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   Derrick (Newspaper) - February 8, 1926, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                0 oo. CITY FOtECAST Siwnv {nlbiMcd clear, MoiHliiY ulKlil i [jniMul) MUM ljy Tui-Hlay Hi-sir f-ata- mil riiucli i liiinirr In Noon HUl'l ro au w THE ORGAN OF OIL OIL ABLISHED IN 167 i. NO. 14 PAGES Oil. C1TV. i MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1926. 14 PAGES THREE PRISONER IN COUNTY JAIL MAKES SUICIDE ATTEMPT CLAH LOCAL MAN SLASHED LOCAL RECTOR TAKES ISSUE WITH DR. EMPRINGHAM WORKNHMS ins THROAT WASHINGTON SOON TO BE SCENE OF WET-DRY FIGHT ONREDUCTION Mike McMahon Alleged to Have Wounded Self With' Dull Knife Blade AIDS GHASTLY ACT BY TEARING AT VEIN Cries of Preioners Attract Church Is On Record Churches WStfOf ENDORSES EMFmCHAM Twnperance Society Man; Deputy Voorhies in Speaks For Himself is Rev. 1 to Avert Act Wadsworth's View -Mahon, of Oil Cily, aged nbou yura who belnR heM tuls In the county jail, n an attempt this afternoon to c mJt In cell, nccor to Deputy K- M. Voorhl. McMaho-n attempted to cm ilstoM with an oH knlfo and then carted to tearing wound he liid rniae In throat with his Other prisoners who coveied ilcMahun trying tu rut his tbroat Deputy j'norlff. -orhio. rruinp: flctlrr: on the iurt of Voorhlet frusimeil M-M3hoi.> t" hlHhlniirlf. Ir. tome manner McMahon hul .ihtalr.ed t-M knife with one hroktn dull bla4e. The fact Lr.ltt dull ami the furth- er fact ihit 'McMihon p'Jl Made ajrsiln-'t lih thront loo r.nJ at a point under jaw bon- itiulteJ In his ntumpt "paJILr? t->   irs-l overpowerM II. Kro-.m who Hi5 Injurim McMahon hid Inflicted uVvn hlmstlf. Tonight .McMuhon comfornMy In his cell tinleas Infection or other com- develop, ruolnbly 111 rtr'ovn- Dr. Ttrown .Deputy How Mc.Mab.uji otMintd thi oM Unllfl U uhlch hw not Several trustt4 rrnonersare r.ow eontiaiLiLy nn puard h1n rell to prevent nny further M- JUlClOe. Lo Sheriff Vflothlei, a local chancier In Oil CUy wh hetn Ln tolls ot the lax I'-rr PROHIBITION IS DISCUSSION TOPIC Chairman Publishes His Reply Change Through o Secretary Bishop Manning and Wayne Detend Ruling of Volstead Act "Llh nitfr.ircn r 1 Iivorii nod Id rat Ion ot the VoUtM-1 V- V. I'cb. I'b-kf rrf t of the Rrr. of Churrh TeMpmArv to orlnc ModlttctikMi nf the trad act. AwxTtlujr that be [M-nLlnc inf-nHjr an liMtiiUiul Mtlinfi I'Kkc "I IMIC ifiMC ii Ihc ilMl the art lim mHlinl tlrtuLlnc jmtnac jf In Dry Law, Is Claim Make Preparation to Pass Tax Measure Thro Senate During Week Voters Ask Modification Is Claim of Head ol Anti Associations SEEK LOWER RATE ON MARCH 15 PAYMENTS Two Main Points Yet To Be Fought Out Before Vote Can Be Taken Baker Raps Pinchot For Ask-1 I ing Attitude of Repub- lican Party ot the Ac m Jill thf "Hit: of nsrt s i :r.tj- HA to nil ijr.drrslitS'Hnj! of the church's IMTHS on ihts iue! lion. As proof of Hie pc-flilon ol Kphcojiil church Ir. America Rev. the I in lor. offered by ihe I'.'