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READ NEWS WANT ADS EVERY DAY. THE HUTCHINSON NEWS Final Edition ' VOL. LI 11. TWENTY PAGES. (Established July 4. 1872) HUTCHINSON, KANSAS^ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1924 XO 122. DEMAND APOLOGY FROM EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT Great Britain Alio Makes Demand (or Heavy Indemnity, K UtSFor NEBRASKA AND Robbery at Rock AGGIES BATTLE SEND IN A NOTE Political Demonstrations Mutt Alto Slop and Withdrawal •f Egyptian Units. (By The Associated Press) Cairo, Nov. 2.—A British note handed to Zagloul Pasha, the Egyptian premier today, demanded a "proper apology," in connection with the killing of Major Gen •ral Sir Lee Stuck, the sirdar and ^an Indemnity ot £500,000. " The note furthermore holds In reserve a revision ot the conditions , governing the retirement of brother officials from Egypt and insists upon the retention ot British Judicial and financial advisers. The note demands tho prohibition ot political demonstrations and withdrawal of Egyptian officers and units from the Sudan, the Sudanese troops to come under the control ot the Sudan government proper. Football Star Kills Youthful Footpad Houston, Tex., Nov. 23.—Two youths are held lu Jail today In connection with the police probe Into recent "hl-jacklngs" following the Bhootlng to donth last night ot one young man, an alleged bandit. The two have confessed to participating in a dozen hold ups. i Jim Shown, 19-year-old high school football star, shot and killed Ernest Shoquist, 17, last night, .•when, ho told authorities, the lat- p trr made an attempt to hold him up. Immediately after the reporting of that case, police began a roundup of suspected youthful gangsters and soon had six in custody. 4 Confessions soon were received from two. They admitted tnkliig part In nearly a dozen holdups. They Implicated, Shoquist In at least one. Carpenters Union Plans Big Labor Bank . Chicago, Nov. 22.—A labor union hank with a J5,000,000 capital and, housed In Its own building Is planned by tho Carpenters' district council of Chicago, according to .officials. The entire stock will bo held by carpentors, limited to ten sharea each. The district council has u membership of 27,000 and is •reputed one ot the wealthiest of its kind here. Uibor unions wilt bo solicited for deposits and union loans will be the specialty, It was said. The bank hero, tho o.hor being controlled by tho Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union. ON GRIDIRON In Commons Trainload Cornhusker Root- j ers Joined W ldcat Alumni. THRONG THE STADIUM Warriors of Both Camps Keyed to Fighting Pitch for the Battle. MUS. CUIUS HANEY. Winfield, Kan., Nov. 22.—Mrs. Chris Hncey, convicted last woelc ot complicity In the robbery of the Hock Stato bank, was today sentenced by Juilgo O. P. Fuller to the woman's Industrial farm at Lansing, to serve "until discharged by the managing officers." Motion for a new trial was overruled and attorneys for the 20 year old girl served notice of appeal to tho supreme court. Appeal bond was fixed nt $8,000. County officers hero refused to make any recommendations tor an immediato parole. v GIRL JUMPED OUT OF UPPER WINDOW Did it to Escape a Man an Office at the Senate Building. Washington, Nov. 22.—Early morning passorsby at tho senate office building today saw a young woman come hurling through a| window and plungo fifteen foet to tho stone pavement below. Shoj suffered a compound fracture of tho leg and was taken to a hospital where she refused to give her namo. Those who witnessed tho plunge said a man's face appeared at the window and that the young woman, when picked up, exclaimed: "Oh, why did he make me jump?" Police aro holding for Investigation a man said to have been employed On tho offices of a senator. The man arrested later was Identified as John C. Dugan, an em­ ploye In tho building, the young woman Jumped from the window ot tho office of Senator Lenroot of Wisconsin. The senator Is not In the city. Tho young womun. It was said, tried to get out of the window, when the knock of the capitol policeman was heard on the door, Dugan was released on nominal ball. Final score: Nebraska, 23; Kansas Aggie 0. (By The. Associated IVcwp Manhattan, Kan., Nov. 22.