Twin Falls Daily News, September 19, 1926

Twin Falls Daily News

September 19, 1926

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Twin Falls Daily News (Newspaper) - September 19, 1926, Twin Falls, Idaho ftf Attorney Representing Forriier Temple Srator Asks Immunity ffor Ormiston By tho Associated LOS Semple evangelist who dis appeared while swimming the Pacific ocoan and appeared in Arizona saying Hhe had been will be arrested Monday on charges nt crimiaal conspir acy and preparing false if she continues to improve The warrant is ready as soon as the evangel ist is pronounced well enough to make tho trip to the municipal Her mother and doctor said today the evan gelist probably will conduct services to morrow night in the Angclus A new offer to surrender Kenneth radio wanted in connection with the MrPhcrson was received at lie district office from who has been representing The offer came after it mud at the dis trict attorneys office that Ormiston had completely ducked from It was made in a statement in which llahn JINO said that lie thought Orinis ton should be granted immunity if hi The Halm statement f in part Public Entitled to My opinion is Ihal lie public is en titled to be the facts concerning McPhersun and OrmistonM activities during the period of their absence and from the time they left Carmelbythe Sea nnlil the time Mclherson reappeared nt By virtue of the fact that Mc Pherson poses as a leader in the as a pretended guardian of chastity and a campaigner against the jictions between herself and Ormiston take it out if the class of pri vate This being the I contend triat the provisions of the law empowering tho attorney to grant has Hs Mwliwit ion now rict For this it is my opinion that immunity should be granted to Ormiston and I will surrender May Conduct McPherson remained in bed but her condition was much improved and she hoped that she would be able to re appear in tho Angclus temple pulpit for services tomorrow it was an nounced by Minnie her Sister Aimeo is much the mother Her who is a life long friend and chairman of tle issued the following statement Her condition very much McPherson passed a very good Temperature almost normal this morn Infection has stopped is feeling happy and hopes that she willbe able to speak in her regular services tomorrow The said that it cannot be determineduntil tomorrow afternoon whether she wilt be in condition In the services will continue at the temple by other speak Trial Adjourned Saturday Noon Without State Having Com pleted Presentation of Evi dence Defendant JACOB qf New who was captured killed by bandits near Mexico FEAR FOB SAX IP the absence of official us to whether Oenornl Alvaro who is known to have participated In n clash in Honorii with the revolting Yaqiii In is alive or friends hero of the former president of Mexico today expressed eonccru for Hi is Torrential Blast of Rain Rav ages Wide Area in State At Least Two Lives SIOUX Flood waters which today inundated thousands of acres of land in the Floyd river north of Sioux City and caused loss in property and live stock estimated at hundreds of thou sands of dollars jftfje sweeping jrito the outskirts Sioux City ff Storm clouds which ridden Septembers neltinir west with flood ana disaster irom Ohio and Neb left a gaping wound today in northwestern A blast of wind and lightning ravished a wide area last night and taking at least two inundating acres of crop laden farm uprooting lines of traffic and communication and visiting its havoc on four counties north of Rioux City near the IowaNebraska Valley Property damage was estimated above two million dollars with and Chero kee counties the Hain of almost unprecedented severity sent the Sioux river up 18 feet in H hoiirs and flood the valley of the Floyd The dead are 1Vnchmamv re tired business who was drowned in front of the Hnwarden city hall when ho fell into a gutter as the flood wept into the business and By the Associated every indi cation that the case of Mary charged with first degree murder for the alleged poisoning lnj second husband Curl will con tinno until Friday or Saturday of next the tiial was discontinued at noon today until Monday af lev the presentation of the major part of the states At least one day mid probably two will be required by the state in its effort to beyond a reasonable doubt that Carl Crumroy was murdered by the defendant through the administration of States Thus far the state has produced evi dence of the presence of the ac of poison fly paper from which the defendant is