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   Morning Globe, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1927, Atchison, Kansas                               THE SUNDAY MORNING GLOBE. PRICE FIVE CENTS ATCHISON, KANSAS, SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1927. PAGES FIFTIETH YEAR. 13310 Goodland, Kansas, Wouldn't Trade Its Twelve-Inch Snow Last Week for the New Nevada Gold Discovery A VICTORY IN ROAD DECISION Home and Senate Agreement Meani Much to County. CAN ACQUIRE NEW HIGHWAYS And Provision for Uepuyii Kent-fit DiHlricl Taxpay- ers Remains XS'lion (hi- si'mife mill In.use rr.'iifer. of :he Kausiiit h-Hatni-e togetherj >estoTdny afternoon at Topi-lm nn a! IHMjwm-d mail wliU-h Iho home initialed, thus its ennclmt'iit tit Uds seSMhui, AlchiN-.Jii county wmi ti vh'tui'x'. Thin Lav.- UN U "'III iilTivl Ateldsen l-'nr ilir refunding of piivinc K'U.TIl dlsh-lcl Ifixov over tlie !he Inx originally to have run, with Hie tax filrendy paid in he re- funded uftci' the cxpirnUim lUe ln- illii) (line Tm- fbi- of the tax. Tlmf hoards of roniily niny proi'oed 1he of ways, And Hint the "free fund" in the sin to upimTtiaMit shall Tenni5n nt Kiss fails to Pierce Heart of an Editor (liy Tlicf Associated I'ross. .Mrnidan; N. Mnrch slve of press agents reached ti Jiowheight for North it yumiK woninn-seekhiK tvcti newspa- per publicity tuiiiounced herse-lf to Hip iniiiuiKhii; editor of tho Jlammn Vlo- neer today by IniptaiilliiK resounding hiss (in his cheek. She failed to HHH'li SIHK-U. Tho editor's wife was working at an ad- Joining FINDSlOLDlF IS NOT JOKE FORM REED FOR PRESIDENT CLUB Local Democrati Launch Firit Organization of Kind in State. OVERWHELMING SEGMENT I'avty Loaders Declare Mis- souri Senator is Logical CamlidiUe for 1928. LEGISLATURE TO QUIT MARCH 21 Leaders Select Date For Final Adjournment Rnndits Open Fire on Clerk at Arensberg Store; Es- cape With lielievlnt; tlie ''hands np" commaml itf two nmski'd hmidlld to bo n joke. 1-VwI Riintlcrsj clerk In H. Arens- ht-rff's grocery, W7 Main struct, nar- rowly escaped wilh Ids lift1 lust nlvtln vhen they fire, on him In bis troitSLir: the air over This Hull Hit1 tnxpnvora In lln- hrtK-ril district or Ilir nmiiplinm hanl-snrFm-ed pjkt- will In- rofundrrl lite lev ii-d tlifin for I lie t-on- niriU'tfon of highway. npOfovC" iiiMlHy Uic rofstnd In lip i-ai'h iiflor DIP 5s imlrt. It iiienns llinl tlio Norlon- villo niiil Lravi-n worth hanl'SiirfJn-pfl i-nnd prnJL-clH will hi> pliiccH on tlio bcnrfil illstrlol lav rnlljt of Atnlil- S011 lOllllt It lusiiri's 'prftccdnni Oils iiipr liy I tic or" ccnnty commis- sioners with' Hit1 liiriinir over of town whi'i roatU In four u-ldc-ly of enmity, wtib'li will [tld unskfi Improvised frcmi liamlkerchlofs, ODted the caHh n-Khitin- In the s lore of letu-ecn mid the ovenln.ij'H re- nnd then ptcsumiiljly n a- cur. It wan nlwmt !1 o'cloel; In (lit: L-ven- ut; when Ihe robbery WHS sttitjcd. Sund- was nlone In lite .stoni tintl L'ollce- iijin Iloh Dyson had passed just a few minutes on Ids tour of duty itt neighborhood. Handera wtis tr emo nit.s the- jmst itni convinced that a yreat majority of iho Dcint in Atchison and .snrronndtn :oi u dies a re -st ronj? 11 to study the. lust completed Final action on ndjonrnmenl resolu- tion was takon today. The Tlroadle hill to reunportion Iho Htntc; senatorial WHS killed today bv the senate judicial and leg- islative apportionment committee-, already by house, I Ins meas- ure would bave. western Kansas two new senators, niaile Kono county a senatorial district by Itself and hal- uced tlie Increased represenlaUon for the western part oC tho slate by WEST KANSAS iWIDE SCOPE TO STORM BOUND ARMS DISCUSSION One Death, Disrupted Train Door is Left Open to Consider- HOOVEK URGES A SHIPWAYTOSEA Secretary For Sf, Law- rence Channel Project SEE BENEFIT TO' MID-WEST ToUs New Rutland Audience H 'Would Uomove Barrier In Tran.sporlatioa consolidating six custom Kansas dis- trict G luto three. has heen nn of tlio senatorial districts since 1001, Service, Blocked Highways Cars. of nnllrlin. A wiinlslorm fivu mill's Hans., tlil-s siflPiuoou lorn duivii tmildlnBs, rtunovort femt'.s and splbikrcd Irce.s. injiirlrs .sfock i-i'iiorleil :iml iS wivt'J. Ktins.ns (Mty, March is death, ation of All Phases at Geneva. Washing nn, Mareh UivUutiotis lo part it'i pu I e in n unvnl arms con fo ron PR at. (icticvn were; lrun.-5- mttteil totlfty to the Uritisli and .lap- ruie.se hnlh of whom pro- vionsly liad advised tho state depart- incut they would accept, 'Hie invitations. Iransmltled tn the Itrltish nni] by IVtlllS.HS I il V. .tilt I. It I i, ill. Irii'in servicv. -tilockwl (In-w discusplous lic.gln thorn .shot. Imllet iiitd trnlu'dding lHiif; itsulf into fiharley uf Hie AiOlilKiin wln.-s n swi-epii victory In the ciuiipromisi' on Hie I'fll, It Is not the only ronnly In tin Mule 10 co) i it- out ilnl Ie. Seilmvick, I.eavenwi'rtlt and tc nr twch-e oilier counties whlclt hai niajof road ran is nudor Cfinslrn [lou ui' eoiileinflated, will heucfU mn h'l'inllv iindL-i- new Itfrumlhitr uf 1he li.-ti.'ll; li> ttrls heeti -IN En At "histui rdiinty and several other i-rn c.-iintii-s nf lite H'l uieuiiK tlntt Hie roads fire I-4- liairl for. iniw nnd Tn Hu- fnluro, bv imnnsetl hy tin n Die tniinly ioner.s iinnonnt'ed tln-v projHis iji c'iMiiily hij-laviiys oiU t.jnls in The nientl.iued. to On' nd ibnl vlrlimlly every Ifindownor in lie i-uinity would. 11 rive an Improved ilufirl from Ids Innae to Ids inike! -iho i-lt.v AU'hlsun. Then Ihe hoard wn.-; confronti'il r.y SUMO whii'ti prohibfled Iho rte- iniprovirnr or of ihun n liniKcd niimhi'r of miloR T hltrliwjiy al n Klven Ilino, the limit rleleniiiia'd h.v Ibe nunihcir of i.r liiwhway ilien helue; ninin- :iinc'd hi eiii'h ciuinlr Hie o tilt1 wall of the store. In emisldenihly lo.ss lime limn it akes to tell Ur the- pair hollered im negro, the utlvvr i rifled the. r_-ash regis- ter titid dbarpefired Into Ihe .street. Ocuiitfints of rooms over Iho store, urouyed by jhe.. jfhoollng. Investliiafud. One told "'polite officers saw the, two robbers 11- in Ihe i a Ford. ud I .SHS iictions- of two men In u l-'ord. lo be 'Shirk.1 wcri. nil iiiiracdlately ui'ter liohl- bdth tif Two or Hi rot- hoho -lames Hcnioit. dinlrnian of the meet-' declared. "1 find very little senti- ment for oilier candidates for tho presidential