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Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1912, Ogden, Utah LET.VOURrWANTS-BE KNOWN'IN'THE EVENING STANDARD A FEARLESS, INDEPENDENT; I'ROGiiEssiVE NEWSPAPER. ..WEATHER FORECAST THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER WILL BE FAIR TO- NIGHT WITH CONTINUED COLD AND FROST: TUESDAY, FAIR. Fl Cents. OGDEN CITY, UTAH. MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 1. 1912 Enured >i sieend-ellss Mittlr it the Poitolflct. Ojden, Utah. Coal Miners Quit and Other Operations Likely to Suspend MANY NOTED MEN ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF CONGRESSMAN H. H. BINGHAM, KNOWN AS THE "FATHER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES" Daring A 11cmpt at Burglary in Crowded NewYork s York, April ol tbou- New York, April Dyer, miners are but of work In ticket aient In the Siith avenue rail- "5 road station at Cortlandt street, la central coaapeutire, field heart of the downtown financial i ii lltnrnlnoiii portion ot the In- district, was thot In the face and bad- orrlclallr the movement U [ly woucded late lait niibt by a youth windo1 eft between men and to cone In and help himself, ban- Jrtovers within the next tea days.v pushed a revolver throusb m win- men are more, appreben- dow ani fired two shots, one bullet Tie union men are to take, m refer hallot at once ai to whether tif modified terms for a new wsce. ipreement are to be accepted, ani Is a general feellnc that the result of the ballot will be to return n fpon outcome cf the votins in tfce competltlie I rctnprisruK Pennsyltinla, Ohio, ti'jiii and depend alto the tasli for new scales In other cf the country where pres- et agreements do not expire until The man aild he m-aa Frank 18 years old. ot Albany. X. T, and with no address in this citr. Dwycr will tecorer. WHEAT UP. __ _____. Thlcsro. April to sell 1 or later. Southern and wheat pouted in today and caused it Mem mines and comparatively few a sharp break. Stop-loss unloading in the Kockj- Mountain Hates arc af- was ft feature, with Ihe, only l.ftt-1 by this status of bujcrs. Hie rt-ceti'ts northwest and Virginia and Kentucky bitum- seasonable weather In Texas and Ok- T.nis flelji will not be sreatly at- lahoma led Fpec-jlators to knore an fectfd unless the present "mspeo- jadvance at UTcrpnuI. due to deereas- Men" becomes a strike, Noiynn.on Ing .stocks, world's ship- lar-or predominates In mines taents were In eitess of eipectallons the men. In similar situations In and_ ham it froinjndla it? Indau-try harp shown a dUpott- tjcn to continue at worl. Many Miners Affetttg. Approilmately W.WO men are dl- imlr affected today and some more, scattered through Inn eoal districts cf the country are watching acalnst toe bull side. The was J S lower to 1-S up. May started at l.OZ 3-B to 1.02 i.s, Tr.rylni from 1-8 to a like adranee. dropped to 1 01, and reacted to i.ni Efforts to reallie profits were In the eom crowd that the tie oticwne of the Ita nirkft rouM the pres- lo-slWe effect upon Ihelr nun waics lure.. May opened to 3-S Metier pcd wo.klnf conditions. It prorg.l.ly 71 In 75 to ,1 .ml Mil best thirty dayaMore all ______ will have resumed, If the refer- tnlurn votes and oinlerrnces 1 favorably and the last ten days of that j rrind Eity present a problem as to r-i.-i Fupj'ly to Industries of all char- acter. Settlement Cuoeeted Soon. April fna] rreratnrs believe the suspension cf In the hard coal region. Into effect will not IOTJR and the meeting iVjhia April result In a basis c; FFttlecient. This belk'f Is trie operators by the tart that there bare been no trarrs of bit- tcrness shown on cither what proposition miners of cats f honed to secure The prcvailinc Idra was that thr wet weather afford? 