Bakersfield Californian, March 22, 1920

Bakersfield Californian

March 22, 1920

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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Bakersfield, California 10 PAGES Californian Associated Prats Service Gives All ♦ he News All the Time Vol. XXX. IO PAGES M*in New* Sectlen Covering Local Field and Tdigraph Report*COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICEBAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY. MARCH 22. 1920 No. 202MIES GUSH IN GERMANY Reds Take Ruhr Region; 8000Are Killed in Revolt lies! Storm of Season Fresnos Prosperous N't »r for Punners TOTAL FOR SEASON NOW A.32 INA HES FUJIS. Ma! ch 22 I I la va< ) i .ip IiI I ho . cml    p. i sun    ha,    i Ii. en kilt. I si hoi tin    t iii m;i ii    t.    . iii blok*- mu *>n Mardi cr. ac.-nrrtiic. to adv Peon re veil her* iif this numb.! Aja iv et >• kill'd iii berlin atour ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEWS OERMAN AE FAIRS berlin, notw Uhs!arid! pl the return of I    *    I’ll MU I !' II    , Cl 11111 < ■ 111    to    OOlltl'Ol till Still    presents    pi ell v to.tell    till- i • 111 et .lf .< ti armed ramp "itll th* fond sn poly hor! and sanguinary fighting oCcurrin al int.; al? IU the suburb' There I? little rh a age In til*' si t ike sit Uh! ion. Sn mn tiolibh occurred in tfi> Mon btl industrial quarte! Sundae rn lit in nm i M-it lid I *> ported tty min ,    3® Hpartacanr were killed in an engagement and .*4 others "ho WI'- ea nt ‘ired v.. a . summital} I \ ce si 11 <1 lit 11,1 liuhi I rid! a * I Thousands Will Attend Funeral of Cork’s Mayor Waler Shortage Lillie IV lievnl: Whole Stale Enjoys Drenching po ll 1} admi thin, thin a rn ii* lief* w I f - - iou. Ilinne- I I * -I /III:' .'I Ut 1,11 'n t with opiums! arid invite t heil lei el # el iii   del I - ll ■ d in '■nm# pi I* - (lim n «fter the V molts I ti * CORK. Ma/ h 22 Thousands of persons assembled at the city hall today in preuar.-rtion for the funeral of Thomas MacCurtain, lord mayor of Cork, who was shot to death by an I nknown assassin Sit urd; Train* brought gi eat crowds to the city this morning, and the shops were closed rn ordei to afford the c tizens an opportunity of testifying their respect for the late lord mayor. There Is a gravely tense feeling In the city. Bishop Colahan has appealed to the population to preserve order G. 0. P. LIBERALS Open Letter to Railroad Bourd „ ^ ny,™™ Explains J\ ct ion | IIL Pl ll .111 Two Millions of Oil Money Due for California SACRAMENTO, March 22.—,,Nearly $2,000,000 in the shape of back royalties may come to the State of California from the federal government," according to the state controller, John C. Chambers ‘‘because of the oil land leasing bill recently S Victorious End of Simpler nl Hand if Sympalhiz its Ari Quickly PRESSURE FROM NATION IS NEEDED hat was unquestioned, the best sffc'rn of the season, pnecipitat cm l.ctwft i Saturday at midn.nht ai ti T o’clo - this morning, from 76 hun tlredtns of an Inch to ,,n inch of ram at different point* In the county, foljowed a hn h wind Saturday n ght. and tile weathei prediction is that ram w,U con trnue to feli tonight The storm wa# general throughout the Hie,!