Twin Falls Daily Times, January 19, 1926

Twin Falls Daily Times

January 19, 1926

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Twin Falls Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1926, Twin Falls, Idaho IBAHO W15ATHEB Fair and continued cold loniKht and OLf NPMBER United Press Associations Leased Wire Service TWIN IDAHO OLD Favorable Vote Is Expected in Few Days on World From Idaho Refuses to Join Filibuster But Reed and Johnson Stand Senator Hiram Johnson of attacking the world court pro jn the snat today argued that American entrance into the court even if the court is what its proponents say it be an idle and futile Johnson came onto the i the midst of Senator Bleases demo South filibuster aBainst the Blease gave way to We was one pf leaders against the league of nations in 191920 and his on the world court was ready we have Hie iiieahs at hand in Tim Hague court to accom plish anything that we ncj eomplish in the world John son an Attack But even 1C the court has any 1 decline to siibjecY Ariier icuii questions to foreign This action will depart from the American of 140 yearsand will take UK into Europes political Johnson recalled the famous league fight and scored war and peace He claimed that even the minds of little children in the schools being poisoned in the Sacred name of With fiery Johnson warned that the time would come again in the next national election ufs came 1920 when the peo ple lose up in then righteous wrath taking into Europes af FKAtt HOATSHbRTACJK 18 Tlw shortage of Angora goats is caus ing manufacturers of automobile bodies Angora goats arc the source of whlcu the cushions iu many of the American In spite of the factthat Amer ica is I he largest consumer of gen uine mohair only a compar atively few Angora goat herds are raised in this Angora gaot fleece is shipped in huge quantities to this vounlry from Turkey andother old world AXOTHUK VICTIMOF TOMCKO CU HUNK IS FOVNi TOKAY another victim of the Toledo cluhbei he nianiacal club wielder who struck down nine women here several weeks the bruised and battered body of Alaiiiie sister of a retired fire department was found between two houses hero French today btunbarded the Shagour quar tre of Many persons are reported to havo Heavy damage was inflicted in the secondbig of the ancient city in recent Superstition About Marriages in Heaven Causes Many Divorces superstitution that marriages are made in heaven has much to do with the Increasing number of di jiccordliis to Professor Da of New Marriage must shape itself to human nature and it is silly to think that they can be predesttiu Professor Seabury declared in address at the Sinai Temple last There is nothing more insane than the present marriage cere mony which the contracting parties promise to iove It is biologically gically inipossiblpfor two persons to make such a promise bocauste love is not of the AfylERICANS ARC JohtlKoa said the 553 ratioy of the arms conference treaty was a and Every officer in the navy depart ment tell youthnt this ratio ho While America has been ping warships Great Britain been scrapping blue scrap has irre concilable battle against the world court is near its Any day now LAMB MARKET OlSWSBliY WOOL GROWERS on Public Lands Discussed nt length by Woolgrmv crs in Itoise Annual Ciiincntion Mini Is of indorsing the Stanfield to regu late grazing on public which aroused considerable discussion the Monday sessions of theNational Woolgrowers association convention was referred baelt delegates the convention getting ingcommittee today without the another to their views and will npt come out until the closing Wednesday after nponi The discussion of the billwas interrupted at Mondays session as far as the domain sections were when McClure of Idahomade a motion instruct an adverse committee report An amendment to the motion provid the HardingHughesCOolidge project for American participation in the tri Two members of the tors Hiram o California and Jim upon today with long speeches in an effort to bf which has contested the proposal since it was made three years Borjh of the re lations about ready to oH page 3 Convinced that the woman has an insatiable tftanla authorir ties today Impaneled sanity eommis to examine Laura who has ac cording to police thht she mur dered two of her eight former hus Stubborn and Christy who admitted she gave poison cap suJeB tp Jder seventh husband and arsenic to her eighth the Wil liam attache of the Christian Missionary who died sud another barrage At questioners Prosecutor Robert Brookes obtained the alleged con fession and