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I THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, T9T9.
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(By thr- Associated Press) The inilitar government of i Paris has ordered the commencement of legal proceedings against persona whose names at present are not known in connection with allorrd at tacks on J members of the German peace dele gation as they were departing from Versailles for Weimar recently The Temps says an investigation has established the affair was greatly ex aggerated, that the offensive attitude of the Germans brought the first dem onstrations by the rrowd and that it is doubtful if stones r re thrown at their carnages. Several persons present at the time of the departure of the Germans from the station at Noisy -le-Roi gave evi dence that neither Dr Theodore Mel choir nor Madame Dornbhlth showed signs of bruises. I Exports Passing i; Through New York Increase in May NEW YORK. June 24 Despite bes ! vy reduction in the export of war sup plies to England and Franc.-, the total value of exports passing through the I port of New York during the month of i May was $272 792,119, an increase of I more than 25 per cent over the figures of $214,873,278 for May, 1918. accord ing to a report made public tonight by the collector of customs. Imports for May showed an increase in value of $28,799,343 over last year's figure, rising from $149,434,131 to: $178,233,477. Imports were recorded from Germany of $73,533 and from ' Austria-Hungary of $8.4u2 j oo Alleged Murderer of H Ruth Cruger Now Accuses His Wife BOLOGNA, June 24 (By the Asso ciated 'Press) Fighting for acquittal, Alfred Cocchi, charged with the mur der of Ruth Cruger "in New York in ; 1917, presented to the court and jury a vivid description of killing of the j cirl. He contended that his wife was j the guilty one. He explained that he I LIBERTY BONDS (50, $100, $1000, bought and sold at the best market prices. We pay accrued Interest to date of sale on the last coupon. J. A. Hogle & Co. Eccles Bldg. 169 Main 8t 1 had made his former confession for her protection, but declared that, now she had abandoned him. he would tell the truth. Cocchi said: "I was talking to the signorina. My wife struck her on the back -of the head with one of my tools. It was not I who struck the fatal blow; it was my wife. 1 hid the body to protect my wife." To this Signor Bagnoli, president of the court, retorted : 'But the American tribunals have exonerated your wife and found her innocent." Cocchi answered: "It is impossible for any one to call her innocent. No body could have an. opinion on the ai fair unless he were there to see It." oo Valera Pays an j Unexpected Visit j To Cardinal Gibbons BALTIMORE. June 24 Cardinal i Gibbons this evening stated that Earn - 1 mon de Valera paid him an unexpected visit lat Friday He was accompan ied by his Becretarj H J Roland, and a number of prominent Irishmen. ' I had not been advised of his com ing, and so his visit was in the nature of a surprise," Cardinal Gibbons said. He told me that he had come to' pay his respects and so we chatted for some time in a most pleasant man ner Not once did he touch upon the Irish situation and there was nothing in his visit to indicate that he had come to talk upon important matters " Cardinal Gibbons would not express an opinion about the Irish situation, or what effort Mr. De Valera s visit would have on the Irish in th'ii coun try. Catholics Pass Resolution. DUBLIN, June 24 (By The Asso ciated Press) At a meeting of th Catholic hierarchy at Mavnooth today a resolution was adopted, condemr.'np. the present system of Irish govern ment and demanding immediate self I government for Ireland. Thanks ;o the people of the United Slates for 'support were contained in the resol i K Unmarketable and Useless Supplies in France Destroyed NEW YORK. June 24 The only supplies which have been destroyed In France bv the American army were those which were unmarketable and useless and the destruction was done by order of the American authorities says a statement issued here today b the commission in New York repre senting the French war office. The statement also said there was I no foundation to reports that France jhad refused to take over arfy Amer ican automobile, telephone, or tele I graph stocks or supplies. f : ; Does your motor pump oil and foul spark plugs? 