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IB' TUESDAY EVENINC, AUGUST 3, 1920 THE OGDEN SI ANDARDEXAMINER
tThin People Need Phosphate
F Most lu Ho! Weather
Apt to Take on Good Healthy Flesh
Even on Sweltering Days if Pure
Phosphate is Taken with Meals.
Crur.ejlsts Olipcnsc Bltro Phosph.ite
lB Becouic It If Heal Organic
H Thin men ani vtomcti, nervous and con-
BH itjtntlj' en of sorts, who want nerve
H for e. nr-ru'V, .'imliltii n rind power of en
H durance, are Just the people who will find
a helpful friend In Hit r-v Phosphate which
1 Ik undoubtedly J"M what our nerve.
H blood nnd bon- cell are begging for
H Phosphorous Is o very Important cle-
H ment of every living- cell In your body.
H Without tho necessary supply, kem mlnda
Hl grow dull and ofU-n . iiipld. old time rmbl-
EB tlnn vanishes nnd n wretched feeling of
KH exhausted power minniiinis that onco-in-
domltable spirit to neceasary to success
H T in these strenuous times.
I jftriffV Bltro J hoi phatc ils the nerves direct
kjYaTaraTarJ sith the phosphorous food elements they
PP aj of thjn,
HH FXhallSted people, cllnleal tost! In St.
BB Catherine's hospital. New York, showed
V-BJ vhat two patients gained in weight, one
!B WRECK INJURED
i GETTIftS BETTER
ilv Harold Jackson of Ogden Who
f Had Leg Fractured,
'LI Rapidly Improving
Harold Jackson of Ogdcn. a passen
m ger on Oregon Short Line train No. 32
TjJM if which was derailed at Zenda, Idaho
I - last Saturday, and who received a com
pound fracture of the leg rapidly i
improving, according to word received
j here today from Pocatello.
Edward Mi Hoy, fireman on the sec
ond engine In tho Bmash up, is also
on the road to recovery. Doctors stht
m ed today that he would be out of the
hospital within a few weeks.
f-B William J. Sherlock of Butte, a pas-J
$9-1-9 benger. was able to leave the hospital
909 yesterday. Neil Avery, mail clerk of
gBfl Salt Lake, is improving and will be out
HtIH of the hospital in a few das. All oth-l
ers of tnc lnJured navc lcft tne boS'
l&M P It Is estimated by Oregon Short Line
Iu9 officials that damage totaling more
'.nan ?40.000 was done to Its property
8H by the accident.
IP. 0. Gets Notice on
Foreign Money Orders
Tho following order has been re
ceived at the local portoffice from,
I he postofflco. department at "Wash
Because of the decided and long
contlnued depreciation of the cm
reoey of certain European countries,
as compared with the United States
dollar, it is hereby ordered that on
and after August 18. and until fur
ther notice, postmaster In issuing In
ternational money orders shall con
vert the money of the United States In
accordance with the following 6ched
"Grcat IMtain. one pound equals
M; Netherlands, one florin equals 3S
cents; Sweden, one krona equals 24
'-'-kisB cents; Denmark, one krona equals 20
cents; Norway, one krona equals 'JO
cents; France, one dollar equals 10 30
slJSB francs. Belgium, one dollar equals
KfH 10.30 francs; Italy, one dollar equals
kB 10-30 francs."
pi Boy Scents' Truck
H Goes Through Bridge
jBHE: The Snake river bridge north of
I I Ashton, Idaho, has been repaired and
traffic over the bridge resumed ac-
PAW cording to word received here. The
mj two-ton truck carrying supplies and
ifx ' imping materials for the Ogden Boj
H Scouts, now touring Yellowstone n;t
tlonul park, went through the bridge
B last week. Stringers on the briilfie
1 broke and the bit; cur went Into the
JH river. No one was hurt, although
MJ several were thrown Into tho river at
M, the time.
9m Tho Prince of Wales is also earl of
RJ Carries', earl of Chester, duke of Corn-
QB fc'all. duke of Kolhesav, Baron Kcn-
frcw. lord of the Isles and great stcw
HH ard of Scotland.
II W0THERH00O !
