Logansport Press in Logansport, Indiana 27 Jul 1924
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Logansport Press (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Logansport, Indiana
Let your conscience be your guide the Logansport morning press weather member associated Plikss established by the people of Cass county june 14 1321 member a b c j probably ing unsettled of i warmer Hoodoo train in Yard Crew balks Illy Vienna july 26 the Crew of the Innsbruck Hon Enz a Presa today Rufi Isid to Tonko jul the Iraln saying it was Hood oed kor in i he express the trainmen said Hud stopped dead after passing a stiff Grade at Tho although police stationed at the place have been unable to see any one manipulating the brakes yesterday the train stopped three times although engineering experts Wero watching carefully to find the cause of the phenomenon the railway men assert that the occurrences presage a great a Lowater and people Are already boycotting trains along this line the Logansport morning press sunday july 27 1924 Price by mall a year in in Nimi i year outside of Sliwi by Carrier 60c a month Price Thi persian affair is Given reply attacks testimony wife of murdered sul attacked con by Washington july 26 a Blunt Htut Emont that the washing ton government views with grave concern Teheran by mrs fluttered Katherine Imbrie widow of the Atner can vice Ron Xii who wait murdered by u mob in that City in to be prevented to the persian government the in expected to make it Plain that the United Hotalen holds thai for i a Muat take whatever Steps ure Noc Cussary to in sure efficient cooperation on the part of its subordinate officials and police in order that adequate Protection for All Amerl Caish May to assured Man inter Kornfeld at Tehran re ported to the state department to Day that on taut inc Day a per an youth Hie veil worn by my Imbrie and attempted to tear it from during Tho attack he upon her a native policeman believed to have witnessed the defense says boys minds Are diseased Consul for Loeb and Leo Pold declares Cortland lies in his statement punctures Story of police officer Windup expected monday afternoon affair from a interfere building but did not wheat Price is boosted again climbs 6 cents on Chicago Market by associated from 1 Chicago july in rare that such a startling contrast in Market conditions can no shown As wan the Case on the Chicago Board of Trade today compared with i by Ashock Alec Chicago july 26 of saving Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb from the Gal lows entered tonight in the plans of their counsel to demonstrate a degree of mental irresponsibility for their crime due to diseased the defense will contend said Clar ence Darrow chief attorney for the Youthful slayers of Young Robert Franks that the had diseased minds and that they were not responsible for their acts the que Ullon of Legal insanity will not be brought Forth by the de an Index of the line of defense wag afforded by the appearance in court today of or will Lam j Healy of Boston and or Benjamin Glueck of new York two noted specialists in juvenile delinquency they were added to n Slatt of five Chicago alienist selected by the defense to present the Story of the Young mens mental debility to judge John h Caverly chief Justice of the criminal court of Cook county who must fix the penalty for the defendants Ilii for Guntli one of the grounds on which the defense will base its plea for mercy will to Iho youth of Leopold and Loeb Neil her is Twenty years of age mrs c a Rich awarded first prize in class one in dressmaking contest miss Josephine Klein 2107 Smead Street gets first in class 2 and miss Janet Logan 162s George Street is class 3 Winner til 9fv u Bushel Here on top of Many spectacular recent Galt your it this time Moat deliveries of wheat Here were under u Bushel and below the estimated i out of production Tho Market do inor aloud and brokers in a Ronsi to sell today there was an Over whelming Rush to buy find As much a a Bushel was paid Here a Strong world situation with reaped to grains coupled with continued reports of extensive damage to i to Canadian wheat crop and in particular so really expanded Ken Era purchasing movement were reason advanced today or the remarkable change from the Situa Tion last year Steamer sinks no lives lost ship strikes sunken Barge in Harbor by Afao called Norfolk july excursion Steamer gratitude with 288 employees of the Texas Oil company and members of their families on Board Sank off Craney Island in Norfolk Harbor Early tonight when she struck a sunken Barge so far As it was