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THE NEPHI. county eat of Juab county, Utah, the greatest dry farming section of Utah, owni its own electric light plant, water works and 8 miles paved sidewalks. Two banks, lumber yard, plaster mill, fine schools and a modern hotel. : r fllT JJ 1 Jn TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH. S, TSmesKfews The Home Page of Live Heads the "Lame Duck Parade" Former Senator John F. Nugent of Idaho (portrait herewith) may be said to head what official Washington calls the "Lame Duck Parade."- - One guess as to the nature of the sain procession. Anyway, President Wilson nominated him for a place on the Federal Trade commission, with a salary of $10,000. Senatorial courtesy made a requick Job of his continuation. He signed from, the senate without waiting for March 4. He is a lawyer of Boise 9 r and was appointed senator by Governor Alexander In 1918 to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator James H. Brady. Frank R. Gooding, elected in November to succeed Nugent, was appointed senator by Governor Davis upon Nugent's resignation. The "Lame Duck Parade" this year in the senate was Just about the longest on record. In the procession were the following senators, their Hi.i.nr rivpn tn rmrentheses : Arizona (It. H. Cameron) ; M. ; Smith, California (S. Phelan, Shortridge) J. Ernst) ; Gore, (R. ; L. Henderson, Nevada (T. Oddle) lieckham, Kentucky Oklahoma (J. W, Herreld) ; Chamberlain, Oregon (It. N. Stanfield) ; Thomas, Colorado (S. D. Nicholson) ; Kirby, Arkansas (T. II. Caraway) ; Smith, Maryland (O. E. Weller) ; Smith, Georgia (T. E. Watson) ; Johnson, South Dakota (Peter Norbeck). .,.c, TtlE . Ameckm LEGION (Copy i um LiepM.i l ment the American Legion New tui by Supplied Service.) WELL KNOWN IN HOME STATE James T. Duane, Commander of Massachusetts Department, Known to Many of His Buddies. James T. Duane, commander of the of the Massachusetts department American Legion, is perhaps better known to the Le gionnaires in his state than any other Legion official. He Is said to have 0 met more than former service men aw' women during the time lie was head of the military division of the Massachusel ts state treasury which had charge of the Jistribution of the state bonus. When Mr. Duune sailed Tor France with tliTwenty-slxtdivision, he was i private ; when he returned to Amerl-c- u after participation in a!raost every major offensive of the war, he was the captain in command Of the company with which he went overseas as a n V'vate. He had also served as a commander for a time- - during Uie Argonne-Meus-e drive. Mr. Duane has been a retail sales-oia-n in Massachusetts and New York, a member of the theatrical profession and assistant manager for an electric and gas company. During his career as a state official, he wan In charge of the disbursement of $20,000,000 In gratuities to veterans of the war. As a member of the state welfare and post activities and state executive committees of the Massachusetts department of the Legion, Mr. Duane was instrumental la blocking the pro- Angell, Heiress and of Age Miss Dellora Angell, the former Lake Forest (111.) school girl who Inherited $38,000,000 of the John W. Gates estate. Is now her own boss almost. An order has been entered In Kane county (111.) probate court by Judge C. S. Williams dismissing her father, Robert Frank Angell, as her guardian. Miss Angell has reached the legal age of 18 years. With the discharge of the guardianship Miss Angell comes Into full control of $300,000 of her wealth, a separate bequest of Mr. and Mrs. Gates and their son, the late Charles Gates. She will not come Into full control of the bulk of the estate until she Is forty years old. Mr. Angell was named by the court as attorney-in-fac- t and business manager of Ms daughter's Income until she reaches the age of 21. At that time she will have full control of the Income, but will not receive any of the. estate Itself until she is thirty-on- e years old, when she will be of It. She will receive another quarter at thirty-five- , and given tbe remaining half at forty. ) bnt-Jnllo- posed transfer mental of patients to the pld State Insane asylum at Worcester,' Mass., and In the establishment of a permanent staff of teachers In the various Public Health Service hospitals. RULES IN CAROLINA SOUTH one-quart- er on Radical Aliens The policy of the department of labor as to the arrest and deportation of radical aliens, concerning which It has had clashes' with the department of Justice, is announced by Secretary Wilson, in a statement summarized as follows : "No