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B THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1920. 9 I
I- f N Utah National Bank
j I Trebles It's Capital,
J Officers Announce
IjH VVltb the arrlvnl this morning of a
MH I telegraphic rilopatch from the romp-
gEI trolfer of currency in Washington, the
H I Utah National hank of Ogden. Ib au-
H I ttiortaed to operate tinder greatly In-
JH 1 CTCaacd capitalization ml pl.n the
Institution In i one ol the
HB I largest ami xtrongest hanks In the In-
B I i' rrnouniHln country. Heretofore Ihe
Bl With the -nithorlzatlon
H)l H "f today the hook have heen changed
1 H lO how the addition of $3f0.U00 of
B H new capital ntock and $100,000 SUr-
I ' I , surplus reaching $600,000
iii Increase raises 'he capital to
Him. iim '..rmer moi;ni The
fJL 1 , w.. reas represent! new sums invrtea
WSmW I ' Stockholders with the transfer of
ER I I sonic earnings of past sears from the
rHf I undivided profits account to the cap
If iJUL ' At .1 stockholders' meeting held laitl
m March It was voted to Increase the I
9 I Chinese Arrested on
H I Opium Smoking Charge
rH a 'loin Gay, 63 years old. and Joe G&y.l
12 t at years old. Chinamen, were arrested!
Pfc 1 at the residence of Tom Gay, near
rwcnty-eightl 1 1 I and Lincoln a !
nighi Bhortlj aftei 9 o'clock. I
'n Tom v:c- booked on a charge of own
JSJI I Inp a place where opium was smoked.!
HD W and Joe was booked on a charge of
Bfl I iipoking opium.
JH I Tom. when arrested, attempted to(
HflLf f pTude the officers, it i said, but was
Wt'm : captured while h. s - hiding In brush
MSli' near his house. Joe Gay was in (he
JLt v of Ihe house when arrested and1
FT I 1 1,11 warm opium pip another that I
y pi ed, together will com-
I plete apparatus for cooking the "pllla"
a I : a uncovered bv the of fleers, they ro-1
I ported delicati pair ol scab
Ej taken by the oft leers.
Joe Gay appeared before the cltj
j court this morn lie. He wa i opre
M l fented by Attorney R. H Baumunk
H Fl snd a plea ol no; guiltj was entered
rH I His case was set for trial July 20 and
I i (he case of Tom Gay was set for hcar-j
B i Ing on the same date
III Descendants of Moses
Wade to Hold Reeunion
fo Descendants of Moses Waae will i
- hold their second reunion In Dorln
I r rr park tomorrow lftcmoon at '
n o'clock. .Moses Wade, whose birth-
I h da) will tr celebrated tomorrow and
k, c hi son, Edward i. Moses were both
T P members of the Mormon iattaiion
All friends and relatives of the men
are Invited to attend the reunion.
For Subscription md 'dvertismg
Department, Call Phono No 56
I Calvin Here E E. Calvin, vice
TI president in charge of operations of
t W the l"n!on r.'i'.'itic systom, v.:is in con-
: a1 ferehce With local railroad officials
I In today for a short time. He departed
L ro for Salt Lake shortly before noon In
I Jl his private car.
1 Money to loan. Kelly & Herrlck.
Cnc Dismissed The case of Charles
Johnson, charged with having stolen
certain automobile parts vvas dis-!
missed by Judge D. R. Roberts this1
rritrnln upon recommendation of
H County Attorney J. B. Ltaies. Lack of
H evidence was responsible for dismissal
Bl. Hemstitching and Picol The Light
I ,." House; .".6 1 Wash AYe. Prompt
V II .' 1 .' 7
fH l Mulnn I In. ,1 Malan pleaded
HI A rniity in t Cr. nit t mc
Hi '' a motorcycle v ith the muffler open
I Ju c i R Roberts
I Ogdcn Typewriter House Tor type- ,
jHHH I writers ar.d repairs, ,?4.2 HudhOii Ave.
I 1'hone 2'JC
I PrJ - Walter Flned4-Thomas McCani
? H ' years old, a walrir of Unite Montana.
p rip days by Judge C
Wp this morn-
HjE Ing Officer IV, A Jones testified that
Jn Mi Conn. vh i: rreste.l
J: r-'iiUKliiK opium. McCann t i.l I hat he
J I ' suffered from tuberculosis of Ihe lungs j
9HH "I n "I !oN.inlng iml that he
f I" 1 ,ik- hei e
Headquartero for berry cases, mpe,
H Vj fruit boxes and ba?!foip Grout's Grain
t x Store, 332 Twenty-fourth street 2911
l Case Continued The preliminary
1 iring in the ru:ie of the state of
HI who Is charged with utal lator: of-
H v is continued this aftoi'noon at
"dock before Judge D. R. Roberts
H Electric Wiring and Repaliing. rall
H l'hone 787. 2965
H Phone 502 for messenger.
