The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 252, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 25, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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VOLUME 34 .NUMBER 202
THE SUICIDE ROUTE
ARMY BEATEN AND HIMSELF
A CAPTIVE CHARLES AT-
TEMPTS TO SHOOT.
Discredited Becauso Ho Failed to
Kcop His Word Isolation
Will be Portion of Advcn-
BUDAPHST Oct. 26. Former Um-
peror Charles whoso attempt to re-
establish himself upon tliu MBar
thropo met with dhjinal failure yester-
day attempted to commit sulcldo by
shootlnp following Ills arrest hear
Koinorii. Formor Empress Zitu saw
hint preparing tb shoot himself una
prevented llm from carrying out ills
Tho former emperor nnd cmWcss
aru how prisoners In tho Estoshazy
custto at -Tata To vara ond TIioiiiuh
Beaumont Ilohlor British commls.
slonor In Hungary Is hurrying there
'with tho representatives of other na-
tions tu Insure tho safety of tho pris-
oners. Orders sent to tho rcbclllqus troops
supporting Charles by Admiral Hor-
thy. tho Hungatian regent spelled the
doom of Charles' attempt to regain at
least it part or his. former empire. Tile
regent reminded tho soldiers of their
oath of allegiance to hljn and demand
cd their unconditional allegiance nd.
ding that tho success of their under-
taking would mean tho ruin of the
country. Tho firm stand of Admiral
Horthy had Its effect and tho royalist
forces scattered seeming to nhlslt
Into thin air. Latest advices from tho
section of country around Komorn In-
dicated tho government trtfOps contltiT
pod their pursuit of tho royalists and
that the. Kurlist premier M. Rakovsky.
nnd Count Aiidrassy were ninong the
supporters of the former monaich.
captured by tho lo'j'nt troops.
Charles' j)lan to return to tho Hun-
garian throne havo failed tho Hunga.
nan government will probably await
action by tho allied powers regarding
his future place of residence.- Jt li
known that Switzerland will not again
give him refugo and It is possible that
ho 'will bo removed to some place
where ho Mill be virtually a prisoner
of tho allied powers.
Tho followers of tho former onipor-
o nro reported to have lost half their
number in attempting to retreat from
TJIcske to Tata Tovaros. Tho railroad
lino had been out and they wcro forced
to abandon their trains. "When they
attempted to march Jtoross the conn
f" ward t)jo south. ' '
capture of Gustav Gratz former
minister of foreign affairs who was
Involved in tho attempt of tho former
emperor to regain the throne Is rc-
PATHS Oct. 2G. Tile allied policy
for tho future troatmont of nx.Hmpor-
or. CbarluH of Austria Hungary has
boon doclded only as to ono point
that ho must bo put In -a position
whoro ho will bo absolutely unable
' again to disturb tho- tranquility of
JSuiopc it wis declared In French of-
ficial circles today. -His internment
In Hungary Is accented by tho allies-
. only an it temporary necessity.
Tho council of ambassadors which
will bp charged with tho question of
doojlng with. the ejc-rijler. will proba.
my at us next mating t.iKp up tno
pioblem of prOvldipg him with a homo
"hero his security and tho tranquility
of Europe so far as nay- menace to It
fiom him s. concerned will bo equally
Little fear of a third attempt by
Charles- to rcgulu tho Hungarian
throno Is cntertjilned here.
No iri'lvmi for Jllm.
Tho oxllo of Charles to a remote
island which has been suggested. Is
provoking objections bared on tho Jdca
that It would exnggfrato the lmport-
nnco of his case and admit of roptpur.
l.tons between him and exiled .Nnpo-
leon 1 Such action therefore it Is
lUgurjL would bo lkoly to gain sym-
pathjor his anise.
On tho other hand groat difficulty
In anticipated In finding a country
willing to extend hospitality to tho
'.ex.monarch and bcoomo responsible
for him. aa ho Is1 regarded as havlrig
broken his word With Switzerland by
leaving that country without giving
tho previous notice hO had promised
An nlternailvo solution suggested 1ft
that ho hd kept In a fortress until tho
political situation In Europe has been
stabilized .mi that tho dangor of fur-
ther attempts at a restoration will bo
Mill Is Destroyed.
DAI-LAS. Texan Oct. 2.r.. Fire pro-
bably caused bv spontaneous c6mbus
tlon destroyed tho I'cnrlstono Mill and
Elevator Company's plant hero early
tndrtv. TJio loss is estimated at
ADVANCE OF FIVE
DOLLARS PER BALE
. NRW-OnLHANR. Oct. 25 A rlso.
or aiiout iivo dollars a nam n tho cot
ton market tod'ij' followed tho report
on glnnlitg to October 18 Issued by tho
qhiimis' bureau . Tho figures of 0477
397 bales wore far under expectations
Indicating a production fos tho third
ginning period of the season qf only
'2554270 bales the smallest on re-
cord for that porlod.
