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VOLUME XXX. No. 118. The weekly Kegtster. Eatabllshed 1S67. The lolm Dally H.-icister. Established J89i. lOLA. KAN., FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 11, 1927. Successor to The lola Daily Rcglstrr. The lola i'hiUy Ktcord. and Itda Daily Index- EIGHT PAGES EDnX)IiIAL I>K^ .VcKEEVEK ;.1l0XI)AY. On account of thl' uncortaiiity of the adjournment of tlif l-PKlKlatiire- ihiH , week. Senator Apt ha.s ankeil iliat he X}i> allow'ofl to'postpone un(!) .Monday ihit 2]«t IIIH repbrt u|)on UJH proccHedinjSH of that botjy lo tin? Cnrrcnt JToplcH Chili. | V<ry rdrliinnii'ly Dr. Win. A, Mi- KeeviT, (if Topfka. liiidtt hi' will lie iilili' K) coiiif to lola n "Xt .Mouilay. IIIMI IIIIH accopli'il an (iivllalloii to xpeak U> till- Ciirri-nt 'Vu\\\i->< <'ttili; lir. MrKiM'Vf'r IH OIH' of \u' very iiMiiHikalilo nifh of KanHan. Fur iwxiily yi'arK lii> IUIH IM-I'II III-VOIIIIK lillllHi 'lf to lilt' Hrlfiitlth- iitiiily or ill)' pracilciil plniNi'M oF pHJ'clioloKy mill IH now itr llic IKMMI (if "'riH' AiiK'rlcaii ik'-hool of t'ri'nijvf. I 'wy- < liolOKy" whliji III' liilH I'HIJIIIIIIHIHMI stw Topi'kii. IIIH topic will l)f "TIK- Wondcm of ilic uew Kiili-C IPHCIOIIM' ISycliiiIoKy." anil hi' will ih<' proMciii of affi'ctliiK ai IIIHCUHI', crime and inHaiiily :i nii-iliod of iinlockloK il iicrvDiiH HyHlcm. Huch a Hlateniciil u» that soiindrt Ilkf the aiinoiinc.- •liieiil ( Dr. MqKi-i 'Vcr is neitht 'r crank Uiiack. Mliolai ^ly gwillenian who f a crank or a qiu! IIIMCIIHH cure, of tliroiiKli Inner ck. hut a very level lint nor headed, hi^lievcs ill- lia.s hit upon sonfethinR it i» worth [while for tho.se Who wi.«h' to serve t le human race to look into. Ordiiiarjly Dr. .McKeever rcccivt-s a handHoiii<> fee for his lectures hut he has generously consented to speak to .the Current Topics cluh upon the usual lerius —noIhinK flat or a little less! He ouKlit at least to he Riven a capacity aiidir'nce wiien the Club meets next .Monday evening at the I'ortland Hotel. GET $100,000 Nine Men Bomb Truck— Three Are Injured Badly While Bandits' !.;arry Away Loot. I'ltixhililKli, Mar. II. IjVI'l lllowInK il|i "II aniioreil Iriick', wllli a hofiih |*lille It wiiH I'liroiite lo the I'lltxIi^rKh 'l'e|tllllllll Ciilllj li'iilll- paiiyH Clivenlllle ^lllllle Ili4it airier- IIIHIII, t(lll{' llt'lll'-ll llllllllIlM I'NCaped III ail iii)l6iiiiiltile, Iwlili Die-payroll I'Ntliiiaieil M'lie dllvi KiiiirilH wi III IIIIKIIIIll III Ml' 111" iruili :(liMi.ii(iii. ami two ronil to eiiler the niiil- Wlieii the «.\iiii(sjiiii ne- riie lioliil), set ofl Just car was K"iiiK II uiljder-lia.sSUKe ol the lailniail wrecked llie in to Be In onParley re iiijiiii'il liiiilly. 'I'lie iiiikoiliohlie ili'iil priiceeileil frolii a l'|ilsliuiKII liaiik alniiK Ijlie l.lhraiy r>ail. a main lilKliway In llelhel liivnsli(|i. ami hail turned Into a slill \ny, laiiiji ciirreil. ^ as the at^iiiorei) tliroiiKli ; .Miiiitoiir aiiioinobil The hajidits ;nialeriali/ed seemingly froiil howlieie, gralilied tilt payroll ai)il sped away in a^i aiiio- tnohile they had • parkeil nearby. The run!;from the main higliway to the miiling plant is a distance of about :iiMi; yards. Police : and detectives from riltshurgli lieailqiiari'Ms, seeking lo obtain iiifoi'matiiiii regardii'lg^ the, holdup. I'oiiiid all telephone wires in the vicinity of the Coverdale mine luul .been severed. . A line was ordered rerouted through nearby ItAvns to establish telephonic connection. .Meantime officers from I'ittsbnrgh sped toward the scene in automoliiles and all available officers in the of the mine were niobiliz in tliK bandit hunt. Booze Party At College; 20 Expelled Ri'rkeUii, Calif., Mar. U. (AF"). JuncmU- court a iitliovitif's announced htre iitstfrduii that 20 I'nirrrnitu of California ntddcntH had hern i'lf- lulU-tl /tyini thf unintr- xilii hi 'canHr of all alli'i/- ,(•</ fratirnity rh '>UHti "tiiliior jtartir altvndi'd- hji J7 sindrntH and about ail hiniti nuinlur of (lirhl HAGAN KILLED TWO CHILDREN Such IH the Confession of Man Who Killed His Wife. Frankfort.' Ky.. Matey 