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   Post Standard, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1926, Syracuse, New York                               THIRD SECTION L .r N. SUNDAY AUGUST 1926. TEN CENT3 i Annual Expenditure for Pofital Needs Would Not Exceed RENTALS Deadlock Between Large and Small Cities Would Be Harmful. By WALTER W. 4 ember of House of It is understood that a. general survey of postal needs -will 'be made by 'the Post Office Department and j .report thereon -submitted to the J L F Congress at the next -session. I have prepared a bill which is likely to be Introduced in -some form the House reconvenes authorizing appropriations in the amount of -with an annual expen- diture not in excess of and providing' a .public buildings program for 17 cities in the United Mich- Campaign lection to Start at N. Y. Dinner on Aug. 4 Will Be Slogan in Face of Democratic t Dry Rival _________________________ F WAGNER HAS CALL AT BAY Fitzgerald and. Wingate Others Now in Eyes of 1 F Tammany. t ri f New July L Wadsworth's friends fear he is to bo made the victim of a dry revolt in the Republican Park and so have F started an intense campaign for his which begin at a dinner to be given the Senator at the Fifth Ax-enue Restaurant Aug. 4. The dinner is1 sponsored by the Republican ness an organization which has for purpose re-elec- tion of the senior Senator from New- York. Senator Wadsworth never has had a. real contest for election. He defeated James W. Gerard in 191-1 1 i when the Democratic candidate was in Berlin as United States Ambassador. Six years later his opponent was.Lieut.-Gov. Harry YV. Walker of Binghamton. Even Gov. Smith defeated that year in the Harding landslide. This year the Democrats appear determined to renominate Gov. and they likewise- are firm SENATOR -WADSWORTH. belicE thcy can clect a Dcmocrat successor to Wadsworth. Xew York Iscw Norfolk. Philadel- Guides' Bullets Stop Charg- ing Lioness and Rhinoceros. San and Saint Missouri. The Public Buildings Act ap- proved May provides for the District of of which not more than shall bo expended annually The Act further provides that nut more than shall be expended annually in the 4S Statesjncludlns1 expenditures for.the completion oC projects authorized by the Act of March 1913. For such projects at least one-third oC such annual ex- penditure for each of the fiscal years 'SS shall be alloted if re- quired for their completion. This Tvould leave an annual appropria- tion oC only for the coun- try an amount which is wholly. Insufficient to meet pressing needs. In Rentals. .My Information is that the Gov- ernment today is paying in annual rentals 'in excess Centals are constantly in- creasing from the fact that when a lease expires the Government can only renew it at a greatly in- creased rental. Unless these rentals are Checked they Trill in 10 or. 15 years aggregate in excess oC annually. One of Unless- Supreme Court Justice Fj tvaner insists he TV ill 1TEHJI1 MORE Candy Kid Will Break Long Deathless Record for City. WHITTEMORE SILENT Every Appeal Possible De- nied Execution August 13. Kcw York World KCWS Service. July 31 the b first time in 22 years a .white man is to -be hanged in Baltimore tvhen Richard Reese be executed on Aug. for the murder of Robert H. a i penitentiary guard. who headed a .which In less than a year robbed New York jewelers of more than in merchandise and who the in Buffalo for the murder or two bank will die less than 300 feet from the spot where he felled his victim on his way to freedom after serving one month of a sixteen- year term for robber. Andrews Turns Game Hunter in Canadian Summer at at Lumiere Absence of Telephone Cuts Syracuse Woman From Outside World. WRITING ENTRANCING QUALIFIES AS'HUNTER if l'- Holds No Illusions About in Writ- ing Ranks. b Slary Shipman Andrews of one of the nation's foremost women qalified as a biff erame hunter. Secluded far away from civiliza- j tlo on the shores of sparkling Lac Found murder in the first degree by a jury May the ir Candy .through his counsel several .hundred miles north of Mrs. Andrews has already bashed seven F three caribou and two moose. from the call of the hunt and deeming each of her grun- j achievements admits that .in camp one must do share. She con- fesed that the insistance of her half breed was one reason why she -went think this is heaven-in- she told Isabella Went- j Allen Poc and