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- ARMED NE6RQ
ssailant of Detective Trailed
To S?lt L-?ke By
ZmMMMM An exciting nice from ogden to
lEKB r'" in which :i fugitive negro,
HOfl wlih n 40-mimilc start eluded a posse
jjjflD of Ogden officer who followed In an
j-jdMB automobile, resulted in the escape
;t55Mh of the negro who Is now the object
sjBKjiH of a .search by the Salt Lake police
IH The iiocro wa arrested Saturday
aH morning bj Detective Ed nutieriicid
ySH n a chare- ff petit larceny. He was
V9Q bpinc taken to a pawn shop o be
EajLBV Identified as a man who bed Bold a
: tulcn coat. Detective r.utlerfield
SSjBS had searched the prisoner bui did not
. i .
office nd his pr, on
HMB (tossed the Intersection in Ironi of
" slflj "ie depot, the- negrp, Who had b?cn
jgfll Joking with Hutierfield. swung on
'jMM he offlcri and struck him oAer the
t- i if eye with the bun eni of a re-
eH volvcr. The officer reeled A fc-
frH ond blow, which smashed against
BflH Biltt'errield's left cheek bone, followed ,
9VE Standing over the prostrate body
RjPIB mi ihe officer, the negro held the 1
. poa In p i delivt
WI tber blow in ca.-e his victim moved
yAS Bystanders rushed bhh . nd lie fled
5HB along Wall avenue The man hid be-
rjjm hind the Troy Laundry building Po- i
iciljSH lice searched the premises and found
L!v$tflsfl inil1 niKr0 nad Crossed the depot
SPSS park and had made his way through ,
PjaaSBBBl il,.. rat I mad ;iid-
I RACE ON HIGHWAY
v posse of Ogideti oflicera was
quicklr started towards Suit Lake in
the police car. The fugitive was
known to have caught a freight train.
He was seen on the train near Roy.
The train was slopped and searched
Fatmlngton. bin the man was not
lound. Four minutes after the train
n-- ha( departed froru Farming ton, the
police automobile, which had been
burning the stale highway from Og
den, arrived at the place.
A report from a rarmer north of
Farruingion was that the negro had
been seen crawling from utie ear to
another. The police automobile, at
this point, burned out a set of
bearings. Handicapped bj then crip
pled machine, the police proceeded
to Bountiful and hired another auto
mobile. They raced to Salt Dakl and
were again but a tew minutes too
slow to apprehend their man. He
had been seen making his way
through the Salt Lake yards
Infective Everett Noble was de
tailed to make a search of Salt Lake
for the negro. Although bis name
is not known, the police have an
Detective Butterfield was In an Im
proved condition last night, and irat
recovering from the effects of the
blow. The left side of his face was
a mass of bruises and he had 8 se
vere gash over his left eye.
"If he had just struck me a glanc
ing blow that knocked me down
and not out." he said last night. He
did not "complete hfa sentence, but
gritted his teeih m a manner that
boded no good tor his atlanl.
HI Theft of Pay Box
D Causes Much Damage
' , Fifty dollai
; tlneiitnl Oil 8ei ce t Twi
H fourth street and Qulnc avenue, and
Bl an expenditure of labor estimate.! to bo
H worth at leait five dollar resulted In
IH the theft of a telephone and a tele-
H phone pay box which contained the
jH sum total of fifty cents, according to
HB Information front the police station,
1 The robbers, who entered the gas
fl station Fildaj night, according to a
H lolicc report, broke through a i!.:i-
HM glass window, nearly forty inches
sQuare. Then they tore the telephone
ffwjvH and the pay box from Its moorings.
"raflBP Tho phone and the pay box wore car-
l'fcji ried away, apparently for the purpose
Hf of being burst open and rifled.
WjJty V The phone, the pay box and the
I fl window pan estimated '. the
ftf N.iluo of io). while thi' burtrl.u, hrid he
t jflB turned his efforts to shoveling coal, or
"iJB snow, couM easily earned ten times as
, s'; J much bm the I l p tie paj is i on-
ts&unl talned, the police say.
