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HOOVER RAPPED
BY GRAIN MEN
Texas, Oklahoma a n tl
Kansas Raisers Arc
Heard at Capital.
IS BLAMED FOR LOSSES
Appeal fr 95000,000 They
Say Pood Administrator
Cauaed 'i hem to Lom
WASHINOTON, April I OHua
dealers from Tela, I ikl.ilwmi.i. KM-
tut.' , Nebraska. Missouri Md t II IiioIm j
appealed I v In the house MKr I' 111
tural committee for lrglliiti.ii r
Unbuntnf ihotn tot low i latmod to
aagiegata f:.. ono, 000 in 1111 du. I
the fil I lliMl tha irlii Ol WhOal Wl
filed lit fiO iniM lM limn the rnr-
iiii .,11 in 1 in h i"
llerhert Hoover, formtT food id
inlnlalra'or, anil Julius Harries, pres
ident of the gOVf Pmttlt Kraln OOT"
parMlen. won daclarsd" bj 'he
dealoia li he i rsponilllila tor Ik I
loee-
"Wo iisrl every dlUgi-nrr In rIM
out UK' aM 1 1 11. It- of tlio gi nil
oration arui tha fooii admtnltra
Utlt, tint got Utile Information." 4b"
elated 11 It. I'lemi'iitn. pneldint of
itio Texas lirain liealei saan.-iatioii,
and spokesman for H.e "l uli-i m ftom
ill. hIi ' ilra "Wo wi'io tol.l thai
lllfl wan no anlliorl'y for fixinit thi .
prl". but aflr n wak fixed
hi. I ili. i' W0 ought In have known
thai they were going to fl the
price.
"f'ongTiae would never hn' r M i
a tied Ihr food nontrol law if i' knew
thai pr loo fixing w ua planned"
Mr. Clement said tin- gram deal
era hail vainly naked an e?idorement
of their proposal hv Mr Ihirnoi. who
tnlil tlieni l he v "might to have
known' Hint a prl-" wun l-i have
been ftsod by Hio ooymmani
"We showed htm Irttna from Mr
Jloovor and from Ma own Offlo In
Mio .-outran." oontlnuod Mi t'lrm
intn. and he Intlniati-d that
ought Ibbt to k-ivn believed I tiom
It.it poll did ll Ofl iheli elate
montaT" naked RoproaonUrtlvo m -Lauvhllfl.
ropunlloon, Kobroakb.
"Wt i ink them t-i ho men of their
word." replied CtofllOflt.
Von mrn aro no OotlDl staling for
II. .ou r for pi lald' tit. i-nm mooted
Mi MoLoughlln.
Lm 0 htotcojf, rtproMitrtlnfl tiie
llllnola (train liralira nee lal Ion,
ni Id If there wni ever another gialn
rOfOOrbtlOtl when hi- was buying
train ho would "pal a ouljo bonfw.
J Smlli-V. ropn si'iiUns- Kansas
mil Nahraana doalar doelaroa Mr.
