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SENATE TOLD Of
Revival of Wartime Export
Agency Is Opposed by
ifc.B WASHINGTON, Dec. Proposals
HgfJ to revive the ivar finance corporation
U and Instruct the feder-il reserve hoard
EH to extend more liberal credit to fnrm-
H ers were presented ln 'he ssneti todav
fBH by Chairman Gronna or the nrrlcul-
EH tiire committee, but consideration of
jH them went over on ohjectlnn of Pena-
BH tor Lodge Of Massachusetts the Re-
H publican leader who aid Senators
jHH should he givtn iimi to familiarise
' hcnselvi's with in. me;isur.
JBw Remarking that the manufacturers
'.; f Knpl tnd wen ibl to Sl
KHb their poods nnd thnt thousands of lab-
IH 'rers were hcinjt thrown out of work,
LB Senator Lodire suggested that If such
Hk i resolution were Adopted 11 should be
B broadened to take care of Industrie"
fjH Senator Norris, Republican. Nehras-
JM ka, said the resolution did not chance
tgjW fho law. but simply directed rehahlll-
'iM tatlon of the war finance corporation.
JmkM which authority to finance exports
of manufacturers as well farmers.
jJjH Scnntor Frellnphuyven, Republican.
IH New Jersey, asked if the agricultural
LH eommtBee had taken into consideru-
M oi po slbllit having the so -
HTB ernment ispue another billion dollars
Jj IH In bonds to rm the war finance cor-
W poratlon functioning
fjmfl Senator Norris replied thai no fur-
ther bond issues wre contemplated.
(SS Senator Thomas, Democrat, ColO-
jB r.ido, thought tin- in acting
BH should hae available all of the ovi-
J-ttHfl 'i-ncc taken before the committee.
Leading Measures Are Those
Designed to Speed Up
WASHINGTON. Dec. 7. (By the
Associated Press). 'Means of stimulate
ing commerce and Industry appeared!
to be uppermost in the minds of con
cessional leaders today as the third!
;:nd final session of the sixty-sixth con-
Kress got under way. Among house
leaders there was manifest a sentiment I
that a program of stabilization for
commerce and industry should take
precedence in committee considera
tion. In the grist of bills Introduced in the
first two days, there were a score or
more of measures having' to do direct
ly with business. Some proposed pro
tection of extreme nature for Ameri
can industries, others were designed to
foster development of industries al
ready established, but momentarily
having to determine auses for the
present commercial depression. All
wore aimed nt the same end restora
tion of normal business conditions.
In connectiton with the business
legislation and overlapping it In norne
Instances were farmer relief measures.
While most of these have as their
V purpose, the granting of immediate
aid to agriculture m the- f(lce of the
present decline ..f prices for farm pro
duets, there was tendency toward
stabilization. Some I.-. : ,, ... i
the aim of such legislation, therefore,
was two-fold, and that support would
be found among both farmer and ur-1
ban representatives, because the legis
lation was Intended ii help both .sides I
Under the present indefinite pro
jrram of majority balers, It is planned:
to go ahead with consideration of
these measures, gather data and out
line the legislative action intended to
be taken at the extra session which
President-elect naming Indicated ye-
terday he would call next spring
I LEONARD COPPER MnME
AT BUTTE SHUTS DOWN
BL'TTE. Mont . Dec 7. The Leon
ard copper mine- here, which for some
time has been operating with reduced
forces, has ceased operation entirely 1
Low price of copper and adverse i
market conditions are given as the
HELENA. Mont, Dec 7 Effective
- Monday, wag.- (.i .,n workmen at
the American Smelling ami Refining
company's East He lena .-inciter were :
reduced 50 cents per day. Present '
low price of lead was slated as the i
cause for the reduction
POLICE BREAK UP MEETING
OF 'BIG BILL' HAYWOOD
If YOLNCSTOWN, O.. Dec. 7 Police
If I here refused to permit William D
i I Bfa Bill" Haywood, !. v w leader,
Ijjfill to speak at a meeting in Armory 1
IsjjSS hall and later broke up a meeting in i
HttM an outlying hall when another at
ffiaM tempt was made to have him address
The first meeting was widely ad- 1
WvBh vertised despite the fact that the ;
KggjH chief of police refused to issue a
HaywooM declared he would return '
SfflH later and speak in spite of (he po-
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12
Not a Movie,
j A.H.WOODS presents
The Play that
, started NY on
p 1 aPajarna Jag
WL 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2 00
Seats ou Sale Thursday
Socialist Candidate Receives j
Greates Number Ever
Given to Party Choice
NEW YORK. Dee. 7. (By the As
sociated Press).- Knjtene V Pen, So
cialist candidate for president In the
I last general election, received !r.O,
I 000 votes the greatest number polled:
' hv n Socialist presidential nominee In
.the COlintry'8 history and approximate-i
! lv twice the GtoClaltSt vote In 1916- i
Available Official and unofficial r
turn from nil but seven states show
thnt Debs polled 900,66. which, added
i1 tu the seven States' Socialist vote four,
esiv, ngo 48.366 would give him a
tf.lnl ef 948.99.
