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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - April 5, 1930, Charleston, West Virginia WARMER VIRGINIA In- cloudiness and tonight; Sunday partly cloudy. FINAL EDITION IS LOBBY CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 5, 1930 JAMES A. STROTHER, SUICIDE, WILL BE BURIED NEXT MONDAY Democratic Dry to Asked About His At- tack on Raskob IRAN WILL APPEAR Body of McDowell Criminal Court Judge and Former Leg- islator to be Carried to Culpepper, Va.; Was Father of New West Virginia Code WELCH, April 5. James Alexander Strother, 60 years olrl who initiated the movement to codify the state laws while a member of the 12 PAGES PRICE 5 CENTS QUEEN IS DEAD Convicted in Connection With Bribery of Juror in Federal Case Jr-> wa5 attracted by a corning from his father's room. Judge Strother had been in ill Organization's Head is to Testify Tuesday >URES ARE WANTED (it of Books of Associa- tion Desired ISHINGTON, April 5. prohibition controversy in the >cratic party, which is said to driven the South into the Re- ran column in 1928, is to be aired epuMcans before the senate lob- >rarnittee. part of the Republican ttrategy :he prohibition issue, Senator nson. dry Republican of Indiana called Joeephus Daniels, ardent ocratic dry, and Henry H. Cur- president of tho association nat the prohibition amendment, ppear before the lobby commtt- fuesday. iblnson wants to question Dan- about aii editorial in tha Ral- N. C., news and observer con- ing that John J. Raskob, chair- of the Uemocratic national miUee, had mixed his wet views i Democratic party -politics and should resign. Strong Made :askob vigorously denied this OPIUM SEIZED NATIONAL CAPITOL WASHINGTON, April 5 Federal narcotic, agents seized hundred: dollars' worth of opium and arrested 2t Chinese today in a suupriso raid on three opium dens in the shadow of the The raid was a result of a tip- off that the Chinese had laid in a large supply of drugs for the forthcoming convention of the On Leong tons, police said. SOURCE OF ROADS' CONTROL IS SOUGHT i Investigation of Holding Com- panies is Begun by 'Committee before the committee yester- He said he. exercised' extreme a that his 366.000 of the- anti-prohibition organization not Involve the party and rifled that he had not tried to ivcrt any Democrat, to tha wet ''rom Curran, Robinson hopes to an audit of tho books of the as- xo see if any of Raskob'a was used to finance propa- nda as.alnst dry Democratic or it Republican candidates for con- ess. While tho two men are beins lied ostensibly as a part oj-tlie.in- aiiyatjon 'of wet lobbies, political nis are befieved to bo involved. smocratte members of the lobby have indicated they will t Robinson go as far as ha likea calling witnesses. l Mitchell to Appear Meanwhile, the prohibition cOn- Is being carried into other The treamjry and. post office bill providing .about for enforcement next tfar la to ba taken up for discus- ion in the senate Monday. On the day. Attorney General Mitchell vill appear before the senate judic- committee to comment on the n-opoaal to investigate prohibition rriforcement. Robinson's tactics against Raskob cause Democrats to support an WASHINGTON. April S The Van Sweringen interests of Cleveland were charged by Com- missioner Eastman of the interstate commerce commission today before the house Interstate commerce com- mittee with unifying railroads under their control through a, scries of holding companies despite adverse decisions of the commissiop. Eastman said that the Allegheny corporation and other holding com- panies were organized by the Van Sworingen interests and acquired valuable and large holdings in many railroad companies. Previously he told the committee of the holdings of the Pennroad corporation, a hold- Ing company dominated, he. said, by officials of the Pennsylvania Rail- road company. Most railroad holding and Invest- ment trust companies, 'as well as certain railroads.