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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - January 17, 1926, Atchison, Kansas The sunday morning Globe. Price five cents Atchison Kansas sunday january 17, 1926 forty ninth year. No. 12950 Pete Greiner of f Potter a is a emulate the Missouri mule always be backward in deeds of Compromise on tax Bill Way paved for Early vote by Senate. Reductions Are increased measure considerably modified report is due tuesday. Teacher of evolution faces trial in Jugo Slavia Illy Tho , publicans and Alice committee press Jan. he democrats on the Fin j compromised their Dif j Belgrade Jan. 1ft�?jugoslavia has a Scopes Case. A professor who upholds the theory of evolution is to he tried at Tranjan. Ile is accused of attempting to undermine religion and morality. Bronislaw potion Edir one of the country a lending educators started a controversy a Short time Ngo in delivering a lecture Lief re a Large crowd and expounding no evolution theory. Although ids auditors paid Little More than passing attention to his remarks the news when of was received in a Small Village near Vranja caused Tho population to Divide into factions. The chief religious authority and his adherents formed one faction and a school teacher named Karadjie leads the other in upholding the evolutionary theory. When the fundamentalists found that they were making no headway in their Fig tit against the evolutionists the Clergyman had Karadjie haled to court. The trial is exciting so much interest that already serbian and foreign journalists Are proceeding to Vranja. Karadjie apparently is not giving himself much worry. He declares that if he is condemned by the court the minister of education will see to it that the sentence against him is not put into execution. Rizzo cases disposed of through Fine and permanent injunction. Farmers for fewer speeches As postal Economy Means fermions on tax reduction today and ordered by unanimous vote a res it it of the House Revenue Bill to tin Senate quot till considerable modifications. The Compromise which involved principally future reductions in the surtax rates Aud re Hal of the inheritance tax increased the total reduction provided by the House measure for this year from the St too too to $3go,-000,000 and cleared the Way for Early passage of the Bill by the Senate. It Harmati Smoot said he would report the measure to the Senate on to a a ration for a couple of Days if the cloture Rule was invoked to permit an Early vote on the world court. Spikes i n of tilt two parties in the Senate expressed satisfaction with tin Compromise and declared to final vote on the Bill by the Senate Early in february was almost certain. Agreement Mas sudden. The agreement came suddenly lug its work within two weeks the Dill was first taken up the Mil tee established a new record Kansas not As bad As painted Franklin j. Hole answers recent article in the railway review. A recent article in Tho railway review. Which was reprinted iii thej1oim\ contained statistics w hich do Lav hut would hold up its consid-1 not reflect the urinal conditions iii it least Kansas according to Franklin j. Hole state representative from tim country District of Atchison county. The article quoted information from tile Federal census Bureau purporting to show that Kansas leads All Tho states in tile increase of the Cost of government from 1117 to 1924. Thrift week opens today Atchison will observe nation wide event with extensive educational program. Paroled from jail terms charges against members of the family dismissed a Cost Rizzo $500. Thrift week opens today when Thrift and frugality and i week Kindred disposition of charges against Frank j Rizzo and members of his family in the Atchison police court and the at j Bison county District court was of footed yesterday afternoon under agreements Between City and county i attorneys and counsel for the Rizzos j i the proceedings included issuing of Jan injunction against the Rizzo store j 707 commercial Street pleas of guilty.1 i entered in the District court by Frank Rizzo to two counts of prohibitory Law violations the dismissal of prohibitory i Law violation charges against mrs. I Rivizzo and her daughters misses Joso Plino and