Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 31, 1927 · Page 1
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thri records open to public \ inisphtim at dm time. VOLUME XXXI. Nc). 58. .Sli< |..!:. I>;<i t.. rUi- iMlIy H'-BisUT. The i:.-f.r<l .-mil 1<4:( "Iwlly Iiid .'X. lOLA. KAN.. SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 1927. INIOLAGOES TOSDCBELOW ; • .• 1 • ; . - . Kew Cold Mark for Year Is Set As Heavy Sriow Drifts WILL BE COLDER T^n Bellow Is ijredicted For Eastern Kansas For Tonight •\Vitii th<; Wfatlvr iiK-rv ilf.-^ 'iiilpsi of »he season lolan??? plr>\v«'d ^Inimgh iiic-hes I 'l- h.tVr-y flrified snow -.his morii- iiig to come to work. Tlic: miniiuiiiu If inpprature lien-^ \v;is .sjx, "lesreos bi'low' ZPTO ;it! r o'clock : this m((rnii\K «itli" iii<> maximum 26 tit T o'<li>;k- yt'sifrijay iiionjiirj 'T"' x-imv; i< pr'iHljieteil for toiiighr. T«;>-'k.T. • n.c. .lAI'i Uintor (.••Ijipiil Kansas Joiiiiv uiili -i:))- 7.'rii tviiiiifratiircs <•<^;^!lli^llitl^ lieu I'-A mark-; f.ir l!ie ;st-;is,iii .-ii'l a i'lauk't .t)f raiii^iii;; Irmii Vit . tiK.lli'- jii «'ast<'ri' Kau^a- (<• a lviai( In Tile ive^tciii-ciiiiiitK'--: ' i-:>' s;at I iir- tlM Posing as Jbfry Agents. Rohpers Lodt Big.Bank C'.:ii:v!'i. II- . II.. - I'osiiiK a.v iiii.Iiil.if'rin aRL-ntH. "it'v ii:cn kuliiai"''! ilic '<"ller of Ihc /!av<'ii.-i\v<i <H|- Xatiix^il Jiank aii'l parciit .M here loilay. IidlfiitiK ( IK ! falliiT ami molluT cajilivc.^ iii .-I privali'I'iTaras;"' niiilc iUfv Ivrrcil ijic'; M)II II> o|)< !i the linnk'.-- vaf.lt. ' e.-;(a.fK'il witli JMI.IMMI ri'iuy. • :j As (Irorpj' Anilt-rsifii. t>!lcr. ihovt' into his j-'ara^c shortly brforn iiiiiiniu'ht. si."^ nieii slei>JV'il forward ; lui said tli(\viwcn^ proli.'bition ascnts. Ti'.ey waiitt-d to search his automobile aisd huiiie. til -y said, and wou'il imt harm liim it lie- leMiainei; tiiui ;.. ' • -Mr. and .Mrs .Mso! AKdoismi. tlif tellers parents. Wf.v made captive in. !i <n-,se .l wiiicli Ibo bandits searelied iboroi'i-'hly to be sure no one was inisseil. Ilrawinp revolvers, the iiiei: <ir- ileved the family <jiii of Hie liouse. They took Ihi'm to a mivate Karaue. r^i'fed the pspvions day. wii6ri' liiev iMinnd tin- .\n- <:ers<iti-i aiiii Jield tlieri Ui:t 1 alicui si.\ o'clock.' • .,»cildi si iiiulit in las', .lainarv. siil! lulll::!'.!! was tiee- liPK til • sine- ..il.ier. weatl;-r ^ i.'i-t by the ueatlwr buiv-an Teiiij l.<-i.itures as I'lW .i> Kijbelow /eiii Wife pr<-dicted fur «<Ht»in Kan Vas. Wlli'e III \V;) , e \;iei |ll tj I"- .ri.ailied i!i 111'.- i;.i,-ii-r.'i ,--( t '•'•'.!. I» •! \id Mb i:''i'<'i'ts readiiii;.' I h) : • 1. 1!. .ni ii-.dnati-;! tl,^ . fj.i;.'.l t.i lien-I;il ii. an t- I.I 111.;- '.V.be:,! . l -.iin ^ar,' win.. .• ^'lil-iim; Iroiii wan' o: !a<)!-ii;i- tinly II tra. e ol mnisiiii.' wa-. re • j". 11 .(1 :it (;<.ciillani'. iii'ii.jnL:, sjliili- tliiiiKe .(.'jly repiiited 'urn «ri';.i:;;i In Iii '*;',-i |i! »•." ; ill. V eiiile r i.iiv. -1..., ni t le.i! .'.x- I e-li)i;.-i «e>|i-ril . (.1- wilji. r . • ip NAVY ACTIONS IN S-4 WRECK ARE'SUPPED' I*arents of Comniander in Letter, Call It Cruel Indifference MAY RESCUE BODIKS Workers Hope to Hrlnjf Sunken Sub To Surface Washincloii. I""'- '.At'" ' The ^ (leliartiiteiil was accused to- ! •K ,;,-re..s i.eipvv, a';.l'Kau-ai t'jiv, l''»>''^<f » . , Uniz.- and Wichita. .-. bel.nv. i "\ M 'nketi .<n I<. -:\ :"W low re.ord for this <late wju. Tito paren.s. .Mi-, and .Mf.s, .lolm .i...; •(\,|),.|..;, ; M. .IiuifS. set forth these vn ws in a jointly sicn d letter !•> ',!'-i"'c- .sentative .