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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Joplin, Missouri Average net paid circulation for August daily.24,619 sunday.25,855 a Inge Dollar profits for Penny investments a few cents invested today in a Little g Tobe Quot for a Sale want and will bring in Dollar profits tomorrow. Dig up something about the place for which you have no further use but which will be of some value to someone else. Sell it convert it into Money with the Globe want in 25, too Home daily. Full associated Bukss reports delivered by Carrier 15c week. By mall in Advance three Mouths 91,80 six months 2.75 year 15 outside second zone postage ii year sunday a Litton Only $3 year 60c extra for postage outside second zone. Entered As second class matter at Post office Joplin under act March 3, 1879. Vol. 25. N0.37. 117 Raul fourth St pacification office Joplin Missouri thursday morn ing september 23, 1920.�?12 pages. Pahll had Kerry a Hora ins monday Price five cent governor Cox a special train wrecked candidate escapes without an injury a dry Quot candidate would quit race for presidency % Aaron s. Watkins offers to withdraw from Campaign if either candidate will endorse prohibition. Social order is imperilled by agricultural problems summary of investigation by american farm Bureau federation shows transportation financial and labor troubles that must be solved wages should be equalized report declares. Washington sept. 22.�?aaron s. Watkins prohibition presidential Chicago sept. 22.�?the american farm Bureau federation in a statement tonight summarizing its investigation into business Industrial and agricultural conditions declared that America Quot is facing an agricultural economic condition which if not intelligently dealt with will Lead to consequences so grave As to affect All Industry to the Point of Imp riling the social 15, veterans Balbriggan still March in Parade suffers reign of at Indianapolis terror by guards members of g. A. R. In civil half of population of Irish War uniforms make mile Long hike at fifty fourth National Encampment. Nominee declared in an address to j be Given immediate help in transport Day before the fifteenth International j Talon finance and labor and recon Congress against alcoholism that he "1pnfls the following As remedial of v. I forts which would go a Long Way to would withdraw from the presiden j Ward gov Long agricultural difficult tial race if a pledge of support the dry program could be obtained i preferential treatment in transport from any of the other candidates. Tatton to a11 farm produce held for a it ask Only two things of the Indianapolis ind., sept. 22.�? the statement says Farmers must granted manufacturers of luxuries j weary from marching but delighted and non essentials have been largely. 8 expended in driving up wages and it Quot a enthusiastic reception Given the Cost of living while the proud j them the 15,000 veterans of the cers of essentials have been Over civil War who marched Here today looked. We need More capital rather a , r a in uie Parade of the fifty fourth an Nual Encampment of # the grand army of the Republic rested tonight. Than More credit. Depend Osi big crops. Quot the nation a Prosperity depends town spends night in outlying Fields cold and unprotected. Liquor dealers deny help for democratic Campaign Barnes refuses to submit subscription list of Book to Senate probes a Rockefeller contribution to g. O. P. Greater than that of liquor men to democratic party Reed declares. By the associated press. Balbriggan Ireland sept. 22.�?-nearly 1,000 persons about half the population of this partly de restated town crept Back to their Homes this morning after having spent a second night of terror in the outlying Hay Fields. Once during the Middle of the night an other candidates a or. Watkins said. Quot whenever any one of them pledges himself to enforce the eighteenth amendment and enforce the volstead act if elected and to use All of his Power and influence to retain them As a part of the nations Law i will agree to ask our National committee to release a from the will american business will Quot stand like a Roek against nullification of the prohibition enforcement act a the International Congress against was told today by or Harvey w. Wiley former chief chemist of the department of agriculture. Prohibition. Or. Wiley declared was Quot the greatest thing that has Ever happened politically in this he predicted that there never would be Quot any sort of change in the enforcement statutes now in effect because the Quot entire economical pressure Woi fld be exerted in