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W OGDEN CITY, UTAH FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 1922 LAST EDITION 4 P. M
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liECTION MEANS NEW ATTACK ON NEWBERRY I
i BACK UP
tIj Accepts Is Blg
Kb Better w Worse
o'- Thursday :.'-'
ftff U to Angora
"23i(iMUtlw here de-
rK r . of all measures
Rfc . atoms, the public
Mi p',' r-. :-n,l other serv-
BSTnvh- r.ote. the coin
Jlsi'bc romHed to refer
jKTpttfBfl.'atii for n,
sJannwrer. lo whom i
KBtolmum demands with;
. , control of tl
Hl ftliVh '
Mtiucrs fri BBi)UN
JjBgJpjiorirr hI?o will dls-!
LtuCcr. at Chanak conse
lKe the Kemalist em r
jsEat of Hi meeting I.- not.
iTHnifooFC for 5om ntfie buti
(tt !jd!utlor.s th! tl)- K-in i
li to Intractlble mood, :n
w, ,' whlfh ar nev demands
jHgtrrbrton. the British
jjprti?p.'jl ' Hi
Pubi thf na'.lon'Usi f it
UKsUr. la a conversation with
NBEirrtr.:cn. th F : r 1 1 h com
(h!;!. en Wednesday, com -IHfi
tb cenrtant proposals to
jBcpr conference v. hich
cralrf a difficult fdturill
gJBl wh- Isv.oqi rs also
3Bk te th- Kem.ilist repre
fcr':ns against -Hftrfer'
of the Journalist All
irj, Hltor cf the an!i-.atlon-Uii
who z condemned to
t-e nationalists early this
Btitchtrge of ulv,
yn cash i.i avi v
H Puht Turkish nationalist
t 1! ' i" l.a u -
fiPlfa! the peace conference
3Hl!obe;lD there nei Mon
B1' ompanlcd hy Dr
Vltl and bulte of mlll
VjU' and economic
Fjjj minister told tin-
f"J " ar' v-i'' ' nfi.l.-nt
HE 11 ihe alllea adopted
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Senator-Elect Points Out 9
DILL IS BABY SOLON
Washington State Law
maker Tells How He Beat
SEATTLE, Wash., ov. 10. Clar
ence O. Dill. Doni cral 61 Bpokan;
whose ihction to Hir l nit-. I St itos I
senate is lndkat 'd L roti'rna ..i -R iiii h
Chimes llcbbcrrl. J'.publk .n f:.u
cbklrtnani does not expect ":iny ma
terial change," .will bi the youngreat
iii- tn I ie r when ho i.sUosi his scut M;ir;:b
4, ll is s iii heie
Mr Dill, who was 3 years oil three
weeks ago. is a bachelor Beslaed tr
uest L.lster, fornit:- croernor. he is
the onlj Democru.: tu win a a:jt .-- ido
content In s nshlnfon sinrt th' r'oru-'
list wave. He Is the only Demourat
ever ree:ccted to congress in the
state, having served ironi March.
1915, to March. I. fit.. George Turner I
ot Spokane, the only other DemocrittiC I
senator in thc history of the state,
was put In by u fusion of r'opuhsts
and Democrats In the legislature or,
l'EA HER AND REPORTER
Mr. l-dll was born nar l'redorlcks
town. Knox county. Ohio, and was
graduated from Ohio Wesleyan unl- ;
vtrslty ln 1907 He has been u school
t oher and a newspaper man Ui
profeaslon 19 the law He was a
deputy prosecuting uttorney and was!
secretary to the late Governor Lis-
1 based m campaign pretty large
ly on the seating of rinator Truman
ll Newberry of Michigan' says Mr.
Dill "That 1 considered to bo the
. iKness in the armour of my Re
publii uii opponent. Senator Mtie.i
Poindexter I talked the Esch-Cum-mln.
act taxation and farm legrisht
tlon In my campaign I bcllc-vc that I
these arc ltal.
"But 1 gave the people a pledge
thai If they would elect me 1 would!
go back to the senate and work for
the unseating of Newberry.
1 assume that older men in the
senate will take the lead ln this,
light It appears now that nine sen
ators who otcd for the seating of
KWberry were defeated out of th 9
13 who were up lor reelection. New-j
berry kept his seat by a 46 to 4 1
Mr. Dill's supporters are declaring
that when the flk'uics hnve all bee.i
.settled, his campaign will be found to
have cost almost nothing.
ltleh men, It is related, when asked
to ontnt.utc to the Din campaign;
pointed out the improbability of a
Democratic senator being elected in
Washington, ine targoei k"- re
ported to have been $10'i from a.
