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Pll SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7 5 I
I Church Committee
' Makes Reports On j
i Conference Rates
I Action of Interurban Held Un
fair; Method Found to Get
Lower Rate Than Regu
lar Schedule Offers
j Anion of the Interurba n railroads
I io charge the K.mie conference rate to
I Sail l-ike a charged bj the steam
roads, Is, he-Id unfair by an Ogden com-
mittee recently appointed to Invcstl-
I rate and to taae the matter up with
the railroad, according to officers
IL. nnri members of the T,. D S. church,
in three stakes of Weber count
LOWER RATES FOR GROUPS
' The committee reported that the
Bamberger Electric railroad has pub
lished lower rates for groups of ft ft
persons and It Is recommended that
all who desire to attend the conference
BJK ln Sa,t l-'lkl avail themselves of the
'il A cheaper rut through suggestions con-
i tallied in thr- following report
' 3 The complete report submitted by
jiv thi committee yesterday and addressed j
g&j t, 'The officers .nd members of the
BF'j church in trie three stakes In Weber,
fiw-jl counts follows in full
COM mi n i l , Ki:ioit i
Jt Soui committee appointed at 'be
special meeting held in the Ogden
' iH tabernacle, September 1S. for the pur-i
w pose of Investigating 'h- proposed
mtLm conference rates from Ogden to Salt1
aWbT Lalte City and return offers the follow-1
MEjO lux report:
fUlL. "As stated to you In the tabernacle j
?TVf meeting, the Bamberger Blefctrlc rail- ,
road, has fixed the conference fare,
from ugden to Fait like and return
at $1.9u. The regular return ticket y
I y la s i . y . You see, therefore, that the
' Electric road has practically nude lOj
H. conference rate.
'in explanation Ibis, the Bam
fs berger Electric officials stated to your (
mjM Jr, niiniue ti. -tr.u. h th i"
) ,-...,! , i. ) ,rg- 1 I ! i v Dip- ): but
l I ' .. d bbui'd rc-
1 celve the same amOUhl. Mr. Julian ,
Bamberger's letter sent in reply to our
ktm request for a better rate cxplatps In ,
1 mi. lli ii MoV V cT nl.
H gcn, Utah.
I Acknowledging oui cf September
E' -' 81 h reference conferenci ratei
It has been the custom of the car
tiers in this community, for a great
many years past, to agree- upon i con
i" rence rate common to all carriers,
and likewise this year, a common basis
was reached whleh would govern all
the carriers within the state.
The bas s determined upon was. as
ou know. 1 - limes the- one way
i;n- of the steam carriers, and tnis
basis has been adopte 1 ly all 'he
steam . .ri i. rs. Id; w n- by tie I ta h-
Lm fdaho-Coniral railroad, the Salt Like
A L'tah railroad, as well as ourselves
Th. condition you note is not con-
f.ned to 'gil n -i! it- Mii.iit, alone.
but ukt v. applies with similar effect
t.. very community reached by the
MM three electric interurban Ikies, wnich
serve approximately 7.7 per cent of th-1
mmL sate of L'tah. We therefore feci that
UmW we should be entltli d to the same rev-
H nue on thl - traffli is re eived 03
Umu the competitive carriers, and likewise
nmtl by the other Inter urbane, for Similar
HI service, and though It is true that we
;ire now plot' ctlnjr a Sunday rate of
SI. 10. yet we have applied to the i ub
HH' lie Utilities Commission for an incicas.-
Wl of this rate as It Is entirely too low,
lyjTfj and the application ln regard therte
1 ie still pending. i
In the meantime, though we feel
that the rates are too low, ve are, of
' course, helpless In the matter and
IBj must continue to sell on that bus s uu-
H til the commission gran.s us rc-le..
We do not wish you to feel that we
are desirous to do anything that woul.i
tend to Injure the state fair or the
K conference, nor to stand in the way of
Hie good results which are accompllsh
ed by these good institutions, but we
do feel that with our superior service
and bett r aceommodatlons we are not
Inconsistent in asking at least the same
h raie inai our competitor enarges. not
Jl only from local points on our line, but
I in connection with the traffic from
lache VaU y
1 i Koi your further information, our
H) ' present tariff for special party rates.
I as noted in items No. G, 6 and 9 of
f our Tariff Xo P-ltt, copy of which is
L enclosed, and thesi rates -ir. available
if you desire to comidy with the guar-
B antce specified therein,
f J"" Yours truly
Li Pres. and Gen. Kgr.
