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All commercial branches. •Catalog free. 60 N. Main St.. Salt Lake City. JKID FITTING COR8ET PARLORS. Specialists in designing, making, fitting corset*. Hertsôtitching. embroidering, braiding, accordion and side pleating. Buttons made. 40 E. Bdwy. VULCANIZING & RETREADING. Quality and service. Standard Tire Works, 361 So. State. Inventors' Models Made. Key, lock and gun repairing. Knudson Novelty Co., 355 So./ State. SEE YOUR LOCAL PUBLISHER loose leaf binders, special blanks, records of all kinds. He gives Quality Service. r MOLER BARBER COLLEGE. Qualify as bar ber in few weeks. 43 S. West Temple Street NEW CHIEF JUSTICE - mi 1 m , m WM r« : 4 4 William Howard Taft, former Pres ident of the United States, has been appointed chief justice of the Supreme tourt by President Harding and con firmed by the senate. He is the ninth man to hold that high position. Grabs $25,000 Bag Seattle, Wash.—Two bandits Thurs day snatched a bag containing $25,000 In currency from a messenger for the Northwest Trust and Safe Deposit company and escaped in an automobile. This Echo Sixty-Repeater A large room in the castle of Simon e * a - near Milan, has a remarkable echo. A pistol shot Is reverbrated sixty times. Canary's Voice Big for Size A man's voice could be heard 800 iniles away if it had the same carry power in proportion to his weight fis that of a canary. World-Wide Co-operation. Gne thing we know and that Is that tvhen men are able to see their real intrests they will see that they can hot be secured except by world-wide co-operation.—Samuel McChord Crolh ers. As She Saw the Elephant, Little Catherine, aged fonr, saw an riephnnt at a circus for the first time, liooking at It, she exclaimed : "Oh, innmrna, look at the fut horse with a ffiil near his eye*." MOCK RATES examiner disque SAYS LIVE STOCK INDUSTRY STIFLED ON ACCOUNT OF HEAVY RATES Shippers Of Western States Enter Pro test Over Enormous Rates Now Being Paid For Stock Trans portation Washington—Hates held to be on livestock were unreasonable from an econ omic standpoint, and a tion was made recoimnenda to the interstate eom that the carriers reductions for the merce oommiss'on make substantial benefit of business in general, in a re port made Ihurxd^y by IOxaminer Dis que. The case, which was brought by livestock shippers states and in which several state com missions are involved, will be heard soon by the commission. Rates on certain in the Western commodités are stiflling industry and should lie reduced the examiner said, adding, however, that a reduction in rates on traffic in general seems unwarranted at this time. The report said that although rates on livestock were not excessive when judged from a strictly transportation standpoint, they from an economic standpoint." The livestock industry would he materially helped by duoHon in "are unreasonable the report said, a re rates because the cost of getting to market is a substantial item. "We think that the public interests, should favorably con sider the matter of eliminating, for the most part temporarily at least, and es pecially for the longer hauls the in creases in livestock rates made fol lowing the increases ordered in the transportation act." carriers, in the Tlte original complaint against live stock rates was made by the National Livestock Shippers' league, and other producers and public utilities commissions of Kansas, South Dakota, North Dakota, Arizona and Montana and the Ameri can Farm Bureau federation. organizations. Railroads British Favor Cancellation Washington—A letter from Premier Llyod George to President Wilson, da ted August 8, 1920, dealing with a proposal for cancellation of interallied war debts, was placed in the record of the senate finance committee Wednes day by treasury officials during hear ing on the administration's allied loan refunding bill. A cablegram on the same subject from the Britisli chan cellor of exchequer to R. C. Lindsay, representing the British treasury in tiiis country, which was transmitted to the then Assitant Secretary Lef fingwell of the treasury department, also was presented. Taft Sworn In Washington.—William Howard Taft was sworn in Monday as chief justice of the United States. The simple cere mony of elevating the former presi dent to the supreme court was per formed in the office of Attorney Gen eral Daughter}' by Justice Hoehling of the district supreme court in the ab sence from the city of the justices of tlie supreme court. Those present in cluded Mr. Taft's brother, Henry W. Taft of New York, and John T. Adams chairman of the Rpubllcan national committee. After Meat Profiteers Topeka, Kan.