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B --.ftieth Year-No. 200 Price Fiv Cent. OGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1920. " LAST EDITION 4 pTm. I
I BOLSHEVIK! ESTABLISH SOVIET IN POLAND
Srn A A A A A A "' JL. l
E IRISH BILL CALLS FOR MARTIAL LAW
c& A A 'A A A a a
7 J If ITM TO
Iff TAKE PUCE OF
7 Ifm New Measure Even Provicbs
j, mm for Court Martial in
IS Jk IRISH ARMED RAIDERS
Dublin Opinion Says Great
Jtjf Britain Makes Mistake in
ifiM Handling Mannix Case
, LOM"'.V Aug 3 - Dutlei '
lH tribunals in Ireland will be taken J
StLiH over by courts martial, even to the J
HH extent of settling civil dispute In- J
jmJHBH flictlon of flnca and the binding ofi
V&HI accused persons over to keep the I
"tlKlB pRce, tinder ihe terms of the new
PtLfeLSBB Irish bill, frhlch was made public this'
-Kiw Military courts also will t ike over
fff sh the duties of coroners and win have
JWB the power to decide cases without
. nUrW JufleS In trials for crimes punish-J
ffiflfH able by death, however, o.'io pet soul
ftljvJB wno ni'ctJ not De Rn officer shall sit
'jsVftifl "s ou of lnc JufJeH He must be
Pg&sa appointed by the viceroy from a list
"P"tB jipproved 1 the lord chancellor of
tfl Ireland or the lord chief justice of
. Mm England.
IB Person convicted by them may be i
i -jH Imprisoned in any part of Great Kri-
-H i-iin Tin- bill makes prolslon for!
I " excluding Ulster from the working ofj
MMM ihe law stipulating that it i
2M rff' Lih e in the whole or anv pajt I
1 1 'S DCBLIN. auk he resignation
I VpD 0(t Edward Saundcrson ZM private sec-
J r starry ir fITc viceroy, announced to
day, is regarded as of politicul slg-
'lfilBa niflcance and In some quarters It i.
JVH even supposed his resignation ma
ImtI foreshadow that of the viceroj
Edward Saundcrson is a son of the
r late Colonel Saundcrson, Ulster lead-
-' er, and his Influence on the vlcerov
'-'KsJ was regarded always as being er
;!rJ great He was frequently denounced
it'aSl by l''e nationalist press.
I R UDERS (.I T M vrr.RIAX.
,;!B L'.i.N'Im i.v, Auk 3 Armed raider-
3 held up the occupants of the Mlzen-
head Lighthouse, County ("oik. Sat-
rpf MM urdny, and took away twelve hundred
Jfl pounds of signalling ammunition Tlx
1 ' I '. . II I r I'll HI I I 11.1 .In. S ,1
T raided and the signalling apparatus
KjC-S According to some of the news-
jvlfl papers today, successive" raids on
Vjfll lighthouses have been one of the rea-
MkKDj sons for diverting trans-Atlantic lln-
MmfM ers from Queenatown The Qraphlc
vIWf today says that the diverting of the
jsjfcafc Vessels was In no wise connected with
'ifSKm Archbishop -Mannix o( Australia, but
M was due to the Initiative of the steam -
HMJ. .-hip companies who hae i'i.'iiuJ n
jHIBw creaslngly difficult to obtain pilotage
HBO ana were alarmed at the crippling of
KhH lighthouses. The newspaper adds that
IffifgM the companies aldo complained of lr-
Efi regularity or the railroad service at
I i yueenstow n
Kf MANNLX COMMENT.
