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6 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920
I! STINE'S WIFE
j GIVEPLDSVORGE
List of Alleged Cruelties Re
counted by Attorney's Wife
: In District Court
On March 1, last, Judge A. W. Agcc
i rigaed n decroc of divorce, which be
comes final after that date in the caao
i of Gonovieve Stinc vs. David L. Stinc,
; attorney of Ogdon.
In the complaint which substantial-
ly became the rindlnpa of fact, the
f vkKe made assertion that she had no
i means wherewith to prosecuto the ac
' tion, or pay the attorney's fees and
that her husband's present income
i was about $5000 a year and in a short
) time would mount to between ?10.00U
and 15,000 per year; that she had to
! submit for years to cruel Inhuman
treatment causing her great bodily
! harm, and great mental distress, and
! that particularly on Sunday. Novem
ber 10 3017 "he grabbed her around
' the throat choking her. and throwing
i h.er upon tho floor." She contends that
i drfendant-was guilty of a mean vindlc
the temper, and that he expressed
: himself in a mean and contemptuous
manner, and that he constantly nagged
her in contemptuous fashion and that
for one year before the commencement
of the suit for divorce he wilfully.
?nd without cause, refused to live with
her and their one child, a son aged 10.
In reply to requests of the wife that
he make' his home with her and the
" boy. he said he did not care for her
aVd thnt ho did not intend to live with
her any longer, and that he threatened
tc bea"t, strike and choke her if she
made any complaint to any of his
' frimds or made those assertions in
i rn,. suit for divorce against him.
Tn a wife asked for attorney's fees
rnd the costs of the action and J10U
prr month and the continual ion of an
j cgrcement already entered into by the
pair, which assures her all the house
!, noid Koods, ?100 per month. ?300 cash
ntl a further additional ?300 to be
oaid in twelve installments of $25 each
5100 of which is to be withheld until
-uch time as the wife and child reach
he state of Minnesota.
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I Anyone can make good bis
cuits if they use Holley's Self
Rising Flour. Sold by all lead
ing grocers.
(PRISON CHIEF'S
I REGORDSGORED
A General Harts Is "Treated
5 Rough" By Congressmen
At Probe of Cruelty to
Prisoners
II ( "WASHINGTON, April 6. Disciaim
i responsibility for prison bruitallty al
.1 leged to have occurred in the Paris
t district while under his jurisdiction,
V, Hig Gen. W. W. Harts, former com
'jr mander of American troops in tho
j) French capital, declared today before
I a house war investigating comlmttee
tbaht he was entirely satisfied with
bis record at. that post.
Gen. Harts said that while no cases
showing the military police had used
"strong arm" methodB on making ar
100 cases of bruitallty were report
ed among the ten thousand arreBta
made during the four months period
he was in command.
Chairman Johnson of the committee,
expressed the opinion that the com
inilteec oould be filled with soldiers
anxious to testify to specific brutal-j
ities. Gen. March, chief of staff, and
other high army offioers, the chair
man said, had admitted there was j
basis for the charges now before tho I
committee,
the alleged conditions had existed he
did not know of them, Mr. Johnson
replied:
"That.'s just it, if you didn't know,
you ought to have known, and if you
tiions, you were derelict to your duty"
Gen. Harts said he had no defense
to make of his administration of the
Paris district.
"I am proud of ray administration,"
tit said. "Everything done by mo in
Paris was creditable,"
"You are the first man to admit
that," Mr. "Bland replied.
"My superior officers have compli
mented me," Harts retoroted.
"We'll sec about that later," Bland
returned.
, The witness denied he was directly
responsible for alleged, irregularities,
a claiming that the responsibility rest-
e on junlon officers. "
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a more and get the best. All
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I SITUATION GRAVE !'
IN PALESTINE, REPORT
!. LONDON. April 6. There are grave
i rumors current in Cairo regarding t fie
situation in Palestine says a dispatch
to the Exchange Telegraph from the
' Egyptian capital.
! Tho dispatch asserts thai all per
' .nits to Palestine have been stopped
and that the troops are being recalled
o their stations on tho western bank
Df the Suez canal. No letters are ar
i riving from Palestine.
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Anyone can make good bis- j
1 cuits if they use Holley's Self-
Rising Flour. Sold by all lead-
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CONFERENCE SUSTAINS
CHURCH OFFICIALS
H,' SALE LAKE CITY, April G. With-
vit a dlHsenting voice all the general
Hj minorities of tho Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)
fl j1 vet o "proposed and sustained" as. the
Hlr final act of the ninetieth semiannual
B-v three-day conference of the church,
Vvv which camo to a close here tonight.
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BABY BUGGIES
BLDCKTHAFF1G
Excited Tenants Go To Court
Seeking Relief from Rent
Profiteers of City
NEW YORK, April 7. Baby bugg.ct,
today blocked traffic in front of a
Brooklyn court house, so great was
the throng of evicted tenants seeking
te-lief undor new laws designed to curb
profiteering in rent.
Whole families went to court, the
babies being left outside. When the
parents emerged, having obtained time
to hunt other apartments, their Joy
was not unmixed with concern at the
task of sorting out their children,
many of whom had exchanged car
riages by crawling from one to the
olhcr.
Most of the landlords agreed to post
pone evictions until July.
In Manhattan court more than 100
men, women and children engaged In
an enthusiastic demonstration when
the first of 150 rent complainnnts was
jgiicn a six months' stay of eviction
I Tenants whose cases were awaiting
hearing applauded Justice Prince and
shouted their approval. Some stood on
bi-nches and waved their hats in Joy.
