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   Bismarck Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1930, Bismarck, North Dakota                                North Dakota's Oldest Newspaper THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE The Weather Probably local ahem ers tonight or Fri day Warmer tonight, cooler Frtdav ESTABLISHED 1873 BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1930 PRICE FIVE CENTS Italian Quake Toll Near 2aOOO Gold Star Mother s to Lay Building Cornerstonemmm WOMEN WHO GAVE SONS TO NATION WILL BE HONORED Unhappiness Comes In Wake of Riches Each Will Place Trowel of Mor- tar on Cornerstone ot War Memorial CEREMONY SETfOR TUESDAY Dignitaries of Nation and State to Form Escort of Honor, Committee Announces Gold star mothers of Burleigh county who gave thet sons to the nation's cause on battlefields of Prance in the World war will lay the cornerstone of the War Memorial Community building here at Tuesday afternoon of the American Legion state convention. Every gold star mother in the coun- ty is desired to be present. The com- mittee in charge of this feature of the convention has not yet completed its list of them. It desires that each and every one, however, consider herself invited and appear for participation in the exercises. Visiting dignitaries, here for the American Legion state convention, will be asked to form an escort of honor for the gold-star mothers at the ceremony. Among them will be Secretary of War Patrick J Hurley, O. L. Bodenhamer. national com- mander of the American Legion; Tru- bee Davlsson, assistant secretary of war for aviation: Harry Hart. State Legion Commander; Jack Williams, North Dakota Legion adjutant, and other notables including leaders of the American Legion Auxiliary, both na- tional and state. In announcing the plans for the comer-stone laying the committee said it feels that the mothers of Bur- teigh county's war dead have a major in the building which was In memory of their sons. Members of the committee are Shaft, John Bowers, William fchantz and R. J. Kamplln So that each gold star mother will have a hand in the exercises. It has been decided to have them all file by the stone and place a trowel of mor- tar on it. Dignitaries on Platform Jersey City, N J., July deckhand who earned a month made a million .n Wall street, then lost the most of it Revelations as to the wealth of John E. Van Wie came in court proceedings for reduction of annual alimony of whicn Mrs. Van Wie has been receiving. In a a month flat, it was set forth, .here was happiness on corned beef anc cab- bage. Then with savings of Van TOc started in Wall street. In ten years he was worth His wealth has shrunk to CITY ADOPTS BUDGET FORPOLICEWOMAN Will First Try Out Community Building, Says Statement; Park Figures Set Issue Appeal for Citizens to Prove Bismarck's Hospitality Pointing out that Bismarck's reputation as a hospitable city Is at stake, of the American Legion convention committee and the As- sociation of Commerce today issued an appeal for assistance In housing visitors who will be here Monday and Tuesday for the American Legion and Auxiliary state conventions. In a Joint statement S. S. Boise, Legion convention chairman, and H. P. Goddard. secretary of the Association of Commerce, said it appears probable that a sufficiently large number of citizens have registered ruoms with the convention housing committee to care for members of the Amer- ican Legion auxiliary. With the number estimated for the convention steadily rising, how- ever, it appears that some visitors may go without beds unless the citi- zens of Bismarck, Join In extending hospitality. To meet this situation if It should arire. the appeal was IssuM today. It asks that civic-spirited residents register with the committee rooms which may be used in an emergency by members of the Auxiliary or Legionnaires and their wives during the convention. Those who can care for one or more men also are asked to register. A fixed charge for such accommodations has been arranged by the committee to pay local citi- zens for their trouble. Persons who can aid the committee In this effort to prove that Bis- marck is a hospitable city are asked to register their rooms with the As- sociation of Commerce, telephone number 140. THREE BANK BANDITS FACE DEATH ON