Brokors Indulged In a riot of buy;
Ing anil urlccs soared 09 to 113 points
In tho frst 15 m!rutes of tha day
carrying tho Decorobtr points up 19.20
coots a pound as compared wlth 18.07
on tho closo yesterday.
1 1 1 1 ii
NTJW YOIIIC. N V.'. Oct 2S The
1 report of tho census bureau on cotton
Klnnad up to October 18 w'as followed
by an cscrltpu" ndvanoo of approximate-
ly J3.76 or bale In Hho cotton market
here this morning.
Tho advance carried December con.
trirts up about peven dollars prr bare
over the low prke of Inst week.
Wt)t Abilene UMp Reporter
. M-ki FULL ASSOCIATED PRTSS REPORTS BY LEASED WIRE ' (
. Grecian Ex-Premier Visits U. S.
BSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBsKaffiBMSssnHsLsBSBSBLsBsLssk -"ibsbsbsbIHB 8sf sm
Elcuthcrlos Vcnlzelos and his brldo as they arrived In Now York to
spcnd.thclr honeymoon In California. .
StosT or i'iii; citoi nn v.v.
fJIXMOl) l)IXJiUi:s stti:mi:.nt
jssri-;i uv tiu; r.rm;.iT or
Till; ci:si s."
(by The ns6ciutscl rress)
WASUtNdTON D. C Oct. 2S
Cotton of thls'ycur' ntctwtli ginned
prior to October 8 amounted to fi.4 7
K St 7 baloa cxuluftho of Hntcfsi cbmpai
cd with 5.7i5-5Sa Vales last Voar and
4.!ia!).101 bub's lit 019 to that date
tho cumins bureau Hnuwiiid today.
Ilouiul bales inoitidett miluborod V'J.-
371. compaieit with H00!iy lt year;
Ainvncsih-liKyptlnp Include! number
cd 7.19S balet-. compared wfth H 31
last year nnd Sea island Includ'ud num-
bered lr'04 bales compuicd with 331
Tho ginning report Included a para-
"The dep.ijtmcnt of agriculture on
October 3. ittjl rstlihatcrl that the
condition of tho cotton .crop Mm Sep.
tember IS was -IL' 2 per oejitjdf.n Por-
tual the loVst crp cvtr reported with
a tolal pi'idoriinn of abortf C.C47 ooo
bales of .100 nounds grgsn Hepotts In-
dicate thu. a large tiroportlon of the
crop has been eltmed." .
The ieaiet ginning On record prloj
'orAhlji sear nvrih tat of lSW vvhsn
l7j3U3153 bales or 64 3 per cent of the
Crop was ginned prior to October J 8
ThO next largest ginning to thafdate
was In 101S whet) (!SJ351 bales or
572 per cent of Uu crop was ginned to
that d.Ue. Olnulng's by 4tates follow:
Alabanuu 42fi.ir.2 Arb-ona. R(J5 Ar-
kansas. 410.454; California 4.012;
Flcrlda. S.127; qeorgln. r.37120;
Jiulslana lOrHRiMliiilHIppI ni2.0)7;
Missouri. '40.333; North Cprellna. 44Jr
DC l; Oklahoma 317140: South Cal'-
ollno 4D42T1; Triinpwee 158-.BGO-Tcvas.
1.740.7GC. Virginia 7 5Q&; all
others 30 70.
l III El IBin
U Kill fit I
1 ill uLl iuU
(Tiv The Associated Pt-cwil
AUSTIN. T nis. Oct 2 7 Secretary J
of Treasuiv MHlonN dcilslon that one
case of beri or as mioh wlno as a phv-;
.lnl.... Il. r.. .. ...i.. '
m. Kin ii.v III-11JIJI ilir It jMLliepi IS
now liiiDwoii in iw nlloii KtntCfl will
bo stopped n To.ns bv tlu- Dean pro-
hibition law. acci'dliiK 'to n Verbal
opinion !' First' Asslstnutr Attorney
General Keelliu- toduy.
Tho Dean law lioldn Hie amount of
whlskeyt beer or wine ld.be prescrib-
ed by a physician (o olie pint and a
period of ten days niimt olapso before
tho patient inav wemiio nhotlier Mr.
Koollng said nnd 'rieorotHry Motion's
ruling will not have aliy of feet on thlb
law. Tho patient lias tjio eholiv of U
pint of whiskey wipe or beei . Mr.
