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27 Jul 1924

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27 Jul 1924

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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Atchison, Kansas Atchison sunday Globe. A Price five cents. Atchison Kansas sunday july 27, 1924. A twelve pages. Forty seventh year. No. 12488 ship founders no lives lost nearly 300 persons saved by rescuers. Strikes i sunken Sarge wild confusion reigns when pleasure Steamer sinks in Norfolk Harbor. Norfolk in. July 20 Tho exr bion St Amor gratitude with a Jim out ploys of Tho texan til company and Noii Ilton of their families on Nonorl. Sunk off Craney Island lit Norfolk Harbor Early tonight when she struck a sunken Barge. So far As if was possible to Chook flit passenger list late tonight no lives were bist though three Fie sons two women and a Man. Were taken to a Hospital badly Hurt. Rite Navy tug Wyton Ito arrived at t the Portsmouth Navy Yard at la 30 o clock tonight with lot of the excursion lists rescued from the sunken vessel. The gratitude was not completely submerged and Lier passengers were taken off in Small boats sent from the new York. Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad Steamer inns Al Vanill and several Harbor vessels and launches which picked up the distress signals from the gratitude and ii t Leal to the Rescue. Scenes of the wildest confusion were enacted on Board the stricken vessel when Hor passengers realized she was a out to go Down. Many persons in cloning women and children jump red Oerl Oard. Adjmi Renflo fearing they j would lie sucked under when the \ of s in the water others were overboard by the Force of the Ujkaj tax the weather. X a it 4 a a a c a a a a c t a mostly fair sunday somewhat warmer monday partly Cloudy pus Sibly local thundershowers. Missouri mostly fair and Wanner sunday monday probably local i . Soh wheat brings $1.35 Atchison Mills paying 17 cents Premium Over hard wheat a advanced saturday. Two thousand who probe at Effingham enforcement Friday night for Atchison kiwanis club doings. Put on a Street Parade hurled Lupine souk Lack i sinking lug in water it Neil on the wheat markets continue to Advance following the Rise in the Canadian markets occasioned by had crop reports from Hie Western provinces. Owing to prolonged drouth their this Spring the crop got a poor Start and claims of the spread of blues rust Over a wide area exe Tisl the Winnipeg wheat Market and advances of to to 7e were scored there saturday. In the Southwest Ideal threshing weather prevails and rapid Progress is timing made toward getting the new wheat to Market. Prices being paid in Atchison sire in go higher than Friday no. I hard bringing $1.18 and no. I soft wheat lir it. Soft wheat in Atchison generally Sells at a Premium of Glt to tile Over hard wheat and with the present spread of 17c per Bushel the soft. Wheat Farmer tuts a big advantage. Another thing in favor of soft wheat iii this Section yields it re two to ten bushels jut Acle higher As by threshing returns. Harvest is the favorite variety. At Cli mitts Ami elevators Day received la cals of wheat cars of Corn. In which were marshal Otey Andy Gump aunt Sarah Peabody and others. Shown t e tee Tisa or Piid to f those who leaped into tin of the Harbor window rile hip found they were stand Only knee deep having submerged Barge others were submerged to their Ninny Hast rescues were the very Side of hut for the fact in id firm by tile Lur. Silo would a is and is wen1 of footed Arttie sinking Craft attic shill tin1 i icon Barge which Sank have gone to the Bot Tutu with heavy loss of life. The moment Ute vessel crashed Ber distress whistles were blown and the in a Sylvania. Just passing sent out by at. Til the Rescue other vessels in the burlier immediate. Rushed in the scene and after a frantic half hour rescued the whole party it was believed the Pennsylvania turned Mer her rescued to other vessels and pro needed on tier Way to in be Charles. When the first i mat Load of the rescued Rem lied the Pennsylvania wharf Jim were landed confusion again reigned bemused families Tad i teen separated in the dark mothers were streaming in the agony of separation from their children and men were frantic in their search for miss lug Wiles and relatives. A cacti new i hint Load Drew tip to the wharf the confusion was Intonti tied until tile last had been la tided Aud ii i lands cheeked showing apparently no one was missing c. J. Peterson