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Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1925, Emporia, Kansas iFuH Associated Report By Leased Wire United THE GAZETT PAGES EMFORIA KANSAS THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 24 1925 HOME EDITION NUMBER 4 FrancoAmerican Debt Parley Op ens with Presenta lion of B The weathermans prediction came true Wednesday evening when the sky cleared and the sac set clear but inore showers are predicted for tonight with a rise in temperature expected Friday Wednesday nights minimum was Í 49 degrees but at noon today the PAII I FLQQUENT on the postofffee lawn ravictorari lotrrooe Af France Still 5Unis ter Mellon Returns Soft A IflGOSIK IK rconomic Conference Will Ask Assistance of Labor Organizations Heir to Income Peels Potatoes ENTHUSIASM GREETS PUN Tariff Examined Aside from PSscal Says Irfracheur Washington Sept The French and American debt commissioners meeting here to dav to effect a settlement of Frances 4 billion dollar war deDt pledged themselves to race the is sue as practical men recognizing the problems of each ether and lawn registered 75 degrees At 1 oclock the temperature had dropped 2 degrees At 3 oclock the temperature had dropped to 71 degrees j Geneva Sept Todays Forecast league of nations assembly today overcast toadopted amid enthusiasm the night and Friday probably showj proposal fcr a world wide ers in southeast portion warmer economic conference under the Friday overcast to night and Friday and probably auspices of the league M Loucheur a former French minister of commerce and sponsor desirous of reaching a quick in south portion warmer I of the project warned the agreement Friday in northwest portion j assembly that the task would be and Friday 1 difficult and said the truth must generally fair Kansas City roads muddy Hutchinson roads uddy Frances position stated by Jo seph Caillaur her minister of fl nce was that his country has at forgotten what we owe to fcanerica ior her splendid work to cd victoriously the war and for the generous help our people re ceived from citizens of the Unit ed Secretary Mellon head Of the American debt comiuision de clared he recognized tho influence the present conference may hare on the peace of the world and described the American desire and duty as one in which the direction of settlement that would be fair to all and in the practical test of time M Caillaux spoke briefly ex plaining that the hope of the French was to reach a settlement which would be practicable Inso far as material interests are con cerned but one that would be worthy of the past of the two great H6 said the dis cussions between the two commis sions should go forward in such a way as to fortify peac and help the economic stabilization in the I have come from said M Caillaux intrusted by my government to meet the obliga tions of mv countrv towards the United States High appreciated members of our parliament belonging to KeSefVeS parties chairmen orreporters of the financial and trade commis sions of the upper and lower Weather and Roads 10 a roads mud dy Partly Partly cloudy cloudy cloudy roads muddy Coffeyville unsettled roads muddy roads mud dy Arkansas roads muddy roads soft roads muddy roads muddy Dodge City Clear roads rough sion which it is indicated was prepared to talk over the general situation among its own members The conclusion of the joint session gave the French a test of treat ment by asmall army of Ameri can news photographers M Caillaux took the affair as a mat ter of course and frequently cau tioned members of the commis sion to sit still while the pictures were beins made uot be cpuceaied from the worlds teople that it is impossible for IE to considtr the problem with out the aid of the labor organiza He wanted the aid of all na tions in seeking a solution which he cautioned might not be arhieved for several years Ose oí the most heartily applauded nuints he made was that tariff policies must be examined aside fsom fiscal Representatives of Italy Hol and Belgium and Spain spoke in support of the resolution The assembly also adopted Chinas resolution asking that cue regard for geographical and rther considerations be observed in filling the nonpermanent seats in the league council with a view to Chinas representation there Another resolution adopted de plored Costa Ricas withdrawal from the league of nations and argued reconsideration of her action house have been so kind as to ac company me Like myself these seBtiemea have the greatest de sire to reach a settlement We do not forget and no one in our what we owe to America for her In State Banks Increase of More Than Eleven Mil lions for Three Months Time Omaha Sept income of a month and interest in a estate has not Chris Tlernan 59 to throw over his job of potato peeler in a restaurant here at a week Tiernau returned to the job yesterday after attending the funeral of his father at Lincoln where he learned