STUDENT SUES COLLEGE
IbH OAKLAND L'al.. In-c i suit for
:i:j3V 520.00U was today entered In Alameda
. ' ? k9 county against David P. Barrows,
ij! tMM president of the University of Call-
fornia. bj Melvin v Wood, student
i I suspended from the university Oc-
, j tobi r 1 under a b at inr cb
J Wood it Lhe son ol rormer Judge
iiiilwfl Fred V Wood of the superior court
KJKsm of Amador county.
''"HS suit al,c5es slander in that
i (fill President Barrows caused the boy's
name to be entered in published rec
ords as suspended "on account of dis
J lB) honesty in examinations. "
'jtiS In a statement accompanying lhe
jffli suit Judge Wood declared the action
;J;iijjf a "matter of a principle" and Bays
'. jflB that he has communicated with I)r
Barrows and that replies hae been
ifiwH ,Ma WM'1e MIvln did not cheat in his
own Interest, he hs refused to di-
vulge the name of a student next
him at examination whom he assist-
Wheal, cwt $3.50
Bran, cwt $2.35
Corn, cwt $2.20
Cracked Corn, cwt . $2. 35
Corn in lots at $2.00
Cash and Carry
332 Twenty-fourth St.
VISITS U. S.
WASHINGTON Vic Admiral sir
William Pakenham commandor-ln-chlef
ct tin- British North Atlantic
Station and the West Indian Station.
va. snapped in Washington while on
a visit t America, was the guest
Of American cabinet officers and Am-oas5iuloi-
Chicago Board President Says
Capper Bill Would Do
CHICCO, Dec. 4. The bill pre
pared by Senator Capper for the repu
tation of grain xchances "would lead
i to the entire elimination of the in.cur
Jnnce feature of the grain markct,"L. F.
Gates, president of Ihe Cbicapo board
of trade, declared today. The result,
he spid. would be "u'h o widening mer
sin bet ween producer and ronpuiuer a?
; merchandising handlers wmild find
l necessary to cover additional risks of
! ownership which they would asaume "
' FEARS GREATER SPECULATION
I "While purporting to be a taxing
measure," Mr. dates .-aid. "It is, of I
j course, not intended to be a revenue i
jproducer. but rather intended through!
rthe imposition of a prohibitory tax-to
do away with trading In grain for fu
;ture delivery. While it puiports to
j leave an opportunity for hedging' pur
cha5es, anyone ;,i all familiar ulth the
gain marketing machinery will realise
i hat the pass: ;', of such ti bill would
tend ti the enl elimination of the
insurance reatUl of the grain market
Instead of preventing BpeculAtion, such
a provision would necessitate specula
tion on the part of every cash handler
of grain and its products.
"II in clear that the proponents of
, this bill share the general confusion
j between gambling and speculation 25
I fail to appreciate that efficiency in ;
: service and economy in operation
which makes it possible to handle'
: grain from the producer to the con
sumer on a lower margain of profit for.
the so-called middleman than prevailes
'in the marketing of any other com- j
modlty in general use.
HIGHER EXPENSE PREDICTED
"It is not generally known that the
entire toll on wheat is only from BSVen
lo ten per cent for all handlers be-,
' tween the farm and ihe foreign mar
I ket. transportation, ot course, not ln-
"If ihere Is a desire on lhe part of j
j the people of this country to eliminate
the present system of handling grain
I and its products and to naj the added
cosl incident to its marketing on a gen-
eral merchandising basis, those who
i wish to accomplish this purpose should ',
have j-ufiicienf courage to slate ihelr'
purpose in plain English rather than
i to pretend to be desircous of provid
ing for the 'hedging1 bj item while as
Ja matter of fa-1 they are destroying I
LEXINGTON. Ky . Dec 1 Nine
alleged moonshiners wore captured
i and several others are believed to j
have been kdintl or wounded in a bat- !
tie between thirty alleged raoonshin- ,
'ers and 14 Inited States revenue
officers near the Tennesse border.,
i according to reports received here
j tonight by J j McFarland. chief
; prohibition avent.
None of the government officers
! were injured although mote than
lone thousand .shots were fired Five
Btllla were dstroyed.
The scene of the fight Is in one
of ihe wildest sections of the eastern
'Kentucky mountains The moonsbln- 1
ers who escaped fled Into the moun
tains with federal agents in pursuit.
