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Served by the United Press BLYTHEV1LLE THB DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOHTHKAffT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. llOMEHltnON VOL. XXVI—No. 247 Blytnevllle Courier. BlythertU* D»Uy News, Blythevllle Herald, MlMtolppl Valley Leader. BLYTHEVIU.K, ARKANSAS, WIWNKSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1930 SINGLR'COPIES FIVE CENTS BRITAIN WOULD ABOLISH BATTLE Action Taken to Place Both City Bus Lines on Equal Footing. A franchise for the operation of a bus line within this city granted Herbert Hoover. Says Store Can Trust Mr. Smith John D's Latest Picture BIG Lit WER lo S. T. Hardin, former chief of police, by the city council several mcntlis ago was revoked by an ordinance at the regular monthly ; meeting last night which was pa «1 'only when Mayor. Reed, with "E,,-,,- deadlocked over (lie n? cost the deciding vote. : cancelling of Hardln's fran- ?, chise followed the refusal of the •; Council to grant T. J. Barnes, who : has .operated a bus line In this city for three jiears, a contract iimllar to the one given Hardin. The dispute over the bus franchise was Injected into the meeting when attorneys for Barnes asked the council to grant him a franchise placing him on "an equal footing" with Hardin. Alderman Hall Interposed a statement that he had been informed by the state railroad commission that a franchise meant little one way or another as all bus lines were under control of the commission. Mr. Hardin, asked if he wished to speak on tlie matter, told the council that any differences between the bus lines would have to be settled by the state commission finally and the franchise meant little eilher way. AsksiEqual Sending Discussion among uie aldermen showed that they did not believe and the/juncil WES without due another uancliise should be grant-. eft if it had ho prestige or value a'it^»or|ty in the first place. Upon mbtlbn. the ordinance to give Mr. Barnes a franchise was voted down MEMPHISC Jan, 15. <UP>—The lilghesl reference In the nation was given here today by James U. Smith of Corinth. Miss., contractor —and it was good. Asked for references at a department store where he sought lo O|jen an account, Smith gave Herbert Hoover, president of the United States. A telegram Vas dispatched to tin White House in Washington. A few minutes later n reply," signed Two Hundred Men Fight'to Pi-event Break in Levee as Rise Continues. With the fight thus for won, 200 workmen, guards anci engineers arc keeping Big Lafee from overflow' n California and built, the palatal Hoover home at Palo Alto. COTTlHTu imantujnjjsly... j., A second. proposed ordinance' was then 'presented to the council by Mr. Barnes' representatives [providing for repeal c Hhe franchise and E. E. Alexander, counsel for granted Mr. Hardin. Ceeil Shane Barnes, told 'the council that to allow Hardin to retain his franchise while refusing to grant Barnes, who pioneered a bus line in this city a similar one, would infer to the commission that the city favored Hardin for the operator of a bus line here and that to be consistent the council should rovoke the franchise granted Hardin it one was not given to Barnes. Arguments were advanced by some of the aldermen that if the council did not have any actual authority to grant a bus franchise in the first place the one given Hardin would not amount to anything and they did not, believe it necessary to go to any additional expense to 'revoke the franchise. Representatives of Barnes declared that he would relieve the city of any expense incidental to the revoking of the franchise. Tlie first vote on the. proposed ordinance showed thai only Jackson who made the motion, and Hughes who seconded it, were in favor of rei>ealing tlie franchise, with Lunsford, McLeod. Alexander and Hall casting dissenting voles. However, during a discussion by Attorney Alexander. Alderman J. T Hall suddenly declared he voted in favor of the ordinance. Wiien reminded by Ihe clerk that he had voted "no," Hall declared it was his inlention to vote "yes. 1 With the council equally divided over the motion Mayor Reed cas the deciding vote in favor of the motion and with like votes the mo lion for the ordinance carried r through second and third readings • Police Show a Profit A report by A. G. Hall, city aud itor. showed the city departments I 1 be operating well within their bud gets with the exception of the fir department. Expense