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VOL. XII. NO. e. 10 PAGES IN TWO PARTS
AMAMLLO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNINC, MARCH 23, 1121
PRICE FIVE CENTS
mm n ark
u) . l, r nr
AGED NEGRO Will SELECTION OFJUM Germans at penalty meeting FIIIESIISPECTSII.il,
CITIZBS, AT UEETIIIG, ASS6E1E
BUI PLOT HELD SAIL OFFICIALS THAT IWEItTV
KILLED BY WHITESIIS TEDIOUS TASK
,S.
ML BE PROTESTED 111 FUTURE
ASSAULTED MM FDR MURDER CASE
rKIHONF.K IIF.HHF.II TO UF. lilVF.N
TIUAI, HIT UFQl V.HT WAS
NOT llhF.DK.II.
CONFESSION WAS MADE
Afler rriKMT Had llcen Identified by
Vkllm Mhertff Mad F.ffnrt lit
Mot a Kim la Hare of
Nafrly.
Br Atmlattd Piw.
MUXTICKLU), Ark.. March 22.
1'hll Hhitcr, negro, i.'i, who tonight eon
leaned ho hud aaullcd a while woman
near Wllmur lat Hwk, tonight wa
taken from Ihr Jail here by Inn-u tin'l
lynched. In making hla mnfeaaloii ho
mid "I ll J It, hut plcUHe iclvo in
tiiiil." Already In the hand of th
inoli he i trung from tuhplione
ruble l.y it rnpu ami t.i laxly riddled
Willi hulll-t.
The ncgru waa urrctilcU thla morn
lug hy Muyor I.. W. I Minlup of Wllnmr
itiul u former city mamhnl, mul hrouitlil
tn Moiitlcolln. Thla MftrrnHNi the wo
Hum who wna aaatultvd waa drought
to thv Jail and picked Hluter Iron
four negroca brought before her aa the
niHn who hod attacked her.
Hhortly after the Identification tflntw
waa put In an automobile and accom
panied hy Hhurlff II. C. Hurke and eev-ai-rnl
ilcputlc aturted for I'inu Muff.
The arty wo met euroule hy a mub
nnd to rraH It returned to Monti
rvllo and ugnln plm-ed thv negro In
Jnll. Tim mob, (-oni'MMH-d of more than
hi ihouaind 'rona, principally fruii
Wllnmr and aurrnunding country, ful
lowed to the Jail, broke In and i-oiiiiell-'d
the ahviltf to urrend.r thv prla
oner.
Hbiter waa taken from tlx Jail to a
point about oh hundred yaid dl
Uptl and ewung from a telephone ia
e for n moment. II wa lowered and
naked If he hnd any t a lenient to make
When h ri gained lili breath he con
fvaed to I hp crime nnd axketl for a
li'Lut. W iaWvH- re., wurde- ha wua
again tliuun tip und bin laajy riddied
Jwlth bulb U.
BANDITS HOLD UP "TEXAS
SPECIAL" IN OKLAHOMA
Ry Auociatri TnM.
. MI KKCMIKK. Okla.. .Marrh 22.-Two
itiaxkeil bundll Uniib il the MlKiurl
Knnma mid Ti xan Itullroad'a "Txa
Hiwolnl" at lenla.n. Tela ahH tly be
fore nine o'clock tonleht, roblied every
paaM-ngi r In thiee imllmnna and utt ap
d at MeAh-ater In a waiting aulomu-
blle. The bundltn' loot wna eNtimuted
at more than I3.0UU all In iimh.
41 Hour Week llriiounred.
THNSAttiLA. Flu.. Mun h 22 -Thr
Mouth wentcrn TyiHiihetae lioUy odptod
a reaolutioii rondemnlng Ihe 44 hour
week nn an eennomh' rrlme uml pliiln
d Itaelf to fluhi any rvdii. tl.m In the
number of wurklna; lioura In the week
The federation nlmi voted lo lake out
ftrlke liiHiiiHtiie with the Intention of
lighting any walkout of union printer.
WEATHER
WI-.ST TKXAS: WeilneMlav gen
rally fair, warmer! Tlinrwilay gen.
rally fair, mialeralfl lrmteraliire.
T. S. Ileparlmenl ol Agrkulliire
Weather liurrau
TemiN-iMliire by hour nt Auiar-
illo )eti-ilay:
a. in 2!
