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mlm THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1920. THF. OGDEN STAND AKU LXAMUNIlK 7 I
J GEDDES URGES
Merchant Marine Aims of
U. S. and Britain Told
WASHINGTON. Oct. 6. Adequate!
world trade development by Groat
Britain und the t'nlted Stat- require i
ih:t both nations lay tholi cards on
the table, Plr Auckland r.-ddr-. Brit
lsh ari)li:)"-id r 1 la r l list nitfht it
a dinner gtv n by th- rhnmber of
commerce of the United States to rep- ;
t renentatlve f.f the British chaml.er of!
commerce as Kucht.i here ofhe Amerl
can org-anii-i tlon.
The ambaayadjr Insisted that there
wan greater dealrc in Great Britain
for close business co-operation with
America than has been indicated by
many American writers. He had
- . . .- i . h said
H how diobollcally clever the British.
JH ir."r. .
I with what Machlavellan duplicity the
T British push thdr trade."
FRANKS! Sfi LAI ri ;
Kronomlr wuitp result when each
nation regards the other's commercial
and financial activities with suspicion,
he said, adding:
"I believe that It Is Imperative that
each country should play the great
tamo of world trad", so Important to
us both, with Its cards upon th- table
jmofnr km trr-.de Is supported and de
veloped by national, that Is, political
'"Secrecy breeds suspicion, the mot-h-er
or hostility I b?lleve that full
reciprocity In frankners is essential
If Wfl are to avoid difficulties I be
lieve most strongly that In spite of
po-"Ule local dtmunltlon of profit co-I
operation between our nations will pay
pp us mi. ii DToi in iin' ioim i nil
siill" SALE DENIED.
B The ambassador denied published
jHl reports that the British government
hud re-Hold to the German govern -S
ment a number of German .shin" with
JQH tho object of hindering the devclop-
H ment of the American mercantile ma-
E rlne. I'tter nonse nse. h: Mid, add-
H "The British parliament under the
leadership of the government has
HsjH j niade it Illegal fni- period or yean
7B ' l to Hell Rrltlsh hands to
kkH I Germany cr to Germans
BAm Reverting to his theme of mutual
Hfl I understanding, the amiasador said:
Hl ' If the Rnffllsh speaking peoples
Hl work together, no half haked coinmun-
Hl lsts or militarist adventurers will
long continue to disturb the rc-settllng
H world, 'f
JTJ; Echoing the ambntsador's plea for
J co-operation, S pretary Alexander, of
I tli.' department of commerce, told of
America's merchant marine policy.
I . S M i,IM POLICY,
"The L'nlted States does not contem
plate any attempt to drive other mat
ters out of the shipping business," he
said. "On the other hand, I am only
stating what is fair when I say it If
the policy of this country to own and
operate a fair share of the world's
shipping. Tho re iulr nients of her
growing import and export trade arc
so great that -ommercla 1 1 ,-i.s well as
from a broader natfo.-il standpoint,
our former position was an anomaly.
But we simply 'want ships enough to
take i in- of our own expanding busi-
Secretary Alexander said that while
rivalries as a result of international
competition cannot tie avoided, thoy
"can be harmonized and localized,"
.-. MWt are a little apt perhaps, to be
come unduly excited about the things
which would not disturb our equilib
rium In more normal times."
UTAH WOOL KEN
PURE CLOTH MOVE
HELENA. Mont., Oct. 7. Mar-
B ket problems confronting the. wool
growers, with special attention to
B attempts to put all virgin wool
B cloth In the consumer's hands at
H a minimum cost, were discussed at
H a meeting hero of members of the
executive committee of the Mon
fl tana WoblgTOWers' association,
H which adjourned late yesterday.
The meeting was called as a re
suit of inquiries from similar as
soclnllons In Wyoming. Utah and
Idaho regarding marketing condl-
SUGAR AT 11 CENTS SETS
NEW LOW YEAR'S RECORD
WKk NEW Vokk. ' oct. 7. A new low
MJ record for the year was made in the
EvEX local sugar market when the Federal
pH Sugar Keflning company reduced th-
I price of refined sugar one-half cent a
MBl pound to llroenta
Cheaper Auto Insurance.
