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.3 ur.J . Good Morning . Our duty, though ft ig set 4 bout by thorns, may still be made a .staff, supporting even while it tortures. Jerrold. Hit Tuesday i" Ls. No thtnge m , PALATKA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1921. PRICE FIVE CBNTS ST BOMBING PLOT UNCOVERED IN CHICAGO; UR I REFUSES TO DELAY TRIAL OF POPE . ; : CAUGHT, HFESSES, MITEAND S FOUND ie m Act 01 rui- 71 tomb Under a loe Shop 1 JOB Dynamite Found ick Much Of jof Chicago Asotisted Press.) Sept. 19, A confession lanted and exploded Sty bombs during the obtained, according to Am William G. Smith, men arrested today in ibing the Shoe Repair Kremon. Indred sticks of dyna- Iticks of TNT, said by lives Hughes to be suf- up much of the city te seized by the police apture of the men. of Craft Rivalry today was said to have of rivalry between the Brotherhood of Shoe I the United Shoe Re lon is a member of anization. (Iceived a tip that Kre- to be bombed and 4 it. The live men ap- fiop, one of them car- S The police ordered ler. Instead Richard carrying the bomb, Pie explosion tore the Pi trcw Kreman and ii their bed and broke Wcks around. nfer Is Shot to escape Burke was rh. His companions y are Smith, Micael ' and Carles Young, to have told the po- ifplied bombs for sev- s and also the men Polite say e made a ''it of bomb outrages the Shoe Repairmen ! nicrn. In his alleged I '!l said Burke hired! alary was set at $50 ' had not been able to 1 J j JNames Men pen to lalk fmployment l.ol.i.d Press.) V Sept. lit. Announce 1 of 35 men and ! have accepted Pre ! s invitation to take ' '1 unemployment con " Sinning next Monday i 't by Secretary Hoov 1 ;s will be announced ' Khen all the replies ed. 'es Secretaries Hoov ulius Barnes, of Du- ' Jel Gompers, Chas. John L. Lewis, of the he three women are York, Mary Vank :or. connected witii e foundation, and . of Chicago, an : "onal women', trade CLEVELAND TAKES TOP ROUND AGAIN; PIRATESJAKE ONE Thrilling Finish in 'Big - Leagues For Right to Title Battles GIANTS SEEMGERTAINTY But Race in American Is Closest Ever Known Results of yesterday's games in both the major leagues added anoth er thrill to the race in a waning sea son"s championship. Both of the second place teams won, the Pitts burgh club in the National league de feating the leading Giants in a close game by tMe score of 2 to 1. But the Giants have a seven game lead and are regarded as almost certain win ners. Cleveland did not play, but the sensational defeat of New York by JJetroit gave the Cleveland club a two point lead. The official standing at the conclusion of yesterday after noon's games was announced as fol lows: AMERICAN W L PC Cleveland 90 53 629 New York 89 53 627 NATIONAL 1 New York : 90 55 621 Pittsburgh ..!....: 85 57 599 Adams Wins His Own Pittsburgh, Stpt. 19. New York dropped its last game of the season here today 2 to 1, the game ending with a put out at the plate. Adams not only pitched well but helped win his own game by tripling to left cen ter in the sixth scoring on Bigbee'? sacrifice fly. The Pirates won the game in the seventh with the help of a misplay by Douglas. Cutshaw lead off with a double to left center, reached third on a sacrifice and scored When Douglas fielded Grimm's roller and threw wild to the plate. New York scored its run in the first inning on Frisch's single, Cutshaw's error and a single by Young. In the ninth Kelly doubled with two out and attempted to score on Meusel's single, but was thrown out at the plate. Score by innings: New York 100 000 0001 6 2 4 2 Pittsburgh 000 001 lOx 2 Batteries: Douglasy, Toney Snyder; Adams and Schmidt. and Tigers' Harrison Finish New York, Sept. 19 A terrific batting rally in the eighth inning retting eight runs enabled Detroit to come from behind today and de feated New York in the second game of the series, 10 to 6. Detroit his N'ew York's three leading pitchers for seven hits in the eighth inning. A muff at the plate by Schang let in two men and1 TTetroit drove in five more on bunched hits. Mayes forced -ne run. Ruth had one of his poorest batting days of the season, failing to hit in five times up. Score by innings: Detroit 000 000 082 10 18 2 New York 112 000 011 6 12 4 Batteries: Oldman, Ehmke, Dause m Woodall; Mayes, Shawkey, Hoyt, Guinn and Schang. . Feared An Ocala Citizen Drowned Bt A.