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I j STATE AND JDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
I PARDONS BOARD
I TO HI CASES
Twenty Applications to Be
Considered at Meeting
SALT LA K Ei Aug. 20 The State
H board of pardons will mret at 1"
H d'CiOCk tomorrow morning to consider
H twenty cases in which leniency is ask-
H od by inmates of the state prison. The
H cases to be considered include four ftp-
H plications for pardon, one application
H tor commutation of sentence, six appfl-
fl i titans for termination of sentence and
H applications for parole.
H The four applications for pardon
H are: Robert E. Kelly, convicted of
H burglary, second degree; .i.huph H.
H Uoberts, convicted ot having liquor
hi? possession , Joe Bogan, convicted,
H oi burglary, and Lou Fox. convicted of
H attempt to obtain money on false pre-J
H The application for commutation of'
H sentence s that of Ha iky Mewhinney.
H convicted of murder, first iegree.
H The six applications for termination
it sentence arc A. Tovar, convicted
H of assault with intent to commit mur-
H derj John Thpcirtger, convicted of bur-
H Igary; Sheridan Davis, convicted of,
H burglary, third degree, Peter Turlupis,
H convicted of voluntary manslaughter;
H Charles Lane, Convicted of grand lar-:
H ceny, and George Prince, convicted of'
H i third degree
H The nine- applications for parole ate.
H Joseph B, Taylor, convicted of statu-'
H tory offense; Barney Fenogleo, con-'
H victed of indecent assault; Foe Barnc
H convicted of robbery: t'.eotgc .lohn-
H s'.n. convicted of attempted burglary,
H third degree; Alex iljlvls, convicted
of assault with a deadly Weapon'
H Otorge w. Crowley, convicted ol our-
H glary, thud degree. Qeorge i Bhelton
H .(i., convicted of burglary; third de-
H nee, and John Carlson Da Vis, con-
H victed of murder, second degree.
i INTRUDER THRASHED
BY P0CATELL0 WAN
POCATELIX). Ma. Aug 20. An
H unknown Intruder will probably use
more caution in the future in entering
houses In Pocutellu. Last night the
h. ranger received a severe bearfng at
B the hands of Wallace Grant, a yard
engineer for the Oregon short Line
About 11:45 last nlghi Mrs Grant
H informed her husband that someone
fl war trying io get into the house
H through a sido window Mr.
H slipped out the back door and 'upon
walking around ;h- house saw a
fl living io pry the screen ot lh Wln-
daw, without further ado Mr. Grant
' pounced upon the man and gave hiny
such u beating that the noise woke up
a large number of his nelRhbors. who
came rushing out in Cm nlKht
The young man was escorted into
the house he was trying lo sneak Into
H and following cross-examination
was released, on the promise that he
B stay away from thai neighborhood
I FOUR ATTEMPT TO
ESCAPE FROM 'PEN'
SALT LAKE, Aug I'O lour con-rj
victs, attempting to escape from the
Utah state prison by means of a tun
nel, were discovered and placed in n-ts-ry
confinement it was announced
today b Warden George A. Storr
Lew Alhn. a prison Kuard, discovered
The men captured were Thorn, i
Underwood, alias Prank Denver;.
J imes Miller. Prank Smith and Earl i
MISSING IDAHO GIRL
LOCATED BY SHERIFF
H POCATELLOi Ida, Aug 20 Lev-'
anan .lost, 16-year-old girl, supposed
10 have been kidnaped Saturday night,
has been located at a farm near St..
Marys, according to advice given out:
b; the sheriff s office
Sheriff Mahey said that he received
a message infoi ming him that the
girl was with a man by the name of
H Addle R. Brisk
Harry Jost. brother to the girl, h is
departed for 81 Marys, it is stated.
We arc prepared to store your
wheat to be drawn out hi flour
and other mill productc We have
in stock wher.t for chickens
All grades of flour, germade,
bran and cherts.
We are nlso prepared to chop
and steam roll your feeds
MILLING & ELEVA
West 24th St. Phone 362-J
BOY KILLED BY
Viking Ritzman. 9. Victim of
Accidental Shooting at
PPCATELLQ, Aug. 20 Viking
Ritzman, aged 9, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Ttltzman, wan accidentally Shot
and Killed here yesterday by his
I brother. lioy, aged 12, while the two
were hunting gophers. The bullet, a
I 2 2 -caliber, pierced the lad's heart,
Viking, accompanied by his brother
iand sister, left the Ritzman home, one
mile north of the city, to hunt gophers
I In o nearby field Hoy carried a lor.dpil
1 rifle and was closely followed b his
brother and sister His attention was
suddenly attracted and In whirling
around the gun was aceldcntly dis-
charged. l enorc. the sister. Assisted
by Julius Obarg rendered first aid.
