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   Cedar Rapids Republican And Times (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 Ihk-asd. SCJH. Xcvv 1 i- lanxr- ihr- riapiRT tr> ,1 (JuxLrr. -n .'ililbhlnn ai ut ilw Kahlilrx'i Art Icaiuc U-rr Kxlay rnvrr HaMpcr Trow ryri lo rt Iqiie. HIT Ijlffli Anil tJJrth nro In thn-t.1 r for Klrwt lu T VlRlit from UK- HIKM-; nf- Crriinon g.tnn Jrs. A Jam Kjm-ifrr. lo kill was fonjid he- 1 a gns uutc nitii a rubber In Jit-r Concentrates Fleet French Brought Into President's Wife is Gaining Slowly but to Send Measure to Senate J.ondon. W.ir Up For in Oppositon From Union Hen on "Die Hard" Reids j.i the prirc. iixlay. N'ahy Turklsli.. ileleR.itf In n s-latti 1 1 er.l nnnoundng _ hat Turkey vro'rt rtemanrl ol Jonstantlnople. Allied hlch noilficd Iu3tapha K'en-.al that Invasion of the nni In ople- neutral zone u-nuM no: x- pertiiiuetl. The victorious army of KemaUel5. latins t-rushcil the Oreefcs. :a 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 Diuglierty Cue Will Be Held Soon now virtually out ut danger, an-le.--s an unexpected relapse occurs. Dr. f. K. Sawyer announced today. Washington. Kept. The Tltc jsnuinrst tlilnj- Jn Mnt-l is HIT cv .tuli. Coaw an- iwuito ILirx> ;uul arr hip Sept, The Fftrd-ey-McCu inter tariff cle -ii XIIc ally as the "tariff nri of 1922" i-tturned to-lay to ihe house (rom onferenee. After tn-o. year-) !u the unking, the HI In Hnal Conn lalJ before the oiver chamber, which will consider It oniorrou-. leaders hope, it can tfnt 10 the on Thursday anJ to he white house- for signntuie shortly fteiu-irJ. Tlie Is in as tie hlshe.it tnriff ever imposed an corgrfi'. C'onferee-t. hoa--ver. srlj-ihcd the High nues In die svnate lilH. ForeigTi valuation was accepted br confertts a-? the luFis for dderminin raiea c.-xcenl in in'tances. A i-i tlif tnrlff clause E [jrv.-ddent autliorlty to change from foreign to American -aluation, if foreign valuation docs HO! jUMly iliffrrentljte bfUvrrn co-'t ot in ami abroad. JlciuKYt Djo dye enib.nrRo. .-trieken out by both the house nnd .-senate, w.is for one j-ear, with rtuihority o thp pre-.'ldent lo continue it Conferees also elitninntcj the "free Inxtle zones" Into which materials co'.lld be h nought. sr-d out vi-ithoul -paying JuiLeN. Oil anil [ia1nt reduced ten to twenty percent. "Intermediated1 in the dye ychediite vcirc cut from -7 S percent ad and a ponrd in Hie ser.ale lJUf ad valorem and seven cents n. pound. Coal tar products were Jowercd from .th.e.. rate of 9T 'pcrcen 10 cents to pprcen't aiwl pounJ. Wool Rale Cut Wool, in llif or v.as cut from the utaite raie'of 3S cer.ts n pound in 3] iix' eenjp than the house figure of 25-crnts a ponr.d. Scoured wool ISMH given 1 ic -amo rule." wool importej ryn ihe skin was placed .at 30 cent; a pound Instead of 32. mnnajwrs scored another victory in the cotton Ions staple COltnn-Iw-inE placr-il on Ihft free It stvt-n ccnis a pound in. the senate bill. On cotton man'j fact Lire were alMiut half way between (he -erate and house Cuhnu Kupar -Duty on mn a ti on .of'Cul-an an-car w.-is 'slashed to tl-75   which har not restricted export at oa TKc rMe on Itimbe tv-ii 15 ivtrcem ad vatorem. Vcw clianges were made co. ihe basic duties thon in Ihe senate, a poun oa unMcmmed tobacco. 12.7 stemmed. 