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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Joplin, Missouri Average net paid circulation for june Globe and news Herald. .33,649 sunday Globe i.26,219 sofa a a jul Assoc Airai press a forts Twenty four hour Servici the to film Oli Obb Etwo Morula except Moads. Jhb to Pron a jews Herald every Ere alas except soadsy., is i8bt7e8 per week ism to Telephone s48 delivered by Carrier is a week. My mall la Attane a a a i than Menthi loft a month Menthi .60 year 4.b0 outside second Cone postage year sunday edition 2 year. Soe extra Loe Taffe outside ind Nae. Entered Ina Elam matter at Poste flee Jepta Nader mat Karoo to Iii. R yol. Xxviii. No. 303. Peh teat Ioa Olllie 111 Kat fourth a. Joplin Missouri sunday Moring july 27, 1924-24 pages. In Alliet a tort my nil Lac Esmul Maraday. Price five Cen is or. Hurwitz must serve sentence ruling of Clit United states court of appeals denies rehearing attorneys plan to Appeal to / supreme court. Mental irresponsibility due to diseased minds will be basis of slayers defense or. Leon Hurt Ltd Joplin phys Elan must genre a term of three years in the Penitentiary and must pay a Taa of for Tio latin the Harr Laen Nar Otlo aet the United states Eire it Seurt of Appi Eala has ruled in denying the phys Dan a rehearing in the charge Aee ording to intern Italoa received Here last night by his attorneys. Attorneys announced their intention to make a final Appeal to the Hlf Hest tribunal in the nation the United states supreme court on a i writ of certiorari. Found Gaudy in june. A or. Horwits was found guilty of the charge in Federal dist lot court Here last june. He also was Eon a lated ii two Ether Tounta on the same charge and was sentenced to serve three years in the Penitentiary and pay a 11,000 Fine for each offence. Recently Hie attorneys appealed the ease to the circuit court of appeals. The court reversed the decision on two of Tho Tounta and remanded them Back Federal la tract court for trial. The conviction in a third ease that which is to be appealed to the supremo court was by stained. Or. Hurwitz s attorneys based their application for a new trial on two assertions that no evidence was introduced at the trial to show that a. Sale of nac Otica had been made secondly that the court in giving instruction to the jury stated evidence in the Case As Points of Law instead of giving the jury a written set of instructions. Given marked Bui. In the Case in question evidence waa brought out at the trial to show that a Joplin woman had been engaged. By Federal narcotic agents to arrange for the Purchase of ?50 Worth of drugs from the phys Ciao. The woman according to her testimony did 80, asking the physician to Call at her Home the following morning. Narcotic agents testified thai at the appointed hour the next Day. Or. Hurita stopped his motor i front of her House and went inside. To Lille on the inside further evidence showed the woman handed Tho physician a $60 Bill which had previously been marked by government agents. When the doctor returned to his car agents seized him taking they said the Bill from his Possession. In his car a Quantity of narcotics was seized they testified. Or. Hurwitz maintained on the wit nees stand that he received the Money As he understood it As payment on a Bill which the woman owed him. Demand made on Persia America says government must protect our citizens Washington july 2�.-a Blunt statement that the Washington government views with Grava concern indignities suffered at Teheran by mrs. Katherine g. Imbrie widow of the american vice Consul who was murdered by a in that City. Is to be presented to the persian government. The communication is expected to make it Plain that the United states holds that Persia must take whatever Steps Are necessary to insure efficient co operation on the part of its subordinate officials and police in order that adequate Protection for fall americans May be Kornfeld at Teheran re ported to the state department toil that on last tuesday a persian youth grabbed the veil worn by mrs. Imbrie and attempted to tear it from her. During the attack to spat upon her a native policeman was believed to have witnessed the affair from a Al stance but did not interfere Fitwi. Imbrie was Riding with the wife of one of the officers of the american Mission when the outrage occurred. Car kills two wrecked machine speeding from scene of death works havoc South Orange n. J., july Man and a boy alighting from a trolley car Here tonight were struck by an automobile and killed. Shortly afterwards the automobile speeding away was wrecked and two of the occupants were injuries. The