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4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920,
I THE STANDARD-EXAMINER
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I HOW THE ELECTION WILL BE WON
This flection, for the first time in yean, will be in great part
decided by the notification and acceptance speeches in Marion and
Dayton, Ohio. Everything depends n what Harding and Cox have t i
say in answer to the big question:
I 'i oh ibil ion.
A message from Marion says -l Frank Hanley, Former puvenmr
f Indiana, who wps the prohibit ion candidate for president in 1!1H.
visitc.l Senator Harding. Il' spent an hour in talk with the senator
and v.lun In- came oul announced that he hoped to ! able 10 support
the Republican tickel , that he was waiting for th - cccti f accept
ance, and that he did no1 see how prohibitionists could support Cox
"I have talked the situation over with Senator Hnnting and have
given him my views, ' said Mr lianly. "' talk, to him in regard
io the silence of the Democratic aud Republican platform in regard
to tie Eighteenth amendment and the Volstead ac. and ii enforce
ment. 1 did DOt nek him for any commitments; lie made none.
"1 do not think tli' prohibition 1 m rt should nominate a candidate
for president this year The will hold a convention tn Lincoln on
July 21. In mow of the amendment and the sustaining of the law
by the supreme court, the mallei resolves iiselt on the ucstion ci
maintenance of tlie law and must largely he Fought nx in congres
"I hope to he abh 10 support Senator Harding and the Repub
lican ticket and give what assistance to it 1 can I am uniiinp :
hear what the senator says ni his speech of acceptance. Many pro
hibitionists feel as I do i think ii will he difficult for prohibitionists
io support Cox in view of the Cacl that his nomination was brought
about by the work of New York and New .ler.s- Tammanvs. It
was decided at French Lick ten days before the convention It is
hard for a candidate to get awaj lYoni those who made him'
It has been reported that the Democratic leaders of the convic
tions of Bjennan, Murphy and Taggart have advised that the west
bo abandoned to Harding and Hi- hi;.' cities of the east he made the
battle ground. on the theorj that light wines and bee will give the
large centers oi population to Cos The vote in thi large .cities looms
1oo large and all out of proportion to the votes L tin. country dis
tricts, but the Democrats will show fetter j'udgmenl if. in a study
of campaign possibilities they trace the Bource of rivers and learn
therefrom a lesson in politics
No river gushes out of tin side of a mountain wells up from an
opening in the plain Irresistible tr-ai.:s have their origin in little
rivulets, which unite to form brooks that feed creelcs and make larger
streams. The might v Amazon starts where a man's ban. I can block
the flow, but it empties into th ;: on a delta !:" mdes wide.
The rivulets of votes in the smaller districts will make the
stream which, in this election will float the successful political bark.
I WEST WILL DECIDE ELECTION
Political wisdom would dictate thai the two grp.it parties center
their best efforts m tin- wesl For a number of years, 'lie west has
decided the national elections.
There was a time when neither the Republican .ior Democratic
party had hopes of winning a presidential campaign without New
York and one or two other big eastern states Elections now are
being won with New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois ami Ohio all in' tin
The west is made up oi a more independent v"Ung body of men
and women Here the citizen must convinced no1 by an appeal
to party prejudice, but by ri ason, ami the Lightness with which party
pride rests upon the p ople off 1 s to the campaign! f .1 opportunity
which is lacking in rock-ribbed itates Biicli as Pennsylvania.
Utah, Idaho. Wyoming, Montana, Nevada Oregon Washington
and California are not fixed in party allegianci Either Btate wili
vote for the side that makes the mosl impressive presentation of th
j In New York state the fight generally i- v ..rddicelcr against
warddieeler with tin' machine as the bi deti-rminin.g fat'lnr In the
west the individual is more disposed to assert bis own views rather
than plarc his thinking in the keeping of a political boss
ThHs presidential campaign should be fought where the people are
responsive to clear thinking and high principles.
As goes the west this time, so will go tin- nation.
