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3 SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1920. ' THE QGUEN arANUAKU-hAAMUNtK I
I U. S. URGED TO '
Vanderlip Advises Immediate
Resumption of Trade
With Soviet Russia
LONDON1, D Washington D.
Vanderlip of Los Angeles deohfcred
that. while there Is no politics In nis
dealings with Kiissla. so far as poll
tic may he interpreted to nioon Am
erican recognition of ths Tletl,le
concession to the Vanderlip. syndi
cate of 400.000 square mUea In gam
chatka. Siberia move him to bfllcve
th:.t 11 la the Key to the ?nu"1 '
the irarlflc. restraining Japan nj
open opening the door to the enure
Asiatic trade for Am-rlcn.
In a statement he openly appeals
to the Amerlean people to "demand
of congress Immediately to restore.
tre.de relations with Russia. The Pa-'
cifl. Is vovir heritage Make It a rree
y---. ocean. Three-fourths of the POPUla
tla Of .he World free It. They have
waited for us throughout rrtiturles. It
is ii to you now "
t n WIM. I P BIBERJ
Mr. VanderMp. himself from the
Pacific coast, represents an exclusive;!
lv Pacific const syndicate and nat
urallv regard 'he J .pane I robiem
with Pacific eyes. Speaking for him
relf and not for hl s-ndlea-tc he
MVfl frankly Russia U turning next
to cleaning up the Pacific coast or
Siberia .mil -when thoy are through j
every Japanese will he either dead or
out " I
Ha Htyl that as soon as the Japa
nese lirard of h'.a concessions they,
ent two rrulsers to Avntche hay.
Where thev are repeating 1he feat 01
securing themselves they did !n the
northern half of S'ich.l!:i. He pre-
dieted that the Russians will thiow
1H them OUI of both. The cruisers have
WM pone to Avatonka bay, which Vender-
tM ri myn It the finest rival harbdr In
the world with an entrance only 800
JkWm yar.l' '- ' ' ".'oinc ;
WM thousand ship ot .ieep draft end ihe
JWi largest B m
1 be trundled in barrow from the
V aeroNS the ship's gangway into .is
if"' ISSl I.S SI'MI MI NT
,M ihc face of Washington skeptl
WW . ' -
k and in th I he apprehension
tfc 1 of Great Britain and what he consld-
. T crs a direct reversal of French pol ej
regarding trade with Russia, Mr. Van
uHM derlip Issued the following statement
to the American people: j
HB "With the memories, of your I
H Thanksgiving feats still with you. I ,
w;uit vou to know that half of Eu
Hj rope is Starving The people are ready 1
iff! J . and willing to .stop fighting r.d dr-,
sire nothing better than a chance to:
"France and England arc demand
ing the payment of the csars
SHH Russia does rrot refuse, but has asked
me who is to pay Russia for the sup
port Of the army of 4.000.000 men
ftfc used for two yens io repel InvaderS.
jH These include the I'nlted States.
Ill SI 1H lf l HI.W 1LV.
9dH "Russia has fought for seven long
IH years, and burled more men than were
(1H connected in the American expedition:
fH nry forces For three years Russia
MBf kepi back the fJer.-uan hordes and
t saved Prance and England from the
fate of Belgium- The) sl'1' f'ght
lng and dying, but fighting the na--r
Hons they saed. They gladly go
tver the lop in the snow, whole bat
talions without shoes or sufficient
clothing. They are fi-rhting usr.alnst
American-mad'- machine guns. rifle.
poison gas. airplanes, all the magnlfi
cent equipment that America sent to
France. I reviewed a division of
husky shock troops and saluted Amer
lean uniforms and Springfield rifle
"There i no disorganisation. They
are moving and acting like one man.
They will not be dictated to as to the
form of government they will have I
iw nnv one nation or combination of
NO BRIEF FOR COMMUNISM.
