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FIRST PICTURE OF ALLEGED K. K. K. MURDERS
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POST AKTHCR. Ost, DtcS Aj
wotres &as itrrcsreHl tire saea. ao
cestfJasg ts sealer rejects iaflig is"
tsiiy fneei Ji-e ssaw-corcffed trails
g tie SdEScea Hires- cn&fcnj: Tiese
repeats tsU cf a fcfyyg battle fescht
fey two TnWaiSS i&r a wiite trapper
had bsusniawswi asd kafedL
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car lux isuum fzzss)
WASHnfOTOX. Dec 2S Fbcsmt
PreaMunt WQses. pfaTTftg a qsec e&
serncBoe of the oceasfec at his 5nryN
Street hose, was reeerrigg eaasrasa
lattoBS today oa ais Gftih. bsi&gay.
T&i caly sc&gifgfeif event of tie ry
for tfee.farm.er presifeai was tie vEiit
of x delegation froaa tie Wooiraw
YTOsoa fbtnsf.it taa to citeol ttrti&ij-
euES imsras oa et me scv- j, Oars 3 cacsepocaSaes.
grass case BT tae lasaeaiiast. ana
iss tie fljMKhjW fins to te used fa
gerpetnatfag t&e. f4rr-s ejncnriitail &r
fiiis while; pcesfif es.
"It wa ammrtgfij at a naittfes c
tfee fcgwftfwr.ai heard cf trustees to
day thai SS8JW3 of tie osctzt as
fceeH costzf&ated wrfti aaataer- 51J,
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J KAXBAS CITY, Dec. 2S More than
30 persons are suffering from burns
I and injuries received from a dust ex
' plosion and fire in the mill of the
Scareer Flour and Cereal Co. here
this afternoon. Estimates of the loss,
range from $123,000 to 1150,000.
Firemen searched in the ruins
where a man was said to have been
se-n immediately after the explosion.
This man, it was said, made two at-
, tempts to escape from the building
t through a window, but each time
1 seemed to lack strength and fell back
into the flames. Company officials
, said all the men escaped from the
building.
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ASKS SEMITE
N8TT0AD0PT
A RESOLUTION
Chief Executive Sends Letter
To Chairman Ladf e Of
Senate Committee
Says Congressional ActrMt
Would Embarrass Him At
The Present Time
APPROVE PUNS FO
MEMORIAL BUG
Members Of Commission
Reach Final Agreement
With Architects
V3&ooxxy? (ZafrJ TKv&zrJC
Ona- jr the Vgttrun
Sere axe the-first excSssrre pictures to gzszi tie dirers setiiss fie bo-
Oss XS. Vecasai. Sc3s y Sasa q& Uss aSsd Ka Klsx KSes surfers dies ticre caier direciia of J. D.
raas 3352 Sad aarfi.tisscE55aa3s t XeT Kaace. Jjsssaasz. tizt tare Bcoer. Caited States aseat. trio de-
&es tecaJsaS ts C3rrj5iaa ual i tie aatiea. F. "KaSS. Daniel, ex- dares tie -aricle -msrk was that cf
z
ssnos-Eia, sai Iboszts F- Eicaards
vre iateapefi-ty a TraJrrd frirt'!, aad
aerer reaxared. GoFecaor Pirter j of Uf-?? poca&z of dyaaafte faaaef
ceAaaa Sate troops to -Mer Boss? 1 fort to destroy tie bodies. rhtei. fcow-
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at wtafc g-iV-rrra aea set og a charge
!tieK. K:
Wiaeih?
eTer. were brought to the surface.
They had been -Breisited down. Ar.
rests are already in progress. At
lie cxtvesie left of the view of Agent
Bosey and the direr is Tot Davenport,
kidnapped at the .same that?, beaten
and released.