— J. H. Mercer, state livestock commissioner of, Kansas, Wednesday, In a letter written on "be half of producers and consumers of this state," called upon Attorney Gen eral Daugherty to take action to stop "enormous profiteering" in food neces sities. Mercer told Daugherty that, while the best grades of steak are be ing sold on the hoof by producers for only 7% cents a pound, the same meat is being retailed at from 30 to 45 cents a pound, and that many hotels ami restaurants are charging as high as $4 a pound for such meat. Aviator Killed London—Harry G. Hawker, the Brit ish aviator who fell In raidocean in an effort to fly across the Atlantic, in 1919, was killed Tuesday when his plane crashed as he was alighting at Hendon. In his trans-Atlantic attempt Hawker was picked up by a steamer after his fall and was landed after h had been given up for dead. Gets Into Jail Dubay Colorado Springs»—G*orge tried to interest Robert Wraith in an inside tip on a horse race when the two got acquainted in a park here. men Had Wraith been wearing h;s uniform sergeant of police at the time. Dubay might not have been In jail. ns a Judge Arrested lkla.—District Judge Luc Sapu^ia. B. Wright of Sapulpa was arrested Wednesday night and released on len late $10000 bond, following an information filed by S. P. Freellng, state attorney générai, before Justice Piltz, charging him with accpting a bribe for a deci he rendered in the $1,900.000 Toin Atkins Oil land case recently. His hearing was set for Jul} sion my preliminary 27 The information did not state who paid the alleged bribe to the presiding fflclal. New Quarters of New York Curb Market mmmmmmsrns®« : >' Hi ft '/ 44 ; : 4 ; h m ■m ! E I ■#a ffl i iTTi if 1 1 I I I L i/l -, Hi M ■ « i H : ; .vÿjJg&S Ä1S 4 44 4W: PI n s mm This is the trading floor of the new quarters of the New' York "curb*' market, which has just moved from tho pavement of Broad street to a handsome building on Trinity place. It is said another outdoor market will take its place on the street. 33S88 Naval Blimp Makes a Forced and Lucky Landing fis* Jà : • ; j:S§j w :4 s® Iff! ;SS i \ ! M YiCijfP ft fill i % iJm W ol n if wk m r • '• f [ wl ■ San Diego officials were recently the guests of the officers of the naval air station on a flying tour over the city, when the rudder of their big Blimp, the B-3, collapsed. although he knew not whither, and chanced to drift low, over this soft-looking tied on it. Lieut. Gordon McDonald, the pilot, kept his machine going, spot—the high school lawn, and set NEW CHIEF JUSTICE Hü j / William Howard Taft, former Pres ident of the United States, has been appointed chief justice of the Supreme court by President Harding and con firmed by the senate. He is the ninth man to hold that high position. DR. KARL RENNER M 4 ^ : lÄil ' : : -o,. V j I ri li I* This is Dr. Karl Renner, who, as premier of Austria, Is said to have 1 made an alliance with the Russian sov iet government. Washington officials sCy this alliance has the greatest sig nificance in connection with both the Bolshevik offensive against Poland and Moscow's campaign for w'orid rev olution. Doctor Renner toid represen tatives of the allies that his country is neutral. Hcw Abbreviation Started. "U. S. A." as an abbreviation for the United States of America is not the device of a lazy man, a song writer or a "colyumist," but is an official usage authorized by resolution of congress far back as 1776. According to a writer in the current issue of the All America Review, pub lished by All America Cables, Inc., tbe resolution was introduced to instruct be public Inspectors of powder to mark ! each ensk approved with the letters j I "ÏT 8. A." Speaker Robertson in the Chair / " I % i m 'S *3 . I ** i Ü mi. • : jfpy Miss Alice M. Robertson, representative from Oklahoma, presiding over the house of representatives. When called to the chair she was presented with the gavel by former Speaker Joseph G. Cannon. This was the first time' ta the history of the country that a woman has ever presided over the tion's largest law-making body. na Three Who Will Help on the Budget H '■ *r ' [ ■ IfS ; Sgi» I ri i dr*' f 4 I SlM. Mi* i Ü These men will assist Charles G. Dawes, newly appointed director of the federal budget, in wielding the pruning knife on government appropriations. Francis J. Kilkenny of Chicago (left). General Dawes' confidential assistant. He was personal aide to General Dawes in France. William T. Abbott of Chicago (center), a business associate of Mr. Dawes, will be acting assistant director. Col. J. C. Ropp of Upland, Pa. (right), will serve as another of the assistants. woman, be electrified. ! The osprey or fish hawk, the largest ; j hawk, is almost as Impressive on the I I wing as the eagle. [ BREVITIES Petersburg, Va„ has a colored police- j The railroads of Switzerland are to ! Ç Thirty-two per cent of the ft. houses in the United States have run