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4 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1920.
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I POPULAR JUDGMENT.
Reviewing the tendency of citizens to be Bwaycd by a candi
date's affiliations, Haskin Bays
"It would seem thai il a candidate Could be found who
had devoted himself ro enough different occupations at one
time .'tiul another, and if these occupational sympathies could
be properly worked upon, he would sweep the country.
"This tendency to play up facta about a candidate
which have nothing to do with his fitness for the presidency,
and which is noticeable in everji presidential campaign, is
evidence of a weakness in the democratic system of govern
ment which Has been pointed oul by every critic
of it. This weakness is thai the average man Feels,
morn strongly than he thinks, and is therefore apt to
vote for the man who can mosl strongly amuse his sympa
thies rather than the one who is logically fit to terve in of
fice The man wjio arouses his sympathies is t!ir ..no who
is most Like him Bui 'Ins average man is not n genius, lit
is n mediocrity. Hence, it is argued, the tendency is always
id chose mediocrities tor office and exclude really Kiftod
'So the critics of democracy seem to tnaUe out a strong
case to the effed that democracy is merely a method of
choosing mediocrities for high office and I eeping really
great men out Bui a little reflection shows thai there is
another side to the question The average individual may
fear and envy ihe superior man, hut he also has a need for
leadership which h' feels v-rv strongly Ilem-e his prent
capacity for hero-worship, which ('arlvlr points out; It is
evident that Once the superior man is gotten into the lime
heht and has demonstrated conclusively he has powers
which tho average man lacks the average man lends to
follow him loyally and even blindly
"It takes only a glance at history to c that many
really preat and superior men have attained leadership, and
that people have followed them blindly. Christ, Mahomet,
Caesar and Napoleon were greal men, each cf whom was a
law unto himself. Each of them encountered envy and an
tagonism al first, hut later rose to power."
MAYOR BOCK RESIGNS.
H Win n an overwhelming disaster comes to I man, there is sorrow. j
H and so today, everywhere in Utah, there will be expressions of re-
pret that a young man of the promise of K . B6ek, mayor of Salt
Lake City, has thrown away his Cuturc by the misappropriation of
over $10,000 of the funds of the city
H There was no more promising career in I 'tah Than that of Mayor I
Bock As city auditor of Salt Lake he had made a record winch,
to the public, seemed a mosl enviable one, and as mayor he was!
proceeding to win the admiration of the people Mo"w all thai is
hlanked. Whatever has been to his advancement that which made ;
liim prominent and still more prominent has g me to more widely
herald his downfall.
Why men in public office" br private life take moiiev which is
not their own is al times puzzling The objeel ol misusing the funds
I of others is to obtain happiness or contentmenl 01 nlind and yet no.'
person with a conscience ever has misapplied money placed m his:
keeping without bringing upon himself mental distress Further
more, mone irregularly obtained lays the foundation for loose spend
ing and habits of extravagance, and seldom works to other than the
undoing of the possessor.
Mayor Hock has a wife and two little children In this hour ot
his deepest humiliation, he is most concerned over the welfare of
his family He expresses the hope thai fie can start life ovei again
and redeem himself, so that those dependent on him may not suffer
the loss of his talents or long endure the odium of his offending.
We would not, if we eould, pursue the disgraced official bevoml
the threshold -of Ins home Hail we the power shield his family
from the stain of this shame, neither the wife nor the children would
bear any part of the scandal That is one of Ihe regrettable fea
tures of public displace Too often the innocent are engulfed in I
I HEAVY DROP IN BUILDING. N
Building operations in the larger cities of I'tah have dropped
to a low point, owing to the conflict which has heen carried on in
thil state, involving capital and labor.
While Los Angeles, Uakland and San Francisco are showing un
precedented gains in new construction, Salt Lake has fallen off ovei
one-half in building activities and a great army ot sKllled mechan
ics is moving from this region to where the condWons arc attrac
tive. In June last voar. Salt Lake's building totaled $273,000 This
r - -a:1. j u t-i-.ii ivm - ln e so .
veal J 1(111- IK CIVClllCIl nun f XOX,UW, WUIVU W 1 IU0B Ol ij m I H 111.
