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C 0 .'TOPkKAfKAlit*-' VOLUME XXX. No. 110. ^•riio I{<-«r)xlrr. Ilttablbihi^ 1KS7.' Til.- I.J.i M>]illy U.|;l«t <T, I'XdbliKlicd J897. Commissioner Mather in Explanation of the Condition—He Answers All : ' . Questions. Tlio liirKOst attcndaiU'i- Ili<?'.Vi)iiii- nlay I<uiii-hf*on of tJic Clianiber of Commerce has seen for ni;iny woeks was present today al the I'ortlaiiil Uot<;I to licar Mr. IJ. I. Madicr; coniniissionr-r of luihrii- urtliiics. • ^Ii.sl;u.s^i Ihn (iiii'Slion |of lulii*. ua- tvr supply. Ill opening liis rciiiiirk.'^' .Mr. .Matjior, slatcfl tlial an i-ditoriaj in -the Ucpi.slf'r a, few da.vrf aRO. I)asi:d mmi tlic tmnual r*-^iort of tin- Siati- HuanJ of Hoaitli, \vas (In- fircaslmi for )ii.s addrouH. Ho thou prtuocd- I'd roport-mioii ilur lola-waur Kills Father lOLA. KAN.. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MARCH 2, 1927. fT|OUBLES Attempt of Senator Reed To Put Through His Campaign Funds roup Halted Today. Wasliii Kiori. .M.ir.li U. (AP) — ItalkiiiR the atti-inpt.s of Sonutor Ki 'cil, l )t' nocral. of Missoiip. to put ttiroiiKh Jiis rt'soluiion . i-.^tcndinB thi' 111 • of hi.s tii :npaij;n fumlsi in- ii'.sli;raliriK <-oiiir (iitli 'o. flic senate ioilay <in<iK <<l iiiiijiorariry. from, till" parliaiiiciilary latiKlH it lia.s i -natiil for ils^'ll. in tlif closiuK day: i)f tin- scs .«ii )n. and aKain look lip ilii- proiiiliiUiiii ri-orKanizatiun liiir iii .iilir a nilri iimitinK debate. wiUislanclinn threats of the: .Mi.-.sdnri sinaujr ihat ho wniild 1 k-ep Ml.- .vnati- in .^trfsion all nishl !;oniKNt. ihose Who have voweil to kill his nu'asiiri-|siu-ceeili'd by vari- Check Signature Sent to Succfajciir to The lotli r>ally Specimen Sisnalurc of Client is; ly^n-smitted From Hank in PittsburKh to Permit Cloiiiiijir of Million Dollar Transaction There. Pittsburgh. iMarch 2. TAP)—A speqimen .signature of a client of the Mellon National Bank of Pittsburgh was, trans­ mitted.by radio yesterday to London to permit the clo.«5liig of a millioif dollar tran.saction. ' of the .Mellon bank Kaid -t*— today .in tion. that lexplalnhiK the transac- one of its clients hail a note for ihat ailiount due in I»n- don Man;U Company StrUfteil 1 •pay It u|>fin voloped. Ij bank, did nature of . Wieii i 1 and the Hanker.'* Trust of Ijoniloii. had beei» in- ly the PiltsburRli banjt to presentation. It <ie- owever. that the Ix>ndon kiot have a'.sptcimeii sig- Iheinaker of the note. was instiflicient time to send a spe- dnieii ^^JKnaturc lo I>indon by mail bank otTiciuls explained, u eard bearinR the siKnatiire was sent lo the Itniikers Trust Company of New York and from there , was transmitted over the .\llantlc by r radio. The naiiic of tlni inilivUliial In the unusual liusinriss transaction wa.s found that there! was not disclosed, i plan'l, repeating some fiRures that _ wer^ Klven at a im^vious meelii'm 'shotting the nii.iiey value of tl i- plant. He <|'\<Lribed lln- operaiiim iif I 'le ^planl. <howiu'.; hiiw a'recoril of tlie pi;es.siire in, the puiii|)s is l><l)t for i-vciy niinuii- ol Hu" Jl lijiurM of every iUi\ and al.io lii>« a r '*eoi (l is ki>)>l sliOwim the np.M ',1 . I;<»n of the I 'liirinalor l)y means nl whiili the IKII l<.'n;a ill ilie H.II'T ai e (leslroyed. He i.ead two (p|- iliiic letters floni Ilie; rjiairilliili el Hie .Slat'! Hoard of .1 J<;alili i <iiilnieiii.[i;; upon exnmlnallo'Us of loKi «; M<I- tli:it liaii been maije and slai'il lii.il e>ery .\|iinda.v nioriijii;^ siuiiide'* oi water arc i.iken fnun .ihe rlvcr. from^lhe selflini; liasins ainl llniiii .:i tap up town and seal to 'i'ciiwk.i for examinaotion. When the usHal huiir tif aili'iiiiii- ment had been roached.' .\lr. ^:n\x addrfsspd the chair, and ::tai<(i Jh.ii Ijie i'oiiX in which lie tlioiiKlit im.'^i of t lose pre;;<'nt were rJiicfly in ij-reifd wa.s i;ac upon .vliii li .Mr. Mat lei' had not ye| touilnd. anil that was why'the .State Hoard c:f iieaUIr rated lola at \X in ihe list of Kansas ci;ic.s in the 'inat,ie,!- of (he purity' of water suiijily. wliil-- Huniholdt, drawing its water from llie same .