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   Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 12, 1925, Brownwood, Texas                                I I EIGHT PAGES TODAY ULLETIN MARCH 1925 126 LEAGUES DISARMAMENT PUN FAILS p Ml SEIU N IE TIOE PRESIDENT HAZED FOR RECENT ABSENCE DCBINO VOTE OX WARREN w ress Vice President Dawes got another dose of hazing in the Senate today and outwardly took it Still smarting over its attack on rules and offended because he had not returned to tire Chamber on in auguration the Vice Presidents fatal absence on Tuesday when Warren nomination was lost be cause he wasnt there to break the tie vote was too good an opportun ity to be Senator Norris of Nebraska read to the Senate a a parody on Sheridans but instead or Sheridan riding to save the at a taxicab with the Vice President inside was break ing the speed limit to the capital in the futila dash to save the nom ination of Warren to be Attor ney Halfsuppressed laughter among Senators punctu ated the but through it the Vice President sat smiling and at the conclusion arose and returned the compliment to Senator saving The chair cannot refrain from expressing his appreciation of the delicate tribute submitted by the Senator from Senator Virginia joined in theihazing party oy read ing editoial on WARREN TOBE RESUBMITTED HOTFICHTnOH EMINENT DMIIIN FOR iTRUGTION SPURS liy A modalen 1rist March President Coolidee threw down the gauntlet to his opponents in th Senate today by again submitting the nomination or Charles War reii to be attorney a Mon said today he questioned the legality of again bringing the War nomination to tlie Hi predicted that the Democrats would vole solidly against confirmatioi and said he was prepared to con tinue his light against it on the nomination of Charles Beeclier Warren to be Attorney General will be resubmitted to the Senate today by President Cool id After a conference with War who had been summoned from Detroit after his name failed of confirmation by a single the President decided to fight out the issue and give Republican Senate leaders another opportunity to try for Senator Butler of a close personal friend of the Pres was present at the White House conference and said he be lieved the necessary votes for con firmation could be W TALKS IB8IIT IT mm DINNER ILL TED INTERNATIONAL SPY HAS IlKKX MISSINK FOR SIX Hit Irrti NEW March New York American says today that it has learned Armgaard Karl whose exploits as an international won him wide has been missing since last August when he took a trip U Louis to gather information con jierning an alleged plot to restore to amend the amnesty so that lhe Hohrnaillcrns to the throne of FINAL VOTE ON JTEASUtE IS DELAYED WHO CALLED IT IX THE By Press movu it shall not vindicate or act as a justification of any acts heretofore committed by an im peached was made today when the bill came up for final passage in the The amendment was offered by Representative Purdue of Gilmer and immediately Represen tative Ruben Loftin of The American tha of Graves have placed the cast in the hands of a private detective agf which has reason to that lie may have mel with foil Investigation by this the American revealed tint Graves had discovered a plot uuueu ijoiun 01 floor manager of the proponents of raised the point of h l Prince upon the throie Speaker SaXterwhite announced he would pass the point of order to the House for but Loftin withdrew his point of and moved to table the Even the consideration of th bill was for just as Purdue prepared to speak in de upon rrrilirtdl days before his disappear Craves is said iiridictod President Kbert ol German would die within a periuc of eight last President Kuerts death ovciirr fcnse of his he was I February 2S well within ih interrupted for a Legislative period mentioned in tins preuii session to hear CANCER VICTIM VAT SKX Outstanding leader of modern who died at Peking Donne i c I OCtTPIKD ILACE OF SEME l POLITICAL LIFE OK MODERN national president of the Auxiliary Graves also is declared in have asserted that tlitre were pow erful working auong in the United Slates both in favor of the I royalist coup and against it in Ivor ol the He himself said tii have decided to aid tlnj j LoM His The American says tliat ADepartment of Justice operative I knew DI Craves disappearance but Ins his trail at a railroad station in New York frum which In was abuut to leave for of the American THIRDY0JJTH SENTENCED IN BAM ROBBERY Imnriafrtl Prrfg WICHITA Marcli March Sun Yai upon whose head the Manchu Dynasty fixed a price of when Sun was campaigning foi a republic in died here to day from cancer of the Ik was 63 years Called Chinas Man of Destiny by Sun was identified with almost every phase of