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i THE OGDEN STANDARD : OGDEN, UTAH, TUKSDAY, JULY 13. 1919.
" 7ht MircUhtaAt eytjdkcii 'this. ... tSK Even grocer everywhere JWafijgjE sells Kellogg's everyday. J IV iiJ IBUTTE AGREES TO A NEW WAGE , I SCALEFORMEN I ' BUTTE. Mont.. July 15 An agTee ment for a new wage scale providing ; for an increase of a day for mine j and smeller employes of the Anaconda copper raining company here imd at Great Fall? and Anaconda, Mont wai reached at a conference iiere today be tween C. F. Kelley. president pf the company, and representatives or the employes. The agreement, if accepted by labor unions, with which the employes af fected are affiliated, will become ef fective as on Jul 1 last and restores the wage scale in effect prior to the wage reduction of last February. It would remain in effect for one year. I Colonel Cowans Says Men Were , Without Transport WASHINGTON, July 15 Amerit in soldiers in France were "of superb; spirit, but a bit dropsy as an army", when ihe armistice was signed, a( t house war investigating committee, was told today by Colonel Fred L. Huidehoper. formerly adjutant of the Thirty -third (Illinois) division. Colonel Huidehoper said he was as tounded by s statemenl made to him lat July 6 by a Colonel Cowan of i general headquarters that the trans portation situation on the battle front was so bad that the American army I could not keep on a month longer and that if the Germans had not .--.topped. H the Americans would have been forced I f to. Colonel ('..w in had been sent out I i to inspect the Thirl 'bird division H "I naturally assumed, that ho bad H ample justification for such a state H merit." said the witness. H "French officers." Colonel Huide hoper added, "were of ihe opinion that American troops were not given the Bhelter and care that should have been given men." Replying to Chairman Johnson ' of South Dakota, the witness declared he would nut say that : the high command paid no attention to sheltering the common soldiers." re Japan's Right to j Shantung Is Being Questioned WASHINGTON, July 15 Senator Pall, Republican, of New Mexico, asked whether, in case China should use force to regain Shantung, the United States would not have to contribute military force against China at Japan's request. "Not al all. The senator nc er was more wrong," Senator Hitchcock re plied. 'We are not makinc a 2-ift to .Tan.m nor a bribe," he added, emphasizing that Japan was to receive no territor ial nor sovereign rights in Shantung but merely commercial concessions, In clUding railroads Senator Thomas. Democrat, of Colo rado, expressed condemnation of Ger-1 many s action in securing the Chinese; concessions, rbut said something Bhould be said in support, of Japan's claims He read statements by Japanese statesman in an effort to establish the sincerity of Japan's intention to return Shantung to China, and continued "I do not think it is fan to assume that our allies were actuated by any more dishonest motives than those' which actuated us " on FLEET ON THE PACIFIC. WASHINGTON, Jui 15. Senators and representatives from the Pacific coast discussed with Admiral Hugh Rodman today the forthcoming voyage of tin Pacific fleet to the west coast Admiral Rodman said be planned to Btudy conditions on the Pacific sea board with a view to making recom mendations to Ihe department for such Improvements, Of existing naval bases las will be necessary for the mainten ance and development of the fleet. PARTISAN FIGHT OVER SUNDRY BILE IN HOUSE WASHINGTON, July 15 Consider atiou in the house today of the sundry civil appropriation bill as remodeled , to meet the objections raised by Ihe president In vetoing it, precipitated a partisan battle which finally preven' ed further progress on the measure and ended onh when the Republicans forded through a motion to adjourn. The discussion began when the rules , committee brought in a special rule 1 for the immediate consideration of the