I WOMAN'S RIGHT
How Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound Helps
to Make Women Normal.
Washington, Ind. "I was in such a
condition tliat I never expected to hovo
L llllllilllHI'U-UHlllillllH c'"'l'r'sn and my
9aVsfi' liMVfil ' advised mi' to
liiHBll takt' 1,,l,k"
1 v-J I h am's VejetaMo
1 . J rnii.i. mill. It !!;-
IU proved ni y health
Se - 'S3 and restored a nor-
H Cr- ' ' mI ni"' Poud'tion of mv
IVKi K?M Byslcni -in that I no
H Tj'l h a v o a tine baby. 1
I Until she was about
I i ' II' A ": " ' ' ' '
1 Mi r e r y nervous, and
(i mUM , , d a the time thtirkin?
f ometIiinr terrible was goin to happen.
If I heard anyone coining my heart
would heat fast an. I I wanted to run.
I So I took the Vegetable Compound
1 i, am and it helped me wonderfully,
I Vou ma publish my letter as the ined
I icine is surely great." M r s. I v A
I Banta, H. K. No. 4, Box 24, Washing-
H ton, Ind-
Amonp the vjrt11Pa of Ldia E. Pink-
H j ham's Vegetable Compound is its abil-
H itv to correct sterility in many cases.
This fact is well established &s e i-
H denced by the above letter nnd hundreds
H of others we have published in these
Wy 1" many other homes, once ehildlpss,
llij there aro now children because of tho
sfll f net that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
III Compound makes women normal,
ill healthy and strong.
pounds and the other 17 hi!i or
ririic phoephats was sdmlnliitered, and
loth p&tlentl claim they have not felt en
well nnd r.tronp In th.- r-t twelve your.
Such te6t theae b-id Frederick S.
Kolb". M. U . crtltor ln-chlef of physi
cians' "Who's Who," en author of medi
cal text looka pnl ihomber of Authors"
.immlltee of America. Health paagtia,
Phynlelnnr. LsglslatlVfl Lagxic. N. Y to
remark. "If 1 ban1 mv uav Bltro Phos
DhatS should re pn .erlbel bv every doc
tor nnd u.Md In every hospital."
And Joseph D HurrlRan. former vlit
in: ipclalurt to North Eastern Dispen
sary, suys: "Let those who are weak,
thin. nerVOUS, anaemic or rundown, tak
a nnturnl. unndolterated MiliHtHnee BUCh
SS Ultro-PhoKphnte nd you will oon bcc
some nstonlnhlnir results in the increase
of enrve energy, slrcnpth of body and
mind and power of endurance."
Pltro Phoophnte (the Inexpensive or
panlr phosphate) for thoe who are nnx
ious to Improve their health, Is dispensed
i nil 1 ndlns: drucfrists In the original
JAPAN TO ENTER
! mm m
Temporary Character' of
Land Seizure Is Pointed Out
TOKIO, Aug. 2. (By The Associat
ed Press.) There Is no indication that
Japan will refrain from carrying out
military arrangements she has mad-?
In dealing with the problems arising
out of conditions in Siberia The
government some time ugo outlined
to the world powers its policy re
garding Siberia and in its forthcom
ing note to Washington will amplify
statements It has sent to European
capitals. This note it Is understood
here, Will point out the purely tem
porary character of the occupation b
Japanese troops of points in the Sak
Possible misunderstandings abroad
are apprehended here because of the
city of N'lkolalevsk, on the Siberian
mainland oast, will be. under control
of Japanese mllitarj detachments.
