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   Record-Argus, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1928, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                EVENING RECORD Stoneboro Citizen THE RECORDARGUS EIGHTIETH COMPLETK ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE REPORT atrtmnce JAMESTOWN AUGUST 1928 FULL MARKET REPORTS NEWS OF THE WOULD ESTABLISHED KELLOGG PEACE PACT IS SIGNED ARE AFFIXED Greatest Peace Gesture Since World War Becomes Official with ALL NATIONS OF WORLD ASKED TO SIGN Ratification by Foreign Pow ers Makes War Illegal for By Associated Press Kellogg Brland renunciation of war treaty was signed today by the plenipoten tiaries of 15 Gustav German foreign was tho first to sign the historic Secretary of State Kellogg was the second to sign the treaty and For eign Minister Benes of Czechoslo vakia affxed the fifteenth and final the pact fifteen countries renounced war as an Instrument of With its signing all the peoples of tho world were Invited to join in a groat effort to achieve permanent universal Soviet Russia being Girl Adds Clue in Murder Case asked to take part French through the Significantly the first German foreign minister offi cially received In Paris since the war of was first tosigh under the alphabetical rule applied to the names of signatory The United States was conslderedvas be ingcalled American in order to make Kellogg the second Foreign Minister Hymans of Belgium was third and Foreign Minster whose message to the American peo ple many months ago was the ori gin of the pact which Secretary Kel logg developed and came When Briand finished an address of welcome and the pact was both were translated into This took 43 minutes and then the French foreign after a burst of rose and invited Stresemann to sign the Instru Stresemann wrote his signa ture with Kelloggs pen dipped in the inkstand which served for the signing of the first FrancoAmeri can treaty negotiated by Benjamin Tho German foreign minister blinked in the brilliant lights that upon his When he sign he rose amid applause and re turned to his Then at Briands Kellogg went to the treaty ta ble and The others followed in a steady each taking an average of forty seconds so that the signatures were completed in 10 After Foreign Minister Hymans signed for Belgium and Briand for Lord acting British secretary of state for foreign signed in behalf of the King dom of Great Ho was fol lowed by Premier Mackenzie of Can ada Alexander mem ber of the executive for the Child Reports Seeing Slain Doctors Car License Pass ing Through By Associated Treat little girl observing Pennsylvania automobile license numbers whllo visiting in Illinois last week turned the atten tion of authorities westward today In seeking the slayer of Henry Carrnck Thlrteenyearold Jennie of was questioned by detectives said she was visiting an uncle In and while watching for Pennsylvania she saw one bearing license that of tho ma chine In which Dapper wns kill and which has since The car she described was the same in color and size as the missing au The authorities previously had ex pressed an opinion that Dapper was killed by a hired Their efforts to uncover a motive for tho slaying thus far havo proved The physician was summoned from his office last Monday osten sibly to care for a sick He was attacked and fatally wounded on a lonely road near bore by the man who had called for seal ring with the same device in The pen was used for the actual writing ot signatures by all tho The KelloggBrland treaty con demns recourse to war for the so lution of International controversies and the nations renounce It as an Instrument of natlopal pol icy In their relations with one an The treaty provides that settle ment or solution of all disputes or or nature or whatever origin they may bo shall bo sought only by pacific The preamble declares that any signatory power which seeks to pro mote Its national Interests by re sort to war shall be denied the bene fits furnished by the Thus If a signatory state resorts to war In violation of the tho other contracting parties are released from thoir obligations under tho treaty to that In proposing tho Secretary Kellogg declared It docs not restrict or impair in any way the right of and does not conflict with tho League of Nations covenant since the covenant imposes no af firmative primary obligation to go to Nor does the treaty conflict