Daily Globe (Newspaper) - February 5, 1926, Ironwood, Michigan ONE LITTLE WHITE LIE 18 ALWAYS ED FOR A BIO BLACK IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE IT 18 EASIER TO SIT UPON FORMS THAN TO STAND UPON VOLUME 7, NUMBER 65. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NEWS SERVICE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1926. 14 PAGES SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS Judge John V. Brennan of De- troit Will be Principal SEVERAL OTHER SPEAKERS exercises dedicating the ther Wright high school building commence at tonight in the gymnasium of the new structure and he attended by representative from all parts of tho Michigan State University of Michigan and the city of John V. Judge of er's court In tho city ot Detroit and one limn superintendent of public will the principal Waker of the Mr. nan Mrs. here thin morning and are guests at the homes of Mayor and Mrs. John B. and Dr. Mis A. J. Luther M. son of tnc man whose memory In to be honored tonight In tho format abm arrived hern and is a guest at the homo of Mr and Mrs. B. C. Rufi Also is John former principal of the It. Wright school and now a at Michigan State arrived hole yesterday and since that time has been busily engaged in re- old acquaintances in v. of a portrait of the Into Luther L. Wright will mado tonight by R. A. Douglas behalf of Mrs. tho Ho will present tho school with two hand rought gifts from Mrs Anna daughter uf Mr. have been made to in the gymnasium of the school where tho exercises will bo the exercises some Speaker Tonight Judge John V. Brennan of er's former dent of schools who will give the principal address In the dedication of tho Luther L. Wright high school BITTER T Resolution to Interfere in Strike is When progress mean more than And tho Bates of the poet are built a wall to rebuff the A light on a unr loved fly the v. of 400 will gather In tho of the school where they will jhold a Pu Fay R. superintendent of win ovor tion An excellent program Ji is beon Program for The program for the dedication Kay 11. superintendent ot 3luslc the Axel G. Tenor John C John V. of city Detroit Dvorak Rex of portrait of Mr. bv H. A tor board of education and community IX F. R. Muse quartet J. Claude Mrs O. U. James F. of it of to com- dedication and ins of build Alex number of nf Joint B of t at Thy Voice Mri K. f for of high Leon My REGINALD DENNY AND COMPANIONS ARE SAFE Germany's Entrance into the League with Permanent Seat Not Feb. are Increasing that tho forthcoming en- trance of Germany into the League of Nations with her election to a manent seat on tho League council as arranged at Locarno will set In motion a bitter light for the manent seats in the and perhaps also a movement to increase the permanent places still In pursuance of a resolution ed tho last the League members UTB committed to the pal ot rotation In of the six council Spain refrained voting on the tion mid like Is suid to ish an ambition for election to a manent Belgium will bo to droo out as a without being taken care and is said to hope for filling temporarily at the place always held open thp United They Have Put into Port at Los Feb. motion picture two companions who were thought tn hmo met with trouble in a storm oft the Mexican at e in Mcx rut into that through tho rough weather according to word brought here by H of Alter being tossed by storm that the California Denny tuul his who were on a fishing trip in a were into a to and finally after a delay of teen yesterday two chartered by the Universal Film company to search for ot the and ships in tho M- uue advised to be on Tho were recalled after of his safety was AMUNDSEN IS ILL Los Feb. artic and an tart who Is here on a lecture is seriously threatened with his physicians announced Protesting Against tice of His Own is Against N. Feb. testing against the of whose father was opposed abolition of capital ul- mcst on the brink of tho electric lie told Warden who gave the fatal order to executioner that ho the for tho abolition of the death was with Er- nest T. v. ho killed De- Chester A. a ago in the was convicted of murdering Howard a Niagara it fi louring appeal from con- viction two Civil veterans ed wilh a judge to order that bo executed in his n to save of im old trom disgrace thoy really the sor of Louis Piter was iKed irt 1SS5 for tho murder of his He adopted bv Matthew ami took his fester fathers The the veterans he could do I feel that this IH an said before he went to the I am only one out of the seven and the one who the shot escaped by 8 DIE AS RESULT OF FOUNDRY COLLAPSE i i Police Search Ruins of J i New Feb. 1 After an of rums of j the foundry of the North and 1 Manuf u turing wrecked by j j the of a wall hoe reports today showed eight I anct thirteen in the one was not expected to were made by city officials today to investigate the catastrophe belles ed to have been caused bv of on the policemen and laboring under the of Kroat arc toiled all night in the search for 28 ARE IN FAVOR OF IT Feb. a vot of 48 to 28, the Senate refused today to consider the Copeland resolution re questing President to inter vene in tho anthracite Twenty seven Republi cans and one senators voted to take up the resolution whil nine Democrats dnd 39 Republicans voted in the The Senate's action was the firs to be taken in Congress in respect the