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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921
PAGE TWO I I INVITES SUPPOR T GROSS COIEIM Republican A. P. Leased Wire ' WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. Presi dent Harding, In a statement to the American people, called attention to I ha national convention of the Red Cross at Columbus, Oliio, next month and Invited support for it. The statement follows: "To the American people: "The executive committee of the American Red Cross has arranged for a national convention to be held at Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 4-8 Inclusive, its particular object is the assembling f as many as possible of the great number of devoted men and women who undertook voluntary service in behalf of humanity during the world war. Many of them are still giving time and activity to the permanent program of the Red Cross and the ronvention will concern itself with a discussion of those activities as they bear on the present and future wel fare of the nation. - Public meetings will be addressed by distinguished speakers, and the convention will be brought o a close by a pageant setting forth in attrac tiv fashion the history of the Ameri can Red Cross and the program of service mapped out for the future. "As president of the American Na tional Red Cross. I Invite. all who have at heart the continuation of helpful and patriotic service of this organ! cation to Join In every consistent way all efforts to insure the success of this convention." . . , ' ' ' o Crowds In Line Wait Two Hoars -Cont!nued from Page One) M UU. -Banna mnA Tlr William Ophuls of the Stanford university medical school, who -made the first post mortem examination, iwere the principal witnesses tooay. pAimf Bruiaas on Bodv Dr. Strange said he found bruises on Miss Rappe's upper right arm, apparently caused by finger marks, two bruises on the lower abdomen, anal nrViora n n the thiehs and shins. u. in. nf which he was unable to state. Dr. Ophuls and- Miss Grace Halston, a hospital nurse wno was at h nnit mnrtem. both cor roborated Dr. Strange's description of the bruises, and coroner's photo graphs of the body also were offered a evidence. A too- in tha hlartller Wall abOUt three-quarters of an Inch long was described Dy ur. jsirange. u that the bladder and other organs - v,-a haon r,i-.Tvcil. bv Dr. Ophuls in a chemical solution, the tendency of All American Eating And Drinking Place. Owned By Americans - - and American Employes Remember every glass we use is washed and dried. This is a state law. Do they ALL do it? ' .. FAYWAY " BUTTER STORE 16 N. Central Ave. which would be to shrink the tissues. He said he believed that death came from peritonitis resulting from the ruptured bladder, and the the rupture was caused by some external force. Dr. Ophuls said he was called in for a post mortem examination by Dr. M. E. Rumwell, the physician who at tended Hiss Rappe in most of her last Illness. He found the abdomen horribly distended," he said, as a result of the rupture, and a conges tioh of blood in several organs of the lower abdomen. . The rupture, he surmised, was caused by over-distentlon of ' the bladder, resulting probably from some cause from the outside. Miss Halston's statement that she believed the bruises on Miss Rappe's arm were made by the grip of an other person prompted a lively de bate over its admissability between Frank Dominguez. Arbuckle's chief counsel, and Milton T. U'Ren, the as sistant district attorney who con ducted the examination. No Cross Examination Judge Lazarus finally let the testi mony go In, with the qualification that he would not attach much weight to it. The defense did not cross examine any of the witnesses, much to the surprise of the prosecution, accord ing to U'Ren, who said, he had not prepared for the use of more wit nesses today. At the request of Do minguez who said he had no oppor tunity to rest between the time ne concluded a trial In Los Angeles yes terday and his .appearance In court here today. Judge Lazarus put the hearing over until 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Bambina Maud Delmont, the complaining witness, Alice Blake and Zeh Prevost will be among tna wit nesses tomorrow, the district attor ney announced. , . Mis. Delmont accompanied Miss Rappe and Al Semnacher on the trip from Los Angeles to Selma. Fresno and San Francisco that ended in Miss Rappe's death. She, Semnacher and two other women witnesses were present at Arbuckle's party. Comnarativehr few . tilts between cousel occurred today. Although the examination of the witnesses was de void of excitement, smiles went round the court room several times as U'Ren pleaded with Dr. Strange to talk in understandable language Instead of usine such terms as "exomls," hu merus." "deltoid." "anterior" and "oosterier." .