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   Morning Globe, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1926, Atchison, Kansas                               THE SUNDAY PRICE FIVE CENTS ATCHISON, KANSAS. SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1926.-TWENTY PAGES. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. NO. 12998 Many of" Us7Live Expensively to Impress" Friends Whg. Live Expensively to Impress Us BREAKS RECORD, FOR ALTITUDE? Official Teat of 'to Reveal Facts. FLAYS BALLOTS ON DRY LAWS Anti-Saloon League New ESTIMATE IS9.025 FEET I it'iiteniiiil MacUendy to ifcipMs at ton, Ohio. Soars Benjamin Franklin Would Be Among Warmest of Coolidge Supporters, If t t _ f 1 __. 1 F rf" Statement. NO LET-UPJH -WARFARE 5 Both Sides on Piolnbition Question Make Chaises and Countei Chaigcs Pn-SH.l March MmUoadv ot ttitlny. made nnollu-r lo nmhls altitude record hut nnl fli-lil. Mln tin r bo was sniCPiRflll will not IK ,1, finH.lv> istalillslirel iinlll offlelal r touting luslinnieiilK hi.ic been mil hulled In Hit Unllcd Stalls bureau of stinuhirds al I In- unofficial i-endlug maele hy offi- dais hero showed the vetevtjn' army lillol had i, ached OTi U fHII feet short ot Ihe record held by lieutenant I n nch nilator Ilils undine, McXoeiV. tletd officials I Hint ollirr Tlio Washington Mnuh Press. ijuniie met: prohibition went on toelaj In U cnpltol in Hi i-oi rlilora tuiu. In vht Wlillc House. It was Inrgel.v :n battle of forma .slfiteunpiits, Init II dovolopc'd .blls. o re-lit itctlnn when aliAnd-Saloon lengu iihntnltlco tool Us views lo ,1'iiblilcn Coolidejo, and Ilic Bcnnlo Jndiciiirj- .snl committee. having oh llH hands tlio mioslmn of ilcddlm, lor or healings on moillftinllou hills an uonnn.ll plans ftir' beginning Us work nexl wiick. la Ilic day Ntniatoi1 .MeKi'llar, Dcmouat I i cc closed (he LEAGUE CRISIS TO ASSEMBLY A live Today, Senator Pepper (P> rtip press) Chkago, March llo'w Iknjanrtni rnnkllu would vlcvy dav prob- lems were ho iUtiiiB 111 the Unllod States, senalo and llio declaration Hint tlio government Is 'belnu well coudnet cd midei sane legislative rtihidhlp composed lite theme .ppor of Peuusjlvaiilii hcio tonight bcnator McKinlcy ot Illinois elc elniod the. tpmlcntj toward llloc gov criinicntl was one of Iho most serious ,ers thnnlpniiie, the United Slates nnrt. Hint Uee iunwniUlit, invcstl hrtllon oE the tariff commission li notlilnf, else than a iKillthal ntlacl 01 President Coolhlgc." i liolli senators spoke at the UnrU flisl annlvirsao liano.nit of "th, Ilniiillton e-lilh, the largest Kepulillcai club la' the west insttinni ills vvhllo Hie ono v lull) hiel wdiked fuipcrft-ellv al n hlj.li allilndo II" iicelnnl en apparent Iv haling stoppesl for n lime the illiei M.eooli (Itlil not tip palihrati-d until next week. I h nt, mint UaeHiailv sbowid no 111 if 11 els of Hit and nssirtcel ll w i n il so told a-, the flight he maelo last inonlh In an aliompl lii n-l an allilndo rt-eord. The. tempera- ,1 ihgrcis iKlovv ATO fahrenliill Spvrk Plug houblp I 01 seviial thoiisaiid feet licntin nnt Mmlluulv said Hie sime plane In i id last me nth did net fnnclleii priipcilv a fonlctl spark plug foielnU I n i to laotl leu nn'nulis atlci his tnki off and alllimiKh a m v set spuk w is inslallitl bcfoic he, inaih the setoiid lal i off he still ex ii rlcmiil slljil Ignition troullc tlffklals of the field ami