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WEATHER y El 53 v aMa T Ogden Invites You to the ' ' Third Annual ' v OGDEN ,. LIVESTOCK ' SHOW' January 3, 4, 5, 6, 7: 1922.: . Flfty.first Year No. OGDEN CITY, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15, 1921. 159 mm LAST EDITION 4 P. M" i Z3 J L c on A1 c Q i s L IATTLE WAGE if 0FAPAR1W ' CAMERA STUDIES OF PRINCESS MARY Agreement Na Nearer on Acceptance of Irish Free State Plan ULSTER rr - DEFENSIVE v Asquith Speaks for Adoption of Treaty by British DUBLIN, Deo. 15. f By the Associated - Press) Hope that the Dail Eireann would bo able to the reach a vote on ratification of sesAnglo-Iris- h treaty in a public sion tomorrow was expressed by Michael Collins, one of the advocates of ratification as the Dial went into another secret session . at 8 o'clock this evening:. of Band Which Killed Defender of Jail : Bombs Will Drive Out Feudists JACKSON, Ky., Dec. 15. Three members of the band which raided the Breathitt county Jail on Monday morning, killing one man. fatally wounding a woman and seriously wounding an- . f Princess Mary, King's Daughter, ulti-'mate- ly ' - : ; . . , Ws" ? ! - yt I Regular Girl - ; ted -- r. . i . , exercistreaty and their method--o- f ing their authority. The Freeman's Journal states that at the ' private sessions yesterday friendliness entirely "courtesy and superseded the snappiness noticeable In the morning." Jt was found necessary, however, to appoint a committee to examine all the correspondence mission to relating to the- delegates' Oommit-te- e London and the report of this - was presented today. " A large crowd assembled again today to watch the members of arrive at the national university, where the sessions are being held, and the welcoming cheers were again impartially distributed. Today's newspapers publish a letter from Mary MacSwiney, sister of the late- - lord mayor of Cork, protesting in strong terms against the treaty. ' MiPtflH: OLOiES Court Instructs Jurors to Colonia' Morelos Tract in Notify'Authorities of ; Mexico Sold Back to Government nsigned-Missives . . - - the-Dai- l SNIPING RESUMED. BELFAST, Dec. IB. (By The Associated Press,) Sniping was resumed in the vicinity of, Marrowbone and . York streets last night. The police fired on the concealed gunmen. The only casualties reported was the wounding of one man. A shop was wrecked by a. bomb after it had been closed for the night. One of the men wounded in. Tuesday's shooting died today. ASQUrTH SPEAKS, LONDON, Dec. 15. (By The Associated Press.) The house of commons this afternoon, resumed the debate on - -- agreement, the feature of .the early proceedings being an by former Premier Asquith the treaty 'for heartily commending the acceptance of the house.? The Ulster cabinet's letter deflnlte- -' ly rejecting the British government's invitation to 'enter the Irish free etate was made public today at Mr. Lloyd George's official residence. The letter. dispatched by Premier Sir James Craig in yesterday, protests against Ulster's terests being involved in the ' Anglo-- ! Irish treaty without her being con' sulted. V ULSTER DEFENSD7E. - Preliminary steps in an extensive movement for the development and of. the Ulster defense movement have been taken in Belfast, according to the correspondent of the Morning Post. He reports that the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland yesterday unaniadopted a resolution calling mously on ' all members, and those 'of the v iRoyal Black institution, to Join the association. This orLoyalist Defense ganization, he adds,-- . was formed to protect protestant interests in whatbecome necessary dur-iin- g ever the present situation. . i the Anglo-Iris- h ad-dre- ss . - . ion . - - way-migh- t -- , By MDLTON BRONNEH "I'd like to. know just, what kind of a girl she is!" , Millions of men and women have expressed that longing since the engagement of Princess Mary, the only daughter of the king and of England, was anqueen nounced. And their curiosity has been quickened by the report that her fiance, Lord Lascelles, may become governor general of Ireland. "I want to be a woman not a princess." Mary was Just a little girl when ehe said this but she has lived up to it ever since.. She was with her queen mother at a children's bazaar. She overheard a youngster say, "Mamma, I thought princesses wore crowns." "When do I get a crown?" Mary asked the queen. "When you marry