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TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920. THE UGDEN Si aNUARD-EXAMINER 3
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L j STATE AND JDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
I TUX SESSIONS
I OPENJ S, L
II Men From AN Farts of United
I States Attending Con
SALT LAKE, rpt 7. Governor
Simon Bambrrprr, in a rlncln ad-drrp.-.,
welcomed the memlx tra of th?
(National Tax association fo Salt Lake
last nlcht for their thirteenth annual
1 convention. Men from all parts of the
yJ United States are attending the aea-
"l realize." Paid Governor Dambr
HH cer, "that I am talking to the men who
are the brains of the forty eight stated
Of the union, and of the terrltorU
jl In these words the povernor of Utah.
tH speaking al the Hotel Utah .-ummed
' up his Idea of the importance of the as-
jfM sc-mblac- whicb began last niqht and
H which will continue until Friday ave-
nine in almost continuous session The
jl proceeding of last night were largely
.,;4 Informed In character for the purpose
of getting acquainted The business
session of the convention bes:ns today,
L and the Initial meeting was to gel oil '
B of the wav a certain .'.mount of detail!
K that must be disposed of and to leave
W the way clear for earnest work on tin'
i p. rf of the delegates
The session was marked by the larg
F A est and also the most representative
. Jf attendance at any initial session of the
jfl association. Governor D. W. Davis of
: JtJ Idaho, who was called to the cbair by
Nils P. Haugon. president of the or-
(;anizallon, announced that delegates
had registered from thirty-eight states
of the union. In addition to represen
tatives from the District of Columbia,
the territory of Hawaii, Porto Rico
and Canada. Representatives from
other states were known to be on the
way, and It is the belief now that when
all the delegates have registered there
will be more states represented at the
Salt Lake convention than at any other
meeting of the association.
With the exception of two sessions
to be held at Saltair today, the asso
ciation will meet at the Hotel Utah.
Numerous entertainment features have
been provided for both delegates and
their wives and frlendS, but the deter
mination of the convention; as ex
pressed last night, was for four days
of hard work, with comparatively lit
tle relaxation for the delegates them j
TEAM OF UTAH MINERS
ENTER DENVER CONTEST
SALT LAKE. Sept. 7 Three teams'
of Utah miners are on their way to
Denver to take part;' In the mine res
cue contest v. Inch will feature the:
mine convention at that city Septem
ber 9. One of the team Is composed I
of the best men from the Highland
Roy, Utah Copper, Utah Apex and
United States mines at Jlincham An
other is made up of men from the.
Springs Canyon Coal company, thej
Peerless Coal company and the Lib
erty Coal company. The third teamj
is from the mines of the United Slates!
Fuel comnan;. .
. JmJ Another teain was scheduled to go
from the Utah Fuel comp.mv's mines,
jjfl but has been withdrawn because of a
fire now smoldering In one of the com
1 pany's properties.
IV Two Wyoming teams, one from Cum
III berland and one from loek Springs
will also be entered in the contests.
H Among the officials who will go to
iMmm Denver for the convention are Carl A.
HHJ Allen, state mine inspector for the
rll t Utah Industrial commission. Dr. A L.
Murray, In charge of mine rescue car
1,Xj& No. 11; George Murph. superintendent
of the Spring Canyon 'oal company,
, and R. M. McGraw, general superin
JfKm tendent of the United States Fuel corn I
R .. ' Pany.
J Jklt on
' REPORTS PREVALENCE
j OF SCABIES IN IDAHO
SALT LAKS, Sept. 7. Dr V. F.
Murray, chief of ihe Utah division
HJ of tho United States bureau of animal
BHJi inustry, has reported a prcvalancc of
HJ Bcahies among sheep In southern Idaho.
jH j He claims that a strict quarantine
9H I against sheep n that district should
HJ be maintained to prevent tho sheep
SW from grazing In Utah during the com-
l-Bj lng winter. A quarantine was In ef-
19 feet last winter but In some Instant i
lfljl was disregarded.
p BRIGHAM GUARDSMAN
IS MADE LIEUTENANT
mM BRIGHAM, Sept. 7. Ernest Free-
9 man has been appointed second lieu-
1 tenant of I troop, Utah National
sweet without the
addition of sugar
ready-to -eat ce
and without waste.
Sold by grocers
I , Salvation Army wants magazines,
i papers and clothing or any dlscard-
f1 ed articles. Ford car badly needed.