I leulenatit Mulltutlv i-vill Hut Ivi cite the offl i ill .alllirallon falltd lo show Hint Ihe all limit leuird had Iwn lirokin llu lleiitiimnt would probablv trv n iln Vvhlli Menu mill MncKeaets to bulk Ibe icioid late In Iniiunrv u'nil was forced down liy mo .hnuiial ilPfce-t HIP official i ililun llmi tnuti hv ofllelills It showed that he bud gone several thous nnd feet higher unofflchil t ilitirallou shovvtel Ofllcl ilfi ire IIOJK: till that Ihe offleial calibrations 01 loilTt s flight. uilRlet show that Mas III nil the icconl 1 Iiiiliiianl MacllPiiilv said however Ihil he had pli beil Ids plane lo Hi limit Imlav U 17000 ftct he sahl In- liquid OWhin supplv on which be d, [M-mls In ruifhd air Kaie nnl ind h was roue I lo use the inn oC oxygen. WINS AIR RAGE WITH LINER o losUHUo.s fur Ilic duy with a spi-t'ch In 1 am quite sure that J-rnnUlu, loutd haie approud ivlth eut'iuslasm 'resident CoolldBP'n ntlltnde on pnh lo tiw lions' said Senator 11 plicr it.lt 1'oor lllehard thrift was nol an austere-'and rorblihltni, ilrtue Ilo logardeil It as tbe liultspensaMo couell lion of liapp) life A president with l will lo Is a gical uallonal He es c-Cfcet to Ihe iiliws melhoels of econqmv worked out bj these two great administrators, An chev. V .Mellon nml Ilirliert IIooui 1 rnnkllii would eon linelcd for tax reform in the revenue) bill nnil would have held conlimpl for tho Paul Pry feature which was hip lillj slrltken from Ibe As to Hie arnu nail v hill the scnato bttlel Fianklin believed in prop-uci! ness as the pi ice ot peace' As to the Italian debt the sieakc said, F'r'imklln "vvoiuvl approve, the snl lenient which I'lesldcnt CooliiTtc find itr Mellon recom me mil d I can lnmBlno 1 inuklln looking on nt Hie eunls of Hie ilns In Unovn tti nilntk" iinnit and coiiurn Jlierc me two hiisi, di feels In the ot iSaliotis i mil of Mum mtal to IN initl cffcctlM utbl Olio ilolect Is the nltcnu'l et up foi mcmbei slates Hie pobitlnn Ilicv are to (nke In nt-nl of fiilni, Ironhlc In, oilier de-feet is Hie attempt to ills ALL PEACEJFFORTS FAIL Diplomats Sny Supieme At tempt Will be JIado to Save Sitiifition. The Vress.l Clcucva, Mnrch League) o oilier defect is Hie attempt 1" llcucva, MUTCH llutnlili between llltlc powers and t'iK pilous coinit.ll i il-.lt will lio rough ones null to allot corn places mt (n (lifr is tile mtcs of owers th DEMON HIGH IS CHAMPION Wins "B" Slate BasUet- ball Tournament. HAS REMARKABLE RECORD Small Doniphan Countj School Alttajs Has SuctessCul Tennis. KaV Man ll Ponton btgh school won the Kansas champion- ship of ctfbs H here tonight b) Uteri leld 17 lo II I" the finals ot Ihe lourniimpiit Ht Waslv rn college. Hartford lauded In third ice liy virtue of a win over rry En the- consoltillon final.s. he senate In Which he declared pro ilblUou Is n -siU'CPHS despite flngrant violations pf the; law by the "mono.vcil irisloeracy" ami Its administration by the bli-KPst iiisllllii In (In icpnbllt visit of live- Anll-Kiilotui league commlltec lo the While House 1 staliincnt Issued In il sihl was prl ninrll) to take' up several 0.111 lions Impoitant lo cfft-clive tnfoteemi nl ol the law." belt Ibo subject of now-spinier polls on piohihlHon llht) were Into and the visitors.advise the President lo take no stotk In such ballolln, All id. Newspipcr Polls llu Itamies stulpmcul Ksm I nftei the committee It ft the Preside ids of ifiC'O. lind