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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, San Antonio, Texas I my reply Igland believed unwilling to consider com Promise. Visy pros. Moscow May 19. Russia s re ply to Mimi in Justpn s suggestions fas outlined to Krassin the Itu Oklun soviet commissar for foreign Zradf in two hour conference at the we Loulou foreign office thursday has not yet been sent to London. The conference was concerned with the decent Exchange of notch by the two f governments arid lord Oraon is in Irr Stool to have made it Clear to m. A Kryssin that government would Nicci it nothing of full co Iliili Ann with Brit frit Flani Randii. comment sat night pin reason to Utji Jve that Kuhkta would stand on her note i express inc willingness to nettle the by a Iwider Chiw but Sel Inibig to accept any ultimatum. Rux nip Jirs i of a Mcneil upon Innanti Iii her own policy in if Laht. But non Roncey herself ready Chen Bligh by to conference Witti gland non conflicting activities in bust. In Moscow the Eastern ass Rostion is considered Only in Billy sep important just i in the British Ilus Ronti note Exchange. Progress and lag. The chinese offi Cinalu at Taa Schwang comfortable in their 247 sleeping cars parked on the railway siding argue among them selves As to How this or that shall be done to for o the 15, who Are Bleep ing on the care ground in the Shan Tung mountains Clad in thin rags and Tattera underfed and some of them in. Urgent need of medical and Hospital care. To Raluy it was announced that we to Lin minister of communications who headed the Central government s delegation at had abandoned his conferences with the out Laws when he received their latest dictum that All troops be withdrawn from Shantung province and that the Bandit forces said to aggregate up wards of men be constituted the provincial army. This information drought the state ment that the diplomatic corps would make new and stronger representations to the chinese government. And so the situation stands Satur Day night after 14 Days have dragged along since the train raid near Zuchow. Fourteen men and one woman a Little mexican Senor wife of Manuel a. Verca one of the prisoners who refuses to leave her Hus band b Side Are Hope for Freedom. Rockefeller gives Lincoln collection to Brown University american doomed continued from Page 1. A they Uro Are released advices from Timo Chwang state Mutiny is feared among the troops policing the Bandit they have not been paid of 13 months Are reported to be fraternizing by a press with the outlaws even to Providence r. I., May John Kocic Feller or. Has Given to Tho John Hay Library of Brown University the famous Mclellan Lin Coln collection. In announcing the gift saturday or. Harry Linn Koopman Tho University librarian said that Rockefeller who is a Mem Ber of the Brown class of 1807, had made it is expression of his loyalty to his Elma mater and also on account of appropriateness of the building As the a Biff visible memorial to bin distinguished fellow alumnus John Huy to be the shrine of thib famous assemblage Lincoln me the Mildian collection formed speaking tour is discussed with senator Moses. Lul full own v of Selling the brigands intent ammunition they carry. Some of the Soldi Orn however a still arc said to be in circling the Bri fortress despite repeated Asser from chinese official Quarter i. That they had been withdrawn to in euro Tho safety of Tho prisoners in to the outlaws ultimatum. Tho diplomatic corps headed by b. Defreytas the perfume minister twice has called on chinese government to Speed up for release of the 15 for Eigners held in the Temple prisons of Tot Zulu. The last time represent a sons Wero made the government was informed the ministers were await 3ng with impatience action by the Soper Cong regime. Diplomats Idle. his Way from Shanghai to Pek american minister Schurman a stopped of fat Tsao Chinng Long to Tell the chinese official there to get results and get them quickly or drastic action would be taken. It get the prisoners out and talk terms was the keynote Schurman s Dema Ifil. Still the negotiations alternately i the extent i Over n Job of years by Charlea the govern Woodberry Mcl Gllnn of Champlain n. Y., includes More than vol Umes and pamphlets approximately 120 Legal papers autograph letters ind miscellaneous Autographic mater Ial of Lincoln himself and about Iso other pieces of Autographic material. Them Are also Broad sides political copters medals pictures ballots added and other items. Sheriff identifies Clara Phillips continued from Page 1. Phillips saturday she said weeping. By Univie Wal service. Washington May George h. Moses of now Hampshire uncompromising foe of the