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   Derrick (Newspaper) - May 22, 1923, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                WOKLD WIDE OIL MEWS Accurate and Quotation! THE OIL CITY DERRICK. OIL PHODUOTIOH THK ORGAN OF OH, OIL UTDflXO WORLD WIDE OIL HEWS Eecojniied Authority On ill Oil ESTABLISHED IN 1871. NO. 16 PAGES OIL CiTY, PA., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1923. 16 PAGES PRICE THREE CENTS GREECE READY FOR WAR IF CHALLENGED, ENVOY SAYS SENATE PASSES REORGANIZATION CODE BILL IS HEI Measure Would Eliminate Many Boards and Trans-1 fer Power LEGISLATION FLAYED BY CRAIG OF BEAVER Senator Eyre of Chester Sees Measure as a Step in the Right Direction Harrlsburff, Miy een- ale tonight pawed fir.illy the aS- houie. vole- on the code was 19 for Those oppfj-lng the measure were: Clark. DevcIU. Huffman, Kuti. Lanlu', Leslie, The senate voted on the code after Senators Crals. Beiver and opposition to the mature and alor Eyre, In support ot II. Tha bill la the plan, for the reorganization of the elate government. It would ellm- many and slons anJ transfer their powers and duties to other brace ties of thB governor Ihe fiscal head nt all de- pattjntnli. It for thi ro- cepf the Tn pome. IDilancM they would be affected by tfii Irarjfer of ctrta! authority now vested with to other depart menu and abolish "In; cerlatn of their powrera. [MET 1C TO ACI ON FILLING LEVIATHAN'LEAVES NEWPORT NEWS FOR BOSTON. _, Curifln, llrlllih foreign who Ii mentioned prom- tly BI a successor tO'Arvlrtw ir who resigned from the nlerahlp on Sunday. ThB n attAcktd br Sin ator Craig. Beaver, who iluclirei It "the wickedest piece ot legld Utlon ever presented tn a. leglila tlya body In the state." an oligarchy de- stroys democracy by Its o: central I latj.jn of power." he ed. "I voted two years ivici> toj powers veiteil In thei department of welfare nnd have] repentM of It ertrttr.ct." 'Thl.i me.Tniro give ore man moio poorer than. mjolnt'l by v ruler Jn any ft, will sit at the other trA of the capital after clwtlon nnd declaring cur democracy -it An enl, elect a kin? and him the keys to tin treuury." CaJIcd Rrppcr Bill Senator Leslie, Atlepbinr. In dp- took many poweri from Ihe else-1 lira officers of tht that It a "ripper" uk- i Inj powers And functions auditor geneixl and "The- man r.'jt hive phyilral cnprvrttr ly urdtrUXe the code eiKi jfovernor to perform." lo do all this which Is retired of Wm." Doctor Who Offered New Cure, Asked to Leave INVESTIGATION INVITED Oreenitiurs. Pa.. May Wllhtam P. Nola, of Jeannttte, who earns Into recently when rie read a, piper th.e Wcufmoretail iiedtcat tn which he declared tha puto carbon and calcium had proved lo be effective. In treatment of tuberculosis, today was lo resign as chief of the Kit.lt Tcfc cular Clinic at Gre'nsburg. In Ma letter atV1n? lor the I iCT-illon of Dr. .S'olan, ChatUi Miner. Kale commlsiloner ol King's Arrival, In Return is Thought to Indicate Defi- nite Decision CURZON AND BALDWIN MENTIONED FOR POST London Paper, Virtually Wipes Out Ail Dark Horses in Running London, May klntf will rive In London [Tuesday) according lo Times formation, Ills prompt return Kgetts, The Times thinks, that king 'has already decided'upon lom to Invtla to the- premiership J will extend taa formal >n Immediately. En a double-leaded editorial, ap- rently bfuitd on In (or ma- il Tho Times vliiually out the dark as the ,rl of Lalfour. Lords' Derby Duke of Devonshire, and con- ids that the choice necenarily M between Lord CUnon and Stai y Baldwin, either of whom It fc cis would be wllIinE to ,der the other. Dlicuiilriff the iFvpeciIre el ,d ztferring' to familiar !is to Ihe prime mlnUttr bet rr, liyi tireu on tht :vr factor Jn Ihe. ptrlJimti LUAllon, ejtabllihcd .by Ihe