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THE OGDEN S 1 ANDARD-LXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3L, lyzu.
r King Coalition Is Heavi
II est Trader on Ex
m The trading yesterday in mining
H slocks on the Suit Ijike Stock A- M i r , -
I r ing Exchange wu dull. Silver King
"oal. being the heaviest trader with
1 O0 shares changing hands at $1.-'
B STVfc and $1.921,.
Howell, for the first time in NV-
weeks, failed to register a sale. 1
H '.V Con. sold at 4 and 3c. while Al-
Bdu brought as high as 14c. closing
H l'h He bid ami 14"; .isk-'1
H bus Kexall remained steady. selling at
H B7gC. New (putney traded at 5 4 and
jc, Eureka Bullion sod around Kil
H figure, bringing 7 and
H Tintlc Standard did not show much
H u Uvlty in sales, only tun aha res being
H traded. The price, however. reiuain'l
H strong, and Ihe week at $i.oo.
i notations' furnished ..m private
vv ire of .1 A Hogjlt A ,
i i.. II..H.H .
I i ii - 11111111111. i
Alta Con I -0z I 0 1 M
Albion M .114
American 'on- . -01 .01
Alta Tunnel US
Big Hill o: i3's
Big Col tonn ood . ( 3
Bullion 024 ."o
Hiack Metals . ... "it's ,0
Columbus Rezall ... .17li ss
Cnown I'oint . u3 v "7
'olorado Con 03 ,
Cardiff 1.3 1 . 40
l.ragon Con 03 . ui ! .
Daly West A 4 70
Kast Crown I'oint .oi .:'.
Baal Tin. Coal uo1.- "I
( Kast Tin. Con 7 ' -'"l
Kureka Mines 04 U "4
biureka Uly . 2 u7
Kureka Hulllon . .. . n7'4 .071fc'
Kmma Stlv i 04 .04 I
Empire Mines 04
Jold lialn 0 j 'a .11
Grand Central M
Howell 0l .10
Iron Hlossoni 2 1 .25
Iron King .21
Judge Mining 3.7 5 4.&5
Keystone k7 .36
lM onora o."4 . 03 !
lehi Tintlc 0i ' . 06 '
.May Day OSVi .OS'S .
Miller Hill "2
Mammoth 35 .07
J Moscow - V ....... .02
Michigan-Utah 04 W .0441
North Stun 'o:t'2 . "4
I -New Quincy Son . u.-
I Ohio Copper 04 j
pohongo . MU u .00 H I,
I Prince con : 1 82
' ProVo v$ Q44
J I'aloma ' 1
I Kico Argentine on uj
Rico Wellington .... I " 18
j Sells 4 - I
BI1- King 'oal. . . . . . 1 . I
' 811 King Con I 00 1.10
I Sioux Con . 0.1
South llecla II 'J
I St.uth Standard . . II .20 It
Silver Shield 1 7 I i
Tar Buby OXVa 04
Tintlc Central 014 1 1 ' 1
Tintlc Standard . '." n7 fcj 3 It
1 ia ii Cons oi u t "t Si
I'ncle Sam '
i vidtor 014 I i
Inlon Chief 04 .08 l
West Toledo 05' . ;i
Walker . . 3.0 7'v 3.50
Woodlawn 10 13 i
L Yankee on . 03 4 H
Zuma 11 m
Empire Copper .40 Ii
Alta Con. 600 at 4c. 1000 at 3c.
Albion 500 at 13' , 1000 nt 14c. 8101;
i'olumbus litxall (00 al 374-- II
New Qulncy ".'.'oo ;a Sc; 2000 at 1
Kureka Bullion 2000 al 7',e; luoo ,
t "4c i
Silver King Coal I"" i 11.S24;
600 at $1.80; 300 at SI SV's.
South h j 00 al I0(
South Stand. ml 1500 f
North Standard layo ;.i Si
Tlntic Standard 3an .it $.( BQ LOO at I
$3 00. seller 10 daym
1 i S l RJ Ills
Ainal. Sugar .....$ 13.60 $ 1 .1 So
Amal. Sugar pfd ..-.100. SO loJ.Oii 1
Cop. Wagon 101 mi 103.00; 1
mcnt Securities .. 120.00 .
I tah-Idaho Sugar 7 .fi 8.00 J
West Cache Sugar .. 100. 00 .....;
Wyoming Sugar .... 10. 00 ......
First Nat. Bank 330 00 2
J OGDEN l l ESTOC7K
l Cattle -Recelpta 63; choice heavy
steers 8.00 0.00; good steers $7.0ocu
H S.00. fair steers $0.00 f R.50 : choice
feeder fteer i.00 O7.00; choice ron
H ard heifers 16.00 0.1.60; fah to good
H cows and hfifers $6.00tf6.oo cutters
H'- $4.0004.60; tanners $3 ' V 3.T.O. !
H choice feeder cow I4.00O6.00; fat
H tiulls $4,004 5.00. bologna bulls $3.00
Hj n 4.00 veal calves ll.00O10.60
Hl Hogs Kreripts 251. choice fat hogs
175 to 160 lbs . I1S.I64J 14.60; bulk of ,
H :iles $14.10tM 3.'.. ft-i-de: hogs'
Hj $13 Ootl 14 11,1
Sheep Receipts 1984. choice Innibs
W $9.004J 10.50. ue'hors 6.00 O 6.76; tat
i OenM 4-004J feeder lambs $9"0
H i i o oo
a Ir rivals.
H Bidoith a.- riorlo. Palisade, Nov.,
j iai-3 sheep
H ii Chachaa Bailsade. Nev.y 3 pars
M No-lli a Rlcka, Big Springs. Idit..
H cars cattle.
J - M Pendlle tan, lM.nm, Cai.. t care
.g r- ill mules.
