The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 74, Ed. 1 Friday, December 3, 1920 Page: 1 of 8

The Guthrie daily Leader.
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I. A I I S I MASAI ION 0UNCi
(in or t5imom: is
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l IIOM I. IIIMIM
Mob Intent on
Lynchingjhwartc
Raleigh N. C.. Dec. J Goidseoro ;
whr a sneb last night termd the j
CturthOuH in an u"ucctsful at" i
tempt to obtain five negroes on trial
for th murder of whit mm!
wa guarded today by a machine
gun with stata troop. Th town;
waa reported to be quiet
One rr.n wa wounded djnnj ;
last night' attack.
J Whisky
Bandits
A re Bold
LOCAL LODGE K. OF P.
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
- !
Application For Membership In!
Placed on File; Nest Seiin
Grand Loie Goet To
Tulsa May 12 13
REPORT ALSO SMS
IRJ
BEGGAR
WAS A
GOVERNMENT
leaning !
re-!4 t'r
111 one of
BULLETIN
Cincinnati. Onto Dec. S. Mystery
ii deep and dark in connection w.th
the theft om Vm during th pad
inty heur cf mor than a quartet"
million dollars price cf
WLERK whuky stored in ouvernmeni ware
I. --The IhIh i room No. SI tM city. The whtakv .
i i
T'h only -lr.Mii:i.iatie wht.h h. !
j i)Dlt'd to h (.'felUi. ;.). j
ciii'fc.i with an f-klraiinlii.ili-v k.m.1 i
iPges'ion an.! a i i itovt-i nni'"tt ml-;
arv proved Km nmUl fur my ).g : I
i'. 1 wait t; ;i-4-ii to t .i ; n to i
mere li'ta li-. j-ff'51!- i
nixuv siiuoiiu:i:i:i
i akiji iiy MUsi'xriu
MX; roiM V AITOIt-
r.v mtoux m:ir.s
hi: mat iu imu:-
siMAiixi: iu
Kss4iiY
BULLETIN.
(Special to Daily leader.)
Ardmore Dec 3. -That Clara j
smith shot Jake Hamon not once i ?co bales of cotton damaged
but three times and that the last' oiien. iv. r.-A..vrki-shot
was the one that proved nwtvly i.7 bale of r-nton
f ital is the story that started it)ms-.i as a rt-ftiU f tiie fir in i!n
here early today and has caured! !if i e HLMmkNi;? cvino whu-h
County Attorney Brovn to mane '!
a demand-for the clothing worn j rii.y
by Hamcn at the time of the.
shooting. The .22 automatic re j
volver is slso missing and is be-!
in lumted for. It was s:u-l to
have been turned over to Buck
Garrett sheriff of Carter county j.
Garrett ceuld not be loo-Ued to- j
:t U vf h' Ki havr sr-i stolen wit tn barrel and vk In aje
!Piiuti nuikiit)l a rU' Kjtrom four to fourteen year. Entrance
tlV U-wnim.-!i( (l.-Vii.t 1 ia thouoh ta have been wade bv too.
I n't. tiij' r.J.-i1 ti a If t . ntlmg under the wirt-rein and re-'
j i'itv pv.'iiif - Msi I laKms hwjm.al of flag-atone. A thorough in
j nJ fro.i.'t ei r.. ( -orn. r j vetgation It being made.
. for Hns ;.-t. S..r.ht . j vyMSKV Ca.BBE' B V THIEVES
j (":( crown wi re f'mnl in hi loth-J
inn tile ntt t f tr.n (1avs t e-'tne. !
T!i KuiiiHta vf l'jt!i;H at a wrll-nitcmi'-tl
itiot-liiiA f their l.tu mi
i!i lmiir luil.iiim Tiittm.lAjr niUii1
tht'lr eMnt-m rtis-tion !it.-h
rul l in th a ih don f th f.
! tati oi(k r h a.tvrn ;ir-i
t!u- fimt l mniv of It t T.
