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I I V2 " THE STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 111
! IN STO LIST
Active Selling Movement As
11 Money Rate Increases
i After Advance
:EW YORK. April 15 Contrary to
expectations in many quarters, the nd
vancc of tho Bank of England discount
1 1 rate exerted no perceptible adverse In
flupnce over the stock market at the
opening of today's session. .Dealings
I were active and broad, oil3, secondary
steels, equipments, motors and sugars
resuming their leadership at gains of
l to 3 point3. The few exceptitons to
the further rise included several of the
I investment rails. General Motors .and
I preferred stock of tho Standard Oil
company of New Jersey, which react
ed probably on announcement of the
The riso was temporarily checked
before the end of the first hous.
Selling accompanied Pittsburg ad
vices that the railroad strike was caus
ing further suspension of shippings or-:
den. Kail Issues reacted 1 to 3 points.
JJa'llies soon followed when minor
steels equipments, motor specialties.;
textiles and chemicals again moved ;
forward. Leaders included Vaniidium.j
Baldwin, Stromburg. American Wool-,
en, Consolidated Textile and Indus-j
trial Alcohol at gains of 2 to 7 points. ,
Call money opecd at S per cent, the ,
highest initial rate of the week, and
Liberty bonds continued to decline. I
Call" money rose to 10 per cent at;
) mjdday and an active selling move
ment began especially among oils,1
shippings, tobaccos and the popular"
I food shares. Reversals ranged from
2,t,o 7 points, leaving little or nothing)
of -the morning's advance. Standard i
i industrials and rails also became!
' - CHICAGO GRAIN j
CHICAGO, April 15. Corn contin-l
uert- to show an upward tendency ln(
hi t price luii?.) , wiiii inuiv ui ociiiuo 1HV.-0-
Hf sure an outstanding feature. The'ab-I
l , sonce of aggressiveness on the .part of
H,Jj hears was ascribed mainly to strength
H - i in wheat values and to ihe dcmoral-,
H ized railway traffic situation. Open-!
H l j ing prices which ranged from e dp-';
cline to "g advance with May ?1.67 vj
to 1.6SV6 and July $1.60 to 1.61 Vs
, were were followed by material gains
' all around.
delays to seeding gae independent!
j firmness to oats. After opening V tor
z higher, including July at SCVi to j
S. tlie market continued to harden, i
flj Provisions were full but firm. Grain
fl strength was tho chief bullish factor. J
.I . OMAHA LIVESTOCK. I
t OMAHA, April 15. (United Stales
Bureau of Markets) Hogs Receipts'
. ' 1 l.UlJO; market active, generally steady ;
r. to 25c higher: strength noted on nie-
dium to strong weight k'lnds; close to
1 slow on heavies; top $1-1.75 ; bulk
1 1 3.75 -? 11.10.
j I Cattle Receipts 9.000 market on all
HLil grades of killing cattle actfve' and
Bh, steady to strong; best sipts a'verag
Hfi ing 1,350 pounds, ?1I.U0; bulk of steer
V sales $12.50 to 13.25; beef yearlings
?13 76; butcher fat heifers, ?12.25;ienl '
fl market dull; few stockers -and Teed-I
crs, unchanged, market steady.
I Sheep Receipts. 5,000; market ac-j
i live, fully 25 50c higher; best avooI j
I lambs $20.25; clipped $17.25; ewes up,
H to ?15.D0.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK , .
1 . CHICAGO. April 15. (United States
Bureau of Markets) Cattle Receipts '
1,000; beef steers steady to 25c lower;
, top yearlings ?16.00; heavy cattle
I ?15;65; she-stock fairly active; steady;
hulk $9.0011.00; canners dull $5.00$)
5.50; bulls strong; bolognas mostly
H $7.000 f?. 7.50; calves 25 to ZOc higher,
Hf receipts 4,000; hulk around $11.50; no
trade in stockers.