possible to Check the passenger list late to night no lives were lost though three persons two women and u Man were taken to a Hospital badly Liburt the nary tug Wyl Omito arrived at the Portsmouth Navy Yard at Oclock tonight with 150 of the excursion lists rescued from the sunken vessel distr Cert signals the gratitude was not completely submerged and her passengers were taken of Fin Small boats from the new York Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad Steamer Pennsylvania and several Harbor vessels and launches which picked up the distress signals from the gratitude and hastened to the res Cue scenes of the wildest confusion taken of Fin boats sent vessel when passengers realized be was about to go Down Many persons including women and children jumped overboard apparently fearing they would be sucked under As the vessel settled in the water others were hurtled overboard by the Force of the 1m pact attorney Robert b Crowe in charge of the prosecution declared in reference to the states Ulen for the death penalty i think we have made out an Iron Clad or Darrow and his colleagues in the defense Benjamin and Walter Bachrich struck Back at the testimony of n state witness today for the first Lime or Darrow attacked As a false Hod the Story of detective sergeant James j Gortland that Leo Pold had told the officer after his confession that when he determined to seek life ment instead of death As punishment he would plead guilty before a Friendly Gortland maintained the truth of his remark it was the first attempt of the defense to break Down the Testi Mony of a Alale witness it consumed the entire Short session today assails statement now or said or Darrow after More than an hours stubborn Examina Tion dont you know that this conversation about a Friendly judge was pure fabrication concocted for the purpose of intimidating this court no sir it was the wit Ness replied or Darrow led up to Bis accusation without revealing his purpose he asked the witness first about his record in the police department and brought out that Gortland in twelve years experience had worked chiefly As a police stenographer and clerk the witness described his habit of either making either Short hand or Long hand notes of conversations with prisoners and of taking Down their formal statements by direct dictation on the typewriter he said he had made numerous notes of conversations with Leo Pold Anil produced them confidently or Darrow brought out that on june is Morlland started wrung out n full report of his activities continued on Page 5 mrs c a Rich residing at 2114 Sast Broadway was awarded first prize in Clasa 1 in the press dressmaking yesterday class 1 women dresses the entrants Biog Over Twenty one years of age miss Joseeph Hync Klein residing at Street was awarded Tho prize i class 2 which was for Girts Between the Ages of 14 and 21 miss Janet Logan 162s George Street was awarded the class 3 prize for girls Between the Ages of eight and fourteen years mrs Richs dress of figured Pink voile trimmed in lace was beautifully made although the dress was simply fashioned mrs Rich had put u great Deal of work on Tho garment which was entirely made by baud miss kleins frock of Blue printed crepe trimmed with bands of Blue crepe and trimmed with a lace Collar was also very Well made miss kleins stitches were unusually neat and the dress finished in every detail com Petit Jan keen Little miss Logan was closely contested by Little miss Virginia Mitchell daughter of or and mrs George Little Mai Huth and mrs m Stewart although Little miss Mitchell was the Young est contestant her dress of Laven Der Voil trimmed in lace and the material was unusually Well made she had made the frock entirely without help even to cutting u of i Little miss stewarts pretty Blue frock bound in Black was also very Well Jade Lio Wover miss logans work was judged As being More perfect the prize for class 1 is a hat to match the frock the Winner be ing permitted to select her own hat the Cost of which should not exceed the award in the second class is a sweater also to be selected by the winning contest ant a pair of slippers in the award for the third class Winner winning contestants Are requested to with the pattern editor monday afternoon in re Gard to their prizes socialist convention denounces Klai and endorses Lafollette and wheel state Campaign for Lafollette is inaugurated executive committee holds meeting in Indianapolis by associated Indianapolis july 26 plans for carrying on the cam1 pain in Indiana on behalf of j the la Toilette Wheeler ticket were inaugurated today by