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' -j! DAILY NEWS 4 1 (clll" newspaper of th . . . i I wintry, tht spot most ) y God-given nature; Mi of tha most success. j Ihe world. NtWI SCRVICM . oclt4 Press. International News Sarvlc. UnlUel p,. Newipjptr EntarorlM Association. THE WEATHER Unsettled weather with prob ably tocal rains tonight and Tuesday; colder Tuesday and in extreme north portion tonight. LOW TIDES ON THE OCEAN BEACH Today ,.. 5:42 Tomorrow ...6:25 1 MSMtCft Associated Dalit Cf Florida. Florida Stat Pra Asaoclatlon. Southern Newspaper Publisher' Aaan. Advertising Bureau, American Newspa per Publisher' Aaan. THE DAYTON A : :iUU U7JTT il M JJ DAYTON A. FLORIDA. MONDAY. MARCH 28. 1921 V ?NTFFN NO ft S " ?T- - "3 ; : ' ' . i TO I wjize ,i.CLM.1S TWO NEGROES KILLED IN BRAWLS OVER THE WEEK-EMDAT TAMPA (The Associated PressA TAMPA, March 2$. One negro man ami one n-prcss -were killed and a second negro man gashed in the th.oat was t'ue result of brawls here Saturday and Sunday night. One woman ia in jail chaiged with killius Her husband. Police ar-3 for persons held respousihl. affairs. SITUATION IS QUIETER : IN GERMANY LOOK INTO CARDINAL'S iSKS KILLING OF i BODY LIES Lirojuama 11 NEGROES' INSTATE searching j for other Vis of I AHE TO BE ji:ed-harding;rje DIVORCE Ti HCH t marriages IS ! . trust trial New Service ) I - yCGTON. March -'8. Ai-j smel I of . American claims! jiiqr. jlhan fjttQ.OOO.ouM is' ; t? be jt5isted 'upon as one of IJtUHl' j to be complied with.; tlwrefn be any tta.de agree j r-ik & Viet Russia, it was today. State tlepart JhIb iay that iu the Soviet i' f reel sent, the Soviet ac ?d id principle at least all of " '.'.isb era ni3 for servics or goods i by I le Priti-h government. r-;e iat equal conditions ', le da tanded by the United RUN FROM POLICE IN PARTS OF GERMAN' (International ikwi Service.) MANNING, SLACK AND WILLIAMS, FARMER. TO BE TRIED SOON FUNERAL OF LATE CARDINAL GIBBONS BE HELD THURSDAY RECORD FOR FLORIDA1 BERLIN. Mr.li of the Kelt h? a cir. t'Heiy. are s stcni middle Gvi m.t.iy. ii, arming Coii'iouti! ts many ringbadoii. rials tl" lare.i the ing. P.itei field i ; : of Communi .t.; hut (The Associated rreu.) WASHINGTON. Mar. 23.-Florida ranks twenty-linn among (he states in uie nuuii.er r.t divorces tn propor- i the green polic? will :, tion to marriages, the International j trol there. G-.it!d.y m Reform P.ureau announced today. One icily. Sixteen thousand divorce to every eight marriages is! have been iiieb'lii d ai the state's record. 2v- I -;i n i jn i suppoi ' e hv hi icaily (leaning up !'! 'dug and i'i ;i ;fi ericting ( i"vci :i dept. th : i'lai ion iinie ov lii! hi tli" binds oftii-i;.)! hi'li-v. ii h" in ( in qui-I in ilii gl ee: po! ii i are ua'nO Ing ih? ci... IARTHQUAKE -IRS RECORDED TOKIO HAS A FIRE WITH LOSS DF TEN LII fTti A isociaud Press.) ,Ua:i,OTON, March 2e. Uarth J (fBorsf vharacter'zed as very tws, wers i ecorded today on the scraps; a .. -Georgetown I'nivcr- i (Untsci -re;s.) : TOKIO. Mar. Ti. Can fill i-dt ia.iitc ' of prr.verly io: 3 stii-t allied in a i;reat fire heie Satunlay nislit indivate that 1 tha total will exceed ?1u,(oi.ui0. ! The ind catei' distance from xglon s U'W) miles.- Thei be an at 2:55 this morn-1 1$ tsstaS ; until after 5 o'clock.! zaxiaiuiB aetivity at 5:01 a. m. X. S Rieorotd in Chicago. j - v; (ut td Pr.i :tCfO,Iareh v 2&.