POISON IN CANDY
SEATTLE Wash.. Dec. I Analysis
today by City Chemist Albert Jacob
sen of the contents ol a box of candy
J received yesterday by Mr. and Mrs.
iT. J. McCouch revealed small quan
tities of poison in some of the pi
of candy. Jacobsen announced The
box. sealed with Christmas labels,
bore n card with the words. "Merry
Christmas and a healthy New Year,"
i Mr McCouch said Alter eating a
few pinces of the candy. Mis. Mc-
Couch became ill. She had recovered
No clue to the identity of the
sender could be found, city detec
I live? said.
WILL HOLD WHEAT.
WALLA walla. Wash., Dec 4. j
j Sixty farmers of Columbia county.
Wash., if presenting u half million
bushels of wheat, met today at Lay
ton and decided to "stick tigbi and
I pay no obligation.- mile.-:; ab-olutely
I necessary until wheat has reached
'$2.50 a bushel."
HHbVHBsbbbI H - - - - - -
'CROWD CHEERS I
Widow of Hunger Striking
Mayor of Cork Greeted
In New York
; v STORK, Dec Welcomed by
shouts of a crowd who after her land
iiu lormed a parade and escorted her I
through the streets to her hotel. Mrs.,
Muriel MacSwinev, widow of Terence
MacSwiney, former lord mayor of
Cork, arrived today to Join others or
her countrymen working in Amcrir i 1
for the cause of Irish independence.
M earliest dawn hundreds began .
making 'hir way to the pier where
I the liner Celtic waa to dock while har j
' bor craft steamed out to quarantine
j for a first glimpse of tho pale and dig !
jnlfled appearing young woman.
Greeted bv a committee of five worn-
I en, including the wives of the governor
and the mayor, who were permitted to,
board the ressel, Mrs MacSwinev and
her sister in law. Miss Mary Mac-
Iswinev. stepped on to the dock to be'
received bv Marry Roland, secret arv
'to Eamon de Valefa, "president of the
, Irish republic." and other prominent
The parly (hen made its way to thi
street, accepted the homage of the
j crowd who waved flags and s.nu
American and Irish songs, then in
taxlcah headed the procession up Fifth
avenue to the hotel.
j Beyond a -hurt expression of thanks '
I for her warm reception. Mrs Mac
Swiney made no statement, she wfll
j b e in Washington on Wednesday t.
I appear before the commitlee h one
hundred Investigating Irish affaire
She plans to attend mass at St. Pat
I rick's cathedral tomorrow
B'Jtinest and Circul.ition Dept 56
Advertising Dept 428
Edltorljl and Newj Dpt 870
fair Lose. Mrs J. J. Barker an-
no ineed last nifrht that cliiy old ealfj
had 'n away from the Barker pbioj
..t Twelfth i street and A'ashinpton
The standard -Examiner has a num-
jber of e.rllrnt coal shoveln and j
hroom holders left In it stock room.
Either may be secured by Standard-1
Examiner subscribers free with each
(three and one month advance payment
r- BpecMvel) innde by subscribers dur
ing 1 1 month while the, last
Wateli l-'or It ocle,- I.IRfst
.v.jit. The Llttlr- HeJ, Heart." Watch
for Its coming-. Saturday, Dec 18.
For Sale A 10-room house Terms
ot cash, 24S6 Adams. Call Mi-s Ki'.z-j
gerald, rtrd hotel.
Uuth Improved--W. H Williams of
Shupe-Willlama Candy company Is
still at Ocean Park His health (a
much improved, Ogden friends were
For open and closed taxi's phone j
B8; Bob. Karl and Charley- ;'posite!
Unmberfc-cr station. a7 24th St. 7978
Going to Coast W ,-er leaves
today for Los An'. .j Join hlaj
family for the winter.
Clean lorge tats wanted at Th
StKndard-Kxa:iilr.r office. 81
Returns From Kat Mrs. Addiej
MeCht tney Iu:h returned from Oel-j
wein. Ia. where she spent two months:
during 'he illness ami death of her
lathe;. James Karnsh 'w.
