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Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - September 22, 1930, Miami, Oklahoma Associated Leased Wire v MIAMI DAILY NEWSRECORD Ottawa County Population i County Poi Miami and a NineMile Radius 1930 Including North 22742 IT ggggSBS 7 7 XXVIII 67 t HOOVERS SON FOUND TO HAVE INFECTION White House Physician Sends Herbert Junior to Mountain Camp E X P E C T RECOVERY However Months of Rest AVill Be Required and Sick Man Leaves Job I Joel the White House said today a com plete diagnosis of the illness of Herbert had disclosed small tubercular infection in his The diseased area is Japtain Boone Since the liagnosis has been made is every reason to view the jutcome of the Presidents sons llncss The Presidents son was taken llast week to the presidential lodge lin Virginia and was believed to be suffering from an intestinal dis Diagnosis not until this He will stay at the mountain probably until frost comes then will be brought to the White House for another complete Future treatment will be decided at that Boone said the patient had chained weight and was in much better condition after the one week of rest and regular If properly the physi fian he had every reason to believe full and complete recovery is but it will take months of rest and In the Young Hoover hag taken a leave of absence from his business connections as vice president of the Western Air ex Cubs As Cards Lead 13 to 2 in Sixth Score by innings Chicago 120 12 0 Boston 020 6 3 Bush and Hartnett 1t for Chicago Brandt and spohrer for Score by innings Louis 044 Philadelphia 110 Batteries Johnson and Mancuso for Louis Hanson and Davis for Philadel Chicago Cubs retained their mathe matical chance to win the National League pennant with a 6 to 2 de cision over the Braves in the final game at Boston Hack Wil son led the Cubs 12hit attack with his fiftythird home run of the season in the first Guy Bush held the Braves to six Trailing the pacesetting Cardi i als by two and onehalf the challenging Chicago Cubs clos ed their series with Boston today in their final game with the in an effort to remain in tlit pennant Manager Mc Carthy selected Guy Bush as the rubs pitcher while Harry Socks Seibold was the Braves hurling A The Cubs leave for Chi vugo after todays game to open i fourgame series with Cincinnati The Cubs were away flying as Hack Wilson hit his fiftythird home run of the season in the liisl scoring who had The Braves nicked Cor two hits in the first ses but they were separated by a double play and did no After both teams had gone coreleso in the second and third the Cubs picked up their ihirtl run of the game in the fourth Heathcote ad on Page 0 i todays best news Index to Commercial Activity Great Man With Two Jobs Is Target In Court Action Stockholders of the Columbus Mining Royalty company Heve that two jobs at once is more than one man can according to their petition for a temporary order restraining president of the from holding two The petition was filed in district court Plaintiffs in the case are Charles Josie and Lena The case hinges on the re ceivership of the Texas located on a 40acre tract be tween Picher and Hockerville owned by the Dumarks Mining Confer was appointed receiver of the mine and he gave the Columbus Min ing Royalty company right to conduct operations has been in exclusive active man agement of the Texas the plaintiffs during the last 60 or 90 days he has also been acting as foreman in the Kansouri mine in Cherokee The plaintiffs ask that Walk er be restrained from running the Texas RUSSIAN WHEAT TRADESCANNED Secretary Hyde Finds Soviet Deals Affect Mar ket Adversely of any possible official action to prevent depres sion of the American wheat mar ket by foreign governments was held in abeyance today pending investigation of Russian wheat op erations by the business conduct committee of the Chicago Board of Responsibility for making such transactions possible was placed by Secretary Hyde upon the ex changes themselves but he said it was his duty to see that American institutions were regulated to pre vent Before leaving yesterday on a brief trip to Michigan the agricul ture secretary said investigation of tbr wheat transactions showed a total of bush els had been sold short during a period of four days by the all Russian textile During the he wheat were depressed five He in dicated f u rt h e r investigation would be made of the Russian deals by the department on the strength of a statement by president of the Textile that the operations had extended over a period of Commenting on the claim that the short sales constituted legi timate hedging on cash sales in othor Hyde was sharply critical of Russian exportation of wheat at a time when that gov he is rationing its people and doling out food on food Would Change Rules It is not my he add to pass judgment upon poli cies of foreign Lf they elect to sell wheat abroad at a time when they fine it nec essary to ration their own and to shoot men for