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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 1

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INAL NORTHWESTERN GREATEST NEWSPAPER LAAYETTE RIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 19 1926 £HE JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1828 Out of Tunnel Into Matrimony AUDIENCE INOS PROSECUTION GRILLS ORMER BOMB ILLINOIS HOME i ALL MEN REVUE MAID IN SLAIN HOME VEBITABLE GEM cps DAVID WUL ANDERSON is delightful HIIGETHIIDNGTO I WATCH STADIUM A 17MENDEAD75INJUREDIN IERY BLAST ON OIL TANKER ran Explosion Wrecks Hulk of Vessel in Dry A ar for (Continued on Page Eighteen) CATTLE EEDERS GORDON TAYLOR The Hospital Sunday un Chicago lx an 1 riday night (Continued on page eighteen) 1 took of An The Weather will iiwii precipl Lian church choir this ever (Continued on page fourteen) i and the the saw was The circulated of 82 will conference proceed di arrlving to pre the high col property know no reader of of of twenty Nineteen urge all are i the when of RAZOR the raz on cross double Sept 14 from from dashing hurried In 10000 sale of in in 19 re the Satn men In the former situations amusing cli particularly to the melo Kendali in connection with a found near his body the print of the left was denied 1921 the sive At home vol but cars Collinsville time and with that "The the past six months an of ten big business mer merger the sense In the a neighbor machine gun day Birger's Hut" flying in were followed by roadhouses near and other minor charge and the to the general charges will lie for lunches SHRINE final sight of November 6 Meiroy Mayor have their entertaining No 276 Vol 7 to outwit win his con Just be It in Mayor Proclaims Novem ber 28 as Special Day to Consider Needs of In stitution Planning Cam paign CHOIR REHEARSAL All members of the irst Chris will meet at 7:30 evening for rehearsal sessions are The Mich Nov 19 Andaste Muskegon harbor Martini ends a two Mort Bloomington in addition to the 96 pieee with of 13( were brought severed county in court found exces in is used generally a few articles is ifc "ciibtful if the occu would have escaped with lives officers said have been made bombing of the is the latest incident in ac "bombing oon Indiana Team Arrives for Battle Weather orecast avorable Many Special jTTains Are Scheduled general committee in charge of) the reception and Mrs Robert) erriday headed the committee on refreshments arm Ohio Speaker raoxyert outbreaks the night A pic and near Herrin in a He will be a de He may testify will be Leopold's the latest novel from the pen of David Wulf An derson of Stockwell and Lafay ette1 has just been placed on the market by leading eastern publishers and promises to bring to the nationally famous local fic tion) writer even more distinction and praise from the critics than either of his preceding successes Blue and Red Like Mr Anderson's other novels "Thunderhawk" is a tale of the Wabash flatwoods It is a gripping story admirably tJd in the forceful and Inviting style and blds fair to be listed among the "best a Birger Jeff Stone were slairi preparations ware By David iawhence gers or combinations have ana Courier WASHINGTON Nov new era In the relations the government and big has been begun which more toward tile preven and turned was killed The Kenneth Larkie Lloyd Miss Merle The of the The machine was badly dam scheme to outfit her is devised scene shifts to Sunny Rest sani tarium where father gets the cure In the final scene we find Mary half of and fire boats and nurses were special willhundreds of Indiana band Purdue Military will provide for be Nathan Leopold to Testify in Murder pany John JT company pomnanv Of 4he missive in question I am quite certain that I would failed miser ably to grasp its import and the signature would have ring no bell of recognition in my think tank any rate I did not receive it and am quite sure that it was not intended that I should receive it and I do not know who wrote it though I have a sort of snbaking idea You see it too was 'found' by a newspaper Two hundred farmers were pres ent riday for the annual fall meeting of the Indiana Cattle association at Purdue university which marked the start of the annual winter feeding ex periment John Wilson Win gate fofmer president presided in the absence of President George Neptune a veteran cattle feeder Prof King of Purdue dis cussed the experiments and Martin Indianapolis and Savage Chicago commission discussed market conditions spection of the cattle' on feed fol lowed "Cattle eeding in Perma nent the principal address of the afternoon was de livered by Prof Tomhave Pennsylvania State College who also is secretary treasurer of the American Aberdeen Angus associa tion in Residence Cohorts of Birger Held Responsible for Latest is expected Extra An intended journey from New York to "the great ended in matrimony in New Jersey for Mary Berbrick 23 of Long Island because they set mile Pennsylvania