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12 THE OGDEN ST AND A RD- EX AMI IN t, R FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1920. jf
Trading on Salt Lake Board
Continues Slow With
The trading this morning jii the Bait
Lake Stock & Mining Exchange con
t;nued rather slow- with the prices In
the majority of the Issues about steady
ff j tone was about the only slock on
the hoard to show any activity what-t-.er.
opening at Sic and advancing
lapidlv to Sic, closing with 80c bid
and 81c asked Tlntlc Standcrd. which
has been a very active Issue for the
past several days', showed no life this
morning, closing with $3.86 hid and
?3.40 asked. no shares changing
Black Metals was the heaviest trader
of the day. 14.000 shares changing
hands at 5c, Eureka I-ilv was very ac
tive at gtf and 64c Columbus Rex--.11
brought 38 and I80, lion KliiK
i old at 21 and 21,2c, .Mlciigan-Fiali
( hanged hands at 3c. Eureka Rullion
went at c. Prince, Con. sold as low
B as 2 7 Vic. Sells was a trifle weaker,
hanging hands as low as c. Silver
King Coal, sold from J 1 60 to $1.66.
South Standard brought 24c, and West
Toledo was steady at 5c.
(Quotations tarnished over private
wire of J. A Hogle Ik Co.,
Albion . J
American eon ' A a
Aila Tunnel ' ,
Beaver Copper 0014
UU H1H . 03
Kip Cottonwood - 3
Bullion 0 Pc,
Black Metals 04 ia
Columbus Rcxall ... 34
Crown Points 01 Vi
olorado con 0 .06
.... i in
Dragon Con .J
Daly West 00
East Crown Point . . 01
Hast Tin. Coal I ' or
East Tin. Con 07 'l5
Fa: re k a Uilv , ' 4
KureKa Bullion 07 Ji
Empire Silver 04 H 044
Gold Chain 06 ft'
Grand Central "ni"
Judge Mining 3 80 t,l&
Leonora iS"" I
Eehl Tintic . . -0'.
.M:iv Day 01
Mammoth 2 1 '"
Moscow , , i
Mlchigan,-Utah "J 1
North Stan -
New Qulncy ?5 "l','2!
I'nohongo 00 00
Kalldrlver 61 .70
I llutus JO
I l'rlnce Con
novo 04 0
Rico Argentine "'-
Rico Wellington . -
Sells - 06V4 06
Sil King Coal'n .... 1.60 16o
Sil King Con 1 85 1
S-cux Con "! -04
South Standard Vl
Silver Shield 16 4 17 ,
Tar Baby -'a
Tintic central . ... "l's 02 '
Tintic Standard ...8.86 3.40
L'uih Cons - 01 .02
1 ncl Sam . " 4
Victor 01 .05
Union Chief .. 05 Vt .0,
West oTIcdo "j 06
W tlkf r 3 B . j
Yankee 02 "4
Black Metals 12.000 at 5c.
Eureka Lllj 30'in at 6C
Columbus Rcxall 12tu at 3M-2C , 55 j
Iron King 1000 at 21c: 500 at 2lVjC i
Keystone 100 at Sic, 100 at S2c. 100,
at 83c. 100 at 84c.
Lehi Tlntlc 1000 at 8e
Mlchigaii-Vtah 1000 at 3o
Eureka Bullion 500 at 7.V&C
Plutus 100 at 31c
Rrlnce Con. 600 ut 2 Sc.
Sells 500 at 6c
South Standard 500 at 24c.
Victor Con. 2000 at 2c
Black Metals 2000 at 5c
I Eureka Lily lono at 6 '4 1
Columbus Rexall 400 at 3 ':c; 17 at
, Emma Silver 1000 at 4c.
Prince Con. 200 at 27Vic
, Sells 500 at 6ic.
Silver King Coal 300 at SI . 60 ; 100
at $1 . 65; 100 at $1 . 62 'a
! West Toledo 1000 at 5c.
Walker Mlnlnp 100 at J ', l.U
CHICAGO. Aug 20 Wheat started
weak toda on local selling word be
ing received that no new orders from '
abroad were Ln eyldeence After open
Iris; 1 to 2 cents under yesterda) s fin
ish with r-c-cemher $ 2 3 ' f; 1 6 and
March $2.37, the market displayed)
farther weakness and prices soon cai -1
rlcd three rents below the low point ,
of the previous day.
