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Ml R THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1920 1.
II jDaiiyMarket Report J '; NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Stocks were 111 Irregular and very dull at the outset Ij of today's session in sharp contrast to D yesterday's early dealings. The unccr- M lain attitude of traders was again dem- H onstrated by the confusing movements if of leaders," although most changes J were limted to fractions. Striking ex- J ccptions were furnished, however, by 1 several of the miscellaneous special- fl ties in which reactions ranged from 1 M to 5 points. Thero was virtually no I trading in standard rails, but minor j transportations were steady. NEW YORK, Jan. 20. There were ifj no developments to disturb the market J from its sluggish and irregular trend U i during the morning. Speculative in- terests seemed disposed to liold off jfl pending possible action by the federal 1 reserve board, which was reported to i be giving further consideration to the m ' general credit situation. Features of j , comparative strength included steels, jj equipments, sugars and high grade oils. General Motors was heaviest of ; the popular issues, losing almost six jj ( points, but rallying later. Call money j opened at eight per cent, but inimedi- I aicly cased to seven. ( 'j Call loans got down to six per cent 111 at midday, indicating the abundance of i j demand funds. Trading continued in extremely light volume, however, but il all losses of the forenoon were rccov- yj j cred. Further gains in active indus- trials were shared by the motor and 1 1 utilities groups. If CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Jan. 20. Fresh strength H displayed itself in the corn market to- I day, owing chiefly to cold weather that I was expected to interfere with effi- cicnt railroad operation. Moreover, I receipts were light, and it was said I that so many cars were out of repair 1 that any sudden big increase of sup- piles here need not bo looked for. 1 Higher quotations on hogs tended fur- 1 thcr to lift the corn market. Opening prices, which ranged from the same as ' yesterday's finish to lc higher, withi I May $1.33 to. 1.33 and July SI. 1 31 V to 1.31 were followed by mod- I erat gains all around. 1 Oats were firmer with corn. After I opening to c higher, including I May at S2 to S2V,c, the market contin- I tied to harden. " j I Provisions scored a slight advance, 1 aided by hogs and grain. Buying, how- ever, lapked volume. CHICAGO QUOTATIONS. I CHICAGO, Jan. 20. Open High Low Close Corn Jan. 1.39-11 l.-il 1.39 1.40 May 1.33 1 .31 Oi 1.33 1.34 July 1.31 1.33 1.31 V. 1.32 Oats May .82 .S2 .82 .S2 July .75 .75 75 .75?'i Irorit Jan .... 39.05 39.00 39,00 May 38.80 39.02 38.80 39.00 j Lard May 2-1.30 '25.50 21.30 2-1.-J5 July .... 2-1.75 21. GO 2-1.75 Ribs I May 20.50 20.G0 20.50 20.57 I July 20.S7 J CASH SALES. ; CHICAGO, Jan. 20. Corn No. 2 mix 1 ed $1.57; No. 2 yellow not quoted: No 3 yellow $1.50. Oats No. 2 white S7(g)SSc; No! 3 while SGVtS7c. Rye No. 2 $l,73rt7a.73. Barley $1.451.5l. ' Timothy seed 15.00. Clover seed $45.0058.00. Pork nominal. Lard $23.C023.70. Ribs $19.0020.00. OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET. Cattle Receipts 170; choice havy steers. S1012; good steers SS-f710; fair . steers $G3; choico feeder steers s' fff 9; choice cows and heifers $7S.50; 1 fair to good cows and heifers SG 7.50 ' cutters 45; canners ?34; choice! feecter cows S5G; fat bulls S5G; bologna bulls ?45; veal calves $10 I 5? II. I Hogs Receipts none; choice fat' Ii0g3, 175 to 250 lbs.. $13.75011.50; I bulk ?11. 00(3-14. 25; feeders $9.50! . 10.50. j Sheep Receipts none; choice Iambs i ?12g)14; wethers S6.507.50 fat ; owes S55; feeder lambs ?1215. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. ' CHICAGO. Jan. 20. Hogs Receipts i I 46.00; market strong to 15c higher; 1 bulk Slo.lSflS 10; top $15.50; heavy I I 314.9015.40; medium $15.15 15. 45; i "Shf $15.20 15. 