Twin Falls Daily Times, January 16, 1926

Twin Falls Daily Times

January 16, 1926

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Twin Falls Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 16, 1926, Twin Falls, Idaho IDAHO WEATHER Local snows tonisht and Warmer in the southern VOLUME United Press Associations Leased Wire service oil PJPKS Leased Wire Service OLD Governor Lowdens Price Fixing Plan Meets Bitter Opposition Illinoisf Plan Would Stabilize Prices And Encourage Export of Farm Members of the house agriculture committee today with witnesses at hearing on farm relief measures over ernor Lowden of Chairman Haugen asked John Des If the fnilnrc of the sovernmont at its only venture of the kind was not suf ctissjbn of a that fcowden left they recent meeting of cooperatives as a protest against its opposi tion to his price fixing That report is He saifl Lowden had New York to keep an Repre sentative Adcock of the IK nois legislature explained to the com Crude Oil Explosion Threatens Huge Tank California Standard iiiimit Explosion of a steel vat contain gallons of crude oil threjftneed the huge tank farm aud oil refinery of the Standard Oil company Here today Several workmen wevereport ed one perhaps It is believed that n caused natural lighted he huge of oil in the closed topped Shortly before noon it was ported that the flumes were un der confiol and would not simad to to the other tanks on the Standard oil NUGENT TRUS Senate Judiciary f oiiuntttoe Auks For mer KeffifttSTto Hxpinlii tiviries in Prosecution of Mellon Aluminum senate judiciary committee today summoned Chairman John Nugent of the Fed eral Trade to Agricultural Census Shows ThatNearly Two Tups sand Idaho in 1925 Than in 1920 Canyon Leads the Counties in Number of Farms operated in Idaho in 1925 compared with in ac cording to preliminary figures of the 1925 United States census of vSnnyon countf has the largest num ber of Shoshoiie the States farms num hogs and cattle to ad just prices on farm productswith an excise tax and a tariff jnumcom Qi Amelica Adcock aaid this whiA was QH B eecretaiT of adopted in a resolution of the Illi nois owuld stabilize do mestic prices and encourage sxport of surplus farm SfREEN SIUEJJ LOS a restfiil Barbara La Marr reported greatly improved this 0She is able to sit up in bed and I feel she 5s well on the way to Gallo chief The screen is suffering from with wich she was strick while Convalescing from a ner vous his commissions activities in the in vestigation of the Melloncontrolled the and other commission of will also be summoned in he the second phase of the i vestigation by Senator The committeo is finished wijth At torney General Sargent and the jus jtice department its investi fo the late Presi dent has been seriously ill at his it as learned today but now ie60vering Tumulty caught several ago and develpped branchial pneumon He is now almost it was said today juad is expected to bo back at work SENATK S Two of Bmiku Wliidi Closed Three Others fcxpect to Rpopeii According to Re of affairs of the five banks closed their doors here in December still is uncertain as atJeasJ two of on group insurance postal and in Texas has more farms than any other state by North Carolinas Idaho ranks thirtysixth among the Fewest farms are in and Rhode The per cent decrease in the United States since 19lO is account ed for by ravages of the boll wee vilin some of the cotton the a succession of dry seasons in some the consolidation of farms and1 a general recession from the wartime expansion in Increases have resulted from the Opening of new lands in parts the from the subdivision of ranches and large farms for more intensive and from de velopment of orchards and truck poultry The establish ment of small truck andpoultry especially near ac counts s for i of the Increase in Miners Total Loss in Virginia AH of who were en tombed n jiie mine explosion here have been flf minted Twenty one miners who weve believed to have been Jflllou by the were Lite from the underglfnmKi tunnel The death toll now staiidfe a li thai only 38 were inthe work ings whenTthe fenrific explosion occurred btft it was authoritative ly last night that two ex tra men gone down into tho mine besfflfe 4he regular shift of Thrift Week Opens on Franklin Anniversary Continued on page World court dejjnje Hearings on railroad Caraway bill to prohibit gambling in cotton und grain futures