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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVTLLE COURIER NEWS ™«»™ M ««TO«™»»(»™iiJlK-«sSraD5?isb!:'. -^'-••"*. " w VOL. XXI.X-.VO. 289 Blytheville Dally News. ulylhevillc Herald. . . — Leader, niviiieviiie Courier. K1-YTHKV1I.I.K, ARKANSAS, \VMDN KSLU V, OCTOHKU 2<> SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS] W TRIAL FOR ATTITUDE '{Governor Greets Dixie Farmers flFTEB ' respEn Idaho .Senator First Reported in Hoover Camp, Then As Uncertain. BOISE, Idaho, Oct. 26. (UP)— | The iK>silion of Senator William E. Borah, Republican, toward supporting and endorsing or rejecting President Hoover as head of his pirlv's ticket was covered with .some nb- .sciirity today after Borah had been Quoted last night as saying he would be a Hoover voter. Borah today declared he had as yet made no decision' as to v'r.am he would support for the presidency, although after his Nampa speech last night attacking former Governor Alfred E. Smith he was asked by.a United Prcs,-; corre.ipon- ocnt, if-this ntt-ick niofliit he wciilU ' ~"~ — — "— --—*•••••••« u-. n^uo^.in^^ be a Hoover voter. i campaign sv.ing through the south, but rather a pleasant one at Ihnl, "Yes." the correspondent quoted' J ll(J SinB from the smiles on the faces of Hie Democratic presidential htm as replying. candidate and the Georgia farmeis who hailed his car. The roadside amplify the' statement '^J? |" ceptlon was one of a scl ' ics * iTC " nooscv " 1 as »* " r °<« "'<»» Atlanta cated he h 2rt no plans for actively I!° W " m Spl ''" SS ' ° a ' II was ln lhls Commmlt 5' "»'t lie" established supporting ihe. president's cam- Wai ™ Springs Foundation for the treatment of crippled persons I'aljn. ' | KOC » artcr an attack of poliomyelitis had deprived him temporarily of Slayer ^ife This wasn't a schedule;! stop on Governor Franklin D. R-josevelt's BY UNITED TRKSS Decision of Senator William E Borah to vote for President Hoover bolstered Republican hopes today as both presidential candidates squared off for final Intensive drives in the election battle. .President Hoover concentrated on preparation of th« address he will deliver Friday night at Indianapolis on his fourth invasion of the doubtful middle west. Steaming up hts campaign the .president will carry bis attack -into Governor' Roosevelt's home territory, oi New York next Monday. . He then may return to the western battle ground. - - Governor- Roosevelt paused in New York to plan with his advisors the strategy of lib forthcoming Invasion of the New England states. -Informal polls show these states favor Mr. Hoover. Ihe -central .west and south iwith a speech at Baltimore last nlpht assailing t.he administration "horsemen of destruction, delay, dec-ejt, and despair."^ •.-Senator. Borah. Insurgent Republican, leader of Idaho, announced last summer be could p^t s""port Mr.'-Hoover'on the Republican •. platform^. •-.' • • Answers .Al Smith > At' Namrxi. Idaho, last-nieht he unleashed his famed oratorical fury; in -reply to Alfred -E. Smith's Newark speech". Borah said Smith "denounced as bigots alt who arc against the return of the liquor traffic," and left "no doubt as to where respectable people ought to go." ' He told the United Press this meant definitely Ije would vote for Hoover. Secretary of Trecs::ry Mills, soeakitiv at Cincinnati, denied the Republicans were fostering a campaign of "fear" in an effort to turn voters away from the Democrats. Hc declared that whatever fears the votes may have arose directly from the declarations of Governor Roosevelt and the record of the house of representatives under Democratic leadership last session. - Hoovfr PUng Schedule WASHINGTON. Oct. 20 (UP) — President Hoover will make a brief speech in Cincinnati Friday en route to Indianapolis, it was learned today. The president will reach Cincinnati about noon and Indianapolis about 4 p. m. It was also learned that Mr. Hoover, en route to New York on XTonday. will sneak In Philadelphia and Newark, N. J. He will stop in Newark about an hour nnd go to a : hall for the speech. His pause in Philadelphia will be limited to about 15 minutes. Harry Fmier In Municipal Court Harry