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I - STATE AND IDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem Stat
I CARE URGED 11
Possibility of Contagious
Disease Growing Says
SALT LAKE. Nov 24. Unless clti
tens observe precaution n nri conform
to the health laws, there is lancer of
contagious disease bccmlnp prevaltol
to an alarming rxtent accord ng to thl
declaration of stale and city uealth'of-
ficials. Dr. T. B Boatty. stnt health
commissioner predicts r.n rplthnii' of
smallpox throughout ihe stati unlesfl
extreme measures are exercised with
out delav and the people of all commu
nities respond io ihe supcestions of
physicians and health officiate
Dr. Willard Christopherson, city
health commissioner, aayi thl I Ml 1 I
deinic of measles exists in Salt Lake,
and intimates that unless Mrid ohed
incc is Riven to the quarantine regu
lations, the epidemic will become ac
Dr. Beattv says that smallpox has
continued with unusml in - m in
' the summer months in many parts of
the state, and that in accord
the peculiarities of the disease, which
reaches Us peak In cold weather, the
summer epidemic will be followed bs
an alarming spread during ihe wlntt r
He declares that vaccination is the
onlv scientific and certain preventive
The disease, he says has appeared in
manv comniunii les, and there Is real i n
to believe that it will spread 10 oft" I
State and county boards of health
are co-operating in an effort to combat
I -. the maladv. and are administering vac
cine to numerous applicants Dr
Beatty is urging all health otiicers t..i
supply the accine without charge, as
a measure to ward off further devi lop
Si MAY ESTABLISH CHAPTER
OF AMERICAN ARCHITECTS
g$flj SALT LAKE. Nov. 24 Prelimim-rj
nmUm steps toward establishing of a chap
is l!3L ,er ot ,no American Institute of Archi
fFflBljP tects were taken Inst night by mem-
HF bera of that profession from Ogden
WBZ and Salt Lake- wn0 mot at lh0 I!olel ;
BHh Utah last night The association pro ;
SmH posed would include thoseof Utah and
IgaflB Svlvian Bchnalttacher of San FraJtv
Bjguffi cl6C0. Burton E Morse of Twin PaUs
HE Idaho, and Charles H. Allien of Scat-'
3SH tie. all members of the national 01
iatBB laatiqn, were present to explain the
ijM9H purposes and history 61 thai body. The
fljS&gHH following Salt Lake architects attend ;
HH ed the meeting Lewis T. Cannon
3 John Fetzer. Miles Miller. E A. Woo!
lev, Clifford Evans, Hyrum Pope, Haft
'-ifiV old Burton. W. E Ware. A. O TregSnij
Rt&lH nd IL K. Kletting Leslie Hode
mBl son, M. A. McClennahan and Bbcr W"f
I Piers of fgden were also prest
EIGHT DEMOCRATS IN
BOISE. Idaho. Nov. 24. Eight of
members of both Idaho houses will
represent the Democratic party at Ihe
next legislature, according to ol
returns from 44 counties. Five sena-,
tors and three representatives were;
chosen among the Democrats candi-
dates. It is reported.
W. Scott Hall of Malad. has been
mentioned for speaker of the next
house of representatives.
SANDERS ON STAND ALL
DAY IN SUGAR HEARING
SALT LAKE. Nov. 2i Hearing: of
'the federal trade commission in tni
'case against the Utah-Idaho Bugarl
company an. I others continued yester-j
day with George E. Saunders In the,
witness chulr all day.
. Judg. Straup conducted the cross ex
amination, to which frequent objec
tions were made by H W. Beers, for1
j the commission The purpose of the
examination seems to be to draw from
Mr. Saunders Information regarding
financial tranactions in which he was
j concerned as an officer ot the L'tah-.
Oregon Sugar company.
MORE UTAH LAND TO BE
OPENED FOR HOMESTEAD
SALT LAKE, Nov. 2-1 Approxi-j
mately 4 15.000 acres of Utah land will,
he thrown open for entry as the result
of action bj congress providing for
entry on public lands nn sites where'
it does not interfere With the do-j
velopment of power, according to In
formation received In Baft 1-aUe from!
. C. Merrill, secretary of the water
I power commission
t'ntii a survey Is made, the exact1
:ir i of the land to be thrown open,
Will not be known, exactly, It Is re-i
FORMER SOLDIER KILLED
IN POCATELLO YARDS
J' CATELL , Idaho. Nov. 2 4 Will
iam Frazrc, .'4 pears old. a brake
man on the Oregon ShOrt Line rail
road, met death yesterday afternoon,
when he fell from ihe top of a car
and Was run over., The cur was he-trig
switched when tho accident occurred.
