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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - July 16, 1929, Dunkirk, New York                               TODAY'S ISSUE 18 PAUES DUNKIRK EVENING OBSERVER Weithtr Hair an; ta ESTABLISHED 1682-------FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE OF THE UNITED PRESS MONDAY'S PRESS RUN 4993 nlcht; Wedun day Increasing cloudiness vuu. c.xxYiu, NO. ea DUNKIRK, N. Y., TUESDAY, JULY 1C, lit Fit tvnk IXIItrrrt i on. Fifty Thousand White Russians Offer Services to Cabinet Watches Effect on Manchurian Interests. PROCEED WITH CONTROL OF EASTERN RAILWAY Patriotic Fervor Arises Through out Russia Caicu- lation Not Clear As to Expira- j tion of Time Limit. Forty-eight utter the Soviet Union's three-day ultimatum was banded to China's charge d'affalrt Moscow the general situation todar ttood as followi: lleporta (ram Harbla that 000 Russian soldiers crossed Into Manchuria but arotJeJ contact with Chinese forces. Tbe Itusslan populace bnrntd with patriotic terror and demanded (bat the government late measures In protecting tho rlgbU of the Soirl-t Union. Tens ot thousands ot manu ers pledged allegiance to tbe ro'ern- menL In tho capitals of Cblna th-.r? nas an atmosphere of calm and placidity. Chinese people were not lu the least excited, not eren when It v.ai re- ported that C. T. Wang. lat foreign minister not return to Nanking to form a reply to intll neit Friday. Other reports frcin Manchurlt ted that tbe Mukden con- tinued to assume control ot Ihc I'111 nese Eastern railway. OTer which the whole dispute bad started Tbe European capitals icfi'ed to believe that there would Japan asumed an attitude jf watthful waiting. The Japanese pren criti- cized the tactics of Cblna In seizing the road. It was reported from Derl'n that Russia already bad chosen a repre- sentative for the conference In Ihe event China accepts nusia's -oposal to discuss all the elements involved In Ihe control of the line. Protest Passport to Peace Leader NEA Washington Ilareau took an oath to "support" tbe United States bnt wouldn't swear to "defend It. Despite this. the. state de- partment Isl'Jed a passport to Ml'! Dorothy Detier. secretary of the Wo men's International League for Peace and now she Is the center ot a storm ot protest from tbe D. A. R. and other patriotic organizations She Is shown above with tho passport which will en able her to attend a convention of her society In Prague. Body Has Mid-July Crop Report Before It At Today's Session In Washington. BU. LESS THAN 1928, FORECAST However Carry Over from Last Year Is More Than Hundred Million Bushels Larger Than That of Previous Year. Invited Cop to Attend the Funeral Chicago, July I. Vsl Frttdmtn tpttdtd north In Halitcd strttt ta tht bedsldt cf a dying patient when ht was atopptd by Franklyn Martyn, a motorcycle policeman. "You're going too fast." tht policeman told tho physician. "I am hurrying to a vtry lick tht doctor replied. Then ensued an argument which delayed him Zi minutes In reaching his patient. Or. man aald. Tht next day tht patltnt ditd and Or. Frecdman wrott Martyn a letttr attending him an Invita- tion to tht funeral. Ytsttrday Dr. frttdman was flntd and easts for speeding. ENTER PLEAS OF By LAWRENCE SULLIVAN United Press Staff Correspondent) Washington. July 11 federal farm board today turned Its attention to the most urgent problem awaiting of the current wheat crop, which al ready Is filling storage bins at farmt and export centers atlko. Selection ot the eighth member ot the board, the spokesman for the wheat producers and marketing Inter QwnerS Of Bankrupt Bank Were esta. a eipected today or CnS.Mi PO...I Completion of tbe board's personnel ill enable the new administrative agency Immediately to lay down Its program for tbe neit two months. The second meeting ot tht hoard to day had before It the mid-July crop forecast ot the department ot agrlcul ture. which offertl ot a smalkl world crop than had beea heretofore anticipated. A world crop ot 000 bushels short ot last year's pro ductlon was declared probable In the department's report. "Should the world's supply turn out o be as Indicated the average prices ot all classes of wheat In the United States would be Increased above th' present levels." the survey said. "The price of No. 1 hard winter wheat at Kansas City