THE SCHOOL STUDENTS FOREIGN MEDALS Dt TIMES-NEW- S, NEPHI, UTAH Along the Concrete TAX BILL READY WE'GllON MUCH DAMAGE MANY EVANSTON, ILL., IS SCENE OF BATTLE WHEN COLLEGIATES CELEBRATE r Live in Utah DRAFTED BY NONPARTISAN COMMITTEE BILL AWAITS ACTION ?' FROM Privilege FOR ACCEPTANCE BANKERS AND PUBLISH FRENCH HON-JCRS 38 News Notes to It' a Salt Lake City. A state wide convention of the Utah Taxpayers association will be held on December 7tn, at the Newhouse Hotel, Salt Laka If Accepted Burden Of Government City. The taxpayers committee from, all counties of the state will join with, Will Be Cut $336,236,000; Reducthe General committee to discuss the tion Limit Has Been problems which confront the taxpayExceeded ers of Utah. The sessions will be held at 10 and 2 o'clock with a big dinner meeting at : 30 p. a. Washington. A revenue bill Provo. The 1925 school census of' the annual federal tax burden by Provo has Just been an amount placed by the treasury at ing a total of 3911 completed, showboys and girls of $336,236,000 has been completed by school age In Provo, a gain of twenty-on- e the house ways and means over the census of 1924, which ABROAD OF CONGRESS Firemen Called Out And Are At The" Investigation Is Demanded To Ascer tain Why Such Medals Are Being Mercy Of Students;, Lose EquipBestowed; Propaganda Is Reament; Fraternity House " son Says Senator Destroyed Washington. A sweeping congres sional investigation into the wide spread decoration of Americans by all was forecast foreign governments here as the list of prominent Ameri cans who have been made members showed a school pupulation of 3890. of the French Legion of Honor was The census shows a total of 1975 Drafted on a the basis made public from Paris. nonpartisan boys and 1936 girls of school age. measure was The unanimously approved of the object ' a policeman had two broken ribs, four inquiry is to dethe directed which by Salt Lake City. Automobile milecommittee, termine the extent to which foreign stndents were in jail, scores had black Chairman Green to report it to the age for employes of the state has eyes and cracked heads, and Mayor governments have adopted this adroit house on the opening day of congress, been fixed at 7 cents to 13 cents a Charles E. Bartlett. nursing a bruised means of creating public sentiment in MOTHER OF KING BEST ROADS ARE December 7. mile, the latter figure when more head, declared Northwestern would the United Sttaes favorable to them-self- s than 45 cents is charged for gasoline The committee felt justified In and aiding their own financial never have the new stadium It has -the per gallon. When no receipts are lim reduction $300,000,000 "uu'" which planned. miuugn propaganda GEORGE V DIES NOW DESIGNATED it which it had set, because of esti- turned In with the statement of the The police and firemen were help- might be dissenluated by influential mates that the treasury surplus foi mileage, the lowest schedule will be less when the jubilation began, by Americans. the current fiscal yt&r probably would applied and this means no receipts Not only Senator George W. Norris prearranged plan. The cops were re required when the price of gas teach $330,000,000 instead of $290,stripped of their badges and made the of Nebraska, who has initiated the AGED MOTHER OF FNRI AWrvc AGRICULTURAL is cents a gallon or less. The oline 800,000, the original figure. OFSECRETARY victims of their own maces. Firemen, probe, but many other senators and RULER CALLED BY DEATH new schedule means a reduction in FICIALLY NETAPPROVES Effects of the reduced tax rates dashing to answer numerous alarms members of the house aro deeply FOLLOWING HEART ATTACK WORK OF HIGHWAYS carried by the bill will be felt immed the amount which has been allowed most of them false, and others re- stirred by the roster of the French Leof Honor gion which includes 2328 iately upon its enactment. Virtually heretofore and no figure Is given for sulting from bonfires, had their hose knotted and equipment dumped and American names. every taxpayer will be benefited by the high priced cars, the director of Nation Mourns Pass! A letter sent to the measure. Income taxes alone finance and purchase holding that the scrambled. Routes Secretary Kellogg Throughout Nation Are Given Woman Who Was Held In Highwould be cut by $193,575,000 undei big can are not necessary for th the state Numbers, Travelers Will Find Finally, after reinforcements of riot requesting department list est Esteem; End Was Not the committee program and the revis service of the state. Them Much Help In Going squads came from Chicago and forty of all American recipients of French Expected. ed rates would be effective on in World war veterans were mobilized decorations covered those decorated Parowan. At a special meeting of About The Country comes- - of this calendar year. by Great Britain and all other for The by a former service men's organizathe city council of Parowan here it tion to aid the