35 a pouml (in un stemtTied filter tobacco .ind cent on stemn-.CAl, and rcrap 3Sc .1 pouct Conference rtuttes on Jm ports n farm products were: Meat. percent ad frea milk ctnlK a; gallon: cheese-cents n pound. S cents 2 dozen barley 20 cents -corn 1 cfnt-i a tushel; oata crat.i a nun dred centi K Jft a b-.ishd; Eree.i, ripe, dried or in ific brinfl, of one percent a' pound. Otberwlr prepared }g ptrceni tid valorem: C( dried or in the brifie pound, '5 cents a pound fresh or dried 1 cent a poun olhtrwixe prepareJ or preserved 3 percent ad valorem- lemons and o In natural state 1 cent pour.d: almomls. not rhelled, -I eenla pound; shelled 11 pound. viReLible? in their catu al and not othervise provide for, 15 jvrtenl ad valorem. Only rntiior changes were made the wines nml beverages rtule. The hemp jule sch Ldulea were nniy "llKhtty altered fro 1 the original senate bill. r-JKt'atly manufACIurrd silk w n given a di-tj of 25 ptr rent art cm. thrown sifh per 'real ad c lorem. while the- woven silt fabriot the piece 55 cent ralore r reUUatory ctaue vit Rrlt.iLn, '.iccordins to vc-n out here today. iur CJitlre MeilJtc-nant-an Heel Ln S'e.ir wat e rs. pi rf for any eventuality. It is understood Krwr.ch and Itullan ships are enrouie. Uoyil Ocorge is gLven trodit fcr inns in; Hie Krcnch inti nil pcr-M! (l-jii 10 Hie other n nn unhroVen from 10 lid MoFlpiiis. Eleritofore have favored ilia Turks. Al ieil troops in are ruardinK the foreign quarter, aecord1-ne to dispatches receive.! here today o prevent recurrence uf l ic re yesterday tn which Turks the shops ot Christians. Several persons were reported killed. A move ncjinst Constantinople in rht knve the harfclnsof Ihe tvorltl nnil into a holy war, Tkf ciiy nf Uialhl. India. Ls undcriitoixJ to have cabled .Mustapha Kemal him on hit uattit acainst Briltsh government En Indfa. I'aleatir.e and other territorEe? proh.ibly wouhl tc with thp on The allied troops in Smyrna and (.ror.stantinople nre few. compared to Hie Turks. Several of blue-jackcts and rr.arine.' are on duty at Krny r nrx n r.-1 t h f all Eeil ffa rrlfl rw at Constantinople would hive tn Iw reinforced heavily in even of actual war. Const.intinonle.wfls tnken from the Turfis and neutrallied alter the world war. Since then it has been by u snwll repcMenllnp all with the predominAiit. The- Sultan Mi'LitTuiitwil j'tii .TeVnain" IHore." wltli'hls suar'd. Saltaii. fcelrp under the eye 01 ,the allies in Constantinople, 'haa hail r.n hand In this hailed the Maine election us "an endoreerr-cni tht epub'.ican adminiMraiion" in Wash-liEton today. John T. Adanrj, chairman of thr eiJ-Jbllcan r.atlonal comniltiee. the polled by re-puhlltan candidates in this primary "exceptional" anil howed that "the Maine electorate is ully aware of the meea in which the .Lemaciattc1 party left public LEGION AUXIUARY MEETS AT VINTON tile plan for lie s rlklnr-railroad r hop nun and in-lividual lines by the policy Qf the shop era Its was forecast this idernobn by Bert M. JewHI. president of: the oreiniutlon. Umerpnf from a meeting a debate was being carried on iy the committee over the posal submitted by Jewell, the union, [.