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February 22, 1927

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REGENTS FIRE Cortmittefe Bills Wobld I Abd Biidgei Directoil^ As' f ys«le&s," iSays G -oup.. T<.j><kii, 0(1 sdte Uuilgei director he •uiine uii<)er lire oday wlien SHiatt 1<4'9 iliiil a ila^-ies coniiAit- 4e iiiitroiluct'i two jjills »oal)ol]isli ami thi office trea I he l»oari i.y Hie Ifjgi.slature Ttle 'Mattxv ill j« apprilve I ^•ort<iti Ai Tii, Lor. I ' Tht' fomm peal the -Teat . Til. bi' niiu (>ills. m|ttt-( .nstS; hly the •H»'r tee ith Board OneKilledand FourLijuredp Farmer*$Sfrke Fr.-inOut, F.b. 22; JfAP) John .Marjih. a fat'mer Ilvlnj: HOtltll of hfT<". loiluy Hlioj uiijd WyWoA Ola Atulrrsoii. Sii. Axnt |K NelHoil, .17. and si-rioUHly J woiindi'd tlifi't' oihi'VM - Froil ; ,iind Ailoljtli .Marsh," brotl^- i-r.-i.jtt.iid ijcrii .lohnnon. hi .s son- Ih-Iaw. lie (h<'M fl.-d. ' j CRUDE OIU IS MADE TODAY •Ka 'ns.. TiAt, 22. CAPl kegf'uts and two years ako' 'wpjiitly rvl 'uied ;. appointiueiiil ot ' \tk budKCt diri t-nacieil l^jijU th^ boird t divpv'tor w' •• Ue .Mark, chdir- off,ering soliciting ccj atej edu't'atlo stAlute.>;| y»-ju-H ago iiijilp-r and Offirtt otj^udg •d. hoird iif re Sfciiaioij Van )r -fl(e cqmmi itioiis:." ' He ibpli.ihingi the boird [wa.s pan uuilhler w'onld bv ikuritduc -ed to .•iihi i-ontrol of \\-Sf li(inal; lUatitulioQ:: adiniijistraiion, KeiMtor Van Hi Ihf orfiie of ; budjj "uiiel'iss.^ V\Ve had better] ol<l s^siviu "I ilv .Mark d »-('lap,>i let direi 'tiir 'v iitaiiager's! rnporti- TJiei liropojsins' to abol • lioan) ! an ior'.«i iofi'ii-^ .ialaiif-s <oini 1).- MJrk -ffiid. a'x^ ; tjt-ay j of , LVwr-fUt-'e; IJtf ' aii\l liUniiijiiiul \ M «'ii)berH of Ited HVI ••iiiorj I'aiilen VV v. .Morg;^ MiUi.-h\ Ab;r. jJeilaii. <'i IV <;i'Oll^e| III II <; Kip. jlteill)!'; 'V Karl.' .1 anil- ttore Uie I |Kir\«jiti: | .loli.iisun III j\Va-iiiri« iurliiiigton. tiiaril tit re^'M i ili-lliiisii'li; *' ( . Spcri K il'al met of! it he: \ve;( !are: n. H •|lie: dK''' J. X.- V ICK. CbRR Is HONQREli vkte-javsiden" lioiine; and; T: tinii iix aii| oi{ ted' liin^oti. \Vifhi|a Saturday prijsidi-'nts rjeci. • ^IlltC Arkaffda« ^^'iijy If. ci. Bryan cd 'pri',sidf!nt: iiai seii-retary. IIiiuhinsoh> t V JA.l WhitH Wic .Mr. I Corr fr<i»n 0"' sai|l Vhat,4,h>i '<-taii(!jap;jins.l ill saHnline; flak tin fa<;e roadp tia'n.slli 'r nieii p'la'nninK ti< of lola iof tl nsfej I 'aniz r - Two American Homes Are Damaged, Along v^ith French Bui Idingtj When Shells | Fall Short. \ ' -e- iwo t;t;ale'.-i edii lu t!iie~b<iaiU tjii* return to. slate busin lie deoiarfd. FRENCtlAREA INSHANGHkl Carter Oil Takes Ojpenmg Sjep S^ond Tiire ir^ ion — Otlers Havi Not Maqe R< ductions. TxiUa. f)kla.l K .-b. 22. reiluctiun in ['from I.'i cen gravity oil c-rude prlreH .4 per barrel |o :'.9 rents f Kravi'y oil \h\A announeed mld-<diiiiienr. area today Carter Oil priies rangel irice .scUoduIc elv aix'ordin he ! .Shanghai^ Feb. 22. i French conu l"':<:tv was shelled lla! eil >-ea- o£ tuday .... , J.,, tliin'.ilist: povernnieiu ^f. said 11 the V"' i whii h. was, att.-mptinK to Ixiinblird r( ilvi^ Kiangiiaii arwenal, alxijii inile .south. At. least five Lt -U i:i « tile Kreni'j r.iiu' laiiding'.«?bort of the arsenal \o fopeignerr Were injur ihouKh, the iL ^ines of two ran.s wei',- danilig.d. Two ti i were killed. | The guii-i of file gunlioai deleilive. lalislng tilt iinraviiy and ; schedule. The new p ^tive iinme<li; ' ai:iioiineemei{ ; 111 addition t Feb. 12. . —Thi; ; fereniial b-tfceen' gravities .•es.^ion di.strict this Idmed onepi^int or from f by i a JNa- in ;i )iir cent pjiiiiljo.i' ; Tliis is till I IT 1 onip one : liiiive in po shjUs ; i„.„rs after >ss,i«!i. ^.iiou!i>eii no ij i lowed suit, ''•iial- I due to the a.s #h htidget dirl -c- tliej iinaiiiiniitis eiiale lei -s ^ .Selialol' V iili.T nil mil' rial I. Toiielja'-i |„it not fire. Sal ill lie; ; H () ir .Ml ic-hiia. and ..\iv .Maple Hjll: i,.inii..d ,,„ ^„o,| ;iiit(ioni,V:. in(a. was elec k\ M. Dri'nn lUdin F .,lW of Wi atid L. li. Fergus rer ' I lirectOrs ' •"''"'''"^b -.mthoritilJs Iiiok ; OVi ry illTe- •east; nikht THiRb TERM KNOCK , . J" REGISTERED TODAY orgdtiization tool^ a tiiriied , ilast [tnp ^t ^'-irhilii. any ster 1 is adopted, the nf K insas have b^en feate an inrganizal ,for ilie lai'tjfive J ears.