Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 29, 1926, Ironwood, Michigan WHEN A WOMAN FINOS TIME TO REST SHE DOWN AND DOES FANCY IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE THE ONLY WAY SOME MEN CAN SAVE MONEY BY BREAKING INTO VOLUME 7, NUMBER 291. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NEWS SERVICE FRIDAY OCTOBER Schools Open Here Nov. 3 DUTE All Restrictions Prevailing ing Epidemic Here will be SITUATION NOW VERY GOOD In special session at 8 clork this the city commission thu recommendation of Dr. city health that thf KC of Ironwood be permitted to on 8. T that all quarantine re- Insofar us the general public Is com emeu will be lifted day Nov. and such HH win remain m force will tho children of thu will be kept cut of sol ooi a or two longer as n disease the HI Commends Dr. Tho city went on record to commend Dr for his work in the lution commission that through efforts the best interests tho ity wore valet ho appreciated the of the and thn city manager and the entire com- expressing that there been dissatisfaction as a result of tho strict regulations that put Into effect here several recalled an epidemic of In Milwaukee many years ago In riots Ho that If an error was to bo In the he prefer to be protected than under If the is so that it would he almost Impossible to continue the 1-etriil Nov. 3 probably would be tho to remove the resit li hf Nov. 3 will be six utter tho latt case is removed and tho incubation for infantile paralysis is from BIX to twelve In most Not to W ho wanted to bo not In health regulations hero and the H his the meeting by him tor his work during the CUy now believe tho In- paralysis epidemic here haH en- tirely been but precautionary havo becu kept in effect in order to prevent a recurrence of the epidemic With that end in the H hive been in ing tho ui of children and of bool for the most been forced to remain in their own to HOLD SCANT HOPE OF SALVAGING BOAT SUNK 14 PAGES SINGLE COPY 6 CENTS TWO INDICTMENTS RETURNED BY JURORS Results in Arrest of Country Club with Stone Partly Covered by Ste. Oct. 29 hope salvaging the Michigan which sank I In False Detour passage here day night periling the lives of ten crew was expressed by ter part owner of the craft heiv Thursday The lighter with Its cargo of tons of stone was valued at part of which is covered by Walter was the only member of the crew awake when the craft started to Ho was aroused by the rushing water in the hold and awakened his companions who were saved by the tug towing tne Due to the depth of the water in the the officials of the T. L. ocher may abandon work of raisins the The was regarded one of the finest stone barges In the Great Arguments of Attorneys Open Riot Trial in Circuit Court This TIME HAS BEEN LIMITED Political Leaders Speculate as to Possible Effect of In- on St. Oct. of campaign ex- in four states already con- cluded and that In two others in political lenders today as to the possible effect of disclosures on the general tions next Tuesday and as to the number of. contests Senate seats which might Reports on the wide scattered in- which individual members of. the committee have bern conducting will be placed before the full ship nt an early meeting ton after the Senate These will be consolidated into a single re- port reviewing the situation in. each Oregon and Political activities of the loon league and the Ku Klux Klan probably will form two important sections of the which will be prepared by Senator the who in his investigations in eastern states has a mass of testimony ing on these two The Klan influence In politics was disclosed the Inquiry into the muddled situation In Indiana which Senator Roed conducted at Kansas CUy and St. Bay Oct. Indictments returned In open court by tho federal and jury charging the Flint Country club corporation and four officers and employes with law violation resulted in the luto Thursday of manager of the Kck was tho club in Flint and Buy City for arraignment on a Frank president of the club ami prominent Flint merchant said to be in Philadelphia He will surrender in Flint Monday on his officials suul Thursday tuo other club attaches indicted are negro and kisit name both of whom nro alleged to have sold former Flint a quart of liquor liKan hua been missing the club 12 during an Kolf tournament when 101 quarts oC liquor were alleged to have been mid to been a is unknown to of- Indictment was brought against the 1'lint Country and charging them with instrumental in the sale of a of possession of 24 quarts of Kin and 40 quarts of j key maintaining a The i second was returned against the club j as a Buckingham and charging sale of