Every tenant found his appeal to
jthc court successful, the landlords be
ling ordered to postpone evictions from
Ione to six months .
A street car conductor who was In
court with Ills wife five children and
I had already been allowed three
(months to find a home, was given an
I additional month. He offered his
landlord a month's rent but Justice
j Prince told him to keep his money.
jHUNDRED TONS
! OF T. N. T. COMING
FOR ROAD WORK
Jlociuisiilmi for 1100.000 pounds
of TNT for Iho road construction
program In this territory this
sprint waM made today on thf u;u
department by the bureau of pub
j Hi: roads' office in the Col. llud
I .-on buildinp:. The supplies of hiprh
j explosive originally manufactured
for war uhc and stored at San
I I'rancisco have been exhausted.
I according to word from the depot
j commander, by the demands of
the federal government and road
j commissions of western states. An
i order for a shipment of IdasllnK
powder has been cancelled by the
I war department, Indicating that
tho surplus loft at tho armistice
j Ij rabidly diPHppcarln?:.
The hundred tons of TNT ia ex
pected In the near future from
I Fort VCingate. N M.
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! Good Roads Bureau
To Get New Trucks
Twit llpht aviation trucks, ma
chines built to carry an observation
balloon and accompanying outfit on
the battle front, have been ordered
shipped from Now Jersey to tho U." S.
bureau of public roads' office In Og
den for roadbulldlng use in this ter
ritory. Yvord to this effect was re
ceived today by . J. Finch, district en
gineer. The trucks are equipped with
large pneumatic tlrea and large sheet
steel bodies, and were designed to car
ry a crew of six men with the balloon
and basket. Tho bodies will, bo taken
r ' . . rn.i .. t v-'-'o Pn-P- A r-
row trucks already sent by the war
ut the depot herc.
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Commoner Here on
Return to Nebraska
William Jcnninps Bryan. Demo
cratic leader, visited in Ogdcn for a
short time yesterday. He departed
at S:30 on Union Pacific train No. 6
for Nobraska, whero he will devote his
energy to tho Democratic campaign
in that state.
Mr. Bryan was visited by friends at
the depot.
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HILGENBERG TAKES
BOWLING RECORD
PEORIA, Ills.,' April 6. Hilgenberg,
of Kaukauna, Wis., with a score of 68S
i cached sixth place in the individuals
standings at the American Bowling
congress here today.
n. Stoll, and E. Moore of Detroit, led
in the two-men events play with a
1231 It landed them among the high
fifteen teams.
L. Mcrtz, of Fond du Lac, Wits,, shot
the high single game of the tourna
ment today when ho counted 298, It
gave him a total of 644 in the individ
'uals. i .
I Last Times Today were you ever I
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H "TllC MVSterV Of Made to suffer because someone jumped at cop 1
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jFHENGH ASKING '
j ilLSiflll
Occupation of Cities Beyond
; the Rhine in Neutral Zone
United States
WASHINGTON. April 7. (ijy the
AspoclaU'd Press.) The Trench gov-'
eminent, through Ambassador Jus
MM'Aiul. ha.j asked for an oxpressiou of
opinion by President Wilson as to the
French occupation of cities in the
neutral stone beyond the Rhine-
It was learned today that the
French ambasulor presented n ta le
nient of the French position to Seerc-.
tary Cojby yesterday, and asked that
It bo communicated to the president.'
Presumably this was tho commiinlca-1
tion referred to in recent pres.1? dis
patches from Paris as having been!
fent to the lJritish, American and Ital-I
j lan governments. j
I At the state department today It1
was said that the United States had I
made no statement with regard to the
advance of the French forces, and that
it was unlikely that any would be
made for the present at least. Tho
position of the American government'
was described as that of merely an In-1
(crested spectator.
Officials said Great IJritain and
Italy had taken the ."-siniu view as the
United States; that there was no ob-i
Jectlon to the movement of Gcrniun j
troops Into the Ruhr district, to quell
disturbances thorn provided thoy wore
withdrawn ns poon as normal condi
tions had been restored. '
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Poisoned Sweets Sent '
to Bela Kun as a Gift
VIENNA, April 7 An attempt has
been made to poison Bela Kun. former
dictator of Hungary, and other com
munists interned at Steinhod. Tho poi
son was concealed in a gift of Easter
swootmeals, Kun and all others were
made ill, but are recovering.
The gift has been traced to throo
Hungarians, one oT whom has been ar-rcctod.
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Arbor Day Circulars
; Sent School Boards
Three thousand Arbor day circu
lars will be sent to Intermountaln
schools from tho local forest service
offices, according to Information re
relvpd today from J. K. Scott, na
tional forest examiner.
The circulars have been prepared
by L. C. Kverard of the Washington'
office and afc being mailed from
the local headquarters today.
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DALRYMPLE SAYS HE
WILL FILL THE JAILS
CHICAGO, April 6. Major A. V.
Dalrymplc, central states' prohibition
missioner of Iron river "whiskey rebel lion"
fame, declared in a speech be
fore the Electric club today that he
had two "enemies to fight the liquor
Interests and the newspapers." 1
"These are our two great domestic1
enemies," he said. 1
He announced he "was going to fill,
the jails with doctors an.d tljuc'sts
"until their feet slick out tho windows"
His men are arresting physicians and
druggists at the rate' of fifteen or twen
ty a day for violating the liquor laws,
ho said.
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Wise men always do a little hustling
on their own account while waiting
for good luck to come and pay them a
visit.
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