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Salt Lake City Telegram (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Salt Lake City, Utah I i t to h j j is p p 1ii i ii x 4 i f do or Rte fair tonight i7t.t of life if is a. Long Long change ruin tem m re before re emitting the breath Jeanj Paul of no Salt Lake City Utah sunday morning july 27 1924 t Price five cents is demands Ersia shall m be amends reign reign government Toj to strict a for grave Insu tic mrs Imbrie leaped oni Theran officials Makee admissions that noteis4 been sent blame s placed on fanatic Washington july 26aant statement that the a g views with grave Cerniki indignities suffered Nat Leanez a by mrs Katherine g. In widow Oft the american vice ice s51ur who was murdered by Aab n. That City is to be presented thing persian is expected a e8 Joti Plain that the United 1 that Persia must take ate or Steps Arete necessary Toto ure efficient cooperation on thet e t of its subordinate officials and ice in order that adequate pro Tion for alln1 americans May Bebe ure ter Kornfeld at re to re Ted t the state department to to Bat on last tuesday a. Persian la grabbed the veil worn by Sim brie and attempted to tear Fromi her during the attack he her a native Man s to have witnessed thet e a from a distance but did not Otier Ere mrs Imbrie was Riding nth lie wife of one of the out s t Utt of 8iaeootf the american Mission when occurred ring report t incident prompted the state to expedite Iti s Han a of the Case Oft the urdu err Ofree in brie previously sly it in it re expected that the Wash Ash ton government would await a investigation be Forer desires to the persian gov a in int n a both Inin to attack upon Imbrie and melin1 seymouro0 n american and in the und no Keld insult to mrs Imbrie Al r there is evidence Toi Ere of a. Laxity on the part to police to say Nothst Kwof the charges that persian Diery were included in the mob Ich killed Imbrici no official admission could Bee a Ned at the state department a note already Tad been patched but it was Learned that of St official expression of the Arment s views on the situation was Likely to be made next week diplomatic torn requires that announcement dispatch of such 1 shall be withheld in Wash so a minister Kornfeld Atn Ierne Rann shall have had the present it to the persian cig minister t of fanatic Here recognize that the Aci on mrs Imbrie probably s the act of a fanatic Thesey o0 Are aware Oft the disturbed Dat n in Teheran due to the re joyous re s controversy raging there in have been gratified at the action taken by the persian in connection with Theo if of or the a of the act upon americans in already has occurred info the Ului 1 to mrs Imbrie however d to a feeling in official that the persian govern Ern take further Steps Toto n s upon it shr police and other their obligations to extend 1 y 0 Protection to Ameri Eri tis the communication to the is an government is expected to out sharply that viewpoint Jelev to pour i Nith in the harvests time it neb july 26halehaleide president of thee Bur Lingling id e Railroad system who stopped Teth other officers on Ahn in to i i i Inion tour of the Western division oads s property declared Nekas e in crops looked very Good in p Rison with those of other t he had visited Loney will ill soon begin in to0 purr in i i inthe West in Exchange fore thet e duct grown Here mrs Holden i r t so l l q fan woh Wobick Rou l1it 611inyour Homero 4 baptized As jazz band furnishes Pep Columbus o0 july 25while a. Band played of Happy Day at the water Ster Edge and a jazz orchestra kept dancers on the move in a Paa vision nearby International Bible students were baptized Ini the swimming Pool of Indianola amusement Park this afternoon by Complete immersion a Cool Breeze sweeping across the freshly filled Pool reduced the number of candidates during the morning plans had been made to baptize seventeen pastors were at work in the water immersing candidates the first to enter was an aged woman she appeared timid at i first but after one of the offi cers in charge splashed water on her Black baptismal Robe she waded in Waist deep and allowed herself to be immersed then followed a Long pro cession to of men women and children even the Blind and crippled joined the baptismal i lire lil i bumper