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Derrick (Newspaper) - June 24, 1924, Oil City, Pennsylvania it a ESTABLISHED IN NO THE OIL CTTY DERRICK 16 PAGES TIIK OK OIL fife IESDAY MORNING JUNE 24 1924 16 PAGES PRICE THREE COOS CITY STARTS MOVE TO PROTEST GAS MAUGHAN SUCCEEDS B B H- Y W C A ORGANIZED HERE WITH 450 MEMBERS m mil m MEN m IT THEIR MAUGHAN AND HIS tCIS ON mm EVE FINDS DARK HORSES HOPEFUL AS A DEADLOCK IS win eras THE STEP Grit Wins and Third City Solicitor of Directors is Brings Its Co-operation of Other Cities in Will Meet at 11 This Horning 0 C Favorites Claim a Certainty of Winning Constitution and Budget Accepted ARRIVAL AT CRISSY FIELD IS AT COUNCIL HAS OFFICERS PRESENT President and Secretary Each Speak Against High Fuel QUARTERS TO BETTER EQUIPPED Crowd Greets Lieutenant as He Comes Down on San Francisco to order noon time by Hull hy Brief of tbe caU of t if rary ot A t In 10 hy of nnd Atul ol In of SESSION IS DUE AT 12 for to Support Wider Activities is to Begin on June 28 One year fioren met In the Y M C A room few score Girl mft at the Girl center today a permanent T- VV C A Ii In Oil with a charter membership of persons and of of and woman neir rapid laj demonstrated hit OH City la In need of a Young Women's on and lut evening it the T M C A thU need wu mti by 110 girls and who voted to who a board of directors and who adopted a budget of for coming year Inst Mable Krall was summoned lo Oil City to up Gin work or under the name of the of Women's clubs of Oil city IB a report of her work that Tg Reserve luncheons and had been carried out in that time nnd ibat m In and Inrlualrr ot the nature hail been held and that the need nf a to care for more activities wu felt J 11 Sis he lil when It decided to A T C X In Oil City since that time rM-QUK committees hive been at work making plans that have culminated day evening j At this the constitution and nnd Tlie local U to alter national Ion En with IS to 24 members on the board of directors and five members on hoard of trustees are to elected Cor terms of two anil three Jt held In Juno October and February of year From selection of JS board of directors was MrF E C J Myra Xrt C A E R Fred Mrs Frank Mrs C K Miss Mrs K H H Mrs A C Morck HIM Mackenzie A T Peterson Mrs ROM Torter Georce Mrs John Reid Robinson E R Shepard Mrs J Veach Wallen Herbert W ami FT n Bearer May Come from Outside Score By The San Fran die o June completed hit from York to Sin Francisco when he at Gritty at p m lit In Sin Francisco al p Aj soon aj the men broke through police bick rowd the field anJ greeted he filer A liter marring and shouting w Kile automobile irens 1 la a of over the Geld ini surrounded trie Mauchan on field nt tho corner snS Haled ti tho center the field where he the corner of a miss of The way was however for ta La BIG POWER UNIT OF CLARION'S MAMMOTH PROJECT NOW ON FULL on of the council anil o Oil City council liM night entered the of possible ot the In by the United Natural its Co iKe The company an of from SO centi net to ntl of council came after at previous meeting protect tho had received from the Central council and After petition council o protect the hAd bern tHM the latier the ot J H nnd Secretary A A of Central council spoko briefly In of o lhat the council tske toward the that council to Instruct the solicitor A H to pond with Of cities In field by ot a to co-operation In a before public service Commission In the of the Mr 1 speak for all of libor the city and of He ihen a held with the council committee nnd nf company nnd Mil these laLor men of it ty the -In the company also thit it i to a return on Lta plant Is itn York June The national convention will in Mail Is on Square Garden at noon with hli tor deadlocked U chief In disagreement over anil a leader to out of Lho of their Indecision In the vaat arena of old political to He enacted luch live forever in political Jt will be a battle of men with shield tempered in the radiance ol flame ol Despite the difference convention looking to over to Jts and ItB RIOJI serious difficulty ol n spirant t for presidency been placed before In fevered pre- convention there r Alton ton Ip lit thM convention find even In n the Tn pledged William U McAdoo stands well of all of tibi com tors Smith the Idol of ft that will put him In second place on opening ballot line will be ranged a Ions list of whow were predicting hoth of the leaders be la the end by the bitter r valry between them was a of In ol both Smith and that kindled to a fever heat and kept hotel of Xew York echoing with the cheors of marching Mr McAdoo of f flying reports tha eonic of to him were to quit Iho fisht after early ballots a group o hla supporters In rt public iptech that no had been rent to Iho betray Governor a crowd ot thousands lo a civic was welcomed roara ot nnd acclaimed by his partisan aa the next prcs the ilay most o the slate held to com rare and plan pirt o Mg tone ot of them o un certainty anJ speculation hut 1 thn many who will have convenllon votes aro to Uona of they their lo their for or that candidate on roll Campaign Heads Are Strong On Claims But Give No of River Is Turning Generator of June One cf ot the development near load today for time and a Iho Clarion U noiv which the of power nf the Clarion river hai Cf people the dam and locked the great work trial has thoro the past few of them brought ani the afternoon and Hit Ircm the dain It from All or greit die ot tht dim has cten completely