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Winslow Daily Mail (Newspaper) - October 22, 1927, Winslow, Arizona EDIT IOH MORNING So PRESS LEASED J The Weather | and little change in VOLUME 35 NAVAJO OCTOBER 22, 1927. NUMBER 272 17 UN DUE ESTED AS STRIKE PICKETS Leaders To Increase The Number Of Pickets Today In Spite Of Arrests NO DISTURBANCES Oct. 21.-(AP)- I. W. W. leaders in the southern Colorado coal fields announced tonight that picketing would be resumed on an enlarged scale tomorrow despite the arrest over a hundred including 17 women in Huerfano and Las Animas Plans of Sheriff Harry Capps of Huerfano county to employ 100 additional deputies to stop the picketing received a setback late in the afternoon when the county commissioner informed him that they would authorize only ten additional Earlier in the day the commissioners had instructed Capps to employ as many deputies as he thought necessary to stop There are 2D mines in Huerfano All had planned to start operations again tomorrow until the commissioners reversed their decision regarding the additional Tonight the mine owners were in doubt as to what course they would Forces Reinforced I. W. W. forces in southern Colorado were reinforced today by the arrival of Roger chairman of the national executive board of the I. W. W. Paul has been in charge of was arrested as a Sheriff Capps and his deputies arrested 56 pickets women included in the group were released in a short The sheriff announced he would hold men until tomorrow morning that they won't be on picket who the I. W. W. at Trinidad the been filed GOES ON TALKING of Birmingham was just a sermon on creation the other da yin St. Paul's when a band of led by a to the front of the cathedral ami demanded that he be cast out of the church for ing Darwin's After protest the nien marched out and shown went on with his in which he affirmed his belief in REPORT WHITE HOUSE SCOLDS SENATOR FESS Prediction Of Coolidge Being Drafted For 1928 Race Brings Scolding No charges have against any of the men as The 48 arrested in Las Animas county arc held in jail at ' Leader Speaks Francezon addressed a large crowd of strikers today and declared shall continue our picketing despite the The meeting was attended by the 15 women arrested - this morning and they laid plans to up at 4:30 in the morning and go on They also grouped themselves into committees to call on wives of strikers who havo not answered the picket In the Aguilar district in Las Animas county the mines were idle as a meeting of the United Mine Workers of America the miners voted to absent themselves from work until Monday so that a survey of the I. W. W. strike and conditions could be The northern Colorado lignite fields still were paralyzed by the No disturbances were Mines in Fremont and counties were still unaffected by the strike Embezzlement Is Charged Against Pima County Man Oct. 21.- Vic. for a number of years assessor of Pima and John his deputy during the later years of his terms of were indicted individually and jointly on charges of embezzlement by the Pima county grand jury this The ten indictments cover a total of Each man faces three individual indictments and the two men face four joint The indictments followed the report of special auditors to the grand The auditors have been working over the county records since last r. In the indictments against it was charged that the former county on January 1, 1025, embezzled on October 2, 1A25, on May 15, 11)26, Pfeiffer is alleged to have appropriated county funds at various times amounting to The two men are jointly charged with the of MRS. GRAYSON MAY START ON FLIGHT TODAY OLD Oct. 21 west which increased despite the prayers of the crew of the Sikorsky the j held the amphibian on the sands again and forced of the with daybreak tomorrow as the earliest The day was doubly irksome to Mrs. Frances Grayson and her two companion Pilot and navigator Brice for had they been able to take the ship off under such conditions they would have had twenty miles an hour added to speed during those first eight hours when the heavily burdened plane is necessarily Norway Labor Party Makes Large Gains Oct. 20 - Complete results of the recent parliamentary election show large gains for the labor party with a severe loss for conservatives and Final returns gave labor 59 seats in representing a gain of 27 the conservatives and liberals obtained 32 suffering a loss of 22; the agrarians the radicals 29 for 26, representing a gain of a loss of the one seat and lost while the communists obtained three seats with a loss of STRANGLED TO DEATH POSITION STANDS Oct. 21.