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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1930, Zanesville, Ohio Always First The Times Recorder Fair VOL XLVI NO 169 ZANESVILLE OHIO WEDNESDAY JULY and warmer today and Thursday Final Vote on Naval Treaty Next Tuesday Senator Reed Makes Strong Plea for Acceptance of Agreement Johnson of California for Opposition Is lorum Assured Quc WASHINGTON July of the London naval treaty closed their case before the senate today with an exposition of the agree ment by Senator Reed Republican Pennsylvania one of the delegates Tonight leaders were looking forward confidently to a final vote on the pact Next Tuesday has been tentatively suggested for a day to vote but there were no understandings tonight and the determined band of opponents cracking away at the treaty with ammunition in store Robinson Republican ana led the attack today in a speech of three hours The Reed speech was heard by the largest attendance thus far during the special session The opening rol call showed 60 members present ers arrived during the day virtually eliminating fears of treaty advocates that the lack of a quorum might break up the session Sharp Exchange Senator Johnson Republican Cal- the leader of the opposition at the conclusion of Reed's address engaged him in one of the spirited of their many j Johnson demanded the text of first American proposal submitted toi London Reed promptly submitted This proposal which was made public during the London and discussed before the foreign tions committee by Secretary Bon embodied the demand of the American delegation for a new ship Stimson Bald this was urged as a trading point Once more Johnson Reed clashed over the papers relating to the London conference which ident Hoover has declined to give the senate Reed volunteered to show them in confidence to the Cal- and the letter replied that lie did not understand any one who accept such an or the temperamental make-up of any ator who would make such on offer Johnson asked Reed if the Japanese did not reserve the right to abandon the ratio after 1935 Reed replied that they did and that the United Gold Star Mothers in France Young Goldsborough Found In Wreckage of His Plane Suffering From Fractured Skull and Condition Is Critical Vt July The aviation death which hurled his ather into the barren wastes of the fractured skull An all night search was conducted for him and his plane which now lies In shreds at the side of Woodford mountain The which pursued his father Brice one of the in Mrs Stances The lost in 1027 on in attempted flight trolled young Prank yesterday from Buffalo N Y north Atlantic hovered tonight over piane which was enroute to he unconscious form of Frank borough 19 whose plane crashed In- 6 the wild mountain side east of here The youthful aviator holder of the lunior transcontinental flying record was in a critical condition at Putnam Memorial hospital suffering from a The American Gold Star mothers have aroused widespread admiration while on their pilgrimage to their sons graves in France Each group in Parts pays homage at the Tomb of France's Unknown Soldier Here you a typical group of Gold Star mothers placing wreaths on the tomb President's Western Tour Not Affected by Farm Outlook Politicians Who Believe Trip Ill-Advised Given No Heed e By DAVID Copyright 1930 by Times Recorder WASHINGTON Hoover is going west after the senate adjourns Some political advisers have thought he should not go because the farm situation is not favorable But the president is believed to take the view that politically he would be making matters worse if he receded from his announced intention What the Hoover administration j needs now according to of the political advisors Is a vigorous de- fense and Mr Hoover's trip would ford an opportunity for severa speeches in which he could review the work of congress and clear up his own attitude toward pending questions The determination of the presiden to rush the naval treaty to tion is characteristic of a new and it is this Perjurer Learns California Will Pay for Return Man Who Admits He Lied in Mooney Case Will Be Heard N H with Donald Mockler as a passenger hurled It- self to destruction in a orest In wreckage All Night Young Goldsborough lay amid the wreckage until six o'clock this morning when searching after a fruitless all combing of the wilderness come on it who was thrown clear of the wreckage brought news rf the accident to a fann house near here He had struggled In vain to lull his companion from the plane Leonard Lawrence and a party of five men found Goldsborough Their discovery was the beginning of nu arduous trek through underbrush paths and knee-deep fields of mud Two suit coats Admits Perjury Two Women Shot When Five Bandits Hold Up Bank and Escape With Loot taken from the States In turn reserved the right to i the DaUy Another Gangster In Lingle Murder Daily News Names key Hauler Suspect CHICAGO July berry said by police to be a former whiskey hauler for the Zuta syndicate