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   Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1912, Ogden, Utah                             f- YOUR WANTS BE KNOWN IN THE' EVENING; STANDARD A FEARLESS; PROGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER. WEATHER FORECAST THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE SNOW TO- NIGHT. EXCEPT GENERALLY 'FAIR IN SOUTHWEST PORTION: COLDER. TOMORROW GENER- ALLY FAIR. Fine Ctnts. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY 20, J9I2 Entered as Second-clan Matter al the Postolfice, Ogdtn, Utah. Children in England Arc Arc Being Fed by Charity Jlcrrb, The distress Indottrlal district! of rutted Klnjcdonvbecaate of the strike. which bat thrown ers and more other workmen of tra. mlojK'at. for ai- ijttnre conttsntli are Teaching ton- Ijo. vblcb aopeari to to the leatt of the cities.' The Earl d Harrovbr. who baa Jutt loured the Mtter district In Staffordshire. In litre for funda, tart thousands of children In the district are belm left ten charitable funda. In this re- alone JO.OOO mlnert are on and the lark of coal tils' ont of work rotters. to ibose number hr added thrci- laais of Reneral farters, nUroad men and barpraen. depeflils upon the cf i> potteries. Tie conditions In the Taller, the great hire of In- stretchlnr from Notllnaham to lerre an eiamrle of tUt ccnilUont elsewhere. Here tf ml of the worSera of all trades irf Idle anil, "as thete men no itrfte par. the families. arp thrown charity. The .mayor of Ilkeflon. tie largest town In the valley. yet- terdST replied fpra to than famlllrt for alj, and In me of the elementary out of IKK tiurlls IW> are being fed by the tenters. Wales fa tunVrinr with Onlr three tlnjilate rajlla worklnt In the whole country. Tte cotton mllla are rioslnr jrad. throughout Lancashire, and the lut cargo of coal has now been tklrted from Newcastle to the south cf Etcland. What railway traffic. ranalBt for tbe last week showa a of receipts amountlnc to Mlfi.'vO In ad ditlon to tS-SOO.Ot" In ;the pretlo'jl nachmin. wai taken to tbr cojntr Jin it unto hi aeiautt of JWW dt-manied by Giem River Jjitlee for hit appearance for ulal at the neit term of district court. Randall Is alkced to bate at- tacked John Carawrtiv the mothri sli on the eTtniag of March's. Randall was Intoxicated at tbe tine. Mrs. Carsmell was unconscious ted Incoherent fur twenty-four after Wtj found and vuuld have died from her Injuries hM tot a cf Jound her tbortly after the attack.' Mrs. CtriweU that ibe wai re- turn Ins to her home a couple of from the Woodslde depot when the was attacked by who left ber ttnroDtVloui. She-was found by her liuslttnd mil neighbors, who had cotfic alarmed at her, prolonged ab Vaterway New York, March Euseblo lie of Panama to Grrmanr, Holland and Belgnlm. wbo Is In New York to- (iaj oa bis to Panama alter aa absence of several In Europe. sars thit all tbe European catlrnt art {tttlnt readr to taVe eien DOS- ilbln rommerrlal advantage of tha Panama ranal. One of tbe last things he brard be- fore aalllac for New. York tbe Ulk of a new Belrfan steamship line, which. It It jirotosM. I'elxlum and Portland. Or, 'via tht .Isthmian .canst "You cannot hare anr Idea." tald Tlr. "of the peat Interest taken In Ibe canal In Eu- "iV7 l.fnund all the na- ttou ".e the ust of th  of r.ew om- above by Mr. surprUindr vide acceptance, buf it In P-rn.ed out that Mr. Ity- are deceptive and would work out In realltv not lesa than two to one. The Post referring