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B"- OGDEN CITY, UTAH SAT URDAYEVENiNG, DECEMBER307"l922 LAST EDITION 4 P. M."
j 1 E 1 T l1
ECHOES AWAITED FROM HUGHES' SUGGESTION
ig Price of Farm Prod
ts Considered Big
3TACLE S BEHIND
ry Yule Buying Means
CUT "" : "l1 i'Hv t'nr As?'i-
ited I'" 1'i.isin for 1923
ffcr.f"1 from a bus-
standpoint fjf the year now clos-
f ' Jay by some r.f
Hcajrn's leader? In finance and In- i
Hisln i i as ns for
Hr sc'.lsfactlon with the situation,
Bf Of " h were. .
paa-d trend of trade, a tone of
Kter .onfi.bac. Improved cond.
of agriculture, increasing busl
H n b ' i;-n rally; favorable con
Hn o ion!. ri -cTvcs, interest rati s
cro lif ' strictures; more normal
H(loDiil I" t'.v f n prices of differ-B-C
I a s of i -i.i ii i modltles; better
HBWn ex. haniri quotations.
I 1 KM I'llK. I S BfcTTKR.
Hftcr a i prices of farm crops were
Httity given an Important place in
BKatements which declare that
B) crops had been harvested, prices
Vbc farim- have risen and he lioW
Hring more freely and paying his
eorrf M Reynolds, chairman of
Bboard ; tin- Continental and Na
p the year now closing, business
ond bankirs have had to fa.-o
K)' uhsUn les Liquidation of froxc i
Bts, particularly in the agrlcu'.t.i
' tecthins v. .is '.-it o-r from 1 9 2 i . '
Jfor.-icn MtuaMon acted as a d--HkDi
. i id i J t r and railroad j
'! r. i : ding Influences.
( UK I) ITS I II AW HIT.
B- .t (:!' -si-d. i red its
tin to thaw out. The farm.r
ted good crops and his prices !
je rlsi -n so that now he Is paying ',
dehls and buying more freely. B
Bqu --1 -t'.io.r- i ho ex hanges of
HM 0? tin ) . . i r j i n k i nitrb-s of En-'
' f 1 V is t h.i iia e
to made l o ward economic readjust ,
B,"T'n'-' i'''1' r . mh. I of trade has
V up.aiii and u. jo nut hear of a
BjC tee aniu'a' inn of nunhandise n
line. ,,i :,nv i . . . n i I'nrnls
bl then- i s u tone of greater ,
VUten.-e ii ,,H at any
r tin.- in i s m.,nt l,s 1
Bpcls v mu :, president of Bwl I
jfljl !' .rer than usual '
"Bvor .:u U. e d. pr..ss:on J I
tml l" ... .1 u it. a
Tlc "Jpin.i'.ii than during fornu r !
retsions. j:ut baslneas has
PBT'lf 'uend diirlng I'll'", so that the
J"trv is n.ji f.l; i v prosperous
N1 u (Utl)I Kv I.ooM
mSHlXGTi . I ii.- :;) -Althourli
WhK d' 'tni'. ihi depart -
ol commerce officials assert
V tl:- I )r. -.' r
' i i..ir. I pa:
P' ind other stores have reported
HT ( m'- 1 i i ' in man:.
situation brought about by the;
IF J" e 1
JrMPr'" . . fit Ion
' ' ' " "' the Bhelv v
I mm YEAR
j MEN INDICTED
ASHlx.;-: . in. Bj i ' 1 ''
BJlat-'i I'm,- p.r-nedicl Crowell.
BT1"1' under the
admlnlsl atlon and six 'dollar
Rr m n as. dated with 1 h i
J"1 nation .1 .i.t.n -. were Indicted
Uidnv b-. the special grand jury
M!LVn war h.nnls on r-harffos of
W"a(y to defraud the jrovernment
Jconstrur! ion wartime army
Vlfii0"" lS '"dieted are
ymiam , n.-irreit. Morion C. Tut-
Ynu-ns l.undoif, ("lair Fos-
Jol'n i( M,.,it,bons .lames A
H' Indl consplr-
V rnalKdmlnlMl, exli tins lws amJ.
