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   Morning Globe, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1926, Atchison, Kansas                               THE SUNDAY HORNING GLOBE. PRICE FIVE CENTS ATCHISON, KANSAS, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, TWENTY PAGES. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. NO. 12980 Some Men Are Very Much Like the Chicken's Neck at a Banquet The -Chicken's Neck Just Gets By BIG EXPOSITION HERE TOMORROW 'Annual Event lo Slart at 7 in 'LINGERIE DISPLAYS AT 9 __.a, "Ruf- fles" and Oihci Arc Hoiuly, AU bison's imwiiil Aulmtujlhc an liiinislrldl ghoyi opms, tomorrow Ut Mbuiorlnili'ill. U o'tloc-k tn tho the tloins at the titill IIL thrown open, untl lito ercmrN lUff tugfti to hi into the. iHulUorluui ft wort liifniHrul sh.hl will h___ Heavy festoons oF muld-colored "ilreuaen mnl hrjifht balloons ciUrtir decorated nnd Interest lag In (histrlnl ftml niUoniolilte T- KtJfKetj-tS'ly rim lilted n, hi.thc siHUng for t Ms year's late Hut the Anisic selling nml decora (ions will not lie nil. An inli resting tuis.Veen afrarifietl for the entire vrefcl lU'Ogrjim (Jiol ..HltciJud nttract IniRi  to (lie lionU- nt Mx'iiiorlnl Imll Hie CHIIIOH-S Ktifnos, txjiccts (o llirili ijiii witJi dfs'rt'icll.v woiHlorfjil ami sliinls '1 IK iittlor hahp' ajion TueKdny nrtoi'tioon at two o'cloOk, and eontlmiD onciijiftcriionii ivoeV. .-JJimttrctts of ttnlitos are oxtwd-  tbvt lulh, of oitr lc sjstim ts iniOei ji iei> paliol miunttnunti. Ibc tnittt cost of the iOJ ronil mid 77 hrE'lbis flnl of SPEED RECORD ob McDonough Averages 142.9 Miles an Hour at Mia.mi Ing theli ntttntiun UKectloi ot (bo sfiflo ctnlrnt 50111 "inltlec. I'reil'S. Kohprlsoii, "of Knnsn C'Uj 1ms unnointceri I'tnl he i hK farpucll apnpiirntice EIS an actlvi hnikr when hr- ilondm (he cuetnurtu( to the late L'ol oncl Sam. 11. Aoiitloti..; A clmlriiinn t sncrcpft Mr Koberivoti on the stnt coimnlttec ill IK> --elcctci wliou the vnmvmicn ttoiiwn fo T-ihe 1'iut lull tins K iiroBtiim [Hm tuitl neoplWns for the men h plannctl meet JVTC i-rhiHtiileo for tlie notnen ondrow clnb ami tho C oncjre1 C o mm it I oo During lii (nttter part of the dm the, tornuil 1ms 10--S nteetnn, of the lull omir (tie Ivncisns JKmo eratEc 1 til IDOL Live nuuiiul bnmjuet IVD the rooC i the, hotel (KanST in the evonlits; with -KJinc'i-r K.'-Scot tirc'-idetit of the c4uu im lonstinaste Mr wns fir6 mftrwhul Governor .lonntli let during 15, 1 IIP tornl of last Heptemor Tl-ISS- hits ht'eirnlloUc InTeilenil roinl nitl_. .since SCHIITZ WOlJLDSio wcnty Six Year-Old tomio For Arraign- meiit Monday. Ttio lit on Hb 20 nmtomlL cnnfesatd todtij e hud; shot "and severely wounded" a hiti woman but fullul to C-phiin lu he tlia it "1 (Ihhi't know: u-Enit r dtd mitll I inv aunt iihuiil Louis Sklshko. n MuSwcred Hie yherUf nd connti nttoLiicj nskwl him ns bin motive In-shootlnt Mis MulJd iinin, a farmer s> v.lfo bklshko In tho eonntv to n a ot nssiiiilt a iteodlj [1911 ititint to Kill Mrs Dumi (uvhlle, In n Enj, frajn the sliotgun .it licV t'iiccjiiflictfiil hyltlift Imlitiii Ter jaw s shnlteied und marly 11 her tbeth.torn out shot' "mil firetl nt liei tnj monuitg as she o tho loft of tlie horn in (he Dmia hen'the Indian htul kff hts oun it. miir: frotu the Dmni ilnce, ho fiitselj-.toUlhis wife he io'iSork for (tit ttiiiim. SUlsltl o s 210 nercs of 1 nut He is tin attict- of boij 3 and 1 ohl After ohlatnlnif tonf( ssum tion tic Inillait; Floyd -W: comity at oruei, and Charles M Hole he i ,ltonffr grilled him foi hour1 n an nttetnpt to 1  aunt ahou tlie explim'nlion lie mosfc tho Indian would An imnunt of n in nil Knct jv Ski'.hkos (orilnro> tr, ist us hi Jell In through fence nnd he tinpti. Shotgun shells tlie lues ictl officers' U the snilaiit'-s hldiui; jiliU'tvniDy today at lie home of nnollieL IiiO ui FRANCE TOBALAHGEITSBUD6ET End of World Is Predicted Qy Professor, No Immediate it will go on ivhlrHntf oa Its orbit for another 000 QOO (fines ft3 long H 1ms already whirled wh.'i that Mmi" romps, (lie 91111 will pefc to6 close' to IWa planet owl poufl That will IHJ n Just like the snuffing out of Q camlle, H will mi.lt (By Tlio Press) Fell F R iouitou of the Uolverally ot ChlcnEo, fiicd tho .date ,ot ttb tbe rorlil But them Is hamcdlafe cause or .'ularni. innj flginc St out In aid, HKe ihfB Smes n million years, or (otio ijijjjdrlJ years. S UNCOVER HUGE LIQUOR R1NC Operations Extend From Coast To Coast. am! lie destroyed tho universe before 1 group of btudenta la t niBlit, Vroftsaor Monllou pictured: siwce, bo'ttoni, unil 200000 lltht jonrs from cml I" ivattli HKo disc WAS BURIED IN A DRIFT O M Babcock Imprisoned by Snow for Eighteen Hours Near Reno. in his car, nml biiriwt (u .for, more tltnti alphteen OMAHA SLAYER IS STILL FREE Police Baffled In Attempts to Solve Mystery, In Terror. fll> Tfio Tns OnmlKt Neb tb third victim of tin inamaf hours wns tlic Inst ot sulpec batllcd foe tils, lite In n Conn o M D.UO.K. I fiantlc man hunt In the a tcrritile .added job of nlhnliiK of nu ex war Keno, Kns Uted Mr s cur hetoiue lotlgwl In aj Ttia shooler who has with n n cut on a Ji' uillDer nciilioji, n rifle or nuto Before I colllil n" mr out sumiostillj cqulpiml will: lliLilrlft Mr Unlicotl, sllcucor was Mmtlrt toiili.111 il tho lind tlic qnun In lie Council Bluffs mllroiul MinK luiiil mo nml the cur ttonlil nut IniHR- Iransftrral his nUnltlcs then, llto stwin uui I Uul not "'t'1' unio tolenvotli, ilio ouh   ihttr wbotlior lircr (tri has to t'lpriscnlnli'.o Tolin 7 lo 1 "1 l of the Lhe offer imuli in a t< leiircseutnthc HtU tinnton cif TLMI-, Hint the joor iiol If pernitsslrin t m'e.vrer.V'ls ready of real tieer lo to it. ii- ui s PVI.M in SETTLEMENT WITH ITALY Miviissippt Suiitor Tt Ciiiwc Xi'-Vl SfiiHle (lly Tlic Ails.irtutc-.I I'rcRH.) Titlshm'ffli, Kftb. lo thft Italian settlenieitt UJH voiced lUTi? lojili'bt by Hcjialor I'at llnrrlsron, nieiuber -of Ilio Hfnnte UtinncO' hi ve I'ly (9 for a "plnh of terms with the .Mussolini govern nifut, ITo. .tho I'e Pol nl MI i? ml thul the next nrgu mcnt In I hi is Ilkeh to center iirotmil Ihe dent tho fslssfftr'I ftiM.tt wonhl Ixitter lo icitve Uic dflii uuscttleil nc- t ieuDS more fjnouidrc Holy thija those grunted (o f'rcj or Ilclifliini, Senator irnvrMn nEso. f-iirly by ot Iho (nx l-flt onf of coiirei-cncc 'yc-stcr Ihfi. (orniv irf niul asH-rtcil the" (Mitral Hint' That would j-tve. TtnJ; tmilcr Il.Vi.'WfOKB JIAN IIKAOS SHRINK IMKKCTORS' IMIUY (Mi JJic Vasoolalcd J nvs Tcslnijtoii, kj I ili A Sludnll of. .llnUlmnrc