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I MARIS IK OF
Yanks Holding Down Black
Republic Are Tired of
PORT A U I'RINOE. Hnlti. Nov 24.
iHv the Associated Presa) There
is no doubt of the tkc that many of
the li0 marines on m rnputlon 1u(y
in Haiti arc sick if tlx- Job They
want to go home or sumo place else.
It is a hard life for yotinirters who
nre sent into mountain regions in the
north, iilong peaks aS high as Den
ver. Often ihey nre nw;i from posts for
weeks and they declare they undergo
many lin i ilsli ips. the leaSI of VhlCh In
I.ilW of Ico in a climate where .It is
Since the t"irt session of the na 1
board of Inquiry at Washington the
marines have been hearing from
homo folks, atiaious to know If thoy
ir inking pari in "md'serlininatc
killings." This charjje. first made by
Major Gcncr.il Qeorge Harnett, for
TOCf coin man flan' nr the marine com-:
nnd ihrn Corrected by him. has gone
everywhere, marines assert, declarlnS
thai Wie rhs1 Statement has never
been overtaken by the correction.
This" week steamer brought hiiri'
dreds n? letters, ad) r:il'g truth
about conditions. The marines ron--.
Ad that they nre on roneh clut v and
i hen are held up at home as rough,
men with tMC cu'i
J Major General Neville, member of
fir naval bord of innuiry, Inspected
. very pari r,f the fiichtlnr jdnnt here
.mil found many thiex to commend;
hut declared It was not properly
ffiuinpcd. This he found was partic
ularly true n to hospital facilities,
There is nOl an X-ray machine on the
island. SOd naval dOCtOfS In charge
assert they ran not provide adeoiic
service for the slok, Anvi il for help
are said to have brought " answer
ibnt there were no funds Hsltl Is
not .1 health resort ai d there Is mUch
General Neville In kitchen
hullt "f bit of beard fifOm poOKlnfl
The brigadier Commander and hi?
-lnff haVe made every effort to lc.eej
Intoxictulnc liquor .-.way from the nv
rlncs. but with almost every shOD seil
Ini it. the task Is nlfflo'llt. Marines
who have Instcd the l!lv drink
it 1 powerful enough to drive a motorcycle.
W IMPERIAL WATER r" 3JECT
I IS FOUND DISAPPOINTING
6L CttNTftO, Ca!
H metes that the tentative Hnub'i
von dam project on the Colorado river
W b isln would ecsl I 176.000 1
H were laid before a ronfTnce here
Hi Tuesday of the boards nt directors of
iHi the Coaehell.i V Jley Water r.rs' ag.
HW sociatlon. and the Imperial Irrigation
1 system, by Arthur P Davis direetor
Mr Davis said b" had been dlaap
pointed, in n preliminary survey of
the Boulder dam Site, hi no; flndlntr
bedrock within A feel of the surface.
IT. said a depth of t el h id I n
attaJfted, only to find ho must
deeper Still, as it :h.i level hr. hrol
if a feaslhle site ''tr'1 found In
BOuldcr canyon, necordtntr to Mr. D:i
vl.s. It will be SOUfthl In Slack can-
yoh, miles beloa
Uo stated 140. OflO Was needed to
complete the buiv
Mr. Davis snld Itta foporl Would no
to waahlftaton from vumit. Arte, o-
H vemhr-r anil . mMd I.- p?
t i onur ess December s.
I MINISTER CONVICTED OF
i BIGAMY-WHITE SLAVERY
HAJUIBBUliG. Va , Nov. 24. B.
1 Edwards s Methodist minister,
was convicted Tuesday In federal
pottrt of bigamy and v llonof the
.Matin while slaVe n'-t and HintencSd
to four years Imprisonment In the
federal penitentiary at Atlanta.
