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VOL XIII. No. 208. AsocUted Preu Service. Leaded Wire Reports.
AMARILLO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1922 26 PACES IN FIVE PARTS
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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11 INJURED
WEI I(ATY
TRAIN HITS
AUTOMOBILE
By Aiaec lata! Pre
(KKKNYIIJ.F., .Kepi. I One
wenian and two rlilldrm Kim arrl
oualy Injured and eight oilier In.
Jurrd when lhe Tnu Kperlal of IIm
MUMurl. K ui mm a Tmii lUUroad
atruck the automobile In which I lie
eleven pero.ia were riding. Tliry
Were wi llwlr way Iruiii Floyd,
Texas, (a B picnic her,
The eeriiMiely Injured uie Mr. Kliira
Turner, 4b, driver or the car; Kilt
Arey. 14. aitit tllady Turner, 7. It la
IIioukIiI tliut tliwtr Injurlra might rovo
fatal.
Tli other i'luMnn Injured art Audi
Arty, i; lUrold Turni-r. I; Ul rhlpie,
II; Marie l'hliM, i;; Robert Arey. 14,
and John Arey, 7. The extent of their
Injuries) la yet undetermined, hut It la
thought auma of then, might ha aerl
bualy injured.
Thuee injured alightly ar Veda Ikirla
Turner. (, and Loreta Turner, 14.
All of the member of the iwrty llva
at Floyd, eeven nilUa weal.
The train waa runnlnic two hours lata
Two Mdlrra anal Woman KUM.
By Aaierialed Fm
, BELLE VI LLR. 111., Kept. -Two sol
diets and a woman war killed here lata
thla afternoon In a head-on collision
tttwtan a street rar and an autonuiltlla
III which they were returning to Hentt
field, the army flying field, eouth of thla
city. Th dead are: Mr. Leah Hlinu
aott of Kaat HI. Lnula. III., and I'rlvutei
fleorge Oerllng and Oeicge. Field I
both or tha 14th Aero ftquwiron or n
,r. H. Army at Hcotl field. f
, Julin alarr. another prlvuto of tha
J Squadron,' who wua driving Ihima
ria
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NEW OSL WELL
Oil WEATIIERLY
PLAGE TO DRILL
SILK IS DISMANTELINO RIO
PREPARATORY TO MAR
INO PUMP TEST
Another oil Wi-ll li atl.m la xe-ted
to la made prahatily next week at aoma
)nlnt on the Wftathrrly Irai't whlrh ad
jolna Ilia Lurk Hurnett ranrh. Hllll an.
other location Ik ruinnrpd. hut no par
tirulam aa to thla btat have haan niada
uhllr.
lulf M'ynn. nrar ranhundlo, hua
J.tto fet of aalt wiitrr at a depth of
3. ITS fact. It In undei aloud thut drlllfra
t'ava bran ordered to put down & Inch
raatnr and g on down.
Tex u enroll nterrd niora gaa, hut ron
linnea drilling. .Miuitarann Nn. S and
Klvlna No. I ar drilling.
R.Ik la dlainantllng Ita rig over a com.
pleted hole. Tuning la on the ground
In maka a pump teat.
SEVEN ARRAIGIiED
AT ABILENE UPON
LIQUOR CHARGES
e aawMaw
PIONEER DEFENDANTS TO
EXAMINING TRIAL BE.
FORE COMMISSIONER
Br Aatarlate Fraa)
ABILI'NK. Hept. fV-vim of tha
prtanna arreateil in tha Ihiunr raiila at
l,nneer were hrougtit to Alilli-ne to
light and arraigned hrora t'nltad
tttatra Cninmlaaliiiier W. 1. (Ilraud.
linnda were net at auma ranging from
1'iiO to ll.'ioo. All of tha men waived
lamlnlng trial.
Navrral thouuind gallona of whlkr.
I rindy. gin. Iirer, irn whlnkry and
iher liiiuora war aelaed hy tha fifteen
federal prohibition agenta. Heveral
IhoUKand gallona of muah waa alno cap-
lured Along with JSO cwaea of beer
A large hrewery, dlatllery and iKher
inaterlala uaed In the niamilarturti of
I quora wera deatroyed.