-A Mtfi " ati k' about '1.261 miles' thltSgo j Southwestern United j i,jrrr ft spraed: on the seiiino l t le U rfrersity of Chicago Uk tx'eiters rtgariHt 2:55 thi gaad.I.rted afttii ti:15. Cornmuoist" Flco to HiHi (United Press i V WA.K. March -' :. :;. i t batidr of ("rnniii'?'ir ih.oni i '-.ill tount.'y si' n mil I i v, -- 1 ; i. !. , day with s-iteiy t i - i-i pm u ; Mill'." di.-so--.icv. en j.;it -i "in m iei al nearby cii'ei and niou- ' :. ! were orouchl in. 1 he .: Unu:; ; ie.trs if he cie.i,;u-. Ancncans Ca'lc-I. (The AssocI.t?U (Jn.'ss ) ( OI'.l.r.N:. :!! i J. '.-i:i'iira lie ii;ris:iic.- w.-ie -iiioi.ni m;-, ur im; in the An. ore an 'oridse 1 1 : 1 ;i 3t MoMahu! . A riot call wa s'.veri d by the Amercan niil'i:rv lice, who were Si-nt lor to !'.-; order. Ho-to ap ! (international News bcrvlce) MONTiCKl.t.O. (la.. Mar. 28. With lie lir.-.t chapter tf Ucori;i!'s ni"st 2ri.'soaie murder investigation closed, .r've ;be discovery of the last of elevni lio.iiiT. of ncgroe.; of Jasper uid Xewt'iii coiintiet:. ofliciaU of this. Jaspi r (innly. begun to t ke steps t' in ins to trial, at once. Clvde .Manning, bla.-k. i xeciii ion.-r. and John Williams, v iio lie iMplirales ia ! confession as 'he iiistii.-Mi.tr f the KiiliiiRa. Oflieers it re hae r'ar!fl a quiet investiga- ! Wiliiani-i' p..yt and ant to kn i'.v what heroine of ten other farm hand;! said to btvu mysteriously ;li -,-jp i";iri' !. l.caiicis of hiisinesa. civic and sn ' i t' circh s a'-: were stunned by th. swii'i il.'ve!.-i;nienH of (he last few (iavs. la--a- ti- jt ions w.-ie begun vb -n .Jai.uiag onfes.-.ed and led a 'ii licit tra.i to the door of Williams., 'lb" .first i.vlmg of ; empathy ha-i given ,in;.v to indignation and ang'jr. (The AsKocldtnd Press) ; P.ALTIMOKK. Maich L'S. The body j of (.'an'imil (jibou:? w;i3 borne to the j cathedral today, where ;t will lie in! -ttan- nnii' l!i I'MU'ial Thursday.! There was no cn-moiiy attendant! upon the remov.l from th" home. Ai--I rayed in the mas- vestment ; of an' archbishop, th" body ie;; upon ' catalabi'ie eiecl"d at Hie headl, of the ! center aisl iminediale Iv before the chain 1. Burial on T'luieday. 'International Nuas be.vlcr.) P. ALT I MOfti .', Match L'S. -Cloihed in full p.nitili. al , the Kpis. opal r .He.;, with the mitre on the head, the pal lium i'liiinr Ihe Mioiihici r. and ihe Kpiscopal ring ui tie- !'iiic"i. th" b idy of J..mes Cardtnal (J h'lon.-; (od.iv lift; in state iu the bistort cathedral oer w!,,.-h le- " iilnl :o l.n;g. The hodv w i 1 1 lie i.i t,i''e til! Thill -day. uh-m' fina' (cr!i'uies fur tin; ilead will be held. (The Associated Press.) j JACKSONVILLE, March 2S. Mrs. ! Karl Weems, Ti years of age. was 'probably fatally injured, and Mm. j Roaa Goodwin, seriously, in a shoot , ing affair in a hotel here early today. ; Police ;n e looking for Earl Weern.i. ! husband of the first named woman, t Policf; said Weems returned to his ; room and entering. s4W outPties of ! Mrs. Goodwin under the bed cover 'ing. lie opened lire without seeking an explanation. Mrs Goodwin had ; been spending the night with Mrs. ! Weems. Weem.; escaped in an auto i mobile. IT PLANES TO LAND IN DAYTON A ON TRIAL FLIGHTS (Th Associated Press.) WASHINGTON. Mar. ".'S. Two land aiipla-ies will leave here tomor row lor St. Thomas, Virgin Inlands. t- demonstrate the adaptability of land aircraft for combination land and wat 'i- flying. Stops in Florida will hj made at I'aytoiia and Miami. Will A.sk Change of Venus (I nt-ri.ational Newt Service. ATLANTA. Mi.r. 2S.