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l THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY,, JUNE 4, 1920. m WWW
I STATE AND JDAHO NEWS
M' Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
I HNS CALLED
U. S. District Attorney Sum
moned for Conference
SALT IjAKE, .Tune 4. Isaac Blair
Evan. Unilod States district attorney,
has been suddenly summoned to
Washington for a confere.nco with At
torney General A. Mitchell Palmer,
according to an announcement made
j cstprday , , ,, .
-The reason for his sudden call to
AVashlnston to meet with his chief
was not made known by Mr. kvnns
bKoro he boarded his train. However,
It Is freely whispered in tho corridors
of tho federal building- that the re-oc-nt
starting of the prosecution
against the Utah-'ldaho Smear com
any is the reason for the visit.
It was generally believed anions:
federal employes, however, that Mr.
Evans had been ordered to the na
tional capital to give his chief first
hand Information on prosecutions
which have been started in the past
Stephen H. Love, sales manager of
the Utah-Idaho Sugar company, an
nounced Wednesday that he was .go
ing east in the interest of shippers of
tho intermountain 'country, and with
H. W. Prlckott, manager of the traffic!
service bureai if Utah, would appear:
before the interstate commerce com
mission at Washington- Whether he
was aware of a meeting in the na
tional capital in which the local sugar
situation would be discussed is not
In view of the enforced absence of j
Mr. Evans from the state, the prcliml-j
nary hearing of Merrill Xtbley, vice i
president and assistant general man-1
ager of the UtaJi-Idaho Sugar com
pany, scheduled for today before Hen
ry V. Van Pelt, United States commis
sioner, will be continued until after
the return of Mr. Evans.
General Sales Manager S. 13. Love
of tho Utah-Idaho Sugar company, be-
fore leaving -for Washington yester
day, called attention to .1 dispatch
from Twin Palls, Ida., stating that
j sugar Tiad made the record jump of j
the season there, by going from 17'j
to 3 0 cents at a single bound. j
1 "This Is n. complete corroboration'
' of what E said at the Commercial
club," said Mr. Love. "The Amalga-,
mated has sold all its sugar and with
the homo supply gone, the obvious;
I I thing happens. Sugar is likely to go j
h to a still higher figure if the supply!
' Here is exhausted before the new crop
1 1 comes In." 1
IBRIGHAM CLUB HEARS
REPORT OF OFFICERS!
BRIGHAM CITY, .lune A. The'
Chic Improvement 'club held its rejru-1
lar meeting Thursday o-t which Mrs.!
E" M. Tyson, Mrs. G. At. Fisher, Mrs.!
Ezra Waddoups, Mrs. K. H. Dorcmu.s 1
and Airs, Clifton Pierce were elected
Mrs. E. W. Dunn reported on the I
results of the vaudeville and pictured
' show. Airs. R. L. Harmon on the pop
corn sale, and Mrs. Xels Jenson on!
the merchants' luncheon. 1
Shirley Horsley gave a lecture on i
the history of painting and the selec- j
tion of pictures for thehome. j
Ed Larson, accompanied by Vera.
Preston, gave two violin solos.
Mrs. W. A. Call reported arrange- j
ments for the June tea, to be lipid at
tho Commercial club June 9. !
I REPUBLICAN DELEGATES i
: ELECTED AT COALVILLE:
1 PARK CITY, June 4. Republican!
j primaries were held in Park City ;
j Tuesday night to elect delegates to!
attend the county convention at Coal-
ville. Thirteen delegates to the dis
trjet judicial convention, to be held 1
I at Salt Lake June 5, were selected at
1 E. Johnson was chairman and
L. B. Wright secretary. Delegates se
lected arc; W. S. Horan. w. D. Sut
tfcn. A. P. Ridges, L. D. Wright. J. E.
Johnson. George W, O'Niell.-S. L. Rad
dbn, Jerome Paxton. Airs. J. E. John
son. C. C. Wentworlh, Andrew Peter
son and P. F. Ryan.
Ii GIVEN" LONG SE3iTE!CCJ3.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho,. June 3. H. j
F. Ramseyer of Filer, convicted of
,, I killing J. R. Abel, a farmer neighbor,
1 was sentenced today to serve from
j, len to twenty years In the state peni-
' J lentiary. Notice of motion for a new
j trial has been filed.
