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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - February 10, 1924, Atchison, Kansas Atchison sunday Globe. Price five cents. Atchison Kansas sunday february to 1924. Twelve pages. Forty seventh year. No. 12344the Mink a heard a Good Story about the Missouri River but i can to Tell it its too dirty first round to Griffith in the ouster supreme court suspends both i of Keono and Mccullough. Neal Monger new sheriff it it it a it a it a a it the weather. It xxx in k % it it i Kansas mostly Cloudy sunday and monday possible rain by sunday night or monday not much change iii Tempo aint will stay with taxes appointment of county attorney is expected to be made by judge Jackson tomorrow. Maurice of Keefe county attorney Neil my Mel Ellough sheriff have been Xiuqi coded from Oft Iee by the in Prairie court. Neat Monger hits i Wen a appointed by governor Tonat Havn j i Avis As successor to Mccullough awl judge w. A. Jackson is expected to a. Point another county attorney tumor Row. These Are the latest developments in Atchison s latest Travail which is attracting statewide interest and which. Is arousing so much feeling that the eyes of the nation May be focused upon this City before the Climax is reached. The supremo court yesterday morning at Topeka made the announce meat that o Keefe and Mccullough had been suspended pending the final Dis position of the ouster proceedings against them. K. A. Austin was appointed commissioner in the supreme court to accept evidence iii the ouster proceedings and his re kit will be sub Mitte Ltd to the court for final action. The suspension made yesterday is Only Temi Drury. If the ouster is de nit d by the court. Of Keefe Aud Mcullough automatically will lie returned to office of the ouster is made. Neat Monger and the Jet Sou appointed to by j and go Jackson to succeed i i a cafe w ill serve out the unfinished terms of Jess than one year or. Austin is sex tinted in Atchison wit Tun the next few Days to begin tat lug testimony. Those w to signed the i affidavits for Anil against both of Keefe and met Bullough Likely will j let a called is fore or. Austin and j Cross examined the taking of Testi a Mony Here May lust a week but it is Likely the supreme court will have re i Cei Ved and w til Lime passed upon or austins report within two weeks time it lie most. Commissioner au-1 tin lives iii to it Eka where he is highly regarded both As a Cir zen and As Ani attorney. He was attorney general j under governor Humphries. Both a i. Waggoner attorney for okeefe ii jul Ralph fonts who repro Siut h my ullo ngh were greatly stir prised at Tho action of the supreme court. They Wen strongly of the opinion that in their of unto aft davits and their argument a before the court they had attorney general grif fir ii whipped. Friends of o Keefe and Mccullough who did not belief they were in danger Are not quite so confident now As to the ultimate out come. I both of Keefe Aud met Ellough say that they will be candidates lids fall and 111 to t they Xxiii go Lief Ore the voters for vindication. It is generally re ported of ousted they cannot be candidates at the next regular election but Atchison attorneys declare this is it mistake and they say their authority is attorney general Griffith. Officials and members of the Kun Kian who led the fight against of Keefe and Mccullough a re Eluted Over tile action of the supreme court i for several Days they have been quite i cocky and pm thursday they bad an alleged a a tips thai til first ballot taken j by the seven supreme court judges was five to two for supt asian. The quot tips was quite generally circulated Over Atchison. No doubt it is a mistake As the members of the supreme court would not permit such vital inform Hon to leak out. Under the Law the governor appoints a successor to tin sheriff and the District judge chooses the county attorney. Governor Davis late yesterday afternoon made the announce meat that Neal Monger had been appointed. Or. Monger is chairman of the democratic j Central committee and is proprietor of the \ garage. He is an Active ardent j Democrat who has a Host of friends and few enemies. There is no ques j Hon but that in is Well fitted to fulfil the duties of the office and that As a j Democrat and us to citizen lie has earn cd