Fort Worth Record-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on July 13, 1928 · 4
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Friday, July 13, 1928
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FOUR FORT WORTH RECORD-TELEGRAM FRIDAY INIORNIf:G JULY 13 192'3 i 3 i I -1 - FAIILIR-LABOR CALL REJECTED MEN NORRIS fitlot Lack of Sympathy but Futility' He Says 'Power Trust Danger Is Scored 1 Associckd WASIII GTON July 12--Senator Norris of Nebraska declined to- — day to accept the nomination for Pres- ' ident given him last night by the Farmer-Labor party at its Chicago 4 convention He rejected it in a long " Statement in which he criticized the presidential election machinery and continued hs attack on 'the power ) trust" The Senator declared his refusal - Tr as not to indicate that he was out — of sympathy with those who are op posed to the presidential nominees of the major political parties Instead he said the "antiquated and illogical system of electing a President made it -I practically impossible for the people to elect anyone who has not been nominated by one of the dominant 7 political parties Much of the statement concerned what he called "the power trust" and the Senator also arraigned both the Republican and Democratic parties for remaining "as silent as the grave upon the subject" He described the question as of paramount importance and charged that the "power trust" " was sufficiently strong to prevent action on the Muscle Shoals and Boulder Dam projects -"When special privilege controls machinery of both of these political organizations" he declared "the people are helpless except to express a choice between two evils" Condemns Electoral College '''-'s "This system" be said "must con tinue to grow even worse until the people become sufficiently aroused to '' demand that they have a direct voice and vote in the election of a chief magistrate "We lack one of the es's sential elements of a real democracy ' when we deprive the citizens of our country of the right to vote directly for the President There is no way S under our system by which the people 4 who are supposed to be sovereign can express their choice in a presidential contest "They vote for presidential electors and to run an independent candidate '''- for President or to organize a new ''''' political party in a party presidential contest it is necessary to organize and select hundreds of presidential electors "- from the various States of the Union and when this difficult and expensive process is performed still the name of the presidential candidate can not appear upon the official ballot" "Power of Monopoly" f Be asked what the people would say if they were not permitted to vote di rectly for Governor and declared that until the electoral college was abolished there could be no practical way -- "for the citizens to have a voice in the election of their own ruler" "We are confronted in this cam' paign with a practical demonstration -of the power of monopoly" the statement continued "It was sufficiently powerful to compel both of the great political parties to remain silent upon ' - the great fundamental political issue pow before the country for solution" That issue the Senator asserted — had been raised by what he called the power trust and described as "the greatest monopoly that has ever been put together by the ingenuity of man" The Senator dwelt at length on what he termed the activities of the trust in monopolizing the natural resources of the country and said ''it was suf ficiently powerful to prevent the great : Republican party from putting in its platform any word of condemnation" Cites "Influence" "Its emissaries" he said "went : from that convention to Houston and compelled that great political organ ization in its platform to remain si lent on this the most important (pies : firm now before the American people - There are indications now that the 1 leaders of these great political parties : have entered into a gentlemen's agree ment by which nothing shall be said or done in the campaign to interfere with the continued grip and control : of this trust and that anyone who a violates any such understanding shall or be denounced as a mud slinger as a e Bolshevik and as an all-around enemy : of civilized society This trust was sufficiently powerful to