opposition to it. The politicians. Or. Wiley said is Quot in most cases glad that the Saloon was a to longer exerting its Power Over the the liquor inter a ests were still to be reckoned with he added but a they ate not a potent j Power and they must work in i secret. Would withdraw ticket. Or. Wiley declared that if he we reactive in politics he would urge the withdrawal of the prohibition ticket. Quot where then would you ask a Christian Man to cast his ballot a asked a Delegate. A i would leave it to your con i science Quot or. Wiley replied. It do not think that a ballot for the prohibition candidate is going to get an a body declaring that 30,000 of the 120,-ooo physicians in the United states had obtained permits for the prescription of liquor or. Wiley said this number prot Fly correctly represented the number of physicians Quot who still believe that liquor has value As it medical a Brut they will Stop when they he said. Adding Quot my suspicion is that much of the liquor prescribed goes Down throats that need no treatment except for the effects of the liquor they j. I primarily upon bumper crops for it a benches in downtown Parks and h mimed n shipment and to All goods unsigned u foundation i around the soldiers and sailors i to a to Farmers which Are necessary to 7# a a i. I Stampede o the people to Remote conduct the business of farming. Of a a w7 Ai Gnu Fiche g Quot a n 1 be in which not he a Parton the City Fields where they took Refuge in More profits for Farmers better jagr culture and Industry must move the veterans sat and talked of their Der Hedges and Hay Cocks or what distribution Forward hand in hand leaving the March today and of the Days when Ever shelter th4?y were Able to Dos middlemen and tend to eliminate stabilize prices. Neil ample finances. Ample finance with Rural Banks assuming the obligation of financing the Farmer with Long and priority credits. Protection from Quot wild cat investments w hich were said to be taking millions of dollars from Farmers annually. Interest of the farming class entirely out of the question it would be to to the advantage of the nation to Grant preferential consideration to agricultural requirements even though other industries May be temporarily concerning transportation the their hikes were longer which Many of their failed to return. Their Parade and from cover in the dark comrades i. Botnen and old men shivered in j the cold of the night and until j Dawn when a recon loitering party today covered a found things quiet in Balbriggan route less than a mile in length butane All of them gradually returned it taxed the strength of Many. A to their Homes statement says a it will be months i temperature of 85 degrees made i Only a few remained and even years before our transport marching uncomfortable too and be the correspondent who arrived tation system can be restored to their the Parade was finished Many at an Early hour this morning from Dublin witnessed the last of the population coming Home women with crying infants in their arms men carrying blankets of food and _ children endeavouring Tot rub the Quot we have tried to rehabilitate our i Quot of lev a to necks partly mean High str a War time enthusiasm. The line of sleep from their eyes. Only a hand country by every method a a cent u to the consumer. A March led through streets packed. Through the sweat of the brow the j a the consumer need not pay More 1 solidly with spectators and passed statement says. A Many Indus to yes j by but producer must receive More a j office buildings and stores in which Washington sept. 22.�?the Senate investigating committee again plunged into the seas of Republican and democratic Campaign financing today but the record had Little affirmative information on party funds at the close of the session to add to what had been previously disclosed. Two Flat denials connected with f Mitten during its Chicago sessions charges that have figured in Prev will not be available until then our testimony were produced How j or. Carroll acknowledged having Ever. One was entered by William 1 authorized the sending out from his Industrial labor wages statement declares can which be a com Squall Patlon of agricultural an Normaj efficiency and that prefer were carried to first Aid stations to a ence must be granted agricultural recover from mild heat prostrations. To move a there were no serious attacks How Ever. Concerning profits the statement greeted with . Encouragement of irrigation. 