-"''.. Dr. Strange d'd thereupon the best he could apparently, and ITKen final ly located the "sternum" by process of elimination at a point between the Adam's apple and the upper ribs.. ' Court Room Crowded Finishing- his testimony Dr. Strange looked around for an exit but found the only way to leave the witness chair was to climb over two railings behind the judge's bench, so great was the crowd. Although many women unable to get Into the court room submitted to fate and stood patiently on the stairs leading to the second floor where the examination was being held, others refused to be satisfied and called on Chief of Police O'Brien demanding their right as "citizens and taxpay- ers to be given a seat in the court room. Semnacher. who called the district attorney by telephone yesterday from Los Angeles to request -that expense money be sent him so he could come to San Francisco to testify, arrived here today by automobile. He was taken to the district attorney's of fice immediately and detained .thqre during the hearing. District Attorney Brady said that he received a telegram from District Attorney Edward Swann of New York, notifying him that Lowell Sher man had been located and had said he would be In San Francisco for Arbuckle's trial if desired. Dr. Artrur Beardslee, the house physician at the - Hotel St Francis who attended Miss Rappe for a day after the party, had not reached San Francisco tonight from his hunting trip 'In the Sierra Nevada mountain from which he had been called home by the authorities. During the session Arbuckle took time to read a special delivery let ter sent him from Los Angeles. He seemed greatly pleased with it and brightened somewhat. While the hearing was In session, Robert H. McCormack, assistant United States attorney general charge of prohibition prosecutions. and E. Forrest Mitchell, federal dis trict prohibition' enforcement offi cer, conferred on the evidence that liquor was' served and consumed at the party In the Hotel St. Francis, where it is alleged Miss Rappe re ceived her fatal inj-.ries at Arbuckle's hands. Mitchell, who returned from Los Angeles today after investigating certain phases there of the party's alleged liquor supply, said he had questioned Semnacher and that he had made 'a' eiy good witness." o Governor Harding Says Bankers Are Past Acute Stage Republican A. P. Leased Wire CHARLOTTE, N. C, Sept. 22. Gloomy forebodngs of last winter with respect to the banking situation are no longer justified and can be dismissed, Governor Harding of the federal reserve board declared in an address tonight. "The banking situation has greatly Improved," he said, "and although readjustment has not been completed, evidences are multiplying that we ave passed the most acute stage." Governor Harding stated that in the immediate future much would depend on agricultural developments and the manner in which this year's crops ere marketed, "With proper co-operation by mer chants and bankers." he said, "those engaged in agriculture have. oppor tunities and prospects which were not anticipated a few months ago, and it is of vital importance that this co peration be given. "It should be remembered that to maintain our production we must push our foreign trade. Some means must be devised for extending long time credits abroad or in Interesting American Investors in foreign proper ties and securities in order that the xchange rate may be corrected, o- Sugar Loaf I Bon Ton . . . . - - . t f " I . . 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Herron said his agents had located "Dolly Mason." the worn and from whom Hightower said he obtained information which enabled him to find Father Heslin's grave in the sand dunes south of here, and that this woman's testimony he be lieved, would clear Hightower. Her ron described the woman as a con sort of Uender. o Weeks Opposes "Retiring" War Time Officers Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. Emer gency officers of the army disabled during the war "don't belong" on the retired list of the regular army, al though deserving of every consid eration at the hands of congress, Secretary Weeks said today, refer ring to his attitude on the retire ment proposal for such officers fos tered by officials of the American Legion. The contract made by the gov ernment with regular officers, guar anteed them retirement pay because of conditions of the service which disqualified them from making ade quate provision for old age or their ise, Mr. Weeks with war time officers was a different matter, he added, and placing them on the re tired list merely would "load it up.' There were now eligible lor re tirement under the plan urged by the legion, he said, some 2,000 offi cers. and the number would . con stantly increase as the years passed. BRITISH CHARGE SOVIETS AIDING REBELS HDIA Maddock Answers i-v i quale provision lor Douglas Charges tarTe .sees Of Mismanagement PRESCOTT, Sept 22 Thomas L. Maddock, state engineer, tonight faced James S. Douglas, millionaire mine owner of