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\. 0 >l .' . VOLUMK XXX. No. Vl'l INCOMEJAX CUTMAYBE MADE SOON Surplus From March Tax CplJections Does Not Mean. Immediate Reductions, 'Tis Said. KittiilillNtK -d U «7. lOLA, KAN., WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAKCii The Kim Is III Wnshinglon. Mar. 16. (AP)-r! With \\\c hiKli lido 'if March iiioo""' lax roUections, past nnd niillions lif (iullarH cnroi.i't^ to ilw iveasury by mail, officlal.s tctlay pxpros.scd . the hope thai r.?c <Mp !s for.liie fir.-d (lUarKT would i-xc^i-ii" $62r..(l(iO.Oim. i'rev 'oiis ealiniatfs placcil lU<' : lolal at $600,U0O.U00. hul t'veii Ihiit liRiirf is ?I0O.fl(«».(»(ii ovi-r ihi- same jie-rioil lasi year. •i|J Altliough treasury of fir ia IK poiiil- c;l otit lhat.ihe rcsiiltiiiK siiriilns ii!>es ilut mean iinmcdiattf lav rc- iliK'tioii. ill) sizp <«'ni he all iiii- jiurlant factor in vl^iTiiiiniiiR; jii.-t liow far i!Oiiigrf.«s w^ll K" I" wrii- IriK I lie uvw tax hill proini.s<-d lor next wliiicr. Kiglil now th»'excess iivt-r Kovfniinciil. re<iiiirifiiu'iil is .••lali'd lor iiHi- lu i "»'dii <-iiin I hi- li.- <l<bl. . Tli'' iiiiTeasi' III 'individual iii('<i(ii<- lax paynifiits is iiol fV/K-rd-d ' h) irca.siiry nffiiials In In- ui'-'l. >Il.-lHllltl<-tl IIH il is nilV! CslilMoll'll llial only 2.<HMl. , ju-r.soiis iiiiilii- rlif-Sf I'OOtrlhllliollH ID till- ;.'OHTJi- fiH'iil'H fiiiaiiciiig plaiir<.| \«:\v lh<- .-^cvi-ii lilKhf.st liidivldp;il ill idiui- lax (laviiH'iilH aKHJ "".'.ii«d JI".icr..iiiM(. - I .\il iii'lii i-oiilrihiHillli In ihi- 111-I l-K'HSI' III • Illll-Ctillllh, ilH •-(•I'll llV Hi-crcliiry .;.\Itdl<iii, IN, I hi- III* r<-ii»i'd JIJOMl'llMil.V id pDrUllilllM Willi II 1111' |iiiylrt(5 li. lux ni;l;i'.. )iir ii-iil. ilt ('"IlipjH'l'd Wllh li'!:r.-IH'l rl'lll all I.IH iliiii- (d- ..Mi'rrli. HI:.'.'., ndli'i '-i l'i'll«. Collcclloiis cd hjicli IIMiiiii''] liixi'.'i. which aiiKiiiiili'ilj III ;ip|rii'-' liiialtdy $:{0(i.(Mli|.iMlii lajsl year, i-i; aiicliu'r factor In ihi- final ii.i.'il Hhlili cannot hi- cvllliialcd al liiin time. i . i GIBSON NOT BLACK CATS Tells C. «f C. About TJ-OOP k, Desi)ite Bad Start i From His Home Early This Morning. "If wa.s t9o dark hirds." said jCapt. A. Kliii; .\li'»nso of Spiilii porlid M 'ri"ii-lj til HJIII cliliil ,|iiiriiiiioiila. King Gives Is ri'. Iiniii. luh hccaii.sc in the fol- fifteen iniimics Capi. fiih- Haiti NW ;i'aM<i l/((|iilii;;(), puldit , Mill |ii I \1 II. KI/IK III I'l.ili. Contempt Trial , Of Sinclaii^ Is Up to Jury N I Inllllllli ; ;i lic- I ' -.^•'ll.il. 1 Will II ill lllil .'ini'lllpt to I'lller Ihilli. wjil Klivei iillieill li:if' ilecjiled ai^Mlll- ,'idliilllii liilii lii'ii l!i>'ciiiiiiiry •'I 111' :eiiatii iiiadc llii' .iiilimiilicoifiil liid.i.\ iiiJiiii lii.-i arrival he!<' irnin 'inin lii. t'eii.'iloi Kiiu; -.r.A lii.'i d mil 111 K I 1.1 lliiili i:;ieei| w .llliliidc i.l III-' III led .~^l.il>' fiMi.r .'1'. ' !,I ' f'-iir.-' Miiii Ihi Haiti iiilV'!^! piiivi: > *i>' w-i.-^liij.-i '111 aviiji; iil iilelitsj ill a liielidlv ciii:ii .Si'ualiir King an.'ived llii.-; ins; accom|]:iii'cil li> Kclix ("i to .se<» thf K. OlbHon to the Chaiubi'ii of Commerce lunch- eiin cl'ib at tho Portland Hotel at niioii today, "when 1 came down lO»ii a liKlc aftur six o'clock ilii.s nioriiiiiK allPoiiKh I could' bt'nr Ih'-ni. Hiu it was not so dark bu{ I what 1 could sec three blnc-k cats jcro-sinK llie street in front of me' 1 don't ki'ow whether that was an evil onien for ni« or for you." It certainly was not ati evil onion ifor the lowinu sun ni: dii a talk aboiil Troop A of llie Kiiistj r.. S. Cavalry and of the .Vatiniia.! Ciiard of Kansas K<'iierul- Iv ihai Krcaily inte^-ested all who lieaid it.; .V year aijii the atteiid- aiic- 111' llie weekly drills of Troop -V ran from S to 1:1; now Ihp aver- ttMe attendance Is from .'iri to 40. wii'ii a total eiili.simeiii of men. 