forging food that is their is it within my power to discern their motives in bearing Ameri can But it is my province and my duty to expose such transactions and to insist that American in stitutions be so regulated as to make such transactions impossi I hope the future exchanges of this country on their own ini tiative will have sufficient fore sight and public spirit to make such changes in their rules as may be Hyde said the Russian bales probably were not responsible fos all of the fivecent drop during the four days Hemain that they contri buted greatly to a bear psycho logy which depressed a market which was trying to The seoretarv may extend his trip to making possible a comerence some time this week with ofticials of the Bourd of 1 CULEMANHLTTS DRUG alarm AX USRIDGWAY Monroe suits for GOLF COUUSG 1rices now lOe I5e ULCi paste for the entire K K MENS WEAR Good clothes speak for M1LLNER FR1BLEY Trade your Jd heater in on a new the examina COLEMAN THEATRE Any bodys GLORY ft Muie on the Western NATIONAL ADVERTISERS Aspirin Cald wells Carters DipDypf Urovrs Hills K C Raking Army Beds For American Legion fleet of 50 national guard man ned by 150 national were on hand at the army base to day lo slart distributing the consignment of army bedding lo legion and for uie during the American Le gion A total of beds and blankets will bo supplied by the army to the BUYING OF RAW MATERIALS HAS MARKED EFFECT Secretary Lamont Points Out Important Trend in Business Conditions SEPTEMBER 1930 Office of Publication A Street and First Avenue BOTTOM IS REACHED Official Says Decline Has Pur chasing at Low Prices Secretary Lamont said today there was an important trend now no ticeable in American business by which leaders of industry are buy ing raw materials far ahead of current consumption The Commerce department head commented the movement was a natural reaction to the present low level of commodity It is perfectly he that business on the whole has ceased a marked decline which was characteristic of a number of ear lier months and there are some distinctly encouraging The most encouraging aspects are the growth of export trade as re vealed by the August statistics and the distinct picking up in retail trade in this The increase of exports during August was more than is custom ary at this The gain al ready manifested in retail trade is more than usually occurs at this Moreover the stocks of retail stores are exceptionally low and there is good reason to believe that their purchases from manu facturers and wholesalers will in crease As to the purchase of raw ma terials by Secretary La mont said the extra buying was being done entirely without organ ization and not because of any government pressure or solicita Though there have been one or two conferences as to details of raw material buying at the in stance of industrialists them he the govern ment is not in any way Of course every good executive knows more about his business than anyone else possibly can and sound business men do not have to be told that a low peak in commodity prices represents a sig nal for intelligent State Ballots Will Be Mailed by IS OKLAHOMA 22 for the general elec tion 4 must be dispatched by the State Election board to county election officials not later than it was announced today at the state board Several county races still are in doubt as vote contests have pre vented a final decision of party John election board Delay in deciding county will not greatly hamper the board in preparing supplies as ballots from all other counties may be Chief concern of the board present is the HuntMitchell con test for the Democratic nomination to the state supreme court from the Sixth Recounts are pending in three Justice Albert Hunt of Tulsa is contesting the apparent election of Judge Edwin McNeill of Paw nee Tulsa and Payne coun tv boards are contemplating re Size of the general election ballot will be S 12 inches wide by 32 inches The Cooperative Pub lishing company of Guthrie will print the ballots and the Oklahoma Printing company of Guthrie will print tally A total of ballots have been Fans Thrill as Night Football Makes Bow Here Miamis War Dogs growl and Show a new set of teeth against Welch high school eleven in the first night game in local sport history on the Junior college gridiron at 8 oclock Twentyeight flood lights will make everything visible even the highest punt and with lights shin ing on players from every angle there will be no coaches and players declare after trying out the field last School authorities tfnd the Junior Cham ber of sponsors are looking forward to a record crowd of football fans because game time will not conflict with business Coach Lock Norton of Miami and Coach Wadley of Welch have announced the following pro bable lineups Tehee left end Ward or left tackle Dernier Welch left guard Grigs center right guard Sutherland Welch tackle Walker and Trudgecn Mi right end Harrah or Til quarterback Mc Bee or fullback Viers or full back Vannoy or Jenkins right