50; light light $14.50! j 11d.2o; heavy packing sows, smooth,! -14.2o(5l4 75; packing sows, rough,1, YELLOW MUSTARD FOR RHEUMATISM I A good hot mustard plaster or poul- ! ( tlce Is pretty sure to overcome moat j 1 rheumatic pains and even sciatica . nnd gout but it's a mussy affair H " mf and generally 1 blisters. Heat is abso-i H IT v'X lutol' necessary I v "Vk -'ou "want per-! fl 31 nianent relief. ; ,"r Begy's Mustarlne, fTrlr matle of true yel j, V low mustard . with j: other pain relieving I J ingredients added is jf just as hot, is cheap- I er' c'eaner nd more I effective than the old I 1 1 fashioned poultice y W or plaster and can "H J not blicter. Coy Besides rheumatic H pains and swellings Begj-'s MuBtarine is speedily effective for lumbago, back ache, neuritis, pleurisy, bronchitis, vore throat, chest colds and'all aches H and pains because heat eases pain H 30 and 60 cents. v $13 60fil4.25; -pigs $13 7511 .65. Cattle Receipts 1S.000: marke' slow; beef steers, medium and heavy weight, choice and prime, $17.50 19.00; medium and good $11.503J'17. 50; common $9.5011.50; light weight, good and choice, $13.75(SUS. 00; common and medium $9.00(513. 75; butcher cattle, heifers, $6.7514. 25; cows $6. 75(13. 00; canners and cutters $5.506.75; veal calves, $17. 001S.50; feeder steers $S.0012.50; siocker steers $7.5011.00 Sheep Receipts 12,000; market strong; lambs, S4 pounds down, $14. 7019.90; culls and common $14.u0 17.00; common $14.00(0)18.50; ewes, medium, good and choice, $9.25igl2. 00; culls and common $5.508.75. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 20. (United States Bureau of Markets.) Hogs Receipts 15,000; market 10 to 20c high er; top $15.05; bulk $14 .7515.00; heavy weight $14 .85 15. 00; medium weight $14.9015.05; light weight $li.7015.00; light light $14.50((i) 14.75; heavy pncklng sows, smooth, $14.7014.S5; packing sows, rough, $14.5014.70; pigs $11.501,3.75. Cattle Receipts 10,500; beef and butcher stock active and strong; all other classes steady; beef steers, me I dium and heavy weight, choice and prime, $1G.008 1S.25; medium and good. $12.001G.00; common $9.50( 12.00; light weight, good and choico $15.7517.75; common and medium $9.0015.50; butcher cattle, heifers, $7.25(5)13.25; cows $7.0013.00; can ners and cutters $5.257.00; veal I calves, light and handy weight. $13.45 l15.00; feeder steers SS.OO! J .00, (stockor steer3 $7.5011.25.' I Sheep Receipts 7,000; market 25c I higher; lambs, Si pounds down, $1S.25 I '19.50; culls and common $14. 00 jl7.25; yearling wethers $14.00olG -50; ewes, medium and choice, $10.00 11.50; culls and common $4.75(3) 10.00. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 20. (United States Bureau of Markets.) Hogs Receipts 21.000;. market 10 to 15c higher; late bids steady; bulk $15. 10ifl5.35; heavies $15.1015.35; me diums $15.1515.50; lights $14 .757 15. '10; packing sows. $13.7514.50; ' pigs S13.5015.50 Cattle Receipts 11,000: market steady to weak; heavy beef steers, choice and prime. $16.2017.90; me dium and good $12.3516.90; com mon $10.1012.20; light weight, good and choice, $12.5016.75; common and medium $S. 2512. 40; butcher cattle, heifers, $6.7514.00; cows $6. 2512.35; cannei-s and cutlers $5.50 'G.G5; veal calves $13.751G.00; feeder steers $S.25 13.15; stockcr steers $6.5010.90. Sheep RccolpLs 9,000; market slow and steady; lambs $1650(ftl9. 50; culls njid common $10.25f?lG.25; yearling wethers $14.2516.00; ewes' $9.50(17)11.50; culls and common $4.50 9.25; breeding ewes $8.0014.50; feeder lambs $14.5017.75. I POTATOES. CHICAGO, Jan. 20. Potatoes firm; receipts 40 cars; northern whites $4. 75G.00. BAR SILVER. NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Bar silver $1.35. Mexican dollars 1.00, SUGAR. NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Raw sugar steady; centrifugal 10,04c; fine granu lated 15. 00 16. 