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r THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY MORNING. JULY II, 1920. . (J
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I TWENTY MILLION IN EIGHTEEN UlTIES.
in the four largcsl cities in the United States there are over eleven
million people and in the eighteen cities of the iir-i an. I second class
there are nearlj twenty million The growth of (Ik- cities, according
to the census figures follow -1920
New York City 5,621,151 4,766,888 3,487,202
Chicago ' 2f70lj212 2,185,283 1,698,575
Philadelphia . . I 823 158 1 549,008 I 293,697
Detroit 993,739 4;:..7fii 285,704
Cleveland 796836 560;663 381,768
St Louis 773,000 887.029 575,238
Boston . ". 747,1)2.'. 670,583 580,892
Baltimore 783,826 .vs.4k: :08,n:.7
Pittibiira 588,193 533.905 451,512
Los Angelea 575,480 319;198 102,479
San Francisco 508,410 416,912 J42,782
Buffalo 503.87.-) 423,715 352,387
Milwaukee 457,147 173,857 285,315
Washington 437,414 131,069 278,7-18
Newark . 415,609 :47.4t.n 246,070
Cincinnati 401,1 : :m,W :vi,Wl
New Orleans 387,408 339.075 287,104
Minneapolis 380,498 301.408 202,718
In ten years, Detroil increased in population nt the rate of 52,791
a year aiid this rate f increase was pxccodPtl b no other eity ex
cept N.-w York, which grew 85.426 fl year. That ia equivalent to
annexing a large city each year
At the old folks' outing at Lorin Fan- park lasl week, there were
many men and women who were horn before Chicago came mto ex
iatenoe, and now thai metropolis of the lakes bas nearly three million
inhabitants While Detroit's recenl growth is phenomenal, Chicago's
development is unequaled in any part of the globe.
I CHILDREN HAIL AMERICA
Sunday was the second Fourth of July nince American troops did
their full part m ending the world's war and on thai occasion 20,000
French orphans, whose fathers had losl their liv i in the greal con
flict, marched pasl Hugh C Wallace the American ambaesadoi is
he stood in the Tuileries pardens In Paris. The children dipped min
tature American flags as a tribute to the United Stairs and they
shouted in French, "Long live America
That is gratitude It is ; demonstration greatl; pleasing to Amer
ica, for all of uk desire to be appreciated and know thai our deeds of
kindness ha- c borne fiuit
As the years by, unless the unexpected bappens, the French will
grow in admiration of Americans When the children ol the war
pormd hecome the men and women oi the republic which American
soldiers saved from destruction, Prance will be even more intensely
devoted by the admiration ol tins country in 1917 and lrl there
was not a village or city in Prance thai did not receive an impres
simi ril the power and glorj of Americti arid no child vim came in
eontact with that might) force, in the darkesl hours of apprehension,
could have been other than impressed al a time when the dc pest im
pressions oi life are being recorded
In fact, the world had an opportunity to be impressed with the re
source in men and money of the United States, and do country, w
ma sa. escaped s lesaon in the strength of America Even those
who fought ;i i oiu rin inn s had their lesson, perhaps bj far the most
I INVASION OF GERMANY
Etaving signed the protocol for speedy disarmament, the German
leaders again have escaped a crisis in their internal affairs Had
Chancellor Pchrenbach and lr Simons refused to attach their signa
tures, the allied troops would bav immenced their march into the
Ruhr district and the invasion would hav subjected an enlarged area
of Germany to the humiliation of being under heel b a powerful
military force. 1
That these military invasions' inflict hardships on i ho invaded is
made plain when it is stated that troops going into a district are
billeted on the homes. In Coblenz, when the Americans entered, the
city had been gone over and home!, without regard to the social
sia'nding of the owners, were marked Foi occupancy, from two a
dozen or more soldiers being lodged in each building Soldiers of any
tlag are made up principally of men of character, bUI with them are
the had and indifferent, even the criminal. To have nn unlocked
dooi between your family and the unknown quantity of tlm enemj
troops mttsl bring periods Of mental distress and oi groat insecurity,
COUpled with a feeling of subjugation.
I WHAT S WRONG?
tieorgi B. Morse, after more than 40 years of feeding experience
on his 500-acre Iowa farm has decided to quit the meac-producing
For long Morse has been fntteniug 1000 steers yearly That
means quite a few beefsteaks and roast' ribs for many city meat
eaters. And Morse admits that he made a "fair profit out of the
fattening. " But that was in former years Now. he insists, he can't
remain in the business hi cause there is not a large enough margin
of profit. He says be has to pay too much for feed and doean'1
get enough for the fattened product he drives into the livestock yard.
