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.THE OGDEN TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1921. MALEXPERTS BEEER SESSIOfl :im M J. R. CROSSING .lUmUitnUU Nipp on Thinks Minimum Navy Suggested Is Not Large Enough S1GGE0 REEDEit GIVES LIKES ZOffiG PLAflS AGAIM STANDARD-EXAMINE- R HIS PLATFORM armit 01 i H ...... N i .oenemoo New Agreement Between Salt Lake Mayor Writes Let- Candidate for School Board Post Against Adding to ter Commending Ogden TJ, !P U. S. and State Has Tax Burden to Be Approved Engineers' Methods , tt . ; YT. H. Tteeder. ir.. candidate for In a communication to President B. New agreement between the Unioh as a member of the Ogden city election of fedof W. Matteaon the the and Ogden chapter Pacific, railroad company to eral and atate governments are to be the American Association of Englof board of education 7,at the election be held December today announcedIn made immediately with regard to the neera. Mayor C. Clarence Neslln viaduct and bridge to be constructed Salt Lake praises tha methods being in. a statement that if successful over the Union. Pacific 'tracks and adopted by the Ogden organization election, he will undertake a thorough AMERICANS ARE FIRM Weber river at Riverdale It was stat- with regard to zoning and city plan study of school conditions and he will endeavor to maintain erncieni scnooi ed today at- -' the. headquarters of the ning. Neslln a letter follows: standards. On the basis of sound econ U. 8. bureau of public roads- - Terms Mayor "I have read with plearura In the omy. of the new pact have een forwarded Deleg ates on Sidelines De- to I am In sym Air. Keeder aald: chief engineer of the Union Pa- press, the account of your recent meet iare Their Belief in Ulti cificthesystem at Omaha for approval ing in which you endorsed Civil Ser pathy with the condition the taxpayer finds hlmaelf In at the present time. Municipal Zoning. after which it will b 'forwardedoffi-to vice and mate Settlement "I am pausing in my worc to con and I am therefore absolutely against the atate and government road upon its adding to any of the burdens of tha cials for final action. gratulateIn your Vorganisatlon two mat people by, tha increase of taxation. action road state of the important these, 29. The Representatives WASHINGTON, Nov. (By I sent! railthe ters. with think economy should ba practiced in Pacific agree Union heartllyv the Associated Press.) The meeting to commission, w ments in eaer school matters and that unnecessary resolution expreasea your commissioners the the! county road, naval experts, day of the "hie five" I add that I. am doing my ut expenses ahould be eliminated and tax and the U. S. bureau of public roads and may see first general conference of the naval that these two principles ea decreased as much as possible. If at the meeting; most to men scheduled for nearly a week, was we're in attendance In the life of Ihla mu elected. I will undertake a thorough which-timout are carried at the recrossings Monday postponed until tomorrow at the were hours. several discussed for nicipality. atudy of school conditions anrd will do quest of one of the delegations. No can I assist work in here. on "If my to be the used The my utmost to encourage and maintain reason pavement, as to for statement the official with its problems In high school standards on the baMs of bridge including the your organization the postponement or the delegation viaduct and the will aound economy." be of cement it Ogden, be free to call on me. two approaches making the request was given. ' ' to Wth the and Wade M." Johnson, president of ttie was city planning regard agreed. There was some indication that the as the outlined new between school by UntlKthe Ogden zoning chap board, who la seeking agreement the .had postponeJapanese sought of En tlon. naid today that any statement he was not capable of the railroads and the other parties In- ter of thetoAmerican Association ment although this be presented at the next would make would be an expression gineers completed the work cannot confirmation in conference circles gen- volved is was v session of the legislature. Mayor Frank of the entire board of education and stated today. erally. It was known, however, in start, it - 00 Francia today said: he desired to confer with the members view of the statement last night, by "It is a source of gratification that before preparing the statemt.nl fpr Vice Admiral Kato, chief naval expert the matter of zoning taken up by the publication. of the Japanese group, that Japan ana referred