T Hogs Receipts 9000; light steady to
i 10c higher; half loads $16.00; few
above $15.75; medium and heavy
steady to 15c lower; few sales other
H. J than packing and extremely butcher
Sheep Receipts 11,000; market nc
live, steady; choice shorn lambs $15.S5j
bulk $15.70 up; prime woolcd yearling
wcthehs $19.50; top ewes $15.25.
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET j
-NEW YORK, April 15. Mercantile !
paper 6 17 per cent. j
j 'Exchange irregular; sterling 60 dayi
i bills $3,93 Vi-; commercial 60 day bills
on banks $3.93; commercial 60 day;
1 bills $3.93; demand $3,976; cables;
j 'France: Demand 16.31; cables 16.32
Belgian francs: Demand 15.32; ca
'Guilders: Demand 37 5.-16; cables
1 .37 7-16.
Lire: Demand 23.04; cables 23.02.
Marks: Demand 1.71; cables 1.72.
, Government bonds weak; railroad
i bonds heavy,
j "Time loans strong; all dates S per
Gall money strong; high 15 per cent
low rate S per cent; closing bid 11
H: per cent; offered at 12 per cent; last
loan 12 per cent; bank acceptances 6
CHICAGO, April 15. Wheat not
Corn No. 3, mixed, $.164; No. 3,
' yellow $1.691.70.
bats No. 2, white, ?1.021.02'4 :
No,. 3. white, $1.00(g'1.02.
k Barley $1.361.72.
Timothy seed ?9.0012.00.
M' Clover seed $59.0053.00
B; !Tork Nominal,
jf . Lard $19.50.
1 Ribs $17.7518.50.
J METAL QUOTATIONS
1 NEW YORK, April 15. Copper and
Tin spot $63.00; April-June $62.00.
Hr Antimony 10.87c.
M- ' Lead easier; spot 9.00c; May S.75c
Zinc casv; East St. Louis spot 8.25c
! At London: Spot: Copper -103
Bj I 12s 6d; electrolytic 112; tin 346
1 5s, lead 10s; zinc 48 5s.'
I y LIBERTY BONDS,
i NEW YORK. April 15. Final prices
a today on Liberty bonds were 3V's
94.50; first 4's 90.10; second 4's S6.S8;
first 4Vi's 90.30; second 4's 86.76;
third iU's 91.10; fourth 86.76;
, Victory 96.08; Victory 4's 96.08.
1" TTTl III H i Ml 7,7
STUTZ MOTOR STOCK
EXCEEDS 700 MARK
NEW YORK, April 15. Stock of
the Suit?. Motor Car company, taken
off the New York stock exchange at
tho request o the company's chair-j
man, Allan A. Ryan, after the ox
change suspended trading In It, went
on sale on the curb today and brought
higher prices than ever. Tho first;
sales were at 700 and 710 and as high
as 730 was asked. The price when!
the exchange stopped trading was 301 j
and auction prices slnco then had
boon 700 and 701.
Ryan, whoso resignation from tho
exchange, tendered with accusations!
that members of the board of. govern
ors wore short in StuU: when trad
ing was stopped In It, has not been ac
cepted, unlay announced himself In fa
vor of incorporation of the exchange.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Ohio Cities Gas ... ETA
Allls-Chalmers $ -43
American Deet Sugar L03
American Can 4714
American O' Foundry 1.42V
American 1" Leather tPfd. .. Ll-Hfc
American Loc motive 1.07
American Smelting & Ref'g 67
American Sugar 1.37
Amcrlcnn Sumatra Tobacco ... .99
American T. & T T. . . . -9GM:
Atchison S3 Vi
All. Gulf & W. Indies 1.70
Baldwin Locomotive 1.41V1
Baltimore Ohio . . 33
Bethlehem Stepi "B" 97 1
Canadian Tacific 1.20
Central Leather SGV:
Chesapeake & Ohio . .55
Chicago Mil. and St. Paul 3G
Chicago R. I. & Pad ... ' 34
Chino Copper ..' ...... .3574
Colorado Intel & Iron ... . ., .39
Corn Products ... ... 1.03V4
Crucible Stcol. Ex. Div 2.62$.
