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Sf MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER a
I, state and jdaho news
V Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem Stato
I CHAPLIN VISITS
I ill SIT HE
Screen Comedian Leaves Los
Angeles to Escape
cA-LT LAKE Aufr. 9 Thoush avotd
in publicity and sekinK privacy to
which he claims to have boon at
fl 6trAn(rcr since his wife started divorce
-'proceeding" apnlnst him, Charley
Chaplin was interviewed at the HotH
iL I tnh last night.
H The xrrecn tar claims that he has
rheen n.rloil nni privacy jlnco Mil
dred Harri. Chaplin started divorce
procerdlnKS aR.ilnst him. He has been
In Salt Lake since Saturday afternoon
and registered at the Hotel Utah as
Charles Spencer, his real name.
Charley1' said he was planning IiIp
latest picture. The Kid." vhlih uMm
fair to be the biggest yet produced
by the Chaplin company. Bight
months have already been spent on
Chaplin, together with his secretary
and two cameramen, are en routi
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
TO CELEBRATE AT PR0V0
SALT LAKE, Auk 0 The annual
celebration of ni- Knights of Pythias
will be held at Provo Saturday. Spe- j
cial trains to the celebration have been
chartered from Ogden, Linchain, Price.
Helper, srrr-. ud other points in the i
jjM H F. A. Mitchell oi Pm . is chairman
jW )r. of the general committee. The pro-1
" pram Includes a baseball panic, a pa 1
rade. an open air banquel and a d.tnee j
A in the evening
fjf The D. 0 K K drum crp- of B
JPU Lake will be one of the featun f the
f k-M parade while drill teams from Salt
1 Lake and Ogden will also be featured, j
iwM Justice J E Prick and Juifr E. O. j
1 1 pnthorwnnrl of Salt L.ike will be the
Mjfl speakers at the banquet.
NEVADA HAS LARGE
WHEAT CROP IN SIGHT
I'B ELKO, Nev., Aug. 8. Nevada vfll
j; M harvest one of the largest wheat crops
ft B In the history if the state, according
j' to W. H Mason president of the Elko
' Agricultural association. The crop
jj this year will be in excess of 10,000
tons of wheat, and of this more than
j I half will have to be sent out of tlu:
' j! etate to market.
! t TWO SEEKING OFFICE
( OF JUSTICE AT ELKO
j ELKO. Nev , Aug 9 Justice of ih
Teace J. F. Giles will have two op
ponents for his office al 'he coming
r4l election, according to word received'
EBf here from Wells Phil J Sharp and
gH J. C Schmidt are the men running
kH Rgainst the present office holder Con-
JBH Ptable John lleComb'S has no opposl- ,
1 TWO oO'.'PLES WED.
POCATELLO, Aug. ft Eugene
Franklin Skinm- and Mls.- Eniils ,
I Glonnan, both of Poir-. v ere married
here Saturday evening by the Rev. C. I
II. Cleaves, par-tor of the Congregation
al church Lv. is Hnmblm of Malad
and Miss Ruth Manley of Emniett were.
m married Saturday morning by the Rev
SUGAR HEARING I
Two Cases to Be Held Before
U. S. Commissioner at
salt lake. Aug. 9. Hearing of
cases No 2 and No 3 against the'
Utah-Idaho Sugar company and its of I
fleers and directors for alleged viola
tion of the profiteering section of the
Lever net were to be held before
1'nlted States Commissioner Hn-
Van Pell this morning in the United
States district court room In the fed-
Both cases originated in Idaho
Those named in the second action are
Heber J Grant, Thomas R. c utler, C
jw Niblej Merrill Nlbiej n G Whit
ney, G W. Pyper Knd Stephen H. Love
The third or amended complaint does
(not Include Heber J Grant H c
Whitney or G W, Pyper, but brings
charges agam.-t W S. Mctormick, ha
1 id A Smith, James h. Murdoch and
W H Wattls, In addition to other di
rectors included in the second com
FEW NEW ONES SEEK
ELKO, Nev . Aufi. 9 Time for can
didates for nomination to office to
file their certificates of nomination ex
pired here last night, and the men
and women of Elko county showed
their faith in the officials rmv, serving
them There will be no opposition to
thfl incumbents of the district attor
ney's office, ihe office of the count)
( lerk, the roiintv com in ismihh r or In--horlff
and consirble. District Attor-!
