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I YrvF.NING. SEPTEMBER 8. 1922 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 3
D 1 test Itcm9 of Intere8t Fr0m Uta!l ond "em Stats
9i Lrt Maclan Also
PKdin Action to Dis-
km r-r c r-f s Asking that
nKd in the federal
HtfSHt en' r , voar n which
IKtfJi""3; nrkofikl is Plaintiff
ft Baln Sugar company,
Bh lc8nfl.Hl, satisfied and
b V Mi it Herbert K. Mar-
tof. ,,'n be directed and mm-Kf(-rf
' 6tl9fv nnd discharge
B'1'nt" rthur Woolb an
SBV'Scdrn. mod suit In the
. di3trl."t court .ostP.- l
Sl fln behalf of the Gre il
Umv comity A stav of oX
tBV ocWa upon 'l'" Ju.lgmonij
JR lk'. ,,,1 that the defen- !
jK0 r' !" . ; t'.on h. njolned
ffif? W S!-n that!
'WHl'ar, as at torn. -v for the
l& Saca- company, gnln-OTfr-rmatlon
2Sf S hi- hi Is using: thi- and
VI, ' j,V ronnectum with the
Mf wbU the J"''P'"""1
p,rBM!n Soger enmpanj was
'BH-tnlnK these cases was in
K mS" .he Great Basin
KrnoaBV bv dc Rckowskt. who
'Lrn.r-nt for $B9 568 10
LBS ,W alleged to lxiv.- been
t .Viopany- Ernest R. Wool-.
fIBm'J'' r,nM "r!n' ipal ;'M' k"
K: J the Grc .t Basin Sug.U com
fKit'lhe time. Po'lowim; i his. Mr.
'Kfja bT-in R-iion agnln-' and
iBS rrits of garnishment ilnst
WW1? p,jr J Rcub n ( Ro
Bp ffoolley V L. a i nold. Utah
Betes: com pan v ::nd th. wool
Hl nd Uvesi. ' ompany, to
Kthe b Rekowkl Judgment,
VKt claimed to have puri 1
Id the pros' cm ion
iKge;u proceedings thai Ernest
'jHr' ? v : 'a -i In contempt
Kvt and ordered to Hie county
JKsaltLakr where 1 e s s'"1 held.
Kgn mentioned in the suit as in
KKliy Is eivcn as In CX. -
n it Is r aimed in th m-
Ehat Ernes'. R. Wooll.y turned
'QK'a Mr. Ma'.mllljii J I ' ) . in
1c' of th Llvinx
IHjuj notes on r br u : ii and in
mKU.M f,f the said trustee notes
Xra artt Ja' Th- and l r
Bo b'.'Vs, 'Im .ament s and records,
SKtto'H!. wen and are more than
.i suffi lenl witn which t.
Bj:Jf3':-!v nld t lgm nl In tullJ
BGF AliMNT MUMILI.W
Blfurthr ..'.mod that Mi Mui
Hi tr felling h 'mi:; and
Hri d:-, i
HlO'.er to hirn. altered its vtlue
iHimsfeJ for the s i i, .iii.i . 1 1.-1 1 .-i .
Bf tte Clark I'mintv I r . v
):,'' IS to
Kitbejum r.f on-,, n i- fm-
UKi if lb I.lvlnirston
iHfl u'.is rnr tb.- sum 'f $20,000
IHtttb? T'ntt- -I S'.-.ti-s mirshal of
eiecutlon of tiie judgment.
iBwrwfW ! h .1 .
HblHle for $1 nun
Btidltlon to ihn statements, the
t;: his ih ..t
m Vj llloo an Mr E, . lea he
fact in this en.si-, have . r,m
4. Ic ;h-- United States district
it L Anp'les. forth, r action
the plaintiff, ir.t. nding to
HtGEONS TO MEET
I INS. L. MONDAY
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of Surgc-on.- n th.- ballroom
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I PLANS STUDIED
Baruch Gives Suggestions
to Agricultural Bloc
WASHINGTON, jiVpt S Sugges
tions for expansion ot farmers' credits
were made Thursday l Bernard M
Baruch, New York financier and
i airman of the former w:ir Industries
board, to the farm credit committee
ol th. senate ngrlcultural bloc.
A plan lor co-operative credits,
through securities endorsed by proupy
ot farmers, ami also a plan for issuing
bonda based upon agricultural produc
tion an.i marketing ver presented by
Mr Baruch to a dosen sonatort head
ed by Senator Capper, Republli an,
k m as chairman of the farm bloc
Mr. Baruch opposed use of facili
ties of the federal reserve: banking
system to provide long term agricul
tural credit on th.- gr.oin.l that Ho
federal banking system's assets should
be liquidated and should not be u d
up for longer than a six months n -rlod.
