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B THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JULY 12. 1920. 3 wm'
II POLISH FORCES
T ARE BETBHTIHG
1 Three Strongholds Evacuated
I in Face of Bolshevik Ad-
1 vances Along Front
If Th first Purple Day celebration toi
a M he held by Ogden lodge No. 71'J B. 1'
ng-8 O. Elks since the United States en-j
lkgl lered the war Is to be held at Lajjoon ,
UvV Wednesday, July 14.
rZffl Secretary Walter Ilerrick snld the t
4laX Indications toil..-. v..to that Wednes-
IggS day's event will be the bbfRest of Its'
fcH kind In the history of the organlaa-
EH It looks like every Elk will be'
CiB there, purple hut bund, necktio and I
fgH all," he Bald, 'and In addition wo c.-
H pect to entertain about every friend j
Jrfl of every lilk as well.
U "This is not an exclusive affair nt
v M . pate and enjoj a real old fashioned
t, J Klks' picnic'
m Cards have been mailed to members
describing what may happen on Wed
nesday. All kinds of features are
promised. I ;
The Rika desire that Purple Day bo ,
made an all-day event.
' Come earl) and bring youi lunch," ,
BH the exhortation.
If Women Tell of Work
1 Offered By Church
jw. Mrs Agnes Steens, president of the
V.'eber stake Relief society, and Miss
V, Julia Noble of the stake primary j
. board, save brief reports Sunday af-
l. inoon at the stake meeting held In
Jtyl he Second ward chapel, of the courses
Jlnfi i.'i n reoentls at the Brlgham Youngj
R1J university at Provo. There were j
present 400 members -f the priesthood ;
n m i Relief Bocltj workers.
mJjM Both speakers expressed their ap-
lltnS preclatton of having I n selected to i
fifff4 take the courses and stated thai thoy ,
VJnfgjg m, would now scr-k to give out to other."
JwL thai which they had obtained through
their studies The courses thea i lid
were of great value to thi people of
y the church and the things presented
will be applied to the woik of the or-'
Rani xationB in the future.
Mrs. Stevens took the course In 1
m - Charities and Relief Work and MJsa I
Noble took the course In Teacher'
pj ( 'j raining.
Ogden Man's Estate
Shows $4661 Residue
H Cendagorta filed an acc&Untlng
cs administrator in the district court
ibis morning for the estate of John
Daguerre, former Ogden sheepman
The estate has a residue of $4661
and three-qunrtersr interest In Judg
ments awarded in Idaho courts,
amounting to several hundred dollars
The heirs are the parents of Da
guerre, who reside In France. The,
petition for approval and settlement,
Mil be heard July 26.
EH Young Man Hurt When
jM ..It by Steamshove!
H Raymond I. Herman. 22 years old.
;L of Wilson Lane, sustained painful In-
MgHj Juries yesterday when a steam shovel
wwjB scoop fell on him. Liverman was com-
HHgg i:ig to (Jgdun over :!,' sugar taclor
mBRS spur, riding on a box car. In passing
rJCflHKa beneath a steam sli rel working in the
H9H3 vicinity, the scoop dropped ;ls he
HHfi e, as Immediately beneath it, accord -
MWgM 'ng to a report from the Dee hospital
fcj(l5EyM He sustained Severe bruises and pos-
EjjBMLTB Bible internal Injuries hut as far as
f It could e determined last night, had
not suffered any broken bones.
! CLASHES MARK SUFFRAGE
MEETINGS OF JAPANESE
BffiljHK TOKIO. July 10 (By the Associat-
Vjq od Press.) Tiu- government received
JsVpLi x "i '-"'if id. nee by a larpr
rqMKga Jorlty in the house of representatives
ggUjfMfl today. The house defeated a resolu-
B9H tion of want of confidence In the inln-
WmsSi slry h 14"' V0,,H J' the involution
and 283 against It The tendencies
toward freedom of speech and action
H along liberal lines that have been evi-
JfH elent recently continue, I manifest
I themselves today. Three big meetings
I JB promoting universal suffrage were
f sM held. Speeches of a violent character
were made at these gatherings; and
1 paraders carrying banners SUbsequeht-
ffjA . l.v clashed with the polit e, a numb.-r
arrests being made. Five thousand
poll'-- reserves were called out ...
special guard for the diet.