a king," her mother replied. . "Then I'll never have a crown." said Mary; adding, ."I want to be a woman not a princess." One of the first things the queen taught Mary was- to mend and sew. She used to mend the socks of her brothers. During the war she knitted with all the other girls. One day something went wrong with a sewing machine at Balmoral Castle. The princess' met the girl mechanic sent to repair it . and exclaimed: "Oh, let me try! I am rather good with machinery and it' great fun fixing things." She took the machine to pieces, it ran put It together againj and . perfectly! .Another thing the queen taught her was the art of cpokery. Asked what kind of cooking she liked best, Mary replied with candor:. "I like to make something that I myself can eat afterward." One of the things she likes to cook is cake. Mary- was born at York College, Sandringham, April 25, 1897, and christened Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary. She was known as Diamond Jubilee baby because of her birth in the year of Queen Victoria's . diamond Jubilee. LONDON, Dec. 15. . - LOS ANGELES, Dec. , 15. EL PASO, Texas. Dec. 15. The Specula tion as to what part writers of anony Mormons will never reoccupy their mous letters might try to play in the lands at Colonla Morelos. Sonora. and trial of Arthur C. Burch, indicted for probably.- never will return to Colonla the murder 'of J.' Belton Kennedy. 'Diaz. Chihuahua..' Rpcordiner to Rishon broker, was Tifo among court at- O. P Brown, of. El Paso, a Mormon taches today, following' instructions on leader. The Morel o lands have Just the subject which- Judge Sidney N. been sold tovthe Mexican government Reeve gave the Jurors in the case yes- for $100,000 he announced. - ' v terday. ' , An order has been issued by v the The Judge stated he himself Mexican government and. now is in letters of this' character and the hands of a Mormon agent-iChithought It' possible others might have huahua; the bishop added, requiring been or would, he sent.to the. Jurors. that the lands at the Diaz. colony be He aked the latte? to turn over to returned to the Mormon colonists. The him .any such commonications' which delivery is expected to take place might-reacthem, so the proper au- about January 1, next. However, it thorities could be. notified and efforts is .unlikely that the Mormons will be made" to trace(the senders. to" that tract, he added. It Is Judge Reeve declined' to' divulge the proposed to sell the land, Bishop contents of the letters which he had Brown said. received, except -tp say they were "not Aocording to Bishop Brown, there . were about 800 Mormons at Colonla threatening." More witnesses were to be sum- Morelos and about 650 at Colonla Diaz. at today's They'left in J912 when revolutionary moned by the prosecution .' session. ., ' activity caused them hea.vy losses. The colonists now are. scattered about the OO United States, particularly r the south west.- uishoD Brown- declared "the COAL OPERATORS TO government is doing Its best PUT ON NIGHT SHIFT toObregon aqcord full Justice to the .Mormons." - t . - - v had-re-ceive- " d , . re-tur- n -- . - -- j - - - Hol-bro- -- . - Irish-Englis- - other today were surroynded ,by state troops in a cave on John Little's creek, twelve miles from here. Captain of the state forces planned toeffort to drive day to use t'as. In an . : r"' them out. The men were discovered" in the cave late yesterday. Captain Holbrook sent Alfred Noble, a friend of the funight to gitive trio, into the cave last . They sent ask the men to come out. came out it him word that when they would be "feet first." . -- -- " . n. . I DEFIANT State Guards Believe Gas (By the Associated. Press) Premier Sir James Craig left Belfast for Lorn The official don this afternoon. ' ' . reason given for his sudden de--. was that a grave sitnatlon parture was created by Prime. 