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   Camden Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1933, Camden, Arkansas                                 Hu The Vitim Wortb Whüe in The County  N TIMES  öuachita Cwmtv'e Leading Weekly Newspaper  Volume hi  CAMDEN. ARKANSAS THURSDAY, MARCH 2.  FOUR PAGES  NUMBER 266  IWOnUGEDIESra *M ARKAIISAS TODAY  Parafould, March 1, —(iip)— N<Nlnt Latimer, ag<d 12, was killed itnd her father, Earl Latimer, 47, railroad employe, sc-rioualy injured when the auto mbMle in which he was driving her to iKrhool wa» struck by a noHhbound Cotton Belt passenger train at a cros.sing lierc.  T  Fayetteville, March 1. (/P)— Wenley Eakin, atjed 12, wa;; turned to death and his brother, J. R. Eakin» ag-d 25, w«s crit ically burned in a blaze which destroyed their home early today.  The mother and father and an-otiter couple escaped.  Hie origin of the blaae war undetermined.  Officers For The New Year Elected On Tuesday  Awaits New Occupants The Last Democratic Chieftian  Arkadelphia Bandit is Cáught After Wild Chase  Arkadelphia, Mar. 1. (Spiicial, Clifford Ma.sscy, i-x convict and fonner Little Uock “big shot” bootlegger wa.s uncsted lu-rt* Tuesday aftei-noon aft'r ht- ana an unidentified companion hiid robbed the First National Uanl; of Arkadelphia of $i»,200. Al! .the money wa.s recovered.  The robbers < ntort*<l the banl; shortly before tJie clo.sing iiour of 4 o'clock and flourishint; their gunK, rushed the four official.; and employe-s and alxjut 15 cu.^ tomars, herding them into small rear room. Oni- ol ih.' thugs stood j;U‘‘rd over tiuMi; while the other wont into tho front part of the bunk vault, seixed what money was r«-udily .accetistble and fled luistily. W. V. vicc prcjridtnt of the bank, tiiat fcho    tt»  >i4e; lesü than two minutes. •However, th<; robbers had been i «nteriiig the bank by tw. it*year-old Nefio boy.->, Clifton > tondft and Sandefur Cool' j y 'were sUnding on Uu* .iiU - ¡ k in front of the l>ank an<l ' fcw one of the men lou.sen a jfui. j his pocket as he went in li»* i or. They ran to t' 11 nu i -1 chants in adjoining stores an'l the alarm wa.s .spread rapidi>.  fftccr.i and anm*d citiztii -luickly. fillfd the ;<Ut ct.s amJ Jley» in U»e vicimty of Uu- bank. MasüC'y, identified as the rob ir who took the money fron. bank, dashed into an ¡Jley ip rear of the bank btiildiníí. fu.silade of bhot* fired at him George Burris, ai»í*i!tti»nt post.-|wter, c«u.Hed him to jump >nt( ümall court lichind the I’ink 4 Grocery Company store. II' n went throuuh the rear <ioor the ifrocei’y ht«jri*, only t<> ' n Ljnter the proprietor, Jolm >ulliou» and Kd Foi'nton. hot!' led, who forced the thufi }p hiK gun.  Search revealed two back; filled with momy cr;uiuned into • ventilator hole in the jjrounu back of the grocery.  The other robber aÍ!*u cuii.^eil great excitettlént I'ut finail,. made hi» getaway. Several wo men membuM of the Kir^l I’leB byterlan church were in the Sun-Uay School room of the churcb when Mrs. George Uewn, Arkadelphia libraiian, hoaid a nois* in a rear room. Going to inves tigate, she wiw a man anned with two pi.'stol.s, looking out a south window and down the ai ley where Masacy was attemplinf; to escape. He turned and pointed the guns at her. Mr«, l)ew^ bcreamed and the other womer. Hprcad alarm. By the time of ficors reached the church, however the robber had made gooii hi» cKcape. He Kft behind a suit of tan coverall.s and several pistol cmtiidges.  