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Victims 'I'. A V I .ni . huler, wat amonf Khfn tlw, Britten [». world' * largo** 1 rantg j while, th* lest fUnrbt from MI» ftrW tatura, six of Yth* * on bo j La it fa els v '2*»: !* '#.,$ Lin (fie I I 1.1 » A l l l ' l l I n Chicaico, lultt B ' Lingle. rhir*r* plowed * part and irn, a rat* own** \r tnurdrr H«rt nnV Donohaf. snd Service ,() . ·' T Picltlo* All»nlirl · ir Urlvani by w»T her dav from On- wd m thiK »er\-i««, !c cuMoraary duck- d on Inland w«t«r- t Her* few of th lie THE WEATHER fair DECATUR HERALD W TODAY 1 * MME No QuMttMia ...,PH» 4 Women'* N*wt ... F*c*t Comka .......... ,,. Pif* 10 Sport* Kowi ....... Pifa U 14 Pages Deertur. Nino* T H U R S D A Y E V E N I N G October 9, 1930. THREE CENTS MONOPLANE HOPS OFF ON OCEAN FLIGHT REVOLUTIONISTS CUT RAILWAY NEAR CAPITAL; ADVANCE SUCCEEDING, CLAIM / Comiwinication B e t w e e n I Rio de Janiero and Sao J Paolo Severed FEDERALS CONFIDENT !,,, i ,i f ,l ' f i i RIO C R A N D f DO SUl., Bwii) Oct ' --Rev*luli«nary hendqunfteri repoded 'I hursdoy ttiKt iMtifS*"' Iroop* hnd cut the TAilroncl j omniiiiiiiritioni be- RHJ de |nn«ni utid the i ity of Sao Putilu tween th' ID* ft 'f ht(*pli» tllf *nd ir the l H l l t l WHO of Itlu t)e l Undin* divlmi'd lo hiive on l trol of KM Ihe niNiomtn In the thn-e v»th«n dtntiw of KlP C r n n i l p dol 1nl stniu ( iiltininitm anil Priiiuin i Tit* lnmiiu«iii j ft'"" i1eilHi«(! Ihtt' ( f i j f i t l «lrpl*n«" "Mil out f i o m Hlo rtr Imieli'i tn hnrnh lhi 1 ' b f l ncM HI Rflln H i M / n t i l p H t n t i - ff Iitiil joined the r e v o BRITTEN DECLINES ARMAMENT DEBATE AS "WASTE OF TIME" i Ha I ii (I Pi«.', ', WA^HINUTON 0 ( t l ) - S w a i t h mot is (dlliKf WIM teiniPd n 'hoi bul of B c i t l i h piopHKandi) nnd A m t i l o i \ n iMM,i(|im ' bv Hop Bilt- un Itepn Illinois In Ms I P tutu I to delinlp the xubjetl of d h u t i n n ttienl with piofpiHi j William I Hull of Iliv P(*nnHjlvjtnlii nileKe l'ioft'lruii Hull Ilku nianv it MM Htidclntu H! B vlmunntv Idcnllsl of K i l t t e n wiote lh« CnmtnlttBf tat Tot n l DltditnniiKint PiLllmielpliin Ml would Ije UHctfsi tu t o i i i l dNtiinifimpnt w i t h Hull OK II would h* to rtf Piofim^oi Leon of hi* (vmmitriltim ot lo Pro tensor AI CHpotie out o( the '·U nil lt"» tiHnt» I f o i t / o n l e irltel-. tail (ino'hei htimhlnn wdc *UiK*'t to h a v e BREMEN CLIPS SIX MINUTES FROM HER OLD OCE4N RECORD Itu r titf« I r WW Y O H K 0 t The North LEGION REJECTS VOTE ON REPEAL OF LIQUOR LAW Commander's Ruling Su»- tained By Acclaamtion of Delegates DENY DRINKING CHARGE tUs I ml I I'!, i ) BOSTON O«l t t - ' I h t - Amor l an U n i o n 'Ihuisdav JpclliiPd Lo ton- *\iin the t]iipillon «f topTM) of the KlAhtppflth ametidment A moluUon pienmtpd bv the de- paitmeiil of New Y«k anil rulllnfi foi ipjwftl of Ui« inohlhitlon timend- nient wa*i ruled out of ordei bv National r'ommnntlor O It Boden- httmn A(uinst Legion 1'ollov He (ti'tlarpd the iriolutlon was not In ftccoid wllh the climsc of (he Le- IRion K fonxlUiitlon pi o\enllns; the ibods f t o m n c l i n R on partly polilltul nmtlsiit The ipptml ip-icluUon was « mlnuilt) iiptit Iioijt HIP reaolu- lioni tommlttee where il bad been opposed bv tt vole of 16 to 10 IlwH Illollng ( lnirt[» ' Com mantlet fiotlenhnmet t idling W » H mmaincd bv an owi whelming jvlvs. vote volu o( the 1200 delegates nj, to wild i c i f h j fn Boston Tin tdaj n l K h t and to sliPeM (·hniki-i of M i l HCIIIJ W Peiiboilv Wir Time Regulations Prmil In Capital f.eriinui I.lout f Inpi Rumt r m r i u i t 1 ThitM'liis f l l p p l i i K il* m i n u t p s ttom M e , i orot it n r fcni dti) R 17 h O t i i u | o f r « m P n n ' "((IKW (tnnlilriK anrt pptl- ntul 2I87',S e.mbllnhed l»M Oi t n ' '»« ' l u r I n k ' the ( o n v c n t f o n noHon- , Vh.ie ( h u r l aon p r o m i n e n t i l t l j c n ) n l t o m m n n d e i O J Rodiuhnmoi the bent conductt(i ont evfi held He phaiKed thni hondlumn--undei le- Klon IK"--took aiUnnLuKe of Ihe h l l a i l l v Thciv hfid been men he in id t nimlltc» w.