Cuba Cane Sugar ... .. .. .57
General Electric . .-. . U"'. 1.24 Vi
General Motors . . 'A . ... 3 5")
Goodrich Co 69 VC-
Great Norlhern Prd. ...... ..77 W
Great Northern Ore Clfl .. .37
Illinois Coppar . .j w '. , . ,SS j
Inspiration Copper ..;. 5GJ j
Int. Merr. Marine pfd. .. . .95 1
Ir.Jernjionl Pacr- - ..... .. ,
Kennccoit Copprr ."T ... .31 I
Louisville NnShvIUe ... ..... 1.04--1
f.Iaocwell Motors 33
Mexican Petroleum k . 2.01-yi
iliaml Cupper -,24
Midvale Steel .47Vi
MLssouri Paciric y. : , . 2G
New York Central ( 1
N. Y., N. H. & HarLfOl'tl , 32 I
Norfollc &. Western .; 94 I
Northern Pacific.. ......... .IS
Uh:o Cities Gas 43
tuple's Gas '.36
Pittsburg and West V 20
Ray Consolidated - Co jjpqr 11)14
Rep Iron & Steel 1.12
Sinclair Oil & Refining ... . ... .40-s
southern Pacific ... ,. ....... ' .QSVi I
Souiliern Railway 22 y. I
Sludebakcr Corp " 1.23 I
Tennessee Copj)cr 12
Texas Cp. ... ,.., -2.06
Tobacco Products 72 VI
United Cigar Stores t Yi
CHICAGO. April 15.
Corn Open High Low Close
May .,.?1.67 1.69-i 1.07 1.69Vi
.iuIvv . . . 1.60 l.GIVi 1.601 1.63
Sepi. .. 1.55V- l.GS'A 1.55 & 1.5S
May ... .95 .96 .95V. .96
July ... .S6K .SSU .1:6 .S7
May 37.50 37.50 37.10 I
July .... 3S.20 . 37.50 3S.15
May '19.50 21.02 19.50 20.00
July 20.27 20.90 20.27 20.S2
May 1S.60 1S.47 1S.500ETAOIN
May .... 18.60 18.47 1S.55
NEW YORK SILVER
NEW YORK, April 15. Bar Silver
j Mexican dollars S9-7ic.
I SWISS LOAN IN U. S.
I BERNE, April 15. Some light is be
ling thrown upon the question of the
new Swiss loan to be floated in Amer
ica. Switzerland wants between twen
ty nnd thirty million ' dollars. Tho
I first American loan of $ 15,000,000,
I floated in 1915, produced interest of
seven and three-tenths per cent.
Rumors are now In circulation that
American bankers in Switzerland have
within the last few days purchased ex
fraordinary amounts of Germ-'i marks
the figure reaching thinj rTlions in
one day. To this in .part is attributed
the rise in exchange value of the mark
from eight o over ten, while the dol
lar fell from 5SS to 550 Swiss francs.
PAY ARGENTINE' LOAN
BUENPS AIRES, April 13 The Ar
gentine government has arranged di
ked with the British government for
funds to enable Argentina to liquidate
the ?50,000.000 loan maturing May 15.
and payable in New York. President
jlrigoyen disclosed in a message to the
senate today. Tho president mentioned
llhls arrangement in connection with
jan urgent request that the senate ap
prove he measure of the lower house
by which Argentina would loan to Eng
land, France and Italy ?200,000,000 for
the purchase of food products which
has been pending for two years.
EXPORTS SHOW AGAIN.
LONDON, April 15. The board of
tr.ade statement for the month of
March shows tho followlnr rhantrps-
Imports increased 70,S95,000.
Exports of British products in
Re-exports increased 18,082,000.
Total exports increased 68,673,000.
Excess of imports Increased 2,222,
000. COTTON FUTURES.
NEW YORK, April 15. Cotton fu
tures opened steady; May 41.20c; July
38.80c; October 3L97c; December
33.96c; January 32.90c.