in this de partment was heavy due to th many (Ires of the past month, was slated. The report of the po lice department by M. G. Ooodwi showed an unusual condition, th auditor declared, in that the de partment took In more money tha it expended during December. City Engineer < ralg gave a sum mary of the work ot the street d partment during the month an extended thanks to the council f the purchase of a new grader f' his department. He told the aide men that the main sewer line bu over from Fourth street east was slightly out of line and would have to be repaired. Discussion of street conditions by the engineer and aldermen showed that a stop sign and lighted turn block, one on Main and tlie other on Second, had been broken loose and a break in Ihe pavement on east Main had developed. Will Open New Well Mayor Reed told the council that the Arkansas Electric and Water company had Informed him that (Continued On Pag« Thre») by tlie president, einnc back, as j j,,,,' i,y piling 15.000 sandbags a! follows: uiic low points of Its levees where "James D. Smith is an old, lnU-j t)lc waU!r ls r | slng to the , top of .. • mate friend of mine. His credit is; ti , c embankments *" ood to Ihe limit. You can extend ' A new crlsts ln Uie ll!(;h wlUcr itm credit, for anything he wants. Flt , wlimi at lhc Missouri-Arkansas lerbert Hoover' , Ml , ,| ne ca | lcd workraen Io the Smlt .^ cr , merl L™. 5 ," ™" tr . n . C !? r "cud of the lake- in an effort to prevent u break there. The unusual amoiiiu of water brought down by the Missouri ditches has caused a lapld rise in the relatively narrow inlet to the lake. At the highway bridge 12 miles west of iiere the water was over (he ties of the Frisco railroad bridge this morning and nearly to the floor of the highway bridge. It Is now 12 feet above flood stage, and engineers say that another foot of water is in prospect. Convicts Taken to Lake Workmen and guards will continue on the job day and night until the crest of the high water has passed. A 15_mile watch is being maintained from the highway bridge north to the state line. Convicts from Brlnkley brothers' county penal (arm were rushed to the . lake this afternoon to aid in the ; work. Traffic has not been stopped on the Herman Davis highway although sandbags have been placed on the highway west of the bridge. The Frisco trains between Blythe- vllle and Jonesboro are operating on schedule time. St. Francis Levees Hold . There-'has hecn JiQKbrf^c..iruthe. St. 'Francis 'levee' Iri'-'Missoiiri 'lie'-" cording to Irl Jones, president of the Cotton Exchange Bank at Kennett. A break at that point will cause the overflow water to turn back into ditches which empty Into Big Lake which will cause much more trouble In this vllnity. The worst menace in that section Mr. Jones says, is 30 inches of water Choice is Temporary, Pending Selection of Permanent Headquarters. WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 (UP)— Temporary headquarters for the newly organized cotton cooperative a^cciation will be opened at Dal,as, Tex., officers of the organiza- :iri have announced. Allen Northington. of- Montiom- cry, Ala., of the Alabama Farm Bureau Cotton association, was elected president ai, a meeting here lite yesterday. C. O. Moser, president of the American Cotton Growers Exchange, was elected vice- president and secretary, and Charles G. Henry, Newport. Ark., pf .Jhei.'Arkansas Cotton--Growers -Cooperative association, was '-'named treasurer. Selections of a permanent headquarters will be made later, it was announced. Officers said they did not attach any special significance Jo the selection ol Dallas as temporary headquarters other tSian \m\ It was the home of* the secretary, and said it was the most expedient lotion for the present. They said e question of choosing u uerma- nt headquarters had b?en push- I, FLOODS TIE TOLL OVER Eal for Health Savant's Advice al Medical Meel \Vc.s t Battles Blizzards While Valley Combats Menace, of High Water. illy United Press) ls and llcxxls menaced the wo.sli.Mii I'AH thirds of the nation bearing \vllli them , misery, hardship iviul heroism. Drifts In the mountains of tlic west marooned approximately nity persons, and thousands In Arkansas. Tennessee mid Indiana were made homeless by floods, Loweilni; temiicralurcs lidded .suffering lolhc plight of the Hood victims. Tales of heroism filtered to telegraph llnra from the snow blocked roads nncl trails ol the west. Mnny rescuud from mountain