nomitmtlon of our party, ninl I believe thuf- if lleod EK nuinlniit- cil In: be wiven practically every Uemnenitlc vote polled in this .section oC Ihe slnte. Me Is Iho logical candi- date for that position." t stiile-wiiie Intere.sC Is Siting taken iu Alchison county's if.Semilor Heed. WIM rlc- i-lart'd IIS-H fnct hy I1. yesterday Tiftei'iionn. "It lefr lo Atcblson eonuty lo I'Jii; intthil move for Heed in leLidRis wU over tlie slate. arc and when (he word ITOLV out: Through Ihe press thttl At Si i HI eounly I havo headed out Tor Reed, many other will foi- st ate schools, 1'rc'sent jirn vision does not nllow donors to "E know of a cnunllo.1! where Ueed clnliri will formed wlllilii few riliiiUtii' to tlmt iti Atchlson. I havo Ivon JiF.snred that IK'iimciTirir luenibei's of slato lei ntnre will slari Heed ruin in lin inmis nmk- ilfy ftny of them 1 lie iriilcl of roliro t.lnvUlo is.sued u "drug net" order Id tin' polK-ciaou in Ihc- street lo ItrEng la all snsplcbins cltni'Jielei'.s I'orHiwlth. AITI WDITUEfFs. SENATOR UNO ON SHORES CHj- Trie AssuclnJcit The llai- soveniim-iii (ms notified .Seimlo Demuerai, I'tah, llml U will not ernilt. him to visit isluiLiI us ho nd planned. h'eimior Kins, who is now t ie Wcsl Imlli's survey conditi: OKI f.innialTaii fio iniu'll u  hours tifter o snowfall of tl inelie.H Two liifihe.s of moist tiro in the form of rain, -snow aafl had been En 21 hours nt Noi'lon, Aulomo bile ami railroad traffic was to Ihe west of Xorton, h was report cd. llaskcthall IOHHW i" th sectional toiirnaini'iiL weri! Una bio t leave iho clly because Of drifted am snow-hound roads. llfpreFfittnHve of T.eaven- worlli, flonr leader, loday succeeded in inlviuu-iiig In Ihlrd rejid- Ing ids bill for I Ive-milllon-dollnr paying claims against served to disc-lnso that all three1 governments have now expressed hop I Imt Prance and Hnly will find tl po; slMe to take .iome part In (he flonev tEie Invilallon leave the, to tht> fullest dlwcuwinn a flpMPvii wltle opeiK Xo o nny kind to wtty.s and means fo x tending HIP theory of (onntiKo Li ml itlon to other than capital ships :un .trcrrift carriers is presoldod, nor I ,ny of the Hireo commii ed in ads'ance nn nny pluisc of Hi that will urise (it (lenevi An clement of the discussions i Jeneva is hound to be (be .quc.slion o ho relation nf naval air forces lo sn ace craft. Whether there fs miy IK stlillity of exlendint; limitations eve o various of nnviit nircran, n nains to be seen, It is tn li inticlpnted lluit iiosKihilllit irny exist In that direction will 1: nokcd over carefully at Ihe threi Miiferenco. ftRTIFIGIHL BREAIHIRG SAVES LIFE OF BABY Xew Intven, Muri-h liHwtvi) tbe Atlanlie and yri'iil lakes, via Ihe Si. [.awreiu'e river wonhl iho whole tlm jnhl-con- n to IniernnHonul t rade. .sabslnntl- lly Increase the returns from y lowering ilu- costs nd hem-fit the indii-strhil hy nun reatidn, Si-civiary I told a Hlhi-rini.' of Xew Knglnml liitKhicsi leu hero in nn tnldresH hefuro Xeiv llnven clinmhor of ciimmnrfre. nice- Iho f'nnadinn nnd American iimnirfslon of engineers last fall pro- .llUICtMl tlU1! eillllll COHSllMU-.tluU foUK- ite. ]ie said, a stnine; lead of scntl- icnt fur linnifdtatc