It wa.s learne«! tlmt during th. robbery attempt, a third man was sitting under the wheel a red Chevrolet car and that made off in the car as «oon a> shootint; begun. Shenff loi ' ftUason found the car 11 miU^ north of Arka.l* Iphia on Higl> way 67, where it had been abandonad tonight.  MasHey said that the cai ,Ntn »tolen In Hot Swings.  '» ' Maeeey »aid that he Hot, Springs, hroke,  ^tnat th* other tw*. men '' ho Mbti i^at it would be a cinch to  r«b «ü Arkadelphia bank.  Ileeeay was s*»nt up fi'om t mt Bluff to serve six y^-«" for  Wlftovr'lXit WaK l*l*ttS«d after  M hMl Mm§d albaut two years.  'i ,‘Ji  MISS LUCILLE BETHEA  J. S Sli;td(ioi'k of .Snow liaid-(■otri|tu!iy,    I'li-cti'l prcsi-  of tiii‘ Canulcii ('rcdit Bu-at till' annual > lertinn hold  Raise In Limit Of Withdrawals Sought In House  Crutches Needed By Crippled Man  .\n appeal is niufhi |,y official.s at the Camiii'ii llo.'^))iUil for a iiuir of crulche.s to be usini by a man JiiirL in an auto uccuicnt, last November. Any ono h;iv-an old jvair of cruUiht-x ihai they would be iriad to )(;an or ^jivi- l(] tlii'i jiian, (jh'a.'if; call 7'in and Lrll Uh- ho.spitiil uuthoi' ilios.  1. .Schwab, of Minden, I.a., who was struck by a hit-and-run driver on S'jiitli Adams slrei-i Ja.sC 'rii^nksgivin^': night, is aide t,o get II]) now afu;r iii.s lon^ .;iege in bed at ttn* hosjntal. He need.s crutches to ;i.s.si.st, hiiii. Through no fault of hi:-: (..wn he was injured and taken to the hosjjital and lias fought a Ion;.; u¡>hill l>attle.  A j)air of cruV.'hc,. sliould !m> easily se<’ured. 'i Ins is :i wfii-thy <-ause and we feel .sure tire citi /.«■ns of t'aiadcn will aid thi'-înan.  at the Orlaiid'  wa re (¡flit I ( au  'i'uesday r.oon hotel.  W. A. Oanu-Ì- o;' '.h<- Fir. .st//nc lompany, wa.^ r,aiii<-ii vice ¡ire.-.!-den’. of thè a.iMtciat^oM.  Miss Lucilie lU-thi-a, who ija-be» n svcr> tary ior thè pasl .-i«>ver:il year.-, \va>. re-<dected urianiinou.-ly.  The new l»OHnl ni dir*'clor.-. wili be allnfiunced l>v tiie new ufficer-  'riìi.s liintori.' uitii'.i Jii.nì^ioii. iis sliiiiiiiioriiiii iiiia?-;'' r>'-fI»Mi»‘(l in a ix)(;l in llu' siklcìou.h iawn. :i\vaitiiii.’, :i iW'W nja.st'T ;<n<I inistr'-ss, (.\ssiiciat<‘<l    Piloto».  'Dm- .srfiM day r<‘c;i Ils t li • ■(i d(Mnoci-atic  ' i'I Mit.  !(i h - cüactci! ili tlic naiioiial <-a|/iiai Salni-iiiiMUiiiratioii of .Mr. Rixiscvt lt’s (¡i'-i iiiu’uisii-SOI’. Woodrov. W’ilsou, tli<‘ war i’r'-s -  OmODAY  Members Outline ’33 Work For laical Club  •r  r noti  Ai'tivities th.il till' <'.'tntd I.ion-i club may entjaj^e in wei-e discu‘-.,ed at th<- regular \seekiy m»-eting of the club \S'edne..day r.oon al the Orlando hotel.  A. (’. Hillintrslea and Cefoge Smith were m <hii^’e of Ihe program.  Harnp l’;iltnn e.yplained th ' new banking law und it.- work-jng.s. Me .^aid that ('amdoit banks and local bus.ne ■ were m go«wl .shape but the action of (h< Little UiM'k banks in re.tricting witlKlrawals aflected e.ery otb er bank in the .