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I ' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, TUNE 15. 1920. " Vu-
I STATE AND JDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
IB. Troop With Other Units to
, T Start Active Training at
CIIEYENNE. Wyo.. Juno 15. B
troop ot the Utah National Guard, j
Ocderi's unit, has arrived at I'OU JJ.
Russell, and will begin active , train- J
ing this morning. All units of the,
Utah orSanteaUonM:avo now arrived,
tope her with the Idaho Bnartamen.
The camp is situated on a plalijust
eJtlo Fo?t nusscl and three mile.
I from the heart ot uicyuiiu ; ,iV
of the First Utah Cavalry raised the
first tent and led the remainder ot the
j squadron in the work, The weather Is
The militiamen are housed in s.xt
eight tents, each troop, A. B. ana .
of the Utah guard and A troop of the
Idaho cavalry, have, company sticcts.
which must bo policed and kept In
shape. Training will begin with e
vcille tomorrow. formal military cere
monies will prevail June IS which . 1.1
1 be observed as governors das . Go-ei-nor
Bamberger of Utah is expected
to be present to review the squadron.
I War Cross warded
to Morgan Soldier
MORGAN, June 15. Sergeant MI-j
chael J. -Sullivan, who enlisted In thoj
army from here in September, 191 1.
has been awarded a crolx de guerre
with a gilt star. Sullivan was with j
company H. 3C2hd infantry, a "ltl
of the famous Ninety-first division.
Tho cilation, which was signed toy
Marshal I'etain of France reads:
"Near Sleenbrugge, Belgium on the
31st of October, 19 IS, he commanded
his platoon under heavy artillery and
machinery gun fire. He progressed and
maintained a perfect liaison with tho
other units of the firing line.
! Sullivan originally came from Mas
sachusetts, but foY the past several
years has been a resident of Morgan.
I He was an employe of the Mountain
1 States Telephone and Telegraph com
panv when he enlisted.
I Sullivan, with the rest of his com-
I pany, wero ordered overseas in July
I 19 IS. In their tlrst engagement, the
companv lost two officers and Ser-
( gear.t Sullivan was given charge of a
I platoon, a position which he held until
mustered out. ,
In the Argonne sector, during the
October drive, Sullivan's company
were pitied against the crack Prussian
Guard. For eighteen days the unit-
umght steadily, being one of the units
Lo enter Monfaucon. '
It was in Belgium during the last big '
di'ivc that Sullivan won his decoration.
In the course of a day his platoon ;
pushed forward two kilometers on a
three hundred yard front capturing
eight "pill boxes" and machine guns,
and killing or capturing thirty-two l
FOUR NURSES GIVEN
DIPLOMAS AT LOGAN
LOGAN, June 15. Four nurses!
were graduated last week from the)
Utah-Idaho hospital at the graduating
exercises held Thursday night in the
Eccles hotel. These graduates were
trained at the hospital during the past
, Those who were graduated wcror
Miss Nora Ahrnes of Mendon, Mis3
Myrtle Coleman of Smithfield, Miss
Thelma Nunnclley of Arbon, Idaho,
i, and Miss Bernlce Wilcox of Richmond.
At the exercises held Thursday
t night, President Joseph R. Shepard
, delivered the address on the occasion
and musical numbers were provided.
The diplomas also were presented. At
the hospital, Miss Sara Bastow is pres
ident, with Miss Mamie Cole as su
perintendent ot the nurses.
I IDAHO-NEVADA R. R.
LINE IS CONSIDERED
TWIN FALLS, Ida., June 15. Ar
ticles of incorporation received here
today by mail from San .Francisco in
dicate that the Idaho Central Railway
will construct a steam line from Rog
erson, Idaho, to Wells, Nevada, a dis
tance of 90 odd miles. The work, ac
cording to officials of the company,
will be started at once.
