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V "'f; fctt "-lB ErU A REMARKABLE series of jl
ua":iVr in v,,.im.- f8 -- ' 'vl " dN. stories ruy Melville Davis-
'' , ",V, Rae& m S (L jk I son Post' "TriumPhs of m. Jon- gf-
E) Jj"wT4Ak, (irWm jBSkA W dtv V quelle," begins in The Stand-
I'RVi Ur V(l H JiTM B H K ITI ! BkTW 'W WTsV ard-Examiner Monday. Nov. 13
fc-i- i-5 OGDfClTY EVENING NOVEMBER 9, 1922 LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I
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NCLE SAM EXPOSES 500 MAIL FRAUD CASES I
jr -Labori e? Have
tentative m House
feer of Washington
fcRecanvas? of His
BORK. Nov i) (Bv the A.
Eess.) Tin' ustli lions,- ..i
Hires wlH 1 - 1 "ii 1 1 " -,vil of
Hfcsns. sOM'n inon
b Dcnirx rat on, -fcntHT-Labor
and one In
Kress) Continued Kopub
Bl of congn ss, hut with a
Hprity cut in ; :.
Kppeu rod ( ii. i
jF races Ir:
PpHmpt affecting the gcn-
kHrtatencd in - .:), Mi,
ft unt II tomorrow
IBtS was v,
lPBTaCnt Hi" RepublleallS
ontana gave tin- Repub
Hpotcs n ' i j i nn-Econrri'ssion-i
fcffton nr, . uginla
Bborted at 1
Khe r.cxt lif.:, si i
v slightly r-;-ip
now h ..ji.lt
caplur. KiMA.TORlT l I
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ft, of L"tali. i
Bpt, of N'. v. M.
tnocniiir :, in Mon.
lrl W. H. nt.j t. k, l
Scnator Myers. 1 .
K7 In d.jul.t, ihosr in.i
I hero form, i i ; .
1 pMmoerat. idlngl
dextfr, Republican, and
B where i h- j i, I
C 'majority as more rur.i'
.Jeadln fi.rnn.-r Ju.I
I PIKr eleel
rMPntnor Republican vMt.
would .' 1
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MONTANA CITY MttEBLY DIVIDE! OVER KILLINGS
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Havre Cae May B
Deadly New Jersey
OFFICIALS DROP IT
Mrs . C a rl et on 1 s jFamil y
Hires Corps of Special
fBy SEA scrxiicc)
i HAVRE, Mont. N'ov.fj, The traric i
I shootlnp that took thP lives of Rev.
I. J. Christler. "bisltop 0 Rn ou;.
doors." and Mrs Margaret CarU tnu
I Is far from a closfe(j cae. desplt.- 1
; the coroner's erdiit 0 uirder and
suicide. It may yLi deelop into a
deadly paralell of ttfir nail-Mills tnur
dvr instery. f
Knryone literaKy everyone in
the little town olf Havre is talking
of the possibility -ph" town is dl
Mded on the eij5C bitterly, angrily!
divided. So Intense is t)l0 f,.0n;r, q ,
fact, that it ism nnl impossible thut ,
the case may leJ,j t0 further violence,
no matter what js thc outcome of the I
mystery Itael f
The eontmjL rsv rnKPfi r
since the nigB,t nf Oct. 27, when tho
bodies of th Rcv Christler and the
pretty wife of a former superior Jude
werf. found ,Mr:j Chri.stleP in th-
r.-ctory off "st Mark's Episcopal I
church. eacTh killed by a pistol shot
through thjfk heart.
StaunchV defenders of the Rev. I ,
Christler maintain the coroner's jury
.hs 'lplit, that Mrs Carleton. spurn-;
ed by t)Me clergj-man. shot him down 1
and t h . Ml, buin.i iisnaif
!1(I.I I)()l lil.i: M I'RDKIt.
Thiyp ;irc others many others I
who PBblnt to the post-mortem exam- j
inati.jW, 1 1 o 1 cl over the bodies after !
1 ir.n.v's iniu.-s This exkmlna-
1 ;"" rslu.wi-d iht- l.ull. t which . nd--d
Mrs Carleton's life entered her body,
on tMtio left side, above her heart, and '
'"''afed In the right side and belOW '
l - el heart Experts say It would Uel'
PosJRtble. but highly Improbable fori,
"V Ii a wound to te se'f -in.'li. t. d
' ' lUi In ur'i'a!l all suicides wher? .