tha extent of his fortune The elder Tiernan tied up the large estate however in a trust araEgemen wherein Chris and a sister divide tha income on the principal The principal would revert to an orphanage at Lincoln when bath are dead Ticraan asserted yesterday he intends to light to break tho trust provisions to obtain half of the es tate at once THE NEWS Genera Peiains Headquarters Believes AtxlKtKrim WIU Succumb Before Rains FRENCH PREPARE ATTACK Await Zero Hour to Advance in Conjunction With Spaniards in lUg Push Will K 01 Instrument Carries Record of Shenandoah3 Hopeless Bat tle with Storm INTRODUCED IN PROBE Xavai Committee View Trarin Trouble Jiow Blamed Lakehurst N Sept Shenandoah fought t line squall in Ohio on Septemb 2 for at least half an hour befo she broke up the barograph 1 strument record introduced tods before the naval court cf Inqui shows This record establishes that t ship began Its first rapid ascent Caillaiix Asking Advice of Stars French Minister Takes Council with Occult World Before Debt Parley Topeka Sept will everforget j serves in state banks are the larg est since 191S Roy L Boae state splendid work to end victoriously the war and for the generous help our peoplereceived from citizens of the United timer oí Teel safe noliody ion this side ot the Atlantic forgsts the ties knot i ted Between Jtüéend of the eighteenth fc Now if you wish wellgo to work as practica dssiroas tO come to a settlement satisfac tory for all material interests worthy of the past of the two great nations combined in such a way as to fortify peace and help the economic stabilization in the a central time from an altitude of feet an altitude of feet In eig minutes The craft then leveled off b two minutes later at she sh up almost like a rocket from feet to in approximately minutes Her ascent halted at ihisal tuda at a m Thí Shenap doah then fell abruptly S 5 in three minutes bringing an altitude of feet I At this point the larrigra ceased to function consecutively Lt Clinton H Havil wko was in troduced as an expert it wks his judgment that it ceased asa result of theinstrument itself re ceiving a violent bunip or Use tie whole control car in waicli it was located received such a bupip There were blotches on ord made of the sameink in ths barographbut i I day in the French embassy at possible for the officers accurately Washington interpret the blotches Caillaux held a similar conferI Whether the barograph Jpeased with Belle in his Paris office jto function when the contrapear New York Sept The American academy of astrology announces that Joseph Caillaux French finance minister will con with Miss Belle Bart director the academy at 11 oclock to bank commissioner declared to August 20 just before he went to London to see Winston Churchill broke off the ship could not befde termined certain concerning Caiilanxs to record car day commenting on the con about ths to Britain Commander Sidney krause densed quarterly statement as ot i August 20 The today re of servessince June 2 1 per cent of thtVdepbsits which totaled Deposits increased since June 2 but the amount of borrowed motley was reduced Ths deposits grow largely because farmers sold their wheat hut tha demand for loans at the same time The demand for money is very deductions immediate I Mr Bone rltnarsed The Commissioners Want Emporias Streets Marked ter coming the egects the war which so long after its termina tion linger with us The Dawes plan is s forward step towards economic stability in Europe The reconstruction of devastated areas approaches conclusion govern mental expenditures are becoming more regular more certain of tiaiatioa and more possible of be ing met through taxation and budgets approaching equilibrium There still remain however loose ends to be gathered in War and postwar governmental debts in many cases remain unsettled To establish the binding char acter of an international promise and to protect its own citizens the creditor nation must seek adjust ment To keep good its word and to give itself time torecover its prosperity tho debtor nation must determine in future liabilities No concern can successfully be recog nized in thefact of an unfounded demand obligation So we meet here in council as business men to conclude the one matter Tfliich is in controversy between our two We Were glad to receive tho help which France extended to us when we were fighting for our in dependence and we were eager to make some return in Frances great need The war is over we minimize neither the bur has borne nor the dif ficulties which menace her future Through the necessity of recre ating her destroyed productivity through postponement of reim bursement from the destroyer her present fiscal situation has been permitted to become impaired We should make allowance for this condition France now faces iowever all the facts under a strong leadership and with the courage which withstood the as saultat Verdun The condition is