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   Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 5, 1925, Brownwood, Texas                                OGHT PAGES TODAY 96 SPRUNG IN PRISON PROBE ELOF rc ii D s Remove Slayer of Lagrange Girl to Another INVESTIGATION OF AIRCRAFT SITUATION TEMPORARILY HELD By Amociatcd Prrst house aircraft By Asrocialed Press has been removed from the count ere to anunrevealed and preparations were committee being made today for the funeral of Valeria high school is considering charges that gjrl shot to death on a lonely army and navy officers are gagged miles west of here Tuesday by their Superiors on questions ot SUeWM killed according to a military was informed confesion said to been made Secretary Wilbur today that naval officers are free to express their from younger dews fully igirl was serously wounded in es caping from her assailant but nhy I wish to the secsicians today gtated she retary said in a letter to Chairman Lamport of the that The elder girls funeral will be they are perfectly free to state held this afternoon and her school mates will be present in a fully and fairly all facts within Buriai will be iu the Catholic ceni their knowledge not of a tial or secret character and fully to caress their opinions on any Outbreak arehev dfd matters into which your committee not fear an They an desirc to that the prison Discussion of the subject again cr nad been removed and refused to indicate where he had been tak MEMBERS OF JURY OK MED COUNTY HEARD Hy Asiociated Frets ot dcfeiso to abate the indictment against Reiliy pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist Church of was overruled by Judge Jenkins in county court The minister is charged with hav ing libeled Miss Adelaide city health The defense then tiled a written motion to quash and the court recessed until 2 on oclock to allow time to study the Ten members of the grand jury have already been and each denied that either County Attorney Farmer or Court Reporter in the house Rep resentative McClintic of Willtem Langhorn of Chan democratic member of the naval pel father of the ar charging certain high rived late accompanied officials of the navy department had by an The younger Cranberry was present when deliberately attempted to mislead horn had already been removed grand jury deliberated on the American people as to the facts from the concerning the recent bombing of Br Langfaorn is one of the most the tnttlcship The prominent citizens of Washington Oklahoma member several days ago He has been a irgcfl the navy with using recent years has been de1 BODIES FOUND BURIED IN SHALLOW CRATE POLICE SEEK iiy Anotiattd LOS murder of two small reveal ed mouths after their and the murders which another girl insists she has committed In the last two were occupying attention of city and county authorities Search for May and Nina Mar sisltrs 12 and who wander ed away from home August 23 last with cents taken from a baby sisters ended yesterday whori their bodies were found In a field scarcely a mile from their They were huduled together In a ditch under a covering of brush md bodies wore decomposed and their torn cloUiing indicated a struggle had preceded The findings of a county autopsy surgeon were that the girls had been attacked and probably by Seek Tangible clews to the slayers identity were but police MAN SEVERELY WHIPPED AND FATHERINLAW AND WIFE BEATEN BT By Aftociattd spending the night with his family in jail here for who appeared last night withthe charge that be had been takep from his home and severely flogged by a band of masked at the jail pend ing the arrival of Judge when an investigation will be Search for the floggers was stim ulatcjd today by the announcement by Governor from Atlanta of an J500 reward for the leader of the band and each for other who said his wifo was choked and his fatherinlaw beat en about the head when they at tempted to rescue him from the Tuesday told Sheriff Bl SUtplcton there were between 2 and 15 men in the party but who companlcd the Ernest family to the required the Icrvlces of a physician for wouifds about the Krieft declared he had retired for tjie night Tuesday when short ly before midnight he was called fromhis home by the His own Copelkndcise or voted ViTcc eicn generate who Iwt and the efforts of 111 bills of indictment against Both Farmer and Cranberry bombs attack voting his time to Iris large land I testified they were not in the on the He asserted day that the lastword from the Neither father nor friends of the he was prisoner made any The that BO explosive bombs were youth had previously made a corn it had permitted an implete giving all details pression to go out to lead the of the according to Sheriff American people to believe the William Washington could not be sunkj from the GMieral who recently arrested near La told the committee that certain ofgrange after Valeria fleers were withholding the truth had been shot to death and her in testimony for fear of disciplinayounger sister attacked and injuri ry has been asked by Sec was held in the local county retary Weeks for an explanation jail He was brought here of contain other statements he as a precautionary Lang made before the Upon horn was injured in the shoulder his reply will depend the decision when officers fired at His in as to whether he will be continued jury is not considered in his present detail of j grand jury room Whenthe cases were deliberated or the vote RUSSIANS TO ENTER TEXAS COTTON TRADE cil to be the same man who is for several recent attacks on smalf girlb in other of thr Whiie invcLitigalioii of dou ble murder was in an lnlhla Wile and her father to tilmfproved he and he was forced into an auto miles from his he he was instructed to leave the machine and the men took at Inshing him