Ogden Typewriter House for typo
writers and repairs. 242:' Hudson!
avenue. i'hon- 236
Deaths and funerals
iRDLdBUGH, um ral Ices
for Elisabeth Carroll Wardellgh win I
be held today at 3 o'clock tn tho
Methodist church. The body may be
viewed today until 1:80 o'olock at the I
residence. 2J1") Quincy a enue
DIXON James Dixon. 62 dud at at
local hospital yesterday He had been,
a resident of i?dcn for the pnm twenty-five
years .nd was the father ofl
Mrs Vred Miller 1'iinenil 9in'lrr will
i i i eid Monday ai 2 o'clock "t the
(Clrkendall funeral chapel, Kev. J. E.
' ;irwr will offirlate. Intermont will
ho n the Montaln View cemetery.
VUJOSBVIOH Garlja Vujosevich,
aged (6, died at a local hospital yes-l
terday. He had been a resident of,
gdcn for three years. Funeral an
nouncement will be made later.
Weber Floral furnishes the flowers.
hSKED TO VACATE,
LONDON, Dec 4. Envlr Pasha,
former Turkish war minister, has been
asked by the government to leave i
I rmany, says a Berlin dispatch to the
Central News today
3 Big Meals a Day
Bui Still Thin
Why ! it that ho man') people who
eat three hearty meals a day are so
thin and emaciated'.' It is not because
they do not eat enough, but simply be-j
' iuusc they require more natural phos
pha; and Iron In their system than
I food alone hi able to supply. It Is:
I'Call) remarkable what Blood-Iron I
Phosphate will do for such people; It
Strengthens their nerves and enriches!
their blood, puts the bloom of health
1 Into their cheeks and. best of all, it
; enables ihem t put on pounds of solid
health flesh. Even elderly people
I who have tried Blood -Iron Phosphate
say it make them feel from ten to
twenty years younger uid lis benefit Is
as lusting as it Is certain. As it is 1
j-old under a hlnrtlnK guarantee of sat
isfaction or money back, there can be j
j no reason why you should not go toi
the Mclntyre Drug store or any other
dru?KlNt and get enough Blood-Iron
Phosphate for a three weeks' test to
day and so eiiin that superb energy!
and flm dominating forcefuluess
Which go hand In hand with fUCOSSI
it costi only ?i so if you are pleased
nothing if you aren t delighted.
FIRST LADY TOILET ARTICLES
Monday, Dec. 6th
ALL DAY UNTIL 9 P. M.
Endorsed by the Six Largest Beauty Parlors
in the State
Ensip Drug Co.
335 Twenty-fourth Street Phone 623
!! SBS IllgSlI I I I I i f "TT.it fV-.T. JMtJjSBayMBr-r -TTTT- IT "ST
LONDON, Nov. 13. I Correspond-
ence of the Associated Press.) Th I
"Mad Mullah " the dervish leader who j
seems to bear a charmed life, is now
in Abyssinia, nafe from British pur- i
suit, but of his numerous wives, sons
and relatives, only bis eldest son and
a brother escaped with him.
In the British campaign against
him, 60 ot his personal followers wen
killed, imludinif seven of his snj.
seven close relatives and four of hi
:idi-ers. Six FOis. his five wives,
four daughters and two sisters were!
picturesoiie details of the fruitless
attempts to capture the dervish chb-f-tftln
are jclven In an official dispatch
from Geoffrey l'rancls Archer. the'
'.irittsh governor of that protectorate. I
4 In the early months of this year.
the dervish forces were complete!)
routed, but tho mullah himself once i
more rrot away Into the interior.
Bcwnbing airplanes were used in the I
campaign and the dispatch records!
that on the npprcaeh of the first Sir
squad, the muM.ih e.ilt' -teit li! people
around him and awaited their coming
under a white- canopy used on state ,
Some dervishes afterward reported,
thai the mullah saw in the airplanes
"a divine manifestation. others said
that he bad been told that the ma-j
chines were Turkish and came from !
Statnboul Const-mtlnople to eonvey
the sultan's greetings.
It was during this f'rst air raid that!
the mullah najrrowly escaped wltti his'
life. Ills robes were ringed by a bomb I
nd he afterward prudently took ref- I
nge In caves.
For many days, says the dispatch, 1
the mullah was pursued ty the camel)
eorps, often on half rations and even
on no ra'lons at all. The chase was
kept up doy end night until there was
nothing further to pursue from the
sea to the southern border of Lhe pro- .