- disclosure by Senator that he had received a White House scolding for his prediction that President Coolidge would be drafted by the Republicans next was the chief topic oi conversation of the president's callers today after they had left his Most of did not desire to be brought openly into the While the general disposition was to believe that Mr. Coolidge had endeavored to more definitely remove himself from consideration because of the uncertainty that has arisen since his not statement of August 2, some believed the situation has not been materially 3fot Candidate It developed that other administration leaders in addition to Senator Fess have had it made clear to them by the president that he does not wish to be considered a Those who have talked with him represent the as concerned over the doubt expressed by some regarding his Rapid City One of the visitors to the White House today talked most freely Clarence H. president of the Commonwealth Steel Company of St. a friend of Mr. Coolidge for many cannot see how any real friend of the president would go around talking about drafting he know Mr. Coolidge to be a sincere and honest man and I believe he will take steps to curb the movement to draft him if it if there a wide popular demand for him to he might feel compelled to do but in my judgment he will not permit this to cme Visit Coolidge Other visitors joined with Howard in believing the president had strengthened his Rapid City statement by scolding Senator One Republican member of congress from an eastern state went so far as to say that the Republican party must now begin to concentrate on several strong possibilities for the nomination so that the country would not gain the impression that the president is the only man able to cany the party standard in the next Another subscribing to this but who also declined to have his name brought into the declared he believed sentiment for candidates would begin to crystalize as soon as congress DEADLOCK * Expenses Dwindle Flight Reward To Bar Pin And Uke Oct. 21 winner of the ten thousand dollar second prize in the Dole Hawaii admitted here day that his rewards had dwindled to a ukelele and d bar after and been who backers had here in the interests of safe aviation under the auspices of the American aeronautical said that the surviving bar - pin was given him by * governor of Hawaii at the end * of his successful and 4" the ukelele by its * whose advertising plate * * + * * * * + * AS FALL AND SINCLAIR COME TO COURT EARL SPEEDS BRIGHT LIGHTS FALL - 5E LOSES Prosecution Attempts To Force Fall And Sinclair To Testify TESTIMONY HEARD So. Oct. 21 Carroll's journey back to Broadway was broken here tonight by an informal reception of 10 minutes in which some 200 Greenville citizens joined while the northbound Crescent Limited of the Southern Railway made its SAN Oct. 21 body of a beautiful woman who had been strangled to death was found in an apartment here Police started a search for a man with whom she had He was known as Lance E. 50. said to be a former sergeant major in the United States Oct. 21 deadlock between dealer and grower regarding the Texas fall mohair clip has suddenly been broken and the clip being taken over very Some observers estimate 75 percent of the clip has been taken by dealers within the last 24 The range of prices generally reported is 53 to 55 cents for the grown hair and about 10 more for the kid LINEMAN LOS Oct. 21 lineman employed liv the Pacific Electric was killed today while on high tension lines on Huntington South Mason v contacted with the powered STEAMER IS LOST Oct. the three damaged through a fifth ashore near Father and a lumber barge missing below Three was the Havoc reported today rti St. Laurence River this Murky which has prevailed since gave way today before a bright sun and the wind changed from northeast to indicating the gale had blown itself RANCHER DIES SUDDENLY PONCA Oct. 21 Joe one of the owners of the 101 Ranch near was found dead in his garage He was years DEMOCRAT LEADER DIES Oct. 21 whip of the Democratic party in the House of suddenly today acute former died Oct. 21-(AP)-Turning his back on the federal where he served one-third of a year and a day sentence for Earl Carroll left here today for the white lights of His train is due in New York at 11:53 a. m. The theatrical who was released last night the penitentiary on said the first thing he would do when he reached New York would be to attend a have a longing to get back to the he just before stepping on the train with his his Jim and Mrs. Alice - with T. V. casting came from New York to be with Carroll when he was with a mass of freckles on his Carroll was in high good humor as he started back to the work that he knows and He said he might take up his theatrical work immediately on his or as soon as he could control of the threads of business which he dropped when he came to prison several months With his he posed for several pictures on the observation platform before the train pulled out of the terminal station I was sent to prison I was late every morning in getting he I found myself awake at the prison time of 5:30 and I couldn't go back I think the habit wil force me to continue this was mind and I am not denying for I was he said in a talk with as the mind does not choose to dwell on an unpleasant I will try and forget as speedily as possible and I have no whine in coming into the outside 26 ARRESTED AS OFFICERS TAGE RAIDS Oct. 21.