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Derrick (Newspaper) - May 23, 1923, Oil City, Pennsylvania woiu) WIDE on. nwa lefined QnoUtlou THE OIL CITY DERRICK. on, FBODUonoi ORGAN OF OH, WOBLD WIDE On, KIWI AtUsrity AD ou ESTABLISHED JN 1871. NO, 18 PAGES CHL CITY, MORNING, MAY 2J, 1923. 18 PAGES PRICE THREE CEHTS NtW rKUtiKAM UUI BT MAIt ffiYCITIMIUl BRITISH BY nine us m REFINERS RAISE GASOLINE PRICE ,By ANDREW. M, BOWLBT fal thh on Iwai Uw Md todtr are aakW K SOLUTION TO DUDLOCK Sell! Poppies Saturday For Decoration ot Graves of blood rid tlnti Indelibly woven Into of IHi World war, will be aotd en OIL City on faturdax. .That thought of forever up with, the tcarltt tlowom back of of flowers, The blouomi by Oil City and the RU; PROFITS i IlifilFFEKf i Manufacturers Tax Bill Is Put Back on House Cat- lemiar Once More j JLIIULI III 1 1 III nil v HELD FOR KILLINU .IF1NO ley Deaths Come in Battle With Police Surrounding Frank Sage's Chancellor Is Man Comparatively New m Political OF BILLS Antt-Lynchlng and Ludiow Measiires Spends Feverish Day Consulting Variaut Conference Heads. Ttg the, World war will. back oflhs aale, The (real of blcaaarna you will on Saturday many long houn of labor la of Ihe" 'Opt day each week, for lait three has found of the auxiliary, busily In TWO OTHERS WOUNDED; ONE CLOSE TO DEATH Sage Together With Wife Are Indicted Seven Hours After Shooting (Br Aiiociitid pi in Jersey N. May FranJ. Base, alias Miller, anrt a wife, were Indicted lale tort ay. charged with Ihe. munler of Detective Serztant John Black and 1'n-trolraan Ctarneca Weir and with Ihe. wounding of two olher policemen, one of whom En En dying condition In a hospital here. Hudson county crand Jury. called Into Fpe-cUil atsalon by r. K. Swayvs, handed down fJIctmenta peven nfter tht- iboattne, which occurred at home, early this morning when a. squad of policemen! attempted to arrest. Sage on a charge of jobbing ihe Public Service Railway Co. piy misters, etvera] week) aio. The pair may be- placed on trial Monday morning. In fiti-fouai Condition The condition ot Lieutenant Har. ry Ot'i, of the West New York f police, force, w.u critical y wounded In the bailie, with Sajce. took a turn 'for trmfeh and It waa at Ihe Jem? (Jhy hospital, he) Is patient, th it little chance for recovery, placed before the 'ATftBi Jurir'li. li imderstnod wa chiefly on a. statement mad by JJeutehant Otis and on a con ealil to hare been made h Sxge. Ofisv according to the nti blamed both Ihe man ar.d woman for the bu Sage, the police Bay. claims he ,tho Bhootlrs: and that the woma had nolntnp; whatever lo do with It. te.im of the American league about f e'Bht years GRADUATED FROM BUSINESS WORLD Wifl Have Support and Confidence of Commercial and Financial Circles Xiterltttd PrMt-1 Jxmdon, hfaj' Stanley chancellor of the, i the HrUiJh prime minister In mc-eulon lo AnJrew Bonar laving followej the eoruiltutlohal practice and ascertained the t the leaders Ihrouf] he medium of hfa Sum ford ha m, who bad been busy nee Sunday In necessary comulta-one, ihe kins came ID 'town today and without further delay ottered he vacant premiership to Sir. Ualdwln. who accepted, That a man compAtltvely nen- In polUJcs comej to Ihe first sltton In .ihe councils, patting over well-lrled ami accept-ej elaKimen like irarquli Cu nun and the. Karl ot Balfour, Indicates he chatiR? which haa tsken place on Ihe political utiije wUh the 'or the time In the country'o Uitory ot 1-Aber to the position ot his oppoaillon In parliament.. Ot necejsltj the Labor part j- i rot re n'res'ented In the .house of Ords.'iiiilfJFa'lbe of peer ilke JLord JJaldane, 'who has.' preat with tha party, and la' Jo'oV.M upon- U: onvef Ihe I-aber pirty.'iflthlti (he. near, be In poiltlim .loiform a KOTernment, may be .labor a'sllfh In thelo'rJs.