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H PAQESIX ' THE SUN, PRICE, TJTA1I-BVBRV FRIDAY ' FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 192CW
GOAL WILL GO HIGHER
SLACK IS UP NOW
M OPERATORS AND MINERS IN-
H DITET) WITHOUT FAVOR.
H Government Warning That Heavy
H Buying at Present Anthracite
BBJ Miners are Denied Their Demands
BBJ Even in Europo the Situation Is
BBJ Critical News from Local Camps.
BBfl DottiecXic eonl, lump nml nut sizes,
BBJ will advance in Ulnh before the Urst
BBBJ iky of Mny. Surli in the nnnoiinee-
BBBJ Writ of A. I). I'iersoti, general sale
BBBJ iiMwtMr of I lie Ulali FiihI company,
BBBJ nt Suit Lake City Inst Monday. Slack
BBBJ for rrnnitwrrinl uw went up ywler-
BBBj ilny. Tlw advance on dimmlio eonl
BBBJ 1mm (tot been decided on. lint xlntk
BBB will et hereafter $2.36 nt ihe in no
BJBfl InMead of $1.86, with tho same
BBB frellit, war tax, delivery and donlers
BBB profit applying. According to the
BBB operator, slack nml linn been handled
BBB nt n Ums it being clnlmed that $1.85
BBB iW txit meet the cost of production.
BBB Thin prirt m fixed by tho govern-
BBB went and despite tho increased rost
BBB of production oKirntorx vero not per-
BBB mittml to charge more. With nil re
BBB MrietiotM to be removed the operators
BBB nniHHinetd that tho new ndvnnccd
BBB prirea would k into effect April 1st.
BBB Operators ony Hint domosttn eonl
BBB mn will be ixnniltcd to imrtiupnto
BBB for another month in tho present
BBB prtctr. Present price of domestic nnd
BBB poMmrienl ewl nt Holt take ( ity
BBV nr $8.28 nnd $6.10 tic ton, respec-
BBB lively. Domestic eonl Nt tin initio
BBB oiMtM n.lN with -W.10 h1iUhJ f..r
BBB freight, six cent for vrnr tux, 1 'JJ
BBB dray nnd $1.11) dealer profit.
BBB Stuek sell nt tho mine for $1.85
BBB. (fixed by government rvgultition),
BBB $liK is added for freight, five nnd n
BBB hnlf rent for wnr Ihx, seventy-five
BBB rents for delivery nnd sixty-five cents
BBB dealers' profit.
H NO FAVORITES PLAYED IN
BBB MATTER OP INDICTMENTS
H INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Mnrch 27.
BBB The iiaiiim of approximately n bun-
BBVj dn.il mid twetity-fivo eonl operators
BBB) mill miner in tho stnte of Illinois,
BBBJ Indlmin, Ohio mid Western Ponnsyl-
BBV vanin, indicted recently by n speoinl
BBV federal grand jury here for Alleged
BBB violation of the Utver net nnd eon-
BBBk splntey section of the federal ciimi-
BBBT nal Mnle, were made imblie here to-
BBY night by federal official. The inin-
BBB era liwlude International President
BBB Lewis, Secretary William Oreen, nnd
BBB Chif S(titleUn Tollow. The opvr-
PBB ntors nsiiifd include Thomns T. Urew-
HBH Mer of St. m, cliNinimn of the
BBbJ ojwraloni tenlo eoiiiinittwi, Phil IT.
HBH I'mihh of Terra llmite, Ind., s)okM-
PBVJ hmm for the ojHtrnlom in eonfttrenoo
HBH in WMhiiiKton, I). C. jiiKt preeedinc
HSH th strike of itiiiiMni last fnll nnd 1 .
! 8. I'wbody of Chieao, one of the
HBH ' ltdra mtMiiiK the Illinois operators.
HBB Auioiit; tlo not identified ns min-
pBVJJ era or opttniUini nre Joiihs Wnffle,
PBpJ J secrotury of tho Conl Tntde liurcati of
I Torre IlHiite. Ind., It. W. Couffer,
J rsproMiitntive of tho rational Conl
HBVJ nolntlon, Cliieiipi, mid W. K.