railroad tunnel under the and dirty they were found by a patrolman on the Jersey side and taken to the North Bergen police station where this picture was made and hasty decision to wed was reached Mary was still in her 'male attire when a justice of the peace tied the knot the secret ost catchy music 1926 Purdue All Revue sorted which had its mier Thursday evening at Mars theater sets a new standard of achievement for lege theatricals In the enthusi astic approval of the production as registered by the first night audience4 there was £lory enough for till concerned in the making of the show To say that there is not a dull moment tri the entire performance is not enough It entertainment from beginning to ena two hours and a lively fyn making brilliant danc ing colorful singing to say noth ing of graceful1 stepping by the agile chorus the best ever seen here in a production of this kind The success achieved by Siegfried the director in trans forming burly Boilermakers into really charming stage beauties of the opposite sex is nothing short of wizardry The foxiest deni zens of the bald headed row would never fathom the deception CLEVER PLOT LINES To 'begin with Gordon Taylor talented young local playwright has supplied a play and lyrics of the highest quality replete with comical genuine humor and maxes the latter clever and well fitted dies supplied by4 Mr As for Mr work it is eminently successful adding Ormiston Through Attorney Scoffs at inding of Evan Alleged inery in Trunk The attempt on the life of the Adams brothers is the second to be made by gang sters alleged to be members of the Birger faction Sev eral days ago two carloads "of men juiced through the town and Arid a fusillade of machine gun bullets into thd home of Gus Adams and a neighbor The homes of the Adariis bro thers are adjoining Their friend ship with the Shelton gang bit ter rivals of the Birgers in the southern Illinois feud is said to have incensed the latter gang against the mayor and hia bro ther In the first attack it is be lieved that gangsters had intend ed part of the machine gun home the it HOUSE Chorus full iustice to Gordon Taylor's lively comedy and loyd the (By tha Associated Press) QUEEN MARIE'S TRAIN Nov 19 Queen Marie today is speed ing homeward to Roumania and her king erdinand She has not thougt sight seeing or receptions virtually concluded her tour terday at Louisville and has celled all plans for visits to cities in America expressing the desire to obtain the first steamer available from New York Reservations have been made on the Berengaria leaving New York next Wednesday Leaving Louisville this morning her train crossed the Ohio River into Indiana with a delay at some unnamed point to allow the queen and her party undisturbed rest At Storrs Ohio her majesty pre sented autographed photographs to the boys of a foundling home Col John Carroll who is acting as host to Marie was raised in thehome PRINCE LEAVES TRAIN Prince Nicholas left the train at North Bend Ohio motored to Cincinnati from where he left for Detroit Her ma jest ''will go direct to Martinsburg West Virginia where she is scheduled to arrive at 8:20 o'clock tomorrow morning Thence she will be driven by automobile to erry by way of Win chester va ana win rectly to New York morrow night VISITED LINCOLN Yesterday on her seeing trip Queen Marie visited Old Kentucky at Bardstown Ky and the Lincoln Memorial shrine which houses President birthplace at Hodgenville Ky Princess Ileana did not visit either of these points but rested in her private car at Louisville during trie day She Prince Nicholas however led reception and ball given during evening ley for the owing to the speed maintained had missed BOMB SHATTERS attack occurred earty this morning The bomb tore a gaping hole in the front yard weather boarding off the house and practically every window and door in the structure was shat tered Windows inxthe houses on both sides of the 'mayor's home were blow out Neighbors living in the vicinity were aroused ana tt the scene A night watchman said he the car from which the bomb thrown speeding westward car was traveling at such a rapid speell he said that he could not identify the occupants nor tell the number of men in the msehine The detonation of the bomb was heard more than two miles from the town Authorities speculating on the power of the bomb said must have contained a large amount of dynamite in view of the terrific blast that occurred Had the thrower of the missile hurled it ten feet further and struck the house pants their rests The home tivities of the gang war that has kept Williamson ranklin and Sa line counties in turmoil due to killings and machine gun attacks on homes and roaa Houses BLOODY EUD feud which had been for some time broke on October 26 body an unknown cause unhurt How many of the crew injured could not be determined the ship yard dropped their tools after the roar of the explosion of the blazing Mantilla and One been taken under consideration