THE ILLNESS HALTS ' BIG HORN RIVER PRESIDENT'S TRIP TIMES-NEW- NEPHL, UTAH S, On the Concrete "f . TURK-AMERICA- f Notes News t From All Parts of UTAH f I N PACT REACHED FLOODS WYOMING t PTOFOLLOW COMPLICATION PRESIMAINE POISONING, DENT CANCELS TRIP WATERS OF BIG HORN RIVER THREATEN INUNDATION OF THERMOPOLIS UNITED STATES TO RECEIVE FA. IPresident to Return to Washington As Soon as Possible; Physicians Give Hint of Heart Trouble Traffic Demoralized as Reports of The United States Without Sign ng The Straits Convention Will Receive All Privileges San Francisco, CaL President Harding is o sick man. How serious Is Harding's illness his i!iysiclans have not said beyond the statement issued late Sunday night had1 saying that "new symptoms" arisen during the day "indicating complications in the case of the president." But it was retarded sufficient. y serious to cause a cancellation of the chief executive's entire California program, nnd to bring about a consultation into which two leading California physicians were called. in Four physicians, participating concluded their the consultation, meeting early Monday without issuing any statement, although Brigadier General Charles E. Sawyer, personal physloian to the president, had previously announced that a bulNone letin would be made public. of the four physicians would make a personal statement The consultants were General Sawyer, Dr. Hubert Work, Dr. Wilbur and Dr. Casper Wyo. More complete reports early Wednesday morning on floed conditions in northwestern Wyoming were that the last high water was rising at Thermopolis, 200 miles north of here, and that many buildings were flooded. Water from the Big Horn river, it was said, was nearly up to the top of the rails on & the Chicago, Burlington Quincy railroad at the depot. This is one of the highest points in the city. The entire town of BoonvlIIe, division point on the Burlington was reported under water to a depth of from two to five feet. Several railroad company buildings have been washed down Badwater creek by the high water, caused by three cloudbursts and heavy rains within the last thirty-si- x hours. At Boysen, where the power plant supplying power and light for Thermopolis, Shoshone and Boysen, is located, is under water and these points were In darkness. Railroad men reported that seven miles west of Lysite the entire surrounding country as far as the eye could reach Tas covered with water. Karly estimates of the damage cnused by the floods were approximately $1,500,000. Damage to the Burlington tracks between Arminto and Thermopolis, a distance of eighty miles was said to be about $7:10,000. Wires are down and full details of the destruction caused when rivers and creeks rushed over their banks have not been determined. A number of bridges are known to have been swept away on the Northwestern railroad between Casper and Lander. Lausanne. The American and Turkish experts reached an agreement Saturday whereby the United States receives the most favored nation's treatment concerning the freedom of the straits for merchantmen and warships. The United States without signing the straits convention will receive all privileges. Also it will be restricted by all limitatioas imposed by that convention, which gives each signatory power the right to maintain three warships, not exceeding 10,000 tons each, in the straits. There is a substituting privilege, that each power may have as many ships as there are possessed by any country bordering on the Black sea.- This, of course includes Russia, which has decided to adhere to the straits treaty. The clause in the treaty covering these questions does not go into details of the regulations code set forth in the straits convention but refers to them in blanket form. Cooper. The calling in of Dr. Oooper, together with other developments. Indicated that th effect of possible on the president's complications beart action was being watched carefully. The decision to call off the California program and to hold in abeyance arrangements for the return to the Atlantic coast by way of the Panama canal was reached at a confer, ence in which Mrs. Harding. Secretary Work, General Sawyer and Secretary Christian soon after made the announcement of the change in plans, saying that the president had approved it because he "realizes the great inconvenience Imposed wpon public authorities, volunteer committees and the people in general by reason of uncertainty whether the program, in which he was to have participated, can be carried out." An informal statement made in connection with the formal announce, ment of the cancellation conveyed the information that Mr. Harding