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THE pae two Intermountain -- Briefly Told for Busy Readers UVKSTOt K MIOW LOOMS. MKKT AT ( OKI K d'AI.KNK. ko.d work aids idle. crop. lar;k potato TROCl'TLD. 1 League of Nations and China Threatens Groener Afeku Fair Play for Germany in Armaments. Japan Still AD KI.K( IDA. A car loud of turkeys shlpied from this city weighed 21,(HH) pounds. MTN. HOME, OGDEN, UT. Premium lint for Hie thirteenth aiiinml Ggden livestock show, to he bclc" January S jiatled to to 11, 1U.12, have lnn approximately 15(KJ prospective In various sections of the United States and Canada. UOISK, IDA. The third of what may prove to ho a series of public utility valuation hearings aimed at fixing F(ultahle charges In Idaho has been announced by the iullic A valuation utilities commission. hearing was set for Coeur d'Alene on January 2U on the Washington g Water Power company for purposes. The commission will examine the reasonableness of rate, service and other factors of cpe ration. BOISE, IDA. The potato crop harvest In Idaho Is estimated at 2 1,700,000 bushels compared with bushels for last year. The report places the yield as higher than was expected a short time before Its release. The quality of the crop Is given at C3 per cent or the lowest on record. This eomlllton Is attributed to the extreme heat of the summer. MORGAN, UT. The beet harvest reached 4340 tons for this district according to figures reported by a representative of the sugar Interests. TWIN FALLS, IDA. Aaron Wilson, 14, son of Mrs. M. Wilson of Burley, was killed when he climbed a power transmission pole at Hey-bur-n and came in contact with high voltage wires. PKOVO, TJT. Road Improvement work in Utah county, which Is being carried on by the county In with the Utah state road to relieve unemploycommission, ment is under way in full force on three projects. OGDEN, TJT. The city schools 6how 11,302 children in Ogden of school age, Including 50S3 girls and 5019 boys. This Is an increase of 114 pupils over last year. rate-makin- OGDEX, UT. Copies of two cir- culars dealing with reseeding and of range lands and erosion, have been received nt the Intermountain forest and range experiment station for free distribution. WTEST rOINT, UT. Forty men and 30 teams recently began work west from the state highway to the West Point store. Ten more men and teams were added later and it Is intended that the move aid unemployed as much as possible. SALT LAKE CITY, UT It Is reported that Wasatch county has been added to the list of Utah districts to receive feed loans from the federal government to aid In carrying stock over during the coming winter. BOISE, IDA. Low bidders on three highway jobs have been announced by the bureau of highways. One of the projects Is for the construction of a bridge over the river north of St. Anthony, at a cost of $24,500. Another project covers the draining and grading of nine f and miles of the Owyhee highway from Nampa west, at a cost of $4(5,405. Ten miles of the north and south highway between Mesa and Fruitvale will be surfaced at a cost of $15,420. LEHI, UT. The Lehl, Fairview and Cedar Fort districts' school census reveals an enrollment decrease of 5.2 per cent while the gain In school population was 3.0 per cent, officials state. The population this year was 11GG, with 623 boys and 643 girls as compared with last year's 1128. SHOSHONE, IDA. Members of the community relief organizations report supplies are being gathered at a downtown storehouse. All civ- groups Including the council and the Lincoln roiintv commission are supporting this central relief agency as the best means of aiding needy families. Supplies will be given primarily to those around Shoshone, North Shoshone and to Dietrich residents, as Richfield has a relief organization. RICHFIELD, UT. A petition to the United States forest service, signed by Wayne county residents, asking construction of a 75 mile road from Boulder to la Indorsed by the Richfield Lions club. Transportation between the two places now is carried on by means of pack horses and mules. one-hal- TOOELE, UT. Tooele will have an outdoor skating rink this winter through plans being worked out by the American Legion, the Lions club and the Volunteer firemen. IDA. The BanPOCATELLO, nock county commission state they hope work on the proposed armory for troop B, 116th cavalry, of Idaho national guard, stationed here, would begin immediately upon the return of the architect