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I io THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1920. T
I; TRADING LIGHT,
Salt Late Exchange Sees Fcv
Changes in Local
The trading this mornlnit n mining
etocks on the Bait Lake Stock A Mln
inC Exchange was not very heavy,
prices in the main remaining the .in.e
Albion gained c. selling at 1 1 ':C
Dig Hill m'melnod the paint, selling
nt J4c, Alts '"on. closed at 4$ic. loa
1ns: Vc. Columbus Rcx..ll opened and
Uu&cd at 37 1r . Keystone brought j'.c.
Lronare pfOked Up lc, selling at 3c,
hill NOW Qulncy brought 5c. There
vaa no trading In Tlntlc Standard to
day for xhc first llOll In several days.
(jaoUftl rurnlabed orm piivmte
vv ir. mi .1 A lloglf A. Cm.,
I o Id BttfkttOB
A1U Con 04 $ .05
Albion 11 11
American on 01 " - ' -Alia
Tunnel 06 S
Beaver Copper 00 .01
Big Hill W 4
Big Cottonwood l
bullion 02 "3
Black -Metals 03 ."44
Columbus Rexall .. . .3" .3
renn Point 03 .04
Colorado Con 03
Cardiff 1 . 30 1 3T v,
I i agon Con 03 .012
Duly West 4.20 4.7S
i ist Crown Point ... oi4 .02
East Tin. Coal 00 .014
Last Tin "'on 07 .10
Lqreka Mines 04- .Of. 4
Eureka Lily 07 .o:
Kuiaka Bullion 08 .os
Emma Silver I 01
Empire Mines 04 .05
Gold Chain 06 .10
1BBBBBBBB Grand Central 4 5
Howell 054 07
H Iron King
BJH Judg .Mining .
m K. vstone
J May Day 02 i
H ..nimoth 35
H Mlchlgiin-l'tah "I4 .084
HHHl New Qulncy
h Prince Con. . -1
H Ialoma 01 J
Hlco Argentine u2 .03
J kl Wellington 1 1 . 1 'J
J BU King Coal. ... 1 66 l.ti
HV) gil. King Con l.io
HHVr Sioux con 03 .04
BBVJ South Hecln . .93
HBWj South Standard . .34
J Silver Shield 16Vfc
J Tar Baby 02
J 'Untie Central 01 V .08
BVJ Tlntlc Standard .... 3 .'0 3.27'i
HI 1 tah Cona " 1
Il ncle Sam 04 4 . n
1 Victor 0 1 --j
l nlon Chief 05 V .07
West Toledo ' i .01
Walker 3.';0 3.25
Woodlawn 11 uV
1 ankeo 03 . 04
Zuma 10 .114
Lmplre Coppei 10 . .40
( ipenJng Sales.
Albion 500 at 1 ...
Big Hill 1000 iit .(';
Columbus Resoll 2 it 3 7 V c
Keystone 600 at 85c.
New Qulncy U00 at 5c
Emma Silver 4500 at 4 4c
Eureka Bullion 1000 at 9 c.
Plutus 100 at 364c.
South Hecln 4m at 9Jc.
North Standard 5 00 at 3c.
Tar Baby 1000 at tc
4 o-in; Sab s.
Alta Con, 1000 at 44c
Columbus Kexnll 300 at 3 7 4c
Keystone 1000 at 65c.
Leonora Iion ..i 3c
Eureka Bullion 1000 at S'c.
Provo 1000 at 4'c
South Hecla 100 at 93c.
Silver ShleUt 100 at 17c.
North Standard 500 at 3c.
( Hit .U t.K IN.
CHICAGO. Sept. 13. Wheal tnoed
upward In pile today laigely as a re
sult of the meagcr.v ss ol rOCOlpUi
from the spring crops on both itdM
of the Canadian boundary. House
vlth seaboard connections were con
spicuous bikers ipnlnf pii4SOkj
which ranged from M to 1 'c hiRbvr,
with December $'.' 47 4 to 2 4s and
March $2 43 H to 2 .44, were followed
by moderate further gains
Despite liberal receipts, corn v.xs
firm In aympnih with wheat After
openlnc unchanged to 4c off. Includ
ing December at II. II 4 to 1 is 4.
the market scored an advance ail
Piospeetne export business In Ca
nadian groin atit ntftheueu oat Quo
tations, opened 4"' off to 4'-' up. De
cember 654 to 65 4c. anil ihe-o grad-
BBJ Provisions reflected an upturn In the1
J fefOS 1 M iiki 1
BBb NEW rORK, Sept Ij i'rtme mer-
cantlle paper $ per cent.