PRISON GUARDS PREVENT BREAK Quick Search in Nick ol Time Revealed Hundreds Were Armed Edward princi pal keeper of the state prison re vealed today that plans for a gen eral riot and outbreak at the pri son during a ball game yesterday afternoon had been frustrated by Fifteen hundred convicts were lined against a wall at an unan nounced moment by armed guards while other guards made a quick Improvised knives pieces of metal and money clat tered to the groundtalong the rows of men who sought to rid of Fifteen men were found with razors and knives and some had coils of rope tied about their bodies inside their The men were placed in soli tary Several convict barbers were found without their razors and also were placed in solitary After the search the men found without weapons were taken into the ball park where the game was held as There was no School Children Crowd State Fair Steel Man Dies on Long Island Estate NEW Henry retired steel mag nate and associate of the late An drew died today on his Bonnie Great He was 91 years Bishop Cannon Face Church Charge chairman ol the college of Methodist Episcopal said today he had received charges filed against Bishop James nil to re f a I their tui tlie WEATHER FORECAST Oklahoma and Arkansas erally fair to night and Tues Kansas ly cloudy tonight and ex cept fair tonight in portion slightly warmer tonight in north west j MIAMI TEMPERATURE Hemporatures in Miami from 2 oclock Sunday morning until noon 82 OKLAHOMA of the state capi tals school children trod the mid way and booths at the twentyfourth annual state fair to day as guests of the Ralph fair said he expected todays atten dance to equal or surpass last years Monday gate of One of the principal education features on todays program was the opening session of the Future Farmers of America Mem bers of the school will participate in a program of study based upon exhibits and GERMANFLIERS FiiTED dent Von Hindenburg today receiv ed Captain Wolfgang Von Gro nau and his companions of the recent transAtlantic CHILEAN REVOLT PLANS BLOCKED WITH ARRESTS Two United States Aviators Imprisoned With Five Native Plotters PRICE FIVE CENTS NAMES NOT KNOWN Identity of Americans Not Made Public by Government in Press Dispatches American aviators were arrested at Concepcion with two Chilean army officers and three passengers in an airplane piloted by the All five Chileans were charged with plotting the revolution which the government announced had been put Names of the Americans were not made known by the the government issued a lengthy communique which said an at tempted revolt yesterday against the administration of President Colonel Carlos Ibanez had been frustrated and the instigators im The Chileans arrested were General Redrado Enrique Colonel Iviaroduke Luis Salas Carlos Vicuna and Pedro Leon government communique today said that an attempted revolt at Concepcion yesterday against the administration of President Colonel Carlos Ibanez had been frustrated and the instigators An attempt was made yesterday afternoon to bring about a rebellion of the Chacabuco garris oned at Conception the attempt failed from its very The incident occurred shortly before 5 An airplane piloted by two North Americans presum ably citizens of the United States landed near the and dischlfcg ed its Enrique retired former Marma duke Grove and three Luis Salas Carlos Vicuna Fuenties and Pedro Leon all proceeding from the The five men went immediately to the barracks of Chacabuco regi which they found almost de serted since it was a They got into conversation with members of the Gutirdia and their chiefs their insinuations were not followed out by the The intendente of the j Victor the com mandant of the regiment adopted measures which immediately sup pressed any threat of Five in Seclusion General Barcelo ordered the ar rest of General Bravo and Colonel Grove and the three civilians ac companying them at 1 oclock this morning they were removed to the naval station Talcahuano where they are being held The strictest martial law was applied immediately in the In Concepcion news of the subver sive attempt spread and a crowd gathered within the regimental but the officers main tained order in strict observance and loyalty to their In Concepcion now as in all the nation complete quiet and tranquil ity The government is so situated as to follow energetically its prose cution of authors of the attempt against the public order and will spare no efforts in bringing to jus tice the guilty President Colonel Carlos Ibanez assumed office for a six year term in His while devoid of military movements has survived several political storms which have involved numer ous cabinet Concepcion is the third largest city in the and has a pop ulation of about It is located about 400 miles south of Santiago De capital of the republic and its largest FaH Fasftion Msplay Will Be Business Men Announce Band Music Will Accompany Elaborate Unveiling at 8 oclock That Night and Freak Student Parade Will Novel Entertainment