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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 25, 1929, Corsicana, Texas                                THH WKATHEK East cloudy tonight and Saturday probably showers on west Thermometer Readings 8 12 I n 1 p 10 2 11 0 Home of the Daily Sun and SerniVtokly MorninyUyht FULL LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE MARKETS AT A GLANCE firm stubbornly i ixl Invclllfir invrfltnirilt i3 riiMfliliMiii irriKlllHr fil nlmni in KOHHION EXCHANfi nflMlllli Of fOV slrmlv Irnrln liiitvly Iiisiir MOt IOK uiiylllril CllirAdO rirm 298 OCTOBER PRICE FIVE CENTS FOURTEEN MONARCHISTS AND 21 ALLEGED BANDIT REVOLTERS EXECUTED Four teen including two former high officers of the and three property owners were executed today on charges of maintaining an armed monarchial coun ter revolitionary organiza A large number of others identi fied with the organization were sent at the same time to concen tration prison camps under sen tences of hard labor fotfrom five to ten Authorities said the members formed themselves into militant Czarist which i perat ed under the guise of a religious sect and purchased stored ammunition and sent emissaries and propagandists to Black Sea towns to agitate against the Red Army and Soviet economic and po litical It was charged Paul Grigor former and his leaders in the organi formed a miltary council of whc4 headquarters wero located in a remote place called BabukAul in the Caucasus Randits Executd described as bandits and were executed here today for coun tryside banditry and terrorizing the It was alleged the headed by a man named maintained a plant for forglrig doc uments and possessed arms and It was further charg ed they were in the act of recruit ing additional members to extend their terroristic BAILIFF IS EFFORT TO PREVENT SAN ITY TRIAL IN WALKER COUNTY IS ADMITTED Kheriff Vergil Fosler of Eastland county and a deputy left here today with Marshall Cisco Santa Glaus returning him to Eastland county on a bench An insanity hearing was filed in court here Tuesday for Rat liff after an affidavit had been made by his mother that he was of unsound The case was set for 30 before Judge attorney for Rat said the status of tho case is in a legal muddle The hearing in Walker county is still pending and will have to be dis posed and it cannot be dis posed of without the presence of County Attorney ty Attorney Joe Jones has set plans in motion for the purpose of preventing a sanity hearing lor Marshall condemned Cisco bank being hold in Walker it was revealed here Jones said today he had no announcement to make at this time regarding his but gave his opinion that Ratliff would not be tried on a sanity plea in Walker Policeman and Motorist Dead After Shooting Policeman was shot and killed here today by a motorist he had halted to Shortly Sam Wig of this city was shot killed near Cleatwater by a policeman who was a member of n posso hunting for the Wiggins opened fire on tho officer had stopped his car to ques tion and the officer returned the Police believe Wiggins was the who killed He was on a warrant charging chicken Clemenceau Believed Be Growing Weaker as surances of George Clemenccaus apparent the impres sion remained in well informed cir cles today he gradually was grow ing weaker because of his inability to take any solid combined with his failure to assimilate any made thj possibility of any now cardiac a grave event which might end fa MONTANA AIRMAN FAILS IN FLIGHT ACROSS THE ATLANTIC mi TEXAS Jury Convicts Him UNHEARD OF SINCE START OF FLIGHT URBAN DITE BELIEVED LOST NEW name of Urban was generally believed today to have been added to the roll of those who tried to fly across the Atlantic and Unheard of since he headed his midget Golden away from Harbor on all but the most hopeful were convinced his adventuresome project had ended with a forced landing in a stormy Those who clung to the belief the Montana aviatorstockman had es caped pointed out the possibility he may have headed northward and landed in some isolated or have been picked up at sea by a ship without One of thoss who refused to give tip hope was his wife who at her homo in received a letter lie had mailed from Harbor Grace before his Once in the bo had its as good as But his 70yearold rtother at became resigned to the belief her son was Picture shows Urban Diteman and his low wing the Golden in which he attempted to fly tho The hopoff was made with an utter absence of advance and almost noth ing was known of Ditemans The start was made from Harbor Tuesday at Johns in seemingly was the only person beside the pilot who knew of the The plane carried 16Q gallons of gasoline and had been equipped for overseas Ditemans destination was a flight of approximately Not one word was heard frorm tho intrepid cattlemanaviator following his hopoff and hope for his safety had been abandoned LOSS OF LAKE FERRY ONE OF WORST DISASTERS IN FIFTY YEARS ON LAKE MICHIGAN A dozen bodies marked today the resting place of a Lake Michigan steamer and revealed the fate of her crew of Each encased in a life they floated among wreckage from their illfated the Grand Trunk car ferry on the lake 16 miles southeast of A half dozen boats were detailed to steam to the scene and com plete the work of salvage Last searchers recovered the bodies and bits of wreckage which told how the Milwaukee plunged to the bottom when she was unable to