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   Davenport Democrat And Leader, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1924, Davenport, Iowa                                THE DAVENPORT DEMOCRAT SIXTY-NINTH 312. Weather LEADEK -----Fair and Cooler. DAVENPORT, IOWA, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1924. SIXTEEN PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS ROCK ISLAM Washington Beats the Giants1 Brf 2-1 Score NEHF IS KNOCKED OFFSLAB Giants Score One in First But Harris Co. Make Two in is BIG DUEL Single by Harris Respon- sible for Lead of Wash- ington Team. Washington, D. C.. Oct. 9. .Senators, with Zach- ery pitching brilliantly, heat the Giants, 2 {o -i, today and made a seventh and deciding game ot the world's series jccessary. Zachery was pitching in excellent style, while Nehf, who showed slight signs of wobbling, was removed to make way for "Rosey" Ryan for the Giants in the same in- ning. o----- Score By Innings Giants Senators and Political 111 Feeling of Has Become Deep Seated Shanghai Oulpost Captured Sunkiang, 28 Miles South! of That City, in At- j tackers' Hands. DAVIS TO Murdered State Might Be Termed the Cradle of Politi- j cal Liberty. ANBRY TOWARD COOLIOGE Farmers Hurt Because of Lack of Legislation in Their Behalf. Rj Thr Aiioctnled Prtrt Shanghai. a city 28 miles south of here, which [has been a defense outpost for the I Chekiang-Shanghai armies during j the past week, is in the hands of i the attacking province forces, it was definitely determined tonight. THE WESTI Plans to Make Two Weeks! Campaign Tour of the Middle States. i LABORITE PARTY IS DEFEATED TO CATHEDRAL TO LEAVE JMAY NIGHT; Candidate Registers To- day; Plans Tour of BISHOPS MARCH New England. I By DAVID LAWRENCE First Inning took Lindstrom's bunt and threw him out at first. Frisch got .a two base hit to right by hard running. Zachary took Young's splash and Frisch was ru'ti down Xachary to Blue to Harris. Young took second on thn play. Kelly singled to center, Young scor- ing. Iticn leaped up in the air and took Mensol's Ions drive that was headed into the bleachers with his gloved hand. One run. two hits, no errors. was given a base on halls. Harris forced Mc- Xceley, Lindstrom to Frisch. Har- ris was caught off llrst the play be- ing Nehf to Kelly to Jackson. Riee sent, a line single into right. Kel- ly mussed up Goplln's grounder and the hatter was safe Rico going to second. An error was charged to Kelly, Judge fanned. No runs, one hit, one error. Second Inning was a strikeout victim, protesting on the third called strike. Harris took Jack- son's slow roller and threw him out at first. Gowdy got a Texas leaguer Into left. It was a handle ball. Xehf popped out to Me- Keely. No runs, one hit, no errors. Senators Frisch threw ouf Bluege at lirst. Peck scratched a single off Lindstroru's glove. Ituel flied out to Meusel. Zachary was a strikeout victim. No runs, one hit, no errors. DCS M o I n e s Oct. T h i s Miiglit well In' call- ed the cradle of political revolt in America. Here it was in Iflli that the insurgent movement came Into being. And here this year has d e v el o ped the clearest case of I rebellion w h i c h the Republican f party faces In the entire natiou. I He is a short-sighted politician brushes aside ;.as ephemeral the ills of Iowa- or the significance of the protest that is being mar- shalled thruoiit this state. Presi- dent Coolldge may carry the state is not a certainty by any i n i- Ilational Council Meets in Dissolution of Parliament New y k G B; Is Agreed Upon as Re- Attendance, suit Vote in Commons. ___ MEETS KING! Hit Ttii Ai'i'jitea Davis Train Enroute to Xew i York. Oct. campaign drive I In upper and western Xew York, ended, John W. Davis. Democratic candidate for president, swung east today, headed for New York City to prepare for a two weeks' tour of the Middle-West. Mr. Davis boarded his train Immediately after his speech in Buffalo last night. He nu Thr tolil friend; that while the Xew -New York. Oct. j Vorli trip had been strenuous, he bishops of the Protestant Episcopal conipeas-ated. RDERED PROMINENT PHYSICIAN SLAIN BY TWO. GUNMEN NEAR HOME LAST NIGHT 'They Mistook Me For Someone Marked For Death" Dying Man'Says In Find Stolen Car Near Scene of Shooting and Coat Stolen From Davenport Doctor's Father. Cpnfers wiCh His Majesty on Question; New Elec- tion Not Discussed. j rhitrrh in North America were in [the procession at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine today at the service that marked Ufa opening of sessions of the churt'h's national council and the house of bishops. j More than 100 diocesan heads arc I expected to attend