was introduced by which causes the president not to abandon the western trip to go out and meet the criticisms that have been leveled at his administration It is not likely that the president will make many speeches The cipal topic on which there is of course a desire to hear the president are the effects of the tariff on foreign trade the operations of the federal farm board and the future economic con- dition of the country os a whole Kept to His Desk Ever since Mr Hoover was ated he has been tied down to his desk and has not given as much time cr attention to measures as a politically minded chief executive of another type might have done Mr Hoover is in a sense still feeling his way to adjust his relations with congress and the politicians While his earlier experiences were far from successful there Is a decidedly a kcy insist upon that ratio or even a lower j ln the Lingle murder case More Democrat a foe of the treaty is ready to two ing upon freedom of the seas la war as well as peace The other would call for removal by Great Britain of her naval bases In the vicinity of the American continent While treaty advocates have agreed to accept the modified reservation of Senator Norris Republican Nebraska that no agreement or understanding shall be ratified In proval of the pact they have laid a ban against other reservations and no Hope is held for them Senator Reed told the senate that the London parley opened the American fleet was in an almost hopeless position of inferiority In auxiliary ships to Great Britain end Japan He the British Dad a ratio of 4 1 against this country in cruisers and Japan had two to one for America For the first time in he concluded all categories of ships will Jje limited J believe that the of treaty will work lor peace and happiness of all the peoples in tiie countries Involved Senator Robinson of Indiana in lengthy attack upon the treaty the American navy has been repudiated and those brave gallant officers in It are slurred for daring to stand up for the American flag on the seven seas ills Gangster Loses Fight to Return to Chicago Newberry is one of the many sters reported to have been seen near the corner of Randolph street and Michigan boulevard at the moment Jako Lingle Tribune reporter was shot to death He has also been named the News said today as the leader of the men who tried to kill Jack Zuta on State street and In the fusillade that Blew a street car motorman and wounded another bystander Press reports have frequently Ncwberry himself as the sible victim of gang killers Putting its theories together the Dally News said its information on Newberry's re- cent activities substantiated the be- lief that George Moran gangsters plotted the death of Lingle because of his alleged friendship for Al Capone The county grand Jury telegraphed an invitation to Harry T St Louis Star correspondent asking him to name the date when he can come to Chicago and present what timony he may have of crime tions in Chicago State's Attorney John A Swonson meanwhile appeared before the means from criticism church committee different Impression about his tions with congress now There pre- vails a belief for instance that in the closing days of the session the dent got the knack of arranging com- promise legislation with congress and that this attitude will help him get the ratified too Instead of stubbornly refusing to accept any reservation the president has ted his willingness to accept the Norris reservations In principle ing of course for a modification of the language so that It will not give offense to foreign powers Reservations after all are not con- serious unless they attempt to nullify the meaning of the treaty itself once the pact is Mr Hoover will be able to go on n western trip with a record of having accomplished something very con- in the direction of BALTIMORE July for the return of John MacDonald to California to tell authorities he lied when he testified at the trials of Thomas J Mooney and Warren K Billings for the Preparedness day bombing of 1916 in San Francisco were still in nebulous state tonight though the coast state has expressed its willingness to defray expenses lor the trip Gov c C Young pledged the funds in a telegram received by State's At- torney Herbert R O'Conor today in answer to a wire from Charles zicka and Hilary Gans attorneys since his arrest here Friday O'Conor transmitted the tele gram to the local attorneys but they refused to make any statement de- claring their proposed action when decided on would be transmitted to for communication to Gov Young O'Conor said today the fact the California executive communicated with him in answer to a wire from Ruzicka and led him to believe the coast authorities wanted the case handled through official channels though no charge is pending against MacDonald and he has been released to the attorneys Young's telegram said MacDonald would be transported to the coast to tell his story of admittedly perjured testimony to the pardon board in the Mooney case