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ifl PAGE TOUR " THE BUN PRIOE" UTAH-EYEEY TBIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 192J,
iH Iraucil Hry Krhtny Uy Sun Publish-
iH InR Co. (lnc ) II XV Crockett. Mgr
iH Subotrlrtlon, I J 00 the Acfir, office
iH Phono No. 3 HmMuTicc, No. 133MI.
H HntefMl mi Second-Clfuw Mali Mnt-
H tor, June , lilt, at Portofflco nt Price,
ijll Utah. Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
H AIVHlcriSl.(J KATIM.
H Display Matter Per Inch tier Month,
IMS; Slnitlo Imue, 80c Special l'o-
B union. It Per Cent Additional.
H Lctral Ten Cent the Lino Bach In-
eertlon. Count Blx Word to the Line.
H Summons, til SO, Water Applied-
iHj tlon. IU.00; rinal Proof, 110.00.
H Hmder Ten Centii tho Line. Count
Six Word to tho Line, ntackfaco
H T)pe fifteen Cents the Line.
H Olrilunrtea. Carita of Thnnkn, ttoeolu-
tlttns. Ktc. at Half I .oca I Heading
Notice Hatea. Count Hlx Words to
ilB AdMa. for Sale. Kor Kent. 1'ound.
I.OM. Ktc. Two Centa per Word
H llach lemie No Charge Aooounu
H Addreaa All Communications to
j SUN PUBLISHING 00.,
H Price. Utah.
H I unit moiirnlne without TIio Bnnj
JH t momI up nmt rrlc1 In tho coiirtckb-
JH tlnn. Job, 30.28.
m Drowning used to be a legal punish-
JH ment in England.
H Iimlon street were first lighted
iH with wll IantM bsek in 1081.
H The largest lake in Japan take
lll ItlwH 1 only thirty-six miles lonjr.
1 Vodka exweds in strength the nl
iH oolwlle boversfss of imy other eoun
PH More o4l Ims run to waste In the
JH United State than over reached the
H The Hrtiflrial flower Industry In
B Itagiattd tHiHilyea more Until ten
PPJ ttHHMtml HrwmN.
H Twtas, Georgia anil South Carolina
V produw more than half of the cotton
H in Ike United States.
H Thirty-five privnte scerelnrie are
H employed to look after the eorrw-
B H)inlutieo of the mikj.
H One feature of JntMtnee weddings
H is tho building of n bonfire made of
the toys of tho bride.
M YOUR WISE INVESTOR HOLD
M INQ ONTO HIS BONDS.
Hj Nntionnl hnnks in ninny of the most
H ini)ortnut cities of the country nro
H nlreudy nrnrh cully Intro of lihorty
B lonn ImiiuIh mid victory liberty lonn
1 iioIm iih far ns ownorslilii pies. Tho
B total amount of liberty bonds owned
BB by nil the nntioiml Imnka in tho citiw
BBW of Chicfltfo, Kt. IiiIh nnd IJoston coin.
BBB bincd on Juno 30, 1020, nmouutcd to
Bft only $11,071,000, ncconbnt; to figured
BBV from tho coniitrollor of the currency.
BftB llnnk loam on liberty bond nnd vie-
BH tory liberty lonn notM nro steadily
BH diminiihintr, while only 4V6or cent of
BBJ nntionnl bank rwourcM uro now notu-
BBJ ally invwitcd in those securitiea which
BBJ nro miwlly owned at present by per-
BBJ nuinent iuvestorn. It Is stated that tho
BH amount of liberty loan bonds nnd ic-
BBJ tory liberty lonn notes ouiunl by tho
BBJ nntionnl bunks on Juno 30, lt), wns
H only l,027,t)SU,000. Then tho total re.
BBJ rourros of the nntionnl Imnlu on Juno
BBJ 30th, last, wus gien as $,100,000,.
BBJ 000. Tho holdinpi of tho country ua
BBJ tlonal bsuks, that is to say thoso out-
BBJ side of tho rooorvu and centml rcsorvo
BBJ oil Ion, nro said to be exceedingly
BBJ small in many states as compared
BBJ with their holding of other bonds
BBJ and their total resource. All of tho
BBJ country national hanks in New York
BBJ state held only .12,Uir,(H)0 worth of
BBJ liberty bonds as collateral tor loans.
BBJ Tho only other states whose country
BBJ national banks held in the Hgtfrwtfuto
BBJ as collateral for loans as much as 110,-
BBJ (HI0,(HHIof liberty bonds were Penusvl-
BBJ uniu. 31,-i:H.(M)0; New Jersey, $10,-
BBJ OM.WII), and Massachusetts, i:t,litl7,-
BBJ 000, As liberty lainds and ietury
BBJ lilierty loan miles jcradimll.v find their
BBJ way into the liands of wnnmiwit
BBJ iHdilers, it is the otinion of tfuMiivivrs
BBJ that we may look for an even tifiul
BBJ of lb lajuds towunls par. It is the
BB "wise investor wlu is lioldintf on to Ins
B REAL ErFBOTS Or OARELrSS-
H MBID ARE SHOWN.
