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REGION OE RICH POSSIBILITIES piRA MoUth of Amazon River. Dec. The Industrial developro. Ill of tQf I 4.Aon valley l nttraetin the MtftQ countrle British , , ! , ,n. Norwt'fi iati. Swedish I APo'eh capitalists, rnxlric-rs and '8oortr'8 are making investigations "?V m'neral and forest resources of I va or hAV obtained conces- tat to rstablinh Industries here So ! American participation in this de I I'lop1 work 19 """P'000 bv V I .h ngineeTS are up river at 1 .Jnrecnt time Investigating .he pos ' ?billilM of vegetable oils: English ex ! rt h'r' s,,JrllnK ln'" tract ica I ,.fy of extracting starch am! indu? ,jrohol from the root of mandi 7. an Kngllsh englneei baa n mrned H i this citv fmm Iquitos mr further IJiilpm.n: "with which to extend 'he' I fiiBination he Is infikinz In the mln I area of lb Peruvian Amazon, on baf of a British syndh at ( The Italian syndicate which has 1 kwn operating a small ap Omental 1 ,rtable ol! factory at the town or ! f.meta. on the Tocantins r:er. about 0 mil'" 1roUi P1"1 ,,ns ;'PI)liPd nr Olicession to open a large factory n ! p,ra for the extraction of lubricating, Illuminating anu comic ons irum noti of pal"55 and ,rocs which abound , the forests. A similar concession his ben given to a group of local cap itiiists for the estabHsbntcni of oil I ftctorlea in certain munlcipallrlef I throuchout the Mate Concessions have bcn granted re I cen,!v bv the state congress r.r va i riou factories to manufacture glass, II batoroorks and thread, Bait rr.d i's I product", paper of all srades. rubhi : I Jjodg vegetable dyes and ink and but I urns from vegetable Ivory nu. These I o-ciJled 'concessions" are not to be I confounded with 'he exclusive monop I ollea ;o popular in other Lal'n-Ameri I ran countries which In the past have I rrnreJ to be a hampir Instead of an I aid to Industrial dev elnpmen. In Br.i nl a "concessions" to esiahlish a fac tory or Industry is more In the nature of a "charter" with, in some cases, special tax exemptions for a number of years, or privileges In the. matter of import dues on machinery and I equipment. The Alsatian Tlantations company, i German syndicate, has reopened its I plantation near Para, which was aban t dooed v hi n Brazil entered tiv war on I I tDe side of the allies This compar.) 9 I has 200,000 banana trees and 100,000 I ibacaxls (pine apples) under cultiva H I Hon. Banan;!- ihnve exceptionally ; nil In this region, they are subject to 7; none of the diseases prevalent in other banana-growing countries, and owjnL I to the extra.onJMii.nl even c 1 1 m t ol 1 Para require little attention when a I growing The P.tra and Antazon&l h.i I nanas are said to be the best Brazil produces, and are in groat demand in 1 I Rio and Buenos Aires; they - ro snidi I I to stand rhipnient unusually well. IP Norwegians are operating a large j I ttrg saw mill on the Ilh.i la? On i. I t an Island in the Guajai i rlvei oppo- I site the city of Para Although there are imiu'-n.-e force's full of woods of many varieties. : ori I of tbem of the greatest commercial , aJue, It is surprising how ew first Jr class saw mills there are in the re ;iod. ;'nd there are none which might I be said to compare in efficiency with I thofe of our own northwest Owing to the maze of v.ate;'wayj I which covers the entire surface of the I ralley, there can never be any large railroad paralleling the main Amazon nver and all railroads will therefore 1 be constructed to act as feeder" or.l , I to the main river and its principal nf fluents, opening up the interior bm of the river banks, i onr -essions iiave J : recently been granted b the state 5ress for various short lines, one of w huh is Intended to link the Amazon, from the town of Mac-.ipa near its month, with the apock river whi' h separates Brazil from French (iuiana ; ij I This line will open up vasl areas suit- I ible for cattle raising, as aloe gold J bearing lands which v.ei, a lia:ulon.-d R hen the French ceded the northern. . : Wrt ol the state ,,f p:,rK 'n Brazil !enty years ago. H Another une is to be constructed utween the town of Obidos, 600 mi ea I S P river, and Dutch Guiana, line is GILBERT DEFEATS RYAN WHO I IS A SOUTHERN IMPORTATION s J SALT LAKE. Uec 4 Pat Gilbert last night won a clean-cut decision over Jack Ryan t Memphis at the weekly show held in the Armorv It was one decision which no fan doubted, as Pat made a ery tire J boy of his opponent during the six round bout, hit him with a variety uf blows and on almost every inch of his body. That which spelled final lor the southern boy was Gilberts heavy infighting, which includes some of the boniest body punches that have been seen at the local club. Ryan's main reliance was a leaning crouch, then bopping in. with an overhand right, who h Pat usually stopped with his head. During the clinches Pat tore Ryan's midriff to pieces. In the first round Pat had his man's number, but spent the round finding ! out what Ryan had concealed, if an thlnf. During the round Pat discov ered that he could well afford to take Ryan's overhand 1 1 p h t s in order to get OVSJT his wind punishment. Early in the secon.i round Gilbert bt gan work ins tow ard a decision, and he added to his lead in each following round. The third round found the southerner slowing up under Gilbert's stomach blows The fourth wa. th. beginning pf th end. as Gilbert dealt out some severe punishment, and St the bell Rjan was beinc counted out. Ryan .ame hack lor the fifth anything but fresh and (llherl'u hoavi- ti -v.