II , , SATjAKIKS increased. ,
TWIN FALLS, Idaho, June 3. Sal-I
aries xf firemen here were last night j
rained $15 each by the city council.
V The new schedule, effective today,
follows: Chief, 15j: engineers, $135;
4 hosemcn, 5125.
I NEW FARM AGENT. j
TWIN FALLS, Idaho, June 3. Ex-1
eCutives of the Twin Falls County'
Farm bureau today announced the se
lection of H. E. Powers of Aleridian
' as county agent to succeed L. W. Cole
I j man, resigned.
Osxffctlui a dainty or$ -f V
Tea is a royal drink
I fragrant, charming, full of
Hm cheer, and invigorating.
And yet, next to water,
it is true cheapest of all
.beverages. . .
" One-third of a cent for a
cup of delightful Schilling
Tea; and your grocer pays
yiour money back if you
A: Schilling sf Company '
H Sah' Francisco T '
Salt Laker Home After Har
rowing Experience in War
and German Hospital
SALT LAKE. June A. Corporal W.
C. Rhodln. G company 262th infantry,
Ninety-first division, though officially
reported as killed in tho Argonnc ror
cst oh September 29th, 101S, has re
turned to his wife, at 6$7 East Third
South street, after experiences that
writers of fiction would have dlrti
culty in Imagining.
Rhodln said that it was on Septem
ber 29lh that he "got his."
' Instead of the. barrage which we
expected, only a few shells went over
and then we were ordered to ad
vance." He tells of seeing his
major. "Galling Gun" Parker, hurled
many feet In the air. to bo found near
ly burled beneath a heap of dirt fol
lowing tho explosion. He cut Park
er's compass loose and went on. An
exploding gas shell Incapacitated him,
paralyzing his legs for forty days.
While lying helpless the cross-fire
from machine guns resulted In a bul-
I let lodging in his right side, after
having entered near his left shoulder,
Another bullet, passing through hl3
right foot, took off three toes. The
Americans were forced to retreat and
: one of them, who knew Rho'din, re-
i ported him as dead. He lay where tic
had fallen until October 2, when Ger
mans found him. They administered
first aid treatment, but refused wa-
ter to the injured man for some rea-
I son or other. He was carried by
horse ambulance and by train for a
I number of nours until a church wax
readied. Here they extracted the bul
let?. Becauso the Germans did not
believe that Rhodln was bo weak that
he could not clothe himself, he laid
for soveral hours in tho church with
out his clothing.
Until he arrived at Tries, Germnny,
Ills wounds received no further at-
1 From lack of medical attention, an
I abces.s formed on his fool and the
j German doctor repeatedly postponed
I caring for the injured member. For
lwent-four days, the dressing on
; Uhodin's foot was not changed. Fln-
ally the wound, by that time, filled
I with maggots, was operated on by the
doc-tor who neglected to remove the
i decayed bone. Upon reaching Hor
j deaux, KhodinV leg was amputated at
the knee and upon .arriving nl the
Letlerman hospital, Sit 11 Franqtaco,
more wax removed.
j Rhodin has been discharged from
(he army hospital at San Francisco,
; however, and has reached his lfome
IS SiDD0WAY'S PLAN
! SALT LAKE. Juno -J. Plans aro
1 "under wnv to nuke 'the Fish Lako
State hatchery "the largest owned by
'the state, with a capacity for 1,500,
000 fish eggs if the experiments in
j the propagation of 300,000 fish egw?
the lake prove succesful. This an
nouncement is made by 11. H. Siddo
way, stats fish and game commission
er, who has returned to his ofiicc. af
ter a ten-day trip to Fish lake.
The hatchery has been removed
I'rom its former site on Twin Creeps
to near the mouth of the north fork
of thai river, and waters from Willow
creek, considerably warmer than
those at' Twin creeks, have been rti-,
1 verted to the new site with the idea
I of assisting in the more rapid prop-'
1 agation of the fry, the commissioner
announces- Should conditions prove
! favorable on tiie test now being made,
j the ImUhory will be enlarged rrom
I the ten-trough capacity of 300,000
i eggs as at present 10 one of 1,500,-!
j 000 eggs. The Murray and Spring-
1 ville state hatcheries aro both" of 1,-j
MEN LEAVE TOWN FOR !
