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12 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, I92C
I ; -STATE ANDJDABO NEWS"
J 1 Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
ISALT LAKE GETS
f DRAINAGE MEET
1 Next Annual Convention of
;j 'Irrigation Congress to be
Held in January
I SILT LAKE, April 7. The next an
j nltal convention of the Utah Irrigation
I and Drainage congress will bp held in
j S&U Lake in the first week of January,
1 1"?21, according to a decision reached
j ata conference of officers and dlrcct
1 j or?' last evening.
1 &- Kleinsschmlrlt presided in the
J a4cnce of President K. G. Peterson oi
j the- Utah Agricultural collese. presd
I deiu of the congress. There will b a.
J two-day session in 1921, one day being
J cbjiioted to irrigation problems and one
! Vt to drainage. It was also decided
J lfr;jubllsh the proceedings of the nn
j irpal meetings to date, for the years
j I'M 7. IMS and 1H2U. and distribute
J them to all canal companies and oth
.1 era interested. No convention was held
j liU-191'j because of influenza,
j Vi!o finance the congress it was de-
1 'Idcd to ask each county to contribute
I a5jnall amount, depending on the size
) ( the county. In addition to the regu
j Ijor. membership dues. " E. P. Ellison
ogf Laytoir resigned as a director and
' Isnos Bcnnion of Vernal was elected
'j 'niis place.
- V. W. Israelson, in charge of the Ir-
J ligation apd drainage department of
J tli, Utah Agricultural college, who is
1 secretary-treasurer of the congress,
j said last nighf that government irrl-i
1 i giitlon engineers will deliver papers at
I ; ft'q 1921 irrigation congress,
j ;Thc officers decided on a ineinbcr-
I Ulf' drive," Professor lsraeloo:i said,
Uhe payment of 515 making one a life
,1 member, and 51 being the annual j
J membership fee. The money may be. j
.-ent to the secretary-treasurer at the
tftah .Agricultural collese at Logan.
j The payment of a membership fee -en-j
titles one to copies of the proceedings!
uiiUic congress. j
1 VWe expect next year's congress to!
K,iti"Jiass the 192U session, at which Dr.!
i$mucl Portier of the department of I
orrjculturc, irrigation tlivis on, and'
Pfqfcssor Frank dams of the L"nl-
verslty of California, read papers."
J ' 'Those present at last night' meet-
ing included H. S. Kleinschmidl, Saltj
Lake, first vice president; O. V.
I Israelson, Logan, secretary-treasurer
I J L. Pobson, Plain City; C. J. Lilrich,
Salt Lake, Carl Keeler. I'ayson; H. K.
;) 1 .Maxfield. Delta: Ii. D. Voting. Itich-
f;old; J. M. Knighton, Gumuson; IS.
J li.rElllson, Layton: W. J. .Mitchell,
I ' SaJL Lake, and Ephraim Uergeson,
I ft "The object of the congress is to
jjj promote profitable, permanent agri
1 i culture through economical use of ir
i ligation water and consistent drain
? age," said Professor Israelson, "and
j its. scopo is growing constantly."
I DIPPING OF SHEEP '
ii v REMAINS DOUBTFUL!
? SALT LAKE, April 7. Opini n !
minded clown by State Attornc-y D:;n.
1 H. Shields yesterday to the state live-!
stock board leaves In doubt the ques-'
' lion as to whether a compulsory order!
can be enforced for the dipping ufi
sheep. The matter is to be consid
ered again at a meeting today.
At the meeting yesterday the resig
nation of T. L. Davis of Brigham Uiyi
a& brand Inspector for Cox Elder coun-j
tyUvas accepted, and. P. E. Munsee was:
appointed to succeed him. Appoint-1
mest of Dr. David H. Lovelace or Pro
ve as inspector of . brands for, the)
northern part of Utah county was ap !
VThe following appointments sis'
brand inspectors were confirmed: Len
l-ftmtington, Orangeville, Emery coun-j
ty Walter P. Brough, Ne.phi, Juab
eowity; Thomas B. Jones, Spanish
Kpj-k, Utah counly; C. E. Rowan, Coy
ofo, Garfield county; J. Claud Krei,
Santa Clara, Washington county.