--Georgia an- ' tliniiie; will ask a change of venue M-oni .J i: per county ia the trials of Cly.l- Manning anil an I if thai fails the he held in NVwt-.u John Williams, liirt (rials will i-ouiii v, where . n" ; o: w '. sia;ll. M CliilTINOING HUES AGAINST .S ENTIRE LINE (SnUrnatlo ial N-ws Service.) WXPOK, Mirth 2S. Tha Greek wacs contin wa ail aloas the Hue the 8myrn i and Uocussa battle lta Tuikish Nationalists fall- hack, said advices from Athens : tie Eichan, ;e Telegraph. In th" lector, j TtirVs are takin? re 's in the nioiinta'nj and hostilities ifiyelujKlnu) guerilla warfare. JAPAN TO WITHDRAW FROM FORMER GERMAN - ISLANDS, SRE SAYS (United PressA TOKIO. Mar. T. Japan will with draw troops from the former Gernnn The 'our.niF.sion Islands' unsigned to her. the Japanese furnish the power foretell otlice annouueed today. PROPOSE WHITE WAYS FOR THE STATE CAPITAL TAI.L.A1 lASfcKIi. M:.r. - ;. - T lii.i ha.:50r: soon, vviii enter th lis;, o; place.; hoasiing "'.viie ways ' i: im-i-ch.ints and property owners are. it i propi.al of the .'ity coniii issioners. r.s have ulicn il to f the r.-ejvhanU and property holders will ere' ; ihe necessary lamp ptists. SHOW'S THE WEATHER? X TODAY? Washington. w hen1 e"t.:epl ioually w.iim weatiiT has marked the past, several we'u.. was warmer than Day-' t iui o:i Kaster Sunday. Ihe day being, marked by warm weather iu most, citi-.'s over the conn try. ' Daytona experienced warm wealheri Attorney General May Investigate line Associated Press.) MONTICKLI.O. ttt... Mai 2S.- State aiuho'-i! ies ;ire planning today to push the in vestig it ion of allege i p. onage prai -tU-'-'S in Ja-per and New t in coun ties, following the iinling of two more bodies of negioes ;:i ;he river ne.ii- here, ninking a total of elevi bodies found sim-e the liegiiiiiiiig of the iiiv.'stignt.on of p-'onage and miir ih'r thares against John Williams. Jasp r county farmer. Tiie appoint ment of Attorney General Denny to take charge of the peonage in vestiga- OF HAVANA COMMITS SUICIDE, ILL HEALTH (International News Service.) HAVANA. Mar. 2S. Jos Lopez I'odi'guez, former hanker and multi millionaire, hanged himself here to day, til health and financial reverses were lh. night the causes. IRELAND CAUSED BIG DAMAGE TO PROPERTY HUBERT WORK TO BE F'RST ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL e for K-.iMi w ii h "V'usand day. the throughout H Item;)' '..1. ! e:H;ier.i; iila v an weal the thermometer touching: o. m irk of till, which drove into the surf during the beai-hes being crowded, Hon i Dor- being considered by Governor today. s wo m eistnn ippeilSi iiuo mm BABY TJ1AY i LOOSE A FORTUNE GUY STILLMAN MAY ' BE DENIED FORTUNE OF $2500,000 NOW (International News Service.) NLW YORK. March 3$. Around a aahy little biue-eyed, biniling Guy Siillman, aged 1'S months centered today the attention of New, York's smial 4-'J and thousands' of otheu a ho have been amazed by the St'll Hian divorce scandal, one of tha most -ensational chapteis in all divoics history. Whether in; will he branded for HI and denied the $2.)Q fmo share in III St i 11 ma n fortune, because of chaiifes .of illegitimacy lodged against his mother hy J.unc?, A. Stillman,' inulf' miilionaier hanker, will ha indicated n some measure, befoie another wi ok. Justice Joseph Mon jjiau -er ban retired to d liberate on the papers filed in the case and must pans on Guy's legitimacy. MEXICAN POLICY IS FORMED BY HUGHES AND PRES. HARDING (United