Twin Falls Weekly News, June 26, 1924

Twin Falls Weekly News

June 26, 1924

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Twin Falls Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 26, 1924, Twin Falls, Idaho YBAB JTJNB 1924 Local Man Faces Murder Prose ctrtromas Result of Death of Vandehmark in Af fray in formerly an agent of the United States geologi cal Is dead and John about operator bore of a barber shop and a billiard la a prisoner In the county jail facing prosecution charge of first degree murder as a result of a fatal shooting at about 10 oclock last night in the Cozy Billiard 209 Main avenue in the op eration of which Vandenmark and Jur io had been associated as partners for about four months and until about a month ago when the partnership was dissolved at the instance of Vanden According to witnesses Jurko fired six shots from a calibde automatic Each shot is believed to have taken effect in Vandenmarks Physicians who examined the counted eleven bullet Two en tered the region of the Death was almost Two bullets passed through Vandenmarks fcight toand which he had up to ward off the leaden A on a finger of his left hand was Jurko Arrested Jurko left the scene of the BbQpting according to v his way on Shoshone street to the sher iffs office to surrender when he was arrested by Chief of Police Herri He delivered the gun to the po Maughan Return Story Over Radio Army Flier to Belate Expertj ences of Epochal Iftip Plans to Start Back SAW 25 MW 7Lieutenant Bussejl the oneday coasttocoast army is going on the air again to morrow night at 9 but not in an Over KPO radio station from which the San Francisco Call he will send the story of his dawn to night flight over the trackless airways that he recently so sensationally t Lieutenant plans to start his trip back fo New York on Saturday He will fly to Salt Lake the first day and will remain there over visiting with members of his He will hop off from Salt Lake Sun day and expects to reach New York Sunday Boy Given Ovation at Annual Lions Convention Lad Divides Honors With Speaker of the Day Colora do delegates Bring Ambassador Kellogg Will Deal With Matters Affecting interests at Deliberations of June 25 Kellogg at don was instructed today to attend the forthcoming miers conference to discuss execution of the Dawes His appointment was announced in a White House statement whichsaid that Kellogg would attend conference for the purpose of deal June 25 by touch from a magazine for blind children which it has been proposed the International Asso ciation of clubs send to every blind child in a 10yearold blind boy today re ceived the greatest ovation of thef eighth annual convention of Lions and divided honorswith Douglas Malloch of Chicago as the speak er of the The magazine edited by Lions for blind children of that When nearly 2000 follow ing adjournment of todays ses sion marched through the streets in a parade of waving banners nnd cheering state f they were met at thecity hall I by the Colorado delegation with i a carload of snow brought from T the mountains of that A snowball which but ing with such matters as affect the broke up the FOREST WIL1H TODAYS PROGRAM AT NEW YORK CONVENTION Forest Fires in Nevada California Continue Thou sands of Acres interests of the United States and otherwise for purposes of informa This action was determined upon after the state department had been i advised by the ambassador that an invitation for the United States to j j Convention called to order by Sena participate had been handed the Walsh of permanent chair ican embassy in The White at oclock eastern daylight House statement declared that it was the desire of the administration that Invocation by the George Caleb the Dawes plan should be put into of the Madison Avenue Baptist effect as nnendilv as nnasihlo THREE OUT CANDIDATES EXPECT VOTE McAdoo and Senator Robinson Urged for Democratic Nomination Plaitform Drafting Causes Delay Fist lights Mark Dissension Over Stand on Ku Klux QUAKE BEOORDBD I SAN June 25 dls butviolent earthquake starting at and still continuing is being recorded on the instruments at the University of Santa accord ing to report made by Jerome in charge of the university ob of democratic and burst their today in Garden and toe partys national convention with bellow ami SAN FRANCISCO June 25 A effect as speedily as Logan to jchurch of New Roll call by states for nominating Colonel James who has speeches for candidate for i been American observer with the rep Continuation of yesterday a pro Forest a number of them out of aration C0mmis8ion at Paris will also are burning in California go to London to assist the ambassador Resolution for the election of demo lice Search was being made last night for Jurko to entered the establishment with Jurko but turned and ran when the first shot was In hiscell in the county jail Boon after his arrest Juxko asked for his wife Will Hold Inquest Inquiry into the circumstances sur rounding the fatal shooting will be eon htiaued according to Coroner who stated last night that an inquest would be The tragedy was witnessed by three men who were at a table with Vandenbark playing cards when Jur ko entered the They were E Dickson and John Bar Prettyman who was in the room when Jurko left before Jurko produced his At the police station Wednesday night Richard and Dickson told their of the We were playing they when Jurko and hts wife came He was very He came up tothe table and shouted At got to prove what youve been saying about he Vandenmark answered politely that he had said nothing about you have youve been talking about my Jurko from Nevada to the heart of Sarita Barbara a distance of approximately 300 Thousands of acres have been burned the wide swath of destruction some rich stands of A new fire was reported today in the vicinity of Truckee in the Tahoe national When reported it had already destroyed the Plycastersclub a mountain and was be ing fought by hundreds of A fire at Goodyears bar in the same forest is still out ofcontrol after hav ing burned over The fire in the vicinity of North Ma dera which Burned out the ranger station on was report ed under control today sweeping over 800 The fire in the Truckee region is racing up Prosser near the but the town itself is not be lieved to be in The fire near and that in the Santa Barbara national forest are said to be under The many giant redwood stands in path of the flames are expected escape at the national committeemen and na Ambassador Kellogg forwarded to the committeewomen