HV LONDON, Aug 3. Moderate opln-
VW1 ion in Ireland, says a Dublin dispatch
to the London Times, is senouslv
(uestlonlng tho wisdom of the go -
Rta ernment's decision to exclude Arch-
ftA bishop Mannix of Australia from In -
mbil3 land. Many arguments are urged
R against it. It is pointed out that the
Sinn Felners need no encouragement
and that Archbishop Mannix robably
y could do more harm In the United
jMJ States than if given B free hand to
preach an antl-Hrltish crusade in ire
land The dispatch says there are some
who think the speeches of the arch
Mj bishop may be due to hla Ignorance
E'J of the real state of affairs in Ireland
and that close contact might have a
sobering effect on him.
I-J j According to the Times correspond-
rfj ent. the government's decision is con-
UK sldered likely to place heads of the
rVj Catholic church in Dublin in a false
EH position it is believed probable
n - church influence would support anv
a. wise and generou"" scheme foi an
tf f 1 ' -! ''tl i i ' il but In some qunr-
Hq -i , ters. it Is declared that tho church
IP" must be greatly embarrassed bv re-
Hjl i strlctlons on Archbishop Mannix s
1)1 SIRE FOR peac r:.
Mm Leading Catholic las men are re-
ported by the Times correspondent to
MM be of the opinion that if the govern
1 ment Insists on making a marts r of
WM, ihe archbishop, the bishops will vir-
tuall be compelled to champion his
cause and their genuine dr-slre for1
peace may be rendered unfruitful by
Hj consequent developments, I n the
I other hand, they sa , If the arrhblshop
Uh is permllted to come to Ireland like
Mi any other homo coming ecclesiastic.
I the church will have an opporlunltv
M i to acquaint him quietly with Its dif-
1 flCUltlea and probably will be able
1 to Influence Ma course of action.
I I At any rate, the newspaper corro-
1 i spondent Kajs. It Is generail) consld-
I ered certain In Dublin that the ex-
H J Psnsea of the archbishops martyr-.
H dom would be paid hy the govern-!
i ment and the IrlMi people
J TO MOVE DENVER CARS'
I J DENVER, Colo., Aug. 3 Although!
'he traction company had declared'
MM strikebreakers would start moving
Bl armored' i rtrs at 0 o'clock this
J mnin' uut a tur wua ru-n"i"g Voj
"W V V
I 4 .
T T ERE are pictures of Charles Pouzi bis wife and mother.
1 Ponzi say he has made $8,500,000 in less than eighl months
II houghl European money f;tr under par( sent the foreign money
to Europe and bought international replj coupons Under a pro
war agreement these arc redeemed in the Un:'tcd States at par
Efforts Made to Compose Dif
ferences and Prevent Lower
I LOS ANGELES. Cal . Aug. 3. A
I proclamation pronouncing vacant the
I governorship cf the northern district
I of Lower California was received
1 here today from Mexico City, accord -
Ing to an announcement by Eduardo
Ruiz, representative In Ix)s Angeles of
tho de facto Mexican government
Ruiz showed newspaper men copies
l of the proclamation which bore thr
I signature of M Allesio Koblcs. private
secretary to Adolfo de la Iluerta, pro
I visional president of Mexico It de
i dared Egteban Cantu without legal
I authority to retain the governorship.
I MEXICALI. Lower California. Auk
13. (LJy The Associated Press.) Gen-
tral Angel Flores jind Scnor John
' Pratt, i epresenla' Ives of the de la
' Huerta provisional government, earl)
I today were on the way to Los Ang
elet.. where they expected to telegraph
I to Mexico City the results of a con
ference held here with Governor Es
teban Cantu of Lower California. An
, effort was made In the conference to
compose the differences which caused
! Cantu to break off relations with the
The de la Huerta representatives
and Governor Cantu declined to make
statements after the conference be
yond saying the matters discussed
. would be referred to the national cap-
The conference was tho first etcp
I taken which indicated that armed
conflict miuht be avoided and the
fact that negotiations were actually
held caused friends of both parties to
hope there would be a peaceful oet-
tlement On tho ether hand, doubt
i was expressed whether either side had
I made concessions acceptable to the
j other. Governor Cantu In a recent!
1 proclamation disclaimed allegiance tol
the provisional government which on
Its part requested him to resign.