not permanent Francs will emerge successfully from her diffi culties We know that this conference opening today may influence great ly the peace of the world We Ourselves cannot escapa its reper cussions We feel therefore the great responsibility resting upon vs it is our duty to reach with you a conclusion in the estima tion of each of our peoples fair in the practical test time workable in the constructive at shows that they have much idle money and are compelled to invest in securities that pay a low rate of City commissioners discussed markers at their meeting week but no action was taken because the commissioners were anticipating a visit from a Cham ber of Commerce delegation with on marking the streets GERMAn WDLL CO1IE Accepts Allies Invitation to Secur ity Pact Conference Berlin Sept cabinet council under the chair man ship President Von Hind enburg today accepted the allies invitation to a security pact con ference on the assumption that the German note of July 20 will be adopted as the basis of the negotiations The German note maintained her right to strive for revision of the peace treaties to meet changed Chancellor Luther and Foreign Minister Stresemann will be the German delegates to the confer ence with Dr Friederich Gauss chief legal eipert of the foreign office as secretary general Both Mayor J E Hawkins and I Commissioner W J Reynolds said they were in favor of street mark ers Commissioner Frank Kennay was not at ths meeting Lakehurst N Sept 2 failure of two of j gines of the Sheaandoah protebly vas a primary cause of the de of the thslopln ion of Col C G Hall army ob server on board during flight as given hers the raval court of inquiry HadÉl of the engines been functioning Hall said it would have been nore probable that tho greatijarehip would not have been drawr into the vortex cf the storm rhicn wrecked her I do not believe jibever that engine power had anythng to do with the situation got MOVIE STAR ENGAGED XEW WHEAT LOW Cereal Strikes Bottom for This Year Chicago Sept every grain pit on the Chicago Doard ot trade new low price rec ords for 1925 were chalked down today Selling on the part of owners was the rale and the can sequent fall in values forced into operation many standing orders to stop losses at various pre arranged limits ITALIAN ARRIVES BUT m Choira Wines and Liquors Were Supplied to Broadway Nightclubs WATCHED FOR 5 MONTHS Final Swoop of Andrews Agents Causes Arrest of 27 Men Ne York Sept 24 What is officially regarded as the biggest Iootleg ring in the country has been smashed after being allowed to oierate five months while a regiment of federal agents ob tained evidence on which they hope to convict 27 men of con spiracy to violate the dry law Haiders of the new dry regime of General Lincoln C Andrews yesterday invaded two office buildings simultaneously in the theatrical district at Times square and Errested 13 men Warrants fcr 11 more remain to be served Thj ring doing business in the guise of a real estate firm oper atod in Canada and Federal the United authorities earned about the ring through Iho seizure of the steamer Nan tisco yS Astoria Long Island last April with 500 cases nf liquor after she come through the coast guard blockade disguised lumber piled on deck Tha ring is said to nave main tiinei purchasing agents in Nova Pcolh leased warehouses in the United States and sold choice to Broadway cafes and habitues OÍL WORKER INJURED Fez French Morocco Sept 24 French troops are awaiting the zero hour for the next big push against the Riffians which it is understood will be from the eastern of the battle uno and in conjunction with the Spaniards whosa progress u the Alhucemas sector is being fol lowed with interest The troops have been well supplied with artillery airplanes and tanks and the arrangements are said to be so perfect that the high command is of the be lief that the operations can con fnue until December notwith standing the rainy season It is said In military circles that AbdElKrim evidently sus pects a big offensive from the eastern wing for he is concen trating more and more of his Torces in the Kifano region By OBrien United News Staff Correspondent Fez Morocco Sept offensive will continue until Abd filKrim is beaten to his knees in his a high French officer told the United News Wednesday With the help of the Span he continued we will be able to accomplish The officer quoted is in a posi tion to know every detail of Mar shal Peiains plans Ordinary iriilitary regulations prevent men tion of his name Previous dispatches from Fez have indicated that the French were reconciled to a winter of waiting before accomplishing the defeat of the Riffians A cable from London Tuesday stated the aelief in authoritative British quarters that tiio war in Morocco is about ended for this year be cause of seasonal rains which are due in midOctober and which will last until next The French spokesman empha sized the importance