Dame Fashions smartest crea tions for autumn will be unfolded before the eyes of thousands of people here October 9 at Miamis annual window according to plans adopted this morning at a meeting of local mer will be on a more elaborate scale than ever before Store windows will be unveiled at 8 oclock to the accompaniment of band Main street will be roped off from Second street north to Second street south to allow the throngs plenty of room to view the elaborate displays planned for the A feature of the unveiling will be a grotesque parade to be staged by school and college students of Ot tawa This parade will be a departure from the usual fall style All grade and high schools in Ottawa County are eligible to compete for cash prizes to be offered by the Miami Schools may enter the parade as a unit representing the institution or individual students may enter Those who wish to en ter are requested to get in touch with Jack manager of Mont gomery Ward and who is chairman of the entertainment Working with Clark are Carl Peck of PeckRobinsons and Earl manager of the Anthony The parade will be of a bizarre or freak nature and the winners will be decided from among the grotesque Suggestions for contestants are Lon Chaney imitations of prominent movie stilt papierma che clown ideas and hun dreds of others will suggest them selves to students who plan to en The finance committee composed of Frank Smiths readyto Charles Livingston of Scott Livingstons and manager of Penneys expect to raise the money early this week for the Roof But Man Asks Damages For Ruined Dinner OKLAHOMA 22 by employes of the state highway department on a Choctaw county right of way today brought an indig nant claim for damages from a farmer whose name was with A torn loose by the ex was hurled through the roof of his the farm er That part was not so The rock fell on the table and ruined a dinner just as the family was about to Reparations for the dinner were Repairs to the roof were not BANK BANDITS ROB AT UNGAS Escape Car Description Tallies With One LUeil at Ripley The Uncas State bank was robbed shortly after it opened this morn ing by two Mexicans who escaped in a gray Ford fleeing west The amount of the loot had not been determined shortly after the Uncas is in the northeastern part of Kay a short dis tance south of The de scription of the car used by the tallied with that used in the robbery of the bank at Payne late last Rip ley is about 70 miles south of Un The Uncas bank has been robbed several the last previous robbery occuring in George Jacques is cashier of the Jones Shoots Under Par on First Round MERION CRICKET Starting his final battle to sweep the golf boards for Bobby Jones shot a brilliant one under to take the lead in the first 18 holes of the 36hole qualifying play for the National Amateur golf championship The card Par in 444 344 Jones in 354 244 Talking pictures are finding wide favor in DRUG ROBBERY HERE SUNDAY ColemanHutts Store Enter ed After Clever Work on Plate Glass Door Drug thieves entered the Cole manHutts Drug store at 101 North Main street early Sunday morning and made away with a fair sized quantity of cash and Yancey manager of the could give only a rough estimate this morning of the loss which he placed at or This consisted of in cluding morphine lued at or 40 and about in Only a small quantity of cigarets was he So far as is known nothing else was The burglar or burglars entered the store through the side door on First The screen was cut away and the plate glass in the door was leaving an open ing in the door about a foot wide about three feet from the The thief entered and got away through that the rnskrW ager A piece of canvas with molasses on it was held against the glass while some heavy object was used to shatter an investigation dis The molassescovered can vass prevented the glass from Police believed that the robbers did not think the incident would be We have a report on the rob but we didnt want to put anything out on said Patrol man Jesse We were afraid it would spoil our chance of catching Judge Disqualifies For Murder Trial OKLAHOMA Judge Saul Yager of Tulsa today voluntarily disquali fied to try the case of Roy Free charged the murder of and Roy Morton as the criminal court of appeals was about to consider Freemans application for a writ of Freeman was scheduled to go on trial tomorrow before Judge Yager on the charge of killing Mor April In asking the court to force Judge Yager to dis Freeman claimed the jur ist had by his action shown him self to be prejudiced against Free man and his Conn Linn and had manifested great anxiety to try the It has been agreed that Hie Dis trict Judge Edwin McNeill shall conduct the s range religiousyenture thaf became a business KEASorvice 2 6 S 10 m Noon 2 f 10 1 C X 10 SO 78 76 70 73 M EDITORS NOTE This is the first of four stories on the colorful career of Aimee Scmple McPherson and her moth Minnie v DON ROBKKTS NK AScrvicc Writer NEA LOS AN 22 An gelus Temple monu ment to evangelistic enterprise