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second- Gree. consura- unable to lor lines said court needs or en from so. rea- or ad- Missouri Mob Action Scored by Gov. Park law water ot one create Jolferson Clly. Mo., Nov. 29.--Governor 29.--Governor Guy n. Park, In a statement today, said "That there Is no justification" for tho lynching last night of Lloyd Warner, negro, at St. Joseph. . appears trom press re, re, Joyd Warner, the negro boy lynched by a mob In St. Joseph last night, confessed to a heinous crime punishable by. death, yet there is no Justification for, the action, ol tho mob." the governor stated. "Mob violence, whether In tho punishment punishment of crime or In attempts to obtain alleged civil rights Is always wrong and la destructive to good government. government. To condone such an offense offense Is to encourage lawlessness. I deny the efficiency of the court and I On question Â°t Leo Crosier, Chief ot Police Roberts aald his men, now scheduled to work 12 hours, a day act- iiuilry work from 12 to 18 hours. Cros' Cros' ier thought such a situation was re- dlculous. Â· ,, On suggestion of Carrel the police lary budget was increased from ?1*,BOO ?1*,BOO to $1-4,000 per year, this Increase to he partially made up by docras the budget discount from 10 to nine per cent. ' Dr. Alice Wynecoop Accused of Murder I i^'power-of constituted authorities.' pant- right . or at use said and j from | In ihe! as Windsor, des-. purpose only, 9:30^ wero "Sitting Pretty 1 ' Yon.wlll be "Sitting Pretty" If you keep i classllted Â»d appearing appearing each day on tho Tribune Tribune Want Ad page. The cost la small and the results nre Â»ure. Phone S and havo one itarted. Coming to the Sterling theatre theatre tomorrow. Jack Oaklo and Jack Haley In "Sitting Pretty," with an all star cast. Free tickets found on tho classified classified page will entitle yon to see this picture. Chlcaeo, NoÂ£Â°Â»!--A'tTue bill cbarg- ,att Dr. Alice L. Wynekoop ,wlth tho murder of her daughter-m-law, Eheta, was reported to have been voted by county p-and Jury today. The action was reported alter sev- r era! witnesses Including police of licera who heard the 62-year ' old woman confession last Friday, had tcstllleil. Lynching Ban Law Planned by Costigan iAÂ»ocltc5 Trail : Denver, NOT. 28.--Senator Edward P. Costlgan said here tonight that aa result of California lynching he has received telegraphed requests for Introduction Introduction of antl-lynchlng bill at noit session of congress. He said that unless otherwise dealt with ho will Introduce such n measure on opening day-ot tho session. Senator Coatlgan said: . . . "If mob violence- la t o . r u n America Instead of orderly. Justice of freo government on this continent will have come. ' "Sober sense of this country does not and will not sanction such blind and menacing lawlessness."