Phone 2060. 4905
Skeleton Discovered Under
Cowpath on Salt Lake
F5ALT LAKE, Sept. 7. Mystery eur
I rounds the discovery of a skeleton,
'presumably that of a child six or sev
en years old, which was discovered In
a pasture or the old Church farm, at
Twenty-seventh South and Third West
streets yesterday morning at 10
o'clock, by hunters.
The skeleton was directly In a cow
path and had been trodden in the mud
twice dally. Deputy Sheriff J A. Turn
blow was notified of the discovery and
dug the benea from the marshy
ground, later removing them to the
countv Jail for Identification
William Colbie. 2145 South' West
Temple and his nephew, Sid ttird.
were attracted by what seemed be
a round white rock protrudin;: from
the ground. Invent ipai ion proved that
the object was a skull. A hasty exam
ination revealed leg bones, shrouded
with black stockinet?, slickine upright
from the ground. Deputy Turnblow
dug to the depth of eighteen inches
over an area of several feet, uncov
ering a nearly complete skeleton.
The only child of this age who has
been reported missing is Lester Mc
Alllster. 6-year-old son of F. M McAl
lister, who was thought to have been J
drowned in the dvick pond at Liberty
park. Draining of the pond disproved
It Is impossible for the father or
brother of tho missing boy to Identify
the bones. A second search Is being
made today to recover clothing that
may be of assistance in identifying the
LABOR DAY OBSERVED
BY POCATELLO FOLKS
POCATELLO, Sept .7 Labor Day
was generally observed throughout the
city yesterday, ail places of business
being closed In accordance with the
proclamation Issneo" by Governor Da-1
The leading feature of the day wua
the gigantic parade, which started on J
tho west side at 1 o'clock and alter 1
marching through (he business section
of the town disbanded at the high j
schbol grounds, where addresses were,
delivered by K H. Parks of Boise,
president of the Idaho Federation of
Labor, T. A. Walters of Caldwell.
Democratic candidate for governor.
Rev. Hurry Jv Hamilton of PocatellO,
and Mayor W F. Whltaker.
Musical numbers were rendered by
the PocatelloBannocJk band. The pa
rade was In chaise of A H. Drown. ,
assisted by E Hi Baste'rllng and George
Vt Johnson, and comprised the fol
First section Pocatello Bannock
band, police department, fire depart
ment, locomotive engineers, locomo
tive firemen, Order of Hallway Train
men, Switchmen's union, railway
Clerks, railway signalmen, main ten-1
ance of way men, railway electricians.
International Association of Machin
ists; International Brotherhood of
Boilermakers and the speakers cur
Second division Gate City band,
Hod Carriers' union, building trades
and common laborers. Bricklayers
union, Carpenters and Joiners of'
America. Painters' union, Lathers'
union, Plasterer's union, electrical
workers. Plumbers' union. Teamsters'
and Chauffeurs? union, Laundry Work
ers' union, international Typograph
ical union, printing pressmen, Bar
bers union. Meat Cutters' union,
Cooks' and Waiters' union. Musicians'
Ill the evening those who had gath
ered to celebrate tho day were given
a dance at Columbia hall by the Cen
tral Labor Council.
IM ITS SECRET CACHE
SALT LAKE Sept 7 Police swept
down upon Woodlawn, n roomlnghouse
.lit West Fltnt South street last
night and seized lifleen pints of Whis
ky in a cache behind a clothes hook
I board in the wall of a closet. George
l Jones, was arrested for Violation
I of the prohibition law and was re
' leased on $300 ball
Oh the approach of the officers ef
forts wer- made by the occupants of
the place to resist their entrance It
h.is necessary to batter the door from
jlU hlngea before thc liquor could be
Mrs, M Illy Vonlovlcb was arrested
last night on a charge of violating the
prohibition law when members of the'
I anti-vice squad found four quarts of
whisky nailed in the floor of her soft
Uimk parlor at 4&4 West Second
South street She was released on;
t300 ball. A few hours pi lor to hei
arrest the woman had complained to
tin police that her husband hud
threatened to kill her on numerous
occasions, and that she would prefer
Charges against him He is held in the
YOUTH FROM S. I. S.
CAUGHT IN CAPITAL
SALT LAKE; Sept. 7. "Bill Chap
man, is, and OrvlllG Hopkins, 20, both
Of whom are wunted by tho authorities
on different Charges, wore arrested
yesterday afternoon by Lieutenant D.