H farriage License a marriage 11-
H iuh issued t It it morning in Uie
H Clerk's office to Frank Long of
H A n o. Idnho, and Albertlne Rynaud.
Reg. U. S. Pat. Office
"Hoot the Substi-toot"
Wnttis nd Cashier A. V. Mcintosh
Wrs instructed by lh directors to
' work out n plan and make application
for the increase.
Examination of the banks hook
I Was then made by a national bank ex
aminer and upon his recommendation
I th application was approved. In th
' meantime new stockholders were en
I rolled nnd the list Is representative
of sll the principal industries of the
A second examination by the exam-
Iner was completed last Tuesday and
It was shown that all new capital had
' been paid in and the bank's affairs
In an exceptionally satisfactory condi
tion The officers and directors of the
Institution are. David C. Eccles, pres
ident; Warren L Wattle, active vice
president; Charles E. Kaiser, vice
president; A. V". Mcintosh, cashier,
William H. Loos, assistant cashier.
William J Parker, John M. Browning,
Joseph Scuwrroft and William H Wat
Forest Service Aids
Notwithstanding a deficleni y of)
tupd! for recreational development In
the forest service, gratifying results
In forest service development Is real
ised through co-operation with cii
oi ominerclal organizations
In many forest service districts,
either chambers of commerce or
automobile dealers' associations have
assisted the forest service in establish
ing beautiful summer camps. All that
is neeessarv, it is stated, Is a few con
veniences, the beauty, shade and other
f features highlj desirable, having been
provided by nature.
An article has been published In the'
dally news letter advising forest sup
ervisors to look around and see who
IS willing to assist In promoting recre
Opening of Pingree
Opening of Pingree avenue between I
Second and Fourth streets was au
tborised t h Is morning by the board of
commissioners upon recommenda
tion bi Joseph M Tracy, city engineer.
The pet'tlon of the propert) owners
a'-ring ihe opining of tin slrrel wan
Submitted several days ago
Property owners on Qulnc avenue
between .Sullivan road and Thirty see
ond street, have petitioned ihe com
mission lor a paving district. The
mnifei wis referred to the city engi I
neer lor investigation.
Set Opening Time for
Local Baseball Games
Baseball games in the Wasatch le.-ijrue
will start at 4 O'clock in i gden on
Si.riirdavs. coin in nci ng nei Saturdav,
according to Marager Prank Scott of
lh( local club. The change 'mis been
made in order that men employed at
the shops may .tend the games
Saturday afternoon the locals will
. .y huts with the I'.our.t iful aggrega
tion In a contesi that should be a
thriller. Scott will be on the slab
for the locals
Deaths and Funerals
BLtASDEL The funeral of Gladys
I Blasdel will be held tomorrow at 10
a in., iii EClrkendall's chape" Services
Will be conducted by Rev. John Bd-
ward Carver Interment Mt View
PETERSON Funeral services for
Lelltb E Peterson were held at the
Huntsvills meeting bouse yesterday
afternoon, interment being made at
the Huntayille cemetery The grave
was dedicated bv l'red Bcbade, while
the services at the church were in
charge of P.ishop Joseph Peterson.
The speakers were Alma Peterson,
Dean A N. Merrill. T. K McKay and
M. r Henderson Hagbert Anderson
nang. "Klee. As a Bird." and I'll Go
W here on Want Me to Go." Mrs A
Ueekstcad sang "One Sweet Solemn
Thought while Mrs I , Pnvder sang
This Is My Task" and The Chris
tian's Good-night ' The Bluebird"
was sung by Miss Lucille Morrison
LOFTHOl SE Phe fui eral of Mrs
Rachel Lofthouse was conducted by
Bishop George R Bennett at the Wes,.
Point meeting house yesterday after
noon. Music whs furnished by the
ward choir Speakers included Ro
land Thurgood, Axel Ringberg, Alma
J. Larkln. J Jeppson, John F Thur
good, Bishop Bennett The body was
.shipped lo Paradise, where Intel ment
v. ill ta ke place
JONES George O. Jones was bur
lc,1 In the Hooper Cemetr;. yesterday
following services in the Hooper meet
ing house conducted by Bishop Coun
selor Thomas Reed. The choir aang.