WANT OF MATERIALS
SALT LAKE CITY, June A. Hun
dreds of men are being thrown out of
employment and many are leaving the
city owing to the reported Impossibili
ty of purchasing building material, ac
cording to Otto E, Ashbridpe, who ap
peared before the city commission on
j behalf of a committee of citizens yes
j The city commission was asked to
jtake some action to relieve the situa
tion. The city attorney. W. H. Fol
lland, has been insiructed io make an
i investigation and to determine what
rtction the city commissioners can take,
or where, the remcVly lies If not in the
TO MEET WITH WOMEN
IN BOX ELDER COUNTY
BRIGHAM CUT, June A. Alisa
Rozina Skidmorc, domestic art spe
cialist, will meet county farm bureau
I women during June and July regard
ing the clothing project. The follow
ing places will be visited by Aliss Skid
jmore: Willard. June 14,-21, 28; East Tre
rnonton, June 8. 15, 22; East Garland,
June 9, 16, 23, 30; Manlua, June 10,
17, 24, July 1; Dewoyviile, June 11,
IS. 25, July 2; Perry, June 12, 19, 2C,
FIREBUG IS BELIEVED
OPERATING AT MAGNA
MAGNA Juno L When a socond
flro broke out in the buatnesa district
yesterday, pollco and fire department
officials were convinced that a firebug
is operating in tho town. Two fires
have occurred In the nuslness district
in two days damaging property to the
extern of ?95.000.
As a result of 'he fire the public
library, three business buildings and
seven residences, have been reduced to
ashes. The Palaco hotel, owned by
Frank Soter was damaged 5S.0OO.
Both fires threatened to wipe out the
city and only tho desperate work of
the fighters prevented total destruc
tion. Several hundred dollars worth of
goods carried from the burning build
ings to tho middle of tho street are
repored to have been stolen white tho
fire was hottest. This and the pecu
liar circumstances surrounding the
start of Die fires has caused the offi
cials to bellevo tho fires were started
J)y "firebugs." An Investigation is be
ing taken up by Deputy Sheriffs, W.
Plummer and Earl Willis.
Among the business establishments
swept away by the fire yesterday was
ithe Daisy restaurant, owned by Tom
Pappas, who placed his loss at Jir,
1 000. The Panama 'pool hall suffered
a loss of $1,000 and the Mapna Fruit
jand Vegetable company store was
; IDAHO RANCHER AND
I FAMILY IN ACCIDENT
; TWIN FALLS. Idaho, Juno -1. An
automobile driven by Donald McKay,
a rancher In the Filer district, dashed
over the rlmrock of Dead Man's gulch
.Wednesday night and fell 70 feet with
lis occupants, none of whom were sori-
j ously Injured.
McKay was accompanied by his wife
and 3 year old son. McKay and the
j'baby were thrown clear of the wreck
ed car. but Mrs. McKay was fastened
to the ground by pari of the frame.
She. was taken to (he county hospital
where her injuries were given atten
tion. i Mr. McKay, who was driving the
car says he was forced off the bridge
spanning Dead Man's gulch when an
approaching car took the wrong side
of the bridge.
IS GIVEN HEARING
j PROVO, June A. Alex ttarge. al
leged to have i-onfessed to the mur
der of Joseph Ceah, was given a pre
liminary hearing before Judge J. LJ
; Tucker's court yot-terday. Ho was
'bound over to the district court on a
first degree murder charge.
Testimony indicated that Barge had
laid in' wait for Yeah on teh night of
May 1". and as the latter returned
from work at the Standard mine,
struck him with ar ax. nearly sever
ing Veah's head from Iris body.
SECOND RABID COW IS
KILLED AT FARMINGTON
, SALT LAKE, June . That an
other rabid cow had been killed yes
terday at Farmington was information
received by the slate board of health.
The animal was the property of B.
C. Hess of Farmington. and was one
of a number that were bitten by a
I The dog and several cows which It
had bitten were killed, examination of
the dog's head by L. L. Dalnes, state
biologist, prc ing conclusively that the
animal was infected with rabies.