prcsirlcnf of flip Slirluc OTrcrlors' ns acjclollon (if Norlli nl (In1 olos inj sewlim of Hi Iluw iMj tonrcnl n teiliiRlon Ho stiff-c Kcnnelh h Ollloltr of fos Anuclcs ,wLo viiii !n llif offko of rm president n-. lira cniivciition cjft.foi 'Itio Slillnc; (UrfiWM liming. limli fm nplI'Min 1'tiliu ItuetJi Mve Ik-iieh loaiorrow Urns were mtide lodny and the downpcr eonnte The-fount luVs mnilft i ho ivns_.imhapnj' 'a Palm Ifftiotcil him Rot his i-reiitost satisfaction whl the ten iris courts. HUT. tills dennrliiro .o do V.'Un tlvp out In'ni" liy the Kogcrs fom- lo lit Voter Oonstantin, inonlhs ohl son, roiili! not be I't It r (sited his fnthtr wcok for (hoi allotted copl on ncLiision put Ihe nn .hour. Ilie crime esp  for thft 1'resldcnt tcUcd, but d'.irhiK tlio da lie hiidfct IJlrcc'or I-oM of tlio hm Ami signed t by Secrelrfr; J milrj, of (1 in tit principal -pLtikei ut the luin ptel will he liH'se fhnilos 5{ Ha> St. l.oiuX lieatl of (lift McAdoo (o IJe Kcqinied 1 01 of Kiiutitpo Iflil. Uiv 'I'nti AKSorliitc'cl fe vas n tor he ffom ill-ssonri nl the lust iLb senate J (T> 0) m.'.'lfuml convention, dlliKoiitly iniHliiai- 1 nn r MI-T. one Ilemocratic Its ivbvk on the. fimuujtal Those state offiW'Ont in Ihe prospects now; arc that its tulleil centors nbont.lhu be foi dlibtusHJon tuvt Moinbiy. .Donald oC oimffdnlc for (jovornor, is show tup. n Ipril, e, liM'Inmt Ihn field loitay. to eoiieiliiite Us views 'ns fnr as l-nr r (.O) t rjior i-> proml'-eiJ tltosts' -of ".the chamber's tlte linniniet, am] cdnmiitlee, .in order to 'avoid tt tilndmi lins of UK CrtLiuls thnt IIL lie u like two Sn. u-nl fi-iiturfS- tlic; t-hamlk'r's Swi inuUhcr torm. Irech f ninendnil, however, ntoMf WORKERS [iid lo .1 icixirt inensnres to iuhimi the tod; the pros-: ers. UHMARR1EQ itike nt lojist another month it Is now foredist lii (be ehnmbor uf ti> filial nel ion on army Sn n V them ill Sui'ittj- Must IViKv.ml because as Mipy'reltiru from tln. Mumte Hre not likely ins bn Tin- AKxociiitfld weakness of.tlin fi-anc for im mtioi (ihiino I cti SQL must two diiy.s-, wbcn.it, nmiiii :0 hrt >i 'itw "fitjiiiil-ornsir' nltJtndi; record "f 28 ll> t'li" ttip mothor 'JDII! -to the fitct 'Unit lilscU tt nni to rt'jjr her ehihl Tn tin: nropVi" obliged to ,von nnotliyr inoiiih tktJiued lu Conine nr spinkiis at tlic final rhi tion ni tU'fuuK hoi prt'-entnltu of tlu t htld b adoption oC (tic for piohlhltion lit i (Mms ON i Hi state ivelfjm- lioiii-il of cniitro lij- fitnlo Imvrf to furco the Kiujiueers unil j to lila I tbitt Itodi! .r .'lo Hie recording 'of- Tlic 1 n wJtli UM> birtli r.M'oixls 'J'oxrtH, Feb. Doeision Hutli loJh> of rnilrond Inlior linai'd in trn Itl AC on the walkout of .Sla fudiors fiT fllPKiiiiunfcV ;md trainnient iistcilly wining lo thi 3d iinntiinionsly Jute. notf X. coinmlttec ot offircrs hud -20 scftved to tienth liy- the employes' US" fnif ti ti ttiUjrjtidie, tiniliiilonmln, general committee v, ii reparation for a slrikc a the (temnnds of tlie sal 011 it Rl met by the for t three hrotSierhooiis wnl low secret that lench icinli Sb.ii Itcmiins hi Elmt all rains of Ihe illssoiiri Pacific as n He, Me roi u ns s OMI Icxrifi and I'mlfic tnnK-i on while Pr mcc i b Alcxandrlfi and New Orlonnn be inn titled Texas and re had rose from n bed