-ie o n hnnd to Kied r'nblfiiltmiiiih Intei? Tridla i lend Itij; p i n t « n d philc-iophei who n a i .,, ' h n 1 n " J t """ Hnl '"Vi^D^ d l M """M^an,! More Sober" .,..." m l Tbp Rev GMUKO Ketlell National «fta imnlhrr pn-wnKPt to hot Klip didn t ml i iirillnl « « undei t t i l c t lei'iiititlnno '1 t i i t m l n v ni th" iiHtinai' n t r c i n i l n n f r t nl r ^ i c i s » ' h K f i n d Iwi-ci to r l u r k I IIP i i ( l \ « n ( M of r m 1.1 IT! Uii i^ift i priM' f^flt I hPr n «ni SmiHiord JIIH!' ·( tli. i n u n t t v li u'n-i i , i ! l o l ti»llnMy Hi«t f'^l niil linr,f, liiul ii- iipl"! 4 i n t r fit Mltii\^ i r p r n e 1 * and f t ihe,h julifintc in f j a r i i i f i n t i S II.. 'llnil/nrilc P n | i l ( « l Of [tcinci held hv i l i i ii'luli W l u l r « t i f h n m ! l m rf i f | « i l » t h i i * i!if 11 l u l l hii.t 01 it'll d Ci i n « m h i i [ i lrnifii(ini \ n i i l m i i ' t i s w " i c iBCh. IflS il V i n i 'U 1 ' wl1 " t ' l U ' s e i l Hi til the leimil-i w e r p ( M M ftittiion of nhi-t . i i m u e i hi I'm 11 t i i w m r H nt W W A l l e i t i u i piestdiml of wr* d l i i i F i l l i i i l in Ibi' ( t t n i 111111' ill t h n Pi ni|i\ Ivanln lallnmil find niMii mi] (imr i n i i l m m n l ' l n li»it l«n n l » i nf I In- I ( t ( n i h l l c « n Kallonnt com Hddsrt ihHt ' t,p- U.S. STEEL DIPS BELOW ISO, LOWEST MARK SINCE 1929 NEW YORK, Oct 9~-Unlle,d tated ittel common stock, tht premier .industrial llatect on the New York stock exchange, hioke thiough \\» 1S39 low of 1W Thuisdity The itotk Bold 25SOO shales at ISO and then touched 149!, after which 1500 shttiea came out at 1W The entire muiket diopped with steel When the ISO level wax hit II totiohed oft a horde of slop ordcin Thert* oideia weie executed In fast oidtr Steel monopolired the tnpe A itilng carried th« follow Ing quote*, 1,500 al 1499 2,100 at llflt, Two Suspected of Robbing Chicago Mayor's Wife, Held ti . tHICAOO (Xt 9 -- Mayoi Wlllinm Hule Thompson's demand lor lm- uie^tlale action' by polka lit ·nett- ing /out men who lobbad Mia 'Ihomptwn of tlB,!0 woith or Jowels wai answered Tlnusdav willi [he di- reil or two mon lenlfttlvclv Idenll- (led aa mfmberj of Inn bandit gang The men undei alien wet« Sum ·pnlluUIn nnd W l l l K n i C a u Tiny dt- nled any knowledge of thp 1 1 une but weie held and a.»ient(oned at l e n g t h utter Policeman Potei J OMalliv Mn Thompson'* chsilffoui said Bat- lajrlla ' looked like one of the foui men who held up the mayot n w i l e Monday night and thieatened lo kill him i m I 'I Atterbury Bolts From Pennsylvania G. 0. P. tiv i S u p m l n l r n d p n t A i t h u r T Dnvii of I h p MflHiBchiTM tt« A n t l tnloun league sold l l q u o i condllloni In Bniton dur-| tilit the (onmntion wcie not Idcnl but beitt'i ttmu llitv would hnve bpen I n , I lie old an 11 ion dn* KI.KT KXrVHAN III; I B f l . l l f i t s ] BOSTON, OU 9 Ralph T O Nell of l o p i k n kun . was elu led Thuii- ilus ridtloniil ((niitnaiKki of thi' ( ....... hi i n 1. 