Skagit county lumber man
SPOKANE, Wash.. Nov. 10. Re
tirement to private life that ho may I
do v.nrk With which his public duties
havo Interfered was given out as the I
futun- plan by retiring 1'nlted States
Senator Miles Poindexter. believed
defeated by C. C. Dill, his Democratic)
opponent, ln Tuesday's election
Saying he Intended to make his
home in Spokane, for somo time to
come, Senator Poindexter declined to
discuss bhe possibility of his accept
ing i federal appointment under the
Harding administration He did not
divulge the nature of thc work he
planned to do.
1 feel deeply grateful to the thou-
Hands u: r r i mi: who unselfishly ald'-d
ine ln this campaign,' Mr. Poindexter
Said in iiis first comment on the elec
tion. "The worst feature of the de
feat is the breatklng of these asso-!
datlons. I have never lost faith In I
the' people and I accept their verdict
in the utmost good faith and loy-1
Senator Poindexter will leave for
Washington, D C, early next week to
attend tin special nJ short sessions
G. 0. P. DELEGATE
JUNEAU. Alaska. Nov 10. D. A-Sutherlun-l
R( publican, arid delegate
lof Alaska in confess. Is re-elected by
a four to one vote over E. J. White.
Democratic candidate, according to in
' oriipl.'to return on Tuesday's elec
tion from the four divisions of the
territory. Some or the contests for
thfi territorial legislature are so olOBS
thai complete returns are awaited to
ifclermlne the results
Clemenceau Happy As
He Departs For U. S.
Tiger Is Showered With Advice on What He
Should Say and Do in Country Where He
Picked Wife and Jaught Girls'
School Years Ago
PARIS. Nov. 10. (By the Asso
ciated Press) Georges Clem
enceau sails away for America to
morrow, happy In the spirit of
adventuro Today he was ga
Interested and Interesting keen
to bo off Considering his age
he was SI last September the
agetness with which the Tiger of
Prance anticipates thu experiences
that are soon to conic to him in
th I nned States is ojuitfl touch
ing to those who see him and lalk
with him. What Impresses his
American callers the most if his
youthfulness of outlook. lie talks
of the present and the futtire fn
the manner of a man In mlddl
life; he refuses to be reminls, :eij .
"I never was much of a chap
for the past." M. Clemenceau re
marked to the correspondent, who
inquired about the former prem
ier's earlier visits to tho United
tS'alo. This is not his first
o America, as is commonly Si:; -posed
but his third
SHERIFF CATCHES PRISONERS
1 ACT OF SAWING WAY OUT
s;h rifl Richard Pincock at noon to
day thwarted the second attempted
break of prlfioners from the county
Jail thix year, when, after watching
sawing operations for several days, to
identify thus.' Implicated, he put an
end to tin activities.
J. H Martin, who was arrested ln
July lor alleged burglary and was
sentenced yesterday by Judge James N.
Kimball, and Prank Ryan, forger,
were ringleaders of (he prisoners who
attempted to escape.
in Martin's ami Ryan's cell al the
cast end of the prisoners' tank", several
HOLD LEAD I
HOUSE BY 17
; WASHINGTON Nov. in. There
! will be 20 more Republicans than
Democrats In the next house of rep
resentatives and 11 more Republicans
than Democrats ln the new senate.
unless results Indicated by practicallv
complete returns aro overthrown.
In tho house the Republican m i-
iorlty over the c.nnbm-d 1 .-mo r; 1 1
and scattering vote will be 17, while
in the senate it will be 10.
In the present congress l he Re
publicans have a house plurality of
isr, oit the Drmocruts and a ma
jority of 165 over all In thc senate
the Republican majority over the
Democrats is 24, with no scattering
( RANGES EJSTING.
The lineup of the new house, here
tofore listed as Including L'JO Repub
licans and 207 Democrats, was chang
ed to 226 Republicans and 206 Demo
crats todav through a change In tech
nical party affiliation by one of the
successful candidates In Tuesday's
election Representative Guy E
Campbell of the 36th Pennsylvania
district, who ln tho post two cam
paigns has run as a "Republlcnn
Denioorat." but who has been carried
heretofore on the official house mem
bi rship roll as a Democrat, requested
tho house clerk to list him hereafter
as Republican Tho request was
complied with, making the party di
vision Ol the new congress as com
pared with the present division as
Present Congress. New CongTesS
Republicans 60. Republicans 53.
