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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Atchison, Kansas Associated press hosed wire reports Atchison daily Globe. Price five cents. Daily circulation Over 7,800 Copie Atchison Kansas wednesday june 23, 1920. A eight pages. Forty third year. No. 11207the committee of forty eight which proposes to launch a third party has 48 chances to disagree City issues. More Bonds to cover overdrafts totalling 9110,400. Bear 5 per gent. Interest were authorized to rep Ace moneys taken from sinking and other funds. 00000000300000000 0 o a the weather. I 3 a o 00000000000030000 for it Anft amp a fair tonight and probably thursday warmer tonight. Temperature readings highest yesterday 79 lowest last night 61 1 p. In. Today 82. President is counted out Bryan also declares Mcadoo is handicapped by his close relationship with executive. President asks Board to Horry sends message to railway wage Board. Decision my not help provide places for the women democrats plan to take care of fair ones. Commission says present strikes result from internal fight for control of Union. To name the president ? proposal is made to sound out convention with regard to administration. \ Bond Luau. Of 1119,400 has bean authorized by the City Council to cover the overdraft in the general Revenue and fire department funds which had reached that total april i. J he presidency Vav. J. Bryan in an of Tho wage controversy. The text presentation of women both in the a state Law permits Lamia Nee of article in his newspaper the. Com of the message not made Public party councils and in the shaping of Honda for this purpose without a Moiler published Here declares that at the White House. I platform issues of particular interest vote of the people. The action was former Secretary of the Treasury announcement of the presidents a to women William a Washington june 23.�?president san Francisco june 23,�?demo-. I a 1100 a message today to the cratic leaders Are preparing to give Lincoln neb., Mino 23.�? discussing Railroad latter Board at Chicago org attention during the National Conven pos Suile democratic candidates for big that it make an immediate award1 Ion to the question of adequate rep in executive bes in Cadoo is handicapped action was made after w. N. Doak. J these leaders held that if the As a candidate by his close relation vice president of the trainmen s committee deemed it advisable to Token unanimously a Ion Munday night. _ _ w High prices of labor an i material ship with the while pres brotherhood had called it the White ignore the question in its report any in l increased salaries of City officers Idem Wilson himself he said quot need House and conferred with Secretary move for a a definite statement on the in ploy x Are Given As the Prim not be Tumulty. I floor of the convention would prove reasons for the overdraft City asserting that or. Mcadoo is also or. Doak in a us Teemant issued futile. Fitial buy prices of material of All handicapped by quot his silence on the after he had conferred with or. To k Intis Heftye increased an average of j peace treaty quot or. Bryan declares Multi and with Secretary Payne too per cent in the last ten years j or. Mcadoo is Amable to Call to his Bead of Tho Railroad administration Cost of labor and salaries of officials support quot those to whom the Prest said the Heads of the Railroad Broth have increased approximately fit per i Dent s candidacy appealed with Spe or holds hoped there would be a be teem in the it period whereas the Elal Force quot and that he would quot fur Dement of Ute wage question this y of understand that a special Sale of Fine shoes like ours can to go on forever if you want a share of it better come along the bargains Are real. You can choose from a great Stock of Fine shoes at $4.85, $5.85, $6.85, $7.85, $8.85, $9.85 you can to fail to find your particular style size and leather among them Hie late new models As Well As the Standard things Are Here. You be never seen better bargains. Bradlet shoe a orpheus today and thursday Geraldine Farrar in a picture drenched in the sunlight of old Spain. Quot the woman and the puppet supported by Lou Tellegen i i children shows at 2, to adults 20. 