The board ordered a letter sent to!
all stockmen by Parley P. Paskett,'
predatory animal inspector, requesting
stock growers to keep a record vt
penis poisoned and the resultant ef
' (eel on losses in live stock, if any.
I CACHE COUNTY WILL
BOND FOR GOOD ROADS
SALT LAKE. April 7. After a
meeting with the state road comniis-i
Kion yesterday, Cache county Is about!
to bond for $730. 00U. This sum to-'
gcther with federal aid of 50 pen
cent of the cost of the roads will
give the county a system of road
ways of which it has long stood in
A delegation from Cache county including-
J. W. Funk, state senator and
fair price commissioner; S. W. Hen
dricks, George E Hcndrlckson, W.
1 S. Hendricks and C. J, Harris of
"Richmond; Rev. Bullcn, George W.
Skldmore, S. H. Blair. Moses Thatch
er and Heed E. Shamb'ert of Logan.
hticI E. Bcrgeson of Cornish, called
on he stale road commission yester
I ARRIVES TO TRANSFER
SAJr LAKE, April 7. P. A. Man
gold, prohibition agent for" the north
1 western department, arrived here to
! day to transfer prohibition enforce
1 ment records from the office of D. C.
' Dunbar, internal revenue collector, 10
the office of Mathonihah Thomas,
' United States prohibition director for
' Utah- The national prohibition law
was enforced by the internal revenue
collectors before the appointment 'if
prohibition directors in .ie various
i states. N. B. Miller, special field pro
1 hibition supervisor, will arrive tomor
row on a tour of the district.
Hearing Brings out Testimony
Ogden Man Furnished
Money by Utah-Idaho
SALT LAKE. April 7. That the!
L'tah-Idaho Sugar company paid
$1160 of the expense of Fred G. Tay
lor of Ogden, now general manager of!
the Amalgamated "Sugar company I
when he was a member of the food
administration during the war, audi
thai .Mr. Taylor was requested to .eo j
Carl Vrooman, asslstnnt secretary of
agriculture, and General Altshlre of!
the war priorities board to lmpre&s
upon them the Heedlessness of the
construction of the SPi'ingvlIle-Majile-'
ton sugar- factory at Sprlngville was j
brought but In testimony yesterday a-t :
the hearing of the complaint of the
federal trade commission against the
two sugar companies, Ernest K. Wool
ley, A. P. Cooper and E. F. Cullen.
Other testimony on the same sub-'
Ject was Introduced in an effort to
show (hat the Utah-Idaho company
endeavored to enlist the acllve aid of
the war priorities board to prevent the
.'hipmenl of steel to Ihe Sprlngville
Mupleton plant, on the grounds that
there was no need for the factory;
that the use of material and labor on
itduring the war-would b'e futile, and!
that it would not add to food produc-1
In regard to the last reason, Mr.
Pyper said that the company has pro
duced sugar. He disclaimed knowl
edge of the correspondence produced
which brought out the other informa
tion. A number of the letters intro
duced were written by Merrill .Xibley,
and were photographic copies of the
Three factories of the Utah-Idaho
company, the Spanish Pork, Payson
and Lehl plants, arc located in the
general vicinity of the Springville
.Mapleton factory. Mr. Beer endeav
ored to bring out that the Utah-Idaho
company fought the construction of
the Springvlllc plant because the com
pany thought U would result In a
dmunuallon of The beet tonnage for
their own factories.
Superintendents' reports were sub
mitted as evidence to show thai the
three factories operated at from CO to
77 per cent of their rated capacities.
. Thomas R. Cutler, former general
manager, now vice president of the
.Utah-Idaho company, followed Mr.