and in most instances the advice of the department of justice has been ac cepted In two or three notable cases the department's view that a law wduld be violafbd has been chal lenged by the lawyers and the matter has been taken to the courts for adjudication Prominent among these cases is that of the Rand Kardex company whicli in sists that the merger of the Li brary Bureau and the Glabe Wer nlcke company is not a of competitors which the term because in only there 'any similarity of product and the one concern sells to large cd sutlers and the other to the smaller In other words the department of justice lhas undertaken to find By the Associated Press BALTIMORE Md Nov 19 Seventeen werfe known be dead and 75 injured as workers plunged frantically By the Associated Press CHICAGO Nov 19 Edward Martin attorney for Kenneth Ormiston missing radio oper ator oi' Angelus Temple Los An geles today made public a letter purporting to be from Ormiston who branded as the man better given outby District find' "al so the trunk of feminine finery found in New York It was first expres sion since the contents and letter were made public Cali fornia authorities bad announced their belief that finery found Vin the I trunk belonged to Aimes Sem ple I McPherson Los Angeles evan gelist and that the Darling letter was a missive ex changed between Mrs McPherson and1 the radio operator DENIES SEASIDE JAUNT Ormiston In t'e letter repeated his denials that he was with Mrs McPherson in a sojourn in a cottage at Carmel by the Sea Stating that his attorney had informed him that the dear know what I amazing "trunk story Ormiston "m' opinion can be ade expressed in one word THE COURIER ESTABLISHED 1831 20 PAGES TWO CENTS Barbara Tough Recalled to Tell More About Razor Owned by Rev Hall irearms Expert Testifies Regarding Bullets ound in Heads of Murdered Couple JOLIET III Nov Leopold Jr who ard Loeb murdered young Bobby ranks in ago will state serving a life sentence in the trial of six charged with the murder of Peter "Klein deputy warden prison break fense witness Sat rd a It second passage through the bar red doors of prison since he was sent to the state penitentiary here two years ago The first was when he was transferred from the old prison here still houses "Ijoeb to the new prison at State vllle rear here Leopold was being disciplined in the solitary cell house in which Klein had his office at the time of the murder and prison break He had been caught stealing sugar Chicago three years be brought front the penitentiary where lie to testily convicts Proposed Mergers Are Presented for Consideration Department of Justice to Ascertain Whether There Is Conflict With Anti Trust Laws Informal Decisions Are Rendered GAME 5ATU fiDAY George Bernard Shaw' Rejects Nobel PrizeInternational 'Jews Service STOCKHOLM Sweden Nov 19 The $37600 financial award of thB 1925 Noble prize whjch George Bernard Shaw yesterday refused to accept will automatically be funded and reserved for the Nobel library of the Swedish Royal Ac ademy it was learned today Six Persons Injured IP' hen Auto Hits CotvInternational Mewa Service SHELBYVILLE Ind Nov Six persons were recovering from injuries today received when their automobile ran into a cow a mile west over injured driver Allen Hatke uneral The funeral of Henry Hatke be conducted from St Boniface Catholic church at 9 o'clock Sat urday morning Burial will be In St Boniface cemetery Mr Hatke died Wednesday night at bls home southeast of the city Little Theater Players of Purdue Set New Standard of Excellence in Latest Production" at the Mars mv uoiv aiatuu tmu Vimed ably directed and blessed witn a cast and wonder that do Sunday November 28 has been proclaimed to further the interest of the Iofay ete Home $250000 building fund campaign' The text of the proclamation is as follows: "To the People of luxfayette: Ifayette Home hos pital has determined to appeal to the public for a $250000 building fund which it urgently needs to clear Itself of debt and to enlarge its capacity for patients and "Whereas The record of the hospital is excellent for the three decades since its founding and is such as to inspire us to do allwithin or power now to help this worthy institution and "Whereas The clergy of the greater community have' petitioned me to proclaim Sunday the twen ty eighth day of November Nine teen Hundred and Twenty sixHospital and have de clared their intention of advocat ing the hospital campaign before their respective congregations on that day when so designated therefore do I Albert Ross Mayor of Lafayette "Proclaim Sunday the eighth day of November Hundred and six Sunday and do earnestly people in Lafayette to attend their respective places of worship on that day in' brder that all may collectively as well as individually consider the vital importance of making the Lafayette Home hos pital wholly capable of the valiant service it is conscientiously striv ing to perform and I herewith af fix my hand nnd seal this