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j - 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER hKlDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, IVZU.
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I ARMY BALLOON EXPLODES
ON HIGH TENSION WIRES
LOS ANGLLES. Calif.. Aug. 20.
An arm balloon exploded When It
came In contact with high tension
electric lima rr.it Fli.-ibeth lake 7".
mllca northeast of hero yesterday, sor-;
lously injuring Kenneth Fratler, -dot
pilot. A surgeon wan dispatched
to the scene from the balloon school
at Arcadia, near here, upon the ar-'
rival there of a carrier pigeon with a
message from Frasler.
I FLORIDA ESTATE BROKER
PROVES HIS INNOCENCE
TORONTO. Aug. SO. After volun
tarily coming 3,000 miles to prove
ho was not the man who held up and
robbed the jewelry store of Abraham
Rosi-nthal of foO.OOO worth of dia
monds. D C Ellwood, : wealthy real
estate broker of Miami Fla.. toda
was h free man and the charge against
Rosenthal tailed to Identify Ellwood
as the robber, and the Miami man pro
duced affidavits'tbat he was not in
this city on the night of the robbery
EXPLOSION OF RUBBER
TAKES LIVES OF SEVEN
MUSKEGON, Mich., Aug 20 Four
mere of the imn injured Wednesday
in the explosion in the rubber depart-!
mcnt of the Brunswirk-Bulke-Collen-i
dtr company plant, died yesterday,
bringing the dead to seven
All Their Freshness fH,
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their delicate flavor and gj&SgST VHrnl
crispnes8a ii packed m ill" 'SiKbLC;'
wrong kind of .a container Qjbw "
That is win wp i.iri; M G's in the double-scaled package
-r. Firal 'In- fresh crisp chips an
ji!Pv pui in i glassine bag which sbsplut la
0W R fjj iv exc'udea moisture; then, this moi I
jg lure-proof package- is sealed air tight
rYO'TA7QN ,:' il" ramiiiar red :,nd ,iow m & r;
ffijp n bb iBsa ( 1 eshness lealed in
fflflB SBva MwfoTgfMtJKa 1,1 ou' Ar"' fu"
JSLJw Colorrdo Potato F I c: k e &. Mfg. Co.
1S II ' Bq Vie SciLqcI Pc.cka.qe 41 ways'
I Standard Club is Different
You'll agree you never knew what a delightful drink
i ginger ale was until you tried STANDARD CLUB.
Its flavor is delicious, and leaves that cool, invig
orating after effect that's co pleasurcable
Your grocer can probably supply you with a few
bottles If not, phone 965-W It s an Ogden prod
I STANDARD BOTTLING CO t ,
OGDEN. UTAH V
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Sessions in Salt Lake Presided
Over By D. D. McKay of
SALT LAKE. Aug. 20. With rep-
reMniativee of nine western states.
and tlu- majority of the executive coin
'i iiiilti-i of me Anicrlcuu Kami Bureau
Federation present, the annual con
vcntloii of thai organl. tt on was npen-
od this morning at 10 oclock at the
The organization, devoted wholly lo
, the advancement of agriculture and
the intereste ol the furmcr has, Its
ofClcers state. th largest memiici ship
in' the history of farm organi7itlon!.
The sinies represented at the confer
! ence this morning include L'lah. llli-
iniiH Michigan, i olorado, California,
uhio, idahu, Nevada and Vydniinj
1 1 oin the a'catern states and West
Virginia) New Jcrseiy, alaesaohuaettSi
Michigan, Otoigtn, uhio. Indiana Ami
Now l oi k as well
I) l McKay oi riuntSVllle, presi
dent ol t tic L lah Statu Farm bureau
, win acl as official host for the visi
tor., together With l Edward Tay
lor, commercial agent of the bureau,
mid Jonn r . bin ton of Uarhtud, I tan's
members of the national executive
i ORiimti.ee. Sari iiunon will probably
liremrif ai ihl8 morning a Bebsuui, winio
Mr, .McKay will deliver an adarr. of
OUicr aau. esses tm liiOtfilnj win
lie made by li hi. . l'eterson, prcsi
n i.t ol ilu- Utah Agricultural COiieS
or, . u. Walker oi California a km
s . i i. Jamison Ol Colorado.