GALLOWS FRIDAY The city commission passed the annual budget at a meeting Wednes- day evening without any changes Missouri from the figures announced last week. No taxpayers appeared to protest either the appropriations or the levy. The park board also enacted Its budget. The latter provides for an expenditure of although of this is a problematical item. It was entered as a precaution, based on the remote possibility that the city would have to buy some of the Jasz- kowiak tract on the northwestern outskirts of the city, so as to salvage the Indian village site and other at- tractive park sites, recently before the district court under condemnation proceedings. The levy is approxi- mately 2 mills, as last year. Mali Raise The city budget calls for a levy of although the municipality will spend more tharr that, as last year, when It paid out more than The is for adminis- trative purposes and does not Include fixed sinking-fund other- wise provided for. The tax levy to Governor Refuses to Stay Executions of Trio Which Shot Policeman Kansas City, July gunmen who shot a path through a Republican national convention crowd June 14, 1928, to escape after robbing the Home Trust company in the manner of the old west, today faced j the certainty of death on the gallows Friday morning. Oov. Henry S. Caulfleld announced yesterday he would not stay the triple execution of the bandits, condemned for the slaying of Policeman James H. "Happy" Smith, who pitted courage against the automatic fire- arms of the bandits and three com- panions. The men under death sentence art Tony Manglarancina, Danny of the Italian colony; Carl Late News Bulletins PLACE ON ROUTE OF AIR CONTEST Flyers in Race From Seattle to Chicago Will Make Nine Stops on Journey meet the collection of the admlnis- Nasello, olive-skinned machine gun- trative amount will be 18.125 or per each of assau- ment. The budget makes no provision for an increase of the personnel of any of the departments. It passes up the proposed appointment of a police- woman, brought On the platform are expected to be i months by some the boards of city and county com- missioners, all of the war mothers, included among them the gold-star up of ner, and John Mewlno. driver, whose mistake lid to the capture of the gang. A platoon of guards with machine gum at strategic points and powerful floodlights on the county Jail are the sheriff's answer to repeated during 'recent j that a last-minute delivery will be at- the women's tempted. clubs The reason for not considering Six bandits participated In the rob- that appointment at this time Is bery, accomplished to the accompanl- largely due to Inauguration of the i ment of a rattling machine gun and mothers, the commanders of the Bis- community building during the en- roaring shotguns. Prom the haven of marck and Regan posts. American Legion, the officers of the Bismarck and Regan units of the American Le- gion auxiliary, department and na- (Contlnued on page Eleven) W. B. THELAN, 52, DIES AT WILTON suing year The commission prefers j a vault a bank employe drove off the to test out that activity first before robbers with tear gas bombs' after undertaking any others entailing ex- I they had agthered up pense on the taxpayers. That much I The retiring robbers turned was said, in effect, in a statement! guna on a convention crowd 1 which Mayor A. P. Lenhart submitted and which the commission endorsed The citizens advisory committee Ing the street and made a spectacular t escape Patrolman Smith, a charge .of buckshot in hla back, died as he shot the windshield from the bandits' the pending sur- ;cmr Four others werl! woundM and rfnr ,h H hfng; gfire for months under threats of damage suits If heavy rains should cause property harm Wife of Physician There Victim of Bulbar Paralysis; Na- tive of Bohemia Mrs. W. B Thelan. 