HARD COAL DIGGERS
REQUIRE AGREEMENT
WfLKIUI BAUHK. !.. Kept, t The
anthraclt waga agrwment pending tha
lidnera lia k to work at wire after mora
than ftvr montha Wlene, required
by tha trldlatrkt conventhm of lha
Iwrd coal d ggn a tonight.
t'nder tha agreement ISS.OOB men
w kirn rnurn u wia-k at the rit
wugea they recaived when lliey ana.
I nihil mining larh It. The n'W
rontra1 will I In ,"r' """ Anguat
SI. next, when a new agrwmant la to
ba negotiated "in lha light" of a ra.
IHirt to be inuda hy a coninilaaion w hich
birth a ilea rccianmended to la i-atej
by nungreaa 10 Inventlgite every phaao
vt tba BBtbracltB laduatry.
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Ira. Warrrn O. Harding, wlfa of
l ho prealdint, whi hua ln-4-n aorloualy
III.
MRS. HARDING'S
CONDITION YEf
CniTtCAL
aaMHBanaa
MORE HOPEFUL FEEUNO
NOTICED BY THOSE IN
' ATTENDANCE
By AMMtlaUd I'rrM
WASIIIMiTtlN. Hepl. . TIh5
altnulion al lha While lloiiae at
J:JJ o'rlork llila morning mnalned
linrliangrd ainre alalamanla wera
liilormaily made by offlclala who
railed around midnight. Mra.
Harding waa uiajanilaod lo be In
BbiiMl tla) aaine rondllion aa de
acrlbed In official bulletin aaued
laal evenng. Tha watch al Ilia bed
aide continued, bn no aialement
on Ilia ailuallon waa laaurd.
By AaMtiateil Pina
WAKHINlTt.V. Hept. .-Tha con
dition of Mra. Harding at II o'clock
tonight waa auld hy Heiretary Chrla
tlun to la about the aame aa when tha
official bulletin waa lamied earlier In
the evening.
'The moKl encouraging thing." hr
declared, "la that Mra. Hartling la no
worae."
I'halnnan Ijinkcr of tha Shipping
Itird waa a late caller at lha White
Ituuae and aald Lr. Uaaga T. Hard
ing, the pirnldi-tit'a brother, ami ona
of the ctmaiiltliig phyalclaua, had tokl
him he waa "not without hoie" for
the recovery of Mra. Iluidlng.
The While llouoe griiundu were de-
'I'ted tonight, rai-ept for the tlelalla
of police who kept 1 1 II lei vigil, while
the exiNiitlve mannon llaetf waa
ahrotidi-d In duikm-ea except fur a
dim glow from the front entrance und
a aiilKiiicd light which rama from
the a'.-k room.
lrra,d-nt Hunliug, phyalrluna and
nuraca remained ah.ne at tha bedakle.
while Hecreiary fhrlatltin waa chwa at
hand In an adjoining rouu.
I'reaident Hurdlng waa atlll al tha
bedaide. He had Iwn greatly cheered,
II wua ilnlarvd. by the vialt to tha
White Houae during the day of former
Hrealdent and Mra. Wllaon. They had
been "imail grarliNia" and the preal
dnt waa deeply aireckitlve of their
wnrda. It waa aikled.
Among the lute ciillera tonight at
the caecntlve mannlon were HenatV
and Mra. New of Indiana.
By Aworiattd fnu
WAHIII.VtlTt. 8pt. The con
ditlon of Mm. Il.inliiia waa declared
to Im atlll critical" in a bulletin
bhumI by lrUt:nll-r net;il f. K.
Biiwyer, the family phyalclan al
o'clock tonight.
Tne ornciui ai.iiPinent whkh waa
II mi 7:3u o'clock gave the tlciit'(
condition aa follnv.i:
JTcmiieratiiie M7.J; respiration It;
IHilao 117. Kxcretion by kldneya
Bianewhal liicn-a!. Ijilxatnry find
ing Indicate ea a.ilo-inloxlcatlon.
