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Gooc? Morning One of the strongest charac teristics of genius is the power of lighting its own fire. J. Foster. S3 .1 thunder showers Saturday i d probably. Sunday ., n. NO. J37. PALATKA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1921. PRICE FIVE CENTS ' " ' " T5" T 1 - ' - iailtt ill GEORGE IS r TURKEY COTHJCTIGHS ; Intimate Confabs Jith DeValera and C: James Craig : ' j- " " " " - ; is s Expected That. All hire Factions Meet ; Next Week ,i s ha t rui Conference Next Week LORD PEEL 4 Lord Peel, alwava looked udoii S3 "stormy petrel" In various offices, has now- reached cabinet rank as chancel lor of the duchy of Lancaster. He ! member of the bar of London, and haa octfri. ii war cerresDondent for Lon don dally newspapers in Turkey and In South Africa. 1 MINGO WAR CASUALTIES Six Forms of Verdicts , May Be Returned v v By the Jury. 4 (Br AMoclated Preaa) Cleveland, July 15. The jury in the case of Eva Katherine Kaber, charged with the murder of her hus band, Daniel F.x Kaber, had not reach ed a verdict at 10 o'clock tonight and was taken to a hotel for the night. It will resume" deliberations again at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning. Six forms of verdict were given the jurors, only one of which they may return as their decision in the case. They are: guilty of murder in the first degree, which carries ' with it death in the electric chair: first rie eree murder, with a reenmmendntinn for mercy, carrying with it life im prisonment without hope of pardon; second degree murder, carrying life imprisonment subject to pardon by the governor: manslaughter, carry ing a penalty of imprisonment from one to twenty years; not guilty, giv ing her absolute freedom: not omil ty on the ground of insanity, thus freeing her on the murder charge, but subjecting her to- confinement as on meanA naNAn ' ' - ft.eeney; presiaencox ' tne - -Miners , , . . : , ... u'. aicate . tnat some sug- District JIii!o;JfiKfiM jvernment" taCcome -to Mr. Keeney agreed -with represehta- j be mentaiy irresponsible at the time tives of the operators wno piaceu h.c casualties in the same period at 27 (Bit AMOcIated Preis) ' ' idon, July 15. Two more im nt conferences were held today t ef?ort by the Prime Minister, Joyd-George and the leaders of erri and northern Ireland to lay undation for a meeting" of the s of the two countries to en r to reach a solution of the problem. ( first conference, was between -George . and Eamon DeValera fish republican leader, and the 1 between Mr, Lloyd-George and anies Craig, Premier of Ulster. Ticial information as to the re ittained by the conferences was I, but it may be said that the niniiVJr negotiations are shap etter than anyone could have DeValera will meet Mr. Lloyd- casualties resulted during the , past e ag-un Mondav while Sir vea- from i-w trouhlea '" In" th PLACED ATI 00 BY MEN WHO WEREIN. BATTLES Mountaineer Never Shot Twice Without Hitting the Target b """"j. " year jrom labor troubles m the ''' !mm?ned some members Mingo,', JflT.. Vai, coal fields, C F. V t to London which would Keeney president. of the . Miner' M ka ... . . . - . . .. ... - . - THV I, U 1 1. 1 e n. c avav - tuuaiuba ... v.. r Inai was iiioiic ally it is said by those in dose that the dead were "mostly men on ciared, was upon the defense wilh the negotiations that the other side." j , is every prospect that the pro Mrifpronre of Mr. Lloyd-George, 3e Valera and Sir James Craig Materialize early next week, icn the Ulster Premier left ling street at 5:30 o'clock this noon Mr. Lloyd-Georgtf had had v n "man tn man" discuS- tiuui-i ...... v with Mr. De Valera and two miA a.'half with Sir James e is reason to believe that at the ination of these intimate talks little of the view points he three leaders the handicaps which they, are fettered and the over which they would not, or not, step, which had not been e perfectly clear to the others. rom the sequence of develop- ts thnKB who have closely fol- ;d the meetings inferred that the m center had shifted to the r men's camp. It is intimated i-wll informed quarter that Sir ics now4 is face to face with the nite alternative arrived at in the fd-George-De Valera interchanges rdav and today. The same rmant expressed