taken up by agricultural Finance committee expects to ish tax redaction i HOUSE Takes us appropriation for preliminary commission to Geneva arms conference and nuavy depart ment Agriculture committee hearing on rartn relieflinis estatesof tSantir ForestFire Kages in Southern California SANTA forest fire was raging in the Santa Barbara Na tional 30 miles northwest of here of WOodlandsJiuve already been laid low by the Hundreds of volunteers are fighting The flames were sweeping toward San Marcos imperiling the Cold lodge es farms num V old May Be Resur iain on World bourt and Force An 1 Early Vote Opponents Plan Long Filibuster on Court An uile Js to be rcsurj reeled byWoH1 court adherents inj the senate to lorce an early vote upon the it irreconciliabley come out in open Leaders Jthe light for the court have decided to permit every mem ber of the group of wilful 17 to speak against the court then National iriftWcek Starts with the Celebration of Benjamin Praiikliirs January 17 Captain Who Is Pio neer Musher of 67 Is in Command of North Pole Expedition Attempt to Beat Amundsen Across North lii riivisinu of tinliiiesf advent lii In clv the Nortli Polo by air tins Arc Mi Itider the Captain Milnliiin 7yi3avpld of ibe myth of Iorming tho advance guard it the aerial pobir expedi nailinl on Uu steamer North i r s I M Ilii iiio is bonded for Point Bar if to eslabliHh npjily Ijaso foitho i Accompanying Smith are Earl j aiiflior anl pho iiinl jordon engi IMCI in charge of Hie show motors j which will draw supplies across tho drifts from Xcnana head the I rail to Point Captain eom if any attempt is made to string out NEW Jan annual f of aspiring persons are set forth in sevenday national campaign in Thiift committees success Interest of thrift will start tomor the 220th birthday anniversary make a record Barbara Confession of Seyfoolt alt the Both state and federal bank exam coninne to announce nothing def B5 made publlc regarding i in the settlement of National and Capitol State banks still are working on othihg been made public of Of the others the North Union State and DroversNational the federal jury is probing affairs Globe National which Richard Davis a few doors early last The Loveland National hank In Loveland is reported ready td nounee reopening about an to Prohibit on Short Sales on bill to prohibit short the qottttn and grain mar the ijjttee today nbuncemifit by gepretary of bat he opposed to rJardlS Utah Warden Brings Out HowrStatemenf Uf Ex ecuted Man Tfaia Statement Creates Bitter Feeling Saya Orbwther Had No SALT LAKE servlues here today for Ralph executed yester day morning Tor the biurder of a Salt Lake brought a heated attack upon an alleged coiv fession madfe by the to Prison hours before his After Sey boldt was gave out statement that the doomed man had told him about 1 oclock In tbe morning that Patrolman David the murdered did not have a gun in his hand when the fatal shot was In making the alleged statement to the Seyboldt is represented T With a Clear conscience bad contended throughout his fight for life that the officer hiffl ft gun in his hand when he SeyboJdt killed Afterthis alleged Mant Whb wnivrion nnrf n fflw a They stated that pared denying the the debate cloture will bo Under procedure senators will hign a petition to limit the second day fbfibwlhg presen tation of the a vote must be debate and two thirds o no sena tor after more than iih H This decision was made today to try to prevent the anticourt mem bers from delaying a vote before tho tax bill is ready for consideration the latter part of next Only about five members of the Benjamin whom the keep a bank quality of thrift was rive hero next month with threo monoplanes and other members of tlic parly md sail north about Feb niary Tin1 is projected by the De troit Aviation of the adAentufe These work and j auompi to beat Amundsen carry life own your own According to a statement issued make a in safe securi1 y the National Thrift committee lies pay bills and share across the The Amundsen lirigible will be made opposite direction some the fojihiuj with these points this ninth annual Thrift week be stressed during Thrift volves persistent careful steady wise iUj Each day and proportionate j aside for specific attention to time kitev Air of the Wllklns party needs must be transported g the week et be n th of in leHii Will Share wJth of or when the old It is selfish