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   Morning Globe, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1926, Atchison, Kansas                               THE SUNDAY MORNING GLOBE. PRICE FIVE CENTS ATCHISON, KANSAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1926. FORTY-NINTH YEAR. NO. 13070 A Parker, Says It Is Now As Easy to Find a Parking Place As It Is a Sparking Place SAN FRANCISCO FIGHTS FUMES Fire Under Control, But Dam- age Not Estimated. "THE WORST_SINGE 1906" Between 35'nml '40 Separate Started From Old Grandstand. (liy Th Sun l-'raai-lsi-o, niul 10 separate Associated I'tcse.) o, .lime (lies, most nf IhPin mil, wore- started to- day when an old wooden uramlstiUiil ami bleachers at Kwlnj: field, a base ball mirk, vsnifihl firo nnd I turned lo Ihe p-Olind. All the fire, ap pnialus In tlie cliy was i-aHcd to llio Hies, whh-h stnrteil from emhev: fruni the tilnxinj; bull park. 'L'welvi> small bnlhllnys across llio .street from (tin hall pail The flies' bail been brought i-ontrol eavlv KutiyhL but the cxten of the dnmnno Iiml not been Tin- ftro In Jho ball park Is bollorn to been sdirti'd by a clpm-t. Tho rain of omuors fell ovi: n ihirty bloik nvcii rnnl fhonion we lo I'Oinluil Ihe uiiuiy miti fln'.s as alarms coiue In fmm eon boxos over a wiilo urea. Citizens with am) garden hose, tml out nieroiiH fives mill krpl tiio n.tifs nnd walls of Ihi-lr houses sonki-d (o pro- vonl liK-lplrnl from When piadii-ully all the fire apt'ii- ruius in Iho t-lty hint been sent to the scorn1, a new broke nut in an- olliev district ami deslrn.vcd twelve Miiihlliuw. burnlni; uorlli of raw In one Ulevca olhev M'eiv drummed. The origin of this I'iiv xvas unknown. Mavcir .hirnes Itolnh, ST.. whu vis- lied Hie fire wnu- unmiHl-Kwlng [Mirk, tiiEil w-ns llu- "wyrsl in Ssm l-'rau- eisco'.s history" niiu-o Ihe fliv of THE WK.Vltli-K- fulr Smulaj arniLr Suniln In iurl UnscttJcil and wanner- ct-hlltlj MJ) fair Kin) Kuuiinlini iuuhT l Icninerntnrc' tit 3 ;i. in. t iW'Jlun DENIES OSAGE MURDER PLOT 1-pei lay il WNMJI, with Sliowers Thli WjiilihiKlmi, Jiniu outlook >r tin- week, licgijmliiK Moiiilny: tirlef in-Tloil of nnil IliumliT Itmuril UK- mlililte ,ml in [Tic Inttcr linlf of Hie week; Irni- leratiiros near ur nnrmnl. Weal iJulf Mostly fair ivuntlicr, for ft iifrrlinl of slinwers lliu nlilillc uf (lit- wi'i-k; tciujifraiurcA 'uenr or Ohio nnil iH'rluil of KviLlle PS I of l.nbcH Klmwnrs townn] I ho ward (Eio end of Ihu ni-nr or almve; iior- LAUNCH DRIVE FOR ORCHARDS A. D. HKle On Stand Defense of Nephew. In BURKHART ENDS TESTIMONY Accused Slayer Declares Al- leged Confession Was Forced From Him, TOO Ml t'H (Jurt n uf KuniHulR ill Sot 1'eriuif Use uf l.llif.u.ss In V. S, (rijr I'rcsjB.) )uctifiioM, .lunu QiKtn Jljine, thc'juo of licr. llkontiii? In air'Amerieiui eu.smctlr: advevllst- merit I'tHviittyj hii-s not lo (Ki -o fra h> the was lurmil to clmiitj. Publication' of Hie )Mclnre led dozens of other Anierlt'nii eonanies to' seek toguiiriis, L tml the use of mn JCK I. v> llkene-ss for nilvertl.slng ]tni' lio.ses eaiLsctl so nmeli iTitit'Esiii ILIHUIIK Uiimanlinis tliut tin- dwided .she con Id mi longer iicmilr ti. The Uki'tiesH nset] wns.a reproduc- tion of a inirlraU intide by an painter. AGREE TO VOTE ON ROAD BILL Senate Will Consider Meaiure With Debate Limited. TO EXTEND AID TWO YEARS KXI'OSITION DIES. Fruit Culture To Be Dis- Meeting Here, .r.e 14. DAWESNTO FARM RELIEF Supporters of Measure Take New Hope When Vice President Acts. (Tly Tim AMrtoolulfjd Press.) Washington, .lune- sut porting asrtcnlUH'iil relief merisures look a aew least? on lift- today when If WHS iinnnunceil thai Vice lind tnkon economic direction of furni legislation. 