Bons; lo control thi giving o
W to friends, a.ssoelates ami
Mr 'Jnd.-r the ,-r,.st pins system.
H I? hiirg. -I resulted In '' IOM
e If'-'V'-i nniTil of millions of dOl
WM an.j ,.,(-.. : : , .., ... -ah f laboi .
ffc''s FROZEN TO ,KX'1"V
B,."- 01,1 ,"",-!y.
lr,f to I
V Aas found froxen to 'I :lTh
i K i . "V
F J" The i,o,i- f .un.1 on a courh
:vereil with blankol
UP AND OVER THE BROW OF THE HILL
1 I I I pLOOKINTG BACKA-U THE PlCC- You
I 1 j 1 Took the wheel anio Twe road J
' v J 7l YOU HAD TODPIVEQVCR, i'LL
OGDEN IS AIM
Derision to launch a civic opera
companv in Ogden with a view to pre- !
seating IlKht operas with home talent
was reached at a meeting held In the
office of Mayor Frank Francis at the.
citv hall Friday night i
A tentative organization was effect-,
-d with MtS M- Stewart as president
nd GUS Wright as manager.
MW. V D. Red agreed to accept;
the ask of directing th dancing ; and
, u ClaWton qt (he nrpheum the.
tr'e staff is expected 10 assume dl
rectlon of properties, costumes andj
M SHF AuitSd assumes the position;
of accomianlsl and DarrellJ Grew-,
fan was namad io dlreol the publlc-
v U the enterprise which Is spun
.oVd by Ogdan City through the cityj
SSSK PWM "II for th. firs
1 I to be given here in April.
iCc ."r Martha ' was suggested to,
Theagdtrector and musical dl
rector are to be named.
Mayor Francis said the city would,
... Sad t 1 1 sponsor th enterprise
;tl, . believed would encourage
us' ai tab nt. Increase be love of
pood 'muslc and add to the commun-
DENIES HEIRESS HAS
".m ont o. M.a Iora An. e... be, -
: tn tne 120,000,000 estate of Aor
?? n i . John Gates and Lcs-
la'"vrrlB Chicago newspaper art Si
ter sorrls. hicag Jln t0
ne,,ni t in (tins parenU,
hcr father said.
XT p OBSERVATIONS
WILL CARRY BATHS-
Jack Sign For
Sports Lovers Due fur
Shack When I Meei
SAX FRANCISCO. Dec. 30 Ed
(Strangler Lewis, champion
wrestler announced today that ar
rangements had been completed
for a mixed match between Jack
Dempsey and himself.
L-wIm prodticed signed articles
covering the match which were
drawn at Wichita, Kan . carrying
the nlpnature of Jack Kearnss.
manager for Dempsey.
The articles, a sporting writer
observed. "contained l. 000. 000
rules a.s how the two arc- to be
"We have made this match.
There are only a few details to he
worked out. You can think what
you want about It. t ut when i
meet the champion of the world
In the fistic line, he will learn ho
meeting the fhumpi."i of the
world In a stylo combat that don't
call for putting on glovn
,o not vvanl In bun st. but If I
am thrown against I he firing lino
with the world s champion pugi-
nst the people who like sports will
en the same shock thej received
when 81k! whipped Carpentler "
The date and place of the match
were n announced
TO RESUME PLAYING
PARIS. Iec. .to. (By the Associ
ated Press ) Whether Sarah Bern
hiir.n who announced ETrlday that .he
would return to the stage next Wed
nesday; can persuade her physicians
that sue Is readv lor the opening per
formance of "Do Sujet do Roman,"
se ms problematical.
Doctors and friends believe, it may
he necessary to keep her from Che
theatre a while longer.
"If I rested too lonK 1 wouldn't
live," she assorted she explained tha;
she had promised Sacba QUitry, i i
ihor nf her new pla . that she wouid
be ready to act Wednesdav
"1 shall be there." she added, "you
can bet on it "
I PUBLIC SCHOOL
BETH I ,li 1 1 KM Pa. Dec. 30.