person shall be arrested except upon sworn affidavit based upon information and belief. "No person, when arrested, shall " be held Incommunicado. "Every person arrested shall be entitled to counsel Immediately upon being taken Into custody. They shall I 7""" be confronted with the evidence and mm.. shall be permitted to furnish testimony and be heard In their own behalf. "Excessive ball shall fiOt be required. "These safeguards of American libL.s. -f erty having been provided, if It Is then shown by the evidence that any alien Is deportable under the stalled anarchistic laws, we will deport him with as little compunction as we would attack an Invading enemy. We will not deport anyone simply because he has been accused or because he Is suspected of being a 'red.' We have no authority to do so under the law." J J if "Baby" McLeod and "Uncle Joe" the Clarence 3. McLeod of Detroit Is youngest member of congress elected November 2. He was twenty-fivIn July, and that Is the minimum age for membership In the house of representatives, as presorliied In the Constitution. His friends boast that he Is the youngest member ever elected Bo far m they know his In Michigan. election establishes a record for all the states In the item of youth. He candidate July 12, filed a petition as nine days after coining within the ge limit. His election is for the short term ending In March, a vacancy In the Thirteenth Michigan district havm occurred by the death of Charles A. Nichols, who had been the representative since the district wns created In. 11)11. Tlwre was little contest for the' jtlnc p, owing to the shortness of the term. young Mcleod Is graduate of parochial schools, the Universl.y of Detroit and the Detroit College of Law. U obtained his law diploma In 1917, and Immediately went Into the amy. e It down. The 8. Forget to pay your dues. post can get along awhile longer with- out your contribution. 9. Don't try to get new members. George will do It. 10. Don't do any work on post affairs, or any more than is absolutely necessary. When other members roll dp their sleeves and give unselfishly of their time and ability to help things along, get np on your hind legs and howl that the post Is being run by a clique. . . 11. Remember, you owe no duty or obligation to a sick or disabled buddy your own personal comfort comes first. 50,-00- h W. B. Wilson re. Topics PUBLIC EYE G. Howard Mahon, Jr., Elevated to Department Commander of Legion in Home State. DOCTOR IS DEPT. COMMANDER M. D., Is Leader of the Mississippi Department of the American Legion. Ira L. Parsons, Dr. Ira L. Parsons, commander of the Mississippi department of the American Legion was one of the thousands of who left lucrative practices to enter r.i service military during the World war. However, his case is exceptional In that he was 41 years aid at the outbreak of the war. tooru iu Lincoln county. Miss., Dr. Parsons was educated In the public and high schools of his native state. Mississippi college and Tulane university. Since graduation he has ben engaged In the practice of medicine at Brookhaven, Miss. During the border troubles, Dr.. Tar-son- s served as first lieutenant and captain, respectively. In the Mississippi National Guard. Later he was promoted to major and placed in charge of Field Hospkal 153. He went over seas in command of the Seventh corps field hospital and served with that unit until December 1918, when he was placed In command of Collecting hospital, Seventh corps at WItllch, Germany. Dr. Parsons was a member of the executive committee and was elected state commander of the Mississippi department of the Legion In 1920. u iu action, spent long months In French, English and American hos pitals and was dis charged with dis ability, be has tak en a prominent part In the orgnn- - It's a harmless piece of Junk now, but It formerly spoke with considerable degree of authority. This captured German 77 Is now permanently retired, on the public square In Marshfield, Wis. It was placed there by members of William n Iglnn. Having attended the "Citadel" military school. Mr. Million develoed an Interest In military affairs at an early age. He was in command of the First battalion, 118th Infnntry from the time It was organized until he wns wounded when the Thirtieth division routed the Boches at HelllcourL TIMELY HINTS BY SETLIFFE Illinois State Adjutant Offers Eleven Commandments Which He Has Found Useful. Eleven commandments "reverse English" have been found useful by William Q. Setllffe, wtnte adjutant of the American Legion In Illinois, In program 'or building up the that state. They are as follows: 1. Don't attend meetings If It rains. Too might get yonr feet wet, snd you are not In th physical condition you were st the cantonments, or at Brest. 