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JOGDEN CITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENllDECEl LAST EDITION 4 P, M.
GDEN NEWSBOYS TRAP BANDITS
i ESSIMISTIC PICTURE PAINTED OF IRELAND 1
M OF ALL
H Hi MASKED
AKIan Governor Holds
onference With His
tod: and Money Come to
usistance of Accused
Kmore. o. Hoc. ;r Dr. B
B(cin, former mayor of Mcr
Hl, today lost his fight for
Bat' r !-.i?'- i n is corpus,
Bilnr- He was remanded "wlth-
i" gi'- ihc Louisiana
Hs opportunity a lo present I
ttckoln wa arrested Tuesday i
Kquet of Governor Parker of I
iBuu. li"i inur
fcineclinn with) the MorehOUSCj
HU'Jn ( piiip last August.
KoP La.. Dec. 2 V Chief in
H tho Morehouse kidnaping
Bo.tn'ir JuImi M. I'.irker v . i
1 'in'J Special i
tttor St. Clair Adams, appointe.i i
B govern o assist the attov-l
llMkcri , presenting the
.P case at penlng eoTins
MScM her i.- J. 'Miarv .". t dicuss
Hto bo adopt. 1 . ln-arl'l-,-.
Humrit for the arrest of Dr. 15. i
i JcKotn, which is held in Haiti-j
lBlt th-t- if-rpi'-i- Govt rn..r Par
IVU b'i )! r- .-s' r.! i on I
:r i . neral
fcr?' i tre stated
JBUIsliiori i r i ; t
flriHlS toun as ii,. .:rr;int WSS re-i
- XMASKLD Molt KMN
asked mob. which kidnaped
3 Bj1 "?,J ! ' 1 1 i'si
ct 75 men. according to one of
jij'' - said the
mob i., i , ,
fchere I r I; M M. Koin. for
BJmi o: Rouge, was bat- J
pli.M . n to Louislaui
U to face a charge of mur- ,
CB ccnneriion with the case
f' iipiu iu oring nun nacK
plop another historic incid- ni
to the effort1) to f formor
rfPCr '! I-. . ill IJi-I.V OUt Of
Bovcrnor Goebel, of th
Utc In Krankfort, Ky two
HJor nn.in- In I ! belief
today by iri.nd.s ol the for-
Pu-:i)s and mom;y
Jtt''-i"-d J.n daj there
"n'"'i't.-.i 1'iu.i- Hable and
-frlcnd.. to .ssist the phyji
B does not want to return
Bi friends iti ..use and
Ch 1,arls'11"' "'in- lining up in
I Man ik'
HP':? Mon -
Wtt Ills w ; : '. lour children and
I bona in six , ., , s would bo
lc th2 cni would bo
F is k ifij . n.-i led her:j
250,0uo v.-s said to liav
ptjlab:. r0r t...- ,,. iae ol 'I
F1- former deputy sheriff, the
f17"' In the case A foe ot
Plas n ported to ha e i"-en of
E cerum "n,i of lawyers to
his j. fen. , s,n, ,. , ne inc-r-
P of it lrncti it sira age u
FWriicd the town, hold bilof
"Uons with the prisoner, and
parted on tht iul train, II u
L ONK KIIM.D MAN.
"m in. r j i . i,. !... ne
i'"-' '"' 'I ,in u' In. i it x- t'.r
FWtnent tl a . i'i .-.lira. '. . lie
P 0! many t nr-.iiKhout the
l&hlclan has stood high It
Fl,;ji prof. , nort lie ist
B '"' v inir in '- i.j- in ot the
w)ngres..,i;, .. U al
ffl year. Ht u.is also a
orker iii ing his term :is
J '1 .Tipp.i w , r on tii'jsr who
Rlaw light v and is s..ld to have
I 1 :imn ..r manj "- I hos3
P yearn n,-, l0 engaged in -t
at r; , . ,nd killed
L "p disr-haiged by the
8 Jup.- iridictment was
P'im him plea was s'lf-
f calnnn thai l.o would have
l,el f he not fired first.