One year ago Los Angeles had a building r enrd of $1,914,000.
In June this year the total was $6,010,000, or an increase of 247 per
Oakland has increased from $704, Odd to $1 050 000 and San Frail
e.sco from $1,516,000 to $ 940,000
Up in the uorthwest, where there hae been set-backs due to a
reduction in ship construction, building has dropped bat no city in
the west has made as discouraging a report as Salt Lake
It is about time that radicalism be eliminated and a greater
element of harmony be sought after in order that Ttah cities may go
forward as do the cities where hitter antagonism?: are not kept alive
by uneomprnmising conflicts.
I BRYAN AND CHRISTENSEN
Having upset the Democratic parly machine in 1896 by his
brilliant oratory, and having been honored by his partv manv times
thereafter, Bryan at last has been taken out of i"ne Democratic party
and appropriated by the f'rohihition party.
Those Who are intensely devoted to prohibition and consider
that issue to he paramount will vote for Bryan, hut, with prohibi
tion a realized fact, the number of extreme adh-rents will he com
paratively small Bryan will draw no big vote and may not get a
larger following that the national prohibition candidates have had
in the past.
Parley P. Christ r-nscn. vvho also has not the faintest prospect of
success, may receive- a larger vote than Bryan, and if that becomes
a fact, the I'tah man at Ie;i-. 1 1 have the distincion of having out
classed Bryan as a vote getter
I FATHER AND SON.
No movement inaugurated by the dominant church in Utah
promises more good than that of father-and-son
Today hundreds of boys, accompanied by their fathers are
I moving to the camping grounds on South Fork of Ogden river. For
I three days the boys and their fathers will come in close communion
iu the great outdoors and there, under the inspiration of nature,
will be the companions that they should be,
Now, as never before, the grown-ups are giving attention i" tin-
i hoys having seen the necessity of guiding the youngsters on the road
in useful lives, rather than neglect them until wayward habits arc
OUTBURSTS OF EVERET TRUE
iijTTnrr-r G-OtN Our the County 1. OA O
THIS vs AS FAR as xovVn, o !l b.. Wr1
a, orTervj as 1 HAve hauh.-d
YOU AROUND TH. CIRCLE YOU ' OTZj
HVe NILV6R. S.O MWCH AS Vilf
Or-FRGU TO HCrCP rlC WASH TMC- I
BOAT VPTCR. A c '
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DR. VANCE'S DAILY ARTICLE
BY. DR. .1 Ml l - I M'H
There Is no room in God's world for
people who withdraw from circulation
There arc men and women who have
ability, who possess resources of mind
and heart. o position and property,
of influence and examples, but they
keep these res. in rccv in cold storage.
They are not using their Sifts.
They could live a nip life, hut their s
is a small life. They could !c useful,
hut .hey are selfish. They could func
tion a career that would stir and bless
the World, hut they are endowed idlers.
.They deliberately defeat the pur
pone of their creation. God's capital
Is human life, lie operates through
people hut the:,p rich Idlers have taken
that much of the capital stock of the
Almlght out of circulation. Thcv are
slnnlna; ngalr.st themselves, npalnst so
ciety, and against the Iod who made
them to he of s me service to man
kind Sllentlv. hill remnrvel thP sfll-
tence executes, itself. No man can
keep whqi he declines to use. Your
BY UNCLE SAM, M. D.
alth Questions Will Be An
twercd If Sent to Information
Bureau, U S. Public Health Serv
Ice, Washington, D. C.
Faulty Positions While At Wo-k.
I on't let yo'ir body becomo de
fenvad fhroucli faulty poiturc,
Some occupations app.irtnily cannot
be Cnfrled on withbat ihe worker 11 .v
IriK in assume unheMlthful pos.tlnnfl
t'lu. is the caao. for example, writ) Rur
nient workers s leem.iki .? dom; h r.
w oric, and draughtsmen.
