THE TIMES-NEW- UTAH NEWS REVIEW RECEIVERSHIP FOR Eleven thousand pieces of literature advertising Ogden were distributed by Secretary O. J. Stilwell of the Ogden chamber of commerce. GERMANY NEPHI. UTAH S. R'mcmber THE WP THAT USED TO STAY IN NIGHTS M0 STUPy-VJEL- L ASKED i mi I DISPLEASED WIT ARBUCKLE JURY , SO SEE 1 VJHO HE MOW wm noli 9 ATwmtr GAINS AT PARLEY FAILS TO CONVICT1 REFUSAL OF JAPAN TO RELINQUISH MANCHURIA RENEWS WITHDRAWAL TALK AFTER DELIBERATING FOR MANY HOURS JURY STANDS 10 TO 2 FOR ACQUITAL; DISMISSED Japanese Find Shantung Unprofitable And Seek To Trade It For Advantage; China Will Not Get Japan Out of Manchuria Accused Issues Statement Saying "Ona Woman" Had Prevented Verdict of Acquital; Claims Moral Victory For Himself ' The Utah legislature when it con. venes in 1923 will toe asked to make n appropriation of $2000 for the purpose of aiding shippers of the state In their contest against the railway for the abrogation of the long and short haul clause of the transportation luw. RECEIVERSHIP FOR GERMANY A3 A BANKRUPT NATION IS TO BE ASKED FOR Soviet Russia Desires Declaration of Moratorium for Aid In Selling Up Indebtedness Evening schools for foreigners unable to speak the English languagf Paris. A receivership for Germnny hnve sjen and are being established Washington A forecast of what in eighteen of the state's forty dis- as a bankrupt, with an autonomous will get out of Washington conChina tricts, including Gmnlte, Murray, Jor- Khinelund to be exploited .by the allies was made Sunday by a memference for Is be to reparations purposes likely dan, Utah, Tintlc, Millard, Beaver of ber the American state department as an alternaEmery, Carbon, Wasatch, North Sum-Mil- t, poposed by France, who Is thoroughly familiar with far Park City, Morgan, Davis, Weber, tive to any moratorium on reparations thut may be suggested by Great Britsustern conditions and with Inside ne. Box Elder, Ogden and Salt Lake. ain, it wqs said in official circles Tiere gotiutions at this conference. These Shipment of goosTierry bushes from Thursday. things are: The allies, it Is held by French ofthe New York agricultural experiment 1. Complete restitution of Shantung, have full station out to Utah In violation of the ficials, authority under the providing Japan's rights In Manchuria terms of the treaty of Versailles to quarantine, both federal and state are recognized. take to In affairs hand and Germany's such snlpments in view that against UTAH COOPER TO 2. Restitution of the T.ritlsh leasethe white pine blister prevails In that administer her resources In a manner REPORT hold at : the French lease section, of the country, have been con- similar to that pursued by the Turkat Kwangchouwan. fiscated fhy the state crops inspector, ish d4)t commission. Former President Polncare, who is OPEN UP MINES 3. Increase of tariff rates J. D. Wjb. OIL MARKETERS much talked of as the probable suc4. Removal of foreign postofflces. One third of the taxes of Cache cessor of Premier Brlund in the next 5. Conditional removul of foreign county remain unpaid, amounting to governmental change, recalls In his troops. of review situathe political more than $300,000. Most of the delin. weekly FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSIONER MINE AT BINGHAM AND PLANTS 6. Commission to study withdrawal quents are among runners, who have tion that the treaty of Versailles gives STATES DEALERS HAVE FORMAT ARTHUR AND GARFIELD of extraterritorial rights. been unable to pay because of so ninny tho allies the right in case Germany ED PRICE COMBINE TO BE OPENED IN APRIL 7. Reaffirmation of the territorial crop failures, together with the decline defaults to control tier customs duties, in prices and the general depression. taxes, expnrtntinns and coal producand administrative integrity of China, The total assessment of the county was tion. He said this must be demand- Prompt Notice Given Forthcoming General Manager Says if Market with a new definition of the "open ed if the reparations committee thinks J93G.000. Advance and Listing of Redoor" nnd a recognton of what conActivities Continue, Operations it is obliged to give Germany further Contained in Can Be Resumed Then on tailers China. stitutes An addition of 650.000 gallons ol time. a Small Scale Accusations None of these things has been done The to be understood negotiations a to Salt Lake's water day is made yet except the last, but the conference water supply by a deal of the cltj going on now In I,ondon between tTie Salt Lnke. April 1, next, hnp been Is Washington Members of the Inde water department that was approved British government and represetatlves moving toward some such consumset by the Utah Copper mation. Marketers' associa ofof Petroleum In are French tentatively Germay pendent regarded by the city commission. The acquisition Is water of the Walker ditch, and ficial circles as a reprisal for the alleg- tion were charged by the federal trade company for the reopcn!ng of Its