appropriation measure changed to pro vide $12,000,000 for the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers and sailors, in stead of S6, 00,000 as originallv car , ried. Democrats opposed the resolution, declaring if it were adopted and the sundn civil bill would bo passed, would enable the Rt publicans to avo I placing themselves on recordas being opposod to the president's veto, and therefore opposed to an increase in the appropriation for tbe vocational training board They contended that a president's eto, according to the constitution, would have to be reject ed or accepted bv a record vote. Republicans argued, however, that such a course was backed by prec ce dent and would expedite irhon on h measure. Speaker Cillett overruled a point or order raised by Minority Lead er Champ Clark and the resolution was adopted by a substantia majority. Debate on the appropriation bill it self resulted from attempts of Demo crats and Representative Madden, Re publican of Illinois, to increa.se the catlonal training appropriation. It was contended that the first duty of the country was to provide for its in jured soldiers, regardless of the ex pense and that $12."" ,000 Was entire ly inadequate. Th aniendmenLs were opposed by Chairman Cood of the ap propriations committee who declared that even (12,000,000 was more than ,the vocational training board had ever asked for WILSON HOLDS MEETING WITH HIS CABINET i WASHINGTON July 1 5 President Wilson and his cabinet met today for the first time in nearly Feven months. The meeting lasted more than two hours and at its conclusion it was un d i stood thai a vast number of domes tic problems had been under discus sion and that the president had ac quainted the cabinet officers with inn-resting details of the peace ncgotia- ' tions in Paris. All of the nine members were pres ent with the exception of Secretary of State Lansing who is en route home from Paris His place was taken by Under Secretary Polk. There were in dications that among the subjects dis cussed were demobilization, resump tion of commercial relations with Ger main, the Russian situation. Mexico, and governmental financial matters Before and after the meeting the president conferred with Individual members of the cabinet. Attorney 1 1 ' aeral Palmer arrived fifteen minutes bi fore ihe meeting and discussed among other things appointees for fed- 'eral judgeships in Missouri. Ohio and Georgia. Apparently names were de cided upon, but It was Indicated they would not be announced until they had been sent to the senate for confirma lion. Postmaster General Burleson re mained closeted with the president for an hour after the meeting had broken up. He Went directly from the White House to his office and soon afterward it was announced that postal relations would be established with Germany at once. Responding to inquiries, the postmaster general said as he left the White House that there was "absolute ly no truth" in recent rumors that he was about to leave the cabinet. Inauguration of a new policy in re gard to congressional callers also was announced at the conclusion of the meeting. Secretary Turuult said that hprpiflfr the nresident would endeav or to leave open certain hours on as many days of the Wf ek as possible for the purpose of conferring freely with senators and representatives. The usual formality of making an appointment, in advance will not have to be gone through with. Senators and representatives who desire to talk with the president on an subject merely will have to present them selves at the While House and they will be received. The new policy will go into effect tomorrcrw. It was indi cated. alo. that during the next few days cabinet officers would make ex traordinary efforts to close up several matters of national importance so they can be considered by the president who was represented as being anxious to clear his calendar as speedily as possible. Secretary Baker and Acting Secre tary Polk appeared to have