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   San Antonio Evening News (Newspaper) - April 14, 1922, San Antonio, Texas                                The Daily With the Largest Afternoon Home-Delivered Circulation in San Antonioi Daily Average Paid Circula- tion for the Month of March, 1922 HOME EDITION United Press, International News and Universal Services Cable Dispatches from All Parts of World VOLUME 191. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922. PAGES 2 CENTS ln lne C1ly and In Kullroad stntlfmi. on u Camps 6c Copj. riven From Homes as Floods STREETS OF TOWN: FOOD Levee Breaks at Aldridge, III.; 25 Quit Flood-MenacedHomesinMun- cie Suburb; Mississippi sing By United Press. BEARDSTOWX, 111., April rising water from floods of the the Illinois River had driven persons from their homes here today and caused a loss of Following the breaking' of the levee which protected the city, the water has continued rfsinp. More than half of the city's population has moved to high grounds, the homes under water from one to six feet deep. Constantine of Greece? Lonfj Sufferer With Mysterious Malady, Is Seriously RUSSIAN ANSWER TO RECON-1 STRUCTION PROPOSAL IS POSTPONED. fl D.NOA, -TciH 'Ml'l'iclllly l.y liciilih oi'iit'in h'crod n, tirjMiii Ijt'cji s in maintaining sani- ]Ku.-Mrs JKIVO u in city was flowing through the It-mi- X KIreels nt tilts i-ity today. The Hurl inm on tjuiiicy, ihc ouly rail line :he been I i-iit off and fond is lioiiis' brought in April inturnr.iional j nic conference may adjourn i next learned this nffer- nofni. The answer of George TchH-.-iicrin. j head nf the jtussi.in delation, t-i the j proposals oC the Allied exports lor the j reconstruction of Russia has been post- poned until ripxc Germany today put t lie coufrrr-nce j on the road lo one- "t1 its t'oiir j fiiiam-ial true! ion. oC submitting :L prompt brief reply 110- i-erithur integrally the allied fiunucial proposals. The Herman which was re- j dii'-Til I" 100 words from nearly "UO liases (lo'-unientf, insisted, liiMvc'Vpr. j thjit reparations must be.1 foiisidered iu i hi- of national budgets. Allied experts submitted a oCn- e.-.ii plan for n basis for the (Jenoa con- This lias boen considered for rntnrimtionn! Xt-ivn Service, r.-i-uei'. This lias boen considered for I M'-t.'LL'UK. ill., April Icree j Hirer? days by members of the lour sub- at i'o miles north of i economic, financial NEW April tUtiC'K of war- -by! 1 Mliic. Senieiuifr. Orn. St'tiU-Ilnl'f, the pow- erful ataman ot' thi> uiartc that last when JIT husband taken to Ludlotv Surrejulert'd by liis bondsmon "for i? jtairlollc Stun en oft' tried iin- KiJC'L-csstully ttt pet another company (o go his hail. The pearl neck- ra Trillin and platinum wrivt watch which Mrs. Seini'iioff gave the liMu'injr coiiipi'.ny n-i w.-ourity fur her h us lid's bail wore rt'turned to her. Shu Uid not the t-otnpany a rn- -rpipt until she had connrrd trie last of the po.irls 'lie and had inn-: I nil tin1 prci-ifus 'ITe of Seim-imff in hiinlcntpU'v M' 1h- t vein Home I'or'-iifM Trading Com- wliii'h was lo have been f hl'.jrd .'iftprnoni] Tnisr- Sonienol'f slirirtlv before noon today, tr> reports refc-ivod. No re- of loss of life or details have rfi-r-ivcd here-. Kvery effort is be- to movi> lifo stock n rid mov- >U; properly to higher ground. Bv Inter national NeU'M ice MTXCIK, Ind.. April niK-s in liivorsidc, a fashionably sub- nrlf of Mitncie, have been vncntcd of risinjj and ofher fam- ilies are prcparins1 lo move, Whitp UivL-r, which last reached The lushest level since IK rnported a foot; higher this and risini; rap id! jr. J-'arms {hronphout County and Kastern Indinua are inim- daled nnd f.'irmers dfcliire damage and delay io planting will amount to (hoii- fr.itids of dollars, street ear tracks In several p.irts of the city are under waiT and traffic lias hcen jtrenrly CUP- tailed. A The Gcniiiius and were fjivcii an opportunity to submit: couuter proposals in eneh division. The G'-r- man r'-ply, presented today, enables the fiuaiirlal comraisaion to pet mirier'way. Tin- Ilussian.s niatle their sussestious of Hie noliti'-.