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WEATHER V T A.II -- TJ n settled ami colder touijjlit; probably \vitli rain or s 11 o w ; Sunday unsettled. !1AHO -- TDhsct- t i e d : probably rain tonight and. Sunday. DESERVES SUPPORT s p o n s o r s TJtaK-Idalio Junior college basketball : series liere February ,26,' 27, --2S. Let s back' it.-'. · ' Fiftv Year--No. .223 OGDEN CITY. UTAH; SATURDAY; EVENING, FEBRUARY 21, 1925 NO COOK IS MUCH ACCOUNT AFTER SHE'S WEEKS; NOTICE BEEN GIVEN HER TWO in a note Hvslop, as News and Views, reviewing the list of large contributors to the j Kpiscopal cathedral in NIAV V York Citv, · asked who - Is 'I-.. Gordon munersley, with his 5100.000 gitt. · With the question ' wus. thla, paragraph, "Wonder 1C some day i someone of those . very wealthy , people will drop off in Osden and I "leave 5100,000 £qr a church.' The answer came from Rev. John W. follows; "To those who worship in tho j " Church of the Good Shepherd, Mr. Hamersley is not entirely unknown, as there is a marble' tablet In- the chancel wai; which tells the story of the erection of this church in Ogder. by the Hamersley family in memory of their daughter, Mrs. .Livingstone, who' died here in 1S73. Bishop ^Tuttle at the time was planning on a church In Ogclen and, after the death of the daugh- ir.r, the Hamcrslcys gav* $5.000. but the structure cost $11,000 and t h e ' f a m i l y met the entire bill. With that $11,000 a church which today -.would 'call for a'n expenditure of $25,000 was erected. . · · So we must acknowledge this gift of tho long ago. and.'ttrange. to relate, from the souvce that the ?100/000 has been t,-iven 52 years after. Blessings must have come to the family in its sivin-g. * * * While people -were signing the j roll for the cathedral and giving j most liberally, there appeared In ; one of the police stations ft that ; great city a. sir!' of 22. Her clolhos were scant protection ' irom - the.; cold, wet weather. Her lace was p'ale- and she was. thin. As she started to speak, she coliupsed. She had been working in a. canning factory in Brooklyn, making $12 a week. · Then she was laid o f f , and tried to get | housework.. but nobody -wanted 1 , a J factory girl with no experience as a servant. Her money gave .out,. her -rent became delinquent, and she had OF RICKETS CURE Kemedy Consists,- of Small 1 Amounts of Hydro- chlorie Acid ' SAX FRAXCISCO, 21. -- money, home or" family. She' sought shelter at the Y. W. C.. A. after searching all day for work, but was., denied admission.' When tho girl .was revived' an t d given something to ea 1 ; by the woman probation officer who was in; the Y. W. C. A. waa PSformed the night's lodging for the girl would be paid for. There you have a pictura of tho extremes of a large ci'.y.- People with hundreds of thousands of dollars to spare, others slrussnng in rags, to exist. 'The girl must have been making an honest effort. She could have stepped from the path of honor and have required no help. Those groat inequalities are not good for the future of our" country. ·-. ' Those who have in abundance- and to spare are in duty bound To inquire as to the welfare of those about ,them. They have a 'stewardship and shouio. be concerned as to how tho rest of the world exists. But great cities always wll.l have extremes. . There the successful and unsuccessful . meet, and there you will r.ml 1 human beings unequal