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PAGE TWO OIL SITUATION P I IIITICIAI II Officials A P1 I OFFICIAL IMES STAND IN HOUSE INQUIRY Head of Independent Group Lays Responsibility for - Extra Session on Farishs By dissociated Press AUSTIN July 27--Lack of power or authority to control producing and marketing conditions was termed today by W It Boyd executive vice president of the American Petroleum Institute the "root of the evil" in the chaotiC conditrons of the oil in- dustry Boyd testified before the House of the Texas Legislature in its inVestigation of the oil industry - While Boyd was testifying his organization was being charged in the Senate investigation with being the mouthpiece of the Standard Oil Company—the house organ the publicity bureau" The charges were made by Harry Pennington president of the San Antonio Independent Petroleum Association Responsibility for the special 'session of the Legislature to consider oil and gas conservation was laid by Pennington to W S Farish president of the humble Oil and Refining Company Pennington claiming the independents did not want the special session "If you go home and find the price of gasoline has gone up remember we disinl want this session" Pennington stated adding the oil industry was "statis-tically better off than any other basic industry" The administration bill would "ruin" the independents Pennington said Denies Monopolies Boyd denied existence of monopolies or price fixing agreements in the oil industry and attributed part of the conditions to keen competition in all phases of the industry East Texas he said was not the Bete cause of the condition but came at an inopportune time when the market already was depressed by the cumulative effect of discovery of numerous major fields in the past few years The low price of East Texas crude has caused production from this area to supplant production in other fields forcing shutdowns Keen competition and fear of the anti-trust laws which prevent co-operative agreements have aided in the market demoralization Boyd said Boyd favored a law to prevent one operator from draining the oil under another's property enforceable -proration laws with market outlets and pipe line connections for all producers operating in compliance with orders of the state administration agency and laws to prevent both physical and economic waste Market Glutting Assailed "The difficulty with oil production is not that we have too much oil for the nation's needs but we possess and exercise individually the unrestricted power to produce too much oil at one time" Boyd stated "The glutting of the market demoralizes prices and destroys values Powers over production are limited and competitive conditions and prohibitive laws prevent the industry from solving its own problems To effect stability of prices and production methods must be devised to keep the excess supply in its natural storage" He urged that unnecessary drilling be discouraged Pennington declared the Woodward bill sanctioned by the administration -would be only a step and that if the Legislature passed it there then would be importunities that a "unitization bill" be passed Unitization in the oil industry refers to the operation of a field as a unit and under one management Having said be believed a section of the Woodward bill indirectly would allow the proposed conservation commission to consider market demand and would "repeal the anti-trust Jaws" the witness went further and said he thought the bill would "ruin" the independents The independents would be entirely satisfied said Pennington if the Legislature would "afford equal access (with the major companies) to the markets of the world" would strengthen the common purchaser act and divorce filling station ownership from ownership of other branches of the industry Danciger Witness As to conservation the witness said the elimination of "about five words" from the present statute would make it "strong enough" These words he added exempted oil wells from provisions of a section of the statute empowering the State Railroad Commission to regulate gas wastage Under the present law the commission can not prevent gas waste if the gas or a part of it is used to lift oil Joe Danciger Amarillo independent and vigorous opponent of proration was another witness before the House today Danciger filed the first injunction suit to test the legality of proration Since then he had been producing in excess of his allowance Danciger said be favored letting the oil industry operate under the law of supply and demand He admitted some small independents might fall by the wayside but said that was the only way to effect stabilization He ateted proration bad failed as a means of maintaining a good oil price Existing laws are adequate to prevent physical waste Daneiger testified "For 40 years the oil industry prospered without proration" the witness stated G S Rollin of St Louis vice president of the Shell Petroleum Corporation and the last witness before the Senate today