-tate, l.ecaust: .¡¡i 1 .state bank.-, had fund> in tlcj Little Rock b.ink .. Cnder ju es-j (‘nt banking law.. every liank must keep a fund in Little Rock | to handle local ;>nd out of town ' cliecks that ale cleared thri>ughj the Kittle Uock Clearing Mouse ^ As.'ociation.    '  ‘■'i'he public iciu t li.ive failnj in banks,” be ;,a.<l.  ■Mrs. Kiigar I'ryor and .Mrs. Hracy Haynie sang two beautiJul numbers. Miss Klr/abeth C.ope land accompanied tlu-ni at the piano.  The matter of cleaiiiiik' up va cant lots and unsigiitly place.' in (!umden was ril' rred to tlie civil' (-(jinniitttfe.  /Viuomr the activities suggest ed for the club during tlie com ing year ua . a “big bi otlicr ^ movement for f'amdcn boy.> aiu. .‘-cout.s, by I- S. Tague; removal of all unsightly building.s, rub-biKb, weotlh, »‘tc., in th<‘ city, by Henry D. Helm: and t(» find more work for the new miunbei"-of the club and greater civic responsibility by Carl Dean.  Two new members admitted Were LeKoy Dunn, and O. !■ Vaughan.  The program committee next week is Dav»- Andrew Al Kose. For the following week Mis.ses .Mar>' Atkinson and Eli/.-abetii Pickett.  ClEAlGHflUSE : CTSOFFICESS  Garland Hurt Heads l^ocal Banking? Association  (iarland Hurt, ea.-'hici w!' the (■iti?.en^ Bank «£■ T!ui t (K,, eU-cted (iresident af th<- Cinid'ii Clear.ng Hnuse .\s-.iKiai ion. il, 'I'. I’attrin active \ it <• pi '- idei; of the .Merchant' and Planter-bank, is vic»‘ jn'c ident; and .Mui , ray ll.arris. ca.-;hi' ¡' of the l-’u' i National Hank i seccctai y 11 ea ; surer.  ! The ;tbove officer-■ V. !tt! A I Doyle, C. I. (irav'^on. and lli-iii v I L. Heig, form' the bnai(i id lii i rector-.  ■ 'I'he lo<al bankirnr a -"i-iati":: i will oi).*-.ei \-e all the ni!c.< un ! regulations of the le -V •'..i'e b;inkimr law.  DISI NINE EAMEWSDAY  Tourney Will Open Here Tomorrow Night  TIMK FOR COURAGE AM) WISDOM  Wiiii +»asl d .'¡n'-^it.-, ill {'aiiidcii 1ki:.!;.-    rirh-d i.o  wil iidra w,-'!.s of fivo poi- ('f)il. tlicj-t* is api lo I"- fX¡)!-o-s'd holii-f T|i;iî ;||C sitiUiIioii li'T'' i.^ worst' iliaii r-nlly ìlio (-as> , It ¡:^ ;i nine will'll ciHiiioii and c.-H'- iiould If i-x-oi-fi.-( ,] iKii only in coiiiin-uii iiiii, <Mi til'- .-vitiialioii but in all l)U.'iiii-‘-- !rad'-s ••.iid lu'gotia I ions.  iJusi)i»'s,s will ^o oil :iH usual. Tin-!!' i'' no douht aljiai! ih.-M. 'ill' CaiiKl'Mi ChMriiii.; Hons*- Assof-i;itjoi! (-an ix' I'l'li ij    111 v.iii'k out soino ,,;itisfactor;. ni";i!i,'.  nvÌ!i-ic|,\ ih'-ii' IÜ !>*' a ndniimiiii of liardship on (b--po.-,ii 1 li .■> ail'; ,1 hi I,•> iniiiiii of orilt'i'ly nru'^oi.nition.- in lii*-ii.aial liu'- Id liu.^iia'.-s, under tli ■ cii'i-uuistan<-<-s. l^vory im.sin*'s- iiian in (’anid'')) will do liii- l»c,-d lo iv<‘''ii bii.-ii-n''"s iioi-m.-i 1.  iiusiip ■ ( .in I)' ki'i»i iiioviiiK as u.'ual if i!i<' poopi -wanl it to k'' p iiio'.'im. 'l'iit’i'c is no dt-sirc on iln- part of    ill r*‘Sii'i( t luisin.’h^s 'I'li<‘ inori“ Inisint's.- tliopo  is I ra n.-<a('t( il (hr inoi-f fV''ryon<' will profit. 'I'li'Tc i.