BRITISH WANT TO SELL
SHIPS BACK TO GERMANS
ESm BERLIN. July 12. The Boersen
ggKgwBj Courier's Hamburg correspondent
Mjggl claims to have authority to confirm
Cy jsBI the report that British ship owners
have offered to sell tho Germun ship:
owners Ol the Get man government a
gtjM large port of the tonnage surrendered
onipi-nsutloii for the s.-apa Flow
Kgllfll .sinkings.. Immediately after the con-i
8m elusion of tho shipping deal Brltlshj
BEaftpl overtures, according to the CQrrespon-l
fisvjHlJ rlent, were made through the German
RjnwlB h cation at London, with the appro-, al
Spall tf the British government, including'
Kagl 'n offer. to place the ships Immediate-
l ! :it the disposal of the German buv-
IJBBIf cis on five years' credit ,
KmBI The Germans declined to ncceele to
TrrrW lno IJril,fn demand, that the ships fly
Z9 ,ho British flag. The deal Involves1
ra&H working agreement or restrictions I
PI U E TO BE SIGNED.
BMKM Mi'SCMW, July 10 Peace between1
HKXMl tno sovlet government and Lithuania I
Bfl Will be signed within a few days, ac-
BBBW cording to a statement made today by
HBHW Adolf Joffc, who la conducting the
WaBlWil negotiations on behalf of the soviet
j ELKS' PURPLE DAY
OGDEN ELKS' PURPLE
DAY AT LAGOON WED
NESDAY, JULY 14. REG
ULAR OLD TIME ELKS'
PICNIC. EVERYBODY IN
VITED. FEATURES GA
LORE. PACK UP A LUNCH
BASKET AND COME
Busy TOI 1
Business District of Willows,
Cal., Is Swept By Fire
With Great Loss.
WILLOWS, Calif.. July 1 2 Fire,
! which started here late yesterday af
I ternoon practically swept away the!
entire business section of this little
agricultural city, causing a loss vari
ously estimated at from jooo oou to
11,000,000, temporarily Isolating the
town because all wires went down,
and exposing more than 10U persons,,
guests at various hotels, to the dl.-:
co.aforts of open-air life until they
could make their way to other towns.
The business section was in ruins,
only three buildings having escapee! J
i ney w en I laic ODUinern i a.nic oepoi,
the Glenn county court house and a
new postofflce building.
.Relief train.5 were hurried here
from Orland and Tehama and. while
many persons wore deprived of shel
ter lor a night and much discomfort
resulted, there was little real hard
ship The destruction of the hotels
ami restaurants made meal service
for non-residents a problem, but many
of them went to other towns with
autolsts who came hero to view the
fire and relief trains took others
away, so that by this morning all had
been cared for.
Ho'chheimer and company! owners of
a department store, were the heaviest
losers. They estimated their loss ut
160v000, parti) Insured The Plrsl
National bank building was also a
total loss, as were about thirty other
business establishments of varying
JUDGES OF WORLD COURT
WILL SbRVE MINE YEARS
j THE HAUL'E, July 12 Following
I de cision was reached today on selec
tion of judges for the Permanent
I Court of International Justice, by the
conference of jurists at pointed to
draft a plan for the court:
j "The position of judge on the Per
manent Court of International Justice
must not bo assigned to any one dis
charging political duties whether na
tional or international. Xo o;ie who
is a member of a government oi a t ep
resentatlvs in the council or assembly
I Of the lr-ague of nations should at the
'same time be a Judge of the lnlcrna
tionn I court."
The conference also decided that the
selection of judges should be made by
the council and assembly of the league
oi nations- Judges would be appoint-1
ea for a term of nine, years
ARMY AND RED CROSS MEN,
RED FRIS0iJlRS, AT HOME
SAX K Ft AN CISC' . July 12. Six of
ficers of the United States army and i
three members of. the American Hed
Cross, who were held captive by the'
Kolshevikl in Siberia for more than
three months, arrived here today on'
the army transport .Mnduwaska from I
Vladivostok. Tbej are Col. E. R. i
Blunt, Major Prank Buchanan, Cap-;
tain w. w Ceisse. Lieutenant J. R.
