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0 it 3 :. ' ', t 11 i gli) you rip las la II hi oo 1 0110111.1.1 45TH YEAR. NO. 291. - ,'t:T fr., ito tck. r, EET IS MAGNET FOR 200 MINERS Men Frofn Northwest, Alaska, Canada and London Convene. THEIR 33D YEAR President Goodsell Tells Wish to Guard Honest Alining. GOVERNOR IS LAUDED Hartley Sees Bright FutureB. CEngineer Is OptimisticBusy Program for Today. Is More than 200 delegates were In the Marie Antoinette room at the DILVOOOOrt at 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning when Charles H. Goodsell, president of the Northweet Mining association, officially opened the 83d annual convention of that organisation, Among the delegate' were men prominent in the mining indutry from Alaska.. British Columbia, Mon. Dna, Idaho, Washington, Oregon. California, Mexico and London, England. In his opening announcement, Mr. Goodsell veld, "For 33 years this association has been haing a yearly convention in this city, composed of a large number of member' from all parts of the United States, Mexico, Alaska and our :surrounding etates. We have representative' with us to day from all these sections. The prospector is Just as welcome as the presidents Or other officials of big mining concerns. "Our purpose is to dinettes the various problems of the mining Indus, try, the 'Meet methode of mining, 1 discoveries in geology, geophyloleal re' search, and the Weld eelentifici experiment in itriscting metals from ore. "Annther of our objects le to guard our industry. to protect the rights ef the prospector and the investor through legislation, and to prevent and expose the fraudulent promotion of mining stocks." Mayor Charles A. Fleming, on behalf of Spokane, welcomed the delegates!. James L. Stone, preeldent of the Spekane Chamber of Commerce, welearned the delegates on behalf of that body, Governor Weleomen Delegate.. Governor Holend H. Hartley, in wet.. ceMing the delegates to the state and city, said: L "This convention MORON much to i ?hie state, more Gain we are apt to think. Hidden in these hills surround! ing usthey call them mountains heck eastare precious metal, of all kinds. It Is up to us to get together and dig them out. It is your great privilege to intereet capital In bringing to the surface this untold wealth." . The governor told of an investment made recently by his chauffeur. "It wee a fortunate investment in mining stock and it promises to make him rather wealthy man. In fact, if I i find myself out of a job soon, I may t have to ask him to let me drive ' hie car for himand he knows I an drive." , Continuing, Governor Henley said le would be about the hotel all day, i. and I want each of you to come to ' roe and talk Miffing to me, and tell , me of your prospects and your Ind'- . vidual interests." As Governor Hertley was about to !ter (rem the 'peaking' platform. Mr, . Stone said: "Just a moment. governor. want :. to may that we hops you will be with us again next yearas governor." You nester:1 worry about that." Governor Hartley replied. "I am go,, log to do it." . B. O. Engineer gees Bright Foleta, A. G. Langley, provincial resident engineer of mining for British Columbia., in responding to the welcoming address, declared: ' "This is a most opportune time for discussing our industry. There are widespread developments on both sides of the international line, and outside capital is seeking to invest. 1 ' P N eople all over the orth AMONICUM . 'ontinent are beginning to realize the possibilities of our mineral stores ,' ,,in this part of the country." ' :1 In his response, C. B. Garfield said , 'his greeting was of a "sort of three"In-one affair." "First, I am an Alaskan sourdo'ugh, and all mining ince know what that means. Sec- End, I extend greetings from the Se- Nettle Mining club, of which I am Pee- !entry. Third, I extend greet in iris from the department of mines of the .l,nattle Chamber of Commerce." 1 Seattle Comellmrsill 01Seknne .. Spokane's growth, Mr, Garfield ',Paid, was based largely on success in the Trittillig industry, "and, con.:1trary to the old saying that 'more looney is put in mines than ever was i taken out,'" he continued, "your city de a vivid Illustration of the untruth'jluinings of that saying." r,1 George J. Young, LON Angeles, Cal., &termite briefly of the remarkable flanges in Millitile methods during the last few years. lie referred to . ldiscoveries in gcoloS0't g""Ph"lent ?timeareli and apparatus to aid the D trompeetor "in getting further be- 4,eath the surface," end the growth 0 pi metallurgical !science. ,.; Duey Primrose Today. -,4 Today is "Petroleum Day" on the Girogram of the convention. rive annetings are scheduled, two of which : !will be held in the Marie Antoinette i.notn, a luncheon floating in the Hall .,ept the Doges, a dinner meeting in the Gothic room and a rum exhibit of he Columbia basin irrigation project 0111 the Elizabethan room, all at the ravenport. LEAD ING JAPAN FLYER KILLED ukichl Gate Hunted to Death In Test Plight trash. A 1'OXY0, Feb. 20. (Q) (Wednesday) i-Dierntches from Nagasaki today held that Yukielit Goo, 20. Japan'a 'icading pilot for a trantmarific flight, tyas burned to death when he crashed In a test flight near Nagarraki. Lieu. tenant Okumura and Pilot Diehl uwa Isere seriously Injured. 'ME S SHE'S READY TO DIE AT 110 Woman's Laid Remark Indicates her Life W. Full. CHICAGO, Feb. 28. ) Mtn. Chala Vision, 110 years of age, Chicago's oldest resident, died tonight Just before she lost consciousness. Mrs. Vision said: "I am ready to die. Eighty years are enough for any one." Messina Woman Dies at 135. HAVANA, Feb. 28. (P)Senora Manuela &pint Vergara died today, age 135, at her home at Central Fidencia, Santa Clara. She was the founder of the Fidencia sugar mill. WOMAN, AGE 104, RIDES IN PLANE Mrs. Fenton Gives Self Treat Desired for Years. HAD FINE THRILL Sailed Across the Atlantic Nearly a Century Ago Hauled by Oxen. ktre Catherine Neaten. Jamestown. N V., who celebrated her Ittth birth . day on Januar," 10, took her finet air plane ride today and wrote a story. n0PYrlithled for the RI. Pctereborg, Fla,. Times and the Mann-fated Crean abing her Impressions of the experlonce, - Hy Catherine Fenton. T. PETERSBC110, Fla., Feb. 28.-- My lifelong ambition hal been gratified, and I am happy. oh, so happy. This afternoon I had the priwilege of taking an airplane trip with George Haldeman, the pilot who took Ruth Elder on her flight across the Atlantic, and venture to say, that Huth was no more thrilled or happier for her experience than I was this afternoon. When I celebrated my Ititth birthday recently, I told newspaper reporters that my ambition was to make a flight, and today Mrs, Evelyn Barton, founder of the Three-Quarter Century club of St.. Petersburg. told me she had arranged for Mr. Haldeman to take me up. I was as exulted as when I had my first sweetheart and could hardly wait to be bundled up In the automobile and bustled out to the flying field. earned Cexttek 111th Beg, Owing to an Injury to my knee. it is neceemary for me to go about on crutches. and I had to be helped Into the plane. When I was Inettle, I was very much 'surprised. The caSin was big enough for six people. We were very comfortable mi the wicker chnire and ,the interior was much as in the Inside of our family sedan. The motor wan emitted and the propeller began to hum. The tnovie men were climbing ell over the Mane and I wae errald we wouldn't net started. But we did. Off went the mane, bumping' down the field illgt like an automobile over a :ntted road. Then there wen a smooth place, It 11Pittne41. Out then I looked out, end realized It Wit NMOOth because we were already in the air. I watched the little arrow in the dial on the front of the plane climb higher and higher Am we want up. Mr. Haldeman wee driving with a wheel just like an automohile wheel and an there was a duplicate of It in front of the vacant seat alongside him I wanted to try It. but owing to my Injured leg t couldn't get up In front. The Butt of Mexico wan far below us and looking away out there to the west with nothing but water in sight I thought I could Imagine how Mr. Haldeman and Ruth Elder must have felt when they were out over the At 'anti with nothing but water about them. Recall. tide Behind Oxen. We salted about for a long time, but t enjoyed every minute of the time. W had gone perhaps 20 or 80 miles when I reflected on that long trip screen the Atlantic an a young girl from Scotland, where I was born, for it took our old calling ship about a month to make the trip, and of the ex cars In which we traveled overland to make our home in the wil demos. Changes