'rhe organization of rifle teams has introduced an element of lnlere^l ivliii'h the men ni'eatlv iippreiiate iiM Was liidii :ili>il by the li>i'l that ill addiiiiin to the two teams al the .•dim.I la;l'iiinlil, there Were nearly to •ijierialiirs. The lavalry re|;iiiieiil of which i^rriiiip \ is .1 pari IS made up of I 1*i7 liieii and ;ll officers while tllt> oilier arms nf the Nallotml Ciianl Legislative Axe to Civil Sei^ice Bill Measure Killed By House—Vole is 74 to 4— Slaie Commissioner Gets Increase n Wajfes—Fisl| Ownership is Inaliaiable. Topeka, Kan., March 16. MP)^The hardest blow of the legislative fixe fell today on the K insas City, KJarsas, civil service bill. After Representative| Burton, of. \V;-andotte county, said the measure by Senatoi] Getty would require even the mayor to pa.ss a civil service examination, 74 mem- ber.s of the hou.se voted against it, and only four vbttd for it. Hdlel The hon.se passed and sent to Governor Haulen the'bill increas- iiig the salary of I'hil K. Zlinnier- man. state hotel coiniiussioner from $2.0<Ht to I3.UIII) a year. Ownership of llsh became an in alienable right of Kansas ritizens today, when the house passed Senator fleddes' bill to deny the state the power owned llsh slate forestry llsh anilj mission had power to' private premises the for protection of aquat to I'ondeiiin privately ponds.' Heretofore. th< ginie coin- e 1 force on iwjs enacted ic lift That either all or po^e of the state schools would gel (Coinlnued on J'age [.s. i) inn >!i ilii^ I'.liV • I riM II i' triiiild aiiv iiii! iv. SUM: II- Davila ri-*l.lfiil i',i>iiiiiiis';in!ier of Piirin ill Wa-^liinsitoii. w.'ii' reiei\'ed by a ileli .nat inii re.seiilinK the doiniiiicaii .veiui AW i the niwnicipalily. 1 Soon after their arrival rfij' King ami .Mr. Uavila wenl^tn •Washington. .March Ifi. (AP)-- The^seiiate's coiiu-mpt case against Harry F. .Sinclair wa.s given to the AJury today in the District of Col- '•'iiiibia .Supreme Court. I'nder the charge of .Inslice Hitz the twelve hieii wlio have heard the ca.se are to decide only - live questions of I'aci - whether 111.' miilr li-inilliuiiaire oil o)ii>i'ator was.siiiii- tiinlieil h.'fore the senate <i'l cii'i'- miitee, whetheri he appeared, wiietlier lie was | swoill, whelller iliiestioiis Were .ask.-ii him and whether he refii.sed In answer. 'llie gnveriiiileiit olTered evidence til show all of these Ihiiigs and t Ill-re Was no evidence liy I he ile- i.:iise In coniroveri them. Slidiild the jury return a verdict o: not igiiilly thai iwouid end the second of tile c'i;iminal prosecii-1 Iimi.--; growing oiii'oi' (he cek-biated naval oil lease iniestigalion. In llie Invent of (j verdict of guilty .liisl.i'ce Hitz. would impose tile peli- .-ilty. both jail seiileitce and fine, j within the range of one month to MK/IVI'' nionilis and Jlnii to f I.IMIII li.xeil by statute. uatnr a hotel and discussed with thi>. liaiiieii deputies. I 'iei re lliidei'oiirt Pierre- Paul the senator \islliiii; prospects Haiti. Servile in this state liavi of :!ls:- iiicludliiK ^ll*. offiijers. Thy Inlal of all KoverJiliienI ' (iroperty Ford Libel Suit Opens Up ih High ill ihe hands ol the. Kansas .S'a- liniial Ciiard is *L'.:M:(.i.':!.'(..'tU of uhii'li aiiiiniils and eiinipineiii to the total value of $47:!.IIvlS are 'ill llie luiiidA of the six troops of . '"{cavalry. The Federal Covernnn'iil • '""I jlasi year paid for transimrtation in icnniiei I Jon with the Kan.sas . .\a- hniial Cuard $7.'i.liiMi. and this with idle pay to officers and men brought ithi- tot-il federal expenditures .for Ifil'i; ill this siale They reii- • and tile fiscal year In $J-;s^Mi;.!il. and fdr the Heavy Fight Rejported in a"" kh.iiighai. .March 111. (.Mf) — (llie hundied and lifly spei ial- ly'picked agiialnis ap|)areiitly have cnnipl..'lely won the giooil graces oi' ilie local labor illl- iiuis. Th.-y ari' said to b.^ ( anion.