THE UTAH NEWS REVIEW BRITISH Utah factories produced $500,000 worth of uacaronl and Similar products during the year 1020. TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. UTAH S, Their Tree REQUESTS dpBJi?- HEETNG PLENARY BIOS GOOD BYE Ogden Chamber of Commerce on nounces that details for the building ot an engraving plant in Ogden will prob- BRITISH DELEGATION HAS FORM-ERLASKED THAT A PLENARY ably be completed shortly. SESSION BE HELD IN WASH. II. C. Means, state road engineer, announces that the aim of the State Conference Naval Limitation Success road commission Is to have more than Hangs On French Disposition to J2,000,000 worth of roud work under Modify Their Former contract by March 1st. - n SM$Bm TO FEDEHAL JAIL DECS AND PARTY WASHINGTON CEIVING j Proposal -- fc. ,k.( h ?25 Washington Upon how far the line for speeding, Clarence Dansle, 22 years of age, of Salt Lake was com- French delegates were disposed to mod- five-pow- VETERAN EDITOR'S CAREER IS ENDED HUGHES OPINION cer-tuiut- . Reoointnedatlous for the fedora highway system of Utah were deter mined by the state road co:iim:s-o- n. after several weeks of study, the corn "! mission lias decided to recommend mi east highway thoriigh Utah from the Wyoming line, near Evans! on, to Nevrdii l'ne nt Wendover, t'ta'i ; and n nnrth-nnsouth highway from the Utah Halm line, near Franklin, to line southwest of K: the George, ns the state's primary system und-wrst d Utah-Arizon- a Earn Less Than Year A;o New York- - The average weekly rnrt'Inrs of workers In New York state note about 1.1 per cent lower In November of this year than in the same month last year, according to a statement i;siiod by Industrial Comm'ss nner Henry 1. Siiyor of the stn'e department of ln!"i The in November from October was 21 rente, con'Inuing the d .award trend which has been not'i evbh- - for Fever: months. The KJ'S re; o 'is from -- i li.ar-.tit; indicate that :o iiver-r.L- 'e earnings n? the workers rely for Nove;.i!-,ewere S2 (..".'. f Utah lias established n new natiov.a' record In the farm bureau movement This has been accomplished, by the or gaiilzatHn and operation of member ships campaigns In six counties at tlir ame time. In n letter from Charles E. Gunnels. It Is polr.ted out that heretofore no s'.nto bus found It pol Me to conduct more than f uir eour.tj campaigns at one time and in most instances the work Is confined to a s'tt"! county. Tb's has been mniio pcs'bh liy the caliber of fanners found Ir Utah who ire capable of r'r.liig it team leaders in the solicitation w' and In nMng as speakers nt 'Ninpa'-Meetings It has been announced that . Cyi WrreVs ChVygi A ga cp'osVi! rv Kun-,- 1 h:in:-a- r the ti'r rt of Chicago subirb, Kl e Vf I'liirnro New Y.uk air t''a'ie wer burned. The lops e j't to attache of reed S.Mo, tbe flfld. None of the ei::fiIoyp- - wis In'ured. Iiiirin r tl.e winter :.ioi (1 g n'r mall rpr-rtis operated on the .y (ipv'rovcd York.'lil-ii"- roife ot lv betv-pe- f'hi-rn'.- -o and Cle'el nd. Foor p'a'ies - n newly enwte I Iririi-e- were nnfTamn;-o- l nnd the n'r mail fcrvice will not be (eriou.dy hfndicap)el. rnyri on Nebraska Plani Ci Tax rlttzens have obtained options rif-Lincoln, Neb. Governor McKeh le than SiO nrrea of Jnn.l nt Incdn Tench, which It !s proposed to fur" nnnonncrd Monday be would call n over to the steel promoters fit coat, special session of the NelirnKkn legls-lutur- e nliout the middle of February. which will be dec'dely low as muib of this and rorth little or noth'ng a n? Th" express purpose f the extra will be to secure enactment of n cultural land. limiting the furnace t Uncoln IVnch would brim.' them law tax'n gaiollno 1 cent a gal'on, ns Hearer to I'roro than to I'a;. son. All i'x other states have done. The that would be necessary to do thi oliite tax I? to tr.V( the pbi'e of the would reclrlm thousands of acre of road tux. htih now makes up 20 p.