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4 ' THE OGDEN STAND v Standard-Examin- BY CONDO EVERETT TRUE TheOflden er eS, PUBLISHING COMPANY eVCSfVSTT' ostteN TO THIS TATE orc Second-clas- s Matter at the Opden. Utah. Established 1870 Member of the Audit Bureau of Clrcuta. tlew and The Associated Press. SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE Denver by Carrier Dally and 8un. v S10.80 By Mali Aly and Sunday, 1 year.. 7.88 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Presa ta exclusively en. Aclated ..iL titled to the use for republication of any credited to It not otherwise credited "w nd the local newa pub ni5hiVPDer ished herein. lear... TELEPHONE TO tHc3, JrACKSOKi, AND C.CT" (MVS THC PAPC RPAD tTU I'VC HCARO You feGFORS ; fie IT'S RvJir4C20 A SOOT 0rS. IT kfON'T IF THROUGH BY T RGPCAT I V4 Q. TUM3V.tNS ODUf-C4TCkX1C: 4 Oft S' evCW OTMCSR 311-31- MOAB. Dec. 1. The headlessatbody the of Lemuel Hecox, a watchman mine. SO miles east of hero Cashln lint, and st mile acroM the Colorado was found in a bunkhouse concealed sack. Sunday, under grain and burlapreceived yestertccordlng to report man has dead the of head The day. not yet been found. a rrlena The discovery was made byHe found Hecox. to who stopped greet spattered with ik. fionr of the krabln Hecox, he hurblood and not finding ried to Bedrock, ten mlle dlatance. Sheriff Dor- and reported conditions. and a was notified sey of Montrose the into men broke Bedrock of party tsvlrarl hnrk rnom of the cabin. There h hndv of the man waa found. It appeared that the head hnd been iaiihri off with a knife In theofmain the room of the '.cabin. The run aoa man nmi hi knife were not found In the cabin. llohberv la believed to have been h. motiv of the, crime. as Heox vino in the habit of carrying large ima of money on hla person. About he displayed $4100 three weeks ago waa arouna In bill, which he carrying He waa a reclus. Hecox with him. In well known In this section, having enent much time here in prospecting mountains. a.nd trapping In Colorado officers are working on the case. 8e 0-- o o09. i i MURDERER MUST DIE. I In Paris a trial has, been in progress in which Henri Landru has been defendant on a charge of murdering ten women and one boy. Wednesday the court found the prisoner guilty and he has been condemned to die. Lanaru started on his career of butchering at the time France went to war and n the five years before he was arrested in 1919 is supposed to have killed scores of womenJ Did the ;man get his lust for blood in the atmosphere of war, or was he--a born demon? Of fine appearance, he was able to attract . the attention of women and then with, a profession of love he trapped his victims. Criminals of this kind are difficult to understand. The average man would say such men .only exist in. fiction because the 'degree of crime is so foreign to the minaof the ordinary Individual. But this case proves ithat some men are so unbalanced mentally" as to be capable of doing horrible thing; not in an impulsive way but deliberately and premeditatedly.No man is sane who kills for gain or to escape an .embarrassment, and, therefore, ye must! look upon Landru as amotfgjermentally defective. The murderer, no doubt; appeared to be a normal human being, but in dealing with women he was a degenerate without conscience of a sense of pity. Society has no way of foretelling the conduct of a man of the type of Landru because outwardly he discloses no sign of his moral depravity and 'seemingly is possessed of all" the good promptings that go to make up a citizen of worth. Down deep in his make-u- p though, is a weakness which manifests Itself when the eyes of the world are obscured by a screen. Then the criminal instincts begin to operate and unsuspective trusting women are .ensnared and put to death, v.. It is well that Landru must die. His kind should be swept from the face of I cold-Dloode- d the-Lasa- farmers are saying to the wealthy statesmen, who are suggesting a sales tax as a method of meeting the bonus: "You must not Inflict a tax which will fall with greatest weight on the farmers. If you seek to raise more millions, try something onyourselves." ' oo UTAH MEETS PR "" l 1 : : SALT UKK. Dec. 1. The convention of the Western States Reclame-flo- n aasorlatlon came to a clone yesterday afternoon after what Will It. King of Oregon, former counsel for the United States reclamation service, characterized as "one of the most successful, complete and meetings of any that I have ever Mr. Ktng has attended development meetings since i04. Governor I). V. Davis of Idsho wns unanimously selected as head of the association, succeeding himself. Apos-t(Jeorge Albert Smith of Utah was named as vice president, succeeding W. V. MrIown, formerly lieutenant of Montana. A vote of sp-locution tor ihm active work ofj Frank V. Brown as secretary of the association virtually directed the retention of Mr. Brown In that office; and at the meeting of the newly erected executive committee held yeter-da- y afternoon V. W. Armstrong of I.lah was selected as treanuYtr of the .iMOc!atlfn. v v. ni.1. mi i.. jviasne oi Seattle, Vash.. as special representative of the asroclatlon at Washington. was dl-rrciea oy tne association. wnn it adopted the report of the 'committee on ruuire Dollcies and nrmniriinn Mr. Hlalne waa given to RsUt him! the service of four other of a committee on legislationmembers and edu-- ; cation, of which he Is to be chairman.; executive committee members Include th goveenora of each state. x offl- do. and the following: far-rcachl- Greatest Millinery Event of the Year Wc need the room for the best Values in Toys and ng at-tend- Christmas Merchandise ever shown. choice any hat, beautiful and semi-dresfur brims of Hudson Seal and Nutria with gold and silver cloth crowns, Q beautiful black hats with feathers, flowers and fancy brims Any hat, your choice r . ror Any hat in the U 1 j : SESSION ENDS Mine Watchman Believed to Comprehensive Steps f or De-Have Been Murdered veiopment of West Framed By Conferees By Robbers ' j 1 EH LEW Vi--- i Trimmed Hats Children' silk velvet trimmed poke bonnets, two sixes, colors brown, navy. rose, black. Itegu-ls- r Unusual trimmed pattern fcata and fur brim hats with brocade crowns, alt skapes and ttylea. $1.95 $4.95. at ! I . " -- A-,l- Hats that were formerly priced to $10.00, Q D. ii. For Children I4.&0 Gone for Seven Years He Writes orricirits. . W Utahi:ixutivi: ..ti Oron. whimey Kami af lVUpCI ramiiy Knnprr1 i.ola;a., Washington. A. Scott; Idaho.! I? --Your 1 . , store-dre- ss s. QC 0 to b filled' hnepnerd;P.Nevada, of silk velvet and duvetyne, trimmed with oc JJ U D. Arliona. l'ter; OverfHld.' New' MARSHAL" FOCH 1. MournDev. . r. Mexico, RUPERT. Ida.. Tracey; Colorado. F. Iiowers, leathers and tancies with same colI. Lucas: Wyoming. IN SEATTLE. , P. Christensen of Salt ed as dead for seven years. F. C. Hmerson; Parley Montana. W. T. Cowan; Nebraaka J,1 Verberg has written his wife or, and some with colored facings While Marshal Foch was in Seattle, Lake Friendly With T. Whitehead: Texaa. C. II. Peae. and family here that he Is alive, he was greeted by members of the well and wealthy In Australia and HKSOLLTIONS ADOPTltn. Dictator Russ desires that they come to him witnew executlv committee met The French colony of that city and to are there. l preparing They the Hotel Utah Immediately aftar a HILLIHERV nessed the unveiling of a bust of himleave. Verberg disappeared from the RIGA. Dec. 1. (By the Associated of the convention, adjournment to went Holland In 1914. to Seattle by former Press.) Nikolai L,enine. Russian sovand in addition to renaming is self, presented Rupert and later on to Australia where to i'rer of the association, chose the new-- i iet the clinxs Idea, apparpremier, residents of France. s ently, of trouble between Japan and he says he has acquired ownerIv authoriied committer on legisla-l When General Diaz was in Ogden, the United States, according to Barley tlon and education. ship of 1000 acres of rich ' fruit Under the by- -' lands. v PFarmer-Lrfibor the local Italian colony welcomed the in president nominates a secre. ChrLstensen, who waa the oo the recent presl- tnry subject to approval of the execu-t- : warrior who turned back the enemy ucmmi candidate illin iw: I., imru Ditties, committee. The matter was rittiiuiis on the Piave. In abeyance by Governor Darts. held and who has just arrived after a STATE TAKES PAET stay in Moscow. association adopted resolutions FIGHT as The IN These incidents reminded us of the month's M. Ienlne yent for Mr. ChrLstensen follows: fact that America has been in great last Saturday and no nooner had the "Development of the ti, s n.t .ri,i U-n1 greeted the Russian premier SALT UXKK. Deo. undraind lands f Through part built up from the bone and sinew American nation to off the bat." Mr. Christen- Governor