' tBv the Associated prei
ST. I.OUiy. Mo. 'Dot. 2.1 That tho
now regulations which place no Until
on tho riilmbft' of picscvliitlons for
boor a doctor ntay iiwuo would not
cauHO a larxo demand was tho gon-
consus of opinion among several rep-
resontntiva tit LouIk broWern Inst
nlKht. They oxprcMed ddilbt tlmt tlb
now' ruling would causo the resumpt-
ion of brfcvyipK in ait 4umitUp.
Hugo Koidilw prcitiitont of the In-
depepdent Hrewlng AsHoclatlou. taild
that ho did not bellevo lliw full output
of one lalgc St. Lou4h brewery tOul(
bo consumed by the nresfrliitlon
TOUISVII.Li; Ky Oct. Si As-
sumlng that hi owe leu nro iiermltted
to moko beer qiulrr th rulingijust Is-
sued by tho troHsUry depftrtmetit. It
will pot. .bo the "old iauhloned kind''
according to John T. Jlrane. vce.ple-!
Ident of a Iiulsvlllo beverage com
ConlVicnco To Open
(Uy Tho Aso!ltttel I'roB)
DAIUS. TeSf Oct. 25. Commit -teo
meetiiijr Mere hld here today
prellnilnat.y to m ojK-nlng tomorrow
of the fifty fifth annual hcosIoi) of tlw
north Tex(t prtntiiHiwc MethoUt
13plcoiml tlturflr outh. Tli 0011-
foronco has Jttrlwtlctlntt over tha most
populous section of Texag with botu
23S mlnieteriaj' ctare. UUliop V.
N. Alnsworth roitferenca prosudant
was nmonB Hie early an'lyala.
1 in 1.
J . ...1.
lint Mastcriop Dead '
NKW VOllK. N. Y. Oct.'25
Wt II (l)Ht) MuitteMion fornw
or shuilff In the southwest ami
in recunt yearn Sporting' adllor
on the Morning Toletrruph. died
of heatt failure whllt at vvoik
nt Ills df-k i'I iv lt v sstvtv-
6lx jr.irn 1 M
IM PHEVEMTION OF
kinci oi:okoi; ni:i.i i: to havi:
TAKHN DIIIIOT JkAItT IX ItlC-
cr.NT Discrssio.vs of ax ikisii
(Ilv Tim Associated Press)
LONDON. Oct. 2C Tltp view was
cxpieMied at Slnh 1'cln hendouartcrH
this ioreiiuon that tho crisis In tho'
Jrihh confutnce was over for tho pres-
ent . '
. There I a rumor ctiricnt hero this
moinlMg that King Ocoi-je. whoso
keen iiiteroht. Jn a scttlei 9 nt Is' un-
iueation(jd ti inunlfi-rTod in his ud-
drow last June lit Hulfast ml;ht. If
necessary ijso tiny lofluice ho pos-
sessed within the limits ot tho British
constitution to harmonize thq con-
futing view points lp tho conference.
Tin tv was no outward sign that such
intervention would take pluco and It
was obvious (ho king's lnfluencu
would JiU to bo e.xerted with tho
.greatest caution if at all. It vun as-
serted by some newspapers that Frlnic
Minister Uojd Oeorge had put tho
dliat question to tho Irish delegates
.MSteiduy whether they would recoir-
Dtzc tillKgiuttcc to tho king as pait of
the Irish policy the word "king"
.standing lit litis case aH tho synonym
of Ijrltlsh supremacy with ull that
Jt vuiallfr. . - -.
What anMvor If any was given was
Krerj thing at present seems to do-
pond on whether a formula bywhlch
differences muy bo reconciled can be
A commitlge understood to copslst
of tho primo pilnls'.or and ' Austen
Chumbiluin for tho JJr'tlsh govcrn-
meiil and Arthur Grlifl J and Mich-
ael CdllliiH for tho Dail i0ho.mii wih
appointed to dlsewm thl mutter but
M'l-re wus utile spucuiatlou huro to-
iay oji tho-forjii buch an agreement
was likely to atfumo.
Tho Dally Mull ileclnre.l k rnnnH
WaM ciinont lu tho lobbies of parlia-
ment last night that 11 conipromlso
might bo found If the Sinn l'on dele-
gate would ntrrce dud affirm that tho
conference Was to discuss tho associa-
tion tit Ireland wltlj the nations mak-
ing up the llritfsll umpire. It was hald
that In no case would tho Conference
in ua leiireu mat. being elected to
offU'e nj H'puUllcunB tho Irish dele
S'Uei1 'l not finally accept u fori:
of 1lHh Kovernmont -within tho cm
! pirn without fmthur reference to til
lrisli people. Offiilal atithoiMv fnriln!
