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   Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1912, Ogden, Utah                             'LET YOUR WANTS BE KNOWN IN THE EVENING STANDARD WEATHER FORECAST THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THB WEATHED WILL DE UNSETTLED WITH LOCAL SHOWERS .TO. NIGHT on THURSDAY. A FEARLESS, INDEPENDENT, PKOGRESSIVE NEWSPAPER, Yetr- No. I41-Prlee CenU. OGDEN CITY. UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING. IUNE IN OBJECTS TO MT OLO FATHER HOLE BALF-CENT Of LUG Entered a. Steond.cl.ss Matttr at thi foitofflM, Ojden. Utah, [Greatest Havoc Wrought Among Little Fishing Villages Seattle, June of the havoc wroutht along the Alaska pe- ninsula and the adjoining Ulands cj Kodlak. Afognak and Raspberry by tit eruption at Katmal Tolcano. which tnrst forth lait Thursday, are corn- lag In .lowly. The report, re- ceived at Beward. the nearest cable ititlon to ttie scene of the disaster ladlwte that the greatest damage wii done, with.probably great Ion of lifn amons the little fishing Tillages cm tie coast of the peninsula, virtually at the foot of the volcano. No definite newa has been recelv fd from these settlements, which haVe a population of about JOO. mostly na- tlrei, but reports from UyaV. a pros, perous cannery town on the opposite of ShelUtoff .trait, aald that ft was probable that those on the mainland escaped. The news from Uj-ak indl- cited, however, that there waa no loss of life on Kodlak Island, the largest and most populous of (he distressed group. Provisions and Aid Sent. .Every effort Is Wins made to let sld to the stricken Tillages. Captain Kartland W. Berry, commander of the revenue cutter Manning, has been at I.odlak since the eruption began and tu taken personal charge of direct- ing relief. Hit re.se! undoubtedly haved the 11 res of many persons In Kodlak for he ordered all the 500 men women and children In the town to board hla ahlp as soon as the eruption "tan, and since the outburst subsid- ed the officer, and crew of the Man- have devoted all tbelr energy !o assisting the destitute people Calls for relief funds have been sent out bv appointed by the citizens a Cordova and Seward. The govern- raent has been asked to orddr the transport Sheridan, which Is In Alas- Van waters, to proceed at once to Ko- transport Is stocked with provisions, which are sorelv needed In the distressed district. 'ite effect of the eruption on vege- titlon waa Indicated by a mejsase re- re-lied br 8. .V. Snolgress. who has charge of the government ciperlmen. Kodlak. now In Seattle. Jblch said .that there was Imminent dinter of losing all the stock at tho nation of the pollution of tho water supply and the destruction of forage and grain. A supply of grain for the Mock was fhlppe.1 from Bltka yesterday Houses Recked by Shocks. sta, Ga.. Juno farth shocks were felt here, at Col- pfflbla, 8. C, and Savannsh. Oa, early today House, were rocked and the Inhabitants were roughly when their beds swaved were felt, each lasting about fifteen seconds. IJttle damage was and no one was hurt. Here the shocks were felt more dls .r ahout the d" the residence quarter. In the M." ther wrre Ue. There was considerable alarm before 'hocks ceased manv were In rrayer. At Savannah vibrations were Houses there were fwaylng pictures and jpt furniture. A peculiar feature of Quake at Columbia was that per- nV felt the more than those In the open. Puts Poison in Whiskey to Save Family From Abuse Greensburg. Pa.. June ll.-To free h Wm.elJ.and the rest of the family from bis father's repeated f Put poison In his father', whisky and thus caus- ed the latter', death, according to a confession made by the young man here tc-iay. Tho boy formally was charged with murder EXPERT IS tf TER Wl Officer of Cruiser Aids Firemen With Res- cue Work. Bishop Bitterly Opposes Proposed Coinage of Them J, be flam" f.om a building and not only assisted In checking the blate. but Takes Impressions of Finger Prints Left by Murderer. The fire was In a .table, but It to a-rt Mk hl1 oot'r cloth" a-d troped his say among the .mok- out member, of Wagner- wbo were DELIBERATE IN THEFT