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. THEJORDANJOURNAL,MIDVALE,UTAH r~· POSTAL CHARGES I GOVERNMENT WILL 0.__1 _ _ou_rPe_tPie,_e_ __.10 !AGED FIGHTER IS l UTAH ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Logan-The special electric light plant committee of the chamber of commerce has recommended to th<J board of directors of the chamber or commerce that the municipal light vlant be disposed of and that steps ba taken at once to submit the propost· tion of disposing of the piaJ>.t to the J)eople of the city. Price--Harry Hamilton, 30 years (Jf age, employed at the Kenilworth mine No. 1 of the Independent Coal and Coke company suffered a broken back when run over by a loaded car of coal. He was taken to the camp hospital for immediate attention and later sent to St. Mark's hospital in Salt Lake. He is accorded an eveu· chance to recover. SHOULD STRIKE BE CALLED •ON SEPTEMBER FIRST, DRASTIC ACTION WILL BE TAKEN MANY BELIEVE FIRST CLASS MAIL CARRIES BULK OF RUNNING AND WAGE EXPENSE WOMAN'S BACK STOPPED ACHIN KILLED BY CLUB I Suffered Three Years. Relieved by Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable PERSONAL GRIEVANCE BETWEEN TWO OLD UTAH MEN ENDS IN TRAGEDY Compound Notices Are Sent Out to Effect That Men Must Not Walk Out; Coolidge Holds Long Conference One Cent First Class Postal Rate Is Expected by Member of Special Congressional Joint Postal Commission Swampscott, Mass.-The government will take a Land in the anthracite coal field wage negotiations should an agreement not be reached and a strike be called on September 1. The program which the government wm pursue in the event of a strike was discussed at a three-hour confer· ence here by President Coolidge and Salt Lake--Postmaster John A. Israelson of Hyrum was re-elected Secretary Davis. president of the Utah branch of tbe The specific plan of the goYernment was not disclosed. Secretary Davis ~~~i:~a;h~:~~em:fet~:t:~c~h:o:!::;:; slon had received representations on ventured no opinion as to the out· convention at the Hotel Utah. All the subject from many quarters. The come of the wage negotiations now the rest of last year's officers also argument advanced, he added, is that under way. He pointed out, however, were re-elected. They are: First first class vostage is paying a dlspro- that the department of labor, through vice-president, H. J. Shettield, Jr., portionate share of the total carry· two meditators, was keeping in close Kaysville; second vice-preside.nt, H: C., ing cost of the postal service. touch with the discussion of the op· Jacobs. Mount Pleasant; th1rd VICePostmaster General New will be erators and the miners and was hoppresident, A. Marinda Lundberg, heard first by the postal commission. ing that an agreement would be Sandy; and the secretary-treasurer, ' He Is expected to be prepared to fur- reached before the present wage conA. Carol Gesford, Jfuntsvllle. nisb information regarding the oper- tracts expire on August 31. Secretary Davis came to White Salt Lake--Tax collections on gaso- ation of the new rates which became Court to discuss several department line for June will be the largest sincEl effective last April that will torm a matter before sailing for England, the gasoline tax law became effectiv ~- working basis for the commission in Four companies have reported to the but the coal situation received par· secretary of state that they have eel· hearings to be held. ticular emphasis during his conferlected approximately $1000,000 as fclWhile the new rates, argeed upon ence with the executive. lows: Utah Oil and Refining com· tentatively by congress in an effort There was no hint by the president pany, $76,59fi.04; Independent Oil com· to meet the cost of wage Increases to of the ~an of procedure of the govpany, $20,927.94; High Power, $1.- postal employes, have been in over- 1 ernment in case a strike is called. Mr. 964,35; Hal Oll company, $4,019.9tl ation more than three months, data Davis will, however, return to this The Continental and Texas companies · as to their operation during that per-! country on August 25, a week before and several smaller dealers which iod still is incomplete, because all the expiration of the present wage have not reported, will swell the re· I postmasters have not been able to agreement in the e.nthracite field. ceipts to avproxlmately $125.00~. Sec> send in their reports for the first The secretary expects to study inretary of State H. E. Crockett remit· dustrial conditions in England, a quarter. ted to the state treasurer the sum of study interrupted two years ago, For this reason the joint commis· $253,000 colectlons of fees for the when he was called back by''tbe death quarter ending June 30, of which $136,· sion will reopen hearings here in Oc- of President Harding. 