Nlkolalcvsk was formerly a part of
the administrative district of i'rlmor
skala. which was. n turn, under the
Jurisdiction of tho Russian maritime
Japanese officials hae been care
ful to explain to foreign newspaper
correspondents hero that the I'nlted
States was within her rights In ask
ing Japan to define her policy regard-1
lng Siberia, as the two nations sent
troops to Siberia under an arrange
ment made at the suggestion of tho
New Society Seeks to Drive
Europeans Out of African
NEW YORK. Aug. 3. England,
Frame, Belgium und every other
white nation that has 'pre-empted
any portion of the Afrban continent'
are to be summarily ordered to "gel
out of here," declared Marcus Gar
vey. president general of the Univer
sal Negro Improvement association, in
an address at Madison Square Garden
lust night. It was the opening of thc
flrst International convention of the
Garvcy predicted that Asia would
noon undertake the bloodiest war of
all limes to match Its strength and
civilization against that of Europe
and In predicting this war, declared
he saw In It the opportunity foi the
negro to strike for his heritage. The
message of peace brought from the
conference at Versailles by President
Wilson, Lloyd -George nnd Premier
Clemenceuu meant nothing, he aald,
for the handwriting on the wall
pointed to the big war of Asia against
Referring to the European war as
having been waged lo maintain free
dom, democracy and Justice. Garvey
said 2,0'U,000 negroes took part In iu
"Because we did not get that de
mocracy, freedom and Justice as a re
sult of that war, ' he continued, "we
shall organize 400,000,000 negroes
throughout the world .ind flaunt the
banner of democracy on the continent
Egypt, India and Ireland are strik
ing for freedom, he declared, and
negroes will do Iho same.
Meningits Held Causs
d Nobleman's Death
JOHANNESBURG, Union of Fouth
Africa. Aug. 2 Meningitis caused the I
death pf Percy Sholto Douglas, ninth i
marquis of Qucensberry, v, hlch oc
ciirred hu e yesterday morning. First
announcements were to the effect that;
his death was due to pneumonia and
later there were rumors that charges!
against some persons with whom he I
had been associated had been made
An autopsy was made later and devel
oped the fact that he died from menln-1
BISHOP ELECTED TO
BRIGHAM CITY. Aug. 3. Bishop
David til r sen 1 of th 1'ark Valley
ward has been elected to the second
c ounselorshlp in the Cui fev slake I
n.s:doney to fill tho vacancy caused I
by the recent death of Thomas W.
Roo W. R Kisfa succeedH Mr. Roe.
WORKERS TAKE CITY.
LONDON Aug 2. Zittau. Saxony,
a city of between 20.000 and 30.0u0
population, whore labor troubles re
cently occurred, has been s-lneo yes
terday In the hands of radical work
. rs, according to a dispatch to the
The message addn that the police
have withdrawn and that a commlt
t o of fifteen composed of Indepen
dent Socialists, communists and syn-
' ! ' h..-i at turned nuthorlty over
The opal shows lis colors best when
IRISH R. R. FIGHT
IS NEAR CRISIS
Police May End Tie-ups by
Traveling by Motor In
stead of Trains
DUBLIN, Aug 2 The Irish rail
way situation apparently has resolved
I itself Into a contest between tho gov
' eminent and Sinn Pcln. and all the
moves on each side arc calculated
from that point of view.
If there Is to be a general stop
page of all traffic each side Is de
termined to make the other respon
I slble for it, and there will be an argu
I ment as to whether it Is u strike or
la lockout. The government has been
! accumulating transpor;. and has no
' difficulty In conveying iny quantity
of guns and munitions to any part of
Ireland, it has thereiore not chosen
to force the pace by tendering muni
tion. lor the insh gootls tarina, which
on tne refu:rfl of the railway men to
I handle them would have meant de
priving Ireland of many of the neces
sities of life.
TRAl.NS ARE HELD I P.
The trouble which has occurred
has been solely on the passenger
trains and his been mainly cone rnc-d
With the carriage of small partle3 of
policemen or of troops who are belni;
used as supplementary to the police.
At fir.t when the railwaymen refused
to carry them the soldiers or police
took it calmly and returned to their!
barracks. Eater on the g; eminent j
n order that the soldiers or
police should sit tight In tho railway
carriages and insist on being carried.
They were also directed to present
themselves at the next train starting
for their destination.
Hence a series of spasmodic hold
ups of trains all over the country
cvhich i.'tnnoi be relieved till the po
lice decide to withdraw, w he rover
the police insist on belnc carried tht
Iralna cease to run beyond that sta
tion, and the railwaymen responsible
are dismissed. Rut the passenger
tiains which do not stop at that sta
tion are unaffected, and run through
SS usual Un the Midland line this
has meant thai trains from Dublin
cannot get past Athenry and Castle
rea, while trains up to Dublin still
The driver, fireman and guard
starting from Dublin convey their
train as far an the point where the
police want to get on. They refuse
m go any further, and thorc is a reg
ular dally list of dismissals.
