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   Logansport Press (Newspaper) - October 14, 1928, Logansport, Indiana                                READ TUESDAYS PRESS First Chapter Of HIGH FLIGHT Ixve Romance Mystery HE LOGANSPORT MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS ESTABLISHED BY THE PEOPLE OF CASS COUNTY JUKE 141911 MEMBER A B C READ The Country Editor tn todayt Presa About fam ous People Written la every day VOL 8 NO 104 Always in the Lead LOGANSPORT INDIANA SUNDAY OCT 14 1928 Subscription By mall S 50 a in Indiana J400 a year outside of state by carrier for weeks PRICE THREE CENTS EPPELIN WILL G 0 P WOMEN HOLD RALLY IN MEMORIAL HALL iMore Than 400 Hear Speakers Plead For Republican Cause One of the most enthusiastic Republican womens rallies ever held in Casa county took place in the Memorial Home yester day afternoon with more than electors including delega tions from every township in attendance Every seat was taken of other women had to fight for standing room So Targe was the attendance that the com mittee in charge had to turn away more than 100 persons some of whom had come a con siderable distance I During the meeting enthusi asm was developed to the st pitch Tho big gathering told that The Republic in party that every Re IHiblican woniuu in Cass county will do her duty on November Mrs Leslie Speaks Mrs Harry J Leslie wife of j ihe O O 1 candidate for gov1 inor of Indiana was introduc and greeted with applause sho made a stirring plea in be iialt of her husband and also ailed upon Cass county Repub lican women to vote for Tho tlunty stale and national tick you will not go wrong Other outstanding Republic ans who addressed the meeting included Mrs Archie N BobbiU wife of the candidate for State Auditor Mrs Veffa B Smith vice chairman of the Casa County Republican Central Com mittee Miss Genevieve Brown for Supreme Court Re porter Mrs Arthur R Robin son and Albert K Hall All spoke in behalf of tho county state and national tick cis and urged their listeners to Put your shovldera to the in order to insure a Re publican landslide in Cass coun ly Indiana and the country as a whole Music On Iroprriiiii Lawson Ladies baud the members dressed in nifty uni forms played several numbers before during and after tho Mrs Arthur Marsh several numbers OiH of the features of the program was the Kapp ensemble nl of Mrs H K Kapp ana her three children This musical organization drew rounds and rounds of applause It svas announced that the ownship having the largest dele gation in attendance will be i warded a valuable prize The of the prizewinning town hip will be made public in a iay or two After the meeting delicious were served HEAR CLAIMS Sheriff At Dance In Country Home ON LIENS IN i Charles Eads 48 was ar IT P PAITDT rested by Sheriff Bill Zerbe at j U kJ I midnight last night for Jjglatj ing the liquor law The sheriff i i four1 Judge Slkk Will Listen mles north of the city on the Attorneys For i Pleasant Grove pike tenanted y by Eads The latter poured a LidOOT UJHlJTlS j drink and handed it to one of the members of a party which5 R C Hillis attorney went to j had been attending a dance just1 South Bend yesterday for the pur as the sheriff was approaching i Pose of arranging a hearing date i lie said on laDOr and other claims j George Spltznogle another of which his firm and the firm of the party was held for drivingArthur Arthur and Miller a car while Intoxicated and ini Miller have against the Sykes j The TrailBlazers toxication SEN CARAWAY ASSAILS G 0 P IN PERU TALK Says Gov Smith Will Give People Good Government Peru Oct assail ing the Republican organisation for corruption in public office Senator Caraway of Arkansas called upon a large gathering In the Wallace theatre tonight to support the Democratic stand ard bearers on November 8 The senator whose ringing voice penetrated every corner of the theatre building declared that the Republicans were unfit to remain in office any longer He reviewed the scandals which had their Inception since former President Harding wag Inducted Into ofHce and referred to thorn as blots in the nations history Oov Smith the speaker de clared stands for honesty ef ficiency and righteousness in government He Is deserving of every mans and womans vote in company The Sykes company ia now in j i the hands of a receiver pending i bankruptcy proceedings which i have been filled In the federal j i