The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 27, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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Orange Daily Leade
ORANGE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 27, 1921
ph I. French to Seek Rc-
tion of Relati
sumption of Relations
BIG GAS WELL IN
KANSAS FIELD BURNS
(By (Jolted Brew.)
Colony, Kamo, Aug. 27.—A full
head of steam from eiKlit hollers wan
today turned on a burning 10,000,
000-foot gas well on i tie Blackwell
louse in an effort to extinguish til •
The well was Ignited from a spark
and burned throughout the night.
HALF A LOAF
should establish diplomatic re-
wit h soviet Russia at once,
Joseph I. Prance of Mary-
y dared today on Ills return I
rJt several weeks Visit In that
('liming with France on thejhbt-
J il'erdani was Mrs. Margaret to.
Volunteer Guards Are Called
Back to Duty at Mid-
By United Press.
I.ogan, W. Va„ Aue. 27.—Posses
riflemen were back in their po-,
| sit ions in vantage points In nearby
nod In Russia for ten months | hills today guarding agains la pos-
wns the first of the released ; sible ruse of miners who have been
Judeans to reach home nfter# tn,, ■ marching to Mingo county.
r , . I The volunteer army was called to
government had effect- [du(y „K„in al midnight after Logan
dielr freedom. ! had spent the early hours celebrat-
® left America three months ago. ilnK P**"***1 prospects as a rwult of
rirlng,there should be no delay in ',he appPaI made to marchers by un-
I ,nlng trade With Russia.” France ion orficials at Madison late yester.
son, n correspondent of the Bal-j
»* Evening Sun, who was Ini-
Sheriff Ron Chaffin received re-
ports that more than 1.000 miners
had refused to turn hack and were
proceeding to the Logan county line.
He ordered the posses to prepare
for any emergency and to continue
*1 • • » ,
-eltimed confirmed In that opin-
d, further, insist that we should
Iploniatic relations with her I
■ „ -f no reason why wo should bo
t l f d over a relationship which
V ■' IT holds no terrors for Great
/* italn of Germany, both of which j _
j 'e doing their best to develop max-Wffr . i C J
w•(»<** iium trade with soviet Russia. I ”81’ LrCpVtinCllt ufndS
"There Is little communism tn j CoTDS Intjuirv
Russia Extremist experiments In, CharIa3ton, w. Va.. Aug. 27.—
that l.ne proved unsuccessful and j General H. H. Bandholdtz and his
the constructive parties al the head|ajdPs representing the war depart-
Probe to Show Some Airmen
Held Ship Unfit For
By CHARLES M. MeCANN
(United l*ren* Stuff Oaresponilent.)
Howden, Eng,, Aug. 27. The Brit-
ish air service inquiry into the dis
aster of the Zlt-2 was opened at
| Howden airdrome‘today. Vice Air
[.Marshal Salmon dpreslded. America
was represented by Lieutenant Dy-
er. V. S. N.
The proceedings were private
The inquiry starling today will
show If the facts are published that
some Brithsh airmen wejjh convinced
the ZIt-2 never would have crossed
the Atlantic exceaf under "impos-
shily favorably” v^ather conditions,
I am Informed. * 1
I have learned ‘yat many British
“lighter than- a authorities as
well as officers who were killed in
the terrible disaster Wednesday be-
lieved the ZTt 2 to be structurally
Op'nions as to the weakness of
the ZR-2 only began to be freely
expressed after she left Howden on
the fatal trip. Summarized they
were that the ZR-2 was too long;
that she was too weak; the poasl-
billtlea of a dlaaaterjwere realized
and fears that the first real strain
would prove fatal were freely ex-
I have seen written reports con-
veying these fears to the proper au-,
All this information was to be
French and Alleged Gang are
Arraigned Before U. S.
(By United Press.)
Chicago, Aug. 27.—Charles W.
I French and members of his alleged
| $50.000,000 swindle gang, were ar-
I migned today before United States
'Commissioner Jaime R. Glass. They
[faced Hie technical charges of using
j the mails lo defraud and of con
j spiral .v to use I he mails to defraud.
| 1’rosecution by ihe state In addi-
tion to action by federal authorities
is expected. The slate, according to
prosecutors, will charge violation of
i he slate hanking laws and the op-
!«ration of a confidence game,
j Rudolph Kahn is the latest to
i Hun aguirrt French. After prbtest-
1 mg French's innocence for over a
t week. Kohn announced today he
; would testify for the state,
j Assistant District Afhqrney Clin-
| n n said Ihe men had piojeed to sell
| unseen led papers to hanks, thereby
! lining thi vaiilis of financial insti-
j unions with bogus securities.
