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B Fiftieth Year-No. 181 Price Five cent. OGDEN UTAH FRIDAY EVENING,JULY 16, 192a LAST EDITION 4 P. MT I
1 BROUGH SCORES NEW POLITICAL PARTY1
f ARKANSAS STATE
I executive: foe
Scores of 0!d Friends Renew
Acquaintance With Charies
fJM GOVERNOR ELOQUENT
MJk AT CLUB BANQUET
Old Parties Must Unite to
A Crush Evils Threatening
U. S.. He Declares
Jyj Governor Charles Hillman Brough,
H former Ogden boy. now chief execu-
tive or Arkansas, hi a speech at the
IB Weber club last night, denounced the
Mm neS party as an organisation bordcr-
WKk S22 anarchism, I. W. Wm and
Ssh v,m and be declared ttaj Ugh
tfH ot lhe "eW Vnnwas a leccption and
fto9l Tho occasion was a ' ,
Ml Sinner tp""" SJn IS
opporiunu i , cnew uc-
Mrs PhllUps ere the sueat i of the
, 1 Ogtten reception commlttci on a wii
to ogden canyon In the afternoon -
U on the return .run. th. j inyoil trtp
T , there followed th- rcc ..nun -
- dub rooms and then cam.- the din. .
i f VNOTMKK HOME PROPUOR
af W L Wattls, president or tne
A Weber club and - mU n ' " ! .
If; commerce, Introduced Charles R. Hol
la llngsworth as the toastmastcr V9 s;'"
u," that th club dlnirtg room fra
nuently was the meeting place for
r?WS gXerlngs at which home products
SI v.ere praised ' 'Now, he said.
hm&B have another and a tine example d
'MWsfci a home product with ua l" preB!
RaafSfc once of Governor, Brough of Arkansas
PffiS lind we shall hear from Mr. Hollings-
'3311! worth, a school male oi the Kovcrno..
BlOlS The diverting , picture Ol H stauncn
R'-'lSB Republican Bounding the praises of a
tlX Democratic leader in the midst of a
TO'-iKS political campaign was presented
fJrfF v.hen Mr. Hollingswort b relcned to
W the governor s estimable qualities.
ifr) 1 "Ogden has been trying for mans
JQ vears to ded a gowmui .Mr. Hol-
llngsworth said. We have supplied
SJf Jj one for Arkansas and we liope to re-
n peat b supplying one for Utah "
Mayor lrank Francis recalled the
VmV early political actlvltlei ol tfrougb In
WJU ogden. his campaigning for Bryan and,
nfvW his general high reputation
It IMBKHGKU M'i.AKS.
fjH Governor Bamberger was the next
(gB speaker. Tho governor sj.ld he and
sflB' bioughs father, the late Mayor
F. trough of Ogden; were partners in
Hi j Wyoming and bunked oogether in one
of the ' wild western" communities
E In humorous eln Governor Bam-
B berger told of his first business vsh-
mt tures in Ogden and Bait Lake He Bald
L he ran a small hotel but was so gen-
i reus with hi- meals that he went
. broke and was refused credit at the
C meat market.
I But my generosity to my guests
B paid," the governor said, for many,
tB of the boys filed on claims In my name!
H and In this way 1 really got my start j
B in the business life or L'tah.'
W Governor Bamberger took up Mr. j
tfi Holllngawprth's remarks about Ogden
K and the governorship.
.o VM) GET n
3 "Ogden bus been reaching out and;
B getting everything It wanted," he said
H "if you want the governorship. Just
U leach out and take it"
M The governor closed his address by
Kg announcing that he would pa) a visit
1 1 . Governor Brough In Arkansas he-j
fore January 1 "while 1 am still gov-1
ei nor of Utah."
Lj In connection with the visit of Gov-
m ernor Brough to Ogden several have
K i called that he was known years ago'
Ma in ugden as "the boy orator of the
W as-uteh" He demonstrated his ora-1
mt, tcsioai powers when he began his ud-i
VH dress last night aftei the diners
,V ' hlis a standing welcome His Intro-1
duction was a poetical tribute to Og
I den, from which he had been away
I 1M years and where his father was city i
treasurer from li;U to lbl3 and mayor
M fiom JS94 to 1886
1 OLD MEMOIUES.
He recalled expeditions Into gdenl
canyon for visits with the late "Billy"
H Wilson, for fishing and for grouse
H shooting He recalled that when he
y v. as in gden President Wattls of the
W I elub and "Llge" Larkin were newspa-
WM I per men. that he and Charles Hol-
jffl 1 llngsworth were members of the same
SB I debating society, that Arch Mcintosh
tyfM j was commencing his banking curler
1 and that h,- ami Henry Btevens went
B9K tj see the same girl.
