Twin Falls Daily Times, June 24, 1926

Twin Falls Daily Times

June 24, 1926

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Twin Falls Daily Times (Newspaper) - June 24, 1926, Twin Falls, Idaho 1 PAGES TO IDAHO 1VEATHEB Locnlly unsettled to night Friday con tinued warm VpLTME NUMBER United Press Asnoclatlont Leased Wire Service TWIN JUNE NliA FcHture Service Jtrat Jn the OLD Identification of Woman Evangelist Is Complete Will Go to Los Angeles My H Is Cries Mother Kennedy As She Enters Hospital Room Go Back to Flock in Pomp and Ceremony Detectives Are June God it is cried Minnie Mother Kennedy as she entered a little rooiri in the Calumet and Arizona hospital Sere this morning beside her evangel ist Aimee Semple McPher son With that the manager of Angelas Temple and its great ecclesiastical organization fell into the outstretched arms of her convalescent who reappeared here yesterday live after she was reported drown ed in the surf at Ocean For fully five minutes the twq clung to each while mutely stoHdjns with tears in their were the evangelists two Roll aid Cluiriers will leave bre within the next 24 hours iha specia to her tiisciplos in Angeles with great pomp and to the plans of her Minnie who is business man ager of Angelus million dol lar tabernacle founded by Mc announced this morning that was chartering a special train to return her famous daughter to south ern It is planned to have McPher son address lier multitude of follow ers at the temple in Los Angeles on Sunday Kennedy said To Probe Chief of Detectives Herman Cline nnd Deputy District Attorney Joe Ryan of Los aboard the same train us announc ed at the same time that they will question McPherson immediately upon arrival The evangelist reappeared here yesterday with a weird tale of kid naping by a gypsy five after her supposed drowning in the surf at Ocean near Los If McPherson was a victim of as she I shall in vestigate along criminal Jines and bring about proper prosecution of her1 said FARM FIGHT NEAR CLIMAX DawesMcNaryHaugen Bill Ex pected to Come Before Upper House Today for Final Juno The farm re lief vns defeated In sen Tinmeasure vns opposed by he administration anil eastern hud already been defeated in ho vxPefeai of the measure the considers Imi of iiimin islrutloii substitute Tlse vote vt as Industry Opposed to Farm Measure June Interests of the opposing the farm aid bill are fighting the that is feeding Senator New told tlje senate Jones declared that the wealth of the country is concentrated in states like New York and Ohio because the farmer has clothed fed big business cheaply and has paid tolls as a result of the high tar iff dn manufactured Senator Ari followed Jones fighting speech for the Haugon DARING PILOT IS REWARDED Comman der Richard Byrd yesterday report ed to his superiors and prepared to receive at tuelr hands an award for his achievement as the first aviator over the North President Coolidge and Secretary of the Navy Wilbur presented Byrd with the Hubbard Gold Floyd BennettKwho accompanied Byrd on received a gold The presentations were arranged by the National Geographic It the improved type of sun compass presented Byrd by Gilbert of the National Geographic which guided the daring pilot on his suc cessful wight the Pole and back trom ft likewise en abled him to determine his exact locatUm tit tho The HJubbard Gold Medal has been awardedtofouj other and only two other Commander Robert Peary deceived it in J906 following his discovery of the Pole and General Goethals was givea the award In 1914 by President The last medal was awarded in to WiUvjalmur Stefansson while Sir Ernest SJiaekelton was honored hy Its presentation in Byrd will tell of hia exploit at a tonight which wilUfaclude the President an4 mem bers catAnet members of the 4romhient scient goverpnieM and fellow I W June long fight over farm relief reached a cli max today as the DawesMcNary Haugen an entirely new legisla tive whereby farmers hope to market he surplus products at a prof it came before thu senate for final Tho bill a fflrni body broad powers to buy and with hold surplus production of corn and hogs fromthe market when the surplus threatens to reduce prices below reasonable levels was sched ulftd to come to a vote late this after Farmer sponsoring the measure and administration and east ern senators from industrial states op posing the both claimed victory before senate There was possibility that Vice President Dawes who braved Presi dent Coolidges displeasure to sponsor the Haugen will be compelled to cast the deciding vote for the DEFICIENCY MEASURE IS REPORTED IN Appropriations for Govern ment Activities in 1927 Include Idaho June The important second deficiency containing thousands of appro priations for government activities ind for public building in I litfiscal starting July was re ported to the today liy tho appropriations It will be taken Hi passed this week and sent senate for passage early next under present The measure includes about I for the firstyears buildings n the fiveyear public lulhlings program all ions for the District of Columbia and to buibl aj new roof and to make oilier repairs to tho