^ourcf. uas rati-d iil J.'i. In reply .Mr. .Mather said tluil lliinilioldl had wit,hJn a y^ar prat- ' ti>'a'lly i:c>biiill its wafer sy.-teni, pultiuf; in H filtration^ plant aii<l iiiakiu;: <jther improvements whieli made it iML^sible niiiclr more perfectly t'l purify the ri%er water .\^aiii addressin.u tin- chaTr .Mr S.olt .HUCRi'vS'ed that .Mr. :vlatlier be asked lo couliiiue his reurirks over ' iintii next week, aiid at that Mine If ho Jriund it practicable to do so. -vvill •he off<lr a statement showina wliii! "'e.'o ^•haI^pe^j would he iiiM-essary 'o jiut iol ;i plant in satisfai-tiiry ron- iMioii iind Hie iirol);il(V<- ii >sl of llie.s^' challR«'-:. Cluiirinan Benson asked fur a I'm not a: lilt sorry. IM do I( ni :2iiii.~ siild (jilWn Krecli-r- icli. .Ir.. I l-.v^r.-iild iliirrKim. Ark. Iiiiy ai'ter; <.liui)tiii'j^ liN I'iiliier. Tlie \wi • \uU\ |iii|ice hK t'nllicr WA" <>lrikiiii; liK iniithcr iWlli u rlialr. The lalli- er died , ^hiirllj nl'terward. .>lr>*. Freder|cl.. ifrlef sirlcheii. lo ill a serious ViiiHUIlon. PROGRAM IS MADETODAY FOR PRAYER World Day of Prayer to Be Observed in lola With Several ProKrams Friday. " ~ loiis means in prj I up until alter Hun . SI nalor K I I'eiinIvaiiia. : rlll'V Hie linii' III 'the priiliiliiiioii ilii'iaine till' liiisi^iess .\:thMii;;li ilit!T <i N veral oHier j ii |i 'liidiiiK Hie 'leiuiii liill!. somj' of the Kepiibll- i.iiis li.ive Itiiprefsi'd u'pon the .»'eii- •ventinK It eoniinK noon today, and eil. Iteilulilican of lo^k the flieir to oi- | til I o'llock when i bill aiitoiiialically : al hand, slid ill |iass;ii;i- of; jiifji-es of leKii^laiion.! hoii.'.e iHieii i.'roperly '•• FRAUD CASE JURY STILL DELIBERATES •njiiiiati'on lo block • iieiji ssary lo' luevenl llr; I aiiiiiiii;;n fiinil.s After I Being Locked Up All Nijfht, Jurors Start Work Again This Morning on Verdict. lola I 'Jidly Hecord. nnd RettNter. The I>;illy Inilex.. SIX PAGES Idleness Cure 1926 STABLE SAYSBANKER But Little Unempl())[ment In United States in the Last Year, D. R. Crissinger Declai^es. FACE CHARGE SAYS JUDGE McCornjick, Who Tried Elk Hi Is Naval Reserve ('asje, Says U. S. WMI Bring i i TVial. I'f.b ral Ciiiiil. .\'>w Yoil.. M:ir. IJ. i l.'«s Anciles. jklar. J. (Al'l - Ked- •er.il .ludce] I'aiil .1. .MiCorniick i slated today thiil trial of Kdward L. Iiolieiiyj millionaire oil opera-' lor, on chjirRe.s of liihery, should he pushed the Kovernmenl without delay. I.M 'i .\ri .T a deadlixK 'of ten anilj"'"''' •'"'IK'' III" liii'ir ibl evi -i ylliiiii; il ai/iiiji ii;>i>ii • •'vidaHoii. . 'I li"> li.nl III <'ij |iliiiue their fill' liii^i'i' i:ii!y iv.ii hours in order lo -id iiai-k Hial resoliiiion lor the ilay.' a's under the rules the prohibition reor>:anl7.:|tion' bill becann* '111' i.nler of biitiiness at I-p. iii:; undor Hie cloiuri.' limitini,- debate. TlioroiiKlily aroused l/v th.- ac- lion .., the cnmp|bloekin« his res- j l- =" ^. 1 ernment two rt-ars ago lo obtain oluiion U-ed .f_ Mr^sonn has! sum-d Hs d. :.ber:.,,.,n., ll,:s morn- ,.anceliallon of oil leases to the ,!:,eai-n.d to for^e the senate into inp al I o | KJHS . naval oil reserve which all nmlM s..ss,ion toniKhi unless | I h. luiy w;is lurKe.l up at 11 Id w. re granted lo Doheny by former in.uliiliitiou ... coiisMleriui; t!ie fate of former .Vt, torii-y ('•'•neral llarry M. Daii^h- I erty and loriiier Alien Property I 'list (diriii ('"louel Thotiias W. .Mil- Washington. .Mar. 1'. (API r -P .llsi- ncss conditions in VXid wer»> characterized by unusual .stabilily. D. R. Crisslngcr. governor of tlio federal reserve board, today infornicd congress in the' annual riipori of l>oard activities. Industry cbntinurd active during the'year," till! report said, ami new high levels were reached in . many lines of enierin ise. The \ physical output, of the ihilustryi wiis larger in Vj'i6 tlulii in any pre- i vious year: there wiijs practically • no uneihployment. aiijl tutal wage • payments of factories^ ' were- well maintained." ! ! •The yi'ar was ilesi-ribeii ^ as one; ol exeeplionally large oiitliiit by • the country's faitlories. mines, ant! i farm.'