HV i i r i i) and the father of
two children, eloped with Ruth Bailey
i( Htabntof). Va.i last AulfUSt; They
.! iat-;ed Ih Cineinnftti some tltne
Bdwardfl was arrested In T.oti-
Miss Bailey fleelared Edwards told
'r he had Obtained a dlvorre from
I SEIZURE OF ZEPPE! INS
HELD PLA N ROBBERY
STl'TTG A RTi Nov. :. If confls
ratlon of Zeppelin airships at Lake
ronstancre and Nordslern should be
permitted liy QermadV, the allies will
"undoubtedly claim the right to new
buildJhk rd uis and inventions thfpuirh
Which the Zeppelin concern has in
tended to promote vastly ih use of
airships for commercial purposes, "
This statement ts made in an article
printed In thi 6chwOslbshr KiirOr b)
i Dr Kckener. inc r.f ihe cohitrUflhSj
eukineei- employed by the Zeppelin
Mr. Bckener savagely attacks the
ROtiOp Of the allies in Helzln Zeppo
in machined, characterixUlg the tak
inf of these vessel as " jiakcjl 10b
bery." "The only purpose of such pro
cedure.'1 io adds, "is the entente
desire to Ret hold Ot the best prod-,
tu ts of German Skill and further n ip
ple Germany eeonomcally." v
I Special Thanksgiving day
program at the Cozy tomor
row. Open at 12 o'clock.
Chariie Chaplin in "A Day's
Pleasure": "A Son of the
North." Latest News and "The
Lost City." Admission 10c
BIG RELIEF PLAN
Eighi Organizations Join to
Relieve Suffering Europe's
CHlCAGOj Nov. 24. Format anj
nouncement of tho organisation of a
BSuropean relief oouncti, conipoiid ol
eiKbt American organsatlonii wai
made bj Herbert Hoover al ft din
nei last night. Continuation of Amer
ican support iu feeding the under-
noui Ished i" opiea ot Europe was urfed
li Mr Hoover, who will &Cl a chdlr
man of the oourtt ll. The illnner. ten
dered by Howard B, Jackson, former
ly vice president of Die iiWted
states Qraln corporation, was attend
ed bj 100 '"hicaKoaiiM.
The council consists of the Ameri
can relief administration. American
Red i i" . American flTlehdn Berries
committee (Quakers), Jewish joint
distribution committee, federal coun
cil !' ilie - bUM'bi.x of 'brlm. in Amei
Ica, Knights of t'olumbun. Y .M. C. A.
ami Y Y C. A
Thin council afler full invcsUpa
, Hon. hum decided that complete pH
I orlty should he Riven to American re
lief r UtlropS tO support . 300. 000
i hlldren, who havOi since the armls-
iiec;i dopendenl on American
charity until the ch Idrsn are secure
Over the winter," .Mr Hoover said.
Here is aii iuo in our foreign
relations which la neither race, jiollt-
ie ii, nor religion n li jiili the pn sei
vat ion of the iiey of children,
in Ri'Mtl vi e sin atio.v.
The war bus COllabSSO, among the
allien ShdV.Onemy', III IHI face of the;
Krrjitet famine In three hundred vear
lb the fir? ItaajS Ot famine the hu
Ififtfi Olllmflff t the food of their
eiit,ir and tnun un'dermifis the pro-
duotlon of milk Iu the second ftcR-1
the. consume i he ciiMlf themselves I
children of tHe while races are
dependenl upon eg tut for their very
SnCSi thui famine bears hardtst.
upOf ins Children.
"Today there are 3,.'.i)0.00(i wslfs
wflid liv i' virtue of the three thQUS-l
and asylumi, bospitals. clinicsi and t
ini'ins wheat dOerS should close but I
for American charity. At the tlmo of.
the armistice, Americans were carry-,
in the burden of 800.000 children in1
Belgium and 800000 In N'orl hern '
frarlce. This system was spread ovrrj
Plnlandi Ksthonla, Latvia, Lithuania,
Poland, Qennany, Austria, pzecho-Slo-vakla,
Serbia, liumanla, rlunsjarj and
lit RD1 .ltos LRM.
with the horvesta Of i9l9llnd 1920
and the gradual eonriinle reenpera
tlon. the burden bus jrrown ie.s and
tht harvest of nesji summer win xteat-
ly llftlit. n th- burden. It fs not a per-
petual chorgi bp American charlt) ft!
is an emergency demand, it win cost
121,000,000, about one dollar per
month per Child until the next har- j
wst. l-"or every American dollar
another dollai of local support is pro ,
v !d .J In e(iilrment and food, together I
with a van amount of voluntary snr-i
vice. We have hut to rupply them
with their deficient mill:. fafS, cloth
Ing nnd In some countries, bread, and'
they will guecaed without It. ihey fail, i
9IT I t . H T VOIjR.