MONDAY IS 'HOODOO' DAY;
HANGING IS POSTPONED
SACRAMENT . Cal.. Aug. 3. Be
cause of belief in San Cjuentln that
Monday 1b u ' hoodoo" day for hang
ings Governor Stephens today grant
ed a reprieve of ten days to Arthur
Coiiins. sentenced to be hanged al Ban
Ouentln Monday. August 23 for the
slaying of a police officer nt Los Angeles.
'DRY' AGENT IS FREED
ON SELF-DEFENSE PLEA
SANDUSKY. Ohio. Aug. 3 Civil
authorities today exonerated John
Whitehead. Toledo prohibition agent
of murder In connection with the
death B week ago of Jacob Hare. it
farmer BalooDist nt Huron, near here.
W hitehead who waa defended bv To
ledo district aitorties claimed clf
FOR UTAH IS
: TOTAL WRECK
'All-metal Mail Carrier Hits
House in Omaha, Four
"MAHA. Neb.. Aug. 3 Rcsump-I
tion of the flight of the all-metal air-:
planes blazing a trail for an aerial
mall route from New York to San.
j Francisco was delayed temporarily lo-
. day when one of the machines in at
tempting to take off, failed to rise'
j from the ground and crashed Into an
j Thp radiator of the machine was
caved in. the propcllor broken and
'a wing smashed Captain Eddie Rick-,
I enbacher sustained a Blight bruise on,
tin- head, but none of the other oc-;
' i upants of the plane were Injured
The house was demolished.
'The plane, piloted by Captain H E. '
: Efartney, was tin last to start, the oth
er two machines having made a safe
ascent. After the accident they re
turned to the field, but again hopped.
, off on their westward flight at 1 liij'
j p. m.. Captain Rickenbacher otcu-j
I pylng a place in one of the planes '
, Tin damaged machine will be shipped
I back to Mitchell field. Long Island.'
j for repairs. It was announced at the.
Offices of the aerial mall service here.'
MISSING ARMY OFFICER
LIVED UNDER FALSE NAME
CHICAGO. Aug 3. Disclosure that
"Lieutenant John Nolan.'' missing fi
nancial officer of the central depart
ment of tho army, is Joseph r. Mo
run. w.'us made today by E T Moran
of San Francisco, a brother. It was
Mr Moran said his brother enlisted
in the army after leaving home at the
age of IS and wrote that he had
changed his name.
'Nolan" left a shortage of $4000 In
hit) accounts, according to auditors Ho
had been sought secretly for fifteen
ills wife feared he had committed
suicide while despondent over failure
to pass the examination for first lieu
tenant She said he had been affec
tionate and that his habits were ex
i WORLD RECORD AVIATOR
HURT IN SLIGHT CRASH
DAYTON. O , Aug 3 Cnytaln R.
W. Bchroi 'I' r, holder of tho world's
altitude record wag injured about the
head tonight when the racing plane
he was testing crashed Into an auto
mobile at Wilbur Wright field. He
had landed and was running up to
the hangar. Ills Injury Is a cut over
the left eye-
The plane especially designed by
Alfred VervUle to participate in the
Gordon Bennett cup racea In France
during the last week In September.
WaS on ItS last test flight before
shlpmont. The landing gear and lfcft
wer WTeckc4. J
Political Writer Says Europe
Must Believe Wilson Is
Done as Spokesman
POSITION OF GOVERNOR
1 COX MAY BE DIFFICULT
Revival of Hague Tribunal De
1 dared Significant bvent
in World Politics
Through arrangement made
with the i ren Ing Post, the Standard-Examiner
fcoda) presents i'"'
rirSI of a series of UrUclCS on the
poiith ai situation from the pin of
Mark Sullivan, former editor of
Colliers. Mr Sullivan will discuss
from n non partisan standpoint
progri-s-, of tin- presidential cam
paign. Watch f,i- these articles.