prevent a 4 President of the United States from signing the Muscle Shoals bill and through the expenditure of millions of money among other things it has so far prevented any action upon the Boulder Darn project" Asserting that money which "the power trust" had raised for propaganda purposes had "been wrung from the people in exorbitant charges" O Senator declared "the trust" would "laugh with fiendish glee while the 4 people are deluded and worked into excitement Over artificial issues in the presidential campaign with the honest idea that they are saving the country from ruin" "The power question is by far the paramount issue" he concluded "and yet the dominant parties are as silent s the grave upon the subject About the only practical thing that the pen ple can do in this campaign is to elect as many progressives as possible to 1 the Senate and the House of Repre sentatives where they can carry on as they have in the past an uphill and one-sided fight to retain for the : benefit of the people the natural God-given resources of the country" the Texas Children' llome and A id Society the organization announced yesterday The policy cif the society is to place a child in a home far months trial At the end of tha t time if the family is suitable the ehild may be adopted or if the mily does not wish to aiiopt the chill it may be turned back tc the society The four children are described as forows: BnY G blue eyes and blond hair Girl 5 large brow-n cycs and bland hair Boy 3 blue es and tnedinin blond hair Boy 1 month red hair SOCIETY AND CLUBS f CqSimaig i Newest Beach Costume A charming beach costume of blackfoot pussy willow—the newest material—with American Indian art predominating in the design —Pacific and Atlantic Photo Sessions Held With every Presbyterian Church in the city represented as well as churches of Handley and Watauga the total making an attendance of about 85 the Presbyterian Woman's Federation held an all day program at Arlington Heights Presbyterian Church yesterday Presbyterian ministers of the city and their wives were honor guests The business meeting was of short duration as there was little for discussion according to Mrs H B Campbell president of the federation who presided at the meeting No new projects for the Summer were brought to light The treasury committee gave a favorable report Lunch was served at noon by the women of Arlington Heights Christian Church across the street The afternoon session was turned over to entertainment Miss Mamie McNeeley Broadway Presbyterian Church gave the devotional This was followed by three vocal numbers by Miss Margaret Caldwell' of the First Presbyterian Church accompanied by Mrs R Conner Mrs J B Fitch Hemphill Presbyterian Church gave a humorous monologue "No Head for Figgers but a Heart to Give" A pageant dramatizing the "Book of Ruth" was given by junior and intermediate members of the Christian Endeavor Mrs J W Wand of Polytechnic Presbyterian Church directed the pageant The federation will bold its next meeting at Broadway Presbyterian Church in October MULKEY METHODISTS INVITE CANDIDATES Candidates for county political offices have been invited to make speeches at the lawn social to he held by Mulkey Memorial Methodist Church July 23 The affair will he repeated because candidates were speaking at Everman on the same night it was first given Band music ice cream cake and soda water will feature the occasion The public is invited A decision to meet Monday night to decide upon a play to be given this S:ummer was made at a bridge and luncheon given by the Junior Womans Club Thursday at the club building The meeting will be at 7 p m and arrangements for the play will be made A chairman and committee to take charge of the business of the production will be appointed and the casting will begin Bridge began at 10 a m yesterday with 3) playing Mim Virginia Hudson won high score prize During the luncheon which followed Miss Hazel Carter graduate of Curry School of Expression Bostofl talked about the play which she will direct It was decided that the club would be open every Thursday for girls to Play bridge in the morning Lunch will be served for those who care to btay according to Mrs Leslie De lf president Copperhead Snake Bites City Youth Bitten on the left wrist by a copperhead snake in a