belief that these not retarded as utterly impos- hv Sir James but that they in- ve; concessions which the Ulster der is unwilling to pledge on his i responsibility "Tn the words of a law officer when a real mountaineer of Mingo county shoots twice at a man and doesn't Will him. Keendv explained, 'it is because he ws not shooting to hit." At the same time, speaking to b B. Avis, counsel for the operators, he declared the strikers ''have been forced into every battle there by you and your order." R. H. Kirkpatrick, another witness, fnrmerlv mine foreman for the Burn- woll r,oal and Coke company, testi fied that the imitation battle around KABER JURY GOES TO BED WITHOUT REACHING VERDICT Will Resume Delibera tions at 8, 0'Clock This Morning r E , WALTER DILL SCOTT This is a new, portrait of Dr. Wal ter Dill Scott, president of Northwest ern university,, Evanstort, III. of the" murder. The burden of proof that she was insane however, he de- ENTIRE FRANKNESS AT COUNCIL TABLE TO 6E JAPAN'S DISARMAMENT America Reasserts Its Proposals as Host to Conference German Destroyers Easy Targets For American Gunners ON ' BOARD THE DESTROYER SICARD, EN ROUTE TO NOR VOT.V. Va.. Julv 15. The former German destroyers, V-43 and S-132, were sunk this evening by the com KinoH kVipII fire of the destroyers nea xnat nic hiuww" mv.v Leary ana nerDert aim uatc a mine tunnel had been staged by J Florj,ja ami Delaware, of the Atlantic his superiors and himself "to get . The went ,jown 6t a point martial law declared and beat the strike." One . mine official went up nin tho woods and shot many times I at the tunnell entrance, Kirkpatrick said, while he, with two guns, shot vigorously back and two other men 'went to outflank" the supposed as sailant. ifoonpv and Attorney Avis wrangl ed for the course of another hour as the witness denied charges that the TTnitBd Mine Workers win their bat- lie at the point of a gun" and asserted that the operators brought in gun mon" and detectives. The Baldwin- seventy-five miles off the Virginia capes selected as me s"": j"1" tho nnce enemv vessels turned over to the United States after the world war. Th V-43 after being hit twice by the Leary finally was accounted for hv the Florida which scored time at ter time with shells from her star- hnard batterv of seven five inch de strover defense rifles each ot wnicn snoke twenty times. Twenty-nine minutes after the Florida opened fire at a range of 7,500 yards the former enemy craft went down stern upK ( II y Amuclated Pres Washingion, July 15.-Japan's re luctance to take part;ih an unre- fairs "at the disarmairienfconference led the United States , set foijth anew today its idea-tMijrbltt 'StteSonaia-tte 5:dei, gpvernmeat were not disclosed tmt they are neiu by officials here to be sufficiently de finite to permit of ta . comprehensive ; reconsideration of the whole subject by Japanese- statesmen. " American qfficials look forward to the result with entire confidence. AJthough holding to its firm belief that far eastern and Pacific problems are linked closely wiht any effort to reduce armament the position of this government is understood to be that the important object after all is I to get the powers together around a council table where each is willing to speak and act in entire frankness in the interest of ;ood understanding. The feeling here is that once that object has been ittained an agree ment easily will b( reached as to sub jects of discussioi provided none of the powers ties ts own hands be fore the conference begins. There is 'reason to believe that Amoi.ii.on -ffi7riilt U'Vin otnnd in the capacity ofj hosts to the conference have no ia of dictating advance iust what subjects shall be consid- j i ered. At tb) same time there is mani fest here j belief when, the moment of deciBioi come that no nation will care to tae on its shoulders the re sponsibility for refusing to discuss any queson which seems vital to the peaciof the worid. NATIONAL HO E BILL INCREASED BY W00.000 Hides and Leather Are Taken From Tariff Free List IS BIGGEST0UJRA6E YET Farmer Gets Less For Hides and Public Pays More Feltz detective "agency was frequent-1 The s.i3jwas hit sx times by ly mentioned as the . mine guarding I shelg from the four rifles of the . ... awl I . . j :i i Bjr AMociatcd PreM) -Washington, July 15. Hides raw, green and pickled were all thrown off the Fordney tariff free list today by the house which voted to impose an ad valorem duty of 15 per cent, to be 'followed by another amend ment taxing all leather products including shoes. There were many breaks from straight party lines on the first contested section of the measure, hut "finding themselves with voes to spare, republican lead ers forced an early adjustment over the democratic demand that the. bill be read for amend ment. . Representative Hawley, of Wash ingtonn republican member of the committee, in pleading against the duty desJared the farmers by such a tariff would get less than they were now paid and that $81,000,000 would be added annually to the nation's "rtD'h'can.o'rvHe was joined Senate wHo'oW-timjUe nP'tttfeT: Payne-AWrich bill did not put one cent of tax on "the hide of the cow". Hopes of Democrats Ended The action of the leaders in ad journing after a fire hour session and on the heels of an eleven hour sit ting yesterday ended the hope of democrats of a chance to demand a vote on amendments generally. Af ter discussion had been running for two hours, Representative Garrett, of Tennessee, the acting democratic leader, offered a motion to close de bate at once so that the house might have an opportunity to work on the bill under the five minute rule ac cording to the legislative custom. The republicans countered with a motion .for two additional hours of debate and got it by a party vote. Under the rule by which the Fordney bill has right of way another vote will be demanded in the house pro bably" next Thursday, the action to day being in. committee of the whole and watching agency, Firebrand Leaders to Leave I Br Awwclnted Pl . Charleston, W. Va., July 15. Davis Robb, international financial agent of the United Mine Workers of Am erica in the Mingo county strike ter ritory, and three other leaders of the union, will leave West Virginia be- fnvn npxt Monday night according to an announcement by the state gov ernment tonight. This agreement was reached between union leaders and representatives of the state late to j Wat Vircmia Sunreme ' L mill 1X1 ysiuv., ' - Uttjf mici - --o - . ..i a TJuffoln testified 4 Annonlc earlier in the day ltfir - omnavui ivaiuiv day in the divorce suit of James A. ha(j denied the release of the men ;i'Uman, fJew ' York banker who from the custody of the state militia imed Beauvais as correspondent. !on wits of habeas corpus The witness said that he and Mrs, cauvais' Perfect English First Got Him Ann's Notice 0y AuoelatMl P ' " , Poughkeepsie, July .15. Fred auvais' fluent English led Mrs. illman Yto invite him to eat with r aod the rest of her hunting party the Canadian woods when she first liivrt in Mnvpmher. 1916. ti Herbert and was officially described then as in. a sinking condition. She was finished off by, the gunners ol the Delaware. ' :illman aVid her two children made i the party. Beauvais was the only le of three Indian guides hired who mi,i sneak Enirlish. Because of that iit he was frequently invited to eat i ay NEGRO 'PHONED GOTHAM BUT COULDN'T PAY TOLL Jacksonville, July 15. Henry Ro binson, a negro farm hand, came to Jacksonville this week to see tne Booz Raiders Must HavcWarrant Rules Fedeal Judge Call r AaHot-isied I'reM) Jacksoille, July 15. Two cases involvinjriolation of the prohibition laws werlirown out of federal court here Thulay by Judge Call on the ground t the officers making the raids fai( to possess search war rants. j (By AMOClaiea rnwii " Atioine ior me utrivuuauta iib- r.ieueland. O.. July 15. Resenting . K.fL ct teoti . v. . , , - H UVJCVP W v-.."ti wv-uw. a statement made in London, ColoneMmoney 0n ground that the officers by Colonel George Harvey, ambassa-i no geh warrants and in sus. dor to England, that the war was tainin thbjection Judsre Call rul fought by the united oiaies motives of self interest, delegates to the second annual convention of the Poinhnw Division Veterans Associa tion today condemned Colonel Harvey. Aether resolution declaring the SIR ALFRED LAWRENCE r IBy iiilltilil in V COMPENSATION BILL IS SENT TO THE COMIVIITTEE President's Demand For Recommital Turns the Tide WILD SCENESIN SENATE McCumber and Reed