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   Jefferson City Tribune-Post (Newspaper) - March 29, 1927, Jefferson City, Missouri                                Page 2 JEFFERSON CITY TKIBUNEPOST Tuesday March 29 1927 DROPS A MILE Situation At Wuhu Is Growing More Critical With Each Hour and Dilatory Policy Will Not Be Effec tive He Says Many Attacks On I American Women Intimates That Press Dispatches Have I Not Canied Half the Atrocities Bombardment Was Timely Diplo mat Asserts Sole Survivor Banker Says Value of Small Coins Seems To Have Been Lost By American People WASHINGTON March AD action to prevent repeti tion of the Nanking violence at other points in Nationalist controlled territory in China was urged by Minister MacMurray in a cablegram received today at the state depart ment The ministers cablegram dated March 27 was accompanied by a re jMiss Lucy Grill deaf for seven years was carried to a feet altitude then nose dived vfor a rtiile showed her hearing improved 20 per osnt after the drop Left t6 right Dr Wdnslow NewYork ear specialist nurse Air Pilot Clarence Chamberlain and Police Mysjfcif ied By Big Jewel Robbery In N Y NEW YORK AP Admiral Hough tlu wero relieved greatly by reports Handicapped by a belated report and tiiut Americans were continuing to i a complete absence of clues police oout of the danger zone to j today were mystified by the theft of I points protected the frowning in jewelry from the suite of Washington officials continued to manifest anxiety over the safety of Americans in treaty ports and in the valley Although somewhat hopeful that a widespread antiforeign outbreak averted officials showed that port from Rear commanding the Yangtse river patrol which said the situation at Wuhu up the river from Nanking Tvas growing more critical i guns of allied warships Renewed J warning for Americans to leave the j interior have beenissued by Minisi Hotel Mr and Mrs R R Dahlbergof Chi cago in the fashionable RitzCarlton any ths departments an nouncement said Minister MacMurray said that a message to him from Nanking re ported that outrages there were more riotous than at first Examination of depositions and verbal statements by Americans had produced evidence of two known cases attempted attacks on Amer ican women and there were other cases only slightly less serious in it was added The message states that the campaign terrorism and insult to loreigners is not only officially countenanced and directed but even the statje de partment announcement said The incident at Nanking could Hiave been more outrageous The incidents would have been greatly multiplied but for the time ly bombardment Suggestion is made in this mes eage of the immediate withdrawal of all Americans in Nationalist ter ritory and the undertaking some action sufficiently stronng to defer the perpetrator of similar indents Agitation in the native city of Shanghai and Chapel continued today but quiet prevailed within the in ternational Settlement and the French concession area the navy de partment was advised in i brief re port from Admiral Williams com manding American naval forces in Chinese waters Several attempts to enter the con cessions were made by Chinese in dividuals nnrt small mobs the ad miral said but these were repulsed difficulty by the border sentries and patrols The destroyer Win B Preston bus ordered to leave Shanghai to morrow for Chefoo The movement tor MacMurray at Peking and var ious American counsls Commercial dispatches The jewelry was fully insured and reward of was offered by the reaching I insurance company for the arrest of the city tola of reported incidents j the thief or the recovery of the gems at Hankow said Cantonese were i The robbery was reported to police placing heavy guns at points long I nine hours after the jewels were dis the Yangtse down which the ships covered missingfrom a box ia a loaded with refugees must pass and j bureau drawer The gems were apparently bore out the apprehenj stolen apparently sometime between sion manifest here even though no 2 p Sunday and a official advices were received from yesterday Other jewelry worth Admiral C S Williams commander j 000 lay in plain sight near the rifled of American naval forces in Chinese I chest but was not taken waters or from diplomatic and con sular representatives Police said indications were that the robbery was the work of a clever The lack however of any word j professional hotel tlieif who gained from the admiral was taken as a favorable indication as lie promptly had reported any unusual or threat ening developments While this could not relieve fully anxiety of of ficials who know that many Amer icans still are at points where their