charged with distilling poison and the motive of the the alleged desire of the defend ant to collect a life policy naming her as the defense will make no an nouncement of the plan it intends to crossexamination lias been de signed to preclude the possibility of poison having been administered by Crumroy and that death could have resulted from any number of The defense luis also dcvolnped that postmoitem examinations in them cannot be considered us1 conclu sive evidence of the cause of m tracts For Signboard Space At North Pole Made Tacoma Man iets Commander Byrds Signature on Agree ment for Advertising Eelnnive contract to erect signs at North Polo hiis been given to a Tacomii man repre senting a national advertising by Lieutenant naval aviator who ioiupiered the The contract reads thai the an nual ciiiisiiloriltioii slrill be payable iminertlajely alter the first signs are wrote out the form of con tract and mailed it Jo llyrd on May the letter having followed the aviator over the Tnited States and just recently coming to his alien lie the contract returned nd Bailey Lee Is Chosen Candidate For Jigh Court to The Judge Bailey Lee of Burley WAS named on the sixtyfourth ballot taken by the re publican Etate centra committee in session early this morning as candidate for the state supreme court to taKe the ploce on the re publican ticket of Chief Justice William who died Septem ber Judge tees opponent for the nomination was District Judge George Edgington of Idaho Hugh Baker of Rupert was named to take the place of Judge Bailey Lee as candidate lor judge of the eleventh judicial dis trict on the republican Station Platforms and Tracks Lined With Cheering Throngs as President Passes Through New York llv the Associated and Coolidge relumed to the cap ital tonight at after an all day journey by special triiin from their vacation camp in the Miami Great Storm HuMn Toll 70 Eito Pathologlsts Testimoiiy of Homer mid Whites Imprisoned Town ig Starvation TwentyOho Americans and Hve JEuropeans Are Sealed Up Writlt Chinese Defenders in ioijf iwcp Xbia Railroads suffered A freight train on the Minenupolis maha line was wrecked when it rah nto washout near lore than 4000 feet of filmois Central rack between Sheldon and Matlock nd near Merrill were washed Rail oad service northward from Rioiix ity was Kfje miles of ago Milwaukee Paul track was vawlied out or under water south of I a Starva tion threatens twentyone Americans five Europeans sealed up with the Chinese populace of Wuchang by the besieging armies of tho red Cantonese Two weeks bombardment and assault have failed to wrest city from its northern army the Cantonese hayo completely blockaded it and set tied down to starve it into submission Chances for relief comes owe believed Wuchang must There two faint chances of The first and most is that Marchal Sim Chuang uilei of eastern may be able to push troops past iOpppBing Oantoneses forces 150 miles iidolyn the Yangtse nvei frein JfcTJias entered alliance with vWti troops aic tlie defend of edJejJond remote chance is that Ju may bring aidP iJJankOw across tho i Wu Tu is receiving at Ms 70 he faced by southern pathologist of Twin Fayre Kenagy of related to tests and three autopsies Kenaghy corroborated of other physicians that onditions and syinptoniH attending death indicated Ormnroy continues tqi anticipate a favorable vVrdWt by the DISTRICT MS LUD INDIAN lrlL What Twin Falls Commissioners Pro pose Joint Session With of Knth 10yearold j Board tO WOfk Out Indian who was put on a train at Fort Indian Mon September for the Indian school near Salem This is what is being asked by Superintendent With view to reaching an agreement James Cheniawa superin on a program for improvement of a gup the VellowstoneYoaeinite high way extending1 Kogerson in Twin Fails to Wells in Elko a distance of about A letter to two sisters of the girl at the from the said the girl was put on the train September MINING MEN GATHER FOR CONVENTION IN DENVER ng ten western statw were arriving tonight for the opening pf the annual western states convention of the American Mining congress which opens Sessions independent of the parent also will be held during he weekby the American Institution Mining and Metallurgical Prodnoers assouatiou of roleuni HuhfirJ societary of the and Congressman ter of Wyoming tire among apf r dlscuea the public lands T T the Soott FREIGHTER SOUNDS SAN Sept Tho freight steahiship bound from San Francisco for sent out calls for aid from her position 20 miles south of off tlfe Ore gon coast