will resign ii milk commissioner to retires democratic committee Secretary. Topeka Kansas. July 2 1 Carl j. Peterson will it nit As Secretary of the in a in Crai in state Central committee of tor tile August primary election. The state Hank commissioner who h. Held Low to the secretarial iut St for t his party through the last several years and was largely responsible for tile Success if Jonathan m. Davis Campaign which lie managed two years ago. Said today he had i la i idl d to resign. A i done to believe a stall official should i continue to act As a Fin try or. Peterson gave tis ids reason. A i can to in fairness to the state Divide j Lily time Between my office As Hank commissioner find my duties As Central c. Inuit tee Secretary i Don t intend to take any Active pct of in the Corning Campaign and As that is the Secretary a Joie i shall present my resignation to the committee at its August executive meeting after the there was no indication in circles jollity that there would lie to change in Tho chairmanship of the committee. J. J. Wilson the chairman also holds an position tis state Grain inspector at Kansas if lint governor Davis declared or. Wit son Laid not intimated in would wit Juliai a and said lie was a satisfactory quot to him. United states warns Persia bluntly demonstrates against indignities toward slain Many a widow Washington july 28. A Blunt statement t lint. Tin Washington government views Witti grave concern in dignities suffering it Teheran by mrs Katherine g Rubric widow of the american vice Consul who was murdered by a mob in that City is to he presented to the persian government. The communication is expected to make it Plain that tile United Stales holds tint Persia must take whatever Steps Are necessary to insure efficient to Oji ration on the part of its Sailor donate officials and police in order that adequate Protection for nil americans May he assured. Minister Kornfeld at Teheran re ported to tin state department Tunny that on last tuesday a persian youth grabbed the veil worn by mrs. I Rubric find attempted to fear it from Lier during lie attack lie spar upon nor a native policeman was in loved to have witnessed the affair fro in Dis Lance but did not interfere. Mrs. In brie was Riding with the wife of one of the officers of the american Mission Vav Hen the outrage occurred. Two thousand people attended the kiwanis doings tit Effingham Friday night. About a thousand Atchison folks were there. The Atchison band played a delightful concert the Atchison glee club Sang most acceptably and the quot stunts put on by kit unions were so crude and quot Rotten quot they were Good. It. Was a night of Clear sky Bright stars Cool breezes Good music and lots of fun. Tin Kiv Vanis Chih of Atchison put on the quot show quot for no other than to show the Atchison county folks that tin Atchison City folks want to lie sociable Aud Friendly the Parade put on by tile Atchison men ended up at the Effingham Park. In the Parade were clowns Ostrich is a Issacks a lion turkeys marshal Otey Andy jump aunt Sarah Peabody. Quot the old times of Shady Bend quot or. .1 a tues Jameson a Brazen Hussy professor slut Fly elect Hie Atchison Barid the Gazebo band and Oiler Lent tires. Tic Parade formed on the hard surface h and tit to Point just outside of Effingham and then marched along the main of the City and broke j ranks in tile City Park. During the Parade Hie Street was lined Vav till hundreds of people. Several men in tin Parade distributed free horns to the i boys and girls among the Suie tillers. In the City Park tit least 3,000 people assembled to Bear the Atchison band and tile glee club and to Sec the i antics it hic a would be comedians j among Hie Kiev quinns. The band played to very appropriate program the Gaza too hand directed by f. M. Woodford who a Jis also drum major in the Parade played a program that a Jis anything out appropriate it lid musical. The outstanding features of the evening s entertainment were the band laude the glee club and a sketch Stag cd by Horace handler Clyde stuffer. Claude Warner and miss Mary Katherine Sheldon All of Atchison. And John Cannon of Kansas City. Or Cannon a Jis the quot imported per Hafis the Best stunt was the revolver hooting by or w. K. Fast. Mrs. Jameson took to position against i in upright Board Aud lighted elec Trie ugly bulbs were outlined lignin i Lier Beautiful figure and or. Fast to pieces with unerring broke three bulbs with committee to Start hearing september 2. Two pm