The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on September 18, 1926 · 1
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Sljrje COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE mmx FLORIDA'S MOST IMPORTANT NEWSPAPER VOL 16 NO 297 HERALD TELEPHOAR S3125 MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 18 1926 TOESTY-SIX PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE A £ A I ¥ 1 r - V' i A y k sca i rr ? r v sthe Hurricane Centering Near Nassau Has 150 Miles An Hour Speed DAMAGE THERE IS HEAYY Considerable Craft Is Reported Sunk By Gale In Turk's Gland Harbor h SHIPS HERE SAFE Warning Posted At Noon Give Ample Time To Prepare For Emergency KAMI stood on the fringe of a rushing gale at an early hour this morning as the edge of a hurricane centering close to Nassau swept through the city and up the eat coat of Florida as far as Jupler Wire were reported down trees twisted to the ground In some localities and other damage noted as the tropical storm got well under way at midnight Little damage was done In the j Miami harbor due to the fact that ship owners and captains acting on form warnings Issued early In the day by Richard W Grar local meteorologist Tad made fat their craft keeplng then within the slips at the i K j I i Although freah winds were re-j Arrangements w ere completed to orded here throughout eterday extend Halifax and Indian rivers sDernoon the gale did not actively I hoat Kau Page 1 s'art until after lft p m when the! Dr F A Hathiway urged obtaln-harometer In the office of Mr Giy j ment of right-of-wav in Palm Beach j ran to dop Although it showed j teady but almost imperceptible j I k i lied bv stab wounds hv bandits during an ex-i change of shots with their pursuers' e"H E storm center which la r- j Page 2 The report adds- A porter to be travelirg at about si i State pardon board adjourned after chief of police ha iued mile an hour was located near Nas- hearing nearly 2fl0 requests for clem- j r ° U °" nats n state I 1 n r XfirAln n haps k& eau late last night Damage in that euy rage 2 Vicinity radio messages Indicated SPORT w h ?- Lat yterday after- Borotra defe‘ated V tnnie Richard on the atorm had paed Turk n he of the national ein- j Island where property damage aa1 enormous Associated Pree dls-1 Patches showed Several large light- j -4'S and small native craft were torn f'om their mooring and sunk in the i harbor Miami shippers last night j11 their semi-final matches in the j reported that there were no ee)j cm equipment from this city the Turks Iland harbor j The hurricane so far has followed j practically the same path as the one j JUwhieh caused damage along the east-j via n Florida coast last July Mr j teGays charts showed last night It ( sjeenter I traveling wet by norweft j t bthe path beng expected to shift to £f4ue north or northeast as It nears the pnrMa coast j Earliest definite Indication of the pjth of the storm a It a pprcac hd p F'orida seaboard wa given yes- t-r day morning when Mr iav re- cetved Information from tn I nlted j feate Weather Bureau headquarters Washington that 'precaution! should be taken against destructive! Jnd Friday night and Saturdav rt-nmg from Juplr to Miami ” At 1 northeast sto-m warning ithin time rdered up from Jupiter light to I I IF'RTLT before that time the cen - ter of the hurriiin had been ln- -ed in lAfttude 2 jorh and longl- :e 74 went the lwin'R being of hirrlcane frre nwr the center JTO ith the leuance of storm warnings irom Washington Mr Gray Issued fche following warning to shirpers £ ThREPARATlDNS for the storm be-i r I gan here at noon yesterday' with rt’ lithe hoisting of storm warning at - fctlie Municipal docks bv Mr Gray jL " A ting on information from the fVnited States weather bureau head-quarters In Washington and on ob-’ Saervations taken here signals were isted on rr 2 Municipal docks 4ard warnings were sent to shippers j - The warning told mariners of the