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HGL SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EX AM1INLK 3
) Brigham Society
I Wednesday evening of last week
Miss Leda Call and Mls. Elnora Hatch
1 I1' entertained at the. home of Mr and
( I .Mrs. Iw. V. Call Lavender and pink
astors were used In the living rooms
and other garden flowers In the din
ing room After Interesting games
and musical numbers ref re shmentn
were served. The following gueots
were present' Misses Vera Preston,
T, TT.. "! - T-
Ir-oiiH. oiuiun, r itanor ikii, I'aisy dui
geon, Lavon Stayner, Aidella ICeller,
Alice Doremus.. Elma Jensen and Ella
IT Mrs. E C. F. H.-trlman entertained
Wr dnesday afternoon In honor of Mr.".
J Olsen of Salt Lake City. A dainty
luncheon was served to fifteen guests,
friends of Mr? Olflen's Basket! and
vases of garden flowers were used tor
Mrs. George Plater entertained a
few friends Thursday afternoon at a
Kensington Tea. Ivnender asters in
a yellow bowl formed the center
piece for the tea table- The guests
v. r p Mrs. Wynn L. Bddy Miss Alice
Str.rnqulst and Mrs Kirk Martin
Mr. Wayne .Teppson and William
Call went to Salt Lake City Wednes
day to take up their studies at the
University of Utah.
Miss Lola Hanson has gone to Lo
gan to enter the r. A. C.
tMlss Elnora Hatch and Mis? Leda
Call have gone to Salt Lake City to
rttend school at the l"nler3ity of
Mr. George Clark was visltlnc
friends and relatives in Brigham last
Mr and Mrs Justin Call have gone
to Sal Lake .City, where they expect
to make their home this winter Mr.
Call will resume his studies at the
University of Utah
Miss Ruth Horsley left Thursday
' to attend school al the University of
y ' . . .
? 'I Mr" FrefI Beesjey. of Salt Lake City,
yTSfefll was a business visitor here last week.
Mlas Mnrjorie Horsley left Friday
for Salt Lake City to enter school at
the University of Utah.
iJUtt, Mr. Reese Merrel left Thursday to
, ' , attend school at the University of
Mrs. Olsen. of Salt Lake City, was a
guest at the home of Mrs Anna Ras
Hk 1 mussen recently.
Mr Elmer Dean and Rufus Jepp
HB son. of Salt Lake City, spent the
HjH week end visiting friends here.
K Mrs. Staker Ik visiting at the home
BbB of Mr. and Mrs J Johansen.
V Mr. and Mrs. 11 C Day spent Sun
day in Ogden.
32B Mrs. Rae P. Stratford spent Frl-
dav in Ogden.
, Miss Mable Ruben spent the week
HgV end in Harper visiting Miss Ester
W ! Clark
Mrs A v B DoremdS, of Salt Lake
City, ere visiting at the home of Mr.
nd;i Mrs. H. P. Doremus.
Miss Fowler spent the week end
here with her parents. Rev, and Mrs.
C E. Fowler.
Mrs. Genetta Minogue left yester
day for her homo in Michigan arter
spending the summer here with nor
daughter. Mrs H C. Da . and son, Mr.
R E Minogue
Miss Lizzie Preston, of Garland
spent Sunday here visiting her par
ents, Mr and Mrs. Wm. I'reston.
Miss Virginia Clawson, of Salt Lake
City, spent the week end isiting
Mr and Mrs Clifton Fierce and
daughter, Yvonne, spent the week end
visiting In Salt Lake City
Judge J. D. Call spent Friday and
Saturday in Salt Lake City.
Mr. H. R Doremus was a business
visitor to Salt Lake Citv Saturday. I
Miss Rae Knudson left Sunday after- :
noon for Salt Lake City to attend the
University of Utah,
Mrs. John J. Ward of W lllard. Is!
visiting in Salt Lake City
Attorney K. B. Young spent Satur
day in Logan
Mrs Holmes has returned home aft
er a months visit with her daughters
in San Francisco Mrs. Holmes also
visited In southern California several
Miss Opal Knudson spent the week
end In Brigham
Miss Ella Lowe left for Salt Lake
City ednesday mominc to resume
her studies at the University of Utah.
