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C : WK athee .. . AV :;. n: ITT AH Ptviw and colilcr tonight; moderate cold wave In Fouth and cast portions: Tliursdaj fair; colder in soatlicast portion." . .' - . .. .. .;. . .- .. . . . o , , . . . ? Xp:r - "v- q & . - ElyillbE iiE II PROPOSAL; SEEKj flENM (SS I I I Delegates Seek Political and Territorial Integrity f Nov. 16. PHILADELPHIA, ing introduced to Ifli lf) llT ' upon beAmelia Ii1j:s. McCudden,- British war - Marcompli- Guarantees , DR. KOO IS SPEAKER , - with emotion tenseness revealed dramatically by hU clenched "fLst Wood-roWilson accepted the applause of cheer- .thou.iabtia in ing Washington Arm Istlco Iay. Mrs.:.',AVUon "... fetandlnt; beside him.ehareti In the wonder-.- '. ' ful greeting. V The - cigaret caaea. .demurrers on which were to have buen argued be-- -! fore City Judge D. R. Uoberts in the city court this morninsr," will come up tomorrow morning1 in for arraignment .. me coun. ai. .iu a. m. a .nis wu.a announced today by City Judge Roberta. Instead of appearing in the court and arguing the demurrers the attor neya for the defendants submitted the demurrers. County Attorney David that Wilson arose and told there were .decisions which he wished to bring to the notice of the court that had been handed down in like cases TenJKJ "Your visit to America will do much to create a friendly j spirit between England and America," he said, and then he kissed the English woman who sent three sons into the British army, none of whom returned. Several dignitaries were guests at the Philadelphia event in honor of the marshal of France, y i . w the-cou- - - s- ; .... -. , .... ' ' --t J - , ; rt States. ARRAIGNED THURSDAY. City Jude Roberts said that he did not believe that the hearing of the decisions was necessary under conditions and promptly overruled the" demurrers after which hd announced that the defendants would be arraigned tomorrow morning at ' 10 o'clock. The defendants are IlemenwRy & and L. M. JMoser Co.; Hall: The United Cigar Stores; a corII. B. poration, and Jl. C. HillV. and R. Rounds Goddard. Howard Clark; and Harry Korb. It is understood that the defendants have retained besides the local .attorneys attorneys residing In' Salt Lake to represent them, ana U is also understood that they will demand a jury ,.yv. w.dmi., !! i -- the-exlst-in- iND'lPEK MET; VALLEY c WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. (By the Associated Press.) preservation of "territorial integrity and political and administrative independence," together with preservation of the opent door against-secrepolicy and a prohibition were inciuaea treaties In the Far East in the Chinese proposal outlined today at the Initial session of theon.armaFar ment conference committee Eastern questions. China in return would agree Vnot to alienate or lease any portion . of her to any foreign' power,, and territory' "all special rights, privileges, immuni-tie- a .or commitments."; now , held " In China by any foreign power are to he i .t carefully v OTHER JELE3IEXTS. All "existing., limitations upon China's political, jurisdictional and administrative freedom of action," would be removed .and. provision made for future conferences from time to time for the international discussion of the Far Eastern situation. Other elements of the Chinese proposals provide for full - respect for China's rights as a neutral in all future wars to which the nation is not a party and for peaceful settlement of International disputes in the Pacific and the Par East. Dr. Wellington Koo, who presented the Chinese proposals, dald they were made In the Interest of all powers involved in the Far East as well as of China and if adopted "would pave the way toward solving some of the pera firmer plexing problems in foundation of the Pacific and Far ; . PflNEMRST VS BUILDER SSTRE ET AC . Company Expects Men to Huntsville Bucket . Brigade Walk Out Temporarily U and Ogden Department Combat Tierce Blaze Closing Fields Block to Be Remodeled, Ogden Firm Announces Wedell-Kiese- trial. l OBJKCTIONS CITKI. The various complaints were to on two' grounds, first, that did not constitute a public the charge DENVER, Colo,. Xov. "10. Gavernor The., .entire northeast- - section - of offense and second that the complaints Involving $100,000 a deal was prac- East."NO PROGRAM OUTLINED. a siKrap toiay proclamation iiuntsvtiia. .in Ogden' valley, was did not comply with the requirements tically consummated last night by program for the consideration of declajrinjr martial .law in Huerfano threatened with, destruction .for an !of section 9 420 of the compiled lawn of which the Paine & .Hurst company, FarNo Eastern, questions was agreed hour last a fire completely Utah, which is as follows unty efcttivc at m:.?nlght tonight nlghtwhm of the delegations but heads the hupon. 