The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 134, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 9, 1923 Page: 1 of 10
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2Tfje Abilene Batty &eport
PULL ASSdOIATEQ PRESS REPORTS BY LEASED WIRE
VOLUME XXV.-. Number 134
ABILENE TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1923 TEN PAGES
PRICE FIVE CENTS
AMARILLO MAN GOES TO
TRIAL ON WMTECAPPING
CHARGE RECENTLY FILED
GREETING LLOYD GEORGE
Y -H OME
" I'1 " ' I'll r tiiTifmnritnn wMimiils n ju.
AMERICAN POLICY WITH
RESPECT TO EUROPE WILL
NOT BE ALTERED ONE BIT
White House Gives Out Statement Asserting:
It Will Stand Firmly on Proposal
Of Secretary Hughes
District Attorney Asks Prospective Jurors
Whether They Believe In Justice In
Courthouse Or Cow Pasture
AtiAlULi0 Oet 3. Ptos-
peCliVo jurors tn the trial of .T. W.
Stanford ofpn charge of White cap-
ping In qortnoetlon with thi recent
flOgglHg Ot 15 T. .McDonald Weie
being naked by Uoyd Fletcher dis-
trict attorney. If tney believe in
Irlal In the courthouse or in a cow
pasture.' The Jury Is expected to
be completed itnd Introduction of
testimony started during the after-
noon. Stanford also In under Indictment
far alleged assault with a prohibit-
ed weapon and Wltl aggravated
assault in the same rase. Five
other men including Sheriff Less
Wliltaker ohd County Attorney
Ilonry Ford were Indicted In con-
nection with the flogging of lc
Donald and their trials probably
will follow Stanford1 cone.
McDonald a railroad worker
was seized on t downtown Street
last August taken to the country
In an automobile and severely
whipped. t-ater a coat of tar and
toRther wan poured ovrr his body
nhtl lie wan left In a critical oordl-
tlon but finally ma dp hli way to a
hospital where lie mob under trclt-
lncnf for two week.
WAMIIXOTON. Oct. 0.
V three !
billion bushel crop of "om this
yoai- was forecast today by the de-j witness admitted she had lived tin-
nnrtment of agriculture Indb-i-.der four different unmes. Including
tlons nro that this year's crjp will
bo tlm fourth largest corn produc-
lion irt history. It Is the fourth
'Um ft crop of three bltlloti biinliel.s
or more has been grown.
Th wheat 'Md wbh placed at
7S1.7JT.W0 pusheln In rHmlaary
ratintat.. flt l 7.WOflo bai-
els 1j than forecast a mouth ao.
Preliminary eallmat of the
vL.bi. r ..tJf.n ..t.M Ji.miftil
wheat crop Included Ml.ase.oiw
with S6tM00 busliea last year
and 213.551.000 bushels of aprlngf
mitBst compared with .a forecast of 1
i nannnn i...i.t. n mnntli rito
and a crop of 275887 noo hushebirJurv and then refused to answer
last year. Durum wheat produc-further question-
tfon included In snrlne wheat. l
estimated at 45.779000 bushels.
The preliminary estimates and
forecasts based on he condition Hould degrade vou'"
of tho crop on October 1 or at "rjoth." she answered.
tlmo of harvest. Included.- I .
Oals 1.302 453.000 bushels: bar-J Womuu I Wounded
ley. 18 251.000 buehlea; rve fit.-i IAItIMOR&. N. D. Oct. 0.
774.000 bushels; buckwheat 13.- Mrs Rosa May was shot and ser-
037000 bushels; potatoos. 401.- iously Injured at hej- farm homo
484000 bushels; sweet potatoes. I a fewr m'les from here today" by
0G.3&0.Q0Q ImsheUr flax seed. 19.-' Fred Brandt. who Inter shot and
6S3.000 bushehn rice. 12 737 now
nushels: tobacco 1 461.711 000
pounds; peathea 4S 155000 busli-
ols: apples 190 727 000 bushel.
hay flame) ft 38.000 tons; bay
fwlbt) UJ7 6000 tons
bests. B.esa.OOO tonsj grain
ghunts lo5iT7000 bushels
nut. 605.771000 pounds.
The condition of the ciop on.
