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H - ' , THE OGDEN 51 ANDAJRD-EXAMINER, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1920. '
Trading on Salt Lake Ex
change .Shows Genera!
(1JThe trading today on the Sail Lake
gfpck & Mining Exchange continued
ouiet, with the general tendency still
dbWnwardf Prince Con. was the heav
iest trader and the most active stock
-of ihe day, it depreciating in value 5
cents from the opening price. This
stock oponed at 3C cents and aold off
rapidly to 311: cents on the first call
ajd on tile second call It continued
downward to 3 0 cents, closing with
this price bid for It and with 31 cents
asked. Tlntic Standard also continued
Weak, changing hands at ?2.90.
Alta Con. brought c, Beaver. Cop
rcr changed hands at lc. Iron Blos
som brought 2SVc, May Day sold at
U,c, New Qulncy changed hands at
c, Emma Silver sold at 7c, Sells
v eakencd a trifle, it changing hands
r.s low as 5Vc, andZuma brought 17c.
Quotations rurnlsbcd over private'
wire of J. A. lloglc & Co.,
. Kcclcs Building.) ' !
1,1 Alia. Con ? -.00 $ .01
'M .lbion 0G .07,l
U -American Con. ..... .02 - .02Vi
Alta Tunnel 04 .051!
H Beaver Copper 00 .01
m Big Hill .'. ' 04 .06
H 35:g Cottonwood 01
Bullion 03 .05
H Black Metals .05 .OS
Columbus Rexall . ..44 .40
H Colorado Con 04 .05
H Ventral Eureka ...... .01 .02
H Cardiff 1.35 1.40
U Dragon Con .15 .17
Daly West 4.00 5.00
H East Crown Point .. 02 .03
H JEast Tin. Coal 01 ,02
East Tin. Con .05 ' .07!
iT-.uieka Mines .04JA
Eureka Lily . , OS .01
1 Kmeka Bullion 0S .OS-74-
Emina Silver'; 1 .06 .07
Empire Minos . .". .J.'.' .04 " ' ...
;Gold Chain 0? .s
:C4rand Central .-. .35
'Howell .. .. ?.,j. .. :.05 -.06
'Iron Blossom'. -07 .30
.Iron King .22 .24 .
'Judge Mining 3.50 ' 5.00
iKennebec 10 ,20
Keystone 75 .85 "
Leonora 00 . 0"2
iLchl Tintlc .0S .08
May'Day . .02 .02
Miller Hill A . ... ... .02 .'
'Moscow .. .. -01
Michigan-Utah . .;. . .03 " .0 1
North Stan. . 0 4 .07
New Qulncy. . .' 04' .05
Opohongo .. ........... .00 .01
.Naildriver 65 .70
,1'lutus . ..... 2U .33 .
Prince Con. . ...v.... . .30 .31
Paloma 01 .
Kico Argentine ..... , . 0J .03 s
Rico Wellington , 12
Sells 05 .0G
Sil. King Coal'n . . : i . 1.35 1.40
Sil. KingCon 1.35 1.45
'Sioux Con 0S .04 ,
j South Hecla 92 1.00
'SoulhSlandard . .... . . IS
Silver Shield .30
Tar Baby . .. 03 . 04
Tintic Central 01 .01
Tintlc Standard . . . . 2.90 2. 95 .
i Utah Cons .03
Uncle Sam . .00-
Union . Chief ." .05 .07
West Toledo 04 .10
Walker . 3.05 3.07
Woodlawn .05 .10
Yankee . . . 03
i'uma 17 .17
Empire Copper . ..... .30 .50
Opening Sales. ' , '
Albion 2 50 at 6c.
Beaver Copper 2000 at lc.
Howell 3000 at 5c.
Iron Blossom 100 at 2Sc, -Lehi
Tintic 500 at 8 lie
May Day 2000 at 2c.
Now Quincy 3000 at 4c.
