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' THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SUNDAY, JUNE ,6, 1920. "
I ' Special Inducement to I jPj ( Purchase Your . I H ' refrigerator I B&ii - This Week I I HV ! 500 P0UNDS OF ICE FREE WITH EACH I I 1 tj ' REFRIGERATOR UP TO $35.00 1 L 4 KlflrttF jjlS-r 1000 POUNDS OF ICE FREE WITH EACH I I llT REFRIGERATOR ABOVE $35.00 I B Assortments, are at their best now, and you will be 1 B I able to choose the size most suitable to your oaclr. I H I We are featuring the Gibson and Ranncy makes. They are moderate in price and tj H I very efficient. We have carried these famous makes during the last fifteen years and 1 H I can guarantee them absolutely satisfactory or money back. I They are priced as follows: $18.50, $22.50, $26.00, $32.50, $45.00, $55.00, $57.00, I $60.00, $65.00, $69.50, $85.00, $92.50 and up to $135.00. 1 I LIBERAL TERMS OF CREDIT 1 H . f ' STATE ANDJDAHO MEWS Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State I Believes Johnson to Meet De feat; Talks to Salt Lake Interviewers SALT LAKE. June 5. Predicting a Republican victory, but remaining non-commital as to the probable out come of the Chicago National Repub 4 lican convention. William Howard ' Taft. former president of the United Slates, discussed the political situation hero today. 1 2? Governor Sproule of Pennsylvania was praised as an administrator of justice while the probable defeat of Hiram Johnson was practically pro phicised by Mr Taft. Regarding the Democratic situation, he said, "I really believe that if Jef ferson were to come to life today, he would have difficulty in finding where1 he stands." Mr. Taft spoke as follows when asked about the convention": ",l shall not go to the convention. In fact. I have never been to a Re publican convention and only once was in attendance at a national polit ical convention. It was when 1 was law reporter on the Cincinnati Com mercial In 1SS0. All members of the J staff were pressed into service and I had to report the Democratic session when Hancock was nominated. As for I a possible- 'dark horse' candidate at 3 the present convention, do you ever remember a time when the Republi can party has nominated a 'dark ' horse'?" He was reminded that it c was done In tno case of Garfield jj "But that was -10 years ago," he added. -i In regard to the league of nations t Mr. Taft said: fl "I liopc the majority of Republicans j at the Chicago convention will stand 0I v by the majority of Republican sena ie c- tors in favoring "the treaty with the ,a Lodge reservations. Already 35 of the Lr -13 senators a'ro ih favor of that ar- a rangoment. There are only 14 left J and out of that 14, I-a Follotte, John- j son. Borah, Gronna and Norrls all have to almost make affidavit to W prove" they are Republicans." i Prohibition, h? predicted, will play li but little part c the Chicago gath- J crlHg. Ij Mr. Taft would also make-no guess ii regarding the Democratic convention. iftjfl tvhol Oregon has re-established capital )m ferei punjshment after abolishing it Xor sev- 'M cor? eral ycars JHI'olIe "' " 11111 1 Oblizalo and Maslich, Convict ed of Murder to Die on Anniversary of Crime SALT LAKE. June 5 Nick Oblizalo and Stove Maslich. charged with the murder of Marko Laus in a ravine near the state prison will be shot at the hands of the law on the annivers ary of their crime, August 3. Judgo Harold M. Stevens pronounced judg ment on the men this afternoon in the Third District court Both men chose to be shot. oo MAY. HAVE COMMUNITY ' . NURSE AT BRIGHAM ! BRIGHAM CITY. June 5. The em ployment of a community nurse for this city was discussed at a meeting jof the county chapter of the Red Cross at the Commercial club rooms. Miss Nell Holsinger, field supervisor for Utah, mountain division of the American Red Cross and Miss Lenino B. Arthur of the Utah Public Health association are in this city in con nection with the Red Cross nurse work. It is expected that the county commissioners and the board of edu cation vill co-operate with the Red Cross in this work and the following committee has been named to inves tigate, the advisability of appointing a community nurso