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   Republican And Times, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1922, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                THE REPUBLICAN AND TIMES VOL. 53 United Press typed Wire CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1922 Cily Edition NO. 165 NEW MIL STRIKE PEACE LAFOLLETTE RENOMIMED >FOR SENATE Piles Up Lead Over Ganfleld CARRIED WHOLE SLATE Brief Bits Of News Of The Doubtful if Democratic Nom inees Will Get Enough Votes to Get on Ticket Milwaukee. Wut. cota'ni of tultols t-a5t In Tiu-klay's stnl primary vclil necessary lo dett-r mine whciru-r or noi ninics of th derr.orratk cjntildalc.s vrili Iw pLice j i-n the hntloi nt ihe. November i-K-c tion. Pre.-ieii'. to Ir.fti cue dtniotralic ivo-.i! fall ot Ihe required 33.000 vow. bcnitor UtFoDctie continued to i-il up nn overwhclniinr voto ovtf iiarn A. C.mfieM. Kefurni inechirls run 2j3l in tin: -Milwaukee. Sept. Robe' TiT. by a. LinriMi'lc, vot nDintn.itfil for United Stnifs aior by the of Wlfoon- at Tutirlay's ptSniary. Ho WJlHani A. Gantleld a niiijority nearly 150.0BO. .The senator carried ihc. entire sl'ito of slate ofliciala to victory with on-j State FrtU U ii-k-bradnjr the 75th ftitiilvcnarv   Juliljilul. A pair nf hlan- tew riixl llRtti not In- Hlalrd, failed to. rone IOJMORSS 1 CUT ttP MINE BEROR OVERLOOKED TALKS ON STRIKES THEIR REMEDIES Advanced Res cue Work by ?our Days Afkloy lo Ksultrd In duatli Samurl WHson. wlK) w walking nlonr "llie tracks wh Mirwk-hy a tii li-ajrii" North wraipni The vote in out ol J.S3I In ihe Gahfifld 74.34S. Governor .John J. Itlalne. I-aFoJ- Istte's w.is re- nominated l> HANFORD POST TO BOOST RQBBINS WATERLOOMEET Enthusiastic Meeting Held Last Evening in Interest of His Candidacy -Plans for Major f- Hob- bins, stale commander of die Amerl- t-a.ii Legion When the Mite conctr.lton Is held. In Waterloo '_ Thursday end Friday .were outlined at' a of RUNS HIGH Mine Officials Silent on Ru Tunnel Puts Work Further Back At the Areocaiit flold' Mine. Jacx ri. Cal., Sept. rii on thai the r.Ight shifL-lasi nigh1 dlscovVrcfl an open cross.cui aid have, elinijr.nted through Fitly feel of hard :ed rescue, .work by rock fciur Su fur mint olficbU are The .feellrjt; ihe miners li run nine hisli rc-ffacdtng ihc Every Jay's doJ-iy pos-'lbilUy of. finding; the mrn uLive. AlUhc Arjoniut ilinc. Jackson, Calif-. Scpi. J-ickso'ii. vibrant with Elmer Johnson Declares Na- tioa Needs Judicial Trib- unal for Settlement of Differences ITndw ihe  XVhra police nrrlvtd the niodern Artani lud flctl. H. Curttra in tno- in which he -soared SAY W1LLARD LEADER' B. 0. Head's Peace Plaa In- cludes Return of Seniority Eights to o, HI., nxt rallmail today to oonsJdfr nr4f mline tn'jnhn -m.iry nf tlic' KnTrratrd rot to hliime for Hi is. Congress is to -..lieed boai. In three bfinif for it ili.ln't toiiesis, after the powerboat hail at- "II Js lions ns.ihls to write nnd and .niv; tnini-d of 20 mil f ft an ho NEW PASTOR OF FIRST. CHRISTIAN i Ho Hanfoul at the chamlier of com- erce Tutsday The i-n.ni- already been atarted ard win not rtroppfd until' K c.compiled, deceives ihe.tlecllo the (Janfteld ur.d A. C." McHeiiry. B uet. -The vote in precincts fur ernor: Blainc 167.S13. Morgan S1.3S3. x- iTrKeiiry i fr'trfouft rlnuSrts were raised todoy c.s to .whelhcr sufficient were rolled "in the primary to [inure ptec- ot Ihe democratic nominee's OIL the ticket at the November elections 'ft certain "per- of