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   Post Standard, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1926, Syracuse, New York                               i i. V 1' I. i.. vr i t iiii' 11 Independent O .A T FIRST f OWNED AND MADE IN SV RACUBE R A L D SECTION NO. XX N. SUNDAY DECEMBER 1020. TEN CENTS' DEAD GIRL HID OLSON NOTE IN BOSOM Bitter at Hall Says Jersey Justice Is Dead Hints At Politics In County Prosecutor May Demand State Investigate Hall- Mills trial Hall in Smiles Four Indicted Persons at All Charges Killed by Court Will Hays to Intervene In Chaplin Family Row Unless Peace Is Patched Movie Czar Will Tolerate Ko More Scandals in Film Colony Women Ask Action Same Influences Brought to Bear as Governed in Arbuckle Case By PAUL WHITE. 7'iiitccl rrca Utaff Writer. N. Doc. llall-JIills case went iato tha rec- ords today with the Elwell t.ic WHiiom Desmond Taylor mur- der and other unsoh eil mysteries Of the decade. ilrs. Frances Siemens Hall anil j.or farce accused ot the United Press. Holljwood. Cal.. Dec. the movlo czar. In watching developments ir. Chap- lin family it was learned to- ivhlle attornejs are seeking to patch up the differences between the coujilc and avoid scan- dal in the courts. If a settlement is not reached soon. Hays expected 10 send the film comedian a letter of Truck Driver and Boy Worshipper Die In Grade Tragedy I'nss. Dec. was waiting Impa- tiently to grow up so lie might become- a truck driver like MB Irlcnd and Charley Ward. On Saturdays when school -was dismissed small boy and a large man. perched side by s'.de In the cab of a the boy asking eager the man giving amused replies. Today -ivas Saturday and to- the coroner recorded two accidental and John victims of. a crossing accident on the Big- Four traces. were set free the Court I advising him that the movie m- IIousc here today on motion of Attorney General Edward Kalzen- There acquitted last night the. jury which had heard them on the charsc of hlll'ns Mrs. Kieanor Mills. Today the court nolle the other indictment them of murdering tne Jtei. Edward W. Jlrs. Hall's They left the court room niter one OC the most sensational -.rials m Xew Jersey history. No further Investigation of the murder Kalienbach said. dustry cannot tolerate another big public scandal. And if the 1ms bring their squabble Into drastic action is anticipated from the Hays office. When Chaplin -went to i In with his then 16-year-old leading woman to be he carried with him at the time a letter from Hays warn- ing him that the film industry would not tolerate anything which woulu set tongues wagging among the movie fans. Women's whose Influence with a caused Fatty Arbuckle 3 In Lifeboat Saved Battled Angry Waves for 66 Hours Alexander the special to be banned from the ore jirosccutor in whose hands the case by Governor A. Henry 'was so displeased with tho outcome that.be did not even come io court. Ho stayed Ir.K Lome at Jersey City and let b's end the case. Simpson threatened to demand a puitc what he called o. miscarriage of justice. in a letter to Governor was bitter the outcome and advised Ihe Governor not to drop the Investigation. He referred lo ll.c failure of the first ini estlga- four years ago. al it has b-aen evidence disap- witnesses were intimltated nnd an apparent effort made to cover up tbo crime. Ho charged that politics Inter- fered with his own al- 'f lous'l. he did not refer to his charge made in court tnat the jury was prejudiced against the stat.1. iie wished to withdraw from the Simpson l ainh. it would be .1 j Forlous attack on thc administra- lion of justice if there any said to he exerting pressure on tho moUe czar to act in tbe Chaplin case. All hope of reconciliation bctweeu the 1m is willing to make a 'settlement outof according to Iier Georjre but must be will expect custody or the children and certain financial guar- .Beebc said. irr Chaplin Is willing to do what is right by his wife and two there will be a private settlement out of court Otherwise Mrs. Chaplin will be com- pelled to take her case to 1C the young -wife files divorce she will name a