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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - October 6, 1927, Ogden, Utah WEATHER Fair night Friday not much chance i n frost IDAHO Fair frost and freezing temperatures THOUGHT Hot greedy of filthy Tim Avarice is the vice of Bancroft declining Fifty-eighth 81 CITY UTAH THURSDAY EVENING 6 1927 LAST EDITION by Frank Francis OFFICERS SEE Nations have some of the of children They can find an excuse lor quarreling in much the same quick way But unlike children nations take themselves more seriously by ing their enmities At present France and the United States are making faces at each er over the tariff and if the persists long enough they will have harsh words to then what? Do you ask? Well if we are to believe H G Wells the liant Englishman they will strike blows Weils does not say exactly that but he does inform us thar when nations allow themselves to develop grievances even though the differences be of a minor nature they soon turn to thoughts of war You could not believe it if uttered by an American but H G Wells says a war between America and Britain is now in the making He quotes from the book just issued by Lieutenant Commander Kenworthy to prove his statement The British officer shows how step by step the trouble may be worked until the two great English speaking people ore battling for supremacy Ke begins witti the differences de- at the conference on dis- armament and the jealousies created in military circles which added to distrust and pride will bring conflict Wells warns his people that the next war will outdo all the destructions and miseries of 1914 as that war out- did the Napoleonic wars And why does he think the next war will be so He tells of a gas which has been in- vented known as sine one whiff of which will cause a smothering sensation It can penetrate most masks yet is most irritating mucous membrane gas in 200 million parts of air will cause distress A concentration of one part in ten million parts of air will incapacitate a man within a the pain distress and nausea and vomiting and cause such sensory irritation as to force him to tear off bis mask That gas is followed by bombs con- a killing gas which finds its victims unmasked H G Wells predicts that in the next war In which England engages London will be gassed He air maneuvers over London this past summer have demonstrated that it will be almost impossible to prevent tile copious gassing of any great city which is attacked And that gassing will within a lew hours after war is declared Wells is deeply in earnest when he predicts war between America and Great Britain although to the great mass of the American people that lamity is unthinkable If it comes the English speaking people win be committing suicide or at least will be so maiming and dis- abling as to invite other nations to attack the bleeding victor Wells The wholesome erly jealousies of our two is to be fostered and inflamed in the cause oi armament and preparedness to the fighting pitch The rivalries of and oil manipulators are to be dragged into the elaborating AnU then professional military ex- perts with chips on their shoulders are to commit the final act of folly There are possibilities Mr Wells article but it all seems fetched One thing which will prevent such a disaster is well informed British public opinion The average Englishman has full knowledge of the tremendous re- sources of the United measured in men gold materials of war food supplies and machinery He would not sanction the of the United States except as an act of self defense And the statesmen of Great Britain are even better informed on the re- sourcefulness of the United States Great Britain might join with the rest of the world in a warning to the Latest War Instrument of Destruction Shown in Action WEAPON EX HI BIT Piece Mres Once a Minute 30 Miles ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND Md Oct The Associated anti-aircraft gun which automatically sights targets in the air is a type of weapon members pi the array ordnance association be called upon to manufacture and operate if war should come again The gun is controlled by a instrument which detects the position of -a moving airplane by sound waves At night a similar instrument is attached to a huge searchlight which throws its beams directly upon the airplane with the discharge of the gun This weapon is one of the new developments in fighting equipment on exhibition today to those ing the ninth annual convention of the Army Ordnance association here PREPAREDNESS URGED The membership comprises active and reserve officers manufacturers and citizens pledged to industrial preparedness for war as the nation's strongest guarantee of peace Benedict Crowell of Cleveland Is president The front line of the Aberdeen proving ground was in action today Fighting equipment far more and destructive than that used in the war churned the wa- ters of Chesapeake bay or made eral valleys in the earth on the reservation with their deadly SPECTACULAR EXHIBIT Dwight P Davis secretary of war other cabinet members and a group of high ranking officers of the army and navy have sponsored the exhibit the most spectacular held since the war