la the rast year has average a little over Per bushel. A reduction ot about 200, bushels In the world's supply mlsht be eipected to raise this aver act to about 30 per bushel, or with n 5 cents of that figure "Tbo world's area to bn harvested now seems likely to-be no larger than last >ear" Against this factor, however, Arraigned in Federal Court Today. York Police Running DOWn! survey set the present Vice President's Sister Writes Kentucky's W. C. T. U. She Did So For Her Country and Her Brother. Ky.. July 18 Dilly Curtis (lann. sister and official hostess ot Ylce President Curtis, de dined liquors at a recent dinner glv en In Washington by Sir ttime How ard, tbe British ambassador, "out of consideration of mv own country and my It was disclosed today In an exchange of correspondence be tweea MM riann and the Kentucky Women's Christian Temperance Un Ion lira. Gann revealed her attitude In a reply addressed to Mrs. Ludle 0 president ot the state W. C T U. Mrs. Picket! and other members ot the orrarliatlon had felicitated Mrs Gann on jstabllshlng her toc'al ttatnt In official Washington and had asked her for a fraak statement of whether the did, "for the honor and dignity of hfr country, decline to taste liquor at S r Esrnf Howard't dinner." Mrs Gann's reply was: "1 did de- cline." The text of the reply was as follows' "Today's mall brought mt the letter tlgned br you and other officers ol the Kentucky Wonea's Christian Tern perance Union la which yon ask for a statement1 as to wether or not 1 declined liquors at the dinner recent- ly given by tbe Drltlsb ambassador and Udy Isabella Howard. 1 did decline. "Of coarse you know Sir Esnw How ard has the right under the laws ot his country to serve whatever he wish e-s. However, out of consideration ol my own country and mr brother. I fee-] the proper thing f r me to do at times Is to decline. "Sincerely yours. "Dolly Curtis Gann." all SENSATIONAL ROBBERY Clues Which Link the Leath- ers Union With Recent Cases. New York. July sought today to link labor racketeers who are said ta have received 000 a year In graft from builders with murder, arson and extortion cat Investigation Into the racket was precipitated by a series of mys terlous flrfls In Incompleted apart ment houses District Attorney John K McOee ban. of the Dronx. where most of the fires occurred. It searching through homicide records for mbnantlatlon of charges that gunmen had been hired by the ring The murder ot Harry Smith ot the 1-athcrs union and the fatal assault on John Car boy, a lathing contractor, may have been Instigated by tbe racketeers. In voatlgators suggest. Smith, Investigators said, "put on the be protested against employment of "ring" lath ers while union men could not get work. Carboy was severely beaten for refusing to pay two per cent ol bis profits to racketeers. It Is claim stocks. "Tho accounted for world's arry over ot wheat on July report said, "appears to be from approximate ly 100 million ta 125 million busbelt greater than last year, when It amount ed to about 420 million bushels. Prac tlcally all over the Increase Is In United States." On the basis ot present domestic crop forecasts, "corn prices are likely to be well maintained until the ap proach of the new marketing season next fall Farm prices of corn at the beginning of the new crop year may average about SO cents a bushel, while prices ot No J yellow corn at Chicago may average about 31 cents per bush el." President Hoover baa turned the en tire farm rehabilitation program over to his board, which Is to carry out the administration program under the new 5SOO.OOO.OOO marketing bills "I Invest you with responsibility authority and resources such as have never before been conferred by our government la assistance to aay In the president told the new board at the Initial White House meit- ing yesterday. His Automobile Struck a Con- crete In Hospital With Broken Ribs. New York. July resentatlve Frank Oliver, of the Z3rd Twenty-Two Other School Girls Were Badly Injured In the Attended Picnic. Tegucigalpa. Honduras, July whole nation was throwa Into mourning today over the tra- gic death of U blgh school girls, an members of socially prominent famll- who were killed In an automobile New York. July F [looker, one ot tbe four partners la the defunct prlvato banking firm of Clarke Brothers, made a