Mr. Baruch said lie favored having
separate branch institution of th.
federal farm reserve board to have
charge of short term credit expansion
for farmers, but the New York finan
cier said that the agricultural produc
tion and mark. -link' loan activities
should not be ml.-.J with the farm
loan features of the board.
E'oan. expansion should bo provided
for livestock grower distinct from
credits for production and marketing
of products of the land. Mr. Baruch
said, analyzing bills by Senators Cap
per. L. nro-jt U- piildi.-an. Wisconsin,
and Norbeck. Kepjhllcan. South Da
kota. Th.- Norbech bill the witness
safd. bud the advantage of providing
a definite appropriation to l.ejrin the
farm credit operations whll. that of
Senator I.enToot's bill, he said, wu- too
PROPOS1 S LARGE PI l
At least i.'Ou.oOO. 000 should be pro
vided. Mr BarUcb said, to I..- given the
farm credit operations of the farm
loan board's credit branches. Gov- i
eminent warehouses for storage of :
farm products, he said, also should be
provided so that the farm, r could
hav the option of when he should
sell" and be placed on an even basis
in I his respect with those using his j
IN POCATELLO POOL
PQCATlGLiLO, Idaho. Sept. S. Bov
erly L Johnson. Jr.. 27 years f ago, I
who was attending the picnic of-the,
I'ocatello Shrine club at the Indian
Springs natatoi iuni yesterday, dlcu
irom jn attack of epllepry while swim
ming In the pool. Johnsons body!
was discovered at the bottom of the
pool by another swimmer.
Other memperfl immediately aid.-d
in taking the body from the pool, and
physicians wtho s.ie present ri-.i
resuscitation measures, which proved'
futile According to the physicians i
Johnson had been treated on prev
ious occasions nu as there was but 1
about a knit cup of valr in bis lungs
it was stated that he dud from suf
focation as the result of a sudden at -1
He was a member of El Korah!
temple of Boise, ami had been employ
ed as a clerk In the yard office of
the Oregon Short Eine railroad com
pany. He Is survived by the father,
mother and a Mster.
JUSTICE TALKS ON
SALT LAKE, Sept. S. Justice A. J.1
i l.er ot trie I't.ih supreme court ad
ilresscfl a large audience of members
..r he Moose lodge last night In thu
Moose hall and told of the Ideals und
ii. ns at th - organlzat'on.
Judge Webpr returned but a f. w
days kgo from attending the convei,-'
tlon of the Loyal Order of Moose,
hi Id I Mooseheart. III., located on th"
Eox rier and nly thirty miles out
of Chicago Her. the fraternity, of
tiwhlcn James J. Davis, secretary of
labor, is the "director, maintains the
institution that Is "roineih'ng more
than a ho to" fur nioYS than 1200
bo .ml girls, ranging in me from
Infants in arms to yoiinc men and
women who ar" reaching their mujo.
U Blatz Malt Extract is 100 Pure
! U BECAUSE Te u made from the choiceit of ,j 9
II the golden grtuna of barley. liU
H By the most expert workmen. Uit
H In a modern, eanitary plant. Ill
H 'or thr-,uart.It ol , caoturr BLATZ h mil
U rtlled In malting opridoo and toar BLATZ Iff
" U alnda alone the baat far flavor acd purity. tit
I ft PLAIN OR HOP FLAVORED El
U Sold In All Fir.t Pass Store. if
Vi Order it by the Can or C& mi
U "inalit on BLATZ " Should your daalar not Mil
I n have It In neck, atk him is order 1; fur you. Bli
j i OGDEN WHOLESALE Ml
M Ogden, Utah Distributors MB
100 Pure Malt Extract
I iff ll
Bb jasiw a1 T is Plan: ou come in and choose L L JJ ill Sn
if $ I Im I PRICES I outfit you want, then make a small pay- TTTRAts I 9 W''' v
ail M m , ment whatever you can afford and then pay lrjivlI& ciK 43" ' rL.