BBJ Exchange weak.
Btorllns: Doonnnd $3 11)4; csbiesi
i-'iancs: Demand 6.41c; cables.
B 1 .
1 rlan frmncfl Lenind 3c. t -
lGuldVr': Demand 31 00c. cabtea
BBfl vmind 4 22c. cables 4.24c.
B Marks: Demand I 74c. cables 1.75c.
B Time loans strons;. 60 days and
days and six months ! i'r cent
BBJ fell money stead), high 7 per n?
BBJ low 7 per cent, .ulmg 7 per cent.
B (losing bid Pr cent, offered at T
BBJ pat cent, last loan 7 per rent.
1 OMAHA Lit 4 1 1 M tx
BBJ MM A H.. Neb. Spt. 13. (L'nlted
BBj Sta Bureau of Markets Ho as
B . tre.pt It 000; market aenerally 16 0
26o htghar; bulk medium and light
B 116 1 40) 16 26, practical top $16.60:
BBJ ploce Of load TO; bulk strong
BBJ vrolfftot and packing grades 116 364
BBJ 1 1
MJ 1 , . Hereipts 14. 00". supply j
grassrs. no choice fed OtOri Includ
ed; market on beef and butcher cattle"
BB o 56c higher, veals St dj; stock-
BB rrs and feeders 25 0 60c lower.
B Sheep - Iteceipts 13.000. ktl.lng
BBJ f 'asces Bonoroll) sfadj : best eoriy
BB sale lambs 114 00; riders mostly 26c
BBJ higher, reeding ee 14 73: feeding I
BBJ lambs 113
f 1 MKT A I U VHK4 I
BBJ Nl V. VoliK Sept II Copper dull:
BB civtol.iU. spot. September and cto-
BBJ Let istt M c
BB Don steady; Su 1 nonhm 51 00 e
BBJ (J.O'C No 2 northern H 0 4j6 u.
T.n ste. dj . ept and r.ewrby 146 26;
BB led sttadj; spot l.5O0O.O4)c
BBJ ' Eat Sv Iuis de;.. erx
BBJ k 1 eN '! ' .27. 17s 6d. lead
BB 135 4s, line spot t3? a
ON WALL STREET
Upward Movement Is Partially,
Checked By Short Selling
NEW Y iRK, Sept. 13 The stock
market was firm at the o,ulet opening
Ol today's session, shorts covering on
1 he unexpectedly favorable shoalng
'of the federal reserve and clearing
house Lanka' weekly teports. Steels,
i-MU!pni-nts and oils which w re ODdOr
-re iirsxure last Saturday aere
lamonB B0 rir"t ot th prominent Is
ois to rally ("ruclble Steel and Am-
' eon Car calnerl l 4 points each and
Mexican Petroleum 1 point, with frOC-
, tional ailvances In several of the In
vestment rails- Specialties were IrreK-
lular. Retails Stores rising a larpe frac
tion and Indus, lul Alcohol falling
boi k almost 1 point.
Trading was light during the morn-
'ing but the tendency continued up
ward, especially in shippings, equip-
In ents, stels and oils The nore note-
;vorthy ftalns embraced Atlantic Gulf.
American I nw rnatlonal. I l'nlted Kruit,
Baldwin LoComotlVO, Westlnghouse.
'.Mexican and Pan-American I'etroK
cums,. Crucible, Bepubllc and L'nif J
Istates Steels, Barrett company and Na
tional Anallne. which rose 1 to almost
I", points. American Woolen and
BtrombOCfl I sToiirOtOI were Included
among the stronger specialties and
'rails were firmer on buying of Cr.lon
ii'acifle. Southrn Pacific. Reading and
j Eric common and flrt preferred. In
tiie bond market the new French Isrht
jper cent, regularly listed on the ex
change rood to the new hljrh of 101)4,
'but reacted to 101. Call money open-'
1 .it 7 por cent.
1 Btool llUiriM aolil for the short
arrount at midday . Republic loslnjc 14
points aud o:hers an averaire of 1
point Oils for(r-d ahead. however.
Me;rnns and Royal Dutch showlnc
enpeclal strength, hut equipments and
n Us were dull at irregular recession?
ll 1 (. I II E0XO4 K
CHICAGO, Sept- 18. tt'nlted States.
