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I 6 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1926. . ;
I III WIINESHARES
H Prices in Majority of Stocks
Remain Steady On Salt
Trading- today in mining stocks on
H rh Salt Lake Stock & Mining Ex-
H chan was not quite as aotivo as it has
H been tor the past few days. The prigeB
H in the majority of the slocks remained
about steady. Prince Con. was very)
active, changing hands from 3L to 32c, j
Silver Shield weakened g trifle, open-,
Ing at -tOc and selling off to 39c,
closing with this price bid for It. Tln-
1 ; TiFhwx
' the 15.000 shares being sold at
7 Eureka Bullion brought Wi
J5.C. Sells was steady at 9 c. bilvcr
1 kfiis Con. changed hands at 51.- 0.
, North Standard was active at 37 and'
H and Zuma changed hands at 12c.
QuoUlio htrnlshcd over P rlv. ic
vv Wire or J. -v iiosic & Co., .
Ecelcs Building.) !
Mm Bid Ask
i Alia Con. -01 $
K -j Albion .. . J" 02a
! American Con J A
H Alta Tunnel. no& 01
Beaver Copper 00 V .Ji
Big Hill " 'J?
M Big Cottonwood
MM Bullion V " n7i'
, Black Metals .. JG -J t
H j Columbus. Rexall . -'r -JU
H Crown Point 0-9
Colorado Con ".'J:.1,, , ,5
M Dragon Con i s'oo
Daly West .. - - 0J" ,
East Crown Point . .0!
Bast Tin. Coal -Jr'
H East Tin. Con ;
H Eureka Mines ...... -Jo -Ob
I Eureka Lily OS .OSV
r Eureka Bullion . . .. .09 .10
H Emma Silver . . . . , J ' A
Hf, Empire Mines 04 .0.
Hj Gold Chain "'n"
MM I Grand Central 30 '".'.M
Howell 04 .OH-
Iron Blossom -
H iron King , -r
Judge Mining 4.00 o.OU
H , Kennebec JO .lo
MM Keystone f. ,
' LehlTintic - -JJJj
H May Day u- '
H Mammoth -,3U
' , Moscow ' ; " ; ".
Michigan-Utah 03js -0J
1 North Stan 0o Vis 04 :
M New Qulncy '.0V -.l
Ohio Copper --6
V Opohonso -00 !
H Naildriver i- -.S-
H ; Prince Con t " oi i, !
RicoArgentlne 0i,Ji . -03vi
P.ieo Wellington . .. :ly
' S. King Coal'' n .' 1-4 5 l.-5
Sll. King Con 1.40 . 1.45
L " Sioux Con . .03 . ."o
P i South Hccla .Sj .So J
T South Standard '"'?ln,, 'IV I
I Silver Shield .30V .-11 i
H 1 Tar Baby 3 .04
Tintlc Central .. .01- .01!c
Tintic Standard . ... 3:0U 3-0w,,
I'tah Cons. . . . 01 .OlVi
L'nion Chief .06, .0.
Wost Toledo 04 -0o
H Walker : .2.75 3.00
Woodlawn .10 .12
1 Zimia06. .". . " "ll 1 J Vj !
Zuma 30 .40
Alta Con. 1000 at lVc.
Alta Tunnel 1000 at olic.
Eureka Lily 1000 at Sc. - .';
Columbus Rexall 1000 at- 47c.
Crown Point 2000 at 3c. - ,
Howell 1000 at 41,c. ' .
New Qulncy 5000 at 5c.
Emma Silver 15,000 at 7,c.
Eureka Bullion 2900 at Oc; 500
at 9 5ic. ;
i Prince Con. 300 at 32c; 1200 at 31c;
300 at 33c.
Sells 2000 at 9 Vic.
I Silver King Con. 200 nt $1.40.
South I-lecla 100 at S5c.
I Silver Shield 200 at 4Uc;
, North Standard 2000 at 4c; 3000 at
Tintic Standard 125 at ?3.05.
Zuma 1000 at 12c.
Alta Con. 2000 at IV2C ,
Crown Point 1000 at 3c.
Mav Day 1000 at 2V4c.
j Michigan -Utah lpi at 3V4c.
Prince Con. 300 at 32c; 300 at Zl Vc.
Silver Shield 100 at 4 0V&c; ftOO aL
40c; 800 At 39Vc.
North Standard 1000 at Zc.
Tintlc Standard 200 at 53. 05.
CHICAGO. June 14.
