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   Winslow Daily Mail (Newspaper) - February 9, 1928, Winslow, Arizona                                A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE MOANING EDITION VOLUME 36 NAVAJO FEBRUARY 9, 1928 | The Weather | Fair tonight and little change in NUMBER 39 Phipps Submits River BELIEVES PLAN Senator Phipps Proposes Control Of From The Dam At Boulder REVERSES STAND Untied Press Feb. 8-At a conference of United States senators the Colorado river states called by Senator A man of the senate irrigation and reclamation today submitted a compromise plan for Colorado river development which he says should iron out the controversial points over which the basin state representatives are at present The plan included wide departures from previously views on Colorado river In calling the conference He said that If representatives of the other basin states would similar without any of the basic inter- - ests of their Colorado river legislation could be passed at this N The conference was attended by senators from five of the seven basin including Waterman of Kendrick of Cutting Bratton New Mexico; and Pittman of and of Utah and Arizona were not but is was announced that this Was due to commitments of their senators and not to antagonism to the Senator Johnson of California did not The reason advanced was that he had not sufficient opportunity to consider the Phipps v The most striking shifts in position in order to effect a compromise on river legislation are his proposal to base river development on a instead of a water division pact and his proposed authorization of government operation of a power plant at Boulder dam if private interests do not offer enough for the power resources to assure a solvent project that will repay the government advance of Heretofore Phipps has insisted on a pact prior to any development and that the government be barred from entering the power business at Boulder Sinclair Jury Trial Last 14 More Days Press Feb. of Burns detectives by F Sinclair to shadow the oil erase jury was declared by Frederick L. Siddons today to ha illegal and he overruled the defenses motion to dismiss contempt of court charges against Sinclair and six As a result of Siddon's the now in its ninth will be prolonged a week or two more while the defendants are given an opportunity to present their Holding that shadowing of the by Burns detectives tended the administration of Siddons said his was on points of Lawyers for Sinclair have contended that so long as the jury was not directly influenced there was nothing unlawful in keeping the jurors under The question such shadowing constitutes contempt of court has yet to be ruled on by Justice and will come at the end of the These Aerial Hunters the Fur romise another FATE OF FDX coyotes the air is no tame nor is u Clyde S. and Charles fe killed 77 within six weeks and here are the pelts to prove it. Figuring the bounty ou each and about lor they have just about paid for the with thie sliot SENATE SUSPENDS TEAPOT DOME INVESTIGATION TO United 1-ress Transcontinental Feb. 8-Finding itself blocked by the refusal of Robert W. Stewart of the Standard Oil of Indiana to answer the senate Teapot Dome committee has for the present suspended its investigation of the mysterious Continental Trading company of which were traced from Harry F. Sinclair to Albert B. The investigation will be resumed when government locate Wayne son of James E. O'Neil who collected in profits of the of of oil to the Prairie Oil and Gas of which he was then After the became known thru the Teapot Dome prosecution O'Neil fled to Europe bonds over to his company thru his son who had custody of the Senator the chief figure in the senate made public correspondence in which John D. an influential figure in of the Standard Oil of said he was sorry that Stewart had refused to answer Rockefeller previously had insisted that Stewart make a clean breast of the affair to the Stewart was in Havana when the senate committee sought him and Rockefeller directed him to Stewart had told liis story to Rockefeller when suspicion was first cast on the Continental Rockefeller expressed his confidence in Stewart but told him situation has now reached the stage however that nothing short of the fullest and most complete statement of all of the facts relating to the Continental company can clear the skirts of those who like yourself had no improper connections with the transaction in and remove the cloud of suspicion which hangs over the entire oil however praiseworthy to protect those who may have been guilty of wrongdoing justifies withholding of any slightest fact that will help clear up the Stewart refused to heed the advice cf Rockefeller and refused to answer the senate committee's questions as to what he and Sinclair had said about the Continental bonds and whether he knew who got any of He Avas cited for to Rockefeller calling his attention to well your admonition to Mr. was observed by that Stewart's testimony covered all of the information he had given mc and confirmed his statement to me personally profit tions in that he did not by the have riot felt that Col. Stewart failed in his duty to his stockholders but I am sorry that he not answer all your questions for