IV H.!r (' C Vh A I'-ach- V. i' :
i W- T Sil.l-tart'K ; J A V. Um
) K It S ; I. N i h.f) m f r-
!'. M of K : W. V. !'!
f V i t" 1 V 1 C ; M.uvi j
rmbul'ttl. . I'm Io 3 - - R-vH
aiMinl ualoiuoli l.t !anr)M3. on" of
tlo '.ii a woman. I.iit o.tctlav alfr-I
iowkj. WM tip !.' .in if h!o
tnitk. caili c-arrjinic cao of
At
)l.riiar.) O I! : .1 N.-1mvi ic c
o!ilaMf. and ! K.i.. aittv n.-ti !
roiroetailv l.i ! Ktaml lfcl;o aiiil
I X Sniiihwou ti.if
England Starts
Wage Division
a forWorkcrs
Menvhetir ng Df f. J T e
Amertcan eection of h cotton
trade vrhicl contt tutee threj
fouitha ef h vkhO tjuHy
decided by the ballot to redact the
weekly working hour from 4 t
24. Th. decioon ef'evti 100iVt
operative. j
The action of the Induatry it at
tntutrd to th recent decline n
cotton and the por armind tor
yarn and cotton g io.l from I
i)uar1f i .
WHAT TICKF.D OVFR
THE WIRE DUIUNO DAY
i i ax "-otl
Niliot.
He
I T.i ii'i'uatiiui-.
lilitUtioit rt !'
ti'i'ii.
f ir iniitiei's)i i li-
' '.! lo cvi:mitil
tii
- l . i 'ni li
'" of Uo t 'ro.-k !nioi
' I !t hi !;im lit l'iif;.l!ii
).( oM
- ii!i)ion- 8.'it h for Ml ( iar
fni!fh !.' m)( hi
(lit to in (-oiin-1. lion tt! th
'.i!n ctvsMMail. ml to! ivho truck j Ktiifiitt uf l'yHili ni mci t in Tulhrt 4
ami cam" Thoy commnistt.'.t thep'? 1! mJ 1.1. hu-h n'f-iit ttia
MT of th loail t an k Jon'ih tn.it hrlo lo.tv tmv.i i ; Tyent t
UoMrkmh tf 1?J9 l'ifih avonw. nl '''" .i! t ' f no'in.
Iii two hi-!c'ii !) Kd i'.on t iltil . tn-i-a i . to . a i.if
lHnt. rs.oins ilr!vir m th m5tH-l. VnI t hHttt -4!- t.! tli ftti'itutl
tint oaiuhls itiailc off iii t!i' ilirtv tioii : rofti-!-.oiil'nt o : s;r.n.I lo.lf
f furry tin' rnMjera folio '.n n ho liy n u c! 1 ''. l tn"i
flu ir two li jioM-t tourttit ' l""'' f h' fu !t H iiiy
tlie. M)!'K;''ip.4 v it cjrly
Tlie miJih'iy vxts firs: riNne ! No "lltrr 'l
t'jit-tain t'lvil.- S i:l. lnr-i of itvo ity fmt't tlott
i . (
iiciin'ttvosi l(V f iriinr cooutv iti - j AiIhcim !f iii'
day. Neither could Frank Ketch;
Ha ron's business manager who!
was said to be "in the oil fields!
yomewbere." ;
CIG FIRE IN ILLINOIS TOWN
Lci!owa III.. 1 (. 5 Kite on';
iiiitlii!!! in jti O't.l (VI !' litnlditt:
l.i tf today ri suiti .1 in lo-. rMt'ii.iU-.l
i $7tiMi. iiiw atir iro cm linn 1-
iCHlt'l ffortM til Cllllli tliU ftllttlCM.
CHARTER SHOULD MEET
CITY NEEDS ARMSTRONG 1
ALLEGED DAIRY
Kama C ty Dec. S An aUefjef
diary of the SnvtSi worrjn Mac pu5 !
ir.hed today b- newspaper in Chi Former City Treasurer Believes
cago ana ciner miaoie weeiern cmti.
with the clim that it was found tn '
one ef the trunk here". The tory ;
which was ccpyrighted asserted that!
the cfisry hii bten found fey a rew3 j
papcrman j
Mayor Should Have Power
and Commissioners More
Money
it
Vlni who a in onn tf the trink
at l!ie tinio of tie liol-l -w.. A 'U'"
roh'ury wt tvMhtntlteMl oiit;'!' lit"'
civ lima I'lolmrti tur'i'l th i o-"
owr 10 t'hicf li 11 llntuM of th-
Mitity Iot ttvia wliii itumMiatnly
ihil''!'"l a 'o!ilii of !:! 1 Is of
. -
Conl i fulfil 011 I'ite Thloi'
GUTHRIEGIRLS ACHIEVE
HONOHSAT CONCERT
j Miss Trumbull Class of Pianists
I and Singers From This
v City Make Decided
! Hit
In i-tHUK
for th.' :
l.li'!tm
in 11H ir.