The coroner's inquest gave a verdict
of accidental shooting aftei an inves
tigation was conducted.
Only Bock Involved
in Money Shortage
SALT LAKE, Auk. 2d. '"There is
absolutely no evidence to indicate that
any other city official or employe was
implicated with Mr Hock In his pecu-j
lations," according to Lincoln G. Kelly,
pedal auditor, whose audits of the i
city's accounts resulted In uncovering j
shortages aggregating 112,000 in the;
in it Interest account dming Mayor
13 A Bock's incumbency as deputy I
auditor and auditor.
Tin statement Is quoted from Mr i
Kelly's official report submitted yes
terday to Mayor O. Clarence Neslen.
Accompanying the report are photo-'
iphs of tiie warrants by means' of
which the abstractions were acconi-'
pllshed, showing iho alleged forgeries1
f the names or usual warrant pur-1
i iL.si-i-:-. The report s -tv forth that .
acl now.ledgmenl of the talcing of the
litnds has been made by Mr Hock and
i BtltUtlon made of the original;
amounts, plus Interest at 2 1-:.' per
cent, the rate received by the city
from the bank wheie Its deposits are
According to County .Attorney Rich
ard Hartley, the state will ask that'
Mr Hock plead :'t an railv date to
the charges preferred against him. His'
counsel. Attorney s. A, King, has
feed for a few dayft' time in which
to study the complaints filed stains'. ,
IN SALT LAKE CITY
SALT LAKH Aug. 20. Jewelry,!
loth I nc and hons- n u I a: tit s. valued
al Sn'i. wore taken by burglars from
the home of A. JJ. I'lerson, 1079 Third'
avenue, yesterday afternoon. The bur-1
tflurlv was committed between 12
.lock .uid ." : I j .icIiu'a vesterclay aft- '
ernoon. The burglars gained entrance
to the house b j r.imyiag a rear win-,
A laValiere of platinum, set with '
three dianiomis, valued at ljO. was
among the aiiicles sloliTi.
The John Lilian Ci.u u Hompany. '
160 South Main street, was roobotl at,
boon yesteroy of $:ht in uush, chccKsj
and money orelers that niU been prc
pared for deposit. The bank book, to-1
gether with the deposit slip and the I
money, had been placed on the cash-!
ier's desk In the office until the cash
ier returned to lunch, rwo women
employes were at the front o the
Store, while an office employe was in
hi basement at the time when the
robbery was committed.
The home of A. J. Bruneau, 955 I
South Thirteenth Hast street was
found to have been burglarized yester
day morning during the abser.ee- of the ,
TWIN FALLS LEGION
PLANS HARVEST FETE
TWIN KALLS Ida, Aug 20 Plans
for a Harvest Home festival, to be
held early in October under the nus
plces Of the American Legion post for
tne benefit of Its proposed home, are
being made bv five members of the
Lngion post, John G Thorps, K. N
Hale, Herbert O. Laulerback Ralph
Pink .md Wilton Peck.
Plans for a three-day festival are
TWIN FALLS REQUESTS
CANNON FOR MEMORIAL
TWIN PALLS, I'ia. Aug. 20. Re
quest for at least three of the 150-!
millimeter G. P, A guns used by khpl
I46tll field artlllerv In Prance, to be
mcunted In front ef the proposed me
morial hull for e-x-servlce men, has
been m ole by Congressman Addison T.
Smith to Secretary Baker About I'OOl
Twin Palls men wore members of the
116th field artillery.
, oo i
BOY PROM LOG AM SOUGHT.