*; of orderly •distribution of; comnioilitii s thfoiigll the cltai'inels ' of trade: of declining price l(>vels: and of sustained demand for nier-' chandi.se by consumers. "Tho large voliinn- of Imsiiie.'-s iictlvity," the re[iort coiiHiiiied, "wa.-i aeco'mpaiiied by a gradual' -rise of bank credit oiiisi.nMling to , i the highest level oti iI 'loril, and in-| jcreaseil tiiiw of savings into invest-i I lileitl channi'ls, a rniitiiMious <le-! icliiie ill long- lijiii- money rales, j ami a slahle and relatively easy; jcondition in the short IITIU ; money j -market. •"During Hie ••arJy ninnths j of thi.' year indu.-trii-s were' generally very aelive. in Hie spring there appeared to b- .some hesita-- SIGNED TODAY Cruiser Proposal Had Been Linked With the , President's Efforts To Curtail Naval Armaments. , .SMiiitor I'ass .1. .liiuknnski; of .Miobiiran has a l»ill to briuir* lieforo' his state's Irgi.slatarc pnitidiiig fhsit nil who can't or Hiiii 't nork shall IM- ,niedlrally pxninined. and treaWiL Ilfi lljiiibs this uoiild redure rrlnin .-ind luieniiiloymeni.. The unlit •would IM- treated In IIHS- pliills until cured- nil-others oui; of nork itonld ho seiit to. (iri'riin farms; * I !iion in the biisiiie.ss lommunity,' .ludge McX:orniick. wlio heard the | anil a temporary reco.ssion in <-<;r- ; civil aclioii brought ' by 'the gov- Mrs. .1. pr'siiliiiit. til.' Ch:-!.all Jaii:ls prayer for II. So-.virli>.. iiniied cier\oiir t.ait v^olip'ii ;inil in .1 .V (Il lil-wiile inissitiiis w'uli li IS .. l,,c;il III join IMI^ll 111 day 111 will !:e ill i.s ilisp'iseil of After that is Voted ve lo vtX up" his last uiKlit all'T K<de|-,il .lohii Kimx had. reiv-.^ati^d l|,e iliiring \\\\- -day '11 IH^ I 'liiild nil n-iiiiii inn. liesides till- ;ij |e-.'i pro|rerl.y bill, to th" jury a copy of a re|)ort to nil a.siins ilin I'lliiiil :o be lost in ; President Harding from I'nileillthe lime of the Teapot Dome. KIk It," 1111^!, I,-r'^p- ail>iiirtinieiil at S'lates .Senator Cuy O. fioff. niadc| Hills and JPearl Harlmr doaLs, was iiiiiiii Ki-i'la>. ill! hide the $ 1 li.'i.fmn.-| w li<'!i tiiy selialnr was a.s.«iislant in • Hioroughly convinced that the (inn liiiildin!-- hill.: for'-ign debt set-, former .\ttoriiey Ceueial llaugli- i transactions were .fraudulent and laift lines of production irartii i ly ,in textiles, hut ai.so in iron .ludge; Sei retary of llio interior Albert B. apor-jKall. said, that "the government li'ia iif his charge at the rei|iiest of; could riot fail to bring Doheny lo the jurors. He al-o turiied over 1 trial on the bribery charges and, / be consl..lent. The governm« |y,EX ular- ; iron and .stc*I. ^ilslribution of eommoditie.s hy railroads wa.s in large volume, and there was no evidence of aceuniii- ! lation of stocks of merchandise by '-. merchant.s. HOLD MEETLNt; field •n s'lmif of hand.s on this siiggestinii and it ivas -unjiiiiiiiously i^i.nrnvpd. AxNINOUNCESOLblST FOR lOLA CONCERT •ply' .•Minoiinceinent is m.-nli' Inday lliai the soloist Willi will luine her- Sliircli 11, with Hie Kaiis.iv City Little Sviuplionv llrilie.stta will be Mrs Kli/.alietiriillsh Hiiink- ciMltialto! (is ;inforniaiioii will undoulit- eilly I hi;: received with a great ileal lit suti'f^l'actiou liy ainiiisl every bndy who-e.xp"( ts to alteii-l Hii' i-niii-'ert, becjjiise. will) Hie po.'-sibje exception ^of a lienor, there is iirob- ably nil liioie ne.irly iiniversal favorite among snloists than a liisi' i-iass I 'dntralto'. ,.And ,^'l^s. Hrookl'iilil i' dislim;!- ly. first class.' , .Vlthonjili rli • r'liii-s I from Kansas (,'il'y.. the home of the' ^ orchestra.'slw' has i a :r{piilation wliieli has e.\t,endeij far' nut into the stales siiri'oiinding "Tie- Heart of .Smeiica." I The liiiere; f;iif thai sill-'is' with the Kansas (Vity Little S.yii phony., imlidenlally. ?is f.-iiily .suff cii-nt evidence of rigiil In In- clas<ed as an artist. . II -r .'tolo number will b'-. '-•(). Don I"at; 1.-'." from Don Carlos by . Verdi. She does not announce what lier t'ncoresV will be. MILLINERITMEET laiPOSTPONEDi observed l-'iiiUiy. .Vlanh' I. From y o'clock to lo o'clock Kri- day niorniiig a,retreat will be liiTil in 111.