Ian In uNlmicn illmlnlohed. fat tent hua
been al le to lake and retun pome
noorrhineiit. t'lmdit'on "till critical."
r. 1 1. T. lUntng Jr.. I'reaident
lldidliig'a hrmhrr, Joined the tnrdicnl
rmincll 8atuid.iv mrnin." tha atate
ment continued "ir. Chat Ira Mayo,
who hua been i-alM to confer on eur
glca! aapecta of the caae, will arrive
tCONTIXVEU ON PAOB IKRTT)
OLD SCHOOL
BELL TO RING
t A!LL0
TOMORROW
Tha Amarlllo pulillr at houla will cien
:toinLiy at I a. in., and every hoy anil
alii of ai-okiNtlo agen In thla dlatrlct la
nakad lo enroll In the city ai hoola on
the Very flrat diiy of IicmI. The a'hMla
are hetter eiuliped to Uike rare of tha
puplla t tiu n aver before In tha hiatory
ol Amarlllo In lte of the fact that the
new high a'hiHl building will not ha
imilete4 lietia-o Iletvinker I. and wilt
not he rauily for uaa lHore Janiiry 1.
The ni-w liulldinga In Han Jai'lnto
llelghta und In Kurt Ward huve Iwen
rompleted and are ready for uh Mon
'lay. It la aliaoliitfly necewutry to havw
Mima puplla on half day aeaalona, hut
no eat atatement can lie uuiUh until
the puplla i Uumlfy Monday.
Ai-corillng to tha pinna worked out by
the prlni'limla In aeverul nieetinga with
tha aiiperlnlemleni thla at week, all
liupiU ran tie cLmalfleil MiNiday In all
tha arhoola axl'l the high ai hiail and
It will Ink a tUI Tueaduy mm to flnlah
tha high ai-hool fUoonfli-allon. It la the
plan to lamia aaMigiiinenta to tha puplla
ib they oluaalfy by (Hinted announce
mania, and to hava good work hy Tuea
duy afterniHin, and excellent work
Wedneailiiy.
I look rovera will Im laaued at tha va
rloua achoola Monday tree of charga to
all puplla wtio want them. I'uplla tnuat
tiava all atate hmued hooka covered by
Wednesday. Thirteen hundred tlrkata
i-SJUng for book aalulieda will ha laauad
to, puplla who want thrm. Thera ara
only 1.100 of then bonk autrhela to ba
ran away and all puplla who ara In
ttrerted Would do well to auk for tha
fiird Monday.
IMAKH.Ii) TKACIIKKH 1101.11
HKHT MKKTIM2 HATI UDAY
Venl heriTof "the Anuirlllo IndepeniT
ent School PlKtrkt hud their f.rat meet
lig Hulitriluy. The meeting Whp' called
lo order piMintly at a. in. by Hnpef
ihtendent W. A. Mclnlimh. The aul-Ject
or the atierlntcndent'a reiimrka waa
the plan or orgiinlxatlon fa tha year,
and aoma of tha rulea and reariiUtiona
umivrnlng the work were dlacuaaeiL
Tha method of making repnrta to tha
prlndpala every three weeka wna ex
plulned, d.aciiaacd, and analysed.
.Iidin A. Travia, a member of tha
aihool lHrd. vlaited thlu nieetlug and
waa culled uiam for a few word. Mr.
Travia told of hi aim to he of eonie
eervlre to tha lieojile of the district thla
year, and hoped to be ablo to vlalt
very teacher room at lea at once and
ret acquainted wth all the teuchcre. Mr.
Travia expreaaed tha hope that all tha
new teacher might learn tn Ilka Ama
rillnatid her people. Mr. Travia' remarka
found great favor with tha teachers,
ua It waa tha fit at lime In ycara that
i achool hoard member haa attended a
teacher' meeting In Amnrllln.
('. M. Hotter , the high achool prlneb
il. made a ahort talk In which ha
tated that ha hoped tn know all tha
CONTINUED ON PAOK THHEK
ALLEGE SLATON
WOMAN JUMPED
OFF FAST TRAIN
MRS. BESSIE EVANS IN H08-
PITAL WITH FRACTURED
SKULL
By ApMtlalei Fma
TEMVLK. Hcpt. . A woman Men.
titled a Mra. Ueaale Kvana. about 7X
year old, of 8Uln. la in a lotwl hoe
pltal aufferlng from a fractured pkull
and other Injurh iwetved when aha
It. aald to have leapi-d from a weathound
Banta Ke paHengrr train near Cold
thwalte laat night.