3Ilnister reference to Irish "I4oydGeorg'H boundaries 'n his speech to the house of ct.... 11011s yesterday. DUBLIN, Dec. 15. (By The Asso-- i elated Press.) As the Dall ;'Eireann jmet today for the continuation of its ;secret session. It was declared by sup-- ! porters ojf Michael Collins and Arthurh '.Collins that 'as signers Of the peace agreement they felt sure of a J-majority in favor w, .' of the treaty. : declared no prominent person They In" any 'part of Ireland had yet protested against their action in signing an agreement with the British cabl-Ine- t. President- de Valera's objections were stated to certain details of the would have treaty, which he thinks been been improved if it had to him and the Dail" cabinet ' before it was signed. As to Mr. de Valera's position with that regard to the treaty, it Is asserted were when the government's proposals submitted to the Dall cabinet on were 3 certain objections September de Valera does not made which-Mthink were adequately met in the final draft. The secret session is occupied with a discussion of these points and . it was said after last night's adjournment that the members , had got no further along in their discussion than way they were when the public session concluded early yesterday afternoon. Today's session was. held in private because, ' despite the exhaustive debate of yesterday,' aI decision had not been reached on the preliminary point regarding the authority of the Irish plenipotentiaries who signed the . IS: GANG I Dec 15. WASHINGTON, Wilson is omrade to consider nimsell as a proud George Halverson, Ogden attorney. of all tho men of the cxpodl" was painfully cut and bruised about forces.' tlonary JT. the face and head yesterday afternoen Replying to a letter from vioo iln first an presiMulford, altercation which arose as the Bentlcy dent of th Rainbow Division Vetresult of the trial of the case of S, C. erans, jcxtendlnjr .. New Year's Creetincs, Mr. Wilson in a letter Stephens against Luella Doxey, which made public today by Mr.. Mulford, is In litigation in the' district court, t says: Mr, Halverson, who was unable to . "I am proud to rejrard myself as with the case yesterday after-nooproceed a comrade of all of the "men of the declared owing forces. It therefore, j that' W. J. to his injuries, expeditionary J. Stephens, affords mo tho greatest pleasure Jr.. GeorgeStephens, W. and W. P. Stephens to. receive from a. group of them In him attacked th Stephens such a greeting as is conveyec to ment of the Doxev apartments baseon mc by your letter of December the 'Twenty-sevent- h . street, when he and ninth.? (Witnesses in the case had 'gone "there ,to examine the apartment which is the .; auojeci 01 tne present suit. Mr? .Halverson Is attorney for Mrs. Doxey, who owns the apartments In which 8. C. Stephens Is trying to $11,000 . equity. Mrs.. Doxey claims, the equity has been forfeited for the reason that Stephens failed to complete the building for --her in accordance with a contract, r -c- Dec. 15! , J. Stephens, Jr.,'Declare3 Vile Term Started Fracas in Dark Trailed to Cavern - BELFAST, . Members !'. ,7 outcom;e of suit s XV. Parliament i tinuance of Case mm y i George Halverson Bruised So Much He Asks Con- - ; RST, IS its - mm 1U JB ok. - . re-rov- er . iraAiiis HAPPEXS IN BASEMENT. Witnesses In the case and Mr. Halverson had gone to the apartments to look over the heating plant and they GETS MORE MEN were in the basement. Mr. Halverson did not feel that Captain Holbrook he was pointing out to N. J. Harsaid to hold was force his little adequate exfor Stephens, a place near , ris, attorney cave which both entrances of the the boiler which had not been cementon Little's hill a John tends through ed the when were finished so apartments creek to the head ot caney creeK, f and had Just remarked, "this cement rnlng to he returned here this ' Declares was not lJ15,-fo- r in I was Spokesman completed to leave more men. He planneu here and Inspected It." in an hour with ten or fifteen aaai Have "Gone .'Mr. Halverson said that Immediatetional men. Bloodhounds were brought! Negotiations Over Top 'of HOI" ly following his remark, W. J. Stephhere again today. ens, who .standing behind him? cried; the troops were Reports were that "You are a d liar." The attorney: in bombs considering the use of gas WASHINGTON. Dec.5 15. (By the said he whirled around to find Mr. an effort to force the men. out; of the with a large apirit level 3 la Associated Press.) cave. Agreement has Stephens - Mr-his to raised hira. strike hands, LEADERS OP GANG been reached' by the United States. Halverson said he grabbed Mr. Steph- -' The three men. Bud Noble and two Great Britain and Japan on limitation ens' arms to prevent him bringing the of the gang sons, are alleged leaders level down on his head and a struggle of seven men who stormed the Breath- of naval armament. It was said late followed. tn Finally they separated and; itt county Jail here Friday midnight the