the Trust Aud Honor bestowed upon him by governor Davis. Friends of j Andy White deluged govern u Davis with petitions asking that lie be appointed and Hugh Gillen also quot its considered seriously. O Keefe Aud Mccullough say they will go Down with colors flying if go Down they must of the ouster is sus thied the two Atchison men will have to stand the costs estimated from $1,- mss to $1,500 each. Or. It Keefe Ulm or. Mccullough can ill afford this financial loss at this titties. They declare they Are being persecuted and that they will fight Back to the last ounce of their strength and to their very last Jinni in. House Leader agree to relative order of major legislative jobs. Washington feb., i a decision by Republican House leaders to Lake up Hie Mellen Tux Hill in the House next thursday and to hold ii before that body until d is i Mwai of was communicated to president Coolidge today by representative Long North of Ohio Hie Republican Lender and chairman Bill of the House rules committee. The two House leaders discussed with the president the legislative program of their body and told him that no attempt would be made to consider major legislation in this order taxes immigration muscle Shoals and Soldier Bonus with appropriation measures sandwiched in Between. The president also was told that Louse leaders Projko set a to make every Effort to adjourn by june first and that they consider tax legislation As cd supreme importance. In discussing with tile executive the of passage of the Mellon Bill. Representative Longworth declared that it would be impossible to obtain Horn approval for the surtax Lute of 25 i it Ereen to embodied in the Mellon Bill and recommended by the president the Best i Gissible rate to be hoped for or. I Longworth said would be More than 25 percent but considerably less than 4-1 percent As pro it used by democrats. A tile leaders putt of taking up the tax Bill to sidetrack temporarily appropriation measures but to consider the Supply Bills should the tax debate is prolonged no arrangements thus far have been made for placing of Railroad legislation on the program. Mrs. Candler is arrested police Pinch coca cola Kings wife. Having quot a Little party seated at table with two prominent men in Atlanta apartment. Immigration after taxes Johnson Rui provides restriction after present Law expires june 30. Washington feb. U present plans j Call for the Bouse to consider the i Johnson immigration Bill As soon As i it dispose of tax legislation. Chairman Johnson of tile immigration committee today filed a re Piort on the measure signed by 14 committee Mem i hers. Dissenting View j muted by three other members. Pointing it it it that the present the Rev i Leman Law based on the i it to census expires june 30 next the report Deli Ami there was immediate and org j Cut need fur enactment of immigration i the committee is advised a the re snort continued a that the numbers of j aliens desiring to enter the United in is very Large. It is reasonable to assume that despite unit in avoid i Able t change rates High steamship i a riffs and other untoward Facto in immigration of Between i.">00,000 j and 2,000,000 would have entered Hie fluted states during each of the Pat we years if the three jux r cent Law mid not barred the Way. If the three per edit Law is permitted to expire and if no other legis 111ion is enacted the movement to our shores of the largest migration of Peoples in the history of the world my in per cd to Irgin july i. Mem the c e Mission clauses of the act of Feht to 1 the t Ido. Tit7. W 14 be Power big Battle developing mexican federals making repeated at tacks at Geol i a a. Brownsville Texas Fob., an in Ikirt ant Battle is developing tit Weot Lnu Jalisco where severe fighting has Irhn underway several Days according to the news in 1 air Al Porven in of Monterey. Federal troops Umler general Anu us of have made repeated attacks us Mhz the rebel defense which include two line of trenches suffering b Ulvy casualty but have failed to attain their objective. The federals have been clucked tit Boie iia 40 Miles West of Vera if Nix by a Large Force of revolutionists according to ii dispatch from Cordoba. A band of rely is passed eastward through Teran on the outskirts of Monterey yesterday amt presumably were seeking a Junction with rebel Banda in