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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Galveston, Texas Edition paper has been delivered to a subscriber in the City of Galveston. I subscribers edition this paper has been delivered to a subscriber in the City of Galveston. Bad 108. Texas oldest newspaper Galveston. Texas. Sunday july 27, pages Texas Obdis St newspaper established 1842. Robertson leads Field for governor tents pitched for 800 Woodmen who will be Here for Encampment first contingent due in on Early trains prizes to be offered. The first contingent of members of the Woodmen of the world will arrive this morning at o clock. More than ten special coaches will be attached to the train from ital lae. Carrying men from North Texas Points to the annual Encampment to be held hero for a week beginning tomorrow according to general r. H. Mcdill of Dallas officer in com Mand of the Camp Here and state manager of the organization. Trains from san Antonio Ancog doches Beaumont and other Texas Points Ivill arrive during the Day and there will to possibly a scattered few. General Mcdill said arriving tomorrow. Although there will be assign ments of company Tomor Row the Camp proper will formally open tomorrow morning. Dinner will be served at the ramp mess at noon and the rest of Tho afternoon Wilt to devoted by the men to Bath ing and other recreations. Officers in command of the Camp in Advance of the regular troops Are Mcdill in command major Crowdus of Dallas stale executive officer f. C. of Dallas paymaster and Captain s. J. Flood chief sanitary officer. Routine or crimp. Regimental and company drills guard mounting and other military tactics will occupy the funeral Rou Tine of Camp. Or. Hern Che Jold in to just what line of activities the men would follow while stationed in Camp. Army routine and Drill will in followed out As far an or. Hern Wrhel explained hut we will not use rifles. In their Stead will bal uned to Standard no of the order. Tho Man Ual of arms however in Tho name to that followed by troops in Tho l no tort states Nerny. Prizes will be offerer throughout the Encampment for Trio of it or no i. Oju Pauy Mil lieu in in uni drilling manual of arms work discipline and i fund mounting. The prizes will consist of Blue ribbon a and Silver cups. Thu prizes will carry with them the Nim Mendu lion of National More than two Hundred have been erected on fhe c no site at my Nard hour Ling men in a tent. The Commux Spry is not Lily in Hanol Luk suppl Lep Bedd intr and Rump . Or. Herne lie Lian the Florin need. Of a nip. Inv inc in the buying of sup. Piles for the men. The Flat ramp in text i or. 7ter said Yemen Lity statements of improper conduct Are denied by other sources. Special to Tho news. San Antonio Tex., july irregularities in the conduct of to Day s primary in Hidalgo county were hanged in a Telegram received by the san Antonio express from the Mercedes Tribuno evening. Among other charges made Are the following that in spite of Many telegrams asking Aid. Governor Neff has made no reply. Four stationed in the county Rafus cd to Aid in enforcing election Laws. That mexicans were hauled to the polling places by the truckload and voted. Thul at Only one precinct Alamo supervisors proper credentials wore allowed admission to the polling places. Tufit Hlda go qualified super visors accompanied by a party of Twenty five americans were threat ened and finally arrested. That it Donna. L. W. Burkhardt candidate for District clerk. Was a rom cd because he cautioned a mexi can voter regarding the penalties Fiir ill Gal voting. I Tanh l. Buell of Mercedes Man Agor of the Hidalgo county tax any ers association minted that a Fol Dalls lire being obtained on which 1o Eon get the election. Denial of irregularities in Hidalgo county wan made Ihli evening by True Grams from Mercedes and Eden Burg. The correspondent of the san Antonio express wire the elect lon in Ull precincts Quot und orderly. The rare in Losi Between Lynch Davidson and Kobo Tunn for governor. All present county loading tin William t. Hurn to. Foi retry of in i Liuima i in Tum Mclive Alor telegraphed nothing out of the Ordinary has happened in Hidalgo county in connection with the and any rumours to the contrary Are untrue. A heavy vote 13 bring continued on pc 23, column 7.1 the weather your army automatic Pis Tols Are from voting Box. For on Lvi Slor. Nil nettled Flundry probably Thun Der showers continued warm. Inv nil Mon Day generally fair. For and Man any fair act it in extreme West port inn. For and Mon Day generally fair. Winds pm const northerly to Easterly. Fohi2cast foil Weisik. Washington. July Outlook for the week beginning monday West Gilf fair that Thunder pro Boblin about Middle of the Wnm first half us the act a and cooler second half. Why Galveston leads Low infant to Utah to. Gnu Vinton. to the latent flu rep of Tho Amrol Cim health aftan Cantlon of new York i Iii the Lov Cut infant Rule in Tojo no in during the Only out of Nurry in Hora Iorii Willod during talc or Al rat Jour. The in Ritli Rnic Ninn fir info Nam in to shh Cotlon inn tin follow Lorn Munnt. 