A" ' ' ' T the bingham news, bingham, uTAir' v c? ', Z 'I r j ; v " V' yfa:'-- - ... - .... ,, . mi t Vr ROGERS HORNSBY IS LEADING BALL STAR Manager McGraw Says Texan Has Edge on Babe Ruth. ' ' ' - " ' ' Oiousands of Fan Around Country Who Havo Observed Slugging : 'Cardinal Inclined to String With New York Learfor; ; "If I wanted a Colorful player who could draw them in; everjr day at the gate, I would take Babe Ruth," said Jawn J. McGraw during a recent fanning bee while debating the prob-lem of an athlete's Individual worth to a ball club. "But if I had to choose a real ball player to make a team I would select Rogers Hornsby ao the greatest player In baseball." And the crafty tactician of the Giants who is generally regarded as the greatest manager In the game and one of the smartest baseball, men of all times Is not alone in express-ing that opinion. Thousands of fans all over the country who have ob WW wl - Rogers Horntby. served the slugging Cardlnnl in no-tion, both at the plnte and around the keystone sack, are Inclined ' to string with the Rroadwny mogul III his selection. t Manager Branch Rickey of the Cardinals declares he would not give up Hornsby for a couple of Ruths. Wllbert Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers, also rated as a wise man of the game, says he would rather have the larruping Texan on his team. Others straddle the question. - : Certainly there would be a flock of excitement among the Judges if both Babe and "Rodge" were in the Amer-ican league when the time rolied around to award that $1,000 prize that Ban Johnson litis put up for the most vuluuble player. I t ; NEW WASATCH HOTEL . 1 ' SALT LAKE CITY - J ' . . ,' .... ' . ', ' - - , ' ' ' : ' it Modern in Every" Respect. Clean and j j Home Like. Three Blocks from D. ! : & R. G. Depot V , ; 78 WEST BROADWAY f - Charlie Uren Proprietors Jack Curnow Do Pezzopame Fancy Imported and Domestic 1 J Groceries. Foreign Money Of-- I ders and Drafts Notary Public, Steamship Agt. Banco of Naples Correspondent ' i A. A. Christensen ROOF EXPERT T ; ! The Man Who Understands the " V needs of your roof. Let him examine . , ; them for you. Write or call Main St. J'f: 555, upstairs. Bingham. BREAD For Health f - Bread is not only the most delicious but the whole-- ' somest and least expensive of all foods. . I , : ' ' -- ; I The more you eat of it, the less you will feel the need - f of other higher,priced, less nourishing foods. Buy a Good Bread ' . , .... - r here.. It's f always fresh,' wholesome; deiicious. ' J A GOOD BAKERY STANDARD BREAD CO. 536 Main St., Phone 187 ' f BINGHAM CANYON j - . . AUTHUK C.JCQLE, . Attorney-At-La- w Bingham Canyon, ' Utah Awocato practicio in Cortc degh Stati Uniti in Corte degh Stati Utah ' . . . , . THE MASCOT 1 BOOMS FOR BENT- - . I Partly Furnished ' I See J. A. Bougham ' Lark bociety Mrs. L. C. Dunham, Mrs. Em-ma Bickford, Mila Kramer, Lieth Elith and Seth Dunham, all of Salt Lake, to Lark Sunday and were; the jruests of Mrs. Fred Kramer. Miss Vera Nordbcrgr left Lark Sundav for an indefinite visit in West Jordan. Mrs. Joseph Hadley and uo-hte- r Myrtle are the guests of Mrs. Doris Thomas. Mrs. j Hadley and daughter are from Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Olsen and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moore - "fere visitors in Bingham Sun-day. La Veil and - Miss Gwenith Silrox are spending a few days in Lark as the sruests of their father, Ernest Silcox. Nick Mataiga spent Thursday ' evening at the Highland Boy 'making the trip in his new Chev- - are already planning how t6 hog the air lanes for their business? That one way through Eagy street is through Hardscrabble first?- - , That misery loves , company, because two can ; live cheaper than one? ' That Europe; is. a. large con-tinent surrounding Uoyd George?' ' ; p - !, - 'That as a fighter De Valera has a wonderful knack of keep-ing his name off the injured list? That it ought to be a comfort to a rich man to know that when he dies he will leave this world as poor as a church mouse? That many people admit that the practice of the Golden Rule would solve all sproblems, but few are desirous of trying it out? That when normalcy-come- s we will be at the place we started from when we went crazy? That Lady Astor says "Men are the weaker sex?" That a hot-temper- ed red-head- ed woman always seems wilder than a hot-temper- ed brunette? That Conan Doyle says there is an opportunity to work in heaven? That Ireland is getting a good start on another 750 year fight? That considerable paint is be- -i