—Nebraska and the Kansas Aggies came to grips today before a Home coming throng that filled the Aggie stadium. Warriors of both camps I wore keyed to a fighting pitch and were ready to let loose i fast at- 1 tack when the referee touched them off at 2 o'clock. Neither toam could boast an edge over Its foe as they lined up on the Aggie gridiron. A train load or Cornhusker rooters Joined the Wildcat alumni In an Invasion of Manhattan, . First Period. Nebraska forced the ball down Into the Aggio territory throughout tho olfonlng period, playing .straight football. Several attempts at passing failed. The Cornhuskers resorted to a smashing attack, with Locko and Bloodgood making repeated gains through the line. Tho Wildcats, when in possession of the hall, were thrown for losBes until the sphere rested cn their ono yard line, when Mlldrexler punted out to safety. One opportunity to score was lost when a Nebraskn try at place kick was blocked by an Aggie player. Score first period: Nebraska 0, Aggies 0. Second Period. Second period: Both elevens opened up an attack by air in the second quarter, but Nebraska 's tries all wore in vain. Tha Aggies completed a 25 yard forward. Smith to Dooleti, but most of the time wero unable to advance, and could not hold the Cornhuskers when they smashed the line. A long series of pushes took tho play down within striking dlBtance, and Rhodes, Husker fullback, booted a 30-yard drop kick bolweon the Posts for tho first score. The second period ended Nebraska, 3; Aggies, 0. YALE WINS IN BATTLE OF MUD IN FLOODED BOWL The Blue Victory Over Har-j vard, Score of 19 to 6. IN DRENCHING RAIN Councillor Kllen Wilkinson of the Fnllowfield district is the first woman Socialist to sit in Parliament. She Is one of four women In the now House ot Commons. Yale Completes Second Football Season Without a Defeat. RESULTS OF THE GRIDIRON BATTLES Northwestern Sprung a Surprise on Mighty Notre Dame Team Chicago, Nov. 22.—Northwestern sprang a surprise on tho Mighty Notre Dame eleven hero today, by scoring two field goals In rapid succession. After the first score, Coach Rochne, who had started second string men, rushed the regulars into the tray, Weinocke and Baker booted tho oval between the goal posts for Northwestern. First period: Northwestern 0; Notro Dame 0. (Hy Tho Associated Press) Pittsburg and Washburn, Topoka, Kan., Nov. 22.—The Pittsburg Manuals and Washburn lchabods battlod through a scoreless first period today, but the Washburn team was showing unexpected fight ngainst the Kansas conference leaders and kept the ball In hostile territory most of the time. GRIDIRON BULLETINS TEACHERS AND ICHABOD9 BATTLE FOR THE TITLE PINNED UNDER AN OVERTURNED FORD. Little Hlver, Kan., Nov. 22—J. W. Brooking wife and child ot Mexico. Mo., tourists bound for California, had a narrow escape from death who nthoir Ford touring car turned turtle and Mr. and Mrs. Brooking were pinned beneath the car. The accident occurred near tho turn In tie road a mile south or Little River when a tire blew out. None ot them were severely in- lured. They were released by pass, lug motorists. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT MAY DIVIDE A DISTRICT. ' Topeka, Kan., Nov. 22.—The authority of a county superintendent ot schools to divide a school district was upheld and tho right of appeal to the county commissioners was refuted by tho supreme court toduy In granting a writ of mandamus askod by Union-school district No. 2 against John D. Starrett, Sherman county clerk. Fish Bit Off the Professor's Arm San Juan, P. R., Nov. 22.—W. Itussol Winslow, ot Carthage, Indiana, professor at the University of Porto Rico, died last night, a few hours after having been attacked while sea bathing, by a fish which bit off one of bis arms. Prof. Winslow was rescued by John Harrndlne, ot Now York, a former aviator, who, with two others, subsequently gave bis blood tor a transfusion operation in an unsuccessful attempt to savo the oducator'B life. UNDER THE DERRICKS SHOT BY HUSBAND AS SHE TRIES TO SAVE HIM. San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 2" —Shot by her own husband aa she tried to take a weapon away Crom the man who was firing at him, Mrs. Ira Briscoe, wife of a Frio county rancher, Is making a dosporate battle for lite at a hospital here, as the culmination of a gunfight at her ranch home Friday evening in which Dr. A. J. Bailey, San Antonio veterinarian, wus kllLd and Ira Brlacoo was shot In the chest. ' Topoka, Kan., Nov. 22.