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- OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 1. 1920. LAS1 EDITION 4 P. M
?.ftith Yr No ?1 I . H
1 MEXICO CITY THRONGED FOR INAUGURATION I
THE MEXICAN PRESIDENT AND FAMILY
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President Obregon an. l i.t- f.nnii.v upper lefl Obregon; upper main. Mrv Alvaro Obregon; lowei
H h t o da ight
III! ON WILD
POET OF FfUME
Shots Reported to Have Been
Excharcjed Already Be
LONDON, Trr. i. Former Premier
Hlollttl, of Italy. - : "i th
chamber of deputies in ItogM yoctor
day, refused to answer a question Uk
ing whether the government Intended
to take military measures ugainst . i
tain Gabrlele d'Annunslo In I'lumc
say a Koine dispatch to Ihe London
The (Covrnt,icnt " h d-clan .!.
anxious to hasten final ratification of!
tho Rapallo treaty with Jugo-Slavla
which has been m i'-"1 - i bj the cham-l
her and Mill be submitted ti the r-on ;
tie on Deeember ; "
While General Cnvlglla's regulars,'
liave thrown n cordon around Flume.
nil small Incidents have thus far!
been reported. says a Milan dispatch
to the Times. Kxcrj t .'fort will be
mudi hv the n gul irs. it K Mid. to
Induce the follower of d'Annunrlo to
The dispatch quotes n telerrum
from Tried to the effect that regular
Alplnl uml SOSSc of d'Annunxlo' men
exchanged shots and hand grenade"
When the Litter r..- . I Italian
territory. A few regulars were made
prisonors by d'Annunxio's soldiers atj
Mil advanced post on ihe road t,. C.m
trlv The garrison on ths laland of
Yeglla. held by men lovnl to the p"ct
soldtcr. has been relnfor d.
I EIGHT BODIES WASHED UP
FROM WRECK OF BARGE
SEATTLE. Wash, I 1 Flgh'
bodies from the lout barge W. J I'lr
rle Including that of Mr... Alfn d Jen
sen. wife of the master of the vessel,
have been found on the bench In the
vlclntt of t'ape Johnson, according to
advices to the Associated Press from
ciaiiam Bay, Wash. The Jensen baby I
has not leen found. It was stated. The
Plrrle Is now believed to have found
cred on "ake. rock mldwuy between
James island and 'ape Johnson.
CAST OUT COMMUNISTS
LTH PABMi Per i All asrleultoral
H .ndlrnten which adhere to the third i
H Internationale (Moscow) will be rx-j
Hl eluded from the federation of agricul-
Hl turai workers, acoordlnc to a decision
reached by the national Committee of
H the Utter organisation, it 1 stated l '
BRITISH COLUMBIA WOMEN
VOTE FOR THE FIRST TIME
H, VANTOrVF.n. II C. Wo I
H -nen led today for the first time In1
1 general legislative election ;
Hi irnughoul l!ritlsh Columbia. Tho
H' rgest vvf i predicted, a'
B i-owdble. under penalty of lostna
H . I future elections.
I x m ii !i.i-lia I c ' ' : . lis lit) res! lined
K Kraft which have
OF OBREGON AS ;
(. E . staff Bpedal).
ftlBXtCO C1TT, liexlco, Ctoc 1. "1
am a farmer; 1 wish this war was
. r ) .. 1 .on M ;. Lack to n ranch.
1'resident nbregon USOd to tell his
brother officers h D the revolt!
tlon broke out Uener.il ( lln Ron wui ;i
proaC rous farmer at Hautobum po.
(Jene-ral (ibrenon I oat his i ;?ht arm
above tin elbow at Celaya lsio.