11. C.overiior Fields issuetl a-requisition on the governor oC Alis- soiiri today for I..a'ng Hagan waiited on a charge of murdering his wife at Hariistown. Charleslon. .Mo.. .March 11. (API - l.anj; 1 lagan. Kentucky . moon­ shiner anil admittetl slayer of TO KEEP OLD PRlMARYLAW Decision Not to Pass >jew Law Is Reached at a • Party Caucus in i Topeka Meet ' Today. Topeka, Kann.. .Mar. 11. (AP)— The KanNUH prltiiar)i elecilini ln«* will reti^ulll llilucl. ItepiibtlcanH of the. MtillHo of |{e|neH«'nlullVeji aKr I III a eaiiciiH today lo dlitcurd Ihe Parker bill, already paAHeit by llie henoie, providliitc .for ri'Mloru- tloii of lliK party co iveiilloti ayii-; tem fur iioiiilnatliiK M ipri'iiie loiirt JuNilct'H ami minor )<tute offleerH; Till* hoUH)' defeated -arly In IIIIH MeitMloii.. u xlinllar bill! which orlKl- iiateil III the lower cliamher. .Seventeen of tne ill lionse llii- pnhllcaiis favoreil Ihel bill for limit Ing the Hcope of the: primary syw- tein. Only four of them'spoke for the measure, while iiiore than a dozi'ii di 'fender.s of Mhi' present primary law tooklhe ;fJoor to point out why lite people jihoiild retain full iiuwer of ilomibatiiig candidates for all elective offices in Kansas. Representative Tillbtson of \or- lon county, eliairnianjof the house Magic Knife! COLORADOIS OF RAINBOW IJttle.Annie Claim,Looms In Treeless Expanse of pel Norte to Form One Ei|id; Nevada Other. Is ^Denver, Col^i.. A rain how \\l|l|i loday spaiiiii vide lo hold ) elections committee, presented hi.s arguments why the bill should,be passed. j » "This la an admiiiistration measure." he declared. "Two years ago, our Republicair gov(«rnor tlevoted considerable space injhis inaugural addre.ss lo a recommendation that I we change Ihe primary law. This : year. Covernor Paulen told the legislature that'he still stands by hlH reconiinendatioii of two years ago. The fact that COvVrnor Paulen received ,such a large majority , in the election last fa !u shows that ffA' I the people are not against bis posi- ; tion on the pr,iniary."i •' bill' '''••""'son informed lihe Flepuhli- I ' ! cans that the caucus had been call- I chai:acterized his confession two;p„,.„ „,j. •j,„gg,..stion of the gov- wift!. .Mary, today confessed to SherilT .1. (). King that he also killed his two infant children by criisiring their skulls with his hands when they Were oii^y vVchiity ]'h'-v-^ I to aid ; Without itlie bravado that .Meniplils, Teuiin .War. .11.— -tSu ihat 7'}'eur-old:(<asloii' Kul;le<li;e may rat aKuIti, the ! Nklllcd hnlfe; «(i inorterii siir- »tery will e.\plore llie boy's thnial III placres where u fraction of till inch sl\v would r«.^t his life. The IHI> has lieen {fed thru n liilie In his stomach for five years, since he swallowed lye which sealed Ids throat. lie is u ward of the! Ki wan Is elnl> of Meiniihls. I'hiladel' phia iihysirians will perform the operation. The Kiwanis club asked every, person ,in .Meinphis to pray for snceess In the sunrl- eal venture. Mar. , II (A1-) giilil Itl bolll ellilM I the I iilililH'llUil di- le lull rest HI liaril elieil pliiupectiir.i well .l?l till' ilerfiiiit ireaiiii e lieeki-r,", | Wi-epah. th Iviiig .NevMiia ' lent i city 'In miles west of 'liitiiipali, < was the wesle'ii ba.se of llie r .ilii-^i bow, while lliX l.iltle Annie'cliiiiii lotlllled ill the IreeliMs cvpiiuse of snow West III Del .Norte I "lil.o., to form the sicoiil treasiirecliest. While a liadcei, biirriiwiiig for a koine, was i r-ilil>'i| with revealing i the Tiilii>ii:ili liiile to two yiitilig 1 proSpecliMs. Il bring liiiinlreil^ lo the di.striit. lie Del .N'lirie iliiiciiv- ery was careluJIy );iiar <lt'i| uiiil yesterday. The Inline" is luciited on Albert Frick, Game to End, Loses Battle Chiratfo, Mar. 11. (AP) Ciumr til thf lust, .Alhrrt VricI:, :JJ, irlui far four and a half dai /K' ntaiiicd {t sjiarf: iif lift- ln^an .^r III 111'lii l ;i III lii\ inh] irlid 'firi :::ti tt iilr iiitu \ h i liniiift ii'ith till ir Imndu, (oilti/i M diad.i'rirk'dird hir.l nil /hi 1111)11 ni I './iiii!) Iinniliini.i ii-hirli hud nmiihi d his liiii</s. \ FARM BUREAU'S t^AME SPREADING the lai-e o! :i country; iii-arl| wi>st oljln-ie. .ludge|..l. C. Pickens, lessi life in the iiiountaiu 111) mill.