J ', Q 1 i pp.- rl. Ortand. Col. . . ars
PPH y C. Erwln, Tocatello. Ida., 6 cars
1 KANSAS Om i i I -km u
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct. 2. j
H i Tinted States Bureau of Markets! ;
H Cattle Receipts 75a, for week Beef
H steers and feeders niolh i..
H lowrr. better grades she-stoi k 60c to
61.90 lower, canners and onunon she-!
stock 25 to 60c higher, bulls weak to'
A , ,. lower itron 1 i high
H ar; heavy calves $1.00 to SI. SO lower, i
H stOOMeri steady to :5c lower she
stuck stuff stead) to tig higher
BBBSS Hogs Receipts 500; market un-
H evenly generally Stead) . spots lower
H Hi- choice hogs here medium :nd good
butchers mixed hogs $1 5 O'tfl 15 4.
H Sheep -Receipts nons: for week
H Mostly 25c lower, fat lambs lie lower.
V feeding Lambs 60s to 76c lower.
'ffl isWmfKJTT 8BC11UTTX8
IRAIL SHARES AT
Industrial Stocks Reach Low
Marks on Cuts in Com
NEW Y'iKK. ict. 2. Highest quo
tations for u'.'ir for the majorli.v
of thf railroad issues and lowest quo
tations for the same period by the
almost three score promLpent Indus
trials and specialtiles were features
of this week's busy but Irrcguln stack
Reasons for this seemingl contra
dictory condition were found In the
growing conviction thai the transpor
tation systems have thrown off the
handicaps Imposed by federal control,
while the decline of industrials and
specialties reflect the further ridiie
tion of commodity prices
OI T PI I FALLS.
tOcdtnpiMfylng this readjustment of
industrial conditions were man) indn-,
bitable Indications of a gradual dimin
ution of output In various lines of
manufacture. thse. however, being'
maluh of the so-ialled non-essential i
The decline was must severe in mo-!
'I - and kindred issues, also some of'
the food shares, notably sugars ana.
stocks of no especial classification
who.e fori unes have been at low ebb,
since, the end of the world war.
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Blighter aspects of the financial and
Investment situation wen- presented by
a broader demand for bonus :it matt It
ally higher levels and further ready
acceptance of several new- capital of
ferlftgi of domestic and foreUgn origin. I
'ipn.ioii ) n b. inking quarters v ar
regarding the course of the money I
market in the final quarter o the I
year. October Interest and dividend
dlHi.ur.'.eiiieiits linen icainl $;;7 4.ooo,nuo. i
tin., being less l v about $ 6.ijj(i.iiia than
the payments in the corresponding
period of 1818.
Foreign exchange continued to ex
press by its lower tendencies the ex-j
tent of this country's dominant posr-
tlun as a debtor nation. Gold im-1
porta eere large) augmented to rose
th- Anitlo-Kieucb obligation maluring '
October 15 r.evt.
VI Ull ST04 K l l-l
American Ibct Sugar 72B
Ann rli an Tan 34
American Car A Foundry u.i'al
American Hide LeathCi pfd 60 4
American Internal. on I ('..rp. 72
American Kocouioive it.
American Smelting & Kefi 60H
rtnieru-.iii .Mitar iv:
American Sumatra Tobace.i . ... 88
mei ll an T : Ti 8 7n B
American Woolen 7 3
Anaconda Copper 52 j
All . liUlf W I ndlea 1454 1
I tu hi '.v hi LoComotivtc, iio'g,
Baltimore Ohio 4
Bethlehem Steel B" 'i84i
.'a ii.nl ia ii I "ai-if Ic 2i I
Central Leather 444
I 'handler Motors 77
hasapeake v Ohio 68
Chicago, Mil .v St. Paul m
Chicago, ti. i .v T.ii- 40 I
China Copper -'6 ?a
'olorado Kuel & Iron 34 1
U'orn Rrouucts ". S34'
fruciblc Steel &i )
1'uba 'Mie Sugar J3S4 1
Erie 20 4 '
Qeaeral Electric 1 1 1 l
ent ral Motors IS a ;
lioodrlch To 48 " i
Ureid Northern tre Clfs 804 1
I iiino.s Central 85 4
Inspiration '"tipper 454
Int. Mer. Marine pfd .. 78B!
International Paper T.'i
Keunecott Copper -'3 4,
l.'!..MVille Nashv ille 1074
Ms .wen Motors 1
Mexican Petroleum lv7U
Miami 'opper is 1 ,
Middle States Oil l 5 't
M'dvule Steel 3S 1
M leSOUrl Pacific ".ii
Mew Voik Central 7x7,
V. Y.N . & Hartford 6 I
ffdrfolk d Western 103 1
Wirthern Pacific 8I4,;
iklahoma ituJ sVs: Kefg 4 H
Par. American Petroleum s!
People's Has .17 'j
Pittsburg ana) Weal a. ...... ti
Raj Consolidated Copper .. 1 4 1 j
Reading . . . .... 96 1 '
Kep. lron4 Steel 75!'
Rovul L'utdi, N. V S7
Jhell Trans, "i Trad. 53
Sinclair Con. oil 324 1
Southern Pacific 1 mi Uj
Southern RallWg.) ?, 1 4
ttmndmrH 1 ii of v .1 i.r.t fir.i. Ii
'tiidehaker Corporation 35
renneaaee ''opper 9?!'
rexas Co gU
rexas jvi Pacific . .18
robacco Products -67 4 I
rranaoontlnenta Oil 12
Union Pacific .4 1x7
1 ' S Pood Products 4S 4 ;
S B..tall Stores 7
L S. Bid. Alcohol J 4
United States Rubber . . 7 8
United States Steel 64 I
I tah Copper
A'esunghous.- Klcctrli is
Willys Ovei land 104
American Zinc, Lead ami Sni. . . 114 1
SutU and Superior Ii."';
Sgla. Petroleum u
Montana Power 60B !