- Mr.C id. , T/je'w^r|;ahiiation is i'.Np eiTvio .'proniojie|,Iiar nony anionp' ^ ' bf ih > sfiitP. ; s(er men BIG' WEIJLHIT IN w if'ranlt Young jfln tlip Collins farm GR riLEY FIEI On'i'of tUellargMt oil »jell<! the (.ridley ilelll waH brought %x-!teiday hv| P, Srhomerus ilie i^ortheij St t^u rtei' of Sect :iii iiii .\Voof |s(in n-.iiintv. The «| Win|)«'d firt I b irrel 'Tdin fir -t loiiH and lis', be ijirvoil by bout a. UMi-hi l-TitV- -Ix feet of s: iftWi'i il, InTS and 1 S<;l|iimenis ilol ret wi.ljl. Tw, wuk !(l*u<k jbif feAt. rv .iiti Tl>*l pi'llV W..11 ;ilso iir High 111 ihif i.ffsetifHii: (lit- |e;|«e;u;|ion |wAlih W.fir;ll thel liiiie tiKO bV (.•a 's t ^mipaiiy. i Oil |l<<:ih.sk(i\- farm [Slh 'iflK'rU^ well NOON 2WBgI ?ING the' rcEuiai or ^vi 'n! b I 'iilock toinoijrow ef >M . nieiitinj (•omnierce berl vlptinp hf vairiottf rrat (• org^niaat diirijiif tlit^jdiiy- i)i> the assem ily tral comm tte; tfs^ Cdrdell Hu! 1/ hita.l and A. hf-e: 'further inrreJi.* ep !5 tl Kood h Company. 1 from $l..i.'> rel for 2y g)r:ivity to t2 .:t] above, uader i.s effee- ; to thf by Carter officials. |) tU.^ price cii^ the <'.jf- wa.s, re- Ve cenm a barrel, .se-ond tiin- ny has taken thai the the initiiig: reductiois. Two AuK-ri- ',„• \Vi,ii,.r V llinese ; ,1,,. hoard ol the .Standard| .Iers.->. ot w!i:t li ihe Carter ^ sidiary. ilial shells to ;,.,,,„..,„p |y, /f-**' i Illclli.llOll 1 area. luiliei ana of f>kl: drop .short of tli.. Kiangiiai uai. whi< h is in, an isoiat. tion al.ing the Whangpoo,' ,,aiid soutli of the Krelicli ciiiii-es .„...,.,„ "•'ision and .laliu-Vilv.*which iadjoai 1 ""^ mniuii laii t, r • • •• • aniioiiiii-enie|it «>f tb« .he y ,Mb ' f''-*' native iMiv iv-l'tber U. \\ - .M, e^. _.';uli oJlier; Kiv.- .shells fell ill disirici, and five iii Ihe iialivte Ifiiy. , . . . Two Cliin >-se rrui.-.err, liie Kiiiiig-• I' ', and t;i.. Klaii^kang. 4er.- 'pre- 1 il from lakini,' par) (a | the I"""' •"""'* «e, wnieil I(iini1..iri!iii< 111 liy. iwo FriMic iiiials,-.the .,\l.'rte uti.l tli;.- Tile Kii'ii. U war-hi: -i trano' guns lll'mll Ihe CllllleSi CI Itnii- \ per barrel. 'M .irii... ri -Milled trokii over-prodii 1 uT.ir ' "1" ^'•"if""' .iiiers. Tb- Cane • St, operalin The'Chinese (-riiivers... ir; :wa.« ihad •igreid to betray .MnrHlial jiSun •I'hiian-Faiig, ruler nf Kialjgsu provliii ••. .iiiil liirii over in i lioualisls (Caiilonese) who ; a campaign against Their plan was to sKiuii up . fiO.ooo Imrnjii priMtiictioif also has tb 1e:u ill (he ie ;:.\a- (lk!:;'ionia P iri-! di- sidiary of t SJlan- i .lersey Its tlio Wliangpoo river to Joip || the! has an .sii.oliji hj»trtd a ilay ed ; .Vaiionalist army above Sungktang. i under const e Kinsas AVa-e-; While the bombardment, wai-j in j •niers a .fHot ia-' progress, the authorities <if thejAfAfJvr). lioi meeting at , K.reuch tuiicession-caUed out: all ' ^ ^ ^ ^ Other vi'e-; vijdiintefr and p(?lice .fone.s and ,vere: A. C. Hpr- ; manned wi'li machine guns every I iHgres.s from tli.' naiive t'ily to . I • tlii? Freiicii MTtion'. above .'il.H g chlta wasVl ^cts. j1'l'<' French criii.-ei- .Miles .Mi- he- •h- '•'•t. ^^''b an adiniraj aboard, look no part in the aflfiir., hut j the ranging for low i>r high for the by tbe the new jlier bar- I for 52 the new Lady Astorm Open Big Fight for Equal Rights Her Attack Will; Be Sensationally Supported By Mass {..obbvinR by Women f'rom Numerous Suffragist Organizations bf Parliament, i London. Feb, 22. rAPil^-Lja'^y Actor's attack on the gov- eminent in an effort to obtain equal jsuffrage for Avomen will be sen.tationally supported, linqer present plans, by mass lobbying of thef members of parliament at the hou.«fle of commons on Mar?h :i by women drattledi from the numerou.s sufTra- BWt oreanization.s. ' gwt organization Jiady Antor herself Is coachii1|?*f the lobbyists for the de1non«tr i- tlon. which will be ibe first of i s kind ?\nce the becUc days of militant suffrage activities before tae wqr. All the women'.s organizations are cooperating. 