Mary Rizzo the withdrawal j j by or. And mrs. Rizzo of appeals to tilt District court from convictions uti Lity lie Assoria ted press Manhattan Kas Jan. Ign opposition to a proposal to lengthen Rural free delivery routes As an Economy measure was expressed by members i of local Nui Ulier 1,785 of the Farmers i Union at Elbow Kus., near Here in a Resolution tonight. Curtailed franking privileges and a reduction in the amount of propaganda mailed by governor departments was suggested As a better Economy measure. A the Post office department is being made the Goat of the other departments a speakers declared in endorsing the Resolution. Quot we believe in Economy a Joy hairnets Secretary of the local said in presenting the Resolution a but we Are of the opinion that it coaids St i realized by curtailing congressional franking privileges or reducing the amount of propaganda sent out by Tho Treasury and agricultural departments. We do not believe it would be an Economy to lower the mail service to the Farmers. We already receive less and poorer Servile than the cities lint pay the same the proposal to lengthen the Rural routes is said to have the approval of congressman Homer i Loch of the fourth Kansas District and a copy of the Resolution is to to forwarded to lie forwarded to him with a request that he withdraw his support of the measure. Drys and wets Ito hasten both Happy court vote sixth anniversary of Prohibi-1 Senate will invoke cloture to j. H. Talbott. 93 years old Dies Atchison county Pioneer passes away in Kansas City. Burial in Atchison monday or. Talbott was born at canal Dover Ohio and came West in 1855. Tion finds Confidence in opposing Camps. End aft or Cornin the qualities arc to receive special alien Hon. A week s program of Thrift activities is it eing promoter by the International v. M. C. A., through its local associations. Atchison a program has been fully arranged and will include Short talks in the sunday schools this morning on j quot Thrift by members of tin i High school Public speaking classes the w Hile there is much to to com-1 la link a of Thrift i lets Ami posters mended in the article said or. Hole in i unches. And by tin Observance yesterday it contains some statements through to week of tile International that Are Apt to lie misleading unless program which will in As follows Taim d against them in the Judice court by Tho associated press Chicago Jan. Ion the sixth annl and the payment by or. And mrs. A Sarv of prohibition today found dry Rizzo into the police court and the Dis a a workers and wet forces each express ing Confidence and both agreed that the Buttle is far from ended. V. Scott Mcbride general superintendent of the anti Saloon league and other dry leaders said that henceforth Rizzo j a. Re Campaign would lie Coneen a Fleet j trilled in Tho cities a because enforce i try Lis i in Isidera iou of Revenue legislation. Tin following changes in the House were voted today further reduction on surtax rates applying on income Between $2 5,000 Aud , a Emieal of the inheritance tax. Restoration of the present alcohol levies which the House had voted to i it in half. Agreement on House action for re i Ca hug tile gift fax. First prisoners to new reformatory a v. Program. Today a share with others Day Monitor Thrift Day. Tuesday budget Day. Wednesday insurance Day. Thursday own your of n Home Friday Safe investment Day. Saturday i a Hills promptly Daw Thrift programs will be Given iii the various Public schools during the week. Thrift will be a talked quot Ai Tho pm i dinner and civic dubs and other for local projects in connection with the week carried through. Arrangements have also been made for the Banks to distribute special Thrift Home account books i ids week. As a part of the Campaign. One knows All the facts. A tile increase of 507 per cent in expenditure by the state of Kansas iii 1924 did not cause a corresponding increase in taxes lint was the result of hic disbursement of a bout 2x million dollars for soldiers Bonus and was raised by Bond issues. A and this sold Issue was authorized by vote of tim Jie Ople of tile state in Stead of being a tin most Wanton t ravage Nee on the part of those whom they a however. Hic existence of these same Lumas