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Republican And Times, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1922, Cedar Rapids, Iowa THE REPUBLICAN AND TIMES VOL United Press Leased Wire CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1922 City Edition NO 170 JEWELL HITS SNAG IN PACT RATIFICATION CONDITION OF MRS HARDING IS Styles mil Change Flappers Into Quakers 1 i- 1 -n ai ut ilw Art Trow lo rt HIT Anil nro In r for lu T VlRlit from and juit flotir arc for all t I Madany of Bui he nt five six or lu M lilt inn 1 Lull nut arc If nicy fEN HOUSE AR THREATENED BETWEEN NATIONALS STATES PRIMARIES Bits Of i News Of The HEAD MINKS PLAN WILL GO OVER Kauris part n uf Hy t ul lu Hir In- W L- dealer fifty n hb tEtu 1 mi n over uC hur a war Is to A Jam lo kill was 1 a gns a rubber In Concentrates Fleet French Brought Into President's Wife is Gaining Slowly but to Send Measure to Senate Up For in From Union Hen on Die Hard Reids the In n 1 1 hat Turkey ol Allied that Invasion of the nni In neutral zone The victorious army of latins the NOT PAST DANGER HIGHEST IN HEARING Returns Home Tianey will Operate if Such Course is Valuation Used but President Given Power to Use American Candidates Carry Maine With Large Says Hearings on Cue Will Be Held Soon now virtually out ut danger an unexpected relapse occurs Dr f K Sawyer announced today Washington Kept The Tltc Jn is HIT cv tuli Coaw an- arr hip Sept The inter tariff cle ally as the tariff nri of 1922 to house rom After the unking the HI In Hnal Conn before the chamber which will consider It leaders hope it can 10 the on Thursday anJ to he white for shortly Tlie Is in as tie ever imposed an the High nues In die valuation was accepted br the for in A clause E to change from foreign to American if foreign valuation docs jUMly ot in ami abroad Djo dye out by both the house nnd for one with o thp lo continue it Conferees also the free zones Into which materials be h nought out Oil anil reduced ten to twenty percent in the dye cut from -7 S percent ad and a in Hie ad valorem and seven cents n pound Coal tar products were from rate of 10 cents to Wool Rale Cut Wool in llif or cut from the utaite n pound in iix than the house figure of a Scoured wool given 1 ic rule wool ryn skin was placed at 30 cent a pound Instead of 32 scored another victory in the cotton Ions staple on free It a pound in the senate On cotton fact Lire were half way between he and house Kupar on mn a ti on slashed to Ifi litter house rate cents below the sennit WII The on from other than cut from lo a rues were kept at senate figures The bade raic was S percent Tnd Household were reduced flight on automobiles bodies chaf sis an J were 25 ad valorem but the conference a retaliatory clause FO that the duties could be increased to rales levied abroad on Ameri can ni fir west ern hemlock were taxed per thou sand board feel but are fron duty if imported from any which har not restricted export at oa TKc rMe on 15 ad were made co basic duties thon in senate a oa tobacco 12.7 stemmed 35 a in un filter tobacco ind cent on and 1 Conference on Jm ports n farm products Meat percent ad frea milk a n pound S cents 2 dozen barley 20 cents 1 a a nun dred centi K a ripe dried or in of one percent a pound prepared tid C dried or in the pound 5 cents a pound fresh or dried 1 cent a or preserved 3 percent ad lemons and o In natural state 1 cent not -I pound shelled 11 pound in their catu al and not provide for 15 ad valorem Only changes were made the wines nml beverages The hemp jule sch were altered fro 1 the original senate silk w n given a of 25 ptr rent art cm thrown per real ad c lorem while woven silt the piece 55 cent r vit to out here today iur Heel Ln wat e rs pi rf for any eventuality It is understood and ships are is fcr inns in Hie inti nil 10 Hie other n nn from 10 lid have favored ilia Turks Al ieil troops in are the foreign quarter to dispatches here today o prevent recurrence uf l ic re yesterday tn which Turks the shops ot Christians Several persons were reported killed A move Constantinople in rht the into a holy war Tkf nf India Ls to have cabled Mustapha Kemal him on hit government En and other tc with thp on The allied troops in Smyrna and nre few compared to Hie Turks Several of and are on duty at Krny r nrx n t h f all ffa rw at Constantinople would hive tn Iw reinforced heavily in even of actual war from the and alter the world war Since then it has been by u all with the Sultan under the eye 01 the allies in Constantinople haa hail hand In this hailed the Maine election us an tht in today John T chairman of thr the polled by candidates in this primary exceptional anil howed that the Maine electorate is ully aware of the in which the party left public LEGION MEETS AT VINTON tile plan for lie s r hop nun and lines by the policy Qf the shop era Its was forecast this by Bert M president the Umerpnf from a meeting a debate was being carried on iy the committee over the posal submitted by Jewell the union said a statement could bo about C n m on the action Df the believe my recommendation e Jewell said Ii s too early to 51 v for In it is the men will back at work oil many lines within