would remain in San Francisco until he This was recompletely recovered. garded by some acquainted with the executive's condition as likely to require ten days or two weeks. Negro Burned for Attack Yazoo City, Miss Willie Minnfleld. negro, who fatally wounded Mrs. William Uussell of Myrleville, near here, with an axe Saturday night, at the stake Sunday after tilxdhound9 had trailed him and an accomplice into a swamp near Myrleville. Mrs. Uussell was asleep when attacked. JSussell came home at midnight and found her, where she 1m l fallen into a trunk. She will not live, physlcliins say. was burned Sugar Takes Price Drop NewYork. Itefined sugar was S"U. In in the New York market Monday r afternoon as low as 8.25 cent pound as the result of a number "f cuts made by big companies, bringing the price down nlwuit 9 cents. In the afternoon Arlmckle Brothers ant B Atkins & Co. were quoting at cents with the rest of the big companies at the 8..T level. Strike Over Suspension Wllest.arre, Pa. More than miners went on strike Saturday tyln- up five collleres of the Hudson Coil company in the Plymouth division befor cause a miner was suspended leading "dirty coal." 4,i Four Kflled in Canadian Wreck Quebec The Kdmoorisen-Qnnhp- c express No. 31 Saturday crashed into a freight from Sharney, near Picard. on the transcontinental railway ion miles east of Quebec. Four trainmen ware killed and several persons were Injured. On Gallows Confesses Killings Waco, Texas. Boy Mitchell, necro was hung here Monday for the mar. der of Mrs. Kthel Denersmp. Before potng to th jrallows he confessed killing not only Mrs. Denecamp, fnit also Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Barker and Homer Turk. Explosions Damage Australian Plant Sydney, N. S. A series of myster. lous explosions occurred here Mon. day. Pipe lines supplying the plant of the British Empire Steel corpora, tlon where a strike is in progress blown tip at several war point", The foforcing the works to ojoee. lic were advised that several mea baa: been seen fleeing from the scene According to- the of one evploslon. !llre the explosions were caused by tombs. New Washouts Received; Six Weeks Required for Repairs CANADIANS GREET forty miles north of here, according to a wireless message received here from the Henderson. This message stated that both engine rooms of the Zeilin had been flooded, but that all nboard her had been safely taken off. The destroyer Nicholas, at the time the message was sent, was attempting to tow the Zeilin into shallow water. BRITAIN PREPARED ARRIVAL OF CHIEF EXECUTIVE WAS MADE OCCASION OF A MILITARY DISPLAY SOME OF BRITISH Harding ia First U. S. Chief Executive to Stand on Soil of Sister Nation; Received By Officials Premiere Poincare Believed to here Absolutely to Ultimatum That German Resistance Must Cease Vancouver, B. C. President Harding made history Thursday. He came to Canada the first American presi dent ever to set foot on Canadian soil with an inspiring message of American friendship and peace which has existed more than 100 years on no firmer foundation than a scrap of paper. The arrival of the chief executive of the United States was made the occasion of a military display excel ling anything previous on his trip. As the Henderson steamed through the Narrows into Burrard inlet shortly before 10 o'clock she was given a salute by the British light cruiser Curlew and destroyer Patrician. When the president stepped down the gangplank he was greeted by another salute, fired by the sixty-eight- h battery of the Fifteenth brigade, Canadian field artillery, nnd taken up by the Cur- Iaris. The French reply to the British reparations note was delivered in London Saturday. It accepts some of the British suggestions and asks for further light on others. It maintains the principle of the Franco-Belgia- n declaration to the effect that passive resistance must cease before negotiations with Germany are undertaken. The document however, will be communicated toLondon after the Belgian government has received a copy and had time to examine It-- As soon as Miners Entombed by Blast M. Herbette. the French ambassador Twenty-eigSheffield, England. in Brussels, reports that Premier men were entombed by an explosion Theunis has the copy in hand. Count Saturday in the Maltby colliery, de Saint Auliere, French ambassador where a fire has been causing in London, will be notified to deliver trouble for several weeks. The terto British the the response foreign rific nature of the explosion made any office. operations to get in communication with the men impossible for some Rail Board Dismisses Dispute were on hand but rescue