AND FRAUD Vllllsca, la.. June W Mc- Claughrey Bertlllon eipert of the fed- eral prlsor} at Leavenworth. Kan., who wa. called here to make records of the bloody finger print, left by the mu-- derer of the Moore family and their pests last Sunday night. Is In Omaha In consultation with Chief of Police Donahue. HI. plan Is to conduct, with the aid of a deUII of Omaha detecthes. an Independent and thorough examination of the affair.' McClaughrey Is con- vinced that some one familiar with the Moore family and house committed the murder. He takes little stock In the theories that attempt to link the tragedy with similar crimes in Kan- sas and Colorado. "The man who did that knew the family, their habit, and the arrange- ments of the said McClaugh- "Everything .goes.tg. Indicate that ne first murdered the two Stllllnrer ilrU downstair, and then went up and   said I1! American r-eop'e had liecome a com Riunlty of dwellers In larte elt es: dwellers In cliffs Inirresflhle to the ncighlmr, the Individual I. likely to his from the star.dAr.l of an. not from ihe standard of public ofln- Ion.' After the crowtb of pa ti-rn.illjm. Mr. Shonts said: raiist get lark, and Hie schools must ret liark to fundamentals: to the old fashioned that respert fo.- properly authority Is the pafetuard f.'r the Indlvldujil and state.. must beln arrest further prosrcs. tnuard a form of OVeminent which ha. benevolence r It. aim, hut uhlch can only re- sult In the re-rj.rtu.-vtlon of the. Ins. the and it the c.f thi> stronr, the Lblillnc and the Felf.reliant. "Our fought for freedom rom a de-erotic.monarchy, and their nuM not replaee It ulth he of a ni-'ddlrsomi' state. ct Individual Inltlathe nd will prevent n. C. June IZ.-Mrs Frank Law. ihe American wife of a wealthy Chinese of Poushkeepsle- X 1, arrived }e.terday Iwnd." Havjns married a foreigner, she Is viewed by the Canadian authorities as a Chinese despite her American birth and made the trip acrcss Can- ada as bonded merchandise en route to the Orient. Tie I-awa are accora- paaled by their sit children and an Entllsh maid. Mrs. I aw was refund permission to take a sight-toeing tour about the city on her arrival, although the maid was at liberty to come and FO as she pleased, and the mistress narowly escaped detention In the shed where American Chinese hound to the "re (Mr The I.ms are en route to th-ir Lome In China. TO AID FACTIONS Chicago, J.me K Stone, serjeant-at-arms of the He- nbllran natlaaah convention, will -tv assisted by SiK) men besides having 00 policeman at hi. call. Mr. Stone declared last night that nothlnz IRe stampede among the spectators at east can happen. Among the assistants will be cler- gymen. Ililile ttudenU, lawyers, ers. physicians, Business men ar.d politicians who are alile to wlel 1 sufficient Influence to gain an No questions are atk-d concerning rmtltlcs or social .tandlng. The position Is honorary an.l obtalnoi] by having sufficient influence with Fred W. Uiihanl of the arrangements committee and National Committee- man Frank Louden of Illinois Mr. Stone said that If hi. plans were carried out there would be little dan- Rer of any one being Injured In pedes. will he well foitltled In if trouble." he fald last night. "Tlierr' "111 be someone at hand to stop any trouble that starts. There will many women In the hall and s .brre he a crash of them i Je seriously Injuierl or kl Washington, June dar In congress.. Senate. Met at noon. Agreed to program of thiec-day re- cesses during national convention Refused to reconsider Ms adoption of the conference bill on army ap- propriation. House. Met at 11 a. ni. up sundry civil appropriations Majority Leader Underwood an- nounced bo-jse would take a three- days' only during the national convention. FIVE BILLS PASSED IN ARIZONA I'lioenli. Arii., June till, were parsed by the Arizona assembly yesterday and a drastic pure food bill was flirted throvgh the senate to fi- nal parsate within a few minutes The bills that met favorable action In the house were those providing for the publication of all constitutional amendments; creating the office of state engineer; appropriating M> for Ibe good roads fund a gen- eral t.n levy Mil creating the of- If of assistant secretary of state Thursday has been generally upon as tie day of final adjournment of the extra session. Corn, cents; SB.l'cents Wheat. 