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Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1925, Emporia, Kansas P Full Aatocwtal PMM lUport By LuMd United THE EMPOÍSIA GAZET HOME EDUTiffN VOLUME XXXTV TWELVE EMPJORIA KANSAS MONDAt EVENING MAY 4 1926 WARNS U S MM 1THW ITS 1TO EUROPE Based on Óoofl Will Price of American Assistance N Honfhton DISTPUST MUST CEASE Diplomats Americtin Moral An Welt As Monetary Aid InvoUed By f Press London May 4 ambassador Alanson B Houghton speaking tonight before a distinguished audience here whichincluded the prime minis ter ot Great Britain declared in a friendly but firm manner that un Iwspeace based established in Europe hfe be ed American assistance for the Econstructlon of Europe must The ambassador Tnade it clear in the course o his address that he referred not only to moral but monetary aid Gbining as it did from the for mer American ambassador to Ger many following Ms recent visit to the UnitedStates and conferences with President Coolidge the pro nouncement was calculated to cre ate a profound impression upon the statesmen anddiplomatsgath ered to hear the neW ambassador and perhaps to be regarded as among the most important deliv ered by Americas envoys to the court of St James in years Be cause of its importance and the Jiote which It lounded it was assumed by those in diplomacy that he must undoubtedly be voicing the views of the administration at Washing ton Especial if icance was at tached to tho fact that the state ment carnes at a time when con siderable suspicion and distrust of Germany arc being voicedin various parts of Europe partlcul I arly France because of the elec i tloh to the presidency of Field Í Marshal Von Hindenburg who la ajserted by some to represent those reactionary forces which aro Inimical to the peace and interest of itleast some of the allies Interlocked with this idea It las been commented may be the of the security pact proposed by Germany and warmly seconded by England as a step to ward üomé to hiíghC thíB the smouldering fire ot distrnat Whether Ambassador Hough ton had any of these things in was open to conjecture Ha referred to none of them but con tented himself with making it plain not only that the reestabr lishmect of peace was essential to the continuation ot aSslstftncc from tho United States but that tho answer to the question whethr or there was to be pence must come from the peoples of Europe themselves If there was to be peace America would help in the reconstruction to the extent ot her ability The full measure American Ambassador Hough ton can be obtained only with the American people are assured that the timo for destruc time methods and policies has passed and that tho time for peaceful upbuilding has As the guest ot honor ot tho r RAINFALL 24 INCH Brisk tbundorshowera Sunday eveulni accom pnied by dark clouds and con siderable bluster resulted in only 24 inch of ralafall according to official rain gauge at the Soden mill After a day of mild temperatiiriw registering ajmmxl muaibt 86 degreeiSjMhe mercury dropped down into the forties Sunday night The temperature at 7 oclock this morning TV as 48 climbing by noon to 66 degrees will be The weather tonight fair frith increasing cloudiness and not muchchange in temperature is prbb able tonight in the northeast part of the state to the forecast Forecast tonight frost northeast portion probably cloudiness not touch change Weather and Roads 10 a nO roads slipperyl Kansas roads fair FARRELL IS NEW K S 1C State Bovd of Ap Permanent SBCOCMOC to IT M Jardine TO TAKE OFFICE JULY 1 New Board of Mfeeti with Old Board in Joint Scs Today May board of administration today accepted the resignation Secre tary of Agriculture Jardine as president ot the Kansas State Agricultural college and ap pointed Dr P D Parrel to suc him Dr Jardine was granted an indefinite leave of absence nhsn ha Trent into Presi dent Cpolidges Dr wag lapjointedaetiag pres ident of the college resignation as Farréll appointment 1 the beginning of the new fiscal year when the Autuflcia luauc roads good new Doard regents takes from roads good fboard of administration the roads good agricultural college roads soft Bnathe otherstate institutions of Arkansas main of the new regents were present when theboard of adtalnistration 1 acted on the presidency oi the roads good roads good fair roads good htfplat Paulen7will attend a ing of the boards afternoon American foreignofficeisia a very literal homesof American people and because in these homes matters cussed and reached which inthe end determinethe attitude ment i I feel the desire because every now and then I either hsar or read a statement which seems to imply that Americas relations to reconstruction Is substantially that of a partici pant in game of skill inwhich it behoovesher to play her cards very warily lest sud denly and without their knowl edge the American jpcoplefind themselves subject to heavy pen alties I may say very frankly that