The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 29, 1930 · Page 8
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•t AT mi t-CHaniiutioir Matches Held in Hutt Sl3_o6l Friday Afternoon. Ball STOCKS ARE HP. '/" r= Rampage On - Exchange - l Cau^s Rise. - !• ATTEHDA] ICE IS LARGE New York, March 29.—Wholesale speculation of the rise, which resembled the bull rampage that struck Will street lost week, yesterday broke all records for 1930 trading on the New York Stock Exchange and drove the price index for ninety issues up two and onerfifteenth points. Utility, rail, amusement "and specialty issues' were taken in blocks of from 1,000 to 10,000 shares. Total sales for the day aggregated 5,056,240 shares, the largest day's trading since De-j cember. STEPHEISON IS PAROLE ~h_T~ Prison Board Scores Lifer for Charges Against Dead Girl. i onp-FEUiOwa MEETING Important Session; ; ;t© j be , HCIII Monday Evening. - LABOR PREPARES TO FI6HT PARKER Will Oppose Anoointment of Judge to SeatSn the Highest Court.. Before a latge audience of students and patrons and visitors from other schools, four best spellers were Chosen yesterday to represent the goldsmith school in * the county spi -Jling match to be held at the high school'building on the eveninf ; of April 15. Fifteen girls and ' boys competed for honor. Karl Poster ;of the Jackson school was tlia . pronouncer for the senior contestants and Mrs. O. O. Carter cf Goldsmith and David N. Kemii teacher in the Goldsmith schools were judges. Miss Jettle Smith of the primary . department, of : the Goldsmith schools was tie pronouncer. for -the junior grous and judges were Mr. Kemp andpMiss Edna Jack-; _____ ' son of the.Prairie schools. | | Winners of \ihe senior group i '__,'. _. , r . „„ „ , 1 ^j,,^ _ {, . ^ Washington, March 29.—Presi- •were Edith Laite of the seventh! grade and Nell* Ja'ne Tyner of| dent William Green of the Amer- the sixth grade:: In the junior! lean, federation of • Labor an- group the winners were, Martha; nounced last night that the. or- Kleyla, thrid gHade and Junior Tobln of the fclirth grade. ] Probable, prefer, neice, evi dence. pursue £«d hostile were j ciated justice o£ the Supreme DENUNCIATION BITTER The Odd Fellows'Lodge will meet "in regular session Monday, evening and every member • is urged to he present as business of importances-is to come before the meeting. C. C. Crum, financial sfere-' tory announces this Is due night and members are asked to come prepared to care for 1 this .matter. There will be no work at this meeting. ..">-. Michigan City, Ind., March 29. D. C. Stephenson, Indiana's most noted life prisoner,- yester- Turned Over to Widow. _j_3__^j___j^^S^B They Bought $700,000,000 in Worthless, Securities Last Year. GUIDANCE IS -NEEDED CARTER'S] Services Sunday.! An appraisement of the personal property of the late Claude Pyke was filed in the office of the Indiana law this will be ings. DECISIONS ARE CITED ; ganization would oppose confir i mation of Judge John J. Parker "S "of. North Carolina to be an asso- the stumbling blocks for a number of those wlio went down irf the contest. '. | Most schools it the county have now held their:'elimination contests and have Representatives to court. After examination by. labor officials of Judge Parker's decisions as a> member of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, Mr. Green • said these showed "that he placd j eater the county match here the.i property rights above and super) IS. County Superintendent F. L. | ior t0 human rights." ] JIcReynolds, is hjrranging the de- Tne decision of Judge Parker ; tails for the coanty match and| in the Red jacket injunction case there is considerable , rivalry] was the target 0 f labor's criti- ] among the scbtols as to which j eignu In this decision, Green con- will turn isli the contestants j tended Judge Parker "approved I f» the district cratches to be held] - a _ in j Unc tion which virtually