army experts say Another new development is a gun designed lor coastal defense The maximum range with of 860 of- powder is over 30 miles It a rate of fire of one round a- minute and Is carried on mount STORK AT ONE TIME Continued on Page Two Many a good used such as an electric cleaner or is advertised every day i n The Want Ad Turn there now and shop Phone 252 GREEK AMAZON Madame Earned for Size of Her ATHENS Greece Oct The Associated Greece is con- juring with of Madame Pan- galos who is under detention ing examination on a general charge of conspiring to release her husband the former dictator from the Cretan fortress where he is Incarcerated and restore him to power Not for a have the authorities been faced with a more amazing personality than this woman who in the heydey of her husband's absolute rule was known as Empress and who was generally credited having raised him to power and then made herself virtually the sovereign of Greece ADMIRED AND HATED She is said to have been at once the most and the most hated woman in tho country girl she was rich and ambitious if not ful With characteristic force she de- clared her intention of marrying the next cadet who headed graduating class at the military academy so the story goes and that cadet was Pan- galos She took him in hand and made his career Those who knew her and her husband will say she possesses much he stronger will of the two and dominater her fiery spouse General himself is a man absolutely devoid of fear but Madame towered above him both tally and HIS WIFE'S LEGS In one of his famous indiscreet speeches he is said to have made to this by remarking to the petite wife of a former Japanese Why my wife's leg is bigger than your His sensational skirt de- cree which caused a furor among Grecian women and brought ridicule on the policeman attempting to enforce It was attributed directly to his willed wife After General public indignation seemed to vent himself on his but she effaced herself un- til the storm passed living in ment and awaiting for the reaction which the in bringing the ex- dictator to trial fostered Then she surrendered to the Greece awaits her tion with keen expectancy SEEK TO INDICT TWO FOR MURDER Wisconsin increasing her population by threes Here are the triplet daughters of Mr George Schneider who live Wis They're and mother is well too Lett they S pounds Dorothy 6 pounds and Marcella 7 pounds SUSPECTS Discarded Marriage Clew Leading to Arrests A discarded marriage certificate led to the arrest Wednesday afternoon In Salt Lake of men and two women on suspicion of being implicated in the cracking of a safe at Five Points early Monday morning Sergeant L W Pack and Detective A J Gale arrested the quartet in a small 526 South State street Salt Lake Wednesday after- noon Booked at the Ogden police station on an open charge the four R Kortt and Mrs Kortt of South and Art Beebe 25 and Mrs Art Beebe Sioux la The safe in the W A Shaw store at Five blown open and about at about 2 o'clock Monday morning Buick South kota license plates I an extra pair of Iawa plates rear on West o'clock -in and other the offleers to believe car had WOMEN'S APPAREL This car also contained women's apparel sewing and shotgun and re- volver shells and most important of all a marriage certificate showing that Milo D Irwin and Mrs Ruth Anderson were married in kota on March 18 1926 It that and Mrs Fred Anderson and a Mr and Mrs M p Irwin all of South Dakota had registered at the Brigham hotel at o'clock Monday and fifteen minutes after the HAMMONTON N 3 The Associated of I two persons was sought today as investigation of the slaying oi Dr I was shifted to the Atlantic county grand jury room at Mays Landing Mrs Margaret Lilliendahl widow ot the aged Vireland physician received subpoena and was told she would be away from home a long Chief Detective Harrold would not say that she was one whom the indictments were sought Our purpose in serving a subpoena on the widow is to protect the said Harrold In case widow is wanted it is better to have in Mays Landing than to have to go for her and take her away in the presence of the boy hour sate was blown They had checked out of the apparently in a great hurry the clerk said at 7 o'clock the same morning and at 8 o'clock the attendant of a gasoline station and sott drink West Ogden not far from the abandoned found men and two women who answered the description of- the four had purchased soda water from hirn TRACED TO SALT LAKE The police then traced them to Salt Lake where they day afternoon and returned to Ogden at o'clock The rour individually by Captain Robert from then midnight without much success A to South Dakota showed that the license plates that state belonged on a Chevrolet arid another to Iowa showed thai the an Essex A wire received this morning from Mike Holmes secretary of state at St Minn said Buick brougham recovered here was J J Quigley at St Cloud Minn In questioning the Captain Burk said he found almost nothing tangible which would connect the four with he was convinced in his own mind that they had cracked the safe NO RADIO MARRIAGE No two of them told story and neither married ing to the opinion of Captain Burk Kortt told the officers he was ried