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RJLLO
AILY
VOL XII. NO.M. 10 PACES IN TWO PARTS
AMARILLO, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1)21
PRICE FIVECENTS
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EUGENE DEBS. RT
nrniiroT iiinnmn
ntuuLDi nnnun
VISITS CIPITOL
MADK JOIKNLY FKOM ATUWTA
PRISON TO WASHINGTON,
I NATTKNDKH.
DISCUSSESOWN USE
AiiUm Ihtm Not Mean Adoption of a
Policy n( (.eneral Aitiiimly To
ward Political Prlamicm, May
llanglH-rt).
Br AiwWM I'm.
' WAHIIINMTu.V, Mulch. SI. Cunt
tended nnd without lln knowledge of
the public, bugi-lu- V. IMi. tinprlHoued
to Ir.llat l.'inloi, tuuie lo Wuahliigtoli
lodny fiom Atluniu i iiltenliury untl
!ir three hour dimuaM-d hi taae with
Attorney tiencral lfttugheity. The un
uecdeiitvd lilit of Mr. Ih-ha wna made
Willi the approval of I'loaiil.nt Hard-
Iiik, wim recently tciUcati-d Mr.
iMiughtcity to review thi cuan t.f the
Hod.ilUt bailor unit make u ici omineii
ik.tlon on It,
The utlnraey general In announcing
tonight thut Delia hud vlaitcd Wunlilnw
ion mid mi mi hU VMy buck to. the
Atlanta rlMon, an Id that while thine
wo no preccdtiit fur culling a piiaoiicr
to Wuahiiigtnn without it guard, It Ima
luen dtt'lilril In conference with l'n-al-dint
Harding tlml In a murh u lleha
I ml ..clouded hliiim If Mt IiIn lilul, hi'
ahnilld come here to iinaw.-r In . reoii
uoh liuiulilca mm the govvrtiuit-nt -ill
to aak. Mr. Ihtuglicity udd-d
thiit he believed hi hntl authority to
v iilut.- thf pi Immrr in hi honor n nil
'V thut he had aaaumed full rreKinaililllty.
J ! arrived Irt Wuahlngmn early In
lh tlaf, went la tin- dcimntm.nl cl
. . Juetlew, ulut M-". o'cha-k, confcrroU
with Mr. Ouugheity and Uuy 1). tj.fl.
aaalatuiit "In'lli?" attorney general frmii
I. about laao to I.Jo uiltMk uml l.fi
' Wauhtnctnn at 3 50 o'clcak in the i 1
turn ti ill to prlaon. Ilia movi-mi-nta
irom thf time h left Atlanta i-aietda)
Ware kept atrii t aecrct. except to II few
ofli'lul i if the department of Jtiattee.
J'or that nam in tievvpu.ci iiu-ii whi
VlhieJ lute In the duy tur the Ml tor
!.- tnerat'a weekly iinfi reni t. nnn
ed and lefuaed for a minute or two to
l.ellfve their own rain when thry honrd
Mr. lu uglier I y nay; "I iln'l hollevr
I huve much in-wa for you. Kvnili'inen,
I'Ul Miui'ilInK lH.ua' vIhII, I hnve hud
a Htateiiient pnimiid."
Mr. Uuuahi'fty retuaoil t ronunenl
on the pre ntiiH'iit niiide hy l'ha ol
I'la 'ue uml diH'llnid to Mtiawcr un
iueaiinn na to wh.'tt roroniiiu'iulntion
he would inakf to the I'lvulilcnt ivlt
tlv to the aKlulHt lomler. who wu
ri.nvh'tiil and wntemtit In I fit t
Ini yeura Impi Ihoiiiiii nt fur l 'lull on
of the eniimae not.
!M. Mr. IkiiiKherly itil.1. liokivl and
Oi ted dill liiK Ilia MhII in m il um un)
nthi-r man. He wna Mild to he In fairly
good ph.lrul rondlllon, allhonKli P
(uirently aomewhat nmoua. The pim
viier'a jihyaliul tnim.ni. Mr. Ixiuh
erty auld, tiecetuuirlly would he taken
Into i-oiiclili'iutloii ly the giverniiietil
In Ua dei'lMon ua to hla enae. In the
N'iitentlury tt Atlanta Doha In employ
tl part of the time In Ihe'hnapltal
lid rt In the llhrary.
HUli'l nrdeia wer klveit hy thu attor
liey generul'a tleimrtiui'ht. nlfloer
Muld, til lit Itiha' MhII aliould he kepi
aerret tiftttl .Mr. IkiiiKlo-rty wwa rend
la tiniiomire It and the ordora wer w
netly earrhil nut.
The attorney general In hla talk with
DeWKiiuper men emphnalKed that the
riilllng of IMia to U'ltxhliiuton did not
mean adoption of a polhy ot' Koni-iul
amneaty toward lltliul pi Iwiii'i a, hut
wna merely to fui'lllnte the Invi'Mtlgu
tlon of hla i ae.