—With their title tho issue of this afternoon's battle, tha Pittsburg Teucn- ers took the field here confident of brushing aside the opposition of Washburn College, tho last remaining obstacle before tho final Thanksgiving fray at Ottawa. An upset by tho lchabods, who have lost tour of their five starts, would reduce Pittsburg from the lead to third place. Captains of both teams had recovered from Injuries. The Manuals wero in prime shape, while a reconstructed line up was to represent Washburn, with the regular quarterback missing. JOE STECHER WINS OVER DAVISCtJURT. Final score: Syracuse 7; Colgate 3. Third period: Illinois 7; Ohio 0. At Ann Arbor—Third period:— Michigan 2; Iowa 6. At West Point—Army-Norwich, cancelled, rain. At Ames—End second, period— Iowa 0; Drake 0. ' At Indianapolis—End second period: Haskell Indians 7; Butler 0. Second period: Chicago 0; Wisconsin 0. St. Louis—second period: Washington U., 0; Oklahoma U., 0. End second, quarter: Notro Dame 7; Northwestern 0. First period: At Topeka—Pittsburg Teachers 0; Washburn 0. End second - period: Vanderbllt, G; Minnesota, 0. ,-At Stillwater, Okla.—End second period: Oklahoma AggleB, 7; Arkansas, 0. Lawrence High School, 12; Topeka, 0. Third period—Notre Dame,7: Northwestern, 6. , Wichita, Kan., Nov. 22.—Joe Stechor, tormer world champion wrostler, left In an airplane for his home at Dodge, Nebr., today following his victory here Inst night over Dick Davlscourt. Stechor took the first and third falls with his famous scissors hold In 30 mlnutc-J and 14 minutes, respectively. Davlscourt headtocked the former champion Into submission in the second fail In 11 niinuteo. Jim Browning , Wichita heavyweight, and Jimmy Londof. of St. Louis, wrestled to a draw in * an hou limit match. IOLA HOLDS JUNIOR COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIP. ipen New Field. Independence, Kan., Nov. 22.— Black, Landon and the Prairie Oil and Gas Company drilled In the Clemmer No. l', five miles west of this city last night. The well is located In the northeast corner ot the southwest ot southwest ot section 21-32-13 and opens up a new field. No estimate had been placed on the well's production today. Flowed Over Derrick. Winfield, Kan., -Nov. 22.— The Merman No. 1, which Is being drilled by the Marland Oil company two miles east ot this city, created u sensation this morning when it flowed for 10 minutes over the derrick. The well had been shut dowu with 2000 toet ot oil in the hole waiting on tankage, when It '•went on the rampage this morning. The location ot the well Is the southeast of tho south half of the southwest 13-32-4. Fivo new locations have been staked in the Winfield pool, three ' by J. A. Hull Company on tho Kukuk and two by the Gypsy Oil company on tbe Shannon farm. BOYS CONFESS TO SERIES OF ROBBERIES Houston, Tox., Nov. 22.— Four boys, under 21, had confessed today to participating In a dozen highway robberies In and around Houston tn tbe last tew months, as police continued their investigation into circumstances surrounding the fatal shooting last night ot Ernest 'William Shoquist, 17, an alleged buudit. URGE OKLAHOMA MAN FOR CABINET POSITION Washington, Nov. 22. — John Fields, of Oklahoma City, among those mentiuned tor appointment as secretary of agriculture, was presented today'to President Cool- ldge by Senator Harreki and Senator-elect Pino ot Oklahoma, Iola, Kan., Nov. 22.—With not a defeat and but one tie game during tbe entire season tho tola Junior College fpotbull team holds the championship of tho Kansas junior college league with 'a percentage ot 1,000. The' title decision came when Iola held Parsons to a scoreless Me yesterday afternoon, having defeated the latter 7 to 0 earlier In the season. The standing ot tho teams follows: Donaghea Wins. Bowie, Md., Nov. 22.