--r Imd I now under water. cent of ti,e Nebraska tux dollsr. n PRESIDENT HARDING FAILS TO COL. HENRY WATT ER SON, WELL AGREE WITH SECRETARY OF KNOW JOURNALIST PASSES TO STATE ON VITAL MATTERS GREAT BEYOND President Will Not Let Difference Interfere With Ratification; British Delegation Cancel Sailing of Lungs Brings Death to "Marse Henry" at Florida Data Hotel Washington The British delegation it Wednesday canceled reservations had made on a steamer sailing from New York on December 31. It was stated members of the delegation think there is little chance of their being able to leavoi before the middle of January. Ratification of the became seriously endangered Wednesday with official disclosure of the fact that President liar-dinis at odds with Secretary Hughes and other armament delegates over the meaning of the pact. Hughes and other conference delegates have agreed that the treaty includes Japan proper in the territory which the four signatories agree to safeguard. Harding flatly disagreed with this view, hold'ng that only island possessions of the fiowers are meant. I5ut he announced officially that he is willing to let the Hughes construction stand for offic'al purposes. Furthermore, ha announced he will not permit his difference with Hughes over the meaning of the treaty to embarrass the conference or ratification In the senate. Indications at the White House, however, are that Harding will refrain from any active enm-p- i to force the treaty through the senate. Washington treaty four-powe- r g .Tacksonv He, Ma Henry Wa'.lerson one of the country's b.st known journalists and former owner and pub- lisher of the Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journa- l, died at a local hotel at 6:15 Thursday morning. Colonel Watterson's death was unexpected, though It had been known for some days that he was ill. The veteran publisher had been here about six weeks, as was his custom on his annual trips to Florila. He has for years been spemVng his winters largely at Ft. Myers and It was his intention to go to I hat place when his condition Improved sufficiently to make the trip. His wife, son and daughter were at his beds'de when he died. Colonel Watterson's death was due to heart failure, superinduced by congestion of the lungs, according to physicians. He was conscious for n few minutes at intervals and thirty minutes before his death called his wife info the room and conversed with her. After a few worls with Mrs. Watterson, the son and dunghter were summoned. Mem bers of the family said his death was penceful, Colonel Watterson having lapsed Into unconsciousness again a few minutes before he passed away. Colonel Watterson left Louisville three weeks ago for h's annual pilgrimage to the South, where for years he had spent the winter. Apparenty he was In his usunl health, which, however, for several years had not been NEW CABINET HEAD IS CHOSEN good. Shl-Y- I Succeeds Chin Yun-Pen- p As Premier of Chinese Gov. Liang I'ekit I.lang News of h's death was received with many evidences of erief In Ixuilsville, where for more than fifty years he Imd been a notable ficire. Apparently he faced v. Mi ciil;:in. s the end of his span of life. Once, before undergoing an operation, lie sail to the managing ed'tor of the Courier Jourmtl : "I t in prepared at any time to t;rv life to :!, who gnve Ir Wo tio not know about these th'ugs in! I fu.'e the oiitc.n ie with serenity, whatever it may be.' kilo con-- a'fv'iig from n pre. I nn Illness, Mr. V.'a't rsuti cm tented to rem! some advame obituaries of himself an wro'e th s: "I am getting n foretaste of my own funeral :d! !lag up In t! e giiir, r.s it were, and nad'tig the i.Viuar'cs and vrlnn!n at ih I but very cheerful r.nd grnK'f.il. Ir Ii 'kind o' nice heaps b...(.r tinin being saddled with motives anl ealie I names." Sh'-Y- I ha been named premier of the Chinese cabinet to succeed Chin Yun-l'enwho, with nil hi5 The ministers, resigned on Sunday. fall of the cabinet followed the arrival here of General Chang Ts io I.ln governor of Manchuria, wh i is :,o.v en Migcd In fcrm'ng n coalition g.iem meat in which all the rea.-- t binary p are part It Is charged was gi'i:y of jo that Chin Yun-IVi- g culufons i;nd 11. e s::!e of office. The ne.v premier is credited with hav'ng insp'red tin ntteiv.pt by Yuan Sh1 Kal to create himself emperor In V.ll". Among Iho'e In (l.nerrd '!;' ng'.s following are Wang Chang Vnin, former military wnd of iliipch Chang Chin Yao, who wa governor of H'tnan po I'ti-- e nt the tir.ie of the Jr.ituder of Ucv. W. A. Hfiinert, an American m'ssiomiry, in June, If' '.'