1 t n I uf Hn "Kite f h p l f t i i l H icipumli'il i i t i d l l v U ftMlmeinmeniiiMl lo M i n t Utitlti tiin Imied mi I hi 1'iujii 11 " 1 " f n " (tittiiciil I n d l ' n l K l I f n i l the r,i,\nn- mi.nl niiuld IH «iu-eti«ifiil In mill) i inriiien Jolnnl H Kioun nf Ajueilmn of ( . I f f o i J ! s lnchot and foi-watrte(t |il« ( p t l i i t m t l o n n^ « nipmbtr of HIP MutUiniil r i i n u n l t t t i ' lo Oneml liJ lilt forn nf IJA "OH nn n H l n l n d i 10 w , ln l M « r t l n Ri-publimn slute limp fm d i M Ot I I". i h u h mnn nt f i f p u l d k B i m rp*o1tlnj(| * Ihe t t i h e n m t D t l t i l iuirildULvl[y| a n ACCUSCQ 01 Killing Companion Denies Guilt TNDliVNA^OLts' Oct' U -- Hurold Rebels Claim Victories li Four Important States » i t i i i - . Hn/HUn rO,i h i Itilim l fon^ *'\ if l«») lin |x i I tin I N n j HUH n u m l [itnHil t h n t M n t t l n f t m i n i n i c e i l rt ( I i t u i . t l A l t o i h d u , 11(1 S i h i o i d e t of Wubllu Aln pteadtd nut K l 'ilt\ bcfiiie Iud,t Jaiiiew A Threatened Raid On U. S, Arsenal Foiled thi-li (/J(i I Minn OH HIM leui i i|iluil n( Hiwll Aln Ira* K h i Ih* l u i i i t V n l t i i ' i n ff|mrt»d tn ii-liel lirmitn The |i to) n l i m l f l H in HI Ihftt W'n WPII *ilvan Inh fmiu (he M Imi 1'nnJii liirik « f i d i u i l -itiDnft Mil md ttuinl fii^ »f Ihp rmltf tin (nli'inl tula tint, of *t till' n vult t ( P i ileil t h m i i l u i B of *!' n l t i i h u e i nl iSnt»l liniiott pin i In \ n r i h c r n R t n / l l mni-nul foi to bo imed In bunk boldupn Itilled ThnmUv, wlieu li'iue aueited Mil ton Go* In twn ho^i of n«lng them lo atpa! nulorinihtleg to f u r l h t r the |lot T w o dlhet men wwre being loujfhl t'niluitliiHl ^i lucinnplli,** In Ihe proposed jalil M u \ i l n l i r n d Ihut I'hP IIOVB eti(.h H Helled while I r U n f r lo il*irt ft itnlpn molot car iA)il rif.nweU h.ul piomUed lo take thptu Into hli ' K a u g ' AUTIIOBTCKS IMS I/NK , l l l I »1( if I'KM 1 "i;i,P O(,l B -A r w l l f t - I H HPIII l(t Ini( K t h n i r n n hud In i i S m i i i u l t o u r l tu tliUf digits 'i ho pl«ii w«a ctilt'iwl it/lei Judjjf Colllnit titnlLd timtluria to (jimah Ihe ItKlkUin-ntM ll t h r e e bllli accuat S ' h i c i t i l t t of th* miitdtit of an unidentified man, fun ml In the Mobile mini 4 burning utilonioblle, Mny 3) t t a HolmcH, defense attoiney, con tended the Indictments were faulty a f o i i n e i »oliliet actuied i bet niip the b u i n l n g of a body li not a dime nnd the m u r d e r c.bai|i,«fl nen not specific llohneu demtindpd an Immediate tiiul after the plea hml been pntored find Jiulu* Collins Indituled the ca^e bf reaihed Ihii ainntti Uunch Attack On Swlhtrn Territory jit i ,11 i, MO rut lAsnr.u nt fl Th' "I'tnl d f d i i ' i n p rtt Oil "I iPMiHllltin- *'!« in Ihf ^i mh « n « Minled f t o n i J 1 " K«i» nf ^ « n i n C n l h i i r l n n ThiiM- Mtihl "'o hv thp Illinois l mnml«*lnn I h u t t d n y to Mrrd tipfrote a ti P a i m l n g t o n Fulton wond fJeoila t o u n U anil lo ru\ In Knox c u u n t y The to sen e Iheip main tintn Peoria Elm Gat PS atid penoni »lonn the \trtt i I Hii t iiiifi (iiiiiinundei of '^Hih inlliimA iif,i(iii dt Mot Ian nf (lie ^tiiii (if SHO 1'nuln thf u t r p r i . k e hiid been "fiMhniv. i nilniif". \ir-ll Leader Join Troops *· """ 1 " 11 " 1 no si t, iie«ldent of * h) line unnounord o f f l t e i i lemh i d Bnirll an- In w e r e "OHM " '"" almoit rp»(,hed h i n i l f n n r *' C'Khsven Thursday, THE WEATHER FOKICAST FOR 1IJINOIS ~Mi»sth Inlr »mt eontlntifd unrm Innlnht Totnorrnw tn- rrriwlng rtomtlnriw pnibubl) follawed b\ nhotverii