co-respon- dent and demand of the Chaplin according to friends. Attorneys today admitted they had reached an impasse for Uie present and that the affair had pone ioo far lo hope for any easy set- i llcment. L'ltitcd Press. Dec. ing story of derth-and rescue at during a. -wintry storm told here today 'when the Merchants' nod Miners' frtighler Ontsno docked. Ihc Ontar.o picked up thrr-c memlars of the cre-.i of Csjing schooner L. Deafe from an open boat off Fire Island last night. The men -ware resciied' after battling 6C hours in tl-.eif frail lifeboat against heavy seas. a. fight which cost tht of lour members lheJ3ea.'e cessation in the prosecution. c.nlly after the conditions in Some.-- j Chaplin's lawyer. Lloyd WrighU will confer with Beebe again qarly next week. Chaplain's counter attack in the dlvorce conlcst in. estraTaEince and on part of the with the evidence In already made public In 1bc and the flagrant activity tit the politicians of Somersot County in this it seems lo me. seriously on the nd- McDERMOTT GOES fQ TRIAL MONDAY MELLETT CASE nuniitrnticin -of jubilee in the Slate. all criminal prosecution were cease -with Hie verdict of the Jury yesterday. In tlic trial held In a county where indictments were presented for over foor thw wPull be sufficiently self-ci- jilai.nlory need no oommrnt. I you for me the op- O_ Dei-. of t' court will dtnma city for Its TV hen J'.ilr-.c'i K. .McDcnr.oif jroej. on trial here for toe al- Icpt-d niUMlrr last Juiy of Don MrllcH. militant newspaper allcireil associates in HIP of who are lleveJ to slain IJen j Ruilrer no- Vazer. will jro en prowcuUoni McDcrmott doe Jo Ora oM-iincd under month.- jturh 1 rc-MWlIully uurtrcst you. of The SlJitr. jorm-y Justice sna wnd her lo Uie JSrUJsh The sun-Ivors of tlie CapU- flUiam Parks. Muller Sillier and Earl left for 2scw 1'ork this afternoon. According to Capt. Archie Drooks of the Parks told him the ichooner suddenly foundered 11 a heavy sea at 4 A. 31.. tartly them to sei clear of thc sinking vessel in two fishing iwitliout exlra clothing or food. By the time the mo boats ckar of Ice Boalc the foundered. Parks saiO. The fishermen fought lo doncs up to the gigaallc but within a few minn'iPs big- seas smothered one boat -wtih four men In it. swamplnjr thc Ii't'c cra't and throwing the crew 1-to ihe water. Parks and his companions heroic effons to rescue 1htlr fellow loi-s. but the ar.d storm prevented their reaching them. ACTRESS ORDERED TO SHOW CAUSE IN 'LOVE THIEF' CASE 1'rttr. New York. Di-c- Rim- allejrvd iove affair with Wil- liam K. Mantnn will eosl her 000. if Mrs. Mcnton has her way. Rainbpau. noted i-Uite fa- must apjiear in Supreme Court on Monday show y Jlrs. Manton should not re- War Scare Lever Used On Doheny Admiral Robison Empha- sized Jap Invasion Threat in Oil Deals Will Call Wilbur Secretary to Be Quizzed on Greaves Secret Naval Defense Plans Lifer Goes to Rites of His Who Was Executed New Ice. 4. John Lynch. bervlng a life sentence in King for a murder In Man- handcuffed and accom- panied by a today at- tended the funeral of his James uno was executed In Trenton. N. Thursday for killing an messenger during a hold-up in Haekensack. U was the first time John. Lynch had seen the outside uorld in The funeral was held in afternoon at the home of tne parents ol the 'brothers here. Marie Hugs Station Is Deserted Train Delayed by Ceremonies at Buchar- est Go Awry In Love Tragedy Is I i Queen Learns First Hand j of Plots During Her I Absence Tax To Fore As Congress Meets Absorption of 000 Treasury Surplus High Light By PAUL R. MALLON. I'nlied Press KtaS Washington. Dec. the theory that the country is In no By HERBERT LITTLE. United Press Stag Writer Dec. 4 defense the names of. possible enemy nations were placed before the Fa.ll- Doheny oil conspiracy trial jury today. Rear Admiral J. K. V. 13. retired with a captain's related the famous Japanese war 'scare reports of he he had told to E. L. Doheny to persuade the oil multi- millionaire bid on the Pearl oil tank for thc benefit of the national safety In the face of a. threatened war. Secretary of- Xa-. y Wilbur's