1 '•p to the present. Lady Astor, COAL tOpMSTODAy FOR Joi wiio belongs to Premiei* Baldwinj party, has not partieipated in pro- iessioiis jaiiU similar demiinstra- tions (or! fear ot embarrassing the tonservalives, biii now she declares Hhe cannot Mand for the govern- ^nent's tlelajr in carrying out its i>nBciqierit of equal suffrage at the j iiext genwall election. Mi joint! he reduction was anther company had fol- Coming u.s a surprise, nnouncemeni .Monday Teagle. chairman of of .New is a sub- no price dashing was beiaii -se of Im-reased ^1 I lie tnid-i onlinent ally in the ieniinole liotiia. oili cin les here Were -,\lrre» by the prici cai -'arter cut w a- on: No- 1926, when It redu- ed ravlty frciin < l.tt .'i' per •0 and Ihe 'i: gra\lty ijls from $:{..';: i.i $2.7i( Tills rediicl on alHO lion in fields, iirmpany is lompau'y ill lilt' tJem- Ith ,n liailv f li'.'ido bar largest pipeline svs [area. <i!ieruti II line (omiKin lie Standard capatlly is dailv. Th* 'uctlon. iIA SLASHES CRUDE OIL PRICES Dalla.s. T^x., Feb. 22: l.\ avity was cut in u .sched.iile of prices <Tiide in (Hbiboma and in. jj' ] property of tlieir nation; announced 1'- tlolellni I fnnii 7 a. wa- iiiiclian mediaie gr; jrroporlion. iiday by the oinpaiiy and In. Below 2S d in price ai k-iiy oils wer« «-ut In rd on [)rr ct- lie Washing/on. F.?b. 22. (AP) — Washinnton's birthday anniversary was made 'the occasion today for; Independe the iiitroduclion by Senator t^Fol-•—The I'rairi] PRAIRIE OIL IN PRICE CUT T lette. Keiiul)!ic:rB. Wisconsin; iof announced resolution apiiroving the first .pres- ; Kansas. Okl iileni's policy of retirenunt after criid- oil ti two terms. , !: ; annoumjed e| \y -The resolution, which wentj.orver i<'ar |t .;r (jiil f under the rules, ilecl.nres tirat|i "any i is ll ..".Si for ' ;ilepartiiri-.from this. (Ime-hohored.jti.:!! for !he Di 'ii'^'om would bo tinwi.se. iinpairi-; ing to :abo •otic and franuhf with p. ril id oiirjaverage. fn-d institutions., i The measure was offered 'Ijv ih" in in nil Itepublii'an insnrjient .lead.-rj imme- diatelv at Ih inclii.^ion .of the !r<r'adinu lo the senate of Wjiihing- on ell .ton's laifewell addre-s by IK IC .eorg'>. jOeniocrat. of CeorK dr. i i..* siniil .'lr to a move, made tr-• hoiisi.* lo put conttress ou nd 'aualiisi Pr «'sidetii Coolidc' 111 it-iHiliIican candidal^ in t'ci nmil (!as Ci nl- In; n :!o-b.ii<f, I khey, drilled I |*old I them so; •Id lola Oil Jli+i DR, BEATTIE TO MAKE INSPEC ir^-nator a. and in 'he record lis n .s • ION lis ' nr. F, S lltenitle; who w lie poiiileil by tlse stale s:iri-itar ind . tiilssidn to iii't a< assistant SINCLA ANY . Mexico Ci ry F rfiii.i Sinclair Coi) linn. « ho h li,r .se >eral CHICAGO HAS USUAL GANG VOTrrODAY Police Guard Polls WTien Primary Opens—Armed Men Kidnap Judge i And Political Workers, todaj- w^g Jack pirefe Adjou afctf com] ctle km confer operhtoijs of com lelitive hi Conference Between irjers and O^eratOf^ loses Withoijit Filing Wage Scale. Fl in agreeihent to replace :son on| seal SCHOOL BILL IS BY HOUSE , opeijatoH fcle.s ; elsdwhe J rea<thed Measure min bor The siib-ci Passes by Of 88 to 13 — Goes to Seniate Now for Discussion and Vote. fail ! i I'on V Ote froi Wei the Clijcago, Feb.| 22. (AIM—The ell-j ina.x in Chicago's most bitter may- I orally primary j campaign in years ' was r«-ached li^day wheii heaviljy guarded indls jwere thrown opefi- to a holiiiay vi^e. Toptka; Kans.^ Feb. Z2J, (AI')— Tile bill to i'Mtabli.sh a sttiie poly-j technic school at (freat Hend was! pa.ssed today by ;Ibe house .ss to. l:'., and :sen|L lo tjie senal.-. The tneastire tiy l>awsun of Har-. increased Special police were active andai'liin county.;|provi(U>s an ; half ilozen arrests soon were madii.tji|ipr(ipriati(ih of J2 .'ib.wi> for piir- I One Uepnblican Judge and two I<has* of grounds conslruciion of ;hii-!:nger-l>eneen workers wcrj<.'jWie |lrs( Imllding and one year's kidnaped by seven armed men who | inainienance and salaries builget b... larg- drove up lo the sixth precinct pol - .allowance. 1 wan . ! • .s,.v.i.ral average els. II by the . a siib- f \ew Ifiven as: otnpany pipelini ing pbH'e in the twenty-sjxth just before time |o /;pen. j Oil gaining adnititance by asking to see one of the judges the rnetl I produced revolvers uud herded tli'« I three Into their aiilomoblle. I'o- jlice were unable lo trace the autd- i mobile, which bfire no Ilcens^ : plates. j .STtan Aiigustynocwicz. an , tion clerk in ib iwaid.'wos slugged on the ininred automobile. nvembeif.s of the boiist) eNpri-.