complete) statement ot the bank's affairs to the county grand Jury, acting District At torney Ferdinand Pecora announced this afternoon. Pccora itald Ihe statement 'startling nnd sensational." TO MER'S New York. July 16 mem of tbe bankrupt private bank ol Clarke Ilrotb'rs, 151 Nassau ttrcet rhlch failed recently for more than today entered pitas of not guilty when arraigned In federal conrl before Judge Harry II Anderson, of Tennessee The mon were, released on ball each, which was Imposed when they wero Indictcil last week for mall fraud lu conmeti'in with tbu bank's failure The. tour men. James Hao Clarke Hudson Clarku. Jr., Philip Clarke and John C. Douker. yesttrday were Indict ed on two new containing IS counts. One Indictment charged ctmcelamtnt ot assets and conspiracy to conceal assets In violation of tbe bankruptcy law, while the other chart ed use of Ihe mall to defraud and con splracy to HSR the malls to defraud Hearings wero rtsumed this morn'ng before United States Commissioner Garrett W. Cotter. Files Petition For Release Claim- ing She Was More Than 12 Miles from Land. Itoston. July P poll tlon In which the omnera of the Ilrlt- ish auxiliary schooner Mareullendole ask that Ihe craft aud Its '.I quor cargo lie returned to them will be heard In federal court Lore >'rl day. Tbe petition was filed by Attorney James A. Donovan of l.iwrrnre. cojn sel for tbe owners, who alleged that the vessel was more than 12 miles off Capo Cod when selted by coast guards on July 10 The Mareullen dole was said to owned by the Eastern Seaboard Steamship company of Montreal Captain Watson Wagner and bit crew of nine arc free on ball await- ng a hearing oa rum smucctln; charges. congressional district. Ihe Dronx, re- accident as they were returning from celved possibly fatal Injuries In an au- 1 a at San Huenavenlara. tomoblle accident today. Twenty two other school girls were Ills car struck the concrete wall Injured tn the wreck and were the grand concourse underpath near rusnjj (0 hospitals. Mosholu parkway and was demolish lne worat tragedy which has IN HOLLYWOOD ed. He was taken to Fordham hosplt befallen country In yeari. All Hollywood, Calif. 1.1, Two of three men who provided the 1 with three broken ribs, lacerations j lnd concert halls wero f the head and chest and other In t, The wnoie populace was whock ot Sid Graaman's Chinese motion pic- ture palace, were hunted today. One of the trio held up Detective Lieutenant Hugh A. Crowley In fiont The Plttsburghor. crack New cf tbe movie and stole was In custody and has confemcd police announced. nn TTP NAVAL OFFICER SUED BOX CARS LEFT ON TRACK, pQR BREACH OF PROMISE Luxurious Vessel Was At Anchoi In Hempstead Harbor With Several Others. EXPLOSION BLEW DECK INTO THE AIR First Mate and a Sailor Missing on Board Savec Themselves by Jumping Into the Water. Olen Cove. .V. Y.. July P.) luxurious yacht Wenonah It. owned by JamM A. Sllllmaa. banker was destroyed by tiro and explosion tnday at It lay In Hempsteda har r with 1! members ot the crew aboard. The flr.'t mate la missing and I believed to have been killed and ono other sailor was taken to a hospital The other ten men aboard escaped by leal Ing Into Ibe water. The big yacht, formerly tbe Modes Ey. was tied up off Garvey's Point close by other famous yachts Includ Ins the Corsair, owned by J. P. Mor gan. the Whlleaway of Harry Payne) Whitney, and Ihe Clthora of Mrs WU Ham U Darkness Several hundred tbousans of dollars were represented In tbe yacht fleet. Witnesses said they board the ex plosion and then saw the deck and smokestacks ot the Wrnonah shoot In to Ihe air. Heavy black smoke start- ed belching up and then llamej shot many ftet Into tho air Tiio craft burned to thn water's tdgo but moil members of the crow wero able leap Into the water and were rescued by small boats put out by other ves sels In the hsrbor. Knutien was believed to bwn In the engine room at the llmo ot the rxpKision. Stlllman had loft tin to go Into bis New ic it earlier irk "Ilife. Hutchinson Out of itary Precautions Are Ur- gently Needed. Hutchlnson, Kan, July Red Cross oITiclals came to tbo aid of flood ttrlckea Ilutcbinson today as stores opened and cltlxtns worked tn restore normal conditions alter flood waters had rufthed thrcyi to sis feet deep through most of thx rnldcni.