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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1928, Greenville, Mississippi                              Greater J Greenville WEATHER FOH Cenorally full tonight iiiul scattered ers In soul h ijortioir Wednesday VOLUME XXXII JULY 1928 NUMBEIE OBREGON SLAVER VICTIM OF MORE POWERFUL FORCE JOSE DE LEON TOKAL IS CLAIMED OPPONENT Spokesman 8ays Labor Party Made Assassin a Not But Justice Is Be lieved Seek Remove Labor By Tlia Associated Press Mexico July de Lfioii who shot to death Geiienil Al varo Ohregon was hloiaelf un irre sponsible victim of superior intellects is the view oi the agrarian political For thnt reason said Aurelio spokesman for the death is not demanded by that We deuiaud death but we do believe in justice and believe tbis can be achieved quickly by the removal from tbe government those labor leaders whose antiObregon ac created an atmosphere for the act of an Mimrknie WORKS LOYALTY AND EFFICIENCY LAUDED BY Secretary uf Inferiors Kesignation is J Accepted by Work is Now at Head of Committee By The Associated Proas July a lelter commending Hubert Works effi ciency und loyalty while secre tary of the President Coolidge accepted today the formers resignation from the LAY CARRANZAS BODY TO REST IN DOLORES CEMETERY Good Will Who Victim of Ilane Mishap in is Buried in Section Reserved for Foremost Figures of By The Associated Press body of Captain Emilio whose good will Hlghl to the IJnited States brought him holh Killcess tiiul today WHS borne to Dolores to the sec tion reserved for the foremost of his countrys OIL MEN PASSED i THRU CITY TODAY Uoissenti and oil who have just fluted drill ing tin oil well In Moorehmise Mer were iu Greenville today conferring wilh Mayor in regard to oil drill ing ojierrttions in the coithty several years Dowdell did not sny ivherher or not they intended to drill iu tbis They left here this afternoonfor Kosedale and Cleveland on matters of RASROB RESIGNS JlJSlIOCRATIC COMMITTKK VET VICE IKKSIDKNT TO RESUME LATER Authoritative Sources Say Knsltoh Resume Iosilion us Head of Finance CoinniiUce of General Motors at Close of Smiths Camimigu IHy Iho Associated Press New July chairman of the national Democrntic resigned as chalnimn of I he Motors Corporation it was learned today from authoritative Itasknh remtiins vice president of the molor wilt resume his position as hnid of tlir flmnitvj committee at the close of iovernor KmlthV fur tin1 it was Tl r Smith liondQunrtcrs lu Hold ly Htcd to complete its exodus to the I Motors building J Skenz May Ipake Obregona Place a NEA Mexico City Bureau Former Foreign Minister Aaroa was among those who sat with General Obregou iu Bombllla restaurant wheu the presidentelect ot Mexico was slain by an assassins wasone of Obrcgous aup porters in the presidential cam1 and id being mentioned aa ii piTsidontlal prospect In tho CLillefj doea not in THE VERNE SWAIN INSERVICEHERE 14 SINKS FORMER GREENVILLELUNA PACKET SINKS AT MEMPHIS WAS BUILT IN 1904 Doek Also Sinks At Swain Was One of Famous Packet Uoats Plying Mississippi Kiver Dur ing Golden Days of Was Packet To World Fair iu The llelfa Lino sluumer for 1t CiiinoiiH as a pac ket lioat plying between Greenville sank last night about 7 oelutk at the Kennedy doeks on the Mississippi River The boat listed while being placed ou Ihe her hull is believed to have been ripped open by horses placed on the Dock workmen were unable to give a reason for tile It is believed that in raising the supports under Ihe stem were not or enough to sustain the boats When these supports gave away the hull was ripped and the vessel filled with No one was on the packet al tbe The Verne Swain was to have been placed back in service by Thursday of this only minor repairs heing II Is not known when it can he It is expected that within Ihree or four days the river will have fallen enough to jierniit floating of the Tbe packet is about six feet under The doeks are completely out of sight and their salvage presents a problem equal lo that of the salvag ing of the Verne Enlered Trade Here In The staunch steamer Verne Swain was hull lu In The first trips sleamer were between and with passengers to attend the World Fair held in that year in Ihe Missouri The Verne Swain made several trips between Peoria and and was later bought by George of Hie Prince and Wilds Packet of Will Lyon of Ihis city was in Louis wilh Prince nt the time of the purchase of I lie Verne Swain by the Nnteliex The next four years the Verne Swalh plied lietweon and being used In tbe Hlack Ouachlta Ulver anil also Ihe Mississippi The Prince in terests at Natchez controlled the Verne Swain all during