787,74 was for gasoline tax and $74,- tober, by which time it is expected the vostoffice department will be In a '657.46 for motor vehicle fees. Salt Lake Has Fatal Accident Salt Lake--The Citizens' Military . position to furnish comparisons beSalt Lake-A sweeping police inTraining camp 11.nally disbanded at tween the operations of the new and vestigation has been started to bold rates for a six months' period. Fort Douglas last Sunday morntng cate the driver of an unidentified au· when the student soldiers turned In tomobile that crashed into a touring their bedding and uniforms, resumed U. S. Vice Consul in Mexico Shot car driven by William Henry Young, their civilian clothing and departed Washington-Harold G. Bretherton, 53, well-known sportsman and founder for their respective homes. For the American vice consul at Auguascali· of Young's ·cafe, 127 South Main last time they were assembled In com- entes, Mexico, was shot in the back street, causing Young's machine to pany formation and marched to the by an unknown assailant, it was re- turn' over, killing Mrs. Young and re· finance office, where their tra vellng suiting in Mr. Young suffering a skull allowances were given them. They ported to the state department by of fracture. Mr. Young's condition is were then handed individual certi- Consul Don S. Haven. Secretary • reported critical at Holy Cross hosficates as to the military efficiency State Kellogg at once instructed the pital. The couple were found at 3: 55 they had attained and released from American embassy at Mexico City to o'clock in the morning by Glen Walask the foreign office there for an further military control. ton,· wagon driver for Harris Bros. immediate investigation, with the Logan-Approximately $2000 w!ll view of punishing the guilty person. dairy, beneath their overturned car be awarded for the best exhibits at The cause <>f the shooting is not about 100 feet south of Herber~ aven· the Cach~county annual fair, which known, but it is generaly believed ue on South Main street. will be held this year on September that the shot was not intended for 22-23 and 24. the v'ce consul. The wound is not "Whipping Boss" Goes Free Helper-Helper city has applied tc serious. Cross Citx, Fla.-Thomas Walter the state engineer for the use of 2.4 I Higginbotham, Dixie county lumber second-feet of water which it proposes Labor Meet is Postponed • camp "whiPJ:ing boss," was acquitted to develop at springs tributary to 1 WaRhington-A conference between, by a circuit court jury on a second Spring creek, of which it already has Mexican labor leaders and oftlcials degree murder charge in connection the water rights. The city plans to of the American Federation of Labor, with the alleged slaying of Martin Install a ten-inch pipe line nineteen o~iginally arranged to be held In 1 Tabert, North Dakota youth. A yeal' miles long to serve its population. Washington July 23 to consider Mex· 1 ago Higginbotham was found gu!lty Salt Lake--A coal field 25,000 acres ican migration to the United States, of the charge, but a new trial was in extent and carrying at expert es· has been postponed tintll late h1 Au· 1 gra)lted by a supreme court· decision. timates more than two billion tons of gust. William Green, president of Acquittal of Higginbotham ended bituminous fuel, said to be the world's the federation, announced that the one of the most sensational cases in largest single, continuous body of vostponement had been agreed upon bhe history Qf Florida courts, the coal, will be opened up by the exten· because Louis N. Morones, secretary ramifications of which resulted in the sion of rail facilities to Queatchuppah of the Mexican government depart·! Florida legislature in 1923, abolishing canyon, Sevier county, according to ment of commerce and labor, could the lash as a means of disciplining Judge Henry C. Lund, son of the late not come to Washingtoa unt~ the state and county convicts. President Anthon H. Lund of the later date. Mormon church, whose children own Young McCormick is Promoted. ~r hold option or federal lease upon Aged Catholic Primate Dies Chicago-Fowler McCormick, scion the entire area. Quebec--cardinal Begin, primare ot of the harvester manufacturing famSalt Lake--On man was killed and the Catholic church in Canada, died ily, has deserted the overalls for the three were injured when a huge after a week's illness. Cardinal Begin white collar and business suit. He three-tone city street department was 85 years old. He was stricken has been promoted from the laboring truck vlunged ott the road and with uremia on July 12 