eonstruetlcin has otlen under wav in both and he United Rtutes. cfinst ruction would roniovo a ;real harrier in ik'dnrod. "H U nrKC-iil to the pros- writy of the VMM inUI-wesv. It wealth of hydro-elect rlc wivcr. Itulld railwayn. as wo infly, ninn teinnnds nn tnitlet to tho POJI'by direct n [id for one big- Is TIP curry goods to their dei- inatirm wEthout, two to four times ro- inndllnn is tbc- only rond to the, most 'Cnnonileal Oar cn- ;lnecrs have determitied full plans by rhEch can nltlinntely sccnvo a ooL cbannel to tlie Inkca SH Kkr cent, nf nit oViMti-jjoluH vo.ss  nurthcrn nnd Omit I'lftlnn: Ot-rnwlnttfl] -p.-rlmh nr pro 'n Clio norihrrn nurl rcntral [mr but ninHjlyTnlr tn tltrt tinmhcrn iinr Hun: (tcnorol iirrrlrillallop Ilkoly liy Snl iinlfi.r; tcmucmhirc unlit WeJm-i.lrtj'.. fnlloivfllj n-l.lM-, ulil, rl- tnpf hy tlic.catl uf-llj. BOY SCOUT HANGS SELF PRACTICING ON KNOBS SENTENCE TEXAS OFFICIALS IN RECEM PEOHAGLMSE (Hy 'Clio AsisoclaKHl Corpus C'hrUtt, Tev.. .March Spntenci-s railflhr.' in 'M duys In jai nnd fines uf up to IS fvdi-viil sit Ix-avi'iiwoi'iU in fine of. were imposed enmity, Texas, tMiivirlcd recently I'lilled KliitM (list ricl cmirt rcsl of t (Hy Aasnrtalfil Mnroli Tho or- siisniK'fs and finding of JIucilKO. Minrh Sa-yi-jir- old Albert Frlek wns kepi :illve LOS rs artificial resplvalbm !u :i losing wltli dealh hero thl.s week, n 20-months-old bnhy Hindi; n similar hnt- won, It was learned today March Ibc xthaime today at the state depart- ment of ratificiitions of the Aniciican- 'rench Ihpior treaty fol- iiwini; liims wilh tho a f; reft- iic-iit "with tir.-at Uriiain, (ho Wash- tiKton government hns virtually tiiuiL'ed Ibe lanni'hcd by Hec- i-etury I Inches. In an effort to bmik up "rum row" off the. Atlantic co.ist, Hie prohSMtidii blockade. Kramv is the. ihlrleenlh country to ;-nlnr formiil treiily relations witlt the, I'nltoil States, primarily lo MIL I. liquor Into the United Htntcs. Tlie othurn sire Creat Britain, frerniany, Sweden, Xortvay, DenmarU, ftnly, Panariur, Canad-i, tlio .Xethor- InndH, ami Spain. Tin- trenly wilh Helnimn has heen signed but nwaits rarlfh'allon. KKilfT LAMRR. Sel nf of Trip- lets nnil I'ivo Pnirs of TMins. (Hy Tho l.n Croxso, Marcb itifji to the farmers' tradl- tiotinl query of "1m h, hahf blnek cheep; Imvu you nny hln eight f-wes presented fi farmer near licrn with twenty lahibs full within n week. (Jlnrnliuirl Mart In of Dusty, ownoa nwi-s, Ono nitai-oti irnvc 'id rt h t o nuad riipicb, n nil I wn ha d triplets, five wrro satlsfiwl to pro- of (win mulloiiH cacti, (lOrnuny In Nicnr.iKiKi'? Corliitn, N'lcftiaKiia, Mnrdi rcK'-d In assikthiK (hi! .Matajfiilptr lire. hrdiK' InyeMl- Atiiod jlrgvornjiivnl, Tlie I'r.iKd 1 Xew Vnt'k. Afiin-li ]'J--.lolin S. miir, 15-yenr-old Ilroukiyn boy scoiit, nanyud himself la the cellar at home today "while ;in In knotting loMmlifv for with Ihc rocovery'of Ural The hahy, like l-'rlck. was en np for ilend hist 'I'nesday, whon. suffering I'vntn anil hiflu- eazn, she ceiiscd brentbinu. Hut doctors ami nurses applied (lie method whU'h keeping Kriek nlive. :ind hy lining their Iiamls In iirlifii'hil I'i'n-ih-alfon -snHlnined the spark of life. ThrintKhiail