crop brings amid to Western Stern ban is Treasury officials Are inclined i die to optimistic View following Long list of failures in six months Washington july 26withwiththe number of Bank failures Dede creasing rapidly from month to month in the state West Oft the Mississippi River where stringent credit conditions obtained last win ten Inin High Treasury officials expressed x the belief today that the Here ported of bumper wheat crop in Many Oft those states had placed the fifi Mancial Fil institutions off those9 1 on their feet again in Treasury records show that Banks were forced to close their doors Between january 1 and july 1 these include state and 75 National institutions and while a few More Braveh gone out of Busi Ness Usiski since the records show that the failures in May were 30 per cent fewer than in april in states West of the Mississippi and 25 per cent Lessl is Ini june compared with May Banks fortified despite the Long list of failures the Treasury believes that any tight ening Ghat of credit that May come next i Winter will have Little effect on a the Banks they have been Abee to fortify themselves in various ways i and Are now prepared to withstand any Calls that May come to them except Oft course in isolated cases where the Strain May be too great the agricultural credit Corpora Tion Sporar Ora organized last Spring at the direction Oft president Coolidge has been Able to reopen some Twenty of i the Banks that failed and advices to the Treasury indicate several score More in the Northwestern states Arete now i receiving Aid which will Enn Able them to weather any new crises ii1mosta of the Banks to which the corporation has extended Aid Are ii Small institutions and require Only a Small amount of Money to put them on a firm foundation officials i id i declared they explained that the corporation therefore would Bee Able to help Many More Banks than was originally expected credit improved commenting further on the re ported big crops in Many of the wheat growing sections officials Dee cleared Eide id this meant that millions Illions of dollars in credit extended to farm ers pm a would be liquidated or the Loans reduced this fall and paper which some of the Banks had been forced i to charge Offe As would now become obligations upon which the Banks would realize the Treasury s figures Oon Bank failures showing what is believed to be a nearly Correct list of All fail ures f ill Tir West of the Mississippi River i follow Texas 1 National Bank and 7 state Banks Arkansas none and 3 Minnesota in 3 and 26 Iowa 1 and 29 Missouri none and 8 North Dakota a 9 and 39 South Dakota 12 and 54 Nebraska 5 and 8 ikan Sas Anan a 3 and 8 Montana 12 and 28 Wyoming 6gand 8 2 and i1 new Mexico 10 and 7 okla homa Blakla 6 and 32 Washington 2 and 3 Oregon none and 2 California none and 1 Idaho 2 and 1 Utah 1 and 0 Nevada none and none Arizona none and 1 Louisiana none and one i i Imaysay save Bobber from Guillotine Paris july 26rhehthe jury which found Alphonse Mourey i a Pach guilty of robbery and resisting arrest or which resulted in his being sentenced pen Fen i to thoe Guillotine today signed an Appeal to president Dou asking that the death sen tence Enns i i be commuted Albert Shattuck the american millionaire whose new York Home Mourey robbed of nearly Worth of jewelry wrote to thoe French president asking Mercury Forf r the Bandit expressing belief that Mourey Sis penitence was reall 1i in peril i As excursion i Steamer sinks excursion boat strikes submerged Barge in nor Folk Orr Harbor All Onn Board j believed saved Norfolk a july 26thetheexcursion Steamer gratitude with Between Antill persons aboard Sank in the Harbor tonight it is believed All of the passengers i were taken off by Small boats they j were put aboard the Steamer Maryr i Iland and Are being brought Here where a Check Willt be made to Dee i Termine a if there Ere was loss of Lifet ii the gratitude was returning i from an excursion with 1j of the Texas Ohil company and i their families according to information received Here and struck a sunken Barge there were Many women and children aboard and in the confusion itt was impossible to Tell whether All were rescued some of those taken offt sought Refuge on the sunken Barge stand Ingi a tand neck deep in the water and it was thought