There was scattered liquidation on
111 trK- corn at the opening and the
j q.iai'kpt started sharply lower, some
stop loss orders belo cauftu in Sep
Prices dropped rapidly because of
lack of support. Ther was a good
class of bulng In evidence on the'
break, a strong eomniiKslon house tak-(
ir.g conslderablo September The mar- (
kti opened unchanged to r lower
with September $1.4001 10Vi ;i.nd
Decembei $1.20,01 and then
-howen further sreakness
Oat were ln sympathy with corn
and although there was a sale of 100.-1
000 bushels caHh oats made to Now 1
York export rs bite yesterday the mar
kM started unchanged to c lower,
n th September 66 g'67c and Derrni
hei 671, there being reports of fa
orable weather condition over the
Provisions showed t. firm undertonf
at the start, with most of the business
bt ing done In l.ird.
OGDEX LIVESTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts 159; choito heavy
steers $8 . 60 Q 3 . 00 , good ateers $8 00
fl S 50; fair steers $6.60t(?7 5.
choice feeder steers $6.007.00;
cfttoiCe cows and heifers $; "O1S6.75,
Ifulr to good cows and heifers $5 00$
6 00, cutlers $4,0006.00; canners
$3 00 fi 4 . 00 . choice feeder cows $5 00
r-t f, 00; f;i bullw I4.60OK.00; bologna
bulls $4 00 4.60; veal calves $9 .00
Hogs Receipts none, choice fat
IfOgS, 175 to 250 lbs., $13.25(514.00,
t .lk of sales $13 . 50 ft 13 . 76 ; feeders
$11 . 000 12 . 00.
Bll ;ep Receipt- none; choice Inmhf
$10 009 10 60r wethers $6 . 507 . 50;
fat ewes $6 000 5 50, feeder lambs
Baily & Co , Faust, Utah, 1 load cat
tle; Joseph Anclensen, Stecco, Idaho.
2 loads cattle, Idaho Packing Co , Po
calello, 2 loads cattle.
STOCKS GO UP
Busiest Day of Week Sees
j General Improvement and
1 NEW YORK Aug 20. Substantial
advances were piade by a number of
prominent Issues at the fan ly actlr
:upcnlng of today's stock market.
SllbrtS again 1 overed ciulte extenslcl
'on favorable oernlghl advices from
I abroad. OHi niotor, steel, equipment
and food shares gained 1 to 8 points
OOnsplCUOUS fealureS embraced Mexi
ean and Tan-American Petroleum.
Crucible and Replogle. Vanadium and
Gulf Stales steels Stromberg Carbu
rwtor, New York Air Brake. American
' Iteet Sugar. International r pei nnd
American Writing Paper preferred.
railroads were, s negligible factor,
nil hough ste.id and shipping were lr
The market became more active
Within the first hour, trading for the
looming reaching larger proportions
M hnn on ;iny pe loux day of the week.
j Tho demand Included a number of
istotks that suffered severe impair
roent In the general decline of recent
das, particularly oils, sugars and mo
tor accessoilcs. Houston Oil gained
almost ten points South Porto Rico
Sugar five and jfCelly-Sprlngfield fn"r
Bethlehem and Lackawannn were
ndded ti the stronger sti-eis anil gains
of 1 to 14: Points attended the buy
ing of rails under lead of Canadian
Pacific and Reading
Call money opened at 7 per rent
and perceptible improvement was
1 run b British, French and German
Trading .Jiell midda. but the
generdl Hsl held or added to early
gains Shippings and low priced rails
uerc the chief features, Atlantic Gulf
making an extreme advance of .'
points with as much for Baltimore &
Ol;io and a further gain to- Ri-iding
KY YORK 8TO( R Ids I .
A llls-Cha Inici s 31
'Amerlciin Heel Sugar 7 3 '-j
American Can . 34 '
American Car & Foundry 134
I American Hide .SL- leather p.'d 74't;
An erlcan. lnteri.jtinnal Corp. . 7 1 s
American Locomotive 95
Vmerican Smelting & Kr-fg . .. 55 'a
American Sugar ' 1 1 .1 -
American Sumatra Tobacco . . , . S4 ;
American T & T 9 6
Ameilcun YVoolen 7S ,
Anaconda Copper 52 '
at!., tJulf A W. indies 136
Baldwin Locomotive lei
Baltimore Ohio 37 1
Mi (hlehern steel R" 74
Canadian Pacific 119
' ' litral Leather 55Vb
(.'Handler Motors s
Chesapeake & Ohio , . 57
Chicwgo. Mil A ,3L Paul oZ2
1 Ihicigo, R. I. I'a- 34 ,
1 ') lno Copper 26
Collorado rSiel A Iron 35
1 uclble Sterl 133
Cuba C:ne Sugar 36
General Electric 141"
ne.al M0101S 2't
Goodrich Co 56
(ji eat No; thcrn pfd ... . 72
Urcat Northern re Clfs 314
Illinois Central 85'4
I irplration Copper 46
int. Mor. Marine pfd 734.
