THE (HON FORMER KAISER GUTS f TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. UTAH S. When the Frost Is on the Pumpkin f NEW YORK OFF AGAIN MARRIED TURKISH SULTANATE IS NOW ABOLISHED News Notes From All Parts of UTAH SECRECY AND MYSTERY MAINTAINED AT WEDDING OF EMPEROR OF DOORN RELATIONS BETWEEN MEXICAN GOVERNMENT AND NEW YORK ' ARE SEVERED TURKISH SULTAN IS DEPOSED BY AT NATIONAL ASSEMBLY CONSTANTINOPLE Sister ef Bride Passes Self Mexican President's Edicts Cancels Commercial Intercourse With Gotham Firms; Court Writ Cause Fillmore Milla,rd county has adopted the slogan and the program that "corn will feed pigs, and the pigs wlU pay for the cows," Government Remains' Keystone of Caliphate; Populace Celebrates the Change In the Selection of a Ruler State (Road Commission of Utah will reenlve bids for construction of h igh way J5ountvJptween Off As Hermlone In Order to Put Pub Ho Off Guard; Two Ceremonies Held Doom, Holland. taan exaperor, once Tbe former Ger- - of the empire, and Princess Hermlone of Reuss were married Sunday at the house of Dora, where the lord abides In exile. This second venture was in strange contrast with that day In 1881 when, as crown prince, he wedded lugusta Victoria, daughter of Grand Duke Frederick of Sculeswig-HolBtelSeveral of tUe offspring of that first union were present to se the seal of family approval to the new alliance. There were two ceremonies, civil contract drawn np and signed by; "WU helm II" and "Hermlone Reuss," as they affixed their names ; the second a religious ceremony conducted by the foraiwr eourt chaplain, Dr. iVogel, ac cording to the Lutheran rights. .' The air of secrecy surrounding the entire affair has been well maintained throughout. The climax of the sys tematic mystification adopted by the Princess Ida, who resembles her, successfully passed herself off as the bride at the Amersfoort station Sat-uraay with an array of castle cars, whereas Princess Hermlone left the train at Apeldoorn.half an honr earl ier, and drove to the castle undbserv' ed, those within the village making much of this as a,, huge joke. At the religious ceremony, which be- gam with the singing of the Lutheran hymn. "Jesus Geh Voran," Pastor Vogel preached from the text, "Now Abideth Faith, Hope and Charity." The bridal eon pie occupied carved gilt armchairs (surmounted by crowns, while the numerous guests were seat ed hv rows behind them. "Now the Joyful day has arrived declaimed the minister, "when his majesty, and her serene highness Join handsT ;' He recalled that the earae text had served at the golden wedding of Wil K liam f wia uiivi&o&i wiu a uwii Oil aimJ vet. wedding. "The bride," said he, "1ms left fatherland and friends to uirtte her life with that of his majesty, whose faith has sustained him in clr- cumstances which would hare driven others te despair." as iu cviuouiw oi nutn. Be poinieu I out that the "kaiser" conducted re- c jigiuus services on every ixra s aay st J w - Mexico Commercial relaMexican govern- City. tions between the ment and all persons or groups of persons residing in New York state were under suspension Tuesday until further notice, as the result of Instructions sent to the department of Interior late Monday night by President Obregon. The Immediate cause of his action was the writ of attachment obtained acalnst the Mexican consulnte in New lork City in a civil action brought by the Oliver American Trading company. (This writ was ordered lifted Monday night by Supreme Court Justice Tompkins at Nayack, N. Y.) News of the lifting of the writ was filed to Mexico City at about the same time that dispatches telling of President Obregnn's action were sent out from the Mexican capital. President Obregon's order, he snld, was also prompted by other matters. Among these he mentioned In his Instructions to the interior department that the New York courts had not permitted the Mexican government to obtain redress there on contracts such as those made for the purchase of boats by General Salvador Alvarado when he was secretary of the treasury. At a later dute. President Obregon's instructions pointed out, the courts of New York permitted the Mexican government to be sued and its consulate closed which action he hfild to be contrary to international law. Coupled with his Instructions Monday night was the announcement that he hud ordered the foreign office to apply Article S3, pertaining to per nicious foreigners, to Howard T. Oliver of the Oliver American president Trading company, should be attempt to return to Mexico City. Oliver, said President Obregon's an nouncement, "has abused the traditional Mexican hospitalllty, and unsat isfied during his operations here, he sought to provoke a conflict between Mexico and the United States." Formal orders for reopening the New York consulate had not been dispatched from Mexico City late Mon day night It was explained that the delay was due