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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1920. 7
Hundreds of millions in gold are piled up in the Federal
Reserve Banks of the country to protect member banks and
their depositors and to develop the nation 's resources.
I! Patrons of our Bank enjoy this additional security and
business will be encouraged and sustamed.
Progressive men will recognize the benefits to be derived
, by this community because our Bank is a member of the
"Federal Reserve System."
We Invite YOUR Banking Business
lp Ogden Savings Bank
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J Princesse Creation of
ffl Jade Green Silk
u (oka moori-;
Vou York's Paahlou Authority.
H; NEW" YOKK In the very midst of
BjH a season of frill? and furbelows, it i?
jQfl interesting to come upon this newest
of stage frocks that boasts not a Singh
! One Florence Reed has Just received
S3 It 'rom her personal dressmaker and
a beautiful thing It la, a smooth-fitting
princess Of soil shimmering jade
noon all k with opalescent embroidery
VPi r-i on the panel-train.
&lf ' Mlei Reed rnaj decide to preserve it
MlH for wear lr. her new play. "The. Croen
HU , Jde," which i. puns the new Times
Kf' Square theater In the fall. When the
of the play's name, so she takes the.
coincidence in the similarity of the
name and the color of the gown for
a good omen. t
CRITICISES bathing COSTUMES.
HONOLULU. T. H. Professor Al
bert Huahnell Hart of Harvard, now
on a visit to the Islands, voiced his
criticism of bathing costumes worn ac
Waikikl boach at a recent Honolulu
Ad Clug luncheon. Such scenes as
you have at Waikikl would not be
possible on the Atlantic coast." said
Professor Hart, who added ' It Is a
question whether the women of our
race. In this community of many racial
angles, should not set a different ex
ample in this regard "
IN BEET CROP
Utah' Will Produce 370.000
Tons More This Year
Than in 1919
Utah will produce 370.000 tons more
sugar beets this year than In 191, or
:n approximate total of 1, 384.000 tons,
ir favorable conditions contlnuc
lliroughout the season, aCC ordlng to
the July report lssuerl yesnerday by
the bureau of crop estimates, United
States department of agriculture. The
acreage this year Is 13 per cent great
er than last your, f;ggregatmg 112,900
acres In Utah, and 116,100 acres for
the factories in 1'tah.
Th- bulletin compares the tonnage
of leal year, which reached the then
unprecedented figure of 1,015.000
tons v The sugar content of beets wus
rather lower than usual In 1919, and
'the shrinkage In 8'iorage was greater,
but figures gained from other reports
or the bureau show that the Utah fac
tories last year produced 101,626 tons
of suar Figuring on a basis of 10
per cent shrinkage in storage and a
sugar extraction of 11 1C per cent in
1 9 1 M , which compared with 11.69 In
1S18, the extraction of sugar from the
19X0 crop should reach the total of
13S5o? tons, or - 771,100 bags of
BUger weighing 100 pounds each.
The sugar beet farmers In 1919 re-
cetvad, including the bonuses ul-!
lowed, about $11 a ton for their pro-1
duct. This year the price is fixed by
a sliding scale based on the New York
market prices during November, Dc-'
OOmber January and February of tini
year and next. What these prices will
be, of course, only the future can tell. I
However, prices: on "futures" fori
Ootober Of this year on the New York!
market are now quoted at 317 71' L. -iimlji-i
sugar Is selling on the same
market, speculatively, at $16.20; Jan
uary sugar at $14.35 and March sugar
at $13 45 An easy calculation from,
these prices, should they prove Justi
fied, would be $17.05 for Novembei
and $13 90 for February, and the aer
age price for the four months would
f I be $lo37i per hundred -pound sack ;
I According to the agreement between
tin sunai factories of Utah and the
I farmers, this would represent a price
of $1 6 3 7V per ton for beets. On that
basis, and should the estimates of thi
llurenu of erop estimates prove to Ik
correct, which will depend largely on
itlic weather and other conditions be
tween now and the time for the beet i
harvest, the farmers of Utah would
receive for their beet erop a total of '
21 S68,,000 This is more than double I
the $11,105,000 received by the farm- j
era last year.
HUES WIT 1 1 M LRKJE7I
Thi- jirlce charged for sugar bj the !
(.Mali companies varies with the mar- I
ket, freight from San Francisco being j
a Ided o the price at which sugar Is .
sold locally Should $16 37 4 proe j
to be the average San hranelaco price, j
the sugar would cost Utah wholesalers j
about $16.20 and $19.20 a sack to the !
consumer, as against the present price i
for Utah-Idaho or cano sugar, whit h j
varies from $24.90 by some growers .
to as high as $26. 50 h others. In Salt
lake and vicinity. These figures pre- j
vail at I'tah common points. Places J
farther from Salt Lake have to pa) !
extra freight charges i
On the other hand, the Utah sugar J
goes Into other markets at the price (
flXHd on those markets by cane sugar. J
Should the figure of ? 1 5. 37 Vi rfpre- .
sent the average selling cost "of Utah i
sugar at the factory, the revenue tr, j
the factories would be 142,606,69,2 ' I
In other words, on this basis the ant'-.r
companies, would have 220,000, 01 i
over and above what is paid to the j
beat farmers with which to pay fuel !
and power bills and other cost of op- I
oration, the cost of selling the "over- j
head and depreciation, " and the inter- '
est on the money Invested In the fac- '
torles. and. In some cases, in the beet (
IRK OH PLANS I
FOR BIG OUTING j
Church Wards Back Scouts i
in Fathers' and Sons'
That every one of the fourteen
wards of the Weber stake will be well 1
represented at the Iff, I A camp In j
South Fork when the fathers and sons j
Of the stake pitch their tents for a !
three days' outing beginning July 22. i
Is now i srtain. The bishops and M I j
A. officers of each ward, harked nn hv
the scouts are fast working out every
detail of the plans for tho respective
wards, while the general committee
has practically completed Its plans.