said he favored riving a commission power to prevent economic waste He admitted that would be governmental price fixing "However a new law won't be effective in curing the situation unless it considers the prevention of supply above market demand" the Shell official said Rollin said the question of an oil tariff was debatable From a stand MYSTERY MAN OF DALLAS DIES By International News Service DALLAS July 27— An amazing story as strange and elusive as the history of "Death Valley Scotty" with whom his name has been linked was being unfolded here Monday as an undertaking company tried to establish the identity of a man known in Dallas as Jack Lamb - ' In the 10 years he lived here Lamb never spoke of his - past He lived quietly and avoided making acquaintances It was not until after he died Sunday that evidence was found to Indicate that he was in fact the Dr L W De Laurence who once was a partner of "Death Valley Scotty" In his effects was found a trunk full of books by Dr De Laurence hindu mystic Pictures they contained of De Laurence resemble Lamb Among Lamb's papers were found torn pieces of telegrams addressed to Walter Scott (Death Valley Scotty) who now lives in Ryan Cal Lamb lived modestly here at the home of Mrs Mollie Collier He never volunteered information about the source of his income but he always had money to satisfy any need The few people who knew him were impressed by his scientific knowledge "1 talked to him a great deal" Mrs Collier said "and an air of mystery always prevailed He was well educated and seemed to have traveled a great deal He was exceptionally well versed in scientific matters However he seemed always to be holding back trying to hide his past" More than 20 years ago it was said De Laurence entered into a partnership with Walter Scott forming the company known as Messrs De Laurence Scott & Co of Chicago This firm published medical and scientific books many of which were written by De Laurence De Laurence was said to have made a fortune and to have filed a will in Chicago naming Scotty as heir The undertaking company holding Lamb's body is convinced that he was De Laurence and wired to "Death Valley Scotty" in an effort to confirm it They had received no answer Monday There is nothing in Lamb's papers to disclose the source of his income the last 10 years and apparently no funds to pay for his burial point of saving the natural resources of the 'United States we should import oil he stated On the other hand imports should be limited for the benefit of oil men of this country" Senator W A Williamson of San Antonio said he would move to end the Senate inquiry tomorrow one day ahead of schedule A more to end the House investigation was nipped when Speaker Fred Minor ruled the resolution authorizing the inquiry did not limit it to eight days Today was the eighth day The amendment which placed the Investigation in the committee of the whole provided that rules of the committee should govern and Minor held the committee could continue in session indefinitely Members of the steering committee said they would complete the investigation by tomorrow night or noon Wednesday since several of the witnesses - probably would not appear Witnesses ready to testify were Governor IL S Sterling Charles A Brachfield Henderson Ed Landreth Fort Worth independent operator Malcolm Crim mayor of Kilgore and One of the leaders in the East Texas oil situation and E II Edelman of Wichita Falls Others listed by the committee to appear were Harry Sinclair president of the Sinclair Oil and Gas Company Tom Cranfill of Dallas independent operator Carl Estes Tyler newspaper editor who was one of the leaders in the fight against proration in East Texas and Underwood Nazro Texas executive of the Guit ComPanY LAID TO Officials of Sheep Officials of the Sheep and Goat Raisers Association of Texas holding its sixteenth annual meet Ing in San Angelo this week UP-per row left to right: Judge J A Whitten Eldorado Capt IL found in the canyon with proof of deadly struggles Natives suggest that she was murdered by a jealous Indian woman unacquainted with our modern "co-ed" customs You may still buy of Fred Harvey genuine samples of the flint hammers that Apache squaws carried to the battle fields to make sure that all of the enemy left lying were really dead They were completely dead when the squaws finished with them 01Wb Wars of different kinds meet your exploring eye everywhere Social and antireligious war continues in Spain In Santiago Chile students fight police and militia with many killed and injured Stores closed street cars stopped banks operating behind barred doors That is politics impossible for us to understand with our strange indifference to government ' In Vera Cruz a law most extraordinary in a Catholic country limits the number of priests to one priest for 100000 of population Priests in charge of great churches have been compelled to turn them over to city authorities but declare that regardless of such a law they will minister to their