, IfdONDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1922 THE OGPEN STANDARD-EXAMINER H
TsTATE AND IDAHO NEWS
J Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State
I CEDAR BREAKS
b. P. and Utah Officials to
Take Part in
CEDAR CITY. July 3. Prominent
I BJtahns, church officials and officials
I the Union Pacific system began
' arriving here li-t nijht to participate
b the dedication of Cedar Breaks
F Carl K. Gray, president, nnd H. M.
I Adams, vice president of the railroad,
I Brcro delayed In reaching here, hav
I Kg failed to connect it Lund with
th part- v. hich -tartcd from Salt
I Ester- Saturday night. They arrived at
I Eidnlpht, however, and missed the
I Keotlng held In the Cedar City tab
I prnaclc last night.
T, C. Pork, general passenger agent'
I mt the Salt Lako Route, speaking In
I pie fabernacle, declared that the sce
I mli- attractions of southern I iii In
I Hiding Cedar Rrcaks, Zion and Bryce
Bj panyon--. would bring tourists from
I kll ports of the world to this section.
A fcr-!i-r i r 1 1 Gray and Mr. Adams also
M Err-re tr. have spoken, but arrived too
l pai cither -peakerB included Mayor
I HKgien if Ball Lake, Profei or Fred
" u. Pa ipostle'R R Lyman and
ikln'st '.- i orgi t I : : tin rds All
r jbr 1 1 1 ' - hern Utah's scenic won
I perlajid. .D.l Mi- potent i.-il reu - of
a i ail nad into this BectlOD were
I Buched upon by several of the speak
er IB I
SPRY MAY COME FOR
Gr. 0. P. CONVENTION
I SALT LAKE. July S. William
pry, former governor of Utah and
Bo.-. i land commissioner.
Wi i""1 1 In Salt Lake tfl at-,
ten-, the Republican state eonen
Uon July 14, according to Informti
loti which reached tho ci'y yester-
The former governor, it was Bald,
rl not make anv definite statement
Df li'- I' liis or hi reason? for com
Itu o ii l.ikr ;it the time of tho
It. m n i-iiUiin but it was
in: i t'n.,t h hoii-- to take n
lc;" ii.irt In tho deliberation'-
thi -I'-n-C.-i i ' is not .is.ime.l ,.r
6ur--. that .Mr. Spry will actual., -r
' . : i 1 1 r- in 'he run-, i-ntimi .o ii -.-i-Ue-
i- i n i a well known Fact thai
b ';. nnd en.it ur,,i ' amblTions for
vera I years, and It may be that he
Irill make an a nnon ncement concern-In-
n andidacy In timo for the eou
nn: . u ..nside r his name.
Besides. Mr. Spry' Is chairman of
Brr- Republican state committee, and
ft wu'iid not be inoppropri.it. if he,
tt - n I., opened tbf onv.-ni un on
fuiy i Nothing much has been
Mkthl oi 'hi- cpry candidacy 1 r, r scv
KSi months, and nomo have thought
Hit the former governor had given up
li- irabit ons, a1 least temporarily
pwi there are others who believe
r appearance at the convention, or
i CHASES WIFE AND
HELPER. July 3 Hyrum T. Webb,
working ns a coal miner at Heiner,
but who claims Salt Lake as his home,
v i arrested Saturday night by m
tlonal guardsmen under command of
Lieutenant A. E. Wilfong on a charge
of threatening the Jives of his wife,
baby and hi-- son-in-law Webb is in
the guardhouse after having driven
his wife, with a babe in her arm.
from nls house and part of the way
from Helper to Heiner. Mrs Webb
j related her story at guard hfcudquar
I ters which resulted In the arrest of
I Webb, who had been drinking, it Is
said. It will he ilc ided today whether I
Webb will be tried by courtmartbil
or turned over to civil authorities
Major H. M H. Lund assistant ad-
jutant general and paymaster, will
arrive in camp today for the flr
pay day since tho men arrived here
some three weeks ago.
Saturday several rifles were appro
priated by guards from men in charge
of herds of goats near here when the
herders were Inspected for arms The
sr-arch wa-s conducted under LieuteS; J
ant Charles Fitzgerald.
FISHERS FLOCK TO
PROVO July 3. Hundreds of fi-h-srmcn
are angling nt the Strawberry
lake and its tributaries where the
season opened Saturday and many
fine cat. lies have been made.
The upper Slrawbert'y river and In
d an i re'i k eem to be the most popu
lar streams, for they were to densely
populated ihat it was not uncommon
to see half a dozen anglers to every
hole the entire length of the streams.
This, however, did not stop the more
experienced fishermen from making
BO ml tine catches and in many in
I Stances two fish would give them
I their limit, for finer spcclments of
fish than those In these streams are
not to be found. Few fish undor a
pound are caught, and from this to
eight or ten pounds Is not unusual.
Trolling on the lake also. was enjoyed
by many, and some beautiful fish
were landed by this method.
The roads to the Strawberry coun
try are in excellent condition, es
pecially through Daniels canyon,
where many cars made the entire 19
miles on high.