BY MARK SULLIVAN.
Copyright, 1920, bj New York Evening
! WASHINGTON. D. C. Aug. 3. ;
Governor Cox Is Just now completing
'tiie acceptance speech which he will I
deliver next Satuiday In order to ac-
Commodate Hie rptJianl.',,n OI dlstrl
Ibtftlon in advance to the newspaper
it is necessary to haVe the speech com-1
plr-ted several days ahead Governor j
Cox has announced, however, that as
to one portion of the speech he will,
t ot flnnlly complete it until the day ;
before It is delivered and will distrlb-i
rule that portion by telegraph.
If Governor Cox bus 'sensed" what
many of us think we observe In the in-,
ttrnal developments of the league of
nations In Europe, he must be con-'
sclous of great embarrassment In an-j
nounclng his position and must wish'
for as much time as possible before'
flT.ally committing' himself Governor
Cox'S problem is one of standing fori
President Wilson's league of nations,!
oi standing for something different,'
and it must be apparent to him that if
he does Indorse W ilson's position on I
the league of nations ho ma find him
self a little later on in the most em-'
barrnssing position of being more loyal
to Mr Wilson than tho league Itself
Ik. of standing loyally by an instltu-1
lion the very moment when that in
alitutlon, of its own Initiative, has be-:
come something different For the
thing that some of us "sense" us hap
pi ning Just now is a disposition on the,
part of those European statesmen who
control the league to ignore Mi. Wll-i
son and to do business with tho Re
EUROPEAN 1.TI M MENT.
To those of us who take this view j
it looks as if the European statesmen
who control the league of nations have
muele up their minds to accept as final
tlii repeated lefusal Of America to ln-
dorse Mr Wilson's league, and have1
therefore determined to adjust thorn-,
selves to the different conception ofj
America's International relations set
out In the Republican platform and in
the utterances of the Republican lead-J
li ihis guess is correct. It is art event
in American and world history of,
which tlv importance can hardly be,
over-slated. For setting it forth now
your correspondent does not protend
to Iihh much more (ban mere shreds'
of authoritative Information. 1". lit ,
ti.oso shreds, coupled witn tho plain
trend of what Is being done by the
league itself, are strikingly convlnc-:
On Friday last a session of the sec
retariat of ;h- league of nations began;
I In San Sebastian and the chief busl
Iness of that session Is to take an of f I -,
' cial action w hich bears away from
President Wilson s notion eif the league1
of nations and moves straight In the
direction of that conception of Inter
national relations which is indorsed by
!the Republcan platform, which wasi
repeated by Mr Harding In his speech j
jof acceptance and w hich was Be t out I
Specifically by Senator Lodge's speech i
jol notification to Mr. Harding
Moreover, this action which the;
league of nations Is now engaged In
adopting officially la one which was
proposed and winked out in detail by
Kllhu Root, the writer of the Republi
can plank on tho league of nations Is
sue. The difference between Presl-1
dent Wilson s conception of the league
I of nations and that conception whlchi
niosL. in l lihu Knot's mind and which
I Mr. Root has neiw succeeded In per-j
lauadlng tbe i-n g u.- of nations Itself toi
adopt Is a difference In principle BO
wlda as to be practb niu contradictory.
TURN IS COMPLEX,
j Ths turn In the Internal history ofi
the league of nations La complex and
It Involves some difficulty of state
Iment, but it Is so Important both In
Itself ii ml In Its bearing on the present.
American campaign, as to Justify al
most any effort at understanding.