-ol niost important filnre it with Ktt- relations with still ficlaycd lodny. The Ilnssian delegation for an additional 24 hours, in which to submit their counter pro- which are niidcratood to be lengthy. 'i hn economic commission, r.nof.her of the fuiir Kululjvisinna of tlic rtr.il work today. Icmbprs of the commission agreed Mult the experts' rnport, ilrflwil up it could Nation mi com mission arc Two subcommittees t'nitiKl i today, with: MKMI'IIIS. Tciin., April, 1. Customs" restri'-tion lliver is rising at nil betwp.nn Cairo anfl Mf-nijthis, Vt'iili a of -iu.'j here, u 2-fcmt i.s expected, and relief parties left Helena, ns a basis for pniiffi until today. Sonienoi'f ;if- today to aid people in HIP of seizins thousands r.f I botworn thr- and Mississippi Kiv- nf rrtmp.'iny's provisions ;nul j ers. Supplies ur-d food werp sent in in Siberia. Col. Kru-isky. former aitarhe of (he Jtussinn ciiilKissy. accompanied Semen- nfC to Jail. An !i Item tit mnd" to nrrt-vt :t folvrr. but h" In1 slKMVfd Ih.Tt lie had n permit for carry- ing firearms. Attorneys for Scmenoff said they :'n ni tier Is PS pen "d to his _ EFFORT MADE TO ASSASSINATE SMUTS hoards r.j in condition. flint PINE r.Lf Ark.. April Hnpirl Continued on Tnjre Two. I snbfomniirfcpp nrp froni the f'von Icndintr n tions, Grcnt Britain, ItnJy. ?liim, Japan, nnd  in JUDGE ROBERT W. B. TERRELL "overruled all'of the exceptions and I demurrers of all parties" in the "Lambert-Black" Health Depart- ment suit in the 73d District Court today, refusing finally "to" reinstate a temporary injunstion restraining 23 appointees of Mayor Black from taking office. Mayor Black's appointees in Mayor Black's department, established by ordinance March 13. last, to embrace the City Health Officer and his assistants, were- to go to work today. The 23 men Wednesday refused to true office during final hearing of Commissioner Lambert's injunction TVllO hf-reliy lieifl tn bo CHrCAGO. April I ;ind liigljcT fooil K. Jf. ik'tit rif tlio Brotherhood of Itaihvjiy and Steamship Clerks, told the Unlte'l states Ilailroad I.nlior Board today, In opposing the railroads' demands fur a reduction in -w.-is-s. "Tile business he declared, "is indicated by the srondy ir.crcasc iu banl; i.-iearinjrs. UisinLr wholesale prices farm products follow." rifed figures la thr1.' while _tlie o? clerks had increased 3lli ner ccut since ]H1S. fond (ifices ore 12u per cent He for the of a'niinimum st.indurd of living and presented a report showing that at present a family 01 five- rannnt be nhiintnineir at "a minimum nt health and decency" on less tlmn a year KLAN MUST DISBAND, SAYS SAM COCHRAN, MASONIC OFFICIAL Coolness Hetweeit TumultySf and Wilson Is Confirmed Latter Kepisdiates 6Message? split ihe embarrassments that such a course have brought during his trying last days in the White liuuso. SPLIT WILSOX AWAY. Tk i The Wilson-Tumulty rresident and His aecre- j t tary Behind Late Dis- 'Sj SSoSniS! i io rhc ".inside story" of tlio affair as loM hr Mr. Wilson's friends todaj-. j The former President is