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. - ROOM V r . PIONEER PAPER OF ARIZONA PRESCOTT JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, ARPIL 27, 1921 FIFTY-EIGHTH YEAR WHEELS OF GO 01 PEACE RES . START Tl (Associated Press Night Wire) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25. Progress on the initial administra tion peace policy to end the state of war by resolution of congress was made today in both branches of congress. In the senate the Knox peace reso lution, revised in minor detail, was reported favorably by the foreign relations committee and announce ment was made by Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, republican leader, that it would be called up tomorrow. Two similar resolutions, dealing separately with Germany and Aus- tria, were introduced in the house. by Chairman Porter of the foreign ' affairs committee, who announced they would not be taken up until President Wilson because of the sec after the senate has acted on the ton providing that the comptroller Knox measure. general and his assistant whose of- Although the senate is to begin fices would be created by the meas formal consideration tomorrow of ure be subject to removal by im the Knox resolution, it was not peachment or by concurrent reso thought tonight that actual debate lution after hearing for neglect, in would start before Wednesday. efficiency or malfeasance. The final draft of the Knox reso-; Mr. Wilson held that the president lution, reported today, differed little ' who would name those officials alone from Senator Knox's original meas-could remove them, ure. It would repeal the resolution I r declaring a state of war with Ger many and Austria, reserve all Amer ican rights and privileges under the treaties of Versailles and Trianon and hold subject 'to future disposi-1 tion the properly of enemy aliens. SCHOOL GIRL DIES ati ommniiT in An the 15 cotton-srowine states who " 111" II II 111 I I rflj ,ncct emP,l!s' Tennr, tomorrow VI UUlvilliLl jLiJJlii to complete plans for -.a natibnat co- l operative sales organization,' accord (Assoclated Press Night Wire) j inE to J. W. Coverdale, secretary of OCEANSIDE, N. Y., April 25. ! the American Farm Bureau Fcdera In the quiet of a study hour in the ; t'". who has just returned from the school here today, Miss Virginia Sis-' south. son, 17, walked to a window aifd J The conference, called by J. R. jumped to the yard, 20 feet below, j Howard, president of the federation. She died a few minutes later from a will conclude an intensive drive by fractured skull. 'state associations for the formation School authorities said they be lieved she had suffered a mental breakdown from- taking care of her four small brothers and sisters in the absence of her parents. FINE COURIER EDITOR (Associated Press Night Wire) WACO, Texas, April 25. M. M. Scholt, editor of the Cooper Courier, today pleaded guilty to libeling Pat M. Neff, governor of Texas, during the gubernatorial campaign last year, and was fined $500 in the county seat today. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn, 4; New York, 1. Cincinnati, 2; Chicago, 3. St. Louis, 5; Pittsburg, 6. Philadelphia, 7; -Boston, 5. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York, 3; Washington, 4. Boston, 3; Philadelphia, 2. Cleveland, 5;. Detroit, 3. St. Louis-Chicago, rain. SHE FATHER SHOOTS SATS DEAD WIFE WANTED THH (Associated Press Night Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, April 25. John Cornyn, recently released from a state hospital, appeared at the po lice station today with his clothes covered with blood and said he had killed his two boys, Arthur, 7, and Andrew, 8, in the hills 12 miles from here. For several hours he maintained he could not remember what he had done with the bodies. Cornyn, who was held tonight in the county jail across San Francisco bay from here, obtained the two 1 boys from an orphan's home yester- j day on order of a superior court j judge. According to police he ex-! pressed no remorse for his con-1 fessed act and ave as a reason that he had been "in communication" BESS 11 E; DEBUTE TO 01 KIX'S (Associated Press Night Wire) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25. The national budget bill with the same provision which caused its veto last year by President Wilson was reported to the house today by Chairman Good of the ways special budget committee, The measure as agreed upon by the senate and house in the. sivtv- BUDGET BILL'S PROVISO KEPT 1 sixth congress was objected to by,fhips on the Atlantic. Gulf of Mex- KK WOMED OUT j CHICAGO, April 25. The. entire ' cotton producing south will co-operate with the representatives of of state pools. DUBIOUS COTTON