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   Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 29, 1923, Denton, Texas                                PRESA SKRVICH PENTON.-TEXAS. MONDAY API ;NOON, JANUARY 29, 1923 KILLED IN BLANFORDRIOT Inil.. In- Into a report uf an oul- race trouble existing reauHlnif In n riot early today tw0 unlilpiitlflw! men were dealh-mid tho sheriff nncl nn I unidentified inun wer0 on .n report that at two negroc.f, m-oprle- ,6f n, store, here. thc nl.crltf a force of ilGnutics an "investigation r.our tli-> ttrre. pmcora entered a ilaneo hull nearby where a colisbrailon was n frugrCEa by a crowd mado'up innst- i ly of forelGnc-rs anO upon tliorrf. In thc flglit that fol- .lowed the shooting became eencr.il. Two oj tho dance hull patrons were shot, to death by the ilfiilllles nnd wounded. Tho sheriff i-e- cfcl'IciTa bullet wound In tlie sr- Arrested Following Kentucky Couple Ex-Soldier Threaieningly Approaches King George IXINDOM. Jan. 29. What Atstfi'ittd I'rrtl Dispatch wan ilesc-rlbed by nn cs'enlnff ncwapaiier as an iuternpt to assault KlnB Clcortre WIIB made today a crippled ex- suliller as Klntr Oeorno and Queen Slary arrived ut HI rancraa elation rrom Rind- rliiKtmm thin Tlio nowKpajier Mild ihat the HoUlier, who had been hldlny, ilnshcil toward ihc loyal con- pie wuvliiK Ills tlirea- and that he was a yaitlij Of tilt: when stopped, by Kuarils. Oilier ni-1'.ount.r' by nows sai'l U merely an attempt to attract tbo uLtniuInn nml tbe KDldlcr himself placed this construction on the affair. i 1 1 n r i n 1 1 GRAND JURORS FOB FEBRUARY TERM OF COURT SUMMONED Ut -wounds In the ncad yesterd near Berclalr, a suburb of Memph Ltberty Bond Market NEW YORK. .Tan. I 3 l-2a J101.TO; nrnt J38.5J- Inecond 4 l-4a S98.0S; third l I-IB J98.82; fourth f 1-ts JS8.H; Liverpool Cotton Unltrd rrtti Diipntch Jun. I oper.cd ciulet but atcady. !i to il lower. Futures close weak 57 to (.2 I lovftt. I January ..........16.Gl 15.30 I March 15.10 [May ........................15.25 n.m ly ........................14.95 14.C4 lOctoljtr 13 C2 I ftpotg easier 3  and Ijimbs nes eves cull, Koatg J203; wcllicrs stocker sheep J5.60EG.50; lambs )5.500'11. Chicago Gram Jan'" grain prices closed fr.tcttnnnHy to- Iflay inreely to lower Llvorpnol Ical-lcs nna rcporla of rain in soiuli- Iwnsl. Provisions cloaca lower. I llay whent opened off 1-8 nt J1.1C and closed, off l-t, July opened lup.1-8 at Jl.ll 3-8 and closed un- I changed. September opcnccl un- I changed nt Jl.OO and closed up 1-8. I Slay corn off 3-4 tit 72 nnd closer'-off 1-4. July opened lup-1-4 at 12 7-.ic anil closed off 1-2. ISaptcmoer opened off 1-1 at 72 3-Sc closed off 1-8. .May oatB opened nnclmnued nt and cJowed aft 3-8. July opened loft 1-8 al 41 T-8e and closed off 1-g, opened up 1-8 at 4lc and off 1-2. City Liveitoct. Receipts market hlBhi-r: hulk Heavies 953830- packers ,inr1 hulclicrs Ctltlc Ticcclpts market teady. Prlmo fed steers plain' to fair dressed heof steers Western steers (8 SOW 19.75; Southern steers J608.7EI cow) hfifcrs IntOL-kcrs nnd fecdsr BO- 'ulis calves Quotations: Hena fryers ffg, 27 1-20 IJOo.j 6c; tnulo butter ISOcr packlne Block butter !0o' Joien- H.60 recto I per doien Tlir; crnnd jurors for the Febru- ary term uf Hit Sixteenth Ulstrlc'- Court, Veh. 12, havo