im-$pending northeas? storm which ma-tterialized late in the day Immediately after the warning had been broadcast craft both pleasure gnd commercial with few' exceptions ihihich were not in safe comparatively tjcalm slips were moved to safety be-ore high winds had started All ships now in the harbor under d rection of Saunders & Mader gents we’-e transferred to the slip between Fier 8 and Pier 3 Municipal I v L e‘ i ducks early y esterdav sf t noon from l j- pcnnular and 0xdntl dock !This group included the motor ves- ! of June a ltd Pawnee and uXirv ffhi’onr Mysiery J All x snip lying at that 1cm k put in the a'n Lp aso including th ' ted 5’aes coat guard t u’ter Iw -xrdi other The auxilary sihoorei sdun-oe heJongirg 5 jpp’y Gorrpany vikii wa tied ling TIG ll FOR 4lTtM L HALIFAX N S Sept 17 (Pv — The American lug Tlavnead with a lake to the Bans na tea mer in tow reported iht morn- j whnh wa tiediing that she wa in need of assist-! ids E'er ! Mun’c’pal dock ’ance 10 mies southwest o I Sambro CBtie4 Page 2 Colgate 3 BOROTRA VICTOR OVER RICHARDS LA COSTE WINS Sprti SectfM Pn t 4 9 NEWS SUMMARY WEATHER Forecast for Florida: Rain todav and tomorrow Increasing northeast or north winds over extreme south portion reaching gale force today Increasing east and northeast winds over north and central portions probably becoming strong today Miami temperatures yesterday Maximum 6S minimum 78 NATIONAL Mother of Aimee McPherson was arrested on charge of framing kidnaping story warrant for evangelist was not served because of her illness Page 1 Georgian may be next speaker of the house of representatives Pa?e 2 Charles It Huntley power magnate died In Buffalo Page 1 Passengers on ship reaching Philadelphia witnessed $6000 robbery by four masked men Page 1 Lew Cody and Mabel Xormand screen stars were married Page 1 Mrs George E Brennan wife of Democratic nominee In Illinois will take stump for her husband while he Is recuperating from operation Page 1 Storm again caused postponement of proposed trans-Atlantic flight Page 1 Thin line of sandbags held back flood from Beardstown III Page 1 FOREIGN Geneva reported that divergent viewpoints of France and German) had been reconciled Page 1 Would-be assassin hurled knife at princess Louise of Sweden and British and Belgian ambassadors dining in Toklo Page 1 Mexicans captured three of alleged murderers of Rosenthal Page 1 ' ’ STATE Tax levy at Vero Beach was re- duced by city council Page 4 First classes were conducted at State College for Women Page 2 county for construction of state road Page 2 Two airplanes were stationed per- H Fage S The Indians again defeated New Tork Page 9 Bobby Jones and George Von Elm day Page 9 Robert Kdgren say 130000 people w III see the Iempey-Tunney bout page 8 The Cardlnals agafn dfaled the phillies and went into first place pagre 5 inrinnati lost a lap In the league New York Page 9 MARKETS e j jn hit market Page 10 Bond react under profit-taking Former Texas Cowboy Comirted of Killing Indiana Vlan (54PY Ind Sept 17 F) — William “Red Ionaldon a former Texa cowboj was found guiltv of murder In the first degree of Joseph Mullins Stocks break 3 to 11 points when!of Gar) by a jury here todav with a recommendation that he be sen-I tenced to life imprisonment Donald-I son was charged with having shot 1 Multins so that he might marry Mrs Mullin furb market reactionarv Page 10 t'otton closed eav Page 1ft trains sank lower Page 1ft EDITORIAL In Todav s News A Bankers View Home fhmlcal Sleep The Man From Fiction or Truth? The Smith Mar Cndidacv - — df HFLD FOR j ‘ ‘ ' ' ' TrnUJV j uLIxUlLlx (Jr II(JIAA j ATLANTA Ga Sept 17 pp) — J pd w ard Silver last night was lodged j n the county jail where he will be held for questioning in connection with the death Tuesday of Amanda Tumlin Silver a former resident of Atlanta and who now claims Daytona Fla as his home was arrested in Fitzgerald Ga Spots on his shoes which oficers believe