In tltn ndrtli unit went portlnnn b a.rtomiHii or iilffht IXJCA1. TKMPKKATt'HI'V 7 p TO \e*lerda\ fl District Bar Association Will Meet In Taylorvffle TAYfXmVIiM.E -~~Thc Disltlcl thp BPC- of thp al lay- the Countty 9U r( . lotvlltu on c u u i t will Oct 17 at THREE MASKED BANDITS ROB WISCONSIN BANK (Hu r/iilliii Pir.i OCONTO FALI^S Wls O(t » - Thipe masked men held up the bank 01 Otonlo KalM Thmnday (oiced foui employed Into th« vault and M- rapad with approximately 4,000 The bandll* overlooked soveial thousand dollars In the eajtes and vault The men Inft the vault unlocked and employe who had bwn forced lo hide Ihere were abln lo release themaelvoi and sound an alarm Publisher's Daughter Petitions For Divorce CHICAGO, OU S Jumen Simp- Son Ji 3i son of Ihe r h m t n m n of the build of MniHhall Field i Co has been sued lor divome by M i a Al- icln Pattei-ion Simpson lecordu of supet lut court bet e i evenled M r t .S!mp*on d a u g h l f r Of Joueph Mtdill Pullrtsuii, puhlUher of the N«w Yuik Dully Newt, and an ofJV ntil of I tit Chfcugu T r i b u n e tliaifcsd dcseitlon in hti null ' I h e youtiB couple w«i« mairiw) in Seiitcuiher, i«7 snd sptnt an extended holievmoon In Palh Th» Lomplnlnl ( h a r d e n t h n t Stmpnon Infl hl» wife after thty had been marrtwd one year Maximum Sentence To Chicago Gangster BAT nMoncr'M/""oU « wii- Hum IsiPtnoth, Chtiaifo gunRfltev, Thtii'tdnj wan nenlPnced io 111 yenis in IhP Maiylund penllenliaiy Tbp tonvltted Sonlieboin pavrull , who ^uceeHsfully eluded Bnl- jxtliu foi almo-d foui yenis jind whuae lefiiil mnneu^eri -ulnLe his conviction ha\a effecled another five month deluy WSM dlapoood of In Judge Stanlonu court tn something teffi llan 30 He'tind» The wnlpiice imponeit on Niarnoth I« the MOO at 1191, 700 at Ii9( «0 al HOT and 3800 «.t MSI Then MO me supnoi t otdeit were un- Irathed and the Issue came back lo ISO in long slnngn ot tiansactlon* Al the low of 149* lh« Isaun waa down llJi pointi dom tho 261! tec- old hltfh made on Hept 3 ItKI The net loss In value of the SWOOOfj ihwei oulalandlnt; was nearly ft billion dollais Steel thli year sold as high as 1989 on A p i l l 7 At I h u i f d i i y s low the stork wna off (*i polnls fiom the high of the year 01 a )om in ma.km vdLlue of $42V00000 NEW YORK BROKERAGE HOUSEJSJUSPENDED Prince and Whitely Declared Insolvent; Stocks Decline Illll I'mini t i. si t NEW YORK, On l» Plinre t "Whltley on» rt the laigesi ytiw-k trom the slot-k exehunjfif Thuriday lot Insolvency Pilnte WhilM in addition to ptnl]iijf Inri,'! 1 iifiicw in New Voik have hianchct hi A k i o n 0 flevelund DMmll, Phlladelpbta Ji»d Rt'iultns PH The xloch matkil w h l i h lifld Rpd to nw IOWH on IH nwn f i r l l e t u n d e r w e n t ^rPatpi when the lu-jjienslon wim imnounced Storkrt iponioicd by the ,ompar v/erc (he f i i h l tn KO S l w h s of Pilnce ft WhildeyTind- in(( Cnrpoinllon whrth in undei tnftnaijpuienl of Pilncp Whlteley. broke Bhftiplv on the t u r b i-Krhanfte Th* eontmon ntwk sold off more than SO per eent io J pei wharc. off 4S and the preferred bioke Ml to 204 club Luncheon will he setved al U 'M o'clotk to vlaltlnx deletalcn and member 1 ! of the bni John B. Ho(t«n of thin t i l ) li iiii'ildpnt (if the (UntrlU aiioclnllnn ftnd I l n n y B Heiahey 7 a m today Noon todflv liowetit lodav Sim ilses ^un t f i r 63 74 *0 6 M S 30 Ml«o of thin cn li the Prize Calves of Douglas County Sold In Chicago It'SCOL^A- D»ii«l*i Oountv Cnlf r h i h ontitfO tincif farewell to their prlzn hahv bme.q, Tue^tnv when the cntloHd