-resident said 'a statement .could bo ejcpected about C n, m. on the action Df the believe my. recommendation a-lll ;e LcccpTed.1: Jewell said. "nlthougTi Ii. s too early to 51 v for cenain "In it is the men will back at work oil many lines within five days." At the f.ime lime reports from other sources were that Jewell had moi itrenuons opposition from -innie m-m-liers ot the committee. Even if polhy committee should act favorably, on the separate peaca plan, accenting lt> these strike would r.ot be seilled on more than a dozen roadr. Washlreton. Bepi. A formal hear probably open" to the presa ar.d uuWlr. will be held "jooa" In proceedinpt- started ajainat Atiorr.ey -General Uausfhertr l.v Representative Keller, illnne.strt.. chairmiin VoLaead of .the house judiciary coinir.ktee today. Volieteatl he would Keller, find out wh.it fongiev.tmiti'haic 10" submit. In. sup-., port (4 hl.i chsrse niralr.st Diujjherty ar.rt then the iu'dteiary committee to set a datr tor a hearing. Keller announced he would prm for an early hr.iring. "I evidence to hack up jny charges ar.d. I 'hope! enouch to convince the committee that should renioved from oftics." he declared. nf the crave of Mrs. Harding iverns to have pajwd. the MX attend-' inc reported al n. m. r today in ar, ofilcla! bulletin. I. Thp.lnilk-tm read: VJIra. Harding torhlition at eight a. m. SS.S. pi ration 32. part o( nlirht Uil-tcr 'comfortable. (Teneral PL: run re improve 3, Knl.-irseinent duc'lv thy dec rearing. fiuorahle. Crisis teems to have passed. K'jrplml procedure deemed unnecessary for ths prewnl. -C. E. Sawyer." k. The bulletin Mr.-. Harding morriin; had near normal tern-. WAR DEBT TO UNITED STATES SHOULD BE Annual Convention FiftU District of Iowa states in United icld prinvary flections today whh fair vote- llasaachuie'lf s, 'Siinafor Ilency CalMt'' bodge, veferin statesman.' was up for the republican 'nomination for Ihe State.i ser.ile. The i JS 1 t-an and d e >nrlies Ln Colorado wero selecting their respective candidateJ for the enTernnrAiiip and various other slate officers. In Ixv-Jklana, the d ern DC rats were to nominate a conuresair.an. A fhiup conte.it between fif-orie IV. P. Hunt and Charlea R, Ward for democratic nonir.ktlon tor governor .was the center or intercut in the Ar Edna, primary. In -Vermont .only 'tepublfcan" prim-arfeV were held, the Vtefn'oerala hav-r.s held' their earlier. -A governor. United. States senntor" nnd ,two -congressmen were ti> elected, The fight (or 'the republican nomination for United Slates senator featured the prEniarres, the Isi-je." Pj-JiiurEes were held over long Distance Vir.ton, Sept. The rtrpt annua of thp' Fitth District legion AuxiJlary. acnarttr.fni o( rdwa. meeting hire today in the- Fits! 3apti5t church. to tw a hi Kf froia every standpoint. The was oppjinl this mornlncr in the church, which M decorated for the occasion, hj- iira. A. of Cedar Rapi d ho Is a ct inp exec'J chairwoman in tbe absence of ilrs. F. It. Coiiaway. executive chairwoman Of 'the Fifth district, nho is vis-ting in the we.it. Every county is reprer enteJ raeh hai sent its chainvoman or delesfttes. After tha usual call to order nml readins of the preamble fe the con-strtutfoa the org lm tioj] was officially welcomed Tiy XI. J. ToWn. who U president ot the Vinton unit Mrs. Donald McCrae. department prwiilent of Council Rluff-. to" Tobin's remarks. Ctorse X. Urice. mnyar of Vinton. nlso pave an In which he presented Qr.iTanlratibri.-i with ihe If'irx of city nnd lhaf they feel perfectly, al home and tike advantage oT the freedom granted them to the city. Jlr.