Otmis made defense gets murder Case the Atchison county 1924 wheat crop is Worth Over a Quarter of a million More than when it was Cut Clyde Reed spoke to 300 attempt made to impeach state witness. Smaller crop of cereals world production a Good bul less than 1923. I by t i quot associated prot borne july 28 Prospect year s Cecal crop throughout world indicate n yield of trifle in than the average Lait considerably average for t his the Dor hell Vav the Point attained last season according to a report is in d today by tilt International Institute of agriculture liaised on data received front Jill Colin t ties. Quot in tile my in a the report declares quot it May to affirmed that Hie yield in Northern and Northwestern Europe will be somewhat above the average and that of Central Europe quite Good. U bile drought Bas reduced tin crops to i ado w the average iii South and Southeastern Europe quot in Canada the wheat acreage is four per cent less than last year and the crop Lins been backward hut the latest forecasts have been More favourable. Tile most i cent reports have Jilson been Mort favourable for Cereal crops in general in the United states. Miss Barrymore wins suit actress granted $2,008 allium iii for each of three children. Aryl St Confidence gangs it men alleged to have obtained $ i Hoo too fraudulently Montreal. July 28. The arrest of Nix men. Two of whom quot English Chappie quot Lewis alias Edward Long and George Wallace wore arraigned in police court today marked tin drive skirted recently by the Canadian and United states secret service against a gang of International Confidence men who Art alleged to have swindled Tenniss visiting Montreal during tin last six weeks of More than a million dollars. The two prisoners arraigned today Are charged specifically with having obtained $27. Too under false pretences from ii l. A Ristic of Chicago. I owls was held without Hail and Wallace wits also committed to prison because of ids inability to furnish Bond for Sio hid. They were arrested As they were about to Hoard a train for new Stork. Fourteen la Frt in a foal mine Accident. Uniontown pa., july 28�?fourteen Tutti were injured seven seriously in a fall of slate in the Lamont mine of Jolln ii. C. Erick Coke company three Miles North of Here tonight. Three of tin men suffered fractured backs Aud their condition at the Uniontown Hospital is said to in critical. New York july 28 Ethel Barrymore the actress who is the divorced wife of Russell g Colt was granted an annual allowance of $2.ooh for each of i Lier three children and $18. Kio to reimburse Lier for their support and Oil u cation by surrogate Foley today. Tile funds will be received from $50, oui Trust funds created for each of tile children under the will of their Grandfather tile late colonel Samuel p. Colt. Miss Barrymore petition that sin received no Alimony from Lier former husband and that he furnished nothing toward tin children s support. She stated she was de pendent for Lier own support solely on Lier in Ming As an actress. The three children Are Samuel. 15 years old Ethel in 12. And John Drew la. They live with their Mother at Man Maronek a y. Socialists denounce klan Lafollette Wheeler ticket endorsed at new York convention. New York july 28�?tile kit flux klan was denounced by name and the la Follette Wheeler ticket was endorsed by Tho state socialist convention today. Tho endorsement marked tin first instance in which the state socialists have endorsed candidates outside their own party. When Morris Hill ult Eastern manager of hic Tai Follette Campaign was asked about mayor Dylan s offer to be the candidate of the progressive movement for governor he said quot Dylan is not acceptable to any of tin group in the progressive shot tile bulbs aim. Duce in one shot. Mrs. Jameson was in the limelight most of Hie time and a Jis at times a most indiscreet. When sin was introduced to professor William Davies Diin i actor of tie Atchison band he 1 kissed the professor before everybody. I tin re was also much excitement when aunt in in ii Peabody fainted. Slit c laps cd lit tile hand stand and for it i few minutes her condition seemed i critical hut she seemed to be All right ii half hour later and loud renewed Lier crusade against tobacco. Andy Gump was a disappointment. There were great cries for him to make a a Leech. But when in mounted a piano Box tile Box Bruke and rattled i iii to sin la an extent hint lie forgot ids speech. As he stepped off the improvised platform lie was then