Fort alleged wife she married Kort at Sioux City denied that either the radio or the telephone was used the Beebe said he was married at Koral and the woman posing as Mrs Beebe said she at Sioux Iowa Beebe said he was ried ago and the woman said she married Beebe last though she later said that she did not meet him until late in June of this year The remainder of the stories told by the and were changed from minute to minute One of would contend that the party had known each other but a month then would say had been with each other for years One say lave been in for months and he other would swear they -had been here only several days DENY ROBBERY Finally however three of the four admitted that the party was in the the robbery but also stoutly denied any connection with either the abandoned the bery of the safe None could their actions While in Utah Both women are rather refined and good joking although the men pear Kortt said he served a a penitentiary for burglary having released on June 24 this He and Mrs Kortt had as Mr and Mrs M D Irwin the name marriage certificate in abandoned automobile and police declare that even and his woman had known Kortt ias Cop 5 To Regulate Topic WASHINGTON Oct The Associated right of a Washington policeman to censor the length of a woman's skirt was to be tested today in an investigation before the District of Columbia park authorities Colonel Ulysses S Grant third director of public buildings and public parks was designated over the investigation An against Park has been brought by Mrs Ross Keller of the two the officer with ordering Mrs to pull her dress down while she was a park the of- ficer to pull down his wife's skirt arid refused directing Lawler to if she the law refused to obey Keller officer either to to bis wife IS Candidate Has-Been Tomato Vines But Harvesting Can Go On Watermelon and cantaloupe crops throughout and Davis counties suffered heavy Wednesday night and this morning with the first freezing weather of tne though the loss to tomatoes estimated at less than 10 percent crop re- maining the Fruit was tle damaged particularly as there was hardly frost in the North Ogden Should the frost of this be followed by another tonight there will be damage to tomatoes tag to George Shorten of the Utah Canners tion But if the weather isv warmer the results be beneficial in the crop TOMATOES NIPPED company field reported Continued on Pace EL PASO Oct Chief interest in the Mexican revolution situation lies in fate of the remaining presidential candidate who opposes General aspirations to a executive Gomez charged with being one of I the the revolution was re- ported by many sources some of them to have been captured and Continental ish language newspaper here says that General Jose Alvarez chief of the staff ly last night that not been captured but now at a station in Cruz on the way REBELS Alvarez Issued a formal statement saying that two federal columns suing the Generals Gomez and Almada are very close to the rebels generals uniting their forces Alvarez near a small town Triunfo not f old home of Gomez Color was lent to the of execution by of the consulate general that effect had been re- t DEATH IS CERTAIN There is that Gomez If he is captured will be executed if that event not already occurred who him have little chance of the Calle's ment having ex- the 13 comrades of General that aspirant the put to death The El it is ally believed here there will be wide resentment throughout when details of execution of become known them were well known and standing throughout -in which Calles Obregon and the de la Huertas are citizens arid per M Roy morning that rand cantaloupes had been hard NORTH OGDEN ESCAPES Prom Hooper and Plain City came reports that tomatoes had been aged with loss of 25 ed in some areas John D Hooper frosts will are now exposed instead protected by foliage The principal damage was cantaloupes Ogden's pf having tle from early frosts was John Hall manager of the Ben Lomond Orchard company said there being only a of frost C E Pettegrew reported there was no frost in east of North Ogden townsite This a section known for its vineyards and orchards From Huntsville came the report of 24 degrees being recorded ly all crops that could have been by had been harvested in the Ogden valley Green feed was only slightly damaged though further frosts will cause loss of this forage crop V Grow SEEK FOR CARROLL Oct Associated of called some time this to consider the of Earl er who is and one day the penitentiary for perjury in connection with his mous gible for parole The exact of the board has not been fixed wards the end of SUE PROPRIETOR OF RADIO STORE SAN FRANCISCO By The Associated that blare of the loud speaker their workroom drowned the conversation thus leading to a measurement numbers and resultant and J seeking an -in- junction against their proprietor radin Those Salt in- oh Discourses Hundreds of members of the L D S church residing in Weber county are planning to at- tend conference of the which opens in Salt Lake Friday and continue over and Already number have for Salt Lake and trains from the north are many to the conference Plans are under way services in several of the wards this and large