'(2 - S. It might be of Interest to note
M that i hough our rate is the garni is
(J our competitors offer, yet the steam
hjjj carriers require a ery complicated
fw certificate method of fare, whereas
Jji our fare Is on the open rate basis-,
if The action of the inii rurban rail-
M roads to charge the same conference-
rate as tbe steam roads seems to Vour
'committee to be unfair to oiih r nee
visitors, Inasmuch as Mw i-egular price
lb kets on the 1 n t e ri i r b.i n is lower than
ii the steam roads Although e think
Mi.- 1 1-3 far.- charged by the steam
'roads is altogether too high for a con
iferehce rate, yet If the electrical roads
Kad - liarg.-d bOt 1 -8 of tbolr regular
rate, thev would hae ui 'least ruled
consistently; but to charge the same
price as the steam roads only at con
ference time seems to be wholly inde-,
The following table v ill give you the1
comparative fare from Ogdcn, Fogan
Provo, respectively to Salt Lake City!
and return at regular rates and con
ference rates for ctober 1920
PrOm 'gden to Palt Lake City and
steun roads TlU
Regular one fare ?1.3 11 U.t'i,
Conference one and
one-third . J 7fi It 1.90 j
Regular one fare ... 1 00 08 1.08 j
Conference I . SO f 1 9:
I'rom Logan to Salt Lake City:
Kegular qnn faro ... 3. 90 32 4.2S
Conference one and
one-third 5-2S 42 5.70
Regular one fare . 3.23 4.S2
Round trip 603
Conference rate ... . 3 25 and tax..
I'rom n-ovo to Salt Lake City
Regular one fare . ... 1.80 14 1.94,1
Confefcnce one and
Line-third .. .- 2.40 19 2.59
I leetrh- road
Regular one faro .. 145 12 137
Round trip 2 75 13 988
LTonfereiiee rate 2.40 1H 2.39
'Fortunately; for thi- Weber count.
."lii, me jsamoerger Mcctric ran
ruad has published lower rates for
jroups of 50. and we recommend that
ii! who desire to attend confe'reiice
ivall themselves of this cheaper fare
fo do so. you will act In accordanci
.vith the follow ing stiggestions
"On t-anday, October 3, or as soon
hereafter as possible, please notlfi
our stake clerk of your Intention to
H i iinrr iti ill' i oill'1' Iiet- or ine 8WII!
fair, and name the- day or days you
wish to attend
(S) "You will then receive your
ticket from DaVld W Evans, W.ttson
Tanncr Clothing store, San-m l Dye,
Security State bank, or Culley 1'rug
(3 i Providing more than 50 will go
each day. th:s method will s-cure your
round trip trlcket good re tu: inn:; an;.
?ime o:i o: before cr. 1 3. 1 920. onl
$1"0 phis 8 cents war tax.
"Please take note that if you go to
the ticket window and ask f ir a con
ference ruto ticket, jou will be r.-quired
to pay $1.90 4c less than the regu
lar round trip fare.
DAVID i M. KAY,
-f-A.MUEL G DYE.
Compact of International
Chief Terms It
PHIHIjELPHIA. net 2. Parley
IV Chrlsten-en. candidal for presi
dent on the Farmer-Labor party, ln
an addres.s here last night declared
the Farmer-I abor pariy Is an Ameri
can organization and "does not want
to destroy Industry."
"Nor are we going to confiscate it."
he added ' The capitalist today makes
the rules of our country. His only
mdtiVe in the- world is profits.
"When the producers of this coun
try become friends with the great la
bor organizations of the world, when
we. can call a conference In Washing
Ion London or Berlin, then we'll right
fully have a league of nations the re
sult of whieh win not produce wars i
Island fquarely opposed to a league ..i
i nations which Is nut a compact of
'international bankers. We're going to
take this country out of Europe, going
to keep it out of Mexico and will nev
er rest until compulsory military train
ing Is destroyed
"Troops maintained throughout
i l-v-nnsj lvania are not kept here for
peace and order, but to keep the poor
laborer on the job."
JMshtffik Under One i
BL LB) Continuous
i-MS Management I
ri rT HE surplus money which you do not ac- l
j J X tively need in your business can advan- !(
a taeously be placed at interest in our Certifi-
, cates of Deposit which combine the desirable gl
J features of safety, satisfactory interest returns f !
i and ready accessibility
Certificates are issued in amounts and foi t
i periods of time to suit your convenience.
I Ogdkn State Bank
i Capital and. Surplus $300,000.00 a
INTEREST COMPOUNDED s O i
' T O QUARTERLY ON SAVINGS 'O
MUMS TO I
Tri-stake Convention to Be
Held at Weber and
The tri Make conentlon of the Og
tlen. North Weber and Weber stakes j
will be held today with session." in
the Weber Normal college and the tab
ernncle All workers in the organi
zation in the throe stake.s arc urged to
be preseni al ilie meetings
Biemberfl of the general boards who'
are expected io he present are Oscai
A. Kirkhanj, B Cecil tr.ni.s Arthur L.
Beeslc, Thomas Hall and B. 9 Hinek
le of the x. M M r A. aiid Ruth M
Fox, Edith Loyesy, Emily II Higgfe, I
Bnxil B. Adams( Ann M. Cannon,
.Mary E bbduBlly of Ihe V L M, I A
The complete procram rollowa
folbl meeting of slake boards 9 to.
