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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY, JULY 1. 1920. j 3 j
Every Vidor Record I
advertised can be obtained
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i i I Just past the s: j
H wil Victor Records lor July 1
j t'1c t)'ac,someness of summer. Cay musical time. . J
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hki fjS Re i the li-t In the big ad opposite, then como In and H
r listen to them played In our demonstration rooms.
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I TURKS REPLY Tfl
TEH5 OF ALLIES'
Declare They Will Cede Smyr
na to Greece Only by Force
N V- of Arms
fll I'AHIS, July 1. The reply of the
H Turkish delegation to tlx- allies con-
H cernliif 'ho Turkish treaty minimis i
HI Turkish responsibility for tho war,
H rcognze the new states of Poland,
Hi ju fro -Si a via and Hedjaz, recognises the
f protectorate of !" r .1 Tunisia
I When Folks
because of cost to
health or purse, they !
I L There's a Reason
and Mor occo, renounces Turkish rights
to the Lihya Islands, in the Aegean
.ea, recognizes the Independence of
Syria. Mesopotamia, ami J 'a lestpie, and
renounces all rights t Egypt- It fur
ther recognizes the rights of Great
Britain In the Suez canal and the Su
dan and also British annexation of the
I viand of t'vpru.H, and renounces Tur
kish rights to'the islands of Improve.
Tenedos, I. . ail, us. S:i mothrace. Myls-
lene, Chios. &mos and Nlkaria,
The reply protests the allot ment of
eastern TlrraW to Greece, declaring
this Violated uie principles of nation
alises and ire- security Of Turkey,
placing the Greek frontier within can
I non range of Constantinople.
The Turks say they cannot adhere
I to the solution of Greek sovercignl
1 over Smyrna and will i ede this terrl
I lory only by force of arms.
MONEY, YES! WATCH, NO'
CONDUCTOR GETS THIEF
( OMAHA. .rb. Con fronted by the
business end of a sh; shooter. B. K.
Harrington, a Em-cl car conductor, sur
rendered ?f.o without resistance the
Other night. Hut when the highway
man demanded that the conductor
"fork over' a waich that belonged to I
his dead wife, Harrington "got busy.")
Snatching the hold tips revolver, j
Harrington beat him into insensibility
with it and then turned him over to
the police. Harrington received a re
ward of f500 for his "capture."
! HARDING'S FORBEARS
PIONEERS OF WEST
WILKESBARKK. Pa. The forbears
o Senator Warren G. Harding, Repub
lican presidential uominec, v re n;i
lives of Wyoming valley. Two of his
ancestor were scalped by the Indians
during the Wyoming massacre and
.their name are Inscribed on the fa
mous Wyoming monument.
bfotorlSU In this country boughl
$r.24,To: Worth of automobiles abroad
Declares Poor Judgment Was
Used In Making Up Plat
B) W II I I VM M SITINGS Kit" W-
(Written exclusively to Universal. 1
, ..pvrlKht. 1920, b) W. J Hryan.)
SAN r li A ' I S ' . June 30 '1 be
convention Is upproaehlnp It" deelsivn
moments. So fnr. they have Blmpl
been ambling the scaffolding; the
construction .of the political edifice Is
soon to begin. The first fight will
be in the commute.- on resolution
when the Subcommittee reports a ten-1
tatlve platform to the full committee
In the selection of th subcommit
tee, Chairman Glass. In collaboration
with Secretar "oiby. who sat by bis
side, departed from the unbroken pre-
, dents thai control popular go.r:i-
ment. It Is universally recognized
that in all deliberative bodies and op-I
posinK parties should be represented!
i, Hi. 11 mOil prominent men. In the
selection of any committee the leader s
of the two Sides arc chosen as a mal
lei of course.
No Republican presiding officer!
would think of picking 01 t Meinocrats
Kss prominent than the Republican
elected, and a Democratic presiding
officer would follow the same rule asj
the Republican. But we have reached
a new t?ra, and Secretary Glass. With
a surprising narrowness of vision, hnsj
seen fit to Ignore men who have a' I
right to expect a place on the commlt
ue which under or dinars clrcum-1
stances writes a pi riform act eptablc
to all or presents the issues to the
In making up his committee or nine.;
Mr. Glass Ignored the vice president,
who represents Indiana On the com
mittee. Twiec the Uislinnuished em-.
Sen from Indiana. preiously a gover
nor of hts stale, has been chosen for
the vice presidency by the same vote;
given to tne president To use a strik
ing expression coined by Senator Joiin-j
son at Chicago recently, there Is only,
a heartbeat between him and the
While House' He is now the choice j
of his state for the presidency, though,
not seeking the place. Strange' that
such a member of the committee
should hne been overlooked.