October 1. or at the time of har-J
vest was- j
Corn. S2.0 per eeht of a normim
buckwheat. 77. ; potatoes 78 1.f
sweet potatoes SOS: flax nerd!
caii .!.. i tin t.ii.iirfu lis en- r
2 1; grain sorghum
Toms OH Men MMt
' FT. "WORTH. Oct. 9 Twa hun-
dred Tex.is oil men members of
the Texas Louisiana division of the
MW-eontlnent fias association are
in session here foday. presided -er
bjf V" T. t'ollett of FT- Wonh.
The annual ele.-tion of offii-ers will
be held this afternoon followed bv
a banquet tonight The delegates
will Ieae at midnight aboard a
special tt.un fr Tua to ottenl
the petroleum fpoitlon.
DID IT DIE OF
DOSE OF POISON
-rfHITB PLAINS. N. Y . Oct.
-The grand Jury will continue to
investigate the circumstances su
rounding the deatii or
trade Gorman Avebb we.
York aod-' Phiiadelph
woman despite the f&ct t
ical' experts testified btrdjv
that -stiff icint jiolson had nt been'
found to hdt caused de.Uh
After seven doctors had finished
their tettinuy. u was stated on
giaed authority that D strict Attor-
ns UowUad rcuetd ibat tjie Ui-
vft&ttgiitiOB b drp4. TJse Jury
however demaadj that oaoto w --
nscsas ba sununoned.
Th Jiury asked that Chai b )
Wt husband the woman .
givta on opportunity t t. i hi-
de of the story Mr Wv b w ia
invltvd t' appear tun.mrun
I'oothiill llji.r D.i
'ABM la . Oct t Injuries au-
atijMMl ia the Aiufs-Minneaoi-i
football aame at iltut-d polls '-
uvday whan most of the Mianesu'
team piwd uo ton ot n.ru lo u on
tackle phj t- but in. tht dulh
vt4Uy cf J ' i 1 i -tar i.
'gro tackk . I . l .- i
leee team i. -. - . i
roeii di s.eveiely cru-ba ana iBvvpiuwn o cos
were unaL.e to ofcviute. tl.n. a
FALSELY IN CASE
NEW YOiTK. Oct- 0 Mrs Tt" o
Xtll Miller a negreM of Oilmen
Who was tilt- principle witness f r
the plaintiff yei.p "i Hi- li
vorce suit of i; i mkps.
wealthy hotel ownei nr.lnit Mr".
Helen Klwood 8toke tiin minu-
ted under cross ex.iriitn itimi bv
Samuel Unterjmer. li ttkes'
roundel that she bad connnltted
deliberate perjury In answering
question nlmut her putt-
When questioned lv Mr T'ntcr-
mvw1 Mt- M Her Who had deelai '
cd she bid been in'.ril"il hoiiiI'
timet Wt unlble to give drf.nitc I
the dates "I the in m i.iirr t At
first she !-iji1 ho had muilnl n
man mmei Murpbv in Cltv Hall '
New Yolk but later r.n severe i
cross examination bv the defensu J
counsel retracted this statement.
declared It false nml admi'trd that
She had committed deliberate per
was n nitres
Mrst Miller said she wis a wait
ress at one time In the tea room
35th street. New York.
to the stand today sho
he had delivered food to
partment of ISdgan T. val-
t inrn HOil lliii iMunu .win. otvnta
there tn scantv attire.
LTnder cross-examination the
(that of NeHie Murphv She used ' ' '
' . . .. . . . . . Innnnuned lain l:it nlrVil Hint I m
name in .Murpny. sue saiu. oe-
cause a man of that nama na
lo m.irrv her She was
umbl to reuiemwr the data oc(tnougi no was noi aenousiy m n i
wer previous marriage.
Thn she declared pointedly that
ah had bn maxrled to Munh4Mel city for a lower climate
In City- Halt. New York. A few jliafora a complete euro ot the
minutes later she retracted thtaj throat irohble could ba oxpected.
Uia..An t... .u.i.1 4'i.niialul Atlliaosli nit off'frlal atittamani
:ih.i .im hoi) mid in utttriith under
Whan Mr. TJnlermyer rxplalneal
the situation to her. she admitted
liavlncr committed deliberate ner-
' Ho you refuse axea Mr. lTn-
Itemyer. "because an answer would
incriminate ou or because It
Kineu nimseic. i lie snooiuig is ne
beved to hae bien the r"ult i.f
beved to bae been the rv-ult
differences between the two which
existed fur some time.