is not my own view I doubt If the American people loojt upon their ventures in re construction ln such fashion Their viewpoint ismuch more likeyour own They like you are contemplating the slow re a world which has been badly hurt morally and physically by war If material progress hitherto has beenslow we can at ourselves that been sure ovef the we note nieiitsl necessity that the peoples of central Europe shall be en abled once again togo to work bag been capital without which the other factors of pro duction could not be made to opérate been supplied cur rency values have been largely stabilized Your own long tUB talncd and magnificent effort to place your money on a gold basis has been crowned with State to Drop INDEPENDENCE WINS SCORE OP 18 POEVTS COPS SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST Kansas Hold Five Arrestedin Hotel Liquor Raid Kansas City May Of 12 defendants charged witb session of Hauor following raid on tVo hotels here early Sunday morning were held under bond todayfor the November federal grand jury The other five vete released AH were brought be fore George D Beardsley united States commissioner today Federal agents the hotels at the height of early Invading French Zone in Siorocco SufferHeavy Losses Report REVOLT DOOMED TO FAIL Rebel Iieadfer Hopes By Eaily fJucceiscs to Kally Natives Against Saltan Paris May reports from French say the French forces have had sev eral successes over the Riffiarln one oC which the tribesmen lost 50 killed considerable war ma terialahd some prisoners The Riffians have already cap tured one French outpost and a successful action with a French detachment which at1 tempted to throw á pontoon bridge across the Ouergha river TheTrench were forced back but managed to destroy the 1 I I rf LUUVOltV StenhatUn Tje for ore wUndrawing Highs Showing AbdEIKrlm the rebel leader Its thought to i confident that its capture would Independence won first honors create such enthusiasm amongthe I in the annual lstate scholarship contest at the Teach ers College Saturday But the score and Concordia and Manhattantied for second and third places with 13 points each while Independence had 1 S Bmporiahigh school winner of the contest last year placed In eight events this year Holloa winner of second place last year placed in but few eventsSaturday JEach year scbolamhip contests are becoming more popular Thii year 73 i pupils from 71 schools entered the 25 events Only 464 contested last A feature of the contest tras the awarding of scholarships to Donald Wade Coricbr Band Afay Enter National Contest to him and enable him to Syltan Marshall Lyautey and ha aides It Is explained here were fully aware that the attacks would occurand the marshal predicted to the day the beginning of the Rifflanoffensive It the French reinforcements have not yet reached It is said it is because the region alongthe Ouergha river is flooded and the rainy season which has not yet endedhas made it impos sible to transport material and troops under proper conditions Although the attacks ElKrlms forces are regarded as determined and serious there IB revelry and arrested the nwij Women were jreleaBisd In the ensuing confusion three deserted their expensive coats and two their These are hela1 ur evidence divisional Director or prohibition agents today fee received a letter of warn ing signed with a skull and cross bones The letter he stated him not to more wholesale liquor raids PLAN NEW WAR Body Recently 1Pounlon Indiana Dunes IS IT MRS DESIDERIO Tettjv Osborne Jmd Deberry Marquard and pNeill At S Y 123 15 1 Girl Friend Is I pjjiladel 000 000 2 nixes Piece of Cloth as Petti j Batteries Bentleyand Gpwdy coat She Loaned DecaMir Fillingln Ulrich and Henline Wilson Gary May mysAt teiy shrouding the death of a CincinnatiChicago rain Sivty Coast Gnárd Mobilized and Armed for Attack TO WAGE FINISH FIGHT of a young woman whose partly burned body was found a week ago in the Indiana dunes noar Chesterton appeared to bo dis integrating today with tho posi tive identification the torso hy a girl friend Florence Kish Boto said the body was that of Mrs Josephine Arc i Desiderio 21 ot Gary This the by Mrs Deslderios mother Miss Botó said she had been with Mrs Desiderio the day before the mur der was arrested yes Shoot First JnTestigate Aftor wnrds Order Forces e Under New York May áie coast guard of the entire seaboard with the fiBvenue cutters Gresham Seneca and Mohave were mobilized at the Clifton coast guard base on Stateri island today for a new war of extermination against mm fleets plying oif the coast from New Jersey to Connecticut The fleet comprises more than 60 Armed manned and equippedas for battle most of them aré nibtorcraft between 40 feet long and capable of great speed The which is expected to put to will operate under orders to shoot first and in the case of suspected rum runners Test iBone Dry Law Drive at Richmond Results in Pen alties Are Provided May bone dry law Indianapolis