! niinom ufloat last night was not
HUBS OVER LINE
(Ilv The As9nctniAil pi
HOUSTON To. Oct 2!. Freight
umiis arc iiMiig operated over cvorv
illvlslou then has been no curtail
ment 01 any passenger service on any
lnrt ot tho. system niiieo. tho irnini-n.
Hon of'lho strike and switch ongines
"" woi-k in every yard of any Im-
pollanCQ on tho lines of the Interna-
tional aijd' Orpat Northern llailway
Cotnpuny company officials declared
litre today the fourth day of the
trlke of COO trninmon who wore In
the road and yard wvlea on tho
Altogether there nrc omething like
2300 tiiwi on tho International and
Great Northern synteut vJ10 would Uu
uffoctcd if the general mrko begins
The peui'i-ni Offices of the IUtoinn-
tloiial and Qreat Northern reported
that last night tjnee freights were run
overj tha Houston ilMainn nnn
fretcht trrtlns wero rtperated between'
irouyiw and I'Hiortliid.and over the
llpe into Shu Antonio.
Py The Associated Press! '
VALM8TINB.' Txlp Oct. 85. Tlio
Htrlke on the Intornatlonal and Great
oithern railroad of some G00 brake.
men; nnd Hwltchnieii. members of the
uicMiietnooii of llhilroad Tralnfjton. i
.... inn uny niiiPiiy Willi
company. of flelMla expreasliifr the opln
ion that freight wnloa would be fur-
ther oxtahded today.
atlike leaders were Inclined to- dis-
credit a Htatenient by a. O. Goforth
general manager of the' road Hint
eleven freight trains had boon oper-
ated over the system yestorday. Strlk-
era will continue their "hands off"
policy leaders declared adding that
the tto up was 100 per oent coniplot
Mr. Ooforth In his statement tsstmj
last nlglit said passenger train se4vico
hod len maintained yesterday on
schedule time and that freight trains
had batm operated ofi three divUIous
C.alvpston. Fort Worth and Uirodo.
Switch pngineanlso had operated In all
trjinjls im nrdlng to the statement.
mil rtrrpn'il tiainntrn were being
1 n 1. Vert djiK tu assist Joial cm
llj 1 to rr habilitate tho iseiuce.
E. . RAILWAY
TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 23 1921
REPUBLICAN LEADER INTRO
DUCES RESOLUTION TO
EXPEL ABILENE MAN.
MB. BUNTDNIS ABSENT
Alleged Action of Tcxag Congress-
man in Printing Matter in
Congressional Record was
Basis for Action.
WllttKM.Vri U'. Vu. Oct.
- Wlien Infonncil here today of
llio Introduction of 11 resolution
calling for !im cxpiilclon front llto
1hiiic of representatives Itcprc-
hcntatlic lUantQit said:
"I'll be back In tho house nt
1:3(1 o'clock tomorrow artcnioon
nnd Mliat I liavf to wiy lu this
matter will bo told on the floor."
Mr. Ulanton who Is to iiuiko
nil address licrc tonight declined
lit continent further 011 lite Mib- .
(Oy the Associated Press)
WASHINGTON P. C Oct. 25.
i;pluslon from the house of repre-
sentative Thomas i Blanton dem-
ocrat. Texas was called for In n reso-
lution presented today by Ilepresonta-
tivo Mondcli republican leader.
.Tho. ground for tho inovo to expel
was publication in tho ConRresslbnal
Itccord as part of alt extension qf re-
marks by Illantou Of an affidavit re-
lating to n iow nt tio government
printing office which affidavit was
characterized by some house members
us ob.scepo and unfit for transmls-j
sum inroiign ttc mails.
In Blnntoh's absence consideration
of tho resolution was deferred "until
Tho resolution offered by Mr. Mon-
"WJiqrcas.Thonias J. Blanton re-
presentative from trie seventeenth dis-
trict of the state of Texas did on
October -I 1921 ask unanimous con-
sent to extend his remarks in the con-
gressional record 'upon tho Imnrovo-
monts In the government printing of-'
flee' which consent was granted by I
1110 House- and.
"Contrary to Itules"'
"Whet-can under such nermlsslnn
tho said Thomas l. Blanton did In-1
sort and cause to bo printed in the
Congressional Itecard for Saturday.!
