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THE TWO PRELATES ARE GIVEN HIGH OFFICE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH S, Events in the Lives of Little Men BRYAN Hi FAVOR MAY ADD MORE OF YOUNGER PROBES TO LIST ARCH BISHOPS ARE COMMONER APPRECIATES COM. WITH HONOR OF PLIMENT GIVEN HIM BY OKLACARDINALS AT ROME HOMA LEGISLATURE AMERICAN Allocaution Declares Eteva, tiotn of Prelates Is Recognition of Charity Work by United States Home, Monsignor Putrick J. Hayes, archbishop of New York and MonMundelln, arch, slgnor George W. liisop of Chicago were made cardinals of the Roman Catholic church at secret consistory Monday in the historic hall of consistory at the Vatican. The ceremony carried out in conformity with centuries old ritual, was per. formed In majestic solemnity against a setting of colorful splendor. two American prelates thus The raised to the dignity of princes of but the church were not present, awaited notification of their elevation at their respective temporary in Rome, in actlaces of residence custom. cordance with Cardinal Hayes received the "bigliettl," as the notification is called, nt the Ameri. can college and Cardinal Mundelein nt the college of Propaganda. In his The pope allocution, de. clared America to have attained that h "primacy" in charity and wished to remember this in an unusual way. Therefore, he elevated tc the sacred purple two prelates whose qualities and the importance of whose sees warranted it. "In the immense family which God has confided to us," the pope said, "there are brothers more favored by diviine providence who, through the Father of all, come to the assistance of their less fortunate brothers in their trials and disaster. "Our heart is touched and at the same time exalted toward God, thinktheir magnifi- ing of and beholding cient acts of filial piety and fraternal Former Candidate Might Consent to Run if In Remote Contingency He Should Be Drafted cive Investigations Are Now Under Way and Two More Are Being Considered; May Report on Farm Relief William Jennings Omaha, Neb., a candidate for the Bryan Is not presidency, but Is anxious to see a younger man take leadership of the Democratic party, he said here in commenting on the recent action by members of the Oklahoma legislature who indorsed him for president. The matter. In his opinion, however, will be settled long before the and be ancontingency will arise nounced he was making this assertion In a form letter being sent out in reply to Inquiries. Mr. Bryan, stopping off here briefhome at ly en route to his former Lincoln, where Wednesday he observed his sixty-fourtbirthday anniversary and attended a meeting of the Democratic state committee, added that only in the ''very remote contingency" that the party "cannot find anyone else to draft" would he consider getting into the presidential race. In that event he said, he would consider whether it was his duty. Mr. Bryan had not heard of the action in Oklahoma, but apparently was gratified. "I am like the colored man," he to change a said, "who was asked r bill and replied, "I can't do it, but I appreciate the compliment.' It is gratifying to, have such expressions of confidence after being in politics for thirty years, but I am not a candidate and I am anxious to see a younger man nominated who can do what I did in 1890 namely take up the leadership of the party and continue the fight until victory is won." Prediction of victory for his party charity. was made by Mr. Bryan, jvho assert"We find pleasure In expressing to ed the party's nominee for president them from this exalted place in the should be "progressive and dry," these distinguished assembly a fervent two qualifications being considered by of our gratitude, that of a him as "essential." father who feels himself much indebted on behalf of his suffering children. Support For Unborn Ordered "We feel, however that something Colo. For the first time in Denver, would be wanting In this expression the a court of history of gratitude if special mention were has moved to civilization, protect the rights of not made of the and children to be born. Juvenile Court posititlon the United States of Judge Benjamin Lindsey of Denver part which America took and maintained In this has ordered payment by the county concourse of charity. of sums of money guaranteeing the "From moment In which our care of two unborn children six monvoice was first raised In behalf of the ths in advance of their birth and to poor, starving children of Russia, the continue for six months after birtn. episcopal clergy and people of the Names of the prospective mothers United States responded to our ap- do not appear in the court record. and gener- Both were peal with a promptness entered as "Jane Doe" osity which t once placed them in cases and court protection will be the first ranks In this crusade of granted both