Shattuck Arlaona v;, 1
Pure 1 ill 38 V4 ;
t UK 1GO Mil Bi s
High Low close
Dec. $2,124 $213 $.'0h t: ;
March 2.084 2.08 2.92 2 03
Dec. .82 .934 88S 804
May .854 .95 .92 4
Lec 67 .6714. .65 56 4 j
Ma .614 6 .;n .i'
PS rk j"
1 let. 23.36 23 35 Sg.06 23.10 M
Nov. 23 25 1
Nov. 19 40 18.60 It.SI 18.25
Ian. 17.35 1 7 45 1 7.15 1 7 1 .".
'i t 15.25 16 35 15.25 1 3a '
Ian, 15. o j',
in i.i anu i i
NEW VKK cl. 2. Trading dur
ing today's short session of the stock '
roarkst favored the long account, bears
covering In rnan.v of the Industrial and
special Issues ceeentlv subjected to:
pressure Kails were the central fea
tures, secondary or speculative shares
making further gains of 1 to 3 points.'
while dividend payers, papa dally Pad-1
fics and coslvrs rose 1 to 2 points A 1
better undertone wss shown hv steels,
equipment, oils, leathers and chemical
in which rallies ranged from 1 to S
points. The closing vm strong. Sales'
approximated 400.000 share Foreign'
exchange made tio response to addi
tions! heavy gold Imports but the bond
market was firm to strong especially
in the railway division.
1 MlM pubis
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. Oct. 2.
Flour unchanged to S0r lower: In car
load lots. famlB' patents sjioted M
$11.40 to 12 14 a barrel in 98 poujid
1 brai 124 00 to tS.UO.
PARTY IK OH
Supt. Parratt Brincis Principals
and Wives on Educa
parts of principals of Cranite
ho..B. be., i.e. I !. Sup' I" I'.irratt.
Wert In I gden yesterday on the.r sec
ond fortnightly excursion
I luring their sta In Ogden they
were the guests of Sup I w Karl ilot
jkins and Becretarj O. J Stllwell of the
Ogden Chamber of Commerce.
A luncheon at the Weber club a tour
I of the. canyon and a trip to the city
wells in Artesian park and a visit to
the state school for the deaf and blind.
summed up their entertainment in Og
den. At the luncheon they mi. iddTi tw
Si 1 t 1 1 stiiw eii ;. no supi Hop
kins "We learned more about ogden In
the few minutes Sunt Hopkins and Mr.
Stllwell were speaking to us than we
could have hoped tr, have otherwis-j
acquired in a lifetime," Supt. Parratt
said. "We enjoyed our gden .t:iv im-
Supt. Parratt ald that the excur
sion, are held every two week- and it
la planned to take in all sections of
ii., state) gathering first hand Infor-i
mation on I'tah resources for ui-e in
In the party were. SUP and Mrs j
l w p.uratt. J. c. Cornwall super
visor at music-, and Mrs Cornwall;
Principals T. P. Brockbonk. Mrs
1:,... Ll.,.; n .1 Th..rni:.n Mrs 'I'hur-
Man, I . 11. Peterson. Mrs Peterson
j j Chrletenaon, Mrs. Chrlatenaen, O,
t. Bailey; i C. Woodward J 1 1 1 1. l
man, Mrs a Bridge, Laura Christ
ensen, c P. ROckwood, W. Beroap.
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CHICAGO, Oct. 2. United States,
Bureau of Markets Cattle Receipts
2.000: compared with week ago: Steers'
and yearlings selling upward at IIS 79,
about steady; top for the week. J's ;
fairlv .bole, steers and best cows and;
heifers 50 to 76c lower. good Btcen
and good to medium she-stock 75c to
$1.00 lower: medium and common I
steers $1.00 to $1.50 off; canners. good!
bulls and bulk of calves ijOc lower, j
feeders 65c to $1.00 lower; etockers
Hogs Receipts 4,000; lisbt steady I
la 10c I vv e r ; others steads to I6p
higher ih.m yeaterday'a average topi
$16 00; bulk light and butcher $14.50
Ii 15.95; bulk packing sows $14.15j j
14;d. pigs stead) 1 1 1 26c lower; bulk
desirable kind ( 13 254 14.00.
Sheep- ftecelpU 2,000; compared
.ith week ag.. p.., western lambs 60
to 7 5c lower; feeders mostly $1.00:
lower; fat natives 75c 10 $1.0o lower.:
fat and feeder sheep and yearlings 25
to ,50c lower.
1 1 1 1 i.ti UK l N
CHICAGO Odt. 2 -Trade in wheat
was mogtl) of a local character to
day. There whs some free selling by
local traders with December showing
little change from yesterday's close
While March averaged higher. After
starting to 2c higher than yester
day's finish With 1-iecembcr $2.2 1 4 llJ
2.23 and March $2.084-to 2.08. price!
fluctuated within a relatively narrow
Buying of Corn bj a strong commis
sion house caused ibis cereal to ad
van, e .-Ughtlv ut the start. Initial uuo
tstlOna which ranged from 4e lower
to 4c higher, with December 924 to
93o soon fell off when the buying
Oats were easy, the market starling
urn liangeii to 4c higher, with Decem
ber 374 to 574r then became weak
Provisions were higher as ih re-,
suit of the tdg de. r. ... n lO' al stocks
of lard for the month.
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OMAHA, Neb., ct. 2. tinned 1
States Bureau of Markets 1 -Hogs--Recelp;s
1.500: market steady to
irons hulk I14.60IJ 16.00 top $1. (0
Cattle Receipts 20a marekt com
pared with week ago- Good and 1 b
steers weak to 2."c lower, others 25 to
60c lower; grass and range steers and
butcher stock mostiv 50 to $1.00
higher; canners, cutters and veals 1
steady. Blockers and feeders fully 50c
Q $ I nil lower
Sheep --Rfceipts none; market com-,
1 tVlth week ,11.-11 Limbs - Sh"
lower; sheep BO to 75c lower, fedengl
lambs .' " i. ; "e lower, breeding and
feedlns sheep and limbs 50a to $1 oo
MOX1 N M Mllvl I
NF.W liirtK. ii.' 2. Prime m r
.aiiille paper unchanged.