- the commissioner said, should be investigated by the committee in its inquiry to ascertain who actually controls the tra'nspor- tation lines of thei country in order that the, plan for. railroad consolida- tion can be carried out under gov- ernment control. The Inquiry is expected to con- tinue for several .months and sub- committees are tp pold hearings for sometime. His death came a day after final adoption by the legislature of the state code. He had a long legisla- tive career as a member of the house of delegates from McDowell county and ft was upon an action sponsored by Strother that the leg- islature set up machinery nine years ago to prepare a state tjode. Funeral services will br> held Sunday at the Strother home hero and tha body will be taken Sunday night to Culpepper, Virginia, where services will be held Monday in charge of the Masonic lodge. Inter- ment will be in the Masonic ceme- tery there. Dr. H. G. Camper. McDowell county coroner, conducted an in- quest and aaJd Judge Strother died from self-inflicted bullet wounds. A bullet had passed through his head. Friends said ho had been despond- ent for several days and had been in ill health for a number of Strother had two years to serve of his second term, as judge. Prior to election as iudge, Sfrolher served in the house as "a rlelepate from McDowell county in tho ses- sions of 1907. 1909 and 1911; was elected to the senate for tho tessi of 1913 and 1010 and returned the house of delegates for tho sions of 1921 and 19L'3. APPEAL TO BE TAKEN One of Defendants Former Assistant Attorney General 'XEVV YORK. April Threo attorneys, one a former assist- ant attorney general, today found i'uilty of a government charge of bribing: or conspiring to bribe John Uruz. a Port.. Rlcan who was a Juror in tho recent Utah lead caac. The three at tor leys aro Arthur A. Sage-r. who wat found guilty of bribery, conspiring to bribe. and consplrln.? t.. defraud the sovernment: Joseph Shalleek, who was found guilty of conspiring- to bribe ami Kdward'H. Reynolds, who wag found guilty of .conspiring to bribe. a former osslatant attorney general in Washington and a. for- mer circuit attorney in St. Louis to Other Strainer political included posts tilled membership by in the first city council of Welch 1S92, and 10 consecutive terms mayor of Welch from ISO? to 1907. He was born in Culpepper i-oun- ty, Virginia, on January the son of John Ft. and Viola Payne Strother. He was educated in the public schools and was a graduate of tho law school at the Unrversity of Virginia. In 1S9-1, he was married to Mary T. Taylor. There were two children, a son and a daughter. Strother was a member of the Epis- copalian church, a. Republican, and was a. thirty-second degree Maaon Knight Templar. Shriner and a member of the Elks lodge. He was a cousin of James French Strother. former congressman from the fifth congressional district of West Virginia, who is seriously ill at his homo here, and D. J. F Strother. chairman of the We.st Vir- ginia state, constitutional commis- sion. was chief attorney for Charles Boa- Uoii and other defendants In tho re- cent Utah lead caaj. The jury re- ported It could not reach an ment and it was learned that Cruz had hold out for acquittal. An Investigation Ucvnlopcd that Cruz knew lit He or nothing of court procedtiro and also that he had re- ceived a bribe with which he- buck lo his home lit ROAD BOND AND PRISON RELIEF BILLS ADOPTED Extra Session of Legislature Adjourned With Members of House Getting Only One Extra Mileage, Which Conley's Call Made Possible (MI jitwo bllls Passed' one Conley to issue and use additional road bonds, and the second, appropriating for (he West Virginia penitentiary, the state legislature Saturday stood ad- journed. The extraordinary session activities came to a conclusion at o'clock Friday afternoon. QUEEN planned to 5 Porto Kico. Sa-rrer faces a maximum of lli years imprisonment and fine while the other two at- tornoys ,1 maximum of two y_ears Imprisonment and JIO.OOO fine. Tho c-isr will bo .-.-.ppealccl. next fall in.s. number of large cities particularly Cleveland, where the Van fcweringene hav6 their head- quarters. and in Xew York. Eastman said the Allegheny cor- poration and the Peunroad corpora- tion were two principal holding companies to be scrutinized uvMtigatlon. In the past; inde- pendent Republicans have champi- oned a senatorial inquiry, while Vat> Democrats have opposed it. ARMY IS PRAISED AS PEACE INSTRUMENT WASHINGTON, April z (AF> The United States army was char- acterized as a great instrument for peace at tho Army dav celebration here today. Rear Admiral T. J. Cowie. read a statement from President Hoo- ver, who wrote: "The srreat citizen components of army of the United States