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   Sweetwater Nolan County News (Newspaper) - February 20, 1920, Sweetwater, Texas                                 ■ T 1 •  sssc  SWEETWATER. (NOLAN COUNTYi TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, .1320.  M M UKII  . To fimsh Is Plan of Raflway Brotherhoods  nraCANS RELEASE AHERICAN MINER  IT^HlrtaTON, Feb. 20. — Union Ijid otHcer» o( iho Amcrl-mrMon of Labor and tho rail tmBUterhooda, today had well H» tight In CongreBH •ÜliUlt tbe adoption of ihu rudruft ' r«Ur(Md reorgantwH"" '>'»•  ot the unions provides ii^'ibr a d«termlncMl light in (hi! l^M and the Senaio. If It Is d<> ■1 KattUd there the contruvorHy will bt. «kfe^n direct to President Wilson in ' fUt hope of getting his voto.  lit Sallen Heavier Loss Fnm Fire Than West  éllullíélf^pi vaulev states re-fiort vper cent of damage or éeKtiHe country.  George Favors Recognition Admiral Robert E. Psary, Of The ^^^^^^^ ^J ^^^^  dlbAntK MKiKto _ . , ,,, n  NINE; 13 KILLED D18S At Washington Msie  ITALIAN PRLIMILK ALSO JOINS ENGLISH PREIVIIER IN A PLAN TO OPEN PEACE NEGOTIATIONS  IT. ' ■ I  ITt'Ill IT  (Akiociated Press) ■«^ABHINOTON, Feb. 20- — The ^tem Bection ot the country an.l tie MlBBlsBlppl, Valley suHtain dam én br forest fires far In cxcess of thtit In the West, great as is the de-Val'Utlon of timber In that region, the ►"'¿roBt Service annonnces. Willi ani average annual loss over a porlud or three years amounting to $20,727,-BIT, the region Ijlng east and south oC Ollll^; Kentucky and Tennessee sustained 32 percent of the duinugo to the MlMlsslppl Valley, exclusive Of Mississippi State, the annual avur age damage was 61 per cent ot the to tal. This average for the Mississippi VaH«T, however, includes the unns ► i^lly heavy losses In Minnesotu in which alone aggregated -2S,000.  000.  These facts are cited to show tlie  t»-  WILSON WELSH ADAMS SAFE AT SALTILLO, BUT WHETHER THE RANSOM WAS PAID IS NOT KNOWN.  NKW YOUK, Kil) 211. Wilson Welsh Adams, Ihr Anu.ru an mino »uptrintencicnl. li»« 1>''ti rriiMh.'il by Me.\iiiui band.ts who kidnapptit him tur riiMBoni fi»tn I'n.viilriK In mine in Moiim and he iirnwil Haltiilo today, at (ordina to a t 'l (Kruni ri/<fivid i>.v the in  .Metal Co , ills cinidojoi.  The bandilíí ili;iiuinuni ran  som but tho toloKi-aiM iliil nil! whether the nionoy was paid or whethur his roieaso was formi by the Mexican k,o\i i nmoni. troops.  I A ^ ^U' M  I'AUIS, Koh. i;il.  (Ivor.i'o f.l \ 'Tí: I ll,. Oiiilli' ' 1 I r.r  11', i;i'li.il inn;: uilli lili:... a, tlirou^rli ;i.\ i;i: |.ii vi:i(iit. |{i>l-;|<cviki t . j.pTfn l;il i \ f ill (■ii;.i'n''ia'--' n. ;iii'l I ■ ;i pii u i .