was another disappointment while professor Angelo Shtaif Flefil it was attempting to photograph Hie vast audience ids revolving camera blew up. As in retired from the platform lie was rearing his hair Ami saying unkind tilings about the Kiwan ians. The program was into in getting started As Tho big Lins that carried the Atchison band suffered to puncture a few Miles out of Effingham the Luis was generously donated for he occasion by the White line co., which operates Between Atchison and St. Joe. Scenery a id other articles need d fur the evenings fun were hauled from Atchison to Effingham by to truck voluntarily donated by Tho Atchison package delivery and Transfer co. After the band concert the Community club of Effingham served quot real tits to tin principals in the entertainment. Perhaps the Globe will lie criticised for doing it but it wants to quot expose quot the disguised Jie Yjih who were in the intrude and out Capers in the Park. The clowns wore Marvin Parker and or. C. R. Strode and tile quot mad dog they led around was mrs. Marvin Parker s dog Dodo. Dodo would t Hurt a Flea. Andy Gump was Jack said iii her j Garrison of i Boston store. When it comes to remembering a political speech Jack knows till about merchandise. Aunt Sarah Peabody who scolded Hie men for using tobacco was Bill Peltzer dressed up in mrs Peltzer a Only party gown. Professor Shiloff Leoet was a. W. Loren. The Brazen woman mrs Jameson or. Charles Robinson. A tile tinier of Shady Bend a was or Cowan. Marshall hey was by pm. Members of tin Atchison glee club which Sang six numbers during the band concert int or missions were Lonnie Childs John Koontz Evan tensing Horace Chandler Kent Gaylord Harry Wallace Fred Kenner or. Bella Brown Claud Meyer. Holmen Peterson or. A. E. Kicks Aud de. A Bratney. Ralph Fletcher directed the club and Wallace Brecken played Paul meat s. Was old be Tom thi Acom Shotton to succeed rim key in St. Dolls. Do i Las Texas july 28�? Bort shot ten. Outfielder and coach will eventually succeed Branch Hickey As manager of the St. Louis nationals. Senators Couzens and Watson review events leading up to the decision. Washington july 28.�?Secretary Mellon s enforcement of prohibition is to be investigated coincident with the Campaign hut the sudden decision of the Senate committee charged with the task to go ahead brought out formal statements today from senators Watson. Indiana and Couzens Michigan. Republicans explaining their Conception of events leading up to it. Senator Couzens was elected luring the Day As chairman of the committee in place of senator Watson who id a ated his desire to retire but not until iii bad concluded to two hour interview wit ii president Coolidge. Senator Watson then went to Tho White House and later the two senators made Public their statements. Meanwhile. Democratic members of the committee. Senators King of Utah. And Jones of new Mexico although officially silent made it Clear tim they were for investigation nil vol immediate Nill bad been Jill along. The committee rejected the proposal t lint Francis i Doney. California1 graft prosecutor to retained us special counsel Lur authorized Electron by senators Couzens mid lout s of some i one Elst for the work. Nepi Enisher 2 j was fixed As the Date for open hearings in Washington in Ney s name lout been brought Forward originally when the committee a Jis holding hear rigs during the session of Congress and it had aroused Bitt r debate in tile Senate. At dint time die committee was devoting its attention to it an investigation of flu internal Rove-1 Nile Bureau and Hix questions in Gen Cronl. Ii in i the charge was made and denied that then was a quot drive on against Secretary Mellon. Explaining the Eom Mitree decision senator Couzens. Who wit ii Tho to. O democratic members holds die majority vote said quot til tuesday july 22. Senator wat son called Rue at Detroit on Tong us to nil a Telephone and said mat senators King and Jones Wen in ins office and that they were till desirous of inning i meeting and wanted in know when i could attend. Quot of was in die midst of my Campaign and told him Tiu if if do meeting was wanted at once i could come. So i cancer Hal several engagements to attend a meeting. Fri Driy of this Ween. Tile Date was satisfactory to senator Watson Wile was on the Telephone so i left Detroit thursday and we Mer iii senator Watson a office Friday i morning july 2.7. At which time Semi j tor Watson said he personally was opposed to going ahead with the