1 adds that More profits for the farm i the marchers were greeted with statement a Lee ares can no worn Lime lately 80 As polished Only by lowering Industrial i crops wages or increasing farm wages. Ninn fits. The s have been to the Point a a in most cases we will window was crowded. A con that they Are top heavy. Liberal he re Iedy elimination of excessive a tenuous Roar of cheers greeted each trip a a a Ltd a a ?.���?� a a a Ful of the residents of Balbriggan had been courageous enough to pass the night in their Homes. Many of the townspeople had scattered among friends in neighbouring villages while others had Darnel jr., who asserted that the Book a a republicanism in 1920,�?� published by his company the Albany n. A journal had no connection with the Republican National committee and was a private commercial venture. The other denial was made by George t. Carroll of Elizabeth n. J., president of the National retail liquor dealers of America and of the feta rated liquor industries of new Jersey who said that such support As these organizations Bud Given the candidacy of governor Cox for the presidency was in no Way connected with the democratic party financing. Or. Barnes carried his denial to the extent of challenging the com Mitteer a right to demand subscription lists for the Book published by his concern. He questioned its authority to Call for an accounting 1 preparation. Office of letters urging liquor Deal ers in the National association to Aid the Cox end Roosevelt ticket. The letter before the committee he said had been read to him Over the Telephone for approval but he said lie did not recall the paragraph specifically urging that the democratic candidate be supported. No official action had been taken by either organization of which he was head to endorse a presidential ticket he said although it had been decided to urge election of a Quot Liberal Congress regardless of what party they Ziess than $2.500 collected a total of Quot less than $a>.000�?� had been received in response to the circular letters Carroll said adding that no Campaign literature had yet been put out although it Wytt in As to a private business venture contending that the explanation he made showed the work not to be a Campaign document. Postpone examination. After an argument with senator Reed Democrat Missouri who insisted that a form of subscription contract differing from those produced by the witness already was in the record completion of or. Barnes senator Edge Republican. New Jersey asked if any democratic party officials had Ever sought to have the liquor men Quot desist from this activity in behalf of the democratic ticket. Carroll replied in the negative and the senator then asked engine toppled Over. 4 cars arc ditched by rail spread Rumor that Man was seen running along track just before Accident near Phoenix Ariz., is discredited by candidate and train officials a Dis arranges future itinerary of the party. Phoenix Ariz., sept. 22.�?governor Cox a presidential Campaign train was wrecked about 4 30 of clock today fourteen Miles North of Here while on route to Prescott Ariz. The democratic presidential candidate and Hife party were badly shaken up when an engine and four cars of the special train were ditched but All escaped serious injury. The most seriously injured was Charles a. Nichols Engineer of Prescott who had a leg broken in jumping from his cab when his if the work had not been Quot accepted by the democrats. Senator Pomerene Democrat Ohio challenged this last question As tin broke Ine Recart. Complexion or air. Names.,. A examination went Over until Tomor and or finally Row. Exhibit file with the Corn n Nie a Oto or it mrs y japanese girl Dies after mistreatment tool kiss Tki of Tulsa had run Avay from Home to avoid attending school. Only minor damages Are re ported in Wake of Hurricane that hit Louisiana. New Orleans sept. 22.�?the tropical Hurricane that passed Inland near Morgan City last night apparently had spent its Force before reaching the Gulf coast and reports coming in its Wake indicate Only minor damage. No deaths were re ported. Wire communication however i in i a a it Quot a ���?o���1 a a m0r&Quot chief reviewed the Parade As it f an Twenty Miles Distant. J j passed the Indiana state Capitol. I groups of townspeople stood in 1 leading the procession came the i the streets this morning gazing it j members of the Illinois department j the smoking ruins of houses a led by e. Armstrong of Peoria wrecked by bomb or burned after ills., department commander. Eol a havin been soaked with Petroleum a lowing Illinois veterans came the t monday night. During his visit the Wisconsin department led by a Fife tropical storm explosion plot blows itself out i epidemic spreads a Wisconsin up ailment led by a t Ife j correspondent saw motor tenders a a a a a and drum corps the fifes squealing a Al a if dr�7pn Quot a Lark \ new i1&Quot.1.