J HAD TINY CAPITAL
JC"! VKl: ,: i. ; - The
t yn: n Sh Ui.l n saving--I
P '"Is ' 1,1, i . :..-d o l
R OUtio-. ,i ,,, lnKt
1 u,t l ':i.n .isfLts were about
Wilson Reaches 66 th Milestone
O 00 O O O O 00 o o o
Political Spotlight Upon Him
O O O 00 O O 00 O o o
Senate Extends Felicitations
BY HARRY HUNT.
NEA Staff Correspondent.
WASHINGTON, Deo. 28 His
sixty-sixth birthday anniver
isay December 28, L922 finds
Woodrow Wilson again in the
edge of the political spotlight.
Whether that spotlight again will
swing to put the former president In
the center of i(s radiance Is to many
the most engaging question before
; America today.
There seems little doubt that Wil
son today Is physically better than at
any time since his collapse in 1919.
Though his left side still Is partly
paralyzed, Wilson now Is able tovstand
without his cane and lie even walks
a few steps in his garden without Its
aid. His color is better. Ho has
taken on weight
ABREAST OF AFF URS.
And there are evidences that his
stronger physical condition is permit
ting a more active following ot na
wiison has been wrltipf letters on
public questions notably on the Ute
elections. Alsu his Armistice day
speech to admirers gathered tit h'8
home reead he does not yet con
cede defeat In the causa in which he
sacrificed ins health, and Indicated
his expectation that American par
ticipation In world aifalrs would be
come the dominating issue In 1924.
W llson unquestionably is the leader
of the Democratic party today. His
hold on the minds and hearts of the
rank and file of his party has been
strengthened by his Illness and by tho .
difficulties In which the world has '
found itself tho last two years.
WILL GUIDE 92l POLICIFS.
11 seems certain Wilson will lay
down the lines on which the Demo
cratic party win attempt its come
back in J 92 4 and that his Influence
on lhe choice of candidates will bo
"But for his remaining seated,' j
said Georges Clcmenceau after his!
recent call on the ex-presldent, "hu )
was the same Wilson 1 knew In Paris.
Slightly fatt'-r, nothing else He show
ed himself thoroughly abreast of af
if Wilson's famous !4 pom
creedfor establishing world peace
Yes. I ne ntloned tlu-m. And - i
SHOWS WAY TO
I IN LEAN YEARS
CHICAGO, Dec. -28 Avoidance of
! over-expansion lp times of. activity
and establishment o markets- for
I products in'tlmes of depression Were
'among .the remedlc for periodic
t sln.ss .lepresslon whim Ues'.-y
Mitchell, director of the National Bu
reau Of Economic Kcsearch force M
foday would be included in the report
of President Harding's conference on
unemployment, in a speech before 1 the
i American Association for I.ahor Eog
m, ion at which "The ftuslness Cj
?d unemployment" was the tjpic.
1 'The investigation disclosed that
:lhcrT, were bout SOOOAOO tdljmon
m the depression of 19SX, Mr. .xm'
Si iu la Bpeakln of the unem
o oym-nt conference. 'Smaller em-
overs gave much s.eadler employ
enf than the larger ones The lean
years in our recenl business his
tory have run something like 15 to
A - eni behind the fattest years
and 8 to U per. cent behind mode, -ntoiv
i ,'onccrns which have given svs
Itematlc attention to business CfClM
, ',d found their sxperlence profi -,,.
he said, and that hud given hop
SfpS spread ot better piann.nc
Fv'rv considerable financial ad
I ntnW mlh1 be derived by govern -msnttf"
E? Mitchell added "If they
?V the buflness cycle. Into account
n' 'planning M-r:, P-ucha .
Siee and their puhiio work!
ORDERS HIS ASHES
THROWN OVER CITY
ham B. ' Uj ale and leave
,:,,Xneru. Pia, record-
plane, 2000 "ln"
dlatrtct and cast into the sir.
son s face lit up Ho was a firm be
liever In their ultimate triumph."