possible others May have been carried away by the tide the fact that a number of Small boats aided in the Rescue made it impossible to Check the list of those taken off the sunken vessel the Maryland was outward bound to Cape Charles but turned Back after taking aboard the sex because of her draft she was unable to go alongside the gratitude but took aboard the lat ten or s l to a passengers As they were picked up by the smal boats i members of the Crew Oft one launch which arrived Here ahead j of the Pennsylvania said their boat had picked up about fifty of the excursion lists they said great con fusion non reigned among the women and children which made Rescue difficult Portsmouth a july 26 the Navy Dardard tug Arr Rived a at the Navy Yard Here at 1130 o clock tonight with excursion its Cursio Kursion e rescued from the Steamer gratitude Oft the Bennett Lineu which hit a submerged Barge in Hampton roads shortly after 8 o clock tonight ripping a Hole Inlet sinking condition japs disappear As Roten signed i is found Santa Rosa Cal july 26 warnings Tot japanese to vacate their jobs As Pear packers have been delivered in the Vicinity Oft Hopland in Mendocino county by a party Oft men in two automobiles and by a note left on the Steps of the Earle fruit packing company warehouse according to sheriff Ralph Byrnes of Ukiah advices from Tokio that califor Nia Ali Forlifer correspondents of japanese newspapers had cabled articles Tell ing t ill of by the Kun flux klan to intimidate japanese workmen occasioned a the investigation which brought the information from Sher Iff Herr Byrnes today the warning by the party in two was delivered tuesday nigh to to the Ai thur r or Foster Duncan and wad a ranches near Hopland and the note Reading out withal the japs fire warning k k k was found Yoss morning according to Sher Iff Herr if Byrnes from the Foster ranch Twenty japanese workmen Are said to have disappeared saying they were go Ingi o i la to san Francisco Ieth Elthel Barrymore i Given allowance new Morkri july 26ethelethelbarrymore the actress who is the divorced wife Oft Russell g. Colt was granted an annual allowance of 2000 for each of her three Chil Dren Hilu and to reimburse Herer for their support and education by i surrogate Foley today the funds will be received from Trust funds created for each of Tho children under the will of their Grandfather the late colonel Samuel p. Colt miss Barrymore said in her petition that she received no Alimony from her former Hus band sus and that he l nothing toward the childrens s support she stated site was dependent for her own support solely on her earnings As an actress the three children Are Samuel 15 years old Ethel b. 12 and Johnn Drew 11 they live with their Mother at mamaroneck1 n. Coolidge s Friend j May be candidate Northampton m a Sass july 26 Shoemaker staunch James Lucy Friend and Early adviser of presi Dent rest St Coolidge May yield to the Importunity t of friends to become a candidate for the Republican Nomi nation ii for representative to the legislature it became known yesterday that he has agreed to do so provided the i names listed on his nomination a paid Persevera Sho w that lie has the if cloned support Oft the party locally this will Boe his first venture into politics f r in Ujj Tatj Iff Tir i Franks murder defense turns if Romero insanity Hope of saving Leopold and Loeb from Gallows now centers on proof of mental irresponsibility Chicago july 26 by a. P. of saving Nathan Leopold or and Richard Loeb from the Gallows entered tonight in the plans Oft their counsel to Demon Strate Onon a degree of mental irresponsibility Irre for theirer crime due to diseased minds the defense will contend said Clarence Darrow Chieft attorney for the Youthful slayers Oft Young Robert Franks s that thet boys have diseased minds and that they were not responsible for their acts the question Oft legals insanity will not be drought Forth by the an Index of the line of defense was afforded by the appearance Ini court in today of or William j. Healy of Boston and or Benjamin Glueck Oft new York two noted i Eastern alienist specialists in juvenile Ujj delinquency they were added do to a staff of five Chicago alien Isusi Linen selected by the defense to pre sent Here the Story of the Moungun mens mental