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n; mn ny :: v ' 'rSS , zO LIVESTOCK SHOW ' Jsfc wartner with " " tmcmmm r -O-v S MFU m ' V (f!DEN'S annual livestock j""1 "'n' 'V 7'l(!" F" " """ P0rtanl vvc.stcru event vnth the nd y.ar-No.76 OGDEN Crn'71jTAH SUNDAnWlNG7bcEMBER 31 ri922 iELLON ENDORSES CAPPER FARM CREDITS iUSINESS !N 11922 STAGES 1 BIO COMEBACK Ahdustry Within Stone's I Throw of Genuine Prosperity WARMER IS LAGGING 'Reduction of Unemploy- s Jl Inent One of Outstanding Features BY HARDEN COLFAX ''fecial Corrc-pondrnl of The Stainl- nrd-I unilncr. (Copyr I'-'l The Standard- Examiner.) WASH1X' 30 Business Atared a i tfvtd !-; ,pi ir I known to In- SgjjKutn-. tBrow 'of p Htre great in ! ... : rl. s swung high up e ladder of progress with new Ecor 1.- isi.-M-ru.-nt. Labor shot Kbcss Into i dbvard. pushed up wage seal' a and ended the twche Mthb with a general shortage 1 JffAll Industry wo on tllf march to- lAftrd prosporr.v Ur-,.ivhont the year. "The fannei ai,i; d behind I frfcrocetsi-n . . . I- ' ''; P ' ' ' aKn the closing months and bettered Ki aitua'i...:. 1 mg his income ""EpprovlmatC-. i I . mi'i."i.h."UU ov-.t HSie total voiume of business perdlnc to 1 1- 1 a ;' car loadings tpt by t . " fcitlon. in - nppr.ixlniati Sir ceDt om r ! '- We failed to rca-h he hlgi. . . 1.. ... 1 .-'c however, by fcout 0 per cent. Indication? k n ra ly point to the itU!:j!- ' .iter measut - zXt pro: rc m Tli' present Sar closes with aiC'.dy in mosl Hn-3 Bear .jBfovembi r iin.j i comber from the mth marl. b. attributed largely ij Bttsonul (lf-r.ii,, . m n-'.eral major ln . hitrlu. notably bui ding consti u U : Bid ii . automobiles UjBonM v.mhm. im 1 mkxts. gMOu: '. t 1 1 mj. .-, . ai-'s industrial Butor- a; hik achlevo- jjA !. natrd by tho Bor dei, iriin. in . , - " " workers -iBthe beginning of the year. WSM Bec out .m j j inrtage, la jjBlrtualh Ml lin v..j., reported as ,JBrl as last Si ptembcr ,X0ne million men w nt out on strike jjftnng Ihc year, b'lx hundred thousand then. indu' try ill BBlT r i jjt . . t I- irmdrrd thousand) ."wallr" 1 Bho iri.n and steel industry ended dBV ' ' wth outut virtually twi . Sie vol b ginning. , I Ail'..:. 1 WVl i. 1 . I (S l'-i 1 urncd 3; Piu ii. ,00D m B HIk'.ivu.. . instruction hung UP 1 BYhcuni. Bwrox.'i' itir, j7.".m. ""ii ByilMuu 1 the grca BV cm tidal ncarlny B1 11 A cut hi Bpisi. . Bkl:4' 'Mm. 1. luring the last six ByOtl.i hi i,,,. , .- i!,, ,,. riu.J duru; Blch the cut a- but. not- : LBbat?.nilliiK the railroads, as a whole iBFaaec thvii 1-. ; income by not lee IB11 . I - i,..r the l-'-l fll'" Hbposlts in the chief national banka IBwcd during the year by $ 1 .500.- Blivi, 'BV'it figures by at least J1.000.00U,- Bfccs of the chief farm products ( jfrBV1, 'J months from 1 iBjc"'- I'" ! Hi.- nation 1:1- !BTf'j--'J. . . - ri 1 Bjpe labor department, upon which Bw0fflclal estimate was based, lV jBjjf'Ilro-r'i' ' 1. uno B Wj.MK ti SHADOWS. iBWUeh uro the high lights of tho 1 Brre 0( 1 Tne da'101" shuJ" I !BBS show IP Wo' rollroads failed, by about J300 -;W'J0. to earn the o per cent do- BT?.'1 ''l- .. ..B;.rri1 Hinrli::;,.j :i ri'J other dc ,ti V1 hang i,r-;i .. 11 , 0L.r ;,rriculiure an-J LBr 'armrr is virtually out of the roar- lBr ".u-pt ,,,, ,., , v,,n). s. tin MS. of 1 .. U l BjP'f'I'lnK conilno..l hi (he doldrunr. jmn many millions of American ton iSB? oft up for lack of business. iaJBVtKrta fell short by approximately iBX00'000- of the 192 1 dollar total, B0ugli tho volume of exports was aBw tho Sflmc a9 la8t year th0 IBBM in value being due largely to BviuId,, fanre8 reached the hlgh TjjM "' 1 ' ' h 1 9Ui passing uy ,Byi nil ; $627,000 - ln '.ota l !lfli,imin ii 11 ri n r 13-1 'jfjm " sv'," " fciUontluued on l'ue Threc.i COMMITTEE TO DRAW BILL TO j AID GROWERS i Cabinet Officers Differ on Proposed Credit Measures MELLON SENDS LETTER He Favors Act Indorsed By National Livestock Association WASHINGTON'. Dec. 20. The en-, dorsement and support of tho treas tlrj department was given today to j the Capjier agricultural credits bill.' as against Itfl prln' Ipul rival. th I Anderson-Xjenroot credita measure .