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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 28, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota The to macs Len thru r t g r 8 pages Albert Lea Enterprise forty ninth year Freeborn county to m est then year Albert Lea. Minnesota. Wednesday september 28, 1921 number forty Volar my fifteen three u. Sub. Sailors May be lost urges Are getting rid of Chicago a wet made against police Force or. Semnacher fatty Arbuckle hearing takes on new interest. Blackmail was plotted against film Man it is alleged. Arbuckle again on stand. By associated press san Francisco sept. L 7 the miss sch Prevost. One of t he show girls participating in the Arbuckle party at the hotel St. Francis which led to the death of miss Virg Nia Rappe was the first witness today in the Arbuckle murder charge hearing in police court. Arbuckle and Sherman were dressed in pyjamas bathrobes and slippers site said. Miss Rappe was seated on a settee at arbuckles Side according to the witness who said she saw a a Little a to of drinking. San Francisco Calif., sept. 27th.�? Toscoe fatty Arbuckle charged with the murder of miss Virginia Tappe and who was shifted temporarily from the scene of interest yesterday when charges of extortion were made against Alfred Semnacher prosecution witness resumed his place before the spot Light of Public curiosity As his preliminary hearing proceeded today. San Francisco sept. 26.�? an assertion in court today by Toscoe c. Fatty arbuckles chief counsel Frank Domingues that he believed Black mail had been contemplated against the film comedian and that this motive figured in the defendants arrest on a murder charge was ordered put before the Raml jury tonight by District attorney Brady. Brady issued subpoenas for Dominquez and ids associates counsel Charles h. Brennan of fan Francisco and Milton m. Cohen of los Angeles to appear at tonight s grand jury session and repeat their charges. The action was taken. Brady said on the request of Alfred Semnacher who was accused by Dominquez today of having conspired with mrs. Bam Bina Dolmont the complaining witness against Arbuckle to tak. Torn parts of the clothing of miss Tappe to los Angeles for the purpose of extorting Money from tie defendant who is charged with the murder of miss Tappe. Dominguez made hip assertion after Long questioning of Semnacher re gabbing his previous testimony Iti the ease. Dominguez declared hut previous conduct of mrs. Dolmont in Lon Angeles where he said she made claims against a Man named Bari Lynn Lent color to his accusation. Police judge Lazarus before whom the hearing is being held refused however to allow i Dominguez to question Semnacher along this line saying it had no part in the present proceedings. In the morning or. Arthur Ile Ards Lee. House physician at the hotel St. Francis who treated miss Rappe after the revel in arbuckles suite out of which the murder charge grew testified he discovered evidence of a ruptured bladder Early the morning after the party and that he advised her removal to a Hospital. The defense was unable to make him admit that she could have been shering from anything else. Or. Beardslee stuck to his diagnosis and said he found her writhing in pain when he was called in after the party the pain being so great be had to administer sedatives three times in it the night. Continued on Page five by associated press Chicago sept. 27.�?the Start in the process of weeding out 2.500 patrolmen on Chicago s police Force alleged by chief of police Charles Fitz Morris to be implicated in violation of t he prohibition Laws was expected today. Charles f. Colne in. District at Torney has announced that lie will turn Over to chief Fitzmorris a list of All evidence the Federal authorities have against policemen in liquor violations. Chief Fitzmorris in a statement today asserted that lie would get rid of the patrolmen involved As fast As the trial Board can handle the Evi Dence. Flood in China kills Many in one province four Hurt in strike riots in St. Johns by associated press St. Johns x. S., sept. 26. Four persons were injured in a riot tonight when strike sympathizers attacked Street cars filled with passengers at the close of a Street Parade of striking Union Street car workers. The strikers have been out for some time following a reduction in wages. Four children killed when 1 trolley sups by associated press Shanghai. China sept. 6, by associated pres correspondent. A China a third great disaster within a year has been reported in Ash Wei province where an area larger than the state of Connecticut has been flooded with the loss of thousands of lives and property damage conservatively estimated at $18,000,000. The catastrophe follows the famine in the seven Northern provinces of the Republic in which millions literally perished and the earthquake in Kansu province in which 40,000 people Are estimated to have been killed and entire counties devastated. The flood Cut off the railroads Between Shanghai tientsin and peking. Farmers in Pool plan to get loan soon feed wire broken. Children jump from burning car on to live rails and were electrocuted instantly. By associated pres Kingston. Mass. Sept. 26. Four school children were killed Here today when a trolley pole came off a car which was carrying them to their Homes broke the feed wire and caused their electrocution when they lumped out of the car. The car was set on fire but other children inside escaped serious injury. Nine other children were held in the ear. Which was a one Man trolley of the Plymouth amp Boston Street railway co. By the Motorman. If caught a fifth youngster As he tried to leap to the ground. The dead Are Natalie Robbins 12, daughter of Alton a. Robbins. Richard Sloan 9, son of Louis Sloan. Ruth Mills. 