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Students and Business Men
Volunteer to Substitute
For Insurgents.
NEW YORK. April ,1-L Restora
tion of passenger train service on the
principal railways Into New York,
made headway tonlghL
Tho rush of volunteer students and
business men eager to substitute for
the strikers, evidently has had an im
pressive effect and Is believed by
lallroad officials to be responsibly for
another meeting by the rebellious
workers in Jersey City tonight. Their
defiant attitude toward the roads was
reported to have undergone a change
following optimistic reports of tho
movement of trains without their as
sistance. It was expected that to
night's meeting would find many ad
vocates of a more conciliatory stand.
FiM-rvlinnLs Handle Traflic
f Ferryboats plying the Hudson river
irom Manhattan to the Jersey termi
nals were nblo to handle the heavy
ti-nffic Increased by the shutdown or
the Hudson tube3. Extra boal3 have
been pressed into service.
Lehigh railway officials announced
tonight that through passenger serv
ice from the Pennsylvania station Id
being maintained without interfer
ence or delay.
Conditions Near Normal'
Conditions in . the Grand Central
terminal late today more nearly ap-
proached normal than during any pe
riod ofJ.he strike. The only train that
had to bo annulled was the Spring-
field Express over the New York,
New Haven and Hartford road.
More than 5000 students at Colum
bia university, it was- announced to
night, are "rrady to act in any way.
the railway managers and brother-1
Jiood chiefs might determine."
Dr. Richard Dreby, i,on-in-law of
the late Colonel Theodore Roosevelt,
fired the Oyster Bay Express into
Jamaica this evening, having volun
teered when another amateur fire
man gave out. After tho journey, the
' begrimed and perspiring "fireman" j
; washed up in the Morris Park shops i
and lunched with tho train crew.
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I George Lee Boxes
Draw With Sollis
SALT LAKE, April i-i.Gec.rgej
Lee, Sacramento, Calif., Chinese baivj
J tamweight boxer, fought a fast six-
round draw here tonight with Fighting I
George Sollis of Salt Lake. Lee, who I
j,s is hailed as the world's greatest Chi- j
"T nese boxer, won the good, will of the ,
Tans by aggressive fighting through-1
COUER D'ALENE. Idaho. April In.
Glen Miles. 16 died here today and
Henry C. Voss. 20. was being held,
by the police pending an investigation
of the shooting of Miles last night at j
Chemist Discovers Methods
For Making Vivid Green as
Well as Brown and Blue
ST. LOUIS, April 11. Speakers at
today's session of the convention of
,lhe American Chemical society said
corncobs can be utilized in producing
dyes, and that efforts were being
made to obtain a sugar substitute
from malt syrup.
Experiments arc being made into
the feasibility of substituting wood
pulpfor cotton, it wa3 explains, with
a view of reducing the cost of cotton
material. This pulp already is being
used as a .substitute for cotton in the
manufacture of explosives, It was said.
Dr. C. O. Johns of the department
of agriculture explained that "navy"
and lima beans arc good foods for!
maintaining strength and reiioving
bodily fatigue, but that adilski,- soy
! a:'.-! lining beans, Chinese produces,
j ,--nd peanuts promote bodily growth
I in addition to maintaining strength.
! Dyes of a "vivid green," as wll as
the brown and blue vat dyes, are -the
latest discoveries found in the humble
corncob, according to Dr. K. P. 'Mon
roe of the United States bureau of
It recently has been discovered, he
amplified, that furfural, a rare and
expensive chemical u.cd as the base
of some dyes, can be obtained by
boiling the cobs in sodium phosphate
for two hours.
By the process, he said, the price of
furfural, i 1 7 a pound, can be reduced
to 15 cents.
(Five. Million Yearly
fa Enforce 'Dry' Law
WASHINGTON. April 15. National
prohibition enforcement should not j
cost more than ?5,000,000 a year, ac
cording to Wayne B.. Wheeler, counsel
for the Anti-Saloon league, in a letter
read in ihe senate by Chairman War
ren of the appropriations committee.
While the letter would be given "due:
weight." Senator Warren said, it
would "cost a good deal more than
that and every senator here knows il."
Mr. Wheeler's letter was prompted
by a recent statement in the senate
that enforcement would cost $50,000.
000 a year.
Urges Electric Men
to Remain on Job
BOSTON. April 15 An appeal to
the members of the Amalgamated As
sociation of Street and Electric Hall
way Employes of America to abide
by "their contracts and not be misled
by the agitation for a general or a
sympathetic strike was made in a ,
statement issued here by William D.J
Mahon, international president of the
association. The statement was made
in consequence of alleged attempts to
involve members of the association at
Brooklvn, N. Y., and in New Jersey.
Electric Wiring
Materials at Job
' I Lot Prices
The season of alterations and repairs is on.