ney H V. Castle Is the onh Republi
can now holding office in Elko count) 1
A warm I'pht or county re:ord r i;
promi.'-ed between he present n -fun:
er. W. G Greatbouse, and Stanlev
Davis of Pulllon. boih of whom are
Democrats F Kelley, the county
assessor Jias a r.wil for his office in
1 1 he person of W. M Weathers, and
I Justice of ihe D : ce J. C Douphty is
being opposed for re-election bv In If
ei. Stalen C oinmp- Moner V II Pooher.
The four candidates for assembly
men from Elko county are T T Fair
child of Tuscarorfl and E E Lutts of
Ruby Valley, both Republicans, and
James Byers of Lamoille and Harry L.
iBartlett of Elko, the Democratic can
INDIAN CHIEFS PLAN
DIVISION OF LANDS
POCATELLO, Idaho, Aug S In ao
cordance with an old agreement be
tween 'he Bannock and Shoshone In
dlans, a new land council was chosen
Irida-. al a joint meeting uf the chief.;
of the two tribe.- The meeting was
held at the For1 Hall reservation.
The purpose of the newlv appointed
land council is tr allot lands as indi
vldual lots to chili, rf n of the Hannocks
and Shoshones who have been burn
since a previous allotment.
There are at present about 1S00 In
dians on the Fort Hall reservation who
View the allotment, w ith disfa. or. feel
ing that it win have a tendehcj .'-.gainst
gradual breaking up of tribal customs. '
Canada produced and sold nearly
$27 000.000 worth ot apple;-, in 1919
will stop that itch
Four hours of sleep lost through that painful itching means long
wearisome hours next day tired out unfit for work Tonight apply
i m Resinol Ointment jost before retiring The result will surprise you.
All itching and pain usually disappears like ma-ir.
Kttv lh ffecled prl weil c'.enrd with Rnlr.ol S-aQ bvday. For
ale it all 0UjnU. For trer a.molet wi te I.r m.. . H tilim.i Md.
NEVADA HEARINGS ON
HIGHER RATES FIXED
ELKO. Nev., Axis ? Applications
for increases n freight and passenger
rnts h.-ne been made by various com
panics operating in the statr- of Nfl
vada and hearings have been set by
the public service commission to begin
The petitioning boards include the
Nevada Central railroad, which opor
ates between Ba'le Mountain and Aus
tin; Eureka-Nevaoa railroad. Nevada
Copper Pelt line, which operates be
twien W'abuska and various points in
L' on countv ; Tonopah & Garfield rail
road opcrat lim t..iv..-.ri Milna and
Goldfield. Virginia Truckee rail
road, operating between Virginia City
and Reno; Goldfield, Tonopah & Tide
water railroad; .nd the Southern Pa
cific and Western Pacific railroads
Thi- commission has ordered the roads
to be prepared to show their gross and
net earnings and a fair valuation of
their property as the same relates to
intrastate and interstate transporta
tion. The hearing will be held in Car-son
CROPS IN EXCELLENT
I SHAPE IN GEM STATE
PC RLE V, Ida'io, Aug- 9 Potatoes,
beets and garden truck are making
excellent progr." and apples are ma
nuring rapidiv If Idaho, according to
the weekly crop report issued by Clni
ton No'rdqulst "f the state reporting
service. A good crop of alsike has
,been harvested, and the cutting of the!
bumper crop of v heat is in progress,
i Rathei higher temperaturei were e
jperlenced during the week throughout
'the state. The weather was warmer
than normal mo.- of the time. althouRh
local thunder sbewers freshened Ihe
air and nave temporary relief from the
heat in some districts No general
rains occurred The showers at lend
ing the thunderstorms were mostly 1
liht and did not aud materallly to Bfoil
moisture. However, a violent thunder-,
storm occurred In southeastern Idaho,
which was accompanied n an exce.
sive downpour pf rain and some hail.!
damaging crops over a considerable!