Ilia forces hod taken gruuml In which
villa had planted minee. Quddenlj
there was an e:UMnoQ and ont tkt
)t-regon's uiiiis I. if off. At the hos
pital the next day he learned nis
men were becoming uncus), so he left
his bed and look personal charge
again Itefore this mishap Obergon
was a fine physical specimen and an
ObreKon's view on war arc con
tained In lni"" WOSdS: "War Is u
agery broken loese. and If chlllri
tlon is to endure It mast be eliminat
ed as a measure of composing Inter
national quarrels an harniom-ing in
' br i:uu niaile his forlune by organ
izing the garvunzo (pea) growers of
Sonora a tid thereby causing them to
demand better prtee for their prod
ucts. His organization was opted
after the American farmers' market
ing organizations In California He
not only made himself rich, but made
ill hi ix'lKhhor prosperous.
i Colleen In 191.1, at a dinner gl -en
L) Carranza, General ibrcgon . n
tertained the guests b) performing
athletic stunts. Although a big man
physically! he could balance himself
ou one arm and stand that way Indef
inite That wh.h before he lu.-t Bit
right arm. Another stunt wi t
ind and Jump over the top of a high
hair At that time he was one of
the leading generals of tho Carranza
General obregon once fired a young
fellow from the army whom he had
put into a position of trust, for steal'
ing money. The man pleaded with the
general not to disgrace him, and final
ly threatened to commit suicide. On
tht proportion ObregOO offered to
reinstate the young officer, restore
his good name and give him an of
fll ers' burial with military honors.
The fellow didn't accept.
Obregon was an Inveterate cigaret
smoker. He quit the habit after he
became a commander and director of,
large bodies of men when on a desert
where nciret- w.r, scarce. Me dl I
It for two reasons, first, to Increase
his fflclency, and second, to show
that he was master of himself to in wi
moke another Ctgnn t.
CITY OF LOUISVILLE
PLANS TO OPERATE
ITS OWN COAL YARD
1S ll.l.K. Ky.. Dec. 1.
I'urchase and operation by tho
city of ixiulsville of a coal mine
and municipal yards to distribute
the coal to the city Institutions is
being considered by Mayor George
w Smith. High coal prices are
said to have aroused Ihe mayor.
iauiAtan i m it w
PA RIP. Nov SO. The bill for the
re-eatabUahmeni r an embassv to the
Nat.. -in w is adopted ,,v '' ciimi r
It? to U
Action Follows Curtailment of
Service on Street In
DAVBNPOllT, Iowa. Pec. 1 nffl
' clals and train crews of tho Trl-Clty
i liullv.uy company sterS arrested this:
morning on information filed by City
Attorney Schocchfield, charged with
I failure to operate their cars in ac-l
loOrdlhce with th" terms of the fran-i
General Manager Huntoon and As
slstant Uhnnger iCoderlck were among
ih"e arr.-tiiL A w iii.ini i-sued,
I for the arrest of President li. J. Den
: man but he was out of town.
- Ten motormen ahd conductors were!
I As an economic measure the com-
pany several da8 ago announced theyj
would discontinue i-peratlon of the
fourth str. i line, which for a distance!
I of more than n mile parallels thel
Third street line The lirldge llnei
I W;u short enej .,. M owl" service ua
Socialist city official." had warned
i the company that as soon us the pro-,
posed changes were put In force, ar
rests would follow.
fflelal of the company wero ar
rested a second time on their reftisal
to resume service on the Fourth street'
line after bring brought Into court!
DONKEYS AND DOGS.
CATS. RATS AND MICE.
EATEN BY STARVING
COKwTAMTXNOPLjE, Nov. 28
(By the Associated Press). An
eye-wltnean survivor from Hadjl.i.
Asia Minor, discussing the Tur
kish bombardment of that place,
ways it sot fire to the town, and
the 36a who escaped stumbled
over the bodies of tho defenders
. through blazing streets. During
the last das of the siege, the In
habitant ate donkevs and dogV,
finally cats, rats and mice. When
the refugees arrived at Adana the
French took charge of them,
VMAN WANTS WHISKEY.
NEAR BEER SERVED:
TWO MEN KILLED
PASSAIC X. J.. Dec l. Two
men wer' shot dead and one seri
ously wounded In a saloon hero
early today after the barkeeper
had served near ler to a patron
wh asked for whiskey
THREE FRENCH RADICALS
GO DOWN IN SHIPWRECK
PARIS, D r. 1 Three Preheh com-I
mun 1st leaders who participated in tho'
recent communist congress at Moscow
haw perished In the wreck of a sall-j
ing boat which they leased at Mour-i
mansk for the return trip to France.;
says a dispatch front Stockholm. Th
three men who were lost. It is ssld,
weie Mm erg-. it I'-pi-.it mil l.
