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' o THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1920.
I FARMERS WOULD
National Organization Takes
Steps to Do Away With the
Middleman In Marketing
M CHICAOO, July 24. Plans for o-
operative marketing of grain and live
-) and development of better mar
,i ng facilities were discussed hew
'l -i meeting of the American Farm
The organisation plant n perrna
nent bureau in Chicago vested with
authority to determine the best means
61 disposing of produce through CO-
itive efforts This srould ellmln-
speculation snd stabilise prices o
consumer, speakers said.
We plan to organise local gram
interest in every State, so that the
nroducprs will hae control of tnc
f.'rnin until It reaches the manufic
hirer," nld T R Howard, president
of the federation This Is a rirht
gainst the broker and the mlddle
man.'' RFSK UCll WORK
Seeretarj cf Agriculture Mereditn.
w-ho was on hi way to Wr.shing'on,
fold the deio.Tirc that the depart
tyint of Agriculture was conducting
Research work anion? the farm or
jfonisetions o as to promote co-oper-alon
with the department
have had to eliminate touch
Information relating to agricultural
blerflS, OWlng to lack of fund." lift
Other speaker! tod iy Included
Jatron Saplio. of San Francisco, rep
relenting fifteen Pacific coast co-6p-vretive
producer? organisations' C.
K. Oustafson, president of th Farm
Union of Nebraska snd PranR
M StyerS, secretary of the National Kami
Grain Dealers' association-
FARMERS" i:m: tmps
Mr. Meyers told of the progress rr
Organising farmers' co-operative e:e-
'nr companies in the Mississippi
M Valley He said there werr about GOO
5n Illinois alone, and .00 lr. the mnl
M ,!eweat. In Iowa 76,000 farmers arc
shareholders In co-operative elevator.
M A committee of ."inn f. rmcrs from
M -every state in the union Will call on
Senator Harding and Go rrnor Cox i
v. ih a request that they stare their
position cn agricultural affairs, II was
der'ded by the national bOS Of f I rm
organizations. QuesUonnal i ;s already
f;. been sent to the ca
I CENSUS REPORT
WASHINGTON. Julv 24. lone. la..'
12.451. Increase. 2.104. or 20.3 per
Clay Center. Kin.. 3.773. Increase.
2 7 7 or 1.1 per cent.
Cuyahoga Kalis, O, 10,200, Increase.
6.1 80. or 15S.7 per cent.
Keene. N. H. 11.210. increase 1,142,
Or 1 1 3 per rent.
Upper Sandusky (., 3. 70S, increase,
7 i or 1.1 per cent
Dennlaon, O.. 6,524, increase 1.516.
or "7 8 per cent.
Kingston, S v (revised figures)
06,668. Increase 780, or 3 a per ctn.
Previously announced cl 2 K 8 4 .
Savannah. Ga., (revised flp-ure?!
IS.252, Increase 1R.1SS, or 28 0 per
cent. Previously announced as
PIONEER CANDY MAKER
OF CHICAGO DIES ABROAD
CHICAGO, July 23 Ferdinand.
Bunte, 74 years old, pioneer Chicago I
candy manufacturer, di d Wdn lay I
at the home of his daughter in Urach, ,
Wurtemhurg. Germany, aeoordliur u I
a cable received today by his son. 1
Theodore W Bunte, Mr Lunte went
to Germany last November.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
' Ba?r Tablets of Aspirin'" la genu '
lne Aspirin proved safe by millions an i
prescribed by physicians trr over 20
eara. Accept only an unbroken ' Dg)
er packupe" which contalm proper di ,
rectlons to relio. Headache, Tooth
nche, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheuniatlsni, i
Colds and Pain. Handy tin boxes of
12 tablets cost tcv cent- Druggists
also sell larger Baer packagt
plrln Is trnd mark B;y; Msoufactiirs
Mono;:r e, Icaciiieptf r oj Ssilcyllcacid
I, . -i
sfl Beautiful Women j
IreSyffif of Society, dur njjt'if: p. -.ft
Yjm seventy years have relied J
Y" upon it for their distin- t
1 vgulshed appearance. The
JVlIt, refined, pearly j
! white complexion It I
I if. f render instantly, is
always the source of
d v iudlniSiffllktgiiiIIf
When you leel so "blue" that
even the skv looks vellow soil need
A tlucrK lrrer in'l poorly iciirvr EcWmS!
fail to AcMroT 'or -A pouooa. wUcta nSoci ih
I nir.d u well U l!vebcdy.
j mi Knj ft rmtful U i Trr
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I r S' y DRtoniSTS EVES' HI Uf
!LH75 SHURTLIFF !