'The1 Hinnniiii'iMiiL'iil liy .Sen ntor KciHiljlU-nti, UiiUanii, uf li'i- he tit I ond oil 11 i-iiuroroiK'e fiiriti Iii and out of KHil'ut vvldi'h Ilio s-k-t- jiioi-ideiU Hivi-cni. '1'liif imvuut-t- to "P on tk Tui'in roller niPilsuru which. )l l.orlovi'd the iin-sldont woiiltl slRn. Thosi- the ocinferoiK'O' the Mi-Xory fo inoiis'ut'e hel'oru tliu SJH ulc willi sevoiul Tlio; fnvortHl rovolrhiA fmul from In of wlilcli ttOO.iXH) wunlil bp ust'il for tho tlfcimn SIH'plUS L'OttCICl. .Vmillu'r anioiiilnieiit jij-ireill niiu siiilliorlxi? I ho ininii'tlluto OIMT: lion of llu' eiiuiilixiiticiu Tea ni'ovi.sld rm nil of'llic rivo 1'iisU: fiirin nun itli'.s, whciit. ruttUs swim1, cuUon nl cnni. Uut the actual of til fw> wdulii hn left In tin- hfitiils of th of tiny nf Ilie coiniuDilitlc1 ivnnltl ilotiM'tnLiie hy a roferomhn wlirn tli-gr wtslinl It to Locinni! i-fft'i live. lie tn'o.sent alive Atehlson; business anil professional men will he invited to attend an Informal hanimeh nt the new oU'T Wliltelaw Monday niyht, .tune II, hen tho movonieht to secure n do er, of Minnesota. The five Ho.publtcnns, moat of whom inve been hlcnttfled ns fiisurgents, .re Norrla and: Howell (tf. Xebtnskn T and Dye of North Dakota, ami .a Fnlteite, Wisconsin; Wit bout menl lonlnt; Senator (.'inn-, nts or other candlilntof! In the pri- nn'ry, Iho appeal sahl Iho result of tlic :onteKt would linve nn onoriuons iu- "1 nonce llio (lolennination of 'certain publEi; qno-ittonH now miu-iiii; In the biilnnce at on." Surli qusetions directly inent Toned n the fipponl was the "assumed tlic fonftie to override the statutes of ii soveroli-n stale" by ex pell i UK n Inly elected inoiiibiT us it was ctahnnil mimoncd In Sena (or Hro'okhart's It tilso as.serled that the notnirni- lon of Hrookhnrl would convince the "on n try tint! "llio fanners can no longer he deceived by mere from on and that thelv just ri Kills and into rests on n not bo trifled with." (Jharclnf; thai 1 ho intern tEiiK of ISroc'hhart was in ileflnnco of tlie will of the elect o rale oC iown, the lipiHMil led Hint the people o( ihnt state had an "opportunity itl one blow, lo assert their to mnue their own in the so note amb to Imve those represent at Eves sort tori, free to servo their without cou- ship from nny state. trol of the tnluEiijf s1 stonily opixwc us try. The state Enter ARREST 20 AFTER BOMBING No Clew ;is finilly of on I1. S. Legal I on in Uruguay. [Uv The Ansooiulcd I'ross.J >rontoviiloo, t'rnjjimy, .June G- Twonly men wlioiii Ihe iwllce ehargi vUli beinn rndioals, avc under detoa ion and have tioen rml vero uriiUiiK without, however, yield any ilcflulli: clow to tin) iterrioii .hoinlio.il the .Ann'i-lcan- lienv yo.slonliiy. All deny knowledg tho which was coinniitfc ivhlle [ilaopi! there since; stmiun1 plot the American cm s.i'y in Tlucnos Aires, i loi'iitEoii. Iho philters flod in tv (omobkh'. us. :is tho hojnb (s nloclrd. Several persons claim to hav n n Hinnll ear off nftor II plyslon. lliL'iios Aires; '.tune Pftlk-otiien linve been .stationed iiroun MIC 'lirivnto t'ot'oV A. .luy the Ainerli-an nmbrissinlm1 lo Arson tin, Ii'.'