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   Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 13, 1926, Ironwood, Michigan                                CONSISTENCY IN ONE'S SELF SYNONYMOUS WITH OBSTINACY IN ONE'S NEIGHBORS. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE THE LATEST IN FOOT- WEAR FOR WOMEN IS SPIKED SHOES FOR BAR- GAIN SALE DAYS. .VOLUME 8, NUMBER 20. ASSOCfATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NEWS SERVICE IKONWOOD, MICHIGAN, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 10 PAGES SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS Officials Direct Attention to Youth After His Queer Actions. OLSON Thieves Break Into Store; Steal Most Select Goods Police in Hurley arc seeking rlues select goods and throwing things they to the identity of thieves who broke j did not want, on the floor. into the 11. Paul store in Hurley sorno Silk hose, silk suarfs, bass, tlme beUvctn tlle closing hour Satur- i toilet articles and silk lingerie  dollar gold pieces with the name and what part each man performed in the rescue work on one sii'.u nnd the. ini- tials of the man in vari-colored told on the other side. The initials ,-rc in raised gold and the medals were presented with leather cases. George Hawes Included. Amons the men' given watches were It. 1'. Zinn, superintendent of the Newport, mine; It. A. Angst, general superintendent of the Montreal Min- ing Co.; A. E. Kedner, assistant su- perintendent of the T.lcKlnney Steel Co. They directed the work in dig- ging toward the entombed miners from the Aurora mine George Mawes of Chicago, who was not here when the presentation was made, was given a gold watch. Hawes with Oscar Olson first reached the entombed miners on the eighth level I of G shaft. Alfred Mnki, who went I down into O shaft at the end of n j rope to explore conditions there, and j Matt "Wicklund who went up with Olson and liawos from the lower le- vels, were presented with watches. Among the others given watches were Oscar Olson, one. the out- 1 standing heroes of the rescuo work: lCa.pt. Oust Krickson nf the 1'ubst Inline; ('apt. A. U. lledin, head min- ting captain; Thomas Trewartha. shift I boss in charge of the entombed I miners) and Oscar Olson, ch.of min- ing engineer. j Physician Is Honored. i Among those classed as "100 i cent, just like the gold in the me- were. Dr. M.iccani, went up the shaft to administer to the entombed miners; Joseph Caved nik, August Maltson, Cart. Axel Krickson, Albert Xicholls, John A, Arthur. Oscar Krueger, John Mautala, Gustaf, A. ,Kron, John Berg- man, I'cter W. Peterson. The. medals given for bravery and outstanding efforts in the rescue. Edward Do- Iicny, multi-mil, (lonaire oil op- erator, now on trial in Washing- ton with Albert B. Fall in con- nection with tho Elk Hills oil deal, caused a recess of several days in )he pro- ceedings when he had to un- dergo an opera- tion on a. growth on his left el- bow. This' pic- ture shows him, with his arm in a. multi-colored sling, walking to the courtroom on tho resumption of the trial. Blizzard Sweeping Northwest Today, Hindering Trans- portation. TELEPHONE LINES DOWN E. L. Doheny Arm in a Sling Ford Paper Declares Interna- tional Jew Controls Coun- try's Finances. i d- .a farm, had any l. -a t I- is 1, i. and s t'o u. "I-. i d bim h. is pi-eyed ceives Most Credit for Keeping Channel Open. on hi.-i i Tbei-'- e.e I 'd, ill obt lill' d I n ;e d n L d f' Marquoito, Mich.. Doc. ie I' with another supply bill, for the, agriculture department, lodged in the offing; Democratic strategists were considering plans to outwit the j KepublieafiH in thc tax revision fiyht, and the measure for adjustment off alien pioperty claims was listed for he-its had cleared St. bl.n.t" el-u. Seck Young Olson. .1 c- 1 p ln I s I'- i- UI HUIVIHiiiHt EXPECTED FIRST REAL BLIZZARD OF SEASON HITS TOWN Transportation is Kept Despite Snow. n 'i-.v M.-nVs rivrr and tin- hlut-Uadn of tho con.sidiM ation havf Of tlinii 100 vrsscls, nr-ni d in ihr many days, iva.s vir- 1 lu-illy :H nxpt'i-tod that tho t of po- v, ant', tii'1 oar o vhit-li li'itt'rd dny a-id ni-JiC tbf iri.r- i-i-.