- and business sections "Only Immediate sanitary efforts can avert an epidemic In tbe nf tbe waters." icald Mrs J O Don ovan. Ited Cross official Al bert Krans of St. Ixiuls. wbo It la charge of sanitation measures Mayor If J Haskard has appealc d 'or contributions for raanr families eft In desperate straits by the In undatlon IJttle water wan In the city to- day, although first to enter he downtown business district were forced to remove their shoes to reach tome of the storm Damage In Hutchinson was estlma at but havoc In Ihecoun [rynlde around the city pushed tbe loll higher. Water was receding 'rom farms In aa area of SO mlics around Ihe city but thousands of acres of wheat were washed Kway and beaten down bv tbo flood. Held as Aid in Smuggling Case NKA Ban Francisco Ilurnn Huen KUOQ. above, chancellor ot the Cbluese consulate at San KrancUto, bat been Jailed by federal authorities fur allcRiN] complicity In tbe opium and silks smuggling charges on which Dr. Kao, Chinese sub- consul, and his wife sro under arrest Federal authorities will seek Jail for tbe AGREE TO LEAVE IF All Are Protected by Police and U. S. Marshals Heavily Arm ed. NO DEMONSTRATIONS MADE BY STRIKERS Union Officials Order All Their Men to Participate in No Dis- Pickets Stand Guard At Company's Prop- erty. New Orleans. IA. July New Orleans rnla to work on street can for tbe first time In more thin two weeks. Carj worn started yesterday protection of United States depot; mamlials acting lu enforce a federal Injunctloa granted a week ago by l-'cdoral Judeo Wayne (1. Itorah. Although many of Ihe J.OOO slrlk Ing railway men lined the streets. with thousands of curious there "ere no demonstrations such at marked party efforts at renewal of servleo with Mrlkebreakcrs I'nlon pickets acting npun of their union anil under permission ol federal Injunction stood guard 01 er entrances and eiUa to com tuny property. They bad strict CllinCSC Vice Consul, Wife "'fir nmclaU to participate In nn dlsorilcm A rnixMltlon of rioting and plllag- lug might In nmtlal law. spokesmen for (iovernor Iluey Ixing have Chancellor May Be Held For Trial by U. S. Court. Gunmen Herded Employes in Back Room While Cash Draw- ers in Vault Were Rifled. Cleveland. O. Inly mell drew-ed man. wearing a leghorn hat and dark blue suit. luffed non- SWAM FOUR MILES FROM SINKING SHIP Drlgantlne, N. J, July It took three hours of grim battling for Captain G. P. Crowley, 70, ta swim four miles ta shore when his 35 foot sloop began ta settle He secured medical aid after swim, borrowed a change of clothing and took a taxlcab to Atlantic city to report his loss. The tloop was stranded oa a sandbar by Udt. lit, rmsonrgnor. cracir. iort- SenIeoB formcr ,ccom Pittsburgh passenger train, was w.l.ka filed suit In chilall, at a oirtcted 1 u'alika (lied suit In foi-r gunnuin In robbing thn Farmers Bank nf Cleveland hero InJay of flen Evans of Pittsburgh. englnear of the passenger train. crushed Richmond. alleglnr to death beneath his overturned loco- of motive. A ebb car and fonr Senlcon. wbo lives at Miutaio. n biuu KUU ers also were overturned but although, Washington avenue, says lea tenant proposed to marry nar latt tba passengers were severely shaken no Injuries wen rtported. Train service was restored early to- day atttr a two hoar delay. Tie Plttsburgher was on the ran toward N'tw York and pattetictra wtra trans- ferred ta another train and, taktn to Unlr dttUaaUoa. June. Oa May T when tbe discovered that ha was married end hid two children la Norfolk, Va, he he would divorce hU wife, Mlu Senlcon alleges. tbea he bu done notblnc about It. Senlton salj. 000. The robbers cacapcd In a Ford car. When two of gunmen entered tbe bank they found Clarence flold bach, bonk Arthur Orient cashier, and Ursula Colbert, ZJ. iten Two Cleveland Press Men Reliev- ed of Citation Based on Edi- torial Criticism. CleveUid. Jul. 1 t< mpt of court citations against two officers ot the Cleveland Press were dismissed today. Arguments were continued for dismissal ot cllatlonr aralnst two others. A lengthy statement was made from the bench by Common Pleas Judge Frederick P. Walther, In which he fended his action Id granting to opera ten ot Thistledown race track an In Junction against a sheriff's Infrfer enco with tbe track. Critical editorials In th< CleTeland Press, the basla for the con tempi citations, were untrun aa