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THE RICH COUNTY NEWS. RANDOLPH, UTAH BUS1NESSDIRE MJLK DELIVERED TO A GOOD WATCH has helped to make the reputation of more than one young man. Buy four eon a food watch Our prices ease the way CITIES Figures' Announced by Department of Agriculture, on Total Cost to Ultimate Consumer. BOYD PARK JEWELERS Pre pared by the United States Depart- taent of Agriculture.) The total cost of milk delivered to the corisuraer's BOYD PARK BLDG When You Think FORD Think AKSMIfTOO) UTAH'S OLDEST StTrfaL DIALERS 1 52-6- 0 W. SOUTH - WAS. ENGRAVED WEDDING STATIONERY Announcements Invitations Csllina Cards. -- e Your printer is our represent snd has complete samples and prlcse MONUMENT8. Write for catalog. Standard Marble A Granite Cx, 117 W. Broadway. For a real good place to eat, follow the crowds to SHAY'S CAFETERIA Opposite Post Office. Down the marble stairs RUBBER STAMPS A STENCILS. etc, Salt Lake Stamp Co., 65 W. 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Manufacturers abdominal. Maternity support Truss fitters. S. H. Bowmar Co., Brooks Arced MEMORIAL to -- Brig. Gen. Wilapproached on the subject in every part of the liam. Crawford Gorgas, United world, and especially by the presidents and repreStates army, Is to be established sentatives of the Central and South American rein the form of The Institute for publics, to whom the project has been made known Research in Tropical Diseases largely through the efforts of Dr, Franklin Martin, and the Study ' of Preventive who has just returned from a tour of these counMedicine. tries, which he visits from time to time in the in" This Gorgas memorial will he terests of the American College of Surgeons. ' established at Balboa, the PaIn this connection I would state that the subcific entrance to the Panama . ject of tropical medicine has been one of deep canal. The location Is fitting, interest to all medical minds in every part of the since it was General Gorgas who world. While much has been done In our largest made the construction of the and best educational institutions to endeavor to canal possible ; it also puts the institute closely in carry on research work and to acquire knowledge touch with its work. of tropical diseases, and a great deal accomplished The memorial will be of international character. by many special institutions and, departments, such as the London and Liverpool schools of This is as it should be, since the fame of General Gorgas is world wide. It may be doubted 1ft the tropical medicine, and the work of Institutions such as Harvard, Johns Hopkins, the University work of any single man has meant more to civilof California, and many other organizations of ization. It was his sanitary work that demontills kind, nevertheless, all this work has been strated to the world that the white man can live and work in the tropics and maintain good health. limited and hampered by the dearth of material And the end is not yet, since when the time comes for such study and research, and on account of the that the North American continent Is crowded the distance of these institutions from the tropcial I next great migration of the white man will be to centers. Central and South America. In fact it Is no exPanama offers the ideal situation in almost evthe settling of the tropics aggeration to say ery respect for the successful Investigation of these by the Caucasian dates from the completion of the diseases, which have in the past proven to be an Panama canaL Insuperable obstacle to the development of some Anyone who has seen the old Panama at the of the most splendid sections of the earth. What time of the abandonment of the work, of tb.e first has been done In Ianama proves that hitherto canal. Involving so much wasted energy, life, and uninhabitable and undeveloped countries of the money, with its abandoned equipment and the evigreatest possibilities for successful human habidences of unsuccessful labor,, and the thousands tation, with attendant prosperity and of unknown and unnumbered graves of Its workIn the most attractive and desirable parts of the ers, cannot help but be struck with the present earth, are easily within our reach If we can apply aspect of Panama, Its splendid sanitation, its beauIn their development the knowledge that wUl come tiful cities,' Its fine hospitals, and the magnificent from this great institution. accomplishment of the completion of the work of Another splendid feature of this endeavor Is its the canal, making It one of the most beautiful and international