tht total vole-east at nom- ination. On llie of figures .o: the 1320 vole, die' democratic EimiiMates' wore required to pol Figures on "Mrs. Jfssc Jack Ifoou (r, fnr the- democratic r.om for Unitnl Slates senators we're 1ml it Is probat.) iho hit polJeJ. die r'eiLuircil In'lhe subernatori-il race, honrever, this v.as doubtful. With ;tbout une-sevcnth Of the Si i rpoiied. A. A. lie'ndey wos >laihe for die drrnocralk m hiiulwi for governor Ly a sli to. state-! ye-stenlay. despair today. AH'day Tuesday JncJwon hullt on the chance that ihe -olil connf-ctlnj? diift Ihft Kennedy be open. Tonight was bflk-ve-il the time when the Imprlsonrd miners in Ihe miRlil be Rui the ilrifi. broken inlr> during ihe nlshl. to caved. If this ;nme cor.diilon prevailed the 'at I re ler.slli of the 353 "drill It rill lake R week, hy eonacrv.ittvp.N- imate. .ir> cle.in "It out. And .after ;h_al. tliV 75 foot. to h'roush rnew rock car.no! 1i" clit than hours. It Is conceded. E. B. Hyteii Accepts Call cuniM did not cm tue slider and Takes Up Pastorate in October .il Oiffic menls of apeaUers at the mettlrig. .Snappy songs, red cardboard ta; rxarlnp the-' wunK "nobbi.njt' ttioj At ihe -Mine. bird." h.it to so n Ca I., Sep'., was worn l.y' thearKc.l readiness toftij1 for the firusl used to" advertise Hanford post rescue ot the forty.jteven c-n- C. H Roijolns to ton-.ueil "minc're. who "hive" been ten convene- at Wnlerlbo. 'Members of tajR' Rin -In nddlliofi onvenllon II o'cloclt "Fri day 'f Hanford post' .will slBRe a 'parHAc o( from Ihe llusaeU-Ua'mpson' hoiel" at 1 ThursJiy 'a'fterncon. The -band "com po'seJ of forty or fifty pieces ar.d the drum and corpsi droiivil In ihe mnv uniforms irriiqh haTe'Jujl been secuVed, will lead a "procession made mi of from 208'to 310 deleeatc-s im ilaritord poit. "ArranReroer-ls have IJctn matjp- to'secure-Irir fare- nd-i-tvilf rale tor the. i.ound trip- AHI-'AT7. I.KXDS. i City. Xev.. Sept. With cxpc Clint; to EAkt acSvan- of thr rediirr-d rate n-ere asked to' FCC Adjutant Hedbure A short lalk l.y Unjor rt-Jr inpri ceiv-ed applause from the LAJlUt members preient.nt nishl mtctins. Major RobMns lift" bloWi of Ihe pick .ihal wil through io .'the iiviiy; where, the forty-seven" inert to 'liavc set of! jlpnal blis ?Eain "bsl r.ifiht.-wjll be struck la it holieycd. v who nri- tn' rare 'for II Uanprf miners if Hie latter still li- already ..tt the sjylnc ri to report that' the'Anal uttack on t' last slate wall .Mine officials still retained siter. on thV suhject of the of Jackson believes the word of min- ers of the heard judicial irili illfficulilp.f." j fron, tne hoat and descended absent from Hie ciiy Uafely each lime. illy witlj ytrlkvm In air prc- rtly. but xcho read.about U In ,he Inventor from making the on the I'ittLfic LOa.u gilding tt-sts unattached "which he planned, nr-.d which will be continued-over a iipriod.ot three The Csls held "off a point iwar. 'Pinrt Thel glarsy smooth arid thej "Kvcry officer here Hint fell down to hratrn in the next Ion. U lie isn't t he jplj vvlik-li IIL- to fill Hie for him tu do [j lo otji. The that llie off by with u? H that we- been inu-nie. making tleclins Ijillo men and a demonstration ot slid- nr for which strong air currents are Hiulreil. On. the run thr of. Ms plane upitards and rose bout five" feet. He "stayed aloft l-out 3d The se'cnnd ftl- cmpt -was and on the third got up -ihont feet anJ ed aloft-10 to hour -and forty-five minutes occupied In ihc first fests. irins one flight a