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   Morning Globe, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1926, Atchison, Kansas                               THE SUNDAY TRICE FIVE CENTS ATCHISON, KANSA'S. SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1926.-SIXTEEN PAGES. FORTY-NINtH YEAR. NO. 12992 The Globe FeeteLike Celebrating; 37 Years Ago Today the BostonStorejave Us Our .First Full Page Ad ATCHISON WINS CHAMPIONSHIP Take Final en Worth. Froni CONGRESS ASKS MEXICANFACTS Senate Impatient for Pubiica DENTON 'B" WINNER F.otli Teams Yiclora 1" Last Tournament, Developement of Strictly American Type of Man Is Now Under Way In United States, Scientist Declares tion of DetaiU. FRIENDLY SETTLEMENT NEAR? Lenders Indicate Asrcciuont Mn Development Hoachod on (AssncUileil Hurl's AU'hlson hlgl AVnwlihiuton, loam ilpfctitccl tlie 1 cloiui......----_ 1.ritrpitwtinU Wqh HHV.roKtUUml HsseusUm COM- the new .Mcsiean imm iiir-clil, :i.l lii it, Jit. llio ItooKeveU iiml wmi tlio Cliiss "A" rliiimiiUmslilii of Mm NonlM-tial Kansas llliyjU. '1'lic- (Hats "II" of Hi" Insl night lie- of inU'i'tmllounl laws'niiiien'r Vo 'IK; lirifllnK nwny, 1ml Hie outlook for pe.ieo over Hie .Mexlenn fillnnllon In cotiKrcss Is nol so rosy. "Without ntneli (lelulle, (tin went to HIL- Quintal.. wlilHi iViilPil tlm Hipiiltimt I o( ft strictly American mini hns' ronc-lKtt llio point In tins older li'fui stock when.! if Is lint lUrricnU 10, [liallnmilaH 11 from HJD iwoplo ot other countries, Dr. Alcn ilnllteUa, inilliro- pdlOKlsl of MIR KtnitliHOHlnii liiHlltu- iloti, lotlay in Ilio rc.HiiltK.oC oxliiuistlvij slmlk-s of Hid sul.ijei'1. sfl'ltl, "shows llinl; ilio nltlpr .stock 1ms tipliroat-licnl llui ffirnuitioii of a dtatiuv't Amoriaili T.liln Is fillll nwii'o.st to tlnil of innlu'pi-asontlors, ibu ;bnl In srntiive, in.iiliysl- nLiiKHiiv ini'l lu hi'hnviiir. il IK ulremiy nore or less Id R Ollt'." A tlioraUKii of tho on tho okl Amorlnind mill itii! InimlKriiulH, Dr. llnllickn sniiJ, jusUfled him in aiHwcrinu nOKattve' Ihfi fjuc.sllon wbnlbor worn sulrutlfii: for fenriny racjul dulcriiinillun ns a result of fpriiipf ImiiilRrdHon pnllcioj. THo Anierioiiu WHS tie- .scrihed in wny: "II is chariu-icrlyicd liy (till stalnn1, JiMuj; iho tnUosi of ;ill Ihu Ifirtjei- L-roniis of wlilto hy, on (Tut UVi-riiKi'i inctUum of (1m hiilr, .with Kwivcity ntlult ii-crnlenllv mixed eyes, nv ones Oiowlny more or less of a Ijrowii'Qd- iilxtnre; hy one. -IncliacitEoti, hi youth, lo sinewy sleniliiruess, and iv otlior featnren. Tlifi nmlii chnr- icterteUcs o! Ha Iwhuvlov are. In Ron- oral, lint little sentiineiitulily or nf- fectntlon, null relatively few exlremca ftrenl Dr.rliajis la fimtnclal nnil oecnsioaally In religions deuvota. Tlie type wns BR1AND S FALL SHOCKS LEAGUE Diiturba Plant For Next Week's Meeting. RUSSIA AGAINJ MENAGE? Officials Believe Soviets Arc Acting With Chiiia And Turkey. nol .N and was not even nearer Xonllc Ihai lo Alpine. On the. contrary, ho add Hie Hellish, it was an inter i ivpe, close Ihe nieil null while people in general. LOVE TRIAL FOR POLA AND RUDY Actrets Bethrothal Is To luiinh exploil cd liko Hie