the three-day convention. Ofl For the first time since its .or- Isanlzatlon In 1J119 the national 'council will sit with tho bishops In n Tin Auociatirf Oct. fl. The house commons will be dissolved tonight and a general election will be held j drawing up the Episcopal church's Oct. it was announced this at- world program for the next three On arrival in New York City, th candidate arranged to go direct to his home in Locust Valley to regis- ter so he could vote in November for the state and national Demo- cratic tickets. His newly acquired status in New York will allow him to vote in this state tor the first tiuiu on Nov. 4. On the western tcrnoon after Kins neorge hold a privy council at DuckiiJKhani palace at which he signed a proclamation means-bin the administration can i PrnroRuing parliament. KM. a pretty good id-a of what its! The "naoiincemenl of the date ot the -Ncw troubles an: goinR to be for the flir Ule election which will define I the political complexion of the gov- eminent will succood Great Hritain's first labor ministry was made after Prime Minister Mac- Donald. coming this afternoon be- fore, the house which nislu.  ne of tho two men. who were Eol- Performance of Airship Better Than Expected; 41 Aboard. By The AisoeUtetl I'rtss Fort Worth. Texas. Oct. Shenandoah. delayed 45 minutes this morning on account of supplies, sailed westward ftom Fort Worth at a. m. The ship sailed around Port BLAME FOR THE REVOLT IS LAID UPONENGLAND By KARL H. VN WILGAND Tu-nt Sin, In Places Not Over Ten Per Cent-Escaped Injury. criminal prisoners captured by i staled, will be conditional upon the forces in vicinity i final. passage nf the bill creating an I of were bound on I Irish boundary commission. tilkt'n the city to i It is understood, however, there m 'ai'Set Practice, a Peking I will be no difficulty in giving the wneial Save !hp m'dcr n> i bill its final reading in the hoii.se marking the proceedings would be iof lords. The premier also an-ian example to other bad cliarac- nouncoil that the new parliament tcrs' according to a communication i would meet a week or twn'nftcr the received hero today. Subsequently two in the Vanchurian forces attempting to take Shanhaikuan were captured n'Hi execiuotl by Pelting soldiers. All criminnl prisoners captured in the district have been ordered exe- cuted by the Peking general in Enid this afternoon and Alva to- night, were on the schedule of Gov- ernor Bryan. Democratic vice presi- dential candidate, on his second day's- tour of this state. Speeches were made at El Reno. McCioud Oct. Shawnee. Yesterday Governor Bryan continued to j date of the general election. London. Oct. King Oeurge. waited on by Premier Mao Donald this morning following the govern- ment's defeat in the house of coni- [Conttnued on Page Third Inning Iti The AswUleil robbed Lindstrom of a hit by a fine running catch. Frisch got another two base hit to right. Harris threw out Young. Frisch going to third. Bluege threw fContinued on Page Two.) ILLINOIS CENTRAL MUST PAY VAST SUM FOR BACK TAXES CLUB NEGRO TO DEATH; TRIED TO ATTACK GIRLS Chicago. Oct. Hell, a negro, was clubbed to dentil last night with a baseball hat after he is alleged to have attempted! to at- tack two white girls in.the Jewish quarter of city. Otto Epstein. Ues Moines. la., Oct. merchantable corn will amount to about 40 per cent of a normal crop, the. federal a-id state crop report- ing bureaus here announced in ihe weekly report issued today. Much i of this corn, it was said, will re court here todny quire sorting. Not more tlmn Slough of firundy county it was i per cent of the crop would have! decided the Illinois Central railroad matured hnd the lirst killing trost should pay info the state treasury not come before Xov. 1 and i he per- hundreds of thousands of dollars ,f-entagc of the crop safe from frost I in tuxes in controversy for the last ;on Oct. 1 was per cent the re-llfi years It held that many niil- j port stated. i lions .of dollars were credited in ac- Keports from some sections of counting to lines of the company command. COOLIDGE URGES GETTING OUT BIG ELECTION VOTE Worth and suburbs for 263 minutes nn v. headed toward lil Paso, follow-I" Oklahoma City. Oct. 9. Two more speeches in Oklahoma, at mfir 1 aclfu: trncks' The Shenandoah is the first dirigi- ble to land west of the Missis- river, altho there have been sippi several of the noa-rigid types of airships, to the centr.il west. IIUL naval men declared the vessel is the first of the rigid type. The first leg of the flight ending urge in his speeches that the people rally around the banner of John XV. Da- vis, the party standard unusually successful. whom he extolled