-|se<| the belief that the schoof will fliU to [fill the. nijwl of south- westehi Kansas for a college, but j 1 on live unii effe lain min l!:e ill W as plaij 0 den ers tbp Plaii ogn due the T they also .siikl Kansas needs a ceii-; | trally located polytechnic school. : .. Ily located polyl Among those ojiposing the bill were t>vo southwestern Kansas rep- JOitl] ist two j j i-es.;ntatlve.<r lierryniun, ot ijlarkj q icountyl a banker, said the Great, P)-0 J 1 i?,9 cents paid for Kansas ilagnolia f fee live gravity d inler- 1 Trailing the antomobjie from ' which the meti who slugged ..^li- :' ^ gustj-nocwicz leaped, the police I raided a stnr^ and took thirty then :a better afcricuUiire for Western Kan.sas. Bowman of said; i)oy^ and to the bureau of identification. |„ ; Kansa.s wlni can not go to college ,,o|,,j,r f^nlgl the store, said to be headqnartei^s • 9t '"*>-W"»»-- ^ able to get an; ofl.Mjke Winok. candidate for a|-:education jf a state .school is es-j riArman in thA thirtv-nlnth ward. tahliShed at Great Bend. Andersdn girls in county. y, western : tonrjjhf rnlttte w divit'se re 4 >{t coal field t fa; liire to' reach a ille e.x- i agreement wliiclil Maijch :n. nm» tit sine die fo^iwed |ptaijce of*the report Of a tiich iould not demands by Ihe: mmitlee of miners s. ueaotiations are re.silmed bef. rs ;)utoii n t ID ideRiiig 'kln.^ Ha th nesday. Tjie Mask wa^e s opeiatoijs. • lac csoii|villi inuOiis wit^ till u niiines tiveness •d iliroi' IS. op la:t^r t, n ili.s;.^r l(J M:; qioklesni Jo^nt conference 1.=! proposal dralltf] la!e (onunittee h la^ht to reiilaiji. iigreeineiii \{\ ge Si ale. <-ii ^ag .s paid inti; of We.<: VirgiiiiU would !ia\e h*-f gli a ciiniiiii.s- ifators iiud niei hav- I'le final (Ill'-lltr • kins, opi raior. U ill I'l'. - • 111 ill thirty-nindi i ]^;;;jl "'y,.|7„,7j7'^:i^^ east! j^"! 'ITj' ,,- P'** jPiand .i^tlce Of HamiUon county, wjthe cotr polls. He was not serioui.lf«jt»^„^if„jj„n ]declared ih^ .polytech-1 pronos:, •ed His attackers fled in an ^^^^ m .tituti^in would not help teach i' on>mis.<<U>n ^.pecified^ it THE K\\.S.\S: (;4>neralir derman in the thirty-ninth ward, thif police found six pistols and a raiiid firing gun. NO DECISION ON .la<}ks6n i-nleil !f(Jr; . was I'lsiirfy CO-ED'S SANm getting a icbllege. of Comanche county the bill but declared he for the southwestern itlon Fl in tj'mp Kan.sas folfcs wha think they an^>?,r. Tfmpiiratii ODAY yankton. S., D.. Feb. 22. fAPt-T- i Observation of the mental iondl-; tion of the mental conditi^in of .Marian Meyers. 1ft year old |co-ed tice. Ks.'Feb. 22. (API bank burglar, is not yet combrleud ;a vote of ffi to 9. the house judici- ) ,,j«n^ . • oil and (las ('ompany i'and any informatioB as to| tite ' ary cpniini(ie© 'oday failed to ap- | im }^^s-. cnt in the price for homa and north Texa dav. to meet ; the cm j,rlier in the day by the impany. The new price 2,S degree gravity and NO'IMMUNITY FOR OIL WITNESSES 1 sine i ilatH •'est. . }• I end Washingtbn. Feb. 2'2. (API—By | for this ...... l\l a .kn ill,!,,-,!- ! . •; findings is premature and ihcont-! prove; a bill •which -would have; R ;'pleje. Dr. O. S. Adams, superiii-, granted Immttnity to certain wit-|ve}.t • tendent of the state hf |spit4^ here.; nes.^es whose- tefltimony is need- • Ijj,,. .•said today in denying reports that 1 ed b.viigpVernment special coun.sel 1 .the. girl had been fouiijd sane. i in tihej Sinclair oil trial whichrre-j j.. r Ula t ai^d W It It 6 f-Xc . .la la.j •>2 ecij ig •y lati rda! 91 ',2 degree olLs, amouct- t 2.'> cents pen- barrel R DENIEIS NSTRUC y,-Kib. 22. I.\ ir. president solldated Oil! i been in Me day.s, dedari) reieivejl no :meni the ' that lie lias ' lions from the deparj III connection with' } taird mill oil laws. His statement wai^ swiT lo press dls leii county lilberi illosis • com- Iri Al- 1,1 lest cattle h«re for is st .irling Ibis! Ve.