u number of sharp Ibings to iliout itcnsvitptl billotlnc, and it 'came sLmiiltaneouslv with one from aitor 1 dwarils Democial Aow tj detlarinj, It was down mnioril foi confess lo Ikiion the n-ohlhlHon "hccauso Ihroiipli Is Kilhmi slvill'ss" to ihe diellles of hi; 'Alitl-Snlobn li-llgvie- II Is .MiutlvUlL, iiltniaiils do not hclieve H Is fnlv, do not iclievi it Is Jual be said fin eon ertss lo puss, foot on this innMlon I hirewllh thirgc Hut thtb s what Is todav As lo Hie newsinilJer polls Ihi -nloon leiiMie statement sihl most of Hum do not r, tltcl piihlle siiiltmc-nt ami bhontd not lie lake n ns nil Imlli 1. lion Unit sentiment Is Im reading foi modifitnilon of llu icl Push Most ot Hit papert, engaged In I hi matter It mill nt, lu larke cllic wherp Ilic scntlmtnt for ptolulnllo has not been -IrongH MCM loped all' e h.l.ve iredllib that we inUjtums l re laislnnc lire filcmls ot ucoluhilloii ns i lasb will noi take Dart In the -ocillc ote mil will not he scrlouslv cone, n d nol disturbed hv the icslill of th In tffccl whellici so li ATCHISON LOSES OUT IN FINALS THREE ARRESTED CLOTHING IN LIQUOR RAIDS Is Winner of Elimma-, Helen Johnson Can, ,-r- _. _. tion Tournament Kansas City After vvinnltig Ivvi, games in the ellniinatlon I iskclbill loiiiiiaintnt nt Kan as I Itv Kns Ihe Mihison ltii.li cliool U urn w.nt down in difiat hi fore the Ola llu high milnttl m tli [Iml game last night, 18 to 'i'i inrlv linil -ice limnhlteel Olalhe linm hi ni0ht nhoiit the ftat of UK At Charged With Possession f Booze ihrcc raid-. In police last night It'll lo the airest of limp Ilinuii law violators toimd at OIIP ot the I places A pint ot nlli-geil Ibintiv wiv found llcleu Johnson Cai t eoloicl cd with the ivissesston of lifl.no arrested In one of the r lids home 0" 1-ast Alilusoil street hnrg Jlniont, thcmsolvts ihe council mem bora wire lellng nevysiiniwrmen Hint no solution of Hie crisis bad Chancellor I.ntlier'atitl Or. E5tre--------- were holdlni, forth at thelt hotel lo re prescutallAos of the world press PT plaining anew Hill (.einian side of Hi conlroversv rlht> decla lion bad become e-iiltrely l.er cause the luowing what Ibe GPimnns would d nflcr1' thci had been tleetcil lo league I-'nierglng from Hie .council mcetiui, rtip hig closing out sale of the O Sigadr Sclaloia of Italy said Clothing- compnm Is over Ihe am sailing lii a limitless se WHS a eomplelo sneecs It has no noel m sight ll Live ctinfldeuce oC Ilic peovlle 111! M A of declarcil this fli-iii, which has rliocn uuder have ami will mal lagiiiient or I 11 lohnson for Hie ng-itn tomorrow i siiprcuie ittennit I ive evervlldiig that slnil At all eienlb wo have agiccil COMPANY HERE J C Ii Reorganized and Will Remain in Its Pres- ent Location. ftat of UK At Hit on ast Atduson street ami close of Ihe first 1, lit Ollthc leil V> to tvvo vhUc nllogtel hv offtiprb to II, and nt the close of Hit lliln1 iioaitpr brollU1 Umior wcic OHthe was stilt n hi id le. to s lu as tliev left the arr house f liflnor wasflast (went) vttrs Johnson has rihh, at lui Iliad smcril offtis foi Hie sale of (he uul I riumlmng stotk vvlitch conbibts of the licit In amis of clothing nml furnish and an up to dull sol of fKlures llu 'n ell Shoals was dlf, nsscil at the' Hi nso ll was onl) liicminlallv Vskul wlmf Boulrt W llu Million of the western fnrme feu uLrhultme icllif 'Ihe nnjori leidcr replied tint It   I' "Illhorl, larnetl, g 