Bureau of Markets 1 Cattle Receipts
Xf.OOO; irood steers and yearlings
steady to strong, others lower, early
ti.p lis. 00; bulk Rood and .-hoico $16 -fc4j
17 50. bull, groflsv klf.'ls !.0049
I...J5; l.es. row opem-n su-ady $i.75
0-12.75; others weaker 16.50(33.50;
aiiiieis steady 14.2504 75; boloitna
bulls If.OOQ butcher bulls 7.-
fi 11.50, steady; calves slow to 50c
lower; bulk choice 114.76017.5.0? 1
i.ulk feeder steers s'edy . others and
;toc-kers unevenl.. iower; ranjre cattle
receipts 7500; .juality plain.
Hogs Iteceipts JfH.OuO; market 15
t'" 25c higher than S.i iii.li;. average,
.t.nts nore; Irtbotvcan grades ad-
Vapotd most. Top $17 .00. hulk light
and butcher 140.750 17.00; bulk
packing sows $15,004x15.30; pigs
.u.oni; to 25- higher.
Sheep Km eipts 25 000, sheep
Bloody; lambs strong to 25c higher, no
Choice lambs brrr, early top westerns
713.66. nativ es most I v 112.500 13.00;
la I e v .-s mo: I ;. $ ; h 7 5
CHI4 (. 1 11 HI -
Chicago, sept. i.
upen High I-ow Close
$.'.47 4 2 4f-4 2.47 4 2.49
March 1.124) 2 45' 2.4S 2 44
Bopl 1 T7 I404 137 140 4
Dec. 1.14TS4 1.10 4 1.18 4 113 4
Si pt 3 4 3 .63 4 ;3 4
Dec .654 664 -65H .65
G 61 .'4 00 24 00 23.70 23 70
Oct. 24 00 Z.0 Bt-IS 23 85
Sept. 19.75 1SC75 1?.65 19.65
Oct, 19.85 19.86 19 70 19.75
ct. 1 6.90 16.95 16. SO 16.80
sll I'llli 1 s.
CHI' AGn. Seit. 18, Wheat No. 2
.ed 2.5lf2.00V4j; No. 2 red $-' B
orn No. 2 mixed $1 411 42. No.
I mixed $1.40: 1.41. No 2 yellow
II fl 1 434
' to No. 2 white 614i6Cc; No 3
, v hlte 63 4c.
Rvp No 2 I 1 1 : i.mi.
K irley $1 Orty 1 06
Tlmothv seej $4 on ',, 7 7 0
1 ''lover seed 120.00 27 00
Lard $19 66
Ribs $16,254! 17.25.
M . ' IRK SU K
NEW V 1 ' Ft K . Sept. 13 Raw ougar
,uiet. centrifugal 1 61 . refined wns
c.sv and Miother refiner reduced
prices to thp basis of 1 5c for fine grnn
u.ated. The demand Is still Hp-ht and
what llttlr business It Rnlnc ..n Is in
second hand sugars which are avail
able at from 14 to 1 4 50c
Tndtng In sugar futures was nulet.
Vctlve positions at midday were about
5 points net lower.
m w koiti srocfi uisri
1 list Sale;
Anil-42boimorsi 34 4
American Heet .sugar aw
American Can 3 14
American Car a: Eoundiy ...134
American Hide a: Leatne. prd. . . 6V4,
Amorlcan international 1 01 p. .. V6S
American LooosooUtc Ex iuv.. ai -1
American Smelting A: Ueg 5V4
.merican Sugar Ill
American Sumatra Tobacco . . . 8 5
American T & T '.''4
v n 1 ..11 Woolen . . $1 ,
Atchison 6 1
All .. Gulf & &W Indies 14'
Baldwin Locomotive 107
Baltimore A Ohio 4l
Hethlthem Steel "B'' 74 4
1 inadtan Pacific 11 1 S
Control Lfother 554
Chan.) I. r Motors 10
l lieaapeake A- 3hlo 60 ls
Chicago. Mil A- St Paul 36 S
Chicago, R 1 A: Pac 36 4
L'hlno Copper 28 4'
olorado I-uel iron 24
Corn Products 66i 1
CntclMo Steel 122
ut. i i ane Sue.ir I 7
Eric 16 4
Qonerol Electric .141 4
: ni rai Motors 204
(ioodrlch Co 55 4
Great Northern pfd 7 7'4
Great Northern ine I'tfs 33
Illinois Central S8 4 B
1 rispiratlon 1 'oppei 474B
Int Mer Marine pfd 74
International Paper 7S4
ivennecolt Copper 26
Louuriille A- .ashviiii 1004B
liOXWell Motors 4,
Mexican Petrole um 17.' 4
Miami Copper 19 4 B
Middle Stutea oil 144
Mid vale Steel .'9 c,
Missouri Pacific 264
New York Central 7 4
N V.. N. H. ,Sc Hartford 33 4
Norfolk A Western ''4
Northern Pacific 7$
cklahoniH Prod. & Ref 4 4
I an American Petroleum 9ji 4
People's Gaa .324 B '
I IttObUrg A- W. 'a 21
kay Consolidated Copper 164
adlng ;i 1 -4
Rep. Iron Steel 7U
Poyal Liutch. N. V 8 7 4
Shell Trans. A- Trad 53
Sinclair Con. Oil 304
Southorn Poctflc m s
Southern Railway .. . 27T
Standard 1 Ml of N. J. pfd 105 M
Mudebaker Corpiuatlon 91
'l(nnesee 'opper u
Texas A- Pacific 36 4
Tobacco products K4 j
Transcontinental Oil 13 4
I nlon Pacific . . . 1 20
U. 8. Food Products 59 4 1
I S Retail Stores 664
P. S. Ind. Alcohol $3
I nlted states Rubber S5
I into, 1 states Steel 88 4!