WEATHER
WEST TF.X.tH: Friday fair. Satur
day fair colder In north portion.
t'. K. Denarlment of Arli llUur
WrallMT Bureau.
Tcmiierature hy hour nt Amnrlllo
yenlerilnV:
4 n. tn....
7 a. in.. ..
I a. m ...
n. in....
11 a. nv.
Noon.
1 p. 111..
: p. m..
.r.
. .08
,.6
..74
...40
...42
...4T
10 n. in.
.6
I p. m.
Highlit yeatcrdny In 19:0. TO; low-
.nt. 44.
Illchif ycalerdajr, "I.
lowest, 17,
Humidity Data.
S p. m. Sn.m
Noon.
4
tl
Dry letniierature I
VI temiwrature 4
Humidity IS
fiirceaat: frlday fair
In temiierature.
39
U
fit
Little i hang
GOINH TO IIOSTON.
When mualelnna go to lloaton,
All they need to do la play,
Quickly run out their chomatle aealea
And thay soon ar on their weigh.
Hut If they mnk the trip by rail
Then the coat la not aolo.
Biiecdlng forty niHoa an hour
On Ihe electric P. O.
Peter Pliier Jr,
BARRETT MURDER TRIAL IN FULL Sl7AY;'P0ffl BDLSHEVIKIiaiT
nnc TIVHTI E CflfjTI I API I'liTHECC OTAnn icniiiin nunniiiinlUlL
liJUUa IfilllDbb
Witness Dalhart
PASSKII AWAY SO Ml IKTI.V THAT
NI KsK W H NOT KVKN
M'RK OF THK KNI.
AaMM-ialrd I'rm.
ItAl.TIMOllrt. Miir. !l. .Inmea C.tnll
n.'il (lllilMina, un h-hlehop
of lUltlmorel
unit aenlor pii late of the Cntholli
i-l,....h In II... fulled St.it. . dhil at
11:33 a. in. Iinliy. imaalng away an
'liih tly that even hla nurae n Pun He -
,1.0. . .0.0 ...ul.l not l. anre thnt It wiia
;he end. The clmnue thnt betokened
... ...u - .i.i.. ,.im..-t 1... .111.1..
H ill II nun viiai'i "'' mh i" 1
ind five minute p.-macd while ahe lean
ed fthov Ihc llht. allll form, watrh
IIIK
Then from the Imure where he had i
llvrd anil worked. In the ahndow of the
i-athedrsl of Hie Aamitnptlon of the
llli'Mind Vligln MSry, went forth word
if hla de. Hi.
Ilia grave will lie n nlohe In the north
wull of the rtypt under the high altar
of the i n t Imli n I. A alah of miirhle i-arv-imI
with nn Inairpltlon In I Jitln wilt
mark hi routing plnee.
It Hurled in Calliedral.
AIhivc thla viult. I lilnil wlno aoulh
wall He the ait nn h llho of Mary
land who iiroei'il.-d him. la the Kim-Mary
of the enthi'ihiil to whli li Cardinal j
holia' imri-lilH hn.iirht him n u Kidy lo.
lb. luiiitlxml, whore he v.. i I i ona.-.-r.ilVil
n blhhop. where he waa lat.-r ronwi-iat
ed an ini'h hl-'hnp, nnd w ln-re on June
10, IIMi, he w.ia Invoali-d Willi the lola-a
if III" rii'llii.iliil'V
Thi'le, to.1, Ht'illdfi the lln-one of the
eirilin.il. Ahove lln throne Will hnig
the I'unhlMl'a h:it. ryiolH.1 of piln.v-
-torn ill the Ciiholii hii-nin hy. au long
... ..... ...... 1.
n ine cawirni'ii e'.iiii'i. t
At the funeral will gather the great
eat eomimtiy of i hiirehnii-n ever aaaem-
1 l.liil In the t nltid Htatca. In the mnaa .
I of t.'legrain iimI i iMegr una that ini-ni '
la-ra of the i-o i li luil'a Iiihim hold aotit nil I
j over the w orld t.alay worn in. anai!i to
1 100 hlehnpa, 14 iinh hlhhopa a oil coutit
' lea motialgnora and prloata everywhere.
' Two rnriliniila may come to IViltl
I mon Cardinal O'Col.nell from Itoatou,
! and a cnrdlnal from Canada. Mutialgnor
John ItoiiMi-l llonxiiio. upoalolle ik h gate
lit WaahliiKlon. will MUtifli-ate at hlch
ri.'iuli'm man Thuradny.
The funeral proceaalon will Imlude
! Ihe r.iiillmilx, the airll lilnhopj, tl.e
' hlahnpa. the aMialolle deh-Kate. and Mr I
t'lally nil the tuleata III the dia e of
Maryland, whteh lm Uuh-a the diatrlrt ot
Columbia,.
IlcpreaonfaUvea of all the churihea'
order will he there the a hint from
the mminaterlea In roU a of white, hmwn
ir black.