to a oo city commission still was hopeful a fleet ratio R. T.ewLrt of which rommltt J. would be accepted instead of the chairman Is. receiving wlda spread at American proposal- - Because tention. It will undoubtedly result In of this it was regarded that the comthe eity amending its building ordln mittee of experts might still4face conance. siderable discussion before a report --oo to the conference committee itself was framed. For the American viewpoint DOUBLE CEREMONY hoAx as to American pxnerta and as to e" membership of the American dele UNITES SALT LAKERS gation, it was asserted that no alteration of the ratio would be Go Over Until December 22 acceptable to the United States-Two Salt Lake couples were mar So as Not to. Conflict BRITISH ISSUE DENIAL. OWNERS-COSTried in Ogden last evening at the par The British arms conference delegaWith Other Cases of the First tion through an authorizedspokesman sonage Presbyterian church, 2357 Adams avenue. A double toaay took occasion to state postively again that there was no Intention on' At the request of George II. Hal wedding ceremony was performed by the part of the British government of John Edward Carver The grooms, attorney for the defendants, Rev. (Continued rrvwi Fagc One) bringing up the subject of internation- verson,' S. Welch and Earl J. Welch, broth J. F. and Korb Howard Goddard, al indebtedness at the conference. It Harry n was said the conference was adhering R. Rounds, in the cigaret cases which ers, are Salt Lake mining men anil the Individual testimony. If the of residents former he each to desired it. so the agenda Morgan. petisaid, far as could were to have been tried in the city strictly be observed and the British delegates court this morning before City Judge Mrs. Inez C. Hayes was married to tioner could be called to testify, but had no intention of asking the other would result In much duplication. Roberts the cases were contin J. S. Welch and Mrs. Alleea Whitmoro this The testimony from this point, he delegates to extend the jurisdiction of ued until December 22. became the bride of Earl J. Welch. be largely of a technical would ' the conference.' said, Attorney Halverson explained to the The couples motored from Salt Lake. nature and designed to show unjuat Coincident with the meeting of the committee of naval experts, the ques- court that he was engaged in the die They will make their home t the discrimination against many of the tion of a 60 or, 70 per cent naval ratio trlct court this afternoon on eases Belevedere apartments in Salt Lake. power user. Mr. Stratton emphasized In his testioo- for Japan had become the outstand- that would undoubtedly take the entire mony that, mot of the petitioners ing issue of the conference through afternoon to dispose of and which the definite announcement by Vice Adwet; operators of daylight factories go over until the forenoon ses TESTIFIES AGAINST low load. factors. miral Kato, chief Japanese naval ex- might using court tomorrow. ACCUSED SLAYERS pert, that Japan wants the 70 per cent slon of the imKXXAX KPKAKS. Pleas of not guilty to the charge status. In the first authoritative anIn his testimony Monday James nouncement that Japan sought to re- of having clgarets In their possession Brennan. chairman of th Ogden GREAT BEND. Kan.. Nov. 29. ratio basis of the for sale have been entered by the de place the of commerce committee on chamber AEwsrican navaL .limitation of defense the nroDosal. fendants and they have demanded i by rates, aald In part: E. L. ("Curley") Wallace, former res- power iviRghHFdTtfb per cent status, with Jury trial. "In view the abnormal condition a 70 per cent ratio for her fleet. Vice taurant proprietor, charged Jointly affecting the.of Industries of the state at been also not of have Pleas guilty A. Nixon and Roy Hayes this time, we'feel that the with Dr. W. Admiral Kato declared this was the commission entered to the same charge by the de with the murder of Attorney Arthur should consider this case as minimum necessary for Japan's an emer& a In was Nixon's gency one and grant such relief r resumed today fendants Hemenway Moser, corpo iianta, ity. FIRM ADHERENCE. ration and H. C Hill and H. B. Clark trial. Wallace is a atate witness who may. be Just and in with good ' Against this definite announcement and by the United Cigar stores, a cor declared Nixon told him Hayes shot business Judgment, keepinr stressing wlthput and killed Banta. who was In debt to unduly the theories of rate structure of the Japanese position the American and L. M. Hall. the naval