Tha woman threw her luggage from
the rapidly moving train and leaped
through a window, according to tha re
port here, hhe boarded the train at
Ik Itnn yeoteriluy afternoon and waa en
mute to Lubbock. Her huulwnd la aaid
to ba an employe of the Hnta Va at
Blaton.
I'hvilclana aay aha haa a chance for
reii-ery.
GERMAN STEAMER
SUNK NEAR SPAIN
By AwerlaUd Frit
UMmN. Hi-pt. The r.ermnn
et earner Hammonkt ha aunk about 10
rotten off Vign. Hpain. according to a
l.lcyd'a meaeage received.. It la believed
I hot he iNteeengeia b-iva lecn auved.
The llanimonlu, owned by the ll-im-liurg-Amrrlcan
Hteaiimhlp l'i.mny,
ai.d ngiiitered 7.17 Ion, left I'lymouth
Bt-iHemlier I, hound fiar Mexb-an p a-ta
with I paaeengera aboard.
Ima meeaaga from tha ateamer aald
phe waa linking In Utlude 41 degree,
ta mlnutea aonh, banglluda lu drgreB,
tC minutaa waaL
$2,000,000 Load
The Hon. John Jmnb Aator, Jr., four-year-old eon of Vlacoutileaa Aator,
M. I'., recclvea 2.ouo,ouo aa hla ahure In the trum fund left by hla grand
father. Uut what a thut when a fellow hua a l turtle In rlda In the garden
of hla Iwlllnh home?
1 0-r.lltE AREA
IS BURNED BY
PRAIRIE BLAZE
. ...... . .. .--.-
100 MEN FIOHT FLAMES FOR
SEVERAL HOURS NEAR
LITTLEFIELD
Bperltl toTheNtwa " t
MTTLKFIKLH. Texaa. Sept. I.
While huimng fire gunrdi Thurwlay on
the. north alila of the railway In tha
H mile immure, the aoilon gang lirat
control, the rcault tielng na of tha
worat praiile fire In thla aetlliai In 1
kmg lime. Thera wna a atrong aouth
w.inl which (apiilty non-ad lha flra
mil ih. It hunted from tha awitrh lain
forth to tha Hprtile Itanch headquarter.
a dlntaiice of bImiuI in milra. coming up
to the mice on moth aide of the houae.
At haul ItH) men fought the flamea for
eveml houra The loaa of the gran
waa very arrloua at thla aeueon of tha
year. Tha flra did not get mil of the
Hde pasture, which belonga lo W. L.
Kllwooil.
GOVERNOR ORDERS
INlMTIRATinf m
IlllhVIIWIIIIWIl w B I
CALIFORNIA M I N E
8TEPHENS APPOINTS BOARD
OF CONTROL MAN AS
CHAIRMAN
By AaaoriaUd I'na
JAt'KHoV. Mlf . Sept. I An Inveati
gallon of condltliMi In the Argonaut
mine dialer where 47 miner hava
been entombed alnce Augimt 37 waa or
dered hy dirt rriior Will am I. Htephen,
It wna annoumed tonight. I'latenc K.
Jurvlu. nirinlier of the tnle tHwrd of
control, will ciHiducl the lnvmtlantl,n.
Jarvi nia furmety wiwor of Ama
dor ciainty In which the Araiaiaut mine
I altuutrd. and I aaid to ! f un liar
with mine condition, lie will arrive
here tomorrow.
When the o'clmk hift came tail of
the Kennedy mine Imtiy. wheie Iwn ef
forta were heir.- made to diive throiiali
lo Ihe Argnuut mine. It wa tate I hit
nine feet hod been gamed on the 1 U'i
root level, and 12 fre on the J iM) r.id
level.
Thla leave ri IcH or muck to ha
cleared nut or the J.MO foot level. .,.
TS reel or rm k to lie drilled and M;ite,l
out tin the S.OiHI ft level there re.
iiiaina 71 fear of muck. I'lu 14:' fe.-t i f
rm k.
