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   Brownwood Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 29, 1925, Brownwood, Texas                                BROWNWOOD Associated Press Lea sed Wire in Our Own connects Brownwood With the World Every Minute of the Day SIX PAGES TOD AY DECEMBER 1925 XXVL 63 LIOGEIS I cr ffCHIEF EXECUTIVE PISS MTCH FAITH Hi THABKET1XG COX FEKEXCE AT DES DBS Cpolidge looks to the jtarm marketing coufereiice here to Bay to aid working out a sound economic policy for holding croj Surpluses OK which there will be substantial agreement among farm ICE FLOES OH OHIO Din MUSES III WFIC TO USE TIE IX SOME LOCALITIES BIG DAMS OTHEK RIYEK STKPC TURES ARE COASOLIIUTIOV OF BIG XEW YORK FORE CAST NEW What may become the countrys largest an institution rival ing the gigantic financial institu tions of began to take vague shape today out of the multi tude of rumors in Wall Street point ng to the merger of several ex sting banks and trust companies of from the White Houst lXew York city closing with these words was rej Given impetus by a by conference leaders andithe stock of the Mechanics and read by Representative Cyrenus fl The presidents clarify ing his attitude on a grain export Corporation as expressed in his re frent Chicago speech was the chief feopic underdiscussion as the con ference f It was as follows In order that you may be able to clarity certain conflicting re Iports beingmade concerning my Attitude on the agricultural mar Sieting Jn case the qnes Sapn arises at your conference De bember refer you to my recent Sdcago speech whfcre among other ngs I said I should Wiling to approve any plan that n be devised in accordance with ound economic I recog ize it is a problem of eco aomic importance not only to agri iulture but to the nation and I be hove that sound ways can be Ionnd for coping with it As I have am opposed to government once filing whether direct or in iirect or to government buying and tcHing farm products either di seoUy or 1 have not ap Sroved any specific I that discussion of the problem H3 together on the prin nnd plan to it further conferencesand will result in the work sound economic plan which there will be substantial among farm I nist your conference may contrib tc to this mm FULL HOY MICH MM Metals the report runs that a consolidation of that institution with the Chase National Bank is imminent as a preliminary step in the building of a large linancial John presiden of the Mechanics and admitr that negotiations looking towards amalgamation have Five other institutions are men tioned as being involved in the banking venture which it is sai Clarence Dillon of Read and Company is Their total when and if would be in excess of The other institutions mentionec on the Ohio River hero is paralyzed following the bitter cold that swept the country over the week end and the coffer dams con structed last October on the In diana side of the river and a hydro electric here is endangered by the heavy ice All boats tied up here have mov ed into the Louisville and Portland canal and at other points along the Kentucky boats are entering ice Above Louisville tin river in places was reported froz en solid and the ice had extended nearly to Louisville THRILLING STORY RELATED OF MAN WHO FACED MANY PERILS LIVED TO RIPE AGE 104 YEARS 1104 years and had unfolded to Gor Wakeful nights on the starlit plains don Badger the account of his WEATHER IS STILL FRIGID UP IN IOWA of the Texas of when the hoot of an owl or the bay of a wolf aloni pierced the black Days of rov ing amid countless herds of buf falo and Indian bands where no white man had A tetea tetc with death before phalanx of stampeding A ride over land to the Gulf with only a pen knife for protection and a faithful horse for to Andrew wore Now they are That this staunch pioneer should face the perils of EU untamed fron stalked more than once by certain and live to tell that story SO years seems Yet before doath came U George Andrew Gordon a few agoat his home he had attained the age of expedition into the when a lad of Texas wilds Badgers narrative will be a feature of the new volume of Kansas Historical due to come from the press early in the new There was no particular reason for Gordons forsaking the com forts of home to explore the track less stretches of but with in 15 minutes after he had met four strange adventurers inthe spring of they had set forth into a hos tile Indian country south of the Red Two of his companions were grcyliaircd French Canadian trappers two were natives of Ar Two days found their corn pone exhausted a few more and their CONTIVUEU PAOE TIIEEE DES New low temperatures for the vwin ter were recorded in various Iowa are The Cliathem and the cities last night with Waterloo re porting the coldest 23 de grees below The weather bureau today re newed the promise of moderating the Central Union Company and the National National the Chemical Na Trus Bank aud