While The approftriatioiiK include Regulation of commercial aviation eslabliHhmotiJ of aids to aerial navigation Transcontinental air mail fiscal year McPherson Leaves mnilOTD I fl I Hospital Ward to Pose NUUVI KIAL for Movie Camera Men June Aimee Semple who caused suffering Immunity to rise from wheel chairs at many of her divine healing made her first appearance outside the hospital hero today sitting in a wheel to he i evangelist amlld ami posed obligingly for the battery of camera representing news reel services ami McPherson collapsrd posing for newspaper men She was carried hack into the hospital by police officers and or dered kept in until had recovered frnni her1 A tour into old which Mclherson was o make with officers this afternoon in an effort to find the hut where she declares Klie was held captive bykidnapers was STRIFE GRIPS ALL ENGLAND One Million Attend Last POLICE CHIEF GOES ON TRIAL ted States embassy legation building program Construction Kiverside irrigation HAN Julie M Charged with murder in connection with the shame suicide of Thomas his wfe and two daughters j probably is the cheapest ind in j 7euaido former Tia district rigation of Boise itusih ir on WORK HOST TO CROWN PRINCE June Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Sweden will be entertained by Secretary of the Interior Work on July 2 When they arrive at Yellowstone their first stop in a tour of the national The daywill be spent in sightsee ing and in the evening Work will honor the royal couple at a dinner to which many distinguished citizens iiave been The guest list ncludes Governor Nellie of Senator and Lawrence Phipps of the presidents of large western railways and their high officials of Yellowstone Park and in Grand Canyon in Mesa in Colorado and Yosemite national park in Cali will also be visited by the crown prince and crown princess in the course of the IOWAN SEEKS HIS FREEDOM June who was brought to Bolse in March roni charged with ob taining money under false pretenses las applied to the Ada county dis trict court to have the charges set The defendant claims he was ar rested in returned here and confined in the county jail more than sixty days without being committed or given preliminary ex amination and that this was for the purpose of obtaining from him or hs divers sums of It is claimed the preliminary hearing has been postponed because Whitney has lot been able to raise money to pay ijs attorneys McCracken Is Called by Death June 21 Mc wife of Former Congressman Robert died at her home here after an illness of several Funeral aervitts will he Fri day and the body will be shipped to Blucktoot for McCracken wtis horn in Kentucky in 1S78 but has lived in Besides her tlftee daughters sur Ihlef of polilo ol is on dial before a Mcxihm judge in the border Mayor Fedcrico Pal ado announced According to the Tia Jnapa the I rial opened yesterday ai of the findings court is expected Two Are Luis saloon proprietor and one of his bartenders are codefend The Pet eel girls were attacked fol lowing anevening of dancing and drinking in company with Llanos it was established following the famj ilys A Chinese hotel keeper j and a porter at the saloon were held originally bril were following a preliminary Eighth Week of Mine Stop page Finds Unrest Grow ing Figures j Copywright llllti by Iress June I ndusl rial dis organisation today is spreading j through Great Britain as a nation i which founded its modern prospfril es complete i strike are their ilace is i he men i strangulation to which i must succumb unless llu i more produce weeks idleness 1 i come a ppa rcni gradual 1 Strike The strike still is lun fective throughout Tentative figures for the ti iudiciilcd i crease of lift cent parting due to of liritish liners ami olhei vessels to bunkt i Hrilish which I he I taelii d an coal battle was transferred of Seal h to the house of comuions late yesler day when the commons deliale the second of the governments mines luipiirt II was announced officially tha tons of coal were imported last The secretary of the Ixmdon Iron and Steel Exchange lias announced thai for all practical purposes the British iron ml steel trades have ceased to compete in the worlds markds owiim 10 lack of ship builders are reported em Traffic Congestion fWriflc As Pilgrims Flock to Shrine Near Chicago Place Named After New Cardinal Special Altar Built Halts Borah Casts Vote Against Haugen Bill in Senate to have tons lack Jlii1 1 lull failed because Rout hern democrats refused t of othev south formed will HILL June The senate has passed the Norbeck Civil war veterans pension Woman Hanged in British Prison Louise Jj year old mother of three was hanged at 9 today for the murder of her whom she had strang led to It was tho first time since that a woman had been executed in Eng Thousands persons had signed a petition for a but the home office refused to contracted for foreign built ships owing to materials at home i i alter a cotton provision There were Jn ttroat liritan June according to the ministry of exclusive of more than mine Ml MiUX Iiaiu iimi aceiiiniiaiiief by streak of 1iuhuiiiK lute today Ilircii the program of he