J, Field, irosldvnt of tho l'itthlmrn
HBBW Coal comHiny, I'ittkbuiv. Tho first
HBV four ooiiiiU of tho indictment, brought
PBH under tho Lover net, oliHre (jenonil
PBH eonspirucy to "limit the facilities
PPK for tnunjMirtint,', iiniduotine, supply-
PpHi iti(,', storfni; mid denlinc In curtain
B. iieoessltios bitumioiius eonl, by ro-
PpM1) fusing to mine, will or deliver eonl for
PH storage imroM by increoninn mid
PH maintaining oxeeoMivo prieoe of eoul
PHj by oolllm; nnd euusiiiK strikes rnnont;
PPV( mine workera, Mil by ehwtini; down
PH , Counts five to nine of tho iudiut-
PPwt meut eoiitmn sinulai- cluirffo. but nre
PBAI liftiuhl on the amendment to tho Iover
PpKi not imummhI Oetober '22, 1011), mid
PpHl rover the Hriod from tho patuHigu of
PHj ' the nmeudment until March 11, 1020,
BHl the dnto the indietmunt was mtuni-
Ied. Othor eounts tnko nil umlor
Miantte heads elinntes iuoliided in
, the KMiernl alletrutioiM in tho early
PPJj I tjuuiits Mud the eleventh count oitos
PP&t .ten overt nets.
H Lewis Not Alarwad.
H , XBW YOItK, Mwreli ST. John L.
PP9 ' I - wit, iiilertMliuital presideut of the
PPB i 11 iliuo Wuiicors of Ameriea,
PBK tutnwtl among tli eoal oHmiru ami)
B Hier imlieted for ntUped iouiion
K of tin Ivti uu, ileelNred in n stnte-
PBB meut here tonight that "there are no
PPM proper grounds," for the iudietment
PPjii, of fitiiMwlf or ins oasoeiates. He nd-
PP& dod Hint lie does not "fear invontgn-
PBH l tion by any court of eoinpetvnt juris.
PBH dUttion." Lewis sinil neuspapur re-
PBH ports of his indiotmnt uero tho first
PBB annouiieomuiit of suoh fiction ho had
PPH received, hut that he hud "under-
PBm stood that the entire porsonnol of min-
PBB era' offloials" wcro to bo named. Tho
HB minera off! turn havo nlwuyd conform-
Vfl cd to tho law," ho duolnrod, "and
VK have adhered to all its precepts so
HI ' far as official nets nro concerned. I
BMi am confident that when trial of tho
H enuaa is held it will result in showing
W,. their iuuoeense."
-H, Wind Up Convention.
HVf fi Tho convention of tho Woetern engi-
BHjTf ' neers fof (ho United States bureau of
1 ininea in eUssiort moat of last week at
B J, " tho offices of Carl A. Allen, district
BBB1 engineer for the liiiroau nt Salt Lake
City, cl&sed Inst Saturday when thoic
present wont to n photograph cnllery
nnd hnd their picture tnkon. Technf
cnl matters in oonneetion with the
work of the bureau look up the bust
nesn hours of the sessions. Snturday
night visitors were hosts nt n theater
party at tho Salt Lftko in honor of
Allen, II. V. Agelon, tho engineer in
ehargo of tho Ilnrenii of Minos Car
No. 10, nnd Dr. A I Murray, surgeon
with Car No. 11. Tho preceding even
ing the party wcro guests of Allen
and Thomas Vnrloy, station superin
tendent for the bureau at the Uni
versity of Utah, nt dinner.
COAL CONDITION CAUSES
BRITISH GRAVE CONCERN
LONDON, Mnrch 27. The morn
ing now i papers today take tho grav
est outloook concerning tho coal situ
ation. They dcclnro thnt if the last
word has been said n strike with
a resultant stoppage of tho entiro in
diistr of the country is inevitable.
Tho situation nt that, howorrcr, dooi
not seem to ho entirety clear, nnd
Mino of the ncwip.ipcrs call on the
government for fuller informntion.
The newspapers opposed to tho gov
ernment charge that tho administra
tion is mishandling the whole coal sit
uation nnd is failing to keep faith
with tho miners. Tho Koulh Wnlcs
men, who nro wild to bo receiving the
highest wages, nro necuscd in some
quarters of "siwiling" for n fight nnd
to be playing their own hnnd ngninst
the other miners nnd forcing the pace.