-.riiy resides Ihe faslii .vciilrtii Alver. il Operalors lo >lrr( KniiKiis IMIy. ;.Iune niet'l ttie Konthwe.slern inlerwtate con niions nssot-hiUon ne.it Miimhiy flnd Titosflay.; cousldcvcd, It id tie held her been paid except 000, which he expects to secure in nmule time to it out of the way for the 102S campaign. TO AfJKKK OX WAOK DKMAND. Snhconiinitteos ot Lwoniflllve Kngiu- cers AIK! Firfineri To Mecf. June .sub com- mit teen of the brotherhood of Loco- inotleo and ttrotherbood of Ixjcomotlve IMrcmen will meet tomor- row to agroo on a do'inanci for n Joint iiicronse in wat'Of, aci'onllnK to A. .lohnson, grand chief engineer. The. engineers general chairmen al- ready decided the amount of ttm Increase. I o be nsked but decline to an- nounce the amount. fcrencc except In the shape of n sub- sidy. SKVKKK (IUAKK UKGISTKRKU Three Statloiw Reiwrl Shocks Vesieritay Aftcnioon Waahluyton, June "very se- vere" earthquake was regEste.ve.il to- day on tilt; Georgetown university seismograph, Director Tontlorff estt- muling the iliHtancc at mlloa from Wnshtngtou lu, n southerly ill- iiction, sniit the dlatuvbnncu com- menced nt o'clock and Ihe tre- mors wore still being recorded a I 3 The -Liiaxliunih occurred lie- 3 :tli and in. Deitver, .Inne earthquake of pronounced inlcmdly, lasting nearly half nn The building, will house.eight class rooms, a klfiilergarlon, offlco-s, recen- tlon rooms, goneval nswoinbly roonis, n kitchen and dining room for the sis- ters, who tcacli; n comb Um 11 on KJ'm- nn.'nnin nud aiitlEturium. ID the nu'iit will lio cliibrooms, loungos, a reading room, howling alleys, lockers, showers and a kitchen In which prepare inoat-s for parish occasions. Huvo.ruI other rooms will also be init En I tie buEhlliiK. another as- Kei ubly i-ooi n, a 1 Ibra ry 11 m I liook voojn, and a vest room. TJio t'oininunily house will be sepa- rated as to entrance from Ihe cl room part of the building. Work leveling and grading Ihe building will start, early tliis summer, "BRITAIN AHFTURKEY AGREE shortly after noon today. Now York, June Knrthunakc shocks lasting for 30 minnte.'s wero re- corded this itftcrnuon on the Krjiph at l-'ordhain university. The dis- turbance was of iionsEderable Intensi- ty and estimated lo (.'enter mile.1; from New York, direct3on unknown. The Fun Is Temporariljr Postponed pi (Ity Tli'; Assoclntcd Saloiillii, Greece, ,Tunc Mns ngreement between Turkey nnd Cro. Britain wan signed here laic tonight. Turkey ami Great Britain thus ot'fecteil :i solutioti of Itie terrltorli aiul oil dispute of long The intorvontlon of the League Niitions prevented what thf as .serious trmihle >ielwoon Iti-Iialn an Turkey over I lie illsiJtisiMon nf win was said to he Urn worlds' rioliOHl v oil region lu Ihe yje UP HAROWW BJLU AMP THE 1 I ttlngd known ns Irak, former i. The lirith Kir Itomihl Lindsay ai Tt-wfik Unslmi Hey, Ihe Turi: forelfr inlnlHlor were tfie prime niovers In tl settlement. According to n recent ronntnutinop dispatch, Turkey under the ngrcun will reoolve ten nor e-t'iit of llie revi- of the Mn.sill nil .ricldst. retnrii thnt concession, tlie Turkish governniont njjreed to recojjn- the vnlldlty nf tin- oil ublaln- ed by the Turkish iHilnileitm eompany, n ItrlllKh owned fi'om tin; (teamla luterfcrcncp. ties Molncs. In., .lune W. iarke, campaign for Hcnator 11. Cinninlns, tonight Issued n slate- ent declaring Iowa preferred c-an her own lion when informed ml a of senntors tn ji Imdimade public a statement crill- Islnj? the Bi'imto for tlni unseat I tig. of. olonel Smith W. Itrooklmvti C'um- ilns' In I lie prlnuiry ATondny jr the Ili'pnblican senntorlal nomlno- ,011. "Iowa Hepnhlleans are not apt-, to e moved to tears, nor, In fact, much 11 r re rl over t he I n t ererence En the own primary of this little rrogant nnd meddling insurgents. Tbft