to be blood led to his return to Atlanta for questioning j alout the Tumlin murder (KOIKil W MiV BE SPEAKER I HOt SK OF RKPHKSFATtTH ES AMERICTS Ga Sept 17 (A) — Congressman Charles Crisp of the Third Georgia district will be the next speaker of the house of representatives in the event the next con-j grees is Democratic Vnfted States j Senator Walter F George of Georgia predicted here yesterday KMUIM FOl M I GFOKGI 4 ALBANY Ga Sept 17 Proof of the existeme of radium in the er of Blue Spring near here has been found after chemical an-alyeis Thad Huckabe co-edev eloper with Barron G Collier of the springs announced th1 morning X S 3 MEXICANS JAILED AS PARTICIPANTS I Suspects Are Identified By Son-In-Law of the Victim ORDER INTENSIVE SEARCH Full Force of Law To Be Applied To Outlaw Officials Say At Capital DEAD MEN NAMED Former General and Warden Among Bandit Killed By the Soldiers By GEORG? W HINMAM Jr Unhtnai SotIm Staff Corrcpn4nt EXICO CITY Sept 37 — Three of the kidnapers of Jacob Rosenthal New York business man Including & former rebel general were killed In the brush with federal troops at the time the New Yorker was murdered and three suspects are held by the authorities according to official advices today The dead kidnapers include former General Bonifacio Hinojosa of the Zapata forces former mayor of the village of Hultsilac near the scene of the hold-up and Miguel Garcia warden of the Jail in the same village More detailed reports show that Rosenthal was killed a few miles from Cuernavaca during the encounter between the kidnapers and the troop Two knife wounds were found In his body and a bullet hole In his forehead Two physic-inn from the American hospital at Mexico Cfty made the autopsy N official statement from the general police headhunt tere in r i Mexico City slates ! “Roenthal was curred that thev proceed energetically for the capture of the bandits Three of them have already been identified by Joseph Ruff son-in-law of the victim and are now held in the cellars of these headquarters “Genera! Cru chief of police wl! turn over to the courts all those re- J sponsible for this crime in order that the full force of the law may be applied to them ’ GUILTY OF MURDER TR4AS4TLAM IC FLIGHT IS AGAIN POST POX ED NEW TORK Spt 17 lPi— Stnrl-i in the pathway to Taris again have caused postponement of the hop-off of the giant Slkorky plane Captain Rene Fonck in command of the proposed non-stop New York to Paris flight this afternoor abandoned any hope of starting tomorrow it wa announced by Igor Sikorsky SHIP SUNK IX COLLISION NAvnTKET Mau Fept 17 (aP) — The schooner Rebecca R Douglas of Machia Maine was sunk in Pollock Rip slue Nantucket ound in a collision with the steamer Ea&tern Crown last night Seven men were brought ahore from the wreck today by a coast guard boat S ' N B4XD PL A 1 S TOXIGHT IX ROYAL P4LM PARK MC Tl HLLK’g orchestral band will give the following program at 7 HO o’rloek tonlxht in Koval Palm Park: Overture “Hunyady I asrlo” Erket “Invitation A G 4ale' Beber ''Funeral March of a Marionette” Gounod Piano- cenr lion aolo “Sexette from lucia' “ Bomilaettl “Mfroorif of School trr by Mutchler 'Memone of School Day” Mwtchlcr Gem from the opera “The Bohemian” Pnccinl Selection “Little Nellie ke!U” ohan 4 oral Solo: — “ “Toreador ong from “ta-r men” Bixef Percv latng “E 1 urevan Levtelte” from “Tovca” Pnccinl Giuweppe ArgenVino Duet “Madame Butterfly ' Pnccinl Mean I ong and Argentine VI i Burnvide arrompvnlit “tar Spangled Banner” Key LEW CODY WEDS MABEL NORMAND Film Stars Awaken Recorder and Are Married At 3 A M VEXfl-RA Cal Sept 17 je — Lew Cody fl)m actor and Mabel Normand screen -actress were married at 3 o’clock yesterday morning by County Recorder Thomas Nlelandt he announced today They aroused ffte county clerk gnd obtained a 1‘ctns at $ o'clock and awakened the re corder and Bad the ceremony performed an hour later he announced F Immediately aftr