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News Time im; vi:atiii:h. Indiana: Of:i rally f 1 r..'.:ch roller Th.irsda uu 1 Fri 1 .y. x probaV.y fr.ov l'urrit s in e r r rr n..rth rtlar.. Ixmr Mirhfiran: CI ,udy -1 r 1 rol If r en Thür lay a:: 1 Frid.-y y.i:h s-nv In w st. I Morning Edition VOL. XXXVIII. NO. 48 IiAV AND NP.HT KM.L i.n.si:i wnti; Ti:Li:(;u.rinc siikyick SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1921 a NnvsiAi'n: rou thi; ikmp. -wrrii ALL THK local Ni:va PRICE THREE CENTS JlH A H OUlkiA Iii. IL iU 1 p i M' fk H 1 1 aV iL Ii A JLL . MJi 11 J. j w -iL 1 urs VA stall Utnli f A V V D M A D T Mi - U 1 Li IV n V IV I H ! NEW MOVE FOR HIGHER POWER McCray Hacks Bill to Abolish Trustees and Central ize Control. NEW HOSPITAL BILL UP Seeks New Big Appropriation for Erection of Chil- " dreis Hospital. Special to The NVw.'-TlmeH: INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Fob. K. Clor. Warren T. MrCray's centrali 2ation scheme took a new turn Wednesday when I Up. Murray S. Jiarkt-r, of Hoone county, adminis tration pilot In the house, intro duced a bill tu abolish the boards of trustees for the state educational in stitutions and to place their control In a central board. It is understood that "ov. McCray has sanctioned the move. According to the terms of the bill the governor would appoint five trustees to have control of the af fairs of Indiana university, Purdue university and the- State Normal schools. One would .serve for one year, one for two years, one for three years and two for four years, and all reappointments would be for four years. Th bill fixes their salaries at $1,000 apiece, to be paid out of the Institutional funds. Sttin(I Move. Thi is the second centralized con trol move flow Met'ray has made, the other one brine; a proposed amendment to the tax law whereby all of the tax levies would be iixedi by the governor, the auditor of state and the tax board. Th administration is also back ins: a bill introduced by Hep. Chester A. Davis, of Jay county, calling for an appropriation of 1230.000 with which t erect a children's hospital in Indianapolis. The institution would be known as The Itlley Me morial hospital, and would be dedi cated to the memory of the; Hoosier It would, under the terms of the !JU.r.X.lVXduJ4.Hh---coritrol of tlie trustees of Indiana university, which has rharpe of the Hobert W. Im? hospital here and the Indiana university school of r.-iedieine. A so cial service department and a child urses" training school would be ln- ed in the institution. Children ler 16 would be admitted and judges of the court would be au thorized to commit diseased chil dren to the hospital. Intrtxlucv Kc-niiortlonmeiit Mil. The legislative reapportionment till was introduced in the house late Wednesday. St. Joseph county is frivn three representatives and one inator and is linked with Marshall county for a Joint senator. The house, instead of paring the (CONTINUED ON PA CI K FOUIt.) CASE IS RETURNED TO FACE CHARGES "Vvanted Here for Passing Bad Checks and For Illegal Marriage. Chief of Police Kiln returne! Wednesday rdsht from Cleveland, O., trinsinir with him Kdward Ca.r alias K'nvr Vaderwyst who b.iJrs beln' wantel here on Warrant? chartrins- Mir. 1th furpir .irnl l?suir.5 fraud ulent checks is alleged to have con- Vfe3?cit tv) havo r.iarried Miss Ruth rllips. ."27 William t. in Eec- f en'.b' r while already irarricd to an- 7th r woman who was with him at the time of his arrest a week ;i0 ty Cleveland authorities. According to the allc.ced confes li.in of Casi and the story told by iitsi philips' he made frequent trii s to nuth lUnd ia-t smrr.er nu-vtip; ti ! w '; oin-r tlie younc wonvm. In I'fCfbtr he returned to thf, city t 1 1 i n MNs Pld'.lps he was working lor an tutrn rai'.rtiad company anil exhibited two ch-'ck trom th com pany fur servicen rendered. He N'i-e.