to thu contest. New York, with its palaces, has its slums; has its bright s.'de.and Us sad side, and do what we may. therp will be girls crushed t o one side, old people in distress, and' children neglected. Yet we all have a duty to perform in helping,, those less cap- uble ot helping themselves- than we. * « * A sum o£ ?10.000 is b Mas raised for a Poo fund. \Vhui Edgar Allan Poe was writing his immortal poems, his cottage did 'not have furniture enough to take from it a barren aspect, and his frail wife was too thinly clad to ^ ^ keep warm. ' insisted yesterday Tickets'will, be , i entirely prevented if the diet of Had tho poet a sma.l part o f ; expecta nt mothers is rich in rnin- $10,000 being subscribed t° I cra i WAT SCENE Nearly Score of. Bodies Taken From Wrecked .. ; Workings ^ 51 HAVE PERISHED e to Test With School Pupil All London Waits to See W.hethbr Newspaper . : Owner Makes.As Good Mark As Boy s -Passing Elementary Grades- ' ARES SECRET OF JOHN I. Blind Colonel Claims to Solve Sixty-year Mystery ! SLAYER OF LINCOLN ~ - -iT'ONDON, Feb. 21.--London is looking, forward withj Pocket of GaS-.Explodes;!L amuse d. anticipation to the result of'the spe-cial ex- Debris Covers Many 1 amination to which Lord Rothermere. has. undertaken Dead .SULLTVAX Ind.'.'Feb. 21.--Weary, 'grief-stricken"' women walled-.at the top. of the City Coal company .-mine "today for . their ;'boy.s",'while a'.'score of men toiled : tinder · ground. · to -rei;o"Br!. tho j (blackened, and .bruised . bodies ,'of-| I the! 51 · miners .entombed 'in - an j explosion- yesterday. ' . . \A cave-in early today'halted for . jsevera-1 ho.urs the-, work 1 '-of-,'rescue i h after'- 17 bodies ...had b e e n . . t a k e n ! but.' After-damp'., the- dre/id poison I g r a s - o f - t h e ' m i n e r s , v made first 'at-'-j tempts to- recover the^'oC'rt.Jss pre- !' carious .'and' 'part . of rho iiig'ht i wag spent i n - r e p a i r i n g the 'mine's'! ventilating:'- system. . . . . · . ! i Th-e 'blast..trapped- all 'ji.e ni'e'n i {working" in .-liul.'e .room?-, tiff the-j third and 1 fourth, an-.! - - s e v e n t h ' ] and, eighth entries ''of L'lie '-mine. ] A' flash'-., of 'flame'- qr.irkly c o n - j ··sumed all - the.', life. 3'jsraining oxygen and the concussion -of the explosion brought/loose ; a-jal rum a 'sTiower of timber down': on .the workers. , . ., ' . FLOOD OF'GAS. M i n e - e x p e r t s said'-a oiitring ma-.j cliine working .close fo the .'-wall] of an abandoned mine, hiid'. cut t h r o u g h ; - a .partition, relojising. .a flood of'-.gas that had... ;i-ecumu- lated ..in : the -old.. .workings'. . A ! flame · f.r.om a' miner's n a;Tip ig- riite'd the gas and--causod.'Hie explosion. . -; · " . . - · · Kescuers 1 . were-'hope CM I'.that all of the ..'bodies .remaining.' in,"the pit w o u l d . b e recovered..tcday. · In four instances fathers .arid .sons" were'-victims. There .wore"-Earl and -Lex Robertson,' -Philirip-..and |: Wayne -Walters.- Florence .'and,!' Emil Lec.oc.q and Earl and ..Frank! Hawhee'.- ';·':'... ·_.- ; '..--.-'. .-.'.· '.'·'. .--.·'·-..··' ·'. The. '· solo ./survivor to submit : himself in reply to a challenge, to show whetH; ., e r h e is "better informed; than the average boy who has ibeen through the' London elementary school course. - The Daily Mail, one of Lord' ; _ j Roiherm.ere's papers, .the other riay ^ ' - a i n a a i n s t what P ARIS. Vcb. 21.