4 . Does it loak compression, lose power and thin oil in crank case? 1 We can remedy it without reboring cylinders. 1 Satisfaction guaranteed. BARLOW BROTHERS IM&T ' Western States To Bring Pressure To Pass Lane Bill SALEM. Ore.. June 24 Oregon will co-operate with eight other western states in a convention that may be I called in the northwest at an earlv date for the purpose of bringinc pres ' sure to bear on congress to pass the I Lane bill approp- wit m? sr.nf "0 0 for j reclamation in the west. A letter to , the governor from S 1 Brady, pres ident of the Idaho reclamation asso ciation, toda reached State Engineer i Percy A. Cupper, who has replied that delegates will be sent Irnm this state and CO-operatton civen in any other helpful wa Co-operation also is ask ed from the states of New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada. Arizona. Idaho. Cal ifornia, Montana and Utah. 500 Men a Day Being Released From the Navy ! WASHINGTON. Jeun 24. Demobil ization of the navy is proceeding rip idly and satisfactorily, Secretary Dan iels announced today, with the result that the total strength will have been reduced to 250,000 men by the end of this week More than 500 men a dav are being released, the secretary said, most of them being taken from ta shore establishment Since the signing of the armistice more than 265,000 men have been dis charged from the anvy or released to inactive duty in the reserve fore. Between July 1 and October 1 50,000 additional men will be released in or der to meet the reduction fixed in the 'new navy bill Mr. Daniels said that after peace was signed there would be some reduction In American naval 'forces In European waters, but thai many of the ships now on duty abroad would be stationed there for some ! time. oo Control Lines Are Placed Around the Big Forest Fires BUTTE Mont . June 24 Control lines have been established around the most dangerous forest fires in wes- tern Montana and northern Idaho it I was stated at district headquarters of the forest service here today The ' situation is regarded as improving, al though many new blazes have been , reported. Fifty fire fighters were sent to Big Creek in the Lolo forest and as many to Salmon mountains, where five new fires are burning Three new fires re ported in the Madison forest were said ; to be dangerous and a fire on Deep j Creek to Missoula was declared to j have cleared 700 acres. Government Asked To Continue Its Wire Policies CHICAGO, June 24 Resolutions re questing the government to continue j wire policies which will not throw the wire systems back upon their owners j in an insolvent condition and in such a condition as would Impose heavier char SOB upon the public, were adopted today by the United States Indepen dent Telephone association. The resolution commended the pres ident and the postmaster general for their "wise policy" in administering the wires. SIOUX INDIAN FOOTBALL COACH FACINOCHARGF.S SPOKANE. Wash.. Juno 24. The claim of William H. (Lone Star) Dlrtz, football conch, that he I? a Sioux la ;dian, was supported today in the i nited Slates district court where Dietz is on trial on charges of false registration for the draft and of fplsl fylng his draft questionnaire, by Mr. Leanna Howard Lewis, who, th" gar ernment eentpmls, in thp defendant i met her. Mrs Lewis, the divorced wife of William Wallace Diet, father of tho