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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Joplin, Missouri Average net paid circulation for april Globe and news Herald daily. 34,009 sunday 26,521 Twenty four hour service the to Peijin Globe every morning except monday the Jop Ilni news he Kanji every evening except sunday 12 issues per week Twenty cents Telephone 318 Yulii associated press reports ? delivered by Carrier. Iso a week. By mall in Advance Lesa than 8 months 50c a month 6 months 52.50 Yea $4.50 outside second zone postage $1.50 year sunday edition .$2 ear 50c extra postage outside 2nd zone entered and class Mattor at Post office Joplin unifier act Juarch 3, 1879.vol. Xxvii. No. 246. Fab location office 117 East fourth St Joplin Missouri sunday morning May 20,1923-Twenty-four pages. Rubl shed every morning except monday. Price five cents Are facing $154,619 sought from county in collective suit total expected to be swelled to Over .$160,000-state institutions claims Are i included. identified a mrs. Phillips alleged Hammer murderess win be returned to los Angeles on Steamer leaving May 30 for United states declares her Innocense and charges Peggy Caffe killed mrs. Meadows says husband turned state s evidence. Carthage ho., stay 19.-a collective suit to obtain judgment on unpaid warrants and claims against Jasper county totalling $154,619.74, 1 was filed in circuit court Liel e this x afternoon by e. B. Jacobs As agent ror tie numerous holders. The Case is filed for tie june term of court which opens in cartilage june 4. The petition contains a total of thirty three counts and consists of seventy three pages of Legal Cap ,, the largest petition Ever filed Here according to court officials. Major ult for 1918, several thousand individual warrants Are listed Many of them being for Small amounts. Few of the warrants Date Bajc to 1917, a majority of them being for the. Year 191s and the following years the unpaid county warrants listed in the suit total $122,487.50 the remainder if tie sum sued for representing accounts contracted during the latter liar of 1922, which the new county court has refused to pay on the f round that they cannot legally pay 1022 Bills with 1923 warrants. A several individual suits five been filed against the county some of them by state institutions that have been refused pay for Maine dance of county charges luring tie last half of 1922., it is expected other claims will be added to the con i Active suit probably swelling the total Well above the $160,poo Mark. The interest on the unpaid warrants dating from Date of protest by the county treasurer is asked in the. Suit and if granted will add several thousand More to the judgment. The collective suit embodies claims of several state institutions that have not filed individual suits against the county. Oil Sec of counts. The county set Forth in the petition Are variants assigned to w. C. Por Tor ?1,339.60 warrants assigned to it c. Griep $962.95 warrants is hued to w. J. Sewall $13,862.96-warrants issued to Carthage water & electric company. $2,989.51 warrants assigned to conqueror Trust company Joplin $13,687.25 to citizens state Bank Joplin $4/996.-17 to first National Bank at Nevada $4 994.62 to Webb City Bank $13,701 02 to Joplin National Bank .f575 miscellaneous warrants $564.-71 miscellaneous warrants $61.50 miners Bank Joplin $11,?70.00 Duenweg state Bahk $1,406.00 warrants issued to Keim & Mcmillan assigned to first National Bank of Carthage $188.50 miscellaneous assignments $3,837.63 assigned to Central National Bank of Carthage. $3,95 8.84 to Bank of Carthage $12,-043 03. Warrants assigned to the i4te Julius c. Miller $2,128.34 to Union Trust company Carthage $1,-7 j5.63 issued to Standard fruiting company Hannibal and assigned to first National Batik of carthage513,u i2.ia miscellaneous assign Nientsu to first National Bank $13,-s42.81 miscellaneous unpaid recounts $7,098.69- same $1,506.05 due state Hospital no. 3 at Nevada ?11,1 44,84 due state Sanatorium at mount vernoria $269.9,0 due. Lasper county anti tuberculosis Hospital $1,763.32" due _ Colodiy for feeble minded $1,399.28 state school for deaf $1,074.66 due state Hospital no. 1, at Nevada .$740.45 vie state Hospital no. 2, $231.07 in Aid miscellaneous accounts $803.68 same $737.11 warrants As  signed to b. C. Wan gun $419.55. Jio Reynolds Mcreynolds & Flanigan and Howard Gray Ere attorneys for the plaintiff in the suit. I by the associated press. Tegucigalpa Honduras May 19.