publu life in his He was tirsi president of the republic created in and in recent years he had maintained an styl ed the Southern Government of Chi at In his declining years he gov ernment at Sun wat stricken when he arrived here latf in January as n delegate o a con ference having for its purpose th unification of Surrounded by At his death bed Sun was by members of his family and several leaders in tlu Sun Yat Sen who were at tracted to Peking by the approach ing death of their I want to be embalmed like my OFFERED BY Russian TO SHOW TR OF LIKERTV ASSESSMENT COUZENSTAX IS PREPARED said Sun just before he died He asked also that he be buried fv Aftorinled Irrtt where he first served as CHEYEXNF Wvo TU sent to Rocke Hospital for Or of the bank accounts orders have been cabled to Moscow Albert former secretary of for a casket similar to that used the were offered a parr of the court annals of the Teapot j Dome for the burial of Lenine Washington Few if any past or case before Federal Judge have known more ups Blake Kerjncdy here who more victories and reserved his ruling as to their adinore loyalty or more treachery mistribility jthan Sun Yat the lirst pro visional president oT fre liy Mar Treasury has prepared for delivery to Senator Conzens of Michigan tomorrow a notice of an arbitrary assessment on profits alleged to have been made by him int the sale of his minority holdings of stock in the Ford Company in While the computation of the as sessment is practically it is the intention of the Treasury to withhold it for one day togive the Michigan who is chair man of the special committee in vestigating the Internal Revenue Bureau an opportunity to sign a waiver of the statute of limitations if he so The Treasury sent to the Sena tor Monday a copy of a memoran dum from a private source outside of the Treasury purporting to show that profits he had made on the sale of the stock to Henry Ford had been underassessed and that be tween and still was dueithe At the same time Senator Cotiz ens declaredin the Senate an at tempt was being made to discip line him for his activities in in vestigating affairs of the Revenue I S PHOT ED EXPIVMED THAT PURPOSES AWE SATISFACTORY BUT METHODS ARE Ot if Preai to a rhamber of closely parked that there was scarcely breathing Austen British Secretary for Foreign de livered his long heralded discourse on the Geneva protocol for security and disarmament before the Coun cil of the League of Nations One ot most important fea tures if the which outlin ed the British objections to tha was added at the last min It was that telegraphic com municatioii with the British do minions showed that Canada New the Union of of the views of the Irish The statute of which Free Senator Couzens has declined to runs from andl the Treasury leelared it was faced ter enPhasizing the sympathy tllat throughout the Brit made Empire with any effort to Im e with obtaining a waiver or the plying of an made ari to the tisiuiiui president OL ire The figures or the kept called the Father of the with the First National Bank of j Republic and often referred to a Kl were offered by the George Washington of thi 1 SXAPIV PROGRAM ENLIVENED third of a trio Bi SONGS AND SHORT TALKS I Wichita Falls youths involved PRESENTED TOAT non THAT manager of the Walk jerSmilh the princi jpal speaker at the Kiwanis lunch AMIIuon today at the noon luncUon in the Mulberry Room of the South ern Early made a very Prfss March of Texas would be granted right of eminent domain for the construc tion of spur tracks by the Fairchi interesting talk on The Value of Factories to A good ent at the luncheon I today and much enthusiasm wat shown by the Campbell Wray of Coinpanv A bill which passed the House today th inlaltrv a short and goes back to the Senate for talk to the concurreuce in House canipaigu 01 company UH passed on and endorsed the the robbery of ihe Loving Bank on November cute plea 01 guilty in two in State at am District Attorney Allred recom mended a liveyear term in each John Reid is now serving 2S Graves was interned at Fort eminent in an aitemot to prov that Liberty BonOM were exchanged between Secretary Fall and Henry head of the Mammoth Oil which was given the lease on the Teapot Dome Nava OgMhorpo by the gov during ihe World Hi has Ivvo books exposing th j of the Germanspy systei land is said to have once been se of the German secret j Far The years for robbery and Lewi Tilfchman has sentenced lo terms aggregating 17 INEWS FLASHES Oil The testimony regarding the TKIBITE TO Wade of Terrell Dr H Lobstcin Dr i JjUUOIJJlI LJl and others to require the railroads w R Salulerson were appointed K o the necessity for a spur of in track when applying for Betting new and also limiting the exer cise erf