2469 has Ave. the bought The governor announctNl SHeriff Harry destroyed the home of Airs. Jens Peter-Capp- s, "Proceedings anda actions before a Wedell-Kies-"Washington nine the com-- . the of powers forming 68 24 of tluf county .had nottflotl sbn. Th home burned to' the ground justice's block. Washington offense court for public were meet to mittee later today to vflth'tlto and .caused-him of his 'Inability to' cojkj $1,500 loss. It was not must be commenced by complaint un- - avenue, directly across the street from an of frame order procedure. situation resulting from the powtlitif t covered by. Insurance, The firm expects jder oath, setting forth the ofoffense ,the present location. There "was no response from the A burning-shingleof wag1 reduction notices this morning Bite before their new with such to the time, occupy particulars charged, after China had presented Japanese in Colorado Fxtol &- "Iron company the Peterson to house Jrom s en to adjoining place, person and property lease expires in June, 1922. - present of view her the situation, and although mines. roof the and of .the Shields able the defendant to understand dls;homc3 The entire lower portion, of the some general discussion developed, all . .nouse caugnt .lire out was exungulsti- - 7tinctly Wedell-Kiesoffense is to of remodeled be the block the character of the other nations represented TRLXIDA1, Colo.. Nor.' 1". Hy. the ed beforo causing great damage. &. Hurst establishof, and to answer. to the to suit the- Paine a detailed statement of their d complained .ARsociutftl Press.) Thlrtyflvti 1mm .. More than 200 residents of the of that with the exception part ment, ' for later presentation. coal miners In the southern Co.o- - Icy. formed a bucket brigade and complaint." -- oo occupied by the Fashion Shop which opinions Chinese The with respe ratio field will refuse to report for .fought .the. flames until it was llease runs until 1923, according to to Far Eastern proposals are as thirteen mlii. opemied t by , parent that tho Peterson hame could questions & Hurst authoritatively to 'have the stated A. B. Foulger of the Paine "moral not le saved. A call, .was pent ' to l tie Colorado l'Tiei s iron. oompany-morrow, as an nnswvr to a notittv port Ogden and the delegation. support" of the American responded, CHARGE CONSIDERED company.HOTEL IS PLANNED oo-ed today putting into erfect toraomnt maXing the. run apparatus in less twenty than, a wugo , reduction,, of npproxln:vtely minutes. The arrival of the Ogden The upstairs portion 'of the block i John 1'. Is iu was paid, .probably saved to be remodeled by eastern capital- AMERICAN DOLLARS ti tldrty ier cent acronlln Associ16. PARIS. Nov, (B" the for a modern hotel. Negotatlons McLennan, president- - of dLslriei 15, tho entire section vt the town from ated. .Press.) ists The council' of the are now who the f Lames. :; 1 . vIN ROYAL WEDDING Vnltcsl Iine Worker of America.' . being caTrled on relative to a aftermet " j. here this of nations on long-tim- e that every mine opthe The blaze'.'started in the rear of the league of lease nlo upper portion predicted noon to consider the lirnt accusation erated by t lie Colorado l"uel & Iron Peterson home .while Die family was of covenant-breakin- g since the league the buildingor a will be.idl within at dinner.