MAil s I I 1 ICITVriO.N v
. WASHINGTON. Dec. 28. Without
debate and with a c horus of ayes from
Democratic senators and silence rum
most of the Republican Side, th
senate adopted a resolution offered by J
Senator Harris, Democat, Georgia, ex
pressing the pleasuta and joy of th
senate" upon the recovery toward;
health of former President Woodrow.
Senator Harris In presenting the
resolution soon after the senato con-
vened. pointed out that today was th
C6th birthday of th former president,'
spoke of the many telegrams of con-'
gratulatlon and felicitation pouring in 1
at the V'llson home and said it seem-
(Continued on Pace Two)
GIRL SHOT TO
DEATH BY CHUM,
I POUCE THINK
NEW YORK. Dec. 28. Brooklv n
'keenest detectives today looked for a
solution of the shooting of Theresa
j McCarthy, ten-year-old school girl. In
her home Tuesday, in the slightly up
ward course of the .22 calibre bullet
I that pierced her heart, disclosed by
the autopsy and the theory that an
other child of similar age was re
sponsible for the tragedy.
The deduction was that the bullet's
course would have been downward,
irather than upward, hail an older and
taller person flr.-.J the shot
I The police working on various
angles in hope of the merest clu and
with a dragnet over the city, have In
'custodj .lames P. Grace, of Brooklyn
26, a collector, on complaint of the
parent! of two girls and for Investi
gation In the case of tho McCarthy
girl. However, nothing has been es
tablished, the police say. to connect
this man with the Brooklyn mystery.
! The slain child's mother lias been
unable to aid the police in Identifying
any person she thinks may have been
entering the house to see Theresa
'while she was alone in the day time.
Thero were very few girls that
Theresa ever played with in tho
liou'o," she said, 'and never wore any
boys here. t casionally on very cold
nights, she had one or two girl chums
in th.- house lo play."
I . .
MAYOR VANTS LIGHT
ON EVERY DWELLING
SEATTLE, Wash.. Dec. 28. To pre
vent crime. I'hlef of I'oli,-,. Severyne
of sojittio has suggested an ordinance
requiring a light all nlpht at the en-j
Itrancc to overy dwelling. This, he
said, would iiKhit the streets very nice.
Ty. Mayor Brown promised to sign
sui h 'in ordinance if th,- eounell would
pass it adding that be burned Ms own
porch light all night.
WILL SEE MORE
Such Is Belief of Daily Mail
WOMEN ARE BLAMED
Female Element With De
VaJera Faction, News
DUBLIN, Dec 28. (By The Asso
ciated press.) The first bomb attack
on Dublin for some time took place In
Aungler street today when a bomb was
thrown at a military car in which scv
ieral officers were rldmg Tho bomb
burst behind the car and the officers,
none of whom wero injured, fired at
ii man standing on a nearby street
I corner, shooting him through tho
,mouth The wounded man ran lnto
I Carmelite church where he was cap
Iturd. A woman was Injured by tho flying,
LONDON, Dec. 28. Reviewing the
year end conditions in Ireland. the
Dotiy Mall's .-orresponden In Dublin
paints a discouraging picture. Ho ex-1
I press's the fear that tho present lull,
I in the military operations Is only tem-i
porery; that republicanism is still
Strong enough to cause the govern
ment infinite trouble.
He attributes the constantly reviv-l
Ing activity among the rebels to!
women, lb per cent of whom, he as-1
serts. probably sympathise with the lr-!
regulars. He declares that even the
wives of some of the minors arc pass-,
ively, If not actively, rebels.
