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   Derrick (Newspaper) - June 24, 1924, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                Yesterday'! Ttmperaturt. it a ESTABLISHED IN I87t. NO. THE OIL CTTY DERRICK. 16 PAGES TIIK (MtOAN OK OIL. oiLururuo Wtathtr fife TMtbri UUHIM, prutoMr IESDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1924, 16 PAGES PRICE THREE COOS CITY STARTS MOVE TO PROTEST GAS MAUGHAN SUCCEEDS __ _ ______ V1V ._, B _ B H- Y. W. C. A. ORGANIZED HERE WITH 450 MEMBERS m mil m MEN m IT THEIR MAUGHAN AND HIS tCIS ON PLIIOIS mm EVE FINDS DARK HORSES HOPEFUL AS A DEADLOCK IS win eras THE flBST STEP Grit Wins and Third City Solicitor of Directors is Elect- Brings Its Co-operation of Other Cities in Will Meet at 11 This Horning, 0. C. Favorites Stil! Claim a Certainty of Winning, Constitution isAdopted and Budget Accepted ARRIVAL AT CRISSY FIELD IS AT COUNCIL HAS OFFICERS PRESENT President and Secretary Each Speak Against High Fuel QUARTERS TO -BE BETTER EQUIPPED' 4uge Crowd Greets Lieutenant as He Comes Down on San Francisco to order t? n'rtock, noon, dajlixlit MitiiK time, by Nilloual Cruilrnun Hull. hy HAJM. Brief Mliln'M Umdlnj; of tbe oftlclai caU of t if ronientloii. rary oMix'tS Ritr) ilkolr riertlon. ot A t irvv In .Seiialor llarrtwin. rlmlrnun 10 hy lUrrtMR. of nnd Prvsciiiatlon Atul JKlotHlon ol rntoluiUuiof In nH'raorr of Wixxlrtiu SESSION IS DUE AT 12 for to Support Wider Activities is to Begin on June 28 One year ft'ffw fioren Hl-Tft' filrls met In the Y. M. C. A. room; yejsterilay few score Girl mft at the Girl Rfl-Bcrvo center; today a permanent T-, VV. C. A. Ii oreanltcd In Oil with a charter membership of 4S? persons and prosprcts of hundredf of jrlrl and woman memfaera ln'th( neir future-. rapid laj demonstrated (hit OH City la In need of a Young Women's Chria-t on asfoclaflon and lut evening it the T. M. C. A. thU need wu mti by 110 girls and womea who voted to orgnnlie, who a board of directors and who adopted a budget of for coming year. Inst .Vovember Mable Krall was summoned lo Oil City to U-fcl up Gin work, or tnvltatlbn. belnp under the name of the of Women's clubs of Oil city. IB a report of her work !aet Krakl itated that (Tg Hl-Trl Qlrl Reserve, luncheons and rrami had been carried out in that time nnd ibat m Younj? Glrli In liutEneM and Inrlualrr meetlnrs ot the nnre nature hail been held and that the need nf a Hrger orsaniia-llon to care for more activities wu felt, J 11 Inllhl meellny Sis he lil when It wn? decided to ffanlzc A iiermanenl T. -W. C, X In Oil City, since that time rM-QUK committees hive been at work making plans that have culminated day evening, j At this Tnet-tlni: the constitution and by-laws nnd acceor-eil. Tlie local orcanliatiun U to ie'p.ittcrne'1 alter Ihe national or-Kanlz.it Ion En pcneral with IS to 24 members on the board of directors and five members on hoard of trustees. Thcae nfflct'n are to elected Cor terms of two anil three ytntf. Jt nrorldti held In Juno. October, and February of year. From ,-v selection of JS candi-thc board of directors was elected: MrF. E. C. Hf.itty. J. Xlisa .Myra Xrt. C. A. Fnnk. E. R. Mr5. Fred U.irah. Mrs. Frank Ilavt, Mrs. C. K. Hlncklrv. .Miss Eleinor Ilowts, .Mrs. K. >r. Jamea. H. H. Lovrrle. Mrs. A. C. Morck. HIM If'lrn Mackenzie. A. T. Peterson. Mrs. ROM Torter. Georce Mrs. John Reid. EUaa-bclh Robinson. E. R. Shepard, Mrs. J. Veach. M1w Wallen. Herbert W. Whlt> ami