The wage dispute between time, to start asparties Chicago soon as conditions ready eighteen short line railroads and permitted. Distressing scenes were eighteen railroad organizations reprewitnessed at the pit mouth where woon carriers workers these senting the were anxiously men and children was dismissed by the United States relatives. news of their awaiting railroad labor board In a decision recited decision board's The Friday. Publisher Given 'Prison Sentence that due to the varying work done unNew York. The United States cirder varying conditions by the 4,000 it was cuit court of appeals Saturday afemployes on the carriers, to decide the firmed the conviction of Tr. Edward found impracticable on the evidence offered. K. Rumely, former publisher of the wage dispute S. WalThe board cautioned the carriers in New York Evening Mall, and the dispute not to reduce the pay of ter Kaufman and Norman R. I.indhelm attorneys, for defrauding the alien their employes or change their workon a report on the ing rules until the matter had been property custodian orhandled by representatives of the Mail ownersldp. The three were to serve sento Atlanta dered to case prison failure of in and employes, a?ree had been brought before the tences of a year and n day each. labor board in accordance with the Missouri Lumber Firms Ousted transportation act. .Tefferson City. Mo Nin teen lumber companies in St. Louis and St Funds Juggled, Bank Closes Denver. The shortage which caus- Louts county were ousted from their ed the Hibernla Bank and Trust comright to do business in Missouri and pany of Denver to close Its doors fined an aggregate of .!K'..000 SaturFriday will total at least S200.000 and day by the state supreme court, whb h possibly more, state officials and of- held they had conspired to cho';e M. competition In violation of the state ficers of the bank announced. of the anti-trulaw. C. Harrington, bank said that charges of defalcation Train of at least $200,000 would be filed Alleged Thieves Jump Fro-of the ft ii in of T Jn P Flovd. secretary Pittsburg. Kan. It. It. Jones and bank, who Is being detained and of Harry McCafferty. al'eged motorcar conspiracy to defraud the bank against thieves being taken from Cheyenne, Maurice Mandell. Denver broker who Wyo.. to Carrollton. Miss, by Sherirf to have been Floyd's oc- - T. K. ISoscoe of Corrdlton. Jumped Is nUe'-'e- d from the window of a St. Ixmls & complice. San Francisco train shortly after the Yachtsman Fined on Liquor Charge train left Arcadia, Kansas, Saturday a morning. New York. Julian B. Baker, . l vaMit 1nH In iTnmnin m imt member oinwim, . .. . , ... , t '' i.l I... neepsnean nay "j Italian Troops Battle Rebels of customs collector Barnes, assistant between Italian Rome. Former of Secretary to be a brother In the rebels armed and troops of War Newton D. Baker Friday was north of Cyrenalca. Annghlr fined $l.O0 nfter "oat euards boardAfrb-a- . Is reported in a dispatch from ed his motor boat Modesty. Thursday town of Bengaxf. It the Cyrenacan found and outside the three mile limit the rebels have been raidthat says six cases of whisky aboard. ing the population, which recently Faces .Robbery Charge submitted to the Italians. er Omaha. Neb A. F. Page, private detective of Peoria. HI., who Is President Ptomaine Poison Victim held by Omaha police on advice of Harding's fin Board President Peoria po'lee. who charre him wltb Spe-ia- l An attack of ptomaine point bank a In robbery participation soning, brought on by eating supLow Point. 111., June 4. last slrned posedly fresh crab on the transport 1oo-wornn d Thursday afternoon Henderson returnln? from A'aska. confession, according to Omaha police, caused President Harding Saturday of was the rullty declaring that be to succumb to the care of physicians. charges. London Observes War Anniversary Fake Warrant Entilnee'S Theft Ixwd'-The annlvers'ry of the armd outbreak of the World Snn Francisco Three r"-wa was coma ' h warrant, memorated Saturday by a trrra' "no with a purported raided the home of Harry F. Mor. more war" denv nstratto?! In Hyde ns took risen, assemblyman from San Fran- park In which 1'.001 stocl? ,f part. Messages were read from the cisco and carried away liquors valued at approxlma'ely $27,000 United States, France, Uermanv and elsewhere, and anil war resolutions Wednesday nlzht. It was learned Mile. were adopted, after which be bad asserted that They Friday. re:rrs faurist..the Frrnh ntatlvp Cnnad from since obtained the liquor embraced Fraulln Winl thi tier, the prohibition law had become man delegate, amid the enfhniutt nm was It and tha essary for Applause t the crowd. tV.