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M STATE "AND IDAHO NEWS
EmB Latest Items of Interest From UUb nnd G- 3tVs
Unique Scheme to Be Aired
In Salt Lake City
HALT UUUi Nor. SO. One of th
most, irr fraud In cot nfi with
ins Illicit Mir of liquor th' hss roina
to th attention -.f ..-al a-.b' ntira trill
SO .. . I l.eforr (t) JU(1C ll-nn "
lAit4. Within the next two or three
IJIO. Larv i lr bllTd '" hie rol-
Itrd a total of mre thnn 11000
flflBjl through hit tchemf
BBJ Larson's tame is tfe rlbed by Attor-
HflflJJ ncj Roberts a follows Ucon wouM
HBBJ llquof in his thai he w snx-
s I '
:'u:r S'tSs 1
BBBJ ton (hi he ranted n hie coiir. n I
BBl from hit friend with whlrli in pnr-
H chase the com plat stock nd thera di-
BBBJ i UN accordingly.
BBBjB and thin Larson would rail for 'he'
BBBl rlctlm" In an automobile Tbsj nidd'
HHflJ up and gef tha L.pior.
BflBj Larson, ono witness said, fsiied to
BHfl had "framed" on him, ano dial theyj
fif ' house, overpowered him j
BB 3eald s Sorenson, four wltnssaea
flBfl to testify at thi praiimlnari hearing,
BBfl according to Attorney Kobrr:
H Pioneer Merchant
H of Brigliam Dies
B BIUQHAM CITT, Nor. JO. Wlll-
flBfl Ism Horsley. pioneer merchant and
flBfl one of Brlgham a bst known elttsens
BBfl dlad ut hla bono- In tha flrat ward. last
BBfl VTWnlOJf, death resulting from compll-l
1- rations Incident to oM age .
Mr Horsl . n t horn at Sohsm.
'mbrldgesh;re. Kneland, November I
CO. Il4f, His mother became a rnr
vi l to tha L. D. S. church In tHr aar
of 1847, and was Immediately oast,
, i out by her family, includlne tha hu.t-
" band and pa rent a. and disinherit d
H " ,r 1,or!l,,?'' Ihon r. wars of age. left
home With hla mother, and the two'
I -f sufficient mcsni tops;
o America. i n .vi.rll 12. leS.. M
Horsley parted with hta mother and
V left Liverpool for Sail Lake, ul,:i he
arrived on September J3. after an
vntful trip ocrou the occin and
then acrnra the
BBl Mr. Jloraley rams to Tlin-e Mile
treek, now Perry, In 18L and lramM
dlately went luck to the Mltaourk r.-;
er with an ox-team company to Aaalali
' , -
Alarrh !. IB;, and flvs awna, and tnraa
daiiKhiers were .rrn to them. One aon
BBl and one daiiRhti-r nr- de n1. The fam-
BBJ " have resided ln this city alnce !
BBJ Mr. Horaley haa filled two mlatlona!
BBJ tn kneland. the first In 1K84-8C. and'
BBJ 'ho laat 1-..00-:' Me waa made a pal '
March In lh- lloxelder utaka on Au
eunt 28, 19U. n which church caps-
BVJ I !ty he v, JJt srrv'ne at the time of
BBJ Mr. Hontoy became associated with
1he Coop atoro In this city In the early
80s and remained with that Institu-j
Ji Kunlsed. which corporation Included
firm Is still dolne a general mercantile
J lam Clements. John H . Clarenc- R '
BBj Krneat P.. and lionise Horsle, a cf
BBJ H Jlk'' There nre B,0 twantyl
BB1 KrandchlMrrn and three ereat-erand-1
BBJ Funeral servloea will be held In the
BBf f, nln5..1 .: 0', lr,ck. under the dlrsc !
BBI ion ! ' BBOp Oeorre V. Catkins of
J 'ho I' li st ward.
HH FUNERAL HELD FOR
:1 BOX ELDER STOCKMAN
1 KU CITY
BJ funersl of Oeoree l'arsons. who died;
J Katurday mornine. s ta liel-l at the'
BJ Third ward chapel yesterday after-!
BBJ l OOtl. under the dlrsction of Bishop
BJ II- VV. Valentine.
BBJ Mr. Parsons was a stockman and I
rancher, ownlne a larec isnch near!
J Terrace. Thrc- nn, four daughters
BJ of srndchlldren a
- i . e hlfn.
M'l Ml ( IXE ISO. K."
Mrs. Ohas Rule. New niegins. Wis...
