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1 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1920. . 3 I
Harding Will Be Candidate Un
hampered By Charges of
RV TIOX. ARTHUR CAPPER,
I'ntfcd States Senator from Kumns.
(Copyright, 1020. Universal Service)
CHJCAGO, June 14. Senator Hard
ing's nomination was brought about
by an overpowering sentiment among
the rank and flic and by the party
- lenders recognition that the Uopubli
cans must go before the country with,
a candidate unhampered by such crltl-j
cism as has been directed against the
two leading candidates in the conven-
tion. And this sentiment was not based;
on any personal criticism of either
General "Wood or Governor Lowdcn.
No Hint of Dishonesty.
Most people realize that it costs
money to conduct a. campaign ; few per
sons in Chicago believe that General.
"Wood spent a dollar dishonestly and
nobody believes that Governor Lowdcn
' has any personal knowledge whatso-1
over of the expenditures in Missouri,
which created so great a furore. j
But there is a limit which good i
taste and good politics dictate and It
was apparent thatthe limit had bccn
overreached. This gave tho opposition!
opportunity to raise the cry of.
"boodlo" and tho delgatea felt that
they had no right to lay such a handl-j
cap upon the people. And thus does
public morality shape political expe
diency. Dnngcr in Over-Confidence.
The feeling is universal that tne
greatest danger that threatened the
Republican par.ty in the convention
and that will beset it in the coming
campaign is that of over-confidence.
Voters will analyze platfqrms and
scrutinize records as never before.
That Is tho sentiment which is res
ponsible for the platform and the
candidates, and 1 believe the delegates
are going home tith the conscious
ness of a good job well done, and in
- . tho heart belief that tho party will
win because it deserves to win.
'JK Hardin- Well Qualified.
'fe"5:rlMi Senator Harding is admirably fitted
;'':fflH 1 or lnc Presidency. He ha3 served both
'jMV ''iflrB ' as an executive and a legislator, and
jfflXjS&tmi understands the harmony that should
if'Ji'B prevail between the two departments
!friK1idB of our government if best results are
I&kH 1 to, be obtained. Senator Harding
It5c!, 'ifjffJ a-s inveighed against executive usur
patlon to seek and listen to advice,
rifeS: -wPIhM and t0 fo'low advice that meets with
sft1; ffim tnc approval of his sound judgment.
IfSfMI At tho same time he has the will po-
fSlJljtfH wer and strength of character to re-
P!J.'if!)B 5'st ai atvice, aiu W'H prove a
w,!8B strong executive witliout being auto-
ixfyTtljiB mai1 stands higher in the esteem
y.&&' 'fsj ot ns associates in the senate. He has
ijrl a twinning personality and my predic-
J:X,m l'on is lnat as a candidate h will
ffi&$vwm rise higher and higher in the confi-
ffi$Mmm dence and affection of his supporters
as the campaign pi'ogresscs. j
IRUSS SOVIETS APPEAL
TO WORKERS OF WORLD
LONDON, June 14. The workers
, of the world are appealed to by tneJ
trs-. Jtussian official Vestnick news agency
P' to protect against property desiruc-l
lion by the Poles and Eorisov, says
a wireless message received from Mos-,
cow. The responsibility for this dam-,
age, asserts the appeal, must be shar- j
ed by the British and French govern-'
ments. It declares the destruction of;
the Vladimir cathedral a more bar-i
barous act than tho destruction of!
Rheims cathedral by the Germans.
"The patience of the world's prole-1
tarlats," continues the statement,
"must surely be exhausted by these
barbarities. The Polish reptile must I
bo made harmless. We must abolish1
tho barbarous rule of the landowners
and capitalists by means of fraternal
co-operation with tho Polish workers." .
PW F0UR LITTLE EXPLORERS
pHt SEEK TREASURE ISLAND
i DETROIT, Mich.. June 14. Four
- youthful explorers, aged 3. 6, 0 and 11
years, who set sail from Lakeside,
'itMh. Mich., Saturday in a frail row boat to
'OH! --search for treasure Islands in Lake
t''.9riH i Erie, wero picked up Sunday thirty
iiiiftHI miles off shore after having been J
UpMiKLr adrift for twenty-five hours. The)
'&mmwW 1 children, three boys and a girl, all of
J Toledo, were rescue?! by a passenger
iIiH y. steamer. A prayer of thanks was of-
1 f creel by 1500 passengers when they
liafl ueen transferred safely from their;
yjgtffl frail craft.
pi JOHNSON SENDS WIRE
SI TO SENATOR HARDING
CHICAGO. June 14 Before depurt
m nff or "vVa3b.-nylon Senator Hiram
Johnson sent the following telegram
Kg&I to Senator Harding.