Open High Low Close
July -31.71 1.71V1 1.70 ' 1.74
Sept. - 1.61 ?a. .LGl'i 1.61 1.64 Vi
July 1.01 V 1.03 1.0 1 1.02 VA
Sept. .S3 . .S44 .S3 S-i's
July 34.60 31.35 1.55
, Sept. .v.: 36.00 35.70 35.95
I Lard '
July 20.85 HO. S5 '0.72 20. SB
Sept. '21.70 21. SO 21.07 21.75
1 July '.. .. IS. 35 IS. 32 1S.32
Sept.'.... -19.22 19.17 l'J.22
' NEW .YORK, June 14. Mercantile
paper Ti per cent.
1 Exchange easy; sterling GO day bills
$3.89; commercial 60 day bills on
baling 53. SO; commercial GO day bills
?3.SSV2; demand $3 . 93 V; .cables S3.-
iHI ' Francs: Demand 7.61; cables 7.63.'
Belgian francs: Demand 7. 9S; ua-1
bles S.00. I
I Guilders: Demand 35175; , cables;
Lire: Demand 2.49; cables 2.50.
' 'New York exchange on Montreal
13"V4 per cent discount. I
H Government bonds steady; railroad
l Time loans strong; 60 days, 90 days
and six months SV per cent,
j Call money strong; high S per cent;
low 7 per cent; ruling rate 8 per cent;
closing bid 7 per cent; offered at S
per cent; last loan 7 per cent; bank
r acceptances 6 per cent.'
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. June 14.
c (United States Bureau of Markets.)
Cattle Receipts 15,200; beef steers
r I ryid fat she-stock steady to 25c higher;
1 top yearlings $16.30; best heavy 16.
20; bull; $12.0015.50; canncrs and
I bulls steady; calves and stockers to
I 0p lower; bulk veale'rs ? 13. 00 13.-
0; extreme top $14.50. feeders
H-, Hogs Receipts 8000; market gen
orally 25 & 35c higher; top $16.25;
bulk lights 514.5015.00; bulk heavy
H and medium 514.7515.10.
VU Sheep Receipts 4000, better grades
K steady; other grades weak to 25c
iiH 1 lower; bulk good and choice spring
iH, lambs ? 16.00 16, 25; top natives
$17 00, Texas yearlings U1.75.
Little Public Interest Shown
in Wall Stree tand Buying
I NEW YORK, June 14. The out
come of tlie Republican national com
mittee and tho improved showing of
kho local banks at the close of last
I week's business exerted no perccptl
jble influence over the stock market at
I the opening of today's session. The
I undertone was steady although a few
leaders soon became reactionary. Ship
pings, textiles and rails featured the
firmer issues. Atlantic-Gulf. Amer
ican Woolen and Northern Pacific av
eraging one point gains with United
States Steel preferred. Mexican Pe
jtroleum, Republic Iron and Studeba
ker fell back about as much. Changes
among other prominent stocks were
confined to fractions.
Taking advantage of the indiffer
ence manifested by traders to recent
political and financial developments,
t lvte bears renewed their selling tactics
within the first hour. Prominent
'steels, equipments, oils, motors and
I tobaccos wore forced 1 to 3 points un
der last week's final prices and Invest -.merit
rails, including Canadian Pacific.
I Southern Pacific and Reading fell 1
lo 1V. Another drive against the
shorts' in Crucible Steel affected a
temporary reversal, leaders rallying
moderately. The market showed lit
tle recuperative power, however, and
public interest was negligible. Call
money opened at S per cent and, Lib
erty bonds and Victory notes wero ir
regular. Prices experienced further Impair
ment during the dull noon hour pres
sure centering lo a greater extent in
equipments and oils. Baldwin Loco
motive showed an extreme decline of
3 points and Mexican Petroleum lost
1 four. High grade rails also recorded
CHICAGO GRAIN. i
CHICAGO, Jvinc 14. Although the)
corn market displayed weakness atj
the opening today, prices soon ad
vanced. Rains and larger receipts
counted at first In favor of the bears,
but the moisture was not deemed suf
ficiently general to be an important
factor. Besides, the increase of arriv
als here did not amount lo as much
as had been predicted. Opening quo
tations, which varied from unchanged
figures to c lower, with July $1.71
to 1.71 and September SI. 61 to
1.C2, wore followed by a moderate
general decline and then by a rise all
around to well above Saturday's fin
Oats fluctuated with corn. After
opening unchanged 10 Vic lower, in
cluding July at 1.01V to 1 .01. tho
market ragged a little further and
then scored a decided gain.
Provisions were dull but steady.
Higher hog values acted as a sustain
OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Cattle Receipts 84; choice heavy
steel's 5 10 10. 75; gqod steers $9
10; fair steers $7 . 50 (q S . 50 ; choice
feeder steers $7 $..50; choice cows
and heifers $S.50'9.50: fair to'
good cows and heifers ?7t"S; cutters
S4.506; canncrs $34; choicei
feeder cows ?5. 50 6.50; fat bulls $5"
(.$5.25, bologna bulls $4 5; veal
caives 510& 12.