.. I'.ev C. Ward, n. V bUHop of th' JfntfM Km. Is central ronicn- which Mai aJor-'-C'I. j .f( churrh anl inon. he chore as "1-v.r 11 it the will of fio'l, Ih-i'. with H iltij1 a rny put (o c j nf fr'ri'h nun." 1 5-t, tlfr 11, If- rpnUe Ir. 3i i lion a L "Mr nas aUractM I on front ol Derrick hrlr Gets Credit rhatrm I lion of I-il'or. As: [ihe ProMlilLlc.n A Ftb. '.Tj ut J Kmi'tinslum the church Temptrrt lTotesur.1 Kpl that the locffiy no or the v Iliihl "Int.. sn fi.onc.CCiO of ihe Vulsti US2.90fl.iKli; 1.11 ;t drlr? l.y t tlni s on "Second Honey- 7 moon as Lengthy Dif- lefences Fade or J nf Ihe he loM the I in nltti Mr. after ihe till- for final Die r> Mr. I'inrhol ln-1 h are due lo c. tomorcoiv n .jc rind present facts to tiro of lie complete failurt [natlnnal prnlill.Jllon .ict -i CAl'T- WILMAM U. STAVTOON I'holo. ly to] ty the City rolice cour lor hfi ient v.iU b9 ihls weik. nf ir.it .Mnlifldl l rahlnc In thf rhurch in Vv Ihr Uliclal rhiirch And at I li Ainer.dir.tnf. A r.ilhrr uttirept I will r.o iHjtiirbnl rainy lK. TV only source of ews the t'uMls p of bclnj to ciut ihe nrlerjland ft, you. "in .the flnl place who U llev. to fur the r.flrrc hurrh or any p.irt ihrreatT Iril became Acqmlnie'I tviih Ur. the coumry r h.id lime. in f.j- birth ,i t In ni havln? no of the rrh'M attitude. .Mannlr.tr tail! ur.-lu lAnce hid Muchiil l In the "11 Li a v i wdsht may atiaoh t- ry volnniiry alling to .iJnpte! by homt o In Nnv Orlrin l.ut C par tins: tin- pfohlMtlo .Inured Ir. (ioil ft on ih.r York Ai Ihe unVtio chin bout (ht "piycholofiol In ihf uf Jan" A. Kllllnun Anne L1. led to re- union and ihtlr preiect. honeymf-on" tt-eanl tht Mra. Still Ihe "man w lo OB In" ihe Inn plvtr, credit rch lo j- It. E ihst no art ton by th< thit lime hJj. Cf Hie ASKS GOVERNMENT FOOD REGULATION Waihlnslo Feb. 7, Wj F clllifn   >wn fr.Hrrnal Iral New A Arn r1- He nl nil Vr.'nv, j trnMln Ihe Mine nfif ch'tn hltii of the In mi. ed by boih of .1 well id thAi hh ftr- r-n the sutijflct ful w h't tauchi rrf PJfl ToU'r 1 for ihe (h-inse In nitntil attliud? thAi ir.-nrlr i ill'on with htr tr their ye.irn of bl'.Ur (til Konkr WM the in for fix nrehH the Anal her "to a o hrtrd of Atlvanreii htr butiker-h.i'bin.l ws and lur LnUnllnnt of ae> 1 Rround Lhat il "was to t nloi inrv'lrrjtlo I in iha: the r- [orme-1 Ioo-5 pr  tir the eiptnlMtlon of Irust pror'Mfs to control the luouacllfln an it rliilrlhutlon of t-iodi and aU Id by-producli (rom j tht tlms It bt held by the fn time when It reaches i placM upon tifclt ot t l [he n h Dr. rrttor had rvhlk Dr. Trnrrlr shir ar.l; but. ittfr counid 1 ijtcMfr) to remain I rfier rtitrftif'] dcr do nrl telleve 1hit Vol- net he llnir, the Saw I'flrB 11 by all (hit can he