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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Bakersfield, California Vol. 40. No. 24bakersfield, California. Sunday july 27, 1924 Price five cents Persia to receive Blunt protest in mrs. Imbrie s Case United states views1 cause of stiff to it of note to Persia recent incidents with concern Teh Kran must preserve order official laxity not to re tolerated by America act of fanatic religious feeling is at Bottom of last outrage my l a ak��<-iii4�-i1 i or so Washington july 2g.�? a Blunt statement that the Washington government views with grave concern Indi nil men suffered at Teheran let a . Katherine g. Imbrie of the american View a Consul who was incur red by a mob in that City is to be pre-1 sen ted to the persian govern intent. The communication is expected to make it Plain that the. United states holds that Persia must take whatever Steps Are necessary to insure efficient cooperation on the part of its sub ordinate officials and police in order that adequate Protection for All americans May be assured. Story of assault Kornffld at Teheran a a Druid to the state department today t licit on tuesday a persian youth Grabbi a i Vtipil worn Liy airs uni holc 1 and Aii Quot in ted to tear it from her. During tic alack he spat upon liar. A native policeman was believed to have witnessed Llie affair from a distance,1 i>111 did not interfere. Mrs. Irn Lirie was Ridi is with the wife of one of the of flyers of the american Mission when the out nine occurred. I the incident prompted the state department to expedite its handling of the Case of the murder of vice con i Sill Imirie. Previously it had been expected that the Washington gov eminent would await a Complete investigation before voicing its desires to the persian government in a formal i Way i oth in the mob attack upon Ishrie ind his companion a Lellyn sey Mour also i american and in the unprovoked insult to mrs. Ishrie a however there is evidence to of i vials Here of a laxity on the part of persian police to Sav nothing of charges that persian soldiery were in j eluded in the mob which killed in a Lirie. Receipt is awaited no official admission could. In1 of it the state depart ent today that a note already had been Dis patched but it was Learned tint the first o Licino expression of i i department s views on the situation at Teheran was Likely to be made Public parly next week. Diploma tic custom requires that announcement of the dispatch of such communication shall he withheld in Washington until minister Kornfeld at Teheran shall have loud the Opportunity to preset it to the i Vislai foreign minister. Trials Here recognize that the attack on mrs. Ishrie l probably was the ret of a fanatic. They also Are aware of Ali disturbed situation in , clue to the religious controversy rasing there Anil have been a at lied at the prompt action taken by the persian authorities in connection with ill murder of or. I Ihrie. Action needed the repetition of the attack upon americans which already has occurred in the insults to mrs. Ishrie. However has led to a feeling in official quarters that the persian government should take further Steps to impress upon its police and other officials their obligations to extend every possible Protection to americans. The communication to the persian government is expected to bring out sharply that viewpoint. A occur your Progress and Prosperity a absolutely dependent won the Money that is spent o in Kern county Maricopa Flats Well j on production at 1,500 barrels territory was once abandoned new producer is three Miles Northeast of transport no. 1 i land was cheap it a mrs. Robert Imbrie wheat futures could have been had in Vicinity for $100 an acre t. Aft july 26.�?upsetting All traditions in the history of the local Fields for abandoned territory the Cali Vada Well no. 1, in Section 34, 32-24, Maricopa Flats has just been brought on production by the Taft Well drilling company with 1,500-barrel daily production. Drilling was com j., ,. Plated at a depth of 3,652 feet Chicago Market conditions let is said it and was commence show startling change about May l. From year ago a Gas pressure of 310 pounds was a a. Registered and an Oil test showed 21 f., ,. Savity with no water and a Good Chicago july 2 its rare that clean Era Rel of Oil. Officials stated such a startling contrast in Market his morning that the Sand was appear conditions can be shown As was the gently new unlike that formerly showcase on the Chicago Hoard of Trade ing in the. District. Today compared with a year ago. I that the remarkable showing of wheat today made a Steeple Jack ithe Kalivada Well has stirred the in Choih of p in a Bushel Here on top of j Terest of officials �11 Oil circles is recent gains. Last ,u0 to the fact that the Well was most be liveries of gtd in a territory of abandoned $1.00 a Bushel Wens in no Active development has of pro jell known in the District Lor several fragment revealed As to line planned by Darrow lie hurled at police witness detective accused of fabricating part of testimony youths hardened Federal Outlook Many spectacular year it this Linn win at Here were undo and below the estimated Cost diction the Market demoralized and brokers in a Rush to sell. Today there was an overwhelming Rush to buy and As much As a Bushel was paid. A Strong world situation with respect to grains coup de with continued reports of extensive damage to the Canadian wheat crop and in particular a greatly expanded general purchasing a Southeast was argued by Bakersfield movement were reasons advanced to a Oil men last evening. It was said that Day for the remarkable change from a the Well was but 55 feet deeper than tie situation last year. Some of the most experienced observers however siege declared in five More brazilian states says report is the pro a Buenos Aires july 2g.