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Fiftieth vwr-No. 307 OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1920. LASfllblTION 4 RM. I
I MERCHANTS ARM CLERKS TO FOIL CRIMINALS
I Businsss Men Tackle Ogden's Housing Problem
1 PJUITY LEADERS
I SEE HUGHES US
I y. S. SECRETARY
Sullivan Savs Appointment as
State Department Heard
SSEN. M'CORMICK DENIES
COLONEL HOUSE' ERRAND
Root Likely to Act as Liaison
Office!' With European
S HARK si .I A S
I National Political rres i 01
9 ih. -w York r.n iiinx 1
LSI! I N( !T IN, D. C I
i ' I I
'ill Lhat S
McCormlck In Europe is not his repre
HP scntatlvc. Speolclne of Se nator M -
Cormlck a Senator s "Colonel Hoitte,
Br is merely a rasp of the popular d
Iflii position, occasional among ill of Ui to
IjBjjl think and wiit- In phrases and fortutfs
fl las, .'ml is unjust i both senators
Senator Hardiw. if he i It ili.it
tesy to his predecessor permitted him
i io do ao would probabl
gi leal ..i ...
i,i levc Hi ii"- Idea ol i 1 ' lom
tM House" as a permanent institution of
B government, that lie doesn't propose to
B have any Colonel House, and thai It
be should have a scnatorib, Interna"
(tonal Colonel iJou.M tor the conduct
WM of foreign affairs, he would probabl)
choose a senator who at lias' is oi I
fl has been a member of the fori ign af-
: ;-'; m'cormk k is as dependent
fAjfl Ek aator McCormlck, on his pact;
iH doesn't need to be anybody's Coloi I
jflfl House and is teihpcrmentally most
V unfitted for that role. -11' la too
TRcj much given to the explosive blurting
? . dtjt of the trbth PS be h carrlei ol
IB .Moreover, n. uue:i i neper. u iwi
I political standing on having d Pres-
I Ident Wilson or any one else i" l an
I on He doesn't need to depend foi
I lils place In the world on his standing
I with othir individual... He Stand
I squarely on his I, 1 1
I place In the political world by virion
of a franchise from several hundred,
thousand voters of the sovereign state
j of Illinois
KXoU s El WE U I LL.
I Further than thai. h la among ah
B the leaders in the Republican party,
E probably the one who Is least aUapt-
B Hit to being anybody' Cblonei House. I
B By COnVlCtton and habit he Is an 6X-1
B tremely Individual person, with a
I sharply pungent personality' Independ?
cut In his political past and by tem-1
H perament strongl) disposed to go hlsi
B own gait. Among the younger sena-!
9 loi-s, the ones In the forties. Senator
I McCormlck is probably the strongest.,
I No one has a better right to go tc i
Europe on his own account, and no!
sfl one is better equipped to talk with'
in ins j it rsonal and of fit I il on' u ts lie
. t. ly America! be-
SBJ Llgerantly American. Hut that docsn i
', : cut his ha I'lng Intimate persoi il
-. .1 i i i - ii
iBBB with European politicians and lead
Ujjt TO SPEAK IS PARIS
BBH In the .McCormlck house at Wa
BBj ington, you are nearly always reason-
H ably sure to find a foreign nmhumdoi
. ii as a guest foi dinner, and iw oi three
Europca n scholars si
V ii might, it was Senator SicCormick
I, who translated tor hla fellov :n mbera
tin speech tha Prcmh .
llverea on the floor of congress .
H I think himself once made a speech
HH hi tin' French chamber of deputie
BH Indeed. I think ore of the purposes of
BH his present Journey to Europe wa to
ffipH deliver a senea ol lectures in ofie of1
HJ the Paris univer Itlet
in .iu Is ' : i hiitw VKD.
IH In a way, Il la true there is no ob
servable disposition, not with Senator
&ffM iianiing necessarily, iut wnu the uth-
ranj . r Republican leaders to adopt the.