Among me priholpal subjects of
particular Importance to (no west
which the iariiKT will discuss are
those oi me woolyrowerM and the au
i,ar beet giOwere, Especially signifi
cant, .-o eastern ofnoers say, la mo
puaatbility of the establishment ot a
...i!ion:ii wool pool and a central sell
in a majority of the middle west
ern states tne farm nuiotiu federa
tion lias in operation siatc wool pools
ana im preparing, according to J. lJ. I
rowers of Michigan, to establish a
central selling agcnc. Mr. Powers
said last ingot mat u is me desire
i the in.uuii' ivestcrners to have the
ooi proatmere ot me west join with!
mem in tne perfection oi a central
i s i .-.. v i : JEX P KD8
While ino greatest numerical
Strength of me Aiucnran Eurm bu
reau is in the miuaic west, a conslu-!
eraole majorit) oi the farmers of L'tah
are aitniuied wiih the county and
State organization, and tne influence
.or the l,..'.mi ha-j heen considerably
extended during the past two years,1
-particuiaVly last ear in connection
with tin- iuection oi sugar beets, and
again this ear through the organiza
tion ot tne swine breeders of Hie
in .Michigan theie are 80.000 mem-
bcid, in Illinois U2,0UU, ai,U in Iowa'
C. E. Gunnels, assistant secretaiil
of the national organization, will at
ihe meeting.s of the next two clays
tiring to the attention oi the western1
farmers the aims oi me national fed-1
eratlon with a view to further
strengthening the organization.
Among those from outside of Utah
I who are in Salt Lake for the conven
tion are Mr. Gunnels and Mr. Pow-
rs Gra Silver ot o. irglnia, E.
E. Kichurdson of Massachusetts, W G.
Eckhardt of Illinois, W. G Jameson
of Colorado, Dr. H. Walker and
W H. liellmau of California, J. R.
Morion of Georgia, Harry LSeale of
Ohio, John G biown of Indiana and
J. c McKenwS of New ork
i t X'l i Vt. I.N i s .Mi l T.
A meeting ot the county agricul
tural aj,eius of the sta.e Ocing held
simultaneously with tne farm oureau
-convention, opened yesterday morning
at the Motel Utah. Iji ben R, Elo
redge, dairy cost Investigator for
Cacne. vooer, David, au.tv.n, Salt
i-ak . i lah, Sanpete and Sevier coun-'
ties, Stated thai Classification of tne '
milk producer! of the stato is being
This will mean, said Dr. Eldredge, !
that ihe cost of milk production in
every county of the state, under all'
conditions can be ascertained at any1
time. It will also be possible to work!
out a formula lhat will give the cost1
. i .i after year."
' w. Owens of Logan, county ag-'
lent, presided at the meeting. The
morning session was devolc-u to dis-,
cushion or the following topics Is'
the Exti nsion Division u L'mt Sai
arj Cheeks," Annual Leave of AbV
ence," Extension Work W itn Sol-I
diers," 'Utah Extension Newa," The
State Pair,'" John T. Calne, ill, R'e-
The program presented t the af
ternoon session icllow. ' Dalrj Cost
1 rds, "Helationship to Crops and
festa kVork, The County Agent s
Joo, 'Written Outlines tor Project
Leaders. (letting tne Committee
man lo l"insii Hm Job,' if l Were
a County Agent."
FARMERS ORGANIZE TO
IYiArb Ihcih UWN LOANS
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 tirgamz.i
tnon oi the Co-operative Earmer-Uor-rowera
or the L oiled States as a na
tional body Including members of the!
tour thousand tarm loan associations!
i reads organized under the federal
farm man act, has been started, the
national iioaid of farm organizations
announced The plan arose out of
puralyzation of th0 federal act as a
in of the suit pending in the su
preme tunn ;o test Its constitutionall
I i.v. it was said.
boc.il farm loan associations will be,
formed Into state unions' and stale
conv entions will be called lo name I
delegates to a national convention.
P0ST0FFICE MEN OUSTED
DESPITE LONG SERVICE
CHICAGO. Aug. 20. One hundred
thirty-five Chicago postofflce employ-'.-'
. i : k i tired from service on pensions
today, over tholr protests.
Chief among those retired are Gen
c i .il J E. Stuart, chief poatoffice In
spector who served AO years here and
John M Hubbard, assistant postmas
Ur, wno tor years has been the offl
Icial Santa Claua to children who urole
i their patron saint In care of the
WOMAN SEES BOYS ADRIFT
AND LEADS IN RESCUE
NEW YORK. Aug. 20 The eye of
woman scanning the ocean through
iu telescope "Just for fun" today
jii.ught sight of four boys clinging to
tne gunwale of an overturned rowboat,
i drifting to sea a mile off shore.
I The woman Mrs. Earl Monger of
Manhattan dropped the glass snd
I rushed to a life-saving station whers
!sh( directed rnecuers to the boys' aid.
All were- saved.