- I iioir rnniu nf the First .Mi'Hi'idist Kpiscojial i liui-,-h, le.l by .Mrs. H. ('•. M.itlii?. .\ tionii Jiieet- in^. Willi III. H. C. Mi'.lliis and Hi-: Kev. K. .\" .Miint;;iiiii' 1 y iis lead'-r.-. lie leld finiii lJ::;i| iiiitil 1 k '. sp.i ially jijr tjii|-di).v'd iinii and wiiiiieii. .\ s;ii'-iai -I'!-*..;! I 'll !i.i- iiii-i ar- raii;;i(| fnr /il't'.t iienil i-rvii-.- l-i li-a! - :'.0:n'i li'ii'k ;it .-^1. riiiinlii> i'Jpi.s- (iiiial chiii-(>h. gas THE WEATHER HIKKt .\ST tor in; V tiiin Vicinity it still thinks so." ARGUMENTS TO BE HEARD NEXT WEEK BABY CLINIC TO BE HELD MONDAY Dr. Malli-I|.,-; •n -M.-. I Iiil.l health : ;iil.'i.'-nl mr ihr s't.ite tiihi-ri-iilc;^is i iissiH iai ini). will lie ill |i)!;i. .March' 7 to iniidiiil. a. ii.'itiN; itiiiii-, il was ^il'llniini I (I tii(l:n livMis^ FjiUtltilb' .Siinii--- :'!i(iiil niir e. I.ni:il doe-i tnrs uill . ,1 -si.-t III Hie • x .iiiiiiia-j tinlis to d'si-nvir Il!l>,•^il•:ll il<iei'ls '\n .liil;i bal,(.':- i 'I'wn ;lini'.'.s will In- Jiild.- niie in tl:i- IMiiTiilli".;. ~;,-iiti|ig .-it .s nilni-l,. at l.ininhi M-ieiid. ninl th.- nili.i at 1 ii'i loi k 'ill Mu; afii-MKi'i'ii al .Mr'-! Kinliy ;Silinnl, K;iily iiiipniiiltui nl.-i ' ill- d-sir:i!i|.-. : M i ordlli- lo Mi:|s' • Spriii • ale! i .in ii" liiii 'Ii. l>y <-Hllin Iter 111 I'i-'i liifni-.. ', n'l lipi 1; in ,it!i'riiiHi!i. Ml- -j: s .y', a'tir .'i n cloi k ll'iyeiits: and Hu-j U'als .'i resolution.; ertys olfici',- mi the allowaiiie of priiiio.-iii;; an itiintiiy into th<- <ap- j the .\merican .Meliil coiiipany';s. itali/.ation of electrie and g.-is iiiili- 1 ?T.iiiiii .nrMi claim, which resulted in lies corjiorations. 'the indictments of DauKherty' and ' ; Colonel .Miller. ' Unih defendants were in court «'arly a .nd expressed tiiemselvesj "Clevelahd. Ohio. .Mar. 2. (AI HUt K A > S .\ S ;{confi^'enl of a favorable verdict. jThe District of'Columbia supreme .Mostly cloudy tonlglil iind Tinirs'- ' T'"' J'lrors asked lo be. shown j''purl will be a.sked probably some day: «nrnier in; west and exlrpnir ""' orders on lln- treasury fi>r pay- 1 time ne.xt week to fi.x a date for smith piirtiiins thnlcbt. iiieiit of the claims.^ These orders j'be hearijig of arguments on the lor fiila iiiid Vicinity Mostiv I ''"re the signature 'if .Senator Cuy i 'lefen .se d (lmurrer to the bribery in- cloudy liinigbti iind Thursday': "f ^^•''•''' Virginia. dictment igainst naimi-r titiJglil. ! . They also, asked to h.ive read in '"'">'• mil ionaiVe 'I 'l iiipi'ialiire ;!liglii'-,t ye^liTilay j Hieui part-, of the tesliiilony of Mai '..'i at ,'4 p 111.: lii-Ac-t last night :'4 : Itaiighorty. Harry.'Daiiglierty's .It 7 ii: 111.:, nnrnial .tor imlay 3S; j^irolher. fhis testimony related to deliciency yesii^rday S; e.\cesH i Hie arrival at the Midland .Vational . since .lanuary l[it. -l^n d-grees. Hank. Washington <'oiir'house., CARRINGTON WILL J-eai- highest 44 ; Ohio, of five .«lii.mm liberty bonds. j ' _ jThe bond>f -bore .svrial numbers, of i bir Hie \li hours th'i.'fe {(iehard .MerKui. firman; tol.il ; .Manhattan. Kan.. .Mar. 2. (AP)-^ ..\ two-day session of ice cream I manufacturers began" here today in which virtually the .sole topic is chocolate ice cream. \ The nieeijing is iindir the aus- j 'pices of thi' Dairy DeimrimcJit «.f i ~ the agricultiiral division of Kansas' Kdward L. Do.- leny. millionalVe oil operator. It was annoujuced here today by Atiee I I'omerene .r government special ' counsel. 1 ; State Agricultural Coll-'ge. About i "^'"VJ'^ .^i;^^^^ ,1(10 ice cream manufacturers, near-i ^.^•^"!>", ^'"i^'S iv nil ,.r k-..ns..« -.r ftr -niiw,- Were reported to be going V I L M PI T^'' "VT !o the Canotnese army and .Nearly 100 gallons "f'•''"<.'"'.'"'•>"• i „„.„sands of others were said to ' be lies, rtiug. S 'uii's army now apparently is ciimpjetely di.scounfcd as a factor '.f iiiiporranc' in tho inilit.-jry situation. It i.