*- mn-1- 11 it- mu in* *i of I,im failing ut Kl. -rn and, in ut Ii »-i plains smith of Teh-• lam th* rune, nit atip!* WH-* as *•» th be* a it th* A Min Ti ml* s* ii i negot hi' Min.* I the demand , I rill? HIK ti # t bras i pi -I I-1 min if the -It Ie ll p;*) g i s I a t o r s \\ a \ r i a s Special Session Is ('ailed W i n i i t • hr lam t'i Mari h \\ m itt KILL OFFICERS and MUTILATE BODIES Senator France to fake Stand Against Prohibition I! I Ni IT* IN , tsp,ih ti an lilt ma! pat in in Mar* 'n rut > to •I I att. Mat With re I ha th* ' Th rat ic past 7: lath*- Hide. I JH. !!■*■# * I 2J, ' N. k< ATER SHORTAGE UT RELIEVED SAN KKAXCISCO, t In k Kl lh ga’ding nt i apii) ■I intel -1,1 i t i#ion jection **f ini Ile** and • I resorn lr liherti u p t ai i urged "i -it.' -mn Jell nu n W at t inuit t ■ table* the pa the j’ itll lain eat lier d bv t . v, «■* k ,1 in th) . fore an adequate storage ll I thiov IO 11’ s' 11 . .1 for til# s nim a i ll.J tall y 11 imet all month s. it wa- ,-tnnonn. . J I The lain at Ot ovid*; 11 ij- Ii ic is horn s ; \\ •llIlllg ii! 5 it iii. today as- (limed Hoc id | Mum ti-.. i'orth'ti# ai times. 2AS fit n th** pct (od. I a cam* M. then S in I..J# < ibis p* * With 1* (anta Marl in, 1.53. r,o# ’ Angeles. 1.42: I -a, ii,,, I San 1 f ■A. JI; New I nan. Ll« I ted bit iff. Mere*- t Ic I'cm a ma I"). Colusa. UR . Sant I Rosa JHI, Chico, JU; San J!, t n.irdi’i t SPARTACAN FORCES NUMBER ’0 OOO I ‘A UIS. Mal .h 22 -in the Ruhr valley .if u t ilk-1 lit* I! * t e re The: it) I. wed o . nu pp! Ie* and min if IU I - I Major It*-I iii I tai den, f ft,atimy4 an is i otnmu mb /'ut'- Two} •inn,uitm lethal!- - nt pm - with irmany Reduction of th* it tit I *-«>**» id living. "it1!    #'*!?, Olin III Adel.ll I M-I mill 111    , and i *-du - -1 taxation \    .i\\    .'.*-i nill! in in rn- ■ .iud i e iii .ii 'if unlit.iiv Haloing, hut a postponement ut r rn \ el 'n i nti Ii tar, t rut tit na v ii idget -> stem full t ai employ t * ut ..gen. ley. a I ad is I nne tit of eh IM tailor. "ti * nm - umpeii'.i • i-e. for #*-i, ie* men p. - ma;., nth disabled and development of tin- mere ha n t marine, were ethel plank#. He.latin I ii .    • barged that prohibi tion, toil et! through during the wit ni hie Pair rt t i 11 i i * 11 timrii-an hoy# were In .servile," Was unconstitutional md at, hid .tig. u t at up..!) I die I t anil atule#* right'. By GEORGE B. WATERS v /it 'iii! la Ihi ftilifta aint, ILMINGTON, Del.. March 22.— Th* only thing that will cause th# legislature of this state to ratify    th# woman    suffrage    amendment when    It    meet* in    special session today will be outside pressure. Political expediency and a genuine Villens    0,1    'be part of the people rn the other    47    states wilt    brinq th#    desired result,    if    the people let the    legislature know, by letter* or telegrams, that they want Delaware to act with dispatch and forever settle the controvert,* of wbeth. I er women shall vote. 7.. Warning I Thirty-torn states hail- ratified Wash-might form a I - .'Atoll ainu meet# today, a im) rat Kb ati*»n I    gilt    tmurhot)    (then-    rn orth a matter of rec’Ofding the realm, it.ti-    vote    This will lea,» in the build# of the I rn the Sen - I "-law ne legislators fin .pn-stion of ii. -,.n.e,    11 e1. n Ii- I iii I ng im I ne whole nation J i have pist made a n.ugugh canvas of tai prohibition and I the legislature and I ''an ais mint for a he . 