RECORD PLAY CLOSES
THREE YEARS' RUN
% of which T.cnine stands were conr- , I11Pn| ]eft here early today for Boone 'al<* before the hoard of inquiry
•otis enough lo force abandonment
'.fnrxian theories and restoratioir
•ertain sound capitalistic policies,
h are now in effect.
county where thousands of miners w,lioB mPt today,
who were marching on Mingo coun-i " °
tv coal fields were encamped.
The purpose of the trip, General
delighted that (he relief Bandholtz sadi. was to make certain
by America is getting un- the miners have abandoned their j
way for Ibis is the first step in (inarch and will return to their j
irogram. I am confident this homes.
he followed by an American l Until this was definitely ascer-j
delegation being sent to Rus-, tained, federal troops will remain
binder government auspices andiin readiness Today was expected to
America will do her share to- j witness the disintegration of BvuIdlngS
,1 reviving Russia, thus aiding miners army.
• /T i.T ARMED POSSES TRAIL
;,;'SZ Mexican bandits
France would not say what action
he may take in his official capacity, Tllecon_ Ayrla, *Aug. 27.- Arm'll
in carrying out his plans, but said | |(0gB(., are on ,i,e trail 0f seven
he wou'd issue a full statement tn ^j^xj„an pandits who yesterday tnur-
Waslil ion ndxt week. 1 d,.,ed |crank .1 Pearson, postmaster
Mrs. Harrison refused to talk about, #t UuL> Aiir... amf his vvlf • . a"d '
experiences. She was well dress- | dangerously wounded Mrs. Purcell, |
,nd appeared to be none the worse , person's sister-in-law
I (By United Preee.)
| New York, Aug. 27 — "Llghtnin',”
i NVw York’s record 1*.xik run play,
v. Ill flanh no more on Broadway. To-
I !!•<•! iow will M v it on Its way to be
i v » iroim d by Chicago play^oera,
I Abo i-jive bc»»n agitating Tot' •*» ap-
, p« arai.c there for niutlth/'.
i * i iul.tnin' " finish'd -its three-
t war run today. No ether play ho*
lia<t Midi a run in New York, uud
• nr mlu i m i or has acted continu-
i ms n»Miu. | . .
honlires were kept going all night They are bitterly tired of fighting. ’>Uf^s In *l,nv * ^ 1 *' 0I*
... wMirg . < 1’iuul. lltifinTl h:
Irish Common People for Peace,
Dominion Rule, Says Observer
' wr.r. In many quarters of Dublin iiu iliis point
H> VICTOR McNAUtiHT
, Special to The Leader:
j Dublin. Aug. 27. The common fm several nigliis in evidence of ifit- ilio Irisli people, wilh llie bush
| people of Dublin and of southern [city's relief and salisfaci inn. whacking, and the raids, and the
j Ireland generally are eager lor peace li is interesting to discover ihat I ambuscudiv. The doorman ut one of
thui Americans are
in Denton and Lul-
mg Damaged in Storms
here, and that the
very popular: Dublin’s bent hotels, a tall, fine Un-
people credit tire of a man, was poihKd out tome
American Oash and American moral hk one who welcomed the truce. He I
support as a mean* to success, to u1 had a son who was drawn into the
ifnd un agreement with Knglund for
Dominion home rule. It requires
no clairvoyant to discern that it the
Sinn E ein leaders eventually reject ,„far ^reaUM' degree than we have* Sinn Fein forces, and who went out j
the Lloyd-George offer which they j realized. Whether or not this aid'one night to lay in wait for a de (
are hardly expected to do they \vill ,|laH from Americans generally.' tachment of crown forces. The j
grimously disappoint the rank andor from Irish-Americans, the whole plans m scarried, and tlie son.
tile of the country. |country is given the credit. Sinn among others, was shot dead in the
As to what actually takes place ( y>in leaders compare their cause fight The father will tell you that J
in the deliberations at the Mansion j with ours in 17 7 ♦», and maintain he has hud enough.
House, the people here are us unin-jthut| their method oi warfare \> Doming over from Liverpool on!
years as Frank Bacon has done in
the bad of "Ughtnin’.’’ The only
time he has been away was during
at we v. eekh' vacation. An estimate
ot tie play’s gross New York re-
ceipts is two million dollars.