7 a. m 2H
H a. in 2
P a. m i'.
0 u. in 3"
II a. m.
N'lKIII . ,
1 p m.,
2 p. in . ,
....32
....Jrt
....40
3 p. m 4?i
lllgheit jTNl. nUiy In r.i2. 76; low-
et "
lllghenl yenlertbi). 43.
UiweM, 27.
Humidity Ihita
6 p. m. a. in. Noon
lry teiiiTUtire 45 2 3
Wrt l-mHiiiture 2 2i 31
:iutnUllty tin M
I'omasl: Wrdiienday, imrlly rkMi
dy: warmer.
Totnl I'm Ipllallon t.32.
A l.0N(i WAY K0l .M
IT u long way 'roiiml;
Hut I will go. Iieeuuae It'll y Hi;
K r I have never foiinil
Another haml and heart true;
Nor ever In aid th aound
lf iih that doea what youra
enn do.
It'a a long way 'round:
Hut I wll go. iHi-aiioc It'a you.
In there on Kitrlh'a w ide groiiml
Another eye IhMt bik one ihrough
Ami leave one free, though Unnid?
The trftng and lender are oo few.
H'a u long wy 'round;
llul I II go. Iu' It'a you;
Kor you have never frowneil
nn me. In old ilay or the new;
And wllh your pralne have enwned
My hoie. that firm iitth ''
It'a a long wuy 'round;
Hut I'll g". le-auiH It 'il.
Toil never will lulouml
A world, nor flutter It. mr who;
lint von vour heli have wound
AIkiuI me. That prolne la your due!
(IM.V MINK MKN OF FOKTYTIVO
f.xaminfii m ai.ifikd in it-
INti HAY.
OPPOSE DEATH PENALTY
Harrcd, I lie Defendant. Will Knler
I'lca of Nlf IMeiior; Charged
Willi killing of W. II. Ktiwrll
Near Hereford.
II) WAl.TKK I A ON
fluff CoireaiHindent.
I'At.llAItT, Texan. Munh 22. Klc-
Jon of Ihe Jury f r the triul of Charley
VI. Hnrr. ll. clmrged with the killing of
A'. II. Howell, la proUng a alow and
tedleim tnxk. Only nine, of tho forty
two examined, had o,unlifled when the
joint adjourned after the entire ilav
,Md Imh ii given to the elimination, Th
klnlu um-d aevi-n of Ha ten ieremtory
haletiK nnd tbw ilefenae five.
A number of the ieelul venire of
'.05 men have been exi-uw-d by the
ourt but It I believed the remulnlng
liiroin will ( obtained from the real-
lue and thnt the Inlriwluetion of evl
lenee will begin tmnorrow.
The examination of the Juror lay
.he foundation for a t!f defenae pli
nd Indleale the d.-fi nd-ml will take
he alnnd and Klvn hi verlon of the
hooting.
The limit one may ro In m-lf le
(eiiw n brought out In examination of
very Jiir-r by the attorney Klnton and
I'mli rvMKxl, examining i-oune for the
U f. nae. The Jury under examination
a linked If he would aceord a defend
int under an allnct. the rlcht to kill
whi.n there la reanonable ground to
.'ar danger, though In reality there be
no danger.
The I Milium Cunty venire la made
up moKtly if young men. 1 of the
12 were dlwi:iilifld on the ground of
x'lng iMMed to euollnl ptinUhnient.
A lter of the ivfcndant. 'hurley
II. Ilarrett. la the wife of John Howell,
icttier of tho lttlni of the triigeily.
lame Hwell, 2'l year i Id, Ik a aoli of
lohn Howell, nnd when Jaim-a, one of
Ihe two nenrint the aiene of ahiHitlng
lake the linen atund, a family allele
will lie prenenvd.
Janie teatimnuy will i-oneern two
im lea. one dead. Ihe nfier on trial for
Ife and liberty; nn the brother of hla
futlicr the other I rot her of hla mother.
F
FDR EXPLANATION
INVKSTIt.ATlOX lli;iX AT IN
STANCH OK TIIK MK.Mt'AN
tiOVKKNMKNT.
If Axorialnl I'm.
