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   Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 29, 1925, Brownwood, Texas                                MAY 1925 JVOLXXVNO193I EE DIE IN SUNSH YIELD OF WHEAT PRE SERAI FARM COSDITI0XS IECLAKED TO BE STBABT By Associated Proa May The fa vorable wheat situation last r may be this Department otAgriculture de red today in its June nstead of a bumper crop in time wbrld the report oor yield appears in sight with fliood of crops re than lalf the winter wheat abandoned in Wash New Mesr it and nearly iiarterof the acreage ia the le lie condition ot lie crop OK y 1 was very the report and last weath was not reassariBKThe spring sat crop Is to be jnauc and r tare Canada is report io liave planted aaacreage fally large as last year conditions Hop liscnssthg the situation the ort declared that the weal sup port in sight for year is moch smaller tban in other year since the close ot On the estimates of about hogs to be slaughtered Uicyear Xo more toait ightered in the first six months tost Winter Returns to Baltimore ly comparable Any jSfos up of hoe supplies ild presumably not be without effect on cattle the re t One of these daye the tie tndnstir will Jefi ely on barring which country will become concerned r a cattle shortage lu about it Farm Conditions Good Agriculture general appears be operating under more toler e conditions than La to be had even though high cedrTax delinquencies are fewer s Farm properties are ito acquiring some aale economic balance has made elf felt in the busi Th downward swing in ibs and wool prices during April TRAFFIC in was tied up for more than two hours by 1 1 terrific bail and sleet storm which rendered the And that on last May 24th ALLEGED EXORMWS PROFITS HADE BT FUTURE MAKIXG By Ateociated Press May hun dred and sixtynine indictments against manufacturers and individ uals concerned in the manufacture of case goods and refrig were returned in the Unit ed States District Court here tbday by tho grand The indictments among three 190 manufac turers and two individuals being indicted in the case goods cases SHOWS TOFES IX SENSATIONAL CASE tl relative purchasing 55 manufacturers and two individ of nonagricultural index relative pnr islnspower of thirty farm pro cts consequently declined from in March to 90 and a Oier decline ol possibly a point two for May may be XIH PROMISED TO GIVE THEM BE 13TG SETEREtt lit fBg May Police to were holding three men on nplaict of who idnapped 1y Woods and and robbed Elli saio the him m his confectionery utand Wed nignt anddid let him uii x 3iargcs Ut kidnapping J aggravated assault will be iil agaJnst the men later chief of iaiisor said that tjie de inded and that when he 3ie waslteaten and abusod lie iaey tic n to a tree with a chain but the ate was too he promised are them if they mid release Th dia B0 Uiior f the ilr to v manufacturers and two individuals in the refrigerator All were charged with being en gaged in a combination in restraint of trade and The indict ments unlawful condi tion existing since as far back as but allege that violations have taken place in the last three The indictments set forth that the refrigerator companies have done an aggregate business of annually the chair companies annually and the case goods manufacturers The manufacturers indicted in the case goods such as din ing room and bed room radio cabinets and clock in clude many New York and Indiana firms and others various Many of the firms indicted were located in Grand Rapids and other Michigan was the home of several Among the prominent companies indicted was Karpen and Bro Tlie two individuals indicted were Arthur secretary of the National Alliance of Fur niture and TYU liam an employee and agent of the THE WEATHER Direct Fortnightly Mail Established to San By Anottated Pretf SAN Porto May The first direct fortnightly nsail bervice between and Son Juan was the arrival of mail from the Texas port It brought greetings from Texas woman to Governor Tcwn r of Porto Governor Fergu son expresbed gratlflcatlon for the I new facilities for communication between Texan and Eorto The belief was expressed here that will be a increase in first class and jjarcel post maU be jtween this island j on theGulfot of this y AttocialtdPiosx May TheGovernment played its long delayed trump card in Federal court here today offering as an exhibit the alleged confession wherein Arthur plaintiff in the baffling identifica case was reported as ndmit ting that he is a Mexican imposter and not Arthur Sioux In dian Presentation of the exhibit was made dramatically by LaFollette rresentauon 01 me turned by the coroner today at me made dramatically by LaFollette he death of the Hon United States District At only claugh at a time when the court d whosc body li room had been hushed into deep jn the ThameH Rivftr quiet by the testimony of t Monciay aftcr she special agent in charge forysiv of the Minneapolis Bureau of In Department of Justice that LopezFrazfer had admitted to him that he was Arthur a Johannes swore that theplain on February20 last after be ing warned that anything he snid misht be used against him as the basis for criminal admit ted his identity aa of Mexican par the son of Joe The local Department of Justice chief testified how tie confession was after had outlined the facts to TEW Mil asKcstiltof Artiek Charging ThemiuitfiGrudeness TREATMENT OF JlcCLIXTOCK RY SHEPHERD Df THUS THIS STATEHKYIEWED By Attociated PIMS May wit nesses