(ilennnn In I'reaih Funeral.
Areh hlahop J. J. flh-nnon of the arch
I di.i-oeo of HI. li'Jia, W ill plim h the
funeral aennon. It la nolnwnrthy Hint
It wna Ari h hli'hop (il.-nno who pnin h
eil the aertnnn at Cardinal tllhlaina'
golden Juhllee at the cathedral In N-li-hcr.
Ull.
New of Ihe ca rdlia! dwth apread
tin ouch the rlty rapldl)', and the mourn-
r, ' ; ' ,.-',-vv . . . . . ; .; ; :
: , Vv"--':;:
" ( -' v -,
I L w '
, I. : : -;.. j
- ";-vv- i
- - ;. - : 'v v.,- ;
I , . . i ' t. I ' j o v . . ; ....
Mlts. MMlTl.i; MIWKI.L
rrninn nnn nr nr rmoi nvrrj orniiccT
rfiTwni in nmiRnw ram mmm
UIIIIIULIU U II U II U II II II I L. I IIL.UIUI.il lUj
III in. DEflD OFFER JESTIMONY;
tXiNTINI KU ON PAflK TWO
UVmiII.I.C UM luillllbUU U
Murder Trial
I.ARt.t: NI Ml I Kit VV NATIONAL
tllAKAl tUl M W AITKAK
ISLtOHK UVIHIll IMAKII.
i
S$ AviKiauil l"rfc I
CMU'Ailo. Mutch ':i-Tl.r.' r.iili'onil
oi.m.t. ni. oion.i.ia ..r ii... imiiior La
..'.,,. ,. .1.,, 11MjJ(V i..,.,,.. ,
. i.ulwey ixi'. i.Iimk, will U- anonoonn:
lo l.allty Ufoie the r:uliv:vl I iImi
I ""! " ll'ieet of the tinpoi-a to
1 ' ''"'
I '"r lh"'1
l. .,i . oi... niHiu.
iipvii.iiiie Momlay i
Apill t trt l-rlliy .-.nivinlng their at
: "Hide on nnlloiiiil l.iuinla of nrtjuat
no -lit.
W. fl. IIcmI y. prealdetit of the Cen
Unl of .New .1 !.-; K. K. I.ooiiiih, pival
I -li lit "I the lrf Ii.nIi al!v. niol II. K
IW j in, pi.'Mil-nt of the t'H.t-.ig.i, Mil-Mui.ki-.-
ulhl Kt. I'Mui, uie the i .vntlw
iiiiiiii-d in tl.. 1111111I1 a ii-iHial.
All W11T liii'iniH 1 a of the I.iImt Coin
iniil-' whlrh to'k .. itii.st ei.uid on
.1:11 da of ailjiititnicnl.
At j..-.oiia Ii. iiIiii;., l.-elooTiny ol
i.th.-r ceei.tv iln wiil l.iit Mr. IV
In lllol Ml'. l.oollllH, v. ho 01 U4I1I lll.N
sol
I hi
ll f-ii lniMoiial l.'wu.la, I
mi ii I. .1 l y W. V.
'tier Joiiii-i. j
Alii I lull) i
nt llio I'll. ok l .11.1.1
Whlih il.l.llivl
lor IihiiI lotiiii;- 'I In- iniiii'iil) n poi I
was l.it.-r .id. pt. il hy tie- iii.-mU-i
I mi.l i. 1
Mr. Hi . in ii 111..I1 . il a i on '1l1. nl 1
un inli i
I tin- lulu, i i .
IjiIm i i.i-k, in l li Hi I ia'i if niol
lug in mini nii ( raiii-i.-. au..niii tm
. ll ni. I nnu.'ii i III;. Is M Jewel, i-ieal
I J.-l I Of the l .l I'li'MH li' II 'III,! Ill I'l
' tl.o Ail.ein.ii I .--li lutixli if Ull'ol.
il.iiti'1 HI t iloi'"" it .1 1 i : i -,.... 1 1 1
J I, nun j" lot- I p.i.-.a i i in iruiiu nt and
I (In- I'm.; it i li i .-.I Ii.-.n ii'gi to run
I Iti.-iinuli I '..I iv .ii. il S.it i.l 1 1. 1 . il i
i.Mi iilv ie.i iMil f' r i i i utuc aea.loii.
t.arthi'.iiik.' I'l Ai'htaiu.
YCMA. An.-, "i.i. :.:.! h .' I. A .!.
if aiibli'. i .il lie in. il. i elf" h vteic It-It
hue I. o il li .iu.ti .V..H anil li p. in.
Ill" ,lliI.K Hlll.ll l.l ft. I IIIIT II pillhl
I a I'.'i I to ml nit-a ilnl nn ilainag.'.
WAGE REDUCTIONS ON
SANTA FE WILL GO TO
U. S. LABOR BOARD
.Wwlaiait I'rrrt.