( re I
London Police Raid Sinn Fein H
A O A A A A A A A
Wilson's Reply Cheers League I
SIX SEIZED US
Revolvers Found on Suspected
Sinn Fein Bit They
STARTLING STORY OF
Sir Hamar Grecivvood Admits
Government Plans to
I.uXDO.V Dec. 1. Six men arrest
. I ;t Southampton yesterday upon,
the arrival of the liner Acoultanlaj
from New York, were neleefed here
today by police officials. When they
wore arrested, it was announced they
were suspected of being agents of the
Revolvers Were found on their per-',
;iv but the men asserted thev were'
Ignorani of the recentli enacted fire
arms n-t. which forbids the importa
tion of those weapons. They were,
closel.. questioned, and their weapons
were confiscated, before they Were
nlaced on a train coming to this city.
When thev reached here they wore
asked to go to Scotland Yard. They
refused to tall; to reporter anil their
Identities h-i not been disclosed.
BuiMlruB housing Slno P. -in organi
sations ln this "itv and ItS suburbs
"c-e gafried by S otlind Vftrd detec-
tli- ytr rd.iv I it ! p. .i-f.l :i
si n s n M 51 ( P. .
RKIJ-'AST, Xov. 30. (By the Asso
ciated Tress, i A sensation has been
paused In County UbUth by the mui
.1. i In 'he e:irly hours of this morn-!
!ng of Sean 'Carroll, a teacher, and;
Patrick Tlerney. son of an Ardee j
The men vie taken from their'
beds and shot. The assassins are;
said to have worn uniforms.
Both Tlerney and O'CarrolU who !
were between thirty and thirty-five j
years old were known to be In sym-,
pathy with the Sinn Fein cause, al
thmisrh not prominently connected i
with the movement.
O'CarrOll was taken from his lodg
Ing and conveyed toward the railway
Station, where he was shot with a
revolver. Ills cries attracted atten
tion and he was carried Into a house
Death came shortly afterward.
Tlerney was removed on a few paces
from his father's houco and shot. He j
The military court of Inquiry Into
the death was private. The solicitor
representing the men's kin was eject
ed because h oblected to a ruling
of the president or the court as un
constitutional PLAN Ol in i I hmi n r
LONDON', Nov. 30. Sir Hamar
Creenwood. chief secretary for Ire-'
land, when asked In the house of
commons tonight if It was the plan'
of the government to intern mem-
hers of the Irish republican army.
Said It was Intended to intern those
In whose cases there was reason to1
believe that they were connected with
the republican forces.
Thc chief secretary' added that In
terned prisoners would be given treat
ment similar to that accorded to pris
oners of war.
TWO SIKH ll I.
COKK. Dec 1. It was reported this
afternoon that two men were shot;
dead last night in the Macroom dls- j
trlct and that four pcivu were ar
rested. The tow n of Macroom Is In a si
of siege and no trafTIc Is allowed ex
cept for food distribution.
PERFECT PRUNE IS
SOON TO BE GROWN
HERE PROFESSOR SAYS
WILMINGTON, Del.. Dee. I.
The perfect prune" 'Is soon to
bo grown In America. Professor
L.. R, Detjett, of Dclawure col
lege, announced in an address
i t fore the 3-lth annual conven
tion of the Peninsula Horticul
tural society esterda.