Hog3 Receipts 100; choice fat)
hogs, 175 to 250 lbs., $13. 65(5 14 .40;
bulk of sales $13 . 90 ; 14 . 15; feeders
Sneep Receipts 1000; choice lambs'
$15 55'1G; wethers $10&U2; fat ewes.
$Sglo; feeder lambs $ 12 . 50 gH,
Arrivals Noble Sheep Co.. Golden, j
Col., S carloads sheep; Abe Grant, Mil-:
ton. Cal., 1 carload cattle; Big Four,
Commission company. Modena, Utah,,
2 carloads cattle; A. S. Ferrin, Idaho
Falls, Idaho, 2 loads mules.
CHICAGO, June 14. (United Slates'
Bureau of Markets) Cattle Receipts1
j 15.000; beef steers slow to lower; 1
common and medium weakening
most; best heavy held at $17.00: bulk
j $ 1.6 . 50 i&-16 . So; canners and bulk fat
she-stock steady; others slow 10 25c
! lower; bulls and calves steady; slock
(ers and feeders 25c lower,
j Hogs Receipts 37,000; market
I mostly 25c higher; lop $15,55; bulk
'light and light butchers $ 15 . 23 ifr 1 5 . -!oU;
bulk 250 pounds and over $14.35
I 1 5 . 2 5 ; pigs 25 to 50c higher.
I Sheep Receipts 12,000; mostly di
jrect to packers: spring lambs steady
I to higher: others steady: Idaho spring
i lambs $18.50; bulk native spring
$17.50; choice ewes $S.25g s 50.
NEW YORK, Ju.-c 14. Copper
dull; electrolytic spot, June and July
19c; August 19Jic.
Iron steady; No. 1 northern $49.00;
(No. 2-$4Si00; No. 2 southern $13100
j 4 4 .00.
I 1 Tin easier; spot, June and .Tulv
Antimony 3 ..2 5e.
, Lsud steady; spot and June offered
1 Zinc steady; East St. Louis delivery
jspot 7.5015)7.650 asked.
At London: Spot copper SS 2s Gd;
'electrolytic' 105;. tin 246;'lead 35
j 10s; zinc 41 15s.
CASH PRICES. ,
CHICAGO. June 14. Wheat -No. 3
hard $2. S3": No. 3 northern spring
Corn No. 2 mixed $1 . 82 V2 5 1 . S3 V4 ;
No. 2 yellow $1. Sl I '. S4V.
. Oats No. 2 white $ 1 . 1 4 V2 1 1G V2 :
No. 3 yellow $ 1 . 1 2 g 1 . 14.
Rye No. 2 not quoted.
Barley $1 . 54 1 . 60 .
! Timothy seed $10.0012:00.
Clover seed $25 . 00 J35 . 00. :
Ribs X17.501S.50. .
. OMAHA. Nob., June 14. (United j
IStatcs Bureau of Markets.) Hogs
j Receipts 11.500; market slow, mostly
10(5' 16c highor; practical top $14.00";i
piece of- load $15.00; bulk $14.00
Cattle Receipts 6000; beef stecrsl
and butcher stock uneven, slow to 50c j
lower; best heavy 3lcers $16.10; veal
steady; 6tockers and feeders mostly
25 J7i 50c lower.
I Sheep Receipts 9000; few sales on
early market lambs held higher; sheep
and feeders steady.
CHICAGO, June 14. Potatoes
weak; receipts 100 cars; Carolina cob
blers $12". 5 0(313. 00 per barrel; Flor
ida Spalding Rose . $1 C , 00(12 . 50;
Alabama and Louisiana triumphs $8.-'
50(9.00. No old potatoes. j
BUTTER AND EGGS.
CHICAGO. June 14. Butter lower;
creamery 42 54c.
Eggs higher; receipts 24,163 cases;
firsts 3S39Vc; ordinary firsts 35
36e; at mark, cases Included, 363Se;
storage packed extras 4243c; stor
age packed firsts 41 42c.
Poultry alive unchanged; fowls 30c.
N'EW YORK SILVER.
NEW YORK, June 14. Bar silver
85c per ounce.
Mexican dollars 62c.
TO HAVE COOLIDGE .
AS RUNNING MATE
WASHINGTON, June 14
Senator Harding sent replies to
day to a number of the telegrams
of congratulation. This message
went to Governor Coolldge:
'"Thank jou for your message.
Your selection for the vice-presidency
has strengthened our tic
ket by adding a truly great and
trusted American. 1 am honored
by the association."