Mrs. W. H Griffith and Mrs Em-
ery Rceso entertained the Social De
velopment club at the home of Mrs '
Griffith Frldaj afternoon. Vocal
numbers were given, after which, Mrs
LcRoy Smith gave a paper on "Pre- j
natal Care' During the social hour a
dainty tray luncheon was served oy
i the 1 1 -1 . Roses and snapdragons
I were used in the dining room In
i the living rooms were large baskets
of fall flowers The following club
'members were present' Mesdames
j ". W Knudson, K. C Wright, Floyd
, Knudson, Frank Earl, Orion Jenson,
Milton Jensen Clifford Jenson, Nobf.l
Fishburn.. Wilford Anderson. The
pests were Mrs. R. B. Young. Mrs
Lt Roy Smith, Mrs Prank Holman
Mrs A. D Cooley.
Misses Rae and Opal Knudson en
tertained Saturday and Sunday at a
week end house partv for out-of-town
Dr. and Mrs H. E. Robinson of
Ogden. motored tb Brigham Sunday ,
and spent the dav with friends.
Mrs. Wm. Moss of Bountiful, is
Visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. B. O. Jeppson and Mrs. H.
Larson were in Salt Lake City Wed
nesday to witness the marri Lge of Mis:'
Cleopa Jeppson and Mr Tracy Larson
Mr J H Hart, of Salt Lake City,
was B business visitor here Monday
Mrs. Wm. J. f.owe and daughter,
Eleanor, spent Tuesday in Ogden.
Miss Alice Eddy left Tuesday for
Palo Alto, California, to attend S( hool
at the Stanford University.
Mr. Russel Standing formerly of
Brigham, Is visiting friends ben-. lie
lea for Logan Thursday to enroll at
the Agricultural college.
Mr. anl VI rS H. C. Dav spent Moh-
daj evening in Ogden as dinner guests
r,. -.n.i Mrs r. Tl. Hnllintrsw orth
at their summer home in Ogd n ean
von. Mrs. Xels Jenson and Mrs. C W.
Knudson were guests at the Relief
Society social at Corinne Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Grosbeck of
Salt Lake City, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and MrS W L. HolSI
Mr H C Day was a business visitor
to Ogden yesterday
Mrs. Minnie J Lund returned from
Mrs. Kirk Martin is visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. Wynn L. Eddy accom
panied th:ir daughter Alice to I gflen
The marriage of Miss Cleop i Ji pp.
son and Mr Tracy Larson of this rv,
took place in the Bait Lake temple
Wednesday. The bride and groom
both come from prominent families of
this city and are leaders among th ;i
social set. Miss Jeppson is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs B. O, Jeppson,
and Mr. Larson the son of Mrs 1 1
Larson. After B short visit in Salt
Lake city, they will make their home
Dr. and Mnj. George Fister enter
tained at a dinner party last Suhdaj 1
The guests motored from Salt Lake- !
to Brigham and spent the day visiting,
returning the same evening. Fall f'.ow
ers were used for a centerpiece. Cov
ers were laid for the following cuests.
Messrs. and Mesdames Edwin Clawson.
Avery Turner, Ivan Dohpilst, Arnold
Clinger, Claud wiiklns. Misses Nellie I
Pugsley, Virginia and Olive Snow-. j
Miss Mnye Older and Mr. Thomas
Fledger of Corinne, were married SUU-
uu. ,n inf. iiy Hie iiit" vriuc a p.ii-
!ents. Mr and Mrs S. A. Older. They
! vv ill make their home in Cotftuse.
Miss Ester Clark of Harper, was
hostess at a dinner party last Sunday,
given in honor of Miss Mabh- Ruben,
her week end guest. Garden flowers
were used In the living rooms and a
large bowl of- asters formed the cen
terpiece of the dinner table. Covers
were laid for Miss Mable Ruben. Mr.
Bevard N'ichlos and Mr. Harold Robin
son. Tuesday, the ladles of the Relief So
city of Corinnne entertained In honor
of tho retiring officers An interest
ing musical program was given, after
which a delicious tray luncheon was
served. Each retiring officer was pre
sented with a book of poems. In
the evening a large dancing party was
given for the ladies and their part
An Interesting social event of the
week was the banquet given at the
Presbyterian hurch Tuesday night by
the Ladies' Aid Society in behjkif of
M The the j " ' '''''
announces iliut all extension class courses offered in $ Thp Xteilsl0u Dm
Salt Lake, Ogden and throughout the state wiil be- don als0 offcr3 SU(h
October 11. courses as "Food vai
I GREATLY INCREASED LIST OF PRACTICAL gj ues" "md Wcl
COURSES OFFERED BY AN ENLARGED fa fare" tbat an bo takcn
FACULTY t0 advaut2ce by young
f; mothers while at home.
