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THURSDAY EVFJSING DFXEMBFR 2 1920. THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3
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STATE AMD IDAHO NEWS
I MM Items of Interest From Utah and Oem 3tV
I CRANKING JIUTO
Bfl North, Ogdftl Man Removes
Wife From Hospital Then
fl lo get SU wife, who had -er lit lher'j
after h had ,Ur ,l1r'.Tn
Mr John Q. niaylcxk " takefi
the i hri'i Tu dmy f,rr?"kn;
H Arthur Montgomery returned Ta-
ppH day night frni thi lAtfnn hospital (
BBgj here he ha teen unorr ea re of phy-:
HbVJ ndlnr woe truck hv an 'regon Hhort
HBVJ Un i min at Logan
JB MANY DISAGREEMENTS
Inl IN SUGAR CASE HEARING
111 JdeCornlrk & Co., hanker, on the
B K. K Orltchlow, Itlrhard T urn
and HerbcSt I. Mvmllli'i. v.e.c
.nrn na COOttSSl for the witness.
Mr. Bowie wa on the witnese stand
nil of the forenoon nml until 4 0
B In the afternoon, hut guc or.lv Mm It -
etl Information II" declined to ai
war moat of the question uskrd by
Bp Mr. I leer on thr (round that they were
SALT LAKE CITY WORKER
jm KILLED BY JUTO TRUCK
emon 17 year old. an employe ol
' I '
ppj tomohile accident in front of rtyt West
I i rut Sooth Ml.. I at S . I j o'clock Up.
F er truck of it.- I le S rato.
ga Chip company, driven by W. II
The firm cur turned auddenly, din
loot iik IVlernon t ltawden'
Peterson grahhed tin- fender In front
of itawdru'e machine He wns dragged
fl a ftlatniice an! finally let go. In fall-
n, he suffered n fracture at the I iim
H ii. ....
the emergency hospital, when he died
jLV ow and tight children, nil living In!
JH BRIGHAM AQREES TO PAY
H $250,000 FOR WATER
HIHOHAM 'ITY. Pee. : The mat
ter of the pnrchasr by the city of
fl rventy-fie nnl tec of n.iti-r from'
the Hammond Cnn.it company, tru wa
H tor to bi lrllerel ut u point tlVO
h hlocka north of the courthouse. Just i
" of buaineiw run and
liens .Monday night in tlx. Coalmen I
H .ii'Crpl Hi of Ihe i n at
H of tSSO.OOO fui tin water In annual
H inatallnint t It fixd tl.
A committee of eiKht mi appointed
H to formulate plana for the organ laatlon
H of av holding mpany to made the'
pUrcbH- and .1 iil.'iUn of th- v
H ter. Thla committee la compos i oi
John i Petcre, J. it Call, it L Kih
hum. C V. Knud-on. I', s S ullama.
H The pUii torkd out by the com
mlHee will be reported to a ineetlngj
! lOCATCliIA) MAI 1ID DXM
POCATJBLLO. Ida Dot l iici-ry
in charge of tha Amerloan
IM projoct, haa reported that the
not b rnlaed to pay for the con-1
NtrorMon of the dam. and aaked the'
H Pocateiio buninem men to nndarw rite
H thi propoattlon for the noctaaary
$670,000. a special committee will.
H in meettng.
Mrs. John S. Turner Chosen to
Direct Recently Started
'.( 'C'-.AX Iv. : -Mr. John aV '
Turner, arlf of the rhairman of the
ltv For the Indlvidun! who rolleetM
the greater number of book a a prise!
Mrad.juitrtera for the llbrr. are
In a remodelled motion picture thew-j
ing furniture for the lihrory.
School Board Members
Elected in Davis County
I.AYToN. .er 2. Brhoool elee-!
'tlone were hi Id In prvin tn ' und 4.