lo Robison forbidding him to sive any confidential in- formation drew flre from the court- Justice Adolph Hoehllng In n. prepared decision admitted thc order as defense assert- that tiic court itself was the judjre of the propriety of testi- mony and directed P.obi- son lo sive the withholding damaging if necessary. Doheny Under Knife. Was sent to bed by his Gerry after .lUie-trial.reiessed at'noon over the week-end. An operation has been performed on trie oil man's Infected left and his strength must be con- served Ifm lie is to oe able to at- tend the which is expected lo last at least two more j increasing the salaries of Fed- second -week of the trial or eraj juaces and two one Doheny and AJbert B. for- mer secretary of the 'on charges of conspiracy to defraud the government in the Doheny-to- Fall J100.000 loan and the Pearl Harbor and- Elk Hills oil transac- By FREDERICK KUH. I'mlcjl Press IVrifT Dec. Marie f Rumania arrived home today at conclusion of her unprece- dented tour through the United States and was greeted by King but the royal welcome planned by Bucharest did not take place. Queen Marie embraced her hus- band long and emotionally. Heavy rains had delayed 03 al train Friday as it hurried' through the heart a' the Balkans toward EuchaiesL and that dire need of legislation Con- Bucharests carefully gressional leaders tonight perfected an unpretent.ous program for the short session of the opening Monday. Tne high lights of the program effort lo adipt some sort of tax reduction to aosorb all or part of the expected Treasurj surplus of any farm relief legislation upon which the farm blocs desire with pos- revival- of the Haugen price stabilization measure defeated at the last session. to ures which have been pending Tor years during tbe consideration of more Important includ- ing action for disposal of 000 of alien the -5100.- 000.000 rivers and harbors the establishing peace with and the other'outlawing the use of gas in international warfare. _ acvlon on appropriation bills to prevent any wolcome A crov.-d assem- bled at the station during the but dispersed tthen an official announced that ihe train was latej and would not e Cor three Premier Avere'cu. members of Uie cabinet sifid oilier noubles rntd soon but too. were told to go away and to return at P7.L without further riouce P.M the royal train ap- proached a. station which was almost deserted. Hasieni to King. Queen JIarie stepped down from her private car accompanied Prinncess Eeana and Prince Nich- olas. Her scanned the almost empty platform until spied the whom ba-stened with a wifely embrace She obvioutly was lhankf ul to find' Find Skull Fractured at Autopsy Pathologists Convinced Olson. Girl Victim of Series of Blows Wad of Paper Clue Prosecutor Admits It Was Written by Withholds Contents her husband able lo appear at the j possibility of a filibuster from in- the only might attempt thus i imminent. s on the stand In to fore- in exrra session of Con-' station. forth closed dramatically. Hobison was conJuuins bis story of the patriolic after Ihe present Congress and and national defense necessities adjourns March 4. which caused surate the oil and the limooy of Robison port_ of Admiral Pacific fleet sibilitics. station. Ferdinand was pale and jlhui. but at least his I there seemed to belie the alarming1 reports circulated during The last 11 days his death was mo- By BERT M. DEMBY. L'n'.ltd P--CSS Staff Writer. Prairie Du TVis.. Dec. A wad of paper that Clara. tucked in her bosom when she slipped out of her father's country home to meet tonight became the most important b'.t of evidence in t'se State's effort to solve the mystery her mur- der. Tee p.ece of which waa too wet when first it was found to perm.t oj reading- iis was carefully dried and finally the char- acters became ns.ble. It was a Prosecutor J. S. Earll an- written to Clara on the day preced.ng Iier disappearance and it was written by her sweet- Erclman IS. Wnen the paper was ered. Earil told-newspaper reporters he would make public t.ie message bur after reading it he announced it was i as to make at this He