-'t d that they marry and make hi loi-'iness focn. trip east their honey- The plans wer carried it is al L ge l. ar.d af:r introducing dm h! th- Union Trust Co. where the checks were c.tfhed JK Philips and 1. r rtethcr iip1 '.'.ill t" inf accorn- pam-d h:n to TV'edo where, they i were in irri-d by a pn-s. Imme 1!- r!e': fdlowiag the web'inr TU Philip b.'ca-r.e i an 1 at the sue- j.cstion .f ber husband ar.d a phys ician return ! to South P.er.d while lu- was y.ipp.-'-,. i0 complete hi trip. A khcrt time afinr'Aimt the checks were l..co ei , d to have been fraudule.it. rs w-l! ?s on- for $le rfl " i ''-t the In til his Jr aVrn hot?l arrt a vl ago nothing wri! !b-ar l 'if ('.i by either ' niir.es. In violation of an injunction, j 2,11 Philip "r authorities. After I caused the contempt rr-ecdings. br was arrstel ('as. i a!b.rd toiThe strike resulted from a ooritro-! cr.ff yyftl tli.it h P'.irri. .1 M ; i fillips whil" be was already nnrriel Jle wa I or v.i' 1 up at the polio, Kta Uon WedneMl.y nicht when brocM tcTe Ly Chief Klin. aÄ - I ÄÄ'iui: t Badgers Would Declare War on All" Bachelors' 15 y United Pres: MADISON, Wis., Feb. 10. A tax of J 10 a year on bac helors and wiJ ows was proposed Wednesday in a bill introduced in the general as sembly by H. M. Marks. Pa'.helors between the apes of ." and 53 are eligible for membership on the assessor's rolls. Afte; a bachelor reaches the at;e of 5 years the bill exempts him. Marks holding to the theory that matrimony after that asp- is an ad venture that should not be encour aged Ly the state. WITHDRAWS BID AFTER ERROR OF $10,000 IS FOUND Chicago Concern Says Local Pumping Station Bid WasS49,993. P 1 WITHDRAWN PID NO l'ollowinK the acceptance of bids for the building of the new entral pumping, station by the board of public works Wednesday morning, at which time the bid of $39.9.)r. made by the W. P.. Construction Co. of Chicago was so low as to have caused the board members to belivi it erroneour., word was receive', from tho Chicauo office that a mistake had been made in the estimation of the work and the bid was intended to have been $49.99.1. This announcement, according to tho board ineir..bf rs. will nee rotate tho withdrawal of the W. I.. Com pany r bid on the work. The rvp reftntatlve of the company request d tho board to allow thm to either correct the error or file an amend ment to th bid. The request wis refused and the forfeiture check will be returned to them. The l'oaril explained their action in the matter saynr that bids are required to lu final a: their presentation and th ;t an amendment would not oe fair to thcother contractors. ' lOthrr illtlsi KceHvrtl. ,v ,-Other low bids were made by II. C. Weaver and K. Ci. Christm.in, the former being $."S,510 and the lntter $59,930. The Christman bid Is re garded as the most favorable as the work is guaranteed to be completed within 120 days while the Weaver bid names 200 days. That the run-down condition of the old station and the necessity of Immediate relief makes the short tern bid the more desirable was the Impression Klven out by Mr. Arting srtall. He estimated the cost of the -nOtnn tCn Attn nn.l citri til it til.. aixkfcvift j "-.. ' ' cfc iiu iu linn v.i. i bid made hv tho lt. iin.l W. Co. would stand to cause them a loss of not less than $15,000. Mr. Artintrstall estimated that the postponement of the building of the station from last fall until this spring has saved the city approximately $20.000. This Is due to the drop in the price of ma terials and the drop in the price of labor. The lowest and most desirable bid received on the water mains con tract was that of the Iltt Construc tion Co. of Pittsburg. Pa. It gave a price of $9. ".000. The cost of the work was estimated by Mr. Arting ftall at ? 