Chicago expects the play to estab-
Ush a record which wilt* equal that
established in New York.
Imr captivity. Sh added that a
mi could learn more about Rus-
hpending two weeks in Jail
The bandits may have escaped
.moss the bolder, three miles away.
Mm. Purcell was lakeu to Aravaca,
urlng the country for twoi r,,i ireatmen', but was not expected
, o live. Her five-year-old dai'Rhter
as accompanied by Mark! who was with her when the bandits
a Baltimore Sun corre- j ariived was unhurt. Tin Mexican-.
,d former A E. F. major, arc believed to be Ihe sam * who
ere mot here by Van Lear! n mdeed Alexander Eras*, p
sher of Ihe Sun, who will ■
, Baltimore on his yacht.
SALE HELD VP
l 'aster at Ruby, 20 months ai;o.
KLAN CHAPLAIN WILL
PREACH IN BEAUMONT
By United Press.
Dallas Aug. 27.—The heat wave
which hat lm Id Texas in its grip ,lullnPi ,,ru„lr 11P1P alP us ,lull(
from 45 t( r.fi days was broken late formed ms our newspaper readers in similar lo ouis in Hie Itevolution. i the little ship “Lady Wicklow”;
yesterday and Inst night by show- tl,e United States. The impression j fDominion home rule is lit., best I were u number of exiled Irish peo. j
ets in pracl icully all paifis of 1 , prevails tltal Mr. De Valera and his'wc can gu." .1 sinull merchaii' of pic "ho were on tin i r way home to --—
stale, causing a sharp drop in tern-1 usMK iates believe they are in posl-; Dublin old me. We want our in-i rejoice with their frlendn over Jje- j
lieiaiurc. , tlon lo get the best possible liar- [((vpendt nee, to be sure bill England, land's good fortune .in winning fhmie; Rcpi'CSCnt&tlVCS Blflklcy and
OVT ON BOND
The excessive heat was broken by | gajn, and are going lo prolong the will no' let us have it. England; rule al las). One of these pilgrims I'
everything front cloudbursts and ... _..i„ .........I„ . ..... . I.
"twisters” to gentle all day rains.
May Go to Court
Force Delivery of
ishington, Aug. -27.-The sale
205 wooden ships of the ship-
board to the Ship Construction
lading company, on a bid of
each, lias been held up, it was
i d today from high officials of
. original bid for the vessels
accepled by the shipping board
esolution and the bidder put up
| •llfled. check for $60.000-to bind
deal. A certified copy of the
itlon is now In possession of
^attorneys for the bidders, and
'id by them to constitute a
contract of final sale,
contract of sale as presented
e shipping hoard attorneys last
• Is not in conformity with the
nnl sale terms, according to at-
„ , for the Ship Construction
Trading company attorneys, and
not be accepted by them, they
informed ihe board, t*
Atlorneyw for ihe company have
By United Preet.
Beaumont, Aug. 27.—Dr. Caleb
A. Ridley, imperial chaplain of the
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan will
deliver a sermon in the Magnolia
[ avenue Baptist church Sunday night:
I This announcement wan made to-
tO[day by the pastor of the church who
said that be bad "prevailed upon
Dr. Itidley" to speak there,
j II Is not known whether he will
make his regular Ku Klux address.
Dr. Ridley left here for Silsbee to-,
day after arriving last night front
Houston. JHe will return here to-
I Allot neyn 101 ' "e wu»i>.
7 * told .the boil'd they will
II court lo force delivery of
V pels on -Ihe original terms ot tne
’-Smile. I| was learned. It is under-
•d that widespread criticism in
grew and the press is responsible
the alleged change of attitude
P the part of the shipping board.
FATE OF DEBS HANGS
IN BALANCE TODAY
(By Unlt,d PreM.)
Washington, Aug. 27.—The fate
of Eugene V. Debs hung in the bal-
Whether the gaunt old leader of
the socialist party shall be par-
doned and released from his cell in
the federal prison in Atlanta, Oa.. or
whether he is to remain behind (he
bars was to have Its answer today
during a conference between Presi-
dent Harding and Attorney General
AMARILLO WOMAN IS
•LOST IN CAUF0RNIA
Front Deo ton reports were re-
ceived that two churches were
blown off .their foundations by a
heavy wind and cloudburst. None
were reported injured.
Luling reported a tornado which
unroofed several houses and cawed
considerable other damage.