H. Clayton, when ho saw the pair
alight from the tender of an incoming
I, os Angeles & Salt Dike railroad pass
enger train at Third West and Eighth
Chapman Is said to bo wanted by
thc state industrial school at Ogden
Lieutenant Clayton was driving In
an automobile when he recognized the
pair as they passed him sitting on
the water lank. Tho recognition was
mutual, for both Chapman and Hop
kins commenced running. After the
officer fired three shots, the youth
allowed themselves to bo taken Into
Hopkins is suspected by the Salt
Lake police of having committed g
burglary hero several months ago.
! SALT LAKE SCOUTS
CLOSE SUMMER CAMP
SALT LAKE, Sept. 7 Members of
Boy Scout troop No. 51 have officially
I closed a successful xummer season of
outing at Iheir cabin. Tho Great
'Stone Face," in Mill Creeft auvoa.
I CUB IS LATEST OFFICE PET
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NEW FORK Here's tlie very latest in office pets. Park Com
missioner Gallatin is shown at work at his (U-t-k with ;t month-old
1 lion cub playing affectionately on hi shoulder.
LIST OF LABOR
DENVER. Colo. Sept. 7 William
Simmons, AO. of Boulder. Colo. In
jured in the hcud-on collision of two
Interurban curs yesterday, died at the
County hospital early today, making
the total dead twele Doctors said
thc Injuries of five others probably
would be fatal.
NIAGARA FALLS, N Y.. Sept. 6.
Two women and a man were crushed
to death mid two men were Injured
l!:ls aiternoon when a slide of sbule
lorced out a bridge leading to one of
the stairways in the Cave of Winds,
under Niagara falls. A hundred or
more tourists who were In the cao
al the lime, had narrow escapee, many
being bruised aaid cut by the falling
Th dead and injured were mem
bers of ;i party of tourists Just com
pleting a lour of the cave. With a
guide leading, thc party was In thc
middle of one of the four bridges in
li. cave when the slide came, Its noise
drowned by the roar Of the cataract.
Phe guide vvus not touched.
To recover the bodies of the dead it
was necessary to take a row bout from
the Maid of the aiisi steamer, which
had been run up as near an possible to
the falls and case it v.as a hazardous
vohture, but the rowboal crew finally
brought the bodies out of tho pool
:iiiri regained the steamer.
Tho accident Is the first of the kind
that has occurred in the cave since
the first stairway was built In 1-S
There have been slides before but
L-ily in the winter 01 early spring.
ROCK SPRINGS, Wo, Sept 7
Marking three mishaps at the Rot Is
Springs landltiR field, L'nited S: lu-h
mail planes 104 UDd 171 were badly
damaged yesterday. Pilot Murray of
plane 171 and Tiiot Pickup Of plane
iOl escaped injury.
A report of the mishap wtis given
out by J. R. Ilo.uston, superintendent
of Ine Salt Lftke control, following
receipt in a telegram from A. Li. Dun
thy of Cheyenne, Wyo.
The dispatch said both aviators had
1 assed :cm K Springs t::c:i turned back
and attempted 10 lapd
Mr- Floustoh said ne did not know
when the third mail plane would ar
Pilot P. Ilefron, who reached Salt
Lake and started on the return trip,
is at Craig, Colo., presumably driven
off his course by a high wind.
SPANISH PORK, Sept 7 Charles
C. Hood. 40 years old, and William
Christmas, 2 0, both of Spanish Fork,
were severely Injured yesterday when
the automobile which they were driv
ing, overturned near the Strawberry
pioject, 40 miles from here. The car
went over an embankment and slid 45
feet before it came to a stop.
Hood suffered painful contusions
and possible internal Injuries while
Christmas suffered a broken collar
bone and numerous bruises
An uninjured member of the party
summoned 1 ,r J. w. Eiagan of Span
ish Pork who went immediately to th
scene of tho accident The men were
removed to the hospital at Provo-
DETROIT, Sept. 6. Myron L. Tin-
ney, loriii-i i.rmy aviator, fell 500 feet ,
to his death today while performing 1
aerial acrobatics at the state fair!
In attempting to calch a rope ladder'
on which he was to climb from one
t plane to another flying above him he
missed his hold and plunged from the
top of his machine. A crowd of 200,
t'li" w itnessed the accident.