fact at the Labor Party, which U tvo In tU'i ho.uM ill raaVH 'a dennlii dliUnetlOTi L the and the put, 'On account ei the vail nubUdly Flt "jyou hAvo received and as lh% de- partment r.o c( lha of your ftubej-culoill) tml- nent It necOAMry to Aik for roi Dr. Nolan wired h In which ho Ih: -.s wouM welcome n tfiorougTi fa- of treatment. Files Appeal in Will Case PHUbursh. May Mri. Alary Hnjder Drew tnday (lied an lo Ihe atate lupremc court from the rleclslon of Judije Them r, Trlm- who that her father, the William Penn Sr.ydrr. WM 6f mind when cfTortj, In Pessimistic Reporti K 'ranklln WlnoH Well mnM News 1 PcreemoH id QrKXAlloiM 4 fly and Mrr Tah illkn'n iJrlfrt News Social Ffrt.11 Story g f Imcttl rC B Must Pay Taxes Then Sue Latef Il.-Thi Til Rovernm-nl compel I prctt5tlfis; lha Miewmen noJl_hrInB; yjlt If they wa o recover The anprtme principle loflAy In a brouRhl hy the ipverr.mtnt a XI (red of pt7lrif under j uietsed upon him on stocV Mm by IHUware K. T. n Co., Dupnnl ftl frnm rlhtricl court for 'After tdbtinpilibtd record, tht United SUtea rteamshlp leviathan, reconditioned and retdy for the trans-Allan tic lervjce, left her dock Newport Newi for trip lo Boston, for final touches lo her paint She Ii to mil from New Yorlc on July 4th CA hir fint trip ia the new sen'Ice. British to Send Warships to Russian Waters, Claim P. IB. SHOPMEN GIVEN INGRES IBOW SET Three Cents Hourly Given in Chicago and Two Cents Elsewhere NEGOTATING WAGES WITH ROAD CLERKS Samuel Rea Notified to Ap- pear Before Board in Em p [eyes' Case London Paper Says Tour 0 miters and Mine Sweep- en Being Prepared REPORT IB (Br Awoditd Fin) London, May tit In prepress i) Chatham and Portsmouth for the ImrrtedUta des- patch, of light cruljem and ral carding to Dally HtraU. which lflni four cruisers and ttvt peri which haw thui far bee: iled far -Kantian norlhtrn ihjre tt iloe n IniunnaanlabEe not. c objection Co a. premier It la a e'klDg li bounil to Like Into seil- it account. The patty !i ez- to hold a meellns on Wed- esdiy or Thursday at the Car lion ub.to pirty Nader i replace Mr. Bonar Law. Much Is itlll being maintained ancernlnir Mr. Donar Law. who >d3T underwent what Is lo have been a minor optra- on of the threat lo relieve ex pain which he hni recently iperlcnceJ In the throil mtuclei Ie nobody but a few IntI In Xedller- toward the IJar- "jicWlbly enroule to the alack The paper' declarft] that Brit tin Is prepirJnir fcr aomethtni than mere diplomatic ray- are with No confirmation nf The Oilly firald'A regarding tho movement of warships. .has obtained where. The piper hut been in FT an trden ctmplifn In connMr lion f.Hh recent [nights Templar Meet in Pittsburgh ItUborgh. May first of the. xventh annuil concl.ive tha Grand Commande-ry, Templar, cloned lonlghl with nl ceveji dlfTerenl by thfl FJEtiburxh mnndtrles. The principal ae- win PL motor Irlp by vislt- knlRhtu an.1 their Udlis to 5e- wlckley Each IrnJn today brought com- ma ndr ltd from nil sections of the tate, ths Philadelphia command coming In special trains. Upon nrrlvAl each win met by And Accompanied to htlr for ot ritlsburgh conclave regli- trti lonlsht was Thomas U. Hick eclon. ftged 87, n. of St. Alban commtndery, of Phllader ihla. trho has not a con  tonlgM thai wurJeni betn lobbylrg tor Adoption ot Fourth Safe Opened ataburgh, A four was cracked robbtn, vrl ly Curtrtay moinlng enterd Ihr n In IrM down town toilty when tMll netlfltd that than iccurltlet and 1800 In cafti w taken from Ihe of tha gency Trunk And Bag com pan More thin U.SOO tn JeweUy cash was reported taken from t Other Mfn, Reading ian Did eAdlnir. Pa., May Olid en f for more Ihsn 20 ye. mlnent In wattr wcvrki clrcl il'At thts home, litre l after an of MVtral mont to eompltcallom of Until of death ha WAS a director In GltntEtte