for Box Elder county to work under tho direction of the Red Cross. GAME SANCTUARY GETS SITE NEAR SALT LAKE SALT LAKE, June 5. An area of 160 acres has ben set apart as a bird Sanctuary in East Mill Creek, for the purpose of protecting quail and robins. The property Js owned by B. B, Hark ness, Edythe C Harkncsa, J. S. Oliver, Susa A. Guslavson. T. B. Jackson, D. A. PlamquIsL and Thomas Gunda son. State Fish and Game Commissioner R. H. Siddoway, was presented the petition by the group of petitioners who asked that the land be sot apart and that tho carrying of firearms upon any of the land be forbidden. I rU' Commencement i Will Open Tonight SALT LAKE. June 5. With the procession of regents, the faculty, the alumni and the graduating clas. com mencement week will be ushered in at the University of Utah tomorrow eve ning at 8 o'clock. The procession will form In front of the John R. Parks building and will move to the university gymnasium, where the baccalaureate service will begin at S:15 o'clock. The Right Rev. Arthur W. Moulton D. D. will deliver the sermon. One of the most Impressive events of sen ior class day will be the dedication of the William M, Stewart memorial building. The dedication will be held Monday from 2 to ? p. m. In the Stew art building. Apostle D. O. McKay will offer the dedicatory prayer. no MAN HAS HIS FORMER SWEETHEART ARRESTED POCATELLO, Ida., Juno 5. Miss Anna Coleman, former teacher In the public schools of Pocatcllo, has been placed under arrest in Nampa, upon complaint of A. J. Relnhart of Lin coln, 111., charging her with the theft of several diamonds. "She is also charged with perjury in connection with claiming ownership of the Jewels. The arrest was made while Miss Coleman was on her way from Boise to Salt Lako. She Is now held under bonds of $3500. Miss Coleman has many friends in Pocatello, who state that the affair Is the outcome of an engagement that at one time existed betweon herself and Mr. RclnhurU They also state that he had given her many beautiful diamonds. After tho engagement was broken off Miss Coleman claims that she sent most of the stones to her former admirer by American Express from Tacoma, Wash. Ono stone, she said, she retained, as she had bought it. I FARMERS TO PURCHASE TRACTION CO. BRANCH C'ALDWELL, Ida., June 5. Sails factory arrangements have be,en made with Walter Sebrce, president of the Caldwell Traction company for the purchase of the McNeil branch by a committee appointed by farmers, depending upon the service of tho branch line. The property Js report ed by C. J. Franklin, civil engineer to be worth $65,000 and that another ?65,000 would put into excellent shape. He was appointed by the farmers to estimate the value of the property. Tho present company con templates abandonment of the line. This would result in big losses to the farmers with potatoes and fruit i crops to market. m Druggists and Doctors Astonished 1 1 s At Wonderful Power of Nicotol jM . To Stop the Use of Tobacco Jt: . .To Detect Harmful Effects of Tobacco v . MB ' ""fry These Simple Tests njjHH Now York. Mr. Tobacco User, env fcjH druggist will tell you that a remedy to be successfully sold, above everything. IW lKB60SEes merit, otherwise failuro Is Jn- iflH ev tabic. Nicotol. the famous remedy for : AHj 'be tobacco habit, was a nucceaa' right 'BHi' from the start, pimply because it quickly HH does the work promised. Wo publish a jHH lew letters from some of the beet known j druggists In the country to givo you nu bilH idea of what they think of Nicotol, and VH vou may rest assured that they would V'H. nt permit the u.xe of their names unless U'M Xlcotol whh something out of the ordl- HjH nary. The Peoples Drug Stores have HH five of the best stores In Washington, KfH D. C;. Thev write: "Since we havo han died Nicotol the sale has been greater HH than that of all the rest of tho artlcloa H of this nature which we havo ever sold, HH Tho demand was ho great that we were BH compelled to order it locally pending re- HL eclpt of a shipment from you direct." Schramm-Johnson, who hnvb six stores in Salt Lako City. Hay: "We take this opportunity of expressing ouraclves reln- H: tlve to Nicotol. Wo