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j , VOL XIII. No. 225. Ataociated Prei. Service. Leased Wirt Report. AMARILLO, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1922 -10 PACES IN TWO PARTS PRICE FIVE CENTS A LlUVJ rm 0)17 ru ( Ml uu u 1 a i I STILir,1fltJ IS ? GUY'SFATHEf! JUDGE SAVS It RULING lir AaaarlaUd rm fAltMKI X. Y.. Hrpl. ?.-.ta inca A. Hlllman, mtiltl mlllmnit,lro lainker of New York, today had hid flchf In di vorce Mr. Ann I. Hllllinan ami dis own II by (iuv Ktllltnnn and was him self found guilty of lhr rim re he mailc against his wife the luirriitugc of an Illegitimate child. Mr. Ktllltnan. It was Indicated tonight, ha a not given up the fight. Ilia lawyer would nut any whether they would sp Kill from the finding of I he referee should thesn he upheld by a aupreme court Justice, but I hey were reported to have niad mnv Which e.-cmlngly make clear that they have not conced ed defeat. II announced by John K. Mark. guaWlan ad litem for (luy Hlillman thnt at rwighkeeia a week from tomorrow lie would ftak Juatlce Morschnusrn to confirm referee Glcaaon'a findings. Aa e"n na thla announcement waa given out It waa learned that the pUilnllff will geek to have the matter pliired le fore supreme qourt Justice Tompkins Inatead of Juettce Morschuuser on the mime date. Moat of the open court hearings In 'he caae have In the at licen In the hand of J untie Mnrachntiacr. He waa the one who granted Mra. Htlllmnn alimony of o,oIO a year and It wsa Juatlee Morschauscr who granted over proteat the shifting of the trlnl to Mon treal laat aprlna-. There Mra. Hlillman presented aome of her moat damaging rvldenre. The reiMirt of the caae. filed here thla Morning hy Daniel J. fllesson. the rcf. ree. gave to Mra. Htlllman a complete Victory in her defenae of her own honor and lite giaal name of Ouy. her 3-year. Id Htia waalw vMotioua In the counter a l lark ahe Waged against Mr. Hlillman. The referee upheld her areu atlon that the Unkrr had lived with a firmer nro-idway ahow girl. Florence If. Ieda. In the manner of husband and wife and that he had acknowledged him self the futher of two children horn to Mra. Leeds. Mr. fllenwin ruled that Mr. Hlillman had not proved hla allegation that Mra. Hlillman had violated her marriage vowa In her conduct with Fred lieauvala. half la-e.il Indian guide formerly employed hy the Htlllmaua al IhVlr aummer ramp In Punada. Ho alao found Our Stlltman to lie the legitimate eon of Mr. and Mra. Hlillman. The hanker In impugning the legitimacy of little fluy In November. Il. had charged that lUnuvala waa the baliy a fut her. Aa a n-atilt of lodsy'a victory, fiuv H'llltnan retnina ht right to share with hla two older brolhera and hla alatrr In the K.ooo.ono truat fund established for them hy their grandfather, the laH Jamea Hliirittan. and In a settleim-m l:7.loo.lno fund to he distributed when Jamea A. Hlillman die. The referee not only found Ouy Kill). iait not to 1 the eon of llrauvxla. but said he did not dlarover either aufflclent of aulaitantial proof on which to laae any finding of adultery (n the part of Mm. Htlllinan. Mr. Htlllman failed to ovcntatic thr prrmiinptM.ii .,f legitimacy of ,n(1 strongest known to the law. the report M. The evidence prcacnted bv the I'lalnllff to ahow there had been no con Jugul rrU.tb.na between hlmaetf and Mra. Htlllman in the year a preceding Jluy a birth waa held by the referee to be unconvincing and unaallsfn. tory. Mr. Htillman'a own tniaconduct waa In self aufflclent to prelude hia obtain ing a divorce, the reimrt Indicated. Mra. Htlllman did not aak fiar a divorce. I clearly appeared without contra A ct ion. Mr. (ileaaon found, that elnee nwst aa early aa 1i and ever alnce. even while the divorce trial waa In Progreaa. the plaintiff "has been Inti mate with a woman not hla wife, known aa Florence II. I-rdn." ' It clearly appear.." said the report. triat Mr. Httllnun .