Driver escaped. The automobile occupied by three negro youths and two negro girls carried and dragged the victims a Block. The boy killed had a broken Arm in a Sling and was being helped to the curb by his father just after they got off the trolley car. After hitting the Man and boy the party sped on five blocks when Ethel Robinson 23 a ars old leaped from the machine. She was taken to a Hospital with a fractured hip and other injuries. A Block farther the automobile struck another car Hull Long it across the sidewalk into a bakery and continued on. Next it struck and broke Down a lamp Post and then overturned. The three youths found pinned under the upset machine were arrested. Mellon will be charge is made and denied there is drive on Aara inst Secretary Couzens Heads committee. Mist lecturer worker it Texas primary Oak Faion is Ain klan candidate ii tax s. Sah Antonio tex., july.26.-j. L. Culpepper 65, a Baptist lecturer and a worker for the better government ticket in the local primary Campaign was shot acid killed at Harlan Daie Box late this afternoon. Jim Lubbock former Deputy sheriff is being held by the sheriff s office. Lubbock was roughly handled by the crowd at the polls before being taken into custody. A see oud shot fired after Culpepper had been shot through the heart was fired into the crowd without causing injury. Dallas tex., july 26.-incomplete returns to the Texas election Bureau from thirty three of the 352 counties in Texas in the democratic primary election for governor today gave Felix Robertson the Kun flux klan candidate 3,633 votes and Lynch Davidson 3,814. Big contrast in Market prowl Raa Are three houses were visited by prowlers at an Early hour Friday night according to a report to police Here last night. Nothing was discovered missing at any of the houses. Burglars entered the residence of prank Matthews 803 North sergeant Avenue mrs. P. Giltner 721 Korth Moffet Avenue and Victor Toung 802 North sergeant Avenue. Topeka gets new manager. Topeka kan., july 26.-Brwln killer president of the Topeka baseball team in the Western association announced tonight that the Board of directors tonight released manager Barney Cleveland of the Topeka team. Re inert b. Browne. Shortstop then was appointed manager Tuc Tiv a Koner situation in wheat pit opposite that of last tear. Chicago july 26.-it is rare that such a startling contrast in Market conditions can be shown As was the Case on the Chicago Board of Trade today compared with a year ago. Wheat today made a Long climb of 6% cents a Bushel Here on top of Man spectacular recent gains. Last year at this time most deliveries of wheat Here were under $1.00 a Bushel and below the estimated Cost of production the Market demoralized and brokers in a Rush to sell. Today there was an overwhelming Rush to buy and such As $1.42% a Bushel was paid Here. A Strong world situation with respect to grains coupled with continued reports of extensive damage to the Canadian wheat crop and in particular a greatly expanded purchasing movement were reasons advanced today for the remarkable change from the situation last year. Some of the most experienced observers however described the appearance of the Market at the close today As strained and said that the Outlook was one which suggested caution. Steamer is threatened. London july 28.-a Copenhagen dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph reporting an explosion and subsequent fire of the liner Bergen fjord says the fire was extinguished but that the extent of damage is not known. The Steamer s passengers were landed in Small boats after the vessel was run aground. The weather       fore Jast. ? Kansas. Mostly fair sunday  somewhat warmer monday partly Cloudy possible local ? thundershowers. ? Arkansas and Oklahoma ? sunday and monday generally ? ? fair. A a  Al a Al a # Washington july Mellon s enforcement of prohibition is to be investigated coincident with the National Campaign but the sudden decision of the Senate committee charged with the task to go ahead brought out formal statements today from senators Watson Indiana and Couzens Michigan republicans explaining their Conception of events leading up to it. Senator Couzens was elected during the Day As chairman of the committee in place of senator Watson who indicated his desire to retire but not until he had concluded a two hour interview with president Coolidge. Senator Watson then went to the White House and later the two senators made Public their statements. Two for investigation. Meanwhile democratic members of the committee. Senators King of Utah and Jones of new Mexico although officially silent made it Clear that they were