ing used these days some on houses? That lightning differs from Jack Dempsey, because it never strikes a man twice in the same place? That Jack Dempsey wants an American girl preferably to the French, German or English girls? That we would like to know from Oliver Lodge or Conan Dovle if there are any profiteers in Heaven? That Germany recognized Rus-sia, but don't you remember they met before, when the Kais-er kissed the Czar? That to vivificate something that has been in a trance may be nossible, but just fancy trying the experiment on something that had died a natural death? i That the American dollar since the war seems to talk all languages? :',"Vy. rolet. Mrs. Pat Savage entertained in honor of her daughter Ruby, Saturday evening. The house was artistically decorated in light blue and apple blossoms. Games and dancing were enjov-- - ed by the twentv-tw- o . guests ; present. A late luncheon was served after which the guests departed. .,. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Olson and Mrs. Lafe Peterson were Salt Lake visitors for a few days last week. , Miss Ann Pearcv, who has leen visiting friends in Lark for , the past two weeks, has left for Denver, Colo. Mrs. Wm. Webb with daugh-ter Katie and nephew Donald Peterson were the guests of Mrs. George Starkey in Bingham Monday and Tuesday. Melvin Dalton of Tooele was ' the week end guest of his sister . jirs, Bloome. Mrs. Lafe Peterson is visit-ing friends and relatives in Eur-eka for several days. Frank Jones and family have moved from Lark and will spend the summer months on a ranch in the valley. IDAHO MAN VISITS LARK Manager Mackaway of the Western Phosphate Co., of Ida-ho, with Secty. Kellock of the Ohio Copper Co. was in Lark the nast week inspecting the precipitating plant of the Ohio Copper Co. in the Mascotte tun-nel. J. I. Robbins, the affable ns-say- er of the Bingham Mires Co., snent Tuesday evening with the Pinochle club at Salt Lake City. He is an ardent follower of the game. That new machinery, and new type is used at the job printing plant of The News? . That a horse back ride to But-terfie- ld is one of the most en-joyable trips one can take in the vicinity of Bingham T That one nian claims he has aecivea s women, ana it is an some men can do to deceiye one ? That Utah has one good crop this year we speak of mosqui-tos- ? That the young Americans who fought in the World war are not anxious to participate in another like it? , That one of Russia's needs is brains; and another is brain food? That there are old fashioned people who believe it is still pos-sible to have good sense and be happy? That Clark's bill heads are satisfactory? Call 91 and order yours. SECRET PANELS IN THIEF'S HOME Plunder Hidden Behind Wains- -, coting in Various Rooms in Detroit Robber's House. DODGES MANY. TRAS It Caught in tha Act of Robbing Horn and la Hit on Head by Brick Whlla Shooting at Police Old Offender. Detroit, Mich. In Fred Lemhagen, forty-tw- who was felled with a brick and captured while firing his revolver at Patrolman William A. Emllng and the letter's brother, Ell, when they sur-prised him in the act of robbing the patrolman's home, the old-time- In the police department recognized an old acquaintance. They said they "remembered Lem-jhnge- n as the burglar who had ized the East aide over a period of sev-eral years prior to 15 years ago, but since that time he was believed to have "gone straight." His Peculiarity. When he was lodged in Receiving hospltai, under police guard, suffer-ing from a severe, laceration on tho head and possible fracture of the skull from the brick, the veterans of the force said they remembered Lem-h- n gen's peculiarity In the burglary line during his career almost a score of years ago. Inspector SChuknecht went in person at the head of a squad to search Lemhagen's home. They found a false panel in the linen chest covering a cubby hole, which disclosed $87 In bills when they slid the panel aside. Behind the wainscoting In various rooms of the house they found pock-ets for plunder drilled and cnt Into the walls and out of them they took a Wgar boxful of rings, wrist watches, men's watches, cuff buttons, pencil and one revolver. Jawela Scattered About'. The Jewelry was scattered about In 'small consignments, two or three rings or other pieces of Jewelry being found in the various "woodpecker nests" that Lemhagen had made to hide his plunder. Rings and diamonds were found In half a dozen other recesses. Police declare they are satisfied Lemhagen Is the "East side burglar" Felled With a Brick. who