mothers and children charity." without publicity of the names. Several months ago, Judge Lindsey, Dempsey Gets Big Offer champion of protection of unborn New Tork, Jack Kearns, manager children as an antidote for the preof Jack Dempsey, heavyweight chamvalence of illegal surgical practices, pion, has announced that he was con- engineered the law protecting1 these sidering a $1,000,000 motion picture infants and their mothers in Denver. offer and two proposals for title Through hisr influence, the measure fights, one from Tex Richard and the was enacted into law, but this is the other from James J- - Ooffroth, Califor. first time, in actual practice, it has nla promoter. The motion picture ever been carried out anywhere. offer came from Carl Laemmle, head t a large producing concern, Kearns Bergdoll Wants Bodyguard h declared, who also disclosed that Eberbach, Germany, Grover Clevehad renewed a previous bid for land an official of Bergdoll wants a title battle at Tijuana between the United to States government Iempsey and Harry Wills, while guard and accompany him If he is to Richard had offered terms for a return home and face charges of draft match with the best avallale contendThe notorious Philadelphia evaglon. er here in September. slacker expressed lack of confidence In overtures of certain newspaper reMexican Ambassador Leave presentatives. Bergdoll said he would United .States Am- be Iaredo, Tex., to stand trial for evason of B. bassador Charles Warren left the willing draft at almost any time since the Neuvo Iviredo Monday for Mexico maximum sentence is one year's ImCity, accompanied In a special car by prisonment, but be Intends to stay In Stuart B. (irummon, third secretary Germany for a while yet. He Is still of the embassy In the Mexican capiwithout official offers concerning his tal, who came here to meet htm. Am. pnrjiosed return, he said. bassador Warren declined to make statement except to express any Will Enlarge Naval Hospital pleasure that be was on bis way to Washington. The house has adoptMs Mexican post. amendment by Reed a navul 1.111 of Vinson (Dem.) presentative Greece May Become Republic to Increase th capacity of Georgia Athens, Greece, one of the oldest the naval hospital at San Diego, Cal., of the world's monarchies Monday from r.00 to 750 beds. enlarge the took utops to become the newest re. hospital at Pearl Harbor, Hawsll and Greek an The public. assembly jy replace the hospitals at Mare Island overwhelming majority, adopted the and Canacao,, P. I., with fireproof cabinet s program for dethronement structures. The amendment did not of the monarchy and establishment of Ielfy the amount to be expended. a republic. Borah Would End Investigation Expforer Die Washington. Preducting that unBerlin. Joachim Count of Pfell and less there was a change in policy, Klein EMguta, geographer and explor. tax legislation and relief measures er died at Grlofenburg. Silesia. He generally would fail, Senator Borah was 07 years old. The count was (Rep.) Idaho, told bis colleagues rovernor of the Bismarck archipelago that the time had about arrived when In the Pacific from IW to lHKi. He "we should dissolve ourselves as a Introduced cotton production In Bnt rrand jury and resume the business Africa. of legislation.'' -- T PICTURES rue Washington. With five investigations in full blast and two or three in a state of temporary quiesence, congress is expected to decide whether two more shall be added to the list investigations of the aircrait industry and of the bureau of engraving and printing. The Daugherty investigation, the Teapot Dome investigation, the shipping board investigation and the revenue bureau investigation will take up where they left off last week and the investigation of alleged lano frauds in the Rio Grande valley of Texas, asked by Senator Heflin, Democrat, of Alabama, will begin. Investigation of charges against two members of congress by a Chicago grand jury has been authorized but is held up waiting action of a Washington grand jury which , Is hearing evidence in the case. The diploma mill investigation, leaded by Senator Copeland, Democrat, New York, is for the time being inactive, as it is the senate's Senator propaganda investigation. Moses, Republican, New Hampshire, Is chairman of the propaganda committee and also chairman of the committee, which will investigate Senator Heflin's charges. While all these committees already have authority to investigate, the house must vote on resolutions by Representative Nielson, Republican, insurgeat, of Wisconsin to investigate the aircraft industry and fy Representative King, Republican, to investigate charges of bond duplication in the bureau of engraving and printing. Meanwhile certain senators, contemplating demanding investigation of Red river oil legislation passed in the closing days or the last congress. Business in the senate in