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Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Fort Worth, Texas N V j p i L I Jin I r V f f i J I W t I t t V THE STAKTELEGRAM Daily Circulation 1 FULL DAY A ATED PRESS REPORT BY L D W ORNING E D I T I Q N 78 n VOLUME NUMBER TWENTY FORT JULY 1920 PKICE 5 CENTS ELD DEM F sent word before the today that By Associated July today noti fied the Allies that the cabinet had agreed to the Allies demands for the delivery of two million tons of coal monthly under three essential condi tions and other minor She also stipulated that she must receive raw The German acceptance was embod ied in a note which was laid before the Allied premiers this noort by Premier Lloyd The essential conditions named were these German government is to have tho distribution of the SUesian or be allotted tons monthly for northern instead of the present allotment of MIXED mixed commission to be sent to Essen to examine food and housing Allies arp asked to ad vance money or provide credit for im porting additional food for the entire German Foreign Minister Simons to Premier Lloyd Gporge Allied representatives met Germany would accede to tho AHied demand and that a written note would bo forwarded The foreign minister said he wished to prevent the Allies from fprwarding tho proposed ultimatum to The Allied ministers have not an nounced whether the conditions were Cabinet Goes Kfinr Simons said this morning that cabinet in its decision on the coal question had gone to the ut xooat limit and could do nothing that if the Allied military leaders Marshal Foch and Field Marshal Wil wanted an invasion of must have In a personal letter to Premier Lloyd the foreign it is set forth the Gorman position in some In this letter Herr Simons recounted that he had been told yesterday by the British premier that If he were a Ger man statesman he would take the risk of accepting the AlHed Tho for etgn minister had taken the he and would have to take the con Knowing the attitude of Premiers Lloyd George and he begged them to help Ger many to fulfill her obligations by do Ing three things Conditions by allowing Germany the cash difference between the price of coal at the pit mouth in Germany and the price of coal on the worlds by making a generous ar rangement with regard to by giving Germany some se curity or assurance against the men ace of invasion 1C she should any time be a little behind in her Herr Simons added In this letter These are not but slm an expression of our RACE INS RESOLUTE mi BOTH TRYING TO VAMP HIM BY JACK Staff ABOARD July Americas cup de withdrew from the first of her series of races against Shamrock IV this afternoon after an accident had rendered m her practically At the time she withdrew both boats had reachede the outer mark and were on their way back to the finish Resolute fad led to the outer but Shamrock passed her Immediately after passing the outer and when the American boat withdrew from the race Shamrock was increasing her lead every The Shamrock continued on toward the finish line as Resolute dropped Resolute Was accident to Resoluta occurred ijust before reaching the outer Her throat halyards partod and the Jaws of the gaff came down without It appeared that Resolute had the race well in hand when the accident and It believed sho was a sure even without the time allowance of six minutes and forty which had been made against Sir Thomas Uptons Shamrock got away to a miserable having to go back and recross the starting Resolute got away to a good lead and increased It during the first ten Shamrock lost ground several times by poor Shamrock came swiftly up when the accident occurred on the The American boat even In its crippled to round the outer U was nearly tlve min utes later that tho British craft came around the outer The had made but little headway in the and it was only a short time when the British boat went sailing the American craft When the Resolute flashed that she was withdrawing from the it was i announced on the press boat that Shamrock would continue and cross the ffnfsh Shamrock Crosses The Resolutes tender took her in tow at When one mile from the finish line the Shamrock took in her lib topsail and club The Shamrock finished well within the sixhour crossing the lino at Eastern TAK MA ALWAY BGTTERCHAN MACHINATI O WOMEN Ttfrt AliA E Street Car Men in Chi icago Out on Are Strike Jack Rabbits Whisky Sale in Chica Total Sprcial ta TV July Multiplication of jackrabbits In Fisher County since the drouth has become so Krcat that farms and prairies are over run with During the dry period In 101718 rabbits almoat disap Today they are in greater numbers than ever before and nre de stroying vast quantities