parishioners in secret - In Italy disagreement between the governments of Vatican City and Italy continues but on a less bitter plane - It is largely a struggle for control of young minds and their education Mussolini' who denies the pope's right to control education takes boys from 6 years of age into his junior Fascist organization KILGORE OIL TANKS ABLAZE By Associated Press KILGORE July 27 — Storage tanks at Butts well two blocks from the main business section exploded here tonight and caught fire A number of workmen were thought to have been caught In the blaze but their names could not be learned No hope was held for the -men in the flames 1 The fire department had responded to the alarm and were seeking to prevent the flames from spreading to the well B F DeLong fire fighter in charge of operations at the burning Vitek well at Overton was to make an attempt to rescue the workmen as soon as an asbestos suit could be rushed to the blaze On and Goat TODAY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Key Banker of District 4 Named By Associated Press AUS'rIN July 27—Albert Taylor vice president of the Texas Bank and Trust Company Monday was named as key hanker of Distriat 4 comprising 26 Central and West Texas counties to succeed John H Griffith of Taylor who resigned from that post Taylor will superyise the banking situation with reference to agricultural problems in the district His appointment was made by W B Lee of Spur chairman of the agricultural committee of the Texas Bankers' Association Taylor will attend the bankers' program at the annual farmers' short course at College Station next Thnrs FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM-MORNING LACK OF POWER TO CONTROL OUTP REPLY MADE TO IT POI REPORT W Bieck Roosevelt O L Me- - Nealy RocksprIngs W E Blan ton San Angelo - Lower row: V A Brown Rorksprings Arthur Henderson Van Court B M Halbert Sonora and S S Bundy Roosevelt The pope insists that children shall be made Christians and Catholics first with politics second in importance Mussolini insists that for Itairs safety the young must be Fascists first all other things second That discussion promises to last as long as Mussolini lasts Raise Ts' A charming young American woman opened in Paris an exhibition of American-made fashions -Home again sadder and wiser she says the French did not accept her exhibition with the courteous enthusiasm anorded to French 46shions here The French always logical say: "If a ballet dancer from Milan went north to teach dancing to the bears you would expect the bears to be grateful and enthusiastic But if a bear went south to teach dancing in Milan you would expect the Milanese to smile" Railroad men interested only to deeply and sadly in cheap transportation possibilities may consAler the case of a young Belgian newspaper man N G Lantschere He wanted to go from Brussels across the channel and part of England to the Croydon flying field and as a passenger the trip would have cast $20 He shipped himself as a postal package had the label on his coat stamped at the postoffice and went in the freight compartment as mail for only $12 saving 8 Air passengers here will fly from ocean to ocean for $12 Diesel engines supplying power with no danger of fire (Copyright 1931 by ging Features Syndicate Inc) TROOPS POSTED ON FREE BRIDGE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) opened after a Texas federal court order restraining its use had been temporarily suspended On Aug 4 at Houston the Federal District Court will conduct a final hearing on suspension of the injunction which for a time kept the free bridge closed under the watchful eyes of the Rangers and on the same date the Federal Court at Muskogee is scheduled to bear application of toll bridge owners to make permanent the toll bridge order Governor Murray Las taken sole responsibility for any defiance of the courts In addition a move was under way to obtain the support of the entire Oklahoma delegation for a congressional investigation of use of the injunctions Effort to Close Free Bridge Again Is Seen' AUSTIN July 27--James V Allred Attorney General said today that he had been advised- that Joe Bailey Jr attorney for the Red River Toll Bridge Company would ask for a reinstatement of the injunction preventing the use of a parallel free bridge between Denison and Durant Okla T M Kennerly Federal Julge at Houston suspended the injunction Saturday after the Texas Legislature had enacted a law permitting the toll bridge company to sue on its contract with the Texas Highway Commission He set a bearing next Monday on whether the injunction should be dissolved Allred said he did not know on what grounds Bailey would ask for a reinstatement He - expressed confidence the injunction would be dissolved Association GROUP MEETS IN SAN ANGELO By Associated Press - SAN ANGELO July 27—A week of many livestock gatherings opened here today with the first arrivals of an expected 2000 guests for the annual gathering of the Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers' Association