police, the students re- eign nations as well, the senator said. congressional leaders plan to have the was decided that the city would asbill enacted by March 1 and the in sume the cost of graveling two blocks tired to the Lake Michigan front and "International affairs of the most Sandringham, England. Queen Mo Washington. A national system of come taxes are finished off the evening with huge vital importance to the United States ther Alexandra, widow of King George not due until Marct of Main street, full width, in addition highways, comprising 75,8884 miles of 15. are about to be taken up by congress v . died November 20 at to the eighteen-foo- t bonfires, songs and cheers. the strip which has Sandringham, country's best roads has been des. . A The revisions in excise rates, many been placed in the center as part of President Walter Dill Scott, who and the members as well as the counvueen Alexandra passed to rest ignated by Secretary of Agriculture of which were repeated while others the federal aid project from Parowan had been out of Evanston, returned try should know the names of the amid the rural surroundings Jardine. were as the celebration concluded. His Americans who have accepted foreign wnich she peaceful to Winn Hollow . The loved so network, the first national itance reduced, and the rduced inherwell. When the would efonly comment was that the burned decorations in order that we can doctors' be schedules, made Salt Lake City. Eight of the Carhas announcement made it patent highway system the country house was not worth much anyhow," weigh the propaganda that will nat upon enactment of the bill. bon county strike adopted, establishes 145 routes that fective cases, which have The and that the university would not in- urally begin for and against particu- that the aged queen was in a critical touch in the levchanges occupational been pending In the Third district every state in the union. condition, the hamlet of Sandringham terfere in behalf of students who had lar measures. many of which also were repealed court since 1923, were dismissed Of this number, seventy-nin- e are ies, by would become effective July 1, 1926. violated city ordinances. They would "Among the most important sub- and its tiny neighbors, Wolferton and east and west and sixty-siare north Judge M. L. Ritchie upon motion of have to stand the consequences in jects relating to foreign affairs that Dersingham, which claimed her for and south. Revised estimates of the extent to W. H. Farr, deputy attorney come before the senate is the their very own, waited heavy-heartethe city courts. The total mileage of the system is which the bill as now drawn would of Utah, acting for the districtgeneral attorThe melee started when students proposed adherence of the United for the end. but a fraction of the 2,866,000 miles reduce the government's annual rev- ney of the Seventh Judicial district at fired the fraternity house, which was-t- States to the world court. Also both as enue, of roads of prepared by the treasury, Price. all kinds in the United Throughout the long hours little be razed and replaced by a new houses must ratify the foreign debt groups at lingered, the por- States, but the selection of the best show that $20,000,000 will be lost next comMines Bingham. Bingham agreements. The interior had been quadrangle. tals of the royal residence, hoping lays the foundation for welding others year as a result of the retroactive net earnings for the first ten soaked with oil. Others oiled and igpany's "For one, I cannot see any reason cut in inheritance into rates. the This was national system later. months of the current year will nited the old wooden stadium, which why foreign governments should hand against hope for some word that their The of the routes Is the principal item increasing the tothe university hoped to replace with out these honors wholesale to Amer beloved mistress would survive. in response to a nationwide demand tal of $804,000,000, first estimated by amount to nearly three times as much as Within a few days (December 1) from motorists net earnings for the same pera concrete structure next year if city icans who have rendered no conspicwhose increasing num- the committee as the amount of re- iod the of 1924, according to an official uous services to those nations, except the Queen Mother would have cele- ber has found permission was given. ductions had it approved. increasing difficulty in Firemen who responded to alarms that it is believed that those Ameri- brated the eighty-firs- t The committee also voted to exempt statement Up to the first of Novemanniversary of touring the country over road3 markand attempted to quench the blazes cans will lend their influences in re- her birth, and all the inhabitants had ed iu a chaotic fashion. the spoken drama and opera from the ber, 1924, the company earned $163,-90This were stampeded by crowds of stu- turn. 10 'per cent admission tax. No earnings for the first been preparing