Iannis was the controlling influence in making no the opposition to a special session of the pave the was for a state Horn Issue i a a a announcements for Tho week will be made through the cd Low to Morrow. Strict court of More than .8bx an Cash. Another $100 will be paid in Twenty Days. Tho injunction obtained yesterday afternoon by George i. Brown county attorney against or. And mrs. Is a Jim Inanen one. And in commands them to refrain from fur meat is established in the Thor violations of prohibitory Laws at Hie Rizzo store. Violations of the order will permit judge w. A. Jackson drastic Means to enforce tin injunction. With the possibility unit the store May lie padlocked if other lie ans fail. Violations would also a a omit of jail sentences and fines being Imp cd no Oil Hie Rizzos by the court. I ast sat on the other hand a. It. In Iamondo president of the Illinois division of Tho association opposed to prohibition Sai l the Campaign of the anti prohibitionists would to waged in the country quot for Chicago and the big cities Are firm against i he mrs. Balu a. Boole of Brooklyn malay a temporary injunction was president of Tho women Brist in it grunted in the District court again or i Emp Orance i Aion. Speaking in Evans i lie Litizzo store Vesterdal s order on. National headquarter s of tin a court also i bal prohibition is merely Brown Scio following the Normal course of any great Reform which takes a generation or More to become entirely effective. A we w ill win a or. Pin mention said. A the cities arc now definitely with us. Recently a it ,. A a. A what. We want is modification of the. Present Law. We want Light wines and t to younger daughters. Josephine and \ a 1.r the it a Law Ninoth. Mary Rizzo were charged with six makes it permanent. The allowed comity attorney special attorney s fees for tin prosecution of iii injunction application. In a complaint filed in Hie District court recently by county . Brown or. And mrs. Rizzo and their i _ .1ht get Issue out of Way for tax Bill. By the associated press Washington Jan. In a move to invoke cloture on the world court Issue so As to get it out of the Way Speis Lily to make Way for the tax reduction Bill i developed late today in Senate circles. I some of those initiating the movement said the Effort to limit debate to one hour for one speaker might be made monday. A two thirds majority would lie necessary to make the cloture Rule operative. This subject was discussed today in Hie finance committee with a handier of members favouring such a step under Hie apprehension trial some opponents of til court might undertake to delay action on the tax Bill if that should displace the court Oil the Senate Calendar. I some democratic senators also Are interested with the cloture movement. They conclude that delaying tactics have have been resorted to by of laments and hint the Senate should act i j on a matter which has been Pend in i for nearly three years. Delay in arms special car leaves Leavenworth for Ohio institution. I by Tho associated press Leavenworth Kus., Jan. In Twenty prisoners front the baited states Peni i i tin to Here Are scheduled to leave Early tomorrow morning aboard it special end hound for Chillicothe Ohio where they will ii come the first inmates of the National reformatory a government institution now being started to hire for Young first offender and to relieve la menacing overcrowded condition of Federal Pone tooth Des. All arrangements for the journey were completed tonight. Tin Pecini car will go direct to St. Louis and hum on to Chillicothe where it is scheduled to arrive at id Aln o clock monday morning. Luther u Idle superintendent of Federal prisons Anil Fred j. Zerbst Deputy Warden of hic Federal Penitentiary Here left Leavenworth tonight Lolo on baud when the first i Outing iii arrives Al the reformat orc. Four experienced prison officers de tailed to guard the special cur. Will remain on permanent at Hie reformatory. The Twenty a a pioneers at tin nation Al reformatory will be detailed at mice to Hie task of preparing buildings for Hie redid of a j Lier Young first offenders. The it forma to. N on the site of Camp Sherman where several Hundred acres of Fin Faun land is available. When the buildings Are