Trust It is believed that the banks will first be paired and then after a period of readjustment be further CHICAGO PLANS FOR RIOTOUS NEW YEAR M DEUES THEY WIMJXti TO JW A REASOJiABLE TO BKIXG THBAlITE NEW HOIS SCUFFLE OTEB OVER 00 VT OJiE PLOftiES THROUGH SHAFT spokesman for the au of jail for and women New j thracite operators conference and Year tipplers apparently have nn j chairman of its negotiating com said today that the opera tors were willing td open thnir books for public inspection and also were prepared to make conces sions to the miners in their im pending Separate Conferences were held by the operators and the miners representatives today preparatory to the joint session scheduled and to begin at 3 Inglis said he thought the dif ferences between the two groups would be settled during the negof terrors for those who plan to greet 1928 in hotel restaurants and caba More then reservation iave been made in 14 of thc larg er two United States commissioners will hold court all night to release all prisJ oners if they can provide In justices and judges eligible to sign bonds are prepar ing for night prohibition ad who announced that women as well as men would bf is not going to insist thai tiations iu this city without further they spend New Years Eve and the conferences being held anywhere next day behind If the hip that carries the flask also psckr bend can be arranged im STARTED OX TEX tEXTS AX JlOrit KEPT IXC AWAY one years ago a 14 year old appren tice mechanic in the New shops of the New York Cen tral told a little group of grease smeared companions that when he hade a million dollars he would They laughed and told him that with his ten cents an hour salary he never need to worry over his or But on Xew Years Day that ap prentice mechanic will He is Joseph president of the Donovan Motor Car Company of un automobile distrib uting He has made his mil lion and intends to fulfill his prom KElKESEXTATIVE IOWA SENATOR WOILD HAVE OK AKKAXSAS rOXFEKS WITH COMH1SSIOX WEHX3IEXT ALL ILfS 1HODITTS AXO SELL Although holding terms of the tUbt settlement with Italy as tooj Representative Oldfield of chairman of the Dem ocratic Congressional Committee today called upon the Debt Com mission to rant equal terms to I We probably rant as sootl terms from France he as were offered by Finance Min ister Caillaux but we now should at least be as considerate of that wardevastated country as we were of Olrifield declared that under I terms of the agreement made with 1KS Iowa Inion this afternoon made imbllr a resolution wired to President CoolMee arid other officials protesting iigalnst the state conference called info session here today under the of the Iowa Bankers Association for the announced purpose of working out plans to aid the DES Iowas senior senator before the conference this afternoon his plan for a federal export BACKBON OFBOREAS IS ABGUTBROKEi Tho present cold wave has about speul its official weather re ports today The tem peralure was generally cliinbint but continued cold was in prospect in the wealhor observer Extensive damage to citrus trees in tlie Rio Grande Valley was pre vented by and use of thc smudge At 7 oclock this morning thc temperature at Amarilln was 20 Brownsville and Corpus Christi reported 2S de Jlain was falling along the Minimum temperature in Dallas last night was 23 degrees with indications today of rain or snow in this TO MJPPOKT SQlAKELY PLANS OF MIX LSTER PA The French meeting this morn to support the measures of Finance Minister Dou The ministers unanimously ap proved a scheme for balances tin budget and stabilizing the and authorized the finance minis ter to introduce the bills in parlia It is understood that Doumer MOSTAYA FREED OF ALL CHARGES THAT HAD BEKN FILED A6AI3ST Senator Burton Wheeler of Mon tana today won his long fight to have all charges brought against him by the government wiped oif the The District of Columbia Supreme Court upheld the contentions of the who had already been ac quitted in that the charges contained in a conspiracy indictment returned against hint will submit his measures this be A demur tcrnooii aud that the Chamber s I w Sled by Sen Finance Committee will discuss t wilsh nf Wheel OPTIMISTIC NOTE IS TFEST1EOF them during the new years parlia mentary The finance minister announced thai he estimate the budget de ficit at francs He proposed to meet this by increase income rein forcement of the fiscal a tax on bourse higher prices for tobacco which is sold under government mono a tax on and an extraordinary and temporary stamp tax on Two billion five hundred million francs of new 000 will go to a sinking two billion francs to imburse the Bank of France advancfs made to the for and thc rest to balance Jhe loan While dissatisfied with the he indicated no attempt would be made to make a party fight acainst its Cardinal Mercier Undergoes Operation Of Simple Nature on foreign markets at a loss to be later met by an excess