the situation calls for the fullest disclosure of the Request Wilbur To Explain The Nicaragua United Press Feb. 8-Secretary of Navy Wilbur has been asked by the senate foreign relations committee to attend a committee meeting Friday to furnish department data on U. S. marine occupation of The which today approved Senator Borah's resolution asking the navy for all available information on marines in Avill also ask appearance of Major General John A. marine corps LeJune is on the Pacific and recently returned from an inspection of marine forces stationed in Marine made known that no forces are available to augment the present 3,000 men now concentrated in and that the present force is considered sufficient to cope with any emergency which may arise out of conflicts Avith the rebel General of the entire marine force 12,000 now aboard ships or in foreign it Avas and further to deplete the available marine force I make it necessary to close some of the Has Husband Arrested For Alleged Forgery E Final Arguments And The Charge Expected Late This Jury Will Retire PARKER INTO Til Noted Ace To Make Long Flight From Cuba To St. Louis Without Stopping TO TOUR NATION Press Transcontinental Feb. 8 - Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh announced tonight that he expects to make ' a flight Monday from HaArana to So. approximately 1,200 He will complete his scheduled four days of dinners and receptions in the Cuban capital before taking wings for United States and After reaching St. Lindbergh he Avill fly a round trip over his old mail St. Louis to the mails as he did before he gained international fame by making the journey from New York to No other plans have been for him after the round-trip airmail he In his arrival here Lindbergh opened the first air mail route between Haiti and by carrying one sack of mail from San Domingo and tAVo from Port flight I lead to the development of air mail service between Latin American which is badly Lindbergh air ambassador added that he had received invitations which he like to accept to stop off on his Avay to St. He will not consider any of them because of his desire to make the homeward flight a United Press LOS Feb. com plaint of his Lela Marshall j 23, and her Marie 29, both of Colorado Robert commercial Avas arrested here tonight on a forgery The young bride claimed that after marrying her January 29, in Colorado left a string of bad checks Avith her and relatives along the entire route of their honeymoon ended in Los i Feb. S - Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh rode his Spirit of St. Louis out of the east today and into the hearts of all He he and he Cuba just as he has Avon the | affections of 14 other south of the Rio Fully 50.000 persons braved a i sweltering sun to greet him at the I Columbia flying five miles I from the he arrived on I his nine hour hop from Port Au | Additional thousands cheered him as he rode in American Ambassador Noble H. automobile to an official welcome at President Machado's Lindbergh dropped from a cloud flecked sky onto the carefully pre- United Press Feb. 8- United marines Avere sent in automobiles today to the pa General rebel troops have land owned by a British and possibly other foreign properties by Americans and It wis reported that William American vice-consul at has asked for protection of lives and property of all foreigners in the Reports today from Matagalpa confirmed the fact that forces had occupied the coffee hacienda of Charles wealthy coffee and possibly other foreign Harold British charge d'affaires in has informed United States Minister that he expects full protection of British lives and as promised him since the beginning of trouble in It is reported that Sandino himself is operating in the Matagalpa region with 500 Avell mounted splitting his forces into small groups of between 60 to 100 1 These groups have formed raiding parties have terrorized the the reports Laborers from many of the coffee properties in the district have The total value of the Matagalpa coffae crop this year estimated more than When news of occupation reached the Nicaragua n government many automobiles and turned them over to marine American troops then piled into fully and started for Matagalpa Mrs. Lilliendahl To Get New United Transcontinental I Feb. S- A new trial for Mrs. Margaret T. Lilliendahl and Willis H. Beach Avas predicted today by Charles M. Mrs. new has United Press Transcontinental LOS Feb. 8-The case of William Edward Hickman tonight was only a few hours from the jury which Avill send him to death on a or to in a state criminal Final arguments by District torney Asa Keyes and Defense Attorney Richard Cantillon and the instructions of the all that remained of bis trial for the kidnapping and of 12-year-| old and eight men of the jury retire decide Hickman knew the difference between right and wrong when he snuffed the life and butchered his little All ' evidence Avas and deputy Forrest Murray and Jerome completed their pleas to the GUARD AGAINST FIRE BUG FIEND Page 1 on Page Rich Indian Says Our Civilization Is Full J Gloom l By United Press Transcontinental OKLAHOMA Feb. 8-Chief patriarch of the Osage Indian of American Indian civilization is full of Speaking through an interpreter and arguing for clemency in the