-L Anntlnniul . . . - v '''' J nnu the southern boy on the mat at the bell During the last round Pat also, put Ryan down for the count of eight, but the latter weathered It out ' tl . bell A Lively Scrap. The second honors went to the bout between Clarence Jackson and Le6ter Griffith in their four round bout These boys went at each other the full dis tance and made use of svery minute. I'UiinE the first round and the first part of the secon.l it looked anything but encouraging for Jackson ,as Grif fith, came in with a true right upper cut to the face and a left hook to the wind which made Jackson weary Dot with the aid of an overhand r'g'nt under construction on the banks of the Tocantines river from the first rapids, at Aicobaca, to ihe navigable ater of the upper rivc-r. and r.bOUl ninety miles of the lower end is now practically completed. Other railroad concessions are under discussion in the chamber of deputies as also Bun dry motor roads from the banks of some of the rivers to Interior centers of population It is rumored that th'1 BrAgacCS railroad is about to be sold b the BtatS of Parato and English Byndicati which Is said to be backed by tre banking lirm of Rothschild Co. The charter of this railroad provides for a line from the city of Para toward the Atlantic and parallel to the coast in the states of Para and Maranbao About 140 miles have been completed and in operation for seven' 1 years 'through a highly productive rtgricul tural district, but the recent discovery of valuable ores and mineral deposits on the projected line Into Maranbao probabl) has been ih- occasion of tbo outside inrest. Corn, bean--, rice mandlOCa, bananas, and many other fruits potatoes, vegetables of all kinds are no wbeing raised in the Bragahca section for the local mnr; et, and dur ing the past year or two the produc tion of cotton, tobacco, ?ugar cane, cacao has hern undertaken on ".n ex tensive scale An announcement appeared in the local newspapers recently in.it ihe Johnson line is about to establish i steamer service between .Swedish ports and the Amazon, touching a Sp.mish and Portuguese por'3. Lqcal Americans are outspoken In : their regret that there appears to be i no American participation in this de jvelopment work, they claim there is j no region on earth offering frester opportunities. PATRIOTISM IS URGED. SEATTLE. Wash . lec. 3 Appeal to, 'all patriotic organizations to unite in a Btatewtde campaign to teach and preach patrJo:isni and combat radical ism through education was made by Governor Louis F. Hart in an address here today at a meeting ot county i chairmen of the Loyal League of, ! Washington, recenih formed to spread 'patriotic doctrines i It! telling ynn this is the finest rjisplny ol men's hosiery that ever came into tl is oitj yve justify the self-praiso by present inp styles and qualities that b-u us out. see the new rich silks in handsome solid color tones, self colors embroidered ef fects, two tone treatments, also lisle; or.A worsted and wool mixtures by the way! new fall and winter weaves r underwear are ready, now, you ehoose here from all thp hest known nnd mos wanted makes, B Lr swing to Griffith's jaw. Jackson's i chances became brishur and in the third and fourth he fought his man to a standstill. If anything, getting a shade in the last round The third round of this bout wae a hummer for action, the boys boring in after -ach break The blows vhleh Unifith put In to Jackson's wind were plentiful and telling. Jackson used a straight left and va heavy right over hand swing to the face, which hit it? mark now and then. A draw decision was received with approval Fighting George Sollls and Art Rruc cer put on a four-round bout whjch resulted in a draw. While this bout was good, it lacked the customary fast work by George and the extra hard slugging on Rrugger's part. Had George forced' the fighting instead of displaying "fancy stuff" the bout would have been more Interesting The feature in this bout wer. .fr -cleverness in putting in a straight left and getting out. while Hrugger evened matters up with his terrific rights and lefts. Two Counted Out. The