Thursday, September 16, 1926

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Twin Falls Daily News (Newspaper) - September 16, 1926, Twin Falls, Idaho Is of wmmi Swollen Stream in Illirio floods By the Associated Pro iof almost daily way mark in the inM upon the crest new infefih voked by a general rainfttlliifli The downpour burst in sent rivers and crocks oh the fourth ramape in ITneontrollabio waters nciar Prince caught firojwnen a pipe line burst and spread three lons of on the swollen surface of The onrushing flames damaged timber and crops in milewide swath for 10 miles down irially burning out drop Bears brunt of the damage of lasl nights rain was borne by the corn crop already handicapped by more than two weeks of continuous Thirty per cent of Iowa M corn crop is the federal weather bureau of Des Moines unless frost holds off beyond October Small grain is still unthrOshcdin many and some of it is now re garded as beyond Rainfall which alrendy approxfmatoH 12 inches in many sections of Iowa and Missouri for the first two weeks of was swelled from one to four inches last night in these states nnd Michigan and South Ohio andIndiana also had scattered show Rainfall aecorda TKo first 15 days of themonth have brought more rainfall to most of con tral Illinois than the entire month 331 mndBore Two ybungmcn and a married woman mdther several were in jail today charged with Jos Biclinel when he ordered off a private lane on his farm last It is charged that the Clifford Johnson and Gilbert were in a parked with Jights turned out Rujhacl tfound Bichael was by a blow on the A who came to his was also struck on Bailey Lee fxplude From By tho Associated lied attending tho death it for whichhis is now on trial charged with first degree were detailed by two of the doctors who minintered to him during his Details of the three autopsies performed on Cnim roys body were such that Judge iJailey Lee ordered bailiffs to exclude all school children the court i The two principal Doctors Lelnnd and both of declared that symptoms of the dying on the niglrt preceding and the morning of his were such that Crumrov might have been Icilled through the administration of tin Waterworks iSSI Kitten met death bed of tho MissoTiri riveRiftjirtaHwlriy in a pro mature dvriiiinito in the v tunnel being howri tfe haii tolled all flay in the gfijr laden air of the reiuheagiho bodies of tho early All appar instnntlv bv thO fofW of which did to the of tliefvjlfims lived in Kan 81IS Yaquis and Troops Many Slain in Initial According tOAd vices to Ari zona Calles Behind Sonora Advices th the Herald from late today report heavy fighting ween tjie Indians and iHilitttpy af Crnf do 1ied 0 miles of Th Suspicious further declared that the Organization Adopts Resolution Requesting Noninterference in Mexican September any other year for Sent 15 figures are on and ninny com l have pleasured rainfall since up third Sptftembcf at an avefeiizeof inch the Ku Khix Klan adopted unan September at an of inch a Lirat i lfl HtorAi bcga jrJou ultuo inches of rain sept the tumultnous Spon river on a new career of x Tho flaming creek at Prineeville was reported from Ane source to have oaup Cid farmers who ignited theOil to stock from drinking polluted Volunteers fought the flames and saved farms near the flooded The pipe propertyof fcltio Vrajrie OR ballast was dumped along a rightof way near the Train A train was stranded Bar by the water that the tracks and flooded tlie The rain in the i Darlington was described as Burlihglion and Qumcy traf fic from Kansas City was said to standstill Iwtween HrtnV near the Missouri ami Farmers Jicar Augusta sought the nid on Page Two the Ku KJuX iiuously picious symptoms resulted in delay in I he signing of the states death certi ficate and certificates sent to tho life insurance Tho witnesses fur declared that prescriptions furn ished djd not contain any of the poison which the state charged Crumroy with The doc tors also stated that in all prob could not have resulted from an adhesion of the us discov ered by the first or from an overdose of n Cause Of Death On crossexamihatioUj Harmon K defense developed that Crumroys death might have re sulted from number of inolud Many were advices said Other dispatches Sjiid M largo hand Indians nonr Matoli was surprised Keyes Discusses Ar rest of Evangelist McPherson in Lipht of Mew Develop mentsT Start lly t ho Associated LOS Aimee Btctherson will be arrested Friday as the re sult of sensational charges tho Angelus temple pastorwas impli cated in attempts to manufacture evidence to Support her story of ft was learned TtOto an airthcrltative riource here At least two and possibly five other persons may bo arrested the samcj 1ndor orders ot Uistriot Attor ney ASH the same sourse indi an official previously had said that tho Imsls of any arrests be charges of subornation of perjury in fjuoricing others to mnko false affi LOS Attorney Asa Keyos today set in mo tho machinerv of his office for Whereafiouts CorrespondenceU Daughetty aiod known bvj investigation and collation of newly Mexican t roopit and virtunllv iinnihi tween the government nnd the hierarchy in Hiram imperial Thus another issue won drawn beHclared the cause of death could not i A a n Tin Ollt tween the klan and the Knights of Col ways be determined from n postmortem which have Appealed to dent Coolidge through Secretary K el Examination of the physicians occu fogg for intervention in the dispute bo pied the with the exception f of the reappearance Weldon Crpm 14yearold son of Carl Crumroy again teKtifieil that his stepmother OfThd appoint a special j admonished him tolling the doctors she giving Crumroy nerve and that both he and his stepmother took some of the but not out of the same present