SHIFTS TO ARIZONA Oct. of senatorial election In states shifted to Arizona today with Senator W. H. who has been designated to conduct the planning to hear the first witnesses immediately following his arrival here late Saturday Senator Ralph who demanded an tion of reports that a fund had been furnished largely by ern copper Interests to support De- Thursday night suggested the names of several sons whom It is understood Senator King expects to Senator King said he would continue the sions through Saturday night and if to complete the inquiry before ORE MOVEMENT INCREASE OFFSETS GRAIN DECREASE Oct. Increase nt carloads of Iron was tho prime of a Hvo per cent In- crease in the volume of iness in the northwest during tays the report of the le leral bank of The larger ore movement offset a of carloads oC grain and Krain products and the ess as reflected by to be better than customary seasonal advance by three per cent. groups tho re- port increases as com- pared with seasonal except miscellaneous commodities and grain era In Mysterious Trunk Keeps McPherson Case in light Los ous said be the of Kenneth G. fugitive radio kept the 91mce Pherson hearing in the spotlight today in spice tho fact that the taking of evidence was The evangelist now awaits the decision of Municipal Samuel who will mine next week whether she must stand a formal trial for bringing her story before a grand The seized recently by the police in is said con- tain articles women's wearing parel bearing labels indicating they had been purchased It was there after having been traced across tho continent at the instance of District Attorney Asa who said It contains tary tending to bear out his charge that the Angelus temple tor spent ten days with Ormiston In the famous cottage in- stead in the Mexican desert in the shackles of The preliminary hearing for Mrs. her Mrs. Minnie and Mrs. Lorraine Wiseman closed Thursday when the de- fense completed ita Municipal Judge Blake announced that he would decide next Wednesday whether the three women must go to Oct. tho time of argument limited to one hour and 45 it is expected that the case of nine Marinette men charged with inciting a riot here will be placed in the hands of the jury before ATTORNEYS ARGUE Oct. ments of attorneys opened the riot trial in circuit court thU the defense completed their mony before adjournment at day's Nine Marinette men ate facing a charge of rioting and of property as a result of a disturbance here last Juno when a Ku Klux Klan tent was Four of the on the stand morning and the remaining Leo Kusene Clyde and Miko taking the stand in the afternoon denied all of the state's witnesses in their connection with the Each of the under of their told of their presence at various places near the Klan and all of them that they weri away from tho grounds during the time the tent was pulled down and burned by the mob which numbered more than Did Nothing to Damage Each of the quintet denied that they had done anything to damage the in which the Klansmen holding a revival the night of June 26, when tho disturbance or that they had taken part in inciting tha riot which police were unable to Corroborating witnesses wero called for each of the defendants and examination or these yielded little for the state's The four defendants testified Wednesday morning Ray Meddle James Murtha and Harold They also nil testimony by the state's witnesses that they were connected with the ment of tha Michael 17, presented to the court an very much which was de- clared by a state's witness have been torn and by the mob on tha night of the by er The charge against tha men is either a fine or jail tence the maximum being a year In It is expected that the arguments will bo completed before late after- noon and that the jury would receive the case before There Is keen Interest in the trial and the court room is crowded at The trial is Judge William B. The case Is the result of a riot here last June 25, when a mob descended upon a tent where the vere holding a and after the was pulled down it was burned and a riot which police were unable to handle Several men were arrested In con- with thn riot and at a pre- liminary hearing all but the nine de- fendants were The dants were bound over to the next term of circuit court hero on bonds of One Bandit Who Remained at Wheel of Their bile Gets Oct. bank ber was shot to death and another wounded shortly before today when a passing patrolman thwarted their attempt to rob the Bank of De- troit branch at Chopin and Michigan on the west Patrolman Frank J. whose shot dropped the was wounded by the return One who remained at the wheel of their A fourth victim of the gun fight