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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Sunday April 24 1949 South Readies Three Musketecr9 Civil War Soldier Rites A3 ATLANTA April 23 Across four southern states next Tuesday the drums of memory will beat the long roil for those tattered gallant soldiers of a lost j cause In Mississippi Florida Ala bama and Georgia April 24 is Confederate Memorial re minder that this nation did not always exist free and indivisible It is a reminder that 88 years ago this country split in a bitter quarrel over states rights and slavery Before the breach was healed the lives of 489313 men had been spent Laid Down Arms Tuesday is the anniversary of i the day that the last of the con federate armies in the field laid down its arms 17 days after the army of northern Virginia surren dered at Appomatox Ironically it is also the date on John Wilkes Booth the as sassin of President Abraham Lin coln was shot to death in a barn near Port Royal Va It was April 9 1865 that Gen Robert E Lee his cause mortally wounded by the attrition in men and material surrendered to Gen U S Grant Lee had hoped to the last that he would be able to effect a junc tion with Gen Joseph E Johnston then moving north ahead of the victorious armies of Gen William Tecumseh Sherman Last Forlorn Hope There was hope that together they could turn on Sherman whip him and then drive Grant out of Richmond and the south It was the last forlorn hope of the lost cause The men of the confederacy wrote Col E M Boykin stood on the bare hills men without a country That was just fourscore and four years ago and even now the scars of battle of reconstruction and treatment as a conquered nation are still fresh in the south Many a southerner living today can remember sitting at his grand fathers knee to hear stories of Missionary ridge Bull Run Spot sylvania Chancellorsville Shiloh Vicksburg and the wilderness List Is Long The list is long It includes tersburg and Antietam Peters burg and Richmond Atlanta and Nashville Some say thecustom of decorat ing confederategraves on April 26 started with Miss trizzie Ruther ford at CqlumbusyrGa Others say Mrs Sue Laridbh Vaughn a de scendant of the New Englander John Adams was responsible In any case it was on April 26 that Mrs Vaughn led a small band of women out of Vicksburg Miss on the bluff above the Mississippi to the graves that were still raw gashes in the earth despite two springs Copr 1940 Kinj Syndicate Inc VCotld neht rewrvtd SOMETHING YOU EAT Allergies Start Common Golds WASHINGTON April 23 Something you eat or drink may be the starter for that common cold Dr John M Brewster of the certain allergic conditions I naval hospital Great Lakes III i such as hay fever asthma and believes the first phase of the I hives common cold is an allergic reacj More tlmn a year ago Brewster ear be cured by j reported unusually satisfactory drugs that fight allergies results in checking common He contended that when some j colds in the early stage with food or drink to which were Benadryl class name from the fact that i All patients were warned that they combat subthe drugs can cause drowsiness stance that is released in the ud they were cautioned against body in abnormal quantities dur driving a CRT while under treat ment For comparison he treated a much smaller number of patients with a combination of codeine sulfate and papaverine hydro choride which he said is general ly accepted as the preferred treatment for the common cold The percentage of cures ob tained on these patients at dif ferent interval after onset of ranged from 60 to Brewster conceded that the comparative check was mall but he termed it adequate enough to conclusively strate the superiority of the antihistaminic drugs in the treat ment of the common cold in ita initial stages sensitive gets into our or if we inhale some irritating substance these allergens cause damage to the delicate mucuous membrances of nose mouth and throat Then if the virus of common cold is present it will find a nice nesting spot in the damaged membranes So Brewster figures that if you can check this allergic reac tion you can lick your cold before it really gets going And he says that a group of antihistaminic drugs can do the trick These drugs which require a doctors prescription get their Now in the naval medical bul letin he reports use of four other antihistaminic drugs Pyribenzn mine Thenylene Neoantergan and Histadyl i Brewster says 19 of 21 patients in whom treatment was bcgin within the first hour after onset of symptoms were cured Thats a 90 batting average Off 55 treated within two hours 4S were cured Of 156 patients who received treatment within six hours 116 for 749o were cured Of 234 who received treatment within 12 hours 165 or were cured FOR RENT OR LEASE Choice Retail Locations Desirable Located I Fireproof and NonFireproof Warehouses with or without trackage O I Storage Rentals See us for your business location needs Properly Management Dept TRACYCOLLINS TRUST CO 151 So Main Street Telephone 43663 Now lets take one of you by yourself Gunshot Victim Says Divorcee Took Hun for Death Ride CHICAGO April 23 A young Veteran hospital attendant charge She denied she did thei shooting1 Shaw is in a serious condition day of taking him for a ride and at an Evanston hospital but isj leaving him to die in a roadside I expected to recover He was accused a divorcee Satur ditch police said Jay L Shaw 26 was wounded four times with a 38caliber pistol Police Lt Maurice Green said that Shaw from a hospital bed related that Mrs Judith Elkins 30 fired six shots at him whenhe got out of her car to inspect the tires Mrs Elkins a science instructor at a Chicago hospital was ques tioned by police and held without Women Knew War The women of Vicksburg knew For 40 days and nights they had walked arnid exploding shells from the besieging They lived in caves arid when the worst came they lived off horse and mule was left over after the men in the breastworks had had their half rations With them when they went to the graves the women carried flowers and small flags These they placed on the graves of the husbands some broth died in the defense of that key to the control of the Mis sissippi Since Miss Rutherford and Mrs Vaughn first began the custom has been adopted by the Daughters of the Confederacy Canada US Open Good Will Week WASHINGTON April 23 Pros Harry S Truinan and Prime Minister Louis St Laurent Satur day pointed to cordial relations be tween the United States and Canada as a pattern for world peace The statements were made in connection with annual observance of the United StatesCanada good will week which begins Sunday and is sponsored by Kiwanis Interna tional Pres Truman described rela tions between the countries as a unique achievement in the annals of nations The Canadian prime minister said Peaceloving men would like to see cordial U SCanadian rela tions emulated elsewhere Denver Police Probe Party DENVER April 23 girls most of them in bobby sox and their boy companions psraded through the police morals bureau Saturday to tell what they knew of a wild party inan apartment Friday night y Officers who broke it up said itftwas artwiiadrinlcing and sex party The 16 participants most of them less than 20 were taken to jail in patrol wagons and spent the night behind bars Worried i parents began flocking to police headquarters some before sunup Capt Verne McCoy of the morals bureau said a charge of operating a disorderly house was filed against Fred Freeman 33 It was Freemans apartment on East 14th avenue McCoy said upon which officers descended after neighbors complained Freeman was being held for fur ther questioning Charges of con tributing to a disorderly house were lodged against the 16 others They were being released to their sarents on the latters promise to see they showed up for a police court hearing Monday afternoon Whisky gin and beer bottles ittered the place The walls were a gallery of photographs of un clad girls and publications con cerned with sex were strewn about wounded in the neck right arm I and left thigh and the left wrist A farmer who heard him moanj ing found him at the roadside Lt Green said Shaw related that he met Mrs Elkins while on his j way to keep a date with Leona j Lindberg a student nurse She told him Miss Lindberg had gone j to her home in suburban Barringi ton and offered to drive him there later in the day j They spent several hours at Mrs Elkins apartment and left in her car at 7 pm i When they reached a lonely j stretch of road Shaw said Mrs j Elkins remarked i I think Im gettinga flat tire Lets get out and look He said when he stepped out Mrs Elkins drew the gun from her purse opened fire then drove away Authorities said they found a kejr to Mrs Elkins apartment arid an unsigned typewritten note in Shaws pockets Thenote You is true to other words she goes out with others when she 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