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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Charleston, West VirginiaPair West fair tonight and tuesday slightly warmer tonight. Final edition la Xxiii Charleston West Virginia monday evening june 23, 1930 12 pages Peice 5 cents Dyer s Bill u Senate leaders Call Hur ried conferences to consider matter passage is opposed president says tax boost would result supported by Hines Mellon also agrees with chief executive to Washington june 23. Republicans in conference today were unable to agree the question supporting president Hoover in his opposition to the 1 pending world War veterans pension Bill which was expressed in a vigorous statement yesterday. The measure was to be voted up in the Senate this afternoon under an unanimous consent agree veterans head William j. Murphy sir. Uurphy. Of Santa Ana calif., National commander the Dis Ahmed american veterans the world War in presiding at their convention which is being held at new Orleans. Film advertising will formed press agents adopt Hays suggestion to eschew superlatives crash injuries fatal to judge Lively s son Senate foreign relations com Mittee votes to recommend approval death Harry w. Lively ascribed to crushed Skull received league commission begins its Only 4 in opposition Johnson Moses Robinson and Shipstead fail to join majority Washington. June l 3 the London naval treaty moved a step neater ratification today when the Senate foreign relations com Mittee voted a 1 Avor Ahlo report the document. The vote was Ali to 4 for the treaty. Today s vote ended a six weeks fight by a handful committee opponents who bought to forestall favourable action. The treaty now May be formally reported to hit Senate at any time to await the extra session at which it will lie considered. Senators .1 h n s a California Moses new Hampshire and Koh Inson. Indiana All and Shipstead Farmer labor Minnesota voted against the favourable report. When Auto in route to fraternity convention turned Over curve near Lewisburg study ownership wailing Wall Harry w. Lively 25 years old. The son judge Frank Lively who j is president the state supreme court died monday afternoon at 1 05 j clock it a Ronceverte Hospital. Hold hearings Sliv ill a 1xuih-c 1c his death was inscribed to injuries suffered Friday night when the Auto tews and moslem to it i motile he was driving overturned a Sharp curve East Lewisburg. 5j.ujj t. Washington june 23. Married conferences were called by readers the various Senate groups to decide what should be done about president Hoover s Stern warn no against passage the pending world War veterans pension Bill which Vas scheduled for a vote before 5 p. The waa Ning. Issued from the White House last night caught More than a two thirds majority he Senate pledgee1 to pass in the. Bill which . Hoover stated would increase the expend for veterans by next year. It was particularly disconcerting the Senate because the president hinted his Secretary the Treasury the effect thai taxes would have to he raised again next year if the expenditures arc made. Tux increase seen since . Hoover vetoed the Spanish War veterans pension Bill two weeks Aso congressmen have known be intended to veto the pending bin. Hut they were rant intr to pass it Over his veto by n two thuds majority just As they did be veterans measure. As Hie member.-, Tho Butuso and slut ii one third the Senate up for reelection in the fall there been virtually no opposition to the measure. The resident s statement How Ever May change the complexion things. The president summed up his ideas As follows we have stretched government expenditures in the budget begin Ning july 1 to the utmost limit w our possible receipts and have even incurred a probable deficit principally for the Relief unemployment through expansion Public construction. Very additional Dollar expenditure Means an additional Dol Lar in taxes. This is no time to increase the tax Bureau the country. "1 recognize that such consider. Moons to till carry but Little weight with our people were the needs our veterans the Issue and were dealing with sound measures but As general Hines the veterans Bureau presents there Are conclusive reasons for opposing an in sound measure which is against the Best interests the veterans them selves and places an unjustified Load the taxpayers at a time when every Effort should be made to lighten it. I do not wish to be misunderstood. There Are cases veterans who Are in need help today who