and to the supreme court in the Billings case MacDonald was the witness who testified at the Mooney and Billings trials that he saw the two labor ers plant the suitcase which con- a bomb explosion of killed 10 and injured 40 This backa of his rescuers served ns stretcher on which the injured flier was carried for two miles to a ing ambulance Then a slow trip was made to the hospital A surgeon found tho youth to be fering from a fractured skull This with the long period of exposure and lack of treatment made his condition most critical A9 the day wore on there was apparently no Improvement The only story of how the dent occurred was given by Mockler who was going to Keene to keep a speaking engagement Tho last thing I Mockler said was Goldsborough turning off the ignition switch When I came to I saw the tail and part of the wing of the plane hanging to the tree Part of the wreckage on the ground covered head chest nd feet I succeeded in partly ng his head and chest but his feet wero caught in the controls and try as 1 might I could not release him he was unconscious He was breathing and his pulse was regular I finally left him to search for a house John McDonald important witness at the conviction of Thomas J Mooney and Warren K Billings In the San Francisco Preparedness Day ratio In which ten persons wore killed now says he gave perjured timony He wants to tell another story In the hope that Mooney and Billings may be liberated on Kent's Run Farm Early Tuesday Morning Mercury in Awful New Potatoes and in Ears Are Here mony MacDonald says was by California prosecution Uou of naval armament Western Trip Slay Alii Mr Hoover's political stock has crime and answered a question put by the churchmen with the The reason for the small number of convictions Is the lack of evidence bcen none too high in recent months but those political seers who think lie has been permanently affected arc not thinking of the recuperative ers which Mr Hoover has shown in the past His first two or three years in the department of commerce were by no means from criticism ond confusion But as be learned the ropes he came out of that department with a record rarely by any ii wi LII H u i j y j The reason for the small officer His political Minister Admits Writing Blackmail Letters LOS ANGELES July Foster gangster late today Jost his fight against extradition to Chicago his home where he Is under indictment for the murder of Alfred newspaper reporter ations were begun to return the oner to Chicago by Superior Judge McComb denied a of habeas corpus to Foster alter a court hearing Donald H Wilson clerk at the St Clair hotel he saw Foster at the hostelry June 11 the Lingle was assassinated later said he Jelt Chicago June 6 and went to Santa Fe N M He Was arrested here two weeks ago I went to Santa Fe because I liked It Foster said I had no ness to transact there Under further questioning by Dep- uty District Attorney Tracy Becker regarding the name of the Pullman car he was in the name of the porter which meals lie ate in the diner and ho took a berth cr section the gangster seemed Irritated The prisoner was allowed a few minutes with his wife and then was turned over to Chicago authorities COOKS AND WAITERS STRIKE CLEVELAND O July proximately 800 waiters cooks and waitresses in five downtown hotels where restaurants and coffee shops were put on on open shop basis last midnight voted late today to go on strike at midnight tonight The strike call was issued this afternoon by the waiters and cooks union and asked employes In In five other hotels to strike in sympathy WRECK IS GRIMSBY England July than 30 persons were sent to hospitals following collision of two passenger trains In the station here today A train from New Holland Lincolnshire crashed Into the rear ot a train from Sheffield The ed Included many women and dren BELLEFOiNTAINE O July Arraigned in magistrate court here tonight on charges of blackmail Rev Frank E 42 of the ville Methodist Episcopal church pleaded guilty and was bound over to the Jury He In Jail in default of bond was arrested lost night by Prosecutor George of gan county who said he confessed mailing letters to Frank and Charles Howard of demanding 000 under threat of death The ard brothers were members of dick's congregation Report 14 Persons Dead in Egyptian Riots ALEXANDRIA Egypt July least 14 persons were killed and probably 250 injured In riots which accompanied a general strike called today in sympathy with victims ot recent political disorders at and One report said eight Europeans had been killed one of them an ian Mahomet All square picturesque center of tne city tonight was ed by shops In which scarcely a dow remained unbroken In the ruin was the chassis of an army tor lorry fired by the angry rioters who also hud attempted to burn a police station PLANE TO COLUMBUS O July j first passenger airplane used on the Transcontinental Air Transport line three years ago and of which Colonel Charles A Lindbergh was then the pilot landed here j en route to New