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THE REVOLTS THREATEN A Valuable Habit It 'has Is that of being on time. mnde reputation for thousands. A good watch co6ts very little, and every sensible person should own one. Buy yours now. Our reasonable prices ease the way, CENTRA L POWERS AUSTRIA AND HUN' GERMANY, GARY ARE IN THROES OF BOYD PARK MAIN 4IRUI SALT BARGAINS M I ton Md lo etM - 12 RndU-Ood- d Fol- USED CARS IN HttebitM, $MMk. ranntng crae rcbt pirtifa. Wrii h (to, Vm4 Car Ifpt., Munich Placed Under Martial Law lowing Assassination of Premier. Germany Said to Be Casting About for a Dictator. LAKt CITT Herlln. licrmuny, AuhIi'Iu uml Hunlu the throca of terrorist re volts will ell threaten to niuke the Na. tint cHm Ouaft4 ivimi II vaaiael ter totalis! bat Auto Co ft MOUNTAIN PEACE CONFERENCE APPROVES LEAGUE OF NATIONS Delegates From Utah, Idaho and Wyoming Back of Plan for World Peace. SERIOUS OUTBREAKS. MAKERS OF JEWELRY IOC, NEPHI, UTAH. TIMES-NEW-S, Former President Taft and Other Speakers of International Fame Address Mountain Congress of League to Enforce Peace. gary are Salt Ijike City. The Mountain to Knforce of the congress stuge of the French revolution Peace, held in this city February ill look nillil by In the outbreak is thus fur and 22, brought together probably the ciiii lined to ltiiviirla, whose cupital, greatest galaxy of celebrities the peosection have Munich, wus placed under uuirllal luw ple of the of entertaining in following the UHsusMiia Hon of Premier had the pleasure Kurt KiNiier and llie HiiliKco.uclit shoot- the past decade. Representative citlxcns from every ing of nine men, ut least four of whom, of the intermountain country section two IneludliiK cabinet members, are dead, while five other member of the bad Journeyed to Salt Ijike to take die from their may government u ( .j p tosKii eoin-giunl- Laka Cltr Cei-muii- OS YOUR FROZEN, LEAKY, DAMAGED Wt iajr transportation one wav. Relumed Ilka ii. w. ACKIVUNK WH.WNG In all lu SEIKO RADIATORS Ms save yuu Uiiib ami money. bmucliea. II. & E. Radiator & Welding Co. 252 EdUon Street, Salt Lak City. Utah RODS GIVE NO w The situation in Austria Is obscure, are filtering but ominoiiH rexrt through from Vienna indicating the mnge lias been net there for u siml-la- r PROTECTION French Vins Growers Find They No Benefit From Metal Rods They Erected. Da-ri- France, has been quite extensively equipped In recent years with tad metal rods, similar to lightning rods, known as naragreles or "electric Niagaras." aud ulleged to afA ford protection) from hailstorms. careful study of the functioning of these rods has receolly been published by M. E. Courty of the University of Hordes i) i. The statistics prevented show that numerous hailstorms have occurred In the vicinity of nearly all the rods. Moreover, according to M. Courty, there has been oo obvious chance to the character of these storms since the erection of the rods. His article points out soma of the In USE OF WASTE Ship on Which He Was Peturning Home Narrowly Escapes Grounding. IWlon. The president's ship and Its destroyer escort, the llardliiK, lost their IkMirliitfS lu the heavy fog and ralu off the Massachusetts coast Sunday afternoon while running for 15os-toH) light nod came within perhaps yards of grounding off the beach ut Thatcher's island, 'ne Anne. Warning Vmne Just In time to prevent an accident. Troops and pusscn-Ctr- s piled on deck, but there was no I'resldent Wilson aplMiired punlc. ti HEAT ijultc TJr. Mary ' success has Perhaps your '"r been caused by this very feeling that jntt desire to tnske and retain your Mends. Ton might have Improved yonr position msny times, but yoo feared the 111 feeling engendered In certain circle with your sdvstieernent. There are time In the lives of all men when they must earn choose between what Is for their own bet interest snd their friends, and this does esse of taking ant mean thst It is sdvantsge of friends tnercly distressing them.I 1'erhs ps It principle of bootless Irvolved perfectly honet snd fconorshte, snd to your financial credit hst would your friends think hot If you took the decisive step? Dead. Salvationists to Discard Tambourins. : : . . np-pe- Clothing Needed In Europe. Washington. IlerWrt Hoover, head of the Knroen relief administration, has raided the American lied Cro' that an Immediate supply of clothing of every kind Is aoliitc!y vital to the bealth snd life of "millions of men, women