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   Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - December 20, 1928, Ogden, Utah                                WEATHER I7TAH Fail- to- rtiglit nnd Fri- day; little change in temperature.. JDAHO Fair, colder. Frost-" ATHOUGHT For the tumms away of the simple shall slay them, and the prosperity, ot fools shall destroy As-riches-and honor forsake a, discover him to be fool, but nobody could find it out in his Bruyere.. Fifty-ninth 155 OGDEN CITY, UTAH, EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1928. LAST EDITION -f_ HOPE RAISED FOR LOST PAIR WHEN AIRMEN LOCATE SCOW No Trace of Idaho Couple Found Yet In Grand Canyon BOAT IS IDENTIFIED It May Have Got Away From Hydes In Navi- gating Rapids GRAND CAXYOX, Ariz., Dec. by army airplane searchers of a home-made scow stranded on the banks of the turbulent Colorado river dissolved some of the mystery today regard- ing the disappearance of Mr. am'. Mrs. Glenn Hyde, who had at- tempted to navigate the dangerous stream for the sake of a thrill. The scow, tentatively identified as that which Mr. and Mrs. Hyde of Hansen, Idaho, were using in their adventure, was located yes- terday by Lieutenants W. G. Plum- mer and John Quincy Adams, March field, California, 13 miles below Diamond Creek, Ariz. ANSWERS DESCRIPTION 3n a. later flight over iho stranded scow, one of the planes carried Emery C. Kolb, experienced Colorado river explorer, and upon their return last night both the" aviators and Kolb asserted that the scow answered the description of the craft used by Mr. and Mrs. Hyde. It appeared intact and con- tained supplies similar to .those known to have been carried by the 'The fliers expressed the opinion that it had gotten out -its 'strand- ed after floating downstream. Plummer and Adams piloted their planes for 247 miles along- the treacherous river, and they were only 50 feet above tha water when they sighted the craft. They re- ported freezing temperatures in the canyon depth's, which foretold hardship for the stranded couple. SEARCH CONTINUES Today the search conducted by the planes and by a river party, consisting of P. M. Papraw of the Grand Canyon national park staff; Robert Francy and Jack Hardin, was being consolidated. The army planes were making contact with the searching party in the canyon directing them to proceed toward Diamond Creek in an effort to locate footprints. The thrill seeking couple were two weeks overdue at Needles, Calif., their next planned stop, when the scow was located. Hyde's father, H. C. Hyde, here to direct the search, has offered for discovery of the pair. The Fundamentalists! GEOROE BETTER AND SUBJECTS FFFi HAPPIFR FtLL FanrnLls British Medical Journal Shows His Progress Will Be Slow. Good Fellows Contributions Carried forward Friend I... I-I. Starr J. Ki'amer Charles jEmpey H. N. Huish Ettie Myers Mrs. E. G. Reed U. S. Forest Service em- ployes X. M. Gudmundson Tioss and Jack lunch room. ?39 l.GO -r'-00 1.00 -'.00 2.00 10.00 2.00 3.00 40.00 5.00 10.00 Total to PREACHER IS NOW REAL 'SKY PILOT' WASHINGTON, Doc. nor. Theophilus Leo, Jr., a Methodist preacher, became a full- fledged air mail pilot today when Postmaster General New approv- ed application to fly with the mail between Los Angeles and Seattle. The Rev. Mr. Leo already had the righli to call himself a flying parson, having a transport license .from the department of commerce und a' flying record of more than GOO hours in the air. He recently has been pastor of "NVesley church in San Francisco and has tausht in Hawaii. LONDON, Dec. George seemed today to be getting better and all of Britain was the happier for it. His doctors had not yet said that. he. was on the road to recovery and therefore anxiety still continued, but in a les- ser degree. An authoritative 'survey of the various 'stages of the illness, which has already endured a -full month, was'made public today by the Lan- cet and the British Medical Jour- nal, medical publications. It con- cluded: PROGRESS DIFFICULT "It will bo apparent to medical men that not only the severity and length of the infection but.the ex- haustion resulting therefrom must make progress1 slow, and difficult. "At the same time, the danger- ous phases of the illness-have been surmounted and there are increas- ingly solid grounds for hoping that recovery will result from this long, anxious struggle." The eVaning medical bulletin said: "The king has passed a quiet day. Both the general and local conditions are continuing to make slow progress." VXIT.ED FOR CHRISTMAS It was certain today that all of the king's sons would be at Buck- ingham palace for Christmas.