STATE WILL OPPOSE
JUNKING OF RAILROAD
By AMrate4 Fr
AI'STIN". Hepl. .Appeal tha
I'nlted H:t Hupreme I'ourt in the
F-al Texa Ri.lma.t cum- by the Mute
wa filed in the frdiTu) court here to
day. . A decmiiin handed down letentlv
bvJudre lncal Vrl of Hin Antonio
granted the line permtiialnn to discon
tinue eerrico and diamantb Ita track.
Ihe tine extend from Lufkln to Kin
nard. Tha appeal waa filed on behalf
ff tb "' tlrod (Vimiill.. . . ,
MARKING TIME .
FEATURES DAY
IN RAIL STRIKE
BILL FILED TO DISMISS IN
JUNCTION IS ONLY DE
' VELOPMENT
rilirAflO. Hi-id. . Alde from a
mot Inn atking that the tall for an
Injunction filed by tha government
aguliiNt the atrlklng railway ahopmen
of the rmintry lie dmlaed on tha
ground that It la Illegal and baaed
on 'mlarepreaentatlon and aupprenalon
of fucta" which wa riled In federal
court on In-half of. the union, loth
atrlke leader and railway rhlefa
marked lime today while waiting to
ace what dnvelopmenla next week
would lirng torth.
At the aame lime that lha bat tla
again! the Injunction waa begun, a
carload of evidence, guarded by thirty
five agenta of the Department of
Juatlce, arrived from Wauhlngton to
be uaed hy the govtrnment When tha
hearing to have the temporary In
junction made iiermanent cmnea up
before Federal Judge Jumea Wllker
eon Monday morning.
A atatement waa laued by lha Aaao.
elation of lUllway Kxecutlvea aaert
Ing that there hud lieen a ateady n-
rriae In the numlwr of men emidoy
ed in the ahoiai and that a large
volume of tailnea waa being moved.
The volume of freight now being
tnnve ,y the rallwnya of lha I'nlted
Hlute I upprnximately aa large aa In
the name uit the year IKf, when
It wa the laigiat In Ihe hlnlory of the
country," the alutement auld,
In coniiecllim with Ihe arrival of
evld-nce to be II mil at the Injunction
hearing Mnnduy, Kiileral agenta aald
that an effort will be made to prove
tha rx Interne nf a nation wide railroad
nhortage plot and It wa Indicated
that whnlemle Indictment would lie
ught uvaitiRt thiine held deHinlbla
by the government.
The rnrliaul of e lilcnii- hrnught to
riilKKo wn wild in lont.iln thnunamla
i t ti'lcKTum. letter, photoaraph. Mua
iniol and bonk, togetlier With tran
wrlpt of atuteinetit or 17 00 peraona
who have Iwen Inliri'iK alrd by federal
uiitlii.i ill,-.
The data wa nid by high rvarn
ment otriiinlii tn r.-viiil pint for Ihe
wrecking of tu.Uav eulpiiient, thu di
iibllng of toromotiwii. the miming of
Men k. the burning ir bmlKm and the
olvliuctkn of the mnil.
DOZEN ARE INJURED
AT DALLAS TERMINAL
MALI. AM, Hipt. 9 Mme than a
doten jH-renii were Injured, three aerl
oueiv, here Inuifcht in to Haiti WTci ki
In Ihe union tcimlnul wlihlng yurd.
The fuel incurred when Ihe Huntil K
luie narr rngine No. '.'.' Jumped the
truck and toptUil over on It lde, and
the M-cond i f w minute later when B
Texu 4 !" ific er.auie crauhe,! Into tha
I. ji el d nf a bnk'K'ige car.
Tlinee wi li.imlv Injured are: Talker
Kmith. Simla le fiieman. I". . l-e jh,
pr.ni..n. and Will Mm-aan. negro
i,ii.-r fr ihe llnu.ton Texua fen
1 1 .i I r-wil
I o.ly mlnoi Ipjurlea t ut t.ned
by the othcra.
The Hunt I'e train wn rounding B
i urve when It n-fl the truck and turned
MMMl
ISAM
HY AXMK'IATKI) I'UKHM
Dallas, Sept. t-A gUte-wide conference to unite anti-Ka
Klux Klan men on candidate to run f eiiut Earle B. Meyf ielo the
regular Democratic nominee for Unite States senator, was pray
poBcd m a call ktued tonight by Judge Barry Miller, Henry D.