\!ci'lintic' of.i Oklahoma, a Democrat on ill- hoti.se nuvul committee wlio lias denninded a I l!es WIS »'oni:ressional Iniiuiry into the •d-ui.l To !'n iln- 1, ' ti.' l-'s '•''•m'l'i>'tl ""I ''••!"' I u.n .jj^^i jij^ ,(.ii,rades and the cnie! -uuawa tniUiv r.p-.:ti-l a tempera- "•l''^'" ""r^ • ' shown these poor boys who filed I. in ll:e service of their coantry is inhuman aiitl without . a pr-ced- enl." the letter said. - th«' Weekly Beglrter. BstablUhetl ThP loU Dally ReglAt jr. Bstabliiihftl 1S» THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER AXIJ ITS EnpLOYEKii ASD CORHESPONDENT S EXTEND HEADERS THEIR SlOST CORDIAL fiOOD WIS lES FOR A Happy and Prosperous New Yeai TO ALL ITS KDITOR AND PUBLISHER Cha.s. F. Scott • UrSI.XK.S.S I)l-:i'AKT.V,K.NT .\llKelo (". Scoi.i Kvi.v-.ti I..iuru Mutt rum lireirkcnridKc: Kinerson K ciucri>.\Ti<).v C.fcorge U Williams i Fl- la U >l>in.-on AUVKKTI.SI.VG l.vnn Kfinneth Drake AIAILI.'VO C1.KKK.S Noble Troiitwine ^{alph Hoerniug (•AltlUKRS Kiigene Henry. Harold .\el.-on. Robert' f^tn- aldson. Uay tlrce.ry. .Mildred limit. VaJ^'Ilnf .Mitch^II^ Hertlia Hunt; Leonard f Sutlierlatd Doris Taylor. Hoy TMC .! IMiil^'ip .Milne. Dorvth> Ijine. Willard Troutwin.-. H;!i-old ilenzle. Jobr r.rHzee. riarence Wolf. Itiith llo»jrn:nfr. Marj .\bTs. I.*wis. \Volf. Georp*' I.ane. Robert Evaus Chnrles Howard, .Maxine .Mitchell. Ilurald Shaffer. ni|lie l-mrerman. Blraer McCarty Don .Vymoa. Ruth Horton, WUda Correl], all' in tola. KlftiVife (iroen. Pern Clark, Harold }lurke, in l^Harpe. Orval Thompk na. Ed- ivard Lancri, cias. I'aul Hess, Humbold;. John Habnrbo.schl Mildred. John Paul, Alorah. Carl- Peterbon. CJllitton Place. Vera and Francis .\n»ell. Ktity t'rvjssing. John .Copening.. Ster- llsiB HeightK : C. .\. I-lift Knnice Tobey LSeijIa > Reiniert COPvRESPO.VDE.VTS Owen Paul .Mrs (1. Totmaii. P^iijie Klowei : .Mrs. pr.-'nk Myers. Prairie Hail; .Mrs. Vara Rojjeis Prairie P.ose: .^lr. 0.' I) Strickler. Prairie I 'jiion; Mr.s Kiiink Cibson. Prairie^ Vi>-w: .Mr.s. Howiiril Hardy. RishiK Star: Mm. Wi I DuRan. Rock- low; .Mrs. .\nna Stout. Rockv Point; .Miss HiizelMarkley. t\:«li'ni: .Mrs.,.lo:. C.'ibs;-n. Scotland; .Mrs Fred niilTey. Silver L.-af; .Mr .s .ijtn H'bbs. Skyrocket; .Mrs \niii :Mcl>o-.vell. Soiitb .Vndersou; .Mrs. .1 I;. ConiMti. Souili lor-n: .Mrs. Dessje Carrier.' South tji"i> K!:ii: \lis' Francos Cunningham. South .Majile lirove; .Mr. II. F. I .OW. SjirinB Vallt> ; .Mr.s. S .M; Dicjcinson Star District; .Mrs. S. K i:>s-. S ^ar Valley; .Mrs. l.elia .McFar:an !. .Sto.iy Pi.in<; .Mrs. An- oiia Simpson, Wavt-riy; Airs. K. .\. Young.' Wisley Chapel; Mrs. Vari W >e .Vales Ceniei ; y,y Cleil V. Uelavan. .\miia; Mrs. rio.vd .M .C-.i- imii-k, Huyard; .Miss .Marjorle Cilbs<in. I 'eih '-I; Mr . C. .M. Qiiixt. HroHHon; .Mrs. Olive Savyer C.-irlyle; .Mrs. .Mabel SJ- Sell. Carpenter; \ti>s Verna Chtirchiil. Centra! .\venue; .Miss Rose .MasHOlh. Cherry Crek: A''-^ Lewis HarUian Cherry Grove; .Mrs. W. K Paytoii. Colony; .Miss Dora O^le. (bounty Line; . MIKS Geor- K!,I MrookH. (Tresctnt Valley; .Mrs. .\lva SI'HII- wi( k. Deer Creek: .Mlhs Audrey CresK. De- Wlii; Mrs. II. K. Spurgeon. Dlamoud; .Mrs Kern Irwin. Diatuond Church;! MIHS Gladys 1!' ii-r. Kast I'nion; Mrs. Flen Friedlund. Elm ''reek: .Miss Dora Ileanian. Elsmore: .Miss Lor- »n:i P.nttfi-lielti. Knterpri.se: .Mrs. A. F. Holten, dia: Mrs. Dejla Le,ivitt, Geneva: iMrsi. W. V Heath, G'endaJe: .Mr. Francis Culrer boldt; .Ml.sH t'aiherine ' Shaughnessy pendence: .Mrji. J.' L. Gregory, Indian Huui- Inde- Creek; II i PRI.NTI.NG DKPART.ME.VT K. Wbitaker. Ch7< K .M.n . Uicl.iid Too-y Walter .Maudlin. Co;);. Stilie. CI-M-.S Tobey Edwin F<irre»t. .\lvin .Me.xander. H. E. Kindig Harry Davis. Mrs J Strubhart. Jeddo: Mrs. Opal Mitchell LaHaipe: .Mrs. Hatti- Gnllett. UkHarpe; -Mrs' Karl Reed. I.etiuna; Miss Gladys Roberts, Lc- imna. Di.strict-79; .Mrs. Cora B. Harris, Libert..; .Mrs. Bessie Helm.s, Ix)ne Elm; Mrs. .