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   San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - October 2, 1927, San Antonio, Texas                               COTTON GINS THK CENTENNIAL A X.XMRCO S. A. Machine Supply Co. GARDENTOOLS T.BT 08 MAKK TOL'H XALL QAUliKN A SUCCESS F. W. HERMANN CO, HOUSTON VOL. SAN SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER PAGES ESTABLISHED 1S65. Washington's Shrewdest Dope Mixers Discount Lowden and Hughes. LIBERALISM DOUBTED Easterners Think Farm Bill .Stand Not Sincere, Soundness ny WIIX.IAM By Sin AiUsle Curut Win frnt C.. Oct 1, Many ot the best of -the national Capital are at week-end putting a new lot of their verbal money on DawrK for the Republican presiden- tial nomination.' They doing partly because they continue to think that Frank O. lanw -home who will not abla to'make n clean jump over thn Big Bill Thompson In own State. But they lire especially doing It because, they have come to tho con- clusion that an a candidate, not alive at all. They him now only a -wooden home, who is being .pushed .the landscape for merely of solemnity and who ;at the appropriate will burst open and reveal n owarm of convention really, for Mr. Oiolidge or, falling him, for The .vital force behind tin Hughei spectacle li In tho banking element in New York City. In New York City, however, reveal the fuel that men. who constitute this fnri-e are singularly lacking In coufl ileiiri that will ev to the of i from the region and Sun Kranolnco. Taboo. li ii> nvognhied and.'admitted that Western will Imyo an ulni-.iit prejtidlw against (he Easterner, n-l-t MK CooHilee., for prvwlititlal It further ri'Cxisnlzed nnd admitted that lie particularly against liny New Yorker. In view of the fact ihat nil Xew -are Minnecled wanting to dig tlie New proposed i.hlp caunl from the tn the At- lantic .New York State fn- of down the It Is further and-flniUlr.recogniied and admitted that the will have a lively recollection of the political by .which advisers In' when was tlie Republican the presidency, him to lone 10 out of the "4 Central and Far With these in rolnd. the -who are propelling in.the presidential while he loudly and sincerely preference for living out rmt of life In the pasture, era filled with no real en- thoiiasm at all for tho of being: able to get him over the hlgl of Western and an- What they really talk about with teal U the palofulaen ot lotine Mr. and antidote might be found.to be In the nominating of (heir fellow hanker and fellow participant In'the financing and '.tabillxlng of Europe. BecanM of the Ger- many they have confidence in Interest in the fate of til Immense which have been made out of New York to European coun- tries. Because of career a banker In Chicago they have great confidence In economic in of the support be to dven to .the which they regard the of nil Mc- Nsrv-IIaugen relief 'IVr idmply refuse to believe that Mr. took that'bill terioudy. Continued on Page Column 1 aeztuxiov' WHOT8 COVtT OTHEK A SENSE OFINftBIUTtTO San .Antonio vicinity: cooler, fair. Texai: Hcnday in portion. Mod- erate" westerly (o laorth- trlr vtailt oa lie fdr. cooler tn per- Hourly Sio JkototJo, Tot, Sept. SO Oct. fc ft TA Irt a.m.. 1p.m... SOUGHT The of Btacb, al- leged accomplice In the murder of Dr. William LIIIendr.hl of Ilammonton. N. Koy. thn 000 In properly he. pledged to insure the appearance of the South Vlneland poultry denier when wanted. photo Beach, who dis- appeared September 27, when he wnif abcut to confronted by three men who were In an nnto near the scrne. of the murder. He the center of n wide pollen hunt now. Through Tariff Hikes Frenchman Declares Europeans-Can't Continuej Democrats Ready to Use to Buy U. S. Surplus' on Money Borrowed Here, Journalist Says. By GKKVILLK REACHE One, of Foremojt Journal By SIB Anton Win '..wa. Pnti PARIS. Oct. American "Several Deaths" Result of "Worst Conditions in Alabama 'Prober Says (Oy Atioolstfd LUVKUXK, Ala.. Oct. A "n-lgn of terror" in Crenshaw, County, Ala., rewltlng from "ruarted violence 'which "resulted In several Jnvestigntion by Atlorney Charlca 0. McCall.' .Jn; a .Ktatcmcnt lirrc the attorney general 'unld tint In Crcn- County were thn "wont yet brought to attention" nnd revenl- ed that 20 or more masked floggingn recently.