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Bismarck Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Bismarck, North Dakota North Dakota s oldest newspaper the Bismarck Tribune the weather mostly fair tonight end Tum Day. Not much change in temperature. Established 1878 Bismarck North Dakota monday june 23, 1930 Price five cents six die in id West heatwave Legge expects coops to hold 1930 wheat to puns made for if cram m expects Grain corporation to handle bushels without pegging Price will retain 1929 surplus it is difficult to predict results of operations in present situation Washington june co operatives probably will voluntarily bold wheat of the 1930 crop so Long As the Price la Low Channan Legge of the farm Board said today in discuss ing the emergency created by the cur rent Market slump. The Board Legge said has made no definite plans for emergency stabilization of either the 1930 wheat crop or the 1930 Cotton crop. The banners National Grain corporation he said expects to handle upwards of 300 million bushels of wheat this year without pegging the Price the wheat stabilization corporation will presumably continue to hold the 1929 surplus he said in the face of a declining Market he explained he was not at Liberty to Dos com the amount by the latter because speculators might take advantage of the information. How important a Factor stabilization operations would be in the present situation would be difficult to de Termine he said because nearly All commodities and stocks were on the Toboggan Legge said the Board had not Cou template asking Congress for an additional As Haa been re ported. The tamers. Corporation he added would finance its operations largely through Loans from private agencies and the inter mediate credit Banks. Re said the Burden should not be heavy As plenty of Money is available at Low rates the chairman said he was favor ably impressed with the attitude of farm mortgage Bankers with whom he recently conferred in Chicago re Garding plans for their cooperation with the Board in the movement to reduce the wheat acreage indicating the Board was disappointed a the failure of Cotton grow ers to materially curtail production he said the acreage reduction was Small probably not Over s per cent universe is trying to commit suicide but soothes by saying it is still Good for Quita a few years Berlin june 23 that the universe is committing Sui cide was Laid before the delegates to world Power conference today by sir Arthur Stanley Eddington Brit ish astronomer from seeking to alarm his die Nee of engineers however the astronomer gave them a vision of the Vart supplies of Power which could be drawn from this orgy of self destruction if the scientists could find Way to harness it the extreme penetrative Power of the cosmic Ray discovered by Kohl Hoerter and by Robert Andrews Mil the american physicist indicated to sir Arthur that the source of the Ray probably was the self destruction of atoms divesting them selves to the last shreds of their Energy sad passing out of existence the rays Are passing in All directions through space proceeding from countless self slaughtered atoms and As he it the cosmic Ray is in effect the last moan of the suicide but inasmuch As atomic suicide must be committed by All available i atoms before the universe is annihilated. Sir Arthur gives the Cosmos As we know it quite a few vean to live too slow on draw prisoner escapes Kansas City june other name has been added to the Long list of Western peace who were too slow on the draw r r Knox Deputy United states marshal of Tulsa okla waited be tween trains yesterday in Kansas City with a prisoner Burrel Newton 23 Newton comp Kalnins of heat suggested a swim the pers Prinn Dep Uty said the suggestion seemed of him a Bright i4pft, so off to a Pool they went while Deputy Knox refreshed by his plunge slowly drawing on his trousers prisoner Newton the lad Irth the Bright idea slipped out of tha dressing room to spa Fri former woman governor to speak Here mrs. Noxie Tayloe Boss mrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross of Wyoming first woman Ever to be elected governor of a state in this country will be one of the principal attractions at the Chautauqua which opens in the Bismarck City auditorium tomorrow Man in woman s clothes sought As maniac Slayer killer document uj.4-3 44 Mutt be returned or death will Frohow York Man a woman s clothing was sought today As police began the second week of their search for the mad Slayer of two men in Queens. Meanwhile a Brooklyn newspaper distributor Meyer Newark received a letter threatening his death unless he returned document us 4-3-44" this the ninth letter purporting to have come from the maniac followed an alleged