^ no rest i ict ions on dcposii - startinu from 'l'ip-sday on. {'!i»'( ks will I. . iionorcd as usual. (>nl> pa.d accounis an-a!'f(.'ri.-(l |)v (111 haiilaii!’ "liolidas." i-'roin in»\v mi it will II'- U: ual  I'ln- pi'o|df art- nrucd to lak*' the siluation t-oiira^,*'  ousl> .mil wjili Ihr d i(‘rmiiiation (.<> k...... liii.-sino->  opri,-i( ini; ;i'-; usual, 1/ is a iini<> for (-noi Insidcdii.-ss and \s isr ;i< ii\ ily in ila' iiii''rr,-,( of liu.'iut'ss ill i;rii''ral and (hr - iifial wrifarr ni ryoi-youf. Crrtainly tiirr*- u i|| soon hr \va\s workrd out wlirrrhy llio i)aiikuiK .-'iiuatinn will h>' (larifird with ilir Irast po^^sibb- disi urha ii(-r i,, ordi i l\ husinr;;s.  miiysoNlM  HAZED BY m  BANK HOLIDAYS IN IWO STATES  Move To I^rotect Depositors Is Spreading  Farm Residence Total Loss In Monday Bla/x*  Is  i Uy Uie (iijVei nor; Kentuck;., ce-.sion !.j h'.lida;/. tati'  (jovi  ■laled I’i-e,-.  Tenne -sec - ill qui'-V; (ieclar'-d  bank  ‘ctive  I'ln • n,  W.ll '  . <o ii:ÌP.atiiig i':n|ilr‘cl;-■y: on fa!‘ni i,i  ■n, .\ion<i: porliun o:  Uinatcd at  Hie iie;tr  . i Ih ■ Ì1 ■  tile  ipH-  .Mr. T  partially 1 build  iS.EB.M'CA AKEN BY DEAT  F(»nner Local Citizen h Died in Brijíusville  nm- .M (-.\ Ic.tcr, ol 'I'en-ne^;see, declar'd the firdidays ef-fei-t.ive iminediulely and t,hruugli {.ex; .Monday.  Cuvernor Lafioon of Kf-ii-tucky, named .''Ia¡-cli 1, 2, ii, and •!, .'t;; “Day. ol Thanksgiving" in his proclamati on.  Cnder the oi-d'r no funds can be paid out by the bank., toda;,’ and no more tiian fivo |jcr-<-enl, 'I'huis'lay i-'i¡day and Sat-ur<iay.  -More than    .Arkansas bank.'^-  in a ,,corc <;f <-itie;, and towm-v.ere re.;tricting withdrawals to da\ whil' banker- and busines.!; men put tiieir liead •. together to ork out .1 :)y,-lem id' suti-.t it.utes lor cash.  .^enat.or ('ou/.ens ari-iveii in lii'triiit trv to spoi'd the <nd <if lite b.nil, boliday operative m ,M !i    jn'-e i ehruary It  The bank holiday in Maryhind lav to  a;, ext ended anothe ■iTiiit tile lev^i.-l.'iture  t<  enac  I effect I'.-e 1;  was  when  had  in  h«‘  fo;  and  Arkansas Gets  Another Loan  ’I'hi'ee game.; will lu- pl.'iycd 'I'hursilay night in the Distrn-N’ine renior basket i»ail tourna m< nt. I'.ecause of the hirge en try list it was ni'ce--Haiy to jilns these games aiiead of the regular .schedule wliicli calls fin game.s at a a. m. Friday.  Over liO team;; haV'- aheadv-entered and more are expe-teii before Friday. 'I'he tourm y i ; nals will be played Satuiday night. Ko.'.ston n. Ihe defending champion. Many teams are i-k-pected to be in tlie running tlii-year and District Nine lia;; sunic of its greatest caue team history.  Mount Holly an<i l!earden will ojien the tournament 'I'hursiia;, night at 7 o’clock. Other games Thursday are Harmony tirove vs I’hornton, and .Standard lin'. sled vs. Louann. This latter game i.s one of the tourney fca tur' s. The.-ie two team.s have noi met in rejfular season and an oil field favorite.«.  I’elt! (!reed, all .-\merica foi ward while at Warieii, and J. I’-. Prewitt, famous .Vrkan.-as eager, will referee the fournament.  .Season tieket.s for all seven st.-^sion» of the tournament can bi purchuKed for $1. Individual !