of pii?e anlnnols which v,eie shown at the Calf club show lait S f i t u r d a r n ^ t c ahipppd to Cht- r.ijto ^hi»ie they were iold over the hlot k. « F HOOVPI DouglnH county f « t m ivdvi'oi went to Chicago with tho con n i en men t ARIZONA" WOMAN ELF-,CTB» I Hit t I L I I r r i Pit Tt I BOSTON Del 9 - M M Wilma V Hoval of Douglas A l b w»s Thutv dM el«cled pieaUlcnt of the Amerl- in lesion mixlllan Mrs Hoyal defeated Mis Rulh McCurry Brown of Little Rook Aik iHii Vntlril pint 1 BKNTON Ocl 9-- Sliiney B Bopy, $2 oldeit native bom cltUcn of Ben tun, died today Six times muyoi, Espy was piomlAnt In Democratic politics in Si^ihom JlhnoH and npived in the state Legislature In 1809 LINCOLN COLLECTOR ItTVX ilia Una til Prtii) WASHINGTON, OcL »-O H OM ioyd, who uutembled and add lo the axwpinment th« fotemoat colleetlon of Uncoln relics, died here W«dn«- day The collection tn handed In « TFuUdln{r acres* from the Kite of Ford's theatei where Lincoln wns assassinated Oldroyrt, who wan hoin in Mount Vernott. O and waa a. vct- eiftn of the Union army In the Civil war first met Lincoln a a boy dur. mut the Lincoln-Doug la* debate* when he was a newsboy on an Ohio railroad ARREST OFFICERS IN ALLEGED WINE PLOT i B y r J i i i l i f l IT. i ^ 1 I,OS ANGELED Oct 9-A nallon- widc ^on^plitcy to sell giajt* 1nl(.e piodupw in vlolallon of the national piohthltlon lav,i wns chaiB*rl to ihe u n U \ l n f y a i d H Company anfl of Itii offioiult T h r t i s d M ) , In in leturncd by Ihe redetal g i a u d J u i ) h e t e An annual Intoine nC more Umn iSOOOOOO fiom Ib* ttaseiled lileifnl to appio\ii)iatily 2SOOOO ctia- on the Pacific coaiil was e _.i hy pmhibtUon offlcluli who| Imvp worked niBry months on thp (BJU, W a i i a n U foi thu o f l l c l i l a V.SIP li- «upd and bull eel al S r ,000 In each InBlatitc S')ne of the w u r m r i t B weie tent lo U h l t i g u win i e the oomp*n Its julin-lpiil ·- MAN SOUGHT AS BRIDE'S SLAYER ELUDES POLICE St. Louis Detectives Visit Hotel; Find Quarry Flown HAS MARRIED AGAIN fHy uuitt t r ** j SF LOUIS. Mo, Oct 9~CwiK' W E p p t i y believed by pollee tn be the man thmged with the minder ot Mis Com Bell Huckelt near Lac Du Hambeau. W h , dls«|jueiied from his hotel loum Wcdnddai, ahoifly befoie dHccllvci appeared lo n i r e g l him Perry vanished without chef-king nul of the h»til 01 UikInK anv of his baggage Murrlml Afitln The dPlecilveit laid they had f \ l - dtnee that P*Dy h i d intmled one St Louis wonisn and j»opotfpd to aiioltiPi since he cami- h i r e Ihrte weckn a),o He pomd as ihe heir to a WiOOO forlimi- while in St Lault thp dftfetive^ natd Pi'rij 8 Jdentily bexanie known ·when piPdui-s of the fuKlitv ( . nunr- ed h; Wlfcconaln ChlcaRO and fed- eial aiilhui)llrH appealed In a SI Lou In news]ii|Kr anil Ihe lo the PPIIJ «t the hotel w Fhul Kooni Lmph When the police n i i l x e d tit bin ho- tii mom howevei, pnny had inn- tahed The mnn nought r e ^ l d e i P d al tti« hottl lit, oige w K Peny of Chi- fi«o and hnd Innotiurtii himaelf lo olher occupants ot the hotel MUd»r that name Eddler thit Hpck a niajtlagp 11- tense w i n issued to a ricoi^e W K Peny and Mlsn Hullicit MilllKaii of ^t LonH Wfiftl police qu«^tlon« het Thurstlu\, she denied the mar tlage or even, knowing P*iry Identify Plduroa Mis Erorolhv Hiigpity a widow, told police peiiv had pio- TWijed marrlaRe to hei and had told her he Wdt hcii lo an J87JOOO for- tunr She fiuid she hi'SKed ttti lim* to eonalder hi-* propondl M t s W n g p i t y nnd emplojeH of the hole! where Peny flta\cil