and children freed from fhe tiermsn yoke." fr part In the conference, and to listen to addresses by speakers of Ituernalional fume. Similar have been held In eight other of the larger cities of the country, which have been addressed by William Howard former President Taft and other distinguished citizens of Hie United States, but none of the meeting were more enthusiastic than those held lit Suit Luke. Mr. Taft formed the league to enforce peace In 1014, and Is president of the league. He sees no good reason why a question of such supreme Importance to the whole world should lie made the football of partisan oli- tics, ao'.l be does not believe that those who do not agree with President Wil son are Justified In advocating the de feat of the covenant which holds out the hope of pence. Mr. Taft tvo., of course, the princi pal pealier at the conference, some ftf the sienker of national fame who addressed the congress being A. Lnw- renc president of Harvard university; Oeorge Orafton Wilson, professor of International law at Harvard ; Ir. Henry Van Pyke, former mlnbdcr to The Netherlands; Mrs, Phillip North Moore, President of the National VunrIl of Women ; Henry Morgenthnit, f(rmcr ambassador to Turkey; Vr. Charles II. Itrown, Yala Edward A. Filcne, director university; chamts-- r of commerce, U. X. A. ; Captain Thomas Chamberlain. Krnhk P. Walsh, former Joint chairman of the war labor board, was detained In Han Francisco and was therefore unable to address the congress. Former Governor John C. Cutler presided at the ojiening session of the congress at the tabernacle, which was packed to the doors. Among the prominent L'tahns on the program were former Governor William Spry, Presi dent Ileber J. Grant, bead of the Church of Jesus Christ of IjiMcr-dnSaints; Rev. George E. Iavles, pastor of the First Presbyterian church; Ir, J. A. Wtdtoe, president of the Cnlverslty of Utah: 11. H. Roberts, former chaplain of the ll.'.ih field artillery; J. Will Knight, member of the state rti rite; professor Ievl Edgar Young of the Cnlversity of Ctah. and A. E. Har vey, secretary of the I'lah State Fed eration of tibor. At the opening session of the con gress at the tabernacle, Friday eve ning. Ir. Henry Van !ke, former minister lo The Netherlands, author, sc holar and more lately chaplain and lieutenant commander In the Cnited States nsvy. voiced vlgroTi spfmvnl niiH-tln- y - New York. Tambourines and freewill offering bones which for lnor than thirty live years have been used by the Salvation - army in gathering funds, are lo be- abandoned, say ti statement Issued by Commander Evangeline Pxsith in announcing plans in May. "drive" for $lJIO0is for Oay of Quill Pea Cone, Trite as true Is It to say that times rfcange snd the manners with them Although the hslilt of csrrylna the (wo behind the esf ha hot altovetrer disappeared In Ihls day of the fountstn ten, tj twrlter mnrhlne snd other aim as the liar devices, the quill pen, so Youngest Soldier Discovered. hllnde!phia. The bonor of being the youngest soldier to "carry on" Sgninst the ISorhes at Verdun Is that of Ixmis t'.wiper. 14 years old, who was from overseas. Invalided home Is now mors present generatlim . "t sn adjunct of romance. tge and motion pictures. The foun-tslpen does not lend much artistic tmoef.here to siirb a these. set-tin- e n ly Nins Killed in Wreck. Wstch fee Alrajuakes. English astronomer of prominence bss advanced the theory thst there sre slnjuskes. entirety Independent 'if earthquakes, thst are; csnsed by the explosion of meteors la the stno Pittsburg. Nine erons are known killed and seventy-fivto hsve others Injured, many fatally, when a H. A O. psssenger train crsshed into An e i i t here a dovitde header ber. h-- Walker Reed Criticises League. Washington, Senator Heed of Missouri. ltenuKTat. delivered a two hour address Saturday In which he attac ked the league of nation's constitution, declaring it meant abdication of American sovereignty, vMated the federal constitution and would Involve the 1'nlted States In all foreign entanglements. Think of Yourself. Ton cannot resch a high degree of success In anylhlng without tasking ir . Watertnwn, X. Y. Ir. Mary Walk-- ' or, agel K7 years, dinl at her home on Hunker Hill February 21 after a long MnenM. She wns a surgeon In the civil war and was awarded a congressional medal if honor. She gained considerable fame by llng the only woman allowed to apenr In tnule nltlre by an act