PIONEER OF DAVIS
COUNTY IS DEAD
KAYSVILLE. July S. William H.
Miller, 93 years of age, died at his
home In Syracuse yesterday after an
illness of two weeks. He was born in
Qulncy, III . and came to Utah In 1301'.
lie r- --ii r A r-d I'.v ' icji hlldi en.
In Salt Lake about the time it Is lo
be called to order, might be taken
as an Indication that he comes for
the purpose of becoming the "dark
In the several county conventions
that have been held there has been j
no announced support for Mr. Spry
the various factions dlidlng their!
support among Ernest Bamberger, W.
H. Waitfa of Ogden and J. Reuben
Clark for the Republican nomination.!
ELKS NEW HOME IN
S. L. DEDICATED
SAJJT LAKE, July 8. In the pres
ence of thousands of persons and wlthi
fitting ceremonies, tho cornerstone of
'the new Elks' home was laid yester
day afternoon. Tho ceremony includ
led the ritual of the lodge, an oration'
by Brigadier General U. G. AJexan
, der and patriotic music.
W. J. O'Connor, exalted ruler, was
j In charge of tho program and he brlcf
! ly outlined the purposse ol the meet
ing and Introduced General I -ander.
The distinguished .:,! .
pressed appreciation of the compli
ment paid him In inviting him to'
speak on such an occasion he not be-'
Ing an Elk. Ho praised the spirit of
such fraternities and predicted that
such organizations! would insure the1
nation's safely In any emergency
"During the last war' said Oenral
Alexander, "the Elks furnished 7n -ooo
men for the American army, andi
of theso 1000 paid the supreme ;ac
rlfiee Tho Elks sent over 13,000 of-'
fleers You have proven your faith by
your works. The commanding general
of the A. E. F., General Pershing, is
a member of your order '
PRACTICE AT CAMP
CAMP LEWIS. July 3. Artillery
practice with the three-inch field guns
i with which the unit Is equipped, was
begun this week on the camp range
by the field artillery battalion of the
I R. O. t. C- The field artillery unit
I at the University of Utah forms a
part of thy battalion, and James C.
j Llttlefield, cadet captain at tho uni
versity, is acttng as battery' command
er tor the unit in camp.
The firing of field pieces will form
Mie most !rrnporta nl part of the course
or instruction which will continue for
the next three wer k". The battery Is
i on the gun park from 8:30 a mi until
8 p. m , with the exception of a lunch
All units of the battalion. Including
I the engineers, artillery and Infantry.
. participated in a special regimental
; review Thursday nigbt Ivan l. An-
deraon f the University of Utah, as
i regimental adjutant, took charge of
j Saturday the men took a trip by
motors to Green Gorge, near Ml. Raln
j ler, a distance of about 60 miles from
TOSSES CIGAR TO
BEAR; LANDS IN JAIL
I SALT LAKE. July 8. M. J Camo
I mile, 30 years of age. was arrested
yesterday afternoon in Liberty park
and charged wuh cruelty to ,jw of
the bears kept In tho park zoo. If re
arrest was made by E. M. Baiu-r.
keener of the park animals.
According to Bauer, who was stand
ing directly behind Camomile, the lat
ter tossed a lighted cigar into the
bear pit and watched one of the blo'
cinnamon bear catch the cigar in Its J
moulh and then spit it out As the
animal began moaning Camomile
laughingly -enmrked to another manj
standing beside him. according to
Bauer, that the animal almot swal
"Did yu throw the cigar in his
mouth?" asked Bauer.
Ves, sir, I did," rejoined Camomile.
"Then come along with me," re-!
plied Bauer, taking Camomile to the(
greenhouse and telephoning police
Bauer said that the bear Is pain-
fully burned in the moulh.
Abandonment of Port
Arthur as a Naval Pase
TOKIO. July 3 (By the Associated
Press) Tho admiralty today issued a
formal statement flatly denying recent
reports thai Japan. Tas evading the
AY i '.hington naval treaty by increasing
i construction of auxiliary vessels. The
statement, which outlined the tenta
live auxiliary program, also announced
that Port Arthur, taken from the Rus
sians In the Russo-Japanese war,
would be abandoned as a naval port.
Japan's auxiliary naval urogram, ac
cording to the admiralty, while still
uncompleted, probably will consist of
.our ruiscrs oi iu,V0U Iuiih eacn ana
four of 7000 tons each; 24 first class
: destroyers with an aggregate tonnage
of 33 000 24 submarines with an ag
grealo tonnage of 28,166.
Thla. says the official statement,
represents a reduction of 13.335 gross
tonnage, or one cruiser, thirteen de
stroyers and 24 submarines less than
the original program for ships; to be
completed in 10'7
Obsolete ships will be scrapped as
new ones of tho tame type ate com
pleted. The new plans Involve a great
er total cost than the old program, j
owing to Increased expenses in raate-
' rial and labor, but as a saving is to be
effected by converting tho port of
Maid Mura from a naval base to a I
naval port and abolishing the naval
port of Port Arthui. This will be ac- :
complishod as soon as latifiLatlon of'
the Washington treaties Is a fact.