Session s will open officially Tuesday morning Thirteen hundred animals are in the pens for the annual sale The executive committee of the sheep and goat raisers and officials of three livestock associations the Texas sheep and goat raisers Texas Angora goat raisers and American Angora goat raisers met in separate sessions this afternoon The Texas Wool and Mohair Warehouse Association is to meet July 30 The Texas Predatory Animal Association will hold its session July 29 American Angora goat breeders are to have an executive committee session Eat More Lamb Club directors and directors of the National Wool Marketing Corporation from Texas and New Mexico also are scheduled to meet NON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) -Ic Kansans Forced to Buy Okla License By Associated Press ' FORT SMITH Ark July 27 — New border complications appeared possible today when five Fayetteville truck drivers and four from Fort Smith said they were halted in Oklahoma and compelled to buy Oklahoma licenses The drivers contended Governor Murray of Oklahoma has favored reciprocity in the matter of truck licenses Oklahoma truck drivers so far have been permitted to operate in Arkansas with Oklahoma licenses BURNS KILL FLIER Housros July 27 — Frank W Kendrick 27 student flier was dead today victim of burns he received late Saturday when his plane crashed and caught fire Extra Session I appearance The measure makes oil only one of the many commodities and it can apply to everything from automobiles to clothing It is admitted the chief objective is regulation of public utility rates and price of gasoline - Committee bearings on these bills are expected to begin Wednesday when much of the testimony given in the present investigation will bare to be worked over and reviewed the two principal contests to be waged over placing market demands in the law and the proposed new commission There is an obvious division in the Legislature as to the creation of a new commission the Railroad Commission having offered testimony it can handle oil and gas if given stronger laws The effect of the Houston three-court decision knocking Out the last proration order is being discussed widely o in the Legislature with a variety of opinions some declaring the ruling makes it imperative to place market demands in the proposed law so that the commission may consider economic waste There are others disagreeing with this but who admit a stronger law is necessary A majority of witnesses before the investigation committees have said proration will gain nothing unless market conditions are taken into account It was so testified today in the House by William R Boyd executive vice president of the American Petroleum Institute who recommended the program in behalf of con-servation- I Director of Federal System Says Reforms Suggested by Wickersham in Effect By Associated Press WASHINGTON July — The Wickersham commission's condemng - tion of the American prison system was met today by a statement from Sanford Bates director of federal prisons that the Government already had put knto effect all the major improvements it suggested The commission in its seventh report to President Hoover charged that present penal machinery was antiquated and inefficient and that its brutality was contributing to the in crease of crime by hardening prisoners Almost without exception how' ever the prisons it cited as bad examples were state or local institutions Bates today reviewed one by one the commission's recommendations that "cruel and inhuman" discipline be banned by law that fortress-like and unhealthy prisons kr4 anperseded that the insane diseased and drug-addicted be segregated that the systems of parole and probation be extended that idleness within prisons be overcome and that prison officials be especially trained and above politics His answer was that tinder the reorganized prison program instituted by the Government before last July almost every one of these steps had been or was being made effective The federal prison chief pointed to plans for the new penitentiary at Lewisburg Pa to cost upward of $3000000 and designed to relieve overcrowding in other institutions by a total of 1200 inmates Plans likewise have been going forward for the new reformatory at El Reno Okla designed to hold 1000 young offender& Similarly be said progress toward construction is being made upon a huge prison hospital in the Midwest and upon a narcotic farm which will remove addicts from prisons not designed to care for them Corporal punishment in federal prisons has been banned be asserted while improved personnel la Leing secured by requiring officials and guards to enter under civil service and to train in a school now in operation Sanitary conditions have been improved by placing the supervision of this task under the United States Public Health Service he added white under authority of Congress federals are now at work on manufacture of goods for other Government departzoents Bates was one