|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, AUGUST in a desert evidently in no hurry to get going. But unless all precedent is a poor thing to go by, many usually clean minded people will do a little dirt throwing during the next few months. The Nation for July 25 said editorially, in part: "Whispering campaigns are a familiar item in American politics. Lies whipped like clothes on a windy line over Andrew Jackson's amours; over Lincoln's uncouth obscenities, Grant's drinking, G rover Cleveland's romattc peccadilloes. There was a nation-wid- e hissing of whispers over T. R.'s falsely alleged bibulousness. A suit was need ed to quell the libel. In the second Wilson campaign whisperers were dis tributed over the country by trains de luxe-- whispers, black and white, dogged Harding to his front porch. They are whispering now about Roosevelt, and some Democrats are disturbed. Needlessly. It is the lesson of American history that all bewhis pered candidates (except Al Smith) get elected. Some think it is because of the whispering. If John Hamilton believes this, he had better start some thing monstrously abominable on Lan- - UNITED STATES NEWS NOTES AND SMOKES The piano business is the best it haabeen. in 15 years according to The National Manufacturers Associa tion. Along with that fact is cited the rise of the cigaret business from 1933 to 1935 of 23 per cent. Must be a lot of folks are gathering around and singing, "Blow the Smoke Away" with gestures. ultra-viol- THE COMING RACE - Ja - N championship, 23 1 miles an boor. In Bloomneld, N. J- - are two unique rooms in the world, known as Climate Chambers. Used to study the proper control of Indoor climates at the General Electric Air Conditioning Institute, their temperatures can be changed from 40 to 140 degrees, and their humidity from almost sero to 100. It does not. Incidentally, necessarily rain at 100 humidity. Artlnclal winds can be made to blow from any direction outside the rooms, and electric sunlight can be flooded upon them from any angle. Both Inside and out, any desirable climate can be reproduced. They art ,"fN m V 1 SL -.. Temperature extremes! Last win-te- r in Illinois as compared with this summer on the ocean beaches. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Peterson and daughter. Jewel, returned from a pleasant trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Perry StanflU were at Brigham City Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Eskelson and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jensen and daughter, of Ogden spent Sun day visiting with the James Jensen and Sarah K. Shuman families. Mrs. Sarah Shuman and daughter, Bessie, were Salt Lake City and Ogden visitors during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson Campbell of Salt Lake City accompanied Mrs. Shuman back. Bessie remained there to visit. Miss Mildred CmpbeU-fiMis the guest oi her granamotner, ir . Sarah K. Shuman. The marriage of Leo Jensen, son Of Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen, and Miss Artie Bird of Menden, Utah, in announced. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen art making their home in Ogden, Bishop and Mrs. D. M. Groyer visit ed Sunday afternoon in Brtgnam inty. The M. I. A. conjoint program Sun.' evening was very much enjoyed. Norma Nelson left Wednesday for Salt Lake City, where she will enter the Primary L. D. S. Children's hos- j AND MAN. with the aid of clothing, can beat and shelter, stand natural temperatures pretty well. These have been observed to run as low as 80 degrees below zero at Little America and as high as 1SI in Northern Africa, though he four body Gary Cooper's six-foreduced to its essential minerals would be worth about thirty cents. But Gary Cooper, the personality, plus his acquired ability as an actor is worth about four million dollars. ot IJES doesat do Tory well in either. But bis own ingenuity has immensely extended that range; he has created iW below sero, and he use? boats Of 1,000 In his electric fin sees. Tot bis own existence ream flourishes between 20" aod.100". only l80th of the range which h can command. Temperatures do Interesting things. Water, for example, at at mospherlo pressure can exist as water only over an extent of 180. since at S3 it becomes ice and at it becomes steam. "Dry Ice", much used for packing nowadays, Samuel Goldwyn discovered