character, bringing about a comsalubrious spots In the world, writes Rear Admiral munity of interest and kindly Intercourse among !W. C. Bralsted, U. 8. N., (Retired) In the Pan the humanitarian leaders of all countries, makingAmerican Union. for a better and kinder feeling than has been posThe accomplishment ,of this great work and the gible where the association has been one merely of isanltary regeneration of Panama are due to the political and diplomatic relations. As a single 'efforts of the late William C. Gorgas, United will example of this. It Is my belief that nothing reStates army, and to his efforts more than to any tend to cement .the friendship of the American other the success of this work must be accredited. common Interest and interpublics more than the His earlier, work in the southern states and the course brought about by the work of this InstituWest Indies, and particularly Cuba, and his later tion for the welfare of their Individual countries. efforts In Ecuador and Peru, and his projected, The proposed memorial will consist of a digniwork In Africa give one an Idea of the vast field , fied and classic building, housing the laboratories of splendid endeavor which he accomplished and , for the work and providing every facility for the would have continued had his life been prolonged. teaching of students from the various countries His reputation has gone forth to. all the world, who may be privileged to undertake work at this and ho Is loved and revered in every household. Institution, and who will carry to their homes the made Las so no' ever life single possihe Perhaps that when upplied will, It Is hoped, proknowledge g 'much for the good and of humanity as as splendid as have been produced results duce has that of General Gorgas. There can be, therein Panama Itself. as no to the of fore, desirability question erecting Until the completion of the Gorgas memorial some memorial which will do honor to this WELDING, AUTO RADIATORS & Machinery built and repaired. Best and cheapest. Potter .Welding A Repairing Co., 551 South State. Fox weigh? The TifPFWRITFRs LViiulEiiVJ AH Baby sold. makes rented and L. D. S. BUSINESS COLLEGE. of Efficiency. Ail commercial branches. Catalog free. 60 N. Main St., Salt Lake City. School UD FITTING COIISET PARLORS. in designing, making.' fitting corsets. Ilt'instilching, embre id ring, braiding, accord ?q and s.de pleating. Buttons made. 40 E. Hi) v. VULCANIZING A RETREADING. Quality a 1 service. Standard Tire Works, 361 So. Stae. Inventors repairing. treat man. - ''Many types of memorials have been considered In this connection, but I feel sure that the estab-- 1 lishment of this memorial, The Institute for Research In Tropical Diseases and the Study of Preventive Medicine, carrying with it not only a permanent monument to his memory, but one that will continue his work and be of the greatest value to the welfare of the entire world, would be his Ideal of this commemorative effort. Panama, situated In the heart of the Tropics and In the midst of the Central and South American states, which offer a splendid field for work of this kind, would seem to be the Ideal location, furnishing a wealth of material for the Institution which is being brought Into existence. The honor for the conception of this idea and of bringing it into actual existence must be given to Dr. Belisarlo Porras, the president of the republic of Panama. It was owing to his efforts and those associated with him, such as the Hon. Joseph Lefevre, the representative of the Panaman government In Washington, that a provisional board has been established to begin and carry on this work. Deep Interest has been evinced In the success of this undertaking by all who have been . Models Made. Key, lock and giq Knudson Novelty Co., 355 So. Sta:.v SEE YOUR LOCAL PUBLISHER For loo.--e leaf binders, special blanks, record of all kinds. He gives Quality Service. but on the threshold of tremendous advances that can and will be made through the efforts of research work. Every scientist today realizes that It needs only effort with willing, conscientious, and untiring workers, and the proper provisions for carrying on efforts of this kind, to discover and control diseases In a way that never was dreamed of to the ages gone by. Already the nucleus of a corps of men specially skilled to tropical and preventive medicine has been selected and Is await-- , ing assignment to work as soon as the laboratories are ready. Almost all the leading Institutions have expressed an Interest in the