October 22 1921 grossly Indecent nnd 1
obscene languago unworthy of a I
member of the ltnuso of reprcsenta
tives contrary to tho rules ot tho
itousfir derogatory to its dignity and
fn violation ot its confidence there-
fore: bo' It?
"ncsolvcd that tho said Thomas
U Blanton by his conduct as afore
said has forfeited all rights to sit as
a representative in tho sixty seventh
Congress and is hereby expelled und
declared to be no longer a member Of
Upon the conclusion of tho reading
01 uio resolution. Mr. Mondell an-
iiounced that Representative Blan-
ton's offlco had been notified It
Would bo introJUccd.
"But ho did not answer to pis
name" Mr. Mondell said. "Is the
gontlonian from Texas present?" ho
There was no respo"nse.
"This Is a very serious matter" tho
republican leader continued" "but t
does not npptjar.to bo seemly to pro-
coed with Us consideration In his
Act on Thursday
Mr. Mondell then gnvo notice that
it would bq called up-on tomorrow
but -on suggestion of Representative
Gariett. Tennessee democratic leader
tho timo for a pte on tho resolution
was fixed fop linrm Thnrsilnv.
Another resolution' for Blanlon'si
expulsion was prepared by Represen-
tativo McLaughlin republican. No-
brfska. and was about to bo dropped
Into tho honso hopper when Mr. Mc-
Laughlin was Ihformed that one would
bo presented by Mr. Mondell.
The Nebraskan's resolution charg-
ed that publication of tho offending
affidavit lu tho record "made It un-
juailablo." ami also nitulo members of
congress "labo to criminal prosecu
tion and puulshtnent If they know-
ingly hq'd enpsed It to bo 'mailed.
Announcement; was jnada that the
Texas delegation would meet tomor-
row to act on tho Blanton case. There
was a suggestion from democrats that
the resolution of expulsion bo amend-
ed to censure only.
Inquiry nt Uepresontatlvo Blanton's
offico au to tho congressman's where-
abouts brought forth that ho had
Bono to Wheeling "West Virginia to
muke an address. Tho representative
whose homo Is in AbHono Texas Is
sorvlng his third term in congress.
By a strango coincidence today is his
A succession of spectacular clashes
on tjio floor has marked the careor of
tho Tcxnn in tho house. LaH week
after Uluntou had bitterly attacked
union railroad men for "dcolurlttg war
on tho pooplo of the United Slates" by
planning to strike Representative
Burke t republican Pennsylvania
U. S. Department of Agriculture
AUirBNK. Oct. 2C KOr Abilene
nnd vicinity tonight and Wedhesday
I pattly cloudy to cloudy probably rain
Sunset . . .
p m. 7 a m.
Prv tliermdnn r 78
Wtt fliermonietcr 59
JJtlntlvo humidity 31'c
'. - -r j
V.V jt i .... sa G
VvV ' .... 83 ' 6"
-vfe 4 '.... 83 C5
rWiv0-Jl 1 6 .... 82 C3
VMT L1 6 .... Sp 69
(S 7...78 6S
& IcP I 8 'G B?
m"M. 11 .... 71 71
Mdgt . .70' ..
fMMJfc t .. . .1 J.iin" i III I n Kill I 1 1 I wig
aord Reading Viceroy ana Gov-
irnr General of India in Ms robes
ts 13 rand Master of Uio Order of
thpiar of India. Hq .Is having his
hands full with an uprising. In
BY THE OFFICERS
fBy The Associated Press)
NI3V YORK. X. Y Oct. 25
Threo automobile bandits who held
up u United Sltrles mull truok In Iovv-
or Broadway lata last plght escaping
with Tour pouchos of tcftlstered mall
were being sought by tho police and
post offico Inspectors todnv.
Posinl authorities said tbey w'cre
unable to ft tho Value ot tho stolen
mail much of which had originated in
tho "Wall street dlstilct. Ono of the
Inspectors on tho wise howcVr. was
.reported to lme told city detectives
tho pouches contained about $1000
000 In mot ey nnd negotiable paper.
Other estimates fi.ed tho value of tho
liaul around $100000.
Frank Uuvi-.mck driver of tio truck
was detained lty tho polco to look
over suspects exported to bo brought
m ns a result of a city vvldo ulurm
boudded. a half hour after the hold-
Jlavratick told tho poltco ho had
proceedo'd only a fevv blocks on Ills
run ftont tljo city hall btation to the
general -postofflcu opposite tio l'oun-
sylvpnia terminal when a groon tour-
Job' car bearing tlireo lmn overtook '
him. Two stood on the running board
with pistols which tltoy levelled at
blip with tho command to slow down.
