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   Derrick (Newspaper) - July 15, 1924, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                CITY Feraeatt Tttr Im MMk, t. m XIXM 9 MUtot 67 15 M THK OHOAN OP On, ABUSHED IN 1871. NO. 14 PAGES it CITY, PA.. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 15. 1M STREET PROJECT TO GET STARTED VERY QUICKLY :iTY UKELY NOT TO PROTEST GAS INCREASES KE ILHI1 TO! urui urin Of The Sea Is CINftflS II IIIVIUP orinv Daughter Of WILL ADVERTISE AT ONCE FOR NtW HUD Uf MMfjDRCES lessor to Late nLftlll IU m With Party r. Murphy is Finally Writing Speech of Authorizing Sale of Bonds COMPROMISE BETWEEN VO OPPOSING FACTIONS nmany Hall Votes to Sup-wrt Davis-Bryan Ticket and Democratic r CEREMONY HELD ABOUT JULY SIRS. W. E. HAKNSBFr.CEH. of Aslitanrf, Neb., ol Governor Charles W. of Nebraska, Vice- Presidential Work Pass Third Reading; Will Force Out Any Tenants Holding CREEK SEWER OBLIGATIONS TOO ARE PROVIDED FOR BY CITY Nominee Has Not Announced Plans-Sen. Owen Urges of Oil City's Big Improvement Schemes Expected by Engineer to Be Completed and Functioning Before eiv York. July Tammany i today t-ljosu Crorisa Olvany nil to mect-fd lha lite rlcr ilurpliv and voted ail'l JvJMl fiUppOrl" 10 Ijavjs-ltryun ticket ar.il the revive ,ind far looking fr.riii" tf the dcnio-JC JMflV. he vote for O Irony he-i i: was nMtIa unanimous by the nen and wujncn Teiirtseot.itlve  dirorff to York, July John W. democralie for prffidenl, epenl '.oilay conferrlnc wlih jiarty it A lets from various states ircparatory to writing of acceptance which wll cpcn Mi campaign and rcv-ral Ihe ladles ho will follow, While Ihe nominee has not an-nouriri'il nnj' of plans In detail. It was learned that the notin-ration rmiiK-ny would be held In ClarkMiurfr, W. V.v, Ills A MIOHTV BATTLESHIP-SOW ON WAV TO JUNK PILE. Tkt bMleMp Conrertl-cut. CMC priJe of Aratriean >nd c( "Flshting Bob" Evini In ths eruise o( the in IMS. h Ca in The former prids livo Me Improvement were by the voters at tl widening onA tho Oil rrepk B. to be completed -before OnllMnccn authorizing ther Ad-4 ver Using and sale of bonds 1 ic mandate of the aa 3s for piylnp Elm st. for which e election last tho Rim st. o exrwcteil City Knplr.eer It ow tiles. In Paris Are But Are Eager To Get Hop Across mm MADE 10 GUY HIKERS SIKSIUIITIOII is mmm imlttee of Tannnanr hall after haJ btea tKfiT'.tA li> the irtecnth n. wtsrwjRi by two 3ff his toj-hood. The dale It likely to he about July SS, .Mr. Davis will dnlih regular meeting of council last n ghl, and bids it-Ill be rosate A. Kol-y had been pra.n.1 rtil-f Jar. May, Im-llaltly utter ilurphy's death, acccpttit and then, on the Friday, ihen will cscapo to n small nnd U.tiaUj Iiland off Main rout to frarr.o hts rallying call for thp campalen. FinntT H. Owen, of Oklahoma, amlior P! Ihe federal reserve-act, caltc.l upon Ihe nonilnea today UTEC upon him the Importance currency deflation which, drcord-Inc to Senator Owen. "tiJOke Ihc heart of the wrst." "Thcfr he ihOTTn by Medlll MrCor-mlek rt-Boltillon nt May 30. lij- the rrpuMU-nn p'.ttform of year nnl by- Mr. HarJLng'i of Thry ilerlarril ihrmfHvn Jolcr-mlnr.l to deflate thp currency, nnd wlihln (wo years ami dli-rotints wcrp contracted by 5V4 .llllnn Iho eurrency tf a In Ibn nf the hanh-rutitoj1 i( banV.-  hflil nil voted .'Inco UP tha! wan true. ]lft volctl lhal In HP Mlled ai lo Ctcat Itrlt.iln at al-oiit 1hf of 131S eled on an 1 WiiJi In when the 1313 w.'