-' Ontdoafrd From The new minister, like his predecessor, graduated from trade, alJ, also like ilr. Bonar Law from tlift Iron trade. .Nelirier o Ihe ic moo were trained for pollt clans, hut adopted politics after luccejufut commercial carper.- Th al-n to iome 'fum Urltlsh the M.ite men In ihe past, 'belnc lo ve liirgo extent recruited from lh ranks oT the aristocracy or I This fact Incurea for the preml tha cupport and confldeTice of t! commercial and financial worl which, will be a great asstt for him In accordance with custom. 1! members ot the cabinet now wl iarmally tender Ihelr reilgnatlon and Mr, Baldwin will proceed appoint A new ministry. The ge eral belief Is that for tht mnjt parl the ptf-ttni tntnlilej-4 wll] be reap-polntrd, but this La by GO mranj NOT IN SESSION DURING popptei to be worn on Memorial day and will mark ach contributor to" the rrarea decoration fund. They, too, will-be personal tribute the wearer lo the !aJs who gave theJr all during ndafttr the ccnftJct A charge 'of 10 centa will bi aaked for each flower. Any aum bove thai .amount-will be ON CORPORATIOH 1 EARNINGS iS Proposed to Enact Either Manufacturers or ProfiU i Measures.1 i 1 May i laid out a nenr (AUtUon pro. bill to In- crfiuft Ihe one fallen, placed ma n uffteturera Ux'bill bae-lc'on fhe< 'calendar and rtceJreJ a. MW bill, lax" mewurt. ipaaollnA lax bill WM laat week: but on motion at teprwwi tail Arm-Iron g, the reconsidered 40 to'4T, coiuridwabU de-bale. It thea -went on jwet-pohed calendar.1 from and with recommendatlo n but K wma pu t bacli on the, calendar tonight without it roll on motion of FJj-nn, 151 kV It Mnt buck .wmyi' and tax Mil mat duced by IK-preMfiUHrt Artrjtroct after1' ha-Tlnc1 unaoloioui he voied itsrpend ruto tMr.s March n u the laai day for IntrodacUon.DC bllta, r; PenxnL rflMvare would Us trf half oC per cent on the net Income or earn4nKi ot various during 1913 and 1924: The 4ax would not apply, to any corporations now rwjulrM to pay a tax on under the or 1SS3. KeJlure to to the auditor general as prescribed, .on or before tha last of February In 1324 and 192S-would aubjert ths corporation lo x penalty if ten percent of the- tax additional. Penalilm for refuMl to (rive Information or to p-iy the tax are Representative ArmMrong' wild it was estlmatcxl the- tax would return the itt.ite in revenue for Ihe belnnlum. As Ihe bill would lax many manufacturing corp It Is proposed to en-elthcr the mnnufivctureni or profits lar, together -with the Ra-tollne lax increase. The Wx bill. U s fallirnted, would return 000 for two years. MANY. OTHERS" of British Lausanne, May compro; mlso to Ihe deadlock on tht question' ot Turco-Oreefc reparation! vat found loday At Near Kaat peace conltrenci-. M. iwd o( the l (everlth various leaders, dlscuulng vayx'and ineiris In nn endeavor to ameliorate the Actuation. This afternoon, tired, hut imll-Jne, Venlselot emerged (rom the hotrl elevator. lie was Immediately imrounded by a group o( who desired lo know treca ol affilrs- X younr Tutkbh correspondent the former preniltr It he was optlmlit c or jicsilmlfltlc. 'Tla two' Itnota Vtnlitlfrs replied. "One KJveienta 3Jr, Ontlmtsm lh lo withhold thtlr'of-clal Bpproral. frony educational hatUuUoni "where any. teachln r-fnal ruction ta tlven whfch i ettiablbh k' maleriiUiUe' of lite or which iHiimnW cr'Bttempta In 'Ibe fioal wai'liyrSrx ajralnit laymen; with .'Hr. Br'ja afalnat Mr. Baer In a debate Iha en reached ah 'exchange of oMlltlM. Mr.'iBeer. a banker an nly layman who haa ever held th fflce o( moderator. Is chairman o he .committee on education, wh c tad rejected the Bryan1 reaolutto n ItJ renorl.' .Mr.'Uryan vie chairman of the committee. The artrument reached -persona HIM when Mr. Itaer presenting h resolution, declared Mr. Bryan "a lonest aa he can be but he Is mla taken ,ai he. haa been before." v "I want to object to the Rial nent made by Brother Baer." th Commoner shouted when the a aembly granted