In I'avij county. eterday. In pre-i
i inc- :'. coifiprli m Hountifu . H W
IStahle wag elected over Mr. J. Tt. t
Hurhnm. nnd In precinct 4. comprla-;
IliK I -i i tf.p t'l. nrflcld and South
;WelT. H. W, Adnma wu choaen over
HIGH FREIGHT RATE
HITS IDAHO FARMERS
mm.. Idaho. iec. : -nigh tralgbtgl
loicether with n n'lnintlne agalnat Ida-!
ho hoy. ItCCauaa of atfnlfu weevil,
whi-h preventa Mile of the iduho -rop'
In neighboring atateji, la cnuaing acute,
' dtatreaa nmo'ig Idaho fiirmem. It Is
1 report ed Karmrrg In the vicinity of
Ituhl haxe approximately lio.OOO tons
of ha atacked. nnd the munition la
more critical than It has been In I
Kfforta are laMng made to ae.-ure a
bettei fr. hjhl ratg to Kanana cit.'
and other eastern markets Tin- proa
ent rate la flti per ton: BO hitch that;
farmers cannot aecure the cost ot
IDAHO ASKED "10 MAKE
KNOWN DESERTERS' NAMES
B018K Idaho. lec 2 iovernor I. I
W' Dnyla, haa In en agked to u.hmIsi1
the aiale in completing tlio war do-j
partment - tint of draft deawrtcra.
The rrijueat came from Secretar
-of War It.iker. and Adjutnnt Qgncral
P, C. Harris. Th.- government hag'
pre Pet red a list of 117,000 deserters of j
Whit h In. "00 names may be strlrkei.
aa h i Inu cause that removes them I
from the deserter Hat.
iovernoi I nvls Is asled to have the
Idaho nt carefully checked ao thai
It can be determined who Idaho de-i
aagteri are. Thr names of the desert-:
em will o published broadtmst. Tin
ar department holds thai the publl!
cation of the names will iw a dlagracc I
which the deserters will :iot be able!
to live down.
PLANNED AT BRIGHAM
lilllOHAM. Det I, 'ommunit )
reereatlonat fnclllUis for lirighum
will he discuss, d at a meeting of all
clubs of the clly, to be hld l"r::a
evening at the Commercial citib-
The plans are being puhd l-.- the
BOclal and recreational committee of
the i p. s church. Tin plana call
for an outdoor swimming pool, bas
ket ball court, handball courts, ten
nla courts nn-1 other i-ecreallonai dev
Ices, with the view of later building a
FARMERS INCREASE USE
OF SILAGE FOR STOCK
8 ALT LAKK. Dec. 2. Thirty per
cent more silage wns produced by
Ltah farmer! t u i year than list year,
according to a report compiled by J
K DOT man, in ch.irge of the western
office of the bureau of animal Indus
trv of the department of agriculture
Mr. Dormnn reports Hint more than
o tons of silage was made dur
ing the year A quantity of the allnge
was of sunflower origin, he stated.
oMl ITED FOR noltl.
POCATEIJLO, Ida. Dec. 1 The
following men have been nomln itSd
for tho r.ew board of governors of the
chamber of commerce Manaasa Wil
liam. X. K. McCorrnlck. II M Wolf. .
W H Snder. t li rtr.,.. PlttU Boftl
lev. Jesse K. M . Chaae. F red IIcOOW-
nn. Harry Fox. GJaruda Hlstllne. c R
Fraxler. pr W I" Howard. A. M. Pet
eraen, John E. Carlson, J. T. Young.
J H Scanlon, Leo McDonald. Harrvi
l.nnipkln. Jack llnlllwell. W. II Wit
ty and K. H. Knickerbocker.
I m wmmm
H Acidity Gases Heartburn
Sourness Flatulence Palpitation
Instant relief! No waiting! A feu- tablets of harmless, pleasant
"Pape's Diapepsin" correct acidity, thus reyiulating digestion and
making sick, upset stomachs feci line. Be.st Momach corrective know n.
f dipsin j
V roROUT-OF-oww stomachs 1:1 iyC-iV
Lance Mfe iisui.at.irca 'V
SEEK BIG SUM
FOR IM ROADS
Conrress to Be Asked to Make
Appropriations for Na
HALT LAKE. IK- I Expenditure
orlatlon This information u re-
i (ironoaed to spend $!7t0 foi
administration of the park $25o for
Total estimates of S.47S,44.8t have
parka and tarrnty-foar monuments.
