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Friday. December 26, 191.
THE PIOCHE RECORD 4 I '- . . : i . .r-i iniTiiirrnn I -Just XVHat I Wantd" ; , U ttHD PACKING INDUSTRY HIGH PRICE FIGHT PREMIER OUTLINES IRISH PROPOSALS SOVIET ARK BEGINS VOYAGE TO RUSSIA WILL COMBAT ANY STEP SECESSION, DECLARES LLOYD GEORGE. AT Two Parliament for Ireland Contem plated, With Full Constituent Pow er to Create a Single Irish Legislature. STEAMER BUFORD SAILS FROM NEW YORK WITH HI ' EOS OF RADICAL PASSENGERS. Disciple o Violence Rounded up from Every Corner of the United State Being Shipped Away From the Land of the Free. IyOlitlon. - Premier Lloyd George out lined the government proposals for Ireland In a long statement in the house of commons oil liecetnbcr 22. Speaking Willi great delihcieJtloii mid emphasis, lie declared: "Great 1 : ri t h in rtm not accept sep aration. Tin' people who tlilnli Brit ain cun be forced Into ll have not rend the story of tin lust five yours." The premier begun by remarking upon the extreme difficulty of the task "difficult Indeed." lie wild, "lifter such u dlHcreditnMe out nice iin has Just been perpetrnted lit iMihlln." He characterized the ntteinpt on Viscount French, the lord llcutcnnnt of Ireland, as one of the most coward ly and foolish incidents In the history of political crime. He was find tho chiefs of the Catholic church had has tened to denounce It. Reviewing the position of Irish ar fairs he said that nohody In Ireland wanted the net of liMli. In the exist ing circumstances no possihle scheme, for Irish home rule was universally acceptable and parliament must as sume the responsibility and propose what it thought fair and Just. A settlement would lo found, not In the enactment hut in the working of n home rule scheme. He iidmltted tliat plenty of mistakes hud been made on both shies, tliere were ulso ftills mill crimes. "But," lie added, "we want that chapter closed not to ask who Is to blame but to set matters right." The government's new hill provides briefly for the creation of two legishi' tares in Ireland with full constituent powers to create a single IrLsh legis lature to discharge all powers not specifically reserved to the imperial parliament. A clause In the bill will protect the rights of minorities. The question of uniting these two Irish legislatures Into one body rests with the Irish people, the consent of the Im perial parliament not being required It was an Intensely interested house that listened as the premier outlined tne government's proposals wiiuti, lie said, would be embodied in a bill and presented at the next session of pnrlla- i ment. Now York. Pulling under sealed or ders, the army lraiis(ort I'.uford, the ink"' which will carry hack to soviet Russia r.iiiiini Goldman. Alexander I'.crkmnii and more than oilier rud- S-als. left here Sunday. A thick veil of official secrecy was thrown uhont ' the preparations for departure, and J all pusses to the Brooklyn piers, where the ship was docked, were cancelled. .lie Miifoiil which, prior to when she was purchased for use as u :; t.'ansHirt, wus the British steamer. Mississippi, had been stocked with i Moies and provisions sufficient to last fit to persons sixty days. The destina tion of the ship Is not known even to the captain. His nail lug orders will be handed to him sealed, to be opened twenty-four hours away from sirt. The normal crew of I2."i men, includ ing officers, had been Increased by en listed men to serve as guards, and other precautions were taken to pre vent any possihle trouble during the voyage. The Buford Is a slow ship, and the time it will take her to reach a port where her passengers can be disem barked Is problematical. In addition to the slow running time of the vessel, there must be takn Into considera tion jMissible delays from winter storms and frozen seas In the district AKEN T FROM U. S. VESSEL ELEVEN MEMBERS OF CREW LANDED IN IRONS WHEN SHIP REACHES HOBOKEN. i UTAH BUDGET I. W. W. Agitator Blamed for Trouble V'Sich Began Soon After Veel Put to Sea on Trip to Europe and Return. TO RE RESTRICTED "BIG FIVE" HAVE AGREED TO AT ONCE DISPOSE OF ALL THEIR SIDE LINES. All Interests Save Those Directly Al lied With Meat Packing Are to be Disposed of. Result of Com promise With Government. Washington. The government anti-trust suit against the great niett Packers, begun at l'resident Wilson's direction last summer as part of the ENTERS NEW PHASE STEPS BEING TAKEN BY THE GOVERNMENT TO CURB RIS ING COST OF CLOTHING. Conference of Interests Concerned in the Production and Sale of Weal ing Apparel Called to Meet in January. Washington. Steps to check the rising price of clothing will be dis cussed at a conference here early in January of persons interested in the Into which she will sail, for