-J soiith- Wiley jes, said ami ..lohn tiny' Were paid moVe tlian ^Um.tiiio for ore removed I'roni the Little'Annie shaft in two niouth:^. The tire wa.-; as- sayetl and snielled by the .Xmeri- rail Smelling•('onipaiiy of Omaha. Roy (jwin and Mrs. 5>yv- erud Address Meetiiii|s I In Other Counties. Hoy Cwin. coiinty farm agent, anil .Mrs. Florence SyvtM'ud, county hoiiii; demonstration agenj, are spreading the fame of Farm Bureau work hi, .Mien ciiiinty. liotli art' addressing a .Veoslio , , .. , county meeting of farm men and 1 be lir.-l shii^iieiit of Gl'.^i pounds j women this afternoon. >vhile Gwin brought nearlv lll.ui.o Wiley de-; is scheduled to speak at a county- HOG RUSTLERS INVADE COUNTY ilaysjjtKo that he killed his a rock at their home wife near ago. Wa.-^hington. .March 11. (AP)-A hope that France and Italy will de- cidp eventually to i);irliclpale inj 'was shot the naval conference ;ii nen "v:i j her IIH'III was e .xpre .sseil to ..\cting Secretary fjrew today, by Ambassador Matsii- daira in conimunicating .lap'an's unconditional acceptance of .Anfer- Jcan prijgiosalK^ for a thr i'-|M)w,r conference. The ambaKsador said the .lap- •anese government would take part in any event, but that' It was Hit feeling In Tok.vo it would be highly • deslralile-for Fra.nce and Italy also to coiiie.inj IJolh. have ilt- clinetl iiivjiallons. The state, departmeiil made the fiillowing annoiincemeiii: "Thi' Jajianestf iimbassador Inday iiiliirmed % Ihe acting, secrt-tary of stale that tlje Japaiie.se goveriiiiieiil gliully accepts Ihe invitation of tlie .\merican gbvernment to hold a ili.~cnssion at (jeneva ainpiig'the rnited States, the Ilrilish Kiiipire anil Japan on the qiieslioii of Ihe limitation of naval armament. "They feel the. delitille I adjust' ineiit of the question would be greatly_ facilitated, if rlie willing and active co-ojieratioii- of France and Italy clmld be secured. Shi^iild it. liowever. be found impossible to coiiul on such co-operation, the Jajianese government will never- thtless be ready lo take part in the prtiposed discussion among the lliiee powers, and to assist „in the •'(^u^leavors for the I 'urtheraiu-f oC FATAL SHOOTING IN COFFEYVILLE "i Hartlstown. Ky.. two , years I ilagaii falleringly adhiilted killing .Cofff yville. Kans.. .Mar. 11. (APl|i'"' habies. but only after being .Ni-omi .Mildiitl Vihiiig. 7. tluughter i •'<»''J«'''''<' of .Mr. and Mrs. Fred .\. Vining. I "i and instantly killed tiy r. .laliiiis. a^tyl llj while the' twoownrc playing •'•r.nbher" .-ii the Vining iiomi yij<terday. , prepareil lo pay the penally." I Hagan would give no other answer to the oHlccrM' repeiuleil I'le-J to'a .severe grilling, killetl them hut I ilon't know why 1 did it;" licj crieil. as Sheriff liktiK revealed to'him that author- it iu.-t ill Kfiiiiicky plaiineil to ex- iiear Ftliii llie'infants': bodies. "Thaf.< ' • * ; I.til 111 sav. 1 kllleil them and I'm two LION COBS FOR PRESIDENT ernor. 1 Fisher of Cliaiitaiiiina was the first to attack! the hill. He replied to Tillotson b'y sayiiig that Governor Paulen liad«"at^ easy time of it in the election because he had no^^strong opposition;" "nio Republican caustis, after voting to illscaril the ailininislra- lii»n\blll. also rejected the Hroadie plan' for party conventions to nominate supreme court justices. Sheriff's Force Is at Work to Solve Big Theft Problem. dared. He said the richest consignment. 2'>'.l\ pounds of si-lei ted lire, yielded gi'ilil valued at • I'pvvards of L'.'> tims tif high gradtj | di.seiiss ort- liow- is .