3 30, 7 and 8 30 i limit of the unchanged City officials Only Way out. Money sinking interest and tax Levy has remained j Nish an easy Mark for All the presi Identa a the article let Lares this was Tho however taken other from a Alder Nib City earners. Says that or. Mcadoo has Coit strength among wage week and that of not quot probably the situation will be much worse than to quot appeals have gone up from All there was a tendency among some delegates to discount the rumours that the convention might give a Large vote for the nomination of president Wilson As a demonstration of the strength of its support of his policies. This support they contended might better be shown in the platform. Little change could be noted today in the sentiment toward aspirants parts of the _ country to the labor for the nomination or in plans for funds on account of the overdrafts in referring to president Wilson he Hoard a so Ltd or. Doak a and we de organization of the convention the general Revenue and fire depart says that a while vague hints and aug sure the Public to know that this the conference of delegates from meat funds must be replaced it is bastions have been thrown out Occa no h heralded and advocated meth Western states to the convention will pointed out and in issuance of orally no one claiming to speak for of of adjusting questions of this meet without any schedule of questions upon which agreement is to be sought Gavin Mcnab of san Francisco announced today. Through open discussion they will seek to define clearly the issues they desire to urge upon the National gathering he said. Whether the question of japanese immigration will be taken up or. Mcnab a is prepared to say. Ile assumed he said. That some Western United states senator or governor would be chosen As chairman of the conference. Bonds to cover the total overdrafts j the president or near enough to him character according to the present became necessary As the Law govern to be assumed to express his wishes. Indication is a rank and hopeless tog the tax Levy to be assessed this has announced his Gummer would not permit a Suffi j Herbert Hoover is eliminated from i a a cleanly High Levy members of the the list of candidates whom or. \ not not received Council say other Kansas cities Arr j Bryan consider to a while 1 Chicago june 23.�?president Wil abiding it necessary to use the Bond sen tim Owen of Oklahoma and son s message asking that the rail method to cover similar overdrafts Secre tary of agriculture Meredith Way wage Board give an immediate caused by higher prices and salaries Are described As bring quot among the decision in the wage controversy has a in an unchanged tax Levy. Quot a available men thus far men not yet been received Here the Board the i ones will Bear 5 per cent in to be available this year announced at i p. In. Ernst and will he serial in nature. Or. Bryan asserts a candidate roust judge Barton chairman of the the it Hundred and four Bonds will j of known to be for woman suffrage Board authorized a statement that be issued 290 in Den to Ina Lions of i for prohibition and quot against Wall All possible was being doff to expelling each and 194 in denominations i St Dite the decision. Of $100 Isi b Law t it Homey general Palmer. The boards publicity department the $500 Bonds will become due at i or. Bryan says he entered the Cam declared that the delay in reaching the rate of 22 per year for Fotij pain in a position quot to Deal sternly a decision had nothing to do with years the first Bunch maturing july with Tho profiteer and an expectant the present Railroad strike sind that i 192p, an i the fourth july i 1 924. J Public stood ready to applaud but the Board believed the strikes would the last Batch consisting of one the profiteer acorns to have things All continue even after the Case is set Kansas gets 11.000 cars but Secretary Mohler says 35,000 Are needed to move new wheat crop. Bunch of 22 and another of 90. A total of 112, will f ill due in 1925. The 194 Bonds Worth $190 each also will mature july i 1925. In other words the City will liquidate $11,900 annually from 1921 to 1 924. And the remainder of the Issue totalling $fi9 11 9, will be retired july 1. 1925. Pro tor is with Harring. Woods manager promises unqualified support to Republican nominee. Washington june 22 senator it lilting continued his conferences with Republican leaders today Dis his own Way and the attorney Gen tied eral is now suffering from the read the strikes it was said Are Proton he adds that the attorney meted by an internal fight for Conder Cal is quot unfortunate too in hav tool of the railway unions and not ing to espouse the ratification of the primarily by dissatisfaction with the wage question has been was intimated to deceive Public having his own state behind him j the railway labor boards decision while opposition to governor de probably will be handed Down within wards of new Jersey and governor the next two weeks it was indicated t of of Ohio is reiterated. At the boards Headquarters