I KILLING OF A BABY
f Almost every day there is an automobile accident in Salt Lake
il City Friday evening a babj was crushed to death. The daj before
a party of three suffered Beverc injuries The machines are killing
and maiming, and much of this destriu tion is from disregard of traffii
and extreme carelessm M
Here in Ogden the accidents have not been s numerous ami
deaths have not occurred, but the spcedmu goiii(,' on along Lincoln
I. avenue, up and down Twenty-fourth street and th. oliicr paved dis
tricts of the city, only need he persisted in and the deaths will come
The city authorities are starting a crufi ide againtl this reckless
ness in driving and soon the police court reports will be enlarged bj
fines anil forfi Mures from this sour
An automobile driven may travel thirty miles or forty miles an
hour through the streets and not have an accident Until the unex
pected happens. Then, if he does not kill himself, he will kill some
jj one else, or cause great pain and suffering He will plead in extenu-
I ation everything but the right thing which is this .
Speeding on city streets, long persisted, will bring death with
the same certainty that time does
I Better quit the pastime of reckless driving before death knocks
at your door.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERET TRUE
- -d s AtO t s.aw Tne r-eccoij
- That iA s coimq. to tiiv my
rz cco cu , t "'' I
I MUST iUT 'jYCUifC 1
f.lHlt-V? VOU'Ri TA-KlVJC5i WITH A MAN I
DGM'T fVMGUMG WITH T"H3 . -.
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DR. VANCE'S DAILY ARTICLE
3y DR JAMES I. VANCE
What sorl ol a world would it be
l If everybody wore jus-t like you?
Would you care to live iu such a
! world? Suppose everyone treated his
neighbor as you tieat yours, and con
ducted h!. business as you conduct
yours. Suppose all homes were like
What kind of a nation would it
I te if every citizen treated his citi
zenship ,;s you treat yours? What
j would be the business life of your
lown if your, ideals and practices
were adopted by the rest of the
, communfi Would the world be
belter or worse if you were univer
salized? Has a man an right to expect the
world to be better thun ho is? Is
1 here any reason why he should ex
pecl other men to treat thler wives
better tha he treats bis, or to go to
1 church oftener than he does, or to bo
I more generous In charities than he
is, or to be more public-spirited and
patriotic than himself
Come out of the fog bank and get
BY UNCLE SAM, M D.
iealth Questions Will Oe An
bwtrcd if Sent to Information
Bureau, U. S. Public Health Serv
ice, Washington, O C.
CARE OF THE i YES.
The normal c us, In onlec to be
saved imnfu.vnr; strain, nhould work j
under tbo best conditions nt u 1 1 timet
For Instance the iigiit should always I
bp sufficient, but never glary. and, as
Cur !i posslblo, it should fail directly
uion the work In band and not upon '
the fnce. Tbo work alze of type for!
exempli should be su h as will not i
require unusual effort on the part of
the eyes Neither should u personi
Overwork his eyes any more thun anv
other organ of the body.
If h person's eyes have an uncor
rected optlc-ul defect u (riven amount
or use will tire thorn more thun those
optically perfect, and such perMons,
ihoul'i govern their use a-i ordlngly
However, any evidence of eye-strain'
or imperfeit vision should .always be
reason to consult a competent ocullnt.J
Never neglect 'hr ryes, for through
them comes more than half of life's
(J. What makes my f'.nper nulls
ridge and lull of white BpoU '
A. II Is mosslble to aa what the
cause of this condition may be. The
Condition, however. Is so entirely
I harmless that you Hhouid nop worry
I lng ubout it.
Q. Please tell me If there is any
euro for diabetes. What arc the slgim
f dlnbetes? I had the flu and since
then my chest has a hoavj feeling, but
' I do not cough. I am not ver strong.
Is It a sign of bronchitis'' " Do ou
know OI ,-,nv Rod blood tonic?
A You nro evidently attempting to
dlngnose your own condition For this
reason I am not telling you the signs
i of diabetes. You should be. sure to
I go to a reputable physician, have him
Kive you D thorough examination and
I see what Is wrong.