cabins by parlies that plowed new' roads mid braved hardships to curry In supplies. Other parlies still struggled to rescue (ho fitly or more slltl In the mountains, muny of whom miiy be suffering from cold and hunger. Flood conditions In Indiana promised to become worse rather thnn belter, with new ruins raising the overflowing Wnbnsli river, nlrcudy menacing Vincenncs and threatening a record flood. Relief measures were under way there, anticipating the havoc which will result If the Wabash leaps over Its harness ol levees and sandbags. MEMPHIS, Jim. IB. (UI')-Eat and grow plump If you want lo be healthy, was the advice given by Dr. Wllllnm 11. Castle, professor of medicine al llaivnul University, in n speech before Ihe Trl-Sinlc Medical association here today. "The slender figures you sec among shop girls mill sotlety deb- «1 null's muny times lire gained al the expense of their good health. Dr. Castle eald. "The shop girl dashes Inlo u lunch counter or a drug store anil hurriedly ,1'iits. an Ice cream sun- duo and ii delicate sandwich, and thei 1 . rushes out ajjuln," said Dr. Castle. 'jThls.ln many Inslances undermines the health of the Individual and causes anemia." The second day of tlie Ihree day session got underway here today with a record registration of over BOO physicians und surgeons from Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee. Louisiana and Alabama. Dr. Harold Amass, associate pro. lessor of Johns Hopkins university was the first speaker on the pro gram today. Hlx subject was "Ex. pcrlmenlal Erysipelas." Here Is John D. Rockefeller's latest picture^ tukcn al t'-ic multi-million' nalrc oil magnate's winter home at Orrnond Beach. Fin., us he i>enncd a letter congratulating the Standard Oil Co. on Us COth anniversary recently. He was unable to go to Cleveland, Ohio, for the ceremonies, but spoke to business leaders assembled there by means or n talking motion .picture. »n mr 1 rv i All Officers and Directors I r: ._i |\J a f; ona | R P J Pr t_ OI ' 11SI l>iat0 n al KeelCCl- , over the highway at Fisk. Mo., on I e d: PaVS Dividend. . the river, between Poplar Bluff and Dexter licnded by Joe l5! , ncs as pres j(i cm Among those who are spending L nd A o Llule as ,. xe( ,, ]Uvc vicc into the bacground lr(; qtlicr practically all their time at We president the entire board of dl- fairs before them and that they ! scene are Engineer Groover, of the i r <, ctors an[1 personnel of the Firs! anted time to give serious con- j u. S. A. Engineer office at Mem- i [National Bank was re-elected to deration t^ numerous points In- ilved in the selection. cf "' c Bader and Houchins Will ash Prizes Offered for ..egion Membership Work Membership workers of Dud ason post, American Legion, who ready have given the post a larg- j. w. Bader, local real' eslate r membership for 1930 than the | dealer, and H. H. Houchins of Lit- :phis; R. C. Rose, chairman of | SErV e during the coming year at the commissioners of drainage 17; John i annual meeting of the director.'. Mcyeis, of this city, who is i.v.and stockholders of the institution held fate yesterday. A semi-annual i dividend of four i>er cent was an- ] noimced as was alsu the addition 1 . I of a good sum to the surplus of Operate Service Station j 'he tank. I Members of the board of directors of the bank are: Joe Isaacs, T.I J. Mahan, A. G. Little. C. S.Lcm- burglar Shares Change With Local Drug Store A t burglar who apparently doesn't believe in over doing the job Is being sought by police following a reported robbery at IJoruni's Drug Store last night. The nocturnnl visitor, 'so far as dins store employes have been able to ascertain, succeeded in opening two cash registers in the store but was careful not to remove over hnlf of the small change in each register, amounting to between two and three dollars. A third register was not opened. The burglar gained entrance to the building by forcing rear door. The belief at lir.il, that the burglar may have l>een a "dopcr" proved false when the narcofio caso was found to be indict and unopened. • Situation Worst Since 19*7 MEMPHIS, Tcrni.. Jan. 15. (UP/ —Rapidly rising streams In .Arkan- rns and Mississippi ixninded menacingly at levee tops today as hundreds of men and teams sought to strengthen the dikes. Water from the Coldwater river in Mississippi was ixmrlng through n gap u quarter ol H mile wide near Marks, while n sheriff's posse sought'iiieir believed lo have.dy nundted the levee. Arkansas streams