- Its. orijin lavnot, known. came into force. NEW YORK, Nov. 16. A marriage day It is understood that the eastern Incomian" case was that The :' ..... , . their architect The wind fanned the, flames and they of two. had terests make settlement have j.. ;.. involving a $250,000 propwhose troops have an examination of the and made in 1874 by the mortgage building erty qu:cKjy .until got gpread beyond they British been charged by the governestimates all DENVER, Colo., ,ovv 1 6. Notice controJ' of the bucket crew.; The blate ment of necessary haveeen that parents Lady Randolph Churchill, with Invading the territory of a. o ciork ana an another waa of of New York, the Jerom.e Jennie for ui at arrived uiMcovercct ws ,the at remodeling tv formerly miuinuji Albania. member juerai30 per cent, to take e'fteot hour later the Peterson .home was Mota league "which" will involve "the when she became the wife of Lord proxiniately portion upper repBockovltch, tomorrow mom.ng in.13 of the com- burnod to the. ground.' It was owned resentative Churchill, Randolph Henry Spencer expenditure of close toon$49,000. com on the. reparations' was 26 in coal mines tne oiock has was Colorado, revealed Tuesday In court. She of mission, was here as head of the dele-- 1 The first payment by Caroline Peterson, mother pany's June after, amputation of her posted at the headquarters of the, Colo- James Peterson. 'and the insurance is gation from his country to deiead been made, Mr.. Foulger said today. died last -' leg,-duof to complications from rado "Fuel and ' Iron 'company.; here said to have runout rcceatly. the remainder the and payment right J position. g made be the ankle. will this morniag. The , work a fractured following to- the fire was. made by 1 Jugo-SlavTherun--has not vet 'accepted price the abstracts which is Papers signed by. Supreme Court wages directly affects about 3,500 men enter Ueorge A.. Graves a car and the the recent decision of the allied coun- of looking up in Las mines Anfmas in and triple .combination wagon' In 15 min cil of ambassadors outlining , way. Justice Mullan, cancelling the 3250,-00- 0 nowunder employed the fronHuerfano counties. None of the com- utes and when the department re tiers of AJbanla. mortgage on the Manhattan club , I1EGIN RENT COLIJECTION ' mines in Fremont Twenty-sixt- h in street, showed East pany's Will ,V the , oo turned, be& Hurst company speedometer.. rejlstered The Paine son counties are affected. a her father to was. it that gift by . , ' Z,8 miles. on rents of .the collection gin the 'AUlUIHNTCLAMfCD' Charles Churchill, The ire George Spencer. discovered 8:20 .was,, at 12 GERMANS KILLED block next month. Blandford and later duke It ' is the contention of. the company of o'clock last marquis and the ' night of department the the remodeling Discussing that the- reduction of wages, is being receivecPthe alarm at 8:30 o'clock. and Thomas M. Foote FACTORY BLAST upper of the building Mr. Foul- of Marlborough, portion in accordance with as New of put into effect York, was encounConsidegable difficulty that this The agreement trustees. ger said that, he understood the employes 'of the tered the two agreements withwhich the Jeaves.in by water the ditch near to in was the future: that men to hold the authorized begin were made last choking the. mines affecteff, and 16. Nov. pay mortgage Twelve peoMATENCE, pumping equipment. the 'building.' had been examined by $10,000-' At that time, it is claimed to Lady Churchill and August. o 60 been year killed and have Injured of ple ln the the various "employ by ; of flcials, 'the men circulated petitioher husband during her life. At her In an explosion in a factory at Dotz-hei- engineers Insurance companies and that they death, ns-asking ALLIES that 'in order CHECK UP Weis-badeif she outlived her husband, a short distance from had allowed a valuation of $53,000 on her issue. their working'tlme, their wages be reto receive the principal, . Prussia-to The the some ON damage insurance BULGARIAN. ARMY factory is estimated at 25,000,000 it for - ".- - purposes years which willwasnow . be divided between duced. '.The company executives deago. clared a i reduction of wages to take Winston . Churchill, British Spencer marks. It is proposed to equip'the buildeffect Septembjerl. which would es state for colonies, and of de General secretary the Goutte, recommanding elevator service and to with, SOFIA, Nov. 16. The period al- French ing tablish the scale in effect from Nov em lowed Churchill. John in Spencer visited Strange that district, troops ' brother-in-lamodel it along modern lines for hotel ultimatum of the allied the ber 1, 1917, to November 20...1919, Churchill's men his In Lady and assisted . disband-meInjured of "forcouncil .ambassadors An offltial. statement issued at the John Leslie of London; .was