from Houston and and will be notified to hbjd themselves in readiness to testify for the pros ecution against William Shep John assistant States announced William Derrick of Houston will be expected to testify as to Shepherd receiving a telegram in regarding Emma Mc Clintocks anticipated and Shepherd seemed said Richard former post master at will be expect ed to testify as to Shepherds lack paternal interest in William Mc Clintock the said the as sistaat States and Jerome Matillo of Indianapolis will be sought to testify as to he build ing of a house in Hay for McClintock and as to a re mark attributed to Shepherd to the effect that Willie will come out of this with his pockets The fourth special venire of 100 was called but the possibility of getting jurors was not ing because of the aversion of ven nireinen to being locked up over Memorial Day and Judge Lynch today received a leter purporting to have been from Robert the missing It enclosed a check for the auto mobile White rented here and is supposed to have driven to New indicating the machinewas stored in a New York garage starts and tell why I left and who made me said the let The lie was broken in health from worry over the case and denied he intended to steal the I am very sorry that I had to bring the car this far and I as sure vour honor 1 had to make the move I did as my family was in danger and I did not have enough money to take a train to see because I figured out it would have cost me at least and by renting a car all it cost including was So your honor can sec for yourself that my intentions were May The the the and the iricn of the Panhandle lire in wide paper are out looking for spread revolt today a woman Plumbs One of the cdi tnagazluc who they tors is Gene son of Ed has slandered of Kansas In tin cdi Laura writ torinl in the Aninrillo Globe he dial ing in national timler1 the Mrs Plumb to prove He title of My Personal Experiences suggests that the magazine writer left with a Texas said this in the country after a little jtust of reference to the Panhandle wiml Mew over a shack of The writers still sing of the great The men are not he open where a mans a man theyre real Jheyre thorough without mentioning the loncsomcncss sports they re not QJtters of these plaees and the crudencss of TheHoard of City Development has e ale citizens of the men therein Now a storm is raging on the ucc requested by male citizens of ak Amarillo to write the magazine tell Mow a storm is rugmg on me siui 5 cd All the civic its of tlie error of their NEGROES STiLL HELD IN JAIL DALLAS Ilii Prtt May ami Lorenzo under sen tences to ho executed at the state penitentiary al Huntsville June remained in death cells of the Dal ian county jail They were trkri Mid sentenced separately in about an hour and a half yester lay for assaulting a white woman after having killed her Other charges of assault and murder returned against will mt be prosecuted as the death sentences in the one case will be ufliclals Commitments for tho negroes foi their admittance to the pcnifcmii aiy have been made Sheriff red in a New York sarage has not an I vrill be on hand when the trial nounccd any change In r the negroes to states pris VERDICT SAYS By Pern May open vcr ct of found drown id was rc the coroner today at the Inquest Into the death of the had been German Synthetic Alcohol Poisonous Chemists Declare Kit Attociattd Prat May A new syn thetic wood alcohol wtiich Ger mans have manufactured from waste gases at the Krupp and and other steel works and which was offered for sale here as a basis for making Scotch has bcei poisonous by chem ists of the British Information here Is that Ameri can scientists returned a similar verdict when this new was offered for sale in the United Stat es at 37 cents per gallon compared with the of from steel mills to immense pres but details of the process the save been kept TWO DROWNED BY RAMPAGE RIO GRANDE RgsttfOciaMPrefi SAN May persons be drowned and property loss rnnning into thous ands of dollars was caused when the Rio fed by lorrentia went on a rampage Thurs A man and woman were drowned near Eagle Pass when a wall of water 24 feet highswept upon that carrying away the internationalbridge and Piedras The water was standing two feet deep in the Mexi can city Friday The river reached a depth ot 21 feet at Eagle Pass Thursday afternoon and had risen to 24 feet during the It was slowly rising Friday morning following an all night ralB at tuat Heavy rains at Del Rio and Drackettvllle ME A WHILE RIFFTAX rOXTISITI EFFECTIVE SMPIXG OF Hit May French Chamber of with the ex ception of Communist unanimously stood behind the Gov ernments Moroccan policy today and gave Pramier Painleave and IHKS TiCS THIRTY PERSONS BADLT WITH TWO MIX ASD 3 EURO WOJttAX By Ataociated Prtn T May mediate investigation was be gun today by railroad officials to determine the cause of the last night ot Sunshine Special laSt JlIgllL OL OUU3ILIIIU his associates in the cabinet a vote t 537 2 of the Kailroaa two miiea of confidence of 537 against The vote was obtained after it was reiterated that the Moroccan war was purely defensive and that the Frencli Government was willing to entertain peace overtures if ap proached in the proper The Governments bill for spec ial Moroccan war credits asks for thirtyone million francs until tho end of June but states it is im possible to osiimate the real ex pense of the campaign and that a revision of the Moroccan expenses will be asted in the budget are