. :-idying an occupation from ha h
lenlc t.tandpoln; , especially at to
nrd' the nonitlon ae.unied ; the
rortJtr, Il Is found that. Irt ,:t leutl
come iiislante ., a faulty popltioii can
i rooted hv fiii.nmp- ihe accepted
it ' r r.ventlonal - anner and condlHon s
Don't blindly follow old oaethods'
sec f they Cannot be changed for the;
Consider fra'ai has been done In
Ibnckl-iying !orni-?rly n hrirkm i?on
js'oiip'd far over; both to reach the
I br)clf to Inv, i.nd for the mortar, a
i-lilieulous waste of energy. N jw.idays,
juiIi bricks and mortar are placei at a
j convenient height, and stoopin ; la do'
longe r neceaea y,
yiieraver deformity la due to a faul
ty ItOi iDon assumed bv an Indl'iduul,
much can be accomplished bv educa
tion nd training, by at'.enlion to light
ing, i!jle of etiair, height of desk or
table, rye strain etc. Almost ecjaall.
hnpotcant ire se'ilng up exercisea r.nd
I breathing drills hk practiced in mopt
Q. I have tuberculosis laryngl iq.
and about a month ago my pharn.;.
back of the tonsils, became ulcerated.
The ulceration has healed, but there
is still a dark red spot. Is this an:
alarming condition" "hat should I
A. You should rest your throat as
much as possible, and keep the ihrnot I
clean with the antnyB you mention. Be!
sure to have g jiorouth examination
made by a physician, preferabh a
thToat specialist It is probable thn'
the spot you mention is due to a tuber
Q. What Is meant by 'poor eircula-1
tion?" What causes dark circles under
the eyes'' What causes constipation"
Can il be cured and hoyr .'
A. There are a number of causes ol
poor circulatoin of the blood Some
times the heart is at fault: eome ,
times there is general weakness I
ifometlmes the arteries are too small.!
Be sure to have a doctor examine you I
to find out the cause of vour trouble
Iark circles under ihe eyes are.
hometlmes the result of emariation;
sometimes they arc caused by lack of
sleep, and in women are often Ihe re
suit of periodic iJfBtUTBancoa
We have repeatedly discussed con
st i pat ion in the column If ymi will
send me your name and addreps I will i
be glad lo send you an article dealing!
with this trouble 1
posaeseioha are really limited to what
'you have in circulation.
I Goil Is not in the cold storage husl-
neaa in'e may he gifted, hut if he
dues until Me hl fills Ihnv Ihho their
lvalue He ma be talented, hut if he
does not exercise his talents. It is the
jsame as if he did not possess them.
I Your title to your endowment must
j he vindicated you cannot validate
your business with a sign hoard You
i must prpduce the iroods. You must
get vour life assets Into active cir
culation or quit business.
This is the only title to earth etern
lt reapecta an honest effort day by
'day to make tho most of your life
and v our onnortunltv . The millionaire
is not required to do the stunts of a
pauper; the wage-earner Is not asked
I to assume tho responsibility of the
millionaire, but each must face his
I part of the front and carry on De
clining, he Is cashiered,
"For unto every one that hath shall
be given, and he shall have abund
ance; bur from him that bath not
I stall he i a ken away even that which
WASHINGTON, July 22 Millions of
I eggs are now being sent by parcel
post In fan. cc. i. mk first among
farm products In being marketed
through the po, office
To make pin inone now all a farm
woman needs I- a bunch ot good I '.ylng
hens honest and regular customers
and necessary containers for eggs In
other words, to complete this evele un
honest farm woman must get In touch
With honpst cty folk, then she sends
the eggs regvilnrlv and the city custom-J
ers si nd her checks regularlv
The department of agriculture has;
ia ltrl llin ff,l!i u lilf inolrnMnne 9nm I
Muling eggs by parcel post
Tggs for direct marketing. If the
trade requires if. or if It can h done
Without any disadvantage, should be
assorted aa to Mie and colo. Eggs
Irregular in aha? those which ?re un
mmi. '' long or thin shelled, or which
have -hells otherwise defective, should
be kept by the pioduccr for boTnfl lie
Av.rage hep-.' eggs will wei-h about
one and one-hi'f pounds to the dozen
cr IWo ounces ap ece The weight of
i sin. !a dose?, of eggs in a carton,
prr,p?rly packeJ and wrapped for ie Ml
inc. .v ill run fron two to thrc pounds,
Vpending on the nature of the partic
ular container, fh ize of the egg and
the packing an i wrapping used
A parrel Containing two dozen cSJ;a
Will add perhaps two con's to rfte p -stage,
though sometimes onh on' at,
depending on the nature of ibe con
inine-, the size of the eegs and the
packing anri wrapping used
The larger G,c parcel (wi.hln the
size i.nd weight lmita tee I -a per Li
the iioft.ice as tbe first pound of ever
package costs five cents within the
firs) nd second zones, while oa h ad
C'ttonel pound, up to 50, COStq hut one
A M T PIOKBB
Stage Manager All ready, run up
Stage Hand Say, what do you think
I am. a squirrel? Froth.