4 0 nit Ibe tl ,al has not been held Ihe two other lalels last nlkht re suited iu ui ruts Mcmhus ot the riidlng snnail were i assistant chief of IX. and lias deviloiKil Into ft 'it'Ts 'diffiiolt fi" sboimalu linn-e bis labl hinator MiKelliu UlLCd support, ot Senlirv Aiulnws hi ul or the drv infqreement forces, ll eic velopul llmf no had doiop pti aMiilist Mr Andrews it Ibe llouieeonfueme U the li.nslir) was l-elleralod that Mr. Amlrcw.sjmd (lho Al'chlson. It, huiSAS Vitulf Milu on lost tbe tournament IllltSast followevt. of the locil leuin are rulpln, satisfaction from the onelusive vlttorv Couth (.ene Harts lids won ovu the fist Iravc Ing Kan Citv Kas icam iistcrehrv after noon In Ibe simi finals a gam that closeel with Vli.Uls.on >oi.l lo 11 Itroshous win, HIP lennliij 11011 ot this. ciicoiiutPi with Ivvo Itelll iHd five free losses ivvite lit fore 111Is .1 i mm vtthl'on has tiiKtn dcuat nt hmiils ot K K St-alt rthn s e wns in n waj n Midi Unit sent oulv five men Into the bittle llnase ai-conntpd for five Lls ami nroshoHS to, nine lor, an contributed a fice Ins ami Oilman mil llamnei each n field ll tin eiiHlil loimd Of the lorn em cut Ulllav nl.ht Ihe Althlsonklin nrl.il on the up lite hi dm, the (oinln, nmietnlion 20 10 Tlu Uausis CIU, Kas, higl .am tool Ibirel pbiee wuuies Itie liter Oldl.....i 1 'ov'1 Arch Gregg ind Ice Git Hi h Pfll UUL Bulletin aplcndlil of mciihaudlbe vllties lie Is ivisted on slvleJ nud Imtlems uuil IHrouth Iho new pillej merebanelislng frequent trips tho stood IP lelv lo v-iieiltlco IV. to mnrkol will bo In toiwtanl touch non permanent sLits In the council nnil we wlio luuo taken iv moder nto stand lowanl C-eimati) will the opliortiuiitv to jnstifi the sin ml In an emlcivot to IhP council 11 oil) its difficulties .Sweeten Helgitun and L c, ho Slovakia all came torn aril loehu ami told Hie members Diiilims school ciulnti t last ttuulas nigliL won HIP U' iimiilon-.il P of Ibe district tonrnn put heie In dofntliiL, tho am to I1 in the final Inttle ot 0 evening thus cainine, the iljit lei miicle ill iopeka icstortlnj foi llu> ate lille Dei ton s is a rctimrKible learn cnton hlji Fihool is located In a saull ommnnllv of Donlplnn count) about went) miles noithwest of Alebison lie tlheiol has less thin 110 student" id the school inthoilties emiihn no tor uthllHc U ims lint ill spite ils bandiinp, lltnttin high school 1ms cull Mtirs 1 c-en fust biskclbill vhlth have pi sjiUiimlle "'id tluitlfle louttsti ami which In the- ast foul spisous have lost k s than mil a eleven c.linos of thcll 1''I W noip c-oulo lh Ibis leara Dciilou learn is a fast inrd fthhthu' iliiel Is ex leeleel lo make H Inluestmg foi Class A qiilutits when II langlis will hem lu the I his, V tonrmiineit ti I iwriuc, neM 1 rldai mid S-iturdiv Mcnibprs ot the Pinion teem this reason lie OT and Hal] h foiwa-el'- Paul lloitwrlfeh entei and e Krovn and cell 'n championship at loplla llenlous w HI til throiie.il four nanits in tbe two dais In the initial loiinel 1 rlelav moraine, Dtlltou ilefealcd Ii linings lo T 1 rlelaj uluhl il llu- secoml round laltlt wuiiini, over the lilvbsts hlLh fnl IS lo U inotnlns tho Mini final hiirdli was iliaidl with Hip defeat of Ilarlford, 23 lo H RECALLS WIFPURST WORDS (onfesseil (Hun tlcir Be- lather vilth changing conditions nnd will make bis ilopnrlmcnt n big sueiesi- Mr Krtugs left Ibis morning for east mi