breast the battering waves of Tuesday nights storm and make port at her Grand Hav The story of tho actual events leading up to the sinking seemed destined to remain locked in the bosom of Lake The man who could have told is He is Robert Bad Weather Mc Kay of Grand whose 50 years of battling the treacherous lake gales ended with His was the body While searchers wore writing the last entry in the log of the Mil in vestigators laid plans for an inves tigation of the one of the worst since the Lady Elgin disast er in Marine men discussing the cause for the believed cars carried in the hold were torn from their moorings by the buffeting of the The weight of the they likely centered on one side of the lipping her just as she was caught in the trough of tho Once on her beam with water pouring in through the opening whore the cars arc she would have gone down SHOW INCREASE IN TEXAS GINNINGS PLACED AT SLIGHTLY LESS THAN THREE MILLION BALES ENTHUSIASM PREVAILED AS PLEDGES MADE TO PLACE CHAMBER ON GOOD BASIS Cotton of the 1929 crop ginned prior to October 18 was announced today by the census bureau as j running including round bales counted as half compared with run ning including round to that date last Ginning by states were Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi Missouri New Mexico North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia All other states Identiffetl out of four suspects tak en into Bill 17 year old Brownwood was held in jail today charged with robbery with firearms in connection with the robbery of the Brown wood State bank Tho formal charge was placed against the boy after Earl McClat asislanl and other persons who saw tho robbers leave the bank had visited his One of tlic three unmasked ban McClatchy has a charge of buckshot in his The assistant cashier was alone in tho bank when the holdup They fled after ho shot at them through porthole in the Two Prominent Mexicans Died In Plane Crash INTRACOSTAL CANAL BODY BEAUMONT SESSION FEELS FINAL VICTORY VERY NEAR EL about 160 miles south of Juarez on their flight from El Paso to Tor two young cotton planters of Jesus Pamanes and Ru ben were killed last said an official telegram received by the chief of police at The young said to bo mem bers of prominent families of Tor were about 28 years They purchased the plane In Los Angeles last leaving there Saturday for El They took off from tho El municipal airport at 5 Pamanes was piloting tho plane when they left El Neither man had a pilots j Senator Burton Reported Very Illj Senator Theodore Burton of has suffered a serious re lapse in his illness and his fam ily today expressed apprehension over his The 77yearold senator has been confined to his residency here for more than a failing to re cover from an attack of Until recently ho has been able to Cirry on his at but last night his condition took rv sudden turn for the light of victory was in the oyos of 300 stalwarts of the Intracoastal Canal association of Louisiana and Texas today as they began their silver anniversary convention That ight was soltoncd momen when Hol president of the organiza in the first major speech of the called with a falter ing voice for those who had been with him at m tho organi zation session 25 yours Three lined with und for an instant there was Then a grout wave of Except for the brief how to eulogize tho mon who dreamed an inland waterway from the Mississippi to tho Rio the morning was full of the dream is within sight of The from scores of Texas and Louisiana cities and wore assured in lireconven tion folders and in speeches that within three years tho product of eastern mills would some south on a new channel providing a fixed route for a regular argosy of com After President Holland opened the the Tom Min yard of Beaumont in prayer gave thanks for the visions of the men who started the movement and ask ed a blessing for their which he said ho was city made the tirat welcoming He referred humorously to previous sunshine claims of the Rio Grando valley and said one of Beaumonts chior advantages was its He presented tho key to the city to President County Judge tho next said if there was anything the key wouldnt unlock the delegates would take It any Harvn Raciviteh of New personal representative of Huey Long of re sponded with praises for Beau mont and assurances that the gov ernor stood firm in his allegiance to inland the Louisianans in ho tel lobbies wore working quietly to take the 1930 convention to New There appeared to be little and the Rio Grande valley delegation set about to get the 1931 meeting for Har Thoir which they wore in addition to those provided for each were bigger than any others except those of the Corpus Christ ribbons afoot Continued on Page Hollywood Fire Losses Be Less Than Lofscs incidental to the destruc tion of the laboratory here of the Consolidated Film Industries were tentatively fixed today at less thnn as result of discovery that Fjevcral of tho valuable screen productions stored in tho building wore damagedFears that tho six vaults in the building might have boon penetrated by heat suf ficiently to damage master films within were allayed by the opening of one room last Films were found in Killer With Baby Face to Diejn Chair Woe Willie called the Baby Face was found guilty to day of and was sentenced to die in the electric The jury was out two He was tried for slaying Charles chief of police of The convic