announcement saturday that his Mission of death was ended and that he was returning to Russia. Police were Uncertain As to the authenticity of either letter the theory that the maniac has donned woman s clothing to elude the police was advanced today after Mark e Brown. Manhattan reported that a person at first thought to have been a woman accosted him and his family As they were eating a picnic lunch in Queens yesterday and asked for a ride to new York they invited the woman to lunch with them. Brown said but As their guest took leave they noticed trousers under the skirt late news bulletins sentenced Fob asset rat Valley City. N. D. Jane a Jiey Valley City was sentenced to 15 months in the state Penitentiary for a Aalt and Battery with a dangerous weapon by judge p. O. Swensen Here to Day. John Mandson. Who was wounded when he was fired noon preferred the charge. Farmer takes own tote grand Forks n. In june from a neurons breakdown. Sit on h. Rannea so. Prominent Reynolds Farmer and former school Board member committed Mielde sunday Fly slashing his Throat. The bouy we Mounil near his Home surer Al hours later by and members of the family sats in 4 s More Money charges that the Independent administration is spending More Money than any previous administration were made by t h Thoresen nonpartisan league Campaign manager m a state ment issued today he declared the have failed to show their interest in and sympathetic cooperation to wards the Farmers cooperative organizations pertinent data county vote re Fly in the Baak Matt go Eoa aty win go to the polls wednesday la the primary from 8 a. To 7 p. M., it was Ann minced urls morning by a. U. Imm Mger Emty auditor. Who have not been Reg cred Mutt be registered before they Are allowed to cast ballots. A Toter May be sworn in at the Pfulb by a fellow voter with whom he is acquainted. Democrats will be supplied with Democrat and no party ballots while republicans will be supplied with Republican anti no party Many voters who Are to be away from Home election Day have already or will past their on absent ballots. Them Are being to the elec Tion in which they belong by or. Isaminger and will be counted with the regular ballots wednesday. Ballots for the various initiated and referred also will be Given to All voters. City voters arc urged by the auditor to study the rearranged election that they will know at what polls they Are to East their votes thus eliminating confusion. All county polling Onute the City of Bismarck Nave been supplied with ballot and election have been do trl buted. Ballot will be distributed wednesday morning in Bismarck by the sheriff and school problems aired at meeting of county boards annual session held at Patter son Hall today with Swain and Humpstone speakers Federal Aid is advocated Money the state is Able to pro vide held inadequate Tal clinics explained school officers of Burleigh county went to school today 200 Strong to hear an analysis of the educational problems common to every county in the state and to learn what can be done about them. It was the annual meeting of their county association and they met i Patterson Hall in Forenoon and afternoon sessions with a luncheon at the Patterson sandwiched in Between. P p Bliss of Mckenzie presided after Madge Runey county superintendent had called the gathering to order at 10 o clock mrs. Nellie Evarts served As Secretary. Singing of America opened the sessions and the invocation was spoken by Rev Floyd e Logee Palmer Speaks the leading speakers of the Day were c. C Swain president of May Volle state teachers College and of the state educational association and or Henry j Humpstone Psychol Ogist at North Dakota University or _ i Swain spoke on educational needs and trends and or Humpstone gave the association an idea of what the psychological movement in the schools mental clinics which seek to solve the of the mentally backward child they spoke at each session of the Day. The luncheon at Bertha Palmer state superintendent made an address special mute during the sessions the program was varied with special numbers be tween the talks there was a violin Solo by Lewellyn Kline. Sterling a vocal Solo carry me Back to Ole Virgin by by Madeline Boren Mckenzie in the morning and a piano duet by Vivian Larson and Katherine Hughes Mckenzie and a piano Solo by be mice Bliss Mckenzie in the afternoon or Humpstone described the work and purpose of the mental clinics one of which was held Here recently making it Clear that they were not on a basis of feeble mindedness but rather dealt with mentality below Normal with the slow or the Unen thus lastly Pupil who requires special educational handling perhaps in manual crafts instead of by books he said what was needed was