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I 12 THE OGDEN STANDARD EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1920.1
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I MOHE ACTIVITY
I SEEN ON BOARD
! Business Becomes Brisker on
Utah Mining Ex
change lT Moro activity was manifested i' ,h"
trading of mining stocks this mom-
p iiia r" ,hr S;'" L,K' k Ml"1n
Exchange fhrfn has been exhibited in
B the past few- days.
Tintic Standard oi.i MOO shares t
prices ranging from 3.02 to 1 3
sharps :.t 3c. All-. Tunnel tnl'io shares,
LH at 5.- -tn.i N'-w 'x'huicv 12,500 shares
at 6 ind Sc Howell with listnt
trading brought lOc.
Silver King Coal. -l this morning
:it $1 go. Silver King Con. closed
with r"e bid and asked,
(Quotation; mrniqlMMl "ver private
ol Hoglc .v .
i KoclOfi Hullilina.)
' v 1 1 Con 5 "- ?'-
Albion IJH ijg '
i American "-x2 1
I Alt.. Tunnel
I "g "HI "3
Hi- Cottonwood a-
! Uulllon 2 '
i clack Metals ' :
1 Crown Point
v Cardiff 1.30 1-40
H ! ' I
East Clown Point . - i
East Tin. Coal i
ii Eureka Mines 04 .06
1 Eureka Lily Of -!
Emm Silyer .
! Grand Central
Iron King 19 a
1 Judge Mining .......
i Lehl Tintic '"
North Stun .03Va
; New Quincy
' Jliio Copper
Prince Con HO
' Rico .Wellington .- .10 . uv.
: Sil King Coai'n l-0 1.05
SU. King Con 1. 00
II Sioux Con 02
l South Hccla S7
I South Standard 17 .
Tar Baby 01
Tintic Central . .OlVi
Tintic Standard ... 3.02 .0
ruli t ons
A . -m Toledo .0514
H Vankee ..
Zum,i . -11 Vs
i iM ni" Sales.
H I Aruer. Cop. I'J.000 at 3c.
H Kureka Lilj 1 00 nl 6 i
Central Eureka 1000 at 2c.
Columbus Rexall 100 at :tT'.c
Knst Tintic at 7c
Howell BOO nt I " ; 2
Iron King 100
H New Quincy I0,'oo at O'ic, 2600 nt
Naildriver 500 at 55c.
Prince con. 200 at si
Silver King Coal II DO.
Tar Baby ' at 214c.
Tintic Standard 50 at S3.02'4; 100
Walker 100 at $3.20.
I Olosiug Sales,
Alb) Tunnel 8QBJ0 at "e.
''olunibUS I -'O'l ;i IT'C.
Bast Tin. Cuii. 1'nio al
Howell 500 ut lo'rc.
