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Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - February 13, 1923, Denton, Texas 1 in Ruhr DISCUSSED BY KING GEORGE IN ADDRESS was discussed by George today In his address from throne opening the second of the Parliament of nit reign He declared that although unable lo or participate In tlm It was acting In such a way OB nol to aaa lo thf ties of Great Britain's allies The Klne regretted that the Hast treaty was declined by the delegation but he hoped Clint the Turkish government may till bo to accept the treaty He welcomed prospective of tha British war debt to iho Slates F Feb 33 of Law In and Lord In tbe House of predicted nine life French advance In the would end tar as well as for Germany two spokesmen tbe premier sneaking to crowded lower house while the foreign -ad- dressed Ibo on the occasion of Parliament all Eu- rope Is Imperiled by the occupation and Its potentialities Feb railroads of the were laker over by the Vrench and Belgians today A proclamation was Issued an- that henceforth the roads win under orders of tho forces German railroad will he employed if they agree o obey orders Trains through tho territory will carry a rmm a in the cab with the engineer to prevent sabotage The are to operated for thc of the Traffic to the s or the German civilians will bo resumed however as fast us German railroad men return to work under military orders Gern United officers Gorman guests in the hotel with riding whips last io n German version ot n disturbance In which bayonets and machine guns were Into play civilians here Following this Incident and thc discharge under French orders of the staffs of two of largest lintels fur their refu to servo Liberty Bond Market NEW YORK Feb bond 3 first 1 second fourth 4 VIClory 4 Liverpool Cotton United Feb opened steady 1 lower to 4 closed quiet S lower to C higher January 13.U 13 36 February 15.41 March 15.26 1523 May 15.00 15.03 July 13.84 13.73 October 13.66 Spots steady 16 higher demand email Sales 6.005 American 4.600 Imports 5.000 American 3.700 Mid- lo the Invaders anti-French posters appeared on walls and n KK the city They had been during the night Fell town of has been marks to be paid tomorrow In view of thc encounter there yesterday between German police and Krench gendarmes The burgomaster the chief of police nnd believed to have been Involved In the were ar- rested A German policeman was killed and two French were wounded the affair says the French official version of the dent public today TEXAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 13 1923 Many Die in Dawson Mine Horror l REPORTS TELL OF ALARMING TURK ACTIVITY Keh reports Turkish activities rore In Athens tills afternoon from reliable sources The reported lo have broken the nnd to have concentrated In ther New York Cotton United NEW VORK Feb opened steady 6 to 12 higher ed steady 1 to 5 higher on near months and 3 to 15 lower on distant months May 28.20 July 27.78 October 25.35 December 25.09 Spots Quiet as revised 28.05 middling Fort Worth Livestock FOR Feb In tha division Tuesday to head of cattle and calves The steady The hog market was active with liberal receipts or 2.800 head Pigs were In good demand and steady were weak at lower Sheep were steady head stock- era cows heifers 13.50 bulls 12.51 57 canners yearlings fl medium mixed light 7.40 rough heavy rough Sheep and lambs ov 7 DO culls OTR sheep feeder lamb's JG Chicago Grain Prill Feb tho hy profit takers late In on thc board of trade wheat oats and rye showed net gains Corn was weak duo to 1 heavy receipts and large Wheat reached a new high figure for tho crop July and September in thc two month being life heaviest on account of a severe cold wave sweeping the wcst winter wheat section which It feared would Injure thc train July reached and ber Corn showed losses at the close although nome strength developed earlier In In flood buying by commission houses Cold weather will cut down receipts traders About tla were taken for export wag n general for oats July September IB July 76 September 77 40 July 45 September 43 City Livestock Prtn KANSAS Feb lower Heavies packers and Receipts 11.000 market steady fed steers to fair dressed beef Western steers Southern steers cows 12 and feeders calves Local Produce 25 ytre eggs 6c table packing stock per ALQUIN CONFESSES TO KILLING OF LOS ANGELES POLICEMAN Phil recently deported from to Chief nf Police that he killed Tolin T OKO the Tlic jave cm the trn ier arc arming Ottoman situation Is described us fever Ish The soviet government IB reported to have landed Important stores of on the eastern coast of Thrace for use of ILe Turks Dry Enforcement Conference United Frets WASHINGTON Feb eni will call another net ot governors to consider nnd moans of enforcement the country us POOH as the straighten out affairs SIX PERSONS NATURALIZED HERE TUESDAY On hearings before Judge C R Pearman In tho Sixteenth District Court six applicants were granted naturalization and made