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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 27, 1933, Winnipeg, Manitoba TKMrF.K.VTi HI-: HEADINGS Press Thermometer KetKl p.m.. Oct. 28 'is (Free 50.30 p.m.. Oct. 'is '-I I-.'.HO a.m.. Oct. _ a.m., Oct. 1U For rull text of Meeorologlcal of- fii-i- one. Sun T8; mm sets. 17.15 rises. 15.02; moon sets.-- WINNIPEG, EKIDAY, OCTOBER. 27, 5c per Copy Copy; Edition Tvitli Comic, I Oc 22 PAGES Mortimer Davis Secretly Wed Magnate Must Definitely j! Reveal Position on NRA Within j Next Few Weeks Roosevelt Orders Steel Men to Confer With Him About Coal Workers' Terms hinsii'ii. Oct. 27. Decisive; the United Slates govern-' alfec'iiig Henrv Ford and the ij.r steel companies, on issues capable a constitutional lost of tie NBA nrosr-imme. Thursday, were I'O'ight iiiio immediate prospect. the next few weeks Povd must satisfy the government that he is complviny; with the auto- code or have bids on import- ads discarded. Heps merit j. INSULL British Engineers Work on New Train Design Evidence in Illinois Action Against Former Utility Official Heard in Toronto Court Argument For and Against Return of Defendant for Trial May Be Ended Today .in', c rV-'J1 mines required by Raymond Loder, cosmopolites. She was Lady Davis ek and J-ve been Mortimer Viiat time Roosevelt j They were married secretly last December at to receive the agreement will be forthcom- in. imTeJiKtelv. or to lay down his crescvintion oi working arrange- "ents ill these shafts which. ivnUke mines, send their whole output to the siec-1 mills that control I them. i 1'iiioii l-i'tHions I'r.'MilfiH. England. House. Thursday, by a i of Cnion leaders. It said i niese coal produclnt: com-; Danlo- hi.v-e refused to recognize the Workers of America and tar-iiii collectively with the; closer TvOTesentatives of their em- i plovr" Wo are Uumaiidins recogtu- Ln ol our union the sume con- and as prevail 111 tin coimr.eLvUU of this territory. Lepi lor tu, uiira-- "vecogn.Uiy, mis what lh.' txccutivu l.uil ivquirt-d or ll.e 1 ragic Toronto, Oci ni-lu as ihr Kuiii.v" I 1-rrM Ocspalcb) rit: incstioii iiu v m pending nei'.otlfttlon of a h-> liiey failed to do. lu .non v. lh. iee Two. Column Kinir) Seize Five As Hostages in Bank Raid And Escape With (As-acialcd I'rcr'- Despatch.1 Norfolk, Neb.. Oct. rob- bers rushed into the Security state Bank just beiore closing time Thursday, grabbed approximately dollars and escaped. five Hostages were forced to accompany them nearly a mile in two auto- mobiles driven by members of ..lie gana. It was Nebraska's bank robbery this week, S6.135 having been tftijen Jive men Tuesday from the Merchants National Bank at Ne- braska City. tout! hi-Diiii'lit forlli I'.v v roinul early i in I- .Iniy.fil I'rijin a.t. niul-iil ti-rnoou m hi a basUri I'tit' til WHS tin-ssei! her ill.' liesplte t.hc fnct thai. ay Tliursiliiy l v woolli'ii (fun a ill an 1'rcss llrspalch.) Toronto. Oct. 27. The year-old effort of Cook county, Illinois, to take! Martin .T. Tnsull from his Orillla.S Ont., home and him to trial In Chicago for flncl grand j larceny neared a. climax Thursday j night. Argument of counsel on Cool; county's motion to have the former. Midwest Utilities' prince extradited from Ontario may be completed be- fore Mr. .Justice A. C. the vast holdings in She United States mlddlcwest which colls psed iiicl v.'hoae extradition from Greece also soueht, Martin Instill sac quietly throughout Thursday's hear- at Oasjoode Hall during the evidence of two of his former em- ployees and his counsel's argument. Defense Presents Arsumcnt Addressing Mr. Justice Kingstone late. Thursday, Defence Counsel P. 1. Hellmtith declared that under Can- adian law grand larceny and em- bexxlement may be considered "theft or stealing." He spoke after Oscar B Peterson and C. L. Hitchcock, both of Chicago, and both formerly em- ployed in the offices of the Middle, I West Utilities Co.. an Instill holding j 1 company, had been examined. i "Under certain circumstances." I I said Mr. Hellmuth. "T think there j might be B case of false pretence." 'but not In this case, at any rate.'" i Specific of which Cook county seeks to have Insull extra- dited and cmbi'i'Klcment of 8344.000, and icuni Ictmipnr.'d to the figures in which ihe .Mr. HtflhTiuih con- tended.' IX-tils With. 