with a Surrenders BE UP HOP BURNER GIBBY of who was sentenced to life im prisonment for the murder of his brotherinlaw es Hhas now returned and given himself up on findingtlia hia father has been held as an ac other investigation centered about He then was instructed to leave the sevenyearold Alsa after which he was placed wlu confessed to police Monday in the car and returned to hia that she fed her twin sisters ground causing tholr I poisoned a woman and attempted to poison The girl was to so before Su who is a tenant on the farm of several miles from appeared in Griffin sev cra days ago to demand a warrant OUi perior Judge Waiter Gates toj for Rawls arrrst on a charge of air chief after its expiration next Mitchells trans fer would return him to the rank of The committees inquiry into the was temporarily held up today by the prior ar rangement of General Drum as Assistant chief of the army gen eral its witness to appear before the house military will be resumed with thg recall of General Drum tomor The general staff officer de nied before the committee yester day that any officer had been in the truth she stood firmly on her story that uouncement today that the German j she caused the death of her twin steamer Bannbcck would be hort j sisters in two jlhc latter part of this month to j years ago and fed ant paste to a lay to answer a charge of a well known far preforred by Jetts with was released on He denied knowledge of the flog I whom the girl last I Insist on Before Judge Gates yesterday KKPOKT By Atioftated Prns BROWN WOOD MAX IS HONORED AT RENCE nOOKK 0 President of the Brown County Farm was elected vice president of the Tixa Farm Bureau and Law rence Moore of Brownwood was placed on the stiite board of di ac honors in both in stances for Brown county and well deservedbecause as well as many others in IJrown county have spent much of their time in making the Farm Bureau activities in Brown county as suc cesful as they have The Brown county delegates re turned today from Dallas and re port the recent state convention WORLDCOURT IS SHELVED BYSENATORS I take a cargo oC cotton to Russia causing her 1 came the news that the also said she placed sulphuric acd today says that oil has dispatch of the Farm Bureau Federation as She ln jnc Halifax Chronicle sian Textile owners and j the coffee at her boarding house operators of 432 textile mills in j would in The Russian syndicate had sev eral ships here last fall and ex reestablish offices i Claire the moth refused to believe the girls Its said the bales of cotton from I just wanted to see them this port to covered deeping through the earth i vcntion the best in the history of the or ganization in While the con was in session word in session worn In three places in the vicinity Clarence well Hujhnr CiKIa IP Clarkes Cape Sable Is off the southwestern tip of Nova In one place the oil is seen bubbling up In the main street of the the dispatch NOON AND NIGHT Ky j world court proposal virtually was j laid on the shelf today by the ate foreign relations committee so j timidated from telling before Announcement by Representative far as this congrers is Ptfrkins at the hearings that three A twohours discussion got the naval officers had asked not to be committee nowhere and afterward called for testimony because they Senator Swanson of the feared disciplinary action if they ranking democrat on the commit syw their honest and that said he saw no reason for pres he also had been officially informed i King his membership proposal as I both by Rear Admiral chief was no possibility of action j of the naval bureau of aeronautics I before March and Brigadier General Mitchell were slated for transfer from their present brought a flat denial from Secretary Wilbur that the navy department attempted to i exercise any censorship whatever i over the testimony of naval offi1 tollins Father Maintains Faith Eventual Rescue Ry Prelt CAVE Col father of the entombed Floyd standing before the iSand Cave prison said he knew Lord is able to give my boy strength to last until the new shaft reaches The elder Collin told a newspaperman to aalc the country to pray my THE WEATHER Texax Tonight and parti little cbanpe in Texax Tonight and Friday fair little change in the Oklahoma Tonight and 4ay fair little change in tlie Pierre National Bank of Commerce Fails to Reopen Hy The Pi erre National Bank of Commerce failed to open for business President A Ewert of the in stitution was disnrtssed late yes tcrday by Governor Carl Guilder son as treasurer of the rural cred its He testltied yesterday that institution had paid up capital and surplus of and that rural credits funds deposited approximated Appeal for Funds to Buy Supplies for Rescue Crews CAVE appeal for funds tosupply and clothing to workers to free Floyd Collins from en tombment in Sand Cave was is sued I Lee the imprisoned mans has exhausted ill his money in purchasing coffee and it win stated POSSIBILITY OF SINKING WINE SHAFT IS CONSIDERED BV TOMES f c SA RIFH ED TWITE TO SE ITRE PARDON FOR IMPRI SONED Bit CAVE FIjyd Collins has been n rmancntl en tombed in his Sand Cave prion 150 feet under ground by a risa in the door of the cave and all lioiir to passage have been abandoned Four trips into the cave lair convinced a coal i liners and military authorities cl of the work that their only chance to reach Collins is by Kinkuiy a shaft from the top of th ail and endeavoring to tunnel to tht im prisoned Any attempt to mine into the cave probably will be fntil to ol it was nut the plan was adoptetl as H list rusort the governors has been in an automobile with to mine machinery wherever any ein be Thf slow rising of the floor in the cavern liegan xhorfty after A rescue crew whicu ntir 1 at one found that thr parently had swelled frini licio it innermost on