More Money by which to expand this work these pupils Are a Brake on the Prog Ress of entire schools and the Educa Tion of the Normal pupils can be continued on Page nine proud parents of Young airman the Stork proved that he still is a flyer of importance when he brought a son to col and sirs Charles a. Lindbergh sunday the child has Light hair and Blue eyes and doting admirers say he looks like his famous father. Sixth attempt to end life succeeds los Angeles june Charles Stevenson 31 achieved a Suc Cess his body and that of Herbert Sorou Bert 23 were found in an automobile yesterday a rubber Hose having Eon eyed Carbon monoxide Gas to them from the exhaust of the running motor in Stevenson s pocket was found a newspaper clipping which revealed that he had failed in five previous attempts to end bin life Ibron to launch glider tomorrow slope City in anticipation of first event of kind in state special service Hebron. N d june 23 tingled today in anticipation of the launching of its glider the first event of its wad for North Dakota air minded citizens from All Over the Missouri have been tinted to attend the program and thousands of visitors Are expected the state s first All steel glider a Fol make its first official trip at 1 30 o clock in the afternoon a half mile North of the City the local glider club with the assistance of the Lions club and Busi Ness men. Have arranged an nil Day program. Many air planes will be in the City All Day for passenger flights. A base Ball game Between Hebron and Olen Ullin is scheduled to follow the launching program a dance a the evening will end the Day 9 Al leg Hebron s Ouder club u the first North Dakota organization to be Reg it Ify Slayer of newspaper Man Hunt red Forsythe As killer of Jake a Rigle Chicago reporter Chicago june 23 Dpi James Morsythe. Gun Toter and Lonna nemt1marks set by Grain Mart in Rush to unload july wheat Sells at Only one and a half cents above june 1914 Chicago june 23 the Grain Market found new Bottoms today in a general Stampede to unload then of roped its Way upward to an irregular finish july wheat sold at a mini mum of 89 i cents a Bushel Only cents above the Best Price of june 1914 the final prices for wheat were july 92 to 92 4 september 95 to h and december 00 4 to h these prices were 4 cent lower to cent higher than saturday j for a time the Market seemed demoralized heavy Selling orders meet Ting no response from buyers at one Lindy and Anne become parents of Blue eyed boy Illinois report readings above 100 Mark other Mississippi Valley towns affected maximum re ported is 110 thousands seek Relief two drowned while swimming at Des Moines four in Nebraska Lake Chicago june heat wave that topped the Century Mark shoved the Middle West into the we or yesterday the hottest spot in the Central area was Anna 111, with a temperature of 110 centrally 111., was runner up with 10s St Louis sheltered at 102 and Omaha neb was blistered with 10 Sioux City Iowa with 99, bad in hottest june Day since 1926 Cairo in Lincoln neb and Evansville and were one degree better off with 98 and Pipestone minn., reported 96. Beaches pools and lakes were crowded everywhere at Des Iowa two men drowned while swim Ming they were William Scribner. 18, and Lester Rees 25 although Chicago beaches will not be officially opened until next Satur Day thousands thronged them yesterday despite the absence of life guards. Four drowned saturday night when a boat capsized in a storm on reids Lake near Tryon neb. Congratulations exchanged by Byrd col. Tandberg new York june 23 of col Charles a Lindbergh and rear Admiral Richard e Byrd met today and exchanged congratulations col. Lindbergh the Admiral on his Conquest of the South pole Admiral Byrd congratulated Lindbergh on the arrival of a son yesterday. They met in the hotel Biltmore. Where Admiral Byrd is making his Headquarters and went immediately to the room of a Friend for a Good visit the tiring colonel was deluged with congratulations on his lather Hood when he arrived at the hotel but did not mention the subject him self he answered the congratulations. Colonel with Only a shy Grin Senate committee favors Navy pact approves treaty by 16-to-4 vote ratification at Spe Cial session forecast june 23 relations committee Washington Senate foreign today approved naval City Hall employee was hunted today As the Man who killed Tribune reporter Jake Lingle Forsythe whom judge John Lyle a year ago characterized As a potential killer is under a year s jail sentence for carrying concealed weapons the sentence recently was affirmed by the appellate court judge Lyle re called today that there had been much political activity in Forsythe s behalf at the time of the latter s trial on the gun carrying