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I A MOUNTAIN PROPHET
I William Creech name cannot lie found in the Who's Who of
.educators. It is doubtful even if it is known among the doctors of
philosophy anil til.- .locidi- of liiw who adorn our colleges.
Strangely enough, it was a recent tragedy in the Cumberland
.mountains of Kentucky that served to call attention to liis reinark
3 b 1 o personality, and tin - I I he founded in a secluded pocket of
Hewn from the timbers of the primeval forest, stand the fourteen
Buildinga of the scftooL, monuments to the founder whose angrani'
3natical letter donating all his acres to education must forever "
lassi on the philosophy of modern education.
I "Some pltCBl hereabouts. " he wrote in his own way, ' are so
J.o,t from Knowledge thai the young 'una have never been taught
the knowledge of reading ami writing and don't know the country
they were Borned in or uhal Slate or County they were Horned.
'We need a whole lot of teaching how to work on the farm aud
how to make their farms pay, also teaching them how to take can
mi tloir timber and stuff they're waating,
I ' We want to teacll them hooks and agriculture and machinery
3ind all kinds of labor Bud learn them to live up a p I American
Viti;;n.s. so thev can he a help to the poor anJ to the generation Utt
porn. I don't look after wealth for them I look after the prO
parity of our nation. The - hi iii of the soul is whot we should seek
3 want all younp-'uus taught to serve the livhl' God. I have heart
nd cravin' thMt our people maj grotn letter."
Living far hack m the mountains. William Creech thought OUl
these modern educational idealfl Qtlhelped and though he has bed'
dead two years, his iileals hav.- become reality in the log school build
ings where arc taught "hooks and agriculture and machinery and
fell kinds of lahoi " to the 200 children who live in the school all the
ea r s i oiind.
I ENFORCING THE LAW
Laic arrivals Iroffl Evariston. Wyoming, declare that the citj IS
IrtSither "dry" nor "closed1 and an one with the Iteoesoarj funds
Van find entertainment.
News comes from Washington. D ('.. that women detectives are
Employed to u'o in t it-of-the-w a v places in an effort to discover
Infractions of the, law.
Next we may hear that women arc doing service in Bvanaton'.
On Thursda; . in Washington. K S Mitt, one of the former dipl
Snats of this rutintrv was placed under arrest hy Mrs. Yanwmklc
Jicad of the woman's bureau of the Washington police department.
It is related that Mr llitt was on his way to Hot Sprint's Hi
topped off between trains and made a dinner engagement with a
Miss Miller Mrs Yanwinklc was seated near by.
r I "I took especial notice of Mr. Hitt became everyone seemed to
linow him," Mis Vanwinl.le explained "After visiting several ta
bles he returned, produced t'lr.-i; and poured a drink for himself
and his companion. There was" nothing I could do but place bini
finder arrest. He c hmi t a1 all angry and was awfully polite. He
merely tried to make me believe I was doing something foolish.. He
argued that he had the right to drink nt home and that the Willard
dininc room happened to be his home si that minute.
I Regardless of the mini's high station, he was hooked at police
Headquarters, This certainly is making the high and low reaped the
Mi FATHER OF BASEBALL
In the clamor and the poise arising from another world hasehall
6crics in Oetoher, stop a moment and think of this
LM In another October. 9b' years ago. there WSJ horn a child who
lived to find himself called "Tin- Father of Hasehall." Be vva-
Lw I fclcnrv Chadwiek, hasehall vrritei of another generation, hut credited
i iv ith doing so much toward establishing baaebas) on its present foun--i
dation that he earned the sobriquet thai stuck to him to his death.
