TIIE AVENGED BY GUNS SET FIRED SCHOOL COMMANDER OF BRITISH WARSHIP TRAINS GUNS ON CITY FORMER INMATE OF HOPE DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL CON. FESSES CRIME TO COMPELL ATTENTION ' Two Chinese Junkmen Executed In Public for Murder of Man Em. ployed by English Concern The commapder - of split-secon- Pershing Guest of Royality General John J. Pershing was accorded the signal honor here of being the guest of King George and Queen Mary along with King Chris, thin and Queen Alexanderina of Denmark, in the royal bos at the Inter, national Horse show. American Ambassador Kellogg and Colonel Kenyon A. Joy cp. United States military attache, also were attached to the party surrounding the royal box. Railway Asks Increased Fare A petition asking that Ogden, fares on all lines in the city of Ogden may be increased from five to seven cents was prepared this week by the Utah Rapid Transit company of this city for filing with the state public utilities commission at Salt Lake City. Three fares for twenty cents and 40 students fares for $1.40 instead of $1 would be given in the event the petition is granted. Purser Prevents Panic on Liner Panama, All the passengers and some of the crew of the stranded Pacific Mail liner Columbia have ar. rived at Balboa on the transport t'haumont. The Columbia ran aground on an Island off the west coast of Cosla Rica en route from San Francisco to New York. The ship was making twelve knots during un unrainstorm when she usually heavy The struck. were foxtrotting and say that the quick action of the purser. Air. F.urnett, in order, lng the orchestra to continue playing, probably averted a panic. Company Exonerated Washington, Secretary Weeks announced that investigation of com plaints against Lyon, Hill & Co., whp purchased the Spruce Production corporation railroad No. 1 in Clallam county, Washington, in 1922, had disclosed there were no grounds for charges that the purchase contract was being violated. Missing Letters Found In Sewer St. Louis, Mo. Forty-fou- r letters, some of them containing checks on out of town banks, believed by e inspectors to have been part of the $2,000,000 loot obtained June 12 last in the holdup of the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad near Chicago, were found in a sewer on the north side of the city. post-offic- Rhode Island Senators In Hiding Twenty-onTliilland, Mass., lie. publican members of the liliode fled from Khode senate, who Island fifter a gas attack in the week were found senate chamber registered at hotel here surrounded Spokesmen for the sen. a quorum of constitute declared the senator." the senate would not "eturn to Ithode Inland tin. til they received guarantew of protection from violence. by guards. stors who n RAVE THIRD TICKET CUTSIDE POLITICAL SITUATION TWO MAJOR PARTIES BE. COMES CONFUSING Socialists Want La Follette to Lead But a New Third Party, Not If He Runs Independently the by threat- iXin lat FARMER LABOR TO Declares She Started the Fire Be cause She Was Not Treated Right; Believed Mental, ly Weak Los Angeles, Cal., Josephine Barinmate of the tholomew, Hope Development school, which ening to bombard city of Wanshien burned the night of May 31, causing compelled the Chinese authorities to the death of twenty-thre- e children honor Edwin G. Hawley an American and one woman has confessed that killed by junkmen, and to execute by she Btarted the fire. Bhooting in public two officials of Her confession came after other the junkmen's guild. children rescued from the building Officials of Wanshien have prom- recalled that Josephine had been ised to take all steps to see that fordownstairs shortly before the flames eigners are not molested hereafter. were discovered. Weeping, the girl to the district attorHawley, whose home was formerly in was brought New Jersey, had been in China for ney's office by W. H. Prescott, head fifteen years employed by a British of the juvenile department. "I set the fire because I didn't firm. His company was engaged in river transport of wood and oil by like things at hone," the girl said "They didn't treat steamers, and the junkmen resented between sobs. the intrusion of machinery into their me right." "I borrowed a match from my leisurely river life and livelihood. So they beat Hawley to death on roommate in the morning," the girl "I kept it all day. That the beach. The commander of the continued. gunboat Cockshafer trained his guns night I went downstairs to the cellar. There was a pile of sacks and kindlon the city and required the highest I lit the match and Chinese military authorities1 to walk ing there. in mock humility with the American's watched the sacks burn a minute or funeral cortege, after which two of so, and then went upstairs to bed. matron began the leaders of the junkmen's guild "Pretty soon the were escorted