charge his Forsythe s friends among the politicians almost ran me to death to vacate the judge Lyle Sali i would not do it Forsythe the police recalled vis arrested in a raid on the Morin Rieuo gang Headquarters last deem Ber fled he was released when he Derti Kimseu As an employee of the corporation counsel s office Poi of at the time in commenting on his re lease said Morsythe was in the place innocently we sent there he in t a but today they hounded him for murder regains sight from flight in air plane Duquoin til june 23 Wyatt of Duquoin claims the distinction of being the first to regain the sight of an Eye As the result of an air plane filsht eighteen Jears Wyatt was kicked by a mule and lost the sight of his after three f am of 3 american Eye last week he wot .v7 weeks of almost steady f Ailous plane to big Sand Tenn. On the heavy Selling Early in the Day we author succumbs trip Wyatt said the Pilot did a Tew soon absorbed and prices worked fancy loops the sensation of which steadily higher Dur be the afternoon i Clarksburg w june 23 stored his vision t Long list of popular elot Fng Melville Mansson Post m Well known physicians Der to 00 a Bushel wheat sagged three cents below saturdays closing level and then came Back with a late rally lowest in 18 years on Minneapolis Market Minneapolis june s. Wheat prices today went crashing to the lowest Levels in sixteen years july futures skidding below the 90-cent Mark tire Val earlier than had been expected of Winter wheat in Quantity to terminal markets exemplified this morning by receipt of 75 cars of new Grain at Wichita. Kansas just about every imaginable Bear ish Factor combined to Dirve the quotations Down to the lowest figure since july 1914 As summed up by Minneapolis Grain men today the greatest in wheat since three years before the War was the direct result of the following factors Good Rains in the great provinces of Canada Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta ordered it senators Johnson Republican California and bal Stead. Farmer labor Minnesota announced they would submit minority reports the overwhelming support for the treaty in the committee was bellied to insure ratification of the pact when it is taken up by the Senate in special session those voting against the pact were Johnson. Shipstead. Robinson of in Diana and Moses of new Hampshire republicans Fargo robbers get in jewelry fair o n d june 23 proximately m 500 Worth of diamonds watches and Platinum dinner rings were stolen by burglars from the Royal jewelry company of Fargo 1 famous airman has no com ment following big event grandpa is proud Ole Wood n a june 23 and mrs Charles a. Lindbergh Are the parents of a son the baby weighing seven and three quarters pounds was born at ti5 p a. Eastern Standard time yesterday in the where his Mother the former Anne Morrow bom. She became a Mother in her 34th birthday aside from the statement of the baby s birth and his weight no de tails of the event were forthcoming fro the household of hrs Lind Bergh s parents ambassador and mrs Dwight w Morrow except the statement that Mother and baby were resting comfortably news of the Arrveal of the Lind Bergh heir spread rapidly to All parts of the country and to foreign shores and within a Short time a Parade of messengers with congratulatory Mes sages and bearing Flowers began to arrive at the Morrow Home radio stations interrupted their programs to broadcast news of the event which has been awaited with Lively interest for several weeks a name had not been announced for the new arrival but Charles a Lindbergh or. For his father or Wight Mono Lindbergh after his Grandfather were mentioned As prob Able choices the Only description of the baby was the statement of a servant in the Morrow household who was quoted As saying that he looks like his father he has blonde Blue eyes friends said colonel Lindbergh took the news of his son s birth with an appearance of outward Calm but that the Grandfather ambassador Morrow gave Frank expression to his elation they also said that the arrival of a boy conformed to the wishes of both colonel Lindbergh and his wife for a son Chautauqua will open in Bismarck tuesday evening veterans measure warning of possible veto not expected to Block Pas Sage of Bill Early sunday Entrance was gained by cutting through screening Over a transom and climbing Down a partition Stock Market Bounds i jeered the older _ upward after decline elation according to Emil Krauth president great eare has been exer new York. June 33 the Stock else in assembling the glider Market began the new week wry a to m t share higher and a few is Selling up i to More than 110 Stan t Hospital Here. Today in Noma or us but of a lews no arc Nunt for official newspaper