of 24 penal experts who signed a report attached to the commission's study which agreed in effect that the penal system had failed in its aim of reforming the criminal and protecting society New York Reorganizing System Says Thayer ALBANY N Y July 27 — Dr Walter Nelson Thayer New York state commissioner of corrections admitted today that Auburn and Clinton prisons were "antiquated" but said the State was reorganizing its whole penal system This was Dr Thayer's response to criticism of the penal institutions at Auburn in Central New York and Clinton prison at Dannemora sometimes called "the Siberia of Amerim" But said Dr Thayer no inmate of a New York state prison has ever been "handcuffed or starved" to the best of his knowledge New and modern cell blocks are being built at Auburn scene of two riots in 1929 and at Clinton prison also scene of a riot in that year Auburn was built in 1S1T and Clinton in 18-15 Joliet Penitentiary Warden Is Silent JOLIET IlL July W—rending examination of the full teport of the Wickersham commission on prisons in which the old Joliet penitentiary was censured for overcrowding lack of plumbing and the practice of shackling- convicts to doors Warden Henry B Hill said he had no comment to make He announced that he had orders from the state administration to issue no further bulletins from the prison except in case of an escape If a riot occurs he would be too busy to see reporters He has been busy of late searching the prison for bombs and forestalling rumored plans of escape Massachusetts Warden Offers No Defense BOSTON July 27---Criticism of the Massachusetts state prison by thtt Wickersham commission today drew no contradictory statement from Dr A Warren Stearns state commissioner of corrections The Wickersham report classified the Massachusetts institution as among those which were obsolete "I offer no defense of obsolete and antiquated methods" Dr Stearns said "Recommendations similar to thcpse 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BILINDBEI1G113 By Asso--iatcd Pre WASHINGTON July 27--J ':-! and Mrs Linlbergh arrived l--r day from New York for ti:1-:-z Washington officials familiar v --: - lands they will visit on ther r ::-:- 1 flieht to the Orient Lindbergh said he prohally v --1 not return to New York I :i I take off either toraorrow tr IV - day northward on the irrirr - -I will take them acrosg Clin !a t I - ka and then down the Sil--r:c:: t: to Tokio Luegaze and full equipmert I- flight was Et or-(I away in r : 7-t when the Lindberghs arrivd '! !":- a 4 capital and he said the tr- - -1- I Orient actually was under r STONEWORk-ON MASONIC TEMPLE TO START AUG10 2 Stone work on the rier Temple will be stared abotit 10 it was said Monday Steel framework is berc by a crew of approximat4dy 45 The temple is under corstrue!::n at West Lancaster Arenu and son Street It will crst BEDBUG arias Bloody Bitty Sltet wd trylote to ands into b411 Not with tosterot dooth ii cote items merlin with Boa Brood POwdea "Bee" Imp Contest $50" CASH of PRIZES ASK YOUR DEALER IP goo Brand world's Istrgst sIling Powdor Kills bedbugs flies mosquitoes roaches ants fleas and other inscts No stain economical ftecfive lac 25c cans Guns 25c Mc Cormicit &Co Ir Bottimot Md kills them ALSO 'BM" BRAND LIQUID SPRAT Lr:7707"-a:a E77:71 TOUCH OF MALARIA? rive it out quicklj This is not the time to experiment Take the correct combination of Quinine and Iron to purifr blood and rebuild normal strength and vig Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is the standard treatment for malaria and general run-down condition It has been the unfailing standby of thousands of Southern families for over fifty years Pleasant to take—for both adults and children Get a bottle today A package of Greve' s Bieck Reef Pills is enclosed with every bottle for conditions requiring a gentle laxative with the tonic G (DIVIE9 S orAs-re LE SS C I-1 C on "Who's Who? the Grote's Tonic Two" Tune in Every Monday Wednesday Friday at 12:15 Noon Central Standard Time 1:15 p m Eastern Standard Time Columbia Broadcasting System Station MILD or WACO - 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that-yea-la Au: to burn was built in 1S17 and Clinton Qurteennalltaejeeneottmettnt the hang aria I also asw BRAND mum spray : ::::: llina The few people who knew him were governments of Vatican City and age had the label on his coat stamped impressed by his scientific knowledge ward Italy continues but on a less bitter at the postoffice and went in the — r--1 777777 - reql (IA "I talked to him a great deal" Mrs '' freight compartment as mail for only By A ssociated Press o : lift ti" Collier said "and an air of mystery It It is largely a struggle for control $12 saving ae Air passengers here FORT SMITH Ark July '27 — Joliet Penitentiary rL77wmillesea- - s'-'-':--:- the always prevailed He was well edu- of young minds and their education will fly from ocean to ocean for $12 New brder compcatins appeared - tees ould eated and seemed to have traveled a Mussolini' who denies