defendant, testified that when her own child died at birth, she consented to her husband's bringing to their home a Ihnby of whom hi told her Iip WU the inihi i and an Indian woman the moth er; Blie said ihp substitution was I madfl without thp knowledge of other Persons and thai the child was reared as their own on. oo- Eastern Players Game Ahead of Evans and Sawyer TORONTO. Ont.. Juno 24 Oswald Klrkby of Englewood. N J., and Gard- 1 iner White of New York, the eastern pair, were a came ahead of Chick Evans of t'hicago and Ned Sawyer, who represented the west, after the teams hrnko even here today in the ' second and third matches Of the ser ies for thy benefit of tho Canadian Red Cross. After losing the. morning contest I two up and one to play, the eastern I pair won tho afternoon match which ( was carried to tho nineteenth hole. oo 'NOTICE OF SPECiAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE LION COAL COMPANY. Pursuant to resolution duly offered" land adopted by the board of directors of the Lion Coal company, at a meet ing of said board of directors, held at the office of said corporation ou the 7th day of June, 19 1 y, and entered in ihe minute book ot said corporation as a part of the pioceeding at said meeting. NOTICE is hereby given that a spe cial meeting of .ne stockholders is hereby called and w 11 be held ai the office of said corporation at No. 723 David Eccles building, ai the corner of Twenty fourth street and Washing 'ton avenue, in ihe City of Ogden, County of Weber, Slate of Utah, on 'Tuesday the 15th day of July, 1919, at the hour of ten u clock a. m., for the purpose of ratifying an agreement I proposed by the board of directors of said company, and Lo be entered into by the Lion Coal company and the Wattla Coal company, and providing for the consolidation of the Lion Coal company and the Wattis Coal com pany, upon the terras and conditions expressed in said proposed agreement 'heretofore adopted by the respective , boards of directors of the said Lion j Coal company and the said W attis Coal company, and for tne transaction of any other busine.- in relation to said proposed consolidation, and any bus iness of said Lion Ccal company , which may properly come oefore the stock holders thereof. Dated this 10th day of June, A. D ; 1919. Bv order of the hoard of directors, KOI AL ECCLES. Secretary. First publication, June 11, 1919 j Last publication, iuly 12, 1919. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Notice is hereby given that Ogden City proposes to make the following 'public improvement, to-wit Build pipe I sewers in Sewer District No. 142, to 1 gt ther with work incidental ther uo. according to plans, specifications and profiles on file in the office of the city engineer. And sealed bids are invited , for said work and will be received at ;the office of the ciry recorder .i the city hall at Ogden, I'tah, until ten o'clock A. M. on the 8tb day of July. 1919. Instructions 10 b.dders. plans I and specifications ;or said improve ment can be seen and examined at the office of the city engineer inthe city 'hall of said city. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids and to aive any defects. By order of the Board of Commis sioners of Ogden Ciy. Utah, this, the 11th dav of June. 1919. W. J. CRITCHLOW. City Recorder. First publication, Juno 11, 1919.' I Last publication, July 3, 1919. - Published in Ogden Standard. , Sewer District No. 142. NOTICE. Ogden Petroleum company, principal place of business, Ogden, Utah. ' There are delinquents on the follow ing described stocks on account of as sessment levied on the 12th day of ! May. 1919, the several amounts set op posite the names of respective share holders, as follows- No. Ctf Shares. mt Allen. E J 440 1,000 o.0" Dawson. John 175 1,000 6.00 Farr. Clem 72 1,000 E J0 Farr, Clem 98 1,000 5 )0 Farr, Clem 109 500 ?.50 Huish. A. V. ... 