Ihjff heart is penetrated, the bullet;1
'''P'nges upward and to tin left
jLW These people cont-md that It was a
dtoill.!.- liiijrd'T that s, . n i .-. .n found
jjfhi- two. killed them both and fled1
flnfter putting the death pistol In the
IKvoman's lifeless hand, to simulate a
Hnurder and suicide.
Wf There art- the two theories Everv
r. body In town holds om- or the other''
I As a result, acrimonious argument Is
,) heard on everj corner about this.
the most sensational murder case In
the annals of Montana.
.! In the 16 years be had served in,
. ' llare as rector and as archdeacon of
I Milk River valley, the Rev. Chrtstl. r
i had made hundreds of friends. H i
r was responsible for much good work,
-and not only built up his mission
Lfleld to an amazing extent but was
also a vital figure In this sections
M political circles, 6erlng in the log-1
These friends of the "bishop of ill j
' outdoors'" are ready to def. n.l Ins
memory even to the point of lighting i
I for it.
j 01 ! M l Vi s DROP CAS1 .
But there are others just as strong
31 In defense of Mrs. Carleton Wife
"lof a former district judge, young and
s charming, she was one of the lead-!
ljlng figures In Havre s social life. Mn
I and women who have been enter
"' lutned in her homo are unwilling to
r believe that she could have taken
j bumaiP Hfo-
1 . Xo hint of suspicion has. been pur.- i
" Ufcly r.iix d against .Mn. Christler, who
1 testified that she heard the shots I
" and came Into the room to find fa .i
tinshapd and Mrs Carleton dead,
rl Those who declare that a third per-
Hon committed the crime aver that)
Mrs Christler would hide any evl-.
donee sin- mihl ha- had of this in'
' order to avoid further scandal,
j ! County Attorney Max Kuhr. Police
Chief James Moran and Coroner
p James Holland, however, have flrop
j ped Investigation. Kuhr has ah'-i
, nqunced that so far as he Is con- j
cerned, thc case Is closed, unte .i
I something untoward develops.
niln.. l-"r fib-rlck I'abcr. head of
jlthe Montana Episcopalian diocese, has
Issued ;i statoiaent, holding the u - .
i. Josejh J'yle. prominent mining en- I
glneer, and his wife, parents of Mrs
;i carl. ton. are QOt letting these at-I
h lacks go unheeded They have en
e gaged special Investigators to delve I
c thoroughly Into the case. Pyle 'si
e KainiiiK support in a moe to call a
d K"and jury session to probe the su 1- J
e den flropptng of tho ease.
Mrs. Pyle openly declares her be- i
a Ib-f that It was a double murder.
Ji "The talk of Margaret leading
(Continued n Pace Twoi
AV. DJnahey had behind him ten live reasons why ho should ho elected during his eampaigi
iuy 1he governorship of Ohio on iho Democratic ticket. They were his seven sons and three
daugfct&rs. Gbvernor-eleet Donahey, liis wife and family are Bhown here.
Hoover At Meeting In
Santa Fe; Utah Is
SANTA FE. New Mexico, Nov 9
Efforts to settle problems bavin? to
!do with the distribution of the waters
ot the Colorado river will be made
lat conferences scheduled to begin'
here today. Herbert Hoov. r. i -jtary
of commerce, and chairman of
tho Colorado river commission will
preside nt the sessions. He arrived
, in Santa Fe Wednesday. Others wlto
Will attend the meetings are A P.
Davis, director of thc United States
reclamation service Washington', D.
C; Governor Thomas K. Campbell,!
'Arizona; Governor Robert D Carey,
Wyoming; Governor M. C. Mechem,
New Mexico, ottamar Hainl.-, counsel
of the reclamation service C. C. Stet
son, secretary to Mr HoOyer; s. it
Davis. Jr., Las Vegas; Delph.E. Car
penter, Colorado; Colonel Jumi-s ..