presented the most serious flood threat since the disastrous overflow ol 1927. The White, St. Francis and Cache rivers In eastern Arkansas were from one to six Icel above flood stage. I I.cvees throughout many sections of eastern Arkansas were being pa- |truled, but with the exception or a few points little danger of a serious | brcnk was felt. | The Memphis office of the army | engineers has sent approximately bO.MO sand bags to strengthen levees alony the St. Francis. The St. Francis river at St. Francis was at ';l!4.5 feet, more than sU feet above flood stage today, and rising. Ilusl- iiess activity was suspended as all able bodied men and boys worked ;to strengthen the levees. The White river In east central House Committees Orderec) to Investigate : Hoover Suggestions. F fft Gltff Drastic Program for Naval Anns Reduction Announced by MacDonald. LONDON, Jmi. 15 (UP)— • lOnglantl will propose nlwii- tion of battleships nt ^lio forthcoming niival conference, Prime Minister Kamsay Miic- UniutUt announced toddy. . .. If tliu proposal is not accepted lii'italn .will suggest: extension of the life of battleships ami drustic reduction of '• Uicir tonnage and the calibrii, of their guns. •••-.• The prime minister said. Great Britnin also would urgs • abolition of submarines, oiy'v tiling in that. proposal, .an greenicnt for drastic limits- • on of the size and number. submarinea of each naval owcr. •'••".:'..• tr: The . prirnb 'niinister'a an- ouncement to the pre^s 'foi- )\ved recommendations • pi'Qr . oscd by various British or-,v anizationB and experts for-, bolition' of'.Iwittleshipa : or" at': e R Ht. f or f li c i r reduct ion to • bout .17,000 tona. The targ- . st battleships are . : 35,0(K) : ons. ... .. " . •"'•"• . : , "' above flood stage to Its mouth, 200 otal for 1929, iccntivc for ic next two weeks with the an- ouncement last night that prizes f S7 and S5 would be given those urning in the most members by 'uesday 'night, January 28. , ,u, .u^u mi.,. «.... i uciiJci, uuu £1. n. fLuuiiiiua ui IJIL- . TI 1^,1 fi I i p n r>/\ were given an extra tie Rock, formerly of this city, havo i?" 5 ' *• ."' w • t V „ u ,,' .igorous work .during , tough I Ihe fillIng slati on and y a- |J* ^^a'uon The o^cn j DCnt Mirr "inr and nrp nmv In of thc in slitut 'on include; In addl- ___ _ . ,, Tlirl ||| | r Charge of tl-"cst"bellmen" lkm lo Mr ' Tsancs nn(1 Mr ' Littlc tdD D VTUC1 1 I The fm will be know n as .he £ * ^"Y™' *'"> £"*««*: A ' * T II H U L I h L V L L L Day and Night Storage and will ^ "• ™*«L*.?.;;"»•"»^ ! ' Ul1 ULIIIILIILLL UlOUtll ii^UL, Oilimill.* -SU. l^tlY illlU l-llfcllt tJLUl 111,1; ^11,1 M 1U - , TTJ- C- J 11 i II ' The donor of the prm-s. a local! maintain all departments included/ 0 ' 1 " W A nSn , yd "' aSS s * T' i ' .ran long active In affairs of the i in the original business. Both new Mr- Snider accepted a posit on ,,... «st. asked that his name be -owners wifl take an active part in P vlth Illc11 ' al \ k tsvo , momhs ng °' ^ {1I ">°1 Arkansas was Irom Newport miles south, and at places was five miles wide. Hundreds of lowland families have been forced from ! their homes. Trains Carry Automobile* East-west highway traffic across the state was resumed today with shuttle trains taking automobiles over lhc flooded river bottoms bc- tfcen Brlnkley and Devall's Ululf. Tralnc from Memphis lo Litllc Kock It being routed through Marlon, WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. (UP)— Investigations were ordered by house committees today on two ol the proposals'of President Hoover's l»w enforcement reform program, The recommendation tlut the United States commissioners be em powered to try minor \vtolatlau-o the prohibition law' without 'janes was referred by the Judiciary committee lo r, siib-coninilUcc for Inquiry. Slnillarly the Immlgrutloi committee Uie proposition for en- committee passed along lo a sub- Inrging. consolidating and strengthening the border patrol to prcvenl smuggling. With these two routine .steps the house took the first action toward consideration of the massive pro gram of legislation which the pres Ident laid before congress Mondaj In presenting the preliminary re port of his law enforcement com mission. It came as the house was takhiE up the J34,OOQ,000 prohibition en forcement appropriation for nex yenr. The tranqullity which grccter 1 the president's ' recommendation also uns noticeable as the appro prlation bill was taken up. Advo calcs of an Increased sum with lick! their fire when Ihe debate wn oixmcd with a siwccli by Rcpresci tatlve Kopp, Republican, Iowa. Commissioner of Immigratlo Hany II. Hull went before the 1m migration committee In exccuth session to tell how Uie border pa trol would ailed Immigration. H was directed to send his osslslan George Harris, before the commi tee tomorrow for furtlier exam nation. /-, it r\ • :is ocmg rouica iiirougn .