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THE PROGRESSIVE Food for Thought The Depression THIS PAPER (Continued from Page 1) will appear once or twice dur- News Review of Current Events the World Over with the adoption of a single plan. When this plan is adopt- Representative McFaddens Violent Attack on Presied it will surely be a marveldent Hoover Stirs House Chicago Wins the ous work and a wonder. No person should object Republican National Convention. to this plan as it hurts nobody, but guarantees Life, By EDWARD W. PICKARD Liberty and the Pursuit of December ing the month of Its weekly. thereafter and inthe further to is purpose terests of the common people, of all people for that matter, the way by helping to pave for real government of, by and for the people." There is Happiness to every citizen. This will do away with a place for it; a need for it; a all selfishness, and greed. mission for it. The old sysThere are enough truths tem is crumbling and someis in condensed and presented in thing new and natural been this little book to fill a seven order. There has not yet hundred page volume. discovered a more powerful the fighting for This is a mammoth unweapon battles of freedom and liberar dertaking, but go ahead with courage undaunted and tion than the independent add our you can depend upon me for press. So we will The utmost. our do and mite my support. business address is, 206 Scott This is the best book of Utah. Lake City, Salt kind that has ever been its Bldg., Send your subscriptions in. published. You are to be congratuHere is today's problem in lated. NATURAL GOVERNMENT appears to be a nutshell: The old regime which is running the governthe plan to adopt for the soment has demonstrated that lution of our economic, industrial and financial probit is not equal to the task ; that it cannot solve present day lems. 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The system of Na- TURAL GOVERNMENT AStural Government worked out SOCIATION, Any useful amount B. or gets Stringham service, you thing, by Benj. to to contribute. wish the close principles very and ideals of the founders of the republic and stands ready a leader today could reach to meet the challenge of right into the heart of change. It calls the people to the race and bring humanity undivided and patriotic ser- to its feet hungering and vice. They must rise to the pleading to be filled with the occasion and come forward bread of life. and help save America before it is too late. The government For complete details about cannot much longer stand the the system of Natural Governstrain of the narrow, stupid, ment you may order the Book, blind and unwise policies of Natural Government," from now in our business office, 206 Scott the be a Bldg., or from the author, must There power. shall we else or shortly change Benj. B. 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Come in and do not "fine by degrees. of A common misquotation is aA your bit for the great cause the people. The time is ripe goodly apple rotten at the core. Is the correct word. for mighty changes that Bhall Heart, not core,should chew the food Similarly yon abundant more life, guarantee the cud) of sweet and bitter (not larger liberty, and a much fancy. some quotations which more equitable distribution of There we make correctly, but with an ento the earth of the good things wrong meaning. When, for common people whom the tirely instance, we quote One touch of Gods must love because they nature makes the whole world kin, we usually imply that some particumade so many of them. ultra-conservativ- es open-minde- somc-tlilr.- lar event has drawn nil creeds or natloni or classes closer together. that Shakespeare meant by the line was that In one way all human beings are very much alike. Perhapa the strangest Instance of all la to be found In the phrase Mora honored In the breach than er. We wouldnt say a word In the observance, which wo take against honest religion but it to mean thrt soma rule la more seems that they had better do often broken than kept If yon turn up Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 4, you their worshiping out among will find that Hamlet la speaking of women the people where men, tbo drinking bouts which disgrace and children are starving; the court It la a custom, he says, where they need kindness, more honored In the breach than the observance, meaning a custom sympathy and charity. Think that It is more honorable to abanof offering empty prayers in