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riftTar-No, 27i OGDEN CITYTuTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 15, 1920. LAST EDITION-4 P. ftl j
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I MAIL PILOT LOST IN NEVADA DESERT
W v V V V V V V V V
w s .
if KIDNAPING Si
h SHOOTING MARK
L Precinct Worker Killed; Police
H man Beaten to Point of
J FACTIONAL STRUGGLE
I REFLECTED AT POLES
if "Repeaters" Kidnap Deputy
1 Sheriff; Free For All Fioht
'fl CHICAG" . Sept. IB One man kill-
:H ed. three kidnaped, several beaten and
a half d07.cn arrested on charges
H ranging from election fraud to assault
f 1' to commit murder marked the local
H balloting in the Illinois primary elec-
t1H tlon today
H Michael A. Fennessy, a precinct
I worker, wan shot and killed at a
Seventeenth ward polling place by a
policeman. Detectives who arreftel
VgH the slayer, said he had been drlnk-
jflH One political worker was beaten
rHL-- . - and robbed and kidnapped. Two other
"MP"' politicians who. were kidnaped have
mt In a free for all fight In a Second
H v. polling place n policeman was
JlLR beaten into unconsciousness and a '
jIBH depuiv sheriff kldnapea 63 a band of
armed inon who attempted to .
, IB.ci twice Th kidnaper fled In m
!J mobile on which they displayed h
f-HF Leh Small for governor" sign.
'.Bf cording t" election pffloials
Igm Sergeant John Coyne, the patrol -
JH man who was beaten, may die.
1 fl CHICAGO Sept. 1 ' Voting In the
Illinois primary today opened briskly
rffl In Chicago during the morning h 1
V with Indications that the tot.ti vote
-fiM cast here might reach 600,000, eon-
,Jfl sidorably more than half the number
L'p to 11 o'clock one precinct cap
tain had been reported kidnaped by
the opposition; four arrests had been
fifl made and one of the special deputy I
9Hl sheriffs sworn In to guard the ballot
HBa boxes had been ousted by a pollce-
HD The weather was fair and the day
HHJ promised to be hot. although rain '
JHJ prevailed over much of the state.
IH As the day wore on reports of con-
FMj fllots grew more frequent Thret
M automobile loads of armed men kid-
ISr naped an election worker at a polllni
Bf place in the Fourth ward, heat a
Hf precinct captain in another polling
HHfj place and shot up a saloon. both
HHfl the men kidnapped and the one beaten
IHr are anti-Thompson workers. acocrding
to Sheriff I "iters.
Police and a special deputy, sheriff
clashed in th-- Second ward and Lee
H Thornton, a colored deputy ifhenif.
was arrested charged with assault to
commit murder after he I said to
have drawn a revolver and threatened
LH to kill a detective sergeant.
I I ONE M N Ml. 1. 1 l
11 Michael Pennesay, aged 3.',.
witch man was shot ahd kilted bj
a policeman in an argument said to
have started over the election.
wM XJhe campaign In Chicago has cent-
yffl ered about charges of Taminanylsm."
directed at the Thompson admlnls
? ! I ration b Governor Lowden's friends
who charged the Thompson forces
with spoils syBti-m polltl'
jH The mayor's friend countered with
charges that Governor Lowden charg
BB cd his personal hotel bills while maln-
fl, lalnlng presidential campaign head-'
Hj quarters here to Ihe state and thai
1 his personal valet is on the national
1 guard payroll at a salary of $ 3 . 6 1 0
Jk-w early, fl.OOu more than a lleulen-j
T ant-colonel receives.
V' af" BITTER STRUGGLE,
TI10 bitterest Republican factional
fight In a decade culminated at the
polls In the state-uide primaries to
day when jm-n and women voted to
nominate complete tickets front
I'nlted States senator down.
The Republican faction, made their
principal fight for the gubernatorial
nomination Lcp Small, for 1 state
Hl treasurer, a member of the grjQ ip
known as "federal' or Ldrimcr fac
tlon In former years, was backed for
B3 gc ,-inor by Mayor SVilltam Halo i
Thompson, of I bicago Lieutenant
Governor John G Oglesbs ivaa sup-,
ported by Governor Frank U Unvdi-n
THOUSAND li PI 111
Congrenman William 1'. Oi Kin ley
was the I .owden choice for senator, I
and Congressman Frank L. Smith had
Ihe Thompson support.