FT. n. Tounr. Bearer May Come from Outside Score (By The Asioclattd San Fran die o. June Lieu-Tier. completed hit liyllght (llBht from N'ew York to Sin Francisco, when he bnded at Gritty fltlii at p, m. lit ar-tved In Sin Francisco al p. Aj soon aj the plsne levspaper men broke through police 1lnej, hoMLn? bick rowd llnins the field anJ greeted he filer. A fe-.v momenli liter marring and shouting w Kile automobile irens ehrleke 1 la a tcijlum of aarired over the lan-llrsg Geld ini surrounded trie Mauchan do-.vn on field nt tho corner snS Haled ti tho center the field, where he the corner of a sursSnie. wjMiy- eicUed miss of apectatorr. The way was cltartil. however. for jiholoaia nners ta La BIG POWER UNIT OF CLARION'S MAMMOTH PROJECT NOW ON FULL on of the I-itor council anil o( Oil City council liM night entered the HMJ of possible prnUttAma ot the In nleil by the United Natural (its Co.. iKe rubllc comniiAslon. The company luoposes an of from SO centi net to G3 cenls ntl. Acllon of council came after at previous meeting protect tho Incrrnic had received from the Central Lstior council, and After anotbed petition nsklrifr council (o protect the hAd bern rocclvf.l tHM niRhl. the latier relltlc-n fceirlng the ilg-n'aturt-i ot 6Ji 1'rcnlilcnt J. H. nnd Secretary A. A. Schruffor, of Central Lnhor council, spoko briefly In of o( thtir or-EAnlurlon lhat the citj- council tske sct'on toward jirotcitlns the tholr tiilk that council to Instruct the c-lty solicitor. A. H. Job-f-nrij to corrri pond with, Ofnclalf Of Mhtr cities In field XlMteA by Jittf Achfilulc ot rates.wlth a to co-operation In mak'riB a (orjruil protcet before Ihe public service Commission. In orllnir the poaltion of the Ijjbor Mr. Soliatffer said: 1 speak for reprc-fentg all of the> libor r[ the city and of wrtie i.OOO mfmttrs." He ihen .outHneil a held with the council committee nnd nf [he company nnd Mil these h.nl tnl.I Ihe laLor men of mi-ply almr.l it ty the coini'.injr -In the company also Ihoupht thit it w.i i mtUle.l to a 1.1-iRi-r return on Lta plant coniervatlon Is Atsccl itn) rren.1 York. June The national convention will in Mail Is on Square Garden at noon lomorron-. with hli favor-fes tor preildency deadlocked. U chief advjseri In disagreement over' piirly polfclea, anil !la arcklng a leader to sulile out of Lho of their ov.n Indecision. In the vaat arena of Ihe itorled old tmphHhfater, political exptct to He enacted luch itlrrlng live forever in political Jt will be a. battle >oth of men with liuinlshed shield tempered in the radiance ol mfluntlRff flame ol partr Despite the difference pyer pUt-form convention looking to over a> llkfly to turnlsh Jts Kre.Meat and ItB RIOJI serious difficulty. claimi ol !0 n spirant t for presidency been placed before Ihe ilele-Efllca In fevered pre- convention there no-clear [n-d r Alton, ton Ip lit thM ihe convention ii-ould find even In rjch n. fltlj the elandanl beartr it-Ji feeklny. Tn pledged iSrenglh. William U. McAdoo. stands well nhfad' of all of tibi com ptli tors. Oovernor A! Smith, the Idol of Ihe Nciv 1'ork dfmoericy. devtlop-ed ft hicklnE that will put him In second place on thfr opening ballot. IXjvrn ihe line will be ranged a Ions list of whow manascrs to-nlRht were predicting Irluiiiphanllj1 th.it hoth of the leaders be eliminate.! la the end by the bitter r valry between them. Tniay Ihere was a rallrlni; of In ihe cntnpa ol both Smith and McAfloo that kindled cnthujlnsm to a fever heat and kept