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Uimjt TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1920. . THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3 1
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of the Victor Talking Machine Company. It is derived
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As applied to sound-reproducing instruments,
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Trial of Harrises
At Nephi Postponed
NEPHI, Nov 1 . The trial of Mr?.
Allco Harris and Iter son. Lcland Har
ris, charged wltnassalllt with a dead
ly weapon upon Deputy Shcr
Iff J. H. Sabey was postponed until
"fsi" "'v th next term of court upon request
of both the defense and the prosecu-1
The assault upon Deputy Saboy was I
matte at tho Harris ranch In July,
1919, when Jesse H. Cono was killed.,
Tho son and the mothor were tried,
here on a charge of murder nloiit six
months ago Mrs Harris wot acquit
ted, while her .m w;n found nlty
of first degree mQrdor. Tin- case Is
now pending In tha supreme court
I on appeal
Sabey was shot It 1h alleged, by Lc-1
land Harris, Immediately following
the alleged shooting of Cone by Eu-I
t geno Harris.
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Make Awards for
Indian War Veterans
m LLT LA K ! !, 1 6
iHJ $15 each have been made by the
J state board of examiners to the foiiow-l
1 lug veterans of Utah Indian wars,
H widows of such veterans: Thomas!
II I- Morrison. Stephen Walker, Shad rach
iH Mi- Elsie Walker, and Mrs Jane
mmWt The money Is from the fund of J-O.-j
MmW. "iju .roukd l.y il;,. J : ) l. -l.- ktt m
'I'll"-'' Mi. i Ii Iml
I-,. war?; aim their wldowarno have)
Wmm j not be n granted a pension by the Ced-J
H I era goverpnii ut.
Fred Fulton to
Again Don Mits
; Fred Fulton, thc Minnesota plas
terer, has not permanently retired'
rrom the ring, but the elongated bat
tler prefers to be left out .f th.. pub
lic prints in connection with the ( base!
for the prown that adorns DempseVs
classic brow. Kuiton has prepared for
a busy winter, and according!- I,-,
mado a reduction in his prices He !
intends to Inaugurate a series of bat
tles against native nous, aud will prob
ably taclfle hi flm job in Louisville
Ky.. during the latter part or Novem
ber or early In January. vuhn re-;
eently declared ho could make more
5Shit u,c t,M" than he 00111,1
New Bank Replaces
P 'CATKLLO. l,d.. Nov. 10 The!
National Securit bank has been or
gnnizod at Fairfield to take tho place
of the First National bank at that I
Place which wan forced to close lis
doors recently. Frank Houseman has
poeji appointed a. ting cashier.
George Moral, former president of
ttts First National bank, who was ar
6n i charge of making a false
icp,,ii rr-gardltig th.. condition of the
t'ank has been placed under $r;r.oo
bonds, it it claimed thai liorai swore
on May i that the sum of $100.03 1 kl
was due bis haul.. Hs statement is
alleged to hae been false.
Thomas Hardy, the English novejlsl
hai a habit of Invariably wearing two '
w;i is; oats.
I STATE AND IDAHO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem SUte
Republican Incumbents There
And Many Former Mem
BAIT LAKE, Nov. 16 Despite the
fact that the new house of represent
atives is solidly Republican there will
I be many familiar faces In the lower
I bodv of the legislature when It Is
called to order in January. The Re
publican Incumbents will be there, for
they have been returned to office and
I manv of those who were not In th
! legislature last year will not be strang
ers for they have been members of
There also will be familiar faces In
the senate, for there are seven in
sumbent Democrats who will have
seats, and among the new senators
elect are several who served In the
legislature before the Democrats bad j
complete control of that body
Following Is the complete personnel j
i of the house and senate -as they will
take their seats when the legislature
eonenes, together with their home
addresses, .md tho counties and dls-i
trlcts they represent the counties and
districts they represent
First district. Rox Elder N E Iver-
son, Brlgham City.
Second district. Cache Charles C.