00c. VISIBLE GRAIN SUPPLY. NEW. YORK, Jan. 20. The visible supply of American and bonded grain shows the following changes. Wheat decreased 4.S72.000 bushels. Corn increased 2S4.000 bushels. Oats increased 28,000 bushels. Rye increased 126,000 bushels ' Barley decreased 44,000 bushels. BUTTER AND EGGS. 1 CHICAGO, Jan. 20 Butter higher- I creamery 53 64c. ' j Eggs receipts 7179 cases; unchang ed. Poultry alive higher; springs 28c fowls 31c. . LIBERTY BONDS. NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Prices of Lib erty bonds at 2:55 p. m. todav were 3s 9S.SS; first 4s 92.06; se'eond 4s 90.76; first 414s 92.36; second -lV.s 91. IS; third 4$s 93.20; fourth. 4 4s 4;s9S?4Ctry 3 S 98 'IG: VIctry MONEY EXCHANGE. NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Mercantile paper 6 per cent. Sterling: Demand $3.6G; cables $3.66. Francs: Demand 11.75; cables 11. 73. Guilders: Demand .37.S0; cables 3 1 .95. 'Lire: Demand 13.84; cables. 13. 82. Marks: Demand 1.58; cables 1.60 Time loans strong; all dates 7 per cent. METAL PRICES. NEW YORK. Jan. 20. Spot copper steady; electrolytic spot and first quarter 10 U 19c; second quarter .1919a'lC. Iron steady and unchanged. Antimony 10.75c. Lead easier; spot and February 8.60c bid. S.SOc asked. Zinc firm; East SL Louis delivery spot 9.15c bid, S.SOc asked. -uu I Reduction in Freight j Rates Are Suggested I WASHINGTON, Jan.- 20. A reduc tion in freight rates on grain products from northwestern points to the cast-1 era seaboard ranging from a cent to a cent and a half per 100 pounds, has been suggested by the interstate com merce commission to Director General Hlnoa o the railroad administration in reporting on the proposing readjust ment of grain rates. The commission prepared a review of the rate situation for the information of Mr. Hines. 00 WALSH GETS JOB. BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Jan. 20. Ed WalBh, one-time star pitcher of the Chicago Americans, has signed to manage the Bridgeport club of the Eastern league for the coming season. j 111 1 1 in-"'" 1 1 1 1 11 m iijil h 1 mm ih "complaint charges impeis0iti1 of POLICE 1 . j Captain J. B. Christie was sentenced . to serve 30 days in jail or pay $30 for the theft of' a watch, by Judge D. R. 'Roberts in the city court this morning. He. is at present serving a sentence for passing a bad check and it was stipulated that the present sentence , must bo served before the other can bo started. Frank Deacetis entered a plea of not guilty to the charge of having liquor In his possession, through his attorney, George Halverson, and trial was set I for tomorrow morning. A jury was demanded. Joe Brown, arrested on the charge I of impersonating an officer and dis turbing the peace pleaded not guilty. ! Bail was named in the sum of $50. He j will be tried Thursday morning. I Frank Berundo, accused of forging a check for $135 waived his prelimin ary hearing. Berundo is a Filipino. Bail was set in the sum of $500. In the case of William Parsons, charged with forging a cashier's check on the Commercial National bank for $7,155.60. Parsons waived his prelim inary hearing and was, bound over to the district court under bail in the sum of $5,000. County Attorney Joseph B. Bates moved to dismiss the complaint against Bmil Roberts and the motion was granted. ISII FAMILY SEEKS LONG LOST BROTHER Acting Postmaster Browning Asked For Information Con cerning Alvin Henderson Seeking information concerning a brother, who for fifteen years has not corresponded with his relatives, Lin coln Henderson of Cooper, Maine, has written Acting Postmaster George E. Browning, in an effort to locate Alvin Henderson, thought to be a former resident of this city. Mr. Henderson, in his letter to Act ing Postmaster Browning, stated that the last mail received from his brother bore an Ogden postmark. Recently, the family has had reason to believe that the missing brother is not dead, and an effort is being made to locate him. NAMES OF OFFENDERS TO BE PUBLISHED 1W HSPSPERS 1 Hereafter, offenders against thel peace, and dignity of the city of Ogden will have their true names published, according to Commissioner J. Ray Ward, of the department of public safety. In the past, he stated, fictitious names have been given and those names were placed on the police rec ords. In the future the police have been Instructed to give the true names to the newspapers and the greatest publicity to crimes will be given. Names boys stealing autos will also be published. 