B Idea of a semi-official Colonel Mouse.
yflB The nun these leaders have in minn
Is Mr. Knot, if (he current predls-
jH position and Sloping surinlsis of all
H th: Republican leaders about the sec
rotary of state wen- distilled, the re
sulC would look a Utile like Charles
Hfl 1-:. HuRhes as secretary of stall wXU
?TgB Mr. Hoot In the position of a sjrt of
ffajflP ' h' !i of til. -iii' 1 1
UM This may be lOuti miles froth the
mind of the only man whose kdeai
B on the subject count for anytljing.
BB namely. Senator Harding, but is mov
ing .i bo il mong : i . ithor Republl
au leaders you find u k quiet obvl-j
flH uusly in the minds of A good many of
fQopyrlght, 1020, by the New Vork
fl Evening Post, lm.i
WEEK GIVES PROMISE
OF OCCASIONAL SNOWS
WASHINGTON, Dec is Weather
predictions for the wowk beginning
Upper Mississippi and lower Mis
souri valleys: OeneraHy fair and cold.
out Know is probable Monday and
Northern Rocky mountain and'
plateau regions- Cold and general!)
talr but with occasional snow In high ;
Southern liockv mountain and pla- j
teau regions: Normal temperature
and occasional rains Qt BnOWS,
Pacific stat s: Noin ni tempera
tures; unsettle. I and, lains.
MARKS CLOSING !
Balfour Charges Attempts Are
Made to Coerce Council on
ATTACK ON COUNCIL
LFD BY LORD ROBERT
Much Business to Be Handled
Prior to Completion of
GENEVA, Dee. 18. (By the Asso
ciated Press.) Charges by A. J. 13al-
four. British member of the council of
the hague.of nations, that attempts
wore being made in avsembly cl,.elea
to coerce the council on the question
of mandates featured a spirited de-.
bate In the nenembly of the league;
icre this forehodn'.
The assembly eventually ndopti U
1. 1 port of It- mandate committee
which declared the council had adopt-;
,,l sin : poll y regarding mandates
there was no opportunity to dlscliss 1
them pAbllcl ybefort they went into
force The report also declared against
iht recruiting ot soldiers by manda
tory nations In territories they were)
administering . d against the exploi- j
tation "i the natural resources of such ,
territories for the benefit of the man-J
M 1 t K 1 c. ml N( L.
. 11 ......
1 ne a 1 . 1 1 1 k uoi'ii uk u11m.11
by Lord Robert Cecil, who criticized
Ihe council's refusal to communicate
to tha assembly the t- x of the variou
inn idatee for the administration of
former German colonies
Lord Robert too!; the council sb ;
1y to task, first for Us lack cf ehergy
and clear slghtedncss In dealing with
nations that had been given mandates
and. fecond, fnr the secrecy practiced
by the council rer ''ding' the terms
. r the ma n da I they ha I received
Thi immlttee'e report called the at
tention of t te assembly to the coun
cil's refusal to communicate these
mandates o the s'prr.My and sti-t-.-te-l
t'tie sitU.it io'n should 'ecr-ive at
tention from tin- committee appoint
ed to study amendments to the cov
enant of the league with a view to
clarifying the re ations between the
council and ihe assembly.
CHINA TO W IXI
Certain quest LonS affecting Interna
tiona) relations -onting within the lu
risdlctlotl of the league of nations have
been reserved by China for a more
opportune occasion for bringing them
to the attenllon of the council or as
sembly of the league. Dr. Wellington
Koo. Chinese, delegate, declared at
this morning's session of the assembly.
The asrenda tctr today promised ta)
li ti heavy Including the question
of the responsibilities of the leagifs
for mkndatea river former enemy ter
ritories. An effort was made lo dis
pose of that question thK morning and
11 was hoped that 'he report om the
Armenlbn committee might alto be
acted upon. This prggram. if carried
out. would leave i';f .iftirnoon BSSSlon
for cleaning up miscellaneous unfin
ished business and the ceremony of
closing the session of the assembly.