-.- - . O'alnlalned her aa hla wife, that during thai lierlod ahe haa given birth to two rniWren who have lan rrconli.-d by Mm aa hla children: that he haa auppll.-d her with mot.a- rare and jewelry, aupcr Jlaed her hank account and haa borne the eame relatione with her aa a n.., (rdliiaiily doe to hia own wife - WAGER Oil "DEAD" HORSE AIIO Will 9f Aaanlatea rxaa NKW YORK. Kept. :-IU.-e g.xra I Aqueduct track today literally Wngered (4i a ' dead one." Uwwito. a two year old filly owned by Juniea It. Kn.lth of Ollf.anla. ran away while g.atig to the Urrirr In the firat race and waa lin tailed on a picket while attempt. ng to ladt thnaigh a fen., dying within a few mlnutea. Jn-kry brie Hamte earaprd unh irt. The horae waa aald to have been heally larked and left the Um a two to one favorite fur the race, a aix furbing daah. The Jockev flub took no off If la 1 reiinlti.in of the accident I Hit wagara were held binding under la ruling that a hurwe la considered to have ofCcuUVy aurted la aa event after the jockey bM wi-tMd m, Train Crew in 1 ' i y When thia Gfl-ton frdKhl englno Mow near Crewe, Kiml.iiid. the engineer and firemen, Ita only occupant eaeaped with a alight ahaklng. 2 T1EU BADLY BUnHED Vi.lEU OIL UELL FIRES; 0I1E JUHPS K1T0 PIT OF BOILKiG ViATER Jumping Into u tank of hot water uft.-r an cvpliwlun at Maaterm No 1 well la-nlmldy aave. the life of I.. U. Sweeney Into yeaterday afternoon. IVr ry Atidreea thuuahlfuln.-aa in t.-aiing away hi i luthlng when hia caught fire I lie to the aame exdiMiim pnilaiMy rll ti t tit from being buure.1 alive. The ctpkMlnn li.iix iii-d uImm.: 4 ba k it the gitMT. Hweenev'a plunge Into the In nk of alr.xliiig wnlcr aculded him, it l uiil he la a.it'erlng aa mucti tioin ;l. acaldlng aa from the b.una. ndce, iu me4 mf( bla eittiH. w.i burned nmi dhout t V. Ii-nd. a.'i ilddera and b.' lurt if ilr ImmIv. Ijtte yertcrdiiy nfterniHMin he refuaod to la- i li HKlriiu tu rellevv th p.i.n. hn.'iicv waa limned f i hi head to ft ltd had not bt jitmix ! Into the iiih It la bellt-Vcd I, at be wit U I UO'e I een i requited. No h-tulla nf the cxpl.wMin had iM-en received here late Uim mglil "nl it U Mid that the earner un tin', und f con trol tuber in. ti at tb- w.-'l . r 1 1 tint ccm I'liinlty Hl.-d ili'ivi' ninl. id iiv niid CONVICTIONS CERTAIN III I.1IIIE WAR GASES PROSECUTOR CLAIMS y Aaanriatrd Fmai MAItln.V. III. Kept. : The atale lll liola la preeired t' go to Ir al next a-eik In the cawa of the TI men indii-t- d In ..mn.ctliMi with I lie I'errln nl" 'tlllinsa lut iNloa Huly, at;iti-a' ittnrney of llluniM-n t'ounly, di Ur h tonight. Tin. IrtuU Mr at! to lieuin N'ovein. her II by Judge l. T. Halt a ell of Wit liamaon t'liunly circuit court tixlny af ter att.N iirya fH the d"f nae aaked Ih.t they be NaiNMiel unt.l iictl Jaiiiuirv. Htatea' Attitnev Duty aald the iiroa.