His body was cut nearlv In two. He
had been an employe for the comp:ni
for the past five months. 1'razec was
single and had relatives living at Col
imiiiu.s. Kan:-.i He served with the!
tilth engineers in France for twenty-three-
RECORD GRAIN CROP
GROWN NEAR DELTA
DELTA. Nov. 24. I. W. letwcl
lcr of the Marshall project, fifteen J
miles south of this city, had one of
the largest grain crops grown in this,
Mr. Dctwellcr has just completed!
threshing ol loOO bushels of wheat
and barley, grown upon 300 acres ofj
new land, which was cleared and put.
under cultivation In August last lear
He will store 3000 bushels of grain and;
ship the remainder, to flour mills In
RECORD GRAIN CROP
I SHALL PROJECT
DELTA, Nov. 24 The local farm j
bureau Is receiving encouraging re
ports from farmers' organizations In
the east regarding the price of alfalfa
seed and th.- officers In charge here!
believe thai thej will be able to mar
kt the bulk of their seed grown In
this community direct (o farmers at aj
satisfactory price. The seed Lb now
being threshed but far no market
price has bu n eslHiJlished.
BEET CROP FM.I.S siSOUT.
DELTA, Nov 24, Favorable weath
er during the past few weeks has en-'
ablcd the farmers to harvest their beet
crop rapidly and now practically all
the beets are out Of He- ground and in
a short while will bo delivered to the
factory. The beet crop in many sec
tions fell short of estimates made
eat Her in the season, a'ul the total
production in this community will not
be more than 70,000 tons.
PI tSTMASTJERS' I X A M I N ATION S.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2-1. Civil ser
vice examinations will be held De
cember 2 1 to fill (he post mastership;
at Gillette, Wyo., and Salmon, Idaho,
.each paying S2S00 per annum.
STATE ELECTION I
Canvassers Complete Work
With Exception of Single
s Ir ,AKE. Nov 24 With the ex-
caption of one county, the board of
BtKte canvassers has completed Its j
work of compiling lection returns
through...:' I'tah- Th- exception ,
Ktch countv in the First Judicial dis
trict and which also forms a portion o.
the Third senatorial district. The coun
ty . !erk Of Rich county has neglected j
10 send In the official returns for state,
senator or for the judicial ticket, It
3 said In neither case will tho Rich
county vote do more than increase the
majorities of the men declared elected.'
The results have already been fully
forecast in the unofficial and semloffi-
clal returns The only Democrat elect
ed out of all the names canvassed by
i he state board was Judge George,
Chrlsiensen. In llie Seventh Judicial'
.iMnct, comprising Sanpete, Carbon,
Emery Grand and .n Juan counties.
Judge Chrlntenscn showed ureal
Strength In 'he counties east of the
range, and thus offset the majority
given to his opponent, Dllworth Wool
lev, of Mahtl in the lattcr's home coun
r It Is possible that an official re
count will be asked on this election.
Inasmuch as the official returns now
show thai .ludc-e hristensens' majori
ty is twenty-one.
It was discovered that B copyist'! er
ror had greatly increased the vote for
I the Socialist candidate for attorney
general oer the actual vote given in
Weber county The Socialist vote In
Ogden for this office was added up ;i"
! 806, but the tail of a "7" was car
ried down from the line above, with
the result that the city total was ear
Irled Into the county total as "30G1"
The Ogden Socialist vote of this office
Was therefore reported -lo"' more than
n itually was. This was corrected by
ih. board of state canvassers as was
the vote on the amendments in Cache
ounty, where another copyist's error
lien- is how the counties of the state
voted for president
County Dcm. Rep. Soc. F-L
Heaver 1,056 25 l
Boxelder . . 2.880 3.421 85 86
Cache . . f.,063 53 42
Carbon . . 1,569 1.075 102 22 1
Daggett .... 32 94 2
Pavls 16S2 ,3,463 19 SI
Duehcsne S22 1.521 4S 7!