have come, and even greater change. are coming In the future, The human race Is learning to use Be mind and It in not possible to foretell what will happen In the next 100 years. If one had predicted the flight I made this afternoon back when I was a girl they would have been burned am witchen or placed in the Insane aeylum. I confidently believe that aviation will become the accepted mode of travel in America. Rut the trip was wonderful. I could have stayed there all day and never gotten tired, but Mr. Haldeman had to gat back, so we started to the landing field. Softie the plane dropped down toward the earth And then we struck Ilia ground, jutit as easy, taxied around the field and came to a Mop. And the welcome we received. The People clapped their hands and called, "Smile, grandma, emile," aa if I wasn't grinning from ear to ear and having the time of my life. FIDDLE FAMILY IN REUNION 148 framed Old Intotrumento Heard In Great Forremb le. NEW YORK, Feb. 28. op)--The men.lry or the master violin makers or two and three centuries ago wan honored at the Metropolitan opera house tonight by a concert which brought together what was described as the lament ennemble or stringer Instruments heard in more than 200 years. The Rodman Wonatnaker collection or rare Italian violina, violas, cellos and double banana was played by the combined stringed Inetrument section or the Now York Philharmonic so-curdy and the Philadelphia orchestra, comprising 148 player.. Mrtentro Tulilsi Serafin, conductor of the Metropolitan, directed the ensemble, said to have been the birgest since the queen of Sweden gave a three-day fete In February, 1887, at Rome in honor of a vielting Ioh etniemary, when Arehangelo Cot,. ell! directed 180 stringed players. The inotruments played Included "the Swan," the last violin made by Stradlyartuk WEDNESDAY MORNING. WINOS OF CARIB BUFFET AIR KING Dirigible Los Angeles Beats Back Toward Jersey Haven. MOVES AT CRAWL Expects to Take 30 Hours to Reach Mast on Ship in Cuban Bay. MAY STAY A WHILE Lateral Cruises Over Island Republic in Discretion of Craft's Commander. By Anotoe feted Press. WASHINGTON, Feb. 22.--Bound for her home station at Lakehurst. N. the dirigible Los Angeles at 10 o'clock tonight was off Serbrana bank, 125 miles from France field. Panama Canal Zone, and about 100 miles emit Of Point& Gorda, Honduras. No other details were given in a metsage received by the navy depart. merit. Shoving off from her temporary mooring mast at France field, Panama, at 10:16 o'clock this morning after a 12-hour rest from her nonstop flight from Lakehurst, N. J., she buffeted the winds that yesterday Increased her speed southward. Return Trip Mow. Although her flight down to the Isthmus required but 40 hours, Lieutenant Commander C. E. Rosendahl Informed the navy department today that it would require about 80 hours for the Lou Angeles to reach Guacanayabo, Cuba, where the naval aircraft tender Patoka is anchored. The distance from France field to Guacanayabo hay is about 154 and it was indicated that Commander Itosendahl does not expect hie craft to average more than 25 miles an hour on this leg of the flight. "I's the prevailing trade winds at this time of the year are from the northeast over the Caribbean, the dirigible was headed more toward the eamt and it may be that she will pass over the British-posseesed island of Jamaica, which she cleared yesterday by a scant three miles. The Los Angeles is scheduled to reach the Patoka about noon tomorrow, according to her commander. After taking on fuel, stile may make a few lateral excursions over Cuba before undertaking the longer voyage of about 1500 mike to her hangar at Lakehurst. Assistant Secretary Warner said the crafts commander has authority to take the air-chip where he sees fit. Crew Sleep Aboard tittle. PRANCE FIELD, Canal Zone, Feb. 28. (PtThe Los Angeles sailed at 10.15 a. IN today on her return voyage. The Los Angeles reached here last night and was moored with the crew Bleeping aboard in readiness for a quick start. This morning, after swinging slowly over Panama City and the canal zone, she headed directly for Guacanayabo bay, Cuba. Those who stood in the streets, colorful with the decorations of a recent carnival, and watched the silver ship as it Feared lazily in the eit y, thought of another day not long ago when America's good Avill ambassador, Colonel Charles Lindbergh, in his Spirit of St- Louie, swept over the city in long swift circles. Here were two inspiring examples of mane victory over air. Lieutenant Commander E. C. Rosendahl, in command of the dirigible, exp d gratification over the success of the flight His airship had acted bravely In all aorta of weather and the test thus far had given satisfaction. Major General William EL Graves and members of his staff Inspected the Loa Angeles and, together with other high officials of the army and navy and a great crowd, cheered the aeronauts on their way. VESUVIUS WAKES UP AGAIN Bat It's Only Ordinary Beninese Omen. Prinz fler Eminence. NAPLES. Italy, Feb. 8L 64:9Th traditional "white plumes" of Mount Vesuvilia again are drifting lazily aernsa the bay of Naples. The historic volcano once more has entered the active eruptive stage and mannes of lava are being launched from the central crater at brief In. tervals interspersed with streamers of acidulous gaseous clouds. In the villages around the mountain light rumblings are heard, sometimes strong enough to make windows rattle. Professor Ma Iladra, director of the Vesuvian obaervatory, said that the preeent activity merely marks a re. currence of the volcano's movements without danger for the hamlets that cluster on the hillsides. ROADS "SQUEEZE COAL DRY" Get Maximum of Effielene7 Out of Fuel for liaT. WASHINGTON. Feb. 21. (A')For every LI ounces of coal fed to their locomotives during 1927 Clage one railroads of the country hauled an average of one ton of freight and equipment one mile. The figure is claimed as a record for that claes of railroads by the American Railway aseociation, which today 'laid that not since 1918 when computations began, had the roads attained an average as low an the 131 pounds of fuel required last year to haul 1000 tons of freight one mile with locomotive and tender. PADEREWSKI PLAYS FOB, NUNS Gives Special Piano Recital in Itio Private Car, MitsINDAPOLIS, Feb. 111. (.d,)--Ten Cat hello nuns, whose vows prevent them from hearing him In public concerts, heard Dimwit Jan Padeeewtho pianist, Ift R private recital today. Departing from a schedule that keeps him in condition for a strenuous concert tour, the famous tiDyear-old pianist arose three hours earlier than usual today to play for the nuns in his private ear bare, 0 1K F. HIDDEN ASSASSIN SLAYS UNION MEN Pair Shot in Revenge for Agaty Death, Police Think. By Axone kited Prose, WILKES BARRE, Pa-. Fob. IL. Alex Campbell of Pittston, leader of the United Mine Workers faction at No. 6 colliery of the Pennsylvania Coal company, and Peter Reilly, treasurer of the local, were slain late today at Pittston. The men were shot from ambush by unidentified persona. Their deaths make four murders committed in the last six weeks with mine workers or their officials as victitne Campbell, cheek welkhman at No. 6 colliery and a former international board member of the United Mine Workers, had vigorously opposed the contract mining system In vogue in the Pittston district and at the same time had been at odds with the district administration of the union. He was an official at the colliery, three of whose union representatives, including the president, Samuel Bonita, visited district subbeadquarters on February 16 and went into a conference with Frank Agaty, a district organizer, during which Agaty was shot and killed. Bonita and two companions, Steve Mendota and Adam Moleski, are in the Luzerne county jail, charged with the murder of Agaty. Campbell, whose faction had undertaken to raise funds to defend the trio, visited them in the county Jail this afternoon. lie was on his way in an automobile to his home In Pittston after the jail conference, when he was slain. The double slaying is believed to be in retaliation for the killing of Agaty. GIRL DANGLES FROM PLANE Alert Pilot Lands on One Wheel end Saves Her Lite. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 25. (A')An 18-year-old girl's ambition to set a new world record for a parachute jump was prevented from ending in tragedy here today by her quick-thinking pilot, who brought hie ship from an altitude of 15.000 feet to a landing on one wheel and a wing tip while the lass dangled from the undercarriage. Jeanne Durand, the girl, went aloft with Dr. R. L. Ellis of Minneapolis. Minn. At 15,000 feet she went over the side, but her parachute caught on the plane and she dangled In midair, tin. able to climb hack to the wing or to release herself. Ellis, realizing her plight, headed for the field while the crowd below stood helpless and horror-stricken. Coming down to the field, Ellis tipped his machine over to one side, but the girl was dragged 200 feet before the plane came to a halt. Miss Durand was UnOOMMIOUS when taken into an ambulance, but regained OOMMIOUXIIOad en route to the hospital. Examination Showed her hurts to be a sprained wrist and bruises. AIR MAIL REACRES FAR -- Irraneeto-fiontb America Service Clete Under Way. MARSEILLES, France. Feb. 28. OF) Mr mall service from France to South America wan inaugurated thla morning with the departure of a large mall plane piloted by Naval Lieutenant Perin, who left the Berre Pond seaplane bens here for Bt. Louie, Senegal. From the bane at St. Louie the mall will be cent by fact boat to Natal, Brasil, and thence by plane to Rio Janeiro and Buenos Airs& R El El OEM SIZINN J FEBRUARY 29, 1928. Nothing like a high hat to invite snowballs HOOVER WOOS 'EM IN MAIL Letters From West to Fast to Final Him Campaign. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 28. Opening of a "write home" campaign to aid the prospects of Herbert Hoover for obtaining the republican presidential nomination in eactern states was announced here today by Marshall Hale, chairman of Hoover force. in northern California. The object will be to have former residente of eastern states, at present In California, write to their eaatern friends, urging them to work for Ijloover. Former resident, or Ohio will be especially solicited. Hale said the campaign was already under way in southern California. The cam. paign will be carried on largely through state societies. HARRIS $30,000 SHORT, U1 S. AVERS Banker Given Hearing at HospitalHeld for Grand Jury. Shortage in the accounts of J. C. (Doc) Harris, former trust officer of the Exchange National bank, Is alleged to be $30,0D0, according to District Attorney Roy C. Fox, who swore to the warrant for his arrest on a charge of embezzling funds from a nations, bank. Harris Is now under federal guard In the Deaconess hospital, where he Is recovering from injuries suffered In an auto accident shortly after the alleged shortage was found in his de. partment. His bond was get at $25.- 000 by U. S. Commissioner John Dirks following a hearing In the hospital room In which Harris was bound over to the federal grand jury. The warrant wee sworn to by Attorney Fox at the request of Sam Mitchell of the bonding company and the state bank examiners who feared that Mr. Harris might escape. At first It was believed the alleged shortage was around $17,000 but later Check. log has almost doubled that amount. TACOMA AUTOIST KILLS BOY Driver Paid to Have Demme teconvicious at Time of Accident. , TACOMA, Feb. 26. (43)With a re. puted unconscious driver at the wheel, an automobile fatally iniered Frank Maar, 12, this afternoon when it crushed the youth and the bicycle on which he was riding against a parked automobile. The boy died an hour after the accident. Charles Ruch:nen, 26, driver of the car causing the accident, was taken to a local hospital before he regained consciousness. William Kindergan, riding In the ,,ar with Heckman averred he did not know what caused the accident. Heckman, on regaining consciousness, declared that he did not know that he had struck the boy. Police be. Hove that Heckman suffered some kind of a seizure just before the at. tack. QUAKE TRIES ITS VOICE Boar Like Ex n101.1011 Accompanies Last of Seven Shakes. BAKERSFIELD. Cal, Feb. 28. W A series of earthquakes shook ail flsids on the outskirte of this city tonight shortly after 7 o'clock. One of the tremors was accompanied by a roar resembling an explosion. The severest shocks were felt in Oildale and Oil Center, two oil communities about three miles north of this city. Reports from those communities said there were eight or nine shocks. The shocks began with the rattling of door. and increased like a violent windstorm. The quake area apparently was north of here, extending through Bast Bakersfield and aa far east as Eallson. . - DIES UPON CRAVE OF WIFE; SUICIDE C. F. Schoonmacher, Realty Man, Was Despondent. C. F. Schoonmacher, age 58, a Spokane realty dealer, was found dead on the grave of his wife at Fairmount cemetery yesterday afternoon.. The sheriff and coroner telleve he was despondent over the death of his wife, financial affairs and pending litigation and drank poison. Schoonmacher remarked to persons at the cemetery earlier in the day that he walked to the cemetery but would ride on the return trip, according to information given Deputy Sheriff R. T, Deveraux. A note in his pocket asked that A. E. Stewart, who runs the apartment at W2219 Broadway, where he lived, be notified. Deputy Sheriff Deveraux and Alex Turnbull found a bottle near the body which had a taste of poison in it. The coroner will make further investigation of the death. Mr. Schoonmacher was to appear at Colfax this week in connection with litigation. He had maintained an office at 811 Hyde building. lie had met with financial reverses and the death of his wife preyed on his mind. according to friends. Mrs. Schoonmacher died in June, 1928. The body was removed to Turnbull's. A daughter, Leontine, resided with her father. Another daughter, Mrs. A. J. Beman, resides at Everett. A stepson, Herman ,Larson, resides at Hussar, Alberts. MAGNATE IS EXPERT COOK - Joseph Leiter Publishes Hie Own Book of Recipes. CHICAGO, Feb. 28. (.9)--Pots and pane play an important part in the private life of Joseph Leiter, multimillionaire merchant, broker and so. cial leader, it was revealed today when his friends received copies of his new book, "Famous Old Recipes," as prepared and cooked by the author. 1ir. Leiter's bobby, he made known, Is cooking, and his privately pub. lished cook book contains the recipes he has used in making the Leiter table famous on two continents. "Every time I catne across a rare dish anywhere In the world," he said, "I got a full recipe and filled It.. This enabled me to study it with a view to embodying parts of it in other dishes I prepared myself." Mr. Leiter is the brother of the countess of Suffolk and Burke. $1,639,740.26 Total Offers in 1 Day's Classified A typical issue of The Spokes. man-Review, January 22, 1928, contained 762 offers in which the amount Involved wan mentioned. The amounts ranged from i cents for a hatching egg to I13t),60o for a 1960-acre farm. The aggregate for those ads only In which price was mentioned came to 81,829,- 740.26. The average offer was 2i 61.89. Classified advertisers closely check results. They know post. tively whither or not their Want Ad. pay. In 1627 The Spokesman-Review printed 167.643 classified ads, or more elessified advertising than all other Spokane newspapers combined. This volume of classified In connection with the amount of cash Involved In the average offer proves the Spokes. man.Review's tremendous pulling power. E PRICE FIVE CENTS A. I. COTTON BANK EXAMINER Eattern Wit idling-tan Man Named to Succeed Jenks. OLYMPIA, Fob. 2S. (R)Appointment of A. J. Cotton an state bank examiner, to succeed C. E. Jenks, who renigned to become vice president and manager of the Japanese Commercial bank of Seattle. was announced today by Ii. C. Johnson. aupervi,or of banking. 1r. Cotton WWI formerly a bank-or in eastern Washington and later became liquidator for the banking department, liquidating banks at Leavenworth, Pasco and Kennewick.