tills Will head of the former Packet Company of who had operated the steamers Welcome and Lyon in Ihe Lima and Sunnysldo closed a deal In 1IKIS for Ihe purchase of Ihe Verne Swain and Ihe packet bout was bronuhl In Urwnvlllo that In the years that followed Ihe Verne Swaln operated between ireenvllle and currying and mall The packel boat would leave every morning for lima and return late In Ihe after One trip each week would he After M years of Continued OB Pago 8 FINK DYNAMITE INBASEMENTOF ILUNI BOYS HOME AVEKB OF TYlE USED IN DEATH OF VK11NON PLACER SLAYING CHARGED Twelve IercuSKioii Cups Found Today Jn Basement of Rooming House Where Iaul Reed Charged With Slaying By The Associated Iress sticks of wire of the type used on the bomb which killed Vernon Finger and twelve perenssion cnpp were found today in the of the rooming where Paul Jiged lived before his arrest in con nection1 with Planers Reed was charged formally with the STRONG FORCES OPPOSE YANKS IN OLYMPIADS fBy Tho Associated Press New July Uncle Sams track and field athletes have in all the Olympic games contested up they have met sustained opposition from five other nil of which will be in the forthcoming fray at These fiveincidentally are the only countries besides tlie United States which have scored points in all of the ItiKt five Of these Britain nud Sweden have made the best show ing over this Finland has come place in 190G und tenth tofinish third in 1912 and as runnerup threaten Am erican supremacy iii 1920 and 1924 The other two whichhave always i to score some points are France and WORLD TOUR IS BEGtINFORTHE AID OF ROTARY By Tlio Associated Press July of Holary International is tbe aim of a wqrhl nnderlaken by former American consul general at as a result of the last Ttotary held a resident of has accepted appointment as a special representative of notary to visit some of tbe 41 nations having chilis and to survey others not repre He spent 18 months in Ihe Artie with the second Peary expedition and lived for 13 years in the He plans to visit 25 nations and report at the Rotary convention at PKENCI1 VOK AMERICA WKUNKSDAV REPAIRING MOTOR Hope In Cmitiimo Voy age of Planes Mo tors Failed to Work on Latter Part of Flight to Mailing Repairs By The Associated Press Island of French of the seaplane La which arrived ill Horta early yesterday on a flight from France to the United boned to continue their transAtlantic vayaje One of the motors of the plane fulled to work on the Inlter part of the flight from Brest to lint the plane was to the breakwater immediately for ILLINOIS FLIER HASSELL WILL TAKE OFK AT FROM WAY GREENLAND Tomorrow Morning Set as Takeoff Time for Bert Illinois on Proposed One Slop Flight at and Then lo Sweden Hy Tha Associated Iress ollock niojnlllg liiislitfMl UMlllitcly us the hour for Bert Iljissells lake off on his proposed onestop to Jiecn the iinnoiineed COAL OPERATORS AGREE TO PARLEY WITH THE WORKERS Miners Ashed to Fix Parley to Negotiate New Wuge Agreement Uy Tlie Associated Press July Illinois con I operators today nureed to ti joint con ference with the Illinois mine workers Hint asked Ihe miners to lix u date for YpfiHoyro negotiate n new wage agree POSITION WAS OPPOSKI TO NKGKO IN COUNTY POLITICS DEFEATS SCUDDER hsiujunm County Democratic Ex mitlvo Headed by For mer Senator Lester Brown Wins Kecognition Over Sciiililer yy Tlio Associated Ircas July I jiosii ion for recognit iun as posotl to part lull ni tun of negroes in comity the county Uemomitic executive committee od by Lester Conner sinto KCU toil 11 y won recognition from the DiMnocratlc state executive committee over the committee headed by ORE ROYALTY TAX LAW AGAIN IN A TEST SUIT By Tim Associated Press Minnesotas Iron ore roy alty tax sustained by the Unlled Stales supremo court after years of again IK nitaeked ns uncon stitutional by three iron ran go uiininjj Tbe Jreet and Inland mining companies have presented the new challenge tn I IIP attacking its constIIulloiiaIlly after owners of iron ore lands sought In have them hay taxes on ore taken from Il is contendedthe law does not lax classes of subjects uniformly and readies only certain classes of owner Tbe companies appealed to the state supreme court when they lost In dis trict The Unlled SKites supreme court upheld the law hi The tax annually yields approxi mately to the CUBANS PROTEST THE MIDDLE MAN Hy Tim Associated IroM July prominent fig ure in Ibe Cuban toharco the middleman or commission mer has found himself Some producers have come to the Conclusion that middlemen are stifling their profits by paying prices that are too They ask commission merchants be eliminaled from Ihe in The tobacco growers