Hiiiim i'h iii in i-iuriii in AiitfiiH1,
1017, of a naoaooHp to redo, of. tha
prior of bri-nd grains was 'llila
mM"
No .i lion Hint lakon by the roin
miller RAIL WAGE PARLEY
ENDED BY WORKMEN
f ON TIM RO rlK'M PA Ofl OHM
t ho jriiarinty ftOoUOfti trovll- i it of
OOlAi Mrnt il. with tUn In-Jimti y
uniHMifV'il OltVWtMT Hfcl6tf) of tht
fftdtfttl ti ' r r i i r tl iiibii ptlbttfl
tin- inTrxiuii of thf luturrl n riillwny
n v l-rii v on n i It ' h h h will i
-irnli"' CttFltlM offttftd I OOTVf !-
UllHMI Of loll lit K A I Utlnl ftfl't 1
luiil M Wiir lut. roitntf m m1,r
if Hi twmnl nin! RrA4l) I'rtlfiifr,
Ho tort ftttorft-ft will I orn DOt t hlj
Rdftiinlttttj -which now lift btfoft it
InqulftH pith r,ri,','i to it.i puiitifi
brol B009plftbl I nrlty
Mr Motjuiofifi iu'lrnii'' to rh
irti.tf ant v out -liowr ti i (iiidnuatlMI
of rallr' .ol opt niinM A-tfl t ooniimi
ii I Of to I hut VhftOh iiifii f 'J r u I
opvrAtlon -when ftvtnuti ti up-
pff imiitf ly 70tt.oinion to row fti
pandllurMi fof kh 2fi monthi Tin-
firt j ; x month of (irhtitn oprmtlon
lioHfver ! thn tfi Idd In whl h
ffirporatloh offlrl tl-i 1 v tr thn d"
fl. lt will bf it i lianrd on Iht
v,t hnntf-tl :iom11i ur i 1 10,11 lr io) in
rf--t!ih1thttiK tht-lr DffVlOIII "Indl
Id 1 mi I It ' it- ptn4 inriit Knd rriirn
In fUppOli of lh iionltlon tnkt-u hy
tht n tn oil hi 1 onftrt th;it 0011
ifri-NM tin) not t n t viiii u IniR-r liirri'iim1 I
In ti anipoi lui Ion OOttt. h hoi 1 Id tin
ititdr trllnottl mihmiiI Of tht public I
.Mr. Whlttr quottd ttetlon .107 f
ttm, tt RAtpol tat Ion ait Kl'lnr th In
Inn In en fl 1 10 11 to MiiHpriol a whit I
Riromml llhi-ly tn niiilrr H-.ih '
m nn'li. I rrAdijtmi"nt of m lht 1
rAtm Mo Alflo poflnlM nut thnt tht I
In w ' - ) -1 1 tht DOfirtirrtROt of otif i
rnr-mhr r of 'Ik pltir (ft on p rn t hi
Int-or botvfd lit hhv impoitin etitl to
MWfct a dttttlPfl tfrttttVI
ai tht offlet of it M Jtwtll, I
rltalrrnan of lh railway orifrrtfMJt,
It WHM fa 1,1 t hi- HfllOfM hMl no Cflftl
tfii'nt to nMRt Ofl til' ruptijrr of th'
vu ' nrfiittatorti, hot ih tt Mi.
JfWf'll rolKht inukr a ritoilrnii'Mt to
tnorrow.
SHORT DEMANDS
CLEAN ELECTION
IIMTitf I-HuM PAOfl OMI
r hOOlhOttflfti KdSt utrrrt ,u .J Itorh-j
foul Hvrnij1, tunt nlftht
"YOU OOfl r Mt ii huh i Od (hut if 1 i ;
pop u bl loon tiokoi ih tltototl thort win j
in- i oinplfto hariofinv In Ih t'y id ,
mlnlOtfOllofl and that thn IflOfl Willi
bo put tAhi rr- thttr Obllltl will roantj
IVIOOt'1
A pro in inn of otOOn fOVOftlfnOBl if
olootod win inotlo t'y two ropublftoori I
i n did ut rn u 1 1 of whom wrr c prist- j
Mt.
"I bOllOTO f fry-nrtr loll!d vnt
t)tf rtp-ObllOOfl llokol ntriilKht," r-
olorod Mro. I'rurtk Btt non, eondl
dfttt f'i OttdltOl "Tltnt Ih tti-r way I o j
Ihouro mii otTftolom odmlnlotrotioAt I
and t lint in whut Uio rapuhliciniH i
promln-a "
Frank I m OOfldldOf t for I Otfl
mlwlortfr, dotlortd 'tint 0 RIUAtotpol
pOTOf timOftt OhOUtd ROOp it rity fait
or I; i -1 1 , . " We h v - i 1 1 1 1 our
platform In no URAPftRlfl trrnin. If)
wo at ! otOOtod a nd t hnti fa 1 1 to j
rlrHti tip thr Ity an w havn prom-,
loodi wi urn koinr to qjtlH VAo aur-ff - '
tiimt hot tlroody boon iltjRod.