work and a desire to send the best of their research workers to take advantage of the privileges they will be offered at this Institution for an endeavor of thW . well-bein- g, well-bein- lbs Utah 8 Office & School Supply, Si W. Second South St. , TEACH YOUNG BULL TO LEAD terms. POULTRY BOUGHT. For best results ship poultry, eggs and game to Fulton Mkt. Correct Write for prices. weight. Prompt returns. " ; Seals and car tags also made. Send for samples, price . one-wag- - ! CLEANERS A DYERS. Barrie j Quality. Cloches Insured. Work guaranteed. We pay) return postage. Price list on request Myers Cleaners 6 Dyers, 114 E. Broadway. two-teut- Keeping Account of Feed Given to Cows la Necessary to Determine Cost of Producing Milk. fairly representative of many Middle Western cities. The investigation covered seven companies, which sold about 16,500,000 quarts of milk and cream In 1920, or approximately 65 per cent of the total The companies quantity consumed. ranged In size from a very small concern up to the largest, which . operated 40 milk routes. From the point of view of the farmer and the consumer, the Important qnestlon Is, What does It cost to handle the milk from the farm to' the consumer? .The cost of raw milk was between 63 per cent and 75 pdr cent of the total cost of the milk as It reaches the consumer. During the period under study the retail price of Grade A milk In Columbus, as quoted by the. dealers Investigated, ranged from 15 cents to 14.5 cents per quart, though during 1920 the two small dealers sold their milk, which comes, from tubereulin-tqste- d cows, for 15 eents per quart. At the same time the wholesale price of milk ranged from 12 cents to 1 2 cents. The average number of customers per route In 1920 ranged from 169 to 297, and the number of quarts per wagon ranged from 178 to 378, the average being 262. It Is noteworthy that the most profitable company was the one having the largest average Engraving Co. Jennings-Gottscha-ll ed one-tenth- 16? 4J 4B SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH two-tent- - 7 MAIN STREET door In Columbus, O., during the first six. months of 1920, ranged from 11.3 cents up to 15.3 cents per quart. If the costs of one company which does business in certified milk are omitted, according ,to the figures recently announced by the Onited States Department of Agriculture. The cost of the' raw milk delivered at the dairy ranged from 8.7 cents to 10 cents per quart. The total cost of operating the dairy plant, Including the pasteurizing' and bottling of the milk, ranged from 1 cent to 1.4 cents per quart, and the cost of delivering the milk from the dairy to the consumer ranged from; 1.6i cents to 3.9 cents per quart. The Item of administrative expense varies widely, being as low as of a cent per. quart for one small company and as high as 1 cent per quart for a large concern. Two of the seven companies covered were small concerns which produced their own milk supply.'-- ' The cqst of producing the milk for these companies In 1929 was 8.9 cents per quart, which Is very similar to the, price paid for milk by the larger concerns. One of the items of cost which has attracted most attention among students of the milk business is the loss. The depart, bottle ments study Indicates that for the companies covered to Columbus this r. Item ranges from to of a cent per quart. Great difficulty was experienced In getting any satisfactory Information concerning the shrinkage which takes place in the handling and delivery of milk, but according to the best data available this Item amtmnts to between 2.3 per cent and 5.5 per cent of the .total volume of milk. Columbus is a city of 237,031 population, which Is reported to consume about 27,000,000 quarts of milk per annum. This milk is supplied by over 2,000 producers, from 15 different counties, and is transported to Columbus from a territory having a radius of 35 miles. Conditions appear to be wagonload. IOO HOLER BARBER COLLEGE. Qualify as bar ber d) few weeks. 