Tios REPRESEX1 ED.
Revrsscntatives of Apstrla. Uulii.i-ri-L
Luxemburg. Albania, t.'osta Rica
and Finland which have been mem
b( ts of the lenuue. hud seats In to
day's meeting, but did not participate
in the proceedings. It was Impossible
to secure the proper credentials In the
hor spare ..f time whleh has inter
vened since Hies.- nations were accord
ed membership. The formation of
the protocol by the representatives of
11 number of nations accepting Juris
diction of the international court was
planned to be held at headquarters
of the league secretariat this afternoon.
RAILROADS FAIL TO EARN
6 PER CENT IN OCTOBER
U SMIXGTN. I ec. is - (.'Jstinuit
ihg the m i operating income of all
the principal railroads for OptobSr a!
191,761,090. the Association ol Rail
way executives, In a statement today,
said this figure fell approximately
$ 20.G7.LOOO, or' 18.4 per cent short of
the amount necessary to pay a six per
cent return on the property value, as
provided In the transportation act. ( la
the basis of the Ootober earnings the
association said, tha railroads would
earn annually 4.9 per cent on their
properly value, as tentatively fixed by
the Interstate commerce commission
SLAYER OF POLICEMAN
SENTENCED TO 5 YEARS
WII.LIAMSmX. V. Va.. DSC, 17.
Taylor Cole was found guilty this
morning of voluntary manslaughter In
connection with the death or State Po
licemun B. L. Ripley, November is,
and sent, need to five years at hard
labor in the state penitentiary hy
Judge R. D. iiaiiey Tii. sentence was
the maximum pualtv,
Stockings of Woman;
Crime Wave Growing
NEW YORK, Dec 18 While the police department
was announcing adoption of two reorganization steps to
block New York's crime wave, bandits held up two jewelers'
messengers in Brooklyn today, stealing $10,000 worth ol
gems and a $2000 parcel
NEW YORK, Dec. 18. A flying squadron of fifty
experienced detectives equipped with automobiles, was sent
out today by Police Commissioner Richard E. Ennght to aid
in combatting the crime wave, which has called foith expres
sions of alarm from judges, city officials and numerous civic
and business organizations.
Numerous organizations today were discussing emei
gency measures to insure adequate protection. Hundreds of
stores displayed firearms within easy reach of salesmen and
in plain view of customers.
The Jewelers' Security league announced it had offered
a $25,000 reward for the capture and conviction of the
murderer or murderers of Edwin W. Andrews, Fifth avenue
jeweler, on Thursday alteunoon.
Last night two men stopped a taxicab in Central park
in which Mrs. Thomas W. Edgar, wife of a physician, was
riding, removed her gloves, searched her stockings, took from
her fingers two diamond rings, ord.red Tiei- -cut of the cab
ad directed the driver to take them away.
Machine Gun Unit Arrives at
Secne of R?ce Clashes to
INDEPENDENCE. Kan.. Dec. 18.
,Two companies of state guardsmen on
a machine gun unit, arrived here ear
ily today from Lawrence and took
ohat Kc of Indt peiidencc.
i Shortly alter fi o'clock this morning
befor- I in- city stirred. Noble Green,
negro, vvhos' arrest tvo duyr. nr.o as
the slay. r "f a white merchant caused
threats of lynching und brought about
a race clash, was spirited from tho
city Jail and rushed from the town
in an automobile. Qreen was in cus
toi oi officers from NoWatn, Kan. A
murder charge has been filed against
All last night civilian guards, many
'of them former soldiers, patrolled the
'town. On one of the prOMlent corners
jWOS stationed Misa Leonora Watson.
Of Parsons, Kan , who carried a re
volver ami stayed at her post through
"1 Just came over lo help out.'' was
iMibs Watson's explanation of how she
happened to bo on guard duty "I
heard about the trouble ami thought
1 might be needed."