The Idaho Central 'company Incor
porators are George L. Davis, Thomas
McDougal, both of Twin Falls; John
S. Willis, Arthur Dunn, Joseph L.
Stewart, all of San Francisco. Twin
Falls is to be headquarters for the
IPOCATELLO GIRL HURT
IN ACCIDENT, BETTER
POCATELLO, Ida., June 15. Miss
Ida Perkins is recovering from con
tusions and lacerations sustained last
week when she was injured in an auto
mabile accident i'fiiear Chesterfield,
j Marvin Buttorfioldvas driving the au-
1 tomobile and Miaa Jane Mulr and
' Miss Perkins were oocupants of the
i machine. Butterfield, in some way,
lost control of tho car which over-
r turned. Miss -Perkins sustained a com-
pound fracture of her left arm. The
, others ecaped uninjured.
ELKS HONOR FLAG.
t. POCATELLO, Ida., June-15. The
Pocatello lodge JB PT O. E. fittingly
observed Flog day Sunday afternoon
at Antlers hall. President Charles
Frazler of the Idaho Technical insti
tute gave sl patriotic adress; C. D.
Smith gave the flag record, and solos
were given by "Mrs. Nestor Aber and
Former Governor Spry Opti
mistic Over Reclamation
SALT LAKE CITY, June 15. For
mer Governor William Spry returned
yesterday from Washington fully con
vinced that the Borah bill, which car
ries an appropriation of $300,000,000
of service men through tho media" of
land and reclamation projects, and
which was reported favorablv by the
ways and means commlttoo" of the
senate on the day preceding adjourn
ment of congress, will in all likeli
hood be passed at the next session of
congress. Governor Spry has been
in the east since the early part of
iUr. Spry also states that the Smith
Fletcher bill carles a like
amount, but differs from the Borah
measure in that it provides that the
earnings of tho fund shall be put back
into reclamation work.
BY SUPREME COURT
SALT LAKE. June 15. In a de
cision given by the supreme court of
Utah yesterday it was held that, in
garnishment proceedings, the district
court has the right to order tho own
ers of safely deposit vaults to open
their deposit boxes, of which judgment
debtors are lessees. In another de
cision the court holds that Attorneys
D. H. Thomas and Ashby Snow were
within their rights when, about a vcar
ago, they advised O. C. I-ieebc as
cashier of tho Zlon's Savings Bank 'and
Trust company, to refuse to obey the
court's order to open a safety de
posit box. Lorenzo N. Stohl was one
oi the leasers of the box.
The cases aros6 out of the suit of
the West Cache Sugar companv
S?a,1st i?hn A- "enarlckson and Mr.
Stohl. The case itself is now on ap
peal to the supreme court, but will not
uomc up until tho Octobor term.
IN IDAHO INCREASES
, Jn0CATELr,' Ju" 15. Idaho In
1919, produces 10,000 tons of high
grade phosphate rock, valued at $G5,
000, according to information received
today. The figures for this year show
an Increase of 33 per cent in pro
duction and a 55 per cent Increase in
value over the figures for 1918.
With extensive development this
season including several spurs1
through Montpeller canyon and other "
points, by the San Francisco Chemi
cal company, and other operators in
cluding the Mcrrlman-Potash Products
company and the Western Phosphate
Mining & Manufacturing company
The Anaconda Copper company
has leased oOOO acres of phosphate
land near Soda Springs, it Is stated.
IDAHO DEMOCRATS TO
MEET AT LEWISTON
LEWISTON, Ida.. June 1-1. The
Idaho Democratic state convention
will open at Lewlston today at noon
for the purpose of electing delegates
and alternates, to the national' con
vention. Delegates from various parts
of the state began to arrive Yesterday
Robert H. Elders, national committee
man, will seek re-election, and it is
said that he will be opposed by Fred
T. Dubois, former U. S. senator.
A plan for the election of sixteen
de egates. with no alternates, each
delegate having half a vote, is planned.