York where it 1 placed in the museum of the railroad I Sec by the Classified Ads There is half of a five rooms and garage for rent There arc some special offers in the real estate column today There are some nice furnished and unfurnished for rent Look them over Someone has Golden Yellow they arc closing out at for singers and SI for females There are two male fox terrier puppies for sale at an ly reasonable price Someone is offering late bage plants for sale at per 100 One can easily borrow money for all needs Have you paid your There are lots and lots of vays that can help YOU s unknown and It would not surprising if tlic western trip turned out to be a factor that en- hanced his prestige rather than It Certainly the spectacle of a president willing to fight on the stump for his views has always made a profound impression on thn can people and Mr Hoover has been particularly handicapped by an eco- nomic situation not of his making but for which he is being held countable If as some of the believe an upturn of the ness situation is due In September and the Hoover western trip may de- into ft political master stroke for the administration Certainly the decision to go west after the senate adjourns is an indication that the president is not going to take the criticism lying down but is going to make a fight in his own behalf at n time when it looks as if opponents of Incumbent members of congress are planning to make the Hoover administration the His Weak Mind Is Only Defense of Lured Wife to Death at Hands of His amour The Office Building Cost State Will Pay Architect for Plans COLUMBUS O July 15 IP Ohio's new 14 story state office building on the Scioto river front is to be completed by Dec 31 1931 at n cost of approximately Plans nnd specifications prepared by Architect Harry Hake of nati were approved by the state building commission today which so set the time for completion of the building The architect's estimate the building complete without equipment Is The original rough plans for the building called for only 13 stories but the completed plans call for 14 stories The library which is to cupy tho upper floors will house volumes or more than arc lii the library now Tho working plans are drawn in the minutest detail Figured on the basis of six percent Architect Hake's compensation will be The commission authorized payment day of one half or No Speeches by President On Vacation Trip July dent Hoover has trimmed his vacation something approximating the two weeks of the average citizen and plans to spend the time In the northern Rockies George secretary to the president announced there would be no and the dent would make the trip late in August or early in September solely for the purpose of an outdoor holiday and rest The trip will Include Glacier arid Yellowstone national parks Tho plans are still contingent the time the senate ad- O July d insanity defense of Smith charged with first degree murder o his wife Clara 28 will open row's session of the murder Here Defense attorneys late today eald alienists would be Smith's only Dr John and Dr L J both of Cleveland hav examined him and are expected to report he has the mind of on year-old The prosecution rested today an court immediately adjourned after a long series of witnesses had de- scribed the killing and the event related to it Sheriff Frank Sheldon and Lieutenant Albert Snow were th state's star witnesses today The told of the confession made b Mrs Maud In which Mrs Low me cv upon the time tnc senate in the congressional campaign t WBS sald tne president this autumn KKAI ESTATE LICENSES COLUMBUS O July estate licenses may be issued by the state board of examiners to persons under trade names Attorney General Gilbert ruled today COUNCILMAN SUICIDES STEUBENVILLE O July 111 health was blamed by authorities for the suicide today of Councilman Edward Stewart 62 former mayor of Toronto who was found dead in bed with a bullet in his head KEROSENE IN STOVE DIES O July 15 VP received by the explosion of kerosene with which she was at- tempting to hasten a kitchen stove fire today caused the death of Mrs Homer Miller 44 wife ington township former of a MOV KILLS HIMSELF CHILLICOTHE O July Bauers Jr son of George Bauers city shot nnd killed himself accidentally with a revolver which he found in an old suitcase at the home of a neighbor here this afternoon The bullet went through the boy's heart His parents two and two sisters survive CRASH ON NEW YORK July persons were hurt three seriously In a rear-end collision between two crowded elevated trains at tne bers street station of the Sixth nue L late today The accident threw hundreds of wngers would require some time in ington to complete Important matters after adjournment the special sion Mr Hoover has received a great number of invitations to make public addresses in various cities along the route but the statement today said tho curtailment of the period when he may be from Washington and the very nature of taking a day and rest will preclude acceptance