I'tah Copper $4
Westlnghouse Electric 4S'-
Willys Overland 15
American Zinc. Lead and Sm. 124B
Butte and Superior 20
t'ala. Petroleum 26H
Montana Power BOB
Shattuck Arizona 84 B
rure Oil 34 4
Iv ss n J-E8TOCK
KANSAS C IT Y. Mo. Sept 13,
Hogs Receipts 3400 market 15 to 25c
hlpher, top $16.60, bulk 16.50h 16.
61.1 Cattle Receipts 4000; market
tendv lo 25r trtwer- t,rr, to tir,i
Itj 50; cows and heifers 13.754915.-1
25; calves $7 HO'Jj 15.00; stockcrs and
f, edero $6 . 50 j 1 1 25.
SheOp KtcelptS 1500; market
."'.-.-..iv, ewes $5 . 50'tr 6 75. lambs $ 12 . -75
BUTTER M EGGS,
CHICAG'). Sept. 13 Butter lower,
( rf amery 4 3 'a 5 6i
Eggs unchonBOd; receipts 111.774
cases. rir;;ts 5lW52c: standards 52Vac;
ordinary firsts t.'.'o 4 7c. at mark, r ises
Included. 48'?i 494c storage packed
f irsts 53 4 h 54c.
! Poultry alive unchanged, fowls gen
eral run 28c: springs 33c; turkeys 45c
1 1 1 -1 RTl r.'is 1 s
NEW rORK, Sept. 13. Liberty
?4s S9.8; flrrt 4s S5 14. second 4s
14.72; first 44a s5.72: second 4 4s
64.90; tblid 4'4S 88.22: fourth 4s
S ..4. Victdrj 3s 95.50; Victory
4 4s 95.48.
I OXDOSi SIL1 I K.
LONDON, Sept 13 Bar silver
59 4 d per ounce.
Money 5 per cent
Discount r ite?: Short bills 64
1". 13-16 per cent: three months bills
60O 13. 16 per cent.
1 Ml M LPOLI8
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Sept. 13.
Flour unchanged lo 15c higher: in car
i ;:1 lots, family patents quotd at
1 3 2" 1.1 '.11 a barrel n t i Lajiind
Bran $41 .005 42 00.
PI rr iTOl 6
CHICVG". Sept. II - Potatoes
needy. ircMpis 4'i cars: Jersc;- cob
blers IS-. 0549 2. II; Minnesota early
hlos $2 25 3 2 . 40.
SEW 1 RK sua I R
NEW YORK. Sept. 13. Bar sliver.
I AotttaettlC) 994c. foreHsjo i4c.
i Mex'ran dollars 714c.
j I'M 7CART) Of THAT BVAST IK TWt OVaE; Jk B
-HE LODKb IH ATRRB.t RAGt. USl fl WLk
ANI I'M TOUT) TtbVT "HE FOLLOWS X
ANt CATCtlt-S AMD bWAVLOWS, j feV
I 5 j -
fcllifffe,- TS5S -'
Scores of children, schoolword bound,
set forth from their homes this morn
ing 10 attend the flr.t day of school.
Some seemed to enjoy the reopen
ing of the schools, eepccloll) tht girls.