PASTOR TO AID
CHICAOO Oct. 9 Rev Nirno-
Jaa Suur rhKv ot 1-tdine) . I'a
wbM wife Hundy ehot and killed
Iiih iiicces9or. Rev. FUil Ktetsuk.
in Ht Mnbail the Aiihantl
thurth aiilve! in Chicago tod.tj
and immediately asked to see his
In hr'cell the woman. who a
rojunei jury let ommendt d -terday
hould be held fui uiurdi-r
cuutinued to n-i that -Uu killed
I Father Htetsuk "for the masses"
aud "when 1 am executed the peo-
ple W'll understand"!
Ishe his no fear of I the gallows
'I Mtit believe she was in her
! right mind when he killed Faihfi
HtetMife.' said hr faunbnd 'She
h is alas been mo gentle and it
bren audi a htlp to me in my iwis-
tortunes lie iu is n H-ia no
fur him still would be pastor
St N'u hulas church here. Now
ould give mv hfe to help lur."
WHICH HIT HOCK
&AN FRAJCCIk:o. Oct. 9. The
mot or ship Keoaecott. cargo carri
er for Seattle from the Orient.
- .t. ..a .. .i I Iahamaa's relatives and Xriaada-
1 ob the rocks and washad TbB mltaik re81iJu.d lo tht tjjji
vy seas ha beea loatel ' 0f DAtu Tantong and the Mores
dcfiu.tel ai a point co ihe noith
aijt shoie .of tjijci n Ciw luite i.-i
iai.d Al4ka j'tcnin t j a v m
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The emeigeacy botttry of the
radiu euuipnieat ou the aaeiorsbip
sivwly plaxjig out accuTbng to
a lacci tic-m uu-tuse reteive.-i
bv th ircdtial M.iaLh cuuipauj
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MEXICO CITY. Oct. 9. rrcsl-
Mhtlf niifnnntl'a nai-snni I i1 t rtalrs let n
- - -
I'oonaiiion ot wic cmei mu-uuio it-
mained tne same ami fiat ai-
woum oo ii-tn.-y ii mn ii.i.ii
to isav tna extreme nuiiuciv oi
Ifioa been Jirode It to believed pro-!
labia that Prealdent Obregon will
start soon for IHe Chanala. Jal-
fsco state. Th trip was planned I
for last week but was delajed bo-'
'cans of an ii8Kiu.itl..n of the
president's luoiuhial trouble.
LOriBVIIXK. Ky Oct
More than one thousand represen-
tatives of retail lumber concerns
from all' parts of the L'nited Statese
were expected here today for the
opening of the seventh annual con-
Iventleu of National Retail Lutr-
tber iJealeis association.
j Building totts aie 20 percent
lower today than thev wre dur- '
ing the war." K. P. Allen director
huf the National Lumber associa- i
tion Washington. told national
'and st.tt xcutives of the letail '
association -it a iirelunlnury meet-
ng last night.
1R0 LOVE Hi
UANIIwV Ott 9 liadaiva Is a
Moio girl Customs aud iel)gnu
........... ; r..-..i. j At.i .r lurm i-
her the eJemeni of a. happy ro-
manuc life as would have beeo or-
dinarlly hers as a Wrtbiight. Si1
irr . iv- ...!. i -... n
yauag Mojto from another tribe !
and v&weu to marry.
True to her promise llodaiya. in
44h s4rl 1j2?. Of rt
the paternal hoaa to her lorer
and was married. The iru of her
parents and fellow tribesmen wss
i aroused and ecinity grew between
mil that uf her husband.
marriage had'alieady tak-
ad the best that cwuld
'It done Was to demand a ricn
dowi fiom the family and tribe
of Labamaa XJeniami was iuade
fur that dowry ebw lladaja. shoud
return tu ier bmiu and ubaudou
her husband Dat the UcSwry was
So liadaiya's trifeestuea took th3
law bus their bauds aud asaultJ
Sa!ip All and Strang for whkh
cniiitt the aasaiU&ts Sasiin Bu')
Ah-4ii liavoriki and Mj.ii.aii;. yter-
prusri Ultd J.U 1 tnv led of hOHIl-
Ii 'llu s.il' t iuWI leMrllt.