Western , according to Al por Venir. Douglas guilty of forgery former Jackson county savings and loan association Secretary convicted. Kansas City. Feb., 0 revel Dong a is former Secretary and manager of the Jackson county savings Ami inure j association was found guilty of forgery by a circuit court jury Here to-1 night and was sentenced to serve ten Mats in tin in alien diary. Douglas wus Limiter indictment on i lose first basketball game in two 11 counts. He was tried on a charge seasons to Oklahoma. I that he obtained $9,000 from his firm by forging a deed of Trust. K i. Meets defeat. Norman okla. Feb., 9 the Kansas j by hawkers met Del Ait Liere today for the first time in two basketball seasons. After winning 34 straight games the kansans lost to the uni Var slip of Oklahoma quintet 20 to 2d in what of actors characterized As the most Brilliant game of Tho Valley rain this year. At the end o Fille first half tire score War to to to. In the second half both learns put everything they had into the play hut Tho offensive of the sooner proved too Strong for the champions. Tho in loan As Douglass was accused in dict men t with defrauding tin so Patlon of $45o, he it. The verdict was returned after the jury had deliberated one hour and five minutes. File trial was the second attempt of Tho Atlanta ga., feb., 0�?mrs. Aaa g. Candler w. Stoddard and g. Vav. Keeling were arrested by the police today while seated in an apartment House around a table on which stood a quart bottle which the Imilce said contained a Small Quantity of liquor. They were taken to the police station and released on kinds of $100, each signed by Stoddard for appearance lie fore the City recorder tuesday morning next at 8 of clock. The arrests were made by chief of police Janies l. Beavers and police Captain a. Dolomite. The chief said that mrs. Candies when arrested said they were having a a Little party in the apartment which belonged to a lady she said who is a Friend of Liers. She did not give the name of the apartment owner the chief declared. Cars were parked. Tin chief took the the let to tin police station and after Bond was arranged accompanied them Hack to their automobiles. Mrs. Candler s motor car he said was waiting for j her at the Corner of peach tree and i North Awn be and Stoddard a was 1 parked on third Street. Between peach tree and Juniper streets j the apartment House where the j arrests were made is situated the1 police said at 48 Juniper Street. The names on the 1 Xii ice blotter were in tired As g. W. Keeling. 15. 519 North Jackson Street a. Stoddard 44, of Piedmont drive and mrs aaa g. Candler 34. Of Kho Ponce de Leon Avenue. They were charged with violating Section Itoh of the City code. Mrs Candler was formerly mrs. Mary Little Ragin. She and or. Candler were married on june 20. Last in the can pol of Emory University. Her husband or. Candler is a millionaire capitalist and soft drink manufacturer of this City. Last week he won a suit which mrs Onezima de Bouche of new Orleans and Reno nev., brought against him for will be Pretl i a for alleged breach of Promise to marry. Or. Stoddard is head of Stoddard s dry cleaning and dyeing establishment of this City. He is president of the National cleaners and dyers association. Or. Keeling is in the Brick business. Chief Beaver said that when and Captain Holcombe in tens i alignment neither mrs. Candler or. Stoddard nor or. Keeling gave any fit Sisfa Etory answer As Why they a acre in the room la said that mrs. Candler told him that a Friend who owned the apartment had gone to Decatur it nearby suburb. None roomed there. They admitted he added that none of them roomed at the apartment. Law Are just having a party. Done to see any harm in that a chief beavers said mrs. Candler said to him. The chief declared that he is a i a j son a1 Friend of Asa g. Candler or a the husband of mrs. Candler and this afternoon in tin room at the apartment he turned to mrs. Candler and said a you ought to he ashamed of your j self. Its in outrage that you should 1 be to lie a foaled under ii i us stance s As these. I am a slut in ii Aud embarrassed to have to arrest Tho waft of a Good Fth r i it f mine like i i. I feel sorry for him and the of hts to that after a moment s hesitant Hon. Mrs Candler replied he said quot there Are other people in Atlanta