9(5.000. The bids will be awarded at the regulnr meeting of the board on next Wednesday. FIND UHIOH HEAD GUILTY OF CHARGE Howatt Sentenced For Con tempt of Court in Calling Mine Strike. . By Associated Press: PITTSHUIUr, Kan.. Feb. 1G. Alexander Howat, president of the Kansas Miners' union, was found guilty of contempt of court, and sen tenced to Jail by Judge Andrew J. Curran, of the Crawford county dis trict court, Wednesday afternoon. With Howat were found guilty his nve co-defendants in the cntempi . . . . proceedings, all officers of the Kan- sas unln. They are: ... . ... August Dorcny. vtce prrsbtent; Willard Titus. John Fleming. James ! Mcllwrath and Earl Maxwell, exec utive board members. Joe Hierbroilt, (icorge Chlpps and W. 1. Hasson. otTicers of the Crowe burg local union, tried Wednesday morning for contempt of court, were found not guilty by Judge Curran. Flnttl Two MeinlH'r-N. The local union otticers were charged by the state with lining two union members who appealed a case t the industrial court. The union has a provision for a fine in such cases. Judge Curran held it was not proved that the two union mem bers had been fined. Ponds fer Howat and his asso ciates were fixed at ! 2.000 each and they were released upon their own rec(gnirance mak. .i bond. Th calling until Thursday to a stiike in :wo versy tetween the union nn-1 operat- j or.i over the age of a eur.g miner' named Nisbmash. because tb.e jueas tlori of hia age affecteel Iii.5 rate of .. '-f'-: v"';V .."T L .--' K ; ! o . .. i ... i. . v l (K'k i ity uiiic ..... grants from briiiL'ing typhus to th Pnitf d Slati s. amining immigrants and baggage. In thee center is a ' tanee the Amrican M'ldiers made during the war, is hundreds of thousands! of Kurope's pojulation. The new precautions two ships had brought across 20 c ises of typhus. ? I QUALIFY HAMMOND TO OCCUPY BENCH Countv Officials Take Action to Save Jurist From Em barrassment. In in effort to save Acting Judge I. W. Hammond embarrassment by having the question of his validity to act on the circuit court bench raised in 'a ease to be tried in that court within the -next two weeks. jthe county clerk, tho county auditor and comity sheriff -..Wednesday af ternoon added their appointment to that of Judge Walter A. Funk. The question was raised shortly after Acting Judge Hammond took the circuit court bench Wednesday afternoon, by Samuel B. Pettingiii, acting county attorney, and it in volves the right of Judge Funk, now ( in the southwest for his health, to appoint l sueceysion of judges. During his absence Judge Funk has named John (I. Yeagiey to ?:t first, then W. (.. Crabill, followed by Im W. Hammond. C. 1. Drum mond and others. During the in- eumbeney of Yeagiey and Crabill the jurisdiction of the judges was not raised, Mr. Pettingiii inti- mated Wvdnesdav noon that Acting link'" Hammond's right to sit on th bench would come up for con sideration. To prevent any for Mr. 1T .imond. clals. as providd embarrassment the county otll- bv the statute. yotel to name him at the present t5. Venlicts of judgment returned by j constitution, his mental attitude and the two former acting judg will be j the fact that his wife has been con entirely v:!id. Mr. PettingiM declar- J stantly at his bedside since Tuesday ed. inasmuch as the iu stion of j night. ioridi. tion was not raised at any "He has been in and out of coma time. ir . j, Large Mob Isums ic pro Murderer at the Sialic I'.y As' 'iab'd l'r-;: erni'v j C. l-.n K. A mnb - . - e. j r.i.lii OI ; . ' v e persons 'uinu.ii jnf.vi stovoTed the Clark.' countv .tail and I nflrr torcil.lv t.lking John LeO Lber- hardt. a n.'gro charge,! with the mur.ler of Mrs. Walter I.e.. of On.