fotln> The lnbor hoard's decision on the lU-niilien T. 1'. crews to n his or forty ttin, 'iiis IS-be alin her niiifch 'tn Ihu uomcn s doubles in two sets, slin tluvt lltils, employ niid not meet demand foi- exclusion of IMl.s.sotiri over this piece of n lier last iip'Wfiranw foi nt Iftist n victory for thd (l t> hours, Klie 'scratched, from, f n tho count p   ind cctilrnl elin lo Jlt'jiJilIcii for lirr After a whorl at nt a. m. loilfiy, the ngnln totm> wlilcli 1ms nlitrc with Mrs, tcrlhwdllc she defeated Noble Oiiflimlc For Wcclt, Weiilher, It. Dr c, i'lttmniw fngfnml, wffhopt t He, loss for Ihe ilouitay Uppor Mississippi ind lower Mis sourl probnblllly r >vcreo Rll PCV lilt IT HUR THRKR KYK orcr ibn south and anoiss oi ratns over Ilio nonh portion at the, be, (finning nnd tlie latter Mil cat Ion Idol nJilc fionnto Yorlf, Veh. ills luiric nt (tirfli 1) of the nnvy, stepped tpmpernture IK> normal most of (tjc aliont U CAT! In lila Uic rlflo on tliD U S Illinois, tlie N'ow York nayAl mUltffl IrXlnhiig ship throo Mon n 1 n In nnd Pin ton lie ifoaii> fnlr cnjtt nnd occaatoni rains or of dlvjde, tn >Dii ohlcms jn flro BliotH Ills other w II la get close lo tlio .reri tor of tiie, Quit Mostly" Ollfijil 10 ImproiupJii nliore nfjririnl c InsfKction of Ihe fif rims nlwnL 1 lours, which nys." It hwird iiieii appronchinu. AVIicti they iniilly shovHed my ctir from 11-s wtiltL nub, I was alitc to on my way '.Wftjf.v oiliPi' tfli's .ivt'rc nl.so Jmpris- nctl in ttio 'finowdrifts on tlmt road, luit Slioul hTlpulos. of road uUu and volunteers'Worked niKienshiR- ;to thessc their nost orcnpnnls More tluiu fjiches of fell In Hint sec nn [I I IK drifts were ten nnd tn' KOIIIC places. Mine e.tiJcrieiut tlmt t would lice Old not share .this feeling, ai kept all available officers wi duly m on' the lookout mysterious v No Motives Discovered. As in the cusc of Dr. A. It. Sunrh found duifl in hit, ot fite mornim, anil tin shooting ol WiUliim'-.'SrcDuvlU, ilalr. worker, tlie strtGt Kkimlny ulfih' 16 motive" lias' IHJC'H foi met, for woum' KANSAS GIRL WITNESS IN GOURTMARTIAL OF CHAPU1H Miss Lnrilo Swnllcw of Lnwveiu'c Will Testify In Trtnl. Tin- ArtJrorlAlQd ITcss'-l KttS., Vi'l- uf Liuvrence, will for she to npiienr us a witness for ntUm in tint trlnl court- (if (Ho Kttv. On-lllo'l. Clnnipiit, ehii'ihiiii Feb. lay by .Mill's Lucille Swallow tlmt hiul lieeu icd ,a witness lu the court Irlril uf Chnplftln Oryllle H U. W, was (ho first pub sure of tits fntliu; Hie mllUdry ijrh the case bn'ti- boon [tend- soino mouths, not- nil llu> tin have been invoslhjiiUMl, tinny of- iere i'ahl. It -wns lenrned. I tint the cuse twp Bills. nlu C'lfinipllt wo d Fort I'.cavctiU'ordi, Kna iinsferred to Vnmjoiivor, and 1 .Stationed nt the Tresidio of WhiMi questioned todny the cliiiphii it) ivnikfi n stntcmont inid IjeenJtiHtrncted by his .suiwi r. Waiter K. lllmhnll, net lug idvpcatc; for the "lintli corjw hi lie )md appointed n pfoaecn the wise rind ndiiilltod tlmt liatl lieeri sinnmonecl to le-sli as n piusccntlun First Martu Known Tlim-sdny, Feh. n Orvllte I. cTnmpltt, U. H. A herd last 'J'hur.sdn; vhen nevvspaiifra'en tnvcstlpnted pora tliree of special ordci- nnnibc notl Vebrnnry 10 nt sevcnt iirea pninhn, Xettr The order directed JTnjor Unrry I :lt. Infantry, Fyri T-ravt'tiwort iplnln FrAiiklfn P. iSlwiv.'Judg to" goiicrnl'ii tlcpnrtnicnt, to take in l.eo I-nwrence and Knnsna City, Mo cafift of Chflplriiii Grndrr- pro'pr.tetov, oC i worth' rooming hons'o, was oned for several bowr.