One group of fuglUvea whose tracks i
v. re f. Jlfi'ved lanic 'i out to l"- not
the mullah and his bodyguard, but a
party of Abyssinians. Most of the i
partv were killed, the dispatch adds
and the mullah, who was close at
hind all the time, saw their fate from!
a hiding plaee on a neighboring hill.
EMPLOYES LAID OFF.
OAKLAND. Cal., Dec. I. Business
depression H given as the reason for
lhe lay oii of 125 employes 'of the
West Oakland shops of the South
ern Laclfic. The master mechanlc'9 j
office stales that the condllions are
peneral throughout the division.
Tour Iviodred and twenty-five men
will be laid off next Wednesday at i
the Sacramento shops of the com- '
pany, it was stated here.
LARGE WILDCAT B ..l l
V1SAL1A. Cal . Dec. 1. The first
- official" lion bunt in the Sequoia'
national park ended with lh- bagging,
I of one large eat and the evident fatal I
WOUhdlng of a second, both shots by
i V. B Bruce, Official lion hunter of
tho state. The party was led by I
'Stephen T. Mather, director Of nation-j
al parky, and Included park and state i
officials. The hunters spent but two
days "on the trail" and came out with
the belief that at least a dozen cats
might have been killed had time per
! mittcd. The park regions seem to have 1
i attracted the lions this season, move
i having been seen there this yeai than
T pn)oQf will b hppy to lrn lljt
thtj B r t MlUy rrJur their welpLi
jjjtK rriilnnt UrTXtlen dint.
T ('r4i;'r' fuf. or klreuuiut
ftJS If Ton orcrt'.vat.
f VW Br6 Ton loworinf your i-
M 1 " T l triiuc Ihlt
I A BA. xcets burdeat Dos't
V j Wm JPrdije your bttlib or
. HH f " 'uhlnff Hock nr
a VlBr lnITr B bnppyl
Off lollow thfl gimp!o dir-
lfS t!on of th o Koran iyi-
r Tiff 1 1 Sif rd proMsat:
M mniPiidnl by rajny r-
3 ' JI Ilsbll ifo:uni and men.
I Wf d'Jrtlon rrports eomo la
IJa Tn flr Jntt a few
jTSpf t' trtatmeij Wna
tad Htm t!i ' ncU
b ( o dm jm V.
firm, ihe ikln imooiti nii CA
tti-o i:oo?ral ..jltli im ggK I
prnttd; ia f -t. work
iftnn taiier m I a 1 ic b t JO A V
er more buoj . foTlnc MM ' I
tks pourijioi, ' tho MB l
whole tu r. Ji i, a Qr.o J
ent!oo m,i t,ng wU I
unj tft!lre youuirnr, gup- Sffl r
pie cbeirfol, actia alart W i
and foil of eotbuilaim. M A
To reduoe tea to ility W (
lbi. (whatever yon r.ci p K
to) yoQhonldrmw flcreKO- ft"YV
ftBLM iyv.Mii a tril. Km te-'j
will probably find it li tJSlS"
Juit what you oed. 8tnr
on tbe road to lotiKar lit 8,r" i
anil bappmrrn todnv. Ob
tain a raill box of Korela tabalas (pre
rocared knretn) under muney-baek guar
anty at any baiy drug atora or wriie It
free bro-hae. with naany teitlmoalali tn
Kor.la Co, BUUob X. Now York I
GALiVESTON, Tex. Dec. 1. TheJ
rast en! extension to Gal'c-ston'"? ;r- it
wall will ho etm-.pleterl bv Aiir I.
II I, predicts Major L. M Adams, l". i
H. A., engineer in charpc of the work. 1
To dale Hiia fet have been construct
ed, while abOUt 1200 feet remain to be
built. The project la being built at
the expense of the government.