\rthur Itaish M.-iple Grove: .Mrs. Garrett Tasche, Me- K'.U Chapel: J .M'is.s .Meribeih Atci:...Mildred; Mis." LVorma Naac, Monte Vale: Jlrs. G. H. Ford Moran: .Mrs. \V. P. Heath. Neosho Falls; Mr (.' L Arnold. J.osho Valley; .Mrs. Anna Price S'lirth of Elsiimre; Mrs. J. E. Reynolds, North Kairvi.-.. ; .Mis: j ^v. Hrolhers. .V E. of Hum- :lMildt; . MIS . A.M. .Montgonier.v, K. E. of Lal,iarpe: .Mrs Freil Dice. North Logan;, Mrs "irthur Rai.-h.'^'orlh .Maple Grove and Central .\vnnf; Mis .1 C. .McKlnney. North WHse; MI -IS LudlaM.jntKomery. Oakland: Mrs. Idii E Ke;iev. Old ICurlyle; . MISK .Mabel Brighfly, Old Klsinore; .Mrs.; Edward Sisson, Osage Valley; .Mis. Vernoiv 0«trander, Olter Springs; Miss IJlIy Ellis, Owl Creek; Mrs. Ella Ponsler Pleasant'Prairie: .Miss Nettie Osborn. Pleasant Valley Hill; Mr. C. E. BerklhlHer.-F'leasaiit Valley: .Mr. L..D. .Mattocks, Prairie Ch^lpel; .Mrs. n. F. Klliik, Prairie Dell. ] JOR AND HINDERV ' I I.. R. Varn. r. H. T. Ashford. Willis SmithJ Le' iie:ie Vain- r. 'Waym- JelTers, IJon Kessiliger .\rvi!'a ;Smith, .\ndrew Wilson. SXLESMEN Hiiiold Sniiiii lola. M. .M. Stevens. Tulsa. OIRCULATION ist^orOu Qdmmodity a Newspaper^ Has to Sell Its Advertisers. SIX PAGES Triple Trairt^ Crash Injuries 25 Pahen^ers Chicago. Dec. i.-Jl. fAP) Miss Sara SpreckeU. ^, of Tttlsa, Okla., alive, but seriously Injurwl. and an unidentified woman who was dead, wcg-e removed from the wreckagj- of a Pullman car in the Chicggo & Alton wreck today -afteit firemen and railroad fmploy«? ha<l cut through the walls OX the coach with acetylene 'to/ches. Twenyt-five persons W €*e injured in the triple collision •between three;passenger trains. Number 8. a St. Loui^-'Chicago passenger train.i had stopped in; the West Tliirly- Seventh street yards fo» wa- • teri and Number iTS. a St.'^oiii.': mail train, had -halted behind it -w hen Number 10. "The 'Hummer," from Kansas Cityi ran into the mail train and ^rew it into the St. Louis pas.'feiiger train'. •• '• The injured with the ^cep- tion or the fireman, Est^U E. Beatty. of Bloomington. opj the locomotive pulling "The f^um- mer." were all in the simpers of the leading train, the jVlion management said. -^'\ ED HICKMAN ACCOMPLICE NOWSOUGHT Attempts. Being Made to Pin Share of Blame On Welby Hunt OTHER CRIMES ilJ Confeission Implicates ' Boys in Slaying In Kansas Detroit. Dec. 31. (AP)-f-J youth giving his name as Jaine Ellsworth, who totd pclice he wa= an accomplice of William Edward Hickman, Los An.celes kidnaper, killer, in a series of crimes last summer, was idpn- tlfied todav iby his brother Charles Seymour, of Detroit as SALVADOR IS NEXT FLIGHT FORCOLONEL Lindy WilFTake okl in! Morning For ShqVt Air Voyage ? j ELABORATEPROGflAM' Hi"M}' .'ifmn falls \\i-a\ jiiiowiiills Were rejiort- i id ill eastern Kansa.-'. Fro.i! -'i to iiiciics vyi 'i' ri-iiorteit .i! Kansas W'ichila. L'.r. ill Topeka, l.b: A.:<: Ciiicordia. 1 i'.'.: Cm aii.l I)o-li;e (.1.^. "mil -:ii >':i -!ire.' iiiciics a-Hv. At •'i rporied: . le Theand rn-" tills ir'-itii'iL"- (; li-L-re. lo-v zero, t'lo -seasonrs low. >;,'Wi.i.i ioi.il''ii loiii' it! : Till- lowest ri l:'-.'i '-vas .-•i' at , W iiifield wiKaitlii- imrcnrv t:i!Ui-.le.! lo licuiecl; l>eli>-,v. Two ill. lies oi ~iiii-,\ I ovir..-(! •Ii'-eroiind. •.\!iother .season record fell at !';;;-i);ii-:; AH . a .h>- ; ti;cr'iiu)n;etcr oii«- •[••jri-e jj.io '. zero -.'X .> • •I ioi -K Ihii iiior!!;!:--. • \Vi:li .'-jijiw liriite. .) !oo! i|e'-p in t '-;i !iv pi.ire... 111.- m.irii;v !' !I .<) - Ill- the . fi.;.! "ll:,- 0« Ui;-. !" ,: llelldell i .!. LI-.-'. ' - ' > l >:.|lV 1^ lii'iri; of twii I y,!'