the executive committee of Trio Indi Ana progressive political action league the after a three hour session this afternoon met again tonight to perfect a set of Campaign plans that will be Laid before the state Conven Tion of Lafollette supporters to be held Here tomorrow h p Magill of Valparaiso a member of the executive committee said that the principal discussion at today meeting concerned the matter i Indor state candidates but that final action Oti this question would be left to the convention among those attending the meet ing today Waga f Bentley of Paoli National com Muttee Naii from Indiana to con Ference for progressive political action the Indiana league ii headed other officers other officers Are Alexander e Gordon of Terre haute vice chairman j a lechter of fort Wayne Secretary and w h Al Len Indianapolis treasurer the members of the executive committee in addition to the of firs Are the following Brail Saulsbury of the International Stone cutters Union b f new Lin of the railway conductors organization f e Gross of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers h w Brown of the inter National association of machinists h w Wright of the holders state conference e c Kidd of the brotherhood of Kail Road trainmen o w Miller of the w machinists Union Kern of the state Charles building trades Council t n Taylor and motor Assn is marking roads with thanks due exclusively to thu or two county automotive trades unsocial Ion the Nui ils to the atty and to the cites tourist ground Wal Moon a marked Over u territory having a fifty mile null us by arrows punt ing lie direction to Ijo Guim the association has Hii Noird ii rows which will be Lii cd in Iii the coming week All will he vols Etcil and arrows every where they ran be of and Laititi Jitt in Ilire Tonj tourists Liis Illy in addition the taken initiative in an Othni move Alre tuly completed during the week Ren Rimini ton Max Art and in is Vul Nexton can Natl to Pilj nod and erected it the ground at spec dec Park a Iti Ike so Titi 5 by 8 feet expression up priv to campers who have come to Login sport the iwo Catlon is in line for i for its in Terest in the mid Itic Ccecil ing in u worthwhile plan utter the failure of Otic re pythian Here monday for big meeting feast Rochester Lodge to put on Orji in dramatized form tonight officials of Apollo Lodge no 82 announced yesterday thai eve Eryth log was in readiness for the Celebration of the Nonni Vethara which will be held hero monday j afternoon and evening when dress of put plans from Cass and i adjacent co usitus assemble to take part in the festivities ties 767th knot in 2 cities get loot near robbers reappear in Mun Cie and Marion night last officials of the order and one National officer will attend the Artnur the monster meeting will Kab j under Way tit 3 Oclock monday afternoon when an Auto tour of i Logansport and cuss county will i he held for the Benefit of the visiting officers from until the will enjoy n banquet in Cusello Hall at the Corner of Isle no Tnie and mar Ket Street Al 7 Oclock a class of fort nine will to initiated into the Page Hank following the degree work a particle headed by american legion band will go to Riverside Park where the and pythias will be on a specially constructed the Rochester Lodge i hundreds members of tiie orders will come Here for the i affair local lodgement say it understood that an1 unusually Large delegation will come from Lafayette several months Ugo it Large number of Joni pythian made the trip to Lafayette and the lodgement of that City Are expected to repay the visit held in save of he who today his Limle Bill Eltiy Tori Lay int Kolh of his Yri irm lit or Itell who gained the i nine of yours for ills Nup tial Kuil Syri lie has not utter Ijiro ii inuit it Billy us in years gom by or Helles he would ii milk up 11 quirk for nil i lie j in in to Shim ill to hits been Nway from he office h Kic it Adcul taking of some i have Hien jul Vii from four Rik its to Vio Fin Illein hold Nail Tony the Man who me Miu four sold he would he k Mizik Nore Ihler f Fiji rid a Hillier he meant hails or Money he never in Iii in Sph iof ills i Iii or is in Biily Nittlo lend to old lol More by associated Marion july dits reappeared in this county again tonight and after robbing the Gro Cery stores of Ernest Evans and m c Reed in this City disappear three armed de eastward in their Auto men were in the party All and with their faces concealed by they obtained at the Evans store near the Marlon a classified and will do it mrs Amelia Clayborn of by oven St inserted n for rent Art in the press to be