PA I HI l r c Rl BADEB
Mother You naughty boy! You've,
Little Son N'o I haven't'
"How did your clothes get torn and
your fare get scratched '"'
"1 was tryin' to keep a had boy
from huriins; a gOOQ little boy."
"That's my own brave son! Who was
the good little boy'"
"Me " Answers. London.
STATE ANDJDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Grm State
; Weber County Must Raise Its,
Assessment Rates, State
salt LAKE, it'iv - ifarm lands
n. Box Lhler county have been asses
sed nt nhout no pei i ent of thHr fic-'
tunl ninrket alue this yetir. It was
unnounced following Investigation Ofj
mire thun n score of real estate trans
fers in the county, the Sales having
been selected ut random fioni the rec
ords of the county recorder's off lee,
by the st.'itc board of equalization.
This was one of the matters taken up
with commissioner a of alt counties I
yesterday in Salt Luke.
Mr. Pett said that the figures ob-1
tallied by the hoard were correct, so.
fai as they went. He also had no
I criticism t offer of the meilion of I
'eiei-tinp tbe sample sales But he
countered with the statement that he
I had hlmaelf Investigated well over 100
aetual sales of real estate recorded
il, the past year, and he had found
libel the assessed valuation was on the I
average abou, TO per cent of the ac-
tool pile, paid on the mHrket.
I The llox Klder eountv officials
argued, as did other county officials
In-lore the commission, thut just nil
present the farmer, particularly in the.
longer settled portions of the state, Is j
not anxious lo sell his property. H Is
luklns good money off It as a pro
ducer He cannot see whe; e he can
lu neflt himself by u change There
fore be will not sell in many instances,
.unless he gets mor,. than the real'
value of his property,
Weber county was represented by
Commissioners Martin P. Brown
Datua H. Er.slf-n and Jo hnM. Child j
and Assessor Owen E. Sun'derson '
Utazlng lunds In Weber county ai c asi
'sessed at J'.fi't. runge cattle at $20 68;
milk cattle at $ 3 13, range sheep arei
i't I6 and sheen "otheiwise assessed '
Ut $n.32. The state board has not
mane ,my leclslon as to these figures!
yet, hut it was pointed out that,'
;o to equitably nssessed, either live-!
slock In other countle.1 must come
down to the We er county figures, or
elae the Weber county figures will
have to be raised
REGISTER OF LAND
OFFICE DEAD IN VERNAL
SALT LAKE, July 22. Petor liun
bqji, register of the United stutes land
oliice ut Vernal, died Tuesday even
ing at his home after a short illness,
according to word received In Salt
Lake yesterday He was born In Salt
Lake, March 7, 1S62 the son of the
I lute Peter B unci Agusta L. Hanson.
Thirty -five years ago he moved to
L'inta county and for twelve years was
county clerk of Uintah county. Later
i he was admitted to the bar and hod
1 practiced law but a short time before
I he was elected county attorney on the
Democratic ticket. He received an
I appointment as teglster In the land
Office in I'Jl-t and was -eappointed in
Mi Han3on is survived by his wife.