-to confiscate It. SUGGESTIONS ACCEPTED; LIGHT REQUESTED ON PROPOSITIONS The president was received by a combined guard of honor from the Curlew and Patrician, another guard with king's nnd regimental colors, two military bands and a detail of the royal Canadian mounted police. Formal welcome was extended at the pier by officials of the dominion, the province of British Columbia and the city of Vancouver. After making n brief response, Mr. Harding, with Mrs. Harding and other members of the party, were escorted to automobiles for a parade through the city and to Stanley park, where the executive delivered the principal address of his visit. Terrific Heat Swelters Texas Dallas, Texas. Nobody In Texas Wednesday slept under blankets niirht. The night seemed as hot as the day before and Thursday seemed about to repeaf such soaring temperatures as 110 at Wbhlta Falls: 10? at Temple and Marshall. 107 at Paris and Omaha, Texas, 10 at Oainiville, 10" at Texarkana. 101 at Fort Worth, and Waco, and Wl nt Austin nnd Dallas. Most of thee figures are records. Woman Given High 'Position Washington. Dr. Louise Stanley, a native of Nashville, Tenn., and now dean of home economics at the of Missouri. Columbia. Mo., has been gelerted by Secretary Wallace to bead the newly established bureau of home economics of the de. She will partment of agriculture. assume her duties September 1. She will receive n salary of about $",000 a Former President and Solons Meet year. LI Yuan Shan.'liol. Hun who wm forced from office by American KllleJ In Mexico K. Tex. IS. KI Paso. Newman, a military coup in Peking has arrived ram her of the Snn Andres mountain here with HOO members of th Chinthe section, near Tu'ar sa. New Mexico, ese parliament, gathered for conhas been killed by bandits south of ostensible purpose of enacting a the International line at Columbus. N. stitution. I.I has several times put to a report received forth (he claim that his abdication M., according was illegal. here. ty Lincoln's Companion Dies Pottsvllle. Pa. John Kchnllz, who because of his unusual holght 8 feet (i lnhes. was selected by President Lincoln to stand beside Abraham him when be reviewed the Northern troops at the close of the Civil war, Is dead at his home here. Philippine Party Official Res'gns Vice President Suniutong of the Philippine Iemocrallc pnrty re. signed Thursday as. a result of the government crisis which led to the resignation of many members of the cabinet. He claimed that his altitude was not supported by the party. Flour Poor Bakers Close Duseldorf Tl bakers of Dussel. dorf, in protest against the poor qualify of flour they say in being supplied by the German dealer, closed the doors of their shops Thursday for 24 hours. Most of Dusseldorf"s families re without bread. Boy Killed In Fireworks Blast Philadelphia One unidentified boy was killed and four youths were slightly Injured Thursday in an explosion In a shack connected wl'h the United States Fire Works Manufnc-turin- g company at Cardlngton. The property loss was small. Mark Twain's Last Home Des royed Worm field the Bedding. Conn. home of Samuel I Cremene (.Mart Twain) In the closing years of Ms life a picturesque villa on a ridge In this town was burned early It was unoccupied for many years aftr Mr. Clemens' death tin) was bought last December by Mrs Ma rags ret K. Given of New York. The home was built to arry out the Ideas and wishes of Mr. Clemens and with the other buildings comprised a couttry estate. Fire Burrs Famous Hotel New York. The Whlttl-- r Inn at Se Gale, Coney ts'and. housing about 200 guests caught fire Thursday afternoon and the flames spread ta the Three roofs of adjacent houses. alarms were turned in and ambu- lances summoned. by a high wind, two of the three stories of the frame structure were destroyed a"nd it was feared that the entire huildin? would be razed with a loss of $I9V Manila. Wed-nesda- J 000. sician. Turco-Americ- Ad- Brakeman Wounded In Battle Omhaa, Neb. Wiley W. Jones, Omaha, a Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroad brakeman was in a hospital Saturday suffering from bullet wounds which he said were inflicted during a pistol fight on top of a moving stock train near Gretna, Neb. early Saturday morning, between a transient and two alleged I. W. W. when the organizers, precipitated trainman refused the organizers' demands to join the organization and pay membership dues. The transient was unhurt. ht lew. Million Homeless By Flood Peking A million people have been made homeless in Anhul province where 20 districts have been inundated by flooding rivers due to heavy rains. Biver dikes disappeared and whole