-k on b'.s second trip through, tola ^Ei«t:niQMORRo ^j ;::;;?;;S- '"^ found eli'Vej) hi* first Ijr^n be herds ill whifili in- Washiiigton reportlpk tha larv <if the Treasiir: ward 1,. Dohenv am controlled S2. per c«}nt (if ilaiids in .Mexico and 'been obeying Secre this •l^iy nbon-liin h-; fection existed -and lije Chamber of around he wiil check un to held at I'J l "i all of hi-* orders as to ilisiii:^ di'ternoon. i .etc.. have been carried out. ^an^T}emocrhts Gather Today hi T^ipika for Ajinual Meeting Ofikd isas Washington Day Ckib \- time !?eo if irting. /Itopejca Kin.. Feb. 22. (AP)—ivan.sa.'i Democrat.-^ gath- ,ered in Tppjka tjoday for (he annual Kansas Demopratic r\Va.4hingtion Dr yj Ghib festivities. ^ li IPre-sidan.tii I .-thd gubernatorial pojjsibilitie.^ roceiveii the tention of thM ?a.rl.v arriv.iK , Ed Hackney of. Wellingjti)!!, a farmer membei of the static Board of admini..?tration arii the o d bublici utili y tommissit n. is the only candidate/who has one state. Deti lo--; will be hbld lie of them Will \>i\ Ihe state <'Pii fternooii. jtolfiier naitiobal ain^ounceil ijlefiiitejly as a c-lndidate for the democratic ftomi: nation for tov*"iiniir. Govi Reed an^l W- drnor AI Srgjth. Senator James yers received siippo?4'as presicrentiallim- and low congress ! from nemocr!!fic| cliairmyn rejiresentative ti^ Tennes.see. will he the prtjicipal .speaker- at the nnniinl dintjer tonight of tilt' Wasbingtou Dai! Club. Kellogns instruct ions as tki policy he litjw laws. • the percent- ps colrrect he •lair jholdings o merit force- .'nltjeii States, the WashinRtqn state- maiicjous jpolitical by the in lonnciiinn with Saying the total o! age given .was. perlii addei". that ' Ihe Sin Were so small as not fill defense He believed ment was maneuver. Mr. Sinclair expressed hipiself as highly pleased with his visit to .Mexico a ences with governn^nt although he deciinet nature of the disuus STATE OFFICIAL: COUNTING ARS How nian-j^ oars wi 1 passj a point 11-.. f>)ile.s east of La ^arpe on t>ie concrete road, in tw elve lioura? That is aU|ueslion whirl appar- enrly has been trout ling tie state highway dej)artnient. A nan was stationed at] the poii t Monlay and spent the time fronl the tnorninpj until I 'onnting vejiicles :«o^ total of ."Vl.Tfdurlng tie day Tlie .survei^ is belnj? madj' by the department to ! find state highways: is bjsing lised the most. mad laich here April 2.">. ttillj introduced ; l>y Chair- p. ni R P I .ids rtiy nsa cl CitI ar: IONS Harof the Corpora- Ico t-lty d iwlay Instruc- of stale .Mexican Dr. .Adams. .<!aid that] the report ! suities ion the girl's mental condition was { The, Jnot completed. She wis sent: here ! man <3raham. was drafti-d by Atlee ifor observation after j her arrest iPomereno and Owen J. Koberts. I ^j.'j.' !at Wrmilioii. February .=5, follo*(-; counsel for the governtjient iii the jing her attempt to ro«) th» vault I Oil cases, :In a letter to .Mr. Gra- y^^^^ iof the Flr«t National han'* there.; ham. jRoberts said that unless tha - - ' bill Was j pa8 .ied, the govemmeift A itDirC! ttrnifr n f Tirti? probajily would be "unable to A IJitlia ^VUUL,U LillVjC/ provni cei^tain facts which ought to lie piSjveh." : i A- - : • ! „ T WASHINGTON INTO COURT PLEA • In an- s from Secre- on. Va\.Sinclair the oil hat they MA ary |it State Mel Mr. Kansas City. Feb. 32. (API—A Jury in circuit court j today was asked by the prosecutor to protect the freedom •'which W'ashingtoii foiigli' for and which the bamlitis iof this day are laughing, at b<' i hind (revolvers anil shot guns." I The jury went put and returned •' verdict of 2.'; years In prison for 1.lames and Frank Gambl'^, charged with robbery. ; > The 2'i year vei-dicf was a com* j promise. It was sajd.jthe first ballot being'nine for 7^ |.'K »rs, OD » for life, and two for ten- WAR CHEST i William he rtjsults of Id hisi ronfer- ifficials. to sfate the ions. .6 o' -lock in 'clock at night lie coi nte<l a iy|?ar.s. IS NOT FILLED ! Kan Tofi»kai Kans.j Feb. 22. (AP) — i Kansas nemocrats today beheld (he aftermiiih of their lost cause Jn tht> Wi'i giibt-rnatorial campaign.: It was the deficit of about 12.000. ; : Ji F. Swinger. .Jr.. of IoI.i. rhair- j man of ih(. state central t-ommif- ; tee. told the committee that only two thirilsior a Ifi.OOO 'w.-ir has b<,'en tilled. (^ujityl^rmAgentXrivesLecttire, Illustrated by Piciiires, at Club Meeting ^eld tii ItiM Last Night go 1 vent dent beli t^hot ' 1 I",: \\1 : the h-sir • ^^•=''^ ; lion 1 bis ; who <"cid (The Regi .