far they apply to the Juljo. Walthcr de rlared. Judge Waltber hoard himself de San KrancUcu, July 16 alguul by Kao, Chinese1 vice cnusul bere, and bit wife, center ot an International sensation because worth cit opium waa fmmd In InCKage. to Itava this country by Mh, wcro forwarded to Dr. C, Wu, Chlneso ambassador today. Tim wero at the TV iui at of Ktio Mln Tang, semiofficial irpanlnllon of the San Kmiclicu Chi natown were Intmdid as pl-dgcs ol IHIngnMS to ahldo by tbo order ol Wu at Washington, retailing Ylng Kao Hucn Voon, chancellor of tho Chinese, consulate here, whn alao was Impllcat ed In thr case, to leave by An gust 6, It bit Innocence could not be proved btforn then Kooa was order ed recalled when similar action wa taken against Vim Kao However, the trio has not jc't been released from chirgen brought agalns them by Ihe UnllM Stales government The) envoys and Mrs, Ylrg Kao wen arrested and on bond- h after complaints were Issued ac ruling them   m Capt. Zlegulbcln oai tbo bridge juit lie [ore the big ves-j Marled toll I'nlted Presa he did not Intend ti> try to break an records "The safety of my iiassccgcis Is my first consideration." be Noverthclets, w afarlng folk here predicted crowding or breaking of records Completed In great escrccy afler tho tuutlal destruction nf her sister So Terrified by the Spec- tacle Did Not Stop Running For Seen 300 Years Ago. Wlilsl.iro. N. Y, July It P.) Three young fishermen, atlll eiclled orer their Insistent todsy they bad teen the famous I.nte Cham- plain tea serpent. eiljluneo hti bten affirmed and denied hy a confut- ing combination of fact and fancy during the moro than 300 years alnca the Iake'4 discovery. Thomaa Ilrldgo of WllUboro vlllago ind two companions. Davis Itlley and Wesley IJnlmby, wero fishing at-the mouth of the Ilouijuct river Sunday when what appoared to them to bo a iugR serpent or fish thrust Its heal ilgh aborx Ihn ot the lake. The monster began shaking Its tall violently, lashing tbe water Into a ot foam. Terrltlfd by tha did not ttop running until he haj ri-aehed tbo village, two miles away. Itlli'7 and Qulmby alia retired pre- cipitately but said there could be na mistake about what they had toeu. The water was ilhturbed for acrjs iround. thiy said IlrlJgn previously had ridiculed alui of a Mko Champlaln sea ser- pent. The aorpent has been blng ot a legendary figure la this lection, and the last time he was re- lorted seen was 20 years ago, when le appeared betweea Port Henry and Irown Point. In the chronicles of Samuel di "kamidaln. whn discovered the lake n It Is related that a flab It eet In length, wlih a great mouth Ined with rows of aharp tueth. was acountered Attempts were made 13 pear the creature but Its bide was M that polnardj had n fleet or were broken against II LATEST New July If.-il King ford-Smith anl C. e, 0, ,.jclfic y ship, the Europa. by fire, Ihe lire- men Is rxperled llirv.itca tbe transatlantic "d record held by tbo Cnnard Ucur. Matirctanla The new Gernun ship Is feet ConsfiMlnop'i In length. 100 MM In buam with Hit- Ixmdnn Pill) 000 trm< dUplacemint. Her four) Jay tin! 1 lit rnnnoidtiie Huathern Crow, probably will attempt to clrcumnavlcitioi of the globe by air In a Ixin Inn tu York mm fllcht. Pans. July Th? gov- ernment of jirt nifrr cam won JM rote rontideinf on fKti" of ntifiratlnn ot th4 Armnnn .it I war rtMits to. diy :u 1.1 ographer. These were marched to i.i "a d cf fie race, track the rear room and Ruarded with re .hen .Vwtna D llaker rolrers. other two then couasel for the Press executives the cash drawers In vault. lop-n George Vraa. a patron, walked In tit was told ta go Into the hack room after they took from him lop-nrd arjnnoni for dismissal of th( ot wheat la tht Unite.! Slatca decreased aboat U.VM.WO fci lot UUSKUVER. 'lijilieli during past Dial noathj. mighty turbine tett total about 000 horttj power Oa a recent test run the roachM a tpfled of :S knott in hoar brt was believed fa have hold two or I'irro knott In reserve The Maiiretanla, whose record for tbo Atlantic cnwJlng Is flvo days, cine hour anl forty five minuter Im a spfird nf 29 knots The Itremcn M dne at Southampton Wednesday anl Sew York flvo dayt later. yon have anything to tell, an advt. la tbt will help you dltnoao ot IL 
                            

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