of these invitations and he believes they will not be pressed The Weather Fair and warmer day and Thursday probably ed by local thunder showers day afternoon or night near Lake Erie Pressure is high over sections east of tho Mississippi river and oil tho north Pacific coast Cleveland Ohio and North Head Wash 30.16 It remains high over the Atlantic east and south of New Inches Fair weather Is indicated In the Washington forecast district during the next two days The temperature will rise during Wednesday and Thursday except in the extreme south Readings by Pharmacy 5 a m 40 4 p 54 p 74 8 p 75 10 p 80 12 midnight 70 Smith and by his paramour ther was the person wli fired the fatal shot and In Smith was accused of having the killing and of giving her the gui to do it Mrs Smith was slain the night o May 29 on a lonely road near Ashta bula while she sat In her husband truck with her six months old baby In her arms The combined testimony of don and Snow was that Smith reported the killing claiming It wa done by a man was unable to find tracks of the rob car and accused Smith of lying Then Smith said a woman killed wife Investigation soon revealed that Smith meant Mrs Lowther anci she was arrested for questioning Smith had told the officers Mat the woman had threatened him un- less ho got rid oC his wife He bought a gun for protection he said Flight Planned VISALIA Calif July br J Dayton O army aviator oday announced a Oakland Tokyo flight With Rene Smith Honolulu filer and u radio operator and mechanic Major Wirt said he plans to start Sept 1 in a two motored plane Mrs Aided by Friends Of Late Husband Claim Federal Employes Worked for Deneen at Great Public Cost CHICAGO July mony that the largest contributor to tho senatorial campaign of Ruth Banna was Frederick W Allen New York broker and mate of tho late Senator Medill was given before the campaign funds Investigating committee today Tho witness was Lucius Wilson Jacks and little While Pa Zano and family of 40.000 lept under a light frost was the average Tuesday 15 He added Believe It or not the old red stuff u the thermometer condensed from 3 on Saturday to a 30 Tuesday rig Pretty soon they'll be quoting Mercury Alcohol Inc on the Wall Street exchange on Kent's When you drive through White agu you Kent's Rim Follow Ibis west of White Cottage and in ho lowlands L E Tyo reports frost leavy enough to damage tomatoes nnd vines The thermometer registered 39 It Is snld but for prevailing drought greater durance by frost would have In many localities Some curly risers are wondering at the of dew tills summer H is explained the of the earth prevents dew forming but UK absence la so unusual it is noticeable now 40 In Plan's E G of the old Newark road reports the thermometer at 44 early morning Neighbors report 40 No frost New potatoes being dug but they're small Heinle South drive reports 40 degrees Tuesday morning with no frost He has not used his automatic sprinkler over three acres Sunday's ruin Ho is marketing new at Tuesday liars Arc Here South Riverside gardeners are keting early ears They lire being at 25 cents a half down Cantaloupe are not expected before 1 Fair and wanner Is a brt lor president of the Voters Progress club who said that Allen gave to the club In Mrs behalf Ho was questioned about the ture of by his club In tho Chicago campaign last spring when Mrs defeated Senator Charles S Deneen for the Republican senatorial nomination from Illinois Mr Wilson said he personally organized the club and solicited the funds from friends and relatives o Mrs McCormick in the hope of in her that the ex was a smal Use Machine Gun When Fired Fleeing Town Merchants Open Fire on Gang Think Two Wounded WILLMAR Minn July Shooting down two women and revolver fire bandits today cowed 25 customers and employes and robbed the bank of a of Shooting right and left the robbers spread panic aa they escaped Bullets crashed through it several cars and shattered n nearby buildings during the ades John Evans oil station em- ploye who fired several shots at the said the driver of the car was replaced apparently wounded H S also said he believed he had wounded one of the robbers as they dashed down the street from the Hank Carry Machine Oun Shouting threats of death to the 25 employes and customers In the bank three of bandits entered the building with another carrying a machine gun held a large crowd of citizens at bay The fifth man sat at the steering the car One man kept the customers with hands of up while two ransacked the cash amount compared to the amount of public funds used in behalf of Sena tor witness he knew of at leas federal appointees and employe In Cook county who had used time to carry on Senator Deneen nnd he said if the service of these public employes were mated to be worth only a day that tit least a day or a month of public funds used In behalf of the senator Mr Wilson president of the eral Organization company of go said his task mode harder drawers and the vault The bandits took only eight minutes