-se wnikeis who "are < on- ducting a caiiiiiaigii of inUiiii- dation and iiiiinler. girepaiillg tor the CaliKmese advance on the city, when a labor sirik^ is < planned as a sympalli«Mic mOve. Three Business ^- Firms Move To- New Locations Three lola lijisineHs firms have moved their locations this week. • .MerN'. Bollinger has opened up a tire i-'liair shop in the Tliblen Iniilding on Kasi .lackson. He'will .Shanghai. .March IC. (.jip lli-avy hghling i.-i reported we.'-1 and luirlliwesi of SliaiiglKfi. wlier • the I Cantoiiete are driving tinvar 1' ihe T.'idway wliiili coiinecis ( hang T.siing-Chang wit h his base, |Tsiii- anlii. Ill Slialiliing prov^im <-. •|'e|egrapliii- fiiiiimiiiiicalini between .Vaiikiiig and I'.iigpu. .Anli- wi-i iirovinjii. i>. iiil.i i iipieii. but Iesponsilii'i i|iiar!.is dn ncit Ii-lieve i'eiigpu liai- 111 .'II capliireil b.v tin Soiitherin;rs. as t lailiied h\i I'he Kansas i-« <.iie of the eight slates ci)mpr:.s|ed in the Till Corps .-'irea with hijudqiiarters at- t^Jiiaha.';the area having 'Ji divisions of ina­ tional guards. As each divisioti at war siren.erth would have appk'ox-j imatelv .•!."..imi( men. if will be seen that the Tth Corps -•'Irea in ca.^e the full sironglb of the National Cuard were called out would be expected lo -supply an array of S40.000 men. i (.'apt. Uibson expressed warm [a|ipreciatil>ii of the cooperation ilhat bad heeir given by the-Chamber of Cniiiinerce in building up the triio]) and extended a pressing iiivilaliii.'i ill all citizens lo attend the legular Wednesday evening drills. .SiicJi a <iiaiiifestation of intere.-it on tin- i;arl of the people. !i" -aid, wo'ild nveatly encourage the nieii of tile troop and help to maintain the enlisinient at full' streilglll. Rumanian Ruler Plans to Rest And Also Work Detroit. -Mich.. Mar. 10. fAI'l Henry Koril and K. D. Itlack. bus- Im-Hs manager of Ford's piibll^'n- Hon. the Deai'liorii Independent, w-re informed of Hie exact iicilvi- liesjund purposes of the Aaron Kn- piro co-operative marketing orgun- a. lolal |izatli.lis at tin- lime th.^y were printing alleged libelous arlii-les In ri-gard; In lln-ni. Attorney Win.- Hi-nry tiallagber asseiieil iu his opening siiiieuieni in lederni court today. Sapiro. who is suing Ford for ijl.iiim.iiiiii. ajieginj; dclaiiiation of character because of statements In Ihe Independent, sent' a conilliittee lo explain the maiter to Ford, .said Callagber. but lie referral them to .Mr. HIack. The latter heard what they bad to say and for some time Ihe series of articles attacking Sapiro and charging him with expltdiing Hie f-arnier. wer.' discontinued. They Were i^esumed after a While however, no reason Iteing giv.-H. Cnllaglier had not completed his plea nt noon adjournment. He scoffed at the idea of jewi.sh conspiracy controlling agriculture, of Sajiiro dominating the farmers or- gani/.alioijs, or of .the idea of,cooperative associations originating with the jews. There will be no trouble, he declared, in proving thes.e ideas preposterous. "Only one .lew is associated with .Mr. Sapiro where lO.iiilo Ceiitiles are co-operating with him," said! the uttornAy. ".Mr. Ford was not content, in bis ptibUcation. in attacking cooperative marketing and .lewish ri'ce as a whole." said Sapiro's at- ilorney. "He went further than jHiat, he said .Mr. Sapiro was a Gold Ru^^i Opens f jew bnilil- .\o. 1.) BuOeeiiwor lo Tile lulu IMIiy IC'-gNl' r. Tlio jtola lially. Krcnrd. iind I"'-:i.,i>.iily Iinl-x. EIGHT PAGES DEADLOCKTN Alfonso's Son ISISEEN NOW Row i Among! Senators Prevents the Senate Closing I Work Tomorlrow Night. u. . - • •; Topeka. Kaiis.. Mar. li;. t.