with the Locarno peace Kellogg aotnted If the parties to the Locarno treaties arc under any pos itive obligations to go to ho made such obligation certaln y would not attach until one of tho parties had resorted to war in vio ation of Its solemn pledges under hese And since all the na itons signatory to tho Locarno reaties also attach their signatures to the new treaty the Locarno troa could not be violated without al 10 violating tho KelloggBrland act LARGE BARN IS BURNED LOSS OVER Structure on Gamble Near Attracts Crowd of Fired by spontaneous the large barn on what has been known for years as the Gamble on the Jamestown Adamsvillo three fourths of a mile from burned to tho ground Saturday night at light ing the sky for miles It at tracted pooplo from as far as Meadvillo and and more than were on the scene Immediately after tho Tho farm Is now owned by who with his is now on a New England and Is not expected homo until tho middle of the Pearl SpIKatone and wore visiting at tho formers parents at tho hour tho fire and itwas discovered by James who was It was immediately apparent that nothing could be done to check the The firo appeared to have at tacked all sides of tho barn at once and nothing could bo The wind carried tho flume and sparks away from tho house on the and no other with the exception of the which burned with the Throe veal calves and one cat woio the only animals to perish In tho although much farm ma and grain twohorsn limn Ford IBacre yield of 14 bushels of pounds of cow five Ions of ind 70 loads of liny wore included in he who In a s believed to havo had a largo amount of his equipment In tho Damage was roughly estlmat at between nnd only a part of which Is covered by The barn had been remodelled in recent and wan one of tho largest and most modern in tills sec tion ot the PARIS TODAl NEW YORK SUBWAY WRECK PICTURE Central Press photo of subway wreck In tfcw York City In which 11 mot death and a hundred wore In which most of the deaths Interior vJow IB of 0 Commonwealth of Christopher Australia Sir New Zealand high for New Zea land Jacobus South African high for South and President for the Irish Free Cushcndun signed again for Count Manzoni sign ed for Count Uchida for Ja Foreign Minister Knlcskl for and Bcnes for CzochoSlo Within a few minutes after the treaty was signed telegraphic mes sages were sent to American diplom atic representatives all over the world to present at 47 states Invitations to ndhere to the Twentyfour of these were sent from the Paris em bassy and 23 were to be sent from the State department at Washing WARREN YOUTH DROWNED DRAG YANKED LAKE Pete Disappears During Family Picnic Last Evening Search Goes 27 Special A Elks Gathering at Lake for Convention tlnuillg to dralf Yankee small large crowd of rescuers con Conneaut Klks wore nrrlvlnij bore today for the annual vention Charles national past yrand exalted will address the Indications wero or body of water at a pleasure resort OFF ITS WE Passenger Plane Between Vic toria and Seattle Is Object of Intensive FEAR FORCED LANDING WOULD CAUSE INJURY Women and Children Report Sighting Plane Coast Guard Boats Sent By Asuodntcil Press for tho British Columbia Airways monoplane with four passengers and of two missing alnco Saturday morning when It encountered dense fog on the trip from to turned today to the Olym pic peninsula ootiiliwwit of Port where tho piano was re ported scon by threo women and nearly a dozen Coast Guard officials believed tho Pilot was heading for clcn rings in tho Chlmacum 12 mllra south Second ArrestJMeJy i as Subway Crash Result Several Witnesses Other Workers to Share in New sec ond arrest appeared probable today In tho Investigation of tho Times Square subway wreck which caused 10 District Attorney Itiintun HUnimiin 011 several witnesses to hln office for This Inquiry will bo pushed he to a definite con Wo havo thrco wcoks until when William Bald tho maintenance man charged with will receive a hearing In It was William chief engineer of the transit who iudicatoil tho second arrest would bo Them wero two not of human tiald Tho maintenance and hlw should havo tho They had plenty of limn and tools to do the human cle ment failed In tho second ho Home no operated tho valvn Hint Ihrow near in an effort to o locate tho body of Peter out by thu of and William ieMCoast of Tho boy disappeared about of 1ort Townsend and southwest of tho switch as tho ninth car