Emery .. .. 1.029 1.285 08 16
Garfield . l911 K0I8 9 0
Crand -78 306 S r,
Iron 561 l.'l) 4S
Juab 1.30S 1.692 115 A
Kane 1S6 501 2 1
Millard .... 1,167 2.t?9 126 23
Morgan . . . :;?7 544 2 2
Piute . . . -I B8 13
Rich 322 4V.I
Salt Lake lj'.2i:i 27.84 1 1.4 2,800
Sail Juan . 260 523 23 1
Sanpete . . . 2,406 3.74 1 I 11
Sevier ... 1.425 2. "00 8o 82
Summit. ... 874 l r.o.". 69 68
Tooele .. .. 916 1.387 . 108H
Uintah .... S1 7 1.364 62 6
Utah C.377 7.752 272 131
Wasatch ... 661 1.061 io 2
Washington 1.00S 1.138 7 8
Wayne 224 306 14
Wrl.vr ... 5,23'J 7,122 359 1.325
totals.. ..56.0-39 R1.555 3.1 59 4.17 '
The figures above -iv.- the (ie iiij
each county for the pn si fentlal eiec-l
tor who stood highest on hii ticket in
tlie state total.
The slate totals for each candidate
named In 'he ballots are ax follows
I 1 PllESDJKN ri 1L 1 LECTORS
Democrats Daisy Allen, 56.t39;
Manila'.:. Harne- 56.t:ft1 . I". K Iloff-:
man. 50.435; William Edwards 56548.1
Rspubltcs ns J. llov.a.-.i Oarrett.l
81,556; Margaret L Jadd. 81.343.
Warren U Watt la, 81,868; J. A. Mel
ville Jr.. 81.322.
Socialists Ole Allison. 1159; Lois'
N. Parsons; B14B; Stanley Torsak, 3.
145; Mary Shelton 3143.
Farmer-Iabor W. H. Schock. 4 4 75;
Elizabeth A. Donahue, 4 43 7: Robert J.
Dixon, -I4.V C T. Martin, 4 4:7
I ok UNITED SI vii S SI S kTOB
! Milton 1 1 Welling 1 1' 1. :..;.:so;
I Reed Smoot (R.), 82.566. Alex BeVSUI
(S.). 3995; Alex Bevan (F-L.), 3017.
Dallas, Texas, Sunday.
DEAR OLD BOY PETE!
;tli;Mffi This corner of the U. S. mainland is so wonderful
ffljgBraB 'n ts bigness and bustle I guess I go mouth wide
MH open and eyes staring! Why, Pete, Texans don't
rffflfflffl talk in miles it doesn't mean anything! They'll
I tell you that this place, or that, is an all-day trip, or
two doys and a night distant, etc. And, old yard- 1 1
stick, you've got the feet, just let it sink in deep 4v
that Texas is not only over 800 miles wide but it is J? ' 7
our fifth state in population! jMD.''
Heard a bird in the Adolphus Hotel say that when " jfft (
he comes off the west border he figures he's close xi-n )
home to Baltimore when he's across the Lone rTO t )
Star State! Talk about " jumps" ! Try a few, s
say the one between Texarkana and El Paso! . rS
Bk Pete, everything grows big down here businessy X
as well as folks' hearts ! I like the way they never $
tquBlE forget! Here I was walking on Main Street yester- N. )
&&' J i " ilU J day when as fine a type of man as ever wore one of
J rca,rr; S those broad Texas smiles came up to me. "How
( of .i1 y are you. lieutenant?" says he. "Maybe you'll call
V r-, 0 i back that day at Camp Dick when I brought over
I S&&istS that bunch of Camel Cigarettes for the boys," he
C' continued. Right then a Camel conference opened !
Golly. Pete, this party coins Camel compliments
TB Ji faster than the mint makes money ! "Lieutenant,"
D j j-r says he, "I know when I'm 'set' ! I've smoked ciga-
J uS3 rettes for fivc yCJr''' (N0W LISTEN. PETER!)
p JBTv I know Cam nd T know their marvellous mild,
i J mellow body 1 refreshing flavor and wonderful
4r' Turkish and Domestic blend' A million C 1
I wouldn't tire a smoker's taste!" Now, Pete, I'll
say that's iomc testifying!
P S Between you and me I'll be r.az'ng AN
at tall buildings and things around 43d and L-
K4 Broadway N-E-W Y-O-R-K ubout the VJVVjLjL I
l,f hour this note hits Boston's Back Bay!
Write me at the same old stand! 1
thought were very nice J j B1 i
things to eat on Thanks- CAocolcrfds Jjm
"But I just know you never could P J
have dreamed of so wonderful a 'jjj J
Be sure to have at least one or two of I
j I the ten delicious varieties of Roof Gar- j
j ! j t den Chocolates on hand
4 iSS for Thanksgiving I
Totnl for Bevan, 1012; pluarallty for
Smoot, 20.286; majority fur Smoot. 19,
274. l"K CONGRESS FROM I Lit SI
UTAH DISTRH 1
James T . Funk (U. ). 2 7.9.7 4 , Don B.