been suminont-cl by Sheriff M. .S-.vlnnt-y urid rettirn innde on thc KUlipopiia. Tim wtro sum- rnoiied in JICI-HOI, bv Swlnnej-s force. Thc list contalnGd Kixttcn ljut one of Die Jur- cra has since died and only liftecn he-en auminoned, iroin which number thc twelve lo serve will be FulerUrl l.y .ludnc It. Pcarrnan at the timo they report. The lirand jurcirs sunirnoncd arc W. J-'. Fuibnpr, Jt. Jt. Aubrey; John W. Stewart. Corinth; K. II. Craln. Demon; A. KauKhi. McMurry, Hebron; .1. Halter. Krumi J. A. Crawford, J. R. Duster, Lcwlsvlllo.: J. II. Wt-iidcll, Pilot 1'olnt: n. MoITelt, J'llot J. Murry I'ickle. I'llol Point; Mar- vin YnrbroujTli. R. c. Buc-1, Kcianoke; J. II. Sangtir. Wholesale Arrest and Expulsion of German Officials by French .First Meal in Essen French officers nre sliowa hero Harold Jeegerstrom, Wanted in Moreliouse Investigation, Shows Up; is "Back to Stay" 1'reit DitpaltJi La.. Jan. who tlIfiappeared from I he HouUiorn Carbon" Company 'a plant JJnstrop on tlic of Deo. 29 rind has hctn sought In c'o.'nioctfon witii the opc-n hearing Ltilti "hrjoi.ed activities" in Morc- husc ParLsh, on tlie strocta of .Monroe lorlay aiifl tlvclfired to all acrjuilutiuirps that fie is "back to Teeperstrom said he ".as not kid- nnitpeil or "acared aw.-.y." ltc said lie loft it would be best for his friends for him to KO. He cle- nU-d lie had been held prisoner and aba said he was not. hidden away by his friends. To Tip Held nx i'reii Ditpnlth N'BW Oltl.KASS. Jiin. llnrol.l Tecfjcrwtroin, appeared at Mun- roc (oilay, will he arrestod Imme- diately aa a material witness In con- nection with the kidnaping and sJnyhii? of and Thom- as It wag stated'today at tlie attorney general's office. Ko Gases 60 to Trial in Go. Court Monday Morning No cases went trial In the County Court Monday mnmlnfir nnd ft was" strued that .agreements had boon mnilfi for1.- continuance nf most of tho cases set lor 'this week tho no orders have been entered on the dockelg UK yet. All hu't six of tho jurors were excused Monday after- noon .it o'clock for the re- mainder of the week. Tlie six were held for service in n lunacy caso to lie tried during thc afternoon at the Iiomo of Jndgo A. was not in court for tho irftirnlng1 session. Livestock Men to Meet Here at Hog Sale On February 10 Because of (he.Inclement wer-ther only n few of tho members of the Denton Couniy r-ureored Livestock Association were present for the meeting1 set for Sruunlny afternoon for the purpose of officers and considering plans for a ban- quet, and it wns decided that ft- mcetlnir would bo held here on Fob. TO whr-n matters will be considered. This is date of a IIOB sale v.'hich is to he conducted here un- der tlie auspices of tho .Chamber of Commerce, when breeding stock and porkers Avill he sold direct by the producers In a .similar manner to that of the recent poultry sale held here. MRS, MILES P01NDEXTER CHARGES WIVES OF CABINET MEMBERS WITH "PETTY GRAFT" Vnittd Ptttt Dbptitch WASHINGTON, Jan, letter'written by Mrs. Miles 1'olndexter, of thc Wash- ington Senator, to n Seattle newspaper In which she sharp- ly assails wives of cabinet of- ficers for nHcKecl "petty graft" at tavcrnment expense has caused a storm In official soc-i-1 ely circles here. Tho letter aiso reveals that Mrs. Polndcxter atitl Secretary