1 In a little plot in Greenwood cemetery; in Brooklyn. N. Y.. is a
slab that tries to tell his story to future jronerations of fans. The
LW noirhle is sxirmounle.l by u huge baseball. .There's crossed hats on
one side, and a mask. Chadwiek died ou April 20, 1906, but the
D good Chadwiek did was not interred with his hones.
r If he was the father of baseball, his child lives the game
I CITY TO BUILD A HOTEL
! We generally think of India as a backward nation, without en-
larpriSe or public spirit, where people are considered cheap and be
ing cheap arc neglected and prematurely die. Hut Bombay, India,
is neither sleeping nor dozing. Recently the government of BomVaV
made arrangements to spend :vMhm0,0(M on a housing project an
'J.500,000 on a hotel.
Bombay is a city of eonsiderable sic and bus the financial credit
fa do big things, but there are places of equal importance in tie
United States ihat do 001 POSSOSS ihe same wideawake regard for,
the welfare of their inhabitants
It is somewhat out of the ordimnv foi a city to either attempt
to house its homeless or i rect a hotel, but both movements are in
the direction of community good and are to be encouraged.
More of this public v oi k would be undertaken in Ami ri I if
fee ciiies had wider powers and greater financial reaourees
HOW S YOLK PHOBIA?
1 Arc ou the sort of person who can't ride backward in a train or
1 street car! Have ou. in fact, a dread of a railway jonrn.v of any
I aort? Ha. you've been classified as a nut by Edwin L Ash. noted
I authoritv on neurasthenics You are a siderophobe
1 All sorts of funny little panicky feelings, obstinate ways of doing
1 tilings and quirks in your mental makeup have been classified, cata-
laged and labeled If you jump into bed and pull the covers over
1 your head when the thunder roars, you are suffering from ha to
a nhobia If yon are uneonifortahle alone in a broad, open space ,
1 have agoraphobia, and. if a stuffy, crowded room makes you want to
I jump 't the window, you are a claustrophobe
m ' So don't be lonely( bored, scared Ot foolish any more. Dignify
1 iur emotions with a stately title and maybe you can get a name
1 for being the wisest person in your block.
"One of the fundamental difficulties in adjusting the oonflicl be
3 tween capital and labor is Ihe insistence, pj capital, on tin tupJW)
j of property ami contract rights," sa v s the Atlantic Monthlv ;..r
The author of The Newer .Justice ' Lauis Bartlett. BalisTes
I though, that labor is making headw.i
j I j0' thinks lal)or' progress is due. in no little measure, "to th.
' rowing knowledge that what is iu the social interest is also good
I Business and productive of dividends M
LU In brief: It pavs to give labor a square deal
I Bartlett refuses to dmit the square deal possible as long .is
a ct rights are held supreme above human rights,
STATE AND JDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem SUte
SPIN 01 YARN
FOB KNIT GOODS
Factory at Bncjham Takes
Raw Wool and Makes
(Special to Standard Examiner .
Wlir.HAM CITY, Oct. 1 Then are
two woolen tnlllo In the state of
Uth that are converting wool from
the backs of western sheep into cloth
and knit good of all kinds. One of
l these factories in located at Provo
whore the yarn Is spun and then
Dad np into rloth for men's suits.
I etc. The oiher factory Is located at
Brlpham City and Is the only factory
jin the state that manufactures all
kinds of knit goods from its own
yarn xttin in the .same building.
The factorv in Bnsham CltJ ts
known as the Baron Woolen Mills,
organized years apo but not exten
ivl advertised and it is nn Ren
erally known that this bastneai has
been growinu rapldl the past few
! years and is now se nding thousands
of dollars' worth of knit goods to all
parts of this western country The
firm has tilieen agents iu the various
states adjoining l'tah who are send
ing in orders every day for articles
that are giving such general satis
fact ion thai each succeeding year
there is a greater demand for the
HAS PLAN FOR LARGE
I SALT LAKE. Oct. 2. V T. Wilson.
Irrhjatlpn and drainage specialist 01
Hie l'tah Agricultural college. Ik push
ing a project whereby from 80,000
le I ;rr.- of Cache enunlv land
will be drained.
i Mr. Wltaon was In Salt 1-ike ves
1 tcrday conferring with Tl. A. Hart,
senior drainage enyiner for the gov
ernment In this district.