Comparative figures for the original
wall and for the ext.psion now under
construction show that post-war con- i
ditlons have laid an almost ptohibl-
five hand upon great engineer! pit proj
ects. To complete the end extension, the ;
rivers and harbors committee at
Washington has been aSked to appro
priate ll.r.00.000. The orisrinal
wall approximately fe miles in I
length- -tiuilt after the dl itr w s l oei,
etorm, In which thousands of persons
lost their lives and millions of dol
lars in damage done. co.-i only IS. 090.-
The sovemment's extension, as also
Is the wall completed In 1904, Is IT
feet above the mta?i low fide and
roughly 1 . T feet above the njgb water!
mnrk of the lSOOastorw. It Is five i
feet at its crest, with a base of If.
feel, sloping toward the vulf. Mi the.
landward s de the wall is banked with
earth over which has been on III Gal.
veston's famous "Seawall boulevard "
while hujje jcranlte boulders protner
the foundation of the wall from ero
sion of the waves,
EFFECTS OF DRY LAWS
INTEREST COLLEGE MEN
CHICAGO. Dee. 1. College stu
dents acting under the direction of
profesvors of economics and sociology
In a number of colleges and universi
ties will undertake q Survey Of the
effects of prohibition in their com
munities early In it is announct i
here by t.'te Intercolleelare rrohlbltlor,
association The Investigation will he
made under the aUSpiceS of this or
gS n Isal ion.
"The inquiry will seek to ascertain
Just what eft'tct prohibition has had
upon every line of industry- business
and Investment." L. D. Kackler. pub
licity secretary of the assoelatloe. aald.
"Tt .will also try to ascertain Just what j
Mie result has been In regard to crime.
health, recreation, scholarship, home
life and social welfare."
TAX DODGERS APE SENT TO JAIL
MBTHUBN.- The first city Jo pun
Ish tav dodgers and delinquents In
thiK State Is tho "baby city of
Methuen." Three of the city's well
known men who failed to pay ,ip
their back poll taxes were sentenced
to the "debtors' wing" at the Law
rnee house of correction. Two of
them quit the jail after the first day
and the third worked out seven das.
The men were permitted rooro lib
erties than the regular prisoners, the
only orders exacted outride of regu
lar prison rule being that they keep
their rooms clean. A plan Is now
afoot to Jail Lawrence tax delin
quents, and before the work is over
several debtors lo the city in tax
will be lasting jull fare.
SCIENCE NABS THIEF.
TACOMA. Wash., Nov. 21.--Precise,
up to date science played an excep
tional part here recently in the appre
hension of a Ihtef. A tuberculosis
syringe was found on a man charged
with vagrancy. Dr. G. G. R. Kunz had
reported the theft of such a syringe
to the police Dr. Kunz examined the
syringe under Ihe microscope, found
trace. of the vaccine he hail used, and
convinced the court ihe syringe be
longed lo him.
MI Kit i Ti (MOBILES
GLUT IND1 M VRKET
LONDON Tndla a glutted with
American motor cars, according to a
report which has been received here
; ft om Bombay.
The report states that 900 American!
cars are at present lying at the Rom
bay docks unclaimed Most of tho;
I motor car firms are said to be reduc-j
ing their prices and that this is par-'
Itlcularly so of the firms hauling
i A merlcan cars.
The importation Of English cars
iKald to have practically ceased, the!
I manufacturers declining to meet the
reduced prices of the American cars.'
I si B-CH kSBR
I OR FIR DKPARTM1 M
(By International News Sdrvlc.) ;
U iSToN "Radio the chief wo,
have, located the fire and will stand
bj until the arrival of the engines" j
The above may actually take place
i provided Mayor Peter's desire to se
cure a suh-chaser for the Boston Flrol
Department , realized. lie has au-j
, thorized i-'ire Commissioner Murphy
'to go to Washington and Investigate
lhe possibilities Ot the wartime sub-!
Chasers the government is now selling i
to senboard cities.
K I HER DECIDED
i ( ) KM I ' 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 1
AUGUSTA, Ky. Following the mar
ringe of Mi?i Marie McGovney Jest
1 1 irslv. her mother declined in ki- her
up. and the hrldepinom wen bomel
SANTA GLAUS HEADQUARTERS 1
WE HAVE A VERY MUCH LARGER STOCK
THAN EVER BEFORE. AND A GREATER I
VARIETY FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE j
Flandkerchiefs for children misses, women and
men in hemstitched, embroidered and sport effects ,
in cheaper linen and real and Switzerland imported
qualities. Appenzell's in single and Christmas
Beautifully colored beacon blanket robes in
light and dark grounds for men and women.