brought up more matters for discussion than the other cabinet officers. Each had an armful of documents with him. Raisuii Again Attacks Spanish And Is Defeated MADRID, lul 1.". Raisuii. the Mo roccan bandit, according to an official communication issued toda again has attacked the Spanish positions at El Arlsh, but was repulsed after a long and bitter fight. The bandit, realiz Ing that tbe Spanish troops had cut off communication between his camp and Tangier, decided to attack and the communication said it was carried on furlouslj Raisuii suffered heavy losses, leav ing many deail and wounded on the field. The communication adds the Spaniards also lost heavily but that they are pursuing Raisuii. who is flee mc into the mountainous countr PARIS, July 15 A Havas report of the fighting in Morocco differs greatly from the official communication from Madrid According to the Havas re port instead of being in flight Raisuii personally is conducting a bitter at tack with extraordinary violence While saving that the attack was repulsed, the Havas despatch adds: it is to be recretted our losses are iso heav- All dispositions have been KlijjijBkrBSBBBteBflrSBBHBBflB INFORM A TION BUREA U Mot ice to Advertiser On and aft r April 1, 1919, butinna directory ao 'ertioing In The Standard will b $1 per line per month. Accident Insurance Aetna Accident & Liability Co, . Auto r.nd Liability Insurance H. A. I Purdy, 3377 Hudaou Ave. Phone 483. ANYTHING new or old ANYTHING A to Z new or old bought, sold or traded. Phono 333. Books and Stationery Bramweil Book and Stationary, 2362 Washington Ave. Phono 360. 206 ; Banking Utah N.ulonai BanK, southeast cor ner Twenty-fourth and aebington. Phono 61. Buttermilk 'iry our Mai.; o' Clover buitoroiilk luc u gallon. Mutual Creamery Co., i wtnty-Uurd and Wad. 2b71 Counselor-at-Law T. ti. O'Connoilj, Ugaen, Utah, Legal alviit uy inuii. v rue me uiu Lacta, ruor.u oj3. Carpet Cleaning iv. Van Koj. ptu lor uyuoldiermg, carptlb cijauttu aliereJ .aiU laid. K Uiatiiug oi ljj ui . t,; i.-a. Pboue bctf. j Cxpert carpet cleaning, matrcs 'renovating up.ioldlcnug, and springs i resiretcned. cau l,. j. Hampiuu tu., I Feather renovating Phone 2 186 W Chiropractor Owuu W. Haivertion, D. C. Res ' Pbooe lO&o-W. 701-1.2 Kccles Bldg. 1 City Scavenger McCarthy wo., 2734 Grunt avenue. Phone 201a-W. . Dentists The New Method Dent rats are spe cialists in all bfilChl oi Dentistry. ''Ji.ii V. auhlnplnn 920U Drain '1 Lie for Sale j lutermoLaiaJn Concrete Co. Twen ' tioth and Lincoln avenue, Ogden, Utah. Phones j.j to and 487. 2310 Electrical Work Wiring repairing, fixtures. Alham ' bra Electric shop. Phono 'SI. 2773 ! NOTICE After July 16, 1919, the lease, fix tures, furniture and entire business of the Royal Cafe, 338 25th btTeet, ! Ogden. Utah, will be under the man- , as;ement of Morris Wong The said Morris Wong is .not responsible for i bills contracted precious to taid July 15, 1919. 4690 Read the Classified Ada. made to continue resistance and to impede any Moroccan advance ' The attack of the Moroccans was launched July 12 oo American Soldier I Not Highest Paid ! Man in the World WASHINGTON. July 16. Popular belief that the American soldier is higher paid than that of ;inv other countn is erroneous, according to ;ui official table issued today bv the gen eral staff. This shows the three Brit ish dominions Australia, New Zea land and Canada allow material!) higher pay for each grade than does the United States. Kor instance, in the Australian armv a corporal earns $72.90 a month, as compared to $36 in the American army. The other extreme is shown in the cases of Prance, Japan and Italy, where the private receives SI 50, 78 cents and 58 cents a month, respec tively, against the paid the Ameri can doughboy. Salt Lake Boy I IV L.J L Many Clubs CHICAGO, July 15 The story is. out that it is Carl Mays the Sox are Irving to buy. Here's the truth of it: Carl walked off the ben h -'.ml,.:, aft er pitching two innings. Boss Barrow