ItMcntmcnt against tho government's
refusal to nationallro tho mines nlto
is exerting considerable influence in
The London Times, while charging
tho government with part of tho
lilnino nnd demanding full inforoin
Hon concerning the controversy, con
tends, novorthcloM, that on its merits
tho case of tho government is mninly
right nnd that of tho inimr.) wrong.
Tho newsnaper says tho government's
offer to increAse wages not only is
ample, but genorous. It remarks that
it would ndd mora than twenty mil
lion imiinds sterling to the nnnunl
wngo bill, which must bo borne by the
consumer, whilo to concede tho full
demands of tho miners would involve
nn ndditionnl forty-fivo millions of
Kunds. which would bo impossible.
Tho Dally Sketch says it has learn
ed that Premier Lloyd Ocorgo has do
cided eventually to conccdo tho min
ers their full demnnds, providing they
ngrco to rc-estnblish payment nceonl
ing to tho output. But, tho newspaper
adds, tho men htrcnuouily opposo this.
COAL PURCHASERS ARE
OIVEN TIMELY CAUTION
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 20.
Tho iireeidtmt' bituminous coal
oummtiMioii, which failed to nwrh a
unanimous agreement on the bitumin
ous coal strike issue, sounded n warn,
ing to the public jestorday ngnlnM
unneeeiMMry coal buying in April, im
mediately after government price ro
dtnctioiiH are raised. "In tho matter
of purchase and storage of coal,"
says u statement issued by the com
iiutMtion, "the thing to lie uvolded
during lb month of April is a tern
IMirary peak in prices before It be
come pottdhle to ifntoek the coal bins
of the country. For that mittou tho
purchase mid ktorago of coal by tho
public should be carried on in Mny,
Juno nnd dul), instead of April. The
lee unnecessary biuiuewi done In
April, the loan chance for u flurry in
OPPOSE THE DEMANDS OF
TnE ANTHRACITE MINERS
NKW YORK, March 2fl.-Anthracito
mino owners went on record today as
opposed to granting the hard coal
diggers demnnds for an inorease in
wages of nt least 18.3 more tlinu the
25 per cont increase just granted the
bituminous miners. Statistics and
data to show that tho earnings of the
anthracito nnd soft coal workos were
on nn "equitable basis" woro intro
duced by the mino owners nt tho ros
sion of the sub-committee nppointed
b both hide to negotiate a new
wage ngrcoment for tho hard coal
fields AlthoUKh nil the employ era
admitted that tho hard coal workers'
wage soalo might not now he as high
as that paid tho hituminoim men, they
pointed nut thnt tho earnings were
"about tho Hfimo" as tho nnthrnoite
minera "got in mora working day in
AROUND THE LOCAL 0AMP8:
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE
England last Saturday lifted (he
embargo on ooal to tho United State.
l'riw retailor i hne advance! ioal
to six dollar a ton lu in n lw day
ago it was $5.75 duliv jrod in tho bin.
Washington ami Utah produoed
87-1,000 toil of beehive ooko in 1010
a against 611,000 ton tho previous
During tho yonr 1010 n hundoril and
twonty-oight exiko oven tho country
over were abandoned or 10 robuilt ns
to bo classed as new ovens.
M. P. Smith, n mining englneor, is
a recent nrrivnl at I'neo with head
quarter nt tho Savoy. Ho i looking
lifter eoul proportios in Hinory county
and RiipMiMd(y reproscnts big Okla
honm and Wjoming interests. Ho will
bo in mid out of hero for tho uexf six
weeks or more.
Ono of tho reason for tho shortage
of open top eoul car is said to bo tho
use ot them u automobile car. Each
of tho railroads has a supply of auto
mobilo cars, but these havo been used
for grain and other puqwsos, and the
open top cor taken over to bo used
for transjwrling nutomobilos. Ilnil-
(Continued Un Page Klstit )
Merit That Makes Mileage
ijn Tires for the Smaller Cars
f Such extraordinary competence and care-
' Jfcr' fulness as arc characteristic of all Goodyear
)0 building of tires for the smaller cars.