He point3 out that although the na
tional services are controlled by the
government, they are not f unctionlng
With freedom and regularity. The.
ministers still are compelled to llvo In
government buildings, those vvhoi
made brief visits to friends during'
Christmas have had to return to their,
SIGNIFICANT I I
Referring to rumors which are In
dignantly denied by the authorities
that sections of the free state are not
over-loyal, having been undermined I
by rebel propaganda, the correspond
Whatever the facta may be there,
recently have been cases where whole,
garrisons of the national troops have
uaen KBpiiuou nn iujwioiug case o)
The dispatch concludes
Atop of all is the imminent perl!
of death to every member of the cab
inet, who had hoped the appointment
of Timothy Healy as governor general
I would tend to bring the parties to
igether. I'nfort unately, it has not done
ISO. The walls of Dublin are painted
with scathing references to Mealy, who
'now rivals Richard Mill' ihv as the ob
ject of attack."
The Dailv Mall has professed strong
sympathy for the Irish government.
1E V l 1 11 STATI Ml n i
The Irish Bulletin today prints 0
statement from Bam on de Valera re
plying to the recent criticism ol his
altitude by I'n ddent I'osgrave. Tlie
I Republican leader sa.vs;
I "The present government of the re-1
i public is acting as tho emergency trus-j
tee of the government and It is pro
! posed to surrender Its authority the'
moment the rightful parliament ot the,
nation namely, second dnii. is ai-'
lowed to moot a supreme court of the,
republic Is allowed to determine the
bxal and constitutional differences
which boi h sides now are trying toj
I solve by force."
PARIS. Dec. 28. (By the Associ
ated Press.) The condition of Sarah
Bernhardt showed marked improvo-
j ment today The doctors believe she
is out of danger, but she must i
j main In bed for some days, perhaps
Madame Bernhardt received h-T
i son. Maurice, this morning.
Coincident With the Improvement In
the actress' condition, her aged but-
b-r, Arthur, who has been with her
I for 46 years, has become seriously II!.
He was stricken with pneumonia a-i
a result of his long night v Ifrlls to at
tend Madame Bornhurdt's nee
, URGES LONG TERMS
FOR AUTO BANDITS
I SAN FRANCISCO Dec. 28 D. .1
O'Brien, chief of the Han branoisco
police department, announced today he
, would sponsor a bill ai the next ses
sion of the California legislature to
amend tho penal code so as to Impose
prison terms of not less than 25 years
on all persons convicted of hiKhwuv
robberv who use automobiles in the
commission of crime.
Pair From Scene of
Crime and Call Cops
J. J. King, 45, and David Kellv, R unaway Boy,
15, Confess to Four Recent Robberies
In Ogden and Its Vicinity
PRESENCE of mind coupled with rare courage displayed by four
Standard-Examiner newsboys led to the capture last night of;
J. J King, confessed highwayman, 45 years of age, termed by the :
police "a second Fagin," shortly after he had robbed Theodore G.
Lienhardt, proprietor of the Tabernacle Pharmacy, 2201 Washington
avenue, of $54 25 at the drug store.
NEWSBOYS WHO H
THE Ogden city commission
today voted a reward of $5
to each of the four Standard
Examiner newsboys who
brought about the capture of
the two Ogden bandits
ORANGE X J D.c 2S. William
I Battles, a negro, was held without bail
today in connection with tho killing of
'Mrs Eleanor H. Brlfrham. wife of
Charlea Brigham, s Now York inisi
jiiess man Mrs. ltrigham's body was
I discovered late last night in a pre
Isirve closet In her homo here She
had been choked lo death
The negro was Identified by Mar
garet Brigham. th dead woman's
daughter, as former employe at the
Brigham home. Battles denied knowl
edge of the crime.
Margaret, who Is seven years old.
told the police thai Battles was in the
house yesterday afternoon and ihat
v. ben she asked for her mother, hC
told her he had gone to tho grocer's
for bread. A formal charge of first
(legree murder was preferred again-1
Battles by the police.