--Advance spring coats-TIOW on. exhibition have nearly as much . fur -..trimmings as. those worn dnrinff tlie -winter. - Sonic arc shown-with, .collar^ of furs ar- vaiiR'ed in pfo.l1.crns.. . shaved lamb plaited wiUi-fine lines of squares' of -uxsellc ''lying nest to-'-squares pr ..beavers- aJid ermine stripped .-'with' seal skin.. Twills -and flat surface English mixtures, Tallies,'-crepes and ottomans combined with saily' pointed chit tons, arc tlie ino*t {··encrally seen fabrics'for suits. · There is also a .choicc_ this :-spring of, many beautiful prints ·In :'floral- patterns, geometric designs, polka. .clottings and- ·Stripes'. -'--"Strlpirigs. ace broken, cifd. irregrular, in an "evident cf- £ort' ; ;tb avoid the'barber-'pole. .effcjc't.'- ';'. - ':· ' ' ' .' Assassin Buried in Night and Acid Poured on Body . started- a campaign against what is described - as the extravagance: ! of the London county fcouncil i n j ; spending' 13.000,000 pounds stcrl- ;-ing annually on* an elementary cd- i ucation, which it contended '. was i not an education .as was shown by. i t h e complete inability of-- a. ma! jority of 26 boys who had-'nasscd ' t h r o u g h these schools to me5t the; : test set ..by -the -Mail, which wanted i a boy, aged- 14, as a -junior clerk. PUBLISHER A . This. 'aroused a - h o f - controvorsey I in ·\yhich many supported tlie'.news- i paper-though, the boys found i.-lcn- 1 ty of champions. Amons;. the iat- i t-er was W. G. Cove, former pres- 1 ident oi the National . .Union .O|f [.Teachers and "now a labor, rncni- l'bcr o£ parliament. . Mr. Cove de.- clared JLioi-d. Rothermnre' probably .! could not do any better than the ! boys- had . and anyway., challenged ; him to. proye...his. knowledge by an- j sw.ering- a. corresponding- number of questions. . . . - ' . ' · i · The\newspapr -ownar,- who -is-jn ; the- South of France; telegraphed 1 his acce.pta.nce, remarKino; -tbaf he ,' had left school', 4^- years --a go at. the : age- of -14 .and therefore, ihat. the 1 test was peculiarly appropriate. He I proposed to forfeit -to ..the-v .'labor ·' party' f u n d - l','0.00 '' pounds - if- he -did i. not. attara' a.--marlv of^.'Sl .1C he i'. succeeded -..his .;,. challengni*";.was.--to pay 200. -pound's, to the newspaper ; fund. DATE A , ' "llr.!'- Qove . replied a'leeiiully but. CHICAGO, Feb. 21. -- Colonel James Hamilton Davidson, former commander of the One Hundred .. Twenty-second infantry, today revealed what he said was the burial place of John TVilkes -l--ooth, assassin of President Abraham Lincoln, considered a secret for 60 years. Colonel Davidson, now - livinp here, believes he is the .only living- man who knows. Recently Klwin Harper' Sampson., one of tlic, seven' men who disposed of Booth's body, died, in IVfoline. Illinois, without revealing what had been donv. with the .body. ·- . Colonel Davidson was Jn com- 'ma.nd at Portsmouth, -'Virginia. I h night of Booth's burial i\nl was told of it by 'Colonel "Baker.' he-ad* of tire -secret service of tli? army. Since then. Davidson says, h 3 has kept secret the--inforrna'.io*i givei'i him.' Davidson has "been blind for 12 years. ' ' j. ACID -. OX BOJY -.. - ·Booth's body 'was buried In tho basement of a warehbuse\;it Ports-' .mouth, iri ; a' deep grave, n ' ere'd with ,-; Davidson says Col. ' |.saying: ;;;.."1 am. sure:your acceptance .i- ^lononrl . n n n r t t^T-1** · V'l.T-t?,^ * ITT ·does Grandchi Of Roosevelt l Tax cian rCMldren Tell Houdinii They. Do Not Believe · ' . "in-"Spirits'" ·", j'not depend. upon, ' arge; money . . , ·-' ' '' .... J);. odds nxeritioned'--;--and'.'Tjndei : to6k; to £ == = = =i T ^-^-e^;1 ; ;aj;aa^K^t^e^£S*^^ip^ "11"_'_"__ '""" I m o n e ' 'o'dds are not, nic'an't- us .a/ Dr. Martha V J.'