caiimaaod the lower cinirt's deci-
Sasiin is to serve three successive
tenuis of Iniprisonnient of it yeajs
and one day e.cch Buto Uu sue-
ukat; terms ot li vears and un-
da fj h. a' 1 VSIItf llrfVulig a I
U j 4 i j if i: i ca.s '. I
jioiot'v psyisg mdeninitv lo th
Jfaai.iies vf the-r tctiats. 1
OF FIRE WHICH
WIPED OUT FOUR
r.vnrnil mi:n in win at-
rn:.Min' to iinscn; ins cim..
IIKKN rilOM HliA.n I N
NEW YOnK. Ort. 0. A hea5
odor of kerosene over hanging the
rums oc tour rramo lenements in
Brooklyn led police today to sur
found tho neighborhood In search
of Incendiaries suspected of setting
a fire in which charl&t Camaratta
dteil In it. vnlii Attaimit tn Hint the
Ityua of UU. Xltreo ohllili'on C'nmar-
gtla carried his Wffa through the
flames to the street She is at a
hospital unaware of the fate of her
threats and bootleg fembi wcie
brouaht to the police by many of
the 100 people made horoel
when they learned It was suspec
the fire had been set
The fire started on the ground
floor of the building in which the
Camarattas mcd. riremen and ol-j
tinteeia flau vd In several spectac-
ular rescues of dwellers Who w'rel
overcome or lost their way In the
rush to fire escapes.
II. W. linker Die
SPRINGFIELD. Mass. Oct 9.
Harris IV. Baker. 54 ice president
uf th O and i'. Merrlam company
dictionary oublishers died today
:.: . .. i. .. At (
lie wan me uii oi uir a . -.t
Maker for manv jtats president ir
the inmpany and was a nuti of
CJHCAOO. Oct. 9. Optimism
regarding the economic condition
of Europe was expressed by J. Og-
den Armour President of Armour
and company upon hs return ueicj
after months abroad. I
"Business is better especially tn
regard to meat exports ana 1 am
connuenc cvrupn m j.ii6 kv
its pre-war condition" Mr. Armour
said "The greatest hindrance now
is i he Ruhr situation England
and France ara on beiter terms.
unemployment is lessening and tne
.-r'.i.K ara SDiendia. Aiouey ut
course is Bed4 both g
an on wis - -.. m
Ruhr tangle bos ba mrrt&.
and It will be soon i betlee Aw-
- M u d
S. Department or Agriculture
For Abilene and vicinltv Torlgbt J
"J diiesda partly vloud J. J
r or Ea Tesas Tonight sijd
Wednesday partly cloudy somewhat
uosettled o coast
tyt West Texas Tonight and
Wedaeaday generally fair m
south we ronton . uowttled H
Vrth gad eos pttrtiou.
r-m- A m-
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If S J 7J s
Ae t a.... n 6.
je t is
Cv- Iftigt .- $1
I v -"itainse . . as
I .--usiL e H
l in T 'u 1. 19
sf. aoiV. JUlArL
' w Ii In
P Ik tho
i. f- i
i I i
HIS FALSE TEETH
WHILE HE SLEPT
filtrnNVILLi:. Texas. Oct.
fl. A. A. J 'iff it burg or Coin-
iiifiti' ln Inst nlht swallow-
ed Ills fnlso tcctli ulitlc ho
slept will lio taken to Dallas
for iicntiiiciit It Mns iiiiiiuuui'-
(! hero ttidaj ntfoi' mi Al-niy
I'Miullniulon Allowed tho tci-'tli
to tic u hi ibrtmt.
The xiuiii vns
(his iiionilug for medical in-
tention but II was decided in
take him to Dallas becaliM" of
iiikiiflb-Ii'iit rnrllltlcs lu'iv
plijtl 'Inn- Mild.
I WHICH BANDIT
IDE HIS ESCAPE
FT. SMITH Ark. Oct 0 The
automobile m whuh IM l.ockhart.