'Democrats 36. Democrats 42.
! (plank) Farmer-Labor 1.
Totals 96 Totals 96.
Republicans 296. Republicans 22b
Democrats 130. Democrats 20'..
Socialists 1. Socialists I.
Vacancies 8. Independent 1.
(Blank) Farmer-Dabor I.
Totals 435. Totals 433
"My father, who was exiled by
Napoleon 111 thought It would be
a good thing for me to go to Am
erica, und I went," M Clemenceau
said ' I had been following cents
of your Civil war and my sympa
thies were with the north. Almost
immediately after my arrival,
however. I went to Richmond.
There I met a good many south
ern people and soon found out
how delightful. how simply
charming they were."
M Clemenceau paused a mo
ment, and then, with a gesture,
' Shortly before my arrival. Grant
had taken the city and I saw for
the first time what v,ar and bom
bardment meant. Then I went to
"Washington and later out west
as far as Chicago and from there
to Bufialo. anjl cftor a whw to
lu converse fl on. M ClcmcTrceau sel
( Continued on Page Two)
flal liars had been sawed through The
'saw marks had been cleverly conceal
ed by the thrusting of soap Into the
Martin and Ryan were removed
from the cell this rnornlnc;. and with
two others, was placed in a separate
cell for later questioning. So far they
refuse to talk and declare they know
nothing about tho sawing of the bars
Information which first brought tho
attention of the officers to tho es
cape plans came last Saturday, when
(Continued on Page Two)
WASHINGTON, Nov 10 With con
gress called by President Hardlnrr lo
convene In extra session November 20,
members of 'he house appropriations
committee scheduled to meet today
'with the aim of having several of thc
appropriation bills re.-idy for the house
by the beginning of the regular ses
sion immediately following December
4. During the two weeks of the ex
tra session, the call for which was ls
sin d lv the president Thursday night,
the house Is expected to devote Its
attention to the ship subsidy bill,
while sub-committees of Its appropri
ations committee work on the supply
iblllB, which form the most linpoitant
'task of tho regular session
EXTRA SESSION M OESSARX
I It was with I view to getting nn
earlier Start ln an effort to clean up
Important legislation. in -hiding tho
appropriation bills, by net March
when the sixty-seventh congress must
adjourn slno die that I he call for r-.if
lextra session vvnicn lue presiuom s
proclamation said was mad necessary
!by public interests has been general
ly approved by Republican leaders ln
congress. While there has been no
definite outline of the natura of th.
president! recommendations to be
presented to the session tho senate
ihas several important bills pending
for action. Including the Dyer antl
lynchlng bill, already passed by the
house; and it Is considered probable
I that the executive will make some
definite recommendation aa to chinir
e In the present act at the oulcomo
of the session .
ship SUBSIDY Bird.
Postponement of th'j action on the
ship subsidy bill W8S agreed to by the
president at the last sessiion On Die
.assurances bi iurm mai it
I would be taken up with delay when
'congress reconvened, and it was the
lopinlon of the latter that the houRo
would procee-i directly to crins,j..r.
latton of tho b111 at tne r'xtr;' seon.
TO BEAT G. 0. P.
Idaho Senate to Have 25
Republicans and 19
TWO MORE WOMEN
Progressive Party Makes
Strong Showing in Gem
BOISE. Idaho. Nov. 10 Republi
cans will be represented in both
houses of the 1923 session of tho
state legislature in sufficient strength
to combat any coalition that might
be formed between Democrats and
Progressives, it was learned Thursday
I night when a final determination of
! the complexion of both houses was
In the senate there will be 25 R?
I publb ans against 14 Democrats and
five Progressives in the lower house
' R publicans have a total of 36 rnem-
I bers, while thc Democrats liae 23
and the Progressives six.
Duly two counties In the state split
the delegations to tho lower hou3C
Idaho county sent one Republican
and one Democrat, and Twin Fal s
county sent three Democrats and ono
Republican Canyon Minidoka and
Jerome counties sent solid Progressive
I delegations to both house and scn-
There will bo two more women In
Lthe legislature when it convenes next
January than there were ln 192 1 Mrs
i Heardmore has been elected from
I Bonher county to thc lower house.