Leonora. LQO0 at
Stiver Slitold 500 at 19c; 500 at 20c,
Tintic Standard J 00 .it 13.02; 100
at 13.02, seller 10 nays
Walker 5uo at H.15,
1 L H VL SEA t KM U.S.
Amal Sugar f 13 50 ? IX. IE
Amal. Sugar pfd. ... 101.00 102
Con. Waicon 101.60 103.00
Cement Bee IS M
I'. 7. Sugar 7. HO 8 05
West Cache Sug. ... 100. oo
Wyoming Sugar .... io. uo
pfral Nat. Bank 380 on
' ignVn I'.u kinc .- 27.50
m .i)i LIVESTOCK MKKl l
C'atiP Receipts 111; choice heavy
dteers 3 8.00 ft 9.00. good steers 17 00 gj
S.00, tair steeri S 5.oo j 6.50 choice
' feeder steers 10.00 7.00; choice cow"
1 and helf'T.- $6.00 4 fair ') good
I ,ows and helfeni 15.00 O l cutter
1 t t.OO fk.'i- lanners
choice feeder cows 31.00 5.0.0;
mi bulla $4.004.SO; bolongna bulls $8.00
4J4.00; veal culves 9.00tl 10 50,
Hog Receltps none choice fnt hog--
it-, u 260 pounds $13.O014.36: bulk
Bh of gi 3.85 G 1 4 i'. feeder hog
f 1 1.000
ShA'p Receipts 1521; choice Iambi
BBj io. 50. wi nun 5.0o .;:.. fat
ewes $L'06.00, cl r l.imbrt 5!.oO
I Oi 10 00
Joe Bioran. BfellvleW, Ida.. 1 cat
W. I. Craff. Bellvtew, Ida,, l cat
BBJ Callon A P'elsted, Pocatelloi Ida. 2
BB j a J. D6dson, Keltou, 2 curs cattle
J BUTTER M RGGS
CHICAGO, Oct J Butter lower;
Kggs higher; receipts 5.079 cases
BBl Poulir alive unsettled, towls gc"
crai run' 24c, springs 7c; turkeyl
I AT M1NM VI'dl.h
I m N"N i: A l" 'LIS. .Minn.. ci . 7 .
Klour 00 P 0c hlgherr In carload le..
I famil patpnta.quQted.eJI $11.26 lj.5i
t bajrrel In !s pound cotton xacks.
Bran I B ""
J IVBBrTMSWT BuWCrRITTEfl
m ST, TRADE
Mixed Buying and Selling Or
ders Account for Con
NEW YORK, Oct 7. - Mixed buy
ing und selling orders, chief! j In ro,lls
and oils, accounted largely for the
further- Irregularity of prices at th
opening of today's StOCk market. An
SSVrly sain In Southern Pacific of 1 N
was offset by low of as much in
Royal DutC;h". Texas and Pacific, ye-.
terday's weakest features, rallied
-liKhiiv ,,i ih, outael only to fall back
Iklmosl Immedlaiel) while Reading
gave promise of extending lis recent
;id:niit 'r:niiiii- Steel, Baldwlu Lo
comotive. American Tobacco a'nd Ite
tall Stores were among Ihs other firm
to -i rong Issues.
CHU . GRAIN
CHtOAGO, Oct. :. 'Fresh strength
developed In :b wheai market today,
with lack of selling pressfire rather
than anj great buying apparently re-(
sponsible. Most of the trade was In
small lots. Opening prices, which var
ied from I ofr io .i Ilk. advance.1
with December i 99 to 201 and
March $1.96 tu $1.97 were followed
bj materia) gains all around,
Corn firmed up with Wheat, start
ing ;it ic je, iin, 10 tj,,- advance, De
cember BOTj to I7s and undergo
ing .1 slight general sag, but then ris
ing well above yesterday's finish.
'au reflected the strength of nhei
grain. The opening ranged from 's
to hiciie:. December in 66c,
and there were further upturns later
iiighci quotfltlons on hogs helped to
run ..i . mm sro k
CUM A;ii. ii.- T (I ir. .1 .--i .le
Bureuii of Markets Cattle Kccolpt:'
I.'. Hi'" steiis actnc .111.I -'rong to 2.".
higher several loads steers and Near
lings $i".60j is. 3;. . mi bid and re
fused: bulk grassy kinds $:i.50if I .'..oo :
Westerns receipts 1,000; market steady
Hogs Receipts IS. 000; mostly 15 to
25c higher th;ui yesterday's average;
Kpots more, lop .316.00; hulk light
and butchers $15,300 15 90.
She.-p -Le. .-ip's 2 LOOM; fat sheep
and lambs opening steady; t6i native
lambs $ I2.t0.
M A Klv Ml VI K
NEW YORK, Oct. T. -Kai sliver.
domestic. 99c; foreign S7c.