- nee c.vinty from the jail, burn d him at the'st .ke. ' The mob secured the negro from the countv i ail h.r after lea.lers I had climt .i an elevator sb.aft to the ton iloor of the countv courthous. 1 I 1 11 !. . i, o.n ,, i,,,.,-,..! boreed L,,". v...rb ..nit's celt bv !.i..s i. v, ti,n n.i.- i-iijoig -i e... f .vv.,.. ida ving a blow ..,. i,,. ,,,-, tn t. , He was taken about the m rect'y opposit burned to th I . "... " :, ' fw. the Lee home, and t ike shortly before midnight, after Kaders had publicly debat'd whether he ydio'-'id be hung i or burned. He di"d in 2 0 minutes Laughs are afforded daily to the readers of The News-Times. The very best of comics ap pear each day on the page opposite the classified ad vertisements. They are but one of the many features found in the columns of Northern Indiana's leading newspaper. Read the Comics Keeping Typhus Out Of ... .V- Kv.-l.Ji T V...- . 'WS,. . . J ....... .ii.. i.i.-j.i i tiuii ioi ... ..i... ,.i t. pi-tiit immi- Picture showrt the augmented force of inspectors ex 'cootie" enlarged 100 times. This pest, whose acquain the principal carrier of the plague which has killed Blind Couple at Goshen Parents of 2-Pound Boy Special to The News-Times: (lOSHEN. Ind., Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brumbaugh, ofjRuUIlg by Interstate Com- cnurubusco, both totally bund, are the parents of a two-pound son, born a few days ago. The mldgeTi child requires two spoons of milk at a "meal." Physicians believe the child will live. It was said. Mi. Brumbaugh learned the broom maker's trade at an institu- . - .. .... . . . . ' . - UOn lor the blind and IS iOilOWinS; it succ's.sfully. CARUSO IMPROVES; EXPECT RECOVERY Great Tenor Passes Crisis and Condition is Reported Favorable. Ily Assorted Press; y.KW YOltK. Feb. 16. Notice able improvement in the condition of Lr.rieo Caruso, tenor, critically ill In his hotel apartment here, waj announced edns;lay night in a! bulletin issued by Dr. Antonio Stella, one of his physicians. "Caruso's condition is very much more favorable Wednesday night! than Wednesday morning," the bul - temperature is two legreees lower' than in the morning. W. have great I hope for his recovery, although he j is still a very sick man. Part of his improvement is due to hi- strong all clay long. Suf puration has weak ened him and has affected his- 'heart. A relapse like thi is to-be j expected in 40 percent of pleurisy i C Administer ygon. "Oxygen was administered as a therapeutic to case inflammation of tli. lnni'u W h n t u-nriljJ be h,1? - - ........ .. - spoken show a great determination I to live. Telephone calls received at ruso s hotel inquiring about his con- dition are being re ceived at the rate ' 10 every minute. Two extra tel- rl'hon' operators have been put on ! to handle them. ' .vuer a ensu i vauon oi c. .n uso actors lat fnosday n.gni tne ' "g ounenn was issueu. "Caruro lias passed a critical' ,v.t 1 senou cn..i-se 'i ". I has not been repeated." j : Hnnrd $pt-h Licht on mmmmmmmm mmmmm '(.v 4 v v. . . ' - - - - - ' - FarrelLHinton Set-To P.v As. iato.l Press : 6 1 KOCK AWAY. X. Y.. Feb. 16 l'urthei- lisht on the quarrel between I.ieuts. Stephen A. Farreil and Wal- ter Hinton, when they reached Mat- j tice. Ont.. after their adventurous, balloon flicht into tanaaa, nas sou cht from Lieut. Iyejuis A. Kloor. their companion, by the board of inquiry which reconvened at the naval air station here Wednesday. Asked to state what he knew about the altercation between the two officers and what steps he took in connection with it. Lieut. Kloor ( replied: j "No otlicial report was made to j me. I know nothing of it except . that which was told to me by news ! paper reporter.