- rutliai wna confident of ohtalnlng ci.n li t una with the large amount of ev b-m-e It had mllcrtcd and fa" that r-a- in waa ready t in n the trlxla aa aoon aa Milile. Juilg-4 HiltWell M'let'd NovemlH-r 13 ua a .ntiipiii'ine ln-twecl ;he n nienii of a,iHiing attortieya. SMITH NOMINATED FOR II. Y. GOVERNOR r AMMMial Ttm HVILrt,SK. Hept. Furmer Al 'reil K. Smith waa maidnat.-d for gov rner at the ilemiM rati.- atate i tnivrn lion here t night. YOUNG WOMAN WHO JUMPED FROM CAR BREAKS SILENCE AND TALKS; WANTED TO SE A DOCTOR fiertmd" I Hereon, the e,'h n like voung woman found In a aupaae un ima-tiMia caulnlon unir lh idd lov. i-ry-Phillini a In I Thui Mlay morning br. ke h.T alienee rter.v anil tilk ed too. I. Tlaniwon .tea l nt rown'v atti-rney and i It i'hehlr. il.-iut aherlff. The girl mid alie y-i.uail fron the ar In whnh her mother. Mra. F. M. Catt.iaon and brother. Karle and Kr n.-at were al riding. Hhe dci-lired a'l waa uninM'lniK ah.n tulo-n to the an Itarlum and Bald ahe refuaml t. talk Hecauar ahe had a ln In her . h-et. Mlaa Pattetaiai or Mra. Homrlaidy. fir a lie admitted that rhe had bc-n nurried but hadn't lived with hr hue hand for nve or alg year, aald ahe waa feeling ill wba bar faaiilr Miracle Escape toppled over u bridge and air mk 30 feet phvalclana. Tlie tneii wcie wn In al.eela and auttaniilillea t:il- Uh them to the city. X. H. (Iiiaga hurried out the n tr'i. highway with two phyvliian jn-l mat trr mrtv aliout oiehnlf w..v in ha fltV. The men Wen Iranai'.-ri. d t-i tlio nuict.b.'K-e and 1-n.iuHt !; i.ih uiy a i. !.' urn, riarhli'k th.-ie r t ' i tit Hwevticy la a brother of Mra. J. O. Whltlingtnn.. w hoa.- hi el mi I h i I e n lioin'nent In "II drilling 'lr I j hei f-i wvcnil tenra. I -i I .eaoaa -nt tdr rxpl.Lm ta un I I new n. Huddenly there wna n fluid and lh men la-gun flichllng for Ihdr I. via. uaterao'i No. 3 la a U.lHMt,- .1 ml k' f-Y t gaaaer. The hold la dow .t .'.i A feet and wna one of the moM in'l: reling iiib In the field la-til o: men w liailtlng to thia well to l Him Hrwt i.iil n.l tmt n the field neir-t .''ariHn Hweeney and Andri-e were li inly men winking a I til Well when the gaa epl.Mled. They were underrate irg. Tti.t well la binning and will be hnrd to r extlncuiah. oil men auv. Th rlir wna a lot 1. 1 oa. STEAMER ASHORE, BUT HO REPORT ON PASSENGERS SENT r Aaanriatid Tnm RT JtiH.V. N.-li. Sept. 29 The fana dan Pacific Hallway comMiny'a rteam er KntpreM plying between Ht John mid !ighy. N. H. went axliiae near llaH-o. N. II. In the llay of Fundy. The eaae wna m her way to th a T rt.lll eiamengera. Karly reHrt dd not stule whellnr lli-ie had icrn any bwt of life. WOMAN 52, GIVEN FIVE-YEAR SENTENCE Bjr AMwiatid PrM TI:.AI:K.N.. T.j. H.-,.t S Mia Siiale ll ik '1. w. e.-nteii.-H to five e .ra In the Teaa I'. nl'entiary on a hai-ge of ai.ianpl.ee t iniirb-r In thr i'im County diatrti-t court at Und.-n lat n ght. The vliilm of the munler waa Mam (iriffln mm In liw of Mra ll.ikx. who waa killed June II, mi. Charlra Klngaton laat la tidaT waa con-vlt-twl hitd aenlrni-ed a I yeaia for hie murder. Afier th.