Mabey yesterday, thv state '"""f nomes ior an HYfthe than "right r.lncmolnr of Europe. In any large American city sen related: "Ienine interrupted me. went on record In support of the ship viuiwun requires the wholehearted i between pers of the stata in their opposition there are thousands of men and asking 'What about war wuyerauon or tn0 congress of the to the plea of the railroads for per- Lnlted Stat and the women who were born across the At- America and Japan?" of the In part at least, states where such lands people FKEXS SURE OF WAU to mission available-ftnare abrogate. of rest a haven found have but Mr. Christensen said he did not the short and long haul clause of the lantic, believing that the passage of the McNary-Smlt- h bill win greatly aid In tlon association and especially by E, at the "gcolosiral Inference theory. in this land of opportunity and now think there would be any war. as transportation act. F. r.lilne. whose untiring effort have According to this theory, where coal C. CJill. chairman ine rapid development of and were P. America to a at In letter Japan peace, such area, been are devoted to. the country of their but JLenlne retorted: to exist cm lands adjolnirc of commute thr largely responsible for the pro- la known of th transoortation States Reclamation tn year-Ththe mineral is two l those last made the Govis a controversy to there bound be LaIc gress club. during Commercial capi"Oh, Salt Indorses the heartily adoption. y the purposes to prrcl-ate- a Inferred to extend ond under th association ap Is war. talistic for and to the greatly best that kind ernor Mabey yesterday promised principles of that measure. In contest, even though there b Comparatively there are not many of Industry for capitalists "With a sympathetic appreciation of and, by thl means. deires to areas and that Is ask the next state legislature for Commercial club no physical indications that such a Frenchmen in the United States, and the kind of government you have In $2000 with which to help defray the the troubled heart of an agonlied thank the Salt commerce the condition prevails. According to of ar aschamber is bound to come; It expenses of the Intermedial rate ' th of the I'nlted and faclltles rendered to thefor, yet wherever Marshal Foch stops he America. rM,nt associa is brewing now." Attorney Oeneral Vli.iara A. Rtates. many follows: Tire letter sociation. showing states- under the "geolorlcal inferis hailed; by men and women of his Hilton, recepholehaaried the Asked his opinion of the Washingand for "A situation waa presented to me by nansnip. nas brought the principal tion ence" It officers large ares of land, title It ton theory M. attended td tion I.onine of tnrough nations conference, business of a the blood. replied: committee world together for u representative is which to vested with the stst cf also association "I The don't know is what a few days ago which is of such conference on the limitation of arm- and attache. going to bo oocould be claimed l.'tah. 1 by the United the the but not cooperation ament fear outcome, much: of to and citizen the appreciate for deeply vital Importance every eastern questiona. the earth. RELENTLESS AND local land ofof the Jlertrsal iates. govby i perhaps some alliance. an I the and given feel the state that It expresses the ferent ernor kindlyofreception rtate of Utah that perhaps In fice state of Utah versus th of the ooruling on half Utah alliance." HEARTLESS. Mabey hould interest Itself and contribute nope of the west, the Western Stales f. Fter.acker case, said Mr. William The Mr. Christen-state administration. TIME WORKS i quizzed premier Its support. association How relentlessly 'the immigration fen about the asHilton yeaterday. wll mean a great A AITEAL TO HARDING relations to the effort being made sembled delegates to dourges "I refer A CHANGE. , everything of the deal to the stale in oil and ga cas's laws operate is illustrated by Haskln and seemed when the lat- to protect the producing, manufac- within national honor to make of the As a further Indorsement meas- now peadlng. England is .beginning to forget the J who tells of a little crippled boy who ter said that the peoples were gener- turing and distributing Interests of this conference such a success aa wilt re-- 1 principle of the McNary-Smlt- h OO ure, the association sent the following commonwealth in connection with the hatreds of war. On a day this week a was