JUDGKS TAKE MOTOR.
How small on the whole Is th;
trouble so far raaj bi estimated from
the tut that the total d missals af
tci three weeks or a month's conflict
is less than CO on all the lines In Ire
land Business has suffered but
slightly The situation may be re
lieved any day by a decision of the
go. ernnu nt in send theli men by mo
tor That would be hailed, however,
lit a victory foi Sinn Eein.
The Irish Judges who are now go
ing. out to hold the asslzeb have de
cided to travel by motor. Usually
i hey go bj train, accompanied by an
armeu guard of honor If th( J went
by train with the guard they would
not be allowed to leave the terminus..
If the) wenj without the guard it
would be acknowledging the Slim Eeln
power, and they would be liable to
be held up like any other pnsjengers
at any station where police wanted to
come on board So they go by mo
tor. Tho barristers In many cases
are; doing the same thing, and as a
special concession to the difficulties
in- time have obtained permission to
appear in coui without their wis
and gowns which are usually carried
by tnc bar attendants by passenger
trains now liable to incalculable
chances of delay. The dispute Is not
at all a trades union matter, and no
union can now control it. The funds
for the support of the dismissed men
come mainly from Sinn Eein rvm
pathlzers. GASOLINK THROWN' OUT.
There la no likelihood that the rail
Way men will leld. but cen if they
wished io do so Sinn Eeln would not
let them. Sinn Eeln. for example
thinks that petrol for the air force
is a munition of war. The railway
men did not think that, and had con
veyed 3.000 gallons to Mulllngar en
route foe the air force at Uranmore.
At Mulllngar the train was boarded
by an armed party who refused to
allow It to pro.eed with the petrol.
They took the petrol out of the train
carried It to the embankment and
spilled out the lot It Is regarded as
an Interesting sidelight on military
administration that the authorities
had taken no precautions whatever
against risk and had left the petrol
to travel without B guard.
BISHOP GALLAGHER HEADS
IRISH FREEDOM SOCIETY
NEW YORK. Aug. 3 The Kn-hf
Re v al. j Gallagher, bishop of De-
troii, has bun elected national presi
dent of the Friends of rrlsh Freedom
t" sui d the Mosi lie Rcter y
Magennle, who is now superior gen
eral of the Carmi liie Order In Eun'ipe
It was announced tonlghl. In a
statement issued after his election
the nt (V president called on Amerl
ean citizens of Irish blood to continue
their fight on tho league of nations
the chief purpose of which, he said'
is "the preservation of the territorial
Integrity of the Mrltl.sh empln us In
creased by the world war "
ELECTRICIAN IS SAVED
BY BLOW ON THE JAW
FREMONT, Neb., Aug. 3 Arthur
Thomas, an employe of the city elec
trlc light plant here, was 6aved from
death by a blow on the Jaw, He had
taken hold of a plug which hud be
come charged by a short circuit and
could not free himself Clvde New
ton, i fellow worker, saw his p red ice
mem and swung his right fist to the
point of Thomas' Jaw, knocking him
several fret away Thomas' Jaw was
slightly fractured, but he sa'-a he is
F. S. KEY'S GRAND NEPHEW
DIES IN SOLDIERS' HOME
BALTIMORE, Md . Aug. 3 John
I iiincls Key. 92. a Confederate vet
eran, and grand nephew of Francis
Scot! Key, writer of "The Star Spnn
gled Banner," died at Confederate
'Idlers home. Pikesvllle. yesterday
POOR JIM! HE'S DEAD.
BRAZIL Poor Jim' He's dead. Hp
drowned, the poo: fish! Everybody
hereabout knew Jim For years he
lived in a walled spring, cultivated a
voracious appetr.p. Once he swallowed
a one-pound trout. But now he's gone,
a victim of that Fauio appetite. He
chased a frog into a crevice in the
stone- and stuck Poor fish, how ho'll
A large area of wolfram, a source
of tungsten, has been discovered In
1 1 I
It is hard to believe that
Schilling Tea, with all its
rich frag-ancc and rare
delight:,, actually costs less
i per cup than common tea.