Prelude. Weber s';!.
Sons (to be chosen by song direc-:
Rdll call b.. giakeaa
Report of work for the day
M I. A. work fur 1920-21, month by
month. Three three nun I. Bpeakers
(1) Administrative W ri:, Ogden Btake
(2) Class work. Xcrth Weber slake. I
(3) Special activities, Weber stake
M 1 A activities (10 minutes) :
Menthei geherel board.
Full.ng tertber tr :;ucces:-; (10 niiu
utes) Member of bo; rd.
Joint meeting of stake and local ot
ricera -10 to 12.
Prelude, North Weber stake.
Coniinnn-t;. singinq Cnqer direction
of Lertor llinchehfl.
Ann junecmeni of attondi.acc and cx
I Violin solo North Weber stak
! OrganiZiAtlon of social forces in the!
church Member Kneial (joaid.
Adonrn to departments.
March. Ncrth Weber ttitke!
D parlinent work 1U 30 to i.
Jolnt jiresidencies' department Og
I den stake eonductiDR.
1 The president'. part in a BUCCess-
I rui m. i. a.
(a) t'reaiinc; pr per aimo.sphcre
(b) SharlnK cf responsibility.
(c) Attention to details Member!
2. f'o-operativo teamwork between i
I V. M. ;.n.l v. L. presidencies Staki
board mtniber. (Mrs. Amelia Flygare.) ;
3. General di?cussion.
Joint: secretaries and treasurers' de
partment Opdcn stake conducting.
1. Eftlcrney report for 1920-21
2 The essentials of correct record
J. Importance 0! promptness m re-1
porlinjr -Member general board.
4. General discussion
Joint activities' department (cliuns
ters, organists, librarians. Journal;
agents)- North Weber stake conduct-''
1. Importance of the activity com-
mim r Member general board
2. Report of the trl-stake plan for
preliminary programs Member stake I
board (Weber stake).
3. General discussion.
Joint advanced senior department i
Weber stake conducting.
I 1 Preview of yearns work Member:
; sent ral board
1' How 1 obtain indhidual interest
I Judge D. R. Roberls (Weber stake).
3 General discussion
Senior department of Y. M M. 1 A
Nertl) Weber stake eondueting.
' 1 Preview of year's work Member ,
2 Methods 6( holding the senior bor
Member general boanl.
3 1 ' aieral discussion,
I Junior department of V M. M. I. A. 1 j
t Ogdcn s'akc conducting.
1. Preview of year's work Member'
; general board.
I 2 Retaining scouts' interest in jun-,
;ior lessons- -Membe general beard.
3. General discussion,
j Senior d partment V. I.. M. I A -j
Weber stake conducting.
1 Preview of year's work - General
, board member
2. General discustdun
Junior department Y L. M 1 A.
I Weber stake eondueting
1 Preview of year's work General I
: board member.
2. Reports on successes in Beehive
i w ork during 1919 20. Three local work-1
ers (one from each titake).
Dismiss from department
TABERNACLE 2 P. M.
1 Joint meeting .'ke and local offi-:
ccrs North WeL-tv .,ake conducting
Prelude Ogdeii -lake.
Selection Tabernacle choir.
Weber stake song
M. I. A. slogans Member general
board (l' minutes).
Selection Tabiroacle choir.
Teacher's training Member general
board fi" minutes) North Weber
H liti tie ;.(uing man to find him
self Member general board.
Ogden stake song.
lliflpin the young woman to In her
bettor self Member general board.
Congregational song, ' M. 1 A , Our
M. I. A ' under airec-tion Ol Jost pb
No eening meeting.
TV si ERE1 st UjDED
BLACKPQOT, Ida.. Oct. .Ernest
Kirkputrlck and Allen Shelley, fac-!
tory employes of the Utah-Idaho Sugar
company In this county, were severely
.scalded l esi aping steat'i nnd hot I
water from an evaporating vai yes
terday morning Bo'tl) men received
borne abQUt the head. n-. k and shoul
ders They were treated at :h: Sim
regular 50c 30c
regular 10c . . . . t , . 5c
regular 10c 5c
regular 10c 5c
regular 5c, 2 for ... 5c
UNION CIGAR f TORE
Marion Hotel Bldg.