thit Ml mi-Hfirsllon wiuM practical llon; IK modlfjcilkn U rfe- iced by the friend i l.y SCIENCE FINDS AID TO NATURE Albany, N. T.. J. VP, hu Jilrilen unoth'r mirch 'in mcther nature. The con- front to ilull lUITe rsfrV I! h? fund, no lo In Cote i mnum KlTtTi conftrrA- dialogs nnii.irl.in. ptr ed o r culture work and 11 til [ounditlon tt't other Th" hellev Mr wj'll Inrlswlrr nhtll n i'lflntly btcomcfl pr n of Jin! nl IT incmffc a i DERRICK'S Oil HEWS OKPA6CS7. 11, 12 i thut 1 rtoilly alur I CAT, .is the preil- NoVvork Hate vvhli rciKtrtnt the I'cniuylvniila MiiSNOcond with tli'.- ton cf the rcrcal of p are l n, (Bud) ijtlllman, lietcre Ihc niu- lo lirnn tn The go Mr. IMfci of which aro llvo. lo ronltnl tireueriti irnJ Hie o of v.ilur." Tn appeil tor- 'To the IT. pit ot PINCHOT HAKES ANOTHER EFFORT TO PASS LAWS iKfTt'l Ih-; clerRF of hurrhci In thh country to Join In Tor voluntary action in 'JTport Ihe law. The god ot prohibition, In prtwr.1 GIRL'S BODY FOUND FROZEN IN ICE CAKE I oal i'.rlke. with if dliluThnncft and di order B.I a 1! rit that The Kpl for which .She J hy Or. KmpilnKhim, ol which f In my llhr-irj'. I ijfl Interferdl Kith nefulnew ai i While IlmprlrRham KJS fjfus, he .1 nnmbtr ol IB Tror ipoke of my church- I tried lo net him rdher but the Itorm rahf-1 h1i book, him In Ihe rytn of (he clergy. ill altendlrc A srrA'. ol Ihe ItfrKjutirc In Ath.inj- with him. when ihf WJIllim Brran o( commlttfti. It waj) about thl: ir iihort lima thfl wrr.l to tin Temperance i dMd-nnd-allve rhurch cr- mn I Milan. coneeptloi wan Ih of form-r of mine In Ihc solemnly rayllondl elf rev nT an inr.inl thrlr .Irlnklmr. nirefounfl _ It nt doubi ihit Dr. I room rtl their Itome here put life- In in other Church poddr.' I nnr dMth. AH a dive member, mjscir. roller r A Id Indication were and t-xsM'ter mvmt.tr. to flOl rimllj ln'let-1. nai cnoncli tn j nt Af rrlcl ATtr makf me i 'vnlurtterr spf.ikfr. hrfAtuunt of hl> H 9 my name HAI In ihU in T1, Meilco. Imnil- tonnectlon In the locicty'n tlrti mlon. 'Tcmvfnmr-t.'. '____hrr'Ttt'l they >ii'l hfld pih Irani, firmer rer.Ur the Churcli the nnd one of Ihc ehyrch, dtnounce'! lAttmrnl In of Ihs rhurch In non at SI, wwle, I3.000.0CO.OOO hud t ten Mff'l thf nillin by prohl- h 111 nn. The vilely ot ot New Toric today that 1 lit annual dinner Tuciday t w o u td il a rt x for no4iricatlon of Vohleml Examination Harder Theory; Uentity KM Mot Been Discovered X. Kcb Thi flt n younp worn in nil In A cake I" t' Htorir the> ot the ftel; river lifre. The at Billi nly flothl pot: Elopement Brought to Sodden Ending GKKF MINGS FAMLTHUGEDT suit anfl out (locking. Thjf Ihc wom4ti. >tt ui ntly h.iri been r tody Ihi ntn rlvtr. U ait.i to chop tht frti A f lamination tealftl n Aenth. Corotier Mid- H rtotty w> well hy Ihc that It -IHnrult tell hou- lonjc the jrounR htr) but exprwi In th-i fr