of congress. stn-de- Strength sf Boo stf Oak. very small hone, oty one millimeter JtlSS sjore Inch In diameter, will bold S3 pounds In ssipo-ejof- t wHtioiil breaking, while a plere of fmfc of the name thickness f the will bold op on'y 22 pounds. uncoiici-nusl- Alleged Plot to Kill President. New York. Plans for bomb outrages In Iloston and attempts on the life of President Wilson are alleged by the police lo hnve Imhmi discovered follow ing two raids here by members 6f tin tulii'i aunl of pollct headquarters and agents of the I'nlted States poverninel.t l wliUU fourteen men. were nrresiH. The city council of Reykjavik. Iceland, has now begun the baking of bread In a special bakery In connection with the fa works, where fuixl-ermachinery has been Installed In ft special building. The result was excellent. In that the waste heat from the gat works Is being used la a practicable and profitable tnsnner. snd In the course of t short time all the black bresd which msy be needed will be bsked In the new bresd factory. The Idea was thst or young there, snd It Is conldercd one of the best means of saving coal, time end money. Three-pounloaves have I'wn completely baked In three hours In Considerable mini.er. A v' ' WILMAM II. TAI'T PRESIDENT HAS CLOSE CALL. Councilors of Reykjavik. Iceland. Ap ply System Thst Reduces the Taxation of the Citizens. , enemies . ' er principal reasons for the erroneous conclusion thst others hnve drawn to favor of them; for example, the fsct that, normally, only one thunderstorm In five Is attended by hall ; that the area over which hnll falls la normnlly very small In comparison with that covered by the thunderstorm, and hall tends to occur In scattered patches or narrow bands; and. lastly, that a district In which hall has fallen for two or three years In succession often remains free from hall for years, regardless of tl nstsllstloo of device MAKE . upheaval. In Hungary the capital, lludnpest, lit the xeat of a terrorist outbreak similar to the liuvutitin, except that ho far no bloodshed liu.s been reK)rted, The city Is under martial law. trovernineiit troops aro marching on Munich to put down the revolt. All (iermiiny Is casting about for a dictator, a man of iron who will light terror with terror. No one of that cul-ibIs in the offim; now, however, thoiiuli the new revolution may produce 111 in ut any moment. I'jion an anil terrorist campulii with blood and Iron alone do the tier-ma- n people ut present pin their faint hopes for salvation from the most terrible civil wur the orll has seen. region of the The 'i piianrnnime (Hindu. Champ Clark Is Willing. and gentlemeti, Washington. This wss Hpenker P.arkls Is wilting "hfnup Clark's repnse when be wss ,r."wnt!-- d Ss'imlsy tiigtit lo the Sm;h-rKo- - 1ety of Washington as the next ,' dent of the Cnited Ktstes r of the proposed league of nations as espoused by President Wilson. IJenmnds fur reparation on thn part of Germany were expressed by Iir. Van Dyke, who ulso expressed sentiments ugaliist further warfare on the part of the nations. lr. Vun Dyke not only voiced approbation of strenuously President Wilson's participation in the Purls peace conference unci his labors In behalf of the league of nations, luit he referred In u complimentary manner to the part former President Taft Is playing In efforts to promote the proposed league. Ho was most emphatic In his declaration that the league as proposed does not Interfere with this or nny other country's domestic affairs,"! hope no silly ass keeps us out of Ihe league of nation," declared Dr. Van Dyke lu concluding his references to the opposing congressmen unj others. Professor Grafton Wilson took occasion to berate the senators who are opposing the proposed league of though none were mentioned by name. Professor Wilson, during the course of a most nblo uddress, presented arguments aiming to show con clusively that the Monroe doctrine was not endangered by the proposed league, and that the objections brought forward by the opponents of the plan were untenable. John C. Cutler, chairman of the Mountain congress for a league of nations, made a strong for permanent Muce nnd declared the league us fostered by President Wilson was the means to such an end. Slate Senator J. Will Knight, repre senting the associated Industries of the Intermouutnin country, pledged the support of that organization to the proposed league. president John A. Wldstoe of ihe I'nlverslty of