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iH PAGE SIX VK INDRPKNDENT KBWSPAPfin ritlDAY, JANUARY 7, 1921
I GIRL BATHERS
H Scries of Sermons Condemning
H Scanty Bathing Costumes
B Arouses Ire of Young Folks.
I IS SAVED BY SHERIFF
H Pelted With Overripe Tomatoes and
H Other Missiles, and Slapped on
H Mouth by "Hutslee" He Swore
H to Drive Out of State.
H 1'lilladelphla, I'ii Onl) tliu Intervcn-
H itm of a sheriff with c revolver saved
H tlte Itev. Frederick Koifmnnn from n
H twrlftc drubbing nt the bauds of MX)
H InfHrlfltwl summer residents of Wash-
H (HtttwiV Growing The ltev. Mr Kopf-
H msmm Imii stlrral up trouble by n
H nnrtwi of senium condemning the
M KMi balking attire of summer vlsl-
H Th self-appointed enforcer of re
H Cwm carries mm, lelur his right cje.
H h hmlse of many color He ttai jtelted
H wHh ovriite tomatoes, with stone
H ml othw missiles, nml smacked oer
H the mouth ly the ery "hussies" he
fl Wntl sworn to drive out of the state.
H The He. Mr. Kopfmnnn began the
H Oay In high spirits After the morn-
H Inc sermon Ira Jumped Into n uniting
H nulo to cot home.
H Hit En0lne Stalled.
H Unfortunately for the Itcv. Mr.
H Knpfmann the engine stalled In front
H of the CrixHns store, n few rod from
H the bathing iMvlllon. Tho parson
H thrust III head out to ask uhnt was
fl the trouble. A bather recognized him
fl awl set tip n shout.
H In nn Instant there were TrOt) or inoro
H johih: nmi and girl In scant and drip-
H HK lthlg colum clamoring nliont
M tlm ear. They swarmed iim)ii the run-
M hlHB hoard with cries of, "There he
H Is, the dirty llsardl Throw him In tho
M rlvrl Duck hlmr
M At Mil point n tomato struck tho
H parson on tho forehead. This was fol-
I fi .&
Paitor It Deaten by Oatherf.
M lawed Iij n fusillade of sticks and
M jjomw. The Itov, Mr. Kopfnmnii nunlc
H 1ifk on tho cushions. ,
H Sheriff Arr'lvei.
M i "Leave him to the girls!" shouted
H wowe onu.
j "Out with him I Duck him t" the girls
B -rlHl. "Drown him I"
H Borne of the joune women reached
M hrounJi I he window and anwckiMl the
B (trtMelwr'it tnw. Two honsy jouiii;
m mn mml tlw diHn mid rwtihed for
M mm Nnen.
M "Dtw't." Im kh1 quickly, "I eau't
H Mviw III drown."
M At tlda Jmietiiro Sheriff Arthur
M )luh4M NiMMwrttl
H WAKE BUILDINGS RAT PROOF
H Part of Federal Health Servle Cam.
B pa'on to Stamp Out Dubonlc
H "Washington. Htmnltird plmiw for
M t-nt-pwotiilK lilltlnww Imlldlnx, dwell
m 1nti nnd wlmnew nre IwIiik drawn up
H ) lln iMildle liwillli rlee an (wrt of
M It eauiwlKn to atamp hiihonU' plutiuu
H wt of t)M country 'Ihe iiInik t re to
H e fwrtiWiwl to atatea and cltlM for
M Wtonx"'"ii In hulldhiK eiHlw
H "Wldle Iwltoak plttuii In under con
H lrl In thta eoutitry, there will Hlwaa
V awtttNfwI Infection uulll the rat eau
1 aw MtfriMliMtetl." aaUl Surawwi Oen
H whI Ouwwlrui
H "Aeeoolliiit to authoritatle eatl
1 iaaIw, lltrj U one rut for every lmr-
wm In the United Stale To iniiln
M tain this lum numlier of rata coata
H the potile of llil country approxl-
m mutely 1 ent pr person oer day for
rt food, an Intolerable and unneces-
H mry hunlen or the peoplo to carry."
Hj Prize Pigeon Made Into Soup.