Hosklnson. Lieut. C. R McGlnty and;
Lieut. E. A. Chaveness and Captain
Joseph M. Mediil. Lieut llarrv J. Don-1
i. . He. and Lieut. H. W. Bonzo of the.
f;ed Cross. They said the had been!
treated courteously 1. '.hc Bolsheiki.
NEW YORKERS WERE SLAIN
BY THREE BOLSHEVIKS
WARSAW, July 10 (I3y the Asso
ciated Press.) Dr. Israel Prledlander,
professor oi Biblical literature a; the
J- v;sh theological seminary in New
York, and Bernard Cantor, also of
New Vork, hav... been Identified as the
men killed on July 7 n.-ar Vaimolince.
in the Ukraine, by three men wearing
Bolshevik uniforms, according. to ln
fonhatlon received today at the War
saw headquarters of the American
jclnt committee, to which both the
tctims were attached.
The American legation here and the
Joint distribution committee will make
;-. thorough iiivestifrniloii ot the afian.
CANADIAN WHEAT BOARD
MAKES INTERIM PAYMENT
j WINNIPEG, Man.. July 1 2. The
i Canadian wheat board has decided to
make an interim payment of 30 cents
per bushel, as soon us possible after
;Ju!y o. against the wheat represented
: by Its participation certificates accord
ing to an ofiicial announcement made
public here. While the board will be
i unable to determine the total value or
, the certificates before the business is
completed, present Indications, it .-says.:
.are that thiB payment represents ai-i
proximately 75 per cent.
URUGUAY WILL GO DRY
GRADUALLY IN 8 YEARS
Montevideo. Uruguay, Jmy 10.
A '"II was Introduced today in the
chamber of deputies providing for
gradually prohibiting the manufac
ture, sale and importation of distilled
liquors, wines, beer and cider, so that
complete prohibition would be reached
n eight years.
PLAN RADIO STATIONS IN
MEXICAN STATE CAPITALS
Mexico city, July is a project
for the establishment of radio sta
lions In the capitals of all Mexl in
mates has been approved by provision
al President de la lluerta. according
to the newspaper Excelsior. The first!
station will he erected at llermosillo J
:0IVCE COMEDY STAR,
i JOHN BARRYMGRE II
' SERIOUS ROLES NOW
Transition in Career of Star in
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" j
a Remarkable One.
Recent years have marked a change
In the career of John Barrmore al
most as startling as the transition
which he makes as the sfar of "Dr.
Jekyll I nil Mr. Hyde," the screen ver-1
sion of the Stevenson Btory, which is i
heinp; shown at the Alhamhra today !
and tomorrow Ir. real life, however,
lit a ,n,fnrllr.n VL'na f 1-rtIH n lleVlf !
'comedy actor to one of the foremost
I straight dramatic stars of the present
Both on the stage and screen, Mr.
iBarrymore was formerl) famous for
the youthful, frivolous chaiacters that
he created. A Barrymore play or pic
(lire was always a laughing success.
;Then. suddenly, John Barrymore
found his true forte He was cart in
the leading role of "Justice," Gals
worthy's powerful story, and people
i wondered if this could he the same
man His performance was a revela
, tion He followed it With such pic
Itures as "The Test of Honor" and
Ir. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" "and such
stage creations as "Redemption."
"Peter Ibbetson." and ' The Jest."
At no time has Mr. Barrymore gien
a more artistic interpretation than lie
offers ns the unfortunate young doc
tor in "Dr. Jekll and Mr. Hyde."
Martha Mansfield Is Ihe leading wom:
an, and the picture, which is a Para
mount Art craft, was directed by John
Ex-Emperor's Brother Is Made
to Run Gauntlet Peppered !
By Kicks and Blows.
i.i-,ki,i., jury 1L- An almost tn
' credible story of the 111 treatment of
' the former German emperor's brother,
PrlncS Henry of Prussia, by a riotous
..li' nf il.-ld l.i I-c.r. r.- is told l the
i l'oat I'ueRxische Zeituntr, which as
, serts that It hutl the information di
rect from I'rinee Henry's family circle.
