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Des Moines News, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1920, Des Moines, Iowa VOLUME ase The Des Moine s News DBS MOINES, IOWA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920 HOME EDITION IM VE3 aiQ imiliCj I ELSEVfflKK RHOOO NuTs BE HoBBies OF W.M.MAGAK HPW3AN Ife MR.HAOAHS Hosaes Uis 3 sfotjes, TUB ZA-Cj sunine, OOLP.SWMMIHQ Ri i SoosTtKa THE, AO CLUB HAVE WH US ASAlN THE RW- THEV DIDNT COMS ,0 Say Gamblers Gave Coin To Sox, Wild Parties To Reds JAMIESON GAVE i Advanced 54000 to Stars and Stripes Thru Secretary By Hulled Vitss WASHINGTON, Sept. D. of Shcnandoah. In., fin- ance director of (he Democratic na- tional committee, advanced lo Mrs. Ji. M. Piirhs, his secretary, which ahe put into the "Stars and a paper for war veterans. Mnr. Parks testified today before the Senate .Campaign Fund Investigat- ing Committee. Mrs. farkfl rofu-wd lo lell (he namon of olhcr Democrats who loaned money to put into the paper. "I borrowed al] but J10.000 of the SSS.OOJ I have put inlo the said Mrs, "N'o member of (he Democratic National Committee, as each, has ever loaned tlic paper any money or Invested any In it." Mrs. parks said she Instated she be given 51 per cent of. the paper's Block Iij return for her RBroemenl to finance it, lo Hiiro the Starw nnd Strjjiea bo kept out of politics. MORE TopGN" TRADE Corn ajeal anil Maclilnery Lea VA JpVra tnr Olhrr Countries According to a report Issued by Ralph of this Chamber ot Commerce, more thant500 bushels of corn hrfve been shipped from Iowa to Cuba.. The corn, In form of corn meal, was sent from the Plymouth Milling Co., at- T.e Mara, la. This company Is shipping- large quantities of corn find by-products to Cuba and Porto Rico. Thirty londs of agricultural ma- chinery has been shipped from a plant at Waterloo, to Orent Britain, In the ,past two months. HARDINGJNJVARNING Darli Days Ahead, Ho Says, I'nTess Wo'Get RacTi fn Main Track Br United Titss MARION, Sept. "tlaya arc ahead for America, unless she gets back on the main road, It was predicted by Warren G. Harding, !n a speech to a large delegation ot Ccmmereln. luavelers who came to his front porch from all quarters of the country today, lie Bounded a warning unlcs.i a changO 19 made- soon America will have a "no. hour" day and Industrial plante will ho Mis- nnd walking tbe streets looking In vain for the Joy ot a da produ c t tve work-" "Undeniably there Is a feeling per- ntefttlng the American mind that great harm Has been done by hearlH sncl prodigal hands, In neck1 ing th> correction pArty for whichyf meana to. ftpwsul to cojifwrtcil ;thV eonyic- By United Tress CHICAGO, sept. reported war" during the last w.orld series, was under Investigation by authorities here in charge of the grand Jury probe into the baseball scnndal. The authorities were Informed of 'reports tliat there were two gamb- lers cliques operating: during the 1919 series between the White-Sox and the Reds, one on tho Chicago team ami tbe other on the Cincinnati club to win tho scries. Wine, Women and Uoln Wine, and women used In an attempt to Influence the. Cincinnati players while money vfaa the means thru which the White Sox players were alleged lo have Men reached. The grand jury will probe the claims that elaborate parties were staged some of (.he Cincinnati players in order lo weaken tlicm physically and Injure their chances of winning. games staged and beautiful women brought from Detroit lo entertain at these parties, according to these re- ports. To Return ImUrttiifrits Names of the gamblers implicated have been secured, II. H. foreman of tho grand jury, declared today. Fie indicated that Indictments would be returned In the probe some- time next week. Arnold Rothstcln. New York gambler and part owner ol the Ha.ver.DG ftrace race track; Abe At- tell, former featherweight cham- pion; Bill Hume, former White Sox pitcher and EInl Chase, recently banished from baseball, were men- tioned today in connection wilt) the alleged plot to throw grimes. ENTERTAIN_CARRIERS 125 Roys at Show Given by Tho N'ou-s to Its Curriers One hundred and twenty five carrier boys of The News were en- tertained Friday night at The N'ewa office, with their own picture show This was marie possible thru the aurtesy of Edgar H. mana- of the Universal Film Exchange who furnished tho hoys with a screaming two reel comedy, "Sirens of tho an 'L, K O" feature comedy. Thru the courtesy of the Univer- sal FUm Exchange, these Friday night entertainments will be made a regular part of the carrier boys entertainment. L sincere Invllatlon la' extended tbo parents of- nil News carriers to attend these Friday night enter- tainments with their boys. THOMAS BODY ARRIVES By Vnlttd NEW YORK, Sepl'. hofly of Olive Thomas, -American movie actress who died from mercurial In Paris, arrived, here loflay on MAN IS KILLED Thomas Mathertyi 66, Hit by Auto on Sixih-av Bridge Thomas MatherJy, 6fi, 147 IVHH struck ami Enslantly killed, by an automobile' driven liy Tony-Anilor, Caniuy. on ihe Slxth-av bridge :il 10 a m Saturday, Judrl Dcmpsey of Ihfe Clly Health Department, ruahed the man to tho Samaritan Hospital In his bile but he before Ihe ]i5nco was reached. Mitler, a paper ha offer that the man somethlntt from the pavement. As he turned out 10 pass ihe man he ran In front of his car. He was down and the front wheel's jwased over him before the car could be stopped. Miller says. C. H. Burns-, Broad-si east of Ninth-si, who KHW the .-tcclilont, says thai Mntherly WAS evidently'killed by tho (all the (lavement for the wheels of the car passed on either side
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