O. A. Htrltmr rnont im-'l th mrrt !
littf 'rtmrifda v afti riioon of If 00 of
TiiIhii'h OfOtnOtJi who had mvitnl nil
RAdldRtoo 'mi both tlohotn to hi
RtOOORi wnd to whhh nnnr of ttiJ
dontoorotlo oondtdotoo roopondod. 1
"This OOOmo 10 RIO tin- loot atraw for
tht prOOOnt adnilrii,trHlIfin,' ho BRld
"Thoot wompii wriTi noarly a II j
votfrn; thry had a i Ifcht in OXpOCt
to bORf tho OOndtdRtOO who aro Rok '
IriK to run tht iiffaira of thla city " j
Many plan for Ihi- httorriuiit "f
tho w .i tor depart in out wot o Ntart fd j
wiilo bo OfOJ In QfflOO two pooro RrT0
i H. Younkmuii aald hut thy fforO
Intorniptod by tho olootton of tht I
proion admlnlatration If tttcton )
aald. ho would taki up thll work
RrhOfOj ho loft off and try to brtRfl
RROVl ROOdl d ha rlfftt
.in duo T l HwrrRi foptlhllcRn
raudldato for mayor. RlOdt n piroiiK
nppi-al to xpiiin lo iinii th'lr holtOl
na an Inotfunionl in oocvrflntj oloon
irtotal ROfldltlonO and foi tht ollrnl
RAtton f thoot 0lOnt0nt4 whlrh ato
u dOtflOIOnl to tho oooIrI RRd moral
lifo. aa woll at to llf Itarlf am!
proporty Mo txprtootd hu oonfl
dtnt t n thi- poooll tl tht do tiIrr
otoetlon
rJooAuot of ti Ruddon ehRAoTt n
W'-iih'-i. tht crowd waa oompRfA
lively nma.il What tt Mtokod Ifl nom
horn WRt mado up In OAthUftRRIA 1ia
pla od MtOtlnVt Blfflllof i 0 t ho om
hold RUM RlAhl RTO DOtni hold Ml
RlOOt nlKht ly ov if t hi cl'v. a rid tht
otttndAnot boo boon osctptlonol, rj.
cordins to I hoot who otttndod
Tho Mnrmoni Qjoovrtol fumiohod
numbol of OSOtllOAl H It 1 UOAO at MUM
RtRbtf mootlnn
PLAN TO EJECT
SOCIALIST PARTY
COKTIrtTIBD Klti'M PAOR OfVA
Hon or OtAtOi thOJH bo pHVtlOOJod to
oooApy tho pooltlon ol u polltlcoJ
party on tho offlclRl hi'lnt ,,f thtO
itAtOi nro ntpoottd 10 bo tAtfodUDOd
in thi- Roottnbty,
"Thi POOR It I ip'-.tiit fur thorn
oorvoav toJd Hp oktr Thoddtut C,
ifi'i i I r it hit or of tho cotator tiiovi
RtrOAt, whoit, aftor tho ROOOAlbl) hv
Hh yOttR h id ROOOO-tOd Waldiimn
' ' la offjiin , Kolotooii, lo witt ami i rr
tn th Of dof pJORltd ho wan uaki-d If
h had Anything to Roy
' WnrkriM iii Ai l."