. The American legation demanded that cf Dir gibl: Narn.d j he be held responx'ble f r the crime. in The lio ,i , Was';lngt ' ipfen of The Ifg.it'on Is sai l to be preparing a America's dirigible 11. et, arrived here j protest ,v:e'nst bis pivscn e in iVKin :;fei.v Wedn sday l.angley field at the prc- - tit fine. Va , to I e lips'"!,!-!- . The hi:: crn't irn hd al 15 ;i i .g leld at Pl:."o o'cb.ck Deciior Crming Sonn v ns clir! ti IVitros 1y Mi--Wflxl i;it-- t n A f 'mil iloelsioii on i!io '' ainwr giit, dni.'iir of the assistant offer of Ford f"r the govcrn- - "ccret.iry of v nr. meet nitrate jnd povi er plant at Muscle j Sh ai, Ala., w ill lie niiule shortly, 1' Chief Ret'jrr.cj to O.'fics was Indicated Monday nt the wnr Dps Mo lies, I i. J'oscoe Saunders Sli ii tly after noon Monday eb'ef of police Wcdncs lay removed 'rom office by the city council, wcb Si crelaiy r f V 'l.r Weeks wet.t In'O with W. 15. Msyo and .1. W. reinstated. The aciion of the council In iln;r action of WedVi'orlh'nff'oti, I'ord en;i:icer : Sern--tarof Copin.cce Ilxiver and Mtjor nesday followed protests of Im Moines ebb f r f armv 't'Jten v. ho branded (he removal (Jetiernl l,- iiln' in "unfair and part of a lorngim crs, and Ilrlgadier flenrrnl Taylor, assistant ihl"f rf nriny engineers cal jxditicnl plot. pitr-mii- .r-ti- SUBMARINE TANGLE IN SNAG; FOREIGN PARTICIPANTS IN DOUBTFUL ATTITUDE CZP RT FOh AFTER RE- PARDON China and Far East Problems to Fc low Naval Limitations Agreement; Session May End This Week Atlanta, Ga. Eugene V. Debs several times Socialist candidate for president, was released from Atlanta penitentiary nt 11 :i!0 o'clock Sunday morning, tha balance of bis ten year sentence fcr violation cf the espionage act having been commuted by President Harding. Debs left an hour later for Washington, l.i j release having been conditioned, he said on his reporting to Attorney General Daitgberty. He refused to issue a statement or to comment In any way on his case, lie reached Washington about 7:30 a. in. Monday An ovation was given Debs as he emerged from the prison. The roar from the crowd was echoed ' plainly from within the walls as Uie many friends he had made shouted a good-- , by. Debs paused and waved his hat to a group within the prison befoi-entering' an automobile to go to the station. Friends of Debs said he planned to go to his home In Terre Haute, Ind. when his business Washington was concluded. Debs was accompanied to Washington toy h's brother Theodore who had been In Atlanta for several days; Miss Lucy Kobbins of the American Federation of Labor, Miss Celia Hotter, a member of the Debs freedom conference, and newspaper men. For forty-e'gbourn friends of Dobs had kept a watch over the prison expecting his release despite reports from Washington that his commutation of sentence did not become effective until After midnight Saturday. Warden Dyche and Debs had breakfast in the warden's residence, and Debs later retained to the institution. Just tiefore Dobs was formally released, the warden Issued orders permitting newpaper men to enter the prison, where they were shown the dining-roonnd kitchens and the Christmas dinner being spread for the 2.''K) Inmrtes. They entered the warden's private office and greeted Debs before be left. At the railroad station Debs decided that the party would ride In a day coach and would donate the Pullman fare to the Russian relief fund. "I left 2300 men back there and they all should be given their liberty," he said. "They are all my friends." He also declared he would work for the release of what he characterized as political prisoners. Dobs was convicted in September, 1013, for obstructing the draft and was sentenced to ten years. His friends carried the fight to the United States supreme court, which, in March 1910, upheld his conviction, and he wns taken to the Moundsville, W. Vn., penitent' ary. A few months