the ceremony the couple telephoned to a number of their friends iu the motion picture colony at Hollywood and apprised them of the event Cody noted in the film world notified attaches at his residence that he was bringing a bride home and wanted them to prepare a wedding breakfast Evangelist's Mother Is Held For Alleged Framing of Kidnaping Story tBY THE ASSOCIATED CRESS J ¥ OS ANGELES Sept 17 — Aimae Semple McPherson picturesque evangelist formally was charged? today w-ith having feloniously “framed” a story of kidnaping to account for her mysterious 35 day disappearance early this summer 4 Filing of charges against tho-even-gelist her mother Mrs MinnieSl&’ nedy her former radio opeiator Kenneth G Ormston and four others by District Attorney Asa Iveyes was the outcome of recent sensational disclosures In the case The evangelist Is charged with criminal conspiiacy to falsely and maliciously procure another to be charged with kidnaping and also with preparing false evidence Mrs Kennedy submitted to arrest late today at the district attorney's office Mrs McPherson was not arrested her physical condition preventing her appearance at the hall of justice The evangelist was confined to her bed at home suffering from what her phjsirian described as an absee of the nose Mrs Kenned) was released on bond of $2500 NO MOTIVE for Mrs Mi I'hersons disappearance was advanced b this district attorneys office in bringing the rhaiges She has vigorously denied any conspiiacy and Vonsist-ently has clung to her Biory that she xv as kidnaped from the beach at Ocean Park near here 'last May 18 and escaped June 22 from a shack in which her abductors held her near Agua Prieta Mexico The complaint alleges the evangelists disappearance was surreptitious and that she teappeared with a story of having been abducted and pietending she had been unconscious 30 days at the time “well knowing that she had not been kidnaped ’ Mrs Kennedy in a statement said “I am a mother and will stick bv my daughter We are not the first to be martyrs on perjured testimony There are many others who suffered before us Theie w-as Joseph and theie was Jeremiah who was thrown Into the mud up to his armpits” 2 KILLED MOTOR CAR CR1SII A EAR RICIIMOAD RICHMOND Va Sept 17 JP) — Miss Mildred Clarke 20 and Robert Lee 35 were killed in an automobile crash near here early today Two companions were seriously injured Miss Ada Chappell 25 suffered severe lacerations and internal ijuries F O Greene was badly cut and bruised and probably injured Internally Hospital physicians believed both injured persons would recover Fit O-GKIt MW I IKK POINTS IRK ItECLARED KKfOUILEI) CENEVA Sept 17 (P) — An official communique issued bv the French delegation following lengthy conversations between Foreign Ministers Biiand of France and Stresemann of Get many today says they examined all pioblems now existing in Franco-German relation and reconciled their viewpoints regarding the necessary solution COl TY B K WSEMBLK NEW SMYRNA Fla Sept 17— The East Volusia County Bar Association was entertained Wednesday evening at the Alba Couri Inn with a banquet Colonel Gardner of Dav-tona Beach vice president of the association presided in the absence of the president A A Green Matters of buxines were discussed It was the first time the meeting ha been held in New Smyrna The next session will be held in Daytona Beach CITY MAP PREPARED NEW SMYRNA Fla Sept 37 — N A Hotatrd city engineer annotunces ! that the new city map will be com-j pleted by October 15 It includes New Smvrna proper with all rivers! bays and waterway’s LEE COUXTY SHERIFFS S IL ARY IS 93 CEXTS Bradenton Fla Sept 17 SHERIFF 1IPPKNW of Lee county received a salary of HI cent during the month of Aujrut according to The Braden ton Herald Sheriff of the ntate are paid on the fee syatem altogether and after alt deputfea and' other office kelp were paid off only D3 eenta nn left for the nheriff the paper