message said the vessel had lost a propeller and was slowly adrift toward the Aid was expected from the steamer Rose City which answered the call and was due in the vicinity about The Northland is owned by the Atlas steamship Would Extend All Rights Enjoyed Council Membjers All rights enjoyed by nations holding seats in the council of the league of nations in con nection with requests for advisory opin ions from the world court of justice iylll be extended to the United States if that country decides to adhere to the Such was the decision tonight as the committee of fourteen of the world cortrt delegate conference which reach ed to accept all the Amer ican reservations as interpretative of the f lie agreement will bo submitted in e middle of next week to the plenary conference and if the committees de cisipn is ratified the United States will be informed that the nations signatory to the world courtdo not know whether requests for advisory opinions require i Unanimous or a majority vote of the leftgue The text of the fifth reservation seems to indicate United States had proceeded the theory that unanimity ia requir 90 TwinFalls highway district coinimssioncrs endeavor ar range a joiat meeting at Elko with the Elko county if was decided by the Twin Falls district commissioners in regular ses sion here Improvement of the road is regarded as a matter of grat importance be cause of the number of travelers pass ing over the and the largely increased vol ume of travel over the road in coining Twin Falls End Graded Approximately miles of the pro pOMd improvement is situated in Twin Kails and this portion of the road has liciu It remains to surf act1 the graded road in order to pjcvcnt development of chuck The roid 61 Nevada passes through a rough and mountainous the Contact copper mining where considerable expensive improvement work will be Secretary Stuart Taylor was di rected by the Twin Falls board to communicate at once with the Elko commissioners in regard to the pro The board at its meeting Saturday authorised an additional appropriation of for purchase of salt to bo used in cooperation with Twin Falls county bureau of noxious weed con trol in combatting iioxious weeds on the highways within the Contract also was awarded to the Gem State Ijumber company for a car load of bridge bid of per 100 feet being ON liOAIM COOL UK KS SIIOCIAL continuous was 1resldeat Coolidge today by citixeiiH of New York state as his spe cial train pasHcd from the AdiVondacks to the Mohawk and Hudson river val in daylight hours on its wav to Itclimung from his vacation of niorr lliHii 10 weeks in north Coolidge fund the Hint ion plat forms and the tracks lined with people as he enter ed the more populous and with he was kept on the rear platform of his observation cur much of the time acknowledging the greet Excellent Coolidge never appeared In better form refreshed by his outdoor of the he wan in excellent spirits as he sped toward Washington and with hat off and ready he threw his hand up repeatedly to the people upon spying lifted their hats and up shouts of enjoyed the ex perienc and with the two White House Rob Roy and Prudence in leash on chattod with at tjie as trhf prrtttVtOnh shook hands right and Botfi sho and the president paid special attention to the school children who were at every station with American lags in their Exchange Undertaken from the declared pin ose of giving the president an inpor to See the Mohawk and Hudson ver valleys by the trip was ar angcd with few scheduled but i response to urgent requests raphed the summer White House at aul Smiths and the train en it or more stations were selected or the train to run through at fiva lies an This gave the residents a opportunity to up a shout of reeling and the president and to wave the acknowledge At the larger where 10 minute tops were city and county ations boarded the train to extend off icial when republican were prominently in evidence in the rowds which jammed about tin obser ation e Gale Wreaks Havoc ern Coast Pajnake All Boats in Harbor Sunk and By Associated KW following ceivecl here early this morning by Tropical from Miami Miami is in ruins after worst hurricane in 70 known Property damage than 2000 buildings including bank Miami City docks completely destroyed and alV boats including steamship formerly by medical supplies and tfoops The message was sent from a makeshift radio station hi after the six 450 foot of the Tropical Rndio had been blown William in Course of Address at Rupert Warns Against Secret TJiffi