-. ic. receni : . was Introduced Into thef i . ind hi" ' h the ".- eking of E . .-tarv of Agriculture Wallace and other povernnient officials Secretory Mellon. In testimony pre sented at ( losing hearlnjjfS today of 'the senate banking committee oti farm rrr-dn lefflsTatldn ami In 8 letter sent to Senator .McLn'an or 1 nnnei 11 cut, the committee chairman, camo lout in support of the Capper bill, with I minor modifications ami with an jamt-ndnifnl to extend for nine months I ufter next June 30. the farm loan powers of the war finance corporation. OTHER BILL PAVORKD. Support was given the Anderson I Lenroot bill on the other hand, by Secretaries Wallace and Hoover, also j appearing before the committee bo i hind closed doors Secretary Wallace was understood to have urged the 1 committee t5 report the Anderson benrool bill OO the ground that It I -was more nearly adequate to the ; needs of the farmer than thi Capper ' bill. Mr. Hoover, whose testimony 1 was c i'd to have related more g n crallv to I he need of agricultural credit than to details or Its extension, appeared to favor the Anderapn-Len-root measure, which would set up farm credits departments ln the x Istlng federal land banks with an authorized government-furnished cap italization of 160.000.000 lor the l- bUkltii the views of the three cabinet members before U. the committee prepared .0 draft legislation Which Will harmoni.e the widely conflict ing opinions hold by Its mcm? by m' mbers of congresi 5 m ...1 ly a 0 the form of aid to be extended the farme-r. and livestock growers of the country. DIFFIC1 LT d'lt H1. l the committee will me.-t Tuesday to ben ,1, admlltedl, difficult task and Chairman McLean hopes ha " bill cady for senate consideration by the end of next week, The Capper bill, which was drafted with the instance of Director Meyei '- ),.. war flnafnce corporation, and , ., ;nted wtth the endorawnent of the Vio-rhan National Livestock aMOCln.. nder the supervision of the com .- ",,,r of t irrcn; y. of private rural credit and re-discount corpora V. with a minimum capltalizat on ' t'-.O Oio. tor extension of the period durlnVv hlch agricultural Paper shall -liriole for rediscount from sh ';,,': n.. month-, and for a e - , Vmce by federal reserve banks o ' aoer of co-operative associations of SKcnUurtatt for rediscount as agrb cultural paper, T i:KMK110V OPPOSED. Secretary Mellon In his lette. and Ama In his testimony, presented a ; ii, or .Objections tp the Anderr so, - en.oot bill, declaring tha 'i. WouW Slace the government to a large fr.ni In the commercial banking extent in wouj make heavy I . k?,?l't.. raw.- ad.llllc.nal w lS5 ?u?i Mnilirylnn hU lt ob- on the Andrrson-Lrnroot bill. Mr. sas :ssrr. & is; ss or the ffP-Pff (g thi life of M.e wtnga? u""' Maro- (Pontitwed 011 ,rw0) Dry N avy Disabled O O O O OO 00 O o New York Is Flooded EV YORK, Dec. 30, With the sub-chaser Hansen, "federal dry navy" of the port of New York, tied up at the Battery with engines disabled, the Narrows was left unguarded tonight long enough for 1 b rum runners to slip into port with nearly seven million dollars worth of liquor for New Year's, the police department was advised The 15 Ifctle vessels are believed by prohibition