after he had job he has held in the Milwaukee down a twenty- foot embankment laid the cornerstone of a new church plant of the International Harvester and into the stream in City tn the archdiocese of Quebec. Im· company to a position in the accountCreek canyon at the entrance to provement in his condition was reIng division. He had worked as a Pleasan valley, about two miles from ported by the attending physicians factory hand for six months. the mouth. during the week. Later be became Cedar City-The Escalante desert partly paralyzed and gradually sank. Morgan Floats Big Loan Is a veritable meadow this year, the New York-Flotation of a $75,000,recent rains having caused the veg· Newspaper Man is Candidate 000 loan for the commonwealth of Au· etatlon to grow rapidly. Not for Milwaukee, Wis-John M. Work, ed· stralia has been announced by J. P. twenty years has the desert been so prolific in vegetation. The sheepmen itorial writer on a local newspaper, Morgan & Co. Public offering of are jubilant, as thiS desert is their was endorsed by the executive com·/ thirty-year 5 per cent gold bonds will mittee of the Socialist party as can- 1 be made in the New York market regular winter range section. Price--Price is to be host to some didate at the primary election, lf at a price of 99Jh. Simultaneously of500 coal operators August 21l to 28 called by Governor Blaine, to fill the fering of 5,000,000 pounds of the inclusive, the occasion belng the an· vacancy in the senate caused by the same bonds will be made in London. nual convention of the Rocky Moun- death of Robert M. La Follette. tain Coal Mining institution. ThE' Five Killed in Crossing Crash Milan Brothers Are Arrested event was awarded to Price last year Billings, Mont.-Five members of a at the time of the convention at Milan, Itlay-Forged Italian bank· Santa Rosa (Cal.) family of eight Denver. becretary John R. Sharp was notes with a face val.l.ii! of more than were instantly killed, another was named chairman of a committee on $1,000,000 were seized by police in the fatally injured and a seventh seriously arrangements !or their reception and printshop of Ernest Piemontesi and hurt when an east~ound Burlington enertainment while the visitors are his brother, James. The brothers train crashed into a sedan at a grade here were arrested. crossing one mile west of Billings. Price--Plans are going ahead rapCorruption is Charged Work Denies Rumor Idly for the celebration being planned Washington-Reports just recelvoo Chicago--Hubert Work, secretary of by the local chamber of commerce at Scofield on August 8, to acquaint Ca:r- at the department of justice are said to the interior, has no intention what· bon county people and other lnte:r- disclose a state of corruption among ever of resigning. His flat denial of er.ted in the Price river water lrriga· federal state and m•nicipal omcers rumors of his imminent retirement tion vroject with the numberless pos- demonstrating that the present dry from the cabinet came as be passed sibilities and the magnitude of the law admi:n.istration Is a failure and through Chicago en route to Wash· imperatively calls for a change of lngton after a five weeks' tour of ~ov undertaking. system, such as is vroposed In the ernment reclamation projects In the . Salt Lak&-With the excevtlon of .Andrews' plan o! prohibition enforce- northwest. "Every time you hear a peaches, every crop In Utah will show ment that is to become overatlve on report like that," he told newspaver an Increase over last year, according .August 1 in aoocrdance with ordera ill· men, "just write a denial and Publish to the monthly report is!lued by Frank it the ne.xt day. I have no intention Andrews, agricultural atatiatlclau oJ .1med by Mr. Mellon, the eecretary the treuury. whatever of resigning." Ce United State bloloctcal aurvet. Washington-A concerted drive upon congress for a 1-cent first class postal rate is expeded by Chairman Moses of the special congressional joint postal commission, which is to open hearings here soon looking to a permanent postal rate revision measure. Senator Moses said a propaganda campaign for such a rate is under way and that members of the commls- • l I I I olj CARRIER REliEf INDICTMENT WILL WIll BE URGED NOT BE (JUASHED HUGHES TO PRESENT PLAN IN BEHALF OF MILWAUKEE ROAD IN NEW RAILROAD PLAN I DAYTON JUDGE DENIES MOTION IN FAMOUS EVOLUTION TRIAL NOW ON Green's August Flower September First is Date Selected When Scopes, Dayton School Teacher, Enten Hearing of Roads Will Take Place; Plea of Not Guilty and Trial Ben.efits Will be to Advantage Proceeds; Courtroom Is of the Weak Companies Crowded Daily New York-An unprecedented plan Courtroom, Dayton, Tenn.