to complete the robbery Neither of the women were seriously wounded Mrs Emll Johnson shot in the arm and the leg and her daughter Mrs Don was ed In the leg The sight of scores of persons held at bay outside the bank and the sound of shots aroused many curious Several business had firearms at hand but the best they could do was fire at the as they sped out c-f town because he found big business was almost solidly behind Senator In Chicago Von Hindenburg Strong For Steel Helmet BERLIN July Von refusal to laku part in liberation celebrations In Prussian of the hub rendered it whether these Boy of 14 Calmly Admits Murder Of Mothers Maid Says He Doesn't Like Are All Like Cats N J July at his predicament and apparently showing no alarm year-old Robert was Held without ball today when on a charge of stabbing to death Miss Anna Miller 23 his mother's mold Willingly and almost gleefully young Woolsey the der lor police today describing In minute detail his movement as he plunged his hunting knife Into the maid's back a-s she stood on Lookout Mountain near Green pond day night He interrupted his description at one Interval to tell the that They are After he named Mrs Lowther she soul I on of which he called him a double crossing rat and then told of Smith's having ned the killing and admitted she did tho shooting The sheriff said Smith admitted Mrs story waa but after consulting attorneys refused celebrations shall be held at all ne women mler Otto of Prussia tinted all Mkc he said tonight hud gone walking celebrations lie said Miller Irom parents planned the j mcr homo when he felt a sudden sive to kill her Suddenly he ed his into her back then surd her when she run slabbed he again nnd again Then lie threw Ills weapon away and dragged the body down u steep cliff and attempted to conceal It be- neath two boulders Flight entered thn would be Now thai Van Hindenburg lind declined to no to 1 roves nnd on ground thai the Prussian ment fulled tu Hie ban on the steel helmet u nationalist make a new written con- honorary Big Fellows in Steel Merger to Split Territory urnell Tells of Agreement Between Eaton and Grace on Steel Market YOUNGSTOWN O July Agreements to divide territories In ho steel Industry were hinted in court today when Prank there was some talk about on understanding between Cyrus S of Cleveland and resident Eugene Grace of Bethlehem Steel corporation by which the tetter was to stay out of the west Purnell wai testifying in the ault by the Eaton interests to en- oln merger of the Youngstown Sheet md Tube company of which he is with the Bethlehem cor- The talk about the agreement he said took place at the escape meeting which was ed in Cleveland March 11 this year o discuss Eaton's opposition to the Eaton's own version of the alleged understanding as contained in his testimony before federal court on April 7 this year was merely that Grace told him Bethlehem would not 30 tempted to invade the middle west Tho Price Waterhouse comparative audit of the town and Bethlehem companies long sought by attorneys for the tills brought into court for the time today Purnell surprised the by pulling the report from Us pocket Just before court ed for the day He said it was the same report which he read to the directors of the Youngstown company when they voted for the merger It probably will be read in court tomorrow It was Jn this report that Price Waterhouse recommended the terms of the merger member thorn was little point for his mind and lie hid all night in a Prussian government to go on with i lumber yard continuing on his way those festivities Premier explained that only yesterday tlie Prussian minister of the Interior had sent n era of the in the morning Reaching Dover with his money all gone lie sought lodging In the u letter to two Jail Monday night Ho later was urs helmet asking and arrested Miss Miller's them to Mini a declaration to the body having been lound By feet that they agreed that the order which dissolved organization In tho was legally and that they would refrain in the future irom carrying out any kind of military exercises The Steel Helmet leaders refused to sign bul said they would refrain from the exercises Three Dead Three III From Poisoning NEWTON N J July of his children dead his wile and a fourth child in critical condition Wilbur Stanton tonight was New York to Buenos Aires Refueling Trip VALLEY STREAM N Y July taking on 425 gallons of gasoline In four contacts with a re- fueling plane over the Wright airport the K of New Haven was believed to be flying southward tonight on the first leg ot a refueling flight to Buenos Aires The ft had hopped off from Roosevelt field nt p m E S T Tho refueling piano had gone up In tho gathering darkness to make the fourth contact Field attendants saw tho hoso lowered to the big mono- piano and then the two ships moved and wero swallowed up In the night When tho refueling plane did not return after three quarters of an hour had elapsed field officials said they believed It likely that the K was on Its