I n Object of Work I
n To increase vocational efficiency, to develop per
il sonal culture and to make for better citizenship
Last year 2012 students w ere n-n M c-i .n ;,,c 9
Pxtension Ihvision; SiXX) monthly altended Extension
U Division lectures, and 20,000 monthly were reached tiA f
by educational films. Ask for the Pub11"-
H ti0U8 of the Extension
D Watch for announcements during the coming two 1 Division. Thoy treat
III Wes- such practicaj subjects
U Full mformation may be had by corresponding U m "Wintwr dare of Au-
With the Extension Division, U tomoblles- Citizen-
the Westminster -oiiej?e of Salt Lake
City. Three long tables decorated with
crystal baskets of California popples
rnd tall yellow candles were sot In
the church Covers were laid for sev
enty piH-sts. Following the dinner, a
musical program a? glvrn by Miss
Vera Breston and Mr.. Clifton Pierce.
President H. W Reherd, I. D . u-.i . o
I an interesting talk on the subject.
I 'Making Men." Charles F. Senrey,
field secretary, gave a talk on the
I subject. Things That Win ' Rev. E.
I C Fowler presided.
Salt Lake Society
Continued Prom Fnge Two.)
tlona A basket of while roses had
a oltio tulle bow on the handle Mm.
Nephf L. Morris w;is toiistmlstress, and
leach of the members responded to
Covers wm-g laid for the following:
-Mrs. Coin;iy Aehton, Mrs, Ashby I).
Boyle, Jlrs Heber K. Burton, Mrs H.
L. A. Culmei, Mrs. Isaac Blair Kvans,
I Mrs. Kngeno T Hill::. Miss Florence
Horner -Mrs. William C McDonald,
I Mrs. Burton W. Musser, Mrs (' Clar
lence Neslen Mrs. W. J . Kit-r, Mrs.
IBllas A. Smith, Jr. Mrs. A. A. Tre
ganz.i. Afias Bmmeline Wells, Mies Af
ton Young, Mrs Clarl: Snow, Mrw. Ne
phl L. Morris. Mrs Lafayette Whlt
Iney, Mrs. Hodney T. badger, Mrs
1 Lewis T. Cannon, Mrs Selden I Claw
son and Mrs. Luta Van Hills.
In compliment to Mrs. J. 1'. Mcin
tosh, who will leave soon for Mexico
to make h i home, ami of Mrs. W. C.
McDonald, who has recently returned
,irom speudliif; tin. suuh.k'I' on the Ca
lcific coast, Mrs iler.ry i. Moore en
tertained at cards Wednesday night at
nei home, 'ih i st reel
A color scheme of yellow was car
ried out In the house decorations with
dahlias and marigolds Supper wad
served at the card tables following liio
garm-s. Puhch was served In the li
brary during the evening.
The guests, in addition to the guests
of honor, were Mrs. William Spry, Mrs
IS. w Koot, Mrs. w it. Armstrong,
Mrs. W. Shirley. Mis I S. Moore,
Mrs. Prank strong. Mrs Prank Naw-
man. Mrs. Lyda Spry Wool ton. Miss
Afton McDonald end Miss Georgia
Mrs George B. Baker and Miss Lou
ise Dangerfield entertained at cards
last Wednesday night at the Danger
field horn; on Eighth Bast street, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs William T.
Boam. Garden flowers decorated the
house. Pink unci white asters and
snapdragons In a basket formed a cen
terplece for the dining room table. The
hostesses were assisted by Mrs B- S.
I langcri'leld. The guests numbered
Miss ZSlla Smoot, a bride of Mon
day, entertained at a trousseau tea
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
her sister, Mrs Harold It. Smoot, on
Walcotf avenue. Federal Heights. A
Madura cover was on the tea table
and a silver bowl of autumn fruit
formed the centerpiece.
Assisting the hostess were Mrs II.
B. Whitney.-Mrs. Joseph II. Xlbley and
Mrs, A. F. Card on of Logan. The
guests numbered forty.
