Twin Falls Daily Times, February 12, 1925

Twin Falls Daily Times

February 12, 1925

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Twin Falls Daily Times (Newspaper) - February 12, 1925, Twin Falls, Idaho IAILY TIMES IDAHO WEATHIR probably rain or snow tonight and Fri day moderate f FEBRUARY NtBtBEft OLD XIIL 85 RSD1E Slayer of Family Must Die on 13th One Hundred Thirtytwo German Miners Killed by Explosion arid by Gas Fpl v lowing Mothers Wait With Children for Fa thers Threats hundred and thirtyone miners were killed in a mine explosion at Dortmund shortly before one of the worst disasters in German Industrial Several rescue cutting their way Into the gas filled shafts in search cf possible survivors were Of the 138 miners trapped when the blast let only seven were out The entire industrial around Dortmund plunged into gloom by the and crowds gathered in ah ugly mcod at the mine en threatening to lynch di Tho German sent its condolences Pitiful Scenes Pitiful scenes were enacted as scores of wives and with children at their clamored to be allowed to enter the pit mouth and help the hundreds of volun teers who were risking their lives in the Rescue workers with torches and oxygen tanks had to cut their way rpcks to the rear death chamber where the explosion buried most of the A series of ex plosions had blown a score of min ers to pieces and blocked entrance to the second and third levels of the Damp then caved In tho wallsofa pit where survivors hud together arid more than 100 Others were asphyxiated into one gaseous pass ageway rescue including apparatus certainly picked an auspicious clay for the was the succinct comment today of John Kammerer when wbrd was given him that Governor Small had refused to stay of execution antlt thai ha tomorrow for killing a family of Kammerer killed and Otto Ederad their three children because Eder had failed pay back a loan of the thirteen will be executed in the JluPage county jail here by one of the 12 Todd Lincoln is the Only Direct Link Between Ab raham the Great and Present Generation Son Is and gas tH wall found chalked on Midnight Nine of us still Last Sun bora The nine were found hud together in a heap at the end Mulling snowit sent rivers in JJew New Jersey nml Tchn Hylvniiiu raging to stage IiHreaNlngcold In some sec tions was expected to alleviate lite situation before The Delaware rlvw was lit flood stage In New Jersey as was the Unritmi mid along the latterAVfre while sev eral bridges were likely to go out unless the waters IVMOiiH were taken from heir homes In boats ut where the East Canada Creek Hooded its banks and an Ice gorge Tim Allegheny river was oh a rampage and the Baltimore and Ohio jnrds at Ilttsburgh were un der Convict Prevented Break in Penitentiary of Belief CANON unknown convict was believed today to have prevented the escape of two fellow convicts from the state peni tentiary here last Convicts Reardon ami botl confined in a hospital attackec George a with a table leg and were making good theii escape when the alarm at the end of the ward was set clanging Both men were recaptured and put in close j Officials at the prison believe the of the Shaft from which they had d b a who tried Vainly to escape as the gasses happened to be near tne ho8pita firemen and police came from neighboring cities at when rescue work actually got under By 1 110 bodies had been brought up from the Some of these were so charged and muti lated that they i were identified only by tags or by numbers on Victims Hurled Many The explosion appeared to have hurled some victims a distance of breaking them to pulp Many hours work lay ahead before rescue workers dould to all the way shafts and cer tain thatno one remained alive in some distant The cause of the catastrophe was laid to sparks from a machine in one of the igniting the gafises In the Fire broke out following the blast and was raging in one shaft as late as 1 Dortmund is in the great region of the SUhr and was occupied by French troops befpre evacuation last The mine iji which the explosion occurred1 is owned1 by Minister Stem of tlie cast gloom community for it was the second disaster of two weeks Recently an express running at a into an 4ac commodatwn train crowded iwjtjh workers in wooden eknifhg r M WILL LKCTUBE 0V NEW William Mon Vickman was knocked unconsciou by the blow the table bu ils condition was not believed to be Editors Todd Lin son of Abraham and the only direct link between the Great Emancipator and the pres ent has lived in strict est seclusion for On the anniversary of Abraham Lincolns birthday the United Press procured a closeup of this in teresting Lincoln Todd mw in his 82nd IK failing In The doors of the quaint old colonial louse here where he lives with his wife and servants are closed to all except bis most intimate friends and lehind them ho patfted his declining years in seclusion as ordered by his Lincolns major activity Is colre sponding with historians and public ists who write him to inquire details his fathers In this he is keenly painstaking and has aid of one of the most complete collections of books and documents on Abraham Lincoln in the The bearded old the last liv ing link with the Great Is very modest about his heritage and his own which included a cabinet four years as minister to England and high places in the His mind is still very alert and since his retirement in he has remained a member of board of the Pullman Company and Chicago t OURSCORE and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this a new conceived in and dedi cated to the proposition that all men are created Now we are engaged in a great civil testing whether that or any so conceived and so can long We