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I G.Tîlantry of American Soldier« in Cap- 1 turtng Kadish Evokes Admiration of the Allied Command.—Com paratively Small Casualties. New York, News Iiiin been re «»Bed here from th«* allied army In itusaln I that American troops, fightlni stely near Kadlsli, have driven buck Bolshevik! vance there. The launched attacks on th«' Onega sector J and bombarded the allied front. Americans came Into battle along the 1'etrngrade road and In the froze" I The battle was ! fought in snow from two to four feet id wldch math* an Bolshevists roops also The inpM that hunter it. In depth. American forces captured Kadish after » display of gallantry that evoked the admiration of the allied command er*. Special care has been taken of tbe American wounded, and the body of an American officer was taken buck 100 miles by sled and then shipped to Archangel for burial. There were ■ome casualties, but they were small In comparison to those inflicted upon the enemy. Later the Bolshevists opened a ter rific fire from three anil six-inch guns, and launched a counter-attack against the buildings held by Americans In Kadish. So hot was the artillery fire that the Americana were withdrawn temporarily from the village. The line, however, was not taken back very far, and the new positions were firmly held. The enemy did not occupy Kadish, be cause the barrage fire from the Amer ican giltis made the place untenable. Shells falling on thu frozen ground spread their zones of destruction twice as far as they would under normal conditions. The following day, tinder the pro motion of artillery fire, American de tachments again swept forward and re occnpled the town. The men engaged In the advance were from infantry und trench mortar unit*. UTAH BOY8 COMING HOME. Hundred and Forty-fifth Back From Battlefields in France. With every mull of Die New York. com maud well und happy, the United Ktates army transport Santa Teresa »L rived here Jtiuuurv 4 with the 115th ( olond \\ illixm fl**ld artillery aboard. C. Webb and Ills regiment sailed from Bordeaux, December 24. The trip con Mimed twelve days, and all but one day tltc weather springlike and vas most delightful, tin* course of the »hip liuving been well to tbe south, out of 'he path of the wintry storms. The members of tbe regiment bave been tnoved to the debarkation camp at Camp Merritt, N. J., where they will be quartered until every article of their equipment and clothing is fumi gated and preparations are made for their move westward by railroad. They will remain ut Camp Merritt several days. GEN. W. W. HARTS f ■<+" . % \ \ if V Gan. William W. Harts, military aid to Prssldont Wilson at th*» Whit* House until August last, when he Join *d the American force* st the front has been In full cherge of arrange ment* for th* arrival and vlalt of th* president in France and of tho mate US, Dal arrangement* for the stay of th* American peace delegates. Boat Capsize* Five Live* Lost. Tacoma. A woman and four men * met death Saturday night, when the Merchant* Transportation company s Hilly-five foot freighter Amazon '' M B" j *lzed tu Buget sound. Titre«» of tin eight persons ubourd «'raped alive. To Fix Policy of Red Cross Work. Bt Louis ■ Sima ou» of St. j Louis, a major in the Red Gross, has I willed with a stuff of four met from | Sun FntiidHco tot VUulivontulc. -To determine the future policy of the American Red Cross In Siberia, G«*orae H 0[ Somewhere In Germany r r *fr'*J-! - jf ** El « TO - i ! \ S V sa j m v//a ! "Ifc U. 8. TO CELEBRATE 213TH BIRTH DAY OF PHILOSOPHER. Purpose of Observance Is to Encour age Continuance of National Thrift. Benjamin Franklin, Washington, whose plctuer adorns the 191!) issue of the War Savings certificates, will have on Jamtury 17—his 21,'tth. birthday— «me of the most unique birthday cele brations ever undertaken in honor of a distinguished American. It will have the full hacking of the United States government. The event will be celebrated through special exercises to be held In the pub lie schools throughout the country und by various children's organizations. More than 150,000 War Savings socie ties will make the day a special one. In these and many other ways the na tion will Join In paying a gigantic tribute to Benjamin Fmnkllfi, whose words of wisdom on thrift and saving are familiar In every American home. The purpose of this birthday cele bration is to encourage tin* continu ance of national thrift. Americans, pre-war wasters, became notable sav iors under war's pressure. Nationalizing tbis newly acquired thrift habit