-." The only step he then took. Kloor s.iid. were to pet the two officers to gether and restore friendship. He said he did net consider the report ed trouble between them serious. U. S. Mm mm ' . . , r 1 V1 v V J 'X K :;: V:'i ;.i luv m were taken on Fdlis Ifsla.d after ORDER RAIL RATES RAISED IN STATE merce Commission Effec tive March 21. Uy Intornntinn.il News Service: WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. The in terstate commerce commission Wed- i 'iirsdav declared freight nn,l n.i.nn. " ger rate.", fares and charts fixed by the Indiana public utilities commis sion for intrastate traffic to be un duly prejudicial to traffic in inter state commerce and ordered the rates raised to the lebel of inter state tates. The order becomes effective March 2 4. Intrastate rates on coal, for dis tances of 32 miles and less, were exempted from the. order. ST ATI : riLKS SLIT. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. 16. Suit to prevent carriers in Indiana ! from increasing passenger rates and I ; : J 1 "M::-u:-- 1 .- i I : . ' t freight tariffs within the state to j !Mnr'! r Vnterstat ratrs nxrfl.by!Bonar Law Declares Parlia- the interstate commerce commission : was hied today in the U. S. district court against the United States by !ino maiana public service oommis- The ruling of the interstate com- 1 merce commission in ordering an in- crease in Indiana freight and pas- j - Hn r rates win boost the states igi.e-..ite rauroan expanses ipproy:- mately $o. "00,000, it was estimated Wclnesday. The demand of the carriers for higher rates was carried to tho fed eral commerce commission r. ftc-r the inomna puniir service commission t i0r fcf-pt. ostabhslu'd schedules lov;- er tjian those ordered for interstate shipments. Thi. action is similar to a number of cases now pending !n other r.tatcs to determine if the intimate com mission has authority und the ! ! Lsch-Cummins act to fix interstate j ' rates. AteXO Denies Charte oj - i , Killing; Uallas AllClCi Mack Ateyo, against whom the (grand jury returned an imlictrnent . :or muruer m the nrst degr'e for - tho nlieged slaying of Dallas A. An-j I -m . , . .. ..I aern, waivea arraignment m tnc äi circuit court Wed:'es!av afternoor ... ... ; . t ; agreemeiu. irai was psiponeu ana ii will o mo urs; r.'is..1 to oe coiiisi'i- - . I. 1. . 1 A a. . . . 1 ere d at the May trm of thc circuit j Couri. W. V. Poswell. attorney J . fro-o Asbd.lte Tern will iTeferot Ateyo. .Elkhart Grand Jury Votes j Indictments Acainst Manx " gppcjal to Thc. Xew-Times: LLKH ALT, Ind., Feb. 15. The Elkliart superior court trrand jury returned 27 Indictments Wednes- day npainst approximately 12 local residents, and adjourneed until Frl- luv niornin?. Names of those In- dieted will r.ot bo r.endinsr their arrest. mnde public I'IN'I CHILimKVS ISODIIIS. Hr A--"xM:itel Prese: PITTSLUr.G, I'a., Feb. H The bodies of IT children, ramr.nr in ape from a few weeks to five years, were found in two lirjre caskets ir. an al leyway in the Lawrence-! le sec tion here Wednesday r.itrht. The two raskfts were nailed inside a piano box. Several boys made the dicovery. STILL POSTS. Confers With Advisers on Navy, Commerce and La bor Appointment?. MAY CHOOSE LOWDEX Former Governor of Illinois Virtual Choice for ?savv Portfolio. P. v .ssi i.ited Presi : ST. AnUTTIXi:, Fla., Feb. 1C ! Having virtually determined seven j ot c 10 cabm t appointments Pres't:e!eet Harding and Iiis political advisors are finally chief i ift- 1 ing over the available material for the portfolios of navy, commerce and labor. For the navy post, Frank . Ix)w den, of Illinois, is still considered a possibility, with several others hold ing an even chance should he final ly