Pyper on the stand. A greater part '
of the questions directed to him were!
concerned with the alleged division of
"territories" between the Utah-Idaho J
and the Amalgamated companies in
various sections of Utah and Idaho. j
In this regard additional document-;
ary evidence in the form of letters I
was introduced. Mr. Cutler estified in I
reg.nrd to the directors meeting of I
.March 15, l'JQU, when the late David
Secies assured the Utah-Idaho com-,
pany thatrhe would not erect a plant '
m Sevier counly if the Utah-Idaho ;
Mr. Cutler frequently slated that,
there was no agreement regarding lor- '
ritorial division between the coni-J
panics, but said thai as general man-
agcr of the company he did not con- ;
aider it his right as a friend to seek to i
operate In the territory a friend had 1
built up and enjoyed. He stated his'
belief that Mr. Eccles felt the same;
way on the 3ubjeet.
The former directing head of the
company said there were some slight
discussions concerning '"neutral" ter-'
ritory in the vicinity of Brigham City, j
EPIDEMIC OF CRIME j
IN U. S. SAYS MORAN
SALT LAICK, April 7. Various I
crimes within the Jurisdiction of the!
United States secret service have be-'
come so prevalent that they have al-
most assumed the proportion of an '
epidemic, according to W. H. Moran, !
thief of the secret service, who wasfl
In Salt Lake yesterday.
Mr. Moran ' predicted no tcrmina-1
tion to the unusual' activities of
criminals but said that the secret
service was taking all possible meas
ures to tighten up on safeguarding
Forged checks have demanded con
siderable atlention'of the department,;
he claims,' the opportunity for forg-!
Ing adn stealing cecks having been j
given by the large number of these j
instruments circulated by the pay- j
ment of war risk Insurance pre-'
inlums, allottments by the war de-j
partment, and checks for the pay-1
ment of income tax. I
Government securities have also
been an aid to crime, he stated. I
Mr. Moran left for "Washington,
D. C, yesterday and was accompanied
by Captain Thomas I. 'Porter of Chi
CANYON CO., IDAHO
i BACKING UP WOOD
POCATELLO. Ida., April 7. Rcpub-
licans of. Canyon counly arc looking to
, General Leonard Wood as the stan
jdard bearer of their party in the na
tional campaign. At the meeting for
the selection of delegates to the state
convention five out of the eight dele
gates chosen are In favor of Wood,
The delegates are R, B. Scalterday
and J. H. Gibson of Caldwell, Harold;
Jenness and Marry Klein of Nampa, G.
C. Painter of Hiddleton, Elmer Mageei
of Deer Flat. Thomas Tarr Wilder and!
C. G. Tucker of Parma. B. M. 'Holt!
will be supported for national comit-j
teeman. J. H. Gibson is chairman of
the ways and means committee for
The famous castle of Edinhurg is
said to have been built by Camclon,
king of the PIcts, 330 ,B C.
I ; ' TOBACCO SALE 0NEHALF PRICE 1
10c bags Prince Albert..., 5 cents
i 10c bagB Our Advertiser 5 cents
50c bags Our Advertiser 25 cento
I ; Union Cigar Store, 25th and Lincoln
1 lr ' '
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I D, F, READY
Plans for State Meet at Price
on May 3 Completed at
SALT LAKE, April 7. The work of
Henry Welch, as chairman of the Utah
State Republican Republican commit-'
tee, was upheld at a meeting held yes
terday afternoon at the Hotel Utah.
The session was held to complete
plans for iho stale convention, to be
held at Price, May 3. A. J. Lee or
I Price 'reported that overy effort wag
being extended by citizens of Price in
I preparation for the convention. A com
jniille of five will be appointed within
a few days to work in connection
with Republicans of Price to complete
details of the convention
The following were present either
as state committeemen or their prox
ies: O. F. McShane, Beaver W. C. Hors
Icy. Brigham City; A. A. Law, and M.
C. Harris, Logan; A. J. Lee, Price;
Christopher Burton. Bountiful; J. P.i
May, Roosevelt; II. AV. Lunt, Cedar
City; M. A. Abbott. Delta; R. II.