1 ovprrx an advantjite. which shouli I made ths meet of. May Marted rUteentti fairhrr at !iS, tumbled .1 snd recmrred to 51 ElRht fnr the price In n proilnlon iij.ward, but of era In actrri as a drajr were at 2 1-1 to 17 1-2 with July op- J17.SA to for pork. COPPERS STRONG. New York. April resumption 4. rf srtlvity In the strenrth. .IIIM fthat proposition miners ,he on Mork ai 1 ribmtt. has not heen h'lt I Amalparaale-i curators think thr (hlef point. f at prireR of the r.! recotnltion nf the wrlon. of the operators are in ftvcr cf -be jn tho era. an Increase while brtcH rtah. Anaconda anl Trnnessee r.- railroad Is said to opptwe an n- j an Of which were 1 to 3 rrwe, rlaimlog that It wonlJ a win of vt Its narpin of profit. cin gmeltlnt. St. Paul was ronsplcu- It IB reported today several OUJl, while American fiucar companies had j .trial srranKements their rr.pn itnnda were steady. ,i mnlln'ie mining tnat this i moTorarnt wan rnmrwhit miie; fold to c'Jnsumrrs at In- j in nrtt hour> rf rr.ifin Va .reaped cost. 'rifle affective ItradinR. Certain othe I railway notably N'orthrrn 1'a Indiana Mines Deserted. clflc. were strong, hut tho tnn tax. tie bHn.Tiinius coal miiifi of. are today and they remain Idle until the twenty iva isan-i miners rrcfive notice that il" rontract aerecJ to in i.rl been ratlliel hy a "aho.e 1th flrinne.-s in and Mir.frs' nfflcUl _... KVu-nth of the] V.vi Mine Workers of America. l tmdf; H. Hall, ferKfiint-ttarnis of common fOTinril; Stale Senator Kdwln II. Vare. former Mavr Roy hum. KUKPRV Har- vey, CVlurel John P. Ntrholpon of ino Ixiyal Lpelnn, I.imin (llltert. Pam- uel Wrar, Dr. Waller Mrriunc, Jnnn H. Pariionii. William M. Bunn llmry J. Yohc. HILL 8PIIS OOT ro.it ouit ap New York. printed i-pnt broadcast ahoiit the nnaiul.ll district today makes tbe fol- lowin; reeardins: the plans of it.f -International Alnhlii rnr'pany." has purcbawd a larpe I'l-'i on Hroadway, rn which it at once hulM a rrtn- crncretp building of onf- I ;m- I died nhicli will be I.Ho feet j y.nui ynjm in heiclit. with a fnr a ty. airship station, will ttvire The Wat as hUh aa any building now in tlie w.sMnston April i.-Thf .nti- Former Offdcnitc Lifts of irl imfirM I Inlay by tho I'nitcil States. rf tho the l.ppuMir Oil company of from the ftjtp ard lining under ti' n in a an1! New His Voice lo Passion- ate Fury Not a Train Moving on Union Paciifc in or Out of Nebraska New York, April court f, which ta.e niurrd prnminently In the ot the pre-convention tldenU.vl compaiju, art- attacked i'y Major In an article led in the current tuue of a law icazlne. Bench and liar. I to the courts of thlt country stand la tbe way of social and economic pi T" Is tie question assed by major, who for manjr fears, be his election u major, was i juctlce. of tbe supremo court Ills answer Is -Yes. ther du and have so for a long time. Bui this Is nothing new. In all ates and everywhere, the courts ha-e t nf this track the west. The Governor in the Air. I Incoln. Apill l.-Over a ladder forroej by tirs rails only of fthat had a railroad bridre tt Bouth llen-J. (tuvernor Al- drlch made his after bating marooned by tbr hlfli Balers for more than 21 hums, I'cr teverity fret the xubctructure of tbe had leen entirely washed awiy bv thr hich v.atm and the rails bunc from the fo nf tho j brUtee, the wooden tin held onlr '.T t.'lker., I The tovernor, had bren on tUlt to the etate flfherleii. made thfl perflo'js tlip !n orrtfr to reach Lin- coln l-y tolay. of Devastation. Cairo. 