Colton il: '. 11,749; John 0 Watters
(S i. 1710; John 11 Walters l'-L.).
Total for Watters, 30S0. plurality
for Collon. 13,775; maJorlt for Colion.
1 11 r.'if,.
FOR I ONGRESSM N I ROM 1 HJ
-l ( )M I f Ml DISTRK I
M ithonlhah Thomas il.. B8.2Q1; B,
". Leatherwod (R.), 39.23R, C- J
Btoney, tS. . 1C9C. Marvin P. Bales.
( F. - L ) , 2137.
Plurality for Lcatherwood. 1 1.034.
majority for I.e-athcrwood, 6901.
FOR . BRNOR ol UTAH
T N. Taylor (D. ). 64,913; Charles
R. Mabey (It ), 83. .".18; K. B. Locks
(S. ). 2 S 4 3 ; Georgo Crosby (F.-L.),
Plurality for Mabey, 28.605; majori
ty for Mabey, 23.4C2.
FORJUDG1 or THE SITREME
Harol.l M. Stephens (D.), 67.412,
Joseph E. Frick (R.). H,it4
majority for Frlck. 24,162.
1 ill SEI itt 1 in I l STATE
Elbert 1"). Thomas ( D ) , 56,709; H.
E, Crockett (R.) 81.071; B. A. Lat
rehce (8.), 2933, W. E. Hubbard
F -JLi.), 4340.
Plurality for Crockett. 24.364; ma
jority for "Crockett. 17.091.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
Stewart P. Dobbs ( D. ) , 66,511; Har
vey 11. Cluff K), SI. 460; Lawrence
McQlvern tS ). 2977, it. Ullray (F.-L-.j
4 3 2.'.
Plurality for Cluff. 24.849; majorlf.
for Cluff. 17.697.
FOR 8TAT1 TRE VSURER
;orc- M. Whltmorn tT). 57.0:1.
WD . Sutton (It.), 80.77C; Sol J Bel
vln (S. ). 2938. Parker B. Cady (P--L.),
4398; plurality for Sutton. 23.763; ma
jority for Sutton, lfi.4 1 7.
INUt ST TK AVDITOR
Danle O. Larson (D ). 66.405; Mark
Tuttle (R.), 80,980; W. B. Murphy
(8.), 3421: J. H. Magdlel (F.-L.
4310; plurality for Tuttle. 24,416, ma
jority for Tuttle. 10,684
FOR ST 1TE st PERI n I IM'KNT OF
PI ULH INSTRUCT 1N
L J- Mulr (D.) 57,539. Georpe
Thomns (R.), 80.1 63, Knnnle Selvln
(S . 2897, Mamio A Eiv)ldalek
(F.-Im), 4 : 1 s . plurality for Thomas.
22,624; majority for Thomas 15.400
( 1 N !- I 11 I Tlo i. AMENDMENTS
yucstion No. 1 (city charters I, ye,
22 757; no, 27,65, majority affalnst.
Question No 2. ( state support of
schoolsi. yes, 43.r.52. no. ni.210, ma
jority for. 1 2.342.
Question No 3 .tn.te ilcbt limit. cs
ir.,142. no 33,417; majority affafjiat,
Question No. 4 (right of action In
fatal Injury cues), yea, 20.2SS; no, 24,-
819; majority for. 1469.
THE JUDICIAL VOl 1
l.,r in;.-. Sc. ..nd district, Alfred W.
Ages ID-) 857 7; Arthur K. Pratt (D.),
S40 4. J. A. Howell R ). 9134; J N .
Kimball (K., 9501, majority for How
ell, 567; majority for Kimball. 984
For district attorney, Second district,
Thomas .1 Muglnnls (D. 1. 7153: J B
Bvana u . 10. .,44, majority tot
Evans, .'3 91.
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BOI81 11 IS Mi M MV riME.
BOISE, Idaho. Nov. 2 1 Mountain
tine was designated as the standard
, time for Boise by the unanimous pass
ape of an ordinance by the city coun
cil at Its meeting- this afternoon, so
1 specifying and making the change
I from the present Pacific nine cn Into
j effect at midnight on Saturday, De
SMALL BANK CLOSED.