Okliihoma liHiidit escaped after he
w.ih ro.-ised Kunil i nltfht bv con-
fedeiatis from the In-law are county
Jail at Jav nkla was found last
nlKht tietvveen Hie tow'tis of Jay and
Halliaw acu'ordmg to a dispatch to
the Koit Kimtli Times Record today
flimi Grove Okla Slemhers of the
puw-e h iiirhiiiK fin lyirlvh.ut wlto
found the eir reported that it ap-
parently had btr' dseld for
Another report eaily today slat-
ed that obo of th irifcit who aided
li'u kit.trt in his esi ip( bad been
ljiturcd This r poTt however
lacked i onfiruuitiori
join hubs for
NKW YORbT Oct. 9 Represen-
tame of the twelve leading Pro-
testant denomtnatium have Joined
recently tn the itn orporatton of a
religious educational body
known as "The Institute for the
Advancement of Christian Know-
ledge' This was announced to-
day by Judge Usury Wade Rogers.
1 I D uresident of tho institute
The first fctap to tho institute" pro-
aram. which cHtmpUtes the stu-
.Iu-.1. b.LLu- t.r.tJ.s.sns. Jtflfi CH- f
KftV 1 rrfiynrmjin- 4 esff .--.- s- j
gagMg- ia reuglon survey; sou re-
search will be ta secure the pub-
Mcatton of ku American Ent-jclo-pedU
PUns for getting out the ency-
clopedic for American Pi otesta.ni
.l.u.t nlaM . u 4a ifeH All .t -
. .. ?.7;a .T .V.T. tr .t
u heit(Jt. t l)f Jvvh ul.
A ' u vamttlt fct lea-taal
th. iiivimiv fe. H-ol f lb
pttttant Episcopal t bdrch W
eUis V w-rk will ba
iwlr uf wrUmuub
'WdSM JLaf'ti. ltd. vdl take
sU var tv ha coikfied uae
eduariaJ oUcy ljUl be strictly im-
uaruai iruw u uvjcun ""
view aoci f jjiupuvn tu v w
leamt two different writers bandle
! Ubjecl ileal af open to colilru-
Tbe r.tfJ frit !' Lke the
DiaiitHe Imi- tine V '.jiiicemeiil t
Cbrikiiaa jivviOgv-. its pcgsi-
Aet. Judge Itot'ers. ld "M KM
etVC twlV 4VSf w w
of.ureaeat day eondjuoss. Till ia
g dy oJf a. aevv aud wideapread -tgiouji
renalssansi e Jt is an hour
in which the fi otetni Church of
the l'nited tatra tJnem ueW dunce.
titl a ui tu (i iv ... 1....C
ihe t-.ii nc c t;i- .. i.. B j
general are to fuiictivc s a labor-!
atvry o( reiigiwo. j
1'Ui:mmivuy tiPAttixo ron
n. r. ir.wirrr or outaiiom v
c rrv ros'fi'ONnti j'o onk
OKLATtOMA CITT Oet. 8 rre-liniinar-
hearing for N. V. .Tewett
ri md dragon af tho Ku KImx Klan
for tbn realm o( Oklahoma charg-
r.l with riot set for today In Jus
tii e rnurt was postponed itpnn
t i icnient ff fBlineI until tomor-
r w i
II i the flrt oflleer of the set-
tet i muni itUm to fall into the
k spread b t!nvsrnor .T r Wsl-
on fir thuse repnnsUde for mob
'rne ninl masked depredations!
in Ihi- stati
.f mil Hi iRin Tewett was arrest
el iptetntir Jl on the tiasls of
rfii n. e mlihuni bv a military
lit which iiuHtlnned under the
g wrrt'irs decree of martini Inw.
"li'Mninnv k'lun bv Or A. A.
Miupin. n l" it deutlst which was
lliln in tlmernor allofl.
ited jewett im the leader or
i bini! f men who nbduotetl 13. It
M rrlman hni on the night of
Mar b 7. r'.'.' ind lushed hfm sv-
er. iv for bis tllened relations with
i in irrled wmn in
(Jult the Klitu
Iir Maupin who said he wts s
tin tuner of Ibn Kln at the time
siloed from the nrgnnl?ntlon
wlmii he 1 uned if was responsible
fin the outrnge ni cordlnK to the
' Merrlmsu signed the cnmplilnt
agiint 111" amnd dragon
I Hlnce his nirrst .tewett bus been
nt lilierty nn $l.0n bond lie plead-
ed not Kiiiltv to tlie clfiiKi-
Members of tho stale leitl-d-tture
meanwhile tod are completing
final arrangements for a special
session Thursday which wl'l brinsr
to a climax Governor Walton a war
on the Ku Klux Klun
Rested In his attempt to prevent
Ilia legislators from meeting to
consider linpeni hment iliirs"
against him In connettlon with his
official conduit the executive or-
dered the spedal session Thursday.