officials to have aboard at least 60,000 cases of liquor. They rep resent only a part of the fleet of rum-laden craft which since a few days before Christmas had been lying outside the three-mile limit, awaiting opportunity to run the gaunt let into the city. Federal Prohibition Zone Chief Appleby was amazed when he learned that the Hansen, flagship of his "dry fleet." was tied up at her pier. "I thought she was patrolling the Narrows," he explained LASH APPLIED i PUBLIC 1 BACKS 0F FIVE ; WILMINGTON, Del.. Dec. 30. With the temperature below freezing, 1 five prisoners at the Newcastle county workhouse were stripped to the waist and publicly whipped this afternoon oy j Deputy Warden Leach. Three of the men. Martin Cunning I ham. white, Jackson Montgomery and : John Lee, negroes, recened five lashes each. They were found guilty of lar ceny. Twenty lashes each were given ! Charles Palmer and Lawrence ".alues, 1 negroes. They were accused of break1 Lng into and entering homes. Gaines is to be given more lashes next Saturday as part of his scntenc.' j for 40 lashe? and throe and a haif ears Imprisonment. The others .s- Ceiven jail sentences raiiii"K irnni id months to two years. All of the prisoners, though islbly affected by the old wind Which swept 1 ucross the Jail yard, stood the lashes j on their bucks without making an outcry. The whippings were witnessed by other prisoners and many visitor-. OFFICERS AWAIT DRAFT DODGER FliNSAC'iLA Fla.. Dec 30. Local I police and port officials were today making preparations to meet the steamship Jupiter, bald to be en route !to this port Willi Cro-.er 1 b ela.nd Borgdoll. Philadelphia draft dodger, ! uii board as a member of Its crew. No word had been received from the J uilter early today and the hour of its arrival Is not Known. other jiilf ports are beln watched for the Jupiter. Leon county authorities at Talla Ihassea, Fla. were still holding the 1 youni; man who claims his name is I William Jones of Krie. Pa., taken Into custody Friday suspected as being B pgdoll, OO POLISH ASSASSIN SENTENCED TO DIE WARSAW, Dec. 3 0 ( Bj I he As sociated Press.) Nlewadoniskl was sentenced to death today for the as 1 saAsinutlon of President Narutowlcz. i The trial began this morning. Just tw o I weeks aftr tho assassination. ROBBERS IDFVTII'IED, , KAKBAS CITY, Dei SO Witnesses I of th'- holdup of tile DVovers1 National bunk messengers here recently In Which ff'7.000 was obtained. today Identified lames Cayerty, George Wil liams and Fred HcClure as members luflhe bank gang Caverty and Wil lliams were arrested In New Orleans early this week and roturnod hero I ID10 CHILD i VICTIM OF If 0MB' GUN Daniel Punk, two-year-olj son of Mi. and Mrs Duvld Funk of Black Pine. Idaho, who was accidentally phot with a .I'l caliber rifle La-st fhursday by his brother, Erneul. aged V, died from the wound at a local hos pital last night. ' The youngster was playing in the family homo at Black Pine. Knieul pointing tne rifle which he thought empty at his brother When the trig ger sllppod Daniel fell to tho floor, I seriously wounded, the bullet passing through the right side of the fore-' I head Do was brought to the Dee hospital. I Besides his parents the youth Is Survived b three sisters and three daughters 1 Funeral services will be held at1 Tremonton CATTLEMAN FOUND IN AUTO WOUNDED FORT COLLINS. Colo . Dec. 30. Jack Bell, widely known cattleman and for uiany years manager of Comp ton's hotel In Cherokee Park, died lato I today In tho local hospital from a 1 bullet wound above the right oar, be ! I loved to have been self Inflicted Bell was found shortly after noon ; In his automobile In the' southwestern