- Johnson said. TO UNSCRAMBLE EASTERN ROADS Van Sweringens Are in Move for Complete Realignment. TO SHIFT LOREE Fifth Trunk Line System Not PlannedMorgans in the New Deal. By Aeeoelated Proms. NEW YORK', Feb. 28.The. New York Herald Tribune tomorrow will sa' that the Van Sweringen brothers, with the support of J. P. Morgan & Co., the First National bank and the New York Central and Baltimore & Ohio biliroad symtems, have ammumetl leaderehip in a move to effect a new alignment on the eastern railroad ole The plan under consideration, the paper will say, is to offer L. Et Loree the chairmanship of the Nickel Plate Which, if accepted, is expected automatically to bring about a discontinuance of his aetivity for bringing together the Lehigh Valley, the Delaware &-Iludson and the Wabash railroads to form a fifth trunk line 'system. The new eamtern trunk line Plan as indicated, the Herald Tribune NVI II say, would allocate the Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh, the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, half of the Virginian and half of the Lehigh to the New York Central. The Pennsylvania system would get the Norfolk & Western; to the Cheeapeake & Ohio would go the Erie and the Pere Marquette, while the Reading and the Central railroad of New Jersey would be awarded to the Baltimore & Ohio. The Wheeling & Lake Erie, Pitteburgh & West Virginia and the Vi ;astern Maryland would be divided among the four eastern trunk linee, thus eliminating, the Paper will "ay' the reported plane of the Tap lin interests to hook up those roads in a seaboard-to-the-tireat Lakes fact freight route. BELMONT KIDS NEED MONEY Not More Than I$000 Mark Year for School and Support. NEW YORK, Feb. 29. (43)Increames In the annual allowances to the four children of the late August Belmont Jr., who left an testate of 928.082,000 when he died In 1919, were granted In eurrogate court today to cover costs of their education and support. The increases give August Belmont 3d and Alice D. Belmont not more than 'son and Barbara C. Belmont end Cecilia Belmont not more than 91000. The children are cared for under the will of their grandfather, August 13elmont, who left shares in his residuary estate to each of the children and the income from a $50,- 000 trust fund to August Belmont 3d until he is 25, when he is to get the principal. FATHER'S GIRLS "ON STRLICE" Five of Them Walk Out of Howie When He Tried Force. NEW YORK, Feb. 20. 43)--A father reported to pollee today that hia five daughters, ranging from 10 to 19 years In age, organized a "walkout" Sunday night after he had attempted to discipline one of them, and since have not been seen by their family. James Tuscan, an ice dealer, said that when he tried to stimulate his daughter, Josephine, 12, to greater activity with her studies her slaters, Rose. 19; Margaret, 15; Frances, 14, and Antoinette, 10, objected and the five left home together. FAMOUS MODEL IS BRIM Dorothy Jamee Smart Married to New York Publieher. SCARSDALE, N. Y., Feb. 28. (jP)--.- Mini Dorothy James Smart, internationally known artists' model, was married today to Edward Lyman Dill, New York publisher. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Eugene Francis Verdery III., of Soaredale and Augusta. Ga., is said to have been more often photographed and painted than any other American woman. She was selected last year by Jean Patou of Paris an one of four American dress models to go to Paris. SEEK WRIGHT PLANE RETURN Franklin Inatitnie Official. Make Overtures to Inventor. PHILADELPHIA, Peb. 28. An at. fort to induce Orville Wright to replace the original 1903 Wright airplane in the scientific and technological 11111801.1111 of the Franklin institute here was made today by officials of the institute. Because of a COntrOVerrly with the Smithsonian institutten in Washington, Alr. Wright has announced that he had sent the biplane to the science museum in South Kensington, London, with the stipulation that it could be withdrawn at any time. TRAIN ROBBERY RECORDS LOST Railroad's Piles of First Hold-14, INTO, Disappear. RENO, Nev., Feb. H. (421--The Southern Pacific company has lost ilk files on the first train robbery on its 1 roads, which is said also to have been the first train robbery in the United Htates. The robbery occurred near Verdi, 10 miles from Reno, on November 5, 1810, and the company ham sent an agent to the courthotme at Reno to copy the old court record 1 and evidence to make them part of lite own records. SPOKANE, WASH. MAYOR LANDES PULLS THROUGH Edwards Chosen to Run Against Her Next Month. LED BY OVER 3000 Three City Councilmen Beat Out Field of 10 Other Aspirants. KENNEDY SURE OF J03 Ex-Mayer Brown Fell ()00 Votcs Behind the LeaderTacoma Primary Conclusive. - Ity Anneelated Preen. SEATTLE. Feb. 28Mayor Bertha K. Landes Wan renominated and Frank Edwards wan eleeted as her opponent for the Beattie mayoralty election March 13, in the primarieti here today. Mrs. Landes led by about 3000, while ;Awards eliminated For., tiler Mayor Edwin J. Brown by a like number of votes. Six other condidaten were far behind. With all precincts reported tonight the vote stood Landes, 28.711: Edwards, 25,488; Brown, 22.792. Philip Tindall, with 9252, watt 61460 ahead of NV. T. Christennon. ()there were around 1000 or under, Three city councilmen running for renomination and reelection stood well above 10 other aspirants!. The councilmen polled: Oliver T. Erickson, 42,113; Otto A. Case, 39,260; E. L. Blaine, 38,632. They will be oPPosyd by E. Shorrock, 29,219: Ralph D. Ntonols, 22,159; F. J. Lauhe, 19,74)9. T. J. L. Kennedy vas unoppoeed for corporation counsel. Vote fletn p,, lipeord. The vote net a ticw reword for Seattle primaries. 9I,S62 be being cast, compared to the previoue high two years ago of 81,700. The next beet mark was 79.392 in 1920. A sunny day and active campaigning in the wide Bchd of candid:Lt. were credited with betting the new mark. Municipal political observers generally interpreted the primary ant pointing toward the defeat of Landes ae mayor. It Wilfi believed thia a large part of the vote going to Brown would switch to Edwards is the final election. . Reunite, in Tneunta. TACOMA, Feb. 28. CAExcept for school directors and bond issues, which will be voted upon in two weeks, Tacoma's primary election today might well have been the final. For the two more important contented posts, city commismioner and city controller, C. 11. Votaw and Russell Peterson, respectively, obtained a majority of the votes cast and arc elected without further contest. Votaw resigned as county engineer to meta the race. Peterson is incumbent. WOULD MAKE DIVORCE EASIER German iteleita-tng Jai-leis, Committee Crams Changing Laost. Feb. 28. (R).--Ileconimendations making divorces compelatively easy in Germany are containcd In a report of the reichstag judiciat committee which has proposed tain changes in the present laws. Among the committee's proposals I. one that a divorce should be granted if relations are so strained that continuance of Married life can not be expected and if the parties have lived apart an entire year before suit it brought. Another proposal would grant a divorce where the parties have lived apart by mutual agreement for five years while a third is that a divorce be granted when one of the 8;arties suffers from a hopeless mental de. rangement. The national and center parties have expressed strong objections to the recommendations. but it is expected that the judicial committee's program will be submitted in the form of a bill .at this or the next relchstag. POLICE RAM MOVIE ROUSE Prevent "Woman Only" Ithewling of Film at St. LeafsST. LOUIS, Fsh. (.115)---Pullte stopped the ehowing of "Pitfalls of Passion." a motion picture, at a theater here today, The film was confisoated and held and five men and one woman were arrested. Three hundred WOMen had just settled themselves to view the "women only" presentation of the film when the raid occurred. The theater man-Baer, machine operator, doorman. electrielan, an usher and a docLor who had been delivering a lecture on sex eubjects, were released In 8200 ball each, after they were charged with publishing and digtributIng objectionable literature COOLIDGE TO GIVE MEDAL - will rr.ent Collier Trophy March 10 to C. L. Lawrence. WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. C4r)--The Collier trophy award, which this year goes to Charles L. Lawrence for Pioneering work In the development of the air-cooled radial engine for airplanes. will be presented by President Coolidge March 10. The National Aeronautic association core. pleted its arrangement for the ceremony today. Lawrence designed the orleinet model of the engines need by Lind. bergh. Byrd. Chamberlin. Maitland and a number of other famous pilots. $500000 TO TAFT SCHOOL Edward Harkness Makes Gift to Connecticut bnititatiow. NEW 'YORK, Feb. 28. up)--a sill of 8500.000 to the Taft school or Watertown, Conn., by Edward Harkness, philanthropist was announoed tonight by the committee in chums of a eampalyn for $3,000,- 000 tund tor new buildings and ea. dowinent et the achoaL, 1 WEET IS r, FOE! ; - Men Frot Alaska, 1 , Londor THEIR . lent I President to 1 , I AA GOVERN() Hartley Sees B Engineer Is Prograr I , More than 2( 9 the Marie An Davenport at 9 morning When president of the eociation arid annual convent' tion, Among tip prominent in t from Alaska. Di 0 term, Idaho, Wm ifornia, Mexico In his openin Goodsell veld, sociation has b convention in t, a large number parts of the V Alaska and ow We have reprea 1 day from all the pector is Just as Mann or other log concerns. "Our purpoee ions problems I , tri, the inteet 1 discoveries in ge earch, end the periment in x ore. 