of. the Navy and Mrs. Benby are decidedly "at outs." ilrfl. Polndexter in an nmnz- frank manner complains hocausc: "1. Wives of cabinet. ofC.lcqrR shopping: In Eovernmem HmousEnew, "2. M rs. DC n by ca n gi vo 'at homes' and have tho famous jnarijjo band furnish musfc. "3. Secretary Denby took Ufa family to the Orient last sum- mer. The War Department fur- nishes good looking: officers for functions given by the Secre- tary of War. "5. The botanical gardens furnish flowers for thc house of Secretary of Agriculture Wnl- Jnce." lira. Polndexter says sUe can not understand why Senators vote government automobiles for cabinet officers and then deny them to themselves. Son- ators, she believes, need tnem more than secretaries. 25 MEN INDICTED IN CHICAGO PRDBE OF SCHOOL AFFAIRS Attocinttd Prett Dispatch CHICAGO, Jan. l-'rctl I.undon, former Confiressman, known as thc silent power behind political mnchine of Thomp- son, and twenty-three others were named in n blanket indictment re- turned today by a. special 4; ran 4 jury investlKatinfj school afCair.s. Virtus Hobm, nephew of T.undon, was ninottjr ttiOHD indicted. Rohm is In the insurance Imstness nnd It reported that he anil T-undnn were partners for n time and did an enormous business In school in- j.surance. It reported that it was I in connection with tho insurance matter that I.undoti and hi.-i neplicw were itidiotod, Tlie indictments charged conspir- acy to obtain from tho city of -Chicago and to obtain OOn.C'OO from tlie state of IMinots. U also charges conspiracy in vlol.i- ti'.n of duty in allowing- contracts to be let at thc instance of whc, with others is chareed with sharing in tho profits. oftrtifti J'rfts Dispatch (ifrumu nillroad Ruhr n MTft-M urrcnls and I'.viniJs tjf chlrfN <.f liurfuu and iniin hfitdsi rcfusnl o 1- kH'itflt iindiurlllL s. Jan. Ruhr ocruuiiCiuii ulLidrUs tin neil TlM-n- to exttudicru fui.trol of tin: rnilinml This oiH-irUJon JH hc-ttiR by ihii refusal   whi-n it will end. TJiq 3-Vencli arc a Me (n run a trains ivlib Hie ai-i of It IH estimated that nElmut 100 oHl- cijiJs have beeji e.vpoHe-il frotn Iho territory. Le Trocquer Minister of Public I.o irocciuor will p.rohably be appoint- ed civilian head of (he I'reneli forces in the Uuhr district. ll But Tiiree Statons Post 2c Advance in Gas All btit three gasnlinc filling nt.a- tions In Denton postoil a price of 2Ic on g-asoJJno during" srondny morning, an advance of 2c over tbo previous relnil quotatlona. It wfts srvhl that nil of the stntlons In town wo.utd he quoting us soon a? one other company postotl tho advance, which was expected to do some time m WORWBIE IN BOILER BURST Dbntitch CFI1CAOO. Jnn. -work- men were killer! mid two other a prahnhly fatally injured when a locomotlvo exploded In tho Penn- sylvania rallrorttl yirda horo yes- terday, Tho men woro nil from Chfcago, Polk-o nre the oxploalon wblcli rnMroaJ offI- ln holfovo may Imvo bocn cnus- by lamporlnar with tho'cngino, OX) COMPLETE 1MJUCHASB OF i'LA.VtJ STAT1O.V Jan. 23.