Indianas new iwhich became effective last week and which provides severe penal ties for violators met with varied results during the weekend re ports show j Thelaw brought more than the usualnumber of arrests at Rlch Bend and terday at South Bend and was said by the police to have beon prepar ing to ilee to Detroit Miss Boto said she and Mrs Desiderio took a train from Gary to Chesterton with two male com panions the day before the crime She was held for further question ing today One of the strongest points in her identification according to police opinion was her pointing but a bit of cloth found near the mutilated body on the Indiana highway as part of a petticoat she lent Mrs Desldero before the trip to Chesterton Artie L Hossler of Jlich ian City however waa as equal ly positive as others have been in identifying the body last night as that of her daughter Mre Mary Berg 22 wife of Harold Berg a railroad brakeman Mrs Hattie Butz was accused by Mrs Hossler as positively knowing something ot her daugh ters disappearance but Mrs Butz said th girl is in Danville 111 COMPETE ÍN FORENSICS PI KAPPA DELTA DISTRICT CONVENTION CONVENES AMERICAN LEAGUE At Boston Washington rain AtMew Philadelphia 101 00 NewYork 31 Baiimgartner Wai berg Graves and Cocnrase Shawkey Hoyt and ONeill At ChicagoCleveland rain At St Womans Former keeper Recalls Appearance Symptoms of Patient IMPLICATSHEPHERDS Took Dead Womans from Finger Almost She Died is Claim Louis 10 Batteries Dauss and Woodall Davis and Sévereld HARRIS GETS WATOH CoolidRe PresentsGriffiths Gift to Senator Washington May Presi dent Coolldge made another pre sentation to Stanley Bucky Harris boy manager the worlds baseball champions It was a watch the gift of Presi dent Griffith of the Washington club and other admirers In handing the watcli to Harris at the White House Mr Coolidge said he did not know whether he was supposed to pitch or bat it to the manager Griffith sug gested that in view of his good throw to Walter Johnson at the of the season here he had better pitch it ft íliiiícianS Won State Championship with Old and Faulrfc instruments tbem Todar ispaci fied except the territory of the Rltf and wlicn the time comes j for Marshal Lyautey to order his columns across tho Ouergha TÍV the French authorities predict lilat AbdEIKHm will find it convenientto retreat as fast as he can The plan ot the Rlfttans seems i í i UL occiua By winning the band content In be to invade the territory of the state high school music íesj trlbes which have Eubmttted to Uval la EmpoMa last week the tB6 French and to induce these iKinporia high school band is ell tribes to rebel or else to pillage glble to compete for national hon in moni raKíH Suit Against ors Thc victory also was a tri j lumph over many obstacles by the Harvester Company players and their director C W Topcka May reopening j Early in the school year Jans ot the states 19ycaroUl director ot the municipal against the International and was asked to take charge of vester company sought In the supreme court iast year by Jona than M Davis then governor in an attempt to compel a reduction ot farm machinery prices virtual high school musicians He con sented and began work with In struments which were cot In good condition many of them discards of the municipal today with a motion But the band attorney general the Britain Among tho most promin ent gathered to welcome him were tho duko ot York former Prem ier MacDonald the ambassadors froni Belgium Japan Germany Portugal and Brazil the arch bishop of Cauterberry Colonial Secretary Amery Sir Auckland Geddes Sir Samuel Hoare the Earl Craven and Lord Aslor Mr Houghton said I riso naturally with some ero barassment 1 rcallro that I have dono nothing to deserve this wel come But I am comforted by Uic reflection that no man receiving it could possibly appropriate to Wroself On behalf of the prcsi rtent who sends me here and the great people I have the honor to represent as well ns on my own behalf I thank you It was Lord Lyons I believe said that the proudest feath er in his cap wan tho fact that lie had left America without making single speech By own record is not so good But I take a certain pride nevertheless in the fact that I left Germany with only one speech to my credit and that in is instances like these after all which maleo diplomacy so tbe diplomat aha to the people to which he is accredited Tonight of course it does not count This dinner has como to besomething more than a mere occasion of hospitality It has be come in fact a significant if unof ficial step in the routine whereby an American ambassador lakes of fice And I should bo within tra dition I suspect if 1 undertook now to say something about An gloAmerican relations t cannot bring myself to think that you need assurances from me of American good will and under court the stato would not press thtj action and presented at af fidavit by Frank Baldwin as sistant attorney general stating that he had been unable