con- stitute an organized expression of patriotic citizenship. On Army day, I. wish to express the gratitude of fhe nation to those who exposed their lives to the dangers of the and those, who fell in de- fense of ou rnatlonal idals." Cowlo told tho audience America 'stands for, peace." CONVICTED Pa., April IS -.VH4CSSBURG. THREE-POWER PACT APPEAR_S_BEST HOPE American Delegation to Sail for Home April 22 LONDON, April 5 The American delegation to tho London naval conference will go home April 22 with a. treaty between the United States, Great Britain and Japan as sole result of their labors since January, unless unex- pected developments occur within the neyt few days. The- repeated refusal of Italy to recede from her demand for ab- solute naval parity, with .France, and the seeming inability of the pow- ers to reach standing on CHURCH DELEGATES GATHER IN- MEETING _______ Assemble for World Centen- nial Conference Mo.. April j The stream of delegates and visitors arriving here to attend world centennial Conference of the reorganized church of Jesus Christ of Latter X'ay Saints today reached its height asi motor cart rind trains brought, communicants to their zlon. Under the dome of the-, recently completed million dollar templr-, the centennial will be, in- augurated tomorrow -with approxi- mately taking part In a communion service. One hun- dred ;jml eighty ministers will officiate. are expected from nearly every Mate in the union and half a score of foreign countriot. BY HOOVER'S PARTY President Will Leave Fishing Camp Sunday MADISON. Va, April 5 A rugged 'Jay in tha whipping the swift streams and quiet pools of MMjrce waters of the Rapidan for trout today brought President Hoover a wel- come change from he daily grind of the presidency. It was Hoover's first week-end visit of th.> teason to his fishing pre- serve in. tho Blue KIdges and his first trip to tho camp since he had Prime Minister Mac-Donald of Great britaln. hero as-a guest for a. dis- cussion of weighty With his party. Hoover the camp shortly before sunset last night.. All reported a good first catch Accompanying tha President BODY OF VICTORIA IS LYINGJN STATE Queen of Sweden Dies at Her Villa Near Rome; King Gustav at Bedside .'ATM Official mourning today April Romo was in dr for QUO-MI Vlctor-ln of .Sweden, who died yesterday ut her villa, Svezia, hero after a heart attack. She was ill for more thai! L'O years. Tlila city knew tho queen ,-iimost bolter than h-r own capital, Stock- holm, since it 'v.-is here that s-'he spent a consldeiabto part of her timo during the long bronchial The queen died with Gustav 'i almost the royal family, in- cluding Prin-.-e "William, at her bed- side. Her from which it The members of the house 01' del- egates went to their homes with one extra mileage check in their pockets, while the senators departed, con- gratulating themselves, thai, by their vctes they had kept the delegates from getting more mileage. The first extraordinary session, which was convened last November -0. and was in recess for months until March 12, was, ad- journed sine die at o'clock, after the tu-o houses had passed thu ap- propriation bill to cars for its ex- penses. The total of this appropria- tion bill, which was passed unani- mously by the senate, and by a vote of SS to 15 in the house, was esti- mated at Approximation Total The second extraordinary session, convened by Governor Conley's l.'imation which was read after the first session adjourned sino die, passed a second appropriation bill. This .amounted ?104.353.70, of which was to take care of a de- ficiency at the state penitentiary, and was for mileage to members. 'This mileage was appor- tioned to the 30 senators, and to SS members of the houss. The six Kanawha delegates are not eligible for mileage. Tho mileage in the second ap- propriation represented, in part, thG claims which havo been made by the house in several resolutions, calling for payments to delegates, all of which were blocked by Treas- urer "VV. S. Johnson, acting on At- torney General Lee's opinion. In their .several claims, the Imuso members first sought to pay them- selves S45 a week mileage. In a sec- ond resolution they sought a flat payment of 573 and in the third they demanded mileage for three recesses. .None of these were paid because At- NEAR BEER TOO FAR FOR HUGO ECKENER PHILADELPHIA, April 5 