to Ihls "Mr. rburchm U attemptlcg lo fold-brick Germanr." CASE FOR SHERLOCK HOLMES Uhl, March deputy from Proro was In today trying to find lire naeka cf alfalfn taken from a room over'the Palac? meat market last Fridij- night. Tbe was worth abont }tO per Mck. It belonged to Nate RocXhlll, and was teint; stored till "I'Mur Tbe theft was discovered by soine c-ne who noticed a fine itrlns of leadint along street The tniggjr In teed wai baulrd away was driven by one horse which had aboes on three feet.' tbe other hoof beJrg bare. Outlaws Now Said to he in a New Stronghold DROP IN WHEAT DUE TO FAVORABLE STRIKE NEWS fhfcaro. March for a settlement of tbe Knglish strike, had a Warith Influence today on wheat, larger from tbe Argentine also counted against the bull >ide. The opening pricen were 1-K to 3-? down. May started at to 1.01 T-f. the same. change from last n'tht at the market tsVen altORfther. A drop to 1.01 3-S (JJ-2 followed, with May clotc at 1.0! Cold weather gave to com, The tendency to adtanro, wan however, ty the of wheat. May oivnnl to ;-R hiithcr at 71 1-1 to 71 C-S and jlelJod to 71671 1-F- Oats showed hut franty of alrorrtlcin. Prices fadi-d under lib- eral offerings. May Marjed nnchanc- rd to a thadp lower at 1-S SS l.S and drained to An advance at the rarriM frovUJnns hishcr. There active huylr.; fn the part of the patkt First ranged frorn to ir.r with July for i-oik; P.77 1-2 for lard 1-2 for ribs. OGOEN WHOLC5ALL PRODUCE (Sfllinp Price.) t'tah. March ll-ittcr Cveamery. utra. la cartonf. creamery 3lc; cooking. lie; ranch roc. Cheese En.'trrn. 17 1-Ic: Utah. 17e; Utsb. 10c: V. A.. Iff. Uaaco. itr case ol CJ Ocien. JTCiO. !tet, I6.7C. Produce. h HIIMI fVm Firm: at mart, cnn dinary firsu. 1.' l-'im I firfK. D r.-.icaco. Marctt C nii strtinF. Keeicf. neerj. w >'u irrs ar.J T rows Lexers. so'.. rf. s'ow, Sbl'H- 7 17 (Ccatlnu'l on Pat.- t water. TO PIECES Women and Children Killed in a Gas Explo- sion in Pennsylvania Scranton. P4., March n gas explosion. cauM-d. It believed, by IT nine persons were killed and two lojtired today In.Dun- more, r.rar here. TWO families, com- piUicp moraen and scveq chll- were either blowq to In ttic c-tplofk'n or burned In the fire that followed and destroyed three The are: MRS. JOHN CAVEU.A AND HKU HVK rillLDREX. Rose, aieil 3; Ihinlnlck. Lucr. 11; Uzilc. It; "0- MUfe VITO SI'MUA. Cavella'a dauchtt-r, an.1 ber two children, Mary, aped 7, anl Frank, I. Thr b'-Jr of Mary Sursma was in (he liratis of a tree fifty ft-et from the of the explosion, a half tour after the ai-rtde-nt. Mnro near the iff re of the were badly dumagftl by the eTccusiloB. the and icores of persons were cat of their beds and braised. During tie- wwli mine set Miners and Operators Cannot Agree on Wages to be Paid Cleveland, Ohio, March dif ference of twenty rents In the ware: sought and that offered confronts i point omferenee of and mine workers today. The mine workers want m ton for coal they get ont while operators meet them w-lth a counter prfposal that tV payment be, only 55 centp. whichns 10 recta less than tV min- ers recefTft under Bgrfcment that expires Marrb 31. t Slity-foar incn, thirty-two open tors and thlrtr-two Tolne I repretentinc tbe e fMda of OMo, Indiana and HUnoU are to the o ference. They caiuei to reach agreement. If potslNej.but both appear not, to yield upon tbe major points InrivlvM. -A long of work' 'April 1. If cot d U reffArded as Announrrment was for tht operators last eteclng aftrr they had conferred that they were tmanlmouily agreed to stand by their demand of a ten-cent redaction. Hills.Ulf, Va.. March to.