pigeon al. me of the dflk-ate wing? of the declared. ily. MApUre ".to con led --Ihe ellJer under .auntrvlaipn, Some.shook their htad.i over th but Cuttl-.i announced thi secret hail proved -th had an ''IfiM to.one- factor.o safety......" Kiyinj: speed of the plane, was of the biplano type, was as nt IS miles an hour. Curtis, seated in the cocttpit, added -150 pounds t ihe HO of the slider, ma kins Ji'tota e pcjHtJouF little. The Ihirs to doi to Ilir- trie''and Z irieli lo fill Hioni." llie Knns-Tii in- LEtrial court law nr.d on Ihc organized Jubor itr. Johnson EaiJ: "Onf thins tluit court iw will Jr> n-ill t.p to 11 ut t1ic w.i'kiug ek-gutes ;iiKl tlie labur leudtrs such s (.loniners u-ho sireat- their life !ocd oui for no.le-is.than S'ia.OM yc-nr oui -Mr. Johnson jidv'npatvd l.-ils ;ir.'l more'ctficrenry. isnjnllnj? out thnt trj-iiOre more work .than the res'ilar men ha'd ilbr.e. lie alsro a'd: voealrti.that the richls o( the strikers be 'protested hut tlial given it ile.il En all PERU WITHDRAWS LEAGUE! Election .of Chilean President Causes Split icv.i.- Tern drawn froi ebo-.it one-third of the yefierdar's rrinurj election counted up to early tcdny, S'jmutl S. was loading Charles Chandler for th' repuMiran nonilnaliun, iur the United Kta'.ej by S? votes. PEltnian. demociat. 'ld of h for i in'lielonclng-to T the" lofal- AT ww re nominated. it ho'-i opposition. .'It wtll be Hit ond of thi .cek bvforc .iny dcvUive results Lire he cainralEO for stale rqm'- Jorfc KfTT-f- a'nd Krtro.ar put on a l-osing inMrh 'at the icetlr-s- brtinEJBvery Department. Overloaded BIXWD TESTS MAY ill Jackson. Miss. Sept. Stephens, fonnvr fionijLaW ProfeSSOT Prepares Kgfat the secomi district. gftbc's Parentage   over Arthur G Whitlemote for the republican nom IcatSon for governor liy ;i 10.000 ma Jorlly. 'aecprdlng lo latest figures I f the Male- primary. t'noffirlal n-lurns from JSI.Oiit o -.31 election districts gave Uuodnnv. 15.52? aivl Whlltcmore 5.970. FES6Y JOYCE TOO BUSY TO THINK OF MABRY1NC rofessor John T'." Ti> acne annour.ecd i p. T. Hurlla-ji ready lo iVao.1 taken fn tan tiody am Harry 1 oday 'that- After a search, extending over a period of several the pulpil fonsu-gition the name of Kev. H. B. .of Siguurn-y and he ur.anirr.ously' elected lo the pas te nf the church. News of HIP inn oC thf cungTes.ilion was fi-rward- d ID him a'nd accent: >f the call hu been received. duties hero on the first Sur.dny in October. He lt l3 that the Nei Cfdjir ion ot i lit lei IK! i preliminary IrivoHgaUon trlth refertnce to a suitable iilace lo live. Kev. 'iiytcn Is-a voiins man. In hln thirties. Ixjl he 'ccmcx to E-dar Rapids -witii- a -rcputsuion al- and minister. Davenport had him under conslderntion. at Ihc e he was .under con: tion-.fcere and within an hour of h's 'Irtance call ru he t e" -he n as. nolj fu-d that" to the vastorau church there. Graduate ot Drake nuivcr-] is held three jiartoratrs. uu rtiiHuml ilwi pIxiLs of lira Jn-m-e luid IM-U kcjn seemJ Rjld It-at If ihc loaders at Irwirc the peace pro- E aiTfptabk-. a call for an Immediate ma. HT nf llie "hop policy M. Jewell, president of thn Fhoprr.en. was to tit U th? Ifaltlmore cor.ference. Dilniel Willnrd. president ind O.. lYie in the peacs1 rr.ove, it v.