his un- worth feature writer of New July 31. successfully has taken every ap- peal under the law. His final effort to escape made when Mr. Foe in a formal hearing asked Gov. Albert C. Ritchie to A cable- commute the death sentence to one not he will be the Democratic candidate. He is one others of whom are Mayor Walker and Surrogate Jar.ics A. Foley. He served as minority and majority leader of the he became Lieutenant Governor when Gov. Sclzcr was impeached and Lieut. Gov. Glynn was elevated to the office of Chief Executive. Judse Wagner is known to be first choice of George W. Olvany for the Senatorship. It he does accept the present indi- cations are that ex-Representative John -J. Fitzgerald' or Surrogate Gcorse- W. Wingatc may get the pla.ce. Both are from Brooklyn and friendly to -John H. the Kings County Senator. WaoVworth Between Two Fires. Wadsworth's friends feel his sit- uation is parlous. He is opposed by the dry who have nominated former State Senator F. W. Christman against he nonc too popular with the extreme who feel lie could have stopped the Republican Legislature of J'JIS from voting approval the- Eight- eenth Amendment. This approval was voted as result of a caucus of Republican State Senators at which pressure for ratification was brought to bear by Governor Whit- gram received from British b r East supplementing earlier said 'that Ralph Pul- editor of the New York on first or of a three-months' bagged three one a roan .antelope. three water sometimes called boks. and a number of commoner antelopes. The cablegram reported also that a Allen by perfect saved Mr. Pulitzer once from a charging lioness and again from an angry both close calls. Mr. Pulitzer and his Paul the were said ready to start on a second1 ex- pedition for elephants. Mr. Pulitzer reached Mombasa June 23 and a week later entered the jungles upon the adventure the conclusion of which was marked by yesterday's news. The roan antelope killed by Mr. of 1'fe imprisonment. Although nine ncgrrces have been Ivangcd in Baltimore since 1904. will be the second white man to die on the gallows in that period. The other white man was Andrew in the Baltimore City Jail October 14. 1904. who was was convicted of murdering his wife. Public Spectacle. Leonard's execution was a scan- dalous public spectacle and was witnessed by but a change the writer. tho Boston Evening who recently spent sometime with the author at her camp in the Canadian wilds. No Telephones. The absence of telephones and people are two of the charms Lac Lumiere holds for Mary Shipman Andrews. She cannot quite lose that deep inherent in- terest in'the people and the things which she has left behind her. The flames of the evening camp fires often form a brilliant background for her the each of them came in for their share in the humorous I word-pictures which she painted vx- .f.'-f f Prepared to Dig Coal With or Without Union Participation. ADOPT CREED Mary Shipman Andrews on porch at Wolfs Hollow with her dogs. Industry Will Be Handled as a Unit for Own Protection. JR. Exclusive Dispafcfc io Tftc HcraTrf. July biggest piece of American industrial news since the war is new being Britten in the of Ohio. Rock- ribbed in its unionism for a genera- tion. Ohio has finally thrown-down the gauntlet to r.he United Hine Workers America. Her operat- tired of Traittng for the busi- ness that has passed through the a flyor passing1 a. country have decided to take the hoards from Their idle coal. This are prepa.1 ins to do. union or no union. And as Ohio is the keystone the arch States that compose tho time-honored central union disaffection the crumbling of the arch. The tral competitive SeM thus passes to tlie limbo things that were. Ohio there is no longer ar.v barsainmsr poorer to Fr Says er Crossed Ocean 102 Declares Paris Blames Dry Act for Debt Crisis. came In- the method of hangings In Maryland in whereby longer carried out at the and Xo chil- I had one imperial son. He got so that was the end various county jails of the j of that But We are to be in fine condition and executions arc now at the at that Always doss at home. A rt i Pulitzer species. is the largest of the It is equine in appear- titled to efficient postal service. No service is nearer to the- Having placed the responsibility for efficient service the Postmas- ter General It follows that it is the duty -of the Congress to see that his department is provided with