Describing his super-prune,
which is to be evolved from a do
mestic plum, Professor Detjen
Wild it would be the first tlmO
an American variety has been
adapted to prune purposes, tho
output hitherto having been
from European varieties. ,
FLEES TO JAP WARSHIP
T0B30. Nov. 30 General Semen-'
off. leader of antl-Bolahev Ik force1
-vlong the t r. !i. ii r I c ".m i n Ml.i ru .ind
Mongolia, has arrived at Vladivostok
under Japanese escort. Dispatches
from that city state h has gone on
board a Japanese iru.,.i.rt (Jeneral
S menoff's troops, defeated by the
Bolshevik), recently deserted in such I
numbers that their leader gave up the'
struggle against the soviet arnUOS In
LIKELY TO EEI
Wilson Mediation May Mean
That Greece Will Pay for
SPAIN AND BRAZIL
WILLING TO ASSIST
League Expresses Deep Ap
preciation of U. S. Presi
dent's Promise to Serve
I . I I . Pre I the
t- utetl Pre--I Xii-liia vai unaii-
bnoual) tc.i a mCttibe ol the
i iguc of notions by the commie
vioii for thi' mliiibdc.n of new
-uii - hen- today. It Is expert ed
the a rahlj of the leacne trill
ratify I his at lion.
GKN'KVA. Dec. 1. (By the Aasocl-
itfil l'r.-.-v i V litter a.bir.-ed to
President Wilson accepting his offer
tn act as mediator In Armenln, Was
Innc drafted by the council Of the
league of nations here today Mr
WiNon's note was receired this morn
ing, was reud to members of the coun
cil at 10:30 o'elock and was received
with evidence of liveliest satisfaction.
President Wilson's acceptance cre
ated a great Impression when It was
I'oor old IJurope Will feel eiS
aDnndontnent." wa a re-mark made b
a member of I In French delegation
a I , i : e dtacUeSlng the matter. The news
gave the Smemhly great relief as the
Armenian question had become the
bugbear of the MSembly
Ml li SP. CVtiA HOIH.
Tlirro is much speculation as to
What form the mediation of Armenin
Will t.ikP. A. J. Balfour, a leader of
the British delegation, remarked to
the assembly the other day that in
order to negotiate, it would h neces
sary to offer SlUStapni Kemal, thief
of the Turkish Nationalists, some
thing, either money or territory, and
this remark recalled In connection
with Mr. Wllson'l known opposition
to the disposition made of some parts
of the territory by Turkey by the
Prediction Is made here that in the
end the Greeks may pay the price for
saving wh it remains of the Armenian
(VOND1 RFUTj NJEWfi '
"President Wilson's action is a big
step toward a solution of one of the
most serious problems before the as
sembly." was the way Lord Robert
Cecil characterised the American pres
"That Is wonderful news." he de
clared when the Information was giv
en him. "It brlntpi relief to all of us
who are trying to find a way to help
the Armenians out of the difficulty.
Mr Wilson's acceptance Is commend
able and worthy of ihe best tradi
tions of the l'nlted States, which h.-ve
always been a friend of Armenia and
taken the lead In alleviating hor suf
fering. The decision of Preu)ent Wilson
Is not In any sense political from my
viewpoint and cannot lend encourage
ment to oil those who wish to see the
l'nlted SUites In the league. It is sUn
t.iv a natural development of an old.
1 1 1 I 1 1 I i i
Dr Frldtjof Nansen, who had been
one of the flr.t to be. i.jnc interested
In Armenia, and a member of the
commlMee considering developments
In that country, was mther Inclined
to pessimism yesterday. When he
heard the news today, however, he
beamed with Joy.
"We have found th" man." he cried,
and the rest will be easy."
It was announced this afternoon
that Spain and Brazil had, offered to
Join President Wilson In his role of
Armenian mediator. This offer has
been embodied In the reply to Mr
Wllon f rnitied by the council.
The reply to the American presi
dent. It eras stated, expresses deep ap
preciation of the president's accept
ance The allied high commissioners
at Consta:ilnople. it says, are being
consulted rS to the best way for Mr
Wilson to proceed
SO GR1 I I DI1 I II I l i 1 .
The council! It Is added, believes
there will be no great difficulty about
the president's mediators conferring
with Mustapha Kernel Pasha, the
Turkish Nationalist leader, who ha
been making war upon the Arme
nians. The offer of Spain and Brarll to
Join In the mediation came during thir.
morning's session of the council. That
body left it to President Wilson to de
cide if he desired this cooperation.
After further discussion of the note
In the council meeting this afternoon.
