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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - January 31, 1926, Joplin, Missouri Net Xvi Kogej paid circulation Fok december Globe and news herald.85,046 sunday globe.26,578 Rulli associated prisms a Leports Twenty four hour service the Joplin Clobe very morning exc Cut monday. The Lohman news Heulu Lively a vening except sunday. 18 issues per week Twenty a Bini. Telephone 848 vol. Xxx. No. 161. Oil los 117 Kut Roeurth i. Joplin Missouri sunday morning january 31, 1926-Twenty-eight pages. Pum shed very morning except monday. Price five Cen left youth runs amuck kills 2, wounds 3 Springhead s captured online a Lull trip Are feted ways and Means whereby Joplin and Winnipeg May co operate for Mutual Good discussed. Death penalty is asked for Kansan lick chm Sroat est possible use. The tourists business is the fourth greatest in North America he said. "1 feel the time has come to Start North and South travel. We want the South to get As much business from the North As we can Send it. The Ozarka Are a wonder Fui resort place for the summer they Are Beautiful new Orleans Al of is Beautiful and a wonderful Winter resort. But in Tho North we Aleo have great summer resorts. There is the Kesh e Lake Region Beautiful Northern , the Manitoba lakes Region. We want you folks to use the Sanie sense geese have got Imd come North with Bem in the Oil ii Niimi. ,11a enumerated other advantages there and then said i feel we have awakened to the building up necessary in this great corridor of the United states. Ave can make it the greatest in North America by co operate vie development by Trio North and South. We no International in Rose Antiq to an address in a Lilli Mercer Arnold told of the wealth of mining agriculture Dairying and other industries Here a ebb said there Are All Orts of Mineral ores forests and agricultural advantages in Canada which but need the wealth you have Here As capital for development. In conclusion. Webb said when we get Hack Home we want you to feel Well talk about the ozarks because we Are anxious to co operate. We expect the same of mayor Taylor Shupp of Joplin presided. Felix k. Eberleh president of the chamber of Commerce welcomed Tho visitors and then introduced Arnold formerly president of the chamber. After Arnold had told of resources of the District he said we realized tire Winnipeg area feeds the world and complimented the canadians for their Fine wheat. We Reallis thing in the Worl is Fellowship he also said and Are glad that the Anglo Maxona of Canada have come Here to meet Tho Anglo saxons of Missouri in his talk Webb also had urged the of the Jefferson Highway. John p. Up John m. Malang and f. C. Ralston who. Attended the convention in new or Leana ten years ago to inaugurate the Highway also Catlon were introduced As great boosters for it. Malang so Oke at some length on the Highway and told How Missouri has appropriated $60,000,000 and provided from $10,000,000 to $12,-000,000. Annually by taxes for Road construction. To Milln s support was a tagged of the Highway project. Our aspirations our desires Ai e the malaria Sadr we seek Only to Luud a Cut Haenry which will c of Loimil of Page 2. Kansas City Jan. 30.-04 with the death penalty asked by the state the defense in the trial of Roy m. Turner of Atchison kan., charged with Tho murder of mrs. Dora Gage Atchison Divorcee win begin presentation of its Case monday. The state rested today after mrs. Gage s dying statement that Turner poisoned her to obtain her insurance had been ruled out on objection of the defense. Turner is alleged to have poisoned mrs. Gage at a hotel Here March 11, 1925. / i he alleged dying statement was Given to or. Harry j. Davis a Hospital Interne while mrs. Gage was being taken to a Hospital from Tho hotel room where she was found. The state alleges that Turner a former University of Kansas football player. Induced mrs. Gage to turn Over to him an $8,000 insurance policy h9 Security for her note on some land Purchase from him. Previously the state alleges. Turner had persuaded mrs. Gage to take out the insurance policy providing double indemnity in Case of violent death. Senate leaders effect tax Bill vote by feb. 10 such action would assure Tav reduction by March 15, when first instalments Are due. Film actress Dies contest Winner Sam Long amps title look Ark s Best piddle at contest. At mid ten other Sam Lri no of commore adjudged Thebes fiddler in the ozarks at Tho end of a two night contest held of memorial Hall Friday night and last night. The grand prize wins decided night after Long and winners of events of the two Days had played for nearly an hour. George Morris of Joplin won second prize. Long will leave in a few Days with his accompanist who has not been selected for new Castle a to play for phonograph records. The trip and the Chance to record his music is a part of the grand prize. He will receive regular royalties on the sales of his music gets Loving cup. In addition Long received a Loving cup and $50 in Cash. Morris As second prize Winner was award de a Loving cup and $25 in Cash. Both won other small/3r prizes in events during the contest. Long is employed in the mining Field and works independently sinking shafts by contract. He has lived in Commerce fourteen years Goi in there from Webb City. He lived Twenty