DUTY (Associated Press Night Wire) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25. An Arizona delegation including Senators Ashurst and Cameron to day asked President Harding's sup port for a duty of 20 cents a pound on cotton in the emergency tariff bill instead of 7 cents. The presi dent told his visitors he understood the bill rates would not be changed and could not promise assistance. LAGGING RETAIL PRICES (Associated Press Night Wire) Washington, d. c, April 25.;flBDUflT il ruftDP.VW Studies by the department of'com-j merce disclose that reduction in re-1 tail prices are not keeping pace with those in the wholesale trade, Secre- j tary Hoover said today. The inquiry is being continued, but Mr. Hoover i said that so far as his department was concerned, there was no appar- j ent remedy for the situation. witn nis wire wno aiea a year ago and that she had asked him to send all of their five children to her." According to the police, Cornyn ; tried to obtain nossession of two of I the remainintr children vesterdav! after the shooting. The bodies of the boys were discovered by George . . ... , .. V, . luaynooa, resiaent ot tne ipapman - Parks district, while Cornyn who ' had offered to lead police to the piace where he had shot his sons, was directing officers to a spot ap- proximately two miles away. They begged for their lives," Cornyn told a priest at the jail, "But they looked so pretty and I had to shoot them. I shot Andrew first. Arthur started to cry. Ke did not know what to do. I shot ! him then and placed their bodies side by side." mm hits STRIKE NT 1ST IT E (Associated Press Nisht "Wire) NEW YORK, April 25. Linos tending toward a nation-wide strike on May 1 of more than 175,000 unionized marine engineers, firemen and seamen were closely drawn here today when the union refused to con sider a new contract proposed by the owners carrying wage cuts averaging 25 to 35 per cent. The engineers, through their na tional president, W. R. Ryan, follow ed their refusal by issuing a strike order, effective May 1, if the cut is put into effect. The firemen and seamen, through ' Andrew Furuseth. president of the International Sea men's union, said their men had voted arid they too would quit work if the wage cut was made effective. Over seas and coastwise American flagged ico and Pacific will be involved un less the differences are adjusted!. "I am not to blame. It is Joe Morgan. Since he became Entry No. 1 in the Frontier Days calf tying contest, there is simply no holding him responsible, but he is responsible for this." That was President Dick Lamson of the Yavapai club when cornered by a number of members and asked the meaning of ther -postal', card' in vitation sent out ' ly' 'the 'entertaiii ment committee and announcing a "rodeo" for Friday cvefiiiiff ihts week.'. tainment, it is considered of suffi- ci'ent importance to cause the cliib to announce there will be no dining room service Friday evening, for the public. Instead, the members will gather at 7 o'clock under the aus pices of what is called the Prescott Munchin club , (believed to be a purely fictitious organization). A. Leslie Ruffles is designated a head waiter, but it seems this, too, is a more or less deliberate falsehood, fbr no such name appears in the direc tory. Under tlie head of Arena Di rectors, however, the directory car- 1ST IS IT? IS GLOB PROGRAM .. , T ,,. T3..rr, 'There is already abundant pep and nes the name of -Lester Ruffner, and.. . ' c. it may be that the entertainment ' . ' . t j ' , " ,. ri Only a sort of negative enlighten - ment can he obtained from the an- nounccmcnt, which contents itselt with tellin a number of things the -C vat 3 afiair is NOT. i "Don't guess, but come and be convinced," the committee alleges. Whir.rjle is Tonic IlilU 1 I 11 V Vliiliivaiil i i i i aiiiiiiii ie UIItH K I I INfJ I ft I I ! r va a. ... Mm B tmmv w A second arrest involving a charge oi linen s.aug.uenng u. - jtnade yesterday and the accused. of illicit slaughtering of. beef was made yesterday ana tne accusca Harvey Finch and Lizzie Walton. were brought to the county jad from the Red Rock countrv bv Deputy !ct,,:ff tt,,i TT.t-:nc 11111 IS tilt SLLUIIU V-aav. Jl - - illegal slaughtering of cattle in that section recently, the irst involving the Mohno brothers having stirred up some feeling. The prisoners are up some feeling, lhe pn i cnartrca wun jiuvmu wutu i , i : i.:nj . 