- writes: "Your medicine Is Q K. I
think Kole' Honay nnd Tar Is the'
Lest for couehs. I think our mdj.
Is nil you say it la. I knew I ,
would necr he without If. Von mav I
use rnv najn.' Kolev's Konev .-, r .1 TirJ
Hi aria quickly, ehocka couehs, colds andi
1 rroup. t uts th,- phlvem. -i"
JJ saees and nllavs Irritation. It Stops I
J slosp-dltt lrbina; cougiiiag at nlfhLi
Hl Children like it. Contains no of I
H Co)d err; where Adv. j
W. P. EHBIHEEH
H. C. Mixon Succumbs After
Gasoline Speeders Crash
HALT LAKK. N H C Mat-
en rtt Klko. Nev.. dlvltlon enelneer
of the v. e!rn Psd.V sllroad waa
f .talU I " Mi. I r,,,,i KllK'-re. ol
Halt Ijkf, roedmaarrr of the railroad,
'received painful injuries at the result
engineer In harge of the Wendover
tsta road. Is .u.i to I IVS ieen opera t
The srcldent happened yesterday sf
1'rnonn heween 5 and oVIork at
BaMare, Mr. Clrkcl'i machine wat
mmlni e.tt whll- Ihr machine OCC-Si-pled
hv tbf iw.y itlma waa travelline
wan. Kecaue sf larkn-ii. ihe men
op the m.' lap i not rrc kChj
oihr Mr Cirkel Jumped and avoided
Th- accident was reported at Wend
over and within fifteen minutes a i
rue train had reached the ac MM of ihe
acridenl -Mr. Maxon dle, en rou'e to
Mr Kilror removed to the BLj
Marks hospital lilt Injtlriss, It It re
ported, are not aerloua.
UTAH FISCAL EAR
BROUGHT TO CLOSE
SALT I.AKF!, Nov. 30. Today thei
I fiscal year of the slate of t'tah comes1
'to an end. In order to facilitate the
arduous task of Itsuloe promptly the
IrcpCTta" for the atatc'a financial year, i
recelpia were closed yesterday, while
ittije of warrants w.it toj.p--l last Sit-'
uiday. rlburtemr m.t for tho ataie for
jNovemher totalled $'i 1,902.7'.', ar
eerdine to a report pref.ired hy J. T-1
Mldeleyr rhlef deputj' to Jn.eph rtlrle,
j a aadltcr, last nieht.
(if this amount fll9.C54.48 wnsl
from the ee u-rai fund of the state for
miscellaneous purpoar-. Including sal
irii. wlin h '.Terr I -lid hy the State
early this moi;th t. enahU- the state
employes to celebrate ThankpBrlvlnr:
Kxpenditure for roada were the!
main Item of tho month, warruntf
ha Ine heen issued by the auditor to
tillne $-t42. 32b. 84. Tha University uf
Ctah drew on Its malnten.i nee account!
to the extent of $20,7.0 28. and the
Utah Aerlcultral collesro obtained $11.
29.4i f:r malnli nance. There was
spent from the state district school
tund 1 4 43. IS and from the s.
school fund 9116.26. Administration of
the motor vehicle reeit rutien fund
paid $737 41. and from the sLitc fish
and fume fund, 7..H .76 These last
two fundt Arf ipeclal, or" being main
tained hv a tax on livestock and the I
other for flt)i and rame lleeriset.
i 'ithursenientrt nit properly ejipen
dlturet wcie made from th state!
school land grant principal fund of
146,064.61 and from the reform school
land erant principal cf j:0.
FOR FLYING FIELDS
KKN'O. Nov.. Nov. 30. Powerful
search lights will be Installed nt land-l
lug fields of the aerial mall route so j
thut night avuiMs itll base no diffi
culty In making a luCCCMful landing,
'i his announcemsnt followed a confer J
enre between Co)or(- Joh i A Jordon.I
arilal mall service director, and Held
managers, from four division points.
Dssie features of the Innovation will bs
woihe.1 out at i-Un Pranclsco.
The plan It to ei;ulp the fields wlthl
tear, h lights whh h will illuminate a I
lar?" spa.e so tha! the aviators will
experience no difficulty in making a;
landing at night.