have enjoyed a very PPH larg-e sale on same and It has given cn- H'' the satisfaction to our customers." Ja- y H; v rob Brothers of Philadelphia. Pa., havo l this to say:""Our sales of Nicotol have I passed our expectations. Our first order V H1 . was placed late in March and we were 1 forcod to re-order before the end of Hf April; the sales have kept up well ever ', ,,n rlnco. There Is no doubt that we are -JtH receiving1 many repeat orders from our ' ijB I customers and many exprvKtdons of rftH 1 i opinion regarding the merit of this arti- JbH I i ojji,)cm.nuiuntfc.mu n,..fi.i -oi. turn xltu j., clc have been very favorable " Dr Conner, formerly of Johns Hopkins Hos pital, tells how to detect the harmful ef fects of tobacco. Hero is what ho says: "Many men who smoke, chow or snuff Incessantly and who aro seemingly healthy aro suffering from progressive brganlc ailments. Thousands of them would never have been affected had It not been for tho usa of tobacco to ex cess, and thousands would soon get well if they would stop. Tho chief habit forming principle of tobacco Ik nicotine, a deadly poison which whan absorbed by the systom. slowly affects the nerves, membrunea, tissues and vital organs of tho body. The harmful effect of to bacco varies and depends on circum stances. Ono will bo afflicted with gen eral debility, othors with catarrh of tho throat, Indigestion, constipation, ex treme nervousness, sleeplessness, loss of memory, lack of will power, mental con fusion, etc. O.thcrs may suffer from heart dlscafie, bronchial trouble, harden ing of tho artr.rlcs, tuberculosa, blind ness or oven enncor or tho common af fliction known as tobacco heart. If you use tobacco to oxcobb In any form you can easily dottfet tlio harmful offocts. by maklnr tho following simple tests: Head aloud ono full pago from n book. If In tho course of reading your volco lo comu.H muffled, hoarse and indistinct and you miiHt frequently clar Nyour throat, tho chances aro that your throat is affected by catarrh and It may bo iho beginning of moro wcrlous trouble, Ncstl, In, the morning beforo taking your usual .u tne morning JuMjrw-taKinK your-usuaiX smoke, walk up three flights of stairs at p regular pace, then stop. If you find that you are out of health, your heart beat Is forced, trembling or Irregular, you may bo a victim of functional or organic heart trouble. If you feel that you must smoke, chew or snuff to quiet your nerves, you uro a slave to the to bacco habit r,nd aro positively poisoning yourself with the deadly drug, nicotine. In either cace you havo Just two alter natives Keep on with the self poison ing process Irrespective of the dangers and suffer tho consequences; or glvo up Iho habit and escape the dangers. You can overcome tho craving and stop the habit In a very shorJ; time by using the" following inexpensive formula Go to any ding store and ask for Nicotol tablets, take one tablet after each meal, and in a comparatively short time you will have no desire for tobacco the craving will havo loft you. With tho nicotine poison out of your system, your general health will quickly Improve." " Note When asked about Nicotol tab lets cne of our leading druggists cald; "It is truly a wonderful remedy for tho tobacco habit; away ahead of anything we have ever sold before. We are au thorized by tho manufacturers to refund tho money to every dlssatlsflod custom er, and we would not permit tho uso of our name unless tho remdy possessed unusual morlt," Nicotol tablets are sold In thin city under nn Iron-clad money back guarantee by all up to date drug gists, Including Mclntyrc Drug Co. Ad vcrtlsemcnt.ng Mcmvyre u-ui- . t CACHE STAKE SPLIT; OFFICERS SELECTED i LOGAN. Juno 5. That Cache stake has been divided as the result of a special priesthood mcotlng held last nlghti was the announcement made ' this morning. Elders Steven L. Rlch 1 ards and Melvln J. Ballard officiated ax tho meeting. First North ctreel was decided upon aa tho dividing line of the two stakes. Tho 'stake north of the lino will bo ' Cacho stake, while the other will be j Logan stake. Joseph E. Cardln was selected as 'president of Cacht stake, with George ; W, Lindquist and Walter