52. wife of Dr W B Thelan, Wilton, died at family residence at 7 45. Wednesday evening, of bulbar paralysis, with whlcr she had been afflicted five years and which had caused her to lose her voice. Services were held at the Catholic ehureh at Wilton at 10 o'clock this morning The body then was brought to Bismarck and will be taken east to St. Paul on No 4 this evening. In- tlon wll] uk ,h terment will take place In the family A j Danlelson of Mlnot representing burial plot in Calgary cemetery there, i tne C8mmlttee petitioning for Initia-' i Mandamus proceedings to compel peal measure on the ballot will be in- _ _ _, stltuted by William Lemke. Fargo at- DanleUon said. Robert Byrne, WILL LAUNCH SUIT FOR WET PETITION Advocates of Prohibition Repeal to Test Law Governing Ini- tiative Proposals died of heart failure. Tony Bonello. fourth member of the gang, pleaded guilty and is serv- ing a life sentence in the Missouri penitentiary. While he was at large his young wife was slain In New York, i presumably by gangsters who thought "knew too much." Police sflll seek Sam Stein as leader of the gang, and the sixth participant In the rob- 1 bery, known only as "the cowboy." I A door torn from their car In the mad flight led to the arrest of the three condemned bandits 48 hours after the spectacular robbery. TO PROBE PETITIONS Mlnot, N. D., July hearing to determine whether a sufficient number of qualified signers appear on petitions for the recall of four Mlnot city commis- sioners will be held early in August. It was announced today by District Judge Fred Jansonlus, Bismarck. CALL GRAIN MEETING Fargo, N. D. July In order to consider questions ex- pected to arise in handling this year's crop, gralnmen of south- western North Dakota are In- vited to a conference to be held In Fargo by the chamber of com- merce Saturday afternoon under the of the Farmers Grain Dealers association of North Da- kota, JAMESTOWN BOY HURT Jamestown. N. D., July Jamestown youths were struck by an automobile, the driver of which, after a mo- mentary inspection of their hurts, left them lying in road near here last night, it became known today. The boys, John Waxier, 16, and Clevc Hallock, 14, were riding a motorcyrlr when struck by a sedan. The driver continued for a short dis- tance and then walked back to where they lay. Hallork was un- conscious and Waxier had s wound in his which bled profuselj. Wrapping raff around Waxler's leu. man is credited with saying "you'rp not hurt, kid" and then went quickl> to his machine and drove away. Chicago, July route of the Pacific Air Derby from Seattle to Chicago as one of the chief events of the national air races next month was announced today, calling for nine stops in the mile race across the northwest. The race, for using planes of 200 horsepower, starts at Seattle at 10 a. m., August 21. The fljers race from there to ortland. Ore., for a luncheon stop and then on to Spokane to spend the first night. From Spokane the race heads for Butte, Mont., and thence to Billings, to spend the second night. The next day the flyers will go to Bismarck, N. D., and Aberdeen, S. D., staying overnight in Aberdeen. The next lap takes them to Fargo, and from there to St. Paul for a night stop. The next day the route leads to Milwaukee and the finish line at the Curtlss airport at Chicago on August 25. PLAN SURPRISE FOR Nature of Reception Planned by Bankers' Committee Is Not Made Public, However MRS. BAKER POLLS LARGEST MAJORITY IN PRIMARY VOTE BRAND AS UNTRUE CLAIM ANNOUNCER WASfflORTIONlST DISASTER STILL Governor Shafer's Margin Over Brant Fixed by Canvassing Board at State Treasurer Berta E. Baker re- ceived the largest majority of any candidate on the Republican ballot In the June primary election, accord- ing to official figures announced to- day by the state canvassing board. Mrs. Baker's margin was votes. The treasurer received votes to for Delia M. Ward- rope, her opponent. Governor George P. Shafer won the Republican nomination for reelection by a margin of Votes, the board's figures show. The governor, who ran as the In- dependent Voters association candi- date, polled votes against 69.- 249 for E. H. Brant, Union, his Non- partisan opponent. Governor Shafer will be opposed by Pierce Blewett of Jamestown, who won the Democratic nomination Ble- wett received 4.671 votes, P. O. Hells- strom of Bismarck, and Fred L. Anderson, Mlnot. The official vote for congressional candidates Is: First gressman O. B. Burtness, 38.998; T. J. Clifford, Second Tom Hall, A. S. Marshall. Third J. H. Sinclair 35.600; Staale Hendrlckson, and A. C. Townley Burke Is High The largest vote polled was by Su- Detroit Newspaper Says Police Commissioner Admits Earli- er Charge Was False Detroit, July 24 Detroit News says that Police Commissioner Thomas C. Wllcox. admitted today that his