- men and hail been arrested shortly before midnight tonight in a staged by County Sheriff Jeff Adams and County Attorney George T. Bell boys and hotel occupants of private alleged to have been operated as and were arrested on bench warrants signed by Superior Judge M. T. Evidence ior the wholesale which county authorities at midnight said was not completed was secured through a squad of operators employed by the county who made wherever possible and then signed affidavits of sale on which the information was seen at the trial in the Distri i of Columbia supreme court are In at the upper left left to Mirlin W. New 1 ork mollier of and Upper right Is former Secretary At lower left are the two hobbed jurors Tiny are Miss Bern ice K. Heaton telephone exchange and L. who works for a piano At the lower right is Attorney Willi mi J. representing Believe Canadian Aviator et With Air Tragedy STORY OF LONG OCEAN FLIGHT TOLD BY RUTH Oct. 21.-(AP) Ponta Ruth chatting with r. group of friends and hew among them a representative of a Lisbon gave a recital of ' her flight with her which will be published here Miss Elder said that her vague idea of crossing the Atlantic took full form only through the persuasions of her friends that she should make such a and they offered her a plane for this This decided to the difficulties prior to the start of the both aviators were greatly exhausted when the machine finally took the During the entire Odd Bits Of News Gathered From AH Parts Of Country she because of the weight of the the plane showed a constant dency to nose obliged the aviators to take turns in making their way as deftly as possible toward the tail in order to maintain the incline and After thirty hours of the Miss Elder was exhausted and slept heavily for two when Haldeman awakened Pie asked she to thump him on the back hard to prevent him from falling Then they discovered a leak in the oil feed and oil spread all over the It became necessary to diminish speed from 120 miles to 70 Eventually they resolved to descend on the stormy and seized the opportunity when the Dutch steamer was When they had been taken aboard the the explosions and burning of the plane soon and Miss Elder confessed to having wept when she saw her beloved plane swallowed by the tempestuous then and there she bound herself solemnly to make a new attempt to cross the Atlantic if no other woman did so Coast Court Gives Life The Associated NEW displayed in the natural history of the Brooklyn museum is what the average farmer would casually as a not unusual specimen of the black Sumatra breed of The distinguished position given the according to Dr. the is warranted because is a hen George B. curator of after conscientiously laying eggs for a number of wearied of the role assigned by nature and became a The exponent of feminism came from the yards of Dr. M. S. of Penn change was by a of sweeping tail red handsome and the alteration of a modest cluck to a The growth WASHINGTON have been found by army to have that would Filipino feet a board of racial cramped by the wearing of regulation army so henceforth members of the Philippine scouts will array themselves in special About 10.000 pairs of shoes been to fit the chie to tribal are and stubbier than the American thicker at the broader across the and slimmer at the SAN the i of the Belgian Congo have just about lest their appetite for the Rev. W. H. for the Christian chruch in I Mr. Holder spoke at a district convention of the church i The last recorded cannibal j feast he could recall was about la year On that he j a native was the piece It bad been about 12 years since a white man went into j the and he a trader who | had been with the i the missionary FOREST SERVICE | PLANE MISSING Oct. Fears for the safety of Count j Jacques De forestry ice and his who have been missing were expressed here tonight following definite of a piece of an airplane found at Sandy as belonging to the count's The piece of an airplane 13 feet found on the shore of the St. Lawrence river at Sandy Matane an aviator of the French Canadian Aviation Company messaged officials adding that the section was a part of De and also that the rudder of the missing plane was found at about the same Count De well known for his flying exploits since the early days of and his left Gaspe Val Brilliant last Tuesday on a flight to obtain data for map He was supposed to make a flight of but 75 miles and according to G. C. chief of the forestry it is not unusual for planes used for surveying in that to be unheard from for two or three j j When De Lesseps was first reported officials thought l that tbe plane probably had been forced down to avoid the storms j that have raged in eastern Quebec j for the past several days Oct. 21.