- Prince George, who was 2G yeans old today, was expected to reach the palace in time for tea. "He was coming to Enslanu .from New York aboard the liner Berengaria. The Duke of Gloucester is due to reach England on Sunday. The Portuguese government offered to provide .a special train, but the duke declined with'thanks since he felt that little if any time .would be saved. SUES FATHER-IN-LAW FOR LOSING HUBBY BEAVER. Pa.. Dec. Mrs. Alice Moore, .30. formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, today filed suit against her fat'her-in-law, Walton N. Moore, who she claims is a-wealthy resident San Fran- cisco, charging that Moore enticed her husband, "Walton N. Moore, Jr.. from her. She asks a month mainte- nance and from an estate held in trust for-her'husband .by- Ills father. LLOYD GEORGE ILL WITH CHILLS, FEVER LONDON'. Dec. David Lloyd George, war-time prime minister of Great Britain. was confined to'his bed with chills and fever. His physicians "forbade his. at- tendance at the adjournment. oC the debate in the house of commons' this afternoon. Downfall a Utah Convict Escaped Prisoner .Wanted For Murder, Robbery, Bond Jumping, MEMPHIS, Dec. ;20. "Underwood, 3S, alias.Frank -'D'evois, con- fessed big time racketeer and-1 escaped convict, ..was held here today for St. Paul, authorities where he is wan ted.'on charges of; participating' mail train robbery on July'7, 192S. here 'arrested Under- wood yesterday when they..be- came suspicious of his "free in Memphis'.'night life district; where he.had.left a trail of ?100 bills: He con- fessed to1 escaping from Utah state prison .and 'also jumping. bond on charges'of killing two women in Chicago.' Police' said-.-.-Underwpod ad-' mitted that 'he'' escaped from' .the. Utah.state prison in. 1927 while'serving a .life -sentence for holding up a bank- at Springvitle, which-. taken. also-admitted .jumping a. .OO'O -bond in .'Chicago charges .of wom- death in an-underworld. cafe. Police blg- prcst and probably-, his .last job vas-the .-robbery of D.. I-I. salesman of Minneapolis, .worth of jewels last October. FOOD PRICES RISE OVER LAST MONTH WASHINGTON; Dec.- increased about one- third'of one- per cent f.fro.in.' Octo- ber1 15 .to and..they have, climbed about, one-half 'of one per cent since "November" 15, last year. Figures made public to'day'by. the bureau of labor statistics show .that eggs contributed.-their- bit tortile rise, strictly..'fresh ones being, nine per'cent high. Onions.were seven.per cent.more costly, and evaporated milk; butter, tomatoes .anil, prunes, d.u'g'_deeper into .the cprtsumer's- pocket. ;But oranges, decreased ceat.'in price, cent, and that-, -cost ..less.''were'.''sirloin lard.'a'nd flour.' CONTINENTAL GRQUP ADDS TO HOLDINGS Careless Student Blamed For School Mines 5. SALT'.'LAKE, Dec'. Fire swept the.schppl pf; mines' lab- oratory; building, on the University of Utah, campus last midnight, causing 'between. 00 damage before the city's- .entire fire aided -500'. -students, 'were1 able .under'' con- Bitter cold hampered'.- the. .work of 'th'e firemen.' who '..shot- 'of water- ori the; val- iant-battle a quantity, "of stored .the .building. .-.They.-' suc- ceeded, in. this, 'and also .-saved-yal- uable records -in, the executive of- fices of .'the. -university, located .'in the .-same building, but., until flames' had-- .-completely, 'de- stroyed '.the-, laboratory.- Dr. George .JL. Thomas, president of tho-uhiversity.-ascribed-the .'fires to a'.-careless 'student who :had -left a. gas jet burning, in-the- laboratory. He. said the -loss was by- In- surance- and. -that' classes, would1, not be -interrupted, .work will be. transferred' immediately to' new. .'mines .building, completed. IS QUESTIONED ON RAIL TVASHINGTQN.