in vesti gation and. If die committee Rte cities to go ahead lie would in pc to resign us chairman which Fie did. The committee then accepted his resignation and elected me As chairman senator Watson wired senator Ernest i Republican i Kentucky at Denver and got Bis permission to cast Evsi ballot. Quot considerable discussion was bad As to tin selection of an attorney re study the complaints and prepare for a continuance of the investigation. Tin committee by unanimous vote decided to Lea it die selection to die chairman. Senator Watson and senator Jones however. Senator Watson asked to be excused and was excused and the selection of the assistants necessary for the committee was left to the decision of senator Jones and myself. A a Resolution was passed authorize ing tin chairman at die instance of j any member of the committee or on ins own elect Ion. To ask die Treasury department for tiny information that any member of the committee might i deem necessary or desirable for carry ing Oil tin investigation. Quot it was the impression of Tho com Mitt be that if reasonably prompt ac-1 Don was had in his securing an Jitter Jacy and Otler help it would take the month of August for them to get organized and make plans for opening thi hearings coupled with the fact that several members of do committee had prepared certain questionnaires whelp they desire inc Treasury department to answer. Iii View of tills it was decided that Tho commute would then adjourn until to a in. September 2. Every Resolution was unania measly carried. Quot it is tin committee s intention to investigate the income tax unit and the prohibition unit of tin internal Revenue Bureau for tin purpose of seeing whether the Laws Are being prompt try carried out. Anil if any amendments to do Law would prove die functioning of the internal Revenue Bureau. Thi committee i going into do matter with to entirely open mind As by conditions Aud tis to what they might find or to comm i to con Gross w in ii if convenes again senators Couzens Aud Jones left Washington immediately a her the a Ion lint or. Couzens Saiid he would return within ten Days. Hoppe gets his me decree filed following jury verdict against Champion s wife. New York july 28 an interlocutory degree of divorce signed by jus tile Wagner in Hie suit brought by Willie Hopes billiard Champion against mrs Alice Beatrice Hopes was flied in tile office of the county clerk today. The jury before whom the ease wus tried rendered a verdict against mrs. Hoppe of evidence obtained in a raid on a room it a hotel Here where it was charged she was found with a Man. The Hoppes were married iii 1910 in Baltimore Sud have two children. Claims quot Iron Clad Case states attorney Crowe insists upon Gallows for Loeb and Leopold. Kansas girl Dies making i d ites. Wichita kus., july 20�?while making mud pies with Ber three Small Brothers in her backyard Here late today Irene Fay Zackula. Four year old daughter of or. And mrs. Mike Zackula was electrocuted when she stepped on an electric motor Oji rating a water pump she died almost instantly More than in hours use of ii Pul motor failed to resuscitate the girl. Last night in Public meeting at Lions Park. Roy Wilson introduced him i by the associated press Chicago. July 28�? Hope of saving Nathan Leopold jr., and Richard Loeb from the Gallows entered tonight in the plans of their counsel to demonstrate a degree of mental Irres Yinsi vilify for their crime due to diseased quot the defense will contend a said Clarence Harrow chief attorney for do Youthful slayers of Young Robert Franks quot that the boys have diseased minds Anil that they were nut responsible for the ail Index of tin line of defense was afforded by the appearance in court today of William j. Healy of Boston and or. Benjamin i neck of new York two noted alienist specialists in juvenile delinquency. They were add iii to a staff of five Chicago alienist selected by the defense to present the Young men s debility to judge John ii Caverly chief Justice of the criminal court of Cook county who must fix the penalty for the defendants. One of the grounds on which the defense will base its Pica for mercy v Huie t be youth of Leopold and Loeb. Neither is Twenty years of age. Almost simultaneously after die week end adjournment of tin penalty advisory hearing. States attorney Robert e. Crowe in charge of tile prosecution declared in reference to tin state s plea for the Dewith penalty a i tii Ink we slave made oui an ironclad or. Crowe Hail to