-Judge for railroad increases, involving pool- John T. Raulston depied the defense's ing among weak railroads will be urmotion to quash the indictment ged by Charles E. Hughes before the against John T. Scopes. The judge's interstate commerce commission in behalf of the receivers of the Chi· decision upheld the constitutionality <:'ago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. of the Tennessee antievolution law. The decision took up each contenHearings will begin at Chicago Seption of the defense and ruled that the tember 1. Under the receiver's plan increases defandant w~ld be required to pleab· in western territory would be pooled further. and divided among weaker roads in Before his decision on the defenst> proportion to the extent such roads motion to quash, Judge Raulston cor.. fall st.ort of 6arnings, 5 3-4 per cent sented to pose of photographers with on property investment. A prosperthe decision in his hand. ous road would not receive full beneAfter the judge read the grounds fit of an increase in rates, but a '·eak road would obtain much additional on which the defense sought to quash the motion he discus3ed the authorrevenue. ities cited. Some railroad men regard the plan Discussing the alleged discrepan· as opposed to the principle of private operation a:ad some go further fn de· cies between the captions of the act nunciation and use the words 'soviet and the body ot the bill itself, be theory." said: Mark W. Potter, former interstate "The general title to the act Is one commerce commissioner, one of the St. Paul's re eive1 s and originator of which is broad and comprehensive the plan. has met these objections by and covers all legislation germane to statements that the principles which the general subject stated. · The title govern the operation of industrial may cover more t':an the body, but it corvorations no longer hold true on must not cover It:ss. It need not inthe railroads as their earnings are dex the details of the act, nor give a restricted by the recapture clause of synopsis thereof." the transportation act. In this particular case. he said, U•e This clause provides that it any railroad earns more than 6 per cent, caption of the act provided that pu~half of the excess revenue shall be pose of the act is to proh1bit the turned back to the government to teaching of evolutionary subjects in form a fund on which the interstate the public schools of the state. commerce commission may draw to "It is true that this provision Is rather general in its nature." he said, loan roads l· n financial distress. The retaining of Mr .. Hughes, an· "and in my conception of the term~l nounced recently, was somewhat of a employed in the caption a<d bod;, surprise, as the investment house of those used in the caption are broader Roosevelt & Co., which is opposed to and more comprehensive than thor,e the reorganization plan of Chicago, t·mployed in the bo<ly of the act, uut Milwaukee & St. Paul railway recent· In my opinion the caption covers ;,II ly made overture t • him with a view the legislation provided for in the to retaining him in investigation of body and is germane thereto, and iu the failure of the road last March. no way obscures the legislation pr(} A conference between the receivers vided for." of the St. Paul and executives of "In my judgment, the caption • • • other northwestern carriers will be is sufficient to put any membf>r of held here shortly in an etrort to win the legislature on notice as to what support to the rate Increase plan. the nature of the proposed legislation Hale Holden, president of the Bur- is and that tbe caption is really rnore llngton, is already here for the coa· comprehensive than the body of the ference. ~e rema~ked that the Potter 1act." ~Ian cenfi1cted Wlth the transporta· I The second point. alleging 'l. viollon act, and that the remedy tor de- • lation of the constitutional provision . creased passenger earnmgs was su· ;' that the le.,.islature should cheri~;h litpervision of interstate bus traffic with c·rature a;d learning in school:~ of equal rates for steam and motor car· the state, he passed over with a riers. brief statement of the law, since the Western carriers as a class are point had not been pressed by the now preparing a petition to the com· defense. merce cummission for a flat increase The next, a purely technical point. of 5 per cent on freight rates. l'h~:.rging the bill had not been rt~.d a. sufficient number of times in the England Denies Request rwo houses of the legislature before London-Ronald McNeill, undersecits enactment, also was dismissed retary of state for foreign .. affairs, with simply a reading of the consti· stated in the