appointed rescue work. ; Steps are being tak- purposes. of the Bulgarian regular army the The lower front of the Wedell-Kiesexecutive offices here, signed by J. F. the elder duke of Marlen disby the French to 'relieve the volunteer-forcblock is occupied at present by the trustee when and institution- of a Inter-allieYVelborn. president of - the-; ' -company, 1832. Mr." Foote died in died tress survivors. borough ' thed Moor Felix has expired and the miliCafeteria, V' Kennedy .The .' petition to say: several ago. 40 years is Dotzheim miles of n "On Thursday, November 17, the tary- commission checking Oppaa "where an explosionnorthwest was made by Mr. the cancel mortgage in the said Mr. cadres throughout the of Badische Anllln concern on plant today- that the Leslie as. the Foulger Colorado Fuel" and Iron company will up the. army ." trustee. surviving Sep- present occupants had not as yet been '.. effect- a reduction in wages country;oo put intomine 21 injured notified regarding the purchase lot workmen. at eight of its . The government declares It. has dis- tember4 000killed 1000 persons, of coal, persons and laid in waste the building but that only the Fashion mines in Las Animas county and five charged all conscripted soldiers and About limited the volunteer: force to the fig- the entire factory ; and the village of shop was occupying any portion of the RECEIVER ASKED in .Huerfano county Colorado. . , . , Qppau. in the treaty of Neullly.-Undelower front under, a lease. "This reduction is' made at "those ure, fixed FOR CO-O- P FIRM oo JLhe Bulof where provisions W. KIESEL HERE ; mines only negotiations during I 000 delivered cars has. !. railroad last August with the .employes resulted garia Wedell-Kiesblock is owned FORMER ROYAL PAIR byThe ; in agreements which have been passed to Serbia, XI. the W. and Wedeli Fred J.Kie-se- l CHICAGO. Nov. 18. An order reoo' upon and found to be both legal and NEAR W. Kiesel said today straining Harrison Parker and other OF estate. ISLE EXILE Fred reasonable by- the industrial .commis- ROOSEVELT SHAFT that the initial payment1 in the deal trustees of the Society of sion of Colorado. At 'mines where no as- America, receivers for the made and been he that had felt no has - AT PANAMA CANAL agreement was'reachedwages-.attempt GIBRALTAR. Nov. IS. (Uv the sured that the entire deal would be " society and officials of the Amboy to reduce ; . ben made TO Associated Former consummated at son as the necessary Products, company,- - from disbursing Press.) Emperor OLD SCAIJi ' Charles of Austria-Hungar- y and for- abstracting had been done. Hfe ar any resources of the Amboy Products "The reduction will restore the scale PANAMA. Nov.. 16. A monument mer. Empress Zlta are nearing their rived recently-froSacra- company was Issued Tuesday by Fedto Theodore Roosevelt Js to be erected place of exile on the, island of Madeira. mento into Ogden of wages in "effect during 'the-- years look after interests "of the eral Judge Carpenter. Attorneys for of 191S and 1919. on; Ancon .hill, overlooking the canal, The British Cardiff, with the Fred J. Kiesel estate in the pending Parker and other defendants are or"The reasons, actuating 'the com- in, whose construction he. took such former 'royal.cruiser, on aboard, arrived deal for the Wedell-KiesPair block which dered to appear Friday to rhow cause pany in making this reduction a're Im & 'great part." The idea, which was here today en route to Funchal. .Ma- he said was owned, half by the Fred why a receiver should not be appointperative need for cheaper fuel' for the originated by J.' If. Grieserv canal zone deira, in the Atlantic off the north- J. Kiesel. estate and half by Mr- - We- ed for the Amboy Products company k swimming director,; has been approved western coast), of Africa, a. compara deli, after other business on the petition of stockof a' number ' ; (Continued on Pae Two) ,by the. authorities. Interests- holders . tively short sail from this port.. - . lsul de-imurr- ed la-i- ng el t high-windTswep- ' s fc . el re-Ber- - val-dre- " . . ; .up-Mor- k. a-- t . -- ; , ap-pafat- ; us . . . -'' - - : - a, Jugo-'Slavl- Jitgo-Slavl- an ' order-reducin- - e ' ugo-Slavia- 's. . . . ia v' - ,.