111* I pl inks In tnajorin «*t only ope in th* House and I S.-nabo lh am el i, mild sav that ratlti.-anon lacks on* need    lid    lies11.if*    ['ole    iii the Senate Hut the desired .inst    tin    reaction-    J'Ole'    in the Senate 1 iii be obtained ii tin neopie th nughmit tin nation will n these leg* la tor# know that th-, want Delaware rn *|o a.met hing heroic, that tile, con ule* it wiling tm I adaw ar. to stand in the wa, of i atifi* ation. that Ha al problems and • nut i n, erat**# in I ie la* ware slsiulil not hind. t th. non.rn i'm- light will be a bitter one DHI* s It ti agist H tn-ler the li-.ob-rship of Ml#. Henry IV Si nit have opened heart. Him * lei# lute .inn ai I ’n, . i the capital M’s I'arr ie Chapman *’utt lorni*-r j p evident ot ti c National Winiisn s S it I frag* assoria! inn disbanded, and Mr#, lew rein «■ I ■ in is a ml Mr# Florcm-p I ta\ afd Hill*-' of the National Woman * party. „ i I ha vt* Ina. I. pi a it et s ut I hi,*' Then there ate tonal intwest# tb;*t may hold up i at lunation. I •••• iware has a ach*-ni * ode tat dei * d by Do vee not Townsend. strong suffragist, **,<-» which the still,- is divided Dupont# run Delaware .his) now a t'anni, polite al feud l# -m Alfred Dupont, reputed to have * majorlt, of the l-gislature on Ins aide, „ ants the si ho-d etui* iii.-dell ut changed Coleman Dupont. los« frien*i to the governor, is ..-.pus,.,| I,, alii ling the s, bool i ode * ip); lait ion to the #< bool iud*- t In . item'.- to rat if > ■ worn i1 snttr,is. until Oovernoi Townsend con- ES the President The exact figures are $1,812,600, based on an estimate of past prod ction totaling $72,500. OOO. Of this sum the federal government will receive $9,062,500 and the state 20 per cent of that amount or the figures Just given. "Th# fly m the ointment, however, is that these estimates are based upon the supposition that all land id controversy with the government will come in voluntarily under the leasing law. It Is known, however, that a number of companies will contest their cases, the largest of which has approximately $50,00',-000 imoounded." Controller Chamber* applied to Washington and to State Mineralo-| gist Hamilton for the most accurate data obtainable, and the figures he is now giving out are based upon the report of the state mineralogist In the matter of the annual re turn which may accrue to the state as revenue b.sed upon future production, using last year's figure*, the estimate is $566,406 According to Chambers, last year’s production totaled $12,083,333. On this baal* the federal government would be entitled to $t»$10,417 and the state to I7Vj per cent of that, giving the amount juet estimated. 924.558 BARRELS CF CROCE OIL SHORT (4b iotin ted Pi',rn l.tumil Witt) XX KKANClSUi. Mardi 22.—'The Standard Oil Compt* ny of Du ii fort* in, through it# president, K. It. Kingsbury, In an open letter th the alate railroad vomniisMiop tniluy. defended it# re* .a iu advance In furl oil pi p . # "in th*-hope that an increase of 26 rent# a barrel would animikite production anti restore th*> bit tan ce bef ween supply ami item* rn! The letter wa# issued as a result .