of the Red Sox dldn I know it and had to hustle a pitcher out to take his place. When the Red Sox got back to i heir hotel, they found Carl had left with his baggage. This morning Boss Barrow heard from him H s in I!o ion and said he had quit baseball. He has had poor f-upport and lost some touph games. Sunday he was weeping in tbe club house after his bad luck. Boss Gleason of the White Sox is j in ihe field tryine to buy him Mays! has a contract calling for $9000 per year. Oloanon would like to pay him .that much. President Johnson of the" American league favors President, Dunn of Cleveland in the bidding for the player Anyway, he was said to be in conlorence with Dunn on it Mon day New York's Yankees also are aft er the star. With a contract for $9000. year Mays is not likely to quit base ball If the Sox get him, they appar ! antlj will have the pennant cinched. If New York or Cleveland get blm. ' It may be a close fight. If h quits, the flag will go to the best of the trio.; providing, of course, the Detroit Tigers I , don't break to the front and knock! : 'em all off. Engraving Ogden Engraving oervice Co., mak ers of fine cuta in one or more colors, 416 Twenty -fourth street. Phone 462. Florists Sweet peas, cut flowers and funeral 1 designs. 20th. &. Jeff. Ph. 2628-W. 4579; Fire Insurance Charles Eiaenberg. Phon 1 859-J 1 Caleudonian and Mlcligan Commercial Standard insurance. 1675 Hay and Grain Hay, grain and rotiltry food. Bell Bros , 371 Twenty-ihird. Phone 2815. 10 Hides, Wools, Furs O. M. liunyn, 2209 Wall avenue, paa top piicea. Phono 7al-W. 1526 Junk and Hides Western. Hide 6c Junk Co., 2223 Washington Ave Phone 861. Ogden Junk HouBe, 2059 Washington Avo. Phono 210. Key Fitting Key fitting and lock repairing Hud ' son Repair Sbop, 2463 Hudson J197 1 Lawn Mower Sharpening HAVJS ours grounu, oveiuauled. b lone who know a, on premises. Pnouc W. 4551 Iawn mowers and bicycles over hauled. udson Repair Sbop, i!4C9 , iiud&cn, 3195 Money to Loan Money to loan on Improved real es . late. Kelly it HerriC-i- 2145 New and Second Hand Goods A. Slncr, new and second hand fur miure, clothing, etc., bought and sold Suit cases cheap 241-J4J 1 went) tilth 1 1 hone 12(21. Painting Paper cleaning and lining Ned WU- kinson Address Rear 7o8 Twenty I sixth street. Phone 1520 J. 2457 Printing All kinds of job printing Deo-Neute-boom Printing Co. Phone 1166 2I9S oo I buy Liberty bonds at highest prices. If you have bonds for sale see me. J. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hudson ave rme. Phone 59. oo WANTED First class lady clothes ironers. Good wages. Model Laundry, Dry Cleaning Dept. 4,000 HARVESTER COMPANY MEN ' OUTONSTRIKE CHICAGO, .hi 15 About 40t0 em ployes of the BicConnick worka ot the International Harvester Co. struck to dav No demands were made on the company, according to a statement is sued tonight. About 2.000 employes of the plant remained at work and other id. mis of the corporation wer not af fet ted. The average hourlv wages at this plant have increased 114 per cent since June. 191 1," ihe statement said. "In ihe absence of information to tbe con trary the companv is inclined to at tribute today's action to the prevalent spirit of industrial unrest rather than to any specific cause ' No disorder attended the itrike. Po-! lice were called to the plant when a crowd fathered but n -non dispersed The strikers made no statement. LONDON PRIZE OFFERED LONDON, July 15--The Dally Ex press offers a prize of 10.000 pounds -terling. open to the world, with the exception of the late enemy countries, for an air flight establishing commun ication on a commercial basis with India and South Africa. All compet ing machines must carry a useful car go of at least one ton on both out ward and homeward flights. uu NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS No'.ice is berehj eieii that u&den city propoaea to make the luiiowin,, public lmprov anient, to-wit: Ruild concrete curbs and gutters in Curb and Cutter