besides the it Candler finally and he sides we were just having a Little party Here in which there was no j in the officers reported that or. Stoddard expressed concern Over the View 1 that mrs. Stoddard might take of the incident All of them displayed considerable emotion the chief continued when he made it Plain that they would Haw to go to the police station and have their real names residences and descriptions entered on the 1 tee blotter just like any other offenders Anil then make land in the usual Way. Taken to station. Chief Beaver Aud Captain Holcombe took tin three to the station House in the chief1 motor ear after or. Stoddard Matte Bomi of $100 neb for them. Chief beavers drove or. Stoddard and mrs. Chandler in ids motor ear Hack to the place whew or. Stoddard ear was parked. Arriving there or. Stoddard got into his machine Ami drove away. Mrs. Candler proceeded to her ear which was marked Jit the Corner of peach tree Street anti North Avenue and drove off. Asa it Candler sr., the husband of mrs Candler is one of the leading business men of the Smith. Ile made his Fortune in coca cola and is often referred in a the coca cola King he has served As mayor of Atlanta and Lins taken a leading part iii move a lits looking to the up building of the City. Blood spilled in Herrin Row Kian and anti klan clash. Forces mystery links two killings actresses murdered under similar conditions. Machine guns mounted playmates of wealthy men troops take Over police Power of City following killing of Constable. A loud Lawson slain Friday and Dorothy Keenan a year ago close friends. By the associated press Herrin iii., Fob. 9.�?More blood was spilled in turbulent Williamson county last night when the two factions in Herrin referred to by the Eit Zens As the Kun flux Kian and the knights of the flaming Circle an anti klan organization clashed result lag in the death of Constable Caesar t Agel 32 and the serious wounding of Deputy sheriff Layman. A hurried Call for the National Ala re was made by sheriff George Malligan and the arrival of Force at he same time coming from Carbon bile of Miles Distant nipped an incident riot which Many residents declared May have exceeded the fierce a Ess of a riot in june 1922, in which a it men lost their lives. Four other companies of shite coops arrived Here before noon and shortly after had virtually taken can Rol of Herrin and it was intimated by Nard officers tonight that the town could no doubt lie placed tinder Maria i Law. Tonight sheriff George Allegan mayor c. E. Anderson of Herrin Hugh Willis District Board somber of the United mine workers f America and nine Deputy sheriffs i Are under arrest. Charged with Cagle a girder. John Ford chief of police of Herrin is being held in a jail at i Murphysboro iii. S. Glenn Young. A Leader and who local Kinsmen declare is their paid employee is net eng chief of police of Herrin. Shortly before 0 o clock tonight four squads Bein f guardsmen with bayonets drawn a my funked by four machine guns cared the main Street of All Automo in is. Broke tip groups of men and orb red merchants to close their a tul it i so meats Early. Machine guns mounted. Machine guns have been mounted 1 a business building adjacent to the Headquarters of Young and near her in jail where several men arc being eld charged with Cagle s murder Are also patrolling the streets in this Vicinity prohibiting i anyone from using the thoroughfares j colonel Culbertson commanding the groups declared to a a i a by that the Situ a ton is a quite serious although he Hided the military and civil author it it s have it Well in hand. i it continued quot it is not improbable hat hostilities May break out new la Ork feb., 9�?a girl from the follies tonight disclosed to detectives u link Between the i Ahi is Lawson murder of yesterday and the still unsolved mystery of Dorothy King Keenan s slaying a year ago. Quot Lou quot Lawson the 24 year old actress musician and playmate of wealthy men was strangled to death iii her luxurious apartment off Central Park West by two men who robbed Lier of valuable jewelry Aud escaped without leaving a clue. Under almost identical circumstances quot Dot quot King another recipient of the attentions of wealthy men. Wits chloroformed to death Ami robbed last year in the costly Home off fifth Avenue she called quot