way but expressed some anx- iety over the safety of the supply ship They pointed out that the time stanton failed to arouse his when its gasoline was expected to the had passed and expressed and children V Mcslar Morris county prosecutor said the boy would un- dergo a sanity test by two state alien tats tomorrow for life against poison I doctors The children Elizabeth 13 Fanny 12 and Alice 4 died shortly after be- ing stricken Mrs Stanton and liam a step-child two years old also arc suffering from the ailment b was not through the night Returning to his farm yesterday in Farm Board Calls for Cheaper Bread WASHINGTON July Th farm board lashed out at the retal price line today for the second within a month and notified consum era that bread ought to be cheaper to buy Wheat is selling for more than 5 guns a bushel less than a year ago snld Samuel R board mem i Mid there can bo no conscientious objection to theory that when It costs less to man on article It ought to scl for less My query goes to the con la he paying for breat the belief it may have come down at some other field VETERAN'S WASHINGTON July pled veterans of the World war will be the guests of President and Mrs Hoover at a lawn party tomorrow on the south grounds of the White House More than 800 veterans from Walter Reed and other hospitals In the vicinity of the capital are ex- 7 a m 10 a m 12 noon 2 p m a Mate bordering Sun rises a m Sets 8 p m ricee p m gett fr nv TO ASSETS MARION O July courts will sell the assets of the Murray Sulky company one of the manufacturers of racing carts In the country on Aug 16 A re- was appointed recently RIEKER FUNERAL COLUMBUS O July body of Charles J news di- rector of the Columbus Dispatch who died yesterday will be burled row In Spring Grove cemetery in A near death The farmer crawled to the main little If any change of bread year been the i O S V CONTRACTS COLUMBUS O July Con tracts approximating on- were let today by the was found by a passing motorist who summoned Dr Lamar Voorhees By the time the doctor arrived the three children were dead Cr Lamar called two other physicians and together they have labored to the ing three Sunday the family went on a nic taking with them sandwiches made of preserved meats On their way home they stopped at a stand and nte some Ice cream It has not been determined these foods caused the illness Barnes Springfield trustees o was awarded Gas Station Attendant Killed by Robber MARION O July lio early today shot and killed mond 30 attendant at an night gasoline station In the city's business section were sought tonight by authorities of Marlon and rounding counties Steele was found In a pool Of blood between two gasoline pumps by two girls who stopped at the station tor fuel They notified authorities but the man was dead Irom a bullet wound in the back Operators of the station said the robbers looted a cash register ol in currency but did not disturb funds in Steele's pockets Investigators said Steele apparently had been making repairs on an auto- mobile tire when he was attacked by the robbers Indications were that a struggle had preceded the shooting they said the Job for the new natatorium to be built by the department His bid was Boyajohn Barr Columbus was low bidder for the men's physical education building to cost MAY REOPEN BANK ALLIANCE O July committee of six citizens will mend reopening of the Peoples bank hers closed as a result of ft shortage in its accounts it was announced day The committee will meet with stockholders July 25 PUNCTURED TIRES AKRON O July tonight were searching for a youth who today punctured each tire or six times in half a dozen biles parked in front of children's hospital Police said he used an ice nick Were It For us to suddenly have to revert to the methods of doing things that wero employed a hundred years ago I there would be many a conscientious BITTI ES Just think of the CLEVELAND O July dous the mode Mrs Mary using a chair as a weapon rescued Sophia Hughes 9 from a mad dog near her store day but only after It had bitten both of them Police could not corner the canine so a doc warden was forced to shoot it The victims were being watched for from Classified Advertising is one of the very convenient services that the present day affords When an ad Is placed In the Times Recorder and Signal one Is putting 30.000 units to work for one's self at a cost which is often but a fraction of the results obtained IS SUED MEMPHIS Tenn July in- voluntary bankruptcy suit was filed in federal court today against si Saunders Stores Inc nationally known chain store company by tnt Oliver Firtney Grocery Co and Myers Paper Co both of Memphis and the Lucy Packing Co of dale Miss Total amount of was said to be APPLIED CLASSIFIED TWO FEUDISTS PORTSMOUTH O July -i Daniel waa dead day and his father 48 was in a with wounds following renewal of ft with the family of Wilson 60 at Adams yesterday Wilson who shot when and his two sons were the Elder fled to
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