TI BUREAU WALTON TO NOW FILE DEMURRER H DIRECTOR N L IE TIMES-NEW- T MUST FACE TRIAL Execeutive Will Tell of His Attack on Invisible Empire Should He Be IPermanently Ousted Oklahoma City, This week will see Governor Jack C. Walton appearing before tile state senate to answer to the charges of Incompetence corrup. tion and moral turpitude which the lower house of the legislature voted against him. The governor is to come before the senate Thursday and it is believed his appearance will be accompanied by his counsel filing a general demurrer to the charges against him. The senate, sitting as a court, presided over !y the chief Justice of the state supreme court, will consider this demurrer and unless is is the governor must go to trial before that body. Coincident with the opening of the week in which the final attempt to oust the governor comes the report that Governor Walton lias been approached about a Chautauqua lecture contract. ' The report became prevalent Monday and although the governor himself would not comment on It, his friends intimated that he wus It considering such a proposition. was pointed out in case he was removed from office he may accept the If offer, but only on that condition. .Jhe senate finds him Innocent cj the charges It was Intimated that lie of course, would not accept the offer. The governor Is to tell the world about his war with the invisible empire in Oklahoma if he goes on the lecture platform. bus-tain- . Wild Orgies Alleged to Have tmeee In (0H MARIE- HE W W ArftfHlHO Of (look in SrfCo QMMID youU FIKt Bonar Law In Critical Condition The condition of former Tremier Andrew Bonar Law is beSir serious. coming increasingly Thomas Hordor, the famous cancer specialist, hns been unable to check the progress of the grave thrit malady from which the former premier is suffering and his friends despair o' Ms recovery. Those who have Been Mm recently say that lie has failed greatly. London, Billy Sunday Claims $10,537 Niagara Kalis. N. Y. Billy Sunday, noted evangelist left for his home, 'Winona Lake, Ind., Monday after closcampaign here before ing a the largest crowd of his visit. It was estimated that eight thousand per-eoJammed the tabernacle Sunday night several hundred of whom hit the trail Sunday's share of the contributions, including all gifts, was an, nounccd as 510,537. n Dollar Suit In equity for $10.a0,000 was filed In Federal court Monday by Shubert Vaudeville Inc. against the B. V. Keith Vaudeville exchange and the Orphetim circuit, Inc., alleging violation of the federal laws relating to restraint of trade. Files Ten Million suit Robbers Escape With $46,064 Wheeling, W. Va., Loot valued at $40,064, was taken by thieves who raided the Stone and Thomas department store here Sunday night. The discovered when employ, robbery ees report Ing for work, found lxul Vockler, the night watchman, handcuffed to a post on the upper floor of the building. w Bankers Gather at Capital Wanhlngton, Nearly 1000 bankers here assembled Monday for the annual convention of the Investment Bankers' Association of America. Following a business session, President Coolidge had arranged to receive the delegates at the White House. Centenarian Dies .Sylvester Lyman, who celebrated his 103rd birthday ten lays ago, died at his home here SatKt. Ansgnr, la. urday. Work Seeks New Silver Outlet ,Because of the deWashington, crease in the demand for silver fot monetary purposes, Secretary Work has ordered the bureau of mines to survey to determine new institute uses for the metal In commerce and industry. The expiration of the Pitt man act, he declared has left sllvei producers facing the necessity of. finding new markets, end he Intimated Chat, if a preliminary study Indicated tietpful result, definite research work "would be undertaken. . TI stT J?f Provo, Weston Vernon, Jr. Karl, Logan, Toung and Lawrence West, students at the Utah Agricultural college, have been appointed by President Elmer George Peterson as candidates from the college for the Rhodes scholarship. Ogden, Cornelia Mendonzona was found guilty of assault in the city court and sentenced to pay a $20 fine. He Is alleged to struck Adolph Con-trin the eye with his fist General Wood Facing Most Desperate Condition Since U. S. Control: Four Members of Legislature Tender Resignations Thomp-ton-Blac- company Ititz-Carlt- h Lover's Quarrel Leads to Shooting Davenport, la. George Brumbaugh, member of the Butterworth properties of Moline, 111., one of the largest estates in this territory, and Miss Mary Timlin, also of Moline, 'were in a hospital Monday, following a shooting affray, said to have been the outgrowth of a lover's quarrel. Physicians said both probably would die. Brumbaugh was said by police to have shot the woman and then turned the gun on himself. 