of grain and other farm Four Millions By International Tfiws July full fledged tetreet car strike hit Chicago this jnornlngr tying up every surface line in tho city and bringing chaos to the citys The strike was the result of the failure of officials of the company and representatives of the maintenance of service employes to agree on a new wage Although the motormen and conductors were at their posts early this morning to take their cars from the tho walkout of maintenance men resulted in a complete shutoff of electric power throughout the city for Thousands ot workers waited in vain street corners for transportation to their places of employmentOwing to the suddenness of the not even the Improvised motor truck expresses whiclv have been used in transportation during strikes of the past were avail Work in business offices and fac tories waa temporarily suspended early In the 3ay because of the failure of workers to report for The elevated and steam lines were operating but taxed beyond Some men are involved in They demand wage boosts to 33 per Xn 8yearold girl was killed and ten persons were injured in accidents due to the The fatal acdldent occurred when a heavy motor Jammed with crashed Into a trolley while speeding toward the Joop overturning and hurling Us occupants to the pavement The as yet was so badly crushed that she died on the way to a Seven other passengers were crushed or Two others were injured when a jitney bus In which they were riding to work July Me Carter and Mies yernon Moor W By New York TimesChicago Tribune Spe cial Leased July with the transfer of eleven thousand bar rels of Hquor In a single deal yesterday appealing teliegrams were sent to President Wilson asking that the be taken off the number of prescription blanks Issued to The barrels of hard booze are to be put up Into cases for me dicinal purposes hence the mes sage to the This is consid ered the largest transaction in liquor since the eighteenth amendment be came It was reported by president of Albert Da lem Warehouse receipts for the entire stock of tho Clear Springs Distillery at where a popular brand of whisky was manufactured by Charles Dennehy Sons have been sold to Schwartz haupt The wholesale price of the whisky by caao was and the entire transaction approx imately The Schwartzhaupt will turn overithe liquor to drug stores where it will be sold for medicinal Inasmuch as this stock Is over eight years several hundred thirsty citi zens immediately began to develop all sorts of alarming all of which required a boozo prescription and tho telegraph offices did a thriving busi ness between Chicago and Washing Reputable physicians say that they have no bona fide actual necessity for the prescriptions and would be glad If all such prescription blanks were pro MOTOR CARS WILL DISPLACE HORSES ON TEMPLE TRACK lo SlarTetfgr July racing will probably displace the sport of kings Bell Cpunty Fair this Since the wholesale advent of the motor car Interest In that line of sport perceptibly quickened to the dis advantage of Special attention ia to be given Jive stock and farmImplement Phone RatM July city com mlaalon has granted the raise in tele phone aukod by thfi Southwestern Telephone The neW rates are E A 1 JB A V L f Special to The July survey of school childrens which the Public health nurse declares to be typical of the entire State and other has recently been completed by Miss Pearl public health nurse of tho eTxas Public Health Asso Miss assisted by local physi made examinations of chil dren In a certain North Texas Among 729 school defect were more than two defects The number with enlarged tonsils was 31 had submerged 122 needed eyelids 97 had 150 needed glasses 138 had defective hear 385 needed teeth 119 need ed gums 20 were more than 10 pounds and 299 werefive pounds or more underweight This survey seems typical of condi tions throughout the greater part of said Miss and examina tions show that over 60 per cent the children defective more than that percentage have bad while a Jorge number have defective hearing or Every community needs a public health so that these defects may be discovered and corrected tn and so that the children may grow upinto happy men ami Tt is tho duty of the people of Texas to provide health in for tho citizens of the fu FERGUSON QUITS THIRD PARTY MEETING IS RETURNING HOME July are said to bo destroying cotton and peanuts by the acre in some sections of this Farmers organizing rabbit spreading poison and ap pealing to tho town people to join in tho It Is claimed that because of the higft cost of ammunition during the past two as many rabbits have been killed UTflft 4 t i J V V1 l i VV 1 w i i i I H I H t r Astoeiated Gov ernor head of