7, daughter of mrs. Arthur e. Wallace. Jennie Borresen Frank Borresen. All the children lived and were on their was school. The Accident occurred afternoon As the ear approached a Bridge. The trolley pole slipped off the wire and broke the feed line car eying thousands of volts. One end of the wire fell on the roof of the setting it afire. The other end fell to the Bridge charging the rails. The children screamed and rushed for the door. The Motorman tried to hold them Back but four jumped out they came in Contact with the rails and were electrocuted dying instantly. G. A. Opens 55th annual Encampment meeting this year is held in Indianapolis. Many Are attending. Ladies of g. A. Also gather for yearly meet. By associated press Indianapolis sept. 27.�?members of the Giand army of the , real izing that the organization is growing old Are planning that during the fifty tilth annual Encampment now being Field Here arrangements shall be made Lor final disposition of the property of the order. Frank m. Sterrex of Troy oh., is1 said to have ready for presentation at one of the business sessions probably today a Resolution which would provide for what he terms the last will and testament of the g. A. provision would to made Lor Dispo i sit Ion of the property of the grand army when the last members Are gone. Although the Encampment started informally sunday the first business1 session was not held until today. Com Mander in chief William a. Ketcham of planned to Call the delegates from the various posts to order this morning the commander in chief s address and reports from other officers will to the principal features of the morning program. Regimental and brigade reunions will occupy much of the time today. Various meet no places have been designated Tor these reunions which it is expected will bring together Many comrades of the . While the veterans Are meeting a number of Allied organizations will also be in session. The sons of Vete i lans w ii open their Fortieth annual Encampment. The woman s relict i corps will hold first business session. The Union prisoners of War organization. Will Nice i and the a sons of \ veterans auxiliary will be i us Ess Ion i the veterans spent much time to i Day get no in trim for the annual i Parade which is to be held tomorrow. Little groups from different posts held Impromptu parades today marching behind the life and drum corps which j Many years ago played them on their Way to War. One of the proudest posts is that of a a Pasadena Calif., its members step j Washington sept. 27.�? with the Ping Snapp ily along behind their my National conference of unemployment s cans who bang out a a Jaybird As standing adjourned until october 5. Lustily As if they were Young drummer the ten sub committees appointed at lasses established since 1518 were boys again. The organizing session of the Confer result of a world War such As the Honor of being commander of once yesterday were ready to be never before known a that 5,0oo,0<�0 the a baby Post a of the grand Annilo in 10 work today on a study of then in Are now unemployed tha a near is claimed by c j Rose he is the various Pleasea of uie problem assign j a11 classes of labor have been forehead of the ii. C. Boome Post no. 42, by associated press Minneapolis sept. 27th.�?the $15,000,000 set aside for the use of the equity co operative Exchange for the handling of Gram of any Farmer who wants to join the a one year Pool plan Quot of the War finance corporation will be placed with the Federal Reserve Bank at Minneapolis within a week or ten Days. J. N. Anderson director of the equity and the Man who had negotiated the big loan said today. 52,000 Are Idle in Minnesota says Williams by associated press Washington sept. 27th.�?unemployment in Minnesota was estimated today at about 52.000, by j. D Williams of the Industrial com Mission of the state before the National employment conference now considering unemployment . He declared the Federal labor departments estimate of unemployment in Minneapolis St. Paul and Duluth was unreliable. Rail unions spurn cuts vote strike official canvass of 186,Coo members votes begun at Chicago. Brotherhood chiefs Point out conservatives May prevent walkout. By avs related pm a Chicago. Sep. 26 Lead is of the big four Brothw howls and affiliated j Railroad unions tonight declared that they hid 1 tile doubt that the railway employees had voted for a general strike rather than accept a wage reduction. But announced that the conservative counsel of the Lead s might prevail against a walkout. General chairmen of the brother Hood of railway Tum Eti counting the 186 00 1 Stril a a lots of 1 their men but admitted but Ore the first envelope was on Ned hat. Ludg a ing from the known terrier of the men the result will be overwhelmingly in favor of a St like. Next monday officials of t