Tno-sdiiy Ui baby was kepi alive liy nrllth-ial tiro a tiling and cavly in t tie inuruhi Iho victory was nlnioHt won whi'ir 111 cliHd'.s linm.s ln'iriin functioning mil or- ally iwilllt. The hahy is ready to tie Inkeu hojiii' T pA-onriL'e and from Ji liosnltiil [oniorrow, well analn. llayinoad Teller, fini'd, after a fever of tllli whk-ti rtitd scnlenced to months' followed her 1bo batlli- for i V'nuiU llriiiult, life. fleiuMy under 'IVSIer, was one j yeiir nnd flnp. Floyd DuiUI. Jus-} IIMll-XU'l.AK STOCIC t Ice of 1 he rc.'vce, wns sentenced to serve four nioiitliK rtutl fined 1..; Wcclt-lCml KcadjustnifiiJ of AcroiHit: Sloekwell, fjirmei% was fiivon ninoly Cause of "Hull" .Movi-ineiit. flays and fine N'eu1 York, Mnrch farmer, :io days and fine. j week-end readjnsimont of all 'Ve.sUniony nl the trial (but men-Dvo accounts impiirJcd t sent lo Williicy ccmnLy :is entlon price movement In lodavs' wen- rhinwd with viifirancy and miirliet. Tradlns waft fairly heavy fo :is honor in the rollrtf finltl Hie liny hud hc-c the too Mainly while testltit; llio (lotitilo knots ho bad lied mnjo n tb FLOODS Fleets of Itoafs, Itiirpcs And Hafts To Aii? of InhaMtariL-i. I'arts, Mnreli tif barges nnd rnfts, erinijifipil lad- der.-! setit.toilny lo toko families from upper Tories of ninny Imiftlrcds of Hooded hoiinrs In a vasl of rnln-niadfi luki-w In .soiitlnvost TJtrco persons wore drinvncd hi taking supplier lo Inhahiinnts of the glon. 'I'licrh- honl overhmicd. Hnlii WOR still falling In many sec- (Ions tonight and most of I lie were rising slowly, although Ihe was nelieved to luivr? Neen nearlr renchrd hy all DID YOU KNOW ATCHTSON toff ice receipts have increased fifty per cent in the lust ten years? Gross receipts at the pbstoffice in 1926 were nnd in 1916 were rk nut their fine? .holnff hnlf-huliday jinued fiunrcTs. spreulatlvo oi _ side. I'lan Uirffcjsl Knsy money, conplrd wilh reports i: (liy Tlie Assnclnlcil ituprovini; business, to he Ih Mni'eli 12- -Puiehaso of the foundation on wblcb the "bull" movi :iir rights over fri-luhl lortiiUuil Lrtxikn nu-nt based. Further proof It: of tin! Chicago Xorlhwestt-rn rail- of tlm menoy slluntlon was set> ATarstnill Meld A: t'otapany 1 in: week n today of n u area eijnlva- showing ronerro In osreess i lent to three blocks as the site for a iho largest in over a vo.i 15'mil Lion-dollar ]i1anneil to on tho eve of Ihe federal income tn lie probably the in Hie world, payment date. Edward Weston, Famous Walker, Won't Go to Poor House; Woman Play wrig fit Provides Modest tEon of her "Abie's frhh KOSP" in sc, the unto In which nine bandits with SHV1.000 nftec blowing flu ar- mored pay car of the Tor- iniiuil t'ortl was in nisbl tiy connly diMeetlves. Tho him- ilEts' machine was found on Oint-fir Hill, near Po, Tho sus- pects were arrcsfed in n nearhy nrmed umis were slatloaed at Ihe farmhouse in Hie llef that Pour men who left tlie plrno shortly hcfori> the detectives arrived, woutd n'liini. Tho ImndLl.s' cur bore ['enasylvanla license, plate 102-SUiV Tlie it is reported by Hit; detectives, den from u nmchintt owiifil hy J (Jillmore of Mnnon'-iahela City, 1'a. lice altomitlnl to find Gillmore, hut la lives