PROVIDE QUARTERS FOR
BRIGHAM GUARD TROOP
BRIGHAM. June A. Remodeling
the ground floor of the academy of
music has been s'-irted to provide a
home for Troop D Utah National
The main hall will be used for office
rooms, target range and other pur
poses, while the lower hall will serve
as a place to drill.
GO TO HONOLULU.
BRIGHAM CITY. June 3. Misses
La vela Wallace and Mary Pearse ofi
this city and Master Chapln Bristol
of Ogdcn loft Tuesday for Honolulu
to spend the summer visiting relatives.
DR. G0NDRA WILL BE
ASUNCION. Paraguay, June 2. Dr.
Manuel Gondra, Paraguayan minister
to the United Sratos, will succeed Jose
1 Montero as president of Paragiay as
i a result of the recent elections, in
' which the radical party obtained a
j majority In the electoral college.
When the elections wero held. Dr.
I Do you think it's right to save-
Swift & Company's business
5 has been built up partly by selling
j capital stock for cash and partly
1 by thrifty saving, putting some of
jN our earnings each year back into
the business to increase facilities
1 -for production.
i ' .
J That is v-'hat most all of us seek
I to dosave part of our earnings for
J ' future usefulness.
j .It is the way American indus- J
j tries have been built up. It means J
x the least drain on the financial
1 resources of the country.
J Fbr the past twenty-iour years
Swift & Company has made an
j average profit from all sources of
J 11.3 per cent on investment (capi-
I tal and surplus), and 2.3 cents on j
each dollar of sales a fraction of
j I a cent per pound. Out of this we
j J have paid dividends and saved
something to help us keep pace
j j with a growing country.
! Swift & Company, U. S. A.
1 . . -.:,.
I Gondra declmed to be a candidate, but
! last night he notified the committee;
. of the presidential electors of the radi
I cal pcrty that he would accept their
I votes. Dr. Gondra will go to Wash
ington soon to bring his family back
HAVE NO SPELLING BOOKS.
PHILADELPHIA. June A. Phila
delphia public schools have no spell
l Sng books. And spelling books have
J been dropped, say local educators, be
i cause they sinrt with "cat" and "rat" j
and Include similar words seldom
used in correspondence and business.
Until a spelling book has been com
piled that uses the words that are
most frequently used in business and
private correspondence. Louis Nus
baum, associate superintendent of
public schools, announces that public;
schools hero will compile their own
lists of words.
"TILE WICKEDEST PLACE."
CARDIFF. June A. "Port Said
still is the wickedest place on earth,"
said Brigadier General J. II. Bateson,
principal of Wcsleyan chapel, in an
address to soldiers. "I know Calcutta,
Bombay and Madras, better than I
know London." he continued. "I have
had to live in the east for a quarter of
'a century, and I know what Cairo and
Hsmalla aro; but I have seen more sin
and appearances of sin in ono hour in
I Port Said than in all the rest of my
The Antarctic region is tho highest
of the world's greal land masses, I
v : V
W. W. Browning & Co.
W. J. Browning, Manager
Service Quality Satisfaction
Twenty-Third Street and
JUST SEE HOW
SKIN OVER NIGHT
Poalara soothes, refreshes and heals '
suffering skin, with novor.p. possibility
of harm. A brief experience with Pos-'
lam will prove its value. For instance: J
apply a little on some affected part
at night. In the morning, your own
eyes will find evidence of its healing
work. If the trouble was slight a pim
ple or inflamed spot the chances are
.Ihat it has disappeared. If a virulent)
eruptional disorder, it should be sub-1
'dued. so much so that you will want
Poslam to keep right on. j
Sold everywhere For free sample
write to Emergency Laboratories, 24o
West 17th St., New York City.
Poslam Soap is a daily treat to ten
der skin. Contains- Poslam. Advertisement.
mm wait to
Keep well. Whenever your appetite
begins to flag, or a
sour stomach and p
warn you, take CARfFEP'S
Fill, and the g !V
trouble will a JaPiLjU S
Good for man, woman and child. Fo:
3'our health's oake stick to this old,
tried and true remedy. Purely vegetable.