TEXAS SHEEPMEN PLAN
GREAT WOOL WAREHOUSE
DALLAS. Texas. Dec. IS Sheep
I men from every section of Texas met
i here today and considered proposals
for the construction at Houston or
I GalVestOD of what sponsors of the
movement said was planned to larg
, est wool warehouse In America.
I The scheme was not to be a hold-
. lng movement, but a step forward in
a new marketing plan, it was said.
TWO BOMB EXPLOSIONS
DAMAGE CHICAGO FLATS
GlftCAGQ, Dec. 18. l'.omb explo
slona which damaged twoinorth side
apartment buildings and lent scores
Of people scurrying from their flats at
midnight last night, were attributed
j by the police to labor troubles. No
I om waa Injured. Tho landlord said
he recently h id discharged a union
Janitor and employed a non-union
LOOT AMERICAN MAIL
VIENNA. Dec. J8. i Jewish Tide
graphic Agency; A number of postal
officials m Budapest hav e bceu arrest'
nd In connection with thefts from
I American mall, says a dispatch from
Budapest tbday. It has been diseov-
ored that $3.0(1(1.000 has b. en stolen
from American Letters,
Son of Omaha Business Man
Stirs London by Murder
LONDON, Dec. IS. A sensallona.
shooting tragedy l?i a residential flat
In St. James street. Piccadilly, was
disclosed this morning. When a danc
er. Miss Sophl.i Erica Taylor, aged -'..
und (Jeorgc Augustus Kelly. 30, of
' Omaha Neh were found shot Kelly
I was dead and Miss Taylor died short-
j ly afterward.
Kelly served with the American air
fordea during the war ami lately Had
been connected with a prominent
American advertising agency.
.Miss Taylor's maid Is quoted by an
evening newspaper today as saving
that the tragedy occurred last eve-
I ning She said- Kolly had been kcep-
' ing compunv with 1(188 Taylor, hut
recently the latter had been receiving
attentions from an army captain.
The maid declared Kelly followed
I Mis.s Taylor Into the flat last evening
from the Street and shortly afterward
i tho maid hearil sounds of, a struggle.
She Intervened luit a shot vvi tired
I over her shoulder and .Wish Ta lor
dropped to the floor. There was an
i other shot and Kelly dropped dead the
i Kelly s said to hav been the son of
lone of the leading dry goods dealers
I of Omaha.
RECOVERY OF CARDINAL
GIBBONS IS EXPECTED
MALTIMORE. Md.. Dec. 18. An an-
nouncoment concerning the health of
Cardinal Gibbons, signed by Hlshop O.
1J. Corrigan. vlcar-general of the dio
; cases appears today in the Baltimore
j Catholic Review, it said:
"His condition varies from hour to
hour, but those in attendance are
hopeful of earl) recovery. His devoted
people are urged to offer dallj pray
i ers for him."
J Word was received from Union .viilis
j this morning that the cardinal had a
good night's resi and sold he felt much
' better than al any Kmc since he went
Lieutenant Pat O'Brien, Hero
of World War, Found Dead
in Los Ancjeles
LEAVES NOTE ADDRESSED
TO ESTRANGED WIFE
Mentions '"Awful Woman"
Who He Declares Broke
Up His Home
LtS ANCiELES, Calif., Dec. 18.
Lieutenant Pat O'rion, famous world
'war aviator, vva.s found dead in a room
In n downtown hotel here last night.
Th. polio said there was a bullet
; wound In the forehead and B revolver
It was stated at the detective bu
reau there would probably not be an
' Inquest. Lieutenant O linen vva.s
j found with a bullet wound in his fore
' hea,i and an army pistol at his aide.
I Police said he had tried and failed
! lo effect a reconciliation with his
I wife, a motion picture actress.
DIDN'T SEE VVIP1
j O'Brien, the defectives said, came
hem from Oakland yesterday und went
I to the hotel where his wlfo had a
room He. look another room und
telephoned to lur. according to the
,.ort Mrs. O'Brien, It was declared.