is the task undertaken by the United States Wise buying, sane saving treasury. im( , wine investment are the wuteh Wl ,rds of the 1919 thrift program, 111 Franklin's day tiie alumnae was (1|le 0 j th t > most popular forms of lit Frankllu himself .,. U | Ur p For years the author of an almanac bearing if Richard Sa tinders, "Boor Richard.'' \\ .IS signature the populnrly known as Many of Krunklln's trite sayings are applicable now as then. IIS beget money, and Its yff h [, r |ng can lieget more, and s -poor Richard" in his "advice to s ,,|f "Money can on,' Young Tradesman." "He that waits upon fortune is uev* sure of a dinner." again said Fruijk "I,ook before or you'll find your Beware of small small leak will sink a great » ■i II n. ex liehlnd. penses ; u ship." Thera and ninny saying* will be utilised ns texts in spe cial birthday i>ther of Franklin'« events on anniversary January 17. Officials of the United Slut«** gov out tin* necessity for There are many completed : the eminent point thrift. continued tasks Inf Europe to he must be main »if occupation at my mined, and many hundreds of thou ihJh of American soldiers are to be The trens returned to their home«, ury department has therefore launched a program of education of the Amert This »ople In thrift ami saving. will reach every line of en can p program tien vor. FAMILY OF FIVE KILLED. Suicides After One-Armed Assassin Murdering Entire Family. mur* com Five peruon« were Omaha slayer der«*d after which the mit ted suicida In the midst of his vlc fnrm house ou Holman'S 1* tltllM Ul K bimt in the Missouri river, nbout eight miles northwest of Lillie Sioux, Iti. A whole family was wiped out. The dead : Wilbur Johnson, farmer, in whose crime was committed, his children, aud "BUI'' me home t !♦ wife aud throe Barnes, a gel 45, t«ell.*\«*d to l.e the All were apparently kille«! murderer. instantly by a shotgun in the hands of Barnes, who used the same weapon to tdow out his ow n brulus. Barnes hail but one arm. - Ex Kaiser Undergoes Operation. Amsterdam.- William Hohenaollern. the former German emperor, has under-j KVU u a successful operation ou one of lids eur> by I'rofessor Lung of Am Lterdaui university. Score of Q|r| , Bi|d|y Burned Bayonne, N. J.—A score of girls were L lly , mrnea at th e Constable Imok yilr , |g of standard Oil company » ben tin explosion of a ten thousand 'gallon gasoline tnuk ear set fire to a building In which they were at work. f the employees of the Omaha Labor Board Hear* Complaints. Omaha.—The war labor hoard, through its Joint chairmen, former president W. H. Tuft and Basil Manly, hltt begun the hearing Into the grlev h Comte!* Bluff's Street Railway Go Ï0 HUNGRY EUROPE PRESIDENT REQUESTS IMMENSE SUM TO SUPPLY FOOD FOR STARVING PEOPLE. Declares That Food Shipments Worth Billion and a Half Dollars Must Be Made From United States to Europe Within Seven Months. Washington. — President Wilson's first legislative recommendation based on bis study of conditions in Europe looks to the relief of distress of popu lations outside of Germany," wit'eh are threatened with starvation. Bequests for immediate appropria tion of •? 100,( KKJ',000 to supply food to liberated peoples of Austria, Turkey, Poland and western Russia, who have no recognized governments and are un able to finance international obliga tions, was transmitted Saturday to congress by Secretary Glass on Cabled instructions from the president. The president's message said that food shipments worth must be made from the United States to Europe in the next seven months. An International organization direct ed by Herbert C. Hoover, will super vise the distribution of the supplies, most of which will be paid for by per sons able to find the necessary re $1,500,000,000 The appropriation requested sources. by tbe president will take care of the population In other districts, notably in eastern and southern Europe, which have been ravaged by war nnd where freedom and governments will emerge only "slowly" out of chaos, lu appealing "to the great sense of charity und good will of the American people toward tiie suffering," the presi dent said : "While the sum of money is in itself large, it is so small compared to the expenditures we have undertaken in tin* hope of bettering the world that it becomes a mere pittance compared to the results that will be obtained from it and the lasting effect that will re main In the United States through an act of such broad humanity and states manlike influence." Returning Soldiers in Wreck. -Three men were killed and Quebec. flfty-fl' e Injured, some seriously, when troop train bound from Halifax to Toronto with returning soldiers was a lerulled near Edmonton MRS. ANNA M. KROSS t it A i ifel \ 'H • 1 if' |l n Sgj| i ^ pwra - MMM* tf***""* S . WHp i;« l »*^.