ie haa as XeL boon net for conference which Js to take here n venr and stated confession was said o c s on which details of suggestions al lie In JUon um is telling Chief Oakes'ner for sixteen last Do he hml boon to me sn Oakes k-t him In n and foil til in ham mid He untd Dint un tlie of liW he went tn KPO it it the house Tlie girl he went Me lie on ihc door ami an out lih hip ho ami ran Senate to Consider Debt Settlement Wednesday Feb ment today by the ate leaders lo lhc administration hill tomorrow frir consideration of British debt legislation t MAX EIGHT frus EL PASO It Paxton assistant to William ident of the Orient Railroad has been sleeping He re- turned In January from Mexico where he had been directing Im- provement work and complained of At tlic hospital it was paid ho was treated with serum and that physicians hope for his recovery 13 Keports of all STATE snows AUSTIN Feb a the railroads show a derease in the 11 months of 1022 ending Nov 30 last and a In revenues hut despite this fact a substantial income Is shown Total revenues of tho 11 months are with ating cost of net profit of The ratio of operating revenues to operating expenses was 81.73 per cent last year against 81.31 per cent for the previous AT FOIt TEXARKANA 1 A Mon Is arranged for Alvin M national commander of tho American Legion when he is uled to visit hero on Feb 27 and members of neighboring Legions are being Invited to attend M II I MILWAUKEE Feb 13 Alvin M national commander ot lie American Legion left after at- the State convention here sairt to hr suffering with SET IV VAN Feb radio receiving set has been installed in he First Methodist Church here Kuit tonight cloudy colder In went cloudy Texan partly nmf cold In north with of 10 to colder In portion Maximum yesterday 14 today 51 2 p m 29.76 7 a m today Humidity 7 a m today H fur cent VAX HAH VAN Feb post of the American Legion has been organized here with thc ration last night of members into the Burk Post of this Legion named for Lieut Hobart Burk killed in Prance In action V B Cooper was named post com- mander nnd Dr C H Reseda post adjutant zens of the United States Tuesday Thc hearings were conducted morning and details of Movement of munitions and naturalization und tho from the Interior to and iv tho completed the Is In a- Tuesday afternoon from Greek sources In willed of San Antonio to M II examiner for tho Suite conducted tho hearings and on his Judge acted in all eocene one case In which he overruled tin motion of the examiner and granted ship to the applicant Citizenship was granted Herman Angus Uecker of Route 1 William Oehlke H A Wolfsohn Denton p C Joseph F Ar- 1 Christian Denton Route 2 Of fifteen costs of on file six were continued for n year for various reasons were the implications ot Moses Derman Denton Herman Krum Joe Wichita Kails Joseph Zellner Point Albert Koutu 2 Three applications were ed on motion of the examiner on account ot having claimed exemption during tho World War from military service because of aliens The lants were instructed the year period on thin condition would expire Nov 12 1023 and that they could applications after that time Jurors The jurors summoned for the first week of the term and who were in attendance at the Court Tuesday were Tuesday afternoon by Judge who announced that nil jury cases set for first week had ed of without to trial PURL PROPOSES INVESTIGATING GIRLS SCHOOL AUSTIN Keb of of the Training School ni is for n In Hie liv Turt The lies developed tn the of to In nut the oil f Texas the CONTRACT FOR OWNERS PART OAK PAVING LET that reports Sconee vs Announcement was nade by at- for the plaintiff Monday that hy agreement the suit f-f Claude vw M 1C t T Uy Co for damages that has been pending here since 1914 has been mottled by agreement The lie tn the case shows paid Sconce and agreed on page 4 und It current of the lug reports such on would be asked Dr Currie Smith of the school Issued a statement recently In which she said she would welcome 11111 The will have opportunity lo ass upon a preferential primary It when Davis of Introduced 11 Mil only one primary tion nnd eliminating a The for n hanking ed to in thc It cuts sonic salaries provided Killed United out the enacting clause the House after heated debate killed thc an- school Mil Baker of The vote 72 nnd C4 The nf the measure was made complete by vole to reconsider anil table The motion tu strike the by genc If of mid he was by of County If you this ron will rulse more hilly hell In Hum you could put on shouted In speaking In support nf mount's motion Von will trouble from one end nf the lo die oilier anil I am afraid bloodshed Kill the hill If you want ponce In 3 Senator In county juvenile hy the on Tho W M Co Was ed lor the property ers part of the paving for West Oak at a special session of thc City Commission meeting with tho West Street committee unlay afternoon when blda were opened and tabulated The Jagoe firm was the only one of seven bidders to file bla for tho entire Job The others bid