00 IBIS TO STRIKE FEBRUARY M: BIC DANCE REAM 1 If you are planning to give a danc ing party or reception on February 24 and plan to have union musicians fur nish the music donl. For on that date the union musiclons will give their annual dancing party at the Bejlhana. and every union musicion will be there to play or to dance. Four large orchestras are being or ganlzcd to play for the musicians and their friends. Each orchestra will play one hour. That means that every musician will have a chance to dance for three hours. The musicians plan to introduce sev eral novelties at their party. They want to fill tho large dancing palace and invite every person who wants a good time to make plans now so they can bo in attendance Saturday evening February 21. Officers of the musicians union em phasize the inability of union musi cians to play any place other than the Berthana on the night the musicians caper. 00 CARD OF THANKS Wo wish to thank the many friends who assisted us in our hour of bereave ment, for tho beautiful floral offerings, also tho singers. (Signed) MRS. R. M. HICKOK AND FAMILY. 2313 00 Harvard Football Coach Elected for Year 1920 CAMBRIDGE, Mass.. Jan. 20. Har vard football players today elected Ar nold Horweeu of Chicago captain of the Crimson eleven for next yeah This season Horween started as a substi tute and closed as a star In the games with Yale and Oregon. oo We predict that there won't be a single New Year's resolution in con- gresi STRICT RULE IS ISSUED 1 PURCHASE OF 1 CITYSUPPLIES I I The different departments of the citl are being notified that beginning' with the first of next month, no city i supplies can be purchased without a ' requisition, according to Mayor Frank j Francis. Not even the heads of de-i partments will hereafter be allowed 1 to make a purchase for the city with- j out a duly signed order. He stated that all business houses i should take note of this fact and gov ern themselves accordingly, so that all bills submitted against the city will I be accompanied by a duly signed order. j , uu Court Decision Delays Second Soviet Ark NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Tho success ful delivery of tho transport Buford's boatload of anarchists to Russia seem ed today unlikely to be followed by the departure of a second soviet ark in the near future. Of the more than 500 men and women arrested in the New York district in recent raids on' ieds. nono has yet been ordered deported and the attitude of the extremists is hampering deportation hearings. The release of moro than eighty from Ellis island on bail after a court decision that bonds must be accepted whether or not the persons have an swered questions of immigration in spectors, has caused most of the oth ers at the island to conduct a "silence strike" and refuse to tell immigration I inspectors whether they believe in the use of violence to overthrow the gov-j eminent, or are members of tho com-! munist party, or any other extremist I organization. ! oo ! Socialist Trial Is Laid Over For Week: i ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 20. Five reso-1 lutions introduced in the assembly, dealing with the five suspended So-' cialist members, one providing that they should be reseated, were laid i over for a wee at today's session ofj tho house preceding of the Socialists' trial by the assembly judiciary com mittee. oo 1 1500 Plantation Men ! on Strike in Hawaii i j HONOLUL, T. H., Jan. 20. Fifteen 'hundred Filipino sugar plantation workers here have struck for higher wages and it is declared by R. D. j Mead, secretary of Ihe Planters' asso , ciation, that S5 per cent of the Fill ' pino workers on five out of seven plan- tat ions on the Island of Oahu have ' walked