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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

!> A.-MWAftl. APTEBTIBEMBNTB I J jareflm/ JkitbfDays C - Whore g; *? BJag cH?w vtth the '*;.. . aecessarf lnosieil£e of bow |, tawnii?wejMd omitting ti teach tfcea ten to eeo- * |v mmuuat span ai nisei) I save ?oacy. There * as i^ ?" i^BM?fc ii^HMftrfMMw b Mia - . * tesdrag sf bow to snc as .'? ften b b to? to naVe I'--. _^_^, — :??????*-??? ... . ?: ? ????;. - KBCNraije |Mn - daJmtometheirpefr f aies fa the sonol Pemy £ Bukarih*flmtefeara ?. the vahMOt thrift School '. teachers will gUdlj eo v - operate ani te? aareats the ? ; facts ahcat the School r ???. - ?? Savings Bank ; of s.a. I fUmC ORlcci ; Carrie St., Adelaide f Braadaes Ewywhcrt : : (jaiiowalWaviia Bank AT EVERY POST OFFICE 4?/ofORYOURSAYINGS4% : Overseas & Aerial Travel Elder, Smith & Co., limited, I Aoarxs. (FOB FUNERAL NOTICES SEE PAGE 8) Advertisers are requested to send > Notices of In Memorlam and ' Heroes of tne Oreat War not later I than 4 pjn. Copy of those in tended for Saturday's Issue sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

x^ IF IT'S NOT GREEN —IT'S NOT PE^MOI V # BUNYIP ***** r^ v* v vv*^ 6^ c V SO^ ?a£^s <v? ?*> <Bsf^Tur-> j^ljr t CUT OUT THIS col^ol* ?"*jfeg.jjjjJ!g) JfaaBEIBgBgJ JUs^^M?^ /Ml JJis JJK tf jrou <wouldllke to try m sample of thto popular and famous Soap, _ _ cut out ihl? coupon, post It to us, and yn shall trend jou ? gen- WASHH^^I . THE BUNYIP SOAP COMPANY LT? C\ #1P ISX^sl*lSl f mk.M f* _a^^m vmnmtm. building, cundebb-stbcet. Adelaide. r*C TT *- * dJB^ ?OWMAHgf ?WCC ???O i -BUT AtWAV VP-^ia-BATK I _^ ?_. ACCUSED DOUBTED _ „ ."". ... . - B?*?.-? frjb Dbcfane Of UIMIHy * rP |t?.tfa? m nade to Mr. HTTL w**lZL *?%T in ?XI AM.iA- foUm W^btW: fffTf"hn tfC^llr^ Mac tSn. to be to wiol. pmflTni Ilir h?artn? of a aSaci Sta?t hSn In t£e OTmlnal Oomtln 3S3S* w?w?w ?~" ? The FtaUce BiuMCUtoi Ob. B. A. iMttaSstated tSit M'-K^rV* was 4tensJ. ~at the fWimfpfil BOff 1""* hi SB^WaSSSs tan a man namad Wttren. TheJinT <^iiiilfnil the case wu made a ?mum...

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The Advertiser ADELAIDE: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1831 OURSELVES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

The Advertiser ADELAIDE: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1831 OURSELVES "The Advertiser" to-day is amalga- mated with "The Register," and the two journals will appear henceforth as one. The many thousands of South Austra- what we have said will possibly help our new readens to understand us, at the moment of their joining the now all-embracing circle which it is the lians who nave been regular readers ot "The Advertiser*- will be gratified so observe that the paper has undergone no material transformation, except that It sow incorporates several popu lar features or "The Register." -The Advertiser." therefore,'ls uot so much changed as enlarged, and, we believe, improved. Its appeal, and Its circu lation, will obviously be widened; and, more than ever, it will play an impor tant part in the life of the State, in ?'cry corner of which it will be read, every day, by a number of people fall ing not far short of the whole adulx population. We are conscious of the Increased responsibility which t...

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CHARACTER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CHARACTER That wittiest of Kings Charles II., when his favor was solicited on be- half of one whom it was sought to create in the conventional usage, "a peer and a gentleman," replied, "A peer, certainly, but God alone can make him a gentleman." It certainly was not within the power or the "gay King," or of anyone else, to form an other's character, but the remark quoted overlooked the possibility or a man forming his own without the in terposition of a miracle. "A born gentleman" Is a familiar phrase, and probably in some cases justified, but it has more frequently happened that a gentleman has had to "?!"> himself: for even those who have in tiiem, as the saying goes, the "making of a gentleman," have often had as much trouble with their material as even the be6t sculptor has in shaping a masterpiece. The material is re fractory, like that employed in the evolution of humanity, a task attended with so much difficulty that It took Nature millions of years to accomplish. As "obse...