JWt The governor then launched into
j praise .if Ogden and Its progress. Then
n' announced he would do a little
fiiM boosting' for his stute of Arkansas.
BOOSTS AJUv s s.
"Arkansas," he said, "now has one
of the famous diamond mines of the
tn. world, a mine capitalized al $3,000,-
10 00, from which have been taken hun
dreds of brlllluut gems.
"Arkansas produces 34 per cent of j
Ihe world's supply of ore from which
HL t aluminum Is made. It ranks fifth as
&JJ a COtton growing 6tate, third In rice,
I'J first in acreage of rice and first in
the cutting of ash. cottonwood and red
gum, third In hickory and oak and,
fifth In yellow pine. Forty billion
1 !' (Continued on Page Two)
j EIGHT THOUSAND
! ARMENIANS JOIN
j TO FIGHT TURKS
CONSTA NTINOPLF,, July'
15 (By the Associated Press) j
Eight thousand Armenian re- i
fug-ees concentrated in Smyrna
have enlisted in the Greek army.
Large numbers of Armenians
are enlisting in Constantinople
daily. The Turk? have begun
deporiations of Armenians east
ward from sections where the
Armenians might aid the
Reports say Chat Kiasim Kara
Bckir, commanding the nation
alists in Erzerum. has begun a
movement against Armenia,
which is caosinn great uneasi
ness to Armenians, who fear
that the massacres and deporta-f
tions of the last four years will!
SLOOP RESOLUTE I
! TO BE PESO! TO :
Second Cup Race of Regatta
Due to Commence at
i SAM'Y HOOK, X. J., July 16. fte-J
I pairs on the sloop Resolute, whose
i throat halyards parted In esterday s I
tace when Victory over the Shamrock:
IV seemed Well In hand, proceeded
rapidly loda" and there was every
prospect that the defender would be
ready lor another Joust in the Amer-j
ica's cup race off Sandy Hook loinor
row! We will complete our work of ad-
Justing new halyards today," said Rob-1
ert W. Emmons, 11, managing owner
A new metal guff was to be stunt;
on the Resolute and Captain Charles
KrancisAdanis. the cup yacht skipper,
did not seem unduly chagrined over!
the accident that robbed him of a fine
chance of viobr
ii at i iri niu:i.
Nat Hcrreschof f , des.gner and
builder of tho Resolute, made a care-;
tul Inspection of the seventy footer I
and superintended the repairs on
Sailors on the Resolute declared the'
Lipton challenger cannot lift the cup.J
pointing out tnat the fifteen mile beat
li Windward yesterday in light airs
in which the Lipton sloop is supposed
tu show to the best advantage, the'
American racing machine beat the'
Englishman boat for bout, without
any advantage that might have come:
from n time allowance of six minutes,
10 seconds, which Resolute Is allowed
over a iU-niilo course.
The Shamrock's crew were happy
louay aboard their tendei Kllarney,!
wr.lie Sir Tnomas Lipton beamed Wlttl
rinc good humor on isltors who called1
to congratulate him on board his
steam aeht. the Victoria.
It was shown, however, In yester-j
day's race, that the Resolute exhibited
heller weatherly qualities und that In
the light airs she is several minutes
faster up the breeze than Shamrock!
The two yachts have yot to test j
their relative abilities down the breeze1
or broad-off under largo reaching
sojls. This Is expected lo come to-'
morrow In a 30-mlle rac over a tri
GRAFT PLOT TO DESTROY
ARMY AIRPLANES BARED
NEW" YORK, July 16. Henry
Woodhouso. one of the governors of
tho Aero Club of America, announced
here tonight that he had asked At
torney General Palmer begin a fed
eral grand Jury Investigation of
charges he had submitted against In
dividuals who, he alleged, obtained
millions of dollars of governnn nt
funds under misrepresentation and
conspiracy." These persons, Mr.
Woodhouse declared, tried to use of
ffclals Of the Aero Club of America aa
' I Shield for a conspiracy to have gov
ernment airplanes that cost over
$100,000,000 destroyed, no as to bene
fit certain manufacturers."