Press.) WASHINGTON'. March IS. A defi- nil ion of the Mexican policy is now ( being framed by President Harding land Secretary Hughes, it was learned todav on high authority. It is un derstood that adequate protection of i American Pfe and property will be I insisted upon as part of the policy. entire morning and ir. cor Is it-ported by it bureau as (U-iited Press.) LONDON. Mar. 2S. The most de structive arson campaign yet attempt ed iu Lugland by Sinn Keiners was carried out this Weekend, causing th....umiK nf iiounds of damage. In North Uiubcrk nil. Durham and York- j tiist shire forty faun fires broke out sim-j ultaneously. (The Associated Press.) WASHINGTON. Marih C. Htih rt Work, president vt ih Ane -r '. an Med ical asoeiat'.op. a u 1 ton':' r Kepuh lican National comuiineei.ian fiom ('l'rado. was t'ley fiven ii recess appointment by Pre ideio Haid iig as assistant postni istei' general P.ostou Chicago Kansas City Nf v.- York . . , ( 'iiicinna' ' ... Washington . New Orleans Atlanta for Ka.-ter th - United follows: High. Low. . . .VI 42 i!4 1)2 Mi s; i'.'.' Ml ;.i 4S fin SEVEN MORE APPEALS IN ANTI - PROFITEER CASES AREDISMISSED (United Press.) WASHINGTON". March is- Seven more appeals in the anti proliteoring cases under the Lev.r lau were dis missed in the Supreme Court today on motion of ;he f'-deial g-veni:nern. 1 FIVE MISSING MEN ;L0ST WITH BALLOON Un Press.) FEK3ACOLA y Mar. 25. Search continued it dawn for five miss 8eruaut3,, aboard a balloon that ' Moirn to BJa from here Tuesday. hope is Jield out for their res but dirigibles, seaplaues . and ' tontinue to patrol the gulf. COOLER WEATHER TO ; STRIKE SOUTHERN I STATES THIS WEEK; A Housecleaning Tip for Husbands THIS lS ON-e IOMT r3CLtV& 4 ) .TiO AesoLl.tted t-"rr; v KHlN"GTtN. March eatnor bureau .-innoiui' ind cooler we;-th"r for lanlh: states w amines w erf The el lot a I rain? th" s-m'h At ..night. Cold wave ordered for the ea-'t tU-0'.THS IS BVV.V-! run- ON VoUU. GV.AU TOWS an ,-WiE MAKING IT HOT ' FOR "RUANTS IN DUVAL I 'ACKSONVII LU. Mar. 2S.--Juige tae, vho 3i asides over Duval ty's Juven le tourt. has b en 'ing a Wicted iuiluiul ciub Jiis The Ass-citnd Press) Ul on Vrrli t-.-hool bora. Four . 1 : v, ; TON". Mar V.A six n igro truiuts have been i sters of -silted to th ; ludustrial School Cot - (f tllf. -s, at MarUnna. Judge (.uthrie Glares jo i. u nd to do his part to 4 enforcing the 1 iw requiring -iroa to attend public or private rejularlj. t;ulf Midi states an 1 ie. and So'ith ne.il poitions of th'! Mlantie regiou. EASTER EGG ROLLING ENJOYED BY KIDUItS m EE HEAVILY TAXED BY NEW LAW Young- Wash n;"toti iooK po-S'siea ; While lio'is" lawn uniay to. . the flit Haste-- egg ro.... g si.ue, 1917 PnsaieTit ILiidinSs back yai.1 . was" swamped by thousands of tbil-j dren. armed with baskets of color-' I j weatherIFuoy AT I CLEARWATER FOR THE LAST DAY OF FLIGHTS; ; ' -. (The As, oclated Prss.) tOxSTANTlr OPLK, March 2S. irnit!d at th srowiug depopulation Turktry, the Turkish Nationalist Anient id cinsideiins a bill Irfci alt .e, :,irKi "5 in' mo.e to! flight fry, and h k..n... m mat ;is(! Ilaxi races (The Associated Press) CLKAnWATlCU. March 2S.--Over ca-'t fki.'-s were in order for the last dav of the National Southern Air to; tournament lu-r. lb-re whs a ir.. ih.o lore-.moii. .in"" .'. " -'.- and a titty nun? seapi..uv - . '. t Bite H ) WITH Tnt 1 vAtFB 5 ? ' Ll HOL CUtAN.NQ WV0ND0V-)T 4 ,K (The Assoclatefl Press.) CHICAGO. Mar. 2S. The railway labor board today dismissed appeals for inerea-ed wages filed last tail by fifteen railway labor unions again.