WASHINGTON, April 15. Cotton
consumed during March amounted to
575.704 running bales of lint and 2S,
668 bales of linters, the census bureau
CHICAGO, April 15 Potatoes stead
ier; receipts 11 cars; northern round
white sacked, '$6.70 ig)6.85; ditto bulk
DIES!! S, L
Mrs. Thompson Corn, Wife
of Railroad Ticket Agent
Here Pasws Away
Mrs. Hyrd Snyder Corn, wife of
Thompson Corn, local general ticket
agent ai ihe Union depot, and mother
of Samuel Corn, aged 5 years, died this
morning at 4.30 o'clock at tho L. D. S.
hospital nt Salt Lake.
.Mrs. Corn was oporalcd on three
weeks ago. She was apparently re
covering from the operation when a
relapse, which was followed by a
heart attack, occurred three days ago.
Mrs. Corn came to Ogden six years
ago in company with her husband,
following his appointment a3 ticket
agent here. She was well known in
this city and for the past two years
hold the position of secretary for the
She wns born in Nebraska and was
37 years old. Mrs. Corn was an active
worker In the Presbyterian uhtirch or
this fclty. Mr. Corn, a small son, her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Snyder,
and two brothers survive her.
Funeral arrangements have not
been made, word I elng expected from
the parents regarding when the ex
pect to arrive here.
Tkasfi Out Closing
Arrangements were completed to-j
day for the mass meeting 10 be held I
at S o'clock tomorrow night In the
'Ogden tabernacle to thresh out pro'
land con the question as tp whether
there shall be a half holiday granted
s'.oro employes In Ogdeij. Mayor
I Prank-Francis will preside. Those who
Issued tho call for the moetlhg want!
citizens to attend whether they are for j
I or against It. They des'.ro to have sen-j
llmeu crystallzed for or n'salnst the
Scouts Wifl Attend .
I. G. Clark Funeral
All the boy scouts of Ogden coun
cil are urged to meet at Twenty-fourth
street and Madison avenue, at 2:30
o'clock Sunday in uniform to march
In the funenil corteg1 of the lat
deputy commissioner of boy scouts, I.
Guy Clark. Scoutmasters arc also
urged' to be there.
Deaths and Funerals
CLARK Funeral services "for I.
Clark will be held at - Vclock Sunday-afternoon
In the Sixth ward meet
ing house. Tho body may be viewed
at tho home. 072 Twenty-fourth street
Saturday and Sunday until 1 o'clock.
The time for the funeral was fixed
in order that the brother, Darrcl
Clark, may arrive from Chicago.
.TANK JONKS Funeral services for
Jane Jonos were held yesterday at the
Hooper meeting house, LJlshop Jamca
Bcus officiating. The ward f choir.
Mrs. Aixubright, Mrs. Jlolman. Mrs.
J. Johnston, Charles Jones and Susie
Singleton sang nt the services. Speak
ers were Frank liclnap, John Hooper
and Bishop Bcus.
Weber Lodge No. 6 Free'
and Accepted Masons
! Special meeting, Thursday, April
15th, 8 p. m. for work in the F. C.
By order of the V. M. ,
F. E. NICHOLS, Secty.
Army Bill Provides
for 16,993 Officers
WASHINGTON. April 15. The
number of officers authorized by the
army reorganization bill wa.j reduced
in the senate from 18.000 lo 16,993; due
to the defeat of the compulsory uni
versal military training. Two major
gr-nerals, five brigadier generals and
forty colonels wero among the .officers
.dispensed with, Chairman Wadsworth
of tlie military committee proposing
CLOSES TAMPA PLANTS
TAMPA, Fla.. April 15. Workers in
27 cigar factories hero went out on
'strike at the call of the join advisory
j board of the union, which demands
; recognition by the 'manufacturers.
Union leaders said 6,500 men were idle
(and that tho union enrollment was 95
per cent of the factory forces. No
wage demand was made.
BUTTER AD EGGS.
CHICAGO, April 15. Butter higher;
Eggs unchanged; receipts 22,140
Poultry alive lower; springs 40c;'
LONDON, April 15. Bar Silver 68d
Money 3ft per cent.