bouse of commons that tutional provision. the British government had replied to the United States government, exSoviet Fleet "On Tour" pressing reget at being unable to accede to the American requeRt that diP· Leningrad. Russia-The soviet Bal. lomatic statues be granted. tic fleet is starting on an extensive trip. Ships of all classes. includin~~: Idaho Man Dead in Chicago cruisers, torpedo boats, submarine~ Chicago-Earl Reineke, 29, of Mos· and mine layers, will take part in the cow, Ida., a student at Wheaton col- maneuvers. At the end of the month. lege, in a suburb, was killed while the cruisers Aurora and Comsomoletz walking along a road near Wheaton will start a cruise around Scandinavi? when struck by an automobtle. and !lOrthern coast. Mountain Climbers Believed Lost Cordova, Alaska-Fear is being expressed here for the safety of Captain A. H. McCarthy of New York City and a party of two men, members of a group of nine explorers, who on June 23 reached the summit of Mount Logan, hitherto unsealed. McCarthy and the two men with him, Foster and Carpe, took a raft at the bottom of the mountain for the de· scent of the perilous Chttaa rtver to Cordova. Dempsey Will Fight Wills New York-George L. (Tex) Rick· ard has anounced that Jack Dempsey, heavyweight champion, had been signed to fight Harry Wills, negro challenger, for the heavyweight crown. Rickard said he signed a formal con· tract with the champion, the date of the meeting being left opeD. "It will be impossible to stage it this year," the promoter said, "but r expect It to come oft by September of next year." An earlier 11.ght may be arranged with others. Furniture is Used in Fatal Battle at I St. Paul, Minn.- "I have a littll' #.I St. George; Dead Man i·s Sur· three years old and ever since her b1rtb vived by Wife; Both Held r;::;::;::;;:-~~::".1 I have suffered with my back as if it were In High Esteem breaking in two and 1 have felt as if something were falling St. George--Two aged men , one 65, out all the time. I the other 75, armed with articles of also had dizzy spells and was s1ck at furniture and clubs, fought a duel to my stomach every death here according to information month. I bad read furnished by Sheriff Wilford Goff of several I etters of Washington county. women in the...news. . . papers and the drugAs a result of the fight, which is said to have been caused by personal c:,:;;,.;;;;.;;;;;.;:;o,;;,;;;;;;,;:;;,;;;;;;,··~ fl i s t recommended grievances fomenting for several Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound to my husband for me. As a reyears, William T. Perkins. 75, of St. sult of takmg it my back bas stopped George, is dead and John Lawson, 65, aching and the awful bearing-down feelhis brother-in·law, is in the county 'j ing is gone. I feel stronger and do all of my housework and tend to my little jail <'barged with manslaughter girl. I have also taken Lydia E. PinkThe following story of the affaill' Is ham's Liver Pills for constipation. I given by Sheriff Goff, who investi- I have recommended . these medicines to gated the fight; some of my friends and you may use "There had been feelings between this letter as a testimonial if you wish. the men for years and Lawson had j I will be pleased to answer letters of other women if I can hel? them by tell- 4 been threatened by Perkins and j ing them what this medicine bas done warned to keep off the Perkins prop- for me. "-Mrs. PRICE, 147 W. Summit erty. Perkins returned unexpectedly Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota. from a visit to Idaho and found Lawson in his house. Perkins commanded him to get out of the house, repeating the ..,ommand three times, and finally picked up a club in for Constipation, the kitchen and threatened Lawson. Indigestion and Torpid Liver Lawson, in some way, got the club Bueeeaaful for 59 7eara. and Perkins picked up a chair. In SOc and 90c bottleothe fight that followed, Perkins was ALL DRUGGISTS struck over the nose. breaking the bridge. They clinched and wrestled around on the floor and Perkins died as he was held down by Lawson, rt is alleged. Is Soothing It was found that the blow on the nose '!':as the only one visible. There was no concussion of th~ brain; the Seap, Ointment, Talcum 80ld enrywhere. heart was found to be in a weakened condition; the lungs badly con· gested with blood, supposedly from New Cathedral Facade the broken nose. A doctor's report Belfast War Memorial has not yet been made. HelfaRt is eommemorating Its servil'e ''It is thought that the claim in the World war by erecting a new be that Lawson, holding Perkins on facade for its ProtPstant cathedral as his back. caused the blood from the a victory