admitted to this country and al- ally friendly. h,f W.'or,d of dispute and ars to President Harding; WHEAT FOH FUHS to the interi all carrtera" 1 m .at lho 1JJ "Pressed telegram German merchant marine officer was lowed to join his family, after a bond Reclamation UTAH CREDITS GOOD . Western State "He .told me." said Mr. Christensen state commercepetition commission for au- by .0 nation's president. Thl AID TO aaaoclatlon. Russia is ready to do business thority to publish greatly reduced rates representing - thirteen presented with a silver loving cup and had been supplied who is now to bo "that MEN. THROUGHOUT EAST with America, and asked why wo to Pacific coast points while mainThl aaaoclatlon indorses the broad western state aiembled at the call demedal, the gift of the British consulate deported, following-asuch of round weren to states, t. order principles laid down at the present tional na- of the governors taining rates to Utah on theback "I answered: 'Perha'ps you are the high at New York, and given as a token of up all defectives. The little cripple is clare It the part of wise statesmansconference dealing with the the thus level, bringing LOGAN, Dec. 1. Credit of students g In economic policy and the ointment. fly rata condition of" crew hipU prevailthe problem. believes very esteem for the rescuing oppressive that educated in Utah ' college are given from Jackie Schumacher Scotland, of the waste "He had to ask the Interpreter what ing prior to ltll. the th that development of onomlc ILl't wisdom when such student enter of a British ship which had been and Haskin says:. was meant by 'fly in the ointment. the partLpart of th rflnf.,.n,. . . .1 lands by Irrigation and drainage be- full weight "After thoroughly considering the. eastern leading was college according to When governfederal this the answerundertaken he lhe 1914. tn by with conference explained, exPhd"!ture of considerable as presented, wrecked in February, O Peterson of the "Jackie is only one of a large num- ed: 'Well. I don't want to stand in f.tcts Elmer lresident sums of money upon uncompleted recother state officials, it has been deWhether the old occurrence was re- ber of forlorn human beings who are the way.'." avail-- ! Ltah Agricultural college who while on 20.COO.000 of 'Reclamation lamation we assistance. in render projsct that the west- - TWs recent trip V) eatern educatlonsl west The premier asked why American cided called for the purpose of showing that to be disposed of in the usual coldas the condition of the association belt.ve. that the expendi- nbl acres of Irrigable Und In the Is "Inasmuch center Inrel!rated this subject, . to did farmers If not to send Is ture thl of Russia defirabl n great wheat empire not direct will state government funds treasury permit so r.t saia OI England and Germany are on the road blooded arbitrary manner at Ellis is- in exchange for goods; and when Mr. contribution inn wa particularly enable thousands of would not take its rightful place in the nation as students of money at the present only from th Utah unemployed was or graduating Christensen to in asked be to complete reconciliation, the n economic and social factor what Russia had, "me, it la suggested that you arrange given needed work k,, land. On the list of undesirables Lenlne ' He college. Agricultural Investigated now before aasure of reconstruction replied: the own nation a greatly addwd program to finance your matters in your purely an expression of admiration awaiting deportation are likewise the question of credits at such educa "We can put furs on your wives." in wealth by developing nat- the nation. be recommendation and that way iu Institutions aa the University cf tional not is a heroic of for out acf growing ural resources. We that you torn be relmwho will request ON infants mothers and SLiAPPKI) JiACK respectfully mad to the next legislature for Chicago: University of Illinois; Harcause of the Mr. Christensen said ho found the j bursement to you ior uie runas you men &nd worn. renew, your Indorsement fus to say. However, it is evident there from their families now residing in VMrv,c vard the s;at Agriculuniversity world war hou!d be giyen of reclamation by Including in your tural college at and regime lirmly eJtablisTed. des- now advance up to tha extent of $2000. Iowa. is not the bitterness which existed this country; husbands and fathers, Adenine Amea, United the of to every the congress