-n- -On- rivr and i-sslst thf r ,L- >'iu.' stranded ships, v n'Mirn tn ir ('t II'1' n or t n. Soo u is i bn closod i ir. Mil uphnumi j Ljfe js Considered a Matter of Weeks or a Few Months at the Most. Paris, Dec. death of K i n Ke r d i n u u d o C 11 u n la n i a la now n mat tor of months at I'OML in the opinion of most rMiably i nfunni'd travelers roach ins J 'aria frt'ni Hucharost. rl'hotio nffimi that tin1 rn- t'ont of opera Liona per formed upon thr sick nionri reh wrro only temporary oxppdient.s nml thnt tlm i am'orou.s in thr intrst inos, wliirl) is (ho real seat of. t lie trouble, has not boon Only tho gravest form of surglcnl intervention, lUvsporat'1 otida against tlio royal patient, would In- sur? tli': kind's improvriiHMit. and tho MI tenons d fell no to take fnieh a slop nn tho Rt'imnd that it would ri mi It, in tho immodiato death ot Fer- dinand. KoporLs tli a former Crown Prince ('a L'nl ill KO to But ha rest to bid f.in well to his father constantly are r-M-iirriiiK' say the travelers. There htill is talk it, Uuth.-irost of a coup d' etj.it i'l lh'1 event of! tho dealh that jiut the 1 yon on the ihrono iie once renounced. McDermott's Attorneys Say Prosecutor Conspired Against Him. "i- hunkt is filed with mal and i'i rve t ai 'ru'id r.s on f decks. 1-as at Lhc H k.ulo -UKT JJi e wriM kiir-: t ULC M oritc n rd Sit-i Sit ird iy tlic1 ,i> i ii.iMi nt JU'roiind on I'omr ,i.vi- ,i en r aground on I 'oint e "ii ie kfu' (-nav, pfiiin.suln. with .ii'i-'i "f and treod hy the -TU" ;tl t' r part of rargu luul n 11 i.fl CITIZENS ON SUNDAY by Ih" i v "i e used from i SHOPPING TILL Christmas Court House, Canton, O., Dec. 13 t As a fuunt'-r attack n thu state's i rlaim tliiit Bon U. MidU'tt, Cantuii publisln'r, wns inurdrrrd in a pint lintchod out nf a h'Xitk'KKOfn c.in- spiral'; tlio iU'fiJUse of I'atrick Ku- Kone ilolicntintt. oiH' of the allowed inui-doi'ors, dcrlar'.'d in trial court to- day thai tin- w.is i liarty t'i a K. Ji. .Mills, diM'on.so attorni'y, ron- j tondi'd in lus ariiumont to tlio jury that MoDormntt, Itud- j Her and I.otiis y.nx'-r uro IndnK pro- sei'Ute'i aH tlio result ot ;i ron-pinoy rrusoriitur I'. I'. MrClin-' tocii1. tlio Canton luily Xi'v.'s, thc iic'.VKpupor or which Mollott inili- llshcr, aiui Josrph K. Ko.-t.'h, chici-; criminal Hoach con- diu-tod an inquiry Into conditions of allwd law vlol.illon and iioiitical corruption iu (.'anton. Jlills said thf di fcnsc v.ill show thill .MtVluitork. a for con- j ;it tlic lime, loicid to pio- i vide iiidlctnicnt't an.iinst Mclicrniott. I Kuilncr and Maxor by reason of liis ciinipaiKn. On the propcoutor's .IcctiLin, tlio court ordered .Mill? to lilmu'lf in his .staloments ui fonntf. Ian outline uC defense of his Acunp in Its CMIMH-ity _ I elient. M i-i 'lintoek, in his open- Bride Waits at Church; Police Seek Bridegroom Chicago, Dec. if' --The v.-eddlnfr Miss Barbara Tru- r-lla and Dr. Wit iam Frenxel did' not take place Sund'iy nl.-'ht, nl- thoiiKh thn bride vas wiitlnc. the minister the TniPllii home with flnw- ers and the assem- bled. Tmlay the police aie lookin.' for lir. Krenzol and for nivs- terioilH w! o Truell-i two hours before the MP.I'iinu' was to have been sol- that "Ii'-. I'renv.cl will never be yonr husband Sunday a woman who saM she was "T.nella F.r.uvn'' telcphoiird the Trnclla home. "T'.arbara will ma: ry Hoe." said the voice, ami the re. elver cli. ke.l. 1'o'ice foun.l a biirninc: in tho dnetnr's ofth- but -Alien they broke in they f "md no one. Tiiere are theories: That Dr. has met foul pl.iy. or that at the 1 ist minute, lie changed mhi'i. New York, Dec. Jews were In arms today against new charses in Henry Ford's weekly, The DearbC'rn Independent. Samuel I.'ntermyc-r, New York, lawyer, characterizes the Ford charges as "rubbish" and "like the ravinKs of a madman." He challenges the auto- mobile manufacturer to en'er the jur- isdiction of the fudenl com t of this district and submit to service in a libel suit hnsej upon ious :-imilar charges. 