;oer in area n 12.7 71 rjire miles
luring the pn wnl year, I.OS4,4&o
through the iiMilor.nl wonuerlai.ds Is!
hown by the fact that official fig
ures of the park er u - lor
how ZaC.097 visitor.
It In pointed out by the park er-l
ice, In ew of the fact that the -r-tlmatca
for the parka muy be -onetd-
ered exc-esavr that at the- present tiniel
there are only 1000 mils of highway
In the national parks, and that dur-'
materials. Considers Me money in need-,
! iln. ii in euiphaslzid. fir itir
protest ton from fire of the gTCifl tracts;
of forest land ami In providing ac
commodations for the protection of'
BOISE BUSINESS MEN
WAN i MOUNTAIN TIME
DOinC, Idu.. Dee. i'. itecent de
dslon of the Interstate commerce
Commission in rsiuaJng to srunt thr
sppllcr.tlon of the public utilities com
mission of the state ol Idaho to plr.ee
this state on mountain time, rather
than i'acific time, has created dissat
isfaction among llolse business men.'
it im reported.
a mass meeting was held and a r?-i
ulutlon Wan adopted asking the city l
council to puss an ordinance setting
mountain time us stiudnrd time for
Bolge, nnd renmrlng all business
houses lo ret tnelr clocks ixick one
I WO ALLEGED BANK
RUtfBtRb ON TRIAL
8T. QBOROrjB, le( t. EdVardl
Harris and Joe Wall, charged with'
robbing the bank al St Oadrfs N
13. are on trial before Judge P, C.I
Evana oi Ball Istks, who i sitting for
Judge D. H. .Morris.
The case has been argued by both'
sides nnd all evidence has been sub-;
mltted. The Jury will receive lnstruc-1
Hons and the case will be given to
them some time today.
i RI I, I witii PARALYSIS.
' PLEASANT GROVE, Dec, I. Two
residents of this city have recently
Suffered stroke of paralysa und are'
'attll In a serious condition. I'ostmus
Iter H. W. Wadlsy was otilcken Satur-I
l.i ..f last week and Is still unable j
to peak, r r.mx c. Banks, capItsJtat,
jwns stricken about t-n days at.-,, and
he abo Is unable to spcal. In th--
as.- or poatjnaater Wadley the stroku
was th' second suflered.
ict oaiMi&sioxi it- i ii i
BUHL. Ida.. Dec. L At the alec-l
(Hon of rond comndssloners In this
hlchw.'.y dlstrht, (borge Wade and
j Brnesl Molandet were re-elected toi
lerva another fouryear term. w. It.)
.Morrison was elected to tnkc the .l M
lof Heorge c'hilds. the present com-'
I missions r, wh rsfaasd to be a can-!
Idldate nirnlr.. Wade received .Is.'
voles. Molander 375 and Morrlaon 325 1
jotcs. There wore nbout 20n scatter
ling votes cast.
l lit RSAR HKI I B
rOCATELLQ. Ida., Dec I. Eldon
C Schock, the new bursar of the Idaho
I Technical institute, arrived m Pocn-
tilli. ,sterdi evening and Will take'
charge of tha office at once. Mrs.'
Hi C. oggins has been iiinx bursar I
-In. e the resignation of nM m Maude
Dayton, who accepted a position In the I
commerce department fucultv.
i IS mm IRKS It) DI8 IPP1 K
lt 1SK. Ida . ec 2. With the sole
by the city of Cotllater flats, the Shei -man
house and the Alohu apartment
house, the old landmarks will disap
pear from Boise within the next few
months The structures now stand on
ttM -!te of the- new state capitoi audi
will be torn down.
RUPERT M X DIES.
TW1X IM.I.S Ma.. mc. i..v.