-iackeil in, the Little' Annie sliafi, Wiley said. U lan- litii be moved until spring as the coiinlry is covered with 1:; fc,el_of .snow. Tunnels are' being ilriven below the cliff in an effort to '"pick up'the rich veins. _ The mine was discovered 1S71. It was workied unlil l.SH.S when it was abandonetl. The Wiley group leased it July 1, last. , In, contrast lo the bleak Colo- railp site, which only those expert in the use of s.now shoes can reac-li. Weep;ili continued to draw scores at Yates Center lo- invaiieil'"^ pr.ispecturs. who came in fliv- I.ike cattle rustlers of the old west, hog nistlers have , ,. , , , ... . . ,. vers to shiver through long nights Allen county. a.:cording lo Kd Dun- ^ hecau.se fuel is scarce, fee. undersherifl". - { Hoth ^aniprs are alike, in that they One lola man reports that si.x j ;,ri- located in treeless waste.s. choosing wide meeting night. At f'hanute. Mrs. Syverud will Women's Fafrn IJiireaii worl* .at the rftiuest of ; .Neijsho county women, who are planning to employ a home denioustration agent for the county. i At Yates Center, flwin will speak at a nieetin.ir. at which plans will be made for the eiiiplo.vinent of '"ia couirty agent in Greenwood county. I K. H. ^Vell.';. extension i agronomist friiiii Manhattan, willj address both meetings. He is spending the reniainiler of the week- ta .Allen county, wiirking wltli th,e .Mien coijnty' Farm Uureau.. • i POWERPLANT City Is Minus High Tension Line Near Power _ iloiise; Was to Replace ^ Old Lines , ! ToCjity. ThlevCM •Mimelllili" between TllOH- 'day iiinr 'I'liiii'Hila.v iiJKhlH ca 'rrleil iavvay lii'liveeii Jf .^iMi iiml .(Con worth |of lilgh teiiMluii I Nil. I! iiini'li|<in Hiraiiil wile liidiiiiKliig to ihe city, jChief of Police CiiMlir Davl.t Oli- iiiiiiiiiceii loilay 1 , \ The wire wils Inlng ~ iiseil • to string a new line near Ihe poWer " planl. wcMl olj the t ily. with the intiiilliili of tlikliDc the old lint} ami liiingiiig Ir liearer the city. The wire was laying ne ^r the' power house Tuesday night, uc- coriliiig li> eiiiiilojcs.-but was not there last iiiglil. II is believeil t.hal Ihe line ilisapjieared Wednea- • ilay night. i i 'Although iioj arrests have been ni.ide, local jioilice and, county ot- ificials are iiiaking an iuvestlgatioa which they hope will lead to the • arrest ami loniiL-tioii of thtt guilty jiarlies.' | It miglil be, offft.'ers believe, that some person picked up the wire, figuring that finders were keepers. ; " • RECEIVER CHOSEN 'of his hogs havt'. been herded away I by "ri^tlers" within Ihit last Negro Attendant Is Not Enthusiastic Over Menagerie Pets] lions as to wh) be coininitttMl the miirtleis. lie appeared much nearer a brt -:Lkdown than he haH,Hlnce his confesftion Tuesday when, wi .tli- oiit questioning, he said he miir- dered hiH wife, buried her body iin a grave under the liou .se, and then llrt'il Ihe structure. ; the desired end." THREE BANKERS ARE INDICTED Kansas City. .Mar. 11. (APJ—In- ictinenis against :P. K. Lauphlin, lesidenl of llie (lefiinct Federal die presideut of till • Trii.-^t Company, his .brother.,'John G. Laiighlin. cashier of the closed Waldo Slate Hank, aiitl John J. Raflerty. .secretary of .the Federal Trust Company, were returntrd by the Jackstin county grand jury this •afternoon, in connection with the closing of' the banks last .November. DAIRY MEETING IS SUCCESSFUL Large Number Turn Out For the Meeting at Memorial Hall. Probletn.s which confront the cattle owners of .Allen county as lo. feeding and raising cattb: feed were discussed at a meeting of f<dalrv cattle owners of the countv if'."" f»8t .Memorial hall last night. ' Between'.'t.'i and -it} cattlti owners of ,lhe county attended the meellng and learned the value of proper feeding of dairy cattle. Roy Gwln. eourify agent, declared that the meeting was a success in every way. . E. B. Wells, agronomist from Manhattan, fliscnysed the raising of dairy co^f feed, giving dairy farmers prekent some ne.w ideas on their prohlem.s. Roy f;wln,. county agent, discussed th* feeding problem, and tuberculosis testing, while W. E. Schauli.", cow te.ster for the county, was in charge of a discussion oa feeding aad otlier' problesu. Wa-liingtoii. AIaii;li II. |fAPl - Twii lion cubs ••ire oh Ihe w.iy Iroiii ,Soulli .Mrii.a to be added | lo Ihe White House initliagerie. ; wiihoiit any eiilliiisiastic approval, from Jackson WMsiin.:the negro attendant 111" the presiileiitial pels.' Tht'l city of .lohaniiesbiiig iioti- lleil President Coollilge today thai 111"'cubs, promised smiie time ago. have