Iiileriiational Paper 29 Vfc
KenneC'ot't Copper 23 S
Louisville A: Nashville 97
Maxwell Motors LlVi
Mi xlcan Petroleum 158
Miami Copper 19
.Middle States Oil 12
Mid Vale! S'.eel 3 934
Missouri Pacific 2696
Now York central 71
V Y , N H. & Hartford 33
Morfolk X- Western . 'hi U
Northern Pacific 73
Oklahoma Prod. & Ref 3 vi
Pan American Petroleum .... 85
Pennsylvania a ... 40
People's Gas 28 I
Pittsburg A W Va 27,is
Ray Consolidated Copper .. 14 &a
Reading 89 4
Rep. Iron &: Meel .. .. .. .. Sl
Loyal Dutch. N". Y 814
Shell Trans, & Trad 49U
Sinclair Con. Oil 26 4
Southern Pacific 924
Southern Bali ay 27
Standard Oil of N. J. prd. 106)
Btudebaker Corporation , t-2 4
Tennessee Copper OS
Texas Co . 46
Tex-as & Pacific 2 4 -
Tobacco I'roducis 63
Transcontinental nil 10-"H
I I nlon Pacific 117 4
I . S. hood Products . 58i
I S Retail Stores 07
L S Ind Alcohol 84
United States Rubber 86
Cnlted SLMea Steel SS-,
1'tah Copper 61
VYestlnghousc Klectrlc . ....... 47 l
j Willy's iverland 1 0 4
American Zinc, iao and sm . i2'2
Butle and Superior 1 'J
Cnla Petroleum 26
Montana Power 6
ShattUCk Arizona S 4
( Hit (.) IT 1 I RIA
CHICAG Aug '-'
Open High Low ClOJe
Dec $2.35 2 37 2 34 2.37
March 2.37 2 3S 4 2.36 2 38 4
Sept. 140 1.45 138 1.3''-
Per 1 20 L22 4 1.19 4 122 4
Sept. 68 Vi .6UVI 67
Dec .67 .68 66 .67
Sept. 2 1 10 24 10 23 75 24.00
'rt. 24 S5 24 90 24.6". 24 6.5
Sept 18.26 IS. 40 1 8 07 1 8.1 7
Oct. 18.80 18.80 18.20 18.50
Sept. .... 14 751
Oct. 15 25 15.32 15.15 15.15 j
CHICAGO, Aug. 20. Cattle Re
ceipts 4000; choice steers strong to
25c higher, top $1 7 25. others slow,
bulk PCHJd and choice $15 OP (fir 16 7 ',.
best crasser s $13 50 iff 1 4 50, mostly 1
; 1 1 mmon and medium grades ve:ik
89. 0OC 1 - 50; good and choke COWS
$9. 76012.60; canners 84.004.76;
(steady; in between kinds $8.6008.75;
very uneven and weak, bulk bologni
slow $5 00 ft 7 . 00 ; calves steady, bulk
choice vealers $14.505 15 00. stockera
'and feeders steady
Hogs Receipts 13 000; uneven 1 5 Q
1 2 5c lower than -terda nverage,
I early top $15.76; hulk light and
ll.utchcrs $14 90 j 16 60; hulk packing
sows $11 imi'om 85; 1'igi 86O6O1
lower, bulk desirable kinds $13 oOij'
sheep Receipts 10.000; Steady
;lo strong. spot higher no choice
I lambs, here, top natHe $1 2 00; top
western $12.50; deck light fat year
lings $9 Ml; best fat ev.rs $7 00. best
fei ilinj: lambs $12 85
MOM Y M RKirr.
NEW YORK. Aug 20 Bar Silver,
domestic $1 01; foreign. $1 01 ,
j Mexican dollars 7 6',tc.
I Mercantile paper unkhahged; ex--l-.inge
firm; sterling, demand $3.