Tho reduction in tonnage will ne- I
CeSSltate a drop of 12,000 officers and
nori-commlssioned officers from the
ATTORNEYS TO MEET
IN SAN FRANCISCO !
SAN FRANCISCO. July 8 Chief
Justice Tuft of the United States su
preme court, Is expected to be among
the 2000 or so lawyers from ovwl
1 the United States who will meet in
San Francisco during thp first 12'
days In August to attend the annual
convention rf the American Bar as
sociation, the California Bar asso-,
elation and the National Conference!
of Commissioners 011 Uniform Stav.ej
According to plan for the conven-1
tion announced here Mr. Taft will
address a conference oJ American
Bar association delegates and the Ju
dicial section of that organization,
probably on the afternoon of Au
It also was announced thai uniform,
laws on corporations, divorce, extra
dition and aviation will be consid
ered and if possible agreed on for
recommendation to the legislatures of,
The principal address on the pro-;
gram of the California liar association!
will be that of George W. Wicker-I
sham former attorney genera) of tiioi
f'nited States whose subject will b(.
'The Unlawful Practice of the Law '
Elihu Root, former secretary of
state. Is expected to make the open
ing address at the American Bar as-J
sen iation convention
1 : 45 to 11 p. m.
j Elliott Dexter
LATEST PATHE NEWS
Dr. Charles Peart and Miss
Lillian Thatcher at the Organ
UP ON LID
Baseball, Movie and Soft
Drink Fans Forced to
VICKSBURQ, Miss. July 3 The
lid was tightly clamped on practically
everything here Sunday as the result
of enforcement of the Sunday closing
law and residents of Vicksbuig, ac
customed to Sabbath rei. rea tim. sp-MU
the day at home
All places of amusement baseball,
picture shews, etc. were barred from
operating, it.. it stands, drug stores,
confectioneries, cigar stores, ice cream
factories and all orher establishment
coming under the Sunday closing1 law,
were fon ed 10 close their doors. Tele
graph companies were not permitted
to open their offices until midnight
There was no Sunday edition of th
city's only morning newspaper, the,
editor and his staff having been
threatened with arrest if they al
ow ed the work in getting out the
edition to lap over after midnight!
Its delayed edition came out this
Newsboys who attempted to sell
Again Today H
3l tonTmix I
LgtaJ in His Latest Comedy
I pTHE ROMTrNG STREAK-' "l
ftt wK.h mwmffie J "Water Cooled Ventilation; I I
J Iced Drinking Water"
; out-of-town newspapers arriving on
trains during the day were firrested
No other arrests ere reported by
The campaign is the result of a J
I mass meeting heij recently at which I
a petition was signed calling on tho
city council for th strict enforce- '
; ment of the Sunday closing law. j
KILLS WIFE FIRST
THEN SHOOTS SELF
1 NASHVILLE, Tenn.. July 3. Ed
gar M( Parland 29, fired a bullet into
: the brain of his wife. Gertrude, ?.o.
Sunday , according to police, and th' n
shot himself in the temple. Mis.'
Mc-ai land died late last tilpht
I Although it was proven conclusive-)
' ly that McKarland did the shooting
according to the officers, he was un
able to make any explanation, the.
vocal c-.r. is having been paralysed by.
REFUSE TO CENSURE
NKV YKK. July - A resolution 1
designed to censure the Wiscansin
I Socialists for their recent endorse
ment of Senator Room' .t UaPOllette
I for reele' tion failed of adoption Sun
day at tho New York Socialist ia: t-
r convention. The proposed measure
was referred back to the committee
I on resolutions
I During the discussion the W'isoon-
Dance at Ogden's Ideal Resort 'M
Ogden Canyon, every riight except
Sunday. Admission 25c. H
sin senator was referred to as a
good fellow" and a capable public
official but the committee on rcso
lutions was instructed to redraft a
more general rosolution calling at- H
tentlon to the Socialist principle "of SB
noncooperation with the two old par
ties." without mentioning Senator La HB
Dr. Charles P, Btelnmetz, electrical 'M
wizard of st, h- ne. i.iy, was nomlnnt
ed for stale engineer and surveyor at
LETTER THAT NEVER H
CAME IS DELIVERED
CAIRO' III.. July 3 Remaining un
di llvered for nearly three decades, an
invitation to a party from a sweet
heart of long ago has jut been for
warded to A. P. B. Haines "f St. Lout -.
Mo, Alio formerly lived here. The
iii lived at Smyrthlandj Ky.. and
neatly folded and (H
reached Cairo March 23
wh'-n Haines was In knee
The letter lay lost in a crank of
oid-fastatotled in the Cairo H
more than 29 years. H
H ceiu'e or r0ay Tomorrow and Wednesday H
l eCOr OI"
I W MARY PICKFORD SJ I
I &r THE SPECIAL MUSIC ACCOMPANIES THE PICTURE 1 I
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