villages were swept away by the flood crest. The lo-- s of life reported is appalling. Survivors who were aide to make their way to the hills are cut off from all food supplies and were unaware of the accident. t'nl-versi- FRENCH REPLY TO EXECUTIVE PARTY President's Ship Rams Destroyer Seattle, Wash. The navy transport Henderson, carrying President Harding and his party, returning from a tour of Alaska, rammed the destroyer Zellln In Puget sound, Ogden. During warm weather all county dogs in Ogden and Weber must be muzzled, according to Dr. Roy H. Wilson, city and county phy- VORED NATION'S TREATMENT IN THE EAST st n j j . m ! re-.ii- fo-m- s- e . ' Logan C. P. Cardon was elected president of the Camber of Commerce to succeed Dr. R. O. Porter. Struck by the steps of an . Ogden. incoming train at the Intermrban depot, Mrs. Fannie Young, 50, is nt a local hospital suffering from a num, ber of bad bruises. Prove Hyrum West of Pleasant Grove was sentenced by Judge J. B. Tucker to 60 days in the county jail for driving an automobile while la. toxlcated. Provo. The assessed valuation of Utah county for 1923 is now complete and shows a total of $51,074,040, ns compared with $51,257,987 for 1922. Price. A fire which threatened the two big oil and gas plants here started when the U. S. government garage tank house, under which is the big storage tank for the Star mail route trucks, took fire. Ogedn. Lyman Stanger, 18; Fred Rokes, 22, and E. II. Lythgoe, 20, all of this city, were each sentenced to pay $50 fine or serve fifty days in jail when they were convlctea of speeding. ' Spanish Fork S. L. TJ. Railroad to the public company has applied utilities commission for permission to install a grade crossing at a spur to the Utah-Idah- o Sugar company's factory at Spanish Fork. Nephi. Jack Booth, 4, was instantly killed when he was knocked down and trampled on by an Infuriated cow. Nephi The second accident within a short period took place at Mona when Mildred Newton. 15 years of age, daughter of F. Newton of Mona, was struck and perhaps fatally injured by an automobile. Layton. George Adams, 5 years of age son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Adams, was kicked in the face by a horse, suffering painful cuts on his nose and under both eyes. WellsvUle A fire of unknown origin completely destroyed the WellsvUle meat market, belonging to Henry Haslan. Pleasant Grove Falling with his horse down a steep slide of 300 feet, Scoutmaster Paul Walker was painfully injured while riding in Ameri. can Fork canyon. ranguitch The State Bank of Garfield at Panguitch closed its doors by direction - of Seth I'ixton, state bank commisioner, who automatically becomes receiver of the institution under the state law. Provo. Ysaac Baldez, was killed when he was thrown from an nuto. mobile trailer near Thistle. Logan A large party of men are working In Logan canyon to remove the C'OO feet of old pipe lino nnd COO feet of flume which City has decided not to repair. Smlthfleld Hot peas, together with flying fragments of the cooker lid, pelted and burned a score of workmen here when a safety valve of a steam pressure cooker failed to cpera'o at the Morgan Canning company's ' plant Bountiful The Rnniptn Auto company garage was entered by fore. fivt Ing open a rear window nud tires valued nt $73 were stolen. Ogden. Weber county must nt once of a new begin the construction county jail. This was the ultimatum which was given to the county com. mission following the conference with the commission nnd the state health board. of. Ogden Plan for the building the Rlverdale viaduct over the Unlo Pacific railroad track at what it curve commonly called "Mankiller" have been checkei In the office ot the United States bureau of. public roads and sent to the state road bridge department at Salt Lake. Rlnghnm Ground Is being broken for the erection of a clubhouse by the Utah Copper company on the site of the old Sbawmnt mill. Lnyton Layton Scout Troop No. 1 has organized n scout brass hand. scoots have signed op for Thirty-fiv- e membership. Richmond For each dollar spent for feed the members of the Rich, mond Lewlston cow Testing association received n retr,rn of $3.22 o their cows during the month of June. 11ie Utah Central Salt Transfer company has applied t the public untitles commission for permission to operate an automohlU freight line between Provo and and Intermediate points. Date for a bearing of the applli atlorj will be announced later. Mt Pleasant. Deputy Game Warden P. A. Poulson has received a of twenty-fiv- e Chinese shipment pheasants to be placed In the fields here under the protection of thi ral game club.