|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
THEJORDANJOURNAL,MIDVALE,UTAH of New York State Comes Home From Europe " ~ Who Said Chicago Women Didn't Have Pretty Feet? News Notes It'• a Privilege to Live in ~ Utah . I' iti]ffi!ffi11i\l.fiilu;!r.Jii!lf&iil,'jilffi!,~fiilli\lfiilfiilfi'J!iilli\lfiilliilf5!li4 Salt Lake Clty.-Ralph W. Seybolt, for whose execution the district r:ourt has four times fixed the date did not face the firing squad. Act· ing Gm~ernor H. E. Cr<,ckett in c:on!er· j ence With the state board of pa(dons , of which he Is chairman decided to ' ;!;rant the convicted murdered of pa· trolman David Crowther his second r~prieve . Ogden.-The U. S. reclamation ser·l vice has not yet decided whether to 1 !.uild a high dam or low dam at Amer·1 lean Falls, Idaho, hence the concrete operations on the dam have been sus· pended for about thirty days, accord· lng to W. L. \Vatis, secretary of the Utah Construction company, which is building the dam. The construction o! the wall on the east side of Snake river has been completed to a height specified for the low dam. A coffer dam on the west side of the river also has been completed and exca vation is now under way. New York Is the only state that has a navy, and the other day that navy, consisting of the training shlp Newport, returned from an extended cruise to Europe. The crew Is made up of boys between the ages of seven· teen and twenty-one who are students of the academy of the state nautical school Salt Lake City.-The application ol the town of Huntsville for permission to charge a flat rate of $1 a month for each water service connection wa~ Chicago Is preparing to entertain some 6,000 delegates to the fifteenth annual convention of the National Retallers• dismissed by the public utilities com mission 4lf Utah on motion of the ap association during the second week o! January and wlll endeavor to prove to the world at large during that time that Chicago women have the most beautiful feet of any women in the world. When one of the committee adver· plicant. Used for models for perfect feet he was flooded with more girls than he can use, and our photograph shows a member Park Clty.-Drilling into a mlsse<l nf the committee passing on a bunch of Chicago's most ,,erfect. hole while working at the Silve1 King Coalition mine, Fred Sundell. 25, and Riley Lake, 26, were injured Sundell was taken to a Salt Lake hospitalt. The charge struck him in the face, injuring his eyes.· Lake suf· ferred slight injuries. PraglJe's John Huss Celebration That Vexed Vatican Navy Aviator Making Parachute Jmnp Frqm Plane Salt Lake Clty.-Harry L. Finch and Arthur L. Barnes, incumbents, and p. J. Moran and Berkley Olson were nominated as candidates for city commissioner, as shown by the com plete returns ln the primary electioiJ here. Alvin Keddlngton, present city auditor and l<'rank P. 'Valts were the successful candidates !or auditor. • I Bingham.- All employees of the various mines in this district are ex· pected to be inoculated against ty· phoid fever. Notices to this effect have been posted and the mmmg companies assume the expense. l'art of the immense crowu gathered for the John llu~s celebration which toolt place Jn Prague to com· meuwrate the signing, of the treaty of St. Germain. It was this celebration which caused the present strained rela· • tlons between the Vatican and the Czechoslovak tovernment. ''Mr. Congo" Arrives in America Price.-Believlng that the salaries paid to city officials at the present as well as In the past, are so small as to be ridiculous and are not suf· ficlent to so much as compensatE them their bare expenses while act· ing In their civic capacities, members of the city council have dr>cided on an increase for the next two years. IS HE CHARLIE ROSS 7 Price.-Prediction is made by 0. P. Madsen, county agricultural agent, that the Carbon production of sugar beets during 1925 will approximate 6000 tons. This would make the crop just twice that of 1924, which figures just disclosed show ran about 3000 tons. Lieut. C. R. Tate of the nuvy jumpin<; with a parachute from a seaplane while 1.500 feet In the air over Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The plane was going more than sixty mile~ nn hour. MAKES LIQUID COAL Mudguards for Up-to-Date Women Ogden.