- killing of Or.ffln. Mra firlffln marrlnl KlnKaton. Kh al a harged with be ng an accomidli-tt in (he murder and l yet to Im tried. through Antarillil and mid ahe wanted to g,t to a iloctor. Hhe f liiltmil that her f.tinity I. I.I hr th.) wei-e . king her a phya'clan. but Inirtewd ( ft Aurnrll I .. t.iklng the rnd hw.ting to the liw ery I'hilliiai a. hud. When ahe aaw that ah Dai being tMl-n away front a dor tor. ahe juiciwd out. ahe declared. Certrudc la atlll n Ht. Anth.iy a 4n itarltim. Her family lm were h'.itcd at (hn- n'-i -NiW Ve-n. turned baw. Thrv have proniiaed to aend tHe gill iim nv land rkithlng .h can rrjean them I officara aay. Hhe often "palla aueh i'etunta." orrhrre d-rl.nre hrr .la-vther told litem. And an there you are. GT trudo ha enoken. There ain't nothing loure to UU. That' alt HUE KILLED, THREE HURT IN ILLINOIS MINE BLAST Ry AMertalrd I'n-M JOIINNTON I TV. III. Hrid Fite nun, three mine aurteyia-a and two miner were killed and three m'nera were injured allghfly In an eiplosinn In I lie lake I reck Mine, one and one half nillrn nurlliejat of liere, Hi1 afterntain Tlio dead are: I'aul Ileal, Mine) or, J J, married, (oll'iimllle. III. 1st Halle), aunryor, S3, alngje, t'olllnaillle, III. Harry Kliaw, 3 aurveyor, marri ed, Iwo rhildren, ('oOlnavlDe, III. Marrua Klavalhh. miner, M, fam ily of five. Jolinatim Illy, 10. IVIe CaatroU, niha-r, alngle, Jidinaton City, III. The Injured Include: Jamea (eower, 33, and M JetUtliM, S3, mlnrra, who were allgldly ever come by gaa. The name of the third per ion Injured rould ant be learned. About 3!u men were at work In the nine when the eiploalon oreured. and ill but five of t hem were reacued. Hrv n lulnera, Including lh three Injured a-tire limnlaonod for a ahurt while but ere taken from the ahaft by rnatn-e K-aina haatily called. The exphwiioft ia brl eved by mine ifflcbila to have taken place when the i hree Burveyor. carrylnng oil burning aiitia ini the r cape, went Into an unua d entry In which a gaa pocket bad Va-med. The two inlnera were digging oji I nenr thla entry. BERLIN HOT PARTY TO TRIFLE ALLIANCE By AawrtaUd f reat WAHIIIXOTOV. gept. . Taking note of puldiahed reiairta quoting the Hong Kong Telegraph aa aaaertlng that letlera had laen diacovered ahowlng that dlacuaelon had laen held by Bun Vat Hen deimaed prceldcnt of Hoilth China, relative tu formation of a triple alliunce by China, tier many and the Mitaoow aovlet government, the (lerman emboaa)', ae vera I daya ago made In- nulry of the Ocrman foreign office and announcement waa made tonight that a reply had hern received declaring that Cermany at no time had coneidertd uch an alliance. HUGO STIIKJES HAD PLANS TO FINANCE LOANS ATTACHMENT Of FUNDS TO- TALTNO TWO MILLION DOLLARS IS MADE By Amwlaled Trml NKW YUUK. Sept 21. Attachment of funda carried In four New York lainka to the credit of Hugo B tin nee. German Indtiatrlal magnate. In connec- lUm with a I2.0S5.US breach of con tract auit filed by Jamea A. Tillman, promoter, revealed today that Htinnea, through varloua financial arhemea had made altcmpta to fliwt bains fir hun- dreila nf milliona of d'HIaia in thla ountry. The a'' -. hment order algned by aupreme court Juatlco Waaaervogel waa placed In effect by deputti-a of Hhrriff Nagle of New Yurk County. The fumla. the exact amount of which waa not diacliMd, are had by the National City llank. The fluaranty Truat Comiainy. The Kitultahlt Truat ConiMiny and Holleaon and Cnmny. Tillman, duacrilvd aa a financial promoter, claimed that on May I, he entered Into an agreement with Htinnea. which neteaaltated the trana fer to a flwedlah roriaaatlun nwttrolled hy Htinnea f certain agenrlea for d v. Iilng trade with the United Htatea. The agenciea were owned by Tillnian. he atatcd. and he aa to become, under the agreement, managing director of the 4lnriU office at Hbakholm. te'.tttnea, Tlllnun'i atatcment con tinued, waa to furnlah collateral ee eurlty that Tillman might undertake to e.