¡111 hi'- ni.il 11 r In I'll nil' r Ni; 1 i ni It.ily, a' ' II: Iliiii; In i In- 1m lo I'm-I'riTnioi- Milloi.uiil li.is boon loi-.il l.'d to l.lMlll-in ill 0 lUnoi-linil WlHl Ilio pi opti al  I A; ...I. iaN ll I'll- SI l.dMKiN l''i ll :iii r,;.hlir\iki fiii'i'. ha'.i- liipt .ri-! A I'l lui ii n-l mi ■Ilio Whili' .'^oa. aiionlTit; In Mn iirv ■ »ir-loss. U hiios ,il>:> >!• iio,! . ||o tio.v ii .mil lli(. triiiipr. jiiini il Ilio 1 U.lslo uki, ' tho no s -aKi' ib'olai oil  damube. succkf.ds constantinople cident.  IN MAKING AFTLR AC  I -y •  ■ll ITi  I '  I' \l:l.'-. I i.iiiuho : 11 ,1 i:: mil l.uin; i-.lll : I. I'.i.  p. I 1,1 - .  . \ pio 1(111  1'  limit  (•■II..  Wilshington, Feb. 20.—Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary, U. S. N:ivy, retired, died at his home here today from pernicious anemia. He is credited with having discovered the North Pole.  -lo r  lill of  -.1 ll.  Illil MM  „ .h Kill,  longhohn products man  intfre:sted in nolan  1,1 r n I  II.,1 I Ir 'll.  Olid lor i!i  -w York  PARENTS GET DAMAGES  FOR DEATH OF THEIR SON  (Siieriul to till' l!cii .:li :)  AUSTIN, I''eb. Th,. S ato in  d\istrliii iici idoiit board has d' oidoii that tiie parent'! ol I'.inoiaiio Aranjo. employe of Annoiir H <'o. of Kort Wortli, who wai- kil'.i'd while at woi K are entitled >.i ooinpensailiin Inas much as he sent tbom m"Tioy on which to iivo. Tb,. Wo.lor,1 r.isiilty comi)any aocovdliiKly iiaol to tlioin i:i()Uil and Tastano a:id l''i rin'na .•\raii-jo iiavo ;;oiu; ba( k to Mi'Xioo wTlli a roll lo '.pond ihoir dool nlni; yoar -.  Tilo lasi aiL. ioi" In i!io 11 ii i; li W.ii ():fi(0 on llii' niirib Kiis-ian sriialíiiM «ore tliat 'n Kolirii ,ry is. Hi" roil fcroos w I-I o (11 Ulitis snilli 111 .\roli-anj'.ol. Ilolslioviki |h^j os--1 ,[i of tloi oilv \Mull(l lliOÜIl ;i lll.lti'nal  of  1  DIES AT LOMESA  .1. II. TooU-r 1,111,1,.1 ;,, I'. .MiMullaii ol Sw- • hi:- lioin.- ai l.o^ii,-..! 'rii,-- ;l,i> ami \\ ■ hui ioil ih"ro \Voilno.',ila>, .k uriiiii-I'l inf.:i! ion rom-liiiit; Mr .Mi-Mii ii.ii,  Britain Jealous; Wiii Wanage China Fortunis  T I' VS'al'h. Ill 1 'n,,l111 ino W,,r'ii, I- in I ll,  III ih.- 11:1, I,-.-1 i : , ,1111 Io op, li I T 1 ,l,.;l IMI- il,-|  Thi- Ilk In > pro,l:i,-'- .ili-r m-,-r. ■ l.oiif.i S ■ , I , 111 ■ ; <n,-i ill,- .-1, 1 ill,' I n,|,-i|  I , ' I, : . 1 ■ 111 ,1 r ' ill,' (Ik  i!"iiiDiir. III. I'f 1 > ,ly :,'!■ ,1 f.'W , "k  ,, 1 I - , , ,111, ,.11, \ w ll i, ll  1 :, hr .11 h ,.1, ,-•' or  ol l,.'l,  ,11, ,'i n II.I 11.111.,' 1 il :i :.in, I'. T"\:is pio-  .! .1 i i.ili , ,1 I', al > -hail I  II .\|,ill  WTo II 1,1 111  I  I'ol  W .1  , I I:.! 1 .11 1.1 lililí, I'll J :. 1 11 >,' nil 1 ,1 ' ,, ,',' (1 Tr'i , , ¡ ■ 1 , ' ■ : Il k 11 ' '.V 11, !■'  Ill  I .l.i,'  I h.ii ll,''l I i- I I ill ol thi'  ; r.d I ;  of .-ii'P ll,l'.