Idfnftfled pictures of thp m«n uanled In con. necllon with tin slnilnjr of Mi» Hachft! as that of Ihe man being heie Flyers Head For Open Water After Long Wait RALPH CAPONE DRAWS JAIL SENTENCE ON VAGRANCY CHARGE l/fi/ T Mint Pi n 1 CHICAGO, Ol »- Ralph '»- pon», "Seal face Al'w" vaungrr hrolhei, u«s ill-riled th« rout- tony" htx utornevw unlti'd for anl oidficil to ja)J rn Jung* John H !,yl», b*wr« whom Ralph ·pprai««l In Monv oouil. dPtlnifd th»l 'you II gel no tn»" NAME CONDEMNED MAN'S MOTHER AS ACCOMPLICE IN JAIL BREAK PLOT iftjf t/nifrii J'ffftl CHICAGO, Oct 9 CapL Beyd and Lieut Co* nor Pilot Craft Acroii Ocean IS VETERAN SHIP illn I iiti» / l rf^^ ) ST. JOHNS, Newfoundland, |Ocl 9--The monoplane Columbia hopp*d off at I I ;20 H, m, Thursday morning from Harbor Grace. Fifteen minute* Inter the plitn« had ponatx) Si lohn* »nd had headed out to w« rh« plane. In which Clareme D, Chainhetlln and *hailtx A Irvine flew fiom Tvew Voik 10 «eriw»nv J ye»m »BO wrw pltntfil hv J terrol Ho\rt and |J*«t H»- Jury. Emmerson Advocates Change In Tax Law iitv flmi'ti r , f ^ i BLOOMIN.TON Oft fl -- A!nicwt uny churtKe* that Din he nin.de tn Ihe stiites taxing IVH|HJH nnuhi Uc han^ei foi t he bettor fervor not Ij \j ILmniPMon told membeti of the Bloomlngton R o t n t y chib, here llllnolB Tuning st.tPm hM b«- oomi EO Inequltnhle tic nnld t)iat many of our cllie* and L0iintitn sic weighed down by their dlsjuopor- tlonaU bo«l(.n nf ttio com of gov- Despondent Pana Man Ends Own Ijfe Thursday PANA Oct 6 Wony over financial dlffirultlen IH believed to have caused the stilplilu of Samuel J Hol- lowny, a icaldcnl of Pana foi 40 yeain Mr Hotloway committed suicide Thuisilny moinlnp hv shooting lie Jeavpi two nons HPthett and Clnuric t'unprnl arrangements have not been made CRETE" BANK TW»BKI i^lty Jltt\tttt r*i m CRtBTE, Orl n* Two men lobbed the Fatmeri State hanlt ot Crele. of JS WO Thursday while A l t o Rhoe. cashier Vfnfi alone, and Main Mreel wns almost deserted and eacapef! It wai the second lobbeiy ot the bank in two yeari A gang of foui ob- Ulned MOOO In thp fiisl lobben , _ Four Drowned When Stolen Launch Sinks ROl K ISLAND Oot 0 -- The luuneh which Wednexdtw cupaj/cd and Mink In tht Mhilrilpni itver w i t h foiu men ihouid wui Identified Tiiuibdav aa thv picipcUj of M C Sullim ut Mollne 111 w h u naid It win atolen two Juvs HKU The body of 1 ' H t l U.mid U Dav- enpoit la, who nmnni'd iht! «ilt wm recovered T h u i i d i \ tiul the bodies ot the t l n e e othPrj, drowned have not been fuimd rjunld wni acLoropuniPil bv Kenneth ( . i l f f l i h 18. and «nll Smith, 18 both of Rotk island, and nm L«ccy IM, of Inven(i)il Estranged Husband To Get Wife's Estate tun rniir-i i-xit i FRKBPORT, Oet tt MM Nfttioy I'atilnnn Poid of Rorkfoitl, b- [iimi(hc(J the bulk ot Iw «0000 Hlate to hc» i"jlrant(ed husband II \ , a n tcvenled ThuisilDv when her will wm filed in Frpi'porf |jrobat« coin t TK hunbonil and (hl«f beneficiwy of the estale IK Dt Wiltliim K l?oid of Bockfoid Mt 9 Foid died in a hogpltnl neveiul d a \ K aiio us a losult of taklnfc rt (|tmnt)tv of Bleeping jwwtera Foid wn^ cald In have been OVIT her m n i l l a l tioil- indny was tepoitel lo have named Wr« Julia Gto\ha, Cleveland, In a (rue bill on a chsige of complicity In a plot tn fr*e her wn, WIHI«mtn (Rlackle* Lcnhotdt under a dmlh senlMice In the Cook county jail The Jail bieak -wtiit ptevenli-d, b\ u n n i i i n when It wa* upwA b\ Frank H Well, who lepemly confer* scd t h a t he d r o v e the automobile which cmrled Ihe «1«yei