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k J THR OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN. UTAH. MONDAY, MARCH 29, lVZU 5 (
!--our sort of spring styles they must be good qual ity, good style, good taste and good value above all every suit here meas ures up to that standard and with those cardinal points as a foundation of service, we make the suits additionally a t t ractivc with smart style features of ultra distinctiveness, novel texture weaving and exclusive patternings. Our patrons are habitual good dressers. I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. H W. Gwilliani and wife to Charles t F. Patterson, lots 5 nnd 6, block 2, Cropsey's addition: ?S00. Marilla Rollow 10 A. J. Hollow, part ; ' of lot 10, block 40, plat A; ?1. Charles Hollow and wife to L. E. ; Rollow, part of southeast quarter of ? section 19 and pa.rt of the southwest :j quarter, section 20, township 6, north H range, 1 west and sundry parcels df ; land, $1. j Robert M. Caldwell and wife to J. T. fj McEntire, all of lot 6. and west half of -L lot 7. block 2, Taylor addition; ?350. "ml -iM' J0Des and wllc 10 wuiara huh, all of the southwest quarter, section 1, w$ township 5, north range, 3 west; $500. mt D. H. Peery Estate to Joseph P. Jepp- iWT son' block Riverside annex, $500. I'Ki Joseph Patterson and wife to Joseph -Mb ' Patcraon Part ot -ne northeast '&K quarter, section 1, township 5, north iBr range, 2 west; $2,500. St L. L. Keljer and wife to Fox-Keller 'Bf Dressed Meat company, part of the -Mi southwest quarter, section 19. town- 9 ship G, north range, 1 west; $100. I HIKE TO ELKS Owing to the celebration to be held in the club tomorrow evening to celebrate the burn ing of the mortgage the regu lar lodge session will begin at 7:30 o'clock. 4081 . A BOOK THAT ST ! gives y I SATISFACTION j. Your bank book is a a Xk oontlnual source of in. V IS splratlon encouraging K y regular deposits. Come s !, X to the Commercial Na- y Kg tional Bank now, open an account and get a ,( bank book. ral It. Four per cent In- x I terest Paid on Savings xjj i Hrl Accounts Compounded ml I Ki Quartcry xj I M Commercial 0 ' ! CHAMBER OF COMMERCE URGING CITY 1 TO PROCEED WITH PAVING PROGRAM PUBLIC MEETING ON SUBJECT TONIGHT The public meeting called by the city commission to obtnin expressions either for or against paving In the new paving district. No. 130, will be held at 7 o'clock this evening in the council chamber of the city bulldjng. Among tho organizations urging the carrying out of the paving program is the Ogden Chamber of Commerce. j It Is reported hat many small prop erty owners on Thirtieth street, near Wall avenue, are making protest to .the paving scheme and it was an nounced by W. L. Wattis, president of the Ogden Chamber of Commerce, that, the organization would bo represented by delegates whom he will appoint late this afternoon to bring before the com .missioners tho fact that the former city commission promised the Ogden, I Publicity bureau that this Thirtieth ( street paving would be done in 1919. "When we first heard that the Sperry Flour company was contemplating the building of a mill in Utah the organiza tion of the Ogden Publicity bureau I Immediately got into touch with their headquarters office and began to show them the advantages of buying their site in Ogden and locating their plant j here," Mr. Wattis said. "In that we were entirely success I fui, as everybody acquainted with re- cent industrial developments hero I knows. But one of the guarantees we made to the Sperry people was con tained in a letter dated December IS, 1918, and said: "Wo guarantee to have a concrete or other satisfactory road put in on Thirtieth street, extending from tho paving on Lincoln avenue west to your property on Thirtieth street, and when this paving is done wo will have a four or six-inch water main, which ever you require, put in at the same time. The gas mains and the sewer I will also be extended at the samo time.' "The late city commissioners includ ed the pavement referred to in their program for 1919, but on account of unforeseen difficulties, it was not car ried through last year. Now it natur ally is up to tho present commission to redeem the promise formerly made