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THE DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1921.
GARDNER m BE
UNITED 8TATES MARSHAL FROM
SAN FRANCI8CO AIDS IN
SEARCH FOR BANDIT.
DEPUTIES TELL STORY
DESPERADO'S ACCOMPLICE SUR
RENDERS TAMELY TO POSSE
By United Press
PORTLAND, June 13. United
States 'Marshal Hollohan of San Fran
dsco today reached Kelso to take
charge of the posse conducting the
search for Hoy Gardner.
Norrls Pyron, captured yesterday,
left for McNeil's ilsland today.
Posses believe that Gardner is en
trapped in a swamp near Kelso, and
are closing in on where the bandit Is
supposed to be. He may not be there,
but it is predicted that there will be
a gun fight it he is.
Following the capture of Norrls Py
ron, Gardner's pal late yesterday,
hunt Is still vigorous for the mail ban
dit. It is believed that he is still near
Pyron's lack of resistance was piti
ful. He was more afraid of Gardner
than he was of the law.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 13. Depu
ty United States Marshal Thomas Mul
hall and D. W. Rinckel, guard, from
whom Roy Gardner made his sensa
tional escape Saturday morning,
were back in San Francisco today
with their account of how Gardner
Gardner had asked, to wash his
hands, according to Mulhall, and 4iis
haHitiHirfn r wtr. nninun:! ..nna Attn
iiauuLuuo truio icjiiuvou iiuiu
hand as he was taken to the wash
basin in the corner of the compart
ment. "Quick as lightning, he swung
aroUnd and whipped a pistol from be
neath his clothing and had me cover
ed," 'Mulhall said.
"Rinckel made a rush at him. With
the cleverest move you over saw,
Gardner grabbed my gun and backed
into a corner where he had both of
VPyron, Gardner's temporary com
panion, jumped from a berth and Gard
ner made him go through the offi
cers' pockets, taking their keys, guns
and money, 'Mulhall said.
Then Gardner and Pyron, working
together, shackled the two officers to
gether and then locked them to an
Iron pipe in the room. Gardner gave
Pyron Mulball's gun.
For twenty minutes Gardner "kid
ded" the officers, Mulhall said. He
gave them $5 "to buy breakfast."
When Castle Rock was reached
Gardner dropped out of the window,
tossing back an empty gun to Mulhall
"as a souvenir."
"I'll get over the line all right," lie
shouted back. "You'll hear from me
pretty soon. I'll pull a big Job you'll all
Pyron followed him and the
"They certainly were artists,"
Mulhall. "They didn't leave a
YOUTH'S PRIDE BLASTED
IN JAIL, DRINKS IODINE
By United Press
EUGENE, Ore., June 13. Five days
tn the county jail here blasted the
pride of 19-year-old James White ol
Masslllon, Ohio. Ho was released Sa'
urday night after serving five days
in jail as a result of a night spent
with a young local girl in a box car
He drank Iodine and was found in
FREE TOLLS GIVEN
ORAH'S PANAMA RESOLUTION
UNANIMOUSLY PASSED BY
By United Press
WASHINGTON, June 13 The
Borah resolution, providing for free
tolls through the Panama canal for
American ships engaged in coast
wise trade, was today ordered favor
ably reported by the senate com
nlttee on Uterocean canals. The
vote was unanimous.
Senators Borah, Johnson, McKlnley
and Walsh voted for the measure.
Chairman Borah had previously been
authorized to cast favorable votes
for the other two senators on the
am RHODES BURIED
51 1 mil WITH
MOURNING FOR LONG TIME RES
IDENT MANIFESTS ITSELF
hii citizens irom virtually every
part of Wnsco county in attendance
funeral services for II, A. D. Rhodes
aged resident of the county who died
Tuesday, .Mine 7, after an extended
Illness, were held 'Saturday evening
in the middle of Second street, bo
tween Federal and Washington. Th
funeral was the largest attended ol
any ever Held In Wnsco county.
iX. G. Iledln, secretnry of the W:
plnltia Plains Commercial chili, d
llvered the funeral address, froi
the top of the hearse. He told In slm
pie language the life history of th
pioneer resident of Wasco count v. A
he talked, County Judge J. T. Adkis
son and members of the county court
with heads uncovered, slowly and sol
rmnly opened the doors of the hearsi
ind took one last long look at tlu
Short talk3 were also made b
Judge Adklsson and Chamber Seen
tary E. F. Van Schoick.