TiI'I:K , K.nia , Mint h rt. -The
.i.'i.t. ti el (he ie i Ijiotno nt of tin
mil" a -.ill hiiw. in Cie 1 t-l,l-.i n.
'I'i I' -I. a M.'l H.iiI.i I'. Iliiiio .1 uml
in i.i. inl-naiii'. ol w.iv i n. .. v.
wll ii" to the t'nltt'il Stata-a liii.or
l.o nl
Thla ili . iloi a rem hiil hni
thla i-lei.piK lifter on hII lli.y confer-
lo.- lu-tw.in K K I'l. nk. ii-pii-a.-ut-eg
the iiiipli)-a, uml t". C. t'ox of
Tola-, a. li n n I.. llil'I'iU'il of l.oa
i.tfi!-. ninl I! .1. I'arkcr of Ami
I'lllll, 'I'l Mm. tpllcll.l m.illllgel' of
tl.e Kiol.i I -.
. 'I'l..' I iinfi-IVIlee Will la- colltitlll.al
M tl 11 Ihe other ilaan. if .iiii..y.-a
ulm h v. ill In. Iiiilo the ahopuieit,
ton hooaa. en-plnyia und all un
killed Inhoi.
i
EI6IT WITNESSES
E
Wit t: (It MAIN .MAN lit:Mt:.HTIItT
snt: it h Mituit:i mmi;
III MIM'M HKVTII.
Ity VI.Tt.K I .VON'.
Hlltff t'"l M M llli nt
I'AI.IIACT. Ti x ih, M.m h :i. -Willi
Die mull IiiioiiIiiI eliiliia of
Mis. Mvi'lle H. II, of Aioiinllo, In
li.i Mi'in. iHli i't Coin I iiit)"iiim d
1 1 li . I of lli klllliiK h'n;o uit'ilimt
t'lmiliy llniritl llh Juiy und
ttliil f um on tip Pn of w'oiiili'rnii'Ut.
( 'our rem l nl hy n il iimmt purport'
to Ih loiiriliine lei '.Iflr ile of hi rwlf
to I hy tl. C. Howell, wllneaa dfiili d
Nlilvi'ly Mid reiieuteilly ihiit aha
Iiiim ri'iiuu rled.
Altoiney Klatnn'a (iii'Mtlotia aa to
lu r ri'i'i lvltiR nili'iiiloiia ly men on
mutilmony lMnt were ulao vlgoruiia
ly il. nlitl. The marriage rtrllflrata
diN'iinii'iit la algiied and aHiled hy
J. M. Fuller. County Clerk ot Col
liiiKKwmth County and the nu.r
llnae pui'ixilla lo hnvw heen r.
foi med hy Ciuiniy Judge C. C.
Hill III.
lN'fiiim' attorney hualed themaelvva
ufti-r Mil.lnurnnieiil of court awurln
! aulHH'tia for CiiUliiRnworth County J.
flrliila. and further aeneatkinnl develop
ineiila on whit h either at ate or defena
niurt loan are nwnlled.
humage Kult .Metw ime4.
Another hut lean aetiaMlonul feature
hruualit In einaa Miirtiltiatlon uf Mr.
j Sow. wiia that ilinimge ault In the
inniue cf herat'lf nnd hoy hna lieen fihd
nnHliiHt d. fen. Li nr fur I'in.iioo. U ndini
;tii lo the miirrlnge iiii-ntlon, Attorney
HUitnil uaked Mra. 8owell:
llnve you Itcen rci'lvlng atlentlona
from any of thoae men at your rooming
houae have they lieen com ting -youi
niuittrr?
No, air.
i. Nut at nil?
A. ;o. air.
(J. lan't there a young iu;m down
In Anmrlllo that la eiiurtlng ou?
A. No, air.
, , y. I nnth-eO nr heard aometlilnt
bImiiiI tamiethlng la lng In th atef
M' Mtle Howell being mar
1 rled H"re. Thnt waan'l you. wna It? I
heard II wna mihlUhi'd In the panel
1l1.1t n Mra, Myrtle Howell wan nuirrled
lieie the lih. wua 1h.1l you?
A. No. air.
i J. lour nrc nut marrn-u nmv;
A. No. air.
( Mia. Howell you have got n aul'
for dimncea Hnding agalnat Mr, liar
re t ni ll -ieford for twi.noo for killing
youi- l iiKlmn.l .'
A. Twenty Ihouanud lan't II?
Q. lan't It 90,o0fl? Any way there'a
a anil pending ngaimd Mr. Ikirrett hy
you and your arm for killing your Ima
ind?
A Yc. air. Inn It waa tft.ntf wnau'l
It Mi. liillll iml-
y Mr. Howell, are yon anre that
waa not you who man lei I In Wellington
on the lioh of thla 1 iih?