don than to keep up. London It was recently called to our attention that a $13,000,000 church in New York was filled with worshippers, listening to a $50,000 a year preach- All Tlfc-BitJ-L to a $13,000,000 church-palac- e him who was born in a manger and had nowhere to lay his head, and then going out without seeing the human misery that everywhere cries out to God, and never ministering to it the least We are still a long way from Him who broke bread with beggars, forgave sinners, labored for love and found His temples and pulpits in the groves and mountains. The right kind of 1 INDEPENDENT Sparrows Traveling Wait A ship left Yarmouth with a sparrow Bitting on the nest the bird built In the ship. Two eggs were In the nest The ship expected to be away from land for about a A pair of blackbird! built month. their nest In the hollow formed between the marble head and upraised arm of a figure above a grave In Southend cemetery. A pair of bine tits rested, for the third year In In Clarsuccession, la s letter-bo- x ence road, South Bcnfleet London MalL . TWO BepubUcan members of from Pennsylvania Louis McFadden and Senator David A. Keed stirred op the national legislature by violent attacks on the policy of President Hoover end the administration in relation to the moratorium on Intergovernmental debts and the suggested revival of the refunding commission with the possibility of cancellation of war debts. McFadden, former chairman of the bouse banting and currency committee, was especially bitter In his hour-lonspeech, asserting that Ur. Hoover had sold out the United States to the German International bankers" whom he named as Kuhn. Loeb k Co, the Sellgmana, Paul Warburg and their satellites. He said the administration's course In working for acceptance of the moratorium was like the ways of an oriental potentate drank with pow-Hdeclared the President's unofficial poll of congress last Jane was a crude attempt to nsnrp legislative power." Representative John J. O'Connor of New York, e Tammany Democrat, jumped to his feet Shouting to Republlcani : , IVs my President as well as yours he's talking about end If none of yon will defend him from charges which are grounds for Imvs the reflectGeorge Moses of New Hampshire would not five In, end Mosea continued to preside. One day th recalcitrants delivered progressives opposing ion of Senator their entire vote to of Michigan, was a leader of the guard last session. and tha spurned this overture to vote for Mosea. CHICAGO Senator a regular who "young But both young guard and continued Van-denbe- rg Van-denbe- rg captured the convention of 1982, the administration'!, alleged opposition to that dtp not manifesting Itself. The " national committee, presided' over by Chairman Fees, listened to earnest arguments In favor of Chicago and Atlantic City, and on tbo first ballot gave 86 votes to tbo former and 14 to the latter. The choice was then made unanimous. Cleveland, Detroit, Philadelphia and St. Louis withdrew their bids before tha balloting began, cone of them having been able to raise the money for the convention expense. The committee decided that the convention should bo called for June 14. Chicago guaranteed np to 8150,000 to pay for the expenses of the Q. O. P. gathering, and her hotels have agreed to accommodate 8400 delegates, alternates' and newspaper men at rates of from $L50 to 84 a day. The convention will be held In the new stadium, which can Best about 80,000 and which haa ample accommodations for committees, etc. It has a cantilever roof without obstructing pillars, a modem peachment, Pm going ta" Bat Barnett M. Chlperfleld of Il- ventilating and refrigerating system, excellent acoustics and a fine linois Republican, was already np and his reply was vigorous and ade- pipe organ. The only drawback la the fact that the stadium la located quate. He said: on West side, several miles from If the gentleman (McFadden) thethe hotels that will house the vismeans what he Bays and If the gentleman Is sincere, let him and his itors. associate prepare articles of Impeachment against the President of RELIEF for the nation's jobless foremost In the mind of the United States, and let those articles of Impeachment be tried, end Senator Robert F. Wagner of New then the proof may be known, and York. Lest week he Introduced In the senate a resolet the guilt and Infamy end horror lution designed to fall where It may. The President set In motion the of the United States would ask for machinery created such