the rnd- riixlit. on the hl-gh cost of living, bin production of wearing apparel, from leals have been promised they will be sent to "red Russia." The latest arrivals of the red dele gation In New York, brought here for deportation, assumed a Jovial demea nor when they left the trains. Many were well provided with American money and clothing to withstand a rigorous winter In Russia. One flashed a roll of bills that an associate had collected of more than f.uOOO. Tho cash resources of the pnrty from l'ittshurg alone were esti mated at $100,000. Many of them had acted like real capitalists in saving high wages In steel mills and mines. Twenty-six former steel workers from Youngstown bad a total of $2.,000. lieiKuinn nntl Mlxn Ooldmun are as sumed to have plenty of money. They bd no difficulty In providing bail for $15,000 each till they were ordered de- been compromised under an agree-1 the producer of raw materials to the From the two proposed parliament ported. In Ireland, one of the Catholics In the ,v south and the other for the I'rotestants of the north and east, a council will be . selected, which, It Is hoped, eventually I -' will bring about a union of the whold "country under a single parliament. SELECTS COAL COMMISSION. COURT JAILS MINE LEADER. District President Ordered Inearcer. ated After Brief Hearing. Indianapolis. Alexander llowat, president of the Kansas district No. 14 of the United Mine Workers of Amer ica, Is. In Jail here, awaiting hearing on a charge of contempt of court for alleged violation of the federal court Injunction ugulnst furtherance of the strike of coal miners. Howat appeared in federal court Monday morning at the order of Unit ed States liistrlet Judge A. R. Ander son.. He was under bond of $10,000, provided In the form of a check on a Kansas bank. Judge Anderson dis approved of .this form of bond and Immediately after the afternoon ses sion of court began remanded the mine union official to Jail until he reached a decision as to the amount and kind of bond which will be ac ceptable. Pesident Chooses Representative of the Public, the Miners and Operators. Washington. President Wilson on Saturday appointed Henry M. Robin son of Pasadena, Cnl. ; John P. White and Rembrandt Peale, members of the commission to Investigate wages and working conditions In the coal In dustry, provided for In the strike set tlement agreement. Mr. Robinson will represent the pub- lie, Mr. White the miners and Mr. Peale the operators. During the war all three appointees were prominent In war work for the government, Mr, Robinson with the shipping board and Mr Wt te and Mr. Peale as advisers to Fuel Administra tor (iarfield. BRIG. GEN. B. A. POORE RADICAL MOB ATTACKS POLICE. York . Deportation Officers at New Assa.-Ked by Reds. 1 New York. Led by a woman who - declared her husband had been de- " ported to Russia on the "soviet ark' Buford, which had 249 radicals aboard, a mob of 150 "reds" on Monday at - tacked the entrance to the Kills Island ferry In an effort to reach fellow rad icals still awaiting denprtatlon. A riot call was turned In before the police could restone order. mm Will Test Dry Amendment. ' Washington, The supreme court has ordered the government to show cause on January 5 why original pro ceedings should not be Instituted by the states uf Rhode Island and New Jersey retail liquor dealers to have de termined the constitutionality of the national prohibition constitutional amendment. Soldiers Held on "Pretext." Washington. The two American bluejackets arrested at Mazatlan, Mexico, December 12, on charges of participating in a street fight, are be ing "held on pretexts," the American consul there reported on Monday. ment by which the packers will con- j fine tliemsel res hereafter to the meut and provision business. An injunction decree to wliich the packers have acceeded, will be entered in the fedenl courts to make the agreement binding. Under its terms the big five Swift, Armour, Morris, Wilson and Cudahy have agreed to divorce their meat packing Industries from other commercial activities and to sell their holdings in public stock yards and their interests In stockyard railroads, terminals, market newspap ers and similar "side lines." Two years are given to comply with the decree, which affects eighty-seven corporations and forty-nine individ uals. "In general," said Attorney Cieneral palmer's official announcement, "this decree prevents the defendants from exercising any further control over the marketing of livestock. It forever prevents them from any control over the retaii! g of meat products. "I eliminates them from the field of uieat substitutes, with the exception of eggs, butter, poultry and cheese, which are left for future consideration and action ; and hence, the price of meat