Wood Trenton; Luther M. Howell. Lo
gan: Harry C Rarker. Wellsvllle.
Third district. Rich A. Nalrls. Ran
dolph. Fourth district. Weber R. J Doug-I
las. njfden. R. T Rhees. Pleasant
I View View. North Ugden; H. A. Sod
crberg, den; A R MelntyVe. Ogden .
Fifth district, Morgan H. H.
1 Crouch Morga n
I Sixth district. Davis D. D Harris.;
" Seventh district. Tooele A. W. Mor
! rjson Stockton.
Flghth district Salt Lake May
' Belle T. DaVls, Cleo Clegg. S. W. Mor
rison. Jr.. Curtis Y. Claw son. S. J.
Q ilnney, SJ S. Winder. E. R Callister.
Jaraea Ivers. Tr. George W Welch,
all of Salt Lake. Almo Swenson.
J Ninth district. Summit W. O
, Stephens. Henefcr.
Tenth district. Wasatch Freeman
Crook. Heber City.
Eleventh district Utah Dals T.
' Lewis. Spanish Fork: William A
j Knight. Lehl: lames D. Thorne. Rleas
ant Grove, R. H. Boswell, Goshen.
Twelfth district. Uintah I?abrand ;
Thirteenth district Juab David
; Miils. Eureka.
Fourteenth district. Sanpete P. C.
Peterson, Bphralm; C. M. Madsen,
I f Can.. I
Fifteenth district. Carbon L. E
51 i'lt more. Price,
j Sixteenth district. Emery" J Frank
Seventeenth district. Grand C. A.
J Hammond. Moab.
Eighteenth district. Sevier S. M.
Nineteenth district. Millard J L.
I Flnlinson. )ak City.
Twentieth district, Beaver O. F.
' McShane,, Beaver City.
Twenty-first district. Piute John L
Si v Junction.
i Twenty-second district. Wayne R.
A. Meeks. BIcknell
Ts ent -third district. Garfield --W il -liam
T. Henderson. Rannultcii
Twenty-fourth district. Iron U 11
! ford Day. Parowan
T-wenly-flftb district Washington
; J. Wilson Imlay Hurricane.
Twenty-sixth district. Kane. Wil
liam W. Seenilller. Kanab.
Twenty-seventh district, San Juan
George A Adams. Moritlcello.
Twenty-eighth district, Duchesne
J. E L. Carey. Frultland.
Tweuty-nintn district, Daggett L.
I I tlsoh, Linwood.
( In cascN v.hero more thon one
county Is. represented t!ie senator's
home county is named first.
First district John W. Peters. Brig
ham City, Box Elder and Tooele.
Second district Joseph Qulnney
Third district Rufus Adams, Lay
ton; Davis. Morgan. Rich
Fourth district DaVld Jensen, Og
den. Weber. Thomas E. McKay.
Fifth district William H. Smart.
Roosevelt; Duchesne; Wasatch, Dag
gett and Summit.
Sixth district George H. Dern. 36
If street, Salt Lake (holdover;; Mrs.
i:il7.ab lb Hayward 1H0 Herbert ave
nue. Salt Lake (holdover i Harrison
Jenkins. 1172 Windsor street. Salt
Lake: Henry M Standish. Bingham,
Salt Lake. Mrs Anetia Kinney, S20
East Fourth South. Salt Lake
Seventh district J. Will Knight.
Provo. Ftah (holdover). Edward
Southwlck Lehl, Utah.
Eighth district Perry B. Fuller,
Silver City. Juab. Millard.
.Ninth district' Orlando Bradley.
Uoropl, Sanpete (holdover.)
renth district H C. Tcbbs Pan
guilch. Garfield, Sevier, Piute. Wayne.
Eleventh district L" T Jones. He
Iber City, Iron, Beaver, Washington,
Twelfth district W. Ti Lamph,
Cleveland. Emery. Carbon, I lotah, I
Grand, San Juan (holdover.)