the pope's Diesel engines supplying power with 'possible o today li o when five Fayetteville Warden Is Silent TourH orF MALARIA? it h Ltion great deal He was exceptionally well right to control education takes boys no danger of fire e oil truck drivers and four from Fort JOLIET Ill July 27--Pending 5 Se t n versed in scientific matters However from 6 years of age into his junior (Copyright 1931 by ging Features - c'f a he seemed always to be holding back' Fascist organization Syndicate Inc) examination of the full t eport of the e:-' as asa - aoass -s - - a- - --' 4):-::- 7 ' 7 Apall"r s nan- trying to hide his past" hS ommi Smith asnadi de compelled they llwe edr et to buy y Oklahoma in O k1 a- 'Wickersham commission on prisons - '''-raya ' AL More than 20 years ago it was said ' licenses in which the old Joliet penitentiary I -aa-r -- - a - aka- a' a ' - saa-a e-: - eaaaa a fll:"' De Laurence entered into a partner- lagoilE oil ("AI ould ship with Walter Scott forming the 1-1100PS POSTED The drivers contended Governor 'Murray of Oklahoma has favored rec- of plumbing and the practice of slum- was censured for overcrowding lack ease 3 ::::i:4 1 -- iprocity in the matter of truck licenses lathe convicts to doors Warden Henry 'cum- company known as Messrs - De Lau- net t iand rence Scott & Co of Chicago This Oklahoma truck drivers so far have B Hill said he had no comment to rust firm published medical and scientific been permitted to operate in Arkansas make He announced that he had ar- - '--:as-:::-':::--::-:::-::-:-In"':as-''':a:- -a a aa-a-a4 : : s -sal----- :--- ' a - -- - -- a-a- with Oklahoma licenses ders from the state administration to e books many of which were written by issue no further bulletins from th ii!::eacal:aaii:-::-15:e a-- a::--:!:::--" ' a min e and " f -De a Laururence was said to have made TANKs --1 - De L ABLALE 0 N ' BURNS KILL FLIER gias°rnioetxocceePutrsinhecawseoug baentooesebauPst i rely a fortune and to have filed a will in FREE saaa s s a:4 -: - rasa - -Saaa a ' Housros July 27 — Frank W to see repotters He has been busy of aaaaaea as aa -: ' - - aa-aiii:- Leg- Kendrick 27 student flier was dead late seerehing the prison for bombs Chicago naming Scotty as heir aa 1 a as - 1)'- e::E O'S'' ' ' '' ' This Tess The undertaking company holding the saa- -1aca-: a 5C "rP-- -- ) S - t '-" t in 11- ath- Lamb's body is convinced that he was : t Y avyletwimheonf h bluarnosahnee recreaesihreedd alantde cannpdeforestalling rumored plans of es- - V alaa'aasa-a-saa-1 s : : aaatasaaa:aaa-:asa " De Laurence and wired to "Death Val- By Assoc al Alato i aa iated Press (CONTINUED FROM PAGE la) caught aaNastaa a- -- saa a 1 a --:' :'-:7:7-:7::-: - '7: r blis - ley Scotty" in an effort to confirm it ! - asaa - aa aaaaaaaa---- a-a-aa i a :- be rom - acs a --- : ::: ----i-:::::-:: ' the They had received no answer Monday KILGORE July 27 — Storage Masshusett Wrden : opened after a Texas federal court Sdutau't fire - az a - --rasa --- aa' aa:a- all- a ''1 t !Town There is nothing in Lamb's papers tanks at Butts well two blocks from order restraining its use bad been :- - - a a sa'-a:! aasai a sitaa' I The to disclose the source of his income the main business section exploded temporarily suspended - Exra Session I Offers No Defense - :::::::-:e- - the last 10 years and apparently no here tonight and caught fire On Aug 4 at Houston the Federal BOSTON July 27--Criticism of s fie raid- funds to pay for his burial District Court will conduct final rds" ' A number 'of workmen were thought a (CONTINUED FROM PAGE la) the Massachusetts state prison by the I :ea sat hearing on suspension of the injune- ee k i JIeut i lake - to have been caught In the blaze but tion which for a time kept the free The measure makes - 1 he point of saving the natural resources their appearance en no contradictory statement from Dr rtve it out qUIC y Tett te Sht their names could not be learned No bridge closed under the watchful eyes only one of the many commodities Wickersham commission today drew A Warren Stearns state commission I 'ova of the United States we should Import of the Rangers and on the same date and It can apply to everything from er of corrections The Wickersham re sinein em oil he stated On the other hand im the Federal Court at Muskogee - hope was held for the -men In the " -1 the min ports should be limited for the benefit flames t - la automobiles to clothing It is ad- port classified the Massachusetts in- - scheduled to bear application of toll milted the chief objective is reguia- stitution as among those which were -oet af ader of oil men of this country" The fire department had responded a a ri ge owners to make permanent the tion of public utility rates and price obsolete r 4- - can Senator W A Williamson of San to the alarm and were seeking to pre- toll brid rd el ge o er of gasoline "I offer no defense of obsolete and rect combination of Quinine and Iron to pum :- et r - e I or Antonio said he would move to end vent the flames from spreading