801 on lax j01 Vino fort Worllie. 711 Btl Sim Antonio Lar. Trio no Crnkic in Iasi mortal Ltd into for the ii Lity on cd Tom incl Isril within the in Ruth a run of the report Nhot Liik Liiv Minoli Loiver Trio infant mortality Anlo Wim Giorc Tonii fire Letl in Tho , july 26__acting upon Tho personal request of numerous citizens. Precinct chairman Viydo Onoto called upon first i tenant k. W. Stork to cull out Tho local National guard company ask ing that guardsmen be stationed at strategic locations around the ii Mory where elections Are being hold. Stork is in com Mand of the company As Captain a. White relieved himself it i p. M. Yesterday because of i India by for the place of Constable for the local precinct Najid for the fact that Tho elections arc bal nor held in the or Rory Headquarters of Tho local National guard company. Tho request was based upon an occurrence at the polling place to tiny. When Constable h. Hous ton accompanied by Justice of the Pencil j. J. Mccain entered the polling Planco Ami searched ballot Box no. 2 and took therefrom four army .45-Calibor automatic a request was made for Tho National guard company which was quickly called and plan cd in con Rol by lieutenant Stark with second Lucu Temi it a Sven t. Autrey. Be cling is intense coming upon the closing of a Hen Tod com Nign the place of Constable the rare being Between w. S. Houston. The present incumbent and Captain Garru a. White of the local National guard unit. Numerous Tele Grams have been dispatched to governor and adjutant general Barton Demonr Tang Tho recall of Tho guardsmen and those in chm tre of Tho election no equally insistent upon Uiola retention. No personal encounters have resulted. Alf advkntuiu3. I Walker the streets in Senrra of her Tho passing hours my Henrt wag like a Lump of Lead i i new not what to do she d tired of me the fact was plan in i used to think Shn cared j3ut this was proof for by Hor net her inner were bared. No Moro id her in my arms acc d a Jet me. That . And yet. I thought won Ihno a Chunco i d her Back again. Then suddenly i saw Hor form with Nowr lorm. Strained and Lonso and Soong Rno who Ravn n whoop and lon Perl a Cross the Ronco i followed Hor and Roll Oil Nuno. In Nocot. Porski Ilvo knit i. I chased bar Ali Icik Linn null of inv with a mob and inward or in i and found it lust in n Burrol fico so Rathod in Whon Pilod Hor out that k what that by mod Cut did. Harry Leo met Rolner. Baptist lecturer is killed at voting Box former officer is held per Cal to Newm. San Antonio Tex. July killing followed by a near riot and voting with be a government narcotic inspector. Nelson had been in Galveston Sev eral Days and had appeared before the commissioner a Federal Imp f Colic agent lie made an arrest and lied charges Agu invt men for alleged violation of the narcotic act. A member of the Colv Triton police j Force accompanied Nelson on the raid. Nelson give address As Washington d. C. Commissioner Harris started an of the offer is stat us and Lenrod from Washington that no such officer was known by the chief nor Coll inspector at Washington. A trl Gram received by or. Harris yesterday from s. Woods of Al paso chief narcotic inspector for this District declared that the department and no officer by that name in this District. Or. Woods slated that an investigation is being made. Nylon was held a the county jail yesterday afternoon under Bond. Tho Complete charge As filed by a. C. Sullivan special agent of the department of Justice yesterday afternoon. Alleges violation of Sec Tion 125 of the penal code and charges that the defendant did unlawfully commit perjury in a trial before United states commissioner Ijar Aulcy Harris in that he swore he was a narcotic inspector knowing the Kama to be no statement to offi cers except cd Nam to being an inspector. Whether he is a real