Kredny of Rupert died today In a hos- ,
pltal here, a iter. the only known
relative, resides In Coaldale. Pa,
SWEDE HELD FOR THEFT
AND EXPORT OF AUTOS
NEW YORK, Dec. 2. Charged
With participation in the recent theft'
In Detroit of new automobiles valued :
at 1 100.000, which police say were
brought Overland to thi rit, shipped I
to Norway and sold. Svekt Nyqulst,
automobile accessory dealer, was ar-:
rented Wedne-ida md h'-M m $1 0.000 1
ball. The arrest followed discovery
In a New York warehouse of ono of:
the stolen machines.
CLEVELAND UNIONS RAISE
FUND AGAINST OPEN SHOP
CLL -KLXD. Ohio. Dec. 2 The'
Cleveland Federation of Labor Wed-'
nesday night oted to raise a fund
Of IJO.nOu to fight the "open she;,
movement Th funds will be raised'
by assessing each member 50 cents s
Weber Lodge No. 6
Free & Accepted Masons
Annual meeting and election of off I
cers. Thursday. December 2d. 8 p m. I
Full attendance dealred.
Bj ..cler thr W M
" K. K NICHOLS Basr 1
BILL NOW PLAYING
MAMMY S BIRTHDAY
A Southern Muscal Rtvui
HENSHAW L AVERY
MACK A WILLIAMS
WILL & MARY ROGERS
"The League of Reiat.on'
ANNA VIVIAN CO
Singing and Shooting
Three Shows Dally 2:45 7:30 9:15
Mat.neea 25e 30c
Nights 40: 50c
MAKE A MAN
For reasons apparent, names In
this story are withheld bui the
yarn certain I v Is tragic. We admit
A well-known bootlegger (no
liov, It will be Impossible to due
loaa hU aanrt and address)
walked Into ,t local .soft drink par
lor, where once touter stuff was
dispensed. With him was n pros,
pecthe custome:-. The walked to
the bar and planted their feet on
the brass rail. The prospective
customer chanced to turn bo an
acqualntanci jghlle tha bodtlagger
Cautiutislv sliding his hand to
the left Inside pocket In his coat,
the bootlegger extracted a pint
bottbi of bonded "fury." He ten
dered II gently to the prospective
u tomt r. not looking 10 see if the
P, '. was looking his way. lie
let go o( the bottle which crashed
to tin- tll- floor and burst.
An aroma, not at all unpleasant
ardse from the vicinity of the cus
l: l.T. Cuspidors sighed remlnts
i"h bootlegger made a second
attempt ot "broaching" a bottle.
From another pocket he dragged
forth n second bottle- With a
flourish he uncorked the bottle.
The flourish pr'e, disastrous,
for the bottle slipped from his
fingers to the floor.
Anguish and rnge were mingled
on the countenance of the boot
legger Deaperately he reached for the
third bottle, in his hip pocket, lie
scorned d Derate. In his hurry
10 p'.ur a glass of the bottle's con
tents he ripped it against the edgo ,
of ihv bar. With a musical tlnkl
the bottom of the bottle fell to
the floor, the liquor odorlzing bis
'nlooker.- seised the bootlegger
who. with the breaking ol the
third hoitle. foamed at the mouth
and declared his Intention of
licking even one on Twenty-fifth
street and Washington avenue.
They claim he'a In the booby
hatch. We can t tell because wo
didn't see it. we only heard of the
W. 0. w.
Election, of officers and big class in
itiation Thursday night- Come up and
Wm. SCULLER, Clerk
In Sumptuous Entertainment
A ?pectaculnr EQttsii ragmnsa teeming with mirth, mel-
- tics and n
dazzling display of cosily costumes.
as The Esquimaux girls in their unique spc
r Vs. r-m tt 1 n 1 1 y . whirling in an irredescent electn
ftawM swing, behind a screen cf variegated twin-
fj & idiag lights.
THE ZENITH OF HOME PRODUCTIONS
I Staged ind directed by Bob Major Musical directors, Mar
1 cellus Bmith :,nd Wm. H Manning
V Tickets on sale at Ensign Herhck's Optical Parlors
OF BARGE 1ECK
Only Two of Crew Left After
Accident Along Wash
pt 'KT ANGELES, W'ash.. Dec. 2.