memorial. The first stone broken nose to fill the latter's lungs wn~ !aiel nt n <'f>rPmony that was given· and cause death. state and ch·ic dignity. The duke of Mr. Perkins is survived by a ~ife Abercorn attended, a-s diJ the lord but no children. John Lawson is nmyor and eorporation of Belfast. Th~ single. Protestant primate was present an~ was uceornpanied hy 14 bl~hops, som~ of whom tame frnm En;::laud. TlieBrokerage Firm Reopens Chicago--Dean, Onativia & Co., the Presbyterian chureh wa~ repre~ente~ $35,000.000 brokerage firm which went hy the moderator of its g••neral nli;;eminto bankruptcy last month, but was hly an!l the ~Ietho!lists by the dtairrehabilitated through cooperation of man of thP Belfast s~·nod. I..vrd creditors and customers has reopened. Glena,·y. chairman of the FrN~ StnteThe offices were filled with flowers l<enate, attended as nn invited guest. from customers and employes. "There Entirely Satisfactory has been nothing like this in the his tor~· of finance," sa:d Jacob M. Loeb. 1 • ~!r. HrO\\'n loo.kPd up from hl~ .evechairman of the customers' commit· nmg- paper ns lw: wife entered tnumh tl "'I 1 1 f tee. The Chicag·o stock exchange fl. an y, .... Jere was a ~mi e on ter nee was to vote on reinstatement of the that he knew from long experience Infirm which was suspanded when bank· cHeated time well spent. "\Yell, _my ruptcy petitions were filed. The re· <lear;• snid hP. "tlid yot~ have. n plea!':· eeivers both in New York and Chi ant da~·?'' )lr>:. Browns ~mile hroatlcago, were recently discharged when enE'•l. ''Yes. !'ather." shP answPrPd . •"f li!llde three frl!'Jifh; of enemies nnd the firm was revived. • three t>neml,'s of friNHb." Cuticura Talcum. For Baby's Skin will J · Darrow Cited for Contempt of CouM Uourtroom, Dayton, Tenn.- Clar· enre. Darrow, who was cited for con tempt of court. apologized to Judge Haulston and was then excused by the judge. The contempt charge was dismisF~ed. Im D·.ediately afterward the co11.rt room wat< emp. tied by order of the judge because of the danger of the collapse of the court house and trial convened on the lawn, the ·judge and the counsel oc· cupying the platform erected for evangelists. Darrow and Raulstol! ~hook hands after the judge made a short speech citing Jesus Christ a£ author of the principle that to for give is doubly noble. I Fined lor Show I . ne,·. Douglas )fontag-u HPnth. Ylcnr of St ..Tohn'" ehun·h. Harlow, Eng-l:mrl. wn~ tined $:!U for ~ta~o:ing n piny in the purbh rhnn·h without a licenl<e. There was no charge for admission. Frequently She Doesn't "I um nn<•thf>r man sinee I \\'ll!l married.'' ''And <lot'!! your wife loYe that other lllHH?" I ::~-.-:::::::::====;:==========~ I :'.1exico May Hold Oil Public Utilit) Mexico City-Exploration and ex ploitation of Mexican oil fields Is possible only through a presidential per· , mit, for the industry is considered a / public utility, says a report delivered I to President Calles by the mixed commission appointed to draw up regula· tioa under article 27 of the Mexican constitution. After studying the re· port, President Calles will send It to J congress. Chinese Troops Fire on English Shanghai-A wireless dispatch from Luchow, in Szechuan province, re· ports troops fired on two vessels which, escorted by the British bat· tleship Teal, bad arrived to bring down foreigners from Chengtfu and other parts of Szechuan province. Th11 Teal replied with two six-pounders. There were no British causualties. Say uBayer"- Insist! For Colds Pain Neuralgia Headache Lumbago Rheumatism ~--~~Accept ~! c.J&,e.f"' Bayer package which contains proven directions Handy "Bayer" boxe1 of 12 tablets Alao bottles of 24 and 101}-Druggista Aoplrln Is thf! trade mark or Bayer !lana• t&ctlll'e ot M<onoaceUcacl<leeter: ot Sallcylli:act4 ALLEN'S FOOT--EASE • For Tired FHt It Can't Be a .. t Woman Battles in Courthouse At night when your f -:t Kansas City, Mo. - Mrs. Della 1 are tired, sore and ~wollen Keating, of Denver, made an unsuc-j from mucb walking or dant'lll~. stmnkle two cessful attempt at the county courtAUEN'SfOOT·E.lS£ powders house to shoot her husband, Stevhen In the foot-bath, gently rub 1be sore and i,.nKeating, when his divorce suit flamed parts ahd ·against her was called before Judge relief Is like magic. Shake Allea'a feot·Eate 0. A. Lucas. Deputy sheriffs wrested into your shoes In a .46 calibre revolver from Mrs. Keatthe morning and walk In comfort. It lna:'s hand when she drew the weapon takes the friction from beneath a sbawl and thr 1st it from the Shoe. Sold ev~rywbere. For ran against Keatiag's side. No shots Sam;,Je and Foot-EaPe Walking Doll, &dUr"'a lUEN'S FIIOT·EAS£, te lloy, • 'f. Yere fired. I '