was John a He was trimming his store window near the bank when a stray bullet struck All the wounded men are expected to Two of the one armed with a sawed-off the other with a entered the training their weapons on the Charles and listelle a At the same moment Albert a bank opened fire with a shotgun from a turret at the At the first shot the turned and Meanwhile children of the hood witnessing the attempted bery called to Patrolman Dombecky who was making an Investigation in the Dombecky and his Patrolman William reached the front of the bank as the bandits ran from the The robbers opened one of the first shots striking in the Leaning against the bank firing until struck by two Both bandits who had been In the bank one dying GOES AGROUND advices to the Radio company said the passenger liner Creole of York went aground in a dense fog at South Pass near the mouth of the Mississippi Editor's Arrest Is Sought by Rosa's Campaign Manager PROPRIETOR OF INN IS KILLED BY BANDIT Had Schooled Himself in Re- sisting Oct. many weeks William Strausser had schooled himself In resisting a robber and Thursday night he paid with his life when a lone man held him up In h's roadhouse south of 57, proprietor of the horn was killed by a bullet fired by bandit when Strausser for his hidden the The bandit escaped after rifling the cash register of wife and J. A. Wood of covered by the man's ver as he retreated through watched him disappear and then turned to strausser whose lifeless form lay on the with a bullet through the Having read of many his wife had drilled himself in the procedure he would follow should he be the victim of a mill nun Oldest Residence of Iron ty Passes Away day at Levl La Iron county's oldest died Thursday afternoon at the home of a Mrs. Calvin in Had he lived to May 8 next ho would have been 100 years The body will be sent to Wausau tomorrow for burial from the home of a La Porte was born May 8, in Canada and was hardly 20 years old when he migrated to first making his home In It was at Wausau that ne built of the first saw the for last 24 years he had resided at Besides Mrs. Mr. La Porte is survived by three sons and a Thomas Henry La Porte and Levl La of and John La Porte of He was the grandfather of Lee who ivell known Fugitive from Justice Charges Against Wright and Com- AGREEMENT IS REACHED Before Going to Gallows ard Evans Confesses He Murdered Oct. 19-year-old youth convicted of the murder of a Chicago was hanged at the Cook county Jail at o'clock this Beforo going to the gallows Evans confessed that he and not a drunken as he had steadfastly maintained until six hours before his shot and killed Patrolman Edward Finnegan last March after the officer arrested the two for Despite the relatives and attorneys made a frantic eleventh hour effort to stay the as it was stayed a week ago to permit re- view of the case by tho state supreme It was the court's refusal to intervene that started the second to the death cell Thursday Evans Remains The brother and 17-year- old sweetheart of the youth continued efforts to reach Gov. who ten days ago refused to Evans remained entirely composed during the final hours before the death devoting the later hours in death cell to writing one the mother with his mortgaged a home to obtain defense Throughout the trial the youth maintained that Otto his com- who testified for the shot the policeman but during the visit of the family Thursday night Evans broke down and sobbed out a the first time he had ken. Besides admitting killing he also told the police that ind Hacker had committed ten before the murder Sentenced To at 13. The who was described as laving face ot an angel and the heart of a first came to the attention of the police at the age of 13 when he was convicted of petty thievery and sentenced to a He had been paroled from reformatory seven months before the officer When Sheriff Peter Hoffman asked If he had anything to he an- swered In a firm want to say that I will have paid my debt to God and APPOINTED BY PINCHOT Oct. J. of president of District No. 9, Unted AJine Workers of waa appointed public service commissioner by Gov. to serve out the remainder of the term expiring July 1, Minneapolis Oct. 29. Fugitive from Justice charges against Frank Lloyd and his Mme. were dropped in police court here at the re- quest of Wisconsin This action came when Assistant County Attorney David Goldblum read a telegram from District Attorney Henry J. Bonn of ing that no action would be taken there on the warrants charging Hie couple with adultery upon which the fugitive charges were Withdrawal of the adultery charges was made possible when Vladimir former husband of the