field near Birdville late Thursday afternoon T C Lee 19 drove to his home 100 North Live Oak street with bis right hand on reaching the residenee he became so weak that an ambulance of Robertson-Mueller-Ilarper was called Lee was taken to City-County Hospital and released shortly afterward when his condition was decided not to be critical GEORGE F GRASSIE 57 EDITORIAL WRITER DIES LLAS' Jul 2—Georze F Grassie 37 member of the editorial staff of the Dallas Journal for 12 years died today at a Dallas hospital Grassie vc-as for a long while connected with the Milwaukee Journal the Milwaukee Sentinel and the Eve ninz Wisconsin For about fiv2 years he wrote a colon-in called "Kinks and Kicks of Politics" on the Wisconsin Ile resitned his position with the Journal Dec 31 1927 ' FOUR CHILDREN OF GOOD LIFE'S LITTLE TRAGEDIES PARENTAGE SEEK HOMES 1 DRAMATICALLY Four children of no(I parentage the clock struck eleven Pale with love he leaned g I are available for adoption through toward her Then he reeled Sickened be turned his face the Texas Children' Home and Aid away with a suppressed snort A bug well known to the boudoir was crawling across her neck She was wriggling desperately to get it off The proposal long expected had come—and had collapsed! The highest sentiment may easily be affected by an unpleasant suggestion Surroundings have much more to do with reputation than is commonly supposed Your household hygiene everyday is quite as vital as your personal appearance Kill-Ko's clean vapor gas means sure quick death to all insect pests but it is harmless to humans animals furniture and fabrics Buy it in the Blue Bottle at your favorite drug or grocery store in 50c or 75C sins to protect your name as well as your health RICO MANUFACTURING CO NASHVILLE TENN I Miss Saunders I Mr Weaver Are Wed Miss Venita Saunders daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom B Saunders '2300 Hemphill Street and Mr Ralph McFadden Weaver son of Mr and Mrs Ralph M Weaver of Washington Avenue were married Thursday night at the home of the bride's parents only relatives and intimate friends attending Mr and Mrs Weaver left for a tour of the East and will return to make their home at 22GO Hetnphill Street after Aug 1 It MANY AFFAIRS GIVEN FOR MISSES HUDGINS Misses Lucy Elizabeth and Anna Louise Hudgins of Memphis Texas who are the guests of Mrs J A Gibbons Court Street have been honored with many affairs during the past week Misses Mautine and Joan Gibbons were hostesses Tuesday afternoon entertaining in honor of the Misses Hudgins with it theater party at The Worth Mrs Raymond Buckley complimented them Tuesday evening with a Casino party Mrs Raymond Buckley was also hostess Thursday morning honoring the Memphis visitors with a breakfast at Forest Park A luncheon at the Junior Woman's Club given by Miss Emma Dorcas Morgan Thursday completed the series of entertainments Pr St It BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR LITTLE MISS GASTON vg -4t Little Miss Orphia Nell Ga!‘ton t7 II - ' - daughter of Mr awl Mrs J E Gas Ifl! - ton of Denhrook celebrated li elebratefst third - birthday last week After she was v presented with several gifts games --stpm and conte6ts were enjoyed In the number contest little Miss Alen e Da40 It ' Nis NV on first prize and Master J It : ::::1000i414::iCAL :::!i:§:Avorni Gaston second Little Miss Velma linzy took first and Master Junior A charming beach costume of blackfoot pussy willow—the newest Choney second in the guesing eonlaterial—with American Indian art predominating in the design test —Pacific and Atlantic Photo Punch and calie were served to lit tle Misses Celita Patterson Martha Lee Childress Lois French Alene Da- iviasviLois Choney Vala and Pauline 5 Field eld Ihinior IT7 onza n 's s Luretta Linzy and Velma Un- I ‘-1 zY: Messrs Jimmie Wilson Jim Chil- By Presbyterians ress Lindell Patterson Elma Tay- ans Clu & b to lye Play' i lf'1 3 : hCnh(onneyt:nG Juninr I)afi Bob- vi1 -- 1 I a nS(tla I bie Charles Choney and G W Linzy The Note Book Mr an Mrs Raymond Buckley and Mrs Buckley's mother Mrs Florence Robinson of College Avenue will leave Monday morning for a tour to Denver Colorado Springs Yellowstone Salt Lake City San Francisco and Los Angeles They exrKsct to return about Sept 1 $10000000 MERGER IN DAIRY SUPPLY HOUSES