1 replied she was loo 111 to see him. A
t ,ovv minutes later aiicnuarus neaiu
a shot fired. O'JJried waa found dead.
A note in O'Brien's handwriting waa
discovered In the room, addressed to :
his wife, follows:
SOTE i v ii)i
"Only on one account would I do
what I am going to do, but I guess
I am on. "With all my war record
I am Just like the rest of the people.
I In this world a liUle bit of clay And I
I you. my Mwcot little wife 1 go think-;
lng of you. And my dear sweet j
mother, my dear sisters and brothers.
And may the Just God that aJi
swered my prayers in those two days
that I spent In making my oscapel
from Germany once more answer '
IXOTlll R WOMAS
"And bring trouble, BiclUlSSS, ills- i
I grace and more bad luck than anyone i
else in this world has ever had. and
curse forever that awful woman i
thai has broken up my home and tak
en you ' from me; that woman that
stood In my home and gave (several
words blurred). She caused this life
of mine, that Just a few moments
I ago was happy, lo go on that sweet
j adventure of death
'Please send what you find back;
to my dear mother in Momuce, 111.
' To the five armies 1 have been In;
the birds, the animals I love so well,
to my friends; to all the world of ad
venture 1 say goodbye."
Lieutenant D'Brieii was a native of
Richmond. Cal.. where he was horn
3J years ago.
Prior to tho war he was a fireman
on the Santa Pe railroad. He enlist-
ed In the Royal flying corps In Canada!
early in the war. n- was captured by
the Germans but escaped.
The body was taken to au under-!
taking establishment todays
MOMJBNCE, 111, Dee. IS. Mrs.:
Maggie ii' Unci', mother of Lieutenant,'
Pat O'Brien, the aviator who was;
found dead In a Los Angeles hotel,
last night, said today that she hud I
received a message from her daughiJ
Iter, Mis Clara Clegg, who went to!
Ixjs Angeles two weeks ago to spend
tho winter with her brother, stating j
he had committed suicide.
Lieutenant Q'Bjrien left his homo'
j here several months ago to take'
I charge of an automobile agency In Los i
1 Ajpgeles and later became identified
with a motion mcturc concern.
U. S. NAVY TARS BRING
JOY TO ARMENIAN WAIFS
NEW YoRK, Dec. IS. Sailors of
the L'nlted States nav y stationed In
Constantinople waters will aid ln
bringing Christmas cheer to 8,0001
Armenian waifs, Inmates of Near East
orphanages In the Turkish capital, lti
I was announced here today by the.
Neat East relief headquarters. The!
'sailors alone will furnish presents andj
ntertolnmi nts ior 1,000 boys in the
otral Hoys orphanage there und the!
Near East relief's Constantinople com-,
mlttoa has arranged to gtvo dinner? '
with an apple or an orange for rles-l
sert. to the other parentless young
I st ers.
Announcement was made of the ar
rival at Constantinople of a largo ship
ment of Clothing I nun the l'nlted
MISS L0LITA" ARMOUR TO
MARRY CHICAGO BANKER
CHICAGO. Doc. IS. Announce
ment w;ix made today by Mr. and Mr.
J Ogdon Armour of the engagement
0f their daughter Miss Lolita Armour
to John J. Mitchell, son of the chair-
Imnn of t lie boards of directors of three
of Chicago's largest hanks
HIGHLIGHTS OF f
OPEN FORUM HERE
Annowcementa to the effect 1
'the directors the Ogdcii
hambcT l commerce hoped i
soon to make a favorable state
I meut concerning a new hotel I
1 ccisioil to t.'lk'e 11(1 ,'lt Olice
the discussion of the bousing
problem with a view of getting
more homes for persons desir
ing to live here
rreilictious 1 hat I lie f;len
arsenal project will develop
, into a larger and more impor-l
Itant institution from Ogden's
Desire to take up the ques
tion of abating; the smoke nni-
I sauce which was declared o be
an Odi'ii , nlili-iii.