ready for More occupants transfers by tin Carload w ill be tarted from the Federal prisons principally Leavenworth Ami Al , sending Young first offenders to Hie new institution. With hic establishment of the National reformatory the unsatisfactory svs Tom of having Young prisoners confined will old Aud hardened criminals will tie eliminated. Duly first of fenders and fed a nil prisoners under Jill years of age will he sent to the re forma Lory Morris attacks Coolidge of fifty or sixty millions for a High j Way system. Because tin credit of an i individual a Community or a stat is Good. That is no reason Why it should to used to the limit. On the other hand such credit should he carefully would Stop sunday trains and papers i head of Sabbath tus Juler s commit tee announces program. By Tho associated press a new York inn. In 1 less amen cans Stop Sabbath breaking they a will a rapidly Gallop to ii,11." Noah Webster Coper chairman of the Southern met tim list sabbat ii crusaders committee said today a Koi his arrival iii Nev. J i York on his Wuy to Washington to i join other committees from the Smith to ask Congress Ami Hie president Pic number Sush in interstate Commerce Oil Sun j quot quot old i i Day. I or. Cooper and his committee will also ask for a sunday Observance Law i for the District of columbian and will sek hit abolition of sunday news a papers throughout the country As quot i insult to god and a menace to the the crusader asserted that Hie quot hell j of divorce High taxes the despoiling f of Homes and Youthful prodigality quot All j follow in the Wake of sabbat ii Bren k i lug acts. A if we done to keep sunday just As i god told Moses to Tench the world we w ill go to ruin financially physically Ami spiritually a asserted or. Co tier. J quot every Pierson or Church that invests Money in a Sabbath breaking business i s inviting gods Wrath. We May j seem to Prosper inn destruction will j come at test right of u. S. To control radio attorney general orders prosecution of owners of station jaz. By the associate Cress Chicago Jan. In. The right of the Federal government to regulate the use of the air for broadcasting by radio stations was brought to Hie test for la first time today with the receipt in Chicago of orders from attorney general Sargent to prosecute tin Zenith radio Cor ration. Operators of station jaz for usurping a wave length assigned to a Canadian station but which is not in use. Government officials Jan nod out that in to the rapid increase iii the of broadcasting stations it jail a necessary to Heck this first attempt to quot ignore the right of the go eminent to assign wave lengths lest it Lead to an epidemic of wave length pirating. The Zenith station was assigned the same wave length As station Koa of Denver colo., which priority on tin air. Hal Clit Nims i a Large portion 1 of tin most desirable time for Broad i easting. President Eugene f. Mcdonald jr., of Hie Zenith corporation said lie would maid a statement of slate prohibitory Laws. 1 yesterday afternoon Frank Rizzo on a tem a plea of guilty to two of the counts and tin other four were dismissed As they Jar trained to him. All six counts were dismissed As they a it retained to mrs. Kizzor and the two girls. Fader Iris plea of guilty. Frank Rizzo was finial $290. And sentenced to serve sixty Days in the comity jail. It a or. The present Law forced but the other v Anta cannot could to on Art meet possible Senate talks ii Over. By the quot associated in re is Washington Jan. Ign the sixth an a iii versa by of tin ratification of the j eighteenth amendment today was Matte the occasion for a prohibition Field Day j iii Hie Senate w Ith opponents of tin j volstead act replying vigorously to was announced by the court that twin claims of improved conditions in la the payment of the lusts Aud $10 of country since tin dry Law became of the Fine. Or. Rizzo would be in rot Tai foe Tive. From the jail sentence for Twenty Days. I to la a debut was opened in Init of alien in will report Back to tit court,1 a noon by senator Jones. Republican i quot balance of tin Fine and re Washington who defended tin on further orders. The costs will \ Fere ement net and before it ended the night was Well under Way and tile Rizzo