- " . and-.Gunn- . ij ; . ;. . J . Wedell-Kiesel , - " -- . -- - -- a -- , m. n. - In-th- e - w, . nt - el - - e of-th- " " - e - has-begu- i - . - , - r -- the-treat- . y el " . - . , , : - Co-Operat- ive . Co-Operat- ive : -- . . . . . : . - ' . , - 4 P, fJU V '.'rv & FlliilLEliyS Ifilllllu II CWDISAB; T0 GET VOTES UP I Escaped Federal Prisoner Caught When Attempting Robbery at Phoenix f DAWSON CITY, Y. T., Nov. political campaign for the Yukon's lone seat in the Canadian parliament is being waged with dog" sleds over the trackless white wastes of the frozen north. NEVER WAS WOUNDED Story of Gardner's Career Better Than Yellow-bac- . k Captain George Black, government candidate, was last reported nine days ago at the little mining town of Mayo, which he reached by an mush from Minto, on the Yukon 80-mi- ; le . , . el I and-to.loo- . Nov. Arlz. PHOENIX, : 46.-T- he bandit captured here last night at the Santa Fe station following an attempt to- rob a mail car was Identified ty finger ' prints today as- Roy Gardner, who recently escaped from the federal at McNeil's island. penitentiary to the police,5 Gardner According ' admitted his identity. NEVER WOUNDED. ;, Police officers also attempted to identify the prisoner as Gardner by a Wound in the leg which was reported to have received from the gun of a . when from McNeil's guard island.- 'Officers "were unable to find ' the wound and ,the prisoner main- fired by tained that none of the shots' the guards struck him. ' Officers said that while there was nothing' of unusual value in the. mail on board the car attacked last night; a local bank planned to ship $15,000 from here today and they believe the would-b- e robber had been "tipped' off to the shipment but got the wrong . ' i ..' train. .'..- The mail car attacked last: night v was on Atchison, Topeka; and Santa Fe train No. 170. The robber boarded the car 10 minutes before the train was due to leave for Louisiana and it is the theory of local officials that he Intended to ride to a nearby sta tion, where they helieve he had ac' . complices waiting for him; ' GUN . IN SIDE FEELS of clerk Herman Inderlied Phoenix, In charge of the car, said he was not looking when the would-b- e robber got in the car and that he first knew of the other's presence when he felt .a gun pressed against his body ; and, turned around to find a masked jnan holding a revolver against him. Inderi lied, Who. is six feet, two inches tall and weighs about 215 pounds, struck his assailant, took his gun away from' him and then sat on him while he waited for officers to respond to calls. Then the bandit was taken to' the county jail, where he said he was "R. P. Nelson of Chicago." , ; Inderlied went out With his car last : ".; night. was holding hfl : . prisoner, the latter said: 0W $25, earned your "Well, you,ve to a standing tonight," referring offered' to ixnaiL clerks for tfti capture of mail boaidits. was J" , standAnother Santa Fe train ing on a track at the focal station "just a few feet from No. I70,and a South' ern Pacific train, with two marit i guards in the mail car was at ti e Southern Pacific station a Quarter pf a block away When Inderlied was at . tacked. NEVER SHOOTS UNAR31ED ... Inderlied, who returned to Phoenrt today, was called to the police stf.- - r tion to identify the prisoner formal as his assailant. As he approached tX?? prisoper, the '. latter held out his hand and said: "You haven't got any hard feelings, have you?' T "I've got a wife and child at home." Inderlied replied.. "and if you had had a gun last night, your wife would ' have been a widcLw today. I never hurt an unarmed man. But next time a gun is stuck against you, you "put up your hands--i- t Gardner behind might not be Roy .. r the gun.". . Gardner told the police officers that, he had lived here for three weeks, staying at a hotel and ' driving about the streets of the city in his automob-, ile.;--. ;.; He blamed the failure of. his attack last night on the fact that Inderlied a white man, "was in charge of the car instead of the negro mail clerk that Gardner thought would be in charge...' s confident the , negro have obeyed the ' command - to put up. ' - - river. -- F. T. Congdon, Liberal candidate, noW on his way from British Columbia, .. will take the trail behind a special dog team at White Horse soon. Both candidates expect to cover hundreds of miles by:leds before the "election December 6.1 " " he-escap- - " FflnyfORLORP! ASlllTCKES PICKi Y , v - : Eleven Passed Including Five; Women as Third Day Arrives ; " -- . I ' - :; - shal Foch night, Suggestions Made Today Judge Roberts Promptly mented Mrs.lastMcCudden upon Overrules Demurrers With her visit to America and then Have Indorsement of AmLittle Argument erican Delegation leaned forward and kissed her. V i. ' & mother, at the banqiiet to -- i : Alleged Cigaret Law Breakers Line Up Strong Array of Lawyers ' WAGES OF start at once ?t Do yourselves, clerks and business men a favor. ON GIGARET LAW OPENS CASE IN CITY COURTj Emma . - LAST EDITION .. . & . iWI0,PASS '?:."'