When -ho' compiled Ilnvranck said
ho was ordered to' turn Into Icunard
street and stop. Tho bandits then
dragged hlni front his .seat find forc-
ed him to givo up tho key to tho
truck gates Whllo ono covered hfm
with a pistol Ilavrattek nald the
others climbed Inside tho truck select-
ed four pouchos from tho load ot
seventeen ahd threw them into tho
touring cur. 'rhen tho trio tumbled In-
to tho ear and hped away first warn-
ing Ilavnuitk not to follow. Aa soon as
tltoy hail turned 11 corner Iluvranck
started his truck In pursuit but the
green car had dlhatipoured apd ho re-
ported tho holdup tp tha police.
WASHINGTON. V. C. Oct. 26
Howard of SC.000 to any peison
brinKlnB- In "dead or illlve'1 any ono
of tho threo automobjlo bandltp who
late last nlglit held up a United Htates
mall truck In New York Was today
offered by I'otdntaster General Hays.
-IloportH to tha postnffico depuil-
ment were said to Indlcuto that so fur
as known tho loot pf the biindlta
did not exceed $60000. Tlio full
strength of tho departments Inspec-
tion forco wu8 at work attempting to
clear up tho case.
' 1 11
Aiding Childress C. of C.
CIIMni3SS. Texas. Oct. 5 II.
H. Kllzey representing tho Wost Texan
Chamber of Commerce is in Childress
for the purpose of conducting a mom-
borshll drlvo to fltiattco tile ChJldress
Chamber of Commeico for tho current
year. Ho Is cn-oporatlng with both the
Senior and Junior Hoard-of Directors.
formorly an nctlvo momber of tHo
conductors brotharhood. c1ihi-c'i! lie
hnd matHt falsa statemonle ar In tho
rosuiinnt ciasn mo words 'liar' and
"dirty dps" -were passed
Tho houso waa throwli into wild
confusion ono day last spring when
noproscntntlvo Bumners. democrat.
Texas.' chargod that Blanton know
when ho-sent reports back to Toxus
that If It was pot for him congress
would havo votod to incret-a tho sal-
prlpa ot fcouatprH and repivbe-iitatlvos.
that spelt wtatqnionts were "false us
Mo tubers of the house repeatedly
cheered bumners whllo ho waa attack-
ing his colleague.
Representative Blanton has a rep
ntatlon for demanding nvro roil calls
than any member of tho house
lAdHF Av '1
I mMPntv I
kl:; im ki xr
MAIL BANDITS UW
B HOADWAY SOUBHT
CDUWTY OFFICIALS CONFLICT IS SEEN
OltM .ll'UY UIU'OUT CHAUUr.S
II MlOiy CO UN TV O V V I C K II S
WITH j:.MJ3ZZIiKMI!NT AS UK
St I.T Ol" A I'UPUIj.
(ItyThe Associated Press)
BKAIMONT Texas Oct. SS.li'our
offlclulK of Hardin County Texas
Were at liberty today On substantial
bonds following their nrrests In con-
nection with Indictments relumed
ngnlnst them by the grand Jury chnrn-
log cniboMlcment of nubile funds
.They are:. County Judgo U O. Hurley
County Auditor Charles M. Mclvlm and
county Commissioners H. A. Chahco
and Albert Cook
Tho Hardin County grand Jury re-
port t'ohttneikUng removal of tho four
officials charges thai tho commission
crs' couit has been nnd'ls tmnsnottnfir
the buslnoss for tho county lit a
flagrnntlv gross negligent and care-
less manner that Its 'mnnnor nnd
methods ot lmvlntf work done and per-
formed and In payment for mttio
seems to have boon dono with nn ut.
tor disregard Tor the host Interests of
tho county nnd lfs citizenship and In
iniinv Instances with ap utter contempt
Arrest of Judge Hurley nnd tho
otho- officials named lit tho Indict-
ments was ordered by tho county at-
torney immediately following tho
grand' Jury's uctipri. It culminated in
"what Is said to havo been a discussion
of the nllcBod misapplication ot liar-
uin (oitntv funds for soveral months. '
Funds said to have been misapplied j
are alleged in Uio orftclal report to
havo boon accredited .to road and
bridge building. It Is hllcgod thrtt the
comiiilssIonetH'coiirt had nbknowloiUo
of the amount kind Or character of
"But. notwithstanding their' utter
lack of information" tho report hocs
on to state "and their failure to titko
UP or rccelvij stch work they paid tho
bills therefor ranging Into soveral
thousand dollars without -JCh bills bo.
ing- itemized Verified or supported by
any sort of ovldanCo or correctness
nnd without bearing any dates weeks
or mouths or oven years when such
put ported work was trone.'