suffi- cient facilities to meet public de- My observation is that the strong- est opposition to the Public Build- ings Bill -was from Membcrs.'oS Con- gross -who contended that in the allocation of the. outside the. District of the large cities would taken care of at the expense of the smaller places in the 1 can soo much force In this contention. It would bo most unfortunate if at the next session of Congress antagonistic insistent demands should 'arise between the orr Page Column mi mmm fmm mf m---m- mmi T T The public demands and is en- man agalnst tho pers0nal views of several members of the Senate. Drys Will Launch Drive for Cristman at 3-day Conference TO DESPITE GANG THREAT Kansas City. July SI UPX-Thc death penalty was .imposed by a. jury here today on Mlllard in the .face of persistent reports that a S.U..Louls -gun- men were -to -free Abel he be convicted. Abel was charged with the .mur- der of Harry' T. an em- ploye of the Feed Harvey in a downtown parking May A heavy guard of deputy. sheriffs in the court room when .the verdict read. The. jurors sent out word before announcing the verdict they 'desired police .pro tec July In a three- day at Round near which has been called for Aug. 7 and S dry forces will open their campaign for Franklin W. inde- pendent Republican candidate for United States Senator.' aieanwhile some of the Cristman who have been busying themselves with efforts to find other issues than. Prohibition on which to appeal to the rank and file of the G. 0. havo conceived the idea of capaUHzing the presence in Xcw York State of President Cpolidge. is being to de- clare himself for every policy for which the President has thereby Icavjng it for the President to say whether he will go out of way to' put any obstacles in the patch of such a stanch They hope at least by adopting such tactics to make it appear that Cristman is as good' a Republican as JWadsworth. stands four feet and a half high at the withers and lias back- ward arching horns about three feet long. The water a species of- antclppc is not so large as the roan and its upright horns arc not so long. It is very sure footed on the steepest inclines and difficult to shoot. BEAUTY FRAUD COURT LAUDS WOMAN Xcw York. July the conviction of the proprietors of a beauty shop for substituing their own product for a ad- vertised non-toxic hair Judge George W. of the Commercial Frauds com- mended Miss Ruth for her public spirit in bringing the sub- stitution to the attention of the court. is high time we got after these white collar ho said. New'York newspapers and the public are helping the Commercial Frauds Court to unearth these fraudulent practices. Many have been but the malicious system is growing. Not only do these commercial crooks trade on the reputation built by national ad- whiciv is a but they frequently endanger public i NEW STYLE PEARLS. July of wearing her strings of pearls around her neck or twisted about her the most woman has them fixed on the-back of her evening frock. land at and Irish -wolf always a the work is done in a scientific manner. Only such persons the Xew .the Scandinavian-American liner Frederick which docked at Hoboken from Copenhagen was Phiiip J. Pea- a lawyer and from TV ho has made 102 another periodic cessation of terms for union op- erators with the mine workers' i union. Western once part of the neld. nas sone and now leaving. and Indiana i alone cannot act for their tonnage justify it. If Ohio operators live up newly adopted .there' be- no bituminous cosl strike worthy of the name when the Jacksonville T covering all Arner- ican union expires 3Iarch 31 next. Until three weeks the outlook for a strike was so J sheriff may invite are now permit- ted to witness executions. Literally thousands have ex- pressed a desire to see the execution of Whittemore. Brady in every mail is deluged with requests for. tickets of admittance. Warden Brady says he wilj stand firmly against any attempt to turn the execution Into a scene for the morbidly curious. H is expected a large crowd will gather outside tnc beautiful Belgian police dog. Cold evenings when we are before huge fire in the librarv there seems who has kept ttatis- r tics of his says he has on snips and twelve dif- ferent and has sailed under seven He has crossed on the Frederik twenty the i hardly to be a rug that has not its Bcrcngaria. six decoration of sleepy dog-. JMaurctania six and many other Writing