THE CLIMAX GAPPED VILLA SHOT DOWN TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH S, Strong Arm of the Law QUAKES ROCK CABIN T RESIGNS BY HIS SECRETARY MEXICAN OUTLAW MEETS DEATH AT HANDS OF TRUSTED EMPLOYEE GOVERNOR Death Occurs Almost Immediately; III Feeling Against Insurgent is Cause; Slayer Killed a Few Minutes Later United States Employee, Accused Bribery and Later Reinstated Is Out New Fight Looms COAST CITIES Notes News From All Parts of UTAH s I ANNOUNCES ACCEPT ANCE OF RESIGNATION OF REPRESENTATIVES SAN BERNARDINO SUFFERS MUCH DAMAGE; SHOCKS FELT IN Ogden Argument over the pay. ment of a taxi fare cost Ji. 15. Pyke-ma- n MANY IPLACES 80 years of age, a ?"0 fine To Probe Insane Wards New Tork. Following disclosures here Thursday of the brutal treat, met of pstients In the Brooklyn bos. pttal for the Insane, a movement has been set on foot look In to local and state inquiries into all such Institutions throughout the country. creased Monday when the authoriDock Strike Ended ties revealed that a rail had been The striking dock removed en the Sydney snd Ixmis-bur- g Liverpool. workers here returned to work Thurs. railway shortly before the passday afternoon. The men at Rlrken. age of an express and that a boy head are still out but are expected to had een arrested while Jamming a No delay Is considered swltrh with a piece of Iron at a spot return. likely on the sailing of nearby. The tampering wa dlscov. liners. ered In time to prevent an accident. Wasp Csuses Death Victoria, It. C. A sting of a wasp In the throat of R. R. Vlckers. a carpenter, of Snanhh, near here, caused his death Tuesday. The ap was flew Into a glass as Vlckers about to drink lemonade and went down his throat with the draught. The sting caused the throat to swell and strangled Vlckers. when he was brought into the city Angeles, San Diego, Riversids court. And Long Beach Feel Trem-blordriving cows to Logan. While Many Walls Royal Fisher of Clarkston, pasture Are Cracked turned a corner a little too quickly and his leg, caught between the horse and the post, was broken. San Bernardino, Cat Thousands of Ringham Ground is being broken dollars worth of damage was done by the here at 11:28 o'clock Sunday night for the erection of a clubhouse on the site when the severest Earthquake in the Utah Copper company of the old Shawmut mill. history of the city was recorded. The Hall of Records, a building In the Mt. Pleasant. Deputy Game War. courthouse group, was badly dam- den P. A. Poulson has received a Chinese of twenty-fiv- e aged, tons of rock being torn loose shipment from the walls. phaisants to be placed in the fields The falling debris crashed through here under the protection of the the roof of a rooming house adjoin local game club. ing, critically injuring George R. Moab. Ranger Marion Hunt has a Fisher, 56, who was sleeping at the force of men at work on the south time. Other roomers were thrown division of the La'Sal national forest into a panic and rushed into the This work will constructing trails. street partly clothed. be completed by faH. Plate glass windows in virtually Logan Cache county bas one of every business establishment were shattered. Walls of numerous build- the most 'bounteous crops of small ings and sidewalks were cracked. fruits in Its history. Strawberries, and gooseberTelephone communications were cut raspberries, currants off, adding to the pandemonium. ries are abundant. Street lights were out and a number Logan. The 2 year old son of of wire went down. George Green narrowly escaped death Canvass of the city is being made when he was rescued from an open, by police and deputy sheriffs in the cesspool Into wMch he had fallen. belief that a number of older buildMt. Pleasant Under the auspices ings may have fallen in or partly of the Relief societies of North on residences collapsed. Chimneys Sanpete stake a health clinic will be throughout the city tumbled over. from July IS to Setpem-he- r Pue to the lack of telephone com- conducted 1 for the children of munications meager reports only have been received from outlying dis- age. Richmond For each dollar spent tricts. The shocks were felt in Highland, Rialto, Colton, Patton and for feed the members of the Rich ae far north as the Cajon Pass. It mond Lewiston cow Testing associa is not known what dumage has been tion received a return of $3.22 on their cows during the month of June. done in the smaller towns. Santa Fe railroad officials are makLayton Layton Scout Troop No. 1 ing a check of the system from On- has a scout brass band. tario to Cajon In the belief that a Thirty-fiv- e scouts have signed up for number of their towers may have col- membership. in Cajon lapsed. Forest