WASHINGTON D. C. Oct. 25.
I'resldQiit Iluidli.g loft Washington' at
0 o'clock tlilh morning on a special
train for a.foui-.dtty trip through tho
South his first Visit to that section
since his inauguration.
T'vroo nddrcssoH are to bo made by
tho president during the trip two nt
Hlrmlnghani Alabama which olty is
celebrating tho noml-centeniilal of Its
founding nnd ono nt Atlanta. A ston
will bo marto nt Camp Bonnlng apor-
gin for Inspection of tlio infantry
nut. i iiiet'c. Ttio president expects to
return to Washington Friday.
Touchers In SchsIoii.
UIO yiMIJNf! Tex. Oct. 26. Tlio
Howard Co mil y Tencbcra instltuto
convened lu Uig Spring Monday 'for a
flvo days session. Forty teachers fiom
J. 01 den Glasscock and Martin coun-
ties are here to take part In tho Insti-
tute. CIS SIM TO
Tho fit st cash money received by
Chairman It. W. Huynle of tho Salvn.
tlon Army appeal canto Tuesday
morning in a donation of $100.00 given
by nn "Unknown Soldier." Tho oung
man apparently a farmer boy.wnlkod
Into Mr. Haynle's office nnd said "I
want to make a donation to tho Sal-
vation Army and I want to know
If I can make Jt without lotting my
name .bo known In it." Mr. IJuynlo
wlio did not know tho younjr man
aaaurert h(m ho could make such a
donation and expecting to bo hvmlod
U flvo or ten dollar subscription was
anrprlscrt beyond measure whan tho
young man throw dnwn flvo twenty
dollar bills on tho desk und said
"There's J l oooy j wnnl to give. I
think tho Salvation Army Is worthy
and I want to show my appreciation
of It by giving what I cun."
Chultman Unynlo nupstlohod the
young man furthor and learned that he
had boon lu the army where ho loarn-
ed to appt'oclnto tire work done by
tho Salvation Army for the good of
humanity "That explained why he
gave me the $100.00.'' said Mr. Hay-
tile. "Ho gaVQ it nnd ho mild he waa
glad to give It. This lit Itself ought
to bo an incentive for otltor pooplo
to holp rnlso Taylor County's quota.
This unknown soldier dld'nt Walt to
be onlled on by a nolleltor; but ho
walkod right Into my office and laid
irtown the money. It Is 11U0 notlceablo
Unit tho first-cash money that I have
received for tho Salvation Army In
this yuttrV appeal came fiam an un.
known soldier who didn't care for.
publicity but for the good ot the
cause. Whenever a fellow gives volun-
tarily Without being approached It
yhows tha proper plrlt " 5
Tho Indies' committee In charge ot
the Salvation Army appeal union: tho
womei of the county arp workl'tft
hard on the proposition throuwU the
Women's olubt of the city att.t county.
. Thursday. October 27th 'had been
designated as Salvation Army Day In
Mia schools of tho city ond ooun'.v'.
Whllo no solicitation has boon mado
on the part of the teaohora in t ny
of the schopls. nil parents who wish
to give through thoir sc'.iools and nl
children In tho schools who wish to
give to tint cause aro asked to bring
te Bubserlptlon olthor In oaslt or n
pledge to tho teacher at their classes
on Thursday of this wcok.
Chairman Haytila stated Tuesday
morning that -In case any ono wants
to contribute to the Salvation Army
fund am) who has not been solicited
he or sho can mat! or bring i-Ikn k or
donation lu hs ffi 0 on t-'1 f rth
"' -t Uio 1 Ki'na Nation l iunk
L uldi' "
iFDH soinnEim THIP
PlE FIVE CENTS
OVER BOARD ORDER
BROTHERHOOD HEAD TELLS
CHAIRMEN THEY NEED NOT
BARTON IS STANDING PAT
Notifies Warren S. Stone Call for
Meeting Wednesday Applied
to Chairmen as Well as
Illy tha Associated Press)
CbliVKUNU Ohio Oil. 25.
Notwithstanding tha railway labor
board 1)hh cited all gatteral chairmen
at the "big- five" Vallroad transport
tallpfi organisations to appear before
tho board tomoirevV Wnrren S. Stone
president ot thu Urutherhood of Lo-
comotive ISitKineers today snld ho had
notlflod tho general chairman Ot his
orga nidation they need not respond
to tho citation.