the way of legislation this week will center largely around a bill to tax gasoline in the District of Columbia; the proposal of Senator Wadsworth, Republican, New York, to give states the power to affirm or reject the action of legislators in passing on constitutional amendments; action by Vthe agricultural committee on a reforestation policy measure offered by Senator McNary, Republican, Oregon; and possible decision in the senate on the McNary-Hauge- n farm relief measure. No appropriation bills are pending in the senate. The house will take up soon the Fish resolution for a $10,000,000 ap, proprlation to purchase food supplies for relief of German women and children and the tw0 resolutions authorizing aircraft and bureau of engraving Investigations. All of the proposals are expected by leaders to be adopted. Within a short time the house will resume debate on the army bill, which began Saturday and during the week the independent offices approwill be reported and priation bill taken up when the army bill Is out of the way. The Immigration bill and the Chandler-Blooelection contest from New York are exacted to FtRiT FINANCIAL HELP IS ASKED ARE VERY COSTLY FOR MINING CAMP h TEX Free State Troop Arrest Nine Dublin. Free State troops took Into custody nine men. Including Colonel Joseph Dolan and other army officers accused of Joinin the recent protest against ing the government's demobilization plan. Th men were found holding a meeting with thirty or forty others In a house In I'srnt'll Square, wlil. li whs "Mn : raided by Free Slate forms and Co'onel Major General To!in Da lion, leaders of the army nvitiny. RICHARD APPEARS BEFORE GOVERNOR APPEALS TO WEST. ERN STATES FOR ASSISTANCE COMMITTEE WITH FIGHT FOR UNFORTUNATES FACTS Pictures One Hundred Thousand Dollars WilJ Fight Cause Investigation By WashBe Raised to Care For Widows and Orphans of Castle-gat- e ington Officials; Many Are Involved Dempsey-Carpenti- Tex Richard New Washington, Salt Lake City. Appeal of GoverYork figlvt promoter was called before nor Mabey to the people of Utah the Duugherty investigating commit- and sister states to subscribe at least for the purpose of caring for striken widows and orphans at Castlegate, Utah, made so by the catastrophe in the mine of the Utah Fuel company, was formally made Thursday in the issuance of a proclamation. The Utah Fuel company is taking care of dependents of the victims, seeing that they obtain the necessary credit for food stuffs, etc., until such time as the compensation payments begin. The company, it is announced, is meeting every requirement ol the law and, further, is providing material assistance to the widow: and orphans, so that they will noi want pending adjustment of claims. The governor's proclamation reaas as follows: "A disastrous explosion has recently occured at Castle Gate, Utah, resulting in the untimely death ol 172 miners. As a result of this formidable catastrophe approximately 150 women have been widowed ano 2600 minor children have been left fatherless. What was a few days ago a scene .of industry and tranquility has been transformed into one of anguish and sorrow. "Many of these 417 dependent bereft of their breadwinners face the future without adequate resources for their protection and sustenance. "A thorough and intelligent survey has been made of the conditions and circumstances of each family thus bereft, said survey having beer accomplished by a committee of disinterested citizens appointed by the chief executive of the state of Utah "It is apparent from the report ol the committee referred to that there is a crying need for help among these women and children, living victims of the terrible disaster. "Now, therefore, I, Charles R Mabey, governor of the state ol Utah, by virtue of the authority vested in me, hereby appeal to the people of' Utah and to those of our sister states to come to the succoi of these distressed widows and children. I urge that public subscriptions be made in the sum of not less than $100,000, said fund to be disot bursed only to the dependents those who lost their lives in the explosion, by a committee to consist oi the following: 'The three members) of the state industrial commission. "A representative of the Utal Fuel company. "A member of the board of countj commissioners of Carbon county. Invited Coolldge of the Carbos "A Livingston, Mont., President Coo- county representative of the American Red chapter oflldge has been formally Invited to formal opening of Cross. ficiate at the "Three representatives to be chosYellowstone park to take place at the en by the governor from the state at northern gateway Gardiner, Mont., on June 20. The Livingston chamber at large." of commerce extended the Invitation. Historian Dies Halliard Hunt, the Washington, Japanese Prince Die Tokio. Prince Tiratado Kwacho, historian died suddenly at his home head of the