Tlnney was In the flying service at)
a Texas training field when the war
NIAGARA FALLS, N. ST., Sept. 6.
Seven persons were Injured, none se
riously, this afternoon In a collision 1
of two trains of trolley cars In the Nl
uuar.i Kore'. Scores of other passen
gers on the rear trailers of one train
saved themselves by Jumping When
they saw the ether train bearing down
upon them A break in the trolley,
lino caused the first train to stall.
CEDAR RAPIDS. Ia . Sept. 7. Mrs.
W. J Delaney, Cedar RapJds, was kill
ed. Mrs. c J Mi l ah.-. Fairfax, la.,
died en route to a hospital at Iowa
City, and Vincent Thoman and Mrl
P. H. Cahill. also of Fairfax, are in a
hospital at lowu City, seriously Injured
r.s the result of a smnshup ten miles
north of Iowa City today when an au
tomobile driven b Thoman was struck,
by a Cedar Rapids and Iowa City interurban.
SIOUX FALLS, S, D., Sept. 6.
Crashing head-on Into their ear stalled
en tho railroad track near Mountain
Lake, Minn . 16 miles this side of Wln
dom, this afternoon, and burying them,
in thf wrri kiiK'' an east bound Omaha'
passenger train Instantly Killed Mr
and Mr3. Clark Wagoner, who li.ve on
a farm south of Sioux Fulls, ami Roy
Doblnskl of this city, and fatally in
jured Frank Doblnskl who died an
SALT LAKE. Sept 7. William Dun.'
lap. 51 years of iLge. formerly a res
ident of Salt Lake for years, but more
recently of Seattle. Wish., was Killed
In an automobile accident Sunday
nlht in Diamond Fork canyon, near
The bo-9. together with two score
friends, held a closing celebration,
marking the first anniversary of iheir
occupancy of tho outing quarters.
Manager Skinner Receives
Letter Telling of Virtues
How a motion picture production
has made an Impression on an Ogden
ImuBlcikn is set forth In a letter re
Celved by Manager H. E. Skinner of
I the Alhambra theatre from Frederic
I Moss regarding the enrl appearance
I at the Alhambra of thc film, ' llunior
The letter follows:
' My I tear Mr Skinner:
' I see that you have booked "Hu
moresque" for the near future at the
I Alhambra. 1 feel like just dropping
you this line to tell you that, while in
Los Angeles a few weeks ago, I saw
'this picture, and it is without doubt,
lit my mind, one of the most wonder
ful pictures ever filmed Tho story Is
wonderfully beautiful and human, and
! I he cast is the most capable and ar
Jtistlc that I have ever seen gathered
In a single production The cr
ilughcsl art Is manifested b every one
,'of thc distinguished people In the cast,
and the direction Is superb:
1 'I went to 8 matinee performance,
'and found a double line one-half a
i lock long, of people waiting for ad
mittance; and this has been the con
tinuous record of the attendance at
Grauman'S Rialto theatre from thc
opening night. I believe It is stlJ run
nlng In Its fourth week.
' I am glad you have succeeded In
I booking it. and that 1 will have the
opportunity of seeing It again.
' Sincerely your3.
PI IN OGDEN
Total Amount of Life Insur
ance Distributed in 1919
Life insurance distributions In Og
den during 1919 amounted to $220,000,
according to compilations by the In
surance Press, a national periodical!
devoted to the underwriting business
Ol t hi country.
Tbr largest payments In igden were;
Albert Scowcroft, $30,146; Clavton P.
Grlswold. ? 13,0 17. and Fred J. Kicsel,
Mr. Orlsw old was formerly a teller j
In the Filigree bank. He died while!
nerving in the engineering corps in'
I ranee Scowcroft and Kiesel were;
i Ogden capitalists.
The largest policy paid In the Unit-1
ed States was rained by the late llen-i
rj C. Frlck of Now York In the sum!
ol $400,000. The total payments by
insurance organizations in the l'nited
States and Canada was $06 1,382,000,
an increase of $41,300,000 over 191s.
at Lagoon Labor Day
Pickpockets v.-orking at Lagoon yes
terday obtained a purso containing
S370 In currency and an $80 check
from Frank N. Sherry, 854 South First
YVst stre?t. and robbed C. S. Beaaley,
Jo Richmond apartments, of a pocket
book containing $15 and a return ticket
to Kansas City.