HH sheriff Peters 1,600 deputies
to the polls nnu de lai 1 Lhterf erence I
IH with them "might lead to bloodshed."
HI ihe city administration instructed!
HH p,dlce to arrest the deputies for any'
violation of ordinances or election
HH On the Demopratlc ticket, former .
H Senator Jaraei uamjlton Lewis and
H Harratt O'Hura, former lieutenant I
.-' " governor, con nomination fori
I K''.eri"" ' Robi rl 1 mmel Uurke and)
H I'cter A Wale) yrort opponents for
V the senatorial nomination.
SCORES OF CARPENTERS
BUILDING COFFINS FOR
RETURN OF WAR HEROES
I ( IlKKl'.oi K ; r-'rmn". Sept. 11 Preparations for shipping to
the 1'niteii States bodies of American soldiers who fell on the
Imti !cfie,l r,r c 1 i - 1 mi French sr.il, ;iro tinr forward liePC. Bun
treda of carpenters sr btiilding coffins, while scores oi seam
1 stresses are making the fnncrnl ornaments which will l" placed
1 upoii the coffins when they are- sent back to iho jLIniled States
Great warehouses have been transformed into mortuaries ant!
i tapers are kept burning around the huge catafalque, which is in
readiness to receive tin- bodies as th reach Cherbourg from th-
front The American transport Antigone, with a cargo of lumber
for coffins; arrived Iters toda,y
Dcschanel Grows No Better
Despite Long Rest and
I' Mils v-)( 15. President
DcmsIuiikM wi andoutMedJ) ie
obUjged t resini because of hi
in liealtJi, nmi tin- question or iin
prcaldciirs will be taWi-n up hy
the cabinet Frldny, according to
n rnil-offlclal v nnmiiiiiqnc i 11 - ,
ed tills evening,
PARIB; Sept If, Alexandre Mtller
;tnd. French premier :ind ' foreign
minister, Is prominently mentioned as
the next president of (he Krench re
publlt should PrcHidnt Deschancl
reslpi. because of ill health, says the
Figaro Some of M Millerand's
friends ileclarc he will refuse to be
come Jl candidate but. neverthelc-ss.
there .i a tendency bp believe he may
he Induced to accept, If tho office Ii
offered him unanlmouslv.
oTlll Us MI N I ONI I
Should he refure to become a can
didate there are several other prom
inent men In public life who might
entr the campaign Among tbeUI -to
Charles C. A. Jonnart, now extra
ordinary nmbasasdor to the Vatican;
Kaoul Peret, ftresident of th chamber
of deputies. Leon Bourgeois, president
of the senate. Alexandre Ribol. former
premier: Jules Pans, former minister,
and (Jcorge. Layges, former milliliter
Premier Itlllerand hada long inter
view at Alx les Balncs on Slonday
with Minister of Interior 8toew vliose
department would have to ml ar
rmrigementfl for ,he election t.f a new
pnvticlent If the present incumbent
.vhoubl h-ave office Ihe prmit. ill
return to Paris on Thursday and a
cabinet meeting will 'be held Friday
morning. Thee, is a report current
that the situation will be discussed .1'
that time and if a definite ifecislbn Is
reached, there will be another meet
ing coon after.
ni :s IIAXEL 1 I mi 1 1
Notwithstanding his long rest ana
treatment by specialist, the Figaro
declares President i.cs. iir.nei is unable
fully to discharge the riot Its of bis
office and it h said he. himself, feels
he can no longer continue u, assume
the trust with which he In been
NEW ATTACK LAUNCHED
ON EFFECTS OF 'MOVIES'
WASHINGTON. Sept. 13. The Na
tional onferei-( ot Catholic t'hiirttle
hereafter will meet annually Instead of
blenhuall Decisions to hold meeting
every year, alternating between Wash
ington and cities In the middle west,
wan reached by delegates to the con
ference now in session here, who toduv
discussed civic problems und the work
of girls' cluDs
Immoral and uncensorea motion pic
tures were attacked us one of the
prlnlcpal causes of Juvenile delinquen
cy hy Miss Teresa It. DonOhue, presi
dent of the Leagus of Catholic Women
ot New York City, in an address last
night before the conference.