collateral branches' of here Thursday of heart failure while the imperial Japanese family, died conversing with Representative Moore of Virginia He was CI years of ag Tuesday of spinal mengitis. tee to testify regarding his interest in exhibition of the Dempsey-Carpentifilms. He told of uoma, knowing Joe New York representative of Edward B. McLean, publisher, Washington and Fred C. Quimby, film producer, who have been connected by testimony witli the picture "deal." Richard said he could not remember meeting Jess Smith, dead friend of Attorney General Daugherty, but had known Muma ten years. with Muma opened negotiations him, Richard said about June 15, 1921, for showing the films outside New Jersey. Many details of the previous accounts of the "deal" were corroborated by Richard, Including exhibition of the at McLean's pictures home here. He also said there was a man named "Martin" Interested In the transaction. contract by Richard told of the which Muma and Martin, who signed of the prowere to get 50 per cent ceeds. W. A. Orr's 20 per cent, Uick-nr- d said, was to come from the interest of Muma and Martin. dated June 30, The film contract 1921, was on the stationery of. the Cincinnati Enquirer. contract A second produced by Rickard, provided for a 20 per cent share to Orr and 15 per cent each to Muma and Martin. Rlckard denied that at the start of the exhibitions, the plan contemplated of the films before Initial showing and then to have small to permit fines Imposed on "goats" further exhibitions. Muma told me he though lie could to distribute the get a law passed "Get a films," Rickard explained. Wheeler exlaw passed?"- - Senator "You know he did not, and claimed. yet you agreed by contract to give him 50 per cent of the receipts from the pictures?" "Yes." Rickard told of knowing Alfred R. Urion, lawyer, identified in the picture "deal'and also identified as a friend of Mr. Daugherty. Illinois and New York were the only states where he was fined, Rickard said, adding that Quimby "attended to" sales for exhibition In other states. Rickard submitted a statement of proceeds from the pictures, showing that fines were included as "expenses'' of promotion. Rickard said he paid percentages of the profits to Muma, Orr and Martin while knowing the pictures were being shipped in violation of the law. er Cof-fort- New Secretary on Job Wushlngton, Curtis D. Wilbur of California the new secretary of the nnvy, arrived In Washington Monday conferred with President Coolldge and then wn Installed at his desk at the nnvy department. Secretary and Mrs. Wilbur were mot at the station by two naval aide in one of the White House automobiles. Mr. Wilbur went direct to the Whit Hons and flpent quarter of an hour with the prest. dent in a general disfussion of hi new work. vr 1 1 HOUSE MUST VOTE ON INQUIRIES INTO AIRCRAFT AND U S. BOND CHARGES INVESTED Pope's f Notes News From All Parts of J I U1AH A: I Wed-Besdn- ? Girl, 9 Travel Alone Valerie Lake Tonnlson, Chicago, 9 years old arrived here Wednesday, unaccompanied, except by a doll on a trip from Moorcroft, Wyo., The child Is to Philadelphia, Pn. going east to Join her mother, following the death of her fathr. Railroad officials agreed to "tag" the little girl through when It wa found the mother was financially unable to go Pasto Wyoming" for her daughter. a great fancy to the senger took little one. liOOO-mll- J $100,000 Naval Academy Plans Reunion have beer Annapolis, Md.. Plans launched to mako this year's reunion of the United States Nnvy Academ) Graduates association the largest Id May 31 has been set as the history. date, and Invitations will be extended member to President Coolldge and of his cabinet, several of whom are togcthei graduate of the academy, with officer of distinction on the ac. five and retired lists of the navy. A big time I expected. follow. Some leaders expect the house committee to report a farm agri-cultur- relief measure during the week. The Is expected tc Judiciary committee present a resolution for a child labor constitutional amendment on which Representative Longworth, Ohio, the Republican leader has said there will be action at this session. Bonus Estimate too Low Washington, The bonus estimate that Its soldier bonus bill will cost $2,119,000,000 'Is "much too low," Chairman Smoot, L'tah, of the sen. te finance committee declared. Mr. Smoot said that the similar paWl up life Insurance bonus plan he has pro posed would cost at least $4,000,000,- 00O. He hag modified his proposal, which called for Insurance policies valued on the 4b per cet Interest, to make the rate 4 cent as projcr This vided by the house. change would cut down the cost about $.100,. uw 1,000. Palestine Fund Opened The $1,120,1(00 Palestine foundation fund was opened nt Cooper tnlon by Dr. Chain Welssman, president of the world Zionist organization In the presence of more than a