^ niiderslood Sun -Bim- Washingto'n. .March 2. (AP)—The appropriation for three new cruiB- ers, put into the naval bill by con-, gress over the recommendation of President Coolidge. received presl- dcrttiul aciiuiescence toilay whea .Mr. Coolidge sigTied the bill. The cruiser proposal repeatedly ' lias been linked in congressional ili.scuKsinn with the [iresident's move for a nayr.l liniitalibii conference, but in announcing sign.i- tiire of I the bill, the White House I did not disclose to._w4iat extent .tho decision; may have bvn iDfluenced by the j diminishing prospects for a further limitation Treaty. Sponsored .by the big navy advocates |in congrcK, the cruisers at first wij-re leYt out of the naval bill by i Hie house, but after tho senate li ;id .ipprovi ^d . the project house lifaders secured similiar ac- tionjat ^heir end of- the <:apital. It {was in til-' iiiidst of the di.scusalon ithat Mr.j Cnolidgi' looiiosed a limit- •alion ciinfereiic ! lo Creaf. Britain, i .lapan, France and Italy. i Creat ;I!rit :iiii and .lat>an have iiciepieiii ihe invitation, but Franco (and Italy declined. .Mr. Cboiidgo. I nevertlieli 'ss still is biHieful that • j neg (ili;ilhilis on t tie-subject will bO • I po.s.sihi-'i • ' i Diirinj: consideration ofi the nk^ |val bill in eongres;. it- was argued; by the criisier advocates that the. I tbree-criiiser plan was in copiplete !accord with the president's limlta- Larjcc Number of TroopsP '"!'"'^^''-^- Thr^ee more sWps *^ j of the criiis'T class would not bring I Hie .Xmihican crnisf-r strength to ja point wbep" it would have to bo I scaled down under any reasonable !liiirilaiion a;:reenient. they declared, ; lint would strengthen the hand of. iilie Apierican negotiators by giTin^. I fhem a- further possihlw trading I point. j It \i>> pointed out that tho bill lanprove^d today carried all the ., i money ifnr -Hie entire iiaval estab: lishmeiit iluring the coming ye»r, iaud tlpjr a vetn v.-oiild hav^left the j navy il -'pu'rinient. without funds ti>; I carry im. With oaly two day« of ] •the sei ^sinii of i :ongress left, re- i I passaii'e ei any sort of approprla-' tion lyould have ^leon out of the;' question. ' , Furtlhermore. it is not impossitilej that ti: - - DESERTERS IN BATTLE OVER TONATIONALS Of Marshal Sun Chang- Fanjr Flock to Aid of • Opponents in Battle. Sliaiipliai, .Mar. 2. lAl'l -- .Movemeiil of .Shaiituiigesc troops into the war tlnatro south of here was believed by competent., authorities today to have ri ^ached a volume sufficient to Slop Can'toneae advances on fc'liangliai. Sluinghai, .Mar. 2. (APj—A large cri-;lm were submitted for Kcoring. WANAMAKER VVILL FINANCE FLIGHT S' rel i has made ail.'preparations to ire. He is known to have ac- Hiis dale last lowest 24>. , . ^ Precipitation ijir the 2t ending at 7 a. iiij today .o fur tjiis ye.ir tn «la'te I.e.:!: rletiiieii- i-y sine- .I.i'nuar .'i Isl. \.\'\ inches, l.'el.-illvi- liiiiiiidily at 12 noon yi'-t-i-'l.-iy s(> per ii-enl; 7 a..in. loiltiy !i2 |iii lent; liafiotneter reduced lo melM magnate, gave the late .Iiihn,, ^j';^ ' ''^V ' .TiN '^v Vo T. King, the Republican naliojial '''''< «/'-'"«'"'''.f'^ >'':='r •'•'t*'''-''"^ intnniittreman from Connecti.-'i.t.'as ; V'"''.?'-- ' '"^ He wi ..•s 1'.: ;l "f"! " fx>r ail! in having the c|laims pass-d. Mai Daugherly leijtified th'- lion'!:-! •w<Te given him hy .less flicled liy brother, C| inches. •t 111. -.ea livi-l • Sun li II. III. \ . \ . Cte.ir e.M epi Kinporlii -etS lull cane yielded by his j )1. Kdward Carrington.; CRirSHED TO DEATH (•nlVi'vville. piirJlly clniidv. .Arkansas-City. I loud.v. roads rough: Piifsbtirg. Ihawijig; llltaw.''i. rough :\V. .Smith. Ilarrv Daaglierty's handy '"''"y- i-'-'ained his det.-rmina- j,; ,„.,,, ' |tion to prrjsecnte his brother for '•rii- j.iiv then returned to ij„.: assault. Cpl. Carrington is free on Salina and'jiirv room. i bond of assault charges andCamp- DEATH SENTENCE DIAMOND FIELD IS DISCOVERED I by' PRAIRIE Pn»E LINE COMPANY ELECTS!; ' .Inii.-iiiiiisiiurg, South .\frica CHARLfiS BISHOP DIESIN COLORADO WiMil Wiis I ..i |.iv(il lieri- liiii:iy that C!i.-nli-.\ l !i.^hiip ii.issiil .-Iv.'ay Hlis li;(iMlil!;,' ])).";'l n'lloek al tile! riliiitariiin. :i' I'o; i • Lyoii>. inlti- His piiriiiK. .Mi'and Mrs,. ('. S. liishoii. «!in lifi line ' >isleri|;iy. real lied his liedwide 'before his. ile.ith bill Iniiiiil him in a .sl:)tc nf^ I oni .