Mrs. Nellie Gllnes Hanson Profossor
W K- Hanson of Vernal, a son; Mrs
Mabel ' lson of Vernal and Miss Jen
iui Huiis.ii) Hi" Vernal. d.iUKhtei.x, and
t!'i following litotheis ;mil sisters:
Mrs, Anna White "f Salt Lake: N. J.
' Hanson and John Hanson of Salt
L.ke, and Ralph Hanson of Los Ang
eles. Fred V. Hanson, another broth
er, was killed In a snowsllde last win
ter at the Woofllawn mine In Cotton-
I wood canv on
BINGHAM WOMAN AND
HER NURSE ARE KILLED
PI BBLOi folo, Jul 22. Mrs. I
Milllr McKenSie of Bingham Canyon. I
Utah a patient In a private sanitarium:
here, and Mrs, Sibyl Borux, a nurse I
jvveie killed this evening at 8 o'clock'
I when struck by a Denver & Kloj
Grande passenger train Mrs. Mc-I
: Kenzle saw the train approaching and!
ran towards It. while Mrs Boruz a.t-1
tempted to save her.
Information from Bingham shows,
that .Mrs MeKsnslc vas a resident!
of that camp from 1 S 1 7 until about
six months ago. Shortly after the
death of her husband, in 1919, her
health began to fall and following a
nervous breakdown, her family ar
ranged fm Iv-r to go to the sanitarium
at Pueblo for treatment Her condl-'
tlon had gre.itly improve,! recent l. It
was reported. The body will be
brought to Utah for burial.
CHARGES TO BE DROPPED
AGAINST PRES. GRANT
B A 1 T LAKE July 22. John I!
Smccd, assistant United States district
attorney of Idaho, has announced that
charges against lleber J. Grunt, presi
dent ol the Utah-Idaho Sugar com
panj will be dropped A prediction
i that this step wouhl be taken was
i made at the time of the preliminary
hearing of the sugar companj on thi
Mr Sim ei.l ;,s,, announced that the
charges against two other directors
I named lis his complaint will be
'dropped. He declined to state who
these directors ure Ho stated that he
! " ill file a new complaint which will
eliminate three directors and will sub
Istltute the names of other persons.
Tin preliminary hearing on the com
plaint will be hold Monday before
United states commissioner Henrj
CHURCH LEASES HUGE
SALT LAKE ruly 22 The latest
real catote lease ever consummated In
Salt L&kc was made known yesterda.v
when Hebor J. Grant, as trustee In
trust for the L. D. S. church, an
nouo 1 id that the Belvlderc apartment
I ntel had been leased to Dr. J. T.
Keith, president of the Belvidere In
The lease carries an aggregate ren
tal to the church for a fifteen-year'
period of more than $1,000,000
The Belvidere Is tho largest and
newest of Salt Lake apartments, and
Is located at tho corner of State street
and Social Hall avenue.
POCATKLLO MUSICIAN DEAD.
POCATELLO. Ida , July 21
harleg B. Kotzer, 71 years of age. a
resident t Pocatello for the past 30
tars died at a local hospital last
evening He was prominent in Poca
ti Do musical circles, having always
l iken nn active part In work of this
Tho body will be taken to his old
home in Cleveland, .. for burial.
MOVE TO OUST
Minority Stockholders of the,
West Cache Make Charges
Against Eccles Interests
LOGAN. July 22. For the fifth
time In four months stockholders of
the West inrhe Suarar company met
al the Chamber of Commerce for the
ptirpr,e ,,f electing nfficers and ii
roctors for tho coming year Tho j
iiieeiinjr x:m .iffy in adjourned Without
any action having been taken ojid !
another attempt nt election will be
held September !7, It is stated.
Attorney David A West of S;i It J
Lake ho Id the proxv of E f; Wool
ley, president of the company Janv
Uirsen of LoKnn assumed the iIuMm
of chairman of the masting, stating
that he had been asked to do so hv
Mr Wnollev The stockholder how.
ever, did not recognize him as such
and W 8 Hansen of ColltnHton wis
made chairman of the meeting. .Mr.