and Water Co.; nrAmcola Ijind Co.; and Ihft T chstirs Mutual Tire, InVMrav HIPPS MEASURE IS PASSED BY SENATE May bill r Senator Marshall PMpft, of Vrnango maVlnR Insanity A dlrorcr, finally ork of the Chorch to In' Tour Ilftt Hereftfter. Tndlanapollfl, itlon of the hoardj of nftnclti of e church ot iltej Riates was completed todiy Ith Ihe elimination of 12 of IS Ileveifter the work of the church ILL be contained In main dl- foreign mls- ns. board of national mlulons. ird of ChrUtLin education and ie of nilnWerU! relief. Negro citmbcrs of the church on n victory. In principle, when Asjembly went on record to de- Chicago, May pay AmountJngr to about a year have been given en of Ihe Pennsylvania rallr wai learned here today. The ralae [n pay, retroactive lo ay a fleets all ehop emplore .roushout the Pennsylvania eyi The hourly Increase U three In ChLcapo and two cents outside! the city, the higher rale oC Increaeo hera due to higher llvinci costs-computed for ahopmen The new rate will be 76 and T! cents an hour, tha egreement WRI reached with ef its piny orfanlutlon of shopmen. It having Iwo declined to r Railway Kmplorcs' Oe- parfmcnt of the American Federa- tion of lAbor lo represent Its em- ployes.- This act provoked coa- iverar with the Hallroad Labor board which for 'shopmen at U 70 Is 'aiao itSpi: crerkl-and eight handlers and recently, an- nounced an IncreiM to JJOO.OOO a. year for maintenance of way of ttn region. Notified, to Appemr. Ismct L'Aiha, leader of the Turk- Uh deles-iHon at tha conference, who Is'pressing Tur- claims (or reparations against that niay bring on re- umptlon of hostllllej between the wo nations. thai racUl grroupi Iven rtprwentatlon it may be deemed ihouid the four e. pedlent. Chfcapo. May motion of tha Brotherhood of Ilallwar and Steamship Clerhs, freight handlers. txpn nd Btnllon employei, the The auenibly voted today to hold n election Thursday afternoon (6 11 a vacancy on the boinl of trus tn of the general auiembly. The report of Ihe department o! mrch co-npcrallpn and union rovJdlngr for cArrylnj on move- ment toararil union of the rinelpal churches was accepted. Olher acllon taken r Included citation of a com- mittee to conduct n. camraJEn for it addition to endow. unl fund of board of minis- erlAl relief and sustentatlon. Wilt I. )Uyr, president nt the Motion Prodvjceri and if America, li dialed for the chair- manship of this drive. William Jennings Hrran Is ex- pected to be the center of Interest tomorrow's Bewlon. In the morning, tht .'committee n bills and ovnturci f.t o.present Its repori on Ihe .over- ures allacklng the reached by Ihe Btv. Harry Kmer. on Fwdlck. In" the pulpit of Ihe "Irst Prenbyleriiin church ot New fork. Mr. Hrpin, a Teatler of the n-ho lotlit on i al Interpretation of. ihe'nibTe and particularly the doctrine of lh> virgin birth of Christ, tt looked lo the dorrunJ for a clear cut inci.iUon of liberallrm and llanalldn In the pulpit. UaLlWAy Labor Board today nollfled Samuel 'Era, prf.aU dent of Ihe syrtem to appear ns a rrltness May 2S In a e flidl by Union. Tho Union Ja ing Iho board lo compel (he cur- rier to hold a second employes' rep resentatlon. ballollnR as previously orJereil by Iho board. Rea was siven Ihe al- ernative of appearlna; VDluntnrll; r bflnc iruhpoenaed. The ftnl election of .''-e Pennsyl nta emptoyts was declarrd void by the boarJ, which r a lh< union's contention ballotlni trai confined tolely lo candtdatt repesenllci; Ihe clerks company' is Represent a Uvt 3 of the Clerk' Union today toH the board or er lo hold tho ba! otlnp. N'o reprtwntMIve appearti fc he carrier, Ih8 I'ennsytvanla seni] word that It ool company Dili MS Concerm Earnings Prior to 1913. REVOKE RECENT RULING (Dr Ttt Washington, May y today aiked the attorney general 0 decide whether a corporation must pay Income tax on dlrlJcnda dlslribuled from Iho irplu: Debt Settlement Signing Is Wear rtihlRBton. ac- tual ilgnlng ol the Anjlo-AnitrlcAn debt Mtleme'nt appeared to be ;esr as Ihe' re'suU ,of A meti- ng of American.   