LOST RIVER ROUNDUP
TO BE HELD AUG. 23-27
! POCATELLO. Aug. 8. The fourth
rnnual Lost RiVfl carnival and round
!up will open in Mackay on August 23
land close August 27. "Pang goes the
business again" has been adopted as
the official slogan for the carnival A
new race track has been constructed
and ?3500 will be offered as prizes
in the series of one quarter, half mile
and five-eights mile daches which will
, be held on that day.
The Pocatello Bannocks band will
furnish music foi the occasion
IDAHO SEED GROWERS
TO OFFER PREMIUMS
BOISE, Ida , Aug 9. 1 This year the
I Idaho Seed Growers' association is
Lol'ferlng $1500 in premiums to the
winners at the seed show to be held
at Nampa In January," sava an an
nouncement b C B Ahlson, assistant
field agronomist of the University of
Idaho extension division " 'Boost the
pure seed industry In Idaho' is the
slogan adopted by the association.
La3t year every section of the slate,
north, east south and vvrst, w is rep-
resented nt the seed show at Pocatello.
There were 313 entries. With the i
crop outlook and the interest which !
is apparent, this year, the entries i
should far exceed that number."
WELLS BOARDING HOUSE
DESTROYED BY FLAMES
ELKO Nev.. Aug 9 An early morn
Ins; fin- in V. clK forty miles east of
Elko completely destroyed the home
"jof Mrs Mary Thomas in l hat city, to
'gether with the contents ot the house,
(according to ad ices received here !
Fault;, insulation of electric wires is I
said to have caused the blaze. An el j
derly woman, who was a cook, was
rnrried from the burning building b I
firemen. She was asleep and prob
nbly would have perished had not the
men discovered her The building was
i a boarding house, and the Iofs amount-'
ed to about $25,000, partly covered bj j
REPUBLICAN EVENT TO
OPEN POCATELLO HOTEL
I POCATELLO. Idaho. Aug. 9. The I
New Pannock hotel will open slmul
taneously With the holding of the Re
publican stat' convention here August
2L according to b. E Brady, president
of the hotel company, On the opi ning
day of ihe convention the three lower
floors will be opened and a short lime!
afterward the remainder of the build
Ing will be reLiilv for occupanc.
CURLEY TOP PREVALENT
IN IDAHO BEET FIELDS
BOISE. Ida . Aur. 0 Curb top Is
present again this year In Idaho siiKar
beet fields according to Claude Wake
land, entomologist of tin- llniversltj of
Idaho extension division, who says the
disease Is transmitted from plant to
plant by a diminutive Insert known as
the eugar beet leaf hopper.
TO HIT H. C. L
Government Offers $25,000,
000 Worth of Canned Meats
at Low Prices
If you are like Jlggs and liV:o corn
bref here is a chance to Rive H. C. L.
a staRcrlng whack,
I But, perhaps, you may have acquired
I Maggie's cultivated taste, and -believe
roast beef or bacon are hotter
Still you can deal high profit taking
a stiff upporrut.
Cities or organizations Interested in
reducing the cost of living ar tnvned
lb war department to get in line
for a share of the $2f,000,000 worth
of surplus canned meats still on L'ncle
1 8am a shelves,
1 ' Buy it bj the car-load, sell it by)
fthe case." Is the slogan adopted toj
i make this final sale of surplus army
foodstuffs one full of quick action and)
big orders Pour Items only are of
! fcred In the presont sale bacon.
roast beef, corned beef and corned
Retail orders will not be accepted,!
minimum orders being $260, But the
prices injure tremendous savings over
urrent r.-tall prices.
BAMvs, MAYORS NOTIFIED
Guy Hutchinson, assistant director!
of sales, has written to banks In every I
city asking their cooperation in everj !
waj in financing purchases of these!