Funeral services over, the mourn
ers then proceeded to prove tlia,
grief is short-lived by clearing the
street and enjoyed a "pavemen
dance until 12 o'clock, to the strains
of music furnished by a slx-preco ot
It is estimated that nearly 100 poi
sons 'from Maupin attended the last
rites for their well-known neighbor
Delegations were also in from Tyg!
Valley, Dufur, Antelope, Criterion,
Waplnitla, Shanlko and Wamlc. The
Prlneville "Irrigators," retarning from
the Portland Rose Festival, weio in
troduced to the crowd.
'Members of the state highway com
mission were unable to attend, al
though Invited. Tho following tele
gram of regret was received by Secre-
tary Van Schoick from' John U. Yeon,
expressing regret that the eommis
could not "celebrate" with
"I regret my Inability to accept your
cordial Invitation to join with you In
the celebration of the splendid vic
tory achieved In the carrying of the
road bond issue. The people of Wasco
county have again glven evidence of
foresight, enterprise and progressive
ness, and every effort will be made
to bring to successful accomplish
ment the hope and ambition that in
stilled them to roll up the tremendous
majority they did. as an expression
of faith and confidence in Oregon's
"It is imperative to help those who
show such willingness to aid them
selves. My sincere congratulations for
the victory achieved and a sincere
Hope for tho realization of the pur
pose of the event is the sincere wish
of JOHN' 11. YEON."
22,843 BODIES OF SOL
DIERS ALREADY RETURNED
By United News
HOBOKEN, N. J., Juno 13 The
bodies of 22,813 American soldiers
have been returned to the United
States from overseas, It was announc
ed Sunday by Captain Edward M.
3'hannon, In charge of tho army
-rave registration service here.
Twenty thousand more, the
niainder of the A. E. F. burled
Europe, will have arrive here
lanuary 1, Captain Shannon said.
Tho announcement was made
i memorial service held on pier
for 1,525 soldiers whose bodies were
jrought to Hoboken last week by the
irmy transport Cambral.
IN KIR CASE
FOURTH WOMAN IMPLICATED
KILLING OF CLEVELAND
By United Press
CLEVELAND, June 13. Marian
McArdle, a nurse, is being grilled
today In un effort to substantiate
the confession of Mrs. Emma Col
avlto, "Sandusky midwife," tho
fourth woman to be charged with
the murdor of Daniel Kaber In July
This confession, Procccutor Stan
ton says, accuses Marian of taking
an active part In the planning of
the murder plot, Instead of being
merely a victim of circumstances,
heretofore believed to bo tho case.
Marian was only 17 when the mur
der was committed. Mrs, Colavlto
confessed to securing the two
assassins for Mrs. Kaber, and to
visiting the house accompanied by
them to "get the lay of the land."
Marian played tho piano to drown
the noise while the party went
ilirnurh the house to the room
(where Kaber lay, sick.
SECRETARY OF TREASURY BE
LIEVES SOLDIERS' AID MEAS
URE UNFEASIBLE NOW.
TO HOLD CONFERENCE
FAVORABLE REPORT ON BILL
FROM SENATE COMMITTEE
EXPECTED THIS WEEK.
By United I'rcsa
WASHINGTON, June 13 See
of the Treasury .Mellon will
the granting of a soldier bonus at th
session of congress, it was learned ti
IMollon's opposition to the plan di
veloped after it wan announced tlia
Senator (Penrose and other semiti
leaders were to confer with him pre
panuory to taking up the doldlm
Mellon's position is understood to b
about the same as that of former Sec
retary Houston, who held that th.
payment of a bonus to ex-service me
would disarrange the nation's llnan
ces to a dangerous extent. A sub
committee of the senate finance com
mlttee has prepared a bonus bill, al
though the framers of the measure
object to that name and refer to n
is an adjusted compensation niei'.v
uro. The sub-committee Is to repoi! tc
the full finance committee this week
and a favorable report on the bill h
The bill has five features, but Mel
lon is understood to oppose particular
ly the features which call for an out
lay of money or issuance of secur
ity by the government for ex-service
By United Truss
NEW YORK, June 13 Baba Ruth
today clouted his 20th home in the
third Inning of a game with Detroit.