Jerome, across, the hall of the local -chamber of com merce and, responded to charges of the latter, made recently in a letter to the Prescott- commercial body. In which he alleged mismanagement in the administration of the state high.' way department. " - . . The -state engineer Introduced fig ures from his . records to refute charges made by Douglas. These fig ures, he said, showed that the Gran ite Dells section of the Prescott-Je-rome highway had cost the state from 15,000 to $3,000 less than the federal aid estimate. - Two weeks ago, Douglas wrote the local chamber charging that con struction of this section of the road was costing three - times wnat it should, and said the taxpayers would be amazed when records were finally bared. Maddock promised to make public all figures in connection with construction costs." Charges and counter charges were flung back and forth across the hall. At the close of the meeting, the chamber of commerce extended State Anti-Beer Bill Takes Up Time Of U. S. Senate Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. Th anti-beer bill virtually monopolized senate attention today but made so headway. The legislation, the Anti-Saloon league's activities and acts of federal prohibition agents were scored in an address by Senator Shields, democrat of Tennessee and later the senate got Into a parliamentary tangle which was not unravelled when it adjourned until tomorrow. A motion by Senator Sterling, re publican of South Dakota, to . give the bill right of way was made late in the day but after a wrangle as to whether the motion was debatable. Engineer Maddock a vote of thanks I adjournment was taken. for his talk. SHEARMAN FOUND NOT GUILTY OF KILLING DRY AGENT (Continued from Page One The outlook for the bill was com plicated further by announcement of plans to call up the tax revision bill tomorrow Opponents of the prohibition lesrls latlon refused steadfastly today to grant unanimous consent to expedit the beer bill end threatened to con tinue obstructive tactics o smoke cleared Beckett and Wood lay I fCll IV II 1"V tClAI"! A A k.l- V.,,Av. nl.rrul with mnt laiUlt WVO.. ....... WW. B f ' - . ' - . wounds. The next day the elder Shearman, his sons John and Allen, and an em ploye of the ranch, Toroas Mendoza, were arrested, and the same night 1 Neil Shearman accompanied by an attorney drove to the county jail and surrendered. The case came on for trial in El Paso in June, and it was only after the greatest difficulty a jury was ob tained, talesman after talesman swearing they had discussed the case and formed unalterable opinions or that they were opposed to the pro hibition law. The trial lasted eight days and resulted in the acquittal of Allan Shearman and Tomas Mendoza and a disagreement as to C. P., Neil and John Shearman. On motion of the state a change of venue to Mid land was granted. The Shearmans are under bond in the federal court on a charge of re sisting with fire arms a federal of ficer in discharge of his duty, the indictment growing out of the inci dents that led to the killing of Beck ett and Wood. No indictment cov ering the killing of Wood was re turned in the state court. Something Saved on Everything. REGULAR. PRICES Kellogg's Corn 10 p Flakes, each . .. AA' Post Toasties, "lip Each . Quaker Oats, A n Small size . Avondale Oats QO Large size .. .. ouV?. Jewel Compound, f"1.., $1.38 Bob White Pc Soap, each .... " Fancy Bellefleur Apples, Per box Bon Ton 21-23 East Adams Street Across From Adams Hotel Palmolive Soap, Qp Each ........ Rainwater Crystals, Large 9r Size ....... Standard Corn"! "I p Per can J-J-v, Standard Tomatoes, Large lOp Can J-t- Libby Pineapple, Large 9Q Can . $2.19 Sugar Loaf 130 North First Avenus Next To Gazette GERRY AMENDMENT CUTS INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RATE (Continued from Page One) without providing for a Just and equitable reduction to the Indibidual whose. income is less than $15,000. The statement made a general at tack on ths tax revision bill, declar ing it to be "unsound, inequitable and inaerensibie." "The bill." It said, "continues in the main, all the annoying and bur densome income and other tax pro visions of the old war revenue bill "The bill will continue to subject our people to the annoyance, uncer tainties and burdens of taxes that only war conditions justified. "We believe a change should be made in the system of taxation, but as members of the minority we can only hope to succeed, if at all, by con centrating all our efforts in an en deavor in the senate to modify and change these important features of the finance committee bill which we deem to be most unfair and unjust." It was explained that the statement was in nc sense a minority report, which will be submitted later. The majority report also has yet to be submitted. Chairman Penrose told the senate that he hoped to have It ready tomorrow. He plans at that time to call up the tax bill with a view to having it read and brought to immediate consideration. And Religion Enters Debate I Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON. SepL 22. The Ku Klux Klan, and religious intolerance today entered into debate in the sen ate during discussion of the beer bill Senator Watson, democrat of Geor gia, asserted religious liberty had not been secured In the United States under the charter granted Lord Bal timore. while Senator Stanley, demo' crat, Kentucky, insisted that "there was only one place in all the civilized world -where man could worship his God and the dictates of his con science and that was in the province of the Catholic nobleman. Lord Bal timore." . . 