been shipped to Washington wht^re they will join within the White House gro'iiKls. KeheCca. the .Missi.ssippi raccoon^ now high in presidential favor.! two ilogs. an owl', several rabbits, octiasional cats, and other pels. It is the present intention of the president lo keep the cubs as long as they are small and frienilly. Whilii tliev outgrow these qualities fhev-will go to Ihe, national , zoo here Wilson look the- news of their coming willi considerable liiii.sgiv- iiig.) He iiiiiuii.eil at length as to their size. liaHiits •and degree of ferociousness, but apparently, was reassured by .Mr. •Cotdidgit. AVIASfiES RECORD FLIGHT Round the World Flier Is Off for Nathl, Brazil This Afternoonl ' Piienos Aires. Argent ilia. Mar. 11. I.APi .\ dispatch to l,a |.\acion Troiii HoUiiua, Portuguese Guinea, says .Major Sarmelito ;lleirtis. Portuguese a vialoK bopped off in his seaplane, the .Argils, at r.::;il o'clock this aliernoun for .Nat.^l. Hriizil. on the tians-.Allantic s"c lion of his worhl flight. Tlieilistaiice from Polama to the coast of l!fa/.il is about 1.7I"> luib'S, If the Portuguese aviators .suc- iveils. lie Will lie Ihe' flrjlt 'luan iever to maku a non-stop flight across the MIIIIII .Mlant'jc, (!om- maniler De Pinedo. Italian flii -r. who has just crossed the .Itlantic Italv to Itilenos Aire>-. also went to nolama but was unable to talje off ,-with the heavy loati iif fuel which the long flinlit Jo Brazil woulil reqiiire. and . litj went back up'the .African coast ito Dakar and across the Atlantic by way of the Cape V 'erde Island., j .Major Ut>,ires left Disbon, .March •J in an effort to fly around the world in ninety ilays. Weather and INiads. All points rain except Kmporia: Ottawa, threatening: Topeka cloudy: rtJads niiidily except Emporia. Topeka. good: Salina. Ottawa, .soil; • CoIteyvilltJ, Pl;itsbiirg. slippery. CAMPAIGN FUNDS PROBEJO ^0 ON Members Plan to Furnish Their Own Money For Quiz. Washington, .Mar. 11. (API—De- siiiii- refusal by Chairman Keves. of the coiit'niitlee on amlit and control, to advance, expense money for the Iteed campaign funds investi- aiing coinniittee, members of the coiiiniitleC) are considering going forwarili w-ith their Inquiry by furnishing their own funds Senator Keyes has notified the committee he la-ked auiliorlty to sign a Koucher for $1,000 to pay the expenses | of the senate ser- geanl-at-ariiisi who had been or- tlereil lo gi> fo Penii.sylvan'a anil iznnoiind additional liallots of the .N'oveniber election. In .iddilli-n Senator Keed. Ri'publican". Pennsiyl- vaiiia. has annouuctHl he woiildseek an iiijiinctioif if the coniinittee at- t'-nipted to fiinctioii after- the adjournment of congress. The fomnJiltee also is considering carrying its investigation into Colorado! ina.smuch as d majority holtl it still has authority to invts- liirate «'xpeiiilitiires of last year'.s election. V , i Siii'e the adjoiiriiiiieni of congress there hav'.- been reports of imp'-ndiiig resignations from the coniniiltee. but Senator • .Mc.Vary, one of those named, saiil today he h-il no intention of retiring. Mr. F. O. Stale en ing Ileceiver for tilt fn pursuance of the month, and members of the slier-' - J,- -n ^orre are exfhinjr evBr.v pow- hOR FRANTZ CO .I'-r m their contml to round up the , : , iihieve.s. Uensoni'of the lola' "This is not. a new thing." Dun- bank was appotni.Ml last ev-' f*'" 'le<lared. ".Similar hapiien- bv Distrh'i Judge Forrest jml'tigs have been reported for .sever- Fr-intz Oiitlc'il Co I ' "'onths. and il «is lime .i slop ' • • was put to it." The slit^riffs force is seeking the co-operation of every hog owner in the,.ci)iinty in an effort to discover what becomes of the hogs.' ' It is the opinion of the slieriff'.s force thai the hogs are being re- I moved to some nearby place, fat- li'iieil and tlien shipped to the Kansas City markets.! MORE CASH FOR RUNNINGKANSAS Committee. petition filed I some time ag appeareil in llj a report of which Register. The re-, cilver is engaged toilay in taking an inventory of the prtiperiy nn-l Ihe doors of the company probaldy •will remain closed until the court