111., April from MUtmiri. Kentucky and Illinois arrlrpj ifre trxlay talca of devantaticn I'j the tilth wtter vt the Ohio ani The ca-ize uttKKl at il.R fret. reroiil. A MK forre nf rnen are roliinc the .lev-eft and thoiiMndt of arc rrndy fnr life if the rlr- rs besfn to wraVen the AH rf thp and fartorv- nation of IllrVman. KT.. fliwidM tbr water l-epan to xn over the top ot Ibe letee, The Iron Mountain track between Cairo and It water and art being detoured n.er Mobile Ohio the Cairo dlttrlct outFHe nf that protert- ed by the local l s Is en IT BIG COFFEE MAN DIES INTESTATE dsyn aftfr In prtKccJln if Standard Oil r j KepuMlc Oil '.York corporal ion, I'ierrr (Ml ctinp..! 1 firat ron! in uni'sny nf Indiana. company, a New and the Wsters- a cf-r- rt.arjifil w ith hatlr.' irtrul the prices anl 10 "Mili- n, MI-- (O'lft found them p-nl- operators nf creamery firsts, 3lc; :0c. 17 l-Te; t'taX T: Vtah, mlM. UT. case of CO Na Strike TIM May 1. Kansas City. Mo. April Pi nay he the final :itrnmr of niaik. rail of the ma l minors siil ll'al t'.rs of thf to on -1 Dr the enniiiis S-4; lirfore Ma) I. This In in ivc aciccmrnt of jrars .IKO, n; of tutU the j ar..l miners tc.dar that H ir.ar t-feted. j Tl..- autrlcts In this lerrltcry j4, 21, and Texas 1 Kansas. K'I tlio miner.'' airl ca '.itors meet here 4.2 in trnfer In t at the L'lt ti> i MI 11 "f crnenl thn mln- he tn-ir.d by thr ilctrands "f T.'' Iowa Miners Quit. Moines, Amll WcrX e In t3 Dutlcr and fast, rhicaen, April 1 at lin-.ry 1- I1' -The rnof of this etructure will ficluJively fnr a Undies sti- t.on for thr alrfhipi. which direct Ixinlnr., the council Ice Ici-c 1 to the (dnirany the rcuf t their on tbe Tlnme.1, houfe of 1 "Tiic trip will be made in Abo u T.6 'The Is bflnc f.r.arc- di here by tbe raoney truH. In T'dlon witli the Hank of Knzl.mi." Trio peculiar name of the Mr. Hyt- nti.l the h of the nnr.O'iiu .-IIH lit 1. in f'ft Of vim ei tl.-' t-> n-frard thn ot the fmnncisl cf ,in- -rirr.e Oil comj.sn; w a Mi-so'iri ami th- n-t a d.tj P. us charter wn. be forfeited it company dl.! a I.rn-. The Tne was pa o.iu thf Stan.iird and Ilepub wore In t o irt. April I .lohn Uin. ol New of the Internal tonal IVa< e Furum, availed t! r for the recall nf julsei In a rlnirt h Lift clpht at South Thlraico. "Tt.ou r.t.alt wrrft Jiment." quoted Dr. Hill, and then he opc-nrd I inc.. 1 he jaitl, "cnils rratit fine, flirr's it t FIXING THE BLAME Tin. k III. Ajuil l. -Tho Tf.rt nf lh- Jury ftxi.n; ti l.lan.i- nf Tiltdlujr nUhfa tst.ll rl ii IIH With ihr tnillti.i still iii Hi tut HUM Tl.t in II..- List IIIVIT-S ttic a.-.ill 1-i-t on a >trancfr rv.i-t.ikin fnr if Tl.., i ip I I I ir. is.1 In c. nti irtlrle not rMfnt 1 nt enter- i C A F, ii. POLE n l tin anl ;i i- r.ot to Inj-ut! tell ..f for m.iny L UPHELD. l The anll- ti uidieM ot the approved "u'tnr the Indiana anil inv (.f New ni th HiiJjrciOlt ha.lne i.al ir.ac tilnUts' union. et-ly cf n l.v of tl.e textile at the head of IhU ri- i.'i! the lar Sn and w fane of In- K' bv I el I tli- m.il STONECUTTERS MAY STRIKE. In Inc lr. trrs. CIGAR LO n Hi- M. him it i NVw Afrll P( John riinj hirn tits about up hope, nf HndtnK ft an.1 It vtnr trlieTrd Ihit dif-il InlffUfr. It at ihtn N'n t.> Inherit It. and Mm. Ar- hmklr dkd frars V.rt Jumict-on nn4 ArbufUIe. arr thu nrarest relitlrri. William ArNurkle. Jamirwin, a nephrw, rimlcs" AiMrkle. limthrr of John Vlr. in of tta j Itijn incus rf ArbncVIrt ral jrarn ac He and Ihe rrl- and N'. Dvlirnun, prin- cipal attorney for Jnhn i roef to ritttburs to attrml Inlprmrr.t AN ALLIGATOR MUZZLING LAW San Francisco, April rinatlona of a allicatnr a loan r.f Mill Val-, F> to consider the rfi ust-inR an al'.irafor nunhnc orril., r.ar.ce. Mr. P. I.. cf thlt town lias an alllcatcr tl.rtt !s wtth wanderlcs: ar.J rath time the animal. Jonrnejs from its women ar, I children in thf ti o.l I eccrr.9 Rrtatlv acisa'ei tl.ar. to 1- fri.r.nl.X the c-f calU'.l that (f an iiiu-1.! h-1 Pr. t c-i! tn :r. lliitir- l.i- On t..T Ii. nf OUTLAWS TRAIL irar ST- .-'I
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