Frasler, operator of a tourist camo on Hlehwav 61, south •of Blvthevllle. at the place known as Harris' park, wns cleared of a charge of onerating a dlsorder- Jy house by Municipal 'judcc C. A. Cunningham yesterday afternoon. M. c. Henderson, negro, wns fined j](j f 0r pgtit larceny. He was convicted of the theft of a watch. A charge ofj grand larceny p?alnst Claude Eaton, rwrro. was nolle pressed when the prosecuting witness sent word that he P'ould not appear against the ne- pro The prosecuting witness lives in Missouri sd Is bt within jurisdiction of the court. •bight Callowayfl alias L. E. caraway, wa j flned one doUir on « charge- of disturbing the peace. the iisu of liis legs. RQOSEVELI SEtS Sterling Acts to Enforce . Order Held Invalid by U. S. Court. AUSTfN, Tex., Oct. 26 tUP)— Tide Running Strongly Toward Democratic Ticket He Asserts. NEW YORK, Oct. 26. (UP)—Gov. - -, - ^..., \_njv, i.y (.UJ- i *i*j t w *. vj-iVfVj <^*_L, iU . ^ \Jl I *^U\. Armed national guardsmen and I Franklin D. Roosevelt is confident Texas 1 rangers today took com- ' the Democrallc presldenthl ticket is ma:iU in Hie richest Texus.oil-field gainin B favor throughout the csun- as Governor Ross Sterlin~ '• ' .-.-... , . — " -'n'i" >.« i in me puiu ciwi^, ne saia loua curb crude •petroleum production. I on his first visit to Democratic na commission nir | "0-1 1 I •* ' ^ ust « tllrncd tour ' - designed to prevent physical waste .of .oil glutting mid-continent markets. A federal tourt decision returned -Monday .nt Sherman held the commission's authority invalid. Almost immediately the eovern- n-- was informed that 16 wells near Tyler had been opened to full capacity. The executive gave Col. L. "The trip in every way was not only encouraging," he to!d ' newspapermen, "but it confirmed my definite opinion, .which I gathered in the first trip, nnd that is that the tide set in many weeks ago for the Democratic ticket nn;l is continuing to flow that way nnd will continue that way until lh= polls cy. e execuve gave Col L S. Davidson, stationed at Kil?or^ ! close -" in the heart of the field, the right Hoosevelt said he had not read to call out as many troopers as! foin ' er Governor Alfred E. Smith's necessary to enforce the commis- '• - N '™ark speech in which he accused sion's ruling pending Its appeal to i th e Republican party of bigctry in (h? United Slates supreme court. . Along with the soldiers 34 1028 campaign. The governor said he definitely --•"••£! 11 »i,ii 1111- 3uiiui.i.~i lit ' *««,- BU\ CAIIIU .Vdiu lit (IPiinilCiy Texas rangers, members of the : planned to siwak in Boston Monday state police force, were sent to | night. Church Is 132 Vears Old i BREVARD. N. C. (UP)—Cele-i bration of the 132nd anniversary of Davidson River Church has been held, with prominent fnml-: lies from all of Western North Carolina attending. 1JEXILES Closing Stnck rricex'..l\ Dticc Predicts Fascist A. T. and T 103 1-2 i Anaconda Copper Auburn " Rule of Europe as He Extends Olive Branch. Continentnl -Baking General Electric ... General Motors Middlewest Utilities Montsorr.'.ry Ward . New York Central . Packard Radio Simmons Deds Standa.-d of N. J. to 93 1-4 j Premier Mursolinl. apparently 5 '•'•! secure in his belief in 'the uncon- 1S 3-8 j qu cra ble force of his dictatorship. i j 1-8 j esteniled (he olive branch to | thousands of former fees !of his n 1-v. rcf! i mc provided they renounce the error of their ways and cooperate 23 1-4 2 7-8 23 5-8 Texns 'Cc-y 13 i_; U. S. Steel 35 l-t York Cotton Cotton closed very steady. Oocn High Low Close Dec Jan Mar May Jul Oct 625 631 635 646 656 664 633 636 646 656 665 664 617 632 631 641 650 664 631 635 6« 655 664 GG4 Spots closed'at 640, up 15, o, u t e t. Orlfnnx fotton -Cotton closed very steady. ""^ 633 632 ^5 mi J?" S« 63S 619 6 34b JJ^, '«36 644 628 644 J»l •'-'•'•'•' 654 664 048 6fi3 00 1 -—. —_ *•>,.. with Fascism. At the same lim.i he predicted a universal Fascist triumph In Europe and a century of Italian power, with Italy returning "for the third lime" to direct human clvllizalion. Britisher to Run as Candidate for Sheriff MAUSTON. Wls. (UP)-A British subject will be the Republican candidate [or Sheriff of Juncau