him IS minutes reply. "I don't want Democracy tiaed asatnsl tlili cause. I don't want any Republican to appeal to Republican prejudices by referring to my Democratic belief. "I helpeil this nation fid proh Did you. do any more Irolhcr Baer? I mistaken In that Jlsnl? I helped this nation get woman's auffrage, dtd you (to any more lhan 1 and was 1 mis afcrn Ihcn? I want you to know I have been engaged In elsht grea rational reform t in thi iast ;3 TVaa I mistaken In Issues 7" Defeat on the out it ion of evo u Ion followed a day of successes (or Mr. flryan and foMowen In the itsucmblj. .They iron three victor Iti, ihe'flrst when" the delegate udopicd his resolution requcatln every- church, churc! members and the and alu dents of prcibylerlan schools tc Iha pUJpa of total atiatlnence The BJeembly also reiterated Eta policy thai no part of the edu calJonat funds ihall to lo an] school employing on Instructo who In cot a. ChrlitlAR, and VoM to urge atAte ofHtlala lo prohltl attacks, on Ihe Christian reltglo by rtale Ihe house of commons, who hai been asked by Klnp <3e orjre to form i cabinet anil to accept ihe ershlp vacated by Andrew Ho-nar Law, who resigned curing to .ih< AMMUltd the "antl-lVnchinff" bill, rnaklVc In murder nd Liid Loir ..bill, making kid-ipinc or an attempt to kidnap, which reiulta En death. Clrat de-reo murder, wu signed today by iorerjior Pinchot. Stevens, measure provides 130 that any ptrao'n attempU o from an officer a who haa aougtit the protection county becAUie of race Ice for olher caute, upon y a mob ot three 'perBOnj and ynched ihall be cullty of ft felony and subject to a fine of 15.-IQO er five yesri' Imprisonment, but county In which a Ij-nch ns occurs iball be tubject (o -a forfeiture of for thi use, of dependent family or to the state H person put to death hai no dependents. Mothers' Rill -AmenM. Thfr ROvernor ttfjit-l atio the. bill at. Represenlallve VIckerman of Altitheny, arnendlnj the wlftlmeritVcUiatr aMtSfc [eei of under Department of >ub Jc Welfare and- ot trustees .at twice each J'ear. The State Highway department Is authorized to return to the itale bond fund from tha appropriation for itale an6 hrphwaya borrow rfl by tha de-pnrlmtnt for et.it 9 old htfrhwAy conjtructlbn. at IheJIme fundi.fiir this purpose not available under the of n hy Senator Jones, alia lipned by Ihe Ko'rWnor. Other were: Ry amendlns; electlonn lawn having the county ahet ff act us the return board when the Is" a for pr -nary etectlon. Hr Solution of Colloidal Lead Used by Professor TO TREAT MORE CASES New YorV, May An apparent cura for cancer. of a solution of colloidal lead, -which is an enemy of dlicoicd tLKUu..htu ]pen dlacovtred by DelJ, of Liverpool Unlverjitj-, ac cprdlns; to Dr. L. who today on the" President Atjajuiafte, aludjtnR eurrery Dr. U all. proftMor at Grnecotof-haa apenl li jeart In Dr. Houghey, who a< ded that durinr tht- laxt year treated more, ttian Jfl ciae And In nono of thtivo ritd thft dl return. The cure has not mat known to world brcaute of D nell'ji reticence- And hli dralre t treat more raaes before milclDi; known. Han Who Saw Many Lean Years Given Life Meat Ticke May CapU TAtrlrk Itrln? O'lUy eitraordlna ndventurvrrr and man of o eupatloni. who h-is earvtved man can days In hid 62 jean. Ia.tr.3 an era of sit r. For Ihe. Society or last night him rlth goM card which will permit him cat without cost In any one of I organluttlon's ISO roUuratLd New York city. CapiAln U'H.iy ha5 !e AmerlCAn R- C lh% British F. nnd'lM n. M-, flnd the Trench Croli sums m NnJIHUOIS NationalConvention of Party In New Yorlc Ends Xeso. Kitions Increaalns Ihs pay auditors In (Irjt anil necond c au townships from 11 to Ji n day (or each Any employed In the discharge of their duties. By Senator Crafc. two illlr, one containing the. lo codify banking lawa untl 925. and the other glvlnic the Valer Supply commtulon