Twin Falls Daily Times, January 30, 1926

Twin Falls Daily Times

January 30, 1926

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Issue date: Saturday, January 30, 1926

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Twin Falls Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 30, 1926, Twin Falls, Idaho IDAHO WEAfSFJBB cloudiness probably snow Press Associations Leaped Wiro TWIN JANUAKY United Assentations Lcnsee Wiro Service OLD Ten Additional Bodies Are ReeovjreaFjom Shaft Globe Radio Week Winds Up Tonight NEW Jan 30 Inter Jiatioual Radio week will wind tip tonight the tests involving ehly stations in the western The hour set aside for the teat broadcasting will be hat used during Ihe entile 11 to eastern slaudaid The schedule is as followb 10 to p Cana stationson the nil others silent 1115 p to p hi the northern part of the United all otheis p m to p tn stu ifi hniitliein pirt ofLjie Jim 30 death toll tho ex plosion of tfco Premier Coal company mine at Ala near was brought to 27 today whctt searchers found ten additional bodies taken from JW n TBtert time after the nx it Vas hoped that the ten would be rescued Curing tSp night oxygen was inta thd the be theirHVes would be Wheh today the remaining ten bodies were Aid Jan 4ng for the lives of ten with onlj slender hopes of rescue woik early toiflay continued their efforts r to save the miners who are htill cn toimbed in the Premier Coal company mines at wheic an explosion 27 men late yeUer SeveSnteen bodies have been taken and scant hope is held for the of the other alhough oxygen being pumped into tho mine in hopes that may have escaped Of the 17 bodies 11 aic white and six are windy shot or backfire from a tarnped powder blast is be the cause of the KILLS 3 l1 Ho air others 1146 P to tious south of the United including Cuban and on the all others MILLS AGAIN C ing Unexpected Helen American tennis was pressed to win thequarter round match of the Gallia tourna ment hero from at 97 and Dancer Prefers Electrocu tion to Life for Killing USED A KNIFE ThcUleaa mine of the Bear Creek company today stood at ItynttB nearly a score but fibrins Bliftht injurieHf rom explosion of pab in the mine yesterday entombed36 miners work iflgbn the fdiirth All but three were killed succeeded in making Way to safety after their cloth bad been burned to shreds in they aJhot black mine inspectors or officials of the tnine had yet not made a btate jnenl as to their vcrsiorrof Ihe caubc continued search of the mine is made m officials aic not qei i jlaM that all the dead have been re Suciety Existence r LOHCH in put WJiHo FREEDOM OF FILIPINOS American Business Men in Isl ands Put Up Solid Front Against Independence for Ter ritory in Tabling A Resolution The American Chamber of Commerce to day tabled a lesolution pioposinj immediate coatation of all activities the futuve political status ot the Tho action is Interpreted to irtan ftuC TVityerlCiUi men in tho Philippines will present u solid front against A threatened split over tho atti tude of the chambers directorate on Ihe IndependenceQuestion Is to have been Following repoils that Filipinos COlt AliiC1ICIVIt lams opposing mem heis hohtile to the chambers anti independence attitude introduced the After the resolution was tabled by a decisive a second resolution expressing confidence in the organizations directorate was Maiden Stabbed Aged Relative for Alleged Slam on SAN Tessie cabaret wants to be electrocuted for murder of Prances her 81ycarold I dont want to spend he rcpf of my life in the irl faid I want to get it over o pretty entoi Jinown at Tia Juana for her con fessed she aged kin to Coles hacked in a score of places with a butcher was found in her homo at National near Tessie told the officers She ftiJled her grandmother because