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VIEWS AND COMMENTS "CELLAR IN LABOR POLITICS" HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

VIEWS AND COMMENTS "CELLAR IN LABOR POLITICS" HISTORY REPEATING ITSELF To the Editor Sir—In your leading article on the1 18st inst. you described the attack on Mr. Hill and his Government as-pro- ceeding from the cellar of the Labor parties. Have you and your readers noted the similarity to-day of happen ings in tbe Labor movement to those of the conscription campaign? The chief men who are denouncing the Hill Government to-day are the same who declared 29 oL us "black" because we stood to our country as against party. You are anxious to knew what was tbe reason for this. Well, as the old horse of the roads, and knowing something about their various stunts. I say that there was only one reason—that as long as Mr. Hill and his supporters go on certain lines there is no hope of these destructionists routing them. Their only opportunity is. as it was in 1916, to declare them "black." and then there is an opportunity for some of these dis gruntled supporters of the Labor move ment to ge...

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WHEN WHEAT WAS 14 A BUSHEL And Hay £20 a. Ton [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

WHEN WHEAT WAS 14 A BUSHEL And Hay £20 a. Ton "If only our fanners could com- mand to-day such prices for wheat and bay as they did in 1855. South Australia would indeed he flourish Australia would indeed be flourish ing," writes Mr. Ernest F. Marston, of Kooringa, who forwards copies of cor respondence found at the old Burra mine by Mr. A, 1^ Walker. Two letters were written In March and June, 1865. by the late Sir Henry Ayere (secretary of the BJL. Mining Association) to Mr. W. H. ChaUoner (accountant at the Burnt mine), as follow:— WHEAT CHEAP AT 14/ One, written on March 33, 1855*. says:— "Without any of your favors to reply to I beg- to call your attention to our present stock of fodder, which, I fear, will -be insufficient to last until next season. I have been endeavoring to purchase gram and grain In Adelaide, but find both so costly, when the cart age is added, that I have determined to authorise your purchasing from 500 to 1,000 bushels of wheat which you will probably hav...

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IN OTHER OIIES CANBERRA GOSSIP From our Special Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

IN OTHER OIIES CANBERRA GOSSIP From our Special Correspondent After lasting for two days and nights the caucus has broken up without hav- ing made any effective contribution to- wards the solution or the problems of nroblema of the Government or at Urn ???*-? cm. the contrary, the HMW"titKTnf villa, have been increased. The dlfltadllaa - of the Government are aelT-oSt?t ?* could be swept aside by a f*MtaatTor e£?li & a normal exercise of Immw: ihe flifflculHeg of the country would be relieved by such action. hum of Cases* The caucus has again shown Ittflf to be an Important and '^'"iVr instzn ment of Government, but Us dam of power are T"'nrffH*<l. One pwTnl??iit member of Oie Labor Party, *??,?????? -ing on Its latest exhibition ?f tn*i**t*>** and folly, yesterday said truly tbat, like the Gadaxene swine, the party was pushing h^ifwip to desbuenaa. Itaf> tunately, there is good reason to none that the Scullln Government wl?taD soon after Parliament meets. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

Kjihce,* Ctoiioe "WdbdJng (Clarence K^-^SI DomHit ***"IT"* une CPros- If%ialJ>^ CAdvt). P VtaiccttfanH?^l&fatate-Rom *"tif LUTE ADVERTISEMENTS DEATHS. BBBNNAN.—On. the 30th February. WU- Uam Josepjj. beloved esaond wm of John ?nd EUen Brennan. of 11. MhM-ttrtat. FormtvWe, aged ? yean. BAP. VEATEB-—On the 20th February, at Chil dren1* Bantltal. Arthur Edward, belorad son at Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Yaatm. flrst-avemw. Belmcdale. aienelg. aged 3 yaan and 10 months. Funeral Notices BBEKSAN^-Che FRIEM>B of Mr. JOHN BBENKAV are nvpectfallr lnfonncd that the Funeral <* hit late SON (William Jjaeiih) ?will leave hi* late Hatfeace, 11. EtbtUtrett. Forrartville. on SUKDAV, ?t S.SO pjn.. for th* Catholic Cemetery, W?I-t?not. raiSK J. 6IEBEnT. Undertaker. ?T-49. WakefMd-rtrcet. Phone C. 41S. Houses and Land Wanted. * WANTED til Bret. Mnrir-n House. ??e or tlx roorac. eattern or nortlimi anbarb. aecond wrllop preferred.-—Hire; F. fiOl2, WfASTED. S-ror.mert modern Uouw. all co...