POCATELLO. Ida . Aug. 20 The
sheriffs office Is trying to find H S j
Miiih.-ii Jr., son of Mrs H. 8 Mitchell
Of Logan, I'tah. who has been gone
from horn for some lime and .is!
thought to be working in this city
BASIC CHANGES 1
IN UTAH LIS
'Arguments for and Against
Proposed Amendments Must
I Be in by September 10
I salt LAKE, Vug 20 Arugments
for and against the proposed constltn
'lional amend ni. mu to be submitted "
jftahns at .the November elections
must hr in the hinds of Harden Bcn
nion. secretary of state, on or before
Arguments submitted in this time
limit win be printed on pamphlets
which will be mailed to voters of
Utah, Secretary Rennion made an
nouncements to this effect yesterday
President James YV. Punk of the
State B nate al Ills home In Richmond,
asserted that no one as yet has re
I quested from him permission to write
any of the arguments. He announced
I that he would be glad to designate
) Interested persons on their request to
piesent the cases for and against each
I Of the amendment.
The law requiring iho preparation
,and distribution of statements concern
ilng proposed constitutional amend
ments was passed to overcome the
'trouble that had theretofore been ex
perienced that the voters ai the polls
i failed to vote on proposed constitu
tional questions because thc were not
familiar with them.
KEEP VOTERS INFORMED
The law provides that pamphlets
containing coplps of the clauses In the
constitution which It is proposed to
amend, and copies of the clauses as It
would read should 'the proposed
amendment, carr shall be submitted
to each registered voter of the state
by the county clerk. The intent of
the law is that the questions to be
voted on, with the arguments for and!
against each, may be placed before j
The law further provides that the1
president of the senate or the speaker'
of the house, where the amendment
originated, may dcslncie committees
io write trguments foe and ialnsl
the amendment If he does not do so
within a specified time, which has
now elapsed, "any elector nia' request
the presiding officer of the house in
which said amendment originated for,
permission to prepare and file an r
K u men i for siwli amendment, and any,
Other elector may request Such officer
for permission to file an argument
against the same Th presiding offi
cer of such housr. shall grant such!
permission, or If the be i..ore than
one elector re. i;-si mg : ui'h permission
shall designate the person to prepare
and file BUCh statement, either for or
against such amei dment."
COMMITTEES l N 1MED
All the four amendments now going
before the people for ratification orlgi-
nated in the senate in the legislature,
of last year. No committees were
named ami vo far no one has asked
permission to prepare and file argu
ment. Tin- district superintendent ot
schools In Plan I a t vv I k named a leg
islative committee which, among other
tasks. Is directe d to work for the pass
age of one of the proposed amend
ments. George N. Child, superintend
ent of the Sail I-ake schools, is chair
man of that committee It was an
nounced yesterday by Francis 'V.
Kirk ham Umi permission would be re-.
questec at once or rresiueni puna to
file an argument for the amendment.
This amendment proposes, to take
off the present constitutional limit to
Hate taxes of o mills and to make the
maximum levj for gonerl sLite pur
iov, s jJ 4 mills foi state hlaii school
purposes of a mill, and also pro
vides "such levy for district scnool
purposes as will raise annually an
amount which, added to any other
"date funds available f,,-. district school
pin poses, equals 52.ri for each person
of school age in the state shown by
the last prec din . aoo' census.
II N . L&FOUGH1
t the lnstai.ee ol the Industrial
Commission t Utah there was intro
duced ami passed at the special session
of the legislature a proposal to submit
to the- people a coiisi it utlona 1 provision
referring t actions at law for damages
in case of death The present section
5 of article 13 of the constitution
"TH rlclu of action to recover
damages for injuries resulting In death
shall never be abrogated and the
amount recovered shall not be subject
to any statutory limitation."
If amended as proposed, this will
The right of action to recover dam
ages for injuries resultlnr in death
shall never be abrogated and the
amount recoverable shall not be sub
ject to any statu'orv limitation: except
in eases where compensation for in
juries resulting in death is provided
for bj law."
As the constitution stands a certain
amount of formal legal procedure is
rruulred before s, widow or other de
pendent on the victim of an industrial
fatality many claim the compensation
allowed bv the Utah workmen's com
Another amendment to he submitted
to the voters in November would
ange the indebtedness limit of the
siate from the present 1 2 percent of
the assessed valuation to 2 per cent
of the assessed valuation Bonds have
In-en aiitiiorlzed . the Mate to within
much less than $1,000,000 of the State I
A million of these bonds, providing
for 'home rule in cities' measure was
likely to be issued. The state in the
past three years has Issued a total of
$6 000 000 In roail bonds. Should it
desire to issue any more, In any largo
amount for an purpose, It must either
pay off some of those existing and re
peal the authorization of the soldier
settlement bonds, or raise the indebt
. The assessed valuation of the tate
for 1920 will run between $710 000 000
and $7 JC, 000, 000, according to the
present outlook. By raising the liml--
INCORPORATED WB2 nRS j LEHMAN Mpt
I New Manager's !