mnrkets to Ipel the newest ami pllUrns In ilothnii foi the I- asltr Iniblness Dave i merchandise man Is in cMierlenceil II splcnellel honor s millionth, At March ll-toloneli ihlo mill a virv larn ami lull lohn O toolldLC beerelv fuld Ins. own male acqlialnlaiie, I lu today In his baltlc lor life lilt- i-lu .mint! HI" frtctuls II bo ileUghled l-le hnllctln issued In the course of ihe to know tint lie ,ets bis opporluini) dav his phvslclan nldlia'exl that Hie Pd fathci of the president who has >een III at bis homo here for several nths had weikentd sine. teuhvv ilcehlcd that Ihero 3 "no immoillate cause for alarm Dr. Albert 31. (Jraln of llrldgewatc 'poiaVul could have l tPiuporaiv placi I liose offers, (low'cvi i were found not to lie a -reasonable solution, lind for the monitit havi not iK-tn atcepled I tarn nlllciV clveles cumo. llu report tho nnaii statesmen bad mnile U 110) wolds V be im t nsbaml clear Hint, such ft ecptable IhPiu 11111118 tleiiliiil thla. solution was nnac but Intel the l.ei .onfldeiuo mil support of S Mtllon lu Ins pre elltalton Mr i-mUews ouictls to lend lo eon _rcss niuiiiK Hi lomlnfc week two or more piobll IHon hills pioposum 1C vision of the piolilbltlon net H> as lii i bleu iidmlnbtinliM prolisious lie il Inij with ctifpre'CiilciH BUTLER STAYSH HOSPITAL B) B Hie consolaltou gaiu c j fron to' II! Olalhe iteluson nnd Kansas Ut) are all elinhlo lo.enlcr the stale oiirmimcnt In J nwienco the last o his wtcl In of finishing first eeo.1 ami third ul Ibo chminnllo, ourimiiiciit, and nil Hiree lenn.s proh ibly will be- taken to J.avvreiice for tb lime wh le doctor who has liceu Colonel ooltllLes plivslelan iluruit Ills lorn, ckness held a ten minute telephone line billion with tho president hen lie physloini had finished he Ihe eccivpi to Colonel Coolid0p for a woul r two with HIP president but a fit of liefoughlug iireventeel .the sick Mfi'tencil Kxlrai-liou of Tee-Ill. bun f-nllf. Marih 11 licr (lenoraLSoieillcv I' Unlit r fiw davs'iKei Hnrllid nimv iv) scruc. hs his tharvs olonel ileMiitn corps tofla as still n p-iltcnt nt Ihe nav) hosplti fre It wns repotted fiom the ho( ital Hint he had Ice, tecl xt'rnclPll uiul Uuil ho was much weak- led h) the (lone In the denial offienl circles full f nimon Hull "tl iffort vvoylel be nadc lo slop Hie court imrllal pro hi niilhoril) wns willing to be uoled on tlichrnmors rolone! Vi II Pritihard is limpo arlij In cominaml nl Ihe marine base e.eueral Hnllcr Is In the hospital iml Colonel A li Miller Is atllng v ommamler of Hi, fourth of imrlnes whllP loloml Is eelmlcall) umler arrest__ IIKKRK INTO_NKW JWt. Will Start Tdmomiw as Secrelaiv In r.oieniof1 I'uuleii Ncoilesha, Kas, Marih harh> llcebe tslllor of Ibe rvcoilcijlui Sun who liegim- tomorrow us t-ecre inrv lo Covcrnoi Panlpii, has lilpiillficd wllh Ihe. ulnlo ot Kansas almost wilhoiit pscepllon slmo his birth nt Sdllna March II 18TO An tho position whlih hi' assumes lomor row Isihls first aitlvt and direct con nc. Lion with polllles gan earl) to collect hln hackground lit the ace pf SAYS HE KILL JAZZ Scotch Musician, 82, Otf For Amnic Will Not Use ItaBpiiic (Uj II Ircss) livcrpool Mirch 13 "See SI Inner Si-jur ol.l fldeller from Abe ih.cn Scotland, wearing kills nud ci rjlng his flelille under his arm boar cd the lint r oronln todnt wllh t iiiooimcement I m tolng lo Amerl "skinner Is on his wa) lo levvtsli Inltie, lo compete