6" i4 . cables $3.61.
P'rancs. Demand 7.10c. cables
I Belgian francs. Demand 9.61c; ca
, bles 7 63c
I Guilders Demand 32 65, cables
83 . 75.
Lire; liemand 4 6."c, cables 4.6 5c.
' Marksi Demand 1.8.7c; cables i .98c.
I New York exchange on Montreal
I I 4 per cent discount
j lime loans strong, unchinged.
I Call money Steady; high i per cent;
,low 7 per cent ruling rute 7 per cent;
1 lo.-ing bid 6 pei cent, offered -it 7
per cent; last loan 7 per cent
KANSAS CITY UVE8TOCK.
KANSAS CITY Aug. 20. (U. S.
Rnreau of Markets) Cattle Receipts
J.'.OO; quality plain, trade slow and
uneven with ail classes riiostl steady;
best steers otf-rcd 118.50; ie.xi heavy
COWS $9.76; bulk she-stock $6 00TQ 8.-
00 cahners mostl- $4.00O4-50.
Hogs Cereals 170a. geuerall 5ig
10c lower; extreme heavlett steady to
strong; packers tcu $16,15; bulk hgbt
end medium $16 00O15 15; bulk
heavy $ 1 I . 50 Q 15.00
Sheep Receipts 3000. slow; fat
dieses steady; most fat ewes $6. 00 fa
6 .... iop $6 6.0; arixona lambs $11.
25. natives $ 1 1 00.
CASH I'ltH i:s.
tJICAGO. Aug 20C Wheat No. 8
182.6602. 66Vs; No. 8 hard $2V5402 -00
Corn No 2 mixed $1 54; No 2 yel
Icw $1 . 69 5 1 f I 4
Oats No 2 white 71j72,4c; o.N 3
H'hlte 68 4 4j 70c.
R.ve No i $2 01 -0 2.07
Timothy seed $S 00(& 11.00.
Clover seed $25 ootjr 30.00.
Lard and ribs nominal.
Amai. Sugar $ 13.75 $ 14.16
on Wagon 102.0 0 103.50
Cemenl sec 116 00 117.60
Utah-Idaho Sugar . s.oo 20
Lion Coal 65.00 75.00
Lion Ronds 91 . 00
Amnl Sugar pfd. ... 99.50 101.60
1 'g. Pdrt Cement 9.50(1
rirai Nat Hank ... 330 .00
Securit) State Lank 150 00 155.00
1 ddard Packiug 5 . 00
l'. P & Lisht fd 90 . (10
OMAHA 1,1 V LsT ( K
o.MAHA, Neb. Aug. 20. ( L". S. Bu-
reau of MaTketa) Hogs Receipts
5500, uneyen 10fi2oc lower; hulk me
dium and liKht butchers $14 5fj 14 -50;
top $14.75; strong weight and
packing grades $13.7514.15.
Cattle Receipts 8000; beef steers
and butchei stock steady to 25c lower,
quality very common, veals 50c to $1
lower, stockers and feeders dull.
Sheep Receipts 1 2.000, generally'
Stead on all classes, beat range lambs
$11 50 (ft 12. 10
BI TTER AND EGGS.
CHICAGO. Aug. 20. Butter unset
tled, creamery 44 55c. Kgi.s higher,
i -ceipts l..".6!i cases; fit mi n ,-. ;, $7c;
Ordinary firsts 2g 43. , at mark, caes
included. 43Ti45c. storage packed
frrats 4m'c. poulary alive lower, fowls
'n 34t , springs 36c
LONDON. Aug. 20 Bar silver
68 d per ounce.
Money and discount rates unchang
ed. METAL MARKET.
NEW YORK. Aug 20 Copper.
Iron, antimony, lead and zinc un
changed Tin weak xpot ar.d nearby $4 7 25; 1
futures $ 4 7 60.
rAt Ixtndon Spot copper 93 1 's
6n, electrolytic unchanged; tin 207
10s, lead 15 Id.
NEW YORK, Aug 80. Libert
."4s S9.96. first 4s 84.34 bid; sec-;
end 4s S4.20; first 4'4s s4 7o sec1
ond 4 4" S4.46. third 4 S S7 92 j
fourth 4 Us 84 .7 4 Victory 3&s 95. 6C, '
victory 4 s 95.68.