H Now York. I'lf teen cent Roup boiled
H rrom 4100 pedigreed plKeons was
H mnm to the patrons of n New York
H lty rttnurftnt, according to tho po
H Uco. who urrostnd a alxteen-) ear-old
H lioy on complaint of a ptseon fancier
H -who said that Ids coops of prlzo win
H nlng blrtls liatl been conslBtonllj
H robbed He valued the plceoiiv ni
Hitting Is it tiresome Job unlets one
has (tint kind of disposition.
IJItter words nrc often tho result of
biting n persimmon before It Is ripe.
If truth Is stranger than fiction. It
Is because fnct outruns Imnglnsllnn.
Few will tnke the pains to crnck the
shell of a man determined to lire In
How ono treasures tho stnllo of
strangers who overhear lis witty re
mark. Going without breakfast may benefit
the health, though It may spoil the
The man who lies until he gets him
self nnd his friends to believe It Is nn
(tome, men are too stubborn to ac
knowledge the corn until you step on
Listen to the pastor's sermon on
Sunday nnd preach one to yourself
Lockjaw ns n punishment for peo
ple who live nt kojholos would be tlt
The moon recmbto n marriage cer
tificate, because it has something to
do with the tide.
The man who has enough money in
live In Idleness won't, nml the wwr
man who would can't.
Iletter fish remain In tho sen than
ever were caught The bride neur
wed the best limn.
There I n peculiar fascination about
many thing whose origin Is attributed
to his satanlc mnjesty.
There Is n smoldering spark of wis
dom In the brntn of tho man who
knows when to go home.
The trouble with too many children
Is that the education of tho parents
has liwti sadly neglected.
Did you ecr hear of n man's get
ting married for tho purpose of having
some ono rend poetry to htmY
HAD SOMETHING TO TELL HIM
Jackie's Particular Reason for Seek
ing an Interview With 8tork
That Left New Sister.
Tor four happy years Jacklo bad
held, with great efficiency, tho tcry
Interesting not to say Iticrnthc po
sition of only child. Suggestions of
possible encroachment on his territory
had nlnn met with emphatic disap
proval. One day the family was much re
joiced by the nrrltat of n Iwby sister
for Jackie. Hut tbe announcement
of tho little now- arrlnl neemed to
hold but small Interest for him.
Decidedly bo wan no longer tho ono
nnd only child nml the new baby
seemed to have usurped hi place ni
the center of tbe family Interest.
Who wouldn't be Just n little re
svntfull Ho when he was Invited to
miiku the neipialutanco of the little
sNter be accepted with constdwHlile
Invitation, ami iiuniloiily dtMtuinded:
'Who brought tlmt Iwb) lirr
"Wh), tho stork brought br.M
"Where I that stork r asked Jackie,
hi voice outlMHieJ) cold. "1 want to
O. A. lliilcltwos, an exanilnw for the
state boMrd of sifount. Mis n twy
(hi two HiHMler maid achiMd tiNicitr
who aat In front of him In u street
ear ono day last week when the Mil
iiiihI convention of the HtHto Tenilmra'
nasoclutlon was In progresc.
"Have )ou notkiHl how the people
here put their hands out of tho side
of their automobile so much" In
quired one of tho oilier.
"Yes," replied the other.
"What do )ou supposo they do It
for do they think It Is mining, or
what!" Indianapolis News.
Blnco hu md been to Franco bo wns
verj fond of airing bis slight know I
ulgu of Trench. On leaving Ids'
friend onu evening said:
"What do jou mean I" nsked bis
"I mean goodbjc 'mi rovolr" l
'gmxl b)o' In the I'reiicli luugunge,"
Mild tho would be linguist.
"Oh, I see," ret i) red hU friend,
"Well, carbolic ndd to ou"
"What on earth dne that maaiil"
"t'nrbollc Held means 'goodbjo' In
an; laiiRUHgo," wns the leply.
It was In my father'a school dns,
when thoy still used einoral puiilsli
ment to correct recaWtrant pupil.
"Saw, Willie," said teticher, "wu
have read of the principal relKUluit
innnarclis of tho world. Can )ou tell
me which ruler Inspires the mot re
spect and fonr"
Wllllo imssel n soothing lm aver
bis knuckles which wore still sore,
"The mitt on our desk, teaehar,"
It Is related that when Judge Hen
Jsmln loppan of Ohio, who died Ir.
tho earl 70, npjillod for ndmlselnn
tn the bar of tlmt state bo was asked
Just two questions, "Mr, Teppan,
what Is law?" was tho first of (base.