WOMAN LOSES DIAMONDS,
POLICE WITHOUT CLUE
DENVER. iolo., July 16 I'ohce
today were without clues to the theft
yesterday from Airs. Eugene H. Shove
a guest or the exclusive Denver club
of diamonds worth $16,000. Mrs
Bhove is a wealthy Colorado Springs
ON POLISH s'lOE
Y.M.C.A. Worker Shot Down;
Yankee Aviator Fails to
Return From Flight
POLES GAIN AND LOSE
ALONG EXTENDED FRONT
Women Arm Selves and Gath
er to Defend City Against
i WARSAW, Julv 16. (by The As
sociated Press, i One American haj
been killed and another is missing In
1 the battle between the I'oles and Rus
sian Bolshevik in the region of
Sfflnsk, according to reports from tho
front Alexander I czlwek, of "hi
cagp, an American Y M. C. A. work
er with the Polish army, was slfot
and killed by a Bolshevik attired in
a Polish uniform. while Captain
Merlon Cooper, of Jacksonville, I", i ,
has been missing for four days since
Starting an airplane reconnalssam .
Captain Coop": R member of the
Kosciusko squadron', was recently
mentioned as tho successor of Major
Cedrlc Fauntloroy as commander dl
that famous body of aviators. Mem
bers of the squadron believe Captain
Cooper is safe, ai his flights over the
southern Rolish front have been ar-ov
open country for tho most part, and
he may hae been forced to land
within the Polish lines
No WORD h ROM RI I)s.
SPA. Belgium, Julv 16. Rritish of
fplals here denied this morning that
an repl had been received from the
Russian soviet government relative to
the British proposal for an armistice
between Russia and Roland
CONTINUED SI C ESS.
LONDON, July 6. Continued suc
cesses by the Bolshevlkl along the
northern Rector of the Polish front is
announced In Thursday's official
statement from Moscow, received by
wireless today. It says.
"South of the river Villa i In the
Vllna region) we defeated the resist
ing enemy along the entire front. Qur
advance is continuing energetlo&lly".
(A special dispatch from Kovno re
ceived In London Thursday night re
ported occupation of Vllna by the
Bolshevlkl. This has not been offi
cially confirmed, but Warsaw advices
loduy say the Poles have agre- d with
the Lithuanians for oi eupatlon of
Vllna by Lithuanian troops The
signing of a peace treat J between
Lithuania and soviet Russia was re
ported July 16.)
"East of Molodechno (on the rail
way line between Minsk and Vllna
we are successfully continuing our
advance and driving hack the enemy "
POLdES TAKE TOWN.
WARSAW July 15 Tho Poles
have reoccupied Dubno, in Volhynla,
after hard fightlngtand the retreating
bolshevlkl are being bombed by Pol
ish airplanes, says an official' com
munication Issued toda.
WARSAW, July 14 (by The As
sociated Press.) Women soldiers have
taken up position for the defense or
Vllna The havf been assigned to
an eight-mile tront.
All the women are equipped with
American boots and arc being fed
partly by the American Y. W. C. A.I
They are under tho command of
Madame Goercz. who fought with
Q ral Plluudskl against the Rus
sians and who ulso operated last year
with the women during the siege of
Commander Goercz is 26 j ears old.
She has about 1,000 women unde,i hoi
command. Many .ire strong Women
of the factory type, who are eager ir
excitement and 'adventm
The woman commander is in'
charge of all her own transport ps-i
tern and rolling kitchens and all'
lighting equipment except artillery
Additional detachments "i women
are being formed throughout Poland
for defense of the republic As soon
as ' heir numbers Justify it, Madame
Goercz will be placed In command of'
Poland's army of women.
OMAHA-ALASKA AIR TRIP
PLANNED BY WEALTHY MAN
OMAHA, July 1 6 C. N. Diet?., j
wealthy Omaha lumber dealer, Intendt
1 to fly from Omaha to Alaska In an I
all-mi i .i I monopla ne, I en ing her
July 22. and stopping en route at1
Lome Lake Wyo.. on a fishing expe
dition Herbert K Smith, director of
operation of the federal air mall ata-1
tion here, wljl pilot th. plane at least'
as far as Dome Lake, R is planned.
iCHARGE kGAS' MEN SOLD
KEROSENE TO AUT0ISTS
U IB ANQEXi&B, July 16 The gaso
line shortage In Los Angeles reached
a stage yesterday where, according to
warrants sworn out for the arrest of
three proprietors of Oil service ui;t-
tlons, kerosene was being sold as pro
line. In violation of city ordinances.
TCOWS GET DRUNK, j
j FARMER PUZZLED,
DURUM, N. C , July 16.