YANK AIRMAN IN POLAND
GETS HIGH DECORATION
WARSAW. Sept. 14 .(By. the As
sociated Press)- -Major Cedrlc Faurit
leroy. of Chicago, III . commander of
the Kosclus.ko squadron and In
charge- of air forces on the southern
front during the receni Bolshevik of-
fe'nslve was decorated with the high
est I'olisb mllltarx- cross- bv President
It was announced during the day
that Major 1 auntlcroy had been au
thorized to Increase the Kosciuszko
squadron which is nutde up chlefl; 01
American airman and that Immediate
stej,N won III bi taken to recruit 2 1
a-.lators from the Fnited States for
serVlce In Poland
Marshal Petam and Sweet
heart of Years Ario Mar
ried in Paris
PARIS, Sepi la Marshal Henri
Philippe 1'eta.ln, comin.i lub r-ln-chlef
of French armies In France during
the latter years of the great war anil
'the French general whose work at
Verdun made him .1 national figure.
WQj married to Madame Hardon at
the city hall f the Sev. nth ward of
Pkris on Tuesday morning, says the
Petite Parialen. The ceremony was
Witnessed hy General Favolle. another
noted French commander during tho
war. and Madame ,., i.rcle Ferrler.
widow of the celebrated painter, who
was stepfather of the bride.
The marriage h B realization 'if B
lifelong dream Of lb- marshal, who
knew the br'de when she was a very
, young Cirl. long before her first niar
1 rlage. The bride, according to the
I KxcelMior. Is very wealthy.
I Newspapers here compliment the'
! marshal on the strategy he used In I
I routing reporters nno pbetogiuphera
The Excelsior says Marshal Petaln. In
I nnt icipntlon of the event, put himself
down in the latest Issue of tho Paris
I social register as married
U. S. SHIPPING SHOWS
GREAT INCREASE IN YEAR
WASHINGTON. Sept. 15. Shipping
' under American register increased by
669 vessels and 3 4 1 fi. 7 i :t k'oss tons
I during the fiscal year of 1910 com
pared with lfOfi. the department of
commerce announced today.
At the end of the fiscal year of
L9S0 American registered shipping
1 consisted of S.18J vcsels, aggregat
ing ?i, 324. 013 gross tons as against
2761l veeels of 12.907,300 gross tons
on June 30, 1919.
I n the year's Increase, the report
I said, nearly 90 per c nj consisted of
1 -agoing ships of 1.000 gross tons or
over owned by the shipping board
NEW YORK 'DRY' ENFORCER
IS MOVED TO SOUTHWEST
NEW VKK. Sepi LB, James S.
Shevlln. former prohibition enforce
ment agent fur the New York dla-
t trlct, has been transferred to the
jurisdiction embracing Arizona, Texas,
Oklahoma and Tea.s. Mr. Shevlln
was superseded here by Frank L.
Boyd, n was learned here today,
No reason for the transfer was
given out at the prohibition offices
j here. The orders from Washington
came as a surprise, but Mr BCyil I !
Mr Shevlln said the) were satisfied
' With the changes.
FARMERS UNITE TO SELL
THEIR OWN LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO, Sept. 15 The Illinois
Agricultural issnei.it ion has M.ied ap
proval of establishment of co-operative
livestock commission companies
j at the Chicago and St. Louli stock
yards, It was announced today Middle
western farmers organizations at
Manhattan, Kan., September 22 and
I 23 to work out details of co-operat I .
llvestoi k selling will be followed by
la general livestock meeting In Chicago.
VIENNA MADE SEPARATE
PROVINCE OF AUSTRIA
VIENNA, Sept. 14. Consent was
granted by the constitutional commit
tee today for Vienna to become a
separate Austrian province. This re
versed u former decision by the com
mittee The boundaries of tin- new
province will l,e decided upon l the
upper Austrian diet and the city
Nothing Heard After Liner
Left Reno Yesterday
Heading for Hast
TWO BIG ARMY PLANES
LEAVE TO JOIN HUNT
Believe Aviator Was Forced
Down At Isolated Spot in
HEN". Nev . Sept. l.V Nothing had
been heard at headquarters of the
aerial mull .erslco here at noon to
day of the whereabouts of Pilot Baton,
who left here yesterday morning in a
mall plane headed east.