'J'he plaintiff in t'cat case is Herman BersUin, editor of the Jew- ish Triljune. Declines Strauss Challenge The Independent declines a challenge of Nathan Strauss, philanthropist, that ford select oifrht nut of a committee of in Ifii'iniK 1 ublicists and clergymen of .New York to wc-ljrli his allegations apainst the Jew The l-'ord article that such a jury might not if a Jewish ques- tion exists "and not dare to say. if it did." It that thc "intr rna t lonal Jew" controls the iancial centers of government, inclnd- ins the federal reserve system, owns controls ia chiefly re- sponsible for making ivar, and is its chief profiteer. Mr. that the iV.Jeral of which ]-'cnjamin Strong Is povcrnor. "has per cent I of its mnnap'TS and directors non- Jews find no with the Jews of the country. I "The JcWt. do not own or control L' I per cent of (1 e press. "The Jew has as much to do with I mal-ing war as the rn.l he j has not been a war nofilcor ITcnry Ford nn.l his like are Jews. which, fortimiu. ly fi.r us, tlioy are i not." Old Defamations llabbl Stephen declares i c'uirfre.s are old dolamations nf the Jews were iM'.n-Cil forgeries I by .sonie of the foremost scholars and relicious le.i b rs of the The Mansion News in Koch- ester. X. V. which distributes news- and periodical m western New j York, announces that it will refuse t-' distribute Kurd's paper THE VV7EATHER 'the early popping helps a lot. TIic sooner you are tlirougn, The more you'll know vou'vc thc Wlio h.ive lo wail on you. Blue Law Crusade Sponsored by Movie Theatre Owners. Irvincjton, N. J., Dec. 13 n hand of .iorsov'-i 7L'-year- old l.l'if law, pa'-sorl as a yfifonua i ,1 to inora 11', had it.-: 'JS citix.ons. ar'-'slfd in a t ru- s.i'l" d by tin-'itrc I ii'-rs ulioso thi'atf's had j c'io-i-d pri'VRitisly by ininlstorial pro- 'I'h'ir t.tte re.tod a polico ro u horn they each had postetJ I i'.'.l to t'l answer to of jicrMiin.1.; occupation lott :i thf and iintnor- pi rinlth only iravr-linw to 'and frMiii ano! thf1 sale of mill; lir sjiapi'i'.. tol' Vlo- 'l.ition of iho is a line, or, for habituM oMVn.lor.s i'i H.-IVH In jail. op, r.-itiof, of r.iilrpad trains Is proliibitoil by the l.-iw, althoiiKh an ainendnii'iit opoi a I Ion of one r train a day. Tbo i s. iiricslcd Sunday, fepreKontoii alnio'ii every occupation I by thos- Rpoi'libally r-.-.-.-niiited hy the law. Tho tcioup contaiinil 10 nows- ipapi'f reporters, who hnd In able tho police Ihey U'ore station proprietors, street ear niotornien. drugci.Ms, hiirhors, Ijootblacks und others. ing statement, iil the motive for tho murdi-r was found in the repeat- ed newspaper articles in the Canton Daily News exposing bootlegging ac- tivities. Ways lake everyone al- ways spending money. .Like tile thousands of Kanso people who use tho daily service by tho Globe's Classified Section, you need spending guides of every sort all the time. You'll Imd ihat these little art.; wilt brinK just the oppor-unity now.-; you need always nnd all ays! Whether you njint a home or a iiatraik, household supplies or business eiphpment, a iiosi- tlon or iTood IhinKS In ing these ads will put you in touch with adyantagoou.; offers. The ads under the different headings are as varied a.s your wiunts. There's an opiHirtunily for every need. This papci-'.s ClassilUxl service will make the connections for you. Kencl the Classified ads regu- COOLIDGE SIGNS BILL INCREASING SALARIES Substantial Boost Given Fed- eral Judges. Washington, Dec. today the bill rtil.sini; I tho salaries of federal jinlKos, tip-, last week by Tin; nie.'uatro makes substantial ln- I crenso.s In tlio pay of the entire fed- oral judiciary, including Iho supremo j court. Its enactment u.lvncated hy loaders of the bar and by numer- ous organisations on Iho KI onnd that Ih-lnp: hnd rist n to a point whore they were out or all proportion to the. salaiios It w i.s argued that higher pay would to the bench more Kitted mornbors of tlio l.ar. FERRY GOES ON ROCKS Milwaukee. Doc. car terry Poro Marquetto No. 13, went on tho rocks near bore, e n-ly this ins. Water filled tlio hold but no one. was reported injured. Car ferry No. HO WUH sent froir Milw.iukoo r< j U pp 1C It MICIIKJAN: to- cold Tuesday lair: mu< h O'dder. I WISCONSIN. Ccn.'rally f.nr to- nlclit and Tuesday unset l I toniu-hl aloii'jr T.