Al HTIN, .M.in h 22. (lovernor Neff
ui1ay iii'i'lved u h-iter from I'hailea
i. Hughe, lenetay of elate, reiiue!
ng Hint he lnvitli;nte thv hotlng iff
i .Mexican oilmen mimed Htlvudor Hnu
silo by lerinlii iH-ai-e offui-r of Tuxaa
A h-n Hamedo nl(einited to em ape.
.'nuiiilo wa MinMiil In eoiiiiiitlon
.vlth tlm iiiiinler of tin Aiiiirtiau girl
.Marin Hi'hr-ilor nenr Han Antonio,
luting Ihe latter part of Kcbruiiy, ae-
i.rdliig to the loiter. A coinmimUiitlon
I'rom tho Mex.can government to tho
neiretnry of etnle aklitf for the In
veilgtiiion hjiiI pri.tittion of her
.Mexii-iiu eilixen urreeted III roiineetlon
with the t'He la utlachi-d to the letter.
Tlmee Mexlcun. lx In iiuiiiImt were
artetil hy ihe heilff of Hrownvltle
I county und luive tMen put In Jail to
pi-evet't Hillile violence, tho letlel
conilnui-. 1'ioiectlon fur theii Mexl
can la aoiighl by the Mexican govern
men t.
Hei-rvtary Hughe a1i tlovernig
Neff lo liivellgule the matter ami In
form him of the reull of hla lnvetig
Hon In order that a reply might li
made to the .Mexican government.
(lovernor Neff mid today upon re
ceipt of Ihe letter that he would have
in Inveeiigiilion of the affair and Iran
fir the remit of uclj Kiwetlgatloit
to Keerc tiny llughea.
GREEKS HAVE ABANDONED
OFFENSIVE AGAINST TURKS
Bf Ataorialrd I'im.
I'AISIH March 22 The ni w llr.ik
S NEE
I offeii:e again! the Turk In Aaln.ble prodiici of in,- .i,. iu were
Minor, which wa phum-d for the end
of March, ha I celt abandoned, al leat
for the pre- i.t. ace. riling to di-i-at, h.
iviihiM ly the French foreign iffl.v.
liiHiruetlon lo the tireek urinv,
which I lellevvd called for an ad
1 VHIIee
lurlmr Ihe lat dava of thl
month have been cancelled, the advice
1.
anvM. niinoua oiits iio.i.ii 111111111111'
in illeemlaik In Hv.iuilliU.
... 1.. ........ ,...1, ,
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.llanuiiroval taken bv r.nglund and
1... .u. 1-
DioImIinI uffenalve, l.r.a.ably would
not il.-Veloi the aini-c ileirel,
ffl! 11
Thl la the flrt plrlure alumlng Ihe (ierinun prcNirutlnn delegntlon at
lh retvnt meeting In Umdon. tin the left I r. Waller von Hlmon. (lermun
foreign mlnlater nnd head of Ihe delegate. They refund to agree to yment
uf the allied demand.
SlTTEillTE ITSlTN EE MEH OEiC
Ai III. COLLEGE HE
KTKOMi I.IKKI.IIIOOO M'llOOI. IIK
- aMTAIII lNIIKO AT AMARIUA" "
ri.UM IKW OK I I ItBOt K
AitUirlllo Ima n chiuicv of lamliug the
.roNM.i Weat Texua Agrlelutuial and
Mirhanioal C'olline believe I.e' Hater-whlt-,
repi'ewntiillve of thla illNtrict
who waa In town yi-atenUv. There la
a atroiig likelihoid Hie iiiNtltutlon
If approved by tin- govenior, will U lo
tuled here, IuIiImh k or I'lainvhw, be
uy, and the outininu may depend
UHn the i-tforu that aie laadu to au
cure the Inatltul.oii.
Mr. HatterwhlU- ( hai aclerlxi the
coming VlMll of the HtiiU- l.'gUlatuiv
who aie due In thla city Saturday even
ing n llng one of the bigget thing
thv pei plc of the I'aiihaiiilie have ever
done Ix-etttiMi- It largely througii thv
Inducement of the people of Wet Tex
ua that the trip I being made.