I a real sight of your.oelf. and say
out loud whether vou want to he nni
iversallied or retired from circula
tion. Are you the species of the
genus homo fittest to survive
I Society Is made up of social unit.s
I There is no wholesale way of malt
ling a better town or a greater nation
Society cannot rise higher than the
'level of the people who compose so
'fiet. The whole thlug hinges back
on the individual and you are one of
them You cannot hide oul .You
jrtre bound to be counted.
The only way a man can lift the
social level is to be as decent an In
dividual as he knows how. It is not
desired that he ape his neighbors or
j try to be a twin to anybody Let
him be true to himself. Let him
make his own life fit His Maker
would not have made him Just a lit
tle different from his fellows if he
had wanted him to be a duplicate of
anyone else. Hence the only man lit
to be universallzi-d Is the nian who
Is intensely individualized. There
fore, "Stir Into a flame the gift that
Is in thee "
THE r u n O
The great Pacific ocean enjoys a
Well-eamed fame; avoiding vain com
motion, she days her placid gume
Hay after da her waters roll b with
dovelike roar, while 1 and other
Bquattera lie dreaming on the shore
No wild and angry breakers assail th;
brownstone cliffs; no busy undertakers
st arch on l be l each for stifts: for
thf-res no wreck or ruin beside these
gentle waves, and there Is nothing
doln In storms and snllois graves. The
woozy old Atlantic that swats the east
ern coast is nearly always frantic a
rough house is Us boast It rears
around and thunders, and throws an
hourly fit. until a voter wonders Just
what Is eating It. It rages are terrific
and boisterous its fun, unlike the mild
Pacific that slumbers in the sun, I am
a Judg'- of o eans, I've studied them
for long- they till me with emotions
that find their vent in song. And
these Tacific waters my wearied soul
enohant; they please my wife and
daughters, likewise my maiden aunt.
THINGS WOMEN WANT
i acli day 11 given, with it correct
answer om- question naked the stu
dents at the Chicago School of Folltl-
I cat I dm alum for Women.
63. How arc party eonven
tions called ?
A county convention Is called by
the county committee ; a party; s
state convention Is called by the state
'committee; and a national convenllor
I by the national committee.
STATE AND IDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
BASE KILLED Ml
Two Year Old Son of N. C.
Ellis of Salt Lake Crushed
SALT 1 a EC Bp July 10. Edward Ki
lls. 24-year-old son of Nathaniel CJ
Sills, secretary of the Tracy Loan &
Ti ust company, was instantly killed
shortly after s o'clock last night when
jan automobile driven ly Mr Kllis col
lided with another car and tipped j
ocr. pinning the boy bencuth and I
crushing his chest, and breaking his I
The Bills machine crashed Into a.
car driven by S. K Hooper, 832 Park
way avenue at State street and Kelsey j
Mrs June Beattic, 67 years of age,
of 216 Bast First South street, wife ofi
William Beattie.'an employe of the
Constitution building, both riding in1
the Kills machine, sustained a
Wrenched bn !. a laceration of thC
nose and a severe nervous shock.
Richard, 5 years of age. second son of,
Mi and Mrs Kills, received a lacera-j
Hon on bis foreht id.
Thi- accident happened when the:
Kills automobile which Was traveling1
north on State s feet at approximate
y fifteen or twenty miles an hour.,
struck the Hooper machine as it came
Wesl into State street out of Kelsey
avenue The e-olllslon took pluce ten
feet from the east car track, directly,
in the line of travel for all vehicles go-
lng north on State street
The occupants of the Kills automo
bile were Mr. Kills, who was driving;
his two boys. Richard, 3 years of age.!
and Kobert. 6V2 years of age. all of
whom were seated In front, while Mrs.1
Kill., and Mr. and Mrs Beattic werel
Jn the back seat. Edward Ellis, who
was killed was Seated oil his mother s
lap and the torce of the Impact hurled
I him from her arms beneath the side
;of tbo automobile as it overturned.