Kelly 6 Herrick. 6054,
H How to Tin! Your
Gray Hair at Home
ii our hair Is Kmylnir or Is faded and
Sil Streaked, .10 not let It become nnv mor--
unattrai tlve. No matter whether Its orlgl
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an;, shade of brown all von need Is 8 hot
Uc Of BroWMtttDC to luoiaatly rcaiore It!
HeV !uti' in B mannr that defies detection
Thl ". i . i n. ir.itlon I - hk Flmple and
f easy to use as manicuring your nalla.
Speclcl Free Trial Offer.
Pvet7, package of Brownatono con
tains full, clmple directions for working
ts maific on gray, faded or Streaked hair
vJuaranteed absolutely harmless At all'
K leading druggists In 60c and $1.50 pack
i Two colors: -Light to Medium
Brown and "Dark Brown to Black"
gend to Th Kenton Fharoiacal Co BU
fM j.oppln Iildg .. Covington. Kv , enclosing
f 11 tents to paj postage, packing nnd wor
lo-x. for a free trial package of Lirowna
Prince Learns to Shoe Horses
LONDON. Prince Henry is taking a keen delight in i -
Bhoeing. Th prince) who is attached to th 1'Mh iSussars at A
denhot, is undcrtroing a tliirniioh course f trainintj: Ilorso-shot
ing is a part of the course and the picture Bhows the prince a
vorli shoeintr his horse.
IBRfili IRKS OF
LEAGUE Si IR
Congress Bound to Act If Any
Member Nation Is
'NE HAVEN, Conn., Oct- 7. Sena
tor William K. Borah of Idaho, In an
address last night made a vlfforoua
tack on President Wilson's recent
statement on article ten of the league
of nations covenant He declared thai
if this government refused to take up
arms to aid n country In the league
K'hlch was Invaded by an cnemv. ' th
l'nlted States steps opt discredited and
dishonored and the seeds of wars arc
scattered broadcast "
COSGR1S&S BOUND TO ACT
"The president's last letter to the
public informs us that article ten does
llll-TUl L' llll LllllF.ll III HI.I.I.III.
war or not to declare war,'" said Sena
tor Borah. 'I can conceive of but one
I way that consjre.s could get out of de
claring war in case of the Invasion of
territory of a member of the league
and that would b'- to violate and whol
ly disregard the plain terms of the
treaty, and to rend In pieces the1
league eevenant itself The president
has said heretofore upon a verj solemn
occasion, thai article ten constltues
supreme moral obligation upon thc
part of our nation, which moral obli-i
;atlon, he declared to be more bind
ing than an obligation of law or con-1
tract. Congress Is but an agent of the
nation, and, In refusing to carry out,
a solemn promise, would brand our;
whole people with dishonor ami moral I
MEANING Ol SCHEME!
"Are we about to enter into some I
land of a monstrous combination In I
which supreme moral obligations are,
to bo disregarded when the exigency I
arises.' Are we about to enti-r infu i
scheme which we are to carry out at',
the cost of a national honor and na-!
tlonal decency? Have wc already;
reached tho point In International de-j
bauchery where we are plainly promis
Ing one thing and pluinly intending to
do another thins, if our own Interests
suggest if Are we goln Into a world
wide scheme for peace behind which1
:s the honor of the nation, or are we j
going Into a European scheme to be,
executed as usual under Influences of I
treachery and trickery.