decide not to enter the cabinet. Half a dozen names are in the hat for the secretaryship of commerce, with the odds f'eming to favor a southern republican. The list of available for head of the labor department is understood to have narrowed to four men: James J. Dais, of Pennsylvania; James Duncan, of Massachusetts; T. V. O'Connor, of New York, and Hep. John I. Nolan, of California. I Xay Appointment DiiTicull. Of the three vaeitnt place., the navy secretaryship is proving the most troublesome to fill. In hif original cabinet slate. Mr. Harding is understood to have alloted this i t l ost to John W. Weeks, of Massa- ehusetts. but various considerations later led to his transfer to the war portfolio. It now is regarded as certain that Mr. Lowdon can have the navy appointment if he wants it and there nro many indications of strong pressure to induce him to accept. The growing wave of agitation for southern representation in the cab inet may lard a secretary of th-' navy from south of Mason and Dixon s line, out trie general im- i pression here is that it will be more in.,i.. i. . . u. .u,.!. ! "'O io ue ieu ju ine ( noice un the secretary of commerce. The movement is one of the strongest influences now being brought to bear on Mr. Harding's headquarters here in the main, and has taken the form of a bid for seetional rep resentation rather than for the al lotment of any particular place in the next president's family of coun sellors. Hep. C. Itas.com Slemp, of Vir (CONTINFLD ON PA GL FOCHT) REFUSES TO ALLOW MANDATE DEBATE inentary JJisenssion lola- tioii of League. ly AssfH iiit-il I r s-: LONDON', lb. 16. Anti-govem-ment members of parliament, who have been irsistently proclaiming the right of the hous of commons to pass judgment on the Mesopo tamian mandate, before it was sub mitted to the league of Nations, received a shock Wetlnesday after noon when Andrew Ponar Iiw, the government leader, declined to lay the mandate on the table and giv- j the house a chance to approve it I before it was-- turned over to the league. Mr. Bonar Liw explained that the peace treaty provided that man dates were first to be submitted to the league and the government in tended to carry out the provisions of the treaty. Answering a question as to whethe r the government was going to commit the house to great j expenditures without an opportun- j it v of discussiäg it. Mr. Ponar Law ! I .lid that the house was already ' I committed to po-siid -xpn'iituri ! by C.reat Prhain's acej:i:ig the manuate. FIRE CHIEF-UNABLE TO INFORM PUBLIC Sinrei L.onnne uos? io iwo or Three Shingles'" Value, a Dime. f A roor riT0 oe, Urr 1 j Washington a v. early j evening. information t 1 ö 1 : Wed p.. t v eon:ernin I which cotibl iot b iven hv Fir Chif Sibrel a:ld certain of his flr j fighter? Kvl-b ntly there was :u thin;: amiss with the reports on uro. re- ; quired from -Ki. -r.e--T- nnl the , . . chief. When ca'ib-ä Chief Sibre! s,iid that he bad ro r pc rt on the j bre that he krew in , the nam s the residents at that address nor the r.amej of the pr p rtv owners, and that he !id not know the amount of da nage Jone or the ex-i ter or tne me. i t . Th. i.tlv t- fr.ite and accurate in- forrtbitiun that cc-uld le Kivt-n by the; chief wns that "two of three phinK'.e!" burned." These mi'ht be estimated at a value of a dime. HARDING UNDECIDED ON ! CABINET i t Amendments to i r a j j .j measure sicicicu Before Adoption pper Hollge Accepts Fordney Bill After Drawn Out Struggle. liy A5;n( -at.-d Prt .-v: washin(.;tn. i"-b. down wtli mure th.ui ame-ndments. th- I";i pt nry tariff bi'.l Wt d pass-d th-; s.-i;ate. T!;e a S'-ur- "i i V :ht to 30 and m as i:i:::: di- ! ately s to eonferu Action on th- 1 rushed through th. i:. d..-ignl house a.