-cure a bain of li:J.eai wa in the Cnlted Hla lee. Thla amount waa needed by Rtlnnea at the time. It waa aald. f the pur chaee of American raw material. Inatead of furnlahlug thla collateral, the atateinent ciaitlnurd. Htinnea con ii-t.-d a b of "fanciful financial acheiuea aa a aort of lainacea for kr many'a flrvafielnl affiliation.' which Tillman though w-iaild never lie eer Laitlly cntertaind by Ameitceu bank era. Iba-m't.a-y llurna J VCKMiN Miaa. Hel. : Kie gill tudent and leu teaihera n.nowly ea eatart with ther llea when the girl' di-rtMitiir) i4 the l.lntiilx 'ouh Ag ricultural HchiKil waa totally dul toyed by fire today. Pupiia and teajrhtra creted in ewcsulng but bat all thelg personal effect. The lues will reach I10f.00t, , Will Visit U. S. i i . - 1 King Atfonao XIII of Haiin, a ior la loving nionari h, and hia consort. VTie n Victoria, announre they'll aoon vlait the I'nlted Rtatea. OIL COMPANIES MERGED : CAPITAL STOCK 3 MILLION AMAEILLO CONCERN WILL PIPE INDUSTRIAL OAS HEBE SHORTLY The Mieaioil Oil (Vn.'iny was yealer iny iiKTged with thtt Amurillo Oil Can- a.ny and he o.IUil tiirk art al ewt.tion. Tlie ne-v cnmiNiny la making pinna to lay a piH' line to the ml ft. Id to ilK- gua hers for Induatriiil ptiriMMoai. The line will not run t"to the city however, an offH liil id the oo,niiy wild venter day. Hy thia merger the Mission Oil m tv.ny. whkh ia the sime aa the Jones Intereata. (1"ed back Ita one hidf In tereat In hnMmg of the two cnttiinli and Ukea uut thla Inlereat In atiab In the new rointwny. Three directors are to lie rloHod, fnatl the Mission CmitMtty and three from the Autarlllo Oil Nan.nv and these ll-rce Will elect the seventh dire. tor. laying i-f the Industrial gas le line to a int ner the clt), will lagln aa n aa the line can be financed, one irf the mailllo O.l Cooiptiny otfielals Id yesterday. KLAN REFUSED FAIR GROUNDS FOR PARADE saeial to The Nee I'ANII.WliU H-ol : -4-lij.i linn n the i-art of th r.ili coinin.tti'e to 'he Ku Kin Kl-.n ualng tin- fi.r (rounds for staging a ur-'b' wud the n4M-. Knbihla to uw th" muln ti-eet . f I'snhaii'lli- 1'r ni..r. hing ! night and eiay away fiom ih ti.lt suMiti'U ah.re It waa fr-rni-rlv an nounil tlie isiinde would ! held. On.- hiin.li.tl thlitv ai'ven KUnanten ltt cipatcd in the -ra li- whirh vm-Wi-I by a fairly large crowd. MAKES 900-MIII JOURNEY ON FOOT TO ENTER CANYON NORMAL; THERE ON TIME tpsrt.l la TW Nm I V.VVtiV. Held ri Would vu start on foot to t-nt. r . . ell. ge nine hundred n-tl- away wh.-u thi n ur- riwiny other S. I11- s mm h nmri-i ' 'I hot is ea tlv wlwt i"iff,.i. H.iuv -f 1'iHpus :hritl did 1 1. itr hi a self suptssj-tmg aliident And (or thr tv.i two uai. bas len a studtT.t in tie West T's Slle No. m.tl P. II. n V!h the ui n.nit t.f liool onr a abu time aav. and me Inn mu.-h rm V aii'-.l from Ma . tinnier 'tM and lenllsing tint a rsl.rosd In k et with other inniMt ixiis"a frmi Cotfi s Chrlsll to Ca'iv.m wui.M amount aptirviiinolely fortr r fifty dollars, h- aa confronted wuh a real pr.bletn. Allowing himself viral Lta to IKakr the Juuroer, Ucnry aUrtea out oa foot. DOOR TO PEACE CLOSED BY LATE NOTE TO BRITIS.1 CHIEF, SAY ARUY LEADERS IIV ArtHtn-IATKI) TIIEHH CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 2-Tb situation between Um Britith and The Turkish nationalists wai eKtfrmcly tente tonight A note from Mutpia Kenutl Pha to Briftdicr CrneraJ Har ington, the Britith commander, couched in a hostile tenor, wag con tioVred by British military circlet here a doting the door to pa cific tettlcment of the ttraitt situation. I'AKIH H.