LOAtRlRtlVt OlfolOt tORRfht woro
diariiHhlof( tho BtRtOfntnt RflVOA out
today by oula I Id in in and
Oiii'loa Solomon, two of tho oVOttd
oootRiblynitn, in w h U b uboy mi id
"tho "WorKorr hy whom wo woro
lor tod AlttOl and w ill ho hoard I f
tho pooph- aro to hi- drlV 'tt from thi
fcRllul host WlO-ro nhall thoy R0fM
Ropnrtt POROhtRI horu from Niw
Vork that I ho aiK lallata would appoal
to tho ootlftt wore Rivon Httlo or no
a t tout Ion, m oat rm-mhord of 1 hr na
OOAlbly doi'latliiK that tho OOUftO
i i mi Id not re low th action of tht
ROooAibty in rotlnoj lo dony niatH to
tht flvt ototmMymtn bocRttoo t hoy
aild ' tho houio m a jUdK' of Itrt own
mofltbort nnd Iti doc lot on lo final
HlpRlOlon today of tht flTO AROOfn-
bt mon H ntiro roprom'ntAtion
of :ho OOC l Hal partv In tho aiti'in
i RAIt aftor on rnhora dObAtOd
tin- n.ap rlly POAOfl of tho, Judiciary
OmmtttOO for roiirly 4 bOUPA
OWtng to tho toot 'hat tho rmn
win rtptltod after nitdniKht on
I btO.ro (1 :tl thtrt OAR t' apt-'ial
. ti -. -o fill th' tr aoiits In tho xa
Mmbfy union on itraordlnary a'"
ton of tin- lOtTttlAtUro It tj bw wh
; veni d.
i UmlnAtc PAttj UtoflOi
prty Unoo fltAipiwRjfAl in it ot-
lr Thi tl iii" t.itif rnlnojlty. wlih'tt
i waa .uppoai'i to 00 prtttyt woll
U At tOd in favor of UAOAAtlDf tAA I
RM RlH'a, pollod a majority (.f otto i
. ! ui far of i t po Ii,'..' alilin an,
ICIoRtORI and Molonurn th dtrnn.
CPAtlO -oto i.n thHi' iiohiK 1 H ttm- tin
ttAtlnf And 1 7 for rootorTng tpom to
thur forrnor loirmlatlvt atatua
Ttfonty .in- dornocrott voti to ro-
ROAl DOWltt att't "f. 991)110 M
faropod tho If oxpuiaion.
Tho POpUbllOAAO, hv a dl?tOtbf) f
tl to 11. tdil tn unoOAl valdm in.
ft Ittoam-na and Kolon.on. and on tho
liowitt "rr votot thy RtOOd ItjtA 2n
Whon th- AOAOfAbly adjt4irnid.
Aftor th- tORtt of ttoU fivo aocullata
hod boon doolAfOd ai'an It had
I boon In oontlnutnAl t- u 23 houra
i atul 40 mlntrtOA
ThO flnol rtuiptor lacked the
thttllO th.it many of tho BAOOtAtOff
' hod oxpootod BpOAkOf ThAddOUO
i 1 Hwoi-t olotOd tho rtchato at llM
a m ami within two rnltiUtrH the
COltlng of tho roll had been hi gun
In tho 0OR0 of Loula WAldAoAB
NKW YfHK. April I Charloa T.
Huffhtfl ii l totliiv th.it hi ri-prarded
thi' OXpAVrtAO of tho BOOlotlOtO front
I tht Now York s' iff RROOfffOiy aa "a
horloun plow at the gtAAdATdg of true
I Ainorh aiilam and nothing abort of a
1 calamity."
HThO0t RfhO make thoir patrlntmm
! n Vohlt 10 for Intolerance," he con-
tlAUOd ' lie vi y dAngcrouH frlondn of
our InotltutlonRi I ouprofwod nt
views upon thla qUOOUon at the out-
! aot AAd I hnve aeon no roaeon to
I chariKo them."
Mr HlikhOOt At a representative of
I thb NOW lOPR ttott bar ROROOtAl Ion.
i nought to Inton ono m tho hear Inn-i
botWOOn t'i BOOUtllOtR a! Albany, but
; whm Ptfutod ptrm lotion by tho as
ioombly Iodic lory oomntlttot
DUNCAN SCHOOL SECRETARY
I lili kaeha N'o-mH"r Man .
potntfld hy SoriTlniniil. nt W llami.