coal and the vote was forced opponents of Presiden policy at tcr many previous attempts for f had been defeated in botn Senate and Under the presented Senator Nev the President would have been requested to call representatives of the miners and operators to Wants Before moving to take up the Senator Copeland appalled to the senators from New England to stand with him because their states were and in need of fuel But all the New England present voted against the The roll call For consideration of the Republicans Couzens Norris i Democrats Broussard Overman Tyson Walsh and 28. Vote Against It. Against of of Robinson of Williams and of Ar- Stephens and Total 48. Long Debate the a long debate and another effort was to bring the resolution up by mous consent agreement on thp ground that consideration jf the resolution would delay the tax Senator Now told the Senate that Coolidge and Roosevelt and Harding had Without a record vote the Senate authorized an investigation into coal prices In the District of The inquiry will be conducted by the District ot Columbia and will so into the question cal retailers pay for their and the pi ices at which they sell it. The committee will authority to inspect the books of the COMPARES NEWSPAPERS Feb. Leon Trotzky drew an interesting comparison of UKI Russian newspapers today in speech before an audience of Russian MATCH IS ASSURED Feb. match between Helen Suzanne Lenglen now appears to lie definitely assured in the tournament next The French i lawn tennis star announced today that 1 she would play in the in which I the American champion also is I aro expected to meet in the I I finals on Feb. 14 or 15. 1 WANT FAIR CONSIDERATION Feb. who last night conferred with John L. president of the miners on the hard coal today made on members of the Pennsylvania to give anthracite mining measures and other bills and -air he had been promised by W. Harry chairman of the Republican state at the outset of the extra session of the general Both the governor and Mr. Lewis continued to maintain silence ing their They were in con- ference for an hour and 15 minutes but neither would reveal what was The governor talked about the zing unfavorable action of the House mines committee on- administration coal bills as protest against such unworthy tactics in dealing with great public The coal strike constitutes great and pressing To many thousands of It nothing less than a WANT GOVERNMENT ACTION Feb. that the government act in he anthracite comes from Congress while President is maintaining his position that such a step must originate in the law ng While the subject was under dis- on both sides of the capitol the New York Democratic in the House fully sought an appointment with the President to confer on relief Representative Somers ed to arrange a meeting for his col- leagues but was told by Secretary Sanders that it was impossible for Mr. Coolidge to confer with them on that subject at Unable to Get In the where a number of members have offered relief Representative New in a general of the remarked that Mr. Coolidge seemed unable to get Chairman er of the commerce committee to hold hearings with any of On the other side of the New 1'ork. and urged action by the chief while Senator suggested that tion is He promised his support for any measure to end the but he believed the offered thus far would prove Northeastern United States is Present Status of Aviation Is Terrible Feb. sive for a separate air service concurrently before two con- gressional committees today by of the army air and William once General Patrick's assistant and more recently the center of a quarrel over policy which led to his court martial and resignation from the terrible was way Mitchell described the present status Hit by Worst Snowstorm of the LASTS FULLY 24 HOURS j of aviation the house military New Feb. appearing before tho ern United States today was Senate military declared ths to from the grip of the most severe snowstorm of the his advocacy of an army air winter that lasted fully 24 hours j corps separately and with an independent status like that of the marine The air service chief interposed no objection to the Wadsworth drafted by the war department along caused 32 Eight were killed when a building collapsed under the weight of snpw at New eight perished ut and there were other deaths in various Trains were hours and com- muting were disrupted In Boston and Wire communication was Five whips were in distress at Three thousand passengers were on boats plying between New York and New England points when the vessels had to anchor in Long Island near New Amount of Snow The storm spread a snow blanket varying from a few inches to two At the lowest estimate it will cost New York to dig out of 'the Twenty thousand workmen are trying to keep the main streets Five persons died in the storm In New York Schools were pended in the Air mail service between New Yoik and Chicago Only two of five passenger vessels due to dock in New York dared to Boston Worse Than New Boston was paralyzed even more than New Public In- the state were thrown open to commuters forced to stay In the The eight who died at sea were A volunteer crew of coast guardsmen took three men off a barge near Asbury N. The barge one of the rescued men ng Seven bargemen were lost In the wrecks of three barges off N. J. Five more barges