.i a rpplslered voter In Jx-.cus: Vftltry. hut WAS out of Ihn cilv on rice! Inn dav. Mr Ilivh was sake d today for A definition nf Hbtr.illfim, a lorm In his flrdt statement ftfler his nomination. He replied lhal he would ronccptlon clear diirlnn bin A IKinJcnt niRtrpJtfd thil the meaning nf wonl proprowlvp w.m viRuc an-1 Ihe a man Ihe other dar to a nn-1 nfter he had riiil.ihcd 'You have tol, m" nothing new; you have deflnec ft d m nf r.i 1 Conk 11 tfull. democratic llonal ctnUman, came over fr.m who fppnl Mme time wlrh him were: Norman K. Par former itndT ffcretarv whn rplatlvp of Cli-m Plnvfr. Kidorc nockwreller of Cillfornlv nnd Edmund D MOITP. e.f Ohio-Mr. xrlll Tits public addrrs.n Klnce nnmlnflllor on nlshl when M Vniltv wll hnlrl a reception for Mm In th< rnll. The norolnep. eT P'rlcncfA Tes.il pTeaiVr. t txttmpormicounly iind rtinn of his campfilirn Addreiwei will V of tfiAl weeks. This nil) mako It possible to started on Ihe Elm council ihowed determination last ntjht to irante no more (Lme with occupant! of bulldlnri now on tno land netted for the widening and wilt proceed to the tearing down of such If necessary, In ample time to permit the contractors Retting the award for Ihe Improvement to jo ahead with tho work at onct, The Oil creek .protect has to A jiolnt where ths fiurve-y has been completed and the pHni nre Jn process of prtp.irj-tlon. ATI hut four bulMfnim rtlttato on tho F.Im at. Improvement lard! hive either moved back the requisite 14 feel, or now bclnp moved back, unil council expects no IrouKe In the niovlnj: of three of the fi-ur hulldJnps remalnlnir. Tho of the of the largest lulldlnc. however, did not npiip.ir o he dcftnlfely known hy council hut city fa then loft no doul-t na to y council. John Fahey. S Crorc are., pro-cjted Iho rtamapc occas-Jone-1 hy rnln of June 25 an.l July 11, tn hli property and counrll lo have .1 repetition of damage Ruarde.l us through the (iroiitr Tiiitlcr alley. lie Elre.ttid hf .Id nnt camptaln of Ihc rtornt 01 Juno SS, as that wxi'unuiual. Comptnlnl was then o Norlh, Ft. tcvffr, ami tlnn ordered U wa. stAUd thai tho Oranpc au jiewcr U which Ihti empties Into Is Snide From ihc Pump House sec lion came cam plaint lhat .1 scwci pipe out of the vatrr under c.Mchrs hfe plecM "o down the rrfck nn-1 raiiMs a to lie formol will the rciul[ that hacking un ot th w-ilcr property.-Finally, from Clarion alley, com nlalrt was mflda that flootlci! and council naked U lake lo prevent recurrence Shaftcr called Mtcntlo .0 the fact lhat feT itorrn were iinusii.il and lhat ihey ahowr IhAi ihtro Jiome eondltlnits I 011 City that needed Improving made m rapidly si possible. IJnm ual coiiiJItlotis up defect In ei-Btemn ihat coaia not be Core Men, the city ot OH CHy Ikely noA to cnterrtny formal pro- ngalnac the Increased price -S-M to become Jtilj- ]fi under tariffs filed by United XMural (3aa company with the public service commission, niiparenl .at Ihe meetlnK of council here last when. It was ported by Jlayor Shaffer that accountants employed by the valley towns lo no over books of the company to deter- nilno the physical valuation of -plant had reported that tho ral-uatlon of the cotnpany la under-stated rather than overstated. -Council took no, definite Action, hut decided to wait the return City Solicitor A. Jobsc-n to the city, which return Is expected latter pan of thl.i week. A meeting V.