Mr. and Mrs. A Fred Anderson of
GrantSVllle announce the marriage of
their daughter. Hhea. to Dr. Moroni
K. Woolloy. also of Grautsv llle. The
wedding took place Wednesday in the
Bait Lake temple, a reception will
be given Frldaj evening at the home
of the bride in Grantavllle. Mrs.
Wool ley Is a niece of .Mrs. William
Spry of this city
The Forest Dale ward c hoir gave an
entertainment Tuesday evening at the
ward amusement hall tii honor ot Mi.-s
Lydla Nastier, who will leave etober
,j lor California i ne evening was
Spent in gnhes and a program was
given. The hall was decorated in fall
flowers. Light refreshments were serv
ed About fifty guests were 111 attend
ance. To say good-bye to Salt Lake friends
Mrs. William Rollln Poster entertained
it luncheon Tuesday at "My Shop."
Luncheon was served at small tables
end bridge followed
The decorations were In a variety
of shades of zinnia. Small baskets of
the effective fall blossoms formed a
centerpiece for each table and they
w'ere arranged In vases about the
room. The place cards were In tones
i of yellow, with playing card devices
sketched upon them. Covers were laid
Mrs. Foster will leave the latter part
of the week lor her former home at
Winona, Minn., after spending a year
In Salt Lake.
Mrs Monroe I la miner entertained at
tea Tuesday afternoon at her home In
,the Maryland apartments In honor of
her sister. Mrs. Hugh Hlrachman ot
ISt Paul, Minn ,
j The rooms were decorated in garden
flowers. A bowl of blue corn flowers
j and yellow marigolds In a baukct
formed an effective centerpiece for
the table a blue and gold Idea was
arrled out in all of the deooratlve de
tails of the (able. ' The guests number
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Madscn on
Lei lamed the amusement committee
and bishopric of the Richard ward
Monday evening ai a theatre party at
I he Salt Lake theatre, followed bj a
In. If.. I Illnnu In !, ..!,. r.f
Keelcy & The guests were seated at
seven small tables. Pink asters In
I wicker baskets formed the centerpice
for each table. The guests Included
Bishop and Mrs. J. A. llockwood. M r.
land Mrs. wr. h. Ingham, Mr, and Mrs.;
F W Ball. Mr and Mrs John Donel
son, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, l Lam
bert, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Strong.
Mr. and Mrs, Art Hoglund. Dr. and
Mrs. Dec W. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
Boss Kunkcl. Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Timms, Mr. and Mrs. K. 1 1 . Chapman,
Mrs- B. 1,1. Do.dle, Miss Lillian Al
ston. Thomas Alston and A. Schae4,
Mrs. Joseph P, Xlbley entertained
at an Informal tea Tuesday afternoon
I at he: home on Fast Mouth Temple
Street in honor of Mi.-s Zella Smoot, a
bride of m xt week. The decorations
were garden flowers.
i Miss Rachel Patrick ami Mr. and
'Mia. P. h. Barnes entertained al din
ner Tuosdas nlgb ai the Patrick home
on B sir. -ei m compliments to Mr, and
Mrs Archibald Spiers of Glasgow,
Scotland, who will leave today for a
islt to relatives and friends In th'
east and Canada before returning
The rooms were decorated In a var
iety of garden flowers. Fink chrys
anthemums in a basket formed a cen
terpiece for the table. Covers were
laid for lh following, besides the
gmsts ,,f honor: Mr. and Mrs, D. L.
Murdock, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pat-
. .ill. .1MU .MIS. V. (j. i-aillCK M.
and Mrs. J. M. Patrick, Miss Carrie
Patrick and Mls-i Kli.a bet h Batre.k.
Mrs Grant Hampton and daughters I
Miss Anna Low. Hampton and Miss
Amelia Hampton, have returned from
California, where they nave spent nine
months at Los Angeles and J he
Mrs. B. S. Dangerfield, Jr.. enter
tained on Moiidaj venlng in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Boam of Los
Ageles, who have been spending the
-Mrs William Roydl, former-!
ly Miss Viola Mcchalson, who
was recently married in thi"
i Salt Lake temple, has returned I
ifrnm a honcyniooii trip through
Idaho, Mr, and Airs. Kn al are
at home to their friends in W il
! I , m i
past four weeks With relatives and
friends In this city. Games and music
wen enjoyed during the evening and
la late supper was served Mr. and
! flrs. Boam will leave Saturday for
tfceir home In lxs Angeles
Mr?. J. T. Donnelah of Ocean I'ark
9 vlsiUng Mrs. L. C. Scheid.