Port A forced landing airmen probably mean a crash with injuries to those landing lf train WIH over canning tho Hysteria caused by seeing the wreck victims brouKht on a heart at last during a family and It is believed be had intended to go in No one witucHaed j c In tho piano wrro Alexander Mc Callum KnrliKh barrister and tack thai proved fallal In nlo foniirr and vaudovlllfi VAREWILSON CASE REOPENS IN PITTSBURGH Witnesses Questioned Regard ing Expenditures of Money in concerning tho hiring of messengcra and watchers by tho Allegheny County Republican committee In the 1820 election was given today at the opening of tho United Btates Senates IwurliiK ham In tho investigation of William Wilsons contest of the election to tho Honato of his Repub lican William clerk of courts anrt treasurer of tho county Republican commltteo In wan tho Counsel for the Democratic candidate for tho Senate brought from tho witness tho merit that there were niOHsen uml wiitchcrn employed y tho Republican They vvero pnlil flvo dollars tho wlt Tim witness also testified that 000 VVIIH paid wrcniCi clinir nan of llm Italian Joplry wild this mini thn illMHiMiilnntlnn of Information on November 20 days after the 1026 Sums of flOO to J500 wore paid to various employee at Republican headquarters for similar Toploy The wit ness said ho did not know If Information was disseminated by AI Questioned as to tho duties of tho imiHMongors Toploy said lliey brought persons to tho polls to Ho wild the wore at tho polls to see that ballots were cast Counsnl for Wilson brought out that tho rnefmengerrt and watchers wero responsible to tho county Re publican cotnrnlttoo Los tho prosocutlon and defense Intend ing to complete tho Jury panel by introduction of testimony In tho murder trial of Pat charged with slaying Myrtle was expected to begin When court convened Ight women und three men had been tentatively uhosun to hoar tho Kan eontoHt In which United States Sen ator Hiram Johnston seeks re nomination on the Republican rnlMlieH tho only interest In to ITIOITOWH California primary elec The veteran senate leader is piiHctd by ChiirliH Randall of Low candlilnli on both tho Rfe diid Prohibition parly members oi the ordor would bo j his entrance to the and nono hero during the heard erles for Jiulgo Claro of tho CrawAfter a hurried search of tho vl ford county court and past cxaltej jclnlty last H was decided nilor of tho Mcndvlllo will that he must have gono In tho visiting Mary Ann of New said to be 10S years and known to rlvernien on the Ohio for half a century as the keeper of a waterfront rooming house In the In or have fallen Into tho Inad Up to noon today tho body had not been Dnnrn at Oakland August Now Orleans 12 colored slon diana died here The Invitations points affected mailed and telegraphed to all TCI i ey misht have the document rlanc Is source or Much Interest Admls a272t Thomas pnrlinment mana Thlmas far eastern mana ger of the Union Oil rornpany of returning from tho ori ent Victoria phy sician and I la roll I Seattle air mall was the was aboard as Joe Marks Takes Caddy Championship Greenville Country club caddies are going a fast a I the local to Many Yesterday Parachute Jump pionshlp when an has been in progress fop thu past few culminated in the crown HO t hey ready when word was wired that the treaty was The spread on a small ta ble inside a bore 15 wax each marked with the seal of a The foreign office rej nir each of the plenipotentiaries j an air in the now wjth njr to lend it his seal so the wafers stationed at Boulgeis owned It to j At the of lho 1S by and piloted by throughout tho week until HaturI Fergusons modal was the same nnd SCIENTIFIC METHODS OEY FARM RELIEF NEEDED IN THIS BANKERS DECLARE for a successful ty HKrlrultura tho koymilo ir a throeday Inspection trip to llnPerm ylvanla State Collego uhunil school and oxpcrlmcnt Btuiluii last weekend by inombeiH of tho lural commiltoo of tho HiniK ors Association and thlr ky bankers in agricultural advaiific tho convention liar Attending and today decided charnj fiotn Mercer County wore K liminatlon that Vlca Orovo IHy Nutlonal Grovs City K bankers n the NdiindinHH if Hclentlflo niithodii by rigrlcuHiiirnl Tho Tanner who ctmnot show that the money ho wuntu to Vorrow from the bank la to bo used In n reroru rneiKled project IH nssurod of financial return to should bo turned away by tho bank er without a But tho farmer who shows