towards capitalism as the message consideration be very pleased to make pite changes shall "I due them a br Utah Agricultural college ' late in 1914 and up to November 11; prevented by various technicalities Communists are holding the key to this promise to you now that I shall State a recommendation that a broad are doing commendable work students at Harn tha industrial arhnnli national program of development be vard. Columbia. Cornell. II. present to the next session of the ?v UrCe' thAt Preference 1918, and that time is having a soften- from joining their families here, and had Washington, th gone to Russia to investlgate'trade legislature the reason for taxing this men and wora-f- ? undertaken. ,rvice Pennsylvania, Chicago. Iowa State, Iloo ho J" ing effect on the hearts of the people mentally and physically defective chil to ek hornet, and in uciiau ui me r armer-Lab- step in the protection or tne state. ieir linois and elsewhere he said. and declared he waa fav- interest and that this sum win be aponce unforgiving enemies. th "OO rt EXPECTED ACTION dren who are to be cast back upon orably party, impressedby the nation. for repayment to you." nopropriated ILWK PLENTY LAND Lenlne. he( described as having a land3 where they no longer have oo ON WEBER PROJECT CHECK UP ON POWER FARMERS CAUSE 'Of the million of acre of arid and winning personality, intensely human SEEK EXTENSION FOR homes. and appreciative of humor. KAHN ALARM. semiarld land In the west, water i COMPANY PETITION inhu"The blame cruel and this for "I slapped him on the back. Just lik available for approximately JO. 000 000 SALT LAKE. Dec.,1. Negotiation PAYMENT SETTLERS' In a letter to a committee of busi- man an American of acre, such land water, not land now under vay indicate that the confarmer," he said. treatment of aliens does not beness men, Otto H. Kahn, the banker, be nc the limiting factor in the de- tract between the state . and federal POCATEULO, Ida., Dec, X. To of the agricultural re- government Involving the expenditure gather said business men must organize and long to our immigration officials. They WASHINGTON. Dec 1. Senator velopment on data th propertie of the Horah yesttrday communicated with sources of this great empire. The of IIS. 009 to Investigate the possibili- Pocatello Ga Power company fov defend themselves to, overcome the have no personal Influence or authorland of the west embraced ties of the Proro-Webwill the hearing on the application will take up with and Fall of project as in automatons act Secretary and merely ity baneful effect of the agricultural bloc - penate irrigation committee the within areaa of minimum rainfall are be signed in th near future the of- company to Increase it rate whichthr i the carrying out the immigration laws. richness, aifordirur ficial intimated today. to be held at Boise at an early date. in congress. necessity for securing m extension of of vast potential time- In which settlers on government opportunlties for people from the conTh negotiation are between R. ElConner, attorney; F. W. Hassan, All this organizing which tends to Neither does the blame lie in the centers of gested stat make and mer to W. J. Gorton, engineer and pay reclamation Caldwell, build may engineer population project auditor; which are necessary evils for the happy, .prosperous and of th Utah water storage com- John Kobleman, aaalrtant ments. contented develop class distinctions makes for laws, engineer, demanded as thty wwmea wnen water may be made mission and r. E. Weymouth, chief representing th publlo utUltiea com- tit payments are Borah trouble in .this country.- There has protection of the nation from large aaya. many fan due. Senator engineer of the united State reclama- miasion of the tat arnvd in PocaA the development of th been organizing against labor, and if masses of undesirable citizens. But setUera will lose their homss and Imtion service. tello yesterday. a trip over th territory upon its uncontrolled but availThe company has applied for InFollowing provements, because they are unable, penda to this should be added the farmer, blame must descend upon a governable waters, thl association deem It of the project a few week ago. and a creased to th condltlona. under pay rates on th baai of th in to means ment which' fails SALT existing the 1. Dec. Atprovide LAKE, County eventually this country win be in an necessary that land and water be reo,ueatj from tb state for