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Why Science Can't Foretell Earthquakes [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

Why Science Can't Foretell Earthquakes SEISMOLOGISTS knew that there would be terrible earthquakes in the Napier region. "What they and not know was whether they would |we this year, or in 1.000 years' time. "A thousand years is nothing In ecological time," said Father OXeary. of Rivenrtew Observatory, Sydney, re cently. -These events—dreadful as they are to the humans concerned—are the earth's growing-pains. How old Is she? A hundred million years? What Is a matter of ?, thousand years to her? "Let asfet at the mechanism of the thing. The earth Is made up of a number at crusts. The outer crust Is fcranUe. 30 or 40 miles thick, and split up into blocks caused by various world convolutions in past ages. Some of these blocks are relatively heavier than others. As a general rule, it may be assumed that "ihm"^"" M>wfr? are denser, and that blocks on which moun tains are built up are lighter. The moon tains have faced, wind and rain and the action of rivers for ages, until the sum tot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

FUNERAL NOTICES T COCtHL-The FHJEIfDS of the late Mr. O OEOB-E THOMAS (SHORTY) .OUTER _. i-S-——T l_J?-w- that hi. Funeral win _ _*?? the BM-uce of Mr. W. BalnavM. So. o 1?. Wood_l-a-eniie_ Fnllarto-. on SATURDAY, t ?t ? p_B_ for the Weai-terrace. Cemetery. ? iIfBEO JAMES. CnderUker. Iftt. CnUT-ro-d. .n>y. Phone V. 1060. _ _?__,_ IB"jrait_2^Ko-"? £_al ???%?__' -^ d iJlllff^S?^B?sB H^-HMI te?..,"^ ?" "'?-^- ~*5S?~ tooH't ?^o_*Sto_D?V t ft* _tW_4_!_^Ct__J^ DAY _ wr ?? ?_tenae.Oe_?te-f t .i- "^ KAVP?. Sejrt_ry. I>_O_. C_SJ_, ___: J J* ? MBMBEXS at U? _OITTH ADELAIDE LODGE - ?_?. ?t "^-P* 1*1* ~ ~pec?ully snlonnwi t.eORCE XHOIUS (bHORTT) BOUTEK. ?riU f je>-> th? K_d_? of Mr. w. Bataarei Ko. J 18. Wo_U?id..-_l-, n_rton. on SATURDAY. " mi * pj__ for the Wert __c? .-___--. 5 ERIC S. CHAPUS. Qamd SccreUrr. UIRXKk.—THE FBJE\ns O f _r iHiTm * _J_2^JLS^^f?^*^^ _SSfir_ _irerid<_^<_.?_'l_SL^P? 2SS_T__T^^?t l"l^_^^_^ J__Tu t_ __i_bam' iei_ete?v^ ??r f 7 _T___^?ikS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

Wedding & Coming-of-Age INVITATIONS SpeaaUj Printed Staple* and Prices froa The Advertiser Prittiig Offict < Adelaide Charming Ceilings illiJ^w^K for every room mS^^ AVAILABLE in hundreds of artistic designs, Wunderlich Metal Ceilings offer you the means of ?<Mi"g particular charm to your home. Effe&s thus achieved ate per manent, since Wunderlich Ceilings' ate proof against fire, vermin, tractate and flaking. They are SAFE always. You can have these Ceilings in every room, as the designs are low-priced and any handy-man can ered them. Let us send you our large catalogue of designs—it is FREE and Post Free. Write today, or call at our showrooms. WUNDERLICH LIMITED Manufacture.t Showrooms: 231 MORPHi£-PI -STREETI ADELAIDE WUNDER,LICH CEILINGS WORD GOLF PRAY TO AMEN SOLUTION. The solution of to-day's Word Golf problem is:— * j PRAY. BRAY. BRAN. BEAN. BEEN. BEES, BYES, EYES. EWES, EWER, EVER, OVER. OVEN, OMEN, AMEN. 1 Problem on Page U SCRIBBLING P...

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THIS WORLD WE LIVE IN HOW STANDARDS CHANGE WHY THINGS WILL BE BETTER By Victoria Reynolds [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

THIS WORLD WE LIVE IN HOW STANDARDS CHANGE WHY THINGS WILL BE BETTER By Victoria Reynolds Values are trashing and" tumbling about us to-day, and many women have to re- construct the whole scheme I of their existence. Yesterday we were on the crest of a wave of prosperity, which included plenty of synthetic pearls and georg ettes and silk stockings, and the pro mise of a fur coat for the winter. It seems as if only the synthetic pearls will be left to us, and that only be cause they are cheap. We are learn ing the lesson that all civilisations have learned in turn. that, when it comes to bedrock, luxuries are cheap and necessaries are dear. Time was when we toasted of our imported frocks. "Imported" was the hall-mark cf smart ness. Those frocks cent us nigh to bankruptcy in far more than any finan cial sense. There was no outlet for our designers, nor for our own needle women. Exquisite hand-run needle work from France and Belgium and Chin?., which had cost tbe patient labor of month...