John King, a farmer living near
this city, last night found two
of his cows m a stupor in their )
pasture apparently suffering
from some strange malady. A
veterinarian was called and
i after lengthy examination pro
nounced both animals as
merely "beastly" drunk. A
search for the cause led to the
discovery of a big "moonshine"
still in a secluded corner of the
pasture. The cows had eaten a
quantity of the mash used by
the illicit whisky manufacturers
MM TO" DEATH
Such Is Statement Attributed
to Former Courier Now Re
ported in Paris
PARIS. Julv 16 Tho Russian em-j
press and her children were burned
alive after the exocutlon of Emperor;
Nicholas at Kkat rlnburjr. It is alleged'
In statements attributed to Alexis Dol
revlts, formerly courier to the em-i
press, published hero today. Dolro-1
vita said he made vain attempts to j
save his mistress and her children ,
The empress and the children. I ol-,
ro Itz declared, were taken to a wood
near Rkaterlnbunr. Brushwood was
gathered and a huge fire made, Intoi
which the royal victims were ftfroed
Every time they sought to get out of
the flames, Dolrovltz said, they were
driven back at the point of the bayo
net. Tatiana, the empress' second daugh-:
ter, fled from the pyre three times j
and eventually fell pierced through by
a bayonet. The empress and Alexis,
heir to the throne, clasped In close
embrace, walked almost automatical
ly Into the flames and disappeared In
a whirl of smoke, according to Dol-rovitx.
CONFESSIONS CLEAR UP
BRUTAL MURDER OF PAIR
ELIZABETH. N. J.. July 16. oon
fssions alleged .to have been made by
Charles Berchand and Howard Lain
ble, now serving six years terms In
N'ew York State prison, were placed in j
the hands of W L Hatfield, prose-I
cutor of I'nlon county, today. The
confessions clear up, it Is said, ttie
mysterious double murder of Miss
Edith L. Jany, and Edward .1 Kupfer.l
manager of a Perth Amboy cigar store.
who were found dead from gunshot
wounds on the morning of August -1.
The alleged confessions say the I
shooting occurred when thr man and1
woman resisted attempted robbery.
Prosecutor Hatfield said today that
releass rf Perchand and L&mble will
be sought from Auburn a-s soon as i
possible by appealing for clemency for,
the two prisoner Don he will bring
them to I'nlon county through exiru-
dltlon proceedings to stand trial roi
the double murder, he aald.
LUSITANIA LIFE JACKET
FOUND IN DELAWARE RIVER
PHILADELPHIA, July 16. A llf
Jacket, silent remembrance of the
traKic sinking of the Lusltanla five
years ago, and bearing a strand ofj
faded blonde hair, was pit Iced up yos
terdaj in the Delaware river.
The name of tho ship the Germans
torpedoed still remained clear and
distinct on the wave-beaten canvas,
which has been adrift on tho seas
throughout three years of war and
two of pence. The Jacket was found
by tw'o railroad detectives.
IS SEEKING RE-ELECTION
CHETENNE, Wyo. July 10 Prank
W. Mondell, Republican floor leader
iln the house of representatives, today
filed papers for renonilnation as rep
resentative at large from Wyoming
ll Is expected ho will have no oppos
ition lu hln own party.
Republican Nominee Wants to
: Complete Notification Speech
ALSO RAMS INVITED
TO VISIT IN MARION
Democratic Nominee Ready to
Leave for Conference With
MARION. 0., July 16. Senator
Harding kept hard at work today on
his speech acopting the Republican
nomination for president Although
the address Is not to be delivered until
next Thursday at tho formal notmo
tlon ceremonies here he devoted vir
tually all of his time to the manu
script in the hope of completing It oy
tomorrow night As an Interpretation
of the Chicago platform, tho accept
ance speech H expected to be the real
I i note of the Republican campaign
Bno.-iiril e.ire is being taken by the
candidate, therefore, to make certain
that it touches comprehensively on all
Ihfe Important JjSVfiS and lays-a -hrad
le.vTis for the party's fight for popular
In his declaration yesterday regard
ing the new Farmer-Labor party, some
of the senator's friends saw an indi
cation that tho Republican attitude to
ward the farmer and the laborer mighi
come In for particular attention In the
notification day speech.