- -Deer Clyde.. B... Aitchisqn.-> of three interstate commerce com- missioners, ;whose i-n-omlnations.-ai-e pending, -.was .questioned' t.h'e senate1. -'interstate '..cominerce'. .com-- m.ittee '.today, delay railroad afld. .telephone valuation1 'cases.1' Senator vDc.mo'crat, demanded ex-; plain 'reports delay; in collecting- under, the- law from! carriers -fo.u'hd earned excess, incomes.: GARNER WRONG, MELLONJV IN ANSWERING HOUSBTTAGK Texan Backs Responsibili- ty, Secretary of Treas-.. ury Declares "NO MISTAKE MADE" Representative Accused Cabinet Man of Misrep- resenting Conditions .WASHINGTON. Dec. Charge made by Representa- tive Garner, Texas, -in the that Secretary Mellon had misrepresented the .condition of- the treasury- to congress drew from the secretary a retort today that Garner .had employed "wrong figures .which do not fit the facts." "The treasury makes- a state- ment, and has the responsibility for Mr. Mellon said. "Mr.; Garner makes a statement and has no re- sponsibility." Undersecretary Mills joined the discussion by declaring that there ,yro.uld; be 'no .deficit in; government in 1929 "unless congress spends more money." GARNER'S CHARGES in ,the course of a. gen- eral attack on -Mellon and the yesterday, has .declared the secretary had sent to conflicting estimates as- to surpluses and deficits. Secretary Mellon said he could not- enter -into a debate with' -Mr.. Garner. but Jie observed., that -budget, estimates submitted to. congress -wore-'-, pre-' pared1 by., the bureau..-and not-by tlio. itreasury'..'. .Garjver rwp.uld reei; with' the Mellon; j-'eit; Grated" iiis -.GaT-: did. -not- fit facts'-in the-.-tax.'refund-.-; cases.-.-TV "Far'as the .are cor- rect and we haven't made any mis- takes." Mr.. Mellon 'said that .tax' 're- funds .-needed for.'each .fiscal year were, estimated .by., internal" revenue bureau-: and while: they could not estimate exactly the amount 'that would, be allowed .'by court decisions and agreements settling claims.-that, they were: "re- markably close." MILLS MAXES STATEMENT Budget Undersecretary Mills: director of'the budget so. it is.' impos- sible.., to 'estimate, .accurately" the amount .needed." Tlie amount. first ask'eil for in the 1029 tax refunds was'' apprb'ximately and -the er estimated that 000 would be n'eeded..'. the final de- ficiency -estimate was; submitted was increased- by; to a total of for the year. Mills ,-explaSn.eu" that due to .laws passed by' congress last, year interest on tax -refunds ran. from'the'.tim'c-the :taxes were paid to within' SO'days.'of .the date of. final repayment. It .was to avoid 'paying .this- interest any longer.'.than he said." taht. treasury'aslied'" for the BRAVE PILOT LANDS DAMAGED AIRPLANE Senators King and Norris Stage Two-Man Filibuster Against New Cruiser Bill Their: Opposition Results in- Senate Agreement Whereby Both Naval Increase .and Anti-War Pact Gro Over Until 'After-Holidays for Action; Utahn .-Regrets.-Nation Cannot Make Magnificent G esture to World Before Christmas. WASHINGTON, Dec. a filibuster, warring VV factions agreed this afternoon to-delay consideration of both :the Kellogg anti-war treaty, and the naval cruiser build- ing 'bill until after the Christmas recess. The agreement was. made only, as a last resort to pre- vent the filibuster from continuing until Saturday adjourn- ment time and thus tying up all business? of the. senate. It was proposed by Chairman Borah .-.of .the'-senate foreign rela- tions committee, who. plcdg-ed he would make a motion-as soon as the senate met January 3 to pro- ceed'with, the consideration' of the treaty in open executive session. He 'indicated .'he.'hoped .'by ..this TIME AT HAND Congress Hears Arguments For 1 3 Mo'ntW of 28 Days Each Dec. Another.chapter-tin' the., bulky b'ook; of airplane daring 'was' written in the -skies over th'e municipal, 'air- port yesterday .by Pilbt_ Cl 'Melton of the Air.'Transport. One side of Melton's landing gear sriapped'.as he .took' pjlots opk the- air" and by gestures.poiht- jd -out' his.', plight. Four' half, '.an ng' to decide whether to use his: parachute and abandon