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   Derrick (Newspaper) - May 21, 1923, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                WORLD OIL Be fined QnoUtlosi HE OIL OfV DERRICK. v WOILD 00- WHt OB All Oil m TH nns ID Reorganization, Appropria tion and Adjournment Also to Be Handled FURTHER CHANGES IN STATE CODE ARE MADE Some Members Hope to Re 'store Manufacturers Tax to Calendar AILY PRODUCTION UNITED STATES GROWS Credo pnvlucllon In all Ox oil elds of Hie Elalw, anoril. in reports NUdc M tpetlal crrlck, for "CCk emlcj May .lotallcd lurrx-li ally. uhlcli Is an Inccraic of 463 tem-ls ilally llio lolal lor rtvnllne The J'lllf m iiroaiiclKm for tlw week mini May 13. by (Will, loUemi: OklalioDU KaasflS......'...... TVsas........ I'jsl Cellini I Twas N'urlli Soulli Arkaiual Culf Ctosl California Tolal Tolal prcrlous week Increase of the general ass la" Gas Tax Action ci last week In deteatln th. bills tor a piopciid Increase t ,be lasollne tai and lh. ten cenl. surtai and In dropplos tro Ihe calendar Ihe hill to tai tobacc products ami cheilns sum. tejl in lerlslalure wllh tew lire laialto meaaiirH. As a resnll comb nations are beiflS soujhL ways and means committee repor ed Ihe manufacture fan plans were under dlscu slon tonight by some members make an effort tomorrow miht tha measure placed on 1 calendar deanlle the recommendallon .lib. a view urElnE oi a two mill 1 M combination wllh an 1 isolln. tax .the proposal being jefc reconsideration ol the Eaa 'olll Another plan put forwari an escess profits tax on corpo lions ullh eiemptlon tor public utilities and transportation com- Besides hospital appronrlalionl passed by Ihe house last week the senate has jeneral approprla- lion bill which Ihe house piueil lor law enforcement. The bill was recommitted to the appropriations commlltte with Ihls Hem sllll mUs- Insr and serersl senalori have Indi- cated their Intention ot attempting to have the Item restored when Ihe measure again come. up. Th. hou_. wlll have before H hospital appro- priation bills alriaar passed by Ihe esnale. and branches wilt other appropriation bills tor hi DAMAGE DONE BY HOT SPRINGS, ,rlnEs, Ark., ha. cut th. t.tlmJle ol Its lo.ie. as Ihe hi, allow! Ihe damage dona In tho central carl ol r.crfe. 1-holo. UIET HOT ISFIMBODI Bill Amounts to 313.92 State depart- ment learns In Report ASKED BY U. S. GOVERNMENT Smallest ot Claims for For Property Lost While Prisoner of War mm m ra Generally Accepted That Marquis Curzon Will Be Next Prime Minister. NO ACTON TAKEN BY KING ON RESIGNATION Up to a Late Hour No Min- isters Had Been Sum- moned on Matter. Andrew Bonar Law, lUltifh Pr who resigned his post yes nday Golf, Baseball and Size of Papers Scored TTACKS THEATER GOING 7bt PlMl.) Ind., May 1 lans In -populsr meet day unanimously eadomd a uslon presented by William jryan callns on the sembly ot Ihe church In se, i'ery PreabyltrUn minister, lurch member and the preald .achers and pupils In all ot la (nominations! otal aUtlnence. outlined by the Commoner. that every mlnlittr One Officer, Six Soldiers Die in Fight Additional Troops Are Ordered Into HiUs Where Brigands Are Located DEMANDS ABE OUTLINED May On- Bve Chlnwe of the army kllUfl In a bat.ll. be the ioWkn and the rho holdlnj U mm ot forelsn capthfl la of Sh tht pi hurch nflSeiP, and finally r hureh number. In oitlonal collejti hi would alitt rlth tin prflMtnti. uhy >nd Anally rul the every iiudtnt. Tn rrcwnt Bryan rnotulJon. which h win tomorroiv to ai y, ot which ti a membe M Ih? climAX of a mxu oX Pitt- reports military r Chinin here ti day. lag uriiit bylcrlnn public the commhlfej on fift c anil prohibition The military jovernor Of.Sftin- province ordered 1.190 dltlorial wldters towirJ blUi cia'ritlan ot ttie bandits It I; to withdraw lh- troor If thi ot ibflr The hive mi Ac fal- demsndi on ttii Ting Mil- Will Kill Foreigners if Troops are Not Withdrawn Washington, May iplomnilc corps Pelclnr. ordlng lo aJv.cei lo Ihe Elate Depatlnienl. hsa been notified y Ihe biMlti two tht forefuneii ittll held captive them wilt It ihol tioopl a by Tuenday, The Departmtnt Danced tonight thst from