Lindaley, both of Dallas, the latter
American Legion, and other prominent Democrats for meeting here
next Saturday.
TIim rail read: I
"TO Till: UKMlk'nATIC VoTUnfl OF
TKA AH:
'"Ve feid thai a conjuncture hua been
reached in Ihe hlMliay of our atate and
party thut call for Inflexllile deter
m!nalion and action. The Hei'laratlon
f Independeni-e declarea that all men
ara crcaieil eqiul; that they ara en
dowed by their creator with certain In
tllcnahli. right; that among theaa are
lire, lllierly and iMppineaa, and to eecure
Iheaa end government la liiatituted
among men, deriving all ita Juat power
from tha conaeut of lha governed.
"our rlral conatltution aeeka to
afeguurd thine right and pro v Idea,
among other thing, that no rellgioua
tee! ahull ever lie preaorlbed In thla
country; that no man ahull be deprived
nf life. Ilherly or projierty except by
due courae of the law of lha luud; that
every accuaed peraon aha II lie entitled
tn a fair and puMlfl trial In open court
hy an Impartial Jury, aha II ba confront
d with the wltnemwe agnlnat him. and
hall not ba tried except uimn an In
dlctmeiil or complaint and thut the
right of trial hy Jury ahull renmln In
violate.
"Our nwn alute ronalltulhin provlih-.
among other thing, again! any rellg
ton lent In thla atate, and for freedom
of apeerh and of the preaa. That con
at Hut Ion declarea that tha aacred righla
i f mtoii and proiierty ahall not imlv
remain In vuiluln. iiut ahall fiarevrr be
X-ept.-d put of Ihe general iwera V'
government.
For Rill ef Klglila.
"Ftian tha foundat.on of tha Llamo-
eratlc party until now. it hua aloud f"
lha prewervatlon of the bill of righla and
tha aacred principle of riaiMltullonal
government and free hint Hut Ion. Kroin
time to lima It hn reieuledly declared
that theae principle munt and ahall ba
prruerved. l-om the creation of our
lairty down to Ihe prcm-nt lime It haa
iM-en Ihe declared pilllMwe of Ihe irty.
aa reM-atedly re.leraled In ita nalliauil
plnlfiirma. that the righla and pi I v liege
or naturallxed clllxni ahall lia pre
served and repectd with Ihe aame de
gree of Impartwllty aa la ehown toward
our natural latrn rillarna.
"tiur federal and elate government
and the tenvnta of the iMmiiM-ratlc party
real upon Ihe hnaid, natural and
rational ll that no fuviKltlmn la
ahown ami that nur law ahull Iw equal
and fair towarda all our cltlvena. with
out regard In race, rank fia-tune or
birthplai-e. If nur government la to be
preserved It la alauilutely neceaaary thai
patriotic rlllaena ahall aea lo It that
theaa principle are faithfully upheld
and enfia-ced throughout thla repuld.c.
"It la alan true that every polltkwl
narty. a.nce Ihe foundation of ih eov. I
ernnienl In Ita platfirma. with tha ax
ceHlon iT tho Know-nothing arty and
the preaent Ku Klux Klun, baa an
nunnced Ita allegiance to Iheae aaired
piluclplea of free government.
Mual Flara laaua,
"We are fair lo fai with the direct
and Immediate liuiiie in Texna Imtay aa !
to whether theae principle phall be pre
ataved and aa lo whether or not tha
Ivniia-ratic rtv uliill lie NTn-lualed
or deatroyed. We art. apiHmed lo lha
doiuiiiatli n of our larly by a arcral h
t.lk'al lurly. ciutlng within air alin
aiy and lonventiuti The Ku Klux
Klan i a Milltc ntrly. ahiw nwln
iit.l-1 ll' e la to pelxe Ihe relna of gi'
eminent, natlonul, Plata, county and
city. It follower vole In Build phililK
fur KUnmnen only.