rilot lienton. flying a privately
owned p!ane with a short fHing radius,
left here at 9 o'ciocjl this morning f
cover part of lh.0, route which Raton
sho ild hnve taken P nton will flv
as far east as Fallon ami look for
Kalon in some of the desert country
over which he should have flown
Two Urge army planes equipped
with radio apparatus ,,re expected ,,
reach lleno about 1 o'clock from
Math r field, Sacramento. A field
radio station will be set up and the
two planes will make a complete re
connaissance of ihe northern part of
the state between Keno and lilko In
search of the missing plane.
1SK I IU Bl K Ml).
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 1 .". - Aerial
mall officials of Itcno have been re
quested by air mall hc.uhuurters here
to employ a forest patrol or army air
plane to hum for John L. Katon.
transcontinental aerial mall aviator
who haj been lost on the Nevada
desert since 10 a. m. vesterday.
I OIU BD M 1 M
The authorities here believe Katon
was forced t make a landing at some
Isolated point on the Nevada desert
after losing his way.
Eaton took plane A-l out of Reno
after it had been brought from Ban
Francisco in the record-breaking time
of one hour ami fifty mlhutes yester
day morning At 4:90 p. 111 osi.r
day the authorities here Were notified
that Faton had not completed the
short flight to Elko.
Two army airplanes carrying three
enlisted men and a radio officer as
well as their pilots, left the army fly
ing base at Mather field, near BaCTS
nienti,. for Fallon, Nev.. shortly be
fore noon today, to hunt for John
L. Eaton, transcontinental mall avia
tor, who is lost on the Nevada desert,
ENGLISH LABOR PAPER
TURNS DOWN RUSS GOLD
LONDON, Sept. 16. The board of
; djrectors of the Dally Herald will not
accept the Russian novel government's
, offer of 76,040 pounds.
I A resolution adopted declares that
1 the directors had no knowledge that
the money had been offered.
Mr. Maynoll, through whom the
offer came, resigned.
The lally Herald, radical laborlto
organ, rei entl) frankly asked Its read-
ers whether it should accept 75.000
I pounds from Russian sympathisers.
WlUlOUl 'he support of this money, it
addid, it would he compelled to double
'WET' APPEALS IGNORED
BY MEXICAN PRESIDENT
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 15. Petitions
asking the government to raise the ban
against the sale of intoxicating liquor
I which "as announced last week and
which ordered all drinking places in
'he capital closed from earlv Baturday
afternoon until Sundiv morning have
been received In large numbers v the
! No consideration has bean gien
them, according to a statement made
last night by Provisional President de
la Muerta. This attitude "n the part
of Ihe administration I.-, cou ld, red to
reflect its intentions to take steps to
carry out its proposed "dr 1 program.
SEIZURE OF ISLANDS BY
D'ANNUNZIO IS DENIED
Fir M EC, Sept. H, Reports that
I troops under command of Captain
Gabriel d Annunilo have pccupled the
Islands of Cherzo. Vcgll.i ami rb
In tile Gulf of Quarnaro, are without
foundation. The Associated Press
1 correspondent Is still in this cltv.
CORONER PROBES DEATH
! OF BABES IN CONVULSIONS
CINCINNATI. 0., Sept. l.V Three
infant children of 'ari Williams of
I Newport. K .. died toda) following
convulsions. Th coroner is investigating.
He's Ogden's Guest Today
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JAtfFT S7. Car
j SICK CHILD TO
Italian Employers Begin to
Feel Compromise Plan Is
MILAN. S, pi 14. Plans for a law
providing for the collaboration of
workmen in the management of In
dustrial plants, which will ic pre
sented at the next session of tlw- Ital
ian parliament, have been placed i" tht
hands of a commission appojnted i,v
Socialist members of the house of
Leaders declare that the occupa
tion of plants throughout the country
will continue until employers privi
leges are suppressed and the new
rights of labor acknowledgi 0
While 11 majority of employers
strongly resist the workmen's scheme
for assisting in ihe work of manage
ment, there is an important section
Which Suggests that the men's scheme
be accepted on general lines in older
that the conflict going on at present
may be ended.