snid I''1 bad been nway for days. Tlie snsnpcis yuve their naiues an an ley Stanley Staa- liulli nf Mich. The fiiriu nisi- is owned hy .fue Wlskowxttl. it he wns absent when 1be det( t ,'es .swooped down on the [ilatv. QARH WOULD REVEAL "POWERFUL INIERESTS" (Hi- The l aslduytnn, nrl t tli of tbe seiinle foreign relaiirms inlltie, sul't lixlay he niak- publlc Ihe Identity nf the "power- ;il inlcre.ms" infliieiicinj; iho Mexican il situation, aw hy Cay :tcvens, or the of rlroliMiin In Mexhu. .Mr. Itorab said lie had tlie names of Ue nil i-onnmnies referred to in hU I'i'i'nl lelier Jo Mr. conlil lot mala1 them fiibllc inilii n-b d iindemcs. which lias pieste.l. THKKK I'IKATKS LAID IT tuiil Itnrnharl on Shell MiitDL' Injnrii'S (Itv The .U'.viHrnl frt-tvi 'a.-o Kobles Culir. Murclr Man Hard lias tlie train- camp of Ihe riMsLiirsih ttu' rcsuli thai three on the shelf wltli itiiu.ir lujnvles. t'hcy are Glenn Wrinlil. star short- Ili-rinan lefl 1 ieUtor, mid I ,'lyihi Hani h an. 'n not her mu field j-r wbo has ln'i-n dolntf some iun-ld ilut.i Wrliitit put uut of commission oral count rl won him International fame, but 04 fortune1, wnn rwenlly found ill and im-1 by (lly Tim Vrfay. New York, long road Hull had led Ihe feet of f-Msvord Tnyson Wcsloii, Iriiiim-onllnt'iiliil ile.strhin, dou'iiward into poverty and Inrnod Into more pb'Msanf j poverUhcd in a Oreriiu lei country roday when n fortune of j i-menl. Ills spirit -sllll nnbroUen, the CKK) wus sot aside for thr> tdil mnn'.s old nuni annoimced lhat bo would :it- rnalntemuice and care. I tempi to enrn n living a On the e.vo of the walker's Sflth I hoy" as soon as re- hlrthday A run- Xlohols, I gulnrd Ills Instead of re playwright mid prorincfr, and ILCUVCVIT, lir suffered n siroko innnnKer, I ft? of and hM need mhrc; set aside the- fund, the Interest t ncnte. As ho had ritiro h.vn a report _ nt 0 cent to In month- i i-r on Xew .Vork thi; prosn rtuirch ,vas knocked nm-oiisirions yi-sfeiday in i eolllston with Ccnier Heliler "Klnki" ['iiylt-r, while liitb a hall. Etarnhiirl. who tit'di holding iluvvii this but corner ft.r Hie Vannl- Kaiw, split his Jund lw- Uvcci. the'.third and little ffugvrt Hcldlni; a hall. Ttir physh-hut Mtltl Imlny nil Huve vrntiUI fi- for duty In from two to f.mr dayn. o. K. ON Miiyorrt of j'rvnch Towns Canlnti tcrferi' sions hrtve l-eeii decuire'l In l-'raiiee and should not t-e focldddetv nyors nnl.-s (ben- Is ihiiiyr ot ly of livc.i, of tbo liy O. II.' Mriliifn, chairman of tbe I Nichols' tin-go nlfr, Wcston .fitiAinlllco of (he Xew York elicck .vesierday frnrn Kduurd t'ri'ss SMst Nicbnls saih-ihror tnun" I lUinnK! lnvcoiineelitni with the produc- (noiorh-ly. club felt rcsfHinsiblUty ami formed n to rnlse a fund. Several rcci'lvc'd prior to riem a The t'ouneU nf tlw body I Inn I'jis-i.-s en ofiU'ial KCU, I milled two hy mayors forblil- dlng the and has dtxhirvO. liri'.'cciilhui.'- Ihe flui'a itnd Jiill Imposed Imvy lon.t; heen nnd so i1 veil. Much uf the over is titive arisen lu dia where there are strong cotu frffjuenily trinnroHlHi; Ote Ux-al yovern nient, I'rieAts and iht'lr fiiii'-ienlly defltxl In 1 0 'their   

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