\ ivili/.i'il rl oW n  11, i,'- .■>  Til  , k ll  iir,i iiir, , 111,' ,li  ( ■  M I'o  ■ I, 1 ,<k I llllv  ,| I'M  I', ll  I.W  ii'pt, 111 hi r ll To -' . "l olk,  .11,.; ^-ii,!', \  1.1 I'.lpl'  ll ,l  Kav, '1. i.it  , II  .111,  ol, or I',  ll, ll ili:  I.  'I'  '11,  Deposit Slip Case Is  Reversed At Austin  I  americans in charge of the criminal appeals court will  ■ h I, ',1 ■ I  i-laiiii ' 'ai ,\¡ 1 :1 ! r 'I I'. .11 .  ■Alili, l'I llll'pl' I loil, our ilay - lai'i , ll , -W'iiii l-i',ii>  1.1 ,1-h  .1 I'.i'i  Fish Hatchery Is New  Plan For West Texas  BILL before congr.ESS to ef. lAulljri GOVERNMENT plant  ,', r I- hristoval.  A 1,1'  , I !  Ih,  ,r ll  i'ol,  ; 11 ( i 1 Hi,  ill  ,,| ll  I'.,I al.  BALLIMGER MAN SUES HIS  assailant for DAMAC  CHINESE POTTERY COMPA,N NIES TO BE REPLACED BY ENG LISi-MEN.  HALLI NUKK, I'Vb. 20.  A suit  hold in case of pilo pinto county man that duplication is not forgery.  1 "1 1.  in li  I' ,, IlKlllii ill .I'l; - l 11-111 of  , i I ',,!■: lo \ :i! I '1 , !i 11 ''. .l-^ 1,> \!i iliol-, ii'l iiii'. i......  ireat need of more efficient fire-pre j  nervation measures-. East as well as; lor $2il,omt damagos was llloil in ibo West. The reports indicate that Ihe jdistrlcl court lu ro We inesday mom greatest number of fires were started j Iuk by JudKos .\i. c. Sa,iih and .ino.> br f»mers burning brush and by the il. Gnlim for C- H. Tubbs aKalnst W railroads. -lionnan, aoiordlnn to iho Daily  _________ ' Lodgor.  PRICE OF "jake" may I The suit Is tbo rosnll of a dlfli  AVIATE WITH PROFITEERING ; cuity betwoen 'I nlibs and (iornmn  ____and the sliootinK of Tulibs by Cor  (Associated Press) man on tho stro^Ts or llalllnnc r last  LONDON. Feb. 20. — Agitation week, against profiteering In .lamalca, llri 1 The plaintiff uHokos in his poii tlsh West Indies, has become so wide- tion that the defoiidant had done ipread that the local government has iiim personal itijnry lo the abovo » been asked to pass legislation similar'amount of damaKos. ail. ging thai  ! somo time ago bo rontod one liundrod ! acres of Uuid from tlio ilofondanl. up-I oil wliich ho was arranr.inf; to mako la crop. That dofiMidiiit iiooam»! dis isati.sfied witlii his liado aflor bo had leased the land lo plaint ff and sot iiboiit lo run liim olf the piaio by throats and ini imidalion.  ■'P,',  -M ■ ; 1,1111  al ill 111 ;T1.V. !'• ..f . i-.'ii Ihi' oa.,' ,'l r ITniii (iiaiii\',  lii.il ilio > Vl(l, |  • lll.l ,1 i 11 I Ì!,' ,11 , hi'lil ll  ii.il 11 W  il  ii,.',al 1  1 i 1 I ill. . {1 , OH 1 h,' ,1 111,1  to the English Proflteoring Act.  snrsMiEBiU'  SEEHS FAVORED BY THE SENATE  measufle wouild give to con  an^ibb alone power to dis  p08e op german liners.  PARDON COLORADO COUNTY  NEGRO AFTER 20 YEARS  SIIA.n;c,II..