It will go forward to Washington In
the early evening.
ERIS Ol Pi rn
PAF.IS. Dec. 1. (By the Associated
Presa ) The peace terms offered the
republic of Armenia by Mustapha Ke
mal Pasha. Turkish Nationalist leader,
were announced tonight by the
French foreign office The terms are
Armenia shall, renounce its benefits
under the Sevres treaty.
Armenia shall adopt a frlendiv pol
Icy toward Turkev
Turks living within Ihe republic of
Armenia shsll receive full protection.
OLD CUSTOM OF
BOSTON. Dc, 1 The cup (
that cheers was replaced by the
muff that exhilarates when the
Scots Charitable society re
vived an old custom at its an
nual banquet last night to t.w
the place of ante prohibition
toasts. Scotch snufl from sil
ver mounted ram's horn was
passed about the tables
First to take a cautious pinch
was Governor Culvin Coolidge,
vice president-elect, who was
the chief guest From him the
horn went down the banquet
board Sneezes followed
Soon afterward Professor
Charlton Black, of Boston uni
versity, related an anecdote di-1
reeled to despondent victims of
the eighteenth amendment. It
was the warning of an old
Scotchman to his son against
too liberal use of snuff, with the
statement that I've been
drunker on sneezum than I
ever was on whuskey."
Stork Leaves 4
In One Visit to
Plain City Home
Weber county medical records
received ' a notable entry today
when Mrs. Zlna Taylor Knight. 3o
years of age, wife of William
Knight, e I'laln City farmer gave
birth to four babes, three boys and
Tho babes were named Ken
neth. Kenton. Keith and Kathryn.
Several hours after tho arrival
,.f the four, two of them died
These were Keith and Kenton
Prior to the arrival of the stork
with his record package, there
I were four children ln the Knight
Dr. George W. Baker, the at
I tending physician, saya the surviv
ing quadruplets have an excellent
chance to live. The mother Is do
I The babes weighed about four
and one-half pounds at blrlh
BONDS WORTH $467,000
STOLEN BY BANDIT TRIO
NEW YORK. Dec. 1. Four bandits
held up two messengers of the Man
hattan brokerage firm of Kean. TnjF
lor id Company In Brooklyn this af
ternoon, nelzed a package said to con
tain $1 15 7,000 in Liberty bonds, fired a
fuMliadl of shots, i.i.d escaped
Three of the bandits thrust revol
'vers ln the messengers" faces while
! the fourth snatched the package.
Then, entering an automobile stand
ing at the curb, they drove away. The
aoandom d ma bine n round later
on the outskirts of the city.
The bonds. In denominations of
l$:000 and tin.OOo wr.- being carried
j to lgoe Brothers, a hardware firm,
I In exchange for securities of smaller
I denominations. All but $60,000 worth
I of the securities wero said to bi negotiable.
NORWAY'S RAIL SYSTEM
FACES TIEUP BY STRIKE
CHRISTIAN I A. Dec 1 Uy the
i Associated Preos). Ten thousand rall
w.i i mployes . re or.b r on stnke at
I midnight, which will stop the SO tin
Norwegian railway service The strike
I is due to the government having rc
, fused to consider demands for In
1 created wages unless the strike no
tices firs-t were withdrawn.
1 The government has taken steps
, to secure the distribution of food and
I the malls by motor cars. Steamer
i service will be operated for the coast
1 al towns.
The rallwas ar l!- '"n"'1tg higher
wages than the other government em
ployes receive, although the gov.ru
i meut rallwavs are showing an annual
, increase In deficit. owing to high
wages and coal bills.
HALF MILLION FIRE LOSS
STRIKES ALABAMA TOWN
j JASPER. Ala.. Tie.. 1. FITS uii
loating early toda ln the building of
'the Crawford Mercantile company, de
Mroed twenty business houses and ten
residences before It was brought under
' control. Early estimates place the
lOSS IDOVS $500,000.