^ Jones, associate of tho department of pediatrics at the University of California,, medical school, 1 here has" discovered; a cure · for rickets -- thut infant bone dis'ease which causes knotted joints, curvature of- the spine, soft and misshapen skulls, bow legs and crumbling, teeth. This became known today when the record of experiments and cures pcn'ormed by Dr. Jones, during the past three years, were recounted by the San ' Francisco · Examiner. · The · remedy for this widely prevalent disease, whii'i- medical authorities said exists in 30 per cent of this city's youngt-r children and 75 per cent .'of those in New York, is simple. It consists in giving 'hydrochloric acid in small amounts- in. thi patient's milk under physician's directions. Dr. Jones said- that the discovery resulted from finding that acid reduced .the 'mi'.Iaciy in rachitic puppies- and thst .from- this she* formed the'-thooiy that the disease was caused by a pre' ponderan'ce oC tern. alkali in ' the Although physicians declare that hydrochloric acid is a "bnro cure." Dr. Jones has gone lurcher and I- help do honor to his name, ho would have escaped much o£ the chill of the world. But if Poe had not suffered, if his soul had not been tortured N EW YORK. Feb. 21.--Houdini, the magician, · has found . eight grandchildren · of - the late . Theo-^ dore Rooseyelt one o£.-'the-.most Colonel . S i m m o n s Companion Injured In Auto Crash ATLANTA,'.- Ga.,! i.P'eb. . 21.- Colonel'-.W...J. Simmp.r^, .,of At- critical audiences he has ever panta.'- former, imperial wizard of .ic'onfronted. . . . . · |the. Ku ' Klux -Klan,\ arid 'Korris ' .Alth'bugh the. .'.'spirit"',of theirjMqore" ot"--.Houston",' Texas.'"su- grandfather, under the. magician's ^preme- · knight - recorder' 1 . ol tho guidance,' wrote- a 'message and i Knights.'', of -- tlie ' Flaming -Sword, 'then'painted 'tiis; own. portrait .and W hich- Simmons now heads', -were that" of- his 'son,'. Quentin, -on" .a.] pro b a bly fatally., .injut-ed-'' in,, an slate for their, intertalnment:..at jautomobile accident- last' night -'20 a party yesterday, : ,tliey.'showed !mUes ' f r ' 0 m-.Gainesville;.'."Georgia, wonderment for. the "spirit." .They-, it was learned here toda'-y. "· ; "' all-said they-'-knew. there.'.was;-not p .. - : ! .,..--^ o ^ -r^,.- a n y such ! thing.' · · · ' . . ... , j Paulina ' Long-worth 'was -,the-j only grandchild absent . · ' . ' · ' . | Houdini. .later -said that Teddy, junior,' -was' the most critical o f ! the audience. .-During., the .sleight- j of-hand -stunts .'th'at preceded--the "spirit" manifestation's .. and .'the "seance,".. Teddy .came near, .to discoverin'g.:the 'secrets, of the performer. . ·' ·· ' . ' ' · ' " : . ' ' "He was :not .satisfied with seeing" the tricks," said .H'oudint. '"He had t o - k n o w how they-were--.done. IS GROWING CHICAGO, Feb.. Strong opposition to Twice 1 'I had to'; push -him away, tion o£..a. t He was · getting-to.o close.-.to''tho e n t t i m e , - c a secret.' 1 21.'