section of the city with a large call 1 bro revolver on the floor of the car. He was rushed to tho hospital but idled without regaining consciousness According to physicians, Bell was I suffering from a pressure on th brain caused by an Injury' received I In a quarrel recently. Despondent v ioep this condition and over the fact I thut he was recently made the dO I fendant in divorce action brought by I his wife is believed to have cause 1 tho man to take his own life. GERMAN CURRENCY TOTALS DIZZY SUM (By International News service) BERLIN. D.ec. 30. There are 1. 137,000.000 000 paper marks In clrcu I Intlon In Germany, occordlng to the , report of the Relehsbnnk today This ; sum estimated nt prewar money val ues is $272,880,0,00.000. If prewar I conditions prevailed this would mako tin per capita wealth of the Germans 1 1.4648. 00 LINERS DAMAGED BY HEAVY STORMS PLYMOUTH Dec 30 Two Ameri can trans-Atlantic liners the Presi dent Polk and Mlnnekahda, arrived j here todav battered and smashed bv I storms. Several of the crew of tlfd j President Folk were Injured. Llf--boat on both vessels were destroyed and fittings washed overboard. TWO FATHERLESS LITTLE GIRLS CURSING KLAN Mother Prays Justice Vill Be Meted Out To Slayers PRAISES GOVERNOR Knew Husband Had Been Murdered Before Body Was Found I 1 By Mrs. Thomas Richards. Idow of Thomas F. Richards, the man who, with Wult Daniels wus slain and thrown Into Itkc La Fourehe In Louisiana (Copyright. 192. by international News Service.) MBR ROCGE. La.. Dec. 30. "I have been through th'- tortures of a four months' search for my hus band, but now there is a brightness ahead that I feel sure is the light which will lead to vindication of tho efforts of Governor Parker and the 1 .rucuiiLc ci i uou aiici man on ine 1 kidnapers and murderers of my hus band and his dear friend. Watt I Daniels. Tonight there la no calm in . my heart but there Is a certain feeling that a semblance of Justice has en I tored a rase That for a long tlmo appeared hopelessly buried under the apathy of public officers, men who , had sworn a sacred oath to uphold jthe laws of the state and nation The pleadings of my little girls for their I dadtt. Wll not be answered, but their right try know what happened to him Is still theirs. SHI LI.S sHKKHF. "I started jny long search for the murderers of my husband on August 25. the day after he had been car ried away. Friends to whom I went for assistance advised me to eo to Bastrop. tho headquarter, of the parish government and see what Sheriff Carpenter and Judge Odum. j of the sixth Judl lal district would I do. but before I acted on this advnoi.. I asked a friend, a business man In M r Rouge to help me. called Sheriff 1 arpi nter on the telephone and was told ther was not a single Hue on which a search for Mr Richards and Mi Daniels could be conducted, sb.nrf Carpenter told this man he had searched thoroughly but could find no evldonce of crime. On Saturday, August 26, I went to Bastrop for a personal Interview with Sheriff Carpenter and Judge Odum Sheriff Carpenter was no' Interested in the conversation except to say u -. v woras now ana inep. Juage naum on the other hand, was kind and I willing. He tolfl me If I could furnish a single piece of evidence on w 'hlaO a search could be started he woulu' ! give every effort towards solution Of I the mysterj I was powerless. I knew nothing. LKFT WITH BABIES, Tortured by Krlef and with the cries of Loola, my little threc-year-1 old daughter in m ears. I wrote Gov j ernor Parker on Sunday and begged 1 him to do sonacthlng to help no I told the governor 1 was left entirely, j alone with two little girl.s on myj I hands and that I didn't know how : I could make a living. I walked the streets, I walked tho floors of the I house while my babies slept and I I prayed to God that something would, happen to start an investigation. Oh!j 1 how my" heart ached. 