Those In the Hooper automobile werel
Mr Hooper, driving, . id his two chll-!
idren, Lois, aged !, and Thomas. t.
Phe llgh'ei Bills automobile serlk-j
lng the heavier ear driven by Mr
j Hooper was overturned. The Hooper
.machine was turned completely
I around and when stopped WSJ facing!
I in the direction whence It had come.1
All the occupants of the Kills auto-i
I mobile were Imprisoned in the en-1
.closed car und were only extricated
When persons attracted by the noise
j ol the collision assisted In righting the.
The p.ianna of the Bible Is an
I ulation tn various plants caused by
' attacks of an Insect
LIVELY TILT IN
Woman Who Shot Husband in
Lea to Contest His
W ith the filing of a counterclaim In
I the district court It Is Indicated that
Mrs. Elvira Hansen Intends to contest'
I the action for divorce brought by Will-,
'lam Hansen whom she shot In tn'
(legs last March during a quarrel.
In his complaint, which was filed
recently, Mr Hansen charges his wife,
J with crueltv and infidelity and names
one Kdward Hellman as corespondent
He further alleges that she spent
m ij evenings with other men at par
ties and on automobile rides, remain
ing away from home until the early,
; morning hours.
In her counterclaim Mrs. Hansen
! denies the allegations and charge.
I the husband with cruelty and explains
that he Is of a quarrelsome disposition
and at various times struck her. She
alleges he left him and filed act ion
i for divorce which she was denied, and
Hansen annoyed her so that she shot
i him in the legs.
Ilanscns arrest followed one of the,
quarrels In which he was charged wlthi
disturbing the peace The couple were
I married in Copenhagen) Denmark
I The have three children
Name Men to Raise
W J. Parser and M S Browning
of Ogden were yesterday named as
; members of a finance committee eon
latatlng of twenty Ktahns. whose duty it
will ie to raise money with which to
finance 'be remoeratic campaign in
1 l.'tah this fall. Slate headquarters will
bf opened soon probably In the New
house hotel in Salt I aki
Members nf the committee selected
art Ueorge II Den, temporar chair
man! Anthony W. Vina Governor
I Bamberger. Culbert U ' b-en, William
I R W allace. Frank Tlngree. W. W
Armstrong, Aahl Snow, eleorge Alder
j j Halloran and T. A. Williams of
;Salt Kike. W. J. Tarker and M. S.
I Browning of Ogden; 1 Will Knight of
iPrOVO, David Thomas of Kogan. ; M.
Whltmore of Mephl, W Clyde of Efeber
j. P. Tolton of Beaver ami K. H Ftcdd
' of Blending
SALT LAKE WOMAN
INJURED IN ACCIDENT
SALT LAKE, July 10 Mrs M P. j
Anderson, 65. of ,36 North Third,
West street, Is In a serious condition
at her home from Injuries sustained j
In nn automobile accident Wednesdai
night in Immigration canyon, Mr? An
derson suffered Injuries to her head
and spine, and her daughter, Delia,
IS. Is recovering from severe boely
bruises at the Holy Cross hospital.
The automobile driven by Harlnf
Anderson, II, son of Mrs. M P, Ander
son, developed Steering gear trouble
while ascending Emigration canyon
near Kllllan, on the way to the An
tierNon cabin fourteen miles from Salt
Lake, and overturned on striking the
hillside. Others In the machine were
Mrs A Anderson, .'-a (rears of age. who
lives on Third North between Seventh
.md Eighth West streets, her daugh
ter, Ruth, ten years Of age. anel Ida
Anderson, 10. daughter of C. M. An
dersOn, 3 7 r Quince street
l-'ella Anderson was pinned beneath
the overturned cai In such a position
that her knees were forced upon her
chest and she was unable to move
while gasoline ran from the damaged
K.'ixollne tank Into her mouth All
the other members of the party were
able to get out from under the fallen
machine and with the arrival of help
from n passing automobile the Im
prisoned girl was freed
FORMED AT TWIN FALLS
TWIN FALLS, Ida. Jul;. 10 Or-j
ganlzatlon of u citizen constabulary Is 1
being perfected here with Mayor R. H.