to the Governor Murray bits taken sole eerrnedeilr -- the Senate inquiry tomorrow one day well e Committee bearings on these bills antiquated methods" Dr Stearns said -rolit responsibility for any defiance of the lent ahead of schedule B F DeLong fire fighter in charge cour t s In addition a move was are expected to begin Wednesday "Recommendations similar to those bTlholosaisanndotrtehbeuitlidmneot rmal o experiment strength and N-if Take the cor- tion A move to end the House investiga- of operations at the burning Vitek well under way to obtain the support of when much of the testimony given in made by the Wickersham commission D Dose tion was nipped when Speaker Fred at Overton was to make an attempt th t- Oklahoma delegation f e en iae g n or a worked over and reviewed principal contests to be waged over such a point that It will the present investigation will have to have been made from year to year I une- Minor ruled the resolution authorizing to rescue the workmen as soon as an i pro- the inquiry did not limit it to eight asbestos suit could be rushed to the congressional investigation of use of the two hope the public will be stirred up to willing mg tu be n s bte ll pro- days Today was the eighth day The blaze - - the Injunctions market demans in the law accept modern and adequate ears- It has been the unfailing standby of thousands of 1 m " t a m placing d and the proposed new commission te amendment which placed the investiga- Ai Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is the standard tz-eat- J the tion in the committee of the whole a - a Effort to Close Free There is an obvious division in the S e of provided that rules of the eemmittee Legislature as to the creation of a De safe - Key Banker of Bridge St iome should govern and Minor held the corn- ge Again Is Seen' new commission the Railroad Com- be sensible - ogeet Ire I' fi f a it y r u yne-adr so 7 condition the mittee could continue in session indef- mission having offered testimony it ALWAYS ASK FOR - - moeuntht el: m fa amiallrileas a n f 0 r d v only initely - District 4 Named AUSTIN July 27--James V All- ean handle oil and gas if given strong- e a Pleasant eted Members of the steering committee red Attorney General said - today er laws SIRIFTs7e7j3 -7s s of said they would complete the investi- ' AUSTIN —Albert Tay- — - that he had been advised that Joe The effect of the Houston three- - aeluei gation by tomorrow night or noon By Associated Press Bailey Jr attorney for the Red - court decision knocking out the last ' s pre- Wednesday since several of the wit- PGleat ut take—for for both adult and children II ca - July 27 er Toll B'ridge Company would Riv ask proration order is being discussed pupisacklasge tied Brachfield Hendersonnesses - proread bably would not appear lor vice president of the Texas Bank for a reinstatement of the injunction widelaain the L'egislature with a va- G a) Li IIIN P it bottle for conditions requiring a A a ltilI mos- Witne sses y to testify were Gov- and Trust Corapany Monday was preventing the use of a parallel free riety of opinions some declaring the gentle laxative witas the tonic I netan ness ernor R S Sterling Charles A named as key banker of District 4 bridge between Denison and Durant ruling makes it imperative to place 13 I : Ed Landreth comprising 26 Central and I he popod aw g& s PI MI 4!'1 gcror:eve'd -wErathekelt" 11 adaell West Texas k0 la market demands n trse l real- Fort Worth independent operator counties to succeed John H Griffith idi'N:- s s - IP20 a) v ir a 9 T M Kennerly Federal Judge at so that the commission may consider r c 'ilt3tie )ora- Malcolm Crim mayor of Kilgore ana of Taylor who resigned fro that Houston suspended the injunction economic waste There are others dis- al -a :a st lvee ii !ti laiovtais the one of the leaders in the East Texas Post -' is e the banking had enacted a law Saturday after the Texas Legislature agreeing with this but who admit a R al-As-retcss 1 r Ting oil situation and E H Edelman of Taylor will supery IO ' P 3 OC 1 ut 1 10C f ' ILLTOKC di IM i! IT Thi eco- Wichita Falls permitting the toll stronger law is nece C esary situation with reference to agricultural bridge company to sue on its contract A majority of witnesses before the Others listed by the committee to Problems in the district His appoint- with the Texas Highway Commission investigation committees have said 0 3 I 14--tovr---- - C i -0 a t C P: : :a----:-a Fern- appear were Harry Sinclair president ment was made by W B Lee of Spur He set a hearing next Monday on proration will gain nothing unless hy Wh a y G 11-1 I to 11 At ' irCII C i 't any IlT new of the Sinclair Oil and Gas Company chairman of the agricnitarai commit- whether the injunction should be dis- market conditions are taken into ae- Pay I laZ4 cto ci k Pay --- -- IT' 11 r the the Tom Cranfill of Dallas independent tee of the Texas Bankers' Associa- solved ' - - count It was so testified today in More M Who? 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