touch lint Tom in Hie pit which for Lour Days had sup plied seemingly endless material f it a quot the mountains of evidence quot which lie said would place the wealthy Young College students iii the Shadow of the Hangman s noose. Ile expects to Sera tie hit Bottom clean monday. Or. Harrow and his colleagues iii the defense. Benjamin and Walter Bach null. Struck Blick at the testimony of a state witness today for the first time. Or. Harrow attacked As a falsehood tile Story of detective sergeant James j. Cortland that Leopold Brilliant student of Law and ornithology. Who believed lie had quot important work to do for the world in ii told the officer after his confession that when he determined to seek life imprisonment in Stead of death As his punishment in would plead guilty before quot a Friendly Cortland maintained the trill ii of Bis remark. It was tile first attempt of Hie de Fen be to break Down the testimony of a state wingless. It consumed virtually the entire Short session today. Quot now. Or. said or. Harrow after More than an hour s stub Horn Cross examination quot Don t you know that tilts conversation about n Friendly judge was pure fabrication concocted for tile Pun lose of Intima diet ing this court 7�?� quot no sir it was not quot the witness replied. Or. Harrow led tip to his accusation without revealing his purpose. He asked the witness first about his record in Ila police department Anil brought out that Cortland iii twelve years experience had worked chiefly As ii police stenographer mid clerk. Tile witness described Bis Billot of making either shorthand or longhand hides of with prisoner and of hiking Down their formal state meats by direct dictation on the typewriter. He said he had made numerous notes of conversations with Leopold to nil produced them confidently. Or. Harrow had the witness Point out the summary headings on a Leon fashions a quot sorry for crime quot and other subjects Oil which Gortland had tried to draw out Leopold a thoughts. He also brought out that on june 1 5, Gortland started writing out ii full report of his activities in the ease for the superintendent of the City police Ile Pii it meat. Tin Cross examiner developed that the detective and Leopold were alone when the alleged remark about a quot Friendly judge was made although the other Eon versa t ions were generally before witnesses. Going Back to the report or. Harrow asked if it contained any reference to the remark. Quot i am not sure quot said Gortland. Quot search and Sec quot said the attorney. The witness found not lung that in had stilted had told John Savage an assistant state s attorney and several newspaper reports a bout the remark but had first mentioned it to Hie states attorney. July 24. Previous in. Gortland had admitted talking of Hie ease Ami the personality of Leopold wit to quot whoever asked me in amt or. Harrow went Back to the official report. He asked about the finn consumed iii completing it. Quot just give your Best judgment. I am not trying to get you to say some tiling you might not want to quot he assured the witness. They agreed on two or Throe weeks ii Ibe interval. There were ii few More Perfino tory questions. Then or. Harrow suddenly raised his voice and shot ids accusation of falsehood. Gorton min a denial came without hesitation. Or. Crowe on redirect examination brought out hint Gortland had volunteered tin information thursday evening. Attorney Harrow gained the lost word by having Portland state again that he had written out in full a conversation with Leopold at the hotel i. Salle but had written nothing on the defendant s alleged Hope for the quot Friendly in the presence of the court Aud spectators today the hearing of the defendants was iii marked contras wit ii that of previous Days. Earlier in the week they sat for noticeable intervals apparently Laving books close for primary registration is comparatively Light for election August 5. Judge Reed outlined his purposes in a most interesting discourse. Seven thousand and Twenty two Atchison persons Are registered for the primary election August 5. The poll books closed at to of clock Friday night. There was no last minute activity not Many registered Friday. Those entitled to vote at the primary include 3,807 men and 3,215 women. T in total is 309 smaller than that for the a flite election in november two years ago. The total that year was 7,531. It is expected the registration a i 11 lie five or six Hundred larger for the election this fall than j for the