are met ona great batdefield of that We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that the nation might It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do in a larger we cannot cannot cannot hallow this The brave living and who struggled here have consecrated it far above our poor power to add or The world will little nor long what we say but it can never forget what they did It is for us the to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before from those honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in this under shall have a new birth of that government of the peo by the for the shall not perish from this November Comm sion Men and Brok ers bundling Farm Prod ucts Should Be Licensed Says Idaho Memorial City Elections Changed Eating House Employes Health Bill THREE MEN ARE BURIED UNDER EARTH He reads TONG WAR RAGES IN CHICAGO ones aim is tons warfare is a paying busi John of told police Clark is under ar rest on the charge of having partici pated in tong wars in many large cities as agent of the Hip Sing The rate of pay is for a mur for wounding a victim and for fchopting up a he told Clark has been hunted In many etites of the but he eluded arrest until politic stumbled on him Police announced that Clark had confessed to having acted as the pay off man and chauffeur for Hip Sing killers and that he took part in five magazines and the latter chief ly biography and He is especially interested in English papers and books which remind him of his days there as a He shakes his head over the changes havoj come over England since his friend Gladstones Lincoln has never written a history of his father and probably never Hid reason is that he collaborated with Nicolai and John who were Abraham Lincolns secretaries in the White House and told them all he thought ought be He ranks Nicolal and Hay above everythingwritten of his though he has helped many others arid admires some of their Before bo injured his he was an ardent golf Astronomy now monopolizes his spare as his This absorbing avqcatlon has made him very particular on the subject For years he has had all the clocks in his home setdaily by Unit ed States Naval Observatory1 time Lincolns last public appearance was at the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial in Three men are reported burled under tons of earth following the collapse of an artificial cave on Spring six miles north west of A rescue squad led by Marshal Cheney left here for tho scene early Heavy rains washed out the road between Helen and the cave and almost half the distance must be traveled on PAGANISM IS MARCffiNGWEST WILL OF YEAST KING SHOWS SAYS BISHOP SIXTY MILLION Julius Flelsohmimn lieaves In Captain ot His Yacht in Mill iff Wealthy Ywmt Paganism is marching This is the warning cry shouted to England and America by the Bishop of one of the Jlineola will of most noted of British as be Flewchmuim who died i Ml Influenza Cases in London Number Forty Thoiiaanjl NEW William won ntirB alsh WflB are m the stop of an epidemic that is spreading Forty London school children are Irifluensin in some cases less than half tho average attendance being In the Arrested for Drunk but Dies of Stroke of Apoplexy Later for died a short time afterwards from Buckingham was arrested yestor and confined in Ten hours when he failed to sober Police Surgeon Sam Goldhammer ex amined himand announced he suffering from at stroke of apoplexy and had never been He was taken to a hospital where he died eprly opened the ninetyeighth annual Isl ington Clerical conference ut West The pagan gods of Britain are fighting us with the odds in their said the We are on the edge of a He pointed to half a million lost as a sign of the One Thousand Die of Famine in YunNan Columbia has been chosen to deliver the 1925 Lecture at the University of California Janu ary it was 1WPUH m with alarming the disease is comparatively The influenza has serious ia on society dha Many tutfcilqns1 een abandoned and many conunAttees iack Quorums as their members are stricken with ttw districts throughput to laoftjfcHlM tentfary we revealed today Jjutfte trial F deppsed and Lawrence John captain of the prison and later acting P deputy ty den wh deposbdTi d had tjnoin1 WHU9 w ft for special aria his fatger Fred had all the CfKnfcMt of good bptel den One thousand perspna died this week at Chao Tung Fu victims of an preoedently serious famine in the province of according to a Central News dispatch from Tien JHardings Recalls When He Lincoln father of the late presi recalled today the August morn ing in 1804 when he met Abraham Lincoln in the White I am a Buckeye and I want to shako hands with I told the aged phy sician The president strptqneo himself at full length and replied TURKEY MONEY EMBEZZLED BY RUPERT MAN Special to the with embezzling in money for Tarman was held to the district coiut under Tarman owns a farm near Rupert and it is barged that he and his were in partnership in the urkey that ho sold the tur keys for and failed to torn Over communicants Is an era of paganism beginning in Biitam he We aie faced with a recrudescence of some thing very similar andvery deplor We are also faced to some tent with the failure of the The he changed the whole situation in Ibis There lias settled on the community a profound with things as they are and a inchoate longing to set them Tho great mass the people of this land have either considered and found no use for or they have accepted at the hands of oth ers the notion that it is Prom what they have Been of the churches they are indisposed to think that the help they need is to be found The reason for this lies partly In the failure and in capacity of the church and