Expressions of a strong dc-1
sire to boost the forthcoming
livestock show ami lo declare a
half holiday ih.it hundreds
tnighl visit the stockyards on
t he opening do
HOT UNDER U. S.
Rnarri l-iin.dQ rinn nonicinn
on Jurisdiction of Esch
CHICAGO. Dec is. The tfhlted
States railroad labor board handed
down a derision today Interpreting the
ESschrCummlna transportation act to
mean that the board does not havo
jurisdiction over any lnterurban or
Appeals from employes on various
el trie lints asking the board to hear
then- grlevancrs were denied.
Arguments Ul 'he case were heard
several months ago. Members of the
boards stated at the time their belief
that regurdleM of which side won
tin matter would be appealed to the
United States supreme court for ih
terpretatlbn of the transportation act.
The decision was rendered In cases
brought by the sixteen railway broth
erhoods aprainst eleven electric lines,
who.-, employes have joined the rec
ognized organizations of steam road
employes The roads involved includ
ed the Spokane und Kastern Railway
.V Power company, lnterurban Kall
road of Des Moines and Iowa. Dos
Moines Southern railroad, Pacific
Electric Railway company and Denver
and lnterurban railroad.
ALCOHOL WORTH $269,000
TAKEN FROM FREIGHT CAR
COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa, Dec. IS.
Seven" barrels of alcohol valued at
$289,000 were stolen from a freight
car of a Chicago, Burlington & Quln
cy train here last night, it was learned
on the train's arrival' from Kansas
City. Five of the barrels were re
covered near here but two of them
with i ontenta estimated to be worth
57",000, are still missing. One man,
already under Indictment for an ol
leged freight car llieft. was arrested
in connection with the case.
STUN DENTS WILL PR08E
CROOKED FOOTBALL GAME
CHICAGO, Dec. 18. Seventy stud
ents. Including both boys und niils at
Hyde Dark school, conlpoac an In
vestigating committee which will be.
usked to determine the status of mem
bers of the school s 1920 football elev
en who played a 'i inker" In u. game
at Lansing. Mich.. December l and
tied l-insing high 7 to 7. according to
the plan of II. B, Loomls, principal
at the HydC Park school, announced
today. Il was alleged that a Univer
sity of Chicago freshman played for
FAR OUT IN ATLANTIC,
SHIP CALLS ASSISTANCE
.vi' i.N'TKKAL, Dec. 1 8 Lltitlug so
badly that her hatchcomblngs were
awash due to a .-hilled cargo, tho
steamer Chicago City this morning
sent out a cail for Immediate assist
ance. She reported her position as off
the New Koundlaml banks, a thousand
miles east of Halifax,
TWENTY FRENCH SAILORS
DROWNED IN SHIPWRECK
PARIS, Dec. tS" The French dis
patch boat Bar-le-DUC ran SgTOUnd
the night of December II near Cape
Doro. and ft Is believed twenty mem
bers, of Ikt crew were drowned. Sev
enty others were saved although the
ship was lost, an Athens' dispatch
HOW 10 GET !
MORE HOMES, I
FORI TOPIC II
Encouraging Note About Hotel
for Ogden Sounded by
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Business Men Decide to Make.
Informal Organization Per- j
manent Feature M
d n IH
Weber club last night, enjoyed a din- H
ner, an open forum discussion .-inri II
lO IhC o,e .1 , Jl
: on HrH
with meetings every month. V IH
Ptfrsuani to this decision, the megi- B H
bers elected Mayor Frank Francis as S H
chairman of the next open forum 9 H
and voted that the subject to be re-
ported upon .-it th.j'
meeting should be the question of get-
ting more houses In (gden. U
Th comniilte,r to present that sub- 3 S
J' ct at the next mefit,itg will Include. 'A lH
besides Mayor Francis, the followiav:. A
Rocoe Cwllllam. attorney 1. 9. KH
I I idgSOl Ct; P Men ill. lo- H
cal manager of the Utah Dower & 1 H
laght company; aa(i J. W. Abbott. R H
hi orge A l
This toinmltli 'ect a MH
ber of th chamber of commerce to bBI
act secretary' of th open forum. f bbbbLs!