\PI—; Sharp exchanges of words result- ! ed over a repriniaiid given Sena-;' tor Hegler of Wiijliita. yesterdayj and a way.s' and means cnuimiUee's recommendation iiiilliiig "teeth" into the senate's power of acting on appointineiiis.nmile by the gov- riior. Postponenie II of'action on the iexeculive and judiciai ajipro- priation bill thrt-aii.tieil to throw i the 'legislature iiitn' a last iiiiniite [ deadlock on the cjliisiiig - day lo-J morrow and adjouriim<-nt toniorr; rmv night was qiie^tiiiiien'. j lli-gler made a bill.r -.erbal at-; lack on Fiiiiey ofi I'iianule who, made Hie motion tnicail tiie Wicli-ii ita senalnr before Hie li.ir ol" tin;! .senate fiir a repriiuaiid Inr lii-s : absence during Hiej vol.- mii lliu< Dodge city stale Sl^hooI bill.; j -"I want to say Hi(it I have spent hours mi the floor; nf tin-; .-.I'liai.?! where (he .seii.itur frnin .N'<'ii.--liii i has >iii-iit iiiiiiiilis, lie sliiiul-il. I l.al.r. l-'iiury. v.hij cam.- ,iiln ili.-' cliamlier in lirar Ib-gli-rs cln-^itig remai k.-» aii.svvi-rcd. "The .st.il. 111.•Ills lint nii!y taix- liiil Willi the rnln.'..sal I i.lill" s-If s.iHslarlijiii Inr Iriini Siilgwii U.'' 111.HI .-M-iialniM mil !.il. r jiii : cln.tk rniilii ai;.l e.v'cliaviKiil n li'« mure wnrds. : ; ' Previously lli-gler :illarl>id Hi< action of the setiai.^ in •.iHing bin b.'foro lb" bar vi'Slenhiv. Ho declared he would iml liavi or New rield Tonopah, .Nev.. .Mar | 1"! The land of gnid al W ever increasing nllmbj•r^ spell inday as no vices] a rals alike heard the latest dlxcovery at liaij five nilb-N to the soul Drlvi-u by thai same impelled iini) Sam .Mctj Ills sunny home In Tc rriain ihi< Yukon. 2iiii ijiei n(en struggled tlirougp nioiintain storm from Barrel Springs and claims ill Ihe new are The rainbow chasers through the night wh{l arose to such strength the storm doors and windows out of the tlolilf The temperature wa^ above zero, with a 4II whistling across Hie wii . lAI'l - pah held in ilK id desert iu'^n of Ihe re and sand. Alasks soiirilob^li Springs, u^ge which lo b'ave ss.'e and and wo- whliiiiig ICtJldfield In staked ' out este'rday. iinged out the galu It It blew pl^te glass leld botej. degrees, nile gale' s of ii FAG" BILL The Prince of .\»turfas. pld- esl son t>i K.ng . VIIOUMI HI Spain, is tlie heir iippurent to tiie Spiuiisb flirnne. Millions in ju-l III.lib- are aie ill Ki'i'|..ii« gntisiii ami as, 1.1 Ihi- :-.-iia Two of Four Amendments Proposed by Governor Are ReaSy for Signature Today. Topeka. Ka-us.. .Mar. IC. (AP)— The legislature today carried oat two of-Hoverimr Paulen's four sug- gejitions for improvement of t "ne new .McHiigiu ciguretle law. The house passed the Van Ue Marie bills making less severe the pen- I alty for salt? lo minors and reduc- ; ing the license fees which cigarette j retailers must p;iy. The senate immediatc-ly concurred in tiie hiJH.se amemlments to Senator Van . De .Mark's bills and sent' the two ; measures to Coy.ernor Paulen for ! signature. ; Retailers who sell cigarettes to i minors will be subject to a jail ; Sentence of :bi to !ii) days"; Instead lof a one year sentence at the state j penitentiary under the provisions 1 of one bill- They will pay annual I license fees of $r.il instead of |100 ! in cities of the first and secood {class and instead of $50 it» ! cities of the third class and in uri- ' iiiciir|iorated towns. The. house defeated yesterday two bills Intended to legalize' the advertising of cifjaretteM and to fix peiialileH tor violations of the Mc- Hiigiii law for which no inpecKIc lieiialile I have -tie.'i) prescribed. Iti'ihMiod City, I': lAI'i .Mi.'^ ('nii:,l.nir.' '.lav Caviii nf l.iK .Viigi'l li.n !:iiiiii Ifi'd a rii;lit fi.r iiii.r- lli.iii .5 ;.IIIIII.IMMI which ;ilie .-laim : I. ilii.' Ill irom II stal.' id .lani' •: I.. I'l'i.'.;. Cali- I'nriiia iriilllnoair.'- -Mr.-^. Haviii, win) iiiaiiitaitc' she i.-^ :. ilaiigli'er '>1 Fl.ind by !iis lirsi v.il'e. and thai slie had b-.