Wild Emfhyes Are
' Prmiei By Big Bs$
There Wa left Ope
Amfettscemeot wac Brie bjr Stajcr
Ki"gtey Thwratfcry tftat en aad af-
Mdiwfay. Jawujry t. aa canoi cf dss
fsr cava (a Me. Veceoa wtR be ei
ggctird ta bate oa tiieur cava se T323
Ucease nenfan. Ka exissaficni c5 tirae
vSt fee grvei it teieg fsuotA t&zt nana-
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Lav" Far Teaches j
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waatSu ee a
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si Ssr ax
fsiue tszsre lf- tec tgnfffrs to
uijiTn-rrr tile creaTC ajstsaa m-"rii' 8
twmt";wc txiw1' immw- eisy yaar.l
Sera cf mctartsis only aauae tfte Eaia- j jj -rmn&y ar jresisaasaBBi at taisy"!
tjrfe- given tftem. jgajjExi sasajm t Oxt r Teeter cssa-
xarsr SKigfey sanii tos ca fietia jijjua. eff jj,, 233 s-.. Ttsssri
gcossteit to Etsaa tiss order- Haitas
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ffise is aix aoptssxacsL to. ccmar ;ezrs
West Virginia Town Agak
Qaiet After GvaBatik la
Whkm ltH SiMts
Were Fired
TTASHIXGTOX. Dec. 2S Pcstsas-.
ter Geseral Wert: ia a stateaeat to
day t-anVH postal irarlxTs tor tie!
yh ;.7trfT with wiici tiry kaadledj
tie Ciriscaza nails. -The- acoosaptish-
was ryargaoie. fie czeoaivc
victim of ens
EXPLOSION DEAD
. lrs.
t&ere ha 6it;n: mcrfc air less dzinxCrx
fei secarisx: early- Ea tfi yeicr a sai
Sefeat nsffiiliic oC plates t f- Trr-g
6en: nxcssBarr to extendi t!bi tfnn Sti
yawt Ja.THaiTr I- last. ittr is. wxs tti
tesfedl a fnSL mowfr Ersm after taas.
tftwe St t saa that, sane a&uxmE tierr
, txrSegs. Bt ss tatt tiai cms ifcvrar-
xbk witk 6ttjaiJrj- a 12S3L TStessts a!3 c
tksos& the j ear mvnr turners ts u
"It is vita sincere apprfciataoa that
I T&osxeA cstiaa by -wire frotn all
Jed5oaa of tie cocatry tiat Cirist
raas deSiTeies iad bsea pst orer with
'ersa greater sacoess tiaa tonaerfy.
Clrrw: Arcs msii Jalliacsi tie Tofce of sail was a
7- : vcttt j y , a, Dec SS Jas-. ;amiiamr i3 per ceat greater tiaa
epfc Jaae. 58. a -1 -warier, aad Dp- j at aay tie on rtcord."
i3y SrerST Harry I-. Joaew cf Braall
a2s3 Satfeiaes retga-jgmAi. iTes Virj-raa. lay -Kocaiedj
in 2ias3Etsls today aai FoISaasbee.
West Yirgjaia. vzs recoreias frccal
tie ttzrocs of a saa battle between
Aged 18,
Dies Today; Mother
Died Yesterday
FORMER MAYOR IS
1st Tkt Aisaamt Ftcai
TOLEDO. Dec 2S James Itamsey.
IP-axjatis-old sen of William Kamsey,
who with his mother. 34rs. Grace Ram
sey. tZ. was injured when a gas ex
p3o.Mon wrecked tieir horse Dec. 22.
died in a hospital here today.
Tie ciSd's inother died yesterday.
Junes asS oSrials Izsl. s
Tbe patfee wiK fee uxsrucsf ta er-
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KarTZ ecmgsSisrr maEaaisi raal!
aote rfl Twiffti-TinTf cd tie jiris.(-K25ci as iaases were prJted iy isa-
emt 3c2iain trass. Serials of ixlkts freS frrcn a asscaiae
- J sen, jrv. rifJes aafl raot fc':s.
I Tie s2ukui!5 scrrta3 wiea Djpar
Isbssar Jxmesaisfl ceier oSoers wert
jttracEi tie Jossi Jooes bcffle to ar-
3-i -ttti cm wiie's ccELjUtzxi tiatl
fwialeaaifartie iECaenaecJBgaar&e;
15afl Jnroed ier at t2e -pxxs. . a gaa.
ntosa5eract!7fstyt3 5ai. ,
3nre siaa
yirtii and nt2Jy Junes
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H PfilSQIi SARAH BERHHARD
YEGGS GET54IJ
FMMEDIS0IC0.
Dr. B. H. McKok Loses Hisl
Fight To Ofcak Freedom
On Writ of Habeas
Cornas
rer T; E3i:u tessl
tiBsaaifl shots sex SLU.TJ3IOKE. Oac 5 Dr. B. H.
cirrii ial JIca.aa. loraier ayor of Jire Kosae.