-'ke M.cliiuan: colder toniclit: severe in oast and south portions: continued cold Tues- day. 1'ITICK Sirens northwest winds and Kales diniinlshinpr Tuesday on Michigan und Superior. Washington, Dec. Tito Im- tenisht: Tuesday mostly fair -n peachmonl .icainst former western portions Superior nn.l Mioh- L'edoval .Indue Ueorpo KiiKlish of Illinois vore today by the .'old wave. TKMI'KKATrKlv Maxuntnn for Cl m- 'hours at 11T o'clocK noon tod.iy. n i'.'i; niinimuni for the sair.o period, in. hv thr CHARGES AGAINST JUDGE ENGLISH ARE DISMISSED house, pnnUinu- that 'he jurist should I RQOF COLLAPSES', 7 ARE KILLED AND 30 INJURED be broUKlit to trial. The clmryes, which iripiinated with the house last session, 'Mi-liidlnjr _ iition.i of improper a-sumptions of i Alcxaharia, Egypt, Doc. 13- iVi liowor, and In bankrupt- Seven persons wero killed and "rt m- oy iiroeeodines. .luduo Knulisli re-j .lured Sunday w 1 on tbo roof of signed after the lions- had %oted to tho I.ion motion picture the.itro put him on iii.u. lapsed. Modern Intellect Is Not Equal of Ancient Greek Princeton, N. J., Dec. slronr-lh of tho and probably proRi-osslvo ovohUion of man has Kotioral Umeiiuj; of tho pcriecixm ceased and whatever change is taking place at tho present time is votro- Kraos.sivo, ICdwin (Irani i'onklin, head of the Princeton department of bio- (lot-lured today. Prof, t'onklin. tlio author of many on evolution, said it was Hie IMO.-B in the iiitollectual capacity of opinion of many careful students of j man in the p.r-t or throe tlioii- tho subloot that no modern raeo is'siml years and even in Mo most dts- llio inte'lleotiial oqiinl tho ancient tant future there may never appear Kroator ponluscs than Soi-j-.ites, mainly d. o ones due to the less riyld elimination of physii-al im- under conditions of ill- r s.n Milwaukee Dec. cold wave that will bring the lowest tem- perature BO far this winter is pre- dicted for Monday nisht by AV. r. Stew-art, head of. the Mihv.iul-.ee weather bureau. The. minimum temperature Tuesday will be slightly above Mr. Stewart saki. Tlio lowest lem- perature that the city has experienced so far is 10 on Dee. B. Wednesday will bii about ys as Tuesday but Thursday the tetnpcr- atine will begin to rise, Mr. Stewart said. The iiutiimnni at. Sup- erior'ami Hudson, Monday zero. At Superir'l- the wind was I '.ov. ling at tbe rat of an hour. i Kansas City, Dec. northw-f st winds broiiKht snow fhirries to nnny parts (f tin- Middle West and Southwest, sending tiier- momcters tumbling v.-ith this sectic-n would jenco the cold- est weather of the I blizzard which ttruok the ni'. uiit.n'.i states. The storm swept I Canada Saturdav and fcunOav enveloped the. I'.ocky mountain region i and parts of iho J'acific northwet-t i.states. The blizzard lontiiuKd eailv 'today in the lerritory east of the i tinental diviiV, vhile .Mlnrt.i and Sat-- fkatchc-wan out (f i worst tif.ip iri 30 Two deaths were ,n til-- C'anadian provinces and tialfie 'wire comniupiea'ion wre ut off as a 140-mile wind w! snow into lank1- from 10 to fed IiK-h. tin" buildiniTs :n jiorll'iin Sa-k-.ielKMan were l-iiri .vc. 3Ty tonight the wi.-r.l.ir s tbe weather will N- entile ceiiti.il west, with t'-inp- atures hy o-. i central dlstie" p: the extf-'nie fMstern and seutln tii ns. where d-'urces r.'-ro 1 will nil rk the minimum. There vill 'be snow in mi'Si tile .it l.ak's i ma.l movement- we-: f were inlerfered wi-'l til" and trains the northwi st. Sli'i-kn.e-i rv w.-.riv d to care for anl she--; No word I--'" receivi d from 'staliot-s i MI the c "Us: MMIO tuni.i v. Menomonio, Wis., Dec. ej.l-.inr1 i n here on foot r ti v weie f o'cod to the up t" net t> d.iir.'u--; tot! lines t'-neU. Tol] dim-l.'.e H IV- mond -md ro.uN .1 -e blocked with cir.fts Inm and f u e -ee; j in some A v sTi'i-li, v.as -.v.-d a tills p.irt of nuer bus 1, ft ,-re m tod iy and up t i l'i i 10 i made 'J'l The bus inu; to try to f 
                            

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