and tugs were still in Eight the entire were rescued from the schooner which wen ashore on the rock at Cedar The Pollock light with crew of ashore on Cape Mass. Freighter The Furness Manchester bound from Halifax to was drifting with a broken 800 miles from The Collier Selyn Eddy was in danger iff the Deleware In the anthracite coal regions of ten inches of snow Among the deaths were 3; 3; 1; Wa- Jersey 2; and 1. the lines of air boards and providing for segregation of the air service under a new assistant tary ot He that the proposal was only a partial still addressed us by members of the Houso committee despite his retirement to civilian lift four days renewed the charges against the present management of aviation which led to his court got no system whatever training or he air personnel Is on duty with the when it should be trained to prevent armies from ing The whole conception is He appealed to Congress to a specific mission to air and said a year would fa In an adequate air SHEER TO SELECT OFFICERS FOR WALTON LI ronwood Sportsmen to Meet Tomorrow Lunch Follows A good sized attendance is d at the Ironwood Memorial ng tomorrow evening fbr the of the Izaak Walton League to Adolph chairman of Chapter No. 00, who called the meeting for 8 Saturday is a meeting for all men In the said Mr. Mueller or not they have d local sportsmen are to We need their ad- Ice assistance In carrying on he program of work which the local hapter will outline for itself in the ear Circuit Judge George O. Driscoll ill address the members of the At the conclusion of the and after officers have a lunch will be WALES ENJOYS A FEAST WITH CROWD OF FARMERS Feb. one arm in a ling and strapped closely to his bo- y and waited on by a bevy of bright-eyed the prince Wales had a feast ere evening with ocal a crowd of The Encyclopedia of Opportunity A general assortment of the world's knowledge is gathered together in the volumes of the No one thinks of sitting down and reading all of They're simply information on any whenever anyone wants it You'll find a general assortment of the buying and and renting news of and news of all together for you in the Classified Very few readers the to go through all little But wide-awake people take minute or so each dav to through the that particularly Turning to any is like taking down n volume cf the Proposed Modification of stead Act Brings Storm of New Feb. newly announced policy of the Church society of the Episcopal favoring of the Volstead act and legalization of light wines and has brought a. lent storm of and defense throughout the United Prohibition Episcopalian and Individual have challenged the statement of the Rev. Dr. James tional secretary of the In announcing the new ed that the Volstead act had The the challengers has no authority to speak for the Episcopal Is relatively portant and Is In error In its reversal of Even members of the itself are taken aback by the announcement A meeting of the board of directors will be called soon to consider the Conclusions Are Defenders of Dr. In- several assert that his conclusion after a year's gation are Dr. stands by guns and reiterates that a poll of members the ciety showed a preponderance in vor of modification of the The Issue was debated last night radio from Washington by Senator New and Senator Edge characterized the Volstead act as a and to Dill denied that prohibition increased In- temperance and cited figures to show deaths from alcoholism were on the wane and praised prohibition as ing the prosperity of the Dr. Empringham admits his tele- phone has been kept busy by bishops and others who disapproved his an- He minimized most of the saying they were largely from members who had not paid their dues in the society for Wants Meeting of Canon William Chase of a member of the board of directors of the Church Temperance 4ias asked for a meeting of the board to consider this of policy of the Two vice presidents of tho Bishop S. M. ot Chicago and Bishop Reginald of Fond du are in disagreement with Dr. Bishop Griswold said he would be distressed beyond measure if he thought the 18th amendment was in danger of Bishop Weller ex- pressed the belief that the prohibition law was doing better A. D. head of the tional Association Opposed To on the other lauded Mr. stand in a statement from 40 Christians in Near Damascus Have Been Says Feb. Reuter's cor- respondent at says the of 40 Christians In indicates an anti-Christian movement is he a son of el bandit was hanged with two other convicted This caused bad feeling and brought threats that Europeans would be hanged in were sent to the Catholic patriarch at Maldan threatening to burn his house because some of the prosecution witnesses at the trial of Hassan el son were A French soldier was stabbed Attacks on the barricades con- inhabitants of the Christian village of totaling about 40, were massacred Monday by a native band described as composed of IB 65 miles northwest of SIX SOLDIERS DIE OF ALCOHOLIC POISONING GET LAND FOR County Road Commission Seeks Property for Black River A petition has been filed In circuit court by Prosecutor Thomas J. ders for the board of county road commissioners for a hearing on the proposal of the road commission to appropriate certain lands the 1m- Wants to Fight Out Question of Repeal of Income Tax Publicity of COUZENS PLAN BULLETIN Feb. claring