County Physician Warren reported
that Mrs Brigham dlej of strangula
tion and ihat the wound on the back'
of her head was caused by being
thrown Into the closet
Mr and Mrs. Brigham were married
in Pittsburg They lived In San Kran-I
cIsco for several years, and until six1
months ago. had been residents of Oil
City, Pa. There are thret children '
Margaret Virginia and a three-year
old eon, Kobort
ROBBER IS KAY0ED
BY BLOW TO JAW
PORTLAND. Ore.. Doc. 28. J. D
. Kelw hardware merchant of Sylvan,
near here, became so angered Wednes
day night when one of two robhers
who had h- Id up his sister and himself
attempted to seise n cash box which
I his sister carried thai he smote the
assailant n the Jaw. The blow
'knocked the robber down and he
dropped the weapon which Kelley
promptly seized. Covering the pros
Itrate outlaw. Kelley forced him to sur-'
j render The second bandit fled.
I The captured robber was surren
dered to the sheriff
NINE MEN KILLED
AS FORT BLOWS UP
HOME Dec 28. (By the Assocl-1
nted Press ) Nine men were killed j
when a fort near Trent blew up last I
night. The aci blent was caused by ,
thu explosion of a shell which set of f I
the other ammunition.
DebrlS from the demolished fort
wus scattered for miles around.
- - King was holding a. .38 caliber Iver
I Johnson revolver on IJenhardt nt the
V drug otore last night when the four
newsboys. Edwin and Dustln Neely,
1 2223 Washington avenue. Frank Tay
! lor, 371 Twenty-second street, and
Wesley McBride. 2 2 66 Ogden avenue,
stopped to peer into the window
The boys seeing what won happen
ing darteil across the street and wait
led for King and his companion. Da
; vld Kelly. IS years of age, who ran
'away from h..- home at Anaconda.
Mont., two weeks ago. to come out. I
BOS FOWXW HORBEUs
The boys followed th robbers west
j on Twenty-second street to Hudson
'avenue, thence outh to Twenty-fourth
As the boys turned into Hudson av
enue from Twenty-second street, trail
ing the robbers, they encountered J.
W. Stahr. a locomotive engineer, w ho !
was on his way home. The boys told
Stahr that the men uhead had just
robbed the drug store so Stahr joined
In the pursuit. Once when he thought
the fellows were going to get away he j
fired a shot In the air to attract atten-
tlon. This made the robbers speed
HOTEL st KKol NDI l.
The hotel building was Immediate!) ,
; surrounded and Patrolman A. J. Gale
'followed by Patrolman H. H. But-'
I ler. entered room 26 of the hotel. Pa-,
: trolman Unle commanding King andt
I the boy to throw up tneir hands
' As Patrolman Gale began searching
'the boy for a weapon Patrolman But-.
lor who was advancing on King, saw
him reach toward his p.i k' and
i grabbing him succeeded In grasping
I through tho man's clothing the long
barrel of the revolver and disarming
Tho remainder of the building was
being searched by Detective Edward
I Butterfleld and W. A Jones while on
i finrH wer.- P.itrulmen .lames llmrn
i J. H. Slbbert, Desk Sergeant C. E.
Leiser P. J Naylln and George Etnn.
It N DIT CONFESSES
At police headquarters King was
questioned by Chief of Detectives
Rqbert Burk and admitted that he hao
robbed the pharmacy.
Questioned further he admitted that
1 on the morning of December 20, he
J had robbed G G. Robertson, employe
of th. Hot Sprlntrs .sub-station of the
1'tah-ldaho I'entral railroad. tving
Robertson in a chair after gagging him
and taking his watch and $10 In cash
i He also admitted robbing Reed
! Helm and Athol Tribe, employes of
the Independent ill station at Tvventv -eventh
and Washington avenue,
taking $1.60 from Helm and SO cents
1 from Tribe on Tuesday night
Prior to robbing the pharmacy last
night he admitted holding up the
grocery store of Mrs Lottie Hart,
n idow ' of Wllford E5, Mart, nt 1781
Washington avenue, getting 40 cents,
from the boy in tho store and a bag
BOY is RUNAWAY
King's finger-prints were taken at
police headquarters this morning by
Detective u. H Wootton who said he
v;is of the opinion that the man was
nn nM . . . , . ,-,.!,.. l.'lnn in II to-a r (
I age and gave his occupation as that
of a printer and a tailor
I The boy. David Kelly, told the po
i lie.- this morning that he had run
i away from hl.s home In Anaconda
about two weeks ago because he could
I do nothing to suit his brother, Pat.
j with whom he and his three sisters
had been living since the death of
I his father two years ago and his
: mother last year.