Negotiations between the two sides
in the conflict have been rendered
I more difficult by the work of Irre
j sponsible agitato is , i Verona, a nodi
of railway men and street car cm
I ployes, headed by Blgnor Bcarabcllo,
Socialist deputy, invaded the Rossi
factory, the employes of which had
refused to odbupy the works. Scara
bello Is declared to have given the
Rossi family a minute In which to
abandon lbs adjacent home. Rossi
object ed, sav ing he had a sick son and
that the physician in attendance re
I fused to take ih, responsibility in
allowing him to be ronioved
"We undertake the responsibility1
S, irabello is alleged to have declared.
and ho Is said to have covered RosM
with a revolver until Ihe works and
the house were cleared.
WEST VIRGINIA PAPER
RAISES DAILY CHARGE
CHARLESTON, W. V , Sept. 13,
Announcement w.i made today by
the Charleston Oasette that U had
1 increased the price of the dully Issue
from three to five cents, beginning tO-
1020 POPULATION OF
RENO, M A l V 12,016
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15, Reno,
Nev.. 12.016. Increase 1,149 or 10. a
Modesto, Cel., 9,341, increase B.J07
or I '.".'.1 per id
Vlsalttk, Cel., ."'.7.'3. increase 1,203
or 26, 1 per cent, '
; LT SAYS
Far East to -Become Outlet
for U. S. Manufacture
NEW YORK. Sept. IS, The Far
Last bids fair to become the greatest
foreign outlet In the world for Ameri
can manufacture and enterprise. If
1 properly developed by our business
I men and investors, declared Thomas
I W. Lament, of J. P. .Morgan ft Com
pany, today, following his return from
! the Orient where he participated In
. formation of the new consortium to
place China on a firmer economic
His address was delivered before the
American Manufacturers association.
I Kuropen nations have learned. he
Isald. that the policy of the warship
and grab'' Is outworn and that they I
can best serve th'lr Inteic and
I those of China by stopping the race
I for concession and by adopting plans
UD FOB iiin
Financial assistance Is to be given
(China by the new consortium, com-!
I posed of strong banking groups In
Great Britain, Franco, Japan and the j
I'nlted States'. Mr. Lament declared
the consortium was formed on the
Ameri in basis of a free and full part
nerahlp," and thought it BhOUld stabil
ize China, which was said, was look
ing to America as "her guide, her
Counsellor and her friend "
""A great system of railroads must
! be built over there." lie said, point
' log qui China would recpilre consld
able American steel, bridges, equip
ment, farming implements, cotton mill
and mining machinery7, and machine 1
! making tools. 1
Mi l Ul V RH 11 ( tHATUV,
"To keep A Ort.OOO.oOO people sup
plied with moving picture shows." he
added, "will be quite a task even for
a niertcans "
Siberia is In need of American ma- (
ehlnery and methods," he continued. I
"as well as men .Who would develop'
lts rich agricultural, timber and mln-
iing resources. It Is readily able to
support 1 mi. iion. 000 persona, though
Ills present population is only 13,-
j ""The Russian Soviets have gained
;a foothold there but the Simon-pure
1 brand of 4iolshe.-m has iot flour
' ished. The people of Siberia are al
ready landholders "
Japan n oommerclAlly handicapped.
Mr. Lamont said,- hy the policy of I
(Continued on Page Thirteen.) 1
ASSEMBLES FOR !
Democratic Nominee, Delayed,
Receives uearty Welcome
From Utah Citizens
'BIG BUSINESS' RAPPED
IN SPEECH AT BRIGHAM
Accuses Forces of Wealth of
Attempt to Defeat His
Governor Cox arrived from Brig
ham City in h;3 special train at
3.20 o'c'ock th c afternoon and
immediately was taken to the Al- 1
hambra theatre, where he gave his
' 'r;den was prepared to give a rous
ing veeome to Governor James M
1 OS Of Jhlo. Democratic candidate for
president of the I'nlted States, upon
id? arrival here this afternoon for an
address at the Alhnmbra theatre.
The governor was duo hero at 2:30
lock but at that hour he was still
speaking to the Peach Day throng at
1 -rlgb.i m ity.