Hellish H was an iniei- i ing In the corridors of llio pilhico 01 mcdlalo type, close to Ihe medium of j Hie League of gallons could hnrill) repi'oseiitntlvo.s, The hiM or (Ids week Conch Hurl's pmli'Kes will go to Kansas .Kns-, U> coinpolo with oilier louroiimeul win- ners fur Hie. righl lo represeul tills sec- tion of ihc stale lit Ibe Kansas, meet, ill Lawrence, In two weeks. II wns an oven more one-Ridcil Unl- 1 Hint Alchlsou-I.cavenworth Hum Ilic mosl hopeful finis expected, M.rt Conch Hurl's lurls almost slml cut Hie ilowri-rlver opponHils. coul scored by dur- lus ihe IK minutes of piny; "11 sis l.oim'iiworth scores resulted from free Uiron-ii. .Ionian slnrleil MLO scoring for Ihe Un-nls less Hum a mtouto, lifter Hie pnine was willed. selling up n leuil Hint vvns nut hL'adoil. At Hie close of Ihc fii-si linlf Alctiliion was ahead. Hi to :i l.eavenwortli went scoreless In Ihe second null (bird periods. Ilnmner null Oilman, Aiohisou put "I1 wonderful wraps, lienlhiK iloivii ullnck afli'r allnok. .liinhni loci In Hie scor- ill" U-llll ICM 10 Ills Credit. II Ijust fiami! adopted today a resoHilion asking Hie stale 'department wlii'ther any objec- tion from ileslco mis delaying publi- cation of details.of Ihe diplomatic .ex- change lielwoeu nnd Mcxl- oo Oily, now upnurciilly approncliiug nn aiiiEcahlc conclusion. Al the .same time Senator King, Pom' ocrnl, ariiioi.iiood he would ask for consldeirit'le more light ou lite sit- iincslhm wheiliei iiaHon, including Hie Atchlson.--' lluiisc', f.. IlttiunrY. g.. Illghfill. f.. Mcllratncy, f. Talllls.. I.eaveiiwovlli. Mclinire, C vvtimer, C-. Wolf, K---- I.OSU1I, K..... From I ho lieslanlns of llie.tnoi nilvoca u o '2 o o o .14 0 10 KT 0 3 0 o o c 0 12 0 1 -1 0 all over Coach Herlicrl the foreign relations ooimiillleo told I inghain bigh aggregation somite loilny Ibe notes would Iscb llcreroc, McCail; umpire, Tomlio, AUhison, 18; Kffingliani, 18. Alclilxon's red and gold-clad eers all over Htiwlt's Kffliighani Friday nlgbt, lu Ihe Inlllnl Class "A the baHlv -IS lo Ib. pivoting, passing wllh ll-hliilng-llkc rapldlly, anil shooting from all corners of the fbior. Coach Ono Harts hoys liad lltllo trouble in a 22 to ii lend in Hie first Imlf I'hiy was slightly uiore oven lu I lie second half, though Ihe locals eon- Inmerl lo draw awny from Iheir oiipon- ctils wilb Jrmlnii bearing the briuit of ihr offcti'o .llcrberl (llluinil also pill mi" nn espceliilly hard fight l-'riday I'wilrui nu.l Hills slarred for lOfflng- Aiucrlenn Ambassador Sheffield had IH-CII Ihriisl aside by Iho slalo dcpnrl- ment and whether llic determining force in the ucgolill inns .had liocu for- mer Ambassador diaries H. Warren, wlioKe nomliiiilloii lo lie nUoruoy gcn- -rnl was rejected the small- n IHA'sn't Civil Tho llllih scimlor did uol' elaiiornlo lis reference- lo Mr., Warren, wlio has, H-CII In frcipiciil ceiil'ereiice wllh Soc'ro ury Kellogg since the .Moxiciiil contro ver'sv licciuiie acute. Tor several days .-river, dlplomalie lut spceulullng ou Ibe significance Hie respective roles ployed in Hie lies tillons by Hie present null Hie form Ambassador. tronbl lie f I rin slant! liy the Hnilcd Kiale iliust uiiv encroachment Amcr con Interests, lie made some plain pro nnuticomcnts of opinion Lo ........