Exchange easv . sterling; Demand
I5.4S4, cables $3.49.
Belgian francs Demand $7 09, ca-
Gulldaaa: Demlnd $31.00; vabies
Lire: Demand $4 15. Ofblea $4.17.
Greece: Demand $10.02.
New Vork exchange on Montreal
) 7-16 per cent discount.
1 sm PKK l S
CIHCAOTt. 1 . t 2. Wheal No. 2
red J2 15.
Corn No. 2' mixed 98 4c4j $1.06; No.
I j ellow $ I.OfjK 1.06.
als No 2 white 5 54 U 56 ".4 r; No 3
v hlte '.'4 '" "'4 4'
Rye No SI 75 ft 1.754.
Barley 98c $1.00.
Tlniothv seed S6.00497.50
Clover seed $ 18.00 4j 25 0".
Hlbs $16.o0'd 1 7 60
BlTllit Wli I t.t.s
i'MIi'A;ii. ct 2. Bu'ter higher,
reamery S44j 584c
I.KK lower. receipts 7.687 CSSSS;
'irsts 66flj 564c; ordlnaT) first, 60 Cj
i3c. al mak, cases included 4S4jt55c:
Uandards 670S76ef storage packed
Poultry alive lowci . fowls general
un 264-. turkeys 45c.
I IBI RT1 IliiMis
NKW rURK, Oct 2 Liberty bonds
Bloaed: J4s $l.5; first 4s. $87.50
Id. second 4s. $87.50; first 4 4s,
188.70; second 4 4s. 887.64. third
14s. $89.50: fourth 4 4s. $87.50. Vlc
orv 34i. $96 ay 1. t.r v 4 s Jj in:
MM ll ill K sllilll
K X 1 B K . Oct S. Bar silver,
lomestte, unchanged: foreign Sic,
Mexican dollar f'.''i
UONDON, Oct 8. Bar silver S4d
Monev and dlSCOOBt unchanged
pen 1.T01 s
CHlCAOo Ocl 2 -Potatoes re
lelpts 1$ cars, msrket firm; northen.
white and early ohlos. Backed $2 000;
1.25; Jersey cobblers $2.25.
I A Yi iBK s G K
SKW YORK.ct. 2. Sugar futures
closed eas ; sales 300 tons. October I
$7.45; Dee-ember $7 40. January I" 28
M ircb 17 2 Mav $: ?i
The term "dark horse" aa applb .;
0 unknown presidential candidates
nginated :o Kentucky in 182o. 1
IS COMING HOI
Private Holmes. Fatally
Wounded at Marne. to
Be Buried Here
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PVT. R N MOXp M HOLMES.
The body of Private Raymond M.
Holmes, x.ji, uf Milton ,mii Martha
DUdmatS Holmi'K, will arrive in 1 Igden
during 1 he vv ' i k
Holmes was a private in A com-1
pany. 2sth Infantrv, !st Division, hav
ing lenllated at Pocat. llo. ' Iciom r :.
1T-17. lie w,is vvounib.il al ... battle
of the Marne, in July 1018 and died
In the base hospital al Tour:-. July 25. :
He was born In North Mgden, April H.
1 : t:
ln vvcy P. Holmes his brother. WSB
St Tours In the unrtermasu-r's corps'
St the time oi his brother'.s death, but
did not know that h'.s brother had
died or that his broiher was even In I
the vicinity until apprised in n letter
irom home. He visited h!j brother's!
r;te-i- r.e .r ruii s.
Bcflde his parents the following'
brothers and sisters survlvgi Mrs, Par
ley Moves. Hew.", P. i;..n.il,i T, in
the navy; Harold, w .in Tie Marines
at Hongkong; Velma, Vernon and Ma
Girl Ungrateful Says
Former Ogden Woman
Mrs. Kleauor Brown Gates, former
Ogden woman whin her husband. H.
L Gates was a newspaper man here
i having her troubli with Arahalon s
Mardigian. 19-year-old Armenian refu
gee. The New York World has the fol
lowing to say of Mrs. Galea and Ar-Mhalones-
Ar-halones Mardigin u. 1 M-ve.n-old
Armenian refugee, wa- ay .'erelj ar-
r;:igne by her guardian. .Mr. Bleanor
Brown Gates of .No 1 y West 4 5th
street. In a petition r celv e-i , Surro
gate l-'olcy yesterday, asking the court
to settle the accounts of Mrs. Gates
a- guardian of her ward
According to the petition the girl
arrived here from Armenia earlv in
1918. destitute anJ an orphan. All ..1
her famllv w.-r.- murdered b the
Turks and she had spent Ion" time
1:1 a Turkish prison. Mrs Gated Went
to a deal of trouble 10 be appointed
by the Surrogate Court dfi guaTdlan of
"Through my Influence." Mrs. Gates
e,a-h "W. :'. Selig motion puture pro.
ducer. made a contract with the cri t..
aei in a motion picture, portraying
Armenian atrocities during the war."
Mrs Gates charges rhe girl with ex
travagance and stubbornness. Pay
ments on her contract were h !. back
by the Kirs-i National Exhibitors be-cau-e
the girl several limes broke her
contract with Sellg and them In an
Intervlcvv with a reporter from th-
World. Mrs. Gates aabp
"The girl was always suspicious of
everything one did for her. L'v.n
when I was trying to help her sc
thought 1 was going- to do 11 i ami
harm. 1 guess It was her experience I
In the war that has made her so (lis- 1
trustful of ever' otic."
Surrogate Foiev reserved decision.
The Jack Knife Man"
At Orpheum Tonight
Human interest, comedy and pathos
are the predomlnatln- features. In the
i-w King Vldor photoplay. I hi J o I.