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When Three Met Deoih!
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enrfy taSr tfew ogiuu she safe sff m4
Kzdatni aJBi.a' cs" ins Kar Yark cdhsm j
TP3l was SQCaB aSr
csv Be sacctx Puns
ADA- Bee. 2 Aftec- huarras caata- jCa. amS
ta tile effect tSn? thie aoiity rgB"XE arn sassiSis PhTTj OSan
wEie ages: at tai? EDecs. St. na, ate niigta vasannm HEts stoH-1
tMHafng hece lhaC TBnzsfay -nriimr mw3a: f"- 'h1 "-' and boss rstntsved as
'5 tie 3S " (flowa 5ns tttts,
MRS.MACSWEEHY
CREATES A SCDE
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IS MUCH BETTER
!La ciay tewt fcs git for ixamediate
TtHtxiit oa iabeas txirprs proceedings.
,He u rescaadfid "wiiiost prejudice"
J to sve tie Lcna&iasa aatharitjes op
I jofnastx va pnesat lieir cac
VcKeea was arrest rf here'
iTajejay it tie rsronea cf Coreraor
FaAer Ijtnnfsaaa. wio accad Juj .
of snerdtc- in cjcaectsoa wii tie
Mart-iocse Pirfci iidaaying last
Aarxrt. f
(rr 7fcr AS3CATE3 raisst
PARIS. Dec 2B The condition of
Sarah Bernhardt showed marked im-
1 provement today and doctors believe
she is out of danger.
j Members of the Memorial Building
j Commission at their session Wednes
day aiiernoon neia at mo omcu 01
President H. C. Devin, went over the
building plans with Architects Bulford
and Payne of Columbus.
The architects 'had brought with
them drawings showing the plans
worked out on a larger scale than
hitherto had been submitted. They"
also 'presented an eleratioa of the
building in colors. These drawings
were 'examined by the members care
fully and certain changes and altera
lions suggested. After these had been
incorporated approval was given to
the plans submitted.
The Banner has been promised by
the commission" a description of the
building plans and a cut of the build
ing drawing as soon as these can be
prepared by the architects. It is hoped
to make this presentation at an ear
ly date.
The members of the commission
and the architects are pleased with
the result of their combined efforts
and are confident that the public,
when an opportunity is given to exam
ine and study the plans, also will ap.
prove them. The belief is entertain
ed that the plans as adopted will give
Knox county a fitting and adequate
memorial room and auditorium that
will prove a wonderful asset to the
county and community.
After a four hour session the mem
bers of the commission adjourned.
They will meet again Wednesday, Jan
uary 10. Without delay the architects
will start the work on the working
drawings on which bids will be in.
rited.
The removal of the buildings now
on the site will begin shortly after
January 1. This work will be in charge
of Horace Ransom.
Agents Of Alleged
Anon Ring Seized
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AT CONFERENCE
IPtwasutraani. tram ItiTnttC Wmrcn.n-
and. Kashfirmie Bail aniC JnuTgme H&&-1
rSgfca tikes' dnrre? Banae fcmro nnribL
&s a. Binssr. Clirutnsr JSrStar-
aasBtHuatttf; t&alr hie wouafL aat- j
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Defies AH i! mats To
IEt Tk JttSSZUTTS FXESSI
LAl-SAXNE. Dec 2S The meeting
Arnold fife
3Esr incs ehc :$&. ai-cia lis!
5s iacimnihC2! no fcimmse ssamall
to -qrSitwmffia off TEinfflr SI Smritg.
iftambiirairifl Tinwai raxS jnouausv a&i
. .5 T2ave jnfires ef she BaWaJcre sa-,
Zlt&licvm Swaci. iSs is oty tvzn. de--01 commissioa on capitulations of
- . -aatd lie doctor she riaiiu. loO. jut- .r raa coherence uuiea w
He FrO msai ConSSe I A SfTMtn from. Attorney Generil.1"1 rrosrc at today's session.