Just a week ahead of the date the
law makers on their own lnltiatlv'
bud called an assemblv
Three men were under nrr-st here
todav and a warrant charging ex-
tortion had been issued for t. W
Martin deputy l'nited Mate mar-
shall as the eltmiix to wlnt fdcr-
al AUlhOtlties . allege whs Illegal
seizure of a rum running expedition
from Charleston C to Charles-
ton W. Va.
llov.r.r.1 Thompson of Charleston
H C is vharged with tlan lortlng
whiskey. 1I etalma that .tfter lie
had brought an automoblto loud of
whiskey here and sold some of it.
threci men reprejieiitltii? themselves
as federal Officers seised the auto-
mobile five caseil of liquor and
$149 he had with him After that
he alleges they gave him Imck &0
and allowed him to c-htape
Thompson told Chief of Police
John Hrilton that he becamo sa-
pleious whew ho mW no newspaper
reports of the seizure and returned
to this city and after an Investiga-
tion by local polbe and federal authorities.-
Ed. Uatllffe and At Atr
wood. loth of Charleston were ur-
wuds.1 on .-h.iiKei of impersonating
federal officers ami transporting
.....i-i..... 'rh.v unm released nn
der bonds ut 709 each pending
-. i a aw 'il'" ' '"
GUNMAN CIIVl W r
JILOQU TO S.W15 MAN
r.RTniT. Oct. 'J. -Jen Bunk
er luui slurjH a1lea 6mh
h.I hnlilnnmatt WlLtt liaCaC III IMS
glfl4. VSJ-s-m -w - - - j
ITU (. isaraaf esssiiB-Be -----
....ii .at so iiaflifitnnrinrg Riter t
Ktvmg uf a plut of 1 biooci in
vain effort to ve tlie life of a
fallow prisoner. John Ssewekwwslt'
fatally wounded in a revolver um
uith' detectives Matuiday night
Hunker was one of four men
tantured a. week aa when de-
Jteitivea surprised them in an at-
lismntd huldun of a saloon. Hunk-
WAS ERE FAKE
. w Va . Oct. !
ler. according to iMilhse has coi-.the
ifessed oarticipatjoji in more than!
3ttU holdups in Detroit.
FROM RANGER IS
ON TRIAL HERE
The case q t.' B. Iledrick. charg-
ed by iii'iiotiuent with violation
of the national banking laws open-
ed la Vmted amies disinct court
here Tuesday morning The Jury
ib the cae had bn selected a4
the Humiliation of witnesses taken
up when court was adjouraed for
uoou b Judge Jam C W ibun.
Aroviad twenty witnesses are w
hand tve Dm ytM aad wttt likely
testify. Jt was OtOd of aft
Tuasday that the caae wouid not
likely be completed duiing the
He.Irlck was vi-'e prseideat
the First National Bank of Jtarger
in ls.u the tium Uiai he is ch..rg
red wnb hiving vuUted Hi lea
Uooai haqtttog laws. KoufWeu
ccunu are tadudtd in the tssUct-
aient which was returned against
The C H Lee mei.ncued a T av - '
1 g been uduud b. tl.i fidsM-al'
Klarij Jv-r fa1e sii t lt Ao lem f feet h c u s -in s .b cv deal IMvingTs Wtla Utt 1 If.
i. juiim: ut vu. m. - - a .d . I . -i tu-j-a -v afc-jftny are the nanr-tfo ( t
name but resides elsewhere it waarutled to them she extlaU siacel ehOdrejs i d have HI stiti
imt'SSRI. Oit. 1 Helnian of"
flelal circles are optimistic ovel
the altufttlon In the Kuhr. Advice
reaching thf giWernmenr show the
f reslimptlon of work on a. dally Id
creasing scale The Relgian offlt
rials In the valley declare tlMt
170.000 workmen and other rail-
road employe in the Ruhr are
ready to go back to their Jobs as
soon as assurance are given that
the nerlln aoverntnent will Kuar-
antee tho pament ot their wagec
and authorise them to take lit-
oath of "professional allegiance"
to the Kranco-Uelglan raiiroal
II y the Associated lVess.