-t an unpin \ addressed to die company last wick by the commission, asking why an increase was necessary. A# many public utilities I,pci,ii-, their plants with po,vet 1.1.tame.I from fuel nil Die commis- 1 aion -..lui it In In-,i J tin puhlii should I know. th. reason* for the Increase The ml situation in ' aliform:* which Hie j company dei lares to In* .serious, is re -viewed In detail in the • nm patty's letter, which pointed out "that an Hic re# se In pin e ten*!# to*conserve th. tine of fuel and to . ll ii Ii tin- dt plot mn of slot k# This is i he only know ii remedy Regarding gasoline, which tin company says has an interest ei|iiai to that | of fuel nil, i In let t cr sa vs: Kingsbury'* Latter    '    ** .ii I    *    ii ,-e "Dasi.I  iii ii st ti. kepi at a pip level |    • ll I ICH    Ii)    Ii ID I I V where it Will not he sin ppd I to athel markets iii unapt Hies sufficient to de plete the t'aliform# market; for example I    ____ at Die pies. ii! time gasolini is se 111 itg    i    ,,hd    jL»». /,■ iii New York at "s | cents a gallon Wholesale, a difference of ti tents a gallon. Th* rail rat* to Kaw York is 7    ■* tiatlong haw* k«*n in ghefrees *gr ..tits a call*- a ii iii.- wa!.-! ud not -    #oo** time between allied repr-- ti* exceed fonts.    I    »rnt»tlv*« and the neutral government# iii., i nish in I*--, a propel dirt ti cut ut I ft Switzerland, Holland and the Sci • i-xista between the bacin. coast pro *• ami dfnavl-m countries with the view of par-th* eastern prices, l’aoifii const gasoline ticipatlon by these states in a proposed will I-, shipped css! and sold at a profit I scheme of credits, with the object of to the Complete rte moi ulixat iou of the ■ securing the financial and economic re- ...... mal kl t    !    habilitation of Awat ria and athar ran* "That the gasoline market is short itral European states, it was lear.tad may Im* illustrated by the fsct that this I today. com pan) to supply the r*-*|tiirement# of I tm* <jtt* in” urub-r ilincudsitnt is the its trade, several intuit bx ago pun based i * ii f • about fit*.Olio.(Min gallons of gasoline in the I the! miti-cont inent field, which the company I nit) is shipping to points customarily sup- siti piled Irom * ’ulifornia    J    S ii this i or.iiect iou it may I.. noted r*rti that I lie pri.e cl gnsoliiu has t t-niMilieil ll ll pl a. I ,i a ll, i ups ()(ut cup i p.11 cd lo I he cost th of nt her coil! Hindu ICH. lo .(iii,    ll Allies ll n i sc Issue Willi the Swiss. Dutch and Scandium inns FRANCE AWAITING NEW PACT MOYE England lUurets ( oiitfrrss d to I Treaty ii ii u., ARIS. March 22—Important nego- cl Utile or IM-, n* Ut Ut I I • 11 i 11 lea This proposal it i I-! -pci tv in un . i hid* in - III -’Ct ill ' .-PPN IMA met I nd the lf th* Ult* lied without I hie I I VC. II i nnstltut ion . ip!*' Of libel'! Ill despot- \\ I Ult. tnt Mi. ilien hail I mn not now n and of ne and I heil inhibit era'Ion retires* d the p 111111 p 11 x;i; filii I I ail! IS" I*.    '    ; s .1 I- I Mi go. 2a. SOAKING DOWNPOUR IN LOS ANGELES l.ns ANDKLDH. .March which began falling here a Sa ■ Mila, and continued nu day. began again Lim nigh the lo. a I form pi was f*n The I ’ mn a I ion I ll the ' I in !. rn iii I, t ,vn im 'rn • with* it sortklns dor ti-. — Uh in. Im ult iimlniitht u h i a , est cr I. Rn I 1 . I ala a. ak pi. Niota! Trades Head Comes to California Mi .1- d SAN I-'HAN <’i SC* by* ii' cl,airman. .!flutes < i t'ontiell. tin* ex ■ , it ive cn-nniitti. of the Metal T- o!-11,. pari p i et it of 1 • • A tiieri- .ut l-'eil- t a • in ..! Rub'll. is dm bet. I...I in t.* - ”111 r w Uh i i pol Ie; der# iii I Meitic cor* t -iiip, ani- iti t-gard to th* stiik* in th*- Kau FtaneJseo hip yard#, and other matters vital in the I, , d org mr s Tin- first - aril I'ence will he held iowan tow la*hor lead- ts ’ti Los Angeles Kea’th-, I'm Hand ami all a1 Ii. r inipot tan! ship building centers on tin* - oast have bm ii y k. *! in rn ii tit# i ommitt* c here. <V('onne!I aith-d in negotiating a higher wage ag! i i im’n'. the alleged hi eaciiinj; ol ll ideh by I In pl,!-’ iilors I d to th* snp) yards st I ike, ,y Inch I --(tail la I t let (diet .in*I w hic Ii has continued pp to this time. 'Ch- n|i* i a tors hr Id that tin- ag.cement had HOI tx wrt completed j Last Minute News I I F *+    <*^4444444 V4444444*44444444444+444444444 WARSAW. March 22.—The Bolshevik! forces nave launched repeated attacks along various parts of the Polish front. iThese arf considered by the military authorities to be preliminary to the long-heralded general spring ofl'ens-ive. The attacks were repulsed by the Poles. 900 Bolshevik! tieing taken prisoner in the two days* lighting. Y\ YSHlNtfTON, .March 22.—The nomination of Bainbridge Colby as secretary ti state, vas confirmed late today by the Senate. AMADOR CITY, March 22.—Lawrence W hite, an employe of the Bunker Hilt mine was electrocuted when 17.000 volts passed through his body as he was untangling telephone and power lines, which had Income toiifused by (hp storm. LOS ANGELES, March 22.—Theodore M . Powell, lorm-erh a railroad brakeman, pleaded guilty in the Federal District court htre today to a charge of having conspired to defraud the government by selling forged railroad administration passes. He will In* sentenced tomorrow. WASHINGTON. .March 22.—Contracts for the construction of four new coast guard cutters were awarded today to the I mon Construction company of Oakland, on its hid ot $.‘1,100,000 for the four vessels. se ti t s to # hoot i ode Ie gisUMti "I W 11 vote , ga i us! worm in Hut fra^ rat iflcab ip until til* m < i v i r n or si pun* bill '-t ion .I. a 111 pa la I cd I S Oil Kau* I ^hoi hoot nu** t. prosid^ti pro i - m the S oat*1 -lf h« Vt tors OU I.iii. in K-mat* will ad iou rn wlthou verting o Tin- vi ti latin* iii* ne#*rn ii ion.*’ S to ii ** J § | ) IT In th Him#* ! Yr fullfil at ion od S to 9 lit th Senate * Ka HIM if tho 1»-IS IHI at urn vote without regard i c» part diem 1 , an oat < on #1*1* * INK th** i at ion> (iFHIIf t - OD!pit t. i at ifn ai nm. Hut i f people o til* OI ll* stat. make to il m a tits know It IS |MI <sih|. to make* the ip Ole 12 to rn tin s el it. a' ii ll if IO in th. II MUN Some W a , ct ..I the in. am - a fit to Iii n art* h fmnnlrig t ?