as "the only man Admiral W. A. .Moffett. chief who could put this government back an honest and efficient basis." The ship made the jump I.akehurst to Fort Woitli. in ap- proximately :t4 hours, arriving here about eight hours ahead of its Judge Samuel j American Civic association and the i Institution (if I'ark F.x- ecutives and the American Park society were received today by President Coolidgo at the Whit House. A fairly light program for the day gave the president further oppor HARBOR SWEPT BY A TYPHOON ATKAGOSHIMA Vessel Founders in Storm In Japanese Seaport; Buildings Destroyed. Berlin, Oct. claim for dam- ges is to be by soviet Rus- ir. on Kngland and France on the ground that those two countries ac- tively supported tho Georgian re- A soviet commission has placc-1 the total damaae of the insurrec- tion at of which S-IOO.- fiOO is charged to Britain and SL- 100.000 ti> France. oflici.ils. including Commander Orctjoniki7.se of thn soviet army in Georgia, charge the western powers not only supported but actually insti- gated tho Georgian revolt, using of the bureau of naval aeronautics, i "s tools in an effort to who is the official observer of Prah Georgian dp- the trip, declared.- posits, which are the best in the world and to cet control of the kev made the jump from fieWs General Mogilewski. leader of lowing him, overtook him. This man Hashed an electric torch in tho'doctor's face and his compan- ion fired revolver shot into his side an instant later. Dr. Foster fell to the boulevard bordering' onto sidewalk "amp shouted. "Murder! as his assailants ran thru tho church yard and into the alley between Twenty-second and Twenty-third and on Seventh avenue. Xo tract) of tlu1 uvo men was found after they were last seen to disappear m the alley. A Buick touring car, which they had parked about a block north of the Broadway church, was confiscated by the po- lice. It proved to be a stolen ma- chine. An overcoat and a flashlight, dropped ny-ihe men in their flight, lay beside Dr. Poster when neigh- bors, startled by the report of thi gun and the shouts., ran to his as- sistance. The flashlight was a small, nickle-plated affair. Tile overcoat of black woolen mjT- terial. sateen-lined, and bore tlie name of Dr. James Dunn, a Daven- port physician. The name of the tailor. J. C. .Madden. Davenport, is also on the identification tag in the inside, pooker. Coat Was Stolen. __...... Dr. Dunn was questioned by Ilie Caucasian Clieka. puts the total' tectives Dennis Bennett and John schedule. Tne actual performance i of rehcl leaders executed Kinney following the shooting and of tho ship was in all respects "c 'lenies reports of huge learned that he ter than expected. Admiral Moffeu I massacres but considers that Siven tlie overcoat to his said I reports of the massacres are valu-l lather, who resides m Clinton, i According to the record of the en- because of their effect on the i'own. Dr. Dunn'.-, father in turn Igineers. less than one gallon or fas- j rcst of the population. loliue was used per mile The five] [Six-cylinder motors maintained an HAMMILL OPPOSED average engine speed of 1.000 rev- olutions per minute. moored The only helium extracting plant in the! uoild. This gas. which is non-com- f repoued to the Davenport police that the same coat had be.cn stolen from his garage last ilondaj night .00. ir- r-nn ones who stole tha TO BOND ISSUE FOR were, implicated in the shoot- ROAD IMPROVEMENT j on another. Dr. Foster could furnish no cluft the state show that as little IU south of the Ohio river and east per cent osrancd damage while in and west of tho Mississippi river. other districts i'O per cent of the i instead of to the charter linos of crop is safe from frost. Small; the company, -rhich, under 'state arras of upland corn still is un-i law. were to pay 7 percent taxes touched by frost and is maturing ion earnings to Illinois in perpt'tu- Creston.1 la.. Oct. fl. Lieutenant i Imstible. is used exclusively by the j Governor John Hanimill of .Britt.lio the identity of his .assailants n> The A.i.tcuie i Prr'v United SUaies. t HefMihUcan camlidLUe for gover-jWhen bo w.is by police Tokio. Oct. Several persons The Shenandoah is floated declared in an address here were killed outright and many I helium. An additional supply of Iast niSnt that llc unalter- I others perished when .several VPS- helium will be taken on when "the: :llll-v opposed" to any movement in Kasoshima harbor founder- I ship returns from the coast. Com- 1 wn icn would increase state taxes. ed in a terrific t> boon which swept mamler Landsdowne said Forty-one favored gas tax for improving persons, twelve officers. 