refused to prosecute after making an agreement with the dancer whereby he Is to share custody of their 9-year-old daughter Wright alone was present for the brief His companion still is under the care of a physician lowing a collapse two days Although technically clear of the state the couple must appear before United States Commissioner Howard Abbott tomorrow for a pre- liminary hearing on Mann act charges growing out of their elopement from Spring to Lake near where were ar- rested last CASE IS DROPPED Oct. Hinzenberg has telegraphed Dis- Attorney Henry J. Bonn of Sauk county to destroy the adultery rants which Hinzenberg swore out there in September against his OJga and Frank Lloyd the Spring Green archi- District Attorney Bohn wired back to your telegram in regard to dismissal of the Wright You did not ask my advice In starting this I don't think I need any ad- vice from you In the matter of sing The district will quash the he Bohn was not In favor of spending Sauk money in Investigating and prosecuting the Tho whole thing belongs in Iowa Wright's Spring Green home is In Iowa Maude Miriam Noel estranged wife of the has written a long letter to District At- torney Bohn taking exception to ments he is alleged to have made In terming the warrants as weapons of FIRST ACTION STARTED Oct. Frank Lloyd and his Mine Olga face charges of being fugitives from justice In municipal court heie Today's action is the first of a series which confront them in the the outgrowth of Wright's marital The fugitive warrants are from where charges of adultery were by Vladimir Mme. former Tho couple is scheduled to appear In federal court Saturday to of conspiracy to violato the Mann act. They were arrested near here Oct. 20. No Word Although a conference was held here last Saturday at which steps were en toward a peaceful settlement out of court of all the no word had been received here early today that the Baraboo charges would be Hinzenberg had agreed to drop the adultery charge and a satisfactory was for caring 9-year-old daughter of zenberg and his former Miriam Noel has declined to consent to divorce which was to have been of the Mme. who col- lapsed from strain was in a today under a physician's care and probably will not be able to attend the court SUSPECT IN SLAYING JAIL Roy Nunn Denies Implicating Gendron in Oct. 29. Brought here as a suspect in the Ing of Emll Skoglund and state and county Joseph was released from the county jail Thursday Gendron was arrested on a charge of being an accessory after the fact following the confession of Roy ex-convict who was reported by Capt. A. A. Downing of the Michigan state police to have admitted shooting the conservation officers and throwing their bodies In Lake ron was arrested In Detroit on re- ports that Nunn had stated Gendron helped dispose of the In Inter talks with the who Is held on a charge of Nunn denied implicating James E. Blue Ind. to Succeed Leon High Nov. 15. James E. Blue of lias been elected to tho position of cipal of tho Luther Wright High school to succeed Leon it was announced today by DuFay R. superintendent of public schools Mr. Blue who will take up his duties hero on Nov. 15 In a graduate of The University of Indiana and received his Master of Arts degree and the high school principal's diploma at bia university last He is C3 years married has been en- gaged In work in Warsaw for am not dissatisfied with my sition In but t feel that 1 would have greater possibilities In Ir- he wrote to Supt. Rice In his application submitted last Made Good at Warsaw Concerning him resignation fiom of Warsaw senior high the Warsaw Union makes the following people generally will re- gret to learn of Mr. Blue's resignation and of his plans to leave the city but his countless friends will rejoice in his advancement in his chosen Mr. Blue has been connected with the Warsaw public schools fur a number of years in capacities and he has made good Jn every phase of his work and has not only won the confidence and admiration sof the patrons for his excellent work In the class room but holds the love and esteem of all the students and their parents for his sterling qualities as a man and as a high typo Mr. Blue rendered outstanding vice to the community as principal of the Center Ward grade and mental school and his later service as principal the high school has been entirely satisfactory and productive of excellent He has given his to his profession and has been unsatisfied to stand ever Kecking to gain new knowledge and broader experience In order to better serve his Vacations At Columbia His vacations in recent years have been spent at Columbia where he took a course in