<5ter ing report.) Roy F.. Gwin. cjiunty far club last night that the farmer has pass the only winner in indebted {o C.\S. agen the time |foir holci Ritter for the follow- ;t6\d the Current Topics ingl meetings to interej^t pd and thjtt iictuiil delivery bf the goods is that fieldj nbw. |'Biit the meeting he ad- dre.s.sed mu.st have been an efcc^ption, Ur certainly no public speaker ever confr<j>nted a rr}ote iipprelcjiative Audience than greeted Mr> Gwin. Partners were there ity. but There was no wj .except by actual viou.s knowledge. The eneej of business and men was there and the farmers' and dairymen their hosts .so closely ance and Interest tli: conld be drawn. And vlsitbrs had the edge over their hosts in knowledge of the aubje< k linder discussion. "There Is a farmers' problem, said Mr. Gwin. "The| dUferenci in a maJorj-.y ay to tell i| inqu|iry or pr usual audi! {professtoiti; visitors, all resemble^ in appearj- no line said l>e! a clearly tht j tlits ti|'me. betweifn the purchasing power of the farmers' dollar and the dollar of other a -ocations tells the story, the orje h^ing about S2 cents compared witljt the other. Farm legislation may not be the remedy and ijhe Speaker, there may not test of such legislation, at by reason of a probable Veto Ipr t dverse rCpurt decisions, liut ieglsl ition ha.s succeeded in lielplDg otier callings, as is shown bjri the t iritf. thfe Immlgra'tioii I (Codtiiiued on PaJE^ 2, Number 1) FR and Pa. ss luar It ye id,t() se \n r: Lses Ottawa pekh. M Uls.. Feb. 22 A. Ayres of Wichita, tini wo lie iiocnils '.repH'se itfna i as n il:i' lower lioiisii. Iof <'()n- is wil ing lo liavif lii.s ^lani for f tlif iie.xt lierm/eraii ion : s a I undidate for the | al lonii lallon. lloW 'tveif ves (hall Kansas I»«-ino whether li Id' d^cid Indiilkt* 1 mm liiu' f ri»>n air by 5H|)R S I HngfieM Mo.. Feb. 22J (.VP) — A r-ferelmluiji vote is beitig ^k .*>n toda men ber?^ of n efal emr oye^ ity ir. ciiri ail a w -ek (n-oiil ase e A be firsj oveif (ert A^ >Taj gna hi.s tiniij to I the ay vote akeii '..1 the d. •ed al on IjCans Is a the the JFel). 22. (API- nee of mini'rs the unionized central sub- i n con- '• vase ' and jand. iaii re -Aprii agree firj t. lueni nion latically wi:l iceade ia- jntfal bituminous iinniitiee aniiounc(| gree yesterday iiree days rbe I propo.sals ,;•( on ield. its lifter ; ewi.s iVed i I by the the h a peti- non- Its ob- of .vord fereil by .loliii r.. 1.1 •,'.|s.: 1 iisi- of the I'ticled .\!ai<- V 'ork of i\meri:a, as a substtijit • for Ha.Hklns proposal, (he / ewis aislted ih<' conference to rei- ze the li .ideijuacy of wa^' • re- ions to iolve the probleijis of soft coa indiistr.v.. j * handle ((robleiiH '.oiifrohting iudli -'rv if reqiiesleii tha: the 1 uur.r ine loiitinuii ft; ex- i< I- hrivi i»b the duration of a yea)- i oi tract, lie I perators sent tho^;l| to t ^e sub-(,omniitt€p ted atnendmeni tb Im PWlS with lude Itbelr WEATHER Wednexd.ir: *H|jlitly t in south ceittra por- nd Vicinity: Failr;t<>- rinesda): littlejcli rati^re. | e—Highest yest [li. ; lowest lastjj in.; normal fori t .esterday. 11; j i • 1st.' 2.;"i ile^jreifs ir.i highest. tS; I,. riiay: In ; ipht. the iay. ;.-;irl tiess , was this Tji low- cl ; wre ours j \\>, Ifotal j pfis, dft(i-;tack l-"fi i a Ss ; pris ^oon ; ^u\z\ to-\io( i'e- fr,.ei level, -Jft.*;.'. il c.h|.-=- the :ix; a. in.: ..^e s. i>:tiS ; , , :S> Weather Elsewhere. die jiiati m for the 2t' l| t 7 i. ni. tod.-iy. .00: yea • to date, l.tT; ince .January Is re himidity at 12. Jy, 4i perVem: 7 a. n! per cent; b.-ironie/en nnd cioi|dy except Offey] Ottawa, clondy [roads good ex<;ep fair; Pittsbiiijg. TOBEPRESIMNT of Wii liila. .Ittei: sivities today, o lay .''lull, an orga IS Iieniocrats; sli tel ..trrani from question is "to li' [Kansas neinocrall SCO EMPLOYES [>• arjiongj of crafj OS 1 r.-i it n thi of t . ni pnrf] Fri.< WEEK VOTE the 2 .SIII) Spl-ini he Frisco .Xs^oci. s. and car depart Ti «|nf 1 o whether tliJ! n ajii>r- her reilu'e (|ie ecnme=( necpKsaiJ! f-r-s or work five and aive all an opport jr>b. le t-ntir* svstem <ne later ximately 7.000 Ico .system will 1; lAtOR NOT TO Mas- tr Tjadeoi l.,arre-Bor!»eS. •an hop-j ance Afrl AKE LONG TRIP Spain. .Feb. 22.i (MP\^ l_ J I - '_, T> li.. l .'