has pasned upon the points at issue as pr'-senteil In the petition for a dissolution of partnershi|). LIBERTY LIGHT FAILS STEAMER • Ship Blocks New York Harbor, When Two Hit In a Fog. CRISIS SEEN IN GHkPLIN'S CASE Times Says Government's Case Against Film Star to "Open." Fortiiiie seekers choosing to sjiend the nights at Weepah instead of the base at Tonopah. found on'.y >;aRe brn ^h fo bum in;, . ^i^„*:A., til., camp stoves, as"f.w trees gro.w |Large Appropriation iJill in desert country of the Silver,' Js ApprOVed by HoUSe While till* Weepah discovery brought an influx resembling the early day "rii.slies.'l thero apparently was little possibility of sucli a coiidilion h.i Del Norte. or.i?u,m- mitsville. when- l!ie I.illle Annit>. group • of mines ceulcr.-i. The group 5s owned by T. .\, Harns- dale and the A. K: Tti'yiiolils-.Morse i Corporation, w hill' virtually every ; claim in tin- dislri't is |iati;iil<:il. i The groiiiid lias been llioroiigllly i prosi«'cte<l and lrea.-^iirt- .-eekers wi>uld dep'-ml ini)---tly on luck,' old miners say. : The original strike at Siinimitts- ville was made within "uO feet of the present find. .Activity generally slowed in l .vst when the high tost of treating low: '.craiie ore. found after tht> rich lodes were exhausted, wiped out the profits. The camp was re-opeiitrd again in ls!i7. j but closed a year later, due to pro- 'liibitive cost, of opeiiatit>ns. STATE4 -HCLUB LEADERISJIERE M. H. Cioe Is Assisting in Outline of 1927 , Program. A definite program, which should give Allt'n comity 4-H club members a more comprehensive education ill club work this .year than ever before, will be planned today by club members with .M. M. Coe, state A.^H dub leader, who Is in lola today. Coe will asst.sl the coutity agents and.club leaders In outlining their program. for .1927 ih such a way that it wMII. w;lth the co-operation of cluh members, excel any previous W()rk of the clubs of Allen countyi Coe has Ihe-oprinion that the Allen county clubs are among the best in Kansas.'. His opinion is based on! the honors'galned by club members in state and national contests i during 1926, THE WEATHER Ix)s Angeles. Mar. 11. (AI^)—The ; The I ,i,„es sayii a crisis is near in the , ^.^^^^ KANSAS-Knlo In ea^t and snow in west purtliin tonlifht proli- .New York. March 11. (AP) light that hiberly sheds on the i governmehf.s ca.se against Chiirles worltl was noi bright enough liMlay | ciiaplin in which the film coinediau to dispel a fog tli.it alirouiled .New ; js accused of failing lo render York-bay and two freighters cid-, complete and correct income lax lided head-on under the harbor's, returns. funioiis statue, one of tlieiii sink-; A "de<-isive move." according io ing anifr becoming a menace to na v-[ aiiparently well authenticated re- igatioii in the channel, one of the; |n)rta from feileral sources, is iiii- ' Topeka. Kans.. Mar. 11; fAP) — i .All increase of $.">';.ii:i!l.2.S fn apirro- priaiioiH for the executivi' and judicial i|e|>arlmenls of Kahsa.s was ; re< omiu'-iiileil today by iht; -house I ways and means conimittee. The ' ii>mmitiee's apiiroprialion ibill pro; vidiil $L'..".!»:'..«77.U.S for operation of Ih" two branches of goVernmeni during the next biennliimi I 'I'lie aiJpropriation bill carries a rider creating a building arid loan ; association bureau in tho slate ibankiii.g department, anil allows j S.-JiMiiiil for maintenance ot the bu- ireaii during the biennium. The ' new workmen's, compen.saitlon bill ;als(i is a cause of.an intjrease in aniropriafinns. the committee giving $2-'>."iM> for setting: up an agency to hear disputes ' h.elw-een [employer.«andepiployes. i. j .A "war chest" ofSriO .nnO Is pro- j viihd for the .public serrfce cora- I mission, wlijch is to use the money i in fighting effort.'; of railroads lo i get higher freight rates approved 'by Uw Interstate Commerce Com' mission. ' ' , . ' [{esidew giving Ihe hanking department a building and jloain bu- jreaii. the house way.s anjd means icommittt;p also Igiyes it $l2.ri00 for busiest slii)Xiiin£ lanes in all the world. Only one man .was lost. John Hrown. a ship's carpenter on the Southern Paciilc freighter El Sol. the ship thai sunk. •.All other members of the crew of 44 Were .saved. The Diher craft in the collision. the .American Diamond line freight-] aggregating more than $l-..'inii.Ui|ii er. Sac City, was badly daniagetl , for sums alleged due for the years but tlid not sink ami none of the PilS and VAU and l'.'