The land could be drained at tne
average ost nf $4'i pf-r uerc and tn5
I land, on being drainwl. ' would be
worth $.100 per nere, he .ml.
The AtnalaamiUed sugar company
Bjaj Knld to have offered to finance mich
a project should the farmers who
would ii-nefn agree to grow beets for
a stipulated period. The entire valley
: is suHceptablc to proper drainage, it Is
MOUNTAIN HOME BANK
WILL BE REFINANCED
BOISE, Ida.. Oi l. S - Bank Commis
sioner John 6. Krullck yesterday as
pur'l depositor.; of the Commercial
I Savings hank of Mountain Home that
thi- nffalrs of the Institution would
soon be straightened out and business
, would be resumed without loss to the
'The d'rertors are arranging to
reflnanc th-' lnnK." -.iiJ Mr. Fruli. V.
! "and I am sure they will hav- it
going ageln very shortly Btock hold
ers' liability will protect depositors.
Thers "ill bo temporary Inconveni
ence o buslec-K', houses having depos
its, hut in all prcbablllt) pri ,iny vss.
Mr. Fallck's statement followed a
ronference held at bJ 6fflC4 attended
' by all the directors of the bank.
FAMOUS MONUMENT IS
GIVEN ITS FIRST BATH
SALT LAKE Oct. 1'. Thousands of
visitors who ire CO mini to Salt I.ake
next week to the L. 1). S. gfiieral
conference nmi to the L'tah stat- Pali
will notice a decided change in t lip
appearance of the monument of Bi:g
ham Young nl Main itreet and South
During the last few days the smoKe
and grime, the dust and dirt which
the monument has been accumulating
slnc it was unveiled In pristine h. aiit
in 1897 have been waahed away, eo
that the grnnlU- stands out as white
and clean as the day U was quarried
and the bran ae shines brlfhuy.
The reeent scrubbing Is the first
since its erection.
TO ORGANIZE COUNTY
LIBRARY AT MORGAN
SALT LAKE. irt -Mss Marv E
Downey State library -rganlrer. has
rettinif d from .Vlc.r.,,, bt re. sh re
ports, a county library is read for
organization. A camoaign for the col
leetlon of book.'. Is to be pnit on by pu
pils of the high schools and Junior
hieh schools of that county. County
commissioners will appoint a county
library board during the coming week.
moan w i i itti.i d vm igr
VERNAL, ict shle ralloy has
had moderately severe front , for thrr
nights past This much later than
last year and has enabled the to
mato and melon crops to reach 'h r
maturity. The heaviest third cuttlm:
of alfalfa for several years ha been
ha vested thl fall.
$5.00 FOR 8 HOURS
W. M. Sutherland
Building & Contracting
,Two More of Four Aileged
Bank Robbers Plead
SALT LAKE. Oct 2. Pleas of gull-1
Ity to charge of robbery vv-re entered
this morning by Frank Kogere and;
William Bonney, two of tho four men
who a week ago held up and robbed:
the Sugar House bank or between $0- j
000 and $7000. Both men were or-1
dered bound over to the Third district'
court, the order being entered by
Judge Henry C- Lund, of the city!
I H. A. Oravell. a third member of I
the quartet, changed Ins original plea
of not guilty to one of gulltv ievera.ll
lays ago, and was ordered by Judge I
William Uogers, of I In clt court.
I bound over to the district court for
J T. Smith, the fourth man. has
refused to change his pica and de-1
elares his. intention ot Btandlns trial
jon the robbery charge. Although ar-'
jrested with the other defendants
jSmltls has never confessed to having;
taken part In the holdup. Confess-;
Ions were made by the other three
'men. Kogers aud Honney admitting !