is within the control of the people themselves. It places the conduct of these aggregations of capital Immedi at'ely under the eye of a federal court with reference to their business prac tices. ' Rut, greater than all, It establishes the principle that no group of men, no matter how powerful, can ever at tempt to control the food table of the American people or any one of the necessities or component parts of It. "The department of justice, having in mind the necessities and Interests of the whole American people In this critical reconstruction period, feels that by insist inf.; upon this surrender on the part of packing Interests It has nceonndlshed more for the American j people than could have been hoped for as-the result of a long drawn out legal battle." consumer of the finished product. The calling of the conference was i nnounc-etl on leceiiibtyl9 by Assist. ant Attorney (ieneral Hgg, who said tint, in addition to affecting econ onies in operation, it was planned to provide for the production of standard qmlity cloth and garments for sale at a reasonable price us an inducement tc the public fo check extravagance in purchasing. Suggestions for the conference came fmin producers of wearing apparel, aid a committee of seventeen is being closen, the personnel of which will h announced after the Christmas hol Uays. The Amalgamated OJoViing anions will be represented In the con ference. Mr. Figg said it was generally agreed among producers that one es sential for reducing the cost of cloth ing was to have manufacturers de- tote their plants to necessities, mean ing the type of clothing purchasable by the average man. Some clothing manufacturers were said to believe that men's suits now selling for $55 retail, could be sold at a profit for $25 If an arrangement could be worked out between mills, manufacturers and retailers, whereby a certain percentage of business could be devoted to goods of standard qual ity to be turned out in quantity. "There is no intention to design a 'uniform for the public," Mr. Figg said, "and the standard goods under consideration would be standard In quality rather than in pattern." New York. Kleven member of the rrew of the transport America. Includ ing two Jetty officers, charged Whh iioitliiv on the h'irh seas and other crimes, were taken from the ship in Irons on Sunday when she docked at llohoken army pier, tubers arrests are exMt-ted to be made, as the transiort crew is reported to have been in al most open rebellion since leaving thi port last November on a trip to Kurope and return. An Industrial Worker of the World agitator is said to have fomented the trouble. Six of the eleven prisoners are al leged to have been ringleaders. Seven are charged with mutiny on the high seas. The others are charged with stealing and other offenses. William Calkins, an ordinary sea man, accused of being one of the ring leaders and who Is said to have had an I. W. W. card, was arrested by an armed guard, who found him hld'ng in the hold of the ship after It had docked. Calkins had been arrested at sen for stealing, but 'scaped and was reported missing. The trouble start en last November when the vessel was 11 its way to -.urope. Members or the c.rv who were caught gambling refused to quit when ordered to do so by army offi cers. The baggage of passengers was looted, and when ship officers ordered the crew's quarters searched a num her of automatic pistols were found These, it Is said, were stolen from off! cers and soldier passengers. Several days later two women pas-1 sengers, wives or orncers on tneir way to Oobl en Z, became hysterical when they discovered two sobers trying to grain entrance to their staterooms. On the same day a master-at-arms was caught selling a' raincoat, and every one in the galley was found shooting craps. When the transport reached P.rest, because of the trouble with the crew the ship commander ordered shore leave restricted. Thp crew brok out In open rebellion and declared thev would go ashore if they hud to fight their way. Sixty men In a 'barge attempted to get ashore December 4, but wet forced to return at the point of pis tols in the hands of the ship's offi cers. A chief boatswain who hid aboard the barge escaped. Later sev eral of the crew stole a lifeboat and went ashore. OPERATORS OBJECT TO PLAN. Lincoln Alliance Formed. New York. The Lincoln American Alliance was Incorporated here Friday to oppose all un-American Influence and work for maintenance for Lin coln's dictum of 'government of the people, by the people and for the people." sf Economy Is the Watchword. Washington. All general approprt- ' at Ions for 1021 will be pared down j ".n accordance with strictest econ ontv," except the postof flee depart. ment 'and the pensions, the estimates ! of which are