Another telegram congratulat
ing Senator Harding upon his sue-
cess was signed Warren G. Hard
ing, 1919 Harrison avenue. New
York. H was .aid the signer was '
not related to the nominee.
Callers at Senator Harding's of
fice today included former Sena
tor Sutherland, of Utah, and Sen
ator Fall, Republican. New Mexl
'Flag Day Will Be
! Observed at S. I. S.
Annual Flag Day exercises are lo be
held this afternoon at 6 o'clock at tho!
Utah State Industrial school. Govcr-1
nor Bamberger and other state offi-j
cers are to attend. The dedteation of
the boys' f-ottagc was scheduled to
take place at 2 o'clock today.
Members of the eighth grade gradu
ating class, will be awarded diplomas
by State Superintendent G. N. Child.
DIV0RQE GIVEN 0GDEN
WOMAN FOR DESERTION
Mrs. Vera Ross, neo Vera Petorson,
was granted a decree of divorce "this
morning by Judge A. E. Pratt In the
district court. Desertion was chargeu
against her husband in the complaint.
Judge Pratt ordered the matrimonial
bonds dissolved and restored the wo
man's maiden name.
U. S. TAXES DUE TUESDAY
WILL YIELD $750,000,000
WASHINGTON. June 14. Second
Installments of Income and excess
profits' taxes for 1919. due tomorrow
I will yield the government $750,000,
000 it was estimated today by tho
bureau of internal revenue.
Collections of Income and excess
profits' taxes during March aggregated
Martin Rack. District Engineer J.l
P. Martin, of the forest servlceof flees
in this ciiy, returned today from tho
Clear Creek-Stanley road project. He j
reports that work on this road is pro
gressing, a crew of 40 men and eight
teams now being employed In the
NEW YORK STOCK LIST. !
(Last Sale) j
American Beet Sugar 91 r I
American Can 39!
American Car & Foundry 140 I
American Hide & Lealhor pfd.. . 88 V2JB I
Amur. Inter. Corp. Ex. Div '. 84 j
American Locomotive 96
American Smelting & Refg. .... 60;
American Sugar 122B I
American Sumatra Tobacco .... S7
American T. & T 94"&
American Tob, Sec: 56 Vs ,
American Woolen 99Js!
Anaconda Copper 5GV4 1
Atchison ,'. 79V4 1
Atl., Gulf &.W. Indies lGlVu I
Laldwln Locomotive .". 1 16
Baltimore & Ohio .. . : ; 30 74.
Bethlehem Steel "B" 91 '
Canadian Pacific H2Vb
Central Leather : . . 66!
Chandler Motors .. ; lOOi I
Chesapeake & Ohio 51
Chicago, R. I. & Pac. ........,. 31 j
Chicago, R. 1. fc Pac. 35 V
Chino copper Ex. Div .30. !
Colorado Fuel & Ii'on-. . 34
Corn Products f'....,. 92
i Crucible Steel 151 Vi
Cuba Cane Sugar 51 .
1 Erie .'..v. 11
General Electric .. :. . . . 141
General Motors 24;
.Goodrich Co. . ..'..'..' 65 j
Great Northern pfd 66
jGreat Northern Ure Ctfs.. 35V
Illinois Central .. 81 I
inspiration Copper 52Vfc
I hit. Mer. Marine pfd S8
International Paper .. . . 74Vfe
Kennecott Copper . 27Vv !
: Louisville !: Nashville 97 ;
Maxwell -Motors 22B :
I Mexican Petroleum 17GVm
Miami Copper 2QV21
, Middle Stales Oil .- 29 V4
Mid vale Steel ' 4 3
'Missouri Pacific 26
: New York Central .. 62
' N. i'., N. 11. & Hartford 2SV2
! Norfolk & Western 5SV
I Northern Pacific 6D
Ohio Cities Gas 39
Oklahoma Prod. & Ref 4
Pan American Petroleum,.. ....101
j Pennsylvania .. .' 38Vf:
; People's" Gas . . . 37
JPittsburg and West Va 27;
Rav Consolidated Copper Ex Div 16
(Reading ' ,-. . : 83
I Rep. Iron & Steel 91
.Royal Dutch, N. Y. 116
'Shell Trans. & Trad 76
(Sinclair Con. Oil 31
Southern Pacific . . . . 91
Southern Railway 22
Standard Oil of N. J. pfd. : 100
'Studebakcr Corporation 6S
'Tennessee Copper , 9
Texas Co 4 7
(Texas &. Pacific . ."X. . . vj . . . 39
iTobacco Products . - . .' 6S
'.Transcontinental Oil - 14 Vi
1 Union Pacific ,.Y. 112
iU. S. Food Products . . A 64
U. S. Retail Stores . . . . , 79
! U. S. Ind. Alcohol ;Y 88
I United Stales Rubber .. ." 94
I United States Steel 92
Wcstinghouse Electric 49
Willy's Overland , 19
American Zinc, Lead and Sm.... 14
Butte and Superior 22
Cala. Petroloum 29
Jlontana Power Ex Div ..5SB
Shattuck Arizona 9JAB
LIBERTY BONDS. '
NEW YORK, June 14. Final prices
3s 91.90; first 4s 84 .00; second 4s
S4.S0; first 4s 85.70; second 4 Vis
85.02; third 4s 88.74; fourth 4s
85.44; Victory 3s 95.96; Victory
LONDON KATES. !