jus and see that our guarantee made to the Sperry people, which was one of the guarantees that brought the plant to Ogden, Bhall be redeemed. To that end a deputation representing the i Ogden Chamber of Commerce will be , present at the commissioners' meeting tonight to put forward our view as i strongly as It can be put." i oo ! Neal Hart in "The Elements of Might;" Antonio Moreno in the first episode of "The In visible Hand;" the last episode ! of "Smashing Barriers;" a ;2 reel comedy, and the latest News Events at the Cozy to jday and tomorrow, j The American Legion will meet at the University Club Rooms, at 8 o'clock this even ing. Business of special impor tance to every service man will be transacted at this meeting.. RAY SCORES !N 'ALARM CLOCK ANDY' The Alhambra entertained a merry crowd last evening and the verdjet is it is the best program of the year ! The comedy" A Roman Scandal," is a) scream and the bull is there all through tbo show as he appears on the title of the Hay picture as well as the' Roman martyr scenes in the comedy. I It's a family program, continuing till Wednesday. uu ! Call on J. J. Brummitt at 2417 Hudson .avenue, if you want to sell your Liberty bonds. Phone 59. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the many kind friends who bo kindly assisted us in the sad loss of our dear husband and father, MRS. JOHN GRAY Adv. ' And Family. nn, Drives Motorcycle on Sidewalk and Pays $5 Alfred Webb, 19, was arrested on Sunday afternoon by Robert Burk, captain of city detectives and charged at the police station, with operating a motorcycle on the sidewalk of Cross street, between Washington and Adams avenues. Appearing before Judge Roberts in city court this morning the young man pleaded guilty and said that ho did not know he was offending against the iaw. Me was fined S5 or five days in the city Jail. nn Benefit Dance by Ogden Ladies' Band For the purpose of increasing the fund being raised, to buy uniforms for the Ogden Ladies' band, there will bo a dancing party tomorrow evening at Berlhana hall. Lillian Thatcher's or chestra will furnish (he music. There has been a determined effort put forth to make the young women's band a permanent feature of Ogden's civic life and there has been a fav orable response to the appeal for uni form funds. The dancing party gives everybodv an opportunity to contribute and at the same time get their money's worth in dancing. If they abolish all the royalty In Europe, what are the American heir esses going to do for husbnnds7 THREE IDAHO PARTIES ARE ARRESTED AS VAGRANTS Frank Baker, 35, Salt Lake; Flor ence Bartlett, 20, Pocatollo, Ida., and Marie Trultt, 20, Boise, Ida., were ar-j rested in a local hotel at 7:50 yestcr . day morning by Sergeant Plncock, ' taken to the police station and charged ; with vagrancy. A rumor of the loud conduct of the two women had reach-' ed the police from another hotel, where the night clerk had ordered them to leave. They -wore eventually traced' to another hotel and arrested. Tho throe were released on payment of 550, 1 ?25 and S25 respectively j On the case being called this morn ing uone of tho defendants put in an j appearance and Judge Roberts ordered the forfeiture of the bail. ; oo i FOUR JAP GAMBLERS, FORFEIT MIL OF Si EACH Arrested in a Japanese noodle house at 2428 Grant avenue. M. Maeski, Y. Kioki, S. Mano and K. Suga, all Ja panese farmers, failed to appear in city court this morning when their cases were called. They were charged with gambling. According to the officers tho four men were busy with a quiet game of poker for stakes when they were sur prised at 1:45 yesterday morning, taken to the police station and released on payment of S50 bail each. The bail was ordered forfeited by City Judge Roberts. oo Japanese Laborer Gets 60 Day Term Taki Rowe. 50, a Japanese laborer, who explained through an interpreter that he lives in Salt Lake, appeared before Judge D. R. Roberts in city court this morning to reply to tho charge of drunkenness preferred against him by Sergeant Pincock and Detective W. A. Jones of tho city police, who arrested Rowe in the Vi enna cafe on the morning of March 2G. The officers testified that Rowe was seen by them in a drunken condition on