—Donaghce won the Gadsden D. Bryan Memorial handicap with an added money value of $10,000 hero this afternoon. Princess Doreen was second and Miss Whisk third. Time ,1-42 1-5. Tho man at tho bottom of most things 19 usually up a tree. WEATHER Kansas—Generally fair tonight and Sunday, not much change in* temperature, Oklahoma—Tonight and Sunday fair; .warmer In east portion Sunday. OJy The Associated Press) ! Now Haven, Conn., Nov.22—Yale today completed a second foot ball season without detent, turnln;» back 10 to 6, a Harvard team thai led Ihe Blue « to 0 hnlfwny in tho game. The Blue victory in a howl that overran with continuous rain came In the third and fourth quarters, with rushing advances by Pond and Kline that Harvard strength could not stop. A touchdown by Pond after a Harvard tumble by Stafford had been followed by fifty yards ot dashes and runs, was Yale's first score, tying the sis points that Harvard had made by field koals by Gehrke. In Drenching Rain. Tho second touchdown was by line smashes again after a fumble by Ford on Harvard's 1 yard lino. The drenched Yalo partisans were singing Iho Undertaker song in a heavy ram as the hungry bulldogs sought n still larger score. Milling around in tho muck and the dark, Harvard forced Yale to punt and the game ended with Harvard trying vainly to score by forward passes. ' Gehrke the Hero. The third touchdown also by Kline was mado In the fourth period, after a 75 yard march dowu the field by Pond and Kline. The Yalo stars were W. S. Kline ot Dubois, Pa., and "Ducky" Pond of Torrlngton, Conn. ' Erwin Gehrke of Cleveland, just out of a sick bed and off crutehesi made Harvard's two place kicks and was a wonder on defense. The grassy plane of tho gridiron, well baked below by a 45 day drought, had a slippery surface that mado movements more or less uncertain. Kicking under those conditions was far from an exact science and in tho practice, rushing became skidding at times. Harvard Surprised 'Em. Harvard gave Yale a great surprise in the first half of tho annual football classic today. At tho end of tho second period Harvard led by C to 0, duo to two place kicks by Erwin L. Gehrke, of Cloveland whose Injuries wero believed to have made It Impossible for him to play today. Gehrke was also a power on defense. Yale Kicked Off. Yalo won the toss und kioked ,ott. Gehrke ran the ball back eight yards from tho seven yard line and Harvard punted on tho first line, up to Yale's 35 yard lino. Attar ono four yard smash, Yalo punted and Harvard promptly returned the punt-with a sixty yard boot by Gehrke. Bench run the ball back to Yale's 35 ynrd lino. After another exchange ot punts, Miller of Harvard fumbled and Dick Luman recoverod the ball for Yalo on Harvard's 37 yard line. Two smashes gave Yale ten yards. After one first down Yalo was unable to progress further and Allen tried a field goat from the 28 yard line hut failed. Harvard put the ball in play on its own 20 yard line. A "Cripple's". Run. Gehrke punted and Bench ot Yale fumbled, Miller of Harvard recovering tho ball at Yalo's 38 yard lino. Iu two plays Gehrke gained nine yards, '.n several more plays, Gohrko, whose home is in Cloveland and who wns supposed to be a cripple, earned a tlrst down on Yale's 16 yard Hue. A field goal for Harvard soon to! lowed. The goal was made by Horses in Spotlight at Kansas* City Today Kansas City. Nov. 111). —Horses held (ho Interest a! the American Royal Livestock ?limv today. A matinee hnrso show ot especial Interest to children was given this afternoon, "he program of the show .will lie given tonight. In the horse show tonight twelve events are scheduled, Including the American Koyal stake nf $;1,000 for live waited horse?. This event will bring together tho (Team of the royal's saddle entries. Another event of the program, for hunters and jumpers, will be an attempt to break the world's Jumping record. BANK ROBBER FORCED GIRLS INTO VAUL Then Scooo^d L |p Currency in Sight, About 51,800. JAND MADE ESCAPE jCheney Bank Robbed During ! the Noon Hour by a Lcne ! Bank Bandit. MURDERED, AND THEN CREMATED This is what happened when .'ij freight train ran Into a defective | Chemist's Report Shows Mrs.! switch at Chnntlily, France. Tho locomotive nnd several cars plunged down Into a ravine. Both tho engineer and fireman wero killed. Scott's kick waa almost blocked but the ball went to the Crimson at its own 20 yard lino. Wale 's First Down. Gehrke's punt went only 20 yards nnd after two unsuccessful forward passes, a toss from Pond to Scott gave Yale first down on Harvard's 22 yard line. Pond smashed ten yards, eluding everybody but Stafford. Klin, substitute for Allen, added three yards. Almost In Reach. On fourth down with two yards to go, Yalo was Just that distance from a touchdown und was penalized five yards for offside. Yalo tried to make tho distance by a forward pass and Harvard Sheatsley Waa Dead Before Going into Furnace. Columbus. O., Nov. 22.