British Mr.i Halveraon today4by a spokesman for said that he called Mr.' ' an effort to free four relatives who delegation' j Stephens a name, which immediately were believed by the attackers to have The statement was made at the caused omers to jump "in and pouw been held there. Jail officers, howsame time in American delegation that him. deJail an scentin"' attempted ever, over naval ratio had 1 negotiations BATTLE IN COAL PILE. the the livery, had prevlouslv removed over successof the hill the "gone top The four men, according to the at to Winchester. All were held fully." : prisoners on murder charges. battered him with their fists' torney, . The British delegation spokesman and knocked him down upon a pile of The attack led to fight between the also said that the details of the agree- coal, the attacking party. ment would be made after J. C. Stephdesisting only jail officers and wounded In public later were'mem-ber- s ens in witnesses and the case had preThose killed and the day. The agreement was conmen the four from further at; of the jail staff, the raiders hav- sidered vented, as a assuring plenary aession tacking him. of ing escaped unwounded. Five alleged the conference tomorrow at which Mr. Halverson- said he mav bring members of the attacking party were agreement will be presented and action mountainous re- the against the men who attacked captured later In the formal expressed by the gions of Breathitt 00couhtv heads ofapproval the delegations of the three him. When the case was reopened later countries. In "he afternoon before Judge George Plans for a meeting of the new naval ADVOCATES GIFT OF committee of fifteen representing all S. Barker, Mr. Halverson appearedm five of the naval powers were made and declared he had "been set up BOND AT CHRISTMAS after of coyotes." His face w the conclusion of the session of by a pack of bruises and ' cuts and' oie the big three. It was. Indicated that admass no announcement of the agreement on eye was becoming discolored. WASHINGTON. Dec. 15. Use of naval A. E. Pratt, .who Is assomatters between Great Britain. Attorney Mr. with ciated Halverson in the case. the treasury's new thrift bonds for United States and Japan would be to continue the cae court the Christmas presents was advocated to- tie asked made the afternoon. during of next in view of the cir- untll day by Secretary Mellon. Tuesday The meetlnothe nf first calling The new series of treasury savings the committee court The of fifteen was expected .cumstances. granted thconunuance. certificates placed on sale today, for to result in the taking up immediately would the first time, Mr. Mellon said, the. next step in the naval negotiaJUDGE ISSUES WARNING.. " a 125 Christ- of give make it possible to tions the French and Italian naval Judge Barker cautioned those in the ' the new certjf-icate- s ratios. mas present for 1 2 This con- case could be not question any further altercation are being sold at a discoont sidered by. the conference until the would that result in the participants befroriTTheir redemption value at the agreement among the three held. in contempt of court. . end of five years. naval powers had been'corrrpleted.major ingMr. Harris, representing Mr. Steph00 00 ens In the case, declared before the court d was not a that "it STEAMER RESCUES LAB ORITE CHOSEN fight and others were to blame besides the Stephens'." CREW IN LIFEBOATS IN W. J. Stephens, Jr., declared this morning that Mr. Halyerson called th Mr. Stephens a' vile name and fif15 crew of The Dec. FANAMA, LONDON. Dec. 15 The government elder "a fracas" in the basement. teen of the American .bark Harvard, suffered a defeat WedneIiy in the He said thatfollowed so dark he was was it wrecked while on the way to Hono- parliamentary In the unable to tell who was fighting-anwas rescued the by lulu, from Tahiti, of Southwick. declared he took southeast division in it. He said af- Thomas British steamship Baron Inchcapemen reNaylor, Laboritej. being Mr. Halverson was swinging .. The ter 48 hours in lifeboats. over Owen Jacobsen. Coalition-Libera- l. and turned a was but of all that wood, piece were taken to Balboa by the Baron received ' 6.561 votes; he saw. . now on their way to Jacobaen Naylor Inchcape and are 2,3G Boot, e MANY Hawk-eyLNTETtESTED on the steamship endent-ConservativeSan Francisco 2.807. W. J. Stevens, Sr., was the contractState. 