Ehmko was the victim. This makes
the fourth home for Ruth within
TRY REBELLIOUS HAITIANS
IN AMERICAN COURTS
By United Press
AVASHINGTON, June 13 The navy
department today announced that a
proclamation haa been Issued by the
commander of the marines in Haiti
providing for all persons charged with
Inciting a rebellion to lie tried by an
American military court.
G. A. R, AND AUXILIARIES
MEETING IN PENDLETON
By United Press
PENDLETON, Ore., Juno 13 Ore
gon members ot tho (!. A. It., with
members of I ho three auxiliary organ
izations, the Women's Relief Corps,
the Ladles of tho G. A. It., and the
Daughters of Veterans, are gathering
here today to lake part In the annual
convention to be held In the library
auditorium. It Is scheduled to conven-'
The flbst business of tho session
III start at 1:30 p. m., when Hie do
ings of tho convention will bo offi
cially begun. On 'r-iiesday evening a
reception will bo tendered tho visitors
when thoy will be officially welcomed
by Mayor Ilnrtnian. This ceremony
will probably bo collided with the
Iks' Flag Day program.
Tho annual parado will be held We..
nesday, and from preparations already
made promises tp be the most note
worthy feature of the convention. An
open air nan quel is scheduled roi
Wednesduy, followed by an nron-uir
SIX KILLED IN
NEW DISTURBANCES GROW
FROM KILLING OF THREE
By United Presa
BELFAST, June 13 Florco faction
disturbances continued here today,
threatening to Increase the wekk-end
death list of six.
Fighting hero over Saturday r.r.d
Sunday developed more savagely
than at any tlmo previous. Intense
Seln Fein activity led to tho fbar,
that King George might bo Inlluenc-
ed to postpone his
here June 22 to open
The "exocutlon" of
Felnors Hatuiday night
thn o feln
I'd I) l'i
dlstuibanccH which occurred in
every section of the city
MRS. ORTHWEIN SNAPS WAGE SLASHING
UNDER ATTACK OF
TRIAL OF WOM'-.N CHARGED
WITH ZEIGLER MURDER
OPENS IN CHIGAGO.
By Unitt-a 1'iLBif
CHICAGO, June 13. .Mrs. Cor,
Orthweln became hysterical In cou-i
oday, when Prosecutor Until accuse)
.ior or shooting her lover In the ba-:k
The defendant, charged with mm
lering Herbert Zolglor, squirmed un
ler the bitter arraignment made bj
ho state In Its opening argument
flits woman's eyes were bloodshot
Hut It declared:
"When the police raided Mrs. Ortli
.ein's apartment they found her sit
Ing and crying '1 shot him.'
"Zeiglor was on tho bed, shot
hrough the back. A partly filled bo
le of whiskey was on the desk, while
;in bottles, empty and full, weie al
iver the place. A case of gin was In
"The defendant claims to have shot
he man when he attempted to brent
nto her apartment. Zelglor's clothe'
vere there and ho had lived then
or five years.
"Mrs. Orthweln, Intoxicated whei
ailed, was si ill crying "I shot him
le wns the only man I ever loved.'
Heth charged that Mrs. Orthweln
tilled Zeigler because she was jeal
ous of Mrs. Charlotte Lewinsky, the
"kissing blonde," and because she
was obcessed with the Idea that
'Ceigler intended to return to his
I'amily, leaving her.
The wild night of revelry proceed
ing Zeigler's death, was related by
RESIGNATION OF FEDERAL
RESERVE HEAD ASKED
By United Press
SPOKANE, June 13 - Resignation
of W. P. C. Harding, governor ol
(he federal reserve bank and a mem
ber of the board of directors of the
federal reserve board, was today ask
ed in an open letter to Senator E
Ladd In Washington, 1). C by
the non-partisan league convention
AD CLUBS OF WORLD
MEETING IN ATLANTA
By United News
ATLANTA.Ga, June 13. Atlanta
is dressed In her finest, streelr
decorated with hunting anil banners
shops and departments stores will
Ihelr finest -wares on display, readj
for the arrival or tlu 3.000 liusines!
men from all parts of Iho world, wlu
will attend the annual convention o'
the Associated Ad vet Using clubs ol
the World here, .lime 12 to Hi.