A. Yen. air.
J. You dnl not anawer, no. air?
.Marriage IteiuVd.
l). Mia S..W.-II. 1I11I11 t ymi have
I Alo.il'lllo Wiilnrikl.i v
Mill of thi month?
niotiilng on ilo-
A III! the llllli
y. Yi-a, tun am
A I left I'tiir
. I... a ........ ,1 1.....
a ...ii. ii. -.-, ii.... ni-.
.,
y. IjlHt We.k?
A. Yea. air.
y W lieie did y.Ml go?
A I W.'llt to I lei ef. ml.
y. titihi'i you h-ll your Imanleta that
ou wire Hoiiiu to lli-nfird on ihi'
d.iy? A. Ye, ah".
y Warm't that Wednesday. Ihe luMl
liy of M.u. h?
A I d"i t remenilM-r what dtte it
Will.
l. Wh it day of Ihe ivrclt wua I'.?
A 1 don't leini-nil.er. It wua one
dav laM wia-k or the week before. I
y. You told th.-tii you wne g
IliK
to llel'. f Mil .
A. Yea. air.
Q Old ymi go to Hereford'
A. Ye, air.
y I ltd any one gi with you'
A. Yea.elr.
y. Who" .
A. Mr. Hcwrll
y How do you ewll your name
A Howell.
Q ll.iw oea he pell hla name?
A. Well. I don't know hm- he ep'-ll
hla name. I never naked him.
O. Who! are hla Initial
A. I don't know hla Inltlala
y You und Mr. ik-well went In H.r
fold laal W'edneaitiy
A. Yea. air.
Q
I In -re
A .
y
A
y
A.
y
A.
y
h-n did you i-oiue hark f i In
I enme hael! the next iliV.
Next day
Ye, air.
How did vnil go
I went en the train.
I low did ymi nan buck?
I Ul the trnln.
Mia. H-vjrill. d.dn'l you lake Ihe
iVnvcr train In Amurillo Wediieadiy
CoNTlNPI-'U N PAC.K TWO
nUddiRiii
1 1 III! IIIU
W Fill FEEH
WOltlilMl M.AHM AM A WIKII.K.i
Kl MlltlMi I'M IKK I'ltrH.
lAT l(K(.IMi:.
Ej
n
UW leader Now In Amerlia to dm
nil HjiiiiiiI ioinN'r; Sa
I rureed In Join "IjiImiT
ArniU."
Men '
fintKo it
i:iilr, who
M A"riliil l'rM.
m:v Vni:i. m.i i.h
tici m.llo, u Itnatliiii IuIhh' le.'ider
mill
... mm iicmwvii, in auiiv vi inc luiiiwiuig vi ilia urinmivn, wiiu mw
irihoil In Hie I'tilted Hlnli-a thla wwk'.
., .,f.,r ,l Us l.h H U..I h0,e V" ,0Werel U,t tUn Aotm fwl- . .
(jonu- M. piiahii ui or ti... Amen. .,n Oil brought to the surface was "live" and of excellent quality.
tViinution of I oIht toniahi lauiit j registering, it is reported 39. The Culf people, contrary to earlier
mm mi nt regarding pie onduion . reports, or street rumors, did not enclose the well and forbid any
n hla country, lie quoted Mr. floin. ' JmJ. . TV.w en..et...lw ama.rvtkU.. mA wJmA no
j nera aa tipliolilliig the laialilon taken
'liy Kuaaian lulair agalnat llolaheviain
ind promlaliig that HtriMimlllo'a argii-
inenla ula.ul the dialreaalng cxierlenit'
if win king men and H-aaunta would be
llatrlhuiiil Ihioughnul thla country for
nfiHiiuillon of American IiiImit.
Mr. (iomM-ia. Ihe Iluaalan IiiImh- lea-1
der a.' Id. aulhiHlted him to aay "thut the'
uln.r movement In the Culled Htutea
Voiild not give cnuiiteiiani-e t' lloUhe-j
. lam. i ll IH I in una country or iiuaaia
ml that the U)r movement atood for
.he right of Ihe liuaalun M-oplo to x
n lae their ftiiu tlmi to determine their
,'lH'lil of gnvei limetil."
Miihinil Hla'Mka
Mr; Hln.nilll.i la a memla-r of the
"a ai id of tniiW- union of metal wmker
f llio Perm diatrlrt unit wua deli-gated
y Ihe irado union of Oral In prta-ecd
lo older round le for the puniaa of
arariiliiK kihor ngiiiliat llolahevlat prln-
.'lph-a.
lviulpiei with alntlath-a concertilng ,
ihe i onati urllon of Ituaaian Iiiduatrl.'a,
tranaporl und ngrli'iiltural under the
flolahevlat regime, he auld he la preiar- j
a) ! ahow "that the coridlllona of thai
working mail under the IkilahevUt die-
aiorahlp of the ayatem of mllllarlM
:lon f lulmr me even win o than thoaa
f thu HUKjinia. While the greater
,Mirt of the Itiiaaiun M-aauntry, apread
ever un Immenae lerrlliay. la out of
rea. h of Ihe llolaheilat dli latot thlp and
S able at lenat lo live It own life, the
iluaalan Wiaklng rluaa aa a Whole I
he Immediate auffep r under the llol
ihellal regime.