American unran wW bti wnwIUlnK to [or Ihe of tbelr pjlian field iplnit them. bindlbr Included o[ their lecurltf bj WHITFltlO Hill No Morgantown Man So Named Lives There. GIVES NAME OF SOQRE THI May blU of war claims aralnsl to as U has bwn presented to (ho mixed claims conunltalon for The United Sin tea Kovernruent the largest cWmant for laBS.lia.OOrj, thft tn-------, of Iho claim., tiled wllh co mm llio n la tor one dollar. Heading the list ct claims by in- of thtsie growins out o rtnklnis Of the Lucttanta by a pubmarine. The tct mas' be- disposed by tha commtalon. Germany alrcadr having adm! ifA but not !ri definite Work Ik-Bun la October The- sWupemloUA totni In the- procetdtnff" revealed for the BRIGADIER GEJ-ERA Morris. MUit for tho United Stanai _____ tho -Work on Pittsburgh, May ld by the bl John Leonaid W A Instructor ol Many Accom plished Artists of Day Idetermlninir ihe amounffl Oermnny tt.pay has been begun b comoiM. i tort Oriobw and which l at Am- violaUon. Hctnflijr rcion voaon. c nnd baseball. S-iturJay nicht tronpl lowArA Yenchow; ttconA. Ire I iht ilie of t altscke'l by Mr hall, .which teati about 2.300 wai crowded, Runday were de. endert by Dr. II. U Powlhy, of) Xew Torlt. president of the I-oril'i Day ryar olher ihe Lord'i Dar withdrawal TUnujlu mbuib. The ji cblmill. poll" u Benjamin Moore, ot W. but li. belli held 10 Ihw onlvnl ot Clev (ixnd be and Dr. j. May SO- Dr3 Ko (BJ AuceltltS London, 5Iiy Bo-; it law.'lhe prl.nt mlnliier. nil' !i reslsnallo" of Lll litaHh. lie w" un- ble lo present It personally. Thus- ndi hi, brlt! bul ilnlilraUon. and It ends with 1m- ortant and perplfilns probkniM arllcularly Great Britain i rtla- on: with Frame and Ilusija, un- sttled. v The klne will summop one or lha Imlera to [orni a new, jablnet. It i> generally hal Curzon "ill be next premier. The crisis comes upon the sov- ernmcnt In the mld.tol the holldaj. psrltament II dbpersea stidj embers ol the government! are In London. Counlrr Not Two days ago. ihen the reiullj of Mr Konar Law's consultatlonnf with physicians in rarls became, known, this end lorueen. -----prepa at oil (o: t emerltuaoMhe Kdwln'B Hcan commUsloner, ana ur. H- KteMelbach. Tn-ith Jiwt Da> Chicago Musical and fathe York theal ,-Mixiety i-nd regrets over th-p ollifr rUlm 7 told P 'he .ro l-uer lhal nun Inlerwteil them In a [munition to banilij; Ihlrd, and ot Shanti t three i i a T-i bandil chief, to hi torn Render ot thli t Pnl another bandit tea3- 'made chief of start: and rrnaTT ot the Sab- fiat the Bfcretment andT Tar'.ous Ir.itltmlona reported out of Ileprlnti of admlnLstrillo reorgan.iAtlori coda which _ arallable today, ad dll.Qnal which the i finance hid made I document. Ona chang" teavM iht Trorkmen'j fund Instead Of under Jurliltetlnn ot Uie ot labor In- daslry. Rovcriior'i draft of lha codo provMefl. Salary chanfffa were Lleutennnt Ii1- nry from JS.Odfl lo another Hilary of the n'ecretaty ot hlirh ftom 4ia.00'> lo J12.OfiO.And fc-Uiy Ihe cral from to H.MO. commKte. bath and by H. H. McQulllcIn, ot Orange, N. J-, chalr- ust the counieU Mallon WUl Be Might- iest in Europe In 20 Yearn Under Monarcby, the tuv- with a monarchal Rovernmenl ifltr thai of IlfUaln, nccordlng lo phecy made by the German ___-jUto deal in lhat they were t ate properVy. also jijave bli amt XToore. PHUbucgh their Thej- 11 Va.. ri.n.eJ BenUmln lives In MnrpnlTOn clW pollc: pcsl.l sulhorllles declared tonUHt ,hen Inr'ormed Ihll m.n .rrcsltJ near P lltiio rBh reiemWInK John Whlldeld. .llegeil d John sUjer Dennis llrlflln. Cleveland pollcerr.an. :lhst .name y e ,T llulor- of commUler Should Start Dr. McQullxIn declared IhB ob- oC Sunday ihauld aUrt .TI Saturday nSjht and scored Sai- dsy nlfhl theatre :ratori of of the Fabhalh on Saturday night." 