rangers Bountiful John II. Miller had Pass reported damage done to cabins on the mountainside. Officers have his right shoulder fractured and the left shoulder and his spine Injured as been rushed to the Southern Cali- a result of a twenty-fofall while fornia state hospital at Tatton, where there are several hundred insane In- picking cherries. mates. Ogden. Herman Guy, 16, of Boise. The Palton hospital is an felt Idaho, was rescued in an unconscious old structure and fears were here that it may; have-- been damaged, condition from the Weber river by L Stanford of Wilson lane. severely. Weber county property Ogden. this year is given at ?"S,3G1,204 as Training Camp Is Disbanded Salt Lake. The reserve officers compared with $57,120,045 last year, training camp at Fort Pouglas was nccording to County Clerk and Audiofficially closed Sunday after two tor L. A. Van Dyke. The ofweeks of strenuous work. Tremonton Pamage to the extent ficers were put through a hard course of $,"0) was caused to the cafe owned of instruction In weather unusually by James Cauley by a fire from a hot for Salt Lake nad under condi- defective flue. The roof of the calk The not tions altogether aatisfactory. was destroyed. regular army officers were limited by Ogden. Ogden and South Fork an-- ' army regulations in equipment the number of men with which to canyons may be closed to temporary work out problems of warfare and by campers because of the unsanitary of funds. Vet before conditions left by many, according to a shortage an announcement issued by the state officers reserve the the camp leaving health board here. a unanimous adopted resolutions, by Provo. Lee Owens, is in the coun. vote, declaring that the camp 1ia' been of great benefit to them and tha' ty jail to answer to a charge of havthey return to their homes better ing stolen an automobile belonging to physically and mentally, and better N. A. P.ooke of this city. prepared to serve their country ns Ogden Mrs. John Childs of Clinpatriotic citizens. The reserve offi- ton is suffering from injuries and cers also expressed a keen desire to bruises ns the result of an automobile attend a similar camp next summer accident on the railroad bridge- near and said they would urge other "o- "Death Curve." fficers of the 1 0 1th divisional area to Ringham Engine No. 72 of the do the same. Utah Copper company Jumped the track while on a bridge between Russia Fal's to Meet Test Ringham and Copperfleld, taking a Recognition of the plunge of about sixteen feet to the Washington. Russian soviet government by the ground below. United States can not come while Its Ogden. Prisoners in the city jail leaders continue to evince "a spirit of destruction at home and aboard." will be put to work crushing rock and repairing roads, according to the according to a declaration by Secrerecommendation of Police Chief Cur-ti- s tary Hughes, made public Sunday. I AUInn, which was made tf In nn exrhango. of corresp indmee with Samuel Gompers. president of the city commissioners. Logan. the American Federation nf Labor. County Agricultural In. Mr. Hughes renewed n statement of spector H. I'. Mathews distributed principles wbl h he said was pnldln" five tons of pois"n grasshopper bait In American troveinment policies iwl'r the Amnlga district. According to the regard to Russia, while Mr. CompTs Inspector, the drive against the hopmade direct reference to the r;cen' pers has been successful. public demands from senators snd Coalville. Peter Cano, was senothers who have visited Russia for tenced to die before a firing squad at recognition. the state pHrm In Salt like the murder of June St. Clair of Park Utah Scientist Die City. Salt City. Pr. Orson Howard, Logan. Maxlne, 6 years of age, fill years old. former member of th" daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wat. University of Utah faculty, well son, was severely scalded from her known Utah educator and scientist waist down when she to snd the first eradtta'e from lows remove a pan ci boilingattempted water from cnllftge died Friday. He was a na. a stove. the of Salt t.ake. He had been 111 Logan. The assessed valuation of for several years following a physical breakdown while enraged ns dean of Cache county for 1023 shows a decrease of S?Vir.l under that of 1922, the of art and sciences at the to recapitulation figures. according of Utah. University Woman Lawyer Jailed Los Angeles. Albe Tiernan, an who came here from Illinois, ha been arrested on a charge of Two men arrested grand larceny. for alleged violation of nar-otllaws, complained about her. asorting s said she had a "pull" with the poMc and the United Plates district att-ir- . Bey and cirtd "fit" their