County at the November el;cl(on. Morgan O. Rider, who won Ihe nomination at the primary, became a Canadian citizen when he left Juneau County In 1912 to homestead In Canada. When he relumed to (lib country,, he look out his first citizenship papers, but stopped there. When reports circulated that he was not eligible for the office of sheriff, he iccelvcd an opinion from an Immigration examine? that he could obtain his second papjrs Dec. 12 and become a full citizen in time 10 qualify in January, if elected, Si. Loiiis'CfKHiibei- of Com- rr-crco Rids Outlook Encouraging. ST. LOUIS. Oct. 20 i UP)—Employment lias ineicasod 2D.OOO 111 Ihe lower Mlssisslpiil :m;l Missouri valley rentals durlnc; Hie Dust :10 days, and projects Hint will K lvc employment to 3.000 moro are soon to be started, a 'survey by (he research bureau of the St. Louis clioinber of commerce re- oled today. Business conditions have improved wncrnlly. Ihe SCIITCV. which | included k.:y cilles In Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois. Indiana, Kansas. Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma. Tennessee »»d Texas, indicated. Higher i>iicr s for farm products have resulted hi an Improvement In all sections, the survey noted. An improvement was noted 'In railroad employment, In the s,t,?;l mills of Birmingham. Ala., and In the trl-stalcs 7inc arc of Missouri. Oklahoma nnd Kansas. Ciovcniinonl operations on t.he Missouri and Mississippi rivers will nrovld? cinplnvmcnt for at least 25,000 men, wllh a total of more than (23,000,000 available for work (o be completed before June 30. 1933, Hie bureau said. nspalr shops of Hie St. Louis Southwestern railroad cpmoanv have been reopened nt Pine Blutf, Ark., RlviiiR employment to 500 men. The Missouri-Pacific is Increasing o]»ratlons nt its Little Rock and i'aragonld, Ark., Cof- feyvllle nnd Kansas CILy, Kan., repair shops. The Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy railroad has advanced operations nt Aurora and Calesburg. III., shops. nuiv Pistols Al Each Oilier on Busv Corner of Mississippi Town. Commissioner 'Sam Wilson Only Member to Vote Against Bureau Plari. LITTLE ROCK.—By a vote of four to one. the :Uat2 highway commission yesterday approved the .~?c- ond emergency road construction program submitted by the United States Bureau of Public Roads wr.ich calls for expenditure of approximately $4,200.000 In regular and emergency federal aid on 45 projects before June 30. Sam J. Wilson of Portland, cos\- missioner for the Monllcello Agricultural School district, declined to approve the program on th: ground -that his district and otr.ei sections of the southern half o' the state have been discriminate^ against in allocation of the emergency funds. The only northeast Arkansas projects on the program as approved are: Highway 63—Marked Tree SlODj- \vay bridge. S180.000; Hoxie to Jonesboro, retread surfacing, ?225,000; grading three mllr-s west o! Jonesboro, $50.000. Hlifhiray 67—Coming north, concrete, 5140,000: Walnut Ridge north paving. {112.000: Pocahontas south, concrete. $21.000; Newport to Dias. concrete. 452.000. Highway 70—Forrest City city connection, concrete, $15,,000; retread over L'Anguiile bottoms, SI2,- 000: retread between Brasfisld ani Dagmar, $57.000; concrete from Biscio to Braffield. $43.000; concrete from Lonoke west. $227.000: concrele from Hazen to DsVali* BlufT. $115.090; new bridge over St. Francis river at Madison. S230.000. The pronosal for a new brldg? over the St. Francis river at Lake City has teen ;liminaled. Wheat Falls to All Time Low on Chicago Board CHICAGO. Oct 20. (UP)—December wheat dropped today to the lowest price at which any future has sold on the Chicago board of trade since futures trading be^an 70 years ago. At 44 1-8 cents a bushel December wheat set a new all time low At the close all wheat futures were 5-8 of a cent below yesterday's final figr.res and only fractionally above today's lowest levsl. The closing prices were December, 44 3-4 cents. May, 50 3-8. and July, 41 1-2. Com closed 1-4 to 1-2 cent hlgli- cr. MJjyj Get (UP)—Apparently tlw result of '» j business disagreement, Imj Imsl- ness men emptied (heir BUIIS ul each oilier