- uncovered were being i'nvwtignted "with nil indica- tbat 90 per cent of the jcullty will be brought to JuslTce." The firebrand alternated .with tho lash In Crenshnw County, lie add- ed, us nn instrument of intimidation In bandoof nidski-d men. Solicitor Walker cited one where n fanner's barn hnd been burned becnuse be rebuked n party of men who 'flos- sed a. negro farmhand. "More than 150 arc Involv- ed In the wh'. pings with the mask nnd hood involved In IK) per cent of the McCnll said. "1 want to ss- sure the public that these guilty par- ties will not get away with It. I am going to get tliem. With good grand juries and good trinl juries I s.m con- fident I can get In 00 per cent of The attorney general revealed that 03 floating in all of Alabama under investigation. of the and will not be announced until County completed, he Mill. iers .have declined a proposed Prussian loan of In rather Interesting 8, Parker Gilbert, agent general of on recent visit to the United pointed out to the Treasury the to -lendiog Germany too much raoney while the question of the trans- fer of plan to become acute. port June, Gilbert raised the fllicstion. nnd emphasized It later in a letter to the reparations com- mit tec. Germany effect these thanks, to credits abroad. But will she able in a; fey to meet both the plan nnd the service on the numerous for- eign debts she Is contracting? And if this is true of Germany, is it not alro true of France. Italy and Britain? The United States having a of cnplt.il making invest- memwin.Kurope and even In Russia. Kach lienceforlh must meet the In- terest nnd amortixntlnn on there' ad- well paying war What win each pay with? Tariff Problem Crux. Secretary of Commerce Hoover cnti-1 not UK that or- rcvenne from short term paper, 'will suffice. -for gold, -Korope-; little. Shp might pay In merctmn. dise, hut the Knnlney tariff, together with own prodiic- lion which-sctk.i to conquer foreign markets, Kurope on Anil now the Aim-ricnn alonir with -of bushel "sdri'Ius -of wheat, which must either bv, exported In largi- quantities, or tnken care of by or other bill. Europe" the American beit 'costomer. but In 'thnse Kurope Imd the to pur- chase, which jhe lost through the war. prosperity in the fiiturf conslilered on' hnvlnc suf- ficient buying power to absorb nsricnltural nnd indusirlnl surplus. TbK buying power cnnnot be furnish- ed forcvrr by American loans or in- which resnlt In the alien- ation- of the national wealth of tbe borrowing conn trim, This n circle which Sec- retary Hoover himself perceived in his -peeeh at the Pan-American -confer- once when he "Tlie period of -foreign Is ft temporary onc'in the development of progress toward normnl conditions has been approved by American opinion nnd aided by the American goverhment. The pound'n return to par, the rehabilitation of the mnrk, the llm and the frnnc, have been liailcd signs that Kurope returning toward health. The United .today planning assist .Poland >nd JugtvSlavla. Indeed. American opinion rejoiced lately at the signing of the Franco-German Continued -on Page 2, Column S "Antique Fans" Moved to Sobs by Fresh and Up-to-Date Dress of Home of American Presidents By JEAN JAR VIS .By Liutd Win prew WASIUXGTOX, c., Sept. Aad now, they thoie antique who junt can't bear to any historic buildingi get any of dolling thit the White has a let of old- time charm and by ren- >on of the grand overhauling which it got this spring 'and rummer. TJ> be sure, tbe structural linn were practically unaltered. It't the paint, ny tbe terribly daalins, iDX. flaring white painr, tiat tbe throw np their hopelnwly and throw sobt into their rolces. The charm that time had. Imprinted upon the ancient Moa- has been wiped out with, paint. There Uw ttnicture ttands, a vrry. rery Whitf Hoiue, with a on it. that though It -would not tone down; in and a century of remmen J S ot to toe Mansion on the one U tte. of masonry which thir, and Xary dcpartzncntu, which apparently BO amociot of: rubbiiic cut crre "polkhed np" appearance. Wait's hoax, loots- Jn-t to, much the brighter" by dread trnth from tbe xtaod- 4 .77 fan. Home Jocks brand lhat tie and rtate of affainTthafao anti- onarian v can .Then, just byway of further cbm- pariMm, right cot In tbe front gar- den tbe enormous bed of white phlox, far past pristine glory. In fact the. phlox frazzled to-a de- generally "hard K> wry nnuiual that marreninirs abonnd. of'the brilliant floral Spectacle pretty gen- erally pnt down to tbe prolonged xion of the wwltmen. elaborate paraphernalia cluttered np tbe gardens for some distance about the proper. Ammunition Handed Them by Double Quarrel About Tariff. WHIPPED Forced to Seek Shelter in Some Other' Place. By BRKW PKAIU50N. (By Eisriw Copyright. 