Consulting with Polonel Jordan were'
John Manford. chief mechanic of ihe
division. A. .'. Nelson, field rnnnuger
at Belt Lake 421ty; Captain Ou C I i
well, fiaid manager st San PI tnola
K M. Barber, field manager at Klko
Major Tomllson. local field manacer
and liernard I Mem, chief clerk to
BRIDGE TO SPAN RIVER
AND REPLACE FERRY
BUBJUfldaho, Nov. 20. Construe-1
tlon work on tlif wsley ferrv bridge. I
WOSl of hare Is pro;jrest1iK rapidly, a!
fen a of twenty-five men son engag
ad in erecting the false work in prep.
aratlon for the main strii'ture.
The bridge, when completed, will'
cross the Snnke river and will be one
of the largest spans In the state.
Steel for the reinforcing of concrete
is on the feroiin.ls an 1 slv! for (-,.
bridge proper, is beginning tq arrive
at the mills
The distance from the abiittinent
to the piers in feet, while ih ,
oanUIever span Is 2H feet long.
Tho bridge Is eighteen feet win
within the guard rails and will . up
i",f -1 H. weight of twenty tons. '
it is expected thai the brlolge win'
be completed l March.
SHOT BY PRISONER
WINKBMUOCA, N'ev . Nov. 20.
catt flniler. constable at Gerlach. was
shot In the thigh hv Manuel Mernan
,de2. s Mexican, he was arresting.
I Butler had arrested the man and1
had handcuffed him He then start-'
led to search ihe man's grip. The i
'rrisonar apparently bad a revolvei
(hidden in hn KleCVe. for be fired atl
Butler. Several men s iz,-,i the pris
iener and prevented him from uing
hla revolver, lie t.s thought to bava
robbed n section house at Oerlach and
jwas boarding a passenger irain ..f
iJungo when arrested
Butler area removed to Wlnnemucca
I MlCAN-MA1D BREAD
mf -J-M'! II I H 1I6jP tlffiTrT WBa
ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER
I U. S. Government Army and , I
Navy and Commercial Goods I
c M Army and Navy surplus salvage and war material at
j "'Vi ak W iLg extremely low prices. Everything for tha farmer, tcanuvter.
ij, gggjam lf'?J laborer, contractors and campers. Sale to continue daily until
'i JL eBL eflggggBl aJLaggfat Ur S"Pplie 9X9 xbnstcd- j
fWf a'e ontnue nt'' Entire Stocks Are Exhausted
XyJ0O9tlA av Notc C5e prices less than original cost to the government. Come in and get your share of the values purchased with your
' W"E HAVE LED IN REDUCING THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
yf&tW Zl You can buy the,t floods a. pr.ces less than you paid In 1014 We ar iellmg them for less than the U. S. Government paid for them
Tj6SgaWWBg4ys$lrW ' Remembar the Army and Navy bought nothing but the best. That is what you get from us the best BJ
I :Wm U.S. GOVERNMENT BLANKETS I
j H Quality the best and none superior. Each and every blanket carries our guarantee. an(1 weight; average elz' B
S rj JT4 teSw UNITED STATES GOVT. WAR DEPT. BED BLANKETS U. S. Government Class B SSxT: inches; average
D -.'-Ifjgeaw. (reclaimed) Blankets. These blankets have been thoroughly inspected by the U. S weight 3' , pounds Regu- l
snHBflBciBBBBBBBBV C:ernment Inspectors and accepted by them as to their condition jr.d quality. $9 t I
t7ajBB5fi WB.1 BaBflmaffllfSSfe You can't bent them fcr quality guar.ir. tomorrow, each I
BHftf(v ffllffifflllB&t 3 tCC: UnC'e S',',1 hims?,f has d'Clrro Thc are as only the government
hHH9HAu fgJ rWiJ afc( thsm "O. K." They are good enough for knows how to m-.ke them woven for j
me in the land. Fresh as from .a-rh, aS to wear, and wear and wear - tfisM aseB B
niwtfm slfoX .t,. ax, z y "-. L Mog I I
r WL W 7 Iffdm mKSdSxPr. brothers from Camp Grant - the will be handed down to the grand Jrf.Jft) I M
' K(. 9 ' ABLR Rhine. children of the purchasers. - v
r iir' I LIBERTY BONDS MAIL ORDERS and get your share of these
I wil! be accepted at Send all mail orders to vaies. Enclose money order,
Lie PrpiwpH TAn ttrmrp Car face vall!e in Main Headquarters, Utah cashier's check or draft with
S JUSt rieCeiVea I WO tVaOre Oar for merchan. Surplus Army Goods Store, order We have placed a j
fi. ,,aa j i t-u- :il Walker Bank Bldg , Salt large stock in reserve to fill
'1 Loads of Army and Navy Goods dueoniy. iintwui Lake Clty Pleise mention in mail orders. we have a fun
fa not apply to mer- y0Ur order "Ogden Adver- equipped mail order depart-
UNITED STATES ARMY TENTS chants who are re- tisement." ment to give immediate serv-
9 lot no. 1 ltixlC feet. Pyramldlcal squad tent. foot aide wall. ceiving their dis- All mail orders Will receive ice. Inclose postage for Par. BB
I Made ol n khaki or white. All ra AC ( counts for quantity prompt attention. eel Post or goods will be
cHj.UU , M Send in your order today shipped by express.