in elaborate fashion other ten monthsyear, will amount to approxiUnited States highwavs in change was made in this "I can understand ' why France to celebrate the' event at Sandringdents. Attempts to quiet them were which $452,000 or $9 a share on the Utah are designated as route No. 191 now applies on admissionslevy, made by Kenneth L ("Tug") Wilson, should wish to honor Americans who ham house. of more mately from This was athletic director, and gridiron stars have aided her on the battlefield, but Brigham City to Cotterel, Idaho: than 50 cents, nor was the tax on 50,000 shares outstanding. A bulletin signed by the attending of the school, Captain Tim Lowry and why should bankers aud American physicians, Dr. F. J. Williams anfl Sir route No. 450 from Moab, Monticello, dues altered. The exemption agreed twice' the company's annual dividend which at a directors' in Utah, and Cortez, Durango, Ala- upon specifies "spoken Ralph ("Moon") Baker. These suc- newspaper editors be so honored un- Thomas Horder, said: drama, which requirements mosa and Walsenburg, Colorado: No. is termed meeting last week was increased ceeded in persuading the students to less France expects some favors iu legitimate or standard from "Her majesty Queen Alexandra 630 from $2 a share to $4 a share. Echo, Utah, to Ogden; No. drama, or an opera, or musical comreturn." said Senator Norris. extinguish the stadium fire. passed away at 5:25 o'clock. The William A. Wiltberger, police chief, "It is hard to believe that the king, queen and members of the royal 30 from Atlantic City, N. J across edy, as distinguished from ephemeral Salt Lake City. The state board of the states of New Jersev. Pennsvi. productions of the advertised by Evanston as the only French government would be so indis- family were present." stage, such as re-- agriculture has received official adOhio, Indiana, vania, chief of police with a college educa- creet as to spread medals over the Illinois, Iowa views burlesques and extravagan vices of modifications made, or proThe Prince of Wales and the Duke and Wyoming to Salt Lake City via zas. tion, attempted to speak, but was United States to influence prominent of York were due to arrive at Wolf posed, in quarantine of Missouri, WisEvantson and Echo; No. 40 from Wil hooted down as the "scientific cop." people here in favor of undue lenien- erton, near consin and Colorado against alfalfa of a Disposing number of technical train at Sandringham, by from Utah. In each case the Intent Mayor Bartlett, working with fire- cy in the terms of settling the French 5:29 o'clock, but the train was six- mington, Del., across several states ,to . . provi.. Z,7" aan Duchesne. Prnvn anH ... v men to recover lost equipment, was debt," said Senator Capper of Kan- teen minutes late. The king's sons and thence to Wendover to San Fran- - sions or tne law, the committee decid. of the sister state appears to be to knocked senseless. When he was re- sas. ed not to exempt tan permit the importation of alfalfa meal were escorted to the royal waiting Cisco;. No. 59 from persona vived he said the students had lost Annapolis. Ma., property in inheritance on regulations similar to those adopt"Since the question has been raised room of the Wolferton station, where across tax seuie-an- d several states to Green River ments ed some months ago by California. any opportunity they may have had and the names of many persons In in- the station master broke the news of Price and then to Ely, Nev.; No. to build their proposed stadium. "It fluential positions listed as All of the weevil area In the west Is U Voted to re- their grandmother's death. to having Ameriexports 89 from empt Thistle. Utah, to RlehfiiH is evident that if 3000 students can- - ceived medals from France. I " Possessions from the .excise tax included In these modified quarantine believe Additional ' telegraphic apparatus Junction, Panguitch, Kanah to Flag! not be controlled, it would be Impos- - the whole matter should be invest to and include had been igattires, parts and acces notices. sible to take care of 80,000 people if ed and the facts revealed," added the house to installed at Sandringham staff, Ariz.; No. 91 from Great Falls, sories sold with with inevitable the passenger automocope Logan. The state board of examinPoca-tellvia Idaho Mont., Butte, Falls. the stadium crowds gave trouble," he senator. biles in the tax on the latter. . shower of birthday congratulations ers have agreed that if Cache Valley Salt Lake to Provo, City Beaver, said. The name of Woodrow Wilson Is and good wishes from all parts of the St. interests will raise $2500 to go toward George to Las Vega, N. M. The police chief and fire depart- conspicuous by its' absence from the empire. This now is Move To Hault Probe Fails the testing of the Hyrum dam site being used to ment head were equally wrathful. Or- Jong list made public in Paris in an tell her Refuses Military Training; Ousted In the four corners of