expected still A further riseof 15 feet would bo for the wa ter to flood Eagle is on the high bank of the The crest of the flood this morn inff was between Eagle Pass and At 8 n rise of on ly eisht feet bad been registered at Laredo and the stream had been stationary for an May accord re garding the French situation in Morocco was reached today by the Government and the Socialist bloc of the Chamber of when the Government adopted the Soci alists order of the day for todays Chamber consideration of the Mo roccan The agreement formally averted the previously threatened political Meanwhile accord ing to tlie latest official is continuing his strenuous efforts at reinforcement and is losing no op portunities of attacking the The while on a small is continuous and Military experts point out that the proportion of killed or wound ed to the number of troops engag ed works out at about the same ratio as in the World Many of the French losses are due to the thestream roxpcrt sniping of the who south of in which three were killed and thirty were injured according to a revised check of the Though the cause has not been it was be lieved that a broken or other locomotive trouble resulted in the train leaving the The dead arc Tnrbut engineer tireiuau and negro woman bc lievtd to tHe wife ot Butler oi a minis ten Earlier reports that four negroes were killed proved Driller Dies of Injury Sustained Desdemona Field liy comparea wun me m May 9 about for ordinary wood driller for thr Leon Valley Oil was fa it is understood the alcohol IB tally injured when tha spudding made by subjecting waste gases jine broke Wednesday He was struck on the back or Running Sunshine Special Number 2 rounded a curve and left the engine and three coaches tumbled down a steep em Among the Injured were Fort Worth travel ing broken condition frain Pal severely cut about The negro near tie front of the felt the worst effects of the Two passengers are said to have had premonitions of White of Houston 3atJ she and companions talked of the possibility of a wreck some time Whitty told of a feeling ef impend ing disaster just before are equipped with the best rifles and know bow to use The Socialist order of the day said The Chamber of Deputies IB faithful to the policy of peace prev iously affirmeo so clearly by It is resolved to insure the security of French troops and of thenative tribes in territories placed under our protectorate by international It sternly opposes all colonial policies ofj conquest and adventure but advo gETERAI DOLLARS cates the Governments WORTH OF GRXS anil had confidence that the Gov PK after the above conditions have been will achieve peace in head by tho drill screw and falling cable and died lust FEELING HIS OATS INJURY FATAL TO MANN KNOWN HERE AnociMsA SAN ANGELO Lois of An gelo here lastaleht ofinjur ies sustained when struck by an She be buried here o She is survived by ner husband J Walter live stock nad commission dealeri and a Jack Formerly Mann formerly Hred in remem bered by a host For some time she a boarding house on Anderson in tlie Sam lBH which burned urhiln she was Baking her nomc 3 4 m J Si T SWs OILFll TO BE me IX tRJLLO IOXVEXTIOX OF TEXAS LABOR COMPLETES ANNUAL Rll Prffi May ganization of oil field workers throughout Texas is one of the ex tension steps authorized by the Texas State Federation of which closed its fourday session hnre yesterday The con vention selected Houston as next years meeting place and reelected Herman Kachel of Denison presi and Charles executive Henry of Port Arthur reading clerk of the is international vicepresident of the Oil Field and Gas Well Workers He said about oil field workers are organized in this Locals have been established at Port Worth Mexia and Goose The State Federation Is to ask the Amercian Federation of Labor to send an organizer into Texas Jor this said tho National Federation had promised to do The vicepresidents elected arc First George Houston second vicepres Fort Worth third vicepresident San Antonio fourth vice president San Antono Wichita Falls fifth William Rielly of Dallas was elected delegate to the American Federation Labor j NEWS FLASHES Stay French Chamber Deputiestwtajr Die government a vote or 587 feni prestamt mm STONES IN DETROIT 1SEBW REFUGED Bf PASTE By Aitofiatmt Prett May cious stones of an unestimatetJ value have been stolen from the Detroit Institute of it be came known last night when police admitted detectives were workine on the case and gave out a list ot more than thirty dia rubies and sap singly and in which were The jewels were taken from the childrens section ot the collection of the late Frank weal thy drug manufacturer and replac ed with paste Detectives working on the case believe the gems were stolen while Miss Ger trude curator of the chil drens was absent at a When Miss Gilmore re turned the substitution was discov Detectives are they ii watchman who was on duty at the institute for about three weeks and who left about the time substitution took Members of the art and officials of the institute wep inclined to minimize the extent the theft placing it at less but the police estima the value of the stones at thousrf de or aerioU between Fascists here was sluren today Tfiey a street brawl between a Fascist weekly and lug a Communist pa former beinsf arreaf 80c For Free Disf The Brownww reproduced the recent wood and Brq ten by writer ot th These la They arj Co merrk them but   

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