- srippeil ii I. Mt . Ii. ;•• • . ..II'! -11 : 1 ' i::i;;iii;i'ii I '••ffi > ville t'':t;:'er..niie • w .'v. ••.l. ai 1.1. s :.»>[• I O i^' (..•Ill :is o- Ile\> .IrtP'n iilllll- iii fity i\ lit.rliiW. l -M.i 'T • d I. 1 1,,,,.',: I.. •111! .|rv •1 j.'- . ' li'ie: r;:i|ir;ii (111 h sent Ml -.aow ,• M.-d'T : I , liri- i:o r.- 11 be I'd w. <>:..Tlin , ..il i; iiel \\ estcpii Stales (Gripped hy Winter Letter to the IPnbllc. . .McClintii- in making public letter, issued a staloment dec; in.i; ii "will be a iravesly of jiis- tice" for congress to ri-fiise to create a special comiHinee lo iiivesl.i- pate the (ii.-.a.-it r. l:otli tin- letter and statement were iiiveii lo liiu press for iinidii aiion icKhn-" prior to the aiuiiiiinieinen! lal'- yesterday by Secretary Wilbur tliat a special imjuiry had been ordiend by: the navy into rescue operations. I The bnreaii of navigation of tl.e navy department: today said thai Conimamler .loni t; had not reciuest- ed thai his parents be nolifiwi in case of accident and that the department had promptly noiifie,! i)is wife as soon a-I It lieiame known thai he W'-nt down with ilie .S-1. .\ leiiiiesi frotii .Mr. and .Mrs. .Imies for intoi'iiiaiioii .iboiii ilie accident was anstt<-r<i|: pidiiipllyl Imr'aii "'' olfulals'said. • j Secretary Wilbur refused to c- iiieiit oiiihe jell, r bill his offiie ibiily dciiied flijil !'i.- had said iiie .S -i would not le laSed lltllil .'luin;;. Ilrileis from t'lie si cietary were iliat the siibiiiarln* its unickly a- possible, s.iid. • be his raisi-d olfi.-. H.M.BLACKMER'S ATTORNEYS ijRGE CASE DISMISSAL . - /. - . . Unconstitutionality of the Law Charged in. Petition Washington. Dec. -31. (APi--.A motion to dismiss contempt pro- ce-dinss against H. M. Blackmer niissiiiK Teaiiot 'Dome oil witness on th" irroiiiid iliitt the citation wap tiii'inr-litiitional. was inaile befori .1 list ice l-'rwderick L. SIddons loday^ by Cisirge Coi'don Rattle, Black: iiii-r's counsel. Haiile's peiitjim said the-cour''nhoiild b did Hot have Jurisdiction over jaKenis." l;:;ickiiii'r ftr of the i-oi^tempi pro- leedinns. ' i Tiie aioiion al.^o cliaiKcd that ih< l.i'.v tinder which the action ua; lakiij conllh'ts with tlu' constltH- M.ei. 'Iliis :iaw. passed at the In- -i.iai. of SeiitiKir Walsh, of Moii- New York and Chicago Prepai'e to Celebrate New Year;MayBeDry • , ' ' i Chicago. Doc. ?,\. iW) —Prohibition enforcement in Chica.?o tonight jvviil be purely a federal affair,; with enforcement oiiicens on duty from 2 p. m. until the last tin Horn has sounded its blatant hurrah to thejNew Year. ; Chief of Police Ifughs indicated.^- STARVATION OR SNdW STRUGGLE Flying AmbassadorVWill; Receive Big Timae i In Belize 5 •ST. After UiUis. Dec. v.l. t^Pi a delay of two. dayS be-; cause of adverse weatherljcon- ditions; Mrs. iS'angeline. |Jnd- bergb and piarty ttWk off irom Lambert-^L Louis field at 1:5-1 p. m. today for, a noit-srtop. flight to Detroit oti tlie return from Mexico City | where? she visited her son. Col. Cliarles A Lindbergh.' The plani^ rej- turned unexpectedly -toJ the field a few mtntiteci oftet^l takj- ing off aind landejd for 'Jn>me sort of mlnoi* motor adjust}- mt rt. Persons at the fiel]5 did not reach the 5?potj in time to learn w-hat the liifficulty'wa!?. The craft departetl again at 2:11 p. m. 3 I way. _ i 'Kansas Cily.-1 )1 , i \|". . \ A- oiiii tiiat lefi -iio.v III iipoe than • ^•l(i/en w -t -iein sl.il" > !<'day <on•'''d ca;-I ;iud -oiiHi !;;.|iif.; a' lioi ili wii; i tli.it swept - t.