debility to judge John r. Caverly chief Justice of the Crim Inal Jimim court of Cook county who must fix the penalty for the Dee plead for mercy one of the grounds on which the defense will base its plea for mercy will be the youth of Leopold and Loeb neither is 20 years of age almost simultaneously after the weekend adjournment of the Tenen Alty advisory hearing before states s attorney Robert e. Crowe in charge of the prosecution declared in reference to the states s plea for the death penalty ii think we have made out an Iiron Clad Iron Casemir Crowe had touched Bottom in the pit which for Fourt Days had supplied seemingly endless mate rial Arete for the Mountain Oft evidence he d. Thok students the Shadow of Hangman s no obese h expects to scrape the Bottom clean on monday or Darrow and his colleague sin the defense Benjamin and Wal ten anal Bachrach struck Back at the testimony of the state witness Toto Day for the first time attacks testimony or Darrow attacked As a false Hood Lelse the Story of detective ser Geant err James j. Gortland that Leo Pold Noeo the student of Law and Orr Lithology a who believed he had important work to do for the i world had told the officer after his confession that when he Dee ter mined a to seek life imprisonment instead of death As his punishment he would plea dbl guilty before Friendly judge Gortland maintained the truth of his remark tit was the first attempt of the defense to break Down the Testi Mony of a state witness it consumed no virtually Theo entire Short session today now or officer said or Dar Row Rar at the conclusion Ofat Morer than an hours stubborn Cross examination dont you know that this conversation about a Friendly judge was pure Tore fabrication concocted Onn for the purpose of intimidating i this court no sir it was not the wit Ness tit replied mr1 Darrow led up to his accusation without revealing his purr pose he asked the witness first about Hisil record in the pol Icele department Dee Dand brought out that Gortland in twelve years is experience had worked chiefly As a police stenographer and clerk the witness described his habit of making either shorthand Orr longhand notes of conversations with prisoners and of taking Clown do n their formal statements by direct dicta Tion Itata on the typewriter i he said he had made numerous notes of conversations with Leopold an produced them confidently witness grilled or Darrow had the witness Point out the Seminary Ary headings on confessions sorrow Orr for crime motive and other subjects s by Ion which Gortland had tried cd to draw out Leopolds s thoughts he also brought out that on june 16gortland started writing out a full i report Oft his activities in the Ca Sefor the superintendent of the Cit police department the examiner developed that the detective and Leopold were alone when the alleged Reto-o0marknic about a Friendly judge was Madeth although thoe other conver or continued on Page 3iconver-Ishowers and Doo cooler forecast for week Washington july 28 or Outlook fort the week beginning monday upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys showers in Earl part and again toward the end Oft the week Cool Middle and Latte parts Northern Rocky Mountain an plateau regions showers in Earl part of it and again in Latte half temperature near or below seasonal average Southern Rocky Mountain an plateau Region Sas generall Ylli fair with temperature near Orr above Normal t he x y i i latest and Best pictures of the Youthful murderers of year old Robert Franks in t14 i c g i 4 pkg i s r it t to 4 it a y a t la f 4 Al ii Ujj i Jis 2 4 4 cd i t 7 pc i Cut and bests pictures of Nathan. Leopold or left Loeb they were Takenaka by an Nea services photographer in Cook county jail Chicago through the Courtesy y of Clarence f. Darrow chief Date Ense counsel just before the Youthful intellectuals i i Tela it went into Courto to plead guilty or left and Loeb at the Barr in chief Justice John r. Caverly Verlys court pleading s1guilty to the and murder ofyear14 Robert Franks the Youthful intellectuals were dressed fastidiously As they Ameni into court i i Forlan Forland Survey Washington july 26apap-Portionmentj of the appropriated by Congress fort the sur vey or of Public lands during ring the Fis Cal is i year i was announced in the Ini terror