*  New.spaper Club Presents Proirram  ELECTS OEEICERS  Two Bayou Association Holds Annual Meeting Monday  olb  Officers and directois " 'I'wo Bayou National Farm .>ssociation we;e elected a annual meeting of th'-  se.“Sion;i el yone.  will be 2") cents to  Wa.'hington., March 1. —— The fieeonntruction Finance Cor-oration today gmnted Arkanna.s emergency relief loan of $1,302,-(»00 for 75 countieH in March und April.  Alwayu trade at home.  HOLY COMMUNION  Thei'<‘ will Ite celebration ol Holy Communion at tlie St John’s Kpi»eopal chureli Thur.-day at ten o’clock. The Hev. Dr. Dowd will officiate.  the 1,1 .an tb ■ tock I  ir. I ,1iolders held al tiie rai.iden | ¡ Ciiambei- of Comiuerce th: week.,'' !■'. I.. .Sweeny of !5ent"iivili'. rejM csenting the Federal !.an ! liank of St. Luuis, was i-hair-I man of the meeting.  I l''iv»‘ new directors eli-(-ted ¡were D. R. Greening,    1!,  I Piinks, ,1, 1), Garner, W. 1 . j Morgan, an<l A. X. Fogle, all ol I Ouachita county.  ; Mr. .Swet'ney y;ave an interi'st I ing talk on thi variou acLivI -ties and duties of the l''edcra! Land Bank and it.; official family-  .Many membe)' wci-c present (lespit'' the ba<l weathei'.  \ew officers ¡jre A. !> Garner jjiresideiit; C. 1?. I’urks, vice pre."= iident; D. Ik Greening, s'cielary-' treasurer.  : The direi-too, aI--o eleiled the ; folio win«- lhiai-(l of .'Xiipiai.-er.s ;  I X. Fogle, D. H. (irei ning, ami ('. 15. liurks. Alti'rnates elected I were W. L. Morgan, -I. 1». Gar ! ner and .John Bearden.  1 A vote of thanks wa.s ext' n<l-  Cnder l)|,. ;uiS|Oce- ,,  I’resK Club, tile bmrnali.m '■H of Magnolia A. & .M. ( pre.ented a ne-.cspa|M-r i.',,,; of current event*' in :i ,-em; Monday, with Melba    '  Dolly, vice-presidiii I uf i club, presiding-.  Ihe lirst year i-la;;-; uaM' i ‘•urrent events, ef intere--t, the second y ai' cla preseni, editorial (-uinini-nts.  TEMPERATURE     .Ml    Keeendy  K, H. Mf( ;.li    Alíe I, i      .luil;:c    K. l: McC,d{ ^1    i'.riggs-      \)lb-.    Ark., JuroK ri'. <<i    • '.-linden.      died 1    ecelitd'.-, ac( Ui'iii 1,^'    !'■ word      ri-'-ei'.'    ed lo-l-e. Sill- ,    ur\1ved      • 1 hi    1 hu iiaiid an ! ! \    ) (-hild-      reii    l-.iiwai-d McCail II!    !“>rigg.-.      -.llle.    and Miv. H .-,. :.;i    !i ('ham      pioi. '    ■1 Glidn-, Au;- 'ii;i.          Ml.    , Mcf'al! 1 V.Í    1 l.nov.o      bill'.    ■laii'^re .M. ' .ill    ii.'iniv      ,1 ad”'i'    I'! I )uai :. 1 ■ ;i 1 ■ '    Ml','.- I'o.-      .M'\-er:    li years.          The    ' AlcCal! i',.-: d;    ■ k :ii, a-:      I I 'M- 1    i;iri in ci\. ; < !i;:    n>u • anil      : i,ci;il    aiti'.iti" in 1 a    I'b-n.     0 VISIT CITY  Fro^ram Planned High Seh(K)l Soon  At  Little Rock, March 1. (UP) — Intended to relieve depositors :m  •state banks that are taking advantage of the restricted withdrawals, a bill waa introduced in the* house this morning that would allow .'I 50 percent withdrawal on accounts of $100 or less, 25 percent on $200, ten jiercent on $500, ana 5 pcrcen» on -‘i; 1,000 or moif.  Acting as a committee of the whole the hou.so today considered appropriation bill.s for the "))eration of .state institution:« foi Lhf> nc.xt two years.  