I knife Man" which opens four-day j
run at the Orpheum kodal
A shanty-boat on the i --m.;
river forms the ehl.-f setting of thl
delightful picture nnd Its owner, old,
Peter, the Jack-knife Man" la one of
the most unique and lovable charac-l
srs reproduced on the screen in many
moons. Ellis Parker BtltlST has fur-j
nlshed a wealth of unique parsonages j
in this slory that are novel and inle
estlng and the quaintest it 1 ,
aaalkei for a appeal to tna author that j
In extremely .strong. King Vidor has'
cast this picture with unusual cure and I
every member of the talented cast Is,
fitted to the role with an Intelligence'
that insures a finished performance
This cast, headed by Florence Vldor. '
includes I-red Turner. Harrv To. I.I.
Plain .Mr Howell. Bol.l . K Is... Lillian
Lelghtop. Willis M .rks. Charles Ailing,
and James Corrigan
Another great comedy with Joe Mar
tin, the monkey comedian, will be on
the bill to entertain the children
Only One Thing Now Lacking
"I bavo doctored nine years for stom
ach and li er trouble and spent thou
sands of dollar. but Instead r-l becooi
.Dg cured nf these ailments, my bloat
ing and pains and attacks became
worse. I waS persuaded a - ar .. q ,,
take Mayr - Wonderful Remedy and i
have never suffered since taking h. .
first dose. I wish J had th-j money
back I spent for other ruedicii e ' i la
a simple, harmless preparation thai
removes the catarrhal mucus frv.ro the
Intestinal Tact and allays the Inflam
mation which causes practically all
siomach. liver and Intestinal ailments,
including appendicitis One los- will
convince or money refunded Mdn
tyre Drug Co nnd druggists everywhere-
HAVE DARK HAIR
AND LOOK YOUME
MobotJy Can Tell When You
Darken Gray. Faded Hair
With Sage Tea
Graiidinothc-r kepi her hair beautiful
l darkened, glossy anil aitrartlve with
a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair took on that
dull, faded or streaked jppearance,
I this simple mixture was applied, with
1 wonderful effect. My asking nt an
'drug siorc for Wyeth's Sage and Sui
Iphur Compound, yon will got a large
bottle of this old time recipe. Improved
by the addition of other ingredients,
Hi readv to ii at er;. little cost.
Thlr. simple mixture can be depended
Upon to restore natural color and beau
ty to the hair.
A well known downtown druggie;
says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and
I Sulphur Compound -now betausp it
I darkens s,, naturally and evenly that
1 nobody can toll it has been applied
I It's so easy to use, loo You simply
rl mi ' ' nib or t: hm-h and lr iw
'it through Ihe hair, taking one -m;'ll
strand at a time By morning ihe (rraj
hair disappears: after another appllr.i-;
jtlon or two. It la restored to its nat-j
lural color, and looks glossy, snp and1
h, aut Iful Aderlseni llt.
Lift OK Corns I No Fain I
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop I little ;
Freczoue on an aching corn instantly
thai corn stops hurting, then shortly
you lift it right off with fingers. Truly
Your druggist sells a tiny hoiile of
Fr. e.one for a few cents, sufficient to
retnovi ever) hard corn, soft com or
corn between the toes and the cat
lu:.. 9, without soreness or irritation.
A Sure Way to
There is one sure way that has never
failed to remove dandruff at once, and
that is to dissolve it. then you destroy
i' entirely. To do ihis. Just get abou.
four ounces of plain, common liquid
arvon from any drug store 4 this Is all
you will need), apply It at night when
retiring: use enough to moisten (ho
scalp and tub it iii gently with the
ling .' lips.
By morning, most if not all, of yourj
dandrutf will be gone, and three o.-'
four more applications will completely!
dissolve and entirely destroy every ln
k'le sign and trace of It. no matter how
much dandruff jrot may have
Noil will find all itching and digging
o( Ihe scalp will stop insuiutly. and
iour Lair will be llult'y. lu .rous. glos
sy. silky aid soft and look and feel a
tiundred limes belter. - Advert Iseuient.
Police Dor Blues
For Winter Season
1 '.i. ii policemen have donned blue
uniforms for winter wear. The don
ning ot the blue.s ni'irks lb, latest t r ii 1 1 -
siMon, of tb police department, the
last wrinkle being ihe donning of
Jthakl In defiance of the "No Loal"
Idub which flourished during Oie sum
Although the garments falntfa uc
gest mothbttlla and cedar, they look
aplck and si.n. .-specially Traffic Of-'
fiCOl William Dlck'Si upon the sleeve
of which Is a brllllunt splash of yel
low anil rerl. which designates his as a
State Bee Keepers
To Meet at Salt Lake
A sp.-r i.il meeting of the I'tah Slnt
Beekeeping association w-m be held al
the Hotel I'lah ictober ii. it was an
nouncsd jeslsidnj by J- C. Henager,
president of tin- association.
Bee men from all sections of the
country will be present. Mr- Henager
This 11 turning an r jd saying (aer sbonOct
mod era roc hod of reducing Ut hsveaads
this rcvtuon possible
If you ore ovcrfat; opposed to pbysica ez
crticn: fond of the table nnd us good things,
and etui want to reduce your excess flesb
several txrcds. go to your druggist tor
write to the .MmjlaCa.r-0Grtiekl3
ing. lVtroit. MkI. ) a& givt turn, tor
send them) one doLLr. thoiutulytiLj your
ambition (or s trim. .un ligure. by recerv
uiit a d tire box ot Marmoia Prescrip
tion TableM icotopounded in accordance
w.Uj ihr : it-jus Marmoia Prescript ton l;
take oor r( these rteasaot caody tabiets
after each raeal and tt bedtime, sod you
wi'l ke ycur tat at the rals oi two. taree
or (our poutd a week.