Are suffering and to whom i ear Nestly wish to see generous treat ment Given. But these situations do not reach anything like the dimensions these Mellon Hines a free accompanying . Hoover s lot Tor were missives from Mellon and general Hines. Mellon stated Ern i Liati Cally that if is added to existing expenditures he government will at least have to discontinue Tho 1 per cent tax reduction adopted this year and such t increased expenditure May Call for even higher taxes in order to main Tain a balanced plea at the moment is continued Page. Eight Rivers and weather new Yoke june l 3 no longer will a motion picture be described in the advertisements As a gorgeous glittering Genf Gargantuan the Presa agents film con Cerns affiliated with the motion picture producers and distributors America have agreed to eschew superlatives in their advertising. It was announced that they had adopted a code 12 articles to govern theri work in compliance with a suggestion made by will h. Hays head the producers and distributors. The 11. Articles adopted by the press agents Are 1. We subscribe to the code ethics the International Adver Tising association. 2. Good taste shall be the guid ing Rule motion picture Adver Tising. 3. Illustrations and text shall faithfully represent the pictures themselves. 4. To false misleading state ments shall be used directly implied. G. No text illustration ridicule any religion religious Faith no illustrations a charac Ter in clerical garb shall be shown in any Way but in a respectable manner. The history institutions and nationals All countries shall be a presented fairly. 7. Profanity and vulgarity shall 6 avoided. 8. Pictorial and copy treatment f officers the Law shall not be f such a nature As to undermine heir authority. 9. Specific details crime. In iting their imitation shall not be Secl. 1 to advertisements shall Bear in Nind that the use liquor in american life shall be restricted to he necessities characterization and plot. 11. A u d i t y with Metri Cious purpose and salacious posture shall lot be used. Court actions relating to Cen Oring pictures other censor hip disputes Are not to be capital red in advertising. Naval officer heard Washington june. Testimony that the United states would not have battleship parity with great Britain until All Ameri can ships the line Are modernized was Given before the House naval affairs committee today by rear Admiral George it. Rock chief the Bureau construction. Seven the 15 battleships which the United states would retain under the London naval treaty now before the Senate for ratification have been Are now being modernized. Measures to authorize for the modernization the Battle ships Idaho new Mexico. And Mississippi Are before the commit tee. Chief s signature is used by forger a Man who his name was Al Davis Drew a "0-Day jail sent ence monday in municipal court for an attempted forgery that was As audacious As a m a n could conceive. Davis Olic attempted to Cash a Check in the Triangle District sunday afternoon. The Check was for ?j5. Drawn to a Frt a t. Davis Ai d signed its face by Rod t. Davis. On the Back it bore tin purported endorsement John Britton chief the Check was t cashed a n d Al Days Arre Ted a charge attempted fori Ery after it developed c in f Blu offs supposed signature t forgery. In municipal court monday Davis told judge B. Bobbitt Tho Check was said to him for by to Man named Davis. He was convicted. How Over. And sentenced to serve to Days in jail. Although one the most prominent brain physicians in the coun try. Or. Ccle num Richmond a. Was called in the Case he decided Sturdi y that in operation at that timid would to futile because the patient s weakened condition. At his bedside judge and mrs. Lively William t. Lively an older s Fiancee. Of Carboni were at Bis bed wide a the death. Or. Lively is survived in addition to his parents and William Lively by one sister mrs. Charles Fontaine Charleston and two other Broth ers Ted and James another brother Frank Lively the United states Navy died 10 years ago at heat tie Wash. The. Accident which caused his death occurred As . Lively and i companion Charles p. Bale Ock. Of Dak Mill it a going to White. Their sides in age controversy present old Jerusalem june the league nations began its Active interest in the troublesome questions regarding the wailing Wall today. A commission which was sent Here by the league in an attempt to Settle the ownership the Wall which has been blamed for most invest doctor West Virginia author Dies in Clarksburg Hospital _ at age 59 started As lawyer j Sulphur eternity i sportsman wreck probe to continue funeral services for victims to be held monday at Huntington . T t by the d Broek suffered a e Eye and Ivas discharge Hospital monday. After Fulcd school Here . Lively who Lor two had been an employee Godfrey i. Cab . Inc. Of Oak Hill had lived j in Charleston the creator part his life at the1 Home bin parents. 