Discounl rates: Short bills 6V66Vi
Threo months' bills 6 per cent,
MINNEAPOLIS, April 15. Flour
25c higher; in carload lots, standard
flour quoted at $14.75 a barrel in 98:
pound cotton sacks. .
NEW YORK, April 15. Raw sugar
firm; centrifugal lS.93c; fine granu
LONDON, April 15. The rate of dis
count of the Bank of England vas
1 raised from 6 to 7 per cent today,
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STIRS UP ROW
Switchmen Say B. of R. T.
Members Favor Standing
Efforts of striking switchmen to
pass an alleged illegal motion at tho
mooting of Looal OS, Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen, held yestorday at
tho Eagles club, wero thwarted by of
flclals of the union, according to" an
nouncements made this morning.
Trouble arose, it is stated, when a
motion was put before the assemblage
which, it is stated, did not cany tho
true attitude of the majority of B. of
R. T. members towards tho prcosnt
switchmen's strike. A vote was called,
members allege, but beforo it could
be taken, the meeting was adjourned
by Hyrum Williams, president of the
Yardmen prepared the following
statement which was presented to the
Standard-Examiner for publication:
"B. of R. T. Lodge 6S, assembled at
their regular meeting place Wednes
day morning. April 14, with an at
tendance ol S7 members, passed a res
olution unanimously standing oslidly'
behind tho yardmen In their present '
crisis with tho exception of three
members who would not go on record
cither way. The meeting was presid-i
ed over by its regular head who, when
he saw how the vote was going 10 j
stand, toolc it upon himself to adjourn
ihe meeting arbitrarily, but did not1
succeed in doing so until the expres
sions of the men were registered. Tills
is ihe way things have been conduct
ed heretofore, until it came to such a
pass that tho men who were support
ing this brotherhood have lest all con
fidence in those in charge, and there
would have, been none' of the present
trouble if those who were paid by the
men to represent them had not gone
directly against the sentiments of
their organizations. This is in answer
to statements coming through outside
press reports. Any statements made
by. local officials of local, lodge- B. of
R. T. havo not tlie sanction of the
rank and file as is shown by this re
port of the meeting yesterady."
Explanation Made. ,
Officials of the B. of R. T., when
questioned regarding the meeting,
stated that the motion brought up at
ih'e meeting by switchmen was in di
rect opposition with the laws govern
ing the organization, and advocated a
measure which the brotherhood would
not countenanco. The adoption of a
resolution similar to the one brought:
before yesterday's meeting resulted in
the loss of a local charter to a Cali-
rornla B. of u. T. local, it was stated,
and it was with the view of keeping j
their organization from being without
a head that the officers look steps to
protect members of the organization
from losing their standing with tho
Officials of tho organization stated
that no expression of sentiments of
yesterday's meeting was recognized
because of tho fact that the senti
ments wero directly in opposition to
the rules of theo rganizatlon.
Allegations that officers of the
Brotherhood of Railway Conductors
were not carrying out their duty to
wards the men of thco rganizatlon
were denied by -yrum Williams,
president, this morning, who stat-id
that the "officers wero fighting for the
life of their organisation which the
course of action as suggested at yes
terday's meeting would absolutely de
stroy." Statement Received.
The following statement was receiv
ed bv Chief Engineer D. B. Rowlands
of Division 35, B. L. E., from W. S.
Stone, grand chief of the B. L. E. The
message was sent from Cleveland,
"The present strike that is spread
ing to all parts of the country Is not
only illegal from start .to finish but is
an effort to destroy all legitimate la
bor unions. Back of it afl Is the one
big union idea. The Brotherhood of
Railroad Trainmen and Switchmen's
Union drganizations arc bring in their
members from outlying points in an
effort to break the strike, save their
organizations and protect their con
tracts. Do everything possible to havo
our members continue at work and
carrv out the contract we have enter
ed into in good faith. Members going'
on strjke. refusing call, or refusing to
work with new crews will forfeit posi
tions and laws of organization will
be enforced. Nothing can be "gained
by present strike. Labor board has
been appointed and everything possi
ble has been done to expedite on wage
Reported Dead, Reed
is Living in Finland
WASHINGTON. April 15. John
Rccd, an American magazine writer,
reported recently to havo been exe
cuted in Finland. Is alive and well, ac
cording to an official report received
at the state department today from'
tho Finnish government. Reed Is un
der indictment at Chicago, charged
with conspiracy to advocate the over-(
throw of the government by force.