*eriQni#n Independent F rod it < e i s Agency Pninls Need ol (denier Production -I d I ag ii Ll S \ NI; KL KS, Man I ni 92 I. (ni hat! el# of « I ti t IP- mn ut Ii ut F**bt na i > indicated today in a -I adapt mii-iit <Ml lh odin -Stock# on hand Mar* ii I, -int-t 11 - -111. totalled 25.969,171 barrel# Th*- daily aveiaa. 'liming-- ,n February w a# U 'M bali* # -app ii--ii with 29 ut.J. in .Ihiimhi n I’toductioii din lug F*-bruarv aniounted to s 'ml 91*) iiutreb    a    ii al'    av*-? ig--    of 275.92# J'li** January production wa# H.att’j.s**;. l-ni-rd nj    a    dad.    av*" ag--    nj 2:4,519 February Hhlpiticnt# i"tailed 8.926,it»<i baricl#, a daily a,*-    agt    of It ii 7 SUS .lanu (try* shim tent# Wf>r*»    19.4 2" **■»•    b.-uieb    ai a, .-rag. ni :;*> ’, SM, Th*re wen- ii ,\‘-i| compt* timt# iii Fch imtry with an initial daily production of 13.SMM) barrel# Thirteen wtdh were (than *lon*-d. The number or wi ll# pi .Mincing dm ii; * Die nm nu Ii wax 91)17. Leaders of Turks Exiled to Malta CONST ANTLX) DMJ:. Mach 27    M»«- liaiium d VI, sub an of Tm k* In*d,* -I bidet and moi* broken than usual Upturn t U-g aa ii* made his week ll )i*le ill state frotn Villi I-/. |ia'a. •- to Metal)*-Ii .(ami I" a • nf g a .so 11111 - nu this coast wa# in Ct eased I cent pct gallon. This wa- Iii oui, ad,am e made sin*'*- I’■ temhei 191) pi .in Increase ”t half a t ent a ga! ion. ordered hi 191# by the fuel admin ie! rat mn to absorb lite general lr* .gill iii • I .-a I Prong hoot i he * omit, Fuel Oil Dwindling The letter, iii twrt. foUow* The Pacific («|;*#I supply a ml of I it I loll urn pl od iii Is I-fa n.i. Inlig 1 \ Im ast top Since i i ud*, oil sin- k- in i 'altforint creased from over tin art" a) 8.73x "JI barre!# M a reb I available supply of crud* o iud.I, less thi'll I iii . ll mill hid I ,.t la Iii *■ of the stocks a’ « f.ii im- of safety ol ll).mm tm,I bail I lo- pet I oleum < nm nil ti ei OI council ni iii feusr found ess. safety <-f bantu . oast iud in the oil in pipe line# anil tank bottom*. ( which Ha- Maim committee estimated at ' ti HHH nim barrel) no! amdahl, for Use Y; <present rat* of . oii#uilipt iou I am! of production, the available stock I will be i \Ilaiis!ni in about I-' months, at J which turn- muslim*!-* nf California will) be .ii! off from b. I in  25.inn* ami 3®,(HS! j bai i ids per da, "I! inns! ti, ob* im IS lo v i it it horn ira III” ! - "uimission  I tbos* .-rn;,.red in th* • J f III.In#!!, ,,e„ thin • tat.Piton wit Ii noiiy I hist alai rn The cond it ion is not ! temporary, bib tin- • tilminiitioD fit a I d. r- ahu*! *liuK ii r« pi es* I t lino I it a till I ft .I , la It f chem) . a’IV- id Ut will mirth I; T” op- nited i fen BRITISH PEOFLE STILL HOPEFUL I• \ i H i\. Ma reb Tim* in u Ion# --it -ii re feet mn .a tin i •■sir*- frost' i> v th* bn ted Slates mph Mi oil Uy at1* lo, til) * i nom of ) lc#*3 (-• tog - ’ US ! lh lit ■on,pl. i..,' VV . ll I ami eg May I 1915 pre. se# f- ar Hint th .» Pl os pc ■t of lh** a ha treat, ; od Lucio- of .ii. I in!'