of the sur render of tribesmen to the j French which in some places is taking place rather slowly owing to the tribesmens fear of RifEian reprisals AbdElKrims emissaries Threaten to slaughter the women and to taen burn foodstuifs and carry if they ftc officer said TVe Jtinch tajrnot threaten of Rifiians than of us We are arming the tribesmen who sub mit to us but only on the con dition that they defend them MlbLARO 1 MNDSAY PIXTsED BENEATH TRACTOR Smpiro Employe nt Madison Is in Condition in Emporia Hospital Mtór J Lindsay ofMsdison Siitnploye ofths JEnel Sttaajjtenicrial County hospital in a érítica condition as the result oían injury in the oil nelds Wednesday afternoon Lindsay wascaught under a tractor when it overturned and it was 30 minI e utesbefore he was extricated An Half a million soldiers would ambulance reached the hospital Ds required to give the tribes Three weeks ago the isb miners thrvateiiril to walk out ior more wages The mine owners to Ihe British government they couldnt afford to pay more So to avert the strike ley ialdwin premier anteed that the govunmeit would pay tbc wage increase rather than have strike Stanley Baldwin Is a boiled conservative and no professional Santa Claus for the poor working man He did this because he had to And ho is payliig an nn ERVOR BLUE mm M Wisconsin Clitef Demands War Crasc in Fiery Lfttcr MONEY FOR ARMIES Insists AnwYicans ShonM Jío Advance Monoy foe War on Mountain Folk 1 Madison Sept Blaine Wiacon this there aro too many a men and íoo few jobs Take a pencil and pajer solve it entered upon with France np ion settlement of the war debt America should demand a halt and setm answer to 10 this ruthless warfare between Bowling Street London the French and Rifiians In Jio jrocco M Cailleui French ilaaaca I minister tanded in America today errpnifnt fimn TODAYS RESULTS XATIOXAIi LEAGUE At Cincinnati Brooklyn 000 0 Cincinnati 020 0 Batteries McGraw and De berry Zlixey and Hargrave At Pittsburgh New York 100 021 1C 0 Plttsb gh 000 000 S 1 Batteries Scott and McMullen Oldham Adams and Goocu AMERICAN LEAGUE First Game At Washington Cleveland OVO 002 000 Washington 100 200 000 Batteries Smith and L Sewell Ruether and Severeid Kuel Second Game 00 13010 Batteries Shaiste and Myatt Ferguson and Ruel At New York Chicago 000 001 100 New 000 000 Batteries Faber Connally and Schalk Shields and Bengough At Philadelphia St 020 000 00 Philadelphia 20000100 Batteries Gastón and Dlxon Harriss and Perkins At Boston Detroit Batteries Dauss Wells and Sassier Ruffiug and Bischoff Portable Mint Fails to Work For New Owner Los seeking ostensión oí time of pay ment of French debt due America and reduction of interest says the telegram A few days ago press dispatches carried the news that France had sent s fleet jot 16 airplanes to fight the Rif iians in Morocco and Franca boasted that each airship dropped two tons of hljh explosives upon tho homes of Moroccans killing defenseless men women and children France is engaged in a com petitive undertaking in building larger armies and navíes nnd ex tending her territories in the ex ploitation of weaker and smaller nations Tho ruthless warfare France is making on the mountain folk of Morocco in the killinc of noncombatants and women and children nothing short ot barbarism Before con versation ara entered upon witbi France on the debt settlement America should demand a halt in this ruthless warfare Before any concessions are made to Franco or any other foreign government America sliouid demand that they cease building larger armies ana navies and cease their warfare oa smaller and weaker peoples To advance the time ot pay ment ol Americas debt owing by France was done in the of Great Britain means that tha American tax payer Is to be bur dened for the benefit of foreign governments in the pursuit war and exploitation In the name of humanity and decency I protest the settlement of foreign debts un til America has assurances that American dollars will not be used tor more war and the murdering j helpiess defenseless women and 1 at oclock As soon as the accident oc curred an Emporia ambulance was called and within two hours Lindsay wns in the hospital He was conscious today but his rSysician says his chances for re covery are not good An exam ination showed five fractures in he pelvis and severe interna in juries His wife and 2yearold complete security We cannot iive the tribes such security be cause we cannot afford Replying to a question as to rtat effect the occupation of Ajdir the Rifiian would have the officer replied It would have an immense morale effect on the tribes in the Riff nut the French objective is net the Riffian capital but the into the vorter of the storn he Daughter and a brother are leader and the disperse 1 11 ic n said Prosecution of jg Concordia Plot bedside merit of his army Meantime it At oclock this afternoon impossible to think of Mr Lindsays condition was we talked reports of in