-'-ii Cana-iiac: liYrci r pojiis whete Workers Can Enter S-4 Soon that the police force would makejen Morgan, ono of the city's, most no extra efforts toward liquor law {popular night resorts, of it^ $50,enforcement. ' -OOO worth of furiiishings. Qwners "I'm going to k^ep my .New J of other night clybs became' a bit Year's resolution—1£) continue my aPPrehei\sive about tonight's de- fight against criimV^ the chief said., velopmedts. : "It is strenuou.sr-'work. Half of Reservations at; all the p<>pular my force will be'off diity. But I clubs and hoie.ls had been ex^jaust- wonl stand in the government's |ed days ago and -it was e.stimate<I I think thjc feijeral laws !100,IMJO pirsons yfould din»i an<i enforced - |by federal dance the ol4 yeai* out and the new •year in, jaylng i(j least $1,000,000 The federal prohibition depart-: ^or- prWiloge. ; iiienl, liiw ever, has maile ••xtensivc i Coupled with' the threat made plans to make certain that Chica- by the .Morgan di^ raid was a let-j ISO 's .NVw Year's eve celebration is ter sent all night j club proprletom dry.; A force of 2."iO federal men by Administrator. .Maurice Camp' has been assigned to hotels and bell in which he warned that two cabarets. The department, finder agents would be i^sslgned to each the direction of K. C. Yellowley. jclub. He also called attention to aduilnlslrator. has been recruited j a recent f-der«l court decision in • na. p;..>.iutiM of the Senates oil tj,e „ccaslon by agents from [Chicago w^ich held that the mere Twenty-two Bo^s Trapped In California Camp By Snow Modesto, Cal., Dec. 3L (API — Twenty-two Stanislaus county boy scouts, i snowbound in a deserted lumber camp ten miles in the Si- t^r^ beyond Long Barn. Cal., with less than two day's provisions, today faced a fight for life with the dfifts separating them from civil- liation. .- The boy.s, averaging from VI to 1.4-years, made ready to strike out 'Belize. British Hon<rjiras, Dec. M (AP)-^-CoI. Charles A. Lindbergh plans. to renew his central American tour t<nnorr row morning,; hopping of< for San Salvador at daybreak. The distance from Belize to San Sah-ador, capital ofl the republic of Salvador, is; 260 miles. ; ' •" for Long Barn on foot while a res cue party with a caterpillar tract-1 planes have visited the hai'bor. Belize. British Honduras, j Dec. 31 (AP)—Surroiinded by enthusiastic! Honduras citizens. Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh today rested here preliminary lo hopplni off, probably tomorrow, for San]Salvador. ; Ani 'elaborate program o^ entertainment has been larranged for the American "flying ambassador" while a gues. there. It begjih .soon after he landed yestcrda>> after showing uncanny-.ability ^ pilot, his plane to the earth on; a narrow field. No other alirlano ever has descended here, althoijgh sea- or attempted to crawl iiito the mountains to meet them. Vernon Baird. scout executive telephoned from the lumber cami last night that the. boys had coti- qucred three miles of snow driftt l'io\ itn I tow II. '.Mi.s- . I'ec. ."I. <.\Pi Two weeks alter the Sllli- niarine S -4 s.ink off li'-re in coUis- s.ii /en. tJiiipii 'aiiire- I>i''-vailed. .«itlt a coasi Kiiaid deslroyi-r. •i: V vcsterd:ijy extended into tlu:* the "diver.s from the salvage ' fb-il 11+ ; -r •Mi,-'s;ssi(>!)i vaU'-v .ind siiiitli-I Were in a po<i;i<in today for tlie v.. r ^ralJ•s ^ tirst time to enter the tomb of the - •. eniperaiiiv-s well under th" officevs and men who went y-i •« liiark :.were reported:Ui^i niybt (i„\vn with tlie snlimeisilil-. Worries New York tes'iiy in tli- Ui.il of Haro' K. Sinclair a:!d Albert H. Kali. : .M'ter ht-ariiiK arguments oi» ibt r -~ :i;nlioii by liattle and District At-j New York. Dec. 21. (.