14-h Street. To attended the Ani Iii Tam Pofi Ance. V 4v Thor was still fair and warm monday following the heat sunday which Tho therom Nieter up to a Hish Mark the year it there was no Promise let. Up in Llic warm temperature i monday although for a time the in irn Iii Clouds tilled Thea. Sun Sun its Moon rises Max. Sunday u6 min. Sunday do 7 a. In. Monday 63 i a. M. Mon Day Blihor slaves this Kanawha at k a n a w h a Falls .7 feet f a 1 1 i n k at Charleston 7.0 feet Pool. The new. At a 11 ton 2 0 feet fall Lam at Radford 1.5 feet falling the Ohio at Hunt Cincinnati 10.6 in a ton. Feet Pool at in feet Pool at Pittsburgh feet Pool. Boat movements the Mitchell dam 1 a. The f1. M. Staunton. Dam j i a in. The Sutherland dam ii ni., and the pc lapse. Dam 11, 8 in., All tip the River Down Katherine dam 11, a. In m. 6 a 30 a the communist drive in America forecast Moscow agents Are reported Active in plan Berlin. June Sian monarchists Here claimed to Day that american communists in conference with Moscow agents at Danzig last week planned intensification the communist movement in America this coming september. The next step in the movement the monarchists say will be a secret convention communists in Chi Cago july 3, at which further plans will be made and participation South american reds invited. The Chimp Aikui if to be stressed in Chi Cairo. Philadelphia and Baltimore. The emigres who consider the russian communist regime As their Arch i Eniy. Asserted that june 17 the communist International executive allocated Gold rubes about for dissemination communism in the United states. About 40 instructors will be appointed the emigres say to spread the red Jjo spel throughout the United states. To carry out the plan several american communists Are said to have received orders to re turn Home immediately. These in clude William Hood Philadelphia and George Holbro a Boston. Huntington. June after it Day Speir at the scene the wreck Tho sportsman. Chesa Peake and Ohio passenger train at Hawk s nest county. E. L. Bock general sup run pendent to Western general division Tho rail Road said that investigation in to the would by continued for a Day two and be bad no state ment to make Fin yet. He said the wreckage the train had been cleared away and All trains were now Sci Eduie. The bodies the and fireman who met death in tin were Ijuro Vuht Ber i yesterday. Kun Oral services were to lie held at Home this a Stern for h. B. Anderson i Yea fir inn. In Ruhl be ill i Uco. Re ref Brier tuesday. Serv ices for Homer k. Years old Engineer also were to to held this afternoon masonic Cere monies and burial was be in a Hunt Linkton com1 Tery is survived by his v. To Dow Anil two Chil Dren and Anderson by his widow and four Hildron. Layette count officials join a with sni i Ial agents tie. Cd and Ohio Railroad today i investigation i i . H. K. Jill inns . Gorncy Kayette county said an inquest to Lix cause deaths Wou lil i h be Calleri. Hitch school Hof. And tary acid my Kort and West Yir Ainia. University. To was to he Ingarra a to i Bell Early in Only. The1 body was to to returned Here la to monday. Hurla it was indicated will wednesday in the Dpi incr Hill cemetery. After rallying sunday Atu noon and oven nor to such an extent that physicians to might have a Chance recovery. Or. Lively suffered a relapse i ii Rev monday. Outlook doubt fill . H. L. Codman Eise the at tending physio ians told the brother and . Of troubles Between the arabs miss Marraret land jews in Palestine sat today for tin first time. I iritis in Quiry hero it hear the claims ownership both sides. The wailing a Wall controversy has stirred much bitterness among t in moslem and lews and last. An Post precipitated the outbreak in which 270 persons were killed and Mure than wounded. The knotty Relifo is problems has hitherto defied solution. But the authorities fear that unless a solution is reached further bloodshed and disorders Are. Inevitable. Both the moslem and the jews Are making the inquiry a world wide Issue. The moslem nation India. Egypt Syria and