S-veral further reduction amendment.'; were diAcusscd witii tlie adoption of one that reduce*! the .alarlea of the .ntiite vcUniu-ian from $:j,000 to $2,000.  'ihe conunittee recommended iluit t,he bill allowin^f Karl Pkge and the thiee ex-r^road com* missioneir, $'.i-100 as compensation for their aboliahed offices, pus.*.  .\ re;.<dution wa.s rejected to e.'itend the session of the Icgiä-lat tire for 1 Ti <lays, and it wa.-> decided to hold night seftsionn VV'onesday, Thuraday .and Friday nights. 'I’hursday nig'it will be !oi the govemor’.s hiils.  TIk' hou.se adoptoil a resolution a.sking Conifret)« to pe»‘< Wheeler’s bill authorizing the tree coinajçi; of silver on tlic i 1 •) to 1 l>a.sis.  ' Apjiropriations bills re<'om-; mended dealt with tlic comptro!  b-r’s office, the corporation com 'ihi^;.slun, t.he girl’s and l>oys' in  : iiustrial school.s.  Nine other new me;i.sures were ' presented. One of thes<i pro-I .-ides that, all the income tas and tobacco tax bf paid to th‘i ' coiiunon cnool fund for sole u, e t>y the common schools.  Hy another the governor L;  1 pi-rirutted to borrow on be-hab‘ of the L-tate. One of the incii sures would allow mayors of the first an<i sevond cla.ss cities to liire out prisoncns convicte'l' ot crime leK,s tnan felony.  ('onsid'-ration of the county salary bill which would reduce ..alaries of county officiaks 20 pe: cent waj scheduled for tho .'lonate this afternoon.  Should the bill b<H:ome law, th'-n beginning the first day of tile next calendar month, all county officiaks shall bo allow'-ed to receive a-s fees an amount equal to Si) {)rr cent of tJi ' amount pre^icribcd by previou . legislation.  Salaries ot doputieft and all officers whicli ate not fixed by iaw «hall be redu<’<i<i ‘JO peryren*. T«. i-fveivc more tiian this itn.-tmnt IS m?ide iinlaw'fui.  Salanef. thn* eijual or exceed but do not excend .$2100 are reduced only t>‘n pt«r cent, and t.ho.;e less than $ir)0() renani the i-Uttiie  ( i-unty judge;’ .;:tiari<“. may be I'iiiii f,ne iiiilf out of (he road Jirri    nou pre.scrib‘‘d nr nu  |.!‘e-1 rihc'i b'-' ii’-joruin courts. A ! I'educt.ioii for feedinvr pri'-unej' ;  ; i: pro', ided in the bill.  ! When t!.e numbei- ot ¡»I'l.-ion e)■^. dies not '*xcee<j ‘JO, tlu-' -;ui;. I)! 7' c-ei’t., per prisoner a d;i;' i-i a !!'r>s'cd. W'iien t.ii«' num !/ei '! pi'i une!-,- exceed'. ‘JO am up ill in<'!udin:-t -10 the :;un\ ;-< ''-nt-, per pr;-one,'- pi-i- day 111 the -.um allii'.ved is !,i)  GRADY IRSH SHOTT  'I'emperatuve for th hiitir period endintr ;i1 ni. \\ eilriesihie iivas llij.'-ii l;;vcr  1 ■  Low  risiiu  L' ieet  I  Boily of Slain (Ity Officer Found in Street  i'd to (i. .1. lìelisberg l'or hi-ticieiit eiA-ice as ,a,‘(-retary tre:isurei for ir.an\‘ ,\’ear,'. rcsigiu-d Ia-.t year while in nes.s al Hope. .fnhii -M. I.ide  et  and  H'  Misi  \va  ::i  ’atti, r liar- h: n l];i  l.e Ili  elected then to till his uivxpire.l term. .-\ vote of thanks was alsi tendered to .Mr. Lide.    <  If wa - learn'-il that -nine inon ey was available at this time for loan-: on improved farms. Tin-rate of interest i- \ery Inw ain. repayment i-- by the amort i-/,a tion plan n,aking it \-er\' easv for farmers wiio reside on tiieir own property to obtain moiu'y to improve their homes.  