red- i at Kokomo. | duce"d"lhe condition of the miners !in- West Virginia to a point ap- ] proximating industrial servitude. WOX BY IJIXOX SCHOOL. BANDIT CAPTURED. . Fkke flan 'Failed to Scare Oil Station! Men. j" j Ciphering and Spelling Contest | Indianapolis. March 29. — A| Held at Clay School Friday, trick that failed to-work the Bee- j " 1.time put an alleged bandit be-j> • hind the bar of tie Marion county' ijsll early last njght. WET, DRY BATTLE day was denied a ninety-day-pa-! the county clerk Friday evening role by the pardon board of the; placing the value at $425. Under Indiana state prison here. A severe rebuke accompanied the turndown, the board asserting that Stephenson,'? attack in the parole petition on 1 the character of the girl he was convicted of .murdering, was "without a single fact worthy of consideration to sustain It." . The former grand dragon of the Ku Klux Klan, in asking tor temporary release, said, through an attorney, that he could prove that Miss Madge, Oberholtrer, Indianapolis girl for whose death he was held-responsible, had died as the result of illegal medical treat ment. ' Miss Oberholtrer swallowed S oison early in. 1925\ following er alleged abduction and mistreatment by Stephenson,, whe then was at the peak of his power as a political boss in Indiana. She died some time later.- Stephenson was convicted of second degree murder in • November, 1925, and sentenced to ..life imprison-! ment. A dying statement by the! girl comprised the most damaging evidence. ' . I Chicago, March 29.—Women spent $700,000,000 of the family pay roll on worthless .securities last year, Howard E. Reed, Pittsburgh financier, said yesterday. "It's the fault of husbands, turned over to J the widow with-1 sons, brothers and fathers who out any further court . proceed-j do not take time to. teach them ! sound finance," he said. I He did not venture to suggest 'how much women earn but said they spent 85 per cent of the national pay envelope, and last! year they siphoned $150^000,000 from the savings deposits accumulated the year before and bought themselves unsound investments and luxuries on the installment plan. "We need," he observed,' educate the American woman management of incomes." Looms in Indianapolis District With Entrance of Ira Holmes. Old Love Rekindled. ON A MOIST BODY ARRIVES. Funeral of Ralph V. Graff Will Be Hold as Planned. - Clinton White; 32 years old, ; 245 South Arseral avenue, made as "unsuccessful attempt to hold : an the Phoenix Oil and Refining i Company, filling' station at 601 : Kentucky avenue. White pre! teased to be ca Tying a revolver i la his sweater pocket, but was seised by station attendants when i» could not produce the weapon. .By this artifice, employed at the ssase filling stajlonJan. 22, he < okslned!$85, at-kn«anU told po- Mostly fair to- «^f*t sad Snniliiin no decided tstmicntare chaise; frost tonight jfa extreme southwest Indiana; j lowest here tonifftt 30 degrees. Students of the Dixon school taught by Miss Deloris Small won both the spelling bee and ciphering matches held at the Clay school taught by Miss Elizabeth Grishaw, ' Friday' afternoon. The" match was witnessed by a number of patrons and visitors. In the ciphering contest Clay was defeated by a 32-28 score. The spelling maches were di- divided into two groups, one for the smaller children and one for the higher grades. Little Jimmie Bobbie Miller of Dixon was the last 'one on the floor in the low­ er'group and John Meyer, and Bernice Miller both of Dixon were still on the floor when all of the Clay students had missed. The body of Ralph V. Graff killed by a charge of buckshot fired by T. W. Franks, guard of the Navarro county,' Texas, county farm, reached Frankfort Friday evenihg.'at 5:30 coming over the Monon from Indianapolis. The Ogle & Little ambulance went to that place and brought the body here where, it. was examined at "the undertaking- parlors by E. L. Webb