\I. l''oh .\n , r a r i ü ,.'P,', ia I io i lio K, p  I iiiinoil ,issiioil liy Ib,' lii ,li:Ti ¡.ovorii moni in Loinlon. nf wbiih nniu,' has lioori nioivoil boro, roipiire- Ibat Ilrl-Iish siilij.'ots shali laki' llio plao,' nf .'\niorii ans as niananiin; diroi lors <ii China Conipanio.,'' iipcr.itliig iii ilio Oiioiil iniil, liiuish loiiisti'r.  'I'liis alloots a lariio niinilur of liiisilloss 1 oiioorns ooniluoloil in Ihe l'ar l'!.ist iiy .'Vnii rioaia:. osj,,' i.Ulv in ! Shaiií'liai wliii li i.-^ a o'-iiioi' oí .'\iiiori lan (iiinmoriial aoiiviiy. 'lo ihoin tilo (inlor ionios wiili sliiniiinr, affi il. ll:, ossonlial |ian roail::;  ".\o iiorsiin iillior llian a ürillsh 1 siibjool r, sidoni \s llliiii tli liiiii:- ui I Ibis onlor, siiall lu l .is inan.ii inj; ilir-j I rhir or in ,iii> po-iiion :-iiiiil.ir in on.iM,' illiat nf maiianinf'. iliio.ior, or sliall i.-ial i iillioruis, roiso ;;onoial cu i.iili II,uv  slaiitial oontnil ol a Cliin.i Company." u.i:; lo, lili, il ! .'\ fino nf a day is niipiisoil up iu lii, .'li|i li ; nii llio ooaipany and oM-ry diiiiloi Williaiiis a:-I .mil nian't;or wlm lailat,':. 11:,- nrd,'r, iiimi ,iml noi Failiiro In inliiply willi It will bo con- aiol lliai lior h. : aii.l \\  ,r lilis at Iho lililí' ll,  111 l'.il'  ; Tan  ■ ,1  \av ^  iM'l'l  ;i - íni'.;', .il.,l Un bank, ■l'ili' í-iinii'il lo loiin ill 111  Il Ih.'Il'  r> of .1 , ■- in II,  liiil'lii l'I, 1,1 -how  l'I li  "1 li , 1. ■ I \ 1,1, 11 ■ 'i iiiii  i 1, .1 , 1 ,'i  ,1 I  I" \ 1 , '-'1 ¡1111.1 1-, il,'-,'. 11 ■ ,',! 1,1 -.v ■| n,.l I li,  ili 11  r,,¡.  '1.1'  hank, all'I iiri.v |„al io in.Il p  ,1 lo i,!|,|  . i ,i !, >1 I 111' 1 ili nini 1.11  ,|; • il I'  I '1' l.il  li' p  ci 111 I'  In k  TI  i li II,  :  I'll in:'.':  '1' r of  li\ .Mi  I (Special to till' Iteporter) I .ArsTl-N', Kob. ;j(iTiio iioard of ! Iiardoa advisors iiavo rocnminonded WASHlNOtON, Feb. 20. — The , the pardon of .lobn lloazloy, sent up Senate Commerce Committee today ¡from Colorado oonniy aimui iweiiiy iered a faTorable report on the hill; years ago to do a life lorm for murd-ihlhiyng" th® anle of 30 former Uer-1 er. In his petition iteazley assoris passenger liners except a» may that he iiillod anoilier nemo; and he provided for by Con-, that it wusn t any panimlar loss m  tlioi coiuiuuuily. ilo assorU thai tlio  sliU'i'oil as Krmind iiiinn whii h .ai nrilor for windnu: up ilio oonipaii} may bo nia,!o in o:mii I  .M,', l iiij'. ' o; 1 ho .'Mil:' 1' .111 I ':,.i mil' r nf rmninorro an i ih ■ .'Viiioru ; t^n, iatinn nl riiin.i w, ro c',lU oiiss tho now ordor. Al i ho:  ilii  .\s  TI In ill l.'lli'l  mm Meets With 1 Hen Tonite; iterinLeague  other nogro had oul him np wiih a razor iiiid he foarod another attack; heneo he shot him as som as lu; saw him when he roc ovorcd from the first:!"'"'""'''" injury.  