others Are sending represent it Ives to that the question i one concerning the entire islamic world. Jewish delegates representing the whole jewish world will present their Case to the commission. Tho delicacy the problem arises from the fact the jew and Repard the strip Wall a few Hundred feet in length which is All that remains the Western Wall Solomon s Temple destroyed by i he romans in the Var 7a. Sacred. William Gerry. Morgan . Morgan Washington d. C., is the newly installed president the american medical association at its Detroit convention which began its sessions monday. Soon gave up practice for literature Pioneer descendent Romine s Mill in Harrison county Birthplace v re grim to Spring s to attend a from uak oth worked. The a about one Mill. Tas White announces Parkersburg Man apparently is backed by Ogden four now seek Honor years i not Ary convention open san Chicago More than delegates Are hand and Soutul Chi today mail that Bud very . Lively Kri w worse Al m . F in Ifni. Cacti Ditico to it clock monday Aid. We were Able to t us to him intervals Dorii g periods sunday at j Cecii Iii i d his to to i an i at Bat Tho i r. I to in a i Uirl Lyllo was Iii Terri de Whf n the became lost Over the . And who rip by returned late saturday night with other i surgeons at it de i dded Ilia an operation would not i be attempted. I . Lively years in cured Friday night near Iii i his automobile i overturned i a Sharp curve. A Tyl employee Colfrey . Inc. Of Hill. Chark a p. Kab cock. Suffered to. Cut Over the Nyo but was Able to leave the Hospital at. Uon Revi Rte monday drop in population increase made by All other new York boroughs new York. June 23 the 930 population greater new York s Between 435 and according to final census figures our the five boroughs and an estimate the population the Bronx Reade today by g. M. Fayles a census supervisor. The lower Esti Nate would show an increase j2 per cent in the five boroughs. J Complete figures for four Bor oubs Are Manhattan j. Brooklyn Queens. . Rich monds Staten 1 with five Tho eight Assembly districts the Bronx now Complete Fayles estimated the 1930 Popula Tion that Borough As between00.000 and Manhattan the skyscraper Center new York is the Only one the five boroughs to show a loss. It has 427.66-4 less residents than in isl _ riffs broken maniac Slayer is believed disguised police Are searching for Man in woman s clothing new York. June Man in woman s clothing was sought today As police Beean the Sec Ond week search for the. Mad Slayer two men in Queens. Meanwhile a Brooklyn newspaper distributor. Meyer Newmark. Received a letter threatening his death unless he returned document a. J. 4-44." this the ninth letter Pur porting to have come from the maniac followed an alleged announcement saturday that his mis Sion death was ended and that it was returning to Russia. Police were Uncertain As to the authenticity either letter. The theory that the maniac Dun Ned woman s clothing to elude police Wuh advanced after Mark e. Brown reported that a person at first thought to have been a woman accosted him and Bis family As they were eating a picnic lunch in Queens yesterday and asked for a ride to new York. They invited tin woman to lunch with them. Brown said but As their guest took leave they noticed trousers under Tho skirt. Search is seeded i Graf leaves skipper for los toy scout and ground Chicago. Jun Cago went round with rotary. Of Woen i and rotarians and their Kotary to commemorate he Silver anniversary rotary s birth and to open the manual convention. On a february night -5 years Jan. In a Little italian a Coal d -.-Iier. A mining Engineer and a t dined with Jinni Harrlis an sex Princeton i student Cowboy and nomadic news paper Man who resigned himself to Jiho Strrm Ger a a Young lawyer after five years world travel. J Harris unveiled Bis dream 1 fraternal group i business men banded together so scially to be mutually helpful each i having exclusive representation in profession Trade. Harris sum sted a rotation meeting places and the name rotary was i born. I Harris dream surged around the i seven seas into ill countries. Rus Sia. Alone in us principal nations world is not represented in i rotary s clubs and approx a Mac membership. J Harris. Bead a Chicago maw firm is in ill health and rotary officials doubted if be would be Jackson Altizer Hurt in car collision in Ohio Jackson d. Altizer years old. Son mrs. R. O. Of 903 drive was injured Sun Day in an automobile Accident just East Portsmouth