According to the informant, some
I time afo a ganp of slxtf men led by a
1 private In a hussar's uniform invaded
I Prince Henry's ychleswI-Hol-t.-in
i country seat on the pretext of search
i Ingr for hidden arms. The invaders
! turned the place lnsiele out. but found
no arms. Then the leader said to the
"Come, Henry, "Whereupon Prince
i Henry was made to run the gauntlet
suffering Innumerable kicks and
blows. Afterwards he was locked up
in a Jail at Berckensferde where he
Was tortured nightlf. He WD4 a v. a.. -I
died evcrf ten minutes w ith "Get up.
Henry! turn on the light. Lie down
Henry," timid Jeers and insults .from
Many other Bchleswlg-Kblsteln land
owners have been the victims of as
sault anil 111 treatment by armed
Familiar Faces Greet
J Old Timers at Jail
Two familiar faces greeterl the desk
sergeants at the police station through
the iron grating that separates the
desk officials from the outside world.
The faces were those of characters
were Known in police circles of Ogden,
and they appeared on characteristic
charges, jt Is alleged.
Ben Boyle was arrested on a charge
of drunkenness at 10:05 o'clock this
morning. At an arller hour this
morning, 3.10 a. in. to be exact, L. E.
Farr, 45 years uid, was arrested on a
Charge of drunkenness. Karr's condi
tion was such that he could not be
brought before the. city court this
morning. Uoyle. when arrested, had
In his possession a bottle filled with
white liquid and labeled "Umon
Soda," the police say.
Yeoman Official is
I Visitor in Ogden
II W.rttkin. S member of the1
board of directors of the Brotherhood!
of American. Yeoman, of Sioux City '
Iowa, was the guest of Detective Wal
i. i Moore today. .Mr. Tltkins is on a!
visit to various cities throughout the!
West, where he is visltliiK with prom-j
inent yeomen and getting in touch'
With the organizations throughout this I
'section of the country
He visited at the ity hall this'
morning. meeting Mayor Frank I
Francis and members of the city'
j A method of rending by sound,
.rather than by touch, for the blind by
Ir. Max Her a Viennese heart and
near-blind disease specialist, has been
UT 14TH WARD
Will Be Superintendent of Sun-1
day School; His Aides
, Joseph P. BeUB has been lelected as
superintendent of the new Fourteenth
ward I unday school, with Lorenzo C.
illlamsen as first assista nt and Brig- j
ham V Harbertson as second assist
I ant superintendents. Miss Bertha
ircenwell was named secretary, and'
: Leo Harris, organist.
The organization was effected Sun-1
day mornliiK under the direction of
Stake Superintendent B. H. Goddard
land his first assistant. '. T'.ackham
About 200 children and their parents
were in attendance. Following the,
organization the officers were set
apart to their various duties and short
i. hires v were delivered by Supt Uod
dard, w. o Rackham, Bishop Clar
snoe Morris and Alfred Gladwell, of.
the hlf,'h council Each Of the speak
ers congratulated the ward on the pro
gress made during the past year and
the fact of the Sunday school nowi
Reverse lower Court !
m Water Decision;
A decision recently handed down by
the State Supreme court, reversed the
judgment of JudKe A. W. Agee of the
I meal district court In the case or
Huntsvills Irrigation company nnd(
j Felt-Vc.erson-Slater Water & Canal ,
I company, both of Huptsvltle, 'iRalnsi
' Peter Hollo, wherein the question or
( priority to the use of "water In the
I South Fork of Ogelen river was In-
The supreme court holds that Judge
, AcfP erred In his interpretation of a
certain agreement entered Into by the
Uuntsville company and Ttollo for
constructing and nia InUiln InK an !r-
rlgaiton canal over Hollo's land, when
he decided that the company lost its
prior and superior rlht to four seeonrt
feet of water previously used by It for
the past fifty years and en'ereel a d
ores, vesting th. uuc thereto in Koiio, !
granting him a superior right over the
The supreme court also holds thqf
the local Judge also erred in deriding
that co-plaintiff Felt-Peterson-Slater
Water & Canal companj was bound
by the separate contract entered Into
by the KuntSVllle company and Rollo,
when i was not a party thereto, nor
in any way sul.i. ct to its provision,
and remands the case back te) the local
court for a now trlsl.
Two Recruits Taken
By U. S. Station
W I. Baker of Oxford, Neb. and
H, W, Gaw of San Jose. Cal., were ac
cepted by Recruiting Officer J. F.