"We will loave Autin n'l u m-iI:iI
train Thurduy," bu Mild. In iini ile
ing the route the lAity will follow, "ar
riving Pi foil Worth that nUilit fr
u'x r n-iil traveling from thneoii the
Huntll Yt We V. Ill lake blenkf.iHt In
ome WwhI Tea town In I lie morn
ing. Krldiv will be cn nt in vlxlt-
il.g the Iuwiin III H.K Ihe HiU't:i Ko nnd
the nlitht w ill N- v nt In l.ulil.o' k
Hat in 'lit v nuinlt'ir we will In iiK funi
In I'lalnvlew with a 1 . 1 1 f i',i i at Tnlla
and then a fnt run to Hot. lord lim
it I lu-'ait thill the I lol of. 1.1 lileedola
will h.iti- M kI.ow ol their line l ittle
fir till ITplll' lltllllV. til HOC.
"H-'itlinbiy noon we will ! gaextn of
the Wcl Texu Htate Normal College
mil Ihe city of (a II on. In the uf
tirpiH.n we will iiiiike a trip fioin Can
yiil to I'aiii-.ia. Ihro'.ifth the hunt of
Ihe I'NitluituUe wheat b-It ami iiiriMng
In Amiiilllo Hiitunbiv nlaht. Humlay
will be :crt In vimiHi u t" i: on the
11,-ever railroad Utwvcn Ama.illo und
Wlehllu rail. At Wichita Kail the
pally will Im i nli-itaim-il Hunilay af
teniiMili. Kroiii Wichita K.ill we will
retum illicitly to Auiio unking In
time for tha opening of the I glNlulurv i
.MoinUy nioi ning." I
MtK!l.lir It ATI H Will, hi: I
.im:n t onmdkiution.
Br AMMelaifi tn m,
WYKHlN'ITuN. Mauli 22 -Freight
rule. on frui' ami vegeiuiiie in ami
from TexJi nild -ftouthweeti in point
A'lll In- Ihe euliject of n ehlpiicr and
uniera i-n'iferem e lalhil by ihe Inter
tate Cniniueiie t'oiiimlMHlon I" ln t el
jS'.fr ;HJLn
" ....m ..f me
I Tcxaa railway cniiimlmiliiri and Ihe
jiiliite H Kil ttl'l f. the eoi,tiol-loii mid.
ronbk-r iihef lor Hull and . eti.-
j i cprc. nt ma a iui. iiik win. ineni.
'
HIKMKIt W I HNOK HIHH Ml
' MM (KITH All M.I.
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j n -
' I.ITTI.l- Kiai. M.ir. n r. - I ormer
Oovet nor Itiarb 11 nrougn t nigni
It.-,,, ....ite.i l. . I ua "holililitf III OH O." 111
- - --
' though hi ondltimi tlll wa leg ird.-d
,.. ,.,-i..,. v lmht inii.ioein.-Tit over
Ki. I.H.... of U.i i.Uhl i. iti.id.-d a
extiem.lv grave, wa himiiImI by phx.i
rf...i., th.. .lav. II.- I Biiffernia
from aci.le nephrltl and iwrdiae lr
I re;iil .I II l
DEED FORMER
KII.I.INH TOOK I'LACK WIIII.K
ntmnniTioN auknts wt.hk
SKAItUIIMi HOMK.
Ijf Aumialnl I'm.
Kl. PASO. Texu. Mulch 22. Minn
Hh'uunnn. 21. John Hhearinnn. If,
brother, (.'. I'. Hhi-nriiiiin I heir father
and ThoiiM .Mendoan, impoyre of the
Nhcuiniun r..inch. were arreted late tie
day i n a el ite warrant charging them
with complicity In the murder of pro-
ni.liion i.iiici m. t.. iiecKeit una Aren
im. v no were anoi 10 oeain eany
tilay when Ihev attempted to execute
. . , t? i . . .
f " " ' "
mur licre.
I Hill-cm are eearihlng for Nell T.
8heurmn. an older lirnther wbn waa at
the ranch when the hing (iik
l laoo. Tlie men are held In Ihe county
lull. According to Ji-hm Htanael, the
ild- r Hln-arinaii admit having fired on
the olfliir with a ht tgun, but claim
no filed o;ilj after the oftlei r li.ii flre.l
it him.