"Aa' a roault of Ihe deatrui'tlon "f In
luali lea," Mid Mr. H'riaHiillln, "the Kua
luii piuleiailat hua ahruiik to one
'.ftiaulh of It f uller alxe. freedom
if the union la iilailialutl. The nnloiia
ire ealuhllxhid and work iioih-r the
out ..I of the 8olt aillhoriili a. oil'''
an only ael In the way piearillml h
ha Hovli-I uiitlioi llli-a. Krenliini of
neetitig and I f act'h I alaillaheil
St la a crime to niter a word ngalnat
he llolahi'Mkl Htllkea uie lla lured
'iiiiiler ii'Volnti.'ii.ir v aeta. Wja'.nicn
vho go on a auike are puiilahnl with
brululily iiiihiaiil of In wealein mull
re. Htrlkera are not only hnprheni
d hut ileirlied of their ration". Al
ooH ull hiamlii'a of Induatry uie tin
ier inarlml l.ia. Wial.eta rannol
hunge from one faetoiy or m euputlon
'o aiimhi'i. Tln-y uie l.a"i iluy eiillHl.al
In lh Miealli-d 'lalKa' annlen mid over
time In inmpiilaoi y.
( olldillnlla I'll if ul
"The . Iilfnl roiiililion to whiih llol
dii'VlMM haa la ought Kuaui lcaiilt. il III
1 .l.e iiiieaal UK.i.nat 'I lie llolahi-xlat
'.l.e 0ill'U.l UK.i.llNl -.lo-
, ....
''war.rv w hla h we wllii'i-acd na-cnlly
' n Un
iiiy h .nt of lluaaia, In Kiona
toll.
Ill c
IMroKiiol und Mwiiw Oniv
the Itnlr-ln-Mat lyruuia aiicciaa.tl
in diounlig lij.linl the n iolt of tin
i'tuiin laoplT nr. i. net tli.-mm Ivn-a
lt.it tin- I evolution iik ni"t the llolelie
IM .na.i in not e uifinid tn krone-
.inlt, I'l-ii'iKi'i't und Moai ow alone. It
i lute) apie.id nil over l.naala. What w.
S:
vttnea.1 iialuy ii. only a iemury vn
, oi v if It. l"li non In the ri tit ir
lliuaalu. A the n-aiitl Hie Itolah-v 11 ,
.-Mine miiv luat u law montli longer.
... ........ i
en lie inn la win in iianii
j "The liii'-aun vnaklng rlaa ahiir.-
.he gratilmli- which all the P.uaaiali i
1 aople fell IohiiiiI tile -n'le mid III
"V eminent of the I'nlli-d Htatca for
heir l"ll' v n ml unaiiflah fi li-ndahlp
i owurd r.in-aia. Tin- Riihaun Ha.pl. will
' niai f.uifet the Aina-rkun litcompio
Hiring Hley lowai'd llolahevlam and I
ha- Ani'-il. ill i-ndeavor to ..feguurd
Ihe teillloMul Int.-Krllv . t..ala
is.ill.at the la.llcy of Uiameinl.-rmeiil
enaui'd iinf"! Iiin.il.-'y by aoine of Itua
i la a I'H iii. r ullli
. . .
in- aiu.eiii.il ov aniaiy ...rm-r.
lo....-. ihi lailuu that lh- Had.- tr.-atv
a.m-lu.l.d hy the Ik.lahi-Vlkl Wllh Jiiail
ISiltnltl la llol a Hade treaty at all. but
iiiuely u prot.ative move on Hie pui t
f Ihe Ik.lahevlkl and III., gov eminent
.f Ureal Ihlla.u wua piuM-d by Mr
mr.aimlllo.
lie ilii l.ii.il Mr. Iliaiver curraa t in
llilioUlirlng that th" rc-caluhlii-hmi tit
if normil trud.- inli-ri-ourae wllh Kua-1
it la liehuH.Ile mull Huaela la re-.- .
aMIMi.il u a pr. "lin ing country. Thla
lie inNalhlc, he aald until the
Itolah-vlat regime ta overthrown and;
lormal l.lltl.-al and e-onomc eondl -
tlona ure tatahlh In-d In Hunatu.
EN
WILL BE
EXCITEMENT
With a strong oil admixturt in th contenti of Cull No. 2, and
itimates of the pouible prottuctioa placed at from one hundred to
one thousand barrels per day, every promise of Wednesday in con
ncction with this well was sustained
It U conservatively estimated by authorities on the ground at
thai well ThuraiLiv. that tko nil atwul in I Via twll t r m lort Vi rj an.
proximately two hundred and fifty
caving next below the termination of the eightinch casing and
above the "py.H. Drilling was continued from early in the morning
.f i , .f it., t l i: ( .L. I i? j
barriers in the way of those who
well, the slush pit, or anything else
,UV0II TKIMIU.K 01' IIAItltlKON
ii tx amui. ii .i. it u i mi. m.