CEDAR RAPIDS Iowa July 12— Walter L Cherry president of the J G Cherry Company of Cedar Rapids today announced the merger of that companv with six other nationally known manufacturing companies producing dairy machinery and supplies The new company will be known as the Cherry-Burrell Corporation capitalized at $10000000 1 ON TH E 4 SCREEN 0k STAGE SUCCESS I Moon mamma - iM13uApp 1 1 1 o um' IAWMFnX QflMAMi 1 A WMFOX ROMANCE I OF LAUGH-ckiD-liFd - THRILLS WITH JOHN MACK ORO 1 THRILLS WITli - I 11 JOHN taw actown 1 1 DOROTHY DWAN I DOROTHY APPLEBY I i WHAT ARMSTRONG 1 'T--11 THIS COUPON AND I Recent Bride The Fire Department and Police Department were represented at the marriage last week of :Iiss Mae Jessie Ilukill daughter of Mr and Mrs M MU! 1901 St "Ands Avenue and Cornelius Leahy son of Mrs J Leahy 1513 Clinton Avenue The bride is a daughter of a member of the police force with many years of service to his credit and the bridegroom is a lieutenant of Fire Company No 11 Miss Woods and Mr Barr Wed The marriage of Mks Willie Muriel Woods daughter of Mrs C W Woods Lincoln Avenue and Mr Oscar L Barr son of Mrs Billiton Barr of Bewiek ltreet was solemnized in the wedding parlors of First Christian Church Wednesday evening Rev L D Anderson pastor of First Uhriktian Church performed the ceremony Only close friends and the immediate family attended the wedding which was marked by simplicity The bride's gown was a model of powder blue crepe She wore a bat of French felt with harmonizing accessories Mr and Mrs Barr left for a short wedding trip after which they will be at home at 303ti Fairmount Avenue P DAUGHTER IS BORN TO MR s AND MRS M'GINLEY A daughter was born Thursday to Mr and Mrs J M McGinley 2421 Wabash Avenne FIVE BLASTS TERRORIZE N Y THEATER DISTRICT NEW YORK July 12—Ilroadway crowds were thrown into a turmoil today when fire explosions in the kitchen on the Strand roof hook the theatrical district from Forty-fifth c Forty-ninth Streets The explosions were caused by a leak in the gas store in the kitchen of the dining and dancinz resort which had been closed for two months THE FAMILY FORD r 1111111-- 1 I MADGE BELLAMY 'ORD in I THE PLAY GIRL OTHER ACTS-MOVIETONE LAST TIMES TODAY on the pereen ti1120F1 a willok n o f un of Go e2 r'ttAUDWILLE IN VIOVATIONI dzt RE GIBS Ein 0 'W BRIGHT BANTElq SNAPPY IONG111 DAZZLING DANCUI WILL ADMIT TWO LA DIES TO THE MAJESTIC-ANY SEAT - TOMORROW SAT JULY 14th FROM 12 TO 2 PM IM POSITIONS TO BE UINED Meeting at First Baptist Auditorium Today Will Investigate Candidates The attitude of precinct county and district candidates on prohibition will be considered at a meeting at tbe First Baptist Auditorium this morning: The meeting although fostered and called bY the Women's Christian Temperance Union will be open to the public The stand Of Tarrant County candidates on other public matters also will be discussed before the meeting adjourns at II a m It will start at 9:30 a m Candidates themselves are not expected to speak The gathering called for tonight at the Courthouse by anti-Smith Democrats will he held at 8 o'clock in the Seventeenth District Courtroom The meeting is preliminary to the statewide meeting in Dallas Tuesday at whieh a large crowd is expected Mrs1 T Bloodworth district president of the W C T U and one of the committee in charge nf the Dallas gathering declared that "Now that the Democratic National Committee is headed by John J Ras Icoh we are more determined than ever that Texas shall not support Smith" The meeting of the Central W C T U whieh was scheduled for this morning has been postponed until July 20 It will be held in the First Methodist Church at 3 p m No Arrest Made In Driver's Holdup No arrests had been made late last night in connection with the holdup of Ramos George employe of the Gene Jordan Truck Farm on the Randol Mill Road who was robbed of his purse containing 23 in the roadway at his house four miles east of city early Thursday afternoon The car used by the man who held him up bore a Dallas County license and Dallas police were asked to help trace the automobile George bad just returned to tir! truck farm from a trip to Fort Worth lie was stopped near his house and ordered to give up what money be bad BABY FALLS 2 STORIES RECEIVES SLIGHT INJURY WAXAHACHIE July 12--Tumbling '!0 feet from