great China will not get Japan out of Man is the last water that will be availuble ed separate action of France In making commission Friday with having agreed mine at Bingham and the resumption churla, nor will she get back the Brit to flie city from Big Cottonwood can-yo- an agreement with the Turkish nation- umong themselves to maintain the of operations at its plants at Arthur Ish strongholds In China. Nothing but alist government at Angora. Much and selling practices established and Garfield. can remove force prices these and things, Is lest" France should in anxiety expressed Should the present rate of consump the state of Culifornia by the StandAmerica hns Informed China that she acfaced find herself with complete The department of Utah, American tion of copper continue through the cannot expect America to go to war ard Oil Company of California. cord between Great Brituln and Germlegion. Is sending out letters to every were remainder of this year and the begin commission of The the for her or to put herself in a position charges out French officials any. pointed post in the state calling attention to contained in the second section of its ning of 1022, the company will reopen where war la probable. the of that reparaThursday question the annual Christmas seal sale of the tion was above all a French question. report to the senate on price and com Its mine and plants on the date named, Without formally recognizing Jap Utah Public Health association and It was declared, any arange-men- t petitive conditions in the California oil but not to the extent that prevailed an's "special Interests" In Manchuria Therefore, urging that legion members through, arrived at by Great Britain in the ndustry. for some time previous to the closing and thus strengthening her hold there out the Btate give support to flie state, absence of French The commission declared that Los down of the representatives properties several months permanently, it is evident that flie A health organization in its work. would be resented. Angeles officials of the Standard Oil ago. merican policy Is not to Insist on the The situation of the entente Is reompany were notified "promptly" by This announcement was made Satur- - American Interpretation or the open ITuntington has opened up a munic- garded among French government of- a member of the marketers' association door" in that part of the world. To ipal coal mine under a government ficials as exceeding precarious. In view of Iny by It. C. Gemmell, general man and agreements understandings insist upon It means war. nnd the a regulation that municipality may Of what describe as "nervousness to price maintenance within ihat ager of the Utah Copper company, at American delegates feel that the peo a tract of three hundred and shown theyGreat Britain and Italy." o." luncheon by thereby placing the Stand- the weekly meeting and ple would not back them' up In this. twenty acres of land at no cost, pro. Some officials expressed doubt that the association, ird in a better position to know when the mining committee of the Commer- To Insist upon It also would imperil vidlng the coal mined therefrom Is sold French government would agree to ar- a new price udvance would be folow. cial club and chamber of commerce, ut the success of the conference. to its citizens ut the actual cost of the bitration of the reparations question ed. the conclusion of tin address on the The big thin? that Is being done is operations. It is expected by those by the league of nations, if such acThe commission also asserted that copper situation. to start China In the way of helping behind the movement that the coal Will tion should be proposed. Mr. Gcmmcll rtnted that while April herself. If she wants to get rid of Ja records since 1!115 disclose that the be less than $2.00 a ton at the mine. had been tentatively named as the pan she will have to do It herself. Standard's prices In Culifornia Ttave Trio Stages Undress Dance About three miles west of Moside, Vancouver, B. C. Three men from been followed generally by ull mem date for the resumption of operations, The question of financial aid for It the plans of the company In Mils re- China has gone under the surface duron Utah lakfc, there lias been opened the Iloukhobor or Russian noncomforn-is- t bers of the Marketers' association. conthe had spect depended solely upon is declared that the association . up recently a deposit of what ltj dissettlement, near Nelson B. C. ing the week. The statement of Mr. coverers claim Is mineral soap. The all their clothing In a waiting prepared a list of peddlers and other tinued activity of the copper market, Hiinihnru, Japanese delegate. In com clay resembles In appearance a sonp. room at the Canadian Pacific roilw'ay retailers who refused to sell at the and in this there might te experience! mittee Hint the International consort tini;iolntment. Besides the principnl elements of alum- station here Wednesday and paced off agreed prices, and