the right for public Uoe ou the Tom Posey sang Ham Heaiiei or for tion or Wheeler Trial is Set for Hearing By Trial Justice By Attociated Prett GREAT March 12 case of the United States against Senator Burton Wheeler charged in grand jury indictment with having wood his visit Vo Brown eniploymenl in a matter in which wood had been called off until las he his Ford coupe a night jor two I Another enjoyable song was giv en by Master son of and Carl He was ac companied by Miss Laura Steflins Edgar chairman ol the InterClub Boys an nqunced that on account of Frank Gamel having dates filled unli the month of May when the of convention was scheduled to meet here along with the commence ment sxercises ot the three Erown tne United States held interest af ter his election as United States was set down by Judge C today for trial in the United Spates Court here April WAJfT EARLY liy Attorjatfd March ate meeting today to adopt a policy to be followed in the special session of that to press for an early vote on the Isle of Pines Treaty and to in sist on making the world court question a special order early in the next MAV HESOTE Jiii March Gutzon formerly direct ing sculptor of the Stone Mountain arly next pastor of the First Methodist made short talk on the concert ot Stanley one of tlie best known pipe organists in the which was to be presented at the First Methodist church on March John president of tin First National has been elect fid district trustee to sticcecd Adju tant General Mark who re signed upon taking up his dutiCF for the state at CARTOONIST liy JtiiorlateilPrfts Wilbur widely known throughout tlie West as a cartoonist and died here today after a he was attached to the staff of the Denver Confederate today ansllort lllnpss For manv VPars nounced he would confer tonight or tomorrow with a committee from Atlanta with a view to arranging a resumption of work on the monu IHE WEATHER Texas Tonight and Fri partly cloudy to cloudy probably showers in south por Jffest Texas Tonight and partly Oklahoma Tonight and Pri day generally TODAY IN WASHINGTON J Senate convenes at contin uing debate on Isle of Pines I American Congress on Internal Medicine continues clinics and general I Charles Warren of whose nomination to be Attorney General wan rejected by Ih5 Sen arrives for conference with President IIII Prfnn March to the memory of General Joseph soldierstatesman suiil by Representative Edward Almon of at Ihe un veiling today in Statuary Hall in the capiiol of a bronze statue ol the great cavalry XEW Hciiry Miss Gloria duaehter the Ijitr Gennre enve liirtli o a daiiirhter it i loral hositltal known as a Avrlter hiiior Ical died at here banks records then The question or admissability of Falls bank account rose when cashier of First tiona Bank of El Texas was called to the Under di rect questioning by Owen Rob erts of the Government it i was shown hat Dunbar was as jsistant cashier of the bank from December 191ft to April the period covered by the bank which was subpoena Lavey of defense counsel immediate plunged into a pile of j court rulings to support his con j tention that the bank records I should be barred from the Df S to appear in newspapers of Western World back in the lal OFFICIALS when his vigorous pronounce ments against his flic dynastic Manchu Emperors ol j attracted some slight atten He then living iu UK Ha Secretary Mellon said the nry is precluded by law from mak ing public the amount ot the at administrations trary adding that there Great witb the full ap ive PubUcity prcva oi thc selfgoverning do minions not oHiy had in theory fa vored which was one ot the features of the but had practiced They had not only preached disarmament but had actually disarmed to the limit of national They ad taken a full share in nllTIICicreatlns aml supporting the League ULninj ot Natlo an Permanent International while the ihi Jmenae sacrifices they had madejn were Prem March alter consuitine her lawaiiaii Islands with his subpoenas issued for a dozen iorainions and England saw d who had migrated to 1 Persons to appear before a court of jiivuperable objections to sia signlar Honolulu with her today to offer testimony inand the protocol in agent of a Christian when connection with the death of severpresent this was not be Suti Yat Sen was an Osage Indians and a white lawcause she felt herself out of har YOU ARENT THE ONLY ONE THATS TIRED OF WINTER when he essayed first of his many his olficers said they expected the name has become almost as ol several prominent ranch known to the Occident as it is tclers to follow within the too million Chinese nationals I A halt doeen conferences out of har m tne tall and summer of mony with the purposes the proto col was intended to serve or was