'I'ruiisni'lions As .outlined by defence counsel Martin Insull's stock rransactioiiH were iniide by "borrowing" from the Middle WPM'._ ntilitiPS. He J-nio L-. Cnlunni 'rlirpcl GANG IN U.S. Indiana to Use Own "Trigger Men" in Attempt to End Activi- ties of Escaped Desperadoes Are All Expert Marksmen and Will Be Stationed at Forty- Four Strategic Centres 'nil.. On. M'irv r-nsim i- cm ion Inn ni p'mreiice but iwence of militarism or imperuulsm Ki'fers to Dlsnrmamcnt of His nation was to be put oft any longer. bu, bh- to unem- MimicipalitiKS may be f' province cost of and fccuins single, homeless plovcd men-Page 2. jio countrv that ever expen- troubles. tnced "inflation would ever want to .-------__ go through it again, says Premier Ben 5. War memories recalled when mem- lim of Western Universities Battalion association celebrate anniversary Page 5. RT, Rev Adams, bishop t Cariboo, elected bishop of Kootenay la succcsr-lon to Bishop 18. conclusion _. by Av" v at c-0'vd descended imexpcctcd- c.o.vd ci mlu 18' -na ordered about 400 workers to i-o l heir iobs. Tlie workers stop- feEH'-HS CiMievu, Oct. 27.--Thc Intel national Labor Bureau Thursday received a letter from the 'German minister of labor officially Informing the izatlon the withdrawal of the leioli Dauntless Dereeh is One Egg Nearer World's Record from the League ol Nations includes iCanailiaii Tress Despatch.1 Oct. Deri-een" was an egg nearer a world s N-i7is affirm in atiblic and private, )3eca that Hitler's groat .achievement is tci activity. ave "iven Germany back her sell >le was ,va.lkins home lute -1 hu, ,v- respect. Trodden tinder I day night hhn irdm SO K. gUTl'l-i Up -illU J11 _ irvn _....... n n 1'.! n tin 1 YDl'ldO 11 tin j-gvo] O t3C and in arm. thf Diinds Major_ rormid- iustniiily clostd v. ith a's.-ailan'ls tilid blow in till- boVcver. grubbed chel containing dcwn the t'.tres were now in oiled on the stoce- .serving Winnipeg from tho vhe char-e WHS to p by Hitler, and Germany ftgain takes her place as a first-chtfh' world 1'i-ar I'ltlinale Aim 'Delay and evasion in reaching -nV effective disarmament policy Is now recognlMd as fatal by cnlightcnea world opinion, but the. i men and Nation. Ions Mt- alt New St friendly McCorrnlck's 10 men ami Germnny and her clulnis. that Europe today lacks roiuKiM. which, wns dropped in the SII-URE The major followed t.he men .1 distune.' but was not- able l ,1 them He intormocl po...... I'Ulv y Hall, oi Uiuisvilli.'. v.'aa to Miss l.nurn, daughter oi well-known Winnipeg pioneer, c, li. oV a v.-ry vweping character :viri! rauniK "long the inti'i'iiational brVncHiy south of Crystal City, i-nd iHi-mers wore loslns their diTopiU1 lire Policy Towards Financial Restoration of France to Be Surraut Says Signs of Recovery Hitler's record Thursday. Promptly a.t H.15 a.m. the white leghorn, owned taj M. H. Kuttledge, oE Sardis, laid nti egg in 360 days. Eyes of poultrymen all over. Canada were focussed on the Dominion experimental farm here as 10-L (to sive the official name) proved her chances ol Bettering ,u. toetween world record of 357 eggs in 365 days. WEATHER REFORT where More Strong Than in Commonwealth i Recovery trend saining in strength asserts Major Anthes. Manufacturers' Australian parliament finds printer and publisher of Sydney Sunday Sun guilty of 7. Wheat futures prices at the close of trading Thursday were 2c to lower for the lo. Paris, Oc ed Press Cable.) to Pagnon (same minister Penny stocks lead trading activity I 111 13, tinue a policy of financial restora- Premier-Designate Albeit Sar- put the finishing Thursday night on his mtalstry. Georges Bonnet, In accepting again te K.S icuvi o Standard stock .and mining ex- change Further increase in employment shown in Dominion bureau report for IB. Scotland Yard scouts theory that venseful Indian sought to kin vvia- ingdon's 6. Options on all properties required Jo: cross-town highway have been T. Decline sets in at close of I Iftr session oE Montreal stocK c-v 14. Tom Kernahan rolls high, three Same o! 632 in Mercantile Bcvvim 16. Arty snobs scored by Lawrence Ticbc'tt when he arrives in Winnipeg. 18. Arsenal hopes to oust Tottenham from lead in English soccer Paq? 17. Wmooka will be Riven chance today j avmre defeat, on American turl. Page 16. .'ollowinB is of SUM from the wlnnll Roe at l a.m.: Canadian FI-C.SS for positive ideals is pos- t end free nations, omas, secretary for in a speech here, 'The Mr. signs nee at T a.m.. ie labor, Eugene Prot (same min- tOT thc nrocedinK ister of education, Emile Lis- 22-. barometer. 