-i. W. H. of Cedar. Itanfil-m ttee- on ir.tt lErs. F. G. Rieman. also of that city wasVippoint-fd on the finance committee. A question box, [ed by M. Merlon SkiHey. Mate secretary anil executive Of the nureii't at proved ver'j- popiitir. for Ekllley was with quc.'tiony of every nature. The jtrheilulc- of prccedute for 1 afterr.oon waj of saoxl A talk by the hew commander; Major C. B. Ronljin-. was one of tJie lights of the nfternonn. -Major Rnh-m ns ursei! e.nt-ii to grtaler effort nnd si i ted Hint the ow-.-v :iuxil la ry til u ft Irf made the of-all similnr Mrs. Dona M MiCrae tbe American Legion Antiltsry nnd its work, taking as her'sloran "A ICO cent auxillarr for the Lesion. with nil counties completely Mrs. M.iC'rte urgreil th.it low.i so n.t 10 Neiv Orle.mF in October when the i- at Eon.nl convention Js-heM at that city, and askeu that every county Ije prcpar-inr with tint eml in -vietv. evening the posf. neorpe G. T-iickey POM. American ami Attxlllari-. will bf hon ami to the nnd at the Country ettib. Thia 10 br one- of event> of tin; Counties, their r-jpreFenntiveV. nnJ the cities they nre from, arc n." Id IOIVF: Linn. W. A. Oilman. O dar Itralon. Mrs. D. C {Knapp. Vinloa; Cedar. I'.in Sjmlwrp. Jor.cy. C. J Cash. AnaniOPa: Tama. JTrs. IX J Hylanri. Traer; XI rs. C Here; MarsfcnJItown: Oninriy. Fern Shaffer. Crundy Cer.lrr; 1{ i-f Vir.lon a.-lcil rt? chap at each of (he here for th convention urc lira. nonaTd of Council Skrllej state secrdary. ami f. H. Me CJunc of Tijrton. who Is state chip Hamilton Home from European Trip Talks About Conditions nn (ian of iht- wjr debt to ihc L'niieil >hou1cl Cancflleil i? ttic rracijtrd t.y J. Iliinijtlon of ihc Men-h.iiits tMiik. -n-liu rrinnioJ Monday a clu-e Kudy of Lind iiiilirMLin] In Kuroiw. -If vi-fc walvtd wns- Of Great Rr Iain's debt to ho in un fnlcrvieiv --.irwl the Hriti-h in turn waived n like uinouut Krance 10 It rim hi, anJ France would make an equivalent re-durtlwn.in Ihc Uennaii ratio n-s. ihe reauli ivoulj :unount to lilt-- Tnitcil States tn-arins fierjuany'n jn-t war (iIilJR.nlloiw and 1 ilo.i'[ bflit-ve I lit rilizeiK of thi> nrc in favor of .Mich a. sHuailon." 1 M r.a Is. nble 10 her rteln. arcordiny to Mr. llaniilion. -1 foiinil in Knptand have over .a- year. anitt 1 niiich Activity ir> textile EIr.cs esiiectiily.i- he- Muted. no. finest ion', dm ih.ni (Jreat solvt-nt acil r.m pay her tb-'i hw .country." "IVhy ild yosi noi loyally ncknoal-cdsc .nhtl your obilgationa. nitwid'ot ivhlnlriy Ihnt WP ;ire teet-nx to rciLuce you tu1 ir< the niie.nlbn' 'ajkcd neirii.my by tin-Krcnch acconlinfi to "Ji it nupsdoir whitfi will find Inn! lo riiwiror." lie v'OJitlnueJ. "Alter the war of 1S70, Impoverishefl Krai tier" 1-nid one billion to (ic-rnuiny In Iwo j-e..irs. After tlie srr.it war. wlili ii on nearly iluuhle of Franco, has paid to the aMirs in ali a total of J.'iiO.flii'J.OEO In n' .sp.-Lce of Ihrtc- nnj .1 half The Wench rnaintrVln th.it ihr r3erm.in5 dplilior-JttMy tlielr by printing money at a furious rate mil thjs uio that thp (uU effect of the fall in the murk tuin 5till to be fell -hy Ceruinny. nm Other dfhtw, jiarllcuinrly of i minified raw h.ivi< Mill to tie etl to (he gTMlly depreciated vnlue of the nvirk. arc made tt will a corre.-tpond-inRly IncrcaJCd numlK-r of inarls tn [jnance the rame nt nnj that more 1 lie manufacture oC mote Carman money .TIM] more- lianl; credit. 