10J.SO cent.; SC 3 cents Oat., 5S.S cents: 34.7 cents Barley. 91c; 73.8c. Hye. S6.1c; 77.9c. lluckwheat, 84.8c; 70.1c seed. JJ.05; Potatoes. I19.7c; Hay. 117.74; J13.16 Cotton, lie; ll.Cc. Butler. SI.Sc: 20.3c. Chickens, il.ic; lie Egg., I6.7c; IC.oc. Price, on May 15, 1915. and 1911 respectively, were: Hogs, C.79c; 5.7Jc. Beef cattle, 5.3Cc; 4.5Jc. Veal calves, 6.Z5c; 5.6Sc Sheep. 4.7lc; 4.5lc. Ijmbs, 6.16c: B.74c. Milch cows, J43.C3; Horses, I1I4.JO; J140.S5. Milk, per gallon, 50 Sc Apples, ItS.Sc; 139.Cc. Beans, Sweet potatoes. IIS.Rc; 103.6c, Onions, Clover seed, J5.74. Timothy seed, 17.16; Hops, 57.2c; 20.8c. Honey comb, 13.7c: I3.6c Wool, unwashel. 17.Sc; 14.7c. Peanuts, 4.5c; 4.Sc Cabbage. Ilroom corn, f52.34; tsi.03 Cotton seed. 119.21; J23 S6 llran. J2S.33 Taft Men Rob Roose- velt of Two Cali- fornia Delegates T Chicago. June l2.-Suffraglst. who' will pnwnt the voeea for women' flank to the national cnn. ventl.m deride I nlqht to allL- t hcrr.selves win, natter tbe Taft no Iloo.ieielt (one? Tho plaik. njy, B, presented on the opening ilay of th> convention and Mil he carried by a or imminent suffragists beaded by MU, AdJam, and MI'S S. p. "The Mill be presented Jus as It has been pref.Tiled many time- I'efoi-e." said Miss -There Is nothing stranrc an 1 nothing spe daily fcrniil or It." Jovernment Troops in Pursuit of Cuban Insurgents Santiago, Cuba. June detach- ent of government troops under Ma. r I ollaio today the in nti In a battle near Kl 10 Wall of Water Sweep; Buffalo, Doing Much Damage. Warns Publicity Bureau Regarding Newspaper Reports New York. June Oay. letter to Pnin n of lhe National Publicity Ilureau of Scranton, Pa "The National Publicity Dureau- lou atk me to give an Interview sayl Ing 'what I would say to the readers of 1.000 newspapers.' I would say to hem to be very careful about be. llevlng all they see In the newspa- I'cra. Very truly yours WILLIAM J. (iAY.S'on. .Mayor." TAFTlEODK" TO VETO BILL Sheridan. Wyo.. Jure wal of water from a cloudburst In thi mountains last night swept down Clear creek canyon on to the town o Huffalo. partly wrecking the place and presumably cauilng a number ot deaths. At last accounts the water was entering the second story win lows of the telephone exchange Buffalo has about 2.000 Inhabitants and Is sltcated In the Clear creek can- yon the sides of wblch are steep and nigh. Wblle only a few blocks wide, the town Is mere than a mile long Late last nlzht the telephone oper- ator a: Buffalo called Sheridan and reported a gr.-at wall or water had .wept down the rarrvlns away several brick blocks. Many p e had drowned, the operator said, but no Idea of the number was obtainable. "The water Is now flowing Into this through the fecund story win- dow and-----" and here the wires down and no further communication was possible. An automobile relief party was made up here and started for Buf -k v for Buf- nts deny the rich! of the Taft falo. which Is forty miles Sherl- era to fix a temjorary roll call to tho I .-P dan. Owing- to the. ciancerous m-.i-m- tsln Huffalo probably will r.o! be reached until after daylight; RELIEF FELT IN CUBA. Havana. Cuba. .June dlllonal at counterm.indeil, hm re- eclved here with the HvclloM satis. "ie peril of im- Chlcajo. d, he Ar tona and California case., set or today, and the laulsl.na case. eit on tho list of states, the llepob- an national set Its meet. i for 9 o'clock today with the pro., 'ect of an all day and loaf; nlght.es. The California case, In tlew of tie tatement. made Monday by Former enator Dick, the Taft contest alter- ey, promised to bring the title to IB whole .tale delegation Into nne.