-en for- lii. Mar ii;. Open (;ambiing Bill Is Killed in Nevada Car.'ion Ciiy. ,NVV., .Mar. 16. (AP) The bill lo licensemieuKaiiibllnB ill .VeVada /lefinitcly was beaten today in the state senato by a vote n; 'J ty .S have gatlK^red here saiil i le er reminded them of ll e trail at its worst. The rush to tho new district began before tlaylight. and ong after dark the last wind forif traggler.s reached shelter here. I :^iiners at the flold Zone, a lead miles from Weepah. their tools while Ihe llay was yonng and joined in tlie dasli. Their emiiloyers persuajled them to stay on the jo|)'duringj the first submitted to Ihe pro. iliiig.s iiad ' r.ntlen by him \-ars- a,--'i. pit'timieil he known what had transpired Iliej suii. riir coiiri yesterday to ad- during his absence) His vole, lie vaiice her .JIOII.'HIO a'i a part n'' hiT : .said, was not niH-di'd to decide tho ] share. .Slie ileiiiaiiils I vi.-nintirs nf question. The sclipol lost, tl lo ;--Hie enlire estale. wliii-li is •.almil in ' ^~ Hegler vnliiig a'ijailist jtluj bill. ! t-xre-s's of .*-i).e'iii."'n. K|iii..!'s first liairiiUin of j wife was Mari'.- Knsin.i Frif/.. who comniillee,: caiiie' to Califnrnia in.iii Kansas' coiiitiiittei* i City.; Tii.' sec'Hi.l >tr>-. Flood was I sister to the first, and iiiavned the: • Hi'gler and Snydn sage ! way.-^' ;iii.| me: who ' "'--o i-lasii.^d. TJIt Leopoldlsn't Charged in Big weath-i ciiairmaii rebuked bis c/jlliague Vukoii I i'"' ""t being at his desk during i Hie former's explanation oE the ways and means roiiiiniltee rt'coni- nicndatfon to give the senate millionaire in Kansas City in after the death of tin; first control of appoinini niiiK- l.T.^f'e former exjdaintj tiiHew down j ''"n was neces.sary. more nf. Hegler ac-ifor Flood. .Mrs. isn.'i. .Mrs. flavin's five- yeans. ejded ::nyder's _ai ologies_ when 1 ,„„„„,,.., ;,,,„{,; d, bis inaiten- Weepah exciieniffnt biit rel Springs striked four er the Colli Zone' wa.>j straw. the Bar- m|iles near- tlie last THE WEATHER KORKC.IST jKOK K.A i member of-an int.-rnalional .lewish • combine to gain control of agriciil- |iure. being little niore than a tool !in 'cany a sto<k doing -repair Iff ilr.es in adilition Work. Merman ThoI<!-ii has luov.'d his 'Nash agency from the Tliolen liiiilding lo Hie City Carage on .North .lefterson. while Kollo Ilo- hari has .niored his ,'iiitn repair shop from the city garage to a iitiildiug occupied by Ihe Wagner niacliine .shop.at 20:; South Jeff.-r- -son. Kvomiiilaiig press iii I'.-kiiig- j It is be ieved. linwi'ViT. ilial .Nanking is si'rinusly nieiiiic-1|. Ilolli .Nanking | king iitid I'eligpii are nn Hi'' r.iilwav. • To the siiiiih'-asi. along Hie w.-L-t- jvrn shore oi Lake Taihii. iiearilbiiig a battle i.s repoiled under ; wiiy uiih no iniliralion Hiiis far as to 111.'- probable oiiicniiii^. Cb.ing Tsiiiig-Cliang is c trating'Snantungeue iniops a( THUfiS TIE THREE; GET $35j000 LOOT Sliringfield. Mo., .March IG. (AP) - (IVerpowering and tieing up the villiige night \yatcliman and two passers-by who stopped 16 inve^s- 'tigaie, a gang of eight robbers early today blew] open the vault of the; Bank of Billings, at' Ojllings. 20 miles southwi'st of here, and ••scaped Willi ir..it(io in cash and between $20.0110 and $:tO.OliO in liberty iionds. chow and Chaiigcliow. n sjiei east vein and north iiiltiiig of of 111.- lake tile r.iihvav Lita Chaplin , Is Forced td) Films Again 1.0S .\ngeles .j .Mar. Ki. (.IP) Foiled by lier h \eaUhy screen star iinsl>anil In Iter ment light to follert :ji|.<iim a nimth lemiMiniry aliiDiiny I.Ita ( rey Cliapliii lias iiniiouneed she. luis lieen sinned into retiirninit to tvork and plans lo rei>nter the movies. ncen- Soo- ilively ple- lere. Bucharest, Huniania, Mar. IC. l.APi—The proijosed trip of King Ferdinand to Italy to recuperate from his illness will be combined, w ith an official visit ui King Victor Kmniaiiiiel and a reception by i'opi- Pius. The daje of the departure of Ferdinand'cannot Ix" fixed until his (iliysiciaiis have. decided that the radium treatment has yielded all that can l?e expected of il. The is now in better health than he was prior to the operation perform"d on him and the radium treatment. Queen .Marie and I'rin- cess lleana will accompany the king, as also will Premier Avere..!di. as far as Koine. The newspaper Politika asserlTi tliat Ferdinand while in Koine will j di.