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   Winslow Daily Mail (Newspaper) - March 26, 1927, Winslow, Arizona                                A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE PRESS LEASED WiREK ITION VOLUME 35 SIX PAGES NAVAJO MARCH 26, 1927 PER NUMBER 92 Threat of Bombardment Brings Safety to Foreigners CHINESE HEED S. ADMIRAL Americans Are Escorted Water Guns Trained On War-Torn City HORROR REVEALED March 25 The vigorous threat by the American and British naval command that Cantonese positions at would be bombarded unless foreigners still in the city were escorted to tonight was followed by the safe appearance of the first of the Americans on the water The vanguard of the 120 who had taken refuge in the University of began to arrive under the of the war vessels early Whether entire 120 were coming out was not definitely but approximately 20 Americans still were unaccounted the death of one American and the wounding of an American woman definitely stories of brutality by uniformed Cantonese against American outrages and wanton destruction were received from the war-torn During the the reports American women were subjected to great in many cases their clothing being partly off by soldiers in The American fatality was the death of Dr. J. E. of a member of the Presbyterian and vice president of Nanking The wounded American who was those arriving at the water front a Miss been shot twice through the E. of is listed as being at She was sent to China a in 1920 by the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Schools Burned The easing of the situation at Nanking after the issued by the American and British Naval i commands there was preceded by a day of Reports were received here throughout the day that all the official and personal property at the American consulates was looted destroyed by uniformed There is reason to believe that most of the American houses and missions in the city were looted and t It was reported definitely that the Nanking theological seminary and the Hill Crest American j mission were destroyed by I Protest Shelling General Chang Cantonese genera who has been directing the recent movements of the nationalist forces leading to the capture of Nanking and other cities in the valley from the northern has protested against yesterday's shelling by American and British vessels of the vicinity of compound where foreigners were attack by Chinese The protest was made to British Vice Consul who is at Nanking on a mission of General Chang declared that he was taking full responsibility for on Page 5) Plane Expedition Learn Fairbanks For Point Barrow Alaska March 25 three the Detroit arctic expedition today hopped off for Point Barrow to begin it's attempts to find land in the area north of The first plane to leave on the 5.50 miles was obtained from the Fairbanks airplane corporation when the one of the expedition's three planes broke a j landing during a test It left at 10 o'clock this morning and carried Joe pilot and A. M. correspondent of the j Detroit Two hours later the } plane was reported at nearly half way between Fairbanks and Point Plans called for it to await the arrival of the others at Wiseman before continuing to - Shortly after noon the other two the Detroit News No. 1 and No. 2 hopped off. The Detroit News No. 1 was piloted by Alger Graham and Carried Howard radio as a Lieutenant Carl B. Eileson and Captain George H. leader of the expedition aboard the third The voyage to was expected to take about seven After leaving Wiseman the three planes will cross the Brooks range of mountains at an altitude of 8,o00 to 10,000 feet and then head across the trackless tundra which slopes toward the Captain Wilkins announced that the expedition will stay at Barrow at least a month before returning to He plans to make the initial flight of 600 miles into the arctic as soon as practical and than venture even farther toward the pole if the first voyage is The Alaskan may be repaired and dispatched to Barrow later for use in the Wilkins He Maimed Gal SK Denounce Late - * As An Outgrowth Of Favor Peace ARRESTED IN LOVE MURDER WILL BE DEPORTED Bodies In Morgue Await Shipment To Home In Texas President Coolidge has been carrying a bandaged right and Oscar Gunwaldsen new U. S. marshal in North is the reason according to Senator Gerald P. accompanied by called at the White to thank Coolidge for his And says has a grip the coupler on a railroad Invited To Home After Threat To Shoot Daughter NEW March 25 Leaders of the Hip Sing and On | Leong tongs today in conference with District Attorney Banton agreed with him in denouncing recent outbreak of hostilities assured him that between the two Hons still exists and will to show their good drafted a letter to be sent to the entire membership of the country calling upon them to stand by the terms of the truce signed two years and to repudiate the of in- i who are carrying out private The slayings which today totaled eight since early yesterday have been the outgrowth of private and personal the leaders The Chinese had gathered the distinct attorney upon his and threat that if peace not assured there be wholesale deportation of warring After the District said he protestations of innocence of the tong readers and was satisfied the outbreak was not sanctioned by the tongs of both the strongly Chaplin Studios Dropped From Suit Against Comedian LOS March 25 one of the numerous defendants named iu the divorce suit of Lita Grey Chaplin j against Charlie was 1 ped case today with the filing of a notice to dismissal by attorneys for the film comedian's The notice of dismissal was explained by Mrs. Chaplin's attorneys as a part of a plan to remove in the cape and force it to an Following a demurrer filed by Chaplin several weeks