"Congratulations to you.
Economic Anxiety and Gener
al Unrest of After-War
Period Given as Causes.
j PAP.IS, June 14. The simultaneous
resignation of four European cabinets,
(the Italian. Polish, Hungarian and Au
itrlan, is viewed in official circles here
to bo significant chiefly .-is demon
strating the difficulty of adopting poll
tics and economic conditions to the
peace terms. '
The immediate causss of the resig
nations were different in each case,
I but behind them, said a well Informed
French diplomat, were economic art
ixielies and general unrest, with linger
ing pangs on the part of the defeated
peoples not reconciled to the sacrifices
domanded of them.
The "oung parliamentary govern
ments, this diplomat declared are like
ly to be susceptible to these crises for
some time to come, until the political
situation has erystallr.ed and the vari
ous parties become so organised as to
furnish homogeneous majorities be
hind the cabinets.
Gives up Cabinet Task
BERLIN. June 14. Herr Helnze,
the moderato conservative, who was
asked by President Ebert to form, a
new cabinet to replace the government
of Chancellor Mueller, which tendered
its resignation last week, renounced
the task after meeting with opposition
by tho majority Socialists.
Italian King Anxious
ROME, June 14. The cabinet crisis
remains unsettled. King Victor Em-
manuel received former Premier Glo
litti and later consulted with Francis- ,
co Xittl, whose cabinet resigned
Cause of Difficulty
WASHINGTON, June 14. A cable
gram from "Warsaw to the Polish lega
tion explained that the recent resigna
tion of the Polish cabinet was caused
by a difference of opinion among its
members as to the - "sequestration of
grain." The cabinet will continue to
serve, however, unlil a new one is ap
pointed, the message said, and added
that the difficulties probably would
be overcome by making certain
changes In portfolios.
Another Month of Fine Weath
l er Will Make Grain Import
j in Fall Necessary.
PAPJS. June 14. Another month
of good growing weather, with favor
able havesting londltlons, will be
worth between three billion and four
billion francs to France, in the opin
ion of agricultural experts.
"If the crops meet with no disaster,
France will buy but little wheat
abroad next year. If conditions con
tinue as favorable as now. she may
not buy any," said a high official of
the ministry of agriculture.
In 1919, a poor yeir, France raised
173,000.000 bushels of wheal and had
to buy 1 50.000,00 bushels abroad.
This year is declared to be the best
in the memory of farmers for all
crops, with SOO.000 acres more seeded
than last year. Th crop Is estimated
at least 50 per cent better, bringing
the yield to 200.000,000 bushels.
The devastated regions, where there
are still little mor than temporarily
roofed ruins and shacks to shelter the
population, furnished two-thirds of
the increased seeding- with 500,000
acres more of wheat than a year ago
and with am illion acres more of all
American traction implements hadi
their share in the promised fine result,
for most of the seeding of northern
France was accomplished through
NEXT WOMAN'S CONGRESS
IS TO MEET IN PARIS
GENEVA, June 14. The interna
tional woman suffrage alliance con
gress, at Its closing session here, ac
'cepted an invitation to hold the next
congress in Pari3 in 1922. ,
The acceptance, however, is contin
gent upon the women of Franco not
obtaining the franchise within n year
previous to the congress as It is de
sired to convene in a country where
women have not been enfranchised.
, SOVIETS TO LAND MISSION.
1 PA HIS. June 11. The Petit Pari
sicn says It learns tho Russian soviet
government at Moscow has decided to
send a mission to England to study
the situation of the proletariat.
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!i The Standard's U. A. C. Bureau j
(Articles of Interest to Farmers, Housekeepers and Others! .
Written for The Standard by Experts at Utah's Noted J
jjj Agricultural College at Logan Jja
CLEANLNG THE ORCHARD FOrw ,
BY' 31. C. .MKIUULIj. I
Horticulturist, Utah Agricultural i
"Unclean! Unclean!" has been the1
historic cry of the leper when people
approached, "Unclean! Unclean!" is
the silent cry of to many orchards in
Weber and neighboring counties.
This is the season of the year when
tho orchard should bo even its an
nual bath, figuratively speaking. The
dormant spray has been applied by
many growers this year and that has
helped clean the trees and free them
from noxious insects.
But there aro two other phases of
this orchard bathing business to which
should bo called at this time. One of
these pertains to tho thoro cleanng
up of all limbs, weeds, rubbish, and
junk thnt might be scattered about
thru the orchard, or lurking in an un
sightly way in the corners. Observant
growers have Ioiik since recognized
theso neglected places as most pro
lific breeding products for incests.
Keeping such corners clean is Import
ant as a means of adlng in the control
of these insests, among which is tho
troublesome codling moth. Now is a
good time to get after the wasto places
and clean them up.