Emma Silver 500 at 7c; 100 at 7c
Eureka Bullion 1000 at 8c;1000
Recent government convictions of eastern merchants for profit-
eering lias alarmed thousands of guilty dealers all over the j
g country. Many items have been scarce and constantly advinc- j
HI I ing in price, making it easy for the unscrupulous dealer to f, j
HI I charge exorbitant profits for merchandise he had bought ear-
IB 1 er' a a muc ess "figure.
II Building material, paints, hardware, foods, clothing and many I
II 1 otuer necessities have been known- to sell at 200 and 300 per
Hi m cent profit. Now that there is relief through government pros-
HI m ecutons 110 one should hesitate to furnish all possible evidence
HI 1 where excessive profits are in evidence. I j
HI p Our policy of selling all items on a basis of our costs, regardless i i
h of advancing markets, makes profiteering impossible. Such i I
& methods make our stores good, safe, dependable places to trade, j
p and consequently popular.
If jj 0ur stores uavc & carload of ihe Palm Olive Company's Polar
Hi 1 White Laundry Soap. This is a new product, having been re- j
H I cently put on the market. The bars are the same sise as Crystal i i
I f I Wilite. Tests nave shovn Polar White to have unusual cleans- !
Hi I ing qualities. Try this soap next. It may be just the soap you 1
H I 1 will like best. , 8
j I 3 bars Polar White Laundry Soap 2oc i
Hi gj 10 bars Polar White Laundry Soap ... 75c
HI J 1 case Polar White Laundry Soap :6.95
H j 1 10 bars Crystal White Soap 75c '!
Hj 1 10 bars A. B. Naptha Soap 80c
H j I 10 bars Fels Naptha Soap ..''.. ". 95c 1
I i I FIVE POUNDS NEW POTATOES 50c
i "OLD MASTER" IDAHO FLOUR I
I B C.ffC Uf Mbby; I'- Vu jUSt Socn ncw flour will PPcar on the
ml 2- unloaded a full carload which war. . . .Af .it ' R
H p, shipped direct from the roaster to market Wlth ,to never failing disap.
H , us. This insures our patrons full pointments. Lay in a few sacks of H
HI strength, unusual flavor and a big old flour and avoid this trouble.
saving in pr.ee. Packed in 1,3 and 1 sack Id,,10 foup $3 25 S
H Pi 5 pounjj tins, or.d ground when you S
H . J buy it. Try just one pound. 100 Pou"ds Idaho flour ..... $6.45 h
H' It 530 nound lots Idaho .lour. . S6.'40
H W ROYAL GARDEN TEA K
Costs our customers Ices than J2c $1 GALLON PEACHES, APRICOTS f
H . . per cup. FOR 75c E
8 45c A-lb carton 39c T"'s is a wonderful saving on &
Wmi ;I- 2 -"3" cartons 75c your spring fruit. Ranchers arc lay- g
3 CANNED rILK ing t"c,TI n for harvest at one- B
3 This Item hac gone up in price, fourth saving in price. This fruit f
Wmm ' 5 ur Price w'" not change as long as "as no sugcr but is packed in its H
Hl b present stock lasts. Don't pay $7.50 own juice, giving it a natural fresh f
WmL 1 per cr-sc latcr-r-uy 1 nov. fruit flavor. Try just one can R
MWn u 2 tal1 cans mill 25c 2'25 5-P0Und 3tore Jar jelly $1.79 b
mmW 3- 12 ta" cans rn,,k $1'50 50c cnri Pl,re spricot Jam . . . 45c
11 S"1 case ta" mi!k ' 5-95 GOc rips "vcs 48c R
mmm H 1 can Ersc brancJ 30c 35c r,Pe olives 25c
HN S 35c stuffed olives 30c R
7 3 4Cc WISCONSIN CHEESE, 35c 20c stuffed olives, 2 fo- 35c
H S An all-cream cheese. Just the kind Large package potato flakes . ' 19c Iv
i 3 you ate in the olden days, before tj
W the art of making cheese with milk CHSCK FEED p
I was discovered. Only a limited amount left. At
m, 1 Full cream Wisconsin cheeso . 35c this price you can afford to feed It