to un earth sufficient evidence to con tinue tbe prosecution The court took the motion of dismissal un der advisement CATTLE HKAKING MONDAVt standing Believe wholeheartedly that tangled up and involved in these friendly re Á lations is the promise ot a better happier world I What I do want to sav a word Jardinn for GranviUe Case Washington May Jardine at tho request of Sena tor Curtis Republican Kansas to day set next Monday for a hearing in the Granville cattle case growing out of the death of a number of cattle purchased by stock raisers in Kansas from a Tixns ranch Tha cattlo were dipped in Texas for tick eradi cation and the owners claim the government is liable on tho ground that tho catle died from the ef fects ot the dipping in which the government agents a petro leum solution instead of the usual mixture being band to practice aying well Aft 5r tho band had played once or twico for high school affairs ar rangements were made for good instruments but the deal fell through The band continued playing and the school officials asked Janssen to enter the group in the state music contest Jausseu was skep tical because the tone of tho old Instruments was bad but finally the band was entered And the place over several ot tbe best bands in the state The school officials have not decided whether to enter tbe con test for national honors The city in which the national contest will be held has not been announced FOR DEBT AGREEMENT Negotiations Are on Between T7 S and Esfhonla Washington May tions for a debt funding agree ment between the United States and Ksthonia aro being carried on between treasury and legation of ficials Be photographed by Loomis on your Jaynes Goes to Trial Charge Is Misapplying Bank Funds Wichita May trial of John T Jaynes charged with conspiracy to misapply the funds of thd American State bank which failed In June 1923 opened here today Jaynes Is one of three charged on this count the other two be ing Phil Drumm former cashier and J C Spaulding who was associated with Jaynes in the management of oil companies for which money to the extent of is alleged to have been borrowed from the bank Judgo Grovor Pierpont before whom the case is being tried in district court The state passed 12 men for cause assurors hut siortjy be fore the noon recess Eerie Evans chief of the defense counsel dis of the 12 selected and it was Indicated that he would dlsualify most of the rest Not a dozen spectators were in the court room when the case was called for trial Last year when the trials of John T Richardson O A Powell and Roy E Cruramer thslr country In moat cases these tribes will liave no other course than to Join the rebels It Is believed It is admitted that while Abd EIKrim has no apparent chance of ever reaching Fez ho will be able to give tbo French forces throughout northern Morocco considerable trouble necessitat ing strengthening of French forces atgreat expense in order to master the revolt Farm Gardens Nipped by Frost Cold Weather Saturday Morning Caused Damapo to Tomato Plants and Beans ty Jtlchmorid 15 Enforcement officers aald that the heavy penal ties deterred some perions from taking a chance on indulging In a Saturday night spree In thiscity 30 men and two women were arrested on liquor charges during the period from noon Saturday until noon on Sun day Most of the arrests were Eleven Colleges Arc Entered In Events Initiations TUÍS ilny Night The district convention oí Pi Kappa Delta national forensic iraternity meets today and Tues lay at the College ot Bmporla and the Teachers in ASK PARKING RELIEF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WAJJTS MARKERS CHANGED Narrow Spaces Confuso Motorists and Keep Them from District ofatory and bus speattliig which wilt ducted in tournament fashion The choaches will be judges However they will not be permit ted to Judge contests In which their own schools aro réprcaent tcl Nine colleges have sent repre sentatives Besides tha colleges who arc hosts they are Washburn the Kansas ABKieu Sterling Ot Emporia merchantsare losing buslness because parking spaces ouCommercial street are too narrow and because In many places the old marks still remain and confuse motorists Chicago May 4 Coroners Chemist William D McNally to day questioned Mrs Stella Cos tigan Carson former housekeeper for Mrs Emma Nelson McClin took at the inquest which was to close today into the of Mrs McCiintoeks son and heir William McNally who had previously besnon the stand him self and testified to finding mer cury In deadly quantities in Mrs ícClintocka organs exhumed after 16 years asked the new witness about Mrs McClhitoeVs ymptoms at her laat illness Mrs Carson said Mrs McClinr ock looked yellow had glapsy was wet with perspiration and complained of pain about her leart She replied o Dr McNallys questions as to whether Mrs MClintock had high extreme weakness and a pain In smail of back She did not kiwy Irs brought any medicines home with her from iudlavia where