IDy Tha Associated Preae)
CHICAGO. )H.r Oct. 2S Tho Un-
ited States railroad labor board went
Into oxocutlvo sesalon this afternoon
to consider tho situation arising in
tho misunderstanding on the part ot
some ot tho big four. brotherhood lead-
ers ns to the meaning ot tho board's
order suminot ty 1400 general chair-
men of tho unions tb attend tho hear
Infr herd tomorrow
Tho labor board lids afternoon ask-
ed tho AsHOiiatlou of Hullroad Exec
utives to .sfitd a commlltco to meet.
With tun boaid ut 3 O'clock No an;
nouticemont was nitulo or the au
JccIh to bo dtfecussed.
Tho cOmnilttee cf executives will bo
asked to give the board first hand In-
formation us to their plans nnd their
position f tho 'threatened strike mat-
orluIlzoM -It was learned at thu labor
board. 'Out; purposo In calling them
Is tile oitme as when wo called tho
union presidents hero last week" a
pipinber of tho board said.
Tho labor board In its executive ses-
sion completer plans for the hearing
tomorrow. After nn opening stnto-
inont by Chhlnnnn U. M Barton ex-
plaining tho reaBon for tho summons
each sldo will bo given an opportunity
to present a statement with ciohs ox-
umlitntioit to follow.
Tho board Will nit ns a KCml-Judlc-lal
body to determine whethor its ol-
der of'.luy 1 reducing wages has been
or la about to b'o violated by cither
side. Tho method of procedure will
bo much tho same as In a contempt
action it was explained.
CHICAGO Ills. Oct 25 Judje
II. M. Uarton. chilli man of tho Un-
ited HJrttes labor bArd. t today tolc-
'graphed te heads ot tho four broth-
erhoods all 'the switchmen's uplon
reiterating previous announcement
that all general chairmen nro expect-
ed to attend tho hearing starting here
Judgo Harlon made public tolcgrams
exchanged with the biothcrjuood lcad-
ors as glvon to Tho Associated Press
at Cleveland and announced ho had
sent tho following answer;
"All pat Ilea havo been notified to
nppour. Tho board desires nnd cx
livcta their presgnqo."
W. S. Carter president of the Broth
ei hood of l-ocumotlvo Firemen and
Hngtiienion telegraphed tho board this
"My understanding Is either party
catt bo represented by counsel and that
all tallroad executives will pot bo
present in porson. I'eu&o wire mo 'J
my understanding Is not correct "
Mr Barton's general messago follow-
ed. CHICAGO. Oct. 25. Hallway exe-
cutives met here today and loaders of
tho big flvo brotherhoods In Cleveland
IP filial contcrencea boforo their Joint
nppenraiicq at tltp railroad labor board
tomorrow vWHcir the board hones win
lend to n peaceful settlement of the
strike cnllgd for next Sunday
Tha Coliseum scono of many nation-
al political conventions nnd other no.
tablo gatherings was Obtained by lh
board for the hearings beginning
Wednesday to accommodate the hun-
dreds of tallroad employes und execu-
tives and the public.
NO plan of settlement will bo pre.
sentcd by the board It was under-
stood but must come from enh'-r the
(Continued on page two)
BE SOUGHT SOON
uicrnoiT. Mtnii n.. -. v fi
nite plan for re-unltlug the Methodist
I'.'plscopal church north and south
la Jo be made here immediately pro.
coding the world conference of tho
Methodist ISplKcopal church that opens
November 14. Announcement that tho
commission on Methodist tinlflratlnn.
composed ot representatives of tho
northern church would hold a session
here to man a tirotnim for tlmt nun.
poae was. mado today by Bishop. Theo-
wore S Henderson head of tho church
When tl)e plan la formulated Bishop
Hendenlan tjl1 It wilt hn Hiihmitta.i
to the llhlflnottnn hninmloulnn nt tl.
southern rliiiroJi If unlflnntlnn I- at.
fected. illshop Ucinltrson added tho
ijiurcjt wouui oa mo largest ot the
1'rotent.unt denominations In the
I'olli-eimm KllU Atim
'11 'tie AasooMtad Press)
FOHT WOItTH. Tex. Oct 35.
An unidentified whlto man waa shot
and Instantly killed horo early today
by a policeman who believed him to
bot an automobile thief Two women
and n nu oscaped whllo the police-
twin cluwed tho fourOt member ot
Special Train Is Uml
(By Tha Associated Press)
PAItlS. Oct. ac.A apcclul train
bearlue tho bpily of America's un
known soldier left Tarla tor Havre at
II. -20 (VLMOck Ml I a Tnrtfnlnt. rnufc .i.-
ncrlvert hero last evenlne from Cha-
.... n.....ianw anu an American
'" '"' "r inor iatehcd over It tlurn
1 IV ll aj"t
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