H I nr- to both ,arge and smal1 chicks. i
Hl 3 BECCO 100 pounds chick feed . . $4 95
H I For the home or P'cnic- Buy u 10 pounds chick feed . 50c i
Hj' rm by the dozen and save. w
H I I 15c small Becco, cozen m $1.35 MARIGOLD NUT MARGARINE J3
M E r25c large Becco, dozen .. . ". $2.00 Save on your butter bill. n
' Jl 1 quart Armour's grape juice . 65c 40c Marigold, 2 pounds . . . . 65c I
a 1 pint Armour's grape juice . 35c Creamery butter 60c I
: W pound can malt syrup . . 65c Fresh ranch butter 55c u
ill ' M poUnd package hops .... 25cLocal ranch eggs, dozen . . 40c
H , S Our first carload of Mason jars lias arrived. These jars were I
H , I purchased last year and the price is much less than present
H " ra market. We advise that you lay them in now. People at many
H points are planning to can this season without sugar. Don't let m
H m the present high price of sugar prevent you from canning this B
H 1 $1.10 Mason pint jars, dozen 35c I
H D $1.25 Mason quart jars, dozen !.'!95c I
H 1 $1.50 Mason half gallon jars, dozen. .'. .... .i.'.j $1.19 B
H 3 35c Mason jar caps, dozen . . . .' .29c
H j H 35c Economy jar caps, dozen . . . .30o
Prince Con. 100 at 36c; 100 at 35c;
100 at .'15c; 1500 at 3-1 ic; 1500 at '34c;
1S00 at 33Vic; 1000 at 33c; 4600 at
3L'c; GOO at 32c; 1000 at 31iAc.
Sella 1000 at 6c
Tintic Standard 200 at ?2.I0:
Zuma 400 at 17c.
Alta Con. 3500 at c;GO0 at lc.
Judge Alining 60 at $( .00-
Emma Silver 1500 at 7c'.
Provo 1500 at 31c; 1300 at 31c;
Sells 2000 at 6c; 1000 at 5c.
Tintlc Standard 5 0 at'? 2. 9 5.
DENY REDUCED RATES
'FOR SMELTER PRODUCTS
WASHINGTON, June 2 9. The in
terstate commerce commission today
denied the petition of the Utah Copper
company, International Smelting com
pany, American Smeltlnp: and Rcflnln?:
company and othem for a soneral re
duction of freight rates on smelter
products from the -western mining:
states to the east. They also refused
to order the carriers to establish a
refining in transit arrangement at
Baltimore on shipments of smelter
products from the west.
The main attack of the smelters Is
directed at general order 28 of the
railroad administration, dated June 25,
101S, which is alleged to have unfairly
advanced the rate on bullion, pig and
other smelter products to a basis New
York rate, of $16,50 per ton, the prin
cipal rate assailed being those from
Anaconda and Black Eagle, Montana
anil International, Utah to Chicago
territory and east.
NEW YORK, June 29. Trading at
the outset of today's stock market in
dicated a continuance of recent ex
cessively dull and featureless sessions.
"With the exception of Consolidated
Gas which gained 1 M points on a
favorable legal decision and the fur
ther decline of 1 V2 points In Barrett,
advances and declines, the latter pre
dominating, were limited to fractions.
Heavy withdrawal of funds from
local banks today and tomorrow to
meet federal payments Is expected to
find reflection in the firmer money
In almost every essential the mar
ket followed Its monotonous course of
the previous day. Special issues wero
again subjected to pressure with mo
tors and shippings. Delaware and
1 Hudson was conspicuous among rails
1 for a further decline of almost 4
I points. The only Btocks to show even
a degree of firmness were Vanadium
Steel and Famous Players. Call money
opened at 9per cent and rates on
London were virtually unchanged.