, Mr and Mrs Harold Burton have
relumed from a visit to Glacier Na
tional park and lo Canada,
General Superintendent I H. Luke
I of the Denver and Rio Grande -and
their daughter Pauline accompanied
by other officials of the road have re
turned from a tour of Colorado.
U. S. RECEIVES
COLD OF RUSSIA
Officials Puzzled on Source of
Item in Great Bullion
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2. The rcgu
! lar periodical statement of the federal
p lerVe board, covering imports and
exports of gold and silver contained
notice of the Importation of ?339.t53C
in gold from "Russia In Kurope," the
first gold to come from Russia since
late In 1516.
ri .I.i I) o I K vti EU E
f fjcials were puzzled hy the Item
which snowed the met.nl had been re
ceived In New Yorfk several days ago.
Inquiry failed to identify the shipment
ulthoiiKh reserve board officials DO"
lieved it must have come from soviet
The unexplained shipment was in-
l eluded in im aggregating f 1 0 , -
350.000 for the ten days covered by
I the statement (f this sum France
I sent H, 000, 000 and Great Britain 6
930,000 South Americ an nations sent
TO P W lA 1 Wx
The shlpnn nts from France and
England were believed to reflect pay
ments on the Anglo-French loan of
Sr.Oi'.iMiii. England has si ni J'.H,-
000,000 since January 1, while France
exports to the United States have to
talled $0,000,000 this year.
Imports of gold from all countries
for the ten days hrought 1 t . 1 Imports
for the years to $79,ooo.ooo.
Exports for the period amounted to
$7.0iri,000 of which $0,540,000 went to
Silver exports exceeded imports. $2.
007.000 coming in against $3,011,000
!sent out In the ten days reported.
'FAIR AND WARMER' FOR
EARLY WEEK PREDICTED
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2. Weather
predictions for the weak beginning
Upper Mississippi and lower Mis
souri valleys Generally fair, with
probability of unsettled weather and
showers about Wednesday Warmer
first part; cooler after Wednesday.
Northern Rooky mountain and
plateau regions; generally fair and
warmer at beginning of week; local
rains and colder middle of week and
fair nnd cool thereafter. m
Southern Rock mountain and
plateau regions: Generally fair and
Pacific states: Generally fair, ex
cept rains In Washington and Ore
gn first half.
A Household Necessity for Quick
Relief in Itching, Bleeding or
Protruding Pile3. Rend for
a Free TriaL
SSSj Almost evory
f 'i 1 1 1 1 1 has al least
jHjHM " ' " 1 . 1 "
SB b &affordcd hy I'yra-
H gBml(l Pile Suppotd-
5 " written wonderful
I'll' 1 i 11I ait l r:i
'"R mid A CO cent box
JjU y from anv d r 11 1:
usr nslorc should be
fj , n o u g h to con- !
--rvlncc you as it
has a h .1 m t of I
Pyramid I Others. Take. no '
A Wonder i'llute. j
The fact that
you will find Pyramid on sale In al
most every drug a to re In the. IT- S
and Canada shows to what extent
I he public depend j upon Pyramid.
FKEi; SAMPLE COUPON
PTH.WIIO I H I 1; COMPANY.
UJS lyrkmld UUls., Maroball, Mich.
Kindly itnti mo a Ftmi mtilo of Pyramid
Pile Supoiltorl. la I'lain wrapptr.
Clly. ... Btftlfl
THE UZ'.t U I! T Si Hi'-.VC COME O
AND WITH THEM I
M. ADVANCE STYLES In DRESSES M I
g3 These styles are just now Appearing on Fifth if
J Wenue and on Broadway, New York. A promi-
, neat New York eBtablishmenl sends them t us
in ft limited consignment, which urges upon yon 3E
an early selecl ion.
H The Suits The Dresses
KjS Shades of brown pro- 3ilks in black, brown hr
lominate the late arrlv- ind navv modeled in W
Aft. . w, , . the ultra smart lonr; TP
m whK-h come ,n ,,,;,,,,,,,, ,ilh ruf. dfe
,. broadcloth and yalama. ries. Some are accor- j
rhey are cut in both uion plaited; some have '
he straight line and ,ace over skirts. Very
t-i , , trim and chic and of .1 f-J H
- . lnpie Qffects, and nre ,., . 12J f
m r' cjuplilv that women rec- -zr- pl
idorned with Sealinc gnizc at once as genu- il
SOllara and trimmings. ine.