'I am here to fight intolerance whether It whets its knife and lights its torcn in a Ku Klux camp In Georgia or whether in Western Ohl It takes ttie form of these miserabl general warrants." added Senator Stanley, referring in the latter case to the Anti-Saloon league which has Us headquarters at Westerville, Ohio. T will meet the Ku Klux Klan is sue when it comes up." declared Sen ator Watson. "Until some crime is proved against the society or some other secret society I will withhold my judgment until the guilt of the accused is established o- Former Officer Of Nogales Is Held On Immigration Charge NOGALES, Sept 22 William Lor com, forrner merchant patrolman here, was taken to Tucson this after noon by Chief of Police Jay Lowe, acting as deputy United States mar shal, where he will be arraigned be fore a United States commissioner on a charge of violating the immigration laws. Patricia Robles. a Mexican woman. Is the complaining witness in the case. She alleges, officers say, that Larcom 'brought her to the United States from Mexico in 1918 and again, in 1920. PHYSICIANS FIND ASSAULT EVIDENCE IN TRIPLE MURDER Republican A. P. Leaeed Wire LONDON, Sept. 21 The British government dispatched a strongly worded note to Moscow calling atten tion of the soviet government to al leged serious breaches of faith In volved in the purusuance by the Russians throughout central Asia and Afghanistan of a campaign of Intri gues against Great Britain. An ex planation ib demanded. The note details a number of flagrant violations," of Russia's un dertaking under the trade agreement with Great Britain to cease anti British propaganda, and enumerates activities of the Third Internationale of Moscow in India and Afghanistan. The note declarestbat the British government has evidence of confin ed intrigue with Indian revolution aries in Europe and alBO refers to he activities of Rothstein, Russian representative at Teheran, who is declared to be importing large sums and known to oe subsidizing Persian newspapers to carry on an anti-British campaign, it compains that the sovieta are supporting the Turkish nationalists. The gravest charge pertains to the Russo-Afghan treaty and M. Chiteh erin's Insistence on a clause provid ing for the opening of consulates in Eastern Afghanistan. The note says the government possesses Indisputable evidence that these consulates are regarded by the soviet . government as prospective centers of propaganda. The noto asks for definite assur ance that, these activities, constitut ing breaches of the trad agreement shall cease. The note accuses the soviet of try ing to induce the Indian anarchist Kaflz. to proceed to Afghanistan and supervise a bomb depot on the border of India, to facilitate the importation of bombs Into India. It declares that the soviet used every persuasion to prevent the Angora government from arriving at a peaceful solution with the entente powers ...... ' o ' . Pan-Presbyterian Alliance Chooses Dr. John McNaugher Republican A. P. Leased Wire PITTSBURG, Sept. 23. Dr. John McNaugher, head of the Pittsburg Theological Seminary, was unani mously elected president of the Pan- Presbyterian Alliance today. Dr. J.' R. Fleming. Edinburgh. bcotiand. was elected general secre tary of the alliance and secretary of tne European section, and Dr. H. Bi Master, Philadelphia, secretary of the American section. It was decided to hold the next al liance meeting in 1925. Republican A. P. Leased WlreJ DOWAGIAC, Mich- Sept. 22. While Cass county authorities today continued efforts to solve the mystery surrounding the murder of William Monroe, bis wife and 17-year-old daughter Neva, three physicians tes tified before the coroner's jury that marks found on the body of Neva and her 10-year-old sister Ardith, who was beaten with the club with which the others were killed. Indicat ed that the girls might have been subjected to an assault. G. W. Green and J. H. Jones, phy sicians-who conducted an autopsy on Mrs. Monroe and Neva, stated they found bruises on the latter which might have resulted from an assault Similar bruises were found on Ardith according to Dr. H. S. Herkemer, who attended the child. Ardith continued today to show signs of improvement but physicians said her condition still is critical. o Woolen Manufacturer Says Spring . Prices Will Not Come Down Republican A. P. Leased Wire ROCHESTER, N. T Sept 22 Prices of woolen goods will not be reduced for the spring season of 1922, T. L. Foulkes, of the American Asso ciation of Woolen and Worsted Man ufacturers declared today before the convention of the National Associa tion of Retail Clothiers. 