-oclotnl PrM Ocala, Sept. 19. Fears are enter tained that Louis Lang, well known citizen of this place, missing from his home for three days, has been drowned in a small lake east of the Ocklawaha river. A serching party today found his automobile by the lake and his hat in a maU boat out in the stream. He had gone on a fish ing trip and when the boat was found today it contained four fish. HOI BREW CANNOT BE MADE IF II HAS A KICK Warning Issued to Cor rect Impressions of Law's Provisions WHAT IS MUG Law Says Cannot Make Intoxicating Wine Or Beer (Hy Associated IVess. Washington, Sept. 19. Warning that the making of intoxicating home brew is illegal was issued tonight ty Prohibition Commissioner Haynes. Numerous inquiries have been re ceived recently, he said, concerning the home manufacture of fruit juices growing out of reports that a head of a household was entitled to make 200 gallons .of wine, a year under permit. " The pronibition units' attitude on the home brew question was defined by Mr. Haynes as follows: . . . "Non intoxicating fruit juice can be made in the home. Intoxicating wine, home brew and distilled spirits may not be made. Two hundred gal lons of . non-intoxicating, fruit juice may be manufactured, tax free, by the head of a family registering with a collector of internal revenue. ''This tax exemption provision has been the source of confusion. The effect of it is not to allow the manu facture of 200 gallons of intoxicat ing wine free from registi'atration of the national prohibition act, but merely to allow the manufacture of 200 gallons of non-intoxicating fruit juices free of tax. Submarine R-47 Is In Distress Says . a Radio Message Hy Associated Pre. I Miami, Sept. 19. A wireless mes sage from th esubmarine R-47, say ing she va. in distress at a point l'.)t', miles northeast of Nassau was received early this morning by En sign Klapproth, commanding the sub chaser 154, lying here. The message was sent broadcast, it was thought. Xo further word has been heard from the submarine. The 1"! was unable to respond having rammed a hole ii: her bow while giving assistance to another boat here last week. The R-47 is said to be one of the hte,t and biggest types of suhm:-.-vines built by the navy. Xo Information at Washinglm Ry Aacocliitril Frraa.1 Washington, Sept. 19. The navy department was unable tonight to identify the submarine mentioned in press dispatches as having been re ported in distress off Nassau, but was of the opinion that it. must be the R-27 instead of the R-47. The R tvpe, it was pointed out, does not run higher than No. 27, Anyone of the number of submarines might have been in the position given, it was said. No official information has been received here relating to an acci dent having occurred to any of the navy's undersea craft, officials said, but steps were at once taken to com municate with ships in the vicinity mentioned in the wireless message and with nearby stations in order that assistance might be started as soon as possible. The crew normally con sists of two officers and twenty-seven men ARBUCKLE MAKES IT UP WIFE HE HAD LEFT TO HERSELF F0R4 YEARS State Is "Rounding Up More Witnesses In Nauseating Case . (Br AMoclat JrM-l San Francisco, Sept. 19 Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle and tha wife from whom he has been" separated for more than four years,, had a reunion here today in the visitor's room at the city prison where Arbuckle is awaiting trial on a' murder charge. He is accused of causing the death of Miss Virginia Rappe through an episode at a drinking party in his suite at a hotel here. Arbuckle clasped Mrs. Minta Dur- fee Arbuckle in his arms, then at fectionately greeted her mother, Mrs Flora Durfee. The three, with the prisoner's brother, A. C. Arbuckle, of San Francisco, then sat down for a half hour of conversation. The grand jury resumed its investi gation of the Arbuckle affair tonight, subpoenas having been sent out for Dr. M. E. Rumwell, the attending physician in most of Miss Rappe's illness, Miss Joyce Clarke, one of the participants in the party, Dr. Kingstone and Reginald Morely, two men who were reported to have some knowledge of the affair and several other witnesses. , Miss Clarke was Questioned by District Attorney Bra'dy today but refused to sign a statement and ac cordingly was ordered to appear be fore the grand jury. 'Vi Lowell , fihermanj of Lbs Angeles, also subpoenaed, is f'enfoute to Chi cago, Bradjrsaidf art no laftal means evist to bring him back. Sherman was an occupant of the Arbuckle suite and was present at the party from which the death of Miss Kdppe re sulted. - Tuggle's Slayers to Die Friday On a Double Scaffold Crestview, Fla., Sept.v 19. J. B. Martin and Putnam F. Ponsell, sentenced to be hanged next Friday for the murder of John Tuggle, at DeLand, July 4, will pay the penalty ijii a double scahTold now being erect ed. Sheriff Steel ordered the double scaffold erected in response to a re quest by the two merit that they be permitted to die together. The two ".