today. Governor of s friends the article judge r. M. Barton chairman of declares quot will urge him As a com the Board said the impatience of Promise Between the wets of the de Railroad men to get a decision was wards Type and the Bony Drys quot Only delaying the ease. He declared is i espouse me Ramies non of the primarily treaty without wages. The i former speaker Clark of the House injected. It of representatives is mentioned As the Public. Vice president Marshall is accused the boards deliberations were Bein. Cussing with them plans for his Cam Jot making a a feeble bid for the wet interrupted scores of slimes Dally by pain and subjects with which he a delegations of Railroad men asking will iii ii in his speech of acceptance. A judge Gerard a candidacy has that a Date for the decision be set among those who saw him were South Dakota s support and he has As Many As 309 Calls have been re Harry m. Daugherty of Columbus j Many personal friends among other Cei Ved in a single Day he said Ohio. Bis pre convention Campaign manager. Senator Furdin Gheysen of new Jersey and representative Yates of Illinois or Daugherty later left for new York where he will Confer with National chairman will la. Hays tomorrow. Senator Harding received a letter today from William Cooper Proctor of Cincinnati manager for major general Leonard Wood in his Campaign for the presidential nomination. In which or. Proctor promised the senator his Loyal support quot both delegates quot or. Bryan says. J what effect the decision when a j reached will have on the strikes of wont nominate a a wet quot j Railroad men who walked out with great Falls. Mont., june 28__ out authorization of their National speaking before several Hundred brotherhoods is problematical rail people Here last night. William Jen Road Here Sav the labor Board Lings Bryan of Nebraska declared declined to consider the claims of that no candidate should he nominal the strikers the Railroad announced cd by the democrats at a fun fran that lip men s places were vacant Cisco who stood against the policy of and that the it a had lost All seniority prohibition. Rights and the brotherhoods Are or. Bryan leaves this morning for i supporting the railroads and the la Butte where he will join the Bor Board in their stand. La no for san Francisco the strikers however have Noti before and after the election to the he was tendered a banquet by local it fied the a labor Board and president end that ii really great and useful be democrats. Wilson that they will accept no Deci will nominate Mcadoo Kansas City june 23.�?-in a Telegram sent from Pueblo. Colorado today Burris a. Jenkins Kansas City Clergyman and newspaper publisher announced that he had definitely decided to place the name of William Gibbs Mcadoo in nomination for the presidency at the democratic National convention in Isan Francisco. Doctor Jenkin passed through Pueblo on a special train Enro Ute to san Francisco. He is accompanying the Missouri delegates to the convention and is himself one of the delegates at Large or. Jenkins said he was led to the decision by the discovery that half to two thirds of the Missouri delegates were strongly in favor of to Adoor a name being placed before the convention. Topeka kan., june 23.�?Kansas is to get 11,000 Box cars for movement of wheat according to a Telegram received today by j. C. Mohler Secre tory of the state Board of agriculture from the interstate commence com 1 Mission Washington. Secretary Mohler declares that the state needs 35.000 cars. He announced that a Kansas delegation will leave sunday to place the situation before the in i Testate Commerce commission la. H. Powell of Wichita head of j an elevator company is Here today to Confer with the Santa be Railroad and state officials in an Effort to get i oars with which to move wheat of last year s crop still on hand. He stated Wichita elevators still have 375.000 bushels which should be i moved to make Way for the new crop. Air dome tonight. Hillman a Ideal Stock co. Presents a new 4-act political comedy drama a who pays 99 prices 35c, 25c and 15c. Tax included. Curtain at 8 15. War knights Templar wednesday eve. Order of Temple knights of Columbus regular meeting thursday night first degree wanted men to work in factory Henry Weis manufacturing co. Chautauqua. Is assured will be held on St. Louis College grounds last week in july. Texas for Mcadoo Dallas Texas june 23.