(O'Connor this morning for service in
1 the navy and were sent to Salt Iake
on their way to tr. lining enmp. Baker
Joined as S third class fireman feir:
the machinists' school. Great Lakes.
111., and Gaw for the same rating ni
the naval operjJjAlng base. Hampton
Roadsi va. Each went In for three
An official O. K. was given thw sta
tion Saturday h t'ommander R. R.
Mann. In charge of this recruiting dis
trict, who came from Salt Lake for
the regular Inspection.
Three Forfeit Bail
of $5 in City Court
Albert Bchauten of Five Points. L.
W. Hansen. 1" C. Grey, and J. B. Bax
ter, whose automobiles were tagged
by Motorcycle Officer n. B Liam at
Le.rln Farr park yesterday, were
j booked for appearance before Judge
' I). R. Roberta of the city court this
morning on a chargo of obstructing
I tho sidewalk.
, Baxter appeared for trial and en
tered a plea of not guilty. He told
his story and It appeared that after
leaving his car, some one had moved
It Judge 1 R. Roberts found him
not guilty and ordered the defendant
The other throe defendants failed
to Appear nnd ' in each case was de
Fined $10 for Using
Alleged cuss' Words
Edmund Henderson pleaded guilty
before the city court this morning of
having disturbed the peace by calling
Hat tie Swaertfegcr vile names ana
making improper gestures at the com
plainant The trouble, t seems, arose
from children's quarreling, the par
ents of the children taking sides and
creating general unpleasantness, on
Saturday altercations between the
children of the two families occurred
and Henderson is alleged to have lost
his temper and used "cuss'' words. He
Was fined $10.
Considerable commotion whs ere
ated following the trlul. Mrs Hendcr-
s-.ii, a cripple, and her three children,
w re walking down the steps at the
front of the Jail. Mrs. Henderson was
overcome by a fainting spell and was.
resuscitated only after considerable
effort on the part of Detectives W. A.
Taylor and W A. Jones. The woman
was then removed to her home j
Community Silver Stock H
Community Silver, complete in all designs, is now I
at hand through shipments lately, received. I
Customers, disappointed because of delayed ship- I
ments, may now make their selections from a complete J
MAY WE SERVE YOU? H
Geo. A Lowe Co. H
THE BIG HARDWARE STORE. I
TO REACH MARK
Cheer up, for today will proba
bly l-e the coolest that has been
experienced in Ogden since before
Information from the ' city
health offices where Charles
I5ass. weather observer keej.s a
record of the various altitudes
and depths reached b the bound
inn thermometer, is that records
f"i hot weather hae not been
equalled since Friday. On that day
the errant mercury took a too
hold on th smooth glass walls of
Its container, and dragged itself
to the height of 97 degrees in the
shade Tiring of Its exertions it
dropped dowi) to 'be fir. degree
marker where It rested until Sat
urday. Although somewhat exhausted
by the "prformaticc of the pre
ceding day, the quicksilver, by
dint of onslderable exertion re
corded ''4 and upon discontin
uing Its upward climb, sank to C5
degi ,- g
Yesterday. though somewhat
tired, the 9'j elegree marker was
touched and the weather finally
"cooled" to 71 degrees.
Though It started out cooler to
day, tomorrow's record Is expect
ed to show that considerable heat
stsrted presplratlon on Ogden's
GREEKS PURSUING TURKS
CLASH WITH ITALIANS
CONSTANTINOPLE. July 10.
Gre k and Italian troops have clashed
, at NaxilU 16 miles northeast of Aldin.
I in the Itallun zone. Tho Greeks
! claimed the right to enter the Italian
zone In pursuit of Turkish nationalist!
organising attacks there against the
QreekS, while the Italians protested.
I The feeling is described as extremely
bitter between the Italian and Greek
officials. Th Greek. it Is said.
I h.irge that the Italians are using all
possible means to further the inter
ests of IfUStaphe Kcmal Pasha, the
THREE MEN GO DOWN IN
COLLISION ON ATLANTIC
NSW YORK. July 12 The steam
er Lake Frampton. owned by the
i i nlted States shipping board, New
I York for Norfolk, was sunk early to
day off Atlantic City. N, J.. after it
i had i olllded with the steamship
I Comus, according to wireless mesages
j reported to the naval communications
I office here. Three members of the
; Prampton s crew ore missing.