LONDON. June 14.' Bar silver
44 d per ounce. ' I
Money 4 per cent.
Discount rates: Short bills 6 7-16
6 per cent; three months bills
C6 11-16 per cent.
NT5W YORK SUGAR,
NEW YORK, June 14. Raw sugar
steady; centrifugal 20.06c; refined
steady; fine granulated 22.00
24.00c; two refiners who had been
quoting 26.50c withdrew their prices.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 14. Flour
CHICAGO, June 14 The Re
publican campaign for the elec
tion ot Senator Warren G. Hard
ing lo the presidency was launch
ed today at national committee
While Chairman Will H. Hays
conferred with Captain Victor
Helntz, regional director, and
other leaders, the committee
moved from the Coliseum back
to its campaign headquarters in
a . downtown hotel and cleared
desks of convention mailers in
preparation for the coming drive.
The first lot of 5,000,000 lith
ographs of the candidates will
be ready for distribution this
week, Chairman Hays announce
ed. The paper was purchnsed
and cut several months ago and
pictures and autographs of all
the candidates obtained. By a
strange coincidence the printer
who won the contract chose
Senator Harding's picture to dem
onstrate his work.
IN U. S. COLLEGES
WASHINGTON, June 14. An
nual inspection of leading col
leges and schools of the coun
I try which conduct reserve of
ficer training units, show that
the grade of military instruc
tion is "decidedly more thor
ough and of higher quality than
over before in the history of our
country," said an announcement
today by the war department.
The twenty colleges listed In
tho "distinguished" class for
general excellence of military
Agricultural and Mechanical
College of Texas; Oregon Agri
cultural College and University
of California. '
Joe Sfecher May
Appear in Ogdeo
Joe Stecher, world's champion
heavwelght wrestling champion, may
appear in Ogden next fall, If present
plans mature, according to word re
ceived hero today. St'echer's manager,
Anton Stecher. is arranging a tour of
the west for tho champion, and Og
den will be included If suitable oppo
nents for the title holder can be
Stecher won the title from Cad dock
last January, and since that time has
been going great guirs. He Is In class
of the heavies, and one of the greatest
champions the game has ever had. A
match with either Ed. "Strangler"
Leu Is. or Earl Caddock. for the cham
pionship may be arranged, but if plans
fall there, Stecher will meet other
Red Cross Worker to
Take College Course
Mrs. Ada Grlswold, secretary of the
home service bureau of the Red Cross,
will depart for New York June 2S to
take a post-graduate course in Red
Cross work at Columbia unversity.
She will be gone for two months and
during this time will not only complete
a study of social service work at Co
lumbia, but will visit Boston, Washing
ton, Philadelphia and Chicago in the
interest of the work.
During the time she is on her trip,
Miss Almina Bagley will be In charge
of the home service offices.
Revenue Office to
Remain Open Late
That the internal revenue offices in j
this city will stay open late tomorrow j
night to accommodate persons seeking
to pay their second installment on
their income tax without becoming de
linquent, is the statement made today
by R. H. Argubrighl, deputy internal
Hundreds have visited the office to
pay this second installment during the
past week, it is slated. Indications are
that there will be considerable rush to
morrow at the offices.
Rockefeller and Party
Due in Ogden Tuesday
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and party,
will arrive in Ogden tomorrow morn
ing aL 8 o'clock from the East. The
party will be in Ogden six hours be
fore departing for the West. It is
expected that a trip lo the canyon will
be one of the features of their visit
to this city. They originally had
planned to spend seventeen hours in
Ogden. but these plans were changed
Claim Adjuster Is
Feeling Quite Pert
Claim Adjuster M. R. Clark of the
Union Pacific system was all smiles
today. There is a reason. It Is the
arrival of a baby boy at the Dee hos
pital. The babe weighed S and 3-4
EN ROUTE TO CAPITAL
Paul G. Redding, district forester
of California, arrived in Ogden this
afternoon on Southern Pacific train
No. 2, en route to Washington, D. C,
to attend to official business in the
Interest of the service.
