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Lincoln Sunday Star (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Lincoln, NebraskaThe Lincoln Sundai Star ticks to second year i col ser., is Day. July 37, 1034. Tui key to Wyo pages five cents Tonandon insanity defense to Tow a top Toke evacuation of it a a �?�0/,�. A defense test 50, 1111 in Coesse i America will new blk lol a a Paulo now a but a in a but or to try ?�c3t a Unuer Way new Surprise in Effort to save youths Leopold and Loeb counsel will try merely to prove boys a responsibility is United press Chicago july 26.�?definite decision was reached to _ claims is thousands of families the remainder of the civil population of brazilian City Stream out of beleaguered town. Four dead in motor crash Cape May courthouse n. J. July 26.�?f our per icons were killed late today when an automobile in which they were Riding was struck by a Pennsylvania Railroad train. Julius Myers his wife Hertha their son John 21, and Jennie Elliott 15, were killed. All lived in South mlle. Rebellion enters its Twenty second Day -.allow, for the murder of Robert pranks Schoolboy and son of a millionaire family. When f Larence Darrow chief defense counsel and his Battery of alienist Start their fight next week to save the youths from death they will seek to convince chief Justice a responsibility is their a accountability is limited. To i a they should be sentenced to life in prison so that they May be segregate cd from the Public and yet have an Opportunity to cml or their mental e in Librium. The forgo Long unit of it fun a Ruvo Abl by Cronin it it of lit Lyme Row Corroum it Raioum alien huh. Tating that he m did not want a a a a uld not or of Quot it Uit thong the. Re by co spelling in h conference. Or it i a Quot a Quot is a Ron dbl hold father in death of child Whon w. Planned by the Vowe in a a Quot a r.,-o.u in personal a lib ninth i. A a Kiili Winou in the i air a in to a Tate Ali Nahta ton he summon la to the. But a at 1� part of to won a Lojo a has Quot produced witness jul Ira Kwof murder about Tho a a Fen a a of Hon. Along with let a Iho a otitis. Complot s his no Jales Arir-., july 26.�?joso h. Duran is hold Here today charged with the murder of his three boat old daughter. According to author los Duran struck Tho child Over the Throe times with an axe. The baby was found dead near the Wood Pilo in the Yard of the Duran Homo. His next Stop is to hns a for we toss to evade no Anta. This sessions by Case of murder. Fully prove Thom sane and Teiei reasons of a. Fight must now . To pc a no a a a ind Quot us Teil a a a in Fahimy in. A a Al in Ori a Al a a 11, did Siut. And Ilo not the in tit Thetro is to dlr iaoriuriniorarrno..d a Henri Uit a n it a .rdannc., in Diirr a non. The other seeming All indicate the of Alliv a the alienist cd ilm. Quot Iuit this h not present in Huff Oion decree to pronounce the youths insane enough to Merit placing them in an Asylum one the alienist . Quot Dut yet the let Gree of Girrat Mality is such As to put them beyond the Pale of Lull responsibility. In Ither words they Are Only responsible to a a lilt d . Quot therefore Ali or Ai count ability for the crime is , Darrow Rott orator tonight that he would not Silaco old or 1-Oeb on the stand in Thor own . Reports were that he might do so to refute certain to Salmony Given by sergeant James .1. It us land an important state witness. Proceeding enlivened. Darrow enlivened proceedings today when for the time since the judicial hearings started be struck Back at state nce. T Ortlund was one of the offt Ceia who arrested . to stifle Ltd that Leopold told him he Felt lie could get off with in prison if his Case was heard by a a Friendly Quot if 1 should plead not guilty and then be tried by a jury they would hang me Quot Leopold said actor Dong to Portland. A a Tut if 1 should plead guilty Anil the Case were Hoard before a Friendly judge 1 think i could get off with life imprisonment. State Center for politics Nebraska a eight electoral votes important and political organizations plan real fight to win them. Bryan Strong with la Follette backers governor s record in government of state seems to compare favourably with that of Wisconsin senator Nebraska is to be one of the storm centers of the National Campaign this year and leaders of the various political in this state Are already planning for the Battle of ballots to be fou Glit next november. It looks As though this was to be a Campaign like those of other Days when William Jennings Bryan carried the presidential Standard of his party and was the Mecca for to logicians and Eastern newspaper Orreva dents. With governor Charles m. Bryan nominated on the democratic ticket for vice president and Charles t. Dawes a former