thounsnnd Jews. New York Slide Play Havoc In Colorado TellnrMe, Colo., Following two reeks of constant snowfall, slide? are p!aylng havoc In and near Tellu. Denver Rio ride, blocking the Grande Western brunch railroad south to Rico. are reported Other as ca'rrylng out both power and tele, pbone lines and wrecking the water pumping station of th t nlon 8mr,-glproperty aear hera and tramway equipment of the Black mine are also aamagea. er I I V I'rovo, An organization to conduct whlcn. the "better home" campaign will be made during the period of perfected at a May 11 and 18, was meeting in the I'rovo chamber of com-" merce. Ogden John A Sneddon of Ogden was appointed by the Juvenile court commission as juvenile court Judgefor the Second districtv The latter inand Davis cludes Weber. Morgan counties. Judge Sneddon succeeds L. J. Hother, who resigned February 25. He assumes his duties this T week. r iSalt Lake Gasoline tax fund money available for distribution this year, amounting to approximately $150,000. basis. will be" apportioned on a all allotments maintenance of for state roads to be matched by equaJ amounts, to be paid by theiarious counties. Increased Ogden, Because of the work In the county legal department caused by liquor eases County Attorrequested ney David J. Wilson has the county commissioners to give him. an assistant county attorney. Governor Charles Salt Lake, Utah, has appointed twenty-on- e citizens to serve as a committee to take charge of the raising of a relief fund for the dependents of the 172 miners who lost their lives as a result of the explosions at the Utah Fuel company's mine at Castlegate March 8. Salt Lake, Artists of Utah are to mak an exhibit of their pictures In the restroom or lobby of the hall ot in the house of representatives cleaned which is now being and repainted so that the display of pictures may be placed on the walls. It Is the intention of the artists It Is said, to keep pictures on display ia this room, the custodian granting permission at all times. trips will Logan, Extensive field "national be conducted during the school" at the U. A. C. supplementary to class instruction, according to Dr. George It. Hill, Jr., a member of the special committee on field excursions. The classes in botany zoology and geology will take many excursions to places of particular interest near the. college while week end excursions will be conducted to more remote regions. Brigliam City, At a recent meeting of the city council a motion prevailed that Brigham City go to the Maple-springsoutheast of Mantua to procure its permanent culinary water City Manager Ruel M. supply. Instructed by the has been council to go ahead with the work c. procuring a right of way for the pipeline. Brigham City, At a meeting of the fruitgrowers of this city at the Coman organization mercial club rooms, was effected e known ns the Brigham City Berry association. J. Floyd Lea Hansen and Ira W. Knudsen, Larsen were named as directors. The purpose of the organization is about a closer cooperation of the growers and to effect a standardization of variety, crates and pack itt this section. Salt Lake A total of 10,095.57 Iron county acres of state land in will be offered for sale at public auction at I'arowan at 3 o'clock in the afternoon of April 21, it was announced at the office of J. T. Oldroyd, state land commissioner. There are twenty-eigh- t parcels in various parts of the county, varying from forty acres to 1329.4 acres. It Is chiefly grazing land. Salt Lake City. W. S. Mosgrip, eminent judge of livestock, of Lake Elmo, Minn., who will be one of the many nationally known judges at the seventh intermountain livestock show which opens April 1, at the Salt Lake Union Stockyards will be especially feted by stockmen of the intermountain region, according to plans being worked. out by Dr. R. N. Mead, manager of the livestock exposition. Ogden. The memorizing of "The with special Ten Commandments' emphasis on "Thou shalt not steal" was part of the sentence imposed upon Ray Purington, 19, who was charged with taking a carpet and linoleum from his father's house and selling store for $2.50 them to a second-hanwhen he pleaded guilty to a charge of petit larceny before City Judge D. R-- Roberts. Prove The Provo chamber ol commerce has voted to give its support to the movement to secure $30-00for tha construction of a road ranch in southern from Andersen' Utah to Zion National park. The proposed plana calls for $300 from Provo City. 50-5- 0 s Es-kels- on to-b- ' d More Monotonous Crawford So you're buck from your Western trip already, fid yon tire of the endless expanse of scenery? Johnson No. but 1 tired of the endless expense of hotels. The AmerW can Legion Weekly. A Nice Touch P.lske How will Doctor Carver new hospital be furnished? Drake 1 understand therell be twin In every room. American death-bed Legion Weekly.