5 ftl muKoR k Principals of loaned $5000 to Charles It. Forbes, while he was director of the veteran's bureau at a time when the company tvas seeking a contract for the construction of a government hospital, Elias II. Mortimer of Philadelphia, a former agent of the company, testified Wednesday at the senate investigation of the veterans' bureau. Mr. Mortimer said it was near the end of long negotiations for the con- OFFICIAL WELCOME tract and Mr. Forbes told him at a hotel in Washington that Mrs. Forbes fixed the sum at $5009 and he arrangIS GIVEN PREMIER ed with James W. Black and J. W. hoThompson, who then were a.t the tel, to advance the money. Mortimer also told the committee WASHINGTON EXTENDS GREET. that the negotiations for the contract ING TO GREAT BRITAIN'S with Forbes were marked hy a numWAR PREMIER ber of "drinking" parties in Washington, Atlantic City, Philadelphia and New York. He declared the former Visit Marks First Meeting of British director was a frequent dinner guest and American Statesman at his hotel apartment here, and that Since Framing of Verhe paid the expenses of a four days' sailles Treaty the' party at Atlantic City- and also expenses of two parties nt the in Philadelphia. Washington, Washington extended the official welcome of the nation British to Give up Welhalwel Thursday to David Lloyd George, Pekin, An agreement under which Great Britain's war time premier. the British government is willing to From the moment of his early ar relinquish to China rights In Welhal- rival and greeting at the station by wel and surrounding territory acquirtiara Assistant Secretary of State J. ed by lease in 1001 has been reached Butler and Counsellor Chil after months of work by a Joint ton, of Wright the British embassy, the for Chinese-BritisThe mer commission. premiers program for the first agreement has been submitted to the day, beginning with a call on SecreBritish legation and the Chinese fortary Hughes, offered a little opportueign office for approval and ratifica- nity for relaxation after his strenuous to Considerable opiosition tion. trip thus far In America. of the agreement has been the state department, a call voiced by a certain element of tb onLeaving President Coolidge at the White on tne ground House was next Shantung population, the program. that IL T. Liang, head of the Chinese Luncheon there withon the resident commission, has not sufficiently safe- followed, with members of the cabinin the proChina's interests guarded et invited to meet the former premier. posed restitution. At the foreign ofhours had been set RDnrt fice It was said several changes and to Afternoon include the event which Lloyd to the draft probably amendments would be suggested, making early ra- George has said he looked forward with special pleasure among all his tification unlikely. American anticipations his visit with Woodrow Wilson. The visit marks Troops Route Train Bandits the first meetine of the American and Pekin, Troops routed several hun. .British statesmen, since their labor dred bandits who attempted Wednes- of months together in Paris In the day to capture a passenger train on of the Versailles treaty. the Pekin-Hankorailway as it was rraming After ten nf thA Ttrltinh nmhnaqv of the northern part passing through The arrangements h'ad been made for a Honan province, northbound train hacked out of danger, under visit by the former premier and the fire. The locomotive was struck by members of his family to the Walter bullets, but no passengers were In- Red army hospital. Traffic has been suspended juredMidwest Has Early Snow The raid took place at temporarily. Chicago, Itusty snow shovels were Hushangcheng, south of Chengehow. It was reminiscent of the Llncheng brought out of cellars In the Rocky Middle West sections outrage of last spring wnen numer- Mountain and ous foreigners were taken from a Thursday to clean off sidewalks already snow covered, or in preparatrain and kidnapped. tion for the flurries forecast with lowSnow from one ered temperatures. Eleven Navy Officers Involved to five inches deep covers all ColoWashington, Inquiry by the navy east Wyoming and western department to fix responsibility for rado, Dakota South and rain and snow aca seven the loss of destroyers and a which swept east companied gale score of men off Honda Point. Callr Lakes last September 8, entered a more ser- over the Northwest and GreatWestern ious phase Thursday with Secretary region Wednesday night. Minnesota and sections of Montana Denhy's order for the Immediate con- and Idaho reported snow. vening of a general court martial to on officers naval eleven duty try Lake Forces Take Two