This in face of the fact that city consumers are paying the high
est ever prices for beef!
What's the matter? Here's an experienced beef producer unable
to stav on the job of producing beef be ause prices he gets are too
low. Here are millions of meat casters paying more for beef than
they paid before; than they paid in the years Morse admits were
profitable to him.
What 'a wrong?
Hfl FISH SAVE LIVES
ii A fish Is not often thought of as a fnend of man. Vet a fish of i
I a certain sort is baiug thousands of lics and millions of dollars in
I The story of how that comes about is brought by Dr M. E. Con,
!, nor, who has been representing the Rockefeller Foundation in Ecua
!! dor, with headquarters at Guayaquil.
II j, That country has been ridden by yellow fever which is spread by
the stegomyin mosquito Water is scarce in the country. The mos
quito bred m water tanks, with whieh each large residence is pro
vided A certain small fish which eats the mosquito the moment it
touches the water was found. One of these fish was put to live in
each rain barrel.
i, Dr. Connor report': thai there has not been a known case of
I yellow fever in Ecuador since May, 1919.
STATE ANDJDAHO NEWS j
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
CONVICTED FAR j
Dennis F. Terrell Given Inde
terminate Sentence By
S. L. Judge
SALT LAKE, July 10 Dennis F.
Terrell, recently convicted In the Third
district court of assault with a deadly
weapon for the Shooting of Hay
Cowan In May. 191". was toda sen
fenceQ by Judge Harold M. Stephen!
to servo an Indeterminate term in the
stale prison, after Gov( rhor simoh
Hamhi i ?er had n ppeared in the de
fendnnfs behalf The rourt announced
thai confinement tor a period of 18
i ion the would be recommended to 'he
state board ol pardons, it Is under
stood the case will bi appealed This
i. the s. com! tune Terrell has been
Th' supreme court reversed the first
conviction and a second trial resulted
In B failure of the Jury to agree The
1 defendant was again convicted In the
thud trial, hold recenth . Coxcrnor
Bambergei tooli the witness stand be-
1 foro sentence was pronoUnoed He
testified that Terrell worked at a bar
ber shop which had been patronized
by himself and that he had heard Ter-
1 re II mentioned favorably by his em
ployer He admitted that he did not
I know Terrell Intimately, and could not
testify from his own knowledge of the
I defendant's reputation for peace and
BLACKF00T TO TEST
BLACKPOOT. Ids Jul) 10. To de
termine the power of the public utlll
ties commission of Idaho, a te9t case
1 was started at the Biackfoot city
council meeting last night, when It
, was decided by unanimous vote or,
i the council to refuse payment to tho
Idaho POWer company fif the 10 pei j
i i nt Increase in light rate granted 1
I the company by the commission.
Ti years ago the Blackroot city
council entered Into a ten-year con
tract with the Idaho Tower company
fo- lighting the city.
The public utilities commission tn
their report states mat regardless of
the contract (he power company Is en-
I titled to fl 1 per cent Increase aha ;
base their decision on the claim that
the company Is losin money by fur
nishing light at the present rate j
The city attorney holda that too con-
tracts is binding regardless of the rui
i Ing of the commission and the coun- j
ell has refused payment of the bill.
It was stated today that the com
pany would bring suit lor the collec-;
SHE FOUGHT INDIANS
IN EARLY UTAH DAYS
SALT LAKE?, July 10. The press
rft'-n writes of women AmoadnS, the'
feminine battalion Of kussla and late-,
y of the rumored I'ollsh female pha-,
I lanx going to combat the Bolshevist,
but Salt Lake tddaj boasts of some
thing even move unique a womnn In-
dbin fighter. Mrs. Ann C. McFarlone,
ja Dixie pioneer and prominent Li. D 8
Church worker of St. George, 80 years1
of age. Is the owner of the title. Years
ago. before talk of feminism bad
reach-d the lntermountaln country,!
she shouldered a gun against Red
Skins to defend her own p roper t) She
has come to Sail Lake to Msit relatives
flnd friends and ha: as exciting tales
r.r the frontier west as an:. Indian war
DECREASE SHOWN IN
MORGAN, July io. A decrease or
1117)492 it: siiown Morgan county
valuation In comparative figures of
1920 and 1519. The total sse.ea
valuation this year a'ryreirates $6,385,-
942 as compared with $o..'oj.734 in
The total value of 1 920 real estate
i $1 93fi.fisr. Improvements this .ear
sggregato 1404,274, a compared with
j f 807,814 an increase of $6,980,
Their Is no change In the value or
niinlnc property, the total being S6S2,-
5uo, the same ns last year.