merely to the absence of Instructions from the embassy at Washington. virtue of the late empress and Hermiine's former husband, referring to the "kaiserin" as the ideal NOTED JESUIT PRIEST IS DEAD German womanhood. Prominent as Lecturer and Writer Well Known to Americans he admonished, "and yon shall prevail over all evil report" London. Father Bernard Vaughan, jf Then followed the reading of the one of the most prominent Jesuit Jnarrtage service. Rings were ex- priests In the world and a brother of changed, and the hymns, "So Nlmm the late Cardinal Vaughan, died here Den Metis Uaende" and "Harre Meln Tuesday. Several years ago he toured Beete." were rendered. through the United States and parts A brief official communication is- of Canada and Alaska and later toured In Japan, where he addressed sued later announced the civil and the solemnities and mentioned the house of peer. . Father Vaughan became ill two or ttnwfcec of guests as Prlnee Henry of Prussia, as senior three months ago at Sheffield but renieiHber of the family, spoke a few covered sufficiently to be removed t cardial words, to which there was the Jesuit College at Putney. There no response, according to the German be was able to get about in a rolling chair. custom, and no further speeches. He was The day began clear and bright only three days "Hohenxollern weather" but soon before the end. His brothers In the turned to showery, and a chilly rain Society of Jesus were around his bedPrin-jfce- ss if , twenty-eight- bed-ridde- n . felt when Hie former erapenor"s motor side when he Jied. car drove from the castle to the lodge Washington Hens Break Record at the appointed time for the civil Tacoma, Wash., Two world's re ceremony. cords for egg laying have Just been broken in the third annual contest Beets Wilt Bring Nice Price londucted by the Wtern Washington Albion, Idaho. Sugar is selling at Experiment station oi' the Washington price that assures the farmers on State Is announced here bj the Minidoka project $7.2.1 or better W. A. college, ;t LlnUluter, superintendant of the pec ton for their bents. This advance station. The context resulted In i will add thousands of dolllars to the white Leghorn pullet owned by IL M income of the farmer. At the present Leathers of Woodland, Wosh., laying time lent tfian 50 per cent of the beet 5C5 with a day to go befnre the eggs crop la harvested, but the increase in year expired. A Leghorn pullet owned price will stimulate growers to make by the experiment station also beat beto them efforts special get dug the world's recoid of 321 eggs set lust fore a freeae. year by a California hen by laying KM eggs. Angered People Slece Coal Pa. Angered by the fall-r- U. 8. To Ask For Bids on Transports of the federal and state fuel Washington. New bids for sale of to furnish them coal, more the army transports Sheridan, Sherthan 2000 citizen of OIyphant,,ner man, Duford and Crook will be asked here, marched to the yards of the Del- ty the war department noon. It was aware It Hudson llallroad ennpsny announced Thursday, all offers reSunday and confiscated four cars of ceived when the vessels were first ooaL The fuel was loaded into auto- offered for sale having been rejected mobile trucks and wagons and hauled is Insufficient. It whs said the transto the nine churches and ten public port Ilx also will be Mold by the shipcnoots In the borough. ping board. HBil.. e Stock Sales on Coast Open Big Ios Angeles. The top of the mar ket n the opening day, Friday, of the now Union stockyard Ht Los Angeles was 9 cent for cattle, 1.1.5 rents for lambs and lt.-Vrents for cars hogs. Receipts were seventy-si- t the first day and forty-twcars the second day of tradlnir. John T. Calne III of Logwn, Utah HveM-x-specialist of the Agricultural college ectension service, expresses the bellf that tho maaet in oft to an auspicious stvrt an I t it w01 prove unvsluable. J lj Constantinople. The Angora assembly Thursday night decided unanimously that it is Invested with sovereign rights and that the Turkish Nationalist government is the keystone of tho caliphate and Friday the newspapers carried these headlines : "Ottoman empire collapsed. In its place there has arisen new national Turkish state-- -- Sultanate abolished." The assembly's decision was announced by a salute of 101 guns. ImREPORTS SHOW LABOR IS DEALT mediately the soldiers and civilians began to celebrate to the blare of military bands and the bright flarers of bearers. GAINS BLOW IN ENGLAND torch Two resolutions were unanimously adopted by the assembly. The first said that by virtue of organic statute and representation, sovereign rights MONTH OCTOBER SHOWS MUCH GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER had been vested in an inalienable and ACTIVITY THROUGHOUT FIFTEENTH WILL SEE indivisible manner in the Angora asBUSINESS WORLD HEAVY VOTE sembly, which was the only emanation of the nation. The