:. rLt'e holds lllii I
... t'!M( t
1 t l'i Itiin o.-.if I
ctrs tii.it Th Li'.nl -r !1
niiiie ilanuf io nmyoralty and man-
BROWN SAYS HE AUTHORIZED j ' tl ' iirwlt ! t-I
OPENING OF TRUNKS j hOtite !:io o!d In )hi1:iU-1 ir-!on In
rrms at icngtn lluirsday to
! plans for charter rvi!i jii. On thu
oil! Ilin ltii: s:a" ll 1 '
Ardmoi. Dee. 3. Mr. Brown 1;.'
dared that he had ttieoraphed auth-1
Kan I "M' oot'ifr im? iiomi ii atiotun
rt.aariet the nuiM r r n'touxly.
onty to the chief of Police at
e; City to open the Trunk "and to s
permit newapaper tnen to witnes the
u..'. iii' "oortle of tho ci'v
MUt-ii JoMij'hin" WvjIi laur
l'i' ''i :. Miiilrcil Davin mid It- it n ' "I (:. wm
It"Unt. iHtj'ilB of Mim rMv Ti null' I mn-my j
of the dojwtmonl of iiiuhU-. Hl.i-i i. ivi x....
:'nai(ini'd Hunm for Mn btl-'pet) par !
In tilt Hffair ts Moimoi I'tir.'fi
Jutotiiitf o( .Id ..ii I. Ilirnna tonfilltO'd j
and Umio!I H lt!u loiiHiv a tor- i
ey ro!ton!.-il hi l-uf tht lo Iml
ft"t tor. oiil)intti ii Tn
- I'oit Worth - -Prank 1 h
t'UHilll. IIIMIIMMi I (' ).t I ll.imoii
rlfiitn.it ni n lo.-fll hoi I ln cf.
foiti of it) .I'-liHthi's ( Jo al. hlill
fallcil
W'uhhitiKt.m laiMihi.Hioii of S- ii -atoia
l.oiljjo of M toil (hoi. u nil
.New of Induita h . i . of.
n'i f Pro id. nl i'liM t Mu'itum'a
caiUict a r.'imHi'd lo I'M H ilitit!;ln
tl'olor;4iiMi.: of :thc ili I run of
Marry At iMnili"!!)- of tiuu. fii.iot
ttlltl tohlio r of llio 'n-i i.h'iit !! t
-Oil l.otii.l t'tc 'hIi-hhut PiioI.i!
'llio ni i- ftic r I'awfonw. iili l'im!
! ni -nw-i lljil. Hiw on ion ni ui
liiU iio(i;t)ai'd off le All.mlU'
it It Mii'oi! hli h li'.ol.i It
' J iluiiUl'iil Mhciln-r h.-i oHio'iin won! I
Aftennith of $( OCO Judn-ciH . i- i.i.-1. i .!
Against JCij Star Oil Com i l ih vr.-t at N.i.toU fr!.v Hutui.
lany Seen In Probe of iJ j . J
Burnt J -' - -
i
AHoryiii K r PaHim of
in nut i . y 'ii. vi i.tHlulo t. n on
' n-.l i. M i .! . H-1 W'! lll ll'lll'
i.l.fiiim mi O1 I't-rhn t'dy nt.oriiov. '
liiili.'il J Hiirnf. n!i'i f!t.n;iil ii' i
!hn ;( lit t-1 1 i.tri of Mim M.'Kk.h '
Plea Is
Made for
Farmers
Man : A vir4' l't i'-i Tio'
t n.!"ii i .la of I i M. i I'll n ai'H t.'i
faituri'- n ho itf ivt M ti.w i not ;
1'iirki" of I .i'.ttivt in .ii1
'Hici iUy Lcfvii '! nattoil
ionf..vmo of crtnirt In .iiitj
ii.viv M.isi of the iwiiAlt fartiioi j
ton avid ti v pi K.ol fh iiottuitit
t.i (cam hat o itiii wovk
liicttii and imoiv me n' iM'cr
ICAtlft jirnl lia (i. Alio l" l ! i'f
t!". iml't o i-il method of n'oi'lli'm
Mi-1 l i 1 ; 1 ! - ttinlr J'l ii.).U I I
"T'lo'V ii" aiuiiui ami tHsia to
riMciu on ill. fi'tii." 'H laoiUinhi
.on: i.ir n.iul "I..m .n If la a( th.-v
know (nil if unall to mSn Ik. tint
for tHiiinx'! im nint th'4'C Iwtlreit
tv i wiH folio th. cio !'! and itlil
lo !iB it ( "
PiUincia ti.ninno' I'aiWrr aerl.t.