'" i Attlvirl Only very unusual experience and endeavor
'VySa ttlln make possible the high relative value built
fYx illllr into tllc 30x3' 30x3V4-, and 31 x 4-inch
Ij( A lllll Goodyear Tires in our Plant No. 2, the
ify W world's largest factory devoted to these sizes.
AA i In addition to the larger sizes Goodyear
AA. 6 builds, a daily production averaging 20,000
Wjy I tires of these smaller sizes alone makes them
&y I easily available, regardless of the big demand,
w? I to owncrs orc' Chevrolet, Dort, Max-
AAA I I I "vvcll, and other cars taking these sizes.
fflBJ I I II yu arc onc tncsc owners, go to the
W I I 1 1 nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for
wfr S 1 1 lcsc tcs' anc or Goodyear Heavy Tourist
lSnSL5 E Tubes. He carries a stock.
30x3'i OooJycar Double-Cure COO50 Goodyear llMvyTourltt Tube nn thick, strong tubes that
Fabric, All-weather Trcad "& J reinforce eulnu rnixtly. Why rlik a ooJ clnR with a
cheap tube? OooJyear Heavy TouritTul cot little more
30x314 Goodyear Stncle-Cure o 1 "50 than cubes of less merit. 30xJi ilto n irfr- 4co
I'Abric.Anti-Skld Tread 9 Z I2i? proof bag . .. . -
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TWO EVENIN08 OF ORAND
OPERA ARE BOOKED HERE
There is mi evident deman I lor
good miisiii mid this i pnrtir darly
noted as the demand fur tenta f r the
coming engagement r tho S .nora
(Iraiul Opera eoinpmiy liuraM- Ten
yoors ago the cilioa or the 1 niled
Stati that would Mipport a keam of
gmnu ohtu mill lie n rumneial sue
com lould be eoiinted on the Jingera
of unit hand. The urban impiiliili.m
nro demanding more nnd lielter
ninusemeiita mid entity impr- crioa
and malinger of ihe old mIi.mI ro
nonphiMieil with the wmulerf'.l de
niiitid for miisio of tho higher nribr.
Tho (iiwtion arise h to what we cm
nttnliiile this suildeii interest in good
things musical. Have the movies
been n factor J Or enn we give credit
to tho Kpular vielruln, for of a mre
ty Ihe phonograph record i found to
day in nlmiHtt every home. The won
derful fcextetto from Lucia," the
masterful nunrtetto from "Iligolet
lo," tho Misere fnim "Trovatore,"
nre as familiar toda to the cliucs
n Kvoryhody,n Doing It," .(,..ine
On Pnpn" nnd "There'll He a Hot
linio In the Old Town Tonight '
hiui one knows the.v lire jiiiiu. h
wiluern theee wonderful omtii pre
sented by u oast of iiitenmtioiiHl rtJ
nuwn with n eompaii, uf !,ut n Ulm.
tlretl itrtUU it is no wonder u iml.
lie responde nuMt generounlv. l'ndav,
April 21, Uko theeter, "raiist." Sat.
nrtlaj. Anl 3d, Verdi's Itiuuletto."
Curtain ut 8:10 o'eloek.
SERVICE MEN ARE TO KEEP
THE IDENTIFICATION CARDS
A. II. Cem, director of the bureau
of inforuuition of the American Ked
Croas, ha written the Suit Lake City
Roil Cross headquarter that many of
tho former sen-ice men to whom iden
tification card were sent me return
ing tho card to tho bureau instead
of keeping thoin. Tho director re
quest all (.orvicu nun who received
tho oards to keoji thorn. They were
sent for ready reference nnd boar the
namo of tho man and hi insurance
number. Tho card will enable tho
men to givo thoir correct insurance
number when communicating with the
bureau of war risk insuranco und nlso
sorvo for identification in easo of
sickness or accident.
Sl.VCKIt for beat result and
HWI.VCi MACHINI mean
en lee not now, but many tears,
J H JanifAon will see that uur
iiuu'lilno u taken tare or Corner
of Klith una J ttreet. Phono IIO-W.
Wedding invitations. The Sun.
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IMPERIAL BRANDS MEAN
Fitzgerald Building, West
Minors and Shippers ot the
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