from Washington, D. C, where he has gone to consult the government about the construction work. Defies Is no war In Manchuria " because, as the League of Na tlons and other authorities agree, there cannot be war until a competent government has declared war. have there Rut been bloody battles there almost up every day, and the situation during the week was getting worse. The league council was to meet again on November 1(5, and It wag confronted with the Jamn n"(1 fl"'t I Henry n t ,u ))r der to withdraw her troops by tnat date, with the added aggravation that Tokyo had reiterated the statement that it would not obey the order and would make no concessions to the league. Then China came to bat with a statement by its representative at Geneva, Dr. Alfred S.e. In a note expressing his government's condr itional acceptance of the arms holiday Doctor Sze told the league secretariat llatly that If the league covenant and the Kellogg pact should fall In the Manchurian the victors and the vanquished by freeing the victors of their obllga tlons to disarm and making the vanquished bear the full brunt of the disarmament clauses in the Versailles treaty." and CONFERENCES and Berlin con- cerning reparations and war debts were held behind closed doors, but It wus reliably reported that the French government sent word to Berlin that whatever concessions are inude to meet the German situation must be only temporary and within the framework of the Youpg plan; that France will not ugree that Germany's private debts shall be given precedence over reparations payments; and that If there Is any permanent reduction in the conditional nart of the Young plan annuities, it must be accompanied by a corresponding reduction In the war debts owing to the L'nlled States. Germany, on the other hand, Is evidently seeking to take advantage of her present economic distress to obtain a great permanent reduction of reparations, or even their complete obliteration. The French nationalists are determined that build Premier Laval shall not abandon tier would China up crisis, fighting forces to protect herself the principle of reparations, no mutagainst Japan. Before that he had ter what pressure Germany brings asked the league to send nn liner to bear. national force to police the Man Is churlan railway zone. OUR politicaland potbubblingalready and Gen. Ma Chnn-shan- . commanding the Chinese troops In southern Man there Is o lot of talk, loose and churlu, was said to have attacked otherwise about next year's camSenator the Japanese at the Nonnl river paign. W. Norris George bridge which the latter were reof Nebraska gave pairing, and after a sanguinary con voice in Washingflirt the Chinese were driven off ton in a few charBut they did not go far. and at the acteristic opinions. Inst report were gathering for anThe Insurgent Reother attack; and more Japanese soldiers viere on their way hurried publican made a strong attack on There were other ly to the scene. the policies of Mr. battles, but this was the biggest. Hoover, and seemed What was more alarming to for to the correspondelgn nations was the spread of the ents about ready fighting to the big city of Tientsin. This began with outbreaks of Ch- Senator Norm to participate In a of r.(,u.a,s inese mobs that attacked the Japfrom the G. O. P. ticket that pre The Japnnese anese concession. otlicials said the disorders were due sumably will be put up next sumto the fighting of Chinese factions mer. Here are a few of the things and that the real motive of Hip the Nebraskan said : "If we are to keep men employed, Chinese was to occupy the foreign concessions In the city; so the Jap- why discbarge them? It may be anese forces went Into action "for necessary in some Instnnces for e Industry to reduce Its employprotection" and shelled the Chinese. American, French nnd othei ment, but there is no Justification dischurging troops were held ready to act, but for the government at this writing had not been culled workers. "If we expect Industry to keep on to do anything. men at work the government ought In the background of all the trouble Is Henry Pu Yl, who as Usuan to set an example, because the govTung was the last Manchu emperor ernment is theI largest employer In favor a bond issue of China. The young man Is a quiet the nation. renting householder In the Japan- to cover the emergency nnd I provide do not ese concession In Tientsin, but loyal work for the unemployed. have always been favor bond Issues in peace times, monarchists nbout blm. and now It Is asserted but this Is an emergency tantathat there Is afoot a plan to sepa mount to war conditions. 