ANOTHER BIG
RUT
IS PUl);B B F f
itiidi iiip- nViuis iuu
Mtll i S tllNM:.
M'lll 1 ( m api: Willi
till. N 01 tlONHY
Ha i lu'i ii
'nfii'd . tnlt of rtoHiiy
AlTREfi ulTLICHT fiOB-
EEfilf IN KANSAS CITY
hiii' iv it M inima: pohi
I nilll.ll ill" I AH-
.); ihii ai s i.r.r AU
Willi UK. IHUUIMI
i our rtmioiK
BULLETIN.
Minniwli D3 3 - Reguter
ed mill cf unofrkul value at
irom $.13 000 t t.100.000. wit
1 nn.l cic1 I'MHik Iktio ImUii li h tlll
f.t lt to xrk out ttrai Hi attv. t'nlt
jimmy of tim-.n il'MiW'-i rtmi nit noietl Xf tntefl t.imliU who hm
iosoi..n. d n. H.fmi th.r . tm the mail enr of the Mobrtdife-
.. i . . .... .
n vaimmoti . m awiKtaitco. i ininneiimuit train on the Uhlaf
M..f ... onomh i nn.l innruvt ' Milwaukee A 8t rati! lUltroad
mi'ilnMH .f m.nk..tni .'rr u'tt i'rbtwrfn Hojilttn and Minncupo.
fioii. iniM- Paiinr A trtf l tn l Jii Tha huitdtU tcaped.
ulnnilil ho tiimln of fit tf.eat tiialki'tai -
PATTON AFTER FELLOW
MEMBER OF THE 3'R
of thi koikiIiv lt aet t mI. and a
ili'ii'imlnt'd nffiirt. ' noiilii to th-it
t.i'rU'oiti'ti c;'liHv am iiroiuptly
tfiiiijiit"d mnl i'OtiRi'Hoii olliit'l
M i noi. li t . !'.!.
'"Ill tii. 'ii'l cinlKil litmkol." lo
n od "Ho' f:n( "I iiiii.Mtt hiiihl liMi l
su Rcd Liquor h
Dumped lnScwcru"tf
SUNOS!
OLD DAYLIOMT ft O B I ft V
IN KANtAI CITY
Kan t.ty 0 1 A bank! me
engar wa held wit har tarty thi
afternoon tty nvaled mn (log-
ged and a vaika tontaining ! iM.'i
taken Tha ftiangr i d la be
(Mat two oxi.iH ! o 'a'l.mld woik'i" ttv'aua ditiot and tinoni.
In co ir .-t ntli.it it 'i a oiiimhf. ' oui. Th rtibher epd
f:.i'n lh. U.ar of tiaOn to m '
tlt.oo in no )o!i or u-icii'ia i.f .ROft Ritll Of A
-.:!.'. Ira ' WMIIKV CAft&O
llovi'i tr I'.irkir tol.I tin" f.inf.'i'( Baltimore Ml Dea 1 Fiv men
cm o Uvit f.irtiifin imil.t not tm Mfln two truck atol whily alurf at
t ... I l jyn...n r;m t ktio I.-.U llOO.OCO from a ip In port hr i
of 'ilni' Hti l t iniiKH.ir'ii' soil ami ilay. It wai that holdaat ro&hery per-
tloit the jtovri nmnit In conjunction patratatl In the hittory of h part
iili tlx aiatva t lintilil rtiMii ' lay offiiait.
HioioiikIiIv .trtti alii.! ayaixm l aa j "
IihIIkc ii-l.a for ! Mllnrnl in
I
On" citizen m;i
'J Jo tmt Uiitik
am much in-
i'.vestiagtion of the content to
if anything wa dicvered in them
that might lead to locating the wom."-r a """ H ""T" m"n w uW h:vl j
'ferreted in thin hartr m iaion mt-
an. they might aid in tracing her.!.