primary and will Compart favourably with Hie total for 1922. I the figures for the primary follow men women total i s Ward. 888 4 18 1858 e. 2nd Ward. 428 432 880 w 2nd Ward. 493 433 928 e. 3rd Ward. 39 381 771 w 3rd Ward. 101 388 787 flt u it ii Ward 585 129 934 n. 5th Ward 48 t 412 898 s. 5th Ward. 495 374 is i i 3807 3215 7022 Baptist lecturer killed former Deputy sheriff held for shooting at Texas foils. Situ Anto Ritj Texas. July 28�?j. L. Culpepper 85. A Baptist lecturer Anil a worker for the better government ticket in the local primary Campaign wits shot Ami instantly killed at liar Kundaje Box late this afternoon. Jim Lubbock former Deputy sheriff is being Beld by Hie sheriffs office. Lubbock was roughly handled by the crowd of the polls before being taken into custody. A second shot fired after Culpepper had then shot through the heart was fired into the crowd without causing injury. Wichita people disregard an old Tornado theory Wichita kus., july 28 the old Indian legend that tornadoes never strike where two Rivers con verge us is the Case sit Wie Hitu. Is not sufficient Protection for a number of residents Here judging from tin estimate made today by insurance agents on the amount of Tornado insurance written Here since the disastrous Tornado struck Augusta two weeks ago. More than half ii Milton dollars Worth of insurance against wind has been written Here since the Augusta storm. Only casual attention to the proceedings. They talked Light hearted a and whispered frequently in Jovial mood to their attorneys and guards. Today however Hie ids it through the two hour session under apparent self restraint. They appeared to strict attention to the trial and Spike to each other Only on two or three occasions in Sharp contrast to tin Jaunty Demeanour of other Days. And yet outside the courtroom tile restraint seemed to Fly to the winds Ami the easy nonchalance of the Young St to dents wus again iii evidence. Quot with our look and Harrow s brains i think Well get along pretty Well quot was Leopold s comment after he and his fellow prisoner were Yukon Hack to jail. Nathan Leopold s spectacles set iii an imitation to Oist Shell Frame the slender clue on which tin state s attorney begun the examination of the two youths were again before tin court today they were identified positively by Jacob Weinstein head of Hie optical House which produced them to Thor. Constructed according to tin Specif Leat ions on a Job ticket bearing Leopold s mime. The prescription had been previously identified by Hie optician who Drew up the formula. Added also to the Mountain of evidence today were half a Hundred Large photographs taken by the Date s attorneys forces during the investigate ton. I hey were taken the state explained to preclude the loss of important parts of in Story through the possible inaccessibility of witnesses. All were identified by Edgar la. Yates the photographer in charge. William f. Burlies chief clerk in Lite auditing department of tile pull mull company the third Stute witness today and in seventeenth for the hearing hut the Parker car ticket sold tile Day after the murder calling a seat to Michigan City. Ind., never had been used he affirmed unit the ticket possibly Laid Imen purchased for the Pur lose of affording tim purchaser entry to tin car. It was on Hiis car hint tin second Ransom letter instructing Jacob Franks. Tin victims father Hon to Dejk Isit his Ransom Money was found there the Story stopped. Do monday tin state plans to offer testimony calculated to identify the hand writing of tin prisoners. Then will Conte tile testimony of John Levinson son of another wealthy Farmer who was once considered As i possible victim of tin layers instead of Young Franks and Irving Hartman a school mate who was the i t person to see Franks alive. The grand finale of Hie state s Case prof ably will come in the afternoon when Wilt in called to read the certificates of the defendants then per Hui a tuesday morning the defense will begin. Atchison met judge Clyde m. Reed of Parsons kus., a candidate for i Republican nomination for governor of Kansas for the first time last night in a Public Way. Judge Reed has been in Atchison on several occasions do past three years to conduct hearings for the Kansas court of Industrial relations of which he was a member for several years or to address the dinner clubs but last night he was Given his first Opportunity to speak in Public. In his address. Judge Reed outlined in Brief die principles that will