tion was one of the few which have brought a death sentence against dcefndnnts classified as Radical Leader Will Try Form Cabinet radical today ac cepted President Doumergues invi tation to form a new government to succeed that of Premier Aris tide who resigned He told the president he would try to get a cabinet Dcladier spent threequarters of an hour with tho president dis cussing his He left early In tho afternoon for where the radical Socialist party was holding its Ho expected to consult other Ho promised the presi dent to toll him Saturday at n whether ho considered it possible to form a government Ky KREI DYK Associated Tress Staff Writer EL Deter mined to clenr away the great stumbling block of a de tho Wept Texas chamber of commerce today made its business session a collection agency to per mit it to move on to greater AMilcnc climbed on tho platform in Liberty hall and like a first class auc how next how much until the deficit began to melt like tho fast falling flakes of an autumn snow storm which today besot El Harold circulating manag er of the Fort Worth StarTelr grnhf und tho famous Hlrod Hand of radio station jumped to his feet and created wild applause by stating Amon publisher of that newspa hud authorized him o say he would be glad to Culdwcll pledged for Abi lene Wichita Falls Mayor Thom ason in addition to already given Coombos of jStamford and Borland i of president ancl acting general Delegates and directors stumbl ed over themselves pledging to and in a few minutes the goal was in sight with BlBBCr and Better Exhausting the list of larger towns with the Caldwell asserted we are going to stay here until these doggone debts are paid if you fellows dont blamed if I dont pay it This West Tiixas chamber of commerce is going ahead to big ger and better and we are not going to lot a little deficit stand in our he There were only 200 delegates present and donations slowed I Mnmilton at this stage add ed another making Caldwell added 5300 more for Abi making Van Kandt Jurvis of Fort president of lie Southwestern imposition and Fat Stock show pledged to pay tho lust when tho deficit could bo wiped out with that Me was culled to tho rostrum to help obhiin further and this honor is worth an ALBERT FALL Fjiday morning the jury com jiosod of eight men and four wom en who have heard the evidence in the bribery trial of Albert former secretary of the in terior In President Hardihga cab inet filed into court and pro nounced the aged and hoallh brokon New Mexico rancher Sentence will not ho passed until a motion for a new trial is dis posed Fall Is accused of hav ing accepted from Edward Doheny for the lease of the Elk naval oil rc Doheny and Fall contented the was merely a 4 A sub committee of six will meet in Houston on November fl to draft tho formal report of the prison centralization commission to be submitted to Governor Mcody and by him to special session of the At a mocling hern yesterday the commission 11 to to re commend silo within twenty miles of Austin for the proposed now centralized and Industrialized The composed of Hep rcsontativos King of Thrnok Murphy of Livings lonnnd Harry Graves of George town and Senator Patton of Crockett gave nolive they would curry their fight to have cen tral plant located on penitentiary property now owned by the stile to survoy prosontowned lands pre liminary to presentation of data in support of heir Tho subcommittee appointed to inspect lands adjacent to Austin and recommend the most suitable site for tho prison failed to make a It submitted a of nil the lands it inspected and advised the committee most of it was suit able for tho Prices rang ed from M0lo125 an Lad is Charged With Murder of An Aged Woman NEW 12 yearold boy was hold on a charge iif homicide today for strangling 78yearold widow who detected him stealing S3 from her Clara bedridden wi dow of Howes tho awoke just as Krlward jan itors son in the apartment in which she was leaving her tho boy quoted her as you put that back where you got said Edward in his confes sion to the We got to wras and she tried to take the money away from But I my hands around her neck ancl gave her a and she fell right back on the She was so I got I then threw a brick through tho transom win dow to make everybody think it nnd went back to Continued on Pago a Check Payroll For Identity of Four Dead Men Tho Sugarland Industries payrool at was being checked to day to determine Identity of rout men blown to bits yesterday by a dynamite Only of the torso of one man was found cases of dynamite on which the mon were sitting at lunch time explod justice of the delayed his verdict pending further EIHIBITOR DIES IN RANCH SUCCUMBS ATTACK OF PNEUMONIA FRIDAY WO Hil ranchman and one of the host known shorthorn cattle ex hibitors in the United suc cumbed in an attack of pneumo nia here Tho body was tak en to Fort Worth pending funeral Owner of acre ranch near where he had lived for 38 Hildreth captured many in competing with other ranchmen in stock shows in Illinois and A Hildreth entry won the grand champion steer award at the Southwestern Exposition und Fat Stock Show at Fort Worth this Last year at tho Slate Fair at another steer owned by Hildreth took the iamo who came to Texas from Kentucky 45 years euf fered a nervous breakdown during Developing symptoms of pneumonia Hildreth was removed to a hospital whcro ho WHITES ENDEAVOR TO DRIVE FILIPINOS OUT OF CALIFORNIA