Serugham. Nevada, R. E. Caldwell
1'tah; F. C. Kmcrson, Wyoming, 1
delegation repressntliig Governor Oli
ver H. Shoup of Colorado and a d le
gation representlnfg California In all
! seven western states are interested in
tights of the waters of the Colorado
i river. During the last spring
! summer several preliminary confer-,
fences were held in various stall .-
New Jersey Picks
NEWARK. N. J . NOV. 8. Governor
Edward I. Bdwaxds, Democrat, stood
today as the hoico of New Jersey
iters for I 'ruled
!Jjlhk ' " 1 1 i ' i !-.
fc ftagjmf' ' govern...
1 1 s.:-'J i u .1 e Sllzer,
; i bj i"-: ii i i rried l n
HA qL to th i ..i in. i -
VByA his Republican
V 1 ator Willi inn
I LOW ltbs. Runyon, was about
4 1,000 J
A Republican lovs of five scats in
congress v,as registered In this state
by the election of six congressmen
from each parly. The present -New
Jersey delegation in congress is com
prised of eleven Kwyubllcans and one
Th- Democrats Rained S seats In
the state assembly and 28 seats in the
s-nat.- as the result of the flection.:
n joint hniiot. tin Republicans will
have a majorltv of Cve, 1
RENO, NeV., Nov. 9. Propostion
No. 4 on the ballot, one of the two di
vorce amendments submitted to the
people of Nevada at the general elec
tion, apparently has carried. With
K',000 votes counted it lias L'no ma
jority This in effect ratifies tlv- iaw
as it is and cannot now be altered
under constitutional provision for a
period or three years, proposition No.
i. which would have altered the resi
dence requirements to one year in
stead of six months is defeated by a
majority ot 3700 In the same count
DENVER. Colo.. Nov. 9. Fourteen
hundred sixty precincts out of 1-185 in
Colorado compiled at 10 o'clock tills
morning, gaVd: Benjamin Griffith, Re
publican, tor governor, 1S1;928; Wil
liam IS. Sweet, Democrat, 185,728.
It is very probable that the remain
ing twint.v-tive precincts in the state
will not be heard fioni before the of
ficial count The missing preclnts are
in remote districts and are small.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9. The re
sults of the election "are a magnifi
cent vindication ot every contention
made o the American federation i
Labor." Samuel Gompers, president of
the federation, declared,
'One after another, the stalwart old
deft aderS ol privilege, greed, oppres
sion and reaction went down tO de
feat;" he added "Compulsory labor
injunction, the overriding of lav, and
constitution, tin railroad labor board,
the salestax the ship subsidy these
v r.- thiiiKs typifying the gi neral con
cept that was repudiated ;md con
demned so toreefuily una ovirwhtim
ingly." RENO. New. Nov. 9 Judge Frank
P. Langan, who granted a divorce to
Mary l'lckford, was defeated In the
election Tuesday by G. A. Ballard, dls-
trlcl attorney of Virginia city. The
Piokford divorce and a long contin
ued bank case Were Issues In the iam
palgn COLUMBUS. O.. Nov. 9. Defeat of
the beer and w ine attV ndment in Uuo
appeared certain as the majority
against It mounted as rural districts
added their complete totals to ihe ur
ban vote. With 715 precincts yel to
be heard from, tin- majority against
U o amendment was 187,168. The vote
was: For the a mend in. nt. 600,128;
against the amendment, 787.681.
BOSTON. Nov. 9. Senator Henry
Cabot. Lodge has a plurality of S4J5
votes over William A. Gaston for I nit--d
States Senator, according to revision
of returns. Thc revised vote follows:
Lodge, 418'.568; Gaston. 405.138.
BANK PLANS GREAT
DIVIDEND IN STOCKS
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. A stock
dividend of lOo per cent will be sub
mitted for approval to stockholders of
the Rank of tlo- Manhattan rompany,
the oldest banking institution In the
I ii. i. d States, at a special meeting De
cember 6. The directors of tho lank,
which combines the banks founded iv
Aaron Run and Alexander Hamilton
and still operated under a charter
granted m IJ88, have voted to increase
tho capital from S5, 000, 000 to Jlo,-'
Farmer-Labor Party Wins
Six Places in Washington
SAN FRANCISCO. Ci'. Nov. 9. j
Itte returns from far western states (
carlv today showed the results of thej
ote for several Important oTficea still
in dOUbt Perhaps chief In in 1 1 t
was the close contest for senator froinl
the stato of Washington between Sen-J
i ator Miles Polndexter, Republican, andi
C C I'll! Democrat, DJU maintained,
a lead all day W.dncsd.iv. and this!