she My Riolhers picture Ipokcd like a bad womans Believe Mitchell Is Qff Easily SAN Jan John former secie taiy of wife and from iHfr local harbor te day on a pJevlwre trip to Hone lulu The be ioie his depart declared be was not hatlsSftcd with tlie m ishment Oolonol William Mitchell for his criticism of tho air He ww Weeks He dc lacts of the air service Weeks Hie annual appiopiwtlon of foi tho next tell is amjilt for and te Vefep IffiT TBIcttoTi npnce WlHi Warships arc sMl useful In national he Am erica is as wett tortlfled as any other nation Russia Returned to Vodka Because Dry Enforcement Failed PRAISE IS Jan ictuin ol forty per cent vodka is a sliatesie iplieat wjiirh Hie Soviet noveinment I hu ins of riti Iliad toHfldH4ak 01 ftami enire and dlia Wnl inK IIHJlllilrlll V v tin I liin i it Russia failed to n i achieve declnicel the that rlldnT luvi tr sian Health Nikolai j declared the Semashlfo in interview with United i inh iln SEA HER I NEW stuff and physii i ij i bad M i i The letinn of dors not meanlwhilp odk i in tljat the probimrron idea is dialed d n In I I tou eiualiU riiins sftler prohibition the best evl fishting the liquor It mav have jbeen the correct sejliilionfor tin proh jlem in But here in due to various local it sitnply did not Scmdshko that i lie Russian I lie The StiidcjstrongeHt kind of strongelrinli iuidei All Bii iiain Bows to Brave Ynnkees Who Saved Ship ONE bakor eoi iwi today voted a the Tsdiist when the voelUa dividend of 5 per hharo on premonopoly brousht in about a eniai tci ferred stock and n Kharc onjof the annual common March 1 couldnt be biokcn of the habit stock tolelterS 6y a decree toibidding the ol Hedeij foi uini nun in IK I i i i n IK HIM t wore rroudrd wili t t bootleggers bin I In HI Wat n It iilorto 1111 n led ID n iiniouiii IdleIn ariir urnl int 11 n It UK nl n Mlla I I Ih tlie d ih Miami n i in i mill ID Spaniard Hops Off for South America PORTO Capo Verde Flight domniarnlcr Ramon Franco hopped off from here at todaylllrect for the mainland of South The Bias put out to sea to act as a relay ship for communication picked up a radiogram Irom him at saylns that he was pioceeding without islr Mother Sobs for Return of of A0d Burns in In No Alarm Felt for Idaho Students Leads Cleveland1 ier and Children hreeyearold Jeauoi Dance Craze Hinders Marriage Habit LOS marriage habit is being ham pered by the dance Beat rice McMullen of Fullerton sumed by on Thursday fants Authorities Passing of J1 in tho mouth Bt believed to have been caused by acid poison today spuired land authorities tft speed up themj vestigution into mjsteiiouh j of Jeanoh Aitluir and1 four of his whose bodies1 were feSunfl in home Mic1 j Detectives htmicd samples of fboel and coffee con NOf ABATING Liners Report Having Battled Worst in Many Years in Fury of Atlantic Which Disabled Some Mar yras i court Lednum had hie wife was un r riagiTarid I ail whlcii he ondjUnigation started in divtnce juries reach a verdict in eash prc paJe pounding Atlahfic hffippimr The past week was reported by vessels sill at sea to be abating today Thq President Roosevelt with sur Vivorif tJUoAntlnoe disaster aboanl was expected at Queenstown between six and while the Nord Deutscher Ijloydline with six Survivors of the Larislan tragedy is there Thfc ErrJngtpn a coal steam bound for New has proceed on way after repairing dam ages while the a Canadian govern is ireportedi in trouble ouj Californiar osteopaths aUlelr an nual midwinter meeting 9 tftmer mania are decreasinfc the numbei of marriases of young women and increasing their to become McMtillen de to clly chemists for analy Jeaiiej and his mother are Uio tTaKodyBotll Spanish heavyweight in tho fourth loimd when Barrlks seconds threw in the spouse Barrlk was floored twice in the third are1 in