----Vuthor- Jty to complete the purchase of thc Onlveston hydroplane station for which tho Navy department had a contract during tho war. CH askeil of Congress. Having- spent on its improvement, (t cun Le houfiht JL comprlncs 26 nercp, and lias a bay frontage of about feet. Application for Explanation of Bed diver Decision Denied Hog Cholera Reported On Smith Farm South of City .T. KJnlierty. specialising in liotr cholera with Tittiilttu.irLcrK in VorL Worth, and Dr. Jack Sklles oC Den- tcit visit L-d lho Henry L, Smith farm on Hickory Crock, south ot nonion, .Suttn day an it found six sfck Hfid prmiourtced the dls- c-ase hog cholera, according- to County Demonstfaiion A pent G. D Kvcrctt. The hops nn HIP farm were to be vaccinated Aid is tiny. Dr. Flaherty rccomrncncls that all iHJif raisers in tho foutity be on the looUoul for me fliseasc :it all ttmefj and that wlien they find a Kick hog- it shmiid sfipnrufcil fron> tile i others. Ho recommends the double vaccination itll against iirul also for older hops if the Injection not given when I i he niihtinls >vei-e pif's. U Is liirtf (lie (Joulile varciiic .should fm- [mnnlzc hOBs for life agralnst chol- era. Sn iii tat Ion about farms also reeoinmencU'il. and it was urgea that barn IDIS aiid IIOK lota bo clean nil trayh rcruse Inirncd. Ho said farmers also shoulj be uurofill nhout carrying mud or Illih from one furrn to annihor as this miprht spread tho dlsoa.se. Jt vfus said there ts one other suspicious 'case in (lie county. So f.-jr a.s known here this the first cholera found in the county in a iDiitr while. Any rnvncr who fitnls a liop that he thin Us inieht have tlio disease is nsUwl to notify J. H. ClcvclJiml. chatrntan of the couniy eomiuia- siojiGrs1 court, Secretary It. P. Hinwder of Clmmher of Com- merce, or County O. D. live re It so tiiaj promjit ariiton may lo prevent ppreaj of the dlHcagc. Associated Dispatch Jan. Su- prtme Court today the ap- lilk-ation of thc Red Hlvcr Kyndl- cAtc for leave (o a brief seek- ing explanation of cenaiti lan- guage usHl by the jn the Rod Itivcj- case dteiston 01" .May I, SABOTAGE AGAINST INVADERS OF RUHR RAPIDLY United Prftt Ditfwlch Sabotago against tho invEnlors uC tno linhr spread up ami down tho Ulilito lothiy. At Coblcnz French troons wore forced to ttur Up rnll- icfid linos to prevent German wor- kern from exiircas trains through to avoid Hcizure. At Ouosesldort the strike of workmon on nil systems of com- munication was effective. WulUonts In the lower Rliluc wore aimed ngnhuit hivadcra. The Ruhr vaUey Is almost comnlelely isolat- ed Tlic French nt Pans arc consid- ering new measures to force sanc- tlona while a movement Is on foot nlonir Scandinavian fronltcr to put the Ituhr sitntilton before tlio Loapuc oc Nations council. Unms-ey AfacDonaM called a meeting of tlio British liibor par- liament to consider the situation. nn.nlillnj.-s In Xcnr Knut Attention of Europe was divert- ed Irom the Hubr to tbo Near today by aferns of an impending clash of arms with Turkey If tho T.uusanrio conference ends [n dis- rvBreement. Thc British cabinet anil war office la considering mesinn to offset Turkish at Mosul, wlillo the Anyorn [jovcrnmont )ia3 virtually summoned Musmuha from Smyrna for n' niMitury i'cjii re re nee. TJIRS Jan. dor H. fanner, huslness man nml confederate, died nt I he homu of hLs Mrs. W. >1 in Dallas Deceased was born In Illinois in a radio to Texas (11 ISIS Migosh! Doesn't This Bird Know When to Quit Strike Almost Complete Vnilc.l l-rcli Ddunlfh LONDON. Jan. 2n.