-icnss with King Victor Kniman- iii'l lb.' possibility of arranging a marriage between the Italian nion- ! arch's son. Crown Prince Humbert and lleana. lilth the hands nf the conspirators. "Perhaps even worse, Sapiro wa-s accused of spreading communism and bolshevism throughont the i-onntry, (if entering the homes and instilling the propaganda of 'red' Knssia in the minds of the children." HARVEY CUMMINGS IS BOUND OVER llarvf-y Cummings wa.s bound over to district court by Justice I.amer on a had check charge. The case probably will come u|i at the next, term of district court. Proliably cloudy Wife Leaves? Desertion? Probably WKM SIIOW lii showers In euN^ |iort!nh I'hiirsiluy iwrtil t-louilyl; eiisf and south portloiis lo^ilfht iind I 'l^'l'^''^'""'' j in extreme east portion 'ijhiirsday. For Iiila and VU'Inlt>' •.hoirers tonlKht: parti. Thnrsday: rolder. -! Temperature—Highest! -esterday 74 at 3 p. ID.; lowest last night W.\ at 7 a.m.; normal for! • oday 45; exce.Ks yestenlay 19; <''xr -ss since .lanuary 1st. .359 degrees; tliis date last year- highest 7i:; lin est :!0. Precipitation for the i : 4 hours ending at 7 a. iii. today 0; total for this year to date 2.19; j leliciency sinci! January 1st 2.0.1 ini hes. llelati/e humidity at 12 loon yesterday 40 per cent; 7 ai. in. today 76 per cent; barometer r 'duced to sea level. 29,74 inches.' Sun rises C-.'!2 a. m.; nets C:nn p. in. Roarfx and leather Kls'ivfaere. AH clear, except. Hutc li ison. Salina. partly cloudy, all h adj good except Salina. fair. | S S AS- l ^vest and tonlRht: tained for a time. i GETTY EXEMI>TION • • BILL IS KILLED i ; ! . ; I le.. Joliet, ill.. .Mar. iG. .'(AP)—Xa- Hian F. Leopold, jr.. today was ex- ionerated of complicity in the es- jcape last .May -of seven convicts from Hie new stute penitentiary near here, the escape of three of ' a.s Flood's daughter.' but that after .(ii,. same ni.-ii froiii the county jail 'HIC iiioilier's death idio wa.s placed: |„.rt. hist Saturday, and a plot to ! in a convent, -VIKT.' slie was main-; poison'all the prison gu.ards and free all the convicts. The conclu.sion. was announced co!ifoiiti|)n is that! iiiifil . after her • siie w:is recogrizcd • ml then all6w.-d l/i..> Flood eir- ToTUka, Kans.. -Miir. 10. (APi — The boiis.- defeated ioilay Hie Hetty bill whic'i woulii liavi- perinill.-d cities o:' the first claisiln eiicoiira'j;e new industries Iiy c,\empHiii; lln in from taxation tor (ii.- year.i.: The bill bad re<.-iv.i| one niore vote than Hie number rei|iiired for passage, 'r.it an asstTlion by liar- rolder iii 'K'''''" tireenwood county that ilie ' was "vii'ioiis «la.ss legislation and an entering wedge for exempting all industries from taxa-' lion" caused seven | farmer hers to change their position osion Is Fatal Today ToFourMen Local Woms^ Is Vice President Of Laundrymen AiiiariHo. T. .v.. Mar. It:. (AP)— Four iii-ii w.-r ' biiriieil to death niem-|ioday in an explosion of gas at a lu'-.isolin.' absorption jdant one mile West of Shamrock. The d-ail. all of Shamrock, are: Bob firiifin. Jack Todd, W. .Mel- jloii and I.asoii Chance. i I The plant being erected by the \ i Coiunibia (Jasoline Corpora'ion. ! sudd.-uly burst into flaiiie.s with-! out warning. :trapiiing Ihe wbrk- iii.;n two of whom Were inside the large absoriition units and two on Uiibb-rs nn the. outside. Those on the oulsid.' were liiirlc-d fifty feet to the ground, their clothing in f!aiiies and the bodies of Hie o(h- •;rs w.'re removed fromllie bottom of Hie .gas chamber'^. by the sial"*-'.'