Ho was met at the depot by a com
mittee from the local forest service,
made by the R. B. Adams, C. D. Simp
son and J. E. Scott.
li lisp NET
Wife Feels Strain of Melodra
matic Incidents in
EAST HAMPTON N. Y., June 11.
Mrs. Enrico Caruso admitted today in
a cable message to her husband that
she is beginning to fcol the strain of
the melodramatic incidents which re
cently have been crowded into her life.
First, the $500,000 jewel robbery
here; then veiled threats of kidnap
ping her daughter; third, oxplosion of
a bomb yesterday in the National thea
tre in Havana where her husband was
giving a farewell performance these
have served to draw even tighter the
taut nerves of the tenor's wife.
Npt until this morning did Mrs.
Caruso learn or the. explosion. Motor
ing to the telegraph station, Mrs. Caru
so waited for the office to open. Then
she found waiting her this message:
"Dearest: You have no doubt read
of bomb in newspapers. T was in dress
ing room and unhurt. Don't worrv.
Mush relieved Mrs. Caruso sent her
husband this reply;
"Thank God you arc safe, my Rlci.
Never so worried in my life. Feci years
older. All well. Praying for your re
turn, my darling. Embraces. "
Theft of high proof whiskies, rare
wines and brandies from the Caruso
cellar also was reported today. Mys
tery shrouds the robbery, but it is
understood to have occurred recently
OF SLEUTHS BUSY
NEW YORK. June 14. The
theory of suicide was virtually
abandoned by the police tonight
In the mysterious death of Joseph
B. Elwell, wealthy turfman and
noted whist authority, who was
found in his home last Frlcay
with a bullet wound In his head.
Insistence of many of the sports
man's friends that jealousy may
have played an important part
in the supposed murder, stirred
the dotectlves on the case to re
new activity In tracing his women
acquaintances, and men with
whom he played bridge for high
Several additional persons who
knew tho whist expert were ques
tioned today, among them Coun
tess S. de Szinawska and her sis
ter. Mrs. L. Hardy.
According to Assistant District
Attorney Joyce, the sisters, who
were born In Poland, met the
turfman in Carlsbad, Bohemia,
early in tho war.
Lagoon,. June 16th
Dlhna ye hear tho slogan?
The Campbells are comin'. Hurrah!
Hurrah! Meet them at Lagoon and
have the time of your life. A cay
brimming full of fun assured. Official
train at 1:30 p. ni. Auspices Heather
Bell club. Ever body welcome.
Real Estate Transfers
M. P. Ipsen and wife to Thomas M.
Phipps, part of northwest quarter, sec
tion 21, township 6 north, - range 1
west; consideration $4000.
Joseph L. Carlson to Benjamin Bit
ton and wife, part of northwest quar
ter, section 20, township 6 north, range
2 west; consideration $2100.
Franklin to Observe
Idaho Day Tomorrow
FRANKLIN Ida.. June 14. Frank
lin will entertain thousands of lda
hoans tomorrow with what is expected
lo be one of the greatest sport cards
ever held in the state. The celebra
tion is being held on "Idaho" day and
from present indications a record
crowd Will be on hand.
Two baseball games, aeroplane
races between two Idaho flyers, horse
races, foot races and othqr features
will add to the pleasures of the enter
DEATH OF TR0TZKY
IS NOT CONFIRMED
LONDON, June 14. Nothing has
been received In London from any
source confirmatory of the report
from Tokio that tho Bolshevik gov
ernment has been overthrown by a
revolution and Leon Trotzky killed.
The Bolshevik military commu
niques, by wireless have been received
daily- The latest, dated June 12, was
received today and announces that the
Bolshevlkl have occupied Kiev.
PARIS. Juno 14. Persistent repurts
have been current of a counter-revolution
in Russia, but French official
circles have no news on tho subject.
Attention Is called, however, to the
fact that since Friday messages from
Moscow picked up by French wireless
stations have been unintelligible.
ANARCHIST PLOT ON
SOVIETS IS FAILURE
LONDON, June 14. An "anarchist
conspiracy" against the soviet gov
ernment is reported in Moscow, says
an Exchango Telegraph dispatch from
Berlin, dated Sunday. The plan was to
murder Premier Loninc and M. Buch
arin, president of tho third Interna
tionale, during tho May Day celebra
tion. When this plan failed, the date
of the murders was set for June 21,
according to tho Berlin account.
Under the second plan, It is declared
Finance Commissary Krostlnsky and
others of the Bolshevik commissaries
also were to bo killed.