rases. One said he gave her Jl.'O for police pm. taction and (he other declared he psfd her $.100 for promised aid from th United States district attorney. Johnson Wins In Minnesota St. Paul. Minn. Minnesota s representation In the Cnlted States senate bas been turned over to the Farmer. Labor party as the result of another the state went political transition through In the special seniforlnl elec. tlon Vondsy. Magnus S Imson of Kimball. Minn., a "real dirt" farmer, gained the roveted post, vacated by tie reent death of Senator Knute Nelson, addltlonnt returns Tuesday fr-the special election swelling fcla plurality. Sues for (15.012,750 Iitils Mo. Asserting that In. Juries he received In an attack made on him by M. C. Martin, Ixmdon capitalist, have seriously Impaired his earning capacity, James C. - Hither, a promoter of New York and Iondon, Thursday filed suit for $15,01 2.750 In Huber declares circuit courts here. that he Is able to esrn only a small salary bow while before the alleged a attack his incoma was $500,008 year. French Psy Tribute Chateau Thierry. France. T'.etesn Uorh S'mday wood, which Ms's'sl called "the cradle of victory." ws. consecrated to the memorr of the Amerirans who died The there. French flag, at Uoch's command, was hunted down to trumpeting by French fingWa and the "Marseillaise" by the marine band frm the U. S. S. Pitts, burgh, and the American flag was run tip to the sfrsln of the "Star Span, jled Panner." of s; Manila The climax in the political war between Governor General Leon. ard Wood and Filipino officials came Tuesday when the cublnet and coun ell of state tendered their resigna tions in a body,. The governor gen eral accepted them. Ray Conley, United States secret service agent over whose reinstate ment by Governor Genral Leonard Wood a political buttle has been raging for the past few days between the governor general on one side and members of his cabinet and legislative leaders on the other resigned. The secret service man originally was charged with bribery, an investi-gataio- n followed, he was cleared and the governor general reinstated him. J. P. Laurl, secretary of the interior, resigned in protest at the executive's action Mayor Ramon Fernandez of Manila followed suit, and official circles were filled with rumors that the entire cabinet Intended to join the walkout, with the exception of Vice Governor Gilmore. Havoc Wrought In Colorado Flood Denver, Colo. Property dumage which cannot be estimated was caused by a succession of cloudbursts in the vicinity of Parker, Colo., late Monday night, causing the flood waters to overflow the Castlewood dam fifty miles south of this city, sending a flood down Cherry Creek, inundating several smaller towns and threat. enlng the entire Cherry Creek valley. Fear that the flood waters, which were pouring over the Castlewood dam would undermine that structure, caused flood warnings to be sent out by telephone and messenger to resia manner that It would not be repeat, dents of Franktown, Parker, Melvin, Sullivan and the lower sections of ed. There are immense stores of mu- Penver. Residents and farmers of nitions and arms at the ranch, where these sections spent the night on the Villa lived the life of a feudal baron. nearby hills. He maintained nn isolated position, Witness In Coal Case Fired Upon having his own artillery and avary Charleston, XV. Va. Three shots companies, and always showing an were fired at W. R. Gray as he sat on to hold to aggressive disposition his property acquired when the peace in his house here late Tuesday, according to the state police. Gray, pact was signed. Chihuahua military officials said who was not hurt, was a witness in Friday that they were not positive the recent injunction proceedings of whether federal forces will be sent to the coal operators against the United the scene Immediately or not, due to Mine Workers and gave important the fact that General Eugenlo Mar. testimony in connection with the tinez, personal friend of Villn, is said armed march against Logan county In to be en route to Canutlllo to quell 1921. the uprising. It was due to the ef. forts of General Martinez that a set- Girl Masquerading Confesses Holdups Chicago Pressed in hoy's clothing tlement was reached with Villn when the rebel chieftain laid down his arms. and confessing, according to the poIn the event troops are needed, they lice, that she had assisted in several IManche Voorhees, 1! was will be sent immediately, however, it hold-uparrested here early .Tuesday in an was stated. automobile. With her was Joseph Warner, 21. Police said they found a In Mine Many Injured loaded in the car. The girl Clinton, Ind. Fourteen persons said shepistol had masqueraded in boy's were injured, some of them probably clothes since she was in. fatally, when a mine cage upon which they were being lowered into the Baldwin to Send Copy shaft of the Vermillion mine, fell to London. Prime minister P.aldwin. 