The missing states are Idaho, Loui
siana. Montana. New Mexico. North
nnd South Dakota and Texas
Debs polled 204.120 vnti-s In New
York state alone, excepting the sol
dier' vote, the unoffieial returns shot
more than four times the states so-,
elnlist vote In 1916. and over Three
times Debs' poll In 1911'
Other states which gave Debs a sl
' able vote this year Included, WtoCOOj
sin. with 80.636. Illinois. 74,747: Penn
sylvania, 7o;2i Callfornie; 64,071.
'i)hio. :.7.117. Minnesota 66.108; M -lachusetts
S2,6T; Michigan, 2S.947;
New Jersey, :'7.i4i. Oklahdma 25.3S;
Indiana 24.703. Missouri. 20.242: Iowa
16,9811 ICansas 16,507, and Cbnnectl-j
' PLOT TO MAINTAIN
PRICES OF MEAT
SALT LAKE riTV, Dec. f.
Resolutions calling upon Attorney
General A, Mitchell Palmer to in
atitutc an InQUlry aimed to expose i
the methods between packers and
retailers which were alleged to
keep the retail price of meat at
h high figui", and to effect re
inrms that will effectively lower, i
the prices were adopted today at
the conference of officials of
twelve western states cattlemen's
HELD IN SALT LAKE
HAS JAIL RECORD
SALT AKE CITY. Dec. 7. j
Harry Beckaln, 27 years old. re
cently arrested and charged with
attempted burglary when he was
found In posscuslon of a burglar's
out fit. served four years In SSan
Quentin prison. California, At the
time' that Beckaln was arrested,
he stated, according to the police,
that he was the son of a promin
ent business man Of Louisville,
Ky.. and that ihe activities! of a
man attempting m rob hta father's
safe had caused him to "try his
ATTEMPT TO DUMP
IN U.S. FORBIDDEN
NEW STORK, Dee. 7 Federal
Judge Julius M. Mayer loda
granted an injunction restraining
the Aircraft Disposal company
Ltd., Ha ndlcy-Pagre. Ltd.. and
their representative here from
Importing Into this country 2,365
Uritiah airplanes and 34,000 mo
tors These machines form part
Of a lot valued at $300 000,000
turned over to the Aircraft Dis
posal company at one pep cent of
their cost for sale here Ihrough
I I ud lev - Page.
DAKOTA FARMERS CAUSE
NATIONAL BANK CLOSING
BISMAHCK, N. D Dec. 7. The
first National bank of Medina, in
Stutsman county, was closed Monday,
by Its directors, according to a state
ment made over the long distance tel
ephone by A. Preaseler, a director. The
bank Is a member of the federal re
serve system. This makes 22 state
banks and one national bank closeO
in North Dakota recently.
"Our reserve wax wiped out," said;
Mr. Preaseler, 'and we asked a nation-:
al bank examiner to come and take'
charge of the bank, not making an
further request on Ihe federal rcserve
system. which had not denied any pre
L'epreclalion of livestock and grain!
values and farmers not selling their
grain were glen by Presseler .is rea
sons for the closing He said the bank
probably would reorganize under a
The Citizens' State bank of Bdgeley,
and the Btate bank of Nortonvllle,
also closet Monday
KANSAS CITY STAR HURT
BY FIRE IN BUILDING
KANSAS riTY. Dec. 7 Tire orig
inating between the celling of the ster
eotyping room and (he runt' over that
section of Ihe Kansas it Star build
ing Monday, resulted m damage aggre
gating several thousand dollars before
firemen got the flames under control.