the the quot Dot quot King murder remained a mystery and that of quot Luo quot Lawson promised to develop into one until today the follies Gin talking under ii pledge that her name be kept secret disclosed that quot Dot quot and quot loan had been pals. Her Story set alongside evidence already accumulated in a Tea ted that the crimes were almost identical in detail convinced authorities that a a Dot King and quot Lou quot Law son were slain by the same men or by members of a clique of cabaret Habi tues women both girls had known. The detectives informant also disclosed that the two slain girls besides pals were equally close friends with Hilda Ferguson is chorus girl who frequently has figured in the Jear old investigation of the quot Dot King murder. Girle often together. A Dot quot and quot Iglus quot were together a jct before quot Dot was murdered quot the follies girl was Reis Irtis to have told detectives a i always thought a Lou quot knew much More about quot Dot so Dearn than she dared Tell and that she could have implicated certain she told of a clique of musical comedy chorus Girts including herself who had been Cumming together. Asserting with the same a gentlemen friends a dancing nightly attendance at chosen Broadway cabaret a and entertaining at parties in each others apartments. A a loud was Friendly with k. C. Motor show opens. Eighteenth annual exhibit shows too models 75 makes of cars. Kansas City feb. I a doors of the american Royal building swung open Here tonight for the 18th annual my or show under auspices of the Kansas City motor dealers association. Four Hundred latest models repress Ming 75 different makes were on display. Death claims mrs. Fletcher Well known Atchison woman passed away Friday afternoon. Denies silence sfas purchased Denver publisher wont admit charge. What was is too too for amount is alleged to Hare changed hands in Oil. Deal profound sorrow spread Over Lite Community Friday afternoon upon the announcement that mrs. Jennie b. Fletcher had passed away. Her Hutti it ame As a distinct Shock because she was iii fair health quot to tuesday last and was tip and about at the marriage of her daughter Doris. Not prank Altman. A year ago last october mrs Fletch or went into a slate of Dic Otic coma in Yonkers n. J., where she was visit Jug her daughter mrs Howard Lay Ion. She remained unc oils huts for a Long time and it was feared she would not recover. But slowly her health returned. She remained in Yonkers until last fall when she longed to return to Atchison where she had lived for Many year Aud were she had reared her children. So Lier daughter j Doris. Mrs. Frank Altman whose in j tire life was devoted to Lier Mother re turned to Atchison with her. They j went to housekeeping it Cio North seventh Street. It was there last tuesday the marriage of miss Doris i Fletcher and Frank Altai an took place. Mrs. Fletcher received the wedding guests and took part in the wedding festivities hut. After the last guest Bud departed mrs. Fletcher collapse it was not tan Ause of the wedding Ami her strength was not overtaxed hut tin end had conic. Dining lie Days that followed mrs. Fletcher said lignin and again to Lier son Marshall Fletch or who was with her constantly that Slie Felt she was r. Adyt it go. Her work on Earth was i Nisi ted. Her children to whom sin Hail devoted her life were All happily married mrs. Fletch or did not want to Ilic and leave them All but expressed the thought that if her time had come she could go feeling All was Well with those he loved Liest on Earth especially her daughter. Mrs. Frank Altman. Tile two had never been separated More than it week or two tit a time since mrs. Altman was item and there existed Between them the deepest and most devoted love. Telephone message to mrs. Adman reached her at her new Home in min Neapolis minn., and she arrived in that i Atchison at i of clock inst night. But leu Bon loin. I. Sin of his she was reared and educated. Hor father was a distinguished Man lie was the author Ulm compiler of a hand Book on the steam engine indicator which proved a very powerful Factor iii advancing that useful instrument to the position it now occupies As an indispensable adjunct to every Well regulated engine room. To different times he a associate editor of the scientific american and american Artisan and also the Boston journal of Commerce. Ile was a life member new Maria harm mrs a big suit supreme court reverse High $15,000 damage judgment. N he Ami tile state to convict Douglas jury in the first trial disagreed. Las defense was insanity i Tom Globe sleep. Want ads work while Hays. Kansas Hays 29. Ii Maurice o it vie Ami. De. Me Lindsborg Kansas Bullough lost the ouster suits they Kansas Wesleyan 23. W ill be Flat busted. If they lose the St. Louis Nebraska suits they will have to pay tile Coats tot21. You quot High will la Between $1,000 and sides Moines Kusima j 500 each. I Drake. 