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THE OCDEN THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1921. : - ... i - STANDARD-EXAMINE- R , - ( J' f o Q c.-- c -- -o -- O Q CK J 4 V day tlei-pp-y i . f Cr Vi mm. m w m v i .J .mi . a. ini t 'iWi-- V w - Do yoii serve ? fritters crisp XT u Idaho Woman Takes Prizes For Sheep at ; - Chi- - cago Show . j' Dec.l.America wrest CHICAGO, ed the- - wheat championship from Can. when. ada Wednesday George Kraft, Bozeman, Montana, was crowned 1921 ttheat king at the international grain and hay show for which 10,000. prizes were awarded' by the Chicago Board of Trade. ;.- ' - -- . Kraft takes the title from J . C. 'Mitchell of Dahinaa,, Sask.; who had held it for two years. Mitchell was runner-up this year. Kraft's wheat test" I 63.6 pounds to the bushel and Mitchell's wheat tested 64.7 pounds, the smaller kernels, giving 'greater weight. i ; The winning wheat ' Was grown in the Gallatin territory of Montana from paTt of a prize sample grow p by See-gWheeler of Canada. John: W. Liucas, Cayley.'Alta., again ias holder of the championship oats , sweepstakes. grand , His . new variety is called "Victory,", . The oats weighed 46.4. pounds to the. bushel. ' ' . J.A W-- , Workman, of Maxwell, Ills.. won the grand championship corn' , sweepstakes. The International Livestock exposition announced winners of the cups and ribbons offered by. the Institute! American aLeat .facKers ior tne yi "beet bred' carloads of livestock. Prizes were awarded to' iz breeders. They include: Beef cattle: Shorthorns farms, Grain Valley, Mo., first" and second; Herefords John Imboden and Son, Decatur, Ills.,, first; D. D. Casements Manhatten, Kans., second. , ,Sheep: Hampshires McGregor Land arid Livestock, company. Hooper, Wash., first and second. Swine:" Berkshires- - Iowarfa Farms, v Davenport, la., second. Boys' and Girls' clirbs: Shorthorns Josephine Garden, Wapello, la.; Hampshires Jennie H. Turner, la. Pullya thfrd of the Clydesdale :.' n 1 Crisco? t d(?Gp'ffeafisIiinsaiIiri,pIfi ' motouiix on fine to ads aixd trio comFovf s or Hotel 6alv?5, alaxo and luxuriousliostolty; Its only alittle trip over t oHouston. - er . . -- - doughnuts, and croquettes which are as dry and tender and fluffy inside their crisp, brown shells as though they had been baked Has an ideal wintpr climate finp Kotels and ovcr all Kovers iru? romance ofold Sin-A-B- ar SpdnisK dax- wouao)fPcafyour ancuow rurmiRs asJcmy xrxt PounJ yolk of 2 lurJ cookrd rtt wirh $ !o.cn hottltd tnchoict, tcaipoonful cjjxri, 4 tablcpoonfult Crir-- i anJ 4 tablcipoor.fuli Kub a!! throujh fine wire I'irnipvan corts-ul ieve anJ aiJ yrlk of onr rav rZ and I cf brrjj rnimb. aion with pppcf and with alf if it i ntc c!cJ. Form into imall ball, roll Frit in KreaJ crumb, then in'et "J in crumb, anJ t!ro? J. J. DEVEREUX 1 General Agent, A. T. & S! F. 11Y. CO. Clift Bldg. Salt Lake City, Utah Phone Wasatch 2740 v DOS : table-spoonf- ' A Wee Donald, owned' by C. A. Weaver of Itegina, Sask., was named senior .1'- r" w ' i tn SUICIDE MOTIVE For Frying -- For Shortening i n t n hot C r i c o champion stallion. A. Basildon of Morrision Major J. Srrve on napkin Far Cake Making Park, Heading, England, broke into with grated Parmethe winnings when one of his Hampshire sheep won the blue ribbon for san chefr. 