local hospitals ami are their further recovr cry before interrogating WILL ATTEJjJ Janr Relatives of students the Univcrsiiy of Idaho at Moscow led ahym over the death Boise there on Thursday night from spinal men as every precaution is beintf taUcn by school and med ical authorities to protect the other It was said at tho derailment of public wel juc Commissioner Dave Burrell at the university with state medical ae and they say the likeli hood of now cases is Ne precaution is being over lookeel and every resource is in readiness to give any case im mediate VMS Iftyears of ago and a member of Alpha Tau Another Boise htudeivt in the Same fraternity Martel is suffering frem mejninsitis btit ed to have passed the The ejuarantine on tho frat has lieeir SKKKS I TAH PLANS ATTEMPT POLE FLIGHT Naval Who Led ii Party Prepares tails for Proposed Hop with lMii The viiinins song of pralsi the1 1 ol Hie ILiileul States Lines lrisident ed today I arrivul of that The mime of Captain Fried and largo on 1 And the praise for bis i in snalrhluKfrom the storm in Un furnished HICII of the Brlt i i ininip Aniinoe comes from king i I iniiiiiiiiner ciihiut the Roosevelt i Avith the Bremen ii of Captain Wurtts a day or more behind survivors from another Iliiiidi Die Hut ui tin ehorus of praise for splindid seamanship no d lutider than that of Jainis the four likely and hosiin of the 1 to she sobbed Irish brogue Jimmy Ill i his day or the IH morrow Jan 10 i M1 ffom American expedition Ilu mind the Arctic d lit n m in I ilt tlu is beins m u tenant Coniniandei retired who headed the contingent of theMa Jlillnn expedi tion last pltjnfrfor fhoinp not and no ilc ismn linen i cached as to whcthei 1111 ilup 01 an planes will be his the bunk f some ol left was found Theyd beon fumigaiftut rats and the poor1 had breathed behind bis The Denver Rio Grande railroad to the interstate GBNBVAj United commission today for ail stopped tUcJthorlty te eonstiuct n lint league of nations today she jut Piiusle to con will participate m the woik of the nect with a lino to he construct ec fortheprnlng session of Ihe prepura roundand fhree times in the itory dUarmamenl commlBBlon i by the Indepcndet Coal nd Coke THE BATTLE PROGRESSES tosetSev f British Author Readiijs of tax v Aapfopr pfajera and I f gm ftV PAP5 A IDT Befell rsasjscwr MV6P Mjsf S o m ftftfis 51 jr3 t m 4 i he 6ut inu those days an4 nighta Jimmy and the rest 0 them JCdsel Fonl aiulJoliii KkkifeJUi ome AndEraj8e each promised to put up Go1 Jimmys coming foi tho expedition and ethe t Ml Uonaynes Jimmy will be Americans have piomihed Minhor to come nehprc ami iin1 by The rest ol lie1 saved men are Englishmen be taken off ou the Mshtftr i Old where a special committefe will meet the and convey the official thanks ol the British Isles to Fried and his Tinmoloi boat I fastest knovin iinn hmuRglinf ship opetalum Cuba alitd was eaptuied to eay by ituarel patiol lioat suiard HAS INCREASE Total Amount of investment in FarmAnimals for Last Year Was Over five Show The total value of all I arm unlmuld in tlje country on January us compared with pn January an of tho crop leporting board of the aKiicultural efepartment uniiounceil Uolses and colts on farms Janu ary numbered as eonv pai ed the same date last fhese animals hatf an sragate value of or per bead compared with a value of or last HAM IUNKRAL LOS hnnd did not play today at Pavtd Ilfvi ills although it One of hia last fiattlrflednhr Leave Monday PanamaMissi FifU iVlll hem3 SAN the customary States battte fleej StfHUjf lios dawiiOtt i morning t Panama canal trnlike the eddepfirtUre of flee and Antipodea last half a Ktftok Alter 60 days without dur iBfe btatnted he brokl state tot farm ttgalH jnarinei A io Wtff rfitej ;

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