o., to the associated press. Or. Altizer and his companions a brother. James i years old. And Robert sell min jr., "-1 years Oil the son r. S. Spilman ton. Were returning from ports Mouth where they had witnessed the matches Between Tfirn Edgewood country club Charleston. And the Portsmouth country club. The Driver an automobile directly in front tie car they were driving is reported to have turned out the Highway. James Altizer was unable to Stop his car in time to avoid a collision. Jackson Altizer was the Only one the three that was injured. Me suffered u broken rib and was taken to a Hospital. They Are expected to return to Charleston tuesday. Whist Niagara Falls out., Juno l 3 j. Bain and a. L. Both Cleveland o., won the ail american auction whist pair championship at the joint Conven Tion Tho american whist league and the women s whist league it was announced today. Tho american Bridge Magazine trophy for Tennis four was won by Tho Excelsior whist club Cleveland. I Soni tur that terrible Dignin show by Ihan a in -m1 memo fatally shot Parkersburg. June five Samuel Wade 41 years old died the Way to a Hospital Here last i. Police started a search for Robert Willis a Ejjero who they said shot Wade a quarrel Over a. Room at a according i House where both resided. Day s worst Story ily will u Xikis it Ain t re much fun lot a Al i reckon but 1 Don t know Vint do if they did t Lutse p Opl to Josh about. One Story is a bunt was Leaf fled. To made a up Iii Hosip Teliin mor senator. So Terr was from the Home town come to the senator to tie postmaster and the him to dinner. The senator did t say much. in the Middle tin dinner he to the Miest say what s voter Nann than ppm is my Nanin Thrupp Jolin t i m sorry but my confounded Ain t say ii Tii rupps Thrupp. My name is "vw1i wive it says the Sena Tor. Ill have to Call you . Of i reel i can l r and Cistand non Ontic your name. Hounds like nothing bit i inupl1 to aviator reports sighting supposed body to Mil a Khidek. Cilly. June n. Linari Loir with Cleveland with Ltd 1. He Ramos May have a the american Pennan i a1 c. Sam under fielder and Dave Hani. Lain thai some body using a took several at with Chirac . 1 during the Venlo inning Bev said something hurtled by their ears sounding 1 be infuriated bees and they saw tie turf Fly nearby. S and Chiang Kai Shek to the eastward was announced today by a Vul Ihsiang co Iead the Northern forces at i piping. Tie Northern troops the banking government s armies in a j Marsha Feng s Itterl. S .1 Ini i Tiu fielder arc re them during yesterday formal declaration candidacy for Tho Republican nomination to the United states Senate by former governor a. B. White parkers Burg was received by Secretary state George Sharp monday morning. The notice came by special delivery. Al. White earlier in the Day con firmed a report that he has sent the notice to the Secretary state. Talking Over the Telephone from his Home at Parkersburg to tile daily mall. Or. White said that his certificate candidacy should reach the suite House sometime monday. It was understood Here that . U Hite intended to make his first formal statement through new spa owned by h. Ogden Wheeling. With this report in their minds local observers took it to mean that the former governor will receive the full support the newspaper publisher. Ogden support . White within recent months has Boon a staunch supporter . Ogden s Campaign against granting the permit to the West Virginia Power and transmission company to develop water Power projects along cheat River. Eight the permits wore granted by the Public service commission in the strenuous demands by . Oeden s newspapers and . White that action be postponed until die legislature should have time to review the water Power Law and to revise it so that the state would receive greater returns from the water Power developers. In the event . Ogden backs up . White s candidacy for the sen ate nomination it is believed Here that the Campaign will bring out Imus about the water Power con test in the state and As Well will Book the fight up nationally in View recent activities in the National Congress Over the same subject. I . Ogden saturday announced formally that he would not become a Senate candidate it was generally discussed in political circles Here that if he did become a candidate he would have All the Power the Public utilities the state lined up against him because his Campaign against the West Penn interests. On the other hand it was pointed out that the