Bif W. 25 LOWER the balance in small weekly or monthly pay- THE MOST --T?
mm IK' & mij AT ments. We take all the risk and give you all ' 3T7 BRi
155 M II rlTuJp thecrcdit LIBERAL K F31
Ml II 1 1 1 jlj Jlr.vji, Low prices and easy terms have made hun- J - fXJ1
!tt iMi CREDIT dreds of friends for us. They know that they IN THE Lr mt
PTh jH JSf CTriiT-?I?Q receive full value here and our easy payment YVT"PF Tti iSl
ikJ ,il1 hlUiVEjO pan leaves cash in their pocket for other V UKlJJ Large line of bEjI
H things. Fur Trimmed Coats RQ
H Fa! Suits for Menn ttfc f Fall Dresses 1 r Clever Coats Jm J
.... j , . , m, . ' ' - "-' that are the climax of ths --that are mostly fur trim- jH
WSaA in al the newest and most clever styles. Men will SrjkLA o- V Ujim,. n. n, .
... . ... - . . 71 , R3V 9 designei s art. Crepes, ve- uiecl noir.i. s an., o'.h- r shv
like these suits because tney are typical of the very lows and a hosf of Qther ffia materialSi xMxlZ a large Rf
latest that is being shown m New York this fa!!. fV ; , v teri?ls You surei7 find line of plush coats in both B
Suits fcr the very young nun in nifty jarrz models - here the dress you will wear plain and fur trimmed. Also H9
ffiM as well as more conservative styles for the older men. SL f this fall. We want to show a number of fur coats in
M& We have them in all sizes. Come in today and choose fef 'JafaS&f you this corale1te lmxe of r-iuskrat, sealine. coney, etc
EKt?fi r ii 4 i . j ' j &SF '' , new autumn styles Never Cash store prices, yet you REe
PP-SA vour fall suit take it to wejir and enjoy and nay U3 l&h6xk&&w t j J tfSWP
( J J J tgjggy , mind about the money pay can wear the coat a3 you ra
H ' Chic Hats ?m
BB . c c d T d 7, , i -displaying ohginality , " " Wm
WBm 2-rants Suits for ooys at bo s UveTcoats and anfj charm for I ill $5.S5 Girls Coats 1-or ball, Clever New
Mackin , Dress the Child UpNov NoveU .-'J
Great Celebration Marks
100th Anniversary of
UIO JANEIUO. Sept. R. (By the
Associated Press.) After a day
pletc with official ceremonies nnd,
military demonstrations in honor of:
Brazil's centennary of independence,
the people of Klo Janeiro broke loose
Thursdav In a riot of festive spirit
n. .-r before .quailed in this always
capital. More thun 100,000
marched in u great civic parade dpwn
the broad Avenue Rio Branro which
flittered with electric lights and
flamed with multicolored flags of ail
Scores of civic organisations were
in line with banners and bands, chant
ing the J'.ra.lllan notional anthem
pn.l shouting the famous "cry of
rplranga." the words of Pom Pedro
, on the hanks of the V plranga river j
a hundred years ugo when ho ex- J
claimed "independence or death."
end thereby broke away from Portu
gal and became emperor of Iirnzll.
The chamber of deputies met in
solemn session to commemorate the
100th anniversary of the Indepen
dence of Brazil. All the deputies,
stood during the reading of a resolu
lion. signed by lis deputies, congratu
i.ilng the Brazilian nation on its gio
rldus anniversary ti.- resolution
Laimed peace and harmony among
ll.e Brazilians and friendship on the
part of Brazil for all peoples, especlal
I iv those on the American continent,
I it p1"... i Kpressed hope and confidence
In the growing prosperity and unin
terrupted progress of Brazil.
The termination of the r.-a.iing of
the resolution was the occasion for s
rr.-at demonstration on the floor and
In the galleries, the deputies and visit
ors shouting "Long Live Brazil!'' and
the band playing the Brazilian na
DROWNS IN RIVER
ruOATELLO, Idaho. Sept. 8.
Kth.'l Stoker. 13 years Ol a.- daugh
ter of Mrs. Bert Stoker of Pocstello,
was drowned late yesterday aft, moon
In (he I'ortn.iif rlVar, a mile and a
half south of tho city. The body was
recovered late last night by searchers
The stoker iri ani ssventsen other
irliP. members of the Seagull club of
the L- D. S churcli. left Pocatollo on
a bike esterday morning and were
at Woodlawn grove, a mile and a half
Ki.iith of th.- city, along the banks ot
the Portneuf lato yesterday afternoon
when the drowning occurred.
Ml.-.s Stoker und Hazel Brown were
standing close to the river bank when
n boat was discovered floating down
(ho river. The two glrlH ran over to
the bank and while thoy were at
tempting to reach the boat the bank
gave way, precipitating both girls Into
thu swift and Icy wafer Th. little
Brown girl was grabbed by one of bSI
i om pan Ions and drawn to wifoty Whlls
ili Stoker girl .started swimming mil
w ub going down stream when. It Is
thought, she was seized with cramps
and went under.