125 a of distance feet, the bottom, In the house of commons All of the men sustained broken legs announced he would communicate that Monday and arms and some of them are In- to the United States for its InforPadK. J. Engineer jured internally. mation the draft of the he was gett collapsed after the accident and preparing to the Germanreply reparation is in a serious condition. note. Mr. Raldwin's statement was made to J. Ramsey Macld.nald, the Valentino Again Has Money leader of the labor opposition, in New Turk. An attachment on thn reply to the latter's question. bank account of Rudolph Valcntlrto. screen star, was vacated Friday by Fire Sweeps Amusement Resort The Supreme Court Justice Ford. . Chester Park, Cin. Cincinnati, writ was obtained by Arthur P. cinnati's largest summer resort Graham, attorney for ValenMno dur. partly destroyed by fire, which early litlgn. Thursday swept the northeast side of ing the Famous Players tfon, who is seeking $4.",0CK) fees he the park and attacked the east side claims are due him. of the shops of the Cincinnati Car company, adjoining the park. Total Pastor, Friend ef Harding Dies damage was estimated at $''".",0 1. Marlon, Ohio. 1 he Rev. Pr. Thorn, as H. McAfee .V, former pastor of Commander of Famous Maine Dies the Trinity P.aptlst church, where New Vork Admiral Charles Pwlght President Harding attended service Slgsbee, who commanded the battlewhen in Marlon, died late Thursday ship Maine, being transferred to the of paralysis. The Rev. Sir. McAfee St. Paul after the Maine was blown few up In Havana harbor. For "extraor. was stricken in July, l'.'l'O. only days before he was to have taken dlnary heroism" displayed three num. part In the ceremonies at wbk-- h Pres. hers In rank. He was retired Jan. Ident Harding was officially notified uary Ifi. 1!K7, after forty-eigyears f his candidacy, and never recovered. In the service. Chihuahua City, Mex. General Francisco (Pancho) Villa, commander of rebel armies In northern Mexico for ten years, was shot and killed Friday morning at 8:S0 o'clock at his big ranch at Canutlllo, Purango, by Miguel Trlllo, his secretary. In the battle which followed Trlllo was killed by men loyal to their slain chieftain. More than a hundred casualties have occurred in the sanguinary fight. ing which followed the shooting of Villa by Trlllo. The latter is said to have become incensed at the former bandit leader and to have fired at hiiia. suddenly, The bullets took fatal effect and Villa died almost Immediately. Trio was fired upon by other men near the scene of the shooting and was killed a few minutes later. Men who had rallied behind Trlllo then engaged the loyal Villa troops and a general battle occurred with, in the ranch. Villa had about 800 men on the ranch and all were train, ed in the handling of firearms, having followed the chieftain in his cam. paigns against the Obregon govern, ment just prior to his surrender and signing of the armistice with Obre. gon. The movement headed by Trlllo Is said to have been the culmination of ill feeling against Villa on the ranch due to delay In paying the men and the failure of crops because of lack of rain. A'illa several times declared that in the event of a rebellion he would put it down with an iron hand and in such s, j s ht e trans-Atlant- Los HARVESTER HUMS VISION D E ADVANCES S OUGH T ON TEXAS T OWN PETITION ALLEGES DISOLUTION TEXAS TOWN AWAITS INVASION DECREE OF 1918 FAILED TO BY FORCES SAID TO NUMDISSOLVE TRUST BER 20,000 New Action Avers Monopoly Has Transients to Be Arrested; Alleged NotRaised Prices to Farmers Mistreatment of Organizer But Has Ended Com- To Be Probed By petition Grand Jury St. Paul, Minn. The United States government, through Attorney General Harry M. Paugherty, Tuesday filed a petition in federal district court here seeking division of the Inter national Harvester company into three separate corporations. The government alleges that the dissolution decree entered against the company in 1918 did not store competition in the farm implement industry; that the company still is a of monopoly and that the number Is shrinking competitive concerns steadily. The dissoluton petition was pre sented by a special representative of the attorney general's office in Wash ington which will handle the case for the government. Federal ccAirt is in session here now and the petition was locked up in a safe until the return of Federal Judge J. F. McGee and United