a few feet from Collins Krtiirning to the the miners who composed the dehil made their report to Genera in if ihe work and Denhardt immediately summoned of thi jrpological department of CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO STIITE APPEAL FROM FOURTH COURT OF APPEALS TO HEAR ORAL ARGUMENTS O FEBRUARY f Rtt Prtsx SAX um tion to advance the states appeal of Minors decision in FiftyFourth District Court put ting the Texas rangers out of op slttoriatiid Prttt that she had entered Into Im proper relations with Mc a former prison commis while he was a prison because he believed he would and could get my husband out of prison were made today by James Cade of at the prison investigation before a joint Cade testified that on two different occasions she had met McKniglu at the Milby Hotel in She said thit she liad gone there the first time at Mc Knighfs suggestion so that 6 might introduce her to 5eft who was to be there on a inspection She said she registered the first time as Jiraraic anil the second time as ary Ho gan The first witness was fniiiiiiighain of who dn James Cade in the trial in which IIP was sentenced to the penitent iaiw for five years on a verdict ot Cade catnn Austin on a special from the governor and waa present at the Rep resentative Irwln of Dallas conducted the KepatatloB Cunningham tcstlBcrt he known Cade all his hut that he hart not met Cade until after the killing for Cade wns He testified that personal investigation had disclos ed that Cades reputation was On crossexamination by j Berry of counsel for also Cunningham said he had nr way of knowing Cades repu tation afttr she had gone tf Hunts Oarey auditor for the Milby testified he knew My Knight and was askrd to produce the hotel registration shoots for August 2K which he Reitisten Arnold testified that on one appeared the name of Jimmie known had been elected President of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers in session in Farris was reelected pres ident of the Texas Farm Bureau Xrn nircrtors who will servo for the year nre Clarksville Dewitt Mineola Italy Alto Loma Long oration was granted by the Fourth and on Court of Civil Appeals the next line appeared the name of The case will be submitted to He testified that the Fourth Court on oral arguthe signature appeared to be Uwt ments and on February lof W Howe Whitney M Ackcr Navasota El j Campo hetrner Bomarton Corpus Christ Alf Griesen Bastrop Dub lin San Anton io Clint Lawrence Brownwood Chris with Walton of College Station and Bizzcll of College Station as ex officlo Outstanding One of the outstanding features of the convention was the adoption CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE RICH RUBY MINE fly ne mine yielding wondcvful stones of blood huo is re ported opened at upper Burma in the Mogok A sort of involv ing both natives and is NEWS FLASHES f JefF rtiarged with the ntnnler of Robert 1 wife Of the raiding pariton of Draketown today was riot rainy by a Jnry in liar Saperlnr WASHlWdTOK house voted today restore to the independent office hill aa Item of for excuses of the tariff eanlisloB daring the toning Attorney General Dan Moody and his ar gued the motion to The court held that In view of the importance of the case it should go up oi appeal as ciuickly as The state has four teen assignments of error in at tacking the ruling of the lower Regardless of the outcome the case will go to the supreme court as both sides have announced their intention of fighting to the last The records disclosed that Cade had been asigned to Room and to Room Ar nold Arnold then produced register shoots for November and No vember and testified that on November 11 Belch er of Salt Lake City and Mary Hogan ot Galveston had registered ind WITO assigned to Room He said that McKnight had regiu tered on November 12 and was as signed to Room according to the On direct examination by Renr jsentative Bowd Arnold Isaiil that in each case the rooms I were on different i On crossexamination by Arnold Said that Mc Kuight had always conducted him seff as a gentleman around thr hltri and that the general reputa tion of the Milby Hotel was goouX She Takes the Cade was next She testified that she had come to the hearing ot her own free will and that a subpoena had not been serv ed on She replied Yes to a Shells Exploded as Fire Wrecks Abandoned Barn Ky Aifocialnl Prtat Thousands of rounds of ammu nition stored in a barn here in 1917 and exploded last night When fire destroyed the No one was The shells were government am Representative Ir erty and were stored when a rifle I wm tliat llcr husband had been range was used near When the range was discontinued and other supplies moved the ammuni tion in the barn was HAS A SON Hy 1ssfixicl Prctt manager of the Beaumont was presented with a brand new out adder last Its a weighs in at 7 ring and hasnt been named Bernscn is doing TODAY IN WASHINGTON Senate and house meet at House continues consideration of independent offices appropriation House judiciary committee hears opponents on proposed equal rights amendment to the Senate considers nomination of Attorney General Stone to be a supreme court Justice in open ecutive session the deceased had tried cursd She siiid that she had gone to HuntsvilUto be near her husband and that she had talked to Mr McKnisht am that he had said Inwould do everything he cduld to help free her Did he askod She testified that had told her Governor Ncff would PAGE r I TODAY IN AUSTIN i r Prison Investigation by joint Discussion continued In the houso on the Dale and Dlnnell automo bile registration Real estate licensing bill expected to come up in Ferguson reinstatement commit tee Civil code prepared by the ing board set for special heariag 1 this afternoon la   

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