"I hold no brief for Communism. 1
have, vem it working and 1 know thai
it is not practicable. 1 am going to,
makQ a broad statement and that Is'
that neither do the Kussiun people i
think so and this Includes many of,
the leaders There urn few of the
7rlncipal Communistic laws which
were started three, years ago that are
in force today Sweeping changes,
ware made as soon as it was found
after trial that the system was not,
practicable. The Russians art- fast j
learning that nun are not born free
and equal, but are horn free to be
come equal. The time is approaching
when the only trace remaining of
j' Communism w.u i..-, th natlonallso
;ion of transportation) mines, banking
oil and other reat public utllluos
ism alone the agrarian cooperation which
3u9Q we have already worked out in tne
H United States. The go . :imont will
RH own the land, this preventing tho re-
38arl currence of great estates j und er lh)
FREE SPEECH PR1 ill -"Free
speech prevails in Russia as
JrH It docs not la America. The only
j? thing necessary to bring peace tnd re-
I construction to Europe la thai tun-
j, J gross restore trade n 1st Ions with Rus-
iw sin. Ten days .ifter the news ol ms
contracts was given to the world,
sIwH France declared for trade recognition
3jtfl and England Is on the point of slgn-
ing. First they ridbuled; now they
V;SB are in alutt- bordering upon ianlc
"I hav joined the frontiers of
iJOT Russia and America making a broad
$$gm band of republicanism around the
?flM world from Atlantic to Atlantic. 1
!fi8 offer you 400, ooO square miles of ter-
MM rltory with vast stores of fuel and
SflH fish. I offer ou the chance to sup-
MiitW ply 150.000.000 white people with
commodities rcTchlng a total of ii.
B O00.ooo.ooo foi wh:.'h they give in re-
HT turn a6 payment raw materials from
&nm a half of the continents of Europe and
gjjUf Asia, great stores of which are ready
4-- for Immediate shipment Th( open
IB tJoor to 600.000.000 Chinese and Ko-
,B reans is ready for you to enter.
HbV "Go to It. you bijr glorious sons of
the Golden West. Line up your Ro
rahs, I'nderwoods. Johnsons, Phelarifl
SlB anil demand that congress restore
trade with Russia The "whole Pacific
Iflrt Is your heritage. Make It a free
Eftf ocean. Three-fourths of the popula-
Bjfll tion of the world face It. They have
$jgl waited for you throughout tho centu-
rlee . Now it's up to you."
SELF OFF TEAM
OWENSBOIIO, Ky. Ro Howlett.
s'lttL captain of the high school football
team, was full of pep lie attended
a dance and was Mopping 'em off
when the coach saw him. Rosult:
Howlett lost his place on the team.
i jSM oo
HE SHOULD WORRY
TACOM ACups tuok Dr. J Larry
Deegan's auto away from him. Told
him he'd bought stolen property. Now
the doctor has a seven-passenger bus.
an who sold him the first car made
W prm present of the second,
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Hurry Girls, Only
26 More Days Left
1 o Land Your Mate
By AL WARDEN. .
Leap years rorue iinfl leap years
go, but il2( will g.j down In history
os a record breaker in .'ill sections
lot Utah as far as marriagts are con
cerned. That Is i he information i
given oui :ii the offi' ? of the coun -:
ty clerk in Ogdt-n, and who knows,
prrhapp, "leap year" In the reason
for the establish men i of new records.
And RlrlH. i his will lei you in on '
n secret 1020 will soon be over. In
fact but twenty-six more days re
,main in which you may properly pro
pose lo jour bweeibeart
Many things have been accomp
lished In twenty-six t, days. Bui. to
get down to brass lacks and thim
bles -and the like -young v. omen of
Ogden who aie eager to "pop" Iho
question duriag the presenl year,
jwill have io hurry.
THEN FOUR YEARS
Ieap year comes but every four
'jears. And it will be 1460 daye un
til you will again be able to "uop"
tho question, and do It according to
Leap year is surely an odd period
in the career of many young men.
During the three- years in which
"popping ' the question is void, tho
young men are supposed to kneel on
Ibelr handkerehlct, and tweel with
j sweet words.'
But woman has it on mere man.
She can ask him for his hand It
j doesn't matter right or left some
I are right and some an- wrong some
don't take hUt when he accepts he
still must continue to bring home
About the only pleasure our- gets
I from Iho 'leap" year proposals I
am informed is the fact that Mary,
or Hazel, or Nora, or Helen or Ous
sii- or soinrone else, will have a real
South sea Islauds In Hawaii, or any
chance to show just what is whai
in 1 heir line of oratorv and debat
ing. Debates seldom rule after she has
popped the question. Has it ever
been known for mere man to fain1
i-tid pass away when Miss So and
E 1 has asked - "Will you be mine""'
LOSE LITTLE SLEEP
Many of the young men--especially
ihose who part their hair in Ihe
middle h iv in en know n to lose
Bleep after hearing ihelr favorite
"girl" friend chart down a proposal
But during the next throe years
the young women of ihe communl
ty will be able to rest assured that
'if such a question Is to be asked It
will come from the other side.