Mexican dollars 50-sc
FIRST CONCERT OF
JENNY LINO GIVEN
NEW Viillk, Oct. 7. An exact
reproduction of the first concert
given 3ennj Lind n the United
States, featured the centennial
celebration of the famous singer's
btrth. held in Carnegie Kail here
las' night Jepn Llhd. iniper- 1
donated by Frieda HempeH,, s.-ing
ib- sarAV songs that charmed New
Yorkers years .1 n Orchestra
Conductor and usnara wore mid
nineteenth century costumes.
P T. Barn tr m, who brought
MISS I. ind 10 America. w.is im
persqnated by Thomas U le. and
Arthur Mlddletun. represented ihe
Singer's assisting baritone Signor
Musicl airs were given by Ihe
swedlali singing society at uie
Aquarium; which is buili on he
iti of Castle Garden, where Jenny
Llnd gave her fii-st American con-eert.
SPECULATION IN FARM
PRODUCTS TO BE FOUGHT
i WASHINGTON Oct 6. Western
grain growers will Join In the gather
ing of producers of agricultural pro
ducts sailed to meet In Washington
October 12 and 1 S to protest against
reci nt reduction i:i commodity prices,
according to an announcement l the
1 rational board of farm organizations.
j Associations ot" wheat farmers In
Washington ami Montana. have
agreed, the announcement said, to co
operate with "organized cotton, wheat,
livestock, woo", men :.:ol other who
will demand that the government bike
cognisance of speculators, manipula
tions and of unfair discriminations In
flnauclng orderly marketing rf farm
I The pressure at the ceulr of tn
oarh Ifl calculated Io be B.OO0 tobi to
I I ho square inch.
IN JAPAN TO
Situation in America and Nip
pon Grave in View of
TOKIOl 0t -Thckeneei-Kal par-
ty which is opposed i" the govern
ment, lift's voted nol to publish resolu
tions adopied by !h- party on the
California situation "In view of their
grave significance," but to watch dc
vi loprrtents and adopt nieafiures ac
cording to the travel of the situation
The Nl- hi N'lchl. however, today
summaries th- views of the party
The anil-Japanese movement is lo
cal and prematura, when considering
It as affecting all America It Is
Improper to get excited and indulge
in strpng utterances against America.
Japan should follow the indicated
s-. ik to tirotect the rights of her na
tionals In the belief: thi tire supreme
court will nullify Illegal California
enactments If the? steps fail Japan
will be Justified in resorting to other
Japan's lll-ndvlsed cllsploniucy has
contributed to the American situation
especially through 'h. racial equality
proposal at Paris. II was Inevitable
that the United SLites and Canada
WOUld interpret 'he proposal as a pre
lud insisting on the solution of Immi
gration problems Purther.more the
government's policy in Siberia and
Chink, which nol conformed to the
world situation, has produced an un
desirable misundorsiandlr.g abroad
that Japan la .adopting the path of
These and other thing hav: contrib
iii .1 t. the aptl-Japahcge rnbyemfnl
in Ca.41fomla and therefore the gov
ernment should be held responsible to
effect a solutlpn of the situation satls
facioiy ti the will of it he nation.
ANOTHER WINNER AT UTAH
The Fight ing Shepherdess'' is a
ilramatic .toiv of lift1 in the pic
turesque western sli-ep country. Kale
Prentice, played bj nita Stewart.
Is the pretty -daughter of the pro
prietress ol a questionable roadhou.se.
Saved Irom the advances of Pete Mul
lendore, hall Indian and half Negro,
bv Mormon Jot. a recluse alieep
lierd'r. she leaves the tavern. She
becomes Mormon Joe's protege and
partner .n the Bbeep business Kate
Is happv until sho hears the gossips
calling hev ' "Mormon Joes Kate
Hughie Dfsstbn from the East, visits
the sheep country, meets Kate and
I accepts a dare to take her to Hie
Boosters' Ball Kate Is shunned, but
on the way home Hughie tells her he
loves bei and that when hh college
career is completed be will return
'for her. That night .Mormon Joe is
murdered, and suspicion points io
Kale. Lad; of evidence, frees her.