All property assessed by the state
: board of equalisation I" totaled it
2.4?9 9". SS compared with $2,346.-
750 for 1919.
W0 BRIDGES THIS
YEAR FOR CACHE CO.
SALT LAKE, July 10 At a confer
. nee between representatives of the
. :, road commission m-i the com
missioners of Cache county In Iognn
i day. an understanding was
reached that both county and Mate
will co-operate in the paving which
bus nlrcadj bren undertaken thlf sea
son, but thot the county considers 'he
bids for the construction of the two
'bridges for Muddy creek and Iilack
1 smith's fork to be excessive and they
I will not participate, this season at
'least, in the replacing of the old
I brtdKds With nn ones, accordlnc to
o verbal report "i th- meeting mads
by Harden Reunion, secretary of
SAYS HARDING TO WIN
POCATBLLO, July 10. Congress
' man Addison T Smith and Mrs.
Smith arrived hre yesterday from
Washington They will spend a row
, days here prior to departing for their
home at Twin FaJU. according to
'nnpres-sman Smith He Is hlghi in
. i ( or 'if Senator Harding for pr sidenl
, and expects to see B clean cut victory
1 for the Republicans this fall.
RELEASED FROM PRISON
SALT LAKE, July 10. Pardon free
and unconditional was granted today
to K Tatematsu, who was released
from the tntc prison by Warden
i George A Storrs. The prisoner was
convicted In 1 9 1 4 of murder tn the
Second degree, and was sentenced to
tlilrtv years. Governor Bamberger
Islgncd the pardon.
SENATOR SM00T AND
DAUGHTER AT LOGAN
LOGAK, July 10. Senator Reed
Snioot was in Logan yesterday and
spent the. time with his daughter Mrs
Ariel . Cardon He vlstfefl unme
farm projects near here and received
jMSlto irom many of his Logan friends.
IN RANGE FIGHT
Desperate Battle in Hills of
Idaho Leaves Two Sheep
BOISE, Idaho. Jul 10. TVak from
Ions of blood and recovering from an
operation which removed a bullet
from his head, Manly Morrow, a
9heepherdei", has given his first ac
count of a running tight tn the hills
of Owjhee county in which Joe Slnsls,
a Spaniard was killed and Jim Stev
enson, .a camp tender, wounded.
In an altercation over the right to
ja range. Morrow says tin- Spaniard
drew a revolver and fired at Morrow,
Striking his arm. Morrow, armed with
!n rifle, tried to bring It Into pla . but
before he pulled the trigger, umim shot
(again. He then fired at Slnsls Wound
ing him, and went down with a bul
let in his head
Sfecenson. the camp tender, seised
j Morrow's gun and turned upon Slnsls,
firing. He too. was wounded bj the
other, but Slnsls was picked up dead
! and wan paid to have three bullets In
OLD ROD TO BE GIVEN
r.LACK FOOT. Ida.. July 10 An
old-fashioned cleaning is to be Hiven
the desert road between Blm kfooi
and A roc nd Marka. Sunday. Arcu
and Mackav citizens will wor! from
the Aro end and members of the
BlackfOOt Commercial and Roiar
clubs from the Eat end.
It Is estimated there will be 100
carloads of workmen and tools in --ar
two contingents. The work to be done
consists of the removal of loose lava
and large rocks in the roadbed.
Three State Institutions of
Middle West Go Under
TOITKA, Knn.. July 10. AUgUSt
Jaedlcke, Jr., fugitive president of tite
defunct Hanover (Kansas) Suite ban.:
is undei arrest nt Shreyeport, La ,
according to information received to
day at tho slate banking deparbms tt
The capture of Jaerllck concludes .t
nation-wide search of seven weeks.
He left Hanover hatless and costless
in his automobile upon being Intoi me.i
that bis bank hail been ordered closed
on the morning of May 17 and drovi
to Beatrice. N'ob. where he left his
ear and took a train. Examination
of the bunk's accounts revealed i
shortage of ISO. 000. (he banking
Soon nfter his departure n letter
wns received from JaedlQkt In
wife, purporting to describe hi Ii Ii -.
due, he claimed, to loans on whlcn
he could not realize. It was revealed
within u few weeks he had sent lnrjce
sums to a Chicago bank and there
were indications that Jaedlcke hao
been victimized hy sharp dealers.