in the old time f lors t onlcst to ho held there 1 h, n s nothing lo beat a beautiful nM he declared Jru? gels in jour nerves ami spoils sour appe- 'lhe veteran has wleldcil Hie e ace pf to ".Jt i" S Sun lllJ'Ht lo milk, gocnl Mrs I- Sehniill lias been with lhe firm for fifteen Mini Is an e-cpnt In office work and has a KiitmlciM of credit ratings Hint is of great voliio to llio firm, I-] II Tohnsoii nb finanitnl ndvlsen will kivc n creellt rallni, lo the new firm nnd the fact lhat ho will retain substantial, interest in the business means the continuation of lhe obi customers ami friends ot Ibe slori Arthur 1, Turning an uxpcrt nml pxpciicnccd Illlor, who has bun with rom siienklng lor some Him it was learned, Col nel Ins hul diftlcull) In nrrjlng on convcrsnllons betrinse nf ludlar attacks ot lilceoufchlni, the1 visitors who have been ndmltie-cl o bis bedside since lie lost the use ol cliwivele In this slor. the result of an aftermath (xlngwcar Tntcrwoviii ils 'IS .uv: of a Heart nffectioii, have remarked at thin weakness nml also the l of a once rcmarks'.lle memory, MANY EXTlA JLOBES TODAY Ihlriytwo humlrcil citra copied ot toihi) s issue ot The' Globe aio Itflns elrculaieel in Northeastern Kansas and lliev coiitiini the ndicilihcmcnH of T V inrnoi twentieth nnnlvirsarv-sale nml of the liosloil Stores tlelrt) seventh miniver saosalc 'llipsestortslm, We successes In Uthlson and iirp offer inn womlirliil lirealns in the Mlo events announced toelay pxpciencci this btore for twintv con Hullo In charge of Hie liillor shop nml nlteratlou dPiwjrtniPiit which will IKJ erood now i, to the clothing The poltc) of the new firm will he lo I eep up nil Hie slamlard brands of merchandise thnt haip IK-PII bold c -Slierh as Min hosliri 1 PARTIES GIFFERJH RUBBER Ki-i'til'lir us Dcmttri ils Oil (oill inillci Snliinil (onfliilnig Tteporls ,1 i pill V, ICIIcl I'r I Slinh I illllons for nice Hog tlu situation   ot he tUPsel Iho numler be- inie! clebpil on bis mind as ll cleared :rom Hit Htress nnd emnllou of hlct nipllt s eonfesslon lie ixcilhd sliuel his wile with a stick ot fire (hen liiiniil it That ik us up one ot the most pio found mjfliilcs oC Hie murder -whit weaiKin vvas u Pel II. ulaleil details otithe killing lo Piosuiltoi 1 I Ilaivev lillliM of Ibpin in fanit vtlie his siinkin In a race scunul anil llntil with fa ilgne and emolltm Ne bill lifter Him wiek_s ot plo Hllmed innocence, hist night confess- si tic kllhsl bis wife nftir tiny bid 111 u rilled ovtt business affairs A formal charge-: of first degree alirder .vvjls filed ngalnsl Nesliltt to- liy lie will It an ilfeties-l Momlaj u ollars Perrlus dress ami the Vest brands of tloiluug huts etc The people ot this city and comnnin Ity will moio than pleased that the O T O lolblng company will eor tlnne in Hie olel local Ion OLDEST VET REFUSED BOHUS Onl) ri ConfcoYnilo On Vrni) Holls (nut (ollixt On Horhl Vriicc III I he Hlr I rroM I lloston March Nat (1, Id eleik allntlieil to HIP (piarter mnsler corns of the Tlnllid Slates regular arm) hen- the mil) oufeder ale vit, ran on the active illilj rolls or the regular arm) ami Hie clilcst man TIIFMHVHH K raw vtara hut he la milts, .oliiiger Ilitin his fiddle, which K vfvs Parlly tloneb (then him b) laird ntlll v.imhi) not mm h eli me, arron, In 1S71 The inbtrinmrt hail Ilcratllrc lir l lain unine-d for n humlrcil )Cflrs the lairels houi-elieild