Then continue ttc treatment until your
weight ia what v-u drairt Marmots
PresTTiptioa Tablets are not only bams
less ts.1 rr.il t.-whCial to th general
health. You don't need narration Jt or
-j'.enii.g exeicisca. Just so 00 eating
what you like, leave eierckiag to the
athletes, but taLc your lutle tablet fsi I
fully and without o doubt that flabby fleUi
will.. - i-!U nrvlttvot
brhiod 11 your natural arlf. neatly clothed
, n firm SMM and tntn BBBSSMa
LEGAL NOTICES M
Prcposed Constitutional AjQend
ment No. L
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 6.
A Joint resolution proposing sn nmen.l
ment to Section S of Article 11 of the
"onstitutlon of the S?ite of rtnh. re
Istlnc 10 municipal eorporatlons.
Be It rna.-ted hv Ihe Legialature of the
filste of Utah tvo thirds vote of all the
member-. . e. I in th tw? llcu. s con-
'ii ri'ic they. In
Section 1. That It l ropeel to nmend
! Section 6 of Artl-?:.- XI of tve Constitu
tion Of 'he ee.fc OI I lr.1l. JO that Ihl
.same will rrar ns follows
Sec. 3. i JOrporatMinS for mun'cipnl p''r
POses shall nol br 1 r ite, hv M?rsrtsl laws
The Legislators by general law shall pro
vide fur the 'neoriorstlon. o'Cnl7-itloa
jand classlllcntlon r.f rltl nnd towns lr
proportion lj ;. pulstlon. which laws RMJ
be altered, amended W pealed.
Any city mav fra.n'C .ind adopt a char
,ter for its own government In iho fo!
The leclhlutiv e anthorltv of tV elty
BJISJ ly two thirds vote of Its members,
and uton petition of uUHliflud -!ectur to
j the number of 10 per cert of all votes rn"
t th.- next pnscedine ' lertion for the of
fice of the mayor, idia'! forthwith provide
bv ordinance for the uDnilsjlon lo the
electors of the question. "Shall a Com
mission chosen to fismc rhnrterT'
The oiilinr,!.. m.i.iI l uu.ro Mint tb.e mir
tlon be s-.ibmitied o tin. electorn at the
next regular municipal election. Tho lw,l
ttot ontalnlng such uuetlon shall also
contain the names of eandldatea for mem
b-.-rs of the pi-oposel C onimlssu-n. but
without party dsi'Tis tloo. I'uch candi
dates shall be avmlnated In the same
manner as required fcy law for 1 oininntlon
o." eli officers. If a maioriiy of the elec
tors voting on th.- .ju-stion of choosing .1
""ommisxion sh.ll vet - in the affirmative
then the fifteen candidates receiving s
n.ajontj ol the voli.i coal al such elec
tion, sh.ill roostitiite the charter Co. ..nil'
sion. and shall yioivcd to Irnnie n char
Am charter so framerl shall be sub
mit ld 10 the qualllisd electors of the city
at an lc tlon lo be held at r. time to
hi determined h the charter Commission,
which shall be not leas thai, thirty da) S
lubeequcnl to Its enmph tlon and dlatri
button among the elector., nnd not more
than one year from such date. Alterna
live provision niu) I.o L- .-ulimlKcrl to
be voted upon separately. The Oommls
ilon shall LlshS provisions tor the dlstrl
oution of cobles of the proposed charter ,
and of any allemallve provisions to the
qualified electors of the ci'y. not less than !
sixty da)s befoi-e the election at which 11
.sv.a.d u on. Su.-h I'lOH'-i' ' .Imil.i and
such alternative piovisions as arc ap
provssi ") s majorKji 01 inr: eir-.oifa or
nig liiereon. shall become un organic law -of
such cii) al tMch time as moy be fixed
therein, and shall supersede onv existing I
charter and nil hiivs affvetmg the organ
I ZCtlon and government Cl Mieh cit) which
are now in conflict therewith. W ithln
thirty duv J alter Its approval a copy of
auch. charter aa adopted) certified i tho
mayor and city recorder ami authentic!
ed by the seal of such elty. shall be made
In duplicate and deposited, one In the of- .
flee of tho Secretary of State and the '
other in the office of the City Recorder. 1
nnrt thereafter all courts shall take Ju.li
rial notice of such charter.
Am. ndments is an." rut h e', artel ..!)'
Im' framed ami submitter! by the charter
1 "onimlsslon In the same manner as juo
vlded for making of charters, or may b
proposed b) the legislative authority of
the cltj upon a two-thirds vote thereof.'
or bv petition of qualified electors to
number eOjUal to or., tenth of Ihs total
vot cast foi msyor on ih.- next preceding
eieciioii. an. 1 Hn such amendmsnt may
be abnilitoii at ihe next reBultr election,
and having been approved by ihe majority
of tho electors voting tbeieon, shall be
come .1 part of the . hatter at the time
tixed in sUi h smvndmenl und shaii be ess
tilled and idcd aa provided in caje of
ISaeh City forming Its .barter under this
Section shall have, and is hereby granicd
the auiho-li) to axarotse oil powers relat
ing 10 municipal afinlrs. and to adopt
nnd enforce within Its limits, local police
anltarj and similar legul.ttion not to con
flict with the general law. -ind no enurm-r
allon of powers In thU constitution or any
law shnll be deemed to limit 01 restrict
the general grant 01 mthoritv herebj con
f erred: but thu gran: 01 authorlt) shall
nol unhide the prove, toai guiate the r.
Ice or charges of public Utilities so, lontf
as such regulation i.-r provided lor b) i;cii
oral low. nor be deemed lo limit or re
Strtd the power of the Legislature In ir.at I
tors of public or g nerai interest, nor
those relating to Stale affairs.