said to have I'ffu Jiiphly displease'-! with some of rho p'.hclcs at the White Hnu.se diir- I KIJT bis absence, but not in a posi- lion to make a c-h.inpe ni Thnt time because of the pressure of public busj- niul tlio fact that his nwn time Two Years7 Growing Es- .trangement Between Ex- avowal liiitl its i time Mr. The cxccu- nppointoes; nor is anythinpr or adjudged with co to tile validity ordinnnrv? of tbp city or any nsion thereof; hiit nil otbnr mat- fors involved in this c.inse and ex- i eluded frnra the soopfl of this order I shnll remain in abeyance as if s.iid i temporary In junction never hail been prnnted. subject to further orders us may be mnOe by this court in tliis c.-itipe should oof.nsiftn arise therefor, "To nil of -which the plaintiffs (Com- misisionrr Lambert) then and there in open court fluly excepted and cave no- iteo ntipnai rn the Cnnrr of Civil Ap- fir (he Fourth Judicial District j The was entered nt noon ami Viy Terrell. The hearing this morning lastod two HOUSTON, Xe.Y... April Ku Kins Klnn should rtis.bnnd, declared P. Cochran, 'Ballas, Kovereign inspector goncral of Mnsons In Texas, attending Masonic ceremonies Lore. "If the Ku Klux Klnn h.Td n. reason '.vlilch justified ils organization, the situation which brought about that reason has 'entirely Cochran asserted. "Conditions in the State of '1'i-yns show that disbanding tbe or- is BAND CONCERT TO BE GIVEN AT POST PIECE OF THREAD SAVES HER Ajiril Mrs. FJON CARVER, 27 .years old, 911 North Pine Street, may die as the result of a midnight brawl which started at Horn Palace Inn last flight. Three others were Tu-o inches of. Carver's skull, a blunt instrument, wielded deadly aim, had crushed the bone, was removed at Robert tf- Green Hospital. Carver's only hope for recovery lies in a blood trans- fusion operation, physicians said. The wounded man is a brother Duke Carper, city detective. C. A. Oppermnnn. deputy constable, 707 West Travis Street1, was (.-barged aggravated assault in, Court, Witnesses told Chief Deputy Sheriff New ton thiit was struct on the head with a hammer. Niiiu other ineti and hclU in the Sheriff's office and charge.3 probably will, bo filed ago ins t Tim uffray night en me a a tlic climax uC ;i series of "rough house'' at road houses ssurrouudiug the city on pll Conditions havo be- rome worse during the last few over before in the history of city, (Charles Stevens, former now a FudernL prohibition ugent, dci-hiruu today. J-'etleral anchorities have joined tlio roljee and Sheriff's forces iu. an iii- ot! the The onnse of bisc night's all1' was believed to be u blonde-haired woman called who snid to have slapped Carver while at thf> Horn P.'iIiK-'e, Jnn, Uppermnnn Is reported to havn en- th-> fight nnd friends of Curcer CHICAGO, snvi-d -McCnrmick liavc 1 she pice Kdith Kock( toiiny. Mrs. ('nrniick '.vas iiLitii-'icil by the ilepiir'nieiit that she would not tri pay duty OU UN pieces of Jiic broupht from Switzerland. i that the thread binding: the ant-iQue was old :uid not 1C the thread had been new and the lac'n won M hare been of recent maniifac'iire, duty would have boen assessed on if, TAKEN IN DAYLIGHT HOLDUP CLEVELAND, Ohio. April monds ami other valued at more than were, secured by three bandifs just before noon in a daylifrht holdup of the store of "lax Kurjan. After looting the store cf scmg, tlic audits made a getaway and escaped i the crowd of downtown nhoppcrs. D. C-. April U President Harding today out flatly in favor of a navy of men and against rhe slush 10 ui.OOU ns provided hy the JTuuse Appropria- tions CoinmiLtee in the naval appro- priation bill. The FrpKJdcnt's notion was 17) a letter to of Ohio. Tlic'tcxc of Uie lortvr was kept 11 cJosn secret, but "Ivlpr navy" advocates plan to }t ns (he "trump <'.