Harding plug Cha ii Oover proposal for american membership in tha of nations court and chairman of tie Republican senatorial Campaign committee conferred with president. Harding on Iolite Al matters for an hour and a Ulf saturday. The league court was mentioned but once and then Only cursory senator Moses declared after the conference. The senator said further that he did not discuss with the president his observations abroad which More than Ever strengthened his objection to american involvement in the affairs of Europe. Why should i discuss these things with the the senator Aii cd. The president knows where i Harding s greeting when the Tor entered the executive o fica left no doubt that lie had read the irreconcilable Leader s vigorous in out me mints on the league court question since his recent return from his european tour. How Are the president asked As they Shook hands. A right except for a sore senator Moses replied. Well i should think you ought to have a sore or Harding laughingly added. I lans for the president s Western and alaskan trip were discussed at length with particular reference to Harding s speeches. And while the league court was not directly touched on the executive s recently disclosed decision to follow the advice of party leaders to subordinate the court Issue further confirmed. Two of the speeches already mapped out by the president were outlined to. The senatorial committee chairman in some detail. One probably to be delivered in Kansas City will Lea exclusively with the transportation problems confronting the country the Point of delivery yet t in determined upon will be devoted entirely to agricultural questions. The league court will not be mentioned in either address according to the in prism Jon gained from senator Moses. This course is directly in line with the senator s attitude that Domestic issues must be and tonal questions Olve fully Side tracked if the itty Juwuan party is to hav any Chance of Success in 1024. He weather forecast san Antonio Vicinity cunday Onset tied probably local showers Mon Day generally fair. East Texas sunday partly a Teddy to Cloudy scattered showers monday generally fair. West Texas sunday and icon Day generally fair. Hourly ban Antonio Texas May 18-19, 1923. . 90 8a.m.73 tp.m.8s 7 .74 . 85 8a.m.77 9p.m.82 fla.m.81 . 78 10a.m.88 . 78 . 80 3 medal Foht. 77 12 noon. Re . 77 . 2am.77 so.m.75 4 . 81 British liners will comply . .tp.ffi. 4 . . Coal to be surveyed problems of preventing Winter fuel famines is taken up. In Mexico she declared she met a former Friend Jess Carson who is now in the Tegucigalpa Penitentiary and that he compelled her by Force to leave with him telling her that Hon Duras had no extradition treaty. High in qualify i Muon jut Jimy one Oahu we snub Uley Cli Ailcy of Success 111 1u1m 11 that she was innocent and chair ref i has frankly stated that to regards that Alberta Meadows had bran killed presidency and control of the Senate i by Peggy Caffe. She declared her As in serious peril for the g. p High band had turned state s evidence it internal issues arc allowed to be lie and Peggy she asserted were re-1 come dominant in the Campaign Spon Sirje for her conviction. _ the Minnesota election on july 17, to name a successor to the late Sena Tor Knute Nelson was another topic of considerable discussion during the hour and half conference senator Moses said. He asked the president to go into Minnesota on his Way West and make a speech in behalf of the Republican candidate who is to be selected at a primary in june. Hard ing snid he had to decline because jus itinerary made up and in the immortal words of James g. Elaine senator. Declared president Harding will not be a decl head in the in the president will prob ably write a letter to be use in the Campaign or Send a representative to make a speech. Low in Price by associated press. New York May ments of a committee of Public officials educators and technical experts to undertake a solution of the storage Angle of the Coal problem was announced saturday by the Federated american engineering Socie ties. Headed by w. L. Abbott of Chi Cago the committee includes h. Fos Ter Bain director of the United states Bureau of mines David fat Myers former fuel administrator new York City Perley f. Walker Dean of engineering University of Kansas h. Hoyt of the Duluth message Northern railway prof s. W. Parr University of Illinois Edgar s. Nethercut of the Eastern society of engineers Chicago am Roy v. Wright editor new York City. Effects of storage to be studied. While the United states Coal com Mission the department of Commerce and the Bureau of mines Are invest gating other phases of the Coal Indus try. With a View to eliminating recur rent