M. Everson j as counselors. A stake clerk has not yet been chosen. O. H. Budge is president of Logan stake, with Joseph E. Quinney and 'John E. Olsen as .counsellors. John ' II. Olsen is clerk of the stake. Former President Serge F Ballif of Cache stake, is president of the high ' priests quorum of the new Caqhe, ' stake, and Heber C. Maughan presi dent of the high priests In Logan stake. President BudRe of Logan stake was first counselor to President Ballif in the Cache stake presidency and Elder Quinney was second coun selor. At the organization of the 'stakes two bishops were taken, Elder Lindquist of the Fourth ward, and i Elder Pcderscn of the Eleventh ward. Bishop Merkloy of tho First ward also becomes a member of the high council. The auxiliary organizations will be completed tomorrow at a session of the conference. Successors to the biahoj)3 have not been announced. LARGE REGISTRATION ! AT A. C. SUMMER SCHOOL t j LOGAN, Utah. June 5. The first week's registration of the Utah Agri cultural College summer quarter showed a large increase over all pre vious summer school enrollments. Men and women are registered up to Friday numbered 25S. The total num ber for the first five days last year numbered 171i showing a decided in crease In favor of this year. Tho record shows also that there arc stu dents from many oth'cr states besides Utah., Fourteen states and ono for eign country, Persia, are represented. President E. G. Peterson and Direc tor Jas H. Llnford, are well pleased over xhe fine prospects for the quar ter and are bending every effort to see that the needs of all students are supplied. All departments of the school are receiving attention, especially the educational department, history of education, primary methods, educa tional seat work ' and psychology In this department all have a large en rollment. Chemistry, textiles. English and physical education classes are well filled, while the engineering and agro nomy fields hae their share of stu LEHI EDUCATOR TO BE DAVIS PRINCIPAL LEHI, June 5. After serving as principal to the Lehi high school for the past two years. Elmer Miller has resigned from the position to ac cept the princlpalship of tho Davis County high school. His successor at Lehi has not yet been named. Mr. Miller is a graduate of the Brigham Young university and did post-graduate work at tho Leland Stanford uni versity. A. B. Sanderson, head of the de partment of agriculture at Lehi High school for the past four years, has also rosigned his position.' " He will do seminary work for the L. D. S. church in this city. JUROR CHANGES MIND: NEW VENIRE CALLED SALT LAKE, June 5 As a jury was being sworn in the case of the state against Andrew Haravgls, charged with murder In connection with the death of William Scott at tho Waldon Hotel. December L'l, T. E. Curtis, a member of the panel who had successfully qualified for jury duty, created a sensation by announc ing that ho did not believe In death or even life imprisonment as a just penalty for murder. Both, he de clared were too strict. The declaration of Curtis rosulted in the dlschargo of the Jury and neces-1 sltated the calling of another special venire of 12 men. BOY INJUREDWHEN HIT BY AUTOMOBILE POCATELLO, Ida., June 5. While crossing the street in company with three other boys In front of the I Idaho Technical college, Arlow Roche, four-year-old son of F. Allen Roche, was struck by an automobile and received severe bruises- about the face and head. The automobile was coming out of the college I grounds and the driver, whose name was not known, took the boy'to his I home. His injuries are not serious, j TWIN FALLS SHRINERS TO ATTEND PORTLAND MEET TWIN FALLS, Ida , June 5. About 40 Twin Falls members of the Order of Mystic Shrine and ladies will make the journey to Portland for the national Shrine conclave to be held in that place June 20 to 24. Special accommodations for tho Journey have been arranged with the railroad company. The party will leave here June 19. LOGAN TO PROVIDE CAMP FOR TOURISTS LOGAN. June 5. A temporary camping ground at Johnson's grove, Just south of the city, will be secured, If possible by the committee of tho chamber of commerce