in brotherhood of locomotive in inc. Is or Der of railway end unto s p other i Hood of locomotive firemen and in linemen and switch men a Union of a North America will meet Here to j count the strike votes of their 255.000 members. Railroad Union leaders i Here expect All the brotherhoods and i the switch men Sun on to East sub i Stanfi Ai majorities for a strike. The affiliated shop crafts have already i voted by a majority of approximately 525 000 to 48,000 to walk out. Reports of the general chairmen of jibe trainmen when they assembled today were plainly disappointing to the 1 Nion leaders. The trainmen had voted on a separate ballot because their leaders did not approve of the Point. Ballot prepared by the other i unions. On september 12 president w. G. Lee who has been ill at his Home in Cleveland addressed a Cir Eular letter to the men who were then in the midst of the balloting which he pointed out five reasons Why he 1 Hought a strike would be unwise and Why the men might expect to accept some wage reduction. A the executive of a labor organization that fears to Tell the truth or Point out dangerous places ahead to the membership of his organization is not worthy of �?Tin1 title of Leader or. Lee said. The men were asked to consider the fact that wages and working conditions of . Submarine sinks several men Are missing american bar Resolution is sent to House by associated press Washington sept. 26. Resolutions adopted recently by the american bar association at Cincinnati condemning Federal judge Kenesaw m. Landis of Chicago for accepting the position of High commissioner of organized baseball while serving on the Bench were transmitted officially today to speaker Gillett with a request that they be Laid before the proper committee of the House. There was no intimation however As to what action if any would he taken. Under the Ordinary course of legislative procedure the resolutions will lie referred to the judicial committee which in the last Congress censured the judge in a report to the House but did not discuss impeachment charges preferred by rep. , Democrat. Civil War vets want memorial Day protected failure to guard Day is reproach on grand army. G. A. Commander Flay Kun flux klan. 8. Daughter of in Kingston Home from late in the of Florida. This Post was organized Only two years ago or. Rose says. Coexistent with it is the Post of the Blue and the Grays an organization of veterans or both the in on and Confederate armies who now meet together in peace. De to each with a View to recommending practical Relief measures to the conference when it re convenes on Attiat Date. Hearings on a employ rent statistics to develop reliable de by mediation arbitration strikes or lockouts to accept reduced rates of pay during the past year that the increased wages granted Railroad men last year were based on increased Indianapolis ind., sept. 26.�? friendships formed on the Union army s Battle lines in the Days from 61 to 65 were renewed Here today As the grand army o. The Republic assembled for its fifty fit h annual Encampment. Data As to the extent and distribution j Cost of living and that government of unemployment As a pre requisite to j reports indicate a 15 per cent Cut in enlightened treatment of the problem were to begin today before the sub committee on statistics. Ethelbert Steuart head of he Burea of labor statistics was slated As the chief wit Ness today and a number of other witnesses will be heard at their request. The work of specialized committees strike. The grievance committee pro which includes committees on employ a ably will meet Here As soon As he Arm Narm comrades of mint agencies and registration and strike vote is canvassed it was said tiie conflict fought Between the two j on emergency measures by Man fac sections of the s country Over a half tuners in transportation construction Century ago strolled about the City to mining shipping and Public works will living costs since july 1. 1520. Or. Leeds letter however apparently has failed to influence the voting the general chairman reported today. The strike vote however in on officials pointed out does not necessarily mean the immediate calling of a Day recalling experiences of the Battlefield and Camp the Encampment program seemed of secondary importance. Reunion with comrades of years ago took precedence Over programs. The Veter be carried on simultaneously with the statistical hearings which will he conducted for a week. Following the adoption of emergency measures after re convening the conference again today and either take Steps to re open negotiations with the roads of set a Date for the walkout. Or. Lee in his letter declared he would take no hand in the question but permit the committee to reach its own Eon i delusions. The general chairman on any rail i Road system where the men vote to jazz life of the Oung people was scored by Bishop Mitchell Minneapolis. Sept. 25�?charging that the future of Young people of High school age is seriously menaced and laying the blame on parents and school Environ ment Bishop Charles Bayard Michell speaking sunday before the Northern Minnesota method a St episcopal conference in Simpson Church put it up to the ministers in the audience to speak out to their congregations on the duties of fathers mothers and teachers. Bishop hit