Victor Over Labor
NORTHAMPTON. Eng.. April 15.
The bye-elcctlon for member of the
house of commons held hero necessi
tated by the appointment of Charles
A. McCurdy, the holder of the scat, as
food controller, resulted In the re-election
of Mr. McCurdy, a Coalition-Liberal,
by a majority of 3,371 over Miss
Margaret Bondflcld, the labor candi
date. Toe vote was 1C.650 for Mr.
McCurdy to 13,279 for Miss 'Bondflcld;
In a similar straight contest with a
labor candidate at tho general elec
tion In December, 1913, Mr1. McCur
dy's majority was 7,275.
Anthracite coal has been an article
of commerce exactly one century.
Windows of, Pompeii show windows
of glass to have been used 1900 years
ago.o ' '
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RAILROAD COMPANY HERE ISSUES
ULTIMATUM TO YARDMEN; MUST 'GO
. BACK TOMORROW OR LOSE POSITIONS
The Ogden Union Railway fc D"p-
company Issued notice to strikers th,nt
they must ro'port for duty tomorrow
or they will be dropped from the com
pany's list of employes. The follow-'
lnfc notice was Issued:
'NOTICE Tu EMPLOYES You,
.'ire advised that employes who have I
failed, to respond to call, or havo ab-
sented themselves from tho usual I
placo of call, or havo failed or do-1
cllned to report without .call In .ic-J
ordance with prevailing practice, will j
lie piven until Friday morning'. April
1G, 1920, to roport for duty at the
usual time and place, or respond lo
call If it has heretoforo bc;n the prac
tice to call you; nnd, failing or declin
ing to do so will wilh this notice act
to sever your connection with this
company as employes.
(Signed) "H. L. BELL,
, "Approved by H. V. Piatt, Vice
President. "Tho above notice has been placed
on all bulletin boards of the company;
and this "shall serve as public no'.ico
to such of the emplpoyes as havo in
any manner left the service failed to
respond to call, or absented themselves
from their usual placo of call, or who
have fullod in any wav to bo at tlvirl
Yardmen Publicity Man Says
Arrest of Men is Great
CHICAGO, April 15. After the
roundup of strike leaders,1, the prison
ers wero taken before Commissioner
Mason at the federal- building shortly
after noon and held under $10,000
bonds for further hearing. They were
charged with conspiracy to violate the
provisions of the Lever act. '
Elmer B. Bldwcll, who was named
yesterday by Attorney General Pal
mer, acted a"s Grunau's successor, and
Fred A.4 Feltzner, wero arrested this
afternoon. They, too, wore hold in
It. S. Murphy, publicity representa
tive of tho yardmen's association, is
sued a statement from the United
States marshal's office on behalf of
tho men arrested.
"1 have violated no law," ho said.
"I claim the right of an American cit
izen to quit when I please; I never
asked anyone else to go out, and per
sonally I will never go back to my old
job at $5 a day.
"I and all tho men feel that our ar
rests was a bad move on tho part of
the government. There has been no
disorder at any of our meetings or. in
the conduct of tho strike."
District Attorney Charles F. Clyne
said plans for the raid had been In
preparation for a week. "Tho trap was
sprung at the right time," he declared.
After fixing bonds of tho men at
510,000. Commissioner Mason set
April 24 for hearing the cases.