H Wo don 'i have much of a idtsnee in
BBJ towns the sise of those here in Hast-
BBJ orn Utah to the real effects of
BBJ wireless letter writing or, rather the
BBJ rtwults of insutfietent emelow ad-
BBJ drossing. Now nnd then a writer for-
BBJ wsta to add the name ot the state alter
BBJ the towp or eity appearing on the en-
BBJ ulope, but in the smaller towns
BBJ where the postmaster knows almost
BBJ oeroue who gets or sends mail at
BBJ his office the mistake eun easily be
BBJ rectified. Hut it is diffeient in large
BBJ eitfoH nnd there are hundred of let
BBJ turn piled up overy week for dispatuh
H to the dead letter office. Someone
H from here, for instance, addresses an-
H other in New York City or Chicago or
BBJ some other large city. The address
BBJ looks good to the looal ostiunstor and
H ha sends the letter on its way. When
H it rasehes its destination the clerks
BBJ dier.er there is no such street or no
BBJ suoli numhei. And if tho uuvooo
BBJ dous not bar a return card that let-
H tor goes to the dead lettsr offioe. No
H inatiar how imortnut it may ha no
H innttar if it oontalns money or vnlti-
H nblo papgrs if thoro is no address in
H tho corner of tho envelope to which it
H can bo returned it is lost. For that
H reason and no better reason is need-
B od Tho San ixjints out tho wiscness
of having always handy cnV?ll"
uwn which nnmo nnd address anil 3
return request nro printed. Thoy coft
but n few conts moro than the blnuk
cnxclopc. Tho little return card in
tho comor is tho best insurance in tho
world ngninst loss. It means the re
turn of tho letter in tho event it can
not bo delivered. Ono should not hes
itate long to have enclopc9 printed
even as jour Uncle Sam ndvises.
A SOLDIER AND WORKER
Pt V. Fisher, the democratic nomi
nee for the four-jonr term ns com
missioner, has been a resident of Car
bon county for twelve years, at Hol
per. A foroior railroad man, in the
employ of tli local road. Ho enlisted
for the big fight, nnd went to France
Itetuming, he engaged in the dray,
transfer and vulcanising business at
his old home town, IMjmt Is mar
ried, a taxpayer, and id presenting
him for commission"!-, the democrats
feel that they are offering you n
catable solid cilircn whose efforts to
sen a Carbon county will be along
right and proper lines.
Democratic County Central Committee
Nell M. MmlTii, Clinlrmnn.
SHOOT COMPELLED TO HAKE RE
TRACTION Of STATEMENT
Church Leaders Shown Not to Ilavo
Changed Approval of Loaguo
Senator Rmoot hns been made to re
tract his statements inferring Hint tho
first presidency of tho "Mormon"
church hns chnnged its attitude on tho
league of nations. In n speech nl
Tooele, October 10th, Senator Smoot
quoted n paragraph from a message of
the' first presidency published in the
Christmas News, December '20, 1010.
He said the message was the last ex
pression of tho church authorities on
the subjeet of tho league of nut lolls
and attempted to show that they, with
others, ns he contended, had changed
their mlds on tho league. Sonator
Smoot 's statement was manifestly an
attempt to convey a false, impression.
Ho read only n jxirt of the message of
tho first presidency, omitting the larg
est nnd most iuqiorlant jwrt favor
able to tho league. Tho publication
of his Tooelo speech caused tho mem
bers of the first presidency to de
mand n ntrnction. This Senator
Smoot promised to do in n speech at
Ogdcn Monday. In that enforced re
traction ho said:
"My statement that millions of
people In tho United States kavo
changed their minds oinco tho treaty
was brought to this county is absolu
tely true, BUT I DO NOT WIBII TO
BE UNDERSTOOD AS INCLUDING
TIIE FIRBT PRESIDENCY AMONG
TUB NUMBER, AS I HAD NO IN
TENTION OR THOUGHT OF DO
INO SO AND HAVE NO INTEN
Senntor Smoot did not sny directly
that tho church authorities had
changed their minds on tho loaguo of
nations, but ho implied ns much by
inference. It was to correct this in
ference that ho was required to sup
plement his remarks at Tooelo by
quoting tho full text of tho Christmas
message, and making this statement.
Tho first presidency of tho church
hns not changed its attitudo on tho
Icaguo of nations from that expressed
in unqualified approval at tho 1010
October conference. At that timo
tho sentiment of tho church was ex
pressed by President 1 Ichor J. (Irant,
who, after signing n manifesto urging
tho ratification of the treaty of jionco
and league of nations without rosir
vutinn or amendment said:
"The sentiment contained In tho
manifesto express my personal posi
tion with regard to tlio league of na
tions, and sinee signing the telegrum
1 have neither heard nor read any
thing that has in any degree changed
my position on this important ques
tion." ( Political Advertisement.)