-r ilinplnln, enEil H.yami. who last ycar'waa n Etude n at the C'tinplaln'a T.cn'vc rolm O Uudolpli r rcnc ;O.wtM. Itrntlicrtcm fiin] Mr lo' Tic riuestioned lilt, In uo on huard. nnd empty; enrtrhlHe.s o .'22 fonml at the scene, The theory .tbut the killer wua Clec lug Omiilm Is atlll Itultl by'-yoUix. Tin- he fenred1 Johnsfon would In him and lu ttiror ope in d flu of the pellets stineK nni bl) result futiilK more, In (lie when! AlclJavltfwa.s KhoV, t lliii of the downtown J: portions hu'd-reported'their homes ha liuuii fired fnto inul the nlyht followin ii driiK atoro wimlo WALES mm SAOOL i empty .'22 was Iteward.-i for, miprolieiiHtnn of ti: ooter. biive rt'iifliiMi 'posted b EOENT MEX1G6H REVOLUTION ttetiinf iVjyiinsI I'resi-nt (Jovernn (lly L'r ?SiCo City, I Irnltcd Kinte.s yestenlny of Xxitiiu pnlitiv nl atuoi Kill AlfOtlfO t-U HLlLllU, lilXltll' f Adolfo Ho Hucrtu (who Is 101 tt rorott a Mextud) nst l'rentdent d ujii.'J-; ndered ETJIIL VOLUME ndictmonU Near Aftei s -'Investigation1 at Cleveland. eek-, of rinuvd jurv InvestIga m here into an nrttlonwido to tho eighteenth iiindmuit htno t tried to show lion flie optnitions of do but not brought sight the end of Utc'liiquirU. rVs; qnestluiilny oC-wltiicsses nn to tluj lieu links forged the clmiri of Idcncc that now aclies fiom Mui UieijO to Vrovtdcnuj d link-, up ring in Neu ork, Iloston, Atlantic mark I'hlliuleli'htii, Chicago Cleie- iid St 1'anl MhineaixtHa Duhitb inl other Inrye Ucforc- el'ftjs District Attornc> lltniHliX'ii hopes to indict 1 nnd 100 pprsoits for ag ns JOO overt with ,10 htlc rand juo "i rctiss until Ir Ucrustccii ib nt on the ludlU icnts, tiuvlnf? boinn rinto seclusion fur iot purpose lien tlio jur> ctnriib U lb scheduled to tiotil night for the first time tn lilt. of federal tonrt dep irtniLiit agents etn sent from to St 1'nul iii-ipoHs 1'hlliKHelpUhi to p on IiiiKd tviul to. help ronud esses for wliom.Uujrc nra the nn-iuliLiiilon of iliebo uU awl iii'-tici.ts new Idcuce is Mictted lu tUft optratlo.ii if lustLin bubstdtiilea ot Hit rluj, _ loin Millioimncs I arty arrests lime mndt hi the and mori. Uwn tuo to >c tt has been tattd Aniong thobc nho lire still oiiLjtitare said to In; fq'nr I'liihidelphlu Wall street of (lu' mn ViiKing definitely f molted to lute nit liitcuirfcl ICM.HUL ofliexis piofes'-toniil ind bikini H iit.ii tie ads nnd employes of inelnstrlnl alcotiol eompanUs Tntlron1.! emploiei xutoinobite trniisfcr men, .ruck. drivers, former poticeiuen and bootlLngers nlrtiul> aCutem-ed In othtt CJJSL'S. HtorloB emanating from the tliatrict office from tJme to lulleutu .the following oiierittloiia of :lie ''riiiii rhifi Hie headul lo four Phlhulelphlu millionaires. Assoi'lntcil wHh the per'tent of the uU'nhol tinslnes.s In United Stntes, the. .prlcu from wrist to wast nipt to Htnrt i The Mexican U Is us jilrondy were u of tho Jil- eKCit plot before- nrro-sta SVL-M n art by (be Amerlnni ttf u gout H. MCuusfl Lit Uuerta wns tu'l'CiiU'.d it'KI I'aso nml'TorKc 1'rleto l.nuruiih t Fridity. They, jointly