where calm walk peacefully through bushed halls and a great i organ voices all agog Sister Ainicc and Ma are doitij battle onco Aimec and Ma havn been doing this of thing now for two but the passage uf timr doesnt seem to the iieat ol i and only Aimee Semple whose exploits in the clutches of kidnapers earned lie r worldwide front page news Ma is Minnie cofounder of Angelus Temple and warrior ex The temple is a great building situated halfway between wicked Hollywood and downtown Los An It faces on charming Echo Tall radio lowers rear themp solves from its domed roof and staj lion KFSG is hear far and ith Ihf of chrfr aiiiil brotherly broadcatt daily by Sistor Tlic most recent feud began over ii broken none Ma at of lier Ma And Aim1 indignant at an Back of the brttle is a lengthy story of the jealousy of two Each wanted to control Angelus Aimee has Two years ago the first open breech Aimee is shouted Horror stricken temple offi cials tried their best to halt the flow of stories lhat went Mas charges were hurled when Sister bobbed Ihose auburn hith ejto long and The charge resuled in the ousting of Ma as a Hero is how it was done When Aimee and Kennedy arrived in Los years ago they were withj w if Idly unless you ihr undoubted ability of si ler to sway which after quite an got lie1 start in girl hood as an actress in amateur theatricals in her home town in They hired a circus tent and held meetings in the oldlimn re So the slarl of the present Presently the contrile and hum ble who shunned Ihe worldliness of IhiB cily eonlributed The Echo Park Evangelistic Asr sociation was formed as owner of a valuable plot of Aimec and Mother KPJI counsellors of an ever sole trus tees of the organized as nonprofit Then began a crusade to build on Two SPEEDER HELD FOR DEATH OF CYCLEOFFIGER Paul Moring of Oklahoma City Was Driver of Auto mobile Involved in Case FORCED FROM ROAD Driver Ran Cop Into Ditch After Ignoring Demand to Stop His Car BULLETIN charge of manslaugh ter was filed today against Paul Oklahoma City taxicab in connec tion with the death last night of Rundell of highway in a high way crash north of UP Ed county attorney of Noble today was investigating the death of Mul hall motorcycle who was killed Sunday night when alleged to have b i forced off the paved highway 35 miles north of Mulhall while attempting to stop a speed ing motor Bowles returned here today from a trip and had not heard of the death of He said he would make an inquiry into the facts Paul his Annie and Homer Halei all of Oklahoma were ar rested in Ponca City arid returned to the county jail at Henry Noble county said he had talked with witnesses who claimde that Mor driver of the forced Run dell off the highway 14 miles north of He was to talk with Rundell during the morning to find out what her wishes ware as to The drivers mother probably will be released and Hale has indicated he will make a complete statement to of When the three were arrested in Ponca City they claimed Rundell lost control of 1 s motorcycle and collided with their Other witnesses maintained Mor who is about 22 years forced Rundell from the Rundell had stopped Moring for speeding when he passed through Mulhall and ordered him ImVteauV Moffug continued north on the road with the officer in Isham TRIO CLEARED IN ALMA CASE Men Arrested at Afton Completely Exonerated by Fort Smith Officers FORT John Williams an nounced today that three men ar rested at as bank rob bery one of whom was thought to be James Lloyd Casste under indictment in connec titn with the torch slaying of Roy Hawthorne at Fort last July had been Wil liams said none of the three had any connection with the Hawthorne slaying or with the recent robbery i the Commercial Bank at Extradition hearings for two men identified by Sheriff Rhodes of Fort orth as Herbert Stanley and Hugh under iiyiiclment at Fort Worth in connection with the Hawthorne slaying was to be set Rhodes and another oftk have requisition papers issued by Gov ernor Moody and honored Saturday by Governor Parnell for Stanley and Casstevens name also vas included in the requisition but he is not under arrest here Sheriff Vvilliams Staniey and Butler were week ago and are charged with robbery of the Commercial at said he and Sher iff Bushmaier of Van Buren wanted to hold the two men until ft bank robbery case is The three mei arrested at Af lon were Sam and George and Hunt and Griffin in Air 214 Hours OKLAHOMA Oklahoma City endurance plane piloted by Bennett Griffin and Roy Hunt passed the 214th hour mark in sustained flight at oclock this Griffin is observing his thhty fifth birthday in tho monoplane lift hopes will set a new record for en durance Since taking oft from Curtiss Wright airport the monoplane has made 64 con tacts with its refueling all oT which have been completed on the first Metal Market NKW Lead Kteady spot New York Louis Zinc quiet lOasl spot futiirr and future spot i17 15s future 12s ennt iflf future i
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