i d department today As follows Alaska Arizona California Colorado 48idaho Montana Taria 481nebraska and South Dakota Nevada new Mexico Oregon Utah Washington Wyoming Eastern District administrative expenses will totall this is the first payment to Theo state of an appropriation made by the legislature Oft 1921 and 23 it for Thel Pur pose Gurse Oft making a Survey Oft the Public lands in the state the appropriation was for each biennium and the understanding was that the government should reimburse the state troth is pledged in air Glendale Al july 16hiighhighh-up above the Earth some feet or More in the a Cap Tain a Tam Thomas v. Phillip of the local first department and miss Emily Pierce the girl of his Choice were wed this afternoon the Rev c. M. Calderwood congregational on minister faced the i pair in the Bible plane and shouted Tieh words of the ceremony thoe wedding was delayed for a time when it was found one of the Landing wheels had developed a Flat tired the newlyweds declared their marital Jaunt will Bee Fea tured fear by no such Jinx no Fourt killed Fil at Grade grossingcrossi1cape Matay courthouse. J. July 26fourfour persons were killed in a Grade crossing Automo bile toot o crash at hand Avenue Cross Ingi o ass of the Pennsylvania a l Railroad today the victims All of whom ii lived in n. J. Were Joseph up myeers and his wife their son j in 21 Yearse old and miss Benniejo in i Elliott 1515 i Jour for i As.-. Of j bullets Fly in War Over bobbed h air Mexico exic City jul Yum 2626 by u. bobbed hair Queses Tion is to Sti brought on disorders Here today which resulted in the calling Ollious of a detachment of yaqui try oops of i fifty mounted policemen and the firing of Many shots into the air before rioting students were disperse ded declaring bobbed Hairl unto Man Lyly one group of students Ini the medical schools declared War seized All bobbed hair add girls passing the schools h of and dipped them in tubs of cold water a members of the bobbed hair defense league numbering several thousand immediately mobilized and were to soon massed in front of the school of Medicine a pitched Battle was in Progress when mounted police Olic arrived divorce action withdrawn by mrs Mac lean lean Tacoma Wash july 26thethedivorce suit filed against Kennethel i it. Maclean student of Bowdoin College Brunswick Maine by net Tiel tet Volk Maclean child to who figured in the death of the Maclea baby last february has been with drawn Tiht on motion of mrs Maclean the reason advanced today by mrs Maclean s was that the expense of evidence in Maine was too heavy no reconciliation is to be effected Iti is de dared a suit for alienation on of affections Afifeh brought by Prsir Maclean for against or and mrs a. R. Maclean parents of Kenneth St Llull is pending a no True Billet was returned by the Maine grand jury when the hearing was held held there to fix the blame for the baby s death upon either or both of the however in Jewr divorce papers now i withdrawn mrs Maclean charged her husband with smothering i 1 l i 6 7 1 Divorcee i ranted to Willie Hoppe new York july Anan inter inter Locut Ory decree of divorce signed by Justice Wagner in the the suit brought by Willie Hoppe billiard Champion against mrs Alice be Atric Etri Hoppe was filed in the office Oft the county Unn i 4 clerk today the jury before whom the Case was tried rendered a verdict against mrs Hoppe on i evidence obtained int a raid on a room at a hotel where it was charge ded she was i found with a Man the Hoppes were married in 1910li Baltimore and have two child ild Ren Alice Beatrice 12 and Wil Liam ill Thomas five Justice Wagner gives Hoppe custody of his Daugh ter a Gogh who will be sent to school and she will spend her vacation a a period equally Between s Herer i j father and Mother Hopper is also i Madeo custodian oath this son who also will spend half Hiis time with his i Mother noted alienist St s alienist used for divorce los Angeles Jully 26 or Edward dwar Huntington Williams Naa tonally known alienist and author was surprised at 1 45 Avn. M Camp ing p i Ilo in a cozy Canyon with miss Corat Young also a writer Accord ing re Cor to a suit for separate maintenance Ainie i in signed by mrs Beatrice m. Wil Williamss Onon file today the wire claims she and three men trailed her husband