Mr. Brown a'so declared that no Uii
us t hials.
rini ior
honut t'lfy '-oiio.-o (noroil trlniiijihn
lam ntuht ; a rccititl -.wn in tit.. I
Oklahoma t'iiy hix It wli cil eiii liior-'
iutii. Tlvo Okl.ihomnii t:V trilut'o to
thi young Indie on tlu-ir talent iiiuj
k ill. It save:
"Mildred Itavi wlo om'!oiI iind
ii Is tttivava t'!aed llie jirofcram r.liow s true imiei.
in civic J:f ta! temperament un utul ret;tn-iliiK
city i licljicl j mind and aound technical mjuiji-.
mtit.
shouid work alotitr fo.n- t'f M1mi Jooi.hiu Wyatt it nis:
'8tie diitplayod conslili i -aW ipr if
tf c.)ti5.'. th
iltrovcmotit
tit ten o'e!ockth momma he hadilt!1 ?H? Mfl of tb"
received no report of the iBvet.g.M'-v 1rwni mnUnvm and com pro
t on cf the trunk jnd wa entirely imiHs- 'vv
iQ.xorart ef the dCoverv of 3n ... i f Tui:ive av-miOK. mid tint trim our
leged diary purporting to hav been : to o1? Vmx fr.-'W. ifcer.tiB m me t;armitinnff Ir-iu.ie uij
v.ritten by the Sm-th wm4B j should b harmony and concord. If j "G" minor. In th Canuval scciiffl
! t). .tiit. mf Ik eiiif iin un.l will l. of t-n'hiiitia tt ii H IluriA IxwIm liat.dl.-d t "tra-sr
Nlid t-i nil ;lii'- (IklHlioina fit r
WllltlOJl (i"c tt tllll'.fi Ul llli l it. .
tii't-'rndr ( ;s ! ..r wn (hi. i!oinln;i!
Ill- fitc or !f th. IHC .'tilt- wlll
loiii. Icas.'H and Iii'kmii ii'raliotiN I i
no-tl 1 ofun n - Mullmll An i.id
I Dm to tin- IcH-iit.-ony in th.j h .Mi .
'. in icjiHi.tt. wiii i;v-a in M.tln' wt
' " Vint !o llldilholl'JI wh.'ll ill
W.'i ill. ! (. - f ((1 f.K. j
Fort Worth Tea Dec. 3 tijlity
gallon cf led whiky valued at
tJ400 were poured Into a tortj
ewer here late laat night by IJn.ted
State Maihal Oagjttt.
i no liquor nan Deen rien n a;
raid on a house between Fort Worth
and Dalian Crowd gathered
along the gutter to walcli th liquor
diopfisar but otficer taod -juard
to tee that no on teurd any of
it.
TION MARSH
ILL NEXT
H'un'httioil on I'hk'i 4
AUTO CASt IS POSTPONED
I'll! ! Witr! It. T'-Mli line. '! Ti '
isisc of J W Lcvviiiiin. clt.i!'M wiii.
trfiiHi-ortlntt toln utntm-i ;!. tr';
T';.a to KiiiiKiiK. w i out (no d i
fciii'r.'il cii'ir (mlay until .if.;
i ifrm uf Hi cunt f
Indifference of Onthne Church
Workers Caune; Program Al
Convention Uoo.l ? New
Offiicm ElccteJ
BOLD ROOttftY Or
DIAMONDS AT NORFOLK
NorMk V. 0c. 3 A helrf rntt.
hery wa prptrtd her ttrlf thi
(morning when two man and a wn
man none (f tham maakd antared
the jewelry t.ira f M Cohan 4
Moe and t.la diamond and woit'f
lo th amount of 1 10000.
i n sunn s iuitv
iti:Di!i i: i Ahi;
i
Tim I a -fit it Cimiilv Hnml.ty rt.iioolj
i inivi'iil ion oloHi'd '1 liiii.jy itltf uf! - j
cr ii very profliitl.lt nil -day in.n.tliiitj
fit th'i Proaltyici inn tluiixh. Tin l
Mm. Mrholn inn itt'Ki-!tt and f.v .
many lii'h'f.il tuli.a Th. f..lSo(uif
Fort Worth Texas. Cec. 3 Frank
L. Ketch admirtistratrr of tie estate
of the late Jie L. Hamon of Ard i
more ii believed to be .n thevVeitj
Texaa oil fields todcy. He regiter-
ed at a local hotel late yesterday and J
i reported to have left at 10 o'clock j
let night presumably fcr Ranger
and Breckir.ridge whre Hsmon held
large railroad o.l refmcry and bank
ing Intarett. Effort to interview
Ketch while here was unsuccessful.