1 mean rate Manchuria from China and a bond Issue, not to provide charput Henry on the throne. With this ity, but to provide Jobs by road in view, It Is said, many thousands building and other federal construcof troops have been gathered to- tion. Instead of fighting over the fordole the government ought to progether by Gen. Liang mer ally of the Manchu dynasty vide work for Its Jobless citizens." and for years the enemy of the Concerning the world court Norris said: "I shall favor Chang family now headed by Mar It Is true American adherence only If a resshal Chang Hsueh-Llang- . most of these reports come from ervation is adopted requiring the Japanese sources, but they have the senate's approval before any controversial Issue. Involving the United ring of truth. Ambassador Dawes was InstructStates, may be submitted to the court for decision." ed to go to the league meeting. Pu-Y- one-yea- bo, Sen-ato- Germany can and will what she asks the other powers to do for her continue of absorbing interest to the world. The reich's Btana on olsarm- menl wa8 set. Iortn by Gen Willlelm Groener, the brll-lliant soldier, who Is nW minister of war and minister of the Interior and who may succeed Von Hindenburg as president. "Germany has the right to the same Gen. Groener treatment as all other natlonf," General Groener said. "She Is entitled to the same security and to the same methods of disarmament as other nations. It was expressly guaranteed In 1919 that the other powers would follow the path Germany took when she w'as disarmed. "When we disarmed we were forbidden to possess heavy artillery, tanks, war planes, submarines, and warships over 10.000 tons. Even artillery was prohibited. Military conscription was forbidden, and Germany was Instructed, even to the slightest detail, on how to organize her army. "Therefore we object to the drafts of the disarmament agreement as worked out by the preparatory dis armament commission at Geneva. It is a violation of the principle of the equality of nations if It tries to make eternal the difference between e anti-aircra- by ARTHUR NIc-holu- i To-ha- n. . rt4 mm Mara mm vl.v.Pl.ly.mudVour mm v mm until kU Umrkkmm brifiK di tmvmti at mHraUd. Flna mm piu'- - Itvmw utiiiMf. bkiu lallaroolx.-,ba mot (W-- ci look, ymmtm rouuaer. d out th bulil (mwii, of your mkm. Taj wrinklM umm una sum Powilerwl fifcfrji w nil- Siitf M vftie h At dxu .lotaa tmmm A small girl In the north end reThe preliminary Emancipation ceived from ber grandmother the proclamation was Issued by Presiother day a pincushion for a birthdent Lincoln on September 22, 18i. Business Is much better with us, day gift. The gift didn't evoke In this proclamation he declared that "slaves in all the states, or and the world In general. That Is great rejoicing, but the child's par-wiInsisted that a letter of thanks designated parts of states, that universally admitted. be sent to exshould be In arms against the govWar, on a big scale Is much pressions ofgrandma. Suitable ernment, on the first of January. gratitude were sugnear In the East. That every nation gested. As 18ti3, should be forever free." The written, the letknows. Washington, official worrier ter read: finally "Dear Grandma I Thirteenth amendment, abolishing for the whole world, worries about thank you very much for the nice slavery forever In the United It. pincushion. It was Just what I States, was proclaimed on December 18, 18(55, a part of the supreme Russia, as a hint to Japan, makes needed, but not very much." Delaw of the land. a great display of military force, as troit Free Press. her mechanized army rumbles Human Hands ea Clock "Jim Crow" through the streets. One million Human hands for a while pointThe story of the origin of the workers, hardy, of right age for out the time recently on the expression. "Jim Crow," runs thus : war, march behind the growling ed face of a big town-hal- l In Charleston, S. C. in the early clock in tanks and big guns. England. The two regpart of the Nineteenth century, Russia wants Japan to It now what Colchester, ular hands were lost and a man there was a keeper who had sort of trouble she Is Inviting. It consented to use his own hands as two slaves, hotel both of whom were would not be any Incompetent czar a makeshift so the townspeople named James. In order not to have grand-dukwar