for investigation full and immediate and had been All along. The committee rejected the proposal that Francis j. Heney California i aft prosecutor be retained As special counsel bilt authorized by senators Couzens and Jones of some one else for the work. September 2 was fixed As the Date for open hearings in Washington. Heney s name Iliad been brought Forward originally when the committee was holding hearings during the uses Sion of Congress and it had aroused bitter debate in the Senate. At that time the committee was devoting its attention to an investigation of the internal Revenue Bureau and tax questions in general and the charge was made and denied that there was a drive on against Secretary Mellon. Explaining the committee decision senator Couzens who with the two democratic members holds the Nia Jority vote said. On tuesday july 22, senator Watson called me at Detroit on Long distance Telephone and said that senators King and Jones were in his office and that they were All desirous of having a meeting and wanted to know when i could attend. Cancelled engagements i was in the midst of my Campaign and told him that if the meeting was wanted at once i. Could come. So i cancelled several engagements to attend a meeting Friday of this week. The Date was satisfactory to senator Watson who was on the Telephone so i left Detroit and we met in senator Watson s office Friday morning july 25, at which time senator Watson said he personally was opposed to going ahead with the investigation and if the committee decided to go ahead lie would have to resign As chairman which he did. The committee then accepted his resignation and. Elected me As chairman. Senator Watson wired senator Ernst warehouse for St. Louis by Gest Structure of its kind in the world to be built. Milan polls july 26-the National terminals corporation announced today at the executive head quarters Here that plans Are being made for the construction in St. Louis of a terminal warehouse to Cost $35,000,000.the Structure will be the largest of its kind in the world to cording to a. B. Efroymson president of the corporation who was in this City today. Details of the project have not yet been completed or. Efroymson said but will be finished within thirty Days. Driebe Guenon confide Gemen statebacker80f sen. La Folleher organize forges Liberal party of Missouri is name chosen Field of 18 presidential electors nominated. Counsel for Leopold and Loeb will hold Fiey Are not responsible for act through presentation of evidence it is hoped to save Youthful murderers of Franks boy from Gallows two noted alienist specialists in juvenile delinquency added to staff defense attacks Story presented by state. Six arrest by on int Ebna to Onais Border one for big so indices. Continued on Page 2 Montreal july 26.-the arrest of six men two of whom English Chappie Lewis alias Edward Long and George Wallace were arraigned in police court today marked the drive started recently by Canadian and United states secret service against a gang of International Confidence men who Are alleged to have swindled tourists visiting Montreal during the last six weeks of More than a million dollars the two i Raphers arraigned today Are a hair ged specifically with having obtained $25,000 under false per theses from h. L. Christie of Chicago. Lewis was held without Ball and Wallace also was committed to prison because of his Ina Bill to furnish Bond for $10,000. Phey were arrested As they were a met to Board a train for new Tork. .$100,000 i9 hidden. 4more than $100,000, part of the profits of two weeks operation of the gang is said by the police to be hidden in a safety Deposit vault which they have under surveillance. Richly furnished offices in the business Section were raided by the police of the Trail of the swindlers. The search of the rooms according to the authorities yielded bundles of bogus Money camouflaged with genuine $100 and $1,000 Bills and also a Supply of stationery bearing the letter head Oil j. P. Morgan & company of new York eight false telephones and two Dummy Telegraph instruments also were seized As Well As a blackboard on which were posted supposedly fictitious Stock prices and racing results. H. M. Graham of the United states Post office department and Bert Donalson of the United states secret service said that the gang they were assigned to round up la the most notorious which has Ever operated ii this continent. Last year they stated this group of swindlers did business in Cuba for ninety Days and during that time cleaned up $605,000. According to United states officials Lewis is wanted in Tiff United states on charges of having obtained fraudulently $50,000 from Simon touch of St. Aug Rustle Fla., and $20,000 from j. E. Blumenthal of Jacksonville Fla. St. Louis july Liberal party of Missouri was the name adopted for the Missouri unit of the third party at a state conference Here late today of supporters of Robert m. La Follette and b. K Wheeler for president and vice president respectively. The conference in addition nominated a Field of eighteen presidential electors formulated arrangements Tor placing their names on the ballot in november created a state committee and finally decided not to nominate a state ticket. More than Hundred attend. The meeting which was attended by More than a Hundred delegates representing labor organizations and progressive groups and societies from All. Sections of the state was harmonious. O. E. Jennings of Springfield labor Leader and treasurer of the provisional executive committee outlined to the conference Plana for raising a $100,000 fund for the la Pollette Wheeler Cam Ivain and for carrying on an aggie Ive fight in Missouri. It was also decided to distribute membership cards Tor a nominal sum. More than $300 in Cash for the immediate needs of the state Campaign Headquarters which will be maintained Here was raised today and in addition a representative of the Railroad Union of maintenance of Way employees pledged $250. The la Follette electoral com Mittie will be composed of  an elector in each of the sixteen districts of the state and two electors at Large petitions being used to get their names on the ballot. List of is lectors. E. Manlon of St. Louis and mrs. Mary Adams of Kansas City were named As candidate for electors at Large. Other electors and districts follow first District mrs. Delia Wright Hannibal second District Charles f. Doughty Moberly third District Horace cores Richmond fourth District Maurice Ryan St. Josepj fifth District w. Adams kans City sixth District r. V. Shoemaker Ohio seventh District Clauder Wil Kerson Sedalla eighth District w. T. Plummer Jefferson City ninth District j. R. Muligan Mexico tenth District u. G. Mckenney St. Louis eleventh District Joseph a. Konney St. Louis twelfth District c. W. Price St. Louis thirteenth District h. L. Hyatt de Soto fourteenth District d. W. Gram Ling for Felt fifteenth District Miles m. Jones Liberal sixteenth District Charles n. Dethman Cuba. E. T. Wood of Springfield mo., chairman of the state conference for progressive political action presided at today s meeting. 3 drown As Auto goes into River Motoi car Flung is into the Osage when grossing on ferry boat. Eldon mo., july 16.-two women and a child were drowned at bag Nell mo., near Here today when an automobile which Henry Vinyard of Dixon mo., waa driving ran off a ferry while crossing the Osage River. Three other persons were rescued from the River. The dead Are mrs. Jane Vineyard 75 years old Mother of the Driver of the machine his wife mrp. Henry Vineyard and his 2-year-old child. Vineyard Hie brother David and a sister Margaret were rescued from the River. Thei party at. The time of the Accident were Enro Ute to Bagnell for a visit with friends. The body of mrs. Jane Vineyard had been recovered and efforts Are being made to recover the bodies of Vineyard s wife and child. Rent a Chevrolet phone 1472. Second annual Rodeo Here 3 Dos this week world Joplin s second annual Rodeo will to held thursday Friday and saturday of this week july in August i and 2-it was announced yesterday by officials of the Joplin Rodeo association under whose auspices the big Roundup is to to held. The Rodeo will be stage again in miners baseball Park the Scenie of last year s successful event. Work of preparing the Park for the attraction will be begun immediately. Sponsors of the Rodeo declare that it will be even better than last year. Announcement of the dates for this year s Rodeo was necessarily deferred pending availability of the Star cowboys and cowgirls for the Joplin show. The Best in the game will to available this week and information has been received from them that they will be Here. Many of the leading contestants will come direct from Cheyenne web where the great annual fron Tori Day Oelo bration Wai on Lar Cou eluded yesterday. Also among the number will be crack riders ropers and bulldog Gers who have just returned from London where they participated in a Rodeo lasting sixty five Days. A feature attraction this year will be Leonard Stroud admittedly the greatest Cowboy of them All and a great aggregation of contestants. Stroud is known All Over the world for his marvelous ability to Rido and rope. He has performed before american dignitaries and the crowned Heads of Europe. His great collection