second resolution Federal Reserve Board Gives Figures Local Balloting Regarded as Index to declared the caliphate was vested in the Imperial family of the Osman dyof Increase Freight Records Prevalent Political Attitude; nasty, but that the Turkish governSmashed According to London is Hostile to ment remains the keystone of the calRailroads Working Party iphate. The selection of th caliphs is to Iondon. Stunned by the heavy be made by the grand national as Washington. Economic and general business conditions made great strides downfall of their candidates in the sembly of Turkey which will choose forward during October, it was shown municipal elections throughout Eng that member of the Imperial family by reports made public Wednesday land Wednesday, the Laborites intensivti3 is the best instructed, the best by the federal reserve board, supple- fied their political campaign with the educated, the most honest and the n mented by a statement from the Amer-isa- hope of making a better showing in vi3P.st. hallway association showing rail- the general election for parliament 'The palace of the sublime porte, road activities to have reached during Nov. 15. Saving through corrupt ignorance for In ever October nearly the highest peak Wednesday's balloting the Labor several centuries provoked numerous ites lost 149 seats which they had pre ills for the recorded. country tons passed Into A sensational Improvement In gen viously held in London and about 16b tna domain of history. Recently the eral Industrial activities and sharp In seats which they had occupied In 80 furkish nation, the real mistress of creases In the marketing of ngrieul boroughs outside the capital for the its destinies, the founder of the Otto- tural products were noted by the rail most part in such large cities as nan empire, revolted against its for roads. Loading of revenue freight in Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, eign enemies In Anatolia and underthe week ending October 21 smashed Derby, Nottingham, Plymouth, South- took a struggle against the palace of all weekly records for the past year, hampton and Portsmouth. the sublime porte, which took sides considered with Its enemies and against the naAlthough nominally During this seven-daperiod the total freight loaded passed the million car purely municipal issjes, the local con- tion, and to that end it constituted the mark for the first time since October tests some times are an indexto ex- srrund national assembly of Turkey, isting poitlcal feeling. This time the it government and its army threw 27. VJ10. The total of 1,003,759 cars loaded races were watched with Intense cur- itself into the struggle against the from October 15 to 21 jsgrs within 14,- - iosity as a possible forecast of labor's enemies from without and against the (80 earn of the hlgMft fflarkever chances in the coming general elec- palace of the sublime porte. achieved and has been exceeded only tion. Article I of this statute stipulates The outcome of Uie local elections that four times in the history of American the sovereignty of the sultan is has certainly made Labor's prospect issumed by the nati jn. railroading, the association said. fr parliament very discouraging. "The establishment of this record,' "By article H excecutive and legis In some instances Laborlte repreit was announced Is all the more siglative powers are conferred upon the nificant as the loading of merchandise sentation was completely wiped out nation. in the but at elections, municipal other and general freight Is one of the best 'Article VTI invests the body of the Labor held its own and even business borometers that can be polls nation with sovereign rights such as a nade few gains. found." the right to dec'are war and conclude London was intensely hostile to Reports to the federal reserve board peace. (These were formerly prerogThe In the capigeneral feeling gathered from all sections of the conn tal was atives of the sultan.) s manifested thevot-erthe way by try, featured (1) steadily increasing "Since then the Ottoman empire flocked to the poll" despite the "iank deposits; (2) heavier sales of has collapsed ana In its place the raw wind and furious rain. all commodities; (2) general employThe partisan interest for and oew national Turkish state Is called ment of labor. nto being. Labor Is a little stronger to aguinst The reserve board found, however, "Likewise, since the abolition of than the attention focussed on the hat the railroad situation Is still the day the Sultanate the grand national asbetween the wrangle Lloyd Georgian rreatest barrier to Industrial and com Liberals and the Conservatives. The sembly of Turkey has taken lu place; mercial prosperity. Only lack of political writers really do not seem that Is to say, the government of board the facilities, '.ransportatlon to know what Is going on behind the Constantinople, its existence being no