1U27. ContolUlated I'rew. WASHINGTON. D.C.. Oct. RIVERS ON BIG RISE The French Cabinet met Saturday to decide upon a. turiff war or n tariff trade with the United Sthteii. No mat- ter what the decidon. which will not officially announced until Monday, wbe tariff will be mrennouiily injected into Hie; com- Inff campaign. .Democratic in have informed thU correspondent that they wilt UM campaign ammunition nt lentit two phnneii of the present tariff dinputen with foreign counines. One in the bittorncM stirred up by the flex- ible provision of the tariff act. wliidi. for the innprctioif of foreign production coitx by United Stntes tar- iff Tlie other in tho threaten ed.combination of European countries in ti tariff war ngaiimt tbc At present Senator T. Itob- IUMOII of Arkannan is Kansas--and Oklahoma Streams Swelled by 'Cloudbursts, (Or Aiucla ST. LOUIS. Oct. Drenched by rain, which fell iDtermittcntly. hun- oCwirvifonuof Thiinday'a torr undo here, who remained in their ruined home were forced Snlurdafc. to seek ulielter ry. Tlio Itexl Crow entlmalcd famllieK, com- iiors in the were nffected iirca of which country at the name time the best Jjitin-Aro'rican cuntonier of .thw United Statcn nnd the most enemy of tariff.- Senator. Itobin- son went down armed with Icttcm of introduction to the of Ar- gentina, tho .Sccrvtory of State and other hlth wbo have (in- ally in pri-venting Unit- rd Tariff from there required by law to invcotigatt. the cost of raining corn nnd flax Klwuhere.- In 'other countries partlcnlnrly Sweden, Xorway. Dnimark and Can- nda the ill will nrouned against these tariff Investlgatiorw been equally vehement. mntely 210 city Bolh in immedinte pliysicnl United Inspect und aftermath the tornndo wan war-lllie. of the Amer- ican Ix-gion, among the volun- teer workers, recalled the battle ru- ined towns of France, nnd declared i they presented no more desolate, np-' pearnnce thun 'the tornado-torn sec- tion of St. They pointed to the similarity of j Bcntlmcnt vvhich.drew both the French- wnr-time and the local suf- fcrem from the storm, to cling as Ions as pcrmlMod ubuiit fbe J only places on earth to rail home, i Kven in Saturday's rain" women nnd j men lingered..about heaps of ruined j masonry and. aplintrml .wood, Hcrt and there.were women sitting'dlscun- solotely vicing licuiw rec- j ognltnbte only to them.- Lead Exodus. They packed what they could clrievc on of- the 75- Photo ahoW5 Misx Ida Martin. for< mcr Chicago cloak1 model, who to be.recuiwrntinK In City, hospltnl from nervous breakdown occasioned by hornewhlp beating' nd- mlnliflered last Jmiiinry by M. Allen: wife of Col! Kraiicin Allen of Clilcago. Since the alleged beatlue episode, Alien MIw nJIrtin for nlleelug alienation of Colonel affec- ;.jijovlnj; Senator Robinson the author of I vims provided tlirnugh Crow the resolution which propoicd to started' n sad ;exoilui' foIlowliiB vesligale the tariff commission ..lust .Hie on soine par-! year, and.chnirnian.of the .Senate Com- Ltlcularly' precious poKiiwiiioh.' mittc'e whicbr'ca'fried out the Iniitiirj-. of 'them were headed .out. into St. The have not -yet Louw find Tew public, but; the .writer temporary stopping ....___. v.. summiiry A relief fund w{ hnlf a million immmiry of fliidlngK. an fol- loon: p L. The tariff provWc quick relief, cither to the consumer needed Immediately it' "nn- by Alfred Fnirbiiuk. rice cbalrmmi of the 'cjd'wnii' re- life committee. Conlributiorw 'late suffering from high prices or to tlm i Saturday totalled Knlrbank producer from foreign-com- wild no nppenl be-annde for petition. contributionii from oiitunle the cily. 2, Tlie Turiff Cpmmimoa com- posed of.a bi-partlsan body which has functioned Inefficiently. S. Although the Tariff Commission on n few recommended reduction of these have been aidetracked w thnt it hun continually to the cost of living and never reduce it. mo-it nerlom aspect of the tar- iff dispute with Krnnce. which the expect to exploit, ix (he latent threat of n tariff war with all Kurope. This possibility ix minim- ized by the State Department. Never- theless even tho department will ad- mit .Informally rbat all Kurope Is standing on the sidelines in the prei- ent controversy, rooting for France nnd ready to follow France should tbe be SmaJl Tolal. a the reason tlie State De- partment attaching Importance the present negotiations with France. .The amount of American gocds dincrlrnlmiled agninit by the new French tariff only out of n total trade with France of SiTO.OOO.OOO. But sm.iU per cent of our trade. If discriminated