and mis Young and found the pair nestling for the night out under the stars Inin a secluded far from the City s turmoil and inquisitive eyes or Williams was formerly associate so d professor of pathology in the University Oft Iowa and at one time was a physician inn the new yorker a s Tate Hospital fort the insane Elf oods in in Dia Ruine Homes Bombay India july 26manymanypersons have been drowned and More than Homes inundated in scores of Townsnd by terrific floods1 which Are sweeping sections of South India according to advices hero tonight several Rivers so uen a by recent heavy Rains Are out Oft their Banks an accurate Estima Teot Tho devas tation Vasas t is Impi possible r 1 it sheriff few ars violence and hides Cairo ii ill Man participates in Holdup of store and admits murdering daughter of proprietor brutal Parent once in sane i held for murder of year old Chil Brothers slay parents Cairo ills july 28hesshess con nors Onul a a negro arrest edit t d Here last night confessed today officers said that he participated with Fred Hale another Cairo negro in the Holdup at Villa Iii ride last monday a Light Init which miss Daisy v Wilson Isi was slain Milan her father j. C. Wilson was Beatenbo Hallel Wasas one roof three negroes whose threatened Lynching Las tuesday night resulted in the Call ing ii Oil Alau Oft an Illinois National guard company neighbors had said they saw Hale and a companion Nearl error the Wilson country store the afternoon before thoe Holdup two exonerated after his alleged confession con nor on Rel a was rushed to thoe Pulaski county sea Tat at Moundrou City the scene of the previous re mob demonstrations Onon to from where Heli was to Belit to the sense coct Distant Mii which the three Ether negroes h Ive Benen held fort Safe keeping Connors j apparently ill ill exonerated Ikea Brownn Narthur Jonest Memphis Termyn Nene Groes who first were threatened with Lynching it when a mob formed in Fronto Oft Theo City jail Armoun Dond three Miles wwenot1 Oft Mound City Brown and i Jones denied any connection Tho crime Brothers accused Lancaster a july 26twotwobrothersther were held today on a. War rant Arar in which a. Third brother accuses be them of murdering their father and Mother fourteen years ago Benjamin f. D of at lactic to City was on a Mur Dender uru 1 charge at Paf yees ter Day is As Hee Swiss about to pay a visit to friends at that place i Chester a. Dorsheimer Oft hard Burg Ris Risa dog vast its arrested in York a Toto Day charged with assisting Ting in the murder of his parents both Are prominent business men in their respective communities each claims spite work on the part of thoe third brother Frankp who brought the action the parents of thoe three Brothers were found dead in bed from asphyxiation a april 16 1910 Peter Dorsheimer was a wealthy liquor Dedea Lerl r of Lancaster no gales Ariz july 26thethe state today filed charges of murder against Jose Duran ranch worker whose year old daughter was found brutally slain yesterday3early in the Day a coroners s Jur hadit held Duran responsible fort the Childs s death armed guards we replaced at the mans s cell in thet county c in Oun jail tonight county lairs Here were advised that Duran had been adjudged insane by a Shanit Loard at Bisbee several months ago deposed preacher appeals Tobi Shopsis Cleveland 0o. July 26wilwilil-Liam Montgomery Brown of gallon0o. Retired Bishop of the protestant episcopal Church found guilty of heresy May 31 announced today in a ii letter to the United press Here that he probably wilful Appeal directly rec act 11 to my Brethren of the House of Bishops to drop the Case Browns s attorneys yesterday appealed his Case to a special court Oft review citing Twenty assignments in error the time for the hearing was not set Brown is an ultramodern strho disbelieves the miracles Iracles acc counted in the Bible the Virgin birth of Christ and existence Oft a heaven Ven and hell May reveal motive Detroit july 26thethe motive for the suicide Friday Ofat mrs Wil Lam Vigil la m. Smith 38 who took Poison in a House Here is exx petted to be revealed in a letter addressed to Ait sister mrs Walter James Street Pittsburg a i Little Joe says ii o4 e p is Csc Curt would Beh Neteh Foro e ii Oun j Jii j n

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