one cent of Indemnity brought Increased etmlsm in confcrfnce circles. The Greek foreign minister nled [hut had come to In a bellic9se us provocations which would rea- sonably Justify her In reopening he war with Turkey, ulie-had IB- lorcd them all bccauao she waa ilncerely desirous ot peace. The seizure by the Turks of llio Imnoverlshed refugees' funds In Ihe .banks of ConaUntlnoplc con tlnucd the foreign minister, and Ihe abominable ircalrnent of Greek prisoners of war recently airlveil from Asia 5IInor. constituted aucli provoeatLoi The Greeks d ec I B d tod-iy, according to official nUlcmenl, which added that the conference to Ihe Depart- ment of Justice WAV made necf's- Mty by the highly technical char- acter of the questions Involved nml further, tecaujc She department's tutinK vlll itictl as the one be made under .the section of e l.vtr covering iuch' Income tax FIYEDLLEPDI FranVlin. O. May mem- bers of Ihe hotsithoM of Bert Wll- lams mtt Inrtant death And an- clher man wan probably fatally In- i today at Carlisle, tiro L of when A Balti- more and Ohio {Mmnger train Into a. truck which wa Ihftt Iho d re net of amounted lAtpely lo views ehcJce Opinion ii to i TO MAKE REDUCTION IN LABOR DEPARTMENT lUrrlthuTfr, MAT rere rent to of btiruui o the Halo Departinent of ani by Commluoner Mttker loday five em be called In conference an< Informed "that It ts nectioaty lo dlspenM with the. of a lurgt number tt employes of the depart men I and naturally mot and tflleknt will re Itlnrt In the ftervlce." Therft an about 464 Tfea tetter polnled out (hfcl Ih cut (or rie partment durlni; ihe Iwo j riecruary a correnpon redvcilon ot i cTri at Lausanne In January for the comptiIsory exchange of popu- lations, with the dUtinct that'll should be Inoperative he- fore May 1, yet Iho TurH3 have sent an additional military, thousand of lefugers since Ihe signature con- vention. In gross, violation tot lla Krms. The BS well as Greece, hftd protested, but Tur- ku1 etlll another boatload of S.OOO. The latest provccatlon, BC cording lo M. was the atradv dltpalch of Turkish troops Into eastern Thrace-, violating thu udacits arroCstlce. Xot PcfcatH. With reference to poaf.lble war, the foreign minister salil; 'Turkey seems lo feel 'thai was beaten.In the war arM therefore owes An indemnity. But Ihla la a grave error, .is Grewo beaten in b-iltle In Ashx and hostilities were vusr pcridol by an armisllce Greece li trylnt; to transform Into n pence, nut If thi Turks prflpoM lo resume iho war to obwin an In- demnity Oieece tkM challenge. "Wy government to retire from the confercnct next Wcdnwday or Thursday, when IhS Indemnity question comes up, In   I drirer of the track, bronchi to 1 here; Intemil tnjartei. fo die. Solen Kindred, id. A to ac- cept posllVftn." Alexandrls repeated that the. it eoBtontlon that Turkey and Ortece ihould matuilly rcnaanrc reraritfons AS Ihe only possible tecond month of the conftreace will open tomorrow In a troubled, atmosphere, with none of Ihe great Killed. icatied d cat. Iwa women three chil- ren were WAlM en A eofa on th of truck, which was loAd d with fainlturt. Corning, X. T-, May n. Rank, of Jtnty ral'roid frrrman was killed hert today when looting whin attemrlim to board a train. Find Body m River Plilsliiirgh, May Tho body it ir. Johnsion, of Kecsport, a motorman. tor the West Pennsylvania Co., mlsslr-e since May 12, WAS found In the Mo- nonpihcla river. Rclfttlvn S lo Ihe that rnet fe.nl plAy oriTfrtA. Investigation Jt.m.   

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