cooperation creased valuation of property and the in government. Arthur K. Moreton yeaterday amounts due to set aside the laws when It is seen torney on the wedded aa soon a possible. A our Mr. Weymouth submitted a suggested representatives cf th state public filed a complaint charging James Orr, uproar. Pending some determination mineral and forest Uma. stat of The cases cause watsr either a surindividual in are extension that of two resources, ccmttOaion agreement. storage question James JamesOathey making Colbert and utility Jensen, The agricultural bloc in congress Is of om ojrwets B axe the alteragreat or to book that law. Senator commission west, and the by regulation thought Drlel Oldlander with second by vey of the property intolerable hardship." It behoove thebeing beof slowly naail accord If in advisable. be depleted. tions rah the information endeavoring to protect the farming all proposes obtain suspension necessary might men The ac youag burglary. admitted, oo now due or to become due. In tion to make provision for the develop- - I with th federal government policy fore th opening of th case. from greater burdens than are CLEANERS. cording to the police, that they broke payments oo into the National guard armory Sun cases where 'the settlers axe unable uumb oi a perpetual source or wealth with th federal government' policy, now borne by the farmer. One object by reclamation of arid and drainage and mpowrd Mr. Caldwell to act At Gatesville. Texas, commotion day ror the purpose of obtaining re to make payments,oo lands. for th stat. CAMP ;is to fight back those who would place started over alleged brutalitiei to the volvers and ammunition to hold up DEVIXOIOfENTS URGED ITALL ItOnBED. POOL In accordance with an agreement NEW SILVER Union Pacific passenger train No. 19 heavier federal taxes on the tiller of 950 Inmates of the state "This association believe that the reached yesterday a new form of conDEVELOPING FAST on the grade out of Echo canyon, POCATELLO, Ida- -, Dec. I. Two of the Mr. development unreclaimed Montana the held submitted be land Weywilt the soil. A statement Is made by Rep- school for boys. One of the training masked tract up robbsrs by secure 410,000. brutali- whereby they hoped, to a few of the nation will be of great economic mouth soon after hi return to Denver They planned, according to their pool hall on South First avenue resentative Dickinson, who is a mem- ties is said to have caused ana eocuu benerlt to the great manu- today. Th Provo-WebItst TGN'OPAir. Ner Dec. l. Minlr.g minutes before death, midnight night, to return to project alms Salt Lake and ber of the bloc and prominent on the The atorm centered on C E. King, su- confession, procovered one facturingascenters of th country. A to add large area to the Irrigated men r watching the development unRoy Tugl, then go to California to. spend their and while these land of th nation land In eight of the most thickly pop. der way In the new rjlver camp of Ro went rapidly money. Most of the army automatics prietor., with a gun, the other Republican side in congress, that the perintendent of the school. (He stuck and are an increasing home ulated countle of th state. Roughly stca located 27 mile northwest of waa 1100 safe. developed, the Nearly ammunition taJten from the arm- through house agricultural bloc is prepared to by his guns, refused to market be will waa effected Entrance by taken. developed for manu- estimated th cot wilt run between Tonopsh. Machinery for deeper de-to have been The the ory recovered, by police. resign. factured waa aa kill any plan for adoption of a sales state board of control voted oo Thl ajsocitlon. $10,000,000 and $18,000,000. door rev in products, the Yugl velopment work Is being sMppd on rreaklng to sustain oo recommends to therefore, The the the ew camp. Numerous strikes a for that nightthe broad keys closing means of as a tax raising revenue to him. educational surface are reported daily. A large be lhe were afe from taken Yugi'a undertaken campaign pockets. RULING WILLARD WOMAN ON REVERSE In eastern the waa centers pay the Boldlers bonus. The bloc, he also she Mrs. of population When territory, in the new portionIs of the worked Yugi appeared The women got after King. His disand leasee. the cloaa wore by who that, beheld camp being men, GOAL the AT LANDS LAID REST IS parts up UTAH in by the way missal was demanded said, would place nothing tween development