That's why we ask your j
grocer to pay your money
back if you don't think j
A Schilling e? Company
G. 0. P. HARMONY
"Democrat Has Discovered
That Party Is Completely
Unified," Says Statement
MARION, O, Aup 2 A clnim of
complete Republican hnrnmny behind
Senttor Harding on iue Ie;ignc of na
tions Issue was made in an otflclal
statement Psued todav by Senator
Harding's headquarters here.
"Chairman White of (he Democratic
national committee-," tho statement i
raid, "has undertaken to answer some
quest lonB recently r.ddressed to Gov
ernor Cox. HIk statement is chiefly a
complaint because- both Senator Hiram
Johnson ami former President Taft
have expressed approval of Senator
Harding'- position. It is easy to under
stand how BUCfa f" Idences Of Republi
can unity are dicp!easlng to Mr White,
but It was not anticipated that he
would thus earl In the campaign
make such frank acknowledgement
"Inasmuch as .Mr White hn hus
publicly and hundsomel) acftnlmcd I
that all elements of Republicans are
approving Senator Harding s attitude,
it ma be added that he has sensed the
situation with aumirable perspicacity.
Republicans of all sections and groups
are solidly in fax or of Senator Hard
ing's attitude This is proved by thou
Si;ndfi of letters and telegrams fron.
every state, among which the numbers
from states conr.uonly Democratic an
not less than tmiazlng A lar?;e per
centage are, nine over, from men who
describe themselves as having hereto
fore been I lemoi rats
"Chairman White has made a cor-;
rect discovery that the party is com
pletely unified. Republicans are quite
satisfied in noting the complete per
turhallon of the opposing party."
Currency infI.n'ion and other fiscal
subjects were dh. cussed with the nomi
nee by Professor Irving Floher of
TEXAS MOB LYNCHES
NEGRO WHO CONFESSES
CENTER, Tex.. Aug S. A mob ofj
more thun 1000 men yesterday storm-
led the county Jail, battered down the,
s:eel doots. wrecked a steel cell and
took out Llge Daniels, negro, charged
With the murder of a white woman,
cind hanged him to an oak tree in the
court house yurd.
The lynching followed announce
ment b officers of a confession made
by the negro to the grand jury and
uiso to the district attorney.
The wife of a formei wus brutally
attacked und later found unconscious
near her home Thursday night Her
skull was crushed and her body bruis
ed Sh was brought to a local sani
tarium, dying Friday.
Captain W. A. Bridges, commanding
company L, Seventh cavalry, received
i Inst ructions from Austin to protect
'the prisoner, but w:is unable to find
any member of his company in time
for mobilization Shortly after the
lynching the crowd dispersed
A mcssugo was received from Snn
Augustine. Texas, announcing that
should the nej:ro not be executed to
day a elelegatlon from that county
iwould nrrlvo tonight "to attend to the
Dlscoery of raw materials in De
vonshire Is to be followed b establish
ment of class manufacturing plants
l in that part of England.
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept 'California' Syrup of Figs
only look for tho name California un
the package, then you are sure your
child is having the best and most
harmless phslc for the litt'.o stomach
liver and bowels. Children love Its
J fruity taste. Full directions on eacu
I bottle. Vou must say "California."
86 COMMUNISTS !
Illinois Will Clear Docket of
Radieal Cases at Fall Term
RAIDERS IN IRELAND
Wisdom of Britain's Attitude
Toward Archbishop Mannix
Questioned in Dublin
CHICAGO, Aug. 3. With twenty
membei3 of the Communiat-LaDOr
pnrly under sentence for conspiring to
advocate the overthrow Of the gov
ernment by force ths state todas p s?
pared to clear tho docket of radical
cases at the fall term of court.
Eighty-six communists, i w W
and three women i.'ommunlst-Eabor-ltes
caught in the same uatlon-wide
roundup which trapped William BroSS
LlOyd and his nineteen associates
found giilltv by a Jury last night re
main to bo tried.