-.TIi; entire hieMud trulay lent (is lo botage against the occu- pation or tlio JUihr. While thc latter illutrlct n-as nl- mcst coniplctelj- cm off fi'oni tlie outside world by telegraph, telc- lihc-ne. ratlro'ul sti HICK, walkouts by (iermaii rnnd workers spread to Colnt-tic. Troves, Al.t-I.a-Chappell and Cob- ICHK. Ilnesscldorf was temporarily Iso- lated by a strike of communication operator.. List ovcnlnif. Centra) nf- flies of tclecraph and telephone ex- changes were closed. BRITISH. TROOPS TO GUARD MOSUL AREA Press Dinnatch i -OX DON. -In view of the Turkish nttttiulo nt Lausanne ro- (hn Moan] oil district thu Hrlilsh mllltEiry aiilliorltleH In the Irak tinvp UlspiitcTicil a ImCtnlloii of and ;i few nlrshipn lo tlio urcji hfil Mosul nnd HhorfthaL. 3 mites south of Mosul. Favorable Reports Made On Nomination of Judge Sanford SENATE PASSES BILL FOR SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY Atiocialtd I'ftst .Inn. Si-nnlr In. finally tht. Illi-ilMit- hill lirovliltliK Hit- rxtnl.ll.tu.x-nl ijf :i Ti'xns I'liltrKi- Wi st nft.-r ilflinlliiK I In- The- final '-or., uns- :.'t In X. 'I III- iiiravnr.. hn-! l.rei, t-UKr.iKst.il III llousf. I'NI.il HIM 1'iLssf.l The iilsa IKISSC-C! finally tlu h hill urnlillillltiK the- carrvinK r.f pistols other .mil :m- hc-.tvy penally i'or such. ntmuit; iho MII.H v.-ns ;t highway nir-lisnro by Serirt- tnr Rurkeu of Kaslhiml. Cmler con- trol hiRliu-ay.s ii-oulil pMral unilor the Highway :iml it iiruiio.iFK ti, ostul.lisli a mnluto- nnuc-o fund for iho upkeep of H also provides for an increase in niitomobllc. ll.-.-nso ter-s nppvoxi- ir.atcly double Chi: lire-sent r.ite. Xctf M'niils 1.....Ic I'rolii- Clovemor sent hln st-rmul essagc to Hie this liiMi" Uthe nr'thc l.nlrcl i-c-a- nhMIt.n railing; for nn of recent .mvirfjs of ernnmis.sioii. In his mesMiiye today XL-ff a.ikcil that the l.p passea iinineillalejy :t com- mittee lo niahn 'ho in- llc SUM it Is now time In iijipulnt :i new coliunlsslon anil Iliat tiinlov Lh? present con.itlinn-: nn Hcliool imrher in TosnB "who values lilt fc-nr.il name afford to ni-rciit moi.ihership In tile new coinmh- Bion" ristnl Illll tlas Trrlh Vnittd AUSTIN'. Jan. Sennle tn- ]ianscil without ftirther amenrl- mrnt the Mil hy Senator flx- iru: peauUie.'J lor carry- of pistols nt imprisonment Ln county Jail tjf not less than rif- tncn claya ami not inoro lluin six pth3 and a fliie of not than fifteen dny.s ainl not inorp tlv.in aix innntha and a fine of not less tlrin "111 or nioro than passed fll'.ally lho hill can-lea lho jirovlslon thi.l 11 Is a violation nf lho law for itlrlimnlx in maskeil or hooilcd parades tn cvirry pistols. Ifitiftil AUSTIN, re- pmt wtia uiir.lp loilny hy tho Sen.ltl on Civil on the ''ill hy Ki'mit.ir all secret orcanlzntir-ns to file ai'iiually with cotmlry list.s MAIL TRAINS WRECKED BY IRISH REBELS Pttts Dbnalth 1UJBUX, Jan. wnll trains JireU by Jnsureent Incendl- wore sent one after another MruiKhlns into u great lieap of iU Wcxfonl-Dublln lino at Hnnlscorthy ,ns a part of sreat rvliol nt-Livity v.'htch developed over iho wock-cml. Attacks Sunday   Free State. The Dtiljlhi mall train was held In couniy Woxford nna set aflra aiior which iho attackers tora tin Uif! rails nt tho foot of a declino fjtil sent tlio (rain (o deatruc- llon. Two oilier traltis were wreck- Oil sent into tho crazing1 wrecki SENATOR BORAH TO INTRODUCE BILL FOR WORLD CONFERENCE Tnv Illll llel.afe ill HI.IISD .Inn. hill hy Rcii- i-csentativo Coffe.v in-oiionltiR n of r jier cent on receipt.1; froi-i "M prodnctlnn was tho sullied 1n Hie HOIIHO tuorn- whrn ii.o scsMiin roccssi'U at m.oii. One hy P.eproselalivn S-itierwhllc f Carso would reduce tlie rate to .1 por ccnl :inrl tho othi'r by riH-lstei- of MeMuMon fJx'lho rale nt per cent. Tlic House ?s to 52 to print :L rnlnnrlly r.