�?declaring their intention to cast Texas forty t a Coo f for quot or is a a like a big week Atchison now has fall fledged nomination. Hie Texas delegates to the democratic National convention left Here last Midnight for san Francisco. The party which includes six women delegates is travelling by special train. Most trustworthy tires built Atchison Vulcanizing co. Dance at Effingham Friday night. Junk 25th Langanis 4 piece orchestra. Dance at Denton Kansas thursday night june 24th music by Gall Aglieri a 4 piece orchestra. Phone 277. Publican administration May be it was announced today that present plans were for senator Harding to leave Washington july 3 for his Home at Marion Ohio where a Homecoming Celebration will be held in his to not on july 5, hold an attorney. New German Cabinet. Ai Lawler and banker is Sims Jie eted of murder. Detroit june 23 authorities investigating the killing of August Dower of Middlesboro Kentucky a travelling auditor of the United mine paper adding that it must want a War Sion which lines not include the restoration of their positions with full seniority rights. Tired of waiting St. Louis june 23.�?a number of men employed in the car department of the Chicago amp Alton Railroad at Venice Illinois near Here failed to report for work today. It was Sai l saying new men a a a quot Bee about a a Quoter a the was. Asserted had become tired of London hears men have been found for pests. London june 23�?formation of a new German Cabinet is reported in a Berlin dispatch printed in a late edition of tim times this morning the Messa found for a couple of posts in the. Ministry. This Cabinet is regarded As an emergency one. The dispatch quotes the Tage Blatt As saying that news m workers of America in a downtown Law office last night today questioned further the party of lawyers who met in the office during the evening. Meanwhile Frank h. Dohany prominent attorney and Bank director said to have been left alone with the Union official when the party waiting for the decision of the Railroad labor Board on their wage demands. Ily to maintain itself but will at least be Able to go to spa As representing a Large majority of the German an earlier Berlin message to the London times received in the news dispatches of tuesday night re broke up was in the psychopathic ported the collapse of the proposed Ward of a local Hospital with a guard j Fehrenbach Cabinet because the a of detectives stationed at b s bedside Jority socialists would decline their Dohany was taken into custody a Aid in securing a vote of Confidence few hours after the crime was Dis for it this socialist Block had been covered. He told the police that he 1 counted upon to observe quot benevolent had found Dwyer on the floor of the neutrality towards Tho new ministry to a thirds of the switch office and lifted him into a chair although it was not represented in it. quot she Burlington Railroad Yards ill i. .i., Mill not Imit Vav ii in lha tilt ii a of the. Nav men Oine Mui linking i 11 Luau Juliis sonic want to return Philadelphia june 23.�?pennsylvania and Reading Railroad officials today reported that some of the employees of those lines who joined the walk out Are applying for permission to return to work. While the number is not Large officials say they believe Many More will return later. Strike leaders however express Confidence that Many More men will join the strike in the next few Days. Pinion leaders Are said to be working hard to break the strike. Foiled rank bandits. Stilwell kas., june 23�?five prospective Bank robbers were routed Here Early today by watchful members of the anti horse thief association after a Shotgun and revolver fight. Armed members of the Asso big week quot the last of july Tho Date for the first Atchison Chautauqua in Many years. For Many years Back Atchison has been Given a wide berth by Chautauqua concerns As that yall figured the town was t interested in them but the White amp Meyers company finally decided to give it a trial. The ticket guarantee was so i quickly taken up that it wans a great Surprise and the company has in a a. Ended to Send their very highest class com Fin Reisner Fark Talent Here in order to make Good thursday evening. June 21, 8 13 . With the town. At a meeting at the chamber of March quot Semper ice Cream social at Short Creek Baptist Church. Saturday. Night. June 26. Elation pursued two of the invaders Commerce rooms this morning Vav. Of of a Trot. A bless my in a motor car for twelve Miles Cju changing shots latties. There were no Cas indict tammany Leader Swannee Oberlin who originated the idea of River having an Atchison Chautauqua this Medley selection. A quot songs from year was elected president of the the sunny South. I. Liemann j Atchison association a. J. Be Horn baritone Solo Roy rider poker vice president and Roy Wal i a rocked in the Cradle of i tors. Secretary and treasurer. Those j the air Varie. Ilo Linson Waltz quot wedding of the winds quot Security Benefit association meets tonight dance Moose Hall tonight. Saxophone orchestra. Admission 53c, including War tax. Ladies and members free. Given under auspices of Security Benefit association. Dancing Staris at 9 of clock. Dance out at Hannibal to. It Annibal mo., Jnue 23.