Dealings up to 1 o'clock wero small
er than the low record of the pre
ceding session. There was an exten
sion of heaviness to the food shares,
j Nine per cent was bid for short time
loans, with few acceptances.
Cattle Receipts, 3; choice heavy
steers, $ 10.00 " 1 1.50; good steers,
S9.0010.00; fair stcrs, $7.505S.60;
choice feeder steers, $7.00 (Ji S.50;
choice cows and heifers. ?S.509.50;
fair to good cows and heifers, $7-00
5 00; cutters. $1.506.00; canners,
$3.00 g 4 00; choice feeder cows, 5.50
Ji(L50; fat bulls. ?5. 00 (1 5.25 . 'bologna
bulls, $4.00(Q5.U0; veal calves, $10.00
Hogs Receipts, 311: choice fat
hogs, 175 to 250 pounds, ? 1 4.25 ,
15.00, bulk of sales, ?14. 50 14.75;
feeders. $10.00 J 1.00.
Sheep Receipts. C23; choice lambs,
$12.0013.00; wethers, $9.0010.00;
fat ewes. $7.00 7.50; feeder lambs,
Nick Arvajs, Mound, carload of
goat3; Oscar Miller, Elko, New. car
load of horses; Summit Farm Bureau,
Coalville, carload of sheep; Hunsucker
Commission Co., Omaha, Neb., two
carloads of hogs; Ogden Packing Co.,
Omaha, Neb., two carloads of hogs.
CHICAGO. June 29. Cattle Re
ceipts. 14,000; beef steers slow, un
i evenly lower, Quality unusually good;
veal calves, steady; heavy calves, low
er: stocker3, steady.
Hogs Receipts, 31,000; unevenly
strong to 20 cents higher; better
I grades, light and medium, advancing
most; heavies slow; top, $16.50.
Sheep Receipts. 12,000; lambs,
steady to weak; sheep, 25 cents low
Ur. choice lambs, $17.00; bulk. $16.00
6 17.00, very good Oregon wethers,
3 0.00; native ewes, $7.00 8.00; feed
er yearlings, $10.00 and feeder weth
OMAHA, June 29 Hogs Receipts,
12,500; active, 15 to 25 cents higher;
top. ?lp-90; bulk, $14.3515.50.
Cattle Receipts. 14,000; killing
class mostly" 25 cents lower; yearlings,
$J6.65. stockcrs and feeders, dull;
Sheep Receipts, 15,000; lambs. 25
cents; top receipts, lower; sheep and
feeders, steady! '
CHICAGO CASH SALES.
CHICAGO, June 29. Wheat, No. 3
red, 2.70; No. 3 hard, 2.72.
Corn, No. 2 mixed, 1.7S; No. 2 yel
Oats, No. 2 white, 1.13 1.14 V ; No.
3 white, l.08il.ll.
Rye, No. 2, 2.17.
Barley, cash, l.1 6 (01.52.
Timothy seed, 10.00$12.00.
Clover seed, 25.00 35. 00.
CHICAGO. Juno 29. Opening corn
prices, w.hich ranged from to 2 A
cents lower, with July $1.76 to
1.77 U and September $1.7 1 to 1.72,
were followed by moderate" further
setbacks and then by something of a
After opening to 1 cents lower,
including September, at 87 V2 to 87 c,
oats underwent a moderate further
sag before beginning to react.
Provisions were firm with hogs.
NEW YORK, June 29. Raw sugar
unsettled; centrifugal. 18.31; refined,
steady; fine granulated, 22.00 24.00.
NEW YORK, June 29. Mercantile
paper, 7vi. Exchange, .regular.
Sterling 60-day bills, 3Do?i; com
mercial 60-day bills on banks. 2'J0"i:
commercial 60-day bills, .190; de
mand, 295 &; cables, 3964.
1 New York exchange on Montreal,
12 per cent discount.
Government bonds easy; railroad
Time loans, strong; 60 days, 90 days
and six months, Sz.