-i. in ..'.vliicli (-iic .diiinii he le--. luaiueil until his lieatii. .\u .-iiipio- priate iiliitliary will be published in a later edilinii of tli>' register. i Ind' pend'-i , Kan.. .Mar. 2. (AP Ttf annual im i)l.-n>^ of the stock- linlilers of the jPrairie i 'i|ie Line Cniniiaiiy was I eld al the offices lit' the i-oinpany lieri- late yesti-r- 1 il.iy. Ori'icers eleclerl Were: WF. (latis. Iiresidfnt: C. H.. Kount/./| viii' pre-ident: )p, .M. Wilhcl'm. sec-i reiary and U. (^ Hare, tre.-istirfjr. Tlie olficers. together with d'eorge I'oyli'. of Tulsa.! constitute the lieard of direclois. .. U AI'J - Hiamoiids estimated to be (-ounsel for Campbell Carrington. worth $ ;."i0 .iiiiO are reported to have'isiiys his client cannot believe his .'been I'oiind in a hole on the 'Jras-j brother "iii of sound mind." foiiteln farm, reimrted to «'ontain i —j • the nio.st valuable diatnoiid deposits ill tlK' w-orld. The hole. 2.'; feet deep. is said been I ! its. n show no signs of bavin;; .-ireii oPils diamond depiH- .Vew York. -Mar. 2. (APi - HQII- SUE HIS BROTHER r^''"'^''''''''!^. n 1 'v'";*'^ Tnchunship ot Wangsu and f _ I ^::^;;rp ;i;?i ;:T^:r 'ne .;=^;r .::'^;he _ New VorK Mar. 2. . All C amp-,... v..,, Evening Post says ,o- gXl^INA MAN IS .1 III- will he (he sole spnnsor for ed in bandages due to injuries in -|,,,p •;. g,,,, mj),. irans-Atlanlic hmi.: _ which probably AVill los) 51 :•".'->" : ,..,;i„,, Kat.s. .Mar 2. /AP, ' ILirold IlerziK. 20. who recently b -fi Salitia for Sylvan Crove lo O "K IN SENATE "'!'"»«'' ••'"^•'i'"'' ">••»•"• '"; stantiv killed th..re lodav when, his Topeka. Ka.;,: Mar. 2. IA P, A ^''^ " '"^ ""^ bill to revive Capital piinisliineiit in Kansas for murders conviiited- of first degree murder in conneition with !t highway robbery or burglary was pas.sed hy I In- sfato sen- ale today. Tlie vote was 2'') I'l 2. The bill will become a law if the house , concurs with (he chamber and (he governor the bill. e $4.'.0,000 carried in the bill for bfJcinning work on the three crtiiseirs may go iine.xpended. On at lea.s^. one occasinii recently congress has appropriated for naval ai -tivities and the White House has ; re»iiriif'd the iiioncy. TJiat wa-s in ,lhe Harding administration when • a fund for'elevating tho guns on ] batticsljips was returned to conr I gress .on the ground that it might violate <lie -Washington arms treaty. An appijopriation for a simiiair purpose has just been made and diplo^ malic itifpiiries . are under -way to determine whether It will square with all inierprotations' of the treaty, i " MISS HAINES IS STILL FIGHTING ; bell Carrington is in a liospilal. .N'ot only determined is Camtibell Carrington (o preifs the as.srliilt charges. Hat il was said he would ifile a $2 .t )00 .(itMl damage suit .Mar-;against hi;* brother. .Ma.x Sfeuer, a tielt. lie spun alioiit the main shaft of tli'^ i eievadir. Hi.; young widow siir: vires. : FLIERS ARRIVE i AT CORIENTES PERFECT PINOCHLE HAND IN CHICAGO i CHAPUN LOSES Upt'iT signs TWENTY-FOUR ARE INDICTED IN 'SEX' UNIVERSITY GETS Chicagoj Marcli 2. (AIM -.Vnolli- • r of the 'lone in a niillioh" pincK -h- le hands has been dealt here.; I'layingjin a family game, .Mrs Fred Harrit drew 12 hearts, flanked by the two aces of spades and the 'two acesj bf clubs'for an all trick • • • ' " ' three STORY BATTLE; New York. .Mar. 2. (AP)—Tho i appllcatioi) of Charles Chaplin, \ tnovio comedian for an injunction f restraining the Pictorial Review i Company from, publishing further MYRON TAYLOR installments of a'story of his life Muenn^ Aires. Mar. 2. (AP)—The fniied States army pood will filers arrive/! at (;orientes on the Parana river, near the Paraguayan border, this afternoon. - iCoritier.es is 17') miles south of Asuncion, the Paraguayan capital, which wa:s the announced destiria- tion of- the f]ier:-i when they U-ft Hueno.? .Aires this morning ( 'n-,s Farm Hurcau' mil- iKtratioii seheduled for. Saturday under He di- Deeley. millinery has Tl^e \Vom liiiery d-..