tixluy in n ilmvu town duel which eiuk'd In death for C'.corpc UttMclcl, «5. and n murder charge agalnsl II. o. KIlclu'll 55. No slntement could IK obtained rroin Llttlefl;ld as hc died almost instantly, while Kltchrl! refused lo lalk about Hit; duel I hut win foutjht on one of lhc principal corners of the business district . Witnesses said that UUleflckl shot twice before KItcliell could .whip out his Run. nolh emptied their guns. KItcliell suffered only r.OK'dcr burns. Deputy Slic-rlff S. W. Clark suld LUtlefleld. a jeweler and wnlch repalrev. hnd rented his place of biulneu from Kllchell. who operates .a machine shop. "Our preliminary Investigation' Indicates KItcliell wus justified In | shooting In order to ilrfrnil lilm- Belf," Clark snld. A 'preliminary hearing probably will be held for Kllchell in tlw next few days. The Hev. S. Allhra licrile, cnmlrtcd at Musko B ce. Okla.. of (he imiKlw of his nrsl wife, Is .shown ho,, a.s he nppcaml In court Al his side Is his 10-yi-iu-old bride, lo marry v.hom. llu> stale clmr*« hu kllwl his ' Prosecutor Will Ask , statetnpr>t of. Indictment o( Bisriotx WASHINGTON. Oct. 26 (UP) — United 'States District Attornev T e'o Rover told the United Press today (hat the covernment Is readv in proceed Monday to seek reinstatement of -an Indictment charging Bishop James Cannon .tr. with violation of the federal corrupt practices act' In tlw 1028 campaign. • Cannon wns Indicted jointly with his clerk. Miss Ada Burroughs, treasurer oi lhc "Headquarters Committee, Anti-Smith Demo'"rats." The Indictment 'was filed November 2, 1931, after the senate campaign InvcstlgallnR committee had traced lo Cannon lame sums 'which were nol reported In statements of campaign rccclnts and expenditures of political or- lanlzntlons with which hc was cooperating. ' Attorneys for Miss Burroughs nnd Cannon submitted a demurrer Blending first, that there had been no violation of the law, nnd second, that Ihe corrupt practices let was not conslllutlonnl In so far ns It related lo tho election of "residential and vlce-nresidcntlal electors. It was on this lallcr contention that Justice James Proctor of the district supreme court dismissed the government's in- Itctment last February. Ho did not rule on the constitutionality of the act. Cotton Picking and Ginning We$l Advanced WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (UP)— Cotton picking and ginning made Sood pro?re.c.<; last work nnd now Hre lareely completed except In n few northern sections of the belt, the weather bureau reported to- dav. Tho bureau said the cotton belt had fair, sunny weather throughout the week except in the cx- '.reme northwest section. In Hie central northern portion of the belt the harvest of lowland cotton was reported further advanced than is usual at this time of year. R. 0. T. C. Junior Loses 47 Pounds by Dieting RALETGH. N. 0., (UP)—A Junior ir. the State College R. O. T. 0. regiment reduced his weight 47 pounds during the summer and now his trousers arc four and t. half Inches too Jarta In the waist. Hc now weighs a mere 250 pounds. Dletin? and a little hard work accomplished the trick, he said. He was first refused permission to tafa the military course as a freshman, but when hc produced his uniform, he was allowed to enroll. This fall, two freshmen were disqualified for mllll&ry as being to large, and one for belnff too small, Oklahoma Minister. Con- vlctecl of Wife Murder, Claims Innocence. MUSKOOEE, Okln.. Oct. 28 lUP)—Facing life imprisonment for,the poison murder of his first wife, the Rev. s, A. Berrlo today planned a personal a|)penl to Oov William II. Murray. . "I ma an Innocent man." the BZ-yrnr-old (Infracted minister told thi> United Press, adding thai the verdict In which the Jury recommended life Imprisonment at hard Inlior. "floored" him. The stale charged : Berrlc with poisoning his wife lo bo free to marry n Ifl-ycnr-old Sunday school teacher with whom he eloped only a short time alter the first wife's death. Evidence was Introduced lo show he courted her with love lyrics while his wife wns still living. 