Final Clearance Sale I
I of all 1
I SUMMER STOCK
CLOSING OUT AND DISCONTINUING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CAMISOLES COMBI
NATIONS; HOSIERY. BOUDOIR CAPS, AND NECKWEAR S STMT
JUST A LIMITED LINE OF EACH t fa
FOR FINALCLEARANCE yf 7" "
CHILDREN'S COATS HOUSE and STREET CHILDREN'S HATS
Balance of our children s, DRESSES
misses' silks pophns
and serge coats, sizes Misses' and wom-p sk nr fc7Q
8 to 14 All rain coats en s gingham and 1 1 Children's hats j
for final clear-ja 95 g- Jg- III spec:al. e n t , r e I
caonnCnn ' Ik sscs, form er . I 1,1 B
$20'00 values to $9.00.. i balance of stock 1
CHILDREN'S GINGHAM AND NEW STOCK OF LADIES'
PERCALE DRESSES WAISTS AND BLOUSES
Final clearance sale of children's gingham
and percale dresses, sizes 2 to 14. waists and Blouses, all new stock crepe
-r (t l a de chine, georgette, fancy voiles and
Al B fel 1 checked effects, regular $6.00 to
lJlll JL - tJJLoOi $12.00 SPECIAL ONE-THIRD OFF
I.' ft $6.00 Waists $4.00
hf 7 XI foil $7.50 Waists $5.00
Mil U - $lWe7 $8.00 Waists $5.33
ff.l A titfl flft $9.00 Waists $6.00
lit .i XI $10.00 Waists $6.65
JWI - WLi.LlO $12.00 Waists $8.00
Final Clearance Sale of all Summer Hats, the entire balance of ouri iCk
Summer Trimmed, Tailored and Sport Hats Special JlvF p
.! 1 it wf- aBOTaBMiKaBBFHBB-aBBHEB-. i 1 BraaBBaaaBaai aaaaaj bbbjbbbbbi B 1 bbbbbbi
tatlotl to 2 per eent the people would
in.tki- possible the isstuanc of not her
1000,000 in bonds In round numbers;
ithe limit then being between IKpSOO
j 000 uri.l $ i 4 sou noo.
The remaining proposed amendmeht
to the state s basic law is on altering
the provisions to Charters of cities.
I This amendment would enable any city
to frame and adopt charter for Its
.own government i the appointment
'of a charter commission, and ih pep-
pie of the city must ratify the p'ro
. pojial to name the commission and a'xn
! i -I . i ita members They, if the pro
posal tn have r new charter is ratified,
Kail pi..ee, to frame i charter which
.iC :ln miiMt be submitted to popular
I vote of the city for ratification. The
'powers which may be conferred on
j cities are extensive. The proposed
amendment would not cancel any of
I the section it amends, but would con
slderalilv lengthen and extend it
This measure was proposed as a
companion to another bill which would
have submitted an amendment to the
constitution making: possible In Utah
the "city and county government,
such as exists in Denver and is beitiK
nated for many of the larger cities
of the countrv This bill was killed In
th legislature, but tho ' home rule In
cities"' measure was allowed to pass
and Is now before th.e voters of the
TIME LIMIT SET
The state law provides that the cop-ic.-t
of tne proposed amendments and of
the sections they propose to amend
shall be distributed amon? the voters
In the following words.
"Not less than thlrtv das before
the election next ensuant at which
such amendments are to bt? voted on,
the secretary of state shall duly certi
fy such pamphlet and the matters
contained therein, and furnish each
county clerk with o.e and one-fifth
times as many copb-s as there are reg
istered voters in his countv. The clerk
of each county shall, not more than
iwoniy-fi ve nor less than fifteen dins
prior to said election, cause to be
mailed to each votei iX copy of such
pamphlet, and no other publication of
Much amendment shall be necessarj ol
authorized, except such as arc provld-J
ed by the constitution Three copies
of such pamphlet to be suppllc.i l.
i he secretary of state, .-diall be kept
at every polling place while an election
is in progress, so that they may bo
freely consulted by the voters"
Mr Bennion pointed out yesterday
that at least tvvent- days will bf re
quired for the preparation and print
ing and mailing ot the pamphlets after
the matter which Is to ro Into them
has been filed In his office. He therc-
' f ore set the lime limit up to w hich he
uiii receive such matter as September
1 10. or just three weeks from toda
I I s I Hi; I l! I Ml K YY Y
RpeATET.LO, id i . Aug l'O. Ex
tensive preparations are being made
fpl a Kami Hureau fair at Grace some
tunc in September, to which all farm
.bureau clubs and agricultural clubs
I in the county will be invited, accord -j
Ing to announcement made by J V.