-U1 be held Immediately then. with the attorney lo determine city's attltuJo. Thf maltrr was brouqht council last rcaillity of replies from Franklin. Fharon, Youngsville and K.irreJl to the sent out by Mr. Jobson up-om request of council to determine what these cities would lie. u'llliRj. lo ilo toward In ngalnst tho proposeM Increase from S3 to 65 cents. Then IT.ij'or -ShalTar ma.Ie a report ot the mceilni: of re prosent.i lives hel.i In this city last Friday at which 1 Srad ford 1 )uh Tit usvt lit. Franklin anrl Oil Clly were represented anil at which mcftlnR It wyit decided against any protest. The- also reporteil thai the mrctlnk- hid decided that before any action flionl.l be taken It would lie [trlvl-ublc lo ftnd out what the. accountants hy Ihe Sbeninpo vnllej- lo-nns reported nt to Ihr ih y? Seal valuation of the company's planu. Ssich report hid been made, STayor Plnffor told council he hart l-ecn ,-idvlsed Monday, the hid fourid the valiulfon to do more than claimed hy romrany. Me further said he. had bren mlvlscil that the rtporl lhat It would hardly worth while proleMlnj-. Thf mayor nolnl- j comprotnls-i an ac-i barter, upon whom Ihfl -313-: clileftalii.i Insisted and a man tha an Advocated by so caused Surrogate. -election In Mar, That It i was compromise bHirceri the af Govtrrvor Alfred E. Smith. a appointed Ju.lfre Olvany to the   Ion; tra frr-in the I'.iclllc rnaAl of Aimr can con'Jnrr.t to tb-lr firesf nt rf rlace. n Inane? of r.caily IS 001; In tha lour They not re imln but will prowi .0 or.d llnre, l.f way of the Orkney let-Urn! and f.atnailor (Juehtc. will KO back to tho homeland. profusion Iho tricolor as tar 0.1 csiutil nl l.c and of French were In TcailLncgi Ihruujjhtiul Ihfl thy ti> a-cen.l and accompany (he Amurlr.in avJntors were .Tpr-roachlr.R A mighty shout went up from lha afrdroiTie. tvhfn ivlth their 1'rench esrori 1n perfect they Mllfil over lx> It-iurctl at p. ni and continued coward to circle the Arc tic TVlontiih? and fiilil minutes htcr. S> wrro Hie crowds to we come them that the forreji pf ll.e flclil wns ie k with pcujilo crtfr; ihpy TIP "Chlc.ico" wllh Smith W.IA In the lead t.y the lamllnpi yel." f.lcu-tcnint bu- hli chief, Smith. InTUlred; ''How do we stand In thi- M. Kynic. rtnrler ntctr-lary of the French air ministry cxtfM.M Kranrn'ii welcome and coner.ituUir-4 tho filtrt. to all ot which the Amfiff.i.n.i Ihtfne. mod-cjlly. ralhrr xhyly, were to M away, lo clf-in un Ihf mark-j of Ihrlr vny.tcc. Task is Ended Following Resumption of Diplomatic WORK WAS GAVE UP City, Julr Charles II. lh.i American amhon-wdor Li liturd a nnnounrlnff hla Inten-lon U tfslcn from hli nm rtturnlnj; t-j the United to nj ni the l.asle I lo help ?J. My m Union rrillr cow-nifnccJ yf.ir vzhrn I lo Mfikn of tha American 10 n'jilJ.xli .1 ba.-li for lha of dJplomitlc nfltr -which Central and, "ntcl.il cl.ilmi convtntloru were "Ol cmrw Ihcro irlll be no a: mjr hecium It Ihit I to nt huh for n cnoj under-United Klaus an.) nm to .11 A m M v H ri r w hr n t h .T L ink I thit Ihs work doni and thil .iccnclri cttlzTti of countrifj will H-JC-cec-I fn. thc-lr pirt of lhu ivirV. "1 trtll July II. tf-lsnln? wjth nnd of ST-iUs I tr.ive knowlnc thrt! Sffikn r.nd the I'nlUil 31.KM arc friendly sn 1 cordliT, frttJi pf nptpj dtslrlny Justice Ont Julv lUvIntr rlfteJ in dloblfd tall for and alter two boy C'Jmiiinlont were ilrownfd. roar- old JHrRarc-t roltipsed as found her, halt craxtil IhrtiUBh Wilbur llitiklnx ami RJpar Smith, tho Rlrl out from point list JVMiy 1a a tlijht MltlnR  totm !r. thp drlftlnt: craft, thrn fc-r 71 hours (Irltteil the laV-s. I JIM nlcht the uhlfllrifT frrnunitei! the r.n Coneonl Point. found the girl (here, rroplnc ami ptumMlnj; htr way toward She win recover, U was pneumonia rof; POLICE IN SHOOTING OF ONE ASTERN FIELDS SHOWING BATTLE IS ENDED WHEN 4 ARE Is a Mowed n return of 7 .