run saturday morning before j seven Oclock saturday morn she had her apartment rented olympic games to close today America is leading by Large margin by pakis associated july the formal ceremonies of bringing to a close the olympic games of id 24 will be held tomorrow afternoon in the Colombes stadium which was the scene of a chief part of americas sweeping Triumph in the protracted International athletic Battle while probably a majority of the athletes of the fort five competing nations have already left for borne n representative group including members from nearly All the nations in addition to officials of the committees is expected to take part in the formalities Over Wych Baron Pierre de Cou Bertin president of the International olympic commit tee will preside Adolph Fritz of the state National Sanatorium and from the Reed grocery in the Southeastern Section of the City for submission tomorrow was customers in neither place being disturbed further than having to a rules committee hold up their hands this is the the executive Corn members of the Tio Nof labor and w g Stevens of the Railroad Carmens Union a set of rules to the convention drawn up by appointed by Mittee today committee were Magill Gordon Taylor William Hnry of Indian Apolis and o w Miller of fort Wayne the executive committee also added As new members Magill Bentley and Henry representing Martha Walker age 78 is dead formerly g o prominent p worker As enforcement of prohibition Law will a probe d is elected head of Senate committee Washington Only rotary Mellons info Scemeni of pro Hub lion is to to investigated co incident with thu National Campaign but the sudden decision of the Kii it committee charged with die task to go ahead brought out for a statements today from Sena j Lorn Watson Indiana did Michigan republicans explaining their Conception of events leading up to it senator Conz uns was elected Dur ing the Day As chairman of Tho com i Mission in place of senator Watson i who indicated Liu desire to retire Martha m Walker widow of not until he had concluded n late John t died lust ova two interview with president Coll do senator Wilson then nine at Oclock m the Resi Dence of her son Waller of Harri son township after a lingering ill respectively the the of 4s the National Farmers commit National Council and the socialist party scent murder in mans death third successful visit of the bandits Ness she was 78 years ol1 if to this county in the past eight declare grave of Demi formation of party and socialists is Ai in n y head is not cd i i by am ainu new York Kun flux klan we by name and the 1 Wheeler ticket we the state socialist today the end Independent can the first state socialists candidates outside party the denunciation wag contained in Plank of the plat far we denounce it dividing the racial and relight a the most in this respect though one we Point to the i and condemn h of its Cai tolerance and Terra Large dec Liori of the hand Maiden of servant of exploiting lit As a grave menace to of democratic Derly Wity the formation of in which the Hoci Allilu join was for Caiti in the excerpt rom the pal followed Tho in dorm Independent confident that thin Iho Early organisation Ful labor parly pledged Morris Hillrie Iii Leader 1 Yorito Socia Lulb Hod weeks Bob guck re bruises Are found head of Recluse on denies beating Maryland woman repudiates her Story by associated Frederick july mrs Mary Shank held in jail Here n default of Ball As the ringleader in the tarring and gathering of miss Dorothy Gran Don at Myersville thursday night Oday disclaimed the responsibility she assumed for the affair when she testified at the preliminary earing last night and Laid the Lila me for it on men the Village Harry Lea Lierman one of the ight men released in bail did who denied knowledge of Here the tar Ana feathers came rom was named by mrs Shank As he ringleader of the mob by associated Portland july postmortem examination of Tho body of Dallas Deaton 79 year old eccentric Bachelor who died Here Friday has been demanded by relatives of the dead Man bruises found on the head and body after death have Given Rise to the belief that he Way have met with fou play Deaton Haj been ill for some time and or Mincke who attended him thursday said that he was Able to sit up and that there were no Marks of any kind on him the next morning he was dead july bandits held up and robbed the grocery near the City limits Here about 9 Oclock tonight and secured one of the Highway men remained in the automobile which was stopped near the store another held the customer Sand clerks in the