J. H. I'ii Kit and W. C. iSuiiin, prohi
bition offl'-cr who ao( oiliianli (I le k
tt nnd WihhI to the Hlieurmiin ranch
ld In llnir i ilcmenl U-fore the if
8. I'omirl ! an r that only one ehot
wa flreil bv liio offi.ei. Thl. they
il(l. we froi.i u lio gun In the hand
of Culnii who fit id win li Ihe elder
Spent n an Honk-lit lo i tiler Ihe chicken
hoiIHe win 1. 1 tlie o!fior Koiiilht refuge
iftef hla roiiiinp ti lul been kllb-d.
TP" rhurg
rind t ne Ho
g.a.i I Hlu iincni' kull
tp off h'n hut.
Tho Hhearin.'ii.a I or a lomiln-r of
yfar have i.,mlui.d the riineii where
the killl-u: liHik plioi ami were eon-
I briil ii.cn if hl:h tainllng In the (taper who nuinngeil to talk to one of
i oinmoiittv. Ntil, ihe oii for wimui.th men and wa able lo aer through
the i fflcer an loi'illnu', wa urreted
!'. Month" alio by lUikett on a
chin lie oi unlaw fully Miliig Iliiinr.
Shi ii man vU lmel Ihe liipior had U-en
In hlo Iioiii b fore Hie Urn Iment of
the piohl'.ltlon law nnd iiuole an mi-
ui eenHf ul effort lo have It returned to
hl-n. The life iiculii.'t him I H-mllug
In the 'nb i ll coi.rl.
:ilS CRITICW ILL
I nk toi:ni uiam.f: in on
D1TI0N WAJ FIKHT NOTIC
m nimiw
lril lu The Nre .
H.Vl.TI.Mi il.K. M..m h 22 - Phliian
lending 1 'iirdm.'.l loldo.im antioiilic-d
li.ntiiht thai bl l!lne had taken n
-nfiivoral le loin Thev muI. howev.-i,
'I ie uiik 101 i nimiliati- ilanaer, but
th . mole 11 .iui!i lh.it they Wire not
1 1111-0111 igiil by h. vnii'.oin.
1 The itiifaot.il..- 1 hao.- In the Canli
n il a condition m oi ri-l Hunday nuiht
Wlien hi heait in Hi n l-..nne weaker.
' No maikel Imwovciiicnt ba ler
ihown In Ihe lat 21 hour according to
, I Mm,, I 1 -or, l,n
I in.lin.il illbl n who I In hi STlli
irar. ufferi.lB PhvMcal Neakdown Uil
fall ui. I on two uion hi bf. d -
1 niHilred. i f. he ulliitl. however, und
- ,fr.Mn tint time until Hie pr.i-int he
Mi'Oleil t'l tiui'iox. lu In. 1 I'll
HKMKltKI TO Or HUM II V
( AITAI Or' rltKK.IIT
NfKAMKK.
I1HD IT SH
Khat kled Hand and Fmd Men were
ltulied rnun lloat la l'riMin In
Niw Orlenn; Nlilpier Mike
Maleiuenl.
Af Axarlatrd frvaa.
XKW (llII.KANH. March ;'2 -IIHd In
Mparate ii-IIh In tin. Orb-ana l'arlh
prlwui ton,-hi were five men who
iluMlfliil thi'tiiw-lve aa animen, but
who wn Indicated through atale.
inenta of Captain J. II. II. Van Wccl
lein of the New Vork and t'ubn line
freighter ItUHhvllle. and Implication of
di imrtinent of Jinn Ice of filial, might
lie wanted In New York In connection
with Ihe InvcMtigutlon of thv Wall
Htn-et bomb plot of Heplemla-r It, Ut
Hhnckled hand and fiil, the men were
taken from Ihe ((earner ltiihvilln to
lay. hum led to the I'arleh prlnon, laaik-
d under Ihe following nainea: Phillip
flond-r, Uonel Kiiebreeauff.' Huilolph
I'orah, llnna Itnndin and llenrlk 1'lpan,
then held In communli-adi.
After Captain Van Weeldern related
Ihe pmnner in which the men were rap
tured and the dlfflcultlea encountered
In moving from Illo Ita Janeiro lo New
(rbMna, he too. became uncommunica
tive, and tonight would make no fur
ther atutemetit. Ileparlmenl of Juatlee
offbia U mild they were "awaiting In
atrueilon."
Il Hulurday, when Ihe ltuhvllle
waa appriaichlng thl rt. the tnaater
wlrelcamil the deiartment of Juatlee re-
luintlng that ihey eare for five "con
uiar primmer The captive were
trewtrd a di-K)Hratv men from the time
the federal officer took them aver
from the hlp guard Which had them In
charge.