she had gone before returning from Bay clew Texas A relative from Kansas testified Mrs Carson was at the funeral niald thorn houldhavó been a post mortem ir something Mrs Shepherd iaid nosuck a thing Mrs Me ilintock died with heart After Mrs McCIIntocKd death I heard Billy crying f asked Mr Shepherd wliat he was doing to Billy and he said was correcting him would not call him father Shepherd Raid if Billy was goinir o stay with him hed haveto behave as IIÍB own son continued the 1wH I heard Mr Shepherd o Mrs Shepherd about me wedl better got rid of her she knows too much about I Edwin H Badger who said wan a friend of Billy and that Ws business was wholesale timber land told ot being shadowed while talking with friends at the 1 McClintoclc placo at the timo of Billys funeral The man who 1 followed him according to his testimony trying to overhear 1UA toward corrbctlng1 the A committee was appointed by 0 president to take tho matter up at once with city officials Wilhlto Is chair man of tito committee and assistants are R T Smolley and W N1 Gunsolly James W St Clair who also was present aslcetl that leniency nnd Bethany The schools havs for intoxication an offense which j registered an unusually large awa Baker Salina Wesleyun hown outoftown persons who not knowingly violate the law and then nnd on their cars asking them to report at police court City iave for nevera weeks been consider plan whereby outoftown uumber oC contestants in extem poraneous speaking A of coaches was with a fineof from Í10 to ÍÍOO to which may be added Imprisonment ot not more than six months Police turn A u keys said their slates bore only i when meeting places were planned persons may be shown more the usual number of arrests for tor each event Contests will be leniency than the city motorists held at oclock this afternoon Frost Saturday morning which did little or no damage to town gardens nipped many gardens in the country particularly where the garden patches were located in unprotected places Tho damage was confined mostly to tomatoes beans anil potatoes Tomato plants and beans in many gardens will be replanted Potatoes were nipped but besides being retarded In their growth are not believed to be seriously damaged Many farmers warned by tha lighter frosts of the two preceding nights covered their tomatoes and beans On some farms grapevines suf fered from the frost while on oth ers they appear to be unhurt Tree fruit was not danagcd On the Shady Slope fruit farm north west of town fruit was not hurt but a 9acre field ot potatoes on the farm was frosted but the prohibition law violations At Richmond the largs number of arrests was attributed to a drive by county and city officials who gave tbe new law a tryout Most of the Richmond arrests were for the possession of liquor Under the bone dry law posses sion ot intoxicants Is punishable by imprisonment of from SOdays to six months and a line of J100 to 500 for first and second con victions Por the third of sub sequent convictions thepenalty is lield in Albert Taylor hall tho Little Theater and Memorial chnpel Tho first round oC mens and womens debato took placa following tlio conference The oratorical contests will be hold tonight The second round of de bate will begin Tuesday morning it 9 oclock and finals will be Tuesday afternoon The extem poraneous speaking contests will be held Tuesday morning at 11 cclonk and Tuesday night at oclock one to two years Public initiation of members and in addition á flne of from to Fort Wayne and ported conditions about as usual 10 arrests being made in the former city and seven in the latter Into Pi Kappa Delta chapters of fiach college will b3 Tuesday night in Albert Taylor hall at the clos ing session of tho convention Tho Teachers College will initi ate 20 perFons The two Emporia I colleges will bo in charge of tho initiation Violet Hassler who woi tbe womans state oratorical con test will represent the Teachers In oration Mips Calilo Bandits Lock Up Operator in Frisco Boxcar Girard May two ban dits locked Eora L Moore night operator at the Frisco station i debate Hams nre composed of Miss and aman named Glllihan of Fortola Stocklou Miss Roberta Scott in a boxcar at 1 oclock Moore and Miss Lucilc Sppncer Munger and YOUIIR will bo Miss Magdalena Teachers College contestants in extemporaneous epeaklng Tlie womens mens The Chamber of Commerce agreed that tho city officials should bo commended for making an excellent tourists park and the police should be praised for keep ing traffic moving on Commercial street Saturday night No Chango In A O II W Office Tío chango has been made in the location of tho Kansas A 0 U W offices B H Stewart newly elected grand recorder said today after a meeting of the lodges board of directors in Em poria The office of tho grand refeorder is in Emporia and the office of the graud master is In Newton Tho offices will be In the same town thats said Mr Stewart But thera is nothing to givs out about the location