J He said that he had decided to get
out and find work and that he hid
I met King at MoCnmmon I unction
wlille on his way to gden King, he
I said, had been paying for his meals
land room and when he was In debi
i to King tho man forced him to ac
company him In ills robbery sdven-
Asked why he did not report King
I he said that he was afraid to.
I He gave his age as 15. told a
Straightforward story to the police.
I making no attempt, they P -i , J . to con
1 ces I nn I hlng
Theodore Lienhardt, proprietor of 1
the drug store, today described the
STORY OF ROBBERY
"When the two entered the store i
stepped up to meet them foi i thought
they were customers, Just as I reach -
d the older fellow he pointed a gun at I
my waist and demanded:' Where's
your money " 'Here's one cash regis
ter and there's the other." I told him
and the young fellow with him opened!
(Continued on Puge Two)
HARDING HAS I
OWN PROGRAM I
FOR PROBLEMS 1
iTo Pass Borah Amendment
Will Embarrass Me, Ex
NEGOTIATIONS ON H
President Silent On What
' Is Being Done "To Be
WASHINGTON, Dec 28. During
an Interlude today In the delivery of
set speeches in the senate for and
against the Borah economic and arm
ament conference proposal. Senator
Borah remarked that he fully realized
what "Is going to hapr-cs to it."
1 know what I hope is going to
happen to It " interjected Senator
Johnson, Republican, California, who
stool with Senator Borah in the
treaty of Versailles fight and on
many other questions, but who has
parted company with h.m OB ih? con
"I expet t the senator's hopes will
be realized." rejoined Senator Borah
"I certainly trust they win be,"
promptly returned Senulor Johnson.
They are the same hopes the sen
ator of Idaho has entertained with
respect to such proposals In the pas: '
WASHINGTON. Dec 28 President
Harding informed the senate today
that action by it on Senator Borah's
plan for an economic and disarma
ment conference was not advisable in
view of what the executive branch of
the government already Is doing "to
Just what the steps already taken
or in contemplation by the adminis
tration may be, however, tho president
did not reveal. He paid members of
ongJ ess could learn If they Inquired
in the proper way, but that state de
partment communications on so deli
cate a subject "obviously could not
be bulletined from day to day."
"If congress really wants to be help
ful.'' he added, "It might well free th-.'
hand" of tho debt tjndlng commis
sion which under tho act creating It.
cannot alter tho Interest terras Or dato
of payment of the war debts.
LODGE PRESENTS LETTER.
Senator Bodge presented tho presi
dent's letter Immediately after the
i senate conv ened and the reading of it
I by a clerk w as listened to alterna
tively by senators on both sides of the
Senator Borah noted on a pad of
I paper the high spots of tho communi
cation and smiled broadly at tho presi
dent's declaration that the proposed
amendment would in effect give the
impression that the exccutlvo branch
of the government was not "fully
alive" to the present world situation
'and that congress could facllltato the
I work of the debt commission "by frce-
lng the h inds of that body."
Senator McNary. Republican; Ore
gon. gained the floor after the letter
'had been read and began an address
In behalf of the Borah proposal, which
the championed as a measure likely to k
aid the Ameilcan farmer by restoring I
I Europe and Increasing European pui -!
chases of American agricultural pro
ISOLATION OPPOM l
! n active member of the senate
. farm bloc. Senator McNary declared
his opposition to an American policy df
"Isolation ' although he said he knew
hl.s views would rouse what he termed
(Contlmirsi on Page Two)
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