Boats with the squadron. Milwauki-e- , Wis., Members of the coast guard and federal prohibition Metal Dealers Bid for Ships seized two Inter- Washington. Eighteen metal scrap agents Wednesday concerns submitted bids Friday for lake rum runners and arrested four the six battleships and battle cruisers men as operators. Five hundred cases on the ways at navy ynrds which are of beer and ale were seized. The shipto be scrapped tinder the limitation ments were said to have come from The boats seized The proposals Windsor, Ontario. of armament treaty. are the cruiser, and Mindora, gasoline ranged from $100 for the uncomplet- the No. 2077 It., a speed boat. ed Constitution at Philadelphia to a group bfd for all six ships aggregating Copper Miner's Wages Cut $400,000. Butte, Mont., Notices of a reduction In day's pay were posted at Bankrupt Brokers Indicted Cincinnati, O., George H. Beasell all mining property In .Butte, AnaconIt Is esnd William H. Chatfleld Jr. of trie da and Oreat Fslls Friday. are men affected 14,000 timated that bankrupt brokerage firm of Bearell The wage cut Is operative NovemneT h Chatfleld of this city, were IndictHigh costs of production and low ed Friday by the Hamilton county 1. of metals are given as the reaprice concern Inst The failed grand Jury. sons for the reduction In wages. April for more than 11,000,000. Washington, Provo post of the American day, Legion will observe Armistice November 11, and the executive committee Is considering a program. POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND MORO COUNTRY SITUATION SEEM OMINOUS Been at New York; Money Spent on Dinner Parties Indulged I Notes News From All Parts of UTAH f j SITUATION GROWS SEROUS IN INVESTIGATION SAYS LOAN OF $5000 WAS MADE TO DIRECTOR MAY REFUSE TO GRANT STAY, IN WHICH GOVERNOR A 10 Our Pet Peeve WTNESS SENATE New York, NEPHI, UTAH S, Succeed Harvey Frank B. Kellnge. former felted States senator from selected for Minnesota, hss been American ambassador to London. He will succeed George Harvey, who resigned and the appointment Is exIn the pected to become effective near futnre. Crew Rescued From Burning Ship Highlands, N. J., The British tank steamer San Manuel, from Cardiff. Wales, for New Tork, reported by wireless Wednesday that the schoone wns on fire . McDonald William sixteen miles east of Amhrosa light ship, and that she had rescued the crew. .Bank Robbers Confess Signed confessions Indianapeils, Admitting the robbery of the Relvl. dere State bank, Los Angeles, were obtained by detectives here from Thomas Pranged, of Los Angeles, Securities said. officials police amounting to lio.ooo and $0000 la caah were obtained In the robbery, according to the confession. The tw men were arretted here following tat. holdup ot a filling station la the eat. skins of Us city. Crazy Man Runs Amuck ,'TrlnIdnd, Colo., A man Identified from papers on his person a Tales lero Candelarla, 155, of Monrovia, 'allf ran amuck with a knife, seriously stabbed three male nasseneers and the conductor of San ta Fe train Number 7, westbound, early Thursday before he was sub dued and killed by lrste passengers. Afmrdtn to letters found on Can. delaria he hsd been a recent Inmate of th Pmtereen aatlarlan Kellog Will Washington. long-blade- d Manila, Political developments and reports from the Moro country Sat. urday indicates that a situation exists In the Philippines that is more serious and more complicated than any that has existed here since the AmeriPrice, William A. Fairish arrived can administration became definitely in Price with the body of his wife, established. Mrs. Amelia Parish, who was 'killed While Governor General Leonard in Jumping from an automobile driven Wood and a large force of constabu- by her husband when it skidded on. a lary troops are in Mindanao investidugway near Woodside. CALLEO gating Moro troubles there, the politiWeber county heads the Ogden, cal situation has come to a head in western the resignation of the legislature late list of counties In eleven cow testing with fifty-fiv- e states, FOLLOWING T OUR Saturday night. associations, with an average of 32.T Three representatives and one senaaccordtor, appointed by Governor General pounds of butterfat per head, W. Presof announcement to the ing Wood, have sent In a Joint reslgna-tioton Thomas, county agriculture agent. ELECTRICAL WIZARD DIES UN. accompanied by the announceEXPECTEDLY AT HOME IN ment, that, through appointed by the St. George, The Boy Scouts of St. NEW YORK governor general, they could not In- George have organized a scout band, dorse his policies, and to avoid embarunder the leadership of Professor rassment for him and themselves Earl Bleak of the Dixie college. The Chief Expert