and providing state department the text of the invfiir their tenure of vitation and later Secretary Hughes of committee on platform and conferred at length with if ready TOttn 4 The atatement was then given out at the White It follows It is the desire of tration that Dawes the adminis plan Adjournment for the 7IS OAMP IS Davis 5st Virgftiif be put into effect as speedily aspos as tie logical man to lejid the demo This is the first essential step forces in the coming battle for to economic recovery abroad in which thepresidencjr remained in ambush to thB country is vitally It niggt 80 far publicity is is with this in view that to the invitation extended by Prime Minister instructions have given to Ambassador Kelldgg to Continued on Page OoL continued about their business of spreading the ideas in delegates minds that if the convention should reach a deadlock as between the lead Davis offered a logical Executive of Disabled Veterans Severely Scores Bill in Talk at Salt SALT LAKfi Juno 25 Declaring that rthey promised you a bonus that would give you a hew lease on life and they gave you a certifi cate of death those who did not die for their Country must now die for their Thomas chair man of the national legislative com mittee of Disabled American Veterans of the World strenuously at tacked the bonus in his1 report to the fourth annual convention Touching further upon Kirby referred to it as that cocalled adjusted compensation which in fact is an adjustment which fails to ad just arid a compensation which fails to The takes no pride of au thorship or enactment in that meas ure Kirby He explained that although his organization in three national indorsed the principle of adjusted compensa Continued on Page 6 The Ku Klux Klan broughtat it to the open floor of coaven off an antiklan demoaatra that swept the great hall like a and led to fist fights g but apparently jght thequestion no nearer a so Reaching the stage of receiving nominations for the the convention also was shown in an hours demonstration for William McAdoo visible proof of the organ ized nnd driving power of the forces thnt are at work influence se lection of a Smith Men Are The name of Governor Al Smith of New York will be presented tomor row and his campaign organization was preparing tonight a convention floor parade designed to outlast and outdo that accorded today to his leading Nominating speeches for nil the other candidates are ex pected to conclude before tomorrow but there will be no balloting before Friday or Moving swiftly through its routine the convention today perfected its accorded two prolonged demonstrations to its permanent Senator Walsh of the Teapot Dome and duties except adoption NOT A GHOST OF A CHANCE Continued on Page 2 DELEBIITES KEEP RULE Urges Uniformity Of Laws to Prevent Crossing Accidents Railway Men Hear Recom mendations Designed to Ee fdnce Number of Fatalities at Crossing SALT LAKE June 25 Adoption toy authorities of uni form laws and regulations for the guidance of the automobile driver and tfee education oj the public to safety offers the quickest and surest solution of the problem of reducing crossing Chairman of the committee for pre vention of grade crossing told delegates to the annual conven safety section the American Bailway association here to Cooperation of the railroads in drafting a of universal rules which TwoThirds Plan Approved by Convention for Nomination of Party NEW June democratic national convention today voted unanimously to retain the two thirds rule for nomination of candi dates for president and vice president just as it was framed last night by the rules tinder the plan for procedure as adopted a twothirds vote means twothirds of the ballots of delegates present and voting and not a twothirds vote of the number the accredited The question of changing the unit rule which governs Athe vote of many delegations did not cqme up in the convention wheuthe rules were adopt There is a that the issue maybe raised when ballot ing as the minority members of some delegations want to bring the question to the floor in the hope that they may be freed from the unit rule as imposed by the majority members of their Members of the of them hoping the convention will not go long as haft been appeared tb welcome todays plan of putting nominations ahead 4f consid eration of the report of the platform will speed the ina would be enforced by every city was advocated by the That the public should be educated to safety first shown during the past year when the number of crossing accidents nave been appro wduced tnrough nationwide ad chinery and will mean that delegates will get away at least one per haps two days earlier than if the con vention paused to await the plat form now in process of framing by platform W1 ft i J i 41 The klan and other debated sub jects tonight held in continuous ses sion a platform subcommittee appoint ed to comb over a vast collection of principles on which the whole patty can stand Fight There were indications that the subr not recommend that tho klan be named specifically in the but this tentative decision will be subject to review by the full platform committee and probably will be settled finally after a fight in the convention On foreign relations it is the present purpose of the subcommittee to reaf firm specifically the party a belief that the United should be a member of the league of The prohibition issue was disposed of by the subcommittee during the day by n decision to declare for law en forcement without mention of the 18th amendment or the Volstead Convention officials hope the1 plat form will be ready for submission by Friday Under the rules it must adopted by the convention be fore voting begins on can and if no prolonged floor fight develops on the controverted planks Continued on Page Convention Noise Pales Crashing of Big Thunderstorm Delegates Glad to Adjourn After Day Devoted to Nom inations and Demonstrations Survive Another Hot June 25 sleeved and sweltering hosts of racy gave themselves up today to nom inations and More of both are t6 prob more of the sticky heaj that makes your bloomln crawl in the lifeless air of the though flag wrapped old Madison Square But if volume of sound is any terion of the provable volume of demi oefatio ballots next November the party ought to satisfied with They made noise enough violent thunderstorm whiolt came later to cool the sweating city to an inaignifidawt v Some of v was Impromptu and heated niore than atmospheric it was planned but all pf it of the ;