&Quot tune of the civil War period j to quoth a Al. Met. I a list a a it 1,1 do k ans at plan two trips Millerand to be for sen. Harding next president no Progress made in be York mystery�?4 men say they talked to Driver. Marching through j in l a so r��it8 from army men next came the i Enns Vivanta vet ,0 reinforce the Royal Irish co Stab reruns led by a band which had As its ulary wearing nondescript uni a favorite tune Quot marching through forms half Khaki and half police the pennsylvanians with Blue whizz through the main a Caps set Back on their Heads eyes thoroughfare the men with rifles new York sept. 22.�?while the straight front and chins thrust out i in hand latest development today in the in a appeared ready for another March vesti gation of Wall Street s sex behind the Pennsylvania veterans Losion pointed to an Accident a were two former slaves Charles rather than a plot news dispatches i Yatt of new Orleans wearing the from other Cisera located Tea. Mild epidemic of bomb threats wearing his War Tim 1 Navy ui1>,. Police save property. The local police consisted of Twenty Royal Irish const Abulai v veterans. They Are said to hav it prevented the Quot Black and tans Quot from burning the principal factory in the town and also to have saved had broken out throughout in t the Ohio department came next country. Virtually the Only Prog a prominent in to a contingent was or. Less made in to hts investigation of George t. Harding father of War was difficult tonight Quot and a a Haurold i a he disaster Here last thursday i Jujj Thelt a a Ufa can pre. J inspector Durke who. Came unsought. Is a a e a a guard during the Early fight schedule. Had been a cause we various investigating Ohio marching m full a Norm we the my remove gtd today from the other property. The body of the Royal Irish of weakened Bridges and washed out j bodies were a eking clues All Over police station. Kansas City. Sept. 22.�?the body of a 16-year-old japanese girl believed to be Toki Kuranuki of Tulsa okla., who died last night after falling from a viaduct was identified today by mrs. B. F. Jamieson and mrs. F. Pierce both of Rosedale. Kan., As that of a girl whom they had talked to yesterday. The girl appeared shame faced and embarrassed Early in the morning at the door of mrs. Jamieson a Home she said. Both women said the girl told of running away from school in Tulsa bound for Des Moines to. She told of being taken to the country in a motor car by a Man she had met at the Union station and left to walk Back to Kansas City after the Man had mistreated her. The girl told the women she wanted to commit suicide they said. She refused to Tjaard a trolley for the City declaring she could not face so Many people. The women then showed her the Road that led to Kansas City and she set out on foot. A negro woman mrs. Willa e. Williams proprietor of a theatrical Agency in Kansas City kan., said the japanese girl appeared at her office yesterday apparently very tired and rested there until 9 30 last night. The girl was next seen on the twelfth Street viaduct Here. A few moments later her dead body was picked up from the Railroad tracks below the viaduct. Roadbed. Available information did not warrant any great anxiety regarding the Louisiana sugar and Rice crops that were in the path of the storm. All outbound crafts that had been held at port Eads a Attong passage of the Hurricane steamed out to sea today. No shipping loss. No loss to shipping has thus fat been reported Here. Traffic on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad however was at a standstill one Bridge having been washed out neat Here while the tracks were reported under Wrater at several Points. Trees were uprooted windows were broken and signs were blown Down by the wind Here. One unidentified Man was killed by a fall new York and new Jersey four j cheers for but the bodies of Nsasi City and Oklahoma City other into . Marion Ohio sept. 22.�?two speaking trips circling the Middle West and dipping As far South As Are to be made by senator Harding during the first half of october. Under plans completed today at least eight formal addresses w ill be delivered and it is expected that in addition the Republican nominee will make Impromptu speeches to crowds in various cities where Short 1 formality Only remains with Assurance that no opposition will develop. Stops Are scheduled. A Bourgeois a president of Quot a the Quot Senate 1 Frith it his assistant on the league during the latter half of the of nations question when the crash. Will this evening reiterate their de i us Uzuh Quesi Rau Wuhu uie crab on til oin6i cities ext g to do visited it ,.a. Mir raft vision not to be a candidate against Maui if u it Trie Complete itinerary Tot to Nav a ,. ,. Tim Nii a a a i i u. It m. Millerand and Many who voted in Nelt a Rook calmly. A Rod has not yet been arranged. It. A or j by the associated press. Paris sept. 22.