to the spot where to holler 'fire', so I got up and ran 1 Hawley was killed and were shot to downstairs with the other girls. death while the populace looked on. wasn't afraid I would be burned." Because of her mental condition United States Consul Clarence J. there is no probability the girl will Spiker reported that the inhabitants and Chinese military authorities at be subjected to legal punishment for Wanshien appeared to be "thorough- her deed, it was admitted. be put in some Rather, sha will ly awed" by this-- example of summary western justice and had given safe institution for treatment, it was assurance the offense would not be believed. repeated. Boy Shoots Parent After Reprimand World War Veterans at Salt Lake Shot in the back Canton, 111. his 13 year old son, C. A. Bartells by Salt Lake City. An engagament unusual to military experience oc- a minister and constable, lay on the curred in the Tabernacle on Temple floor of his home at Smithfield, north of Canton, and pleaded until the boy square Monday morning when delerelented and put away his gun, a 12 gates to the fourth annual, convention, Disabled American Veterans of year old companion of young Bar-tell- s told the sheriff. The shooting the World War, representintr'Ti-ioaa- l took place, the boy witness told, after orcani?ation of the father had reprimanded his son lneiiior-mall- y The son is in the Lake Salt and Utah for misconduct. captured county jail here and the father, near by storm and in turn declared themdeath, is in a local hospital. selves captivated by the hospitality of the people of this state and city. Note Radiates Friendliness d schedule Operating on a that reminded those present that The American Tokio, reply to every member of this organization Japan's protest against exclusion of had through long weary months in Japanese from the United States is the trenches of Europe, preserved marked by a spirit of friendliness their own lives and prosecuted the and reasonableness and will be exammost successful war in history by ined in the same supirit, it is authorquick thinking and punctual performitatively stated here. Decoding of ance, the disabled veterans proved the document after its cabled transthemselves a model in convention mission from Washington was comprocedure. On the minute National pleted at the foreign office late Commander James A. McFarland of Wednseday. Oficial comment was Dalton ,Ga., called the assemblage to withheld pending a careful study of its terms. order. Every detail of the program The government has not as arranged was dspatched with simi- decided on its further action regardlar promptitude. ing the exclusion issue. Pekin, Eritist warship Cockshafer XEPIII, UTAH S, Plank Adopted for the Summer Campaign GIRL ADMITS SHE AMERICAN'S DEATH TIMES-NEW- Ogden Denver Man Killed Galesburg, I!l. Walter Jordan, 21, Denver, Colo., was killed here when he was knocked from the top of a Santa Fe railroad train as it went under a viaduct. Joseph Gentry, also of Denver, was knocked from the train, but was not injured. Notes News trom All farts ot UTAH f When arraigned before Midvale, Silas Brown Justice of the peace at Blackburn ana Midvale, Elmer II. Charles Potter, charged with invoin connection luntary manslaughter with the death of Elizabeth Williams, 7, in an automobile accident on June 12, pleaded not guilty to the charge. Huscher of George A. Ogden, Murray was elected president of the Pharmaceutical association at the close of the twenty-fourtannual held at the Hermitage convention hotel in Ogden canyon. Mr. Huscher was elevated from the vice presidency which, position he had held during the last year. Salt Lake, Judge Fred W. Crockett of the city court has submitted his resignation from the city bench to Mayor C. Clarence Neslen, effective The letter of resigSeptember 1. nation was received by the mayor Thursday. Judge Crockett will leave the bench after having served within seven days of a full four-yea- r term. of BountiBountiful, Application ful city for authority to decrease its light rates from VS'2 cents a kilowat hour to 10 cents, with a minimum charge of $1.11 a month and a 10 per cent reduction for prompt payment, was granted by the state public ut. Ities commission. The new rates will be retroactive from June 1. Fillmore, Despondent over continued ill health, Howard B. Hadley, 51, journalist and financier, committed suicide in his room at the Fillmore hotel here. Hotel employes go. lng about their morning work heard the report as Hadley sent one bullet from a .38 caliber revolver crashing into his skull. He died instantly. Ogden, Abraham Alpert, clothier at 270 Twenty-fift- h street, was found, guilty of slapping the face of "Uncle-loeEller pawnshop proprietor and neighbor, by City Judge O. R. Roberta and fined $10. Eller, the complaining witness, and Alpert kept