This :" the government M04. purchases.
I lot no. 2 9i I U. S. dock. Ridge- ; " V;. 1
$24.50 1,000 U. S. ARMY WOOL O. D. SHIRTS I
fl lot nc 9x1 f. nav whltt ten f. oi tarpaulin C be ised ai Out CcimtrWYCia 1 REGULATION ISSUE wool O. D. SHIRTS Double elbow, double
Nj fl rnr .'J i teal ur fur wagon or canraa corer. Ajy VUl VOIIllIICI tafgU pocket, breast lined. Any size. All reno.it-il by 0. S gov- or
W BJech pll.4i) pv , . .rnrnrnt, and In perfect Condition Your choice, each p.dJ
LOT (MO 5 TJ s -.rtn Pup Tents. Just the thing Tor chlldrrn to Up3.Y.YlQTZ Ol BRAND NEW O. D. SHIRTS Any aize. tCCC
piny in rr fr n shelter on i Lik.- tf or r Laoh , ilpj.oD
Ka h spo.oo rers the roliowine:
Army Gun Hobters, 85c merrFnfai at U' S ARMY W00L - D' BREECHES 1 I
UICI LliClllUiaC Cll REGULATION ARMY BREECHES 1' a, them for work, outing, drlv-
NAVY COTS La 9M the LARGE FIELD r rn . . i IngTetC Will outwear pants or overalls. Any alio. All In o or
$4 50 WATER BAGS D-DU ndlCUlOUSly lOW peSecl condition, rer pair 3Z.0D
white cotton filled mat Affprifion Frrrspr Drices: wrap leggings i nt: r- s- army aU CQQ '
TRESS Average weight 25 11 nucilliuil, JaisiiciC5 h ao. r, all wool . spl.D taddlo bags apj.yj
,, . al fi r HEAVY LEATHER 1 Qr UNDERWEAxI CANVAS LEGGINGS QT KfolegklO leather Lined ana
t4.DU HORSE HALTERS J)l.tJ SHIRTS AND DRAWERS - I lot- Ne "DC L.Hhor sleeves. Yo'lrtin7 '
army collapsable can artillery harness Brand ton ribbed, winter weigh! nr best grade officers' put choice JMV.IJ
VA8 buckets, di Ar Qew and beet quality. Double ael r rnienl ))DC i EES - Cordovan and or army leather C7 CC
Ol.JO , bl breast fcdQ COTTON RIBBED UNION KSi1! 2?? ttt. '0J SSL L-
SEA BACSvMade of 12-oz. Gucl. ness. Per act 30 SUJTS-Heav: relght r i nr web army belts or mess or
lb ihinq foi beddinj i Pl K I S Bach LOL kits UJt
$1.75 SELHELMETS- 35c wool and cotton mo(eo S2Zt &fSZ SS8tfS2&& . $2.45 !
wtj: - om cANTfENS sra ... $2.45 5. ilk, sis.A& $635 I
CC Su. 0 95C TVTPN ' IVOSfi WATERPROOF COATS AND HOBNAILED or
DOC ?' ' " 1 MEN S HOSE WATERPROOF PANTS - Jtlgt TRENCH SHOES .01)
n tuu U.S. army b?t t 1 or 6 Pain tor $3 t he thing for ihe laundryman or RECLAIMED COTTON KHAKI
qp ... pl.Ld aii wo mere. jq lean nr breeches. or
JJC rr per pair 4JC Bach uJL pair "jC
QQ t ...... DOC rlea : work sox in PONCHOS d0 QC n, claimed lot of raincoats, worth
eralla, uOC , g black lined afro or '" '' ' .... IOC nt i$L.UU tii.ias jo oo
g army reclaimed i rr , ij)o 1J 6 plra f"r 51 "" slickers 01 ell kinds and mUch pj.jO
nalll . . 4)i.UJ ' . .' ' ' ' rA .,r-r, r,r.. st'lc3 Your t Q 0 C EXTRA HEAVY ALL rt
aed CC edaimed nr good grade mixed dress cnpce 5.V0 WOOL ARMY HOSE Pair WC
DuC wrap puttees Ut HOSE-Black. Best grado cotton and wool 6 Pairs for J3 25 j
qo U S arm) Qp tVuHi wonted mixed union 3o or u. s. army swords and (Sty ro
ton khaM Bhirta . JOC havei icka VOL all leather gloves 1000 eulta Bull &O.LD Bcabbarai (. DU
