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g THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 16,
I IME MONOPOLY
I FEARED BY U. S.
I British Ownership of Many
! Lines and Its Effects Trou
ble Uncle Sam
WASHINGTON', Sept. 16. Anicrl
can eommiKslnnrrs tr tho International
donununicattona conference to te held 1
In Washington next mont held their
1 f!rM meeting yesterday at the state j
department. They began a study of.
the entire cable situation with a view
to preventing a threatened monopoly
j of cahles by other nations.
J Becntise of the commercial and
J diplomatic significance of the confer-j
H once, the chairmanship of the com mis- i
slon was recently transferred from I
Postmaster Burleson to l"nder-Secre- !
tnrv of State Davis who presided.
M W CABLE HAITED.
Officials s i id today ih:it ihe monop- i
H oly exercised by the British on the!
west coast of South America made It
Imperative that the American repre-
m ntatlves devise measures not only to
reach an equitable solution of that J
H qtinRlon, but nlo of similar adverse,
conditions confronting the I'nlted
'It was to await the outcome of the
conference that the state department'
recentl held up action which would
grant the "Western Union Telegraph J
H company permission to land a cable
at Miami Via , connecting with tho
H British cable from South America to j
th- Parbadoea. The state department
officials desired to determine whether I
th proposed lino would strengthen
the British monopoly on the Wl -t J
roast of Pouth America-
Dlsi iki CENSORSHIP.
In ihe preliminary study of the ca- I
ble situation made by the I'nlted
States. It Is estimated that Groat Brlt
H aln exercises control over more than
lO.auo miles of tabbs in the world,
or more than the combined total of
all other nations The United States
has control over only slightly more
than .".o.OOO miles. Of greater slgnift
I cance. however, according to officials.
J is that the United States obtains dl
rcjjf information, free from censorship
Hl J or the control exercised by other na
tions over cablts passing through for
eign territory from only the west
const of South America and to a llm
Ited extent from the Far East.
The great proportion of cable drs
patches reachinK the United States ll
i estimated In the government sur
vey. must pass through the control of
British. French or Japanese cable
lines. Practically all cablegrams from
Europe pass through Paris or London.
It Is to remedy this situation and to
arrive If possible at arrangement"
IIH 1 u-hsrnhv ,-ihlc mfssn cos in rimes of
I peace may be as free from content
and censorship as mall matter under
the conventions of the international
postal union, officials said today, that
American representatives to the con
ference are directing their efforts.
SALT LAKE FIRE CHIEF
ELECTED AT LOS ANGELES
tOS NGEEES. Sept. 16. B. F.
Powell, former chief of the Portland.
I 're', f're department, was elected
p resident of the Pacific coast asaocla
' tion ot fire chiefs at the closing busi
ness session of its 27th annual conven
tion here yesterday
Other officers chosen include: Vice
presidents. Arizona, W. D. Simmons.
Phoenix; Idaho. .1 ' Boyd. Wallace;
New Mexico, Charles Whiteinan, Ros
well, Nevada, R. B. Hawcroft, Reno.
Utah. W. H. Bywater, Salt Iake City;
Wyoming, Percy Hoyt, Cheyenne.
Butte was selected as the next con
vention city by acclamation after
Phoenix, Ariz., delegates had wlth
d.ayrn a nomination of that city.
I TRAINMEN'S BROTHERHOOD
HAS EXPELLED 86 LODGES
CLEVELAND. ').. Sept. 16 Elghty
sixv' lodges of the Brotherhood of Rail
road Trainmen have been expelled for
participating in the unauthorized
strlRe of switchmen last spring, W. G.
Lefci president, announced to members
Of the brotherhood's board of dlrec
Mr. Lee said that the brotherhood
I and the Switchmen 0 Union of North
Nnzerlca were not considering any
I REPUBLIC OF UH(T Mis
DETROIT M K S UFACTURER
(By International News Service)
DETROIT, Mich. Notice of suit by
the Republic of France for $150,000
In assumpsit was sered on D. E.
Hokln, president of the Michigan Steel
and Metal company.
The Michigan Steel and Metal com
pany Is a sales corporation for
Ings and metal supplier
Officials of the Detroit corporation
refused to discuss the suit, saying ih'-.
knew nothing of the cause f action,
l. it it Is reported that a war contract
III the cause.
TO HELP BUILD UP
THEIR STRENGTH. ENERGY
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST
I A Snap
7-room strictly modern
brick house and 4 acres im-
proved land, cheap for cash,
j Phone 275 1-W.