The section of tho Lever act, under
which tho cases arc brought, provides
a penalty of not exceeding $5000, or
imprisonment for not more than two
years, or both. It covers conspiracies
to limit the facilities for transporta
tion or dealing in then ecessitles of
Wilson Feels Well
After Cabinet Meeting
WASHINGTON, April 15 President'
Wilson suffored no 111 effects from his
long session Avith tho cabinet yester
day, It Avas said today at the White
House. It Avas the first meeting of his
official family he had attended since
ho Avas taken ill last fall. White
House officials thought the president
might soon receive a half dozen or
more foreign diplomats who have been
Avaiting formal presentation of their
post of duty in accordance with tho
(Signed) "H. V. PLATT."
The general chairman of the B. of
P..T. Issued this notice:
'Notice to all members of the Broth
erhood of Railway Trainmen .'.nd
others working under its road and
yard contracts with the Oregon
Short Lino railroad and the Ogdon
Union Railway & Deport company.
"Acting under the authority ves'.od
in mo by tho grand lodge of the Broth
erhood of Railroad Trainmen, and as
the duly elected and authorized repre
sentative of tho men employed and
working under Its contracts, I hereby
notify you that I am familiar with the
above bulletin which has been placed
upon the bulletin boards of the Ore
gon Short Line railroad and Ogden
Union Railway & Depot company,
which I fully agree to and unquali
fiedly endorse. You arc further noti
fied, and must consider this an an
official notice that failure on jour
part to bo guided by the provisions of
tho above bulletin will automatically
act to cancel your membership in tho
organization of the Brotherhood of
"J. C. DAVIS.
"General Chairman B. of R. T."
Asks Japan Retract
VLADIVOSTOK. April C (By the
Associated Press ) All allied nations
are held responsible for the "tragic
results of the Japanese attack which
yesterday ousted the Russian revolu
tionary government from control here,
says a statement made public today
by M. Medvcdieff, head of tho revolu
He asks allied diplomatc to propose
to the Japanese that all Russians un
der arrest be released, that all gov
ernment buildings held by Japanese
be evacuated, that the Japanese gov
ernment .explain yesterday's attack
and offer an apology to the revolu
tionary government, that Japanese
troops cease searching buildings here
and that amis taken forcibly from
Russians be returned.
Fear Bigamist Had
25 Wives in Career
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. April 15. In
vestigation of tho career of Richard
Huirt, guarded in a hospital here on
suspicion of bigamy, continued today
with officers continuing to check the
1st of supposed Avives. Officers said
to their best belief the list now num
bered not less than tAventy-five.
DR. MOULTON COMING
TO UTAH NEXT MONTH
BOSTON, April 15. A committee of
local citizens has been formed by ll)
mayor to 'arrange a fareAvell banquet
to bp given lo the Rev. Arthur W.
Moulton, retiring rector of Grace
church. Tho committee includes those
high in church and civil circles, .and
invitations havo been extended to
many prominent officials and church
men throughout tho state. The state
armory has been secured for the ban
quet, AA'hlch will be held May 3.
Much interest is taken in the affair,
as the ReA'. Mr. Moulton is held in high
esteem, having been a resident of Law
rence for the past decade. His resig
nation as rector of Grace church will
take effect April 29. and he will leave
for Utah May 5.
INSANE SOLDIER LEAPS
FROM TRAIN, DYING
DTXON, Til., April 15. Robert 15.
Tanner, first-class private, medical
corps, U. S. A., leaped from the vesti
bule of a swiftly moving Northwestern
passenger train at Union Grove, a
small station west of Dixon, at an ear
ly hour this morning, and Is dylnsr.
Tho man is believed to have suddenly
lost his reason. Papers in his clothing
failed to disclose his home address.
LEGAL NOTICES '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 'H
In District Court. Second Judicial District 1 'fM
of Utah. Weber County. JH
In the matter of the Instate of Mary M.