action, knowing that the truth by the federal emand a fair Inquiry would vindicate ployment stabilisahim. . . . tion act which was Ladles end gentlemen. If there passed last session la one particle of Integrity In the at his instance. statement the gentleman baa made, This would mean a let the gentlemen produce proof of start on a two the charges. Let him show that we federal have a President who Is unworthy publle works proof occupying that high office or let gram that would him go from this chamber aa a fool give employment to traducer of the character of an thousands of men. honest man. In the preamble to hie resolution. who has often Senator Wagner set forth tecta and REED, SENATOR as the spokesman figures showing the gravity of the for Secretary Mellon, denounced depression. After citing the numwhat he called the propaganda of ber of unemployed, the many bank the International bankers to force failures end the falling off In procancellation for their own selfish In- duction, be showed that the volume terests, and be declared flatly that of construction for the third quarhe was opposed to the revival of ter of 1931 was 8858400,000, or 58 the war debt commission as pro- per cent leas than for the third quarter of 1928; that the volume of posed by the President. We have cancelled." he said, all building contracts awarded declined in tha first nine 82,447,800,000 we ere going to cancel; It la within the capacity of most of the na- months of 1961 below the similar tions of Europe to pay us the period In 1928; and that the volume amounts they owe us, and as long of construction of public works and as that feet stares ui In the fece public utilities haa fallen from It la sheer Imbecility for ns to be 81,039,043,000 In the first nine months of 1928 to 8982,700,000; that any more generous than wo have the wholesale prices of building mabeen In the past." Senators McKeller of Tennessee terials declined from an Index of 82.9 In January to 74.9 in Septemand Johnson of California followed ber, that money spent for relief In deIn much the same vein end both clared that they would not vote the larger American cities was In even for the one year moratorium. September, 1931, 142 per cent greatThe latter wee before the house er then In September, 1930, end In 18 per cent greater ways and means committee and Un- October, 1981, 1980. than In October, of Millsand Secretary dersecretary before State Stlmson both appeared the that body to urge ratification. OYER In Basel, 8wltseriand, plan advisor) commitand Senator tee, of which Alfredo Ben educe of SPEAKER GARNER announced that the Italy is chairman, was said to have Democratic joint policy committee abandoned any Inhad determined that the Hoover tention of making strong recommenmoratorium dations for the not subject matcomplete abolition ter for party eon- of reparations paylderation and ments by Germany, should bo left open although this was to the personal strongly urged by views of the DemO o 1 1 j n. neutral ocratic members. Dutch member, end The committee also favored by others decided that every committee'! effort The possible mind was probably would bo made to by the reduce government changed firm stand taken by Walter W. expenditures, bat Stewart, United States member, did not reach an war agreement on details with respect against the scaling down of to the tariff or tax revision, leav- debta, but Europe still hopes the fa-- , American attitude will be more leniing these with other matters for ent In n tew months The advistnro consideration. The first bill to reach actual ory committee will merely report to committee discussion In the senate the various governments the facts was one Introduced by Senator Hale, uncovered concerning Germany's cato authorise building the navy np pacity to pay, and action will bo put np to the final reparations conferof the London treaty limits. ence was that probably will be held late senate the of Organization by the election of In January. accomplished A technical subcommittee submitcommittee chairmen, but the deadlock over the choice of a president ted a written report to Chairman Ben educe on German holdings abroad pro tempore was net broken. The g a - t was 1 WOULD SCREAM and the holdings of foreigners in a view to establishing the net debt of the relch. The figuree were held In secrecy. It wee understood this subcommittee suggested It was Impossible to uncover nil German Investments abroad, and Intimated that they were much larger than tha reichsmarks Hated la the Wlggln