Tho.se wishing to investigate this should see .'-'ccr' tary (Jreen-  ing.  .Marcii III. aged . a-: fillin' street earl e Ihi' fir.-V\oiff S(l !i- wa.-: shot  I’d robbt r  .•1’ Walter ai-t.ing city  ll"t to  deal ' a ill'll. ■ cnvereii i tie •!ien h'-■I ore     ( .iii.'li'i. 1. l.e    \ 1 M ' -        ■'V      (,ill l;ee;',e li-    .m 11        r.u      S' hn wdì .-i|il:'i :l:'    ' pia              },*.'])■ S ! 1 ; i j 1 j : 1 ■ : 1 ■ lirecliiin 1 in*    Ho'i    v-1" le.I-          'A Ol p    e,-.:d    .iiìet 1'. '    1 1 ’      < anidi'ti ! a,    ,-a) p.-    1 n-n' .    d      i'C thè i,;'laili-.'i;    ,t 1'.'    er ''';u    1 ..HI      KTliS a! 1 1 i.’i ;    .Ci !'■    l.ll.iV .    , i r      ) 1111 1; 1 ' 11 Gl 1 ; 1    i;r -    1-1 . ■    1.      ¡'¡e-int p.'O'ia    :ii i>!    r.ih:|    .-111' :      G. K. SmiL^s :iiii    : S"!    ' tali-.          Oirl Heei". I- '.‘.Il    1 i. an    Il '' ' nv    U:.-.      < aie]'ing. ^!'.ii' yii    :■ .l'c    ■ 1 11 ' V. •    ■i-b      ^iratiHK' 1 bill 1 ' t Spr 1 li.    >ei '■    V. eek'    ’ jt'      < tt ìier 1 l'.d III e    1,*' II,    e \S l'i.          linde G. L. pi'.    ' i ,1 m-    :r. .lu    Il ' ' '      and senili:- in;^ii    a:-"'” ! !    i’.''li<, - ,    a n '      al mei-tin;'-.- <d' 1    liotariaiis, K    ; .1      nians, I.ions and        in , il    iin      rei neetim.: f.ir    lìarent ut'    ('»ir      Ue;;ei-\ es, ;nìd a    pe-.-    ial -l'i    ' ; 1 1      at thè Mi'lhndi .1. to i-luM- t.he    t ni!  c.-ie;    III-;-;  irat imi.    da,     ( tVC;  I, eii' ■ »|^:l!l  entitled ’ii .'..idiiry f'l amount eipi.-!i'- amounf  .\ i k.ini-.a '■iiariie an>i  .¡)ec  </i'l  a].pr.,  1‘ggin  Senate Passes Smith ( otton Relief Bill  CHORAL CLUB TO IVIEKl  coti  bili  \N'h  ,'om \ er  ■ I ii'iigt.on, .\1.,! "aliate tod,-I ;imendnieiii >n pool ac I ;iml sent the ¡ 'i- House wl'i • lioubt alioui un ing it.  till  ■d th. S’il it n  I cil net iul' 'III I,, the  theii- wa»-  iliellt HOO-  rin- Ci !v'( iIkmI 1 si niyi.t .-it  . i:(|Ui ,'ted ■¡me. ,\ll 'isiiiK are  oral flub cliiircli w 7 :■;(). Al!  Ill be pM illuse Intel  al.'ii ui\-d>  ' n,n d.i"  I'd'  I 1 at ciith hoii .  I Tidiiu r’ '!■■! tiien:. With o»i!y u.>e voted t' n-.irlit  .Maicii 1. -  ti.e mas; of tiiat are .] thi liou'-.e loda’,  I oininittee ni tin I .i\ witlidut .-tniend :,e" 'I 11)1 tu'i. .dher-(hal 111 ;i (.‘Tia i! V re  I o  t ile pa.  ■x.cpt th lull bills lii.|ieb' .  ■vi-n d--iy-^ b ft o lio’<i night, lomo’-row ami Go'.. r,«M: •enale Liiere  all',- rdJlel  ' impoiijinl ilui- til thi  l,li‘  Fn Ca wa  Senat«  appro .appur  if'i.-ilion in Lb'  ll oil  I !hi  it is no woise cer,;mony than to — K. I*. Day.  to (and tramjile on  on  it.  (My Gnd'-d }’ie,vi 1\‘‘venue bill ' ¡mn-;ot-e<! by ih -: tale r“v iiue ci'.nmi sioner:; took op the ir,a nii pm I ion of the mor niiu': t'‘‘f;.sieii Ilf the senati' today.  four of tn-.' measures were pas.-ioi without o))|M)-ition. On4' p(ovHie4 fur (piatlerly paytneni:i of tobacco jiermit fees, anotlier ameiuLs the privat i- toll bridge act to regulate collection of thu  (Continnpd on Pag« Tvo)   

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