-pt. he alillnillon of MidinuiiiMil I, Hull in of Tut key. Is not e 1111-om1d4.l1.1i but the sullsn haa 1 vpr -sieil the il.n ip to alMllcnte In f ivi-r of bis cousin, in-cording to a lel.-giatn received from the Angtara narealam dent of the Hnvaa agency who altrlh utea Hie tu-wa lo a complete dispuch to Angiaa. A ll.iv:ia agency d ilm from Con NlMiHlno, I,- yeatenbiy mild the aullan Imd been iilidli-nie In fuvor of Ihe ae iwrent but adib-d that the fi" waa in it ei-liflrmel. No War Art Nereaaary. Br Aaasriaud Vnmt 1lXIKl.V, Hept. 29 n connection with le 1 .or I a clrrulnted In the lulled Htatea that war had lxn declarrd by (Irent llrltaln on Turkey It wna minted out UUy that no declaration of war would I nii esaary as aace never has la-en enilf-luded tielweel. tlie Iwa miiii. tries. Their relntiona are still govern ed by the terms of the armiiHlee of lilt. Ht Asssrhtted fnas NKW IIKnrtilllt, -faaa.. ftd. SI. The Mm ml of Nnuslien, n Ituixard'a Uiy. oa-oed by V. fami-rnn Forties of lwtori baa Im-n a4-.te by Oeiteral John J. I' railing aa the plure where he a III write hla memrira of Dm world war By AsserlaUd rts TAtfiMA. Wash.. H.-tt. :t -rlfty thousand pells miilnly from Alaska and Hlbertn were "old here yeaterday at the teguuir fur auction, and buyers fron various mrts of the iitunlry. and on tioin (H-rniHiiy wld $l"0.00 for the lot By Aasnriatrd Pro KUW Yil(K. H1I. :! Miss tier 'rude Kderle. IS yearlold. aensallon id the Wianen'a Hwliiiining Aaaoctalii o. New York, ciualbil the world's reeurt liar l.'.Oyarila. but fi.ll.il In atteoipta lo lower the womiii'a slamUnl fi 100 and 2? yards. In a t"e'al iwn t.slny In the Hrightim ! h 0sn air Nd. Br AwnriaUd frtae HVHAil'HK. Mcpt. 'i-rWmcc l.v ernor Air. V.. Hntlth id New Yak (Ity end Mayor tniage l.,inn of Hbne-bidy Were unanlmoiislv eimted today by the d.-nis--ratlc wlnle nsiveittlon for (over nor. and lleutctinut governor, reap I Italy. By Asrlatei I'm AKIUJ.N. ., H.it. :J.-llsriy Krohu. Atk.n. declalvely i.utsilnted fh-orge Kdade. faMfornla mldle weight In a 11 round Unit hero tonight- New-paper men sa'd Hhadv never Li tided a diavn bau Mima. Br Awwiatsd rest NKW Yl:K. Hept r-Hrlven to i.-Hs rutloii I.) her .i.ntlnM-l ri futtl 4 hi ofl. is of Itatert ige Murray lvin miii tmli.v shot ami s.rliusly wounded Nina I .g.iuio . but us gul ai.d then kill l hlumlf. TIh- ah.Hiting .c-urri-d in the ftil aisutmrnt. By AawriaUd frma I'llli'.VHi. H-i. Austin tlran villi-. ". I'h min urKirr loan and tlie ; aullior of ' If the I il mine In hl : I'utfo " ili.l at Ins hnie here tiUr 1 CmiiMl!.. (r4-l isti-l at Oxford t ill .ritv In 1 . He war a im-mlxr .f th. Irs tTul. . Iliii-ago for In era I ' It a leng imd. ' ! Il- iirv In ulklng n th.- trip. ' l.ut tliei.- ate luM it fine I,,!!.- tlrtti.ig inrs l-tw,-n h.re and ((-riius ' II- oint.Mn. d. "I often a.-- nr.-l r:d.-s fi'itu ot.e to n to the ..ther, md in amir instances r-1e f..r aev.ia! mlk " Ib-nry arrle. In Cmvon In inn t" tepoit for the first fitlU l-t ai tli e. Tie .ii. tuiicnt who finds IIhh to n ske oral gi .ibs In bla is hiwl WOlk, . in lis own b Ing. and take part In 'lo xll.-K.' i.thl. tlca. He has made his f..