Letters have been sent (he mayors
of all cities asking their cooperation,
and siiKgestlng that public institution
and municipal markets take advantage
of the opportunity to hit H. C. L. an
n municipal markets, for example
It would he possible to retail a pound
and still paj rill necessary transporta
tion and handling costs.
In orates of luo pounds, the liacon
would cost, at nearest army depot. 1 '
cents a pound. Bacon in tins of 12
pounds would cost i2 ;7 or about 21
cents a pound.
PHI PRH ES
The schedule of prices subject loi
the discounts which follow are:
CORNED III I t
No 1 cans 21 1-2 per can
- Cling iv prr I ail
1 lb cans 25. per can
C lb cans 1.40 per an
12 lb. cans $2.57 per can
Crates (approx 100 lbs.)
In slabs 5 .19 per lb
No 1 cans $ .12 per can
No. 2 cans 23 per can
j 1 lb. cans i :, per can
2 lb. can's 32 per can
6 lb cans O'J per can
CORNED BEEF II 1S11
1 lb cans $ .22 per can
2 lb cans 38 per can
Terms are Ten per cent with order,
remainder upon receipt of notifica
tion that order Is ready for shipment.
So special ord r blank Is necessarv.
BIG DISO t N Ts,xtim
And discounts are allowed on all
orders of over $1000 as follows.
$ 250 to $1,000 net
1,001 to 2,500 2 pet.
2.501 to 5.000 4 pet.
5.001 to 10.O00 Y 1-2 pet
10,001 lo 25.000 10 pet.
25.H01 to 50,000 12 1-2 pet.
50,001 to 100 000 1 5 pet.
100.00 1 and over 20 pet.
Following this closing out ss'le of
army meats, the department expects
within the next few weeks, to offer
the remaining surplus of anned vege
tables Including principally prns,
beans corn and pumpkins on similar
Negotiations for supplies of these
fooodstuffs may be taken up direct
with V. C Morse chief Surplus Pro-,
periy Pulsion, Munitions Bldg . Wash
ington, D C, or with depot offices at
IM Kighth-a. New York Cftv. Armv
Bupplj Base, Boston: l K l f W. 3yth-st
'hlcago; San Antonio Tex; Atlanta,
('.i or :-'an Kr.i ne --, ,,, Cfi I
The meats are stored In Important
distributing centers all over the coun-i
Start Manufacture of
Film Rewind at Once
The Wdrman Theatre Supply com
pany, recently Incorporated here for
$5ii,ii00. has ben granted a charter bv
the secretary of state. Manufacturing
of the automatic flrc-proof film re
Wind will i- started Immediately.
Invented by William Wurman, chief
operator at the Alhambra theatre, the
device Is said to meet a want long
felt by motion picture operators. It
has an automatic shutoff that permits
the operator to devote hl9 full atten
tion to his projecting machine and In
case of damaged sections of the film,
the machine automatically stops, un
til the operator m.iKes h!s repairs
The company expects to install 2.
000 during the first year. The factory
and offices are located in the Alham
bra theatre building
A Pacific eoust agehoy has been es
tabllsfied by Manager H. K Skinner!
at San Francisco
Music Lovers' Attention
Be at (he Community Service of-j
flees. 3rd floor L'tah National Bank
Bide , at 7 30 Monday evening For
further Information phone 82. dv. I
Arbor Day was first observed in ,
Nebraska in 1872.
D. Tyler, Wyoming Rancher,
Loses $137 by Misjudged
D. Tyler, a farmer from Foxpark,
IWyo., who arricd In Ogden yetr-1-day
en route to Spokane, Wash., will
pay close attention to the friends hr
selects on tmlns while traveling In the
I future As his train was pulling out
i of the Ojrden depot yesterday after-'
noon he missed his pocketbook con- 1
ttalnlng $137 He told a man he had!
Just met a short time before to take i
care of his two suite. iscs and leav I
them at the Oregon Short Line depot
In Salt Iake. while he returned to '
Ogden to Irj to' recover his pocket-I
!ook Tlu- man readily agreed
Tyler could nut find his pocke
I hook her so ho went to Salt Lalte, 1
! only to find that his new found I
friend had disappeared with his suit- J
cases. Passengers and railway men ,
who heard his story at the depot took
up a collection amounting to $12 with
which Tyler Secured a room in a
Sail Bake hotel.