�?premier Alexander Millerand chosen today by a Large majority of Tho senators and deputies As the candidate of virtually All the groups and parties in both Chambers to succeed former president Deschanel now May lie considered As the next president of the French Republic tomorrows ceremony at Versailles being More or less formality. Both Raoul Peret president of the chamber of deputies and Leon spreading rails were assigned by Railroad men As the cause of Tho wreck which compelled the governor and his party to return Here tonight and cancel his evening address at Prescott. His future itinerary also was upset. Speed of thirty five Miles. The Accident occurred a half mile out of Peoria a Village on the Santa be Railroad fourteen Miles North of Phoenix. After delivering several speeches Here the train consisting of six cars and drawn by two heavy engines headed for the up Grade to Prescott left Here at 4 of clock. About a half hour later w Hile running at a Speed estimated at Between thirty five and forty Miles an hour the train jarred suddenly As if in collision and then application of the emergency brakes bumping Over broken rails and ties and careening of cars told passengers the Story. The four Forward. Cars were ditched the governors private car the Federal at the rear and the adjoining compartment car of newspapermen except for its Forward truck remaining on the rails. Governor Cox was in the dining room of his private car going Over papers with or. Robert c. Gold men employed by a House wrecking concern working in the financial District walked into the municipal building on their own account and reported that ten minutes after the blast they had been talking with the Driver of the death Wagon of the spectators. Their Gibbons and Larless still remained commander William Miller of co in a nearby outhouse today await ing an inquest. The manager of a British owned continued on Page 2, a amp Lumn 6 the weather to be taken. Starts october i. The first of Tiiu two trips taking the nominee across Middle West. -.�?��?�. Will begin a week after his return on a it a a it i a a a 3 a a a a a a v a v a a j september 29 from his excursion a , x into Maryland wed Virginia and f Kentucky. To leaving Marion on octo Ber 6, he will speak at Dos Moines Lumbus Ohio presented Sabre and the veterans executed eyes right As they passed the reviewing stand. New York vets Quot kept Stop. New York veterans marched by in step calling out the familiar Quot left which is believed either to have tas they stepped along. Follo mtr. Unit Street came the departments of con carted the bom x in a next Cut Massachusetts new Jersey or to have been hit by an Automo. Main6 California and Nevada. Rhode bile there while conveying expo to slant new Hampshire Vermont it forecast. A Sives across the City. Land the District of Columbia. A Missouri generally unsettled Ltd a d Wagon was wrecked. The band playing Quot Maryland my a it weather thurs Lay and Friday a it the workers said that the Driver Maryland a led the Maryland Veter j a with probably showers and a it Omaha we that evening had rushed up to them and 4e-ans who were next in line. In the t thunderstorms not much change a a Risas City to on the evening cleared his Wagon had been blown a ear of this contingent was the Battle a in temperature v Ottob it a s t 0klahoma City up while he was telephoning so a in a Quot Quot a he Evelna of october a. Employer for an add Ess to which Nebraska Michigan Iowa Colo-1 a it thunderstorms in ast portion Ltd a to of Only h of a a Quot hours he had been ordered to take some Rado Wyoming and Kansas veterans a Friday generally fair not much he will depart again on october 12, building materials. Then he is said splatter wearing Largety Nowers a change a a a temperature. It speaking at Chattanooga. Tenn of ing Power wire. Considerable dam a t0 have disappeared. Made up the next division. Delaware a Arkansas thursday and Fri a age from High winds and tides were j assistant District attorney Talley veterans came next and then the 1 May generally fair. A reported from coast Points East Quot of j indicated tonight Liat the grand Minnesota soldiers who carried a a Oklahoma thursday and Fri y Here the wind at Bay