aaya 4 ’:! Halifax and Indian River Lines ! To Establish Packet Service OCTOBER 1 IS OPENING DATE' Craft W ill Operate South From Jaeksonville and Carry Freight WHARF ARRANGED js " rf — 36 Hour' Wily Be Required Be-een Tw Towns Large K A HERALD SERVICE J i nS— -v rAU GALLIE Fla Sr ix 17 raasemenls vi er p'jpifipleted thj afternoon for the e’teniun tctEau J GalJle of the Halifax and Indian Riy- &A boat lines whose terminus heretofore has been at Titusville Negotiations have been pending sev-eral weeks with the owners of the lines through the Eau Gallie chamber of commerce and today' W D DuPont of Daytona Beach and C ft Masters of Elkton were In this city concluding arrangements whereby twice a week packet service between Jacksonville and Kau Gallie will be inaugurated October 1 The two boats that will handle the traffic are the Hiawatha and the Agnes C and the schedules likelv will be such as to leave Jacksonville Tuesday and Saturday' evenings arriving at Eau Gallie Thursdav and Mondav mornings Charles R Bowers of Eau Gallic has been named as the local agent of the line and arrangements have been made for a wharf and warehouse at the foot of Houston street The announcement of the completion of arrangement for regular river servbe has been received in Eau Gallie with much enthusiasm as it will mean considerable saving in freight rates With 56-hour service between Jacksonville and Kau Gallie it is confidently predicted that a good tonnage w ill be obtained ' TROOP ASSEMBLY DENIED BY FRANCE Premier ' Blames Germany For Reported Concentration TARIS Sept 17 (P) — Foimal denial of report published in Berlin that France wa concentrating troops on the Italian frontier was isued by' War Minister Palnleve today “It Is regrettable that such news should be disseminated by Geimatiy on the day after her entry into the League of Nations” M Palnleve said The report was telegraphed to a Berlin Newspaper by its Paris correspondent GEORGI4 BOY KILLED 6 HURT IX ACCIDEXT MILLEDOEV1LIE Ja 'Sept 17 (di Stanford Redd 3 4 son of Mr and Mr Percv Redd of Macon was almost instantly killed and six othets we?e badly injured today in an automobile accident The injured are Mrs Percy Redd mother of the dead boy Mrs Ida Ward of Jacksonville Fla Mis Annie Mixon of Macon Mary Elizabeth Raymond and Thelma Redd child! en of Mr and Mr Redd IOWA DEMOCRA1IC LEADER SEEKS NATION L CONTENTION CHICAGO Sept 17 OPi — Clyde L Herring Iowa Democratic leader was represented by The Chicago Dally News today as launching a campaign to hold the 1 r28 national convention in Des Moines CEORGIA ARCHITECT IS DEAD COLCMBCS Ga Sept 17 I'D — Thomas W Smith prominent architect and well known throughout the South died at his home here today He was 6 years of age Attention Housekeepers! The attention of the Miami Housekeepers is especially called this morning for bargains in food supplies to the advertisements of the following firms: UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI iENE Pvn MET Of R associate of French In the I nlverslty of Miami which Is to opfiij October 15 has arrived In Miami from WJllnm-town Mass where he wa a professor of romance languages at Williams College He Is the author of “The Dancer and the Frfnr” published recently Professor Metour received his bachelor of arts degree at the 1 nlverslty of Montpelier France SEV 4TORI 4L AO MIX EE'S WIFE TO TAKE STVHP Chicago Sept 17 (PI Ml K ill l-K Orchffttral band will of the Democratic senatorial nominee will take the stump for her husband while he Is recuperating here from an operation on his knee she announced today She will make her first address for her husband ( Quincy HI September 2k IS Defeated Congressman Will Not Contest Result Although Managers Charge False Count BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TLANTA Sept 3 7 — Congressman W D Upshaw’ who was defeated for renomlnation by Leslie J Steel in the reent Democratic p I-mary w'ill not