number of persons say they conference in Ogden by way of radio in their homes President Heber J will open the conference Friday at- 10 a m tabernacle it expected that the principal subject to be discussed will be delivery of the gold of Book of- the Prophet Joseph Smith the Angel Moroni in hundredth an- of that event Throughout the days of- the con- ference special meetings will for the various many have been planned Missions presidents from various conferences the United and Canada arrived for the big and prosperous conditions for- the generally throughout PIRATES PLAY RAGGED BALL Poor Gives the Yankees Four of Their Runs Once Second WAFERS ARE STARS Defeat Put Pittsburg in Serious Hole BY BRIAN BELL Associated Press Snorts Writer Oct By The himself in a position to gamble as a of the Yankees 5 to 4 victory over the burg Pirates in the opening game of the world's series Manager Miller Huggins today crossed the experts by naming George Pipgras to pitch for the Yankees in the second game The New York manager who is ways willing to take a chance when he can afford it in nominating gras threw the burden on the ders of a young pitcher who had formed nobly for he American league champions this season but was yet to receive the stern initiation ceremonies of a world series PIRATES DESPERATE Pittsburg a game behind as of playing yesterday's game for fun was prepared to put up a desperate battle today to get even and Manager Donie Bush called on Vic Aldridge to throw curve balls at the Yankee did no slugging in the first game Aldridge a veteran carries a heavy responsibility for it con- ceded by the most partisan supporters of the bold Buccaneers that they must win today to continue in active com- petition Few believe the Pirates can spot the Yankees two games and win four thereafter with a time limit of seven games set As the opened each ager in sportsmanlike manner a hope that the team would win In the first game it was -a case of the worst team losing The Pirates exhibiting a defense badly run the heel beat themselves The Yankees in winning needed the the first game of season of a world on PIRATES FAULT York Is Pitched to Victory by Pipgras Newcomer To Classic Aldridge Driven From Mound By Hard Hitting Americans Third Inning Again Jinx For Pirates No One Hits Home Run Yet CORBES FIELD Pittsburg Oct Associated F New York Yankees made it two straight over the Pittsburg Pirates by winning the second series game today 6 to 2 The Yankees were pitched to victory by George Pipgras a newcomer classic who held the Pirates to seven hits and was not in danger after his mates gave him three runs in the third inning They added three more in the eighth for good measure Vie Aldridge Pittsburg's starting pitcher was driven from the mound in the PLAY BY PLAY de- Box NEW YORK A AB R M PO A E Combs cf 4 1.1 5 0 0 Koenig ss 5 1 3 3 0 0 Ruth 0 0 3 0 0 Gehrig Ib 3 1 1 G 0 0 Meusel 1 2 2 0 0 2b 402220 Dugan 3b 1 1 1 0 0 Bengough c 310400 3 0 1 1 2 o TO store France The Press Mrs Caruso widow of the plans to Wednesday more definite not fixed the runs were garnered poor and some uncertain Bay Kremer Pittsburgh right-hander who is held in high esteen Paul Waner impossible catch to permit and in a disastrous inning for Pittsburg when three runs were joined on one hit the home team bunched errors with two balls The hard hitting Yankees a batting Holiday for- them when they made only six safeties half of the hits being made by Babe Ruth run king not choose to hit but sent out three ringing singles the six hits were one by Koenig paving for- a run arid the Lazzeri Kremer Lou Ruth's companion was credited with a triple but the credit should have gone to Paul Warier who a single for three bases by diving at it head first WANERS STAR Waner billed as the best brother act in baseball ran true to -form Paul getting three of his team's hits arid Lloyd scoring half runs The sun peeped through the ness of the Pirates through the performance of John for- mer an able workman and minor league diamonds since served his at a Pittsburg suburb Miljus relieved Kremer with none out in the sixth and the rest of the baffling the Yankees consistently with a good ball and pace He permitted but hit a single Suth and wiped it he caught the big Bam 7 flat-footed after reached first and started a successful movement retirement RECALLED The Yankees got some good tdb Waite Hoyt an in and out performance unable be- have at times call it a day after two singles the bases for Pittsburg n the eighth inning Wiley Moore he big was called o keep the run-on the bases where they could do no harm Harris got one of them plate ming out a single but Moore got rid of the rest of- them in fast time One of the victims of Moore ninth was Freddie Brickell a youngster who was sent in Miljus Some of the fans Manager Bush in his selection and called ly who has not played of late lor the Pirates although he was 1925 hero and has a over 300 The suggestion the seemed to be that less Cuyler more Some said that Brickell hit the ball very far he bounded weakly to Moore YANKEES SCORE FIRST The Yankees got run with two out first inning Ruth singled to right Paul Waner then make a shoestring catch of ball that base hit and Ruth score while