Call money, strong, high, 9; low, S;
ruling rate, 9; closing bid, 8; offered
at 9; last loan, S; bank acceptances.
BUTTER AND EGGS.
CHICAGO. June 29. Butter, high
er, creamery, 4456,4c.
Eggs, unchanged; receipts, 29,272
NEW YORK, June 29. Bar silver,
domestic, 99 u; foreign, 92: Mexican
NEW YORK STOCK LIST.
Allis-Chalmcra 36 V
American Beet Sugar sgaj
American Can 39s'.
American Car ,fc Foundry 138
'American Hide & Leather pfd... 89B
Captive of Sinn Feiners Sought
in Vain by British Soldiers
LONDON, June 29. (Canadian
Press.) Announcement was made In
the house of commons that no infor
mation had been received by the
government respecting the where
abouts of Brigadier General Lucas,
captured Saturday night by Sinn
Feiners. Premier Lloyd George said
martial law had not been pr'oclaimod
in any part of Ireland.
LISMORE, Ireland, June 29. Sev
eral private houses and places of
business here were sacked Sunday
evening by soldiers in reprisal for
the kidnaping of brigadier General
Lucas Saturday night. There was
some firing in the streets but no
body was killed.
DUBLIN, Ireland, June 29. When
the Bantry bay steamer Lady Elsie
was ready to start for Castletown
Berchaven today, twelve armed po
lice came aboard and refused to
leave, wherettpon the officers de
clined to man her. She now Is at
the pier with police aboard.
DUBLIN, June 29. The Sinn Fein
ers are perparing for a possible stop
page of all railway traffic and ar
ranging to commandeer motor cars,
organize a food transport system and
Institute regular food control. The
trains have been running regularly
except when police, soldiers or mu
nitions are known to be aboard.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 29. Ire
land's case was pleaded last night be
fore an audience in which was a
sprinkling of delegates attending the
Demorcratic convention. Speeches
by Eammon de Valcra, "president of
the Irish requblic," and Frank P.
Walsh which were tinged with po
litical argument designed to influ
ence the convention towards plat
form statements supporting their
cause brought the1 listeners to their
feet waving Irish flags.
American International Corp. . .SoB
American Locomotive 9 7
American Smelting & Refg 5 7 VI
American Sugar 122B
American Sumatra Tobacco .... S7b
American T. & T 92
American Woolen . 9G
Anaconda Copper 55
Atchison t 7 9 4l
Atl.. Gulf & W. Indies v' 162
Baldwin Locomotive "...117
Baltimore & Ohio . 1 30 Vi
Bethlehem Steel "B" ; . . . 89 I
Canadian Pacific 112 I
Central Leather . 65 I
Chandler Motors 100 Vs
Chesapeake & Ohio 521-
Chicago, Mil. & SL Paul 32
Chicago, 11. 1. & Pac 3G
Chino Copper 28
Colorado Fuel & Iron 33
Corn Products . .. 93
Crucible :Steel : . . 147 'fi
Cuba Cane Sugar , . . 51 it,
General Electric . 139
General Motors .. 34
Goodrich Co. .. ci
Great Sorthern pfd. 69
Great Northern Oro Ctfs. 35
Illinois Central si
inspiration Copper .. 45
Int. Mgr. Marine pfd. 89
International Paper .. . 74
Kennecott Copper 24
Louisville & Nashville gs1
Maxwell Motors . ;-. . . 20B"
Mexican Petroleum 179
Miami Copper 20
Middle Slates Oil 29
Mldvale Steol 40 vfe
Missouri Pacific . . 24
New York Cent.al G8
N Y., N. H. KHartford 28
Norfolk & Western ssV
Northern Pacific 71-
Ohio Cities. Gas 40
Oklahoma Prod. & ReT. . j 4
Pan American Petroleum ' ... .102 '
Pennsylvania . 383-1
People's Gus 3 6V.B
Pittsburg and West Va .27B
Ray Consolidated Copper 16
Rep. Iron & Steel 92 '
Royal Dutch, N. Y .".1131.