court Prloflj to the filing of the i bankruptcy proceedings suits bad j been filed on mechanics liena toi taling by theae three j law firms I Tuesday morning was the dnte i set by Judge Slick to hearing the i attorneys Ijegarding the claims It ia the contention of the attor neys representing the clients with these liens that the liens are pre ferred claims and should be paid before any other debta are satis fled The plant Is being operated by the City National Bnnk as re ceiver until tfie raw material which is now the factory is consumed NEW CLASSES AT THE YJCA Physical Education Class Meets In Old Gym Among the educational classes of the Young Womens Christian Association is the physical edu cation and leather tooling classes which Jtiave beeji organized Pfor a week1 andhave created consld SMITH FAVORS TARIFF THAT WILL PROTECT Would Have Bill Protect ing Industry Labor And Farmers FLIES OVER BERMUDAS LAST NIGHT this country regardless of hisjerable interest The former class j or her political affiliation ls held eact Monday evening These remarks drew much cheer ing and applause The rally one of the largest conducted by the Democratic county organization since the be ginning of the fall campaign was presided over by County Chairman A W Matt LIQUOOAlD NETSJRREST Victim Says Booze Was Sample Left By Peddlar in the old high school gym nasium under the direction of j Miss Arbutus Orr The classes j offer well planned systematic exercises as well as the use of SPARH ROD OND1NE STORY iMAlMURRAY FOUND HELPFUL STILL UNTOLD SCREEN STAR TO DEPORTMENT Trog IS ARRESTED the gym floor Enrollments arejRiley Junior High Or ganizes Children Try Self Government Prance Shocked By Trag edy Uboat Down In 6000 Feet Of Water Paris Oct 14 sub marine Ondine which was turn Jed into a steel coffin for 43 young officers and sailors of the The rod ia being spared outjFrench navy when sne was ram now being made and anyone in terested may enter the class at the old gym at the Thirteenth street entrance on Monday eve ning The leather tooling classes which convene on Tuesday offer an unusual opportunity to the artistic person to da some of the improving in deportment all feeL down thfl Atlantlc newest and fascinating art work time according to reports of the Mrs Albert Drompp Is in charge teachers and of James H Brown of the class and announces thatjtne principal Slated In Santa Monica On Affidavit Charg ing Trespass Louisville Ky Oct 1 The Republican party was ac cused tonight by Sniith in tu address prepared Tor bis one Mild only speech in Kentucky with thj Ue mo era tic ntliuidt on tho question of I ho tariff He said in his iiuinuscvipl he had predicicd at the outeoi of the that this would hi1 attempted ajid jthfit he hud lived to sue his IMC diction realized The Democratic presidential nominee at the same time uutiin ed in his prepared address whnt he described as a prescription which to his mind for all lime would meet the situation on this issue He arfrued that under this prescription nothing would fop done to embarrass or Interfere in any way with the legitimate progress of business1 whether H ba big or small Emphasizing a belief Mint the tariff should bo taken out of politics the governor in his pre pared text declared that neither the Underwood nor any other tariff bill will be the pattern for carrying into effect the prlncij pies he set forth and tunt the Democratic party if placed in power would be opposed to nny j general tariff Mil The governor further devoted n part of the ad dress to nn attack upon Secretary Jardine who he said had erately and wilfully misrepresent ed my views to he American peo ple and then added that he as serted with confidence that neither Inbor nor industry nor agriculture nor business hnd nnjj thing to fear from Democratic i success at the polls in November Jn giving his prescription on the tariff the Democratic candi dateset forth nine specific points andargued thnr carrying into i feet of the policies of prosperity that will not bo confined to any i limited groups in the community but in which all will have an equal i opportunity to part icipntc The j Blimp Commander Slack ens Speed To Delay Arrival Until This Afternoon Sometime ZEPlKUN IS SOU nine points were listed in liis at Rtley junior high school and mcd off sianuscrlpt ns follows First I believe that the fnrilT should he inkon out of politics nnd should In treated as a biisi Santa Monica