(3 *-■* — - » ■■» A .o. • ■ ■ i nf fftkCi a f . f tH i vIp Mr> Ann> Mo , howiu Kross, who b8e „ m , do M ,t,t an t corporation -ouneel gnd who la th* first of her sex t0 hottl , u#h , position In Now York. p or »«veral years Mr*. Kross has boon p,e attorney for several large labor ! union*. Bavarian Officer Accused. Kurt Eisner, the Bavarian London. premier, has ordered the nrr*»st of n large number of officers In Munich to answer charges of high treason against the Bavarian r«»publlc, according to nn Amsterdam dispatch. Suffragists Get In Bad. Washington,— Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's party, nnd four other members of the organiza tion were arrested Saturday for viola tion of park regulations an 1 lighting fires on government property. IN NUN CAPITAL CIVIL WAR BREAKS OUT IN BERLIN, FURIOUS LIGHTING OCCURRING IN SVREETS. Thousands of Armed Workmen of Spartacus Faction Are Joined by Independent Socialists in Fight Against Present Government. Copenhagen.'—Berlin is In a Mute of eoiupiete anarchy ami civil heg nn there, according to the .Munich correspondent of the Politiken. Iti.s in rur has formation, lie says, is based phonic messages from capital. All the banks are barricaded and a great number of the public buildings are in the hands of the Spurtacun, or extreme radical group. Thousands of armed workmen of the on tele the dtrmun Spartacus faction, the correspondent reports, are crowding the streets and at several points tiring lias begun. The sound of machine gun fire could be heard from all parts of Berlin. The Independent Socialists, whose leaders were recently dismissed from the government, are reportd to have gone over entirely to the Spurtaeans. These two groups have issued a joint proclamation, declaring that the final fight to preserve the revolution must now be fought. The message reported the intention of the government to muke an effort to storm the building of the police guard later in the day and take possession of all the machine guns and cannon there. Dr. Karl Liebknecht, the Spartaean leader. 1ms been seen about the city organizing his troops for the final fight which, the correspondent says, is ex pected to begin very soon. Hundreds of persons are reported fleeing from the city. Bird Law Declared Invalid. Washington.—The federal migratory bird law of 1913, under which the gov ernment for tiie first time exerted authority over prescribed "closed sea sons" for wild birds which habitually migrate from state to state with the varying seasons, was In effect deelared invalid on January 7 by the supreme court, which dismissed on the govern ment's motion an appeal from a de cision of the Arkansas federal district court, holding the statute unconstitu tional. Cow Makes New Milking Record. Woodland, Cal.—Tilly Ancartra, reg istered Holstein cow, was found to have made a new world's record for milk production when result - » of one yeur's official test were compiled, January 7. Tilly's production of the lacteal fluid was. 33.424.8 pounds. She takes the honor front a Washington Holstein, Lutseke Vale Cornucopia of Chinmcum, which made a record of 32,240.9 pounds two years ago. Stephens Attacks I. W. W. Sacramento, Cal.—"Unless vigorous ly stamped out,' tliç so-called I. W. W. will destroy labor as completely as it will destroy every other existing thing which is honest, noble and right," Gov ernor William 1). Stephens said in his inaugural address liefere a joint ses sion of tin* California assembly and sénat«*. Wilson Cables His Sympathy. Oyster Buy, N. Y.—Mrs. Roosevelt received on January 7 a cablegram of sympathy from diited Modane, which is on the Franco Italian frontier, reading as follows: "Bruy accept my heartfelt sympathy on the death of your distinguished hus band, the news of which lias shocked President Wilson, me very much." Vessel Sinks Off Virginia Coast. Baltimore. — The ocean-going tug Piedmont sank off the Virginia const last Sunday night ; three of her crew of ten died of exposure and a fourtii man is not expect«»«! to live. The res; of the crew, including the captain, mate and tin* first and second engi neers, were rescued. Plant Trees as Memorial. New York.