Fascinating. twice. I work -.rs-s in the trade as almost certain at the beginning1 of the next coal year. That outlook has almost in a twinkling. The outlook now is- for no lower costs and an dance of coal. Asscciation Formed. x The change was brought ab'out h busines of think it is the most entrancing fun ever and riding a But to my mind writing England leads the list of places ._ i the formation at Columbus of a new The traveler's record of countries Assails Means Or Enforcing association of coal operators. This he lias visited number those in Africa and Asia. U. S. Liquor Laws. the most lie having been there ninety. work on cart.li. I have no about my own place in the glorio'us j ranks O literature. feel myself penitentiary walls on the night of one dangle on the fringe of that the execution in the hope the ward- garment. two times. France comes next witii Holland and times. He sails again on the Beren- ice in halt Detroit. Mich-. Juiy _ mm. m- made n-y tne err.mer.i to the after a short visit to Boston. Mr. Peabody says that not only heer from Canada to Detroit were P i rr- do s camp fire tale her war Peabody France feels keenly xpiation cr. s anH nf AVa.r diiu Ui M of thcm between the least 1916 and 191 S came again with the niihout question. too. Mr. of all 'concerned. Not once has he' shown fear of the gallows. Although he is not as belligerent as. when on the day he was found guilty lie spat in the face of State's Attorney Herbert R. he receives each announcement that his efforts L for life are failing with a calm re- serve and apparent indifference. Even the gruelling experience of sitting in his cell shortly after mid- Tuule's criticism was made at the conclusion a hearing on a petition where a Columbus. firm War Talea. 'I had a brother and the loss she has sustained through sought the return of an. automobile failure to sell wines to this counirj j used for rum running purposes eon- ias she did before a boy in i On the voyage Peter Petcr- I slept I purser of the received fiscated by the and'on which they held a Hen. DROPS FIGHT ON KOENIG AS W .mm. Homely Woman Thing of and Beauty Experts Get Credit If t r Beauticians and Allied Trades Open War on the Mannish Bob. 1st. made away .w for 4 There Ms sa'grand competitive dietitians. and 'cosmetologists July has. be- I shouting 'in But the beauticians tlon In case of .a hanging JVcrdict'comei-bf the homely The protection -was given. 3 TURNER PICTURES SELL FOR beauticians .and cosmetologists are 'S'hG has'ceased-to she1 be- to loudest of 'all longs to a past like ugly from the myriad beauty parlors architecture'and the- 'smoke' nui- tho farthest corners .s'ance and similar things 'modern of the1 United States. ___ progress is beauty ox- July 31 ftiactty perls the the convention of the National School of Cosmeticians at the Lit- tle club. J' 4 r I b HIMa mlnuUa an aiiettohMr. at i i Ch'rUtte'i recently sold three Turner j'jl1 LJ' -'.A for women are the best dressed and best groomed in the world. Our stenographers are smarter in ap- pearance'than many titled persona .to wonder why. We turned our six miles in the country into a work room aayd I had a Red Cross zono there for about 50 far- mer good Americans who L nightfon July 23 while not ten feet j on Page Ctilumn away a negro was meeting the same fate which he will receive in two weeks' time did not shake him. For L more than a month Whittemore's m only companion in the death house of the Maryland Penitentiary had been Isaac a negro convict- ed of killing his wife and another woman. The two conversed to break the monotony of isolation. Whittemore was found guilty a week before the but because he sought a new- trial he was sentenced to death ten on Page Column word by wireless that his wife had in Copenhagen. 'ECONOMY AX' IDLES INDIAN DANCING GIRLS July 31. beautiful dancing girls who were once attached to the palace of the deposed Mahara- PAR.TY LEADER jah of and included Liumata Judge Tuttlc ruled against the j petitioners. is well not to the bootleggers but everyone he the government has made only a half-hearted effort to stop the bringing Of liquor from Canada to Detroit. The government has done practically nothing along this line since the Volstead law was enacted except to announce from Washington what was going to be New July pros- pect of a primary fight against the leadership of Samuel S. Ivoenig in' the New Tork County actior. was taken quietly and'with- out