-With the completion of Gibbons pass in Idaho, now under construction by the ·w. S. Craven Con· struction company or Ogden, the au. tomobile route between Ogden and Spokane, Wash., will be approximate· ly 200 miles shorter than the present auto route, according to B. J. Finch, district engineer of the U. S. Bureau of public roads, who has returned from an Inspection tour o! Idaho. Provo.-An explosion at the Repub· lie Creosote company's plant l'€stroyed two stills and otherwise damaged the plant to the extent of about $500. Four men who were working in close proximity to the stills miraculously ~scaped injury when the explosion occurred. Coke and tar were sent 250 feet Into the air. IhasC. just W. Dewitt stated of Philadelphia, who that he ls the longmissing Charley Ross, the lad who, 1 half a century ago, was kidnaped by a band of conspimt<Jrs. Mr. Dewitt says he has papers that will Identify him as the long-missing child. Dewitt Is only one of probably 100 per'!!ons who have claimed the name of Charley Ross. , Salt Lake City.-Qn last Monday morning the work of razing another ~f the historical land marks o! the city ,yas started. The church historian's 1ui!dlng at 60 East South Temple ~treet will yield to the mal·ch of progress and in its place will be built the eight-story medical arts building which will cost $3.10,000. The histo:-· ian's building has stood for sixty V<'ars and has been closely associated "lth the history of the L. D. S. dt\ll'Ch. In 1917 the office of the church historian was transferred to ·he new church office building and ~ince then the Ut:,h Consen·atory of '\fusic has occupied it. Of late the 1JUilrling has hou~ed several musical I OVER SUNKEN SUB .. lit·. Cougo," the only gorilla In captivity In America, urriveu iu );ew York on the steamer Homeric with his captor and owner, Benjamin Burbridge of JacksonvUie, Fla. He was caught In the Belgian Congo. Professor Bergius, one or the lead· Jng German scientists, who bas dis· covered a process wherehy coal Is transformed into a liquid and can be used in motors for ft"'l. T: e process Is said to be simple· as well as cheap. REINDEER HER MEAT Instead of clumsy galoshes, these neat mu(lgunrds are worn by the up-to-date woman this season to protect her stockings In sloppy weather. This Cow Wears a Wooden Leg o~tudios. Salt Lake City.- Comparatively cheap chicken feed and particularly god prices for egp are proving stim· ulating to the poultry industry In Utah. This situation has created a itrong demand for pullets, which the market cannot supply, All poultry· '11t"n who have what in other years I ·night be considered surplus numbers )f pullets are holding them and won· lering if they can obtain ,more. Girl Teaches Veterans to Fence I Wailing Its knell of death and flashing Its light over the green stretches of Block Island sound, this melancholy buoy rides over the spot The Seventy-first regiment of the New York National Guard bas a naw wbeae the submarine S·tll nestles In ~.,tllltlnletor ln the art of fencing, pretty Mlss Dorothy Lee. Tbla photograph the embrace of the sea, Ita 28 ocCQ• pants asleep forever. ~,WI lrlllll Lee ltJllqlnc with Serct. WUbert Mo88. 1 I Salt Lake City.-Removal of the municipal waterworks from city poltics by placing this department unler a board to be elected and to have oowers analagous to those exercised wer the school system by the board 1f education and the furtherance of egislation to this end, was indorsed by the board of governors of the :hamber of co~merce in oonsidering J a report submitted by the chamber's committee on municipal water supply, covertnc the results of more thaD . atteen mooths' reeearch. ' Unge Lou, Bskimo girl whose home Is In the suburbs of Nome, Alaska, while traveling east to enter college was much surprised, on entering the railway dining car, to find herself Here Is a cow ""ith a wooden leg, and she not only produces fine milk, served with reindeer meat, her favor- but has started raising a family. When "Bossy'' was only a few weeks old Ite food. Her father, known as the she was attacked by a sow which bit of! her leg and taU. She was of such reindeer baron of the Arctic circle, good stock, however, her owner, J. W. Boucher, or near Cairo, Mo., decided bas arranged to send the meat to her to try to save her by constructing a wooden leg, which she baa walked on eveq recutarly by parcel post. IInce. The cow is two years old and bu a calf.