Charles M. Schwab. In an address last
night before the Pennsylvania state
I Education association, declared that
I the average morale of the averug'
I American citizen the working ciasa
was hluher than that of the "so
called higher citizens" of the coun
f "I am prouder of :h- friendship of
those who worked with ms i: my
humble beginning, he Hdded. "than
i of the adulation of the highest in tho
Referring to ihe fundaim nlal prin-
Iclples of education, he said:
j "Tearh the boy first the broad
principle of democracy and seeona
instill in him the principle of honest
integrity, so that as a man he will
love his fellow man and his word
will be as good as his bond.
"If T had a son I would see that
he would receive he highest educa
tion in the United States. Tho ideal
education, to my mind, comes to the
boj in the great public gi tiools of this
country. There is no real education
Safcept self-ertucatlon. What hi ts
jln school, after all. Is only tho foun-J
idation on which his future success is
built by actual effort."
ON SAFER GROUND
WASHINGTON. Dec. 30. German
Industry Is pulling away from what
appeared a few weeks ago to bo the
brink of chaos and a turn In the eco
nomic tide in thnt country Is due.
according to opUilons expressed by
some officials here on the basis of In
formation received relating to ship
bulldlng and tobacco growing In Ger
many. Reports to the department of com
merce disclosed what was believed to
be a rapid recovery In the shipbuild
ing business with Germany restoring
her merchant, fleet ut un amazing rat
As for the tobacco growing id us try,
German' produced T7.no.yuo pounds
In lOCl' an Increase of more than
16 per cnt o or last year's output.
This gain In production offset d -creases
in other European countries
and 'en the continent with a net In
crease for the year of about lo.oOD.
Ooii pounds The If''j figure was re
ported al 874.405,060 pounds.
NEXT MOVE UP
TO PREMIERS, 1
U. S. BELIEVES
Secretary of State Suggests
Commission of Financial j
AIR MUCH CLEARED
Borah's Withdrawal of His
LONDON. Dec. 30 (By the Associ
sted Tress) Prime Minister Bonar
Law will take to tho Paris conference
of premiers a complete plan upon
whleh the British cabinet passed judg
ment yesterday in the hope of obtaln
I Ing a French agreement for a final
I settlement of the reparations problem,
I It was announced in British official
j quarters today.
I Details of Mr. Bonar Law's repara
I tlons plan were not available, but it
I Is believed it will set down Germany s
total obligations at approximately one
third of the Versailles treaty figures.
Tho British desire that tho French
'give Germany a fair trial under tho
new scheme, which. If It ts not pro
ductive of tho desired results, would be
supplemented bj French sehen.es In
oiving coercive methods
It was stated In official circles this
afternoon that It was behoved speech
deliver) by Secretary of State Hughes
in New Haven last night would be
helpful to the Farls conference.
Washington, Dec. 3'V -Disclosures
by Secretary HUghea in his New
Haven apee. h last night of the belief
of the Washington government that
an international commission of finan
ciers, including Americans, might web
be called In ro recommend a incthoit
of settlement lor the reparations i
crisis, apparently leaves the next move
In the hands of the allied premiers.
Tho American suggestion. Mr.
Hughes specified, was offered as an
alternative lu tne event tiiut the- pre
miers at their Paris meeting next ,
Tuesday fail to find a basis for a t
JUStsaent of their views ' among the..i-,
Secretary Hughes' address and Sen-
ator Borah's withdrawal ol bis no jr
bill amendment requesting the presi
dent to call au economic conferences i
combined to clear the air considerably
with regard to the effort of the Amei - ;
lean government to be helpful in ths
t . pa rat ion cangie
si N ti i i:sn. i si i
Although privately stating that he
was prepared to offer It as an amend
I ment to some other bill should the
I necessity arise. Senator Borah's de
cision to withhold ills proposal tor
an international conference as an
amendment to th- naval appropriation
bill was regarded today as having fi
nally disposed of It and setlled tho
Immediate Issue which has held the
1 senate In its grip for nearly a week.