possi bilities in the former newspaper car toonist, Montana cowboy when he did an extra bit to supplement his small earnings and signed him up at $50 a week. He later lost him to Paramount but now has him back. How that must make Gary feel, be. ing fought over like that! Bet he has to use a back scratcher to itch the side of his head. til got the idea of having some money to spend. The people of Cleveland feel so badly about the "escape" coming to light that they have tele graphed the Governor of Oklahoma on his behalf. The police judge before whom Chilton appeared said he would release him on his personal bond until the matter, is cleared up. de-nl- REFORM NOT REVENGE That law abiding Americans seek reform of criminals rather than re venge was brought out in Cleveland. For a number of years Carlton B. Chilton 41, has led the life of a wor thy citizen in that city. However it was recently brought to light that back in 1913 he had escaped from an Oklahoma reformatory after serving a year of a two year sentence for cash lifting. A cashier of a small bank had left Chilton and another small boy alone win an open safe. They sud-- L GLENMORE DISTILLERIES Onnitv CO., la o Lmrtt DlwtHibry in Kntueky " I V . ' ..... . Th,A bpl'iw 7.ro. In climates, the producing much practical knowStates" can show an average ledge of how to get and keep. In our In North Da- dwellings, the climate best condila;niiiry kota or 8" and in average January. tioned for human health and com!n Southern Florida, of 70. In fort. Did you know that the earth Is summer .Inly averages 63 In Washington State and 90" In Arizona. 6,000.000 miles nearer the sun la In Panama. 2V& Inches of rain winter than In summer? The rays once fell In 3 minutes; and in are actually hotter; but the days pital for treatment, Thursday (today.' Word was received Sunday of the death of our first Bishop Peter N. Pierce, 71, of Brigham City. Mr. Pierce rode in the Covered Wagon Days parade at Ogden and was always a leader of the Peach Day ceL ebration since moving to Brigham some twenty years ago and has made an admirable record. He is suvlved by his wife, Martha Packer pierce of Thatcher and four grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday at two o'clock in the First Ward chapel at Brigham City. Mrs. Nellie Call returned to her home in Salt Lake City, after & two weeks visit here. Mrs. Ida Call returned from Malad, Idaho, where she visited her daughter and family. Mrs. Starlin Stanf ill and Mrs. Perry Stanfill spent Tuesday in Ogden. is U9 f.'ri'.tod Washington. D. C. 25 Inches of are short, and the earth is turned snow in 24 hours. Mt. Washington, at a slant so that the rays dont N. H., holds the national high wind strike directly. Once in a while a person would like to see a criminal hang. Most honorable citizens would prefer seeing a man who had gone wrong, set right. If that can be done without punishment, so much the better society is safeguarded and a man saved. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LEADER PENB0 Fielding visited Sunday with Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr. and lira. G. L. et THIRTY CENTS OF FOUR MILLION mm Mr. and Mrs. Iran Csit children or Alton, wyomsng ronsrnoa home after visiting bin. Call's peopto here. Mrs. Call will be remembered as Miss Beulah Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johnson of Hints Oh How To Make Your Climate To Order -- A II Hot Weather Tips At least that's what Paramount is A comic cartoon recently depicted suing Goldwyn for, with an additional a lone elephant and donkey squatting million punitive award. Paramount claims that Goldwyn used unfair means in enticing Gary back. Luln I I Whenever you sneeze in public don't you have the guiltiest feeling? Well, cheer-up- ! It wont be long now be fore there need no visions arise of someone dying of influenza because you obey that inpluse!'.Dr. W. J. Wells don. and Dr. H. W. Brown have been ex rays and perimenting with have found that some germs can be killed in midair. Possibly some persons will rid themselves of germs by will. ful sneezing, alternately sneezing and turning on the rays: click i WMHIHBlaHHWn ; MAY SNEEZE WITH LESS EMBARRASSMENT . 1936 The teakettle may "continue to sing though up to its neck in hotwater" but then it'll only stand "so much" without boiling over. 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