# h. mg tho hari eta lo I. ailing i# uc in tim coming v n > i i- un I m 2d The I . ;d* ll 11: campaign PUI#! I -i accepted i n ,h ...k Is Ut IS a reg ret ta I* e plospe I for nil I rt e In Tin til* Wn Ll and oui 1 i i ilia f ly for oin ll up in the selves," a' the Tit IP’S ' X ’n III. I #1. U Tete W hi, I, ,,- n.lie I. lo I iii- bel ■ I * - - Ii we sit . i the slate "Itll In rd Urey, that tip- Ven I i* a ii I*.-.. ntiai to t he ar. Pf ilk Iv Pl ue Ion g rn ii in istrie # anil WH lid . v Mu ir i ti fbi rte. in world if w arni rig id* lit    til iii lit    lie) land    bi t upper to up*-) la ii sp play ip- it# \\ .-I.. I 'ok lan.i i*t no* d nu t lo . India . p.) .villi Fra rn the Time I I me Me *»!, growth - ha,* th inc! .-ane.! ar.*J mom I. .I Hut of fuel oil has f-a n n for pea , I; I. ISIS. when. I 'lilted States fit.* I lie! trig oil price paid for <• id' a I ai .el Si... k Ii lied I i, in*e# for cr mil- oil ice ti made I Tv (hi# two year#. or aine* at th. dp.- ction of t lei admin ist ration - nmnni- * ;■ id, a p, .-.I * RANCE A W A'T N G j U S.’ NE v T MOVE I'M: M I ii rude ml if .lad ll., pl i J WASHINGTON ST ATI I LEGISLATURf MEI TS OLYMPIA. Wash.. Ma A i ll K 11. II S legislai Hie Iii, I a special session, call*-. Louis F Hart to act o fed. i al suffrage ain* mini* Hi. fund# tot Hi* state'# f mill ID* t fit -....... amendment was * ti* .hi! late today rh 22 -Wash her* I - ala, ii I,-. Hovel no i th* pi o|ms**« it ami to turn depict ell "-hoe the Miff rim lo uphold al!,, in. ■ happy old appeared Turkish 11 I find oil I '. I em M I ba National Import,rn** ll* is bas »-«*«#* d ii. Im o •iii, l a ummii* ,|M,    ,    I . nation#! and int. inn file ! lilted Slat as * establishing oil fueii* nm the clieapea relation that thou! •viva ilia t* pi. d in so .ti .    ' bs*' t » >•« .; or t bein i: leo U Hi Flour Relief Ships to He Soviet \rks 'iii!: -t sr ut i LEGISLATURE CON VENES, RFC ESS TILL NIGHT I -' 'VKL I 'et . Mare1! ' T ass, ml.iv ,,f | VI aw are < onv* rn spt-l tai session at I   baht snb-t rat ificAtlou «»f t he - cm amendment to til* f**i*-i ti .-* \' t el org<i nizat j, ->. . ■ . I i< i until lius evening. STEAMER IS FLOATED SIJ \TTLK Mat Ii    R.....11    r. u h tug here today that th* bac if ic I’ Mteamship ...ppap, Via i * pas i-iigei • ' - a im I Alim ll all    d Saturday mal S*-, im.rn Narrows un t Ii-inside passage to Alaska, wa    'lout. -I Iasi rn 'n and pro. eded on h*; way tiortlu, .rd    mal-" her    own    -team, POPULATION STATISTICS \\ \ S ll I N* IT) 'N    Mini'll 22    I’, -pula t mn statist!, a :pounced today by tile .-ensu# I ute.'ji. i ii hid* ii New top    low a    ',',27    iii. - * a    ii    rn ti*. p*-r cent bismarck, N. D:».. •DM im t *-a-*- 1307 rn 27.7 p*-r - .-tit. KA .kill*    low a    H i: :    im    a#*    ll*.,    or 1.06 SKT cant. r PLT Lf I MD EOI A' ii is nigh siu ’ i od i -‘We ( arpent ier Arrives in New York Today ------ IP. ll i I 'cl NKW VORN Mu Ti 22.— Mux in g I" N i'tov* th moi cr# and t-h! hu Mast * asset uh ■ -.I in New York today to , el* ome ' eof RI Mig I I ' ..I p.- 11.1 t hi k - net pugilist who. wit Ii hi# bride, w as .< .as- - • get -n Un "There steamship La Saco e. v huh atli. id oil pro «-<l ’ i his poi * ear l.v to* ay. Carpentu »r will the ,olm - • main ill • fix C da .vs a ii i Hu n w 111 de from rn pal I for the I a. 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