1 was sure ben be did nol return on the twenty : fifth that ho had been murdered People said "Don't worry he will pom back." but the) knew they lied. "hej knew what had happened to my 1 husband Then the grand Jury met on Sep-; 1 tember fi I hoped, but that hope I was dashed when the Jury did abso-l lutely nothing Then people tried to1 j make mo believe them when they ! said: "Well the boys will turn up at the l grand Jury hearing." I knew thej 1 would not. I knew they were dead. , "They did not want me to go to , the grand jury hearing. I thought I' strange, but I ltnew the reason then and now Tro y hod It all arranged I for the investigation to bp made ac cruing to their own plans nnd an bounce that nothing had boon discov ered; as far as they were COnoeFIied the disappearance of Tom Richards and Watt Daniels was a mysterj that never would bo solved. PRAISES GOVERNOR T can't find tho words to express' jthe praise due Governor I'nrker. Mad It not been for his nssLstanco 1 would' have worked alone. If there had not! j been Interference from some persons, l I could name, the Investigation would! I have been finished iQpg ago. Surely,' jit these men could se their families (Continued on Page Two) HERE'S OUR ANNUAL SPORT REVIEW; IT'S PINK THE OGDEN STANDARD 1 EXAMINER'S annual re view of sport, compiled by Al Warden, is published with to day's issue and will b? found in the pink section with additional review matter in the main news section. 4 ij THO SUSPECTS HAVE $10,000 IN $2 BILLS Man and Woman Held In Denver May Be Bandits DENVER, Dec. 30. James Martin, L'3. and Mary Yard. 2 4. are In city 1 Jail tonight, held for n estigatlon. ac cording to Chief of Police W illiams, 1 the arrest of the pair Is expected to ! lead to the capture of several noto- J I rlous bandits believed to have been j . involved In the robbery In the Kansus City stockyards, when $96,000 was : secured, and also ln the sensational 1 $200,000 theft from a federal reserve . bank truck ln front of the Denver mint. Martin and the Yard woman were j arrested as they were boarding a San- 1 , ta Fe train bound for San Francisco I 1 In an expensive fur coat found In th.'! bottom of their trunk was discover :d nearly 110,000 in $2 bills. Police be-I I lieve this money to be part of the loot j taken In the Kansas City robbery. Nearly all the bills, they said, were, Kansas City federal reserve notes. Martin admitted, according to Chief ) Williams, that he was an ex-convlrt and had sered time In tne Illinois state reformatory for a ' Btlck up." His only explanation of the lar-e amount- of money found In the trunk was that he "found It ln Chicago." Miss Yard protested ebemeniiy against the 'outrageous conduct ui the police" In placing her under ar rest but r.-fused tO discuss her identi ty. Hot'i were Immaculately attired! According to Chief Williams, th--two have been under suneiliance for Several days. He said they have be'.:! staging Kay parties at which many of Denver's exclusive younger set hav-j been guests When police were sen', to their rooms, in the heart of th" Capitol Hill district, early today to place them under arrest, Martin and Miss anl were not to bo round out they were taken Into custody early this evening at the union station as thoy were stepping on an out bound train. MOTHER AND FOUR BABES ASPHYXIATED SYRACUSE. N. Y., Dec 30. Mrs Catherine R Mmone and her foul young children were asphyxiated bj gas