Thomas Bannock's new county rtem.
I A great deal of Interest Is being mani
fested In this l:-ve of work.
WOM OUT nut rot. .
j RENO, Xev Aug. 20 Miss Anne
Martin has filed with the secretary
I of state of Nevada her pttltlon of
i nomination s mi Independent candi-
I date lor 1 niif,t States sen.i'or Mrs
M u tin s petition contained -i:7 signa
tures Miss Martin's Democratic op
ponent will be Senator Henderson. Thc
Republican candidate for senator is
to be selected at the prlmai!cs in September.
PRIZES nilt sl i;i)s
i l' CAH;uLl. Ida Aug. :. Some
$1300 In premiums will be offered to
.tne winners at the annual state seed
;sbow, which will be held this year at
jNampa, according to C B. AhlSOO as
sistanl field agronomist for the I iu
VCTSlty of Ida In., w ho is touring the
State in an effort to stimulate inte: t
In the growing of better seed. J.ast
year every section of the state bad
vhibits at the shov In this city, and
this year the number of exhibits prom- 1
ISe to gre.Uly exceed thos, of la si j e i r. !
"BOost the purr seed lndusi.iv i.f'bPi-.
ho" Is being used by the s-ed : rsocia- I
tionduriiig their campaign this fall.
Taris has more equestrian statues
than any other city in the world.
FEED NERVES PLENTY OF
PHOSPHATE IN SIMMER
Keen Minded Men, Energetic and Successful
Rely on It Asserts Prominent N. Y. Physician,
Bitro Phosphate a Godsend.
Men and women, nervous and fretful
easily Upset nnd often fatlfciied nerd plen
t of organ li piiosphnu. and the sooner
the he. d this adrlre tin. better their
health Will be.
In ever one oi the million nr ,-rl.i
tint rnnki up our bod;., phosphorus- Is
a most Important part
Your nervous s.stem, your brain, vour
hlood and even your bones must have i
ufficien! supply of phosphorus r nearl
neu nervousnesa and .i r. n r.ii run
down rondltlon. ,t well as lack of normal
mental power la MUTO to result.
BiK men of .iflnlr.- mighty men who
control Industrie becausi ol abeer w-lli
power and nervous force, know this or '
If they don't, are clover enough to have
ft phy.vlc Inn who
Phyalclana more and more are le.-illmv:
that Bitro Phosphate ns dispensed at
drug stores. Is a necessity to over fpriv
por cent of men and women, because prcs-
cnt day foods do not contain enough phos-1
phate to frlve tin bod ind especJally the
neiTOiis system the supply It need
Speaking on thl.i very subject. Dr. Fred
crick .S. Kolle. editor In rhief ot I'h sl.
Hans Who'a Who" and a nnt'onallv
known author of medical text books In I
most emphatic statement said
. If., ' hn(1 "; way. Ultro nMphat.s
should be prescrlh. d by every doctor Vnrt
used In every hospital-"
I ..Later. Dr Kolle said When the nerve
issue begins to lose Its vitality' woman
begins to lose h-r vonth and vlnrloiH
ness. iter llveP. p...-,nt dis,.du..,i
rndes away she I ecomes Irritable un-
'companionable, moodj and despondent If
woiild Indeed be a goiba-nd If more men
and women were aware of thc efficacy of
intro Phosphal o
Hot weather la dreaded by men and
women who -vie weak thin nervous elm
d nnd lacking III vigorous development
because it sap their viUlitv almost lo
the breaking point.
To all such pe.pi. Hitro rho"phite !
recommended because it Is the one organ
Ic phosphate whin,, whan absorbed bv the
system, win supplj the element n. . .-,..
for a vigorous, healthy lody free from
any suggestion of weakness or disordered!
Your druggist has Bitro Phosphate In
thc original paokjigti With complete n. I
stnietlons for b;ji results. Advertise I
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