later he was transferred to the Atlanta prison. Li:t-- spring be went to Washington without lor a conference with Attorney Ceneral Daugberty, in connection with efforts to obtain his release. Dobs was frequently praised as a model prisoner. Warden Dyche and former Warden Zcrbst both reiVrreJ to him "as i infiiii-wfor good" in tl e prison. Confidence Washington that th agreement on the reduction nnd limitation of naval armaments could be completed this week and sealed at a plenary session of tha international con. ferenee, was expressed by members of the American delegation Sunday. The American delegates nre also confident this agreement will lndnda a limitation of submarine tonnage, which may represent a compromise between the 00KIO tons' proposed by Secretary of State Hughes for Great liritain and the United States and the 90,000 tons of the original Hughes plan with proportionate allowances for France, Italy una .japan. Such confidence is not 'shared by members of other delegations, notably the British, who regard the submarine controversy as n tangle which will not be easily straightened out. Some of the British representatives are extremely pessimistic, inclining to the belief that no settlement Is possible nnd that the conference will find It necessary to leave submarines out of the limitation agreement, with, each nation permitted to bu'ld as many as it may deem adequate for defense. French delegates said they would not be ready to state their position on the latest Hughes proposal until after hearing from Paris, probably Monday. Mr. Huges proposes that France be to maintain her present strength , of approximately 31,. .... I. Tl. il tt u'us. v ' reiien pronounce in.s j unsatisfactory. Insisting a maximum approximating 100,000 tons is necessary for the protection of Fram e and her colon'es. , The Japanese also are far from satisfied with the ,'U 000 tons nllowfinee of the Hughes proposal.' They want the 51.000 tons maximum of the or!-- " ginal Hughes plan and will join hands with France in fighting the new proposition, which is supported by Great Britain unconditionally and by Italy "in principle." When the naval limitation agreement coiiipieie'i uie conference will re sume consideration of the problems affecting China and the far east. Events In China connected with the institution of the dictatorship of General Chung Tso I.In, the super-Tuchu- n and Inspector general of the three provinces of Manchuria, and the resignation of the Peking cnb'net are regarded In conference quarters ns a vindication of the position taken by the powers when they adopted the Hoot princ'ples as a chart for their future attitude toward China. . When the conference adopted the Boot declaration of principles It was with the Idea of doing someth'ng definite toward reimivnl of fori i :n restriction on Chinese sovereignty, Independence and her national administrative autonomy. But the representatives of the ( ight nations other than China participating in the conference Iinve come to the conclusion that China it not yet concessions bv the ready to powers amount Ing to quick nnd application of the Boot p:i e Heart Failure Caused by Congestion , 0'-:cen fr-.n- rd s IS BELIEF Will ??e't:kVi DISAGREES WITH NEAR Work for Reieare of Prisonera Vho, h'e Says, Are Entitled to Their Liberty; Ovafon is Given as He -- eaves After he had refused to pay a construction mitted to the county pail to serve the ify their orlgulal ten-shi- p sentence out at the rate of one day for proposal at the postponed meeting of the naval committee appeared to hang each dollar. the hopes of the anus conference for Salt Lake school system will tie an early and successful culmination of subjected to a completed survey after the negotiations to reach a January 1 to determine if any reduc- naval limitation agreement. tions can be made in expenditures withAccording to the official spokesman out lowering the present educational of the French delegation, it was arstandards, II. A. Smith, president of ranged ot a late conversation Monday the board of education, announced. between Secretary Hughes and M. barruat that the head of that