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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - December 21, 1928, Ogden, Utah WEATHER to- night and. Satur- day; little change- in temperature. IDAHO Fair ami cold tonight and Saturday. Frosty v .word ..of- a ting is. .-there is .power: arid ivho may say i'.-unto Wliat; dbcst Eccl. ........_ The-wild boar-is often held bj- a Fifty-ninth 156 LAST EDITION 10 WIT NESSES flPftRfWHEN HOOVER VOTE MS SMITH SIX MILLION, COUNT SHOWS Hoover Plurality Not So Large As Coolidge's 4 Years Ago 15 MILLION'FOR AL Largest In History of Nation Cast Last November (Copyright, 192S, .by the Associated "WASHINGTON, Dec. Hoover's plurality over Governor Smith in the November election was gathered by The Asso- ciated Press from the election Of- ficials of the 4S states show these totals: Hoover Smith. LARGEST IX H1SIOKT The total. vote cast, the largest in the, history of the United States. The votes not accounted for in the Hoover and Smith columns minor parties. Norman Thomas, the Socialist candidate, re- ceived the majority of these votes, his total being 267.SU3. Foster, 'Workers' party candidate, got 22S. and Reynolds, Socialist-Labor, rVarney, Prohibitionist can- didate, got almost as .'many as Reynolds, and Webb, Farm- 6391, Mr. Hoovers plurality did not reach the figures registered'' for President Coolidge 'in' 1924, al- though tho former secretary of commerce polled a much larger vote. In'that year Mr. Coolidge received giving him a lead of over "John W. UaviSv-Democratic nomlnee.'Ths" La Follettc-Wheeler independent ticket, however, had votes. SMITH'S PLURALITY I-Iopvcr carried forty states as against thirty-seven carr.ied by President Cooli-lgo four years ago. Pennsylvania'gave him his largest while .Governor Smith's largest plurality was in Louisiana where he had a lead of 113.-435. ,.TVhUe. overwhelmed both in'the popular vote and in the elec- toral college, Governor Smith's to- tal was more than six million high- er than the cast for Mr. Davis-in .1924.. Mr Hoover's vote was higher in every state than that -of Mr. Cool- idcc four years ago -with the ex- ception ot Rhode Island. This held true in President Coolidge's -horne state of Massachusetts which was carried by Governor Smith. The governor's-total was less than the Democratic figures of four years ago in New Mexico, Tennessee and not-withstanding- the large inc'rease in the number of ballots cast. ONCE SOUP Th'c Hoover column shows he re- ceived more than a million votes in five Illinois. Xow York, Ohio and-Pennsylvania. Governor Smith reached the mil- lion mark in Illinois, New .TorK and Pennsylvania. States of the once solid south recorded votes for .the two major party candidates, al- most a million less than cast in New York state for Mr. Hoover and Governor Smith. Hoover polled 1.40G.4SS of these and Smith. in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mis- sissippi, South Carolina', Texas. Virginia, and North Carolina. All of whom had supported the Demo- cratic presidential candidate since reconstruction days until the pres- ent election. Mr Hoover's southern vote was more than 'double that of Mr. Cool- idge four years 'ago and almost twice the combined figures for the president and Senator La Toilette that year. It vcame within 91.000 votes of equalling Mr. Davis' total in the same .territory- SHOWS BIG JUMP The vote of 3G.79S.6G9 showed a jump over the figures for 1924 7 when 2 persons cast bal- lots in the presidential -race. ,This increase -was especially reflected. in the exam- ple recording 24S.9S1 ballots as against. 1CC.593 four years ago. Other states various sections showed a similar The increase for the nation as a whole over 1924 was slightly more than-23 per cent. In the south the fisjurcs were approximately 33% per cent'' higher than they ivcrc four years ago. "UTAH RESULT The official vote for Utah in-the election follows: For Hoover, 94.