statement that he has an affidavit accusing Jerry Buckley, slain radio announcer of receiving from a racketeer is false. Buckley was political commentator for station WMBC and had taken an active part in the successful campaign to recall Mayor Charles Bowles. He was slain In the lobby of the La Salle hotel, where he lived and in which the radio station Is located, two and a half hours after he made the an- nouncement that the mayor haa been recalled from office in Tuesday s spe- cial election. His brother, Paul, former assistant prosecutor, declared "Jerry's" activity In the recall was the "sole reason" for the slaying. Police advan :ed other preme Court Justice J. Burke, who re- I he had made gangland Minneapolis. July bandits who choose the northwest for their raids from now on are In for a surprise party was the ultimatum that came Wednesday from six men who met to make a formal declara- tlon of a war to the finish against the desperadoes who have been loot- 1 ng ba.ilts o" the urea. I Just what kind of a surprise they 1 were In for was not made public. That's for the bandits to find out. The men who met Wednesday, rep- celved a total of 143.888, against 895 for his opponent. M. C. Preerks. The measure to Increase the gaso- line tax from three to four cents a gallon lost by less than 2.000 votes, while the proposal to Sunday movies met defeat by over votes. Votes polled by other candidates are: Lieutenant Governor John W. Carr. 95.635, Eric A. Bowman 68.111. Secretary of Byrne 92.084; Laura B Sanderson, 12.328. State Steen R. R. Smith State treasurer Berta E Delia M. Wardrope 6P enemies through his attacks on gam- Reports Say Bodies Have Been Taken From Ruins in Stricken Area CEMETERIES ARE FILLED UP Victims at Melfi Taken to Neigh- boring Village for Burial, Says Report (By The Associated Press) Stunned by Wednesday's devastat- ing earthquake which is known to have taken more than lives, with the possibility that the death roll will go over Italy today set in motion a vast relief army that waa penetrating into the recesses of the stricken mountain provinces. With the death roll in the province of Avelllno officially placed at Instead of the previously announcec were growing that dead throughout the the f a gang slaying, that he might have been ex- torting money from gamblers and bootleggers. "Jerry" Buckley championed the cause of the unemployed last winter when thousands were In distress. He broadcast pleas for aid. directed pro- grams of cheer to them and. accord- ing to Intimate friends, spent all his j savings In responding K> personal re-1 quests for money His efforts In their I 1.392, fears number of earthquake area might be exceeded on a recheckmg of bodies. Latest official estimates place the number of Injured at 4.264 in the 85 cities and hamlets in the six prov- inces most seriously affected by the earth shock has developed into the. greatest quake disaster since the Messina trapedy of 1908. Prefect Vicldominl late todav told the correspondent for the Associated Press that the earlier official esti- mate of deaths in the province of Avellino had risen this evening to the total listed dead up to 1.993 The town of Avellino. high up in the Appernne mountains ana most stricken of the countryside, a as civen oxer all day to funerals. The absence of tolling church bells was striking But the church belfries tha- behalf poor. won him friendship of the Accused of Extortion In an announcement today Wilcox ueua M. wamrope or jul w i that He bad a tworn slalH- Attorney Morris menl from an admitted1 bootlegger 91.051; R. E. Swendseid 64.694. Commissioner of A. Olsness 85 070; H W. Swenson 66.375. Commissioner of agriculture and of bankers associations A Kitchen S. of Minnesota, North and South Da- kota made It clear, however, that they are ready to fight fire with fire. If the bandits arc going to be highly modern In the manner of their raids, the banks are going to be Just as modern In their defense against such raids. To make bank robbery less attrac- tive financially. It waa decided at the conference, all banks will be urged to ship all of their securities Into their correspondent banks. To have only 1 minimum currency on hand and to keep all except a few hundred dol- lars under time lock during the en- lire day. In that way. It was pointed out, the yegg, even If (successful In his holdup, will get only a limited amount of money. The public will be. asked to co- operate In this move to the extent that any customer requiring an un- usual amount of currency will be ask- ed to give notice In advance. Efforts to place a proposal for re- peal of the state prohibition law? on the ballot at November's general elec- were Ed Thompson. Ed Kuhnert. T. A Al Jltt. L. Michel and -H. Gray, aU of Wilton. Mrs. Thelan was born In Bohemia, November 24. 