'Another of o our industry. t of the prospect through logien end expose the of mining stock Mayor Charlei half of Spokane getee. James L. to Spokane Chamb, earned the deleg body, Governer WI t Governor Roin t ' eOtTling the dele, !city, maid: . "This ,Onren, p ?hie state, more I think. Hidden in i log eathey et totrit eantere I kinds. It Is up and dig them i privilege to Inte tog to the surfac , The governor made recently was a fortunate stook and it Pt s rather wealtt t find myself out , cave to ask 11 ale car for hi an drive." . Continuing, G , le would be ab, t, and I want ea, me and talk ml me of your pro, vidual interests. As Governor ) !ter from the ol . Stone said: Just a mome ). to say that we I us again next y You needn't Governor Hartle , ' tog to do It." . N. O. Engineer A. G. Lang engineer of mini eta, in respondi address. declare 'N ' "This is a mo II disowning our widespread de, aides of the in ; eutside capital , People all over , continent are I;:the possibilities ,' .in this part of I In his reopen' his greeting wa .-' inOrkei affair." r. -..1.,. Alaskan gourd 1 Men know whi end. I extend K attle Mining clu I et:4'r) Third, from the depart .lthattle Chambet 1 Seattle Com .1 Spokane's gt ;:eald, wan beige, in the mining .1trary to the o, '..Intoney is put in , an .,, , taken out,'" he li a vivid Munn 11 ',1111tietes of that J r,1 George J. You .I.Ptooke briefly flanges in mil 41 he last few YI . ,liscoveries On .?omeareli and il fOrospeet or "in 4-,,,tatil the moth, 0 illi metallurglea I ,.: Busy Pr I Today le "Pe 4program of il annetings are cc I.. !will be hold in , ttooM, a Itincheo '...spf the Doges, a 0.140, GOthle room al ;the Columbia hi ,, in the Elizabet ravenport, 111 LEAD I ING JAP - i ninehl Gotta li Ta g ll Vile rip- 4 TOEYO, Feb. n II 4-Dlepotchen fi I he old that Yuki, ieading pilot foi .....,.0 teas burned to d in a teat flight tenant Okeintit ATHE srok zrzzAwr Rif., V 11 Ew. r 45TH YEAR. NO. 291. - WEDNESDAY .10RNINCI. FEBRUARY 29, 1928. PRICE FIVE CENTS SPOKANE, WASH. , cNE..I SHE'S READY TO DIE AT 110 . A. I. COTTON BANK EICAMIWER Woman's Lamet Remark Indicates her willos oF cARIB Enatern Wasthiniston Man Named to mAyoR LAND Life Wail Full. , . Sueseeed Jenks. MINERS BUFFET AIR KING CHICAGO, Feb. 28. 1,9)-Mrs. Cha la 0.10 OLYMPIA, Fob. 28. toP)-Appoint- v.ton, 110 years of age, Chicago's oldest resident. died tonight Just before she lost consciousness, Mrs. t. 11-n:,k4.).,Vs , , s ' N 1. -'el' ,,o, ,, ,,s . ,,,.-, go ment of A. J. Cotton as state bank examiner, to succeed C. E. Jenks, who remigned to become vice presi- PULLS TH y y us Vision said: "I am ready to die. dont and manager of the Japanese Eightearn fe enough f Commercial bank of Seattle. was an- ug or any t --'' , ,, N e a , one." . 11 flounced today by II. C. Johnson. au- na Woman Diem at 135. . N ,,--4,,,,., lorthwest. HAVANA, Feb. 28. (Pl-Senora Man- Dirigible Los Angeles . g:41,A v ptrvior of banking, --.-N - a IV ss "3Ir. Cotton fig formerly a bank- Edwards Cho 144.ss a an . e . --------' 4 or in eastern Washington and later - uela Sepint Vergara died today, age - . '... , . ; - . et ladd 135, at her hom n e at Central Fidecia, Santa Clara. She was the founder of Beats Back Toward . ,.. --10 . -. - became liquidator for the banking Run Againsi the Fidencia sugar mill. Jersey Haven. department, liquidating banks at )nvene. Itst E - ':.-s'' 0 .-------------4113.1 Leavenworth, Pasco and Kennewick,- z:- r Ro ' k N. ..... .,.......-, ,r Johnson said. Next Monl ) YEAR WOMAN, AGE 104 , ,.. ---;-..ey.,,,,,,1 i ' I, tirk . MOVES V E S AT CRAWL (3'&(.........4. ,,,-71:,,lotr: - ---41.------- To UNSCRAMBLE LED BY OVE RIDES IN PLANE 0 I Pi, ,--'2-- dsell Tells Expects to Take 30 Hours to 0 .... N ,,- ) .. l - .,,, , ,o v EASTERN ROADS Three City Council -d I lonest , Reach Mast on Ship in k 1 110 Vt,,Sv:,,.',, " , 0 -,k 1, , t N al , Out Field of 10 g.. Mrs. Fenton Gives Cuban Bay. SA t1 Van Swenngens Are in Aspirants. - Self Treat Desired - 1 411". ... I. . 'N. s . - .., , it, Al 0 .1 . Koor ,i,f (0 i .0 , ,if rff----------- t ) , Move for Complete 3 LAUDED for Years. MAY STAY A W 4 HILE , V 4, i ' , Ir. k NI 1. , Realignment KENNEDY SURF . , , Am. ki s' - . , 4,' ,k yemajd 4; -Wei' '''''sk4 1 v-' sii. . t 5) 4 , 1-,,) FutureB. C. Lateral Cruises Over Island sw4,1---151orti A 7.41411:vim, ,v .IZz4..0 ', , Ex-Nlayor Brown Fell nistieBusy HAD FINE THRILL Republic in Detion of . iscr . fok.11.glktliSlitis. - -.-W -la .eltith14 1 -. s:;' k-'--1-1 ' - TO SHIFT LOREE Behind the Leadcr Today. Craft's Commander. --'4 I-- ' k Primary Comity ---- , s,,e4rip ,k,,..., . , ---- ... .,.,.. . r.i 0 ,,ilksek---4111. - b , - ,- .egy .... 0 --, .. .-,--- -, --,-, Sailed Across the Atlantic By Aniodated Prem. -- - ,------ -'"'" , - k,oksc. - - ', Fifth Trun k Li S ne ystem Br Amoselated Pr . egatee were In , WASHINGTON, Feb. 23.-Bound ,,,,,htO ......-- te room at the Nearly a entury - o-ak ..,..iiesAs C Ago-- for her home station at Lakehurst. 4,,er- ..."-. W -, Not PlannedMorgans SEATTLE. Feb. 2811 .-1 clock yesterday ---. es H. Goodsell, Hauled b y . Oxen N. J., the dirigible Los Angeles at 10 ,,,,koess ' - K. Landes W a I renom o'clock tonight was off Berbrana wemt Mining as- bank, 325 miles from France fleld. Vol ----...... , a in the New Deal. Frank Edwards wan melt no Fenton. V0-..11111P. . opponent for the Seattle opened the 83d Panama Canal Zone, and about 200 that organ - miles east of Pointe Gorda, Honduras. - --s election Alarch 13, in th Columbia. Mon- rine Fenten. PilinellOWIS tr .e14 "tee were men NUT ath:elobrated her 161th birth: No other details were given Irk a ,...ollib. ( e B I Aemaciated Fromc . here today. Mrs. Landes 1 ining indutry (1.y on Jon. re 10, took her (Inn air. metsage received by the navy depart. "-sesse. -de tit, ...,. . i:,t -, 1- 0, NEW YORK' . , f, Feb. 28.-The. New 3000 while Isld de war elim plane ride today and wrote a 'tor,. . ,' on, Oregon. Cal- eoryrirete maw.Shoving d for the Ht. Peterehora. ..,- ----orir, A . , Fla,. Times and the Amorlated Frees. off from her temporary ,- , .scao- - EV A ,---,,, - -o''' , York )Herald VTribune itomorrow hwill tnistie.irearyt ,s,,rf Evelowt4in .L8111xresc ondon, England alting her Impressions of the expert- mooring mast at France field Pan- .'-'....----''.. 0 .. , , - the contort of J. P. Morgan & dat ea:, tat the an Swerngen broters, touncement, Mr. ,,,,,.,, ' ' 0 ama, at 10:16 o'clock this morning ess'''.. with ee were far behind. ...-- ...0, .., 1( 41i-'-a01Z; .,' 8 after a 12-hour reet from her non- (c),,,h.10 ,,ii.,:111:01,.ad y Centra nt oN,,,:the,,,,,,l an:: d Ba hk,:nek ltimo la, :u ,,a,t,re & l the' w B e, th,,M,' lythm,,all .tos,r,e,de s I ni,s,ateoniriee,p, aing a yearly ly ottl esi 0 years this as- Now, I .,-.1' - , a... 1111, 01, ,.., ,...) a York atop flight from Lakehurst, N. J., she ards, 25,488; rown, 2 PEE R 2 .."asaelk-s;lee, e'etbe'reeles gessele.41e- -'-' se ''''We' .1'.-- s 'Is-S- ty, composed of ST. TSBURG, Fla., Feb. 28.- buffeted the winds that yesterday In ooes.,,,;',. seees ate,. stit41,,,,, .- I - - ' 1 ledership in a move to effect a new Tin w dall, ith 9252, wee 61 embers from all My lifelong ambition hal been grati- southward Ow-- . creaeed her speed . ,t.: ..fri-1"-Pieos' .40.- - 0 alignment on the eastern railroad W. T. Christeneon. Slates, Mettle, fled, and I ant happy, oh, co hetOPV e i .-essi,,,,,, - ...- ..-- " 4toll,",...' male. around 1000 or under, sounding atates. This afternoon I had the prisailege Return Trip Mow. os stW4teee''' ........eite teAis - , sestes -' -.70,,,e4p , The plan under consideration, the Three city councilmen yes with us to- of taking an airplane trip with Although her flight down to the enree,ses , diens. The pros- George Haldeman, the pilot who took Isthmus required but 40 hours, Lieu- a 40' L., paper will say, le to offer L. N. Loree renomination and reele, the chairmanehip of the Nickel Plate well above 10 other aspi ems as the pros- Ruth Eider on her flight across the tenant Commander C. E. Resendahl T-LN ale of big min- Atlantic, and I'll venture to say, that which, if accepted, is expected auto- councilmen polled: Oliver Informed the navy department today , matically to bring about a diaoontim- 42,413; Otto A. Case, 3I Ruth was no more thrilled or happier that it would require about BO hours alnico of his activity for bringing to- Blaine, 28,632. They will diseuss the var. for her experience than I was this ,,,,,. ,,,. ,..., A,,,... ,,, ,,,,,,, ,-:,,,, gethee the 1.ehltrh VnIIPV the Dela- - e, -,, t e,, n,... I uw'"a '" an '"Jury '" .3. a."- . " scent three miles. ......