changed creased enemy activity in the of Kifiane The position OIL BID 1XCKEASED Hunt Assures Griffith ÍBtstiga tíon of Conspirac Will 3e rhilHps Company Offers State An Eighth here consists at a central fort and four subsidiary post Two of the latter were repeatedly raided during the jight but the jnifTians were repulsed with Topeka Sept eav losses They now are crc Phillips Petroleum company an j Pnnng tn return to the attack Oklahoma corporation has InÍ Topeka Sept Charles Hunt Concordia awyer is special prosecutakor the jcreased its royalty offer tronithree i state against several persas from thirtyseconds to oneeighth in i Kansas City charged Jem con spiring with Charles of bidding for the lease the islands and bed of the Arkansas to till in Cowley county Announce conferred today with Gbries B ment of the higher bid was made Cnfiith attorney seaerl He by Frank J Ryan secretary assured the attorney genral thai of state Despite suits filed in the the Prosecution of tie alleged Cowley county district court the blight Completed i conspirators will be pjiEed executive council will onen j B ilV utuda of the representatives ot countries who now meet to will come Mr Minister and gentlemen I welcome you here The joint session today was wnpBTtóTCly brief lasting only a little mora than an hour It was followed howorar by a nws Dianl JBlIer Will Wed Mclford Today Kagoshima Japan Sept I Francesco de orously Hollywood engagement of George Melford motion picture director and Diani Miller actress is an nounced The wedding is set for November 25 George j Pinedo the Italian aviator flyin j from Rome to Tokyo today reached the mainland of Japan at Kagoshima arriving from Mapka Korea Farmer Kills 12 Coyotes J S Nadoa who lives near Miller killed 12 coyotes and was Taid bounty for their scalps at the courthouse Wednesday G H Cox of re ceived 75 cents bounty for 15 jackrabbits Povfcr ana Gilbert Parkers new book on sals today at Eckdall Mccartys Opening of Theatrical Season One of the finest comedies of the seasonrtonight at the Teachers ShowOff Dont miss it Ticket board opens at Every play more clearly than on ths field football gridgraph Memorial chapel Saturday Phi llips vs C of Mrs Bertha Pritchard of Madi son was in Emporia Wednesday Son ot His Wright at Eckdall First Highway Robber Sentenced By Texas Law Dallas Texas Sept UN J L Dailey jelly tean ban dit must die in the electric chair for the robbery of Allen Penni man Dallas countys first inflic tion of the death penalty for high way robbery The jury hearing the case which lasted only two days de and shooting of Penniman on the Davies who confess hiring men to slay his serving in the state peniientift CHARGES DISMISED tomorrow Scaring England Conferences Fail To Ruach Agree Already Paying Subsidies as capable of changing a 5 bill to a bill Gilbert D Evans to suchan extent that he gladly paid three strangers for the divlce But it would rot work for me like it did for he mourn fully told police a few hours later and today officers are looking for the trio The bill transforming outfit consists ot Uvo small steel Feathers Nest Widow Geis Paltry Seven ChiliJren Cut Off With Five Million Each New York Sept The will of the late Reginald C who died at liis sum mer homo at 4 was filed there to day It created a trust fund of plates and a few bottles of colored for his two children acid and i worth police estimated and bequeathed tlio residue in the neighborhood of 2D or SOjtimated at more than 000 cents PAOLA WESTERN SPIRIT Pulbjshed Apology Didnt Appease Businesi Man Ottawa Sept 24 Trial of the libel suit of Frank Rushton against B J Sheridan and J W Sheridan publishers of to the widow Mrs Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt William K Tanderuilt thewid ow and James RDeering of New York were named executors Mr Va3rlerbifs first wife was Miss Cathleen Gebliard Neilson daughter of Mrs Frederick Xeil son from whom he was divorced in 1913 By his first wife Mr liad one daughter The Paola Western Spirit began I Cathleen born la If04 She will 5IACYEACH TO JAPAX of Xerv Ambassador Is Announced Stevens m3 Grapes AreReleased I Washington Sept AP After Quesüoníp MacVeach of New York today was appointed ambasasdor to Japan His name has been submitted and has been found ac Wichita Sept Criminal charges Vrank Stevens of Wichita lnd John to Tokyu an R Grapes of cepíabie B London Sept ferences between Premier Bald win and the miners fedsratioa executives yesterday and today over the dispute between the min ers and operators failed to bring an agreement The federation has decided to call a national con ference c miners delegates The situation is described as serious Premier Baldwin is understood to have decided against the min growing out of an ajitonobile ac cident August 2 inTich iliss Clarice Gallagher 19 fciHed were dismissed in city court to day Judge Fred K Hammers said the evidence talkj b stantiale the charges against them For