-Dawn to- day found detectives and rounding and! prrpahnc to I another mountain strong hold la whira j the Carroll roucty court bouse mur- are thought to at hay. nut Ridfe, a of the Itidw Jant miles frnm the home of Kloyd Allen, now Is supioteti tu be tbe bldlrc of the outlawed cljnsnea. Posses, reinforced by ev- ery available nan from gathered todav. Nevx that the Aliens had eMpped out vt tbelr diicorered refuge at fiqnlrrel Spur and reached (heat- cut Hldpe was brought to ItillmU'e Uit night by a mounted rretttncer. nedlstely afterward Detect lie Felts, leader of the gallop- off for Cbfftnut Ridge at the. bead of a band. PHna Allen U raid to been en yesterday afternoon maklnz bis war the trail from Spur and It IP believed that ed the Chestnut Ridge ration wltb the rent of the. men wanted. People here think that If U cot that refuse to Ptdna, wounis him fron IITI- dtrtaklng a journey of length, younger membern of b fore (bin mould made their w, through the bills and started west. ICO GORGE IN MISSISSIPPI Warsaw. March in tbe rltrr cnrzM about a half mile below here but re- ports that the riam had bur ft are untrue. Great masses and cakes are piling up and has rUen three, feet .and six since 3 o'clock. High water mark Is 21 feet 17-foot loel. S-t far darnage ban been ron- flted to finding of the If gorge tiot brrVen and the flocd rontljuei much valuable property nay be destroyed- PORTO RICANS ASK TO BE CITIZENS Xtw VorV, March fOffal FMtfr V. Rrrwn cf for ottalruej official Rources. as to how public doc. uments can rrocured with trouble and at trifling npense. Tbe Idea that most generally, that this clan of literature may be secured through. courtesy of Mem- of la roirect on'y In so slight a that it bad best be corrected. Tliere are liCirlv Pea- afon and ap edition i-ocral thousand roplm, tf diftributej pro rats, glvn1 to only a few rfti'iex B..rne cf tbene the or representative for reference, the few left over cihausted, and those constituents wbo then write for them are neces- sarily dftafpcinted. through nJ nf tbe pnUle man whom they A prceral tinn. the reader who is (nterentej In a publication will ner.e htmtelf best by addreMlog tbe offi- cial known as tbe "Sjptrlnlendent of Itocuments. 'Rovernment Printing Office. Washington. D. who authorlied to have reprinted any goT. for wblrh there Is a demand, and fell saine. at Mit. to all applicants, and remittance can then, as required br author- ising such rales, accompany cider. Wealthy Woman, Ar- rested For Smuggling, Hangs Herself Men Who Planned to Kill Sec. Knox May Be Executed tb Orleans, March remit cf the alleged by fmernmei.t of a 1'lnt to tlings in tht rclehborhood of the Ca- Secretary State Knox hcixs- U.e eauwd alarm. Only j durinp his ivee-nt there, it not IrtproVable several lendlnc "Lib- ji'it In iltath, to received today frnn Thirteen dynamite plirci hent-ath the roadbed Sec- retary Knnx's j-pcriai train Corinto tn Man-icua and i-on- nertfl with an electric battery were a few ago the cellar dropped o-it of a bouse tbe of the street and sacral roiiiers tlimbed to the oa ladlen Ift by the wdmen of tfce hiUFe. O'jnrcfrc >.ay that ft as (rnra a broken ma in, [rrbapt by thr mine FettltLts, found its way inta tr.o cellar nf the liomr. where It e.ithcTtd In nne an t rip'o'lfil when I: rame in rontftft wiifc an   M a? ieurr acalr.ft ibe resigcallon To President Taft to- morrow. then