-cent, on the valuation ruiil th'i company is osklr.? only a 5 ecnl. return on Ihe valuation ft i MM (he estimated of protest ami acalnst the creased rMei Is J-5.C09 to He to the fciet -lhat Ihe company hail at first IB- len.led n. 75-ceni rate. Ihe officials had themselves dfd4t4 lo ask only S3 Kennedy msdfr an (o what effect It wonM htvc to merely file, the promt uH Ihfn If Ihe city decided not U richl the to let U His MM wjx that It m1RM put tW burden of proof on the KT If the protect WAS fllM mttt prelect cxrUin rltrhUi of Ihe city. bat in reply lo his Inquiry It nnstrercri thai the city tM rlfEht to prnifjl nt ft TIT would sAcrlfkce no advantspe br dcliylnc A few days. Commtwloner Smart's tlon to Sclay nnill Mr. returns WIKI ihen Sharon And FrAnklln toniefl" arc lo act on the lonlght. eek of Production Start Off With OM Predominat ing: In West -July Mtlm'r MtCotiry, of the Merlon township poHeo was lorlar ncruwd of having "hot nnJ pTlonslr wonnd-d a brother rr.an, Fcanrls X. Hoy, fsUowlr-r nllfifl iVmon.itratli'n on July 1. At HavtTfird, nudiiTh. Hoy rr--.de acciiMllon, nccArdlr-s to CAP-Tain 1- htfore an Mirvpu1.it Inn of Hritt I'c. r.er'-.-nilated hy wortn-ljr, uhlrh at the time Wfrt fearrd to fatal, John ItiirVTioMT. 11. Ihls Mlf. arrrrtm and Ticl-I in ball ilurlnir ths n.i Ihe "firth ir.sn" in He U wli lo hare hf lo dcmonfl ration "as UrV." and to kr.Oirn nolhlfiff thootlnc ot Roy und MIlTer. BTI-fvlher pnUefmKn whn WAS IfRprl. WiHUm Rsker A prisIotTlce K[ Aril more, t; Ihe ncrnt nnl In a which burnfd. trllh Tr.ttllriRii were di-rtrihuiPd ihrntivhAut Ard today, the mtil The bore no nr H. WAKKNIGHT. Jut? At thfl of ihn wp-'rf or inlr. Tarn'rl-r .'n IMt on (he rctrr fir a fair In thp ntff i! In S'tttrrn'nt ct. tfcfl Wei! Kr.rk Oil A fla In West Vrl-in Do n Jt Co. Tin RA" Tic Ir.Jiin MRd ai a o W. F. Fmfth In Ih i'o illttrlct. f'l.Mi'iflnhU O Nn. 1 J- Sml( up <1 n Thfl r No, i on thU farm h'e In Mrdcllsnrt dl'trlc Injirn Rt N'fl. en Ih n ft; Co-'n No. 7 r.n tf flliam 5mlth firm h i 1 nir tnj-in Mnl ind rprayln tve Tn Southwest dfrtrir 1 PtldbiirRh A Vlrrln t Co.'i int on lha Mtnry He -m hi In ml: Policeman Killed, Another Hart when 2 Men and 2 OirU Face on Vxgt OF PIRATE AHACK X. F. Jutr An Tvhlfh wan klllfii vrrtSahly y tnnlcht fn the anj'M.'rirttf. [n ihf pftflfo'thlil   ordfr tr.Tfrt. A Af The hsKIn Al Sii ijfh f and two is jenrn oM. JflTtOR btfora culmly IN RUINS AS RESULT OF X. R., July Ths re port "t A pirxtlcal nitarft on th  MICA. Tht of Ihe brtn forwarJcil to the I'tenc STILL WOK July Anjnu-ta. 1n the of Ih? ol fteld lay In rulr.n lonkht. the Tlcllm of a tornado that awepl down upon the tlty nlphf Ifavlni: demh and In Iht rtood at one known demand ihree tcore InjnreA. of the Injured rxprdfil to The city, maM of ruins under guard of the military tonlRht. Klmt.ilU buildlnr o Wichita, who nmite ti rnirver rf Ih Atrlcttcn cllr lodiy, eatlmMe. property in the klon nl ll.5flO.OOP. IXtmnp? to the nur rounainic oil dlstrkt, whlcl-wro WM N. J., July Wit the United Stales navy tlirlclhV STicnandcah, 7 lonlpht. was liken tmrn Us hinRi a hnur later jwlng from the nionrltiK when Ihc nhrp plven n tcrt. nllh Ihe dErlglhlc'R con (fort Commander irnvt onlfrft for An en thf Bhlp piled toward Sandy It not hack nl the rt.itlnn 3 o'cTorl; tomPrrc morning In lha nirnnllme wl over ttie Cflurt IH lEHTVCtT FflM EXCLUSIVE Ofl JEWS ON PAGES 10. 11, T. WMIMLI. 1 
                            

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