Mrs. Mnry George will represent
I Hlainc county ln the house of repri
5entatlv.es and Catherine L Aber
rromble from Nz Perce county will
havo a seat in the lower house.
RAIL MEN CONSIDER
NEW YORK. Nov 10 Robert. S
Dovctt, chairman of the board of di
rectors of the Union Pacific rail
road, Thursday was named chairman
of a special committee of the Asso
ciation of Railway Executives to se
lect a new head for the organiza
tion succeeding the lato T. Dcvvltt
Cuyler. The Lovett committee also
was directed to draft an outline set
ting forth tho futuro policy of the
association ln railroad matters
Twenty-two members of the asso
ciation's standing committee, present
at the meeting, adopted a resolution
deploring Mr Cjiyler's death and
voicing appreciation of his services
NAME OF VALENTINO
DESIRED BY ACTRESS
DOS ANGELES, Nov. 10. Jean
Acker, motion picture actress, and
former wife of Rodolph Valentino
who was known as Rodolfo Gugllelmo
until ho achieved fame on the screen,
has petitioned tho superior court f r
the right to change her name from
Jean Acker Gugllelmo to Jean Acker
Vuleotlno. She. declares that she has
been known in motion pictures by
the latter name and desires to ke-p
It for professional reasons
STEALS $1000 WORTH
OF SILK STOCKINGS
SACRAMENTO. Cel., Nov. 10.
Warrant of extradition for the return i
of Oswald A Moers. wanted in Read;
ing. Pa, on a charge of stealing,
Jlt00 worth of silk stockings from I
a hosiery plant thero of which ho
was said to have been supcrintendutu. I
was Issued hero today by Governor i
William D. Stephens. The complaint
alleges Moers was a member of a I
gang engaged ln the theft of stock- j
BABY PEGGY OF
MOVIES IS SICK
LOS ANGELES. Nov. 10 PeggT
Montgomery, three-year-old motion
picture actress. known as "Baby
Peggy." is 111 with pneumonia at her
parents' residence ln Owcnsmouth.
near here. It was announced today.
ON STILLMAN PLEA
POUGHKEEPSIE, T T., Nov 10. .
Supreme Court Justice Joseph Mor
ehauser reserved decision today on n
motion made by counsel for James A.
Stlllman. to vacate the Judgment ln
the Stlllman case.
us fide sweeps
. river boat
SHANGHAI, No 10. (By the
Vs.xoeiutotl Pross) Two hundred
1 r-on arv reported to have pc-r-IkIhwI
In a fire on the river boat Ta
Sluing, which was carrying passen
gers and produce belw'"n Sliung
hal nnd Tsungmihg island, off the
mouth of thc Yangtze river The
stcanirr was bcnchd m Whang
poor, near Shanghai.
NOT SO WET AS
Sections Favoring Prohibi
tion Enforcement Still
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov 10. Belat-
ed returns straggling in from Isolat
ed "dry" outposts ln the state today
!vcro threatening to overcome the
dwindling lend against tho federal
prohibition enforcement amendment,
voted on In Tuesday's election Earl
figures had favored 8 'wet" victory 1
but about one four'h of the state yet
to report. Including sections which are
known to favor prohibition, there was
much speculation as to whether final ;
return) would enable proponen's of
the mi asuro to overcome the 23.94l'
margin held by the wets on the latest
u i:ts srifd, ARE n.
Reports from 6 O65 precincts out of
6,681 ln the state gave 323,816 votes In
favor of making the lSth amendment'
to tho federal constitution and the
Volstead act statute law of the state,,
and 347.7 61 against tho measure.
Of the 68 counties, 24 already are
on the dry sldo of the tabulating
The race has simmered down to a
I contest between the wet counties and
the drv strongholds of the state.
REFUSE TO ARREST-.
S AUG US. Mass.. Nov. 10. The Sau
gus police Thursday refused to confis
cate a still found In an automobile
whoso occupants they had arrested onj
charges of operating the machine
without proper registration, giving as.
their reason tho defeat of the refer-j
endum on stato enforcement of the.
olstcad act at the election Tuesday. j
j WILMINGTON. Dla.. Nov. 10
Uncertainty still exists today over the
result of the "short term election" fori
the 1 nited States .senate with the sup
porters of Senator T. Coleman DuPont.