HON P.0AKU.
1
By AMnriaUd I'rra.
IIAl:i:iHti.V, Ark., Miinh :i C. A.
I'lu Ian. general mnnager and leia lvcr
of . Hie Mlaaourl A Not III
flimnai.
HA fiTRIKFRR ft!
Illllla U I IIIIIL.IIU I II
mm hid
IMLlStllLMI
liallnaid. late lialuy receivid a lel.,j,.,n , t0 ,,trrfw- with tlta preaent
gram fiom Y. J. Ihaiver, a.-. nliiiy of j"y". With hla caving aiupped, tha
the l iilt.-l Hiui. a IVi'd of Miallailim 'lned out. definite doUnnlnatiofl
and Coiielllailon. aniioam Ing that tluy ?. ,h" iitli of ha preaent
. . . Miy' may readily bn reached.- Hevaral
L. Trlml-I... mi.ym- if lla.riaon, hud ! Um,u llf ,,,MJ WH.' tranaferred fnti tha
toli'giaphed Heiiulor Itohluaon of Ar-' atntlon to the wnll yaaileruUy afternanit
k annua, iiNklng him to aerure aaaatnn thla will he ael In placa with great-1
iaf the no'lliillon lamrd In aeilllng tha huala coinailtla with aafely, ar-
aalatmg atrlkt.
Mr. Hoover aakt-d for a ta lenient
rif the iHewnt alnlu of the alrlklng
ml'loye.
Mr. I'ln Ian r plied Hint the men had
Hi ll their Joh with the rullnxid on
acciint of u Huge reduction nnl. ivd land numcroiia leaae and realty tranafer
I y the f.ilenil coin i ami have la-en jwere toaile. The aieculutlva Kplrlt waa
replai-eil hy tni-n who a it- aatlafM with ' cncouratiial ialh-r - than . dlarnuruged
the new wage acale. He nlao alated I thriHigh Ihe fai t Ikat every Indication
thut no nii tialli ii with the atrlkerajnf a r-al aliil.o of "iiay" Wcdneaday
or Miiyni' Ttiitil.le aie In piogrra.
That a iiiiihu nulling of the rlllxen
u 1 1 ie nilotia AiKanai-a i-ounUe
throikh whleh Ihe unuI Hta would
he held al MunlMi'ii Tiieaday. at which
a atalem for wilrolllug Ihe entire line
Would la- worked out, ..nil .ilao jinnoiinc
nl hy I'll. I. m. The ahi-illf of Itoone
i i.illity lute to 1. 1 leauial ii pi i luilinlli.il
eii'iam. ring f.irm.'ta and kind civnera
along tha llr.ei f.i make nireala m h i
lh. y found Dial railroad pioaty waa
In iliinger of vadallam. 111'HxI houtubi
are (ilo la-ing hi ought hare tn track
down my noiaon who ilainngi-a rallroud
pioM iiy.
faaaoitne Pi Ice Keilmed.
Hi Awofiaiw i tM.
li.VI.I.AK. Tekaa, M.mh :i. (l.ia.-line
waa ri-ihiicd fimn :i- ! lie at pi nr
IP ally nil lillloit fcU.lli ua lieie l ai.iy.
It M ii a.it..l tin. r.il i. tl.'ii waa ni
tiat.-.l I'V the fault 1!. fining toinlMliy
'of lloioti.n and w.ia met hy Hie Mag
i n. h i, II. n ul. a. Oil. iil.il and ntln r i nin-.
, Winl.-a w--ll.HK nt r.-l-lll lu re. -
I The in w pi a c appliea In thiuaton,
' ' Arilnil., Auatin. fort Woiih mi
iolli'i ili La in whi.h ihea.- iinii.iniea
n"-r.ne iiiiing ai-monn
- , . ... 4 .. ,
GOVERNMENT OPERATION OF ROADS
MAY FOLLOW UNLESS ECONOMICAL
METHODS ARE ADOPTED BY OWNERS
ll JOHN PAl.t.
Htilf Cm leaponili-nt.
WAHHINHTuN. I C. Match !4.
A H'lnti.'ii of tho trinapoi tation criali
, c. eniry 4a pnpiMaii . in.
j K, ,u"'' lH-t-t.,te Coniin.-r.-.- C"iimiltt.J
I v
of
I In- A'liei l .in National Aaaialutlon
IM lii'la of Cuilloiol Ni untie. Thi
i p'a'i ailvuiii-iil .a.a to tin- n.rillmitl.H-i
;(f ,.,.., ,, f . rtm(1
. u r hW,,, ,xnm.rUmn ,h,
, M. f ynlr tl(,(.HKr ,,,,-H'U,.,
i ,,,,,,. h.'iai etc '
j w-al ,',,, ,iri.w(,,n, f ,h,
j U)liip wi (M (h),
,,.,,,- ,-ll:il,nna. .halrnmii of U
j (...,a,,la. t. ... a., Id that It would hlln
; ,.,, aavlng umiiially of mlllloiia ol
ih U na, lower
iailr.N.,1 ralea und lut
ter ecrvli-c.