The report of the drowning spread
rapidly about the city and many poo
plo visited Ov scene of tho tragedy.
Tb companions of Mow Stoker aro
heartbroken over th.- affair Th
jittifl girl was a talented musician.
H.-r father Is In Salt Lake and wxa
axpecied to arrivo hero today.
PLEADS NOT GUILTY
FAltMIN'GTON Sept. 8. C. E. Mil
ler, of Salt. I-ai.., charged with In-'
voluntary manslaughter In connection
with the death df William Arthur Sly
of Clearfield, who while n.llng a mo
torcycle nr-ar Fnrmington was run
down by an automobile driven by Mr.
Milner entered i plea of not guilty
through his attorn, y, Charles DS. Mor
ris, at the arraignment before J. D.
U'ood. jtistlce of the peace yesterday.
HIS bond was fixo.l at $1,000 and the
date of the preliminary hearing was
fixed for September 15.
NO AGREEMENT ON
WASHINGTON. Sept. S The sugar
hr.lule was un-J -i consideration yes
terday before th. conference commit
tee on the tariff bill, but no agree
ment was reached. Both sugar aijd
wool schedules ;.r expected to be set-,
tied today or tomorrow.
Petitions being circulated imong
bouso members urging retention of
the senate duties on sugar and wool
ave l en generally signed by Republi
can's of the house, und tomorrow will
be laid before the conference com-!
Dad, Mother, j
Do You Realize What Ironised
Yeaat-Vitominea Will Do for
Rheumatim and Lumbago?
Do you know that vltamlnc3 and
Iron are part of jour very llf? Do I
I you know that tho tlr.suc-and-blood
factor In your body needs thctic two '
rnaterlaln, and needs them badly? Do
you know that if your body furnaco
j doca not get cnouch of these, that
"Wliout.fr! llheuuiat Inui I'ulnw nail
Agouj All (June. Ironlzr-d niKt
In Surely Wonrtrrfnl!"
queer poisons. Joint poisons, muscle I
poisons, acid poisons are forme. 1 In
stead of tho healthy tie: h and tho I
rich blood you used to havo In days I
gone by? If you hobble In your gait,
fit pulno distort your body, If bending
over Ih an uiihpcj kable SKOny, If dull j
pains make you breathe heavily and
moan, do not grumble at tho rough
ness of tho way, smllo sweetly,
thoro Is a rainbow ahead. Things
are different now than they used to
be, In the days of liniments, nalwi.
, complicated drugs, and all that, re
member? Tho happy occret today la
Ironised yeast, one of tho greatest
body-and-blood builders of all time.
Betrjn taking Ironls.-d Y.-ant today.
Beware of Imitations and tubstltutcs,
tn-cHuse Ironlzcd Yeast In not a mere
coniblr.af Ion of yeuut and Iron, but IS
yeast Ironized, whleh Is a substance
all by Itself. Thoro la only ono Iron
ized TcaHt In all the world. Sold at
&11 drug stores ut Jl 00 a package and
containing 00 tablets, each tablot
seald. Tney novor loss their power,
U'fd oniv by fronlxed Ifeast Co.,
Atlanta. "n Sny t-oodbyo to rhou
mallsm from, now oul
Thirty Thousand Look on
As Four Airmen Are
RUTLAND, Vt., Sept. 8.--For a
crowd of 30,000 people assembled at
the Rutland fair grounds Thursday:
afternoon a ' flying circus" staged
with airplanes and balloons was
turned into a tragedy, four partlcl- I
pants meeting death, An' airplane
crashed from a height of 200 feeL
carrying to their deaths the pilot, me
chanic und a passenger. A few hours I
later an aeronaut leaping from a bal-I
loon 1600 feet In the air was killed I
when his parachute failed to opcu.
P LItAI 111 l E l I ics
The dead: Lieutenant Belvin W.
Maynard, known throughout the conn
try as the ' flying parson," pilot of tho
airplane: Lieutenant I. R. Wood of
Tlcondcrogu. N. Y.. passenger with
Mapnard; Mechanic Charles Mlonctte
PlattSburg, N. Y., and Ib-nry A.