contest the Jesuit hi campaign committee announced today The fifth congressional district convention tomorrow will formally declare Mr Steel to be the nominee for the ensuing two-year term Mr Steel received 10 convention votes Mr Upshaw six and Mayor Walter A Sims of Atlanta two “While Mr Upshaw ha all along declared that he did not wish to make any charge of fiaud agafnt election managers anvwheie” the committee statement said “we feel that eveiv patriotic citizen who believe in the -purity of the ballot m u t indoie our wi-h to have a fair count “Having found from the lecotd that over 50ft illegal votes weie cast in the territory where we made in-v etigation we feel that we would have been doing a patriotic service to call for a recount with these illegal votes eliminated if this could have bee'n done promptly within legal pro-ceduie N e have hea’d and seen enough to believe that such a lecount with everv illegal vote thrown out would have changed the result But the recounting i expensive and the legal machinery preliminary to the recounting of ballots and eliminating Illegal votes i so clunisv that substantial justice is hard to obtain So after considering the matter from SB angles we have jeluctantlv decided to acquiesce In Uongressman Upshaw’s w’ish and allow the matter to go forw ard ” age 21 21 21 23 21 21 21 21 White House Grocery Luxury Macaroni Abbolts Bitters Kelloggs All-Bran Shiva r Springs Libbv McNeil & Libby Tip Top Grocery Automatic Grocerx Riverside Tatv Bakery Chili Mike 2ft 2 20 2ft 5ft 2ft $ Geo A Hanford Inc S Solin & Son Kconomv Grocery Co Peninsular Ice Co 3 8 i Jackson vil ie Brewing Co PROFESSOR ARRIVES and he has master of arts degrees conferred upon him by Johns Hopkins 1 nlverslty and Ohio State 1 nlverslty Professor Metour also Is a designer He holds a certificate of architecture from London Polytechnic England and Is a member of the Brooklyn Society of Etchers Prior to htu connection with Williams College be was professor of French at the 1 nlted States avnl Academy Annapolis Md Line of Sandbag Stands Between Beardslown III ami Steadily-Rising River (SY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 3 BEARDBTOWN 111 Sept 3 7 —A thin line of sandbags stood tonight between Beardstoxvns 7000 residents and the rialng watets of the Illinois river More than 100 men some of whom have labored without sleep since Wednesday worked along the mile-long levee which piotects the city from the river’s waters staunching the weak spots in the wall of sandbags Women found a share too in the battle against the river’s churning currents They drove trucks filled with sand to the edges of the levee and put the sand in bags with wliicn the dike Is being bolstered while other group served coffee to the woikmen Thiee organized crews of workers patrolled the mile levee with horse-diawn sledges loaded with sandbags which were banked wherever the levee showed weakness Tonight the river stood at 22 feet 14 inches less than four inches below the top of the dike with the floods crest slowing swelling as the Sangamon river emptied into the Illinois nine miles above the city the bui den of a Wednesday freshet Only if the weather remain fair without further rain or wind will the barrier hold back the flood waters accoiding to C O “I)ad Millei in fharge of the levee woikeis Aater is standing in the city street m seveial places and sandbag were holding It baxk at othei point where If threaten to set p through sewer 'fhe northeast section of the lt js virtually dseited with flood water ebbing near the second floor windows of rldemes In the souh section of the town families are moving their household goods to higher point This section is near the levee It is believed ihe ctest of the Sangamon contribution to the high waters will pas b morning row ER MXGNVTK IS DEVI) LANCASTER N V Sept 17 lTV-Charles R Huntlex nationally known power magnate and president of the Buffalo