-.on expressed their readiness to die once they are assured that they have been forgiven by Toggle's mother and sisters. Robbery was the mo-ti-.c in Wiling Tuggle, they said, nad it netted them only a trivial sum. Aiexa Stirling In Canadian Match Ottawa, Ont.. Sept. 1!). Miss Alexa Sterling of Atlanta, Ga', wo man open golf champion of Canada ..lid the United States, and Miss Ce il Leitch, women open champion of 'iveat Britain and France, each sur vived the qualifyin ground today of the annual Canadian championship tournament over the Rivermeade course. ROJFTON Gets a strong little add on the front page today because yester day he proved the (pulling power of 'News' apace. He said if he sold three Victrolas on Sunday's add in he News he would repeat it twice this week. It's in again today and will be in again Thursday. J That's what Pa Row ton thinks of the proper medium to send a mes sage through. Now You'll Take a Look iat.t fie Ad BUY A LITTLE OF THE SAME COUNCIL JN ATLANTA IS AFTER K.;t AND UK Pass Resolution Asking For Expose of Catho lic Society One Is That Whites In Same Catholic Church With Negroes itlT Aftaocluteil Preata.) Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 19. City coun cil here late today adopted a reso lution requesting that "the New York World and other daily papers, especi ally the Columbus, Ga., Enquirer Sun, now engaged in the investiga tion and exposure of what they claim to be unpatriotic and un-American institutions included in their investi gation and exposure the secreat ob ligations, oaths and ritual of the Knights of Columbus." "In our opinion there exists an un patriotic and un-American secret order,' with lodges throughout the country and known as the Knights of Columbus," the resolution stated in its first reference to that order. The resolution was introduced by Councilman Waiter A. Sims, who later introduced an ordinance to for bid inter-racial worship .in the city of Atlanta. He declared he acted on request of property owners on north Boulevard, who, he said, asserted that both whites and negroes wor shipped regularly at a Catholic church in that neighborhood. The ordinance was referred to the com mittee on ordinances. Action on te request regarding the Knights of Columbus followed an ef fort by Councilman Hoffman to have it tabled. "We are simply lowering ourselves by getting into a squabble of this kind," he asserted. Father's Heroism Saves Son When a Snake Strikes Him i9j AnBOoln4rd PrrMH. DeLand, Sept 19 Mijton Shoe maker, son of Bert Shoemaker, of Daytona, is resting easily in a local hospital today and will probahly re cover from a snake bite wound re ceived yesterday, because of the quick witted ajtion of his father who immediately cut the hand and sucked the poison from the wound. Young Shoemaker was bitten pre sumably by a rattle snake while with a camping party near Lake Winona. He was hcasing a gopher and when the gopher saught protection in his hole Milton reached in after it and was bitten. The boy's father was resent at the camp and immediately applied his own remedy. The boy jpent a delirious night but was be lieved today his father's heroic treat ment had probably saved his life. SENATORIAL INVESTIGATORS MAKING LITTLE PROGRESS (1)7 AaNoeivd lnna. Mattewan, Sept. 19. Senator Kenyon's two man investigating committee still trying to get the bottom of industrial troubles in the Mingo mining region talked again today to scores of people and travell ed over miles of country by auto mobile and train. When the commit tee quit work tonight and proceeded to Huntington the two senators sift ing maze of informal testimony found it difficult to put two and two together and make four. DEVALERA ASKS A INTERPRETATION OF PREMIER m Wants to Know If It Is a Threat. Or An '' Invitation ACCEPT INVITATION TTT O Ml T- way atm upen ror a Conference Tending to Peace (By Associated Preaa) London, Sept. 19. Eamon DeVal era, the Irish republican leader, af ter a meeting of his cabinet today sent another telegram to the British Premier, David Lloyd George, in which, declaring that the Sinn Fein had no thought at any time of ask ing for the acceptance of any condi tions precedent to a conference, he requests the Premier to say whether his letter of September 7 was in tended .to be a demand for surrender or an invitation to a conference "free on both sides and without prejudice should an agreement not be reached." In the latter case, Mr. DeValera states that he would confirm the Sinn Fein acceptance of the invita tion and the Irish delegates would meet the representatives of the gov ernment. Suggests a .Treaty Mr. DeValera also suggests the conclusion of a "treaty of accomo dation and association" expressing the belief that this would "end the dispute forever and enable the two