party in the materialistic methods in the life of Individually and cooperatively we seem to IJve on the edge of a A great laughs at A sudden strike or look February was filed in thr surrogates office here The size of the estimated at over not given in the which declares there is no real estate and that the personal property is over To Frank in partial rec ognition of his long and faithful serv ices as captlan of various yachts T have the will gives IValter his received John his re land and Scotland there is a severe epidemic as Rains Do only none tell them back hpme that yon1 saw the nttridsomest in am always glad to see a The cuext time Harding entered the White Bouse ii wtfs to Visit his general Strike when arrives he share to the he He denies CONGRESS TODAY ceives and John a stably Tito executors of the will are di rected to set aside in cash and securities for distribution among charitable and educational institu The executors were directed to sei aside in trust for William M whose relationship to the testator was not Employes of the Fleischmann Com pany iii Shares o common stock of the th to be made by the testat ors i 12 The house com pi iiil i wo thinlK af ilss third read i tak I mi mi Of these niiii were probably j tishiiiK congress to re I quire ilii of commission I incrrlmiis and brokers handling 1 farm and a health bill re n ri ilicaies of freedom from i cMiniiitmicahlf diseases to be held liy employes in eating Both ilir former Tin1 had juiSHed two of a iii hljliway bills at the IHIIIM IM and lho olhers will bo aiiiil liidiiy hiiiisibill changing ihi miiiiicipul elections from In and the begin ning ul riiy fiscal year from May In also despite un iaHincsH Hhowii iii the Ada county which fnsind trouble aft er introducing a city government bill and withdrew ii Armistice Day to He Komi if the oilier bills passed by the hinifie were house bill county commissioners mln ics and rortiflcates of municipal to he filed with the board Of utilization house bill inking Armistice day a legal holi ay house bill making vailable for use within the county ul under supervision of the state igliway bureau balances in funds pportloned from the state highway uid in 1919 and 1921 and house ill making the minimum eslgnated for state highways fi Slate Fair Bill Up The house will have on final assage Friday Its bill carrying an ppropriatlon otr ISBiOOO for revlv ng the Jtlho a bill byt S commits suicide after a All these things are part of the self same intricate Money is Unemployment seems to have become Marriage is a problem or is post The struggle for existence la fiercer than and the re sult is immersion pleasure and csfllous Considers independent offices ap propriation Agricultural committee continues of presidents agricul commission arm relief pro Commerce committee takes up riv ers and harbors Interstate commerce committee akes up Wood lock and Humphrey Couzens committee continues in vestigation ot prohibition Considers legislative appropriation Appropriation committee deficiency appropriation BaSrklngifind committee The gods fl in for thefr own and thSyiSeton to be fighting with the Qdds iln the jQdds oonsidOTsi iwy calendar credit RUPERT FARMER IS WORSE CASE IS POSTPONED Special t6 the Times ot torn for the wolse in the condition ot William victim of a shooting for which Carskadorf was ttrrested charged with assault With a deadly weapon with intent to the hearing Of the latter was postponed until next weelt by Probate Judge Hardy late yes WbMe recovery Cole Actress Threatens to Sue Producers for Vulgar Play NEW Yorl plays have gone of which have caused members of tin audience to walk out and the polic to walk but something approachlnj the limit appears to have been reach ed in A Bad Helen the to go on with her Theatre goers who shivered at th nudity of Leoftore Ulrlc in The Hai coughed embariassedly a of Ladies ot the Eve at tho disclosuies i Bhnoii Called blanched i r considers is it deemed prudent J to await pbould he die Je 1 the1 it t silenceWhen Miss MacKella mouthed the obscenities of her pait I the And says Mis iff too much foi any act ress to put up So she has given Al Woods an William producer of Bad Woman five days in whic to find a If they tail t do sho will sue them for jcopai dining her career by forcing hoi play such a Miss MaeKellars objections to play Ing Eileen the good ba woman of the cast an interes ing light upon just how far an actres should be required to go in dopictin especially life of the neglige and gin I dont mind playing the part ot a if 1 can show her the actress What I object tor really there some things life that Brooks of Twin Palls for state nance of dog and a com nitlee bill for sterilization ot Ini sane and other mental Kioess Takenfor Recess was taken by the house to our At two oclock bottl louses assembled on the capitol stepj o attend in a body the funeral of late Representative Galbreaithi i and the four oclock session was a joint program in honor of Abraham M Senate ReceivesSeven iWUu The senate received seven new one of which amends many sections fcClj the workmens compensation lawvbutsl in minoi and killed unimpoi taiu adjourning to the Galbealth funeral and Lincolni day It will have a of 21 bills for passage heaviest of thesession and at the of this list will be senate bill by placing auto regulation of the utilities slon Two house bills si the enloroement of also bo up in the senate of ti tan Qreat island which has aie icpoi ted of f subsisting chiefly on sea leflo the imagjn i Woods and bejleve that Miea MacKeJlar ft woirians natural aversion Vo the part before her ultltntttum AT TH15 MOtBTH OF wai d the rock prlsott lins had reached ft AjnAim of least dug along i r1 MvUJt ;