I much j
Hill 11 !
dlilly incisitn jytlkin. and a p.ritfi. of '
thf jniI) jilioiilc t!i'nie di vcIo;imi nt i
iiitule for n exi t'ilctit rtinicring of
thi work."
miiIvik! to take Imrdfnw off taxpayer! rscciir In a manner thsil .l otot
li.oonneins liiiitws litxeti ail IHKii en - i . io-ni in.oi. itoim lout
oUi?h."
Is Willing to Help
Vic IIuMKton aid: "I h;ivt In-Hrd
fr 11 .!..... ..K. Auiui.n
UlUl 1 IdlA A LnJUi 1 liai t' I I i l l .' . - j
U.lii v we. ahoul'I have it. I hav t-x j Of MIbs liiercr; "A on.iutlfal nit)!?-!
j.reMa'n inysoa on revimon at lunB-n. in tone and an m-un:; anime.it
that iii't -r cfowilcd Hi mi'l-nly with
the fcjttutpa of Iu: Iticrer'a idny-
int of the Almtdlejwhn-Ut "On
AVirtgg of Sour'."
KETCH BEING SHADOVED
BY SLEUTHS
Ranger Texas. Dec. 3. Frank L.
Ketch former business manager of
the late Jake L. Hamon wa regijter.
ed at a hotel here today. Efforts
to locate Mr. Ketch up to one o'clock
thi afternoon hav been nsucceti
fu!.
It wa fe!o whtspere-d en the
street here today that information
had been received that th Smith
woman was dead and had been dead
ince shortly after the shooting.
GARRETT HAS DISAPPEARED
Ardmore Dec. 3- The latest dev.:
lopment in the case here wa a re
quest' by Mr. Brown for Sheriff Buck
Garrett of Carter county to bring e-
for him the pistol with which f
Himcn i alleged to have accident
ally ahot himseif. and th clothe
which he wore at the time. Mr. Brown
added thit he has been unab' tc
'ConftrMied on !a.e t.'
JUY SANELY BUT BUY"
An advisory committee from t. city i
at iarji' e'.iouW l. .-I"cted. I am
fronUniiPii on Pagu I i
i
CASHION MAN TAKES
CHARGE OF ELK.J
J. H. lt'ctor. of Cafhion lias tak-
n c-harxn of th Klks hotel on et.
Hai-i';n. j
Of Minn Itejitnd: "N'otlUiiK
ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICES I
t
AT ME.
Excellent PrcgTam Prepared By i
Local Lodg:e; Membert To
March In Body To Church ;
42 Absent Brothert
more feiiuincly iil'visiinK tht Miksi
j Ili'land'u itorjiretatioti of tlii Choitlu
opv 2."i uuinitfr 7. ThU a4 idayedl
hre recen'ly by a vls!tln ariint; and j
If couj;ri('n not oiiimin It
riilni.t he !! that Mw IteUml'
pliiylnK i enhaucfil by t!i omp;iri-'
eon."
Mis Truni'iull't lntpjli wiil r1v a.
ciiicert In (Jutlirie Tuoliy liefw'
bor 7. for the U-nofit of Hid fl. V. h. '
i If. Si lef y of the
M. K. -liunh.
Rum In Christmas Pud-
dinir? Certainly Not!
Washington Dec. u. The flavor. ii of home made- Christ tis
plum ptifld'n? mince mc it and brandied chcrrien and peaches with
alcoholic smritt it in violation of the prohibition enforcement
law and fJch focc't are liable to seizure it wa; rtatcd tody at tho
bureau of ir.ternal revenue.
Olficiais explained that under their interpretation of the en
forcerrcnt act culinary products in which alcohol is arf ingrc itent
can only be uied by inanufacturert of food productr who obtain
a ptnr.it Jrom the government and that ruch products mutt contain
legs than o.i half of one per cent of alcohol They also ttatc that
the regulation requires that tuch products shall not be used or toll
tn the prerakes and that thit effectively barred the houaewife from
making Christmas foodt with liquor in them. The regulations
specifically xtate that the psrmits shall not be iasued to hotels and
restaurants.