_.._ foreign office, nnd for n while till Lunatic break appeared entirely I ullilc Hut soon afler Mr. Warre was called Into Hie disc there iiplionrt a noticeable trend toward nn agri niciit. The delalicd circiimslaiices iiudcrl lug ihoso.surface developmeiits are ke ilosi- secret nl Hie slnte deparimci Offlioals there decline lo concede at illly Hint Ambassador Slicfflf may Iniv'e taken offense, saying Hi Imv- heard iiotliini.' lo indicate a i vclopmont of lhal character. Itorali Is lloprfiu It expected that the iliploinn lo date pi und Chairman llurali reliillous coiniiilllcc told I UP "LOST SON" NeKraska Parcnta1 :Now. Be- Their Own in France. BURBANK SEES GREATER DEEDS saftfani Mart-li Convinced :it Ilicir .son', Arthur l in MINE TROUBLE AT PITTSBURG 'Says "Everything Is Yet t Dono" in Improving Plants. Be'Operators Said to Plan Injunc tion Against Union Ac- tivities. (Or 'flie Assuclalril New March ti-l.ilHi lliir- (Ill- The Ass liailk, e iH, KIIH., Jlareli I-'ollowini; v-ill bo 77 vein's uiil loiiioc-'n miticli ol'nliniil 100 union miners on is to, livo HI li-ust five vmirs fire sloatu sliou-1 iilliuls In tills hi llmt Iicrniil ilo, Itn-'nioat oncrnlors touiaht wore work-of .Ill's life.' KIIVS llio s-iiil lo lin moi'ii sniMou downfall. Ifxluyo irtvp ;iiiy tlihii WIsHilo IlvliiiLirs Korei'innotil In Kvunco on Hie   re urolitom rcuontslructiuK (lie -iio fouucll. which nro to pro MLO oupnhitf of the formal sess. This frrtliiK .was nltnyeil the Inte Be Te.t. that Hrlniiil lind Ulort to lenvt ltc ot" the eol; s ImHcntM Ibi liriTc work of Ills lire, mo MI... lu varliiv youth, WHO for more llni.i Science Moi.llily. II is wta.nlry cn-Kn.. o fot. 'N nrlorly luti'lcil tin. ,-ask.t which llic what ho vvill nlilc lo twi- am n vc Ib s iclorv cviilciici-. llni purc.HS.TintiMcwIjlioHe to .proUncu'. ulnnls willi KralriH lie u "u in, as lUcir'ow.i nu.l-llcclnicO Unit and fruits luri.-orll.llil imy wo liavo a [once II i Ho offKlns icy woulil cure for him. lie wits saiil urosonl, willi nuirc vnricil rinv.irs aiul A 1110.101 i.irinoii or -s o from luliorcnloKls. will, botlcr uml .s J II. The Utiitel 'ShilM Votcriins' Itmo.'.u, oualilto, ,v, It nlorc j ami owtsvor, rcfiiRciI llMt Itiisjuna i of Ills ilciniilnicnt wore prc.3- Jitlli wiis Arllinr ruzlcr, iw. ni us, .uiw or Vlelll. out. iiiul cautloiiHl Iho men nijniiisl o wits Ai'lliur mvi.t, n JILXU.HI. i.i-[ xVrlllirljniili tools llicro Is still molesting m'Olici'ty of Ilic crew. 'imiwrlnut work liiai. UK  ln 1L -i ilniils" be snys "Tint If elvlliKiiHon Is head of II lllsirict I'l minors was in o oiiihtre, some wny iniist'lK? fomnl lo iroilnce more oC Ihrf fit and. fewer ol he unfit. ToJay. we .lire little more luiu a' -Cielil of lore anil arisen a. sutiKrlor. tyiio, he result of u fortunate anil cliiincc .