There is no Death," "Open Wide the
Gates," "Anchored al Last." "Who
are These Arrayed in While?" was
sung by Bloise FowleS and George
Manning: sang. "My Father Knows'
Speakers were Bishop James R Bens,
j Frank Belnap. John Hooper. I
IRISH TO FIGHT
FOR THEIR PLANK
Ultimatum to Be Served That
Battle on Convention Floor
Will Be Fought
SAN FRANCISCO, July 1 Ai
"caucus" of Irish sympathizers among
ejrAtes applied to the convention
resolutions committee today for five
minutes' hearing In which to present
argument for an Irish recognition
I plank The eeueus chairman John I
Kltzgerald. of Rhode Island, said II
was proposed to serve an ultimatum
on the committee that a floor flghi
would be made for such a plank.
The caucus was held in s hall ad
joining he committee room. More
than Cart delegates were said to have
(attended. Through Senator Walsh of
Mnrsuchusetts a request thai Prank P. I
Walsh Kansas City he heard bv the
resolutions committee was submitted
Fitzgerald said a minority report j
. favoring the recognition plank was de-j
Intended, to pave the way for carrying:
I the fight to the floor Should It be
refused or the committee refuse to J
he ir Walsh, he said, the course of the
Irish sympathizers would be deter
mined at another session of the caucus
later, in the day. Convention rules
could not prevent B floor battle, he In
Today s Doing in
(Continued from Page 1)
and West irglnia sent Governor
Cornwall to the pis form to nominate
John W Davis ambassador to Great
Dtivli i- Named
Governor CbrnweU told Ihe conven
tion that If the campaign wis merely
B ontest to keep control of Hie gov-'
ernmcnt for the Democratic party "to1
keep some people In political office,
and to put others nto office, then I
am ready to null now."
The public record of Mr. Davis
Governor t'.,rnvell said assured that
if nominated he would not be the
candidate ,ii inv clnss. any section or
You cannot afford In this conven
tion," said lie, "to nominate a man
merrlv because he is supposed t.i be;
popular with one particular group of
people In ihe country at the sacrifice
Of leadership. If you do that you makt I
the Democratic party a sectional or
ganization The convention eon-trued the gov-;
ernor's remarks as a thrust at the
M Adoo boom. At the same tune ;iv
srnor Cornwell by indirect reference
defended the labor record of Mr. Davlfl
which lias been aPaekcd
He closed with a reference to the
close relations between the president
and Mr Davis and the fa'cl th.u during
negotiations of the peace treat 'he,
president had kept Mr. Davis at his
c.ir-. Prett) Gown
Miss Julia brown of Wct Virginia,!
. - r i. l ,.. v-i
Mrs. Brown was dressed in a white
organdie gown With a corsage of r. -and
looked like a debutante as she I
stepped out upon ihe speaker's plat
Mrs Brown who before her mar-1
Iriage was setts Jewel, s stock actress,
in the east, began lv telling the con-j
ventlon S funny story which ran to
the effect that while man vvas asleep
In the Garden of Eden 'he Creator
itook his brains to create woman. The!
man of the convention took the thrust!
and laughed he.irtil
i "Women will select a man" said,
I she, "whose pas; life can stand the
searchlight test and w hose present life
I measures up to women's ideals
) "This man,' said Mrs. Brown, isj
not a preacher, although In his life he
i practices what preachers preach He
is bomebied and a well rounded I
Mrs. Brown made a hit with her j
.nidi" in i and when the concluded the
; band played ' Jh What a Pal Was
Piorden Burr, of Alabama, seconded
I the nomination Of Mr. Dav is Mrs
Guilford Dudley, ot Mashvllle, Tnn..!
also delivered a seconding speech fori
! Wisconsin. Wyoming, Alaska the
District of Columbia. Hawaii and the!
1 PhllippneS were called and Miss Bcs-
j sie Dvvyer of Manila was escorted to;
'the speakers stand to make a noml-'
1 nating speech for Francis Burton Har
rison, governor general of the Philip-,
She did it expeditious) and much to
Porto Rico and the canal zone had;
i no candidate! to present.
1 Chairman Robinson announced that
i here win be a meeting of delegates
interested In Ihe Irish question at 1
o'clock this afternoon.
The presentation of nominating;
speeches was ended and unless the
convention decided lo suspend Its rules
and begin balloting, it would have!
nothing before it except consideration
of the platform winch was nut ready
Secretary Hoffman announced that
the platform would not be ready to
report until S o'clock tonight.