particularly at these things late hours. Joyriding dancing. Class plays of no dramatic or i Terry value and with cheap humor. Low common jokes often suggestive frequently at the expense of sacred things. A of these things can come no Good a he declared a and they con sume time and Effort and interfere with study and the develop ment of a staunch character and Christian ideals. A there never is t me in this generation when the social i f of our Young Peop e in the High schools was so Leopard Zed As s the Case now. A parental restraint was never so lax and o e liberties granted to Young people seem dangerously near to so cd Fri cum bodes ill for the future of Church and state. A liberties Are granted to Young boys and girls today that Only a few years ago would never have been tolerated either by parents or teachers. A that wholesome parental restraint in the Home life of not Long since is very largely obliterated in the major to of Homes. Vast numbers of these Homes count the r membership in one Church denomination or another. The High schools come Young people As rec Rups for colleges and universities. A a Brethren you dare not remain s Lent on these things in the message from our pulp to to your will Divide into committees for the on to. Ke.1 through the Down town wot our out of permanent measures Horitz to chm Street gathered in Little groups j designed to hold unemployment to a a round the soldiers and sailors Mono. Minimum. Ment and discussed Thel r lighting coincident with the opening of the Java. J conference. Urban Ledoux w to at a traded attention by his a auction of Loni Ghl state and City officials Wol j unemployed on Boston common Canije routed the vis tips St the state House. L Washington and Laid before presi a governor Warren t. Mccray mayor Harding at the White House a Sharp s w. Jewett of Indianapolis. I proposal that the names of ail those and other officials assured the Veter-vvj10 doubled their wealth by War pro ans of the hospitality of the state and t Fite ering be made Public. As an alter a c by. Native he proposed that the president hiring a or Day the g. A. Mcm appear to All who profited by the War. Out his followers or. Lee continued. Must take ice Cream instead of firewater Bers Ami the delegates from organizations Allied with the grand army Reg it red it the state House. This evening repro end Alves Troin forty four departments of the grand army had i no indication that they Touhl be re to donate 50 per cent of their wealth to an unemployment Relief fund. He said the president received his Sugges. By associated press Chicago sept. 27th. Ice Cream must displace liquor on Paul Baum Gart s Bill of Tare Lor one year according to a sentence imposed yester Day by the judge before whom Baum Gart was arraigned on complaint options w Ith marked interest but gave. His Wile who said he pulled her hair. F rom these registered and it was announced that approx ornately 6,000 veterans were Here officers and committees of the g. A. R., and its Allied organizations hold meetings in preparation for the first business sessions tomorrow. The credentials committee of 4lie grand army completed its work and the National Council of administration hold a business meeting. Sorted to for the present. Negroes Are to Appeal to u. Supreme court by associated press Little Rock Ark., sept. 27th a Hareas Corpus proceedings brought fight results in death of 3 participants by associated press Indianapolis ind., sept. 27.--pro feet Ion of memorial Day from commercialism and consecration of the Day to the memory of the soldiers of All the nations wars should be an aim til the grand army of the Republic and its Allied organizations commander in chief William a. Ketcham declared in his address today at the first business session of the fifty fifth National Encampment. Failure to pro-1 text the Day from desecration will by a reproach to the grand Ai my its Leader said. A the 30th of May is our holy Day a said the commander in chief. A we in stilted it and for fitly three years we have in rain or Shine stood at the shrines of men who died that the nation might live a Ini paid tribute to their memories. No Day in tie year should be More absolutely free from commercialism of any sentiment except that of reverence and Devotion to memory of the dead. We still note with pain that in Loo Many localities sports of one kind or another Are tak ing away the attention of the rising generation from the Observance of this Day. In Many states by Legisla Tion it is protected from desecration and in All it should be. If with the assistance of our Able and devoted auxiliary and allies we Are not Able to in Eulate a deeper reverence for the memory of the dead it will be a reproach to revival of the Kun flux klan was condemned by commander Ketcham along with other organizations while the grand army has scant influence in the state in which the klan was incorporated the commander declared the g. A. K a should see to it that an it organization with so offensive and discredited a name should not be permitted to invade state lines where we still have influence and we ought to set out faces like a to commander Ketcham against ail the evils of the modern Day that Are threatening bolshevism i w. W. Ism anarchy Kun flux klans whatever their name May be that tend to throw a blight on the fair name of the land that we saved and still death has taken a heavy toll of the grand army members purim the last Yea the commander said having taken two past commanders in chief lot to live past department command ers the assistant adjutant general three members of the Council of administration and 9,281 of the Mcm Bers. Accident occurred in the los Angeles Harbor while r-6 was moored to other vessels. Large loss of life prevented by unknown Sailor who Cut hawsers. By Asso de press san Pedro c of. Sept. 27.