Lhell complicity in the holdup to Sher-
lift John S. Corlea the day after theln
JarresL The same day Oravell told hj:. 1
.story while confined In the city jail
I The four men were apprehended j
'about three mile out of Frovo a short
distance front th- place where thay
abandoned the Nash automobile In I
which they drove from the scene of the
i robbery. More than JJ000 In curren
ICS was taken from the persons of the
(defendants when they were ci tight and
.i bag ol silvi coin:-! wj- i . . ... ,.r-l
tlie following day. after Gravell had
admitted where he bad l ft It.
The cases against th nu n will niiw
up In the criminal division of the llx
trict court In a few dayaf where. It Is
I understood, pleas of guilty will again
I be entered. Thoy will probably rc
Icelve sentence at that time.
LITTLE DAMAGE DONE IN
TWO P0CATELL0 FIRES
POCATELLO, Had . Oct. 2. Though
two fire calls sounded simultaneous-j
ly yesterday afternoon, the fire de-
partment attended to raeh summons
! without delaj
Frank Mon:.i'" i-cmIiUik o on North
Third avenue caught fire from a de
i fective flue. The entire house was
I damaged by fire and muter to the ex
llent of $800.
j The other fire was on South Fourth
avenue, the home of R. K Cameron.
'starting from a i.iuse .-Imll.u- Ihat
of the first fire. The latter fire w:s
i itlnjJUlahed With little or no damage.
POCATELLO WOMEN TO
POCATELLO. Ida . Oct. 2. Pbca
tello war mothers will attend the state
! convention of War Mothers, to be held
at Idaho Falls October 7 and 8. .:rs.
I Horace Welles Doty, chairman of the
! program committee, rtpoit.-v that an
i excellent program for the event ha
( be?n arranged.
Mrs. D W. Standrod of Pocatello.
I will lead the discussion on ' Bols'ne-. -Ism.'
Several other prominent Idaho
women will take an active part In the
TWO IDAHO COUNTIES
GAIN IN POPULATION
WASHINGTON! u t. 2. Oneida
, County. Idaho, now has a population
, of 6.7L'3. according to cenaua bureau
j announcements, as compared with IE,- j
I 170, the population ten vears ago.
Owyhee county had against HOI
j in 1910
In tho case of Onieda county, the
j decline amounts to 55.7 percent while 1
Owyhee county has a gain f 1;.I p. tl
Maltd has a population of .' v
I against 1303 In 1010.
s( HOOI. PltOMM ( Ts nitll.ll
SUGAR CITY. Ida.. Oct. 2 - -The j
1 Sugar-Salem high school opened its i
doors for registration Monday and I
nearly 100 registered, with the pro--!
, pects of one of the most successful
I years during Its history. There is a
I full corps of teachers.
I A A
Is not health more precious
Lhan prejudice and indiffer-
14 e !
I . -a.
Heber J. McKay,
D. C, Ph. C.
212-13-14-26 Col. Hudon
Building. Ogclen Utah
1 Z. -
l.OOO RUBS 1
THAT WE'LL BE GLAD TO TAKE H
Og'den Wet Wash Laundry E
W. H. Barnard, Proprietor
Phone 1173 1877 Washington Ave. B
BLIND TO HIS FAULTS, I
BUT SHE'S MAKING FIGHT
NEW YOEK. Here's a lady blind to the faults of a man! If!
Lucille Uicksun . ul.l open her eyes lie'.i knock the spots nuta Ix i
I i EC brother. Marshall. She', I see he's wide open to a mas. attack on'
Ihe solar plexus. Be that as it may. Lucille certainly holds hi I
ground. She's toe to toe with the "enemy." ,s for Marshall, that'
superior smile oil his lips menus that he's ahoiit to land lare unl
heavily on his sister and that the daily boxing exreise may end
H. C. L TO FULL
See Sharp Drop in Six Months
and Money Market Back
r;v.v VdKK. Sept. 29. Leading
bunkers in Wull street made the pre-.