.''.. - ' . H 'p:;r 4 . ' ' a . . ISjpfGH l . . ' ' ' are looking, around now for Christmas gifts. It, must be done eventually. Why not ' The- wise citizens OGDEN CITY, UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1921. ' . C i No. 330 Year Fifty-fin- t 'Ml w 1 r UU 'HL J XH XMAS SHOPPING VI 1 r SAX FRANCISOO, NoV. 16 One-four- th of the seats in the courtroom were occupied today when the trial of Rfcscoe C. (Fatty) Arbuckle on a manslaughter charge In connection with the death of Virginia Rappe was Mrs. Edith Unsworth, a prospective Juror, one of ' the five women who was passed by. the prosecution and de- for further examination when th prosecution charged that she had expressed an opinion and wanted to get on the jhry. She admitted she told a "friend in response to a question that she, would "like to be on the Jury".but denied expressing any opinion-l- n regard to guilt or innocence. She was allowed- to ; remain n the jury box pending examination of another pros pective juror. Peter Hansen, a retired liquor dealnext talesman .to 'be exer, was the amined. v FATTY FORLORN The defendant, wearing the same forlorn expression, for the . last two days has fingered his felt hat, rolled paper wads and sat apparently oblivious of what was transpiring, 'while attorneys wrangled over,- legal points and put lengthy questions to prospective jurors. , The activities of the. women's vigi lant committee, a moral uplift or ga nidation, in watching the case and sending representatives to the court room, figured largely in the jury ques tionlng. The medical testimony to- be introduced was also mentioned. The talesmen were asked by the de fense if such testimony, mtght.be con nected by .them in any way with any possible moral lapse .on the part of Miss Virginia Rappe, In- connection with whose death Arbuckle is being tried. They answered that they would be guided solely by the evidence. ' WOMEN IN BOX . Indicated transgressions of the prohibition ' law by Arbuckle and Miss Rappe would have ho effect on the talesmen," they answered. They also said that the detention of witnesses , by the district attorney would . not bis hands. THEORY CONF1R3IED , prejudice them either against the .Gardner confirmed the. j police-theorprosecution or the witnesses involvedJ that he intended to me women in the box are all housetry to get wives and some of them have children the $15,000 he believed was to be the Arbuckle shipped, but he denied that he had who, they said, enjoyed , ' motion pictures.-- accomplices. any ' s" "Don't you know I always ,,fwork oo alone?" he said when asked- about ac- ' v complices, NORWAY DISPUTES He told .officers that he had watched window closely during the regist.-yDENMARK'S CLAIMS the three weeks he was here, waiting to. see if any valuable shipments were be Nor- - ing made. Yesterday, , he said, he CHRISTIANIA. Nov. 16cr-T- he heard a bank J messenger mention a weglan government has informed Denmark that It cannot recognize the ex- shipment of $15,000, and Gardner tension of Danish sovereignty to the said he believed Jt.would.be sent out whole of Greehland. which was an- on train No. 170 last night. Postoffice officials saii Gardner nounced last May. Norway contends have found the negro mail that the Danish action prejudices the would In charge of the car had ho riKhts of Norwegians to the whaling, clerk until have waited which and tonight. The negro was fishing they Ffaling on unchallenged in tifiii now carried '" ':. Greenland waters. (Continued on I'age Elsht) - x te-sum- ed. ' fjiser-Wasecall- : . ed , While-Inderlie- : rS-wa- rd . Ar-buckl- e'8 , - '". . . - - - . , ,, -- . - -- " . . -- - - - - . , He-wa- y . : . . . ' - 1 ' ' - . ; ' - ?