S5 YEARS OLD TODA Y
President Lewis W Shv:rt!lff of the
Weber stake. :a today celebrating the
eighty-fifth anniversary of his btrih-
da:- He Is s;iendln;c the day In com
pany with his sons, grandsons nnd
fir-nt-fmndsons, nt the Veber stake
Fathers' and Sons' outing In South
Although advanced In years, Prcal
dont Shurtlltf is sull one of the mpsl
active men In church affairs in this
cit' whefe hie striking jjeraonallty .'ind
sociable disposition has won for him
many permanent friends. The veteran
churchman has spent his entire life In
the interests of the church and Biat
and today phows no signs or Inclination
to cease his activities.
- President Shurtllff Is a si.n of Iu
man A. and Eunice Gayford Shuriliff
and with his parents arrived In Salt
Lake in September 14." Later the
f'tmlly moved to Weber county in the
Harrlsville district. He passed through
Pillaging yid Burning
Mark i, isii Struggle
(Continued From race one.)
onlst leader, today telegraphed Bel-,
fast Unionists as follows:
"1 earnestly hope tnat all Unior.lstr,
In Belfast will assist the authorities
in putu.ig down the disturbances and
restoring peace " i
VIA HBISHOF 8 11 . .
LONDON, July 2J. I ians of Arch
bishop Daniel J. Mannlx'of Australia,
to visit Ireland are unchanged by re
ports of opposition In the houso of
commons to his landing liccaiiie of h.s
expressions on the Irish question, it
as announced here today. The bish
op will s-i II for QueepStOWn July ol
on the steamship rialtie. it wc.s stated,
and after a stuy in Ireland will con
tinue bis ourney to i-tome.
BBLPA8T, July tz. Tho following
ar.nouticement, which is regarded as
significant, vfts issued from L'later
beadquarters in the old town hall hc.s
"Lieutenant Colonel Spender, D, 8,
O., who formerly wa.s connected With
the Ulster voiunteer forcf s us chief
s'.a'ff Officeri ha-' assumed command
of that body. All loyalists shouhl rc
pon their resptctivt battalions."
Harding Happy Over
Johnsons Speech View
(Continued From Page One.)
that the Republicans liad 1 5,ooo chau
tjui'iuu speakers engaged at $30 a day
and that the Democrats will attempt
to of.?et tbls move by teCUrlng volun
te?. I '.niocraiic orators. The state
ment furthel :i1 Chat the Democratic
:iiinny?mert woubl not attempt to
"compete in money" with the Republi
cans. 1 cinfttng nekl ubnday, the povcr
hoi announced) he will receive no call
ers until he concluded his acceptance
GREEKS EAGER TO MEET
TURK FORCES IN BATTLE
ATHENS, July 21. A battle for th
possession of Thrace has begun along
the MSfltSS river In Sanguinary pre
liminary operation precipitated by
the Turks. Colonel Jafar Tayar
severely bombarded the Greeks with
a fire lasting until after midnight, the
;reI:s answering with heavy guns.
A tdmllar homhnrdment took place
at Kulell Burgas The Greek's en
thusiasm for battle Is high and they
are bringing up several divisions of
troops, also airplanes nnd cnvalrj
Ijrge tracts In Montenogro are not
pUSceptlblC to cultivation.
I Call and See Me for Your
Lowest Pric?i Consistent With
2428 Hudson Phono 79Z-M
nil the experiences and dangers con- H
nected With 'he Salnior Piver mission I
and also seped as a missionary tor
England win re he prcr.lderi over twO'B
conferem 11 During his mission term ( H
hs paid B visit 1 1 ' th' conference on I
the European continent. P.
Upon his return from England. ! I
Presldeni Shurtllff was called to the
offl ' oi bishop at Plain City and on I
JanUaT II, I S3, was ordained presl- 1
,dc:it of the Weber stake which office 1 I
ho still holds lie served as county j
commissioner, as member of the Con-; I
BtttUtlonal Congress and a councillor I I
of tlie Ttrrltorlal Congress, Ue was!
i' . elected probate judge and from I
1910 to 19M was postmaster at tho g
Ogden offioe. He hat been enosen as I
I delegate to many national conventions!
a Hi 1 ha ttei ' 1 1 1 ' 1 lei "ns of the 1 1
National Irrigation Congress.
Today h'' manv frie il are extend-1 I
Ing him congratulations and expres-, I
Isle ns of a desire that he yet be I
pared 4or many gears of u s fulness, i
Cann:n Provinces to the
No;-ih Also Suffer From
rAP.GO. X. P., July I. Two
known dead, a dozen injured, three
probably fatally, and extensive prop-
: ty damage was the toll of a terrific
storm which sWept over part's of Mc
Hehry nnl Ward counties in Norih
Dakota la't night.