'I have known Governor Mur- Believe Man They Con- viclcd at Osccola : Last Week Innocent. ' . OEOKOLA. Ocl. 4o;-An affidavit oy SCYHI of the jurors who Ixsl Sati urilny found Arlmir lirowu h-uuiy of manslaughter | n ih; klllinj,' of T. W. Yamitf to the eirsct that ' Ihcy never did and do not imw-bc- llcvc Brown uullty will be prtsenc- cd in circuit court here Thursday in supirarl of a motion for a 'new trlnl for Brown, .who was sentenced to two years In the slate ueniien- llnry. • .••••••-... The atndavlt sets forth that tho seven Jurors favored a- verdict of acquittal for Brown, but that 'they- considered themselves virtually in- Kliueled by ihe court lo reach a compromise with. other members of Hie Jury, nnd therefore agreed to u verdict of Involuntary man- . slaughter. I'acrs Another Charge Brown, a fanner of the LItlle River section, killed Young when the latter stepped between him an'd • P. M. Barton, planter, during a quarrel between Barton ana Bro*-n. Brown also Is charged with assault with Intent to kill Barton, whom he seriously wounded, His \i't.[e, Thclma, who handed'.hlm lhc' pistol with which the shols were fired, wtis nlso Indicted In both cases. The Jwy received the case at 11 P.m. last Friday and at 2:40 a.m.. Saturday tlie foreman Reported 'a houelesii deft'JIock. Judge Nell Kll- lough Instructed the -Jury to continue IU deliberations, emphasizing Ihe linportance of! arriving at a ver- ""^ ul ,vl*W:o[ the fact that Brown *w held' Iti ; Jail,.' unable to rriake Theie Instructions, protested Porum Victor In Replevin Sitil Against State'Rev- enue Commissioner. Judgement against • David A. Gates, state revenue commissioner, for 333 unstamped packages of cigarettes and duars seized byrsv- e mu> agents nt Borum's drug; •*>»"• iat*e injirucuons, protested store hero hss 'bcolr rendered by Ul the time by counsel for Brown \ItItUCIpftI .- JlltigC V A '"*">«*-1 •• — • nfn I Via k.*.ul~ ** .I.' ". M i . .' • _•- .- * [lillll pronrlelor of the drug store. • , Jr/ ^•'"!»wj."'« i" c >»»»w.«.,tr^!i.uvj nf Eclnar Boriim, JUors' thai they thought '••• ' ' cholcs but to agree' to ' • - j • - .. . - s ~ l r ------ „. ,,.,, ,.,, k ,£ aiuii:. i «u LiJUJW,; DUG 10 0 court, in rullnn In -favor of promts* ' verdict "' im In the action broiisht-to The fifrbrs'' replevin ' the cigarette,, -liMd th\it .are W.^ tlv- seizure nnd coiia«Ktlon -^ ' ' -ini"' no arrest mndc 'until later. Commissioner Onlej, who via substituted n s defendant In ' tlv> replevin notion for Awnls 'any Butler nncl Frnnk Wltte, will be llabln for reliirn of ih» selwd " tobacco or $33.15 as vnliie o( the - •• -------- ....... | . as vniie o te ray clnco tliu constitutional con- oocds tnken. n Is 'believed thnt vcntlon. If other pleas full I will ; the slate will nuurnl to circuit r .,_.,., ._.. ». ,.,.. . nn; mitii; ivin llJHn'ti] take the case up directly with the j court from the excision governor. 1 am an Innocent man." | The replevin action was Bcrrie said. -. '. T,' A. Cnu- ', 'J. .E. .Orr, N.'.T, /Mii-iT'" j ; "» N'hwi'COM..."- '' ,The, fate' of Robart. Nelson, for-' .iter resident of .Gosheli; charge} with the, murder of his ajed father'-" n-low,.j. jv. ?o5tflr,.at a sJisniy.' boat near -Joiner in. a" qu'arral growing cut of Foslor's allesed'-in- slslcncc that lib son-in-law work" on Sunday,, was In the hands of-a ^ — o uneoi, ! lrv "Us afternoon. ;The Jury got [three brounlit ns a result of the " lc cnso ftt 11 a.m.- and at--l:20 ' seizure of the unstamped cigarettes i '"dlcateu It was hopelessly deid' nl Bonun's slore. ISonnn was plvcn [locked but wns Inslructed by tlio the minimum fine of $25 on con- ™urt lo continue its deliberatbns vlctlon for no;<«w!on of im'stanirjnd N. M. Whaley Here in Bei ir i i ( packa nail oi InSlltUllOnS tor] found, Children. N. M. Whaley, financial agent of the Arkansas Children's Homo ami Hospital at Little Rock, is spending several days In Mississippi county seeklne lo raise tills coutrys quota of $309 toward tho simoort of the Institution!;, The very conditions that make It hard to raise money for the home and hospital this year have Increased the need tor the service which the institutions render. It is pointed out by Mr. Whaley. There are more stranded children and more charily hospital work j now than in normal times. I While the