Indications are that former Governor
James H. Hawley of Boise, will bo in
dorsed as candidate for the vico presi
JAPANESE KILLS SELF
ON BROTHER'S GRAVE
POCATELLO. Ida., Juno 15. Frar'
NIshimora, Japanese, 35 vears old, was
found dead across the grave olv his
brother In the Japanese section of the
cemetery yesterday morning. Indica
tions were that he had committed
suicide Nlshimora's brother died of
influenza some time ago and since his
death, the brother has kept the grave
In order. A .3S caliber revolver was
found clutched in the hand of the dead
The deceased, who operated a pool '
hall on the east side, was mlsslng'since
Saturday night and ho Is thought to'
have committed the act on that night
because of despondency caused by his
RAINS MINER KILLED
BY HIGH TENSION WIRE
SALT LAKE CITY, June 15. Or
zon Rich of Wellington was fatallv
Injured at Rains yesterday while aid"
ing in putting In a tipple at the Car
bon L uel company.
Rich came into contact with a high
tension wire. The accident- happened
at 3 o clock yesterday morning. Rlcn
dying six hours later. He was given
medical attention by mine officials.
The local office of tho Carbon Fuel
company la awaiting detailed news on
ON INSPECTION TOUR.
POCATELLO, Idaho, June 14 'P. L
Nell, commissioner of public welfare,
Is. In Pocatello on -his--return from
tho tuberculosis commission meeCinir
In northern Idaho. Mr. Nclll will leave
tomorrow for Blackfoot to inspect the
.mental hospital. He also has charge
of the home for the feeble-minded at
Nampa, .and .all sanitary and health
work of the state
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It prints the merchant's aama
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It retains an added ana-printed record' ' pri--ch' " V M
It also does .other important things for merchants,' I 11
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;; ?i Old register bought, sold, repaired, and exchanged. ; .': - '.i.'..".. j I
; i Easy payments. Liberal allowance for old registers.' .' ' . I
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;; Oscar Groshell, Branch Manager, 249 State Street, Salt Lake City 'l,fU..- , B I
We mafe cash registers for erery line of business i-'' I I
CASH REgVsVJs . 1
FROM HIS CHERRY TREES
POCATELLO, Ida.. June 15.
Twolvc hundred cherry trees owned
by R A. Tyler In the Crystal Springs
orchards across the Snake river and
about seven miles from Filer, wIlL
bring $30,000 to Taylor this season, it
IDAHO DEAF AND BLIND
HOLD ANNUAL EXERCISES
POCATELLO. Ida.. June 15. The
state school for the deaf and blind
held their graduating exercises at
Gooding last week. Supt. Taylor pre
sented diplomas to Ada Mav Heyhuili
of Rigby from the school foV the deaf
and to Earl Dawson of Emida from
the school for the blind.
tj- LAKE, June 1G. Presidonl
Hober J. Grant of the Utah-Idaho Su
gar company, and C. W. Niblev gen
eral manager, returned yesterday from
the east. At Chicago they negotiated
a loan of $7,o00,000 for the companv
securing the funds througli George H
Burr and company. The funds wili
bo used to enlarge tho companv's
scope of operation.
FLAG DAY ENERGISES.
PARK . CITY, June 14. Flag day
was observed here with a ball game
in the afternoon between the Ueber
City team and the American Legion
I lar Flag day service at the Elks' hall.
CHICK PEA GROWERS OF
MEXICO MARKETING CROP
NOGALES.Arlz,, Juno 14 The Gar
banzo Union of Sonora and Sinaloa
will handle the "chick pea" crop from!
those states this year through the port
of Nogalcs. The organization has per
fected financial arrangements in New
York City for marketing the entire'
crop, estimated this year to be worth1
approximately $0,000,000 and aggre-!
gating 325,000 to 350,000 sacks.