report as of December 81, Germany with Intermountain News Briefly Told for Busy Readers 9,700,-0004- - 1830, ' pressure, Chlang finally haa resigned as president of Chine, and with him Minister of Finance Soong and Foreign Minister Wellington Koo also have stepped down. The remit, It la predicted In the orient, will be a united China under a coalition government, with the Canton faction holding the upper hand. The group that overthrow Chlang Includes Dr. Son Fo, son of the late UNDER G. CL Dr. Son Yat-seWu, former minister to the United States, and Eugene Cbm, formerly foreign minister. For the present Lin Sen, a veteran member of the Nationalist party, la at the head of tho government According to these leaden, tho new government will no longer rely so much on tha League of Nations and will assume a mock mors rigorous policy toward Japan In tha Manchurian dispute. This announcement may serve to quiet the Chinees students, who In their effort to bring on actual war with Japan have continued their riotous demonstrations in Nanking and elsewhere. Chlang k explained his resignation in the following statement: "I have tried to fnlfill my obit fattens ever since I was made chairman of tho National government In 1928. My comrades at Canton said they would come to Nanking only ra condition that I resign. This means that I must retire before peace and unity are restored. Kai-she- dlqiatchea MUKDEN Indicate will soon bewith Gen. Tseng come autonomous, Shlb-aa Its first ruler. The general has just been Installed aa governor of Fengtien province, of which Mnkdcn la the capital, Ha who was replaced Ynan Chln-Kyl at Installed after the Japanese captured the city In September and was never considered more than n General temporary figurehead. Tseng was made a prisoner by the Japanese at that time, and apparently he has at last been won over by them. new premier, Tuyoahl In bis first Interview declared Japan does not covet an Inch of ground In Manchuria bnt Insisted that Marshal Chang Haneh-llan- g must withdraw his JAPANS army from the Chlnchow region. He said the Japanese demanded only their treaty rights, with guar- antees of safety for their nationals In Chinn. In response to a regarding the disarmament, premier said, "I flavor It One of the most absurd Ideas In the world Is the Insistence upon maintaining large armies and question navies. He concluded ihe Interview with the hope that tha United States would soon get over Its streak of thrift and "buy mors needs the money." The premier has appointed as foreign minister Kenklchl Yoehl-mw- a, ambassador to Paris and Japans representative at the meetings of the League of Nations council. Ho haa been called home to Tokyo, Tho Innkal government. It la expected, will adopt moat of tho budget of former Finance Minister Inonye, which action would free tho Mlnselto party from the necessity of voting against the new cabinet and probably would avert general election. The retrenchment plans, however, will be abandoned. sllk--Jap- an -- REPORTS of the royal mlx-u-p continue contradictory and confusing. The latest Is that King Carol and Prince Nicholas have made np, that the latter has agreed to give up his wife, Jane Deletj, legally bnt only legally, and that he will therefore retain his royal titles and prerogatives and his military commands So Nicholas and Jana will be merely companions, aa were end Carol and Magda Lupescu. Republicans are to learn whether United States District Judge James H. Wllkerson will ran for governor of that state. Bo ter he Is silent Recently Judge Wllkerson called on President Hoover and It la said the President urged him to go after the governorship, predicting his election. The jurist It Is reported, would prefer to remain on the bench and to accept his stated promotion to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals (A 1111. Waters Wmrapaew UbIob.) ILLINOIS TO IMPROVE FORESTS. PARTIAL FAX IS O. K. UTAH DAIRYMEN WIN. TO RECLAIM SALT LAKE. GREATER CROPS URGED. DBIGGS, EDA. It ta estimated more than one million persona that visited the national forests as vacationists during tha 1981 season. PROVO, UT. Dairymen of Utah eonnty have been presented with a certificate of merit for the outstanding dairy improvement program of any county In eleven western atatea. The certificate was presented recently to County Agent Ik H. Rich at the National Dairy show In St Louis. SALT LAKH CITY, UT. Sen. W. H. King haa Introduced a MU calling for an appropriation of$2S,000 to improve