Want Idaho to Take
Up Anti-Alien Case
BOISE, Ida. Nov. 16. Governor D.
W Davis yesterday received an Inquiry'
from a California Htate official which I
suggest? that a definite program of I
antl-alien legislation, both of state andi
national scope, will be undertaken!
shortly by Pacific coast states. Th
letter intimates that Idaho will be I
called into the conference
The letter uas from John S. Cham
bers, controller of the state of Cali
fornia and referred to the work and
already partly a "in CCSfl In California
State and national restrictions on
Japanese immigration, to this country
u the apparenl aim of the legislation,
ii is said.
Ki ii ommi m i s
POCATEItLO, Ida., Nov. 16. Presi
denl ES, 1 1 Clark of the Pocatello
Realty board, has named the following
i omniltiec to carry out the work of
Publicity, executive and national
board E. H Clarke, E C White and
S, E. Brady. Forms and ethics F. C
McGowan, Harry Hurlburt and Har
vey Holmes. Housing and Bocial W.
II. Snyder, S Q. lloude and Will R.
l'erris. Ordinance S, E Brady Will
iam Jackson nnd K, c White Legis
lative F. C McGowan, c W. Gray
and J: B, Turner. Advertising A. R.
Rice. C E. Evans and W. H. Snyder.
Insurant c K. S. Turner, Willard Lund
and William Phillips. Membership c.
B Bvane. w . n Snyder and Uarvoy
LODGED IN JAIL
! Pair Who Robbed St. George
ST. GEORGE, Nov. 16 Capture of
the two bandits who forced the safety!
deposit vaults of the Rank of St
George at an early hour Sunday morn-)
ing and obtained approximate!; (5000
Ir cash and about the same amount In
Liberty bonds, was made yesterday at
One of the men gave his name ns
Bdward Harris, 49 years of age. The
other gave the name yf Joe Wall and
his age at 25 years
The arrest was affected at Panaca.
Nev., by Constable Arthur Huntsman,
E. C. Farnsworth and ' Stub ' Eldredge
Of Enterprise, northwest of this city,
who took the trail of the robbers after I
they had passed through Enterprise
and followed them to Panaca. where
the capture was made with the aid of
Nevada authorities last night
With the arrest of the . robbers all
the monev With the exception of a few
dollars, and the Liberty bonds, intact,
Hie robbers are being brought to St.
George and will be given a preliminary
The first actual trace of tho robbers
after thPN loft this cltv was found at
Enterprise, one of the men left (he
Ford car In which they were making
their escape and asked Job Hal) con
cerning thp condition of the roads to
After the car had proceeded Mr.
Hall picked up three smalt rolls In the
road, which proved to be packages of
dimes wrapped In Bank of St. George
wrappers. He Immediately announced
his discover and Constable Huntsman,
accompanied by Mr. Farnsworth and,
Mr. Eldredge left In pursuit of the
bandits as soon as they could make
the necessary preparations. They fob:
lowed the trail until the-, overlook the'
robbers at Panaca and placed them 1
Th.e bank officials are highly elated,
over thc capture of the robbers and re
turn of the valuables taken from the J
GOES ON TODAY
Seventeen Witnesses lo Be
Examined by Cor
SALI LAKE. Nov. 16. Inquiry by
a coroners Jury Into the dealii of
Frances Korous. nurse, whose body
was found In Liberty park lake No
vember 6, was resumed this morning
at 10 o clock in Judge Roger's court
room In the city and county building.
The inquest was begun and postponed
a week ago, pending Investigation by
tho police. Seventeen witnesses have
been summoned for examination.