General Alvaro Obregon in 1917 or-1
ganized the garbanzo growers of So
nora and Sinaloa into a union for the
marketing of their crop. Last year
this union was inoperative and tho
growers suffered a loss In profits. This
year I. P. Gaxlola, business manager
for General Obregon, reorganized the
growers into a largor union. I
A Tnv Ynrl- nnmnnn.i In
tho growers In .handling tho garbanzo
crop for 1020 under an arrangement
Whereby it is stated the growers win
rocelve an average of $5 more the sack
than under tho old plan of field mar
keting. Southern Pacific de Mexico cars are
moving into Sinaloa and Sonora to
start tho garbanzo crop toward No
gales. Growers estimate it will re
quire about 1500 cars. The garbanzo
crop, bought on consignment. Is sold
largely to Cuba, Spain and Porto Rico.
SOLDIERS GO PROSPECTING.
WRANGELL. Alaska. Flfteon for
mer Canadian soldiers, all veterans of!
over three years' service in France,
were here recently on their way up
the Stickine river to prospect and de
velop mining properties. Tho Cana
dian government has "grubstaked" tha
men for two years and has ruled their
claims and holdings freo from taxa
tion for several years.
SAY ."DIAMOND DYES"
Don't streak or ruin your material in
a poor dye. Insist on "Diamond Dyes."
Easy directions in overy package.
GIRLS! LEMONS j
I BLEACH; WHITEN I
f I ''
! Make Lemon Lotion to Double j
I Beauty of Your Skin
Squeeze the juice of two lemons info
a oottlo containing three ounces of
Orchard White which can be had at
any drug store, shako well and you
have a quarter pint of harmless and
delightful lemon bleach for few cents.
Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion
into the face, neck, arms and hands
each day, then shortly note the beauly
of your skin.
I Famous stage beauties use lemon
juice to bleach and bring that soft,
clear, r.osy-white complexion. Lemons
have alwnys been used as a freckle,
sunburn and tan remover. Make this
up and try it. Advertisement. j
PRINCETON MAN IS MADE
AMBASSADOR TO GREECE
PRINCETON, N J., June 15. The
appointment of Prof. Sdwards Capps of
'Princton, as United States minister
to Greece, was announced here. The
board of trustees granted him a leave
of absence to accept the post.
Professor Capps has been head of
Iho Greek department .at Princeton
since 1906. He was formerly director
of the American classical school at I
Athens, and was in charge of the Re-1
Cross mission in Greece during the
Sir Auckland Geddes, British ambas
sador to the Untied States, and Lady!
Geildes were among the guests attend
ing the class day exercises at Prince-1
ton today. J
TAMPIC0 ASKS HELP TO
FIGHT BUBONIC PLAGUE
WASHINGTON, June 14. Spread of
thp bubonic plaguo to Tamplco, Mexi
co, was reported to the state depart-'
mcnt today by the American consul'
at that port. The first case proved ;
fatal and theiconsul has been asked
to obtain aid.
Arrival of medical supplies at Vorai
Cruz from the United States was re
ported by the American 'consul there,
who s,-?.l out of 21 cases of bubonic1
plaguo. 23 had proved fatal. Mexican,
fedei : authorities have destroyed'
railwnv tracks for five miles on all"
Jnes leading out of tho city.
POCATELLO'S DANCE 31 ATI, ' hI
POCATELLO. Idaho. June if 1a M
new amusement park Just opened MhIH
south of the city has a dancing pa- M
,vil,on covering nearly a square block v. iHPH
and accommodating between 2000 and ' H
-o00 couples, or approximately one- ' U
I fourth of the populatlon'of this town 'I
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quickly by aklnc wnhoei,remctlicd very v. H
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bright, and. unless afflS J3"0010 H
organic complaint, there la no lth 30mo 1
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51.50 today Wth A? R McIntvr'r.Depo"U H
or any other druggist tar J?I? Pr"S Co. M
iron Phosphate for ?threo Sh . Bood- H
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back and get youf money Vo,1S"fr,,ted H
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