-rossliii; ratlior llum of InlelllBcat. Mr. llurhnuk salil he Iwllcvcil "imir- rin-40 of the physically, menially ami morallv unfit slioulil ho. iirohlbiloil. He iilso re csnresacil his hellct Unit Ihc uarty. The flroa were ilrnwn Irom Ihc ..oilers nt Iho Osknl.xiM, i.ln.it, nnd members: of the shovel accoin niiilwl Ihc men on their then returned lo the Knit AUhousIt the crisis nud fli-lfo wilhln the ICIIKIIO cnuscd hy of vnfioiis countries for liorniau eul. Konls in llio couiioil nlrcrtily wer ifflclput lo occiipy liultlio luto.rcst, ..on- 'nii'il disiiirlillijf-uloiuont- Ihc situation louliihl. to plve ndilcii ni xtuli- to'tlic frlcniU of the lonciie. 1 the recent nillluile of I'liiun nni.l 'I'n 'key la eoiiiiM'tlon wllli loaKiio afCnir Hicse friends now see Ihc Influence i shcvlk -Rnssln. China Wauls Scat. Chliiii, like- Xiinin ai has rcHiicsH'tl olocUon I" a lu incut ou llie Imt Koii rlhcr Iliau Iliey, lins officlully fll demand for Hiicli n sent. Chii cdflcnlly dcclnrcs that slio wauls nnnnenl. llliice "in case the c.ouu which iti Interpreted lie mean Hint oven if the culurRcme chides lyo oilier nations Ihnii CALLS HIM MAN" Marriage To Take Place After Four Months If All Goes Well. flly Tha AKsncijtoil I.os Auceles, Muroli .N'esrl todnv hiiiioitnwd a "li'hil lietroihnl lu iluilplpli Viileutino ami will marry liim al tho oml of a four mouths' tos' If their love .remnliis ihe Auyeh-s says. "1 say he Is'Hie supreme, Ihe aclics-i snlil. "lleliove me. I have liiul 'XiicrJcucL- enough ivilh men. I am .oiillv a with incu. llut Uiis Is my love affair. I nm M> lo lest it hy sojinralion. the su- jti'oiue lest." Miss Xo.uri declined lo call the ar- niiomiriiL an 1 ilo nol like Unit shfi Occlarcil. "It soiiiuls like hnsluess "I love him very she ?nnl. lo Is the supreme noi cllon. lint 1 lake mnrriim'o very rtously, very seriously. If I eicr [iri'ieit, I am sure It will lie for nil BHo wild that, in liio event of mnr- fiee noillicr she nor Vnleutlnn iniiiccl lo forsake their screen tnreers nly'tlic. urrlvul of chiiilreu woulil insc her lo Icnve niotiou [lictui-ea, she lilocl. Miss plaivR to, tu tlerlln in Ijiy for the double puniose of milfclni; li'icture ami of applylni; the lime lest o the mutual love of Viiieiiliuo null f herself. lie ma" plains liavo minds, "There Is no sreat gulf belween plant and animal life. liitvii. mliuls-. liul ni any rale inlnils.' I know Unit .snbcouscions in Sonlli Diikola. wliere two hoys o iiiiurir' fnOMMfiNRFR lllFis tho family riislilc. Kelujlutw fflAiflt O bUUWIilftnUtn UltO iicln-ei-n lilui.riml llm Imiuches ot Ilie tainllv here liiul nl Kiintcii linrl become fit-allied, it was lissei-tell. Accordlu-.; lo l''ry, "liiu fhl'llnK of n lust son wns more of a nuisance linn tpi vL-in-H sou more o :i n "More'llinn hundred Americ.iiis] ns tliey hecame heller ae luive been killed in Me.vieo." said Sena- qaalnted.'1 "IU1.'. i ur Loox-Krazlei llnilcn. K; IIIiihlntMl, U. Dcnlmi's lulls, Hred from two tire- vi.ilis Kami's yosleriluy, ran lip a safe lead on llio IHKlilniul team hist nliibt. in the Insl of the lournumenl, nii.l Ilieu stalled until Iho .j-nri closed Iwltle. I'hiy iu the Initial qnar- ler wiis nbont even, ami it oinleil willi Tlciitou li-nrlliiK, lo However, in ll'o second ijuflrler Iliulilaud's defense hroke, and lhar. tu-tioil closed will) Dentou srlfcly Hlioail, 11 lo '8. cciilor was llio hiireesl scorer for llclitou willi four field'Konls; while Wolih led Iliehhunl- willi three. Tin- t-iiuio in dclnil r I ipnton. ally treated and hunslrods of millions ot'dollars In ivropi'rty oilier llinu lands Ims liccn si-iwil. I Iliink (here onciil lo lie llBht on this snhjecl, and 1 think- also we should have liRlil as to vvlielbcr Aniliaiisiidor Hbcfflchl bus been sitlelracKiil in onse. iu fuv- of I'lilirles alioul ivhoui Ihe seiinlc bus heard before." CHICAGO MOID GUILTY (lltu'illma Nllsl-.