that has been seeking a suitable place for a camping ground. Johnson's grove is on the main highway, has plenty of water, shade and graas. " The committee Is considering the present city tie yard on Main street, for a permanent camping ground. I WYOMING BANK ORDERED CLOSED BY EXAMINER SHERIDAN, Wyo., June 5. State Bank Examiner Nowlln ordered the bank of Arvada closed yesterday. Ar vada Is about 4 0 miles east of here. He announced that a receivers would be appointed. This la the first incor porated bank in Wyoming to close In 17 vears. Liabilities amounted to $53,000. SCULPTOR VISITS BOISE BOISE, Ida., June 5. Avard Fair banks and designer of the, memorial statue for Idaho' soldiers, Is a Boise visitor 'this "-week." - wJ , TU Mwl W nimm, Ad- l l , Jf ' Free ' Trial I l m kme I' fe-S . Try an Eden in your own home next washday, $ Ef without obligation or expense. Try an Eden Kg F.Jy with your own washing. There's not the ?n gr slightest obligation tobuy k: after, you try it? IS unless you want to. fetj fili Whether you do your own washing or hire a : ttvji laundress, you need an Eden to make your -lii Ifivi The big sanitary zinc cylinder of an Jjj I v8 Eden lifts everything so gently up y i IfM $& an own tkr01 not suds that your nlM j l'Aflgl $Sf heaviest blankets, your clothes and Si): I LSST 1 vour lmens are as delicately cleaned ffiljl j ' z:: ly aS e S or ace yu wash . 1 Try, thu great labor and " 11 ll 1 TS?il. j ' . money a,na clothes saver in ''' v 1 7u -ic TteZ!!rVtjW )'our me Phons or write F y 'WWtBfSfiBSpkk &fcMM& Btrarion. After trying an 1 vrapi5ffiHV JtpSfBji Eden at home you can buy jri7 ' il v IhLTS MRh3 OTVe 'a c "me easy brae- K ' ,y ' ' jl Ml ,1. . l-L in f Ogden Electric Supply Cq I Ogden's Largest Electric Store 2430 Washington Ave., H ROTARIA'NS AID GUARD TROOP AT POCATELLO POCATELLO. Idaho. June 5. Tho Rotary club voted to support the estab-i llshmcnt of permanent quarters tor B troop. First Idaho cavalry, and a special committee is empowered to as sist Captain Louis Gallet in obtaining quarters for horses and equipment. WILSON SPENDS TIME IN SIGNING NEW BILLS WASHINGTON', June 5. President Wilson devoted practically all his en tire time today to signing bills pnssed in the closing: session of congress. Measures approved included tho an nual naval sundry, civil diplomatic and consular and district of Columbia appropriation bills, the industrial vo cational rehabilitation measure, the bill permitting government owned radio stations to handle private and pre.vs messages, an amendment to the, national defenso act and the army ap-' proprlatlon bill. oo ! i DRY FORCES OF NATION AT REPUBLICAN MEET CHICAGO, June 5. A mass mcotlng of tho forces of the national prohibi tion amendment was called hero for the first day of tho Republican con vention. Senator Capper 1b announced as one of the speakers. The meeting Is ar ranged to take place betwoen sessions of the Republican convention. The call declares that pressure gls being brought to bear by antl-pro-hlbitlonlsts on all political party con ventions to take adverso action on prohibition or to be silent on tho ques tion. oo MEXICO'S DEBT. MEXICO CITY. June 5. Financial restoration of Mexico Is ono of the most important problems beforo the new administration, Senor Salvador Alvarado, provisional secretary of the treasury, told The Associated Press today. Ho said Mexico's national debt was approximately 5 10,000,000 pesos, and thath It had been suggested Anglo-American bankers should lend Mexico 100,000,000 pesos for five yoara. VIOLENT EARTHQUAKE. LONDON, June 5. Two violent earthquake shocks occurred Friday at Ferrora. Italy, causing a panic, ac cording to a Central nows dlspuich from Rome. . NOTICE Before you dispose of, or buy,.your sheep or cattle, or purchase.. a farm, you would do well to confer with THOMPSON & THOMPSON -230 West Lewis St., Pocatello, Idaho. Phone -17 1 6.c w -''jllu aJ2S7 CHINESE PROVINCES TO SECEDE FROM CANTON SHANGHAI. Juno 3. (By the As sociated Press.) At a meeting of prominent southern Chinese leaders ; held here today It was voted to issue a manifesto proclaiming the secession of the provinces of Yunnan, Kwisc how, Hunan, Shensi. Szechwan