—In order to give perma nent expression t< ail Colonel Kooso velr stood for, tion," lti.tKH* troops of tlie* Boy Spouts of America, comprising 440.000 mem bers. have been Instructed to plain one or more trees with suitable inscrip tion and ceremony In memory of the former president. the "Boys of tiie Na Woman Bandit Attired as Man. Tacoma, Wash—Three negrot a woman attired ns a man, were cap tured by military police, after an ex elmnge of shots, and $1000 taken in the robbery of the army bank In tin* cantonment was recovered. one Many Killed In Explosion. Between fifteen and vonten and Pittsburg. — twenty peroens, girls, score day \ exchange building. mostly killed nnd more than a were of others injured here lnte Tues vhen an explosion wrecked a film Dynamite Explosion Kills Four. Pinole, Oui. —Four men were killed •xpioslon of 1500 pounds of by the dynamite gelatine in a mixing plant of th.* Hercules Powder company. 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Moler Barber College, 43 8. West Temple St.. 8alt Lake Oity. FOR CONTROL OF UGLINESS Science Should Be Capable of Rem edying or Preventing Defects, Either Physical or Mental. Why Is It that one member of a fam ily is ugly or imperfectly developed, while all the others are practically perfect la form and features? Nearly every family has Its ugly member. If the defects happen to be physical the sufferer will be known a* the runt of the family, or if the de fects are of the morals, as the black sheep. There are good and sufficient cause* for all physical and moral ugliness and there is no reason why these causes may not be discovered and controlled. Why should one member of a fam ily be made sick by eating the same food the others eat and that he has often eaten before? To sny that It doesn't happen to agree with him may be satisfactory to some, but to the Intelligent, Inquiring physician it Is not. There Is some thing wrong with the human machine or It would produce proper results. To the mechanical- engineer Improper results are suggestive either of a lack or of a perversion of energy. The or gan or portion of machinery that has failed to do its proper share of work has not been supplied with its proper share of nerve force. May we not apply the same rules to the building up of the body and of the mind also? BOHEMIA LAND OF PATRIOTS Popular Idea Concerning the Country and Its People Has Been Far From the Truth. When Shakespeare wrote of "the seacoast of Bohemia" he showed no cheerfuller disregard of fact than most of us aow do when we think of that rtchl* ftoried country as a land of gypsies forever bent upon gny or wlldsonte adventure. "Bohemian" has stood for many nn age as an appella- . tion for carefree wanderers; yet as originally applied by the French it probably referred to the expatriated disciples of the Bohemian martyr. John Huss. Splrltual and patriotic fervor rather than lightheartedness are the traditional marks of this people, who after long generations of subjection to Teuton Austria are com ing Into their own. Bohemia was the home of the Czechs for hundreds of years before Germanic Invaders broke In upon Its happy freedom, as early. Indeed, as the sixth century before Christ. The Czechs' love of country nnd of liberty and their sense of Slavic kinship with their oppressed Slovak h ret hr«* g dwell ing near by never died or dimmed. v Despite tyranny nnd persecution th«\v have clung to pride in their past and to hope for their future; they have cherished their language, their lltera turo and customs, their commun faith and Ideals.—Atlanta Journal. Canton a City of Canals. At Canton, the oldest city In south ern China, the river is. In effect, canal ized, and the shipping Is heavy and varied. The water is deep enough for ships of 1.000 tons burden as far us the city, hut foreign boats come up only as far as Whampoa, nine miles to the southeast, where there are ex tensive docks. Here the loading and unloading Is done by native boats. Vessels of deep dnrft lie outside the bar. Forty miles below la the Boca Tigris (Mouth of the Tiger), and the water widens Into a wide estuary. Wa ter divides the old from the new town and surrounds the Island and the sub urbs, where the Europeans live, so that Canton has an abundance of pic turesque water life, Including a big houseboat population. According to the Tltl*. A well-known artist tells of aa amusing colloquy which took place Ib an art gallery between two young women about a copy of Millet'* "Olean •rs." On* of the young women waa «sgrrled avray by hor enthusiasm. "How bzeutlful I Hew wonderful. What art !" she exclaimed. "Above all, h*w natural I" Then, after a pause, "But what tre those people doing?" Draw ing nearer to read the title, she was enlightened. "Oh. now I seel Glean ing millet ! How wonderful I How beautiful I"