Smyth, Deceased ,' -1
Notice Is hereby plcn by the under- ' .
signed executor of tho last will and tcs- HB
I tamcnt of Mary M. Smyth, deceased, to lfl
the creditors of and all persons having; IH
claims nralnst the said deceased to cx-' I
hlblt such clnlms. with tho necessary il
vouchers, within two months after tho
first-publication of this notlco to tho. said Bf
executor at the office of J. D. Murphy,
315-316 First National bank building. Op- I
den, Utah, which said office tho under-
signed selects as his place of business In' flE
all matters connected with the said cs- 'fl
tatc of Mary M Smyth, deceased. I ' Bl
AUGUSTINE V. SMYTH, Executor. 1 lH
J D. Murphv. Attorney. IH
I Date of first publication April 1. 1920. JH
i Date of last publication April 29, 1920. i
ALIAS SUMMONS. H
In the District Court of the Second Judl
icial Dlstrlct.ln and for Weber County,
Edith W. Ro!lin3. Daintiff, vs. Grovcr C.
Rollins. Defendant. IH
The State of Utah to Said Defendant: lH
You arc hereby summoned to appear fl
within twenty days after service of this
summons upon A'ou. if served within the jH
I county in whirh this action is brought: ' .iM
otherwise within thirty .days after serv- JH
I Ice. nnd defend tho above cntltlefl aclfon; sBS
and in caso of our failure so to do, JudK- uFEi
ment will bo rendered apralnst you accord- lKM
Infr to the demand of the complaint, which jllH
has been filed with tho clerk of said llHI
This action is brought to secure a Judg- I'lH
i ment disyolvlnj? the bonds of matrimony "w JHu
mow and, heretoforo existing between tho "IHE
plaintiff and defendant and awarding to I iflHl
the plaintiff the ;o!4 care, custody and H
control of the minor child of tho parlies H
C. R. IIOLMNGSWORTH. JHK
Attorney for Plaintiff. , JHB
Postoffico Address-. 51S David Ecclc3 IHB
Building. Ogdon. Utah. BH
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
ING OF LODATO MINING AND
MILLING COMPANY. 1
The annual meeting of the stockhold
crsoC the Lodato Mining and Milling com
pany. will be held In the Weber county
court house at Ogden City, Utah. In tha
court room of Department No. 1 thereof IEJ
on tho 15th day of April. 1920, at S o'clock I
Ik m.. for the purpose of electing dlrcc- 1
tors for the ensuing year, and for tho
transaction of such other business as m;t-
be brought before said meeting. The slock IH
transfer books will l closed at 5 o'clock fH
p m. of April 6th, 1920. and remain closed IH
until 10 o'clock a. m. April 16th, 1920.
FRANK LODATO, JE
22j Secretary. . fmm
PROBATE AND IK
GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES '
'Consult County Clerk or me Rcspec-
tive Signers for Further JH
Information. ' vv. 'J'B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. v
In the District Court of tho Second' v?M
Judicial District, Stato of Utah.
Within and for Weber County. W 1
In the Matter of tho Estate oi Annie K J
L. Rqwbottom, sometimes known as, ,V,
Annie" L. Christoffcrson, Deceased. MbhS
Notice to Creditors.
Creditors Avill prosent claims, with'
vouchers, to the undersigned, admin- '
istrator of the estate of Annie L. ,
Rowbottom, sometimes knoAvn ojs WM
Annie L. Christofforson, deceased, at
tho office of DeVino Slino & Gwlll- IH
lam. No. 025 David Ecclcs building, IH
Ogdon, Utah, on or before tho
first day of June, A. D., 1920.
Administrator of the abovo estate.
DEVINE, ST1NE & G WILLI am!
Attorneys for Administrator. J
Strike Pickets Are ,
Dispersed by Troops , H
KEWANEE. III., April 15. Five "
hundred Illinois reserve militiamen.
took over control of Kewanee streets
at six o'clock this morning and tlis-
persed groups of striking Avorkmen jH
loitering near 'the Walworth Manufac- HH
turing company's plant, scene of yes- IBH
terday's riot. bFO
Patrols found crowds of strikers RvB
prepared to picket "tho plant. Under ' Kyw
orders from General Dickson tho sol- KH
diers broke up the groups and turned WLmM
them back from the factory. No (
trouble Avas encountered.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES '
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