The other phuse of cleaning up the
orchard has reference to the soil and
its treatment. Two general methods
need to be considered here and both
are found In tho counties bordering
Great Salt Jake.
1. Orchard soils on which alfalfa
Strike of Engineers May Cause
Great Struggle and Loss
MELBOURNE, Australia. Juno 13.
Englnemen in the electric power
stations, to the number of S00. have
struck. It is estimated that the. light-j
ing and cooking arrangements of 200,-j
U00 families are affected. Many fac-,
lories are idle. Tho streets and mil-1
way stations are lighted, but the sub
urbs are in darkness.
Efforts are being, made to maintain
a limited supply of electric power for
hospitals and other Institutions. The
tram service will ceaso this evening i
to conserve the power supply. j
j Tho englnemen employed in the j
j government cold storage 'plant have i
also struck, leaving thousands of car
casses to spoil. The government offi
cials are doing their utmost to cope
with the situation.
Indications seem to forecast a worse
upheaval than that in 1917, as it is ;
feared virtually all the trade organiza
tions will eventually be involved in
the present movement.
Religious Liberty, Upbuilding j
of Country, Aims of Brit- I
ish Administration. j
LONDON'. June 1-1. The general
principles which will be followed by
the new administration in Palestine
were announced by Sir Herbert Sam
uel, high commissioner for Palestine.
Sir Herbert said:
"Complete religious liberty will bci
maintained In Palestine. Places sa-
cred to the great religions will remain j
in control of the adherents of those,
religions. Civilian administration for
the country will be established immed
iately. The higher ranks will consist
of British officials of ability and ex
perience. The other ranks will bo
open to the local population, irrespec
tive of creed. Order will bo firmly
enforced. The economic development
of tho country will be actively pro
moted. "In accordance with the decision of
the allied. and associated powers, mea
sures wili be adopted to reconstruct
I he Jewish national home in Palestine.
The yearnings of the Jewish people
for 2,000 years, of which the Zionist
movement is tho latest expression will
at last bo realized. The steps taken
i to this wlll.be consistent with scrupu
lous respect for the rights of the pros
lent non-Jewish inhabitants.
I "The country ha.s room for a larger
population than it now contains and
Palestine, properly provided with
roads, railways, harbors and electric
power, with the soil more highly cul
tivated, the wasto lands reclaimed,
forests planted and malaria extirpat
ed, with town and village industries
encouraged, can maintain a large ad
ditional popultlon not only without
hurt, but on tho contrary, with much
advantage to the present Inhabitants."
ARGENTINE LETS WHEAT
LEAVE WITHOUT TAXES
BUENOS AIRES. June 14. British.
I French and Italian ships in Argentlno
porta have resumed the loading of
wheat contracted for, the exporters
paying the new four peso export su
pertax on most of It. Some of theso
shipH, however, will bo allowed to do
part without paying the tax us a re
sult of representations made by the
ministers of three countries aginst the
sudden embargo placed on the exporta
tion of wheat prior to enactment of
the supertax law.
It was learned today that? six Brit
ish ships carrying 13,'JOO tons will bo
thus exempted. Tho French and Ital
ian, ministers got corresponding con
cessions, for which the Fronch minis
ter, M. GauGscn, thanked President
TO TAKE HAVANA JOB AS
AIDE IN SUGAR CONCERN
ICEMMERER, Wyo., June' I A.
"Every ablo-bodicd man in expected
to work In Home way for good roads."
Such is the mcssago being sent broad
cast In Lincoln county, in planning to
co-operate with all Wyoming in a
Good Roads day, which the governor
has proclaimed for June 22. Stores
will be closed and the day will be ob
Borvcd ns a general holiday, accord
ing to Mayor Lester G. Baiter's procla
i is grown between tho trees. In that
case sufficient water must be at hand
to supply the noods of both tho alfalfa
and tho fruit trees. Discuslng the alfal
' fa would be a splendid practice In tho
. early spring beforo growth starts. It
! would stir up' tho soil and aerate ft
and put it in better mechanical con
dlton. 2. Orchard soils on which clean
cultivation is practiced. In such cases
there is probably not sufficient water
availably to supply both trees and
cover crop. Very frequently the term
"clean cultivation" Is a. misnomer, for
tho orchard Is aljowed to grow upxln
weeds, which rob the soil of the water
I they take up from the soli and give
j off thru their leaves In a season.
Now if the orchard is to be induced
to do Its best with small amount of
I water tho soil should bo thoroly cul-
tvated In tho early spring and a good
mulch maintained during the entire
summer. Weeds must be kept down
with a vengeance. It must further
more be remembered that during tho
previous summer the soil becomes
packed down by much travel upon It,
and that the winter rains have con
tinued the packing process. The early
cultivation is therefore of great acr
vice in opening up the soil so that air
may penetrate to tho roots.