Building activities too, revive with- the coming
of good weather. ' ' :
If you are going to build a new house, or J
simpfy make an extension of the wiring to I
accommodate an electric iron or vacuum I
cleaner, you will save money by coming to IB
1 us for all your electric supplies. Wire of all j
I kinds and sizes, plates, conduits, switches,
! fuses and everything needed to make the I
use of electricity more convenient in your j
j Quantity buying and large volume of business
enables us to offer special quantity price induce
ments. Come to- the store where you buy high
grade necessar' automobile accessories for your
wiring materials.
j Cheesman
" Automobile Co.
fm j 2366 Washington Ave. Ogden, Utah
Americans Take Part in Noted
it lSocial Event in
L.OXDOX, April 15. (By the Asso
ciated Press) Historic Devonshire
House, which during the last three
centuries has been the scene of many
brilliant functions Inst night held what
probably was its last distinguished
gathering when one thousand guests,
including royalty, members of the
diplomatic corps and leaders of so
ciety. danc,ed at a frncy dress ball
organized by the duchess of Albany
for charity.
The main features of the evening
were allied quadrilles English,
American and French in which de
mure Martha Washington frocks,
worn by American women, vied with
the picturesque eighteenth century
Gainsborough costumes of the British
and those of the' French dancers, half
of the latter of whom were dressed
as were the marquises and peasant of
that period.
During the war the mansion served
as British Kcd Cross headquarters, but
recently it was sold and soon will be
vacated. .
The duchess of Albany received the
guests at the top of the grand marble
staircase. She wore a magnificent
down of white and gold brocade, made
for her at the time of the coronation.
Mrs. Davis, wife of the American am
bassador, led the American quadrille,
while the countess of Curzon and
Kedleston was at the head of the
English and the countess dc Montho
lon the French dancers.
Get out your scissors and clip.
Tomorrow is another Liberty bond
"pay day."
Holders of Fourth Liberty bonds
will recche their interest pay
ments upon presentation of cou-
pons, clipped from Hie bonds.
In the original issue of Fourth
Liberty bods, only a porttion of
the coupons were attached. Those
who have not converted their
bonds by presentation to the gov
ernment through the banks, 'will
clip their last attached coupons
tomorrow. To provide for the fu
ture payments on Interests, bank
ers announce, it is necessary to
have the original bonds converted
to the later issue of the same num
ber, date and interest rate.
The Twelfth federal reserve dis
trict, which includes Utah, will
pay approximately ?fj, 779, 700 in in
terest, according to estimates
made by the federal reserve bank.
New Merchant Marine
Poky Is Proposed
WASHINGTON. April 14. (By lh
Associated Press.) A provision tna;
merchant craft owned by the govern
ment shall be disposed of to private
Interests within ten years is contained
in the merchant marine policy bjli vir
tually completed today b3r the senate
sub-committee to which the task was
referred. It will be reported soon to
tho full commerce committee, which
held extensive hearings before Senator
Jones, Republican. Washington, ap
pointed the sub-committee to draft a
policy bill.
The measure differs widely from
the merchant marine bill passed by
the house. It provides for a perma
nent shipping board of .seven instead
of fivo members, Die Atlantic and Pa
cific coasts to be represented by two
members each, the Gulf and Great
Lakes by one each, and the seventh
member to be a man from tho in
terior. The board would be directed
specifically to devote special attention
to development of new trade routes.
! Peace is Restored
j In Vladivostok
TOKIO, April 14. A Avar office
communication issued today says
peace has vl-tually been roslorect in
Vladivostok, and that there were no
casuaitir-3 aMCng the civilian resi
dents. It adds that several miito en
gagements in neighboring towns wcie
all stubbornly contested, but that all
offlhem resulted In the disarmament
of the revolutionists.
A semi-official communication says
General Semlnoff's troops are sweep
ing out the Bolshevlki in tho region
directly south of Chita.
I Conspiracy to Raise
Price of Bread Charged
CHARLOTTE, N. C, April 11
; Twenty-four firms and individuals
' in North and South Carolina were in
1 dieted by a federal grand jurv here
today, charged with having en.ered
into a conspiracy to increase the price
of bread, the alleged agreement hav
ing, been made in p. meeting held here
last January 8.
. r r
500 American Veterans
March in Washington
WASHINGTON, April 14. Five
hundred Armenian vclrnns of tne
European was who fOMght with the.
United States forces marched to the
stale department today find presented
to Secretary oZ State Colby, who acted
for President Wilson, a memorial ask
ing that the United States extend
recognition to tho republic of Arme
nia, as has been done by Great Brit
ain, France, Italy and .To pan. Major
V. H. Kazanjian of Harvard university
was spokesman for the dolegation.
RS. R. T. BUTTS, of Kansas
City, who says her life was
miserable for two long years before
she began taking Tanlac. She now
I declares she is enjoying the best of
health and that she has gained
twenty pounds.
"If it had not been for Tanlac
would still be a sick woman, qo I fc
like I oirghl lo tell everyone what tl
wonderful medicine has done for nu
was the sincere statement made r
cently by Mrs. R. T. Butts, 1924 Troos.
Avenue, Kansas City, Mo.
"By the help of Tanlac I have got
ten rid of a severe case of nervous in
digestion that had made my life mis
erable for the past two years. J could
not eat anything without suffering
afterward. The gas on my stomach
would rise up into my chest and press
on my heart and at times would al
most cut off my breath. My nerves
were so up-set that the least unexpect
ed noise would almost distract me. 1
seldom slept well and was so nervoug
I would often roil and toss until after
midnight and what little sleep I did
get seemed to do me no good. I -was
aiso a great sufferer from headaches
and would often get so dizzy I would
Lave lo hold on to something to keep
from falling.