27 men and roads, but opposeil a great bond two visitors are aboard the ship. naturally and may be used for seed. While Home of the damage may be chargeable to frost, th" report continues, most of the corn was lost as a direct result of th': ward season. Abundant sunshine ity for oarly land grants in right of way. Kagoshima on the island of Ky i usliu. southern Japan, last night. tunny to discuss with cullers the jSiMy wcrc trend of the campaign. Enthusias- Central Japan also suffered from tic reports on tlu: political outlook'the storm, telegraphic and railway continued to be received. Thu president now is stressing in his conferences with party leaders the necessity for getting out u large vote at the elections. WOMAN QUITS THE RACE FOR CONGRESS AS AN INDEPENDENT! a wine dealer, was held by todav in connection with the, slaying. Abundant sunshine, nearly nrr- Police reserves were called temperature and littlp rnin disperse the moj) of fthout 200 peo-jlTO'luced favorable ronditions for pie who gathered In the vicinity and] drying tho crop. arrested 20, all of whom were re- Silo Piling and fodder cutting! congressional race in the sixth dis- leascd with the exception of Ep- llas Konc forward rapidly and soil.trict on nn indenemlem ticket, has conditions have favorable for j withdrawn here candidacy. Secre RUNAWAY GIRLS WOULD GIVE UP CLAIM TO MAN i communications being temporarily interrupted. DEPUTY SHERIFF ARRESTS OWN SON AS MURDER SUSPECT TEMPLRATURE AND HUMlOlTY Xoon 7pm j issue in anticipation of funds, and 1 insisted that fiirni problems would bf solved by organization and not 'legislation. Mr. Hamnull spoke at Lorimor and Aft on in the after- noon, invading tho county with yd Thnrston 01 Osceola. candi- tV.ito (or congress Vrotti this district. hnlh rtfty 7 p.m To- Dry Wet bulb Rel. Humidity .SG S7 Sunset today p. m. Sunrise tomorrow fi: a. fly t I Oct. ill Hrr, tr, 9. Wh r  Hiirk Kilo.- Friday- conference of (lie Methodist For Davenport. Rock Island. ,Mo-i copal church announced last line, and vicinity: Pair nnd cor.lrr I'nr tho American navy started on another thnil tllglit from Kriedor- Ickshavcn this mornins. The dirlsihl.vif she wore elected. Zeppelin works Miss KnRle's name out age to quality for coiiRri'ss land bond of IviiiR, a theatrical book- an not now he taken from the ballot. .Mr. Ham- say said, because the withdrawal petition was not received in time. Ing agent. .lean nnd Frances, hearing Kve- lyn's ultimatum, declared that their trip to Chicago had not broil quest of romance of work. In I'ndav. under chief deputy Frank Freiss. ZANN! KAGOSH1MA, JAPAN Kaposhima, Japan. Oct. Ma- jor Pedro Xanni. Argentine world flyer, arrived here at o'clock this afternoon from Shanghai tair to- Cooler tonipht and in extreme east portion Friday. I For Illinois: I'nsettled tcnight. i possibly shoNsers'. slightly w.miier i near Michigan nnl (ooler in j extreme smith portion. Friday, i generally fair: cooler in west and ml! portions. (Vdar jubilee co'n- vent ion of the Iowa 0. T. U. got under way Tuesday night. included tlij-t. J Hready: Aurorit fourth, W. Aurora, boulevard. W. M. Briggs: Klgin. Epuorth. Ceorge T. Green' Elgin tirsi, Joshua R Mar- tin; Grace. J. J. Itnrrows: nain: Jolii-t, W. Hark: Johet. Ottaw. street. W. c. den; Trinity, S. J. Uockford. tvnlennal, A. S. Clark; ltockfor.1. l.estoii; Uockford. Love's I'ark. Oliy O Smith: iiockford. Winuebaixo street, Clamio King oft'icers lifter he was wounded. "It was a mistake on their part." he declared as lay on the lawn', of tho Broadway church, waiting lor the ambulance to arrive. Ha was in intense p.un. "They just stopped as we met here on the sidewalk and Hashed thi' ligln in my taie. Then came the shot and I felt the minuet of a bullet in my side. The men tmnc.I and raced around the Sev- enth nvonue corner. They dropped ibis coat and tight as they left. All I could see of them was that one was taller than the other. I re- member no other description. "i don't think they were trying to rob me. I think they mistoolt me for an enenij they were seek- ing, and whom I m.iy possibly re- semble, and tirod w-ithout making sure. I have no enemies and know no 'reason in the .world for this assault on me." Escorted Sister-in-law Home. Later, in the emergency operat- ing room at St. Anthony's hospital, he repeated this statement to Of- ficers Kirst'li and Nielson. who answered the call sent to Captain- Charles lileuer at police head- nii'irtei's by persons residing near the M-ene 01' the assan't. A closb watch kept at the Hock bridge thriiout the night, ironi .shortly after o'clock, and tho Davenport and Moline police do- [Contlnued on Page Two.]   

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