Winter famines the engineering societies group will be once rec principally with the possibilities o storage the Cost and prospects o financing new storage equipment n vital Points throughout the country the effect of storage on the heat value methods of eliminating the Dan Ker of spontaneous combustion ant the possibilities of using stored Coa. As collateral. White footwear summer sounds the Clarion Call White and we have responded with an array of Dainty models for every find wonderful values Here All the greater because Cinderella footwear is so dependable. Queen of the Nile this Ultra fashionable Model with Spanish heels and turn soles of finest washable White s12 values for 10.85 other splendid strap effects cutout Pat terns cuban heels military and Spanish. 4.35 4.85 5.85 6.85 7.85 9.85 White Linen oxfords and strap modes a styles Are Here tasty models that reflect the season s latest Sandal effects cutout models As Well As walking Oxford and the entire variety of heels Are Well Range to is in Oil Field Miller Alexander Rice inst _ tute senior at Goose _ Creek. By associated press. Atlanta May hut Chison Alexander reported in Dis patches from Houston Texas Satur Day night As having disappeared from Rice Institute where he was a senior is it Goose Creek Texas in the Oil Fields according to word received Here by his father Hooper Alexander former United states District attorney. . Alexander stated saturday night that his Soa had a Good position in the Oil Fields lust summer and thai last monday he had a Chance to make a similar connection for his sum mar and loft Houston hurriedly not having time to notify the school authorities. Probably would return in time for the graduation exercises the father stated. Warrants 7 in 52-barrel theft accepts new dry with liquor by associated press. Washington. O., May sir Auckland Geddes the British ambassador has been Given Complete discretionary authority by his govern ment to Deal with complications Aris no from the decision of the supreme court denying foreign shipping the right to bring liquor into american Waters. Theer la no disposition on the part of the ambassador to question the soundness of the decision at this stage and it is said the British lines will comply strictly with the regulations soon to a Laid Down by Treasury officials. The British disposition is to give the new regulations a fair test. It is declared there is no urgency in the Case. When sir Auckland visits Lon Don in the course of his approaching trip abroad he will discuss the subject with foreign office officials. Should it be found in the meantime that injustice has resulted and that British Commerce is being unfairly treated the ambassador will make representations upon his return to Washington next fall. The French italian Spanish and other governments whose ships touch at american ports however Are under greater pressure to secure Relief from the ruling in View of their Domestic Law requiring vessels to carry and Issue wine rations. But they also Hove refrained from lodging any protest beyond verbal representations made to Secretary Hughes from time to time and Are awaiting promulgation of the new regulations before they make specific complaints. Sugii Osis democratic chairman in letter asks president to halve Tariff. Railway men oppose pres ent program of i. By associated press. Washington d. A May a number of revisions in tentative government plans for Railroad consolidation were suggested saturday by Railroad men appearing before the interstate Commerce commission. William s. Jenny vice president and general counsel of the Delaware Lik Kawaiin Western protested against proposals to include that line in a. Group with new England roads and said that an alternative plan with the Erie Wabash systems even though dangerous would be More desirable. Frank h. Alfred president of tha Fere Marquett argued that the government s plan to create a Sepa rate Michigan Peninsula regional sys tem with his line As the chief constituent would not furnish sufficient earning capacity of the resulting Mer Ger. W. A. Colston chief counsel of the new York Chicago St. Louis argued generally for a commission policy towards consolidation which would give wide latitude and flexibility to projects originated by age ments. Governors called to discuss child labor by associated press. St. Louis May warrants work issued saturday against seven men under arrest on charges of first a Greo robbery in connection with the theft of g2 barrels of whisky from a government warehouse Here april 25 Ihk. The whisky had a prescription value of and a Bootleg value of it was said. Auto is buried at san Marcos Alamo Plaza special Telegram to the express. San. Marcos Tex., May 19 funeral