less than for the present j year. Majority Leader Motidell. Wyom ing, tidd the house on Thursday wnen the first urgent deficiency bill of this session was brought up; Brig. Gen. Benjamin A. Poors, wh placed the whole state of Wyoming un der military control as a better means of handling ths strike situation. Padsrswskl to Return to America. Berlin. Jgnace Paderewakl, who re sently resigned as premier of Poland, rill return to America. Not only that 8ix Hulls Are Launched. Oakland. Six hulls, representing 68,200 deadweight tons of shipping, were launched Saturday from the yard of the Moore Shipbuilding company; three tankers of 10,000 tons each and three freighters of 94,000 tons each. Four Killed in Rail Clash. Ronnoko, Va. Four persons were killed and eight others injured, one i probably fatally. In the wreck of a ' Norfolk & Western passenger train, i tlih-tv-flve miles west of here. The I rear end i f the train was telescoped ! by the Norfolk & Western Limited. Pershing May Be Candidate. Chicago. (ieneral John J. Pershing Is now considere a real cnndidi te for the Republican nomination for presi dent, and his candidacy may be for mally launched at any time. Robbed of $20,000 In Gems. Wellington, Kan. Two masked men entered the Jewelry store of K. P. Ros. er Thursday night, covered Mr. Roser with revolvers and escaped with five diamonds, said to be valued at nearly $20,000, Berger Criticised by Congressmen. Washington. Victor Berger, who won re-election to congress at the tkanria ftf MtlwAlltina Knetnllata t. a a vut iw wm roun. W " , severely crltlclned In the house on Sa music, in which bo U one of the kings, urday during consideration of a bill Mcordlng to a dispatch from Moscow. for e deportatlon of allen redg. Montenegrins Fight ths 8erbs. Paris. Fighting by the Montenegrin neonle against the Serbian occupation occurred around Cettlnje betwee De cember 1 and 12, It Is declared In an official communication from the for. elen minister of Montenegro. SIR THOMAS LIPTON Deny They are Bound to Accept Gov ernment's Scheme for Settlement. Washington. Coal operators throughout the United States, through their executive committee, have ex plained their reasons for refusing to participate In the government's plan for settling the bituminous coal strike. Renewing the denials that previous agreements had bound them to nccept the government's plan, the operators asserted that while they were bound by and had agreed to accept strike set tleit ?nt proposals made by Dr. Gnr f lei .1, former fuel administrator. the government proposals as accepted by the miners differ vitally from thus; of the Garfield plan. The Insisleuce of the operators on the stand left open the possibility it was held, that the commission named Saturday by President Wilson and niv en by htm power to fix wages and prices of coal necessity to sustain wages, might be unable to function. CONGRESS TAKES VACATION j Salt I-ake way un have a brnDcl, i distributing office of the Firt t. j tiimul Kxhibilers' moving picture r if. cuit. Jack ChrNtophcrsoii. of 1'ureka. w.-t badly lacerated atuxit the h.ttnl au,j face when he coasted Into a barl. wire fence. Hving into a swimming p.. I at Suli Lake, W. P. Roseerun, ael istr ic'c his head on the cement l-.ttoi : ... . . . .ii.. arm was tailing nouifi. Formation of a nate uMx-iit:i.n or extract manufacturers, under the pices of the I" tall Manufacturers' a. socia lon, has been decided upon. Foil kraut cutting factories hj Ctah tais year produced 5S0 tons or r;.ut. the cabbage being grown on ,' fly -eiht acres. Ijist year the pro duct in this state totaled 2220 tons. Lawrence N. Foreman was ai-ciilen-taliv shot and instantly killed h-ltv cutting Christmas trees in the hi near F.Wnore. The bullet et.tcrcil liis left side, penetrating his heart. Four cents a ton Is a fair cadi val uation for coal In place in an operat ing mine, close to a railroad, when the coal would lease uC 0 cents a ton, in the opinion of the itate board of equalization. C. L. Christeusen of Monticello has been appointed to assist the govern ment and state trappers in instructing the Navajo Indians In southern I'tuL and New Mexico hiev to eradicate pre datory animals. Two gallons of corn whisky, twenty- two pints of whisky, two gallons of brandy and 250 gallons of wine, to gether with a modern still, were taken by the sheriff at gden when he raided the home of Charles Deru. The Utah Valley Gas & Coke com pany Is permitted, under an order of the public utilities commission tiled nit December 10, to increase its rates for gas served to customers In I'mvo, Springvllie and Spanish Fork. ' When Robert P. Marshall, driver uf a milk wagon, was hit over the lieait and knocked unconscious by a foot. pad at Salt Lake, his horses continued on their regular route