The power to oe conferred upon the cit
ies by this Section shall include the 1 ol
la) To levy, assess and collect luxe.,
and borrow money, within the limits pig
scribed by general law. and 10 levy and
Collect special assessments for benefits !
lb) TO furnish all local public servicer
to puicbase, lure, construct, oven, main I
lain fciid operate, or lease, public Utilities,
.oca! m extent and iue. to ucqun.- pj
. millennia tlon. or otherwise. within or'
without the corpoiule muuis, propert)
necessary lor an) such purposes, auojeel
to restrictions Impose a b) gsnersJ law tui
the protection 01 other LQmsn unities; anu
to giant local public utility iienchiaea una
regulate ihe exercise Vlieriof suOJect lo
the continuing power 01 n-gui ilion 01 puo ,
llC uttlllle. llieir 1 ales nnU SSTVICS. oy the
St.ile. aa l now or inn) liereallii DC, pio 1
, tided o nancrsl inw.
(c) To make loal public improv ciiienii
ami 10 acquire l condemnation, ... otbe.
wise, properly within Its corporate Urn
us necessary lor such improvements! ind
also to acquire an excess over that needi
.01 any such Improvement ami to b.-ii o.
lease such exec. s property sltfa restrH
lion. . in oiu. 1 10 piot- cl iiml pria- -v
J Lou unprovsmeot,
id) To lue und tell bonds on the SS
jcuuty 01 uiij .iucti exc-ss propert). or uf
I an) puooc uu.m , ...v- v... v,
,of thu revenues thereof, 01 both, in. luu
'lug in the case ol a public utilil. a nan
Ichise suiting the terms upon which, in
' caS'.' o! loredOSUre, Ihe puichasci ina)
operate eooh utiiu. .
s;e- J. 'i'lie M'.Ui) Of Stale I. lien-
i directed to c mmlt tlu proposed emann
liicnl to UM SlSCUMTS ol me Mate st the
next general election ill Uiu iiuuiuei pro
vided oy law.
Sec. 3. It adopted by lh electors of
this Male, this amendment ahull LSSS el
lC1 on January 1st. 'JZi.
approved March is. Wit, 1
i Coal Is Discovered
In Southern Idaho
. According to a story printed in the
current iaue of ihe Salt I-ake Mining
I Review coal of commercial quality
and of SS tenslfS dimension bias been
discovered near fla. in southern
The Item follow I
Discover) of u large vein of coal In I
the PSd Ol Bonesf creek on ih farm of
William Saxon, near Ola. In southern
Idaho, has arouaeal great interest in:
tha part of the .ite Squ.i eel;
11 .lr during the summer. Th. other
u, wliile pluylng In ihe bd of tin
1 r . U. a son of the Saxons was attract-!
ed to a hi 1. k Hiib.-Xaiio- m the rii-'-r
and took chunk of It to the house.'
Mr. Saxon, realising it was coal, im
mediately tetel it in the fire. It
burned freely The vein has since been
'explored and hs been found to bS)i
Set for October 16
Paul Sellman. i barged with gptUMl J
! lsrceny. appeard tfore the dry court
)rsterday morning for arraignment. M.
'asked for a preliminary hearing and '
'the hearing i et by Judge D. Jl. J
Iloi.ert for . tobcr lfi.
Sellman is alleged lo have stolen,
oil stocks and certificates from Mrs.
Dixie Con fir.
In the production of tbe slory "King'
; Solomon M o-- 'or 'he motion pic
lures. $50,000 north of frtrh plumes
I were used. I
j Proposed Constitutional Amend
ment No. 2.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION f.O. 1. WLs
A resolution prnpojlnc an amendment lo gssssEa
Section ?. Article 11. of the Constitution LlVl
Of the State of rtnh. relating to tax BBssl
rates for state purposes.
Ite it resolved h the legislature of tl.a !
State ol Utah, two-thirds of ail the ,1
memb . . lo. t, j each Houaa concur
nnc therein: bsbbbbIi
S -i ion 1. Vhal It U proposed to amend BH
Section 7. of Arm I. M of the Constl BbH
tutlon of '.he State of I'tah so that th WM
.-.in.- vv i'.i r nd as follows:
See. T The rate of taxation on proper i gftSr
tjr for Stale purposes shall never sSJSSSd gaSui
S mltl. on each dollar of valuation to ba H
'apportioned a follows: Not to exceed H
'4H mills on each dollar of valuation for H
general Stale Psrposes; not to exceed i KM
mills on ea h dollar ot vuluaiion tor ill" g&fl
trlet s hool pui-poses: not to exceed V- H
mill on each doll.ii of x ulunllon for hlgn H
J school purpo.s : that part of the Stale ."H
,ta. ap(ortlone.i to high school purposes
i shall constitute a fund lo be called tho gasssBBl
lllch School Fund and ahull be appor BH
Uoned 'o the cities and school dlxtrlct-t BsH
n.umtainlng hik'h uboolv in tint manner H
the Legiilulure may proving. And when-
ever the inxabbt piuperl) within the Stat BSBSSBni
hall noun I to . 100 i 00.1 00, the i ites jf
smcli ,..,:.. i oi i slus
: Hon two and toiir-tenlhs mills for general bsbssB
State purposes, two-tenths oi one mill for bbbJ
high bchooi purposes, snd such levj to
district scnool i urposes ss will raise an
Inuall an mounl which, add d : an '-a
'si hool purpos.s. equals fii.W for each pH
person ol schi,i age in ihe Slate, shown H
oy tno in.-vi precuing school census: tits H
.less a piov-osltlon to QereaSS such ratj S9H
or rati pecitytng the rate or i ss pro I
loosed and the lime during whirh ih sainy
' cttia 1 1 I'e levied, i-e lirst submlttel to B H
vole ol filed oi Hie CJ 1 1 1 - 1 H
ihe Stale. in ihf )var next precci H
ing such c.'eci.on. aiiall have paio u prop PS
and the major..) of those voting theTSon J
tdiall vole in la .or thereof, in sucb nUU mo
ncr as may be piuviood oy law H
Sec. Tnu secretary ol State Is dl- H
reeled lo cause this proposed amendment H
to t- publisher! '.a icqulrcd b) thu Con
6tltntlon una to i suomltied to the elcu- H
tors of th. stale ut ll.i- next general SlCv VH
in in. provided b law, U
bCC 8, H approved DJ the electors of ti. mt
ii ,t ul in-- 1st d.i.. i" J .i mi., i W
Approved March is. l j i j . f9
Proposed Conititutional Amend- W M
meul Wo. 3. W aJ
SENA1C CONCURRENT RESOLUTION l 9
NO 6. jbSm
A concurrent resolution providing sn Ils3
smcndnicm to Uecllon I. Article XIV. R9I
oi the- Constitution ol the State of
i inii. relatinfi State tlon I ."t.