1S7S. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Khroun. She came to St. Paul In and was graduated from Anker secretary of state, to whom Danlelson submitted more than the required signatures to initiate the pro- 1888 and waa graduated from Anker i posali refused recently to accept the hospital. In pctiftons. that thev __ _ ground that they 1904 she was married to Dr Thelan Tere defective in that a number of and in June of the same year they petitions did not contain as Moved to Wilton I tnp jaw requires Mrs. Thelan leaves her husband.! Danlelson said constitutionality of one daughter. Oretchen, living at the Iaw requlrlnR the affidavits will home, and brothers and sisters who be challenged on the ground that the are Joe Khroun, Beleny, Wash John i Khroun. St. James. Minn.; Mrs Bar- bara Woods. Bakersfleld. Calif.: and Mrs. Anna Mowers, Chicago. Michael McGinley, 77, Pioneer Resident of Slope, Dies in West Dickinson. N. D.. July was received here this week of the death at Los Angeles last Sunday of Michael McGinley. T7. pioneer resi- dent of Dickinson and the Missouri Slope who moved with his family to California only last October and the third family member to die In the last seven months, his wife passing away Dec. 10, and a daughter, Cath- erine, May 1 Burial of all three was made in California. "Mike" McGinley came to Bismarck n 1879 and to Dlekln- Pargo. N D., July 24 thousand dollars of damage "a; caused by fire and an explosion at the Isensee Motor company here last night. William Hart, a foreman of the plant had Ju.n closed the build- ing and was standing In front when the explosion hurled him across thp ftreet. He was only slightly Injured Eight- five automobiles, some new. stored In the building were damaged by smoke and water and some were partly burned. By Binder in Fields S. McDonald 73.780 Railroad W accusing Buckley of extortion. Wll- cox also said that the police were In- vestigating an assumed possible con- nection with the underworld as one of several theories for the slaying The name of the accused was with- Mc-.held. The affidavit said that Buck- Donnell 89407; Christian Bertsch ley nad induced him to take up liquor them anc their v.av throueh streets still filled with debris and rubble Relatives of those in the zone were frantically trying to get IP touch with them but onlv a 'PW nf iht many rnesjageS courfJ get through as there was only one telephone end telegraph line to the local prefectur-1 and police station. The same report said that dfa-i in the volcanic crater city of Melfi Increasing in number every linur as thr work of rescue parties pro- gressed. Judge of supreme court John 'running. After he became connected I The said thp cemete'ics in Burke 143.888. M C Freerks 23.895 Superintendent of public instruc- R Palmer 104.465. Arthur E Thompson Oliver P. Bakken 15.251 The vote on the six measures on the primary ballot Is. Constitutional amendments To extend term of supreme court 83.63S, no. 63.316. To extend term of district court 7.'iOOO. no. 65.795 Repeal of depositors guaranty fund 94.124; no. 5ft 853 One-man gamp and fish commis- 81.443. no, 59.329 Four-cent gasoline no. 83.681 Sunday 84.629 96.990 w1th a prosperous bootlegglnR town had been completely fillPd the affidavit said. Buckley demanded "nd 'hat had to be Firebug Suspect Is Held at Granville After Morning: Fire and received sums aggregating Commissioner Wllcox Is scheduled to appear before the city council to- day with a report, of progress In solv- ing the city's latest and most sensa- tional slaxlng by gangsters. There were Indications that the commis- sioners resignation would be Hiked If that report did not convince the council that progress is being made Wllcox promised the most thorough cleaning the city has ever seen and at the edge of thp city the state police i post has been augmented by all men 