Retailers do not' have to have permits to sell culinary
products containing- less than cne half of one per cent of alcohol
obtained horn authorized manufacturers officials said.
"Juit wtmt i tian.t)? tm.U am tn l
miluf'rvn Iiy lotlilia'iVtia tln l.-ai
Hr of 'l.ir. tlmSlil lUnum at tflil
li ilml of t!n Kitm ia htrd l. tic
tn'i iitiiie. in M an Okluhoiiia t iiy notn
tmlay
At.ifM.ivVr tin ao.fulUnl di.iry hy
Citinua.tl Kervlii? I a fake t'Ura
Hf.iltli l-rt.l fw dafm In a note-boocV
I and fnoil tutu id Mttiiiinn fjibai.ia or
J aoititi oth'T ob .t r W ho hua Klid
t f.uil tni In wr'lliia: ttm "4'rinfi-a-.
nit-en of a U'iffi" ft ctra tmiwl
a of. ImIk (oiliiif b.ilaKerml by amo
! ' ' i on f lo-r tilnMif iui kif!t the tiiis
j rliv an.) attiatnl a'x'rx.iarr-fi-i'aauter ; . .
I 1 ' 'and inoDfoiftita nf llcm.ii fu tho oil
i fie.lt Ortl ttiuUtl'4 oonf"a.ionit
liiMidn k)0'I nsoli'itr hut t!iy trn
Offll Oi'lt
year
fiitlloli';
ei to f"r lint 'iii-H" i
Pi lioo
H Si-
i-t .
Pi.Ml.tim. W
Vi e- prei..'iN
ley. tjiitliiln K. 11 ('Mr..in tind Mrn
.1. pi iti:.'in of Mttrnhitl!; -i r.-t.t' y
(reiiMi.ri-r Mik II K 1 (.unniec tint!)
Mr J T Pfrliiiiner tei etit
Tho I'it) iil.iUti l. atafrt 'k
paid and 1-0 a '(di'ilio'il for ti.xli
ytir. Owlni! to auch amull fit.-
utn cf linthric ;'ojie it nan .leclil'!
to hoi. I :!in rioti enfioii lent )'ar In
Marahrtll !
Th5 Hd'OK lutl'ill iclie 'ii than thtt
offiieia of lh. Plmf PieAliyterUn J
church Iw th tieIM'-IS of !l
county eajwclally th I Jut !H liufly
l..i..' fin Mte klndlf tsn'l.e of tin
lyinv "lit Ion j
Tlw folIoWiliiC reiO'hltiiilln ef
tttiHrfi :
I. lti"Milvid That 'i render
that.ka unio !il th Kaiher for l
i.iliien.) tn thn llllil ii linol f I- i
Man utility and for lite tti4iilfei.t I
tioii f Mia favor In ! ii-.j.'t ot .
t ni.
(Conlluiied it PjS S I
PUiLDIRV CLAti MOLDS
OCIAL MEITINO
The inoittliiy aoeUI mre'ltiif itt th
I thiiiiler' 1 ia of th .MHulit Hun
'day hiwil aa hi'id ytenliy af'rr.
i ttooti at ta hotnw it Mr. Harry Nnw.
Smaii. of iW Vm Ktir'.nger with Mr
i Hoy Worthlira-toti a aall4iit Iiof
Tin ok of thn U wa t"iwdJ
j and tl.na for the coning yir dta-
c )e. Th Ia ha l'n lulnrnat
nil In tho N'ftar Kt Udn f n-ork. Ini
j th iHiat year.
Aflwr th hUMSiin av-anlon tl llchwa
rofrifimii! tni a'rvi to ttiani
Wt of ttm rln ami Mr. ChrU'j.
moiher f Aim. Nn y iiii. Mr. I.jl
.Stack
sjaml Afr
Let the Immigration Flood Be Stopped
Memorial sen-tee for (Uartod j Expiration on M.irrh 4 of exlfin-
brothers xrill tie held by Otrthr!' paMpori !a uiik ti itiiix-'aMvi th-i.