'The man or woman who Ifota pat to th? theatre on Falurday night and not eel to bed until I or o'clock broken the I-ord'i y, btc.viiff he or will jet up neil If all. wllh a ,u bU a half huihcl bmkel and in no condUIorv worship All. AtnerEcsn nun and women begin the Ixrd'i 'day on night." bring him to Ihli ilher concluilor.i, the t I of which U belief lhat Udra wlft ngaln will be  oon Ihe commlalon nated, but'It 10 expedited ufch.ciip3MCftl.oii by.Mr. rii oC the most ot the claims In tol ..........by which one decision will the Uir and lo added to ot flmllAr char.irtfr. largcat cHxIm UrteJ In the Mporl Ifl the American Rovcrn- mfnl'a of II5S.5iI.SU.51 ex- of the Army'of occupation In now under nefiom- tton with the allies In Pirta by Blatant Secretary YTadawotth of the Trea-urj-. It la unJerrfcod however Itila Claim will not ptmeJ In U the Paris necoHallons rMU" in Oiher Rovein. (or Dr. Brent nuslcal nrtbrts of o( Ih9 _...; timely dropping" ot a Lrjistji One coriaolatloKvJt.ls. cbpced.il Is that ixmTthRL no onti vlll irlthhold from him accented ofllca j wltli reluctance; leaves Itam.dst md Wftcnw, he also was resets on Ihe part 'of i-e'rer tporwr, 3r Instruc- both supporlecs anJ orponcnls. .....ie of the most accomplish- Mr. Bonar IAW'I urtlrta'tt Ihe preaent day- {taken to the king at Alderatiot Colonel WaterhouM, ihe prime prlrate secrelarr. aiut Sir Frederick Syfaea. hla BOn-In- I They had a lengthy audience wllh by the news of ihe Among siudej t tho greatest o the de- Born In Gcmtnn Rr. born 1SU In Jcnvle-r, Oldenbcig. many, wltero Ms father occupied stfttlon In tho Royal rt In sixlh year hft began Ihe etufly of music, nnd before his 16th hlrthdny. he was BTaduateU vited condition of Mr. Uoimr health. In accepting the premler'a ree- iKnntlon. Ktns Ocorge txvnsscii the deepest regrel. [Vision Is Su.ldrn. mil Morsnntown M hla home. II. I., swliher .xcreury of ilor- nniown association, declared-thelr mombetihlp contains, no iuch name and of Ihe county court showed no ILcenie ai a real broker hail been Iwued lo 11 man by lhat na toJiy. ho havp to the top of T the ihnollTJK IlKpn liandUa kllfnl one FEDERAL RESERVE COUNCIL TO MEET WMalnjton, Nfar reg ular nuarter irHion of Federal ad vlaory eoiintH of thfl Federal Ri nerve lyitem-wlll cor-vena to morrow, whAt El br i as moil ImpcrUr, prosram for dbcuMlon "hat hefn laid betora co'inei H many mor.lha. The to laii two vlll be hind closed Woman's Body Recovered pHuburgh.Miy bcdj- o itrs. Anni Morgan, from her In WhLUVer. p-jburS, Mar' f.om MonoflsahtUilvfr hody dlBCOvfti--1 ttGAtln< flown i ho rlrer the fimllhfleU tfur Ivelnir rerrotM to BONAR LAW'S ILLNESS NOT WAL1GNANL CLA.M I-onrJon, lliy Bon' throat trouble not null Thra Ihi pitll tnenturr eorrejpondenl. can with authority and there every to hope IhAt hte hrAlth win In be restored. It i un6.tr.nooa he will not re- sign hli f Ml In and will Ihus remain a member ot the houjs of cnmmon. any Ufllll iht dlfsolulton of the present par- liament, Hut It definitely de- cided lhat MJ pO'll-tAl career Ji BUTLER OFFICIALS TO BRING BACK HEPLER Sutler. Pa., May Hirvey HGcVenberrr antl Joseph, insert, chief o( Butler police left Sit night rhe-tn'i. Aril. 10 brlni; Andrew U tori Irlil upon thorjis of tonplracrj jnl emletilernent tn he prnmotlrn of lh. Co. .ftd the Cltlier.t snd will conclude In rerlO'l from lo relsn of lerrorlsm which will year. He preillels the commence- ot clrll wirbuween the mon- s antl-monirchlsU or TruisU durlni; mm isiui Rellgiom Tanatlci in Island of Pata in Battle Witt Oonstabnlary The larcpst tnJIritlual rlalina JIOO.COO.OOO br noser McMulHn (or relent one br Wllllim 1. Qulllon. tor oamanes from German I'jomarlne warfare. The. Uiiltanli la fleath of Fred S. Waid Peartion. 100 for lh i'MIlon. death of Mabli Outlined by Weeks .j Rleso. Cillf., May 10 Ins an wet le-l him yessrrday on Ihe nr- i left fo ll Ion dgned Frldiy by or flnchot wer received. tpft.il elTort bi i to b.icV rountr g she a till for at IhB June trrrr. of CO Ii rol with heir? oTia'.lle- Tmj to the people of fulled Stales to the of vdeauste naltonsl "Is remarks were made dinner al club. relary talefl when he at Fort noseeriri.. jiuppcied to protect thfl harbor ot t5an Dlepo. of II men. you to rimemttr, Mi' on ino m-i "md'of ram. near Join ISnlu) HHeil toAiy by n d'Uchn.ent nf InsuUr comtalrtiUrr.1 to a dhpMch recfl.-ed at the office n( Oovcrnor General Leonard W'JJJ1 prophet. nnJ id ft cc.nat.ibu the morgoi. idf i it a 
                            

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