ALSO HAXs INVITED
XEW YORK. July 16. All Repub
licans whose names wore placed In
nomination for tho presidency at Chl
caKO convention nave been invited lo
attend th.- Harding notnif. cation cere
monies at Marlon. O., next week as
guests of honor. It was announced here
today at Republican national head
quarters. Invitations ha e also been telegraph
ed to the six former Republican na
tional halrmen who will constitute a
committee to asslt In receiving dis
tinguished visitors at thft ceremonies.
Acceptances have boon recoivod irom
Frank H Hitchcock, William R. Wlll
cox. Charles B. Hilles and George B.
Cortolyou. of New York, and from Sen
ator Harry S. N'ew, of Indiana
MEETS WITH WOMEN ,
COIJ'MBl'S, O.. July 0. Governor
Cox, the Democratic presidential nomi
nee, today met a delegation from tno
National Woman's pntv. bended by
Miss Alice Paul, who urged him to use
his influence to have Tennessee ratiry
I lo- federal suffrage amendment in
time to permit women to vote at tne
Governor Cox will arrive in Wash
ington Saturday afternoon for his con
ference Sunday with President Wil
son. Plans were being developed today bj
the Columbus Chamber of commerce
to entertain members of tho Dehibcru
tl national committee who will meet
here next Tuesda..'
Mrs. Cox expecrs to entertain the
committeemen and their families at
the governor's mansion cither Monday
or Tuesday evening.
Among messages reeaivod todav were
two fro riB, H, Moore, tho governors
pre-conv ent ion manager, and Wilbur
Marsh, Iowa, treasurer of the n.viona.
committee commending the governors
decision not to reply to Senator Hard
TINY GIRLS DISAPPEAR
AND NO TRACE IS FOUND
THOROLD, Qnt. July 16. Two io
chihlren have disappeared hero with
In the Inst few wookfl and th'oiKh
search by volunteer parties of rltlzen.-,
has failed to reveal a trace of them
Kathleen Beechman, . Ix umt-; old
dropped out of sight on May 21 On
Tuesday, four year old Margaret Boo
cock was left playing on the lawn in
front of the public library while her
mother entered the building When
Mrs Boocock came out Margaret v.
David McNeil, a laborer, was ar
rested otday Neighbors said he had
l.r-en seen talking to the F.oocock ch.'u
McNeil does not deny this, the police
say, but claims she. left him and ne
thought she was going hom.
7000 ACRES OF FOREST
BURNED IN ARIZONA
PHOENIX, Ariz.. July 18. In reply
to an offer by Governor Campbell of
assistance In fighting fires In national
forests neat Flagstaff, Ariz . Forest
Supervisor E. G. Miller of Flagstaff,
yesti rday sent the Kowrnor a message
stating that all fires wero under con
trol. Between 7.000 and s.000 acres
in the Coconino and TUSgyan national
forests have been burned over.
NRTinTi MEIGHEN, now I
premier of Canada, is called j
must liketl and most hated man
in Canada. He is a feared ora- j
tor an! a real fighter as was I
demonstrated during the Win- i
inipog general strike
fit WAGES TO
Railway Clerks Ready to Strike
If Awards Do Not Meet
CHICAGO, July 16 E. H. Fitzger
ald, grand president of the Brother
hood of Railway Clerks, arrived here
today for a conference Monday with
BOO general chairmen of the clerks
brotherhood. Al a mass meeting Mon
daj nlirht idans will b - perfected for
the immediate calling of a strike if
the awards of tho railway labor board
expected ubout July 20. are not satis
factory, it was said. The clerks num
ber approximately 1.76,0.00, They do-,
mand an Increase of at least 20 cents
an hour retroactle to January 1.
Announcement of the railway
awards, published n (Chicago today,
are Incorrect, according to G. W Han
ger a member of the United States
railway labor board
" fflclal announcement of the wage
awards," said Mr. Hanger, "will un
doubtedly be made next Tuesday be
tween eleven and twelve o'clock In the
morning The report carried m to
day's newspaper Is substantially in
correct, unauthorized and will tend to
do more harm than good. Sessions
are still going on and as deliberations
are as yet Uncomplete there will bo
nothing definite to announce until
'SUFFS' WILL NOT PICKET
HOMES OF CANDIDATES
COLFMBFS. U.. July 16 Miss
Alice Paul, chairman of ihe national
woman's party ar-uounced here that
her party would uot picket Senaior
Harding a home at Marion, or head
quarters of (governor Cox here regard-j
less Of what the presidential candl-j
dates answers are to pleas for ratifi
cation of the federal Suffrage amend-!
meht. She said I ho women want the
candidates to "take some definite ac
tion that will brine results, regardless
of w hat It is."