30.08; bonne; minister of colonies, Francois miles per hour; maximum Pietri; minister of air, (same minister uu.ia i luiica )jci uuui Pierre cot minimum humidity, merchant s been c the finance portfolio, stressed "imperious necessity of financial otontlon" and added that "M. in full accord with me." Prcrnie" Albert Sairaut early an- nounced formation of a new mims- which varied little from the cab- net of former Premier Daladier. himself as premier and mm- Jacques Stern; minister of pensions, Hippolyte Ducos; minister districts, ana of health, Philippe Marcombes. Pledged to continue a policy ial restoration, Premier Sarratit Onta of lover wester.ii and northern Oi.taiio. Mi Ma hat worked ceaslessly since his desigim- tlon as premier by the president to form a cabinet replacing that oi M.jyt Daladier, which fell Monday. Aklavik Ft. Simpson Sml til itaert _ aeorse of Cabinet. Georges Bonnet was also chosen to hold his former position as minister o finance. The other ministries were nnnounced as follows: -nee premier and minister of jus- Albert Dalimier, former minister minister of the Interior, (same Abel Gardey: umumi, winvii. ACII IVictC'l'la M Snrraut, a-popular senator, pub- Vnnc0nvcr _ Usher, and Radical Socialist party member, during consultations at tne marine ministry sought support o. the whole, left wing, except Commtin- IgJVift ists and Socialists. Although he was promised the backing of dissid Socialists and scattered votes from centre and right parties. Shortly after deciding definitely _tu accent the commission to form a min- lie obtained enthusiastic en- dorsement of his programme to bai ance the budget at a confereu.v.i 23 H 20 21 00 50 _ 30 26 is Calgary _.-- 20 Lctlibridge 20 Med. Hat _ 24 S, Current _ 22 Battleford _ 8 pr. Ainert 18 Moose Jaw Regina .Brandon Kenora PC. Arthur Cochrane Moosonee llitnt.sville Parry Sound Lc-ndon Toronto Kingston Ottawa Montreal Quebec St. John ance e with Radical Socialist colleagues ami Charlot'town FORECASTS Manitoba-Noruierly to partly clotldy now' flurrlca. orujeriy crtjv. and cold with announced a stknd for _y.. tlic buc A cimiay wn.n against Inflation and devalcrlzation, minister] n and M. Daladier s, party ssjs s-aus irs. local siiower.: id Rainy Riv CT in Canada, Australia, New IB 22 improvement, 22! taken place the nine tions to work common good. In the ultimate pac Hll.lerian policy. Morris and Strong Must Stand Trial at Ottawa on Charge of False Pretenses (Canadian Press DcspaUh.) Ottawa, Oct. 27. Charged witii having obtained 520 by false pre- tenses from T. Prank Abeam, MJP.. Ottawa, in May, 1932, Eustace A. Mr. Abeam, president of the Ot- tawa Senators Strong, 25, both wj, and Leonard Morris 2o National hockey league Huch Carson, outstanding star Capital lacross_ team when niany WinniprK Howillii flub irnival in Odd Follows' oi McDonnot viih l bund of Mount- ...rschooi of Jnlnntry in w- A' M'-lntvrc inin E. A CitM-nitl were ii-tituri'S of. l lie Win- TeucheiV association Conven- tion in Oniral school, 1. i On' 'hi- .ommittee was working energetiCHlly on the prepar- lor the Wiiniipi-g Cricket club ihall Heber Archibald, C. C. 'Chinrnmi W. R. Baker. J. n. Moore, F H-nderson, Mr. Justice KiHam. 'c. P. Wilson. C. Boamos. C. Pnrdcs nr.d W. Bain, secretary. 'rn'c "crystal'city Ctirlim.! club w-ia ovganii-.ed. with the ot- Honorarv president. Ui. Bid- James McNiimee; H. Argun; sccre- T. Greenway. ._ per.i the latest period iomlnibns and Kingdom had were less strik- I said the minister, "the Ottawa r-miWnce remains not only a land- mark in tne history of the Empire ?ut a striking example to the world It is possible for a, group of free na- It is poa together for the Thursday of mi.klnis to tin- non-exiatent or- Winnipeg were committed "They idenunod Uieir for ma, by Police Olen statures n a late leci-e-W of Ottawa and branch oi the A.A.U. o) o. swore that "never had any tinowl- thc Capitul Athletic Club o. either o.'litiaily or unolflcjal- E. strike Mr. Ahearn was withdrawn. tool! Mr allegation wns that t Jls office place on September 20 last. In earll'er proceedings Thu: Morris was committed lor trial charge murder of Strong; but testlHed denying any implication of The outcome of cell; president, vice-president, T K. Tl.lrtv Three letter-curriers depots, A. "B" and were establitslwd to Ki'CKter expedition in o ttitauting Winnipeg's'lT. Thomnti. .1. A. Cuthbertson and an official to bu yet jMiss ArmlnBtoj) arrived to take i charge of tin- illapeita Land I L Lines. 61 railwayman and horseman of the the attention fri-rs' n court "for the greater v. Both Winnipeg me planned to soli'' subscriptions s.. ;