case of an Osage girl under sentence to prison for driving a motor par while Chief Lookout am sorry come before you in the weakness of our younger You white men make our You make intoxicating In my time we never any You people to be Arery smart and make laws but they help only a This girl of our tribe got into bad But they Avere not her This girl is young but the weakness comes to is full of They tell all the time to enforce Pretty soon they put more people in This girl committed no crime against our The girl is Katherine Cole Morrison Smith parole from a liquor sentence was revoked last week by Governor Henry S. Senate May Probe Public Utilities ( Ry United lYess Transcontinental Feb. that the senate would pass the Walsh resolution authorizing an investigation into public he Application j were strengthened today when for the new trial Avill be made Beach and Mrs. Lilliendahl are serving ten year terms in the state prison at They were convicted of manslaughter in connection with the death at Dr. in United Press Transcontinental details of policemen patrolled the streets Of South Boston tonight to against a pyromaniac who already has set his torch to five churches and a school Police and fire officials expressed the belief that today's parochial school endangered the lives of 850 Avas the work of an maniac Avas responsible for the recent church Only the heroic work of who remained in the building until every pupil had marched to the prevented loss of Hfe in the burning school of Peter and police keenly alert after the recent were quick to arrive at the scene and the flames Avere extinguished after about damage had been done to the upper Other which have aroused authorities to drastic action which have caused widespread fear throughout the Avere St. Augustine's St. Eulalia's the South Philips Congregation church and the Gate of The most serious blaze was at the South Baptist church which suffered J. W. trainman of Winslow was almost instantly killed and Ersel pilot was seriously injured when the piloted by Garrison went into a at the east edge of the Winslow and was practically demolished when it struck the earth ' * Cause of the accident was attributed to the fact that a passenger evidently became panic-stricken arid seized the control stick throwing the ship into a loop Garrison could not due to the low The accident occurred at 5:15 and was witnessed by a large number of people near the field and about the who saw the ship suddenly go into a quick loop and then side slip a to the pilot made a heroic attempt to right the but being wrest the control of his passenger he although for a just fore the plane struck the it if his attempts be r plane the over of at ihe of avenues outskirts Hymer had apparently He was rushed office of Dr. L. examination life was J Garrison was taken to ths of Dr. W. J. where examination proved that had suffered a broken right foot numerous cuts and body was nof mortally He was later removed to the homs of friends and his resides at Arizona was is expected to arrive here W. O. co-pilot and ( flew with him to Winslow yesterday for a meeting of the Winslow flying which was scheduled to be held here last witnessed the and said last night the only way could account for the mishap was that Hymer must hava seized control leArer in the front it impossible for Garrison to right the knocked into by the impact and up until late last night Avas unable to talk about the The a new Swallow biplane is practically a and was removed from the scene of the accident to the Berkovitz Trading Company lot where it will Strangles Girl Then Throws The Body Into River on Page Actor Impersonates Faces the senate audit and control committee authorized a appropriation to finance the proposed The introduced by Montana j is expected to come up for action this Transcontinental NEW Feb. announced tonight that William aged 40, a of Miss Viola 23-year-old Stone Creek had confessed that he strangled her to death last night and threw her body into the The girl had been missing 24 Horren had been questioned by officers most of He had told them that while he and Miss May were riding last night they were attacked by unidentified men who kidnapped the officers he finally confessed that his first story was a fabrication and that he had killed Miss Led by Miss Mays aged John a group of volunteers tonight went to the spot where Herron said he tossed the body and started dragging the river to recover it. As broken down by hours of finally made his his wife sat j holding her six months eld j in her J Feb. the Earl of who is responsible for the all theatrical Great announced that a revue in the midlands was found to be Prince of is against the The earl said a comedian of grotesque dress and deportment is impersonating the heir to the British throne in a scents in which the character is inspecting the crew of a liner The character makes vulgar arid ridiculous the Lord Chamberlain Since of ' members of royalty is not permitted in Great it is the producers may be TO START FLIGHT NEW Feb 8 conditions are favorable Avill take oil on its flight south Friday Pilot Wilmer Stultz announced t The plane will carry Charles A. Levine and Stultz as and Miss Mable Boll as Its destination is 28 35  

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