The governor arrived In Brlgham
1 bout an hour late, owing to hln bav
in a lib-d to his speaking engagements
Id Le id of limiting them as throat spe
cialists have advised.
Anticipating the arrival of tho gov.
rnor. a huge throng assembled at thi
Alhambra theatre lo hear the gover
MET BY GOVERNOR
Governor Simon Bamberger arrive
1 ' den to greet the nominee here
"d Invito nuu to mne the trip to Sc't
1 . .11 the Bamberger automobile.
Mayor Frank Kr.mcls was to give
the offlclwfgreeting to the governor
upon his arrivnl here. H. S- Hinck
ley was to Introduce the governor to
ih, Alhambra theatre audience.
RK I II n COMPLETE.
All arrangements for the reception
of the Democratic standard bearer had
be n completed at noon. The prepa
rations were taken care of by the gon
rrai committee which included the fol
Mayor Prank Francis, E. S. Hlnck
ley, M. P. Brown, Guy Johnson. M.
E Browning, Mrs R. B. Porter. W. J.
i'arker, Joseph L. Rliie. Adam L. Pel
erson, A. L. Brewer, Willard Scow-
R. B. I'orter. S. S. Smith. A. H. I
Bander, P. B. Unbend, Gilbert Thatch
er. D. D. McKay. Joseph B. Carver, ii
.iosepli Bldwell, Joseph L. Peterson,
Anson C. Call.
Mrs. E. S. Oakley. Darrell Green- I
well, C. J Humphries. Mrs. fhrla j
Flygare. C A. RoQqulat, Lv J. Tav
lor. H. II Goddard. E. H. Goddard,
Robert I. Burton. H. M Monson. Mitv !
S Smith, Mrs. H. II Spencer. Mrs.
T. B. Dee, R. A. Non is and Josephine
EL4 OMTNG PARTY.
An official welcoming party, con
sisting of Senator William H. King.
Congressman Milton Hi Welling.
Thomas X- Taylor, Democratic candl- i
1 le lor governor, accompanied the j
Cox party from the state lino. They
hud gone north this morning to meet
"BIG Bl SI Si ESS" VTT i B ED,
BRIGHAM. Sept. 15. Thousands of
' eh Day celebrants today listened
with close attention to Governor James
M. Cox. Democratic presidential can
didate, who attacked big business" as
le.spnnslble for many bad conditions In
the i'nlted States and said "big busi
ness" was organized In an effort to H
dife.it Ii 1 hi from being elected.
The governor arrived at 1:45 o'clock H
irom Logan, more than one hour lulc.
Ho was met at Ihe station by a re
ceptlon committee, headed by Mayor
Peters and ut the head of a parade 'M
of decorated automobiles proceeded to
the court house where a speaker's All
Miami had been built. ' ffl
INTRODU4 El) in M IYOR.
Mayoj nomi- II
nee as a man who had three times HI
slate. "Although this Is a non-pui ti- n I
u gathering," the mayor said. "I am
- ire we want to hear the m.-ssago that
such a progrtgasivi man as Governor f
L'ox can leave with us." f
He attacked what hp declared was
tho criminal use of campaign funds
and thcu said that American voters
Should ote Just as their sons shot, "to
"lie gov ei nor referred to the Non- I
I i t's in putty victories In Xorth Da- I
IcOta and declared tli.it the furm-is ,H
were forced to organize themselves
Into a political organisation because
they were being robbed by the same
Croup Whloh Is fighltog against his aj
Furl hct inon', he declared there was Ffl
a spread of Bolshevik ideas through
out the nation and that this spread
was due In great part to the reaction-
II ry methods of this "big business"
N. Y. CENTRAL PERMITTED I
TO FLOAT BOND ISSUE
WASHINGTON. Sept 15 Author- H
Ity was given the New York Central
railroad company today by the inter
state commerce commission to issue
collateral trust 10-year 7 per cent
bonds to the amount of $25,000,00u
n d refunding and improvement mort
gage bonds lo the amount of $10 -000,000.
CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
CHARGES AGAINST BOYS
FREMONT, Neb.. Sept. 16. Two
boys. Leon and Lloyd Harlan, were
arrested at Scribner today and char
eil with cruelty to animals. The .
specific charge Is cuttng the tongue S
from S mule's mouth. They are lield )
in the county jail here awaiting trial,