"The sultcasen contained som
clothing and expensive saws and saw
gauges.'1 Tyler said "I don't know
Why the mail should have taken them,
for I had Just promised to pay his
way to Spokane, as he said he was
broke and had no way to get there. '
HART AND PINTO
Famous Screen Star Makes
Decided Hit in Latest Pic
ture at Alhambra
The spacious alhambra was crowd
ed to capacity at the end of th-? first
show last evening, and hundreds
Inriied away when the saw th- loMy
filled with waiting patrons ' Sand" is
the greatest pieuire that Bill Hart has
made to date and It's fitting to his
1 1 It annua rur-hl ni homo A vrlnnlna
westerner that more than satisfies.
Fatty Arbuckle claimed 30 minutes of
I laughter and the Pathc review Is a dis
I tlnet novelty this week. Coming next
Thursday. Alir(i Brady In The Dark
I Lantern." Ad
Ladies' Band Plays at
Park; 2 More Concerts
Although the regular concert sea
son at Borln Farr park was closed
I yesterday with a muslcale by the
Lad Irs i'.ind there will be two more
concerts. Means have been provided
I bv the city commission whereby ad
ditional concerts slll be held. Next
Sunday the Southern Pacific band will
ol.i ,md 'in ihe following Sundav the
La lies' hand will give the cloning concert.
Royal Neighbors of America will
hold their regular monthly meeting on
Monday. August ? at S o'clock. In
the Odd Fe'lovvs' hall Adv, 4186 1
I , oo I
Would Like Letters
Private AVlllIam YVrlglcy, 1st com
pany, artillery corps, Ft. Mills, Cor
rlgedor Manila. P. I., Is lonesome,
according to a communication which
he forwarded t the Ogden Standard
I Wriglcy says the islands are hardly
bearable if the soldiers do not have
I letters from outside occasionally. 11
Is anxious to receive letters and said
I he would like to correspond with
I some one in the "States."
See Jack Dempsey in action.
Three rounds cf boxing at the
Lyceum today. Also Dorothy
Gish in "Boots'' and Ben Tur
pin in "Saucy Madeline."
Rich, Red Blood Is Essential to Your
You cannot overestimate the impor
tance of keepir.r; the blood free of Im
purities, 'lun ou realize that the
heart is constanth pumping this vital
fluid to al! parts of the body you can'
readily see that an impurity in tho
blood will cause serious complications
Any slight disorder or impurities Is I
a source ot tin tiger, aa every vital or
gan oT ihe body depends upon the
blood supply to properly perform Us
Many painful and dangerous diseases
are the oirect result of a bad condition I
GRAND I I
To rejoice in the ending of Turkish misrule in the Holy
Land and the restoration of Palestine to the world as a
Jewish national home land. j
at 8 O'clock
REX THEATRE I
Twenty-fifth Street near Lincoln Avenue
SAMUEL BLITZ, of New York
PRESIDENT L. W. SHURTLIFF
EMIL ROSENBERG, Chairman
JOSEPHINE SHORTEN, Contralto
GLADYS PETERSON. Pianist j
Stereopticon Views of Life in Palestine
If You Know William Cowan Tip I
Him Oil; It May Pay You Well
Unknown to Him, His Broth-'
ers and Sister3 Are Fight
ing for Slices of Big
tr nnv one, in Oerion knows Willinml
James Cowan, tip him off that it may
be Worth while for him to show up In
NVheaton, III. He ma; remember you
Cowan has been missing fnr two
years, He was last heurd of in a Ger
man prison camp.
1'nknown to him his five sisters and
Mv y CC7W4V
his brother are waging a fight In the
When ton courts for slices of a Stand
ard I il millionaires estate
TWO CH W ES.
Thev have two chances of winning
iThej may win a complete victory and!
divide $3ift00.000 seven ways Or they
jnaj win ;i hatf-vfetory and split the
53.000,000 sixteen ways
The estate of th late vilUam P.