Kldrldgo In charge against the grow
ing evil of speeding on paved streets j
Certain men In certain districts of I
the city will be vested tvitn authority
to make arrests of lolntors for speed-1
lng. The names 0f the officers will
be known only to the mayor anel th'-j
chief of police. It Is said
D. A. R. TO CELEBRATE
AT POCATELLO FORT
POCATBLLO, July 10 The Daugh
ters of the American Revolution will
hold a gala celebration at the site of
the old Kort Hall July 26. according
to word given out today. Dr. Minnie
Howard la the chairman in charge of
GAS WORKERS NAME
MAN TO ARBITRATE
?AKT LAKE CITY, Tuly 10 The
workers of the Utah Gas and Coke
companyi who are asking an Increase
of wages at th expiration of the pres-I
cut working agreement, July 15 have
named George H. IslaUb to arbitrate!
their differences. A strike has st no)
time been contemplated, according to
Kobert Stewart, chairman.
GET 5 MONTHS
FDD GRIP THEFT
Edward Raddick and Everett
Ross Sentenced by Judge
Klve months In the county Jail was
the sentence Imposed by Judge A. E.
Pratt In the district court upon Ever
ett Koss and Edward Raddic k. Thoyj
were charged with obtaining a suit
case from the American Kxpre.-s com-)
panv by fraud.
It Is alleged that the two men were'
in the Reno Nev , express office when
A A Kerner appeared with a suit
case. The two men watched him pack,
it anel determined bis name when he
signed the express receipt, according
to the testimony
After reaching Ogden the men are
sa!d to have appeared at the express
office and explaln'ng that the lost
their r celpl for the suitrne described
the contents and were given the bag.
Kerner appeared later with the receipt
but the grip o gone.
Roq and Kaddlck were arrested at j
Pocatello a few das later and were,
returned here for trial
Hinckley to Talk j
I at Provo Meeting
Superintendent E P. Hinckley ofi
,ibe Stat. Industrial school will .
an address Sunday at a union meeting
I of the Relief society at Provo His
.subject will be "How the Auxiliuryj
Organisations of the Church May Helpj
to Avoid Delinquency
Barn Destroyed by
Fire; House Scorched
A barn belonging to T. (.'. l-'oley.
233:' Jefferson avenue Was destroyed
b fire yesterday. The fire sturtcil '
from burning grass at the rear of thol
hulldlng A second call of the fire de
partment was made to 548 Twenty-'
fourth street shortly after the Foley
f:re It was caused l sparks frem
the chimney. Kililo damage was done.
j DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Olivia's Friend Is Quite the Cut-Up By ALLMAN
j HfcLEM, lb OLIVIA'S 1 SMODIO UorB MoT ! feBjg
CALLED STILL STtCMAl'j rJO,lTUu bC- ICFT HER
ARoiC HEPt VET? ATf hhim FBI
B j MU p-l, SAN GooOWlGMT' H
frOMV 1-16. THAT DO VOi '&p
GOV - teVon'r Look- sa That p stu rmo
iiwrs. ME. kxeW OJOUCHI FAULT WTTM EVEfZW afig
UKO HE. KMEK &WOlA,M ffLLCVj THAT COeS Kg
To KNO! WWEM TO "TO CALL- oM OUVA-
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Til AT ITo A4EACJ-V go AJO SEaJP Weft. Ta . W flfl
Tweuve oclock AMOf) j eooM -JllPl
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CANADIAN IS J
HELDjT ELLIS I
Former Member of Parliament
Accused of Rather Shady
I NEW YORK. July 10. Arthut fcJ
lEcremnt. former member of th- mJrz
Canadian parliament, against whom IKi
deportation proceedings are pending,
was remanded to detention quarters at
I the Bllii Island immigration station IHll
I hers today when instructions ordering HK1
the cancellation of his $10,000 bond firs
I were received from the secretary Ol finil
I Ecrement whose name figured In flujHs
the trial of Jules V. tNlcky) Arn- p'
stein, alleged New York bond theft LflF
plottet Is aid to be wanted in Canada fKj
1.. . ;,;,! .it -1 In financial Iransac- f Hiv
tn.ni through which wealthy Cana- sjL.
dlana are said to have lost heavily.