Hugo Eckener can stand almost any kind of physical test, but not American '-'near beer." During a brief visit here, Com- mander Eckener visited a. Chest- nut Street restaurant with his friend, Arno P. Mowitz, vice pres- ident of the German- society of Pennsylvania. He ordered near beer. He sipped, grimaced and shoved it away In disgust.' "Ach, that makes me he said. SUICIDE IS CAUSED BY FEAR OF CENSUS Woman Thought Falsehood 10 Years Ago Would be Detected View Differs From That of Green Opposing Con-: firmation HEARINGS ARE Federation Head is Before Senate Committee; TOWNSEND ON STAND West Virginian; Questioned Ajibut Injunction at hr-r villa, to bo transported to Sweden (or interment after serv- ices at the Germ-on Lutheran church here. When Queen liy People Victoria first to Sweden tho IN -year-old bride of the- then crown princo of Norway and Sweden. Gustav Adolph, it was a Triumphal entry into her adopted country .-ivl into the hearts Secretary Limom. s-cretary Wil- bur. Attorney General Mitchell Kepresentative. Fort jrer8..ev' Laptain Joel T. Boone. tho Whjta House phy.'ician, Lawrence ono of thft Pretldenfi: aec- After t-., morninp. ,ai O U -K liihms, the party end a ,1Uiet Sunday lun-.-hc-n ,-UK! return .'iftr-rnoOM in of its people. The hold whic'i he gained upon the affections of the Swedish peo- ple at tha.t tine was retained throughout the more than a quarter of 4. century "vpa cfQwn princtts and was. strengthened in the vears that fallowed when these ple became her subjects. Her husband became King Gus- tav V of Swt-der: on December upon fho .ii-.-5.th of his father, King Osf-ar II. Queen Victoria tomey General Lee held that the method was unconstitutional. Conley Comes To Assistance Governor Conley camo to their as- pistatice Friday when he allowed the extraordinary session to ad- journ die before he called the legislators back into another extra- ordinary session, thereby making not only the delegates but the f-n- ators eligible for additional mileage rcr one trip to and from the capital by the most direct route" as the constitution provides, although not one member of the two bodies left chambers between the two ses- th sions. In other words, by calling a rew extra session, injstead of amending his call to the first e.vtrs session. Governor Conley opened the way for delegates to receive pay for their slatlve fccrvlces. Before the second extraordinary a satisfactory under- French security un- questionably led to the decision of the Americans to bring the confer- ence to an find. Under present plans, they will leave England two weeks from next Tuesday on the Leviathan. It is emphasized, however, that the reservations .made for that date- are merely tentative, and, should conditions warrant, they will be can- celled. It was also stated that the at- Sigismud- Szae-hewiozn of "VVilkesbarre, was; found guilty of murder In the first degree, with death in the electric chair as the penalty, by a jury here yesterday. was one of two men held for the dynamiting on January 13 of a Glen Alden Coal company pay car in which four men were killed. EIVERS AND WEATJ "When better weather is made, Charleston will enjoy it." That's not .a like of sales talk but a boost for the- yeatherman who brought loads of s.unshirto to-the city Satur- day. Tho temperature hit tho 76 degree mark at noon and was still goinj strong. The thermometer re- vealed a perfect for a high market Friday. Sun rises .Sun sets Moon rises __ Temperatures Max. Friday 66 Min. Friday 34 7 a. rn. Satur- day 3-i N'oon Satur- day....... 76 River tempt to reach a basis for a.security pac would not be- discontinued, anil tha British and French experts con- tinued their dfscussions today, look- ing for a satisfactory formula. CARVER IS HELD ON MUBDER_WARRANT Grand fury Begins Probe of Triple Killing SEBR1NTG, F'la.. April 5 (AP) Newly discovered evidence. de scribed by officials as "Incrlminat ing" William. Randolph Carver former Philadelphia real estat man. was; ready for. presentation to day to a special grand Jury callei to investigate the deaths of Carver' and 2-year-old son, and Negro yard boy. A warrant charging carver with killing his wife and son with ai axe, and with shooting to death Bet Whitehead, the yard boy, was sworn out yesterday and served on Carver who is in jail. The warrant followed Interroga- tion by officials of new witnesses In the case. EDWIN CABEWE SUED BY SCHUMANN-HEINK _ Failure to Complete Contract Charged by Singer LOS AXGELES, April CAPi. Mme. Ernestine noted sinsfcr, has, filed suit in su- perior court for damages, from Edwin C.