resident of the Nebraska capital As his Republican opponent the attention of the whole country is drawn to this City and state As a fighting ground. But is also one of the states which followers of la Follette Hope to place in his column at the november election. This makes the contest a three cornered one and tends to amplify the states importance As a Factor in determining who shall control the United states government after March 4, 1925. If la Follette should win Nebraska he will possibly have enough elector Davis rebel positions bombed with excellent results while insurrection its remain optimistic. United press bif2n0s Aires july 26�?evacuation of the remainder of the civil population of Sao a Niilo City has been started radio messages from Santos said tonight. Thousands of families Many of them carrying their possessions in huge bundles on their Heads streamed out of the beleaguered Coffee Center during the Day follow Vang dropping of from government air planes that a general bombardment of the City wll he renewed shortly. Quot the exodus presents a most impossible one radio message said. A Many of the people have Heen reduced to direct want and Are without Refuge. A cold Rolny weather it now is old Winter South of the Equator has added to the suffering and some of the refugees Are 111 of pneumonia. Quot there is great bitterness against the Federal government. Many Young men who previously repulsed rebel quota to enlist now Are Jolink rebel the brazilian rebellion entered its Twenty second Day tonight there was no indication that a decision is near. Rebel pop Sitione Strong. Rebels hold All commanding positions in Sao Paulo Cir and their artillery guards All entrances to the great capital Frau masked positions on the Morro dus Ingle Zas and the Morro Santa Ana. There was heavy fighting last night. The official communique. Issued in Rio do Janeiro says a your aviators have bombed the rebel positions with Tel Lent results. Quot continued on Page four enforce int Marx expects to meet Allied conference with a Chip on allies representatives still trying to solve reparations tangle. Berlin july 26.�?having received a Strong expression of Confidence from the Reich Stag which voted 3 to 1 against a Folk lat motion to the contrary the Marx government waited complacently tonight for an invitation to attend the London reparations conference on monday. The Resolution of Lack of Confidence in the government Defeated 172 to 62, with 79 not voting. Communist , joined Folk its in voting against Marx while the nationalists abstained. Chancellor Marx foreign minister Stressman and Between thirty and forty experts find secretaries will go to London. The German spokesman will have a Chip on his shoulder for the mandate from his parliament requires that he go to negotiate concerning the Dawes plan not to he dictated to As in the Case of Versailles treaty. The Reich Stag adjourned sine die. During today a debate the Natlo continued on in age four defense test fight brought out in open Coolidge takes peace organizations to task for opposing trial of defensive resources of nation september 12. Libby defends War prevention Campaign executive in letter says he sympathizes fully with efforts to prevent conflict a objects to a test America will Send Persia a vigorous note n f motor Gars License fees jump $363,000 United states Iov emment incensed Over for first six months of present year. Fourteen and one half percent boost in number of vehicles listed. Washington july 26�?bringing the fight again let the War departments proposed Quot defense test out into the open. President Coolidge today delivered a rebuke to i each organizations opposing this trial of the defensive .source.s of the nation. The White House made Public a letter from president Coolidge to f j. La Why executive Secretary of the National Council for prevention of War in which the president declared he sympathizer fully we Ltd All Quot practical to prevent hut he objects to organized interference with the defense test. Or. Coolidge revealed this government s policy and Point de out the i United states has a stand continued on Page four is Al votes to keep either Davis or Coolidge from obtaining a majority and the election will then be decided Pont you that this Story of Branch or the other of con yours of a Friendly judge is a pure fabrication Given for the purpose of intimidating this court a a a parrow cried. Quot no it is not a go Thind replied. Parrow took the attitude that this a statement would prejudice the in the of the Justice who is acting judge Ami jury an Ltd who will impose sentence. Not included in report. Gofland Hail a mass of notes. In continued on Page four drinking almost list Art there kansans assert Topeka Kas. July 26.