home and hospital j arc located In Liltle Rock they of cigarettes nnd cigars In n misdemeanor case In the criminal division of municipal court. A circuit court action nsk- tmj'morc than $5.800 damaucs of norum under n section of Hie slnte tobacco lax act providing for STi llniiidnlod dnmnves for each package of unstamped tobacco has been brought bv the revenue coininlssioncr against .Borum. . Litigation growing out or the!' Striking Girl Workers ' Parade ,^t Jonesb orb seizure of Ihe cigarettes nnd cle- are appears headed for the state JONESBORO, Ark,, Oct. 2G (UP—A protest parade wns staged through the business district-today uy women nnd girls who-went on n strike yesterday when officials , of the 'Picrco Williams Basket I company refused to meet their dei inands for lilghjr wages. •,' Young girls who appeared to be lhc leaders in the strike claimed are appears headed for the state ers n e sre claimed supreme court. The revenue de- tlle y llttvc to work 11 hours.a day mrtment has already announced I '° r ,P n >' ranging from 50 cents to t+c- l«f-A.ill A >i *t l n t.l., n „.... n r il,_ I £1 Jri . ' its Intention of tnfcln? any of the I cases there in which It receives an adverse decision in the lower courts. Borum Is also expected lo battle the cnscs to the highest court In lhc state If he loses In the lower courts. • Health Unit Continues Anti-Diphtheria Drive .iiv; iw.itcvi in ijiuu: IWUK uiuy' While there are fewer cases of serve th n entire slnlc. Their sup-1 diphtheria In Mississippi counts- port Is In a seiue pnrtlculnrly a, than nt this lime lasl year, the Mississippi county obligation, because records show this county has received more service from them than any other county. In the past fli'c j-.j.-irs Mississippi county chil- county health unit Is continuing ils clinics In an effort to reduce lhc numlwr each year. There, are now ten case.-, while in October of last year there were 24 cases ^ ^,.,.^. .. ^.... u, m;rj jL-tu meiu >\fiL' zt ccscs dren have had 10.581 days of care reported lo Dr A. M. Washbum In the home and 9.884 days of hos- director of the unit, nltal cate. at a cost very much Last week there w In excess of this county's contrl butlons to the support of the Institutions, Twins May Get Tickets to Ritz at Courier News Twins have alreaiy started rcg- .slering at the courier News offi« tor the Tliursday matinee at the FJltz theatre when all ts-lns of this territory may be guests of the theatre and Courier News. The twins arc to call here, in person, fov Uckets. Simpllclo and Lucto, the Siamese twins, and their wives, wilt greet Hie twins Just Before the show. — — was one death from Diphtheria at Carson Uike and another case there Is now Improving. In a clinic there Friday 5C were given toxold. Unemployed Gather for London Demonstration LONDON. Oct. 26 (UP)-A band of 240 husky Scotch uncmoloyed left Watford today on the last of a 500 mile "hunger march" to London to Join the nrotest n?alnst the "means test" for distributing the dole. Thousands of other hunger marchers were besleglnj London! today ready for an Impressive demonstration. J No disorders have occurred. Neither side, however,- has given signs of acceding to the wishes-of the other. Crit; Waging Campaign Against Hog Cholera With cholera prevalent in nun-.r crous. places li\ Mississippi .county ah extensive campaign ts^bcing waocd by J. E. Critz. cpunl'v agricultural -agent, In combating the disease. There have bC3n 142 men taught how lo vaccinate hogs and all cf lhes.e have teen assisting other farmers. There are now 25"sets of instruments In the county. Th; disease Is In the north end of the county along the Missouri line and fs also scattered between Manila snd Leachvtlle, some at Htckman and Tomato and some nrcund North Sawba.' . • WEATHER ARKANSAS— Fair, colder (n and eirt psrlloni, h:avy frost Thursday fair, uarmer in west portion. According to the official weather observer, Charte PhiJIips jr., yesterday was 44 degrees and the the minimum temperature here maximum, 73 desrecs.: cloudy. .Today a year ajc. the minimum ttm- pcrature was. 58 degrees and the maximum. S3 dcsrrees, clear, , ;

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