Oases accumulating from n leak ln
the ventilator lending from two large
type metal melting vats and Igniting
are believed to hae caused the fire.
sssm CAS I ORIA
I (JjJEEESil I For Infants and Children. 6
;iTrj PJIothers Know Thai
!?!' Genuine Castoria
b ,UCift1 Always ,
pf t Bears the y( W !j
fiM riertSftSM Signature jir 1
neither Opium. Morphmen;. V . flT
' ' rhmS4 mf
Smna I M V
Mi tr i c tP In i
c' rtud Wxrlshnc5sMd my
a iKsux? J For Over !
iM J Thirty Years '
Exact Copy of Wrapper. tmc ctfTtB comny ntw tour citt.
Business and Circulation Dept 56
Classified Ads . . 55
Advertising Dept 423
Editorial and News Dept 870
For Sale A 10-room house. Terms
or cash, :M36 Adams Call Miss Fitz
n i ild. Reed hotel.
Vl-its in 6 ilt Coke Rudolph Kuch
ler, foi many years a resident uf t.g
den and a former state senator from
W , in r -minty, who has been In Ogdenj
visiting f i .ends, was a visitor yester
day at the state board of land commis
sioners in Salt Lrfiue Mr. Ku Oil r l
at present a member f the Arizona
Ux commission and his recentlj bin
elected a member of the land comml-,
Kor open and closed taxi's phone
88. Kob. Earl and Charley Opposite
Bamberger station, 2f.7 24th St. 7a"8
toieeted for SlM-edng V C Gray
2 2 7 7 Grant avenue, 66 years old. was
arrested estcrday on u charge of
Speeding, His ball was fixed at $2fi
nnd he was releasi d. Mr. Gray will
ap-ai for trial befor- the cit couti
tomoriow morning, J. It. Smith, a
salesman, who wa arrested near the
north city limits lust night on a
charge of drunkenness, will also ap
pear tomorrow morning. He was rc
,. teed upon payment ol 5 30 ball.
Furnished room, with or without
board. In private fumtly desired by
young business man References giv
en Address Box 2 -A, care Standard
MarrKtl by Jul? i;. i il l I t'uin-
mlngS Montpeller. Idaho, and Hose
JriiM'ii. igden wen- married ye ti r-
day afternoon in th' county court
h"iio i. Judge A. K. 1'ratt.
Clean large rags wanted at The
Standai d-Examiner oft Ice, Qi
New leput) Lloyd Nelson, f g
dn. was ycterda appointed deputy
sheriff in Weber county by the board
of county commissioners to serve with
out compensation. x i: i 1 1 1 u hen w ork
ing under direction of the scounty
Bhi riff. His appointment was made
upon recommendation of sheriff u. C.
tigden Typewriter House for type
writers and repairs. 2122 Hudson
avenue rhone 236.
Daughters r EHonaers. Camp E
daughters of the Pioneers, will no-et
Tliui-sii,i afternoon at 2.30 o'clock ut
the home Of Mrs. Albeit B. Koulger.
74'J Twenty-third street.
t'oiiMilt Before purchasing your
Talking Machine We not only have
the quality, but wo have the irice.
i o o. A. Lowe 'o 8086
amp O. Mrs. Fred Packard will
be hostess to the members of Camp G
of the Daughters of the Pioneers, Fri
day afternoon ut In r home, 1637 Hud-
on avenue, at 2.30 o'clock.
if you contemplate the purchast 1 1 1
,i Talking iMachlne during the holiday
.period, you will conserve your interests
In conferring with tis before purchas
ing. Geo A. Lowe Co. 808G
Son Bom. Word was received in
Ogden today of the birth of a son to
I Mr and Mrs. L. T Uoore of Twin
I lalls. Airs. Moore in well known ln
OgdeL and la a sinter ot Mr E B.
Stone. Mr-. W H i ' rrv and Mrs. C.
Mr Moore Is the son of Assistant
I Fire I'hiet Moore, of th,- Ogden department.
Watch l or it. toys and glrB
watch for 'The Llttlo Red Heart.";
Watch the papers and don't forget the
datt Saturday, December ISth
lifx Keys. Horace Gab- reported
to tin- police today that ho had lost!
the keys to his house and trunk.!
Finders arc rcnuestcd to return the!
keys to the police Station.
Deaths and Funerals
DIXOX -Kunern I m r ices for Jaini
Dixon were held yesterday at 2 o'clock
at the Klrkendall funeral chapel. Rev.,
John W Hyslop officiated A. H. San
ders sang Interment was In the Moun-
tain View cemetery.