�?after forty four years of prohibition it comos natural. Kansas Cradle of the dry cause proclaimed this boast in a Quot message to the world Quot tonight from its Foremost citizens William Allen White famous Kansas editor Henry j. Allen former governor Jonathan m. Davis present governor and Victor Murdock were among the eminent kansans who issued the proclamation. According to these Pioneer Temperance crusader drinking is a lost Art in Kansas where the intoxicants been outlawed for two generations. Abstinence is now voluntary they asserted a tip for other states where it is difficult to enforce prohibition to take heart that the first forty years Are essentially the hardest. Growa. M Lahout Nebraska he can hardly Hope to do this. The eight electoral votes of this state therefore have become supremely important. The democratic Outlook. Because of governor Bryan a reputation a Leader of progressive thought and the record he and party have made in this state in reducing taxation and eliminating governmental waste Ami duplication the democratic ticket Here is in a Good position to withstand the attack of Pont Linued on Page four senator Couzens determined to press inquiry of prohibition unit. Washington july 26.�?prohibl-Tlon enforcement by the Federal administration threatens tonight to be dragged out of political obscure Ltd and thrown into i residential politics As one of the leading this was seen by political advisers in an announcement by senator Couzens Republican of Michigan that his Senate committee charged with investigating the internal Revenue Bureau of the Treasury would press a vigorous i ulry into the activities of the prohibition unit and the entire Field of dry Law enforcement by the government. A it is the intention to investigate the income tax unit and the prohibition unit of the internal Revenue Bureau for the purpose of seeing whether the Laws Are being properly oar ried out and if any amendments to a formal statement following the the Laws would improve the function nig of the Couzens said in Nice Tang of four Niem Bers of the committee at the Capitol. Rovsky returns. , july 26.�?radovsky. Soviet representative of the Anglo russian financial conference has returned to Moscow to report to his government on the Progress of the negotiations. Des Moines boy accidentally shot by a playmate Des Moines la july 2&�?Roy Turner 9, was accidentally shot and killed shortly before 5 p a today when the revolver in the hands of a 6-year-Ola playmate was discharged a group of boys were playing when Harold Agren 6, Diacovo ered an old 22 calibre revolver in a car which was parked nearby. Roy Turner was sitting on the Back of a grocery truck with a Harold a two older Brothers when the youngster pointed the gun at Roy. The older boys shouted at Theip brother to put it Down but the warning came too late. This gun was discharged and the Bullet pierced Roy s heart killing him almost instantly motor a Chi be in Nebraska More than 50.000 during the first six months of 1924, Over the corresponding period of 1923, and the total amount of Money collected As License fees was $363,000 More than in the preceding year. The ratio of increase was 14 is per rent in the number of machines registered and 12.2 per cent in Cash receipts. Pm Roin january 1 to june 30 this year. Inclusive there were 297,020 motor vehicle licenses taken out As against 259,707 for the same six months in 1923. The total fees collected were $3,-338.887 during the first Semi annual period of 1924, while the same period a year ago yielded $2,975,690. Passenger vehicles increased in number by nearly 25,000 truck Liy 4,700 dealers no hrs 230. Fewer motorcycles were licensed in the. First six months this year than during the same months in 1923. Following Are comparative figures compiled in tie automobile registration division of the state Public works department and Given out by mrs. Mabel g. Tray chief of the division s sparing Nal juaap5 american airmen undecided on Date of leaving Brough England. I Boroh eng. July 26�?ham- Perez by rain and a delay in Altera i Tlona of their planes americans a world fliers will not decide until tomorrow just when the last hard Lap of their flight to the pelted states via the Orkney islands. Iceland and Greenland. Will Start. They want to it make some final tests and Are waiting to hear that the american destroyers will arrive at Ros it no according to plan ready to patrol the flying route up the North Soa. Davis will keep a hands off the state platforms dark Hari or me. July 26.