but 1 lie slain remain.". Kate become:
wealthy. Hughie returns, but finds
a change in Kate, and goe- back to
, the cltv, heart broken MuPendore,
who ha acquired large sheep hold
iags and political Influence orders
Kate to leave the community, but
fute Intervenes ling as a result
Ol a right he confesses murdering
Mormon Joe fPboee who scorned the
fighting shepherdess (earn to love
her, excluding Hughie. Hut money
' doesu t bring her happiness. A big
sacrifice does The picture is 'chock'
full it thrills and romance, and we
cannot recommend 11 too highly to
those who serk a high clas? enter
talnnfenl Ha;.s tod:o and n
mainder of wee:,- with a special chil
dren's matinee Saturday
, By cultivating a small fungus on
I rice, the Chinese produced a red col
oring matter for foods.
Mexican Congress to Be Urged
To Expedite New Banking
Bill So Loan of Billion
Can Be Made
iiv i i p Kiiim .
International News Scrv ii c vi ft t ..r-
MF.XK'i.i CITY, klexico The new
banking bill giving Mexico n banking
system similar to the Federal ETegerve
in the L'hite'd States will suon come up
for discussion In ihe .Mexican chugreas.
Efforts .vmII be Aii.de to expedite the
passage Of the measure in the belief
thai it will help iii thr pffort to flout
n ' 00,000,004 lo .n In the I niled
Franier." of ihe new i ou.-d itutlon of
Mexico had a federal bapk In mlhtl
when thov drew up Article tS deal big
With mohopoliesl The article sdys
In the T'nlted Mexican Slates ther'
shall be monopolies nor privileged
places of any Hindi nor exemption
from taxes; n.r prohibit ions wl'h titles
of protection to Industry tx.c'epi 6nl
those whicfi refer lb the coining pf
money, to the post office, telegraph-,
anil wirelcy telegraphs, to the ..-n'is
sum ot bills bv n single i.ank Which
will be controlled by the Federal gov
ernment and to the privilege w?iic:i
for a limited time the law may concedi
to authors, inventors snd those Wiio
perfect some invantlon; thai is to say.
copyrights and patents respectively "
Afi.-r fdrhldding combinations to ad
vance prices or ''to prevent the pub
lic from freely Joining in all . ! i- ot
production ind'jstrv. business or serv
ices," the al'.lcle s.iv.j. I.i'.or associa
tions fofjiled id prote. . the Interests
of the Ifihoriiig classes do not constl
- -. -oo
OIET OF JAPAN
Failure of Nippon Congress io
Enact Reform Laws Brings
TOKIO, Sept. i.- (Correspondence)
Public opinion, as Voiced In the Jap
anese pnesSi Is far from satisfied with
the charactei of the proceedings In the
sosslon of the diet Just closed and is
particular! cotidem nator of the fail
ure to lake better advantages of op
portunities to push constitutional de
velopment.' Speeches in the House of
Kepresentali ves. t specially by sonic of
ihe yo lings i members, snowed the -Istencp
of a movement of llberaiigmi
but '.he pres.s is bitter o er the fact
that the opposition paiMi.-s failed to
make use of then power In a manner
sufficient to exact reforms.