BOHREXES. 'Mick Bohrenes died1
at a local hospital yesterday morning
of complication of diseases- lie was (
born in Greece forly-five years ago,
and has lived in Ogden or the last few
years. The body was removed to the i
Klrkendall undertaking company and
funeral services will be announced
I'RRV.-fA'cir.l has been received by
A. A. Vrry of Ogden. of the death of
his mother Mrs. E. K . I'rry of Los
Angeles, on Dec. 5. Funcrai services
for Mrs. I'rry will be announced later.
Mrs. I'rry was well known In Ogden. t
having been n member of Sego Lily
Circle, Mo 174, Womeh of the Wood
Weber Floral furnishes the flowers.
GROWERS HOLD TOBACCO
IN FACE OF LOW PRICES
OWENSBORO. Ky.. Dec. 7. Sev-
bral hundred tobacco growers, refus
I Ing to s.-li their tobacco at the opening
; of the Green River district market
1 Monday, held a conference and ap-t
pointed a committee to devise means!
to hold their crops until higher prices'
; are offered. Thp prices offered were
the lowest since 1915, and were de-
Clared b the growers to be below pro-
I ductlon cost.
There were 500.000 pounds of tobac-'
I co offered for .,le. of which only 270.
; 255 were purchased at an average
price of $7.23 a hundred pounds. This
.compared with $22.15 u hundred on a
sale of r.35.000 pounds on the opening
I day last yea r.
TRIES TO SHOOT HAT OFF
FRIEND'S HEAD; KILLS HIM
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7 Andrew
; Mario attempted to shoot the hat from
, the head of Amamlo Glorti early Mon
day on a wager that he could do so'
; without hurting the mnn, hut fired
too low, the police said he told them.
The statement was regarded as clear
ing up circumstances surrounding the
finding of Georgl's body seated at a
BOSTON CLOTHING MAKERS
BREAK UNION RELATIONS
BOSTON. Dec 7. The .Clothing
Manufacturers' association of Boston,
voted Monday to break nil relations
jwith the Amalgamated Clothing Work
ers' of Ani.rba Agreements which'
have governed the employment of 6,
500 persons in the clothing industry
here were said to have been abrogated
by the workers' union.
pi,.' ,i wrrot: m
M m pit k COTTOS
DAJLLA8, Tex. Courthouse Janitors
here an lining their nests with cotton,
sr. to speak. In the morning they tidy
Up the building. At noon automobiles
v. lu-k them to ihe cotton field and
there Ibey work until nightfall. The
earn $100 a month janltorlng nnd
la day picking cotton.
THE GROCETERIA 1 1
I NORMANi sardines and m xpkerei,-nw ,, lhi , - r, I
shipment Juet received wtthont 4 ,., : , ,,,,, DOC W t
1 doubt finest sardines ever Offt red I JL TO Lftr y ( .B
, . , , . Mrs. Porter's 15-oz. . AO ctL f
I Homemade blackberry preserves mm,,.- plumpuddtag 40 ,
tiling verv nice. Mason pint .inrs UUl . Hf f
1 , Mrs Porter's fie 01 rmli 00 m
soda', c;r pudding ZoC W 1
. pOttnd OKj Eyl F'
r . c . , 40c Cans Black- M
Extra bpecial berries m W
no. 1 umP The Best Acivortisement j
, . soiled m I
is a SATISFIED CUSTOMEK 1 Tout P fftK 01 !K m V
a Lahastic quality, th- Q OllHU m 1
B) kind you can drop on money's worth' create satisfaction with w J U
ihe floor wit hunt bTt , , . , t ,. . . , .-p , , , - W &,
I ing. and generally seUi our purchas and THE GROCETERIA en- Creamerv S M
5 "" -'" La 1,1 ' tleavoi-a to delivei PLLL VAL1 E at all d C W
H plj for your curling DUtter rtj
h iron Lunp or to us. times When you BENEFIT and become i us lr
A7 wlien the il.clrie buhl lSP B if
m goes oul al ' - customer WL I'.K 1 ,1-1 I therefor t ir
7 our interests become mutual ones, Remem- Fresh F-ggs
H California home brstnd 18-oz sour pickles rn K r
m pounds Schoolboj pi $129 "'J '-h'"A t!"'w jQC jk J V
' ' 18 wi swi et p 4 ML IE
M -..v. beant or pickles D4C M I
3 pound- JC Other .izf- in proportloc. 1
flf , , Elom Brand a fn ff i
1 ' ?Sr $1.10 I
M (small lima) ihr-. pounds Lok, m ( l
vfik Gallon cans Home Urand (hi OA vi I
A? 'iffy Jg sweei pickles MxU W f
J ) Many other sises In cans I
Lverv Item In our larpe J in and "Help S
m stock ol groceries Is r. 7.-577153 rr pi rm ourseK a" uaneces W fc
! ,1..,,.! and priced i H8 ij if W Q H L' "';,r;- f'"-kin2. book- ff H S
H ; Ip. K li I U Di K I 11 keeping and delivery m M
U ju.i want and Bj II H R I IL Gw B ,,limina,ed - Just one R
M ,vl,at co.sts. You cc M lU V bZJ B mi tA L Q W W n u. h.-lp ou when M
necessary. A POPU- m
6 merchandise LAR METHOD BY & !