years in a Sijer county and is Well known among mining men Here. He has played for barn dances and the like All Over the District. To won second prize at a contest held two weeks ago at Miami. The crowd of 4,000 Olio witnessed Tho event Friday night dwindled last night to less than half that number. Many listeners in who read the announcement that the music would be broadcast Over the Carterville station were disappointed last night. It was explained that the apparatus was not instilled. The event which received the most applause of the two nights was one last night in which thirty six contestants played their own Choice of pieces. The variety seemed limitless. Fiddlers who signed yesterday Fol Tho contest Werc Abble Morrison Campbell Ark. A. S. Sam is Ward f. Rogers 3009 Joplin Street Henry Cunningham Noel Sam Long Commerce Fred h. Friend 1002 Taylor Avenue j. C. Wright 2501 Murphy Avenue and de Cole Joplin. The list of prize winners last night included event no. 7, Swanee River George Morris , first Ernest Kirk Treece. Second Ray Griffith Spring City third de Rogers Joplin fourth j. C. Wright Joplin fifth and Sam Hadley Baxter Springs sixth. Event no. S. Contestants own selection Sam Long Commerce first Fred l. Friend Joplin second Charles Andrews. Jasper third d. W. Morris Joplin. Fourth Sherman Neece Neosho fifth and f. L. Was Trott Carthage sixth. Event no. 9, Wagoner Charles Andrews Jasper to list Henry Cunningham Noel second a. A Morrison Campbell Ark third b. L. Oliver Carl Junction fourth j. L. Woods. Nevada fifth and j. A. Hotten. A Luburg sixth. Event no. 10, listen to the mocking Bird Sam Long Commerce first Preston Wlliams Carthage second and r. A Adams Neosho third. Washington Jan. 30.- ache tax reduction Bill was subjected to a dozen new amendments today some on vital provisions As the Senate spent a four hour session wrangling Over the first controversial Section to be reached in consideration of the measure. While no rate sections were reached today senator Couzens Republican Michigan opened the promised fight against repeal of the inheritance tax offering amendments to restore the inheritance and gift tax rates now in effect. Support expect cd. Considerable support for the amendment from Western senators of both parties is anticipated by senator Couzens whose move would not Only Block the proposed repeal of the inheritance Levy voted by the Senate finance committee but would make negative the reductions in this tax provided by the House. With the Bill now cleared of All non controversy la items leaders were confident tonight that despite threats of fights against several vital rate reducing provisions a final ote could be obtained by february 10 which would assure tax reduction by March 15, when first tax instalments on 1926 income Are due. Approval was Given today to a provision setting up a permanent congressional investigating committee which would be required to inspect income tax returns and investigate administration internal Revenue Bureau. At the request of senator Couzens it was agreed that the committee would have to report All information discovered to Congress. This provision was described by members of the House finance committee As a Compromise on publicity of income tax payments now repealed in the pending Bill and was so accepted by both Republican and democratic leaders of the committee. Amendment offered. Senator Norris Republican Nebraska however hns offered an amendment proposing that All income tax returns be opened to Public inspection. In this connection senator Couzens also introduced today an amendment requiring salaries of $7,500 instead of $10,000, As proposed by the Bill. The National association of retail druggists sent Lett re of protest to senators today against the action of the finance comr i Luttee in restoring the present alcohol tax rates to the Bill which the House voted to Cut in half. The letters took exception to the majority report of the committee which stated there was no evidence that the reduction would Benefit the from nine Atlantic storm sends them reeling Schooner and tug wrecked near Palm Beach. Fla. Film Star oies in California Barbara la Marr screen actress succumbs Artter breakdown. Dual existence of Illinois Man is ended by policeman s Bullet Kai inns v. Calk Runke. T is Moines la., Jan. 30- a is Atli four sophomores in the la diff in Drake University lost to Kansas University Here tonight 28 to 24. During the Early part of the game the Sophomore players took advantage of every shot and led the Jay Hawks until nearly the end of the first half but the More powerful kansans led 18 to 16 As the second period opened. Kansas failed to score until after eleven minutes of play and then Only on a foul shot. Kansas completed with tonight s game a clean sweep of Iowa having Defeated Ames Grinnell and Drake. The weather i 4 forecast. Missouri rain probably a turning to Snow and much colder sunday monday most 4" by Cloudy colder in East por Tion Strong shifting winds 4 sunday. 4� Arkansas sunday rain 4 colder monday fair colder in 4" 4 East portion. 4 4" Oklahoma sunday Clear 4 Long bidder monday fair. 4 4" Kansas unsettled sunday 4 to with rain turning to Snow in 4 4" East portion much colder 4 4 monday partly Cloudy. 4 ? 4 4" Washington. Jan. 80.