Lie it enacted Dy tbe legislature of Iho 9H
State of I '.nh. tVo thlids oi all th mem mM
Oars elected to each ui ihu iwo ilousej bbb
L-tlon i Article 14, Ol the . unslllullon f
ol Ihl 81 III Oi ' i i!i. iu lh.it ll.i taUiv Lgj
will read 1 follows.
Section . To meet caSUSI deficits or IH
iHilureii in icvenue. Lnd lor neccssarv ex
pundiluies tor public purposes. Includinv; tasai
.be erecllou ol puolic tiiuldingr, nnd io. BBBBSSI
the payment oi all lerriloiial indeblsdnesa aTaBBsl
i.. il.ij M...e. tbe Mate mj on BMasH
tract oebts. nol exceeding In the aggre- bsss Si
gale al uri) one time, un amount equul lo
j percentum of the vaiuo ot ihe tuxabli bsse.-SbbI
piup. rtj oi the State, as sbo.vn by bssbpssb!
III, I. - l ssseiinent im Slulc purposes. aasa sssl
pr-v .oua to the in-ui riiig oi ii indeui Bsssssl
edness. lint the Slate ahall never con bBbkbI
tract any indebtedness except as in the Witt BBS
SXd Ol fc.L-
such amount nd all moneyi arising X I
Crom lorn, i herein authorised, shall be ap BBbbsb
plied sololj to Ihu puriises for which lhey H
were obtained. agfagfafafl
Sec 2. The Sec ri.. a ry or Stale Is hetSSl M
directed to submit this proposed amend- H
ment lo the elector ot ihe State nt the pH
r . x- general elect Ion m th msnnsi pro
vlded by law.
J. If adopted by 'he electors of BbbkW
the SI ' '" ' shall taks -f
Addivvi-u Marc'i 1319
Proposed Constitutional Amend-
ment No. 4
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION bBbBS
A concurrent resolution proposing sn ffH
amendment to the t'onslitutlnn of ths BH
1 Slat.- of I'tah un.. nilinr Section 1. H
rti.le XVI. relating to rights Of SC H
tlon lo recover dsmages for Injuries re. SBBBJBjBBjj
1 suiting in death. , . 1
ti,. ii resolved and t I h the Legls J-v;?
loturc of the Slate or Utah, two thirds Kl
of all the members elected to each of jM
ih.- two Houses countering therein: sbsbsbssS
Section 1 Thai It la proposed lo amend Hfl
Section 5. Article K. of the Omstllutloo BH
of the Stale of Utah, to that said sectlo.i BbsbbbP
1 1 r
"The right of action to recover damages BBnd$l
tur Injurlvj resulting In death, shall ni mYi -. - I
ue abrogated ind the amount rocoverabl-i I
shall nol I" .ibj'l to an) statulur) linn HBaSB
tatlon except Iii i use where compensa- bbbbbObbI
twn for Injuries resulting in death is pro gP9si
i ided toi ) law. BSBrroB
Section - The Secretary of State Is WV' " 'ffl
hereby directed to aubnilt this propoaed jarX. ''-H
nent to th. electors of th. . . I
at the next g nerril election In tho man- Mil
Sec if adopted b n.e .i..tors o sssBasaYsal
the slate tie- SmeadlW nt shall lake effect JbBBBBBBBSBU
A.pp 181a fJJ
i Harden Bennlon. Secretary ol Mst. (a
of the Stale of I lah. do hereb) leillly bBBBBBHSBsSsI
h. loreguUlg 1 a lull, ii Dd 'U IT
i,.t cop) oi sll Constitutional Amend- HH
oi i.-si.-i oi bsbbbbsbbI
li.u bums api-... vi ...cold ill 111) B
In wilmas whereof. I have hereunto set BSBBBBBBBsH
'my band an.i affixed the Ureal stai of ths aasHaBaBBi
State ui Leah. Una lot da) ol September, bbbbsbssbb9
,..,eai) i 11BNX10M, BaWBBBsi
Songbird's Memory H
Will Be Honored
Su. dish Nightengale. " music lovers of H
gden have arranged a special musi- bbbbs9bbb1
program, lo be given OctoWr 6 al M
the studio Mlsa Bllsn Thomas of bbbbsTbbbbI
Many Und's beautiful song"
i..- sung during th tfternoon and I
p,K p'iv of Iter lit. --v III he given sfH
The lentil anniversary of Jennie H
Llnd win be general
sang on numerous occasions.
where the II
i -let.ration are planned, the program bbbbbbbsbbbbbBi
will be a replica In aa many features H
as possible, Jennie's first conceit H
"JYMIRINF 4 1e,. aessisi.
"- elrells sad Meallef
' CisN Murine for Red
roa rf Soreness. Granula
V.. s-v-C iKn Itching and Burning E
lUUR LYL3of the Eyes or Eyelids; f
"2 Drops" After the Mrrrte. Motorina' or Goh t
rill wis yrair confidence. Ask Your DrasgnS
rr Murine beo your t res Nd l, ti I
Murine yt Remsdy Co.,Cblcago 1
PesY II wM Bssr rr- I ' 1