experts still gave every Indica- poration, physician. so forth. I mean by that. 1 am two cases are scheduled for a bonehead 'and I and tion today of firm adherence to the These pulled "Hayes not Into facts of costs, valugoing 2. showed where to place the final shots ation and all the view that 60 per cent for Japan is the trial on December that; that I all right ooso as to make' sure that Banta was in maximum naval strength that could be . the fact remains, gentletheory yet told men, killed," Wallace testified Nixon we are accepted in view of American liabilithat under a trem and . . not him. ties and Interests in the Pacific- . BASIS without PERJURY fart to appreciating Wallace said he first met Dr. Nixon some extent, adversely to that In addition to a final agreement the power on a "booze deal" in 191 1. ACTION BY looked' for todayto' gradually abolish OP same time the at company, bearing ' oo i the system Vf emr&" termoriar rights In mind that you mut give some rePROSECUTION CITIZENS in China, under "which foreign .govlief rto our Industries WILL USE ernments haVe set up their own "courts MUST CtT COHTS. of there, the Far Eastern committee BOAT STREET ' A:t roe- explain what I mean by ' "I ALpNG from One) Pago (Continued the conference' also 'was prepared to that. We In the manufacturing indus take up China's request 'for withtwo tries outside of the fixed rates by of no indication sex, giving hair, on drawal of foreign troops stationed Cal.. Nov. 29, BAKERSFIELD, have got to reduce our commission women's of shell hairpins, specimens her soil without treaty sanction. Dis Permission to use a boat to cross and costs; if the Industries or the utilities cussion of the latter question may hair, phonograph needles, and a white traverse Spruce street, in an outlying are to have rates "their . . going feathen'v residential district waa granted resi- based upon; war costs andfixed bring. 'up .tor the first time the Shanreasona on found said scratches he Hainrieh Manchurian councontroversies. and of that section by the city tung return lo their business on that the door panelint and six of the hair dents . SETTLEMENT LIKELY. . cil on their showing that water was able there should be no objection in to of cost, the hair "correspond six feet deep In the thorough- their doing Standing on the side lines in a more specimens standing what the reat of us manuMtss a for a Kappe. favorable position, The street was washed out in forming of fare. must facturers DOOR FINGERPRINTS OS as to the ultimate out flood some months ago and recent to the cloth. do cutting their coats cool Judgment His testimony was offered to refute heavy law or tne tunerences Detween tne rains filled tha depression. "In other words, gentleman, we will oo American and Japanese naval experts, defense testimony by Miss Kate Bran-nan- .' It this way as an eilmple: The hotel ' chambermaid, that the some of the foreign delegates have the United put islands, by bought Virgin the system that In theory old cost, cleaned." rooms been had "carefully conclusion reached the that nothing She said that the doors had been dust- States in 1917, have a population of licked usplus has proven that the all 13 has really occurred that likely to ed. 26.051. ' the cost the more plus said the you Heinrich put that higher a solution the of fingerprints , prevent oo satisfactory ' we "sure that the utiliAre you and doors get. the print remained 6n the problem. South along the coast .of ties companies. all of them, and not These delegates assert the spirit that did not show evidence of having been northern America, Civile, has the steepest coaat particularly part of'them. but all of . has animated all of the delegations fully dusted over. line. them, maintain their war-tim- enot costs Frank 'McConnell, a San Francisco has been so admirable as to Insure dedenied detective plus anyway. Should they cut as othsergeant mutual concessions and the solution of police their er Industries have to do. fense testimony by Miss Morgan that the issues in a reasonable way. costs?, and the only way to have them he had tried to induce her not to tescut their costs is to reduce their earn tify. He said he had spoken to Miss at ings and they will cut them mighty her JUDGE ROBERTS TO testimony Morgan regarding . . , quick. the request of the district attorney. ' arc many THERE once '. child- less that now are blessed with 'healthy, happy chil-debecause. Lydia I. Pinkham's Vegetable ' Compound restored the mother to a healthy, normal physical condition. . r V n, -- e 7'A -- The following letters give the experience of two young women and prove the value of Lydia E..PinTdiam's Vegetable Compound in such coses.' re-el- ee . CIOARET CASES 7. - "5-5-- 1 3" ARE "5-5-- v. -- ; 10-10-- in:: vn PE RT GIVES E COM! a t aA ' J V j 1 .).'