ago the actor's wife was given until today to file an amendment to her complaint making more the connection of corporation properties with the Counsel for Mrs. Chaplin said they were willing to drop Chaplin from the list of defendants rather than risk the necessity of republishing summons on with another 90 days t which might be necessary if an amendment were The action still leaves numerous other banks and business associates of the comedian as defendants in the case the attorney RECONVENES Seven Included In Measures Outlined Are Of Importance CITES AUTHORITY Henry Graham and 3Irs. alter Murder of Albert New York magazine termed by cold-blooded a crime as the imagination could is charged in the Long Island courts to Mrs. and Henry Judd who are pictured Snyder was beaten over ( The Weath $ weatner and Sunday fair south and unsettled northeast warmer portion NEW and Sunday fair unsettled north colder east portion IV IN SLOW High temperature ' e March 25 Scott age IS. and Guy heirs to Texas oil aged 19, are lying side by side in the mortuary here awaiting shipment to Fort Waggoner met death 15 miles east of this city Thursday afternoon at four p. m. The car in which they were riding turned turtle Waggoner was instantly killed and his wife died of internal at S p. m. ' Thursday j Miss Catherine also of who was in the death | left at 1:30 p. m. for her er's home in Fort Although Miss O'Hearn was between the couple when the accident she was only slightly Vale on and his Guthrie of took the same train as They were not seriously Guy died almost instantly from a fractured skull and a broken It is not known whether his head struck the car or the road From the position of the body when it was found it supposed that he flew through the air and stRick the ground with force enough to inflict such Mrs. was evidently injured by the steering wheel of the roadster which she was ROB BRANCH LOS March 25 Gerard De war time aviator whose peace time activities as a fencing instructor to the daughters of J. Stuart film are being aired in superior court here in his damage suit against was an invited guest at a party at the Blackton home within a month after ho had threatened to shoot Marian like would a the head with window sash then with picture He was attacked as he in his own Mrs. Snyder and a corset both detectives Graham an illicit love affair between Mrs. Synder and and said urged to refrain from any violence j weeks plotting to do away with her according and to peace in j to the the interests of our people and out of respect and for obedience to the laws of this The letter said that no attention should be paid by members of either tong to a letter sent out on March 24. This letter Avas said to have been out by a fellow to Hip throughout he country announcing the resumption of the feud between the Hip Sing leaders indignantly repudiated the Another Victim March warfare which broke Mrs. Gardner daughter of out earlier in the week in various the and Marian Blackton j cities throughout the country before her was to Cambridge late called as a witness in the against her who is charged with having applied a horsewhip to De Trie asserted whipping is declared to have followed an asserted attack on Paula H. wife of the by De Mrs. James told the jury of men and women hearing the case that her life had been threatened in 1924. by the fencing He threatened to shoot her lit e. a she She told her father she When she was called to the witness stand for cress Mrs. James admitted that De Merveaux had been an invited guest at a New Year's party at the less than a month after j he had threatened Mrs. ' f another and Mrs. were hostesses at the Mrs. James Mrs. James was unable to recollect occasions when De Merveaux was her escort at when was questioned on this She declared she considered De Merveaux She added that she had witnessed Jim a was shot and killed in his shop here by an Chinese who Report Prehistoric Burial Ground Found j LOS March 25 long sought burial grounds of the famed Casa Grande of a thousand years have been found by the southwest museum's field March 25 -A new reel in the long serial Sapiro against Henry Ford for was run off in federal court today and the motor car manufacturer was represented for the first time as plotting directly against Sapiro the known Jewish organizer of farmers cooperative To the very last William J. editor of the j Dearborn vehicle of i the alleged libellous which I Sapiro contends damaged his reputation and circumscribed his maintained he wis for the articles and Cameron testified also that after Mr. Ford would offices and Mexico Acts On Termination Of waggling Pact Commission Axe To Fall Lightly on Radio Stations March 25 under regulation of the newly created federal may be so treated that if not of the 733 broadcasting stations now operating may continue in Commissioners who have studied the problem are hopeful of the and are confident that data will be brought out at the series of public hearings beginning in j Washington Tuesday to clear up the i I March 25 announcement from Washington of intentions to terminate the EI commercial treaty between the United States and on March 2S. orders have been issued to Quintin Mexican collector of customs at instructing he shall observe following abrogation of the existing j Tentative plans outlined in a communication received today by Rosas from Mexico City include the immediate organization of a Mexican border patrol to I I prevent smuggling either into or i the has tentatively held that it cannot under the law exercise any degree of over radio but the stations with one can censor to The law provides that if a candidate for political office is given broadcasting opportunity by any his opponents must have the same As to the maintenance of all operating