Ihe hotel rltalrJct of Xew York echoing with the cheors of marching '.Mr. McAdoo. takln? nollce of f flying reports tha eonic of plfilgul to him were rrcpirlnj; to quit Iho fisht after ihe early ballots, tolil a group o hla supporters In rt public iptech that no delejritp had been rent to Iho conventlon'to "betray truM.1 Governor Knilth. sppearinc bffore a crowd ot thousands lo a civic pnrado, was welcomed b> roara ot ftpjilftuie nnd acclaimed by his partisan aa the next prcs Ourlnjf the ilay most o( the slate held to com rare and plan pirt o( Mg itiow. tone ot of. them o( un certainty anJ speculation hut 1 becamt Incrraslnslr npp.irent thn many who will have convenllon votes aro to mnVe acle'c Uona of thelr'owTi nfifr they fulflllevl their Instruction! lo r.isl their b.illoti for thii or that candidate on ihe InlUal roll Campaign Heads Are Strong On Claims But Give No of River Is Turning Generator of June One cf Ihe unlw ot the Clarlnn development near lierrf load today for flril time and a rcjult th: trstrr Iho Clarion rlvYr U noiv tttralm; rnAchJntry which CurnUhlrE the "'luelopment of Ihe watei power nf the Clarion river hai btvn Cf people ycMrrrtay the dam and locked ovr the great work trial has ac-coniptltlK.l thoro the past few monlhr Hunliots of them brought thrlr lunrhei ani the afternoon and evenlnc wntchlnir Hit uverllow Ircm the dain. It from All view-rnlnti or eor.Jilderirss greit die ot tht Etfvcnl ihe dim has cten completely nllfil nnd during wme ot IliU lime tlic (Irr: Rentr--itor hfMi in action. Lul Jt wai nut ur.lll toJay ih.it It was allowrd to produce tloctrJcIty nt Its fui The dam proper lx a hU thine, In fm tha; In can nnly be rc.illzf 1 T-y a to U It rltei to .1 height vt above the (ormcr wnier level ar.vl the Huns nur-.ll Jnwn trv led rock rlvtr bed At a of n to 13 ftf i. work frr-irt 1 0 lo lij ThiadAin Mcked up Ihe water ror m.iry mllvfl. I many jirorrrtleji am! enUrrly i-hiuccil a l-art ft In the vicinity of C In ton. The crt.it of on the or.c J.MC- of (he iKm. the rre.H height of ihe concrctx- work the- oth'r over (rhlrh Maicarai a, Ihe ol the Bn U n irhlch can not man he [orsotten anA a mecca for slfrhUcets. Tottn frtr On U ihe town which T-tci by   irtvt T13 voles to On Ihe nf Riven In Mite cnnvpntldrs ntnl and thf [ircTrrencci 3! thns- who arc (he present Intention of iht, 1.05 v Ii f> vllvl-le their aupport on Enhi.il oil .imoni; a full On that b.iih and In rnun 1 outlnnk A faht rnmewhfre 50 flru b.illat votts. few oth'rx nrp prnrnljdl to (JM'IT-lir F'rrl.; VlTRjrilVfl 31 ti of 1 150. In b'onda to the credit of the iriter donirlmenl nnfl to be Kiurd from time to as in y Is neejfil lor tha hncrove-nin-.is cnntcnuilited at Ihe nl.int. nsJtr.l In reoflmnicnd.itlon Sllh-mlttM to council List tr A H. Fni.irt. Al tli? ititrtf-jtlon o( Mr. (he matter wus left until tho next c.iuncll nicftlne. lo arronl ojiportunilv fur Iht meTn-iicrs In studv Hie niatlfr. PliiilLir nctlon In the fii HUT cf the purchi.ic r.[ a n[ liml nfjr the SI'IKC.I farm hv the dly. Mr. Knurl fxplalneil thil contf mnbttil Inimr-a-Uttlv Moiilil Piitall a of IiO.000 ami that a. cansliler.ilile 'mm n-ouM he rt-fltilrcil to plvc ihr pfople of Oil Cliv "-hit Ihev an supply nf n-.ner .