I xvisf. Xo. B P. O. Klks. of this tw.r ena' t liilatlon to prove't
rl'y at the Fintt M. E. chureh Siin-ierjfry of uudeiatlo alien after iiiai
A-r afternorm iHwemlw-r 5 at 2:SIit!mw. In the vnt that cottgrea ii
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o'i lock.
The program
usually
Kemble
thlfi year ia an un-
nra!l to do thin at it cct)ih-r
sffitilon there la atronjf fir-jbal"!.
trorHi on. Ail Klka will aa-itrat a'l alionta will have to b hi;'-
at th Forest at on o'u'.cx k 'ed un.ll adefjuaf larri-r can be
WEATHER
N-s- Oi-JCanc.. Te . Z. Tt.ai?M
Tain colder fn northern portion; Sat-
vrir probably fair cold-rt
Jt MJ
and marx h Ja a body to th church.; ted.
S-at w:il he reserved 'or the Elka' liiniit?rat!.n la now at flood tide
ia a artion. j Kvery naMon in Kuroiie haa thou-
Thfr Wowing prograrn will l e ren- a"da. o!it even millionn of pr-
derfil: aotia who are -aKr to come to Amer-
Funeiai march Mrt. Robert Merten iia.y. ' i cI.u'iu.J. in prepared
a i ir- - f 10 send S.OOOXO. Germany Is fV
(CotiUnued on Page Orated to tare tW)QQQ persout rady
o come to thn Pulled HU m. Ti'iipsr but when aliena pH th fijiv:
iati alory ct.iiMM froii Ituaata Pa lor at Kliia Ixhittd ul llm anee.l wit a
a Iifi of jii'oi.lH at a raUio'id
tnd (' ho Slovakia. Jl'iionlavin atiil
hiougtiont central Kuro;.. ii. S
'iininilnsta. aui'K(.ii't aen' rul of
't.hlie health fcrvlre cxlllllUteM ih.it
;r) lo.iion je;iin are tryltijt to net ia
Ame-i v. f-om KiirOi.e-iii and Asiatir
f tin' rest wl re aer'oia et'hlemlf rt!n-
a"n 0r ramliant.
li Ibf face of (hi jiiixtiv Influx.
xi"t;ri repula loiu arf f;tr ton lax
n tej:iiMt. thn te(.riJ from th'
titirte -ijrahle. Oar laws for th? x-
tltlhitoi of lio inditio' idioik in-Uecil-..
feebli' minded and diwaaed lm
wf?rauf ar excellent enongh on p-
whh h
nation file h a tliket window
it la !ear tliat moat rwi of m.-itirt'i
and many of ihytU-j defl lt.ii y ..t
by P the (ireceg of H:tloll W"lk
a t I at present J further wek-
"lied by exfiii ii!lon of thn h.mii.'iii' I
l;i-i ft I iii:ifii! to think of the
lin'rn'eneUl . hilJIiltlJ Inafeiittl tllH
t'.;e country will he culled upon m
af.'nii'ate
Comple: ato.jair of lmfiilirailoi
wiiii a.driu.ibli until i.ie law rt
tht.rouKhly revid o a to admit tht
ftrons healthy intelligent newcom-
era who will hB an ait.-t to (fie nem
tiy. and ei lude the d!-"'d tim nn-
Ilt'eliiifeiit a'ld tin' weak. I liefn ui
now n i'rc-i .rononile need p."
till Influx of for hi it it litlior no'in of
tint proble-ita which the. country fu"l
wli he Hkthteti. d by their pieuenin ;
On the t it'rary immy of llin will
h'i mad'1 more erloii. I
Anerffa ha been prnml to '
cotiie thn do nl -i"iilieii and fip(irened i
from t ia four cm liem of thn earihi
and thai wlillnntni. has done h-i
credit. Th tint ha come how-j
ever when Arnerk.v ranuot ioMKir
nnglect hsr own Intercut for th anki
of 4?voloo to a altruittic ldal.
RUlBtH PLANT SMUT 0OWN
MilUtlf... 4. f.ec ;!. Thrt plant
'if fh P H. Huh her cmiany !
ir divtHioii hr will shut down
lie. winhe- !rt. He i n himdretl ati'l
1 fifty hav. irtiutt euiiiioy.xi renfly
"BUY 8ANILY BUT BUY"
Kep In Mind
19
SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL
CHUiSTMAS
Duv It Now
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