-ird" nsninst the "little nary" forces in thy House debate todiiy or tomorrow. GOTHAM WATCHMAN ADMITS ASSISTING ROBBERY OF SAFES NEW YORK, April night wntebrann of the Insurance was 1'oiind nnd bound p.irly" todiry appnr- by bandits who lootoil'satV-s in the building of more than -on- fossed to the polk-c he had aided ia thp robbery. operating in co-oporation with the ivntcliinaii, (he bisr or- iiro building, far below llio doatlliin? ostablisliod by The police, and secured considerably looc from seven ofi'kes. MAN WHO SHOT NURSE RELEASED ON BOND THE WEATHER n.v GEORGE K. HOT-MKS. Inlernntioiuil News Service StnTf yAslIIMiTO.V. f.. April Woodrow Wilson's blunt and ilil.ilifiOfl Topiidiatitm of delivered t" itK: I iu York -Saturday niirht by his Ctnry. Juscjth r, TiiRJUltv. broiiu'lit pen confirmation today ttv [lie nown to Inside DL-mouratic in 'ie "Capital for :i dei-ider] pxisr< between Mr. Wilsnn and s former aide. Ttat-k Mr. T'liblic dis- that Mr. Tumulty i? his spnkrs- nn in political, lies a two y tars' ticadljy growing taken up in trying !n tiie jockv ruad the Loapruc ff Xations and the VprsiiilJt-s Trenty, -I hc-n canic The swin- around the uuiniry anil the Ion- Mliifs.- np io the Jast day of son's sf.'iy in the House of. TnmuJtv pitlir-r-s. pur the executive offices while Mr. Wilson lay betwi-eii lifp am] drntlj in The Man- sion, :i hundred ynrds nwny are snif! tn have pained "Mr. Vnisnn a jrrtat deal. Mr. Tumulty saw very little of tho President during the Just months of the -Administration. What contact have ltron-ht there was between the sick President an'l 3lis; secretary was   "Morrfinp Urmn of. (2> "Court (rj> "I -Love i f-i) "The Df-struftion of ArlriTi- selection. "Mile. (Hnr- {liprti; fox trois. "J-oIa Lor" A n t o n i o j "K-a-I.tj-A" LONE BANDIT TRIES TO ROB MAIL TRUCK GRAXITE IU., April darln? attempt by a lone bandit to rob a United States "mail truck of. S.'n.OOO in currency was foUed shortly before r.oon today by the lyatchfulness of postoffice 'inspectors, stationed alons the route which the truck followed. a pistol duel in which a score oC shots whistled the .streets of tbe liiisiness section of the rcwn. Palldy Conway of St. Louis, for- mer conviet, M-.TS arested, charged with the attempted holdup. L, MrAuliffp. flfctr-'.-'on, rii jissanlt (ft uiurde.- ill CMiinocCion ihc shout i n (r ol! at ih.? Onny Tuberculosis IJosrdt.'jI, was re- leased bond lalo aft' ernoon, Mrs. lioxeniau stilt is sc- rious condition at sauCi lio-picil. She is a nud has two chil- dren. MeAiiiitTr" has ;t sni.'ill son. living at Ifoustmj, ivhom he says he; has not SK-II for six SEHIMNT OF STRIKE NOTCLOSEBY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS SAY IT IS TOO SOON FOR STATE MEDIATION. WASHINGTON, C., j4prli Govcmnifnt officials who dcnlins with ihe National coal strike Ijold little Iioiie ,-it present for nn jm- .'urt'ialc tjcttlpinciit that will brlDfr the uiiTKM's t" work, it Jcarncd today. FollowJiifr an hour's conference with Prosklcnt Hnrdiiip, Atlorncy Genernl thiit it wns "too for tlic (Jovcrijment to nuike any ef- fort to riid the strike, while Chairman Nolan of the Tloufee Lnbor Commfltcii clnrcrl there wns little settling the controversy In the soft nl iiiirn-K until wnjie nesorlatlons wore effected In the antbrnclte fields.' TNDIANAPOLIS. Inil.. April Attorney Ucncrnl Dausherlys visit to the se.nt ot union nctivltlea In Amer- mine wnr "hurt the sltunt.Ion rathpr than helped strike leaders toriny. "Additional confusion" created by the Attorney HenTnl's y4slt. rlp- nnrcil "U'illinm E, (Ircon, scerctary" treasurer of Hie Unifcd Mine Workers'. Rjiillo Itlll IN Sinned. WASHIXGTOX, c.. April Prcsiilont Hardln? today signed 1i bill lor three yearn the use "f Rovcrninent. radio for Benrtinc press ilisp.