-a? learned oh good iu-: Ihority. Ac-conlin? lo reports here vTjIUrd has just completed n. tour of his rail-J road jfhops where he confererd mimttrs of the strikers. The Rsrccxcnt working on includes the. return of; RhouM b> successful in nil crtorU to settle the strike tin ine Q. i 'O.. other railroad executives will" y make the Vor-t Cent ml. the Hack. Island, the Chj- ft Q-jliK-y, and thr Chicafi'f. St. Paul are watching tlie new i-ffona cicely. >f Ihe C. 31. Si; P. icday that under- stood (here was to be a conferepe'a few of the. execu- tives and the anopn'.cn. T In Sept. that at [east a of krike Had berQ reached M-erc jlenied on every, hind here today." e" rumors crew out of the myi- tcriouj dlKippearance .of Uert i4- Jewell. who had been fr shnp process serv- wee tl io be its 1 with Exhibits Sprrial long distance le Central City. Kept. Valley fair In here tl lir exceeded what yjnllty.' Kverj; ileparjl overloaded With exhiliits. 'At alrcadji- lias-passed a''lonsrw liie rind fa it dally." havr received .here- Fifteen of ealth'. cluhi whicl- luive cCHne direct from the fft'r maVe farijiers Swine nre' overcrowded4- one has ;md that ,fiill of T >let-ied presi- dent. 13olivia inMnieted her to m-iin. -Ironi Ceneva (or- ths Tlic liisjiute. U-Heved -leilnillv at nn cnil Fince arbttrallon at WaFhinRton. wus thf for L'hile.iir.-l'orjvinn Bolivia's en- mity lotvards h.id.ils root in tbE'S'ouili Aicerir.in controversy, k EPISCOPAL BISHOPS GATHER IN .CONFAB WILL RATIFY PEACE and "of Fir: Christian 'church express ththiselrt as with "the reloellou eriy Injunction, made" and arie making plans lor ap-l Tte rei-orls stited that Jewell 1 soon ns the pas- teen In" conference with rcveral 'rail- lie" field.' road eiecuiives th erail and tha'c compromise nffreemnl was reachsd. was utto mated that Jewell nu lo turn tif-re tod-iy to auend a r-s of the JthupTT.ens' policy L Jo nol believe that Jewell will :lurn (cr scverul diys." John Seplt, Confident Hard Coal Peace WANT BORAH TO TELL EUROPE CONDmONS Leading Englishmen Wonld Show People U. S. SUnd..' Porllind. .Ore.- Sept. forty- tvcnth Irionninl '.vonventjon ot th( day in ni'iditoiiiim. "lirsri'oi clergy, laynica and mernben auxll I ary. h'Tth control innial r a-.ihjcc'n are f la led fo- is ns ih: report dertl- u-li lopir up in 6[ the womcn Dlvwcp.- rn n Vrajt'rbook nnd .froi aH o r si i of California m the from hi from the 'r iho. dcrliid the [tiher. Preliminary henrlnj of Tonlln nn? (-cstiioued until t-'eptcmbtr 11 acreernrnf of both .n declared Hi further "evidence If- offer ?howlnc tered" Kfpccfcilly Inltreyt.int: are Ihe n'cy: rl nvintr' hoirca from: Waterl One rhlrfcftis ir.rreye the !dlri. Jlie act nail e.xlitl-ii.. hbwevfr, f incren5lnK the attendance ns much of'the other HEAD OF nORNINfiSlDE Sja Kraocirco, Calif.. Sept. "I'tople lo marrj" me to every one ihey ,-ee mf with" was Inr m-nl of reggy Joyce toJ.iy on her Charlie Uh-j-li- marrj- Well I'm even to think of. marrlase. "I've known Str. Chaplin a l time. We Am met in Tht that II moral j character wax tavntrrd jtl the trial he' roulln. ol irhhU. ho alturea. the ]at-j ter btwifled to TJpnian RUN OVER BY HORSES Into Road in Path of Runaway Team TRDSTEES PASSES AWAY of prejtlrlen; of ihi of of col   menliom-J c.l Frank MI of when it-.f lallcr rr fntly reflpnrd h-it Liter withdrew hi FIVE MEN, TWO WOMEN DIE FRO! POISON BOOZE e me with him in a and now they ate going to gel married riffht n-.vaj-" arrived hrre >e-tv.'rJ Ironi Los Angctcs "ro attend to hu mallerr.' CLOSE SCHOOLS OS ACCOOHT OP HEAT Omah.i. Sept. RT rchoots here were closed at noon to- day because of the Intense bent. The martury reached 101 shortly 2 The forwaj-ier predicted nil te.il record vrould Isroken H art. flt-ivt. men ana