delega- A soldiers' bonus measure now beinj. tion should present to the committee carefully groomed will be brought be- the "modified point of view of the fore Congress In the nuar future and French government." some sort or relief measure for re Construing the communication from turned soldiers is considered a Premier Briund as conveying only the though it Is said the majority In broal Instruction to meet the American Congress are at heart opposed to the view aa far as possible without sacriprinciple Involved. ficing French national interests, the French group went into the committee Hog cholera has prevailed In six session apparently retaining full aucounties In the state, according to a re- thority to press in its original form or port of Dr. W. A. Stephensen, made t modify their 350,000-to- n ratio proposal. the state commissioner of agriculture The counties In which the disease hai AGRARIAN LOANS $85,000,000 prevailed are Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Weber, Tooele and Millard and In tlu First Annual Report Submitted by War Finance Corporation counties named 1063 hogs have been vaccinated on twenty-eigh- t different Washington The War Finance corfarms. poration is doing business at the rate of several million dollars a day, acA stflte-wld- e association for the two cord to the annual report of that orfold and aggressive purpose of fir ganization submitted Thursday to conproviding highways and facilities, nnrt gress. Up to November 30, the date of the secondly of telling the world about the scenic marvels of southern Utah, report, the corporation said, Its adat o meeting of prominent vances for agricultural and livestock Utahns devoted to the cause of purposes totaled more than SSa.OOO.CCH, called by Stephen T of which the principal items were loans on cotton aggregating $22,000,0 K, Mather, director of national parks. on grain ?1G,000,000 ; livestock, ?1.V There Is not history of Utah that h 000,000 ; general agricultural puri oses, teachable for children, but Hint there $34,000,000. In addition financing advances were Is need of one is beyond question, on that will go into the Industries and reported aggregating $51,500,000 on exof tlie state and Which will ports, of which the largest items were give the tfilldryi the information tha: $28,000,000 on cotton and $ll,5',t0,000 on This 6tate:nenl grain. they should have." was made by a prominent school offiSummarizing its loans, the corporacial when asked what history of Utah tion showed that $52,000,000 had been was being taught in the public schools advanced to cooperative associations, of the state. $7,000,000 to banking and financial Institutions anl $9,00,000 to exportsers The willing cooperallon of Secretary covering both agricultural nad export of the Interior Fall In the development advances. Entirely aside from the diof Utflh parks and highways was as rect financial aid extended, the corporsured by Stephen T. Mather, director ation asserted It was rendering a helpof national parks, to a gathering of ful service from the psychological Utah business men and state, officials point of view. who are seeking to establish method Passe Upon Report by which Utah's scenic benutics and Washington Reports of the finanwealth resources may be more easily reached and more thorir.gl.ly enjoyed cial condition of the Phtllip'nes, submitted to Secretary Weeks by Goverby American citizens. nor General Wood and understood to Support of the Salt I.ake Commercial include a recommendation for an loan to the island government club In Its efforts to have the Ulntnh bastn Included In Utah's share of the by the United Stntts will be referred primary roads to be Improved (lirougi. by the secretary to Governor Hardin.,' the aid of the national government U of the federal reserve hoard, It was naked in n telegram received a feu announced Thiirslay, for expert study days ago from the Vernal Commercial end investigation by the board. He club. Copies of the message nre to be assumed that if the board decided u sent from the Salt Lake club to Gover- new loan should be made, the administration would support such a req'i'st nor Ma bey and the state road commisbefore centres . sioner. CONFERENCE END ht es-o- sub-mnr'- . 