?! to I!'-'., crew was injured.' i were filed against Chaplin's prop , Tht?. two freighters were nosing ' eriies here and in niinent as a result of a secret ami exhaustive inquiry. While Chaplin was the center of the Snvestigalion •-oine of his a.--sociales also arc- said to be involved. Civil actions were started by the Koveniinetn shortly after Lila Gray Chaplin brought suit for divorce froirt the actor. Income-tax liens ably I'leariniT Saturday inorniiit;: colder In ea >t mid south portions tonltrht iind in MMithousf portion .Saturday: sfronir shh 'tinir >finds. Vtm UH.\ AM» VKIMTV- Rain tonight, probably elearlmr j proseiuling dishonest bankers. Saturday niornini;; folder. j ' ^ Temperaliir'—Highest \;e,=terday 71. at .'! p. III.: lowest la.--: night at 7 a. III.:- normal tor today. 42: excess .Vesterilav JO; t.xi!e.«s- through a heavy fog oH" Stateii Island anil about half a mile from th'e Statue of Liberty when they .struck. Ni-w York. Later, a bond of nioiy than $7iiii.- ii'iil was posted by Ihi' coinediairs atliii-iiey.'i to releast> jliis ea.stern holdings. j Register Printer Tells of Family s Iragic End Alleired Killinl}; in Hardstown. Ky.. nijintis io .in End the Tracic Death of An Knlire Family From Charle.s- • ton. Mo., (ieorge Stijle l)eclare.s. since .laiiiiary 1st. - :',22 idegrees; this tlate last year—liigliesl 47; lowest :'A. ' Prt-cipilation for the 24 hours ! ending at 7 .i. qi. today-, T.: total j ; for thi.- year, to ilate. l.'7.'i: defi-; • cieiii-y ^^illl-t• .laiiiiary 1st 2,'J:! iiult- | : es. ! 1 Hc-lative Inimidity at 12 imoii I ye.-itenlay. U:'. \»v icu': ~ a. ni. to- ! i day. 7!» p'-r i-eiit; b.in.meter re-j iilut-ed'to S'a level, 2!i C; iji< Ins. ! VARE IS STILL AFTER HIS SEAT SNOW AND RAIN IN KANSAS NOW URGE CROWD Memorial Hall Crowded Tliis Afternoon by Children. Is Virtually Entire State Covered — Wheat Prospect Good. .Salina. Kan.. .Marth 13. (AP) --Colliy. ill north '.ve.-.t Kansas, reporteil snow falling Ibeavily this morning.: Pegiiiiiihg during th'' night.'" il layl three inches lieep on the Kniiinil at daylight. Will Ask Re^jular Senate Committee io Recount November Votes. ; •—t- I Piiilaiielphjj. Mar. 11. fAPl — I'liiteJ Stales-.-^'-nator-^elei-t Wni Si/l \'nv annoiiiH .d today he will a-k reL'iilar iRegister. Yesterday's .ttory from Bard.«town. Ky finding of human bones, .suppo.><ediy those of Mrs. tingly Hagan, who was suiijwsedly slain by j \wi brought memories to Geoi-^e Stille. ad riian at the Mrs. Ilagan. before her marr1age.fr -4—: : . Stille .said, was .Mis.M .Mary .Matting-[gan. iliiMliof grief, 'according to ly. With her parents and herrStille. i brother, she lived in Cliarleston. j Later. Stille .'^aitl. the .son. Allen , .Mo., where Hagan is said lo have; .MaltinglyJ became subject to epi-!'*'"•''' •» ri-piy to a-cojiimiini- confe.ssetl killing his wife. , leptic tils; H*e was a bond .sales-' ' ' ""-••"" i;The family's history is tragic ( man and l.hree years ago committed said Stille. Several years ago her; suicide'in| a St. Ixiuis hotel. . , ithe reL'iilar S'-iirite committee on renorling ; j.rivileK'.s and elections of the .^en|Mary Mat-! at.- lo recount the entire vole cast husband, ' for senator at the last .N'o.veinber ' I lection in Priinsylvaiiia. I He so stated in a leltirr to Sena- It'ir Reed. Misstuiri. chairman'of the senate spet-ial committee ijivesti- Jopeka. Kan. March 11. (AP) — 1 .\ soaking si»ring rain fell in Kan- I sas today, sending- pro.spects for ': aiM'tht-i huiiip'-r crop /nolning (S'-iieral throughout thl- slate the : iT-^i-ipiiaiioii rhi-- nioriiiiig rauKt-d . fr'iin lone iiidi In .D>>ilge Ciiy io : s'-vr-r'al hiinilr'-dilis of an iiicii in fii.-iiein Kansas, said S. D. Flora slat'- weather observer. .