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SALESMAN TO FACE
; SERIOUS CWES
jMelvin Burnett Is Accused at
Moorhead in Connection
With Child's Death
Moorhead, Minn., June 26—(/P>
Charges of manslaughter loomed as a
possibility today against Melvin Bur
nett, salesman, driver of an automo
bile which Tuesday collided with a
machine driven by C. N. Platen, Fer
gus Falls, resulting in the death of
Marjorie May Flaten, four, in a Fargo
hospital early Wednesday.
A coroner’s jury, at a continued
session today, brought back a verdict
the girl had died as a result of care
less and reckless driving by Burnett.
A warrant for Burnett’s arrest, who
is in a hospital with injuries sus
tained in the accident, will be issued
sometime today, according to H. C.
Stienlng, Clay county stae’s attorney.
Stlening said he has not decided on
the charges to be preferred. They
may be manslaughter or reckless
driving, he said.
An unexpected development in the
case came today* when Miss Valborg
Leland, who, with he# sister, Miss
Hildur Leland, was in the Burnett car
at the time of the crash, developed
abdominal complications. Her con
dition, according to physicians, is seri
ous. Doctors said her pelvis is badly
shattered. The two sisters are music
teachers in Fargo.
The inquest opening in Moorhead
Wednesday developed into a sensa
tional hearing when Mrs. Flaten
charged on the stand that Burnett
was “too drunk to crawl into his car
after the accident,” and that both
Leland sisters were Intoxicated.
During the hearing Hildur Leland
collapsed and was carried from the
room.
Delay Action in
Hurdsfield Case
Fessenden, N. D., June 26.— (IP) — ;
Legal proceedings in the case of
Ernest Swadlow, 20-year-old Milton
youth charged with attempted rob
bery of the Hurdsfield bank, were de
layed today when the boy’s father*!
expressed a desire to see the youth t
before any further legal action was j
taken. The father is expected to
arrive here this afternoon.
Swadlow was captured by a posse
after he was foiled in an attempt to
rob the Farmers and Merchants State
bank at Hurdsfield yesterday. Taken
to Fessenden, Swadlow expressed a
willingness to waive preliminary hear
ing a-nri go before District Judge Fred
Jansonius at Bismarck for sentencing.
Last night, however, the elder Swad
low telephoned John T. Layne, Wells
county state’s attorney, and asked
that procedure be delayed until he
could arrive in Fessenden.
Rines Concedes
King’s Election
St. Paul, June 26. (IP) Henry
Rines, member of the department of
administration and finance, today
conceded the Republican nomination
for state auditor to Stafford King in
a statement in which he pledged his
support to the nominee.
Congressman Porter
Is ’Sinking Rapidly’
Pittsburgh, June 26—(JPh-Congress
man Stephen G. Porter, chairman of
the house foreign relations commit
tee, was reported “sinking rapidly” at
the Allegheny General hospital here
today. He has been confined at the
hospital since June 11 suffering from
cirrhosis of the liver.
FATHER DEFEATS SON
Rochester, Minn., June 26.—(AP)
—Dr. W. D. “Pop" Shelden, 60-year
old veteran, defeated his son, Hunter
Shelden. 2 and 1, to win the South
ern Minnesota golf championship.
Everything musical tonight
at the auditorium, 8:15.
Acclaimed the Great
est Laugh Hit in Years
They’re Shouting
About It—
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The Comedy Hit Broadway took to its heart now spills its laughs
for creation. You’re in for the screen treat of
your life!
ALSO
. Our Gang Comedy - - “BEAR SHOOTERS”
Fox Sound News
Today - Friday and Saturday
Matinee DaUy 2:30 - Evenings 7:00 and 9:00
Adults 35c until 7:30
C'r’tol Theatre
c. M. T. C. Candidates
See Chautauqua Plays
As Committee Guests
Youthful soldiers attending the an
nual Citizens Military Training camp
at Fort Lincoln are privileged to at
tend free of charge afternoon pro
grams which are being presented by
the Chautauqua entertainers at the
city auditorium.
Wednesday afternoon a large group
of bovs in uniform attended the mat
inee program. Saturday afternoon
they will see “The. Fool.”
Supreme Court Justic L. E. Birdzell
added another link to the “Citizen
ship Chain” yesterday morning when
he addressed the candidates on “Con
stitutional Government.”
'flhe Bismarck juvenile band, di
rected by Clarion Larson, gave a con
cert at the camp last evening.
Stored Grain Won’t
Be Sold Until Price
Rises, Legge States
Washington, June 26.— (1P) —Chair-
man Legge of the farm board said to
day the grain trade need have no ap
prehension of competition from the
wheat held by the grain stabilization
corporation during the coming
months when farmers will be moving
the crop to market, unless in the
meantime prices rise to thS level at
which purchases were made.
Ohio City Officials
Deny Liquor Charges
Cleveland, June 28.— UP) —Three
former Canton, Ohio, city officials
pleaded not guilty when arraigned to
day before federal Judge West on a
charge of conspiracy to violate the
prohibition law. The three were in
dicted late yesterday in* secret indict
ments by a U. 8. federal grand jury.
Call Money Rates
Sink to Low Mark
New York, June 26. UP) Call
money loaned on the New York stock
exchange today as low as 14 per
cent, the lowest rate since August,
1917. Day-to-day loans were renewed
at 2 per cent, but funds were avail
able in such supply that the rate was
later cut to 14.
This is the lowest rate in 13 years
to be posted on the floor of the ex
change. During June of last year, the
call loan rate ranged from 6 to 10 per
cent, and in June of 1928, from 54
to 8. In March of last year, it
touched 20 per cent.
In 1915, and during several years
previously, funds were available at
times at 1 per cent, and have been
loaned as low as 4 of one per cent.
Lake Pike at Gussner’s.
Mothers Are Learn
ing Uses of Magnesia
From the beginning of expectancy
until baby is weaned. That’s the time
Phillips Milk of Magnesia performs
the greatest service for many women.
It relieves the expectant mother’s
nausea, heartburn, “morning sidc
ness.” inclination to vomit; helps her
digestion. Its mild but effective lax
ative action assures regular bowel
movement.
Phillips Milk of Magnesia is better
than lime water for neutralizing cow’s
milk for Infant feeding. A teaspoon
ful of It does the work of a half pint
of lime water. It is a mild laxative;
harmless, almost tasteless.
All drug stores have Phillips Milk
of Magnesia in generous 25c and 50c
bottles. Always insist on the genuine,
endorsed by physicians for 50 years.
“Milk of Magnesia” has been the U.
S. Registered Trade Mark of the
Chas. H. Phillips Chemical Co., and
its predecessor, Chas. H. Phillips,
since 1875.
FREE: to young mothers and pros
pective mothers; “Useful Informa
tion,” an invaluable little book on the
health of mother and child. Write
the Phillips Co.. 117 Hudson St., New
York. N. Y. It will be sent absolutely
free of charge.—Adv.
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, TUNE 26, 1930
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