Voui correspondent shortly after the'
Republican convention at Chicago -on;
June 10. said that "the spirit of the
Republican platform tends toward the'
revival and perfecting Of The Hague'
tribunal whereas the- spirit of the!
league of nations is to create a su
perstate with a court of Its own, and
(.Continued ou 1'aco ToJ i
j BAND PLAYSAT I
i $200 FUNERAL OF I
; NEW YORK. Aug. 3. The !
scriptural assurance that spar
, rows shall not fall unnoticed, '
I was given material application
I to a pet canary bird today. Jim
1 mie, the littU songster, choked
: to death yesterday on a water
! melon seed and so grief stricken
was hi. owner, Emidio Russo-
manno, a 65-year-old cobbler,
I that friends contributed $200 1
I for a funeral, including a
hearse, a little plush-lined cas
ket, five mourners' coaches and
a fifteen-piece band. The cob
bler plans to erect a monument
THE CRANK' OF
Man Believed to Have Ob
tained $12,000 From Heart
Broken Parents Arrested
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 3. Federal
authorities announced today that the'
man arrested at Kgg Harbor. N. J .
late yesterday in connection with the,
kidnaping of the infant son of George
H. Coughlin Is the Individual who
wrote. letters to tho Coughllns and'
signed himself "the crank.'" Other de-1
tulls were refused for the present.
"The crank" not only wrote letters
but he used the telephone. The father
was Induced to proceed at midnight to
a lonely spot where he placed 112,0001
and then Went homo to await thc re
turn of Ihe child After many days
ho was forced to the conclusion that!
hi had been swindled.
"The crank'' rccontlv Started an-(
other letter writing campaign, this
time demanding J10.000 for the re-'
turn of the child, and postal lnspeo-i
tors say they have him in OUStOds
ALLEN HAS OPPOSITION IN
RACE FOR NOMINATION
KANSAS CITY. Kan , Aug. 3 Kan
sas- ludav nominated candidates for
senatorial, congrcfslonn) and stute of-,
l'ices and chose ten presidential elec
tors for each party.
Governor Henry J. Allen was op
posed for tho K publican nomination
by George Snow of Oakland, who an
nounced he epei ted the i'ami-Labor
oto because he himself had been h
The only Democratic contest was for
the gub rnatorh'.i nomination which,
was sought by Jonathan Davis ofi
Bronson; W. S Hyatt of ParBonB, O.
O. Polls of Wichita, and O. T. Wood 1
of Libt i al
Socialist candidates for congress
were being nominated in six of the;
eight congressional districts In the
STOCKYARDS CHARGE BY
RAILROAD HELD UNJUST
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 Collection!
of charges for unloading and loading
livestock In addition to the rates on
livestock to and from Chicago stock-;
yards was found tod;iv bj tho Inter-1
Btati commerce commission to be an'
unlawful and unreasonable practice. I
In deciding the case brought by the!
Chicago Livestock exchange against
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa 'v
railwa) company, the commission held
that loading and unloading of live
stock in the Chicago yards was a dut
of the railroads
LIQUOR WORTH $2,000,000
NETTED IN CHICAGO RAIDS
t'HlCAGO, Aug 3 Liquors valued
at $2,000,000 have been confiscated by
pi'Ohibitioh officers in the Chicago dis
trict since January 16, Major A V.
Dalrymple, prohibition enforcement
eiiief. announced today. During that
time liquor valued at $2,446,000 was
NEW YORK, Aug. I The Schulte
Retail Stores corporation, tobnrcon
Ists. today declared a dividend of 60
per cent, payable August 24 on all
common slock of record on August 9.'
i MAKE SWING
: MOUND CIRCLE
iDemocratic Vice Presidential
I Candidate Announces Speak
ing Tour of Nation
ITWO OTHER SPEAKERS
TO ACCOMPANY HIM
Ogclen Members of Party
Make Arrangements to Greet
Cox' Running Mate
NEW YORK, Aug 3. The complete
Itinerary of the western speaking tour
of Franklin D, Hooscvelt, Democratic
vice presidential candidate, beginning
i In Chicago August 11 and ending In
IndllUiappUs August 81, was announc
ed at Democratic headquarters here
today The tour will bo made in a
Mr Poosevelt will speak dail) ex
cept Sundays He Wll be accompanied
by two speaKers of nntlonal reputation
one a 'distinguished and forceful wo
man speaker of the wevr' who has not
Tho itinerary follows
August 11, (night). fJrst speech at
I August 12, (npoh), at Milwaukee,
wis., and night i. m Madison w is.