copy of the resolutions to Secretary Kellogg the state department this Text of As presented by the Michigan dele gation miltritlopted by the foliowp thaa 100 yqars thfi people of have been strug gling from Kuropenn political and in f luencesvl such if loyernor Alejo nf has grunted power by President Calles to prosecute war against the Va still other advices A portion of the fourth Mexican in fantry stationed entrained toilay miles t the south of TO USE MKXKO I ft Air planes nnd gas bombs will used against the Yaqui Indians new revolt in the state of Sononiv The Mexican war department also ordered out artillery cuvnlry and infantry from this aiid otjier points on the Thegenisral staff says it wHl rely upon air planes to tribesmen oat of their mountain strongholds with gas RENE Frenph who plans f this morn ing New York jto Paris non stop Unfavorable weather has eatned postponement of the start fof two Three others will accompany Captain Fonck in the giant biplane ievolopod information in the case of Aimoc Semple Angelus temple announcing that he and his aides had discussed the ques tion of whether the arrest of the evan gelist should be ordered and deter mined that decision on this move ed on i Tho investigation centered upon stntomonts of Lorraine Wisemnn Sielntf and Miss Bornice in dicating that attempts had been made tomanufacture cvidejice to support McPhersons testimony before the grand jury that sire had been kid Th6se two women said that money hud been given them from An gelus temple for their Locate Qnu of the major developments was prosecutions of Long FKIEi Ry the A NKVV IIH disappearance of ie between a ad n I ho former republican loemnn from todayiftt the trial tary general and John tary to King at the few days after ho Daugherty and lie swore that with hank and and all leniand for reimbjitrseinont have been REBELS OAPTtTEE if revolutionists have captured Halfway wjiich controls the chan nels between El the customs sta tion at If the revolution ists hold this position the garrison on Bluff will be in danger of starva tion pp provisions cannot be brought to the Giant Sikorsky Plane Takes Off at Dawn on NonStop Trip From to as one of her Miss said that Watts had no con n pet ion with the disappearance of the but had been cnosen blind Long Beach kiljed recently in an aiitq mobile to determine the sin cerely of Mclherson and whether it wns merely desired produce some one to give icreditibility to her story of Meanwhile the evangelist continued Continued on Page in which the andsquaU sacs of4 Mexicans ITS DANGEROUS TO ENCOURAGE EM Hold Attention of Presi4eirt Coa Nations Chief Executive Issues Proclamation Placing Em bargo on Arms Shipments From the United PAUL 15 ff Coolidge ftt tontion today to Nlcaragtian where poUticial mUitary disturb anees have and nrocla Ovation placed an embargo on the shipments of arifas and ammunition from the United States to that have liVed andcontinue to be it by of the Ku Klux Klan convocation that we sympathize with the present government of the republic of Mexico in its efforts to free the people frofji foreign to popu larize education of the musses and to establish a goverrimcnt of the y the people and for the Miit urther That it is the sense of his Knights of the Ku Klux Kin a that he government of the United States f America should in no wayinterfero n the internal affairs of Mexico ox ept for the protection of the rights if American citizens guaranteed by In ernational law or for the preservation if the Monroe from infringe the European adopting this the dan at its fiaal session made several changes in its constitution to make that nstrument more workable and the as sembled delegates bound themselves by lolenm oath to go hbmo and worship n the protestant churches every Sun flight from New to 430 this liieutoniipr L weather condi tionsneht theAnierican Sik orsky plane at dawn wifh theexpeCtatiiih of rising above local Lieutenant Ourtin Captain leader of the said he Lieiifcnant word and wouW at the hangar at this1 pre pared to leayc minutes in a bor and since thp documents tlioir wheroabotits arojunknoAvii Ibx Government jCJ tho letters exchanged by Dfti King as documents that much light on the allege i j Jesse former aide to The they tained stubs of two check each which allege was irttei in t ibSrty loan lii they allege King part of his share in tlie Bichard paid to refunded of of Metal company stinres seized trading with the rOvoftl gating wore sold L a Now York brokerage they i i After Dnrkui testified helped Kihg oral files im pt be Une act tip on flie roeom the and a brief an ont of the prtfclamation no was made on SELFAOCUSiO SLAYER BE SANE and a committee of al Thuysflay for Erdall of Mm 1 1 the to A mentsthat he said had disa sistant sistant neth P replied JL NEW Rend FoncK and his three whowill attempt a nonstop flight Jfejv jo Paris biplane today made a 00mile test flight in preparation for a possible ttfke6ff Lieutenant Lawrence assigned yesterday by navy department as and al ternate pilotLfor the piloted tlie huge craft for the first time Af ier the lasting an hour and 40 expressed eritlijiBiasni the biplanes altitude ot000 was Captain Fonck said Thjjjei that hopoff will be made dawn cate a clearing up of the bad i over the grandli New It tWs able condition that citiised postpone ment of the takAoff this REFUSES INJUNCTION IN BREAD ANP WATER CASE Injunction to restrain ficlals from continuing bread land water diet as part puntshwentjfor Jliquor law wis refused here Three others in jail on sim ilar sentences would have to continue their sentiences in view of the failure They ThomasNelson farmer Max in and Frod fifth days diet teffij All buj Dirks ful appeals for sentence Ten been the 20 4ajfrdtet thejBurttcoianty find notill his at