Whether it be in Ogdcn. In the
other part of the civilized world,
young women, still have twenty-sbc
days with which to make known
And gentle reader If you are
"male" und If you arc seeking a
place In the matrimonial league.
er up and remember that on one
of the coming twenty-six evenings.
I you may he asked lo enter that clr
CUit, It has many tbrills, and if
I you aren't satisfeld with your voyage
I alone, just Jump ha, accept, make
her happy, because 1460 days Is a
itiu p.. nod, and who knows perhaps
. bfl will lose heart during the next
lour years. At any rate be pre
paredfor whatever may arise A
word to the wlse-
Bj CAIUj GERM UN
(Copyright. 1920, N. E.
A working man some tlmo ago con
trolled Lawyer Y. of Cleveland about
getting a divorce. "My wife 13 not a
bad woman," he explained, "but that
clairvoyant she sees about every! hlns
thut'b doing in our (anally boa u. bad
lnl'lu-nce on her. She'll fro afolnet
my say ao every time, after Madame
Glass puts her wise."
"That's too had," .sympathized ihe
lawyer, "but h court will nol hold that
sufficient ground for granting a de-
( crce. You may. however, have other
grounds that arc good let us soo."
As Y. Is a sry ablo lawyer, good
I grounds were soon found and the
I petition duly filed. About a week
; after this was done tho man called on
I the attorney again and asked with
some embarrassment that his petition
Well, I'm glad to know i ho t thing
are all rlsht awaln between your wife
land you," said Y. "They're a long
;is from all right." growled the
man. "Then whj do you want to'
withdraw your suit " asked the laW-.
vei. "It's this way," explained the
man, "I was worried tome about wh.it
inv wlfe d say In court. So I had ai
sitting" with Madam Glass, and she
got If that I had better not get u
divorce of cour.-e she can see what's
comin' she's a wonder. Madam,
Our frl-nd, the lawyer, agreed, and
so do we Madam Glu-ss and her kind!
are wonderful and worthy of a little
The uncanny ability of certain pe
culiarly gifted persons to see what
has happened or Is to happen, both
at a dlstanc- of tlm, and pla :. i. no
doubt, the best accredited of all super
normal powers. ESveri materialists,
who treat everything from the intelli
Kence of the plancbette to tho ma-
t nallzatlon of a lull-crown ghost
with supi-emo contempt, will listen to
reports of clairvoyant visions with a
sort of skeptics, tolerance.
THERE'S DIFFER n I
Thero is somo confusion in the
;upului understanding between the
meaning of claivoyance and telepathy.
Pho difference is that tho theory of
telepathy applies only to cases where
the knowledge mysteriously gained
was In the mind of some living per
son, while the theory of CgUvoyonCe
includes both this and those larger
classes Of cases where the persons
who had knowledge of tho fads dis
closed have passed away, or where
the facts were not within the knowl
edge of nv human being as in t lo
cate of predictions of future events,
or in the location of hidden treasures
of the earth.