has perpetrated Job after Job within a radius of a mile of his home, dodging dragnets and plans laid for him. He made a clean "getaway" with thousands of dollars' worth of Jewelry anJ cash. lie U a canwuttr ar.J lock-smith. Ills home is In the fashion-able Indian Village district. INTERESTING SPORT NOTES I'ancho Vlllu, the Manila NXJ-pou-boxer, U coming to the United Mutes. ; Like nil other competitive sports, golf is played somewhat from the neck up. ; Some of those bowllnji teams appar-cull-do not know that the season has ended. ' The golf course Is something that must be uttained by some men at ali hazards. If Ananias bad lived it would b rather amusing to hear htm talk aboul his golf score. The nspect in (Senoa may suggest to Jack Dempsey that his place ix back on this side. . t. London would have welcomed Iemp-se- y as a fighter much more cordlalty back In 1917 or 1918. . J. T. Witherspoon of New Orleans has been elected cuftiain of Princeton's 130-poun- d varsity crew. Klnjo Ikeda, the Hawaiian wrestler, is suld to be a nifty grappler. Anyway, he has a tine name for a "rassler." 0 . . In New York city Hnd vicinity & to-tal of 5,000 golf enUtu'slHtft's have se-cured 'permits to play on the public ''courses. ' . , . , Trotting bus gained a hold In Serbia, And ii n international stake event will be'tidd fxn. . The purse Is 10),0!K) dinars. New York tinlverslty will go In for wa'cer, wrestling, lacrosse and swim-- j mln, all ot which were recently added to Its program of activities." C. J. Sheldon of (lie Trusnn ten pin bAvlln tMim Is the latest t 'enter the hali.of fume with a In competition. The Munltoha Lacrosse assoriHtion tiai made proposal to thf pflier n crosse orgiinlzatlon la Canada for a Championship series Atxt fall. Did It Ever Occur to You That a liberal minded man vwho is willing to keep the ten commandments, divided with his v.'ife, a half each? , . , - . That some people would prefer paying installments on a player tiano than they would a wash-ing machine? That printing wedding cards and invitations is one of Clark's specials. Intending June brides are advised to meet Clark at the office of The News for special .. rates on his high class printing .jobs. ' Subfcribe to the - Bingham News and help boost your toyn. .Have civic'pnde enough to ma'n-ti- ri a real live paper. Send, us th'i news and we will print it. That competition' is the hfe.of trade, there is room for .all com-petitors, the best usually main? ' ' : That wh en you spend your va- - cuUon in Salt Lake City spend vo ir nights in one of the clean-est' beds' in the city .at the new Wasatch Hotel? That the Women's Civic club should be appreciated by every livb American in cam- p? That doubtless dishonest men ACID THROWN UPON NURSE Disfigured for' Life, New York Woman Accuaes Wooer She Discouraged. Brighton Heights, N. Y. Miss Hose Bessaye, twenty-eigh- t, a nurse In the office of Dr. Ernest Kutcher, dentist, will be scarred for life by acid, thrown over the right side of her face and shoulders. At the hospital lt Is said the acid did Hot Injure lir eyes. ' The police took up the search" for James p'Urlen. Miss Kessaye told toe police slie answered 8 ring of the rear doorbell and saw (THricn standing there, holding a bottle. Then the cld was thrown upon her. She screamed anj OT.rlcn lied, she asserted. Not a word was aU by either. She wild OT.rlen had paid attention to her, but she hnd asked him to cense call- - Protector Taking Nap, Too 'Betty Ann had always beeu taught that w harm eould pome to her while sleeping because Jesus never sleeps, but watches over her at fill times. One afternoon, .while taking lier nap, she rolled to near the edge of the bed and tunitiled off onto the floor. Her mother hurried in, anxiously Inquire-In- g how the accident occurred, and Beity answered sleepily, "Oh, dear. II guesses Jesus was takln n tittle nap, too. Gastronomic Affinities The reason for ham and eggs, frank-furters and kraut, corned heof 'and' cabbage and other kitchen couples Is directly traceable to Yuan Mel, an. dent Chinese philosopher, vho wrote entur!es ago; "Cookery Is like matrl-iiMin-two thing's served together should match. - j Pastor Indicted for Slander. ,s Fort Meyej-s-, i la.-- Dr. (jeorgo W. IJetin, pastor of a large ciiuixli here, fonnurly of Columbus, ()., Iihh been In-dicted by, the ,ee Wnty gnuid Jury on three charges of defamation. He Is under 12,X)0 ball. The minister Is alleged to have Impugned the charac-ter of the daughter of a physlclun Doctor Ilenu says he will have no trou-ble In proving his Innocence.