-liliu ami ilntin t'onviclcil of Sliuocr. Illy Ttia Miivch Urauilnia Nu bniini nail -lolui Wnllou Whin wen. found KHllly. hy n Jury loiiijilil of tin ii.iinler of Mrs. Nushiuun.s. lillsliaurl Albert. Whin's punishment wns fixoc nt lionth unit Mrs. Xuslimim's nt lifi iulprlaouincul. The two board the venlii't o.f tiuili. In nllniicn: Then Oraiiilma au< nlerl. Wlnn moved lo assist he t was reslriilued liy bailiffs. "I'm sorry for be Tlie fulure of Arthur is uncertain to friends of Ilie I'rneloi' fmnlly hero. Mr- anil Mrs. I'm'-lcr lire in South Dakuia. BENTlFY7lJSTEfiY WOMAN' Mlcgcil Slioutiftcr Sulil lo "c Former Convifl. 1 f.. Cos. f Itoatwrlshl. riinncy, K S I) ra PT i lllskey. Strnnk, Mi.Cnll. B h', und, Wcbh lireaki HaeiiKli dif ih'feiisi- wilb ens Highland Snf.l! jiasslliff Ihe II. Al UK-half IHfilila to 2. BI l-'orwnrds II, Sli uiU WeUi 7, Hhkey, .Htruiik 2; ceulet, 3 Hoards, Tlioinpsuii I, Ins: Warner, _KI1 ns Hiey led him nvvny, "I knew lo the coroner, I wns Ihey wouhl lei lier no. dl. wiis ver iviis'my sweotlionrl. She wns e only mother I lull! since my own cil when I vrns three years old. The verdict- wits rc-iiched on Ihe nil. ballot after Ibe jury liuil rlrs-i icrnlcd more limit litrce hours. N'nsbaum, an elderly Invnlm ron- nolor, wits ninnlorccl lu bis Jtoiitc, nc- ordiliK lo tcsliuio.iy in Ihe (rial, He ns bonlou lo death wllh a lininuier, leliled hy Wlll.i, who conspired with Irs. Nnslmimi In ilu -.uviiy witli her uslmud so tli.it the two inlnlil marry, ie prosecutor chuiTcil. I'rlnclpnl testimony in Ibe cnsc was Ivch by llirce other members of the wlio lurried stales cvlilouce ..Ml.rlln, Marlon SlrlitBhnlii ml Kdivln doff- The luller also were ulictcil for murder ami will lie tried 'piuntejy.________ _ HALE AND HEARTY AT 85 Kas., March 'mvsler.v lllleBCil shopliricr irrcslod vcslcrdny ou a Brn.ul lilreen wns lilcnlinwl today us Mm garct Hl.s-sell, alias "MM. Harry Ti lie nml "Mi-s. Lillian Kuox, orshvldle innvlcl in the Missouri still neulleiilliiry nt...foffcrfion Clly. fjt I'ulrlck's'day cnr.ls uddrcssed t several iK-rsous at "Ilox .Icffe siiu Clly, were found iu the wouin" posFCSShlil tolny. "Box -IT" Is lo ho tho address of tlie Missouri lie "information from Kansas City llcc disclosed Margaret Itnssell to the sister of .loss llusaell, lerin iu Ihe MlsFourl prison'.for big way i-ohlKi-y. One of tho cards w l .less Itussell at "Ilor -1 fmlifc lo (Vlclirale hy Hani Hay's Work, (liy I'll" Mnreb ll.