St. Lou a and jury investigating the disaster a Large Flag. Departments of i month but was Indica Tel Here that the two j ll1. / naps today will revert to m. I a what s that Quot he shouted Ris swings announced today would prob ,.erand tomorrow. Ing to his feet Only to be thrown ably constitute the longest journeys the correspondent was informed j heavily across the car into a steel by Many who voted against m. J Wall. He was shaken up but rushed Millerand today that it was a Niere j of to assist the injured and soon demonstration against the proposed was # nonchalantly viewing the revision of the Constitution and that. Smokane his nine and they would vote for m. Millerand smoking is pipe Ami they tomorrow or abstain from casting their ballots. Chef men eur having been estimated a a particular la interested in a Souri Oregon. Kentucky West Var a us is Otth the. w,.�hlpt. A. I a night. In some Loc Ahues w a we re been charged to look Alaska Arkansas , Louis a Tober 13 at Louisville ky., october 14 at Indianapolis october 15, and Oklahoma thursday and Fri at St. Louis october 16. All of the miss 1 9 partly Cloudy to Cloudy. Ltd set speeches on this trip Are to be Down or out of commission. Texas coast War ready a conspiracy. If storm Rai it there was Given by the workmen who Jand naval veterans marched by refused of attend school. Tulsa okla. Sept. 22.�?m. Kisanuki a japanese truck Farmer living near Here believed to be the father of Paki Kisanuki 16-year-old girl whose body was last night found under a viaduct in Kansas City mo., said Here today that his daughter left Home last saturday because she was forced to attend school Here. Or. Kisanuki told the police that his daughter gave kannada City As her destination when she left. Automobile insurance the Illinois they pay phone Joplin. W7 Webb City. 735. Galveston Tex., sept. 22.�?texas coast cities breathed easier today in the knowledge that the tropical Hurricane which roared its Way up the Gulf of Mexico from Yucatan and threatened to smite a wide strip of territory Between Galveston and Corpus Christ had recurved at sea and swung eastward. Victims of previous hurricanes however and fully aware of the fickleness of such storms both cities continued to take All possible precautionary measures. Because of the mystery surrounding the storms whereabouts officials redoubled their efforts to prevent a relaxation of vigilance. Daylight revealed the coast braced for a hard blow. Preparations to withstand the storm Here and at numerous smaller places continued until far into the night. The authorities said in the event the storm should strike the Texas coast the elaborate precautions taken and the i Tad cast warnings sent out would minimize the loss of life or property. Declared to reporters that some j perfect alignment contractors frequently carted sex j 1,000 a Ehlt a it i Erst March Plosives in any sort of vehicle with the a a hoosiers veterans 1,000 out bothering to obtain a permit. A Strong headed by Robert Mcbride a of Indianapolis department com get warning in Ohio. Rne Fri Folly wed the others. Cleveland Ohio sept. 22.�?post master Murphy today received an Anonymous letter at noon that two Wagon loads of High explosives were being brought into the City and that the Federal Reserve Bank the Union National Bank and the Citi to mobiles carrying veterans who through wounds or physical infirmities were unable to March. They received their share of cheers. The business sessions of the Encampment will be held tomorrow when officers will be elected and the Zens savings and Trust company a City chosen for the next encamp were to be blown up before night a ment. The Encampment will close fall. Federal authorities com Friday with the installation of the Mun located with the police and aug a we Ceis to mobiles filled with detectives and police reserves were rushed to each of the three institutions. Clemenceau goes Hunting. Paris. Sept. 21.�?m. Clemenceau left Paris this evening for Marseilles where he will embark for India. The former Premier will spend several weeks Hunting in the Himalayas. Franco will pay. Paris sept. 22.�?france will pay every Dollar of the $25,000,000 loan due in new York october 15 m Francois marshal minister of finance officially announced in the Cabinet Council today. This sum is France s share of the $500,000, Anglo French loan floated in United states during the War. A temperature readings for the a it Twenty four hours ending at 7 v p. M., september 22 Max. Min. Pree. A a a Abilene Tex. 88 60 .00 a a Boise. 64 52 .01 a Charleston. 82 66 .00 a Chicago. 86 72 .00 a Cincinnati. 88 60 .00 a Denver. 