-irewe, film director and producer, for alleged failure to complete a contract which have starred her in four sin tures. Tho plaintiff, in ;i. suit filr.l terday, claimed th.-jt, when "sii-: broached subject to C'.'irow lie disclaimed liability for- his f.ig on the contract. Tho fcinger (ho contract '.--i MELLON BROTHERS REQUEST NEW TRIAL PITTS El'RGH Ap-ll tho democratic views of the kin? and was siM to havo encour- aged him in his refusal to endure any coronation pomp in the cere- mony which deviled them to the thrones. coronation often has compared in iu f'.mpHclty to "10 iraugiir.-uion of ,-t president of United Statet. Thereafter, this royal coupio' were hailed as the mo..-) deniorr.iU'.- of Kiirope. Sophia Maria Victoria was; born at Karisruh.-. in Baden Germany. August T. thr. only daughter of called, State Auditor r C. obtained an opin- ion from the attorney general re- garding mileage allowance in Hit- new appropriation bill. The atfr- ne.y general's opinion allowed the mileage in view of the extraordiiu.rv session call and this was regarded a? tho official end of the controversy over pay to members, in the guise of ALLBNTOWN, Pa., April 5 that the United States cen- sus bureau would detect a three-year discrepancy in the ages ehe gave in the current and last census, today impelled ISrma Schwenta, 48 years old, to leap from the second floor of her home here. She was killed "I am afraid the President will deport she wrote in a note which she left together with another in which she directed the settle- ment of her estate to relatives in Europe. At. the. last census, the woman, a naturalized in this country. 20 years ago, 'had her age recorded three years less than it was. This year she evidently In- tended to correct the error and be- came afraid of fancied results of detection. The ring of doorbells, neighbors said, sent her into hiding during the last two days. Man Slashes Throat N. Y., April 5 P.- Davis; 41 years old restaurant, proprietor here, took nearly a' half hour to answer ques- tions of a federal census enumera- tor; walked into .a bedroom and committfe'd suicide by Slashing throjUi. He will fee listed in the census as alive. WASHINGTON, April benator. Borah, Republican, Idaho said today that it seemed to him tHat the gist of the famous Red Jacket coal case decision in West Virginia v oil which labor interests .are basing at- tacks on the confirmation of. Judge John J Parker for the supreme bench was that "an injunction was issued restraining union men from trying to persuade non-union men to violate and break contracts with Borah, a member of judiciary subcommittee mi made his comment after Willlain president of the American Federation of Labor, said that an injunction against labor unions for the' Red JacKet Consolidated Coal and Cofee company was a Btep toward con" industrial m Claint Challenged Green contended that the decision effect restrained labor unions u from soliciting membership a the coal the coal company's employees.- He a so said it forbade them to' financial assistance .to the workers BODYDF mileage. t oiinsfl for A. W. Mellon. Duko Freilerlek of" Baden the trc-atury. and his brother :ind tlK' Grand Duchess a B.. tod-iy filed H, motion for a of Emperor William I trial "hich to years u damasre action a In Mary C. Hnhn against It excffdcd in tho eirl E sul verdict counsel amount to pic- out for a .start production of the first picture by February ir, hu. action had been taken, she said th.-i contract provider! was to from the. first picture, 000 from (ho second, 5100.000 from third and II2a.Quo from tho fourth, MOONEY LANDS suit of injuries slie received wl a hammer w.-is, dropoer] from Pitt.sbui-j.-her hotel nr] window. Mjj-.s Hahn wns vcrely. The wern owners of the f.. IS ST. 1'AL'L. April r, murllatod body of Earl Tague. ytart; old. wnn found thr St. Paul Airport today, the victim, pn- Il'.-e of moron. Tho lad'-; was with rigs and float h fr.mi on Die wrls-t a-ul .-.nklcs in- flicatr-rl iho boy w.t.s hound with Ml re and rope-.-. Tho was, nud.- btil under it lay a pnir of _ [Transcontinental Flyer Down at Fort Wayne "WICHITA, Kan April 5 fAPj.