It Russia started could tell the time while the old both respond when he called, he innow. The enthusiasm thai sent the clock was given a sirring cleaning structed one to answer only to Jim ; French revolutionary amies con- and provided with a pair of new as a further designation, because he was very black, the guests addquerlng everywhere animates the bands. Popular Mechanics Magaed Crow. Russians today. Japan would meet zine. no army of depressed moujiks, half Ice Cream Instruction Congressional Sessions of them without ammunition. In The Constitution provides that Instruction making Roosevelt, acting as arbitrator, was offered as Ice cream early as 1802 at the congress shall meet each year, the gave to Japan the Russian posses- Pennsylvania state college. The life of the congress being for two sions In Southern Manchuria after Iowa state college was the next years. The first session may. If It the war of 1904, and since then, one to offer such Instruction, but Is the wish of the congress, extend hunmore two has than to the meeting time of the second not until 1901. Ice cream manspent Japan dred million dollars In Manchuria. ufacture Is today offered In 30 state session. The second session is natIn addition many of our urally limited to the time when the If Russia tries to get back what colleges. Roosevelt's decision took away colleges are offering short courses. congress expires, which Is March 4. from ber. It will be a severe fight. New Ideas About Marriage Teeth of Dogs May we, with the holp of ProviSome new rules making for Dogs have puppy teeth and perdence, keep out of It, minding our own business, as Japan minded ber manent teeth. The puppy teeth happy marriages were advanced by first appear when the dog Is about the pastor who married Thomas business during the big war. four to weeks old and remain Newnes and Hilda Blant at MansBriand sends "sharp notes" to until the six animal Is four, five or six field, Nottinghamshire, England, reher Japan warning against starting months old. after which the per- cently. "Don't listen to tales about war. But the French will not find manent teeth appear. The larger your wife," he cautioned Newnes. In Japan another "docile America" breeds pet their permanent teeth "Regard your husband as a gift from heaven." he told Miss Blant. ooner than the smaller breeds. ready to take suggestions and orders from any one abroad. If Japan Hence "Red Star, the Spirit of the wants to fight, she will fight. That "Thriller" of Long Ago Lake," she does want to fight and gather In Outdone by Invention lied Star walked on quiet water. Manchuria, now, seems certain. 'Way back In their boyhood read- But now the news tells us that Karl Illicit reading, with the yellow Naumesnlk, of Styria, has eclipsed W. G. McAdoo writes an extreme- ing. back In the big geography, and the Facing rather ly interesting book of memoirs, teacher not too vigilant, some men the Beadle hero. heavy seas, be has actually walked "Crowded Years," published by who are now recnll a can gruyhaired the water from Cape Grls Nez to Houghton Mifflin Company. Beadle thriller with the title "Red Dover on "water skis." The distance Mr. McAdoo'a years have been the Spirit of the Lake" is about twenty miles. The water very crowded, particularly when he Star, A white pioneer has had all his skis of 1931 are clearly superior to was running the United States family murdered by the Indinns. He the strapped-ocedar canoes of railroads the at and the Treasury escapes to an Island and finds a fancy, of a century same time. cave Is a stone cave. In there And once more It has been ago. He suggests that there should be tomahawk that with the striking edge so proved that truth Is stranger thaD no talk of cancelling foreign debts, a star, and leave fiction. as to Brooklyn Eagle. and if France and Germany can't, carvedmark on formvictim. the or don't want to pay the money that Also there are two jery light and they owe, you might take colonies, narrow cedar canoes, with straps for Every county seat Is Interesting to "as part payment." Not a good Idea, the feet. The In the farmer who only comes to town thnt finds pioneer France and England will say. these he can walk the water of the on Saturday. Every night he goes out. Two things this country needs, lake. some redskin Is found Etiquette Is overdone when it says morning Every could and should have wheat at a dead In the forest with the star mark. "Pardon me" too often. dollar a bushel and silver