The police are baffled In efforts to
establish the means by which the
nurse came to her death Numberless
tips, rumors and reports have been
Investigated without profit. Some of
the Investigators still hold to the
theory of foul play. Others have be
come convinced of suicide, and those
who contended from ihe first that It
was a ens" of suicide are more firm I)
intrenched in their conviction with the
failure ot development of evidence of
t KAMINE SKIR'J
Examination of the dead' woman's
skirt yesterday established the fnet
that the front is smeared and caked
With mud as if it had been pushed
Into the mud while wrinkled up. Th
streaks of mud alternate across the
front with streaks not so soiled, as If
the mud-covered extent of the fabric
had been exposed and the clean part
of It protected from the mud by the
This discovery fits In with the dis
covery made Saturday that the stock
ings were smeared with rnud on tho
front hulf of each from Instep to knee
The stockings wer? turned wrong side
out when taken from the corpse and
left so as was the skirt. Discovery
of the mud on the stockings was made
Saturday, when they were turned right
side out and the mud on Ihe skirt
yesterday, when it was turned
Mud al3o was found Inside the wrist
bands of the Jacket, which would be
accounted for if the hands had been
thrust down Into deep soft mud Thoso
who contend that the woman commit
ted suicide now orgue that she tied
tho cloth found about her neck as
light as she could, then walked Into
the lake until she became weak from
strangulation and fell to her knees, her
skirts floating and wrinkling up .-.bout
her body, to be forced so Into the mud
of Ihe lake bottom when she fell for
ward on face and hands, thc mud at
thai time finding Its way Into the
wristbands of her Jacket.
S I i IDJE THEORY.
This theory, it is argued, accounts
for the flushed condition of the eoun- '
tenance, indicating death by Btrangii- !
1 union, and ror the absence of water
I In tho lungs Those holdlg to tlv
j theory doubt that she entered the lake I
much before midnight on the night of,
her disappearance Her wrist watch
stopped at 2:35 o'clock. This, thev
say, would account for the finding of I
no food in the stomach The fact that
.her shoes were partly unlaced Is re
garded by them ns evidence of dls
I traction and Indecision on the part of
Miss Korous as to method of proce
They point out that suicides fre
quently remove part and sometimes all
of their clothes before i nterlng water
lit Is suggested also thai Miss Korous1
probably did not know ihe lake was
shallow, only about two and a half I
feel deep, when she started into It.
Supporters of the suicide theory
argue ih.tt had the cloth found about
her heck bepn put there bv violent
hands, there would have hcon evi
dences. Huch as bruises and abrasions.
Again they say that she would prob-!
ably have scratched her own throat
with her nails In endeavors to tear it
away, except that she tied it there
herself Again, they argue that it
waa probabl) light enough to strangle
when first tied and drv, becoming
more loose as it lay in the water,
it was of knitted goods, evidently tho
tube part of a woman's undershirt,
With the upper part and arms cut off!
and spilt down one side. A shirt of '
like texture with the cloth and which
would afford a eloth of the t-am.- size
by being so cut, was found among
the clothing In the trunk of Miss
Th. . lothlng of the dead woman will
be taken before thc Jury in the course
of the Inquest, according to W. F.
James, asilanl county attoruoy. The
Housewives Are Using PACIFIC NUT I
for Seasoning Meats and Vegetables I
As a real test, we ask you to try it on a sizzling hot, juicy beefsteak. W e know what I
the result will be; you'll be surprised to find that the steak will be just as finely seasoned
as any you ever ate. Try it on a baked potato! j
The same will be true of mashed potatoes, beets, peas or any other vegetables. You I
won't know the difference, except in cost, which will be about 50 per cent in favor of t
PACIFIC NUT -Margarine
We use thc richest oil from the choicest Pacific island cocoanuts and pure pasteurized 1
milk. There is no trace of animal fat just a high quality vegetable product sweet. If
clean and nutritious.