-mo Fridav :and . reel Ion of Maiulc specialist from .Manhattan, hei'ii postponed until iiext .'Monday and Tuesday hee-iuse of the illness o[..\iiss'Herley's mother, adordii'.g to' Mrs: Florence Syvenid, county home denioustration agent. NEW WOMEN'S CLUB ^ -Vew York. Mar. 2. (API Twen ty-four individuals anil two cor-! tifteen hundred band. Only porations cijimected with Hie • pro- 1 players were in the game. ; was denied today by Federal Judge WAAICJAQ r'H A PTITP a P'^'y raided by: Mrs. Ha,rdt has played pinochle j Thacher. IViV»>0»'\:0 LillAIVi CiK j the police, were indicted today b \lj for 20 years and this .was her tirst j —. • - [ - ja grand jury as a seniiel to Dis-, i lime to driw such a hand. Several TTk Df f\T*f^ K-K'irr-rM\ "'"l^'ka. Kan. Mar. 2. (.APi f .in-,t.-icf At'orney Banton's campaign' months ajoo a son-in-law hnld a lU Dill UKtiAiNlZrjli 'cnln and Lee ruiversity of Kansas ; to cloUn up nroadway. similar liahd. I , :<iiy. .Mil., was aiithoriz.ed today, hy j _ . - .J . , .. Alli'fi 'rniiiitys Woin.'tr.s Farm ""' "harni- board, to tran*- ' • ' Knr.au will add aiKiHier club tliis--="' Imsines.s ami to hold afternoiiii w In n .Mrs. Fioience".'1 Kans.is. Th"i Lincoln Syverifl. louni' l^nn;.. d"!iniii>tra-'''J""I'U? has beeii laid out in such ' Topeka. Kans.. Mar. 2. (AP)— Ali '.s IIaine«. represenfatiTe from Ilutler joiinty today refused to as- stiine rf'KponsJbility for "patching tri'" iii<! new cigarette law wnich she hail opposed. "Four bills] ^1- ready passed by the" senate to amend the cigarette law. had been referred to- the house, public welfare committee, of which- Miss Haines {is chairman. - ' •She ijnoved that the senate bills lie referred tn the committee oflho- whole. I . Th" niotion earriftd and Speaker pro -»em Cniikling announced "the lady Iriini Butler is relieved." SENATE APPROVES , BANK BILL CHANGE^ TO NEW POST FLIER OFF ON WORLD TRIP tion aui 'iit. iirgii'nizis .i home of .Ml-;. Flank .M east of lol.-i. I lull at tlie'a «"ay 'hat it extends over the .Mis-j •Ilie.;. a mile- rouri linrder into Kansas. 5 Jerry Tarbot, Who Claims To Be World War Hero, Is {Termed as Lisbon. Portugal, March 2. (AP) -.Major Sariiiento Heiros. T'ortii- giiese aviatior who flew from I.,is- bon to .Macao • in 1!)24. hopped off here at 2 o'clock thi!? aflerhoon on .\'eiv York, Mar. .2. (AP)—Myron c. Taylor tfwiay was elected a mem- b"r of. (ho oxeciitive committee of Hi"..y' liisi.ii. lojiek.-i. and Santa Fe railroad, --if whiili .he has bqen a director for .sevi-ral ye.-irs. \U also is a direefor 'if the Fir.st .N'atsnnal l^-ink of .New York, of -A-hich Ceorge F. na'i<er is ciiairman. and a director of the N'j-'V York CentraL rail- Police Guard 4,000 Families as Protection Agains't Black Hand Threat to Blow Up 142 Tenements lS>w York. March" 2.. (A I').—Four IIIOU.-JHIKI New York families .slept -la.st night—or trictl to Awy^ —iindtjr a .special police guard of l.*{5 men as jf result (»f mnv di-ath threats sent to former Cit.v Jtidge" John F'aimjeril TWO CHARGEP LNJKIDNAPING -J-.. g. —. , I -rV J an attempt to fly around the world roa'l. Draft Dodger by Congress^nan. <''9<"ays He is using a seaplane 4ri0 horsepower. Topeka. Kans.. Mar. 2". (AP)— The .senate today appro-red the'. action bf a conferenc(» committee " in removing from the generat- bankinii; bill ,the <:Iause reqalrins private bank.s to- receive a charter from the .state charter board •' before they can engage in business. Members of the committee advised t:he seriate that the house wonld not4cce(le to this provision, which . the .lower chaniber rejected in pa:-»sing: the bill. 1 1'he families are lesiileiii.s of 142 teiil-iin*nlis owned by ihe fnrniei judge in the lower eiiKl -hlde. liar. ' lilui, the Mroilix and Kriurk'lyii liilhl! Week a bomb was eiplnded III hoht of the former Judgen pa- lad il Urooklyn lidine after he" had igtiiireijl two blai'kniiiH lettei-M de mai^dilg J.'iO.Olin. The bomb threw the hedR ' ilestriiyilve I Kill! 1" falleil .to ; ('•iiin !i house .\ iiiile received the fiillow- iiig day said lh»! bolnh wa», iiieriiiy 11, waiiiing: and ii mine .i.