The Idaho sanatoria announcement
that he would withhold the proposed
amendment came as the climux of the
I senate battle late yesterday, after ad
ministration assurances had been
given by Senator Watson of Indiana
that the president already wus sound
ing out Ihu situation In a way which
might lead to a movement exceeding
in tho adjustment of economic condi
tions In Europe He appealed to Bsn
! alur Borah for this reason, not to
press his prope.e,j resolution.
Questioned by Senator Borah prior
to his decision to withhold his pro
posal aj tp whether the administra
tion course might "ultimately lead
I to a conference covering Ihe question
i of economic conditions.' Senator Wat
"Or to some gathering for the pur
pose of determining the problem " In
(his connection it was later stated
at the White House where the presi
dent was said to regard Senator Ho
rah's action as "a wiso move" that
the executive was not now contem
plating the calling of a general eco
norilc condition, but at present pro
posed American participation in an
economic conference on Gorman repa
rations, .s broad position of this pro
posal was n"en here today In Secre
tarv Hughes' address last nlirht at
SEATTLE. Wash Dec. Wor.-v
with the wiles of motorists who "lose"
and "forget" notices to appear before
tho autrmrlth-H Inspired three Seattle
policemen to Irrvcnt a lock holding a
summons Inside It To have the lo. k
opened and removed from a conspicu
ous place on his car the SUtOlst QlUSl
drive to the police station.
Tho policemen, w ho submitted their
Invention to their superiors, suggests 1
that tho locks could be ms.de of cllf
feront color or shapes for the das
r.t the wfek so that an offender who
delayed reporting In person might be.
detected at glance
MOTHER GIVES HFJl
BLOOD TO STOP
TACOMA, Wash , Dec. 30.
1 Refusing to permit sur
geons to amputate the leg of
her son, Mrs. Alice Watson, un
derwent two transfusions of
blood. She gave more than a
quart of her life's fluid to her
son, Rector, aged 12, whose leg
was terribly mangled yesterday
afternoon when a shotgun was
accidentaly discharged while
he and two other boys were
in a boat. Physicians ay the
boy has a chance to recover
without being a cripple, thanks
to his mother's sacrifice.
Former Preacher Accused
By His Own Jailer of
DEs MOINES, Iowa. Dec 30.
Warrants w ere issued today for tho I
arrest Of Winifred E. Robbi Bulk
county shiuitr until January i. anu
'his brother. Deput) Sheriff (;corgc
IjBobbi In connection with the theft of!
iSO.'OOO worth of lio.uor from the Bollc!
Icounty jail liquor room last Wednes-I
day night. Both arc In custody. ;
The charges against Sheriff Robb
'were fibd by William" McMurray.
Jpolk county jailer, after .McMurrav I
'had been lOoked out of his own Jail
under the sheriffs orders, and afler
Mi Murray's son had been arrested by
'orders ... As-didaut County Attorney
8eebu'rger or alleged complicity in
the liquor theft,
McMurray charged that on August
Is, She.rlff Hobo sold more than sev
tenty quarts of whisky to L. S .Hill,
proprietor of 'he American Printing
i and Lithographing company and a
prominent Democratic politician,
j McMurray was denied admittance
i to the Jail about 1:30 o'clock this
jmorning. His son. Everett McMurray.
j recently appointed custodian of
Iwaveland Park, was in the jail office
I in the - ustody of Deputy Sheriff
IKobb. A-cO"t.int County Attorney s
I burger enounced that Clyde Mc.Mur
ray, another son of the Jailer, also Is
M. Murra) was permitted to talk to
hla son through the barred entrance.
As he left the jail Sheriff Robb. drove
.up In n motor car. There was a bat-
tls of words, in which McMurrav.
charged Robb With having permitted
laxity In the management of the
liquor room and In which ltobb railed
rhls Jailer a "Uar" and doubled his
"It's an atrocious lie." L. Sf. Hill
proprietor of the American Winum;
land Lithographing company said,
when told tha. .laibr McMurrav had
I charged that he bought more than To
ciuurts of whisky from the preachcr
shorlff on August 8.