PURPOSE OF MEETTIXG. I
jSSt night's meeting was opened r ssBBBBsi
Kalph E. I
Bristol in which he explained that it M IH
opt n forum plan i;i 'tSSLsBBBsl
I v ith the chamber of commerce In - tsssl
brouzht ("loser together, could ore- IbbTsbTsbTsTsbI
sent their Ideas and have first-hand jB
knowledge of just what the chamber !
He introduced Warren L, Wattis. '
president of the chamber of com- R
merce, as the chairman of the meet- i
Mr "attis called upon Captain Ora
. g..v emn en leer In ch -H
of the Ogden arsenal, and Cataln
gave i description of H
REASON loii IRSBNAL. I
"The need of an arsenal was appar- S
ent at the close the v.;t with gr:i: wl 1
quantities of shells and .;)-.'. - i'
stored in expensive warehouses in con- !
gested centers on the Atlantic coast " 1
being b here now and the mem-
-t of the chant ber of commerce i
v e ... wide awake that they saw
to It the government knew the ad-
vantages ol thi location fselseted. H
"Already the department is askinc H
I for $475,000 more than the original B
I allotment to spend at the arsenal uuA m'
lno.-i'di.t n ' e I' B
oi . ii,.. jH
progress. Th" work is Zl per i sssstf
complelod. H is ahead of schedule jH
The contractor was handicapped be- L I I
ise labor which he might have ob- jl I
talned would not stay because there M.I
were no housing facilities at the ar- Kl
sen.il or in Ogden. I I
"In normal times the arsenal will I
need a force of about 12G men In Wa
busier than a beehive." IH
VO DAXGEB rO l IT1 i
said that In his opinion ihen- would H I
ago of shells the arsenal '
Cajitain Dundy saitl his residence In t H
high opinion of the city and I
I citizens that he Intends making Ogden I
! his home u-'ien' he obtains his (lis- 1
Following the captain's talk Chair- I BhH
man Wattis declared the mectinx I
open for talks from members on any 1
II. Hessler made the following t 'H
ORGAXIZ1 R ! Mi l Its.
f propose to organise 'he retail gH
dealers engaged in the same line of I jH
business so that they wilt pool their I 4H
wholesale orders. The large BiSS of f' Ml
the pooled order will allow the most nisBSLsl
favorable price ami at the same feline lliaaaafl
enable the Individual merchant to or- I riBBBBSB
der stock In small riuantHies. Thi' JBjjLssWi
method leducen Investment In Stock Msbbbsh
and Increases turn-over for both ri - fll
taller and wholesaler a matter of fll
I peels! interest during this readjust- lf
' in ent period and in preparation for i
BOOST 6T04 K SHOW.
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den livestock show, said Ogden was WaH
becoming famous by reason of the ! iiH
size of Its livestock market and he 1
said the furthcoming show would be a ; H
sulemlid exhibition of fine stock. 11 j iBVl
wanted merchants to close for a half i IH
flay on tho opening day of the show
and to decorate their stores in honor j lw
of the event. 'H
"The show is put on and conducted ' 1
by Ogdeu business men and ils poasl- jj
bllltlea for good arc almost beyond I ffl
me:i-surc." n BJ
Charles It. llollinpsworth altornev , If BJ
proposed that one topic to be taken ii Bj
up by the open forum be Ogden's B
need of a hotel. II B
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W. I'j Zuppann. advertising man- Il I
ager of the Ogden SUtndai -tl-lOxa miner. j I
proposed that the housing problem be 8 I
in open forum tonic He related hi i M