For General Electric they deemed it best to quit their initial enrollment Is eighteen. posts. Company Regarded as One of Provo, C. H. Cody, former freight The resignations of the legislators Greatest Electricians are regarded as a destinct victory for agent of the Union Pacific system at of World Cedar City, has been appointed freight the Philippine independence commisto succeed J. W. sion, which for some time haa been agent at Provo who has been transferred to Thomas, memto on prevail appointive . trying Charles Schenectady, N. Y., At Bast San Pedro harbor. Steinmetz, well known electrical wiz- bers of the legislature to resign. coma meeting Saturday morning the II. C. Walker, alias H. Provo ard, died at 8:30 Friday morning. Steinmetz has been under the care mission succeeded in inducing all hut who, officers believe, issue, to agree to resign. bad checks in Provo more tnan nine of a physician for about two weeks one legislator and his death was as sudden as it was Bather than present a divided front months ago, was taken in charge last to the administration, opponents of week by the police department and la unexpected. He made a six weeks' lecture tour the governor general agreed to a de- being held for investigation. lay, and at the night meeting came and returned to his home here exOgden, Harry Stein, railroad man hausted. His physicians ordered him off with a unanimous victory, all apfrom Deeth, Nev., pleaded guilty to members resign. pointive agreeing to bed and refused to permit visitors charge of battery in the city court All hope for cooperation between to see him. and was sentenced to pay a $60 fine Last Monday Is was announced he the executive and legislative depart-is or serve sixty days in Jail. He was ments of the insular government was steadily improving. lost, the legislators said in resigning. unable to pay the fine and was placed Friday morning, according to re- They expressed the hope that the gov- in jail. ports from the death chamber at his ernor would appoint somegeneral or Shooting a duck about Logan, home he told his nurse a minute who will cooperto their body places after sunset cost fifteen minutes so before he died, that he was feeling ate with him. Wilford Nielsen a fine of $25, which fine. With Governor General WTood In was imposed by Judge Asa Bullen in Without warning or sign he turned was impossible to say the city court. Mlndanao.lt over in bed and died. with what his action will be iStelnmetz was born In Germany as a authority Park City, A live deer was capturof the resignations, but it result and was one of the world's greatest is believed he will all the re- ed by a party of motorists near Kam-a- s. accept electrical engineers as well as a rank The animal was turned over to signations forthwith. ing mnthetmatician. the game commissioner. He never married. Heber City, Jack, the Qoolidge Asks Probe Dr. Steinmetz birthplace was Bras- President Coolidge Is son of J. L. Muir of Center Creek,, Washington, was born He April desirous that the senate committee met with a lau, Germany. painful accident, when he lie came to America twen 0, ISO."). of the was thrown from the horse he waa administration investigating years ago. veterans' bureau examine carefully all riding. Both bones of his right leg, Steinmetz was very modest about evidence of above the knee, were broken. wrong doing in the activielectrical his achievements In the ties of the soldier agency. The chief Tom Johnson and Leroy Ogden, world but was proud of his ability as executive conferred Saturday with ct Rows, who pleaded guilty in the a mathematician. Senator Oddie of Nevada, one of the to were the sentenced court technical He wrote a number of Republican members of the committerm textbooks on electricity, most of which tee, and was given a general report state prison for an Indeterminate are considered Invaluable in their on the inquiry up to the present time. of one to five years. Telephone poles Brigham City, special fields. The senator told the president that, In l'J12 be was given the honorary although only one side of the case were blown down and railroad track degree of A. M. by Harvard and the had been heard to date, there had piled high with debris and treese up. sixty-milfollowing Union university, where b been sufficient evidence given to rooted at Honeyvllle, by a was a professor of electricity, and It make It absolutely necessary that the gale which came from the northeast was there the degree of P. II. B. was committee go to the bottom of the Logan, A steady downpour of rain conferred upon him. matter. This was understood to acwhich soon turned into sleet and snow Is greatly Interfering with the harcord with the president's view. Ten Thousand In