Hi tiou that the toil of living will tuko
a Miarp drop In the next six months'
and that a return to normal condition,
in the money market, following tho
. :,i i inuij. iiiUI...nui. hi eninmiHii;;""' a
la In aight. They bae their prr.n
tion on the Lomltllon of the woolen
market, the Impending releaa1 from
lha cotton warehouse of the aouth of
'normoua quantity . of OOttOfl Uu
-.pected r-.luctlon In prices of Btnn -
in ..1 a ml ot I km -rift 1
They nay th-it the announcement
from I'ctrolt that H-nr Kor.l had r -d
jced I '.. iri. Ol I i li "
mer-lv .in evldracg that he has aa-
romlng down. No on haa ever churg
e. l"orl tth being a profiteer, and
ion , i r maam then i uat
Me hafe given amumncca that there
w ::i i . i an la 1 1
duced because of the high price ri
naodad the manufactures. He.
lama. The Amertcao Woolen compn
i '-o gits Itieti ustomer th- benefit "4
of thl reduction. Iabor. however, has
continui-d at the highest level in many
years, and there Is no sign of any im
mediate reduction, although the re
fusal of the general public to buy
clothes at present prices la beginning
to cause some unemployment.
Hanker are predicting there will l
a heavy relaxation of credit through
out the country as a result of these
development m and that mon-v rates
will reach a condition of comparative
ase thl winter. This Is given as the
explanation of the heavy buying of'
Ijn. r' bonds In the New York mar
ket and the advance In quotations. Tne
market for the bonds Is automatically
regulated, to a great extent at least.!
tff the relative quotations for loans. ,
The high discount rata fixed by the j
-deral reserve Kink- ufler war were,
largel) responsible for heavy decline In
Liberty and Victory Issues. When dls
count rates are reduced bonds tin
doubtedlv will return to their formerl
National Bank 7
OGDEN, UTAH M
I 1 "7 1
GOOO SERVICE W I
IS WORTHY f
Good service Is worth
of reward. You render
good service to your
Country and yourself
when you save regular
ly and invest safely. '
Your account is Invited
Four per cent Interest
I paid on Savings Ac
I counts compounded
L 'I I
HISSED REAL ACTORS jti"
AND NOT REPORTERS
N I Stnif Sn-, lul. sssWP
i. porters nd caused considerable H
Passion Play. Il
Spectators were surprised w hen four
men. urmeu "Ith note books and pen-
ells appeared on the stage, taking '
down words uttered hy the Christ in LfJ
Some one demanded that the "ob-
noxious reporter" be removed. It was B
then explained that the "reporters ' B
wer. ang. li.its w ho hud parts in tho
hi 1 r nop is iu w ifgrl
IITV. Ida.. 1 The 1
harvesting of one of the best crops of BSswAI
sugar beets ever grown In this aactlon
Is iu full swing and everv one Is
to harvest the heavy crop as rapidly HH
as should be done, due largely to the SsgsBBBBBBs!
fa t that the farmers are busy thresh- I
ln a orop of seed peas, ax mjAjAM
well as all other crops, and all ma- BsHBH
chines ae running shorthanded. RsPyJ
e of hII tixog an.) 1 '
Shapes until 175. when King IxjuI Wtl ' ,
CLASSES IN DANCING
Wednesday, 4:15 p. m Children'a Kw
Thursday. 4 p. m Children's Ball LU
Thursday. 8 p m Adult (begin- W fel 1
Thursday, 9:15 p. m. Adult (ad- Vsfrfll
Soturday. 1:30 p m Children' Bal b9bbp!
Saturday, 3 p. m. Children's Ball BsWlTera
Room. Ssm x ?
All claases atart promptly on time. mmtV'A
Best of music. mm
One hour social dancing after cva- iSH
mng ball room classes.
Are You Building J
An Estate? f Mjm
ordt thorn thai ooijr 15 per cent of all mar-
ried men have m.,re than mere b oriel lot ff
.-I- v . . , jrou belong m
SO .state not J'lftl lu leave B( I
I tks J
ibeolatelj seeure, Aek abH1 then, i !
M ft YMm