�?with a Dwyer was still in the chair Dohany while the status of the new Cabinet said when he left the office. When discovered last night the body was stretched upon the floor. An examination this Morton a showed that death was caused by concussion of the brain. Mrs. Margaret Zink. A Anitress told the police she had heard men quarrelling in the Law office last night and that when she looked into the room she saw two men struggling on the floor. Bays democrats must nominate Western or. Omaha neb., june 23�?nebraska�?Ts delegation to the democratic National convention at san Francisco left this morning in special cars attached to the Overland limited. A it is evident that an Eastern Democrat cannot be elected this year quot said Charles w. Bryan. Quot the democratic candidate must be a Western Man and if the right one is chosen he can be another slight Earth Shock in California. I. Los Angeles june 23�?a slight of antiquated at 4 a. In. Today was Felt chiefly in the Southern Section of los Angeles and at Inglewood which sustained the heaviest damage in the Shock of monday night. The Tremer today rattled buildings but caused no damage seems still rather Uncertain the later advices appear to indicate that the difficulty with the majority socialists had been. Adjusted for the time being at cast. Food riots at Ulm. Berlin june 23�?several Persona Are reported to. Have been killed at Ulm Wuerttemberg during riotous demonstrations against the higher Cost of food. Similar demonstrations Are reported As occurring elsewhere in Wuerttemberg notably at Raven Burg and in other parts of Germany including Osna Brueck in Hanover Crefeld in the Rhine province and Frankfort on the Maiu. Volany clashes have occurred Between the police and the rely Liewehr on the one hand and the demonstrators on the other. Some circles of the Independent socialists the advices from the disturbed areas report Are taking advantage of the unrest to urge the people to demand a dictatorship of the Prole Tiara. Found Mother murdered. Hutchinson kan., june 23.�?the Little child of mrs. William Briant wife of the Coal Chute Foreman for the Rock Island at Pratt found the mothers dead body at to of clock this morning. Her head had been crushed by a coupling pin and there was a rope around her neck. The family had befriended a coloured Harvest hand recently and a search is being made for him. A Maries f. Murphy charged with to Urcioli by grand jury new York june 23.�?Charles f. Murphy tammany Leader was one of the six men secretly indicted yesterday by the extraordinary grand jury which has been investigating alleged attempt of or. Murphy to intimidate Louis n. Hartdge a manufacturer into returning $125,900 which he invested with Hartogs company during the War. With or. Murphy were indicted assistant District attorney James e. Smith John a. Mccarthy former business partner of John Murphy gentlemen will compose the executive committee who will appoint other committees in the organization. The St. Louis College grounds have been very graciously Given for the erection of Che big tent that will House the Chautauqua and no better site could have been found As it is centrally located and easy of Access. O when you Are planning your summer vacation be sure to plan it to take in Atchison a biggest and Best summer attraction. Hall overture a tan cred i quot roast a a quot the love March a a Griffih and Lith govt quot a a colonial quot Star spangled Banner quot flour drops again. Key Minneapolis announce declines of 20 to 30 cents. / Minneapolis minn., june 23�?a lower wheat Market the first few St. Louis Hall Good intent Friday june 25 Blick Weera a Novelty orchestra. Ball game at Doniphan. Sunday. June 27. Leather products is. Doniphan. Game called at 2 30. Admission 25o. Karo people Here again. Tion for family patents was Down Days this week was responsible for a Twenty cents flour dropped to $14 a decline of Twenty to thirty cents a barrel and $14.55 was the Price of some barrel in the Price of flour Here to tallied by the Mill that sold flour at the Mill where the quota a thirty cent reduction. The indictments it was Learned today charged that the defendants plat headed by f. Party e. Moffett vice presito., Dent t. A. Gantt