�?while brazilian official statements continue to insist that with the exception of ithe big Gusher Sand encountered on j Sao Pahlo the entire country is Calm the transport Bush lease on Sec i years i pick up Gusher Sand 1 that the Kalivada has picked up big panic ensues when excursion Steamer hits Abarge in Bay 12-2i�o, about three Miles to the described the appearance of the Market at the close today As strained and said that the Outlook was one which suggested caution. T koreans to form their own soviet Washington july 2g. A the korean commission Here today declared it had received a dispatch from a it Oul to the effect that the russian soviet government Luul derided to permit korean residents of russian territory to the transport Bush Well which has been one of the biggest producers Ever j brought in on the Maricopa Flat. G. Lewis has been drilling a num her of Wells in the immediate Vicinity of the Bush Well hoping to pick up Juhe Gusher Sand hut so far without i Success. The Lewis drilling is to Tho Southeast. George Hay prominent Bakersfield capitalist owns �120 acres of land in a Section to the Northeast of the Kalivada Well. Some of owners Jack Fowler and his brother of Tho Weed Patch District also own land in the immediate Vicinity of tha strike. Barclay Mcgowan estate W. Mcgrale and other Bakersfield people Are other owners in the area. Land in the Vicinity has been offered As Low As $100 an acre in fee within the past few weeks. Values will now soar it is said j W. Kelly w. Ii. Coons and 1m. Dunn have land �11 the same Sec i Tion. The Lakeview investment com a Pany also holds property in Section ?,4, where two water Wells were drilled years has Large holdings the Pacific Oil and the Shell Oil company hold a Large acreage in the Morris from his first wife mrs. Elsie j Vicinity of the new strike. The Shell Waterbury Morris granted in los a a gathered in leases to about 4000 acres Geles a year ago. Became final today. Since the first of the year to the miss Wyghtman became the Story 1 Northeast according to reports. Oil writer s Secretary after she had Colla men generally regarded the territory borate with him in arranging some As unfavourable for commercial pro of his novels for the screen. Their engagement was announced at a dinner in san Francisco immediately after Tho granting of the interlocutory divorce decree. J Morris in a statement today de dined to say where the first marriage ceremony for himself and miss Wigh Nuin took place but stated that it was outside California and Quot shortly after Quot the granting of the los an Geles decree. Governeur Morris to go through second Cere Mony with Secretary i Uty the Asmool Luord i rest it i san Francisco july 2c. A to i comply with the California divorce a Laws Gouverneur Morris fiction writ i or and the former miss Ruth Wight Man his Secretary and Collaborator i at Hollywood will go through a Sec a Olid marriage ceremony monday at Salinas. Calif., according to a state Zinent today by the novelist says the a examiner. The interlocutory decree divorcing and supporting the constituted government reports from various sources in Brazil reaching Argentina and Uruguay appear to contradict this. These reports include one considered to be authentic that the Federal government has declared a state of siege in five More states owing to unrest. These states Are Given As Rio Grande do sul matto Grosso Santa Catharina Sergipe and Bahia. Another says that the Federal Garrison in the state of Sergipe has mutinied and that two ships have left Santos with troops to put Down the movement. Still another declares that the revolutionary movement is prospering in Santa Catharina and Parana and in Tranquility prevails in Bah la Rio Grande do sul As Well. Reports from other sources describe the situation As unrest Ful so much so that the Federal government Feis to withdraw troops from some posts to Aid in the siege against Sao Paulo. Robertson is out in front expert see big review records broken by Panama canal candidate for governor of Texas with klan backing is ahead Dallas Texas july 2g.�?judge Felix Robertson the Kun flux klan endorsed democratic candidate for governor held his Early Lead Over his nearest Republican opponent when the returns from 149 of the 252 counties in the state had been tabulated by the Texas election Bureau. He had 7300 votes More than his nearest opponent Lynch Davidson. To. W. Davidson lieutenant governor was third with mrs. Meriam Ferguson the Only woman candidate a close fourth. T. W. Davidson and mrs. Ferguson see sawed for third place All evening. As returns came in Robertson gradually was increasing his Lead and the Texas ily tie is it Nii Uil i risk Norfolk va., july 26.