the court In an uproar by their humorous narratives of the clash. Salt Lake, Early admonition not to attempt to handle Fourth of July fireworks and to the publie not to encourage the stores to stock tliem, ia issued from the sheriff's office byCaptain W. T. Ayland, chief deputy, who has instructed a number of deputies to be on the lookout for their appearance. bruised alPrice, Mangled and most beyond recognition the body of Ras Pulley, well known -- anchor on the Strawberry river, was und 300 feet down a steep embankment above the 12 per cent grade in Indian canyon, where a heavy truck loaded with elaterite had precipitated him in its plunge from the road over the steep dugway, according to a report brought to Price by Mail Driver Theodore Thomas. Mt. PIeasant,The first shipment of registered Rambouillet sheep 1io move from this locality to China went forward when John K. Mad.sen consigned four rams and forty-eigewes to II. Komatsu, South Manchuria railway, Hungchuling agricultural station, Hungchuling, Manh "irhn MOVED f, AMP IWANIMOUSLV CARRIED W AROUND CEDAR fCecvrlftit, W yLcfii THE. P0Y CREEK. L VWrmwm &SW$Jlm&J OTrSi W IPl 1 "MZZ!TZrrr " U ) CASH DEMANDED OF CHICAGO St. III SENATORS CLASH if ON GOLF LINKS TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS IS TWO VERSIONS OF SCRAP ARE ASKED OF WEALTOLD; SENATOR FALLS TO THY DEALER GROUND AFTER BLOW AMOUNT Threat Made to Kidnap Boy Who Senator Joseph T. Robinson of ArWas Once Considered as Vic. kansas and Dr. Joseph T. Mlt. tim by Confessed Frank chell Settle Difficulties Slayers With Clubs Chicago, Police and private detect ives ' guarded the homes of wealthy residents of Ellis avenue on the South .Side, following the receipt of a ransom letter by Irvin II. Hartmnn, million aire furniture dealer, threatening to kidnap Irvin Jr., 10 years old, unless ? 10,000 Is paid. The Hai'tman home Is within a Idock of the home of Robert Franks, the schoolboy kidnaped and slain by Nathan Ieopold and Richard Loeh, millionaire youths. Hartman reported to police that he had received a special delivery letter as the family was about to start din ner threatening kidnaping if the money was not paid. d The letter con-elude- with : "Details will be given biter." Police believe a crank have sent t letter. Another theory is that some one Is trying to capitalize the hysteria aroused by the Franks case and frighten Hartman into paying. A police guard Is on duty at the Hartman home. Other homes in the neighborhood also are being guar ded. Irvine Jr. was one of the boys considered by Leopold anil Loeh in their hunt for a rich man's son to provide them with excitement before they finally selected Robert Franks, police said. "The letter said to watch for a telephone call at 8 o'clock." Hartman said. r "The call enme about a earlier. The man told me to be careful to turn over the money to him and pointed out what had happened to Robert Franks." Hartman said the man told him to wrap up $10,000 In bills and directed him to a street on the west side. "You will come to a picket fence and the money Is to be thrown out," the man told him. "I was furious and told him In strong terms what I thought of him. Then he hung up." Irvin, walking a short distance behind Robert, stopped to look at a flower bed. When lie looked up again Robert had disappeared and an automobile that had parked at the curb was speeding a way. Police ore- - looking for the persons responsible for a flaming cross, put up within a short distance of the homes of Iopold and Loeh, The cross burned In a vacant lot opposite the home of Martin A. Ryerson, millionaire steel man. half-hou- Will Roundup I. W. W.'s San Francisco, A roundup of members of the I. W. W. in Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada and Arizona is to be conducted by the United States department of justice, because of the alleged activity of the in these states in organization spreading the foot and mouth disease in California and illegally aiding in the general of California boycott goods, it was announced by Grove L. Fink, assistant LTnited States district attorney. The campaign was directed from the I. W. W. headquarters in Chicago, Fink paid. . The de fendants will be prosecuted under a section of the Sherman antitrust act, which penalizes any illegal act that will result in interstate blocking Yale Wins From Harvard Regatta Course, New London, Conn. The mart of the Harvard and Yale four-mil- e raee down varsity eights the Thameg river was made Friday, with Harvard getting t' jump. At the mile mark Yale was half a length ahead and maintained the lead to the end. trade. Los Angeles Has La Follette Club Los Angeles, A La , Follette for Woman Expert at Peychio New York, A Boston woman, unPresident club was organized here at known to the public has been giving a meeting of representatives of the "remarkable" exhibitions of psychic meeting of representatives of the power, and not improbably will be progressive and labor groups in Los awarded the $2.'00 prize offered by M. O. Graves, at- the Scientific American for proof of Angeles county. torney, and A. W. Fry, genuine psychiophcr.omena, J. of the Labor bank, were elected Bird, secretary of the mag Cleveland July 4 azine committee on psychic investidelegates to the conference, at which supporters of gation announced. The woman, Senator I Follette plan to nomin- whose name is not disclosed, neve ate him Independent candidate for has exhibited powers in public or for the presidency. money. Ma-lool- Washington, D. C. Two versions are floating over Washington of a fist fight between Senator Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas, Democratic leader in the senate, and Dr. Joseph F. Mitchell, surgeon, which occurred on the golf links of the Chevy Chase club. The clash was brief. Dr. Mitchell was struck once and fell to the ground. Senators Thomas J. Walsh, of Montana, Androus Jones of New Mexico and John B. Kendritk of Wyoming were playing with Senator while Edward Clifford, Robinson, former assistant secretary of the treasury, and his son accompanied Dr. Mitchell. Those who took the part of Senator Robinson said the trouble occurred after the Mitchell party had been help up from coming through the green on the twelfth hole, on which the senatorial foursome was playing. senator Walsh was searching for a lost ball. A member of the Mitchell party, it was said, called for permission to pass through and it was granted. On the way to the next tee, it was added, some sharp words were passed on the subject of golf etiquette. When the thirteenth tee was reached the feeling had progressed to such an extent that the two men came to Paul, Minn. Formation here of the New National Farmer-Labo- r party makes the second national organization of similar name in existence, while in Minnesota there is a state farmer-labo- r party independent of both national groups Confusion in the use of farmer-labo- r by these groups while there is no official relationship among them, is bound to result, leaders of the state organization said here in speculation as to the probable effect the new National Farmer Labor party would have on state politics The state party did not indorse the convention here last week and the faction headed by F. A. Pike, state chairman, denounced it and refused to participate in its deliberations, but the group headed by William Mahon-e- y of St. Paul took a prominent part in the gathering. Mahoney is a member of the national committee. Several leaders in the tate organization have said they "feared tha state party would lose votes in the fall election due to the adoption of the 'Farmer-Labo- r' name," by the convention here, as many of the party "might vote other tickets through confusion in party lines." are Many state Farmer-Laborite- s bitterly opposed to the communist-controlle- d national party formed here one leader said, and they may mistakenly think some of the state Farmer-Labo- r candidates in the fall elections are affiliated with the national party and accordingly vote for someone else. With its origin in the League, a name abandoned in Minnesota state politics for party designation In the 1918 elecn tion, the Farmer-Labo- r has party spread from this state to many othei states, continuing in Minnesota as a majorty party. Both Minnesota senators- are members of the state party. In 1920, the state party continued to function as such, and in the same year, the committee of forty-eigmeeting in Chicago, but without official representation from the Minnesota party, organized the Farmer-Labo- r party of the United States and placed Parley P. Christensen of Salt Lake in the field as its presidential candidate. In Minnesota, however, the state Farmer-Labo- r party has the only legal right to use that name, and Christensen's name did not appear on the Minnesota's elector's lists. blows. This year, however, the state organClifford's version was that the ization plans to hold a Mate conventhreesome in which he was playing tion, indorse a presidential candidate, was held up too much by the four and nominate electors for the ahead and that he had stepped up ballot. to tell Senator Kendrick that no offense had been intended, when SenaTobacco Used for Road Ballast tor Robinson and Dr. Mitchell came N. J. One million, eight Kearney, together. He added that he held Dr. hundred thousand pounds of tobacco, Mitchell while Senator Walsh took bought for overseas troops with the charge of Senator Robinson when it contributions of patriotic citizens dur. became necessary to seperate the lng the war, are as filler used being combatants. Play then continued. for a new road along the banks of There was a disagreement