POP! I ill ISY I HE KI
A review of the session of the llouso
of Itepre.sentatlve.s shows that it was
noisv. eV-ii riotous in nature, tbai, be-,
sides the queetioii of granting unixer
sal suffrage, it devotei itself to mat
ters of a transitory or pei"sonal nature,
and that with the exception of the
well-known iTuklo Olaki, there was no
iiari at tuck on militarism or military
influence whitii is mill regarded as
being all powerful in Japan
It Is evident, however, that a iegin
mng has been made in voicing the pop
ular cry for political reforms, ibis be
ing especially noticeable in liie press
ing clamor of the suffragists that all
the oung men of th empire be given
the right to vole and that, in a general
w iv . liberty of speech within and with
out the diet sha.ll be absolutely puar
The ll"'-,b "r Asia, an influential
WSegl) edited by Japanese in the Kng
llsh language, s-ivs ihe preneni condi
tion of parliament i government I"
Japan falls short of general expecta
tions but it 1 not so pessimistic as
to believe in ihe absolute failure of the
Democratic movement. The journal
offers a-s proof of the spread of democ
racy tbe trend ot thought among the
intelligent sections of the people, es-
. peciallv the riainjf generation. Jt notes
that democracy is one of tbe most dls- j
tinctlva characteristics ot the contents
of the periodical press Kut rlemocracy
seemed relatively weak In political clr-,
The truth is, wrote the editor, thut
THEY MARCHED IN FRANCE, THEY MARCH AGAIN I
CLEVELAND, -T v . h i y
thousand strong, the defenders o?
lemocracy marehetl here during
Hie national convention of the
tVmeriean Legion. Between sile
walks jammed with cheering spec
tators, the men ainl scores 'i armv
nurses marched i" tjie strains t'
l"eiis of bands. Buddy may hav-.
changed Iii liighrueckecj khaki
and ins low-necked blues for civi
lian duds, and be maj pack a aritS
where pnCC he toted a l tile, hut hi-
appetite has npl changed a int. !
clare the Salvation Army lassies,
who dispensed lem,onalG and "de
moeracy doughniitsl' to Uiie in.n clt
rrs for the usual i iharger -a grin.
SIX JCROfts CI 1TKP
N'KW YORK. "ct 5 Six- jurors had
been accepted tcntativelv tonight aj
the close Of the first day of the trial
Of SteWaTt N M .Mullin. prohibition
enforcement agent charged with first
Ml -Mullin while on duty, killed
Ham Carlton, a chauffeur, last
March He is being tried in federal
court, with a federal district attorney
acting as his counsel and stale Officials
resaing the prosecution.
Commenting on the situation, unique
in legal proceedings. Federal Judge
tfayei explained that Lie government
13 compelled by law to defend a feder
al employe, who asserts he commito-d
an act in performance of his duty.
r.t ill I RJES ' IDIO.
BUTTE, Muni., Oct. '. After ten
years of trials, aggravated by local
Keographlc.il and other conditions.
Rutte now has a radio club of L'o
member two of whom are women,
and three high-powered stations capa
ble of sending -md receiving messages
within a radius of o.OtlO to 6.000 miies.
There are also ten smajlcr instruments
and more than twu doseil persons ex
perimenting with spark and coil "fa
lion-, capable of sending and receiving
messages within a radius of one and
two miles, it Js announced. To Quali
fy for membership in the club. It is
ne essar.v to pass the government ama
teur wireless test.
under the existing limited suffrage the
classes of people among wnum democ
racj Is malung headway are debairnd
from sending representatives to the
lower chamber of the diet, "Conse
quently " continued the article, "that
important body is hardly touched by
the great wave of liberalism tnul is
sweeping the land We. bee Ihe ano
malous spectacle of the 'supposed rep
resentative's of tire people remaining as
a whole, in the same Condition of ig
norant and Inaptitude as they were
JO vitars as. Lut sooner or later, the
Suffrage will be still further extended
so as to enable the educated - young
men to have a say in parliamentary
elections hen that day conies and
ii will probably come Sooner than
most people imag.ii.- an important
revolution Is bound to be ibe Immedi
ate result in the pblfllcal world (
3a pan '
By all means see Anita
Stewart in "The Fighting
Shepherdess," filmed in Wyo
ming.' Greatest picture you
ever saw. Special children's
matinee Saturday, send them.
Henry Clews Says Condition
Is Result of World Wide
NKvV YultK, Met. C. Henry ClbWS
Jin bis weekly market letter says:
J In the domestic financial field th
j outstanding feature of the wo-k bas
! been a continuance of the prb-.- ui
'ling movement This now iin ludef,
.'several will known makes of uUtonlO'-l
I biles, important bran'oftcs both of
I wooleii and otton textiles shoes ami
leather nnd a variety of other articles.