Voluntary Fast vesting of sugar beets In the valley Dublin, The free state government Dutch Cabinet Resign according to 11. P. Mathews, district announces that no prisoners have The Haugue, The Netherlands cab- agricultural Inspector. been released in consequence of a inet resigned Saturday in consequence Price, Mrs. W. A. Parrlsh, was alhunger strike and that none will be of the rejection by the second chammost instantly killed when she was although freedom might be granted on ber of parliament Friday of the gov- run over by the auto from which she in a At other grounds. meeting ernment's naval bill providing for the Jumped as it started to slide back street Thursday evening, re construction of a fleet for the Dutch down a grade. publican speakers said that ten thouWest Indies. The queen requested the sand persons were now undergoing a ministers to remain In office for the Bingham, At a special meeting ot the town board a clear title was provoluntary fast and would face death present. cured to the Pry Forks canyon water rather than endure prison. snd the remainder of the purchase ' Greek Revolt Ended i price was paid. Coolidge Promises Vets Aid the all Announcement London that was given Washington, Assurance ating Logan, Leaves clogging a Greek rebels have surrendered is conby President Coolidge In a letter to tained in a in a canal which operated the Central from Athens dispatch of the disabled the organization mill caused about 800 feet of the canal Saturday afternoon, the American veterans, made public movement which broke to overflow and the site of the Soldon Thursday that "those In places of na. out In Greece c wmr Memorial lers par early this week thus street was flooded. tlonal responsibility are striving to an end. the utmost to aid and compensate as coming to Hyrnm, Burglars entered the Anfar as compensation Is possible," the A Sons lumber yard at Ilyrum In Paris derson Pershing In the former service men disabled General Pershing arrived by a back window. They toon pocket Paris, World war. "The thousands who bear shells and the scars of the war will always hold here Saturday evening, motoring here knives, razors, crppers, odd pieces of cuttlery roughly valued landed he where from Cherbourg, Ameriof the In the hearts their place He refused to at about $100. . from the lcvlathan. can people," the president said. see the newspaper correspondents or fit George. Dixie collere Is In re--, even to accept their cards, declaring celpt of another worthy ab1ltloWr Dock Strikers Resume Work Vera Cruz. Work was resumed on that he is traveling strictly Incognito Its library, donated by John TTond-bur- y Sr a prominent St. George rltl-sethe docks Wednesday after a strike and desires to be left alone. The eet consists ot 200 volumes. of twelve days. There was no activiTurkish Cabinet Resigns ty, however, on the dock owned by rrovo, An option on 40 acres of The eontro-vers- y Angora, Turkey, The Turkish cab- land Immediately west of the Colum. the railway company. on between the maritime workers' inet suddenly resigned Saturday bla Steel corporation plants has been nnlon and the railway employes led account of general dissatisfaction pre- secured by the Repnhllo Creosotlng an of Incident attack the fled had which by strike cipitated to the virtually company, with headquarters at The dispute between upon the Turkish embassy at Erivan, np the port. Armenia. the two onions has not been settled. Man a Queer Animal. Five Die In Mexican Clash To 'Probe B. C. Rum Running A man makes a good deal of fuse Mexico City, Reports from Telola-pa- over a Victoria, B. C. Rum running out pain unless somebody expect state of Guerrero, state that fed. htm to. of British Columbia ports to various eral forces there fired on citizens In cities of the United States will he Laudable Fear. front of the state legislative buildings, by Jacques Bureau, fedwould like to "take Anyone e year eral minister of customs and Inland killing five and wounding twenty-fivoff." If It were not for the revenue, when he arrives her;, It was or more. A late report states that two ing unable to find the way fear of behack. General understood Friday In government cir- of the wounded have died. cles. It was announced that Guns-dla- n Romulo Flgueroa, who wss responsiHorse and Horse. and United States officials would ble for the massacre, has been orderIt generally happens that the Sver-r-e man has about si much love bold a conference la Ottawa early ed to report here to the war depart for next month te discuss methods ol ment Immediately. The trouble arose mii, iw.wi.iru mm Dm Daj for 1 Wife a netted out of the situation. yoUtloal eqaastle. bantling iauf fUnf as STEI1ETZ n, to-th- ty-fo- di-trl- ed n. n, '