sanitary. conditions In tho recreational areas of tha notional forest! In Utah. AFTON, WYO Three thousand and eight hundred turkeys, netting forty thousand pounds, have been old from tho two Star valleys to tho Northwestern Poultry Grower He How about a She Ill scream. He Why? She For more. kin? - BOUND TO BE ssorlntion SALT LAKE CITY, UT. The supreme court of Utah has rendered a decision to tho effect that taxes-mabo paid In Installments at tin discretion of the county treasurer. UT. The county comLOGAN, mission of Cache county has approved plans for completing the y road project SALT LAKE CITY, UT, About 2000 rabbits were distributed to the needy of Balt lake recently. The rabbits were killed by fifty hunters from Salt Lake who went to the neighborhood of Tremonton for the bunnies. EPHRAIM, UT. Ninety pounds of hotter wen stolen from the local creamery recently. local SPANISH FORK, UT-T- he plant of the sugar company sliced 02468 tons of sugar beets and made 285,000 bags of auger In tha season's run. OGDEN, UT. At the annual Weber Central Dairy association meeting reports made on the growth of the organisation since Its Inception In 1921, show the organization haa grown both financially and otherwise and that the farmers 'of the county are Interested In It to the extent of more than one hundred thousand dollars. The association has had sates of nearly a half million dollar! in the first ten months of this year. BOISE, IDA. TbA Green River Lumber company of,, Green River, Wyoming; has been awarded the contract for grading and surfacing 5.4 miles of highway between Grace and Alexander in Bannock eonnty. The company's Md was 827,809, the lowest of seven Mds offered. IDA. A mall TWIN FALLS, vote selected Twin Falls ss the convention. city for the 1982 convention of teacher In eight south central Idaho counties. Burley was the second choice. LEWISTON, IDA, Convicted of first degree robbery, robbing e garage, Frank LsMarre, 81, and Tho. Blair, 22, were sentenced to life In the state penitentiary. District Judge Miles S. Johnson also sentenced Lloyd Burns, 19, accomplice of tha pair, to 10 to 20 years. PAOARI, IDA. Surfacing work on the highway constructed north of here has been completed. POCATELLO, IDA. The university campus has been beautified. PAYETTE, IDA Extensive Improvements are under way on the road north of this city. VpT.at.t IDA. The city street lighting system has been improved. SALT LAKE CITY, UT. Conversion of a portion of the Greet Shit Lake Into n fresh water body with tha view of taming a large area of the surrounding alkali waste lands to Industrial, scenic and sporting purposes, ta contemplated by Geo, W. Snyder, Salt Lake mining man, anil associates. Application bos been made by Mr. Snyder to leaae 85,683 acres of state land from the state land board and the application ta in the hands of the attorney general. SALT LAKE CITY, UT-O- ne n bandied and men, three more than last year, hare enlisted at the Balt Lake. naval recruiting office thli year. Decembers quota having been filled, the total for the year will stand nt 1G7. OGDEN, UT. Over three hundred thousand bushels of wheat have been sold In the Intermoun-tal- n territory in the recent past, at an average price' of 48 cents per bushel. LEWISTON, UT. The local sugar factory produced 840.000 bags of sugar this season. SFANISn FORK, UT. A divert sifted display will be entered In the Junior division of the Ogden livestock show, January 8 to 14. la Tom the marrying sort of chap?" Well, I Intend him to bet but bo doesn't know It yet MUSICAL FEET ALSO "My friend ta a wonderful pf tat has each musical hands." "And mine snch musical feet welL" - "What do yon mean?" "Hes on organist my dear. BATS IN HIS BELFRY . church ta haunted. He hears queer noises In the steeple. Hes got bats In his belfry, thafa all." DISPOSE OF PEST alxty-aeTe- "That fireman haa been annoying me with hla attentions all the evening." Oh, tell him to go to blazes T ; HOW DID HE DO m m BOISE, IDA. It cost the state of Idahar just $30,479.70 to foreclose on 20 endowment fund loans In Owyhee county, almost ns much as the total principal of the 20 lonus, according to stale officials. Principal of the loans on the 20 acre tracts was $13,755. Five of the 20 tracts have l:n resold nt a loss to the state of 8208540. BOISE, IDA. Tile Ada county diphtheria Immunization movement among school children in the rural district has now included She I feel I have too much rouge on my lips ..He (getting huayJ-'Th- ata very easily removed.