1 1 f Kf f becf and attcmnted to discose without the neccsTy in;nect:on. CALL COURT CALENDAR t nti.h n-iro PnnFMiV Anril ?5 TuiIetc Wil- i;,, w ;o,vt11p Hpvnted nil of to- jav the federal court to hearing . ' - . ..... the law and motion calendar tor the Globe and Prescott division. About 45 caSes in which motions were j pending were argued and more will COme up tomorrow. No dates for trials were set. banquet by Mayor Mbrris Goldwater, has been the football of changing ; Forrest Fielder in his examination by fear of death .to carry out the . - 'who, though Commander Woodside, administrations. It has been neg-1 jurors w;n be to show that W. commands of Villa.' U. S. WARDEN RESIGNS .delayed in his arrival in Prescott lected because some army general T R;tchie, one of the victims of( Spectators in the court room com LEAVEN WORTH, April 25. A. "through unforseen time-table compli- didn't get the reception he wanted. thc ra;d was kilied by an unknown mentcd on the ;mproved appearance V. Anderson, warden of the Leaven- cations, was not present, assured thc But Fort Whipple and its soldiers j pcrson and that the 16 defendants of the prisoners and the contrast worth federal prison, today an-!iocal veterans of a warm and whole--has always held a warm place in ouriwcr nrescnt and participated in the, thev nresented in ihrfr Wm.r nn.- nounccd he had telegraphed his res- ignation to Attorney General Daugh- erty, to take effect June 1. BGTT AND OST PRIED BUIIBER That the care of disabled ex service men is the one big govern mem prooiem Dciore me country to day, and that Prescott possesses pre- cisely the climate,. location and insti- to the, sick on a doctor's prescrip tutiou for this work, as well as the Hon was introduced in the house to community spirit favorable to its day by Chairman Volstead of the progress, is the conclusion to be judiciary committee, drawn from the visit of every gov- j The measure would not prohibit eminent official or ljeail of an ex-; the use of wine for medicinal pur service men's organization to this poses but would make more specific city. The visit of Robert G. Wood- and strineent regulations nn thU side, commander-in-chief of the Vet- erans of Foreign Wars, was no ex - ception to this rule. Commander Woodside addressed two Catherines of members, of the 5 nf hf Buckev O'Neill oost of the V. F. W. " " - and reoresentative citizens of the - - - community aunaay nignt and yester- day noon. ' In his remarks before the hannnet triven in his honor bv- the Buckev O'Neill post Sunday night, and in his address at the chamber of com- meree luncheon triven vesterdav ., rnmmanrW WnnrfsMp ctrcse- noon, Lommanncr wooasine, stress- incr ihp Imnnrhnre of . wnrtr heintr ing the importance ot work Demg done for the rehabilitation of dis- 0. abled ex-service men, expressed his pleasure at finding Prescott a city where everything possible is being done to further that work, and stated that in his opinion this ci'ty possesses an ideal location and climate for ex- service men suffering from tuber- culosis. , In regard, to the -need of the ex- service men for care. Commander . - Woodside said: "It -is not a ques- Mr Volstead's .committee for hear tion of extending charity to the men ;gS ancj report. wno sacnticed .their health lighting for the flag. They don't want char ity. All they want is a square dtal. It shouldn't require any argument to . . . 1010 year before the allied generals even hoped to begin an offensive deserve i a square deal from -their country men." Praises Local Post Commander Woodside! yesterday again written, to the- superintendent men of Massachusetts and Samuel noon had only words of praise for 0f the Fort Apache Indian reserva- j H'gg.uis of New York, to be ' mem the Buckcy O'Neill post of his or-, tion in the White mountains, pro- i-bers of the railroad labor hoard, janization. His tour through the country, he said, is for the purpose of putting more pep into local or- ganizations, "but I see that I didn't need to come to Prescott at all. enthusiasm in Buckey O'Neill post." I Woodside stated that while he (would have no authority in the se- 'lection of. state headquarters in Ari- , , ,r r .t . zona for the V. F. W., and that he t f 1 1. V.-.1 ln., -H.tn.l -with a i, IUUIt- ijujw,-u' had little doubt that headquarters -n would dc Drougm io irrescuu, juuS- ing by the type of men you arc send- ' ing south as your delegates-" , a, k nth ;niidnv evenincr's and ves- " " - terday's meetings, Whipple Barracks and the need of enlargement of that hospital was largely the topic. Con- siderable activity has marked the ef- forts of both the hospital authorities, local business and professional men and the chamber of commerce to se- ernment enlargement of the Some time ago a delega- Qf commerce mcm. Washington in an at- tempt to secure this much-needed , . , ,A r nrrpe in tne nOSDltai S iacinucs, . r J an Jua6l"g irom messages anu ncw Prve successful. dispatches trom wasnington, incrc r 1 rtf several icuicaciudiivc ,in..na