'Fabric prices for the spring of 1922, are based on as low, if not lower wool prices than those of 1914," he said, "and you know that wool, in 1914 was at an export price. Indeed, the woolen Industry was prostrated In the total depression of business generally. , "Labor has been reduced II H per cent since the war and cannot go further." : O . lPtedE to the Lyman dam project, the case was continued until October i. A stipulation was made by counsel. for both sides, agreeing that no war rants are to be drawn on the general fund for the interest until after October 3. ' ' The temporary injunction sougnt by Rowlands has not been issued yet by Judge Stanford. Rowlands alleges the defendants unless restrained will draw the warrants for the interest due on 1637,000 loaned to persons in Apache county in the Lyman dam project on the general luna oi me state, using as their authority an act known as senate bill No. 165 passed by the last legislature which author izes the loan board to remit the in terest due on the loans until the year 1925. He declares the act is uncon stitutional because it extends certain privileges to a certain class without granting the same to the people as a whole. The suit was filed, Sep tember 17. wouloWduel, BUT UW PREVENTS One night this week a man who claimed to be a stranger in the city called up Justice Nat T. McKee and wanted to know what the laws of this state were in regard to duelling. The justice informed the man he did not know lust what the state law was. but he was sure it was against the law to fight one, or to challenge another to a duel. ' "In that case I wil have to find some other means of clearing my honor," the stranger remarked tra- gically. . ' . He thanked tne justice ior ins in formation and then kung up the re ceiver before Justice McKee' could find out who he was and what the affair was about. Probablv the man decided to q into Mexico to settle the matter- Mows PROPERLY DELIVERED properly selected properly clustered properly ; . presented : for any occasion ARIZONA SEED & FLORAL CO. 28-30 South Central. Phone 13SS m , , ' II DEMURRER ARGUED N LYMAN D M SUIT Following arguments yesterday be fore Judge Stanford on a demurrer interposed by the defendants to the suit of William E. Rowlands for a temporary injunction to restrain Governor Campbell, State Treasurer Earhart and State Auditor Fairfield, as members of the state loan board; the state treasurer, the secretary, of state, and the state auditor from pay ing from the state general fund the interest due the state on loans made You! You cannot afford to have , any dental -work done until you have received our expert diag nosis of the condition of your teeth. You will find us to be skilled, conscientious dentists, ever striving to give you the best in dentistry at prices within reason. ; COMPLETE DENTAL DIAGNOSIS FREElf OAS ADMINISTRATION K-RAY John J. Sitkin Frank L. Sitlrin MONIHON BLDQ OPPOSITE PHOENIX NATL BANK WASHINGTON AND FIRST AVENUE PHONE 6005 Onions have taken a sharp . ad vance and are expected to go higher. according to reports in the local mar ket. Potatoes also have advanced in price and sales are holding firm. Local green beans, okra and egg plant and sweet potatoes are arriving in quantities and are meeting with a ready sale. Th first shipment of Brussels sprouts of the season was received yesterday, as well as a large shipment of 1921 crop almonds. A shipment of new bulk imported Hol lowi dates in 70-pound boxes has been received, and also a shipment of new pressed figs. A car of white globe onions,' a car of yellow globe onions, a car of Diamond "P" pota toes) a car of mixed fruits and vege tables, a car of California water melons, casabas and cantaloupes, a car of Utah King David, Jonathan and Delicious apples, and a car of bananas have been received. Oranges, grape fruit and lemons have taken a sharp advance. Prices in the local markets are as follows: Retsil Berlins Prices Apples, a box $2.25 Apples, lb , 08 :l .12 Almonds, lb 40 Alligator pears 50 Bananas, lb .15 Bell peppers, lb .20 Buach vegetab'a, 2 for .OS Celery 30 . . Cucumbers, lb .12 Cantaloupes 10 .12 Va Casaba melons, lb "5 " .. Cabbage OS .. Dry onions - 08 Dromedary dates, pkg. .20 . . Eggs, dozen .47 .. Egg plant OS Flour, 24-lb. sack.... 1.0S . Fresh Arizona dates.. .40 Grapefruit 10 .. Green beans 12H .. Green corn .&0 Grapes .1214 .IB Garlic .... .10 . . Lemons, dozen .40 Lettuce. California...- .10 Lima beans .12V4 Oranges, dozen ...... .SO - .. Olives, quart ..85 Okra 10 .. 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