In a Near Fight Over Remarks Sir Alfred Lawrence has becorm lord chief justice of England, succeed I Ina Lord Reading, now viceroy oi India. REFUNDING OF ALLIED DEBT IS GETTING TOO LIGHT TO PLEASE Now Certain That Brit ain Is Hopeful U. S. Will Cancel It (By AMortutrd PreM) Washington, July 15. Refunding of the allied debts got into senate de bate today. Senator Reed, democrat, Missouri, stating . he was glad,, at !astthat Xha public had been ap-. tainnat" tn&anteraar!u- woiib.,. w cancelled. He referred to the letters of Premier Lloyd-George to Presi dent Wilson and to Chancellor Cham berlain's cablegram and added: "Great Britain did seriously sug gest that the United States could en ter into an agreement to forgive the indebtedness of other European na tions to her. The British Premier and Chancellor of the Exchequer, it now is shown, made that proposa.l." A (Br Associated Presa Washington, July 15. The ad- s ministration won its battle i congress today when the senate, responding to President Hard- " ing's recent request,' recommit ted the soldier bonus bill indefi nitely to the finance committee. The . vote for recommital was 47 to 29,' and was interpreted by democrats to mean the "death' of the. bill but by republican leaders to mean postponement for only 'a few months with no substantial Joss to war veterans, beneficiaries. Both parties divided on the roll call, nine republicans voting, against. while eight democrats joined the bulk of republicans for recommitted. Republican losses on the vote were offset exactly by democratic acces sions, as two more republicans were pairedgainst recommittal and three more democrats fqr the motion.- . Set No Date for Renortinir Bin ' ; - rejected. Senator Pittman, .democrat. Nevada, thereupon announced ' he would make a motion every week hereafter to bring back the bill from committee. Strong clashes between democratic opponents and republican advocates of recommital marked the closing de bate. But they were mild as compared to the scenes which followed the roll call. Among these incidents was a challenge by Senator McCumber, re- . 1.11 XT 1L ni.j. .1 J. Senator Reed also read a state- ,pu"can, iNortn aKota, cnampion oi tne motion, to senator Kei, aemo- ment accompanying the budget pre sented this year to the British par liament in which it was stated that "it is to be hoped" that it will not be jiecessary to provide for all of the interest on the foreign debt next year." The senator's statement .brought a reply later from Senator Glass, democrat, Virginia, former secretary of the treasury, who declared the treasury, under his administration, Opponents of the duty said, however, ; never ),ad given support to any pro Rainbow Division . Resolutes Against Harvey and Dry they 'had little hope of defeating it then. Cannot Drive Taxis Off Tampa Streets (By Auflnted PrrB , Tampa, July 15. Every one of the taxicabs which were ordered from their old stands on the public streets bv Chief of Police WilViams Tues day morning were back at the old locations this afternoon. ; The change came about through a court ruling by Circuit Judge F. M. Robles today that the part of the re cently enacted city traffic ordinance i which prohibits the parking of pub lic service cars within two blocks ot Franklin street is invalid. The city will appeal the case to the state supreme court it is under stood. " PABLO MAYOR'S CHAIR TOO SMALL FOR NEWLY ELECT. t he was frequently mvitea to bbi. . . t It while the sights and then called New YorK Dy h the rest of the party while the g to iearn what tnor Indiana ate tv themselves Clnwson, who is the son of a ta'fhy Buffalo manufacturer was !ive, under cross examinatino, t was said, of the date he had seen v. and Mrs. Stillman together at 'i-antico,,. hills in the months pre- :.ng the birth of Guy Stillman. eighteenth (dry) amendment was adopted while 4,000,000 men were either in France or in training camps and advocating that no change in the constitution on any subject be made when men are at war, was unanimous ly passed. long distance telephone to learn what hat citv had to offer. He -was sen tenced to 10 days at the county pri- in farm when he admitted he was Tml nrenared to nay J25 cost ol tne S0X JURY SECUKliU call, which was made irom . neB, ,r -3 