West made a motion to adjourn the
meeting until Septen r j; and about
thlrtj of the atockholdera votei
.iKatnst this motion, but inasmuch as
'tie controlling sljrk wan held bj Mr.
Wt st as proxy, Abe Tyson, maiiasrer
of the sugar company's plant, and Mr
Larsen, the motion was carried
Before adjournment, John a hh
drlckson a stockholder and former
president made some remarks, stat
ing that the company had produced
14,000. bags of Jgar during the cam
paign of 1019-20 and should have
made a Inrffe profit and paid a divi
dend. He stated further It was ap
parent that the company's Interests
had not been properly protected and
thiit ii change in the iminngonn nt whs
necessary. Mr. Hendrlckson alat-d
the controlling Interest In the com
pany was owned bj the David BcClea
estate of gden and that the DcbleS
interests are responsible for holding
the present officers In their positions.
The meeting was more or less
storni and a number of stockhold
ers, besides Mr Hendrlckson. express
ed dissatlafnctlon with the work of
the present officers of the company
Inasmuch as the meeting had been
tiled for an election of officeis. one
stockholder, Thomas W Lloyd of Lo
gan, proceeded to nomlii.it.- some mor, l
for these positions, but he was halt
ed by the chairman, as Mr Wesl
! motion had precedence. Following the
' regular meeting, tne minority stoi k
, holders remained for an Impror.ptu
I session, and after some discussion up.
pointed a committee of three to lool;
after tho Intfrests of the 3,",u mlno -Ity
stockholders. This nnni'ti. ,.n
Hlst.x of John Hendrlckson of Logan
W. H Hansen of Colllnston and V ir
Shearman of ' iicd e 1 1 . representing l
Fred J. Klesel estate.
;W. L. WATTIS WANTS TO
DROP POLITICAL WORK
SALT LAKE. July 22 The com
mittee on a rra tifjenicnts for the He
publican state nominutiiiK convention
met yesiorduy afternoon at the office
I of Henry Welch, chairman of tho state
committee. A gener-.l discussion of
plans rot the convention, which will
! be held August It, look place but no
I definite action was taken.
Warren L. Wattis of Ogden, named
DJ Mr. Welch as a member of the
I committee, asked thut his name be
wlthdruwn because of the fact that Ins
brother, w h Wattis, is a candidate
lot the Republican nomination for
Mr. Wattia stated that he had no
wish to lie j member of ;( committee
ot. which would be pia ed any of ti-..-
orgs nlsatlon work of the party "1 b
meeting of the committee was ad
journed until next week at the call of
the State chairman. So action wa
TRUCK DRIVER INJURED
IN COLLISION WITH CAR
SALT LAKE. July 22. N'els John-'
son, 3 fi years old, of 819 East Thlr-j
teenth South, was badly injured and
his truck was smashed when he at
tempted to cross In front of a south
bound Murra car last night
Johnson was taken to the Murri
Bakery and three Murr.-n physicians,
Dr "arl R Pace. W H and S. G
Huthwell of Murray were culled.
Johnson's left arm and right leg were
broken, his face badlv cut, uul be was
Injured internally A Knowles, Street
car conductor, also sustained seven
cute on his face. Johnson w as Liter ij
removed to the L. D S. hospital ,,'
BOY STRUCK BY AUTO
TWIN FALLS, Ida July 22.
Emerging late locU' fro" r iw-l
(hours' period of uneonsi lousnt-.
Suiting when he was struck down here
yesterday by an automobile In onc
j of the principal streets. John Denton,
10. son of D M Denton of this eltj
I appears to be on the road to recov
ery. The driver of the car Is declared1
I blameless for the accident. The I.
i with several others was engaging In!
a water fight In the street when the
I accident occurred.
ACCUSED FORGER FOUND !