nine teenth day of November in the year of our Ixird Nineteenth Hun dred and 'Twenty six (Signed) ALBERT ROSS of Lafayette Ernest Grey "City (Seal) BUSINESS STIMULANTS Journal and Courier Classified Ads are always effective Tlrey go Into the homes as a personal messenger who is ill of further She es can other Ion interurban I of them coming from Many will motor in points The carry fans which with the band of 130 pieces feature musical entertainment the fans before the game and tween halves TICKETS GO RAPIDLY About 700 tickets remaining sold early riday afternoon i steadily wore on and a last? minute6 rush Saturday bleachers have been erected across the south end ofi the stadium addition to these there are general seats on new fair church ederation the church parlors Thursday eve ning' with many present A pro gram and refreshments were en joyed The entertainment Includ ed piano numbers by Mrs Dean iMc CJusky musical novelties by 'Lindsey and Wagner of Purdue clarinet solos by Temple ton ccotnpanied by MIhs Maude Leiter and group singing Mrs Government and Business Adopt Co operative Policy Tast minute being made riday for the annual meeting of the Indiana Conference on social work which in this city at 7:45 Saturday evening with a general session at Trinity church James Risk chairman of the general committee reported that nearly 40 legislators had accepted invi tations to attend and would be here for one or more days and also to attend the Purdue Indiana game Saturday afternoon A final meeting of all copimittees was called for 7:30 clock at the owler hotel Local committees nlanM eomnlete for what likely will be the largest at tended conference eVer held by the organization rom 400 to 500 visitors 'from throughout the state are expected Sb that the visiting delegates may view the new county museum in the old high school btlilding at ifth and Columbia streets the museum will be open perhaps Sunday and Monday afternoons Exhibits were arriving all day riday for the institutional exhibit at the Central MC A Basket ry and rugs from the state penal farm Eastern Indiana hospital for the insane and other institu tion products will be on display The general public is invited to view the exhibits as well as to nil meetings Of special interest will lie the toys made by boys and girls in the Indiana School for the Deaf at Indianapolis NO REGISTRATION EE Conference leaders late riday afternoon issued a statement cor recting a report neing that a registration fee be charged for the This is false There is no admis sion open only and the conference banquet Wiley was charman of the not bllt there wpre Im chn ro 120000 counterfeit coins The notes 1 1 1 lb 1 wrB ifunivu uni 1 1 1 vouis up Special Gifts und of Red Cross Growing Tippecanoe Red Cross roll call is proceeding rapidly Ad ditional contributors to the cial ifts" fund are: Merchants National bank and Schultz Woolworth company Hurley and Sons company Penny com moner ana sons Barlett A zfsscLssin of wo Gets Life Term in PrisonBy tho Associated Press TYNDAIL Nov 19 Walter Sweifel 34 year oId farm er of Parkston was sentenced to life imprisonment in the state penitentiary for the murder of his brother and mother in law t6 which he pleaded guilty Using a shotgun Zweifel killed his vic tims Monday night at the farm of his father in law John Gross near Scotland He also wounded three others who are recovering of Shelbyville The cow wore Miss Irene Larkie Miss Tlnsie Allen rances Keith and Miss Keith all of Boggstown cow ran suddenly in front car aged i Lake Steamer Safe MUSKEGON The whaleback steamer which cleared Wednesday for Milwaukee has ar rived safely at Sturgeon bay ac cording to a message received to day Leathen Smith com pany joint ow ners with tjpe Cleve land Cliffs company had asked coast guards to search for her fearing she had gone down in the storm Wednesday night Tne boat had 24 men and one woman aboard to be dead and 75 injured as workers plunged tranticallyinto the blazing hulk of the Norwegian oiltanker JMan tilla wrecked by an explosion id the dry dock of the Bethlehem Steel company at Sparrows Point this after noon The crew of 35 including Captain Nils Danielsen was aboard with an undetermined number of dry dock workers when one of the vessel's tanks blew up from Captain Danielsen was reported were included among the dead or Startled workmen in other parts of and silence reigned for a moment Then screams arose from the interior dock hands plunged through the flame and smoke to give aid side of the vessel was blown out Hurried calls sent fire equipment Baltimore ambulances doctors 1 1 ARMS AlD LEGS TORN Rescue workers reported that many of the injured out with their clothing afire and with arms or legs majority of the crew are natives of Norway Pieces of steel were hurled more than 100 yards by the blast Officials said had the explosion occurred ten minutes later the cas ualty would have been much less as most of the workmen would then have been off the vessel