243 200 1.03 Huish. A. V. ... 305 500 2.50 Johnson. A. J.. . 403 500 2.50 Jacobs, EH. ... 140 192 96 Lowensteln. H. .. 448 1.000 5.00 Miller, F. S. . . . 64 4.000 20 00 Messenger. F W 385 1.000 5 00 Hermitage Park DANCE EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY JAZZ BAND 4 INFORM A TION BUREA U f Notice to Advertisers On and after April 1, 1919, business directory a& ( rertlslng In Tho Standard will be $1 per line per month. roo"1 : W ' Accident Insurance j Engraving I Physician and Surgeon Aetna Accident & Liability Co., Ogden Engraving Service Co., mak- Dr A- Fernlund, office hours 11 to l9tr Auto and Liability Insurance H. A. j era of fine cuta in one or more colors, 4 pm. New Peery Bldg., Hudson Ave. 'DUef Purdv, 3377 Hudsoa Ave. Phone 4 83. : 416 Twenty-fourth street. Phono 463. Iies- Phono 646. Office phone 1900-W -b1 . ft P ANYTHING new or old Florists Printing ANYTHING- tn Z new or old Sweet peas, cut flower-' rind funeral All kinds of job printing. Dee-Neute 1 r! bought, sold or traded. Phone 333. designs. 20th. & Jeff. Ph. 2628-W. 4579 boom Printing Co. Phono n66. 2i9a Ig? ' for RnU .nil SlaHnnrv Funeral designs. 2249 Washington I Real Estate and Loans AC bOOkS and stationery avenue. John Norton. Phone 125. Wlllsnl ICav mt ' a( , .K Bra-wel, Book and Stationary, 2362 fa 1- , 24?V WagtonPhoi0' fiS Washington AvePhono 06O. 2068 Eisenbor? phone lgM.j ; J ,. Calendonian and Micl igan Commercial Rpnainno- od b Banking Standard Insurance. 1675 ,vFd"lu5 we repair all makes 0f automobile Utah Nationai Bunk, southeast cor- , OGDhN Al'TO REPAIR CO '46 64 '' ti ner Twenty-fourth and Washington. Hay and brain iGrantAve. Phone 178" night phone Phone 61. . Hay, grain and roultry feed. Bell 851, H. F. SneJl, Wm R Miller Geo ' . Oros., 371 Twenty-Oiird. Phone 2845. C. Theobald ' icia 1 an Buttermilk- $! Try our Maid o' Clover buttermilk 1 w . r Repairing of all kind. We fix any- ' I 10c a gallon. Mutual Creamery Co.. I Hides, WOOIS, rurs lining that is fixablp. Hudson Repair 0 Twenty-third and Wall 2671 O. M. Runyan, 2269 Wall avenue, shop, 2WJ Hudson. 3195 n IflsTi 'pays top prices. Phone 781 AY. 1028 .?Jid Counselor-at-Law . . , Sanitary Work frf T. R. O'Connolly, Ogden, Utah. Legal Junk and Hides Sanitary Garbage Co., all kinda of alVlce by mail. Write me the facta. Western Hide & Junk Co., 2223 rubbish hauled. Phone 620. Phone 393. Washington Ave. Phone 861. farnpt flpanlntr Ogden Junk House. 2059 Washington ' :eWlD Machine uarpei Cleaning Aye Pnone ?10 , We rent, repair, carry needles and i & K. an Kan pen for upholstering. paru for all makes of machines Wite carpets cleauea. altered and laid Re- v r Sewine Miohinn v, on-o A" u ; , ''T. SSlngofmattre.. Phon. MS. Kerning- JSSS'nSf &. Key fitting and lock repairing Hud- Expert carpet cleaning, matrcsa SOQ Repair Shop, 2469 Hudson. 3197 , j J A f renovating upholstering, aud springs 1 ents and Awnings J ! restreichd. Call L. J. Hampton to. Lawn Mower Sharpening Ogden Tent and Awning Co.. man a -e 1 Phone r,586-W . J , . . facturers of high grade store, office ' , Phone .586-,V. f 1IAW vo s groundi overbauled by , amJ re3ideQt awnin Waterproof cov- fhlrnnr.rfnr J MM W &' FftS bags. etc. Anything m canvas. Chiropractor -"-1W lol 26s Washington avenue. Phone 264. Owen W. Haiverson, D C. Ilea n . Phone 1086-W. 701-702 Eccles Bldg. Lawn owcre, and bicycles over ! hauled. udson Repair Shop, J 4 60 : t ri p.. ! Hudson. 3195 , vacuum Cleaners City Scavenger j TrJ 2582 J for vacuum cleaners; 1 McCarthy & uo, 273 1 Grant avenue. Ogden Welding fc Repair Co., 2274 for J4 hours. Sterilized dust bags. Phone 2018-W Washington avenue. Phone 993-J. 413 I 3512 ' Dentists LAnratnrv Windows Cleaned I " Drain Tile for Sale 1 - f 1 Wall Paper Intermountaln concrete Co. Twen- L,re insurance Ueth and Lincoln avenue, Ogden, Utah. Mutual Life of N. Y. J. P. Corry, g. R Evans, expert -wall paper ciean- 1 I Phones L'u68 and 487. 