1 U1 OC 9r pair to pick fi-ni 1 OC D 8 arniv lanterns, t i or ' B. -irmy cartrldgo or.
Pair pl,JJ each . . ll.yD boxes Zt)C
SADDLES 1 , ; Ihe rineat grade leather D B arm I lp boots; mr or 0 3. army ammunition or
. mil worth up to ti rr pair 4J.JJ belts JJt
c.urrnmeni. new. big .saddle; full fc70 CA 3 50 .,, , - , ,, p;iir r S armv tncb shov- J i rr L' S army bacon in
1 , , -u X'.Z- MOLESKIN SHORT MAC K I ' H nnd carriers . i Cpl.DD cans iVC
Government new skeleton r with horn, CICA , r macki-
)4Z.DU naw lineo (tror AVIATOR SUITS
i I CaTalry. 4100 PU.OJ AV1A,ur ouno HJ
Quaranteed ho serviceable condition. Bach J1".0U 3S Inch moleskin offircrs- My. Marie of finest grade kbakl, lined and padded to withstand the coldest J Bfl
GENUINE SHELTER TENT T fl n - niacklnaw llne.l. large wea, her; made like a coverall suit. The govornment had thousands of
CLOTH BREECHES sp.Od ' :r Q 1 1 them made at a cost of $12. To per sulL While they last. tO 7C
MOLESKIN, OFFICER STYLE RAINCOATS, SPORT fOJ nr li.OJ t.ach PO.lD fl
COATS $24.75 JVSCH0 KHAKI COLORED JERSEY SWEATERS, s-
5r,SsCOS?t0RED S795 1 $L65 Worth twice as m.cn Extra speca. $.45
RAINCOATS sJI.Jc- SHOES U. S. ARMY RUSSET SHOES fcCOC
fr'fSi.-"'' vgr uLiion' ' LEATHER SLEEVE gjyj SES Mun.on last $5.95
VESTS Aviator regulation ( B7JC JERSEY GLOVES Best flrsfdOj oo
FINE GRADE THICK SET HEAVY COAT STYLE t 1 or quality $ t A) pair UC !
CORDUROY PANTS- d0 AC SWEATERS AT . . Ol.OJ 'ffle.-r Miede coat.- 071: Or 8.x pairs for $1.15. JH
5j.yb CwREat'r?L SUP0VEs .r fitTlSLr?0 ioo2 500 pair men's f.ne dr... pants, con.latlng of serge., wersteds. strlp
MEN'S M AC K I N A W S it D . , SWEATcRS $ J BlipOJJJ., $3.95 dso-id color, J-e aH woo, and otbe .,,flM,y mixed, ao.d for-
0 D Clotfc Hi fj C197C OFFICERS' DRESS Zn AC DrOBS OOatg. eat Ji QC merly from $3 te 12 per pa.r. Your cholse as long gj-
5)1 J.? SHOES Beat quallt) $.40 fine Talues 5)4.50 as they laal
Utah Surplus Army, Navy and Commercial Goods Store JSSSSf olTdL" I
; , Berthana Hall Building . 319 Twenty-fourth Street. Ogden, Utah jt will pay you to keep in touch
Mam Headquarters: Walker ..
j Bank Building, Salt Lake c.ty Store 0pen ssj 8 30 p m Tomorrow Branch No. 2 us for aDy ltem yu 7 need H
TELLER CONFESSES TO
I SALT LAKK. Nov. 30. John I
Gonkling. head teller of the National
Copper bank, surrendered to federal;
n uthorltle.H yesterday afternoon and
onfesaed to having embezzled a large!
sum of mone It is claimed that '
CnkllnK embezzled bank fundsj
.imountlnK to $9200. carrying the
money away In small quantities dur
ing the past six years.
t'onklina; is now r.altlng consldera
i. .ii by United Jtatec grand Jury
He is chargel with three counts in
the complaint flld with Commtesmn- '
Van Pelt, two alleging the making r
i 1 .'ntrles nnd ono charging embez-zlemenL
fl Swallow slowly small pieces
1 rub well over the throat.