The first connected story of the wreck
of the barge w. J. rirrlc, lost off the
Washington coast In last w?k"s storm
was told Wednesday by Ernesto Ar
svene, carpenter aboard the l'lrrle. 1
According to Aravena. Captain J. K.
TlbbettS Of the steamer Santa ftl S,
which was towing the barge, held on
to lit tow until ateamer and barge
rf within a short distance of in
shore and then signalled that he must
abandon the barge.
Captain A. U. Jensen, of the barge;
called the crew about him. Aaravena
said, and declared: "I have given up I
all hope. You must prepare to aava
your lives." The oaptgPB kissed his
wife and Infant son. the carpenter
COntinpad, and hurried them to the
CKI.W LI I I IS II K.I
Sfoon the l'lrrle struck the rocks.
Chief Engineer J. W. Crossland, waH
at the wheel, and Aravane said, re-'
fused to leave that post. A wave
crushed the door of the wheel qousS
In upon Mrs Jensen, who was lying
Jensen leaped Into the surf, Ar.i
vana said, nml he followed after,
fastening a Ufa preserver about Mrs.,
Jsrisen. who still clutched her bah
After being In the water about tw.
hours he was washed ashore,
st BVTVORS HT51 I
Aravena said he wandered along j
the desolate beach for three duys
seelklng aid before he met Carlos Pat"
rson. second engineer of the Plrrle,
and believed to be the only other sur-1
vlvor of the wreck. Both were ex
hausted and unconscious when found
by William I'enn, an Indian from the
Qulllayute reservation. Penn. Ara-j
vena said, stripped himself to clothe
the two sailors.
Twelve bodies of wreck victims have
bcn found, according to ad lefts fronii
Clallam Bay. Wash., and hove been
Story of Haunted Schooner
Revived by Death of Bay
QLOUHESTBR, Mass. DeV 2 The
burial Wednesday of John Winter
recalled lo old-time fl.-durmen a Ir.i
dition of a modern "Plying Dutch
man." and its ghostly crew that were
believed to roam the sens In pursuit
of a ship that had sent them to t h
Wlnlei w.,s the last survivor of the
crew of the fJlotichester schooner,
CharletJ Haskell, which. In a storm.
In March. 1S6i. ran down and sank a
Sab-m schooner and Its entire crew
o'i fjeorges flhlng banks He died
at the Fishermen's Snug Harbor In
hll v-'nd year, representing almost to
the last the lain of the ghost shlj
of the fishing hanks hlch was sup
pose,! i,, have pursued the Haski Ii
throughout Its career.
met off Eastern point, the entrant
of Gloucheslci harbor, Wjnlrrs said.
S schooner ran down the wind, hove
alongside the Haskell and her phui -torn
crew climbed the rigging, declar
ing ihcmselvo, the ghosts of the Sa
: IB fishi rmen
Winters and others of the HaSgeU'a
crew refused to fish In the ship again
and a new crew was taken on. These
reuurned with a similar story of ghost
ly vMtatlon at sea, took their dunnage
nags and cjult.
Another, and still a fourth crew
"er,. shipped, but each came to port
with a renewal of the story of a ship
shrouded In white and a spectral crew
and the HaakOSi was hauled up, un
able to get men. She finish, d her sea
going sS .i Kind freighter and the Sa
lem ship wns not heard of again.
Clallam Bay. Wash., and have been
the condition of the bodies making i
impracticable to aitempt to move them
N'lnS other persons are believed to
have perished In the wreck
About miles of railway are to
be electrified in Italy.
j Dorothy Madson
'Tf J'im for sale her entire stock of Winter Millinery at
ggjsg JK' . remarkably reduced prices
; ' 100 Hats 100 Hats
Vn ; 1 1 1 Y . l rfJ ' 'e5 UP t0 515 Your values up to $27.50.
"i!vL 1 wK 7 choice for Your choice for
IS f $300 $5
) Tb is i cash sale, beginning at 10 o'clock Fn
--c . -t day morning, December 3 No approvals. No
Dorothy Madson Hat Shop. 2456 Wash. Ave.