govern his activities in ease the Jie Opie of Kansas choose him As their next chief executive. Judge Reed declared himself As favouring the curtailment of the pardoning activities of the governors office lie announced that he would install a sound business system in Fin state banking department he stated that lie would continue ids activities. To secure for do Farmers of Kansas a reduction in the freight rates applicable to Grain and Grain tired nets from Kansas to the great world markets. Judge Reed a Jis introduced by c. L. Wilson of Atchison As a Man who would quot be Fiir to All tile people a real product of a candidates for almost All of the Public offices from county commissioners on i Promise tax reductions when they Are judge Reed stated. Quot but none of them Ever did. Quot two years Ngo we had a stare candidate who made great promises of tax Relief hut he has t delivered a was a matter of fact the governor of Kansas has very Little to do with taxes. Only about ten per cent of your taxes Are for state pure roses Hie Hail knee Jib for county Aud City and District and other taxes Over who i a governor Lins no influence. The Only thing a governor can do is to administer his office in the most economical and business like manner. Quot when the jury and a judge in Fence Ait offender against our Laws to the Penitentiary and the sheriff takes him to the Jien ii Promise right now Flint i will keep the offender there at Levist Long enough for the sheriff to get borne. There is too much of die personal and the political in this a Rob business. That condition has brought it into disrepute. Society As Well As the offender deserves consideration. And ii is that society gets it. Quot no question is More important to tie state than re administration of its Hanking judge Recd declared. Quot Kansas has a Hank Ger Anty Deposit Law. With which i Ani iii sympathy. Die past two years this department has been tile football of Jolli ties. If i Ani elected governor i will place a thorough business administration into tin state banking department and i la entirely eliminate Jolli ties from it. Quot i believe it free speech a free Viress. Equality under the Law. And the right to worst iii its the citizens please. I want to he governor of Kjin Sas on any other basis a there is a i Rudston on the ballot this year in the form of an amendment to our state const if it Ion. Widen if Biassed will a it Ernist of i reclassification for tax purposes. I Hope if will pass. Kansas Hasni to materially revised its Laws regarding classification for trix Jurjo its a since i still and. Tin Kansas Laws Are antiquated \ ask you to vote for this provision that our next legislature May proceed with a revision of the tax Laws. And bring under taxation some a properties which a Sewjie taxation under the present judge Reed outlined his plan. If elected governor to Cal into conference specialists from All Over flu state to advise with tin governor s office on mutters Aji plying to Tate administration that the governor s office might he informed on conditions throughout the state before proceeding with certain propositions. Judge Reed also declared that it would he his to continue the fight to secure Dacre Jisc freight rates on farm products from Kansas to the larger Grain centers to a Refl Lef measure for the Kansas Farmers. A Kansas wheat and Flower 1ms in longest rail haul of any of tin win at producing states quot judge iced outlined. Quot if the rates charged tor Long hauls Are High the Farmer is. Wheat from the Canadian wheat i Cit eau in hauled to the bake Superior markets for twelve cents i Rushet while it costs Kansas Farmers 28 and 27 cents a Bushel to haul their wheat to Galveston the nearest Chi Ert Point. Both hauls Are i r approximately id Miles. Quot freight rates quot ii in Lieut from Kansas to Pittsburgh used to by 28 cents a Bushel. 32 a tits a Bushel Ami to it big ii he rates that used to in 25 cuts to i us hoi. Are now to cents a Bushel quot of you nominate and a it it a judge Reed declared in closing "1u he your servant my Only premise to that ill serve the Jie Opio it of Kansas with the Sam Energy in Llic governors office stat i have used tie past three or four years As a servant of the people of my own state a it it or Lac Are Buttermilk is said to diet in the treatment eases Aud is get be ally venting the Decoi Sposi do bowels. By an there Are world War states. Approximately Sui by veterans in the i u. Of id it

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