The "gift," as It la known In the
Scottish Highlands, where it seems
to oc more often found than elsewhere-,
is an accepted fact among all
primitive peoples. Indian medicine
men. African witch -duc'.oi s, Hindoo
iogl, all have the power of second
sight, and all hold it a misfortune
rather than a hlnsslng io its powscssr
Clvlllzcd people no longer confuse
tho professions of tho priest and the
doctor with that of the seer, hut their
fulth In tli ban vim anl i- still .-.M ong
er and moro widespread than Is gen
erally believed. That this Is so, all
magicians and other legitimate wonder-workers
HANI M'l'l.M VnOHB
Every professional conjuror who in-'
eludes pseudopsychto effects in his
program receives a great many appli
cations for "sittings," even though
he frankly stales thai he presents
these feats to yrove. that they may
be accomplished without the aid of
super-normal power. Some of these
applicants for clairvoyant aid art
most annoylngly Insistent This In
sistence is often due to the teaching
of a certain class of phychlcs ana
mediums that magicians really ac
complish their feats by tho aid of
psychic power, but that they will not
admU this because It is moro profit
able And preserves their secrets better
to claim that everything is done bj
Despite stringent laws professional
clairvoyants flourish throughout our
land, and the amateur "sensitive" Is
as popular as the oulja board. The
superiiclal observer may believe that
this popularity of seers is more or
lea confined to the lower classes and
tho backward sections of the land,
but tin student of tho subject know.-,
that this is not true While there Is
no way of ascertaining the percent
age or believers, the well-informed
maintain 'that n Is nbout the tame in,
all classes of society. Certain It,
seems that the number of members
of high society, who are anxious to'
consult clairvoyants, is very large
probably quite as large as the number
of clients of Ihe witch-doctor among
the most benighted tribes of Africa
and Australia. The taboo which su
perior education places upon super
stition has, like many another taboo,
succeeded only In developing discre
tion. II I DOES IT MEAN
Now what does all this mean0 Is'
It true, as some philosophers assert,
that mankind does not advance in in
telligence.' Is psychic science still
loo young to banish suporst itlon ? Or
its Ihore something to this theory' of
1 clairvoyance, and are these glimpses of
the manifestations of a sixth sense In
hen we consider tho Immense
number of revelations of the p:tst, the
presenl and tho future, which am;
' cmillinHilh heiru: made. It would s-em
strange Indeed If a few of thciu did
not come iriue. Vet there is the ar
gument that If we were to test the at
talnments of the human mind In other
ft. Ids by the proportion of failures
to success several minor arts a.nd .-m 1-
i ences would have less ground to stand
i On than has clairvoyance.
How many generations, since the
, endeavor of Leonardo da vlnoi, about
the year 1300, to become a "bird
man.'' have ridiculed the attempts of
"fools" lo fly. Yet today 'bird-mon"
j cross the continents and oceans with
greater ease and speed than an bird
eer dared lo dream of unless it be
sly old "Loctor Stork "
Although no phase of tho super
normal lends itself so easily to the
purpose's of the charlatan, none other
offers so many well authenticated
easel in evidence of the working of
an unknown power.
w HERl i H' S 3MOK1 '
If the old axiom " Where there's
smoke there's flic-:" holds true, the
mass of reported cases of clairvoyant
visions which have proved true would
suffice to establish chalrvoyancs as
an Indisputable fact. But we have
COnSClOUS and unconscious fraud and
all sorts of error to contend w-Uh. and
the number of cases In which these
elements are quite out of the ques
tion Is perhaps n.j larger than that
which should, as a matter of mathe
matical probability, arise out of coin
cidence. This chance-coincidence Is the last
defense of Ihe sceptic, and until we
know considerably more than we do
about the laws of chance this strong
hold remains Impregnable. But this
ipparentlj insurmountable d-ad wall
should not defer speculative minds
from research and experiment, for. If
some of us did not venture out Into
the unknown, we humans would not
differ much from sponges Let im
hays more light on clairvoyance.
Sea sleds sapablc of carrying air
planes out In midocean. are being de
i veloped by a Boston concern.
CHEAP HOMES ERECTED
OUTSIDE PARIS WALLS
PAKIS. Dec. 4- Cheap lodgings for
families with children are being com
pi. i. d and rented both inside Paris
i and In the district outside the old walls
These have been built with city and
government money as a means of re
lieving the critical congestion.
Separate wooden buildings have
been constructed on the outskirts of
, the citv and somewhat temporary ten
ement buildings in the city. The first
unit In Paris has 30 small apartments
and 12 single rooms. Another untl
Will be ready In April. Progress hat.
been slow, but It Is expected that noAi
year the building may be pushed so aa
to have somo effect on the lodging
EVE NICK. CART! R"
li t.o i --io w LRD
DBS MOINES, Iowa "Nick Carter."
detective stories have been supposed
to ie synonymous with "old stuff,"
but listen: Nick Carter stories used
to sell for a dime, and, now, accord
in.; to les Moines newsdealers, the
boys pay two-bits for them and tho
buy as many of them as ever.
Women will replace old men who
act as watchmen at grade crossings on
the Pennsylvania railroad.
It is estimated that It costs $1000
to produce an efficient telephone girl.
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