five days At the lime reports from other sources were that Jewell had moi opposition from ot the committee Even if committee should act favorably on the separate plan accenting these strike would be on more than a dozen roadr Bepi A formal hear probably open to the will be held In started Representative Keller of the house judiciary today he would Keller find out 10 submit In port 4 then the committee to set a datr tor a hearing Keller announced he would prm for an early I evidence to hack up jny charges I enouch to convince the committee that should from he declared nf the crave of Mrs Harding iverns to have the MX inc reported al n m r today in ar bulletin I Harding at eight a m pi ration 32 part o comfortable Teneral PL: run re improve 3 thy dec rearing Crisis teems to have passed procedure deemed unnecessary for ths E Sawyer k The bulletin Harding had near normal WAR DEBT TO UNITED STATES SHOULD BE Annual Convention District of Iowa states in United today fair s bodge statesman was up for the republican nomination for The i JS 1 and d e Ln Colorado wero selecting their respective for the and various other slate officers In the d ern DC rats were to nominate a A between IV P Hunt and Charlea R Ward for democratic tor governor was the center or intercut in the Ar Edna primary In only were held the held their earlier -A governor United States nnd two were elected The fight or the republican nomination for United Slates senator featured the the were held over long Distance Sept The annua of thp District legion o meeting hire today in church to tw a hi Kf froia every standpoint The was this in the church which M decorated for the occasion A of Cedar Rapi d ho Is a ct inp chairwoman in tbe absence of ilrs F It executive chairwoman Of the Fifth district nho is in the Every county is hai sent its or After tha usual call to order nml readins of the preamble fe the the org lm was officially welcomed Tiy XI J ToWn who U president ot the Vinton unit Mrs Donald McCrae department of Council to Tobin's remarks X Urice of Vinton pave an In which he presented with of city nnd they feel perfectly al home and tike advantage oT the freedom granted them to the city W H of Cedar on lErs F G Rieman also of that city on the finance committee A question box by M Merlon Mate secretary anil executive Of the at proved for was with of every nature The of for 1 waj of A talk by the hew commander Major C B was one of tJie lights of the ns to effort nnd si i ted Hint the la ry til u ft Irf made the Mrs Dona M tbe American Legion nnd its work taking as A ICO cent for the Lesion with nil counties completely Mrs so 10 in October when the i- at convention at that city and that every county Ije with tint eml in evening the G POM American ami will bf hon ami to the nnd at the Country Thia 10 br one- of of tin Counties their the cities they nre from arc n Id Linn W A Oilman O dar Mrs D C Cedar C J Cash Tama IX J Traer XI rs C Here Fern Shaffer Crundy chap at each of he here for th convention urc lira of Council state ami f H Me of who Is state chip Hamilton Home from European Trip Talks About Conditions nn ian of wjr debt to ihc J of ihc Monday a Kudy of Lind In Of Great Rr Iain's debt to ho in un the in turn waived n like Krance 10 It rim hi anJ France would make an equivalent Ihc ratio n-s to States war and 1 I lit of nrc in favor of Mich a 1 M Is 10 her to Mr -1 in have over a- year anitt 1 Activity textile Muted no finest ion dm acil pay her hw country ild yosi noi loyally your WP ire to you the by to Ji it whitfi will find Inn! lo lie Alter the war of Krai tier one billion to In Iwo After tlie war ii on nearly of Franco has paid to the aMirs in ali a total of In n of 1 half The Wench ihr by printing money at a furious rate mil uio that thp uU effect of the fall in the murk tuin to be fell nm Other of i minified raw Mill to tie etl to he depreciated of the arc made tt will a of tn the rame nt that more 1 lie manufacture oC mote Carman money credit 1C iniTc is to how the inflation evil sum the other band it is to see how the money during an Dually serious crisis and in beyond Stocks of raw materials and Rood carried by German at value in would i come h would tend lo lower the value of the franc according to It is claimed tij the French however that In 511 ent goM with tn for of rommo like glycerine and wool Although none nf the apparently have for this will rot rame ilr A franJa now to lr America wax by ilr 1 lam Lion the tor youn ambition Sir 1 li nee and Italy ar t Licking countries art tot of resources and ther arc loo many for the numbe a of available in fact ihls situ e atlon now in the IK frank In Matt would like to see em Washington Sept Slowly but steadily Mrs Hirdins continued to Rain While the wife ii no means Tie point assured an yet of recovery comparison and she deal of War the nf day nord thil 10 show favorable improvement Her this morning was even butler night A of warn inn too Great from tlie It- WAS excellent now is only Comparative and is extremely n ml i n danger of of the from which fhe Is early yesterday the whether lira Harding would be to the of fl Oay anil she In improve virtual v iff they believed that would no longer