OKtaAHOMil 1'ITY. Aprl! I.
Norman DllflOM of ChlOllOJbtbb, nawn
paper witter nnl toffnbf itbnOS"
ropbof of tha :a!i board ".f bdUOO
lion. VII apiailnt'-d aeorrtiiry of th'
tioard t...Uy ly It. M Wllmn, UU
MpoOntoiMoni of pubii.- laatnietlon,
ilo aurineda W T laadHin, nrlii t'- I
a.ft.ed MVOTBl worka ago
Adoption of rlirtno tmrtlon boll
ennbled Italian rallroada in numn-
tainoua nKUna to triple IkOtf for
mer traffic.
s
1
A Breakfast Food
In Granular Form
Different from the
ordinary proponed
cereal in many ways
GrapcNuts
is baked for twenty
hours, has a very like
able, nut-like flavor,
is easily digested and
is particularly worth
while because of its
staffnch, health build
ing qualities.
GropNjt nefe no ujW
See
Our
Window
Display
5ee
Our
Window
Oinplay
Easter Showing of l ine
Hats
Vanity, No-Name and Stetsons in
all the predominating styles of the
MOMf), in rich, new colors.
THE
Monrif "
noil
I kaM
shlrta
1 (BH
II -"aajaaa-
lnt racial
and
Man mi nj
I'udorwoar
CLOTHIERS
121 SOUTH MAIN
'The Mouse of Courteou Service."
W0LRD WANT ADS BEST MEDIUM IN STATE
o-o-
Why Change Your Wife?" -Majestic
Clothes for Very Young Men
AW
Hail S. ha
YOl know lots ot young fellows who
arc men in size ami bos in years.
They don't want to g;o round in
"knickers" when they're almost six feet tall;
but on the other hand the don't w ant to put
on a long trousers suit that looks old enough
in st le for father.
Hart Schaffner & Marx have
met this problem in styles
made particularly for just
such w earers.
"Prep" st les, they're called; it's just a name
for them; the have the all-wool quality ami
fine tailoring these makers always offer;
the 're styled rirht.
"ajnn ttrn. imm a. ,,. . ii.r.
Wright Clothing Company
Tho Homo of Hart Schaffnor & Marx Clothe I
ARuVApf7 TAdVaewS iflPr vvAORaOEiBlAABaRr ' Ao
GLORIA SWANS0N, IN "WHY CHANCE YOUR WIFE?"
Whan the namo DeMlile appears nn u motion plturo film, fann thrnuKhout Ameri.-a Hit up and pay atrIM
attention. That I betauix' I). -Mil;.' hi neier ilsappo.nte.l hjj adinirera in tha pfOMntallOtl of a pictura play.
and niraly ttta trloati are nmnbofod by tut. million!
DoMllll Baal Riven ua "Old Wivea Kor Nw." Don't Change Your MuslKind.'' "F"nr Itetirr For Worae." "Mala
and Ketnale" and oChOI1 lUOOaoabB, and now he has DrOdUOod a ROW atory that outahincs nil hl3 previous efforts.
"Why ChnnKe Your Wifi '"' Ii th title of his now play. It Is ut nnro tha moot inaKnlftcenl, lavish and rarriit
production oraT flbllltd QPOn 'I'" aorotn It la .111 i s. mi . la of all that "a bbOt H motion picturea and demon
airatos the wMb.tuhty and artistry o .he dlTOOtOf Cooij Ji. 1 M i
The story of "Vt'hy Change Your Wife """ M . in he in sai il is a tale of married lifa. Th" many situation
during the rendition of tho story ia so atliatieally told aa to make this the most forceful and tha moat In
toffOaalafj play seen In many years.
The east presenting ' Why Change Your Wife? " la composed of all star players, tiloria Pwnnaon. Tho'nsa
Melghan and ltel.e Ik.niel head the Int. DeMUlel, newest produ.tioii, "Why Chang Your Wife?" coniof
to tho Majestic taster Sunday. AJvU

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