Washington. A move by the Stan- under charge of W. M. Green, engin ders to shoot down anyone who at- array of American editors, publish- the earthpeople of how she died. Berkeley, Calif. The president's of- dard Oil company of California to eer, working for state and federal retempted trouble were Issued by Chief ers and publicists, as well as Vice Even to the people of Sandringham, fice of the University of California stop the interior the examiners department's Inves- clamation agencies, Wiltberger, and Fire Chief Hofstetter President Dawes, members of the cab- who knew the of their queen, has announced that Leon Elliott Gold tigation Into the mineral character will ask the next legislature to reof said his equipment had been stolen, inet and congress, J. P. Morgan and news of the fraity menacing heart attack Jr., a Junior student registered from certain of its Elk Hills, Calif., land imburse the citizens. Cache county the leading lights of the financial came as a surprise. damaged and scattered. San Francisco, has been expelled holdings was has contributed an Only recently addtional $2500 overruled In the The students under arrest were world. she was out driving, as was her cus- from the university for his refusal to from Us public funds for this purcourt of the District of Columheld in connection with turning in 1 Among the Legionairres In Ameri- tom, and a few days ago It was au- take military training. Gold was di- bia. Chief Justice pose. McCoy, in denying false fire alarms. can newspaperdom whose names apstated that she was in rector of the students' publicity or- a preliminary injunction thoritatively Salt Lake City. Returning from a sought by peared on the list are: better health than for some time past. ganization. The training is provided the declared the secretary trip which has taken him to almost Belgium After Big Loan Adolph S. Ochs, publisher and prin-cip- a So the news of the grievous heart for In an agreement between the uni- of thecompany, Interior was authorized law every part of the state, James H. New York. Measures for the stabillowner of the New York Times; attack early Thuisday morning came versity and the federal government, to press the Inquiry aud that nobycourt Wallls, ization of Belgian currency involving George Wuahington executive secretary of the and the period when It may be taken had a Ochs Oakes, as a stunning blow. right to stop him. Utah Public a large American loan, are being dis- board of directors, the New York Health asoclation, reIn his career is elecive college with The king and queen. Prince Henry, a more thorough and complete cussed by Governor Hautainn- of the Times; Rollo Ogden, editor; John H. Princess ports student. the PutProfessor Thomas Victoria and Queen Maud Industrial Session Called state-wid- e Hank of Belgium and M. Van De Finley. editor; Carr V. Van organization for the apAnda. of Norway (Alexandra's third daugh- nam, dean of the undergraduate di A conference on Washington. of seal sale thaH minister Christmas with managing editor; Louis Wiley, proaching of Vyveru. vision the s had agriculture, discov university, were at already ter)' Sandringham New- - York bankers. In any previous year at this time. held In Wash "e J""1"'1'The financing, manager, and Edwin L. James, on one of their customary visits. The ered that Gold had reached his Junior f"'" . i, ID .iu " which will be arranged here, is ex- Paris correspondent of the Tim.s. n, unaer ausj jo family gathering had not been pre- year without taking such training. He pices of the labor Ogden. The army's" huge mobile department. Secreto was asked pected to total $150,000,000. to be obtake the military course. as there seemed to be no was viewed by thousands of men, arranged, gun Davis tary announced tained by an international loan. Temthat -the offi- women Millionaire Killed In Plane Crash for special anxiety about the the announcement said, and refused. .juse cial and children here when on exInvitation to national organizaporary credits in which J. P. Morgan Redwood City. Calif. Archibald A. condition of the Queen Mother. hibition In the local railroad yards. tions Interested In trade, labor A Co. and the Guaranty Trust comFerry Boat To Have Movies and Young, 20year-olmillionaire of San King George was the hont of a d Seattle. A steel ferry boat, carry- social betterment would be Issued While Major Harold E. Small. pany recently participated with for- Francisco was shooting party when news of the at- ing an elaborate moving picture thea- shorly by Mary Anderson, killed Instantly comcoast and in corps, artillery will bankers be absorbed by the Tugi-- Tedlar, 21. of Santa eign director of Cruz, Calif., tack reached him and he rushed to tre as an entertainment feature, with the department's women's bureau. mand of the gun's convoy, was kept long-terloan. The new loan, It Is mas fatally Injured when an bis mother's bedside. probably Is a of to be 1000, busy making talks before the various seating capacity understood, will be arranged by the airplane in which they .,, constructed for iriOO.OOO by the Puget Girl Students Will Smoke groups In explanation of the gun's same bonkers, although it was denied . v. wr. a" lne ,fiv Rites Held For German Aee Sound Navigation company, Jashua and the army's puraccomplishments that any immediate flotation was Id fii Philadelphia Students of Bryn pose In pilot Berlin. Baron Mnnfnd von Ulchth-ofen- , Green, president of the company an- Mawr transporting it. have college been granted the Germany's foremost world fly- - nounced. The ship, which Is to opcrkiii hi nmoKe. I'rcHiilenf Police Search For Youth With Money Cedar City. Rees Walker. 