Buy a pound from your .1-aler today; try It for ssasonlnjr meats and vegetables, ror sand-
wlehes, on the tahle. for hot vakes. muffins, rolls and toast, tor making pics anil cake
and for all oih. t .. king
1 . rrl a M M i i imJiiiiiiwiii ii am mi luijim
report from State Chemist Herman
Harms on tho analysis of the atomach
will not he ready In time for the in
i quest, since the analysis will not be
j completed for seeral days yec
Home Training for j
Girh Is Arranged
LOGAN". Nov. 16. In order that)
women students In thc vocational'
courses at the Utah Agricultural col
lege may get th- full benefit of prac-j
lice in home training, special arrange-1
i rnentfi have been made to open the
u A. C, practice home to them during
the first six weeks of the winter quar
ter, which begins November 9 This
decision was reached following a con
ference of President Peterson. Direct-1
o- A H. Baser of the school of home !
economics and Professor Amy Lyrnan
Merrill, in charge of tho practice I
Under this arrangement, six voca
tional students will be allowed mem
bership in the practice home course.
These students will live at the home
for n period of six weeks. During
this time each girl will have reapon-i
siblllty for a definite division of the j
work for one week. As there are nix
distinct positions, each girl will have
an Opportunity to do every typo o(
work found in the modern home. Thc
position the girls fill are as follows:
Hostess, cook, nwl.iiiint ook, waitress,
housekeeper and assistant housekeep
er. The hostess at;ts as a house moth
er, la responsible for all money collet t
cd except that used to buy food i ad
looks after the general running of the
hdtone. The cook plan;, all nn.tls and
buys all food. Tne housekeeper has
pari charge of the prarliro home hihv.
The practice hom.- i- real family
unit Actual family conditions prevail.
This makes the training received ther
very practical Applications for mem
bership In the special vocational class
should be made lnhiedlately. All let
ters should be addressed to Profc sor
Amy L. Merrill, Utah Agricultural col
lege, Logan, Utah.
During ihe regular school year, five
classes of six girls each arc given In
opportunltv to t;lke the practice home
course With the. exception of the spe
cial vooationa.1 group especially ar
ranged for the winter quarter; these
girls are all of junior and senior gr ido
s EET PQT Vim s 5 11 LD . I i L
RUPERT. Idaho. Nov. 15. That
sweet pptatoes can be successfully
grown on the Minidoka project has
been shown by William Carter. V. H.
VVilkenlng and others. Wilkenlng
raised 160 bushels on eight acres.
Carter has some weighing more than
a pound apiece.
tm I Bill I MM I mhhpm mil
Former Ogden Woman
Dies in Salt Lake H
SALT LAKE, Nov U. Kmrmline
Nelson McFarlartd, wife of Archie Mc
Uarland. 1096 South Main street died
terday morning following a long 111
In css. Mrs. McFarland waa born in
Huhtsvllle and during the early part
of her life lived at gden. For the
past thtrtv years sho has been a rcsl
dent of Salt Lake
She Is survived bj her son, Archie
Ray McFarland, a sister Mrs Heber
Swanner of Ogden and the following IPssl
I brothers: H. L Nelson, Joseph Nelson,
'and A- II Nelson, also survive.
A number oL grandchildren also sur-
Funeral services will be held Wed
oesda ifternoon at 1 o'clock in Hit
i Farmers' ward chapel.
CRRIG vi lo Mi n iNt;.
RUPERT, Ida., Nov. 15. An impor
taut meeting, of tho Minidoka irrlga
tlon district members will be held
December 14. Election of two dlrec-
'tors and the submitting of a new
contract with the United States will be
submitted to the voters. The con
tract hat teen under negotiation foi M
'th.. past several months. H
When preparing those lunch
eondaintiesuse Carnation Milk.
It makes delicious dishes.
Where you use milk in your
cooking, there use equal parts
f Carnation and pure water. 1
F3mmmmi$gW For cocoa, chocolate or coffee 1
plain Carnation. Thus you
WTTJ will learn of the convenience,
jjti Skv' economy and purity of this
fpyf good milk. Buy it from your
100 tested recipes free. Write H
Carnation Milk Products Co., Doo! B1L , Salt LaLc GStJf
Carnation- H Milk I
From Cj on ten ted Cows Ji The Jahe) it red and whits i
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