I'lder by the mavter of the Much
vllle were that no inemler-ef the-rrww
hould dlaeuea the prlaonera with out
ldi-ra uniH-i- M-nulty of anhiry drdur
lion. The Captain, however, related
cirviiuotancc leading up to hla ac
eeptnnce if Ihe men, aa Involuntary
imaNftigera.
!nle lat month, according lo Cap
tain Weeldern. Ihe t'nlled Htatea ahlp
ping lMrd aleamahlp City of Alton,
then nrarlng Illo He Janeiro, roeelved
wlreea preaumahly from official of
thr l nlbd Htalea government, reiut
', arreat of Ihe five men. A fluhi
Ltartcd. and aceiadlng to Captain Van
... . . .
vveelilern. It waa with extreme diffl
cully that the men were uldued
placed In Irona and luken to Illo de
Janeiro. Captain Van Weeldern re
quetid the Munnn I.lne t earner,
Voro, to take the qulnletle lo New
York. HUH heavily guarded, the men
were placed alHird the Voro. and In
Mime manner, according to the Iluahvllle
Captain etarted a furloiia fight. Th
Voro' in.iter iM-edily returned them
(o the l(o de .lanelio Jail. Abnut that
time thn Ituvhvllle came Into load eof
fw for New Orlcnna. Vice Conul
Thonia inaimmil to x-ruado Captain
an ii'ldern lo attempt lranMrU
Hon of the prlHoner.
"We accepted and here they are,'
the MklpNT com tuili d.
The primmer, upnirctitly between
ti und -Vi year of age, were wild to be
for the inout tmrt. well educated, aome
ieiiklng eeveral langiiare.
No Indication wa aiven a to whin
it he prliuiner Would be taken lo New
Voik.
, amc irom a rcimrti-r from a nea
'nine of the baggage In-fore he wn ex
eluded from Ihe urnh prlMon. no one
I outalde of federal official tin talked
jWlth tho nu n.
i
WASltT.V'iToN'. Man h 22 Invcntl
K.iilmi of the five men landed In chain
, t'liv al New lirlean film Ihe freight
it I'uhhv lll,- h.i yet falb-d to tin
I ci ver any evidence rnnnccting them
with the New York i-xplobn lat Hep
lemlx-r. It waa etatitl tonight by Wil
'lam J. Fiynn. chief of Ihe llureau of
InvertlKatlon of the lb i tmeiit of ju
Hoe.
Mr, Fivnn addi-d. however, thnt th
Invi-Ktliiation wn Ih-Ihk continued
The nun hi chaiged im ifli ally
with iniillny on the hmh m-n. Mr.
F'Imiii explained and will Im- tried In Hie
f-ileial court of New Yolk.
CALL FOR EXTRA SESSION
CONGRESS ISSUED TUESDAY
, Br Ainriaid I'rra.
WASHINtiTiiN. Munh 22 A for
1 null cull for an extra i-wion of Con
grr to meet ..ill II and rwilve legla
latioti 11 nulatn n fn m the new admin
li-triit.on. W Ik'UiiI I'-im)' l' I'lvuldellt
llaidll'.g
Von,, if the ffi-idi- in ni. loin to 1
laid bifoie Hie I- gV.ntnv e branch were
1 aimil In the !n lainalnn. the orei-
Thnt merely d.iluiinu that an extra
lo:i oidmaiv miiikioh re.iulred that
I olig. . c. nv -tie lo "re live uch rolu.
niiiim atton a may In- mad.- by the rx-
ecutlv. ."
( Mr Hauling alna.lv ha Indhated.
however lhat the tirllf and taxation
; ill be f.arenioet In hi meeaage to tha
' mi l it w vnloii.
Resolutions Adopted at
tion of Railway Unions; International Leaders
Ordered Out of Town, and Mayor of Harrison
Asked to Resign.
HY TIIK AHH4iCIATi:i) I'JtnHH.
IIAKKISON, Ark.. March Traffic on the Minsouri nl
S'ortli Arkansas railroad, usK-n.lfil
jurninp; of hriilcH ami (K'ntrtiction
c rcMimeil Thursilay or Friday, it
promise made at a mas mct-tiiif;
than out hundred mile mnitlirast
e proterteil.