la taid, holding back a general era scenes. Some of them say 8ir Georra longer supported by any national if more prosperous business. Younger has won his fight and that force, has ceased to exist and no longer constitutes a vital organism. Lloyd George has decided to abandon U. 8. To Auction Arms his Idea of "spreading the war The true mass of the people of the of many against the conservative. Others de- nation have instituted an administraasnington. weapons "clnds and sizes taken from persons clare Just as emphatically that the tive government of the people defend ilons the Mexican border under the fallen premier has taken a very detering the rights of the true mass of the wartime espionage act are to be sold mined attitude and has decided to people and the peasants guaranteeing7 it auction at San Antonio, Tex., nominate additional candidates their welfare. January 2, next unless their against Conservatives. On the whole, wners take proper steps to recover however, the is to Large Shipment of Animals Received. general "hem before that time. "The arms ward the belief that thetendency I os Angeles A large Lloyd George shipment of vere seized from persons who threat of reprisals will not be carried wild animals and birds, destined for to cross the border with them out. and zoological circuses gardens n their possession, or who were Some observers profess to see a throughout the United States and Eu to Illegal operations In con- renewal of harmony between Lloyd rope arrived on the steamer Boar-ponection with the very unsettled state George and his former colleagues In from the Orient. The enrgi Is vhlch existed In Mexico at the time," the statement made by the property of Frank II. Beck, dealWednesday ald a departmental memorandum. Sir Itbert S. Home, who although he er in wild creatures, who gathered It was one of the most faithful followers in various parts of the Far East Circus Train In Smashup of the little Welshman, Informed a and shipped It from Singapore and New Orleans, La. Three deod, four Glnsglow audience he wis siiU a Calcutta. It Is said to be the largest erIously Injured and two slightly hurt Unionist, and that if elected he single shipment of wild animals ever rall--oawould sit on the Unionist side of the brought to the United States. vas the toll taken In the rear-enwreck early Tuesday when the house and give his genoral support ast Sunset Express, New Orleans-u- to Prime M:nister Bonar I,aw. Wilt Unveil Pershing Statue. The Illness of Lloyd George attracts Francisco Southern Pacific San Francisco On Armistice Day, much attention. His cold and throat November 11, a train No. 100, tore into the Wor- heroic statue of Generham Carnival Shows special, 85 car trouble Is said by some to really be al Pershing, picturing him as If watcha of rundown health due to symptom New en route from Orleans to rain, ing troop In battle, will be unveiled futigue. That he is tired was obN'ew Iberia, La. In the Golden Gate park here. The vious to those who saw him during statue is a gift to the city of San his recent to visit Scotland. Francisco by Dr. Morris Herzsteln, a Frozen Yukon Navigable O. S. L. to Build More Railways local physician. It wus done by an old Dawson, Y. T. The present is the Pocatello. It is expected that con friend of the doctor, Halg Patlgan, latest open season known on the Yukon river. The river has none but tracts will be let this month for three noted Ran Franciscjo sculptor. slush Ice In It, and the tributaries are etxenslons of the double tracking on Jajan Hs( Mall Service. practically free of Ice. Hosts coulj run the O. S. L. which has been started To!lo FliichU in Japan's first aero to White Horse at this time. Three between King, Hill and Medbury. The large dredges working on the Yukon contracts let last summer were from mall service, to run between Tokio expect to continue operations until King Hill to Hammett, the Medbury and Osaka, a distance of 4.0 miles, extension to be build later. were attended with fair success Cbrlxtuas. BUSINESS y Morgan and Peterson. Salt Lake City. Of the 28,21 e homes In Salt Lake City In 1020, w hen the last census was taken, 12,308, or 44.3 per cent of tbs total, were owned by their occupants, and 0438 of these owned homes were free of mortgage. A (Power wompanp xmtemplatlng the construction of a plant at Soda Point, Idaho, to cost approximately $2,450,000. Tests now feeing made at the site to determine construction problems. 