Barlett A ny Roth florist Burt Motor company Mrs Ross Mrs Whitsei and Mr and Mrs A Poorman Uncle Sam Destroys $500000 Bogus CoinUy the Associated Press) WASHINGTON Nov 19 The treasury has destroyed $500000 in money but it all was counterfeit It was captured ry service over a long period Trial of Convicts By the Associated Press) 19 Nathan with Rlch State Court Reverses Judgment Awarded in Suit Against Railway international rews servicei INDIANAPOLIS Ind Nov The appellate' court today versed the $9000 judgment of Newton circuit court in favor of rank Blank enship who was in jured when his automobile was hit by a Monon train at Ba'ttle Ground Tippecanqe The anDollate damage granted was Then care of was the reply and Case came back with an objection which enaea Tne testimony Inspector John Underwood Jersey City the 78th witness the trial testified that he was charge of the investigation which led to the present trial and that he received the calling card said to bear a finger print of Willie Stevens at 'the horfie of Commis sioner Beggans' in Jersey City on The mant anew luillet riddled Jones former bartender at a roadhouse owned Charles Birger was found in creek county body of William McQuay in a coupe near was filled with lets These killings the burning of West bang On John gangster of Coin by gangsters who had driven into the little town and called for the mayor and Chief of Police Keith Keith was shot in the hand as lie fled down the road after Stone had fallen under a volley of shots Meiroy was killed when he ranto the assistance AIRPLANE ATTACK November 12 Carl and Bernie Shelton were arrested in connec tion with the robbery of a mail messenger at about the same of Gus Adams werer riddled bullets Later hoad house bombed by two men airplane Covey Murder Trial Jurors DeadlockedBy the Associated Pro JEERSONVILLE Ind Nov 19 Jurors in the ease of Clyde Covey 19 year old monkey wrench slayer apparently were hopelessly deadlocked today after being out since 4: 30 yesterday after noon Covey is charged wll the murder of Eddie Spooner gov ernment depot warrant officer following a game of dice This is Covey's second trie! the jury disagreeing in the first trial in September ALLEGED leader BOMBING GANG OUND MURDERED international Service) CHICAGO' Nov 19 George Martini alleged leader of a bomb ing syndicate found slain in an automobile near his home earlv today He bad been shot through informed him thn public wafts to think about the and love wrefte quately Regarding the trunk I naturally have no means of knowing I do not know if the trunk reported as delivered to Mr Keyes in Los Angeles is or is not my As for its contents I more than any gullible the) THANKS KEYES OR we come to that touching though cryptic little letter I have to thank Mr Keyes for a real thrill The newspapers in form me in great headlines that I a "dear darling in some estimation I am really an optimist I knew there must be a catch in It somewhere and sure enough upon wading through many lengthy col umns I found that only Mr Keyes' trying to establish a repu tation as an expert in the art of NO RING IN THINK TANK I been the recipient Stockwell Third Novel Has River olk Plot By the Associated Press) VIENNA Nov 19 The condi tiqn of King erdinand of Ru mania is considered in banking circles here whicli are in close touch with Bucharest to be so ser ious as to justify the anxietyof Queen Marie who has cancelled bcr tour in the United States AH official sources howevir silent or evasive regarding condition of erdinand Dock and Screams of Imprisoned Work ers Spur Comrades to rantic Rescue Work more laurels to his reputation as an effective theatrical coach In "Assorted he has fairly outdone himself and wins world of credit particularly in his skill in developing that marvelous chorus that is the outstanding feature of the production The story of the play concerns the love affair of Harry Harrisondashing son of a millionaire and Mary O'Neil of a musical comedy triumph Of course wealthy father objects to his son 'marrying an actress But the members of stage troupq are loyal to her and the tile company devisesa clever scheme to outwit the elder Harrison and sent to his son's marriage how tliis is accomplished must left to the stage presentation would not do to let the public on the secreL PRINCIPALS EXCELLENT The play opens with an orig inal conceit two pages appear ing before the curtain to explain the prologue As the screen is lifted the audience sees the stage of a New York theater where "TwinkL has just conclud ed its closing perfornfcince The dilemma Js explained the ine Biuuuuin and then the Open Saturday City Ready to Entertain Several Hundred Visitors at State Conference on Charities and Correction orecast today for Indiana: Mostly cluody tonight and Satur day slightly colder tonight con tinued cold Saturday laical temperature from 7 Thursday to 7 a rtdav: Hleh 30 low 27: mean 28(6 tatinn A2 trara rf Rnnw I Letter Branded As Pure Kelly 16 and James' out