\nuiun, 111O1S LoilCCrn Has I 1'0]~ parkin and Hill's Corner to lirlnk- Fcn * servlcc al Newport wn; Sl]sl)c , ldc(1 yesterday by high wa- lore coming here he was cashier of The post now has 257 '' the management. The sale of the business Is the Lrizqu Wom» Bandit Wanted on Murder Ch«|e PHOENIX, Arti-, Jin.ls. (wi;i'£ Abandoning .a pretense v»ti« h»d;B in»lnUlnj)J(, «ince< ijer: cap| rattle on the Prlma Indian reser- 'utlon near here lost night, a blond woman bandit admitted today, sho. was Irene Sliroedcr, wanted for. murder In Pennsylvania, Sheriff Charles Wright announced. '.'• "Sure, I'm Irene Shrocder, but I don't know anything about any killings," the sheriff quoted Uie woman as suylng. The woman also Identified IliC 1 .wo men \vitli her during a wild automobile ride Monday night when two Arizona deputy sheriffs were wounded, In the town of", Chandler. "One of them is Glenn Dague,. tty husband." she snlil. "nml the I other Is Joi' Wells, a fellow we .•up in Texas." •„" Receivership Sought for Cypress Drainage District LITTLE nDCK, Jim. 15. (UP) — A petition asking for n receivership for Ihe Cypress Creek drainage district In southeastern Arkansas was to he heurd before Judge John -E. Martlneni! In United Stales court, eastern district of Arkansas, today. The receivership Is sought by holders of bonds which the district defaulted In principal and inter-, csl payments. , : District commissioners and Innd owners are resisting tlie receivership on'the ground It would mc.ui increased assessments for the dt.~>- Irict, - already hard pressed llnan- clally. The district' comprises practically all of Dcsha and Chlcot counties and .1 portion of Lincoln N'(V Violation of Itiglits WASHINGTON. Jan. 15. (UP) Chairman Wlckcrslmm of the lu enforcement commission Issued formal statement lato today e: plaining that the commission's pr posal for trial of petty prohibit offenses before United Stales coi mlssipners Instead of n Jury does county. It was organized several not violate the constitutional rights I years ago when the water outlets of cltl/ens. of schools, gave the post an interesting exposition of the situation that made necessary the Imposition ' : of Meningitis Spread not Oll i y for the bank but for busi-.wcrc ' : ncss generally is an optimistic one , with the " chn niter's airport There is but one case of cere- for tlie new year. i mittee. of which Harry w. H.iines | despite the erroneous Lei „,. . _ • e ' reporls that the disease is quickly vision. amp and Drowns in Sea ' spreading. John Howard White. 12 i Following the busi jyear old son of Mr. and Mrs. How- yesterday a banquet SAN DIEGO, Cal?. Jan 15 (UP ' ard White, who was stricken with the officials and employes of the j with its accessibility to northern owing -J. G. Waters, attached to the air' 'he ailment Sunday, is improving bank was held at the Hotel Noble j points, makes it suitable for a win-, rivers. squadron of the battle fleet, was carried to death today in the bay here when he overshot his landing today. a e main sewer line bu oms 0 [ water the roule of the old bayou Al ..,,, nn D ,', on the deck of the U. S S Sara- •, found lo ** u' toga, naval airplane carrier, aiidi b , urn / h his plane went down in 235 falh- tlgalion. Rumors that a girl, 111 from an- by employes as well as officers d«r- other disease, had meningitis, were ing the social hour. last night. Speeches were delivered I ter aviation school, the local com-; Sunshine and absence of rain Wash- Expect Landers Thursday .... „ ,,,.,, m. t rv c J i in a statement to the press Dr. With Murder Defendant mlttce was told over most of, the section in the Aviation Pilot Marvel, flying with self Just afl water and was rescued. Waters i Washburn said that meningitis is- and that on " The concern, It was Indicated, will! P«t 24 hours gave rlac to hopes make the local sale of a substan- today that most streams would tlal amount of preferred stock a prerequisite to en'.erlng upon any i program here. Kennett Company Ships Second Car Soybeans KENNETT, Mo—The Spradling Feed company shipped another car load of soy bcnns last week, the second of the season they have shipped. This was probably the largest car shipped out of the county, the total contents of the car being 72.600 pounds. Those who have raised soy beans have proved with this year's crop that there Is money to be had In this industry It the beans are properly handled. Soy beans have been reacr their zenith later this week ! an dalso around Campbell. raised extensively around Kennett "OCR. Jan. i, (UP) craft hit the] "VThc disease He added that' Unless dclaycd by noodc<1 h!glwai ' s :ued. Waters ! 