\Pi lorn-y Hordon. who :iai<l the'gov-j ghost of an old revenue law rpse eniment was leady lo i)ro<-eed. Jus- today to cause some misgivings proceeding-!. ' Campbell .said that the raid on ;the .Morgan club had the approval The'of rmted States Xttorney Charles I, iv luihoii/ed the court it indianapolis. Milwaukee and south-'furnishing of glasses, cracked iceJ fromOen to fourteen feet deep, ar- pei^asion la-^ed a drlnfi < ; ^ " ' ''["niuinoi.. Villus. or finger tie. with knowledge they jVing at the lumber camp safe aud! and ginger ale. In appret ,,,, l:;.H-ktaMr and seize $1111..O0 oltrn 111 were lo be used iti consumption of j„ I of tlus the members sang •.is.piopei-..v.if I,.- per.si.sted m re- • ; ,,iq„or w«. grouiid for padlock f«ood spirits. Ho's a .lolly Good KeUow.' fusing to reiui-n from Humpe to Qld LaW • pnlceeding-! : The scouts went to their camp in ^.ai,unanin,o„sjy,^j^te<,- 3 ti.-iiiv in til.' Ij-i.il of HaD-i.^ K. Sin- nr. : XT_„, V^-I. I _ . ' ....... I tMne Tresf in the Sierras S:! mile.«- member of .'the eolf club *id ill Mje Rii.ky Mp'.intain secficii. .\ | The divers had comtdetcd liie -.P i;'i ''t tioar-lttilte. .Mont, had a read-' second aiid last iiiiinel under ili" iTii; of :54 below wliile Ca-i,er. Wyo.. hoai's hull .iliroimli which liliiim vi:e representative of that distric't , hains ai.- to be pass.d. v-iiii i; below. • T!ieir;eff)r!s yesterday lo finisli Many ."ilatesHit. tl„. i,,,,^. almost brought trasiedy 'ihe pakotas. Nebrask.i, Kansas'to one ic.aii and \iiver Tlionuis .Mid Missouri found t!ji- nierc.iry Kadi> had his second opportunity zei-o.. Snow filled cuts in this ' of, the salvage operations to res- .-irf'.i to delay traffic and threalcti cue ;i comi-aib- in distress. Air mail plane*; i bet ween -'•'•.ic.iRO and Dallas. ' doii.-'d schedul.-s d;U' , f n. iw.'ycsterila.v, AVhile from three ;<i '•even Miihes •cave-in. Miid buried him tO'.j'tbe | t,) he combined, li -.now fell in the tiorthykcst and waist- and he lost his air ^ic'se. i _._L_ p ;i ;i'. 'of the souiiiwest.: only. a , His felepboiie-fset had fallen ''rom i Mulit bfa"nket -ivas r..piirl(d i'. ' ai-oitiitl Iiis net k and he was iinnlde ; Oklaiioma ' and iiofthern' Texas. ^to comniiinicale his'plight to i li--' _'U-inperattiri s H. Ttittle. _ _ ,„ _ Tuttle said the dismantling; of li'.'esVdiloiis siw The hearing on B^^ what promisied to be Broad-'the clnb was carried out undei: He's motion and the contempt cita-1 way's mo.st expeniiive and wildest' section .1453 of the revi.sed .stat- tlon for Fcbmarv 27. Battle told j celebration of, a new year. • jtites. He added that he was con- i^ie court that as counsel had in i Cnder authority of this law pro-;vinced this .section authorized the formed Itlackmer .that the .ict un-jhibltion agents stripped Chez Hel- confiscation of property, li'-r which he was .summoned toiap pi'ar as a witness w.is unconstltu- tioi:.il that lie would not be pres- 1 eiit when caled as a government' wil^uss at the second tHal of FaP' and Sinclair set for .lanuary 16. J Dr. Ira Frantz and lola Scouts Visit Sce7ieofNewC^mp Ground t'lne Crest, in the Sierras :'.:! mile.«above Sonora. last week and expected to break camp last Thursday. Heavy snows in the Sierra.s cut t»tr communication with the camp jiUid when the boys failed to arrive .home a rescue party w.-is organ-: -iaed yesterday: Fifty men unriei Charles N'oack,- manager of the Pacific Oas & Electric company a l-Sonora, made a futile effort tr The'action today would permi'j , H''ll« -Men Wtirkliiir.- the pre.s<'nt ciyjtempt proceeding.' ( , ! Tex;, aban-j Kadie and C.. T. .Matto.\ were against Blackmer and the proposet'i Dr. Ira B. Frantz. Boy Scout j accomplish* d. Some work was don« to tos -ind workins on opjaisite sides of the , proceedings resulting from hit i Troop Commitft-emaJi. nis .son ani i on the sjjjlng and a number of • hull when .Mattox was caught in a failiiie to attend the second tri:ir>'lx lola Boy Scout.", members of [trees were cut down, by way of .the Christiaii Chtirch Troop No. pe. I making a clearing for the barrack.