__ A. AV. Moone-y, Wichita, airplane manufacturer, attempting to act a cross country flight record In a low- wing monoplane of own design landed at Fort Wayne-, Inri.. ad- vised officials of the Mooney Air- craft company in a telegram'today The- message sairj: "Established record to Fort. Wayne. Bo home tomorrow." The Kanawha it Kanawha Falls, 4.9 feet, falling; at -Charleston, 9 feet, pool. The New Radford. 1.7 feet, rising; at 3 feet, .rising. Tho Ohio at Huntlngton, rising; at Cln- cfnnati, 32.5 feet, rising; at Pitts- 'burgh. 14.8 feet; falling. Boat Movements Sutherland, dam 7, S o'clock; the dam: 10. o'clock; the Rumsey, dam 6, all up thej river; down, 'th'e '-C. K.: Wilson, dad! 4, o'clock; the Reliance, dam fi, i o'clock, and the Katherlne, dam e, o'clock. SUSPECT IN FORGERY HELD TO GRAND JURY Raymond Iilttlefield, charged with forgery, waived to the, grand jury Saturday in municipal court. He was arrested Friday night by Lieutenant Frank West fall of city police. The cass of J. E. Ratliff, charged with manslaughter in connection with the death in- -ttu. aut.o. accident of Ray Monk, 5 years old, was con- tinued until April FOREST OFFICIAL SLA1X EUGENE, Ore.. April 5 Xelson McDuff, Supervisor of tho Cascade forest, was found thot to death today. He was shot through his head. No weapon was near the body. Officers said it was possible he was killed by someone hp con- sidered re.sponsible for setting forest fires. GAXDHT KEACHtS BOMBAY. India. 5 (AP) Mahatma Gandhi. Tnd.an Xational- if-t leader, arrlve'I todiv at Dandl where tomorrow he to break the British tall laws and be- gin tho campaign of which he hopes ultimately will bring his country's She. therefore, v a i .-j. first cousin of the former kaitc-r of Germany. Bo- ing a grandJa'K-htor of Sophia, Princess of Swedei-, hr-r marrlrigo to Gust.lv for ted union Berna-iottn ind tlu> an.-ient Sn-edii-h hou-io of Vata. Mother of H .Sons 'I became icquaintod Prince was atten.1- insr the German army maneuvers at Strassbtirg In the autumn of U7C'. Their betroth.fi wis announced on March 1'J. iSSl. tliilr took place at K'arbruho on Septem- ber CO of the fame year. A few days later when Gustav and Victoria ar- rlved In Sweden they werft received with out tho :nos'. enthusiastic demorsptratlons evf r given a roval oouple in that country. trip from Gothmburg t Stockholm was n triumphal one i> peasnnta and nobles in >h-.-.vinK Vheii- approval of the of the crown prlnc--.', Victoria leurnnri ihr- Swedlih lanpuapo alter a fow it soaresly <-oul.J have be-on fl that she was not a native adopted country. Three sons were horn to Gustav and Prlnco Gu.s- tavus AeolphiiE, w'.io also has the title of Duke of Scania; Duke of Soerlermrii land, who is an accomplished poet nox-elist, and of o Quo copies Printed to !he appropriation slature passed a joint. authorizing the printing the new code, Erik. who Duko "f In IMS. Vnestehgothland, t iiviiv 11 c7, was adopted Thursday. Gov- ernor Conley was directed to super- vise the printing through the board i-f Control, which is to distribute copies to all members of the legis- lature, to courts and state officials tho remainder are to be sold' (.overnor Conlty was authorized to fix the price of tho code. Governor Conley called tho onci extraordinary session, specify- ing that it considLM- passage of a mil authorising the issuance of the additional road bonds, Jil that remains of the S35.0UO authorized by the voters in and also to provido relief for grc-stlon at tho state penitentiary. He also recommended an approprH- t on to care for the deficiency at the state penitentiary. road bill passed both housv-s attempts to amend it faile'l senate, Senator Wright 4-lugus cnoreri an amendment provldin" 'i.Olio Of ,iie- fun o the. reserve. (11 rout was down. In tho houso, IS TBEE Negro Had Been Missed. From Southern Train LOCUST 'GROVE, Ga, April 5 The body of J. H. Wilkins, Negro. Kansas City, Pullman porter on "The Kansas City Special" of the bouthern Railway, was found hang- ing from a. tree close to the -rail- way tracks near here tbday. He was last seen alive when the train left Maeon at 3 a. m., bound for Atlanta. The Negro was dressed in his porter's uniform and part- of a white shirt was knotted about his throat. The train made only two stops be- tween Macon and Atlanta. .One of these was at Juliette, Ga., 17 miles from where the body was