advanced Mr. Blue Is a member of the Warsaw club and has been prominently associated with all of the club's worthwhile RETIRED GENERAL DIES IN CHICAGO THURSDAY Oct. George commander of the 33rd division in died here Thursday night of pernicious He was 67. For a week Gen. Bell had been In a serious His wife and old service friends were at his when he Gen. who as war time com- mander of fine 33rd led a large share of the Illinois troops in A. E. F. was a much decorated eran In army which included action In the and THE WEATHER UPPER Moderate to fresh mostly partly cloudy to cloudy tonight and snow flurries on Lake UPPER Cloudy tonight and with probably enow flurries near Lake colder In north portion Partly cloudy tonight and unsettled in north continued Maximum for 24 hours ending at 12 o'clock noon 54; minimum for the same 33. Harry Adams Charges William Evjue with Violation of Cor- rupt Practices Act. EDITORIAL IS EVIDENCE Oct. W. campaign manager for Charles independent senatorial today asked District At- torney Philip to Issue a warrant for the of William T. editor of tho on M of violating tho corrupt act. District Attorney lette Indicated that the varrant would be At with At- torney Mr. Adams tPd a number of affidavits touching on several statements In the In tho Capitol which Mr. declared were Iho basis The application was verbally and actual issuance oC the warrant expected to take tomorrow when the editorial In question will bo and os EVJUE DOESN'T OBJECT Oct. T. editor of thn today requested District At- torney Philip to with Mr. plea and the warrant for my In a statement this W. campaign for Charles 1J. declared his tion of apKIng the nf the charging thut he had the cor- rupt practices Mr. statement to District W. of the campaign of Charles 1-tnia United bus pi von out a statement to The press In which Indicates that will make a of you lor a warrant for my under a section of the tices act. Mr. Adams bin quest on an editorial ilch recently appeared In Iho Capital earnestly request that ly with Mr. nnd warrant for my J a good public purpose will be served by such a The and the sworn oath will then be In- to ascertain the truth of ges and counter made In tills political ask you therefore Mr in every wny in bis plan with Iho further he pi- tint all proceedings incident to h will be pushed i OLD MASTERS Beginning with the dis- continuance of Hal daily a new feature will appear on last page of the Daily It is a short poem taken from the old masters of PREVIOUS OBLIGATIONS REPLACED BY RUMANIANS Oct. manian government has replaced pre- vious obligations given ment to secure its war debt by manian bonds totalling This action was provided by the debt agreement between mania the United PROFESSOR DIES IN LONDON Ann Oct. J. professor of and director of the tory at the of died Thursday in according i to word received here i Hussey was en route to I South to establish a university observatory station LIBEL WARRANTS REQUESTED Oct. i- William T. editor the Capital Times with nt tl corrupt practices Harry W. Beloit ager for independent senatorial here day that he would nxk the arrest of the Mr. he h on statements made iu in the Capital Times in which the paid Adams has been trying In with the state for six In his statement Issued this Mr. Adams said Mr. Evjue haj lated the of the Corrupt tices Section 12.17, which firm or knowingly make or nr to be made or published any statement In relation to any statement Is Intended or tends to affect any voting at any primary or Believes It it His am bo formal application to District Philip LaFollette of Dane for a warrant for your vlny It to be my duty to do Mr. Adams that the pose of the editorial was to Judge Charles D. Rosa's for office of United States by destroying the and ing the following he had among the progressive Republicans of the many of whom are subscribers to your papc to which they havo looked for political Information and advice upon which they base their to alienate this great body of high from Judge Rosa not by directly his and his record cannot do that for It Is too will known to because I nm campaign by attacking my record as a and by my standing with this great body of you destroy Deliberate you begin destructive operations with this Is the gem set among others similar to It. Adams has been trying to connect with the 8U.t? payroll for six yt Is a deliberate I have not been trying to be con- with the state payroll for tho six and you know Mr. Adams declared his name connected only once with a state when he said was by friends to accept the office of staia insurance at no was anxious for he felt more than sorry that I did not receive appointment from Gov.