morning, with 2.111 jireclncts out of
2.1 -10 reported, he was aluad of tho.
ihcuml . nt senator by ".1J votes. Re-J
1 ubtlcan headquarters refused to con-
1 I'oindexters defeat, though ad-
rhlttlns that the outlook was not fav-
Candidates Of the Farnn-r-Labor J
partu mad.- Willis in Washington, in
PI en ounly, where Tacoma is lo
catcd, (hey won six places in the legis
lature One Farmer-Labbrlte state!
Five woman were elected to lhe
California state assembly, Three
womch were sent to thc asst nihly twoj
years igc, an. I two of them were rc-,'l,-i
t.-d 'l ues, lay M is - Rel-a Hum of
Spokane appare"nt:y was the first wom
an to be elected to the state senate
In Wash ngtOflC Latest returns showed
in r leading.
I ! i RESTING ( OVTRAST.
While thc stat.. prohibition act in i
California evidently lost by a substan
tial majority, the vote on It displayed
an inter. sting contrast between the
two largest cities in tho slate. lncom-
plete returns from LOS Angeles coun-1
ty today gave a majority of 31,430 In,
favor of the law, while practically
complete returns from San Francisco
county Indicated Its defeat there by I
something like 50.000. The voters of
San Francisco, also adopted hy am
'overwhelming vote a request that their:
board of supervisors memorialize con
greas to permit light wines and beers.
VICIORY I OK KI.W
Iast returns showed the adoption of
the measure In Oregon requiring chil
dren in primary grades to attend the
I public schools This bill was spon
sor. .1 by the Ku Klux Klau and as-
sailed bitterly by its opponents, who
said It would destroy private schools.
VOTERS SPLIT FOR
NEW YoRK. Nov 9. Thousands
Of Democrats and Republicans ;
throughout the state split their ballots!
to pay tribute to Dr. Charles P Steln
electrlcal wizard, who ran on the
Socialist -Farmer.-Labor ticket for
stale engineer) returns show.
Running more than three to one
ahead of Cassldy. the Socialist, l-'arm-er-Xiahor
candidate for governor. ii
Stelnmets had rolled up a total vote
of 207.138 In New York City alone,
with 38 election districts missing. The
Republican candidate. Cadic, P"' only)
281.898 In Mi same tervltory. Da du.
Democrat, who was elected, received
SWINDLED BY :
Five Hundred Cases of Mail
Swindling Are to Be
BIG LOSS TO PUBLIC
One Case Under Considera-1
tion Brings Grafters
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 Approxi
mately 500 cases Involving fraudulent
use of the mails are in the hands of
United States attorneys for Investiga- j
Hon to determine whether criminal
proceedings should be instituted. It ,
was announced today at the depart- j
ment ol justice. Officials estimated
today that the case already und-.M
consideration represented a loss to
the American public through postal 1
swindles of more than $ 1 40.000.ono. I
Dill Holds Lead
SEATTLE. Wash., Nov. 9. Revis
ed figures on the United States sena- '
torlal race between Miles Poindester, i
! v. 1.,-nt. and C Dl .
' "&gjL Democrat, tabula;-
''JJ ' '' :'Ml wi,h 1, u :
X"i -: ' ' '' i 1 ;
v ' - :' . !
f -r " Ihe figures In-.
? . lu 1 the re- ;
checked returns j
for the c ity of Se
a " attle. w , early
I , "'jJti, ''''' ' r" ; 1,1 ,n
..M N.MII- .. -
' kj sj& '"''Igl't a r v
W. WfljQ T ie1 grain
Pi ior Polndexter In
C. Qf DILI.. ' city 1 re tincts
was 7 16 votes.
Bhrlier prediction of Polndexter
followers that th- re-check in Klne;
county would add several thousand
votes to the poindexb-r total proved
erroneous. The re-check in Pierce
county, when straight party votes
were in some Instances also dlsre- j
carded, was not complete this morn
ing, but It was stated unofficially
that only a few hundred votes would
accrue to th Poindexter total I
through new count.