for only a part of the work The JaBoe bid for and ters crushed stone macadam base bound with asphalt oil the two-inch rock asphalt surfacing Is to extent mately 7.326 lineal feet Under this contract the city of enton Us of the cost Is to prepare tho for the and roll tho base and bear the expense of tho street Intersections besides most of the cost of the adjustment ot the old M B Co contract H by Mayor Hennen Monday afternoon In the sion meeting that tho city's part of the paving work Iho street bridge department will do will to about 000 The contract as awarded to W M Jagoo Co provides It In subject to completion by the property ers for whom the Weal Oak Street has acted city n T Koch ia dual data showing tho actual cost jo property owners arid when this Information is complete the West Oak committee will present the matter to each property owner individual for him to thus relieving the city of any obligation In passing nn assessment ordinance property On inch curb and as was started on the street under the termer contract lew bid Is for per lineal foot making foot the city will have to pay in of thc old in tho agreement niro It was stilted This amount will be paid by the for all curb and gutter com- under the old contract cording tu the agreement Charter Amendments Provide for Appointive Officials ma Six by 24 In lineal feet Inch curb and gutter 10 lineal feet 6 inch concrete gutter Sic por foot crushed limestone yards stono screenings cublo yards CS 42.10 13.150 B lons iff or Texaco No 65 gallons lOc 1800 B Inch Surfacing 331 square yards 51.10 inch rock asphalt square yarda 11.15 T The other 2 lnF to irn which he 4 A Little Early on crushed stone and Construction Company on concrete work binding oil surfacing N on concrete work nlona Other Aliened but not tabulated were from companies desiring to supply certain materials and who bid on that alone To Order Election City Attorney In- to prepare an ordinance ordering election for April 3 tho regular election date for election of two commissions to succeed I If Minor and vr C Orr whoso terms expire at that lime Employment of n city engineer to succeed V a resigned was considered reported he had been with an en- about tho position nnd the commission Instructed him to use his own in employment of one It that with prospect of the Went Oak Street work being started soon ns well as the new septic tank an neer was needed nil the time Hennen reported Iho Court had offered to havo the south end of South Locust Street If the city would in a new bridge to re- the old wooden structure on the street at tho end of tho dono by tho city The bridge would to be foet In width concrete abutments and estimated the cost would be be- tween and for a sub- stantial bridge Tho bridge waa Instructed to meet with tho Court In session this and tlic matter nnd was lo net Report from Hennen showed 30.000 of thc Improvement money Is still tied up In assessments with quite a lot of paper past due Ho staled that In some Instances on Oakland and llnnn Avenues whore Iho third Is past aoma erty owners had not Paid iho first assessment Hooper Instructed to prepare action for collection of all assessments past due nnd other as they came due assessments for tho paving on tha square reported past changes wero ed In the present city charter In thi report of tho Charter filed Monday afternoon with IS City Commission The re- commended were and ed and tho Commission accept them without passing upon the its of the recommendations but the fact that motion carried ing City Attorney Hooper u Pare an ordinance ordering the tlon for April 3 the time of thc an- city election Indicated that ih Commissioners were recommendations Thc of tho charier commission ed In were J C Coll o Hooper H o 1 Ivey and Fred H Minor ho offices of mayor city shal nnd city attorney would made appointive as under the 1011 charter before It was amended tlon 7 of Article 3 amendment Iho ties of the mayor permitting the Commission to prescribe such duties as It sees fit dulien enumerated arc of chief executive of the city to bo appointed by lhc Commission und serve during Measure of the Commission tor a term not ing two years and mar bo ed by tho Commission without no- lice he shall bo responsible to the Commission for proper tion of nil of tho city and appoint department heads sub- mil ling his appointments tn ing to bo Commission for nnd his recommendations to be In- cluded In the records of thc ments Ho Is given power to re- move heads of departments with- out notice Ho Is made magistrate of tho corporation court unless ordered liy Commission He shall prepare and submit the annual budget on Ilio basis of malea made by tho bends of de- nnd thD bends are re- quired to muke up the estimates and such other of their de- nt stated Intervals and when by the mayor lie shall sign nil warrants on ury nnd all legal of city und give In a anin proved by thc Commission nnd his shall to he fixed by the Commission re- quired to file reports in with the secretary on the condition