safety would be jeopardized should an outbreak occur it never the less gave assurance that the situation was adjusting itself probably as rapidly as could be expected The latest hai showc and other foreign commanders were exerting nil precautions and that the inlernational settlement them was being guarded carefully against mob attack Consul General Gauss reportrl that the activities of the socalled labor corps in that area had prompted some alarm in the foreign sotllement He said that those were men of the loafer type anil many are armed and that there were a considerable number in the Chinese ho added efforts were being maclo to reach mission aries in outlying settlements rte being sent to got in touch with thrm entrance to tha suite by a njaster key Twentytwo pieces of jewelry in cluding a plaque inlaid with sixtyfive were stolen A gold watch chain drop encrusted with the royal coat of arms of Spain presented to Mrs Dahlberg by Princess Maria De Bourbon of Spain was among the articles taken The Dahlbergs received wide pub Jicity last summer when a number j of letters were received by Chicago test from Shangi newspapers after Mrs Dahlberg had iod that Admiral Williams entertained Princess Maria of Spain j The letters criticized Mrs Dahlbergs hospitality motives Mrs Dahlberg said at the time that she did not know the source ot the letters and denied she had referred to Chicagos gold coast society as a washtub De Pinedo Left Havana For New Orleans Today HAVANA March Cominiandei Francesco De Pinedo Italys Ionsdistance flier hopped off at oclock this unorningfor New Orleans De Pinedo and hvs aids Captain Carlo Dclprcte and Meehanican Jap Attempts Suicide SHANGHAI March AP xvas directed by Admiral Kamo Araki who was in j Vitalc Sacchetti arc engaged in a acting in response to a request reI r lhe at theJap i four continent from Italy to ceived by him from the American consul at Chefoo The destroyer Pillsbury was reported to be on its jway today up the Yangtso river tin jder orders to evacuate missionaries anise ronnsiilati at Nanking at the South and North Aiaiorica and return of the Oanloneso attack last i They left Caffliari iSardina in their week ntlemptpd suicide aboard the plane the Santa Maria on February j Japanese flagship Tone tins morni 13th ing Hr is in a grave comltion Tic weather good with a i Aiirki arrived in Shanghai from jrcntle south wind when they hopped and neighboring NailhInR 011 tllc to re ofr this morning rfor the 700 mile port particulars to the commander i flight over the Gulf of Mexico to in chief of the Japanese squadron New Orleans A small group of of After the interview he tried to take ficials workmen Italian residents his life j were at the dock to wish them good Missionaries Half Starved Thc plane arrived in Havana LONDON March yesterday from Port An Prince Jijaces i Fired on U S Aviator WASHINGTON March attack Iby Liberals on American irnarine corps airplane was reported ito the navy department today by jRear Admiral Lathner commanding forces in Nicaraguan waters The admiral said a force estimated at 200 men opened fire yesterday iwith rifles and machine guns on an tailplane piloted by Captain H D Campbell who with Lieutenant F H observer was irnakini an air reconnaisance about iiine miles east of Leon Part of the tail of the plane was shot away but Neither officer was injured 1 Moderate In Control WASHINGTON March leaders among the Na tionalists in China apparently were in control of the situation at Shang hai today as no reports of renewed stntiforeign agitation were received fcy the state and navy departments While late dispatches indicated that the Cantonese military forces Siad exerted a restraining hand in the territory and that the tension had relaxed considerably Seven half starved American sionaries have arrived at Shanghai on a Chinese junk from Kiangyin with a distressing story of a series I of hardships on their six day jour ney says todays Daily Express On their arrival at Shanghai thn missionaries were half starved al most overcome by exhaustion and scantily clad His Sensitive Spot is a rare treat I know I dont treat very often but please dont rub it in BOX LETTER AND INVOICE FILES SUPPLY CO One Wow surts the occasionally ends it STARVING Millions of people have learned tHe You cnn see the results in every circle Countless people all about you have attained a normal weigbt Mar mola Prescription Tablets embody the modern mttltod They combat tjic Xlaiitl cause No abnormal exercise or diet is required People have used them for 19 years Tlicy have told the results to others until llie demand for has grown tn very large pro portions All clrtipRisis supply lUnrmoh at t a box Each box