scheduled lour-round co be tween Al RaleUh and Bud t diver last ed two rounds, the referee counting Oliver out In the second Raleigh, al thouch outweighed somewhat, fought a game flsht. and with his stiff rights to the wind toppied Olives over In the fn il and put him out for keeps in the second. line itauuon, oy soring in i'i tut time, worked on Roy Hansen sulfi clently durinc the first round to lay him out for the full count in the sec ond. Although Hansen fought his man ui every turn ilurinr: the first, he lack ed :he necessary breath to last. Jack Drummle and Frank Browning, substituting for Red Hogan and Jay Herman, put on the slowest fight of the evening, going four rounds to B draw decision. Browning had the abil ity to "decision'' his man in each round but failed to kick throuch. Drummie, after the first two rounds, was any thing but eager to continue and. with Browning's ability to crawl in a shell and not move, a draw decision resulted. PHAGES Bill BEST AND ALSO COSTLIEST Manager J. F. Goss Has Bill Extraordinary at Oi pheum Starting Today. Dancing exquisite, graceful and col orful dancing that tells a story as fascinating as that ever presented in a drama, murks "Julnar if the Bea,' which will be given by the famous ) Denishawn Dancers as the starline ; feature of this afternoon's new bill at Pantages. "Julnar of Ihe Sea" Is based on n (story from the "Arabian Nights" and carries a prologue and three scenes The prologue shows a window in the Palace ofJShehrzad, the storyteller ot King t'olonion fame. Scene one Is laid in the bronze palace of the shah of Persia, scene two reveals the home ot Julnar" at the bottom of the sea and scene three opens in a slave market in an oriental city Sixteen persons are included in the presentation of "Julnar of the Sea." each one an artist In ti rpsichore Miss Alice Powell, the beaut ilul Denishawn star, who has gained wide fame with her exquisite art, will be seen as Jul nar. while Miles Smith will have the role of Prince Bedr Basim. The en tire story of "Julnar of the Sea" will be told through the medium of dan i ing "The Mosquito Trust" is a slap-and dash chatter turn in which Winn Shaw and Hester Bernard will persuade Pan tages audiences that the sorest way to gain wealth is to corner the mosquito market and they tell how, too. Dancers, singers and club jugglers :f high rank are the Mor'.on Jewel Four Walser & Walser offer a lot oi fun In "Misty Nonsense." while Mur ray Livingston as "The Dn-amer" who reveals himself as a hlgh-ClasS: portean artist. A breezj act that teems with mirth is 'The Syncopated Hotel," put on by Austin and Delaney. Albert Krlckson's jolly musical scores will top off the bill Adv. uu "Pussyfoot" Shows Once Again He Is "Good Fellow" UDON. Dec 4 William E Johnson, the American anti-saloon or ganiser, for whom the Evening News opened a testimonial because of in juries received in a recent "racking" by students, has written to the news paper asking that the money thus raised be sent to St DlUMtan's hospital for the blind. Mr. Johnson, whose eye was re moved a few days ago, is progressing satisfactorily and will leave the nurs ing home tomorrow. oo New York Lacks Sugar In Chain of Grocery Stores NEW YORK, Dec. 4. All depart ment stores and most of the retail chain grocery stores throuchout the city are without sugar for the first time since the shortage became acute, it was reported today. A Cuban ship ment of 3.000 tons due here about De cember 15 is expected to relieve the shortage. IDAHO WILL TRADE FOR FOREST LANDS BOISE. Idaho, Dor 3 Approximate ly 210.840 acres of forest lands will be involved in the proposed exchange o: lands between the state and federal Rovernmentp A check on the plats In the land department ehow Idaho school jt " I A New Edio Wt 'fi Every member of II Stt The "NEW EDI- IH H lSw the family wil1 en" 111 ! SON" doe not im" (b H jat ' every ay 'n j&jjg ' ' 7 .ZTvnr j 'j ate jjr I ear to e con" g j j! There is no chang- "1 I yx'AC V'n"d tha' U h" li fnF U ing of needles and fi. lands, scattered indiscriminately overt the national forest areas, total -50.000 j ncres of surveyed sectious The state proposes to exchange most of this acreage for several forest tracts j to which the stale is entitled. The state may take one large tract, or select several, and proposes to Stake advantage of the latter offer by the government. oo Dances in the Wards To Close At 11 P. M. By the decision of the social com mittee of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, dancing in wards of the church will cease at 11 o'clock. The committee has been considering the matter for some time. This rule will beo bserved in each ward in every part of the state. uu Senator King Has Mexican Resolution WASHINGTON. Dec 3 United I States Senator V. H. King, of I tah, held a conference today on the Mex