80 50 .00 a i a Des Moines. 78 68 .00 a a it Duluth. 80 60 .00 �T�1 a Tel paso. 86 62 .00 a it fort Smith. 72 70 .84 v a a Galveston 84 70 .00 i a Helena. 68 44 .01 a i a it Jacksonville. 80 70 .00 a Joplin. 72 70 .30 it Kansas City. 86 80 .00 a Ltd Little Rock. 72 60 .08 i i Ipoh Angeles. 88 66 .00 a a i.iouisville70 65 .00 a i 4 Memphis. 78 70 .00 �1 a new Orleans. 88 72 .00 a new York. 68 58 of 4� Oklahoma City. 66 40 .00 a Omaha. 80 72 .00 a i a Pittsburgh. 82 60 .00 >1 a St. Joseph. 74 68 .01 a a St. Louis. 84 68 .00 a a san Francisco. §6 56 .00 a a Springfield. 66 .24 a it Washington. 72 66 .00 a 1 i Ltd Wichita. 6 n .00 it 1 t delivered in the evening. Return Date not decided. Whether the candidate will return to Marion alter the St. Louis engagement was nol announced Here. Of a Hie ago has been under consideration As a Point to be visited during lat it october and the senator prob today senator Harding made no speeches and saw Only a few visitors. During the afternoon to motored to Mansfield forty Miles away for a game of Golf which he said might be his last before election. He has front porch appointments for tomorrow and saturday and will a ave sunday night for Baltimore. Father seeks parole for mrs. Pansy Booth death Valley victim of thirst Dies near water los Angeles Cah. Sept. 22.�?patrick h. Torsney died of thirst in death Valley last Wiek though water was Only half a mile from the spot where waiting for a wrecking train to arrive and take him Back to Phoenix. The governor escaped injury due it was said to delay in a conference with the Prescott reception committee. Sinnot. Representing the democratic National committee on the Campaign trip and chairman Norris of the Prescott committee were in route to Tho private car to get the governor to go Forward to the first coach where the reception committee was Riding when the crash came. Most of those bruised or Cut were in the Forward coach. The Railroad track was torn up for a distance of from 300 to 400 feet with Bent rails broken ties and Glass strewn about even in an adjacent Cotton Field. Railroad offi a a a a. Vials were unanimous in declaring c of limn Industrial it Nurt. 1. Okmulgee okla. Sept. 22 resold i Flat a spreading rail under the Tiona condemning the Kansas Indus i two heavy locomotives and in trial court Law demanding the in usually heavy steel equipment mediate repeal of All wartime legis i caused the wreck. Lation and tie release of All political of a a main prisoners were adopted by the of la the line is not a main artery but Home state federation of labor Branch of the Santa be system t0day8 Ai and the rails it was said were not the Resolution on the Kansas in. A atrial Law declared a it was de 0 heaviest Type. A tumor signed in the interest solely of the current among the farm people and employer class and prevents Collee others who gathered soon after the a Tive bargaining by employees a right wreck that a Man had been seen guaranteed to them by the Federal running along the Road beside the track just before the train left the rails but the Rumor was entirely without confirmation and was not credited by governor Cox. Members of his party or Railroad opera Webb City mo., sept. 22.�?thomas Fox father of mrs. Pansy Booth who was convicted monday in circuit court charged of having in her Possession automobile tires front which the numbers had been removed is circulating a petition asking that judge Grant Emerson Grant his daughter a parole. It is said that the petition has been Sig Ted by Ahota i fifty citizens. Fox according to the petition promises in Case the parole is granted to take his daughter to live with hint on his farm near. Sheldon to. Denies Hareas Corpus. Washington. 8ept. 22.�?associate Brand is today declined for the pres j ent at least to order the a lease on 1 a writ of Hareas Corpus of Julius w. Fives. Nicky Arnstein accused by the among prominent local demo his body was found according to new York police of being the Mas crafts who were on the governor s word brought Here today by a. G ter mind in the new York bond1 train to attend the Prescott meet Kirby. Superintendent of the death thefts. Justice Brand is refused to ing included United states senator Valley mine where Torsney was a aft until counsel for Arnstein had Joe nov a Ashurst. Foreman. Kirby said Torsney went exhausted All Means of obtaining. Declaring that Forron for a walk last thursday and appear i Arnstein s release through the fed a stat Parent declaring that form Entov lost his was. Eral District court of new York. Q t 1 continued on Page 2, column 4. ,

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