'available from other posts to assist In the cleanup The reward offered for the ,-apture and conviction of Buckley's slayers was Increased to S7.500 today by the offer jf by the Detroit Times Nlnetv-seven men were arrested by train to Focgla for burial Upon receipt of this information the Bank of Naples placed 500 "00 lire at the disposal of the government tor rellef work. Government aepnis at Home nad counted the dead In 85 CHIPS and hamlets In the earthquake arfa and announced the known death list was with 4264 known Injured In PotPnza 232 were dead and S3' injured In FoRgla 1 557 were maimer! and 120 killed Benevento had 24 dPad. 87 inlured Naples rppormd pltfht killpfi and 13 Injured In twn town.i t. that province In two wprp killed and none injured Barl province reported serious dam- age in the town of Canosa but appar- ently no persons Injured. Camp- Basso experienced heax-y damage wlt'i none killed or Injured In the three 24 Oranville N D. Four buildings were another gutted bv fire which brokp out here early this morning Damage was estimated at HO000 As a result of the fire. Charlps hpard Transpacific Hops Start Tomorrow Taeoma, Wash., July test flight today was the final step In Lieut. Harolir Bromley's preparations j for his attempted non-stop flight (Tribune Special Service) Mott, N D July 24 young daughter of Herman Schlenvogt. resides on a farm west of Mott. Is In serious condition after being run over by a binder dragged by runaway horses Because of her rendition, attending physicians havp hesitated to move her to a hospital, and the full extent of her Injuries has not been deter- mined She suffered numerous cuts and bruises and possibly Internal hurts. The girl was standing In front of the binder oiling the machinery when the horses became frightened and Jumped, knocking her down, Lake Woman and questioned by police last night in a drive against gangsters They were taken Into custody at a After receiving these sports from ture golf course. Undersecretary of Leon I. Pollce later announced the arrest Mussolini issued an edict to pre- of thrpe who were trailed bv throughout the country forbid tpctlves and state public or prlx'ate subscription into custody near Ann m 'he The gov- bor. Mich Police said thev had dld thpv estimate thp extent of prop- J-------- Both carried cor.Sid'r- thr men "knew something Higley Is In the McHenry county Jail, about the case suspected of starting thp blaze Hlg- The suspects were registered as lev had bepn sleeping on thp second Frank Llpore. Riverside, Mich, afd floor of the building In which the fire Frank Forestierl and Anthony Mus started but had been ordered out by the proprietors The buildings dfstroyed were a pool hall, a warehouse, the Quality and an old barn A rpment block building, bphlnd the pool hall. WM (rutted by the flames nesski. both of Benton Harbor, Mich. Charfe 'Shameful' Robert Oakman. 70-vear-old mil- lionaire builder and politician, came to the defense of Buckley today Oakman. found by reporters cmis e is an ob-' gathering sig- a rear or the Northern He was in ness here many years. j Tokyo. Installation of a blind Tying came Instrument was completed, I busl- Robert Wark. preparing for a non- stop refueling night to Tokyo, was An- Minnesota Bandits Raid Another Bank Maakato. Minn July 24 Within 24 hours of announcement of a tri -state plan for protection against bank robbers, two men today held up the Farmers State bank at Judson. 10 miles north of here, and fied with SI 500 in cash. i News of the holdup was flashed to officers throughout the sturte by radio part of the plan announced yesterday in Minneapolis to check bank rob- berles in Minnesota North and South Dakota The men roughly dressed entered the bank while trie president R P Williams was alone forcing hlrr. to lie on the fine- whl'.e thev rifled the vault and cash drawer Thev took "every penr.