"One clay I happened to see a testi
monial tor Taniac, ciescriDing a case
like mine, so r bought a bottle and be
fore I had finished it I began to feci
just like a different person Those
terrible headaches disappeared and my
appetite returned. When my first bot
tlo was gone I gol another and I kepi
on improving until now 1 can eat just
anything I waiu ami I never suffer am
more from indigestion. I am not the
least bit nervous and rest well at nigh
and never know what it is to have a
headache or a dizzy spell.
"Tanlac has not only relieved me of
my suffering, but I have actually
gained 20 pounds in weight and have
not enjoyed such good health, for
years. Tanlac is certainly a wonder
ful medicine and I will always feel
grateful for what it has done for me. I
ant to recommend this medicine to
all my friends because I believe it will
benefit aib'onewhbr'sutfering as I
Tanlac is sold in Ogden by A. R.
Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement,
Imperial Valley Plan is
Abandoned by U. S.
' EL CENTRO. Calif.. April 15. The
contract between the government and
the Imperial Laguna Water company,
entered into several years ago and au
thorizing the company to make sur
veys of the east side mesa preparatory
to the construction of an all-American
canal, has been cancelled by Secretary
of the Interior Payne, according to a
message received hero by the Impe
rial ii ligation district fr.om Walter B.
Kibbey, its representative In Washing
ton. The all-American project was popu
larly known as the Mark Rose con
tract, because Rose led in the fight
for Its adoption
Tho reasons said to have been given
by Secretary Payne for cancelling the
contracts with the Laguna company
were that Rose ha d failed to fulfill Its
terms and that tho provisions of sol
dier settlement plans now desired by
the public made it unsatisfactory.
The contract between tho depart
ment of the Interior and the Impe
rial Irrigation district was made later.
It provides, as did that with the La
guna company, for connection at La
guna dam.
POCATELLO. Idhao, April 15.
Fathor J. P. Rlcs, read a letter from
the pope in the church at Nampa last
Sunday which has resulted in a seri
ous movement among Catholic women
to avoid the use of face paint, low
necked waists and short sleeves. The
women ,havo pledged themselves to
avoid all extremes of dress stylo and
it Isaid that tho movement is sprcad
I ing throughout the cities of Idaho.
Name "Bayer" is on Genuine
Aspirin say Bayer
Insist on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
In a "Bayer package," containing pro
per directions for Headache, Colda,
Pain, Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheu
matism. Name "Bayer" meanB genu
ine Aspirin prescribed by phyBicIanx
for nineteen years. Handy tin boxes
of 12 tablets cost few cents. ABpirin
is trade mark of . Bayer Manufacture
of MonoaceUcacIdester of Salicyllcacid
, New t ifVTk , I
v.r' .Make the Home '
Walls Smile Again 'il
In our new Spring stock of papers you will H
find the patterns you want for every room H
in the house, and the prices are just right, too. H
IDAHO FALLS. April 15. W. H
Sheehan was badly burned about the
head and faee and Heiman Heulr hod
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and
mail it to Foley &. Co., 2835 Sheffield
Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name
and address clearly. You will receive
in return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar, for coughs,
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills
for pain in sides and back; rheuma
tism, backache, kidney and bladder
ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, for constipation, biliousness,
headache, and sluggish bowels. Sold
everywhere Advertisement.
I a wrist broken and his face badly
burned, when a gasoline tank belong
ing to the Fletcher Oil company which
was being welded at tho Idaho Falls
welding plant exploded yesterday.
The explosion was due to Che tank
not being properly cleaned before be
ing handed over to thy welding com
pany for repairs.
1 ,
! It does not take long, when the kid
neys are out of order and not doing
their work properly, for poisonous
acids to accumulate in the system and
cause aches and pains. D. C. Daniond,
2S65 W. 30 St., Cleveland, O., writes:
"I caught cold and it settled in my kid
neys. My back and sides were so lame
and sore I could not stand straight. I
UBe Foley's Kidney Pills with good re
sults and am glad to testify to their
helping power." Sold everywhere
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The first paper maker was the ill
wasp, which alwajs coats its nest ill
with a thin film of paper. Ifl
The. recently organized London iiH
Flying club is the nearest approach I'l
in England to the country club as Sll
we know it In this counti-y. It is lll
quite popular and is frequented main- iil
lly by habitues of aviation. ifH
"I could not tell you all the benefits
I had from the use of Foley's Honey
and Tar," writes Miss Rose Florke, 209
Hawkins ave., N. Braddock, Pa., "I had 'H
a cold in my chest and fearing it
would cause pneumonia I tried Foley's
Honey and Tar and it was not long till
I felt relieved. I hope others suffer- '
Ing from severe .colds will try it."
Many such letters have been written
about this time-tried, reliable family 'H
medicine for coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Sold everywhere.
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Egg coal delights the housekeeper because it's so clean j1
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