the American party in Texad and candidate for the on that ticket has the third party convention in Chicago antt Is returning according to a tele gram recetvel by the partys headquar ters ftere The former Governor is vigorously oppoued to manry of the platform planks proposed for the third party APPEAL FILED IN FALLS KILLING CASE July appeal has been filed In the Court of Criminal Appealsin the case of Frank Williams from Travis Williams was convicted in eonneetUra with the killing of Hal St a wealthy farmer In Falls and sentenced to a term of thirtyfive in ttia The case was transferred to Travte County a change Special to The July Hen derson County man has been arrested with knowing something of the whereabouts of the rcbbod tho national bank hero It Is said that three strange men had been at his house for three and local officers watched After thp robbery officers went to the mans but he was they and did not return until the next when he was Heis reputed to have made a statement to Attorney MUlen and County At torney but neither would re veal any part of The holdup men have been Identi the authorities Deputy Sheriff Allen Seale of Dal las County brought here today photo graphs taken from the Gal They were recognized by ployes of the bank as on the men who held them The pic tures were also identified as the mon who had been neon in the neighborhood before the robberyThe photographic trio had been in in Dallas at va rious A recheck shows that the loot ob tained amounted to in cash and the balance in Liberty A reward of has posted banks of Athens are contributing to the to Tht July candidates for with tho exception of havtt filed statements of campaign expenses In tho second re port required by law to be made to the Secretary of Tho period for filing these second expires with midnight of July Pat Neffs second statement shows an additional expenditure of since tho filing of his first Btatorpont on Juno which Mis total up to In his second statement he says that he has received i1o contribu tions toward his campaign since tho filing bf his Neff Has No Ho also makea the following an nouncement law under which this report la made for a separate report to he made by tho campaign manager the candidate for Tn this I desire to Bay that 1 hovo no campaign manager and maintain no political Them Is no one authorized to make or contract any debts for mo In connection with my candidacy for JriHeph Wfllrton Baileys report of additional expenditures since tho fil ing of his first ntatement shows a total of of which la for traveling expenses and for hotel Not Spending Much Iiooney reports additional ex penses of which miikcs hla to tal Contributions of to ward his campaign fund are reported by candidatefor Ltoii tenant reports no additional Culp reports a total expenditure nf CISCO ROAD MADE COMMON CARRIER t I THE WEATHER J I Bast and West Twcaa Friday partly cloudy Julv Commission has Issued an order rec ognizing the Cisco Northeastern Hallway Company as a common car effective and entitled to he samo privileges and ratoo aa are n operation on other alao as to This is a new road and IB to operate netweon Cisco and twen tyeight pasatns through the heart of the oil TEMPLE MAN ENTERS CONSULAR SERVICE L July Hickar Bon of who recaJved his degree from the University of Texan at tho last June recently took the oxnminaion for the United States consular service haa been appointed to a position In trie consuls office at according to advices received t i ER mm ira nut FIRTH By Associated July part of the Committee of Kortyelght nationaJ called to create a new reconvened today following the formation of the FarmerLabor party last night and ronHldorod whether to organize still another national chairman of the Commit toe of suggested that Some of the dole gates appeared to favor it and there were demands to whether Senator Follette would stand as a Presidential candi date If Arthur Haya of New York opposed the step as un Texan Loads Bolt In the following debate Richard Potts of Texas announced that ho got everything he wanted at the Fartner convention and led a bolt from the Will you support us If we nominate LaFollette and Bryan hero Potts was t Potts retorted on his way Christenaen Is Parley the Farmer nominee for was in the hall as a but ho with Chairman Hopkins suggested that tho Committee of Kortyefght retain ita existence as a political organiza tion without a national ticket but re maining active in local and SUito mat Gilbert Koe of New former law partner of Senator La who has represented tho latter In the new partys was asked to Ive had great encouragement out of what haw happened here in the last two Roc We tried the experiment of getting middle clous peo ple in