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Hr 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920. ,
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I British Labor Delegation Re
II ports No Terror in Russia.
" Except -Starvation,
j LUNDOX, .Tunq 10. Fifty per cent'
! nf the people o soviet Russia are hun-
xvy, although everybody Id gottlng a
f ertaln allowance of food, declared
f Benjamin Turner, membor of the Brlt
i lah labbr delegation to Ruflsin, In do
( .Scribing today conditions In that coun
j try as he had observed them.
Mr. Turner, vlth another delegate,
thomas Shaw, member of the houae
f it c6mmons( returned to England yes
terday. "There is no I error In Itussia, excopt
hungor, and that Is a very real terror j
m the cities," paid Mr. Turner.
There had been a rod terror, no-'
wording to the British labor man, and
official figures showed that 8,500 per-i
'fcons had been shot, mostly, he was
informed, for acta of treachery behind
the linos during the Donlklnc and
Kolchak campaigns. Eolshevlk load
; ( ers told ivlr. Turner that force would
j Ijo used as long as thero was a posai-
blllty of a counter revolution and
-while the war with Poland lasted.
ft Thoy said they wore surrounded by
1 ; s'plcs and supporters of tho old regime.
I Mr. Turner declared he disagreed
I with some principles of Bolshevism,
I but thought the system well arranged.
I The majority of the puoplo of Mos
I " cow and Petrograd, ho said, support
I the Bolshevik government. Tho rural
I population Is not opposing tho authon
I ties, but is not fully in agreement with
I j communism.
I f Messrs. Turner and Shaw urged the
I ' British goN,nment to abolish the
I ' blockade, resume trade and make
I poaco with Russia and cease assisting
I Poland or any other enemies of Rus
I r sia
I -AGED TREASURER
OF ORDER FOUND
! ; SHORT 109,000
BOSTON, June 10. The discovery
of a shortage of $109,000 in The ac
counts of John P. Sanborn of Newport,
Tl. I., as supreme trciisurei of the New
England Order of Protection, was an
nounced today. Mr. Sanborn Is In a
state of collapse, according lo Judge
Scott, and George Howe, supreme vice
'f warden, lias been appointed to suc
Judge Scott said thai the shortage
uncovered to date extended back 12
years. Treasurer Sanborn, who Is 70
years or ngc Una held the office S
I Much of the loss, It is said, has been
traced to speculation in stocks.
, y Tho stability of the order, which is
i fraternal insurance organization
' ' . with approximately -8,000 inonrcjrrs
' in New England, Is not affected, It Is
i claimed. Losses are expected to ba
, i covered by a bond of 5100,000.
, Sanborn had been president of the
j Rhode Island senate .and had been
I .speaker of its house of represents-I
II WOMAN ACCUSED
J OF STEALING AT
. A POKER GAME
NEW YORK, June 10. Fashionably !
gowned women thronged the west yldc!
1 court today while young Mrs. J. C. t
Gleason, who said she was the wife1
of a former Chicago banker, pleaded !
not guilty to cliargos of stealing a:
$1,800 diamond bar pin curing a
woman's poker game one night last
month at tho home of Mrs. Chester M.
.Mrs. Gleason was held Jor trial In!
ii ,000, and as she was being taken to'
a cell she handed her countel a wrist'
watch set with thirty diamonds to
cover bond, saying:
'Take this; It is all I have left."
Charles P. Leonard, appraiser lor a:.
i J surety company, who testified to re
J covering at Atlantic City the missing J
, bar pin from Mrs. Glenrxm, who said
,i bc had found it. read the names oi'j
nearly half a score of well-to-do worn-1
j en he said were at the poker game. i
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I ATLANTA NEGRO MADE
ill COLISEUM, CHICAGO. June L0. '
1 ' 'Jihe solection of Henry Lincoln John-!
?on. an Atlanta negro, as a member
o.C. the Republican national committee
! from Georgia., was confirmed todnv bv
a. Vote of the Georgia delegation, taken
on the floor of the convention. He'
. S'ot 12 votes, with 3 as against for hi3;
opponent. Iioscoe Pickett, a white
i(Tho vte was twelve for Henry Un-,
coin Johnson to three against him.1
Senator Lodge declared Johnaon elect-:
(I I d and put it up to the convention to I
! 1 signify its approval. There wn3 a loud
1 chorus of ayea and a loud chorus of
I noes. Senator Lodge broke the
1 g.vel striking for order. Senator
1 1 l.qdge, howover. announced that John
II ion was declared elected.
I If .SKRBS WANT NO LUXURIES,
j m ..VIENNA, June P. Tho Austrian'
r commission sent lo Belgrade to nego-'
i'l tiate for foodstuffs and other supplies
'i has reported that the Serbs are un-i
11. ')Jjn? to accept luxuries In exchange.'