over the the Ilackensack river here. The toincidents preceding the actual physi- bacco, which has been stored In cal clash. Some witnesses said Dr. French warehouses was finally Mitchell had made a remark when chased by a New York concern pur. and was be to about play resumed and shipped to this country. Recently gov the argument was about to be settled ernment con. customs Uisjwtors peaceably. Dr. Mitchell's friends said demned S000 cases remaining unsold this was not the case. Clifford was as "unfit to smoke." The condemned quotted as having said that Senator tobacco was valued at $150,000 and Robinson complained that the three- an additional expense of destroying it some's conduct had been "insolent." was In sight. permission Dr Mitchell said he had no com- was obtained to Finally the tobacco In dump ment to make, while Senator Rob- the Kearney meadows. Cards bearinson said the incident "wast to be re- ing the names of donors to "our boys In France tobacco fund," have been gretted." found in nearly all the cases ojiened. Sues Smelting Company Salt Ike, George Campbell Car. Mexican President In Accident son of San Francisco has filed stilt Noglaes. Ariz., Possible disaster to In the local federal court against the the executive delegation of President Garfield Smelling company, seeking Obregon was narrowly averted when damages of ?1,00.000 which he claims the presidential train collided with a for the alleged stealing of a patent freight train north of Neyarlt several for the days ago It was learned through railprocess Invented by him treatment of ores. road sources here Mondny. Suppres-sereports of the accident, given out. here, said the rear end of the presl. Japanese Slain; Bodies Riddled San Pedro. Cal., The bullet torn dent's observation car was crushed bodies of two Japanese believed by In and several women In the official murdered and party badly injured by flying glavs police to have been President tossed from n passing car were found and wreckage. Obregnn opposite the firing grounds f l't. was not Injured, as he was In the MoArthur. near the road lending to front part of the car when the ImThe ln.turd were pact occurred. White's Point In the Palo Vonles hill removed to a hospital nt Kr.ipnlme. north of here. ht Nov-vemb- er d Riotous Players Fined Chicago, Fighting and boisterous conduct will not ,P tolerated In the pblylng of nn Amerlran league game. President Pan Johnson declared In announcing that tlie players Involved, In the riotous Ielrolt-.eYork game at Ietroit last Friday hud been fined P.oh Metis"! as Tell as suspended. of the Yankees, who, President John-sosays, was responsible for the outbreak was suspended for ten dny and fined $100. Will Fight For Millions Atlanta, Go. Pretty Mrs. Asa 0. Candler is going to fight for the old husband, millions of her it was learned from an authoritive source here. An answer will be filed within the next ten days' to the divorce petition of the multimillionaire soft drink king who charged that his attractive young bride of less than a year had confessed waning love and humiliated and nog lected him. 73-ye- . " s ht churia. Ogden, Ogden, like Salt Lake, Is threatened with a water famine, according to Mayor P. F. Kirkendall who has issued a statement calling upon the citizens of Ogden to cooperate in observing sprinkling regulations of the city. Unless care ia taken to avoid the raste of water the city waterworks department will restrict the watering of lawns to two days a week, the mayor said. Cedar City, Grading for the spur track being built to the Milner iron properties at Desert Mound has begun in earnest and it is- expected that the four mile branch line will be completed before the middle of Jul f. The line is being built by the Utah Iron Ore corporation, which has leased the Milner property and al ready has contracts, to furnish irot ore for fluxing purposes to several smelting companies. Salt Lake City. Captain H. II. George of the 104th division, aerial service, stationed in Salt Lake has been granted permission to move an airplane hangar from Fort Douglas to Woodward field. The hangar has, been in service at Fort Douglas for - omc time. Ogden, Registration agents to serve for the corning election have been apoinpted by the county commissioners for every district in Weber county, with the exception of three districts in Ogden city, which will be supplied later. Salt Lakc-Ov.- ing to lack of funds the Sugarhouse branch of the free public library will cease giving out books on July 1 and on August 1 will be closed temporarily. Salt Lake, Women who conduct beauty parlors and bob hair are not barbers, under a decision rendered by Judge Noel S. Pratt, which frec.l Edna Houtz of a charge of practicing barbering without a license. Others engaged in this ocupatlon, too, are said to be exultant over the d clsion.