contains an explana tion of why the results occur You will always be Rind if you learn at once what Aannola means to your good health and good looks Warrensbiirg Hickory Smoked Hanie Are Better per Welchs Grapelade Jar F F 0 G Cherry Preserves Jumbo Salted Peanuts Pound Holden Creamery Butter Is 60c Lawn Grass Seed and Garden Seeds Wrights Glean Grocery TELEPHONES 42 AND 154 ST LOUIS Mar American people as a whole arc be coming reckless in the use of money W R Storehouse of Los Angeles president of the Savings Division of the American Bankers Association declared in an address here today at the MidWest Regional Savings Con ference Today if you drop a penny on the sidewalk you almost ihcsitate to pick it Morehouse aid If you drop a nickel or a dime in your office you are tempted to remark Oh let the janitor get It isnt so much the high cost of living these days as it is the lack of appreciation of the value of minor coins Twentyfive years ago our young people were more careful about the expenditure of a nickel than young America is today of a quarter Young America is being reared in this environment and it borders on extravagance Our schoool children are demanding liberal allowances for their school expenses Instead of taking lunch to school as was the rule with children twentyfive years ago Young America today is insist ing on an allowance of not less than 50 cents a To offset this tendency Morehouse urged his banker audience to encour age the modern youth in the opening of savings accounts where pennies and nickels welcomed Morehouse also assailed install ment buying for its abuses and for the tendency to encourage purchase of luxuries instead of necessities hut upheld the plan when carried out on a reasonable basis Morehouse warned that stock salesmen and promoters were getting too many of the savings accounts with promises of high rates of inter est without due regard to safety He said a need of the hour was for hanks to lend money to home builders on easy installments Rome C Stephenson president of the St Joseph Loan and Trust Com pany SouthBend urged that more banks establish bond depart ments so that investments may be recommended to several He told of two cases in which bank patrons made bad investments through out side influecnes Their money was re covered by volunteer services of bank officials Belief that a new day is dawning in the savings field was expressed by Noble Jones savings manager of the First in St Louis who called attention to the fact that tho per capita savings of the Middle West are only S125 as compared with 8500 for the New England states This condition he said is due to the state of development of the respec tive territories He urged good ad vertising to bring in business Other speakers on todays program included Arthur R iCooney assistant vice president of the Texarkana Na tional Bank Texarkana on and Building a Savings C B Mudd casihier of the First National Bank Sit Charles on The Value of Savings to the Gaylor F Morse assistant cashier of the State Bank of Chicago or Building Savings and F S Wettack cash ier First National Bank Keokuk on The Dilemma of is predicted members of the Knights of Pythias will Ibe here next Ostover 10 li and 12 for the annual state con vention Special trains have Ibcen arranged for St Louis and Kansas Citv delegations Fuller Brushes For Fuller Mops Wall Brushes Polish and All Fuller Brashes PHONE 588EED BENZRENTA FORD Rent a car for business or pleasure pay by the mile it is cheaper Ford Coups Sedans Tourings Chevrolet Sedan Dodge Sedan RATES ON LONG TRIPS Phone 544 522 Jefferson St PHONE 222 Better Service lower Prices DIEMLERS This is the latest Wash ington snapshot of Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia who beside being a veteran of the senate chamber only member of President Clevelands cabinet still alive Senator Smith was minister of the the gay Police Lieutenant Probing Whisky Case Found Slain PHILADELPHIA Mar in full uniform and with a single bullet wound between the eyes the Ibody of Lieutenant Elwood of the Lancaster police was found today on a road in Sharon Hill Delaware courity An automobile in which the police man is said to have started out on his rounds last night has not been found His revolver and club also are missing Before leaving the police station Gainor wrote a note to Chief of Po lice Eckman raying Am going to Delaware on follow up of 7th ward liquor The case to which he referred was a bootlegging investigation among residents of the ward in which he lived Girls Hurt In Jumping From BurningFactory CHICAGO Mar girl employeers were slightly injured today when they jumped from a third story window to the elevator tracks to