convincingly that hit Is ono that should lienti In tlio States could be mailo ti product tho same number pigKx anniuilly tut the present num ler now if rttUiition Is puJd to In tho numo Iho of couH could be reduced fif ty per for Home farmers pay as as u year In free board for tho privilege of milking some low producing hn and farm crops also need care ful Farmers nnd I lew culminated in t Alarge number of Greenville does no stuntflying with passj ing of Joe Marks pie yesterday flew over the town to enRcrH In with j matched with Bill Ferguson In First The plane is j finals went out in a 3S and In with j National Melwlll do good to tho entire cornmun It Is tliU sort of farmer who might be stamped in Kellogg entrusted to one of the pfiretarles of the foreign office for j this purpose the pen presented to him by the municipality of An aqumarine set in the end of the I pen has cut In It the monogram I FBK which is Kelloggs seal on I the Ordinarily he uses a Eugene World War he had annexed nn equal number now engaged in commercial a via A parachute jump from a height of Four holes paracue ump rom a eg o Four holes were The a Wacco hi of several hundred proved fought Marks finally emerging is from is from Bettis Pitts teresting to the crowd which had one A largo number of people After a late start nearj surrounded tho field throughout the co ream upper ly two score persons ascended in the watching the plane oft and i old Halem 30 artprnnnn nnrl aunntnnr lnn4 I rtr Ico Cream Supper afternoon and early The a243t first to tho county and necessary culls in a State College Farm relief by legislation Is extension wpeclallst for tho local dclogatlnti learned and then goos to tho bankur Kwte Tho bankers and learned enough of ng rlculturn to bring homo tho fact that teaching tho farmer how to spend can become themeans for tnrniiiK a failing or indifferent mtinity into a Tlin Slain Collfge officiate and banker agricul turists were highly In tanks It ui with facts and Ilg More than 100 tankers represent will not only got tho loan but ng every county in the stato wero Stalo College Wo came away feeling that new era is in sight for Pennsylvania These honkers arc planning to call their fellowbanUers together in each county and tell them what we saw and learned oa this State Col lege Is performing a wonderful eer vico not only for farmers but for all peoplo of the Comntonwe and by urging closer application of Iho college ouv com agriculture can be wonder fully JS vlth bin according to I huvo Kuen enough of how they Mo it at Btato College to convince mo that the application of the principles of scientific agrlculturae Is the way better farm conditions In this Reed H6 said that onethird tho number of TO SEVE Crash North of GreenvS Sends Seven to Hotel Badly CLS CAR TURNS OVER Several Minor ported in None of Fatal Natuf j The automobile toll pnat woekend of tho oldenta resumed In wrloUs to any of tho it At least half a dois cidonta near or if Inur residents of Perhaps the most dent occurred at oclock driy orced into the flitch ng another Accompany worn his wife and and and and son who IB an Fisher stated that1 Bounded his vhllo Bojjtl wnen out ttj ftasi Ho baby lear of t drhi fffTlU 1 ict t in not behoved njured f Ille all A car owned pf rfetaly wrecked about tight when it was turnejl hreo times at the New ml crosslngr on the Che ariiostown omnnnled by rnnfordiandDonald f none ofwho erlously Penaman Is believed to empted to pass another orth of the tracks while on oward The ie second reported to of Is Hempted to turn Into a the and v the car The Jamestown a i oiled over three tjmes and st on the railroad minor outs and bruises the crs are believed A number of minor In A diS rhose name been v Is said to have driven 1jft ho tomup portion of Main streij nocking down the barricade imaging his l Two curs collided yesterdayJnorj ir about oclock at the OOnM f Clinton street and Penn avenui car bearing an Ohio rij to crashed intoji hlne driven by resident C who slowed up In 10 turn on tho highway uffolo car was Another accident was jrepoyte jout S oclock on Sunday hen a car driven by a Greetiyijl ion was turned from the traffic n Packard avenue Into a nd was narrowly missed pproacblng f which took to the tdltoji ie The approa considerably damaged AT THE HOSPFTAj Raymond Stewait reiatlon Saturday Gleason Hetrick an operation Sundayctyi   

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