Many prominent "Ad" men I'ron
far away points are already in town
among them A. II. Young, 21 yea
old representative of the Advertls
ing club of Honolulu, and llaroir
Perrea, from Calcutta.
SIX MEN PERISH IN
FIRE AT SALT LAKE
GASOLINE TANK STRUCK BN
LIGHTNING, POURS FLAMES
, By United News
SALT LAKE CITY, Juno 13. -SI:
mop are bellevi d lo have porlshei
here and 25 are known to have ben'
injured when a 500,000 gallon tank o
gasoline at the plant of the Utah Ol
and Refining company was struck b;
The lank at flir.l caught fire and i
huge spurt of flame shot up appiox
linately 100 feet In tho air. Tho fin
department rmdiod to the scene and
from trenches about Ihe tank, up t
Itielr necks In water to protect Ihei."
from Iho terrific heat, poured cheml
cats and water on the Humes In an a'
tempt to check the blaze.
After about an hour of futile effort
to check the blaze the big lank bur'
and sprayed boiling oil over about K
company firemen. Some of them man
aged to struggle from tlu pit. bu
others fell back and were Inclneratec
so badly it was impossible to Identify
tho bodies. A number of other fire
men were badly binned and bruised.
The fire was highly spectacular and
thousands of people flocked lo the
hfiinu despite efforts ol Hie police to
keep them at a safe distance.
The fire is the worst in the hlstorv
of Halt Lake City. The damage Is
estimated at about 1 1.000.00(1. Lato to
day the flro was brought under con
Three other miallor tanks were
proposed tr'p ruined by the blaze, ami ouo conups
the Cl.iter par- ed.
I All the patlenta at HI. .Mark's tins-
pltal, whine Is within I wo blocks or
iho scene, weio moved to other hoi-
pal, which It within two blocks
'which would spread tho flames.
AMERICAN FEDERATION CON
VENTION OPENS TODAY
jOMPERS FACES CONTEST
REELECTION TO PRESI
By United Press
DiOXVlOK. June 13. The labor ui
Ijii movement has been tried, but sl
faces the world wllli unbroken rank
Samuel (lumpers declared this alio,
noon, In addressing the annual con
ceution of the American Federation i.
Members gave resounding endorsi
lein lo a statement by C. P. Opllus.
r, temporary chairman, that label
'would I'ight to the finish" agalns;
1'i'j open shop campaign.
By United Press
DENVER, June 13. Leaders ol
urganizod labor today sent out in
nessage to nearly 1,000,000 workers
he "organized labor has been vie
orious against those seeking to
Tho message was contained In
eport of the executive commitlei
which presided over the convention.
The report claims that labor ' pass
ed through the year with "unexampl-
d struggle and difficulty," and do
inauded that union labor 'take
jlfenslve and rally Its forces
'repel all attacks against It."
Although the report showed a
;reaso in membership during
last year, union leaders claim an
tual increase, tho deficiency
'xplalned by unemployment
'allure t receive reports, together
.villi the suspension of 300,000 main
tenance of 'way railroad men.
Discussing wage cutting, the re,-
oil declared: "The practice of fix
iiit; wages upon Ihe basis of the
nst of living is a violation ol the
vliulo philosophy and progress of
The council demanded a ropeal of
lit! excess profits lax and Iho r.ali
dilution of a general salon lax. II
:timlcmiicd Ihe Kaiisan Industrial
on it law.
Uy J. L. Sullivan
(United Presa Stsi ff I'm reiiptiiuleiiD
DENVER, Colo., .luno 13 Wage
uttlng by large employers ndvncat
ng the "American plan" ban aided
rganized labor hi its fight nualmil
tie open shop, according In (he be
'of of labor leaders heie.
Matthew Woll, vice president ol'
he American Federation of Labor,
.'hlch opened lis annual ciuiventinu
ere today, il"clarcd in an interview
vlth Hie United Presa Unit- open
.hop employers had greatly strength
ned the ranks of unionism by "Ihe
u library way In which Ihey reduced
vages without consultation of mm
"lly the arbitrary ami dicmti.rial
,vay In which they decided hioi
mist not have the rigid to h.irgiln
(dlcc-llvcly, they have proved lo
lie worklngiiiiiii that their only way
if salvation lies with Iho Undo
iifoii movement,' Woll mild.