! lb- admitted, however, that he had
tried to obtain liquor from the sher
iffs office but dee lared he had been
Mr. Hill declared he know of no
reason why Jailer McMurrav should
namo him in connection with such a.
AS WRITERS THEY'RE
GOOD TRUCK DRIVERS
CHICAGO. Dec. 30. Somo monl
working on newspapers should bo
driving trucks, Georgo P. Stone of the
Medlll School of Journalism at North
western university said at tho con-i-entlon
of tho Association of Teach
era of Journalism Originality was
the great need of newspapers, he od-,
ded. f niphasl7.1ng the danger of ster
eotyping newspaper style.
E W. Allen of the University of
Oregon was elected president of the:
Association of Schools and Depart-1
menta of Journalism. The Association I
0l College News Hurcaus elected Alice
C. Hunter, Nebraska Wesleyan, secretary-treasurer.
OFFICER HELD FOR
ATLANTA. .a . LtOQ. 39 The dis
covery of 23 cavalry horses In a half1
starved condition, according to ine
police, led to th arrest of Lieutenant
H. J. Gewinncr adjutnrt of headquar
ters troop F eorglj. national guard
cavalry seiuadron He charged with
cjulty to animals.
DANCE AT HIGH I
j IN TRAGEDIES
School Girl Wounded When
Assailant Later Felled By
Bullet From Another
CHK'AGO, Dec. 30. A pollcemin
was killed and one of three men. who
accosted and fired upon a party of
I high school students slightly wound-
lng a girl, was fatally shot here early
today in the ensuing pistol fight with
j Th-- high school students were re
turning home from a dance at their
i ttool when the three men set upon
; them. One of the trio was said to
have accosted Minnie Flnkelsteln. IT.
the wounded girl, who resented his
When the girl remonstrated tho
I man's two companions joined him an 1
he then wa.'i reported to have begun
I firing Miss BUnkelsteln was struck
I In the hip. Then the trio fled
POLK DEM W SHOT.
William J. O'Malldy, probationary,
policeman, was shot as he gave chase
to the men A companion officer,
'firing at the running men. succeeded
; n halting him With a bullet At the
hospital the man said he was John
I Reeves oi Harvey, 11! He was shot
! In the chest.
Reeves, or Reese, the name of tho
family at the address given by the
wounded man died in the hospital
CLEVELAND. Dec. 30. Armed
: bandits today held up the paymaster
of the Kerry Cap and Screw companv
und escaped with the 20.000 Weekly
payroll The paymaster just returned
from the bank With the money, heav
ily guarded by an armed escort, was
anght off his guard by the sudden
ixiVING COBB BACK
AT OLD COPY DESK
PADL'CAH Ky Dec 3o. Irving
8. Cobb, acted as managing editor nf II
the News-Democrat. Friday, the pa- Vi
pej- ho left in 190 1 to go to the New
Prom his old desk, a fixture in the
News-Democrat office, he superin
tended preparation of copy, and
among other things, writing a signed
1 trlbutlng the task of gettlnsr
ou the edition was E. A. Jonas, as
sociate editoi the Louisville Her
ri 1.1 who wrote n signed editorial
m.i .1 Carney a former Paducahan.
now president of the i nlon Carbide
company with offices in New York
City, and Dr. John Langdon Weber,
a member of tho National Boy Scout
Mr Carney acted as dramatic crit
ic and Dr Weber contributed an ar
ticle on Mr. Cobb aa a citizen.
SEES LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 30. Alvm
M. Owsley, national commander of jl.
the American Legion, in an Inspec
tion tour of posts and hospitals when
disabled veterans are patients, was
duo here today.
Plans called for a reception by le
gion and municipal officials and en
lertalnmi nt at motion picture B(U.
for the Sunday
business messengers go
IN EVERY OGDEN HOME
The cost is little
the results large.
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