Calif Oct 14 ness and economic problem i ami the children are not being seeniB have Barried ed On the contrary they are j myBtery of hei fate with her a Greek Murray lithe star of opposed to politics in tariff mnk Here is the The 450 Neither the public nor official It is being tonight knew much out the disaster than they did school have been divided any girl or woman may enter on Tuesday evening All equipment j Y I into about fifteen groups of These classes are sponsored about thirty pupils to each group j last mgtt and stage will go oh here October 23 on a charge of forcibly entering a home ing Second 1 believe in the Dem ocratic platform which recojrniyes A ten minute hearing before I that the high wages and construe Judge C A Spencer after Miss j five policies established by Murray had surrendered to auhow Wilson and flipbusiness the m PERU AWAITS PROTEST MEET Zere for violating the liqnor law after the sheriff hnd paid a visit to his place three miles north of the Young America Two bottles of liquor were Wallace Theatre Will Scene Of Public Gathering Peru iud Oct 13 Kverv I hiiiy is in readiness for the indig nation meeting to be held in thp theater Mondny night nt which the removal of B H Free land as superintedent of ihe mu nicipal plant by the city council will be strenuously denounced the committee in charge reported to night Finns for thf meeting had been under way for several days and the committee has exerted every effort to insure a capacity attend ance Frpoland whose duties are now 1oinc discharged by Charles lnvi forpierly of UochestPr is expected to institute a bitter fight nfior the1 meeting to regain his former position lie is said to be fount ing on ihe support of his vast number of friends many of whom have announced their intention sticking with him to the last liich action the city council nnd Mayor Thomas Keller plan to i take regardless of the outcome of P i ho protest affair coult not be learned around city hull today The meeting is expected to arouse much support for Freelnnd To that end sonic people are fore casting n strenuous battle between Freelands friends and a certain faction of the city council includ ing Mayor Keller whose vote actually electee Davis to the sup printendency In addition to protesting Free lnnd removal the speakers will isj delve into the affairs of the municipal plant touching on its various activities it was reported f A retrospect of Freelands super vision of the involved department iw exported to be made in order to i raveal how efficiently it Avap rppr rUed when it was under his j diction i found One of them the sheriff took from the hand o a visitor at Ihe Anderson home The visitor n Young America man was just de parting from the house when the officer opened the door He told the sheriff Anderson had given him the lioruor Asked what he had to say about it Anderson didnt deny that he had given nway the bottle and contents but he said it was a sam ple that a mm peddlar had left with him That1 a new one on me said Rusines I getting migh ty competitive for these birds when theyre around giving sam ples nway T guess Id better look into If he committee of A president secretary treasurer resulted in her being i prosperity resulting from them in meager news of itIleia lor Llial on charges prefer America coupled with the econo consul atjreci bv Jack Donovan Hollywood jmic ruin of the rest of the world architect Police Chief Webb j brought about a new condition held a warrant for the arrest of that committed the Democratic Of Which Miss Geneva Straln is chairmar members include Dr Marian Hochholter and other necessary officers are i elected and the organization be1 comes known aa the Homel Accounts Conflict There was some conflict be presB accounts and the of announcement The latter the actress on charges of forcibly Santa Monica iv ir Ai ii c ji iit lit t a i i Miss Mary Shultz Miss Virginia j Rooni There is one teacher forj tne captain of Greek Bradfield and Miss Bess Horn eacn croup but she takes a back ing teamer Playing VauderUIe Miss Murray who is heading party to a definite stand in favor of such tariff schedules as will to the very limit protect legitimate business enterprises as well ns merican labor from ruinous com abandoned the searchi seat she is merelv an advisor arCor SUvlvors hours after at a downtown vaudeville house j petition of foreign marie goods the ineetinsrs of the Home he colsion