7 which are all Austria has to offer. I
; Neither will the Serbs accept Austrian
M m0nC-'- Lon I
I I M ?, LOANS TO BANKS.
M ..CHICAGO, .June 10. Ioans to
ill member banks of the sevonth reserve
It Hi JliHtrlct on Liberty bonds will be made
1 tji on, their approximate market value
II w Instead of at par, beginning tomorrow,
I wll lno fdcral reserve bank of Chicago
I ijfl notified its member banks.
U-i&ftMJ Hot water
i ; lZji Sure Relief
FIRST PICTURE OF REPUBLICAN CONVENTION I
Here?s the FIRST picture of the opening of the 1920 G- O. P. convention in the historic Coliseum in Chicago. It was , WJ
takfen especially for The Standard-Examiner and rushed with all possible speed to Ogden, This unusually tine photograph ' n
was taken after . the opening prayer and shows the vast crowds and the vast display of the red white and blue with which ; I
the inside of the Coliseum was decorated. In the center background is th immense sounding board that looks like a I
j square mouthed megaphone. It makes it possible for the strong-kinged orators to be heard in al! parts of the great halL I
JACK'S DIVORCED ;
WIFE MAY TILL j
5 CERTAIN THINGS!
SAIs' FRAXC1SCO. Cal.. June
10. United States District Judge
M. T. Dooling ruled today thar
Mrs. Maxlne DompBey might testi
fy to non-confidential relations In
, the trial of her divorced husband,
William Harrison (Jack) Demp-
sey, world's heavyweight cham
pion on a draft evasion charge.
Yesterday the court barred Mrs.
Dempsey's testimony as to her
confidential marital rolationn.
Judge Dooling announced "there
would be no general rule as to
what was non-confldentlal matter
and the questions which It gives
rise to will be settled as they
arise." Following this statement
j.he prosecution ' questioned Mrs.
Dompsey regarding her vJslfa with
her husband and alone to various
parte of the country.
Tho defense was overruled
when it objected to a question as
to what Dempsey contributed to
Mrs. Dempsey's support from July
to November. iai7, during which
period they were separated, ac- '
cording to her testimony. She
testified to have received a total
She testified she returned to
Salt Lake City at Dempsey's be
hest and they came to San Fran
cisco togethci. Hero she practicod
her calling as, a woman of the
underworld, according to her tes
timony and once Dempsey struck
her in tho jaw because she did not
bring him enough money to satis
Mrs. Dempsey said that at vari
ous times she was In the under
world, of Pasco, Spokane and 'a
' klma. Wash., and Cairo, 111. She
also mentioned having- been In
sulida. Colo., and Salt Lake City.
! EMERSON BEATS LACK A YE
IN ACTORS' ELECTION
; NEW, YORK, June 10. John lim-
erson was elected president of the Ac
; tors' Equity association by a decided
piajbrity over Wilton lckaye, accord
ing to a bulletin posted in the Equity
; headquarters here. Although tho
, count of ballots, which camo by mall
from all sections of the country, hns
not been completed, the official tellers
said indications .pointed to the election
of the entire '"regular" ticket, Includ
ing Ethel Barrymore as vice-president;
Grant Stewart as recording secretay,
and J-lichad A. Pnrdy as treasurer.
PENALIZE R0USH, WING0,
FOR THREATENING. 'UMPS7
NEW YORK. June 10. Eddie
Roush, ccnterf lelder of tho Cincinnati
Nationals, was indefinitely suspended
today by President Heydlor and
Catcher Ivy Wlngo, of tho same team,
was fined $50. Both players were
punlshod for threatening Umpire Mc
Cormlck at the Polo grounds Tuesday.
U. S. FAILS TO REPLY,
PREMIER GEORGE SAYS
LONDON, Juno 10. The United
States was consulted as to whether
It desired to be represented In the ne
gotiations at London between Allied
representatives and Gregory Grassln,
the Bolshevik minister of trade and
commerce, but mad no replv, Pre
mier Lloyd George stated today in th
house of commons.
DROPS DEAD IN OFFICE
PHILADELPHIA, Juno 10. Arthur
E. Newbold, a member of tho firm of
Droxol and company and of J. P. Mor
gan and company, dropped dead today
in his office. He had jUHt finished his
luncheon. He was 61 years old.
FINE OF $35,01
ORDER OF JUDGE '
CHARLESTON, W. Va., June
10. The Sehon-Stevenaon com
pany, a wholesal grocery concern
, of Huntington, today was fined J
$3 5,000, upon conviction of pro-
1 flteerlntr In sugar, In federal court -her.
Judge Prltchard said he
was Imposing the heaviest fine the
Lever law permitted.
PORTO RICAN SUGAR MEN
DENY CRUELTY CHARGES
SAN JUAN. Porto Rico. June 10.