store at Bay while the third rifled the Cash Register and Safcik they made a successful escape in the automobile the police were notified of this Holdup shortly after they received a Long distance Cal from Marjon telling of a similar robbery in that City it is thought that the same gang May have committed the two jobs both the husband son of the deceased were Active in Republican circles in tie slate mrs Walker was a member of the Yantis family prominent Farmers in har Rison township the funeral services will be held went to the while House and later air two senators Mado Public their statements irom j of Hie meanwhile democratic a speech upholding of the Fromm Lee senators King of Utah and Jones of new Mexico although officially silent Mado in Clear hat they wore for investigation full and immediate and Bud mint of party Naid the not Given up any of views or been All Alon he said the i m e Church conducted by Rev Pue Nonen interment will be made in the Zion cemetery friends desiring to View the re Mains Are requested to Call at the residence As the casket will not be opened at the Church Honey California graft prosecutor be retained special Bill authorized selection by senators Cruz Erik and Jonts of some one else for the work september 2 was for Tho creation party but there was a or la foiled o that a conv Eai be called next january the advisability or ask dealers to buy each month Coal men could fluctuations fatally injured when Auto goes Over embankment by associated july 26 one Man was fatally injured and eight other men Hurt on the Springfield Pike two Miles East or Here tonight when an automobile truck ran away while descending a Steep Grade plunged a most 500 feet Down a Hillside and upset after crushing into a tree six Confidence men Are jailed fleeced american tourists is charge by associated Montreal july arrest of six men two of whom English Chappie Lewis alias Edward Long and George american coun were arraigned in police court to made Public Clay marked the drive started re the hysteria due to thl gently by Canadian and United spot purchaser resulting in annual j states secret service against a gang speculation in buying was p of International Confidence men by the committee which said the situation would Rem fixed As Tho duty for open near1 part i Ings in Washington the kale ticket explaining Lio commuter Deci tomorrow Jolon senator who with Cluj two democratic members holds i he majority vote on tuesday july 22 senator j j Watson called i at Detroit i Long do Tanco Telephone anal fair in that senators King and Jones in 7iis office and that L�ry we Raj top All desirous of having a meeting land wanted to know when i could Wallend 14 As slate Al by Ambo Clatch i new Ork july Coal dealers who buy in Carload order Quality amounts every month throughout the year there would he no Price fluctuations except in j of strikes and hundreds of millions of dollars would be saved i injured doctors is klan candidate leads in rage Texas democratic Pri Mary is close fully i Foti Triin were injun Hitri Ousby in a fall of la must min of the 1uke oni Pany three of tonight three Luffred fractured at the said to Crl Tii men who Are alleged to have swindled tourists visiting Montreal during the last six weeks o More than a million dollars the two prisoners arraigned to Day Are charged specifically with having obtained under false pretences from h l Christie of Chicago Lewis was held with out bail and Wallace was also committed to prison because of his in ability to furnish Bond for 000 they were arrested As they were about new York to Board a train for died Tho monthly Purchase Tho gov coolie Wjk by Washington july 26 saturday halt Holiday internment established was utilized by president Coli dare today in work upon the address be will de liver at the ceremonies August 14 when he will be nomination by the tonal convention notified of Republican his a Liny j Felix Ilo Birthon of with to of Tho Kukhis klan i i demo orator Randi Larr for Rov 1 Fornor was bin of i to fonts in comp Ltd returns from i in of the 252 in Texas Early to Leht or polls from the i Texas election Bureau gave him votes Lynch Davidson an klan Candida second i with t e Davison Loeur Anri mrs Fer Anson Thomas i3arton adjutant general had votes Joe Burkett s90 v a Collins w e Pope 732 George w Duon 135 Gillmore Suffy relapse Bel remains the in or new York july Sec actors equity Aiso Clatl a relapse tonight j afternoon his condition his phys Lucian Haid the condition of who is suffering from diction was reported have showed no
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