43 S. West Temple Street. The Dish Supreme Whole, mellow, easy to digest. Baked with a zestful sauce a thousand joys to every dish. Rigid inspection insures purity and full measure. kind. . , It Is hoped that many scholarships will he developed to the great educational Institutions whld win enable deserving young men of high attain ments who wish to make a life work of these sul jects to be sent to the Gorgas Memorial lnstltnti for a thorough grounding that will enable them to carry on throughout their lives In all countries the purposes that will mean so much to the well, being and happiness of their respective countries It must be remembered that the dangers of trop. leal diseases are not confined to the Tropics alon but on account of world Intercourse are constants countries, enly being carried to the With thlq dangering their health and Institute at Panama, associated as It will be with the health department of the republic and that the United States, whose officers are stationed la Panama, the constant flow of persons coming from the Tropics through the canal to the northern and countries will be under most careful supervision, and any dangerous element should ba discovered and taken care of at this point. Th splendid chain of hospitals already built and building to Panama, which are the equal of any In tho world, furnish opportunity for the care, Isolation, - treatment, and study of any infected persons that raay .be found. In view of this practical applies tion of the work' of the Institute it Is felt that all countries inyolved will be Interested to assist In the maintenance of the Institution when' oride es- -' tablisbed. To my mind one of the Important and special departments of the institute will be Its library. It Is our hope to gather here the most complete and the finest library on the subjects of tropical and . preventive Ynedicine In the world. It should be mentioned to this connection tiiat the headquarters of the provisional board havS been established at the Pan American Union, un2 supervision of the director, Dr. der the persor L. S. Rowe, - 4 Is a member of the provisional well-bein- al ' building proper the laboratories and equipment of the new Santo Tomas hospital have been offered for use, so that It Is hoped that active research work may begin by January 1, 1922. This work is actually in progress now. The study of the proper is well plans for the memorial building under way, and construction will be begun as soon as these are completed. ; The Tropics, which are so prolific In vegetation of every kind, seem equally fertile in the development of all types and kinds of dread diseases, which tend to make them unsuited and Impossible of habitation until careful sanitation makes them safe when they become the most desirable, the most attractive, and most prosperous of abiding places. It would not be feasible In this short article to direct attention to all the known diseases that it would be possible to study In this institution, but . found such as malaria, yelamong them would be low fever, plngue, dengue, human trypanosomiasis, beriberi, pellagra, leprosy, the various helminthic Infections, cholera, the various mycoses, the myare many unknown and iases, etc. Added to these undiscovered banes of existence, which remain to be found out and to be made Innocuous. We are v- -- board. It Is easy for one who has been In Panama to Institution, standpicture this beautiful and useful Pacific and surrounded ing upon the shores of the bv the buildings of the new Santo Tomas hospital and those of the Panama Exposition, with thei; beautiful gardens 'and artistic embellishment, an to realize how splendid will be the ultimate result of these endeavors to perpetuate the life and work . of General Gorgas. UUMCMSNIKSft When the Briton Get Home. Englshraan and American sitting I a room with four visible doors In i The American got weary doing notl tog, so he said to Bob: Ill bet yo 65 there are five doors In this room. The Englishman replied : Whats tli matter with you? You can see blame well there are only four. American I am game. Put up you money, and lets he doing somethin: anyway. The bet was made. The American commenced to coun One door, two doors, three door: fjur doors, cuspidor, five. Englishman Ha, ha ! Bally goo Wait till I get back to the old countr, and Ill pull that one sure. When the Englishman got back t his club' and found a room with fou doors, he pulled the joke, He com menced to count: One door, tw doors, three doors, four doors, spll loon. and does not know yet wher his foot slipped. Chicago Herald am Examiner. . -- Removing Ink Stains Fhyrophosphate of soda is recommended for the removal of Ink stains. .. IJiis salt does not injure vegetable nber and yields colorless compounds with the ferric oxide 6f the Ink. It la best to. first apply tallow to the ink spot, then wash to a solution of phyropliosphate until both tallow and Ink lmve disappeared- Another formula Is to use a mixture of four parts ot nrtar and two parrs of powered 'uni. Tills is not injurious to cloth. Kher stains also maye be remote.