21,000 horsepower to he developed. Salt Lake City. la a daring aay light robbery a lone bandit held up a telephone company girl cashier and a chauffeur ha front of the Uyhxnd exchange. Eighth East and Chase avenue, and escaped with a payroll total. Ing $1544 in currency and car tickets. Price. Another drop In the price of gasoline is announcea In the retail price of gasoline In the Utah-Idah- o district is to be 23 cents a gallon This drop of 2 cents is ,the third cut that has been made this month. With this drop gasoline is lower than It has been for five years. Utah has greater undevelthan any state in the union, according to the statement of Mathew Hale, president of the South Atlantic Maritime corporation, with .headquarters in Washington, made a trip to the scenle spots in southern Utah, In writing t It. H. Rutledge, district forester. Ogden. oped opportunities who-recentl- Lynndle Fourteen head of cattle, nave been victims of rabies recently. 8alt Lake City The reduction In federal taxes in the collection district of Utah, effective for the current year, reaches the sunt of $3,610,-590.8- 0, according to a special survey of the cancellations and decreases in tax receipts provided by the revenue-ac- t of 1921. Ceuar City. The Iron County Rail, road company has withdrawn its application before the public utilities commission of Utah, for a certificate of convenience and necessity to operate a railroad between Lund and Iron county. The Interstate commerce commission has already granted to the Union Pacific system permission to construct a branch line to Cedar, which will serve the same territory. La-bo- .. -- d rt d KephL The formal opening of the sixteen mile stretch of cement read connecting Utah county and Nephl was made the occasion of a big celebration. North Salt Lake. Improvement contemplating an outlay of $73,000 are to be made n the near future at the stockyards in North Salt Lake, to care for an expected large increase In bnsl-nedue to the opening of tbe new western livestock exchange in Lo Angel e. ss Spanish Fork, Lake Shore, about seven miles west of here, has the distinction of having a tiaby with nine rand parents. The child Is Leon Argy- Jft, of age, the son of Leonal and Maud Argyle Del lows. Park City. Shipments from the Park City district Increased to a total of 42C8 tins for the ween Just ending as compared with 8017 tons for week before. Ogden. Chambers of commerce of the Intertnountain cities will be asked to tnke action against the attempt to Include the northern end of the Jackson Hole country in tbe Yellowstone park reserve, according to the advice which were received here from Wyo tnlng. d n pns-icng- fct. George. A dry autumn, following a season In which there was more than the usual amount of Irrigation water, has led to the adaption by Wnshlngton county of the practice el Irrigating Its roads. Provo The rainfall general throughout Utah with the exception of the eastern section of the state, was re gardcr as a god send by farmers and livestock men. In addition to rain the first snow of the season made Its orearatw-a- . Staniianivuie. Meorge TVi 'ie"e, 31 years of age, wns killed while at werk In the m'ne of the Standard Coal com pany by falling coal. nialifleld. In the F.lsinom sugar Train Robbers Shot to Death. hlp nt 20 a record ru was made when factory Wittenl.urc, M. escudos a kilogram. American and! Kennedy, 91 i"ns of beets were sliced In veteran Miswmrl Hur-vetrain other raplolns have robbnr and Instructed by hours, Hs compared with the no! to rept-nl- i IxKn, former railroad man, were putting Into the Island purts for re- the ownt-rat iho shot and killed Friday by ofri.ers af- next highest slh-- of JU2 tons last yeai pairs and supplies. Iny and days Azores. Hence they give the Azores a ter they lud Mbbod a mail cur on a end an avei-sgpass at font a iNdgnda and Knyal, utid wldu berth. of 812 tons last year. no ship shows up. TJif xhlps do no southbound Frisco pnssi nirer tfiln k Salt !ake Two trslnlomls of come principally becnuf.e local authorl Tbe stolen inuil, atMiiit lot rcg.stered Are Known as Midshipmen. and a e Isl sleep'ng car conties have succumbed to the temptation The students of the United State letters, wns recovered. The inspectors of profiteering. Meat bnn twen, sir) in Nnnl academy a! Annapolis are learned Thursday that Kennedy emi taining a sere of prominent livestock old fodpy. to rfKidctits at one rwudo dlh'd midshipmen. Previous to UHr; l.o'nn hud gone from Oipe (tirardenr. m"n In Utah ant surrounding trlbo- ! had een rslleti naval cadets, bur to Seventy-Six- . (about t'2) a kilogram. Hut the town It was stated Bnd thei j t, ry ro;nf. lft for lxs Angeles where (mil aulhorttW hsve a monopoly hi (he ii i hut year ti e old term midshipman kept a wntct on the automobile It; h"v ttndftd the formal opealax f sale of this commodity, and they have i us revived. which the bandits were traveling. .! L Union stKtkj"rde. THE AZORES HIT BY PROFITEERS fixed the price to foreign twen-ty-fiti- U-e- Foreign Ships Practically Quit Stop ping at Islands Since the Jump In Prices. Lisbon. Living rendition In the Aiuirt Islands sre bad, sml (Ik outlook for the Islanders Is icIiMmiy, acrordinii t to Josp Itebelln de Iletlelicourt, of itie Islnnds. The chief cause of the tronhle Is lbs! .i:etgn ships have virtually given up Jour-MilU- s live-rux-- .Bk;i r .