To me it i n glOry to the United
Statei thai 1,400,000 hudfry waifs
should sit every day at our table. 1
would rather have the American flag
implanted In the hearts of rhc children
of Europe man flying over any ci
tadel of vjetoi .. Twenty yearifrdm
ion Mi-' v 111 form the basis of civil
isation of Kui ope jf we are to pre
serve the foundations of society in the
caat If we Are to keep open the love
Of humanity In the eeJt, our duty Is
'! la r be forn lis."
This is tin largest co-operative be
nevoienl organltatloti ever attempted
in the ijnlted Huti'H. The organiza'
tloos represented have come to ihe
movement unanimously, through ii.de.
pendentl formed oonOluilOn that no-i
thing buj prompt end unite. i notion tt
the shoi. American people can avert
Increasing tragedy for the helpless
children involved The organisations
forming the council Will organise their
representatives in every town and eom-!
munlty 0 the nation for th raising
of oesessary funds."
LADS ENTER TENT'
AND ARE OVERCOME
BY FUMIGATING GAS
v - i
T.9 AttdflLfcl CiL Nov ?4 !
Howard Matheson, four years
aldi and tltlly Mavbert, five,
"piayeo house" Tueiday in sfhsi
iriy thought wan tent near1 ttiu
ly'S home in Glsndele, hear here.
Howard crept iimler thM tent
r.Jlly waited to 'knoek at th
When Hlll niitereil Howard
was lying very sun Hilly tried io
carry his friend out. 1I cOUtd
not He grew dizzy. Mumbleil
; and erlefl out
NOlghbdrS hcnnl ihe pry, When
Hum arrived Howard was dead
and Llilly Was unconscious. Hilly
smis revived with a pulmotor.
'.Yhat the;. thOUght S lent wss
a Canvas, covering over an or- ,
nnge tree, filled with a gas for j
SEN. M'CORMICK TERMED
HARDING'S LEAGUE ENVOY
PAftlB Nov. J4 - United Stales Sen
atOT Medill Mci'ormlclc of Illinois, who:
sailed yesterday from New York for!
EUrOpe, It CfOSllng the Atlantic (o lavl
Senator Itardlng'e psonni views on
the league of notions ,eforf govern
mental chlefSi a.its a reporl from Cien
ea to the ICrilo lie Paris.
The dispatch states that the ob-
ee of genatoi Met ormlck'i trip to
ICuropo was dlsOUSSSd by delpgfttrs to
the Mseinbly of the league of nations
at Oenevu vestrrday
The first representative of our gov
ernment io board a vessel arriving
:Vom a foreign pot! is the health officer.
ii CLEAN T T 1 SHOWING OF
sanitary m JlTLxLIvXO JV uk p
FIREPROOF I Realart
SAFE I Vg UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE united Art'st
I LAST TIMES TODAY I
I Mae Murray and David Powell
I In George Fitzmaurices New Production . I
I "THE RIGHT TO LOVE "
I DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT I
TOMORROW - I
I Big Special Thanksgiving Day Program
j "y? . Jesse l- lay
I f.The Ladder
Jutk OP Lies
i 1 ' fe ADDED FEATURES I
1 Mi 111 Pathe WeeSdy-Screen Magazine I
j . lP T lMlOc-20c-30cjll
SHIPMENT OF MEDICINE
SAM PRAKCtfiKJO Hoy. J4. '"'Ng
Km in iisty thousand quarts of it.
Was ibelnred too u npalalahle an In
toxicant for any white man ami ivu
admitted as n medlelne for Chlnen
here by Rovernmenl order and Chlhn-
town was reeultantly happy today.
The shlpffl,ehl had been held up for
Reveral week on auapiolon it violated
(imendment Sightesn until an official
ruling: eould lie obtained from W'ash
Ingon N'S Ka r'' Is a cold eure medicine
Said to b popular among Ohlnene
It 1r credited svith wonderful eurex
among them for allmcnta rangrini?
from eore throat to tho blus The
lulled Htates bureau of technology
euid of if
ThlB preparation is an extract Of
Oiineao herbs and rooK which wo
are of th opinion ll of doubtful tnedl
elnaJ vaiUS, but on account of the
diSOgffSjSjOble tuatu and flavor is unfit
for uae as a beverage hy a member
of tho white race.
We are not prepared io state this
would be true of the Chinese.
HORSE IS ELECTROCUTED
WHILE NIBBLING AT TREE
STOCKTON'. Cal.. Xov 24 W hile
nibbling ot tiie foiiuKc of fruit tre
iii front of i iiouM.. srhioh M h "i
hutiled a load of coal, a horse be
longing to ;t local fue! eompan was
r le, troi ii 1 ol Tuesday.