lleaziey has lost a luiiid as a result of an accident in the furniture factory at Uuntsviile; and this helps to get him the [lardon.  la In the League", was |aok from Abilene at local fans who WtttM; Moni». newlV elected _ 01 tho West texaa Base-ftj'gTf "tbMO yaatorilay. This aa aource ot gratifica-vto looal tn» and U eviilenoe ot 1lrM»t«»l(o aplrtt ot those who ibotr otfort and time to " ' tor SwMtirater.  háÁ heon mad« aa l^tag into the thought It Ulo' ttftlosa aa ègM«t to. jIfcyo Ott suited  máí^i MñmitM  ttt lUkT« flttBdl^  ..............  NEW TRIAL GRANTED  ui ro dr.iflod a.iid ail'lio:- ,-1 In Ilo' Hrilisli Chauil),'!' of (', iiiiii' r, " ami 1 ilo r.ril ^ii I'liiiia , I .ill "11. I'll" texti! nl tbo.-o loiiois v.oi iMl d,, rl,!.-a'd lull ll w.,.-^ :iia(,,l t'la'. Hull li onininoi'i lai intoiesis wo,.' lol,! iliai if an all' iiipl i.s mad,' io i uior.' ' i lo' of the nrdi r. Iho fiiluro I,' latioii.^liip ol ,\in,'ric 111:! .ml liiilo-li in tlU' I Irioiil ill ll'' nil or l!i 'I  ll u.is plaiin'.- l al-^ I'.l Hio mo, liii o! tho Aniorican inl'ro,ts lo siiid a cablegram nf prnio..t tu tbo .\iii. n can State 1 loiiartiiioiit a' \S':ii liinrl' M Sonii' of thi' lar(.';osi lim-uo ooii oorns in tlio Orioni aio ,.ff i lo,l b.'  , I i loll' .'. 1 i i I  1 ll,. lu- t,i,;,  l.irK<'-l lia\,'  I11, n 1 111 111 >■  i'l,,1,1 . -liii,  lions. It i'- h  ,il! 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M li'.'il wl  l,al ,-ll,-.! i, '.' .1 1 oil 111 11 11 1 ,11-; ,ir '1 ,oii l'i\s ilr.i \ 11 in a iii.i iiin-r in f;,l lo r il I',.,» o;i. r ,11, i. ■ ,i!ii,,,i,l I l'I. .'lid  111 i' 1 h law,, il,id iii'i'ii ilion t' H" o  I , ',-,1' :, o fio lia I r.id, i'iioh-i aiul j ir'i'.narily as the roaüon honor ( oP lo.ii lii, chiiM I ,uiipa!,ios a I fo lai' r ,1 and np-iaio:l by Ainorioaio. li! in piar,' ilo'iusiuos iind. 1 llnti'-h io);isliaIinii "ndor tbe ordì , ol ih" ri-'O.'- 11 Cnlnliy nl' llnn(\  Knu)4.  AÜB8EY BANK iS ROBBED;  rW'WfiV^  i'-., ail,  and ,-I >'i  I'liA'ii  ■  Jl' '  (¡Special to tho Reportnr)  AUSTIN, Feb. 20. — Joo Kosa, con-vlCVed in Tarrant county ol theft from the person, gets a new trial because the proceoutlon repeatedly asked him If he bad not been convicted under other names ot various crimes In different sections of the State; and tbe prosecutor even Intimated to the lury that he would offer proof to that effect; but he never did. Tha cdurt of criminal appeals holds ' It la not pernlartbl^ for the  ll^flmMatdr to create pre}uiillce In the ahbda ot the Jurors In any aaoh manner; and that It la «Utlnetif detri-ntoiitia to tho tatemta ot tha aoouaed  Treaty Pact With Reservations  