- 61S; for Smith, S0.9S5; for-.Thomas, lor plurality, votes for: Hoover: STEAMER AGROUND NEAR IRISH COAST BELFAST, Ireland, Dec. American steamer- Westotant went ashore In Bangor bay, close to the -headquarters pf the Ulster Yacht club-early today. It was thought likely that the ves- sel; which, was bound, for .Belfast from Glasgow and New .Orleans, would become- a total wreck. Proves Worse Than Disease Dec.' (AP) Influenza has been a mat- ter of concern to Patrolman1 Charles Bay, anrt. lie .has per-' slstently sought-medical advice from his.brother officers. None of -.the. rpolicemen Is, strictly speaking, an on disease, yet garlic, they said, would knock the flu-germ hlgh- cr than Franklin's kite. Tho pataolmcnV-prcscrlptiou was given Officer. Day- just a Since then Day lias been, gormandizing on garlic. Each liight at roll call lie has stood apart.from the others, cx- haling' discreetly. v Iiast night, as he'ivas about to answer. ho oollapscd. They raghcd-liim.to a hospital, fearing tlie :flu. hoiveyer. diagnosed tho case as acute Indigestion, superinduced, by garlic. Has Restful Night And No Change, is Noted, Doctors Say LONDON. Dec. To- day's bulletin, from 'Buckingham palace on .'King Geovge, one :of .the briefest yet --brought ..the satisfactory- news pasjs- "ed a restful. night'-'-calculat'ed.- io hol'p 'iin -building- from the extreme exhaustion caus- ed by his prolonged and 'grave ill- ness. The-. taken light of yesterday's lensthy -and guard- edly. 'optimistic report. physicians, if indicate that there- was nothing. appreciable to add to what .ori' the' whole was' considered a favorable situation.. This morning's 'bulletin "The king has had restful night. There is- no appreciable change to -be noted." -The view taken -in palace circles, it- was coincided with- the public. impression; from the bulle- tin that his majesty: is continuing to- gain slowly. His .-it was indicated, are satisfied.. wit.h the course that events are taking. They are any further statement'- on the Icing's case until the usual hour for the night bulletin.. Firemen's .Watchful Eye Blocks Effort To :Loot .Mail.. Car LOUISVILLE, Dec. (AP) of the PennsyK vania. railroad, aided '.by county of- ficers -of Indiana, .today were inves- tigating a reported attempt ,to wreck and loot 'a 'fast Chicago- Louisville passenger train, suppoSr edly carrying. deliv- ery to banks, as. It sped south on 'the last 120-" mil.es of the route from Indianapolis to Louis- ville, early, Both the engineer: and.' fireman of -the 'train reported the- attempt- ed wreck-' immediately after the train Sehr.- engineer, said ..that as the train wasaiearing-Whiteland. Ind., about 4.0 minutes following departure from Indianapplls.-.'C.U. Crooks, the 'fireman', '.saw- right of way lights; a; short" down the track suddenly, shift from green to red. Sehr. .declared he quickly closed thrp.tT tie and applied i stopping the -'train- engine was passing- from ;the :inain-llne .-to a switch. 'he said, .au- toujpbile parked .oa- a 'nearby high- way suddenly-' started.' 'arid'-' disap- peared down thV road, graveling .at a high-spee'd. Sufbse.quent-yinvesti- satibn of the .sw.Itc.h- revealed'- the lock had WOMAN IS BY GUN IN EMAILS proverbial unloaded. un. .-to .-.'a post'ollice clerk for mailing. he held it in 'his hand, passing' through' 'ti.er -o-mail boxes, wrecking them and sending two. fragments "of steel Into the arm ,of DEATH StlMMQNS GENOA. Dec1. A- message 'today sald..Marshal Qbunt LulsixCardorna' died at' 5 m'. who command- ed the Italian '-army- :in. the. war, had be'eirin'a- several days.- Chicago Kidnaping -Trial: Is Carried pn.lh Fbar 'AtnipspKere'r Respite 'Has J v: pec.-" TCJJPO-T- The blackhand-threat of impending deaif-h 'hung; 'over "the -'-Kanierl' kid- naping. triaT The Judge.. of. the state, prosecuting attorney 'arid', po- lice officials all have -'bean', warned death wiUu result if "they ahea'd- the-: trial', of- three" Itiilf iaris; charged Billy Ra.nieri 'demanding: ransom..' ...'Judge Kob'er.t .Ge'ntzel.'.-prQsidins' at the :'.trial, .received' 'a. printed.' note, through; tell- ing. him are .'die. Quit-'.'ou'rv.ca'se'.''..1 FATHER; ,WAKNED -A. Fra.pk of .Eil- war'.ned today.-'that would-, be ..bom'p'ed jiiglit unless the prosecution Is stopped. Ton important witnesses 'for .the stale, hay'e. f led-'1', the, city or. hiding; because' .they ..'threat- ening, .whispers 'that f bombs 'Avo'alcl be tossed into. homes -.or ..iticir 'children" theyl, -aid'efl' p'ros.ecu.ting.Angelp-P'etitti.'accuseil'' .as' pf-'.an c.xtortidnf-riDp trial Billy.' ".said, -next threat- IGXORiES THREAT' Despite the. threat; had him but of on threat -of boiub- ihg.'his "home children. Ole Scully, a' r-elatiye of the- Raifleris'1 the.