Mayor M. IJ. Snyder of Los Angeles,'
was Introduced and Invited the con-'
ventlon delegates to visit his city on'
their way home.
Mis. Gould B Blakeley, of Ptah. a1
membei of the stale legislature, pre-!
sented a resolution calling on the
Louisiana legislature to ratify the suf
frage amendment to the constitution.
Governor John M. Parker was asked
in a telegram to transmit a special,
message to the legislature.
Objection was made and the reso
lution could not go through.
Wilbur W Mar.di, of Iowa, moved a
suspension of the rules so the conven
tion could go ahead with balloting.
Then- was objection from many parts
of the hall.
Cattleman Loses 50
Head by Poison Plant
The heaviest loser of Nevada cnt
Itlemen, due to cattle eating polson
ous larkspur last year. Is declared In
B forest service report, to be 8 '
'Dunn of the Three Creek district on
the Humboldt forest. He lost ,0 of
'the 25 which died during the season
! throughout that section.
The loss amounted to $0 per head
'or about 115.000 altogether. Plans
'are being made to eradicate the lark
spur by digging It up. Another plan i
which has been proposed Is the fenc- I
Ing of l.irkspur for fall pasture, beep
cattle thriving on the plant during
the late summer and fall.
Long Auto Trip Costs
Forester 4 Cents Mile
District Forester I F. Kneipp. in a
report coVering his recent trip from j
Ogden tri the Grand Canyon and back,
involving an automobile ride of 1146
miles, reports that the average cost
throughout the trip amounted to tl
cents per mile
He s ild tint the lowest price he
paid for gasoline en route was S1'
crnts per gallon, while in manv In
stances he paid 60 cents per gallon '
Total cost of operation for the Ford
car which he used on the trip, includ
ing $.' for the Installation of new
Bank Wins in Case
Against Tire Firm
Judgment for $6218.18 was given In!
the district court yesterday afternoon
in favor of the Ogden State bank and
against the Ptah Tire and Repair com-:
pany of Ogden. The amount Is said tb
have been due on a promissory note.
No contest was made by the defend
ant company and foreclosure of pro-'
perty will be ordered to satisfy the
claim, together with J350 attorney
T shall not be responsible for any
debts contracted bv Mrs M 1 Clear
(Signed) M JAMES CLBARY.
Uncle Sam Has Been
on Water Cart for Year
(Continued from Page 1)
to quit, the last one to throw up the
Sponge beinp al Columbus. Ohio.
The commissioners of ten Pennsyl
vania counties had planned to bulid a
Plans for financing it wr,J about
ready before prohibition came. Aj
meeting vvas held by ihe commission
er November 2H. 191. and all agreed
that there were no prisoners lo be
to it. and the Join organization of com-,
miss loners vvas disbanded nnd the
Warden Lewis, Philadelphia jail,
says arrest for drunkenness have de
creased 80 per cent in his city. Wars
den Lee, BalLmi.re jail, says arrests
for all causes has been reduced 5o per
In Connecticut Hie state farm (or
drunk ird-' has been abandoned
In Boston the arrests from July to;
December. 1918. were 28.860 and the,
same period in 1919 only 8920, reriuc
lion of 19.940.
Sheriffs Quit Can't Make Living.
Sheriffs all over the country are re-
Signing because they can no longer
make a living (ceding prisoners. This
used to be the principal source of rev-,
enue lo a sherilf
In Houston. Tex , the city farm thai
formerl had from 50 to 100 prison-,
. i nil the time became absolutely de
populated when prohibition hit. It
was finallv rented to a Japanese.
Many jails over the country are
being converted into hotels and de
partments to solve the housing short
No. prohibition ha-n t COm-
pletclj prohibited. But it has
ruined John Barleycorn's busi
ness. The enforcement bureau bete holds
to the theory that the higher the price'
goes, the more successful the law Is.
Kt the ("hicugo conve Hon booze was)
selling at 7 50 to $15 a pint, demand
strong Buying it b- the drink one
pas about $75 a quurt n New York.
in Wichita ; alls. Tex . the oil re
gion, it reached the maximum price
of $20 a half pint cash, too!
Uncle Sam lost $500,000,OHO in reve
nue but m i it UP In other ways
That Is of fa .vice by he billion the
people saved and twice more by the
billion they saved and spent for more
substantial luxuries and necessities
The cost of enforcing prohibition for
the year was $3,000. oOO.