Harding Trip to South
Is G. 0. P. Drive, Belief
By United Pre,t.
Washington, Aug. 27.—When a
commltte of the Washington news
paper men's golf tournament called
at the white House to invite Presi-
dent Harding to present the George
M. Cook trophy to the winner, the
president's reply was that such an
acceptance might prove embarrass-
ingto him, since he Intended to en-
ter the contest and win the cup. Mr.
Harding said he would participate
if official engagements permitted, as
he wanted it understood by the cor-
respondents he was si ill a newspa-
Einstein Theory Is His
Find, Maxim Declares
Spsriiil to Tlie I /codec
New York, Aug. 27.—That it was
he. and not Eimstein, who was first
to advance the fundamentals of the
relativity theory, Hudson Maxim,
publicist and inventor, told the Bus-
iness Builders at Carenegte hall.
These discoveries regarding the
principles of force and the ultimate
nature of matter were published,
Mr. Maxim said, in the Scientific
American supplement in 1 889. The
article was reprinted last month.
MOSCOW IS BURNING
discussion in order lo gain every [wouldn't dare,
bit of advantage they can. Therejwere attacked
are extreme patriots who demand
complete independence or nothing,
and who hold that they cannot con
sistently yield. Their more nioder-
SU I "
us have it.
Suppose England • whs a middle-aged woman who had
by a foreign fqa. j been accompanied to (lie pier by
Thin Ireland might become the Parly of at least twenty friends. For
fighting ground, like H lvilim in the them this was a solemn event, and
last war. Everybody known 1 lull i " bile awaiting Ihe boat's departure
the Germans luniled arms here, and | they sang to (he accompaniment of
ate aeuoclates permit them to gojihe slor- goes thm ,v. have guns! a violin in Ihe hands of one of their
along with their fight for rejection, hidden lure now. Oh. been a: number, many of the songs dear to
doubtless with the idea that a* duel, Bag, b.niggle, and we've done|',1P Irish heart
time passes Ulster muy be persuad-iour lost to ho free. not gij lamenting strain
cd to give up its stand for a separ- ting all we vant, ini' »,’:>■ expert-| "How will ihe people lake it if
tag a m'i at deal mor • 1 ic » we < x- the Sinn Fein leaders reject
peeled, and someday v.'*Yi..\x man-1 offer of Dominion home rule
HenHncks Held On Fed-
(By United Preee.)
Austin. 'Aug. 27 — State Repre-
sentative Thomas G. Binkley of
young county, and llorner Hen-
d.-icks of Ellis count), are under
in the characteristic! boml ,61 iheir appearanCB before
I the United Stales district court to
ate state government.
Ulster is constantly under fire,
front the radical and extreme liberal
press of England and the United
States, to give up itn local auton-
omy and submit to Sinn Fein rule.
We read of Ulster’s ‘'stubbornness"
age lo ! 1 tc our indent nd '.ti:"
linked of a well informed newspaper
litis man was an u'enl Sinn 1 editor of Dublin. "That," he re.
Fein synr, 1 thizer, as -.tv not of plied, "will depend largely upon the
lit people : southern if mud. |le|altltuile of Ihe clergy"
was t,tail (o talk with an Amor.ran. "And what is the present at i
in holding out, as though Ulster anu I,is altitude was tlie name as Hide of the clergy toward the set-
were the only obstacle. Sinn KeiD | that of most otheis that i have met | 'lenient pu,posed by England?"
hopes that Ulster will surrender, here. "That is something 1 cannot an
I.ONtJS FOR PEACE.
Southern Ireland longs for peace,
and is far better satisfied with (he
terms than are many lrinh partisans
in Ihe United States. The truce was
welcomed here as Ihe armistice was
welcomed al the close
answer a charge of transporting ln-
,|M>! loxicating liquor in violation <»f the [TP
’[ national prohibition act. J
The two representatives were ar-
rested on tlie last day of the
called session They were stepped
by a motorcycle policeman wbdt de-
clared they with exceeding (he speed
The policeman declared h»x dig-
the liquor iu the car •Mat"
COVired the liquor iu me itti
my editor friend replied. "Fp' |llimp(Uat,.|y Clluai a federal pruhb
WHAT WAR MEANS swer,
TO IRISH PEOPLE. • 'o this point llie clergy has refrain-f hltlon officer.