40 ewe lambs. won an The Duke of Sutherland r.' I The Proctct "XT''' J award-wit- h i a sample of alfalfa fromj L Gamble Co., 7 I It365 different dinners in this book. Send for it. ranch at Brooks, Alberta, at thej hi, and-haalso and cf Hotne Eco-show, Dept. grain captured) a prize for his sample of hard red It give you a crmpletr ?;nnrr mrnu far every day cf the of Declare Hero Ohio. Cincinnati. coraict, spring wheat,. as- did 'also the Duchess; Shipmates 565 in aU and 61S original recipei. By Nf arin year Heaieiend Cal of Sutherland. Lost Battalion' Calm ' Harrit the of editor Neil, were: Ladui' formerly awards rookery ? 7k enclo I Among leading Dinner. endar cf t Before Death Stallion, 4 years old and over Wee and doth bound. lfa.f JonrnI. jMtanrated ia starspt. Donald, C. A. Weaver, Kegina, Sask.. on tnay t.ach copy coti 4.c to print. first' principal, Manitoba department ? 1IAVAXA, Dee. 1. ( Hy the Assoof agriculture. hive a copy by tending coupon and Name. ciated I'ress.) Lieutenant Colvnrl C. cattle: W. Breeding Aberdeen-Angu- s 10c in mates of ?the itimpv Junior yearling, heifer 'Pride Protest ToloaWhittlesey's ship Addreit Wednesday told how the comSixth, Escher and Ryan, Irwin, la. of fhe famous battalion" Junior heifer calf Pride Protest manderthe State- r. o. ? last hours of tils life, beppent Ninth, Escher and Ryan, Irwin. Ia. to fore still overboard the leaping Hampshire sheep: Ram, one year Do you ue Criico new f . voices of. the past. and under two Entry of Mrs. Minnie haunting But while last recounted they thy Miller. WendeirT Idaho. words and actions of the famout - Ram: Lamb under one year old American soldier whose "Go to hell." Eritry of Mrs. Minnie Miller. German offtcer. won him the old and under two flung at a of Ewe: .One Irrhed i!oi. a half mile ept of rr,.- captain's Arcordinir to officer the world, they came no docKed tjnaJxotherocTol '3 applause .Minnie Miller. Entry of Mrs; He last night. nearer to reaJ the motive revealing a note from Colonel Whlttl Champion ewe: Entry of ..Mrs. Min for the deed. " ' time when they attempted to execute The dead are Capti.n IomSv iuXJJiiiJi, 3t rLLiLLtjlJ Jeiunt nie Miller. tlwiAred lieregrxril'J n confidffi-- " hs n Ae i difficult maneuver. TALKED CALMLY they T. A. ' SanthuoWn .'heep: atid Priaten Iinfall. . Ewe lamb,' un ""The latest .. tlak' each Ihf.r Mhr U. towril of UnoopM tits A. wni lTm.t.rd fmith. and lawyer' Mory one col Iowa State der year Entry of thit from all; IATON Okla.. Iec. 1. Four, 'I can fay.tluhowovrr, fell In a help- u,,, Mirplnn etrur the earth. 'niet and toth airp!andisappearance in that he leaped ovr- - appoarnnCfH act lege.. 1 envel-.-tancle. n prrrnvditatf.. about oard via two j the officer tanhn and torn, twothelr pafoilr." c... Saturday, exploded, ' arniy declared. " eV,... oo from New York, on the he "The we're kll! d Wednesday when opinp tho wrrtafe In flame--""""I first day Out midnight Am' I had that tie private?", Inltmatlon first none ere were More two which to' in the hulance unable wiucu j oi nis attendant i.000.0f0.ceo irienus thtn voyage1 they oopackage was Monday. It up-- ; I)ruc.tc)nKairplanes Knew ne had planned. hadr-rromtwt duty collided htlire.ich handled by the U.'p. parcel post I ior nearly two hours after dinner fa" andlb.,ch.rrrjtryondrrcon:uon. tm ice !..t ear. SCHOOL TEACHERS Saturday evening, Colonel Whittlesey and conversed with him until 1 : the war, K. Malorct. a V.NT.TCS'rTM "nPV AP"rVrViat discussing when he left suddenly! porto mean .merchant. Maid hia new.Saturdayhe night, would retire. He was acquaintance had none of the bearing Haying . neen HfterwardJ Mr. Maloret inquired; "On Sunday "he