* three highest penl- 'tentiary officials, Klmer J. Green. I warden: Frank 1.. Kness. deputy, war.ilen. and John L. Walker, au! perihiendent of prisons. They lallfd young (..eopold from ibis prison duties and put him :tliroiigb a severe interrogation and ; at file end of it announced they I were satisfied the young co-slayer of litte Bobby Franks, had had nothing lo dii with any of the plots. Entombed Man Is Saved From Death in Well COLORADO BAN LOOT is Fi RESERVE OFFICERS TO MEET SEPTi 14 , Independence. Kans., Mar, Ifi. 1 I API—September 14. 15 anil 16 I were the dates selected for ; the I state meeting in this cit.v ot the Kansas chapter of Reserve Offic. rs. at a meeting ot the Southeast Kansas chapter last night. Lieutenant .(:olonel Frank W. Shelton of Independence was najmed general ciiairmqn for the ei|ter- laiiimeiit and program. H. I. (onnid. an em|»loye «f the iiila Hrirk romiiunv. is ;|iii7 .zled. Conrad was arrested this niomlnic liy rnder»lierKf Kd Dnnfee at Ihe rHinest of count.v ofi'Irers at Kj-Ie on a charge of wife desertion, and Krie ofil- rers announred they liould coHie after him. ^ -I'can't nnderstand It," said I'oarad. married the girl and Me ha»e lieen H»init here. The of her day !>he went donn tn yU\i her niotlier, and I hate been hatrhhig and naitintt for her to eoiiie liaek."' ~.\«w. Instead of romlni; baeli, she sends after nie. I can't understand how I eonid desert her and never leine our hoiiie." Hutchinson. K,ins.» Mar. Telephonic advices from City this afternoon sja $4.'>Si) of the nioiJey s,ti week from the bank ii I Colo., had been rpcove el farm of (Irani Craig." 15 n and east of C.ardeu City.) il'is farm that the bandjft Sunday morning Saturday night posst west of Garden City. WEBB LICENSE BILL RECALLED UND IC. lAPi Garden ed that Wichita. Kan-s-. .Mar. 1«. fAI'l— Fred V. Taylor of jlnd.^pendence, wiis elected iiresiden; nf Hie Kan-! sas Laundry Owners j.issoi iaik-ii at the dose nf Uieir aiiiiiial coave'n- Other offiri-rs elected wen-: Mrs. !SNOW IS FALLING Phila Trout. lola. first vi. .•-president; W. 11. l-rfuve. (ittawa. second vice-pr.'sident: Hick jManii.-ws, To- jA'ka, serg.'ani-at-arms; Harry Sharp, 'i'npeka. secreiary-lreasur- er. I re-elected I. ,' The executive comilliltee will .se- li'Cl Hie PC'S nneliiij; jilace. Fuqoay .Sp'riiigs, >'. Hi. <AP)—Entombed Jiotirs in a 70 foot i Mar. for i% . well, Jeff Aslnvorfh was rescaed early today. He Jiad been pinned In by caved in walls., Rescners reached lilin after frorkin? all nf(?ht di^g-ins 4U feet lo vhere the man WON .sus]>ended bj a rojie by which he was being lowered; Into tlie well at the time of'the accident. . i IN WFSTFR N' K A A c SALINA MURDER . WESTERN KANSAS; ^RIAL NEAR END .Salina. Kai.j.«.. .Mar. It;. i\V) — S'now was faliing- this morning at .\twood and. .St. Francis. wiHi light flurries at-Colby, acconiiiig to telephone messages rectiv.-.i after t|h<-ir battle with r;,v Vasti'o. K. TO PAULEN'S 'AndThevAll Manitou -I APPOINTEES TODAY Believed It Was Correct on the' les north li was at stopped sheriff's Jolo, Island of .Siilii, .March V't'- "APl—The vivacious Princess Ta- rahata- Klra'tn. who recently fignr- III In tlie r<'belllo,u staged by In^r .... ..... i. .r..i.M • former Ciiivi'isilc of Illinois Tile princess, who js the and favorite wll'r f,f T .iliil niece of the Slllraninl Sillli. ing.; hi 'ld III scinl-coi^fineinenlr result of Hie 'rahll escapadi Tahil Trial husband. Iwt i Tuhll. was removed tlnni the con ijiel table at his trial o.i sedition cbirges here loda.v- because she uttelmpted t .u play the role ot a moitTa Portia. Sb* !» a 'i and exposing bersejf to danger ia co -ed- 1 (he event nf a constabniarv at- loiirth I tack. ' . ••• •iild a ; The loiistabiilary liestKated lo s be- 1 attack, while the princess was in as a jHie fort because her Injiirv or death •I'ti,"."' •>'. Tabii^jf.^!;::! xn 'SuAh;;";!:; ficjulons by entering his stroUhuld-•' '• ansuii iahlland Hie princess escaped but were cau- lured later. COOLli)GE TURNS DOWN PENSION BILL Washington. Mar. IG. (AP)—The p'ea of congress for lilgger, iien- sions for Civil War widows |has been turned down by I'resident Cooli'dge. Kxerclsiiig his privilegti of "pocket veto" the pre.