nnd during wme ot lime tlic in action Lul Jt wai nut toJay It was to produce nt Its fui The dam proper lx a hU thine In fm tha In can be 1 T-y a to U It to 1 height vt above the level the Huns trv led rock bed At a of n to 13 ftf i work 1 0 lo lij Mcked up water ror I many a ft In the vicinity of C In ton The of on the of he iKm the height of work over a ol the Bn U n can not man he anA a mecca for Tottn On U town which by cnn nrm with dink at r m his time for tha 1.170 line from New Including five M under of the lima tha would ire ally almoM overcome with emotion and Jubilant at the victory which had achieved to when hLi lo a Hon Hli face bore a and drawn from the hy of service and on through the to a door of the army Him In Field NV V Lieutenant him i In the of Mijor Ham Jr of roll thi In Kin Smith and Many Others Are Seeing SUICI TO FRIGHT nrn Considers Proposal for Security Ordinance at BUSY DECIDE VERY York The ol finds rival an of victory bui a of on which their Not of to whAl he to voles to On nf Riven In Mite and thf who arc he present Intention of iht 1.05 v Ii their aupport on oil imoni a full On that and In 1 Ii Thai WIlHim 0 on nnd Hint Al will be in with about 210 Mo it of the 100 out In blocks nf SO or Senator M Cox ami havo In 50 votts few nrp to 31 ti of 1 150 In to the credit of the to be from time to as in y Is lor tha at In to council List tr A H Al o Mr he matter wus left until tho next lo arronl fur Iht In Hie In the fii HUT cf the a liml the farm hv the dly Mr Knurl thil a of ami that a mm he to ihr of Oil an supply nf ill limes It he nf whatever the cost the water plant mint anil t h tho author will he at the nest on and trt of Elm nnd to provide for of at Ihr the nf for remarked the the In lo to 11 difference was KFI o Only XT re received he thirl one for Friend Killed Sell Because Nervous Over Liquor OF MONEY In a way Mr MM It la Iho use iho furl in a lot ot people poor pec pie who have to to the of pas can the nho lo tlon a dor of the have o lonk to other fuel In the tuture hut no fur A prohibitive price the tn illy council of the to carry en thin ot the iho council ran Davis briefly what the hail mM ami of In cuch thin and tho Delict of that if tfi a return Is a virtue raid the lahor prudent l-m horn c-f Si from being ft virtue fr C Shaffer 1 caution tn and out It trt h- ve movement expense of a Council then Look the action in the TbI New York June Smith of former losing tile of Onion H hli trt ac1 11 Sn the return for Al tike with Hen y o thi Mellon tho on develop trial Mr Mellon In to a or n Meim Smith had him to act in hlj agents fur or the Al n when of the Hie and rild ThP dn Ho he that h- Toull enforce leH all he Tht next Smith imi found frT the of liquor from in order to how were out and le In A JIM lo It him lo accept ftr the nf Liquor money r craved In he ovtr to Smith on TO CHANGE STAND ON SCHOOL SALARY State Council tn of Teachers in Philadelphia Tht Siate Council of of T In at rtf 1.100 In C und mem The council the C K thr of school ot the flnt rf ful to the of any or jroup of of and on other hand huve full in anr or All of now hy council of It thi nf lion tio rhuncn he thli time In thf regulations on which on S on SENATORS ARE BUT FEAR ATTACK FIELDS SHOWING On paK ELECTROCUTED IN CENTER COUNTY jun Clf counly nf r nf trt n hU the men they went to were not will be In the the be the convention to take upon Ua own tha of picking a continue by following blindly advice of Hate and no In of victory from ol both hut there was no denying growing of optimum among the of the favorite COM who Tor rail Into shadow hy strength of the two after lAnce over the as It developed put tew revered ol leaders of the and decided to tht of Senator formal convention There wai Uter of the however when of that hli be Mm forward At farly a In opinion In which Thonm the to activities paw nn Increase In the IMe Pt aMlon ions And and the clven of advice hy about the the ol H B n W nf criticism hoth from mme of the and rome ot Governor Smith M MM M Completed Are Larger at Beginning ot Week's bland to to Senate Safety SAYS WOMEN TEASED HIM AND HE SHOT HELD TO FACE LIQUOR n s AuJ Ohio made n little filler the of iht jit iho of the of On Oil Co Ami In II net H of Intl 71 In thr nme and In the 15 In U Jane Tit 11 Island tUte of them accompanied by Mr In a al the Hotel light this morning down for a long star declaring that only a hy S Rhode of would to home a hy the party lit which the of dating from K Lieut democrat anit the op of he nii and hw lo hh atd a of the of the community the who a of appear that of tW ton June find Another no that will an the of in North Sr The tool Anthony 31 who WAI And po-HCP hr the him Mary was tiM Ihree In laid on Af of Ku Held For the of Mr nn nf and Rerd the f marie an on which A mid was on the home of Frank Ivr HUM ell If of thf hive Intel city jaU to of LODGES IN BABY'S TARIFFS ARE PUT ON Find Loot St June of on out dr thi 11 In the in a on the north lire J Jl HAH CHARGED WITH on July hive the Jt Co In limit r Mercer from five o Ii 3 Infant of of was of in he tuhe he remove It and Dr will GIRLS DROWN WHILE June It In from ihp Slates on 1921 of HI In bv O tn lliu rlK YaM ROM In hAll Tor were this In tho lun In TAln tn 1 it of Spring DERRICK'S EXCLUSIVE OIL NEWS M PAGES 12 F Braman V V June John ror Mrs Arn nnd Central of at Attorney Dies Jane W of the States the A rim Indira lion kl Tita Titra M rm
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