Ctooo el Lozusssa SZxitA liat r. i!o' e ol e oeiesaic. en
'Ktca is 5n charaod wisi the roar-!11"2 ,h h11' a5a lhe conference
ir rf" liairf arf Tioams Rit2iardK - ehed a deadlock pending tie
-.-ra.. jr -.iji ,, - r -,Sarrival of the new Turkish instruc-
tBT-SHEaaacMCEs nsa jem Ks ay wilt snentrr paivrs. Jtioas from Angora.
-Mrs. .Mxratilj u e jms&VSe ti x-l. SL Kstncf
ti? ianaari AKrsaw Carmea. ccastl tor Dr. 34c-
In New York
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PAYS CITY JS-00 AND COSTS
'BteeifcaK afee 6ftB sus(iHe tsasc tteIttofcEto5ac3KS,sffsfeiaa2-iFS' Ssem- rrgjcsseawtwe.
Tie Ease''soer fee carried U.lke"s-f
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f ! Ttfwjse ostr' . ri" -" l"
A 5AL Vernon Han was found .by
Sheriff Lytic, in a state of intoxication?
em Ssati Main street "Wednesday' af-
teraoaau He was taken" befere-Hay
ex KeicJcq-.ia police cesit and oa nsak-
r3L f&a of etiHy was fined J3.6fl
tie ests.
(Br Tie Assaaitts Pessi
NEW YORK. Dec 2S Two men
taken in a recent roundup of burglary
suspects confessed today, according
to the police, that they had been em.
ployed by a laundry association at
f75 a job Jo destroy with acids wear
ing apparel in the workshops of laun
dry owners who refused to recognize J
them. '
They were reported to have told
police that they had worked together
on 15 jobs and that the laundries they
visited had been set afire by the acids.
A watchman was burned to death j
in one of the fires, they said. I
(Br the Associated ntsst
WASHINGTON, Dec 28 Presi
dent Harding asked the senate today
not to adopt Senator Borah's propos
al for a new. international economic
conference, saying in a litter to Chair
man Lodge of the senate foreign rela
tions committee that formal congres
sional action on the subject now
would embarrass him in negotiations
he already is conducting looking to
such a conference.
The president's letter was sent to
Senator Lodge for presentation dur
ing the senate's second day of debate
on the Borah proposal, which Is em
bodied in an aniendment to the naval
appropriations bill.
The president acted directly to
block senate action after he had con
sulted with Secretary Hughes and af
ter Senator Lodgo had visited the
White House and had reported on the
progress made in the fight already be
ing waged against the Borah amend
ment. The letter stated that v. hile the sen
ate might properly "advise" in regard
to international negotiations, its ac
tion on the Borah plan might give
"falso Impressions" to European
powers.
The administration, the president
said, was trying to be helpful in the
European situation, which had "been
given most thorough and thoughtful
consideration for many months."
Without disclosing details of what
he is doing, the president suggested
tint congress might be helpful by
freeing the hands of the allied debt
commission. He also declared that
the reparations was the foundation of
European difficulties and that "this
nation cannot assume to say to one
nation what it shall pay in reparations
nor to another what it shall accept."
As to further armament limitation
negotiations, also provided for in the
Borah plan, President Harding warn-,
ed against what might be "a gesture
of promise- to the world which cannot
be fulfilled until the nations directlj?
concerned express their readiness to
co-operato to such an end."
Snator Borah, discussing the presi
dent's letter, asked for information re
garding the administration's negotiations-
"I "ant not in a position to- say pre
cisely what they include," Senator
Ixyijjo replied, "but I can say what
they do not include. They do not in
clude cancellation of the foreign debt.
I asked that question of the president
and he said 'This administration has
been steadily against cancellation of
the debt and is now-"
SENATE ADOPTS
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And 2 Of Her
Children Fire Victims
I(t The AsacurzsFcui
BELUUKETDec 2S MraAYilliam
al. daughter Mary, aged 5 years,
were burned to death here early to
day when their home was destroyed
by fire. John, ased 3 years, another
J son, was framed seriously.
Expresses Joy and, Pleasure
Upon Recovery Toward
Health of Former
President
(lr Tut AuacuTi rtrul
JWASHtN'CTOX; pec 2S Wilhont
"debate and -vrita a chores of ayes front
Democratic senators and silence from
most of the Republican side, the sea
ate today adopted a resolution offered
by Senator Harris. Democrat. Georgia.
expressing "tie pleasure and joy of
the senate" npoa the recovery toward
health of former President Wilson.
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