Senate chamber had become almost 1 sorted Only eight or ten senators being on hand. Senators junes and Sheppard Democrat Texas a dry Leader Ca cric i Tho Burden of defending prohibition with tin assistance occasionally of senator .1 fess. Republican Ohio. Senators adjustment k u .pilblini1 new pm Cevic amount to about $g0. Some weeks ago or. And in were convicted in the i Artiee court of violations of City prohibitory ordinal j cos. Ile was fined $1,000, Ami sentenced to serve 120 Days in the City j jail and she was fined 8500. And sen-1 leaved to serve thirty Days in tin City Ender yesterday Hie appeals carried to tin District court from these police court convict ions were withdrawn til it ase against mrs Rizzo was dropped and the finer Barteil the Fine assessed against or. Rizzo was reduced from to $200, and in was Jai role d from the 120-Day jail sentence. Or. Rizzo yesterday afternoon paid anti Broussard moved v i Nurmi i it co Cut Maryland Ilene Herat Louisiana by to the offensive. Sharp exchanges were frequent. Senator fess said he wanted to Amend the volstead aet but Only to make it More stringent and that amendments to that end would be offered in due time. Senator Broussard walled to know if the Ohio senator favored for violations of into the District court $100 of ins Fine. Approximately $00 court costs and Theca Plutul punishment Sis Cal attorney fee of $50 allowed \ to volstead act. Bounty attorney brow n under the in a apparently sonic senators under Junction order Natl into the police stood him to say that ii quot would but court the $200 Fine. Tile other it of hater lie denied it saying lie thought conference May wait for Germany sentry to la ague. Geneva Jan. G. Because of articles in the foreign press and because foreign minister is Rose a a to of Germany is Resh used to favor delay until Germany ii Homes a member of Hie league of nations league officials today said they would not be surprised of tin opening meeting of tin preparatory disarmament commission is postdated until Hie latter part of april. President Chin Lou of tin league Council and sir Erie Drummond the league Secretary general Nee in Baris today to attend the quot polling of the Institute of intellectual cooperation Ami May discuss this question with Premier Brinias Well tis the subject of Russia s action in accepting Tho invitation to the disarmament commission meet lug Only if i conference is one held on Swiss soil. The league s Psi Silton is that it Lins nothing to do with the relations he tween Switzerland and soviet Russia but Imp quot is expressed hint Jio Sibio a Lay in i lie convocation of the Confer Cace will permit of a reconciliation Between the Berne and Moscow governments As it. Would let of great in convenience to hold the disarmament meetings elsewhere. Langley enters Huson. River cities fight higher rail rates the District court Fine must is paid i into that court at the end of Twenty i Days. These adjustments Ilij insert of All pending cases against the in Atchison courts. As to whether punishment for in a by anti cigarette nay Law is upheld Hraska senator nays president ii is appointive Power. By tin a my a ted press i his washing on. Jan. In president i boundaries Coolidge was charged iii tin Senate to j Here today spokesmen at i. C. C. Healing proposed tariffs disastrous. Kansas City Jan. In. Traffic arum experts representing St. Joseph Kansas City mid Omaha at tack cd proposed increases in Western freight rates at sessions of the interstate Commerce committee hearing on in i proposed rate advances Here today. W. Judge Pollock hands Down decision i Wagner examiner and j. It. Keeler in test Case. Attorn examiner of the commission Huth quot associated toss i Ihl Vav a sessions of the hearings heard Kansas cite Kus. Jan in the Las to lugn1iluf" is it Munich right of la stat of Kansas to forbid la Liri its Milt a win next. Quot Pelt tile Sale of cigarettes within its Deral court sies wife Ehr Alimony. Rapids resolutions the Day by senator Norris. Republican. Nebraska will violating the Laws of hic land through secret understandings with his appointees to Independent commissions. Speaking in behalf of for the investigate in of commission. Senator Norris declared that the president belong