-itt'hos across the Taclflc Ocean Spring Is Here Lots of replacing must be considered. If you are an ad reader you can do more and better "re-placing." Act on the information you gain from the store ads m The Evening without delay. Your Evening News has grown up to meet your need and serve you. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. REEVE TO BE HELD TOMORROW XChis condition would aD open split before Mr. Wilson ;ftr tae TVhltc House, his friends said i.ie exchange of notes and memoranda "day.'bad It not been for the !onz i llness cf tbe former 'President and Continued on rnjre Two 4 n. m. a. m. t- a. in...... 7 a. ni 11 a. m..... 12 noon.... 1 2 p, ra..... ra___ SO Temperature Yen? Apo Today 1 Highest........ S7 Lowest........71 i No. -5. Funeral services will be held tor.ior- rnw afternoon at 4 o'clock" for Mrs, j Maud g. liwve. 42, 1211 West Magnolia Avenue, who died .it u local liospitil at o'clock last night following a Ions Mrs. lirere ia surrfVed by her hus- band. J. P. Ueere; a sister. MIM. II. C. iTOOdc of Galveston, and three Forest Morris, It, A, ?.iorris and JohB Morris of San Antoinn. Interment will be in City Cemetery PISTOL BULLET BRINGS END TO LIFE OF DARKNESS 'T' HE florrow of n blind mnn ivns ended lawt nisllt with the bul- let from n .in-caliljcr pistol. Knhen Molly. who rould not see the bcnutlful hills nnd the floiver gardens which pointed in many colors, will no longer brood tliroiiRli the eve- ninKs over flie wonderful- thintrs (Jnlt Providence prevented him frnm He WJJN dead in his room. late with a bullet wound over lus eye, A revolver with one'disehnrced eiirtrldcre was found near tho body by Cnpt. Albert O. Van Klptr. chief or who investigated tho death. The body wns turned over tn n lornl undertnker, Funcrnl services have not yet been nrranffed. An will be conducted this aft- ernoon. forced Mm to leave the nlaee. was just before midnight. A half hour later, the fiffht was re- sumed iu front nt the Southwestern Insane Asylum. Here, trco other uieu besides Carver and Oppermaun re- ceived Injuries, In addition to a laceration oE tlio face, Oppermann received a op the 1-ead from some heavy Instrument. H. K. Mills. Kelly Field soldier, was struck ou the forehead, but was not seriously hurt. Both were treated at the Itobcrt Green Memorial Hos- pital. Carl Uavis received lacerations of the rifiht; wrist. While the fijriit ivas in progress, an automobile filled with "joyriders" dashed by the scene and notified Joo Espjuosa and n.  uecefisfnr mnn will be ftlvett n box (fllx HeatK) for the perform- nt which li'ltt song: Is flnnr. FRED HUMMERT The name of Hnmmcrt Is a pnsraatee for best la Wall Paper, Paints. Art and Wtodo'B; Glass, 611 East Houston Street, H. L. WAGNER DRDG CO. _ 1'wo convenient Dreg Stores. .Crockett SSS ydj j EDNA POLHEMDS I The tat that best accents year I ridnallty yoaififji- .200. ir lofll- Alamo I :AUTO AND TAXI SERVICE SL50 ser Hoar. Trios !5c on. (AdrJ CALL CHAS: p. HALL ILiU Karsten for General lar snranre, OS -Gnnter Bldfc (EL -MS. J FRED HDMMERI It u Important that yoa bay the best In Wail Paper, Mitidtlfc SGI? Glass, BIT Honetoa Street, -x   

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