21. Basketball scores. Pittsburg teacher Bethany 29 >2 in shag Agics. 22 the Kansas supreme court yesterday announced it. Had reversed the j tut patient of $15,000 against Frank Ilaryi of Atchison awarded As personal damages by a jury at Louth iii son fur Ralph High univ it tag Salesman de. Jackson of Atchison is attorney for or. Ilaryi. Or High is a Salesman who was in the employ of the Ilaryi Hiir Dwor company he left the employ of the company and in to letter to the Trade. Or. Harvel said there had Lieen a i a Chaney in or. High s accounts. V Ilaryi sit id that or. High had ool Lee cd til Money urn had pot followed the customary procedure in turning it Over to the company. Or. High brought suit for $25, mkt damages against or. Ilaryi he denied there had been any discrepancy i his accounts and suit that he Hail not done anything that was not Erfe otly limper and Legal. Tim jury brought in a verdict for #15,000. The Case has attracted attention All Over the state and or. Ilaryi Aud or Jackson feel gratified Over tin reversal by the supreme court. The facts in the Case show that or. Ilaryi had ample reason for firing a or High and that in writing the letter to the Trade he had no intention of make a any Nils statement. Atchison Frieu is of or. Ilaryi could not understand the judgment returned by the Hutchinson jury As they feel that or. Ham i is entirely blameless and that if such a dangerous precedent is established that no one will he Able to safely direct his business without inviting damage suits. The Knight of the flaming Circle crowd too a the girl continued. Quot most mrs Fletcher was born. Havana lathered in a room Hull Here Early of them Are at Palm Bench now. It quot it a a july 4. Imi mite was the ast evening to protest against the a there were Only three of us left in j daughter of or and mrs. T Rands. He 1 est of e. C. Frick Foreman of the new York. We met at some prom Bacon. When she was tune years old the Williamson county grand jury and Jaunt hotel almost every afternoon for Kier parents returned to Lac states with a a so stunt supervisor of Herrin town Tea dancing Trad again at some cab or living in Boston. It was there hip. Frick was arrested last Tilers Aret at night. Now there Art Only a it a night by a croup of Raider head a two of gtd by Young who declared that they this girl s Story was said by cd tee t and found a quart of illicit liquor in tires who have worked on the Ricks House Dot quot King Case for a year to Dorroh Young when asked by what Man-1 rate their evidence that she was j it a he was made acting chief of to Jonejr on of the victims of a Well knit ice of Herrin. A it that due 1� organization of Crooks who operate in emergency he was made Active Avoir Light zones. Members of tis of by Tho common consent of t 1p gang dress and dunce Vivell. They Are Law abiding Elenc ii of Lim in. Quick according to the authorities to the dry Leader de la my he had Prev j a a the Jin Trai j quo s that loudly been appointed us a City to Iee t i Jeh Kinig and a i no quot Lawman Ami simply took command of the snort. Reported to have a hmm do t ree. Duo to Tho absence of the chief appearing often in most exclusive a it my the serious situation confronting Phi is the girls exquisitely gowned Lien. I jewelled and Beautiful their compan ions big and easy ski endear. Eventual these Crook working in pairs or trios single out one of the girls. Invade her apart Merit when she is alone Hind. Rob and sometimes kill her. As the follies girl was reported to have told defectives today a Don t often a the girl Seldom squeals. Sites afraid to. If they get her jew Lery she tells her Friend she lost it or Hockedy it is now believed that a a Dot Kings death was a quot slip up quot