- on, owing to an alleged conflict he- ween the California state prlmarr w and the official call of the Re- ubllcan national committee Issued at the meeting held Washington. The national committee', call cd that the vottr. ot each con- essional dittrlct .hould have the Ivllfge of choo.lnj two delegate, reptesent them in the Republican atlonal convention. The California Imary law, although the first re- rns .huwed that the Taft delegate, the lourth congressional district ere elected over tht Roosevelt dele- tes, the .ecrelary of state acted der the .tale primary law and ve all delegate, to Colonel Roose- It because of hi. large majority In J e state. however, the state determined that boundarle. between the and Fifth dls- tilcta were not clearly .enough de- tlned to make possible, aa accurate, count of the Tatt or Roosevelt force. In the l-ourth district. Tbl. change- further complicated the cast a. u waa presented to tht committee today In the Louisiana case...which committee expected to reach late to. day. tbe regularity of the state or- ganization I. directly at Issue. Three delegation, appear from the state-at- large one Instructed for Hoosevelt ami beaded by national committee- man Pearl Wight and two for Taft only one of which tbe committee fee. ognlre. a. "regular." In an attempt to ical the Louisiana spilt after the Re- mbllcan national convention of 1908 he national committee directed a to go to and ry to bring the warring faction, to- gether. Member, of thl. committee which consist, of E. C. Duncan of North Carolina, Ralph Williams of Jrcgon. and Secretary William Hay. ward of New York, prepared to go nto the Louisiana case In the cora- today and testify aa to thj omproralso made In the state last "ebruary. H is clalmej that the fac- ons were brought together then, and Uned an agreement under which Ictor became state chairman. be Lolsel faction sent the recognized aft delegation, while Pearl V.'lghl eaJInp the Roosevelt delegation, alms equal regularity for hli dele- ate.. There are two sets of delegates-at- irge from Arizona, one for Taft and e other for Kooseivlt. the latter the intestine faction. In the state con- after tn? Taft men had or- anlzed the Hoosevelt followers held convention In the same hall and ected a delccation. The contest- its deny tlie rich! of the Taft Isad- LAND FRAUDS EXPOSED Washington, June ment of agilculture ipofe. land lotect thi. p.oiie i fainsi th.ijc swlndii- Secretary Wll.ct, ollectlon of data t.i nent In position in are to I" i gainst  rlo Mcnocal. f The trnnpi ire surgents in .in -HO not dei-m It M 'T ftlrrr' of fjenpra, of ,he LOUISIANA AGAIN SWEPT BY FLOODS Wa.t.inston. June IJ. --The floods In agiln hive become sctlou. necefsltatlt.j another apjeal lo "r AM. t..11 Hie breaking of i of llavou. jl.oil'l.u..i from I.-ba-llvllli. tii'the'cjVu'l'f "f MI-M..I. aiOiit Mneiv miles eover- ilig riery aie Lome- rnce their, n Ines and .1 if DECISION AOVIFSE the I tlirr.ntrr.inv thr- nf m.ir- Just before the. committee ai. fembled It nas said that the Ixjilst- (ana Ko'iseielt delesation would de- i clare that the Fu'j-comrnltlee of the jlOpubllcan national commltteo jieeded Its authority when It went t.i j delegation was elected Min.lrr of ir-'jiilar I Mr. was prepared to as.H-rt tin. committee that the national (commlttce'ii delegation which nent to in K. hruary went there for nf Ri'ttln; early conven- tions ;.n 1 sfiuttlnc nut the i-ossibilitv .if clelee.itlon. The sjx Arizona Taft doleintcs-at- il.irrt.' Hire fcated by a voce vote .Tin- .ire: Hubbell, J. T. II. Freu.lenthal. ert T. .Morrison. K. I.. and J. Senator Ilornh'.  tho KenM'velt dcOecatlon defeated at. tir ,i roll i all luod e, n refused Tor tin. fix T.-.It delegiic.-at-largn fii.m Arirn-i appcarn.1 pimiiel 1. Ic-r. n .ir.d c-h.-M-nti. uf Robert .in alt.Trv; from Prei- rott. an.! James T. Williams. Jr. of Tucson, 'l.irfe. At of the tal.le. Ormj. COMPANY Tlii. t.i a urder U'inc ni; by Judge Il-ick.T a ary Injunction t.hi. il.-fenil.ini company, the. IV Ific Iteelamatloii company. The order restrains the de- fendant storing Ihe w..! and Trom company It rr.ler.-.l i water from the-f .rn ready store.] to tin. c ;i volr. flnr In that It ha. .llTertlric .f HlAhnp in atMnion the th nl- Heird of I'boenlt, cf thet (Continued c.n Seven.) THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF 10, INSTEAD OF 8 PAGES THIS EVENING' WHY? BECAUSE TISEMENTS MUST NOT CROWD OUT THE NEWS   

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