-up 4" 4 the weather Outlook Orthe 4 4 week beginning monday 4 4. Upper Mississippi and Low 4 4 or mls Bouri valleys a period 4 of a nows Early part 4 4 about Middle and again to 4 4" Ward end. Temperatures near 4" 4 or below Normal most of 4 4. Week. 4� 4"altadena calif., Jan. 0.- a Barbara la Marr motion picture actress died at her Home Here this afternoon. Miss la Marr s death from complications following a nervous breakdown several months ago. Her father w. W. Watson said. Her death came by and until yesterday she seemed rapidly improving. Thursday she was Able to leave the Home for tie first time in Many weeks. Miss la Marr s Breal Down was in july while she was completing three pictures in new York. She returned to Hollywood to make the fourth and it was Liilo she was engaged in this last october Liat Ahe suffered the second Coll apse. While miss la Marr s condition became worse yest Bray it did not seem critical her father said until 3 o clock this afternoon. She died about an hour later. Married five times. The drama of the screen in which miss la Marr appeared pales before the drama of her own life Story. She is said to have been born in Richmond. Va., and to have played her first stage role when she was seven but she made her first of hundreds of first Page appearances when she was 15, the occasion being one of her Many marital entanglements. The Beautiful film actress was married five times. Her husbands were acquired and disposed of in the following order and manner Jack Gytelle died Ivi Ronee Converse annulled Phil Ains Worth divorced Bernard Deeley divorced Jack Dougherty separated. Recently lick attorneys were called to determine her marital status in order that she might will her estate to her two adopted children Long before Slio was of it of Lior teens a California judge termed her the too Beautiful girl and the phrase Clung to her. Several years. At the time her Nanic was Orliea Watson. Her Mother is said to have Jeen French and her father italian. Miss 1 Marr apr eare on the House proved successful led oleic i s o believe that during the Ontic of Battle Hollingsworth was in Prine ten dead and a and cd. The dead detective Al Franlin. Joseph o. Nia Jung. Labourer. The injured John . F, of the killer. Theorge Stapp ambulance Driver. It. K. Snow. Two motives for the killings and following Battle Wei a advanced tonight both of which Are being investigated by the police. Insanity since infancy is said to be the basis of Tho murders while a rumoured disappointment in love and Nger at his parents Over their refusal to allow him the use of the family car said to have been the direct Cense of Bis running amuck. Rhe father was seriously injured at the very outbreak of the Battle the son shooting him through the hand when he made an attempt to escape from the House. The second Man shot was Harjung who was instantly killed when he answered a Call for help made by Holings Worth s Mother. Of Arjuna received a Bullet through his neck lust As he entered the Hollingsworth front Yard. Detoh Tive killed detective Franklin was instantly killed when a Bullet from the insane boy s Rifle entered his Chest the killer being move than 150 feet from Tho spot where the detective was standing at the time Hev is murdered. The detective had just c8c Ped a Volley of shots directed by Hollingsworth at an ambulance in which Frank Len was taken Tali the scene of the Battle and Hai run in front of the killer s Home to a. Point at the intersection of two streets. Avien finally captured officials and citizens Hollingsworth was found to have received a serious wound in the Groin and told the arresting officers i never knew what was going on until the dynamite went the boy was taken first to a local Hospital for medical treatment and then removed to Tho county jail it being said that he was too dangerous to he kept at the Hospital. The Day in Washington plans for a new Arctic flight wore disclosed. President Coolidge delivered his Semi annual budget address. Secretary Hoover outlined a system of National Waterways. Judge Wallace Mccamant explained his remarks about Theodore Roosevelt. Improvements in hawaiian hive Bors were recommended by the War department. Secretary Jardine s agricultural Relief stand was assailed in the House. A fight a pan to repeal of the in Huifu a fir and gift taxes opened in Springfield mo., Jan i0. George h. Hendrickson local postmaster said that three c. O. D. Packages addressed to Clinton Hollingsworth who tonight barricaded himself in his parents Home and killed two persons had been delivered during the past week but were returned to the Post office when he refused to pay the charges. Following the shooting tonight the packages were opened. All contained automatic pistols. Missouri products week dates Are set Jefferson City Jan. 30.-c4p governor Baker late today issued a proclamation declaring the week of february 28 to March a As Missouri products a Eek the proclamation recommended that the week beginning february 28 and ending March 6, 19t. Bes known As Misao url cod oui a Eek and be devoted in some not a a Cal manner in the press in a schools the thu Robes Oom Merom i. Civic and labor Roganti Arjona and in. Industrial plants of this coma Iov the Eirnest inculcation of Tom sound Virtues of further pro Motl of the mines the Iao tories i farms and the ,i9, coi p our state a pro Duoi 80469? ?06311 35295613 d2-8c

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