Prescott addressed the two meet- .. . ' a .,av. Hlgs on inn :uuj..v.i. "V j .t T...1 T? 1T Tr1l ntvo .uncneon, u-Sc .v. - . ?n interesting picture of the carlv , ... ru: i. h CiayS Ot I'UU v jjiv, autajiiis fact that even as a wind-blown army post, disease was rare. inaians killed some he said, but disease j . f.A ?f H5ff.V1 train a - " " foothold." Whipple's Place Here Tudse Wells talk supplemented that civen before Sunday night's hearted welcome for their com- mander, who arrived about a half an hour later. In this .talk, Mayor B BEL TAKEN BY I0MS: HOUSE (Associated Press Night Wire) WASHINGTON. D. C. Aoril 25. - As the first step of the fieht in - , congress to tighten up the Volstead - prohibition enforcement law, a bill designed to forbid the sale of beer subject. j Frankly declaring there was no ' real need for beer as mi mec'ne' Mr. Volt,H 9M M. :ti . f.,,,,i . .... .r......-- ... .. i . II1I Was HUE v iroiu IW iilLtl lllG MLUUL1UI1 Lire- i. t a. ,,. , tt ..... .vwn.j ULiu.lrtl X dUliCI illiu Ulcll uccr and wine under the Volstead act could De prescribed for the ailing. T .ni:... , 41.111UII.G iCKUldUUUS UliUUUHCCU i. ,.t- w vu:uu: r- i0ner Kramer, both of which must await approval by David H. Blair, , r i uiff tuiiiiiiiaaiuiici vi luiurnai t-- i- r a,, , revenue, an arbitrary limit of 41 gal- 1 , , , i ., , . ions Dr eer and 3 gallons of wine f.v : be prescribed at any one time. Mr. P-T" nZU.n. m theirworld and Palrfler had ruled that the law fixed be a P.S,t,.n t0 ffcr P,p0r- ' no Mmit .tionate reduction :n armament' Regardless of what Commissioner1 ' Blair may rule Mr Volstead indi- Anny BudSet Eal catcd that the prohibition forces in 1 WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25. thc house were prCparcd to take the A rcSuIar forcc of 168'000 enlisted ,beer buil by the horns and let the men 5s Providcd for in the aP" ..t.i '. .u ...: u propriation bill reported today to tVLfllU JVilU iiiaL mcic win uc iiu t,, ti,o k;h .,r,-n i, rtrrA PROTEST CLOSING OF (Journal-Miner Canltal Bureau) PHOENIX, April 25. Joe V. ! Prochaska, state game warden,, has testing against the virtual closing of the reservation to tourist travel this summerV . The letter indicates that the game warden docs not so much object to the fact that no fishing permits will t ..,:,.. be issued until July 1, and possibly not all summer long, as he does to thc superintendent's ruling that no: camping will be permitted along v s streams or elsewhere in the reserva- . : 1 tl. .. . 1 . , ,T . irrutiiiiKa cus aiicnuuii iu mc fact that while a creditable campaign . . . ; 1C; now going on to ace Arizona First," the Indian authorities seem bent on making it impossible to see the most scenic portion of the state, which happen to be inclosed in In- - . dian reservations. "Already the editors of the state are beginning to realize the injustice of the situation," said Prochaska, and I hope they keep up the work of j entering a vigorous protest, to the end that public opinion will be arous- ed against so drastic measures as . . resortec! to. have been resorted to. ..j do not wish anyone ,0 get th impression that I am for liberality h 4b- traft-r Tiffishintr. As a matter p t a t i " l r:t,: n- ! rave itujin " inr H-iiiuj: t.i:rf. ,,,;... pa ;t ,,v m- c-sary to do !n r nn nther on q lack flf r ?n th ctrps At th cime water in the reams At the same t!mo t Ti i c cttni.lrl Ti nf intrfpr with .i,,. ...... - ...... folks .having a good time on their tnnrc nf the ttP whirh -o-M . ffnJnlif frillMir if thnt wprc rrlvpn . Z' mnlr the move on, and keep on moving rn.t, th- TnHJan rm. .... ..,.. - tions." Goidivater dwelt uoon the history of Tort mipplef and the piace ;t had . . . .. . always neia m tne community, we . have seen Fort Whipple the head- quarters of a division, and again under a sergeant caretaker, ne sam. , phe nature of the state's- course "It has had its ups and downs; itas indicated by District Attorney ' regards, and does today." . May5, (Continued on page three) TWO HDR GERM IS Oil PL (Associated Pres3 Night Wire) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25. Disarmament discussion sidetrack- ed consideration of the naval appro- pnation bill in the house today when Representative Kclley, republican, ":uuc repi JlIcnigan, Drought lorward the corn -Michigan, brought forward ir t . . I. . miuees proposals to provide mittee's proposals to pro ir me next nscai year or AAA AAA t ... r. . which $90,000,000 would be used to complete the 196 naval building pro- gram. The expansion .program. Mr. Tr . j . , , , ... ,.fl , XeIIe sa,d' wouId heIP t0 f t load now on the -hould rs jr- tf, world for armament construction and maintenance." ,i.. .. , . .... vvnen tnese