1C fterman iniTc is to [vc rualnlntned how the inflation evil sum the other band, it is to see how the money nianiifj during ninrhinp JK- an (Dually serious crisis and in beyond Stocks of raw materials and Rood." carried by German at inClnter value.' in niark.i would e-olfjpie." Slioulil yycli ;i volJap-e. come, h would nh'o tend lo lower the value of the franc, according to J1r. HamUlOTi- It is claimed tij the French, however, that (Tcrmanj nn'dlffjciiily In 511 ffi-c ent goM with whJehi tn for ejt-trcmely imrchasp.s of rommo ililci like glycerine and wool. Although none nf the Cum.inetAn counirlesi apparently have nny.lovc for I.loyJ GeorRf. this will rot rame aaj ropsrnllon ImlwccTi acrl ilr. llaniillnn slatcil. A wafntnp jiRnln't antl-Kreach iiropn franJa now to .clrciilntirn lr America wax by ilr. 1 lam Lion [s the ulncc tor youn men-with ambition." Sir. 1 ccnchrdcd. cour.tric li trHYa nee, Rvitzcrlan.l and Italy ar t Licking countries art tot pn? of nalura] resources and ther arc loo many people- for the numbe a of Jofcs available. in fact, ihls situ e atlon now nrrii-ed in KnplanJ the KnEli'hinan IK frank In   cellcte '.fl hpKas'the Oay vvcnt'up anil she con-t tiniied In .improve, thry virtual v thc'tde.a iff Lf--tauw they believed that .would no longer In aiiy. event Itic opetat'on'.-Tvad definitely 'ile reriredi Ibr th'j If H-phojlil 'irttcime niCMsarj-, it 1t vns iqdicn'lrd, that the Piitlem ;jintd so (fin could, en nlHiout danger. r jt. .Dr. -C KM- Ha j-o. t fa m .IBS rihestcr. ,Mlnn; who hurried to. Wufhlngtoa- might he the mtans ypf -wire-Mrs, Hardinj, pcohabty will return tS'hli home loiay. If, an eralfon'h'as to jrme'd. Dr. John KinriiV.VoI johii" Hopfcini, probably win perfiXTn. It. a rrsuEt'bf kisenbr ol thp preildent Hardtnj last nlifht retired 'at >rrs. Hard n's at UDIB "was and told.thc ?hf --is sleep. i WINS: Ahr.osl compk-te relurai 'from yesterday's on ow t d today t hat Kc'nAt or Frectertck" Kale hid been efec'tVd over ;hii democratic, ojiponent. Oakley C. Ctirt-f, by at least 2C.009 vote.7. rercival. P. 'Baxier won over William R. rattar.sall. aenio-crat. by more 'than 23.000.-rieiurni from 5SC out of SJ5 Hale Curtis 73-JiS. Baxter with was loading PatlnnsaH liy whicn slioiceij that Halter's majgrhy is steadily incrpasirs- Dora 1'. rinkhaiti. was elpcied to hon-e of th? Mate It will lie the fir-! time a. woman has ever hrlil nn office in IN TALK AT GYRO Members About in over ihc Injunction launched The federal government attetnpleM (o prove the existence of nation-wldt 10 Lhc railroads of the- eotmlrr. lilorHred mnvo of th-i first ckirmlsh over the, .Tttrr-ney? for the the Ir. !li> mc-.iiiime 1hc rivhrninAry rfPtrnp.il- VirJer toitioiiul for ten diva a full present niisn of th- c.iso. The sovfrnm'ent iconrt heavily on three iKiSnl; in the early stair-? of !he battle. 1 The court continue! th? operating ilnif nf the wrile. Tii- court refused, at TeaJt lefn-] porarily. to tli'e inj-jnction. The coiirl a.lrnllted. under a of evidence consist of telr-sranis. ttllers and reports jrlt-ia-lirK Iriciilenti of violence, kill-EiiKs. l.urnlnR.'