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LETTER FROM LONDON SPENDING BETTER THAN SAVING! St. Paul's "Horrible Clock" LABOR'S VERY OLD GANG By R. T. FOSTER London, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

LETTER FROM LONDON SPENDING BETTER THAN SAVING! St. Paul's "Horrible Clock" LABOR'S VERY OLD GANG By R. T. FOSTER London, January 15. WIRELESS listeners on Monday evening sat up and rubbed their ears. Over the ether came the voice of an eminent eco- nomist telling the world how to comport Itself in this time of un exampled depression. Should It but ton up its waistcoat and ????. save, save? Not a bit of It! "Saving money in present circumstances Is utterly harmful and misguided. Whenever you save 5/ you put a man out of work for a day." Great atmospherics! What sort of a doctrine was this which ele vated spending into a virtue and de nounced thrift as a vice? Who was the eminent economist who dared to advise the nation to launch out upon "schemes of greatness and magnifi cence," end the individual to spend his Income lest he lose it? It was Mr. J. M. Keynes, In one of his most, un conventional moods. His contribution to the B.R.C. symposium on unemploy ment began with a survey of th...

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FINE WEEK-END- [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

FINE WEEK-END- The Divisional Meteorologist reported last night:—The weather was very cool throughout South Australia to-day under fresh to strong southerly winds. mjt tbe majority oA grtatJor** maximum tenperatores grmsMfid under TO de~ Dsss, P*^ rilM I"'^ reading h*><T^g only W decrees at~Cook and B^ancntta. A tew Ught showers XKcmied in tbe so?tbera and south-east districts, but sis), blm.il condltkins were fine. The -am rsoofded bx Soutb Austaalla during 'tfce Mbpujs ended &30 ajn. was only wj UKbt to Ught, and was chiefly con flned to the central and eouttwsast dls- [?] Inter-State rain was mostly confined to the eastern states, fairly ?jjuual and light to moderate In Vlc fbgrla and T**" ||m*.. but scattered in Msw South Wales and Queensland, wttb some heavy fans an the north coast of the tatter State, Cape Yorke receiving 190 points. To-day% reports mHwaw tna rapu easteny arm ox vne wtrtmifnil anticyclone centred this * m—'t In the western Bight. Under th...

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VATICAN BECOMES A MODEL CITY ACTIVITY IN PAPAL STATE MODERN EFFICIENCY THE KEYNOTE By Pierre van Paassen (Copyright) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

VATICAN BECOMES A MODEL CITY ACTIVITY IN PAPAL STATE MODERN EFFICIENCY THE KEYNOTE By Pierre van Paassen (Copyright) The recent reports of world- vide wireless broadcasting by the Pope gave only a bint of the trans- formation that is taking place in Vatican City. A model miniature fiate is being created on Vatican Hill out of the almost labyrinthine ? chaos of the crumbling monuments of antiquity, the mediaeval palaces, and the scores of temples and | chapels. ALTHOUGH holding fast to customs whose origin is often lost in the mists of the primi- I tivc Christian era. the Vatican resounds to-day with the hum of electric dynamos, the claticr and rum ble of linotvpe machines and presses, the blare of claxons,*and the staccato crackle of a high-power radio station. -Lifts now shoot up to the dome of St. Peter'6 and the Pope's apartments. Here is a modern railway-station under construction; yonder are mouldy sub terranean caves which have been sealed for centuries, but which are now hav ...

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LITERATURE RECENT PUBLICATIONS A WORLD BENEFACTOR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

LITERATURE RECENT PUBLICA TIONS A WORLD BENEFACTOR "George Eastman." By Carl w. Ac- kerman. London. Constable & Co. The author of this interesting bi- ography had a wide field from which to choose his material. The life of George Eastman is really the history of lEm photography, which is now one of tie greatest international industries and a stupendous factor in the educa ' tton and entertainment of the modern world. Lord Rldcell. In a foreword, says most people know that Mr. Eastman was tether of the Kodak, but very few know that he was one of the parents of the cinematograph. The history of - these inventions is an enthralling ro . maace, told in graceful language by "one who had- the fortunate ezpe * rience or writing of a man 6tiU ?Bee and actively associated with many aiovemena for the betterment of hu '- ~ inanity. Professor Seligman, who has written an introduction, has for years I - veged Mr. Eastman to publish an auto biography. Ancestry and Youth George Eastman was...