Woll pointed lo Hie iuciiase of
he American Federal Ion id Ijibor,
s shown In the executive council's
eport, as evidence of the claim thai
ho attitude of the employer!! was
Irivlng Ihe men Into tho ranks or
The Increase Is uol altogether
undo up of paying members, though,
to said. A member who is out of
vork does not, have to pay union
lues and Hie number who are paying
lues decreased because of iiiieiuploy
The open shop right Is the most
mporltMil one coining before the
(invention. Decision or many ollici
(Continued on Piiuu t 1
SENT TO PRISON
HEAD OF DEFUNCT TACOMA
INSTITUTION GUILTY "F
Ify United I'nmH
TACO.M Juno 13. (Jin Larson.
former p.yHldcnl of Um d-Miiei
Scandinavian-American bank imiv,
charged under two IndiclinenH with
Illegally borrowing mi ney Irom Ihu
bank, was today sentenced lo Hurva
from Unci to 10 years upon each
charge, tlpi sentence (o run concur
rently. Judge Hliriti illMiiiitKi'd the
thlni Indictment a., fault)
Larson's atlorni will appal. it
ROAD CONSTRUCTION'S PERCENT OF
PLANS WILL UI
H I G HWAV
No further steps toward the start
ng oi actual construe' ion work on
'he Dallcs-Callfomia highway will
o taken until after the irjxt mec
,ig of the state highway commission
vhleh will probably bo held on June
8, County Judge J. T. Adklsson
nuounced this morning.
The Wasco county court will prob
bly confer with the highway com
.ilssloners at that time and arrange
i ilel'inile plan to be followed in Hi
ale ot bonds voted in the recent
pedal elect ion, the Wasco county
noney to be matched dollar for dot
ar by the state and the
it used lor the building of
lorlh and south highway.
An effort will be made
contracts for grading and
of the highway let at the samu time
.cordiiig to Judge Adklsson. Thi
Ian. if followed, will greatly far-Ill
ite rapid work, especially in places
.here there is very little grading to
e done, the Judge believes.
3URIED UNDER STONE PLACED
FOR HIM 50 YEARS AGO
By United News
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June 13.-
Tho body ot W. H. Hoover, gray
haired veteran ot the Civil War, was
burled here Friday under the tomb
done erected for him more than fiO
Hoover was a private In tho l'Jth
Infantry. He was reported killed ill
the battle of Resaca, while march
lug with Sherman lo the sea.
A body, said lo bo his, was shipped
here by the war department and
buried with ceremony. His relatives
ind sweetheart went Into mourning.
Laler Hoover returned from Iho
war and saw tho monument erected
to his mommy. Every year he
visiled his grave in the cemetery and
Fridy Ihe body was brought hero
fiom the soldiers' home at Dayton,
Ol.Io, for burial.
CLAIMS SOLDIER FORCED
HIM TO TAKE POISON
By United Pret,.i
EUGENE, Ore., June 13 John
Will, will survive an overdose of
carbolic acid which the man claims
two soldiers forced him to uwallow
Doctors say, however, that Wilt
had taken the lit lit'!' only an hour
beloro he was found Satuiday morn
ing. Wilt claimed to have been
obbed, Inn an investigation has (lis
F.TANCE SENDS MISSION
TO THANK CANADIANS
By United News
PAItlH, June 13. France is now
Mending a mission lo Canada, led In
General Fayolle, with a purpose sim
ilar lo dial announced for I ho Ylvi
anl mission lo Iho Uiillod Mini en lo
extend gralllude for ast.lslance In Hie
war and to strengthen Ihe interuallon
Thin mission, which will nail short
ly, is lo thank Canada officially I'm
her parliclpnlloii in Hie war, and, as
a mark ol' friendship, a nlaliin of Ho
din, symbolizing Franco, will bo pre
routed lo Iho Canadian government.
A distinguished parly will accom
liany General Faollo, Including Ad
inlral Charllor, Keuuior Gaston .Mo
nler, Deputy Fouriiier Sarlovezi and
.Mgr. Lahilrlcux, Id: hop of Dijon.
Tho niHslou will sail on Ihe maiden
voyage of the magnificent now French
lino steamship, Paris.