EU SI Ul QJ PROMISES
if wc into this scheme and the
hour comes when the United States,
must choose between the faithful ex
ecution of Its treaty or its shameful!
avoidance, our people will choose the1
path of honor and execute ovon at the
cost of treasure and. blood. We have
not yet accepted In this country the
creed of Machavella. We still adhere
to the breed of Washington, to observe
in good faith all International obliga
SMALL WINS NOMINATION
AS ILLINOIS GOVERNOR
SPRINGFIELD. Ill . Oct. 7. When
the state canvassing board coupleO-d
its work yesterday showing Len Small
of K.'nlca li'-c, cKunblican candidate for
governor had won by a plurality of
7902 over Lieutenant Governor John
Oglesby, Governor Lowden, official
head of the board, and the winning
candidate clasped hands
Thus ended the most strenuous of
all Illinois' primary fights, in which
Governor Lowden had backed Mr
Oglesby anil opposed with all the
forces of administration the candidacy
of Mr. Small, who was supported by
Word that Judge Burns In Chicago
had refused to consider the petition,
of Lieutenant Governor i , ,i
the Chicago primary vote bo thrown
out. because of alleged frauds In 3'o
i in t made completion of the can-
Small s vote was 377,005 and Oglcs
by s 3flt,103.
W B. McKlnley, Lowden candidate
for l'nlted Slat,:, senator, received
S7280 to 861,180 for Frank I Si N
Thompson candidate, the canvass
showed. The only Democratic race I
in doubt was that for l'nlted Btati
senator, which Is to be contested on
Kobert E. Burke's complaint that the
women's -vote, which defeated him.
was unlawful. Mr Burke got S3 64
and the victor, Peter A Waller, 87,848.
Man proposes, God disposes
and Love exposes in "The
Fighting Shepherdess," Anita
Stewart's latest and greatest
picture, now at Utah. Special
children's matinee Saturday.
Send the children.
ASKS PIPERS TO
Democratic Chairman Calls
Republican Papers to
NEW YORK , Oct. 7. George White,
chairman of the Democratic national
committee who returned today from a
conference with Governor Cox an
noum .1 thai he had written to i"
H. Hays, urging him to do his utmost
to obtain wide publicity for the cove
nant of the league of nations.
In tho Inter" st of truth, which the
rlgbti Du.s a rtainly have no reason to
tear." Mr White requested Mr Ha.-.
tu urge .-ill newspapers to print the
text of the covenant in full within the
next few days."
'There are so many more Repub
lican than I 'i-ino rat 1c newspapers In
the United States that your request
would s' l tire the widi publicltv which
Is desirable," added Mr. White,
t K ELL'S REMARK
Mr. White Also issued this state
"I noticed that wide publicity, in the
east at any rate, was accorded two
da- - an mt.-i i. . nun Majoi
Benedict Crosvell of Cleveland, In fav-
nr rtf Dan. Im II ,. r ,1 ; n v. ; I
. v uwwiwi iiuiuiiik i nm ;i iiian
until recently assistant secretary of
war under this administration should
take such a stand was dwelt upon lh
the dispatches as a sensational fact
"Out in Ohio they do nol find the
fact sensational Major Crewel Is a
lifelong Republican, one of the man
Whom Secretary Baker appointed to
Office With many other distinguished
Republicans, he served his country in
the war. and he is for his partv for
the -impb- reason thai he m ver It ft
it. 'The Dutch have taken Holland.'
.Major Crowell ln his declaration
says that the great issue this year is
an efficient administration He ought
io know all about the efiicii in v or In
ffli ency of the war department, be
cause he was responsibly concerned
with it for several years."
Referring to Mr. White s letter ask
ing Mr. Hays to use his influence to
distribute the league covenant text.
Scott Bone, director of Republican
publicity here, tonight Issued the fl
"Concurrentlj with the issuance of
the Republican campaign xl book, a
pamphlet was Issued containing tho
full text of 'the league of nations cove
nant with analysis and comment. This
pamphlet has had a much wider cir
culation than the lext book.
"President Wilson's league of na
tions covenant has been printed and
reprinted by all the larger newspapers
ol the country. I urge ev.-r Republi
can newspaper to carry the text of ar
ticle 10 on the first na'ge until election
day. I hope this will be done."
IN SUGAR SLUMP
Huge Profits of Eastern Re
finers Disclosed at State
BmST' iN. Oct. 7 W. E. Foster, vice
I president of the American Sugar Re
i fining company in a statement to At
torney General Allen today In connec
tion with the latter s Inquiry into the
sugar situation said the company
would require wholesalers to live up
to their contract for sugar at 22
cents a pound, notwithstanding recent
declines The companv would not be
justified in using its surplus of f23 -000.
ooo to offset losses of its custom
ers, he said.