KcMilutidtiH adopted at the tnas
jnions for their part in the jirrsent truuhle, anked the aid of all law
lidding citi.fii in protection of the railroads projierty, and called
upon four intrrn.itioti.il union officials here to leave town imme
diately.
The official of whom reference
representing the trainmen; L M. I'.dwards, of the brotherhood of
railway telegraphers; C. M. Carey, reprceting conductor, and
W. J. Potts, for the dismtchrr. Tlie official were uboened and
appeared before the I loon e County grand jury here today.
Mayiar Condemned 4
At tha nine mneiing today a demand I
that Mayor (Juy Trimble of llarrtnon
resign lai-auiie of hla aymtiathetlc ar-
tli n for the atrlker. waa reiterated
hut Mayor TiiniUe coiiilpueil In hla re
fuaal to take thla alep.
Men attending the meeting n-pre-
aenled practh-ally every luwn la-twei-n
Kureka Hprlnga, near the Mlnmurl Una
nnd KIImi Arkanana. npirniliiiately 1 00
nlU-a aoutheriRl along the line.
Of flii m (iuard IVmierly.
Jut'l.tN. Mo March 22, A fona of
. M. deputy miirnhiil, recruited here,
la atatloned et pMnl along the Ml-
tMii ami Nweth Arkanoaa Hallriaid in
compliance wllh order of Federal
Judge Van Valkenhurr to protect the
-ailroad proiiertv on the Miourl aide.
Men weie iiichI aa far eolith ua Hlelg
man, Mleaourl, near the Arknnmi line.
SOVIET THEORIES
PREMIER'S VIEW
KtKMIAN I.F.AIIFK IH I.F.AKMNd
TILT TKAHK IS KNNI.NTI l.
TO I'lUIM FIllTY.
a AMoriat4 Pna.
UiNImiN. March 22. Defending the
governim nta tiade agrei-inent with
Kumla, Premier Lloyd (leorge declnr
ed In the hounc of coniiiiotia tmliy I hut
a complete change wa evident In Ihe
attitude of ihe lolhevlkl government
toward what ia culled iapltaliiu.
"Indent, " he aald, "aome of U-nlne'a
aiieei-he might very well have la-en
delivered by Mr. Churchill hlineclf.
The Ituaelan Soviet piemler Waa I
ginning to renllie that trade wa etmen
tin I. that liMomotlvea cannot lie Mili h
el up with tlioorle. that the oiigliuil
80 vr Iheorlea are linwoi kulile, wild
Lh .vd (ieoige.
Thr agreement, lie continued, waa
purely a trade agreeim-M rccngnUlrig
Ihe defm to governnienl of Hum!, not
4 treaty of pcne.
Claim agaliiNt Huiwi with reMrt
to Imin or for Injur!. to tiatlnnal
have lai n rennrved for ill iihon,l
when there will Im- a general etlk
vlit. In tho iim-uiiIiiii ill claim
wvie uluplv enfegtiaided.
He 1 1. Hi 11I. d t ie idea that tin- trad
ll g I OIIIIIUIIlll V WII I Hri lO HlC
agreement and nm rtiil that ever)
pii Minion nboul llolnlno im coming to
an end had lulled of realization. The
Imlnhrilht oo a cwiiiiil, te in control
In vt Hiimo.i 11 anv aovNnioent
j ' 'ould
undt r pieveni cb cuniit:iiii-e
I.AIIOKF I(H HF.F I SF Til
At F.I'T W AHF. KF.IH CriON.
If Aunruilid l'rM.
CIIH'AiHi. Man h 22 -'Iteprom-ntn
Hvr of all Hie unskilled cmplovi of
the Cbleag.i. Hurllngton nnd Qulncy
llallioad refill" d to Hicipl a reduction
tn WUK" pt'cp.M'd bv Ihe I wd at
confer m-e piliiv. They nlo refuw'
to Ind'iM- an apMAl lo the I'nltvd
Stat. iiillioiil li.lx-r Im ti.l I he ap
m-hI to the ImukI will In- tiled hoil)'
',y the irtllwnv. It n annmirii id
" " ---
' - lal n Imol Ii J.i.
1 H tCHAMKNTO. Calif. Munh
Th- Juium-,. h N Ih.v wu the eub
. ' t if a bill wlinh pux-d Ihe lower
. , .
