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THE HELPER JOURNAL, HELPER, UTAH tempt to remove control over re funds from the treasury. News Review of Current Events the World Over Abraham Lincoln ELIMINATION of the citlwn's military training camps as an economy move was rejected by the :: bouse, which added $2,500,000 to the War department, appropriation bill to Insure their continuance. Chancellor Chamberlain Says Great Britain Want3 Also $500,000 was added to the appropriation for the reserve officers' War Debt Cancellation Inflationists Lose in the The measure was then corps. passed. Senate Lame Duck Amendment Ratified. The senate finance committee reported the bouse beer bill amended to Include wine and to, provide 3.05 per cent alcoholic content By EDWARD W. PICKARD This measure may get through coneffort was put forth during debate gress before adjournment but probhas been GREAT toBRITAIN discuss with the United on the Glass banking bill In the sen- ably will be vetoed If It does. States the war debts with a view ate. Wheeler of Montana, Indeto revision, and possible reduction pendent offered an D LANS for the Inaugural of Mr. Democrat, the Invitation hav amendment providing for the free Roosevelt are rapidly nearing ing been extended coinage of silver at the ratio of sixand the stand from completion teen to one the old formula of Wilwhich the new President and other by the Hoover administration wltb liam Jenn ngs Bryan and Huey dignitaries will review the parade the almost certain Long of Louisiana proposed another Is being constructed. The inaugural V- amendment authorizing the govern t committee, headed by Rear Admiral President-Elec- t of ment purchase of silver and sta fury D. Grayson. Is really arrangk Roosevelt. The con- bilization at approximately 14.38 ing for quite a big show despite the I feretice. If the Brit- - to 1. request of Mr. Roosevelt that the I Ish accept, will be After violent discussion both affair be simple and Inexpensive. held In March ; and these schemes were defeated by a The committee decided that the It will be followed vote of fiG to 18 In each case. parade should be limited to about During the debate Senator Tom 10,000 marchers who will take two Immediately Chancellor by similar conferConnally of Texas Increased the hoars to pass the stand. As now Chamberlain ences with the na perplexity of the senate by announc planned It will be In four divisions tions that are not ing he was preparing a measure to led by General Pershing as grand In default In payment to this coundebase the gold content of the dol- marshal. lar by and perhaps. If It try, namely, Italy. LIthi anla. CzechBut were constitutional, to forbid Indioslovakia, Finland and A LEXANDEU. the handsome Secretary of State Stlmson, In viduals making contracts calling young king of Jugoslavia, ac sending out the Invitations, omitted for payment In" dollars ol current companied by Queen Marie and his France. Belgium. Poland. Hungary weight and fineness. Both Senator foreign minister, Bosko Jeftich. and Kstlionla the nations that have Class and Senator Fess argued spent the week in defaulted; and this. too. It is un- strongly against ail the Inflation proRumania visiting derstood, met with the approval of posals, as did Reed of Pennsylvania King Carol at the After being badly mangled by Mr, Roosevelt who will be President latter'g country when the negotiations are under amendments the Olnss banking bill place, Sinaia palwas passed by the senate. Its fate way. ace. Oflicially it was However there were Indications in the house is problematical. just a family visit, In Washington that Mr. Roosevelt Marie being Carol's will have arranged separate conferare to have the sister, but the corF'ARMERS ences with the defaulters. England borrowing $'.10,000,000 respondents said it c f Is especially Interested In having from Uncle Sam with which to pro was for the purpose France Included In such arrangeduce this year's crops, unless the or seeKing a com ments as ma. be made, believing a bill passed by congress Is killed by moo front on the final settlement of debt and eco- a Presidential veto. The measure King question of equal nomic subjects cannot well be makes available the sum nnmed of Alexander armaments, due to readied unless France is taken Into the unused balance of $200.00(1.000 come up for discusaccount. of It. F. ('. funds allocated to wr sion In Geneva on January 81. The Representative Rnlney of Illinois. culture. The loans will be made for little entente powers, which include E WAS born In a Democratic floor lender In the planting, fallowing and cultivation these two nations and Czeehoslo cabin in the backhouse, seemed to be roused by the and the secretary of agriculture is vakia, did not like the action of woods of Kentucky, and news. died In a tiny bedempowered to exact from borrowers the great powers In giving Germany "The conferences won't amount to agreements to reduce acreage not judicial room in a boarding equality In armaments house at the nation's anythlns. In tny opinion." Italney to exceed HO per cent One million without consulting the little en said, "because the American people dollars Is allocated for feed for tente, and they propose now to deCapital, while President are not going to stand for a redue farm live stock In drought nnd mand more consideration when Im of the United States. tlon In the debts. storm stricken areas. He never had portant matters come up at Geneva. "The debt conferences should be Farm bloc members of congress was especially more than a year's schooling in the King Alexander linked with the world economic con defended the bill, asserting there anxious to get Rumania's backing most elementary subjects, yet he ference. The thing to do is to bring would be widespread suffering on on a protest which Jugoslavia plans lived to write Impeccable English, about a removal of International the farms unless such loans were to raise against Italy's alleged and to be judged by learned profestrade barriers so that trade can be authorized. Many members, how pouring of machine guns and muni sors as master of purest literary revived. The conferences already ever, attacked it as paternalistic, tions Into Hungary through Aus- style. He grew up far removed from projected nolo only a possibility of socialistic and bound to Increase tria. farm product surpluses. Snell of opening up trade routes and giving Diplomats In Bucharest said an cultural Influences and the niceties New Vork. minority leader, declared important the debtors a chance to pay " of the royal of polite society, yet wooed and it was utterly Inconsistent with the visit would be a private conference won in marriage a Kentucky aristo England accepted the Invitation, and her stand on the wnr debt quespending domestic allotment measconcerned with the problem of crat, a society belle, and an accom tion was stated plainly by Cbnncel ure, the purpose of which Is to in restoration of former King Georgi- plislied linguist, Miss Mary Todd. lor Neville Chamberlain tn an ad crease farm product prices nnd de- as the ruler of Greece. Such resto He never had the heart to kill dress before the Leeds Chamber of crease acreage. ration, it was explained, would be any living thing, looking with disCommerce. The senate agriculture committee Immensely valuable to Jugoslavia favor on fire arms, but became by Briefly, the British gov ernment will ask either cancellation began hearings on the domestic al- since a friendly Greek government virtue of his high office, the commaor reduction so drastic that it will lotment hill of the Union forces Wednesday, hoping would secure use of SalonUi har nder-in-chief almost amount to the same thing. If they would be completed In a week hor for Jugoslavia should c.'rcum in a war which resulted in half a this cannot he obtained, said Cham- or so. The same arguments for and stances demand. million slain. He was smooth-shaveberlain, the settlement reached must against It that were heard In the for fifty-onoe nnai ana must not involve rehouse were repeated. of bis fifty-siyears, and grew COUTH AMERICA'S two unofli sumption of the German reparacial wars attracted considendde a beard the winter before his Intions. "To disturb the Lausanne l R. ROOSEVELT, in. Warm attention during the week. Colotn auguration In compliSprings after his Inspection of bia sent a Joint note to signers of ance with the suggestion of a little agreement." he said, "would he to reopen old wounds and to destroy Muscle Shoals, was busy studying the Kellogg pact asking that girl who thought the change might for an Indefinite period all prospect the problems