--'M 5 ) --the-; forma- third -party, ai; the pies- came .today at the meeting, h'e'te of-..the-.'conference for progressive- political -". action;.;, 'from the 16 labtr. organizations.-. -...'.".. The labor, ;.organiza'tioas'" detc-r-". mined their- ···course'- : .yesterday' when chiefs of .the-"labor'-organizations,- including- ,'thre'e.- o'C . tlie "Big' Four":;- transportation, broth- (Continued on Two) LITTLE JOE BME OF -rffs: BEST WAYS TO "LOSE TIME is TO WATCH THE CLOCK ALL, DOORMAN IS SUSPECT IN UQUORGASE WASHIXGTOX. . Feb.' 21.--EU j 4-v/-vT T » T TlTT T erh'oods decided --to. sub'mJt-'-a :.resgj- I II II I A r t rsll I lution at the, conference (lonv-Cn- \J\JL-ti-tT\L \ LJiL^Lj tion 'today,, outlining- theif. posiffoii ;as strongly- opposed .'.to... a third, --: 7- .-· , · i party. - . -: ' ..- . · ...... .' '· .' . "· - "· LOS ' A.NGBLES, -Feb.' 21.--A] · Only' nine of thq-j.lS' 'leaders' burglar who' visited the home; of -; favored -entering the conveuuon Miss Anna .Tuckfield,. between at all. - - - - - , . / . · . · midnight and dawn; carried away. a kiss and five'dollars, she; told police. She awoke and saw Uie intruder, "take a --live-'dollar/^blll .from the top.--of her, .dresser,-:she compiained!..and was-"so' frightened, that she closed.'her.-'eyes .again. . . KILLED IN - ^'"·^·^ ^ _ _ BARGrE-EXPLOSION .He was coupling'-^a'rsi't-rn-'Y.t'h'e- main -entry just--outs!de' tliic;-third. 1 ' and; fourth . entries. ·'. Davidsonr" whose --injuries -'-w.ere received---in,his third-- experience "in . inine ' accidents .and ,who insists .that- when; he recovers ' - h e ' - w i l l resame.' "-'-occupation,.'-today- 1 wa '.K f r o m - ' c u t s .and' bruise);.'-. : - , . . SOME BODIES CO\T^K£D.. Cobb Lamb,-' a.membei-..'of the- rescue-' teaTi'i,"-aftei- an-- exploration' of Hhe .workings,, said -theV.e, was a possibility.-.that' '.some-.' of. the' bodies would . never -be . recovered. There were many'.baVi ialls," he; said, ' t h a t , had [covered, turn's of the -bodies, making it alm-ost impossible to retrieve' tncij'i. : .. - .. . ! Many of the. women, waiting at [the 'mine .mouth '. wer?"loathe fo j believe their . 'relatives, hpd per- ish'ed.-'.The wife^and ,l"oui- daughters .of i)'ave Smith, w.ere insistent .that: he 'had . escaped.-. His name was, among the missing. . . ' ' . ' . : . · "As. the rescue-work -progressed various' theories regarding the- 'origin -of .the .e-xp'losion . w e r e - a d - vanced.'- That a" gas .pocket was opened up. 'was -generally agree.d but" whether" it: -was. ignited., by miners' lamps r pr by a.'spark, -from' some -unknown 1 ..source was,.uncertain! ·' ' · " · ·' IXVESTJGATION LIKHLT. · Davidson'.told- of- 'Seeing .Harry Anders9n. mine.boss- aarl, one of the. missing,' hurrying ; into .'three and.'four entry" a few seconds^before the .explosion.. 'Dc.v' J added that he had; h e a r a ' of the -workers--, tal-kiii.x .of . a "saueeze"' in the entry : a:jd pre ov ^ v *^ w " ' ' . , , ' .1 _ A |i IH3 VV U tl tli i l i . ^ M ' * ' - ' - ' - " - tf-v --»-. -- « -- «... sumed ' -that;, 'Anderson., liad gone for 'j ulla1 . e . .. sbcu]d .'.congress 'fail.: to- to .investigate^ the coiictiuqn . .°V| cnact . such legislation- before.':.ad- the workings. ··· ' , · - . - . ' ·' " · ,7 Journment.-' ' ' - . - .-. . ' · · ' . Norval -.Harris, Sullivan -countj- ' · - ^ ^ - · prosecutor, -"said'- t o d a y ' that a grand jury investigation , of the ·disaster'is' improbable,..