of the press j appeared to be in a fine humor produced under conditions far bc which are held once a week Vow York Ckt Brothers intcrnatiomi corpor ation iUiimniHtHl today tJiat tJic ohm company of Spain hits purrhnsiMl tlic JM iDiiu tlirljjrihlo Grttt for abonl By Associated Press At 7 oclcfck eastern stand ard lime the Zeppelin was proceeding com forfably at about threequarters of its normal air speed which would bring it to Lakehurst this afternoon The interpre tation of this message was that Dr Hugo Eckener com mander of the dirigible find ing it impossible to arrive at his destination this morning had slowed the speed of the craft in order not to defeat the elaborate reception plans which had been made OH the assumption that he could not reach Lakehurst before aft ernoon Hamilton Bermuda Oct13 JP Graf Zeppelia passed over Bermuda at p m tonight She dropped red and green signal lights which were seen by many The great airship was passing well to the northeast of the fslnml when she was sighted by persons at lie dockyard and also by ihose in boats off St Georges She took apparently a direct line for Lake hurst N j Conditions Ideal The weal her conditions were practically idea throughout ihe afternoon and evening The wind which had been blowing 12 miles mi hour from the northeast yesterday hnd dropped to a ve locity of less than six an hour The sky was little overcast Navni officers have estimated that the air distance from Bermu da to Lakehurst is 7S3 an average speed of 50 miles an hour the dirigible thus would be able to reach Lakehiirst by SMS tomorrow morning Officials calculated thai the Zeppelin had increased her speed to the almost phenomenal rate of S knots betwen her oclock position this morning and this afternoon collision I accounts from Rotterdam not bothered by the charges remained in the facing her She walked into CHICAGO GANG MPMRFR SI IHtnUBtK srw The nroKiam nresented at the i vicinttJr for tbirteen houTs The j the police station shortly before Third I condemn the Repnb e v B t u i nrpiirrorl nlinnf 11 n i innnn fnrlav anrl nrlflfpssintr Phlof i liean nolirr nf Ipfivinf flip fnrmor low the American standard No General Tariff Lawrence Russo Found By Road Near Hammond I loyalty courtesy helpfulness etc The president presides the seci about 11 P m I noon today and addressing Chief j lican policy of leaving the farmer Official a c c Webb calmlysaid Well here outside our protective walls On do tor you import crops he must be given explained equal protection with that afford Donovan sworn out a comied industry On his other retary writes the members ex press their views and the teach er encourages them to assume the initiative Its nearly all press reports this hour as 1 oclock the next afternoon The ministry of marine sent Captain Fernet of the general done bv the pupils themselves to Partla the Gary Ind Oct 13 they are learning to he vespon eenns newspapers other Chicago gangland fueri l found its ending in Indiana to day with the finding of the bullet for their own conduct Thev today crlticlzed the naval min riddled body of Lawrence Russo Ky hip riwn statement thnt he 22 of Chicago on the lonely hnd given the liquor nway An derson admitted violation of the prohibition law Another bottle partly filled ivith some quality nf moonshine was found on the premises Several cans that had contained liquor were lying about the house The sheriff had receiv ed a number of complaints about Andersons place Hammond road The body was identified by Russos faiher His son knew too much father said in explaining the deaV Russos body was found beside be thoughtful of before commit ting a misdemeanor about how it will affect others As a result ithe teachers declare that theyj are having less trouble on count of misconduct than ever before Each room also elects a mem i8try for the small un tried submarine on a test trip at this time of the plaint on which bail for means must be adopted to give had been set counsel for Miss I him as well as industry the beue Murray asked for immediate arifit of tariff protection raignment District Police Judge Fourth I state definitely that Spencer was not in his office and i the Democratic party if entrust it was necessary to hunt him At cd with power will be opposed to the hearing Miss Murray spokeauy general tariff hill Persoual but a half dozen words She was ly 1 regard general tariff Icgisia asked if she owned property and