that Lier assailants gave her the killing Des of Choroid til and that the death of quot Lolly Lawson by yesterday alter she had been Gisl i end tied Down was similarly unintended by those w to Rob in is her. Although police said they knew tin i of a Gerhard m do he hanker broker Brooklyn Manhattan i Raussert Ilion director and dose Friend of the Lawson girl reporters j were unable to find him today. Before dropping the veil Over Dahl however detectives diadem Laid found in the murdered apartment $12, Worth of b. Stock. Her apartment also yielded up today several notebook and diaries con t a ining tin mimes and addresses id t in Nam prominent in society Here iii san Francisco Chicago and Texas miss Lawson Home state quot she travelled in pretty High Coni Pany a said ins jus tor Coughlin. Quot we re going to summon everyone of her known friends for a Utti zing quot Ile declined however veal their names. As the result of tin follies Girt s Story squads of detective in Plain clothes were guests at All Tho principal a it euro in and night cabarets in s a Reb of taxi men she described to them. Descriptions of these men also were circulated throughout the department iter and in nearby cities. Several witnesses i lid tiding the elevator Ojst Ator who saw two a sex i Cess men enter mass Lawson s apartments the last Tarpon known to have visited Here examined rogue gallery photograph at police Headquarters whether they identified worried i it of Hie pictures subject As the express men was urn disclosed. Washington feb. P. In unsuccessful efforts of to min eau Root to Force from Fred cult it. Fils publisher of the dem r 1� Dost an admission that hurry of Clair had Fain hosed in is Lei newspaper in connection with the to Iliad dome lease were mad today at another dramatic session of the Senate Oil committee. Or Bon fibs was emphatic ii i denials charged that i enemies in Denver had inspired the questions and declared that the contract which Sinclair entered into with Tho publisher and j. Leo stack a Denver of Man whereby he was to pay them $,0m he too . In settlement of a liability under contracts which stack had with Standard Oil subsidiaries whose claims in Teapot Dona Sinclair previously had purchased for is ooh huh. While the gruelling Cross examination of the publisher by tax Wisconsin senator proceeded the Senate renewed its debate o Lithe resignation Resolution and finely reached an agreement to shut off discussion it fire monday and begin voting on All pending amendments and finally on fax it Resolution itself. Resuming ids testimony which a it gun yesterday or. Rot his charged i response to questions by senator Walsh that there was a conspiracy Between i Tohey Sinclair and a the Standard Allied companies to i or Sinclair have tin Teapot dome As far As they wore quot they having no antagonistic inter a Sis in California a Bonfils said tiny a a had no objection to letting or. Dorcay to ave tin naval Reserve there and they went into the agreement along these ins Atli the leases Wen the witness added that he Hod quot confirmed that Tiu Midwest and the Pioneer commutes subsidiaries of the Standard Oil company of Indiana re eel veil $1,Otto, in Oil from the sin Clair eos uppity which took Ort r the Tea to i Birne Lea so. Look into contract. Taking Over the . Chairman i in Roth demanded to know Why stack had come to lion fibs in the first a Duce to help him to enforce ins contract Ami what 11 Ai ii is was supposed it do the witness reified that lie Long had known stack Aud that lie was to Advance the Money for All necessary muses Ami a lawyer questioning the witness Alnar tile two conferences with Sinclair before lie x 1,1 old met w a shined i chairman Lenroot ask a if it bad i urged to him that if tin sine Hur lease wits a straight quot Sinclair Wood not have dealt with him at All. A no quot responded the witness. W Hen the Chai ram ii wanted to know whether the attacks Ion Nln a at by a Denver Post Vero discussed it the peelings w till is -.Clair, Bonfils i qui of the american Institute of York. Iii 1x72 mrs. Fletcher s Ria go to Samuel drat fief Chi new York took place. He was heeled with the Macy store iii York until his health failed. The took his wife Aud their children went to Aspen colo., hoping his health might in restored. But death cutin to him there and ids widow was