that will come before call upon. Peru not to violate they Improve his looks. the of agreement on matters affecting him and conferred treaty at Letlcia. toward which a He was a voracious reader as a the happiness and prosperity not with many notable fw&.?,'$ Colombian flotilla was steaming to boy and young man, borrowing men of his party merely of Europe but of the whole recapture the town from the Peru many a treasured volume, but he world." vlan Nationalists who seized it never owned a library of as many Undertaking to explain the mat- not of that persua some time ago. The place was ced as a hundred volumes, excluding his ter to "the farmer of the Middle sion. Among hi ed to Colombia by Peru under a law books. He did not unite with a church, West." the chancellor said that If callers were sever treaty signed in l!2i The Peru the war debts payments were to be al who, according vlan government asked the League though he was a frequent attender; resumed they could not be made by to the cabinet mnk of Nations to order suspension of sometimes called a "free thinker," - loans or by further shipments of ers, have good "ail measures of force" In the Lett gold. "Effective means of pay- chances of being cia area. ing," he continued, "would have to offered portfolios Secretary of State Stimson hur be found and they could only be Among these was rieilly called to his home the diplo found by Increasing sales of foreign Bronson Cutting, Sen. Cutting matlc representatives of the ikw goods to America or. what would the senator from ers signatory to the Kellogg pact come to the same thing, by diminNew Mexico who bolted the Repubto consider this critical situation lican ticket last fall and helped He then sent a note to Peru invokishing purchases from America." elect Roosevelt. The gossip was ing the pact and making It plain HI be no more lame that he would be made "THERE secretary that the United States considered duck sessions of congress, for of the Interior If he were willing Peru was In the wrong In the dis the Twentieth amendment to the to accept the place. Senator Cut- pute. Constitution has now been ratified ting was accompanied on his visit Bolivians nnd Paraguayans were by more than 86 by Senator La Follette of Wisconfighting desperately for possession states and will go sin. of Fort Nanawa in the disputed Into effect October Bernard M. Baruch of New Tork. Gran Chaeo and both sides claimed 15 next Action hy chairman of the emergency nation- the advantage. The battle lasted He Was a Voracious Reader. al transiHirtatlon committee, also for the MIssorr! legisdays and the casualties were was In Warm Springs helping the numerous. lature clinched It, he was unusually familiar with the President Elect prepare his pro and several other Bible and during his Presidency, on gram and giving advice especially legislatures came IEPORTS from Tokyo said the his own confession was a praying on the railroad situation. There into line the same Japanese cabinet had decided man. Under this watalk that he might be appoint that Japan's withdrawal frim fM(, day. ed secretary of state, probably the amendment both r-League of Nations was Inevitable He was often of a melancholy senators and repreonly cabinet position he would take, and had Instructed Vosuke Mat mood, subject to seasons of gloom sentatives though many still thought that posiasfipmp suoka to restate his country's posl and grief, yet was as often buoyoffice on January 8 Sen. Norrn tion would go to either Senator fion in regard to Manchuria and ant, laughing heartily over a good . theirelec-tionWalsh of Montana. Owen I). Young following iieu leave lieneva ror norne. Joke and told droll stories InThe President and Vice Pres- or Norman I hi vis. Mr. Roosevelt Foreign Minister Vasnya Uchld.