The anlni.il. Standing on Sel
ground, shoved hi hi trail e into tht
leavr of ii tree. A wire running
through the branch' - Carrying energy
to the resldenee, lodged bnder ths ni-
Imal's tongue, .resulting in death.
pi uiMW OABDTOK Qi its
LIMA, 1'eru, Nov. 2i. The Peruvian
icabinet, headed by Premier Oecman
iLiSgUia Martlnoz resigned today 'No
reaaou for the ministry's resignation
a given, nor waa the text or tin lot
tor of resignation rnado public.
"Auction of Souls" at Rex
again today. Shows at 5, 7
and 9 p. m. See all the big
ispeciais for a dime. !
' ITALIAN SEAMEN WARNED
OF "DRY" LAW DANGERS
BCfiilJBi -'ov. JA Any pretext for
1 smuggling klcObOlIc drinUs Into Amer-
I lea of. allowing the soiling of "elan-
dstfiine emigrants" to thut country
' should ie dlsoountenonoed, d so tared
an appeal to the Italian merchant ma-
tine ih.sucd today by Heputy Oluleppl,
president of the Seamen's federation.
Me asMfted th' 1 lilted States gQVSm-l
tneni has adopted most BOVere meas
urs, including ihe blacklist: against!
those guilty of uoh offenses, and di
Glared thut ships breaking the Amet1-
can laWS may not be allowed to land
in that country,
HKLI AS UAMv HOillU lt
sioux city. in.. Nov. -M a man
whose name and address ero given
aa Fred O Holton, Portervllle, Cal.. '
employed on tho farm of ltoy Holfnun i
near Oto, la . was arrested last night ;
In connection the robbery of the i to
BtatS hank Monday. Kolman was ar
rested as hu accomplice Leo Mak.
cashier of the bank who was bound
and gugged, sab ho Identified the
man. The robbers gt $1,200.
GIRL TRIES TWICE TO
BOARD TRAIN; KILLED
IIAi'KKNSAt K. N. J.. Nov. 24.
Rescued by an unknown commuter as I
i . .i to bo ird a moving train ,
Tuesday at the North llackensnek sta
tion M Irian Walter, !4, made a second
a t tempt to climb abourd and Sa4
crushed to death. Rev. A. J. Walter.
herfather( witnessed the aeolgesii from
the porch of his home.
in her first attempt tho girl lost
bar balance and was saved by a man,
wio. drsggeq her to th platform, a
on nt later, In making i nother s i .
tempt to enter the moving train She!
fell and was (rushed between the oar
trucks and a concrete curb.
Eric Von Stroheim's "Blind
Husbands" at the Lyceum to
day. See all the big specials
for dime. Coming tomorrow
Tom Mix in "The Cyclone."
Open every day at 10:45 a. m.
No Fear Now I
oi Indigestion 1
9 A Host of Poople Seem to Thrive on
3 What Used to Provoke Indigeatlon
Before They Learned of Stu
j art's Dyspcps a Tablets H
when the stomacb becomes sour, jrltn H
'cassiness sni hi irtburn dui to Indlgw
H tlOti or dyspepsin relief m j bo hid bj
SI one or two Sluott'.M Dyspepaia Tablets,
BljOply ehSW thetn no ho? Mater not an"
5 ethr flller.x for i stoineeh perimps al
j i v ' , n rmiclt overcrow
j Tie i.iblei.s .i.pl to i In jtomneb th
elkalin" ffecl fhMM I" tSnal relieVea th"
I o rid condition The: Rise .-nntain
;.Hni ic itln to help digest the starchy
J foods such as rotatoes, nee, oatmeal,
whit" flour, etc. HI
let s in eent box of Stnnrl 'a DyspCpflta Mij
Tyblels, have thm on hand m all tlme.i K9
imrl thni hOve, no fCSr of IndigSatiOn or JRj
T i. fs i thai tbes4 tahietl N on jalc
nveryfrl in ths r 3. nnd Canada
thowa how geqereJU' recognised tb,ei arc asH
an nn ell'ieient aid when the dypp'-pH' 'M
otomiuh needs u little help AdvortlBC- gH
BIS EIITEIIS GET I
i KIDNEY TROUBLE j
j Jake Salts at First Sign of
Bladder Irritation or
I i The American men find women must