Two members of the staff of the
leading anarchist newspaper, Golos
Truda. Janitzka Fprsbach, together
with General Yeogoroff, former com
mander of tho groon army at Kurck
have been arrested, the message states.
DEMPSEY TRIED TO
ENLIST IN NAVY,
SAN FRANCISCO, J'uno 14.
William Harrison (Jack) Dempsey
world's hcavj'welght champion,
made strenuous efforts to enlist In
the navy, according to tho tcs::
mony today at Dernpsey's trial m
the United States district court on
a charge of draft evasion. Lieu
tenant John F. Kennedy, of the
battleship Mississippi, testified
Dempsey had asked him to secure
his release from his exemption so
that he might enlist.
Dempsey, according to Kennedy,
often remarked he "did not feel
right to see the men in uniform
about him and as long as his fam
ily was well taken care of he did
not care what happened to him."
The remarks were made at the
Great Lakes naval training sla
- lion where DenipBey was boxing as
a civilian. Kennedy testified
Dempsey in September, 1918,
asked him to have his exemption
released and later Dempsey tele
phoned twice from New Jersey to
see if the release had been ob
tained. The i-elease, Kennedy
testified, "came through" and
Dempsey had started for Philadel
phia to enlist but tho enlistment
was stopped by the order of the
secretary of the navy. Boforc
further action ould be taken the
BACKER OF WOOD
SENDS TO HARDING
IS GOOD WISHES
WASHINGTON, June li.
Senator Harding today received
the following telegram from Col
onel William Cooper Proctor, of
Cincinnati, one of the promoters
of the Wood campaign:
"Sorry I missed seeing you here
that I might congratulate you m
person on victory that crowded
your plucky fight."
A correspondent of a French
newspaper sought to present to
Senator Harding a series of ques
tions, but the senator declined to
consider them. However, he did
say to the correspondent:
"If f become the chief execu
tive of this nation 1 can assure
you that I will foster the spirit or
friendship with France."
CHICAGO IN WEEK
CHICAGO, June 14. Three na
tional political conventions w ill be
held in Chicago the week of July
10. The Single Tax party through
Robert C. MacAnley, of Pennsyl
vania, today issued a call for lis
The committee of forty-eight
and National Labor party have
already Issued their calls.
Stirs Up Pensacola
PENSACOLA, Fla.. June 13. Fol
lowing the announcement today of
state laboratory experts that the death
of George Gardlna here Friday was
undoubtedly due to bubonic plague,
steps were inaugurated by the city au
thorities for an Immediate clean up
campaign in an effort to prevent a
spread of the disease. A special meet
ing of the city commission will be held
tomorrow morning to discuss the situ
ation. The Gardlna case is the only
one thus far reported.
Public- health officials already havo
started a survey of the city to localize
what might be regarded as a danger
ous area. They have determined upon
a thorough extermination of rats and
will take spoeial precautions to see
that no ships tie up along the dock3
.without proper rat guards.
Commerce from this port will not be
interfered with. It was stated, but all
vessels and all freight cars leaving
here will be fumigated and all ports
will be requested to enforce fumiga
tion regulations on all ships that ar
rive from Pensacola.
Officials here expressed confidence
the plague would not attain alarming
proportions. Death to br Confirmed
WASHINGTON June 13. Officials
of the public health service said to
night that it was not definitely estab
lished that a case of bubonic plague
had developed at Pensacola.
The death of Gardina was reported ;
Saturday to the public health service
and surgeons had been sent- to inves- ;
tigatc, it was said. Pathological sped- '
mens will be brought here tomorrow
for examination, 1
LARRAZ0L0 WILL HEAR
MOTHER'S PLEA FOR SON
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M Juno 14..
New Mexico supremo court today fixed
July 9 as the date for the execution
of Elbert W. Blancett, for tho murder
of Clyde M. Armour, of Sioux City,
la. Governor Larrazolo later an
nounced he would hear pleas for clem
ency for Blancett next week. Blan
cett's mother Is coming here from
Friday Harbor, Wash., to sec tho governor.
THE" MOTQBMAN WHO SfOPS
AT THE CROSSING '
May Expect Government Like
McKinley Gave, One
MONTREAL, June 1 4. Canadian
papers today devoted considerable ' H
space to comment on the nomination' IHH
of Senator Warren G. Harding for , ll
president of the United States and in H
general this comment favored his can- IH
"Mr. Harding has a good reputation.