services for miss Maxine Jones 17, senior in the san Marcos High school who was killed Friday in an automobile Accident near sol a while on her Way to san Antonio were held Here saturday. Following services it the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Boss Jones Church serv ices were held at 3 o clock with Rev. Guston Hartfield of the methodist. Church officiating. Saturday was to have been class night at the High school but out of respect to miss Jones the event was i not held and the Flowers which were i to have been used As decorations a the entertainment were placed on the grave pallbearers selected from the graduating class were Ronald Hall. Carroll Stevens Harrold Stevens. Clande Bailey John de Steifner and George key. The remainder of the graduates were honorary pallbearers. By associated press. Aurora 111., May j. Davis Secretary of labor saturday announced that that the governors of every state in the Union would be invited to Moose cart 111., during the week of june 24, to participate in the governors round table discussion of child As this is vitally important in View of the recent supreme court decision holding the child labor Law of the District of Columbia unconstitutional. Each governor will be asked to at tend in person and to Send two Dele Gates to this conference one of the objects being to formulate a uniform child labor Law and to urge its adoption by those states where there is n such Law on the statute a Citrus Grove in the magic Valley is a proven investment will fissure you of permanent in come. A Fite tire Grove with certified Tyfo year old Trees planted on Citrus land and cared Tor by experts will Cost no Mote than a. Cood automobile and can purchased on terms. Yor further information descriptive Booklet phone or Citrus Russell building. Crockett by associated pre Washington d. C., May chairman Hull of the democratic National committee. Saturday re ewed his request of president hard in for a 50 per cent reduction of Ugar Tariff rates under the flexible revisions of the new Law. The recent action of Canada in reducing the Tariff on raw sugar 40. Ends on 100 pounds and on refined Ngar 50 cents on 100 said r. Hull in a statement immediate y resulted in a reduction in like mount of the Price of refined sugar o Canadian Consumers us. Reported in i press. Here is positive to Rowatti reduction of sugar to riffs result s immediately and directly in a Corres onding reduction of sugar prices to be consumer. Instead of making the simple Experiment of reducing the duty on Ugar. The Harding administration is expedients to divert attention away till indulging in the most desperate rom the sugar Tariff outrage which if costing the american people around a year in excessive and extortionate hello or and mrs. Care less if you Start a fifty fifty partnership each of you laying away 25 cents a Day and Deposit it with be monthly and i add to it making s3.000 in Cash for you would t you think you had a mighty Good thing Well i am doing that very thing for hundreds of san Antonias and f you will come in i will do it for you and you will say that it is the safest and Best game you Ever played. I am the Safe and sane Mutual Deposit and loan association 1118-19-20 City National Bank bldg. San Antonio Tex. Phone or. 8657. Haley wants to see or. Hard to fit you re easy to fit Here no need to pay a surtax on surplus buying clothes. Come to this Man s store which specializes in sums for men of unusual proportions. Here Are suits that fit with Custori Tam. Ored fineness featured in Kuppenheimer summer clothes you Don t have to use Auto suggestion to feel Cool in these suits but you ought to take the suggestion we offer to attire you in suits like ours during the heated period. You la secure real Comfort at no sacrifice of distinctive style essentials. Wedding Murlatt Wlton of Beauty in you i daily life add immeasurably to your Joy and Hap piness and nothing gives such lasting Delight and satisfaction As Beautiful Sterling silverware for your table. In the William and Mary style you will find Apat tem of extreme delicacy and elegance. Detail composition and workmanship show it to be a design of High artistic Merit and a worthy heir loom foe future dozen Dan iwo in Ltd dinner Forks 53 table spoon Sony ipod Otic spoon Tea spoons in teas s37.50 Orange spoon Bouillon Spouni Cowee salad Fork Batter spreads graduation him to fountains to eve Sharp to Belt to cold to cuff links to Scarf pins to tie clasps to Signet rings to Stone rings to s5c.oo watch to her wrist to artificial to up bar up Diamond up Stone up Vorines to vanities to Vorines 14-k. To vanities up mesh bags to Texas oldest jewelry House

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