! '; " " " l"tl'"' ' 'ly
The Id I would -rmll hiil lnite.-a Ii
...ti.Ul.h e.rate . Ii.n.I for .l-ipanc-
when they dee mi -d It ndvla.ble. The
bill merely granted lariiiliwlon to -
tabll-h u. h . h. ol m1 1 did n -1 in ike
th,' 1 tal bxhiMi nt iiianilitoi y.
Meeting Condemned Ac
last wt-rk at a rcnult of the
of other jiroprriy, rohably will
wan htatrd thin p. tn., following
of citirns that the road for mort
of the Misnouri utatc line would
Hireling condemnrd the railway
wa made are Ci. V. Anderion,
ONE OF CHOICEST
KVF.KY ( ONVKNIF.Nt K Or CITT AT
DiHifiKAL or miEsa-.,-;'
OF IIAMIAUT.
Ily WATKIt LT0.N
(Huff Correaimndent)
DAIJIAItT, Texaa. Mar. 22. Tha
much of winter' ley flngera had
withering effect on Dallam county'a
IMiich, tr and plum bloaaoma that had
iianed out to Ihe genial raya of an
itrly aprlng aunahlnt. It waa aa If win
ter had coaxed out tender bloom and
blade to lake a nip. and flipped they
were.
Not having the heart to do It In day.
light, eountleaa number of nowflakt
iumhled In the drab clouda of Sun
lay night and d.n-ended on earth en
inaee, Three Incheo of now fell Bun-
liy night, and the downfall rontlpued
'termlltently Monday. While Hot
Inching cold, the amiw blanket of Sun-
'y night, and reiH-tltlon of low tern-
lernture lat night, waa too much chill
r the advanced bloeaom.
Hut the March 'iuall waa not without
omiM-naating featurea. It will make
trim, any m kinen. It'a fine for wheat,
ny farmera. And Italian la a atork
ind farming county. F'rult la not yet
me of II t ile pr.nl 11. i. drain and
'irage crop never looked better at thla
iiiiii of Hie year. Like other I'mnhan-
lie eountle. I n Ham I turning to arrl-
ulture IliiNleriiera are , beginning to
lny Da! hi in i-ounty land. Tlie county
ia emploved a rounty ttini. and he a
1 live one. It ha a county demonirtra-
Inn agent, and ehe'a buy all tho lima
nd keM o'liera huay.
Alert to the advantage of a library
.nd Unawerlng Ihe mil to J.n tho cm
du arlnt t h e rountry'a areh.
nemy Ignorunce Dallam haa a But.
irl.il llbrnrl.iu. ami to Dallam county
-longD the honor of Mug flrat of alt
r. vH i-ountiea lo i-omply with tlie new
date regulation, through which tha
nunty gel 5,000 volume of booka
from the Mate for Ha library.
The 1 omnilHidoticra of Dallam coun
y have oau glil t, with the onward
novement and orderid for -April 10 &
'Hind election to authorize Ihe leiuanoo
f ttTMKi in lmda tu pmvkle funda
'or a new court houne. It la believed
'.he c operative aplrlt I tmtig enough
tn put over the tmnd elect hn for a
-nun building that la realty needed, ir
"irrtcd. It la Ihe purwa to carry tho
o nient on thla year' Najka, ao that
he i oIIm. Hon will tje at tho aamo time
I general laxea are rnlleeted. and tho
wilding may be tarted thla year.
Dnlhart. iHillam'a capital, la preaa
tig forwanl to normalcy, and Walking
1I1. u.l to leaderhl In nwttera edura
Icnal In th 1'anhandle, and an era
if material proeiaTlty greater than the
ity hi yet known, lkilhart rcjolvea
in Ita achievement of Inducing the
tato HiHird of IMueollmt to take up
t f 12-Vtiun hnnj taue voted for a high
hoot buihlln-. The achig board la
Kilng no time In prehintnartea, but
m advertised for an'bllect'a propnaala
Manh 2.i and It la the purioae to let
t contract for the building nn May 1.
IVtlhnrt people claim to have) aa good
nigh chmi avatem aa there la In tho
I'nnliamlle. and 1 lulm Hut Will be In tho
lead next year, excepting no i-Uy of
CoNTITi:i N PAriE TWO
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