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Post Standard, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1926, Syracuse, New York i i V 1 I i vr i t iiii 11 Independent O A T FIRST f OWNED AND MADE IN SV R A L D SECTION NO XX N SUNDAY DECEMBER 1020 TEN CENTS DEAD GIRL HID OLSON NOTE IN BOSOM Bitter at Hall Says Jersey Justice Is Dead Hints At Politics In County Prosecutor May Demand State Investigate Mills trial Hall in Smiles Four Indicted Persons at All Charges Killed by Court Will Hays to Intervene In Chaplin Family Row Unless Peace Is Patched Movie Czar Will Tolerate Ko More Scandals in Film Colony Women Ask Action Same Influences Brought to Bear as Governed in Arbuckle Case By PAUL WHITE Utaff Writer N Doc case went iato tha ords today with the Elwell Desmond Taylor der and other eil mysteries Of the decade ilrs Frances Siemens Hall anil farce accused ot the United Press Cal Dec the czar In watching developments ir lin family it was learned are seeking to patch up the differences between the and avoid dal in the courts If a settlement is not reached soon Hays expected 10 send the film comedian a letter of Truck Driver and Boy Worshipper Die In Grade Tragedy Dec was waiting to grow up so lie might a truck driver like MB and Charley Ward On Saturdays when school dismissed small boy and a large man perched side by In the cab of a the boy asking eager the man giving amused replies Today Saturday and the coroner recorded two accidental and John victims of a crossing accident on the Four traces were set free the Court I advising him that the movie m- here today on motion of Attorney General Edward There acquitted last night the jury which had heard them on the of Mrs Mills Today the court nolle the other indictment them of murdering tne Edward W Hall's They left the court room niter one OC the most sensational m Xew Jersey history No further Investigation of the murder said dustry cannot tolerate another big public scandal And if the bring their squabble Into drastic action is anticipated from the Hays office When Chaplin to i In with his then leading woman to be he carried with him at the time a letter from Hays ing him that the film industry would not tolerate anything which woulu set tongues wagging among the movie fans Women's whose Influence with a caused Fatty Arbuckle 3 In Lifeboat Saved Battled Angry Waves for 66 Hours Alexander the special to be banned from the ore in whose hands the case by Governor A Henry was so displeased with tho outcome did not even come io court Ho stayed Lome at Jersey City and let b's end the case Simpson threatened to demand a what he called o miscarriage of justice in a letter to Governor was bitter the outcome and advised Governor not to drop the Investigation He referred lo failure of the first ini four years ago al it has evidence witnesses were nnd an apparent effort made to cover up tbo crime Ho charged that politics Inter- with his own f he did not refer to his charge made in court tnat the jury was prejudiced against the iie wished to withdraw from the Simpson l it would be 1 j Forlous attack on thc lion of justice if there any said to he exerting pressure on tho moUe czar to act in tbe Chaplin case All hope of reconciliation the is willing to make a settlement according to but must be will expect custody or the children and certain financial said irr Chaplin Is willing to do what is right by his wife and two there will be a private settlement out of court Otherwise Mrs Chaplin will be com- to take her case to 1C the young files divorce she will name a dent and demand of the Chaplin according to friends Attorneys today admitted they had reached an impasse for Uie present and that the affair had pone ioo far lo hope for any easy i Press Dec ing story of rescue at during a storm told here today when the Merchants nod Miners docked Ihc picked up of the of schooner L from an open boat off Fire Island last night The men -ware after battling 6C hours in frail lifeboat against heavy seas a fight which cost tht of lour members cessation in the prosecution after the conditions in j Chaplin's lawyer Lloyd will confer with Beebe again next week Chaplain's counter attack in the in and on part of the with the evidence In already made public In and the flagrant activity tit the politicians of County in this it seems lo me seriously on the McDERMOTT GOES fQ TRIAL MONDAY MELLETT CASE jubilee in the Slate all criminal prosecution were cease Hie verdict of the Jury yesterday In tlic trial held In a county where indictments were presented for over foor thw be sufficiently need no I you for me the op- of t court will city for Its TV hen K on trial here for toe last of Don militant newspaper associates in HIP of who are to slain IJen j no- Vazer will jro en doe Jo Ora under 1 you of The Justice sna wnd her lo Uie The of tlie Parks Muller Sillier and Earl left for this afternoon According to Capt Archie Drooks of the Parks told him the suddenly foundered 11 a heavy sea at 4 A 31 tartly them to sei clear of thc sinking vessel in two fishing clothing or food By the time the mo boats of Ice the foundered Parks saiO The fishermen fought lo doncs up to the but within a few seas smothered one boat four men In it thc and throwing the crew water Parks and his companions heroic to rescue fellow but the storm prevented their reaching them ACTRESS ORDERED TO SHOW CAUSE IN LOVE THIEF CASE New York iove affair with liam K will her 000 if Mrs has her way noted must in Supreme Court on Monday show y Manton should not re- War Scare Lever Used On Doheny Admiral Robison sized Jap Invasion Threat in Oil Deals Will Call Wilbur Secretary to Be Quizzed on Greaves Secret Naval Defense Plans Lifer Goes to Rites of His Who Was Executed New Ice 4 John Lynch a life sentence in King for a murder In handcuffed and by a today at- tended the funeral of his James uno was executed In Trenton N Thursday for killing an messenger during a in U was the first time John Lynch had seen the outside in The funeral was held in afternoon at the