touch with the labor and though It lutu not worked it has not worked Says People Labor ia Intolerant the rest of us are They swallowed up everybody else because they had a plan and o group which worked v That wna I dofcot sco why should fly off in opposite direc tions and go to fighting each other Wo belong The question of Senator La Fol lettes accepting the nomination was Hoe Ho wanted his friends to find out whether there was a common a condi tion that would make a real political Ho wasaskcd to become a candidate finally upon a platform which contain ed somo things of which ho did not As an careful he could not accept and 1 think oven the labor men will respect his Chrlstensen Parley the fusion nominee for como bade to i tho FortyelgHters and interrupted I was drafted for the FarmerLabor he You and 1 wanted Senator La If by any means you now get I am not In your There was a am not going prove especially not to working men who nominated ChrJfitenften Ho then left tho CHRISTENSEN TO HEAD FARMERLABOR TICKET n July with dis sension and stripped of considerable of Its strength through tho FannerLabor party succeeded in launching a national ticket hero early thiH morning after a stormy allnight convention which did not end until alter 4 Parley Parker a Salt City was nominated for the by the and Max a Cleveland la bor was named as his running OnriHteuaen Is a former Hepub f coNTrNtnsp qy PAGE Soviets Agree to Accept British Conditions By Asso July conditions laid down in the note sent to Moa cow by Premier Lloyd George rel ative to an armistice with Poland have been accepted by the Russian Bolshevik according to a Spa dispatch to tho CHARGE TEACHER WITH CRIMINAL ASSAULT r July of at temptea criminal assault were filed again81 Dallas County school The charges wore ftlod by Barrett of West who alleged that Button vinltert homo Wednesday afternoon and at S ft cinl ta Tif July Effective at the Po lice Department of the except those men employed along the water front by private is sus pended by executive it was announced this afternoon by commanding State troops Also by executive order the the four city the city at torney and the judge of the Corporation Court are sus pended and restrained from performing or dischai any duty apper tain ingto their respective with respect to enofrcing penal laws of the State of Texas and the City of Galveston during the pen dency of martial July sion of local and civil officers is within the powers of the Gov ernor when a district is declared to be under martial held the Attorney General today in a thirtypage opinion given to in com mand of the State at Galveston and made public by Governor some action of this kind is in contemplation at Galves ton appears apparent tho lotal civil ofdcont In charge of a district declared to be un dor martial law mako no attempt to enforce tho suppress tho Insurrec tion and disorderly and make no attempt to restore obedience to tho or whcro the local civil of Cicero aid and encourage tho lawless element In their unlawful tno aa tho chlof civil hna the If in his judgment it neces sary In order to execute the luwa of tho to cauHo ho laws to be faithfully lo suspend tmch officers from office during tho period that martial law Is In force In the dis states General Curoton In the Whenthe local officers have under instruc tions from the aa cUH magistrate of the may proceed to enforce the civil law In the district declared to be under martial JEN7WOLTERS SIMPLY SAYS WATT July th eoranuuid of Stato troops declined to discuss the etory from Austin relative to tho At tornoy GonoralH opinion an to tho au thority for removal of Gnlveston city Tho only thing to do is to was the only comment General Wolters would If any such action Is contemplated no hint of tho time when orders will bo promulgated could bo FIGHT TO SECURE ORIENT EXTENSION IS NOT ABANDONED Special to TW July fight for tho Qxtenslon of the Orient Bail road to 72 miles south of U not according to Judpre James Cornell of that who that a letter hod heen received from Com missioner Meyers of the InteretiUe Commerco Commission stating that tho commission would be glad to glvo the people of Sonora another hearing tho question of a loan for the construc tion of thnJr U Is belloved that the officials of the road arrange a conference the Sonora people tho latter part of month or tho first of Cornell sayn that ho bellevea that htUf a million will be HUfflclont for a the rent of tha money to be contributed by tho communities through which the road will School July e at the wesalpn ot tho Summer term school at Howard Payne U larger now than at any previous time In hlil tory the f I ri 1 F i M L f Ti
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