-- i imitably, ident take ofllc on January 20 fol told the correspondents he might nn was understood to have Informed He loved greatly all children, and The newly elected nounce one cabinet choice before tne lowing election wns most Indulgent with his own, cabinet that application of congress Is automatically called Into going on his yacht trip, hut no paragraph four of article fifteen by permitting "Tud" to make a play session on January 3 and on the more than one that the league, under which recom room of his oflice In the White Presumably same date one year later. The will be Jim Farley, who It Is con (Herniation for definite action In the House. changes do net affect the terms of ceded will be postmaster general. Manchurlan dispute can he made He never could wear gloves with Hoover nnd C'l'tls or any member almost certain The cab ease; formal society functions bored appeared of the present congress llooVER vetoed Inet. It was said, agreed that fhN him, and at his first Inauguration PRESIDENT Adoption of the amendment Is the first deficiency hill carry would be followed by condemna he was puzled as to the disposal something of a personal victory for lug appropriations of $::i.ihk).(mhi lion of Japan' action In of his cane and high recngulr. Senator Nnrrlf of Nebraska who and the bouse upheld his Hction ins the Manchukiio hat until his great protagonist, Independent tf It fought for rough many vears the vote being to 1,'iS. The government headed by Pu Stephen A. Douglas, came to his If was passed oy the senate sev President disapproved of the meas- VI. the former emperor Henry relief. ure because he' and Attorney Gen eral times, but always previously He wrote n neat hand, devised was blocked in the house. eral Mitchell held unconstitutional ESI DENT EA.MoN DE VA clear and unllivolved sentences, concurrence one-thir- THE MAfy one-roo- 1 f all-tol- d side-issu- - e x good-nature- fft'& BR . a i gold-heade- a are becoming and apparently more utiinerous dally In Washing ton, hut at this writing they have pot got anywhere. Their first big provision control of al! substantial refunds from Income gift and Inheritance taxc In iln hands of a Joint congressional com miftce. Senator McKellar Indicated that he would make another at ' " : Senator Ilolmgren of Box Elder county Is In favor of aiding the :: long suffering taxpayer as shown by a bill Introduced In the legislature. Senator Holmgren's bill would ac complish two or three purposes favoring the taxpayer. lie would re duce the rate of interest on delinquent taxes from 1 per cent a month to 8 per cent a year. The bill would also permit prepayment of taxes in amounts of not less than $10, begin- V ' V.' ning as early as January, even i though the exact amount of taxes a person must pay are not, under the present schedule, known until August, and taxes are not due until the notices are Issued in Septem- ) ber. When such prepayments are made In January, the bill provides for a discount of 5 per cent ; the scale de" , , creasing by per cent a month until a discount of 1 per cent is allowed on taxes paid in September. If X -- A. paid In October or November, the pessimists all lure much itrife full amount must be paid, but if Though While optimists dance on through life. We are all happier if what's spent. paid after that date, of course, the Improves the homo environment. penalty and costs of delinquency 3 and the 8 per cent rate of interest LETS PATRONIZB HOME INDUSTRY. are to be added. The bill would also reword the fc present law so that holders of mort- gages take a tax sale certificate to property when they nav the taxes. and the county treasurer becomes their collection agent. This proviWANTED GIRLS In thi Eeautj Prs fession Like Too! sion is largely a matter of clariflca- tion of the present law, and one or Fill in Coupon far Catalog two other minor points are similar Name State City ly clarified. Quish School of Beauty Culture appeal, as for example, "The Last The committee of nine members 3rd Finer Ent Uurosii Hit. fit. !5M Leaf and "0 Why Should the Spirit of the legislature and appointees of "Best li Ibi tirf Salt Lake City. Utah of Mortal be Proud?" Governor Henry H. Blood, which Is He observed the faults and foibles the organization and of his friends and associates, but Investigatingof the state Laughter government operation seldom commented upon their shortThe person who knows how to al office. In order to recommend when to laugh, and what to comings and never rebuked them economies Is making good progress, laugh, has achieved philosophy either in public or private; for a Drastic at, laugh reductions must be made in ell his own. notable instance William H. Horn-do- state expenditures to prevent the and his intemperate habits. recurrence of the present deficit of ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOB He revered George