Shell Trans. & Trad 73 "
Sinclair Con. OH 3114,
Southern Pacific 91
Southern Railway .. 231
Standard Oil of N.. J. - 103
Studebaker Corporation : 70
Tennessee Copper 9
Texas Co '. 45
Texaa & Pacific 391
Tobacco Products g$V
Transcontinental Oil 15
Cnion Pacific 113
C. S. Food Products 05
U. S, Retail Stores 77 y,
U. S. Ind. Alcohol 914
United States Rubber 94 '
United States Steel 92
Utah Copper CoVi
Westlnghouse Electric 49.V.
WiJIy's Overland is if.
American Zinc, Lead and Sm.. . .13V.B
Butte and Superior 21.13
Gala. Petroleum 29"V"
Montana Power 60.B-
Shattuck Arizona 8B
Ogden Eagles Go to
Salt Lake Convention
A large delegation of Ogden mem
bers of the Eagles lodge left this morn
ing to attend the annual convention p
the l,odge which opened this morning
In the Eagles' hall in Salt Lake. May
or Frank Francis, who was a member
of the committee to arrange for the
consolidation of the Utah aeries, was
unable to attend owing to his activit
ies in the Old Folk's program this aft
ernoon. Of prime importance during the ses
sion will be tue question of consolidat
ing all five aeries of the slate under
one general jurisdiction. The purpose
of this is Ju exemplification of one of
the precepts of the order, which is that
the larger and stronger brother shall
assist the smaller and weaker.
A day of business will bo today's
program at the Eagles' hall. The so
cial side of tne convention will be tak
en care of tomorrow, when the mem
bers will flock to Saltair for their an
One unique feature of the Eagles'
meet is that this Is the first represen
tative state gathering of ve order ever
assembled in Utah, although Interstate
meetings have been held. More than
2000 members will be 'jepresented by
the delegates prefienL J
FIGURE IN N. Y.
NEW YORK, June 29. Infor-
matlon that John B. Elwell, turf
man and whist expert, shot to
death hero June 11, was slalm by
a man who believed he had been
"double crossed" In a $12,700 liq
uor transaction, waa laid before
District Attorney Swann.
Mr. Elwoll, according to the In
formation, purchased the liquor
during the week of his death. Sev
ern! persons, whose names It was
stated were furnished the district
attorney, were involved. The truf
man, It was said, gave a check
with the stipulation that it bo held
until he raised funds with which
to meet it. The liquor. Mr.
Swann was Informed, was deliver
ed. Previous evidence showed, It
was said, that a few days before
his death, Elwell sold a race horse
for ?5.200 and the officials say
that altogether he raised a total
of more than $9,200 which, they
believe, was to pay for the liquor.
His falluro to obtain the amount
of the check, they believe, re
sulted in a visit from one of the
men involved in the scheme and
the shooting followed
HENRY CLAY STIRS
ROW WITH WOMEN
SAN FRANCISCO, June 29. A
declaration by Miss Laura Clay,
a descendant of Henry Clay, and
a delegate at large from Kentucky,
that chairman Cum mines' speech
should not be Indorsed tonight
threw a caucus of women dele
gates Into an uproar. Eventually
the speech was indorsed.
All seemed serene In the meet
ing, and the chairman's speech
was being complimented highly
when Miss Clay suddenly arose and
launched an attack on the league
of nations portion of the address.
"I counsel you to go slow," she
said with great emphasis. " We
never should endorse a speech for
the league of nations without res
ervations. 1 strongly favor them."
