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Republican And Times, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1922, Cedar Rapids, Iowa THE REPUBLICAN AND TIMES VOL. 53 United Preu Leased Wire Report CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1922 City Edition NO. 175 HARDING VETOES SOLDIERS' BONUS BILL ENTOMBED MINERS FOUGHT VALIANTLY TO STAVE OFF ALMOST CERTAIN DEATH Brected Bulkhead but Poisonous Gases Brought Vil- lage Stunned by. Tragedy. PLAN IHPROVErirS OM DEVEPJRJO GRANDE cy er, 13. Improve- -B will be ie De-ruer nr.d Jlio Grand-: -Railway It ihe b-jJett pre- by Receiver Jos. JI. In cotiri approved. Hearings on the budget, onu of ihu C'orjHiraiion. will be held today. The expenditures rrc made on road bed. new round houses and equip- No Means For Paying Is Reason Jackion. Calif., ScpL Jack-, son'i heart loday tilled with pride j for her 17 brave' sons. Her men life. i They almost Im-j iwenriWe. They, fousht cooly. Intelli- gently all together and they failed through jio faultvof-their own. That'Is what the mute 'evidence In tflLa.- .When broke out'in the Ar- Koniut at- more than three week's aso. the 47 nun .were ed in tbe- differfni drifu. (liey majiayeJ 19 Kn to- o n es vv ii o diECovertd drat notified' their fellov.-- er'e and they planned i from a iu.- these ould i. Tiernan Bares Soul In Court; Charges Poulin Father of Child Story of Love For Harry in Church Cauted Her lo Confeu Downfall to Husband. chamber tlon 'of 11 Hcnd, Irul.. Stnt. i-owdcd Into the liny todaj- for Ihe resumn- iQ'ny In Ihe I'oulin-Tfer- r.an paternity syll. Mrs, wilt fit John Tiernnn. Notre Dame'rrofesjor. er worj of her conquest by H I'uulJri. who she ses is the father They ____ because they k: -be water -'.They chose one level wherr ihd tfca.nce for.life wouM be best. II not an easy thing to gel J7 men. des-l "Ie C'IKC "fened ami Mis. Tier nan 1 They newr came. porale with a [Broaching death to-1 toll] hrr "were -Then he spurned me ore day i miracle almost'lh.il Ca11ed qijLu lhwo whw tailed church and r roM John." of Exhibit a healthy lunged nine months old lioy. Mobs foil slit for a In the council chambers 'Then one Sunday he took me. ils sioci and rj-.ade love 10 me, "loiter when J him I was about to become u mother he would stick to me. lie made promise ihai f would foroso my wife- ly duties io my husband. I dlil. "There was never a.do-jljt as to ihp child belonged lo. firft learned (hat I condition he Iral aid but I rofu'ed. "He 1'ioinlstd tosend of when the In d n bib' boa Laby ham together 1 .l l I they 'stuck togtlher. louEhi for the common nil I Tternrin- In ttr cmirt adjourned nml The first (he men n suit o-jtj 10 her home, was an eicelltnt niece of workman-.Iier Inc shlj'. miners say... it wa.i or ta "10- ot ltal iwrtnlly indifierem und clay. Working undei difficulties, in men.xvereV'able to do u und do it .if OHIOANS WILL VOTE Off LIGHT WINES AND BEER Coiumbus. Ohio, today were authorized by sn- legalizinj? ihe light nine anrl beer. The decl5lr.il climaxed between win :irul diy in Oh: which li-iO.OOl voters pe- tiitoned Slate Smith and manufacture o In.-.- Cannot Muster Strength In pW ihe llshl wine amend- Rpnata to PaSS Measure on the November bailois. Over Veto BRITISH DETERMINED TO FIGHT LONE GAME AGAINST TURK INVASION ATTEMPT Franca and Italy Will Not Aid if War Comes Dominions Will Help Kemal Sure of Conquest. Grand Juries of Two Counties Study Murder of Minister, Woman BULLETIN Washington, Sept. j ,-csidwit Harding-today vc- Expected AnrwU Are Not Baffles Detectives toed the soldier bonus hill. He sent the back to congress with a message lie could it because it provided no means for paying the more iliaii involved. Neither the Tior the tax juiycra' fcin bonus burden at I his time, Mr. Hurding said. Mr. white he vr: In accord "with the avowni purpo of ihe liill to rive of a fjmiJtudc to' there who served he ion In Us i p'Jlucr I of the bin. PouEin rat. an-! "in tlic orld the- provi: for what Is Ait ion consre-y, provide the r best u mi I Js Bodies Scarred by Acuis. Now Uruns' Mrs. Jame ck, X. J.. Kepi, ;.murder of Her. Kdivard lalre rector, and his sexton's wife. early l how ihc-y each other. foulin stood in Hie rc.ir of thij ooin and only once any >.l thut tiriR cert.il ILr.t; obligations "lo ot its U-funden: who hiado real At the Arttoaaul J; Cal.." Bept. jiiour:
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