The boys pretended they u.-re happy,
while a few, not ashamed to express
sentiment", openly rebelled against
fate, preferring the flshintc. swimming
and hiking, to delving In the intrica
cies of the Multiplication tables,
U c l K S t Rl
To these last mentioned few. the
little red school house assumes pro
portions of an ogre, the clanging bell
Engiish Labor Paper Is Given
Soviet Money; Parleys ot
LONDON, Sept. 13 The Times this
morrins: says the Russian soviet eov -rrnment's
placing of 75.1)00 of 'Bol
sheAlk gold" In the hands of the Her
ald, the labor oraan. temporarily has
wrecked the work of the Bolshevik
commercial ml?sion tn lxjndon at a
moment when M Krooain and Lee
Kameneff, the commissioners, had
high hopes of immediate results.
Krassln and Kameneff. says the
Times, had an appointment vtth Pre
mier I.loyd George Friday to notify
him of the progretcs of certain trade
negot'atlons and the prospects of es
tablishing trade relations. But on ar
riving at Downing -treet. they were
politely Informed that the Heralds
announcement thnt it had In its pos
session the soviet gold had entirely
altered the situation and that until
that wa explained, it would be Im
1 possible to deal with any other sdb
1 Jects, in view of the understanding
I that while the Ritonjon wan here no!
propaganda should be attempted
His. I Ms KNOW I.KIM. 1
In a three-hour Interview. KreJeln!
assured the premier that he and Ka-i
meneff were entirely Ignorant of the
Bolshevik offer to the Herald and
Kameneff seld he was returning on
Saturday to Moscow, where he would
I consult his colleagues concerning the'
' grates against the sensitive fibre ofi
1 his being, and the green walls servlngl
OO blackboards' are repellent to his,
sight, so long as he is seated whi-ri-he
can look ut the hriliant picture of J
nature, framed by the window in the
j side of the ; hor.i house.
GOOD ITTENDANt I
Norma, registrations were recorded
in the various schools, according to
Bupl W Karl Hopkins Although no
figures could be obtained today, due!
t.. the feci that t. u phones have not
it been installed in the various
I. millings, the rep.irts from the Central
Junior High school and the 1 uden
offer. Meantime, says the Times, the
activity of the soviet mission has been
According to the Herald's verdon
of the Interview, the premier "fiercely
attacked Kameneff for alleged
breaches of faith regarding implied
obligation."- not to interfere in British
I Inte rnal policies." adding Mr. Lib) d
George charged Rmmeneff with dis
posing of Rkssihti precious stones In
Grcj Britain, of being instrumental
I In giving the Herald 76,000, of hav
ing relations with the council of ac
tion, and of deliberately misrepre
senting 10 the British government tho
j Ruoalan terms for an armistice with
ri 1 1 k IL PARI 1 STOPS
Mr. Lloyd George. According to the
Herald, dissociated Krassln from these
charges, hut he intimated fhnt Ka
meneff could rjot be trusted and also
that If Kameneff had not been return
ing to Russia on his own Initiative he
would have been asked to leave the
countiy Kameneff denied e cry
charge against him
The herald adds that the premier
regards the political negotiations as
definitely Interrupted but says the
trade negotiations will be allowed to
Some of the newspapers assert that
Kameneff will not be allowed to re
turn to England.
BATOUM QUARANTINED TO
STOP SPREAD OF PLAGUE
C NSTANTIN WEE. Sept. 12. Ba-'
toum. an Important port at the east
end of the Black, sea, has been placed
under quarantine as a result of arj
outbreak of a plague, there. Rear Ad
miral Mark L, Bristol. American high1
commissioner here, has ordered that,
Americans must be vaccinated before,
being permitted to travel on board,
American destroyers to DIack aeai
High school show a record brooking
attendance, according to principals Of
those two Institutions.
The doOrtl of the schools were
thrown open at 9 o'clock today and
gel-together nuttings held at all
schools. At the Ogdep High school
a rousing assembly was held, new
teachers being introduced to the stu
dents and other interesting details
concerning courses of study being
mapped out. Coach "Slubb"' Peterson
issued the first call for grid stars at
the morning meeting. The men will
assemble this afternoon for their f Irat
practice of the 1920 season.
Decisions of Premiers Are Re
vealed By Millerand After
MX EES MAINS. Sept. 12. CRv
The Associated Prcs. We must
end the war," said Premier Millerand
to the Associated Press correspondent
at the conclusion of his afternoon con
ference with the Italian pr mler. Slg
nor Giolltti. "The wr must be end
ed. That Is why we have given Po
land the counsel of moderation which
she seems disposed to follow
I "Our interviews have been most
cordial and confident. Naturally we
have agreed that an accord between
Italy. Great Britain ami France is In
dispensable not only In the Interest j
of the three allied pow ers but for thf ,
maintenance of world peace.