at a dollar an ounce. A dollar an ounce for silver to would be at a ratio of twenty-twone, since gold is "worth" twenty-tw- o dollars an ounce. The existing ratio is above sixty to one, although gold production is actually only thirteen to one, as compared with silver. President Hoover, Mr. Mellon and others that would like the Republican Party to remain In power are invited to consider the "wheat at a dollar, silver at a dollar" program. If the President consults bankers, even as intelligent a financier as Eugene Meyer Jr. of the Federal Reserve, he will probably see shaking of heavy heads. But not all each bankers are unable to realize that cornering gold by France and this country Is responsible for Industrial and commercial stagnation. One of the ablest bankers In the Christmas CARD is next best to a personal visit. country said, recently: As you address the cards it's like living for a mo"The bankers want money as as with your friends. It is your enjoyment ment scarce as possible, that they may well as theirs. And whether you select one design for more easily control it and increase their power. But they are short all or get variety from the famous Burgoyne box assortsighted and must realize soon that ment of twelve, do so early and enjoyably. gold is too scarce and is actually cornered by two nations, leaving the others without 'real money' to carry on the business of the world." ts and princess Ileuna, who is the central figure. Nicholas met accidentally and fell In love with Mme. DeletJ, the divorced daughter-in-laof a former cabinet minister. He asked Carol for permis.' sion to marry ber and the king refused, whereupon climbed Prince Nicholas Nicholas Into his automobile. picked up the lady and drove at top speed 123 miles to the village of There he compelled the mayor to perform the marriage ceremony, and the happy couple rushed away, while the terrified mayor telephoned the news to Bucharest So far as Is known, the king has not relented enough to recognize the marriage us even u morganatic union. But he probably will not take severe measures, for he Is fond of his brother and gives liim much credit for his own success in gaining the throne of Rumania. Then, of course. Carol cannot fail to remember i8 own affairs In the Prince Nicholas, who Is past. twenty-eigh- t years old, accompanied his mother. Queen Marie, and the Princess Ileana on their tour of America In 1!2G. r Keeps t.Skin Young HrtUn 0 Silver No U. S. Cars for Russia royal family has world with another This time It Is Prince brother of King Carol day OBSERVANCE of Armistice innumer- Every one who knows a man who becomes great Insists that he helped him to do it MercolizedWax Dollar Wheat, Dollar RUMANIA'S romance. BiUSBANB Russia, Japan, Franca McAdoo'a Idea of able ceremonies and addresses in all parts of the country, and In the lands of the nllied nations as well. President Hoover, of course, led our nation in observing the day. In the morning, accompanied by General Pershing, Secretary of War nurley nnd Secretary of the Navy Adams, he went to Arlington cemetery and laid a wreath on the tomb of Ihe Unknown Soldier. At eleven o'clock, the hour symbolic of the ending of the war, the President was In West Potomac park, where he dedicated the beautiful marble temple which the people of Washington have built as a memorial to the soldiers who went from the District of CoIn the afternoon Mr. Hoolumbia. ver paid a visit to the old frigate Constitution at the Washington navy yard. General Pershing and American Legion ofticinls participated In a commemorative program In the evening, and the Carnegie endowment for international peace held a mass meeting which was addressed by Houston Thompson and Frederic R. Iw EATH having removed from Coudert. the senate the forcible and pic turesque Thaddeus H. Caraway of WILLIAM L. EDISON, second Arkansas, the Democrats of that late Thomas A. Edstate are considering the choice of ison, who Intends to contest the his successor. The suggestion has great Inventor's will, issued a been made and received, that statement at Wil the senator's widow. Mrs. llattie mington, Del., In j, in nj.mwJi mussjsm Caraway, be nominated to fill out which he said he the unexpired term. This would believed Interests be tantamount to her election. Mrs. opposed to him are Caraway Is said to be willing to actrying to establish cept the olllce. She Is a close stu- the Impression that dent of public affairs nnd has been he was not alwuys