-L. bff of [aviajor, today piistiijoned (Itaily long rom Malagti I in lis flight from rugHay. lecause of rains an ;oa3t. \\ Masohic Hofpf •n Eh^&pedf^j^ GrandlClimer kVicUisa, !<! cj veriiniijnt (id' *2ft .")!i(i ilj>. Kansas ail endoWnii gitauil <-iha .MtisoMs.i jiol llifal vonyoc bonds to itjli ive'ri^, presenie{l Ma*niiic: horn nt I today | by leij .i Koyaj . iin^ its 62nil Utiiin lier«. 4— Let I I'oi Ann pay the i-ori last i thi. I com ) lies ! that . hop. i Till ;vviM ; ional I mady i ish or.-;. , \vi „l m Firiancje in France Pilris. Feb. are has fican gove the first WashiiigTi littee of tljei Cuamber olj Depu oilay ill {tile propo: made to I 1 it wuu!ill L» premier London. till tlu Frail • all rigt Ihe w.-r com till, and •I to call in cis< gua, out nK-ittj. T I was • whf : siti • ton liiir acc iroiighbht comlmittee, th(! clu.fh.-ely with fJreiiit Britain. rt'ferre;d [lie he sai.d iirtite' ille. To- Sa- sqft. ! wre : but iw er to Tells Fo PaLv .lll?i . Feb, 22. v :AP> !»ialiie to as the h IS staieme; He Committee Largest Radib Hook-up Used to Carry His Message lo All Of the Nbtion Today. The text of Prtii, \ adJrest uill be foi yeni Coolidgt't_ hJ oh page Of Plans! First ment. IWashington, I>b.|22. (AP) JFtom the hist iric! chamberi •of the Hou.se 01 iti\^e.s, the voice o ) Representa- flCalvin Cool- idgel today reac red 'out over thfe hation and into foreign Ilaiids to .sound the command- ling note in tribute-tio Ameri- b.'fore raiti- infonnatjo 2. (Al'i—P>-eniier proposed rnhient that; (•"ratK ^e > Sptkiking at a jj iiilstallnient.-^ II debt fundi "iiiig it. H I; to the the [ca!s first presid ?|if. i Speaking at a j >jnt jses.sioij'ofj the congress, .Mrj CoOIidge declared under lig ac-? before the hushed gave . hi.ijiiesl in .-Xmeric:! 4 l«(iter in which! he iiidii wa.s siniiiar to rjitai Britain and- he ^>t! acc«|»tedi iiid tliei agreement Hyhicli was proi'is- spa Wak and covered one on th« iiils .•ham-ellor iton ChurH lirrang.iniiitit; beciiu.-j eil wei;.. jlfj I'liinciri. that tiii^ to eiili-r irerogaiiv mil loiicl ;iry tetiiji ebis won ;.iiati. (in I on tit" . 1 i!ini i p: e lar ^t ' t«l r I lie sani Belgium Provoking wi 12 Stem: !6f the ill. H as fa the ob tyable di-elared year, was i>f thi? Brit- excheQiier. • rj'ijarded Ivora .iie tor iKations it II demajiii.- categiiiri- iidlqnce ol! the ji official lite, coma to pir- an'd that, ihe i-eator ;"'a mlan nd.'M ^ ' ; be president be^an speaking ;at Ipnahce ; that Washington h;i oii Depu-' sonify the republic a builder—a !i i'a national m :!ii, ]). m. The hixjik -up ever ^itejilpted, 42 sta-f, words and sta-i' burg; and WGY fjovernnient. had a iJiTo this .deal. sii,ce of parliament id. and that ;iin the 'ary paymtiits ; on jgl^/e the (;hamber leisure io which iifcreemeiiis ' H..- ire- ilieuts were made years iiiulijr pre- i-ondiiiotis i|o I 'rii-- liiiid Holland wllh- Iriiiiisms in parlia- rf! n had beei 'nd t'liat. hM the tioti.s, broadcast his tiojis KDK.A. at Pitt at l^i-lieiiectady, eniit^avoi -ed to carry the speecii acroiiji the seas. 'the ceremony . in .;the house to­ da^ marked' the foAiial opening of aniaugements for lie 2ii0lh cele- brdtion of Washin ;lon 's birth to behielil in the lapi al city In 1932. Vice fresideiu 1 :iw.^..s. presided, wi?h Spiak.-r r ,<iiiK ibrtlt sitting to hisi iJ .ft in front of the large American flag whid* lias hung for m.iiny years ba<k i f; t'le speaker's pUjM'orin. (J'liief .lii.ftiie TaLf and the as80-| cialte justi'es of lit! suiireme court,' drijs.sed in the bla' Jirobw of their ofilce. sat in Uie f ijiit row l&difig ih 'i plaifor-in. The galleries were fiHed. ^'receding Ihe se ision. the Unlt-^ eil'. Slates marine limd," stationed in jthe capital rotiiiiila. kept up a livi-lv Selection of pirs. t;he It-ttor premier dejilt eX' be Frencli lebtj to ftht* .*meri<;:! 0| only at tl liat the .same niade to Washing- ihoped it-would be ;. ^ondon. Feb. 22. Pr^siiient ('ooHdg^ n aebt LONDON HE4BS HIM pr^S \ ON CRYSTAL SETS! i Feb ,'lie of rep; I do I of •pre Y ;his '•^."'!(;in lio ibe ! lii .J LEGION! TAKES IN the iza- liw.il f res. d.