the Bismarck Tribune Burleigh county s Home owned Home operated Home managed is a candidate for election As official newspaper at the primary election june 25. Burleigh county s interests Are the Tribune s interests. Whatever benefits bar Leigh county benefits the Tribune. This newspaper has kept that consistently in mind in its daily operations at All times. Service to its Community and to its great army of readers will continue to be its aim. Legal notices of vital interest to residents and taxpayers of Burleigh county Are published in the official newspaper. We believe the interests of the peo ple Are Best served by printing these in the Tribune the newspaper of the largest and most general circulation it is less costly to the county because under the Law Many notices and Legal items must be published in the daily newspaper am Way if one is printed in the county. The Tribune asks Jour consideration and will appreciate support Washington june 33 despite warnings of an impending presiden tial veto the Senate today approached a vote on the world War veterans compensation Bui with its sponsors confident of enough votes for passage administration leaders however declined to a dolt and pinned their Hopes of enacting a measure suitable to president Hoover upon s subs plan prepared by senator Reed of Pennsylvania a Roll Call today on the pending measure we assured by s unanimous consent agreement entered into last week it had steady been passed by the House and the Senate voting its approval it would go the conference As it was considerable modified by the Senate committee president Hoover set Forth his of Jec Lons to the Bill in a letter to sen Ator Watson the Republican Leader which was Given out at the House for publication today he c seized the measure Ajun sound and opposed to the Best Inte ests of the Vee ans he Wand to Erac men would probably increased axes if a at the close of the scr is of avoided be ate republicans a a a a on sep a or a b sub o be up Job can a r per of -01 Teaf witty comedy Beroa program mrs. Ross to speak five Days of Chautauqua open Here tomorrow evening in the auditorium the opening number will be the drama the big but a Good Many subscribers Are looking Forward to the appearance wednesday evening of Nellie Tayloe Ross former governor of Wyoming the first state executive of her sex the Story of the big Pond tells How a romantic american girl Falls in love with a Frenchman and con verts him into a real go getter in the business nor id it is a hilarious com Edy packed full of speedy wit and Clever sayings says the press agent with a plot that absorbs the interest throughout it is modern and timely in a fiction sense and proved an in Stant Success on Broadway it is said. Made Fine governor Nellie Tayloe Ross will speak on women in polities wednesday eve Ning her View is that women Are neglecting opportunities by not seek ing offices As Well As exercising the right of the ballot the latter activity in her opinion is not sufficient what women can do was illustrated by her own Case As governor of Wyo Ming and by contrast with the administration of a Ferguson in Texas which was marked with More or less of collapse due to former governor Ferguson interfering with his it Les attempt to run the Lone Star state mrs Ross succeeded to her of fice on the death of her husband and was elected by the largest majority Ever Given a gubernatorial candidate in Wyoming up to that time though one ran a a Democrat in a Republican state mrs. Ross is a Pood speaker and of a commanding personality though thoroughly feminine withal since re tiring from office she has occupied herself in Public affairs and the up bringing of her family which includes several sons other of week the remaining numbers of the week include Sorre Ntinos venetian Strol lers who will be on the afternoon pro Gram wednesday Maupin s flinging band on the program both afternoon and evening thursday and Staples the magician. Jesse Rae Taylor make up artist and ton Johnson pianist afternoon and evening per formers on the fourth Day the main evening feature of which will be 8am Ell who Bijj speak on Japan in myth and fact plan to Start on Ocean hop tuesday Dublin june 23 Charles Kuig Ford Smith the Lustra Han Alator plans to take off from the port Marnock runway for his Merit to the United states about five o c Ock tomorrow morning Captain Smith has Beer waiting he a for More than two weeks but has postponed his attempt re v because bad weather Somchee the Atlantic Ocean. Waits in vain for i red headed flame ver of june 23 b Azo v buttons Gray fir Avaid Cane Harry r a i n the of and Oen ra.1 n or by hip head in Ilon of in. Appeared c is bar to Aln at 5_

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