Kent i 30 West 14 TT During the last raining crisis in He is a lawyer of wide Britain which occurred only experience and the son of a former I a iew weeks ago Premier Bald cabmat officer jwn avertea a nationwide strike The ambassadorship has been guaranteeing a subsidy to the vacant since the death several j mine owners to enable them to weeks ago of Edgar A Bancroft continue the existing wage scale of Chicago another nine months The present disagreement arises Masonic oticc fron varying interpretations of meeting of tho Masonic tho settlement made between the l2 Cab ThursJaí Sepierai mincrs and at that time 2 4 p election of oili r i Der UC1 The ShowOfl in The Topeka Journal is praise for The ShowOfi played in Topeka porians will have 15Sl la new presiden A fall attendance should be pres eat J D Graham VicePresident district court here today on change of venue from Miami ruunty Kushton a prominent Tosedaie business man bases his action on an article published Cn The Paoia Western Spirit last June in He seeks actual and puni tive damages Following trial of this a similar action against ths Sheridans for will heard here in which Mrs Harry Scott wife of another Rosedale business man is plain US The alleged libel is based on share equally in the bequest with his second child Gloria born to Mrs Gloria Mor gan Vanderbilt In 1324 Mrs Gloria Morgan Vandsrbilt who was IS years old when sho and Mr Vanrierbüt were married two years aso is the daughter cf Henry Hays Morgan American consul general in Argentina Mexican Minister To Teach at M U the account ot the holdup and I Secretary of Public Instrnction ihooting of Mr Scott who was Swapped for Journalism iliving ntar Louisburg on June 7 Scott said he was driving Mulberry to visit Miss Jluby Austin Kansas City teacher who has since be came his wife and the report in the newsnaper linked together the names of Miss Austin and Mr Rushton member of the Kansas City school board in such manner be objectionable to the Jintlffs they paf in their peti tions The defendants Messrs Síieridan declare thty printed an apolofcy for the objectionable ar fcle in their newspaper CHRISTIANS HOLD BAXQCET fehollcnberfier of Cotncr prcas Congres World Professor Columbia Sept f exchange of professor ship in journalism has been ar ranged between the National uni versity of Mexico and the school ot journalism of the University of Missouri It is said to be the first íxchango professorship be tween Mexico and the United States Dr Jose Manuel PuiCasaur nni secretary of public educatioa of the Mexican republic will rep resent the of Mexico Missouri will send to Mexico Dean WakeWilliam of tne fcliool of Journalism president of pal Speaker Counci Grcvc Sspt L4 largest educational banquet ever by the Christian The lectures in each instance will be in Kngiish Dr Casauran is 1 distinguished journalist author and statesman LEGIOX IS SHORT Church in America in the opin John Reiaer 212 East SSTSIUÍ Want Another Million For En of laymen and ministers pres1 a jsni was held here last night by Wednesday in the Christian Church Missionary 1 dowraent night ot August 12 but pleaded seeing this comedy t not guilty on the grounds that he the Teachers Collegei was temporarily insane at the time of the crime Daileys girl wife became hys terical when the verdict was read His mother fainted and had to be carried from the courtroom The dapper young bandit was as calm j t iij i in eal Wedlesday morning and cold as tha judge himself ab ro affix the eitreme penalty isolutely unmoved when the death wauey admitted the robbery message reached his ears Tickets for The Telephone reservations may made from 5 oclock until 7 by good seats still Mr and Mrs Clydef yfe moved to 702 Neoshóí te working in the yi Bang clothing store Football Gridgraph Metnoriji chanei Phillips vs C of w Indianapolis Sept a million dollars of its goal the American day set out to complete w 000 endowment fund by Ticket board opens j October 5 The proceeds of the Plentv of good tickets at 50 cents and Caps Caps Caps See Snodgrasa S5S cr Peter son 1019 green for new fall caps 1 r funds investment are to care for World war veterans orphans and for disabled veterans society See Phillips vs C of E 02 sri Dancc Wigwam Friday September 25 Cults new 6piece orchestra theyre hot Come and them Admission 50 cents extra women An endowment campaign for j graph chape Satar million dollars was launched j for Christian collages the west Dean J K Shollenbergsof Cot1 Marceliinp permanent wavin ner college was James Bcaurv Saop phons 1455 the principal speaker j Six hundred ard fifty were at j j thí banquet board See the typewriter bargains is Xest years state meeting of Eckdal wiaiov I themissionary society will bo held j adv at Coffeyville Reasons First Football Phillips vs C of Saturday graphic game College adv For rent Office Kia I Electric Power You cart cook better i Emporia Gas
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