Advocated By K F. G. O. F,  ié  NKW YOllK, Feb. 20. - Inunodiuio ratification of the peace treaty with senate reservation retaining for tho United States Its right to withdraw from the League of Nations on proper notice, declaration against article ten In Its pre.iont torm and demanding protection for the Monroe Doctrine in lett^ and «pint were advocated lu a platform adopted bere today by the New york 'Ate Republican Conven-Uon.  .,11, !■ , . ia i -:"i !1' ■',, n h • I!•:••<• yo tr  lllo ll. |- |,"'K ll 111 I , l'o  '.', MI la 11 ■ ll I''- a-, a j 1 ¡i i j'o , , a lid : 1 on 1 1.1 1 ll,'  of I ii-,'a lii,, li w lli ll lo ! , '! r.i'ii" lo \\'a:.li"iml,,n !', ■,''ii 1; i" ' ili',"i I,!-pian i II I lio ( 'oa i i".; i i,. n, i"l ^ i' ii ii • \ • \  llic s. 1!. spoiu lii^ sp re ru.o noiy. Iiir oiv'l I 111"lii.-i-' iii;; iin I p ■ i iu that branoii inin ih,' uav i ' .': , i, ■ 11.' lioraiui' 1.1,-ilion Olí I',' ir . I S \  llis fiisi as,-;ÍKniiii nl w.is lo llio irn pus. II,, Wiis a lo,id,'I- nf lllo sur', ov iiu'. fnr lllo \ 1, ;;raí;iiaii ranal rniilo, || ua:- whon lio ri'iiirnod in Washinulna that lio f, 11 upnn lllo linok .ilmul (iroi'ii land. and tlioroafier vi lual'y (nnso orau,'d hjnisolf In iiiilar o.xplorat nn  (ibliilniiiK loav,> tioni Ihe naval sor-, vloe he lo4 an oxiie liilnn Inlo Creen-  ..........'"''^............  i'losoti diirin^ tho mlluenza fl'ldemlc. , ,i¡j5^.,,v,.rod luul named are-  POSTPONE SCHOOL ESSAY  PRIZE ANNOUNCEMENTS  g'xnd vw'orkiinG alar ■-■t. worth cracki second sar-u in days.  i ....... '1 1 1 i-'  I'T WiiUI'll, I'' il -o ¡:.\ii.lil' I,, t l: :l 111' 111' i !'■' ,ii Ibi I".ink ; I '. all ,"' . ill I' ll |1, 1 i 'll' lo.'i o anil I'd NMlli a larc.o '.iiiii in o.i  I lirita'S.  !,,' pi', V a,11" lli'.'.hl I'll' I ■ ■ '  iioiir .'ViibroN v.a,-- rnlilioil oi :, Mill IhiuisaPd dollar vorlli of l.lb-,'riy linn,Is. Sllll'  TYPHUS WIPES OUT ENTIRE  VILLAGE IN EASTERN GALACIA  l.O.VIHiN. Fell. 211. -- 'l ypliiis is still 'raging in I'instorn Oalacia, according lo Moscow wiroloHs dlsiiatob, quot ing aiUb'os from Smob nak. In some  1 ..................  aiinounceuienl of tho prize ■winners {jc points which to-day are famlliur in the army essay contest has been names aii' h an Indop, ndanct' Hay,  Uioned, according to Corpi. Causey In charge of the recruiting station at lit) 1-2 Oak Street.  Prises will be awarded about May Ci, ho stated yesterday.  Melville Land, and Uollprin Land, and In one of his later voyages hO discovered tho fwhious meteorltles which he hrougb hack to civilization. One of them, weighing 80 tons. Is tbe  lent Ibat tbe inhabitants wore practl ■ally atiuihihited.  i  Our Daily Story  The gun was loaded.   

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