. etc.. in connection with ihe mi-ie! tht injunction, b.idle cor.tir.ueil j in federal court, ninety memhtjrs of the   members n frank addrefi on conditions in Kurone. Father Caniptr- 1 has recently rcturncii from an exten'J-ed lour nf the countries anil he was in .1 position lo explain conditions anil a1ro contract them with what he raw there year and Kan- on his visits in ami IKI. During the course ot hls- remarks to the club Father Campbell mentioned that vtillfr abroad he hiii talked uith foreign representatives treat indujtrieA such as the Harvester company.. TKe rep-toM that -American be ir-ade in- .anil shipped to this in spite of tariffs because Libor conditions n-.akc manufacEurine'niuch cheaper abroad. Father al'O mentioned th.Tt the people of were they made borause they find tKal there Is no ure-to save because of tlio unstable cor.ditlon of Oermin currency. The people are chansins Irom si' nation, of conservative people to a nation of sjx-r.rl thrifts, Helen ?t.ifjt w.is t ic 5 11 ot ihe club ncd pttaicd them with three voeat She accompanied by Miss Mary Realign. MHUfflT Fm LEAVING TA DCVITUI7 GUI 1U nEuUniu di U. IX.IjQUISMXA. -Neiv Orleans. Sept. itna voterji loiiay went to the pol i under thrcateninc to nomiaaie a concrejsman. public several Jiidfrei and nurr.er. OCR local officials, Indications were- thai, ihc would be light P. Rarl.ir.d Dupre. incymbent. K seektr-5 re -r.onii nation for congress from' the Second district. He Is on Posed by A. T. Iligginj. Sevan othtr had no in tie primaries were d petered by the local Uenver. Col.. Sept. U.-With we.ither reported nil over the rtat-a heavy vote was expected to In Colorado's primary elrction corRteu. Roverno and all stat- oflires were to b.i select cd on the republican and democratic ickels. The onlv 'fiKht was in Ihe democr.itrc ranfcs where the euboma torl.il contest was I-ciwecn the consirratEve eletnenbt There the aupporllnR Kre'd A. tiabin. iMnkcr. re prrpenting the a lives. jjiakins a hard rijrht against WlHian K. miliionnire. who Is le.iditi ihc tiheral wipjc of the backet I'j1 the former-labor vote. Sweet fcaa been charged by the or Sanlzatlon with being a JJeutenant Oovernor tirt Coolp and Tlcn Oriffuh. former Hate nt tcvrnej- general, arc the republica canrtldattf for the guTxrnatorEa nominal icn. Bolh are MYSmY SHOOTING OF OHW LOVERS Youth Dead, Sweetheart Near Death in Hospital caller. to   GloUbach. chnuffej'r o Umr, Marrarrt ot-frati. was in thi- limelight zgain to day. Mrs. Peter Naylnr Hannan secure ft H divorce- from her hu'tvmil on th 1 rou I hat con J uct n r.Lie comtng alleging specifically that h btd stainert undesirable noJoriel y ihrouth tisl flnhl with Glolzlm r 1n which nkilxUi'h wai ilcc-dcAly th winner. The aUcccil fijht oocurrcti nt (h home of F.otiic- fratiei. Mr Hannan charged. Frailes w r.nmcd is the "ottifr woman" tn for divorce which Mmt-. Matir aurr InstLlnteA Glotrlwrh. GIoizKirh Continue' drive car" at Delmonte. Bend. Imi.. Sept. SFrs Aupn'ta Tiernan mnM fizht L: Q-J r alone witn the m-in she allcccs ti th father c-f her nir.c-mpn'.hx bAby ProC. J- S. Ticman today withdrew the ard he give wif T.i1 cio withdrawal of thirtj- spikes was r for the derailment of train r.car fiarj'- Ind.. resulting n 1' death o[ two per-nns on AupuM P. EorlaaiJ. cnief of the bureau of Ihe Interstate CONFESSES KtlUNG HIS TWO BAU6HTEB Cftj. Mo.. Sept, Tnn today that he hT< in'n thren- their is, in the rivtr hicT? trjnai. unnounced t CAPTAIN TCILLEO IN DBBREtLA PLANT 
                            

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