Scheme to Sell Co-operatively
Their Own Grain Will
Be Drawn Up
WASHINGTON. Sept in The
Amerieau Kami Runau feileratlon an
nounced , Bterday the personnel of the
committee of 17 appointed by l'rcsl
dent J. K. Howard to work out a
flan for co-operation marketing of the
American grain crop. Methods of co
operating piain elevator associations
In the middle west and of the Kral:i
ralssri of Western Canada will he
studied, as well as the system used in
similar marketing enterpriser by fruit
growers and other producers, the fed
eration s.nld, estimating that It would
rciuire two years of prepa rat ion be
fore a co-operative plan for the grain
crop could be put in action.
The committee Includes Oeorge Liv
ingston, chief of the United States
bureau of markets; Dr. H. J. Waters,
Kansas City: c. H. Qustafsop, presi
dent Nebraska Farmers' I'nlon; Wil
liam i. Kokhardt, Illinois state farm
bureau; C. V. Gregory, selected by the
American Agricultural Editors associa
tion; J, M. Anderson. Equity Co-opera-ilve
Exchange, St Paul, Minn.; P. E
Powell, Missouri Farmers' Grain Deal
ers' 'association. C. A. Bingham.
Michigan State Farm Bureau; J. C.
:.les. Kansas Equity Union; Dr. E. F.
Ladfl, North Dakota. Agricultural Col
lege and Republlcan-Non-Partlsai
nomlr.ee for senator in North Dakota,
I. J. Tabor, master. Ohio state
fringe; Clifford Thorne. Chicago,
counsel for shippers organizations,
Chicago; h. R Uslsch. Farmers' Na
tional Grain Dealers' association. Min
nesota, A. L. Middleton, Eagie Grove,
Iowa, and R. Snyder. Kansas state
NO PRICE FIXING.
I desire emphatically to deny."
said President Howard, that any pol
icy or plan Involving price fixing has
been decided upon by tho American
Farm Bureau federation or any com
mlttee appointed by it. We desire
merely to evolve a marketing system
which will eliminate useless handling
costs, unnecessary selling expenses,
ruinous price fluctuation due to mar
ket juggling anil speculation and to so
co-ordinate supply and demand as to
Insure that on the one hand the pro
ducer receives the cost of production
plus a reasonable and living profit
and on the other hand the possible
mark-up actual costs."
j MEXICAN NEWS
MEXICO CITY. Sept. 16. Charges
that there were enormous misappro
priations of money during the admin
titration of former President Carransa,
hre made la a report to the Mexican
congress which has just been com
plctcd by Luis Mea ty Guitei ez, chief
irountant of the treasury depart
ment. He declares he is unable to
slate the exact amount involved, but
. i l.i res he Is certain it will reach a
total of many millions of pesos.
MEXlcu CITY Sept. 10 Felipe
Pinedu. leader of a revolt In the state
of Chiapas, has surrendered to Gen
bral Francisco Coslo Robelo. com
mander of government fprces In that
Mate, according to an announcement
by the war department. San Crlstobul
and Las Casas. two towns occupied
by Pineda's men, have been taken over
by General Itobelo.
MEXICO CITY. Sept. 1G. Mex.cnn
Indep lonce day Is being celebrated
today with elaborate ceremonies and
great military display. The celebra
tion was opened at eleven o'clock last
night wben provisional President de la
iHuerta rang the Independence bell at
the national palace, a great throng
cheering as the peals of the great bell
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 16. Rodolfo
Herrera, commander of the troops
who killed the late President Carranza
and who has been ordered under ar
lest by the government has notified
lire war department that he will not
return to this city from Zaragosa He
declares charges should have been
brought agalnat him at that time.
MEXICO CITY. Sept. 16 The
fourth Internationale (communist)
will meet in this city on January L,
1 1B21, ncrorlinf; to information L. L'ni
jversale states it has secured in Mexl
Cjii industrial circles.
ENGLISH TRADE INSISTS
ON PARLEYS WITH REDS
! CHRIS TIANI . Sept. 14. Leon
Kameneff, president of the Moscow
OVleti en route to Moscow from Lon
don, is quoted by the Social Demo
knilen as saying lhat his r' turn dors
no; signify that the negotiations with
I Qgland have been broken off. in
View of the attitude of the business
j orld, Premier Lloyd George did not
I dare break off commercial negotla
Itlons, nor openly declare it was bis
'intention to sever political negotiations,
loald M Kameneff.
He asserted that the British premier
was preparing an attack against the
I labor movement in Great Britain and
that a general election was Imminent.
COLLEGE STUDENTS URGED
TO TRAIN AS OFFICERS
STATE COLLEGE, Pa.. Sept. 16.
An appeal to college students to enter
jlnto advanced military' training and
j study through tho Reserve Officers
Training corps, was voiced by Secre
tary Baker In an address yesterday He!
declared that as the list of reserve of
ficers Increased, one of the great mil
itary problems of the United States
would be soled.