00 or who built the apartment for Mm. 0 who took a note for LAWMAKERS DEBATE DoxeyfromandMrs. Doxey, before the buildS. C. Stephens BUDGET ALL NIGHT ing was completed. , the note for $10,000 and 1 purchased now seeking to foreclose the mortgage 15 PARIS. Dec 15. (By the Associat- on the apartments, Mrs. .Doxey claims that the aparted Press) After a session lasting 20 hours, the chamber of deputies at 7:45 ment house was not oomplted as the others see In theiralmost negligible' a. m.. today voted approval of the new contract with Mr. Stephens, the buildvalue the' result of unsound finance, budget providing for the expenditure er, called for, and the work was un. She contends that the' satisfactory. export sales and the rush of 24.827.000,000 francs. of Mr. Stephens to complete the failure the stores The vote In favor of adoption of the German masses-tof work more than offsets the amount of to exchange their almost worthless the budget was 621 to 75.'' ' her note held by S." C. Stephens, and 00 currency for. any and every kind of asks that the note be declared void. commodity. Qfrman printing presses ""All the Stephens' have been followhave been so Busy putting paper CHOSEN: issued in PRESIDENT the case closely and went with the, marks (10.915,600,000 werejut ing one recent month) that' some of the : BY SWISS ASSEMBLY others to the apartment house yestei-day,on is where to the attack alleged currency has appeared engraved have been made upon Mr. Halverson. only one side. Two years ago W. J. Stephens. Sr.. been said that Germany does BERNE, Dec. 15. (By the Associof one per cent ated Press) Robert llkab has been and his three eons, William. George not possess one-hafhe and Frank, were fined in the city court of the gold required to meet her tons elected president of Switzerland by . and tons of paper obligations. Repre- federal assembly for the aft:' a jury had found them guilty rtf of the government of He will take office January 1. Colonel an attack upon wyiiam P. Lethbridge sentatives Karl Schurer was elected vice presi- whom they ejected from an apart- T . . ment house dent. (Contingent on Pae Two.) REACHED AT LAST . -- gt jgJgh . -- ! - - ' - ... -- . - : t s " one-side- BYE-ELECTIO- N bye-electi- on d . and-Horac- no-pa-rt 'Indep- e $18,-00- KNOXVILLE, Tenn.. Dec! 15. The LaFollette Coal & 'Iron'' company has. aeciaea to , operate its coal mine at night as well' as inthe day." ' President L; C. Crewe said today that 'as well as affording more .work for miners, it seemed, poor. economy to BERLIN. , Dec. 15. (By the Assooperate, costly, machinery only eight hours in 24.' ciated Press) The German governoo ment. It was announced today, has "informed the committee of guarantees that it is impossible for Germany to PERU SENDS FORCE the .sum due 1n reparations JanuTO DISPUTED REGION pay ary 15, ancj that she consequently asks a moritorlum. If the moratorium is not granted the BUENOS AIRES, Dec. '15.- - (By the German government, .i't states will be Associated Press )Peru has decreed compelled to have recourse to a credit the mobilization of 3 9 8 officers and operation In order to' procure the funds" by means of loans. lls300 troops and Is" sending seven regiments to Tlcao, "in the province of CANNOT PAY-AL- L Tacna. Announcement by the PeruviDec- 15. (By the AssociPARIS... an government to this effect has been ated Press) The German government telegraphed the newspaper La Naclon has informed the allied reparations by Its correspondent In La Paz,' Bol- commission that it will-b"unable to . ... ..v.. , ivia. . ,. meet-ifull", the payments due Janu GERMANY CONFESSES NATION CANNOT MEET REPARATIONS AMOUNT DUE ALLIES JAN. - " ; . . . ..- - -- ne-cess- - ; e . ar- ary. 15; and February 15, it was officially .announced this afternoon. The note from the German government adds that It has succeeded in raising "certain portions" of .the funds necessary to meet the payment!, but is unable to obtain the balance, either, through loans external or internal i or other financial measures. The decline In the value of'the German Ynark, normally worth 23.8 cents before the war, to a fraction of a cent, and, perhaps "the vanishing point." complicates the financial outgreatly look of every nation In the wold. The "tobogganing", of the mark. has been attributed by German financiers to the forced" pay ments on the allied reparations of $33,750,000,000, while . cut-thro- - -- at o -- ". - -- It-has lf year-1S22- . -- " - ' ' '