Cowan millionaire president of the(
I Standard Oil company of Indiana, was
I given by a court order to nine other
These nine may win the appeal taJc-
jon bv the seven cousins, of Which the
mlsslnp William J;iiiies Cowan is one j
Or the latter may win alone and get
nearly 400,000 ca h 'f all sixteen
I cousins may be declared In gl ing
each about $1 75 000.
I Estate fees have made the original
Keep Your Blood Pure
if You Expect Good Health
of the Diooa. Anions tne most serious
are Rheumatism, wi;h its torturing
pain; Eczema, Tetter. Erysipelas and
other disfiguring skin diseases; &en
oral debility, which makes the utron
est men helpless, and man other dls
eases are the direct result of impure
You can in a large measure avoid
liability to disease, by the use of S.S.S.,
the wonderful blood rented) that haaj
been In constant use for more thar
fifty years. S. S S. cleunses the!
blood thoroughly. It is fold by dru
For valuable II crnture and medical 1
advice absolutely free, write today to'
Chief Medical Adviser, 607 S-viit Lab
oratory, Atlanta, Ga. Advertisement
TOOTS AND CASPER Casper'g Not Accustomed to Interruptions. By J. E. MURPHY
to Public PfcrMMG w nW mssi P.imT-n lerm UfwD L1 rr V1en u5T&Mk0 nvT OFF MN vftCCukTdED, ,rS
-f 5PEECM IF Mu I bNTLtMEW TniRON 5 1 UY pftTLNT LEATHER V fSM To poBUC
j ' PAS 1
total shrink. And expenses are still 1
piling up. for the court hearing at
Wheaton is now In its third week. No
decision et, but one claimant, a half
breed Indian who tried to prove he
was Cowan's common law ioa, has
Among the cnuslns fighting for the
a and searching for the long-lost
brother is Mrs. Sarah Cowan Bialnerd
It is known the missing man was In
tie navy under .,n' assumed name and
was captured by the Germans. At- .
torneys are seeking him.
ICE DEALERS HEATED;
oV THEY (ilNE'lT AWAY
(Bj International Kcws scri-e.)
M A EN'. Mass. An unusual pun
ishment, reminiscent of the ancient
Mosaic law, was Inflicted on short
weight Ice dealers by Judge Riley, in
the Maiden court. when he ordered
HUM uicii usuai vsiis to two mmm
Medford residents and leave ice with
out charge for the term of one month. WM
t the sninp time h- announced that
'nyonc thereafter convicted of selling
short weight ice, would be forced to
deliver free Ice. to their victims for
the balance of the season.
After you eat always use
r ATONIC I
Tv FOR YOUH STOMACH'S SAKE)
one or two tablets eat like candy.
Instant lyrelievesllcartburn, Bloated
Gassy Feeling. Stops indigestion,
food souring, repeating, headacheand
the many miseries caused by
the harmful aciis and gases right out
of the body and, of course, you get
veil. Tens of thousands wonderfully
benefited. Guaranteed to satisfy or
money refunded by your own drug
gi3t. Cost a tnflo. Please try it 1
CASTOR I A I
For Infants and Children j
Dn Use For Over 30 Years
Alw ays bears -jtf , -
Many School Children are Sickly
I Moihor who value tliclr own comfort nd th
w:!faro of their children, rhould never bo with
out a hoi of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
CblMrcn, for ue throughout the season. They
B up i olds IteileTe Fevcrlshtie?, Constipa
tion, TecUiliiij Plsordcre, Headache aDd Stomach
Trouhlec I ed by mothers for oxer 30 tears.
THB8I POWDKRS OIVS SATISFACTION.
Ail Drug StoreK Von't acctpt any gubttituti.
"can without sugar'
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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tfk JSo VV1 no lber nuy f t"E v
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C Jy IIIAMIIND KRAND PILLt. for IC
fp known as Best. Sifut Al-vtyi Rcllibis
rr Sr " IV DU0GISTS EVER' HfHUf