of the city with such re- commendations as ho shall necessary When account nf any de- he shall re- quire the of tho department to file a report In writing willi tho next regular or special meeting 01 the Commission explain [UK the sons for such overdraft tin nil Authority Tho amendment recommended to 1 of Article 20 gives the city tho expressed authority to Is sue bonds for public Improvements All bond Issues would bo submitted to the volo uf tho people excepting Issuance of refunding bonds The bonds must be made payable within n term uf years that comes within tho of purpose for which they are voted and not lo exceed 40 years Tho Issuance of serial bonds fs made mandatory Amendment lo Section C of Ar- ticle 17 would for ment nC both men nml women for for a poll tax and conforms the atato law In LOGAN RESIGNS AND B C JACKSON NAMED TO FILL OUT TERM JACKSON of A as y on account of was received by the County Com- Court Monday afternoon mil was accepted and Brent C ackson was appointed to ilin ard took over the duties of lio office at once presiding at a iart of tlic afternoon session ot the Commissioners Court nation briefly that he was lo effect that data of sickness After his nomination In tho nary last July Logan suffered a of affected Ills eft side lie elected the election anil qualified the if tho year for the office Since bat be haa been at the louse u few times on official less but most of tho time waa con- to his room Considerable connected with conducted at his home son his closest opponent in the Uly primary Jackson filed his bond In tho sum of afternoon and Us approval took the oath of sureties nro B Smoot J Deinin and W O Orr County Attorney U Vf Boyd wan to appoint J Marshall Koons of Banger as assistant ty attorney at n salary not ing to he paid from the fees of the office Appointment of chief suid by various county officials was authorized by court Monday afternoon tax assessor was granted authority to appoint a chief deputy nml two assistants and five deputies lack clerk granted to point u chief deputy and four nnd assistants J H tax collector was granted iiy to a chief deputy and live assistants list of WORK TO SUCCEED FALL AND NEW TO FORMER Frilt WASHINGTON dont Harding lias to immo General Work ns of the Interior to succeed hert H It waa learned after cabinet lonay Senator Harry Now uf this Included tho to r and the chief bers of the Fire deputy and two assistants havo not Amendment to of Article would raise thc amount for which bids must bo by tho city from to for public printing public ments and public works of every kind and supplies for thc city Amendment to Article 1 of Charter would eliminate sections j 2 nnd 3 also Include thu metes nnd hounds of the cily and would create the body arid corporate nnd grant In tho City or nil powers and and privileges to ties ot Inhabitants or more by the nnd lawn ot of Texas Il explained that ns amendment mado elections for ating territory that -le- I fining of the nnd hounds was For midget Amendment to Article 21 would by addition or other manors a budget system for the city and overdraft by any ment an unlawful expenditure Tiie budget based on estimates from tho heads of different must bo prepared nnd filed by the Mayor not later than two months the close ot tho your It shall show nn Itemized statement f i named Thi lists submitted Included the names of their present names 13 only three deputies at this time Including hLs chief deputy Mrs C Tierce Tax Collector Barnes has filed his state and county bonds and they 1 live been approved tho state bond In the sum of nnd tho bond In he sum of CUO Tlie sureties of each are W B John J W II P Schweer J I Wright and J R wero approved nnd he took tho oath of office of following precinct officers havo been Wood floln public weigher Precinct 7 51.000 J 1 public nt Krum Precinct 5 J W Justice or peace Precinct 3 J T Mohon justice of peace 7 Los Angeles Gunmen Kill Negro Guard and Rob Bank Car of Registered Money Feb 13 nn of Indiana be named postmaster general to succeed Work Treasure is being to bear Jho to make tho soon In order men may be to ako holr places on March -1 the dale of Pall's retirement and formal ment of both hi ed to bo from iho While he budget would also show an Itemized statement of tho taxes ro- nnd the of the city from all other for tho ensuing year with in parallel of tho laxes and other revenues fur the current ami next year nnd of tho Increases or or proponed ana n of the financial of tho city for tho current nnd tho next two preceding years nnd such other Information ns may bo required by tho budget shall bo published In n dally newspaper published In ton One not later than two woeks ufter lln nnd primed shall be t-i j ns the bandits tho holdup Two other guards on tho money car it of thots Charges Detective Agencies Tried to Frame Radicals A vate nought to frame Ids tn tbo ot depositions for tlw ot nr Mich lust mer n former for Hie nnd eles suld hud lo frolic C 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