>t ;<lrove yesterday to the location of .which will be built later: but wor): 'the new- .Boy Scout camp grounds was called off rig]it after noon, i for this area to take part in a This site has befn donated to the i"eround breaking" program there, i Boy Scouts for ten yearn and iH The ?antp is located on the Cai»ble' said to be remarkably well adapted Ira Kelley's Car Is • Cause of Fire Run in thilt area wire tvners tiboard tlie mine sweeper | , „..., . . , low freezing] wit;' the prosiHC Falcon 17 lathoms almv. from The fire departnunt answered a farm. 2 miles east of Benedict. 4.'>;to the purpose. .'It has been ap- whlch'diving operations af coiv- to extinguish a fire In a Hud-; miles from lola. | proved ^by the National cominlttee, duett d I son sedan in front of ;thf M. * M. i wiiMhr loiitiiun file coM w;a ni. milf coa<t tJiie deatlt was I'eported. Ben• ijiiuin Biiiiili died of i-riposiin- near home .-it Tow send. M'ml- - Continued cold, wifh lileet or iriiniiniieil on Paife «, jXo, 1) Thirtv-flve Scouts from this areaiis on< 6lgh grouml. Is close to a - "id has upon Observers on tl.e Falun noted iL-rocerv last lilghl 'The vvjrlns on wpt" there altogether and the ,in-lflne stream of wa^r ah the- break in .Mattox's conimiiiiica-, tin- sedaji belfmging'to Ira D. Kel-1ti-iitinn had been to spend prac-'it an.excellent>pring.. Hon Kaille fought his way around | ley. was il-niiiiseil. : Defective wir-; liciilly' the entire day there work- It ,will be u^ed-for t; the hull lo where his fellow diver i ing caused the bla;ie. firemen do-Ung. The weather was .^o stormy, catnp of "the Boy Scouts of this area I, (runHuntHi vu Page «,V.>o. 2) cjared. however, that not much could he! (Cl«ntlnne4 «n F*tt* >o. 3> Soon after landmg H..i;ndbergh was escorted to the Polo cjub, and later to the golf club. At th^. golf club the jintbems' of (jreat Britain ^nd lb«{ L'niied States were played. Then tea was served and Lindbergh after much persuasion toirted a drlnK of gin appreciation For He a life member of.'the golf club ^d signer! the register of memb^s. •The Engli.sh charity organization I foi- war veterans elected Ahe Jlyer ' a jfrothblower. . , f LIndjr Up Early i The gobd-*Ul ambassatjor from the United States w-as tip early Uiis .morning after liavi^ -with- stjood all the festivities pranged in his honor the night lielore. One of the chief fetes was at i^he Nord Palace theater, where a ^la performance; wa.^ put on and Colonel Oklahoma City. Okla.. (AP»—Youth will be ibe defense ofVVelbv Hunt, confessed accomplice of William. Edward Hickman in the attempted robbery in which Ivy 'Thoms, Alhnmbra. Calif., druggist, was killed a year ago. it was announced here today by George L. Hunt, father of the boy. Huut said •n-idence .-will be introduced to prove that his son was only I."> years oid at the time. Los Angeles. Dec. .'51. <AP>-i- Poljce investigators conteit- trated on a new setirch" today for a w-oman thev believe w,-i'>i " implicated in the kidnaiiiiig; and slaying of Marian Paiker.: confessed by William K. Hii:k- man. ... Ixn.Angeles. Dtc. :;l. lAP)^^- Whlle police of Ix)s .-Vngeles continued their efforts to prove that ! Welby Hunt, young partner of William Edward Hickman. carrie<l that • partnership as far as cromplicity: in the kidnaping and slaying of .Marian Parker. 12 year old school girl, reports emanating from eastera points tended to jumble more than . ever the confusing angle.s- of tlie case. I Th«; con^ssion in ; Detroit i c.r .fames; EHr-worth. 2.'?. deciaring Hickman and -Hunt had beelu involved in a series of crime.s that included the enforced killing by EH.s'worth of an aged man near Cottonwood Falls. Kansa!