Lab r a warrant was Issued for C 1C
Shugart, of Lincoln Nebr , alleging he
obtained money from the bank llle
- HI It BWK ( HASH! v
SCOTLAND. 8. D., July 10. The
, Pon Homme county bank of Scotlano.
j has closed its doors following the dis
I appearance of its president H. Henry
Wenslaff and a week's run. durlnjf
! which time more than $100,000 ;n
deposits were withdrawn State hank
examiners are In charge. The banM
was one of the oldest In the state
with deposits of $600,000.
( t SF, nNk RRCEri ER
LINCOLN'. Neb., July in K. K
Flke. who, while receiver of the de
funct Valparaiso, Neb . state bank
early this year organised and became
r,LShier of the Nehrrska State bank
of Valparaiso, which took over par:
Of the assets of the old institution
was arrested todoj On a chnrge of ad
vancing the date of , $10(000 deposit
deposit in a report to lh state hank
ing board, according to H A Bryan:,
county attorney of Saunders county.
He was taken to Washoo for pra
j llmlnary hearing.
A warrant was also Issued In WohOO
for the arrest of W, C Blmelund,
; Omaha praln man former president
of the defunct bank charging him wltn
borrowlne $10,000 fiom the bank in
1918 and 1 ft 1 fl without Ki'lnc securlt
in violation of state banks Urs.
Rav A Lower, cashier and majority
stockholder of the defunct bank, is
under bond on a complaint of twenty
one counts charging cmbezrlement
The bank WOS clo.vd last January
COX RFATS. HAUL I NO
ST. LOl'IS July 10. "Jim Cox,"
a mule named f--r the Democratic
presidential nominee, defeated "Hard
ing,'' a gra horse. In a race al a pit nl
The average railroad freight car
costs about $3000.
New Zealand has the lowest Infant
mortality rate in the world
I The Commercial
National Bank I
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conditions, and a de I
sire to be helpful i.i
advancing the 1;
grctrth of Ogden yon I
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Thrifty Housewives VXp j
AN opportunity like .his comes but fcf
seldom and deserves the attention the Gold Seal, facsimile of which is shown above,
of ccry intelligent housekeeper. We
h ive iust received a big shipment of the so sanitary and so easy to clean
famous Congoleum Gold-Seal Art-Rugs that thcy wjjj makc vour hOUSCWOrk ever
and Floor-Coverings which we shall offer, m much easier jhink oi ita fcw
as long as they last, at the following prices. minuLes th a damp mop and presto!
your cleaning is finished. si !
7.6x9 $il.8S Congoleum Rugs lie flat without fastening, P
' and will not curl or "kick up" at the edges.
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Come in and see these Art-Rugs right away, ' '
while the selection is complete and there
Ever' rug is of the famous Cold Seal are so many beautiful patterns from which
quality, backed up by the double guarantee to make your choice. Manv of the designs
of the manufacturer and ourselves. are new this season and have not been
Congoleum Gold-Seal Art-Rugs are so shown here before.
BETTER MARKET I
Mid-year Readjustment Ac
complished Without Strain
In Finencial Centers
new YORK, July ip.-Prbnouitced
Improvomenl as shown h the flniin-;
c!al mtirltet this werk on an :ilmo3t
steady rise of activity as well as prices
, MUl-v.-ai reailjuutnionts were aeeom-j
pllshe.l without stra'n. demand loan!
rates easing visibly as heavy Interest,
and divided payments found new j
channels of Investment.
Most Important of these were thei
Swiss government loan of $23,000,000
at eight per cent and thr Armour,
company note Issue of $60,000,000
placed on a 7 per cent return, hoth '
under writings itein 6vsfsubscrlbed n I
wall street seemed 'o pay little at-j
Itentlon to the outcome of the Demo-j
c ratio national convention.
Reactionary tendencies In general
lines of business were less marked
.In the preceding week. Bankers1
werf Inclined to believe that June'sl
business reverses, the hr.ivle.-l In 1S
months would diminish In the current
Crop prospcrts continue extremely,
It is to early IS the opinion of stud- :
ents of international condition to
pauR'e Ihe financial effect of Her-
manjrfl accept&nCQ of the allies' dis
armament term. There are broad ln
tlmatlons. however, that rehcffrom
this tension may pave the way to a
comprehensive plan for the refunding
of foreign credits under guidance of
LESS TIIW :;oo MILLION
GOLD CUM I LATE8 IK MEXK
(By InternaUonnl Sem Service.)