—A preliminary report ot an analytical chemist, setting forth thai, Mrs. Addle Sheatsley, B0, whoso practically creamated body was found In the furnace ot tho Chris* Lutheran church parsonage, In llexley, Monday, by her husband, Ihe Rev. C. V. Sheatsley, was dead when she entered the fire, chamber, today, caused County Prosecutor John H. King to push forward Ills investigation with renewed vigor. Absence of any trace of carbon monoxide poisoning in blood taken from tho victim's lungs, Chemist TERRIBLE SWEDES TO PLAY CRIPES TEAM HERE, Noted Slngar Dead. San Francisco, Nov. 28.—Dr. Theodore Bothers, surgeon in chief ot St. Mary's hospital here, nationally known, died here last night after a stroke of apoplexy. k A petnny-in-the-slot automatic elevator la a new invention. Tbe blight has eerlously damaged tbe European potato crop in recent year* The basket ball season here, on tho part of the Crlpea' Bakery team will,open Dec. 11, It was announced today, with- a game matched with the famous "Olson's Terrible Swodos" from Coffeyvllle. This team will stop here en route on a tour to the Pacific coast. Tbe Swedes have played 133 ga: es nnd have won 108 nt them. The Crlpe team Is no slouch, either. A last gamo Is expected. Washington, Nov. 22^—Weather outlook for tho week beginning Monday: Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys—Halns or snows about middle of week and again toward end; moderate temperature at'beginning and colder the middle and latter part took tho ball on downs Yale hurried Gehrke's punt and the bail went only to tho crimson lS-yurd Hue. Yalo gained five yards In two plays and then the crimson intercepted a 'double pass at its own 19-yard line. Hammand, substitute for Maher got oft a long i.jnt against tho wind and as the second period ended Har ard Intercepted a Yale tor- ward pass, at the crimson's 40-yard line. The Third Period. Harvard kicked off to start the third period. Yale was unable to gain from Its own 20 yard line and punted, and Stafford ot Harvard fumbled nt midfield, Luman getting the ball for Yale. Pond gained 5 yards and Kline added Ifi. Two more smashes gave Yale first down on Harvard's 25 yard lino. In four plays Yale had first down at Harvard's 13 yard line. A couple of smashes by Kline gavo Yalo flrBt down three yards away from a touchdown. Yalo evened the score by crossing tho lino. "Ducky 's" Touchdown. The touchdown wns mado by "Ducky" Pond. Scott added a point by a place kick and Yale went Into the load 7 to 6. 'Bunny" Bunoll, ot Scrantou, substitute Yalo quarterback ran Harvard's kick oft to Yala's 35 yard lino from the goal lino. Yalo soon punted and Stafford fumbled on Its own 30 yard line. GUI, substitute left end recovered the ball tor Yalo and ran to Harvard's 13 yard line. Yalo soon mado a second touchdown. Tho touchdown waa made by W, S. Kline, ot Dubois, Pa, The attempt for extra point was missed making the scote Yale 13; Harvard 0. Splashing In Water. Harvard kicked off and Kline ran the hall back 23 yards to his 23 yard. lino. With the wind "behind Yale punted to Harvard's IS yard Hue. Tbe gridiron was now under water. After a fivo yard smash by Gehrke, Harvard punted and Kline fumbled Dunkor recovering for Harvard at midfield. As the third period ended Harvard had progressed live yards in „___ : three plays and Hammond punted Gehrke. after the crimson offense on the first play ot the last quarter, had been chocked at Yalo's 10 yard 1 Harvard now had tho aid of tho TEMPERATURE READINGS As reported by tho automatic- registering gauge at the First National hunk building: 4 P. M. CO 4 A. M. 0 r. 11 5S 0 A. M. 8 P. M 50 8 A. M. 10 P. M 42 10 A. M, 12 Midnight ...44 12 Noon 2 A. M ,.15 2 P. M. Maximum,.65; Minimum, 46 42 • 40 50 ISO lb"' The Cheei^Qienibi NEWTON MASSACRED THE RENO HIGHS. Newton, Kan., Nov. 22.