declared, for him. but thought h win ill. as we! V "h teachers in South Dakota have been P tY? asked to aid the prohibition forces, ac-- ; were meeting heavy weather. On h to Commissioner "fP cordlnsr to. a It was found his berth! when Monday Ui ' was undisturbed, an Investigation was! JZt' ' J ,l""uk Haynes Wednesday from State Direc- i, tor Isaac Pearson, of that state. made and nine letters to members ofi retire. Mr. Pearson reported, officials said, to That his family, several wlrelrrs mens.ffwas unv the Ia.t time that the teachers had bejn asked to in- wengers were certain of having: seen and a note to me were discovered oni culcate in their pupils a deep respect Colonel Whittlesey. On Monday his his berth. oofor law, including the national pro- absence, until then ascribed to sea i t hibition amendment. was TO a and remarked HARDING URGED aearch siqkness, . oo revealed his 'bunk undisturbed and SPEED TARIFF LAWS the letters tying on the counterpane. ESTATE $10,350,000 LOTTKItS AWAITKD LEFT BY MRS. HILL onel What compelling motive sent Col"WASHINGTON. Dec. 1. President Whittlesey, overboard into tho sea only a few hours out from New Ilardlnc has been urRd to take n Dec. 1. Mrs. York Saturday nfeht may be revealed strong stand in his address to rongrJ ST. PAUL, Minn., T. died who November In letters to members of his family next week in behalf of pending tariff 75, Hill, Mary 22 . left an estate valued at $10,350,000, and business associates, which h? left ligislatipn. Confidence was evidenced according to a petition by six of nine for Captain Grant of the steamer Toloa anions; many concresslonal leader' thrtt the power of the executive would h.eirs to the estate filed In probate to deliver. Nine of these letters were In. the be put behind the bill now in the een-at- o court today. finance committee. The euKgestion wa said to have been made to Mr. Hardin? that he IHIIll recommend. In the Interest of upeedy They need itr-T- h Iron FooJjr VttcJity" disposition, of the measure, elimination of the American valuation plan from tho houe bill ana the writing of a tariff law on the baii of the old method of Invoice price. He was understood to have been urged to sk conrreH then to Include a provision empowering the executive to apply the American valuation basis of Awen.Mnc II I INI duties where, nfter "urveyn. It Is shown added protection Is needed. high-pozvere- d men zvho Another suggestion reported to hav been given Mr. Harding was that the How to Stew Them December's List Now On . still reion r in an oven. Try Crisco in this recipe - De-wi'- tt, 55 The woman who uses Crisco for deep frying, makes fritters, 8dnJ&iodo - another wav of aslc-"Do you fry with is i Offers yxxa. sutf athin -- " jff PHIS f winter - ill ' m , - rWe Want You to Hear the New Victor December Records -- , - po-e!"io- rot' (airplanes collide n to . . - nntAni .r" n. Vt, . -- had-disappeare- e iuhai" 1 , ' ' .. . . nt i . . j Victrola IV, $25.00 1 & r i 1 ; i 77jc "?trf $1.00 per Week " The Right Kind of a Christmas Presenf '7 TfLV Iron Food for Vitality - -- , , I I j. n Victrola IX, $75.00 $1.50 per Week Give Your Family : Music for Christmas "Iron Breakfasts" For the Best Music Buy VICTROLA RECORDS for . SaleAt sub-provisio- became a law. ! ' ' W . Victrola X, $125.00 $10.00 per Month Glen 1 - lyric MUSIC GO. 2524 Wash. Ave. Just 'Past Orpheum. ; Phone 173. Ran-Mti- JJ a t 1' I testlmonlalsL Z7 umiiiHii uuinimunim WW iHHlt a bolt an4 mar b oo rr c Sj4 tr U m& l&akrle r Cr; to !m-m- .r hur. Sacr mA&d but U ncrr. S4d RU1 Durl Pu-Vtl- 4 at "costal I fruit jf.r. liiiiiUI iiiiiiiiiw as much postal business Is f.?ve in New Vtrk City as In the en-tdominion of Canada. Twlf HHtlllUHUUmn innt'in oo ;r ilk "TJuj buiinest men are tisnajly of jrreat vjtility, robuit and vjniful "Iron Mea,",io ctUfd becauie of ircn in ike ilo&d. Secret of them eat hat they call "ircn break fattj" every morning to uphold their driring force. For initance. Hewed raiiin the luscious dish lhat'i giVen to pale, tired, anemic business men at a famous aanitariam in Battle Creek. For raisins are" rich ia food-irowhich promotes energy and vigor. n small b?t ef Iron ,J.fen r.erd but dailv, yet that r.erd is x:cL Sur;7 il throujfh ra,i:os. This is a suggestion 19 yev, moia- (if you. too, are reading this). Watch your men's food for thit iron content. 'It's important. This breakfast-frui- t is $o we!l. liked that it is welcome daily, and it is djly regularity that counts. Try tomorrow,-I- f arn for yourse!f how good stewed raisins are, and how the men fo's like tberru RAISINS SUN-MAI- D Raisin PI terdam. For three days her captain and 24 members of her crew ' pitched In raging seas. The German tnkT Deutschland was first to eight the hapless Hrltlsher, whose crew had Jumped Into the sea. Disregarding danger, a boat tn command of the Deutschland's first offl-ce- r Krnst Hartmeyer, rescued th Crltlsh crew. and Then came, the war. enemies five years. Germany wereweeK there came into Karly this New York. the tank steamer Vistula, with Hantmeyer aboard. He was Invited by. Captain Glouster Armstrong, Uritish consul general, to visit his as ' fresented Kngland's office antl Piano Company 1 rf. f 'Jc irvw , d rac for Ish steamsip County of Deon capsized on her wav from Norfolk to Rot- Bros.-Rbber- ts 1 tkit mm y Corr ItUl mtth ro.i , iiilli if4 ft yee(Uy I N'KW YORK. Dec. 1. (I!v The As sociated Press.) There Is a saying of. the sea that Kngland never forgets a service rendered a subject. This was borne out when It was learned that Hie IlrltUh consulate, had bestowed n a German .merchunt marine officer n sliver loving cup and medal earned by HOLDS YOUR 'VICTROLA FOR CHRISTMAS " ng ENGLAND REWARDS BRAVE GERMAN TAR A' SMALL. DEPOSIT - anti-dumpi- , tariff. supplementary to themembers of the Some Republican senate finance committee declared even with a call by the president (thatmore Ifor speo1. there could hardly t 'a tariff la.w efore March. One de clared it would be May before the bill Get the habit of spending your money musically at Ogden's own music store. If you haven t ,a Victrola, investigate our ' Easy Baying Plan. i regarding be stricken out and a Jaw. described a having "teeth." be enacted LYRIC MUSIC CO. DELIVERY ns forge ahead delicious, served zvith cream Use Raisins, made from finest table grapes American raisins, processed and packed immaculately in a great modern California plant. Seeded deeds removed): Seed Calu-'ornia'-t W "7 1 Sun-Uai- d . Luscious Rxiila Rrctes la a r tocJk to any. ere wko msili coupon. AUo bIw booklet ''Eaticg RiU-a- j lot IlesHh and Beauty, CALIFORNIA ASSOClATID haisih co. less (grown without seeds); Och ters (on the stem), SXo a fir., y dessert. Raisins are cheaper by 3D per cent than formerly see that you get , plenty in your foods. exer-eeod- Cut This Out and Send It California Aasoclatexl R slain Co. frt "Et-tcbk - Wok PleM tetd me cc?r ef year Ktcire" Hiiiisi f&r Hrhk 'Sn-SUi- tt- d and Ik-?f- g ." Name Street- City- - .State.