1 I m "UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE" m I
I IT BEGINS TONIGHT AT 5 P. M. 11
I A HUGH FORD PRODUCTION i LI
fcfcr Jesse L Las ku presents A A
Qhomas Meighan I
They met in the Amor - H
brave Yankee captain. Met and loved and secretly married jSBr-' f 9 H
But when the war glamour had faded, and her hero appeared in Tjfijlmr Xi: '"''?:'V
her exquisite home in a loud 6uit of hand-me-down civies, she didn't f
rush to lay her he. id on his rainbow neckt c . 4 J&N&&liffi?'
Go fighting Sam McGumis opened a attack; became her fath I
Scenario by Clara S. Beranger
J , IN A GREAT TWO-REEL GIRL COMEDY J I
I BBKSSmXTisva Shows at
y Q-00 M
fr rL;J,a adults . adult s , j mm
M ! niidren matinees evenings ! Bj
Reds Would Give Up Boxer In
demnity and Rights of
WASHINGTON, r, t 2 Acceptance
liy e'hlna of a proposal from the RUS--i.iii
Bolshevik authorltica' that th v
tornially renounce- ail rights ahJ cop
Loeqpions prevlonely ekerclaod by tltc
I Unsslnn KOcrntrient in China, has
Prompted the t:ii'. dlepartment to open
informal negotiations JMh other poW
er.s looking to ioneerie- aetion in ip-
nosltioh to such a oxidrsc.
- Actuated by the principle hud dov. n
j in . the Ainn li ;m note to the Itallun
Lainbassador thai all "decisions of viiui
importance," to the interests ot Russia
should he held in abeyance until a ro-1
I i.osrnizcd government Is restored there,-'
the state department also bos Inquired
i of tip' i htnese government informally
las i , , ih, nature of the Impairment of
! Russian rights in Chlaa involved.
Officials did not slate what nations
had been approached by the American
government as to th-i matter, but it Is
i-Miiiied that Great Britain, Prapco
; and Italy and Japan were among
then) n is understood that negoti
I ations with Peking art- being con-,
j ducted through Minister Crane.
ffi I ' I rAi 1 . ii'lrli
Action wat taken here upon tin- re
ceipt from .Mr. Crane of an official
; inundate issued Bepti mber 29 by the
Itphlneas government suspending all
Uus!an lights in t'hliia a ndi-eiiui-st ing
the withdrawal of all diplomatic and
consular representatives of the for
mi i Kerensky government, by whom
Ki-s'u has been re pr tjen 1 1 d :.imv tie
overthrow of the czar. The 'Russian
lOVlet government la.t April, In a note
t the Chinese government renounced
all rights ami special privileges pre-
; vlously obtained from China bj Uus
la, including the Hoxt-r Indemnity of
approximately $3.3J.ri.U00 a year. Sinv e
'the overthrow of the czar tin- I:
been paid b) China to Truce Kanda-
nan iiiii in-rw mini
cheff, Russian minister representing
the Kerensky regime.
Not only have the Kerensky repre
sentatives in China been maintained
by this Indemnify, li was said, but
Kerensky dlplomutie missions in other
countries, inciudinj; ftforla Bakhmetl
eff. Russian ambaasadqjr here, have
hi en supported b tin-so annual pay?
mentS slrn.e K'.i. nsky s fall.
Control exercised by Russia in con
junction with China and Japan over
the Chinese Bastern railway also was
surrendered bv the Bolshevlkl.
OOP1 OF MANDATI
V riinv of the Chinese mandate re
ceived today ln official circles said in
"As the Russian minister to China
and all the consuls 00w In the ter
ritory of the republic are no longer la
a position to represent their country
the treatment which has hcrtofoiv ac
corded them as diplomatic and consul
ar officers Is hereby suspended. How
ever, Inasmuch i this nation remains
as friendly to the Kusoian people ;s
before. It is but proper that the lives
ami property of all iiioo Russian
now peacefully residing In this eouniry
hall be us fully proiected as hereto-,
As to the int rnal political trouble
'in Russia we StllJ maintain our neur
trallty and will act ln accord with the LM
'. i s. f H
"Insofar as Russian concessions are 7H
concerned, the land belonging to thb IH
Chinese Elastern railway and Russians
living in different parts of China, the H
ministers controlling these, questions
and the high provincial authorities are
instructed to devise and execute ap- '
' propriate measures. '
ARGENTINE MINISTER TO
MEET SENATOR IN DUEL
BUENOS AIRES. Oct. 2. Honors
rlo Pueyjcredon, thi- foreign minister,
resigned his office today and dls-
etched isconde ' demand satisfac- LLM
tion trom Senatoi Benito ViUaneuva.,
f.ill.iw.n a statement made In the sen- WLm
ate yesterdai by S nator Vlllaneuyaj LM
barging that the foreign minister had
ipproved a falsehood over his signa-
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