1 . a-- School District to Have Vatar The Dietrich Shoi.ii. Idaho school district Is advertising an elic-t'o- ll to be held soon for the purpose if voti.ig on a propos'tlon to issut bi nds wl:!i which to buy a water system. Tin' system in question wn" prov'ded several years ago by th" founder of the tonn. Iteccn'ly the state utilities c inn: ; Ion granted the owners permission to discontinue Its ot'Ciat'oii. The venire, if discer.tin of the town nod, will leave res'd-n'w.tle.ut a water fiipply, and vever.ii farmers vi o bauie l wa'er from the astern w'li likewise be vi bout water. The system con''sts of a deep well, a pun i ru piatif, tank ami ni.ii.is. Til? declared attitude of the plonl-- t in the conference has been 'o remove limitations upon f'binn's administrative freedom nnd independence, of union .lust ns so n as that can be done w'tlioiit f'r the fundamental principles of surety for fori i:m lives and property In China, and when China Is herself ready to afford such guarantees. The case w'th which General Chang Tso I.'n of Manchuria, jf er h's arrival In, Pekbu' en December 11, was nb'e to effect the removal of the Chines" cabinet and tike char-- e of iho it wa i merely another i'f the po er of tie' s in Ch'n i nnd rv!iVir of tho fa t that the real po vers j i the Ch'-:e-- e rrpu'dle a- - the Tit 'li'ins, o" l'i"l-!- . ry g v mors, of the varioi s provin- itenf ar'es d's;-e.-ar- itnr-Tuchiili- -. ces. H'-nr- ( y I'.e-tc- recon-.iderli.- es Carrlllo Eiectad Governor Meridn, Yucatan Felipe Carrlllo, leader of the radical movement In this state, has been elected governor by an overwhelming mnjoiity. H'g election on the SWiiil'st ticket was so assured that the Partidn liberal ronstltutlonii-llstparty, tl.e dominate rt"oii In Mexico, deelinel to nominate a candidate. For the past txo years Carrlllo hat attributed the dom'nated tl state of Yucatan and which he declared false, to r medic"! has rpresct id il as deputy In the naorgmlzatlon. tional congr M. Court Directs Investigaf oi flilinuo Judge I'h'lllp Sullivan Wednps lay onlored on Investigat'on of charges tlint the r'ty contagioii n."f hospital physician and are using children pnllen's for rxperl mental work In cl n',c. The order followed comp'aint.s Hint children, taken to the hospital for contagious li nrs. were kept as 'ns n four . Jiidgf John Pill lto!,erton, city health coi r.-r- rhart. a Aims D'ow at Idleness Wsli'Hi'tn The Initial legislative program of b ug range a means of cynical periods of btis'ncst was taken depres-hsnd labor comTh'rs'biy, when the mitter- favo; ably reportisl tin the Ken-yob'll designed to carry out some of the re oniniriidatlons of the nvent national unemployment conference. tfep to curd ft piann'iutof public works as o'f-rttl- l m n Solomon's Wisdom Influence Verdlot Des Molnet, la. Citing the declaim of K'ng Solomon, ns denuded In chap ter three, first book of Kings, District Judge James C. Hume here Saturday ruled that a mother hns first claim up nn her own children, and Mr. ami Mrs Charles Ieiske of Sheldon, In., nre en. titled to know the whereabouts ot their thrre lioys, adopted from the home. The l,o:ne nu Ioa thorlf.es hd refused to tell the whereabout of the children. Steel Cut la Announced Xa.v Yor'; "uis In prices of wire i o.ls, piicn wire and wire nails were announced Thursday by the Ami rienn Steel and Wire company, a I'nited States Stiel Miiis'd'ury. The new die p.iie carries w ire rods to $:S from $10 a gross ton; plain wire to (5 ) and per hundred jMiunds from f2.i wire nails to against n former per hundred pounds. price of f jll Spreading Fta l Caute Wreck Montgomery City, Mo. Thirteen persons. Including seven mail clerks, were Injured and n score of passrti. rasiboiiud Wnbnsh passenger train, Kansas City to St. Ixuils, wa derailed by a broken rail two mile west of The eng'tie and nine here Sunday. roaches, Including the iini'l and ex. press cars, were ditched. The engineer and fireman Jumped Just before ttie engine vent Into the ditch and rei lived Bxlnor injuries.