-.Iustlce Oliver Weiidell Holmes .Ike .patrlnrcli of Iho siipn'Uie oonrt, lo celc- his 85th hlrlliduy lies! Monday hy carrying on with his cnsloninry iiei.vy; Ibe proceedings of Ibe 'lli'ie and hcnrly. ho on Ihc way to n record. rcninlu "lion the lici.cl for I wo years longer he will him reached tho'nwnnl ago ill which Chief Insllcc Tiincy dle.1 wulle ou acliv and was signed ''Sister, Agnes." Kansas I'ily jwlicc deelnred tlulLI woman hml nrrcslcd III Ilanulb .Mo.; St. t.ouls, I.os Antjeles, Chlcng Meiniiil'bis, Birmingham, l.lttlo nml ICnnsas (.lily. She was .sentenc lo n three, year lerni at Missouri [eiiHary ou u grand lari-eiiy charge Kansas Clly, September 20. f released October 17, MISS TALlEfASliGHTINGA Stuns 1'roni rtrrliestra I'll As KM Curried on Stage; flly Tlic Now York, March striking c nisi lo her recent seusulloiial-del rhcn she held Ihe ceuler of Ihe si ind sung I" the full glow of Ihe H ighl, Marlon Tnlley. yoimg Amc-rl irhna ilonim, sang from a chair lu orchcslrn pll In her Ihlrd appc.ln 1 Comrs lo Hear Admiral Kirlmril at ABU of (Ity TKe ASHLK-lnttii Pr-'Sa.) Mnrcll Ailmlral side, and a similar procedure carried out at tlie Republic <.'oal com pnnv mine al 'I'he miners tllsnrnieil mi emv.loye ul Iho. shovel ami upon the arrival of Kheriff Turk ington Inrued the mnh's gun Ihe sheriff. Sheriff Turkluglon hla warull.g of n few hours In. ,..t miners vlsiletl the Haven HI mil Dunkirk Coal compni.y shovels il which they hud secured prouilses i lion union men lo ipilt work Thnrsdiij 'I'he-iilnuls were not iu opornliou, lu employes were working nrouiiil tl1 Hiivoii Illock shovel. The final visit of Ihn'ilny was pn to Hie I.eono Klnr l.'oal conipa.iy pic- west of' where the men luird Wuliiwrighl, rellred, died nt nnVnl hospllal here tonlgbl. Ucntli j due lo n licarl niliiienl. lie wns rears of aye. u lloutemnii coniinawler, Hear mlral WnlnwrlBlil. was execnllve ioer lit tlic battleship Maine when wns Mown up In Ilavaun bnrhor, irimrv In the war will, i niii lie commnmlcu llio. (lloucestei-! d look part il. Hie battle wilh l.'er- fleet olf Kanlingo. Wnlnwrliilit was born In i, O., Uoceiulicr J7, He en- red Ihc naval ncadcmy lu ISCil. He is'iimde uiil for opernliolis In the crelnry of Iho navy In nml was Hied by operallon of law, December 1011.' EROIC ACrSAVES HONOR west nsrced lo work liutn eraiors sisaed up. In Topckn. Kas., March messa lo Sheriff i. TurkliiKton tlint 1 wouhl he lielil riWvmwiWo Cov taw e forccmcnt In Crnwfr.nl county lu co iieetlou wllh of. miners, w ordcMd sent loiilg-hl hy Allorney oral .C.-II. 0'rlffltli... Holand lloynlo nsslslanl, prc-imro-Ol Ihe luess-aKe. "II is just us much UP M'0 Tnrklnglon In preserve order i protect properly and clliOTis cxercis- -.ss tiotiinnrt. Officlrils of'the league snid ion'wht ait they see in.llie Cbliiosc. move a ireat "of 'wllhdrawiil frqiirtbo. loatnie i event Hint her do.iirimi Is .refuscil. ho.y feliv that Moscow, whose Influ- mi In Olilnti Is lucrcaslim'. Is Incltlnn eklug lo push ou wilh Ihls demand, oiling that this in Olih.n's froiii llio   hail nliliiluiHl to cash ruihvuy pay chocks All Ilie rulilKi-s eseniicil. One man was arrested today lu x'tlou wllh Ihc at the Har- vester i.