-the woman being held Here As Clara Phillips the California Hammer murderess has been definitely identified by Deputy sheriff Walter j. Hunter who arrived Here from Taos Angeles. She will be taken Back to los Angeles where she escaped from jail last december by the Steamer Colombia leaving Ama Pala May 30. The prisoner broken Down. All Day today., she made offers to the police officials to help her to escape. In an interview which the associated press correspondent had with mrs. Phillips today she said weeping that she was innocent and charged that Alberta Mea Dows had been killed by Peggy Caffe. She declared her husband had turned state s evidence. He and Peggy she asserted were responsible for her conviction. In Mexico she declared she met a former Friend Jess Carson who is now in the Tegucigalpa pc Niten Larmand that to compelled her by Force to leave with him telling her that Honduras had no extradition treaty. Convention characterizes them As disgusting Maud Adams to return in Peter pan Success new York May 19.-Maud Adams famous actress who quit the stage because of illness in 1918, will return in the autumn in a revival of her greatest Success Peter pan and in three other Barrie plays one of them a new Effort on which sir James Barrio no ii at work the evening mail said today. Miss Adams was said to have been induced to go again before the footlights by Barrie whom she visited recency in England where she. Also Evv Rudyard Kipling and the heirs of Edmond Rostand. She is expected to appear in motion Pic Ture versions of several of Rostand s plays and Kipling s novels. Besides Peter pan and the nem Barrie play not yet named what every woman knows and that , " a Sre Given As her proposed stage vehicles by the associated press. Kansas City mo., May 19.-the Southern Baptist convention in session Here today selected Atlanta ga., As the place for the convention next year endorsed the establishment of a Seminary for negroes in Nashville i enn., and approved plans for the erection of a $2,000,000 Hospital in new Orleans i a. Marathon Franceis were characterized As disgusting exhibitions violence whether by persons masked or unmasked was declared to trample in the dust every human right and prohibition Laws were endorsed in a report of the social service commission adopted tonight by the convention be put on i an ? ? ? ? ?    ? forecast  . Missouri sunday partly ? ? Cloudy monday unsettled with ? ? probably showers cooler in ? ? East portion sunday. /  ? Kansas increasing cloudiness ? ? sunday monday Cloudy pos ? ? Sibly showers in East portion ? ? not much change in tempera ? ? Ture. ? Arkansas sunday partly ? ? Cloudy to Cloudy probably ? ? showers monday generally fair. ? ? Oklahoma sunday ? ? Day generally fair. ? ? rive tuesday. A larg delegation of Springfield Lions will be Heve for the opening session. 4 out for governor. Four candidates have been end Ter cd for the District governorship to succeed District governor f. N. Redheffer of Kansas City. Candidates Are Valter Bailey Carthage judge a. E. Duncan probate judge of Buchanan county St. Tosch Pat potentate of Moila Temple past grand Orthy president of the fraternal order of eagles the Rev. Claude b Miller Springfield president of the state Board of charities and Corrock tides and pastor of the fir to. Baptist Church at Springfield an i t. I. Campbell Liberty to. A Ery member of a Lions club in the state is entitled to vote in All matters of legislation except in the election of the District governor and the naming of the next convention City. In these two matters one Dele is allowed to represent each group of ten members of the or Gani Patlon. The convention Here is the first to to held since the state was made into one District of Lions clubs. Heretofore All clubs in Missouri Illinois Indiana and Eastern Wisconsin have been located in the same District. Motor tour on pro Erain. Both the morning and afternoon sessions tomorrow will be held atop the Connor. Luncheon will be served at 12 15 o clock find dinner at 7 30 o clock tomorrow night. Guests will be entertained a with a motor car trip Over the City and the District. A Parade of motor cirs probably will be held through the business Section. I  Kansas x City guests a will com a Here by Motoi car. The Springfield delegation will be accompanied by the. Springfield  forty three piece High school band. A program of la niday sessions and the banquet Moncla night follows \ registration of delegates. Opening of convention at -10 o clock by District governor f. I. Redheffer. invocation the Rev. J. L. Con ant. Address of Welcome mayor f. Taylor Snapp. L response Walter tenge. Roll Call report , club. Wel Conio to climbs a l. Chambers resident of the Jotun club. Lunch in the Grill room of the afternoon session-1 30 o clock essentials of club leadership j. D. Harris. C trthage., developing members in numbers and character Orla Flo Jones Chicago 111. Open forum District governor Redheffer banquet atop the Connor. Cast Viaster a. L. Claim bars. Quartet. Songs led by c. W. Scan. Address by Mercer Arnold president of the chamber of Commerce p. In. Redheffer j. L. Campbell and judge a. B. Duncan. Hull asks Tariff rate on sugar Cut democratic National Clia trnian Points out can Dinn action Wilch caused Price drop Washington May 19.