of medals and trophies won in championship contests Tell a Story of ability to ride the wildest of wild broncs perform in trick Riding and throw the Lariat. Stroud s wife also is one of the Best of women riders and performs with him. In their string of horses is an animal that jumps a motor car filled with people carrying Stroud on Bim Job acc. Ten thousand Dollar in Cash prizes Are to be awarded the winners of the various events the same As was done last year and the awards will be sufficiently attractive to draw the Best men and women in the game. Stroud personally. In addition to the association s Cash prizes will offer $100 to the owner of any horse the cowboys at the Joplin show cannot ride. Stroud is to be the Arena director. In itself a guarantee that the greatest Rodeo performance Ever staged in the Middle West will be presented he will permit Only capable Talent to enter the contests and he knows them All. Stock for the Rodeo will begin leaving the ranges of Texas Oklahoma new Mexico and Kansas to Day and Salty broncs and steers will fill the pens to Challenge the punchers who Are ready to risk their lives in a trip on their Hurricane decks. Chicago july 26.-Hope of saving Nathan Leopold jr., and Richard Loeb from the Gallows entered tonight in the plans of their counsel to demonstrate a degree of mental irresponsibility for the crime due to diseased minds the defense will contend said Clarence Darrow chief attorney for the Youthful slayers of Young Robert Franks that the boys have diseased minds and that they were not responsible for their acts. The question of Legal insanity win not be brought Forth by the two added to staff. An Index of the line of defense was afforded by the appearance in court today of or. William j. Healy of Boston and or. Benjamin Glueck of new York two noted alienist specialists in juvenile delinquency. They were added to a staff of five Chicago alienist selected by the de tense to present the Story of the Young men s mental 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 the defense will base its plea for mercy win be the youth of Leopold and Loeb. Neither is Twenty years of age. Almost simultaneously after the week end adjournment of the penalty advisory hearing state s attorney Robert e. Crowe in charge of the prosecution declared in reference to the state s plea for the death penalty an Iron Aad i think we have made out an Iron Clad or. Crowe had touched Bottom in the pit which for four Days had sup piled seemingly endless material for the Mountain of evidence which he said would place the wealthy Young College student sin the Shadow of the Hangman s noose. He expects to scrape the Bottom clean 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 j. Gortland that Leopold Brilliant student of Law and ornithology who. Believed he had important work to do for the world 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 a Friendly maintains truth o remark. Gortland maintained the truth of his remark. It was the first attempt of the defense to break Down the testimony of a state witness. It consumed virtually the entire Short session to Day. In the presence of the court and spectators the hearing of the defendants was in marked contrast with that of previous Days. Ear4ier in the week they sat for noticeable intervals apparently paying Only casual attention to the proceedings. They talked Light heatedly and whispered frequently in Jovial mood to their attorneys and guards. Today however the lads sat through the two hour session under apparent self restraint. They appeared to pay strict attention to the trial and spoke to each other Only on two or three occasions in Sharp contrast to the Jaunty Demeanour of other Days. And yet outs we the courthouse the restraint seemed tossed to the winds and the easy nonchalance of the Young students was again in evidence. With our looks and Darrow s brains i think Well get along pretty Well was Leopold s comment after he and his fellow prisoner were taken Back to the jail. More Evl Denoe produced Nathan Leopold s spectacles set in an imitation Tortoise Shell Frame the slender clue of which the state s attorney began the examination of the two youths were again before the court today.,. They were identified positively by Jacob Wolnstein head of the optical House which produced them As those constructed according to the specifications on a Job ticket bearing Leopold s name. The prescription had been previously identified by the optician who Drew up the formula it was these glasses found near Young Franks body that first led the investigators to Tho Home of to Pold. Large pictures of the spec Uclea Tho Only Elua in the Toradio