Senator romerenc. who represents
1 hio on the resolutions committee,!
sat just in front of Chairman Glass. 1
He & not only a prominent member
of the senate and from one of the 1
lour big suites, but he may be 11- ;
garded .is tbe spokesman on the com
mittee for Governor Cox. one of tbe
leading candidates for tile presiden
tial nomination. Senator lomerenej
may be supposed to b.- vitally intei-
ested in tiie platform, and it excited,
some sui prise w hen CI airman Glass
passed him by.
New i'ork will present Governor
Smith, but tho i raphe state is nol
represented on the subcom lttee.
even though that state is represented
,n the resolutions committee by the!
ilonorable Botirke Cockran, a man
who lias many claims to distinction
imp nam States Ignored.
New Jersey, the liome of the presi
dent, has a candidate tor president in
.i.e prison of a govern r whom the
hlef executive cordially congratulated
'when he was elected last fall. Even j
New Jersey's representative on the
committee was 110. appointed on the
'..committee Oklahtma has in-j
vioised Senator Owen and lovva sec-1
In selecting the representatives of
.ew Engianu, 1 halrinun Glass passed
oy Senator S alsn of Miissachusctts
and named the representative of
Maltte. This is the more astounding
when It Is known that Senator Walsh
1 who had been chosen secretary ofi
the resolutions committee) sat bj Mr. j
Glass on the platform nearer to him
than anyone else except his volunteer
aide Secretary Coiby. Senator Walsh
is not only one of ihc ablest Demo
crats in the senate, but he is one of -the
most progressive members ot the
. . . . 1
Even Sena. 01 Smith of South Caro-
Una, who mbv 1 the appointment of,
me committee, was forgotten.
In the appointment of this commit
tee the chairman seemed to have used
an Invisible yardstick or to have chos
en by chemical analysis Severafll
members of the subcommittee are
known to be favorable to ex-Secretary ,
SfcAdOO, while others may be expect-j
id 10 swing into his column when re
lieved Horn allegiance to others, unoj
.,0 remote as myself from the foun
tain of Information. Is unable to Judge1
whether the test of availability foi this
Important subcommittee was personal
or had to do with party platform!!
V. IIYU iiIiiii- I .M-nl .
I may add that the omission of my'
tiamr from the list was to be expected j
first, because my political activities,
though extending over many years
have not ei been SUf fie lent to bring
me w ithin the vision of the gentle-1
man from Virginia; and second bef
cause my contributions to the presi
dent's successes would make my ap
pointment seem like an effort on the
part of the executive .0 Interfere with
the freedom of the committee's de
llberatlons. Never before has a great conten
tion of our party had to deal with
issues so momentous There is at home
an unrest never before known, and'
the old world Is nearer to chaos than,
h has been in centuries If there w.is1
ever a time when Democrats ought to I
take counsel together, and. in gener
ous spirit, seek to understand the new
currents of thought and chart Jhe po-
littcal seas, it Is now. How Inoppor
tune that we should be sent out upon
the angry ocean with sealed instructions.
CALLS NEW SESSION
Tl'vENToN", N. J., July l. Governor
L-.rlw nils has issued a call for the New!
Jersey senate to convene .July 27 to
confirm or reject his appointments to
ih. tate highway commission made'
yesterda) after hi removal of us old
personnel In accordance with a pre
electlon pledge. He met with bitter
opposition during the last session of
the legislature when he tried to have
enacted legislation authorizing hlm to
oust the board.
os 1 N'TIOS PROGR M.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 1 Today's
Democratic convention program:
Meets at 1 1 a. m
Prayer by the Rev. Josiah Sibley,
Calvary Presbyterian church, San
Resumption f cal of states for pre
sentation of presidential candidates.
Name of lohn W. Iavls. West Vir
ginia, ambassador to Great Britain, to
Report if platform committee, it
! ready; otherwise recesj or adjourn
I it ..l CLOSED.
NEW FORK, July 1 Tire New
Wik stock exchange 4 1 1 be closed
Saturday, Sunday end Morulas' over
the Fourth of Jui. the board of gov
ernors announced today.
Mexico's national debt Is about 1,40,
I 1. (in .11.01 pesos JTO.nou.OOuj.
I24S HUDSON AVE. FONE TOUR FIVE
EVERYTHING FOR EVERY SPORT FOR EVCetV SEASON
BE PREPARED FOR THE 4th I
BIG TWO-DAY CELEBRATION 4 II
Two glorious days of camping, swimming, fishing, hunting j
and sports of ail kinds. Let us help you celebrate. Come in
and see the largest variety of outing goods in the state &
be prepared for your vacation trip. gf Jp m
& "Properly Equipped" 11
SWIMMING Means a Good Time!