CHICAGO, Aug. 2o Ho.atoes re-'
celpis 47 ars; market steadv Jersey
1 obblers $ - -r. 0 7 j 7-,. Mfnnt tots earh
mios $ l in n ,u
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug 20. Flour
Bran $ 42 . 00.
si G U M RKET.
NEW rORK vml 20. Rau sugar
quiet, centrlfugp.l $12.04; refined dull
fire granulated unchanged
AIRMEN'S BODIES BURNED
AFTER AIRPLANE CRASH
SAN ANTONIO, Aug. 20 S'econd
Lieut Irvine C Stenson and Cadet
Eerett H. Burson were instantlv kill
ed today when their airplane fe' in h
cornfield a few miles from the oity
as they wen- returning to then- han
gar at Kelly field.
The cause of the accident has not
been determined Fire almost dc-
. reivt-d 1 be alrplnne and the bodies
were scorched by flames.
To force fue) from a tank at a lower
level 10 aeroplane motSCt n French
man has Invented a pump operated
by an air driven propeller.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Holds
That New Projects Should
SPOKANE Wash;, Aug. 20 Frank
lin D. Roosevelt, Democratic candl
: t fii vice president, declared hlni-
t-1 f In favor of immediate resumption
I by the governmem of woik on recln-
:nuitlon projects in the northwest at a
meeting he addressed last night ln the
stale armory here.
You. In the northwest,' he said,
1 "are familiar with some of the work
Which has alreadv been done 111 using
the waters of our streams for the roc
ItimHtlon and de elopment of thou
sands of acres of nrld lauds. That
work must continue with vastly in
COS! 1 H 1. 1 ' 1 1.
It Is absurd to say that this coun
try can not afford the cost. Already
ex'sting operations, such ts that ot
tlif Yakima valley, have demonstrat
ed that the cost to the country is re
puld a thousand fold Already we
Know that the annual crop production
from most of these projects suffi-
'clent In value to cover tne whole cost
I Where we have spent a hundred
millions up to now. vse mu.M -pend ten
times tnut tiguio in the Immediate fu
ture. These projects are sound irom
s Lnanclai standpoint) but moo than
that they era of absolute necessity
to the proper economic future of the
w 1ioh nation. We must provide addi
tional lands and a greater foo l pro
due lion for oru increased population:
We must see to it that these proj bts
v. hp conducted foi the benefit Ol
bjnieseekers and homebullderi, and
net for the bene'fit of speculators oi .1
pri ilejred few
The lerrltorv embraced In the so
called Columbia basin project LI, tor
example i one of the first national im
i" .nee. Washington is not the only
state concerned, althcr 111 its building
or its future benefits. It belongs to
the whole nation and the general gov. -e-innienl
musi co-operate vith the
nerthwest in plans 01 such splendid
magnitude as thn; ."
ORE 11 im.s 1LONG ROI TE.
Improved highways In everj vt.ite.
wnterwas development and enlarge
ment of terminal ami pent facilities
also were urged by Mr Roosevelt who
declared that the Democratic party
wishes lo continue likewise the build
ing up of the American merchant ma
Air. Roosevelt arrived here shoitly
after R p ni after a day's Join ney
from Helena. Mom. tie delivered sev
Cral rear platform talks, among them
lit Missouia Mont , and LaUidrum.
Idaho At the latter town be asked
that the youngsters" mlgnl be per
mitted to shake hunds with him say
ing he had several of his own back
home A number avail d ;bemsclves
of the privilege
A more than perfunctory greeting
was given the candidate by one elder.
v oman at Rathdrum. Not content with
Making his hand, she reached up and
gave him a hearty kiss on the check
ll In turn patted her shoulder and
held a few words con v er.vt t ion with
A special train on which the cafldl
d te will upend tho next two days In
Washington, was made 1 1 1 here, and
a number of Democratic leaders left
vjth him after his speech li. r.-. tc, c.o..,
H e state aboard his train
FEARS FOR AIRPLANE'S
SAFETY ARE DISSIPATED
NEW YnltK, Aug. 20. The all
metal airplane, rarrving Kddle Rlck
enbacker and John Iarsen, was not
blown into old Mexico." but was
forced b; a windstorm to land neai
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, and Is ex
pe ted to complete its round trip trans
conilnentnl flight at a Long Island
flying field todav.
Officials 01 the company owning
the machine were unable to explain re
ceipt of a letter in umalia lat night
signed "Hickenbacker and John Iar
sen. ' stating that the plane had blown
FEARS ARE DISPELLED.