snips we arc ouiid- , . ..... . - -j mg nave been completed, he said, tf TT ., , . . . the Umted States wl11 eual m sea - . the house. mm (Associated Press Night Wire) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25. The nomination' of Ben W. Hooper of Tennessee,- Walter M. McM'enl- were confirmed today by the senate. No opposition, it was said, de- ... U1 nominees, although several ot the senators announced receipt of tele - grams and letters from minor unions ' of railroad employes opposing Mr. McMenimen. The nomination of 12 major gen crals headed by Brigadier General , n, t t? ., ,, ,. Clarence R. Edwards and 14 briga diers, were presented to the senate by Chairman Wadsworth of the mili tary committee, but action went over. COTTON MARKET NEW YORK, April 25.---Cotton closed net. 10 noints higher to 6 noints lower. WIT STOP! in n 11 K His HIS UlLL mm ii BOARD ILL FED ILISTSS 81 Tl AGS! JBSLOI SELECTING fAssoclated Press N'ght Wire) would return a vef diet 'of first de- DEMING, N. M... April '5. Sisjc m-rder carryin? the penalty of iiica were i-cuiuiivciy attcytcu m , . a.' 1 . x i it.n - dictnct court this afternoon on thc ... ... . inrv thnt will Jor;,!P th fnte nf the , charged, wUh murder jn conncct;on with thc . , . 1916- . TlMt -fivp were pvjmrcl fnr iit-v -frvice and 15 were disqualified by . J the court- The sta,e aer"sed seven peremptory challenges and the de- a compete the selection of the jury "' " before tomorrow afternoon, despite the fact that but one of the last 14 men examined was accepted. ra;d- J A11 juro" were asked whether ' under these circumstances they LIT r ILLII TO PS ED' BUTE IN BERLIN I (Associated Press Night Wire) BERLIN, April 25. The ultimate total indemnity which Germany 'agrees to pay the allies is 200,000,- 000,000 g6Id marks 'as against the ' ! 226 billion demanded by the allies in their Paris conference. This is positively stated by those ! slose to the government although the German counter proposals have not been made public here, Dr. Simons, the foreign secretary, did not present the new proposals to of the reichstag today because of a .... . . - nucrstanding .with the American . . .... emDassy ana tor the additional re; . ... ... . . n , . -r-r . cn tnat tne note to rresiaent ward- ing suggests that he feel free to query back for further information or .the elucidation of any point not -Jea- cfore "vbmitting the rote -the entente. The Germans suggest making thi annuities in the payment of th .. ... .. . . ., reparations tiexiD, dependent on tne , r- j . recovery of German industries. An . . , . . . . . . ternat:onal loan is suggested to be o-ted immediately for the purpose f p'acmg rea cash at th! dlSp0Sal of the entente but no sum is named. "sss t0 Gcrmany PressefS her wil" hngness to pledge the customs reve- nues as guaranties and further of- f6rs J0 hver .1"anfacturjed artIf.les l? th alheS w the understandm2 that Germany will pay the producers , . , . - ana get crcau on liic iiiuciiiiinic. Germany also offers immediate par ticipation in the work of restoration in the devastated area,, lumber and materials to be -supplied by Gcrmany and crcdiid against the indemnities. No suggestion is made of Ger-' many's willingness to assume the in debtedness of the allied powers to the United States. COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO REVISE TAX LAWS (Associated Press Night Wire) WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25. The appointment of a special com mittee to make an exhaustive study of revision of the tax laws was rec ommended to the house in a reso- i lution 'introduced by Representative j Fess RepubHcan. of 0hIo. . Six congressmcn and fl-ve prom- inent men1 outside of congress should compose the committee and report not later than July 1, he said. TYPHUS QUARANTINE ON MEXICAN CONSULATE (Associated Press Night Wire) AUSTIN, Texas, April 25. A case of typhus in the Mexican consulate at Laredo was . reported -officially to the state health officers toda'-. The patient was quarantined and a'! precautions taken. j .1- t i ' c ". i i- r l r c jui oy iia"Kiin-r- oevcrai wno ' it U A 1 t. ..... T'Y wo'"" roi onrp- m a sven K- 1 . 1. 1 J ' . " ( Tl the fataI sn's, t, e me -'icee-i uir.tas nctuai'y tir were disqualiFcd v , V c r, Mtorwy R. F.Hamilton of Dem- -nntnJ K,. ft rv,t A. d the 16 Mexicans, intimated that . , h- m-ght nrt the qnetion of pno- -Von-My whether the men can be been once convicted. .He intends to put on no witnesses except the defendants, he said. They 'are expected to plead ignorance of being on American soil" at the time of the raid and that thev were driven pearancc here in court shortly after their capture. Then, they were dirty, haggard and lean.