Republican, and Thomas F. Bayard.:
; Democrat, each claiming tho lead In
revision of tho complete unofficial f ig
lures. The short term is from election:
day until March 4, next.
Late Thursday night official figures
I were announced for Kent county, one
of tho three In Delaware. They were:,
lxng term, DuPont. 5668 Bayard
Short term, DuPont. 5 6 80. Bayard '
FRAZIER RUNS ONLY
THREE VOTES AHEAD
FARGO. N. D., Nov 10 Former
Governor Lynn J. Prasier assumed his
long deferred lead in the race for the
1 r, S senatorshlp with the report to-1
day of 1 7 4 7 precincts and the tabu
lation of 1 72 937 votes, the former
governor having a lead o'f three votes.
86.470 to 86 467 for J F. T. O'Connor.,
Independent. Tho vote of 391 pre-,
cincts is needed to complete the total.:
MOVIE BEAR FINDS
BODY OF SUICIDE
LOS ANGELES. Nov. 10 A train J
bear, acting ln motion picture films 1
Ln Griffith park, dashed out of a
clump of bushus. dragging the body,
of a man Thursday
The police said the body was that 1
01 ii Japanese and that he had cone
initted suicide about three days ago. 1
judging from c onditions und articles j
found In the brush
BAMBERGER IS I
RUNNING 700 I
VOTES BEHIND I
Republicans Refuse to Con
cede Election of Demo
MAY ASK RECOUNT j
Figures in Weber All
Checked By G. 0. P.
KING FILES REPORT.
WASHINGTON. Nov 10. (By
the Associated Press.) Unit I
States Senator William II Klns'.
Democrat, Utah, in his successful
campaign for reelection, received
contributions of $600, according !
a statement filed today with the
Clerk of the senate KIn5 placs I
his total expenditures at $157".
Including 5l40u which he gave tho
Democratic state committee.
Senator Caldor, unsuccessful Re- j
publican candidate for reelection i
In New York, spent $16,884.89, '
whne receipts were 817,100.
Latest compilation of Utah's election nffl
figures made , tho newspapers of
gden and Salt Lake show Senator I
Avlllnm 11 King Is 'ending Erne-tt M
Bamberger bv 7 33 -votes
i D. C Dunbar, Democratic stato ,iijjB
chairman! declares thai King has .'. I
majority over Bamberger of 1000 jj
votes. He bases this estimate on fig- I
lires which he nays he has obtained iJjmH
from attorneys retained by the Demo
crats to scan thc results of several j I'JH
Car) Marcuen. Republican stato J!i
chairman, says the Republicans still j! ,
refuse to concede the election of Sen- j
ilor kui Jiid he declares that he ma ' 1 H
i all for another examination of tho
re turns in . omo counties. He men
tions Weber county as one of tho j
counties of which the Republicans
seem lo have suspicions.
in Weber county the Judges of elec- I
(ion were virtually all Republicans arc: ;,l
the county clerk In whose office the
returns were checked Is Republican
Figures compiled by tho Salt Lako (I'll
Ti Ibuno show;
For United States senate:
Ernest Bamberger 57,553 2
William H. King . - 58,292 lim
J- or engross; First district
, Don B. Colton 31.38S tfilfl
Milton H Welling .26.823
i For congress Second district
E. O. Lcatherwood 28 CIS
,D. C. Dunbar 26 201
I Kor justice1 of the supreme court'
'J. W. Cherry 58.591
E. E. Corf man 51.780 I
For superintendent of public in- S
C. N. Jensen 5 9.414
D. C. Jensen 50,403 ij
SALT LAKE. Nov. 10. Senator t,
! William H. King has a majority vote
lover Ernest Bamberger of 730 votes in
the ompllation of returns as far as
could be made late last night. Sorn ,
counties have not yet repotted their I
vote offlcIalK and Indications are that
the definite figures may not all be In (
I until Monday. H
D. C. Dunbar, chairman of the
Democratic state organization, last
night claimed that Senator King Is ,
elected by approximately 1000 votes.
He bases Ills statement on tho fact
lhat he has employed attorneys and
others In various counties of the stato
to go over tho vote where voting pre- I
cincts have not yet reported through
tho official channels. He said that
tho reports made to him by these lj
workers indicate a plurality of 1000 j
votes for Senator King.
DISTRICTS UNREPORTED. j
Still ther. are i: districts In I ho ' I
state, outside of Salt Iiko county. 1
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