OMAHA, uk 20. News from New
York that the all metal plane with
Eddie Hickenbacker and John Larsen
had landed at Bellefonte, Pa, dissi
pated fears here that they were lost
The anxiety over their welfare had
been expressed b Gould Dletz. Oma
ha lumber elealer, who recped a note
dated August 14th signed Ricken
backer and John Lar.sen" and saying
the wind blew u-; into old Mexico."
A Mexican stamp and postmark
were on the envelope In which the
note was seni.
SWISS UNCOVER PLOT
AGAINST LLOYD GEORGE
LUCERNE. Switzerland. Aug. 20.
The- Swiss police have taken measures
to protect the British premier, David
Lloyd George, declaring thej have dis
covered a plot against his life. The
police laim to have the plotters un
der supervision In Gem 1
Mr. Lloyd George and his partv re
mained indoors today but a member
of the party stated that this was be
cause of the Inclement weather.
STEAMER LINES RAISE
EASTB0UND FREIGHT RATES
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug 20. A 2"
per cent increase jn nearly all easi
bound fieight rates effective Septem
ber 1, was announced here toda b
the Intercoastal conference, represent
Ing seen of the principal steamship
lines operating between the Allantiej
and Pacific coasts it was announced
thnr the Increases would not apply to
gulf coast ports and that new west
bound rates would be announced .--hort-
.Successor to Cantu in Lower
California Is Keeping
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Aug. 20.
Colonel Esteban anlu was hero in
day on his way to Mexico City to
confer with Provisional President do
la Hueria and General Alvaro Obre
con conrotnins recent events in the
! northern dlstricl of Lower California,
hnh ended when Colonel Cantu
surrendered the governorship of the
district to General Luis M Salazar
General Salaznr's first official acts
Included announcement that the Owl
gambling house. Just across fiom
1 the Lnltetl Stales, would be e loseij
on September 1 unless orders came
from Mexico City for its closing bo
fore that time, according to an
nouncement here by Vlto Alessio
Robles, special representative of
President dc hi Huefta, who was in
jstnimental In negotiations which led
,to Colone Cantu's surrender Lower
California saloons, closed last TueR
day by Colonel Cantu's orders, re-'
Imained closed. it la understood
Ihej will not be opened until iroops
: mobilized by Cantu have been dc- ,
mobilized at Mexicali.
Many families, including those of
a number of former Cantu employe?,
crossed to ihe Ajnejlcan side today.
Some explained that they preferred
to be in California in case of dis
missal from Ihelr official positions.
UTAH PLACED li
NEW ARMY ARE
Headquarters of Ninth Corps
Area Will Be Established
at the Presidio
W kSHINGTON, Aug 20. The war
department announced today the slat
groups composing the army corps
areas established ln accordance with
the provisions of the new army bill
and ;he headquarters of each area
sixth corps area to embrace the
States of Illinois. Michigan and Wis
iconsin. Headquarters at Fort Sheri
Seventh corps area to embrace th--1
states of Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado,
New Mex-ico and Arizona Headquar
ters at Fort Sam Houston, San Anto
, nio. Texas.
Ninth corp area to embrace the
slates of Washington, Oregon, Idaho.
Montana. Wyoming, lTtab, Nevada ami
California Headquarters at Presidio
I of San Franc. sco The headquarters
will be temporarily at San Francisco
until space la available at Presidio. It
is announced that upon the establish
I men: of these headquarters the six
headquarters shall be disbanded anil
I the headquarters of Porto Rico with
I Ihe islands and adjacent thereto foi
administration purposes be attached to
jthe second corp.- are comprising east
I en states while the territory' of Alask.i
'will be attached to the ninth corps
MEXICO WILL RETALIATE
IF U. S. SEEKS VILLA
EL PASO, Aug. 20. The govern
' ment of Mexico will demand the ex-
tradition of General John J i'rrsh
1 ing. other leaders of the 191b Ameri
can expedition a r force into Xiexb o
and Cnlted States army officers who
I since that time have crossed Into
I Mexico after bandits and for other
reasons without authority from Mex
ico" if the United States demands the
I extradition of Francisco Villa for per
( tralion In the Columbus, N Id.., raid,
according to reports published in Le
I'refejit la , published in San Antonlol
I and El Publlca, published in HI Pasp
The articles were published as em
anating from correspondents In Wash
ington. 1 ni'ed States officials here said tho
articles had no significance and were
for propaganda purposes among the
Mexican clientele of the newspapers.