^ldent has plgpo^i- hoied The bill passed In the closiifg ilays of the sensioii. increiislng frojn $-'!(i (t, 140 monthly Civil War |Widowa five yeara of age. Tiip'ka. Kans., Mar. iHi Webb automobile licen.'je passed yesterday by tih only to be recalled today ported back by the senaje committee, with the rebammeiida- tion that; the present sysjtun of distributing the plates thrpugh the office of the Secretary retained. The proylsioi^ facfiiring the lags Qt tV formatory at Hutcliinsi^n tained. SLAYER OF TWO lAPi — tag bill. fSenate ^ Was re- judiciary state be fjir manu- state re- was re. IS SOUGHT BY POLICE Chicago. Mar. Ifi. (Ai, the slayer of bis Iwih found with ether soakei! nearby, Walter Sclujlll convict, is sought foda.V. les ol the children Were the pensions of |a <!ary. Ind . house .vestjer over seventy- father iu separated Irom ^Ue moth er. Ib'Iieved (diililreri. towels I former The bod- found in lla.v. The Topeka. Kans-. .M;ir. IC. (.V|Pi- Three appointments ; made y.lsl.-r- <!ay by Governor Paiiloii were i-on- firnied today by the (.<5eiiate. They were^- W. B. l-lalton. .St. (ieorgn. publ:c servii-e coinmiFsinii. succeed- ii!g Je.sse W. Greenlfaf. l-awreiice. Four year term. I F. -M. Fink- Howus. slat.- grain iuspoitor. siuceediiig l>altiiii.".Twi> year term. Fink has jiicen assistant state .araiii inspeclijr'. W- ('. -Millar, Belidi re. narjiininl- ed tour year tern, iniblic s.Tvice conimi.ssioii. Paiina. Kans.. Mar. 16. (AP)— Willi pl-as by attorneys scheduled In lake up most ot the day, tha i-ase against Balph Vandruff, former iiolice iifficer, charged -with : lirsi degree murder in connecflott wfHi the fatal shooting, of Lawrence KIwick, Abilene, the night j of January 2.'!. is expected to go to 'the jury laie this afternoon. ^S^s^ Palm Beach. Fla., .Har. Ki. (AIM—A lonir line of >e- •rroes stagiMl a steady run on the I'nited .States postoffice here for lieiivy withdrawals from the postal savings de- partnienl today followlnir reports circiilaleil widely through tlie Ni -.rro secfioiis throie.:!) the niu'lit that ~llie government wsi*. i-'oing broke .V Bond Tax Passed by Kansas House Today Topeka. Kans^;. Mar. IG. (AP)'— I The house passed today the, bill j placing a special lax on 'state, for! eign government, county and muni- :>i|ial bniids, and exempting siich s.'curiiies from all other taxes. It iflnvernor Paulen signs the bill, the ;lax_nii Hie bonds ;will be one-mill ' a year, or only nn4-fifth of the new ; intangible tax rate. Co.rumba. Bra/.ll|. (Ai'i—Conmiambrif lie i'inedo and \\h In the Italian si-a '.Nlarb- arrived lierf Mar. It; — Fram-.'sco cniiipaniiliis plane Santa Inday from f, — . : ,. j-cnntlneni flight wljich already has ;broug!u him froni Italy acVoss the l-Mlaiilic to Argeiiliiia and thence :in rruguay;aM to this city, the cap- i ii;il of Paraguay. - j . i Flying almost iiarallel .with the Iroiiie taken by Th.-ndore Koose- A.siincioii. I'aragiuiy. Asuncion. I'aragu.-)y. March . Ifi—i ^t-li's ex|iedilioii to fiiul "the river <Ai 'i -• Italy's prijniii-r Cniiiiiiand'er Franc.')! o l». now^ has before liifit one aVKil'ir, Of iJoiibi."i i'inedo will have to fly I 'iliedo.: almnst cinitiniiriiuly oV.r land of the I which few men have set foot upon moat perilous tasks in bis 1 lour and \vbich is inhabited not only b/ wild beasts and giant poisonous snakes but also by people who feast on human blood. Do Piiiedo yesterday arrived here from .Monittvideo. I'ruguay, a- fliglil negotiated with.but one stop at I'arana. lie was eiilterlained by tho I'aragiiayan authorities, including i'resiilent Ayiila. Asuncion had a holiday. All stores were closed so that the employes mighC welcome the Italian airman. • .• . - : i '

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