Twenty-fifth street, that they fol lowed him into the Vienna cafe, where he was loudly calling "T Bone Steak' to the cook in the kitchen. Rowe pleaded guilty and on tho testi mony of the officers was sentenced to $C0 or 00 days in the city jail. oo Knowledge is power but powerless unless It has a little money to go along with it. oo HUD'S MARKETS 1 NEW YORK, March 29. The up ! I ward movement in tho stock market i was resumed at the opening of today's session, coppers and several of the worthy exceptions to the higher trend. There was abroad inquiry for ship pings, especially Atlantic Gulf and United Fruit, also oils and motors and such specialties as American Can, Corn Products, Tobacco Products and Westinghouse Electric at gains of 1 to 3 points. Early rates for exchange on London were under last week's final quotation. Trading was much curtailed during the morning, because of the storm In the middle west, which interrupted communication with this center. Re cent avorites such as General Motors, Crucible Steel and Baldwin Locomo tive were under pressure at declines of 3 to G points, while Stutz motor ro acted steadily to 300, a loss of 18 points. Pronounced strength wa3 shown, however, by Chandler Motor, American Car, Mexican Petroleum, Royal Dutch and Shell Transport, while shlpplngs.augmented early gains and rails hardened. Sugars wore sub-i stantially higher with several of the utilities and minor specialties. Call money o,poned at 8 per cent and ex change on London rallied almost at last week's high quotation. oo 1 CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO. March 29. Higher prices in the corn market resulted today to a considerable extent from scantiness of the stock on hand and from the fact that receipts this morning gave no in dication of any important increase of the crop movement. Crippling of wire service, however, confined demand al most entiroly to Chicago traders. Opening prices ranged from y, to lc higher with May S1.5GK to 1.56& and July S1.50'A to 1.51, wero followed by a slight general setback, and then by new upturns. Oats were firmer with corn. After opening unchanged to c higher In cluding July at 79 to 79 Vic, the mar ket nagged a little and then hardened again. Provisions showed strength. Labor difficulties at the stockyards appeared to bo in some degree responsible. CHICAGO QUOTATIONS. CHICAGO, March 29. Open High Loir Close Corn Mny ?1.56'i 1.56 1.5514 1.55?s Radiant New Raiment' lor Easter with the I Charm o! Spring in Line and Fabric I o u o o 0 Because of the prestige that is ours in matters pertaining to apparel, our patrons know that the modes launched here are absolutely authentic. Our Easter collections of styles only serve sto strengthen this confidence m our abil' ity to show the newest and best first, in most gratifying a ttire. We now represent the choicest interpretations of i their individual modes. They are novel, different and uncommonly attractive. The woman who assembles her new wardrobe with the aid of this display is assured of getting the utmost in .quality and style distinction at a ; moderate price. j 'jJ I BURT'S J I July 1.5016 1.51 1.49. 1.50 Sept. lMVi -.47 Vi 1.45 1.1GU Oats May .80' .SGi .30 SG'i July .79 .79 .7S Vj -7S'i Pork Mav 37.25 37.25 3G.50 36.50 Julv 37.50 37.50 36.G0 3G.60 Lard May 21.15 21.15 20.70 20.S0 July 21.90 21.92 21.47 21.52 Ribs May 19.10 19.17 18.80 1S.90 July 19.70 19.70 19.30 19.37 OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET. Cattle Receipts GO; choico heavy steers 9.5010.25; good steei:s-?8 9; fair steers $Gj8Sj ,cholco feeder steers ?78; choico cows and heifers ?7.508.50; fair to good cows and nolf crs $G.507.50; cutters $56; can ners ?34; choice feeder cows ?56; fat bulls $506; bologna bulls ?4.5; veal calves $1011. Hogs Receipts' 1029; choico fat hogs, 175 to 250 lbs., $13.2514; bulk of sales $13.5013.75; feeders ?10tfj) 11.50. Sheep Receipts 99; choice lambs 514i-jUfc: wethers $911; fat ewrs $7 lecder lambs $12015. Arrivals Danielson & Boner, Tres ton, 1 car cattle; Irvin Wodson, Don nlsou, Idaho, 2 cars hogs; C. P. Rich ens, Richfield, Utah. 1 car cattle; Ray MacFarlane, Richfield, Utah, 1 car cat tle and hogs; H. A. Poole, Jerome, Idaho, 1 car mules; G. L. Browning, Buhl, Idaho. 