M-ndex numbers for (nc P''h' month
i show continued declines both nt homei
and abroad thus establishing the factj
that the &dwhward movement of
prices Is no' a loi.it phenomenon but;
; f ihe, Jesuit' of fuctors which are op-'
'crating throughout the world. U Uj
now the opinion of gooit OuSlness au
'thorities that the jirb-r- revision mpye.r-j
ment has secured a fair start and v,;l'
probably be continued until a gcOerijl
stable level llAS b't Ii arrr.ed ,-u W bib
foodstuffs have not material!., alt.-i '
to the cpnsumei ejccept m sporadic m
sia'necs or In 3e Case of dpm'm'pditlet
affected by seasonal movements pf
BUPPly. there is indication that the,
large output of the current -"eason '
.Will tend to bring down the cost of
illvui quite materially In ihe near fit-,
'iure. Building materials have rtsb
'shown a decline and the effect of II
! being seen in various parts of therl
rcouniry In an increased dispostlon to
erect both houses and business build
( ingp It is feared by some that the
, steel and Iron companies w ill shortly
Mrthounce .ails In their line. Just how'
drastic this vvlll he remains to be seen i
Tht. foreign pr.-ss generalh forecasts . i
I further reductloiu. parncularl) in i
Iron and steel and in textiles. Kinau- N
ciallv. these chunges offer some 1m- iH
r. ftant probleni". A good many con- jflafl
. erns must now deflttifely write off
loss, s incurred through shrinkage, of asvl
Inventory value.-i. Bonks which have iassal
been carrying sjii h concerns are lend- tasKl
ing to the conclusion that gradual fitiiiKil
llouldatlon of supplies will be desirable IBB 3
althouKh there 1- abundant Indication FBflkd
that the 'niend to stand by their CUS- flLLTj
tomers throughout the raadJUstlhertT 1 ' aKl
process, thereb) making it gradual and talari
ls ea a's posslbh I'liat t ho change l i ,
in price level will ultimately improve fHfl
trade condition-, bringing about a re-
VlVal of business in those lines which
are now he-Uaiii:g. Is the general ver- fl
diet of trade authorities. This fore- 1M
evident I) I I
belie ve that am b will bo tile case us is D
full employment throughout the couti- lLEa
try, save in some special districts. jHfl
VAST OIL swns. Bssnj
EDMUNTILX. Al;.... 7. When LiiiBBsl
the problem of the separation of oil H
from oil sands lying to the north of B
Edmonton ha-. solved, oil in suffi- bhBH
cienl quantities to supply the world H
for years will be accord- H
lug to thi opiuion mm-.-, ,i bj I t-
H. M. Tory; principal of the u niversity
of Aib. rta, the pi address
before the Calgary board of trade ''- Lfl
. ntly. The oil fields north of Kilmon- BI
ton. the president of the universit fl
believes, contain the greatest body of LibbbbiI
ml to be found in Ihe world. BH
I'RlvSl II I II I) G MI
HELKXA, Mont.. Oct". 7 The Mon- KssW
tana Stale Sportsmen'.-, association, HiiitiiiiR
which was formed here during the bbbdPsiiI
i i rp mere again
Octopfcr 25, II Is anounecd. The aim tjPBH
Is to obtain the passage Of laws for aBlsS
the better preservation Of wild game. -J'
The October meeting xv 1 1 1 b'e to hear Hjf' .
is to be formulated and submitted tu "
the legislature when u meets here li HHIK
Vlenhcse women are wearing pic. H
lures oi their sweethearts attached t LiiiBan
the front of their slippers itiiiBiKI
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS We'd Like to See One of Those Dogs, Tag! By Blosser
oT J A pBLocoto an- 7 ; Qw ) X ; I I
OTTO AUTO They Were Three Kookoos of a Feather. By Ahem
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