-chairman Hull of the democratic National committee today renewed his request of president Harding for a 50 per cent reduction of sugar Tariff rates under the flexible provisions of the new Law. The recent action of Canada in reducing the Tariff on raw sugar 50 cents on 100 pounds arid on refined sugar 50 cents on 100 pounds said or. Hull in a statement immediately r Esu Ltd in a r eduction in like amount of the Price of refined sugar to Canadian Consumers As reported in the press. Here is positive proof that a reduction of sugar tariffs re suits immediately and directly in a corresponding reduction in sugar prices to Consumers. Instead of making the simple c-7 pediment of reducing the duty on sugar administration la stir indulging in the most despot at expedients to divert attention Way from the sugar Tariff outrage which is Cost life the american a Vople around $400,000oin a year in exces-si5r,, to impeach Taft Demind made against chief Justice for accepting dig annuity. Earl car new York May 19.-a demand Tor tie impeachment of William h. Taft chief Justice of the United states for accepting an alleged annuity of $10,000 Caj Nogle corporation and an attack on the Mcnine and Trotzky Brand of russian communism by Alexander Ca Han editor of Tjie jewish daily Forward featured the opening of the National convention of the socialist party today. Or. Cahan declared in an address that Trotzky was a big bombastic windbag but he believed he was sincere and that Lenine s Tihy Sinai breakdown was due in great part to his moral incapacity. Resolution adopted. The Resolution aimed at the chief Justice was adopted unanimously but none of the delegates express Cal views of the subject. The committee on i solutions sva ? instructed to obtain Coop action of trades unions and other bodies i making the demand for or. Taft s impeachment. Nation Lido in its scope. Algernon Lee former new York Alderman was elected chairman for the first Day. Or. Cahan in his address said the russian communists were More than two thirds fakers and rafters and it was time for the american socialists to Stop Tempo Drizing with the russian soviet. He deplored the relatively Small attendance at the convention saying it did not augur Well for the status of the party in the United states. Socialism had just As Good a Cianco to grow in this country As it had in England to asserted if the Here would go about their work of rebuilding in the right Way and sidetrack their attempts to evolve Highfalutin Ponce head is sued by woman for false arrest Zev takes Derby before enormous crowd of 75.000 Harry Sinclair s entry defeats 20 of nation s Best horses Martingale second Vigil third Zev the French begin seizure by the Alao lated press. Essen May 19.-French have begun the seizure of household goods belonging to germans who refuse to pay fines levied against them by the occupation authorities. The German news mers say that seizures Are to be made at the Homes of Fritz Thyssen and of. Krupp von Bohlen Joplin hourly . 1 p. A. 75 7 p. A. 2 p. 8 p. A. 3 p. 81 9 p,.ni. 4 p. A. .84 10 p. A. 5 p. s3 n p. A. 6 p. M.,.,.82 12 midnight.,. Maximum 4 a. Hi., 84 . Minimum 11 p._m., 70 degrees. Pro cup station Bince Midnight 43 Inch. St. Louis May 19.-suit.for $200,-000 damages resulting from her arrest la St october on a charge of drawing a Check for $28 with intent to defraud Phillip Brockman president of the St. Louls Board of police commissioners was filed in circuit court Here today by mrs Mybelle Marshall of Jackson Tenn. Besides Brockman the suit names As defendants two other individuals two automobile Conj Janies and several other unknown persons. All a of charged with. Having unlawfully caused the arrest of los. Marshall. Heads Missouri Auto club. St. Louis May 19.-r. B. Britton of St. Louis was elected president of the automobile club of Missouri at a meeting held hero last , it was disclosed tonight. Ben r. Hall of Kansas City Paul c. Hunt of Jefferson City and c. B. Nicholson of St. Louis via elected vice presidents Frederick h. Semple treasurer and Avil Llam King general manager and. Carleton of the state Highway commission and. Eighteen St. Louis ans were elected to the Board of lire a " a a c by Tho . Louisville ky., May 19. Harry Sinclair s Brown you horse that came Back after finishing next to last in the $5ff,00i Preakness a week ago today in top cd the racing Hall of Fame when he won the forty ninth Kentucky Derby before a crowd of 75,000 persons the greatest throng that Ever witnessed a horse race in America. The Little Brown Colt by the finn miss Kearney Defeated Twenty of the Best three year Olds in the nation the largest Field that Ever started in the classic. Leads Field All Way. Starting from tenth position from the inner ail Zev shot into the Lead a few feet after leaving the Barrier and led the Field until the fall of Tho Flag crossing the wire a length and a half ahead of Martingale owned by