ning water in the house. The merest whim of the amir of Af ghanistan is absolute law to his mit j lions of subjects. The healthiest baby in London, ! s h°' vn by recent tests, is an Infant at the Chinese legation. ' m SIR JAMES CRAIG ! ; S I i i I i»L»i GREATEST OPTIMISM PREVAILS IN OFFICIAL CIRCLE OVER RE SULT OF CONFERENCE Interviews With Irish Leaders Come* To Close; Eamonn de Valera Visits British Leader At Quarters at London London—Another meeting between ßamonn de Valera and Premier Lloyd George took place Friday, the discus sion of the preliminaries of the hoped for Irish peace settlement lasting about an hour and a half. At its con clusion it was announced the conversa rion would be resumed later, probably next Monday. The conference was again a two man talk. In adjoining rooms, how ever, Sir Hiram Garwood, the chief secretary for Ireland ; Lord Curzon, the foreign secretary ; Art O'Brien, presi dent of the Gaelic league In London, and Robert C. Barton of the Irish del egation were on hand should theit presence be desired. A member of Mr. de Valera's party gave definite assurances that nothing n the nature of a deadlock or a break down of the conferences threatened at any time. Meanwhile Sir .Tames Craig, the Ulster premier, arrived in London Friday from Belfast, announcing on his arrival that he would see the premier} this afternoon. Those in close touch with tile situa tion believe the preliminaries between he prime minister and the republican eader have been worked out, and that die next step will be consultations be tween Mr. Lloyd George and Sir James Craig, the Ulster premier, these prob ably occurring this afternoon. At the Whitehall entrance to Down ing street scenes similar to Ainsi- oi yesterday were witnessed as the meet ing between the British prime minister and the republican leaXer was in prog •ess. A large crowd awaited Mr. de Valera and cheered him as he entered, ■epeating the ovation as he and his companions left at the close of the talk with Mr. Lloyd George. As the conference proceeded prayers for it» success were said by the crowd n Whitehall, the men and, women kneeling and reciting the rosary. The only incident which has served ; a mar tile ner.ee proceedings has \ _>ew die continued disorder in Belfast. Ye#-' terday's rioting was bitter, two girls \nd a military officer being killed and many persons being injured. After yesterday's meeting with de Valera, the premier held n meeting and then visited Buckingham palace, where lie reported the nf e••• noon's developments to King Georg', "ollowing this he attended a 1 thorn I coalition dinner at the Cecil hotel. Lloyd George's only direct reform 'i ■o yesterday's conversations was ma 1? when he said : "There has been a remarkable trans formation In Ireland. I conferred with Ur. de Valera for three hours. I am sure that both of us did our best to secure the best solution of tirs prob 'em. It is well to remember that we both have our own difficulties to deal . with." CîlV'lPt Rain In Imperial Valley Calexico, Cal.—To a region where rain is unusual and electrical distur bances rare—-the Imperial valley— there came a thunderstorm which old residents said was the most violent In many years. In a three-hour down pour .06 of an Inch of rain fell. This 's about three-fourths of the average annual precipitation in the valley. Re ports reaching here said that in the mountains south of the valley the lownpour reached proportions compar able to a cloudburst. Mrs. Southard After Bail Twin Falls, Idaho—Motion to lulnrt Mrs. Lydia Southard, alleged feminin« biuebeard, to bail was filed Thursday by William P. Guthrie and Homer C. Mills, her attorneys, in the district court and Judge W. A. Babcock is ask ed to fix the ball and grant such othei relief as may be proper. The motirn declares that the evidence in the pre liminary hearing fails to establish a strong probobillty of guilts I d that since Probate Judge O. P. Duvall re fused to fix bond because of having transferred the case to the district court before motion for bail was made rhe district court is requested to talc« " such action, based on the records ic the case. Drouth In France .Paris—Cardinal Dubois, archbishoj of Paris, Thursday called on the pe > pie to pray for rain because of flu prolonged drouth w'hieh has cause! much damage and suffering. Birdmen To Make Long Flight Venice, Calif.— Mexico to Siberia !i the route mapped out by Clarence O Prest of Las Vegas, N. M.. and L. M Bach of Santa Monica, aviators win planned to leave hère Wednesday < r a flight of 4098 miles. They expect t< fly from here to Tijuana, Mexico thence to San Bernardino. Las Vega • N. M., and over Nevada, Utah, Idaho Montana, Canada, Alaska and to Si leria across the Bering straits. S'orx were to be made In every state tra versed.