plane attempt-.. a landing, which- a' 5mashup, It he ppint- ;d.the nose ield.' The plane. Dipped'; mashed: 'a' tilted'- ip'Vqn :its, "Melton. crawled mi of.'the ..wjr'eck'age slight lilt oh .his'cheelc. LOS 'ANGELES, -Dec. Keoughan, .Oil. headctu'artcr's: at .Denver, nounced- to." The- today: that .the '.the entire properties' ofvthe'-Union' Oil company i-of- iipcky mountaitC B JBKPERSDN- if J of cpurti''3aid-'fn-.a'd-Ss'en.tine'ppiiiion court's 'reytesal1. of -the oh'ra; V that'; charfeed-Vwas'that ;wasvtli'a'tof- should Dec. (AP) Revision of the. calendar to pro- vide'13 months of .'28 days- each was favored, by George 'Eastman, chair- man of the national committee -on calendar1, at the opening hearings today on- the Porter .resolution. -before .'the, house forelgn-.'.affairs.-coirimittee.. >to ..call- iiiterna-r tlo'nal.-icqhferenc'e- on calendar :sini- p.lifJca'tion -ri-nri-ng -i 9.9. a.', view. lib "putting the -month calendar in. ithe 'wprld- was fast- realizing '.that. '.pr.es- impractical and that.' it- was-, "only: .-.a question- ..of1: time until! -all; nations .-meet in confer- ence -to -.agree. upon, a change." PLANE TO REPEAT REFUELING IN AIR SHREVJEP.O-RT, .-De.C., motion to get. the treaty passed before the 'naval bill. Undsr the .agreement. both mea- sures -will be made the unfinished business of the senate January 3 and the. senate then will have to vote on .which-one-it desires to take up'first. 'KING.'AND NOERIS Prior to adoption of..the agree- ment, the senate was .tied up in a filibuster, led by. Senators King and Norris, who-sought to prevent Chairman of-.the -naval com- mittee-.from, moving- to-. take..up hia bill before 2 p. m. Before'that hour the motion-was not .debatable. Hale succeeded, however, making..Ms- motion -just-.ahead, of 2 whereupon .King. ris teamed in ad opting dilatory, tac- the adjp-urii'-was Dawes then Bordered, .a-.v.ote'. oh Hale-' motioniv but" 'Borah" ob- tained .an'd offered .-the unanijnrfuff consent-'. :.asreemcmt .bo.Ui parties -in room- :con- NJOTBDCXG LEFT TO DO There Was nothing'f or either side to do but. consent the agree-- to take the responsibility for filibustering until' Saturday. Senator- lia' Follette pointed out the.agree- ment" that, it merely.'postponed-the "evil day.of reckoning .between.the EXPENDITURE s OF REQUESTED OF GONGRESS Colton Asks For Sanitarium And Hospital Structure In Ogden BACKED BY. LEGION oil from .one two bills." was merely, a truce, plane to another while both w.ere 'flying' .over Alabama Wednesday; the: tri-motpred. Fokker army ''plane Mark" 'and', its (2-2, plan- ned to' of''.sas- .pline above Dallas', .The C-2 hopped of .'from.. 'Shi-eveport. at 7 a. .in. for Love .where .it .will take aboard'-iSO gallons -of gasoline. .The "Question. hopped, oft "at :Sr30.'.a. 'in.- They! will meet; above -Dallas. not a peace... "I shall consider, it-my duty'to move-January 3 .to proceed- with' the consideration -'of Borah-said: "If-a-.majority of favors rtho treaty will .-.be.-, considered- arid the navy bill King assented .to- the agreement-after-deploring that-the senate was unable to "make a mag- nificent' gesture in the' -spirit, of TO TAKE OVER RAIL EXPRESS BODY OF SON IN GRAFT PLAN March I Is, For This Is Charge Made By Change Set Forth In Man .Who Contract His; Savings .'WASHINGTON, Dec. pi-3.'contract s'ub- mitte'd'today to the interstate 'com- merce commission for; .approval, railroads -would 'assunip' of ".all-..ex-. 'press'.service ;in thjj 'United. 'States.; was- drafted by-th'e Association) of Railway -Es- supervision .of a special.'com'mittee of .'railroad.pres- .'B..- Storey of. Atterb'ury'of the" Crowley. of. the" New ...York': and'-Carl- R.'-Gray-.of Pacific'.'.1'-It; petition., to..the; com-. said; the samCv express that, -the railroaas 'would pool, Rail ..Express- Agency; 'Inc., td.-ta'ke.over, all prop- erty .'-American press --company..and, such'Otlier'ex- press ;facilities' d'e'eined .-'ad- visable. ,'._. The .express; agency. its. earnings: with-.all carriers -injproV portionVto-: "business- It .be: owned Vufr-jall tnitt'ed'.'-.ip' ings with 'tlieir.; trafr: ficyolumel'- scien- tific institutions or '.'anipiin'te -fang--; ing' .