�?the excursion Steamer gratitude with 288 employees of the Texas Oil company and member of their families on Board Sank off Craney Island in Norfolk Harbor Early tonight when she struck a sunken Barge. So far As it was possible to Check the passenger list late tonight no lives were lost though three persons two women and a Man were taken to a Hospital badly Hurt. Passengers return a the Navy tug Wyt Omito arrived at a the Portsmouth Navy Yard at 11 30 o clock tonight with 150 of the Mexcur zionists rescued from the sunken ves j Sel. The gratitude was not completely submerged and her passengers were taken off in Small boats sent from the \ new York Philadelphia and Norfolk j Railroad Steamer Pennsylvania and j several Harbor vessels and launches j which picked up the distress signals from the gratitude and hastened to the Rescue. Scenes of the wildest confusion were enacted on Board the stricken vessel when her passengers she was about to go Down. Many persons including women and children jumped overboard apparently fearing they would be sucked under when the vessel settled in the water. Others were hurled overboard by the Force of the on Barge some of those who leaped into the blackness of the Harbor below the sinking ship found they were standing in water Only knee deep having landed on the submerged Barge. Others were submerged to their necks and Many Hasty rescues were effected. The moment the vessel crashed her distress whistles were blown and the Pennsylvania just passing sent out boats to the Rescue. Other vessels in the Harbor immediately rushed to the scene and after a frantic half hour rescued the whole party it was believed. The Pennsylvania turned her rescued Over to the other vessels and proceeded on her Way to Cape Charles. Ily the a�0 a nerd Prev new York july 26.�?the tenth _ fiscal year of operation of the Pana \ l55ion Giulta Quot announced All Indica a canal which ended june 30, broke by the Axx Oriate or a in it London july 2t5.most of the Allied plenipotentiaries and experts in it ill previous records according to the official publication the Panama Canaj record was issued today. During the 12 months 5,6-is Ocean going ships. 5,230 of them commercial 141s United states government Craft a passed through the inter oceanic wat-1 Erway. Total tolls collected amount tons were that he would be the High Man in the gubernatorial race with Lynch Davidson probably second. If the same standing was maintained by later returns these two would enter the run off Campaign. Explosion in Oregon Farmer s Cabin leads to neighbor s arrest ily Tho a Mociln Ltd a i rent Salem ore., july 26. A a. W. Reauzen steel a Farmer living at Silverton is being held in the county jail Here today on a charge of alleged assault with intent to kill arising out of an explosion in the Cabin of Tom Graham a neighbor in which Graham was seriously injured wednesday. Graham was frying pancakes Over a stove in his Cabin when the stove exploded with tremendous violence throwing him to the far Side in the room and shattering pieces of the Iron stove Over the room. An investigation into the cause of the explosion by sheriff Bower at first revealed no evidence but the finding of a Block of Wood gave Tho first View that the explosion was the deliberate work of an intended murderer. The Small piece of Wood first attracted the attention of sheriff Bower because it was not like the rest of the Wood in the Yard. A care F. Niswander resigns Fresno july 26.�?j. F. Niswander today resigned As president of the Lassen saved by hard work residents assisted by tourists put out flames after Long fight Reno july 26.�?approximately 200 residents of Lassen county California and tourists saved the town of Lassen commonly referred to As Janes Ville from a Forest fire that raged in Hope for much from their looks and d Arrow s brain by Tho Chicago july 26.�?hope of saving Nathan Leopold jr., and Richard Loeb from the Gallows entered tonight in plans of their counsel to demonstrate a degree of mental irresponsibility for their crime due to Quot diseased Quot the defense will contend Quot said Clarence Darrow chief1 attorney for the Youthful slayers of Young Robert Franks Quot that it both boys have diseased minds and that they were not responsible for their acts. Quot the question of Legal insanity will not be brought Forth by the alienist appear an Index of the line of defense was afforded by the apr Ami amp a in court today of or. William Healy of Boston and or. Ben Afcin Gnu flak of new York two noted Eastern alienist specialists in juvenile delinquency. They were added to a staff of five Chicago alienist selected by the defense to present the Story of the Young men s of rental debility to judge John r. Caverly chief Justice of the criminal court of Cook county who must fix the penalty for the defendants. One of the grounds on which Tho defense will base its plea for mercy will be the youth of Leopold and Loeb. Neither is 20 years old. Almost simultaneously after the adjournment of the penalty advisory hearing before judge Caverly state s attorney Robert e. Crowe in charge of the prosecution declared in reference to the state s plea for the death penalty Crowe touches Bottom "1 think we have made out an ironclad or. Crowe had touched Bottom in the pit which for four Days had supplied seemingly endless material for Quot the Mountain