Come In Wc will be plenr.cd to 6how you these eu'.ts and
I J , t . drcssr;. Hi
DELIVERIES IF DESIRED
i I ) XbmcnVXfcannAppatct ;
0 Vashington Ave. 0den"
First State to Show Decrease
in Census; S. Dakota
Loses Rank -
WASHINGTON, Oct 2 Mississippi
is the second state, to show a decrease
111 population In the 1920 census. Its
population of 1.789,182 announced to
day by the census bureau. Is 7,932, or
0.4 per cent less than that of ten
Vermont was the first state to show
a decrease. Its 1920 population being j
one per cent less than that of ten
I MvLAlIOM GUI 'A Si
The 1920 poplations of Oklahoma,
Wisconsin ami South Pnkota also were
1 announced and each show a substantial
I Increase. Oklahoma had the greatest
Increase. Its population of 2.027,364
helner 370.409, or 22.4 per cent greater
j than that In 1910. This, however, was
I the smallest numerical and relative
: increase shown by Oklahoma since its
Organisation as a territory in 1S90.
Wisconsin's population Is 2,1.31.839.
an Increase of 297.9794 or 12 8 per
cent as compared with that of 1910,
The state retains Its present rank as
thirteenth most populous state,
s DAKOTA LOSES RANK.
South Dakota with a population of
635.839, an increase of 51,951, or 8.9
per cent; falls Into 37th place, hav
ing been passed by North Dakota The
II ite showed both its lowest numeri
cal nnd Tclatlve Increase since Its
admission as a state In 1SS9.
THOUSANDS OF RATS
TRAPPED IN TEXAS CITY
PORT ARTHUR, Tex.. Oct. 2.
Trappers employed by the United
States Public- Health Service here have
caught to date nine thousand rats.
Laboratory tests showed no presence
! of bubonic plague Infection in mv if
1 the rodents. The rats 1 ost the gov
jernment 38 cents each for trapping
not including laboratory expenses.
At Hungarian weddings. ilvor coins
are thrown into a plate until it is
cracked, the money going to the newly-weds.
FALLS SLIGHTLY I
Guarantees to Railroads May j
Increase Total of 24- I
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2 The na
tin's gross debt was reduced by $237,
Sl5, 995 In September, according to
figures made public today by the J
Most of the reduction occurred in
the floating debt or issues of certlfl- H
catcs of Indebtedness. Outstanding ccr
tlflcates ,now aggregate $2,347,791,000,
which Is included in the total gross
debt of $24,087,356,000
At the time of the Income and
profits tax payment, September 15.
p. ni 1650,000,00.0 In certificates of
Indebtedness matured. Simultanc
ously a new Issue of $450,000,000 was 'M
offered. Tax payments provided funds
to meet the difference in certificate
Government receipts for the month
totalled $911,000,000 while expendi
tures fell below $300,000,000. This
difference, which was larger than
usual, was explained as due to a de
dine In the demands for funds from
the railroads under the guarantee pro
visions of the transportation act.
Officials said, however, that the
same ratio between receipts and ex
pendltures probably would not be
maintained next month. They expect
the railroads to come. In for larger
sums under the guarantees.
METAL WORKERS AGREE
WITH ITALIAN MASTERS- j
MILAN. Oct. 1. An accord on all
I questions remaining unsettled up to
I his time between the masters and H
the men growing out of the metal
workers' movement was reached here
today. The agreement camo after 'H
three hours' discussion at a meeting jH
of representatives of the two sides lH
brought about hy Prefect Iaisignoll.
By the terms of the agreement the H
masters agreed to pay the actual value
of the work done during the occu-
patlon of the plants by the men in
those cases In which this value ex-
ceeded the amount of the arrears of
Increased wages granted by the set- .H
tlement agreement previously reached H
wi Koine. H
ON THE MARKET I I
JOHN SCOWCROFT & SONS CO. I
OGDEN, UTAH, SINCE 1880
Branch Houses .it Price. Ut ih, and Idaho Falls, Idaho