that filibuster against the tax reduction was on in the Senate to fores complete of income tan man Smaot of the finance tee announced today he would force night beginning Monday to speed consideration of the Feb. ate was called into session an hour earlier usual today to fight out the question of repeal of the Income tax publicity provision of the tax re- duel Ion The parly session was voted over the objections ot Senator and Re- The roll call was 54 to 13. Senator who was sing nn amendment which would open income tax returns to said ho was unprepared to con- ut the curly hour today but Chairman Smoot of the finance in charge of the suggest ed the early Demand Night Criticizing the lack of progress on tho measure Senator demanded night sessions if to get the through in lime to sure tax reduction by March 15, when income installments are Senator Norris replied he was ready to work twelve hours n day but called attention of tho senators come in and listen to this Important debate only when the bells signal a roll Senator Couzens who wnc chairman of the special committee which In- the Interim I ported the amendment Senator Norris proposing public of returns and denounced tho ent law allowing publication of tus payments as and Inimical to the public Uses Findings As Continuing his speech tor tho tho Internal revenue as in nf income tax Income tux returns never been subjected to Inspection or dit In the thirteen years the Inw been In ho special committee into linked it the i found any criminal In i dis- honesty and that is I do not The Michigan wild con- ditions in the Intermit eau now are bnd If not than when the committee began Its Should Be Declaring tax of the Standard Oil com puny of California IBS been settled by of officials instead of by provement and construction of a cor- h h investigated tain highway known Black New asked If Mr. Couzens River The Rr Connor Wisconsin Is named in the petition as the owner of the property Circuit Judge George O. Driscull has ordered a hearing on March I. The petition says the county road commission appropriate and take certain parts and parcels of land belonging to the above named ant for the straightening and improvement of the said county which traverses Nupon ami J through certain lands owned by the The properly described is a. strip iand 66 feet wide traversing for n believed the commissioner of internal revenue was but I don't think he la either or senator Senator pointed out thr of the Internal revenue bureau hod cost and it has saved tho ment more than Senator HORTICULTURAL BUILDING IS FORMALLY DEDICATED East distance of approximately two the in and through the southeast quarter at Michigan Take Steps to Prevent Sale of Intoxicating Feb. were taken at barracks today to prevent the sale of all liquids con- alcohol as a result of the death yesterday of six soldiers from alcoholic The men died after drinking bay obtained at the post exchange where it was sold as a hair While a special board of inquiry was investigating the three still in a critical condition and three were recovering from the Some of the sick men are also believed to have drunk a native The six all died within the space of a few hours night and yesterday Two of them went blind before AM a precautionary all men in the post have been advised to report to the hospital fear of 3f they have drinking of the southwest quarter and other property In section 20, township range 46 The petition asks fof ment of three disinterested to determine the necessity of such and to appraise to be paid as for the taking of each and every parcel of land necessary for this lic MAN IMPLICATED IN MURDER IS ACQUITTED I Slate College and the parade of col- ICRC pedigreed livestock and farm featured the program at Kant Lansing and the of the roads of tho campus for the at one o'clock later filled tho gymnasium for the afternoon at which Dr. Liberty Hyde re- cently elected of tho erican Association for ment of tho Stanley Klvana is Free from Shadow of Electric ley who faced a jury three LIVES LOST IN FLOODS Feb. Many lives nre reported lost In floods along the lower expanses of territory nre been i THE WEATHER death house at Sing today is from the shadow of the He was acquitted of a charge last night by a jury which re- fused to believe the testimony of brose three times temporarily reprieved within a few hours of his who Implicated In Mostly cloudy tonight and snow warmer Saturday In port Mostly cloudy tonight the murder of a bond salesman and probably some ing a holdup at the Bellmore National except rain or WILL BE MANAGER Feb. W. of is to become I manager of the bond department of I the Northwestern Mutual Life ance company of effective March 1. Mr. Walker Is a. ing engineer by and in recent years has given the part of his attention to bond bank in 1924. Klvana was held in bail as a material witness for the ROPH is condemned to die the week of Feb. 15. for the The jury was out only an hour and a INN PROPRIETOR 13 SHOT Feb. roadhouse was probably and his slightly wounded by three In ex- treme south somewhat colder In west LAKE Fresh to strong and south and west winds this after- and shifting to west and northwest cloudy and probably snow over north and rain or snow over south Maximum for 24 hours ending at 12 o'clock noon who attempted to rub the place early i 24; minimum for the barue 1C..