-- .....---- -----....... timers & Ohio. I erally interpreted the primary a's ' Spekane Chamber of Commerce, wet- Is neceemary for me to go about The object will ba to have former The Lee Angeles is scheduled to Pair Shot in Revenge C. F. Schoonmacher, The Wheeling & Lake Erie, Pito!. i pointing toward the defeat of 711r. earned the delegates on behalf of that on crutches. and I had to be helped - '..., residents; of eastern states, at pees- 9 reach the Patoka about noon tomor- burgh & West Virginia and the Landes as; mayor. It Willi believed that body, , into the plane. When I was inetde, ent in California, write to their Governor Weleomes Delegating. I was very much eurprised The caet- row, according to her commander. for Agaty Death, ern friends, urging them to work for leoover. Former residents or Ohio Realty Man, W iTestern Maryland would be divided as a large part of the vote going to . in was big for six people. After taking on fuel, he may make . - a few lateral excursions over Cuba Meng the four eastern trunk limns, Brown would switch to Edwards is Governor Rolend H, Hartley, in wet. cab g enough V '- thus eliminating, the Paper Will may, the final election, ' 3 ' noming the deleg wicker chnirs and ,the interior was ates to the state and We were very comfortable on n tne before undertaking the longer voy- Police Tha ampaign was already under said the ink. will be especially solicited. Hale Despondent. the reported plans of the Taplin a Remains l 'Diemen. c ! city, maid: ago of about 1500 miles to her ban- way In southern California. The cam- ainteseraesbtosartdo-too-tohke kroeuadafacin much as in the inside of our family T fact In Feb. 28. (MIExcept for "his eonvention n tn icene teth to sedan. gar at Lakehurst. Assistant Secre- , palgn will be carried on largely .------ freight route. school directors and bond Issues, ! this state, more than we are apt to The motor wan etneted and the tary Warner said the c corn- raft's co- through state societies. which will be voted upon in two , think. Hidden In thew hills surround- propeller beican to hum. The !movie mender has authority to take the air- By Atmociated Press. C. F. Schoonmacher, age 58, a Spo. -utipreatht"Lae BELMONT KIDS NEED MONEY wee". Tacoma's primary election ! ing usthey tail them mountains men wore clinthine sill over the plane Alsip where he sees fit. ' WILKES BARRE, Pa., Fob. 111.1ARRIS $on nno kane realty dealer, was found dead today might well have been the final. heck eantare precious metal. of all and I wee afraid we wouldn't net kinds. It is up to us to get together started, But we did. Off went the Crew Sleep Aboard Mille Alex Campbell of Pittston, leader on the grave of hie wife at Fairmount Not More Than 18000 Each a Year For the two more Important contested and dig them out. is Is your great piens, bumpina. down the field Piet FRANCE FIELD. Canal Zone, Fob. of the United Mine Workers faction cemetery yesterday afternoon. The for School and Support. posts, city commismioner and city con- troller, C. 11. Votaw and Russell Pe- privilege to intereet capital In bring- like an automobile over a :tined 28. (MIThe Los Angeles galled at at No. 6 colliery of the Penneyl. 1)1JUU sheriff and coroner believe he was NEW YORK, Feb. U. 013)Increames tenon, respectively, obtained a ma. mg to the surface this untold wealth." road. Then there was a smooth 10m vania Coal company, and Peter .15 a. m., today on her return voy- despondent over the death of his wife, in the annual allowances to the four L The governor told of an Investment place, it seemed. But then I looked age. financial affairs and pending litiga- children of the late August Belmont jority of the votes cast and are ' made recently by his chauffeur. It "-- out, and realized it was emooth be. The Los Angeles reached here last Reilly, treasurer of the local, were I U. S. non and drank poison. Jr., who left an mutate of $28.082,000 elected without further contest. I was a fortunate investment in mining Mine We were already in the ale. night sad was moored with the crew slain late today at Pittston. Schoonmacher remarked to persons when he died in 1919, were granted In Votaw resigned as county engineer to The men were shot from ambush at the cemetery earlier in the day surrogate court today to cover costs meta the race. Peterson is incum- I stock and it promises to Make him I watehod the little arrow in the sleeping aboard in readiness for a a rather wealthy man. In fact, if I dial on the front of the plane climb quick start. This morning, after by unidentified persons. Their deaths . that he walked to the cemetery but of their education and support. bent. rind myself out of a job soon, I may higher and higher se we went up. Mr. swinging slowly over Panama City make four murders committed in the would ride on the return trip. accord- The increases give August Belmont I t. hays to ask him to let me drive Haldeman was driving with a wheel and the canal zone, she headed di- lent six weeks with mine workers ing to information given Deputy Sher- 3d and Alice D. Belmont not more WOULD MAKE DIVORCE EASIER , , his ear for himand he knows I just like an automoldle wheel and reetly for Guaeanayabo bay, Cuba. or their officials as victims. Banker Given Hearing t. T. Deyeraux. A note in his ' than 18000 and Barbara C. Belmont pitoteklet asked that A. E. Stewart, who I . --- and Cecilia Belmont not more than Lermag iteleitetag Judielal Committee , c Louis, swept over the the district administration of the an delve." as there was a duplicate of it In Those who stood in the streets, r. said front of the vacant seat alongside colorful with the decorations of a Campbell, check weighman at No. Continuing, Governor Ber 6 colliery and a former international , le would be about the hotel all day. him I wanted to try it. but owing to recent carnival. and watehed the sill., board member of the United Mine d I want each of you to come to ttly Injured leg I couldn't get up in ver A 'an me and talk mining to me, and tell front. ship as it soared lazily in the sky. Workers, had vigorously opposed thought of another day not long ago the contract mining system In vogue me of your prospects end your indi- The Gulf of Mexico Wee far below when America's good will ansbassa- in the Pittston district and at the Mita' interests." us and looking away out there to dor, Colonel Charles Lindbergh, in same time had been at odds with , t. ter from the streakers' platform. Mr. sight I thought I could Imagine how city in long swift circles. Here were union. Mr. Schoonmacher was to appear at principal at HospitalHeld for Grand Jury. , runs the apartment at W22i9 Broad- way. where he lived, be notified. Deputy Sheriff Deveraux and Alex nbull found a bottle near the body which had a taste of poison in it. The coroner will make further investiga- tion of the death. 61000. The children are cared for under the will of their grandfather, August 13elmont, who left shares in his residuary estate to oath acts of the children and the Income from a ;50,- 000 trust fund to August Belmont 3d until he is 25, when he is to get the . Urizen Changing Lees. BERLING, Feb. 28, (R)---Hecorn- mendations making divorces compel- atively easy in Germany are contaltud in a r report of the reichstag J11(11(711'1 committee which has proposed cer- As Governor Hartley was about to the west with nothing hut water in his Spirit of S tam changes in the present laws. . s Colfax this week in connection with 9 Among the committee's proposals , Stone said: Mr, Haldeman and Ruth Elder Must two Inspiring examples of man's vie. He was an official at the colliery, Shortage in the accounts of D C. "Just a moment. governor. want have felt when they were out over tory over air. three of whose uniou representatives, (Doc) Harris, former trust officer of litigation. He had maintained an of- le one that a divorce should be grant- STRIKE" C ' to say that we hope you will be with the Atlantic' with nothing but water Lieutenant Commander E Rosen. including the eresident, Samuel Boni. the Exchange National bank. Is al. Bee at 811 Hyde building. He had FATHER'S GIRLS "ON ed if relations are so strained that met with financial reverses and the continuance of Married life can not is again next yearas governor." about them. . dahl, in command or the dirigible, ta, visited district subheadquarters leged to be $30,0D0. according to Dig- exp d gratification over the sue. on February 16 and went into a con. trict Attorney Roy C. Fox, who swore death of his wife preyed on his mind. Five of Them Walk Out of liOnee be expected and if the parties have - You needn't worry about that," Ttp,s,"e nide nchind oxen. cm