Tile Comus also was damaged. The
j I-ike Frampton. a vessel of 4., 200 tons.
: was operated by the West Indies
j Steamship company.
SEAMEN PLAN FIGHT ON
SHIP OWNERS OF BRITAIN
GENOA. July 1 1. Delegates to the
International Seamen's congress are i
threatening a strike against countries!
wiiose votes defeated the convention
establishing a 4S-hour week. They
propose organizing a vast campaign at
the International Seamen's meeting
which will convene at Amsterdam!
j Augurtt 5 in order to compel British
i ship owners, who form the bulk of the
I opposition, to capitulate.
LIGHTNING HITS SCHOOL,
! MAN AND DAUGHTER DIE
TAMPA Fla . July 12. J. B. Nor-'
man and his 17-year-old daughter
were killed and twelve other persons1
knocked unconscious by lightning;
striking a schoolhouse at Envllle. -10 ,
miles from here, yesterday, ns tho
people were assembling nt the school
for religious services. The budding
was set on fire.
SOUTH AMERICAN PUG
KNOCKS OUT OPPONENT
BPENOS AIRES. July 11. Puis
Ank'el l-'lerpo, heavyweight boxing
champion of South America, knocked
out Antonio Jlr.a in the first half of
the first round of a scheduled ten
round bout at the University club last
nKht Tlie winner has challenged an
South American fighter to niet him.
NEWS NOTES OF
S. L DIVISION
What Railroad People Are
Doing Told in S. P.
At all points on the Salt Lake divi
sion the prospects nr. good for heavy
crops Wheat, oats barley and hayj
will show a splendid average yield per'
acre In the vlcfnltj of Wlnnemucca
the hay yield, which will be very good.l
I will not be sufficient to take care of
the cattle and sheep raised on the'
ranges, and win necessttats large ship-
m nts of livestock In the fall of the
I y.-nr to feeding points. The stock and
ranges aro in the very best condition
at the presont time.
At Wlnnemucca some new pros
pects are opening up, which may de
velop into mines, several of them very
promising with good ore. The Silver
State Chemical company Is contem
plating the establishment of a chom-1
leal and small refining plant. There
Is also a new court house, a new fne
story hotel and a new federal build
ing under course of construction. A
new Catholic church is to be built
soon as well as a number of new resi
dences. Business is generally good In
Tho maintenance of way depart
I ment is laying new 90-pound steel
! rail between Jackson and Groome.
; Nevada, a distance of 18 miles, and
I it Is the Intention to carry this work
a distance approximately 07 miles
from the east end of tho Great Bait
i Lake trestle to Luein. It is worth
: noting that the old SO-pound steel
i rail was right on the trans-continental
line and stood IS years of hard
NY . Johnson, formerly chief clerk
l in this oftlce. is now chief clerk lu
the office of the regiun.il engineer, J .
W Harlow, room 22 1. Pacific build
ing. San Francisco, and is handling
work in connection with railroad
claims against the government. Mr.
Johnson is making his home in Bcrkc-
A. C. Emerson has been appointed
j chief clerk. Salt Lake division, suc
ceeding Mr. Johnson. F. J Uartonek
i being appointed assistant chief clerk.
F. Turner, assistant division en
I glneer. has been transferred to the
i Tucson division as division engineer.
J H Harshaw of the engineers'
; force has been transferred to ell Paso
ns assistant superintendent and dll
E S. Adams has been appointed
! car distributor of the Salt Lake dl
I vision, effective June 1, 1H20.
Permanent changes In agencies were
made a3 follows AY. Y. Manning. El
ko, effective May 8, 192u; J. J Cul
len. BllSanvUle, effective Mrv 13 I
1920; Y. P. Shelly. Wabuska. effec
tive March 1. 1920.
The clerks of the M. of W. at Og
den, accepted on invitation by Otis
AYecks. division engineer, for a Sun
day outing at Saline, June 13th. It is
an Ideal beach for lovers of salt water
bathing, one can walk out into Great
Salt Lake for a mllo or more and the
water never exceeds in depth five
Leo J. Clark and Miss Edna Lud
wtg were married on June yth. Roth
were cmplo.ses of this office. Mr.