"Tiny fUHc to luke Ihe lMm'tat:c j
iwriy or ini iiieiipnij m ini pihiv iomi
their confidence. They meet lieh.lid
i Ip.i1 duiii and inn d.y pecret ne thiHl
for caiiyliig o-.it their mIiIihiI pr.arran
In Pplteof Ihe fHi t Ihnl the Ik-inn I I'lc
(uirty h-i rniiilly duluud tluit a
e.-rrt ilitl ul im't lo a fi--c countiy
i d.niKi'ioii tit the lr i.i lie ,,f the l"
I'le. After nominal. tig und eml'iaing
:hctc can ciundiilitea f'T each ctrue
thiy then piixecd to run them ill I lie
Iviihn rntic pili.uiry. I., oidir tu b
taln n'c n.1 if the m.i. hiii.ty of our
lriy tln-v Mttrnd the i re, Ititt and
ixiuntr iimveiitinn' fr tli" purHm of
peeing lii li, wlu-revir ttuy cm i-oiitrnl,
lli.it mini, but Kianxno-il plmll be e
I. i t i-d aa di ti g tie l our atate conven
tion "Thev have liM"-nlel to the ructul
prejudice or Dantilea ag.ilnM Jew and
Ihe rehgiou .rejudp'ca of IVolealanta
againat Cutholii and all foreign ln
rltifeii. They have aown thla Mata
down aith amninaitiea. hatred and en
mil lea Thi'y have turned. neisilr
hgamat lichtior. rltiaen galnt cpiten
father aaui'Kt ami. and m aailnat
rather, and wife aipunat huatw'id. I4ig
imi.l:rg tic nf f i .ennliip nml fijter
ml gieid fellowahlp hava lieen le-oki 1
and entirely diw upted.
Hccrecy I olio wed.
"They hat refuaed to diaevaa public
QUE IM
first national conunander of thr
riARiou stu;:;:eo
ovERGo;:oiT(o;i
OF SJIARDI.IG
CHURCHES WILL 0FFS1
PRAYER TODAY FOR ES2
RECOVERY
r Aatoetatea' FrM
MAUION. Ohio, .Bpt. .-Uarlon IB
tunned tonight Nmy of the critical .
condition of Mra. Hording at tha White
tlouaa carno aa a' rh m k ,to man. woman
and children of her home city, for lira.
Harding IB undoubtedly the moat popu
lar woman that Murton ha tver known, .
Kverytaaly here apimra to be bar friend
and alurere grief over her kllneaa la ax
praaaad. u al laid,- Kvacywhara aaaat
hrartrelt ayrrrpalhy wu voload for Pre.
Went llmdln. -
TiMoot row In lha chiin hea of lha Hty
prayera will lie aaid for Mra." Harding's
recovery, all ' lha mln ttcra In Marlon
today Indicated that thla would ba dona.
All day today npapef offlcee wars
meaelged by thnuaand of Iflqdlrlea for
Infotmntkm iimcernlug' bar condition.
At I'reaident Hiudlog'a. nuwtpaper of ,
f.ce bullelina were given out regarding
Mia. Harding' condition aa fa at aa thay
arrived. Hne r tbeoi rama direct
from the White JI.Hie, AH day and up
lo bite tonight crowds aloud about the
bulletin bourd.
' IJgnMe Kale iledacaai
Br AapptlaUd ftmm
ArtfTIN. Hept I. lUduction of ap
proximately ten iter cant in Intraatala
frvlght ratea on lignite waa ordared to
lay by Iba Htate Itailrvad Coanmiaalon.
The redui tkm placaa rate on thla prod
ret at a level with recant Intenuata ra
duclliaia. The new ralea range front II
centa er ton for five miles to 11.41 par
ton for over 700 mllea.
large
tha Lon Wolf was tha
greatett crarktmaa le tha
world tha miller criminal
who acarned an ;eompllea:
tha brilliant malefaitor wh
outwitted th pjltc at Europe
and Anierlca.
Suddenly be changed hla
role. Hla thrilling adventures
a ta fought to rtgain pote
alon of tha Jewel tiaiaa from
tha wonrua ha lovd ira laid w
MALLS THE LONE
WOLF
by Araerka'a treat raanaarar
LOUIS JOSEPH
VANCE
The tret tatlalhnrie) al tals
Brrl apftrar la
The Daily Newt Tuei
day, September 12.
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