"An unjust distribution of justice,"
replied tho applicant.
"What Is ofiilt T was the soeond.
"A d Imposition upyn common
He was received Into the brother
hood with opon arms.
For Economy's Sake.
Mrs. Hxo Wlmtl Vou let jour girl
off every afternoon?
Mrs. Wye Yes, Indeed, nnd It's qulto
a saving. The more she Is away the
fev.fr dishes she breaks. Boston Transcript.
HAS SOME KICK
Knocks Out Side of Massachu
setts House and Puts Three
People In Hospital.
Iloston, Mass. Friends of Olueppe
I.uiigo' family will know by this that
little Tonj'g christening bus been put
Tony Is six months old nnd wonder
fill first-born In the family, he reudl
I) becorffes the fattest, prettiest and
knonlngcst little fellow to ever in
twine ten tin) grappling books In a
father's hair nnd sing "googoo."
The proud nnd patient father has
bcin getting good and rendy for his
christening. They told the father It
wns foolish to go out nnd "bU) rtulT
at tT tbe pint when be could make n
gallon for next to nothing.
Thus not n mite of blame can tos
slbly attach to little Tony for knock-
"Blamm mm-mm," It Went
log out the side of the houso and put
ting three tieople In tho hospital, when
nt three In the morning, the family
"setting ben" blew up.
The) told (Iluseppo a gallon of
water nn his gas stove, stopped up
tight, with n pound of raisins nnd n
yeast rake In It, would bring results.
Pond molhcr-lndavv, Mrs, Gcnovrp
iwi Caimdlo, was present. It was when
the child cried In the night. All got
"lUiimm-mm mm," It went ns Olim-p-w
nxidalHed. "Scalding water, brok
n tin, HrtH of the gas Move nnd
window glass Hew," said he, 'and what
If It bad killed the dear, dear child?"
Ills scalded arm nml tle iwitlwr-ln
law's scaldwl wrlwt were llxetl up at
the MaymMrkwt Iteilef Alao arrival
at Oh surgical dsk, 33- ear-old Ar
thur Kavuaao, with should' r cut where
tb kitchen window crashed uhui blm
on the way home from visiting his
"I never cared for strong drink,"
Mbl Talker I.ungo. "We'll have the
christening with soda when our llosti
Is healed And If any one comes
around with another stheme endanger
ing the life of our only child, there'll
be another kind of enso at the Idllef
; Drops In On Class '
J Through Skylights '
, 8an rninclsco. John Travers, '
' 17 cars old, 00.1 l'cll street, J
i searching for n lost ball on the '
t root of the high school of com-
i merce crasbed through two sk)- J
lights and lutided with n show- i
i or of broken gluss, pliuter and J
timber In the inlcJIe of one of t
the main classrooms, two floors
' below, i
When the pupils recovered '
i from tho shock of Travers' '
unique eutraiuo, the) pulled him ',
i nut of the debris and took him '
J to the Central liiuergenr) hns
i pllnl, where ph)sUluns said J
J that, although he bud been se i
i verely cut on the sculp, arm and J
J laM, bis condition was not serl
t ous. J
Young Travers, who l n stu- '
' dent at the school explained
i coolly that be mistook a canvas '
J covering over the sk)ll,ht on J
i tho roof for plunking and lewped '
iqion It. i
SEEKS TO SELL DAUGHTER
Mother Offers Child for $260, as She
Is In Need of Medical At
tention. New York, Little Murgarot Me
N'ult). two and n half inrs old, of
New York clt), iim be purdmned for
S2S0 An 8dvertleineiit offering the
child at Ibis price was reuutly Insert
ed In a New York clt) newspaper b)
the mother, Katharine MiNulty, who
sa)H she Is unable to work because of
Mr and Mrs. McNnltj cnino to tho
United States from Ireland soveral
ears ago The father died three years
sgo The mother deviloped tubercu
losis and Is dependent upon friends.