held the distributers ium had recognized in In reply to a quest'on ns to the Im Manchuria hns not Japan's rights inum and silica, the dintomaceous ma- In a protesting war dunce when they responsible, for that cluss of trade made the consort reto United were the Utah admittance refused of the of the terial contains phosphate, magnesia would not receive supplies until the portance operations ium any more popular with the Chin The deposit covers on States. They were later arrested by tailers maintained the list prices. nd potash. Copper company to the well being of ese, and his statement Is denied by Vancouver police for disorderly con. area of approximately 100 acres. "Since the fall of 1U15," tlie commis Salt Lake and the reveml suburban consortium authorities. A new con , duct. United States Immigration Com. sion continued, "certain sales mana towns, he said that while the company urn will have to be arranged If sort! SCurhrlck It was had questioned At a recent meeting of the rabbit missfoner gers and local representatives of lurge made no claims In this respect Chinese eoopernltfon Is expected, and drive committee of Boxelder county them ss to their fitness to proceed on marketing companies, particularly of undoubtedly true. At the height of ti e without the Chinese the ha can of the railroad their Journey to the state of Washing- the Standard Oil company and the company's operations, he slated, there and representatives do nothing. He ton settlers. as prospective nlleg. Union Oil company, frequently con were employed, directly or Indirectly, companies, held In the Commercial Chinese today express disnpointment club, special rates to the rabbit dis- ed thst their views coincided with the ferred, and usually arrived at an un about 70(10 men, who were paid an over a of of the trend of affairs nnd talk again $.'15.00 a .or definition $S of total plillospiciil were discussed accepted day tricts In the county derstnndlng as to the differentials In fur anarehy and declined I hem the hospi-tolit- y the prices to be charged Individual a day, while large amount were paid of withdrawing from the conference. The offer of one and one-thiof his government. They are .all of which were purchasThey declnre Hiey will not recognlr.e seemed unreasonable to the commute classes of for supplies to sslrt ed here, so fur as poss'ble .and which Japan's Manchurlun lenses, and If Hie have threatened an undress customers and to various and was rejected. Stan. of the Presidents Included 10 to NO tons of eoul per conference does they will walk ont parade In Vancouver by n large num. purchasers. In pro, dard and of the Associated Oil com day. Doitkholmr of fellow her their Japan Is making a special drive for from Juat e farmers Seventy-fivpuny deny that these practices were lest against their arrest. Mr. Gemell said that fHiss'hly no this, and there Is danger that the delecounty will make an Inspection tour ol the of or by either consented to known more ttinn M si men wouiu i.e em gates will maneuver Info some state the principal poultry farms of Utal higher officials of their respective com. ployed when the operations are resum- ment of position that will afterword be Prince of Wales Treat Natives a special county. During next year IVkaiier.Iinlla A reilglour fire dunce panles. ns the ed, but that the number undoubtedly Interested by poultry project will be conducted In wi.s held for the Prince of Wales as The commission's report further said would be gradually Increased there Ihl note was Japan It Is the InterpretedP. ng. Welch, count) this county by J. that the Standard Oil Interest were after and os rapidly as circumstances hope of the American delegates that ff the program of entertainment ricultural agent. In the project, poul part given iliir'ng h's stay here. Bare leg- In a "dominant position" In the fall he relieved that through public opinion and the attl warranted try raisers will be taught how to feed ged initio es danced throu.'.'li the emberr fornhi Industry but quoted a letter .VXKt would although maximum tie the ultimate hide or the nations. Informally ex cull t?ii and care for baby chicks, of a great bonfire built In the quad- - from U. K. Kingsbury, president of the while the wages would average $4 a pressed. Japan tuny be led to change flocks and feed for winter eggs. A ralii'le of the fort. they danced California Standard. In which he de day. her tactics In the fur east. they san;; wildly und snatched up por- nied as was reported to the commis In his address on the general cop The Siberian situation has not come The decapitated body of lemiiel He tions of the fiery mass, which they slon that Wis company was Adding to per situation. Mr. Gemtnell a!d: up yet. and Mr. Hughes' declaration of Cox, watchman at the Cashlun mine, li placed In tier mouths. Subsequently Its holdings by gaining control of the "Since July, the refinery output has the duty of the other nations to set up Lnsal canyon, fifty they pirouetted before the prince. In Pacific Oil company. the lower end of shown nn Increase and the September a "morol utiles east of Moah, and six intlet villa Insiic-- on of tlie'r legs and trufti"eshlp" over that conn The commission set fortn. among production of refined o;ipcr from lo remains to be translated into some across-thline In Colorado, was founr feet, which e e nppnreuit.v tm-inn ihe try ! lo It In claimed which ores mined the ores agreements cal (that n the bunkhonse concealed undei thing definite. 