PARlt. tnt. -French official
chiles were frankly optimistic to-
day over the situation In the Ruhr
for thn first time since the an-
nouncement in Merlin of the cra-
sntloit of passive resistance.
Th nci ord signed between the
Freni h commission on mine con
trol nod representatives of the
leadiug German Industrialist ves-
terdav at Duesaeldorf providing
for the immediate resumption
coal deliveries on the reparation
account is regarded as areal ster veiniier 8 to cliooso successors to
toward solution of tl5e reparation no 1st Senator William P PI
tangle. ' I Ungham ami to Congressman Po
.. iter If. Dale uf the second dstrK'
CONST.VNTINOPI.K TO resigned both republicans
UK TITHKtriKI) AT ONCIJ There Is ro opposition to tba
" nomination bv democrats of Pai
CONSTANTINOPLE Ott. 0. J II. Pollard n ...usln of rre l"
All changes necessary to make Coolidge. for senator and of Pu
Constantinople once more a real ton 13. Italtev for congresgn ir
Turkish city are to go forward as The candMat.s for th ret u'
i-apitlty a pisible and authorities j can nomination for senator a a
assert that Turkish wljt aoOrt ba Congressman Dato. John W ned
the dominant lauguage evat) In the inond. HUnlcy C. Wilson and Mar
Eufopann awrter. tslall Hap good. For the. rpubi
Jt Is apparently Intonilisl to ro- ffan congressional nam nation
place all foreign language street there are six candidates: Colonel
slgnea with Turkish and to have Ernest W. Gibson. John "W Oor-
nll titles on motion picture Dims don Orlando L. Martin Jans F
printed in the native alphrfbet. 'statev. Mason H Stone and c hjrles
Telephone railway and tramwav ' A. Webb-
compaiileH are allowed one month '
Jn which to replace non-Turkish
employes with Moselm
c.u.iroiivix OIL ftT i
MARE IJY ?-TXnRn
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 9 Re-
ductions In pl-li-ei offered by th"
Standard nil c-mipany of fllfor-
nli f r t rede oil at the Well in all i
C.illfnrnlt fields announced by the I
cnmpinv as effective todny range j
from two cents per barrel for oil
for oil of 3". deKrees mavlly i MOOREHAVEN Fla O t
and over Oil llow 22 degrees T.h l in. trtnt K ".". c
...tit.. - ... t ..... m..r .iJtoorehaven broke at 7 oi lo ..
duelioti ut said to be due to. con-
iimie.i . .i...tiH i ihiHhun
California the bringing in of new
welts and a seasonal diminution in
the consumption of petroleum
; dali. oet. s --ireiu
id.nm ate -o make the republlosn
I party in Tesas tne most militant
uuaoruy pariy in iiw cousiiy. ii
I It. tieogcr republican national
committeeman from xetas sua
state chairman said today.
Mr. Creagvr asserted that tb
democratic: iiimy had abandon d
principle of states rights.
"Taw repuMlcans have
stood for a strong central
ment anil iha aetuocraia
WAX fought encroachment on
states rights up to the Urn of the
Wilson aair.inistrafioti. liut every!
student af poUttegl history kow
that there were war encroach-i
menta oa tho rights of states ugder t
the Wilson regime than over he-
fore " ha added:
"I favor a straight at dvelara-
tlonTHM changiag the party's prevt- r
oua attitude but raaagertiag it. Iti
haa always beoa far am. right tatrd Djviaity Si. undisputed rtri-
tbe limit when necessary functions I Pton ehkkea thief of th C cfel
of government were dot laterfvred . erate army was ou bis W4v tJiy
witb ' 'to San FrwiK i- ci d BliSiu; Cf t"
THe Teas committeeman pre- Muwassippi si .4gUua ti tbe
dieted thai rpieideot Coolidge will Ameiican !.. n ooavent.cn it
he the . nepuMk-oit presideaual old gru wh v.oa one vt t& I -nominee
and the Jemocrats wiU.turetue feuiurts of the cW-'t .