general Traelic Man i conspired to coerce Hartog to Settle d j p Merrill Chir it of Engin a few. To aaa aaa ctr Chi Luu o. I. I i i i icily a life jul this is the second time the Corn Idle Here today officials of the Road a suit for $10,099,090 damages which were working in the Yards to keep he brought against Murphy after the the trains moving. It was stated that bitter is alleged to have withdrawn Pany officials have been to Atchison in the last six weeks. The other places 65 men had failed to report for work his support from Hartog s company. Per nor considered Are Kansas i try St. Having told the officials that they Ball for each defendant was fixed at were quot on vacation a until the Federal $1,000. Railway wage Board acts on demands indict profiteers. Counts against new York clothiers total 207. New York june 23�?gimbel of the Union. It was stated at the superintendent s office that All trains were moving without delay. No general strike Cleveland of. June 23.�?rumors that Railroad unions will Call a strike brother of new York operators of this week affecting All Anions were a Large department Stoer Here and denied today by the chief executives controlled by interests which own of the four transportation brother similar establishments in other cities hoods engineers firemen conduct today were indicted on 207 counts ors and trainmen Here. A simply for profiteering in clothing. Strikers propaganda a said w. G. Frederick Gimbel vice president Lee president of the trainmen. Of the corporation Joseph j. Dow Dell merchandise manager and Charles d. Slawter clothing buyer were indicted on the same charges. Joseph and Omaha. Tho company will expend $8,900,000 a its new Missouri River Plant and will employ 1,500 people. The Corn products refining company manufactures Karo syrup and Argo starch and Many other Corn products. A a three democrats file. Million Dollar fire two friction develops in american league race for gubernatorial nomination now becomes triangular. Topeka kan., june 23.�?the democratic contest for the nomination of governor went into a three cornered fight today when w. S. Hyatt of pardons filed his candidacy for that Honor. The other candidates Are j. M. Davis of Bronson Bourbon county and Dempster o. Potts of Wichita. Thomas Johnson Minneapolis filed for the democratic nomination As congressman fifth District j. M. Swartz Emporia socialist for congressman fourth District c. L. O Connor fort Scott Republican for congressman second District. Conflagrations at Baltimore md., in 12 hours Baltimore md., Jnue 23.�?starting i within several Hundred feet of where the great fire of 1904. Which wiped out Baltimore s business District Chicago june 23.�?internal Trou flames Early this morning practically Hie is brewing in the american wrecked the seven Story building at league and a quot showdown is de-37 Hopkins place and quickly spread handed according to Harry Grabi to four other structures. Or Secretary of the Chicago Ameri the damage according to insure cans who announced today that he Anet men will Likely reach $1,000,900 will file a protest with the league be and this brings the fire damage for cause the Detroit club has cancelled Vard relied on Eddie Goode to pitch Baltimore to $1,500,000 for twelve a ptts Poi and game which was to have the Crimson baseball team to Victory hours the first Blaze being in the been played Here tomorrow. This is Over Yale today. Frank Coze was seven Story Darby building which the first sign of friction in the league the pitching selection for the Blue. Swept the wholesale House of Blum since the signing of the peace pact Harvard a Victory at now Haven yes Berg Brothers. In january j Torday made them slight favourites. Is medium close out tire Sale n. To close our Stock of tires and tubes within next ten Days we will sell for Cash Only the following items Marathon Brand tires i 35x4% s. T. 8. Plain tread.$28.09 i 35x4% q. D. Plain tread. $2s of 1 36x4% q. D. Rough tread. .$29 50 2 34x4% q. D. Rough tread.$24.75 3 34x4% straight Side Plain tread.$25.75 6 34x4 straight Side Plain tread.$34 59 straight Side rough tread .$25 25 straight Side Plain tread.$29.75 q. D. Rough tread.$25.21 q. D. Rough tread. $22 49 clincher rough tread. $s92> 32x3% straight Side Plain tread. $16.59 32x3% q. D. Rough tread. $17 25 12 34x4 3 36x4 i 34x4 1 33x4 2 31x4 Marathon Brand tubes 2 $7x5 red tube. 16 36x4% red tube. Odds favor Harvard Cambridge mass., Juno 23. Har. $4.5#. $4 25 red tube.4 09 red a Rettbe. 11 $5 Grey tube. 13.54 Grey tube. $3.25 Grey tub. $3.1# Mays Bros. Garage 309-311 main Street

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