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BURMA CALLING Country That is Easily Understood MORE ISOLATED THAN CEYLON (Copyright) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

BURMA CALLING Country That is Easily Understood MORE ISOLATED THAN CEYLON (Copyright) THE revolt in Burma has brought that country under special notice. India and Burma have never had very much in common. Geographically, racially. ! socially, and economically, Burma : is a nation apart. j GEOGRAPHICALLY, Burma is: in a little niche of the j world by itself. The sweep of pink that stretches across the charts of India, from the Afghan border to Slam is but, irap-makin? expediency. Almost im- j passable mountains and jungles sepa- j rate Burma from India and from those i parts of China, Indo-China. and Siam j that close in the other land borders.! The Bay of Bengal completes Burma's j isolation on the south, making it much i more remote from India than is the Crown Colony of Ceylon, which is en tirely surrounded by sea. Burma's 13,200,000 population is al-1 meet all Buddhist. Burma's languages are related to the Indo-Chinese group, whereas the rest of the Indian Empire speaks Aryan and...

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COLTS SAVE S.A. WITH RECORD SIXTH-WICKET PARTNERSHIP Lonergan 151 Not Out, and Waite 74, Add Delightful 151 Against Victoria VISITORS SURPRISED WITH SCORE OF 330 FOR SEVEN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

COLTS SAVE S.A. WITH RECORD SIXTH-WICKET PARTNERSHIP Lonergan 151 Not Out, and Waite 74, Add Delightful 151 Against Victoria VISITORS SURPRISED WITH SCORE OF 330 FOR SEVEN Setting up a record for a South Australian sixth wicket partner- ship in Sheffield Shield cricket A.R. Lonergan and M.G. Walte, two of the youngest batsmen in the side placed the borne team in an un- expectedly strong position In the match against Victoria, which began ?t'theAdelaide Oval yesterday. lVonergan began his imincs at the fall or the first wicket, and stayed to for more than four and a half hours, during which tune six wiekeU felt At stamps he wac still not out with a score of 151 ram. Waite gave able support for nearly two hours, and scored 74 In good style. Lonergan's Innings, however, was the feature o* the day's cricket. He played most stylishly, drove with power sur prising in one of his small stature, and scored runs all round the wicket witb crisp strokes. Most pleasing was Uie of hie footwork. J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

EvcgytMaq F?tt.S? IQEAL SPRING CO. LTD. cay Is based on "TttUTH IN ADVERTISING" F.R.S. Spiral Spring Mattresses at . __ M Do you want to save money on BTat^a^aMaf^ WTKT M Mattresses? Of course you do— M2i%r%WmM%Mmmmjy W then see the F.RS. Spiral Spring i m ' w Mattress units at the leading Stores -, l'l*M^s^£fi % and at our Spring Mattresses are Reduced! Wm fla* tnUy mien feouschoM the old fashioned wire mattress Is as oat of date as tbe ?Mat afcastett. ol tandtan*. IMils fke age of springs, and the areal advancement made In ?he manmfaetnre and deslon of Spiral Spring Mattresses allows us .to offer the very tlnest of them at extremely moderate prices. With one ol fnem sound sleep Is assured. far mey mould tbemselves to the figure and support tne spine, as we stew below* THE RIGHT WAY THE WRONG WAY ITS Spiral SprilliAptfrlSSS From our large number of deslons of Spiral a-v-f <vr* \sr 9 *? *J Sprlno Mattresses we quote tne following at /jLfyLi^SSm^S3Sim' generous savings nev...

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WHO WAS THE MURDERER? BATES POST AFFAIR REVIVED SAN FRANCISCO, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

WHO WAS THE MURDERER? BATES POST AFFAIR REVIVED SAN FRANCISCO, February 19. The tragedy of April, last year, when Mrs. Guy Bates Post, wife of the actor, was said to have murdered her friend, Mrs. Palmer, and then committed sui- cide, was recalled to-day, when a case touching the affair was before the court at Santa Ana. The proceedings had reference to the will of Mrs. Palmer, and were note- worthy because Mr. Justice Soovels de- clared that Mrs. Post had murdered Mrs. Palmer. Mrs. Palmer's will left Mrs. Post 1,000 dollars and her jewels. The friends of the former contended that neither the murderess nor her estate was able to receive a bequest from the victtm. The judge upheld the assertion. He ruled that "a murder confession is seen in the fact that Mrs. Post committed suicide. This is a prima facie case of murder."

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