Welch. .Morgan: B. II. Robinson. Junc
tion; George E. Marshall, Randolph;
T. A. Callister, Salt Lake; II. S. Jo-
seph. Salt Lake; A. H. Christenson,
Manli; William Archibald, Park City;
Enos Bennion, Vernal; D. T. Lwls,
Spanish Fork; Hugh W. Harvey? He
ber, J. Wilson lmlay, Hurricane; Jo
seph Eckersley. Loa; J. V. Eldridge,
Ogden; T. H. Burton. N'epht.
It cleans out the germs of winter
freshens you up Hollister's Rocky
Mountain IVa, a certain Spring Cleans-;
er Hz-ik. A. R. Mcnlyre Drug Co.
; APPROPRIATION FOR
N. E. A. HELD ILLEGAL
SALT LAKE, April 7. Who is go
ing lo pay for the entertainment
which Salt' Lake City provided the Na
tional Education association Is a qu'es
tion that is causing a great deal of ex
citement in certain quarters of the cap
,itol city. By an opinion handed to ihe
city auditor. H. S. McCann, yesterday
from the olfice of W. II. Folland, city
attorney, ihe sum or ?2,500. appropria
ted by the city, commission for the pur
pose mentioned is illegal
.Money raised by taxation can be
used "for corporate purposes only"
says the city attorney who quotes le
gal authority extensively lo prove his
point. Mr. Foland savs:
"If iho appropriation is intended to
cover hotel bills, entertainment, main
tence of hcadquaners for the conven
tion orrioials. or other similar pur
poses, it is my opinion that such pur
poses are noi corporate, and, to that
extent, the appropriation is unlawful.
UTAH FLYERS ASKED
TO ENTER CLASSIC
SALT LAKE. April 7. A call for
Utah airplane pilots to enter the Del
Monfe air classic to he flown from
San Francisco to Del Monte. April 21,
has been sent out by the Pacific Aero
club in a letter received yesterday by
LaMar Xelson, president of ihe Aero
club nf Utah. Copies or the rules and
regulations governing the race were
the aero club members nt a meeting to
Thi mailer will be placed berore
be held soon. Utah pilots who desire
to enter the race will be given assist
ance by the Utah club. ,
PICTURE MACHINE IN
; BRIGHAM HIGH SCHOOL
DR1G1IAM CITY, April 7. A new
inoving picture machine has been in
' stalled at the Uox Elder high school.
I to bo used in the study of science and
I agriculture. The films will be fur
nished free by the government.
IDAHO LEGION POSTS
REACH GOAL OF 100 j
Pocalello, Ida., April 7. Idaho's'
goal of legion posts has been reached,
stated Adjutant Lc Verne ft. Colicr
this morning. It was the aim of the
lcglonalres to have 100 local posts in
the state before the opening of the I
ytate convention. This wish was rcui-
ized yesterday when Ilcyburn made I
application Saturday for a charier,
becoming the hundredth post.
Your Mother made you take it ev
ery Spring Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea, the reliable Spring Cleans
er fiz-ik. A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co.
TWIN FALLS C. OF C.
FOR "AMERICAN PLAN"
TWIN FALLS. Ida.. April 7. By a
vote of 17S to 10, the Twin Falls
chamber of commerce membership
yesterday endorsed the "American
plan" of labor. Questionnaires mailed
to all members a week aso were can
vassed at a board meeting with Iho
above result. Immediately after the
canvass the board of directors of the
chamber of commerce adopted reso
lutions putting the club on record in
favor of tho plan. Labor unions have
Issued statements that members of the
club will be boycotted.
ALLEGED I. W. W. HELD
BY SALT LAKE POLICE
SALT LAKE, April 7. W. M. Wads
worth, 2S years of age, who claims to
be an Indian witli a ranch in -Kla-homa,
-was taken into custody' lodav
at Second South and Regent streets bv
Detectives Joseph Neve and Frank
Glenn, and is being held for investiga
tion for his alleged distribution in au-j
tomobiles about the city of I, W W.
and radical literature. Two bundles
ot .propaganda were found in his cloth
ing and is said by the officers to hav'e
I been printed in a Butte printing sh;)p.