nf Alfred J n$\f lo Ihe men* of the minder on June * Belli it contention namt'd Joni-jih Tinum Indiana Rang lender »« lh» mnn »ho directed Ihe Llnitle murder Ttaum hait killed Ihe moat Important w h n r s H In a ea*» »«*ln» him OeoiKe Jeffrey, Untied Slate* district Bltorft"v at Trt* Haute t n d . Mid HlGH~COURf MAY ENTER CHICAGO'S WAR ON GANGSTERS l y Connor Theti denilnntlon In )on- don Fifteen minute* mfur th* from Harbor (lrnc, the pUn over 81. Johns, flylnjr low ftnd. f»Kt to th* "MI A fojt t»r*v«ll*4 on thB gjounit lut it w»* f)f»r hitttd Th* w i n d w«» to th* cant rounded Klnn S^pl M The ])l»n» h»d been hold h»i» ·luce S»|)l B4. ftWnlllnjf fi^(»^»hle wBth(r K M n i t f d ft Dm Mon(t*«t on Sepi n hut WM* fixed to h»ii at ritatlot«(nvMi 1'rlrtOf Kdwurd lund, ihe Haw* day heftmi» «f th* wcnihn T«n d«# hler 11 l"fl for N»wfi]niili»M und lnnl"l «t Harbor of tlttr rittftt Pr*«» 1 SPRINGFIELD. Oct. »-AU*nlion of th« *tale xupremc CO ml wa* i-alled Thurodav to «ffoit» of lh« -lly of Chicago io curb cilme thioush th| ))#|( chaitten Atloiney* foi JaniM B Satnmoni ank«d the couit foi per- mbalon io file a p»lltlon for * »ilt Doth FA|H'rl*nti4 a v»icrsn nlrman *ni| ». » Woild «*i )1« h»* heen « He w»pt shot do»n near 'Atfbruugf In IfilB and *»rnpH to HollBBd, wh*t» ha WM interned. II w»* during lh»l pelted h» ftict conceited !h* project of « lt«n*-At- lantle flight Bovd unH Connor ie. centlv m«i» * return flight, to B»r- muda n i t h ROBPI Q. Wlil)«m* of tiabeaa cotpua to aecuie Snnnion« Spiritualist Accused of " /Hinoii Farmer W ill Not Be Tried JANKSV1LLE, Wls Oct. 9--Herman Englehaidl, Rockfoid, 111, iplr- Itualtat, WAR charged with pmeLlslnij medicine without license heie Thursday, I;ut authdnties admitt«d that they piobably -would not be ttble to bring blm to Janesvlllc for trial Engteheidt was said to be resjion- slble foi Ihe witchcraft icaie which dlatupted a Rock county farm tain- fly thlB week Henry Dorn, 61, was chaiged by hla sfcter, Mrs Heiman Prev with tialn^ sojcery to stop the cows from giving milk and th« fiult tioes from ripening, he told DW Atty Haity Fox at a John roe hemine Wednesday. Th* wltchciaft accusations came after Engelhardt told Doin that h« would not react to spiritualistic treatments because he was "bewitched ' Walter A Diews chief investigate) for the Wisconsin medical boa id, took pait in the heinlng Wednesday Although the state may be unule to exliadltc Engelhurdt on the warrant he will al leant be kept out nf W1s conils, Officials *atd LKOS tHy I'nllrt Pirn) COLUMBIA MO, Get B-- Attei * earcftii ^uriey by a volunteer com- milter of nbaeivei-fl who admitted Ihev poHnibly weia, hampered hv new ilylcs Ihe Miattoutl Student University of MlNhOiirl publication, announce that, moat eo-edK ' have lndlf~ foicnl lofis" nnd Ilml few, If anv posses Htd good looking llmbd l«w i;,»*flij I'mi · I,A 3ALLB. Oi't 8-- Pilnclpals and tea*.hera or lh« It] inol* Valley dlvl*- ton of th* Stale Tencheia asaocla- tron opened a iwo-day meellii^ heie Thursday Moi* than 100 dclegaleA weie present Educational piobltms, uddreanen by educator* and apeeial pnlertalnmcnt are on the pio|[tftin, ilia i rHrid itfitti WASHINRTON, Oct 9--Mr* R«. bcccn Fields, who celabtatetl h«t 100th birthday laal February and was ihe oldest woman publlnhei In the woild, died Wednesday night, al her nearby Maryland home MM Field had published the Mont ^ornery County Sentinel ulncc Uio death of het husband In 1*71. Satmnunt following bin anest In ChlciiKO, woa ordflvd hold on 110 000 1ml! which, on