5A c _ t J h .°.lS e -,? e ^^, l ,^ 1 Sheriff A. H. Landers of Poinsett and would begin lo fall. Weather! forecasts were for "partly cloudv (of Cypress creek into the llissis- j slppl was closed by a levee. Ford Company Moves Into Denton Building The Phillips Motor company, authorized Ford dealers here, has established temporary headquarters Main and Filth streets recently in the building at the corner of vacated by the Denton Chevrolet company. The Ford company, it is staled by Russell Phillips, the manager, will maintain its office and new and second hand sales and display nent quarters, for which plans aw rooms In the building until perma- now being discussed, can be provided. HALT FAKE MACHINE forecasts were for "partly [and colder" lor the next 48 hoi WASHINGTON. D. C.—Joseph P. I TO STUDY WHALES Sereda, of Chicago, invented a ma- j LONDON—The ship "Discovery lursj Census Bureau Reports Decline in Cotton Used WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. (UP)— :r ana was rescued. waters , „«„,. n ft A ,^;nn to tv.rcnn^i iiv cmerm t\. n. umiuti:> ui r-uai^vi. -"-•-«-, v. ^M,I<»SU, „..*....« ~ — u^n^wn—ii.i. ou.j* ——••--* wAomnuiwpi, oan. u. iui-/— held prisoner In his ship. v '.°^ .,.„ J«i n ti«l Ic ill? nrpwn" county was cxpeeted to arrive here | chine which, according to him.jii" which recently set sail from Tne Unltol auu , s ce nsus bureau f lene was essemmi 10 iu> preven- some[lmc Thursday with William ; would cure 84 diseases, among them |here Is off for a two-year cruise reports running bales of lint cot- tlon ' D. Walker, who Is being returned!dandruff on the head and bun-'of the antarctic on a scientific t on consumed In mills In the coun- •froni Phoenix, Ariz., to face A'ions on the feet. He claimed Ihe'survey on the habits of whales, [try at 453.832 bales for December, Hide Ages in Spain Nod MADMD-(UP) — Householders of Madrid, In making out the list of their families to the police, are no longer required to state the exact ages of the women involved. All that is necessary Is to stale i whether they are of age, or minors, I i Kansas Bank Robbed ....... I Walsh, near Marked Tree, Ark. WICHITA, Kans., Jan. 15, (UP) '• Lar.dei —Two men held up the Commer- - prisoner cial State bank here today, locked bile In charge of murdering Mrs. Lena cures were due to violet rays. But; This expedition, backed by the I against 544,510 bales In November, the cahernnd two other the Federal Trade Commission In-! Falkland Islands, Is sent out in an] 1929. This compares with 533,301 '•-" ' ...... ' ' — ' ' ....... ........ "'- bales in December, 1928. The lota! consumption for the u..c M, ...- , ____ „-.,... „. ,.- ........... ____ .-.., =, ________ " v ^ months of the season from when"iie was'arrestcd' In" Arllzona i might be obtained' by the appltca-ling distinctive marks will be shot i August 1 to December 31 amounled -.ders is reluming with his I vtitlgated, found It was Just an-'effort to gather Information hclp- ler In a Studebaker aulomo-1 other machine, and classed his In- j ful In safeguarding the future of In the possession of Walker • ventlon as an "application such as | the whaling' Industry. Darts bear- e caern mn wen the vault, and escaped wilh approx- and allegedly stolen from Mrs. tlon of, turpentine or an ointment; Into the backs of whales so their to 2,742.605 bales, against 2,TF9,35!> limatcly $5.000. Walsh. containing red pepper-" I movements can be checked. In the corresponding period of 1928. WEATHER ARKANSAS—Partly cloudy tonight and Thursday; . somewhat colder in southeast portion, continued cold Thursday. According I ft the. official weather observer, Brax Smith, the minimum tempcriltire here yesterday was 33 degrees and the maximum, 59 degrees; cloudy with west wind*. On the same d»y a year ago the minimum'was 19 degrees and the maximum, 44 degrees; cloudy wiili southeast winds.

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