BERLIN, April 7. A special session
of the national assembly will be held
Saturday. The call for the session
was issued today following a confer
ence between the heads of political
parties and the 'government. i
TOOK DAUGHTER .
Mrs. Uhlemann Was Unable
to Do Housework Gains
"I am one of the healthiest and hap
piest women in the state and 1 owe it
jail to Tanlnc." said Mrs. W. S. Uhle
niunn, a well known woman of Kansas
City, Mo., who lives at 44-16 Scarritt
avenue. Mrs. Uhlemann's husband is
foreman of Jackard's, one of the larg
est jewelry stores or the middle west.
"Several times my neighbors expected
me to die hut I am so changed now
they hardly know mo," continued Mrs
"I suffered from nervous indigestion
a year and for the last three months
was unable to do anything at all and
I had to take my daughter out of school
lo care for me. Even a drink of water
would sour on my stomach and cause
the gas lo press against my nearl until
I could hardly breathe. For days at a
time I would not be able to eat any
thing at all and I roll ort until 1 was
almost skin and bones. I was so weak
and dizzy I sould hardly walk and
when I would have my worst spells of
indigestion the neighbors woald have
to come in and work with nic and I
would just grasp for breath. Nothing
did me any good and 1 knew I could
not stand the attacks much longer.
"One day my husband brought me
some Tanlac but 1 was so bad off I
look four bottles berore I could see ii
Avas doing me much good. 1 have now
taken thirteen bottles and my health
perfectly wonderful. My appetite is
fine and I can eat any tiling; I have
gained thirty-five pounds and feel so
well and strong 1 now do all the work
required to take care of my family
and our six-room home without the
slightest trouble. I want the public
tc know what Tanlac lias done for me.;
for It may help others back lo health
Tanlac Is sold in Ogden by A R. Mc
lntyre Drug Co. Advertisement. 1
WANTED FOR DIAMOND'
I THEFT; SLIPS POLICE;
SALT LAKE April 7. After hav-j
ing been released by teh police for i
lack of sufficient evidence, It be
came known yesterday that Harry
Andrews is wanted in' New York for
grand larceny. He was arrested J
March IS and released March 21.
Andrews was taken into custody
following investigations by the police
which led them to believe that An
drews contemplated robbing jewelry
establishments In Salt Lake. Ho Is
j nationally known as a diamond thief,
I it is staled.
i BRIGHAM DOG FOUND
j TO HAVE HAD RABIES
BRIG II A.M. April 7. That a do.
killed last, week in thiscity was af
flicted with rabies was confirmed last
night in a telephone message from Dr.
T. B. Beattic or Salt Lake, received
bj Health Inspector John M .Burt.
The dog had been used in sheep
'herding and was the property of the
Nichols brothers. When tne animal
was suspected or being rabid, it was
killed and its head' sent to the Unl-
'vcrsity of Utah ror examination.
if Little, benny's
j Q By LEE PAPE
j I '-'as up in the setting room reeling
sorry 1 had lo do my lessins, and pop
was sinoaking and reeding the spoart
ing page, and ma was reeding the mid
dle part out or the paper, and I sed,
G, ma, g03h. pop, I wish I had a dime.
I wish I had a few hundcrd shareo
or Standard Erl stock, sed pop.
I wish I had 50' dollars to spare, sed
Well, G, pop, gosh, .ma, I wunt to
give it to sumbody. I sed. Mecning the
dime, and pop sed, 0, our son is gel
ting to be a fillanthropist in his old
age, who do you wunt to give it to,
Meening the dime, and I sed. Some
man with a lame leg and 2 teeth out,
he serteny looks as it he needed it,
Well now, Willyum, sed ma, I think
its a reel good sine in Benny to start
to feel charitable at his age, and I
lb ink we awt to incurrldge him.
Do you reely think he awt to have
a dime to give to this frond or his
with a lame tooth and 1 legs out?
Now Willyum I hardly think its a
subjeck to Jest about, I reely think
we awt to let him have if, sed ma.
Meening the dime, and pop sed. Well
Thinness Easily Over
f (From "Health and Beauty.")