IN SAN QUENTIN PRISON
, . i . i
j SALT LAKE. July 22 After comb-
ilng the Intermountaln countr alnct
last April In un effort to capture
6le Hnden, alleged former of a u n
department check n was learned here
yesterday bv William H. Davenport, of
'th,e I'nited States secret service office.
Ithtit the man has I ecn In San Quentln
prison In California alnCe last Decem
ber Ha was jonvicted on a jrrandli
larceny charge and received an Inde
terminate sentence from one to ten
YOUNG BRIDE STRANGLED
BY GROWTH IN THROAT:
BRIGHAM. July 22 Mrs. Zina A.
Nelson died ni her home In Bear River
City Tuesday from strangulation, due
to a tumorous grow th In her neck.
She underwent an operation for the
removal of the growth about six
Mrs. Nelson was tho wife of Carl
Nelson and the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs ' irl I . Anderson. She wus born
at Hear River City. June J3. 1? : I Her
n:arrlaa;e to Mr Nelson took place Just
three months ago. Funeral services
will be held at Beiir River City to
INJURED MINER GOING , I
TO HOME IN IRELAND J
SALT LAKE. July 22 Pat Sullivan, MV'
who wished to return to Ireland, was BSj
permitted to carry out this wish Wjh " tf!$
he was paid 1909.20 In n lump sum K8n
by the industrial commission of Utah 32
This Is the Commutation of $6 per aW8lP
week for 151 weeks. amolf
Sullivan, who was permanently In- BWffil-
Jured by an accident at the Cardiff 8!stf
mine last year, had 10 per week com- BsQK
Ing to him for a period of about four jKESdj
years, and nfter that, 512.77, or 4" ?Mf
jier cent Of his WSgVS, until the time iBlrl
Of his death. He will receive Install- ffif jyj
nunts of 19 per wee,, for 161 wee1 H H
and will then recelvo the full amount SC3?3
dut him I I
FIRE DESTROYS NOTED I
LANDMARK OF MALAD
MA LAD, Ida.. July 22. Fire de- - BotH
Btroyed one of Malad's oldest land- LW.mc :
marks Monday night w hen the Eliza mrf ' !'
Jones building was burned Mpj'tfl:!;;
The building was constructed in Wrm'M
1 7 n and a! one time was the city's rC'BJj'
leading general merchandizing cstab- Nr
llshment The building was also used . MyHB
aa a poatoffli e ror I earl
The building had been remodeled 1 '
and was occupied by two families at I Mi
llie time of the fire. The entire sirm I t, ::,
tore and most of the household good li'-
were destroyed. VMPl
NAMES OF CHILDREN W
MUST BE GIVEN SOON
SALT LAKE, July 22. Dr. J. C. IkSiS
Manchett, president of the Utah chap- l'Ks$1
icr of the American Praternal con-
dress. announced last night thtl SKiP''
names of children participating in the '
bettgr baby contest at ligoon, July
28. must enter their names at the ttK$rv
stMe board of health office al the UcW'
Capitol prior to July 27. !' -V' '
The contest is for children from one Iak-'4
to five years old. Prizes will be por- ilfU
traits of the five winning children I :
UNUSUAL OPERATION ON fi
HIS BACK IS SUCCESSFUL I
P "' W ELLO da., July 11 - i
rge St oil ii member of i local Is
Ditbllc accounting firm, returned bonv ,.aW
undergone an operation ,. i the L. D S.
hospital The oun?r man's case at- ft
Lracted considerable attention In Ftah Bllw ji' I
;ind Idaho medical circles. He Waa BsC'' ''
thrown from a hu. king horse n 1917, gpSf
sustaining Injuries to his spine, which I ';
were not discovered until some time tt'rt,:
after the accident. fj?v
I W I.R IWs l m i (Hi. II
POCATELLO, July 82. Blda for fck,.
( onstructlon work for the sewer In
district 19 were ouene.l here last nlathl Bra.'
by the city commission The bid H'' '
submitted asked 28 cents per squars
foot which was considerably higher HtM
(than the olty authorities figured thev BlF ' ' 1
j could pay for the work New bids B&ifcji;;
Will be asked In the future It Is said Bj;
ROAD MAP on CHURCH
s-IIT-'N. Ida., July 22 The Ash- M
ton Commercial club has built a Iarg I ,
sign, as a map iruldeboard. at the H: n !'''