utilities might not after Yll prove such Strong opponents . Ogden because it might be Ter to let him go his Way rather than to court further and Conti it mud antagonisms from his newspapers. L our candidates now the entry . White into the senatorial race ran Tho list re publican candidates for the Nomina Tion up to four already formally filed and left the situation stand ing Vith reports that one and per haps Low others might yet become candidates. Tho two who yet might become candidates Are James Ellwood Jones Switchback and former governo e. Morgan. Or. Jones is expected to return to Charleston Early this week when he will decide what course he wilr1 follow. The entry . White has made it u matter much speculation As to whether he will now enter the race. The Prospect former governor Morgan becom ing a candidate has been made More Uncertain than Ever. It is said that he was being urged by Sena Tor h. D. Hattield und state senator w. S. Hallanan to become a Candi Date with a Promise their sup port . Morgan is understood to have told them that if he should enter it would have to be with the Assurance that he would not have Rev y an scheduled in a Doi Ibi file new York Yankees dub d in a Doug Vieli in the present standings Phil Idelphia. And Cleveland Are a bum Heil. The athletics Ina Tai Oji i Osi till. Id i j White s statement we Loling. June Wheeling intelligencer today published a statement former Gover nor Albert b. White announcing his candidacy for the Republican Nomi nation for United states senator. It will not be possible in the i if time loft to fore the primary to i make n Hiate wide the announcement said and i must de Pend upon the Republican voters i to express their wishes in this Mal j Tor. I National issues such As pro i Cativo Tariff prohibition world i continued Page eight a ived for a number years and where for a time he kept a tavern. Melville Davisson Post was reared the Broad farm his parents in the Blue grass Valley Harrison county and received his Early education in the schools that Section. In 1891 when but 20 ears old he was graduated front West Virginia University with the degree Bachelor arts arid a year later received the degree Bachelor Laws. After leaving the University he formed a Law partnership with the late colonel John t. Mcgraw Grafton. He practice Law for a. Few years and resided in Wheeling for a time. While an attorney he practice before the state supreme court and the United states District circuit and supreme courts. Despite his Success in the Legal profession the urge to write possessed Post to such an extent that he finally devoted his entire at Tention to it until his death. Among his better known works were the Man lost resort the corrector Destin ies the nameless thing the mystery the Blue Villa the Sleuth St. James Square Monsieur Jonquille 1923 the Man Hunt ers and the revolt the Birds while mysterious murders and other crimes formed the ground work for Post s earlier publications he departed from this Field in the Mountain school a novel modern life. The contrast be tween it and his previous works was exceedingly striking. Presidential elector Post showed great Power As a descriptive writer especially in depicting scenes and life in West Virginia. Following is what he said Twilight in West Virginia there is a Long Twilight in these Hills. The Sun departs but the Day remains. A sort weird elfin Day that dawns at Sunset and envelops and possess the world. Land is full Light but it is the Light no heavenly Sun. It is a Light equal everywhere As though the Earth strove to illumine itself and succeeded with that a Democrat politically. Post Wae a presidential elector when Grover Cleveland was elected for his Sec Ond term in 1s92 and served As Secretary the West Virginia representation in the electoral col lege. He served As chairman the democratic congressional Cornit tee in his District in j398. In 1924 he was chairman the committee american authors who supported John w. Davis another native West virginian for president. In 1914 and 1915 he served As a member the advisory committee the National economic league questions efficiency in administration Justice. On june 29, he married miss Ann Bloomfield Gamble Roanoke a. She died in 1919. Their Only child died in infancy. Hoover names two Washington june 23 president Hoover today nominated Oscar r. Indiana and Joseph w. Cox Washington to be associated justices the District Columbia supreme court

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