Washington, as reported to the legis admired Thomas Jefferson, at one $2,000,000, lature. The committee has asked time idolized Henry Clay, read with the cooperation of all state officials the of WebDaniel avidity speeches AN INTEEMOUNTAIN PRODUCT In arriving at the facts needed to ster. make their report Precedent He numbered among his friends an unusually large company of minEepresentative Daniel F. Mitchell The referendum idea isn't new isters of the Gospel, yet when he of Duchesne Introduced a memorial Noah sent out a dove to see if the ran for President, only three of the to congress asking appropriations land was dry. Arkon twenty-odministers in Springfield to such counties in which there are large quantities of Indian land and voted for him. personal property, exempt from tax- Utah High School cf Dsauty Culture 3rd Floor Clill BIJ(j., Silt Llk Cilj, Ulih He loved to sit with the "boys" ation in the state. Iba Beauty Cuittiii Profession Knows no Depression A to memorial of other members about the stove in the village store Tn can bow lean a (rgiesslm that will mil rm Ittctentsnt on winter evenings, crack Jokes, and legislatures asking them to memor fei tki csit al rem dais. $15 par raont only far ta caiet lamlliite aar earn wills tea tears sink listen to the gossip of the neighbor ialize congress to pass the Frazier conrsa at sii mcatlis. Pbosi ar wrlla lor aar catalogue. Mall la cecpa. hood, delighted in minstrel shows, bill, which provides that existing NAME and was tickled by the antics of farm Indebtedness be refinanced by ADDRESS clowns and comedians, thought a the government, was Introduced In the house by Representative J. Hall THIS WEEK'S PRIZE STOKYC traveling circus was great fun. He had one of the best "forget-teriesof Utah county. Legislatures of of all our public men, thus Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, he "forgot" the shabby treatment Wisconsin, Nevada, and Illinois You are tho pivot aronnd which tha be received at the hands of Edwin have so far memorialized congress wheel of industry revolver; the the acce!erator; ad, ths power M. Stanton in Cincinnati, 1855, and to this effect. that keeps it froinff in a given direction. wheel turning: in your directiom the him Start in of war appointed secretary The new codes of laws of Utah by supporting: the industries that sup his cabinet. has been a prodigious work for the port you. Buy Intermouniain made good He was indifferent as to his per and all having ti do and your money will return to you. legislature, MISS VERDA HICKENS. sonal attire, yet was distinctive In with the carrying out of the plan. Richmond. Utah. his choice of high hat, The legislature now has much work coat, and a black bnw tie, worn to do In meeting the pressing ecoaround a low turned-dowcollar. nomic crisis of the state. He was In. life mercilessly criti Unemployment Insurance Is the cized, treacherously misrepresented, met by setting up of a problem cruelly maligned, and basely slan- state Wow Your unemployment reserve fund In dered, and in death he was all but a For WMta lagtierns, Kails, lacks and cigar aaaalar treats, bill introduced in the house by Piciuciisi tils' ii4 accliaiilel 30 alums traai aar deified. ta tear Breeders. We are distrlaeters tar He was not a demigod, but very Representative Ray R. Adams. The Breeders, and Liccaln calek leeders. Wrile Isr saeclal ericas Is the plan now bebasis of bill the cast dtsceeats at aiders alacad aaw. aid human; he made mistakes and fore the Ohio legislature and that Ramshaw profited by them ; he was a lover of Ml So. SHU Stieet, Salt Lake City, Una his kind and made generous allow being offered In other states. It Is ance for the Imperfections of hu proposed to set aside annually 3 per cent of state payroll, the fund manity, and because of these all too to be the to Intentions used assist the unemploy' "Now rare virtues he belongs to the Let' a man be true to his intened. The would the be fund under ages." Detroit News. tions and his efforts to fulfill them, supervision of the state Industrial commission. Representative Adams and the point is gained, whether he succeeds or not. Letters of Abraham Lincoln Always states the bill provides that, begin Thomas Carlyle. cent 3 lOIM, this per the People ning July 1, Of, By and shall be placed in a reserve