2. Don't think of going If It Is a warm, moonlight night. There are lots of other things you could do that sort F'r Instance ph, roll of a night. your own Ides. 8. If you should attend a meeting, find fault with everything that's go Ing on. If your officers are showing pep, demnnd to know In open meeting what polltlchl offices they Intend running for. 4. Never accept an office In the post. In mal loss are largely a matter of Intelligent and careful handling. Sporadic and incidental diseases, . such as disorders of tbe digestive and respiratory tracts, can be avoided OF largely by proper handling and feeding. A proper balancing of rations has a material Influence on the health of s Three-Fourtof Ailments Which live stock. Offers Aid. Department Ruin Valuable Herds Can The department of agriculture la Be Prevented. constantly giving out Important information In books and bulletins which may be bad on request and In every state the department has representaSTRICT SANITATION NEEDED tives combating unimnl diseases. It Is well to consult a local veterinarian in case of any disturbing symptoms Sontagious Maladies, Sporadic Ail. and to report to the state veterinarian ments, Parasitic Troubles, Accior wie uinieu isiuics ljcmui tnitriii vl dents anu Neglect Are Ail Agriculture, any symptoms which In Quite Disastrous. dicate the possibility of an epidemic. The wise breeder Is ever on the look- IfTepared by the United States Lri-i'-meout to prevent disease Insteud of 'waitof Agriculture.) ing until a cure Is necessary. Kvery year the people of the United States lose over $200,000,000 directly (and no one Knows how much indi- MAKE COMPOST HEAP rectly) through diseases of farm FOR USE IN GARDEN This is a large toll when divided on r per capita basis, and when 't comes home to the farm stock-raise- r who finds u vnluuble animal dead iu Start By Laying Down Bed of" the barn, or un epidemic spreading inFresh Stable Manure to li is her(, the loss is sometimes dlsas-rrousThe most regrettal le feature DISEASE CAUSE ANIMAL LOSS hs ni ani-aial- s. .- Organic Rubbish, Decayed Vegetable. Dead Vines, Weeds and Other Truck May Be Used Size Plot Necessarily Varies. by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Garden wiiste, decayed vegetables (prepared dead vines, weeds, and the organle rubbish that collects about the place during a busy summer may be cleaned up and put to work again through ther ugency of a compost heup. Start th heap by laying down a bed of stable manure which has not been burned or heated. The size of the plot will' vary with the amount of refuse to b used ; for ordinary uses, If the bed i made 8 feet long by 6 feet wide and 2 feet deep it will serve the purpose. t Over the manure spread a layer of refuse and cover It with another layer of manure. This last layer need be only a foot In thickness. ReProper Care Keeps Farm Animals peat the layers until nil the waste h:t been disposed of and then cover the Healthy. whole with w layer of earth. of the case Is that probably three-fourtIf It Is desired to add to the heap-froof the loss could he prevented. time to time the top layer may Five Causes of Disease. be opened and the new material There are live principal causes of disease and death of farm animuls contagious diseases, sporadic disease, parasitic troubles, accidents and neglect. Contagious diseases can be avoided, or at lenst the!.- consequences greatly diminished, if farmers will learn to with the United States Department of Agriculture and the various state livestock and sanitary authorities, who are, striving to maintain animal health. Farmers should report promptly to the nearest officials any suspicion of the presence of contagious disease, and they should observe carefully all regulations In regard to quarantine, sanitation, and care of animals, as protection against contagion. Tuberculosis Is one of the worst scourges among animals ar It thrives Don't Leave Manure In Piles Exposed stabest In damp, dark, to Weather Conditions Favorable to bles. It Is less common among aniLoss By Washing Use- It to Make mals running at large. Light, dry, a Compost Heap. stables and dry, clean barnyards or paddocks are essential to emptied Into the hole thus made. This the health of farm animals. One val- Is convenient for the suburban home uable point In combating contagious where there Is no animal to consume dlsenses, especially tuberculosis. Is to the kitchen waste. In the spring the start the herd