>. was discredited by tire investigators here. They said that Hunt was in Los Angeles last summer at the time Ellsiwprth said - the killing took place.! The whereabouts of Hick- • mian at the time were not known. Dispatches from Kansa.s City reported that young Hunt had admitted to his mother that he had: "done some things that w-ere wrong."y' . Alhambra In .Spotlight In their attempts to pin on Hij partial blame for tli« death little .Marian, police today directed the spotlight of their search for ' facts on the little suburb of AI- hambra which has figured so much already In the ca.se. Deputies were searching for two men t;eported to have overheard Hickman and Hunt in close conference'two days before the Los Angeles high school girl yras kidnaped.' While these .Tngles beari^ig on Hunt were being ihreshedj out Hickman'.-* yotrthful lawyer. Jerome Walsh of Kansas City, denied he >had decided on an in.siiiiity defense for Hickman. He difclared- last night, that he had not yet decided on a defense for the "young confi-ssed slayer. w'alsh al.so .<!ald- that lie agreed . with," offl'ers in.tbeir <-ontentlon that hi.< client had not told everything that Iw knew. • He also said he did not believe that Hickman was alone in th<? Parker crime. Hickman, however, under instructions from Walsh ha?; stopped "talking." The county jailer was requested to .discontinue allowing interviews with Hickman, unt of 'snowdrifts on rough mountain trails, they hoped to reach the place today. Auto Licenses Are In Order in' lola Monday iVeach Pine Crest. Battling 14-foo»,j Llntlbergb w:las thp guest of the '' - I oovernor. Sir Johm A. Bijrdon. • jPrior to the beginiiing of ,the .second part of the progyam. the air man was conducted ? to the stage by the governor and the reception committee, it tvas then thiat Coloney Cran told M Lindberg's skill, and the m^iuier in which he found a safe" restii^ place for his jplane, whefe others wotild probably have failed. One "thing had particularly ai>- pealed to the (IW. and that was, where at \-a"rions'other places.he had e.xperiencn) difficnlt^ in landing without Injury, in frying to avoid the crowds, here 'at Belize there had been no such trouljle. . •-TVxiay's- pr(>gram Inclndjed a trip (fonflhoed on Pog» «, >o. 1} The county treastirer's office is .|;reparing for rush business inext week. Purcha.se of 1928 auto license tags are In order Monday morning. According to the statute. :a>l car owners are suppo.sed to purchase Jicenses Monday. However, ho 'arrests are usually made •for two or three weeks after January 1. A hea>T penalty may be assessed against lar owners failing to purcha.se 1H28 license tags. Cottonwood Falls Officers Doubt It Cottonwood FaHs. Kans.. ; Dec;. 31. (AP)—^Authorities todaj: reir opened an investigation oi th*' slaying of S. M. R<)wley of Alasoii City, iow-a. whose body'w-as founi near here September 12..;last. 1 The sheriff, however, was in[ ttlined to sxMut the theory that Rowly was the man named in ft purported murder i.-onfessioa obtained by Detroit'police froin a youth who said he was James Ellsworth. 23, of Xew- YorKy Ellsworth told the Deuolt ofti- cera that he shot an .iged farmer near here last summer when he was traveling with two .vnnths who introdticed themselves as WHliain Edward Hickman •and AV'elby Hiint. Ellsworth insisted tha; the youth known as Hunt force<I him to shoot the farmer so they could obtain bin automobile to-replaej^ their car which had broKen dowij. Rowley's body w-as found in weeds near a rflad from which jit had been dragged. Rowley, ifrlib was about 50 years,old. left Mai- fOR City to tour the soatliwest. |

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