-'(APX but persistently government oil counsel are weaving the web which they hope will force Albert B. Fall or Harry or to take the witness stand in the oil conspiracy trial in the District of Columbia supreme Their plan of campaign began to develop clearly today as they again blocked defense counsel in their repeated efforts to explain away or weaken the government's case hy carrying prosecution witnesses on cross far beyond the field opened up by direct The lawyers for the former interior secretary and the wealthy oil operator became most persistent in cross examining K. C. a former government about a report he made to Fall in 1921, that there was no immediate danger of extensive of teapot In offering written report to government counsel stipulated that it was not offered as an accurate presentation of facts but merely to show that such a report was made by who has contended that the danger of drainage was the impelling of the leasing of teapot dome to Martin W. Littleton of New York on behalf of moved to the attack today for the defense in place of George who carried the brunt ot the bitter fighting on but he had only little more success than his him stood Owen J. of who is conducting the government's case with former senator Atlee Pomerene of Littleton sought to show that Heald made an erroneous report and that this was the reason Fall did not rely upon it. Roberts objected and was sustained by Justice Siddons time after time in a proceeding which frequently brought laughter from counsel and * Roberts finally told the court that it was important for the government to show only that such a report was that it was for Fall to explain why he did not act upon it. With that Justice Siddons Having won this one they regard as highly government counsel next turned to an effort to get before the jury evidence which Sinclair gave before the senate oil four years Defense counsel interposed vigorous the question was argued for two hours and Justice Siddons took it under j LOS j Oct. 21 Another life sentence in the penitentiary was assessed against Earl H. known to police as in Superior court here making a grand total of 1(54 years following convictions on various two other life sentences were imposed besides several sentences for first and second degree burglary and burly policeman got stuck today in a hole by which a thief had broken into a grocery store through a A brother officer called the proprietor of I he store to extricate The robber escaped with between and DRAWS PRISON Oct. 21 - Convicted of manslaughter for slaying her husband with a rolling B. Mumford was sentenced to serve from two to lour years in This belief has not yet been abandoned despite the finding of the piece of the It. was pointed out that if De Lesseps was forced down near Sandy he could hardly have landed without being seen by some of the river craft which ply the St. Lawrence Both it was were equipped with life Mormon Delegation Is En Route To Arizona LOS Oct. 21.-CAP)- A delegation of officials of the church of Salt Lake City arrived here this morning and left Tonight en route to to participate in the three days dedication of a new Mormon President Herbert J. Grant of church headed the described as the largest ever to leave the Utah city en During the day here they were taken on a sight seeing which included visits n Hollywood motion picture studio and movie on page 2) 7 ' Commissioners Of Railroads Favor Farmer Rate Cut Oct. 21 opposition to repeal to the the 39th annual convention of the National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners went on record today as favoring relief to the farmer as provided in the measure until proper rates shall have been fixed by The which concluded its sessions also urged the inclusion of text books in schools and colleges which give an unbiased and course in public A resolution asking Congress to amend the Interstate Commerce act to provide for the division of the United States into 11 districts with representation from each was referred back to the executive committee for further I O. P. chairman of i the railroad and warehouse mission of In an address urged that crop condition reports issued by the federal and state governments and state universities be stopped by congressional He asserted that such reports were merely food for 7537
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