The missing prec Incts In almost all,
cases Were in remote districts of tho 1
state, and it was not believed tint,
returns from them would materially
alter Die relative standin-r of the
PRINCE WAITS AS
YANKS VISITS POPE
CHICAGO, Nov. 9. How a royal
prince who called on Pope Plus XI. 1
was kept waiting outside for half an;
hour, while the pontiff visited with!
an American is told in a letter re-:
ceived hero today from Gordon L. 1
Barry. European representative of Ihe;
Near East relief.
The letter was written to F. J
Michael, executive secretary of the Il
linois Near East committee.
The Prince of Saonla humbly wait-!
ed in an anteroom, while tho pope
talked with Mr. Barry and then do
nated a half million lire for Smyrna
relief, the letter said.
The pontifr Issued tho following,
message of thanks to America:
' It is with truest sincerity and i
heartiest gratitude that his holiness
blesses the work of Near East relief
in his confidence- that with their ma
tt rial food the children will likewise
be glv en spiritual food for hearts and j
IS POISON SUICIDE
YAKIMA. Wash.. Nov. 8.- Lee T'r
tie, recently defeated for the Repub-
lican nomination for United States
senator, ended his life In his hotel I
room here some time Wednesday fore
noon, by taking poison, according to
Coroner W. M. Brown. Tittle, for
mer county treasurer, had been de
spondent since his failure to win th
EST OF STATE I
TICKET HERE I
IS REPUBLICAN I
Senator King, Colton and
Leatherwood Go Back
EtAGE VERY CLOSE I
Junior Solon Safe With
Plurality of 680, Pos-
sibly More I
THE 2123 vote plurality giv
en Senator William H. M
King in Weber county won
the election for him and once
agnin Weber county is the
pivotal county in an impor
In 1914 Weber county piled
up a sufficient majority for jj
Senator Reed Smoot to insure
hifl election over James H. I !
Senator Smoot would not
have been elected in 1914 had
not Weber county given him a
substantial majority and
again in 1922 Senator William I
H. King would have been de- I
rested but for his vote in tuis ;!
SALT I.AKK Nov. 0. (By the A- I
91 elated Press.) Complete unofficial
n Wspaper returns, from all counties j I
'how that Senator William H. King, j jl
r.,t, was reelected to the United, j
Slat, s senate by a majority over Er
nest Bamberger. Republican, of 631.
The Democratic candidates for the j M
lovv.-r house of congress have appar- I I
entlj railed with the present Re- I
publican Incumbents. Don B. Colton
and E. O. Leatherwood, returned by
majorities in excess of 1000.
'i" . R. publli ina also carried on the M
othi-r state tick ts. such as justice I I
..! the supreme court and superln-J I
ndent of public Instruction. In whlcrul IH
rami - W Cherry and Dr. C. N Jen-g H
sen. respectively, were the victors.
The entire Salt Lake county Repub- j
llcan ticket has Leon elected with rl
of Emery for sherlr'-", WLm
late returns show.
vote lor JUng in
Weber County Gains
Final check of election figures for JjH
. ..I a1 id.. and to-
.lay under direction oi county clerk I
i a. Van Dyi ' r .'. s tho U
olosenese In which some of the c-andi- I
dates were elected. r H
A careful canvass and re-check. H
while offieial. .-hows that I I
Sheriff Richard Pincock won over J
'i hi.- . on w
tested race of the county and the r7 H
suit was In doubt until late Wedue J
Sheriff Pmeock polled a total ,
5298 votes against 5237 for Huban J
according to the figures.
Official figures as cheeked with t '
tallies of the judges show that Sen j
tor William it. King, i em ... I
over Ernest Bamberger In W.ter ' I
s. 1 M
. his t nan waH I
claimed bj the i m. n is up-
parent by the flur.-s, as om pared EsB
with the unofficial figures throughout .
i h stat.-. t hat t in- . mtv . H
turned th tldeagali il Bambergei and I
-elee. .1 Senator !viu 'I !i x I H
Ring's vote as 6 51-1 and Bamber- p
marked the . !.-c- ' M
(Continued; on I'agC Three.)
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