officer or not. Nelson made a raid Friday arrested two men with a Small Quan Tity of narcotics and filed charges before the Federal commissioner. The charges against the two men prob ably will stand according to the commissioner and they were bound Over to Tho grand jury. Preliminary hearing will be held monday. It. M. In ups. Leopold and Loeb mentally irresponsible to be plea to save them from allows y Assoc lated Tress. Chicago hi., july of saving Nathan Leopold or. And Tuch Ard Joeb from Tho Gallows entered tonight in the plans of their counsel to demonstrate a degree of mental irresponsibility for their crime due to diseased Tho defense will said Clarence Perrow chief torn by for the Youthful slayers of Young Rob Ert Franks that Tho boys have Dis eased minds and that they were not responsible for their acts Tho question of Legal insanity will not be. Brought Forth by Tho an Index of Tho Lino of defense was afforded by the appearance in court today of or. William j. Healy of Boston and Benjamin Gluck of new York two noted alienist specialists in juvenile delinquency. They were added to a staff of Flo Chicago alienist selected by Tho do Nafi to present Tho Story of Tho Young menial debility to judge John n. Caverly chief jus Tice of Tho criminal court of Cook county who must fix Tho penalty for Tho defendants. Youth of defendants. One of Tho grounds on which the Defonse will Baso its plea for mercy will be Tho youth of Leopold and Loob. Neither is 20 years of Ngo. Almost simultaneously after the Wnok and adjournment of Tho penalty advisory hearing. State s at Torney Robert e. Crowe in charge of the prosecution declared in reference to Tho state s plea for the death penalty i think we have made out an Iron Clad or. Darrow and colleagues in the defense Benjamin and Walter Bachrach. Struck Back it the Testi Mony of a state witness today for the first time. Or. Darrow attacked a a. A Iod Tho Story of detective ser Geant James j. Gortland that Leo Pold Brilliant student of Law and Ornt Bolotov. Who believed to had important work to do for the had told the officer tar confession that when he deter mined to seek Ulfo imprisonment in Stead of death punishment he would plead guilty before a Friendly Gortland maintained the truth of remark. Now or. Said or. Der Row after More than an hour s stub born , Don t you know that this conversation about a Friendly judge was pure Fabrica Tion concocted for Tho purpose of intimidating this no. Sir it was Tho witness replied. of do a cd Macon. In Tho pc Lenco of Tho court and spectators today the bearing of Tho defendants was Lii marked contrast with that of previous Days. Of Nellor in Tho ode Thoy sat for not cobble intervals apparently pay ing Only casual attention to Tho proceedings. They talked Light heart edly and whispered frequently in continued on tags 22. Column i contest Case is to be reopened by associated press. Washington july Spencer of the Senate committee hearing the contest Over the scat of senator Mayfield. Democrat of Texas announced today that it to executive session of that body held recently at Atlantic City permission won Given for a reopening of the Cas i along entirely limited lines. Representatives of George e. B. Paddy candidate contesting May Field s election would be allowed under the plan to enter evidence is to whether in six specific counties in Texas to be selected later there had been intimidation or duress used to affect the casting of . Senator Mayfield s counsel would be notified in Advance As to what districts Are chosen by Paddy. The comm toc expects to sit in Washington in november to hear Testi Mony. At the conclusion of Tho last con Gress the committee held that evidence concerning unlawful expenditures was insufficient to justify it in reporting adversely against seating. Attorneys then were notified that Opportunity would to Given to argue the question As to whether phases of the Campaign could to investigated and it was on this Point that Tho Atlantic. City meeting acted. Sena Tor Spencer said. To Resit contempt action against Union officials by associated Tress. Chicago 111. July United states Railroad labor Board will pro coed with its contempt proceedings in Tho United states District court against Railroad brotherhood repro sonar Uloa who Honvo refused to testify in Tho on Glenmen s wage Dis Pute with Tho Western railroads. It was announced today. At the same time hearing of the dispute will returns indicate that Lynch Davidson will be in the