\ luo-inch snow was reported at ffooillariil. in northwest Kansas where drouth has t-laliiied wheat <-rt>iis for the last two years. Every seal in the Memorial hail was filled this afternoon at 3:01 o'clock wlieii the children's coni- cert was begun by the ' Kansas City Little Symphony! orchestra. The lola grade ' schoojs attended practically inu per ci-nt and there were delegations of 120'from Hum.- , boldl and about 50 each from La.- Harpe, Gas City, Moran and Coli- ony. : The concert this evening for the general r<"blic will begin prompt^ ly at S:l.'.iand il is earnestly bope({ that the 'seating capacity of the hall will be as nearly taxed as It was this afternooiii. This is prac- rii-ally necessary if the schools-aro to "break eveu" on this event. The reserved seat board wlll.be at .I.V". .Merchant'sjiintil six o'clock this evt-niiig and at Memorial hall thereafter. All seats for such a performance as this are equallsr good and those who have hot yet bought ticket.s but who may care to <-otne tonight need not -worrjr. about reservations. There-will be g'lod seats for everybody. APT IN DEBATE OYER MEASURE - - I • : " Appropriation Bill for (iovernment Aid ^ Brings Talk. Topeka. Kans..,LMar. 11. (AP)-!Ovi -r iirolbsts against the "fiftyj- frfty" pAn of federal aid for vocaj- tional tilucation.l the senate today- passed and .•-.till til (loverifor Paulj- en Ihe jiublic Ijjll appropriating: .$2:'.i;.S2(,7iJ lo match the governf nieiit aid under the Smlth-HUthcs act. , \ - ^ Th" senate w -a .s thrown-into an uproar after Senator Snyder de- clHniil "tliere is 'just one thing a, man in tin-governor's chair .shoulil do. ami that, is to^ get out a big., knife an-! tear into these kinds of bills." V . i ^ "Would yo!i list! this ktilfe If yon Were giivenior?" i\pt <>f lola a-skecl. "I surely would." Snyder repUeq, "althoi:gh 1 am not a candidate ao.ii never will he." •I'll like to. hear from the oth^r cantlidatea." Senator Celly said. While the f-hamber < choeil with laugliter. Krizell of T.arneil. a fre,-- illie'iitlv iiientioiu-il citntlidate fo- tiie I governor's chair.'hliiiihed and smiled. He dill; not .speak. "Will somt; one tenant governor'.'' asked. Lieiittfliuut .\, Chase also haS las a i-aniliilale for tht' Office. Iiage the lieUj 'someone, eluf- - Covernor D. be^-il nientlonud NINE ARE DEAD ! IN HOUSE FIRE 'Members of the C. Smith Family Wiped Out \ In Flames. DEATH PENALTY TABOO IN STATE Topeka. Kans.! !.-ating campaisn expenditures. The j The tlealh penalty will not be re' - 'Kiori»d in Kansas. The house judi- father. W. V. .Mattingly. a .._ ... well-j ''.\nd Ifj .Mrs. Hagan was really known horse trader and real eslate| killed by lier husband." Stille con- man of Charleslou, died of nervous, eluded, "it brings lo a tragic end diseases. the last of one of the best families Hia wife, the mother of Mrs. Ha-i in Cbarieston." cation from Se.iiator Keed asking Mr. Vare whether he wantetl the commiitee to impound ballot boxes from any other t oiiiiti"s than AUe- Mar. 11. fAPi — will not be ciary committee today killed the bill providk:^ capital punishment for murder tommltted in connection with iiighway robbery or Khenv an .r Pbiludelphia in the ,-on- burglary. The bill.: which received test broilghl by Wm. B. Wilson. .Mr. Vare's Democratic opponent in the November election. a large- majority iu thtr senate, was favored by only two linjnibera of the large judicialry committee. 1 Rlairsyille. Pa.. March 11. (AP) —.Vine persons, all member.'! the same family were burnetl to death when tire destroyed the home of Clarenxe M^'rsh. at Tunnelton. six miles west f)i here, early today, j The dead are: Clarence .Mai^h. 45; his wife, 40 :1 and their five children, ranging in age from oiie to twelve years; and .Mr.s. Hanjy -Montgomery. 21. anil her on,e year olil child. Mrs. Montgomery was !a si.sler-in-law of Mrs. Marsh. Only one person, Harry Mont-: goniery. husbandi of one of the vie-; tims. escaped. He leaped frpm secontl story window. The victin a were believed to have been trapped In their sleep. .

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