CENSUS fUEPORl 1
W ASHINGTON. 8ept. 7. Gaines-:
vllle, Tex., 8,648; Increase 1,024, or
13. 1 per cent. i
Key West, Kla , 19,039, decrease 90G,
or 4.5 per cent
Del Rio, Tex.. 10,589: Incorporated
Port Chester. N. Y, 16.573, Increase
3,764. or 29.4 per cent.
Beloit, Wla., 81,284; increase. 6,159,
or 40.7 per cent.
Herrin, 111., 10. 986; increase 4,125.
or 60.1 per cent.
PEACE TKEATX ENDS
TFRR1J HAUTE "Ves. nan. jedg
I flowed bricks at dat. man. But
when he comes along wid a shotgun.
I Jes' up an' lef ." Margaret Ray
"'.1 , iking Dat old' gun s no 'count
anyhow, Jedgo she alnt even gotta
trigger," said Joe Riley The Judge ;
cent them home afler 'they signed ;
a back-fence peace treaty.
Thistle Tho accident occurred near
what Is known as flvc-mlle post.
CLINTON, Ind.. Sept. 6 Three men
v.ere killed hero today by a gas ex
plosion In the Submarine mlno while
they were feeding the mln mules
about 200 feet from tho hoist. The
bodies wero recovered by a rescue
party. Soonteen mules wero killed.
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ALMOST TO ARCTIC CIRCLE
PORTLAND, Ore , SepL 7 A local
milling house has sold a flour mill to
b' installed 175 miles south of the An
tic circle, in Alaska. This will be the
first flour mill to be sent so far north J
The acreage of v. heat in Alaska has
been Increasing so steadih and the
department-of agriculture has been so
successful In developing a hardy wheat
which matures in ninety days, that the
growers have felt tbe need of a mill
Th plant, which is a steam operated
mill, will be shipped to Seattle thenco
by steamer to St. Michael, south of
Nome, where It will be carried by boat
up the ukon river. 836 miles to the
mouth of the Tanana river, and th' nc
27,0 miles to Fairbanks The mill has
b.eeu purchased by ihe Tanana Valley,
Agricultural association, and its capa
city is 25 barrels a day.
MININGS OF I 'm 1ST.
LO8 ANGELES Inaccurate ther
mometers have caused citrus growers
so much loas that thc Los Angeles
chamber of commerce, according to
Dr. Ford A. Carpentier, of the de
partment of meteorology and aero
n&utlcs, has decided to open a new do
pr.rtmenl where the instruments may
be lesterl The chamber bus received
from Washington, l C., a thermome
ter which wns in the testing room six
months. With this as a standard,
instruments sent in by citrus growers
will be tested for each degree from
24 to 100. The variance at each point
x-. ill be noted and recorded for the
benefit of the grower
I IslllNt, ItY M H
VANCOUVER. B. C. Airplanes are
to be used b tho Canadian dominion
government to work from Vancouver
on l'.itrol of Bntish Columbia flsh
1 - v iters, Colonel J. H Cunningham,
government Inspector of fisheries an
iMunc6d recently. Poachers or fish
ermen using Illegal methods will bo
sought out by tho aerial patrols Colo
nel Cunningham said tho cost of the
!i 1i.1l patrol would not be as great as
tht cost of the launch patrol operate i
Tbe ono government department
that can make no report as to how 1
It spends Its appropriations, la thc I
I secret service.
W TTve world owes 3 debt of irratltudetothe
E author of thc now famous Marmola Pre
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M reduction of thish.Trmlc-ss.edective obesity
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the Marmola Co.. 92 Garfield Bu-lding.
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one dollar for a good size box leaves
no excuse for dietinji or viole it exercise
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rAHIS The Duohess de Cliauluess.
who formerly was Theodora Shouts,
daughter 01 Theodore Shontr,. late
president ol the Interborough Rapid
Transit company of New York, will
wed. it's reported. Luke de Crcusot.
The duke is remembered here as the
last lover of Gaby Doslys,
Fire losses In this country and
Canada during July, it lo estimated,
The first successful penny newspa
per in the United States was the New
York Sun, established In 1833.
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Fourteenth and Arapahoe Streets !
On August 1 a strike was called on our property. On August 9
1 In vote of the union the strike was declared off, but many jn
)f our t'oniKT riiipluyes have nd list." I t" return to work
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