Evidence In all the cases is praetl
calij the anie as in yesterday's vic-
tory for the stato when every defen-
dant brought to trial was found guilty. I
MORE WAITING TRIAL.
The S6 communists will be the next
group brought to trial They Include
Rose Paator Stokes, Nicholas I. Nor
wich, editor of Novy Mir of New ori
ami former employer of I. eon Trot;:k;.
Charles E Uuthenberg, of Cleveland,
and Alex Stoklitsky, of Mexico City;!
John Schwartz, of Boston, and man
The trial of those convicted began
on May 10 and nearly nine weeks were
consumed In selecting a jury
The state centered Its attack on
Lloyd, the most prominent of the de
fendants He was charged with openly
aeUocatlng a revolution against the
government and was alleged to have
said that "banks should bp blown
open to get money to finance the rev
olution and armories should be rifled
Several newspapermen who reported
speeches made hv Lloyd were among
witnesses, as was Mayor Ole Hanson
of Seattle. Masses of elocuments ls
sued b the third Internationale at
Moscow, the I W. W. and nlmllar or
ganizations were Introduced.
The chief elefense was that the de
fendants were exercising the right of
free speech" when muklng various al
leged statements and that thev had
in no way violated their rights, "as
citizens of a free republic "
Tho pommuniSt-labdl party was the
outgrowth of a meeting of the Left
Wing socialists in New York on July
POPULATION OF MOSCOW
IDA., IS GIVEN AS 3,956
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 Ashtabula.
.. 22,082, increase 3S16, or 20.9 per
Washington Courthouse. O.. 7632, in
crease 685. or 9.4 per cent.
Dovci . ).. 8101, increase 1480, or
22 . 1 per cent.
Moscow. Idaho, 395C, increase 2S.6,
or 7 8 per cent.
Michigan Cltj Ind . 19,457. Increase
43 or 2 3 per cont.
Mount Vernon III. 12 726. Increase
1 1.807, or 48 2 per cent.
Cleveland Heights. . 10.236, ln
crease 12,281. or 4 15 6 per cent.
Wyandotte county, Kansas, includ
ing Kansas City. 122. 21S. increase 12,
1 50 01 22.1 per cent.
Grand Forks, N. l., (revised) n.
0i0. Previously announced as 13,950.
Newark, N J , (revised) 11 4.21 6.
Previously announced as 110.609
(Error due to duplication.)
ENGLAND'S NEW PLAN OF
R. R. MANAGEMENT RAPPED
WASHINGTON. Aug. 3 Proposals,
of the British go ernrrjent for reorcun
ization of the management of railroad?
in England have met wllh strong op
positlon on the ground that the plan
18 impracticable according to a report
of tin- .niiT)( r.n 1 hamber Of commerce
received today at the department of
Tne government's plan, the report
-aid caiis ior the amalgamation of all
lines Into group:', whlth would be con
trolled b boards of management con
BlBtlng of shareholders, who would be
in the majority, administrative offi
cials and employes
Rates would he fixed tho report
stated, nt levels high! enough 10 ield
revenue equal to ihc combined net pre
war Incomes of Ihe companies absorb
I ed in each group
The railwaj board Is said to be op-
I posed to the plan, and, according to
1 he repot' notified tho government i
would not Insist in working it out if
li were put Into effect.
YOUTH TURNS TOREADOR.
KILLS BULL, SAVES MAN
INDIANAPOLIS With a bnckbai
In his hand nnd the tciuerit of a to
reador in hi: bej-t. n Bmall boy plned
ihero for a moment at the stock yards
here the- other day. killed a bull that
'attacked an old Colored employe of the
I yards, and then ran uwaj
I Stockyards officials are tryinc,' to
learn the Identity of the voungster.