— The Newton high school defeated the Reno community high school team from Nickersbn yesterday' afternoon on the local gridiron, 53 to 0. It waa a slaughter. Tho Newton team outweighed tho visitors and smashed through their lines at will. Thoro wero eight touchdowns. My p-a-st i* liU« & A patterned web ©F joy and sorrow, I wave, behind me w I mtrcK TKroue}V> thnWincj day* to meet ' tomorrow Hue, Harvard Scores. Another field goal for the Crimson came soon after the kick off, making the score, Harvard 6; Yale 0. The fir.jt goal was a place kick from the 10 yard line with Stafford holdln,, the ball. Yale kicked off and Gehrke ran the ball back 20 yards to tho 23 yard line. A punt by Gehrke went nearly 70 yards and forced Yale to punt from behind Its wn goal line. Stafford ot Harvard made a fair catch and a second placei-.ent kicK from Yale's 21 yard line followed with Gehrke doing the booting. | At the end of the fir3t period after the third kick oft, Yare had the ball on Its own 29 yard line. Jack FalHn- -substitute for Cottle, ran the kick oft back 25 yards. But Yale Couldn't Gain. Soon after the second period started Yale got the hall on Harvard's 34 yard line on a poor punt by Gehrke. Yale madu a change | ot backs, hoping for a score, i Yale could not gain, however, and Scott, whoso home is In St. LOUIB, and who was a substitute for Jack Filling, unsuccessfully tried a Held goal. Oehrko placed a punt against the wind and the ball rolled to Yale's 30 yard lino. Pond tore through tho Harvard line.for 14 yards and a first down at midfield. It was the longest scrimmage gain so far. Yale now had tho advantage of the wind while Harvard hud that help in the first period. From his own 20 yard line, Gehrke puuted to the Crlmson'a 47 yard line, and I Cheney. Kan.. Nov. j2 .----An no- i masked man walked Into thr Cheney Stale, bank nt I2 :."ii thu : noon, anil a- lie' point of a r--- • volver toned oni> oeencant , jut the lime. Mi.--: Marie Uonihot-li. (the teller and Mi** Minnie Wulf. i uiece of Ihe president of the ban:.. | in to the vault, Unking tlieiu in- 1 The robber tlier grubbed all the j currency in sight, on tbe ronnie •and in tho safe, which was open, 'a sum of over'fl.SI'0, walked oi;t | anil departed In an automobile. Discovered Soon After. A customer eouiiug tn a few moments later, seeing nobody In Ilia bank, suspected something was wrong, and notified the other bank. Within ten minutes after they were locked In the vault, tha young women were released. The robber was apparently operating single-handed. Ho was about 1,7 years old. six feet tall, had a moustache, was dark com- and wore, a brown overcoat and hat. Hn left In an auto mobile believed to be either a Studebaker or Dodge. Escaped Toward North, lie was seen leaving in a northerly direction, but those who passed iilm did not. realize that lie wan an escaping bank robber. Miss Wttlf happened to arm biin In a restaurant here this noon eat ) ing luncheon where Hhe took her | lunch, and recognized him when In- 'entered the bank later. Shu w,-o. visiting in the bank at the time with the teller. Miss Bomhnlt. At Point of Gun . When tho robber entered, ten minutes to one o'clock, lit* asked for change for a $."> bill. He. thi-u walked to- the desk aa If to write a check. Suddenly ho whirled about, poking the revolver Into the face? of tho two girls, nnd demanded that they get Into tho unit. They complied without protest, and wert not harmed in any way. Miss Bomholt Is a daughter of the assistant cashier of tbe bank, nnd Miss Wulf is a nleeo of the president of tho bank, Otto Wulf. Zimmerman is cashier of the small pleeted. Rev. C. V. Shtatsley, a Lutheran minister 6f Bexley, O., whose wife's body was found in a furnace at their home. F. bank. C. F. Long said In his findings to Prosecutor King, resulted in his conclusion that she had ceased to breathe before her body entered tho chamber. He explained that had she breathed, her lungs would have become filled with the carbon monoxide which wuuld have been absorbed by the blood. Mr. Long said both lungs revealed increased congestion, Indicating either strangulation or suffocation. No trace of soot or ash dust was found in tho lungs, ho said. Examination of a section of tho stomach wall and a bit of tho aesophugus for poison resulted In negative findings, ho assorted, A bottle of poison, authorities said, Is missing from tho Sheatsley home. Relatives at Canton of Mrs. Sheatsley last.night v,ere questioned. None believes she com mltted suicide, Mr. King said. Cheney la on tin. Wichita ,v- Western branch of the Santa Fe, In the edge of Kinsman county 1* miles east of Kingman Just over the line In Sedgwick county. Mrs. Harding To Have Simple Funeral Marion, 0„ Nov. Funeral British Government services Monday afternoon at Kp- worth M. K. church here for Mrs