j. S. Cosden. Walter j. Salmon Vigil Winner of the Preakness stakes finished third one length behind Martingale. Tho race at one and a Quarter Miles was run Over a track lightning fast the time being 2 05 2-5, two seconds slower than the record for the event set by old Rosebud in 1914. , owned by Frederick Johnison pulled up in fourth place by a nose while Chittagong owned by mrs John v. A crts of Chicago was fifth a length Back of Nassau. In the fighting Bunch Back of Chittagong came . Payne Whitney s enchantment who capture sixth place while Rialto owned by mrs. Harry Payne Whitney finished seventh. Tho race was Worth $53,6 25 net to or. Sinclair who was not Arcq ont to witness the Brilliant Victory of his Sterling Colt. Martingale s owner received $6,000 As second place Money while $3,000 went to Vigil for third place and $1,000 to Nassau for fourth. Glicr arises. Tho Field went to tie Post at 2 47 o clock and after a delay of six minutes due to the unmanageable Nassau starter William s. Hamilton sprang the Barrier and a hysterical cheer arose from the crowd As the horses plunged into a stride. Martingale momentarily snatched the Lead. The Field started its dash past the grandstand but Little Earl Saridan Riding nov quickly jerked his charge into Tho commanding position sending Lym to Tho front with All the Speed for which to is famous. Jockey Sande laying head close to Zev s steaming n Eck kept his horse hugging Tho rail is he swept by the grandstand two lengths in the Lead. With Martingale trailing arid fighting Back in third place. Vigil was tenth at the Quarter eighth at the half Olio sixth at the three Quarter pole fifth into the stretch and with jockey Garner vigorously applying the whip started a for Tho Wiro a length behind Martingale with Nassau fourth. I cad of two . With a Lead Ott to lengths to his credit jockey Sando piloted Zev around the Back stretch and straightened out for Iho Wiro. Martingale continued Tho fight to retain second Pauc having the advantage of a length Over Vigil with Garner s Hoise gaining at every step and making a valiant bid Tor second place. Running like mad horses Zev and Mai Tingle shot under the wire a length and a halt separating them. Tho c la fwd became hysterical lifting the winners Naie in a mighty shout and surging around the judges stand to get a close glimpse of Zev and Hia Little blonde jockey. Great c Rovid there. Never before in Tho history of the Derby had such an enormous Crow,612. Oklahoma City okla., May 19. Arnold c. Dolde former clerk of the United states District court for Western Oklahoma pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzling court funds late today before Federal judge Robert l. Williams. He was sentenced to two years in prison on each of three counts the sentences to run concurrently. Dolde will be started for the Federal prison at Leavenworth late tonight. who examined the former clerk s books alleged that his shortage amounted to $15,612.68. For nearly Twenty years Dolde had served As an officer of the court. Several months ago when an audit of his was begun to mysteriously disappeared. After an absence of nearly a week Dolde returned to the Federal building Herfy and surrendered. Rites conducted for dead in fire last of persons who Park Ishad in school disaster arb buried. By the associated press. Camden s. A Jay 19.-still a by the tragedy of thursday night in which a Vonty Tive persons lost their lives in Tho firs at Cleveland graded school eight Miles Froni Here the Cleveland school and a am Den a Omini unities and Kershaw counties Are preparing in every Way to care for those loft dependent by the fire. This afternoon the funerals of the last of the dead Ivere held at Buelah Church and at Antioch and this evening the Relief fund being collect cd by the chamber of Commerce of Camden and Kershaw county had mounted to More than $5,000. Plan of cd Catlon. A plan to insure the education of children left Motherless and fatherless is being worked out and the work on the farms where the head of the family perished will be supervised and aided by the Chambe of Commerce. The ruins of the Little Frame school House were combed today in search of additional bodies but none was found. Willard and Firpo not next in line for Jack great Falls mont., May 10.