the services of a press oa July 14. The new organization. kncm-n as the Ohio Coal is composed of mem- bers from every producing field la Ohio and Is- incorporated ivith scares of no par 75 per of which Trcre immediately Up to that the Ohio operators had had no general organization'but were divided each composed of ors within a certain field. Here is the adopted by. general mepting- of Ohio that led to the of the- new the welfare of. the- industry in Ohio requires tns industry within the State to handled as a unit we recommend' the of an of coal operators of the Si which be representative the industry therein and that organization be charged with duty of developing a broad respecting the employment of. I bor in the mines within the on Page who was the cause of his will have to find another patron owing to the severe of the economy in the State of GIFT MAKES DEAN FEEL LIKE DANCING July 31 'felt nearly ready to in the Cathe- said dean of Dr. T. C. when he was told that an American sent a gift of toward the Cathedral Restoration. Fund. The .Cathedral Is In.a bad. state of repair and'a fund for has been-subscribed. The list contains several donations from Americans but the Is tho largest individual American gift. Republican organization vanished j Indore. yesterday when word came The acthal salary list of the dancers that the differences their accompanists was only about between Mr. Koenig and David B. J per but much greater Costuma. Republican leader in the j sums were' squandered on them in 367-POUND BEAR SHOT IN WISCONSIN One of the lanrest black bears killed in this section of Wisconsin in eevcral years wis hot by a. weight S6I r Nineteenth Assembly had been composed. .When the Legislature was in ses- sion Mr. Costuma had accused 'the county leader of having intervened to b'lock the passage of a rent bill by Assemblyman Abra- ham Grcnthal of-'his district.' Mr. Koenig was exonerated after an in- vestigation by the county commit- I r Other agencies which have sought no signs of activity' for weeks. It is understood that the State lead- ers have brought pressure to bear to prevent-fights just before a State election. gifts of silk and. jewels. Tne Maharapah's private purse has reduced by about a year. HOSPITAL PATIENTS i THRICE BIGAMIST SEE DEATH LEAP Xew York. July a dozen fellow patients watched. Harry Cookc. a salesman. of 140 Hale Avenue. left his bpd in the ward at St. Marys the. screen on the ward window and jumped .to his. death on the cement floor of the a floor below. His neck was broken. 25 SHARKS NETTED OFF N. J. N. July ty-five hammerhead sharks averag- ing In weight from 92 to 375 pounds were caught by .fishermen of the Company-in com- mand or Captain Slldthic Swenson about offshore. Two crews The not English Hotel Owners Rebel Against Participation in Divorces Detrimental to Proper Conduct of Claim. July hotel owners are bcgihlng'to rebel against the use of.their hotels.in establish- grounds for divorces. The management. of the Hotel Great Central reluctant in. submitting the books of the hotel for evidence- in the divorce suit of Lady. Black against Sir Alec voiced the .protest. appear to' said T t I 1 _ J I v servant 3f .the1 Hotel Great Central Is able to auply the and that we should ar- range-'an interview at the Hotel with-the 'servant iri her'working hours to furnish you with evidence. This our' clients not prepared to do. The practice of using our client's hotels for' the purpose of DENIES HE STEAi the July 31. Schulz. who has a record of three'. convictions of one of petty larceny and one oC grand pleaded guilty to a charge of grand larceny made by woman he had married. The complainant was Christine who said that not keep his promise to returji' -which believing herself to be gave him in March r to close a real estate -.deal .in Al- bany. James counsel for told Judge ilclntyre.of eral .his client and the judge may appoint a commission. ESTRANGED HUSBAND SHOOTS OTHER MAN L b 'July' Learning his estranged was friendl .another Gar- rett a salesman. facilitating divorce suits is' one I.Garrett. McCaffery. 31. a gravely detrimental to the character to the home of Charles and conducte of the and one and shot him after a which bur. are determined .who is a not -to taken to the Bridewell hos to The .judge then ordered the hotel where physicians said his -producer -crltit.--- McCaffery thUed   

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