until after tho Cooper Jackson of Nowton temporary recorder sincethe resignation of E M Forde early In the year has checked out and Mr Stewart has checked in Directors In Emporia for the meeting were 7 W Grablll of Newton Watson grand master oí Plttsburg W J P W fora Jfrg Shephwd had a diamond from the tfead womans linger BEGINS FIGHT Piles Motion to Stríko Oat for Jons of Indictment Indianapolis May ilotlonn to strike out certain por the indictment D C Stephenson with first de gree murder In connection with he death of Madge Obér holtzer were filed in crimtnil court today by Eph Intnan Stephcnsons attorney The nioi tions precluded a plea by Stcph enson to the indictment I TAX IS HELD INVALID Court KnockB Ont Massachusetts Foreign Washington May chusetts tax upon foreign cor porations interstate doing an exclusively business within commonwealth was declared in valid today by the supreme court Cooper of Kutchinson and Edgar Sunday morning one of the of Royal AlcoU Hucbj Bennett of Washington oners remembered that he had a I ner aml lamer than an hou latsr i tha womens debato team t TT o 1 nn Girl Hurt by Hotel Bos Marjory Ann Keith 5ycarolri daughter of Mr and Mre J O Keith 407 Noosho was bruised and cut at noon today when she was struck by the Hotil Broad view bus driven by J E Boyd She was not seriously injured Tho girl was stepping off one of the Kansas Electric panyg buses which was headed north and had stopped on the east side of tho street across from ttie j homo Tho hotel bus was j oing north on Neosho street and j turned out to pass the big bus vhan the little girl darted out from j the front of the bus running4j toward her on the west I of the street Shewas struck by they had succeeded in cuttins a ifrom he College of Emporia are i the front ot the bus and small hole through the car door i Futh Fulton Mis Rae V n Mr under the car which came to and unlatching the ock and Ml8H Gwendolyn U D Waterman of me uanuus entered the doi John creek was injured when pot and toolcilTrom alid H Carter are by driven by unlatching The bandits Moore of tho mens debato team which i frank Krueger on Commercial and Gillihan made their i Collcea has entered The Sat rom G IIIn stop As Boyd hurried out ot car to pick her up she jumped up and ran crying to her home linn maul indi pants are expected to come out and th h t han logo will entries all right Mrs H M btephens dits had Slich a gtart that no pur A r Jsuit was possible A few earlyplanted fields ot corn also suffered frost damape Goa c c but a comparatively small percentj Slowly but Eurelv is age of the corn is up in for the Chamber of i Commerces drive for for SHOT TÍV IXSAXK the stats high school WUEÍR con toiit the mealing of tho Kansas Graders Busy on Admiro Work Kansas Must Import Harvest Hands urday night Waterman and a companion i Worf on tho Admire road i were crossing the street going i nortlieast ot town is progressing west on Fifth when the accident weak after many occurred The car struck Water 45rs caused by raiüy weather A man and his leg was pierced by KradlnB outfit and 10 cams were a projection on the car Both to tnft working force thb men were knotked down Thc work of srradiasi Wounded Wife Gets ID Orcsses Stato Teachers association in Em Tho injured man was taken to ithe road an culverts con1 ropeka May annual MilWay hotel where the 1must bc completea bv ac problem of import ing tlin army of WOHnd was dressed bv a doctor I to the terms of the con Clsildrcn Then Collapses Chickasha May she had been shot and perhaps js by a doctor nrf h i hands lo Kansas fields j Jnjllries ars notJ BQr as tho gravoling worS and he Lyon was up for solution today before scheduled to begin at that porla next fall County Farm Bureau club fair j tho state com nils next fall The total at oslock today reprcccntatlvoK of tin Kan sas railways nnd George E Tucker of Kansas City federal chango fatally injured by her husband was J C Gladfelter who later killed himself Mrs G said he was certain farmlaljor R Rinehart arose from her bed would come in leaving a I it is cMiniatori Hint early tdday dressed her six j balance of to collect before I farm hanrti will hirftquired oy children and turned in a fire alarm th9 goal is reached He believes j thn rmprs or Kansas to take j y our barber try hair cut before she collapsed amount will be sub cafe of tlm frops and that or bobbed 30cadv Mrs Ellen Smith who spent the winter In Wichita has MfiKeeFlimlns Matt returned to her home vx Co314 sircet for all kinds of building maíeríals Tf you are not satisfied with before she collapsed Firemen rushed her to a hosscribed pital where her condition was de for Carliie Beauty were called the court room wasjclared critical Police said her You can rook better with be sub rare of tlm of must bc imported from scurfs outsinc ihc state is the atiituue cf tne plain Five of boat barbers for hir portable tr bobbing 30c at Sokdall ir McCari TOOUli
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