Ss 5i All Su KiincF Sport jl The peiion wh0 bas bcen properly utfitted is j I
Don't miss the fun for want of an attractive j&'J ' , j r
sou iiiioo n.c want m our large stock of outing duds for
suit We have something tnat will appeal to Li&$iti ra-isdr . ,
9 glp both men and women.
"0U in te 'test s coior cmbi
COMFORTABLE CAMP FURNITURE j 1 ; I
Makes Camp Life Enjoyable J I
The usefulness oi camp furniture does not end with the trip J nT ' 1
it is just as appropriate on the lawn or porch a large S m j) (j ,4 gjjy
'jmUMll variety of tents, cotr, chairs, mattresses, and other camp fur- :rt&"
yTPwSJFvv cishings arc on exhibition at our store. 1 " : Vidljgei5 ''
llSI2i Our solid comforl reclining chairs are always in demand j
VWWwSi whether in camp, on the lawn or on the perch
TfflBii A Mding c'"3ir ,s ahvays 'EftSHSrl Your Memory ; I
Waich 6ur Windows (or CampSuggesUons-They Will Make Your (lutings LBjoyable j I
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U. S. Ni POWER
Former Chicago Man Sur
rounds Himself With Secret
aries and Rules In State
IRKUTSK, Siberia., June 20 -Thj
rise to power of A. T Krasriotcbf Vof f , I
foreign minister of Ihe far eastern
republic, who claims American citi
r.. nsliip nnd who Is broadcasting from
Verkhne-Udinsk, irans-iiaikalla. newa
..f tbe birth of t i - far eastern lfpuh
lie, is a typical -tt.ry of the return to
mc ir former activities of revolutionary
leaders ihrouehout Siberia who had
been aiding In tho Siberian wild or
imprisoned since ihe loup of the late
limirnl Kolchajl interrupted the.
course of. he revolution.
The broken threads of coverniuental
experiment west of Lake Baikal ha
been taken up. the whole country baaj
Joined BOVlel Russia and bolshevikl
rule is absolute. Eastward of Lake
Baikal, except In ihe Chita district,
which General Semenoff continues to
(lominate, there cwists a soealled buf
fer state, dominated by the plclur
esque figure of A S. Tobelson who,
v.ntil July, 191$, was a Chicago law-
Tobelson now Is known as A T.
ICrasnotobekoff He writes in English,
later translating them into Russian,
mi. pap rs and memoranda. He has
1 ussians who have b'eu in the United
States as secretaries and calls the
nembters of his party "the boys". He
interviews himself and circulates ihe
I Interviews in his own news servke.
Popular In Di9tnct.
: Krasnotchekofl appears u be pop
ular in the trans-Baikal district, hav-
jinp been seated as n peasant delegate
at ihe Verkhnc-l'dinsk assembly in
..ril, rccelviuR 280 votes ns agal. :t
209 for the nxt most popular candi
date He arrived in Vladivostok In
1918, and went to Khabarovsk, where
j he headed the far eastern soviet,
which .mis know i as a moderate body,
aud dominated It by his personuliu
Being driven out of Khabarovsk when
the Interventioniata, Including tb.e
Wmi rlcans, advanced In August. 1918,
KiasDotchekotf wandered westward
and ended up in prison under his as
sumed name in Iikutsk. llf was freed
in January, 1920, when the local so-
USE YOUR HEAD
IN SENDING HOG'S
I HMD, IS ADVICE
SACRAMENTO. July 1.
"Use your be:.d if you have a
clog's head." the hoard of
i health here warns. It a quite
the rage now to kill dogs and
?end their heads for hydropho
bia examination. But the dog
killers haven't used ice and
they have sent tlir grisly c::
dibits to the wrong office and
hence the board of health is ask
ing greater care
cial revolutionists, ended the Kolchak
WASHINGTON, July 1 Plans for
coordinating th- speaking ..impawn
Of the Republicans were discus-sed at
a conference today between I'haiiman
llus of the national committee., and
Rep Fesa of hlo. chairman of tbe
congressional campaign committee
Practically all the Republican sena
tors and at least fifty members of the
h.nisr; aie expected to stump the
country . ,
The speaking campaign, it was aaia,
probably will not begin Until after the
IbBl si.rie primaries have been held in
The spellbinding campaign, it was
decide. 1. Will In charge of Mr. Hays.
Mr. Peis and Senator Polndextet of
Washington, chairinan of the Repub
lican senatorial committal Speakers'
bureaus will be maintained at New
;York and Chicago.