1 car mules; Walker Bingham, Buhl, Idaho, 2 cars horses; F. Renado, Montello. Nevada, 1 car sheep; W. A. 'Alfred, Preston, Idaho, 1 car cattle and hogs; .L A. Norswor thy, Gothenburg, Nebraska, 4 enra hogs; Ogden Packing & Provision Co., So. Omaha, G cars hogs; W. J. Fife, Burley, Idaho, 2 cars mules; Andrew Bingham, Reno, Novada, 1 cur horses. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. Nob.. March 29. Hogs Receipts 14,000; market unevenly steady to 15c higher; bulk 13. 754? 15.00; hoavy $13.75(3)14.75; medium $14.7510.25; lights $14.2515.50; pigs $U,5014.25. Cattle Receipts S500; killing classes strong to 25c higher, stockors and feeders slow, steady; choice heavy steers ?14.35514,50; medium $11.25(0)13.25; common $9.50'11.25: choice lights $11.15(0)14.00; common $9.2511.75; butcher hoifers $7.00 12.25; cows $G. 5012.00; cannons ?4.- OSJG.SO; calves $14 .5016.00; feed ers $S.5012.00; stockors $7. 00011. 25. Sheep Receipts 9500; market 50e higher; lambs $1S. 25(jf20. 15; culls $15.0017.75; yearling wethers $15. 5017.50; choice ewes $12.2514.50; culls $7.50011.50. CASH SALES. CHICAGO, March 29. Wheat No. 2 hard $2.5S; No. 3 hard $2.55; No. 2 mixed $2.50. Corn No. 2 mixed $1.63; No. 3 yel low $1.6101.63. - . . ' Oats No. 2 white 95lc96yic; ,No. 3 white 93V6095&C. Rye No. 2 $1.79-74. ' Barley $1.36 01.67. Timothy seed $9.00012,50. Clover seed $45.00059.00. Pork nominal. - Lard $20.00. Ribs $1S. 00019. 00. MONEY EXCHANGE. " NEW YORK, March 7. Mercantile paper GVi06 per cent. Exchango Irregular; sterling 60 day bills $3.90&; commercial 60 day bills on banks $3. 90; commercial 60 day bills $3.S9; demand $3.94; cables $3.94?',. Francs: Demand 11.40; cables 14 -46. Belgian francs: Pemand 13.86; ca bles 13. SI. Guilders: Demand .37; cables .37J,3. Lire: Demand 20.02; cablej 20.00. Marks: Demand 1.34; cables 1.35. Government and railroad bonds Ir regular. Time loans strong; 60 days, 90 days and six months S0S per cent. BUTTER AND EGGS. CHICAGO. March 29. Butter high er; creamery 50066c. Eggs lower-; receipts 22,914 caso:?; firsts 43043c; ordinary firsts 4.0 Vfe 41Vuc; at mark, cases included, 420 43 c. Poultry alive higher; springs 38c; fowls 42c. POTATOES. CHICAGO. March 29. Potatoes steady; receipts 44 . curs; northern round white sacked $5.9006.00; dit to hulk $6.0006.10; Idaho russets $6. 75 07.00. BAR SILVER. -NEW YORK. March 29. Bar silver $1.2Gi. Mexican dollars 97'ic SUGAR. f NEW YORK, March 29. Raw sugar firmer; centrifugal 13.04c; fine granu lated 14.00016.00c. CALL MONEY. NEW YORK, March 29. Call money steady; high 10 per cent; loow S per cent; ruling rate S per cent; closing bid 9 per cent; offered at 10 per cent; last loan 10 per cent; bank accept ances 6 per cent. After the closing the following prices were made: HJjjh 12 per cent; closing bid 11 per centj offered at 12 per cent; last loan 12 per cent. UBERTY BONDS. NEW YORK. March 29. Prices of Liberty bonds today were: 3MjS 97.30; first is 90.50; second is S9.10; first 4s 90.52; second 4VU , 'M 89.80; third 4 Us 92.78: fourth 4V(s S9.76; Victory 3?is 97.52; Victory II 'H 4?is 97.51. P 1H LIBERTY BONDS J4Ho6Ie a,Cq I oima tUT LA HA. y ' 1 1 1 Beet Growers of Weber County Still I Stand on Bureau Contract H Notice Given to Amalgamated Sugar Company j Ogden, Utah) "r 1 ' - . Mr.rch.27th, 1920. ;,. j Amalgamated -Sugar-iCo.1 ' Ogden, Utah. ! Gentlemen: - . , In accordance with motion passed by the County Sugar. ; Beet Committee of the Weber County Farm Bureau au- ; jH thorizing Its Chairman to officially notify your Company ' of the action taken by said committee, at meeting held to- day, March 27th, 1920, I hereby submit the following: j "Moved that the farmers and beet growers of Weber fl H County stand on the platform for the use of contract and fl a schedule of prices agreed to by the Utah State Farm i fl Bureau Sugar Beet Committee and the Utah-ldaho and other I sugar companies of the state, and that the beet growers be ' I instructed to sign contracts only with the companies of- ferlng this contract." H. Said motion was passed unanimously by representatives D of boet growers from every community In the county. Respectfully, j' jH J, R. BEUS, Chairman, j Sugar Beet Committee, Weber Co. Farm Bureau.