V A ro Rub
Occr 7 Million Ji IW j
OPENS AT BRIGHAM CITY
BRIGHAJI CITT, Nov. 30 The
leadership Institute of the Doxcldcr(
makp began us dallv session yestei -
day at the tabernacle. There was a
nofeeebr a i. r?eiey of tho Unl-j
rslt of I'tah delivered the opening
lectun- rn psychology. Mayor John W.
Peters delivered a lecture on sociology -
Other sneakers were Peery D. Pet
ers, Frank r'lshhurn. Mrs. Ella U.
Valentine ami Abe, 8. Kich.
The Institute will continue through
out the w.ek. with dally se.ssions.
LBSIGNMBlfl M-i Hi . I i
RCilSE. Ids . Nov. 30. Major Sam
Fl Anderson whose appointment as an
officer of the Idaho National Guards!
has received federal approval, will be
assigned to tho First Squadron of thai
Cavalry, it was reported yesterday. His
headquarters will be at Pooatello, Ida-1
IDAHO POmtAmWSBB NAMED
N'AaJHLN"GTON. Nav. 29. TWfl
Idaho postmasters Were apslrtted to;
.v. a follows iiir.-rrh i:b-. n.trilng-j
ion, vice Cllftun Albertson, resigned,
and Carl l .ir.,!gr, Lund, vb e Krlck
MrjCE dispute ssmnHEj)
W 1 NNEM L'CCA. Nev.. Nov. 30. A
long standing dispute as to whether
the sulphur mines near Sulphur are
n Humbolt or Pershing counties, has
hern settled tn favor ot Humboldt
county, it Is reported
The survey ol S party sent out by
the department of Interior was neces
sary to establish definite!' the location
of the mines
Nearly two years ago Humboldt
county was divided, the southern por
tion having been Incorporated and
named Pershing. The counties both
coveted the bullion tajf. the tax on
mines, buildings, and machinery and
petitioned that a survey be made to
establish a boundary line between the
counties The sulphur mines are Just
within tho line In Humbolt county. It
law 'Night 5rtC
Mr Morning 'manr
Clean - Cloor Houlthy
tar trm Irm Cm IK-o. Mwrtn. Co. OMsSgS CVJ
get rrtrv rorfi-in -
WASHINGTON. Nov. 29. The fol
lowing today were commissioned In th-,
regular army from civil life or the re
serve service, after eramlnatlon:
Vlrtnr oieson. 312 South Fifth East
street. Salt Lake City, captain field ar-
Elmer D. Campbell. 198'. South
Ninth East street, Salt Lake Oily, sec
ond lieutenant. Infantry.
Benjamin H. Decker. Soldier Sum
mit. I't-jh, first lieutenant. Infantry.
Il'jgh C Dorrlen. Soda Springs.'
Idaho. SMOnd lieutenant, lnfantr.
.in- i .
nil ES in rvn Kirs
POCATELLO. Ida.. Nov. 30. Jos I
eph Clay Olive, Injured severely 8un-
day. Nov. 7, when thf ep&ery wheel
over which he wns working broke In-,
to fragments, several of which ntn.. l
him. died as the result of the injuries
at a local haspltal lsit night Funeral
services for the deeenl. who was a
former service man. will le h.d.l tod iy
R1 OlaAM T1 Mil l mO
SALT LAKE, Nov. 30. Tho execti
tive commltteo of tho Western States:
ateclamatlon asvaolatian will mc ll
ssesUl aaanan in alsit i.sk IsaaSi
It reTrflnj; m a fnfiesp 'Sarti-
rnatJe fcfitrnr? v? rorlrier fTmVfirwr
"William Spry of Utah. The call was
Issued by Governor D. W. Pavls of'
THEY SAY INSURANCE IS
BETTING AGAINST FATE
APPLEDOORN. Holland, Nov. 27. BwJ
A curious resistance to the Dutch lH
law requiring all workmen to accept BBJ
state insurance against death or dls- 'BBJ
ability has developed In the rural dls- BB
tlicta of Holland. In this town alone, 'IWaB
4 8 cases were brought to the court'a BB
notice, and the cause, in most instar. - j
res, wan a prejudlew against Insurance BB
of any kind, on tho ground that it BB
was betting against fate. BB
1 1 . : rim i s
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ting pretty bad at the Baptist churoh Bfl
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