-omiwiuy's Irncloi- plant. Tlie Harvester company announced re- wunls nissrcKatlnB for Ihe ar- rest and conviction of llio elsl.t IKIII- ilils. MD TO STARVING TRIBE With rrovlsiiMi For Iritiis from six ton the stapc slst every counly Ms COSTLY MANSOH BURHS I-'ort. Suillli. Miirt-li Tcrvitrtry. IV tomn ItitJinti laid down coin-online: tlio .TUB WKATIIKK. Fort Trj-o" "all Valued nf Owned Hy KwkeMler. 'Itt-j .Now York. Miirch Korl 'I'ryon Hall a towered and gabled mansion on n rocky promontory at Ihe northern end of .MnnluiHaii Island, was CTiipleiely destroyed liy fire to- day. Kirem urrled llrM-Curtn-Hu I'ar- willi her slv year old daughter Irene, both ill wllh from llin smoko filled house. They wen of her mandate over Irak, before Hit1 Mosul teri-llory Is Included In the llrli- isli mnndale. Turkey also has lnnore.t Ibis ennsnuitiicrction. Officials In Cotievn lire wimrh'rllir! u-liolher Ihls sluiatiou does nol iiuli- calii llinl a common policy lins.lieon reached hy Moscow, 1'Clilug uml Ail' cnlciilntcil to neiikon ihe Ifiigue't preslilte lu Hie far rnsl and Hie ni'in cast nl Ihe very moment when (ler ma.iv is nirikliii; offeclive her choice o bnibership lu tlio league raltier lhar linnco witli Uiissln iigiliusl Hie ler ie. Oil the eve of Ihe of II- alos.iHUl here, three solutions of Ih -y I'lomly Buniloy nnd M duy colilcr 111 vast purtlcni Sunilny. day Mohilay: much collier Suiiilay. Tdupc.'atiire nt 3 Ilie Mctropolllan Opera House Ihls ifternoou. From this obscure [Kisftlon ihe Imlltitert 'he voice of. the iilghlln. lu Ibe American premiere of luor Slrnvlusky'-s opor.l, "l.e Hos- "f.e uml u second VWa by .Mrniucl Knlln which was also henril In Him rolinlry.for Iho first. I line, were on received. I.uercjla Horl Ihe TDknlyan snni! Hi' IVIioii'ibo nli.-blliiKi.lo, a snm.. fed bird oil a .slick, win carried 61 the" stage, .Miss Tallcy, lilddou f ...nsi'o'f Iho nmllonro, Imltnloil acr Wnsblnulon. Mni-ch out- look for the week licglnnliiR SloiMlny: West Oulf nt Iho be- KlnninB, followed by n porlm! of light rains toward Ilic middle, oud nKaln to- wn ihe end; IcmpernUirc.i near 01 nliove normal. Upper. Mississippi und f.owc-r Mis sourl jiorlod'of rains or snows Hie first linlf and again during Hie latter linlf; Icmporntnres will avers ase near or In-low nornial, wltli nller- unto iwrlods of warm nnd cold. N'orllicrn-Hocky Mountain'ilml Plat- T-A period of "vnlnH.or tnlicn lo u hospital where their oomll was until I" serious. Her Hr. Nlcbobis I'nrtos, weallhy iii'imifuoturer, had leiiscfl Ihe tnnuMoi from .loliu Itockefcller, jr., wh now owns Hie M> nore e.slalc estn llplicil by C'. K. U. llllliiiKS, mid former Wall slrcol financier, r 1'aluHugs, _stal.iary, (aiK-sWesjiri nntlnite fiirultnre valuorl nt wore ilcr.'.r.vyed by the fire. 1'ollce linos were Ilirown about Iho rul.n I prci'eut looters fonrchluK for vnlu hie' jewelry thought lo hare liecn strong lu Hie, house. Tlic fire Is Mliiveil to lipvjt. tin fiviu a fine, 'i'lie hi... Sloo.1 on Hio l.luhVst iKrtiit lii'Miinhnt- lati Inland nnd flrcmeuhail grc-al dlf- with snovvilrifts s nidkliiK way by d rolipl' ti irihc of sia i tin- Imrrcn Inmls to t Cornornl IllaUe ot Hie lloyitl Cana- dlilli .Moillllcd I Ml lee. nnd two linK d-d ntiiKO up Ihe roliol1 purty. A shortage of ciirih'iu moat, ou hich the fndilllis sllhsisi iu winter. is brought, u filiulne. Corimnil Illiiku and Ids guides re- found two wutueii of Ilie trilh: i iilllfnl comlllloit from Inek of >od and brought them here. They (old a story of suffering. flcr Ilioy bail cousuincd their icy hud no uiemis of from vvju- r locked country. Taking uildllloiuU siippllos. Corinirnl llake stitrlrnl Mfirch fourth on a wenty ilny Irlp to find Hie main irniicb df tin- Critic. 