brought out that of the womans eleht six died suddenly under myaterjofis eir t I of my the others died Christy asserted belligerently when i arsenic BUDDHIST CHIEF Americans are with mad with mad with according to Director Anaharika Dharmapala of the Buddist mission India bat here after investigating spiritual in New Salt Lake Koub and he said in an interview i Millions OT Collars Can Be j Added Profit of Gem Crowing Small Seeds paJio Can Beak the Woild Growing crisis Never have I seen a thoroughly enjoying them selves as the But enjoyment is not Enjoyment is physical happiness is If only Americans find how to add happiness to their capacity for America will lead the world spiritually as it now lends ma he would be a great aid to the United States in he America can not find this leadership through The scientific and material train IdtftoT Jan stance of a corporation do f ing1 something fine and not alto gether selfish M the seed train which will southern Idaho f towns and uptotheminute seed1 show and school in It will cost the Oiegon Short Line several thousand dollars to do that Of an indnect return pected i ometime in the But that is as nothing compared to the immense good it farm ers of the The beauty ot it is tlie timeli ness and Growing small seeds market is something i at Which call beat the That is already And if it is done just by rowing clean literally millions of Col lars can be added annually to the profit of doing This Is Co Tit TftiTJonsfral ed by real on I he authority of university extension experts A farmer 20 acres of red Brothers Fight Over Fathers Will of Millions to break the will ol Francis millionaire president of the Molba Mituu fachirjiiff who died lasl lias been begun here by Waller a of The was left to Albert another Walter charges that undue influence lllle in bed Clarence noted crim is Smnuel Thompson thi IIP president of tin Aiupritiiii Funi cucr it Ilf was for IHinnis o Violation if President Will Review Case of Mitchell and May De duce Suspension of Board Entirely Flying Colonel Carry Fight to lm iiuin Trust Is id AiiiiTriiKl Laws Case to nine 1p Page plaint companyin which of the1 Treasury Mellon is a principal charging it with violations of section H of federal trade coimnission Idahos one million dollars worth of oneyear treasury notes weresold a syndicate of four New York firms which and public domain sections Without rec ommendation was then made and sections This morning the forestry of the measure were ey plained by George attor ney for tlie public hinds committee of the who also answered questions of some Before a generaldiscussion couM be indulged in which might have brought up a renewal of the on Colonel national this part of the bill was also referred Continued on Page 3 offered The firms are First National Bank of Solomon Brothers and AngloLondon Paris and Ralph Schneeloch S There were eight for the notes which lire issued by thestate in of tax this best submitted by Pressprich of New York and Burton of Salt was only 55 higher saved at time and lost 1G44 at More lessons thai one will be taught on this seed train by visual demonstration and lec One thing to which section 2 of the Clayton antitrust tion will be called is the Idaholaw j permitting by counties The complaint was drawnafter a or parts of of weed disifull investigation by the legal divi wherein ofj sioirol the Sugerit weed eradication can Certain evidence was lie i tending to indicate that the That law is being made use of company was using unethical and beautifully in JTwin Falls illegal especially with re A weed commissioner armed wKhjgurd to all the scientific weapons available Nugent said the commissiou had definite appropriations with the files of the case so that it would object in view of waging incessant i proceed with if saw war on It is an ofHe said the committee did fur whnt can be done to turn these litjnish the justice department a copy eral millions of dollars loss into I of the record because it was too Vetefans Going Back to France in 1927 to Tour Battlefields in Fine Style is going over thousand American Legion who tramped through the mud and struggled over the barbed fields time are go ing back to France to com memorate the lOUi anniversary of tltfelr ftrfltjrfprval In The boys who traveled through France on gun cai sons and the famed Chevaux box will see the try this time through the windows of French compartment Save Your going This is the owrd beT ing passed around Legion posts over Legionnaires are salting their cen tlincs at the ratepf about a week 5s Back savings working on the princi ple