Clark was formerly assistant division
accountant and was recently trans
ferred to the staff of Assistant Audi
tor K Adams at San I- ranclSCO, while
Mis Ltldwlg was uno of our trans
portation tlineki ej. i s Other bene
dicts of the month were Archie Shp
pard, accountant, and Don K Hast
ings, timekeeper. S. P. Bulletin
BARRICADED IN HOUSE,
MINER SHOT BY POSSE
HAZARD. K, July 12 John S.
Burglll, a miner, was shot to death by
B poasec yesterday afternoon when he.
barricaded himself lu a vacant house
after killing Deputy Sheriff R. S.
Wooteti and Robert Galbralth, a negro,
while resisting arrest.
( IND1DATE KILL l
UCDEPKNDBNt kh.. j,,y H. '
Lieut. Frank Stanford was killed and
lltnier Adams, deputy sheriff, serious
ly Injured late last night when an air-!
plane they were flying fell loo feet.i
I Stanford was a candidate for repre
sentative in the August primaries.
Every large town in India has its!
: Delhi darwasa, or gute, opening In the
direction of Delhi, which was to the
(whole country what Mecca is to t lie 1
TROOPS CLASH ' I
Veteran General Goes Out in
Effort to Reconcile
LONDON, July 12 Minor sklrm- I
ishes have occurred between the mill- l
1 try factions n.-ar Peking, but Peking l
Itaelf remains quiet, according to a
Tien Tsln dispatch to the Exchange gfl
Telegraph compunj, filed on Sundav. W
The diplomatic authorities do not
r l the position of the foreigners
In Peking as jeopardized. '
The etf-ran general Chiang Kusl- I
Ti, the dispatch adds, has proceeded
to Ilastinfu. Chlhll, where he is at
tempting to reconcile tho opposing
factions, in which attempt the Tien
Tsln vernacular newspaper save ho
Railway communication between
Tien fMii and Shanghai has been
broken by the militar. who have torn
up the tracks near Tehehow. Shan- fl
Chiang Kucl-Ti is an Anhui general,
more than 7ft years of age. During the j
Chino-Japancso war he was cashiered
for the loss of Port Arthur, but sub- I
sequently his rank was restored with
a title for bravery.
BUMPER CORN CROP IS
PREDICTED IN NEBRASKA I
OMAHA. Neb , July 12. Predic
tion that Nebraska's corn production I
this year will exceed last year's yield H
by 4,055.000 bushels is made In a gggl
Joint crop report by the United States If
bureau of crop estimates and state de- gga
part ment of agriculture. I
The report estimates 188,241,000
bushels will be produced as compared I
to 184,186,000 bushels In 1919. Tha
at reage is five per cent larger than
laal war, when 5.030.000 acres were gegl
Black rust on wheat has made Its ggl
appearance since July 1. the report ggS
says, adding however, that whatever 'ggggfl
loss occurs from this cause cannot be ggggfl
reported until August 1. All wheat
production was forecast at 3.453,000 ggggS
bushels less than last ear when tha
yield was GO. 075. 000. iH
CUBAN LIBERALS NAME !
GOMEZ FOR SECOND TERM i
HAVANA July 12. The national gggfl
liberal convention last night unani- SgS
mously nominated former President gS
Jose Miguel Gomez as Its candidate H
for the presidency.
General Gomez in a speech outlined ggffl
the party's platform, which inc'ud. d ggfffl
planks calling for legislation to lower gggfl
the cost of living, for the protection gggfl
of working uonien. for repeal of the
war stamp tax favoring tariff reform I
and defend of Cuba's Industrial pro- gfl
General Gomez said that if elected ggfl
he would endeavor to make more ggflgS
cordial than ever tho relations be- ggflgS
tween Cuba and tho United States
For Infants and Children
In Use For Oyer 30 Years
Always bears 4
Many School Children are Sickly
Wo'.lierg who tIu their own comfort nd tho
Tr? Ifftra of their children, ebouM never be with- ,;
OOtaboi of Molhr t;rT Snrct Towderi for '
tal.Iren, f )r use throughout the ieson. They I
ottUt upOolda, l'.ehevc Feverlthnci, Conitipg- I
tion.Tertbiug Disord -s. Rdeeh lud Htomack
Trouble. I by motlien for otu so vetnt.
Tiir-'s:: ruwnrus oivr satiskactiok
All Drug Store. Uon't accep' a-iy tuittttuti.
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