-J an aid to the farm r. c.im- afttr tractevl session during hi repuidiuan s nat.-rs broke pro- from their party a-ignm.-nt and tu o j of them. Kdgf of New J.-rs.-y .Mos-.'S i f New Hamp-Oiire, l itt-rly ' assailed the r.o asurt- a;-.d it repu'i- j liean sujiporters. I.ikevi.e. ? -ii 1- j aritv of the deniorratie laiii.S o'll.'i t not be maintained, nine (,f tlo minority members being recottled i 1 1 favor of the bill. Mos's Attacks Measure. Tho broadside by Mr. Mo, s tem porarily unsettled the republican program o much that three anien.l monts off red by Lodge, the maiuritv leader, were killed. From the time the vote was called on the ...!., l.. . . .11 . r l(('tii;c .1 i 1 1 ei 1 1 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 v i wiin it had to do with protection fur man ufactured produ ts of wool. th' s n- ate rode rough-shed o r all ! changes proffered. But it already . . . . I .-. . -.1.-... ..h i.- (r. the form in whi h tlo- no asoie came from the house' that the most ardent supporters predicted trouble in getting an agreement with the house. The following s nators were ap pointed as the conference commit tee to attempt to iron out the d:'!i- cultivs with the house; IN nrosr Mr- an.l 1 Cumber and Smoot. r pu:;i-aii ! Simmons and Williams, democrats. It IS expected the t Kill ÜI it t WÜ' be able to start work with a similar committee from the house late Thursday. While the senate was in the tl-.ro s of the heated debate on tile i iin r geney tariff, the In, use ways and means committee was concluding open hearings on revision of the I permanent law With that wra i; 1 j out of the way. Chairman Ford:., y ; will leav' lat' Thursday for an.!h-r I conference with Pr s't - ! i t il.it d- i:g at M. Air tstine. It is umbT- I stood he will .isk the n-.t i hi-1 x- ecutlVC for a definite'' epr'Ssion as ! to his views -on the !, cri.-la t ive pro- (grarn, outlined by r ;ublic:m J.-ad- j ers. and wh th r he faors i-nm- di - ate ' consideration by congress f tariff legislation rather than action on matters of taxation. Sas ImIW I "n-e ientihe. The speech bv S-n. Moses .igui.-t jthe emergency bill was tili t ! with a j series of caustic shots at his repub lican 'ol'.e.tgu-s. H- .1 el. ti ed that ! every senator kn-w that the bill, it jit should bee'ino a law. would ; i .til j nothing, ami he Ii a II r: :r , ! br.iil I-by any senator that it w.ts "ur:s i n ! Uric and d-s;g;i d to fool ih' f.tn:; r j rather than aid him." I "Nobody can 1 fend ir. for i; is ir -j defensible," a--s rted Sen. Mos. s. 1 "The r'publiea n party .n.not go I.. j fore tbe country with sud; a :.!' as I ure. It can only gi t l'i .-'t Wil ! son, who was so thoroughly r pudi ; ated in November, an opportunity t I excoriate the r,pub!ican par:", arid I believe mo, Io- will do it wh n h Lllll'k . .- io iUlll. "Why, this bill is b-psbb d. i;'.- i blind and its de.f a ml it lias 1 1; - -! rickets. Ii'.s .a cmbina t io b.tw'.n ; the ric" !: 11 is. the ar " b:k'-. tli" cattle rangs. th and the wheat !; ids. a a support it. e-n thoag! protection thr'.ugli ar.d he. y i i;: j h i. w I an, t I .a m lor! t !i r u a h . I J know lo t." In Wrong Dii t ion. S.u. Lilge told th" .'-"t.at "tlriing at high so d in t!i üirection" in I'.as.-iivg tia ! it v. ,t- ' ' wror. g i . , Si-.- (COVI'INI'LI) ON PACf j-; 'PEARSON REACHES ! AVIATION STATION Pilot Reported Saf at Sander son. Tea. After I n-uc-ee--ful Flitilit. I By Asso. i,at d 1 'r. I .SAN ANTONIO I Lieut. Ab xarab r 1 I l c-ontinentai t!i r, I sin " I.-, yr Thür attein pti.-.t," a '. to Antonie. ! S t i.li ? r.. T ... j day niht. a o tanc- f ;ph -r.e 'ders- n We.'.r.e.-d 1 Li ui. I'.ar- by a 1 ana h a w r ; y. l.- n r i.i l: r , 'A 11" :a - ir.,: the - south, ast : S i' t!i- rep. .rt i : i . . 