Rumors of Conspiracies Heard
on Day New President
LOAN TO BE SOUGHT
FOR NEIGHBOR REPUBLIC 1
Change of Administration Ex
pected to Mean First Peace
in Years 1
kSHINGTOX, Dei Rsi
no, i. ir antlObrcg nnsuirecles
in the northern pert ol Mesh n and j
along the have readied itw H
siaie depart men I end dfi- lels eald !
todaj iin- were watching Ihe sil
on -b-l a ' thel nierl-
ran neutrality i- mi vlolati I I
"U-ni.Hr . hi I Ih en lain n
of reports fmm Havana tlint Pa '
blo f jinnee lr fl and othci U ulers "i
lie- regime wore nn tbelr in to
'I evils, hill i 1 1 mi. m i of fjis r H
should in- denied cutrnnc to the H
wishers of Mrxo o. who came ou spi -clal
trains from Arizona, New Mcxb". H
and California, to see 'General Oue- H
leaugu rated preesaent. wen'
the scene of activities In the capital H
midnight whin the general va. H
dared president, according to tele-
grams along 'he H
hambers of commerce and friends of
the men of the specials who couldn't
make tho trip. H
Tho telegrams stated Mexicans said H
the biggest patriotic demonstration H
Mexico ever saw followed the innugu- H
General Obregon later conferred
with men on a ;! ill train from Kan- H
I sea city, reproeenting the Kansas Cltl H
Mexico and Orient railroad of Te.as H
I h lo w president pledged them to H
give every possible assistance to H
American capital for the ! - elopjnetti
I of Mexico He s.ild he would lend H
Influence in extending th illro.ul H
as lo make a through line from Kan- H
sas City to Chihuahua City. H
I N I III x s l III I PI h i
DOUGLAS, Arlr.. Dec 1. Accord-
Ing to messages received bw officials H
in Auga Prieta. Sonora, from Mexico H
City, one of the most enthusiastic re-
Captions in the capital's history was M
given General Obregon laxt night H
The demon trattoria, which are re- H
ported 10 have lasted throughout th H
night, were orderly, the ma&sages say. H
PI I I B I I Ms Mvl I
( N i BtpecenlXi
MEXICO CITY. Mexico. Dec. 1.
The induction Into office of president H
General Obregon mi ins i ice f"r 'his
republic peace, the condition little H
I known here for ten years. H
Of course it ma mean progress. It
! may mean wise statesmanship and H
prosperity, but the people of Mexico
want peace and they elected the most
popular mun ln their realm to give H
Ever since the election Gcucrai
obregon and Provisional President do H
lho Mi hav. be.-n tu-s . pacifying
all factions. Ills aim has been peace
at any price, for .Mexico never had a
president or a louder that couldn't
could establish peace.
So the new regime took up with
General Pel.-z. In the oil district.
with (he General Zapata factions!. L
ln the state of More las with
Pancho Villa and the Yaqui In
dlana In the north, the iucstlou
It literally went into tho market and
t'o. ez had caused
I much trouble in tho oil district of
Tamplco, and he is now settled down
to )ulet life; General Z.iput.i "died jH
ln action" six months ago, but Ills jH
followers were still menacing things,
s . and m,. pH
I story of how General Villa was put
h im 7.i' iteaez and given FH
a life-time job being good Is too fum- lH
illar to repeat. The Yaquls arc quiet
f r the first time In years In fad, rH
I It is said nobody but Obregon hatt
bee,, ,,hle to get them to abandon the
war path. ffH
1(1 I PI i I 'WORKER
So the m.m who took office here to-
day bids fuir to li-como the world's
i betnplofl peacsmaker,
'llla and another brigand a man '
who at one time murdered 65 persons
land who has since been drowned
killed an Englishman in 1917 named
Benson. Obregon didn't argue the
question long as to whMher tho Mexl-
can government was responsible for
this killing. lie simply said "how
much do we owe you?" and he agreed
to give the Fngllsh government $.'0,
1 000 as indomnlty to the relatives of
shoot BY CABLE H
NEW haven. Conn., Deo. L A
le graphic match with I ford unlver
Islty, England, has been arranged with
m. falc Rifle club, it wa announced
today. riie schedule Includes Ogfosjd
i-b iir and Leland Stanford (tan H
tatlve) February 24.