left with five Little children one Doris Only five Mouths old. She came with her Little family to Atchison where she had relatives liked it Here Anil n unlined. Mrs. Fletcher lived to see her five children grow to splendid manhood and womanhood. In Atchison she and her children won it place for themselves in the affections of Ilia people. Then Are two boys in the family strangulation Jerome Fletcher of Detroit who iii Rived with Bis wife today and mar shall Fletcher who lives in Atchison. The three daughters Are mrs. Horace k. Runner of Mountain Lake n. A mrs. Howard Clayton Yonkers n. Y., Aud mrs. Frank Altman Minne Ailis min. Because of the illness of or 1 runner mrs Tanner is unable to in Here for the funeral. The other a iii id ret Are Here. Mrs. Clayton has been Here for several weeks Ani devoted to her Mother during Fletcher s last illness. Mrs. Fletcher is survived by two Brothers and one mister Walter n. Bacon of Boston president of the american tool \ machine co., and of the Whitesmith do bushing co. George Bacon of new Hampshire who is so a it lug the Winter in St. Deter Burg Fin and mrs George Vav Richardson of Maplewood a j mrs. Don Ashman of Atchison is a Niece of mrs. Fletcher. The funeral will fake place monday afternoon t rom the resident t>7 North seventh Street. The Rev. Heber c Benjamin Rector of Trinity Epps Copal Church of which mrs Fletcher was a Loyal faithful Woodier will have charge of the services g. G. I. Harmony meet. Hsiu a ated i Ade. N Cut is ions w and Char from his in Hamm i Ceil was not a tie Sinclair 1 tin a most re that a Ord i inti Lucs ill i it i a a it k fat Hill by do w i Mill a in Neva Elk a icon i nth i unwed Onfer i Liiv Frei i he ingot ult it a 1 with Sinclair. Replied the wit lies Daugherty returns. �?�1 Neon with Tricie in. S i Ai Rinmo s of Impi Man a s War revived but i ilium verification. It tor Dunghi Llu whose name had been drawn into the on on the Senate floor from Florida and Ismedia cd with a resident Coolidge re Ely it by they girls m t was mrs. Quiz to is mrs Fai Mccullough Inis so much Over the ouster proceedings brought Aga inst her husband six has become very 111 and Meivers of her family Are alarmed. Deray Good of Kansas City is Gujt lug it the f ii. Johnson Home Wyandotte omit republicans select District convention delegates. Kansas City Kus., Fob 9. Bleu for i try loyalty and Hart non addresses at tin Wyandotte Conli by Republican Een Lral committee meet ing Here Triay. The meeting was called to seus t 53 delegates to repress it the county at the congressional dist let Cony Cut Ion in Ottawa March 4, arid tin state Convell Hon March it Fuller representation fur the county was urged. Upon leaving the White House or. Lougherty a Iid the Oil Leake invest la a ii had entered largely in o the i us Sion with the exe Euteve la a tied that in had been Reque ted the pres i Lieut to return Frem Florida Ellied in had tendered ids re signal 1 Mil refused to talk about details if he Oil inquiry. Secretary Din who bad ii conference Vav till the president Atter the a Bluet meeting yesterday was closeted for n Long time today with Secretary weeks who has been his Friend for no by years. There were indict a is is that the Senate situation was discussed but there was no evidence hat or Danby had changed his an mounted determination to remain on the Job despite the pending in solution asking that he resign. To hear or Doo next. By completing the a or. Boulli today the Oil committee the Way to hear William g. Mcadoo on my Alae with ref Crewe t it is professional serves with the inv a Lei in Oil Eon Vanh quot or Mcadoo. Is a candidate for the ism presidential i a Oil nation. Will appear it his own request. Dolley wont fight Mulvane to Sioux Cement brings Harui Oev of Shawnee i Amity a o. D. I on vent Ion. Topeka Kus. Feb9 to u in by prevailed it the Shawnee Cut to y r publican ism Vinton today following the announce Luent of j n de a it Mer it tax a Bank commissioner the. Would not Oppus Dave Mulvane to it it a National Republican Cox in so 1 tie in Home Cotton to Convent the Convent in ende Seii la a at Coer Juc Ami adopted 1 a thai to in Dei Gates sup so eng Yin vane for tat Iqual a Mutt tto email o named on to county a u distort. R Aud Stareo conv Bias. Vav to i s rat in

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