the second story of a residence this morning when the screen became unfastened Helen Joyce Johnson year and half old daughter of Mr and Mrs C B Johnson was only slightly injnred This afternoon she was playing about ber home The little girl fell from a window while watching a puppy MMEZZa9MM52251 BROUGHT BACK! I I By Popular Request AL KATZ and His Famous Kittens Orchestra Opening Friday 13th BAMBOOLAND 'DALLAS' COOLEST ROOF" Lunchenn—Dinner Dancing Daily The Most Beautiful Talking Picture Produced in Which You See and Hear DOLORES COSTELLO CONRAD NAGEL Grand Opera Stars and Others DwiacawazaMM THE VITAPHONE TALKIE THAT HAS ALL FT WORTH TALKING TODAY AND ONLY "GLORIOUS BETSY" THE TWO DOVES AT THE NORTH POLE WM DAMERAST AT COFFEE DAN'S M G M NEWS AT YOUR Also See and Hear ALLAN PRIOR Former Tenor with 'Student Prince' 1 I i HOME OF VITAPHONE COMING SUN WE AMERICANS I I Cost of Illness In U S Fixed at $31 Per Capita By Associated Press DARIS July 12—Advocating an effective program for disease prevention Dr Homer Folks of New York In a report to the International Conference of social work today estimated that illness in the United State costs each family $13168 annually The cost per capita is estimated at $3108 of the $11000000000 yearly illness cost to the people of the United States more than 93 per cent of the burden is borne by the patients and their families said Dr Folks who is secretary of the State Charities Aid Association of New York and a member of the Public Health Council of New York State The country he said is spend ing about $76000000 a year for prevention of illness& 111111ME (A "1 N I Eight styles hem which t select t:fl1TOL1 "THE BLUE DANUBE" With LEATRICE JOY Coming Saturday "THE CROWD" Drannon's 10C-15t Se-15t Matinees Always -NOW SHOWING 1 REBELS GIVE UP IN NICINGIIA 261 Surrender in a Week Rain Driving Sandinistas From Jungles Is Belief MANAGUA Nicaragua July-12 Saidinistas continue to surrender and ask amnesty Twenty-nine presented themselves to the Marine officer at Someto yesterday and today This makes a total of 2(51 who hare surrendered this week At Marine headvarters it is believed that a coa siderable number of others will come in soon because of the difficulty of living in the jungles during the rainy season season GIOLITTI IMPROVED CAVOI'll Italy July 12—Form Premier Giolitti was reported slightly improved today Tail6rid rierrnalWnt WAVE uaranteed ::lit111:: ----:T 6c: mcOniaairtseisatI rttisw ps arate per- 7 -‘- 1 virez- --- I - 4-4 interested ienvrse:insvaleig - - ' -4 j'' you the wave best 1 soy' 1 14 1 :-7 t ) - ': ) - suited to your type Complete )° TiVe shampoo your hair and set tfs 4---i' ' iv 5 ' soave which must measure meth 14 - Rues higher standard of series-Heft -- - Our waves have been given to thousands et - eight styles from which te select ( bait dressing means Here you enjoy tIveoarntuerneslri:nkdnionwnwo hoathteditsserhoi7lallotiant a iasclulfie We Successfully Wave Over an Old Permissive We Specialize in Perm-rnont Waving anti DN Other Beauty Weds 1 New 'York Permanent Wave Shop Immediate Service With or Without Appointment—No 1Vaiting Fifth Floor Ter Nat'l Bank 52-0140 Ninth and Houston Sts Phone 12-0151 (OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT) "The ENCHANTED ISLAND": With ANTONIO MORENO - "THE SCARLET ISLAND" Comedy and Aesops - Atwater Kent Radio Complete and Ready for the Air $15 Cash -- $3 Week ‘'arSrmall Carrying Charge a on Time 7—TT— Sales THE VERY LATEST IN RADIO-THE NEW ATWATER KENT lkyksliso 1 4 ODEON ADAMS MUSIC CO - OPPOSITE TEXAS HOTEL 812 MAIN STREET 104 WEST EIGHTH The "Red Hair" "IT" Girl "Gets Her :Ian" Again— - and How! prj)'j 14DIES OF TIM K03' RICialiVAPIEN LAST TIMES TODAY William Haines in "Telling the Woer Eddie Stanley In "The Fast Mail °'' I Starts Saturday 101°P--dlY Ginger Kennedy Gould Dancers and Others COMFORTABLY COOL 'c tL'ENT The tunef ul and peppy Publix stage bhow featuring Tyler Mason Bernad & Henry Mills & Shea glib gni ow MI MP gle 0111 WO 4WD AM OM altilt Krarl Kit Worth News I 3 3 3 I 3 3 1 I 1 I II 1 t 1 t 1 t I c I I: I t ) 11 q II ti b 3 V NI 1 v -I - ( c s N - a 7 f a - 0 ' - I it C ti !to ti t 7 t had 1 : pow grea JI put i he 1 2 ) in T ! of t lick Rep plat i fror -H corn : izat lent : tint! 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