L. whicn hotel and charged to Robinson" -r ot ilm0nce 0, count 1 ed that thases could not be tried on such evice. ' "Because man is an officer is no excuse forim violating the law," declared J'e Call, "lne national prohibition ws, are very clejfr in stating tha; search warrant must be obtainehd an officer, either state, or feil, is violating the law himself whi he makes a search without pro papers." (By Associated Prr Pablo Beach, July 15. The city council of Pablo Beach will have to acquire a larger executive chair be fore its newly elected mayyor can take office. J. A. Busses', who recent ly defeated C. B. Oliff, incumbent, and others for the office, took one look at the chair and remarked that his more than 200 pounds of mayor alty dignity would require a more stable settee. . , the Chicagchite Sox1 players and others indie on charges of con spiracy in (ectition with the al leged throw of the 1919 world series was pleted today. -. BABE UP TO THIRTY-FIVE St. Louis, July 15. Babe Ruth made his 85th home run in the sixth inning of today's game with one man on base. ' posal involving cancellation of the iriter-allied debts. Mr. Glass read a cablegram received from President Wilson while the latter was at the Paris peace conference saying that he was keeping "a close watch' on the matter of America's loans and assuring his treasury secretary that there was no necessity to worry over proposal that America forgive her debt "Lone Wolf Hanged For Murder of Two Men After a Theft ( By AnKoclatnl PreaM Chicago, July 15. Harry H. Ward, known as the "lone wolf" bandit was hanged today at the county jail. He paid the death penalties for the killing of Thomas Graney and Ru dolph Schwartz last fall when they attempted to stop him after he had robbed a hat store. Two others were wounded by Ward at the same time. G TOR HUNTERS COMPLAIN SCARCITY OF SAURIANS (By Associated Press) Freeport, July 15. James Knight and John Reddick, professional al ligator hunters, are complaining ber cause weather conditions were un favorable during the time they were on their latest .'gator hunt. They 'kil led only one hundred and ,four sau- rians and residents here are wonder ing what the total would have been had the weather been propitious. Al ligator hides are in great demand at this time by manufacturers of lea ther novelties. ' , . ' crat, Missouri, 'to settle a question qf veracity "outside" and shouts of "sit down" made to Senator McCum ber by Senator Watson, democrat, of Georgia. Senatorial dignity and rule were lost in the confusion. A half dozen ' senators were speaking at once. clamoring for recognition by the Vice President. w McCumber Starts the Row The row broke when Senator Mc Cumber was recognized by the Vice President, to explain the effect of the'bill's recommittal. Senators Ro binson, democrat, Arkansas, and Reed -declared that there being no bill or other business before the senate Mr. McCumber's speech was not in order but .the Vice President ruled, in fa vor of Mr. McCumber. There were many tense moments, especially when Senator McCumber and Senator Reed walked toward each other from opposite sides of the aisle. Senator Robinson nad others, however, stepped between them. This occurred when Senator Reedfi refer ring to Mr. McCumber's invitation, for discussion of their differences "outside" declared: "I never saw a blackguard yet who did not want to go outside to settle." McCumber Starts for Reed Senator McCumber then left his seat and moved, toward Senator Reed while Senator Williams, - democrat, Mississippi, called Mr. Reed to or der. Senator Robinson, declaring that the personalities did not reflect credit to the senate, "suggested that both senators go over the record and delete their remarks." Both senators finally agreed to this, Senator Reed saying he did not wish any reflection to stand. He added, however, that , "the outside is -.so large that it is generally "considered a safe place." "I can say 1 with absolute assu rance to the American people and the American soldier," Mr. McCumber said, "that this bill will be enacted into law, and I am certain that its effective date, July 1, 1922 of pay ments will not have to be extended. Delays will not deprive veterans of a single right under the bill." n ! - :4 r i v-v t '