and finally brought the unconscious man home. Two masked men secured .?2!sr from the home of Mitln Mob sir, an Aus trian, 'employed at the Highland Roy mine, at P.Ingliuin, while he was at work at night. The robbers escaped uud no trace of them has been fnuurt. Five bandits, armed and masked, entered a Chinese store at Salt Lake at night, and after beating Lee Poor, 2'J years of age, over the head with a pistol forced him to open the sale, which they robbed of $1400 and s. watch. A. .. Smoot, of Trovo, is the owner, of a 2-year-old heifer which' has "Just, completed a record, which makes her state champion butter cow for her uge. She gave in one year tilOT.S pounds of milk and 513 pounds of butter. In addition to tho handling of 14ST juvenile cases and 284 adult cases and the work of supervising 000 ju veniles on probation, the juvenile court at Salt Lake has furnished twenty-five children for adoption in the- pa?t year. Fourteen manufacturers' associations In various parts of the country have written the Utah Manufacturers' as sociation that they favor the proposal rf the Utah organization for joint cele bration of Armistice day and Thanks giving day. John K. Wadley, of Pleasant Grove, was killed in a clay bank cavein. He md his brother, Daniel Wadley, wore (Igging tire clay in a tunnel on the aid Wadley estate, for shipment to tlw Garfield smelter, when the roof of tin." tunnel fell. . When a motormnn on a car neur Salt L:ike stuck his head out of the car, he was knocked ' from the car. which ran away and collhb'd with mi other car, running il into a moving freight train, causing the injury uf three people. Tho executive committee of tlie Utah Water Storage association de cided at a meeting held in Salt. I a'e to recommend that for the time bi'iiijr efforts be concent rated on the devel opment of storage facilities in i'1 Weber river. m 1 1 Peace Treaty Will be Taken Up When Lawmakers Reassemble January 5. Washington. Congress closed down f.t.rl., T 1... ...... ...... Oil .....II i January r, for its holiday vacation. 1 T1,at t,Mf 'nry of the men w with the usual travail of adjournment , ropresen ted Utah in the worl.l war ena nesi ne peipeiuaieu oj me cihi.. -- iptll- congestion. Under the holiday urge, more ness was transacted Saturday than often goes through In a month. Left foY action In January, however, were many important measures', Including the German peace treaty. Closing hours of the senate were en livened by two moves toward a com promise on the treaty, but the question of ratification went over. Sir Thomas Lipton, photographed on his arrival in New York to get his Shamrock IV In shape to race for ths America's cup. , , I a suitable building is the present on '"'- . . .. ... . ii. toll or the soldiers memorial tee, appointed by the legislature re Investigate the matter. Live stock cinditions in Uintah county are no the best, accordia- (y mlvices reccUtd at the capitol. He potts say hay Is scarce and costs io $;K per ton, t,hd an attempt is In Ing made to feed corn to sheep, but that is difficult to obtain. Automobile tou-ists' who stop Sl,,t Lake next summer will find suiiahl Anti-Red Bill Passes House. Washington. The immigration com-! mlttee's bill providing for the deporta- 1 .'amplng grounds and other accointa11' tlon of all aliens affiliated with an- da Hons, such as an available water schistic organizations was passed by supply and shower baths, according b the bouse on lieceiuber 20. The vote plans now being considered by t'1 was unanimous. Berger Re-elected to Congress. Milwaukee. Victor Rerger, Social. 1st, was re-elected to coitfress from the Fifth Wisconsin district on Thurs day, having defeated Henry II. Roden stab, Republican, running as a fusion candidate, by 480(1 votes. Celebrated Aviator Killed. Rouen, Prance.- -Captain Sir John Alcock, the flr;t aviator to make a nonstop Airplane illght across the At lantic, died here Thursday afternoon as a result of. Injuries he received when his plane fell Wednesday. Colonel H. W. Hodge Dies. New. York. Colonel Henry Wilson Hodge, former public service commis sioner and director of railways in the American Expeditionary forces, died Sunday of heart disease. He was not ed as a bridge-builder. Utah Automobile association poor Remedy for insomnia. Gerald Why don't you try countiuif ' sheep If you can't sleep? (luraldlne 1 tried It the other aigkt and I counted a black one and then 1 got to thinking of you and 1 couidu't Co on with the count. Twa Killed In Ralluiau o, T..... ... . 1 w ' Us Sort. tins nnuaaiiD'an tn l .1 n v "niu w ueruiieu in.rttv a -in ,-,. iM,.wi amh kpv hHVtJ" three miles east of hers Sunday. The l , "7. " " 1". 'ZT. ' ed up- accident was caused when an axle of T .? one of the coaches broke. 1 J. 1 1 see; a refular sky parlor.'