lK.fofo It was ells covered ami prisciiled to bklnner earOlil o'orado furl >v To KesTtin cluinlv Simila) and Monelav wanner Snndn Teiilperaliiro al a m todd) fl R.IHI or Si'euv 1 March Ot III, llgllllll II, who served la Hie T nllcd Stales mill forces during II" ha- 'J 1 Ihe.soldier s bonus It was tmla) I'oo old1' was Iho roti i Rim assigned for the nfns.il of his np Slimla) pUenllon In n leltei from the v.lcrans In Icm iinrcan in wllh Moi during the Ivll war and wns n mini her of comiMin) f ninth Ktiituek cainlrv lie has hclil Iho n field clerk wIHi Hie ipmrlermaslQ more Ihin 10 )ears and ciiiin6 .he retired lie-cause of Ihe lark of an I provision In. the rc-tlre-mtat tawi ivhlc iva.shlngrptl. j provision ui onllook for Ilie ivtek hmlnnlnh Moil mould Include his case calherlm Cli-ndlcr who I. hcc-ime blind lafcl normal over the south an, or be This was Iho declaration of oe low noimnl uvir Ilic north iwrllon leHiillsl" wlio ovcrstrnlii pioli Northern liocky Mountain and Plat TnellanapolliL lull, March J, president ot tho Tnllcil Mil Workers of America Id Mlghtl) 111 his lioine'hern fro'iii an ftttncli of Infl fil rCir orrluiBe that Hffcctcd Hie optic ilms SP rcmalnc Ca fur sovpr i uing' f II irles. r-lllor of orkc told the Vs'Mlrtrd Incapni-ltalPd ho Is now lour Dimorrallc of HIP eomimllc-i H.pn si nlntlvt-I Rinhlirn lluehllislon llalmmn Sbalbn Iprg, l Nelirnskfl and Parks Vrknnsas nllackul IhP majorlfv ippovt us hide f.'iislhlc nniler our cslsnng >iv 01 Iln inijorltj reliorl sul.mi'le I In licpn enlntlv Ilepnblican Mlnncsola nl-> urgul "r.mvvnl will, h fill npss against ruin-rule, while Imlependciit nVr.s of supii'h-. wcr. iRliik sonjil r Ihe Phlllpplms were ilnltil lo as an field for ibbpr growing I liesp were assalUd bv toe mocials ns iKiliuing tow ird luncott retallalDn polliv of fair Irailo ic-t ho els and fri.mll> ulnllom must through mutual ngrcemcnts, te held The majorlt) reiirrt ircommtmhil o reratillnl but Mild fraiiK Isciisslon nhemltl M-cvvic nlniiiUiiiuwiil f nslrlellve prattle es If Hie pnlillc M mifflehnlly iroteited It ilpelarcd 'the ntininlt ee will hint no hCsIl itaui) hi nopin up the ciu.stlon v Ttcprcscnlatlve Newton diS.rllM-il the rciiort ns prellmlnan nuule with th mrpose of making rurlhPi t, .he hoii'p If Hie oeMislou should eh niauil It.' MAYBUYPRTJR.CJ.W, (ItiTt-m tif Simimcrtiild W nil lu Ki lahi (.'onm-cticus. tnvTin- l-r-Mvi U-vienwoilb K l" Ma eh it i zt'ns of Kliinme't-ficld, in the northeast coriici- of -Maraball t-nimty. Kansas, lira forming an orf, llloa to pnntia o Iliat section of the ilifiuut Knn is (It) .Northweilprii inlln itl hilwM.ii   lliirllnKK'li h.is a line throngii Juij-rliu The 'Northwestern is .-iskin; u ollc for the road. Missinm Sfii-Koi, tills to Vice I'rcsiilcnl In Slahins MICCC" dip T Jii Ijnoolil 1 I'r- K" I March 1 -.Suitor Heeil Demon-.' Missouri t.tilav sto- latc.1 the -spnalu rule rcniiirlug senators to tuce Hie ihalr while unvl mil awi.) with ll AUhoiiRh liilduil IJiwit iliUid Suitor on UimlMUan Imllana, Mslcrdi) fir sin his IHICK to tb. .bill iMOitur HCV-.I stioke for 10.1 iv meliie; mcmprlnl hnlldlng on llu McMulock mtmolUl campus In 111, dow itown illi jrlct Vj eoiislrlutlon n rwule (of Mrt! I.--'" lie vlsv Isuorwl tiim and MUsourl >eiiiilor then wt.ul -li slwtchftl out. on tl illvnu along ItK- all of cbamlir iti 4 t Ihi   

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