FOLLOWING SEVERE RIOTING Race 11 ily rioting in which 300 white j laborers and 200 part KM I pnlod as tho nvuil a affray if nriulli of started u mob of whiten today on an attempt lr drive tho Filipi nos out of that section of the coun At one mini wns hurl md several othiis wcro believed to have boon injured when clubs and pitchforks wcro brought into play by Tho injur ed Adolph truck war tho victim of tho Ftur nioting occurred in two place first a carnival being altenrled by both whites and Filipinos and Inter ho ranch of Flro Ill foolinr to have existed twoen the whito anrl Filipino work ers broke into fury when fiorginan was WhilOH said pino attacked him with a bolo a long knife much used in tho Philip When the Filipinos rolroatd from the cm tho by numbering nhou moved to ho Firebmigh ninrrh anrl attempted In sot fire to a shod which served as a cump for flu Firemen and 50 or more Filipinos The whites pursued polling thorn with pi ones iinrl brandishing clubs and Many of the Filipinos took to the vineyards to conceal Others flod in Tho whiles sppanilcd into grouiM iinrl headed for other to drive out any Filipinos remaining in tho Sheriff Hill of Visralia has i group of men who dozen hoping tu pnvont further Several hours later tho officers reporting tho whites had driven the Filipino from two more cnmps south of here and had dis Last of Ohio River Dams Was Dedicated Today GRAND Ul Ohio river dam locont ly completed after four years work and tho of 50 dams built to provide i yearround nino foot navigation on I ho Ohio riv was formally dedicated today by General William Initod States engincoiv of Bowling builder of tlvo darn authorized by the 1I10 rivors and harbors In tho of more than 300 inland water development advo rnombors of congress und others who came hero aboard tho Moamers Cincinnati und Greater I General Sibert prcdict that completion of tho Ohio eu inulization would result in a great i boon to the midillo west and to tho country as u SUIC1DUS Fred ono timo wealthy real operator in Kvans committed today by His wife his art to dospair ovor in llir looont crash of Lock JURY RECOMMENDS r COURT BE MERCIFUL1 TO AGED DEFENDANT DOHENY LAYS BLAME ON THAT DAM COURT FOR FALLS CONVICTION 1 Fall found guilty today of accept ing a bribe from Edward Doheny for the lease of the Elk naval oil The jury recommended to thS court that the former interior sec retary Eight men and four women com posed the jury wheich the 08yearold now broken of guilt in thin connection while serving as secretary of Inter ior in tho Harding The verdict was handed down nearly eight years after Fall receiv ed the money from a friend of prospecting days when they and the West were First Government Victory i The case was the first criminal action won by the government in those growing out of the cclebrat cd senate oil The government has recovered ths but once branded by the supreme court as a faithless public is the first person connected with tho lenses to ba During ho trial Fall has appear in court most of the time In a wheel chair and on onn occasion a recess had to be taken because oC Ills Members of the jury stood aa they announced their verdicts In One by one they were polled and each replied with mercy of the Quiot As Jury Appears As the which bad been almost 21 walked to there was not another sound in the und asked the Have you reached verdict was I he What is your verdict asked tho 7 replied Foreman as As the verdict wns rendered Fall slumped in his big leather Fall and her Chase and leaned forward in thole seats and Third Criminal Chargo i It was the third criminal clmrga Fall has faced as a result of hin oil lousing One that of conspiring with Harry now in jail on of contempt of the court and tha still awaits The SinclairFall charge 06 conspiracy to defraud the govern menl of the Teapot Dome naval oil was brought toA trial In but resulted in a trial when Burns detectives hired by Sinclair were found shadowing the Subsequently Sinclair stood trial alone and was and be cause of this it bus hern expected the charge against Fall would ba The other charge against Fall was of conspiring with Doheny to defraud the 151k Hills wore Dohcny with dry Slio slowly fiilined Her hunbund snl next to fall with little apparent Ho clap ped his hand river bin ear as tha reviewed tho Tho room was crowded loj its To Swh New Trial Defense counsel served notica immediately of a motion Sot a Defense announced effort for of judgment would bo Frank chief of the de siild Fall was robbed of his for trial by Ho robbed of his constitu tional rights by the Judges the lawyer Dohony out Its that dam He shouted n ho shoow his fistj The verdict was regarded by gov ernment aa meaning that Doheny will be placed on Mark Fulls per innul collapsed in court a after tho verdict Continued on Page Doings of Congress By The Associated Press i Senate contlnuoK tariff Senate approved in duty on case In fint clear issua between industry nnd agriculture in favor of tho Wall Street opontinm added inn rictus In movement in the senate for congressional inquiry of credit Joseph Orundy told the lobby commit too he proud of his fictivitiot in behalf of protec tive tariff Secretary Stimson opposed ex tension onustwiso laws to Phil ippinesin before senuto com moreo subcommit Creation of commission to Riipcr viso movies nnd plays was anked hill offered by Senator j   

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