tax on deal This proposal the senator j plans to incorporate into an amendment to the administrations farm relief bill now Cooperation A cooperative plan for world peace which will have a direct bearing on the agricultural surplus through its regulation of TltAOE COMHTIOJiS 1Y ARE COSSIDEKEI AS ator Walsh of Wheel ers was Along with the dismissal of tho Wheeler the court also threw out the charges against Ed win former solicitor of the Interior and Gor don Campbell of who were indicted jointly with The three men were charged with con spiring to defraud the government in connection with obtaining of oil and gas land Todays decision leaves Senator Wheeler free of all charges unless the government should succeed iu winning an appeal to the higher Whether such a step will be attempted was not made but the Wheeler counsel expects no such The specific charge against Sen ator Wheeler and the other de fendants was that tney conspired to defraud the government by ob taining a large number of gas and oil permits to prospect on the pub lic and in its argument the government asserted all the per mits were for the use of one Gordon a procedure it contended was Justice in his hold the indictment failed to j charge a violation of the law and was therefore He asserted the federal land act does not limit the number of per rain falls and the melting to be issued to any one pros is getting The River and that the secretary of which last nisht apparently was j the interior by his regnla about to suddenly started go beyond the statrfte and to risp again early this morning deny the applicants rights given rapidly than owj thorn by thc ing to the waters coming down EUROPEAN FLOODSCAUSE GiEATDAHAGE flood due to the recent heavy to the waters from various All Uie low lying country around Lyons is The water has formed a vast lake three miles wide am from abova the surface at hen he plunged ten stones reservations said n elevator shaft was an with tederai ble Coroner Rusautuoritieg in Some declared today in releasm0 of thcm recently rep0rted asr rom custody naving employed detectives to eii jmpanion of Coroner them to iuemify prohibition am said there was no criminal inagents wno mjgnt elltcr disguised snt in the action of guests was scufling with Vogt for No guests win be searched as QSsession of an overcoat when the tney cnter the sight of bottles Jl Lllllllg IIM I UKUIilLIlIU year old exports anil will be pro PJIOIIISEM HIES I primate of underwent an P0sed during thp debate on th j operation today for correction of a world court Senate b lesion of the After the Senator Smith it wa of promi operation it was stated everything announced today by the senate nent died hero today of was normal and that the cardinals declined to give an from the merchant and the many places the trunks of poplar cotton grower is balanced to somu extent by encouraging reports from the livestock industry in the trees and the roofs of houses are to bc In Touraine all the rivers are ly business review of the FeiUrat rising Acre after acre of I condition was THERE AINT NO SANTY GLAUS on tables will be greeted by more than a frown of they Lid On in an nounced purpose of drying up Wa rtter was hurled through an emer eney door in an elevator Detectives arrested five other who they said had been in a oom with Vogt and Keuthmsted prohibition law was charged cos yeveT putting crimp Snst four of They are jn ivct xew Years celebra of Detroit tiOUKi eighteen federal prohibition j na Arbor address officers were assembled here and Harrison BloomThe antiwet campaign here will be At the same time paralleled by similar drives was arrested throughout Texas and Oklaho i a snarge of being The 18 men sent here are le five gave bond and will be giv i a hearing in police court this Vogt and Keuhmsted were dele ates to the Delta Kappa Bpsiloa iw in annual convention completion of a cor icrs inijnest into the death earli er Joseph Univer at Cornell was df after Vogt anelevator ten Tutwilder hotel Kuhnsted had boarded tfte tenth floor and were working under the general direc tion of Baker of San deputy prohibition administrator of the western district of Mysterious Fire Destroys Cafeteria Worth Opening Day FORT Fire of undetermined breaking out at the close of the first days destroyed the new Pangburn Cafeteria here just before midnight last Loss was placed at manager of the was locking the front mr scuffling over possession doors when he heard an explosion witnesses told de back to find the kit s Vogt witnesses was cnen m door lift gave the lift gave ELECTED University of aahington was today eected esldent of the Delta Kappa Ep on at the annual con ation THE WEATHER East Texas Tonight and Wed juesday probably occasional rains in south slowly rising L ball scheduled for tonight was i temperature on death West Texas and Oklahoma To Vtet kilWln an and Wednesday generally in a hotea slowly rising temperaftti Reserve Bank of Dallas released to Trade has