'O.U'H AND 1'OI'K NOW I'01'UL.IK IN London, .Mai-olt Ii -Tlie old fasbioite.1 over enlargement fif Hie comic re ninliiliuned. The first, J rhiiid's rcsignnllou ns nn cvci poslponc llio rwonslruolloii ie council until Ihe September luce IS of Ihe nssoiiibly. The second woul Icct I'olnuil lo an nddLtionally.creule on-nerjtuinelit scat to offset the i rcnse in pommnc-nl Ibrongh I! Icctkui of :Tho third well ileet bolli fleruiiiuy. unrl Sl'ilfu lo per. miiucnt seals ami give I'oland n 11011- lermfl.iout seal. "Coiue Uurlt." Paris, March Ilrinild's ghlli ntliilslry succiiml'Cd nl'dawu Ihls morning lo what the premier calleil "ItioompiillMllty of political (cm- iwrnnicnt" of the groups which slnre .ui, and four JS coinliig liack In nnil lo iiiniiK-U- Hie in.Jtor c.ir. Ilcgnbir cnacliltiK ti-lr-- llrlglilon and l.oncjeu will In- iiistitnlcd early Ilils spring for tlie Imti-flt of tni- vt'ler.s svho prefer Hie romantic pliero which surrounds Ihe old HIM: conveyance lo tin- liro.-a HID BUCCCM of Hndlcal-So ficulty In wutcr "ClrjTela.nrl's iri I MM cnili UeBio.ia-A ixstlorl of "vaiim or Hollywood, I'l.llf., March 1 Iioar noru'al. with nllmMllonf of "'.inn.i. I Hie coultllou in the of 1021 goverueil rrauce. That Incomlrllllbilll.v, which ruanl fcBleil Itself imrllculariy In (linuuiiii nuesHe..is whenever Iho clinnilior wa CFtllctl upon to vole new tntos, wns no secret, but Ihe overthrow of Ilie gov- ernment wns a surprise, because one IhlnK ou which nil Ibe in the ehaiulwr bail agreed wns Hint iheru should lie no cnliluot crisis niiw. firlnmVa eliihllt ministry, which not lo lie his Insl, on.no Into luiwor Nov 'ri 1nc moi (Milt 1il fnUt life of il fronch cabh.el H 'i'ho oubluel suffered .1 .lie nuloiuutiilc. A fulufius .vehh-le, "tile -Ik'clu-ly" won all the coach ovouls .it Ihc Kiohmoiid aml'Dl.riaplu shows ast year Is Irt iw lu Ihls m the highway, from which Ihe liorM-lias.Hluio.it illsaplK-ur- ed in rvHvnt _J_________ d crisis, due lo 'divisions wilhiu as well ns illvisijin.-i hi its iMtlis- iiiriiinrr majorloly. I'Jho radical nieui- bcrs of tho official 'family threatened lo vvnlk oul just before ihe huliJays but cbansod their uiliuls wli.-u Ibe. proinit't ifilil he would sec them no wi'.l.ollt de.- imlr. i N'athlriK Would'k- Mirprisiiii; in the opinion of thy piirlluiuor.lary 31. til'iami on tin- gov cn.ment U-iicli, lu the chaluKT whci the crisis Is Ih.nKb the illffl- M were not dlmlnWieil uflcr lu.-t t's confused session. Thcie is talk In Ihe lobbies that M. Oilllaux wouU bo renmiinendiil by M. Krhuid form a now lalnt.-.lry, so IIH 10 the rualiirlty In tin- ceiiloc .if Iho chamK-r ooinprkuni; iiallomtlUts i.n-l nullrtilsi on Ilie loft nml ihe luiilvnul wi   

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