Tho dead are. Mrs. Immanucl J.
i it livi:ig near Drake, and Mrs '
Andrew Botr, who lived near Mlnot.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stltzer. re9lu
i: on i farm near Drake, were In-1
jured serio'.tsly when the storm razeti !
every bt.ildln? on their farm. They j
Were :.kcn to a hosultal at Harvey, (
When little hope is held out for their j
.Andrew Bot7. husband of one of the
storm's victims, Is in a Mlnot hcspl
uil and it was said his condition is 1
Many fr.m biddings In McHenry,
. coumy were destroyed and much live-,
otock was khled
DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING,
NIAGARA PALLS. Unt , July 23
1 Lightning c.iuecd many fires hero ana
In nearby places during a heavy siorm
n swept this section tonight. Sov
! oris! f irm house.", were burned Tele
' graph nnd telephone lines were re
, ported out of commission througiio'.it
Pr.'.n Inches of rain fell In aftout
two hours, flooding streets and caus-'
Ing thousands of dolliiri: damage. Tim
Jriciiu" building at the Whirlpool
Rapids was bndiv damaged
t LONE IN C AX ADA.
REGINA Sask., July 23. Two pcr
aons uere killed, a sf ore Injured and
j propertj damaged to tho extent of
;520o.i00 i;i a cyclone which M-.ipt the
j I them liart of Sask etcht an Tinurs
1.t. fternoon. The full extent of the
damage to the erojs and the- complete
j casualties list Is not yet known
; The grentesi property damage was
caused at Alameda, southwest of here-.
where the cyclone cut a swath two
I The village of Froblshen sufferer
extensive damage The country roa'.
for mil's Is littered with farm Imple
ments, timber, household utensils ami
i The body of Mrs. Guy Holmes was
four.d a balf mile from hei home ann
her four-day-old Infant who was with
its nurse, is missing. Th nurse was
I carried 75 yards from the houso by I
I the terrific wind.
Sixteen horses in the barn of David
K.ng were stripped of their hair.
I At Kronau, nine miles southwest of j
the city there was a washout and
trains weie held up for some time. 1
At sfoeselaw, ity power service ana '
! telegraphic services wero tied up fori1
: two or three hours. if
S0UTH DAKOTA BOURBONS
WANT NEW PRIMARY LAW
HURON, S. P.. July 24. Sioux
Palls was selected ns the location of
state headquarters of th; Democratic
party at the final BSSSlon of the state
A prepared statement by Louis N
'Crill. Democratic stute chairman, ex
pressed gratification of the nomination
I of Cox and Roosevelt as the party's
'standard bearers and the platform
upon which they stand. "Wo cnll to
their support not only the united dem
orrucy of South Dakota, but all other
citizens, " the statement said. The pri
mary situation of South Dakota is one
of th state iSbues demanding the lm-
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statement continued. deelnrWc that
i"thrr limes ths people havo otecl fa
vorably for the Itlchurdft primary law
and the recent action of the stat- leC"
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'HIGHER EXPRESS RATES
NEEDED, SAYS OFFICER
WASHINGTON", July 14.- A further
Increbee of 15 per cent In express rates
Will be neroHsary to meet the expi-cted
wiiga award to expreps employes b
the railway labor bourd. T. B. Harri
son, of New VorU, representing tho
American Uallway Kxprcss company,
estimated at the express rate bearing
before the Interstate commerce com
mission. Advanced rates of approximately 25
per cent have been asked by the ex-'
press companies to make an udded re-1
turn of about 70.)00.00o. and .Mr
UerrlsDP estimated that ubout 10
000,000 additional probably would,
have to be raise,) Mr. Harrlcon etate'l
that his was only rough estimate.
SEVEN TO BE APPOINTED
ON NEW SHIPPING BOARD
WASHINGTON, July I A. Appoint -menl
of the new shipping board iu
created under the Jones merchant ma
il lne bill, will bo made by President
iWilron e.irly in August. It was said
Secretary of the Interior Payne, for
mer chairman of the boaid who has
bten on a. lour of Alaska, with Secre
tary of the Navy Daniels, is expected
to return to Washington by the end
1 of the month and It was said that he '
at onco would advise with the presl
dent on the selections to be made.
Under the Jones bill the new bourd
Is to consi6c or seven members, two of'
whom are to be chosen from Atlantic
coast states, two from the Pacific!
, coast and one each from the gulf re
i (,'lon, from the states touching on the
Great Lakes and from the interior. V"
Not more than four of tho commls- BB
Blonsrs may be oi the same political Bm
All the nominations, however, still VA
be recess appointments, pending con- W 'jfi.
Urination by the senate.
Tho Krupp works a year before the
war had 70,000 employes.