-porl In ule fialior hill U't. Tim cnminjtleo itn dail slvc-it tho measure an adverse ion. The liill woviUl eintiowcr .school 'tiperin tenilcn ts In inino .sluOenls Klvm hiHlriii'ltniiH nnt In ntten.l pnh- Ic srhonl. It w.uild nlso oxloild tho tin. law lo prl- -ICiTOX, Jan. Horah wilt introduce Tuesday his atuhorixlnir and requlr- IB ITi-sldciit llarillnir to call a. world economic cotiferenco to seek settlcmorit of reparations and kln- Ired prohlenis, he said today. UoruK atuV other Senators who favor tho resolution will confer on means ot urltine a voto on tho proposal by dicing ,x restricted lee- l.s-l.itlvo program. He may offer It as an amendment to ihc appropri- ations hill when incaaur-> conies up. SENATECOMiTTEE ADDS TO HOUSE MILITARY BILL 1'rrst Duipalch Jan, fln- rnial army niiproprlntion Mil car- vyintc tcilal of was i-cportPrl in the ScnatG today after Uin Military ronunliteo had added SC.rPT.lfi2 to the measure as passed by ihf House. MflMdns Kur I'rfts Jnn. ar- my appropriations hill maintaining tin: army at present Rlrcngth and cor.talnlns frtr rivers and Improvement wap favorably repoi'ted to the Senate todny by tho" committee. Ai.ll-l'nvlKl.i Supreme Court Orders David Lamar to Serve His Sentence Aatottatftl PrfMt nhnnlch WASHINGTON'. Jan. Holilln? that motion for a writ of lir..nj, mrinifl vng for the purpose of iTchiylriK. Invnrcernlirm ami without merit, Hie Supremc Court today rul- ed that Dnvld Lainnr. 'the wolf of Wall Si reef, would he required to to jail and nerve the on liim on conviction nn of conspiracy In realralnt of fdrclKn commerce. linst 'Ifexan tonight nml 'Jrtj' irfiJh sluiivrrwi V.nrinrr cnMrr Jn niirCh- ivc.st I'urxilny. Tc.Tnn jitiil  niul two injureil man neiu1 Jetf and J, D, Smith Get Severances in Trial of 11 Men for Ardmore, Killings Antfiftaltd rrt ARHMOHK. Ok., Jan. Smith nnd J. D. Smith, two Of tho eleven culled for trial in district, court today nn chnrcea at murder In connection, wldi (Jiu killing of Joe Carroll In TVtrmhp.'r, 1921, wore Krnntcd aev- oranep.i by Jiulcc Cnrroll shot wJien ho with .1 Kim nt the door of hla home after hMng Ruminoncd by ft party of uirifked moti. Coiinsol for Jeff Smith' then osk- o il inat I h 0 cn.Te a prn I n st him lie dismissed on the ground that ho hail hail a preliminary trial or wnJvcO such a trial. Investigation of lho record sliowed that ha had, a pica, of not ffuilty and motion wnn overruled. Tho county ailurney who la conducting nrosecutlon nskod for ImmctJaie trial. wosr.ix Kou.sn WICHITA FALLS. Jnn. (loose Crcfk tliln mornlnpr when a i Mn Holt, tho rtrat woman to ba con- Mlr ot chain toffs on nn oil riff, vlcltcil of murdor III Wichita bccnmo unmnnajjcnblo. Tlio de.iil County, win found rullty or nan Is p. la Wlic-ntlcy, oil li'olp- IcIiarKo munlor of O. A. 1 or ot OOOBO Creek, Eloclra OH Sept.   

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