- - _ -A.n ;; investigation .. w.oiiid · ado little -if anything". to^'tl-e'V-known facts as to! how.:. to . prevent "an accident i n ' t h e future, 1 ' siid,Har- money' 'o'dds are not, nic'an't- us .a/ 'ba"r:'T'.Y - · · '· , "-.- --· ; : . ' · ' · · - . ' ' . .There the .matter, resf s-" for ; the- moment awaiting for finc.1 atii-iiige- ! ment -of the- date and othcrVcori-; ditions. .' ' · · / . . - · keting Boar.d Pushed · . " Ahead · ' :· · .'...WASHINGTON, ^Feb. 21.--A favorable report', was ordered ^today by the. senate agriculture co"m- mittec". upon'; the · Haugen bill to' create a federal co-operative marketing board. ' . . · , · , - · · ; ' · " ' . · .The.'"measure would -establish a. federal - ' co-operative . marketing board," 1 comprised of-_ .five, mem-, bers to function in,, the registration and Mother · matters ^relating to" cooperatives "and' authorized.- a_n appropriation of $500,000 for- the board. ' . . . ·- , The.- postion of President; Cool- MUSTMARRY . TO BIG ^ , - . Baker 'Void hirir.' The grave, vras ' filled with limestone ' arid dirt. .. ".Tu^t after the shootini; ot P.ooth' 'at L Bowling. -Green. "'. -Virgin!.-!.. · -by .Sergeant- Boston" Cprbortr" says .-'';· Colonel Da-vidspri; "a report came ~ : to .me about a" group or .men acting mysteriously in the-,midJkv of the night around .one, of trie v.'are- houses.. . . · .1 ' ".-·',,. "I' didn't. liaye ; to- wait long, for ' my -.·information..-"' ..Tlie .' hcaij"joe the, secret service ;; Iri -fhe -uriny; Col. Baker.-.-caine to; m'e'.'the.jn.ext-inorri- . ... .·"This, is' what' -he snW: . Tn.^ night I brought, into -Portsmouth' the body-Of Booth,- the man who killed : the president. ./Six ' of my. men .'carried-, it on a -stretcher to the- first · wareliouset-to ''^e ^ortlu W e - t o o k ' It Into the -basement, whore we -du? a' grave. -. ." 'The' .body was -placed iii'.therii. and covered-wjttv acid.y Then the =rrave'was 'filled'with-limestone and dirt. · · · · · ' . · ' · · · ' . ' "That was 60*.years ajro.'. There' can't .be"any harm in telling it now. The country ought, to know."'. - " SASKATOON, -.Sa'sk., .Feb. - 21.-Alfred T.' Blake, a .fox farmer- of W-ilkie. Sask., ' w i l l .become the i owner of .estates in:'-England -and-!';. Scotland^ valued'.-at $648,000 ff--he- complies ,-with stipulations- .set down by his - late uncle; : ; ArtKur G. Blake in-Tils will, -..-.-pne of trie ^ ^ - to farm ,e gisla . e. u ° n -, was re-emphasized- rwhen 'if u n -, was re-emphas . · :-yesterday:.that it. as. most un- ris. S0L0NS : LOSE G-: 0. P; BANK · WASHI-NG-TO-N-, ··-Feb.- : 21.--s°n- ate' Republican : leaders- have -de- 'termined to' follow.' up"-the action;: 'of the house ; 'in · reading, insurgent: CHINA, PAYS F0K requirements 'is that 'the. .-heir-shall 'be married .before "'-January,. 1; "l 930 ;·· .another'; that- .he visit ' : the spot in South--'Africa-where' his father was 'killed in -thp Boer war, and a' third-Js Hhatvhe- visit",hi's mother's birth.'place"'in "Umbalta, India.''-. . ' · : '" - - . ' ' . ; . . . - '-" . . SEES GAIN ·NATION'S BUSINESS NEW YORK, -Feb. 21._-r-Dun's today . says: .,- . .' . ' · · ' · ."After- the'. expansion of recent .montis. : it ;is-' no.t -surprising -that .'further gains' in. business-"develop. ; moce};- slowly-, --ana.' that ,in . some, ·quarters -aJn, abatement.-of .demand, has' lately", occurred. :.!Purchasing- has been .large In many, instances,^ covering-', requirements'', for. some'- t i me.