Immediately prominent women
delegates counseled hurriedly
among themselves as to the advis
ability of answering Miss Clay on
the floor, but it was decided to say
nothing then. The speech formal
ly was indorsed and later Mrs
Kellogg Fairbanks, of Chicago,
Mrs. Anne O'Hagan Shlnn. of New
York, Mrs. Beverly B. Nun ford, of
Richmond. Va., and Mrs. Kate
Trenholm Abrams. of South Caro
lina, Issued statements warmly ap
"Not since Abraham Lincoln's
day has there been so distinguish
ed an expression of so exalted an
Ideal,'' Mr3. Fairbanks declared.
Ogden Chapter No. 2
Royal Arch Masons
Special meeting, Tuesday. June 29th.
for work In the M. E. M. Degree. X.Ight
refreshments will be served after
work. By order E. H. P.
F. E. NICHOLS. Sec'y.
U. S. TENNIS EXPERT
TO MEET JAPANESE
WIMBLEDON. Eng.. June 29, (By
the Associated Press.) William T.
Tilden of Philadelphia, and Zenzo
Shimidzu of Japan, will be the com
petitors in the finals of 'the British
lawn tennis championship. Tilden won
his place today na a finalist by de
feating Charles S. Garland of Pitts
burgh in the finals, 6-4, 8-6, 6-2.
Shimidzu earned the right to oppose
the Philadelphlan by beating Theor
dore Ma rogordato, of the English
Davis cup team. 3-6, 6-4, 6-0, 6-2.
The winner of the finals must meet
Gerald L. Patterson of Australia, in
the challenge round for the champion
ship. In the semi finals for the ladies
singles championship, Mrs. Lambert ,
Chambers, former champion, bdat Miss
Ryan of California in straight sets. ,
The score was 6-0, 6-3.
I shall not be responsible for tin'
debts contracted by Mrs. M. J. Cleary.
(Signed) M. JAMES CLEARY. I
LONDON, June 29.- The positions
taken, by the Greeks in their ad
vance against the Turkish national
ists from Smyrna, in Asia Minor, are
being consolidated and the forward
movement has been stopped to per
mit this process' It is announced In
advices from Smyrna Monday.
WANT HIGHER RATES
WASHINGTON, June 29. Coast
wise steamship companies of the Pa
cific petitioned the interstate com
merce commission today for advances
in freight rates equivalent to those
asked by railroads in the west and
south. Western roads are seeking
an increase of 24 per cent and south
ern roads 31 per cent.
Cooks, Walters and Waitresses Lo
cal 581. All members, old and ncw,
aro earnestly requested to attend a
special meeting at the Eagles' hall on
Friday evening, July 2. at S:30 p. m.
C. JOHNSON, Sec.
PRAGUE, Juno 28. Poland is pre
paring to withdraw its forces from
eastern Gallcla because of the fear
of a Russian bolshevik invasion, ac
cording to the newspaper Narodni
HE COULDN'T STRAIGHTEN UP
Jas. Carman, May field, Ky writes:
My back used to hurt me at times and
I could not get straight for half an
hour. I took Foley Kidney Pills and
have not had the trouble since. I can
not say enough for them and their
great work." Foley Kidney Pills help
the kidneys do their work in ridding
the system of the poisonous waste mat
ter that causes so many aches and
pains, A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Advertisement.
'jA I WARNING!! ' I
"i j'll . Substiluiors
J. . J - The label, crown and tracle jJ
illii ifilllt office and we hereby pub- jJ
iPy cr warn vou ia s an S""W'1HH
WtfzF infringement upon our JH
lV rights to sell any imitation
l or substitute under the API
i't suggest' or encourage any MB I
j such substitution or imita- MP I
mTvSMWs (C? ifi iClk. on people of Ogden. y'B
m 7 we? Ma JVi h iwi. are being imposed upon by
JvMMM Vn BftF? suc accs and we shall N.1 I
MS S-i tak tno Necessary legal ; J
i steps toprotcct them and j
S REWARD J
W I! I I j i for the conviction of an"- 1 I
-5 iij.ii ffeSP one infringing upon our rv( ' IH
rjr-v--- reg.u.. pat --:--rfflr:s;ff rights in the premises m
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