to the group i ital believed Hie commission should in used far Imp Tislau purposes and that in bad used Bis High off let to misconstrue the letter and spirt of hit Tariff Law. Iii charged that or. Coolidge reap pointed David j. Lewis Democrat of Maryland to the commission for quot political purposes but in bad before hit appointment was made the Nebraska senator said the president requested Lewis to git him a Blanket letter of resignation which tii president would i authorized to execute at Liny time. Although Lewis refused to give the letter the senator added Hie appointment was made. Quot i wonder How Many Mere a quot Igna heels president Coolidge is currying around to bold in it members of id pendent he continued. A this is a or forceful met Inal of in til., timing stat of cigarettes was upheld in f by judge joint c. Pollock. Iii to lest Case brought by Hie self servers company a Delaware Coni puny. The company sought an injunction restraining Paul ii. La in. Shawnee county at Orues. Aud Oscar in. A Alison to Riff i Shawnee county sheriff front on fore Ling the Mil Belga ret Law against it on i the grounds Flint the Law violated the i right of to citizen of Tho i listed states to a induct an honest business under 11ii�?� interstate co Mem Claus of the i Federal Constitution. The company Muniu Taitis vending Midline in stores throughout the state which contain Durets Ami which a operated by depositing a Coin and pulling a lever. Keyt rend Yih the state Helker King. By tit1 associated pre Stafford Kus., Jan. Lit Charles Burlin ii la year old great Bend school boy is the new Chocker Champ Ion of Kansas. Young Burlin out pointed a Field of pc Era us to gain Tho state title by de foaling Joseph Grover of Paola iii i ten Multi finals of the tournament Here. Ile won seven of tin Fen and tied two. Tonight ii is the proud a if a medal a $20 Gobi piece a fancy Checkerboard Ami a it it hat. The prospects of Western agricultural bind livestock interests. A Large aum j her of witnesses and Many exhibits will in introduced in order to get opinions of the Western Farmers Ami livestock raisers before the commis 1 Sion. Missouri River l Ilies will tie a the i goats if the railroads arc permitted to increase their rates As proposed representatives of River cities told the quot i commission today. Batt s on Grain products Coal. Lumber and other pro ducts of the Valley Aud the Middle West will be higher to the Middle West Lerini shipper i lit ii to other competitor shipping through the St. Louis Aud i h ten go Gateway they said. Even Tho present rates Are All Hun i traffic in ii Lur As far tis Valley j Cit ii k Are concerned wll Eitz a Patrick director of the traffic Bureau i of the St. Joseph a Kainber of com i Merci declared. Many of the present i rates Are Limiter attack iii cases now i pending before the Commissi n. Rates on lumber moving to the mis siiri River cities from the southwestern Ami Northwestern districts would be increased i to cents a Hundred pounds with no corresponding increase in nit is to Chicago Ami St. Louis. A. To. Childe raffle manager of the Omaha chamber of Commerce said. A similar differential of 15 cents la a ton on Coal from Tho East Aud five Permil on i Iron is proposed in added. Fourth husband of Cedar woman asks divorce. Cedar rapids la., Jan. It mrs. Be iii Maize wealthy business woman of City was made defendant iii a divorce action Here by her husband j. A. Maize who seeks Alimony. Maize charges cruel and inhuman treatment and asks for temporary am permanent Alimony Ami an atom Dimeff against ids wife a property to prevent her disposing of it. The petition says she owns a $.�?