-�? John a Davis democratic presidential nominee is going to keep hands off state convention platforms. He made this Clear today when his attention was called to rumours is had been urged to return to new York for a conference with gov. Al Smith designed to Avert the possibility of the klan Issue arising m the forthcoming new York state democratic convention. A it is not my business to dictate platforms to state convention he said today. A Adf course i am interested in what the conventions do but i have observed that state democratic conventions Reserve the right of writing Weir own As for the rumours that he had bean summoned Back for a conference with Smith or political questions he said Quot it is pure he frankly admitted that he Quot would be very glad to see or Smith run in new York As head of the state ticket. Deny Canadian wheat injured by Black rust Ottawa ont. July 26.�?Chicago reports that Canadas Western wheat crop is badly damaged by Black rust do not conform with Canadian government reports. Contending that the wheat Market has been Quot rigged Quot or the Dominion governments million Dollar statistical system of securing crop information is a failure officials this afternoon ordered a Complete investigation. All rumours of Black rust and statements that the 1924 Canadian wheat crop is facing a serious Outlook Are said by government authorities to be entirely unfounded. A thorough investigation is to be made however and if the information circulated by brokers is found to be Correct the statistical Bureau is Likely to be scrapped. If it is found that canadians have been working in co operation with brokers in the pelted states to influence the Market through false Adverse reports government authorities declare charges will be made against any found to be involved on this Side of the Border. The government income tax department is also checking up on reports that a group of canadians Are said to have made several Hundred thousand dollars by dealing in wheat in the Chicago and Winnipeg markets. Say Mimi Nesses s loot taken in Syracuse Job found in Auto in Omaha i garage. J Harry Kuwitzky arrested by Omaha police Confes Seil saturday that he had robbed a Tiro shop at Nebraska City and the Lambeth amp son clothing store at Syracuse according to state sheriff Tom Carroll who returned from Omaha after talking to Kuwitzky. All of the loot taken from the clothing store was recovered Carroll believes. Kuwitzky is said to have a Penl Tenary record having been sent up before for burglary. For some time Kuwitzky denied All charges that he had robbed the stores according to Carroll hut later admitted that he had pulled both jobs. He then led officers to a private garage to had rented and which he was keeping his Dodge touring car and considerable loot was found. Some of the suits taken from the clothing store had not been taken from the car. Sixty five suits were found. The owners of the store told officers that probably 300 suits had been taken but this is believed to have been too Large an estimate. Kuwitzky declared that this was All the loot. Shirts and socks were also taken. Walter Schroeder state Finger expert and sheriff rider of Nebraska City took Kuwitzky to Nebraska City saturday night. He will be charged there with burglary both robberies having taken place in Otoe county. Detective Captain Danbaum and detective Frank Wllliam of the Omalia police department assisted in the arrest and questioning of Kuwitzky. State sheriff Carroll complimented the Omaha police on their efficient work in locating the suspect. Walter Schroeder who Bias worked on the Case since it was reported last thursday morning was also praised by a Roll. Ciusa a first 6 first 6 months. 14 months 23 in Penker. .�4fi,416 221.22� truck.s26,1 21 22.121 motor Ycu a. 94� 996 l ral.?rii�?T plates. 2,032 l,�0 l to Hillern. 400 3i9 i out in Orlos. 1.s13 1,192 lout cd 2,32� �1� Tran if pro. .16,264 11.246 totals. 287,020 259,707 District court adjourns for vacation time District court was adjourned saturday afternoon for the summer period it will reconvene Early in septem her. During the interim when court attaches will take their vacation no cases other than Hareas Corpus and injunction suits. In which an emergency exists can he tried. Rilk . In a Aai Srap automobile plunges off boat and two women and child Are drowned. Bagnell. In. July 26�?three persons were drowned and three others barely escaped with their lives when the automobile in which they were Riding on a ferry boat in the Osage River Here today plunged off into the water. The dead mrs. Henry Vineyard mrs James Vinyard 75, and a 2-year-old child of mrs. Henry Vinyard the Driver Henry Vinyard and a brother and sister were saved by employee of the ferry boat. 380 persons escape when vessel sinks nor Folk va., july 26.