15 year-ol- d Marlon Ing ace. was laid to rest in his native ate between Scuttle and suburbs on Fdwards Park u Oil Still Explodes; Three Killed St. Louis. Mo Authorities a. npr Permission crippled boy was found frozen to are 200 Is to soil sound be Puiret feet afler services in impressive f Arkansas City, Kan. A high pres. long, In a ditch Into which he had " for two youths who robbed Grace death searching a'soelath, a beam. with attended The c church, President Se,tr"ownn" by mre Tiil still at the Arkansas City four offirrs m the Victoria bulbil Ha was subject to epileptic fallen. 1S00 is .1 ptlUon 100 and passengers paclty refinery exploded, killing three men. ner an., escapen witn loot valued fits and it Is presumed that one atInst body and of the the cabinet and reirs- tomobiles by the members speed thirteen an,. -Plate glass windows a mile away police at 150,000. one room will , tacked him while he was going home .i., Both men were I stag, and renresentatlves of nnm.r. one half knots. Completion was prom were broken. in each dormitory for the use of unmasked and heavily armed. ou organizations. Ised by summer. girls from his aunt's residence. who desire to smoke. Hoover Makes Change In Bureau Ogden. During the next twelve British Missionary Held To Ring Liberty Bell months Ogden will Invest more than As a first step In tho Foley Cleared Of Misconduct Washington. Potatoes Net A turn Big Ijondon, Daily News dl.ipatrh 3,000,000 in building construction, acWashington. Captain Paul Foley Philadelphia. Pn, Plans to havt reorganization of the bureau of mines Spokone, Wash. -- Two hundred to a survey of proposed prowhich was transferred from the In- from Beirut declares that Miss Cave, was exonerated by the Shenandoah the historic Liberty bell rung for the acres cording of potatoes raised near Salmon terior department to the commerce th British missionary is now held by naval court of Inquiry of Mrs. Mar- first time over the radio from Indejects. will yield a profit of approxl' Logan. Ten pairs of silver blink department last summer. Secretary the Druses at Hasbeyw. The British garet Ros Landsowne's charge that pendence hall at midnight Derembet Idaho, H3,ooo to the owi.ers of ih mately foxes were received Hoover has created within an econom counsel slates that there Is no Tenant, he sought to sway her here recently In 31 New to the usher Year, The were testimony. ... triw-fmu1,ln" ic branch. C. P. White, who has been for anxievt to be kept at the fo 'i me zoo acres I from Suit her sufetv court held that Captain Foley, H announced by Mayor Kendrick of this Ivn regarding for several months In charge of the Peter McKinney of Nlclson A V,.iri' far,n at the mouth of Logan canyou Forty bandits were killed In an affray former Judge advocate, was not Mrs. Kendrick, to the Bey, owners of 120 coal division of the commerce dery ,ire m"re yo""S are being ketrt acres snld that near Damascus, after three suspected ty either of seeking to causa guil- city. will sound tbe according heroic chlmt the vleld on fale plans, Ku,t hort time before . ,n ,. partment, will head the new bureau, of spying had been .. iro their BT"'Hf( Q S.I j being shipped to Logan, and another banged and an- testimony to be offered before the with a rubber mallet, selected aftei which will take over work which for000 or 330 pounds sacks to an other Mohammedan spy bad been court, or of seeking by "improper a series of tests showed ringing th of. thirty-fivlot will . be received . merly was done in the division of . Ia nultl lha fin . . 11 uri hot. The situation around Merjay-oun- s means to influence" the widow of tbe bell to be .'v "vi fiwnoti it w ' mineral statistics. provided a prop practicable enoriiv irom Frlnce Ki ward lilaDiL Laml Shnon is reported Improving. Shenandoah's commander. i200 sacks an acre. company averaged Canad er mallot was used. Chicago. Defying police pistols, tear bombs and streams from fire bose, 3000 Northwestern university men and 'women students celebrated the prowess of their football team by rampaging all over quiet and aristocratic Evanston. "Before ' their enthusiasm waned, a vacant fraternity house was in ashes, g I I -- . x d wet-eye- 1 "'uUTe t,u j I e - busl-Ines- d Fifty-secon- tt i., " - i forty-elght-fo- - I J ZI? Z,lfrT j 'f e ....