nations to settle downi n peace." The nature of the message neces sitates a further exchange of tele grams unless some sort of an ulti matum is forthcoming. Mr. DeValera wired: "We have had no thought at any time of asking you to accent any conditions precedent to a conference. We whould have thought it is as un reasonable to expect you as the pre liminary to recognize the Irish re public formally or informally as that you should expect us formally or in formally to surrender our national position. It is precisely because nei ther side accepts the position of the other that there is a dispute at all and that a conference is necessary to si-arch for and discuss such ad justments as might compose it." Reply Sent to Premier lly AffNocliiteil 1'reHs.l Dublin, Sept. 19. The members of the Dail Earrin cabinet reviewed the situation this afternoon giving particular attention to Premier Lloyd George's telegram. At the conclusion of the session a reply to the Prime Minister was drafted and dispatched immediately by Mr.' DeValera. S" far as the Sinn Fein position is con cerned it did not appear to change it in any way whatsoever. At the same time it is annimnepi) that Mr. DeValeraa's desire for a conference is strong as is that of his colleagues. The members of the Dail Earrin do not believe that tha nnfoa forwarded to Mr. Llovd Genrn-n wnr open to the construction that they claimed recognition as a soverign state. UNEMPLOYMENT DECREASES IN NINE MAJOR INDUSTRIES (By Associated Press) Washington, Sept. 19. The num ber of persons employed in nine major industries showed increases in August over July, while decreases occurred in five, according to figures made public tonight by the Depart ment of Labor. Iron arid steel industries with 97, 902 persons employed in July, in creased to 102,698, or 4.9 per cent. Manufacturers of hosiery and under wear who employed 26,739 in July had 28,200 employes (in August. Men's ready made clothine emoloves who numbered 32,593 in July had in creased to 34,413 in August OBJECTIONS OF LAWYERS MARKS FIRST Rawlings Announces He Is Ready to Go to Trial POPE TO MAKE A FIGHT Indicated That Change of Venue Will Be Asked (By Associated Press) Jacksonville, Sept. 19. John Pope, local attorney, placed on trial today jointly with Frank Rawlings on charges of murder in connection with the killing of George H. Hick man, local theatre manager, the night of September 4, was denied a 30 day continuance by Circuit Judge Simmons after the state announced it would nol pross the third count in the indictment. Court recessed this afternoon until tomorrow upon plea of Pppe's council that they would ask. for a change of venue. Today's, sessions were marked by the argument of opposing ' counsel on the various motions made by the defense. Seventy-five veniremen were kept out of the room most of the day. Rawlings Was Ready Rawling's counsel appointed by the court announced they were ready to proceed with the trial when the cases were called and stated they had a plea for the defendant, the nature of which was not made known. Pope's counsel attacked the second and third counts of the indictment before asking for the contnuance. ' The third count, which was noil prossed, is similar in effect to the second. The state decidede to noli pross the count after Judg eSimmons had expressed an inclination to grant the continuance if this count remained. No Excitement Prevailed The court room was packed through out the day but there was no un toward incident as the prisoners were brought in and taken away. Pope appeared in good spirits as he came handcuffed into the room. He nodded greetings to acquantances and was joined as soon a she had taken his seat by his two brothers. Frank Pope, of Daytona, who is as sisting in his defense, and Charles, of New York. Rawlings was in scrutable and appeared to have no more than a perfunctory interest in his affairs. After his counsel an nounced they were ready to proceed the remainder of the proceedings centered about Pope. Attorney E. W. Waybright, of Pope's 1 defense, con tested the swearing in of Attorney 1 William A. Hallowes, Jr., as assis tant state's attorney in the case, but was overruled by Judge Simmons. The indictment returned against Pope contained three counts charg ing murder. The first count charges Pope with premeditated murder, the second specifies that he was "then and there present, aiding, abetting, ' helping, assisting, comforting, pro curing, encouraging, counselling and commanding," Rawlings at the time of the theatre robbery in " which Hickman met his death. The third count deals with the alleged hap penings before the killing and charges inai rope aid incite, move, procure, aid, counsel, hire and command" Rawlings.