0"l. Several iiicmberr of the prince's have found, one covering bids of oil re fnited States only), was SJMKKHMKI Ch'newe nnd Japanese delegates vlll graTa and burlap sacks, according tc staff burned lln-l- r fingiis In atientpt K quirement of the city of lxs Angeles ponmls. while Imiorts totaled ',:(.( meet Monday for further conversations reports reaching here. The head of th lug to pick up some f the embers. a of n I'eceinber. l!li. Memorandum of total output pounds, having dead man has not been found. over the Shantung In the presence of certain meetings of represen tut Ives ol Vi.lSKHKlO. Fire Dcstroyes Much Cotton American and ISrltish observers. .Tnp- s the I'n Standard the I'lilted four the of official "The flguri-companies The construction of the I.nclu cut Greewood. Miss. Mure th:in 701 Ion. the iii hns found that occupation unprofit the California Wrsterii ami States geological survey how that the oft across the upper end of Orent Hal bales of Ions staple ci.t on were lie. Oil and able and wonts to get nut, but nt the commis. the In the I'nited of refined showed, socks Asphalt roppct lake hns resulted In the reduction o? singed by a fire of iirnV term'ned orig same time wants lo make a barg;n were to hid on the Stales on January 1. to nled f'M the area of the salt lake and produc in (in tlii' warehouse or the Give wood s!on said, htnt they over withdrawal. tn was tn addition and that "It this, agreed (hmi.ixki pounds, a fresh water lake, now said to be th ami Storage company here requirement, hat 1 Compress In tank were cent off. should bid nil process-t27n.Mi.iiO open pounds largest body of fresh water within th Sunnily night. The lo.s wan est limited Will Battle in Washington 1 en route to the refineries or In until the con at JS7.Vi.Uxt. The fire was confined to wngon market price, at the time und Bear river refineries. Wnsh. The state of Wash nnd smelters at of p!n-Spokane, storage cut-ofdelivery. f known s: ..' ruction of the tn one of the three compartment Ijiter records showed, the commis awHiting the extraction of the gold and ington, hns been elected as the next part of the Gtent Fait l ake, h which the ware'ionse (s divided. A f the national sion added, that three of the compi.n s'lver contents. It Is estimated that political battlefield now said to be practically free fron lar-.of the cotton stored n flie les submitted bids at the of primary copper In purl the was announced production It price agreed f.s! and other suckers league. Nonpartisan salt. Carp, warehouse wa itwneii by members of In December, and another In .Tnnnary the I'nlled States, ut well as ImiHirt E. C. Iortnan, national or abound in the water. by Saturday 11m S'aple Cot. t!17. for the current year, will total approxrecently furmeil ganization manager. and a Insured. t ii ass imately 1.HO0.CMHMXI0 pounds" In ?20 !" secured cadi, ll.trglars In stamps, W) wortlT jewelry nn Memorial Scholarship Awarded Many Pay Heavy Fine Man Wipes Town oft Map Governor Raps Grand Juror hci New York Justice McAvoy In the bout fi0 stamped envelopes N. J. AAvnrd of the first Princeton. -- Charges In i In ula Km whf. III. O. lure, George tjiiicoster, Springfield. they broke Into the drug sture am Mm lure for seernl days that the criminal branch of the sfn't silpreim In war memorial and children fifteen prize scholarships moved his wife lstolTice t Devil's Slide. Vtah, nc s'nte whs liivesllat'iiit alleged s court Thursday linvosed penitentiary from Hocking county to North I term memory of the 120 Princeton men who and fine totillng fOT.'iO on lording to late advices received. :o!int to brllie trniid jurors who In. ientenee years ago, doubling the Hipnla-e- died In the war and who were as yet members of the two end Individual nineteen Lieutenant Small. l.en eroor ".. dieted causing the census enumera not otherwise commemorated were nn Vernal penrs are finding favor it Governor I 'red Sterling ami Vernon Marble Industry Kmployera' aswia ha in IK to it from to tor change fnrnwH" Thig'atid. Rec'itly Jamei Curl is for ciiibcKzlctiient. conspiracy lion, who recently pleaded guilty to village, Saturday wiped the place off nonnced Sunday by lnuslng Collin a cull fr.m bud of Princeton university. Thlr. of tns city flacking arid cmriiience gnme. culminating violating the Iotinclly state antltnts the map again by moving away, Kalr secretary were sentences these K.nglnnd for tits Sheldi.ns. which of The act. wscholnrsUlps. which are to ty tietitent'ory Gover. and nre operated