of Kempton', county-coroner. The body showed seven buck shot, had entered the youth's''{lack-'on'the left side and below the shoulder. The wounds indicated, according to persons who saw them, that the. youth, was in an.upright position when the sliot which killed, him was i • • . . • fired. I Plans for the funeral as previously announced, will be carried o'ut, with the exception that it njrill be held at the West Street Christian church instead of at the Home. •• | ijhe body was taken to the home corner of Armstrong and Oak streets Saturday morning and will lie in state until the hour of the funeral, which will be a military one with Rev. H. R. Pearcy in charge. Burial will be in the. Sharpsville cemetery. Hom'er Alspaugh, who was. with the unfortunate youth when! J*e was killed at Corsicana, did not arrive with the body. HOPEWELL STUDY CLUB*. I . | Pltchin Dinner to Be Held at lEari VanBlbber-Home Monday* The Mothers Study Club of the I Hopewell community will hold a pitchln dinner at the home. ;ot Mr. and Mrs. Earl VanBibbar* Monday evening - and an: enjoyable t!lme is antlclplted.^Bvery,^raeBlr! be'r Is urged to,be present: An=in -l| TiUtion Is also extended to the*, public, to rtharein.'thls-event „ I 'Tbe prograx^^or>the ^eyenink has.hera arrificsa-hy tho n nts« l «>f Have New Hal ~ it^w4. Mrs lo>. race as A a 8 Indianapolis, March 29—Possibility that a wet and jdVy contest may be injected into the race for representative in Congress' from the Indianapolis district was forecast yesterday. Petitions were being circulated to obtain signatures asking Ira M. Holmes, attorney and former election -commissioner, to seek the Republican congressional nomination . on a modification platform. Mr. Holmes said he did not authorize the circulation of the petitions but that he-is considering making the modificationist. In the meanwhile Harry E. Yockey, attorney, -who ha9 served as chairman of the Republican speakers bureau in several elections in Marion county, was receiving encouragement to get into, the congressional contest. The only candidate that has filed so - far - for - the Republican congressional nomination is Arch ibald M. Hall, manufacturer and former member of .the state board of education,'who'was the -runner up for- the nomination two years ago: -.'...' On the Democratic side Repre-' sentative Louis Ludlow, up for renomination, is hot expected to have opposition. j Friday evening at the office of f |»JQX£X *ip i the county clerk Justice of the I Peace R. P. Rice united in mar! riage. Miss Dorothy Smith and Lee 6.. Pore both of this city. The ceremony was witnessed by several friends of the parties who accompanied them to the clerk's office. Mr. 'Pore is a son of the late Frank Pore of this city and is an industrious young man employed at the Tipton Furniture factory as an upholsterer. The bride is the daughter of the late John Smith locomotive engineer and one of the charming young women of this city. . Behind this marriage .is a story of love which refused to be extinguished. The" parties were married May 19, 1928 by the late Rev. George D. Foster and lived" together until the summer of 1929, when difficulties arose causing a separation and they were divorced in August 1929. The flame of love, however,'was rekindled and they decided to try it all over again, to the great delight of the many friends of both. They will- make their home in this city, Mr. Pore being a member of .the local guard company. 