APPEAL FROM SENTENCES
ST PAL L. Aug. 20. A. C. Townl. v,
president ol" the National Nonparti
san league, and Joseph Gilbert former
ly a league organizer today appealed
to the state supreme court from their
conviction and ninety day Jail sen
tences on charges of conspiracy lo pro
mote difiloyalt during the war
BORDER PORTS REOPENED
AFTER MEXICAN TROUBLE
CALEXico, Aug 20. Walter F.
'Dovle, American consul at Mexicali.
j Lower California today received no
jtice from the stale department at
Washington. P C, that orders had
been issued for the Immediate reopen I
ling of border ports between California
(and Mexico, closed Inst Saturday be I
cause of unsettled conditions
Pole Vault Record I
Broken By Yankee fl
At Olympic Games I
ANTWERP Aug. 20. Frank K.
POSS of Chicago broke two pole vault I
itcords in the seventh Olympiad con-i
tests today After winning first pi ice'
In the final of Ihe pole v ault event, I
I' oss continued upward nnd eventually'
cleared ff.9 metres, or 13 feet 5 In-,
ic. vvhlrlt Is both a ne v Olympic and,
England was first In the final he.it,
of the 8,000 meter Steeplechase race,
in the dymplc games today, when 1
1 lodge one of her stars, led the field j
across the finish.
Three Americans were In the f irst 1
six to finish. Patrick Flyr.n, Taullsl
A C. was second; Michael Devan
ney, Mullrr.se A. A., fifth, and Al ITnl
senbosch, Paullst A. A., sixth. Ambro
slnl, Italian was third and Matson,
Sweden, fourth. Hodge's time was lei
minutes 2 2-5 seconds.
The race was run ln a cold rain.
Hodge breezed home, having S lead
of 50 yards over Flynn.
Rrntus Hamilton. University of'
Missouri. Harry Ooelltz, Illinois A. C:
Lieutenant rc l. vidai. United states
Army, and K. Ellis, Syracuse Univer
sity, were the American entrants In
the classic decathlon, which began
today and will be finished tomorrow.
The American team In sword duel
ling defeated the Czecho-Slovak, elev
en victories to five, but was beaten by
the Swiss, seven to six The Amer
icans stand a chance to win second
IN I IIGHT THROWING
M. J. McGrath New York A.
was un-vhle to enter the trials In
throwing 'he iifi pound weight, ovvin?
to a strain lie suffered this week arid
Lieutenant Pober's. Lniteel States
Army, und John McEaehern, Olympic
club. San Francisco, failed to qualify.
America however, wart not shut out
of the finals, for P, J. McDonald, vv
York A C , won first place, throwing 1
the weight 11 meters, and P. Ryan. I
Laughlin Lyceum, took second place!
with 10.fiL'"i meters
McDermitt of Canada also qualified,
The first heat of the preliminary in
the 3,oon meter w alk resulted in , a
victory for Pavesl of Italy, whose time
was IB minutes 46 2-n seconds. Park
er, Australia, was second. T. Maroney,
Si. Anselms A. C third; Dawaon,
England) fourth. Peterson. Denmark,
fifth, and Seghers. Belgium, sixth
J. R, Pearman, New York A. C, was
ruled off for running.
Italy also won the second hent Trl
gerin coming home iri Li m!nutee 4 'I
seconds. McMaster, South Africa, was
second Remer, American Walker:'
club, third: W Rolker New York A
C. Fourth; Hehir England fifth ami
Gunn England, sixth. Freeman. Can
ada, failed to qualify
LOSE LIl iN'CE RUNS
American athletes have helel their
own in the short dash events antl some
of Ihe field contests, but as usual,
have yielded to the Old World in the
long distance runs. They are now
threatened by the Finns and their om
antagonists, the Swedes. In field
events. The United States has been
forced to stirrr-neler to Europe a num
ber of first place- In contests which
he has been hitherto accustomed to
consldei her own.
England was expected to figurv
strongly in the boxing events, which
lieR.in today. The Rrl'lsh entered
competitoro in all of the eipht classifi
cations, the other entries including
the United States, South Africa,
France, Switzerland Holland, Norway,
Italy and Helgium
Each ration was permitted two
competitor.-., with one reserve for each
Eight otinco gloves aro used and
each match, except in case of a draw
goes to four rounds or n knockout,
with three minute rounds and one
L VI I ZAR'S TROPHY
The challenge cup tjffered hy the
late empereirof Russia was competed
for, in addition to the usual Olympic fH
medals, in the decathlon events, which
began today. H. Wlshlntuler of Swc-
den, to whom the challenge was
awarded at Stockholm, after Jim
Thorpe American, the actual winner,
was declared a professional, has never
claimed the cup.
