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rOjA AY EVENING. OCTOBER 26, 1922 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 9 '
M. of Organization
ihfEdi Own Luncheon
A L wanls- today ob-
jNtSnus Smith. selections by
BgU 1 ,,recn-
kE com m . nit y st i gl n g a n d
frKfril'i'n'1) lUriry Volker.
fenr'i''n'rii't ,hat the
Kfomin- -UniKr given
l,K"h,. bom- an-i 1 usim - of
Kulft. the undertaker.
iVK'GTON W : J ' H -fling.
SlBoTernor of the tY.bral re-
ll'sard '' ncvt wv,c for
. Kinivo :hc financial situation
U fcy to a:s!siin.' In I i. insial i
R K ban,.mc . in .--mm. wlrit
Bo the American federal rc-
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HBtO hl3 home for several days
IbHES OF INJIRIES.
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jlfctmeru o: j. ,n .
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la the Satrrnan i: iV.i i; : ,-ui..l
a LfV a hal' mi,a south rfi
Wine, 13 mlli-b Mum here.
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Wt the other thn w . r st I I
p. The men entombeel are I
: Babbitt of Ft. Augustine, i
the mine and pr-.sbl. ir ,.(
limine bank. Will Andoraon J
KKersoi uod miner
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lio d John Wilson, negro.
aault with Intent to corn-r-
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of October :o AS llson.
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WHAT EVERY PROPERTY OWNER KNOWS
. ; Aeocrr 5eLLt-io vcxjpl l Jt2 I who tolC vou mv hoosc va? for
) place r i OrHG-rr m-i -7 -rv 7ALtr p vvet't. ' vc Ntee coNStoepco
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SELL CMV HOUSE- How ManvTimcs (viErt oown 5TA.(i$,THev i'm WHane! ,
Do I HAve "To TeiL You? h Place awamtto guyouft House Kg r l
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BY LAST WORDS
I BuISK. Idaho. Oct 26. The su
I prenie court departed from Its usual
procedure Wednesday and exploited
tho thoughts uppermost in the mind
of a man who i about to die, whn
it affirmed tho decision of the lower
i ourt In tho caxe against Jerry Wil
liams, convicted of voluntary man
Tho decision of the case for the
most part hinged on the dying dec
laration of Alfred Sasscll, who, It Is
alleged, Williams shot and mortally
wounded October 8, 121, near I'oca
tello, Sasscll died a few days later
A Jury in the lower court found
Williams puilty and he vus sentenced
to serve from two to 10 years in the
stato prison. The supreme court
Wednesday affirmed this order and
all the members concurred in the de
cision, which was written by Chief
Justice John C. Rice.
Tho defense objected to tho admit
tance of the dying confession of Bas
sell as told by tho doctor who at
tended him, because in it Saaseli is
alleged to have told how the shoot
ing occurred and this story was dif
ferent from that old by Williams, who
claimed he Fhot In self-defense.
The supreme court, however, de
cided that the declaration was prop
erly admitted In evidence, and upheld
this stand by citing many slmisar
NOT RELIGIOUS MN
Another point brought out by the
defense was that Sassili was not a ro
llglous man, and did not believe in
future rewards and punishments and
for this reason alleged that his dec
laration was not a true statement of
n f fairs. The court decided the dec
laration oould he admitt-d without
the preliminary proof thai the dec
larant believed In a future state cf
rewards and puni.vhments.
Tho court placed ltsol f on reoord
as putting more faith In the truth
fulness of a declaration f : person
aboi to die than In any other kind
WHITE CLOUD, Mich , Oct. 2 6.
Mrs. Meda Hodell, 20-year-oldswamp
1 country girl, was found polity of first
degree murder by a circuit courft jury
hero today in' connection with the
death of her invalid father-in-law.
David Hodell. Th- Jury had dellb
. r.ite.j a little moro than two hours.
FAMILY SO LARGE
LA PORTE. Ind.. Oct 26. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Scott Wednesday laid
claim to the record family of the
middle west in ton years of married
life, announcing that in that time
threo sets of triplets ami tso sets of
twins, all boys, had been born to
them. The Scotts. with tholr 13 living
children, boarded a train Wednesday
tor tho west in search of land to pro
vide sustenance and employment for
When tho mother proffered one
fare for herself, as the children aro
all under five years of age, tho con
"Wo can't carry a Sunday school
"But they are my children," she
Then the family Bible was produced
from the luggage oTPi it showed thoro
wor Ashbel. Archer and Austin, each
H years old, Arthur and Arnold, each
3Ve. Allen. Almon and Albion, each
Hb, AJfrtd. Albert and Adolph. each
IS month, and Abel and Abnr, each
I 1t month.