MM - $5.95 - $7.95 1
The Leader's stock is complete with holiday merchandise
for Sister, Brother. Mother and DacL
First Woman to
ENRICA CLAY DILLON
WASHINGTON Miss Bnrico Clav ,
Dillon, daughter of the lato judge
Henry Clfiy Ti'.lloi of California, is'
the first woman to enter the field of
opera producing. She Is producer fori
the Washington Opera company. Mlsi
l'illon studied In Italy
PARTS FOR STILLS.
LOS ANGELES. Cal., Dec. 4 Pro
Ihlbltion enforcement officialo said to-,
day the planned to refer to Washing
ton for a ruling an Inquiry as to
whether the-, could check up tin-1
smiths in southern California to see
I whether any of them were supplingi
parts for private aUlls used in mak
ing contraband liquor.
A number of stills confiscated re- j
cently showed expert workmanship,
officers said, and (hey believed tho
Owners had called on skilled work
men to build certain parts.
The dry officers said they hoped
lO get a ruling requiring all tin- j
smiths to report any such work with
S I 1 1 N . I N 1M1 B I M
HOM1 DREW Hi t M l S
SAN FRANCI9CO In her suit for
divorce Mrs. Kthan W. Scott Introdn.--ed
five notebook filled with nam. I
; ad addn W I and recipes for home
BOOTLEG STUFF h
FLOODS MONTANA L
Professional boOtlegKors who are de-
l.i red to have made fortunes trans- M
porting liquor n cross the Canadian E
boundary are perturbed by news from
Ing ton, i ( . that the federal J
prohibition enforcement machinery of 1
the national capital is turnins its at- I
tention t j the so-called "Montana pipe
line. according to United States offi
cers here. j
With Great I"all3 as the mouth of
the funnel, the pipe line" has three
crossings from Canada, it Is said by
those In touch with the workings ,of
tlv iw-gil tr.ifiir. which la declared
to be well Organised and to include
hundreds of homesteaders railroad ,
men and automobile drivers. One 1
reputed entrance is across the bound- I
:ir Sweet grass Th:.- route- fellows I
the Great Northern railway through
Shelby, Montana, to Great Falls The
whisky Is said to travel both by truln.
concealed In coal and other heavy
fr-iRht, and by automobile.
The principal "syphon" for the pipe
line Is said to be t a point north of
Havre, Alor.tuna. A rancher living on
tho MUk river some miles below the
border, is said to have accumulated a
fortune transferring whisky across the
river by a home made aerial cable at
a charge of $5 a case From Havre
alternate means of transportation
arc afforded by railroad or automobile
highway to Great Falls.
The third route for the transport
ing of liquor across the line, is said
to be at Portal, in North Dakota. I
( 'onrlscatlon of automobiles has failed ,
to curtail the traffic. Fast motor cars,
with sheet iron plates hung over them
to deflect bullets, now travel in
bunches of three, according to the pro
hibition enforcement men The front
car is p pathfinder end "trouble hunt
er." Ii carries nothing but a pnrty
of tourists. Th.. middle car Is the
carrier and Is usually loaded with .is I '
tinny cases of whisky as it can cany.
The third car is a lookout, to prevent
enforcement officers in faster cars
from coii-.n : up i:-om behind.
So great has the traffic become, I
it la said, and so large the quantity
of smuggled Uquof been, that many
men arrested for moonshmging have 4
complained that the Canadian bottled
goods can be obtained cheaper than I
they can manufacture and sell their r i
Illicit liquor. Jj 1
n LKGRAM TO POET.
HOME. Dee. 4. A telegram signed J J
membi of thi senate was J
sent today to d'Annunzo exhorting I I
him to delist from an impulsive act 1 I
and from any step which might cause j 1
a fratricidal conflict and be a source i J
of discord In Italv I 1
Alexander Cafe No. 2 '
180 Twenty-fifth Street
(No connection with Alexander PKce No. 1)
GROCERIES AND MEATS DROPPED ; WE CUT
OUR PRICES 20 PER CENT
Try Our 30c Lunch to Take Out
Cream WutTles and Coffee, 20c; Served A3 Pay
Hot Cakes and Coffee, 15c
Walk a Couple of Blocks and Save 50c a Day I