Pis-tric- t Attorney Lafayette French Jr. from Puluth. The filing of the petition brought about a speedy reply from Alexander Legge of Chicago, president of the company. Mr. Legge's statement contended that the company was acquitted of wrongful acts and unfair competition in 191S. Trio Acquitted of Jury Fixing Waukeean, III. A sequel to the trial and acquittal of Fred Lundin in Chicago last week was enacted Wed nesday in the acquittal of Kdwardi Courtney, Edward Kaufman and John H. Fields, charged with fixing the Jury that freed Governor I.en Small on conspiracy charges last year, according to attorneys for the three men. Indicted in April. Fields, who was a member of the jury which acquitted the governor in June. 1922. was charged with having accepted $.'!.") for his Influence as Juror and Kaufman and Courtney were nam' as conspirators who attempted to Influence the verdict by unlawful nvnat. William Riley. Antloch saloon keeper, als indicted, was promised immunity to turn state's evidence and testify against the three during the trial. The indictment against him will be dismissed, state's at torney's said following the verdict. Wyoming Pases Water Bill The Wyoming Cheyenne, Wyo. house of representatives In special session Tuesday passed a bill for Wyoming representation on a water pact commission similar to the Colorado river pact, nhlch commission shall consist of all a'ato interested In the wafers flowing through It Is expected that the Wyoming. senate will pns the bill and that the special session will then adjourn. pro-vldin- Port Arthur, flux of I. XV. XV. Imminent in. crusaders, estimated Tex. to total more than 20,000 Thursday found this city of 22,000 outwardly unconcerned. Announcement by John Shuskle, secretary-treasure- r. New Tork, that the pilgrimage has begun from all over the country, by foot, freight train and by sea, in protection of the rights of three members said to have been spirited away from here and severely beten by unknown parties recently, Thursday found local authorities volunteering little information as to plans for a reception. John Aaron, secretary of the marine trans. port workers' branch, San Francisco, Wrroborated reports of the pilgrim. age. What was plainly outspoken was that arrests will be made of all per. sons without visible means of support In the event of their conviction as vagrants, it is declared possible that they will be assigned to work on road nnd bridge building gangs throughout the county. Alleged mistreatment of John Holland, I. W. W. organizer, which was the beginning of the agitation among the marine transport workers' branch of the organization, will not be taken up officially until August 6. when the grand jury reconvenes. Holland was arrested late in June and detained on a member of the ground that he the Industrial Workers of the World. His attorney sued out a writ of habeas corpus In the district court at P.eanmont and Judge E. A. M Powell released him, with the declaration that membership In that organization under the Texas is not a crime statutes. w-i- s Skywriter Killed In Crash Sacramento. Jack 15. Gregory. 20, of Charlotte, N. C one of the aviators who has been "writing in the sky" at Los Angeles and San Fran, risco recently, was killed late Thursday near Lake Tahoe when his plane, was traveling from in which he Reno, Nev., to San Francisco, fell, nccording to word brought here Friday by Harry Turner, a fellow aviator. Army Flier Again Falla Springs. Wyo. Rattling unflinchingly to the end In his second race against time to span the American continent between dawn and dusk. Lieutenant Russell L. Maughan. aviator, Thursday had lost again before the odds of Insurmountable which brought him down with a leaking oil cooler at Rock Springs, Rock a'-m- Wyo. Sydney Strike Situation Tense Sydney, N. S. The tension In the steel and coal strike ares was In- ic Officers Raid Gamb'lng Cfslnos Fashionable iont P.rsnch, '. J. New Jersey resorts, which received a shock when rslds netting ?.tno.O0 worth of liquor were msd In I wood snd Point Pleasant, got soother when detectives Jolt Wednesday swooped down on five alleged gambling rssinos In Pleasure Itay, West and Wanamiisa. End, Allenhurst Oamhllnsf paraphernalia valued at $."0,000 was confiscated fnd proprietors of tb five, resorts were arrested St. 1- pre-scho- ol ot fr Suitable Wear. The lady said she was looking for n evening sweater. The shopgirl was perplexed. "I don't know. miss, that I ever heard of an evening sweater." "Ob, they must have them. I am Invlti-fto a society prize fjgQt." Louisville Courier-Journal. Husband-I'- m Ont Way Out, afraid that csr Is too expensive. Wife oh. but we ran turn It la again In a year. Judge.