fttili appealed for the league on behalf of the farmers of Utah and the other mountain slates. Former President Tuft was the guest of honor at n dinner given at the Hotel Ctah Saturday, over .Km) prominent citizens being present. Following the bamiuet, former Governor Cutler made u short address being followed by Governor Ilaiuberger, who Introduced Mr. Tuft. The former president In otcn!ng Ids dinner speech referred laughingly to his "peculiar pleasure" In being In rtuh, and of the support given Idm In U12 by the stnte. He then told of Ids mission In Salt Ijike uml of the efforts be and the other speakers en- tour In the Interest of the proposed ! i r- - . V n ' f to-- ) ,nr."":;' .'! DR. HENRY VAN DYKE President Taft ut the Tabernacle Sat urday night, nine thousand delegates from I'tuli, Idaho and Wyouiiug voted to udopt u resolution expressing their conviction thut the Leugue of Nations was the means of guurauteelng thut peace, liberty and Justice will be estab lished and maintained on au enduring foundation. "We need to upply the principles of personal and domestic municipal nnd national morality more widely," declared Dean Charles R. Brown of Yale University at the Saturday morning session la the Assembly hull. Other speukers nt the morning session were Mrs. IIUIIp North Moore, president of the National Council of Women of the United Stolen, Professor Levi Edgar Young of the University of Utah und Erlghum II. Roberts chaplain of the H.1tu Utah field artillery. At the Saturday afternoon session at Ihe Tuhernacle, Dr. A. Lawrence Lowell, president of the llarvurd uni versity, presided. The other speakers were Captain TIiouims G. Chamberlain, Henry Morgenthau, former United States ambassador to Turkey, and Ed ward A. Fllene, director of the United Slates cIuiiiiIkt of commerce. 'The soldier fought to make the world safe for democracy, and lie la going to fight to keep It safe," said Cuptaln Chamberlain. Former Ambassador Morgenthau made a strong appeu! for the support of the American people to be placed squarely behind the leugue of nutlons plan. Answering critics of the league of nations plan. Dr. lxiwell declared that no longer was It possible "for tia to wrap ourselves In a cloak of glorious Isolation. We ennnot avoid our responsibility as a great nation. Ilusincss men, Mr. Fllene aald, realized the great need of a league of nations, and did not look npon It a an Utopian thing. In their practical vis-Iohe suld, they strongly favored the formation of such a league to nmlntuln world security. Mrs. hillp North Moore, president of the National Council of Women, who was one of the speakers nt the Mountain Ongress, was the guest of honor at a luncheon Saturday, attended by representative women of Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. Preceding the lunc!;eon. Dr. Charles II. Rrown, dean of the School of Religion at Yale uniMr. versity made a short address. Moore, lu an address following the luncheon, told of the alma of the league Bfid extolled Ihe war work of the women of the nation. Mrs. Moore said It was her privilege to jwesenl the team work of the women of the country during the period of the war and that she knew they were ready to bear a lnrger share of responsibility In Ihe new readjustment of life and principles for which the league of nations stood. of Washington's The celebration birthday anniversary In Salt Ijike will live In the annals of Spirit of Liberty chapter. Daughters of Ihe American Revolution. The members of Ihe chapter and their guests were accorded the privilege of hearing Dr. Henry Von Dyke, former minister to Ihe Netherlands, In an address following a luncheon at the Hotel Utah. n, ''sir1' A. E. HARVEY league of nations were making to educate the oople regarding the covenants of the union. Dr. Henry Van Dyke, former minister lo the Netherlands, followed Mr. Taft with an address In which he declared victory In Ihe war must In made pmcticul by a league of nation s. The action of the rongres culminated In a mass meeting at the Saturday nlsht. prcWded over by President Ileber J. Grant, and attended by over in.mst people, at which former President Taft was the principal siwiiker. Mr. Taft (Wlircd unequivocally In favor of the bugue of nation, snd wns strong In tii denunciation of the senators who have offered opposition to the leaene. Tt'P foimor ( bief executive cmfmeI Ms address largely to an explanation of the various tenets of the proMsnl as