-! sixty seven short lines throughout the country. The short lines which ac cepted lor their men terms of six hun dred million dollars in the wage award of last July will not be privi leged t' go back to the old scale un der todiiv's !.(. isi. in, the board an no;in ed. Railroads Affected T.i--' lailroais a fleered include th" Apahc ho ola Northein. Atlanta and Si. Andrew- Hay. Charlotte liaibor .iiii Northern Florida. Central and Gulf. Georgia and Florida. Guif. Fior id and Alabama. Haw kiic iii. and Florida Southern. Tampa and G:j;? 'im.-i and Tariipa Nor: hern. LIEUT. CoITtILL ALIVE, NO IMMEDIATE DirajFJIS DYING. I United l-'resa , -. ' ! ' : !f... Mar. 1'. Lieut Con-v. - le.-e siine was f,-a.-tur" 1 by . fall - near ("tow vilie. La. Friday is no' :b"wi!!i ,; iriiprovrniont Hi.-. ! ni per it:ir- is In.: and .,. ording to phy i.i. Hi - ii.. i. t!"t ill ini'nedi.ile danger of deaih. A. fi. & A, STRIKERS TO CONTINUE STRIKE FOR HIGHER WAGES. SAID (International News Service.) AT LA NT , March 2S. A. B. i A. strike. s anuouui ed today their inten tion :o (iiutiiiiie the strike to the eud. Ife. i iver Pugg, at the name time, an nounced. "We aie operating and will (oniinue to do so with men filling union men's places. W f -r !.. in a i i - cxp". ieij in i he ', ud w i! i b" tiie gne-t in y at 1 heel Kidgev oo I ;. el r. Li n 'i, tli w iil il'-Ii . r ; ai Co- Auditorium T.je.-i.i :. i.iid -r : Ue auspi', e.-. of lb1' ,1 c.i-h U".-i t' r comptun. on s -.il.j. i t.s. whi' h is Ire-'. AMBASSADORS TO BE NAMED TO SENATE AT THE SPECIAL SESSION (United Press.) VASUINGT'i)., March 2. Nomi-teii-iiii i-i i.uportunl ainbdosadorships '1! i :'. t. th" Senate by Prssi-d-nt H.iidiiig soon uiter the convfti ""; 'f ! -pe.ia! s"-;.-ion of t'on it whs b'di'iicd today. Th- i .en .i,.:' 'en of Col. George Harvey a 'ie'.,i . -,eor to Crei't iirifain will ba ne "f He- fi;.-i '.."!;'. ,T PCI CS NATIONAL GUARD CO. MAY DE HOWTIZER3 i T. I'iiT 'KHSHCPvG, Mar. 28 .': i' are I." ing tdkin to effect the onv.r. ion il t!o loe.ii heHdqaaiters ."ii p., u;- ' lie:- Florida National c.'urd in'o a ho'vit'tr 1 ompany. Un '1 1 i th- army rKUlutioiu head- . i i i . '.;np .ni- - are abolished an 1 ie;i'.ie..,j i,v -'i viie ei. in ;,,. U ie Capf. (e-ojge i. Co ;ij.-k is in charKe of ar- - ;..r the transfer and is .HUM ii'" rice-.ary 'l .-a aiiizai ii.ji at pre.-nt r; :t( ly Vi officers rang! in, ni '. V ing in i'i. n T h' . Oi'i jil i -ct; and enlist il!)'.).' i men W.J, BRYAN AND WIFE NOW MEMBERS OF A MIAMI raES. CHURCH (The Associated Press ) .VIAM!, March 2S.--William Juj niiigs P.ryan and wife yej-teiua tiai,-.-i 1 1 i tie n inembeiship from th. 1. ui. on, .S'. braska. Presbj ler.aii 'nuicli to the Kir.-'. I'restivi. i iL ijnl-e'-, i" UNIDENTIFIED MAN FOUND DEAD UNDER CHICAGO SIDEWALK (The Associated Press.) CHICAGO. March 2S.- A midnight visit of '.vll!re .scd woman to a side walk ryst, re:,u!'" 1 early today in ihe di-r.-.overy of the body of an uu id niiiied man about aj years of age. lie had b"en dead about two mouths. Hi.; hand held a ro ,ary. A watch nun saw the woman approach the sidewalk near a va.aa lot, Gig iiouti and titer a hole uud'ir the. -aik When she left, lit taiieu a pilv.:ZiLl In e-:' iaa' ion -n---lo;ed tbO bodi 1 i ) ! i j i i i 1 1 1:' l tirv,v ,tf.rl Ir. t i l ,v- i li e ?h" toiirtii' I'!"" i A'