An emphatlcal denial was Issued to
day by the Porto RIcan Sugar Grow
ers' association of the charges made
recently by Peter J Brady of the
i American federation of Labor before
the Lusk legislative colnmltteo In Now
York to tho effect that owners of
sugar plantations In Porto Rico wore
treating their employes unjustly as
to wages and working hours.
The sugar laborers, the association
stated, work only olght hours and earn
from $2.50 to $3 daily.
Almost all tho sugar corporations,
the association added, distributed an
nually to th.elr laborers an amount to
talling from ton to fifteen per cent
of the salary received by the employes
during the year.
WILL PROMOTE AMERICAN
TRADE IN SOUTH AFRICA
PARIS. June 10. Perry J. Steven
son of Washington, has arrived In
Paris on his wav to Johannesburg,
South Africa, to open tho first office
in that country of the department of
commerce of tho United States.
Mr. Stevenson said that trade b.e
tweon South Africa and the United
(States was increaa:ug steadily and it
'was hoped tto establish a permanent
! trade bureau ther so that relations
of the two countries might be largely
"There is a 'much more frlondly at
titude In South Africa toward Ameri
cans than in any other British col
ony," Mr. Stevenson declared.
iPOLICE CHIEFS CHOOSE
; QUIGLEY AS PRESIDENT
! DETROIT. Mich., June 10. Joseph
IM. Quigley, of Rochester, T. Y., was
ro-olectod president of the internation
al Association of Chiefs of Police at
tho closing session of that organiza
tion convention hero today. St, Louis
was chosen for ne:. year's convention,
winning from New York bv a vote of
jSB tu ?2.
Alleged Vacillating Attitude
Regarding Proposed Taxa
tion of War Wealth. Subject
' LONDON, .June .10. J. .Auston
Chamberlain, chancellor of the ex
chequer, is being attacked vigorously
in n section of the press for what it
ferms his vacillating attitude regard-1
ing the proposed Taxation of war
wealth, which the cabinot decided re-
cently was not practicable and it
was so announced hi the house of
commons by Mr. Chamberlain yes
terday. Tho chancellor emphasized the
need of precaution before embarking
upon such an experiment as a levy
upon war wealth. He mentioned the
.troubles in Japan and their reper
cussions in the United States and
England and said that for tho .first
time there were signs of a chock in
the great prosperity prevailing since
Industry had been re-established aft
er tho war.
Regarding the Anglo-French loan,
Mr. Chamberlain said Great Britain
had bought half its share of tho loan
in the United States and had suffi
cient loans in New York or in
: America to redeem the loan and
meet all other treasury obligations
in the United States to the end of
1920 and to leave a satisfactory mar
gin over. ,
TO RUN FOR SENATOR
ST. LOUIS. Mo., June- 10. Breck
onrldge Long, who yesterday resigned
as third assistant secrotary of state to
make the race for the Democratic
nomination for United States senator,
is confined to his bed In his home here
Buffering from tonsllltls', It was an
nounced today. His physician has or
dered that he see no one.
SKCRET OIL STAJVLPEDE.
ANCHORAGE. .Alaska. Alaskans,
stampeding to oil lands west of here,
are as secretive and dark In their
moves as when they rushed to the
gold fields of the north ovor twenty
' years ago. Recently a launch left
j hero with "sealed orders" carrying
sovoral Alaskans believed to bo on a
i secret mission to locate oil clafmo Tho
I destination was not made known bo
1 fore the party left here.
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Folks "Who Eat Ordinary
Corn Flakes don't know j
! how good. Corn Flakes can
be until they try
At Grocers J 5, jlHm 1
er iiiiI!1I8k1 ill
hw Boys lied; 18
I spred By Lsgtoiiig
DETROIT. Mich.. June 10. Four
boys, ranging in age from fourteen to
eighteen year.?, were killed, and seven
others wore injured, one probably
fatally, whon lightning struck a tree
under which they had taken shelter
FREIGHT LOADING AT j
GALVESTON RESUMED !
GALVESTON, Tex.. June 10. Load-1
ing of freight destined for New York j
and which has been delayed here near
ly throe months duo to a strike of I
longshoremen, was started today. Thej
steamer Gomal arrived from Port Ar
thur tonight with 200 open-shop work
ors, who will load tho .steamer which
plans to sail Saturday. The water
front situation was quiet, with state
troops on guard duty at the docks.
Poland Puis Embargo -J
. Petroienm Products ffl
I PRAGUE, Czecho-Slovakia, Juno 9. JB
Poland has placed an embargo on fM
the shipping of petroleum and bczlnc Bfl
to Czecho-Clovakia. according to the
Tribuna, In retaliation for the seizure
of 3C carloads of munitions by railway
workers while in transit from Italy to
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