ican situatiou with Secretary of State Lansing. While not at liberty to discus- the details of their conference. Senator King admitted that in the state department's opinion the Mexican i situation has reached a most critical Investment I Speculation To the layman It Is sometimes W I impo&sible to tell the difference between .1 good, sound Invest- ', J went nnd doubtful speculation. ' when It comes to the purcha.? - , of stocks and bonds Money j 's too hard to get to risk ay I ; buying stocks iQnorantly. It is ' . our buiiness to be Informed as to the merits of all securities i ; offered to the public, and .vo , ihall be glad to give you con ic, entious and expert advice ' no charge. LIBERTY BONDS W The 3.ifeot Investment In the world. If you can Duy more m buy from us. If you must sM ! tt Phone 32 I J-fl-Hoile & Co I K ECCLES BLOS1 169 MAIN 5T OG16N SALT LAE fl stage and may be turned one way or the other at any minute Senator Kins called on Secretary Lansing to exchange views regarding Mexico, and particularly to discuss resolutions which the senator has drawn bearing on our relations with Mexico Follow ing the conference Senator King an nounced thai tomorrow he will intro duce and press two of his resolutions ir District Engineer Goes to Convention B. J Finch, district engineer for th bureau of public roads, left today for Louisville. K.. where a convention of state highway officials will be held December S to 11. He will represent the inler niountaln district. Mr Pinch has been asked to deliver a paper at the meeting of the district engineers and other officers, to be held in Washington. D. C. The latter meeting will be following the conven lion at Louisville. EIGHT CHILDREN HAD CROUP. ' I have eight children and give Fol ey's Honey and Tar to all of them," writes Mrs P. Rehkamp. 2404 Herman St., Covington, Ky.: ' They ail were subject to croup." It loosens and clears mucus and phlegm, .-tops that strangling cough, makes easy breath ling possible and permits quiet sleep. It contains no opiates, and children like it Good for colds, bronchial coughs and the toughs that linger cn after influenza or grip. Good for grown ups as for children A. R. Mc llntyre Drug Co. Advertisement. nn DOCTOR EXONERATED. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M . Dec. 4. Doctor O. E. Troy of Raton, N. M., who was held to the grand Jury on a murder charge following the sudden death of his wife laM Auuusi. has been exonerated and the charges dismlssad by the district attorney, it was an nounced todaj The case attracted considerable St lenlion as Mrs. Troy's parents. Mr and Mr 11 H Whipple, went to Raton from Kansas City to press the chaiges against Dr Troy. i oo MANY LEARN RIGHT DANCING METHODS RRIGHAM CITY. Dec 3 The social convention under the direction ot the Box Elder stake social committee, opened in this city last evening at the Fourth ward amusement hall and will continue each evening during the week. About sixty people participated in the opening session and Mit-s Daisy Madsen. one of the delegates who went to the social convention in Salt Lake, stated the purpose of the convention, and was followed in a talk by Chair man Abel S. Rich on social work cen orally. A discussion on the topic, '1 lancing as a Form of K was led by Victor E Madsen and brought out much information on the juhjecl Miss Nondus Jeppson, the j other delegate from this stake to Salt I Lake, conducted the dancing demon stration, in which the correct and in correct positions were explained and Illustrated At each session a differ ent topic will be discussed. The pur I pose of the convention is to develop uniformity in dancing in this commu I nlly oo PAPER PURCHASED. ST LOT IS. Mo., Dec. A. The St Louis Republic, one of the oldest news papers in the United States and the jfir to be published west of the Mis sissippi river, has been purchased by i its competitor the St. Louis Olobc Democrat, and trill suspend publica tion with today's issue. Read the Classified Ad.' -oo Read the Classified Ada ELECT! EXPENSES I FOR TIE CITI ME I ODES 1.1 I expenses for Ogden's election amounted to ftomt thing over $.".,t)0". it was reported yesterday by Auditor , Larson The city paid $293.10 for : election expenses in October and added ? ' 'm;:: : i (lurinc November Other ex pi nses will have to be met this month. Tlx financial report for October was ; submitted yesterday and approved. The report shows revenue of $8. I 831 8b during the month with disburse ments of $62,064.94. l I Only 5 Minutes I I Hi That & all it takes to heat and serve Pierce's Horn- tf iny. Only the whitest, biggest corn kernels are hulled by our special process and cooked to a sweet tenderness for this delicious dinner vegetable. .. . m flf fSAtW KM I'ierce's Fork m.l il-ans a.. fJi mJfeSSS 1&M carefully prepar d by export TXWi: HP chef, irom th.