The R. O T t'. movement has grown
Steadily during the past three years.
l:e said At tho close of the 1920 aca
demic year, there were 208 senior units
having an enrollment of O.SfiS stu
dents and 126 Junior units with 44,
HE'S SOME POLICEM .
(By International News Service)
TERI.K HAL'TE, Ind utis Stur
geon has been passed upon as quali
fied to uphold the law here. A new
member of the police force, ho Is six
feet five and one-quarter inches tall
and weighs 10 5 pounds.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 16 Polk
county, Iowa, Including Des Mohies,
154,029, increase 43,591, or 39.5 per
The Tabernacle mass meet
ing Friday evening, September
17, will determine the immedi
ate future of local Community
Service. Be there to promote
your city's interests.
ASYLU M STORY
Allege French Woman Was
Declared Insane in Order
to Secure Property
TOPIOKA Rana, Sept. 1G. A story
Involving i French woman, said t be
of noble birth, alleged t.i have la-en
wrongfully committed to tho Kansas
state asylum for the insane so that
others might obtain control of a Now
Mexico mining property, reached Gov.
I Allen esterday. The story was told
I In a letter from Arthur K. Stevens an
i attorney in the treasury department
at Washington and has to do wlth
Mrs. Rubye DeMay, a French woman,
who has been a patient In the hospital
for thirty years. Governor Allen or-'
dered an Investigation.
According to the letter, Mrs. DeM.iy,
who owned mining pmpertv at I . m
Ing, N. M., was held a prisoner i.y a
quarterbreed Indian near VlnfleJd,
Kans., her three-year-old daughter Was
taken from her and the child was
brought up In Ignorance of the moth
er's existence. Mrs DeMay, repre
sented to be Insane, was flnallj "M
mitted to the state as Mini, t li letter
The woman. It was said, could be
identified by certain leaf-shaped,
brands burned upon her legs.
Dr. M. K Perry, superintendent of!
the hospital, said the womnn had RUCU
markings on hep body. He also -pressed
the belief that the unman had
been Insane for years, and added that
an investigation had led to believe'
the woman was a victim of peculiar!
M'CORMACK CONCERTS IN
LONDON. Sept. 16 A Melbourne:
dispatch to the Kxehange Telegraph!
says John IfcCormack, ths r inger, has
cancelled all his Australian engage
ments and Is leaving for j'xmdon tol
tscape the situation which has arisen
as a result of the demonstration by
part of the audience at u recent eon-
cert rising and singing the Hritlsh na-j
tlonnl anthem and some of them
nOUtlng that Mr. McCormack WBS I
Big Community Sing at
labemacic Friday night, Sept.
17. 8 o'clock. Help Celebrate'
SEAT T01. W. W.
Boilermakers in Session At
Kansas City Scrutinize
KANSAS CITV, Mo.. Sept. 1C With
ope delegate denied a seat on the
'charge that he had "by words and ac
tions expressed sympathy with I, W
W. and 'one big union agitators,' " the
national convention of the Brother
hood of Boilermakers, iron Shipbuild
ers ar)d Helpers of America, marked
time here today while its credentials
commute.- scrutinised 'he records of
several other delegates accused of
The delegate denied a seat to John
McKclvle, representing the Seattle,
Wash., local union. In addition to
being refUSCjrj a seat In the convention
McKelvlc Vf&a suspended from mem
bi i lii;i in the brotherhood. The com
mittee reported Its findings late last
Thin statement was issued today by
the press committee
"N'o Ablegate will be seated In this
convention unless he is known to ho
n loyal American citizen. No man who
has ever been connected with any I.
W W'.. 'red' or other radical organiza
tion can sit here as a delegate."
The sine Is one of the few nest build
BIG FOREST FIRE j!
WEST OF LARAMIE
LARAMIE, Wyo., Sept. 16. j
Forest rangers and fire lookouts i
of the forestry service today are
rushing toward the Colorado-Wyoming
line where a great forest
fire g believed to be r.isins. Rang- i
ers In the olediclne How national i
forest discovered clouds of smoke,
apparently rising from the Platte
river district near the state line.
BLIND MUSICIAN'S BODY
FOUND IN FIRE RUINS
BANGER, Tex.. Sept. 16. The body!
of Jake Broughton, a blind muslclsji, I
was found In the ruins cf a rooming
house which was one of twenty-one
business bouses destroyed by fire yes
terday. The monetary loss was fixed
at about $400,000.
Notice is hereby given that one C C ' I
Jensen is no longer in the employ of J
this company as .sales agent and Is not ' I
authorized to transact any business fr j
SOUTH EASTERN MIXING CO. II
GEORGE BUSCH, President. !
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