indiiiiilieiial KtieiiarKiie Con UTess one million pic Mere ilremjuil in he slotill hii li suihieiih as the Has licinn UII lor shelter eluipel mill ilonni iitnl police tlu Hcforo a utdoor altar on the i Catholic church ore t he eyes iovirent jiil the concluding pro ISlh international and il was by far itn pi essi wlui h so named in Chicagos the ehitn Jeorye Cardinal a if mediaeval auty set down in live rolling hillR Illinois with just enough ol lie modern touch to lend it added j When lirht il was decided to hold the i of tho Kucharist Gon rcss in this scenic traffic engi neers said would impossible to i lirins jjoople to u country I i But the clorny insisted and so the HARD Kit June barber here spends all his odd moments collect ing stamps and the walls of unemployed Is shops are papered with stamps of all more than a year largely the coal stoppages effect on other1 Just before the strike British unemployment figures were I of two years so that the impossible dimoonUK fromjwllK a h the farm hloc Dawn had hardly broken over the had been i Michigan horizon until long lines ul iintoniobiies from Chicago and Mll worn limiting way to Several senators who wer siderod membersof the farm j At 3 special trains Horah and Lonroot i on the Chicago and North Shore elec to the measure He is also an art advice being sought a person desires to purchase what is claimed to he a valuable CONGRESS TODAY SENATE Considers Haugen farm nid bill special committee continues Pennsylvania primary HOUSE Considers bill to regulate imported milk and confer ence report on McFadden branch banking bill appropriations commit tee reports second deficiency bill to house for special joint committee considers cific land northern Pa under since for the first time TransPolar Air Mail Predicted THIRTEINLOSE LIVES ON OCEAN NEW June ser vice from Spitzburg to via the North Polo within M years is predict ed by Lieutenant Commander Richard who recently made a suc cessful flight to the top of the Byrd said that success of such a service would be dependent largely on the development the multimo tored OUT OUR WILLIAMS WOMEN BOOKIES June laatBrit sh census revealed that tbe modern IB invading many spheres previously eonejapreij to England baa 150 undertftkera and 73 acknowledged racb fcboft 23 lady chimney sweeperB and 600 barge Others are riveters and VOU A bMOULOM BE WORRIES IF A SHUO A LlTTlE UKETWESE ID TAKt A DEEP BREATH AM CHOKc COOKeD COIXD GiT EM June TJiirteen members of the crew of the schooner Fulmouth out of Gloucester are believed to have been drowned whhn the boat was destroyed by fire off Sable Details of the fire were learned to day when Captain lOrie Carlson and eight men on The ship was the Uric line started service at intervals i two Three steam railroads Chicago tha Milwaukee and and the Soo their respective Kach hour added thousands the number of people who came the four corners of the world to wit ness this most magnificent of turgical pageants and tp pay rever ence to tho Sacrament of the Blessed The central scene of was set before the entrance tothe dignified which looks out over the calm waters of Lake Here a huge altar was built and near by was a magnificent purple throne for John Cardinal personal representative of Pope Twelve exploded from a fire that started the deck The Falmouth was hy United Fisheries company of Glouces for the other princes tain after tanks hml llle wora fanlilte to the right and to the left of the Spuco Is Space reserved near Ike altar for the bishops and another space nearby for moro than Tbe laity was kept at a distance within Mtfht of all that every to the onlookers t The fertivities started at 10 with Cardinal Bouzano celebrating high pontificial mass in vestments that been preserved through the ages for just such purposes as Services at the altar nnd the throne were to be of three hours LlflvS thousand and six swimmers from the Black Sca i Huge amplifiers tho record set up by Mahmed Bai rani chief of one Of the lifei boats attached to tlie Batum port nnd j Russias champion Mah who is sixtythree years bus been on the job of pulling people out of the deep waters for fortythree and followed by a sermon by His PROBERS dOSEDMEET ICmmenoe Patrick Cardinal archhii hop of New Lusts for shortly after mote pilgrims still eorfiing and t beautiful around JUke Marys la procession two miles in i the march Was of three tnlhja 8 June the first of theproeesslpn Wayne general counsel j back to itp starting Jjfaoe before tj of the AntiSaloon league today lield last of the procesjijpi p vr another secret conference with the estimated in advance that ihj 1 senate primary investigating would hot about bis charge 1 which tape GawUaal that browtrs raised a slmih fund Inl was to the words Of t thethree million dollar Pennsylvadictlne thj Blessed nia As soon as tho which brings the Eucharlstic committee met to resume its Chairman Reed called Wheeler into the adjoining room and a stenography was call After ahalf an hour in executive the committee began its opening Reed made the follow In announcement We had sprae cohferences with Wheeler in It seemed to the committee that these due nothing to do with ;