ATT I I l ll N 9t ' II Tl I
The treaty of Versailles must be en-
forced, as well as that of St. Germain
and the others because they ronstl-,
tute an entity, and one of them can
not fall without the others being shak
en. I am absolutely In accord with'
that point upon the formula accepted (
at Eucerne Treaties must be applied
with moderation by the victors and
with loyalty by the vanquished.
" We also discussed fhe question of
soviets. Evidently emh government
consults Its Internal policy before
adopting a precise attitude. You know!
what the French policy is. Tho poU-l
NOTICE Or SPECIAL SHAREHOLDERS
MEETING OF THE PINOREE N A- JM
TIONAL DANK. . . Hj
To. ibe Sbsrehold-rs of the Plngree N iB
II, ,-t . ( Ihe Posrd of Directors of
the Plngree Nstlonal Bank. I om Instruct sm
ed to ami io heren call s special meeting lsfl
of the shareholders, to be held st tho fM
banking rooms ot said bank. No Mel psfl
Washington ave.me In the Cl'v of Ogden.
of Weber. State of L'tah. on fM
Thursday, the ISth day of September. A. fM
D. 1920. at 13 o'clock noon, for the fol ssfl
1 To see if th" fhsreholders will raHf" 159
and confirm the sctlon of the Board of
1 rs in incrrcidng the capital stock fM
o' the 1 st.onal lisnk of Ogden. ppfl
1 (,th from one Hi rdred and Seventy five 559
Thousand (tlTS.OOa.Oul Dollars to Two
Hundred and Fifty Thousand tt25O.000 0O) fl
Dollars. Vf the 'sue and sale of seven IBflJ
hundred and fifty .75M shares of stock, of fljflj
the par value of ODe Hundred (1100 ) ol flflj
lars per share.
This in. -reuse ' stock Is to be sold at
16fi 7 per share and the present share flflj
holders sre peruuneil to subscribe for IBflfl
new stock in proportion to tho amount of flJJ
stock now held by them. flftnj
To rbsnge iti. name from Plngree
National I'.snk co Nstlonal Bank of Com- flfll
inerce " IAS
3. To take artton upon anv end all
matters and thl.ig.' that may come before flBmfl
said shareholders igaotlng nnd to transact I
such otb. r himines.4 than herein specifical
If designated as ma legally be transact- flflH
, n' said IDS ting H
I v M ES H RILEY W
Cashier of the rn grec National Bank of &
Dste of first publlei.tlon: August 11. 1920.
Date of last publication: September 15.
Conult County Clerk or the flespec-
tive Signers for Further wL$
NOTICE TO CREOITORS.
In I hi Dlsttiel I'OUrt Of the 5e. eir Ju;
rial District State of t'tah. Within and flH
for , her Count n IH
In the .Matter of the Krtate of Emma J. flj
Creditors w-tll present claims with flflflflj
v on. hers attached to the undersigned. ar flflfl
ministrator of the estate of Emma J. H
Williams d ceased, at the office of Royal flflH
. rial ISI David Kcclea building. Oe
1, n Utah, on or before the 1st day flfllB
of November. A. D fll
lute o' first publication August SO. 1
in. of last publication Septcmbei 27.
l'ev,i t loiigla) Attorney for Admmis
to be 1
tilement of the Adriatic question
. . 1 me ol oui tlm " t-"!
tlon Is unequivocal. Great Britain flflflflj
and Pronce, at San Remo and my-
self before and after San Remo have flflDflfl
stated tb..t neither Great Britain nor ( flflflj
i r .n.e hog 'he right to Interfere be- flflflH
two parties a question flflflj
concerns them alone."
l RB POI ISH MIUI HN
To The Associated Press lonlght M.
Millerand said he had reiterated to BflBJ
Slgnor Gtollttl that France did not IH
wish In any way to Interfere in the flBBH
tdliOtlc question hut that he hoped BH
Italv and J u go-Slav la w ould reach an BflBH
underotondlnf bj direct negotiations.
The premiers agreed to recommend H
moderation to I nland in her victory In BH
order that peace might prevail at the Bflfll
I not r-ure the Bolshev ikl were de-
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place before the Brussels financial BJBH
conference fixed for September 24."
ORGANIZED RELIEF WORK
DISCUSSED BY CATHOLICS
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of the clergy, the sis-
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