— irii..ii.... I line wjoilid (iiiinw |t II lii'i'd the bliickmiillet'.s' ileiiliilld>-j Ye .stJiTilliy .ludge; Paltiilerl . te- celvi-dhJH tilth letter whicli sjahl his reiil estate hItlrtillK^ bad bl 'en iiiarkijd lor lU 'stiiictiiui in addiljlon i Miaiu(. Okla., >Jar. 2. (,AP)—Vici tor .1. Wilson a id his wife Edith. Wilson', were talken into custody at Fairland. Okla!. today by Ottawa CHUuiy officers to be held for Montgomery co^inty,: Kansas officers on a' change of kidnaping- .Maud .Lee Mudjil, wealthy Indian girl on .Vugnst j4. 1525. GAS FRANCHISE ASKED IN K. C. Kansas lise judge and bis family from their j to his' Uri.ioklyn home. He turned njnd slighily c|iimnge*l the] the letter over in tlie police. CilyJ Map. St. (AIM- A for (tUirlbiitlon of natr BUS for Industrial purpjises piped frokn the Texas pan- I- to Kamjas €liy Is to be of the eiti council by a «'6m. iiral only, handl asked l>iiny backed by jthe Texas Compatiy and (he Columbian Carbon com- pnnj- Washintr'.on. :March 2. (AP)—.Jerry Tarbot. the man who claims to be a world war hero who jhas lost hi.s memory, today was declared by Chairrrian Johii.soh of the house veter-i ans committee as Alexander t >yx Bois, jr.; to be a draft dodger ' arid the sonjof a chef in a Cuban hotel.: '"The Soiith Dakota representative* \ him.self a war veteran, made this' }iph\c. She divorced him NEW RAIL LINE FOR OKLAHOMA statement at 'X meeting of his committee, Iji answer to in(|uirles why he hiid not ^supported - relief legislation for Tarbot. .Meinbei-M of longres.i. be said, A'oufd be "Hurpriscd, and shocked" If thiy knew ihil facm. He added thai the dep^irtnient of ji|^stice had | In Sharon niude iin exhuus'liVt-' Investigation of the case. He then inlroduted as Ihe first wiincHs to support his statement. Mrs. Flora Hove l.ijMge.^of Detroit, who said she married Tarbot on December 22, 191T, in Toledo, and that he gave his name ns Howard f in February, 1318. Iiecau.se she couldn't "stand him" she said. As the witness testified, Tarbot glared at lier from the opposite side of the table and now and then turned to fricads and lauKbed. Mrs. Sui| Kahl .Selplc.of Erie. Pa, testified siie knew Tarliot tn inlK, Pa., as Howani Coble. and saw |iim many limes ^ In her occupatiott as a theatre cashier. When MVS . Selple took the stand. Tarbot tu|-ned to Representative Carter, Rtjpubiican. Califbrnia, and asked: "Good ijord. Is she ray wife toor (;liicago. .Mar. 2. (APi--Immedi­ ate construction of a new line from Liiha. f)kia.. to Bowlegs. Okla.. was ordered by the general office of the Rock island lines here today. The line will .provide additional service in the' new Seminole oil fields which has developed receiifly into the largest field in .the House Celebrates Thirty-fifth Birthday of Speaker Hamilton With Resolution Passed Today yn )|M?ka. Kan.. March 2. (AP)-|-Ji D. M. Hamilton, .speaker. <jf the Ifou.se of Representative.'?, (Observed his thirty-fifth birthday anniversary today. Representative Ben F. Endres, of Leavenworth county, Republican floor leader, learned southwest, abijjut Ihft signifitanco of the day. Sh he introduced a con- PDiCMiAC! f nAuV I gratulatory rosojution. observing-that Speaker ilamiilop rKltilNUh LLARN: ; rules over the hoi^e 'In the .same dignified fashion as the ABOUT CHAPLIN! inow(.'r rules over the inspiring-prairies of our glorioijs • stjUe. i ; ., • • .Vew York. March 2. (At'»--Fiini Spe.-ikeri Hamilton ,wlio had ah-* ' < ircles toduy received an answer to dicated the cliafr teipporarily ex- their queries of the past few Welcs pressed pleasure over the unanlin- regardlng C'harile Chaplin's morn- ous adoption of the resolution. "A ing disappearances when poFtrait'man" who lives 35 years and still of the Comedian was placed on ex- has the advice of his mother Is hiibition at a local art gallery. very i fortunate," he remarked. Then lie walked tf) a little gray- haired woman seated near the rostrum, j As site rose! he put his arm around her and Said: "Lady and gentlemen of th^ (Continued on Page 3, Nitmher 1). / ' 1 •

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