August 13, (noon), Minneapolis, and
might) St. Paul
August 14, some South Dakota city
to be chosen later.
August 1 fi, probably BISmark, X D.
August 17 and 18, In Montana, prob
ably three speeches, at Hillings, liutte
August 19. (night), Spokane. Wash.
August 20, Seattle- and Tacoma
August 21, Portland, Or
August 2 3, San Francisco.
August 2i. In Nevada, probably
He no ami another city
August 2. Salt Lake City and ug
den August 2", Cheyenne, Wyo.
August 2S. in Nebraska, probably
AugUBt 2S (night), or August 30.
some place In Iowa.
August SI, final speech of trip in
H I TO! R
Announcement of the Itinerary VW
matlo by Senator Pat Harrison, of
Mississippi, chairman of the speakers
bureau of the national committee.
It wan also announced that Senator
Harrison ami George W hite. . hairman
of the national committee will spend
august G. 7 and 8. m Dayton. con
ferring with Governor Cox and other
members of Mr. While's advisory com
mittee laying out plans for a western
trip by the presidential cundidate.
Weber county Democrats are await
ing more detailed information pefOFC
making definite plans for the reception
of Franklin D. Hooscvelt, who Is
scheduled to deliver an address here
H was announced that the largest
theatre available would be obtained so
that the greatest number could hear
the vice presidential nominee.
Local Democrats are also looking
for an announcement soon bl tht date
when Governor Cox, the Democratic
nominee for president, will be in 'g-
den They point out that Governor j
Cox assured Senator William II King
that he would make two and possibly
three addresses In Utah.
AIRED BY PRESIDENT
CHAMPAIGN, 111 , Aug. 3 Presi- j
dent David Klnley of the University
of Illinois tonight nnounced a com
plaint had been made to him l a
! professor that certain prof, .vsors lwl
a ted "unbecomingly' .u parties gi n
'at the complaining teacher's home. A.
divorce suit and a suit for alienation1
1 of affections would be instituted, he1
President Klnley added that Profes
sor Wilson of the alhletb department!
offered his resignation previous to the1
complaint and that Basket ball Coach
Ralph Jones hfd resigned following
the complaint. He sai.i an Investiga
tion was being conducted.
WOMEN CAST FIRST VOTES
IN OKLAHOMA PRIMARY
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Aug. 3.
Women voted 'or the first time in an
Oklahoma state election today when ai
statewide primary held to nominate
I candidates on the Democratic Kepub-
lican and Socialist tickets
The principal contest was over the1
I'emocratlc nomination for L'nitedi
Slates senator. Thomas P Gore, the I
incumbent, sought renomination and I
was opposed by Representative Scot!
SMASHES WAY I
.Polish Armistice Delegation
Sent Back to Capital by j
ANOTHER BIG FORTRESS !
i FALLS BEFORE ATTACKERS
Provisional Soviet Formed in
Part of Poland Taken by j
(Hy the Associated Press) j
All advices today indicate that th I
situation in Poland, from the Polish I
allied standpoint, i approaching c I
The Polish delegation which wen I
to Baranovltchi to negotiate an armll I
tlce not only failed to obtain term? I
from the Russians, but was sent bad1 I
Ito Warsaw by the soviet authorities I
(Who demanded that the ommissnrle- I
obtain a mandate to take up peace I
, negotiations. This will delay tho be- I
ginning of the armistice negotiation!; il
until tomorrow al the earliest. !
! Meanwhile the resistance of tho Po- SI
Ush army, which apparently had been I
stiffening has again relaxed under the I
.tremendous pressure of the Bolshevik I
i armies. Warsaw from which the I
I Russians are now only sixty m'.les dls- H
that, seemed critically menaced. If not (H
doomed to capture. Americans re- !H
jmalnirig there have received official H
I Intimations that they stav.at their owr.