ihe r*quiat of Stale n Attorney John Swantion of Cnnk was raised to IM)000, Jut|te H T,ylt rtlallne (hat tt thin d mount wet nol rtuffHenl to hold Mm he would flit a. higher flRiire Attoineva foi Rammonw point oiil tn their petition that Ih* maximum fire foi MiKraiicv IH 1100 anit ilml SWOOO bull In «ui'h n one In exiun- Kite hut) a long cilmlnal c-«ip*i Mtvou ovet SO yeaia in ih* iwnlten- llai\ and ni one lime being lenienc- «d to hanir on · ehatjr* of murdei He wiu( uprleved by rtovemoi Yale* Inter making hi* e»capi and finatlv paroled and dluohtrfd Malicious Deicrtion Held Ai Grounds For Divorce I\H I it I Till I'HU 1 MILWAUKEE, Win. Oft » -M»- lirluiir dentrllon »niJ Infideitly w*if accepted Thumdav M the onlv junil- liable c»use* for dtvoic* by th* UnllPd Lutheran chinch ot Ametle», In its nevenlh biennial convention. The tullnft on dtvoir* waa cohtaln* cii In a if pot I bv the mnml and *o- clal wclfaie committee and a t«iwln- lion pmbfldjInK il «ai adopted by the "0 cleilcal and lay J« lent ten Htlendlnc lh« convention Adoption of. Ihe triwhiOon, dele- gain mid h»» aeltled on« of th* mow roniiover^UI qtmtlnnii tn the hlntoiy of the rhnrch WKATHKR AHKAI) if)v t no it ftftt i YORK Oct (I Bad w**iher in the path of the monopl*.n» Columbia In »)ld-Atl»niic, Dr, JMn*« H Klmhall .-hicf of the- w*ath«r h»t- Thurnday J)« itaid t h w t »ri^i cm-hfnc mid. ocean, the plane would bad w«alhei, with Miowe.ru and K(ju«)lB, and ·oiil* tag, tmltl fsftitng lh«. *o»Kt »t lietand The fiirti part of the journey I* more fnvoinhle Ahont KM mil** oft* the i-oa.*! of Newfound I mid, he null I hi) flvern ahouW be aided bv can northoaM, windtt, whft-h nhouM («· ih* )tl»nt'» iltf I ilO.d C( .. I MKW -VORK 0«l » Th« CoMtmbla lulfthiud tiv ,, , vtt 8 fi Jimk«i City IW f T wa* at itll on tin Chatham, Mann Th« to*Hfon ft City *M 4707 norih, MBl W»M. Th» 200 fn«i nllltude All a*emM w-11, Th* pl*n« couH 1e rliaP*ined )i)aln1y and W»i Idenllfiext by the nitmb*) HO tin one aMe of IU nliver Ixtdy and an on ih* oihtr SCHOOLGIRL* DIES WHEN HIT BY AUTO iWi; IfnCiit ttmn t HUNTJNOTON, Ind , Oci »- Mftcv tCtlxftbeih llamllioti. A verm old, Wednendaj, allfihied from * itehool bn In fiont of her home and -Nothing U ROM! or b*d but by comparison compere the offer* ·mong th« H*rald'i ClMii»*d Ada befoie you ip«ndyour money. THE CLASH11TIJED 8BCTION MAKES IT EASY AND QUICK TO COMPARE VALUE*' CUutf ied Department Th* Decakur Herald Phone 4161, a Broup of ehtlir«n waitln* to f-v*. h*r · tui-pilxt birthday pirt.y. With h»r bttlhday c»k« hu«*l tn both erma ah* )Mh*t toward her fiknd* of *n the hlHhwny Into lit* NtitiMnohtle ililven tiy t«ftch*r. Clnlf* Holloy, a Heillev w a n tinnhto lo Htnn KlUubfth wan klltMt instwBtty. Ten Indicted in N." V. City Tax Inverti|ition iltv IJ**t»t PIM( ALBANY. N .V, O(t, fr-T«n i»»r- *ona w*t* indlct*t by Ihn Alb*i|r rountv Brand Jurj' Thur»d»y « chM»*» of **rond d*Kr*e fnr**ty In connection with Ih* city tax *c»n4el AmonR i how Indicted *»» Will lam J fiitfthe*, aunnend'd depuly *H^ irtMurer BEOINSTM"* " MKftTONT, ' Dnitilt I'if'f 1 MIDDLESEX, , n^uubibrwiA, nn(., Oct. t-Ctpl. ChftilM B. Kin|r«tord Bmlth, th* noted ocwn f1i*t, d«ptrt ed m S,3B t. m, Thurittey on iolo 10 Aiiiiralln In tn *ffo»l 19 nt · new upetd record. Th« rr*aont m*rk at 1ft dis-n Ml 11 hottri i* held by BtrC Htnkltr. « N*AVV DAV tnf Oet »7, btithdiy of %* 1M« Tlw«4er* Rooiwvelt, is N*% *»y, M K trlbut* 10 the l»t» nf«»rt*ni, wn Thui-nd*y ty Covornor ^ L MM

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