author ty lo sell hultJInRS'or [anils or to cut ncii lombcr rrom landi ac lulced In connivtlon with- th-o ?rmaluntnc 'ICLUSII. or nil m School Lad Drowns Be.ivpr Falls1. May CJftrenee Byerx, 17, member of thin yeir'a craduatlnc and OTIO of thf of Greens-liu.'s high school, vsj. drownd In Beaver river near here today when a canoe he vraa attempting to pul ashore feel of wa-lera. Two companions, both high school itudcnls at CreensburfT, made heroic efforts lo rescue trj, but were prevented by tho depth oT the waler. Profesaonal h-crf, ifarchlng for Ihe body, had -been unsuccessful laic lailay. 4 lloaal convention of the SneEallM party ailJournM this afternoon after adopting n afrles of molu-tlorii. meal Important from Ihe viewpoint of belnc "f coal Th ft resolution proposed aub-itl-luting "collective enterprise and true- public serrJce the aim of mlnldR nperatin Ir.mcvl o. nrlrate gain tha nccumuLitlon of Immer.f? In the powi alon_of the Mine will Inspire a. s-If-rtlfance and a i ft termination to t- prepare! f lake over the management of op (ration of the mints In the event o their nationalization." A resolution cor-si'Irriblj' moll fled from Hi form .13 prMcntn .Monday WAS Urging th Soviet government of RimLi. IS FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER WollsbUrc. Vn 23 verdict of flrst degree murder biati chiefly on testimony of the, fe ndanls tw o chll d re n re turned here late today, ajralnn f Oeorgo Tiarr.ise, altia .Mlkt Zlsnlc for the ot wife at the i home at Ilcechbottom, near r but STarch. fvoucht for Vy autnorl i tin of Pennsylvania for the Alleged murrter At Ifermlnle, r.i.. f morelnnd counly, of a man will a whom hfl quarrelled over deb of tG.SD, nirraRo ihot Ms vclfe tc dtalh, when Bhe threatened to vc.it his If contln E, urd to abuJQ hrr, thi children Ceorce nml tratlflcd, tho only witness callei1 b? 'declared that th wlte'n de.ith Cecil Mar Oc roreign Becretaryjlup Cnrzon W91INOED Cleveland, O., itiy 21. It WhUfleM, kidnapper and allied of ralrolman DcnnU Grlffln csonped In a gun bi'.lTe with JtaiJI ton, police lut niffht, accord Ing lo M. jpeeUl dispctch Cleveland Plain Doter ttom th Wisconsin city today. llcved to have, betn ieveraly woun ded. A woman whao the. Madison aa IhOrlUec. My admitted ahe. U Mar Price, and that her companion w3 was a r ltd. A rotttite bearlns; Ohio llcenta number-Ill, which CArresponda lo tha a ion WMtAeld'a car U In tht poum Ion oC Madlaon correspondent e prtwed iloubl ot the Inclusion and Sir Robert In new cablneL I rvat II Cutton Ixir RotfTt Cecil may be offered li foreign wcrrlamklp. The. Times the (rtal ment lhai Sir llohert hu aecepte< the, post of chancellor o( Ihe. e chequer aa at ani atttiM that at lately Mooday h WM understood lo dlt'ncllned return to ofllce. Sir Rob Ail is Booted Ihe IVilly M Jl eg spying U h untr that he' ha: been offered the- cha -rf tha Women Burn German Poppies; Others Returns Cedar TtApldn, May mado In Cermanr no nl to honor our wtin on KlAnden tlcld, laid Iha wo mtn b( Ihe American Legion Aui Mlary today. They voted Usl nigh to burn 10.040 cloth popplci i public bcnnrej on the mnnklpa utand Friday rlRht, The popr e had been purchased to sell o 'Toppr which faIN on nex Saluraay. 11 wair Alicoverc they were German made. Maion City, Totra, May A emergency for to maX Am lean lltmoriil Da popplf.1 wai Inued today by Mr: F. It, And a shipment ol cloth popples labelled 1 vrun returnid to ft Fot Wayne, Infl., firm. "It would lie an Insult to th men who fought to Ihe Germa m.ide OF PAGES Trvm 1 .4-1; FJiMmial 5 Hanktn'a ratter IV t Xfwa a-a-F on- rare- f PaNfornU Prndvcllon 1 Eart KmtNCkr e Fh-M -r Some Well e Knrtncfcj- OM j PoHyaM Her Pah Radio Xewn ActtTttttl Scrtnl Siory r KtcntV r Tmvrlers1 GiiMc Olher nintutJons arlojled Thai Ihe Unit id govern ment officially record i a th'c rrei ent government of Mexico- Thi ths of. California n't nnc with full cliuen.'hlp Thomas J. Mooney and Warrln K Hillings; that Kaecn ami and their rase itismtae that more than parser, i imlictc under war legislation he and cTeclarln g the action of iknt Harding: anrl "10 oe direct vloTitton of all title precede that (he trim the of CltfcrnSa, M rh Kan, ami Peanrylv.m! ternatlonil MADE HOMELESS IN WEST COAST FIRE fRr frm Drntcfc.) Mexicala, Lower Calif.