home of tne parents ol the brothers here Marie Hugs Station Is Deserted Train Delayed by Ceremonies at est Go Awry In Love Tragedy Is I i Queen Learns First Hand j of Plots During Her I Absence Tax To Fore As Congress Meets Absorption of 000 Treasury Surplus High Light By PAUL R MALLON Press KtaS Washington Dec the theory that the country is In no By HERBERT LITTLE United Press Stag Writer Dec 4 defense the names of possible enemy nations were placed before the Doheny oil conspiracy trial jury today Rear Admiral J K V 13 retired with a captain's related the famous Japanese war scare reports of he he had told to E L Doheny to persuade the oil multi- millionaire bid on the Pearl oil tank for thc benefit of the national safety In the face of a threatened war Secretary of- y Wilbur's lo Robison forbidding him to sive any confidential in- formation drew from the Justice Adolph In n prepared decision admitted thc order as defense that court itself was the of the propriety of mony and directed son lo sive the withholding damaging if necessary Doheny Under Knife Was sent to bed by his Gerry after over the week-end An operation has been performed on trie oil man's Infected left and his strength must be con- served Ifm lie is to oe able to at- tend the which is expected lo last at least two more j increasing the salaries of second of the trial or eraj and two one Doheny and B for- mer secretary of the on charges of conspiracy to defraud the government in the Fall loan and the Pearl Harbor Elk Hills oil By FREDERICK KUH Press Dec Marie f Rumania arrived home today at conclusion of her dented tour through the United States and was greeted by King but the royal welcome planned by Bucharest did not take place Queen Marie embraced her band long and emotionally Heavy rains had delayed 03 al train Friday as it hurried through the heart a the Balkans toward and that dire need of legislation Con- carefully gressional leaders tonight perfected an program for the short session of the opening Monday Tne high lights of the program effort lo some sort of tax reduction to all or part of the expected surplus of any farm relief legislation upon which the farm blocs desire with of the Haugen price stabilization measure defeated at the last session to ures which have been pending Tor years during tbe consideration of more Important ing action for disposal of 000 of alien the 000.000 rivers and harbors the establishing peace with and the the use of gas in international warfare on appropriation bills to prevent any A bled at the station during the but dispersed an official announced that train was and would not e Cor three Premier members of Uie cabinet oilier soon but too were told to go away and to return at without further P.M the royal train a station which was almost deserted to King Queen stepped down from her private car accompanied and Prince olas Her scanned the almost empty platform until spied the whom with a wifely embrace She was ul to find Find Skull Fractured at Autopsy Pathologists Convinced Olson Girl Victim of Series of Blows Wad of Paper Clue Prosecutor Admits It Was Written by Withholds Contents her husband able lo appear at the j possibility of a filibuster from in- the only might attempt thus i imminent s on the stand In to fore- in session of Con- station forth closed dramatically Hobison was bis story of the after present Congress and and national defense necessities adjourns March 4 which caused surate the oil and the of Robison of Admiral Pacific fleet station Ferdinand was pale and jlhui but at least his I there seemed to belie the reports circulated during The last 11 days his death was By BERT M DEMBY Staff Writer Prairie Du Dec A wad of paper that Clara tucked in her bosom when she slipped out of her father's country home to meet tonight became the most important of evidence in State's effort to solve the mystery her der Tee of which waa too wet when first it was found to oj iis was carefully dried and finally the acters became It was a Prosecutor J S Earll an- written to Clara on the day disappearance and it was written by her IS Wnen the paper was ered reporters he would make public message bur after reading it he announced it was i as to make at this He was to admit HOW that a aots from Erdman Ran to Sweetheart i It is Us the State Clara received this s from I her ran away from her j home to meet him in the dark i early morning Sept nnd that her before daylight At the autopsy this afternoon it i was disclosed that Clara had met her death by a blow on the leic side i the head and ibat she ready dead when her hour was an had thrust into the shallow grave on o the siore of I Battle where it was found CLARA OLSON ERDMAN OLSON Find Body Of Girl In Pond Is Dragged for Youth and Auto r i to belie the alarming two ago as her e of i old Canst had old Canst found were discovered police Dr Chairs H Swift jsin State when asked to occasionally Monday night when i On his said it cater a car 1 a number of hart tlon He will point out that December when ma these iho Stiles was and tlic four-power Pacific i- Ibc of thc Sayi Roberts all thc was his fires Ultimatum On Uic hand Assistant intimated he will unless bills arc caught thc i open her suit for alienation of thc s JAY Tartu REPARATIONS CHIEF American nf commission Jus trill Jay of of New j Justice announced the of court 1 prepared opinion That the order was question i pointed to the council of regency I JAPAN which Treated Jan i mien former Crown Carol's was before public In case of death the re- gency would A croup in Bucharest lias s office has Carol's wife and DENIES NEGOTIATING FOR MEXICO OIL LAND Dec T the dream of girl's father Christ hat his body would be found at ri- the spot It actually was Grave on of t r li 1 he Ire a face ont they arc for the lime In j mother of ns a fourth may offer j btr thc rod some solution lo thc which now newly Mexico flt the IriaS a VIl an N-cr- French Rum Kidnaper 2 U S Dry A gent Is Sighted Many ol Ihc SS 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