V'. rnon chur.-h for the Information
of tour, i i bound for Tellon stoi i m
Park. The si" g I -I x 1 7 fret In dl- la'''
menalone and a map of the upper fcA
3no ke river ounl i i painted on 11 fci '
in mire units The map, aa it appears B
on the board, represents ts bj 2 4 H'
IDAHO TR ADICS FISH JaK'OS' i
Fish Commissioner Oeorc. 1 , ica left m,'
last night for Anaconda Mont., for Mm-','-1'.
the purpose of purchasing a half-mil- T'
lion srav flngerllngs with which 19 .'.
stock Idaho streams. In return for BJ';. ' . .
the gravllngs received from Montana lljK;
the fiah department ts planning to f '
gi-e the Montana authorities red fish I
ftngerllrigs from the lakes of the K:.!''T
Hailey district. KVi
WOKKING FOR ARMORY. I
POCATELLO, Ida., Jul.v 22 In an tt
effort to get some definite fiction re- Blef -1
gardlng an armory and suitable drill laf$; I
grounds for B troop First Idaho cav- MeI'
airy, a committee was appointed yes- BPm
terd iv by the board of governors of j5"
the chamber of commerce to Investi- jE-!
k.Ue the matter of purchasing a blocll
In the Fairview district and to com.
munlcate with the adjutant general I
regarding funds available to construct I
the armory. Ktjfc&'$
FEDERAL COURT SESSION
P'-iCATKI.Iu 2 2. Fed. I VBB
eral Judge F. B Dletrioh, accompan. 4v,
ied by Clark Reynolds. Court Report, f
McLnln, and oth. rs arrived in Pru.,
tello yesterd.i'. for n special session of I
federal court, which win last during asf'sl""'
Ihe greater portion of the week The 1 1 : M
i- in 4LhH9
vestment company versus 'ho Ftdei- mfl
Itv and Deposit company, to recover HBfl:
la mages on a contract bond LwwF i
PIONEER DAY PROGRAM
PI " a-TBLl ' i, Ida . Julj 82. Ex-
tcnalvc preparations for the obssrv- aim s
ince of Pioneer day have been ar- It
-anged under the auspices of the L. D 5
v churi.lv The affair will hi. h.i.l K
at Mendeii paik u'm Saturday. B
Athletic event-, will be features of I jf
.the day's events while Or Noah H. aw x.
Pond and Or Frederick Vlnlnp Fish- )
er will be the speakers of the day. R,
I IVOR DAVIS FOR GOVERNOR i
AIA1.AP, Ida., July 22. Rapubll- 1
cans of Oneida county have filed a mt
list of their delegates to the state Ml
?ninjliy convention to be held ij I
Pocatello AogusC 1. The parsonagl I fi
the delegation lndlcalv hwl '.".. I
county's vote will go to D W rau R
for governor and Colonel E G. Davis aWrS :' P:
for I'nited .States senator l
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INSPECT VAliLEY SCHOOLS UML
r.itli.ll V.VI. July 22 Stale Mjperln- Lift
(enrli-nt f,f Schools L. I Muli K I WB'
Norton, his asslstunt. and State .Scriooi MaTV,
Architect lo.ieiih Monson made an In- mmT
spection trip to Bear River valle: Kmr
schools. Superintendent c ( Ski-I . k
mor and C. F. Wells. jr architect, i j
also made the trip. & jf-'al '
DRV CROPS BURNING UP Bf )
ASHToN. i.ja j,,y 22. Crops on u"
dry farms m (hla.aectlon are badl ar
burning. Several local showers hAve. IvaflsslBsB
tended somewhat to liven them up. but iDsWCaLH
hot. dry' weather continues to will aKlHaBaawB
them linmedlnteiy to the ground. Rain !
Is badly needed. If
Hricnndaire flourished In Greece un
der Turkish rule. 11 12 Hm
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