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Ky , September 22. —One man is dead, two others are probably fatally wounded and another is seriously hurt following a clash between members of the McCormick and Stanley families in MoClean County yesterday, according to re ports received here from Calhoun. Otis M •Cormirk. 2S. was killed. Roes McCormick, 56. father eif Otis and Frank McCormick, brother of the victim are probably fatally wounded and Melvin Stanley is seriously hurt. Melvin Stanley amt his brother. David. have been placed in jail at Calhoun charged with murder, ac cording to the report. Members of tin- McCormick family were en route to their home from a church meeting- when they stopped at the farm house of O.ivid Stanly, according to th- version e.f the affair revived here. An enmity between the two families had existed tor some time, and the McCormicks called for the Stanleys to come out. The Stanleys accepted the invi tation. the report added, and the opposing factions met in a field near the Stanley home. 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Addi tional charges for coal checking, refreshments and special dances would bring the total to sa,ooo 000. j the committee reported. The annual attendance at the I 23s licensed dance- halls in Man hattan is placed at 6.113.604. Much immorality and drinking were re ported by the committee. WRECKERS IN ATTEMPT ON PASSENGER TRAIN Place 200 Pound Signal Post on Tracks. Which Derails the locomotive. By the Associated Press. CUL.yI.TTT, c,a.. September 22. — What appears to have been a de liberate attempt to wreck the south ■ bound passenger train on the Georgia. Florida and Alabama Railroad was made yesterday. The train carries 1 the Atlanta-Tallahassee sleeper, do ' livered to that road at Cuthbert by (he Central of Georgia Railway. Would-be train wreckers moved a ‘ concrete signal post, weighing more than 200 pounds, from the railroad right-of-way and placed it across the rails, at the south end of a sharp curve, in sight of the Colquitt station. The pilot of the locomotive struck (he obstruction and the front trucks were derailed and ran for 500 feet on the cross-ties, hut the balance of the train did not leave the rails. EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1924. ITALO-SWISS TREATY ARBITRATION 0. K.’D * Far-Reaching Agreement Govern ing All Issues Possible of Dispute Is Signed. By the Associated Press. ROMK. September 22. —Treaty of I arbitration, far reaching in scope, j was signed Saturday by representa- I lives of the Italian and Swiss govern ; merits. The scope of the international instrument is all inclusive, and it is believed that it makes it certain that every possible question which may become an issue between the two countries will be submitted to arbi tration. Provided for in the treaty Is permanent conciliation commission j which will decide all disputes. If the j decision of this commission cannot be ! accepted by both governments, the j question at issue will be submitted j to the Permanent Court at The Hague. | the decision of w'hich will be consid | ered final and binding. Questions of | national honor and others hitherto | not included in such treaties are cov ered by the provisions of the Italo lSw iss agreement. which will be registered with the league of Na tions, and, it is expected, ratified soon ■ after the Italian Parliament recon ’ venes. 1 Premier Mussolini, one of the sig natories of the treaty, telegraphed to the President of the Swiss Confedera tion. expressing his satisfaction " for 1 this full and absolute consecration of the indestructible friendship between ' the two countries." * The Italian premier declared he * was happy to have the signing of the treaty coincide with the day on which Home and Italy celebrate the unity of the Italian nation In order to emphasize the importance he at tributed to "this treaty of conciliation ; and judicial agreement." WHEELER ITINERARY IN WEST ANNOUNCED Candidate to Begin Speeches in Billings. Mont., Will End Trip in St. Louis Oct. 24. By the Associated Press. CHICAGO, September 22.—Man agers for the La Follefte-Wheeler ticket, after conference with Senator Wheeler, their vice presidential can didate, gave out hero Saturday the complete itinerary for his Western tour, correcting the tentative an nouncement as to later dates. Trav eling by private car, Senator Wheel er’s party will be in Billings October I for a night address; Butte, October ( 2; Missoula. October 3; Spokane, Oc tober 4. Seattle, October 5-6; Port land, October 7-8; Sacramento, Oc tober 9; San Francisco. October 10; Think More About Bread Controlled by Science SCIENCE, in our laboratory, determines (f ' J J ' ix the precise degree of heat and the exact UmMiP jASwk ° HH? 1 period of time for the perfect baking of |! o iMSUBk o®,I Corby’s Mother’s Bread . U ® Science likewise controls this ideal heat, and 4? JJ period of baking, as the bread moves slowly ax? through our huge, modem, “travelling” ovens, until the loaves appear—crisp, golden-brown, fragrant— baked to perfection. H Z7h e cTby At every stage Science thus controls the mak ing of Corby’s Mother’s Bread, from the selec tion of the wheat to our scientific mixing of the dough, which develops all the gluten, master-builder of tissue and energy. Corby’s BREAD Definitely richer in Nourishment and Energy Los Angeles, October 11-12; Salt la»ke City, October 15; Pueblo, Oc tober 17; Wichita, October 18; Okla homa City, October 19-20; Topeka, October 21; Kansas City, October 22- 23; St. Louis, October 24. Meetings have Then scheduled in the various cities for noon or night speeches by the candidate, as may suit his traveling time, while he will reach voters in other places en route by rear-platform talks. Between Oc tober 20 and election Senator Wheeler is lively to be routed through the South and Southeast. But final tie- | termination has not been reached on | the subject. After the banishment of Napoleon i to Klba, and while the Bonapartists ! were plotting for his return, they | used to fill their boxes with i snuff scented with violets, his favorite flower. When desirous of learning which side an individual favored they would offer a pinch and -ask signifi cantly, “Do you like this perfume?” | DA VINCI LOCK FOUND. Engineering Work of Noted Artist Located in France. By Cable to The Star and New York Wortfl. PAIUS, September 22.—The founda tions of the first look that was built in France by l.eonardo da Vinci in the reign of Francis I have been dis covered near Vierzon, in the Depart- I ment of Cher. The famous artist, who was equally | skilled as an engineer, was sent to i Vierzon to map a route for the, salt j barges sent from Nantes to Hourges, i then the royal residence. As the | waterway at Vierzon was not navi -1 gable, da Vinci built the lock. A special ray of light which will penetrate for a distance up to 300 yards under water at any depth has been invented by an Italian scientist DAVIS’ DAUGHTER BACK. I Will Give “Moral,'’ Not Active, ! Support to Nominee. NEW YORK, September 22.—Mrs. | Julia, Davis Adams, daughter of John j W. Davis, will not take any active part i in support of her father’s campaign, she I said upon her arrival from Cop enhagen on the steamship Frederick I VIII. She added she would give her i father only her "moral support.’’ "I wanted to be as near my father i as possible while lie is fighting to I win," Mrs. Adams said, "and so 1 am i here." Mrs. Adams was disappointed when i she learned that her father was in | Indiana. - There was no one at the pier i to meet her. Eskimo mothers Instead of kissing ’ their babies as other mothers do, touch ■ noses. 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