"Is it not a fact that pressure was
brought to bear on Jobbers to contract
for sugar at 22 cents a pound''" At
torney General Allen asked the wit
ness Mr Fojtcr replied that dealers
demanded the sugar and that there
was a feollng at the time that there
would be a shortage In the fall.
II LOSSES ERE STOOD
The American company made an
average profit of two and three quar
' '' nt ., a pound n all sugars sold
up to September, the witness said. Mr
Poster set at "slightly over $11,000,
000" the operating profits made by
the American company during the first
eight months of the year. Attorney
General Allen then sought to obtain
from the witness a stalement as to
what this profit would be impaired
If the company reduced its price on
the 40,000 tons of sugar which Mi.
j Poster said it had on hand.
Mr. Foster estimated that if the
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1 mAMBR,4 ToTRLJOMORROW EVE 1 AT THE ALHAMBRA SATURDAY EVENING. :
H LELYOUR SCOUTMASTER fOR g BILLIE BURKE WILL BE SHOWN UNTIL
EJ r ak 1 ICULAKS. 7 p M ONLY SATURDAY.
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I 1 1 UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE 1 I
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n -1 & m erself fr ransom. Then a robber band kidnaped i
u jkUnf er an( taught her fancy burgling. One wild, woolly MB
1 y night ! See the lovliest girl in pictures in her merriest H. ,,
M v madcap romance. j
By Josephine Lovett; Directed by John S. Robertson; Scenario by Kathryne Stuart
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company reduced ltsp rice the un
delivered sugar to meet present mar
condltlona it would cause a loss of
Wi II." Attorney General Allen
asked, ' If you took a loss of five n-nts
ja pound you would lose only $4,500,
000 wouldn't you?"
"So it appears" the witness replied
after discussion of the calculation. in
volved but he added there were many
Incidental expenses to be considered
NKT GAIN6 FOB YF.AR
Calling the attention of Mr. Fo.ster
to i previous statement bj him ihat
tin tomiiany conducted lis bu.-liu-ss on
tin b.iis of the ultimate net profit in
r th' attorney general continued.
Then with a profit for eight months
of $11.000, 000. a possible loss of $!.
r.00.000 to meet the murket conditions
would Ktill leave the company a net
profit for the year of $G, 500, 000 would
Mr. Pptaer aald It would but he said
there might be some loss to tho com
uanv If it had to buy In new nuifar
at a price higher th in it tiad contract
ed to sell for.
Mr. Foster said that the total stock
of sugar which the company hiws on
hand is 1 18,000 barrels and ltsn nde-
' livcred outstanding contracts call for
I 131.000 barrels.
A photographic device Is being used
to detect the exact difference between
music and noise-
Sawdust chemii ally treated Is being
experimented on as food for cattle.
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.
HOTEL FIRE LIST
BROUGHT TO FIVE
BY WOMAN'S DEATH
HALFWAY, Ore. Oct. 7. Mrs.
George G. White, Cambridge, Ida.,
wi;a was Injured In the fire which
destroyed the hotel at Roblnette,
Ore., Monday night, died at Wels
er, Idaho, according to advices
here. Her death brings the total
dead to five.
Stucco is being applied on outside
walls of houses ln England by means
of air pressure guns.
Th. world's largest circular saws
for use in cutting trees are each nine
fret in diameter and welch t o r pounds.
HUSBAND SHOT BY
I YOUNG WOMAN AS
FAMILY LOOKS ON
CASPER, Wyo.. Oct. 7. Del
bert Hoffay. 2 6, w.us shot and
killed last night as his wife and
8-year-old son looked on. Mrs.
Jessie Ackerman, 22, was arrest
ed. No explanation was given
by Mrs. Ackerman.
I uo ppj
; An inventor has given a shaving
brush a hollow handle In which a tube
I of shaving cream and a small can of
powder may be carried.
1 ou pppj
Scientists jiave figured ut that tho
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