�? Quick action by the of the a Teamer gratitude carrying 380 excursion lists to historic Jamestown saved the lives of All persons on Board when the Steamer Sank tonight after striking a wrecked Barge on the return trip Down the Elizabeth River. A wild panic ensued among the passengers All employees of the Texas Oil co. On an Outing at the terrific Impact of the ship with the Barge. Working with feverish haste the of ten of the Little Steamer lowered life boats and rafts and the passengers were quickly taken Over by the. A Teamer Pennsylvania and nearby tugboats. Within eight minutes after ramming the Barge which the Captain of the gratitude claimed carried no Light the steamship was covered with water. The owner of the gratitude a Aid that he understood the Barge belonged to the government and Sank several Days ago. On previous nights he said the Barge had carried a Light. A careful Check of All Paesens Gers arriving Here he said showed no Joss of Lifs and none suffering from to Elf arts of the Erash. Engerg e last on Lesse four Hundred persons taken off in lifeboats when Steamer Burns. Copenhagen july 26.�?an Plo Alon occur cd aboard the Steamer Gens jord shortly after it left Christiana for new York this afternoon. Fire broke out aboard the liner and spread rapidly. The passenger. Four Hundred in number were taken off in and landed without mishap. The line was run aground in an attempt to save it and put out the flames. The Bergen fjord is a steel twin screw Steamer of 10,700 tons. She was built in 1913. She flies the norwegian Flag and is operated by the Denny Rake Amerl Kana line. The damage to the liner was very great according to a statement issued by the company late tonight. So far As is known it was said the fire was accompanied of no loss of life. _ wheat Market causes increase a in bread Price Lincoln Bakers have notified the retail Trade that the wholesale Price of bread will Advance monday morning. The one and a half Pound loaves will jump from 10 to 11 cents almost without exception and the one Pound loaves from 7 to 7 cents. The Advance in Price is attributed by the Bakers to the increase in Price of the ingredients and particularly to the soaring w heat Market of the a it two weeks. Continued indifference to rights of foreigners. International new s service Washington july 26.�?incensed Over the continued indifference of persian authorities to the rights of foreigners officials of the state department tonight were completing a vigorous note of protest to he forwarded to the persian foreign office monday. The note is the direct outgrowth of the recent killing of american vice Consul Robert w. Imbrie and the severe beating of his companion. Melin Seymour by a fam tical mob and by the More recent insults to mrs. Imbrie the widow. The american government will demand that persian police officials be compelled to respect and protect the lives and property of foreigners in Persia and that the persian government guarantee such Protection in the future. Int Frux to a head today upon acc let of adv Ros from apr loan my nil for kor fold in Hon it Atod How .mr.s. In Alnio. Wiio Riding with Iho if. Of a a location attache was a Ivr Slan youth who Tore her mourning form her face and spat upon her. This incl Dent took place in the of a native pull reman who made no at a to interfere or arrest the miscreant. Teheran corps indigent the entire diploma the at Teheran is reported to get highly indignant Over tie two go i there is a that the United states May he joined in by other nations. The British Al Teheran already Lias demanded Flat a Dis Montinne that the murder of major i Hole was planned by a a foreign Hether this government a nuke a Stio Crifie demands for a formal apology from and Index Netles Tor the family of Ini Hrin is not Jot known but sue i Are expo std. Reports Sinee tie killing of Zimbri Nave in located tie Poleia Aie Una satisfied at the efforts of the persian to save i Merle nor the taken by the persian government later to Zaffoni Protection to foreigners Dali Zatches from in Erysln that natives mrs. I Merle gave great Cim Cern to officials hero. There were indications that Liis development has caused the m Ash Englon government to no time in seeing that the fullest Jiro Tecton is Given american citizens in Persia. Uasi Niton july 2�.�?the her still Coli for i he week or Gini Istir Fol Hmil i la it Wiki Saiwer maj Xouri put a so movers Etta la Purl a till Nga Iii Toner to a a us of week. Hgt a Ini Codle Iii id latter �hr1. Neh Nieka Volt etl Fiur sunday Wanner in my it lib a my no Lily pro Ahly unsettled. Gnu via might try fair sunday somewhat Wanner a today it artly Cloud pos Tiibi local Thunder a Hirsern. Man perish in floods in India thousands of Homes in scores of towns inundated by High Waters sweeping sections of country Bombay advices say. Btl Bav India july 26.