i Lion as productive of logrolling escort They pointed Continued on page 6 e year without j replied in the affirmative adding business confusion and uncertain inted out that that her holdings were at Ven ty I consider fhe method of Kenj WHITE MULE a whichHammond i ber f to 8 student council which 4 Tfirin police belieye he may have been I mee 8 at intervals the prml A I transrortfne Honor Four bullets cipal the school policies transporting liquor Pour bullets had been fired at close range into his body Starting INTUESDAYS PRESS High Flight A New Story of Do not miss this thrilling story of love and mystery dealing with aviation are discussed and outlined These delegates at the next meeting of the home rooms give a report and the policy is further discuss ed there Those delegates as elected are as follows Lucile Wickersham Eu ice a beach near here Wajits iVo Jury Police Nab Man With Alleged Liquor In Public Place i Peru foafse Ruih Ruth Russian Princess Dead In Denmark Copnhagn Dnmark Oc 13 former Empress Marie of Russia who before she became the wife of a Romanoff and the mother of the last czar was prin cess Dagmar of Denmark died at Hvidore castle at 7 oclock to night aged princess had been j failing for weeks and she lapsed into unconsciousness severalhours before her In According to police Keefer entered the interurban station and acted nervously After siz Jng up everyman in the place f Keeper made his way to the lavatory followed by police When the railroader raised a pint bottle of alleged white mule to his lips officers step tped forward and placed him un der arrest arrest was accom ipllshed so swiftly that he didnt have time to sample the contra band officers said He will be arraigned before Mayor Thomas Keller Monday era tariff revision o lie inherentj ly unsound and 1 definitely pledee Counsel for the screen starjthat Ihe only change 1 will con asked that she be tried before asider in Iho tariff will be specific judge instead of a jury and the Continued 01 page 6 request was granted j Miss Murray recently obtained i Mrs Stanley Is from Donovan judgment j Continued on page 6 TrojanStar Fire Causes One Death San Francisco Oct freighter TrojanStar one of the largest afloat was steaming slow ly toward Vancouver B C to night with one of its crew dear and some of them seriously in lured rind the remainder ill from gas All of the sick were expected to recover Fire started in the ships hokl last night when the vessel was about 200 miles north of San Francisco off Cane Mendoefna The Weather MJiET AT NEW OBJUJSAVS Colorado Springs Colo Oct 13 Named By W C TU Kokomo Ind Oct 13 Mrs Elizabeth T Stanley of Lib Orlean today was sei erty was reelected president of lected as the 1929 meeting place the IndianaW C T U at the for the national convention of i state convention here this after Girl Scouts noon HOLINESS CHURCH WILL HAVE NEW QUARTERS IN FEW WEEKS The Holiness church now meet ing In a small building in West Columbia street within the next month or two will have more spacious quarters The congreea has purchased a lot in East Linden avenue upon which the old Ash it Hadley furniture factory storape joom was situated and j work already has begun on the erection of a frame church build ing j The work is under the supervi j eion of Adam Sen wing pastor of ithe ehnjreh who lssan exoertenced carpenter With tbe aid of male members of his congregation the new edifice is rapidly takingform The building will be 40 feet by 40 feet in dimensions and will seat approximately 350 persons Although the proximity of Eel river was not considered with the site when selected it will be near by for baptisms which are con ducted by followers of their faith The baptisms will be held immed iately at the rear of the church and later steps wii be built to the river leva to facilitate the TODAY Mostly cloudy today and Mon day Probably showers Monday innorth and sibly in extreme south portions Cooler in south portion Sunday es Cloudy YESTERDAYS Department of Agriculture Koyal Centre Weather Bureau Homer W Ball Meteorologist 6 a m 7 a m 8 a m 9 a m 10 a in 7 a m 2 p m 69 70 64 57 57 11 a m 12 m 1 p m 2 p m 3 p m 58 60 60 62 RainfaJl 00 inches 00 inches 7 a 2 p in Ttarometer 2938 inches 2942 inches Humidity 7 a m 83 per cent 2 p m 72 per cent Masmum wind velocity from midnight to 5 fp m 14 miles per j hour from north at anus   

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