found. Just before the train reached At- lanta, the Negro was missed. Rail- road and Pullman employees pro- fessed ignorance of what happened Senator Hebert, Republican Rhode Island a committee challenged a contention, Gtien that the Parker decision fortide membership r ,your not Judge Parker's isn't" if" inquired Hebert. that is what the decision that solicit m yellow dog contract. those at late Justice Sanford. to members ot the tee, Green said" the proved by -Parker, "i the workers employed by numerous coal companies sented in the Red Jacket dated Coal and Coke to A trial representatives were 0 fight to them and to peacefully persuade them to join a trade he continued. to him. and aBked to join union and in that way exercise of collective action comparablefto the exercise of the right to exercised by which employed them." Taft Decision Cited Borah questioned whether e Parker decision was -not -to Swart? the vng that of tho fund should bo added to the. reserve, fund to b on routes U. elegato T. K. Mamie's amendmcn' providing: for the elimination of the 'SO-L'O" distribution plan was de- feated, as was also his secoml amendment to provido an invorsvi HAWKS REACHES ELANT) CLEVELAND, April 5 f AP) i-'aptain Frank m.'iking a transcontinental hero today Columbus. iking flight, land- ,-tftnr a flight from NEW REJUVENATION OPERATION IS DESCRIBED BY EYE WITNESS Correspondent Sees Dr. Straschnow "Paint the Arteries" of Bohemian Business Man; Cut in Skin Less Than Two Inches in Length First is Made only L DAYS WORST STORY By WILL KOGEfiS OTS of women could f-jy just as smart things as Sharp said to her husband, but they got better sense than to vant to be ahead all tho time. A nan feels so miserable when his wife shows she is smarter than he s that ho can't work all that day. Well. Mr. Sharp never did like to Kive his wife wearing falso hair nd she wore a. little bit of It vhen she dressed up. i don't know vhy. Well, ho sot to talking about It, nd he says, "Maybe I'm wrong, but think it's silly of you to go out our head." wonum't; hyii- on She says, "It's no sillier than for ou to go out wearing another pig's kin on your hand.s. And you bought igskin gloves yesterday." rvinsoltrlaloil April .i'luriuiliM who has the Strast'hnow ro.juveintion opera- tion oiv- performed at tho Schneider hrro on a Bohemian man in hit. for- If able to de- scribe the, anmzlng process of "painting tho arteries" to impart new energy to elderly persons. The operation was performed by Dr. Leo Straschnow. a member of tho society of German physicians aiul of Prague, who has offered to come to America and a hundred old men as a demonstration of the- ''ffeotlvenefcs of hit; iii'.'tho'ls. At the start nf operation, a cut I'.-KH than J long was marie in thn ,skiu near (ho pruln of tho Biihemliin patient, who wtia placed under etlier. Then Dr. Slrachnow hrushed and painted tho arteries with a solution of phenol- IsbpH'enol made, an It used, only In Czechoslovakia for profession 1 It 7'.', inulcr tho naino of is hotter to permii pene- tration of the ehemknl wash, and a moment after the application new blood rushed to It. The chemical, meantime, is de- stroying the degenerated sympa- thetic-nerves and. after a few more Hwabs, the skin is tewed up. The surgeon then swabs the exterior of tho main arlerieu In tho region by rapid brushing movemontf-. also paintlnp tho bcminal du.-t and de- stroying thn norvo oon.struntlon "f The on- h than a inlnuteK. Thr. put lout romuhis in bed thercfiftei- (or four ..Jay-v. those important tlro operation to Thp Bohemian paijrnt. report n.x.-inilncd, expressed the that he was unduly warm, upon coming out of tho anesthetic. Aeroi-dins to Dr, (Continued on Page Eight) ratio distribution plan for counties In the senate, President Whito first ruled Mr. Hu-us' motion to amend out Of Dut the f-on.-itor protested that any amend meiu offered to the bill would bo it order. To .Woll Ho Sees Fit, As passed. lhc ,.oad bn, Ouvernor Oonlc-y authority to --el suoh portions of iho bond .-is ho iH "in coupoi or registered form, in such denomi- nations, a i such times rmd bearing, such date or dates as the sovernoj may Tho appropriation for thn peni- tentiary, as re L- o m mend od by Gov- ernor Oonlrn-, IK to take i.-ure of an existing rleficionry estimated at iton and to for
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