! Fi . i v t 1 vti Ilk Li it back V X1L WI "wns alvmrs tlrpd, mr hea4 &1mrs ached, and ray Chicago, until I could hardly ptand tho pain. I drctorrd for rear?, and the doctor said nothing but an oncratkm wciuld help me. and th'at I cculd not Lavo children. A friend asked me to try II. linkham8 Vegttabli Compound. I took six bottles of it and it helped me wonderfully, and I FACTSO N PLANT ia 3' novr haro a fin baby boy, thanks to what your medicina did for tno in rn health. I can hlgtilr rcwmmcv.d the Compound to all wcsiin TTho aulTcr from female llls.M .Mrs. Wh. Keiss, 301 Willow bu, Chicago, Ul rc-Btor- ing S Tarinctto, WIa. uI vtm In a very nervous oor.dition, vrz, lrrctnilar, and could not have any children. I took doctor's medicine "without guc- - i'A com-mfsslo- D.-R- . . Tbcio letter ahoxJd induce other to try H r tJ P S "5-5-- 3' Cross-examinati- on fedet LYDIA E.P1NKHAM ritDlClUC CO. "LYNN MASS , -- - . - - . . " GO ON VACATION Kleenmilk Wins . Prize at Show OO D. Tt. Roberts, this moring MINING MAN HELD ON Judge was granted a vacation of two Weeks CONFIDENCE CHARGE by the board of city commissioners after he submitted a communication and recommendPHOENIX, Ariz., Ne-j- 29. Acting asking for the leave of Attorney John Governor Ernest R.. Hall of Arixena. ing the appointment C. Davis as judge pro tern during his Monday received a request from Govabsence. ernor Len Small of Illinois, for the The vacation of Judge Roberts will extradition of Abram E. Minium, who begin tomorrow morninj and Attor- now is being held in Globe, Arts., and will occupy the judge's who is wanted in Chicago to answer ney Davis to a charge of operating a confidence ijtch in tomorrow s court session. game, according to the request for extradition." Minium was arrested in Globe, near where he haa extensive mining interests, last October, at the request of Chicago officials, but later was released at the direction of the Chicago . officials. He recently was oo .N OHIO RIVER FLOODS PITTSBURG LOWLAND PITTSBURG. Pa., Nov. 29 The first November flood in mora than 20 years was today sweeping down the Ohio river from the upper reaches of the Monongahela and Alleghany, the result of an almost contlnous railfall for aeveral flays. The flood state, 22 feet at the Point. bridge, was reached before daybreak and a few hours later s of the Ohio was rising a foot an hour. Scores of persons living in 'the lowlands of the north aide were taken from their homes in boats by tha police while rising waters compelled the suspension of operations in a number of mills and factories. Reports from points along the river said the damage would be heavy, but no estimate could ba made untiPtha flood had receded., . oo ; At Portland, Oregon, November 5 to 12 this year, the Western Dairy Products 'r Show made ,tntlk tests from practically - every western state. All milk users will be elated - say this, all my "Again lfe I have been more or less affiliated with labor. I might be what Is called In early days, a card man. And it me very much at thla time that grieves we now (where we thourht we could get to help labo), have got to a point where on account of conditions we are mm. . wkerrrer you entertain - icrte -- Coffee. Oaereryoo casicm it cxpre es' taking J Laxativo three-fourth- r JrL SJWs f94Vn . IS Mon-ongahe- la 1 tablets which destroy germs, act as a tonic laxative, and keep the system in condition to throw off attacks of Colds, Grip and Be sure you get The genuine bears this signature . GERMAN LEANINGS ' OF MAYOR DENIED '- -. Anxious mothers who particularly care for their health should by all means insist, upon using Kleenmilk and you will always get a milk of uniform quality. Mayor Thompson did not classify Chicago as "the th German city in the world," his attorney, D. H. Jackson, declared before Circuit Judge Brothers in argument on demurrer in the mayor's $500,000 libel auit against the Qiicago Tribune. Tha classification Quoted had been attributed to the mayor In newspaper interviews concerning the mayor's declination to Invite Marshal Joffre, of France, to thla city, a courtesy which the mayor explained he had left to the j . city council to.exend. .; "Did he ask the council to invite him?" Judge Brothers asked. the eaeenee of ho-pUallt- y. tI 7? -- -- -- 1 far-the- -- , ., 1 .y V v re 1 . s. rnanu-facturer- a- rom cattle KEW TORK. Nov. It. boy to city sol on and newspaper publisher traveling altogether "on his own" thla epttomUe the career of John W. Harris, tha only negro member-elect of the New York board of aldermen, which will be seated Janu- R -- Mill in p v . U . ary 1. In Born Topeka, Kaniaa, and reared in the raddle, on a large cattle ranch. Harris easily felt the urge, for higher circumstance of bethings. The little not broke did prevent him from ing his way. Upcoming east. on his arrival he also found ways and means of working his way through Harvard university, beinr graduated in 1907 'and attending Harvard Uw school for two years. Encoursged by tha managing- editor of a Boston newspaper for which he had written special article. Harris determined to abandon the Uw forf Journalism, and at tha InstigationNew Booker T. Washington. rm to York to start a newspaper for his own race. He founded and now is editor . a and owner of the New York to colored larg-confined peo paper ple, but covering tha lcxa.1 nia. Two yesra aco he determined t. seek office sa alderman from th HarHe was elected and lem "black belt-- " f his com his work for the Interest at the munity earned him lis-work-ed There " much td choose between the? thre vromen.' If U a weight, there is Jolly Mamie, 750 pounds. Iri:icAss "Wee Wtv it 'Js and that i seven years. more thau &h! is inches tall. Miss Clcvc will b( a big girl when she Rrows up, though Gill, the Texan Li she only seven feet, nin inches tall now. They ere circtw rl, i The pleasure of drinking one cup of HILLS BROS. "RED CAKCOFFEE greater than could be supplied by many cups of ordinary co (Tee. is - Phone. 1236 KLEENMILK DAIRY SMITH BROS.. Props. 633 Thirty. first St., Ogdtn Ne-wa- tAJ U H H ! - c ) "0 ths - ' r ximv&Tsnl drink - or-- NEGRO BOY RISES BY F0R0E OF WILL joorr come .tjlaxc rxmucrrf comuxttzx. chll-dren- s' CHICAGO, Nov. 29 ' Price 30c This Is a, higher per centare of cleanliness and , purity than the government requires by Jar. It has proved that Kleenmilk Is as nearly perfect In., cleanliness, butter fats, and. purity, as milk Is possible to become. ' ... . FATTEST, TALLEST AND SMALLEST or Our manufacturer" In this atate ara that they are opermt-ln- r firmly convinced under a greater handicap than those of almost any other state, not all of them but nearly kU of them. Tht expansion and growth cf manufacturers in this state, therefore, depend on the ability of the shippers to produce and ship to outsld market!. And when that la made ponslble wo will have a. wonderful country." - Whenever and to know that 'Kleenmllk received a diploma for passing the SS per. cent mark of purity which few other Utah dairies approached. -- Fortify the tystem against Colds, Grip and Influenza by ctt. HEonnTs LnoR to forced to cut the fl!ow that we fwl rrltndly to. "We ha tot the farmer cut down aa urJy far aa w can cut him. On account of fUed rates, whether It ba In flxlnr railroad rates. rate for pow er, niffiier taxation, hlfner compena tlon. hisher Insurance, hlrher this and ovtrhead. we higher that In all mutt now aav to tha laborer, 'Ton are tha only, fellow we can reach.' We cannot touch any of ths other over-hea- d ara done by law or coat. commission. thy "Tha Utah Industries should not be compelled to carry a power burden out of Una with competitive territory. The manufacturer of thla stato operates normally under a greater handicap than thos of almoit any other state for tho reason that they are removed from the larger centers of population and consumption mar-KetTh consumption field is exto tremely limited and Is not aufflcient enteraupport large manufacturing prises. The expansion and growth of msnufacturinir In th state, therefore,depends upon the ability of the proHnrer In shin their OutDCt tO OUtSlde markets, which InTOlvea a heavier! of freight burden thanh manufacturers meet. to' other any locality Moreover many of our Industries are compelled to import their raw materials and so mutt pay Incomlnc prodfreight charges on the finished uct. Thtf competitive feature hss been recognized by th!s commllon in the instance of the flour mllt. and we feel that the rule applied in that line should be extended to alt "Utah Industries should not ba com or pelled to carry a powerof burden, line with any other burden out competitive territory. -"Look at Utah look at her resources. Why ara we not manumen facturer? Only because the coalmanutell you It is too high for the facturers here, whera th power costs too much and everything else ron rr ii r trips letlrp r 'P.