tiitemenl that the -senate. In Irookhart did so In defiance vlll of the people of Iowa Is ridEcnlouH n Its face. At the November 102-1 elce- nepubllcftiis in Iowa went the polls and ilelllicrately voted! for he Democratic- cainlEdate In preferencii D Itruokhnrl, "linvrt also know 'that Senator Cniiniiius 1ms anil now Is he Brontes I chninphni In Hie battEcil'or farm relief lie has focus- ed the eyes of Ihe nation on tho causo agriculture." "Jown HcpublU-ans am not longer in In: ilcceivetl oltlicr ,by lieiniiROHnery yr by Ihe mcdUtins; :his Illtle uroujr of atreaily rrpudlativl from oulaiiln slnteH. Is able and mm-h prefers to wash her own linen mill clean her own house." FKO.M MAILS. Versp Ity Ynte 1'iuvor.stly fnMriir "I.owil ami (thsi't-ni-." (Uv Tin- .irisni'laiirfl New York. June itorni by Mill Snunilevs nn Instructor in thu iteiuirimctit of Ynh- unlvevHity he ISHIIQ of The New published In Greenwich hns Uceii nil Judged "luwii am! obscene'' b> tho nnlhorllEerf' An urtb'r burr Int; ltils_ niul -HnhiiOiioenl numliors the niaKii7.ine from the mulls bits hcen Issued, II iiconnu- known lixlny. Tin: o'i-der, lunyevcr, fnlloiE to prc vpnt tho Alay and Jimc nuinberH froni reachlny their subWTllwTS, n's II not Issued unlll nflvr th'.- iHiiyuxfno had dlMlributed. Complaint to the depart- inent wna nnuto by woverat women's nrgnnizallona the [Hietu "Suft Tiltilc hy While. Tlie New The Lllx-vnlor, hns mjide Hi Initial [K'nrnnce on the news Mauds April TRAIN STKIKKS .Inno F fwo inr-h nnd >ybiiifir, Into tonight when f fust IVnn.sylviinla inissinger tralnr'' from Into their niit'imohllc at White House grflflo In Ci a [field Jlelghls 'VlllufEe, a suburb. The tuo women niul 'run- mini wen- Instantly kllh-di-llif second-iiwu yvuy to a TO POLLS TOMORROW llcsuK of Kifiht WatrJieil United SlatfA Dos June En UIL> Iowa prlmnry hail routed tholr tonight aiid Monday tin) voli'M will oppress tbolr vlciwa UIHJ.I nnmevous naiionnl Is.mK's involvetl In the llcimbllcau senatorial battle ami ut least one state issue: In the senatorial content Senator A. It. Cummins, Colonel Smith W. Hrook- mrt nnd Howard ('lurk have iinuh! cainiinljjus, either pcrsoiiiilly ir through stato ornanlxalinns. i-alslng the Issuer of fnrm relief, farm ,'redltls, the tariff, transuorlnllon C'OSM nnd the wortil court, (jood routl.s Ihe inont Important subject luvolveil in Ibe state contests. Colonel tlroi'kharr.s for rein- Hlnlemont In the st-nnte. from which wns misted two months usju. in fav.n- ttf town's new lU'inocratk-senator, Han hns enlivened the throughout. Mo has told the voters Hint iiiitess ho noniinnle.l, cotiKress. hy ngrrement In Washington, would drop nil fnrm relief legislation now pending, this, howi-ver, Semilor Cummins, who In to retain a seftt he 1ms held for morn than I-S years, i-nntcmls that congress will be hold In session nnril SL-IUO sat- I.-ifactory farm bill enacted, regard- less of Iho vote .Monday. Supporting This cimientitm, today iKiIutrtl to a con- ference in Washington during tho uf- ioruoon, in wlilcli Senator CnmndiH ami other veimtt1 leaders intt'restiM in ho sUiuillnii reiu-ltctl sfimut lonliitlvo agreements OIL ut n bill K'fyre ihe M-nato. I1KIE SKVKNTKKXTH Cllll.l) Knn ssiKii Juno :is dr ni; twclri- ami wjih ii o( 11 U-S Inches, today to MM. nd th.ivi-oishih.ni; 'besr u-v IKTU horo lain luiidants: at hosniinl it the Uiby over there. Tho ulrl was Mrs. stvoiitot-nlh child, two of them twins. "fjho'.s hot so Sirs. Wood Siiiil, "I one that   

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