Florence Kling Harding, who died yesterday at Hie homo of Dr. Carl W. Sawyer, son or the late Dr. C. E. Sawyer, President Harding's personal physician, will he simple. This was announced today by George B. ChriBtlnn, Jr., former secretary to Mr. Harding and a lifelong friend of the family, who Is in charge of the funeral arrange- inentH. Tentative funeral pluus. Mr. Christian said. Include singing ot "The-End of a Perfect Day" by the Columbus, 0„ RopublU:a|i Glee club which, while Mr, Harding was president, was beard often at tho white house on special occasions. | Tho song was Mn: Harding,'* lav or- j ito and always was requested by 1 her when any musical organ Izatinti ! appeared at the executive mansion. strong wind. Hammond's ptict went over the goal Una and Yalo put the ball In play from Its 20 yard line. Pond plunged ahead ton yardB. 1 One More Smash. Another smash by Pond gave Yale first down on its own 45 yard line, Gehrke stopping tho Yale baclc Pond immediately twisted ahead eight more yards. In several more plays Pond made a tlrst down on Harvard's 33 yard line, Yale had mado a concerted advance of 36 yards and bad gained five yards by n penalty on Harvard. Kllno circled cud for IS yards and In a- couple more plays Yale bad the ball at Harvard's 10 yard line. Soon camo Yale's third touchdown. The touchdown was mado by Kline In four plays from the ten yard line. Scott failed to make tho extra point, and the score became Yalo, 19; Harvard, C. It took Yalo 18 plays to advance 75 yards, for this touchdown.' The next kickoft was run back by Bunnell 11 yards to his own 22 yard lino. Yale put in a lot ot substitutes, Including Allen Wudsworth, son of Senator Wadsworth, of New York. Against Prohibition I Gore to Cabinet Until Next March London, Nov. 22.—Prohibition of tho manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors will not promote temperance, and social problems are not .solved by drastic measures! which "destroy the freedom and I real temperance of the majority ofi th Thls 0I "was the declaration of| tt » secrelary since tho death Lieut. Col. L. 0. Amery. new sec I n ' Mr. Wallace can serve only mi Washington. Nov. 22.—Howard M, Gore of West Virginia was today appointed secretary of agriculture to succeed the I at • Ilenrv C. Wallace. Mr. Gore, who has bcmi scrviug retary for the colonies, in a speech at Birmingham, outlining tho attitude of tho conservative administration toward certain licensing problems. The government and the conservative party of Great Britain, ho said, are not iu favor of prohibition and they are convinced In their attitude by the experience of the United States. That's An Idea. Panhandler (to passerby)—'Have. pit yon a poo unfortunate, sir. Passerby—Begging's against tbe law, my man. •Panhandlor—YOB, sir, but charity ain't—Lo Pole-Mule (Parts.) Life, at best, Is a gamble. Ami the man who never takes a long- shot seldom shoots very far. State to Prosecute a State Senator til next March 1, when be become:, governor of ills home state-. THUMBS DOWN ON THE INSURGENT REPUBLICANS Topeka, Kan.. Nov. 22.—Under direction of Gov. Davis, the attorney general's depui-tmetit has tuken over prosecution of Stale Senator J. It. Hyland of Washington, charged with receiving deposits In the Peoples State Bank of Hanover when ho knew It was insolvent. Senator Hyland was president and acting manager of the bank when it failed In 1U22. Wasbinton, Xov. 2-. itepresnut. atlve Lone worth of Ohio, Republican bouse leader, rauie out today in favor of re::irici.ii:.; :he consideration heretofore <<|y. n the Insurgent Itepllblicalls 111 lie; house. A Florida Murder. Orlando, Flu., Nov. 22.—N. li. Broward, nephe.v of Inrmc -r Governor Broward, was shot and killed shortly afteiyl o'clock this morning In tho home of Hal K t'ady. t'.ui/ was placed under arre-,:. Turkish Premier Reainns. <Uy The Associated Press) Constantinople, Nov. 22.—Isiuet Pasha, the Turkish premier, has resigned because of III health. His (successor will ba Fethi Bey. WEATHER AND ROADS Kansas City—Clear, roads good. Lmporla—-Clear, roads good. Saliua—Clear, roads good. Coffeyvllle—Clear, roads fair. VRUbitrg—Cloudy. . threatening, rods good. Arkansas city --l-'air. roads good. Wichita—Clear, roads goad. Ottawa—Part cloudy, reads good. Topeka—Clear, roadj fcood.

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