piiitrd consianll H.nainsi Kidney trou
lib., because wo oat too much and ail
our food is rich. Oui blood It flllft.1 f
Aiih Dric add which th. kidneys strive
10 filter tint, they Tfeakon from over
j work, become Sluggish , t he ollminut Ivh
tiHSttei Clng anil the result In kidney
j trouble, bladder weakness nnd a gen-
era! decline in health. , U
; Wlieu your kidneys feel like lump-,
lot lend, your back hurts or the urine
lie cloudy, full of sediment or you sr.- 'sVL
Obliged to seek relief two OT Ihree Lfli
times during the night; if you suffei ngsssl
With tick headache or dizzy, nervous 9
spells, at Id Stomach, or you has rheu , J
linatlsni when Ihe weather is bad, get msksbw
It mm your bharmnclKt about four
loOhoes of Jad Salts; take a table- iSasaBaf
spoonful in a glass of watr befor-- Ebssbm
'breakfast for a few days and your kid ILam
'neyn will then aol fine. This famous JliB
i-.ilis Is madi from iho acid of Krape" - vj
nnd lemon Juice, combined with lltbifl j
:nnd has been used for getieffttlonf to V-
Iflusjl and stimulate eloggcrl kidneys taLssB
Li neutralize the fcdldfl in the urine so LjbssssI
11 no longer is a source of irritation iSjbsbI
.thus ending bladder disorders. 1
.lad S;i 1 1 h is InetbenslTO; cannot in
Jure makes s d4Ughtfdl effervescent
llthla-waler beverage, nnd belongs in LLissal
every bomOi because nobody can moke ELsT
.a roisiHke by having a good kldm Hssssii
flushing any lime. Advertisement. Ljbbbh!
to mm hi I
APPLY SAGE TEA 1
Look Young! Bring Back Its
Natural Color, Gloss and
Common garden sage brewed info t
; heavy tea, with sulphur ndded, will BftsiaasSl
I turn gray, streaked and laded halt oo
j ne.iijtifully dark and luxuriant. Just ryfeffi
a few snpiicatlons will proe a revels
lion if your hair is fading, Streaked or
gray Mixing the Sage Tea nnd sui
phur recipe .n home, iliough. is trou
iblesome An easier way is io get a BatSBBsnt'
bottle of Wyeth'a Sage ;md suiphut
ompound at aav drug store, all reach
for use This is ihe old fashioned fl
re( ipe improed b: the addition of
other ngi sdleni j
While wispy, gray, facb d hair IS not
linfol, we all desire to retain our
j'OUthftll appeiirance and attractive
less , D darkening V'OUr hair with
Wyeth'a X;i:- and Sulphur Compound:
no one run tell, because it dues it SO
QgtUrally, so evenl) You just dampen
;i Bponge in BOfl brush with ll and
'draw this through your hair, taking
on" small strand at a time; by morn
' '"g H ta.. hairs hae disappeared
;nnd all', another application or two
I your hair becomes beautifully dark. JbsbW
Jglossy. soft and luxuriant Advertise' iBsssKt
Catarrh Will Go fl
Help Comes in Two Minutes Com
plete Relief In a Few Weeks.
gapt .go on liuwklnR xonrnelf Hck WMMKl
vaiy ins fa crusl Om haVm.,i
nd It's unn,,,,,,,, hunnfful HLfe
it aftei breathin's Hyomei, the won
derweiker. oU ire not rid or ,n
Urrh oo ,n have your money bark
.no stomach dosing jusi taks the Vittie
''f'1 ftwhel Inhaler that oornaa
with ..oi, , lullli and por into it 1 w
?If.4 ot "' Breatha It aceOrdlna
, aireetloru In I mutes ,,' S'Ji. I I
leVS roil qj that Stuffed tin rselini t-L iBffi1.'
U dai ) and in a few sVaKsroushouT5 Efe,
b entirely tio from catarrh " MIOU1,1
MrenthlnK Myoinel la u erv Dlrr,
and pertain era) io kin sal ,r, i, rp 'n .
. ,' Hyomal rtt today? Tt'a'aom
rtrtiacUtrt evei vwhoro will,
ouTeWy and isMynd 5.ffihlntet! ""'
coughs, cold., .or., threat ing hro. h ' PU--I
Tnr Co, pan upnl; j
Ends indfeestton J
or moX bck r ! 9ttnach disea