"We thank America for nil she led from making any comment at all., Hinkley und Hendricks
has done to help us," said my gray- j evidently wishing to await the HUI 1 ownership of the liquor.
haired Dublin friend, his blue eyes come of the deliberations of De Va- __ u -----------
beaming warmly at me through hist lent and his cabinet.” 1 «• p , it o
spectacles. "Without the mone> j It is becoming more and more ap. ■ LMfr Races W U. D.
that lias conic from America we I parent that llie church favors pracej "Pq SjjvC Girl's Llffi
of the late ] never could have brought Englandjand a settlement.
, Special to The Leader.
I New York, Aug. 27- Twelve
I hours were clipped off the scheduled
FOUND IN OKLAHOMA1 time or the President Wilson, which
[arrived Thursday from Napleet, to
(By united Press.) ! save the life of a girl stricken by
Oklahoma City, Ok la., Aug 27 [appendicitis.
That 500 cases of pellagra in ad [ \n„s Rose Zeller, Newark. was
I vanced stages have been found in [the palient. She refused lo be op-
Nexl Tuesday’s meeting of the! Oklahoma was the report or State |crated on at sea and when Dr. Eu-
Potnry club promises to he one ,„f j Commissioner A R. Lewis J gene Jlratore, the ship's surgeon.
Roller meeting here last night w hen | , . , following the latest survey made hi
Ihe rather "moved by the spirit" lost |",OB‘ 'nfresting ,n the history j hls d(,prtrtnient.
his balance and fell backward upon
INFANT IS KILLED AT i Rotarians Seeking I 500 PELLEGRA CASES
HOLY ROLLER' MEET 0„t Inf.rmati.a On
Bixbv, ok’iaU,nltjvug.r*2*7) The in j Other Rotary Clubs
fant daughter of William McCormick
a farmer residing two milm south 1
of this place, was killed in a Holy
the most interesting in tin* history I
of (he club, according
. _ _o [ntent commiltee.
PEACE REIGNS AFTER It has been arrnnged lo have each
POLICE 0UELL RIOT l!o,luv r,’lh ln ,,1P stale reprcsenled
nf the entertain-, BASEBALL MAGNATE’S
By United Preee.
LONDON REPORT SAYS; «
(By United Preee.)
San Francisco, Aug. 27.—A city-
wide search was In progress today
for Mrs. F. A. Swanpon of Amarillo,
Mrs. Swanson disappeared mysteri-
ously from a bathhouse.
■y United Pres*.
London, Aug 27.—Moscow has
been burning for three days, accoid-
Ing to reports reaching here today.
American relief workers her*
have received no confirmation- of
[told capt. El tore Zar a quick oper.
} at ion was all that would have her
[life, the commander
jn record run into poiif. A
. , , -„Irr> nrtwrrt [dispatch notified a Brooklyn betspi-
WIFE ALLOWED BOND j tal to watt her arrival with an atn-
------1_ ■ bulance.
(By United Press.) ----- o—-----
by a member of the local club, who- Dallas, Aug. 27. Mrs. Irma Has- ; Oj.»rm ? Oh Ye*! GUMN?
[ will give a report of the activities; sell watt bound over to the grand ' L e
of his respective club at Tuesday's Jl,rv today on a charge of maiming, , D3u, IMlI^Htny
I., . ,, . . , 1 alleged to have been committed on'
luncheon. Koturians are hard al . , . . ,r.....
her tlUHbUOd, llUKSell, prfsi(l< nt I soeciai 10 in* ».«««■••
lug village near here, again today ‘ .her husband, Jess Hassell, president 1 special to The Leader,
after rioting between striking ml-*Wf,r'< nelting Information about • b0!0f Dallua baseball club, end n j Washington. Aug, ST
ners and police resulted in the in-,clubs they represent, Mr. Leedy said,! woman companion, by throwing car-1 Daugherty favors d
Jury of seven miners and one po jbu, so niu<.p, intcre-st. Is being manl-'ho,,c on ,hem B(m‘, was fixed
liccman. . ... isi $1,500 in both cases.
All of the injured were brought j' u ** 0 °me U|> * ^ ‘j Similar charges against Ben Den-
lo a hospital here. Three are not jt’tcager and mediocre story will fal)|nison, groundkeeper at the bull
expected to live. v*
‘down under crosp examination. | park, were dismissed-
cause of a personal
“I never did beM«V#;tt
gun." he said. “I carried CM
\ • -
and nearly shot nayself.**
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Baker, M. Allen. The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 205, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 27, 1921, newspaper, August 27, 1921; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth572117/m1/1/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.