Disirict -No. 1S, logether with wor . incidental thereto, according to plans, specllications and prolii&a on iilc- in tne otlico ol the city engineer. And sealed bids are invited for said work and will be received al the Of fice of the city recorder in tbe citj hail at. ugden, I lab, until ten o'clucn. a. m. on ihe 2-'nd day ot Jui, liy. mat rue nous io OidiJ rs. plans and spc ClflcatlOtia for said inapi o enieut can ti- Min and examined ai the oilico oi the ci' engineer in the city hall oi bald ciljr. ihe nghl is reserved to wejeci an and all bids and to waive an Uelecta. By order of the Hoard ol Loiuniia Monera of Ugden City, L tab, ihis Jjij day oi June, W. J. CEITCHLOW, City Recorder, publication, June 24. I'jVj Laat publication July 16. IS1 . .!.!-.. : in Ogden Standard. Curb and gutter district No. 123. . Physician and Surgeon . Dr. A. Pcrnlund. office bour n , 4 p. m. New Peery Bldg.. Hudson At. Rea. Phone 64b. Of lice phono iSoJ-Sl eal Estate and Loans Willard Kay, real estate and lo. 2474 Washington. Phono 409. ijjj exepairing W a repair all makes of automobiles. OGDEN AL IO REPAIR LO MftftS Grant Ave. Phone l?s, night nhon. 861. H. F. Snell, Geo. c. Thc balS Repairing of all kind. We fi anv .bint that ia finable. Hudson Reo it shop. iluuaon. trunk, Bag ad Case Repairing. Osl Ucuei ... imouu2 Hum otaiiuaru. 4.,' jamtary Work Sanitary Oaroage Co., all kind uuouh hauled, i uuuo 62u. jewing Machines We rent, repair, carry needles and parta lor ad makies of machines. Whits Dewing Machino Co., jj, U abiugiou avenue. Phonu 264. Specialists t'uui suxierera get rehei ai i r oratory, ju siuubod Liaa. lenis and Awnings ogden lent anu Awning io.. mana actureri oi bigb grade store, oidce .ma reaident awutnga. v ateipruot cov ers, bags, etc. Anything u canvas .tjai vsaaningion avenue. i'bone J&4. till Vacuum Cleaners r'Jrto.M ooi-j iur vacuum cleaner, fl lor 24 bouts, sterilized dUM bag. 1 5074 Windows Cleaned blxpert wlndoa and '.vail pjpi r eiean- v leaning. Phone otiJ. JJiO WasbinRioij ATTENTION GIRLS Why look ror a new job ail the itime? In a few weeks yoo can learn a 'Trade" that wr.ll employ you permanently, the year round; short hours, satis factory conditions, and WE PAY YOU WHILE YOU LEARN. Apply John Scow crott & Sons Co., Mfg. De partment. 4466 TO ORGANIZE CLERKS Wheeling. W. Va. The trade union movement will attempt to organize low-waged clerks employed in 5 and 1 10 cent stores in this city. j. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hud son avenue, pays highest prices for Liberty bond. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Notice is hereby given that Ogden City proposes to make the following public improvement, to-wit. -Build i sidewalks in Sidewalk District No 150, i together with work incidental thereto, according to plans. specilication9 and profiles on file in the office of the city engineer And sealed bids are invited j lor said work and will be received at the office of the City Recorder in the City ball at Ogden, Utah, until ten o clock a. m. on the -2nd day of July, 191I. Inntructions to bidders, plans and specifications for said Improve ment can be seen and examined at the office of tbe city engineer in the city hall of said city. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids and to waive any defects. By oraer of the- Board of Commis sioners, of Ogden City. Utah, this 23rd day of June, 1919 W J. CRITCHLOW, City Recorder. First publication June 24. 1919 Last publication July 16. 1919 Sidewalk District No. 150. Hermitage Park DANCE EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY JAZZ BAND LIBERTY BONDS'" $50. $100, $1000, bought and sold at the bet market pricea. We pay accrued interest to date of o" the last coupon. J. A. Hogle & Co. Ecde3 Bldg. 169 Main it. Ogden Salt Lak Slade hai moved to 432 Twenty-f'fth Street. ft The Hermitage Park is open for all kinds of outings. See us at the Park before you plan your outing. Place to have a good time. YouwL7y$ I 1 fa y