of the flight. His airship had a according to friends. Wiliest He Tried Force. lived apart an entire year before suit Governor Hartley replied. "I am go. ference with Frank Agaty, a district to the warrant for his arrest on Mrs. Schoonmacher died in June, NEW YORK, Feb. 28. (M)A father it brought. f I time, acted bravely i II t f We sailed about or a long me, ac e rave y n a see 11 o weather organizer, during which Agaty was charge of embezzling funds from a . ' tag to do It." but enjoyed every minute of the and the test thus far had given sat's. 1926. The body was removed to Turn. reported Another proposal would grant a di- to police today that his five shot and killed. nations, bank. bull's. daughters. ranging from 10 to Is vorce where the parties have lived '. B. O. Engineer Sees Bright Putetese time. W had gone perhaps 20 or 80 faction. A. G. Langley, provincial resident miles when I reflected on that long Major General William S. Graves Bonita. and two companions, Steve Harris is now under federal guard . A daughter, Leontine, resided with years in age, organized a "walkout" apart by mutual agreement for five engineer of mining for British Colum- trip !wrong the Atlantic as a young and members of his staff inspected Mendota and Adam Moleaki, are in in the Deaconess hospital, where he her father. Another daughter, Mrs. Sunday night after he had attempted years while a third is that a divorce hie, in respondin to the welcoming girl from Scotland, where I was born, coon y jail, charged is recovering from injuries suffered t the Los Angeles and together with A- J. Boman, resides at Everete A to b d discipline one of them, and since e granted when en one of the parties g 'N - address, declared; for it took our old sailing ship about other hi ' th e L uzerne high officials of the army and with the murder of Agaty. In an auto accident shortly after the stepson, Herman Larson, resides at navy and a great crowd, cheered the Campbell, whose faction had un- alleged shortage was found in his de. Hussar, Alberta- have not been seen by their family. suffers from a hopeless mental de. discussing our industry. There are e cars in which we traveled over- dertaken to raise funds to defend partment His bond was set at 225- . It aeronauts on their way. James Tuscan, an ice dealer, said rangement. that when he tried to stimulate his The national and center parties widespread developments on both land to make our home in the wit- , x the trio, visited them In the county 000 by U. S. Commissioner John Dirks MAGNATE IS EXPERT COOK daughter, Josephine, 12, to greater have expressed strong objections to aides of the international line, and demos. VESUVIUS WAKES UP AGAIN Jell this afternoon. Ite was on his following a hearing in the hospital -- to w d v activity with her studies her slistere, the recommendations. but it is ex- wily in an au m obi le to his home room in which Harris as bound over Joseph Leiter Publishes tile Own Rome 19; Margaret, 15; Frances, 14, ported that the judicial committee's "Thu capital Is seeking to invest- Changes have come, and even But It's Only Ordinary Bushmen teem- In Pittston after the jail conference, to the federal grand jury. Book of Recipes. and Antoinette, 10, objected and the Program will be submitted in the l! ; People all over the North American greater changes are coming in the toeing Hee Eminence. when he was slain. The warrant was sworn to by At. F1 e 'ontinent are beginning to realize future, The human race Is learning e:the possibilities of our mineral stores to tete its mind and It in not possible NAPLES, ,Italy, Feb. M. (AnThe . The double slaying is believed to torney Fox at the request of Sam - , be in retaliation for the killing of Mitchell of the bonding company and pans - CHICAGO Feb 28 LelPots and five left home together. ean play an important part in the form of a bill ,at this or the next reichstag. 'il., -- '',.in this part of the country." to foretell what will happen in the traditional 'white plumes" of Mount , Vesuvius again are drifting lazily ngatli the state bank examiners who feared private life of Joseph Leiter, multi- FAMOUS MODEL IS BRIDE millionaire mer , broker and so. chant ' i :1 In his response, C. B. Garfield said next 100 years. that Mr. Harris might escape. At first POLICE RAID MOVIE ROUSE If one had predicted the flight across the bay of Naples. cial leader. it was revealed today , this greeting was of a "sort of three- it was believed the alleged shortage Dorothy Janice Smart Married to New '-''1 " "El t I am an made this afternoon back when I was The historic volcano once more has GIRL DANGLES FROM PLANE I.,,, .. ,,, n.one affair. re , when his friends received copies of was around 617,000 but later check- Vork Publieber. Prevent oWoman emir ithowiag of , have been burned entered the active eruptive stage and his new book, "Famous Old Recipes," Film at at. Louis. ., il. Alaskan sourdo'ugh, and all mining I girl they would One Wheel and log has almost doubled that amount. SCARSDALE, N. Y., Feb. 28. telni witches or pieced in the insane matinee of lava are being launched Alert Pilot Land. on a men know what that means. Bee- ell t; prepared and cooked by the au. from the central crater at brief in. Saves Her Life Mien Dorothy James Stuart, interne, ST. LOUIS, Feb. 28. (IP)---Police end. I extend greetings from the He. amylum. I confidently believe trait thee. TAMMA AUTOIST KILLS BOY tonally known artists' model, was stopped the showing of "Pitfalls of married today to Edward Lyman Bill Paession." a motion picture, at a. the- n 11, ted tervals interspersed with streamers S Nettle mining club, of which I am pee. aviation will become the aocep T. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 28. Zdr. Leiter's bobby, he made known, 1 of acidulous gaseous clouds. In the eilnAn 18-year-old girl's ambition , lettery. Third, I extend greeting." mode of travel in America. is cooking, and his privately pub. Driver Us id o see creme ,ncon- II d Del 8 I t H 11 V New York publisher. ater here today, The film was con. villages ages carotin the mountain II ht But the trip was wonderful. I could g to set a new world record for a lished cook book contains the recipes from the department of mines of the aelous at Time of Accident. he has used in making the Leiter The bride, daughter of Mrs. Eugene fiscatod and held and five men and have stayed there all day and never rumblings ere heard, sometimes parachute jump was prevented from , y'eattle Chamber of Commerce." gotten tired, but Mr. Haldeman had strong enough to make windows ending in tragedy here today by her , TACOMA, Feb, 28. eiceWith a re. table famous on two continents. Verd HI f Francis ery ., o Soaredale One woman were arrested. 1 Seattle Compliments lipekene. to get hack, so we started to the rattle- quick-thinking pilot, who brought his pitted unconscious driver at the wheel, "Every time I came across a rare and Augusta. Ga., is said to have Three hundred women had just set- ..1 Spokane's growth, Br, Garfield landing field. Professor Manacles's. director of the ship from an altitude of 15,000 feet an automobile fatally injured Frank dish anywhere in the world," he been more often photographed and ' tied themselves to view the "women Vesuvian Observatory, said that the to a landing on one wheel and a wing Maar, 12, this afternoon when it painted than any other American I only" presentation of the film when , paid, was based largely on success Softly the plane dropped down to- said, "I got a full recipe and filled . Alin the mirth's 1 "and, d the earth end then we struck g in, ustry, an , oon- war e ear A present activity merely marks a re. tip while the lass dangled from the crushed the youth and the bicycle on it. This enabled me to study it with woman. she was selected last year the raid occurred. The theater man. :etrary to the old saying that 'more the gronnd, just as easy, ouree nee of the volcano's movements te undercarriage. which he was riding against a parked .. tatted view to embodying parts of it in by Jean Patou of Paris as one of rigor, machine operator, doorman. ':411oney le eat In mines than ever Was around the field and came to a stop. without danger for the hamlets that Jeanne Durand, the girl, went aloft automobile. The boy died an hour other dishes I prepared myself." four American drew! models to go electrician, an usher and a doctor cluster on the hillsides. after the accident. to Paris. who had been delivering a lecture an ... etaken out,'" he continued, "your city And the welcome we received. The with Dr. IL L. Ellis of Minneapolis. Leiter is the brother of the Mr. Charles Ruck:nen, 26, driver of the on sex