Coincident with the serious military I
development -i comes an announcement H
from Moscow that a soviet government MM
had been set Up In the portions of MM
Poland which the Bolshevik! have
j ever-run, MM
PORTRESS topi. I s ;
WARSAW, Aug. 3. (By the Aasocl- MM
ated Press) BresuLitpvsk, the last H
I great fortress guarding Warsaw from H
; the east, hus apparently fallen beforo MM
.i tremendous assault by the Russian H
Bolshevlkl. North of that place ao it
foree. have smashed their way for- MM
ward in their drive westward to a M
I point only sixty miles east of this citv. M
over a front of 120 miles Polish MM
forces -ire being pounded to pieces be- JH
(fore the rush of : ,k hordes Mm
i w hich are being hurled into the battle WEm
I In a desperate attempt t0 capture War
saw before the conclusion of the arm
istice conference at Kobryn.
An offhial statement issued last 9
night showed the soviet armies had H
.reached a line running from Kosalkl
ito CiechsTnowics, which is only sixty
miles from this city with which It is
I connected by an excellent automobile
PARLE DEI AYED I
LONDON, Aug. :t Negotiations for M
an armistice between Poland and sov- mU
Rueaja nave been delayed, accord-
Ing to a wireless dispatch received MB
here from Moscow It says the Polish
delegation left Baranovltchi for War- Mmu
saw on Monday to present to its gov- Mmu
ernmi al the soviet demand that the
.Polish delegates be given mandates for
signing, not only an armistice agree- Mmm
ment but also a protocol setting forth Lm
j fundamental conditions of peace Lm
"Without ihls." the message de- Lm
dares, it will be impossible to con- MmM
j elude an armistice.''
The Polish delegation was empow- LM
ered merel) to arrange for a haltinR Lm
of hostilities. The soviet delegates
proposed th;it another meeting of the
: armistice commissions be held at
.Minsk August A, tho dispatch says, 9k
LONDON. Aug 3. A provisional 1
soviet has been formed In the part!
of Poland that have boon occupied
by soviet troops, according to wireless LM
; messages received beer from Moscow
I today. MMM
Julian Ma.aklcvsky is chairman of
the newly formed body, adds tho dis- MMM
The new soviet has issued a man!
festo to the laborers of Poland exhort
ing them to "rise against Pilsudski a
bourgeoiso, land-owner government " Mmm
The manifesto declares that a stable
peace between Russia and Poland Is MMt
only possible through Soviets of the
WHEAT JUMPS QUICKLY
ON EUROPEAN WAR TALK
CHICAGO, Aug. 'J Wheal made a LM
steep advance :n price today as a re
suit of Increased speculative buying
stimulated by European war talk. In
a little more than a single hour nn
extreme upward swing of I5c a bushel
had taken place. March delivery touch
ing $2.30 aa against $2.15 at yester
Later the market jumped still MMM
hlghei and before midday had scored MM
164 c gain December delivery reach- MMM
1ns u top level of $2 39, compared i
with 12.13)4 al yesterday's close. MMM
Then a setback of more than 6 cents AM
Something like old-time spirit was i
shown in the trading pit with transac
tions at a much livelier rate than has i
been the rule since business in fu
lure deliveries was resumed.
Tin- most significant bullish factor
SS vlowed in some mi.irters was a mMm
statement that the British royal com
mission was asking exporters to offer
wheat In any position possible. MM
J. P. MORGAN WILL BUILD
A 33-STORY BUILDING
NEW YORK. Aug. 3. Tho vast en
terprises of .1 P. Morgan and com
pany In this city will bo grouped under
one roof. It was learned today through
the firm's acquisition of the Mills
building at Broad and Exchange place.
This structure will be replaced by a
.i.'i-stotv office building The propi trt MM
adjoins the present Morgan banking