through the four Hudson river Tired upon their emergence known as a and He had in numerous homo Overcast 'skies and cold weath er but no rain or snow tiiat is' the official government forecast for Lafayette Saturday a prediction that is especially interesting lie cause of the battle be stinted at the Ross Ade stadium at 2 Saturday afternoon when and Indiana meet in their annual gridiron encounter A blanket of snow covered the stadium playingleld riday noon but men were put to work sweeping it off and by late afternoon the entire grid iron was free of snow and in good condition The vanguard of alumni and others returning for the game be gan coming into Lafayette riday afternoon taking up reservations at and crowding fraternity and sorority houses on the campus Every available hotel room lias been taken for the weekend and hundreds of other rooms had to be turned down PAGEMEN ARRIVE Coach Pat Page and his Indiana University football party of 3'J men arrived in Lafayette at 2: 06 riday afternoon and pfter stopping at the owler hotel went to the Ross Ade stadium where the squad engaged in a limbering up workout of about an duration The team is making its hrfidftHnrfprs nt th VnwUr hntpl nilOniir Purdue squad also had a light Illi LI I I I 1 1 I I work out and went to the Lafay yl I HI I I I I I I I I I ette Country club to spend! the lilL L1 13 1 I 4J I i 4 night aiOof from the excitement SPECIALS SATURDAY Hear Lecture and inspect! Special trains from Bloomington land a from New Experimental Steers at All any the home town ot 'great nanoacK win arrive in ia (fayette about noon Saturday' and I other special trains are being run companies several 1 ort Mayne from nearby COURT HOUSE SOMERVILLEN Nov Miss Barbara Tough former maid of the home of Mrs rances Stevens Hall today was recalled to the witness stand by the state in the Hall Mills murder trial to tell more about the razor which was owned by the Rev Edward Hall who was slain four years ago with Mrs Eleanor Mills Mrs Hall widow of the slain minister and her brothers Henry and Willie Stevens are being tried for the murder of Mrs Mills choir singer in the Rev Mr New Brunswick church Earlier in the trial the prosecu tion Introduced an old fashioned razor but it has not yet been admitted as evidence THROAT SLASHED The throat of Mrs Mills was slashed after she had been shot tliree times In her earlier testi mony Miss Tough said that the razor introduced by the state was not the same length as that which was owned by the Rev Mr Hall razor where was it asked Alexander Simpson special prosecutor today "In a small medicine an swered Miss Tough "Can you positively say whether you saw the razor in the cabinet after the I can Miss Tough said she remained in the HaU home as a maid until ebruary following the slaying on the night of 1922' NEVER LOOKED OR you ever look for asked Senator Case examination replied the maid Simpson put in: took the medicine closet STATE RESTS ITS CASE By the Associated Press COURT HOUSE SOMERVILLE Nov The state rested its case against Mrs rances Stevens Hall and her brothers HenZy and Willie Stevens this afternoon after thirteen days of testimony A motion to strike out all testimony) as to finger prints calling card of the Rev Hall which the state has contended bears index finger print of Willie Stevens Queen Marie to Sail Wednesday rom New York Royal Visitors orego ur ther Sight Seeing to Speed Homeward Bedside International News Service BENTON Ill Nov 19 Gangsters speeding by in an automobile hurled a dynamite bomb at the home of Mayor Joe Adams of West City near here today shattering every pane of glass and blowing off the doors 1 of the home hurting no one dor out the Ward "The I by i a near Equality in Saline On the same day the Pockets was found huddled up Herrin His body machine gun bul Dynamiters Speed Swiftly Away in Auto After Explosion Wrecked Every Door and Window Brothers Outrage Conference On Social Work To entirely between business may do tlon of illegal mergers and trusts than all the Sherman law prose cutions in a decade Instead of waiting until a mer ger is ah accomplished fact or a combination in restraint of trade Is already in operation the de partment cf justice has Invited business men to bring their pro blems here for an informal ruling so as to prevent If possible vio lations of the law Under the supervision of Col William Donovan assistant at torney general this policy has been gradtally dto eloped until to day it CJUi be that within average Church Reception Is Presbyterian Event A reception intended chiefly for members a semi annual at at Central Presbyterian under the auspices of the was held in Martini' was organizer linen indicted outrages and was charged by police with being tho leader of a syn dicate who The death of tho $250000 bonds under which ho had been held were forfeited diminishing as the day ARE 1 it 1 onen soace NEW IN A MR K'i WIEl ill KKOK XJHIl i.

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