(Daredevil) Smith of Boston, aero
naut. Lieutenant Ma-, nard and his com
panions, who ha l been making dally
flights at the lair grounds, crashed
abouL 1 o'clock in a field near tho
grounds. Hardly had the crowd re
covered from tho shock and thrill of
il. in tragedy when the second accident
came. Smith, a professional aeronaut,
had already made two successful pa
rachute leaps at various altitudes dur
ing the afternoon On tho third at
tempt the parachute was seen to open
slightly, thn close up tightly. Then
the aeronaut dropped like a plummet,
I ailing just outside the fence of tho
s IN. 11 Rl li II I till
Smith, who was -Li years ol age. had
been gl Ing parachute . .hlbitlons at
fairs throughout the cabt for the pust
10 years and wus regarded as one of
tho best in his line. Two years ago,
while attempting n parachute dtop
irom an airplane at Lynn. Muss.. b-t.-ll
sno feet and was soverly Injured.
The pilot of the plune was killed.
The aeronaut claimed that his av-
erflge was thirty parachute drops a
Lieutenant Maynard and his two
companions crashed to almost instant !
loath' when their plane went into a
nose dive' at an altitude ot ruoo feet j
and fell to earth.
Lieutenant Wood and Charles Mio
nett, who with Lieutenant Maynard
cotiiprls.-d the personnel ot a "'flying,
circus" thai had entertained large
crowds dally for a week with stunt
I lying, went up as passengers. llotli
were Instantly killed. Lieutenant May- J
nard, who piloted the plane, was j
breathing when spectators rushed to
the wreck, but died on the way to
TAKES N06E OIVM
Th.- three aviators, using Maynard's
machine, took off the field about 1
O'clock for an exhibition fllgliL They
had performed several of the stunts
on the program, when, at an altitude I
ot L'iiOO feet. Lieutenant Maynard tried
a tail spin, apparently believing thai
he was at a greater altitude The
plnno refused to respond and fell Into
a nose dive, landing in a corn field
at the edge of the fair grounds, a
mass of wreckage.
Tne body of Lleutenanl ftlaynard
was sent to his home at Maynard, N.
C Tho local post of tho American
l.-pion took charge of the arrange- '
m. nts and escorted the casket to the
STATE GETS SHARE
OF FOREST MONEY
SAIT LAKE, S-Pf Governor
Mabey yesterday received a warrant
on the United Slates treasury for $39.
737.9.1, the state's one-fourth of semi
annual receipts from the national for
ests In Utkh for tho period ended
June 30, laat. The amounts contrib
uted by the various forests were as
AShley forest, $2003 91; Cuthe.
$17 52.97; Dixie. $951.81: Fillmore,
$3132. OM; Fish lake. $3570 82. I .a Sal.
$2754.32; Mantl. $7542.50; Minidoka,
.'..'.1 2 24; Powell. $4153. 7S; Sevier, $6.
730.38: rintah. $7450 36. and Wasatch
This revenue is to be apportloneo
among the counties in proportion to
the area of tho ."orests In each county,
and will be used for roads and schools.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 8. Senator1
Warren has appointed to West Point
military academy Roy R. Rodin of
Cheyenne and has named as alternates
I. o ward Q: Daly of Iaramle an.,
George W Cresswell of Glenrock.
BIDS ON LAND BUT
DOESN'T WANT IT jl
j SALT LAKE. Sept. 8. A. Kruger ef
'Iowa City. Iowa, tourist, who while lit!
passing through Provo on Tuesday last ijffi
bought 769 acres of land on the west
side of Utah lake bidding it up from
I $6.05 to $6 25 under the impression IBB
that h was attending a tax sale, now
'contends that he had no Intention of IjEfj
paying $6.25 an acre but thought when jfiW
i he made the bid that ho was attend- jffi u
ilng a tax sale This developed when JBli
ho was told that his first payment tftM
would be $550. The question has been YmJa
r (erred to H. H. Cluff. attorney gen
eral as to the liability of Mr. Kruger. tjj I
T . M UU, DUKE.
SALT LAKE, Sept. 8. Members of
the V, ....(. h Mountain club will par- T
ttclpate in a hlko to Coons canyon. 'jar
i near Bacchus. Sunday, leaving Salt IH
' Lake at 6:4fi o'clock, under the dJ.-
rection of J. D. Derby, it was announc
ed today. The start will bo made from frHi
'the Salt Lake theatre at tho appointed
Constantinople has a university with
a medical faculty.
I llaaEaflKLtilLflsfl I
j Don't Handicap the Child! I Jjj
Tht children III -chool whoso eyes trouble them are under a serious
handicap NeglSOl 111 the will he rcllcclcd th-- ret ot their '
Drlnn the children now nnd have iholr eyes examined.
In many cases the wearing of Glasses a short lime will remedy
a defect In the ces for (he future.
J. T. RUSHMER
2436 Washington Avenuo
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ROGER'S TFA 1
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