SIMS BAY SAY RE
SPOKE IN IEST
ADMIRAL PREPARES TRIP FROM
ENGLAND TO FACE SEC
By Unlt.d 1'ienH
LONDON, Juno 13. -Admiral Him .
will tell Hcerotnry of tho .iy
Deuby that lie attempted iiui:m:
when relerrltig lo Seln Fein sympa
thy In llio United Stales as "unhi
Willi votes." close ll lends oi Ihe
Sims In preparing to loluru to the
Culled Slates and face lop-lmand
llo bait ionised to comment on Hie
exchange of lileamiges between
Deuby and himself.
II Is believed (hat ho will place
Ihe hliliio lor the couttovei'iiy on
Iho pie Interpretation of tcitalu
I asringeH of bin speech, claiming
that it was garbled lurilier in cubic
It Ik ipilie eudeut, howi vi r. that
the admiral l not r.oiug o rdrict
what lie actually .a,d bioin tin
Enrli..h -peaking .inuni.
MUCH WHEAT REMAINS WITH
GROW.ERS ON E.VE OF NEW
NEW YIELD, IT IS BELIEVED, WILL
BE 80 PERCENT OF LAST
From 15 to 35 percent of the 1920
wheat crop In Wasco county remains
unsold on the eve of the 1921 harms',
according to estimates made today by
local grain men.
At Bo.wl, of tho 112,000 bushels of
wheat passing through the e'evalor
from the I'leldn, approximately 41.000
bushels art' still In storage. While
tills Is a giealer holdover than 25
percent, other localities are almost
completely sold out, and the county
iverage will probably not excol 20
Wheal over the county, maturing
under almost Ideal conditions, is be
ginning to turn, and the first harvest
ing operations will bo started in Hie
northern part of the county about July
1. The harvest on the high lnnd3 will
not start for a week or ten day inter.
Already a good deal of hay Is being
cut and haj ing will becomo f.euoral
Farmers over tho county do n.V. en
tlrely agrco with the forecast of Coun
ty Agent Jackman that the new crop
will be a record one. Around Boy J and
Dufur, for Instance, some of tlu est I
mates placo the harvest as low as i0
percent of tho 1920 production Much
of the whoat Is said to bo spotty be
cause of the lato fronts.
The condition of no much whom be
ing lot t unsold at this tlmo is unusual,
md Is duo very largely to the slump
hat occurred last fall, and which In-
lucod glowers to hang on in hopr. i
flint tho market would revive. Ordjb
narily this into in the 80113011, pr.ictl
ally none of tho previous year's pro-
1 uc t ion would lie in storage.
Weather conditions since last tall,
barring tho frosts, havo been oKcc;y .
tionalb good. A little rain rlgli now
would help In filling out the, hrmls,
hut even without rain, an oxeoHen!
i op will be harvested. Hot oi;U
Inds, continued for several dnyj,
present tho only serious menace. It in
MINING MAGNATE DEAD
By United Press
WALLACE, Idaho, Juno 13. James
Callahan la dead of paralysis. He
,as a pioneer mining man of Cocur
D'Aleno Ho has but recently Buffer
ed a 100.000 loss through allegod
forgeries in Iho bond firm of Mill
hollaud ti Hough.
FIRE THREATENS TO
DESTROY MARYLAND TOWN
By United Press
WILMINGTON, Del., Juno 13. SiK-
nil lire companion left here this af-
moon to go lo Rising Sun, Marv
ml, 30 miles li oin here, which is
(broaldied witli do.nlructioii by fire.
do icports Indicate that two hotels,
four stnl ro.s and a row of dwellings
ivo boon but tied.
Newark firemen have also gono to
llio town's aid.
IDAHO UANK ROBBED
By United Press
SPOKANE. Juno 13.--Enlorlns tho
list National bank at iU. Joseph,
lalio, an Impnllio man today locked
W. Suillli, cashier, In the vault and
departed with $3,000.
POSTPONED Blf COURT
TTORNEYS IN CASE AGAINST
OF 0 NOT READY
By United Prcnu ,
TWIN FALLS, Ida., Juno 13. Pro!
Ilmluary hearing' of Mrs. Lydla
Southard, alleged feminine, "blue-
lanL" acchsml of poisoning four
himbaiidH ami a brother-in-law In
order to collect their Insurance, was
today postponed until Thursday by
robato Judge Diivnll, who Is trying
Postponement was taken by agree
ment of counsel, neither aldo being
tidy to proceed with tho hearing.