with animals that not heap Is well mixed with a fork and only are free from dlsense. hut are of the compost Is ready to he spread on stock that Is not predisposed to dis- the gnrden plot. Tbe heating manure ease. Official tests of herds are mude will effectively destroy liny weed seed on request and through of present and ulll also break down the the' United States Department of Agri- structure of most of the materials culture with livestock sanitary offi- tluit have been thrown upon the pile. cials.Purchase of breeding stock The process thsy be continued Indefifrom these herds. Is a wise precaution. nitely by simply adding enough Care also should be takeu to obtain manure to Insure heating. Compost Is stock adapted to climatic and local especially valuable for use In hotbed conditions. The other sources of ani and coldf mines. two-foo- - firmly :t - Ixatlon of tbe Legion and lu civic affairs of his state. Mr. MnhAn Is now president of the Toung Men's Business Kngue of Greenville. Following his discharge from the hospital, which did not occur nntll April 3. 11)20. he was elected commander of his home-towpost and Inter depurtment commander of the known throughout the world. Two railroads plus through Nephi. : : phj-sicia- Although Q. Howard Mahon, Jr., of PIECE FROM ENEMY'S LINES Greenville, S. C commander of the South Carolina de Captured German 77 NoW Adorns the Public Square in Marshfield, partment of the American Legion, Wisconsin. was severely wounded In COUNTY invites the stranger within its gates to investigate the possibilities afforded here before going else-wheThe famous Levan ridge is Suggestions for the Farmer and Housewife, prepared by specialists in the Department of Agriculture for the people of East Juab County. : : : Short stories about people of prominence in our country Most offices have duties connected with them, , and It Is much easier to criticize the way the other fellow Is trying to handle the Job. D. Get sore at the organization If you are not appointed on a committee. 6. If you are appointed, don't bother about attending the committee meetings. They often are a bore. 7. During discussion of a motion After If has passed, tell keep still. some one why they should have voted JUAB flTTEAST r r f J . 1 fx" c Marshfield (Wis.) Public Square. J. lsselyonng post with appropriate ceremonies. During the festivities It was noticeable that Argonne veternn shied away from the business end of the gun. Adorns FARM FOR CENSUS PURPOSES Is All Land Which Is Farmed by On Person Either by His Own Labor or With Assistance. According to the 11)20 census there are 0.449.ti8 farms In the United Slates. A "farm" for census purposes Gentle Reminder. is all the'liiml which Is directly fanned "The storm burst upon us so sud- by one person, either by his own labor denly we bad no warning of Its ap- nlotie or with the assistance of memproach." related the tornado victim. bers of the household or hired em"!n an Instant the house wns demol- ployees. When ii hunlowucr bus one ished and scattered to the four winds. or mora tenants, renters, croppers or How I escaped being torn to pieces I managers, the land operated by each do not know " la considered n "farm." little "Good Lordl" ejaculated Mr, I me. almost Meek. "That reminds BOARDER HEN IS DECEPTIVE forgot to do an errand for my wife." American Weekly. Unprofitable Fowl Harbored on Many Farms Because She So Closely Cared for Many Orphans. Resembles Layer. French wnr orphans were Bitty-twcared for during the period of one The boarder hen Is being hnrbored year by the adoption fund raised by the AmcTk-aLegion. The totnl on thnusnnds of farms throughoat the country merely because her owner has amount contributed by Legion pot been led to believe her resemblance, In many parts of the country and Actions, build and conduct in general divlduols for 1920 was S4.(&a o n conform so closely to that of the laying hen only sn expert ran detect her. ALWAYS DEMAND FOR SQUABS Pair of Pigeons Ordinarily produce Dosen or More Young In Year Specialize In Winter. Squnhs are scarce and s premium Is heliijr offered for them. While s pair of p!j.Twn nnllrinrlly produce a doren or more qunlis In s yenr. fney do not .1 MA I. a. rnn In . I . a w. Wore the sqimb raiser can afford to make a socially of producing them In winter. Curing Cowpea Hay, Cow pen hay should be enred with ns little exposure to the sun as slble. , Too long eiposure will rsnss the Ions of the leaves, the most nutritious part of the plant. p. t Sudan gra Is a rapid grower and very gross feeder, producing a lot of feed to the sore In a remarkably short time, ' '