-'state1 had counted on to mes.hwEetiftl. further in- the' ;slain -..in- a. saloon early tve inquired; name and then clubbed and shot him-.to Scully's with: the' numerous .Thas throwh 'the many -witnesses -into' a'lu- rore. .Tales of. old are "retold" ..by. -the cringing -'-Latins.as '.they beg. state's attorneys -'for Some: of them' 'just disappear, the easiest they to''..avoid the'i'-.meriace of. the extortionists. and 'at the same '.'.time ;a wrangle with- the ''state's attorney's '1 WOUI0 DIVORCE v BEATER; AND 'FLIRT' Dec.. 21. Bel- S-rove'faTmer, .wife to' even .mention, .the-'' of-.'their son after a-'beaiing' father, claimed' in a divorce 'action 'started here toady. Mrs. ;Holzner accused' her-- hus- abusihg-.-her -and 'to" neighbor women.': c.ustodyTo'f; monthly alimony.; .esbneratea. .affciv-an official investigation 'of; of -his son.' SHOOT FAT HEREOF TWO Gang 'guns' have. 'shattered ..Christ-. mas f chndre'ri ot Police .found ,aa. au- tomobile-': and, pistol f ire-'by re.cted. at him. car with 'Peter :_- His death .was 'as'cj-jbed- v mler Jfussolihi .-instructe'di prefects-1 to, distri'6ut'e..rcasti-. -.pr.ij.es 0 tq'; the; v th'em.-'up 'Ji The ef it! ON and.; fru rip JQJf 'is': i pday's'j the" .heli to; the, grand- jury Ingress a '''''1-- -tor. One 4Jp4i8 without s of Holidays Takes Minds Off 'Legislation- ,.l '-'-H'- Putting Bisons to Death ''i" -'Claris Er: p'ierspn: .-violat-; i v'1 after J ;-liits Preis jvcli'okedf a! inorsel--. of. 1'bbd, ill ccougljing-'dislodjfcd u-iiere '.aiS; a. result: bt, ffasU'Ic hemorrliikgcs. 4 _ -Am brig other- remedies' persons'' v'" an Nearly. Miles .-to ;'in blast .at' property fered-.cuts jifid.'..brulses.iv .-j_ :blast'.-l- -.Th'e -ti ,bl_e. ,'Ishcd 7 'away'-tie-Core ...JThe where J Gpntributions 0 -Mrs.v J.OO'i v Use "the-, ariny, jfbr en Amend 'Pass -padlo.cky 'Slake home.. bre wins'.'.a Make i Control 'clubs -'.-'Depriye-. 'foreign: Church JJse of -jh'bvie's'ior 5'2 'Larger appropiratipns andMarger. Giv.e'prdliioitibn'.cases'-precedep'ce, Punish.'- 3.5S8. eciuaily-'-with- source of Christianize ..i1. Formal To "Provide- -Colorado- Biver Near-.Las Senate-. rjaces .Hard' Pfp.- H'quse Is Ahead, of Clyde 'JB. .AHcUison of '.Oregon. ber _interstistc comnjercc coinniissiph, 'by tlic- senate'-' i'hteustatc'' commerce committee after -objections- to 'his- .confirmation had. been" withdrawn. v The- committee' alsa'-'save-'-its .a'pr .to the- j confirmation "on (Claude -Iowa and Pat- 'rick .7. .Pai-rell of :tJie District of .G.blumbia'.' ,td' be members of the comiuilssibn.' (AP} not th'e.'sub- jeqts or .'senate the 'in 'toddy.'-when.', to" be- foievth.e-legislator's and' th'eW.ssem- --npthing.; an 6'ne TTrnnlH-'- r.n4i'KVi- 'iTnrlim 1 wor-. ,i .tlie .'be.-.vpt- -'by..' ;in tef state' bef ore> it, Isoh-i-of ot. who e'en" renbml- plaints" -'jhad" Ji -uh'. .to hi-mr :thai -.such'. ''T'i tb-'d'ete ,'Qf '-the liof.k' -UP-" '..-'.-The. hause1 foreign j af f change'. whicliV-would 13 'months' of ;2S ,v.'- -HOUSE i AHEAD '.the f aYl terd'ay. an de'partmept, '.SOO.'OO 0" d.. house and the' FO0GriT GIRL iriouS' -..Chansti, 'in'V'eiifOtcIng-'; i..'. VDeci-ii- .'mi.ve'd .air-, c- o iilast Ctiolidge. VY. the. act pro- a flood'-control vand. power project', on ;'.i tlie; executiye, .Vand -Eepresentatiye. years- -had led -.the Ought .To' Be'; .at This "Session, T-f.. .Th'e measure' provides that the government shall supplythe estimated-.as. necessary to construct-, a. dam and. accbmpiiny- work's 'inr Black ;canyon. The bel-jepald 'under an amortization -plan from proceeds- of pf-'the president th.e-.-laEt. -o'ifIclal' -act- -required in providing -fedciral -authority, for- the. constructioiv.-but- either "Utah or.- Colorado .river, niust. ratify the ;Colora'do .-river, cphipaet for distri- bution "before, the act' can 'become .-.effective.-.' other, -n eede'd -yes Vthl's .is such'' .ed- coBside'raiiqnv of rsuchv -Since .t deiilared: to.dajf., --'i? Als own" "and r testif that -______ V J.Th'e defense''" cbritendetetJlatJ j'astice.'and la- 'for and" fight- came hbuse amend- n Johnsb.nV- -and Coolidge's' i 'desk'' today .J -.stgtfed" th of; the1, bu- an'd" B. Mathers, ".attorney "for 'the" bureau; of ,'pqw.er -andT'llgh't; ;pt L'qs. AngelCH. !Wliite- Cool-' Jdge- "f or photographers.. Goolldge.: id" ith'e; presented House'yor ''lr-' Swing- .w-.ere; ,'cbngra tula ted, fight since' rit ;bf thatf... yesterday; the Arizona' legis-; -ing1 ilatoa'.tlbnvp'i: Pa'ge TproT) ore .luie'; ;prppqsed i 'THURSDAY' proposed.-" ic'rulser--blll :e-
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