MEXICO CITY. The chief offli it
ot tho Troateury departnvent sUares
that at the present time there Is less
than $300,000.0000 in gold coin 111
circulation, throughout the republic.
Bread and Kleenmilk
How GOOD it is! Cooling, re
freohing it supper time And
body building. Makes boys
and girlo husky and vrgorous
Best food for grown up:, too.
All the nutritious ingredients
of a porfect food are found in
Kleenmilk. Delivered fresh to
your door every morning.
SMITH BROS.. Props.
633 Thirty first St. Ogden
FOREST SERVICE CEASES
USE OF WOMEN LOOKOUTS
MISSOI I A. Mont . Jul) 10 o-J
men lookouts will not be employed by
the forest service during the fire sea
son this year, it is announced, w hiie
America was in tne world nrar, a num
ber of them were engaged ss Ibbktfttlh
In tho woods to "spot" fires, but With
the close of the wnr, and the re. urn
of the men from abroad the neccssl
ty for women in ibis rather hazardous
emplovm-nt is removed forestry offi
cials at local headquarters say.
Several women school teachers in
summers past have found employ
ment of this kind In District One,
among those last year beinp miss Mary
O'Donnell, who, In lfl' was a can
didal' for state school superintendent
on tho Democratic ticket.
MANAGER OF COWBOY
SHOW TO BE NABBED
CHICAGO, July 10 Warrants Will
be Issued for "Texas" Austin, mana
ger of the Cowboy show. whl h wan
conducted in connection with thej
RlUs" convention, and for "John Doe."
a CbWboy. The warrants. Issued on.
complaint of Illinois Humane so-1
Ciety, charged that the cowboys mls
trsated the steers and other animals.
In connection with their performances
in violation of the laws preventing
oriielt) to animals.
The Breater portion of the silver com
has dlsjippeiirerl. because of the fai i
that Its bullion value is greater than
Its face. Taper currency In denomin-.
ailons of fifty cents and one dollar,
issued hy the monetary commission tn
exchange for gold, is now taking the
place of the silver coins and Is re
deemable In srold by the same commis
sion when presented amounts of $2 "r;
more. Copper coins of the face value1
of twenty-cent- are also belnc ISSUSU,
and In this manner the lack of small
silver change Is remsdli d
NEW STEAMSHIP LINE
WILL BE OPERATED
NEW ORLEANS, La., Jul to. I .; ,
Organization of a company to oper-
thi i elf i coast was announced I
today by the New Orleans Association WL Sm
(ji Commerce. The liist sjiilmc; will M
This am i. the first direct steam
ship line between New Orleans and CTsEfi
the WBSt coast.. Ports of call will be LHiLSK
Lcs Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle BSLDfi
and Portland, with connections sr- LVsiLbbm
ranged for (be north coast of South bTiiR&I
IttieflOS and tlic west coast of Centtal r
Amerli a ) H9j
Sailings will be via the Tnnama 1001$
c.inal Xon-perlshnblc freight will he i$L','j
concentrated here from the Mississippi
valley for water shipment west, thus HnK
relieving r .1 congestion, according ;o IE
IVHISK1 11 1 11 11 !cms
rO 1 mi THI . - VGE M
(Bj International News Service.) !i
ALEXANDRIA. Va If a burglar BMC
comes to rob you offer him whiskey asstfl
and you arc saved.
That Is the advice of James M.
Treakle. of this city. He tried it lassM
ami found it worked. BSff
While alone in his store two negroes BjjHBij
entered and demanded his money, one bfmh
Of them threatened him with a pis- rr;?
mil in -. JjJ aS
1 1 10 11 mm f
He reached under the counter and mm
drew ,,ut pint of luiuor.
rhls - pn tti e 1 ii iff; it's n r J.'
W said Treskle. hold H JH
ing out the bol tie I I
While the were drinking the storu- W.
kei per li oked "in of thi window and Ha
shouted 'Mere comes the police!" J 1 f;
'i"ii. negroes flod through ho bacl lljL
door f I .j.;,. I IHk
tatlons In Ihn t'nlted States. UflsafeA.
1 ileins an said to be richer In min
eral matter than any other dried frult iMHatni
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WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN THE TREATMENT OF PYORRHEA I
WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK
. PAINLESS .
We have a Specialist in Plate or False Teeth Work If yoj hive plar-s
you cannot wear, see us.
We have the largest office in Ogden Ou' sixth year without a change H UV'Ssbbb
of .aragement, which mokes our guarantee good.
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