out. ' oo Newspapers Short on Print Paper Supply Boston, Jan. 20. American news-' papers inthe middle west apparently will be 40 per cent short on their sup ply of paper, the state department an nounced "today, as the result of an em bargo placed by the Canadian govern ment on all shipments of news print paper to the United States from the plant of the Fort Francis company, an American controlled concern in West ern Ontario. oo Rapid Increase Made ' in Coal Production; WASHINGTON. Jan. 20. Coal pro- ductlon was Increased so rapidly re cently that several mines in the west-' ern and northwestern fields have shut i down for lack of orders, according to ! a report of the geological survey for' the week ending January 10, made public today. There is not now short-1 age of cars at the mines, railroad ad ministration officials said, the only complaints received being for equip ment to move export coal. oo Gompers Defended by Republican Senator i i NEW YORK, Jan. 20. Replying in, tho senate today o the recent crlti cism of his anti-sedition bill by Sam-J uel Gompers, president of the Amerl can Federation of Labor, Senator Ster ! ling, Republican, South Dakota, ! charged Mr. Gotllpers with mlsrepre senting the purposes of the measure" and with seeking the favor of the ex treme radicals in organized labor. j Mr. Gompers was defended by Sena tor Norris, Republican, Nebraska, i who praised his loyalty and said his criticism of the bill was justified. Senator Sterling said it seemed to) him that Mr. Gompers "has other busi-l ness on hand that might engage his ! attention" at present without purpose ly misinterpreting the bill. "When Mr. Gompers or anybody else says that he is opposed to a law wliich would prevent the advocacy of the ) overthrow of government by force or violence," said Mr. Sterling. "Mr. ! Gompers or whoever it may be, It, seems to me, puts himself in a posi tion where his loyalty to the govern ment might well be questioned." Senator Owen, Democrat, Oklaho 'ma, said the house anti-sedition bill contained a "joker" by which anyone ' who advocated the prohibition or) woman suffrage amendments would be subject to penalties, adding that the house measure was "dangerous in tho highest degree." Senator Norris said he thought It came "with poor grace," for Senator Sterling to question the loyalty of Mr. Gompers. Declaring that he "held no brief for the labor leader. Senator there have been other sales jjf BUT THIS IS A I ' Quality Shoe Sale THE REGULAR CLARK QUALITY AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS j I' 5i5- You do not have to be told again what Clark money, But this is an unequalled chance to get ,sjj Quality means. If you have ever bought a pair Qf tho standard qualityaud to get them ! 5ot of shoes here you already know it; and those i & who have shopped here since we adopted the at almost unbelievable reductions. Our first , all-cash system know, too, they have saved all-cash sale is on. toj MEN'S SHOES WOMEN'S SHOES. FOUR EIGHTY-FIVE TWO NINETY-EIGHT j Sizes, to 101,;; black, button or lace; in patent Sizes 2Vz to 6. Very good values in patent vamps 'ft leather or cair. Worth fci or and cloth tops. Either nn ! f'?( up to $7.50 ,v iP.OJ button or lace $6.VO SIX EIGHTY-FIVE FIVE EIGHTY-FIVE f i Well made shoes of brown calfskin on a smart An extra good line in black and brown combinations, ' ) jij f English last. Values &C QC or n11 bIack or brown- wilh C CC ; $ B up to $9.00, at CpO.OJ high cloth lops; lace tpJ.OJ I SEVEN EIGHTY-FIVE SEVEN EIGHTY-FIVE I i Black and brown in a new English last. Some Entire stock of ladies' white kids; light gray, cham- . & i famous Packards in this-lot. $7 or )c' a,,( d Wldths' &7 85 'f & Worth to $10.00 4i.QD orth UP 10 $15-00 tP.O0 J . I SEVEN EIGHTY-FIVE v , NINE EIGHTY-FIVE J fi , , , , Newest arrivals, the latest thing in ladles high grade , Entire stock of Dr. Reeds improved cushion soles. snocs Dark gray wUh Fronch or mlIitnry hcels and ft g In all sizes. (7 or lu eithci. all ieather or cloth