escape a fire in the plant of the Wellington Stone company a shade factory The girls Gladys Ray ner and Lacy Kinzie suffered cuts and bruises It takes two to make a marriage but only one to make a Notice I have moved my Shoe Eepair Shop from 403 West McCarty to 310 Madison Street W H OTT Mrs Anne E Hobfos Singer and Teacher Graduate of American and European Conservatories also New York Postgraduate Singers and speakers coached in diction and interpre Studio 513 Capitol Telehpone 1365 Electric Repairing Of Irons Vacuum Cleaners Percolators etc J W STOKES PHONE NO 1171 H5EL BUTTLED Aided By Col Zevely of Osage County the Cole County Representative Sought To Amend the Measure T Death Monday Up During Last Five Sessions ILLINOIS TO BE And Until Now Was Always Be Is Up To the Welcome thi Adoption of Measure Representative Henry C Asel o Cole County and Representative Zevely of Osage County fought val iently but vainly yesterday afternoon against the adoption of the bill to install an electric chair in the prison here and providing that all the states condemned men be officially killed in Jefferson City Asel tried to tack several amend ments on the bill which if they had been adopted would have sent the bill back to the senate and there is little likelihood that the senate would get around to it again Any of the amendments would have been fatal The measure is now up to Goy Baker An effort has been made at every session for the past ten years to execute all condemned criminals in Jefferson City but until now the bills have always been defeated The electric chair is designed to relieve the sheriffs of the various counties of the task of executingcon demned criminals LOUISIANA have been approved for the threestory SmithBan Hospital in this city Bids wil be received for the structure on April 12 PRINCETON MO atives of a Kansas oil concern have secured leases in Mercer County and expect to start drilling soon MEXICO 300 ibusi ness men and farmers have agreed to buy stock in a fair association in order to revive the Audrain County Fair Parent Eskimos never punish their probably because living like the Eskimos is punishment enough GOOD CHICKS BARKED ROCKS EHODE ISLAND BEDS ENGLISH W LEGHOKNS Prepaid Live Delivery OZARK FARMS Westphalia Mo SEE J B BENNE For ELECTRIC WIRING Also Fixtures All Work Guaranteed Phone 1132 Black or Call at 608 Oliio Street We Clean Everything Southside Cleaners and Dyers PHONE 1688 JIMMY WALSH Cleaner Delivery Service Everywhere August B Eveler CAEPENTEE AND BTTILDEE If you are thinking of building a new home or remodeling your old one see me 411 West High Street Phone 286Green BABY CHICKS Good Strong Healthy Chicks per 100 Order direct Eeliable Blue Bell Hatchery Koute No 3 Jefferson City Mo If Do Not Accept Terms Is the Announcement Made By Eice Miller Head of Operators Asso ciation of That State Many Mines Hare Posted Notices Now Action Was Taken After Headsof the Union Had Decided To Make Contracts With Individual Mines Bather Than Districs March Rice Millar president of the Illinois Coal Operators1 Association an nounced today that every coal mine in Illinois will be closed at midnight Thursday with orders not to open until union miners accept the terms of the operators Mr Miller said that already four of the largest mines in the state have issued orders to close were posted at the new Orient Mine at Frankfort advising employes of suspension of operations on March Miller said the mines of the three companies in which he is interested the Hillstooro Coal company at Hills boro and the Illinois Coal company mines at JMiason and Springfield also would be closed The action of operators in deciding to shut down Mr Miller was taken after the United Mine Workers had reached a decision at a meeting in Indianapolis to make union contracts with individual linines rather than by districts in the past TUSCUpVLBIA hundred thousand pickers will he needed to haivest the 1927 strawberry crop of the Ozarks of Southwest Missouri and Northwest Arkansas Hot Dog Hotel Wie ner say it is the wurst Angenendt Coal Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Cor Brooks and W Miller St TELEPHONE 144 FURNACES Repairing and Installing Warm Air Furnaces 3 W STOKES PHONE 1171 MARINELLO SHOP FOR A EUGENE PERMANENT WAVE or a Yaper Marcel Permanent Wave call 206 for an appointment 117 East High street MRS A M McCORMICK Phone JohnnyontheSpot for Our coal business and its suc cess is based upon the service that we render to our patrons We sell them clean coal of the great est heat units and we deliver on time MOERSCHEL PRODUCTS CO Dealers in Temperature ICE PHONS COAL 27 113   

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