until "So long as there Is a man JOSEPH WM. TAYLOR, inc. July 1, 3937, and the money would willing to work, but unable to Funeral Directors & Advisers. find employment, the hours of be used to pay unemployment bene12S No. Main SU Salt Lake City labor are too long." fits on a sliding scale. The bill pro Consult our puhlic Advisory Department The words quoted above are not vides that unemployed men shall re for any phase of Modern funeral method those of a modern-daeconomist; ceive $14 and women $fl a week as and chances. Fifty years of Service. they come from the mind and lips a maximum weekly wage. Hesitation of one who long ago had his finger The theory of the bill Is that the To hesitate is to yield, to deliberon the pulse of American affairs. employer shall pay for the cost of ate is to be lost; we must act alHe came from the people and rose idle human labor, Just as he pays ways on principles; we must never to high estate and esteem by mere for Idle machinery. pause to calculate consequences. force of character and Indomitable Representative Adams declares Agrippinus. will. lie was more that the reserve fund will have the than learned. He held no degree effect of being a great stabilizer of from a great university; he dis unemployment covered no new planets; he flew no IN THE oceans; he amussed no colossnl for- BILLS INTRODUCED GASOLINE tune. Yet he did, at a time when HOUSE it required a degree of courage rare IT. B. 21 raxton R. F. C. loans in history, stand firm for his con- for AgriculIrrigation purposes. victions. Class meant little to him ture and Irrigation. beyond a division set aside for H. B. 2.3, Lane Newspaper libels. Not Quite Safe ends. He was of, by and Manufacturers have now learned Judiciary. for the people. n. B. 24. Duties of county to make the office safe from almost lie had visions, yet was not vi- auditor. Judiciary. everything except sticky fingers- .sionary. Ills Judgment may not H. B. 25. Maw SltO.POO state de- Los Angeles Times. have been infallible, yet It was ficit bill. Appropriations. based on logic and foresight His n. J. M. 1. Hail Frazier farm work was arduous, yet he never bill. Agriculture and Irrigation. turned aside. Hard labor was his n. J. M. 2. Mitchell Indian lan.lf In portion early life, his choice Revenue and taxation. later. Of lowly origin, he rose to II. B. 19," Keddington Maximum heights never dreamed of. Out- salaries of sinte officers. Rule wardly uncouth, perhaps, but polPassed ayes, fil. ; nnys. ished as the finest steel beneath. suspended. 4. absent, 8; Rough at times, perhaps, yet ten There's only one certain way to II. B. 20, rectol Creation nnd der as a woman ti those In distell a woman's aire: ask another fish state of and game woman. s. tress, he who fqioke the words disposition London funds. and Fish game. quoted saw far Info the future and II. B. 21, Pax'on Liquidation of the thought came from the heart. closed banks. Banking. week will be paid He wns the workers' friend. SO word II. B. K5, Erlikson $17.",000 dorg the onbrat"Wh? lie is so still. As long as the ros of V. women. Public for milory should I, ast Intcrmountain made world exists, down through the ages f.oods" Similar nnd above. to Serd grounds. will reverberate Abraham Lincoln's buildings roqi story in prosa or verse to In- II. II. 17. Petersen Establishing lermoonmiii Products Column. P (1. forceful words of consolation nnd Uax 1535, Salt I.aka accident liens for medical profesCity. If roof to all who eiirn encouragement stars1 appears a livelihood by tfie sweat of the sion. Judiciary. column tnu -II. B. 12, Petersen eeiva check Pertaining t brow. The world may tinver Roe Ms state Industrial school. It dustrial like again, but Ids memory w1L' school. W.N.U. S.tt I ak. City Week No. S30I never perish. The Great Emancipator m INFLATIONISTS Sally Sez Utah Legislature pi!lera victory lr ahnlded big words, never padded his speeches, was frequently laconic gaining votes everywhere a' and pointedly brief. He was fond of poetry, wrote Hie epense ol that of William Cos verses of a homely sort and liked :rave. his chief opponent. test poems of a somber or pathetic fl 1933 Wrii-N.wMp, t nion won a smashing 'lie Irish Free statp elections, r ly 2 i X A? , long-taile- d Piace Order l Hatcheries For y d Packed With Power Tit-Bit- - $5.00 r $5.00 "