m 181 Twenty-fourth Street which you save, m
TWENTY-NINE WOMEN GO J
TO STATE LEGISLATURES
NEW Y KK. Per 6 Twentv -ninc
women weer elected to state legtsln
tures in the recent election, this num
ber betngr equal to approximately half
the total for all the preceding years,
according to a lint compiled by the
National Woman Suffrage association
Connecticut leads the nation with
five wnnv n representatives and most
of the other cralns were made In the
The list of women legislators by
California Mrs. Anna L. Saylon.
Mis. Blimbeth Hughea, Mi!?s Esto B.
Connecticut. Mrs. Emily Brown,
Mrs. Lillian M. Frlnk. Mrs. Mary W.
Hooker, Aire. W. A. Jewett. Rev Grace
Idaho ilis Bertha V. Irwin
Indiana Mrs. Julia Nelson
New Jersey :Mrs. Margaret B.
Laird Mr. Jennie C. Van Ness.
Kansas.- Airs. Minnie I Gtlnsteud,
Miss Nellie Cline. Mrs Minnie I Mln
nlrk. Mrs. Ida M Walker
Michigan Eva Hamilton.
Montana. Mrs. Margaret Smith
Nevada Mlas Ruth Averlll.
New Hampshire Mrs. Mary Roll'e
Karnham. Miss .leasle Doe
New York. Marguerite L, Smith.
Oklahoma. Mrs. Lemar Eooney.
Mm. Bessie McColgln
Oregon. Mrs. W S Kinney.
Utah. Mrs. Cleason S Kinney, Mrs.
(May B. Davis. Mrs. CWo Cleggs.
Vermont. Edna L Beard.
AMERICAN FARM MANAGER
IN HONDURAS MURDERED
TEGUCIGALPA. Honduras Dec. 6.1
Max Jimenez Pinto, a Guatemalan.
manager of the Honduras ETenequen
umpany, an American corpornt inn.
was murdered recently on the eom-j
pany's plantation near Nacaome. Hon
duras Criminals burned some months:
ago 400.000 henequcn plants on the
company's properties. A complaint!
was lodged with the government bj
the company at that time but the
Incendiaries were never hrouuhi t .
account. The murder 1 believed i"
have been Instigated bv ihe I1.1t red of
1101 SE 8HORTAG1
PARIS The house shortage has at
leust one advantage, the Journal says
It has reduced the number of dl- j
vorces' Tho. paper points out thatj
many who a couple of years ago would 1
not have hesitated t sek Judicial I
relief from an erring spouse or faith
less husband now think twice before
breaking up a eory. If not peaceful,
home to Join the legion of flat hunters.
SHE'S WANTED IN CONNECTION t
WITH JAKE HAMON'S DEATH flM
'"La A i
J 6mith 1 Q
ARDMORE, Okta. Police in many ii I.-. ao si-arcltiner for Mv
Clara Smith llunion, wanted in coniiection with the tleath of Ja.'
L. Hainon. milionaire oil operator and Republican national commit
teeman fn- Oklahoma Mrs Hamon. a (iistnnt relative of the i)i!
man. formofly was his stenographer. Hamon died recently of He- jfH
volver shot wounds
The State motto of Florida Is
'In God .Is Our Trust." while South
Dakoia expresses a similar sentiment
in "Under God. the People Rule."
Nevada Is patriotic with her "All For ,H
i Our Country " Vermont has a Hfce JM
I declaration in "Freedom and I'nify,"
'and Oregon briefly expresses the
idea in The Tnion
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