- N i ^1 • w. ; ing jthe ' Six i Moiia ; pr fie'd Ihtijm roijce v ito , daivs • nliy ; res ..sitoU'a: hail .'ifarV^h I der tn'en af-| -Tit \ \ lica^ 10 Urb- ONB SHOir IN PEN BliE ; day address before . jot j .-ongress Wits iM ATT'PMPT'^*'"'"'''''^'''-' '^^'^•"^ •" "^smg from re- rtn. Al ICiiTir 1 iport .s i-ecelved fron< iradio listeners^ dispatch .vaa i i up! lo the time thi >b.: 22. (AP> filiid. scape from itveti owners of c^vstal seta'coQldj at I.aiii^iiig lisijen in on the prt! ;Jfteirnoon. onci prisoner as jit was picked up'from over thb| .\lfciniic and re-broedcast from,the iyenworthj jKan., F. futile attempt to < itate penijtiintiary this iJiteirnoon, Mi'ji h\\ g lards. prisonei ^ i had switch en|gine jei| in ;a da.=?h for jliberty. 1 Shaw: aii^ .June ipers who made the break I Ihe .'ing nee r and fireman of A:a Fe sw tch engiiel liiear the p. .\rmed|| with improvised they;' gained control of the ^lotive andjstarted a dash ifor Dm. C.iiards began firing into ngine caht Shaw was shot lot seriously injured. L„ .i:..;—jp Uom the pri.son ;largest radio fAP>—(6 p-m.) s Washington he joint session Inning through Aie distan jniigino stnj. Ked. EJnwi ;as cap.tiiitijd. i !-k a derail and wis ! ITE inpusE DSED BE CL d commandeer- hi,^h powered stati<|ns of the Brit. which they .ish; Ftroadcasting fiojnpany. ' ''or liberty. ' \ \ • — • i-i— , u,Fl ±k ^t ' ADDRESS IS JHEARP ^, the break, at < BERLIN TODAY! >'ey York, Feb. '^f. (AP\—Presi- ;'eBt booiidge's spe* (jh in "Washln^- toii today was hefard "cl'ear. aacl sirring" in Berlin .'said a cablegram' received by Sthe National Broadcasting compihy thi .s after- no€>nj . : ^ the ;irf jumi ed and ran i shingtHin. liFcb. 22 lar .T 2fi tlif. White osed ti-f _>^isltors fl tout tltrfi I month' its to the -oof tak» will I bi; !ho fir moderii.izing of nansioh a|iiil it is <f|e fbe;pres!de)it"s miY >rai'y residenr. U bv ahoiis- two da WILL FEB. 26 : \ j fAp )40n Hoiise -til 11 \>f a peijiod while the plfice. The ti symptcm the ejce<.||- jexpected to removal to on jliiipi.nl KING GEORSS T 6 HEAR COOLIDGE tondon. Feb. 2Li (AP)-^KInK f ;e ^;riife was iiiiiong the radio fails whri iplanned to llstr-jn today, on 4ii atti»n)pted re-broad ii^t of Pre^-i deiit jCoolidge's W; ^hlngton Day adjrfjss before the j(ilnt session pf coigi 'e .'is. ~ j i - Te^ts of the sU ift-wave cotji- mi»ni|ation f ro n | Sehenectaiy wh;.r<- t !<e re-broad astwill beisijt- teiVipied ! Were ,-uns; Bisfactory -yes- lerilav; owing to.iwx Hatmospheric^, ' British Broad- la-jriiiq' Company lihped-for better] .oMdijiftns wheiijth<| president went )ij the .-t:r. NEW iME^MBERS PRESIDENT than ifozen iiiitiatfid .-it last, n f Leslie .t Camplj Americ^iin I L'-gion f the candidates tl. .A bojjing exh: caLmlidates ! ghfs mejet- ell post] of. ehted and WasMt^tbn^Ppens Sessic if Early Topeka, Kan.. Fjeb. 22. ilA.f*)-j-'IJhe Kan.sas trpuse of Rep- utatives hcjnpred th'^ memory of George \Vafehingtonj to- jy adj;ourn|irig jjt npon.i' It .stjtried an hour earlier inior^ 0 complete its regiilar order cif ausiness. sTr 'eats" bute tj night, from Parjis. Feb. 12. (.VP)— President Coiilidge's speeih' 1 n'fore congress today! w:.as heard distinctly, and bitiidn was j coinpletely by rail oi amateurs In ere -served. \ Parlsi and environs Kansds House Adjourns a^\Noon to the Memory oiGeorge lifeARD is TODi^ IN PARK TODAY iresentatife Endues. ;jR6pub-i their political bretl rj-n in TopekaL . floor leader was host today ' bout 100 RepublicaiJ n^embers ^ house aid their wives. He four busses to \ take his to il .eivenwoiith .county, •they I vi -re to pnspect the "Statles of t hin gue whfir rniUlI eraj penitentiary, .the state penitentiary anil jjother I eav^nworth coifnfly insHt^tions. .Meanwhile, the 3J{ JJemocrits of tfje house attendee the yaijious uteeCipgs jof discijjl Fort Leiveiiwor |inar>- bar- h, the f<-d- Only one T J IU way-introduced in thej h'puse. It was a| proposal' for a new garnlsheme iti law, to per-] niiri tlie attachment df only 25 per cent a workman's wages. Thei state bankjA^ department Willi dot have its awii attorney to pro^'efuto bank laiw] violators to haiidle l(«-al affaiifsj of bank re- celyei^ships. " The bouse •ways- 'tod (doatinued on; PaA 3, Number 2;.

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