% In 'he bank UUd I after conferring the attorney general, ruled there were insufficient signatures to initiate the measure Under the statutes, each in- dividual petition must bear an affi- davit sworn to by the person collect- ing the signatures Danlelson an- nounced he Is going forward with a petition to memorialize congress to modify the prohibition laws The law requires only 10 000 signa- tures for such a petition Danlelson said he already had approximately 7 000 signatures and he was certain the remainder would be obtained by August 4, the last day for filing the petition. Lemlce plans to apply to the courts Friday for an alternative of man- damus to compel Byrne to place the initiative measure for repea state prohibition laws on the ballot a son. a brother, Patrick. Dickinson. Shipment of New Flax Recorded Minneapolis, ,fulv Hurt in Would Stencil Brands on Babies' Feet to Prevent Future Mixups Seattle where special gasoline tanks car of f1ax ,n MmnMp are being instilled. The take-6ff of olls tnr mn pamt from the two fliers Is expected early tomor- sag gnd to flan IK row If weather is favorable. Frazlw company of rar a as at 5 Julv This iirrlvtl "is unuiuallv even for Ktnst; South Dakota flu li pectxl In snx' Sav Elk River, Minn .tulv 24 Thwvn thrcufh the windshield of hill ulMin II kklrtded nn wrt psvprnent On N P n nil nf Lake ullfh' ruu ahoui ihe neiir A U'AA PD in 'n Blnu in tkid nf Hrr mi 1 rrntii mm Ifcprl erty damage able matter of other details of thp quake, however May Visit Area There was considerable speculattjn today whether Pope Plus XI will car- ry out the Intention manifested bv Plus X In 1908 and visit the reas stricken by Tuesdays earthquakes. Pius X intended to leave the Van- ca.n and go to Messina In 1908 after jan earthquake had devastated the denounced characterizations of Buck- citv. plannme to comfort the suffer- lev as a racketeer and blackmailer crnmen- orzanlzed relief and supplied arid called him R sincere foe of means of burial for all victims as -undeiworld interests he opposed-On last 'he thousands of workers his talks from station WMBC (con'rl tasks HP called statements of the police j The Duce announced tha' commissioner and othe-s, linking ro-ir.rl nf ministers had taken all Burklpy with underworld activities j recessarv rmergencv measures and representing him as receiving The minify nf the interior which fnone- frnm crooks shameful In- nut death figures had great di'- nuendo agalnct a man who bore 01 i m nb'aTlng p-a- hls hreajt the weight of a. fight fo- (Continued on pags Eleven' rlean rltv Merr- Purklev Oakman sa'd as Igglje Extraditions, fur Jnly jnrr of who nnderteok In determine the Identity of two habfes born the lame dav at the Enflevood haitpltal decided te- with one dinentlnr vote, that the art Urine the and were ready '.o so- pear before Chief Justice Harry Olson of the municipal court to report their findings. I by Dr had Indi- cated that Baby Bamberger be- come Baby Watkins and the health commlAsicJcier hts obtained a promise from the parents that 'he savar's BILLIOV GALLONS New Yark Julv 24 medicine a lot o-, a H Keffel r rig-Jr" "-a- a r'lH-.r, b iana Chlcaco July 24 mod- reports win be aceep'ed a_s flnul of the ern Solomons hoped today to lead the, Testerdav. Or Kege', revealed that BamberireT and Watkins babies out of an ultra violet-ray machine ha vieL- oart-.w 'v ind Charles heaJth forr.rr.imi.-jier uul Victims of Collapse Are Buried Coblrnz Oermany Julv 24 Thlrtv-slx x-lftlmn nf TMesdtx truflp bridge oolUpse wpre burled night ihile all the Rhlnpland mourned A procession of bodies over the old Mnwlle bridge Into LueUel where sen-Ices were hold in Turner hull The coffins were placed In onr ,nng roi thnsc containing the six child 'ct'ms In the ce-.ter radio business "'as coi- should be Judged bv what he over the mlc-opnone Oakmsn helped to elect Charles Oman, Mother Bowles msvor last fall then bro'-'e with him aided the campaign i hirh culminated in his recall TUPS- rinx For Two Montana Men Of Shoot H Self S I iih cilihrc (ATI 'ho r h hnwr n t 1 H n p V' rthi-rn 1 ink 'In I'r u in I he kllihct' tHlk House of Commons Favors Navy Pact t m hnn M ,hn( poor rh Ijnrnlon Julv 24 J -rcnrrt rpsd'.ng thr b' -pq .r'ual'.x i'... A 'I-.--1 f.r.n House gdnp-pd ".a' PEVWOMAV FOT VDF.R Sun C a-jd'a Hazen -e f, Mrs o m'- "i i I? 9 wpre n-dered '3 Mor h-. Co' e-r.i- mpr. arc Oeortre Pelle1' 'Bken in'o in Wells and Ivan Dovidsor hf'.d In Orljjs counu Pp'.'.e" is in R'.ch'.and Mor'ara fir jrand larceny, and Da-. id-sri-. bv Deer Lxxicre MT-: ir.'.f fir b Oivrrr.ir Shafer a, so made fir the re' -rr. of tw0 men .r, c'her Va'ej 'o North Da- it-'i Hr a.5Kivi of In- "he rn'urn to this A ir.zo G ar- Ind fir norusuppar: 
                            

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