two foii Pin Culir. Feh- Thorn.in hU 'There Iff ni Aonl-l In mr mind the roronfr, "thst iroma murdweil And tier hody thton Into She a hm and half tone; I hrr her iraa fra Tuinl. r'ri ot far had torn oft urM IbetR other ci rlenrex nbnut Ihe Indicate riAil irrrlh 25 nnl n- It ot rwMslvanh." the Kovfr- rm.l.Tcri Suture bt lo nf ay be ihr fo who a fhaduu- ot doubt Ihai ifru'want this hw he Mid, He nn.l'! no reel lo orRtnlsatiin of nhkh fpokf In Inter lo Mr. iker. f a M moment ritu.tilnn lufmt tin afscir.bl; th' coining ucrlc. e-i-'ion for Kcl-nirtry IS [Ale thr nn irtually n IV.U.ICU IUI rivnl.tini. In- n 'bill .iiiK bJs iodlfkrulun me tnrous) irAilon tns hlnc up ths an Lncrtnro GERMANY WARNED; BY MUSSOLINI MADE IN SLAYING Speech of Premier Borders en Declaration of War as He Answers Held. n ihe ftmic U 10 the lin lcnrlir tor f thry nil! n tluArltC Industry f1nn lor.'f-hcf Mkr. thrfp rnilf.- 01? (Jr.inito City. wtilc thf; hid -shite en nl t j .ire lo-l (i timt'} Pf hrrn p. The l l.y In thr (limns- New York, Feh, 'crk American wlU tomorrow hit C. HUi. 42. ft the junilcr of Ihe fth'l'mnc 'ic. ot Koim flnR Warrl. only to hH tlitn from hint her niolhtr for the. partnt- ClIRor.l the mother. U hy tft h thrtiitntd annulment ptotMdli H poru that A nurrUpe by Mrs. C.n Illtr. widow of the hotel builder, hid bMn. In drciilitlon for but It wai Filrl rec olitalnt.l from Hill nol 10 to lh unlll IS. RI1t WAN thUine I'e hfime DTI KrMsy he dnd 3II.M The Fovrrnor In his lal whAl hf mmeiT -hnrd-holled to Ccrm.my anil itmnpoV In. h.in] coil !n-1 tlcnlnr rrfpicnce an Held, thf thry were m llielr rtturn Ir- thf home tuen ihtrr- "hlk oceup A th.il the o: .''ilti by mur.hers of ifMit. Hie ir.l "In my n lo collrct money" Hill isM. "the liuarhTi prftnifr nlm railed by invcsHcatlns: the niHhM-imi in hflr. IhMr fcl- j The lo hf Ktbrn- monopoly In hand, and lo linn- tn H.nilhfrn Tyrol, flry ;S. tvlll procrtd alone llnr. R content of under lintl.in by Coroner he of thh romrnnnnr.ilth ,1nnc ot ihf trc-iiy of (Xmairu. .-xcalntl al the en.1. 5 LEWIS LEAVES FOR RAID COAL REGION I where It flin ilxfleTphh. Feb. CT> and comfily tnUvrTstd the I IrfTrta. proildrnl of [lio'ilr.imatlc ot the ptrmlrr. Mine led lirrc t.iJirr nm-rfi LutshlT In re-j In.Trnnltc In Ihe! to Ilif- (Itr nun r.-. al Int of j ni rn.ih-llhe flllrfifil icor.val liy Tilly o( th Hidden From Wife headiiiartcra at Ehr- lon In to dflJ.-tr of stfw btforp the mlnerii 1n vArloiJJi HcttloTtst nf thr; belt. Ftforo ItavlTiR lit union fhttE ftrtd al Ihfl an- cptrator? from tbr j-lriko of ihft "nnvt cncourAKinj I for >lrc. Wsllf oM anil Minrl. Ffh. dpcn! In povrrly rmldl i c( h.tpplrifw yr.'Ur llnlion. TT- y .iTis IJMOfl In llc ITrrr quila hii Hut liili pic bj- MUM .1 iiiPHuniitrl t" Ind ro kn' In. her home V-'r J Tlfith "f   

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