1 MA6KSIA FOI
STOMfiGH TROUBLE "
Neutraiirra Stomach Acidity, Pre- H
Teod Fermentation. Sour.
Gassy Stomach and Acid tnd H
Doubt Iraa If o are a sufferer from In
I un-.wth. rharr-oaiVmss amT'va?'
moat everytning eu eat, PPPPPPJ
continued use of the bi'iricd '.-tr.. , , H
annot Inbire the atomarh In any ") sn H
ksna the u are any amptums of MM pppppj
WHEN RHEUMATISM I
HITS YOU HARD!
Stoan's Liniment Should be kept H
handy for aches and pains. H
WHY wall for a severe pain, an H
ache, a rheumatic twinge folio H
Ing exposure, a sore muscle, sciatica, H
or lumbaco to make you quit work, H
when ou sluiuld have Sloan's Llai H
Bl hundy lo help curb it snd keep H
you active, and fit. and on the Job? H
Wit hunt rubbing, for it penetrates. H
apply a bit today to the afflicted part. H
Note the gratifying, clean, prompt, rs
llcf that follows. Sloan's Liniment
couldn't keep its mntfr thoossnda of
friends the world over If it didn't mske H
cood That's worth remembering. All H
drugglita Ihree sizes the largest is H
the- most economical. ISo, 70c, 1.40. H
Li ni merit fe
HAVE COLOR IN CHEEKS I
Be Better Looking Take
Jf your skin is yellow corr.plexioo
pallid tongue coated appetite poor
you have a bad taste in your mouth -s
lazy. rsxrixTl fctlinc you should
take Olive 1 ahletr
l)r. Edwards' Olive TaWcts a sub
Ftitute for calomel were prepared by
tr. Ldwards after 17 years of study.
You will know thstn by their olive color.
To luve a clear, pinkskir brighteyet,
130 pimples, a fceliru of ' uoyancy like
jldhooddavsvoumu$t m tatthecause.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tabl ts ad on
Ihc liver and bowel. like calomel yet
have no danreroui after effects.
Thev start the bile arid overcome con
atlpation. Take one r two nightly
and note the pleasing results Mlllioni
of boxes are Fold annually at 15c snd
WVr tb body betjinr o stiffen
nc3 mo'ment become pain!' it
i vonally indication that the
kidneys ate rft of order. Keep
those c,rpan? healthy by taking
The e'orld s r tam'arj remedy for kidr r.
ii- tv b'adder and uric acid troubles.
PW sine 1696. Take regularly and
feSSf Ifl good health, lo three sizes, sA
druenjti. fllinisnsasd ar roprsaaoted.
Iwl fee tba n t - GoU1 M ,! oi arory has
ad accapi ao loutatioa
New Life for I
Sick Mm I
Eatonic Works Magic
"I bsve taken only two boxes ol sH
Eatonic and feel liko a new man. It
has done me more good thau any
thing else," writes C. 0. Krapplr. .
Katonfe is the modern remedy (ot
acid tomach, bloating, food repest
ing aud ifniigeetion. ft quickly takea
up and carries out the acidity snd gas
and enables the stomach to digest
the fod naturally. That means not H
only relief from pain and discomfort
but yon get the fu'l strength from the
food yu eat. Big box only coats a
trifle with yoar druggist's gusrsntee, H
Don't Neglect II
Your Skin II
Ladies A few days' treatment with H
CAPTEP 5 LITTLE LIVER PILLS
dr. rr;jrt tc clean
th-.' sltJt. -;.a.n jffP.
the beauty treat iab Qfrn'C I
menu ic rrei WRsTlllrC O
perfeel con I V E R
' A Hmi i cr
I Mil..ir. ;! 3scs e. s.'l toi-.j r.d zr..c: t
l .-r-7 'c H'.ouaceM Dxiaeaa Sea
leaiic-' '-;" storract- xr.t far SaUe
Piris! lao S 5'cu skia Tt tuC Jia
I r:ry si asnisenss. H
i Small PtU-imai: Ooee gaj flics 1 !