vlth other Mexican exiles, aro under Hllctuienl by n fcdenil snu'd Jury In Sun AiHuiilo on nf o overthrow tho (.'idles in of oUiohol on eh ut dlstlllerj- Thn output wns sold to whrtlesntor 'or u yt'iir roinltt-d Vvi byougUt ilie conn try's iiltohol bill for .litpioirf from Ubl one source to over a yeur llujie Scope of .Vine hundred o cueli weeU, or gallons LI year. initial L'slnhlljihiiioiit of two tlUni'Lu-s hi two Mut'yiittul mill- o'lo. in Kentucky "Wtift fotlowcti of sub- in I Hldlarics In vfir'ons rltJes to sell tlio {product at ami snh-riillury were I'.stabltslieit under protcc Ion of Incnl inithorillfs nitd tn TWEHTY ALIE6EO LiQUQR CONSPIRATORS CONYICTE8 o! YYurhing Hum Kininers Riiclio Acquitted. ciUtlc, '20. 'IVenly ot 29 defendants In nu (illtpcd conspiracy to Hhlp liquor. Into lie United States from f.'uiiann, head Ity Hoy QJmsfOiitl, llenten nit of he-re, were .convicted by i Jury Into ioilojr, Tlie clfiltl ed fiictmlect Mrs. Klslo Ohnstearl, wife- of (ho official. The VtosccHtloiv (HwvgeTl tlmt m 'Aunt Lisle tastinp IwdUmc storlca from n Jncfll stnllon. !hsd. Inter- flporseil nnd to vessel? ciiffRRCd In cotwplracj wftli ries of the nctloTis o( "1'ncte TMj; uml his rompnnlohs of "ftcdtiine" Innil. Tho a Sal begftn JnnnAr; 10. TKOorfi OUT AFTKK-AKUKST. n.sslasippl fiiinrdsmpn Called lo Dufy Vollowlne Murfler. jll> AsjrndalC'l Troac J .Mellon, KiiKlnnd, Kcb. 2ft, Tho Trfuco of Wnlca la liack In tluj ITndeterrcd by Ids recent fall. In bo fiiifftrM tho of eolliir hone, hft Jplurd tlio the UEankncy hunt RIH) tlie linmu'A tmlny llln collnr tl.oi nld tt> iultlt-u of MtualMipp.l. .National Onlf Tort tonfsht itcretl by. Adjutant General CvmU Grccu to, IminctHrite duty lo prolcctl Harold Jackson nr.d .fnines Fnvo r" rested tis ft result of !lic Uiitriiur o( W litter plants es- fo (.nniei (tin t (sti'rii pro iR-i'il itt'iiiitnrcd proilnct Into Mi form i. Clcviflniid wftrf-chost'd it's n re-distJII- Hiwl dtstrilmUoii uf Its lake nml rullronrl fuclUties :iml its location. A iihint Was cperrileil iifider (he guise'of it pot1 poliil for lUhmls and IndhiniK with In smaller ell les ?n Uluv-o tiltlttlS, St. nml. ihi site of a u-lth-li north ern cVtlen.nnd supervised dlstribiiiina to the I'aclflc con tit, IiiO.000 of nU-onot n on rt coiiFtrrvntlvo esdnmte of atwidol routuinius Ions wc-ri1 make nn as 300 pillons as Im-rvJi-u  vhlch will 6c trjwttif thUtccntU nnnunl-neoilventioa of tho vOKlock nsaocla lion h winvfho held Thursday, ami Saturday of II. Unzlelt of Kl 1 nnd J. A, Mc'Lofiwre, trhoso Ixidlcs ,ivero found curly KrUltty 'icav Picayune. rCha ttoopK WCTO' ordered out by Ml- rccUoti ot tho (forernor, who liad Informed by tlio filierlffn of three, eoiilv ties Involved In search for and of tho iltnt condi- tbrcits oinluoiw, pclcjjo'r of ''Mnxford Place." ami one tho iiiflialsfiVbmTncn.t bfWMlcrs oC Hew ford inttlt? In tho st ite on lu tbe brcxxllng OtbOr Hivokers arc? W. A. etll tor of tlio IVwkly Kaosfls City Star: Mrs. Vrnru'ls .Vcuold ot Vcsd, [f.'OlantU'r o( Kaiisns Mo., Coru I'redltlont K. IX Slajj (.'hlcnso. pt tho Nn- J Mcrvcr ct IbcVoO   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Introductory

$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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