the police were printed in news papers several Days after the body was discovered and opticians and of cultists were asked to assist in identifying them by Means of the Lena analysis printed beside the photographs. Added also to the Mountain of evidence today were half a Hundred Large photographs taken by the state s attorney s forces during the investigation. They were taken the state explained to preclude the loss of important parts of the Story through the. Possible inaccessibility of the witnesses. All were identified by Edgar h. Tates the photographer in charge. William f. Barnes chief clerk in the auditing department of the Pullman company the third state witness today and the Seventieth for the hearing developed that the parlor car ticket sold the Day after the murder calling for a seat to Michigan City ind., never had been used. He affirmed that the ticket possibly had been purchased for the purpose of affording the purchaser entry to the car. It was on this car that the second Ransom letter instructing Jacob Franks the victim s father How to Deposit his Ransom Money was found there Tho Story stopped. On monday the state plans to offer testimony calculated to identify the handwriting of the pros liners. Then will come the testimony of John Levinson son of another wealthy family who was once considered As a possible victim of the slayers instead of Young Franks and Irving Hartman a schoolmate who was the last person to see Franks alive. The grand finale of the state s Case probably will come in the afternoon when stenographers will be called to read the of the defendants. Then perhaps tuesday morning the defense will begin. Steamship Wim i 288 passengers i on Board Sulli an believed to have been saved however three per sons taken to a Hospital % badly injured. Baker issues statement asserts he is not candidate of any organisation. St. Louis july 26.-in a formal statement made Here tonight Sam a. Baker Republican candidate for governor asserted that he la hot the candidate of any group bloc or organization and that he owes no allegiance to any faction class or clique. The statement declared he proposed if elected govt nor to serve no special or private interest. And solicits the support of Alt mis Souriano who believe in clean politics clean government fair dealing and efficient watch Tbs Reoa Thea Yaw. .1, Norfolk va., july exp Nuralon Steamer gratitude with 2tt employees of the Texas Oil compan and members of their families of Board Sank off Craney Island Norfolk Harbor Early tonight who she struck a sunken Barge. So fat As it was possible to Check the Paa Senger list late tonight no Uvea Wera lost though three Persona two women and a Man were taken to ii Hospital badly Hurt. The Navy tug by Tomato Arr Vejl at the ports Ruth Navy Yard at 11 30 o clock tonight with 150 of Tho excursion lists rescued from thai sunken vessel. The gratitude was not completely submerged and her passengers were taken off in email boats sent from new Tork Phil lick Delphia and Norfolk. The rally mail Steamer Pennsylvania and Sevart Harbor vessels and launches whack picked up the distress signals from. The gratitude hastened to the re Cue. A u scenes of the wildest confusion were enacted aboard the stricken vessel when her passengers Realise she was about to go Down. Many Persona including women and children jumped overboard apparently fearing they would be sucked undo when the vessel disappeared in Tho water. Others were hurled by the Force of the Impact. A. Some of those who leaped into the blackness of the Harbor Belof the sinking ship found standing in water Only Kunsa deep having landed on the submerged Barge. Others were submerged to their necks and Many Hasty Reeues were effected at the very Side of the sinking Craft. But for the fact thai the ship had been held firm. By the Barge which Sank her she .woul4 have gone to the Bottom with heavy loss of life. I others to the scene. The moment the vessel Era Ahad her distress whistles were blown and the Pennsylvania just Pakalni sent out boats to Tho Rescue. Otha vessels in the Harbor rimmed lately rushed to the scene and after a Frazir tic half hour rescued the Whol party it was believed. Tho pan nip Sylvan la turned Over Lier rescued other vessels and proceeded on a Way to Cape Charles. When the first boat Load of Thi rescued reached the Pennsylva Anft wharf and were landed confuse Ness. A a v additional train ordered a c Jefferson City july a an Drda is was issued today by. Tha Auto. Up lie service commission Requil Ranj run Bawaen o atm of each Vanlong and mini lit bantft0 in Mlat pm -3 5906 05594100 907887

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