The decathlon comprises ten events.
Each nation is limited to four com
petitors I j
VMEJRIt: N WINS n.AH
Allen Woodrlng. Meadowbrook club, H I
Phlladelpiiin. won the 200 meter daslt KLl
today ni 12 seconds. The record 1- Vij
21 second-, made by A. Hahn of
the United States al S1 Louis In 1901.
Charles W Paddock finished sec
ond H s. Edward, England, third;
Lorln Murchlson, New York A. C,
fourth; G. Davidson, Nev Zealand. ftjBj
fifth, and Oosterlaap of South Africa,
sixth Amerli i Bcored fifte-n poit-.ts H
In the final 01 ihl e enl Woodrlng
'urc.-..i into th lead at the start and a .
held it the full distance, defeating ntf
Paddock by ;i lard, with the latter
2 1-2 yards ahead of Edward.
Edward Just nosed out Murchlson
for third placs In the final hundre,!
yards. Forty yards from the tape th?
three Americans were leading tho
field, hut Murchlson was unable to
Stand off Edward's savage drive at
ion METER in
Endahl. Sweden, won the first semi
final heat of the 4no meter run in
4t l'-.'i seconds. B G. D Rudd. Soutli
African, was second and J. C Davlsj
England, third. R. S Emory. Chicagl
A. A , finished fourth and failed tti
Geo gi B 3chiller, Los An;Mn a. ,. )
C , also was eliminated ln this heat.
Frank .1 Shea, United states Navy, B
red the second heat in 50 sec- nssiBM
ohds G; M. Rutler, England, Was
second and Dafel. South Africa, third.
J. E Meredith of the Nev. ork A.
C. finished fourth and was eliminated.
There Is but ono American left for
B. D. G. Rudd the South African
crnck, won the final heat of the 400
meter run today His time was 49 3-S
second.-. 1 -'-" seconds slower than the
record. M. P.iiler, England. . .
second, Engdahl, Sweden, third and
Frank J. Shea, United States Navy,
J C. Ainsworth Davis, England, nnj f
fifih and Dafel. South Africa, sixth.
All the finalists were flighty at the
start, requiring one pistol recall, due
to Dafel's break ( n the back stretch
Shea was hading b' a trifle, but ap
peared to lose speed on the second
turn, being passed by Rudd, Butler
and Engdahl At this time Shea
seemed to be experiencing elifficulty.
I JWIM! rtl WUR FIRST JcifiT
Nurml, the Finnish long distance
runner, won the final of the 10,000
meter run today. Guillemot, the
French champion, was second and J. H
Wilson, England, third The winner i
time was 31 minute.-: 45 2- seconds. HH
Macoarlo, Italy, was fourth; Manhes. JRiLb
Clfth ind Lumatainen Fi - . m
land. si th. Fred II 1'aller of tho ssHKl
Dorchi -: r cli b, thi only American in "r
the final, was distanced. LMnl
WILDCATS . 1
SAN FRANCISCO -Society women are buying raccoons as pets
tor social functions. The fad w;i started by .Mrs Vivian Gordon HEgfl.i
(left) and Mrs. Walter Variiey, shown hero with their raccoon ii t LgswLv
ford and s0?j sued
by r. r. stockholders:
NEW FORK, ug. 20 Henry Ford.
E Isel G Ford the Ford Motor corn
pans and othersa redefen Jants In a
suit filed in the supreme courttodny
by Leon Tannenbauin anel Benjamin
M, Straus as stockholders in the De
troit, Toledo and Ironlon railroad
which is controlled by the Fords, lo
prevent consummation of a proposed
75 year lease of the railroad ta.the
I cird interests
The proposal to establish a largo'
floating dry dock in Jamaica for the)
accommodation of .-hipping using the'
Panama Canal has been revived.
MRS. JOHN WAN A MAKER '
DIES AT ATLANTIC CITY
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Aug. 20. iBh:
Mrs Mary B. Wananiakcr. wife of isVKki
John Wanamaker, department store jfljEgclJ
proprietor, died today
She had b?en 111 for several months. LvHl
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