drinking yhlikey 1n Brooklyn. Some of deadly Liquor is a Ilr pert by Mrs. Irmrilnda-Vataia. SJ. Sept. To; acV.B-year-oJd daushter of ilr. nr Mrs, Slcrton Oojiidc. reshlinf; fm znd one-half south  hrenlitr hrm. ftv CHARGE CPRCB LEADER, mi ELOPED children. asMl nml eloptn with a rrlfr. Alph Nlcho! Of the WeMeynn NT-th tidlit rhnrch ii-rr, (May fares rerVjoii She If charged n-ith' i tor to iUcnael Ken in. who i i friend. Tbr- latter itlccl and Xccnaa went tpully Mind. Ho .loVl police of hl5 exptrienre and arre.M VdtnU followed. ilied today.. WhoTesak. arrcstc of intoilcaltd found In what h knonn a1 the .Tied Hook' district." where thi occurred. flHed three Jait  aEreemer.t re.iehed .ecn ppenitors nr.d oftlciaN of the' riKed in "..Philadcl-j aaietnenl'-.was ,madeMo niied Tre.w tortaviby, John K Lew-is, resident of ihe. even hundred deiegntes gatiiereit1 lo IFS flnil ]uagnient upon act." V "I optimistic. I arn confideril. the convention hears the rc- wl of the commiitee n aBreement. tho vole b In favor of: ner.r- Ltiri.t -aid. brine about co-operation between ihe United Stater and European for the world's rebnl-ilitMioi i bring ho Iterab lo go to Kurope ,to the of tht who have tnken niakc 'III DIRECTOR IS SCEDiFOR D1V8RCE Anrele.'-.Ca.. Sept. S. -George filhi dirrrtor arjd .war awcie today to find himself He wa." Wing for divorce. "I have bten worhinR over on Cat ilina and Mirprlsed ti acrn of this notion on my rpturn.- complairi rharpe ;h.Tl Keiprrwn. is best fcnowa oa the screen fn the part of Bili Sykc ippcared wilh tracts of that ch.ira in hotne. He artdlct" lo atror-E drink, he nbu'ed hfr tii cumplatnt itatcd.- fhc a pni rathrr ample in vraat hin convey Kurope. .by ntcar.s of lour." 'die-real m nirc.i io Ihe old wotW." The- fnvitadon to P.orah w by hLs lecer.I Interview United ix ;lven declj would be utterly usel .of ca'actJlinR rEi debts id the (Jnit.eil lonx a A riieniber houty of Commons, writing to -AnieriOan. friend itriting that Borah Induced trip through Kng- cerinlti continental countrlrn Borah's view p-isht _ to "be TO'-isrit to tlie Biiroiican prople in no irtcertaln ecretarj- anil official spokesman o! '-e declared. "There h no truth in the rsport hat tall for the coum-il of crtarr- Ijecn issued. Xo call hu been eent from this office. "Jewell could, not effect a settlt- meat alocc ar.d 1 know nothing nt any peace, move.." A. 0. Wharton. labor mtmfaer of he railroad labor iv-f-.o has been allied with Jeweil la effortt, also discounted tlit parts: "I-think-1 would be likely to hear of iny genera! iJcace mov-. 1 htvo I'v.ich" he stated. Waslitnlgon; Sept. la- bor expects to quash or force modi- fication of the Daugherty iajunctlop. t expert? of labor, preparing t? -Attorney General Daugherty's irrjurrt thai ihc injunction be ntada permanent., believe they have an of having the perm- meal tnjuriciion refused unless fovtrnmenl modifies ;t. Samuel Gompera alfo beiltves labt-r vill succeed In beat ins the irjunctiof. Thi5 belief predicated in rum upon erty. Within the past ttw Loth sources have made it clear ,hat the government did Lo all the restrictive clansfs ol ihe injunction. ARBtJCILE ABANDONS ROUND TBEWORU) TRIP STEEL BEAM INOCRS Toklo. 6: Iloacoe (Kaity) Arb'ickte. has rerorered from the in- lection la his fnr.d which can ml hi; (o yo lo a i'okohama-TKviiUal on ar- rival from the United Slates Satur- 1 a totir of the Orient and an around The 
                            

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