! Kurther evidence Is being presented al
most dally that a recent compound of
now chemical elements combined In u
tablet with hypophosphltcs Is in reality
proving n blessing to the abnormallv thin
men and women, for It can be demon
strated beyond doubt that a. regular
course of three or four months' treatment
brings an increase in welsht from 10 to
3il pounda. with n decided Improvement
of health and color, too. Kor self ad
ministration the most popular form la to
be found in three prain hypo-nuclane tab
lets, obtainable in .ealcd packages from
t he beat apothecary shops, with full direc
DOCTORS Hfcl jjM
ff 'i : SHORES rSM0RIiSjS
"''lI," Ma,lnStrcetfyfB I
Thirty jcart experience treiluit' Aculc. Chronic '
and Special DUeasei. i
iir Plans For Spring Cleaning-
I I should include fresh new wall paper and clean g H
I redecorating j. H
; I a, i flH
! Then jWve not only renovated y our home but youVe beautified it J, H
III as well in a way that will ive the whole family and all your visi-
I I tors a greater appreciation of home cheerfulness and comfort. ' ijHj
! Wall paper is the "key-nole" of home furnishings and figured papers no mat- jjfH
ter how subdued the color or indistinct the pattern do possess a certain depth and j ifH
sense of coziness not obtainable from any substitute. k NfB
Furthermore, with a suitable wall paper as a background, an opportunity is- l X I
offered Lo add much to the enrichment and comfort of the home by the use of ,JB
well-arranged draperies, and in these days of artistic homes the windows and
doorways should be draped with materials that carry out in color or design the gen- j Hj
Serai tones' of the wall. j HH
We arc much interested in the successful decorating of your home and can H
I render you practical assistance in the selecting of your wall papers and drapery j H
fabrics. The assortment we can offer you is large and varied, and you can trust HQ
I your work to us with the certainty of getting the best to be had for the price you
wish to pay.
j We arc prepared to show rolls of the wall papers and samples of the drapery jjjBl
9 materials and will gladly submit ,an estimate on any decorating you wish done. Ifl
Boyle Furniture Go, M
I Wall Paper and Interior Decorations j j'jKfln
Ogden 2329 Washington Avenue Utah j 'ERf
who is this unfortunate persin, Benny
(iuzzent he werk?
Sir? I sed.
O, theres a sir attntched to it, i."
there? sed pop. I asked you iu cleei
if not clarion tones weather this per
sin with the absent teelh werks.
Yes sir, he werks, yes sir, 1 sed.
Wot docs he werk at? sed pop.
He sells lickits at the movies, I sed,
O, sed ma, the mislery is ixplained,
Not to say uncovered, sed pop, well
as Benjamin Franklin or some frend
of his sed, money saved is money
Meening the dime.
J The young lady across the way says
some believe in the single tax, bul her
father always pays his in four install
jinonts and gets the use of his money
'j DENVER, April G. Thirteen cl-
ing Uener merchants today filed suit'
in United States district court asking,'
I for an injunction to restrain United!
(States District Attorney Harry B. Ted-I
row from presenting lo the federal
'grand jury in session at Pueblo evi-;
denct- gathered by the department of
justice in its anti-profiteering cam
paign I oo
AMERICAN LEGION TO
MEET AT TWIN FALLS
BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. April 7 The
focal post of tho American lcgion nre
!entpd resolutions to the citv comniis-1
-fioiicrs today protesting against a pro- " i BVSj
posed address here by Eamonn do J KKaR
Valcra, president of the "Irish rcpub- i HEf!
tic," on the night of April 11. ) IBHr
Spokesmen for tho legion declared' VB&
the address would be "a disgrace to S&F
every living soldier and a brazen iu- i HSw
suit to every American lad who sleeps IjKSl
Men do not hold women dear who 'IHnP
cheapen themselves. u9eI1
W relieved In Bul
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ALL NEW HATS , I ! B
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great variety of charming hats, fairly scintillating ... ... ! W
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I Worth more and look it. Values up to. $15.00,. - -
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Thursday, Friday, Saturday R Hi
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