1 The members of the Wesleyan Methodist church; who are aXr ranging for a_ series of services, at the Sharpsville j Presbyterian church, announce that repairs on the furnace at the church have •been completed and that services will "be held there Siunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock 1 . The people of Sharpsville and | community and all others interested are urgT ed to attend the service. Tom Ballard of Kokomo, will preach and Rcscoej Coleman of Tipton will have charge of the singing. Going to Elwoo<l to Elwood inter-city Several members of the Tipton Business and Professional Women's club will go Sunday to attend an meeting of Business jand Professional Women's clubs of which the Elwood Business jand Professional Women's club will be host> !. ess. i Wesleyan Methodist'. There will be services Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Wesleyan Methodist jchurch on North Independence street which will be in charge, of Mrs. Leonard. Evening services at 7i:30 o'clock will be in charge of Alva Ballard. WON : sasvooo. Liverpool Girl Lucky In Historic Horse Race, Aintree, England, March "29.— Shaun "Collin, a ten-year-old veteran irom the "onld sod," galloped from obscurity to international fame yesterday by winning;! the grand 1 " national steeplechase, classic of the turf, in\s sensational finish. . , i A crowd variously estimated at from 400,000 to 600,000 wit-: nested ^he 91st running of one of the most picturesque: of all horse races, with • rousing finish to top It all oft. , \ One of It^^s^iest pfrsons in LtveiroolrisEmBy Rome, a shop girl, whose < eotton " exehsngs- swsspstafiM' f ;tiehit^ on;-IfeHeray^s Belle woB v her?seeoad pries,sf 5, T 000;pbfinss^?sterUi^Sf|SiO0^ M*f mpre;thanf«4l t «eo,ii"swefp^ •Ukes prises .will'be ^djj^r|bited •mpnglnekyst^U^ holders; rsport In ssttl HOG PRICES SLUMP. Drop of Twenty-five Cents Saturday—Cattle Unchanged. Indianapolis, Ind., March 29.— Receipts on hoes," 3,500; cattle, 100; calves, 300; sheep, 50. : Hog. prices early today at the local live stock market were 25c lower with weights of 1 160- to 250 pounds at $10.40 to $10.60; top price $10.65; the heavier kinds sold up to $10.15, under weights up to $10.50, and sows up to $9. Cattlf! were unchanged, calves steady at $14.00 down', and sheep and lambs were steady. Synthetic Jamaica dinger. Washington, March 29.—A drink ; of-crude carbolic acid, or creosote, and alcohol flavored with ginger and sold by unscrupulous bootleggers-as. Jamaica' ginger .was said by Prohibition Commissioner Doran yesterday to be the concoction that had caused hundreds of cases of -paralysis in Southern and Southwestern states. Charles Harris; of . Kokomo, son-in-law of the late F. J. Fralich, was here Friday attending to business matters and greeting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harris who have been .residing in Kokomo for some time are seriously considering removing back to Tipton., , xOndly Notice dnr Window iDisplay. Chicago, 111., March 29: — Receipts -on hogs, 7,500; carried over, 2;000; top price $10.50; there were 700 cattle! and 7,000 sheep. I Local Froacoe Market. (Moore & Moore) Butter — ._ _——i— S5c Eggs : ___ _.____i___'._L24c Local Gram Market. (Hobbs Grain Co.). No. 2 Soft Wheat Lz'___$ .98 Oats .36 New Corn, No. 4 yellow, per 100 lbsj — L -i. .45 : Indb-BspoUs Produce Market., Eggs—Indianapolis Jobbers of fer country shippers for strictly fresh stock delivered at Indiana- polls, loss off, 23c a dosen. Poultry—.Jobbers 'paying for fowls, *% pounds up, 23c; Leghorns, 21c; 1929 roasters, less than 4% pounds, 81c; i Leghorns, 17c; old roosters, 16c; ducks, 12c; geese,' full feathered, 9c; guineas, young, $• dosra; old, $4; turkey hen., young, 30c; old, 28c; toms, youns. SOc; old, 22c; squsbs, 11 lbs. to doten, $4.60; old pigeonc. 7ie a doten. Bnttar—Jobbers' selling priees for cresmsry butter, fresh firsU, No. 1, 44-45c a pound. Butter Fat — Indianapolis buy era are paying 39c a pound delivr ered st Indianapolis. ( " THOB and EAST Wife Savinff Service DOYOt KNOW THE OFFICERS 0? THIS BANK If you do not, we would greatly appreciate a call from you. We want to know you better and w» want you to know us better. We feel sure, if yon knew the friendly atmosphere of this bank, you would be glad to keep your account with HIS. Won't you come in and get acquainted?"' 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