drnfled in Paris and to nil evpres-iofl of th" results of the entrance of the Criiled States as a mcmlter of Ihe union of nations. He (le tared that the formation of t!ie lergiie meant "(qs-diplomacy" iih everything In International relations ojien and with the "cards face up tipon. rh table." Mr. Tsft rlosed bis address with a tirring appeal to Ihe women lo support 1)w league of natlotis. Preccing Mr. isft. A. E. Harvey, of the Ctah State Federation of Lihor, in sn able addrws deelnred thot there ought to le a otnntary mdon of naflorrs, a league f riAtlotis io adjnt diapnfea nnd difflmlties nnd In to fneilpste the world's ttrorre two-day- 's SCCftrd With IIKMtT MOIK.KN'THAU J ! v t'f,.-i- follmting the bit-bes- t pf tnelj les. tle address ,v tonirer Weekly Health Talks URIC ACID IN THE SYSTEM BY LEE H. SMITH, M. D. Uric acid is now generally recognized as the cause of more dlsensea-thuwas heretofore believed. When, the kidneys are out of order rlc acid accumulates within the body in superThe disordered kidneys abundance. do not filter the poisons out of the blood, as they ought to do, and so the poisons remain In the blood and float around until tuey find a place to The lodge, In form of urate suits. thing to remember Is-- that you may have rheumatism In any part of the body you may have pains anywhere your back may ache and your head may be dizzy but the trouble Is not where the pala appears. The trouble is in the kiuWyi, snd what is the first thing to do? Yoa must get that ezeesi uric acid out of your system, which caa be done by taking Anuria Tablets, the splendid remedy which Vr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., has pat on sale in the drug stores it a low price. Anurie Tablets (made double strength), when taken into the system as medicine, have the peculiar power of dissolving the uric acid deposited there. Drop a bit of sugar or salt into hot water, and it will disappear. In precisely the asms way do these 01 Anurio Tablets dissolve urie acid. course, after ridding the system of urie scid, it may return again unless you eat the right foods and live the right kind but Dr. Pierce will sdvise yoa fully on proper food and correct living if you write and ask him. He makes no charge for such sdvice. Take Anurie Tablets today, by all means, and cet that uric acid out of your system. Don't, donl, don't, put the matter off. The Pessimist's Dread. "He's an awful pessimist" "What's the matter now?" "Growling about the plenwoat wks-te- r we are having." "What does he see In tlds winter te find fault with?" "Says lie can't help worrybte; about what the price of Ice Is geiag to be next summer." Cuttcura Soothes Baby Rashes, That Itch and burn with hot batha of Cntlcura Soap followed by gentle of Cutlcura Ointment. anointings Nothing better, purer, sweeter, esce-f dally If a little of the fragrant CoO- cura Talcum Is dusted on at the finish. 25c each everywhere, Adv. The Idea. "I conduct my piano business oi strictly Christian principles." "How do you mean?" "My stock is both uprtpUt and square." The cucumber Is one of the shiest of cultivated vegetubles. It has been cultivated In India for 3.000 years. PHYSICIAN WAS IN SERIOUS CONDITION Dr. Farnsworth Gives Doan's Credit for Ifis Wonder-fi- d Recovery. Dr. T. O. Farnsworth, 78 8. Kanawha St, Bnckhannon, W. Vs.. retired physician of over forty years experience, Congressman, Mayor and exCounty Health Officer, s Doan $ Kidney Fill. Here is praia-Dr. Farnswortb's experience aa be tells it: "It wss jut a lew years after my reuni iron) practicing medicine thst I found 1 was afflicted with severe disorder of the kidneys snd bladder. 1 grew steadily worse, and sometimes I wss unable to set around at all. Toe kidney secretions were retarded and so painful in pammg 1 would cry out in misery. I rss in a frightful con Dr. Ftraswarta dition. AftT I had lost hope ia other remedies, Doan'$ Kidney PUa were brought to my attention and I tried them. 1 soon noticed a change for the better. 1 ased several bnvns sad they cured me completely. Never ia my practice did I know a remedy that wmild aerompli.h what Doan't Kidney FCllt did. and I give tbem soy bcaru-r- t endorsement. CM Daaa's el A ay Saea. 0e a Bes DOAN'S KJ?&Y CO, BUFFALO. FOSTER-MH-SUR- N, T. D0NTCUTOUT AShocBoil,CappedV Hock or Bursitis row 17 17 a r - SI 33 Mm will reduce then) aad leave no bteminbes. Stop lameness promptly. 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