In event Itic definitely ile Ibr If it that the so fin could en danger r jt Dr Ha t fa m IBS who hurried to might he the ypf will return home If an to Dr John probably win It a ol thp last retired at Hard n's at was and sleep i from yesterday's on ow t d today t hat or Kale hid been over hii democratic Oakley C by at least P won over William R by more than from out of Hale Curtis Baxter with was loading liy that is steadily Dora 1 was to of Mate It will lie the time a woman has ever nn office in IN TALK AT GYRO Members About in over ihc Injunction launched The federal government o prove the existence of 10 Lhc railroads of of first over the for the the Ir for ten diva a full present of The heavily on three in the early of battle 1 The court operating nf the wrile court refused at to The under a of evidence consist of and reports of violence etc in connection with tht injunction j in federal court ninety of the mtl in another pirl of the city to vote on separate pMre with some of the none of would on the situation the today it was that bitter opposition to the Jewell agreement threatened to split union Strike harit boiled railroads out that If were made they would be left to a SosinE battle with their A vole on the alleged agreements with a score or more expected today H J Campbell of chuTCh tlie of the Gyro club al their In members n frank on conditions in Father 1 has recently from an lour nf the countries anil he was in 1 position lo explain conditions anil contract them with what he raw there year and on his visits in ami IKI During the course ot remarks to the club Father Campbell mentioned that abroad he talked uith foreign representatives treat such as the Harvester company TKe that be in- anil shipped to this in spite of tariffs because Libor conditions cheaper abroad Father mentioned the people of were they made they find there Is no save because of unstable of currency The people are Irom si nation of conservative people to a nation of thrifts Helen t ic 5 11 ot club ncd them with three She accompanied by Miss Mary Realign Fm LEAVING TA GUI di U Orleans Sept itna went to the pol i under to a public several and OCR local officials Indications were- thai ihc would be light P Dupre K re nation for congress from the Second district He Is on Posed by A T Sevan had no in tie primaries were d petered by the local Col Sept reported nil over the heavy vote was expected to In Colorado's primary Roverno and all were to select cd on the republican and democratic ickels The was in where the contest was the There the A re the a lives a hard against K who Is ihc of the backet the vote Sweet been charged by the or with being a tirt and former Hate nt general arc the republica for the nominal icn Bolh are MYSmY SHOOTING OF LOVERS Youth Dead Sweetheart Near Death in Hospital caller to to r forever th of of Cus 21 The was n home of hi Grover at a hai for life a i hopeless A bullet was remorse from her train bat p VI cians said death Mlfx who fa to la round b police In the seat cf the cu in ha cone for a ride She hail in he a tloie ranpe ITTO revol ver shot the head j another near the lay In lh X road the Coroner 0 C who Is at It ins with the aid of other to unravel the day he hud two the girl In of he own honor and the resu cf her acl hail attempted her life and that I ho coo pic were lh ot Given City Tine Service on Water BACK IN LIMELIGHT MUST CASE Fox who has been j H K o the waterworks June 1 by ths of reservoir in the of city roon the j ol up his da ties as Instructor in mechanics I department of the at Iowa City a has excellent service M raid but It Is im to make him R than he 5 from the h not after th n completion of A appointed t a take his Vnl who Mr Blom will recommend Is not Oakland Cal 13 o Umr was in limelight to day Mrs Peter Hannan secure ft H from her on th 1 rou I hat con J uct n alleging specifically that h btd undesirable y tisl with r which wai th winner The nt h home of Mr Hannan charged Frailes w is the woman tn for divorce which Matir aurr Continue drive car at Delmonte Bend Imi Sept Tiernan mnM L: r alone witn the she ti th father c-f her bAby ProC S Ticman today withdrew the ard he give only his moral inp c port Mid he did no be 0 upon to bri f the cf further will t the he Arii W P Hunt former nn Charles B Ward the ma attraction at today's primary election They were the for lh democratic nomination for governo and few venturing a guess as t which the better of the h sht which hart hep cf the other officers were FOSTER OVER i TO MICHIGAN E In not mat n rially Important article on Ihc free i t include m er and oil nu if and papo tin In blocks A- timber n hewn ride nr squared tha n by pulp woods and timber tor or in Chicago Til 12 Foster Chicago labor leader was ar May- and turne to In the radical ral Tcom ott here Foster lo fl ra K li o anit extra by Anall SPIKE FULLING CAUSED GARY Sept cio withdrawal of spikes was r for the derailment of train Ind resulting n 1 death two on P of the bureau of Interstate CONFESSES HIS TWO Mo Sept Tnn today that he their is in the t CAPTAIN IN PLANT kiHM and twenty drem of Injured anit in U cc IOWA ie re in
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