is not an extremist, has shown business llH
enterprise and Is thought to have jH
qualities that will commend him to the Ml
voters." said the Montreal Gazette. . IH
The Toronto Mail and Emplro (con-
servatlvc) said: lH
"Senator Harding has been chosen H
for no other reason than that those IH
responsible for his choice believe he IP
will win because the party will unite
behind him. Under Harding the peo- H
pic of the United States may expect IH
tho sort of government thoy received IB
under McKinley and which they have IH
not received since." j
The Toronto Globe (Llboral) rec- i
ognlzes Harding as "a second choice" IHf 1
and says: L
"Public sentiment was echoed in I
the cheers for Hoover from tho gal- I
'W nut 'the old guard Is always I
proof against popular impulses. PIoo- I
ver is not of the professional typo I
of politician and 'tho old guard pre-. If
fers a man who Is 'safe' from its own li
point of view. Harding has no black li
marks on his record and he Illustrates fl
in His own career as a self-made man ' 9 fl
tho qualities which appeal to tho bulk M
of his countrymen." , .1
MAY STOP EXPORT ' 1
OF SUGAR TO AID K I
HOME CONSUMERS 1
WASHINGTON. June 14 An II
embargo on tho export of sugar II
is included in the plans of the 11
department of justice for rcllcv- II
ing the -nation-wide sugar short- Jl
age, A. W. Riley, special assistant fl
to the attorney-general, today H
announced. , ' ' t H
Sugar exports during 1920 at-' H
ready have exceeded exports for , H
the whole of last year, Mr. Riley . i
said. ' ;
CENSUS REPORT - I
WASHINGTON. June 14. San- '1
dusky. O.. U2.S97, Increase 2.90S, or L 1
14.5 per cent.
Fort Scott, Kan., 10,693, increase I
230, or 2.0 per cent, . " il
Cumberland, Md.. 29.S37, increase
7,998, or 3C.C per cent, - ,
Hoboken, N. J SS:1GG, decrease '12,V V
15S. or 3.1 per cent. ... JL
Revere, Mass.. 2S.S23, increase 10,- S
601, or 5S.2 per cent. , , p.
Granite City, III., 14,757, increase .
4.S54, or 49.0 per cent. ?4
Moundville, W. Va.. 10,669, increase 1 Mi
1,751, or 19.6 per cent. m
'LAND HUNGER' SEIZES jfi
PEOPLE OF WEST IRELAND j
(Special Correspondent.-) J
DUBLIN Out of the accumulating i l
ills of Ireland a new disorder has 'i I
developed. Land fever, or land hunger, i
has broke out in a form that closely H
resembles Bolshevism, and the 'worst 1
aspects of agrarian trouble arc going
hand in hand with revolutionary
The West of Ireland the region of
landless men and manlcss lands,
where successive generations have
been raised for export to America
has struck against migration and de
cided to keep its young at home and JL
plant them on the land. j4l
In those great tracts of the west 'SI
and middle west where for many years mB
fat bullocks and sheep havo replaced V
the lean men and women of tho old U
agrarian daj of the Land league and
the plan of campaign, revolutionary '
youth has decided to replace the beasts "m
with men and women. The cattle arei H
being driven off by organized bands of mM
men acting in the name of the Irish ,
Republic and the lands are being seiz- I HH
cd and parcelled out among the land- ' II
The movement has attained pro- If
portions that have no parallel in the H
agrarian history of Ireland, and the HI
intimidatory process by which it is HI
carried on are of a character that I
I nav? aroused the gravest alarm" SI
among the thoughtful people of the HI
FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD 1 1
MUST BE UPHELD 1
NEW YORK. June 14. The sup- 1
port of the. federal reserve board is H
vital to the development of bankers' M
acceptances and without it the system-
would bo Imperiled, according 'to a fl
statement issued by the American Ac.
ceptance council. S
This conclusion was reached by th5 I
executive committee, of which "Paui H
M. Warburg is chairman. In answer jfl
to a questionnaire sent out by th$ B
board, seeking information on' ali H
phases of the use and operation of ac- ' H
cptanccs Including rates, market HhH
conditions and methods of handling IMMMm
NAME NORMAN H. DAVIS & C
AS SUCCESSOR TO POLK
WASHINGTON. Juno 14. Norman
H. Davis, of Tennessee, was appointed'- IH
today by President Wilson to be under- MMMm
secretary of state. He will assume his ; IH
duties tomorrow, succeeding Frank Li" IH
Polk, who had resigned because of tha H
state of his health. 1 ine, fl
Mr. Davis resigned last week as as
sis ant secretary of the treasury m
order to accept tho state department
Paris l)Ca delcffatfon at
'Many School Children are Sickly Lm
I Mothers ,rho iuo their own comfort and Ihi kiH
ire fere of their children, ahou never be fri b! i
tlon, Teethlqe Disorders, Hetchti in''Pl" mMWtM
Trouble. ,lW br mother. ff5 J "d felonch 'BSi
THESE VOVmElTil'nB. fiH&l
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