Mr. Wiirfiell I of the opinion that
Ann rh nn ttanaiMU tatlou ha optgrown
the aval. in uml-r w hh'h II op. rat.-a.
lie gave wurnioa Dial oulv hv- iliutlv
nn aaurea cun the rnllixinla hoiie to
a..ve ihemaoliiafiom awatlowaal
PREDICT WELL
BIG PRODUCER;
IS INTENSE
and strengthened Thursday.
feet, despite a troublesome "dry'
desired to visit and Inspect the
around the property. '
New KH"ea4 Stupidly
New (4 Ihe "My" apread wildly anil
I during the iluy hundred of people frmit
A mar II In, anhundle ami other and
tnore remote riuia gathered In have
i a lia.k nt Ihe altuutlon. Kaloa of h-aaea
were alrenglhenml with the paaalng of
' the hour, and numlx'i of hohb-ra de
i lined to name a prl"-e at wholh tey
would tranafer acreage, . ,
II. A. M.-int. priKluctlon chief for the
(lulf N'ople waa aa heretofig-a nonemit-
toll lii and dei'llned to giva anyon the
right In quote him. Whlla thla la taue,
,lt ""H v to ho aeen that ha fla
" h valua of lha find mad
In the well, lie apent tha day In an
, ra rviclng the work at tha well, and
; auw to it that no lime waa lout In Iran.
fel l ing Ihe aix-lnch Pipe fn'tn the rail-
.rood alutlun at I'anbandla lo the well.
1 ',"M, '"p 10 a,lI"
ai.rrieii.Mi
in rui .hi ma cmve-in, put
.i ... ...-u ... -
ciirilliig lo atatenient Jrlven out Thara
day evening. .
Ilopew Klrengthened
Panluinill. the county aut ef Cmraon
eminty, la Ing ci proximity to (ha
Well, waa fev.'ilah throughout tha day.
wua ain ncllienial rather than weaken
ed Thnrmlajy. tt.nn of Uie leuaoa and
'Mill, n a thrown huailly im tha market
Widnemhiy and not napied up, were
withdrawn Thinaday for a reodjuat
nient of eatlmatea.
The i-o.iniy a.-ul la alri'ady feeling lhi
effn-ia of the 'SaJI laaan" In tha per.
-epilhle atlffriilng of prlcea In certnla
coinimallilea and acrvlca. Tha demand
for tranaiaTiatlnti to CJulf No. J, and
nearhy territory was alrong. and but
for I he laninteoua aupply of privately
nwinal and tiaed vehlcl.-a, aceomin'Mht-
1 Hon ci. ul. not have heen fumlehed.
I'ai il.-a f nun a conalderaMe dlatance.
I lm hiding Wl. hliu , Kanaaa, Wk hllil
t'ulla, iiklahoina City, were a im wig
: tho.a making luv.-aliK.ill.nl and llHlll-
nea In Un- nfiiioMiii nnd evening )ea-
IitiI.jv In Pan h unite und driving out In
, thl, ,,,,,,,,!.
1 Nolwithaluiiillng Hie
d lata nea from
ihe fi 1.1, the al'iniiilutlng eff.a t on tho
An. in III. i teirltory waa moat pronounc
ed. Thu taire end of leaaeg nnd rnler
pi 'al', allowed to hang ' Indifferently
for want - of concern during tha puat
acvf ral month, were eagerly gat here.!
CUNTINlUD ON PAGE TWO
I
1 1 In lh" di nmruliuillon that gov er li
nen t oi atlon and poat war raadjuta
nt haa hi ought Uain tliem.
"I'nl.-aa Intenahe economical meth
yl in railroad adiulnlatraUon are ad
opted,' he nl. I. "there la no alternative
;ut a i'.-vci-ion to government opera
tion, followed by government owner,
hip, although the country haa given
neiwhi linlr.g evidence of being oppoa
il to 11."
The iropoanl advanced by tha aao
liition of eoourlly hodera la aupple
n.entnul tn provlalona of thx rallroml
nt iM-nulitlng regional conaolidatlon
i ph all at iroH-rtlea by the Interatala
V'ouimi ne Cominlaalon. "Certain run-
liitiiil.Mi i f rallnda aro nnniry,"
! r. xvarn.in aay a, nux an mergency
nuw exial untl me punnc la eniiue.)
to more Immediate and auliatantlul ban.
eflta than ran be derived from tha great
hvwienl conaolldatlona of railroad pro
pel tit a."
The pi-i.p.wd roonlinatln would ha
! fttXTI.NTKn ON VAT'tWO

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