BOSTON, Nov. 23 Joseph Knowal
'and Company inc.. doing n small
banking business in the North End,
I and Soulh Boston districts, was or-
! dered by Bank C ommissioner Joseph
C Allen Monday t suspend acceptance
! of deposits. The commissioner c harged
the company was doing business with
out a license required by law
POLK EM n VCC1 SED
OAKLAND. Cal., Nov. 23 Two
Oakland policemen are facing charges
as a result of their alleged dealing
In liquor without proper permit, it wis
announced today. One of the men
'manufactured and the other sold the
I liquor. F. F. Morse city commissioner
:of public health and safety, wild. Their
I names were not made public.
il UTA l l LRKNESS j
DELTA. Nov. 22. Delta was with-
out electric power and light ail day H
jyeaterdao md until far into the night. H
As a result the town was in utter H
darkness for quite a while. The local 4ft I
I picture show was badly handicapped. H
It has an independent plant but lh.it H
also was out of commission last night. H
1 1 m i; 1, BOH OFFICI ls
LONDON, Nov. 23 A public fu
lner.il will be held In London for the H
fourteen British officials as$asinsct
j ed In Dublin Sunday morning. It was
announced today H
H. ViriV l" -'jUlll WM I MSjfjjsjsjsajsjsjBjj
Another RoyaJ Suggestion
BISCUITS, BUNS and ROLLS I
From the.NEW ROYAL COOK BOOIC
BTCr-T'TT I UfU Af 1 thick on flonrrd bonr'l; brush
IM-L 11. W nal ac- wlth miMtui uHvr BPrinkl with
lltht this WOrd Ug- nuar, clonamon and raisin.
c - U,, m Roll for Jolly roll, cut in'o
I gests. So tender they fairh inch , with cut
melt in the mouth, .Itld Ot edges up on well-greased pan;
I u l-.:., fl,, .11 eprlr.kle with a IitU stutar and
such .glorious flavor that cinnamon, ruk in rnodrta
the appetite is never satis- ...r. n N to 36 minutes; remore
hed. These are the kind of from pan at oncc"
biscuite anyone can make Parkcr Hqusc Rolla .
with Royal Baking Powder
I and these unusual recipes. J ggSSS
sjjjjjjav SBhSK. AWfftk R! I teaipoona Royal Baklna;
Biscuits nafliVil 1 SUblpeJon..horte..
1 caps flour BIbbWh J0 vS flTVU S iMicupsxuiik
4 lTol;Tr8 RoyRl Bak,n' B $ Mklaa
faspoon ealt nl " vmemtim toJfrlncr Ajj nv'.tcJ ?liort-
2 tablespoons nhortenlnfc rnln to milk aud add llowly to
cup milk or half milk and rj iDrlifnti atlrrlniir until
htklf water A gfT tisW amootl. Knead llRbtly on floured
Sift together flour, baklnff row- LTa L M JBJ W "W" board an3 roll out inch thick,
drr and .alt, odd shortening and lfTIafli X l Cut with hlecalt cutter. Creaso
nib In very lightly, add liquid acli Circle wl'h hack of knife
oloifly; roll or pat on floured ono ald-e of center. Butter the
board to about ono Inch in v, SJBf w 7 in small section and fold larger H
., ,:ness (handle as llttlo m QSJ9fllBA H B-l WWM part well over the small Place
ti Hxlbl-I -ut with biscuit cutter ET ti W W Sf H if Si 1 , no 'n'',l apart .n ffTeased rn
Dako In hot oven 15 to 20 min- M. J? w w JBUr AJAvi Allow to stand 15 minutes In
1 utoa. worm pliier Brush each with
melted bntt-r and half In mode-
Royal Cinnamon Buna AbSOlutBly PurO rte ovea 16 t0 20 mlnutoi-
J1. cnp flour p ' 1
1 teaapoon salt
4 teaapoona Itoyal Baklnr FREjL
2 tablespoons shortening Write TODAY for the w
1 tf Hoyal Cook Book, con-
cup water taJrn 400 other reclpcvs lust
4 rup u:ax nn dellKhtful aa theso will
t teaxpoonn cinnamon w chow jrou how to add inter-
4 tAblespoons seeded rnls'ns ejt and variety to your
Sift 3 Ublejrpoona of meosured ROYAL B KITfC. POWDEK CO.
du;ar with dour, salt and bak- . JLS yvloa strct
lnr powder; rub ehortonlnK 1n Kcw TrW OU
Hjchtly odd beaten ok to water
and add ulowly. Roll out H Inch I 1 '
"Bake with Royal and be Sure" I
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