~io, apartment Lions in Milwaukee other valuable real estate in Wisconsin and Lins to Large amount of Money iii several Hanks. They by pc been married four years Aud lie is Lier fourth husband. $105, Fike stay it Hita. Auto top haul hums to ground a a hum l Odete Nulud. By tic associated arts i we Bito Kus., Jan in the Kozy Kins lire manufacturing Plant Here. Which makes Auto lops and Side curtains burned to tin ground tonight causing an estimated loss of $lii5,0mi cause of the fire has not been determined. Tile Plant is located outside the City limits amt the fire had gained much headway before tie fire depart meat arrived. The yyeat1ier. Khush bar Suu Lay Aud monday cd Rcpt probable rain in sex run rust por lion tin Ila moderate tempera or. Missouri Bain Sunn Smidu Blidt t old or iii we i portion a today partly Cloudy ill West pro Liam ruin iii East portion. To ii if rain re Bere at to degree. A Aln hic inquiry was favored capital crime. Refers to record. A Tho record of what you said will retorted senator Broussard. Who declared senator fess was and locating a return to the ancient Cir. Tom of hanging a Luau for stealing to loaf of bread. When no minor Sheppard in ids pre pared anniversary address quoted judge Elbert ii. Gary a Hie baited states steel corporation As saying pro iii it Ilion was a Good tiling senator brine inquired if judge Gary did not drink himself adding hint it had been so stated publicly without subsequent denial. A is judge Gary Hie Only Man the senator knows in in is in favor of prohibition for other people and drink liquor himself a inquired senator Blouse Democrat. South Carolina a i sometimes doubt that anybody conscientiously c in favor of prohibition except the senators from Texas Ami Washington quot senator Bruce replied. Senators Sheppard and Bines drive ii picture of marked economic mid social improvement under prohibition but senator Edge painted a very Dif Crent one. Ile declared the conditions in this country now Are deplorable with even Young boys and girls carry ing flasks and becoming intoxicated Laud that Congress should move speedily to a consideration of the quot j danger i in Ali Ning. A sudden death by til quot a Gnu Steil press new York Jan i. In ohs Prvul Ion i of Hie Maui anniversary 1,1 prohibition the new York anti Saloon fugue ii a i a quot sudden death dinner tonight to show the dangers that Lurk in forbid Den bottles counterfeit Laud and strip Stamps confiscated in plants devoted to tile producing of Bootleg i liquor from denatured alcohol Over exhibited us evidence a of tit kind of sniff wets drink quot 1 tim original plan to include an sex of Bootleg liquor Felt through when the Federal attorney Oft re i j Fusel to Coop tui. Former Kentucky congressman or rides at Atlanta Penitentiary. Atlanta. G Ajan. In prisoner number 21.5td. Former congressman John w. Langlay of Kentucky tonight Bud served the first Day of a two year sentence in tin Atlanta Federal sni tertiary imposed no on him for con Spiry a to violate the National prohibition Law accompanied by Roy is Williams chief i listed stale marshal for the Eastern District of Kentucky the former congressman arrived bore Early to Day. Brief formalities of a checking in quot were quickly completed Aud Langley lost his identity behind a prison no most and became one of Hie a oui inmates of tin Gray walled prison Ney radio Dix of Erv. To on Piierce department tells How go sharper tuning. Washington. Inn. In a discovery whereby hic Sharpness of tuning Amli selectivity of radio Crystal receiving sits to. Greatly improved a Anu our cd today by Hie department of com Ineree. E. It. Judson t Jhn in Hie radio Lair urn tory of the Bureau of standards who discovered the improvement de dares that shunting tin Crystal tic Lector across approximately one half i in Inductor Coll instead full Coll causes sharper greater selectivity a clock quot Joe Talkat died at 3 9 of clock saturday morning at the Horn of Bis daughter mrs. John Rockton. In Kansas City. With whom he had made his Home for a Dander of years. Or. Talbott who was one of the pioneers of Atchison county would have been 94 years old in May. Homing to Atchison Corniff in the quot 50�?Ts or. Talvott live. In Monrovia Ami Atchison continuously until 1905, when he went to live with his children. In was in the real estate Bushless in Atchison served a term or two As Register of deeds Aud was always prominent Here in republicans itis. Three daughters and two sons numerous grandchildren and several great great grandchildren survive. The daughters Are mrs. Lockton Kansas City mrs. O. M. Mcconnell Seattle Ami mrs. Frank Ferguson of san Francisco. Mrs. Rockton will be remembered As miss Kate Telliott mrs. Mcconnell As miss Lulu Talbott and mrs. Ferguson As miss Grace Tau Ott. The sons Are John and Frank Talbott ugh of whom a Liv ing in Pasadena