-t .1 I. tl--r during the sit two year imI IhsI yeir mse S letter In basket loll. If.. Is very iwiputrr with the atu dent Usly and fsculty. snd I considered one of lbs last all arvund atudcDta la schuvL SHORT FLASHES OFF THE WIRE BURNED CORPSE FOR INSURANCE MONEY, CHARGE OARAGE PROPRIETOR TRIED TO WORK SWINDLE TO COLLECT POLICIES IP ArssrlsUd Tins HT. lilt IH. Hept. -A warraa waa laaoe Imlajr by preset ulbtf attar tiey Mueller of HI. Louis rotJMljr lor the arrest ad Harry Jlrrna. ntaalng 1 garage nroprlcliir sf OakvtDc, Mo w lien police eWUred Ihe aoanect of 'having bunted the body of atlaa ( eieste Kthnrider order la erHt In hla enrage la Ufa loan ranee eorav panira. Ilrrnn haa hern nileaiaf sinra Na day. At firat M was betk-vsd that ko had hern bwrnrd ta death In Ihe firs) whkh destrayed bis flame, hsl later bivratlgallet h.iwed, acrrei-f t inlhnrllies that Ilia gravo at Kiss wi hnelder In Mount Has ImmUtf had been robbed ami that the uran laler was ealabUJe-d lo U Ut tlrtka of lite lire. , . - The war department today advland the ladice I hut the n,(ia policy which Hrwin tik vut worn ' ha waa In the army had lapsed. I It nil atlll haa ft,09f nsiranea in a-lvalo dmiiainlea. Another the-a-y udegnued tialajr In connei tion with the tntery wma that llrcnn had arranged a fictltloua death In order tu ib-aert hla wife, a tlereaan war brdlc, lailk e said. - - ' Mrs. Ilrrnn atlll la Iq. custody. 1 HAI'l.T HTK MAfllE, Mlrh, Boat JJ. ('utifeaalng that they were part tea to an alleged plot to defraud an Insur ance comimny. Mra. Iluth . Knudaoa md lHffd Harrison, .her. .brother, plea.led guilty loday to a chares of illegally diainterina the body of . Mm . K. ('. Kairrhlld. Hentenc waa defer red until Ihe linriiila-r term, of court. Tlie grave rubbery occurred at m-uminond Island In October Jtll and La-si au 1 hurl ties imxxted trver the caaa unlll Mrs. Knuda.ai and her brother ar.ie arrt-aled In Vlaconatn last sum mer. They are reported to have dlvulg--ed a pli to obtain a women'a body. Uks it to Haul! Hte Msrb-. place It in an atui(wmei aiaiso ana oarn ino building. The Isjdy was then to be offered as proof of Kr'. Ttaudson'i death, and she,. he brother and another man. who iiffkura have 'been unable to Hnttlfy, were to ahara th Uiataraaot fund. . ' SEVERAL KILLED NKW OflK. Held, M.eSeTcrml per. anna were burned to eValh In a fire whbb bmhe out early today In a (Ivo alnry apartment hewse at III ll'sat ItHtli Htrrrt. rlamra shouting from the windows maiie It alasbat bwp Seattle for fireinen to eider the buildlnf from arallng ladders tlarswa mp frant la si reel, teair bodies were reasoved front Ihe opper floor. Three nrrasra aged to reach that floer. What An Audience of 30,000 Means butiday's lug New will ba read by mere than n.(aj issopki In the rardMindle of Traas, In Nvw Mcklco ind ik la noma. Think of what an tudlenre bkt that meant from th tiindiHilnt of the advertiser. Whether ha be the displajr adver tlw-r r the clasatfted r r f. lb News wrlll be read by so many rhnusand wrsorta that reau"J tlmoat nvariably follow. Test rampaiitna nlwwya shew th ucrl-ity of the I wily News as a Ira wing medium. Tb Ntws Idea keta the great lltnhaodks country with the burst news snd that make Ihe ailvertiamg all the tnora vahi tble to si irons. rtaaairie.! rates are moderate. Tba -luasiri.-d clinnna can be owr rliarlng bi use fi buying, selUna-. renting, or Jjt shoo everythbu). Wh.-t tier vou iiii.neas auaa or m Hate la.uvldual lar itufeaente4 In Handay's vkvasified cxdumns. , Phone 883 ' '