declined in this district the last month and this is accompanied by both a quantity and price reduction in A large proportion of low grade cotton in this years crop has reducii its sralue and consequently weakened purchasing power thc the report While trade and cotton are weath ering rough bask industry of Texas seems to be re giiining some of its pristine This one the court de was sufficient to throw out the and it woo un necessary to pass on the legal points raised by counsel for or on the demurrer filed by William special gov ernment to the plea of interposed by former acqnittal The acquittal in Montana of Senator although not passed on by the was stressed by the Wheeler counsel as tile riverside meadows are The Saone River has flooded all the region around In the department of Cher the floods an argument against are beginning to reach the government contended the two indictments were for different of fenses they claimed the senator had Senator Wheeler him self had charged he was being and after announce ment of the decision he Is sued a statement in which he said I am delighted to learn of the decision in my favor and I hopp that this will end these persecu aux Although the Seine its Yonne and the are still the water as has done no damage and river traffic Cattle prices are above those of a i say year and after a live year the industry has many marks of The banking situation is satis Austrian Hundreds of lives have been lost in floods along the Rumanian frou dispatches from and that J w111 now be Per The flood waters are declared to be I to devote some of my time sweeping bodies imi debris thr and attention to constructive meas ures in the United States showing a rise in the report Net deposits in member bunks on November 25 to inllcd which was livt er cent above November A surplus of unskilled labor contrasted with healthful activity In industrial A lessened ilemand for farm laborers has cre ated the surplus of unskilled report Building oiitinues Favorable weather has stimulat ed farm operations and the harvestj ng of crops arid the seeding of small grains virtually have Winter plowing is un der and the early sown grain s reported to be in good condition hough late reports indicate that aln is needed in some sections itimiilale growth of lato sovU Tiie summary said that U per ent of thc cotton had been ginned iy December Way to Beat Rubber Monopoly Is To Use Very Little Rubber The best method for the United States to follow in combatting high rubber prices is to use as little it the product as possible and to mild up independent sources secretary Hoover declar d today in commenting on develop ments growing but of charges gainst an alleged rubber He added that if this country to sell wheat and cotton in bodies imi debris streets of that tragic case is told of a fainil of five who took refugee on th roof of tbeir home only to be ed off by lire which broke out in th were MOODY MAKES FLAT DENIAL INTERVENTION ney General Dan Moody has not given the matter consideration one way or the he said todav iu denying special dispatches irom Austin saying he had de cided not to intervene in the oil suit brought by Austin men contesting production rights of the Big Lake and Texon oil companies on Uoi versiy lands in Reagari The suit asks damages and possession of Kases now held by he Big Lake ami The plaintiffs contend oil was not being produced in commercial quantities within tho specified Ten days ago Judge Oeorge Cal lioun of Fifty Third District Court liere ruled the suit should be tried rather tiian In Travis county and plaintiffs save notice of appeal to the Court oC Civil Appeals riOXEER KA2CCHER DIRS SAN xchangBfor based on ratio William former f cost of production of school teacher in early nd the price American consum day county judgein West Texas rs are paying for the wheat and died at the home would sell a bushel and his Tuesday morn ottqn at 75 cents EMBARGO ON CUTTLE FROMTICKnFiTORJf AiTIOX WASCAUSED BT tEK TAIX HERDS SHOWIXG PRESEXCE OF OKLAHOMA embargo against tick in fected cattle from Texas and parts of went into effect iu Oklahoma An order to this effect was issued by White president of State Board of The came as a result of a large per cent of cattle arriving at local stock yards from Southern Texas being found to carry Whitehurst The embargo will allow animals to come into or pass through Oklahoma only if they are certified as having been dipped within 1t days or are apparently ree from Should these con ditions not be Whitehurst stated that it would be necessary or shippers from the restricted areas to send all cattle to Fort Worth for certification by United States officials at the stock COAL BARON DIES president f the Kemmerer Coal Com owning and operating an hracite mines at Sandy died oday in Atlantic City he ad gone to recuperateHe had snf ered Interested o in bituminous he waa to or the wealthi at coat   

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