UNION CHIEF AND
PINE BLUFF, Ark.. June 30 J S
Kubanks, president of the St. Louis,
Yardmen's association and J P. Are
gOOd, .. I'.nptlst minister of St Louis,
were escorted out of town by a cltl--hiis'
committee of nine as they were
about i" address s mass meeting of
U-bor union sympathizers here to
night. They wcro taken three miles,
from 'be fRV. pnrtlallv stripped,
Whipped with switches cut from trees
and told to stny away from the city
ftHOHlG W SHItlNDHS"
il l TOI t.U LUCK
ijKAND RATI US. Mich. These are
tough days for Michigan moonshiners.
County officers brought in a whole
drayload of Bt t lis. seised In the swamp j
district around Kn la m-'Q.
WEDS UTAH SOLDIER
WO LOST HIS SIGHT
SEATTLE, Julv 1 -Wilforl C. (Jal
;(ins, cf SaK Lake City, who .o;r ',i.
i in ihe world war and who was
awarded the croix de guerre was uun
Iritd i Frieda L Navea of Tacoiua
here 'ast n'f:-M The wedding wn? the
, in-Mint, of a romance which started
caly in 1917 wli. n Calkind w is a sl
di.t at Camp ie wis.
They wiii iiiaRe tneir home lfl 6 It
SOVIET AGENT WILL
GO FOR INSTRUCTIONS
LONDON, July 1. The London
Times announces that Leonids Kras-,
sin. Soviet minlatei of trade and com
merce, will leave London for Blow OJI
tomorrow In order to consult wilh his
government The Times advances the
opinion that this indicates n rupture
In the negotiations which M. Ktassln 11
carrying on looking to a re- t iH
sumption of trade relations.
FOUR DOLLARS PAID
FOR FIRST NEW WHEAT !
BALTIMORE, July 1 The record Vt
I price of $! a bushel was obtained on rH
the ilrivir ui the chamber of commerce fiH
!r the lirxt new wheat to reach Cal-
Tho first receipts came from Vri-
rinia. The fir:- arrivals last yeaf iil
came "n June 10. also from Virginia. iH
a. id sold for -?-.i5 a bushel lH
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DKSIUrs TO RETIRK.
OTTAWA. Jul; 1 Desire to retire lH
from public life was expressed by Sir iH
Uoberl Borden, premier of Canada, at jl
h general caucus of unionists here to- jiH
Thi K'rn annual income of mov- ih
ing picture theatres in this country Is Jl
Kew Hiasr Srowth I
Piter BALDNESS I
HAIR GROWN ON MR. BRTTT AIM'S BALD HEAD BY
INDLANS' MYSTERIOUS HAIR GROWER
Mt head xt las top aact btck ras Bbsolntely bald. The n tip 0BN3Qs.
vii thinr An ciper; 3'rt thtt a bo though! Ibo hair root rrf i j JvAChJv !
jl unci . fid thcro nn no hopo of est oTer ha ; a now bair growtb. ff HQya
Yt uow. fit nn aco orer 00. 1 h a liixurlant gTOWlh of soft. A
ftroaj, luttroua Loir! No trace of baldoecc. Tho pictures ibown yfc
ber are from in; photographs. J '"r
Indians' Secret of Hair Growth JSSk. -f j
At a time when I hs,d become discouraged at & jWBKC-m
"v trving various hair lotions, tonrcs. specialists' fc jiife", BW
treatments, etc., I came across, id n,y irach. jjjMflj V flE'i
iHKt v Cherokee Indian ' medicioe ' who had an JSSm aVJv
ftluir that he insere rated would grow mv hair, 1
v2B'7 Aithoogh I had but littlo fc.h, I gave it a trial. From rcctnl fkoto.
YvfV H t To my nmnieaient a light fuii Boon appeared. It developed. d7 by
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jfcffiftft'' T thol I -izs Ittonishid and hat-fy it txfrtiSir.j n; slate -f n:r.i mildly.
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MbV T iJRl tle 6C'P- awaiting the l'ertiliung potency of l'9 mysterious pomade.
BBETBkSE necotiated for and cam int pncsirn of the primtple for
BPTTSw prci'aring this mysterious elixir, now .-r.lled Kotnlto, and later had
, the recipe rut into practical form by a chcm.s!
I Photo uv.rn bald. That my own hair growth was permanent hts been amply proved.
llX7 eta and women, also children, baro reported satisfactory results from Kotalko.
How YOU May Grow YOUR Hair
My bonest belief is that hair roots rarely die even when
ths ha:r falls out through dandruff, fever, excossivo dryness .eSSa
I , .... I or other disorders. I huvo been told by
I SOLU BY experts that often when hair falls out
; . ':ie. the roots become imbedded within tho aTRv f i
f t riincl ' ecalp covered by hard skin, so that the l MlSktLiMi
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JOHN HART BR1TTAIN, , Station F, New York City