Dest we forget. In vvestern Massa
chusetts 176 persons died from drink
ing wood alcohol, and about that
many more In New York and eu :
Jersey from the same cause But thei
50,000 saved from alcoholism oli'sets
Doug Fairbanks in "When
the Clouds Roll By," and Jack
Dempsey in "Daredevil Jack,"!
at the COZY today, last times. :
Diamond I I
Ogden Felt Auto Supply Company H
2205 Washington Ave, Phone 735 j H
Wilson Treaty Plank i
Amended by Walsh
(Continued from Page 1)
had been for the treaty without ri 1
ervations, a vear of effort had dem
onstrated that such a ratification was ;
impossible In the coming campaign,
he asserted, the Democrats could not ,
hope to gain enough senators to make
Up the necessary two-thirds and if
the administration declaration was
adopted the country might well ask
what the Democrats possibly could
hope to do to carry It out.
Mr. Bryan argued that the party
should not go on record as opposing
reservations to which a majority ofi
the senators had agreed, but should
take the issue out of politics by de
claring for an immediate ratification
In the treaty debate Ice Presi
dent Marshall was. reported to have
criticized the administration plank S
iause It gave no information to the1
public regarding w hat resei v ations
would fall within the class described
as not Impairing the covenant's "es
Chairman Glaas, Senator McKellar
of Tennessee, and other administra
tion chieftains strenuouslv opposi '
the Walsh amendment. The adminis
tration side charged It would pl; .
to the hands of the Republicans, be re
garded aa a weakening of t lie Demo
ciatli position, and be Support for the
position of Republican senators led
by Senator Ixidge Senator McKel
lar was declared to have denounced
Ihe Walsh amendment as "the doc
trine of hell ' Another administra
tion memher said it would appear as
it the Democrats were "coming to
terms'' with the Republicans Still
another opponent of Senator Walsh's
amendment said that its defeat was
tantamount to defeating the Lodge
reservations and that If the commit
tee adopted the Walsh addition it
"ought to put Senator Lodire. In nom
Senator Pomerene supported the
Although Senator Walsh Is said to
have conceded that rtlcle 10 of Ho
league covenant would be destroyed
bv the Podge reservations, he a
Senator Pomerene told the commit
tee that most If not all, other Im
portant features of the league plan
still would remain
An assertion by Senator Walsh that
without his amendment the treaty
would he lost and Ihut with it the
treaty's ratification would be assured
wan met by a statement by former
Governor McCorhle of Weal Virginia
thai he was opposed to action for
"God help the Democratic party."
Governor .McCorkle exclaimed "You
will lose th.j respect of the American
During the debate. Senator Glass
ind Mr. Bryan clashed over Mr. liry
an's published criticism of the sub
'nnin.iti.ee as a "set ret body" When
Senator Glass o jected to it Mr. Bryan
replied that he would use it again or
tiny other word he should choose.
Struggle Revived. v
The convention resolutions commit
tee reconvened promptly at 11 a. m.
today to take up the platform strug
gle where It ended long aftei mid
night. sharp fight on the dry"
plank offered by William J Hryan waa
In immediate prospects when Chair
man Glass banged his gavel for order
and newspapermen and propagandists
were hustled out of the ball to their
dreary watch In the corridors.
Mr Bryan was early in the commit
tee room, stirring about lp a score of
personal conferences He said he was
prepared lo fight to a finish f,r his
dry declaration against the disposl-
turn of the sub-committee tin ,l:i I form
to keep the party declaration silent, on HJ
I r hili'.tion enforcement. The N'ebras- I
in announced be would battle for I
his plank preclselv a.-- lo- h."i framed . H
ii and thai the only "ballast1 it ton- H
tained which he might be willing to ' J
Sacrifice was an adjective here and flHj
there that merely reinforced tho as- HHJ
drj enforcemi mot . I
the eighteenth amendment. HHJ
Printers kre Funny.
The printed version was set up and
run off during the morning horns vith HHJ
con parath I um ns - ho w mi- 1 1 i f t i - I
opinion on certain questions, I
In blanks left near the top, presiim- HHJ
ablj for the wel oc dry expression,
the printers had inserted the likeness HHJ
of a wid,e-brlmmcd, black slOuch halt, I
associated in cartoons with Mr Br - H
an's favored type of headgear, while iHHH
appea red t iw iupt ,H
with which cartoonists usually crown H
"Tammany" figure or any old -line J
No uator holding office was ever 11
elected to the presidency. HHB
To Make "Slow Run" Test
From 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. tomorrow an Essex Sedan
will make a "slow run" test on the streets of Ogden.
1 1 I
The car will travel in high gear at all times.
Watch The Essex This Week
Ogden Motor Car Co.
2347 Hudson Avenue Phone 460
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