�? three men Are believed to have lost their lives when the u. Submarine .r-6 Sank in los Angeles Harbor last night the result of an unexplained explosion it was stated at the submarine base Here Early today. First reports were that two i ves were lost. The electric an whose name was Given As Paul Saulsberg was said to have been blown from the s King Craft by the explosion while j. Greffen Seaman was reported imprisoned in the sunken Craft. Today officers of the base said another Man whose name was not Given out was said to have gone Down with the r 6, naval officials stated that the cause of the disaster was unknown and that an investigation would be launched immediately to determine the responsibility for the sinking of the vessel. Officers from the flagship new Mexico said they were unable to g be a detailed account of the sinking but they Bel eved that whle members of the Crew were filed a Cylinder with alcohol the tubes of the vessel became opened in some unaccountable manner and she Sank within sixty seconds. The Crew of the r-6 included Twenty officers and men. And efforts Are being made to Check the accounted for and the missing to determine if any More were lost. It is said that the submarine went Down Bow first. As soon As the alarm was sounded search i gets from All ships of the Fleet lying at Anchor in the Harbor were turned on the scene of the disaster. The r 6 was tied i to the tender Camden when she Sank. That the death list was not larger and that Only one submarine was involved is thought to have been due to the presence of mind of one Sailor whose name is not known who it is a d. When the r 6 began to Settle ran up the fore Peak and Cut the hawsers by which the submarine was moored to the Camden and to other vessels of similar Type of the r 6. Two wounded in Irish riots of last night a associated press Belfast. Ireland sept. 2�tb two men were wounded during the scattered shooting affray Here last night but in the Eastern sections of the City were serious riots occurred yesterday the night passed quietly. Crown troops today Oce d strategic Points in the disturbed it a. A clerk s work should not be taken a at part by associated press new York. Sept. 27.�?when a lot fling clerk tells you that a suit will Quot Wear like Iron he be taken too literally because Iii expression is figurative and does not bind his Boss As giving a warranty entitling the purchaser to his Money Hack when after several month of Wear. Holes nuke to seat of the t c i his in of a Day of Tfir supreme rot to term a hit i i of lows r to made in Ati a. 1 la up air appearance in the re scr t w i t Fie decision t o a Quot i de j so ices of the 11ing in the Apih Lufe is. % on tie judgments n a the p Ling was i o a Louis a Gnu not St h i o hours >1 its i on strange music at his funeral 11 us by associated press Manila p. I., sept. 27�?a fight be tween a detachment of the philippine constabulary and a hand of Moros at committee meetings of the ladies in belial of six Elaine Ark. Negroes to ratty Island of Jolo resulted in of the g. A. It. Were also held today under sentence of death Lor murder in j10 death of a filipino lieutenant of discussion of the election of officers connection with the Riding in Philips tj10 constabulary forces and two began with the announcement of their county years ago were dismissed by members of the Moro band according candidates for National president. The United states District judge John h to advices received Here three Are mrs. John Williams of an Dotterel today. One filipino lieutenant of cons Tabu Derson. In mrs. Anna Tichener of j attorneys for the negroes gave no Laty and several enlisted men and Pittsburgh. Pa., and mrs. Eva j. Tice of Appeal to the United states j one Moro were wounded said tha French of Mowerey Calif. Supreme court. Dispatch. By associated press Montrose colo., sept. 25. Playing a a nearer my god to thee Quot Enro Ute to the cemetery today in the funeral pro cession for William Dallat Rori the band struck up a aint we Ltd get fun a returning front the cemetery. This program was in accordance with provisions of the dead Man s will which also provided that each of the pallbearers receive a gallon of Whis key. 2 1920. Nee that it ill to a it. Tiled Good in the i ult a a a u it a fall Wool but the Louis falling under the it harm of la suave Salesman who assured him the suit a would Wear like Iron i vested himself of $21 50 and took the suit Home. He admitted that a ilk d my a and the fit but six month later when the Hole a tip a red he i took it Back and dem tit i 1 i nto Arp the Clothier refused to Huno hire quest und he brought s it in that ii court and won the cae Vot appealed and use Clothier won i out under the Law must pay the coat he still has the suit

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