against, will set-a precedent which wlil qpset the American policy of faeored nation lie United hid consider- able difficulty In getting Europe to accept, in treaty form, the theory of favored nation trfalraejit. Only one important country acquiesced, namely. Germany, which to negotiate any pouible treaty with the United after the war. Two smaller countries, Hungary and to thonla, -beta persuaded ratify favored nation With oilier tbr United States temporary 'arrange- called Tirendi, by -which favored-nation tended. Bur them can be broken off in mort after 30. Should the rrrt of Europe, decide to follow, tbe. French, example there At.tie moment there artir- j little docbt tilt they, would take act- ity round the and are to tbdr to. the President.1 and day "this joy ,of tie to tie (oletnn arriral asd tie no rniu departure of rtmtnd group of Snpretne Conrt'JmrtleiBi, wbo.made their "pjlgrtcsKe on foot to the KxecntiTT Office, to jntwnt their romrJliarTiu to the Olef Execotive. There, proceeded, the Chief 'Jta- tier. William Taft-ftie cen- tral fijore-ia. the 'STOOP of lead- fats. tie 'piocrnion. i FeOowinr l. walkisr the oioy tbc uooot5de boor, thrir eral kands teklnd tbrir K-veril bactj and wtrrrad. "Aripamitly" 'thrffl the trip- pern 'tot -frons -thdr fiat uoct- peeled proriaiJty'to vantage 30-day SOVIETTO WITHDRAW OBJECTIONABLE. ENVOY tBf MOSCOW, TJw United ws comarpoodtnt that lie Soviet carenunrat will accede to the demand of thtt Soviet Am- bcMdOr Kakoinky be rwnorpd from Parii. SPANISH 'ASSEMBLY. TO but nil contributions would be come from whatever source. Nineteen cities hnvc telegraphed Mayor Victor J. Miller, offering help. Enlisted under the'St. cluuV ler of the relief were Saturday grappling ef- fcctivoly with the relief problem. 'They iinil comprehensive surveys of the tornmlo for guidance, from which they drew the conclusion. that n large percentage of 7.800 suf- fcrem-would help-from tbo lied Crow. Tho relief problem comparative simple. Five hundred were provided nt the Club but not n single storm refugee showed up. Death List at M9. Sutunlny the number of dead from the sturni flood stood nt SO. A sur- vey showed 229 injured persona were still receiving treatment In 24 -hos- and approximately 000 had received treatment and -gone home. K. E, _ Cliristopber. buildlnp com- held to his earlier entfamti1 that the total would Teach -ami ponibly His vey indicated that boarding nnd room- ing suffered most.- Large old' three miles west, of the downtown business district, converted Into rooming bouww, were hit- hard- est. A negro residence was vUlted with the next greatest vlo. lence, and tbe tornado then swoopeil down on North St. Louln. which mostly devoted to individual anif two-family flats. Public utility companies totalled Continued on 2.'Column 4, Letot, Carleton and Ladonia Damaged .Saturday In Early Evening.  from-' the will n joint ;eoramlttec orbotli'.fiictibris un Jfcbru .will'bo of permanent arid next Since till '-eftortn- weru '.mi the the, minehi'- confinittei' 'Xwo'to'n'e- the fratie. contended the- international- policy committee of the United cix, of America couM 'nulllfy.'any tlon tnkpJ) Jn State., thU obstacle when any nettltnient they, saw Approxlranlely will be. back nt work week, -.Harry PJuhwlck. president of thii .lUlsobi miners, wtld. al- most that many In in rluMrlm, made Idle by tbe' be re-employed. 'Section. and Section of. the Stctfoa and -Good SoBlT.v_ t. Section Suts Society, Section EsUte and fied. phin Acnlr. Barold Teefl. Smitty, Texas Sttm.GuKAlnf AEey, Mr. Scrap- f, -I MMMV u-> 7. Ohio Mlnern Favombte, COf.UMBUH. Ohio, Oct. 3v union officials would welcomV an agreement afinilnr. (o IbC'One reach- ed betivwn operators nnd In Saturday, according to Savage, uecretnry of the United Mine Workern of America, district here. informed by The of dm' agreement reached Jn Chicago; sold: that I" .the. the It is n forward and a most brnefldal' for thn of tbe Imlmtry, I'feel :confl-' ifrnt   etwapinx with tween and In 'currency and "White" Sooth -Broadway branch of the Merchantji' JCatlwal IJask fllM -with act before the atnooo.; air niMas forward under. of a otcilne tuti'mouoted on, a tri- pod In an and and was aeooped CHI- OP MEXICO. Oct. CtiboUe friett flw'. JaynMn, wbo were amoag the Ctty of -Mezico arrwtrf -and 'chitted -wftb brier iraniiealrd Sn the "CathoUc wlU Crafflco to Mariu, penal colony Pacific. Thirteen others' beer relewwd trpon PAROLE GRANTED JO ACID-TOSSING: BRIDE 13--   

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