more blessed to give than to receive During the seven daysof National will emphasized in churches all Thrift January 17 tt the over the Systematic snow motors will be each hauling long beavih sledges column of The Journey take 35 it is economic of Benjamin Frank1 conducted on business fitted with a big I steel duiin on each side comprise snow The drutas have whose birthday is regarded as one1 of thp ln irreconcillable group have not vet tne campaigll eaoll willlequiremenLs of thiift made Chief of thcsi5 is Senator Jim Mis IINES pulverized at the mines here and blown to Kansas City through plpp lines for fuel for steel mills apd other is be set forth in public schools ami January churches throughout the United Thiilt will be Hlidget 01 Local thrift educational Home Economy Day campaigns last throughout Own week have been arranged in scores Your Own Home anil Satur of according to j day Pay Bills Promptly at long which are expected to upim their way through the up accounts and suggestions for the guidance the year Idaho Wool Growers Elect Twin Falls Men of the leading coal operators had come jfrom the condemned I of fthis Following the services Seyboldts Clemens estimates the Jjody was buHed in ji unclaimed coal lands in dis trict there is sufficient to produce tons which will last for more than half a He also has visions of gas plants fcuilt to generate gas from the coal penver Livestock Show Opens with Expected tlons have been made to care for 000 persons at the twentieth annual National t Western Livestock here at 10 oclock Five student livestock judging teams entered by western colleges formally opened the eight day Teams Kansas and Colorado agricultur al colleges and from the Universities Bit Uepra8kaiWyomiHg are Colorado Aggie hpe tUe cm MQB in Awl Nebraalfa Cnitrprsity once njanager of thej of by a redistilling gasolaipe fro Coal hauled Bacon of Twin Falls and Prayer Interruption Donald McLean vifere Pretident and Ifcspectively ConvenjiQn Was Greatest IDAHfJ Clyde Baeon of Was rpelpctrfl president Donald MeLean of Twin l here coal Hauled secretary and the entire hoard to the nearby directors of 1925 was ehpsen aaain cities seen in a few years he and predicts a for the Kansai coal which this winter enjoying usual TEXAS CONTACT 18 N1EAH Ilf SAJVT jferlng aaJ Iiried a poleoiwans bultet from the floor aud ripped out a Tmnd jwhlch was re ful of hair and which elected included Ben ttutefed 1 X3f r Blissand Roscoe of Soda Paroila will recov The Museas were taken to a Jjptelrooin fiefic ijodoy from held here nlghjj In Jthe county tnent to tbe a few a 45 was taken from cne by clared to be the greatest held in and pressers utea before he executed the of Seybojdt told newspaper most imnortant number of was the repott ot that be bad told tbe truth GLACIER MoritfThe Rocky was stated in a throughout hfettrial fight for r f j Mountain ground mmlrrelg are tame ol te committee chatrm making naentlpn the their begs peanuts in Glacier Me mm at the election of the thirty third annual convention of the Idaho Growers association Tbe convention closed today with the dograces following the Murder in Brooklyn BROOKLYN senting the intrusion of callers while she was perfomning prayer rites for lier invalid compressed into under 833 pounds ol pressure per square in laboratory experi ments here the Kansas Agricultural college has proven to have about hqijtipg value of coal and may partially supplant it as a fuel mi44JP western according engineering of the Professor Sanders has invented JSoso a carving knife and with her hushands aid almost made a human sacrifice of Rosa entailing little ated oa the same fi hay which has proven inthis fessor Sanders says that under testa iit the engineering department was found 70 per dent heat content was JnJn Parolla a visitor at worldknown insistenceof Joseph Atiagi and J still fighting his battle Francis friends of the JHisconditionJodiSy Was re who hud been unchanged from yesterday When the trio entered a darkened they saw a weird religious ceremony in The Mus Smoky Gas popular Aahton dog won the Harry KefcC1IS werc knecHng and beating their edy was gecond and WarrenCordlng y The course was over th5 ice pt the The board of directors of the Wool heads against the a cry Musca tookTBe knife and gan hacking at Parollas MUBCU then threw to He id very Husbands Excuse with Museum ;

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