ofrelationship cornrnUticctr cf Texas the our Charles over faces for of their by Wittenberg stockings agricultural of the bonus measure itself, but would Federation of Women's clubs. He resource and manufacturing Inter! and masks. Nye county report that acraper cr.ee work to at be be win 1. servOO eastern upon truck 1. Dec. put impressed Funeral content itself with defeating efforts to The man who thinks that womenquit, The SALT LAKE. Dec. commercial general are , BRIGHAM, new roadway to th-revers constructing for Margaret Edwards, early pi- HAD KIDNKY TROUBLE FOR TEN organisation and Industrie. has at office land Washington raise the money by the sales tax. He not going to houseclean the country ices "This association indorse and com- ed the decision of the local Lnlted camp that will leen the distance be- 4 oneer of Willard, were held yesterday YKAUS. declared sufficient rotes were on hand before at willard under tho direction of Blah Don't give up hope if you are suf mend the world exposition to be prates land office in the school section tween Tonopah and Royrtoa about with haa ..get. It, through they on rheumatic held at Portland in the state bf Ore- coal land case of th stale of Utah mile. White. fering from backache, Ephraim to eliminate the tax if it was attached another guess CO Their ballots as on worthy against William H. Ftenscker. Mrs. Edwards was born in Walea, pains, atiff. rwollen Joints, always tired gon, in th year coming. lie " to the bonus bill, v and approval of the cltl-se- n nAnv cttoki:s death. of the important bearing this cause in public life are going to be ust aa August 21, 1844, and came to Willard feeling, pains in groin and muscles or of attention of th west, but this aaaoclatlon case will have upon other case now SALT UKF.. Drc. I. Harold 60 years ago. She waa married to other symptoms of kidney trouble. J. Thla Is serving notice that the farmas their brooms in the John Edwards, who died a number of T. Osborn. It. F. D. No. 1, Lucasville. belieTe that the word reclamation son cf Mr. ac l the of pending, the result of the appeal ' ers are not fighting the bonus, but home. Kovereen. while playshould Included be -. William w iIn waa the t O.. of trouble for the mother had five full and years ago, writes: "I ?4r. i title of the tat kidney t througn Attorney and brother - will resist any measure which aims to Atlantic siters at Pacific the his with sons kid one two 10 kinds of of and the recorder Itried all from electriyears. Senior ing children, highways th daughter ruling oo1172 Feve.V.h East vhome. and cal me no reclamation hi her. local land remedies of office did the ney surviving but parents' good. and register exposition. they Paul Revere with his "To arms! To draw the bonus money from the conchoked l Mra. Edward waa atricken ..The association appreclatr the un- haa been with I took one bottle of Foley Kidney pills awaited with general expect street. yr,erday afternoon, was fount dT.th. No external object sumers, a great percentage of whom arms!" wouldn't make much history paralysis about five months ago and and they helped me so much I am wen selfish and deroted attention to the ancy. ware Convulfion cans of trtNclamatlon given by the ofAdvertisementIn the- - throat. died at the. home of her son. William now." Sold (everywhere. are over thi officials Btate jubilant are farmers. In ' other, words,.' the noTr. .... ficer of. th Western State Rclamv &lslon, a it strikes a lelJng-MoEdwards, Saturday of laat week. thought to have cuse4 dath. Ivd-war- u d J t - 8 1921. RECLAMATION BODY OF MAN NUMBERS Classified Ad. Dept . " "" 4 Business and Circulation "II 58 Dept.... 4 Editor! AdvrtJ'nO and News Dept. ...873 Dept Salt Lake Office, 2 Nesa Leo h'rewln RePrenUtlve. PhoneBldg. Wasatch 1, IDAHO" NEWS FIND HEADLESS ofrfJ? HOitofflee. - THURSDAY EVENING, DEChlMBEK Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem Stats Newspaper impendent rn.?? every evening and Sunday a without morning muzzle or a club. STANDARD-EXAMINE- R ER ARD-EXAM1- N ir... - SHIPPERS' d . , d I ntern . lon - I-- ak . far-viionc- A-uts- nt d " "' r-.e- n -- Be-UiVi- i -- Anglo-American-Japane- ng se 1 I an ntjlo-Americ- - ' 1 IIX-SKUVl- n n-ce-nl far-sceln- n'T?!" -- nu I j -- or i M.ienc.on - -- plottedIp. un-rrclalm- ed er ' -- A-1- L, - - holdup foiled -- ec-reta- ry wt ' ;.j , - de-rre- e in-jdust- ry - er -- : e - i 1 1 " clean-sweepin- g . -- . , -- w . to Fov-erre- n.