w ho apparently bee ame irlghtened at
what he had done and fled. The- bull
escaped from Us pen and the hoy, sor
ing the peril of the negro, Hob Wil
liams, picked up a brickbat and hurled
w al the beast Struck between the
I eyes, the animal eank to the ground
CHILDREN ARE BURIED
IN LIFE-SAVING EFFORT
NEW YORK. A deputy medical ex
aminer wont to view the bodies of Jen
nie Stahurski, 9, nnd her brother, Ed
,'ward, 2 who were killed by lightning
J in their home, found the little bodies
(In the rear yard buried up to the heads
lin mud and earth. A curious crowd of
relatives and friends surrounded the
"What does this mean" ' the phvsl
It was explained thnt they believed
: n one ,-t rui k b. Ilchtnlnc was only
'stunned and if burled to the head In
th.e ground woulu be revived when ihe
eyectricity was drawn out of them by
the earth. It took the examiner a lonr;
Line to convince them that the chil
dren were dead
"Well, it h only because we did not
bury them quickly enough," one of the
family in? Is ted.
A portrait of Charles I, in an Oxford
(England) gallery, i composed en
tirely of Biblical isolations.
JAPAN HONORS j
HEAD OF MISSION
Rev. Clay MacCauley Returns!
to America After 30 Years
. of Religious Effort
TOKIO. July 24. (Delayed) Hon
ors rarely extended to a departing
forelfiner were accorded the Rev.
Clay MacCauley who, concluding thir
ty eara labor in Japan as head of
the American Unitarian mission has
sailed on the xtoamer "'ohimbla for
San Francisco, on route to his former
homo In Huston, where he plans to
He jvas the cuc.t of ecral Ameri
can and Japanese orga nlzatlona at
dinners and receptions given in recog
nition of his efforts towards under
standing, nnd general well feeling be
tween the I'nited States and Japan
ind furtherance of Internationalism
and friendly co-operation
In an Interview given to the Assocl- j
ated Press, the Rev. Mr. MacCaulev
pild he was convinced that the present
difficulties of Japan and America, I
racial and economic would be adjust-,
ed to the satisfaction of both countries
by a coming adjustment of Interna
tional economic relations He belli ' '
no progress would result immediately!
I from world wide standardization of
vages and working conditions hut ihat i
this Impulse among working people
toward intermlgratlon would graduall) ,
lessen expressions of hostile opinion!
among 'riental and Occidental
There has been so little contact be-1
tween the east and the west In the'
ll and their standards have been sol
different that It is useless he said, 1
to expect free Intercourse between
them to be unattended by misunder
standings until they had been bronxh j
cloer together by a long course of
i in ation and throneh si i'm la rdl;i ' mn
I In their Industries and In their mancr
I of living.
PLANS MADE FOR
Campaign Organization Will
Be Completed by Appoint- i
ment of Special Committee
DAYTON, o., Aug 2. Announce
ment of the formal program for next
Saturday notifying "Governor Cox of
his nomination for pr. sirlent bj the
Democrats was expected following a
' inference today between the nonilUi 2
.md the Dayton arrangements commit
tee. A parade of lr.ittn? delegations
Is the principnl event Scheduled to pre
cede the notification address of Sonn
tor Joseph T Kobinson of . rkansar.
chairman of the rfan Francisco con
vention, and in acceptance speech of
Governor Cox. The governor has not
been in cornmim'cati'm with Senator
liobinnon for som ; time and the Iiemo
cratic national ..ij;:imiM?e lo trj ihg 'u
Completion of the Democratic
campaign organisation H'e this we 1
when iufm;. leaders are expected here
for conferences with the presidential
nominee, is expected included the an
' nonncement. after approval of Go- cr
ncr Cox of the special campaign cow
Imlttee of fifteen members which
George Wbil?, chairman of tho na
tional committee, has been composing
I Governor Cox hopes to secure con
siderable recreation, including golf
nnd horseback exercise this week, in
j train for the arduous traveling cam
The Yuma (Ariz.) Irrigation canal,
now Irrigating 1 000 acres of land,
is exper'ed lo be the largest canal In
TIRED FEET :
hot pavements all
day find Messed
relief in French
(flr A m-ol )ij-vrk Btn toy)
Tho. Utmmfi Co NY.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
"Bayor Tablets of tplrin" Is genei-j
lne Aspirin proved safe by milllom and'
i prescribed by physicians for over 20
ears. Accept only an unbroken "Bay I
er packago" which containa proper dl
rectlons to reliuve Headache, Tooth
I ache, Earache, Nouralgla, Rheumatism,
Colds and Tain Handy tfh boxes of
12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists I
; also sell larger "Bayer packages " As
iplrin Is trade mark Bayer Manufacture
Monoucoticacidcster of Salicylicacid.