- ahead Tand~ thus- leaving 1 ess incentive! 1 .Tot.' "buyers t;o'.-make. r a'd- ·p ATTCl l 'ditibna]- c[o'inmi'tme''n'ts" -until- goods": jA.^s.j.j-'tj, previously 1 '.ordered' ''hive ; passed: ' j into consumption':'-.That,the"'.move: _ _ . . . , . ·'- _ T vr . -p. h n . _ - tm_ The ' ment -of merchandise, is o; notably; :. PEKING. ..-!Feb. ·- .1.--W;--ihc h -volume" is shpwn-by-returns fhin'p.^ rrnvernment todav Daid to . y ..,··',~'.__,^'._._ f .'!--^. -ifr,: Chinese government today, .paid to .foreign"governments::.?3.0D.,,0'00 .Chinese cur.rency.. indemnity-''forr-acts. .. committed' 'when of, railroad'- fre'iffh't .traffic '· which- to set' new- precedents and Accused Warden Scores Point -in Colorado. . ' . Court Case ""* CAXON CIT/T, Colo.; Feb.-'-21.-.(/?)--Whipping as a. part of discipline . in Colorado penal institutions is legal, the- state/ civil- serv,-., ice commission unanimously'ruled late Friday in acting on a .motion., by attorneys of [former" Governor;. Sweet -.who'-Is" pressing,'-charges-bt.-'. prison ;mismanagement · -against. Thomas . J. ' Tynan,.- penitentiary warden. : ALLO.WED. .:/ · 'The use of 'the lash is ".permissible, the commission declared/, in defining the coristrutcioh- -bt.'-'ihe stated law - giving "autiiority to : tKe ; prispn warden to." USE-"ivha'tcver fpr^e- is necessary":E-to . tompel , 'obedience and enforce 1 :"discipline.' ; · By"-virtue':--o£ '.the ;rilling.-a ,large portion "of the" former··govemdr's :_ charge of permitting ''brutality';' to ·" prisoners" brought Against. ;Tynan / ,are partially^ eliminated- from the, ·accusations. OnlyHhe qvestion of Shlnghai-Peldrig:, express train was. raided by bandits/'on- Rray- 26, 1923, "' , , arid. ,300 perso.ns;"';inclu'dirig...'2i~ : .fbrv 'by other' : faVorable-statistical'-'cpm-" carisoris.--; 'Records .of. b'anteicleai:-; v-o?:.trad 3 e.,acUvity';is; t 'aovfl^m^^}^^^^^^'^^^^: 'hv othpT- favorable-;statistical-coma - tr,-, ^.-._ ____'_~.i_ ·. j,*' · j ' . . mgs,--:of ; mi!l takings *6f co.tton and; ·* . nient': than the emergency: demand,- -n.,1* "f*n v+ ' he*. /IT»-t-^ Al"^''TiT~nH/*fl_ ' ·" .' signers.: the'-, most: prominent -of oT T n e HOlioU ' 111 A w^v*-**-^. A.--' -- .. 0 -^---. . -, · ... . , . i - - j " - - ' -», · t tr i i u w L a i o . i l -mo-i/ vj., «u-j \OL.L -a,v. RepublicaTis-..out'of Jhe-.pai-ty-coun-;..:ress; JJaotozuku' ar.d held;.fqr- ran- | · specificafionsl-.-agilnst-, con-:, cils by removing- tli.em' ; ;f-rom their.,.sorn..-. - · - . _ . ··"· , - · · ···-.;·'· , tracts ·exc.eedlng^.sKipmentsSin 'the; ·committee^ placee.; and.-givinir-'Uicm.: . · . - , . - - --$° . . . . ^ .,- Chicago- 'district?' 1 --' .·'· -: : .-' ';'·'·.· '··' ·'· ,^. . - . ^ ^ SOLDIES a ^separate izing committe.es; G. Wrig-ht. a doorman at the capitol. was one of four persons arrested yesterday and charged by police with being members' 1 of a bootleg ring. Wright, who with the others.- was charged .with fl 7 , legal possession and sale of liquor, was arrested on the complaint of Representative, Cooper. · of Ohio. Prohibition agents charged he had fearfully, -feigning, -'sleep. been intoxicated at the capitol. while o n - duty. feigned.it so that . 'lar pause.d to ste'al' a kiss.-before':. an r he. .stole .away. · . ' ANCIENT r CITIES · ' FOU^TDi IN. PERU treme action".will' be, take'n,Hn,-the, case .o'f. Senators-La ^F6llette,,;"Ladd:,Brogkr 1 hart .and "Fra'zier.',read. 