opposed in principle to plans for clarifying the meaning of the on behalf of whom he spent a life time of unremitting hardships and constant Sun was twice named to thc highest constitutional office in Chi first time in the fall of when he was proclaimed thc first provisional president of the Chinese and again in when he was elected I President of all although few of his as sociates knew was a here yesterday by Berry assistant state attorney gen who with the assistance of Eustice a 01 the Department of is con ducting the Court sessions will be Several deaths of wealthy Osagi Indians in 1922 led officers to be was He was born In Honolulu in 1S62 and received his medical educa tion in tho Hong Kong He was married quite early in life and the father of two a son and a to be a 1 Rlr was found shot to I922 A short time Relocation of Prison System Almost Certain liy Auotiatiil frttt cation of the penitentiary system near agitated for many drew close to a reality today with agreomnet by the Senate to print the bill providing for this and predictionsby Senators thai the measure would be finally pass ed following a morning of An effort to recommit the bill to committee A resolution by Bowers adopted approving the annual re port of the Board of Managers of the Texas which report denies charges of Senator Fntrchilds resolution ask ing for an investigation of introduced another Indian later Henry to be related to Anna Brown was Later the home of Smith Osage was dynamited his wife and a maid wen Smith was also said to b a relative ot Anna A do or living near Smith was shot shortly after the dynamit the TODAY IN AUSTIN House and Seriate met10 a Final passage of the amnesty neasure was iue Ghent secretary to the Gov said Governor Miriam Ferguson probably would not sign the measure until Senate State Affairs tonight to agai n administration neasures providing Increased ollne laxand decreased motor li cense killed Charles and an In dian girl were slain later and an was kill League of Nations or strengthenin its Amendment interpretatioua may in themselves be desirable uided the British Foreign Secre bit His govern ment cannot believe that the pro tocol as it stands provides a suita ble method of attempting that Chamberlain several references to ihe fnited He Believed the whole world would istee the League of Nations In its present shape was not the League designed by the framers ot the who doubtless tempi d the that might arise from the noninclusion ot a number of states within circle of But they never he that among the states wouM be found some of the most power till nations of the least ol all did they foresee that one of thim would be the Brlaud ExPremier Briand of ed in a mysterious fall from rhc sPealtlng at this afternoons session back of a train while eu route ti ot thc presented the view Iawhuska on business in connec tion with an Osage Indian estate Legion Auxiliary Women Insist Upon Peace With Honor Hit Pifan March the American Legion Auxiliary be lieve in peace with honor and not peace at any declared of New today to a joint session of the Texas Tne r America are will ing to raise boys to be sol ditrs when the national honor is at she We want peace because we know the alternative We are determined H have peaie with not peaci at any We want to see erence to the absence of the United America safe for all time and we States from the Brian pledge ourselves to America sall he was convinced this abaence woulct not point of France on the protocol for security and The Chamberlain had made was of exceptional Im portance and would produce a pro round impression among all peo ples of the said The world was IMng through grave period and what was now would affect its future history Remarking that Chamber lain had opposed the protocol be cause it spoke too much of war tf Briand insisted that the world could not prevent war by ignoring it as a and must consult a curative He affirmed that the protocol delivered no blow at the League but merely stopped un the holes in He praised the pro tocol because it supplied mutual lid and WILL f ix Takms up Chambarlamsref 1VOOI SAILS FOR HOME Kv AiMrutttii agency dis patch from says that Osborne former American Army officer who left Parts and Bi arritz last month for Spainand whose financial affairs and travel lave been followed withmuch in sailed on the steamer West bound for absence because America would be influenced favor ably by the high ideals of the League anil eventually it a desire to protect her reasonable interestsi The Leagues authority and force had Briand but in order to secure the adheaioa of countries like the United the League must have aonfldencft in itself ant by incessant attract all   

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