Small Pill Small Dose Siaall Price
DR. CARTER'S IRON PILLS, Nrre'i
great nerve and o blood tonic foi
Anemia, Rheumatism, Nervousness,
Sleeplessness and Female Weakness.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cents buys "Danderine." After
an application of "Dandorine" you can
,not find a fallen hair or any dandruff,
(besides every hair shows new life, vig
or, brightness, more color and thick
m mM "d Morn in g 'imffiiffir
Clea n Cloor nj H2j l-rhy
I Writ Tcr Tr E Cara Boot Murine Co. Chirt4o.li.ir
SALES Hi 1
IS BACKON JOS 1
Shardlow Is Well, Cheerful H
and Happy Since Taking
One of the distinguishing features In
connection with the introduction and
sale of Tanlac throughout America Is
the large number of traveling men who
have been benefited by its use. From
Maine to California, and from the Gulf
to Northern Canada, men representing
almost every line of business have tes
titled to the remarkable and gratifying vM
results obtained by taking Tanlac.
I One of the latest of these to en
dorse Tanlac is II. Sardlow, sales
manager for the Solar Illuminating Co , H
'of Chicago, who lives at the Hotel "1H
Stowell, Los Angeles, Cal. . . jf
"Tanlac is the finest raedlcinej have H
ever run across," said Mr. Shardlow jJ
recently. "I gained nine pounds on
'three bottles and have gottenrid of a IH
lease of stomach trouble that nearly
cost me my life. For several months
, I had suffered terribly from acute gas- IB
iritis and Avas very nervous. Every
thing 1 would eat soured and formed
gas, my oh est and lungs would pain me
'and my heart palpitate so at times I
! would almost faint. I have walked the
j floor for hours In misery and have
! been forced to spend days at a time - ; .
in bed.' I lost nineteen pounds, was a '; s'.
! nervous wreck and had to give up all j?7
i idea o business. v, '
i "I had the best treatment and medi- J
; cine and was put on a special diet bui
get no better, and was finally told that 0
only an operation would relieve my
trouble. One day while in EI Paso,
; Texas, 1 had an attack that almost ,
I proved fatal. I had been reading about
i Tanlac and immediately tried it.
I Thanksgiving day I was sick, blue and (.Li
j discouraged, but since taking Tanlac
, I can enjoy a good meal and feel well, S -. '
cheerful and happy. It gives me plea- CJ--I
sure to recommend Tanlac and hope
jail sufferers from stomach troubles
(may be induced to try it." ' T Kt'
Tanlac is sold in Ogdcn by A. R. ' 1
, Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement. -
j i LEMON JUICE I '-m
I FOR FRECKLES I W
i j i
j 1 Girls! Make beauty lotion ior j
j j a few cents Try It! j ' ' - . .
I - ,
Squeeze the juice or iwu' lemoiu mic
a bottle containing three ounces 'of
orchard white, shake well, and you .
have a quarter pint of the best freckle - ,7
and tan lotion, and complexion beauti- ' s
fior, at very, very small cost. V '
Your grocer has the lemons and any
drug store or toilet counter will sup- j
ply three ounces of orebwrd white for w.
a few cents. Massage this sweetly
fragrant lotion into the face, neck, cwC ,-;
arms" and hands each day and see how 'SL
freckles and blemishes disappear and J
how clear, soft and rosy-whito the l.xl
skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless and
I never irritates. Advertisement. : . f.;
JOYFUL EATING I p
Unless your food is digested with- I ' j J.
out the aftermath of painful acidity, u .. fV;
the joy is taken out of both eating I ,
and living. W " " j
RHlOISSi I l
are wonderful in their help to the I --V
stomach troubled with over-acidity. I
Pleasant to take reliet prompt and I
MADE BY SCOTT di BOWNE S3 J$
MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION i
IF'YOU HAVE "A BACK ACHE
or if yoa aro mbject to Doll pains In the head. i?k
DIzzlneis,NonrousnMe,arc languldanrlfccltired i.
all over, pet n package of the old reliable remedy T iji;
Mother Gray's AltOaLTIC-L.K.YF, tho '
J pleanant Hedlclnal Tea. We havo many tesd-
I monlale. Asa gcntlo laxative It has no eqnaL ii'1'1
I A ak for Mother Gray'a AromaticLeaf at drae- "f iL
clstioraentbyniallforCOcti. Samplo FREE, fsfe
I AddreiB, Mother Gray Co., Le Toy, 2. 1'. I
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Tom's Idea Didn't Make Good. By Allman H
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