In case neither party gets another!
state to ratify the amendment in time!
for women to vole in November, Miss
Paul said the women will probabh en
dorse a third parts
LEAVE GOVERNMENT COAL
ALONE, ROADS WARNED
WASHINGTON. July 16 Railroads
of the country were warned today by
the interstate commerce commission
lo refrain from confiscating coal de
signed to go eminent departments
und to common earners and to other!
public utilities No indication of what
action would be taken to put an end
to the practice was given by tho commission.
DENVER GAMBLING HALL
IS RAIDED BY BANDITS
DENVER. July 15 Three bandits,
two of them masked, last night held
1 1 1 and robbed an alleged gambling
house and escaped In an automobile
which n fourth man was driving. Fif
teen men were lined up against the
wall and robbed of approximately
EN SCREAM, U
SOI PRAY AS l
TREWS FELT H
Sidewalks Nearly White With I
Mortar Shaken From I
BIG BUILDINGS ARE I
EMPTIED WITH SPEED
Quake Apparently Had Center I
in Los Angeles City,
Suburbs Quiet I
Los ANGETjES, Calif., July 1& H
--A Revere earthquake at 10. in
o'clock this morning apparently
(entoreil m i.ns Angelea cii,
caused slight damage to some of i
ili older buildings in tho way of ir
dislodging mortar and plaster and '
breaking plate glass windows, and I'
frightened the citizens generally.
Xo extensive damage was re- Kl
Varmus departments ol the sn- I
perior and police courts had bare- I
ly opened the morning sessions
when the shock came. . I
People ran in fright, women
screaming, with here and there
one r maining to i ra y or falling i!
to the fl'ior in ; faint.
In the older parts of the city, it L
was reported mortar was shaken 1
i ruin the walls of brick buildings
until the sidewalks were nearly
v bite with it.
Throughout the city there was a
general emptying of buildings.
frightened people no! knowing
:just wher to Se k safety, ('rowds fl
gathered fn man places search
ing walls of buildings With thci! J
I eyes for possible cracks.
Plaster was shaken from thi
walls and ceilings in the court-
bouse and slight damage d to
a platform connecting that Btruc- MM
ture with a newer building, the
Hall of Records,
.One downstown department
si ore reported plate glass windows
Reports from various points in j
California indicated the earth
quake was felt chiefly in Los An
geles and some of its suburbs
Orange and Santa Ana. in Orange
county, reported there was do
earthquake there. Ventura felt
nothing anJ Los Angeles harbor
reported similarly. H
nglewood reported no damage
MEXICO WILL BUY SHIPS
AND RAILROAD CARS HERE ,
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, July 16.
General Salvadore Alvarado, minister
Of finance lu the government of Pro
s.ioiial President Adolfo de la Huerta,
who arrived In San Antonio, toda)
from Mexico City, said he was on a
three-fold mission to the 1'nlted State
In New York next week he expects
to ratlfv contracts for construction of SH
apiiroxlmatel j fifty ships ordered from
American ship builders and will place
eontracts for rolling stock for Mexl- fH
can railroads Another objen of Lh
present trip, Mr. Alvarado said, was
the stabllshmsnt of a financial agen
ej mi the Mexican Rovsrnment in New
York Yith bankers of the east he
will exchange vb wn looking to closer fH
commercial and financial relations 09- SH
tween the business men of the two H
CAR SHORTAGE HAMPERS
COAL MINES OF WYOMING
SHERIDAN. Wyo., July 16. Pro
duction Of roal from the mines in the
northern Wyoming coal fields has been
hampered by the shortage of ears and
tb.. mines are now 11.000 cars behind
orders, according to C A, Miller, sales
manager of the Poabody Coal com
pany which controls all coal mines
In Sheridan county.
"There are indications throughout
tbe rountrv that steps may be taken
soon to ask the government to again
create a fuel administration or a Simi
lar body to regulate movements of j
coal," Mr Miller said, adding that the
slates of the middle west will bo
caught this Wlntr, 25,000,000 tons
of coal short of their normal require
THREE ALLEGED ROBBERS
OF KANSAS BANK HELD
KANSAS CITY, July 16. Thre I
men were under arrest in connection
with robber) of Kramk Vassar, a mes- )
senger for an Armourdale Kansas
bank with a satchel containing 10,- j
oOii In cash.
One of the men, according to the po
lice. Is owner of the motor car In
Which the robbers escaped. The prls- I
oner declares the car was stolen from t
him earlier In the day. I