-the heavyweight Battle for championship honors next Labur Day will not be Between Dempsey and Willard or Firpo said Jack Kearns manager of Jack Dempsey heavyweight Champion of the world but will be Between Dempsey and Haj by wills negro heavyweight fighter a his Slat Mont said Kearns to an associated correspondent is of course predicated upon Dempsey winning Over Tommy Gibbons in their championship Battle of the world in Shelby july 4. Neither Firpo nor Willard which Over May win in their coming fight would make a drawing card equal to wills nor be As hard to Cra Civ Dempsey docs idiot Tho color iln6 and is Villin Togo against wills labor if a satisfactory offer is made fifteen foreigners doomed unless. Demands of bandits Are met some Are Iii foot sore bruised poorly fed. And worse Clad seven chinese have already been slain. Revisions suggested in Railroad merger plans a Ashington. May i number of Revi Sions in tentative in government Plana for Railroad consolidation were suggested today by Railroad men appearing before Tho interstate Commerce commission. Aviu Iam s. Jenny vice president and general counsel Delaware. Lackawanna & ave Stern protest a against proposals including that line in a group with new England roads and said that an alternative plan linking it with the Erie and a Abas systems even though dangerous would be More desirable. Tco Tiu sea on Page player is sought. North 3-Iay. Out. May 19,-the town of North Bay modify had posted an Offe r of a $500 Reward for the capture of Leo Rogers,.who escaped from court last a wednesday after brandishing a fake pistol and then having armed himself with a Rifle j and two automatics killed one Constable and wounded another luring a Posso to Hill i idling place throw n a Telephone Call. Science s last \s-Oi-a-ralnnite.-adv. Peking May 19.-fifteen foreigners six of them americans some of them ill some of them foot sore bruised poorly fed and worse Clad tonight arc looking in the face in Tho part Zulu Hills of Shantung province As Thoy approach the end of their second week As captives of the Jian dits who raided the Shanghai peking express near Suchov May 6. \ if the foreign and chinese governments Are unable to satisfy the brigands by tuesday that their terms for the release of the prisoners will be and the robbers chieftain makes Good his threat two of the americans and two britishers have but Little More than forty eight hours to live. To he. Shot a Aning. They will be shot As a warning that the marauders mean to Force compliance with their demands under their chief s ultimatum sent out saturday.   to Are pleading for our lives and unless peking Washington and London realizes that the bandits Are ready to sacrifice their own lives and those of All their captives in their fight for reinstatement in the chinese govern nent immune from. Punishment we Are surely doomed is the statement Mado by Leon  Friedman one of the americans speaking Tor All. Friedman s message sent to i brother in Shanghai. Jias i stirred the foreign communities of China in Shanghai tomorrow w a mass meeting will be held to pass resolutions demanding that the american and British governments guarantee promises Ott a chinese government to the and win the Freedom of their imprisoned nationals. The Shadow of death has descended seven times this week on the bandits prison corrals in the part Zulu Hills. Two of the chinese prisoners were thrown from Tho Cliffs because their promised ransoms had not been paid and five others were shot Down in cold by quod for failure to obey orders. One Inka Marlon o. Berube a Frenchman b of Shanghai yesterday was Given his Freedom with instructions from. Vang the bespectacled scholarly Bandit Leader to go to peking and Lay before the chinese govern ment and the foreign diplomatic corps the desperate. Plight of the fifteen others. We Tell Story today. Berube Tomoi Row will Tell his Story and present the ultimatum of the outlaw to the diplomatic corps incl iding a Jacob Gould Schurman american minister who has returned. To the capital from a trip to Shanghai and the Bandit zone. Two factors apparently have clogged negotiations for the release of the captives. One is the bickering Between chinese officials at Tsao Chwang who have poured in there by the Carload to treat for the prisoners i Elease. The other is the bandits demand repeated again and again that because they cannot Trust the promises of the chinese government guarantee that their terms will be met must be Glisn from some responsible source. Opposed to this latter position is the stand of the foreign diplomats that the chinese government is of told re. Spon sible for the safety of the prisoners and it must obtain their free Dom. And Friedman says a Baube says that unless the �-captlve9 Are released soon they Are. Doomed. Advices from Tsao Chwang state that Mutiny is feared among the troops policing the Bandit zone. Thayl have not been paid for eighteen months and Are reported to be fraternizing with Tho outlaws to the extent of Selling he brigands. The government Anin ignition they carry some of the soldiers Wexr. Stir Are said to be the Brig acid Forte despite repeated assertions from chinese official quarters that they had been withdrawn in insure the safety of part Sone a in response to the outlaws ultimatum. The diplomatic corps. Headed bits Deai i j. B. Detreitas the Doctu i Lueso minister twice has fall duct Ali ". Government to Speed to tuft i nixed on a ,?iwm0m& the chinese 7continued.i 783235 2220

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