of evidence Quot which he said would place the wealthy Young College students in the Shadow of the Hangman s noose. He expects to scrape the Bottom clean on monday. Or. Darrow and his colleagues in the defense Benjamin and Walter Bachrach struck Back at the testimony of a state witness today for the first time. Or. Darrow attacked As a falsehood the Story of detective sergeant James Gortland that Leopold Brilliant student of Law and Orin Tholey who believed he had Quot important work to do for the world Quot had told the officer after his confession that when he determined to seek life imprisonment instead of death As his punishment he would plead guilty before Quot a Friendly Gortland maintained the truth of his remark. Insists on truth it was the first attempt of the defense to break Down the testimony of a state witness. It consumed Ful examination revealed that the virtually the entire Short Bession to Wood had been hollowed out and a stick of dynamite inserted and capped with a Wood plug. Details of the Way in which Steele was connected with the crime were not made Public today. Firebug causes enormous loss b Minturn v ice pres i d e it s u cd e de s a ins controlled according to dispatch a. Mituru vice Prebi Ueni succeed Viva run stafa Tournai him. Stahl so Quot Ali or own Republican gov. A Ami conduct their National Hod plenipotentiaries and experts in de t0 or Ujj monthly aver a a a a a Quot Cui a it the Vicinity throughout the afternoon affairs under that eluding the american official and in i a of s2.024.29i. The total cargo California peach and Fig growers As the e started at Quot o n today and the first step it was stated will official observers and advisors and the a passed through the canal was 27,218, Socia Tion. His resignation being a j a a orned Over a Large area before belie a Eon vexation representing All to visiting Bankers today left the prob a is tons a monthly average of a opted by the it Board of directors. W. Riib in the russian maritime prov lems of the iii rallied conference to -.268,244 tons inces. Ithe soothing influence of England s i leisurely weekend while they them Brookshire no. 12 in Perkins estate closed selves sought relaxation from the rep i taut. July 26.�?Brookshire Well Oakland july 26 a final Distri rations Parley away from the Brit no. Is in the North Midway Section Button of the estate of the late sen ish capital. 24, 31-22, was brought on production Ator George c. Perkins on time gov t most of the delegates were on yesterday in 260 barrels. Upon the error of California was ordered today Hoard the guest ships. Which followed completion of the contract with the by Superior court judge George san in the Wake of the Royal yacht from Taft Well drilling company the urls. The estate is Nivea oried at which the King reviewed the British Brookshire drilled in with Cable $1.127.&Quot&Quot>7. Fleet at Spithead this afternoon. Tools and struck at 2,400 feet. The weather san Joaquin Valley fair and moderately warm sunday Light northwesterly winds. Temperatures Bakersfield yesterday maximum .9s minimum .65 j Day. Quot now or. Officer said Darrow at the conclusion of More than an hour s stubborn Cross examination Quot Don t you know that this conversation about a Friendly judge was pure fabrication concocted for the purpose of intimidating this court Quot Quot no sir it was not Quot the witness replied. Or. Darrow led lip to his accusation without revealing his purpose. He asked the witness first about his rec in the police department and by the Amor lated pre Aii Yakima wash., july 26.�?police were tonight holding Vernon Neilan Ord aged 24, who they said walked ii Ito brought out that Gortland in 12 years the police station at 5 o clock this afternoon and admitted that he started the fire which Early this morning burned out a Square Block in a he heart of Yakima s fruit and produce warehouse Section with a loss of experience had worked chiefly As a police stenographer and clerk. The witness described his habit of making either shorthand or longhand notes of conversations with prisoners and of taking Down their formal state to the Nevada state journal one Home was damaged and a Cabin destroyed. Residents of the town moved their possessions for wifi the path of the from the Axle Boyc of a freight car and flames and All livestock was turned tossed it into a pile of boxes beside Loose. The h. J. Hafener building and set it a second fire in Lassen county afire. Detective w. W. Caldwell who which started this morning was re investigated declared he had found ported 12 Miles Southwest of Susan that the waste had been taken from Ville. It was confined to a Small area. The Axle Box described. $440,000. No charge had been placed ments by direct dictation on the Type against Neilan and chief of police writer. He said he had made no a a my Sperr said he would be held for serous notes of conversations with Sanny examination. J Leopold and produced them con according to the police Neilan de \ a intently. Cleared he pulled grease soaked waste notes on Case or. Darrow had the witness Point out the summary headings on Quot confessions Quot Quot sorrow for crime Quot Quot motive land other subject on which Gortland had tried to draw out Leopold s i continued nip amp be two

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