-it ill limes It (he jen-? nf cnunrll th.it whatever the cost, the water plant mint mnilf anil t h llkrlv tho KIUP author -utCoa will he at the nest rtuctlnr. Cooyll on Ihlrl and rfinUnc ihe trt comrldft ihf- vicatlnn of Elm nnd to provide for of at Ihr mfeUnff u-oludlne the nf blib for PiSnilnc Ih- cliv MilMInc. aUppc-l." remarked the cnum-llnien ntitr the Tnr-etlnR In rrtorrlnc lo tlicj-e xvhlch ianKP frnm to 11. (S3. Th! difference was cre.il KFI o c.iu-e eonenl commenl. Only XT re received (he thirl one heinc for Daugherly's Friend Killed Sell Because Nervous Over Liquor OF MONEY In a way." .Mr. I'avls MM. It la golnp tr> ileny Iho use. o[ iho furl in a lot ot people, poor pec pie who tonlrvy have ac.itccly vnough to rr.tci ivoulil to' forejo the of pas can r.ot p.iy the in-'There nho al.le lo tlon a dor of the jioorcr have (o lonk to other fuel In the tuture. hut ihsi no re.i.-ctn fur A prohibitive price the cf.tincll" (oolcn tn illy council represcntilhej of the prnple to carry en thin flsht. jiltilslnf: ot the iho I.ihor council ran -Mr. Davis nunim-irlrel briefly what the necreiiirv hail mM, ami Kresscd Ihe of Hhor In cuch thin and tho Delict of that caiiitnl artiiaUr !n-vf.'IP.J if entlllfd tfi a return. "Kcononiy Is a virtue." raid the lahor prudent, "l-m econr.m) horn c-f pxtorlion Si [ar from being ft virtue." he- iliyor fr. C. Shaffer 1 caution 1n morJnr tn ihe nvitler and pnlr.tfd out 1h.it It neceji-Mrlly hiv  dn Ilkeirljie. Ho to'il PinHh he B-jifrtf-d that h- Toull enforce rnrnt niid leH all he Tht next mornlnc Smith imi found frT the wUhdraa-.M of liquor from honite-1 w.itehQ-Jifs in order to Irirn how ihe Irarn.ictlorjt were oirrjrrl out and ihiM le In A JIM -lion lo itop "urihrr It f'.r him lo accept mnney ftr the ltea.1 nhhlraml nf Liquor, money r craved In Iheie he turnril ovtr to Smith (CnrUJnue4 on EDUCATORSREFUSE TO CHANGE STAND ON SCHOOL SALARY State Council Declare! Right! tn of Teachers in Philadelphia HnrrtihurjE. P.i.. Tht Siate Council of FMurdlon iniliy of ,T r.f In thr> I'hUl-delsmi hlch rrhfmlt. at nrhlch reprrvnlncvet rtf 1.100 tnrheri In OI.I-.1 C n[ ihe Phlh-lelfhln und mem. bo.ird The council fnllnwir.c the hrar-tlon: C "K "Wheresj. thr hoir4> pubtl'1 frducjitloti of school ot the flnt rf ful authorlly ulitlrp FIAUU-I to ralie the Ml.itjr of any Icirht'r or jroup of rejrarrllrm of and on other hand huve full vjthoillr in anr or All of ihe liitimratltnv now hy itAte council of educAthn. "It thi nf eour.. lion ihit tio rhuncn he 'miljVftl thli time In thf regulations pind-principle on which Ih- on S.) on SENATORS, ARE DISCOVERED4 BUT FEAR ATTACK FIELDS SHOWING On paK( ELECTROCUTED IN CENTER COUNTY n-lltlor.lf. jun, >T.lrlln Clf counly, nf klllinc Conlablt Klrarr r. An-thonr nf [wrt wfre, hronpht trt n an-l hU the doiiM. eiectitlon noih men ircre c.ilni they went to Thflr bodlru were not will be hur-.e-l In the pfnllentlary the dcjidTock be pro-ongcd. the convention to take upon Ua own tha rtflporurMHty of picking a f.indlrJarr, rnther thnn continue ImJennllely by following blindly il.e advice of Hate and rrimtirka. devetopmcnln c-iused no chinpe In Ihe cl.iEnm of victory em.innllnir from ol both McAdno flmlth. hut there was no denying ihe growing of optimum among the of the favorite COM who Tor Ihe prwenl rail Into shadow hy ihe towetlnf strength of the two TTie deleiratlon after (lAnce over the as It developed durlnf put tew revered Ihe rtex-lslon ol leaders of the rt.tte and decided unanlmouAl? to pKce tht of Senator Stmufl >l. R.ili-lon. formal Tj- convention, 'There.' wai 'talV- Uter of absnJonlni; the however, when of Ihe frkndt that hli ponltlon troulit be Mm forward At farly a itage In RKht opinion In which Thonm TapgNrt, the Indlsnn sppe.ired to hurrlefl activities paw nn Increase In the IMe Pt aMlon ovrr fnvprlte ions And norreji. and the dtlerale! clven ptrntjr of advice hy ihe worVerji about the plrrnfith anfl the wfAtcnm ol H B ccmprom c.