�?Many persons Havo ii ii drowned and More than ten thousand Homes in undated in scores of towns by terrific floods which Are sweeping sections of South India according to advices Here ton Glit. Several Rivers Stillen by recent heavy Are out of their Hanks an accurate estimate of the dead is impossible. Mcmillan party homeward bound on Board the u. S. S. Milwaukee. Nearing hawkers Harbor. Newfoundland. July 26�?the expedition locked in the ice floes of Greenland for More than a year Corning Hack to civilization according to a radio message Picke up today by the u. S. Cruiser Milwaukee from the Bowdoin the exploration ship. Tie message indicated the Bowdoin was 187 South of its last known position and said the Start Home would he made As Boon As the ice Breaks up. The Bowdoin a fifteen ton Schooner hearing or. Donald b. Macmillan and his a party. Left . Me june 13, 1923. At the time of sailing. Macmillan said he expected to return in fifteen months but might remain in the Arctic regions Unell the fall of 1925. One injured in train Accident Milwaukee. July 26. A one Noiin was seriously injured when he Reading rails caused part of a mile Long freight train of the Milwaukee Road to topple Over on the outskirts of this City shortly after dusk today. Most of the cars remained standing but the engine and several cars fell on their sides. George Marshall 49, Engineer w As badly scalded. Three other members of the train escaped with a shaking up. Cattle in four cars which were wrecked were injured some a furl Nusly. They had to be killed. Others were released by rescuers and wan it red for hours in the Vicinity before being herded in. S it killing aae Denral coroners jury says wife blameless in shooting former nebraskan. Prisoner escapes from state reformatory then sees guards and decides he will go Back International news a service Caslo Eli. Wyo. July 26.�?a coroners jury late today justified the shooting of Roy Edwin Mendenhall 30, formerly of Lincoln neb., alleged Moonshine manufacturer who died Saturn ii morning from Bullet wounds inflicted by his wife. Mrs. Mendenhall claimed self defense declaring that Mendenhall had been drinking and was quarrelsome. Mrs. Mendenhall testified that she beat her husband to a revolver that was lying on the table when he threatened her. Oil companies to Over million to minor heirs Enid okla., july 26�?More than a million dollars in judgments were returned against three major Oil companies in District court Here today. Six minor heirs of James a. And Lula Crews received awards As follows prom the Sinclair Oil co. $1,189,-801.50. From the Garfield and a Exchange Oil co. $162,854.71. The derision of a suit filed in 1921 by miss Laura Crews guardian of tie plaintiffs alleging the Oil firms violated contracts let a failing to Drill Wells on their property within a specified time. After walking away from the slate reformatory saturday afternoon while outside the enclosure Viverett Young alias James Brown 21-year-old trusty saw the error of i is Way and decided to return to the reformatory. He went to the farm nouse of i it. Watson at Musliman Park four Miles West of Lincoln and asked Watson to Call up the reformatory. Watson did and the guards came and took Young Back. His return. Young said was somewhat encouraged by the fact that guards were watching the tracks at Cushman Park with the idea of preventing him from boarding a freight train which. Young admitted was his intention when he headed that Way. Young was on the a a outside cutting weeds when he Sudan la a Caine possessed with the idea of leaving there he told reformatory officials. Quot i done to know Why i did it a he said Quot and i certainly wish the idea Hadnot occurred to Young was sent up from Scotts Bluff county for forgery. He said to have passed a had Check a Goring and he was sentenced to 3 to 4 years in March 1923, Home time ago he sustained an injury to the left hand and for Tell it reason had been put on Light work outside the enclosure. His absence was first discovered at the 4 30 count. Two other prisoners Jarl Larue and Earl Lang alias George e. Rice escaped from the reformatory july 8, last also while cutting weeds out a idol Thev did. Not Turli. Wilkes Barre Park expected to fall into a Coal mine Wilkes Barre pa., july 26, a a cordon of policy Man surrounded Gilmartin Park in the heart of the City of Pittston near Here tonight to keep people out following announcement by officials of the Pennsylvania Coal co that the Park was in immediate danger of dropping into the Workings of no. 9 Colliery. The Park was Given the City of Pittston by the Pennsylvania Coal co. And the City spent thousands of dollars on it. Mining of Quot pillar Coal and removal of Rock is Rospo Sibis for the condition and the Cave in is Only a matter of hours song in is say

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