'out. .of;;.the. · . · · · - · .- · · * . . . - : : : · · · . - . i-riartv coiin'cils-'at' the':; .conference; . -.PH.IIiADELP.HIi;:.' .Feb.: 21-.--- ^^oVSiber^wnen"'.tlie;:Republ;L--' She ]T ii ree . men. were ..reported ..killed. ,,,_;':"·,,;, m'mitte'e'--von^ .committees --~ ' "a number., inured ·Iq.day .when'l,^^ ^ tWs : !n i on th:'.l Under ''·*-'* .Weekly 'bank:'.clearings.- $9,'GOO,: . 1412-, 000.. BUENOS' 'AIRES;. dispatch to 'south-western-.' p'art.; of.-.;'the ; 'city... Tlie. blast; was ; .-so ' iprfific. It [was felt. '--in'-'-. th'i central- part -of , \v_. i Philadelphia.' :'-· qiirusing:" -so ...niany "£\ · i'teleph'pn-e;calls"'thaf:,;tlii;;.cit.y"svelec- . one. . . Peru, says that- - DIES IN CHICAGO Fla., · Feb.. 21.-Harry T. Evans. 51, Chicago, vice president o' the-Morion Route, the C. I. ft L. railroad, died at a -hotel Were todajf. , · . ' . - - ' - - . ' . ; lHOuliLvLJLns-.mjar - C aWe ; cbn'sr'esie'd -''·-·'- ··'·-··"'' ^ , -j.-^ 1 ' "-"r* 1 --. 1 « - ·i-ri-'T i **"*·.*:,, A e-d. ' - - . l . r o a a i **"*·.*:,, A ,.i:a.l.roaa . . . . -j.-^ r * . - ·i- **·.*,, , Thc . dlsc - OY6rer sa ys. thai -he --f 6urid e-d... near', the : 3,.-r.-j;.,..:,. / :a..roa ·"ejnalns-.of 'stone. buil'dirigs^a temple ;-bridge. ·- · . . , ' · · . - ··,,-,· ,,:..r..i...- . . " . - , , - ftd 'a fountain in the s ln'ca'.x-ity"'a.n'd'':'.' Mve alarmsl-of :.fire,;,KC::e . sound-. That- -there- were :traces'"of :a.w\-ide;.ed,!,and, . e«octs..;w.ere,-. : at^cted:,,to. - road -. which · descended from .^.the^saye -,:the .- bridge, -and;':;t-Q^KK6p. f .the _ I t _. j - - - - -i.-.. _.-^. ._.._ -- - ' v ' ' p ~ - . e city-.-down..the'- mountains plant... Se'r-. Hobokeiv;. ra'n.cer-:p'n' g-ea'nt.- John J- Loftusrot.-' N. ;; ' J";. . returned '^from'.-F r .th"e.;'-liher · '· Eresideht.-'vHar'd-Irig :'.Fi-i:day; :; ."the!,.'las't--'.iriemberV:'o-i:'-,t J rie'--A.; ' - " ' : ' ' ~ ' 'JE;..-F-,-"-to' : .-get ,ba'ck'~fr-onv .overseas..' ' ' ' - ' - BIRD BH.L is: OPPOSED -.age.- o.f It b e" Aith' ony. ·M'terat-prv ;y i rcl refue.'!bill was...prevorite'd- in tnr .house .-late'^ Friday.;.",by : ;,-t'Iiie.;di!Tiajid ter'r.upted. -'shortly; after w ^ i t v f. *«i-.. -o - u. -. -.-- , . - . ! .1 · . ,.£_; '^.·WCMlDl-'id.UH Such..' as.va,' : ;mi_n.0rity.\-.dastmct..-from: ;-·.-.·.-_, .^_ ·Che--ieia'ocrats."'.:: ·''=:;··;.«··;·. ··.::'.-';.;'-^.". '^'·'·T^.'.':-:'^. · ' ;'goyern£n'gf.: the'':\ institatlon,. ';tiiTvin'»ifh'a-?-'. : tn'ei" brison "boa f:'^i.n'e;-. .George;. £ '.wh-p.^s'-suf-. ,irbm' ; 1^ncliitis^i^y^:;?:^,*:-'c , '.' _.'- W-!nrl+-^rT.'«- -·'"+ia'rvixT-i«Tr»"'f'TiTO'.i'll*^ ft' was' recorded .ib'n.-Engl'isri-or':Americ'an;. courts as 'cruel" and unusual - punishment;", it-he ruling read. "-^'Tlie severity; .of '£h-e- whipping .docs' not 'make · it i'cruel'.«.or unusual,under the , con- ·stitutlon."' ...·,,·." ·'.'·· · ; - · ' - . ' '·The', ruling- came, down after extended 'argument'-'bj' counsel and grew' out'.-of, an objection by Tynanrs attorneys to his'exarr.ina r tiba 'by "prosecution counsel into 'his- authority ;for ..., promulgatingg 'rules, ; -n-fitten--. or= : oraJ. allowing and, ..ordering suc.h disciplina'ry . measures. 1 .:'" .- r ' ..1 ' · .' " ."-·Testimony.''-of the accused war- deri,.-.called--to' .tne.'stahd as'. a; : wit-'- . .ness..for 'the prosecution,, was in- . " be-

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