Rioting in Former German
Area Held Due to Official
'Delays in Taking a Vote
BERLIN, Aug 0 In high official
quarters U is said that the German
government has hren consigned to
the role of a m re on-loolc i In Hie
uppt-r Slleslan n rla r. ;.. as i In-
rights of that territory have been
transferred to tin- Inter-allled govern
ments The present rioting in Kattowltz
seeming! has come as no surprise to
offlolal quarters, where for some time
it has horn asserted thaj sufficient
combustible material was accumulat
ing there to make such an outbreak
logical consequence. Wheii Poland's
fortunes of war began to diminish it
was declared iher had come a pro
nounced chango In sentiment in the
upper Silrsinn plebiscite districts which
permitted the conclusion that If a
vote were taken now II would show
an overwhelming majority In favor of
PEOPLE IM1' I ll IN I
While the workers and all classes
of the population in upper Silesia are
reported to be firmly determined l
hale Germany -, neutrality rigidly ob
served in connection with the Rueso
Poiish war. and while this attitude is
belli-, ed to hav e her n the pretext for
the present outbreak, in informal dls
cusgion in official circles m Berlin,
ii has been contended lhat the In
habitants of the plebiscite region were
gradually finding their patience at an
end as a result not only of the re
ported flagrant mannei in whih Pol
ish propaganda was carried on and the
continued alleged French excesses, but
also because of the alleged inconclus
ive altitude of the intir-allled com
mission toward establishing a fixed
date for the plebiscite This reported
cumulation of grievances Is declar
ed now to have been augmented by
the neutrality factor, which finds tin
populace a firm unit
CONFLICTING D Us
The German pfegs hitherto has been
chary In its comment on the situa
tion. While deploring the outbreaks
In upper Silesia hccnusH, tt says, thev
are llkelv still further to complicate
Germany's tangled foreign situation,
the Tngllsehe RundSChaU expresses
the belief that the occurrences have
given "evidence of a healthy national
will which will prov- upper Silesia
faithful to Germany when the ballots
Die Grthelt denies that the out
breaks Indicates sentiment In favor
of allegiance to (Jermany This news-
paper declares the populace primarily
favors the strictest neutrality. "The
upper Slleslan workmen decline to
keep the watch on the Rhine,' there
as our nationalists would have them.-'
says the newspaper.
Six Additional Modes of At
tack Are Announced by
NEW YORK. Aug. 20 Six add!-'
tional modes of attack in the boycott
bj Hindus and Mohammedans aga! ISI
the British government in India, the
fir.st of which were reported to have
been put Into effect August 1. were'
made public yesterday by the India
information bureau. The boycott has
be n termed "a protest against un-!
satisfactory terms of the Turkish peace
treaty" provisions of which are said
to deprive the Mohammedans of "ev
ery vestige of power."
Four measures of opposition includ-l
ing the relinquishment of British tub i
and honors, resignations from govern
ment offices, refusal to serve In the;
armv and to pay taxes, were annoum -ed
New phases of the boycott are
Non-participation In loans floated
by the British Indian government for
military purposes, railway and canal
Suspension by Indian, lawyers of,
practice and settlement of civil dls-i
putes by private arbitration Instead
of In government courts
Boycott of government schools by
The boycott of reform councils. 1
meaning a refusal on the part of the
q,dian i 'immunity io participate as
candidates or oters In the election
Non-participation in government
.social functions and Durbars.
Vigorous development of the Swa-
lein movement, (cultivation of home
Industry and purchase of Indian made
goods only i
Dr. N. S. Herdiker. director of the I
bureau, also announced that a recent
despatch from Eucknow said, "ThsC
ihere was a complete cessation of;
business and that Joint Hindu and'
Mohammedan meetings were attend-'
ed b) thousands of persons who sub
scribed to the non-i ooperation move- 1
ENGRAVERS TO ORGANIZE
ARTISTS INTO UNIONS
PITTSBURG, Aug 2u Plans to
facilitate tho organization of artists
employed in Miudlot newspaper of-,
fires and commercial plants. were.
adopted b the International Photo
Kngravers union at today s session
of the annual convention here
l nder a vote of the convention to
day tho photo engravers' union will
assist artists of the Lnlted States and
Canada lr, forming local unions.
BABE'S FATHER SEIZES
PROPERTY OF KIDNAPER
PHILADELPHIA, Aug 20. Four
deposits In New York banks of Au
guste Pasqualc. the alleged "Crank
in tho Coughlln kidnaping were at
tached yesterday by George H Cough
lln. of Norrlstowp, Pa., whose 16-1-months-lod
son was kidnaped Mr
"'oughlln. who on July 24 paid a ran
som of $12,000 previously attached ,
personal property of Pasquale,
amounting to 6,672
This makes a total of 113,626.
Buy some expensive clothes
and have them charged to '
your husband. That will make
'him realize you're still alive.
'See Enid Bennett In "Hair
pins" at the Alhambra Sun
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