She will uso the money realized on the
sale of her child In an effort to be
cured of her Illness
Jll THE UNIVERSAL CAR 11
Detroit, U. S. A., December 29, 1920. I l H
ALL FORD DEALERS: I H
II Several Inquiries have recently come to us consenting the likelihood II I m
IP of another reduction in the price of our cars, and as these Inquiries no I M
I doubt emlnate from prospective purchasers, we want to state again with I H
III I greater emphasis that Ford cars are already being sold at a figure actually B BM
III below cost, and for an Indefinite period another reduction or change in II j M
design is entirety out of the question and not at all contemplated- I H
I HI I We believe the public wilt be fair enough to fully appreciate the I 1
HI I frankness of the above when they consider the extent of our recent price I M
I HI I cut which was in Tact the equivalent of several reductions in one In our I BJ
I HI I desire to contribute toward satisfying their demands for lower living costs II M
I HI notwithstanding our sacrifice in marketing our cars at a toss until we are 1 1 H
I HI abte to materially reduce present costs through lower material prices and I H
j I greater manufacturing efficiency While we have of course made some 1 1
I HI progress in bringing down operating costs, we still have a long way to go II
l before any thought can be given to further reductions In present car prices, II I Hj
HU I so we have no hesitancy in making these open statements to acquaint you II m
Nil with the true situation. II H
You can therefore give assurance to prospective purchasers of Ford I I H
Hill cars that now Is their real opportunity to buy below cost and obtain de- II H
I HI livery. Everyone is familiar with the heavy demand for Ford cars in the l HI
J HI spring and this year wilt be no exception, as in spite of conditions, bull- I H
I HI ness Is already accumulating, so that many who desire Ford cars will be y H
HU obliged to wait perhaps until midsummer for delivery, causing considerable I H
jll! inconvenience and possibly financial tots, particularly to commercial custo- I H
We expect you to protect the interests of prospective buyers in your Is
community by placing these facts before them. Yours very truly, I
Sill Manager of Sales. I I
ALGER AUTO CO. I
AjenU, Wot )Ula iL, Soeccuorj to Wilttn Hotor Co, ...... -' v I
Sill I'llICE, UTAH 13 I
New supjily of. baby cab tires.
Ilnng jou wheels to
RODINSON'fl REPAIR SHOP
S. KUSANO I
Host JniMiirxo Menlinudlso of
Catering to tho trade of res
idents of the coal camps and sur
(JIT OUK QUOTATION 8
Cenorote Itulldlng Koutlt Ninth
Street 1'rl. o. Utah
hprlng Oleii, I'iiiIi
hurt Drinks, Auto Mull Ci
gars, Caudles, I'.li'. I'art) iIiiiiim
ma he arranged for nt any
George J. Hannah
Wo Ara Orlndlng ricuty.
liolo I lent riour. (Irnlinm
Ilour (iml (Icrmndc. Ilmt when
frcsli. Oct iIifiii right nl tlio mill.
Trier nro right.
Farmers Mill and
j. m.mm iiuiinuam,
riiono 22.1. Wo Deliver
lIUTTKIt WUAI'PKIIS I'ltlNTKD
to order, u hundred for II (0. two
hundred, it It, flvo hundred, II E0;
a thousand, tt (0 Sont parcels post
prepaid whero remittance aocompnn
fes order The Bun, t'rlco. Utah.
I want all tho hogs In Carbon
and Emory counties for ship
ment, niehest prices paid.
Will give yours the onco over
any time. Write or phono
D. Iteber Leonard,
Millets and Hhlpptrs of the
i Mines At
! Otnersl Offices. Ill New.
nous- llulldlng, Salt Lake City,
And other rectal diseases are cured
without surgery. No time lost from
business. Write for my book on rec
tal tllioasos. SENT TREE.
I. R. PARSONS, M. D.
411 Continental Bank
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
"These Are the Fuels That Have Repeat
edly Made Good For More Than Twenty- S5Biss
Five Years." VUHNifiV
1 ' WW wfMh They are IIIOII In Carbon JsVPLIIIBL-
1 I I Wl Ty are IIIOII In Sulphur Jl M rSvsSsa
I They are LOW In Moisture fySrMsMMWtvaWl U
1 They burn TREELY and If SMmUU a Vl I
EVEN llL Tr sMrassssff I
1 They are UNirORM the Same vSJIal W M
Three Hundred and Sixty-Five T&mStmaEr
a Days In tho Year. SSSMS 1
I ASK YOUR DEALER
UTAH PUEJL CO.
Miners and Shippers of Castle Gate bnd Clear Creek j
Coals Exclusively. I