1 1 . s a r r l -. a 1 . r i town. .I.-'.' mil-- A a t.i.i . Li.--u . i ' a rs r ; : aviation r'..;.!. wh-r- !. v. int" einf,r-;a ')t Ma;. Pratt, air s. r I .r!: r.brr ntn corp a r a. j lt Mrt ( 'oiilirtM 1. .via;. i ran i : : a A r. r f r aj. L. m r ; W " lr.es lay :r: an u.r; nr.- ii.rson to eor.f.r :t:i .-i. Hefferntn. ..f Fort Fl; to the s an h. The information t- iv 1 b- r ca:r.e in a te1. ph r.e n ! it !' ; .r.T of Si n ! in Sin.b r-: by i::-hth j witn 1. W I'x.r.ey. a r - Antonio, who vis:::r. t f"n. It was c o rv;i r ;r. e corps area h-abiuarters at Sam Houston. l-"..rr BRYAN ISSUES PROGRAM FOR REORGANIZING Outline- Extensive Lei-latic Program for Demo cratic Partv. CONTAINS 22 PLANKS ! I- oriniT Secretary States View on All Important Na tional Subjects. P.v tf d V LINCOLN. N b.. Ft b. 1 ;. Willi, m Jcnnir.g Fry. in. thro' h his brother. Charles Bryan. h t" V. d i -utl; y night issued a statement ions tor a na tional b'u-is!riti e propra m for tlio ir'lesed r. rrrranir-'d democratic l'arty. Tl-.e program. lh- 'atcnient sas. is ir.t.-rd' d to bring about World p. .lee. ( u;-i the profiteer, pre- ! v r. ; . r exf-avagance and waste in the government i arai to rr.-:oi-e "people's- rule." In lu st.it m- nt accon.panying i'ia pos d platform, the former r-tary of state sis "jhe party th s rv run o er with wati-r th it has pa: 1 n at.a "Neither tan it be made a tail 'o anybody's ca ndidicy," .tatemnt continues. Hefrri::g to the national committee me tings, plann.-! sh-rt- it says: "If the m, mi" rs hav no higlu-r pr-'S'ab n tr.o k it pt e than t i e s ; i tial indidat- the w ' 'U i be b. tter not To get toget'o r." Take Pi'ople' sil. p:rt "niTit ta! the peo vie of i ry question." it says, "inns: purge th- organisation T'e pi s n 1 a f i- s cf sp'oi i jti- Th. pie's ; and i' of th. r t s mi eve in t! at the j, opi- V. ill bo- : i a rt s : rity. ; d i rg ra m n a t :)!.. 1 sub- Mr. B ci tains '.yn's prop irii aidit.g a it fer't.dum on 1:.- i rm.i no nt by agreeni nt !adir:g nations, nitior-.al j--ri- law. lin.i'atioii of the prsi tl trm to s.x '.trs sitb jn r- on, and ;;!.,! ;i,ti ppov,.,J t ring, i m.blir-.g ii foodstulfs. va !, W i t ! 1 r; ilen i left pro!, a P j Tl ! : 1 1 . i t . i ry " P'ope ! r.a ,:g. i: a t i"j;a I b g b a it i a- A b ami.- of r.a "'.ati..n .d" nations .trati'.n f ail dis .irldtr.at. d and an j p !-.: ! , tjoj-.s i.dl'.WS o e J', . uia :s or an a.--viding for at th tt an 1 i !"' i : t ,:: - . i.'.' d 1 f a f i ; i-l.t ' - ' : ' . a ! 1 o a of ; . 1 ; i l n - a s ' i i Ir -p. n ' t h e imd- " r in til.- pia n of t h -'. i c!; r.a t i"u r -' r i t to a eee pt i r ! j e t t h rari. Iiu mamcnt. "Dis.n t; ;it!,-tit Tb.- l'nit d Stats ".nid i ra nie! ;a i ly nd ior to as tti'oie the lepi -s..ntat i s of the oii:;g t::: tic.es (lf :(,,. v.orll in ;i !.i'!:i .v iAe;: j'enit.) M'GANNON CASE TO GO TO JURY TODAY 'late Fails to Shake Judge's 'I'r.-timony in Croc Fxainination. V.y A 'i. of to .lud-'' '. iate,; pr.-; - ; :yi;lni. i'.-h. Taking liiii'inv i a the to rend tri William H. Mrfl r of n .i r d kVI' h end d.gre.. murder ! of I i lot ' 1 '. Ivil'v. -n th.- 7" or id n . a '-ontp:- :vi ami ldi 'a n tro')- etc..- i.ng : " -"m n - s b r h. Af ny in the as Cm. I'O'.V-ll re- "v.tion by the . d In di'--rd '. 'i n ' f Mi' .. .!a to , :b,.t re Vi' i: : !ge Hon.fr .'. i.n i be p. ma ;s c x a rain .'. ' ; an i : d l..:Ve th :g h r. a r h ' M pc t i r. f : pr ivib g ite . r ' r. - a : M ' , - v in- a i ari 1 Mak.- ( ' I i n a 1 r --ii un til -. ! to .Inrv 'I hur-l.i v i a : in binS-'n a t ". o ,.f: ; -v?:ed it a n ... the P. m. w.-e-i n-s-ly his . . . . r. Tli" , re. i r- I i 11 1 p : irr a- '. ."J y in . i. nt Ml. IV but him a fnlb'J re er cys to shike hij XV mi nation t. -e irr.ony.