The technical charge against Bcro- I 4m
menl lx that he entered the United I '-'S
Stntes without being examined at the I.V'sI
boreler. I ijv'
Ths cast will be resumsd tomorrow
before I 1 commlsslonei of Immlg S
1 '"' I P
M Ichael J Co laid to 1 I '
of those who lost throng' Borsment'S IT
alleged activities 1 1 1 nave 'obi L -
Immigration officials that Ecrement I
Induced him and e)thers to lay wagers fa'ii'
on horse races on the strength of what I ,4
bona fide" ad- S ;
vance Information. I
Utah Man Heads H
WASHINGTON, July 9 Brigadier- WsM
Oenernl Krank T. Ulnes, of Salt Lake, BP?'
chief of the bureau of transportation '
In the War department, was deslgnat- Rai'
d todr- by Becretarj Baker to head Hvfiii
thn Inland .and coastwise waterways
service, established under the ftOW -
assist in the development or inland ;
water routes und lines. r '
BOYS WHO ROB BANK
CAUGHT AND CONFESS
OMAHA, July 10. Two young men, CBIffie
caught following th bb ry of the Q
Bunk of Waterloo, of Waterloo, Neb., IkIt
were brought to the county Jail Ht 1 e Bf
late todo They geve their nam fe. '
Oscar Yoos. aged 19, of Granada, Psui-'P
Colo., and J. W. Oruu, aged -1, of Cp' I''
Council Hluffs. la. The latter told the fi$W-
sheriff that hi parents llveel In Man- nlrt'i&'f
ning, La ash ti italllng 1.6 1 kei w1".,
from the bank was recovered. fib'a
Cashier A. T. Strntton was alone
when two arn.ed strangers held him Wfmt ''''' '
up and look the mnik" from tho safe Iwiv'-i
'i hr robbers drove awaj In en auto- .
mobile, but according to advices re- Fis'oH
celved hei 1 s si e cap ured boul an t
hi ui lal 1 bj Waterloo citizens, pur- 1
them 1 n .1 motor c.i 1 . -iijS
One of the captives helped to locate ff,
the money. It was found near the K
roadslelc a few miles from Waterloo. P 'r
MAIL PLANE SMASHED.
T'l'.i'N ill . July u--i ' 'HiEstsP
aerleJ mall plane No. lO-i, f lying from PaH'wM
t'hlcugo to Umaba. was forced to land B tieV''
in a field wesl ol Dixon 11 morning f I
becnuse of engine trouble und in at- M St
ii mpn 1 1 li ni 1;
hl engine. the machine plow l i
through two fences, badly damaging fi&IB
the machine. The mail was forward I Uflfmlfe
GEORG1 N FLAG SAL1 rED
LSATCM, Transcaueaislu, July 7 V Blilffo
By The Associated l'rcss ) The Brit- I Kg;ri
lsh and French turned the city anel I I
province of Batum oor to the Geor- .lv
glan republic today. All of the Brit- j ;;
lsh and French warships saluted tho fl? !
Georgian flag. The Georgian Shore M Jb'r
batteries returned the honors, The iia J HKwfy
was eclobrated as u great holiday I Bnp';
HELEN V ATTORNEY I RJ ED. I
HELENA. Mont.. July I 0 Welling- 1
ton E. Rankin, Helens attorney, and KjS!
brother of Miss Jcanettc Hunkin. for- 1111
mer repi eseniative In congress. Is free IgWiTr
cf contempt charges following the de- P
ol I 1 u r e 00 u r I 1. 1 w
down annulling the order of District W$W2
Judge Lee Word of Helena. Rankin F"ii'
was adjudged guilty of contempt dui- P-t
lng the trial here of P. F. Kalnvllle jtr
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