I is at the bottom of most
S digestive ills.
I for indigestion afford pleas
I ing and prompt relief from
gj the distress of acid-dyspepsia.
MADE BY SCOTT & DOWN'S
MAKERS OF SCOTT S EMULSION
r i ",
NOV discovery In depll f
tones Will poiltlvely itunt 1
nnd wc.iken hlr lrowth; I.
(iu.-r.intc accompanies each I
bottlu Removes hair per- f
fccily clean without the least
Diln or d scomfort. Eaiy to
apply quIck and cfT'clent In
ltd action. Don't he<ate to '
imc It On sal" at In portant 1
irug stores and beauty par ;
lors. Price S1.00. If unable
to oPtaln vvi Ito tlM factor I
O C. "ELT CHEMICAL CO I
Sa!t L.il.c City. Utah j
11a tMrleg your towel regular ela cet BJ I
or mlcrl UiUt: Jur. try KOROLAK; f
HftL lenils. wlwjIcsotB'. Ut aod cx-l B I
JirthML Obelnb'.e m hur druexlitj. erry-
nfv- Kcrola la r- let tor r. i-. r silmc(j, I
li.-!':Jlr,c CdMUpatfaBa htJdaches. dluj I f
pelli. bl:hln. il tiulkum. torpid Hr. I It
liJ Lmwl'j. orrrouviui. drfptla,, Indlfi- D I
Has. oteiUj. acaul sod vict duHsst.
QUIT TOBACCO j I
j So easy to drop CigaretteJ
i Cigar, or Chewing habit i
) -4Ht( ) BSS ( ) -CCsW- ( ) BS o 4BSJS i 4BSS )
ICO-To-Bac bas helped thousands to
broil; the costly nerve-shiitterlng to
bacco tiaiilt Whenever you have &
lnglnc ior n imokc eu chew. Just
place a harmless No-TO-Bao tablet lr
vniir mou'h li i'nd. All 'Ifslro stops.
Shortly th habit Is completely broken
:uiil you are better off mentally, physi
call, financially It's so easy, so slm
pic ("nt a box of No-To-Bac and 11
It doesn't release you from all craving
for tobacco In any torm, you druggisl
Will -refund your money without ques
tion. No-To-Bac Is m-.ilo by the own- ffPfPS
jers of tJascarets; therefore Is thor- IJH
ousjhly rell ible A 4v.
How Tn. Folks
Cafi Phi On Flesh
Tf vou aro weak, thin and emaciat
ed and can't pnt on flesh or get strong
no matter hov: much you eat, go ro
Mclntyre Druz Co and get enougt
Blcod-Iron Phosphate for a tbre H
weeks' treatment and take it as direct
ed. If at the end of three weeks yob
don't fetl stronger, and better that
you have for months, If your eyet
aren't brighter, ond your nerves stead
ler; if you don't Bleep better, and your
vim. vigor and vitality aren't moxo
than doubled, cr 'f you haven't put oa
j several pounds of good stay-thero
.flesh, yO'J can have your money back
I for the aafclne and Blood-Iron Phos
jphate will cert you nothing.
Important uiood-lron Phosphate Is I
Isold only in original packages, con
Jtainmg cnounh for three weeks' treat
Iment, at 51.50 per package only 50c j
j a week j
Stops Hair Coming Out:
Doubles Its Beauty. I
A few cents buys Danderinc. AftC
an application o: Danderinc you cai
not fnii.hu i.iller hair or any dandruf
besides every hair shows new lite
vigor, brightner, more color anc
Life is a burden vhen the bed
is racked with pain. Everything
worne9 and the victim becomes
despondent and downhearted. To
bring back the sunshine take
COLD DAL I
The national remedy of Holland for ovti
200 years; it is an enemy of all pains re-
suiting from kidney, live: and uric acid
troubles. All druggists, three- sizes.
Look for tho "rno Gold Mwlil on orary boz.
Ml accept oo imitatloa I