are supported My Ihe Farmers Union of in petitioning Ihe government for establishment of an accredited farm loan requests loans to provide for tobacco storage until prices are Some Folks Have All the IJASKuCFLANDVi 2 AMH Franitiicollunau Walter Hellmer is dill fornlas first and only game Slit is tin active member of the stale garni protec tive hody and since hist Novem ber hns made 13 con vie lions being obtained iu each Her home at MAY INVESTIGATE SALE OFFICES IN WILL PKOltAULY SIMJIONS ALL IN DELTA PLACE UNDECIDED Discloses Facts That tionuiras Havo Hein Sent Out To AH InsfuiiisUTH In State By Sen Investigating OIL COMPANIES CAREFULLY WARDING flir SITUATION NO NATION iriLtiriK Xo Begin For Some Six All iNVensary Land lias Been Lid of Silence Clamped on liiif nny disclosure the lessors for ijrty owaery will ivuin oil In ro lu rupiiUv up by firms anil tn i lurge Federal in vest I ton of pa If1 receully laId i Uilnxi Hint d many stiriling si I mil ions an necessary the indictment of in this will vw In lurneil South to lln Norlh eni sect inn uf Ihe ll now pears vi1 ry iiiolnilih Mial t jury will inculled lojelhtr nl ilihtr ClarlEsdah or lo invesl into Ihe stile of any pushmisterHlii hi North I slnred ludiiy that if tion is Koing lo held thtiL mil only lint at in Mi tiiithern n stale will snbpticinto ChirksilnU1 or Oxford to iippiiu lielore iuvesli jniy iind iuiuimil inn iniy lie in their as to the sule of This menus Ihal nt Jrcrn anil nil deltn owns will lo appeiir helore the session nid their if of Ihe sale of dfficcs In thenorthern seel Ion of the Aliimiolia Hiixton revealed be fad thai liomiires had been cut inn to all post in reLanlini the payment of inmiey In any individual for Ibe obiaining of the desired The ispiMlfie that were ask ed was not tfivcn bul the pust iiiasfois must answer on ojiili all desir ed t lies I ions or suffer I lit1 ronst These impiiries have lncn sent liy the who probeil into affairs in Alabnma and and are lending all necessary uhl to federal authorities for the investigation of lie mailer in other Soul hern It bus yet IHHU uecldetl if tbe in vestisHtiun ir liebl whether the scene will be Oxford or and no definite dad has been It will he necessary for some JOO postmasters of Ihe sidiuii of the Stale to alt end tlie and disclose nil information within their know ledge UHii Ibe FRANCE EVENS A SCORE WITH YANKEE MOVIES s hnvo nut been filcil fc jintl It will Inn week hefuro their iUtntity ciiu ilisclihsed to the In the bcsi unkmnvn i no time in ii or wiiys so thai no hiiih will iu tbelr Iljuis of nit the prospects of oil in this Driltiiiwill net begin for some six muni hs fur it is iwwssury that tho amount uf hind ilrsi bo leas ed any altempL cin be made to whether or not there is oil County No lain ihu im in has been b a ilio oii have tnrncil tlieii uttentS i itheni uf the m M I MitiUi lu hi was hail beuu that many were brinj fur by tile COUK PIUIUV liinthe lid sil ence upon sub sequent ncyot hit inns between Uic oil cum pa nics and the land holders and it is not known i nuiL leases have nuw hccn dlit Nu Ilitliur iu Iurimitiuii will he given out until the oil HSKinv tlKMiiHeiv iat hey have the ueeeHsjtry Uiul Cor Ibe icir posi1 that re1 d I iinty hiiK1 tu ler witii them fur u cer tain h of The IWIUPS for laiul in wise fiirfois uf i lie bit ihu tinright lo nil niiiieral poL ssions the land of the the latter bejnn the royalty Inmi Ihe nf any oil stilk this cniinty ilu not seem In est Iii IluprcMnt nil of i man that they have in o this very f inteivi as cover to iheir inspects Ibe nil nm are rapiilli advauiagi the situ in the inly lull mid makinti all pn for drilling fur oil in lie near fu with the it all in leresU will In their uaiulh with the exivpiion uf M royally provided the land owner fir tinuse uf his soil for drilling Ion Cuunty is die IVlia by Ibe eonij ts tls Ueei COn r in and i in the way of il i Ouo on Iilgo 8 Uy IliD 1ressJ July that American motion plot n iv have been pledged to ipiil making all their vil lains Americans who live in Ilirh are whether it isnt lime fur Kranec to do something about UP pnrtrayiil uf Americans on French A current farce has two diameters as lyplciH One iri Curbed in plus fours and is a fer The other gels hln by using the antiipio chandeljer of Ids Frouoh hosts his toric us n hifl iyni nngjuin suit bmislsthig ohlofly of a uf piilut AUcV OIJIMDCAUSB ITALIANS DEATH ANTONIO 1 NA1 I KILLEU WAS 8 AGO 7 MEN IN AN Italian Shui in Klght Years Ago and Fled to tiirncil Threo Ago and Ene mies Iviiled Ilini on Street Corner ily Tlio Associated Press July liloocl fiiid of stnntliuij bluiuctl by or Iliu 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