General Klettnc Company died suddenly at hi home heie today BOILER M HKR STARTS EAST TO CLAIM SUOOOOOO ESTATE KEWAVEE III Sept 37 iipi — John Cooper former boilermakei who startled his fellow townsmen lecently with the announcement that he wa heir to a $3000000 estate near Roanoke Va w a on hia way East to claim his mvsteiioua heritage TRIAL CHANGE IS DENIED I LAKE CHARLES La Sept 17 tV) Motions for a change of venue in the case of Milton Braseaux and Joe Henna indf ted on charge of murdering J J Bievllle Deridder se! vice ar operator were oveiruied todav HIVFI) AAARFARK SPREAD PEKING Sept 17 iff1) — The war between the boNhcvik Cantonee gov-1 einment and Maiha) Sun Chuan- Fang ruler of China five eastern province ha begun LIFE ( NDEHAA Rl I ERS ElfrIT ATLANTIC CITY X J Sept 17 OP George G Adlei of Salt lake Ciij was today elected pieident of the National Association of Life I nder-t w riters IT PRINCESS Weapon Strikes Son British Ambassador To Japan of DEFLECTED BY POCKET CASE Luncheon n Tokio I Thrown Into Confusion IhVfouhl-Be Wassin THROUGH WINDOW — Arm and ace of Assailant Are Seen Ai Blade Is Thrown Mdkcs Escape BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 3 '“pOKIO Pept 17— A knife was hurled toward Princess Louisa of Sweden Sir John Tilley Bntfsh ambassador and Albeit de Basaoin-plerre Belgian ambassador yesterday while a luncheon was in prog-less at the British embassy’ The weapon struck Roger Tilley son of the ambassador near the heart but was deflected by a gold clgaiet case Young Tilley was not injured The would-be assassin escaped Government officials are giving out various censored versions but It is learned that the following is authentic The Brazilian knife of Ambassador Tilley disappeared Wednesday from the drawing room of the Biitish embassy Yesterday Ambassador Tilley and the Belgian ambassador weie seated on ea iT side of Princess Louise at luncheon at the British embassy in honor of the princess and Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf Their backs wei tow-Ard a window Roger Tilley was seated near the end of the tatrie partly facing the window when sud-deny he saw an intruder’s face cautiously peering in The intruder then drew a knife whereupon young Tilley spiang toward the window’ The knife hurled toward the pilncesa and the ambassadors struck young Tilley directly over the heait a gold cigarette case saving his life The luncheon immediately was in confusion men hurrying out after the would-be assassin Although the embassy waa surrounded by police the man escaped The princess remained calm and insisted that the luncheon continue It is not known whether Ambassador Tilley Ambassador De Bis-sompierre or the princess was the intended vie tlm Polke aie combing Tokio for the intruder The exact nationality of the man is tindeteifrijned young TII-lev appaienty being the only guest who saw him He said Ihe man was diessed in western attire but he believes he may have been Japanese PoIUe and nenspapeta ate Imluincd to believe the assailant is Chinese L4RGEST ARMY DIRIGIBLE ST 4 RTS TRIP OF 1200 MILES BELLEVILLE HI Sept 17 on The RS-1 the armv s laigost dii igfble took off fioni Scott Field at 3 43 p ni todav for Detroit In the fust leg of a tiip of about 1200 miles th longest since the ship wa launched last Januarv fUCO- AET'II APPEAL TAKEN I MUlt ADAISEMENT DEDHAM Mas Sept 17 i'i— Judge Webster 'Ihacf todav took under advisement the motion for a new trial for Nicola Sacco and Rir-tolome VanretH convicted of inuicbr At the cotirluMou of aigymcntH ha said that ha would r eijun e- se vci ai weeks to reach a dec Jsion GOAEIINMENT BOND NEW YORK Sept 17 on — Government bonds t losed today a follows-Liberty 3A 100 15 flist 4i4s 101 26 second 100 20: thud 1013 fouith 102 4 THE MIAMI HERALD HAS PUBLISHED Classified Advertisements So Far This Year Yesterday 1186 Last Month 39931 1925—674738 t

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