a general store Tloi's lsy In a statement from years be tin been "hipping to poin'i nor Siiinll iiMertln that Wllllniii 1. from six nionihs in three years, but mayor and Owing to th be awarded every year to competing as f ir mil as New York and wct are worth was susnded provld reimivsl of h's fam'ly. North Iterne wtl" each a year (Iliifl.) Kraim. a Member of the grand their execution the slory after falling ed they do not engage tn violations of receive Its mail by rural delivery. Pe. for four years. The awards Include hirv. the law. Angles. tit Ions are being filed for thi-l- return K. II. Conner, to Obtnln ni nipy or H ) t from him. iiES rei-a:i- ve se-u- re . d nv-eni- rd Sen Francisco, Cal. A murky nt- niosphere of whispered or charges of oil sorts were left bchini Monday by the manslaughter trial of Koscoe Arbuckle, which ended w'tli (1'sagreemeiiJt and d'schnrge of tlia jury. Veiled declurations of the prin cipnl characters in the unfin's'.ie.l drama, charging that "propaganda" had been used to influence the Jurors, was the most tangible story of tha many. The rumors started when the bail iffs adopted the practice of changing rooms for the Jury. After Saturday noon no two sessions were held In tne so sue room. Many were in ignorance of exactly where the Jury wob meeting. Reports unconfirmed, of course .had it thut dictaphones hidden in the walls were responsible for the rhlfts of rooms. When the jury reported to the court the foreman stated the count was ten to .two for acquittal. Arbuckle was to leave Monday for southern 'California Tor a few days of rest. He will then return to Sun Francisco to join his lawyers in laying plan? for the second trial, which will begin January 9. He Issued astate- ment bate Sunday declaring that "one woman" on the Jury had prevented a verdict, and claiming that the result Is n moral if not a legal acquittal. District Attorney Matthew Brady was plainly pleased nt the failure ot defense" to Arbuckle's "million-dolla- r obtain en acquittal He Issued a for mal rtatement declaring he hod done his duty "although opposed by wealth. power and Influence. Ho said he was rendy to proceed January 9 with a second trial. Brady denied that thousands of dollars had been spent by the state. "I believe $2f)0 will cover our ex penses, he told the united frees. It was rumored that the defense had cost a half million dollars. Helium Blimp Greets Washington the Wiisliington Naval blimp C-first airship ever to be Inflated with helium, the noinexplosive gas, arrived over Washingim Monday nnd landed a. at the navy nviatlon station nt n suburb, for Inspection by naval officials. The ship left Hampton Roads Monday morning and made On her quick time to Washington. arrival over the city she cruised nt a low altitude over the navy department building, the rood of her motlcs drawing attention of officers and clerks, who rushed to the windows to wave at the airmen above them. The C-- 7 contains In her huge silver envelope virtually the world's available . supply of the new gnu. Ana-costi- Son Shoulders Burden Oyster Bay, N. T. The Santa Claus who gladdened the hearts of Cove Neck school tots at Chr'stmas time Is gone, but the task of carrying the toy bag has descended upon the shoulders of his non. Twenty-fiv- e years ngo tho late Theodore Roosevelt played. Santa flans for the children of Cove Neck rchool, for four of his own tots were pupils there. And then it tiecume a Joyful habit with him to don the red and white suit nnd losg whiskers so well known U little folk. Each year nt Cove Neck the children wrote to tell Santa what they wanted, and Mr. Roosevelt curried the gifts to them. The Santa letters written nt Cove Xeck this yenr have been sent to Assistant Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt ut Washington. t l"lite. b. e 1- fi 00 ls Think Prohibition Law Joke Washington Apathy of many rl?3-r-was blamed as a force preventing a better articulation of the prohiVt'on law by 1'rohll! Ion Commissioner Huyties In nn address Sunday beforo delegate of the Antl. Saloon league convctlon. "Some seem to lave the opinion," he wild, "that the government is not serious, that the luw s a joke, and that the ieople prefer a laugli to a law. It Is a strange sense of humor when men laugh nt the nnstitnt'on." Silence by "Ihe great law-a'o- '.i J.:g nnd luw.iipholillng majority of our rKo.de," be" declared, wus sometimes mls'nter-pscte- d by newspnpuer men nnd public officials fl either disinterestedness or disapproval of the law. on Venezuelo Fases Critical Period Willemstnd, B. W, I. Chaotic conof ditions In Vener.uebi ns o the serious Illness of General Juan Vicente Gome, who for many year has been that country's virtual dictator, are reported In dispatches reaching here. Fears that anarchism ws likely to result in the event of hlr death were expressed In the diapatrh-e- a. It was said General G"mez had miched Puerto CnbelU a Yer.emelaa shore resort, where It waa dclded U take him a fe v duj s ago.