was frts to admit. HOW that -was a aots from Erdman. Ran to Mtei Sweetheart. i It is Us jbrOry_ the State Clara received this inisch s from. I her ran away from her j home to meet him in the dark i early morning. Sept. nnd that her before daylight. At the autopsy this afternoon it i was disclosed that Clara had met her death by a. blow on the leic side i the head and ibat she v.ss al- ready dead when her hour was an .vjiomybile had thrust into the shallow grave on o the siore of I Battle where it was found CLARA OLSON. ERDMAN OLSON Find Body Of Girl In Pond Is Dragged for Youth and Auto r -overnment i to belie the alarming J'O3U- oJjj-jst two ago ezactly as her e of Ch.Itonvilie i old Canst had old Canst found were discovered crenmed. i.y police Dr. Chairs H. Euntinr. s.ii'n M.is Swift be-n jsin State when asked to occasionally Monday night when i er.larce On his imilircs. said it ap- rebonant we-re cater a. car 1 peared a number of biows hart tlon. He will point out that December. JS21. when Robiscn ma kin.c these iho UnitH Stiles was drariing and sicniriir tlic four-power Pacific i- 1p int-urc Ibc ptacc of thc Sayi Roberts. all thc was his unoffi-1 jirohibllion fires. 3-.-auer5 hnvc Ultimatum. On Uic oiher hand. Assistant intimated he will unless s'rtnpihenincr bills arc ixtssed. Tlius. caught liLtweeu thc i open her suit for alienation of c''al thc s JAY Tartu. REPARATIONS CHIEF. LV-C. American nf commission. Jus iwsl trill Jay. rtaimuiT. of of New rocntx. j 'Justice Hoclijinp announced the opcnlnp of court. .1 prepared opinion. That the Wilbnr order was alwp question Qucin Mark- be.ng ap- i pointed to the council of regency I JAPAN which v.-.is Treated Jan. i mien former Crown Pr.nc-o Carol's cs- cajiad' was before ihe public. In case of ytrdinand's death the re- gency would povem countrj. A croup in Bucharest lias Itoomcd s office has rnr.cos Hcler.a. Carol's wife and 'lishwi DENIES NEGOTIATING FOR MEXICO OIL LAND ToX.'.-. Dec. T. fo7'..cn intlcaJiy pul1- ihat -371- the dream of girl's father Christ O.lson. '.hat his dr.'jcr.ter's body would be found at ri- acxly the spot It actually was d'scoverod. Grave on Hilltco. of ..L.- -flon. t' r l.-ods 'li C'nns'. iirst 1 sialinr he Ire dauihttr's IM.-.C UO-A Twaj-J a s'.iallow face ont they arc. for the lime be.ng. In j mother of .ns a fourth mem- li.ilists srmnced atjhopcs th.it dcvrlcpmcnts may offer j btr thc roctncy rod some solution lo thc 1-inplr- In-rs ihioc which now num- newly minU'.-r Mexico flt the IriaS a nnonollonul WJis An-d jilainly nhrn VIl CfUil hniur an N-cr- JJrunR- French Rum Kidnaper 2 U. S. Dry A gent Is Sighted Many ol Ihc SS senators and members of Ihe House were present lonifrht and ready for Monday's on Page 16. Column to f secretly for courf. -will OociUc on tlie hr add- Jnp the Itvlf was nol in rairpory tf inili'ary .CHILE REPLIES TO He meniionwl -i COPC in 1SP3 ihr J5 Court un- der Clilrf Marshall decided Pt-crO-iry tif could rc- on pjge Column 2.1 alk ot Queen Marie scckinc such Dcip.i'.- Kirulimnd at thc riation. his health is bad- Dr. U. S. PROPOSALS ARICA million of in M'-n Thrcr of Uie Irad'nc inrwjwiMTS Jaj'nn. Nlchi N.rtl. Jt nr- KoVomln and carn'd sh'-ail of the A for conJ-jftmc Quvn 3ic nnlv awaitrd hrr nr- STotiaiifni' Hi.- rival an 'i.imlr.atlon of 'he Ihrouch M'nistir a' Inc m'.nJ. tk tat of thc hilltops nown in locality. Soxe heji.nl thai Christ was But when he a ttar- r.iai for thi- of Erdman uhe fro ar--- not jms.'.cs wont into 1he hills 10 hont f-ir they found It en Pjtjr Column Uncharted in Fear Pair Com- pelled lo l IV JM Rrayw men 3n Jnil iff Tfor hi Mrs Hull ftul -fn Tin 11. 1o hnvc. j him In rtlmc The Ititllfjill'm IM ticfl Ihc ivH The JHISC JHclls 'A MlTinu K -mtTTili'T t.f I1'JI'1 tin. tliulr In Ui- fri-prfti I Iti- il11 TV Tif J. n ulnpnlrh PTHITI ati Tin- luirriid H't-clvcl Tin rn-rn rrtjfl Xlrara- 1ci 1Tit.r madr 5B Ihc is Tip'- ai.J 3 l-ccalmcfl dn IGEN. BUTLER ADMITS Jus J-PIL U' Ctihij. na1 TT -iJ'-'Jtlt oc-t-Jiii ofllcrlMJo ATntrlcii-n JwtcaJltm .11 Mati- NIc-nraE-an. TK'lilcfl I'or fin fiuj'f. 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