and Hupeh from tho Canton admlnlstra- I lion of the southern Chinese govern- j ment; WILKIE IS CHOSEN TO HEAD NATIONAL EDITORS j BOSTON, Mass.. June 5. William i Wilkie, of Grey Eagle, Minn., was (elected president of the National Edl- torial association at the last session jof the annual convention today. Other, .officers elected Included: Vlce-Presl-jdont E. E. Brodlc. of Oregon City.! I Ore,, and Treasurer W. W. Aikens, of: I Franklin, Indiana. ATTACK ABANDONED. WASHINGTON, June. 5. -The Amer-i lean consul at Chihuahua advised the! atato department that Leslie Webb.! an American employe of tho Alvarado j Mining company, near Parral, had stated that Franlcsco Villa attacked Parral at 5 p. m. Tuesday and aban doned the attack at 4 p. m. the next day. WOMEN BRAVE TOBACCO H FUMES TO TALK POLITICS I CHICAGO. June 5. Women sat in j the deliberations of the Republican , national committee today taking part for the first time in making conven- tion plans. They sat holding proxies of the national committeemen from their home stales and were Mrs. S. S. ' Beggs, of Kansas; Vennona Swann, of I Missouri, and Mrs. J. Beasley, of Cop ! ncctlcut. Apparently taking a hearty ; interest in their new found privilege, IH 1 the women sat placidly in the clouds of tobaco smoke, closely following the 1 arguments and voting In the decisions. I oo IdENIES DR. WILSON IS H IN SERIOUS CONDITION PHILADELPHIA, June 5. Reports that President Wilson's condition has jH taken a turn for the worse were do- IH I n.led today by Dr. Francis X. Dercum, '1 I la this city. IH oo NOTICE I I will not be responsible for eu. Sl contracted by anyone but myself. IH G. C. K1MES. HOW TO INSTANTLY HAVE A BEAUTIFUL WHITE SKIN A Free Prescription Does This For You. You Can Prepare It At Your Home. New York. It is my own discovery and it takes Just one application to got such marvelous results, says Mae Edna Wilder, when her friends ask her about her wonderful white skin and the im proved apgearance of her hands and arms. You can do the same thing if you follow my advice, she says. I feel it is my duty to tell every girl or woman what this remarkable prescrip tion did for me. Just think of it. All this change in a single application. I never tire of telling others juat what brought about such remarkable results. Here is the identical prescription that whitened my skin and Temoved overy defect from my face, neck, hands and arms. Until you try it you can form no idea of the raarvolous change it will make. The prescription which you can prepare at your own home is as follows: Go to any grocery and get 10 cents worth of ordinary oatmeal, and from any- drug store a bottlo of derwillo. Prepare the oatmeal as di rected in every package of derwillo and apply night nnd morning. The? first application will astonish you. It makes the skin appear white, trans parent, smooth and velvety. 1 espe- cially recommend it for freckles, tan, sun spots, coarse pores, dark, sallow, rough skin, ruddiness, wrinkles, and In 'H fact, every blemish the face, neck, hands and arms are heir to. If your 'M neck is dark one application of this Dorwillo-Oatmeal combination will r'l make it look as white as a lily. It is HH absolutely harmless and will not pro ijjH duce or stimulate a growth of hair. No 'H matter how rough and ungainly the llH bands and arms, or what abuses they j have had through hard work and ex- j posure to the sun and wind this pre scription will work a wonderful trans- j formation in 12 hours nt the most. Thousands who havo used it have had the same results as I have had. " ' NOTE To get the best effect be j . sure to follow the complete directions contained' In. every package of Derwil- 'H lo. You have only to get derwillo and i oatmeal. You need nothing else and it 1 is so simple that anyone can use it, 'H and so inexpensive that any girl or woman can afford it. Druggists and ''H department stores guarantee that there 1 iH will be a noticeable Improvement after first application or they 'will refund the money. It is sold in this city at all toilet counters under a money-refund iH guarauteo by all department stores nnj druggists Including a. B. Mcintyre. i Advertisement. rt