Commissioner Bellows explained today that the first subject the public hearings will develop is the of creasing the number of channels | now available for There is a possibility this can cm of the collector ba alterating of technical from but even if it the would ot Mexican called to caste Tho announcement was made today sorb lhe motor car LOS March 25 Merchant Trust and Savings bank branch on Avalon Boulevard was robbed today of by two with forced two bank j employes and three customers to lie on lhe The robbers cm de- | LOS March 25 representing Gerard De French j J fencing who is suing i Stuart film director for j for an asserted J admitted that a federal i deportation action is pending I against De He was said j to have admitted that he had over- I stayed his permit to remain iu the by Dr. James A. B. director of the museum A funeral of red on buff colored and containing bone fragments and of the dead was brought to Los by Dr. Scherer on his return from The first finding bone fragments and ashes of Harold S. the revealed that two forms of and earth interment used by dwellers of the probably a thousand years The complete skeleton of an adult lying prone facing the sunset was unearthed near where the urn was j These remains also are believed to date back possibly r thousand ideas on philosophy and national he would write the page in the independent indicated is adjourned a few the Court w tries early found admission a and records fives evidence which o' baldo obi attention of the I far with tii of the wui king on a new system of along the American which will be put in effect ot Is ureat Natural Resource I he pointed out that the largest her of radio stations now operating The circ to run for more than a few statement 'n each and reach lv limited An of their arrangements may be worked the commission to give them all I space and i Real congestion iu the radio i field now exists chiefly at Chicago and Bellows Influenza Victims Are Modi Improved i - SAN lhe 25 The river U one great undeveloped natural es oi the Senator King Blames State Department hit public vhile it's in FRANC i'd ay i Th icr iv | March 25 - i Approximately 51.10 masculine dents of Globe are growing ers in preparation for a I April 2u to 2',',. to be held the auspices of the Globe SAN ed Chat Gone Sen were There is tlx will i ic bro pert l rl w. at lhe r s on that important ot c 1 o said in a and and 0:11 nia of national I 1 or any iridic t'i private Work j here to j the no- j March 25. William H. Demo of declared tonight that j a 1 the men ti 11 i r 1 tar ihe I ha that ve 1 the fedei i. p 1 for two upon tie refusai of the state have order of barring him from wu effort to keep alive the the of Haitian had only served attention of Americans domination by this g of Haitian Senator King said if the state department had so it. could have compelled ih March 25 of the Arizona state legislature was completely upset today when Governor George W. P. Hunt issued a proclamation calling the state into extraordinary session for March 30, under circumstances which are believed to be without parallel in American At the time the eighth state legislature is under taken March IS. The issuance of a special session call by the governor has created a furore of speculation throughout tho state as to the legality and propriety of action by the state who deviates that he constitutionally within his The regular session of the was scheduled to adjourn sine die March 10, but a six-day recess was When that expired members returned to their desks and after a gubernatorial veto on the general appropriation ' until j ot the tion measure is asked by the nor in his extraordinary I Besides the repeal of House 204, the appropriation and the subsequent enactment an appropriation which adequately meets the of 6S offices departments of the governor includes five other subjects of extraordinary They An emergency appropriation to care for a prospective deficit for the operation of the state hospital for the for the remainder of the present fiscal A law to appropriate out of the general funds an liquidate the indebtedness legally contracted by the state highway department as of February 1, 1.027, independent of legislation the present and future operation of the highway Amendments to the state water I code and to propose referendum measures for the sections of articles 20 of the including a providing for an election at which these proposed amendments shall be submitted to the electorate of A law accepting on behalf of the state the benefits of the provisions of the act of congress known as the Purnell act. A measure for the creation a colony for mentally defective children and to make an adequate appropriation for this Authority Thp governor bases his right to call an extraordinary session of the state legislature at any time on three portions of the These he quoted in his The of constitutional authority is found in Chapter section paragraph 14, which may convene the legislature by proclamation in special session or extraordinary session whenever he may Reason for the session is found in a paragraph of the proclamation stating present extraordinary situation which the state government finds itself because of the unforseen and policy j which the eighth legislature adopted appears to nie to make a session of the legislature Considerable detail is given by the governor to the appropriation I and to a measure providing highway creditors with reimbursement for legally contracted Interpretation of the existing statures the general appropriation is made by the in policy adopted by the eighth legislature in failing to adjourn sine die at the close of the constitutional period and technically in although 1. 1,; Haitian wiH prevent the  

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