Gehrig third when the ball the Tight field wall first opportunity Waner hit the home nine on double scored whein Wright lifted to Combs Pirates One washout feet and THE BOX SCORE Totals 35 PITTSBURG AB L Waner cf 3 Barnhart If 3 P Waner if 3 Wright ss 4 Traynor 3b 4 Grantham Harris 4 Gooch 3 p 2 p 0 Dawson 6 11 N R H PO 217 021 015 000 013 021 00.3 007 0 0 0 000 000 000 5 0 A E 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 U 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 2 f in eighth Score New-York i 003 Pittsburg Summary Two-base Waner Stolen Gehrig P Double to Left 5 Base on Off 4 Ruth off 1 L Struck Aldridge 4 Ruth Pipgras Combs by Pipgras 2 P Waner Aldridge 10 in 7 innings off in inning off son none in 1 Kuns Off 6 Hit by Cvengros Wild ridge Losing American at plate Quigley third Ormsby second base Moran first base Time of RED ARRESTED AT THRESHOLD OF CONVENTION on Ease Thirty Suspected Under Watch in Angeles LOS Oct The Associated persons a nist lobby endeavoring to bore from at- of the American Federation of were surveillance today by the Los-Angeles police after the arrest of Sid Bush an communist in the very doorway of the convention room Bush was booked on suspicion of criminal syndicalism last nights Tele- grams letters and other documents in his possession resulted -in the police in- spreading to the activities of 30 others An attempt by Bush to destroy upon his was frustrated according to who were headed by of bureau LETTER FOSTER the officers said letter found pocket from William Z Foster secretary of the Party of obtain thei introduction certain before the labor He was directed to work In tion an of the Communist party here and Al Bock representative of Dyers union Both Globerman and Bock were by the police but later FEDERATION WARNED After the arrest of police warned officials whom they said opposed to Communist activities of the suspected plot Although the police believe some of the resolutions sponsored by the Com- munist found their way the introduced the union leaders these would be weeded out in and little of reaching the convention floor Oct The Associated unexpected the treasury -in- duties on ports added to made France on American products another controversy tariff between The following play by play scription of the world's is by Cary S Brandebury Associated Press sports FIRST Strike Aldridge sent a curve on the inside Ball one outside Combs sent up a high fly to who took the ball near the score board Ball one high Koenig singled past Gran into center field one called Ball one inside Foul strike two This was a roller along the right field foul line Ruth struck out crowd howled He for a third strike It was a low curve on the outside Gehrig Foul strike one So thrown nothing but curve balls Ball one high Ball two inside Ball three high Gehrig got a base on balls the fourth ball inside high Meusel one high out- side Ball two outside Strike one called This curve cut the inside corner Strike two swung This was another curve but on the out- side Aldridge threw put Meusel at first No runs 1 warmed Tip as L Waner to the L inside Strike ball over plate Foul striks two L Waner got a to left by base running Barnhart Foul strike one The Yankee infield was playing back Strike two called This was a curve -on the inside Foul L Waner scored on sacrifice fly to Ruth in deep right P Waner Foul strike one Waner lashed a hard drive into the temporary box which scattered the occupants Foul strike two Ball one high inside Waner had tc duck this one Ball inside complained that Umpire had missed this one Foul Pipgras was keeping the ball high and outside for P Waner Ball three Foul Foul P Waner fanned taking a third caned strike It was a fast one on the inside cor- ner Wright Foul strike one Ball one high Wright sent up a high one and the Pirates went to the field One run one hit no errors f SECOND INNING V Ball high fell down ducking tills Strike one called Strike This was a sweeping curve outside Ball three low outside zeri splashed a hit off glove Dugan Foul strike one The hit and run play was on but Dugan fouled the ball Ball one high Bau two inside Foul strike two The Yankees were trying to hit and run again Foul Dugan fouled out to Ball one sent up foul to Gooch Pipgras Ball high Ball two Foul hit the cripple Strike two called This a low Ball three outside Foul Pipgras Crantham No one hit no errors threw out Traynor at first Grantham one This was shoulder high tham got Harris Ball one outside Strike swung a wide curve Gehrig grounder and touched first Grantham going to second Gooch one w curve one high Baa two inside high fouled out to Bengough who raced over to bench to the catch No runs one no errors THIRD up Foul strike one Ball one high Foul strike Ball three outsider Combs got -i right field jail of Grantham's reach Strike one L Waner go Combs scored and Koenig went to third Ruth Ball outside Ball Koenig on Ruth's sacrifice fly to L rig up a long hit lot Meusel Meusel got a hit to the infield which Wright was Lazzeri up Ball one low one Gehrig scored on ic sacrifice fly second throw-in Strike hits up Ball swung took Aldridge's line strike Warier tried ta bunt but Ball E
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