> n W. hrcnme nrffi nf criticism hoth from mme of the MrArloo rtrlinrtM and rome ot sapporttM Governor Smith, -and M MM M broujht Completed Are Larger at Beginning ot Week's bland Legislator! to to. Senate Unleti AMored Safety SAYS WOMEN TEASED HIM AND HE SHOT HELD TO FACE LIQUOR n. s. WAKKNIOHT. VlrclnlA AuJ Ohio made n little filler nhn.rlriK !n the of iht jit iho h-elnnlnir of the irf-ik of WDik. On trrelc. Rher-1'iirc Oil Co. comrietrd Ami rhr.t In srlt. II (net H of Rnhinn-PrichiTd Intl. 71 nn-T In thr nme ih- -mic I'letf.l and nhoi In the i'-erei erlt. 15 th-! dlitTjft. In UVt ?MK'nnv 'I11! U MMS-. Jane Tit 11 Island tUte wnatora. of them accompanied by (Mr vrlves. prpKRce In a al the Hotel Rarllctf light this morning down for a long star, declaring that only a xitlifuctory hy WHllam S. Flywfc. f't Rhode of pfrfOMl would indacc to rttvm home. a lenglhy hnrH hy the party, lit which rtvlewfd the; rtormy tesNon of dating from Janoarr K chirptlrvir Lieut Toupln. democrat, wlih brtniriAff anit the op of thst he nii tncoarared and "hw callcJ lo hh atd a threatevTiiff of the of the community. rtattd the who a quorom of rtnxlt appear thfj Vllted." fwl that iyftt IntrreW of tW ton, T.v, June womnn ivJs find. Another no that will an the Ttcult of fhooilnjr in North Sr rnnlon loilar- The ihontlnp; tool Anthony PaiiKusVat. 31. who WAI nmsted And. acenr.llne tr> ihf po-HCP. hr nhol the leawit him Mary was Vlllfl BF-I-MM. MArfrirct PurrtOTih tiM Ihree bulltt woundi In laid on Af. fidaTit of Ku Held For Dnrakeuneu the of Mr. Waitt-r.-Id nn charfCfM nf rTruTiktnntM and OltJeer Rerd, the f marie an on which A mid was flasnl on the home of Frank FraTirlnco. Chf'tTiut Ivr Couftlr HUM ell If of ycHnwlsh IMuM thf hive Intel "wrne." w.ii. conCn-thf city jaU to tnun rtTMknmtnl r.ji of niimifsclurlr.c. LODGES IN BABY'S TARIFFS ARE PUT ON Find BawJits' Loot St. June of Ihrni on out o! (nm-n hinlw. thosiuM dr p'-'tT'lTlre i-irl f.f thi tl.iwfl.flflo Inrtt Jun- 11 faxt In the f'-und in a sewtr on the north lire J Jl HAH CHARGED WITH KOUnC on July ]A. hive nff-l the rnlon Ilfat Jt Ucht Co. ['irrff-hlnir uprvlre In Ven-nnriBo. limit r Mercer cnumleF, niuncrd rinsdl from five (o Ii 3. Infant of (iffiKf. of Wvomlna. was Tr> ihf of Pfnn-th.it In.lcc.] in (he hrnncrihl tuhe I'.-iilInc (he rtchl lur.c. fillM remove It and whTC Dr. will GIRLS DROWN WHILE TAK1HC FoMnlon. June It. hnTlrvi: slolrr. TtclsUred IrlKr cor.lAlninc In cur-rfncy from ihp L'nIUfl Slates on FohTuarr 1921 ruclln. of HI. Carmtl. ATrpslprt In lh.ll elt7 bv O Mofttr. 1'ntleil KftlMfr unrl ftroaeTit tn lliu rlK I'nltnl rommlvlftiier YaM tlrt ROM htM In IS.dortem-porAry hAll Tor httrlnc slrlv 'inrluilln'u were ilronr-1 fsrly this evfnlne tilhlnji In tho rlvr-r, M'tttd lo-lnjr Ih'Ir lun In TAln tn Ihe Ihlr 1. Hfl'n Yu-hlcMK it. .in-1 TU-'mont. %ll of Spring. DERRICK'S EXCLUSIVE OIL NEWS M PAGES 12, F. Braman .V. V., June John Urtnnrm, aitorn'y ror Mrs. Arn" Stlilrvxn nnd niun-fl Ihe- V.rk Central rallroail. rTled rnJit-rnTy of htari dfecvt at h'l r.ome Attorney Dies Jane Judnon W. l.jon.p. ntfiT't resWrar of the States IreAniiry the MrKInt'r A rim Indira lion -lltd kl Tita Titra M rm   

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