was for the closest vessel to was picked up by thd at Mobile and to ffi The Siboney was to broadcast tho news of the The local station said that j sago was received at McifBlJjpq last station are of the blow hit Miami 1Viday yesterday morning since been unable to establish wirh their station there plenaryconference will point out to the United States that in any whether unanimity o a majority j vote Is found to be the United States will havrthe same rights as members of the OF HALTING REBELLION ment is confident that the upria the Yaqui Indians in Sonora will Troops are being from ot tbe repnb til jMAMjL Coast Physician Is Jails Sole Inmate Bail Reqqest Denied Paul Charged With Administering iMsoii to 5eld in BOBT an attempt to gain his liberty before Superior Judge Halstou here Paul physician at neat i wt Ijvuwi Olallalu county jailfon a churgo of murdering his wjffe with Ho id tho mly ocftUpint of f tho Moore died July Vune Shippers of State Reorganize To Aid Marketing is Idaho runo Shippers association has changed ts name to theIdaho associn ipn and has outlined comprehensive trogram for prune and apple t was announced today by B state commissioner of agri who has been working with th shippers in the interest of improved Commissioner Kjosness was author zed at a nieeting of the shippers to name a committee of ten to survey the entire prune situation with a view pf suggesting The commissioner suggested possibility of levying ft cent a suitcase On the prune crop for effect ing a marketing organization and rec ommeaded that apple marketing receive organized treatment as well as Retain president and Harry both of of the old were named to the same poptjs in the new association At the request of aeope pf ifr9 organuation trad enlarged to molude producers aa well aa Kjottiflsj eotannittee win mftko a comjjlote purvey of the Tn attribut ing the cause of the world wnr to ma chinations of diplomatic intrigue hnd the quest for military Senator William chairman of the sen ite foreign relations here his afternoon at the Rupert county grange declared that Hint e system of secret diplomacy cdii we will seein China in tho next the same condition vlilcli the worldlit ItflA The einn duty ApiVn the powers fd treat Chirm with equality and justice In no other way can pence be restored In the Reiterates Court This statement by Senator Was made during the course of his dis cussion on foreign in which ho reiterated his opposition to debt canceli lation and the world His refer ence to the CMiinese situation was as warning against secret the senator demanding that as a notify our leaders that we entitled to know what the actual si tiori is in every other country of Solution of the farm ator Borah can be accomplished through the evolving of a system where by tthe farmer can get his nte share the price paid by the ulti mate senator condemned the federal reserve banking system when the farmer is now suffering from the terrible deflation period enforced upon us by the federal reserve banking sya tern in Concluding his Senator Borah left nt onctf for DULUTH MEN TAKE ISSUE WITH STATEMENTS MADE is witnesses from Duliith to day took issue With the statements of Minneapolis witnesses supporting the proposed 5 cent rate cut on all rtii shipments of grain and flour fron Minneapolis to the east at session of the interstate commerci commission hearing hfre They were Charles secretary of the Dulutiv board of alii of the Capitol Elevator McDonald said Duluths growth n a market center resulted from unusual crop conditions and uot from cheaper rates to the east asMinneapolis witnesses AlaCarthy snid he 3d npt see Jiow the rite reducoou could help west and claim they need coWpete in sales of rflour the Jf give it in the they cannot give it uway in the west to tho The hearing Attaining in some i of 100 houi ainage toll behind wrecke the West Til ano which last nighit vasaau in the Bahumaa to t nst const of Florida j ver the Everglades and nsula into the Sulf Miami and JPalmS ond withjn tvro the Wesiern Unio received reportslo Beach through a s ark out the United It wan announced to find jpwt ijorisuming The oaaociotion on record in favor of 4 BO per cent increase ig the tariff on joining TeSas or produce Areas in deWarWg gency f ani over ft buildings tho heavy t Docks al reported to Jjavp to tlie A wirelesj ported a gfiho tude of sQUtl able jnarlno i schobhov by I 1 port along when from of extended kept vessels in Minneapolis millers grain ho 8 cut Q Robbera ;

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