( 22. Five pergoni are Icnowr lo have Heen burned to death, many more me believed to bar perished And property, valued at more than ww Jeslroytd by ?i fire whkh motion picture cSine exploded in a here ifiis afternoon. The fire was still spreading 8 o'clock tonlgKt and moi< than persona were reported homeless. Calexico. Calif., May Between 40 and 50 wet believed to have been burned to death today in n fire wnk caused damage estimated in Mexicatt, Lowe Pfllifornin, nccordfng to by A. B. Hurdwitk, chic of police of Calexico, Al 8 o'clock Chief Harowkfc two blocks in Ch'matowi hid been destroyed and teemed doomed. Los Angelci, May A special divpatch to the LovAn Timej from Mexictli- California, ton if hi 150 Chinese were after a fire there late today aw tomfchl and properly at Wai dealroyef Practically a IT the corered by inturance, the fl It it him, ha and (Aid: "I never a M'P thetlcal AID ROAOS TO REACH MILE! New. York, May Secrctar Wallace told members of the Atner lean Automobile association at It meeting; (here today-thai by lh eml of Iho.nmmer approximate! ITf.OOD mlha oC roads will been iJtsIgniltd ta n. part of th federal aid highway iVitcnt. 1 May 5, he Mid, all tat three alate. had tentative arnlemc for approva and the lyalema of 3] ilattt fca been formally approved, comprU irijt loial of mllca. the by.ttem U com Mr. Wallace ad.1ed, "on will be able to travel from BD town Of population or grcalc to any clher of ths popuU tlon without leaving an Improvce Haskell On Stand 0 Io Oil Deal Cue v Plains T. H. e Former Governor Charles M. krlt of Oklahoma look atand In his own defensa (od.ty a j trial of the flult by RIcha n IT. ToHn. Sfttr York Invest me I broker, to rteovtr wh! claims ta htm u to mm o irlon in connecllon with Ihe nritot i lion of a deal for purcham fill landH In TexM valaeJ at mo Mr. lixMctll teMlflfl that he partner, Colllna. had told Tob 1 they wouM purehwe- the Ian 1 In question "If the. prodncllon w 1 up' lo claim mtiHt for T production did not coma ap to n hi Hid. and iho pro! dropped. commtaBton dnpltc the. furt i never wu completed, i defandantsi maintained r agreement wan ihai ni -si in paid only In event ina REGISTRATION OF NURSES REQUIREC Ifairliburg. May 33- Te vtnal lenlxht pasMd flnallj- the Barr bll wnlch prorldM (or tht annul refletrfcUon ot The Aleianfler Jolnl commlwlon to.eramln Ifte lai lavri of TennsrlrAnla an other itttM And to appear and nub mil blllt Ihe. IKi vision t carry Into 'effect Ila TTJU alto finally Hepter's Not to Recess May hoci today to tak Ina; af a recws neil week btcaus of Memo tlal day. A retolullon b Reprwentatlve Me Vicar. gnjny, would atJthflrlrtd ip potnlretnt of a Joint o houjV and to 'dLrcuwi th AdvlMlitliir of not mcetinf ntX wcrk Atlx. May tin le Dlslrlct Judge Fred Jacob today reduced the amount of bon to In CM-of Andrtvr llffltr, winted 1 Rutler, on chargei of tmbet flcmtnt and com piracy tavo v u J150.000, Hepler failed t amount. Local author Ulfi have received informttlo that STicrlff Hockenberry, of BHTf counlr. rtnniiylranli, roule tr Weather Two Killed by Train Ktadinir. May Two mi htre tonlrht. They CHr-iif S, liolh rtre from It Ktriifrf Bill Passes today finally the Schan bill which the collecllon o cltr, couQly, school and poor Use by city. treasurers Of third c'.vn. The JlitrlcU from whic taxea are collecled would M the trwturers' lUrlet In propoitlo to tne total amount collected. Ttmptnii t n.m. 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