Calif. Mrs. To i Bott died years ago. The funeral will be from in Ilu Rouff funeral Home at 2 p. In. Monday with burial in mount Vernon cemetery. The services will be conducted by the Rev. W. E. Wheeler of St. Marks lutheran Church. The i pall bearers will in Arthur and Edwin i , Ellsworth Ingalls Millis c. Ii it or j. B. Adams and Reuben Clark. Knew Quantrell. J or. Talbott was Horn at canal Dover. Ohio and came West in l�?T55, before the Days of railroads and was a passenger on tin steamship quot a. It. Chambers of which George w. Bowman was Captain Aud e. K. Blair clerk. Both Bowman and Blair afterwards became prominent in Atchison. Or. Blair was one of the founders of hic Blair Mill of which institution his son a w. Blair is now at the head. Cholera was had Ort the River that your and or. Talbott loft. The bunt at Jefferson City and came Overland to Monrovia Atchison county a la Hough his passage was paid to Leavenworth. Several passengers it til quot a Chandler a died of Cit Ole in and were buried on the Sand bars. Two years later after or. Telliott had preempted a claim near Monrovia. Ins family came from Obi quot and the Talbott kept a boarding Bouse at Monrovia four years. Albert la Richardson was often a in quot at ins Lions a. Ile was a clean neat witty Man of about thirty and a engaged in writing up the Kansas Border struggle for the new York Tribune. Richardson wrote beyond the Mississippi quot to noted Book to copy of which still May lie set ii at the Pili son Library. In in x i ended writ quot up of or. Talbot which appeared in tin famous historical edition of til Globe in i Sui it is related that Jim Lane also Stoj it a it at tin Talbott ism Diug hoi quot at Monrovia occasionally. On Lam made a speech at Pardee and a. J. Westbrook was in the audience. Lane made so iii quot abusive referent lowest Brook who made to movement As if t a null a pistol but i Ane Shook his eel quot brute Bony Finger at Westbrook Ami defied him to shop. At that tim quot Atchison Vas controlled by Lite pro slavery element but the fro stat nit it predominated around Monrovia and Pardee. James red a i la a oin uti Joe Tull its and a it. It. Anthony quot Ell w Ilder appeared Here is Young men and took up claims. I in i tall Kitt hoarding House a built of logs Aud often was so crowded thin j tile floor a occupied with cd. When or. To 11 vat lived n canal Dover Ohio. He knew win. C Quail it fell who afterwards lifetime a noted i guerilla and sacked Lawrence. Mrs. Talbott went lot Bool Vav by f iii"1. Aud their teacher was Juan Rvl s j father a very worthy Amu. Att a or tuition we married lie moved to Zanesville. Indiana and store with s. In j. Snyder who was after i wards one of the Early settlers of a a j quot Bison county and a Strong tree Man. Forty Yil Tims blah d funerals held yesterday at Ywit Button Wilburton quot Kin Jan. I a a ii Acton tonight had buried Tom of of s of How a Tiff de Jim met pm dead victim wednesday lives in i leg Ber 21. Tonight sad eyed women children who looked Ltd a de standing lad returned h out husband and hit hers to it dreary i a just of the full More than forty men Vav bout a re i Bof Aero t lining the Ami n by y to Kechi i i. Personnel Down to Kumm with Many enlistments expiring. A i Islington Jan in tin Navy Ltd Putin Cut has ordered recruit g re sliced of no unlimited a is and i arranging to cull Back p. A it pm i a a a gun reservists to serve in i. Cirn. Offices during the Campaign. The step is heres or been a the. No Vav is now Down to about St Ani. Met Here today yesterday a other cities churches Parlours All 1 Fin after it Westward t two Miles f some Limi Bur Levi burled f Fin nil w a d Delta scenes of path it Vav As taken Dow n o tile Little kit it Cut Tho plan gooday ii i. Usa a met Rode pre a t k toi in by i Rel. a to. Bul i a a a. A will nem a Lay in a r of i a Laa or and is to be exceptionally meats which to iii. A bib faced i his year Large number a. Are to pin b the enlisted Simer i v a this a it set of co i a Peru authorized at i non met for it pc months do to shortage �?�., funds int Imen below that figure. I a i ii uni appropriation a i Hie House for to i it i is. I a would provide a a a. A Ley is

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