-frpih' OyO.O.C.Vt6'.- 'eral '2 Broadway i'has Been.. infoEna'edjthat -Int'eii'ds. -giylng; plays "in' wliicli'...she :'has" C. been tioned-: as th' e ;pj.oi'cct -Ms rca'dy'16' c LOS .'ANGELES, 'Dec. (AE.) A-.arab. recital ;of the "selling" letters, which Mrs. Alice Sawyer is alleged. to have written.. to, an aged; Mississippi. in. an .'effort- to' ex- ploit. the body her son, .'was _ in' -federal -..court.' The. Beach, -had1 been -acc.used! John t. Stuts -of MeridandOVIiss., of inveigling him to invest Iiis.: life's savings in; a ..project to seJl'lth'e body, to Sci- entists. INVESTS- fflS On Sa-w- yer Stuts'- testified' to. the -which claims "sold" ;iiim': of plac- ing-' all- Kis; money behind'.'the'.plan.. It 'Mrs: Sawy BE'S' second. :i3ay; '.in court o'nV Tes'terday. she' failedfln postponement1; of -Examining 'The- disclosed; -a> plan. ..to capitalize the vpeculiar cpndltion-'of ,th'e .2 1-year-old-iybuth's have petr'i- following'. burial 'years ago. .discovery.-; of .-.the tion ;came .body-vwas-'re- mov'ed'- to another.' plot -.ceme- tery-, after the coffin -'collapsed .'the: ined' Herman Baker Post Argues There Is Need Here For Institution WASHINGTON, Dec. of for a veterans' hospital and sanatorium at Ogden, Utah, is proposed in a bill introduced today by Represen- tative Colton. The Institution would be placed under the jurisdic- tion of the veterans' bureau and would be available to all ex-service men. Gra Bundy, commander of Her- man Baker post, said the Ogden post had' been striving to obtain a. veterans' hospital and sanitorium for Ogden ever since the legion at its department convention wont on record as declaring a hospital is needed in Utah to take care of veterans. Those in Denver, Boise and other places in the west are being used to capacity. i The suggestion was made by the. legion men here, he said, that the hospital 'be built on government property at the Ogde'n arsenal and such suggestion was sent to Sen- ator H. King.. Senator' Kins replied: MESSAGE FROM KING consulted, war department. It .refuses'to surrender use'of. ar- senal ;at- Ogden' -for hospital pur- .poses. Undoubtedly greater use will bejmade. oiMt_in the future. introduce a', bill to establish. Meanwhile- -Representative Colton had Commander Bundy: "Have pledged .myself .to support veterans' hospital' In .Utah.. If Og- den am for Og- den." 'He also said, he would take up "arsenal suggestion. NOTICE OF BEDL Then came the later message froin.. Representative Colton to Mr. Bundy.: "Havelritroduced bill authorizing appropriation of for erec- tion of'a hospital for veterans of Hospital-.to be built in Ogden." Commander Bundy -says the Ic- gioh.' will appreciate support, .from influential organizations like the chamber of .commerce, .especially, in the matter of obtaining a 40-aeru site .for- such a-hospital. INCONGRESS (By The Associated Press.) THURSDAY. House holds .general debate on state, j.ustice, .commerce and labor appropriatipa bills. Consideration'vbf .place of c'rulsur bill and Kellogg, pact before senate. Foreign .affairs, '.'committee of house considers proposal to change- calendar. Other, house committees, in rou- tine, meetings.. Senate funds commit- tee meetsv to consider contest against Senator-elect Varc of Pcnn- sylva'ia. House passed agriculture depart- ment appropriation bill. Representative Garner, Democrat of Texas, attacked Secretary-'Mel- 'connection'with', tax re- funds.- Senate .passed -bill permitting states to bar sale of goods manufactured in'other states. Nomination.'of''Ho'y. as secretary, of 'interior .reported' fa- vorably by'senate public lands com- mittee: Senate agricultural' committee approved "bill authorizing 000, loan'-.fund ;fpr.. southeastern states -.hurricane' relief. :thertheory that "a.' "'the skin.. aii .exc.es-' Mrs.1' also -theb'dybut Lpst: -or Found" Christmas -can be recovered 'or returlied to; the' right party. -qjricSly througt a, Staiidafd Exarn- nerV "Lost arid ad, H you ;lose.; anything., "phone an.' Surely" in 'its'. readers.. .daily- the. party.rfinding.-.your.; i'lqstvarticie-, yoarc a.d._: In aSk. for three-time   

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