second primary by texan election Bureau. Dallas Tex., july tabulated by the Texas election Bureau up to morning when incomplete returns has been received from 173 counties and votes accounted for indicated the following results Felix d. Robertson As High Man in the August run off primary with Lynch Davidson of Houston As probable opponents. Sirs. Ferguson is running a close third and Whit David son fourth. Morris Sheppard renominated for the United states Senate by a Clear majority Over both opponents. W. 0. Edwards and Barry Miller in the run off for lieutenant governor. Dan Moody As High Man for attorney general in the run off with either John c. Wall or. Edward b. Ward As opponent. S. H. Ten Ehas High Man in the run off for controller with 0. D. Baker or Pat Moulden As opponent. George b. Terrell for commissioner of agriculture apparently Safe. J. T. Robison for land commissioner has a Chance of finishing with a Clear majority Over both opponents. A Clarence Gilmore in the second primary with de e. Weaver of Bowie As opponent for Railroad commissioner. W. A. Nabors and lon a. Smith in the run off for Railroad commissioner four year term Smith is High Man. For chief Justice of the supreme court c. M. Cureton is assured of a place in the run off without its being certain whether opponent will be r. H. Buck or w. C. Wear. The spread Between Lynch Davidson and mrs. Ferguson for second place is slight but Davidson held a Lead for second place during the night s tabulation varying from a few Hundred to two or three thousand. It is possible for Whit Davidson to come up in the returns yet to come but the chances Are Remote. Totals Are As follows v. S. Sci into. A Nils 2jmv.1 i Iddoo. Sheppard. Governor. Barton. Burkett. 6.28p col Lins. 7.031 Lynch Viivi Ilion. Whit Davidson. Dix in. 1.3s7 Ferguson. Pope Robertson. 49.630. Lenten not Edwards. 43.721 Mccall. Miller. Attorney . Molson. Moody. B0.551 Wall. 21.489 in Jill. Controller. Bell. 1e.69s a. To. Smith. 12.895 Moulden. J7.ssd Don f. Smith. Terrell. 30.s99. Of agriculture. Sparkman. Terrell 53.733. Robinson. 61.128 . Kiil Road com in in Toner. Lack ulnar my Yrne Terni ill More. 45.615 Mason Weaver. 25.739. Nill Rould . Four Vrr term Nabors Smith West 12.1s9 specs. Chief Justice supreme court. Buck. Cureton. 40.727 Wear. First Murray Sturgeon 1 second 4.915. Cousins 3.10s. Third District to avers Sanders 7.g2e fourth District Morrison 135, Rayburn 206. Fifth 1.1s5, my Cali log. Suin nera seventh District Briggs Nelson eighth Gar Rcpt twelfth District Farmer 119. Lanham Soo. Seventeenth District Allbright 266. Blaiton 480. Court of civil and Elk. For associate from fifteen coun ties including one Complete ran Dolph Tatum 2.297. Eighth from ten counties. Including two Complete Gibbs Harper 735, Pelphrey Soi. Tenth from two counties none Complete place no. 1 bar cub 2.130, Randolph 951. Ploce to. Stanford 865. The above represents the Voe of 189 counties out of a total of 2s2 in the state including two Complete compiled at a. M. Re elected returns available show incumbents will be returned. Cloy Stone Briggs for Congress and t. J. Holbrook for state senator appeared easy winners in their con teats for re election according to returns coming in to the news Early this morning. Holbrook carried Gal Veston. Wharton and fort Bend counties for a total vote of -4.821, As against for John p. Beck or Alvon opponent who carried Matagorda county. Returns from Chambers and Brazoria counties were not available last night. Briggs carried gah Eston. An Derson. Houston. Polk and Walker counties of those reporting for a total vote of 8.-120, As against for opponent. H. L. Nelson of Galveston who carried san Jacinto county. Chambers. Liberty. Mont Gomery and Trinity counties had not reported last night. Tho voting by counties follows hol Brool bark Tuire. Holbrook. Beck. county 3.822 1.4ro Wharton county lf.8 Muntu Torild county ifc2 1 Ort. Bend county bs3 473 4.s21 2.354 knee. county 4.0g7 pcs and Vernon county .47.r. 140 Houston county 774 373 i Olk county 100 s2 pan incl to county. 