Perhaps the greatest feature of the
outing will be the Pioneer day cele
bration on the final day of the trip
The mothers, wives, sisters and sweet
hearts of the fathers and sons will be
tho special guests of the mountaineers
on that day, and genuine pioneer cele
bration with a canyon setting Is
Appendicitis Is more frequent among
males than among females.
What are known as freight cars In
the United States are called goods
wagons In England
Community Silver Stock
Community Silver, complete in all designs, is now
at hand through shipments lately received.
Customers, disappointed because of delayed ship
ments, may now make their selections from a complete
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JOHN BAB KYMOM
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- j., p ish Hyde revelling in
ff With Amazing Senic Ef-
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W eluding the Famous Zieg- 8 !
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CHILDREN Any Seat 10c a Desirable Place to Go. I
WALLACE RE1D AT HiS
BEST AT UTAH TODAY
Wallace Reid's "Excuse My
Dust" Extremely Realistic
Generally when wo rcnrl tho
Igorean that a Bceno In the celluloid
'lrama bolnp unfolded hefore uh takt.i
LCfl on "ji street In Paris' or along
the dock.s of Ixindon, " we are quit
suro that what really happened was
that an Ingenious director reproduced
those cltloB in a Loa Angeles atudlo by
Astute carpentery and having a num
ber of "extras" parade about in th
nrrvct (uMtume. One beauty of the
Wullaro Hld picture, "Kxeuxe. My
i nist" ohowlnc al lh ijtah theatre to
day for three days, that the acenes
ure exactly what they purport to be.
The picture tellH an exciting auto
moblle ,-l'irv and th' u fe.itnr,' Is i
daring autonxobUfl rac9 from Los
Angelea to Ban Pranoiaco The race
actual) took place Special pormla
elon was obtained from the California
tatC authorities to hold It. The start
is at tho Plaza In Loa Angelea and
Itha finish In tho most crowded thor
cughfare of San Pranclsco. Tourist:,
who have been over the ground win bo
nble to Identify it exactly.
' EXCUM My Dust"1 w.is adapted by
Will M ftltchey from Byron Morgan's
popular magazine story. "Tho Bear
Trap" Ann Little lu the leading wo
man and Tull) Marshall and Theodoro
Roberts, are also in the cast . Sam
Wood directed, u la a Paramount Art
craft picture and positive) one '
WaUaoe Reld'n best A Sunshine com
edy la ulno seen on tho same bill.
The Basques of Spain claim to be
I the oldest race of Europe
Apostle to Talk At
postle David O. McKay will de
liver an address on the subject of
priesthood work at the evening ses
sion of tho priesthood convention to
be held in tho Fifth ward today. Ses
sion will be held at 9 a. in. and 7
All members of the priesthood of
the ward are Invited to be present, ;ih
tho convention will bo of great Im
portance to the priesthood of the
ward it is expected that the sink,
presidency and high council will at
tend 100 per cent strong.
Fourth Big Party of
Tourists Here Monday
The fourth party of tourists from
Chicago and other eastern points
bound for Yellowstone National park
will arrive In Ogden Monda) after
noon Jul 12, according to railroad
Officials, The party Is the largest that
has made the trip thus far and Is trav
eling in a special train, KM people -Ing
1 n arrival In Ogden the tourists will
take a trip to Ogden canyon and en
Joy a trout and chicken dinner prloi
to departing in the ' enlng for th
north They Will be Ofden'S guests for
more than six hourn.
WOIAKS OliSTHOY LIVKSTOCK
PHOKN1X. Ariz Wolf packs are
running on the ranges near the Apache
forest in tho White mountains and
north of Ash Pork. Stockmen say I
their kill averages oalvss at least
every third night Federal predatory!
unlnial officials are co-operating with
cattle owners In an attempt to extern
mlnate them. '
GOLD SMUGGLING GANG
IN ORIENT BROKEN UP
RANGOON. June 10 Several Im
portant leisures Of British and Ameri
can gold have recently been made
hero. Tho money was found secreted
on ships and Included amounts oi
IL'.Omi pounds ",000 pounds and IT,
Tho business of smuggling ha
proved enormously profitable for some
time, lull, St Is bellvoed that the au
thorities havo at last got the upper
In this latest seizure the officials
had to call in divers before then tH
search of a vessel could bo completed. rH
A big water tank was discovered on rH
the side of which was a number of rH
shelves with 10 bags of gold on them. rH
The bags were brought to the surfacv rf
and were found to contain 13,589
Queen Victoria sovereigns and
American eagles. rf
Had the gold been smuggled through
there would have been a profit df
about 10,000 pounds.
As Indemnity for the Franco-Pius- r
sian way Prance had to pay Germany r
five billion francs within three ycais r
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