select some wan aot now generallv ate reuaioi here last wrun er -iientic
ii; 1. J twaily jj kidnaped from hi r'.i
1. si . . I . i I try home ar Uaxhthurst ai tiit-
l'ctltloii i Dculccl iea ta J'jmu hr the Lcgi-a
.S Lot'ls. tiit s The peituiliaira muiiHi4 hiai with a rsv?
o( Arthur Bill a negro 4efdat
Ih a. anl4 tighter coe. to he trssd
a ;ur ot aegroasv vs n- i
)A . VV 4ilM' I IIIIM! K
iudae held th weUtiaa. i otfaet
Is. l.m.r ..!- InjAK ftaA
aket for a special privUego- 0m .
cf th. iasoiia set for in th rW
tlon was thai If whMSW Wf
itl it Utm dTt'eodlUlt would Rf
Itsw ii they were iumbr of the
Ku Klux fc.Ua.
Cirp'n TotrtU Cuav.
WTKSBADfcN tieroiany Oct 9
PuUi have arrested a veoaiaB
hea- r. th. v sa stle itt Kold
Jshe ls.tr sisters eJiy reUtlve
WASHINGTON. Oct. 9 - 1
American government having jr
settled to th hit'nns of turcpe ti
proposal -tttnt in Interna!' i
commission be (mmul to as "riiit
Oertnatty s atwliiv to pay repan
tlotvi. wilt fsi en that propouior
and ro further s'fpa to b-ing it t3
he attention of European nitiwtls
wilt be made.
The vlw of tb' president were
obtained wh n the attention cf
White iimim ffi. tt wns cat'e I
to tb"tdvr ti i.f in IntornatKnil
c oiotni" ' i on i if '! o bv ''ena'cr
Oopei-tnd ib iu- i t. New York
The pteiiiM h is not rot.sil re I
the question piitl'Utarly 'Jt t
silbjeit his Ikcii one Of m-re t
less continuous dlacusslon In Wash
Ingion fcr the past two icars. 1 i
to the present time however the
preldeht has not brt able to Sf"
such conditions In exlstcm-n abr l't
as would mak a wotll t' si is..ur
of eroiiomli problems prart fjl (r
MONTPKL1KR. Vt . Oct 9 -Tho
voters of Vermont went to th
polls today to select party nom -
nees for the special election JCif
morning due to heavy pre -sura cf
nuortheast wind. The l-cik i
reported un.lt r eotrol but )"f
Is rapitily ritiiig oer th r
Flood w iteiN Ime entered seve.ii
stores and n u hint? aro ret i ti
their sto. k-
The dike wtS lui'lt to prr-tr t
this cit fiui'i lecfjow- watci
from lke 'tikte.hobi ifi
Whose eiigt tin . ity lies Ftl-
and Icn-al o.ti nis have lcr c
WOtchinK Ihe witcr level c' tt
i lake for some vofkj anticipa''g
a use. Numtiei-. ..f other J t e
towns ring tin lull - edge.
JACKtsow ii.i.i: Fla . O 9
Water m Miihavcit was at A
standstill at a It - I of from ena ti
I four feet at n- n todav a ?T
ing tg tho Utstfin Union orerat r
llltrtJ in dun. twBimnnt jtl i
through Tampa with off. its c
tthe telegraph coinpany he.e There
is no iiiutcautm ot a luriaer r s
It was reported unless thcr Is
storm of which there Is ro 1 a
l 'on at present
BY LEGION MEN
NEW ORLKANS. Oct 9 -II vr-
' agifiorw f Coala4ra.te gn- t?-
jtot ssrtiag for the Pactf.c CQOit
usv-iwwy ereu iiun toe civ u
tuiaw 9U It.! bUWQbl flcl Jt .lr fw
j . ? Will 1' (. .W -.. r-.
Um ahi waster aad It h. tra.'itica
ia Mteahi-appi that a chicken woa
im itk lire Hearty every t.tnc ho
itad a u;aL
As he pissed thrtiugh New Or
Ioumi he was greaUy excited over
the Idea that the Cwfdrate vti-
enMW wight thia-k be had desert (.'-1
VP wtt 4o b4ea of aaothtr w
now.- ha 8Mb tt I .atait lef d3
Jgtvat grasd ckttaroa
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