65 Walker county 640 253 j.420 Kenyon and Mccarthy in Runoff Holman and Kirk appear winners Appi irent winners in pro Mary for state de. Mccarthy or. And Foj. M. Kenyon. For comity b. Holmium. For county h. Theobald. For Sli Erif e. Kirk. For Tiu c. Lothi of. For county commissioner precincts Victor Diu tin. For county commissioner precinct 4, w. T. Smith. For Justice of the peace precinct 1, court 31. Kupsa. For const Tilc precinct Mon. Galveston county democrats re elected practically All of its major officers running for re election in the primaries throughout Tho county yesterday according to returns received Early this morning from 32 of the 3g precincts la the county. Some of the precinct counts were incomplete. Apparent winners on the face of the incomplete returns were for congressman Clay Stone Briggs for state senator t. J. Holbrook for state representative l. M. Kenyon and de. Mccarthy jr., to enter the run off for county judge e. B. Holman with spen cer Squibbs still having a Chance on late sheriff r. E. Kirk for Justice of the peace. Precinct 1, court a r. M. Kupsa. The for county judge was the closest in the primary. Judge honian was leading stubs by about 300 votes la Tho count of 32 boxes tabulated at o clock. Mrs. Ferguson leads. On account of Tho lateness of returns and the amount of Tabula Tion it was impossible to present a tabulated report of voting by precincts. The Complete vote will be available in monday s paper. Mrs. Miriam a. Ferguson carried Galveston county in the error s race. She was leading Lynch Davidson by 73 votes in the Early count received this morning. The vote for governor in Gal Veston county was mrs. Ferguson Lynch Davidson Robertson t. W. Davidson 718 Barton 91 Dixon 23 Bur Kett 17 Collins 63 Pope. 35. Returns from 32 precincts out of a possible 36 in Galveston county at o clock this morning showed an overwhelming ma7 Jority of votes for Clay Stone Briggs Over opponent h. A. Nelson in the race for congressman from the seventh District. Briggs had a total of votes to Nelson s s6s in Tho 32 precincts some of which were Complete and some incomplete. State senator t. J. Holbrook was leading John p. Beck by More than two to one majority in the race for state senator from this District on the incomplete returns from the 32 precincts. Holbrook s total was and Beck s was Keiton i precinct 4, Tho Mainland precinct. I Smith had 439 votes. H. L. Roberta l. M. Kenyon apparently led in had 233 and Carl 24s. In race for state representative Al j. F. Moran was elected Constable of precinct no. 1 Over h. O. Shaw and Charles c. Robert son. The though the count was close with Mccarthy and Johnson close behind. Kenyon s totu.1 was 1.761, Mccarthy was second with and Johnson was third with 1.227. G. N. Diff Earl had a total of 697. The totals from Tho thirty two boxes indicated that the Runoff will chairman resigns probe of Bureau av1l.l, by associated press. A Ashington july 26. A meet to Between Kenyon and Mccarthy. Ing today of Tho Senate committee with a possible Chance that Johnson organized to investigate the internal might crowd out Mccarthy for Sec Ond place. In the county judge s race Tho closest in the. County judge b. U. Holman was leading Spencer Stubbs by 300 votes. Holman had votes to stubs 2.053. Sheriff r. 33. Kirk led nearest opponent Henry Thomas by 200 votes. Kirk had Thomas Revenue Bureau resulted in the for Mal resignation of senator Watson Republican Indiana As its chairman replacement by senator Couzens. Republican. Michigan and a decision for u resumption of the inquiry sept. 2. Dayti5s to of Pix Campaign at Lincoln. Lib. Aug. 29 Shaw 1.300 and Wisrodt 1.168. County attorney Charles ii. Theo Bald led w. K. Price for county at Torney by a Large majority. Theo Bald had votes to oppo nent s Justice of the peace n. M. Kupsa was returned to office by a Safe majority according to to curly count having twice Ihn number of votes of nearest opponent George Harrison. Jack a Cufr pol co pro ant inn third. The totals were Kupsa. 2.057 Harrison. Ducoff s17 ii Nehr. 402. Victor Dantin was elected by n Pood majority on Tho first returns for county commissioner of precinct no. 3. Tho totals were Dan tin. Franks. 5s3. W. T. Smith of Kroml Noort had n Safo lend for commissioner from 26. By associated press. Chicano. 111. July general Charles g. Dawes. Republic an nominee for vice president will open Bis National Campaign with an address at Lincoln neb., Auk. 29, it was announced at Republican head quarters today Stim Aai three Mev take ii Noah to Tho no Avn. . Tex. July officers in Sec a through Here with thro arrest ocl in Tho cd go of a a Eton county just a few Mil it j South of Horo on Charif Fis of Viola Tion of Tho National prohibition Laws. They olso took two stills As Well an a Sun Nulty of and Ronnah. Thuc Doc Tinort men were taken to jail in. T

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