A thoro cleaning up of tho orchard
will pay dividends in many ways. Now
is the tlmo for the readers of tho "Og
den Standard- Examiner," who are
j owners of orchards, to make this in-vcslmcnt.
'Permanent Diplomatic Posts
Will Be Assigned Many
When Recognition Given.
MEXICO CITY, Jun 12. Fernando
Lera has been named as diplomatic
representative of the provisional Mexi
can government to NotVay, according
to the newspaper El Universal. Othcr
recent semi-official reports state that
Enrique Gonzales Martinez has been
named as onvoy to Chile; Jesii3 Ureta.
envoy to Argentine and Uruguay, and
Juan C. Azcona, envoy to Spain.
j The sanio reports state the Fernando
Iglcsias Calderon has beon named as
confidential agent to the United
Suites. Scnor Calderon at present Is
minister of foreign relations in tho
cabinet of provisional President do la
Huerta. Senor Urueta was assistant
foreign minister in the cabinet of the
It. is generally understood that when
the provisional government of Mexi
co has been recognized by the various
foreign governments, these diplomats
will be accredited as permanent minis
ters and ambassadors.
AUCTIONEER'S CASH GOING
GOING,. GONE IN LAUGHTER
MnRRISTUWX All of this section
' of the country is laughing over the
predlr-tmenl an Asheville, N. C, real
i-.staie auction firm found Itself In here
a few days ago. The firm was com
missioned to sell one of the moat val
uable lots in town situated on Main
street in the center of tho city.
Tho sale was extensively advertised
and the presence of a brass band im
ported expressly for the ocasion and
tho offer of a free dinner for all
brought out a record breaking crowd.
Tho owners of the propertv had placed
an upset price of $250 per front foot
on the lot. Tho sale started and the
bidding was brisk, the figure named
soon being recorded. Then the bids
gradually increased until ?265 was of
fered and the lot "knocked down."
The purchaser was elatod at his bar
gain; the owners wore more than sat
isfied with tho price realized and tho
auctioneer was over pleased with the
great success of the sale. The crowd
was treated to fox trots bv the band,
invited to dinner and thanked for
attending tho sale and dismissed. I
r Then came the awakening.
When the office of tho succcssiuil
bidder, who happens to be the local
express agent, was visited lo collect'
the initial payment that Individual j
asked how much he would bo re-1
quired to pay down.
7he itul. ii,,lount of your bid at
2C5 a front foot figures up a little
more than 4 J 8.000." said the auc
t oncer, lou are expected to pay one
third today, which will be $c,000."
"Six thousand dollars!" exclaimed
the astonished near purchascr"Vhv
man alive I only bid $2G5 for the
What the populace down here Is
trying to figure out is who the laugh
is on; who will pay the piper and
when another sale with brass band
accompalnment and a free dinner will
SUIM40N EVERY MAN TO
HELP WITH GOOD ROADS
POCATELLO, Ida., June 14. II. J.
McLaughlin of this city departed ves
terday for Havana where he has ac
cepted a position with one of Cuba';
largest sugar concerns. En route
east, Mr. McLaughlin will attend the
graduating exorcises of the Unlver.sitj
of Illinois of which his son Is a member.
BELGIAN KING TO HELP '
BUSINESS BY JOURNEY j
BRUSSELS., Juno 14. The forth
coming Irlp of King Albert to Brazil,1
It Is understood, will nlm at the crca
I tlon of closer economic relations be
tween Belgium and that country. It is
expected that tho first result of the
king's visit will be tho conclusion of a
special loan favoring tho importation
of Brazilian goods Into Belgium.
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Marmora on Saturday, set fire 10
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CHICAGO HAS FIRST ,
RELIEF FROM HEAT
CHICAGO. June H. First relief
from tho hent wave that has enveloped
Chicago four days, came with a local
thunder storm that caused tho ther-'
momoter to drop from a maximum of
00 dogrrees to 7f- Tho temperature,
began rising again, however. j
Two deaths were caused today by,
the heat, a total of seven in four days..
LOST CHILDREN ARE I
HAPPY TO GET HOME
TOLEDO, Ohio, June 13. Sunburn- N
ed and tired, but happy in the fact
that they wero Hearing home, Mcrwin
Ua So, 3. and Virginia Hlllgor, 12 ar
Do So. 3. and Virginia Hlllger, 12, ar
rived here tonight on board tho
steamer Cily of Toledo after having
been lost on Lake Erie in an open boat
for more than twenty-seven hours.
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