OF U. NAVY
BOISE. Ida . Oct. 26 In accord
ance with a request from the Navy
league of the United States in Wash
ington. (ioornor W. D Davis Issued
the following statement dealing with
the observance of Navy Day," Octo-1
i 'There is no more inspiring page in1
I history than that which tells of the'
heroic deeds of the U. S. naval offl-,
cers andmen. It is filled with stories
of valorous service.
"But we should not at any time
lose sight of the ever urging fact that
the navy in time of peace has been as
active in the preservation of peace as
it lias beCn active during th- neces
sity of war. Our great country, a
short time ago, led In a courageous
experiment in forcing the limitation of
arms, blit we must forget that until
a new thought comes over the world,
our best Interests lie in the upholding
'of tho best traditions of the navy, as.
an Instrument for peace.
"Although Idaho la an Inland state
and its people know little of the sea,
our people are an intelligent people
and are proud of the U K navy. A
great battleship has be n named The
Idaho.' Let us hope its great fighting
machinery may never be unloosed in'
war, but that its commanding strength
may protect, without the necessity of
bloodshed, the liberty loving people of
"1 hope Navy Day. October 27. 1922.
'may inspire in us a thought of rever
ence for the memories of naval heroes
Of the past and a respect for those
now active in an organization which
means so much to our welfare.
EXPECTS LINERS TO
ENFORCE 'DRY' LAWS
WASHINGTON, Oct. U For the
'present at least prohibition enforce
ment on American liners on the high
;scas will be loft largely to tho in
dividual steamship companies, it was
disclosed today at tho treasury. Offl
. a said there was no force that
..old i.o utilized for this purpose, and
intimated that it would be impractic
able to undertake to place an enforce-1
POTATO MARKET IN
DANGER OF BREAKING
FARGO N D. Oct. 26. "The car
service l-ullctin of the American Rail
way association Wednesday issued the
most drastic kind of orders, forcing
'return of cars from western lines to
the northwest to meet the emergency
'confronting farmers." says a t-legram
'from that body, received by II IT
, Fuller, secretary of the North Dakota
farm bureau, tc-lay.
' Mr. Fuller makes the point, bow
lever, that very few potatoes are go
I lug into storage in the city and that
the markets are already iiipplled and
that there is grave danger of breaking
The price was down to f cents to-
day, he said.
Catarrh Will Go
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Complete Relief in a Few
Don't go on hawking yourself sick ev
ery morning; it's cruel, it's harmful and
If after breathing Hyomel, the wonder
worker, you aro not rid of vile cfttarrh
you can hevt our money back.
No Stomach dosing Juat take the llt
tl. hard rubber pocket lnhalor that
opmes with each outfit, and pour Into It
a fow drops of Hyomel. Breathe It ac
cording to directions. In two minute It
will relieve you of that stuffed up feel
ing. Use It dally and In a few weeks
you hhould be entirely free from catarrh.
Breathing Hyomel lu a very plcanant
and certain way to kill catarrh gurms. I
Get a Hyomel outfit toda It sold b)
druggists e-very wIkth with guarantee i:
iulckly and safely end citarrh croup,
cougne, colds, aoro throat and bionchltia
or mony bark. It's Inexpensive Advertisement.
OILS HER CLOTHES
AND TOUCHES MATCH !
FORT MORGAN, Colo, Oct. 26. i
Mrs. Jennie E. Shocke, wife of a farm- J
cr living near here, is doad today of
burns she received Wednesday by
saturating her clothes with kerosene
and igniting .them wtth a match. Her
husband A E Shocks, sustained se
vere burns in an attompt to save her
i.. tearing the tlcmlng clothing from
Mrs Shocks was the mother of six
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ing. It is enough to put a new thrill vertising.
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face to face with the question, hither f Advertising.
to ignored, as to what causes de- This fact puts within the hands of
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almost any direction if enough of assured market for all he could pro-
the right effort were applied duce.
Published by The Ogden Standard-Examiner in co-operation
with The American Association of Advertising Agencies