2310 Dist. Magr. Eccles Bldg., Phone 534- ing Jogalong lansfer. Phone 283. 2454. 3204 . 2247 Electrical Work Money to Loan eight hour day Wiring repairing, fixtures. Alham- Money to loan on improved real es- PARIS, June 24 A bill limiting VI f 1 bra Electric Shop Phone 284. 2773 tale. Kelly &. Herricli. 2145 work aboard all public and private m 1 vessels to eight hours a day or forty- TROEH WINS FIRST M JC JUJTJ eight hours a week was adopted today PORTLAND, Ore., June 24 Frank New and Oecond Hand UOOdS 5y tne chamber of deputies. M Troeh of Vancouver, Wash., broke A. Siner, new and second band fur 00 02 targets out of a possible 500 and niture. clothing, etc., bought and sold. AIR BOARD APPOINTED 'vin first honors in four davs shooting Suit cases cheap. 241 243 Twenty-fifth OTT WA. June 24 Announcement ai 'lie Northwest Sportsmen's asso- Phone 1321. 0f the appointment by the Canadian j elation annual trapshoot tournament government of an air board with A. L. which closed today. In today's events , Painting Sifton as chairman, for the regulation he broke 119 of a possible 120 targets. paper cleaning and tining Ned Wll- 'of aeronautics, was made here today. J W. Seavey of Portland with 486 kinson. Address Rear 738 Twentv- ZT ? lin;ik- placed second and Frank Tern- sjxth street. Phone 1520-J 2457 Dorothv "Eddy, our mammas pleton of Portland was third was 485. , " calling you and 111 bet shed mad." 00 Read the Classified Ads. I..,M- Kdword '-.o Ikt am t. cau'-e . Read e Classified Ads. Read the Classified Ads if she was sh'd be calling 'Edward'" ! , , ' : Ovink, Marie 90 3.319 16. -9 Flerson, C. A.. .. 336 1.000 5.00 Plerson, C. A 399 loo 50 iPierson, C A 2,000 10.00 ; Poulson, E. B. . 229 100 .50 Poulson, E. B . 245 100 .5) j Peterson, A. L.. . 317 40o .'.00 iPidcock. J. W . . 364 1,000 8 00 'Sorenson, II N 274 350 1 7c Swenson, Chas.. 272 1.000 .00 Schrenk. Sam 1 . 4i2 2.000 . lU.JO Thayer, Mrs. J... 46 8,000 4'J.OO And in accordance with law so many of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary' "will be sold at the office Of said - nnipany. No. 360 Twenty I fourth street, Ogden, Utah, on the 20'h dav of June, 1919. at the hour of 10 a. m. to pay the delinquent assess-1 ments, together with the cost of r.d vertising and expense of sale. A. L GL AS MANN, Secretary-Treasurer 360 Twenty-fourth street, Ogden. Utah. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Notice is hereb.. given that Ogden' City proposes to make the following 1 public improvement, to-wit: Build pipe sewers in Sewer District No. 141, together with work incidental thereto, I according to planr-. : pecifications and profiles on file in the office of thy city engineer. And sealed bids arc invited lor said work and will he received at the ol fice of the city recorder in the city hall at Ogden. U'ah. until ten o'clock a. m. on .he th da of July, 'jrji Instructions to bidders, plans and specifications tor said improve ment can be seen ind examined at the office of the city engineer in the city hall of said city. I The right is reserved to reject any and all bids and to waive any defects. By order of the Hoard of Commis sioners of Ogden City, Utah, this, the 11th day of Juno. 1919. "j YY J. RITCHLOW, AI City Recorder. V First publication Jure 11, 1919. Last publication July 3. 1919. Published in Ogden Standard. Sewer District No. 141. I 1 IT'S POSSIBLE FORA UTTMAN TO GET TO j Because Jack Hemple Is about the size of Dempsey, Jeaa Wlllard Mjwi Iff likes to box with him And Hemple gets under hi guard once in a wSBbBBLLt aSL. while and hits him Just Ilk-' Dempsey probably will only not so hard. W&Sr mBt'' ' C Ml or Hemple would be a challenger Here are a couple of poses of Wll- hSBII' j lard and Hemple at work. e .1 I The Hermitage Park is open for all kinds of outings. See us at the Park I before you plan your outing. Place to have a good time. YoumIT7