subjects, were released in 11 'in a vivid illustration of the untruth- People clapped their hands and called, Aulneris of that saying," "Smile, grandma, smile," as if I ROADS "SQUEEZE COAL DRY" r ;' 1, George J. Young, Los Angeles. Cal., wasn't grinning from ear to ear and .. Poke briefly of the remarkable !teeing the time of my life. ellenes in mining methods during Get Maximum of Bffieleney Out of Fuel for Me. Minn. At 15,000 feet she went over the aide, but her parachute caught on the causing the accident, was taken countess of Suffolk and Burke. SEEK WRIGHT PLANE RETURN 1200 ball each, after they were apulaienetaandelismh to release h e dangled in midair, un- b back to the wing or herself. car to a local hospital before he regained charged with publiehing and die. consciousness. William Kindergan, riding In the ear with Ruckman averred he did not Franklin laaticute Officials make tributing objectionable literature. Overtures to inventor. $1,639,740.26 Total PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 28. An ef. COOLEDGE TO GIVE MEDAL the last few years. lie referred to FIDDLE FAMILY IN REUNION WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. (A')For Ellis, realizing her plight, heeded - ' know what caused the on regaining conaccident. . lciiseoveries in geelogY geophysical esiewl every 11.1 ounces of coal fed to their for the field while the crowd below Huckman fort to induce Orville Wright to re. , otelousnems, Offers in 1 Day's' , place the original 1003 Wright air. Will Present Collier Trophy Merck - '?,,aaa.i.,..1, and 148 Famed Old Instrumente Heard locomotives during 1927 chute one stood helpless d h t I k apparatus to aid the pless an horror-stricken. r e en. , declared that he did not know that plane in the scientific and techno- 10 to C. L. Lawrence- fereepector "in getting m g further be- in Great Eneeble. railroads of the country hauled an coming down to the field, Ellis he had struck the boy. Police be. Classified logical mueeurn of the Franklin in- WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. 1401The 'csath the surface," end R the growth NEW YOK, Feb. 28. (.The average of one ton of freight and tipped his machine over to one side. hove that Ruckman suffered some e I ilit metallurgical !science. men.,try of the master violin makers equipment one mile. but the girl Was dragged 200 feet kind of a seizure just before the at. stitute here was made today by offi. Collier trophy award, which this g of two and three centuries ago was The figure is claimed as a rec-ord before the plane came to a hale te4ik. honored at t Metropolitan opera for that class of railroads by the Miss Durand was unconscious when ) Ilinos Program Today. he A typical issue of The Spokes. dale of the institute. Because of a year goes to Charles L. LaW renoe for g man-Review, January 22, 1928, controversy with the Smithsonian in. pioneering work in the development , -.I Today is "Petroleum Bay" on the house tonight b which y a concert w I c American Railway association, which taken Into an ambulance but re- ' QUAKE TRIES ITS VOICE contained 762 offers in which the stitution in Washington, Mr. Wright of the air-cooled radial engine for m , . (progra of the convention. Five brought together what was described today said that not since 1918 , w h en gained COnsCininineed en route to the amount involved was mentioned. has announced that lie had sent the airplanes, will be presented by Pre.- . eneetings are scheduled, two of which as the largest ensemble of stringed computations began, had the d roa it hospital. Examination showed her nette Like Ephoebes A Pe The amounts ranged from 8 cents biplane to the science museum in ident Coolidge March 10. The Na- x m . . will be held in the Marie Antoinette instruments heard in more than 200 attained an average as low al th - e hurts to be a sprained wrist and stles for a hatching egg to 1186,600 for South Kensington, London, with the Bonet Aeronautic association corn. t , room . , a luncheon meeting in the Hall years. 131 pounds of fuel required last year Last of Seven Shake's. a 1950-acre farm. The aggregate stipulation that It could be withdrawn Meted its arrangements for the cere- bruises. .ef the D ,,, ogee, a dinner meeting in the The Rodnian Wftnatnaker collection to haul 1000 tons of freight one mile BAKERSFIELD. Cal., Feb. 28. (M) for those ads only In which price at any time. mony today. Gothic room and a film exhibit of of rare Italian violins, violas, cellos with locomotive a . and tender. A series of earthquakes shook 'oil was mentioned come to 61,639,- Lawrence designed the original 'the Columbia basin Irrigation project and double basses was played by the AIR MAIL REACKES FAR ('aids on the outskirts of this city 740.26. The average offer was TRAIN ROBBERY RECORDS LOST model of the engines used by Lind. ..., in the Elizabethan room, all at the combined stringed instrument section PADEREWSKI PLAYS FOR NUNS - tonight shortly after 7 o'clock. One 82151.89. bergle Byrd, Chamberlin. Maitland Davenport G , of the Now York Philharmonic so- Pellet...to-Mouth America Service of the tremors was accompanied by Classified advertisers closely Railroad's Files of First Holid.ra, and a number of other famous pilots. 1 Gets Under Way, eletY and the Philadelphia orchestra, elel ' ' LEADING JAPAN FLYER KILLED ra, Gives Special Piano Recital ist His a roar resembling an explosion. check results. They know post. comprising 148 players. Private Car. The severest shocks were felt in tively whether or not their Want MARSEILLES, France, Feb. 28. 01,1 MO, Disappear. RENO, Nev., Feb. 28. (MOThe 000.000 TO TAFT SCHOOL Maestro Tullio Serafin, conductor MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. HI. DP)Ten Air mail service from France to Olidele and Oil Center, two oil cont. Ads pay. In 1927 The Spokesman- Southern Pacific co b 1 company as lost its - tekich mite to Death l Goto lid you in Teat of the Metropolitan, directed the en- Catholics nuns, whose vows prevent South America wee inaugurated this munities about three miles north of noview printed 267.643 classified files on the first train rob robbery on its Edward Harkness Makes Gift to Coe- .. flight Crash. 'rip" 4 1' Swink), said to have been the lure- them from hearing him in public morning with the departure of a this city. Reports from those coin- . ads, or more eleselfied advertising roads, which Is said also to him; neeticut buttitutien. OnYO, Feb, 20. (M) (Wednesda) y eat el re the piloted by Naval munities said there were eight or ' a n le queen of Sweden alive concerts. heard lanace Jan Paderew- large mail Plane P g t I than all other Spokane newspa. been the first train robbery in the NEW YORE, Feb. 28. (.40)--A gill n is 4-Plettetchos from NH . gamaki today a three-day fete in February, 1687, ski, the Onniett in a Private recital Lieutenant Perot, who left the Berre nine shocks. The shocks began with pees combined. This volume of United States. The robbery occurred of $500,000 to the Taft school hoot of 11 hi Paid that Yukielil (into, It, Japan'm at Rome in I on f base hare for St Louis the rattling of door. and increased I s or o a visiting Init. today. Departing from a schedule Pond seaplane b . , ra g I sed classified in connection with the near 'Verdi, 10 miles front Reno, on Watertown, Conn., by Edward e, 'leading pilot for a trailmerino flight, lah emissary, when Are keeps For- that kee s him in condition for a Senegal. From the base at St. like a violent windstorm. amount of cash involved in the November 5, 1870, and the company Harkness, philanthropist, was an- .,,,...,..! Seas burned to death when he ern 1 le d III directed 160 1 ill b b f h et e stringed players. strenuous concert tour, the famous Louie the ma 1 w e sent y act The quake area apparently was average offer proves the Spokes- has sent an agent to the courthouse nounoed tonight by the committee in in a teat flight n ' ear Nagasaki. Lieu. The instrument a played included til-Year-old Pianist arose three hours boat to Natal, Brasil, and thence by north of here, extending through man-Reviewe tremendous pulling at Reno to copy the old court record charge of a campaign for a 112,00, tenant Okumura and Pilot Litchi "the Swan," the last violin made by earlier than usual today to Play for plane to Rio Janeiro and Buenos East Bakersfield and as far east as power. 1 and evidence to make them part of 000 fund for new buildings and els. oott littera were seriously injured. Stradivarius. 'the nuns In his priests OAr bore. Aire& Edison. , . - lite own records. doWnient of the school" its i poosogJ I , ' . , . 1 e, A . i

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