lops. ci?fl or 5 H Values up to $12.00 P 6 .0 J Worth up to $12,00 $y.OJ j MEN'S HOSE Women's Hosiery Special l 2 for 4c!r ' i K , , , Cotton and silk lisle hose in black, brown and wh;te. Cotton hose, worth 30c a pair regularly. at a aIzos Resular 50c quality, Get 2 pair for OL tyf t -t, BOYS' SHOES Big GW Shoes $2'9 Sizes 2 to 7; patent white tops; nnd also kid 0 I Also included in this lot are some men's small sizes; white tops. Some in black patent with kid q nn ! I patent and calf, button or lace. nn tops. Worth up to $G.00, only s&Li.uO i -Ji Regular $5.00 values fyL.vQ A f BALLET SLIPPERS Children's Shoes All sizes of these smart little slippers. You ought $1.98 i . 1 to have a pair for your dancing classes. Instructors Sizes 5 to S; good looking and serviceable tff nn ; w I recommend them. shoes for the kiddies ipl.i?u ? E Misses-size $225 DON'T FORGET THE j $2.48 1 RED TAGS Children's scuffers, and also li S Every "red tagged" box of . some on regular lasts; patent ; $3.50 shoes holds an unequalled bar- V? $2.48 I gam. Look for the red tags. -' I ,, ,, ,,,,, ; ' a Thewellknown Sfa Shoes I Clark Quality P at Economy Prices ' ) il i mm l jjmjuuju.T'C nearm j 1 1. 1 1 1 imm m- Norris said Mr. Gompers was loyal to the last degree as he had demonstrat ed during the war. The Nebraska senator added that tho anti-seu:-ion bill gave too much power to government officials and that Mr. Gompers' criticism was justi fied. oo Steamer Passengers j Want Wine at Meals i NEW YORK, Jan 20 More than 200 passengers on board a Spanish steamer which arrived here from Bar celona Saturday on her way to Havana and Ver Cruz, today drew up a formal complaint to be forwarded to the snip's owners and the Spanish consular agent against the prohibition law which deprives them of wino at their meals while in port. The passengers claim that wine is used as a beverage and a food in place of coffee and tea and that they should bo allowed to havo it while in transit between two countries where its use i3 allowed. oo Joint Board to Aid Soldier Welfare Law i WASHINGTON. Jan. 20. A joint congressional commission of three senators and representatives to con sider legislation promoting the welfare of former soldiers, sailors and marines was proposed in a resolution adopted today by Senator Robinson, Demo- crat, Arkansas. Investigation of con- ditions of health, employment and compensation of former service men IN would be authorized. ffl Influenza Epidemic I ! Afficng Service Men I WASHINGTON, Jan, 20. Influenza , has become epidemic among soldiers : at Camp Grant, Rockford, 111., and the 1 ? Great Lakes naval station, Surgeon General Ireland of the army announc- 5 ed today. Smaller epidemics have been : reported from Love Field, Texas, and Fort Sheridan, 111., General Ireland 'i said, and the disease is prevalent ' among American troops in Europe. 5 I Own a real homesite in Lovelock Subdivision. Sur- These ehoirc hmMir, i ,,. S Kl I rounded on the EasL North and West by beautiful to $100 down J Si ' n""'"0" ,tcrme. H homes-Fr. an ideal ncighborhood-this Is the most for the thnert dJmSPh P "t"?' 'u"0"?" 11 attractive location in the city of Ogden for a per- vestors. kh,nnert Pur-Sod enough for the big in- 1 mancnt home or an investment. All improvements M arc paid for, which includes paved streets cement Th-re U nn nthr. . , j . ', Ml , sidewalks-oil ready for your home. Lovelock Sub! vSinLlth. t0 lovelock ubdU fl division is In the durable district just on the point 3ection-Sy acceSleanrf f'VI 11 of the hill of Jefferson avenue and Twenty-eighth price. accessible and to be had at so lowti 1 fl street, absorbing all the advantages of the hill dis- B 13 Itrict vithin ten-minute walking distance from the You mu:t -xt - u . Ii WJ center of town; easily accessible by street car and division YoJ ,.h aPC ?'y 53 ,ots !n th!s S H in an exceptional residential section of Ogden. phone JM? n , y-Ur ch,CC 31 or,cc' Just I fl nnonc us we il call for you in our auto. I : I ; ZOQ HUDON AVE, ' PHONE 91? J j 1