escaping from a kitchen range and a water heater at their homo early today. Mrs. simono eyideutl) 1 .is preparing breakfast for her hus band, a night worker, when all were overcome. He discovered the bodies upon his return home. He was to overwhelmed by the tragedy that he was remdved to a hospital U. S. AMBASSADOR TO JAPAN WILL RESIGN j TOKIO, Dec. 30. (Uy the Assocl-' aled Press.) Charles li. Warr-n, 1 niied states ambassador to Japan, will sail for America on the Presi dent Cleveland January 26, and after necessary conferences with Presldeui Harding and Secretary Hughes, will present his resignation, he announced today. k I j I NATION DURING WAR ALLEGED Assistant Secretary Under I Baker Declared Conspirator H E DENIES GUILT Celebrated Contractors Ac cused In Grand Jury's Indictments WASHINGTON. Dec. 30 Bene- ill diet Crowell. former assistant seen - ! tary of war. and six other war-tlmo !JJ officials of the war department. Wera I Charged today in an indictment i iturned by a special federal grand Jury here, with conspiracy to defraud 1 the government and with delaylnc 1 and defeating the administration o? law : The seven defendant wer said by the Jury to have participated uni.m I fully In the award of contracts let by ,; Uhe government during tho war and I 1 aftr the armistice, Involving expendi ;ture.s totalling hundreUv of mill ion - (or dollars, and ln which some of their number had a pecuniary Interest ALLEGED ONSPIRATORS Those named as conspirators with Mr. Crow ell were William A. Starrett of New York, 'engineer and architect, said to hav g been a member of the firms of Starrett and Van Vleck, and Thomi.- j son-Starrett company Inc. and latei ; associated with the George A. Puller j company. general contractors. Hn (was chairman of the war depart ments committee on pmi-rR' ni v con 6trucfion. connected with the Council of National Defense. Morton C. Tuttle. of Boston. IfaSJe.. I said to be general manager of the lAberthaw Construction company an 1 Itormerly a member of tho emergency 'construction committee. Clemens w Lundoff, of Cleveland.. I Ohio, said to be vice president and general manager of the Crowell-Lun-doff-Little company and general manager of the Cleveland Construc tion company, lln also was a mem ber of tho emergency construct loni committee. A .N ID UAIED, Clair Poster, reported to live in Canada, and formerly associated with , the Thompson-Sfarrett and tho George A Puller companies and aled with the emergency construction com mittee. John H. McGlbbons of Baltimore and Chicago, said to have represent ed a bonding company Issuing bond- for contractors and associated durint the war with tho construction com mittee. James A Mears of Boston and Springfield Mass.. former general 1 manager of Fred T. Ley and company. Inc., general contractors to whom the first contract for construction of n national army cantonment was awaraea. no was secretary to ih construction committee In" Hie war department during the war. I) l GUERT1 s OPENER. The Indictment was the first of its kind to bo returned as a result of In vestigations of war Iraud ases lnltiat jed by Attorney General Daughi rty Others arc expected to follow com- L 'pletlon of the presentation of evidence l. department of Justlco agent. 1 Which is said to be rapidly approacn 1 ing the stage required for jury consid eration. 1 After Identifying the defendants, the Indictment recited at length tin emergency situation brought about by (Continued on Pago Two) j I THE Y MAKE INTERESTING READING AND KEEP YOU FULLY INFORMED ON MANY COMMODITY I PRICES. I . WANT ADS GO "In Every Ogden Home" Let them work for you. THE COST IS LITTLE. THE RESULTS LARGE A 11