will return to Ms hone In Tenn.. to te- his law practice. Mr. Urown enthusiastically r-j the prcgrefB and prosperity of Porto'Rico, wherr- be has been sta- ilcntd for two "I do n-1 thinV there Is a ?'aie in the union TnJiy where the. fenple tn liarpr the I'oit') means are the pirernrnent they hue." be said. "There It onlr rre cnmnlftira they inaVe the I'nited rovernrnent. and that. I think, IK a Jisst one. They feel hsve a American i That feellnp expressed and fa- j IE the jibtforms of rioth I -Jin country nnrl hoth j rtrHjsevelt Taft I slvine ruf h Tl.Te I no In rf t lonc-ftiTiflinR promises, why j fvrt.i be rlt- j Idem. AVIlhn-it lr, they t< that a I'orto Rican is a man without I a country." New Voifc. March niancha Carson, of Pan who was arrested here for nnuppllnK several thousand dollars' worth of Jewelry her arrival frcci India, ccrnmittifl ride early today by hancinc bcrpelf out of the window of the Hotel Drt'S- tell Tho body ef Mrs. Carbon reen b) a pedestrian, svlnclnf: from a dew on the elihth floor of (he hotel. The clerk wan and the door rf Caroon'a room was forced. A rope, tied to the radiator, pained nut of the Mrdow and at the end danalM the body of tbe woman.. The body still warm. mites were fonnd In the room rue cf which was addrerted to attorney, llarrffon Their contents were not made publle. Mrs. Catfoo here day fore jeMeTrt'y thr pfeamihli Ceorcc Pbe wis anMt- ed en the tf emus atitjn and (raucrlirt., after shn con that fhe had rmLiKgled Jewel rj which the authorities valued On her arrival Mrs. Carson hai dc- clirrd a of but had undervalued ihew. On her fc-r ejaminatiop the brnke down and told of the? larrr amount of MJT had hroucn1 into the country concealed In her ha and In ber baccare. un day, Mrs. Ler hotel. She iifiistrred as Mrf. Hdwln Car fon cf Paris. She was JA year. of ace nn1 maWut a trip aroun- the) world al'ine. il! and Faroe timr after o'clock. a rope from a lars: In her inon ar.d. futrnin one eLd to a ri.'liatnr, t lipped ih1 noosr urcl. and out of the wintiow. The- discovertd at rt o'clock. The second note left lir Mr? Car i-oti V.JR addiesjefil i-t Paul U. ln-i ry. No. West ftiMt. AnpeVs. Cal. in her statement Hi- totns nfficUls jesterUjy fairt: '1 will confers that j.-dfU not the onlj 1 h.vo also a i-alr of Gas Explodes and lakoma'Mine Is On Fire Fort Smith. Ark, Maieh H ared that 8i men were Killed when mine No. of the Uoia Coal iropaoT. at McCurtaln. OUU.. rrckrd today by an cipltjvlon In the .ninth If vol. Fire and noko thus fur have any fertlve tfi-rne One brought out 10 bafi- burned that there Is little hope of ilns altte the other fl A pperial train left here at 11 a. m. arryinc all available div-tom an! and tth nrdem to ptrlt m M-nlre at tbe MrCnrtaln mttio lleports to the rnlnlne rompanir rad'juitteri Indicate a heavy lo'i t lite. RESCUE FORCE CALLED MrAlestrr. Okla, March to.-Mini left here Ihln for Me- Cuttaln. No Intimation wa  boijrs Ti'i? wit'j'n !fe-< thifl fl'.r feet cl tbe atrl h arc al :til "l.f o 1 the .1 .11 t-zntt. fn ill ro 1 M'.r.-: Tt and is i her na- (wt -1, here n Of ftet fnn- 1 Tf-en ii will H t KOW TO OB. '.is a car-1 San Kran r! In ni until il." r Hrotber." leader, nn 1 Jl wealthy. I' Ute Ili the city. calth PROVIDES FCR NEW GOVERNOR or FOR A LIFE SAVER M ar.rnt arre.-i rail A t'rim f rp.irt.Tmt t.J fr .I J i rj r ATTRACTION Sure01 AN EVENING WITH'SHAKESPEARE lV m? A At IIlC OGDENfABERNACLE, Prof. T. AUCyUStSnC DWyer, m. A. 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