Tip Top Flour
Hotter lliaii eer. It nmkes liroml
like mother used to make. Wo bcl!oo
Unit Tip Top U tlio lxHt Mift iilioat
flour In I'mli, So will sou ulicn jou
try It. AU sour unxer forr Tip Top.
Price Commission Co.
South Ninth Street,
SWEET THINGS FOR SWEETHEARTS
o ir line of home made confection
ery Is most i ni(lete I not think
oi liuylntf unlit you have soon what
hoe t- i ffer ou our ho ian
dles are fresh and delUlous and are
Hlau a source of dellKht. Wo have
the liox now, young man, and )our
hevt wlrl Is ux.KKtliif It lie oreain ly
the pint, quart or quantity luir wclu
fountain UrlnUb are pleasing
Busy Bee Candy Co.
The lack of it in Senator Harding is turning a great wave
of Republican sentiment to Gov. James M. Cox.
. The League of Nations cannot be a reality
if Harding is elected unless
"SOMEONE SUPPLIES HIM WITH THE LOGIC AND COURAGE WHICH
HE NOW SO NOTORIOUSLY LACKS."
"IF COX IS ELECTED THE TREATY WILL BE RESUBMITTED TO THE
SENATE AND HE WILL SEEK AGREEMENT ON ANY REASONABLE AND
"IF HARDING IS ELECTED HE WILL HAVE TO VIOLATE ONE-HALF
OF HIS PRONOUNCEMENTS AND FIGHT THE VERY MEN HE IS AFRAID
TO FIGHT NOW TO RESUBMIT IT AT ALL ON ANY BASIS."
"WITHOUT SUCH RESUBMISSION EVEN A UNANIMOUS SENATE
COULD NOT PUT US INTO A LEAGUE OF NATIONS, EVEN WITH UNANI
MOUSLY SATISFACTORY RESERVATIONS."
The Beginning of a Landslide
The above are excerpts from a telegram sent to Senator Key Pittman, manager
of the Western headquarters of the democratic national committee, by
Chester H. Rowell
Former Republican State Chairman of California, and a member four years
ago of the republican national committee.
''I Consider It My Republican Duty to Support
"In view of the frankness and couraco with which Governor Gov has demolished Ellhu Hoot's attempt to put him In an IrapossN
hie position on tho Leaguo of Nations, I can no longer refrain from authorizing you to announce mo definitely a supporter of Cox. I
have not hecomo a democrat. I am still a republican.
"I agreo that tho courso outlinod for Ssnator Harding by Root, Taft, Hoover and others Is tho logieal one, and If he is elected I
shall be glad to support them In urging htm to carry it out. but, while their logic is clear, thore Is no indication that nardlng under-
I stands it, and it is still uncertain which group of leaders will intimidato him after election.
"The irreconcilable opponents of any league are intimidating him now.
"In either case, I would rather support a living man than a passive object for president.
"Cox has boldy met the attempt to Jockey him into one impossible position on tho league.
"Harding has weakly allowed himself to be intimidated into tho opposito impossibility,
"If Cox is elected the treaty will bo resubmitted to the senate and ho will seek agreement on ANY reseonablo and sincere basis.
"If Harding is olected lie will have to violate one-half of his pronouncements and fight the very men 1m is afraid to fight now
M to resubmit it AT ALL ON ANY BASIS. Without suoh resubmission even a unanimous senate could not put us into the Leaguo of 1
II Nations, even with unanimously satisfactory reservations, I
"I, therefore, disagree with my ropublloon pro-loaguo friends, who argue that tho election of Cox would continue the present (
I deadlock, while tho election of nardlng would reopen negotiations.
1 "The election of Cox would reopen tho question automatically on a basis promising practical agreemont.
fl "The ehctlon of nardlng could reopen it only if someone would then supply him with tho loglo and courage which ho now so I
H notoriously lacks. R
I "If he Is elected I will give my support to those who arc tryingto furnish that courage, but I cannot take the responsibility of con-
I tributing even my personal voto to his election,
I "Whatever was tho case earlier in tho campaigu, tho League of Nations is now tho issue. As former republican state chairman
H and member four years ago of the republican national campaign committee, I consider it my republican duty to support Governor
(Signed) "CHESTER H. ROWELL."
I REPUBLICANS AND INDEPENDENTS:
I WHICH WILL YOU REVEAL ON ELECTION DAY, YOUR POLITICAL
COURAGE OR YOUR AMERICAN COURAGE?
The League of Nations Is For Peace
B COX FAVORS GOING IN. HARDING HAS TURNED HIS BACK. I
fl (Political Advertisement,) v I