a charming and popular hostes In on friendly terms the Lord Baltimore mansion, a colo- with tils father. As Si nial home Just over on the Marythat this Is proof land line near Washington. I untrue he pointed out that when both to the supposed had perfected like W. U Edison COMING back In the Republican ranks radio equipment he President of to the renominntlon (William) did not market his set In Hoover, which If It exists will prob opposition to his father's even ably be futile. It Is though It was patented. Interesting to note "I have had the highest regard Hiram that Senator for every member of my father's W. Johnson of Cal family," he said, "and never Blnce ifornla Is going to bis second marriage has there been visit Chicago for a single Instance of unpleasantness of fled the purpose either with my stepmother or any Ing out what sup of my full or half sisters and brothport he would re ers. ceive In Illinois It "Until the conditions of my fahe became a candi ther's will and codicil were revealed date. Some of the no disagreement of Importance ever Republican leaders had come between us. Even now of the city and Sen. Johnson I do not Intend to allow the case state said they to degenerate Into attacks on perwould give the matter serious sonalities." thought, am) they were rather of tbe Edison's will left the bulk of tte opinion that Johnson might be ap- estate to Charles and Theodore Ediproved by nil or part of the Illinois son, the two youngest sons. delegation In the convention. They 1931 Wertern Newspaper Union.) prl-vat- WHAT reveled people the news that C. Van Ness U'uvitt, a brother In law of President Hoover, was arrested In Santa Monica, Calif, on charges of violating the state prohibition luw. A police ot'ieer and two dry agents who were raiding speakeasies there found Leavitt In an alley holding a sack containing nineteen pints of liquor, and he was releused on bull after pleading not guilty. Leavitt said some one bunded blm the sack while be was visiting In a store and asked him to take it out the back door and get rid of It. and that he acquiesced as a friendly service, not knowing the suck contained liquor. The owner of the store, also arrested, said he believed the sack was brought In by a bootlegger fleeing from the police. Altogether a trivial affolr, made news only by Leavitt'a relationship to the President AK.f "Hurry up, your car is at the door." "I know It I bear It knocking." This Week SMA1 By EDWARD W. PICKAKD Thursday, November 19, 1931 NKIMIL UTAH . cited the fact that the Callfornlan baa opposed all of the Hoover policies that proved most unpopular in this part of the country, and also they thought his coming Into Illinois as as a Presidential entrant In the April primaries might help their state ticket. Those of them who oppose Mr. Hoover had heretofore bud no one to suggest except Frank O. Louden. News Review of Current Events the World Over News TIMES-NEWS- e - n three-quarte- o hive a few moments with ofyour friends this Christmas A flussia tried to buy nine thousand railway freight cars and some other transportation materials, at a cost of fifty million dollars, here. Our business men did not feel like trust; lng the Russians, and demanded half cash In advance, so the business has gone to Germany. Perhaps that will help Germany to pay her private debts owed to our financiers, In a hurry to make commissions, and not paying much attention to repayment of principal. Secretary Stlmson has received from Mr. Gifford's telephone laboratories a telephone transmitter and receiver, making It possible for ten to hear at the same time, every message, both ways. That ought to be useful. Witnesses are Important If Mr. Gifford could install diplomatic telephones letting 123,000,000 Americans hear what Is said and promised, on their behalf. It would be even better. But the dear people are not trust ed to that extent. What do they know about the needs of their country? Those Interested In French pros perlty will be delighted to hear that the French central bank reported a gold reserve Increased by $30,000 000 in the last week and established a new gold record. In a month the United States has lost $700,000,000 In gold, most of It to France. If that happened too often we might feel it. (.1931. br King FaaturM Syndicate, Inc.) i S urgoyzi e CHRISTMAS CARDS YOUR LOCAl DEALERS CARRY THEM Rooster In "Pants" Jeremiah, pet rooster belonging to Mrs. J. E. 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