of the Christnias thrift have been organized by banks all the V The movement oi Legionnaires to dfalrman oJf the Etons tpyej Ift arrangeroents for the second invasion of thowpaadifoi desires of thousands of who didnt get across during Uie war will realized by the convention The trip will commemorate the tenth anniversary of the arrival of American troops in Thirty are expected to making it the largest peace time tiefnovenjent in The men will not go Hi camouflaged guarded by always fouwBUbsr Instead troop of all luxurious liners will carry the Paris bound left to permit the boys to BO obroad without custSinary1 passports ef fecting a lafgV In place of papen Legion identification used will veteran Ameitcan ships will be used where available and British and French lin ers also will be called Into New Hampton Houston and Montreal iiaw been lB Hated M of country he to give Legionnaires round trip tick et their homes to embarkation for regular oneway French have already an nt federal trade coniiiiiss7on departed Iruiii a long ostahlisli cl jmlJcj Tn SecluiTiifi til gm7 lie justice depart incut evidence in Hie aluminum trust riiainnan John Nugent Its clovcr in with ICO pounds of I tilled bclorc the senate iuvcsti seed for whichhe paid S cents a Killing eonimillec The yield in 1I2 was ISfiOd on analysis wiisj Aluminum classed no grade1 because of its Company of will come to of weed chiefly noxi nionlh before the federal It was wild at cents a for alleged anti total But a neighbor I 1nlKl John also planted 20 acres lo red of the trade with state tested seed that cost 20 j committee fiSOll cents a Us yield was of 1 which sold for 28 total The first man j Nugent said the yotcri unanimously commission had to issue a HOLDRALLiES EVENING All OruuiiixuHoiis in Vcst lnl City Are A tivc Sprcial Court Honor Next Tiicsilaj Night Is Aniiiiiiiiced Mis Tillies Arc Special 10 Tbr Times IllTroop of the Buhl Boy Scouts stitgud a bean feed Monday eveniiig as a rally to off years scout Fiftyone and loaders were Talks were made by patrol laadfit Jivy PaviKj Howard rence Adkins and Don Orayot of and Troop I and Amo Kcrpa of Troop thai oouel Wllliaiii Alitclioll will at tcmpl to rcsimi from the army rather thaii rccjn the suspen sion sonience for criticism of air service adiivininraiinn was seen here1 today as he army reviewing board to send the case o Secre tary of War Davis and President Cool Secretary I la following todays Hireling denied reports that die case had jui been turned over by the renewing but iiitiiunicd thai action was o be ex i iUiin a tf w 1 was generally in army political circles ileni Coolidgc will reducp tho niartial scnitnceof five years snspsn jsion without pay and Res jtoralion of partial pay and nllow pcnsiou lo three are said have IHCII recommended to toolidgo by iiolitical A high official said however Iliat Mitchell seriously coiUemplates submitting his rpsigiialiou from the army so tluij he may be free to carry Ills crusade lo the IlKlcr army regulations it would he tipccijsary for the president to such a The fact ihal Mitchells havo already taken a bouse iu Washington ordered removal of household goods from San post to which Mitchellwas banished duringthe last years as an indication today rile coIoneTrTofis not expect toreniniu long undin army speakers ore Jlel Ikiugla Maw Walter ScuflLu slid Alphonso All the speakers emphasized a dcermfnation to work for advancement in ihe troop during the coming Troop I gave over the Monday eve ning meeting to practice on first with a viovn of preparing lo meet the Twin scout teams in the neai GERMANY MAY GET DICTATOR agraph IS of the German constitution under which virtual dictatorship can be may be called into play flttmrhrsr ITrTl cd hat ihc Buhl team wore in shape to give lie Twin Falls stouls some Troop held a short meeiing of the Continued on page THE PRINCIPAL SUFFERER o lowing the apparent failure of Hans Luther to form a cabinet of the Stories that President Von Hinden buig would hearken to industrialists lor a 48 dictator the head of the were revived as the democratic party Til iTiiaiiiRlIt refused to withdraw DrT Koch as a candidate for minister of the PARL VIENN ret and jjntfer orders to do full duty today1 ana to guard against possible outbreaks in the vicinity of Bethleu frad vague ly hintfed tliat mifeht JjavA to be called as parliament was iConven Should that step he declined to taHe threat foUay ed a sharp turn of the oppositlbn pot ies agivinst They Ijinted that he vas leaning tothe Fusclsti awakening hat no was shielding proraln mis in the recent i Coenig and ;