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   Oelwein Daily Register (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Oelwein, Iowa                             VOL 208 Wire Reports of TODAYS Important Ewnti of the World OELWEIN FAYETTE COUNTY IOWA FRIDAY MABCH 2G 1920 50 CENTS PER MONTR YIELDS TO SOCIALISTSCABINET RESIGNS CONTINUED SUCCESS OF EFFORT II fa RESTORE ORDER IN GERMANY IN AGREEMENT WITH MAJORITY OF INSURRECTIONARY GROUPS BORAH CLAIMS WOOD FORCES ARE USING COIN Cabinet tf Gustat Bauer Formed Yesterday Resigned Today by the AdVice of Socialists Between 2000 and 3000 Are KiUed and As Many More Wounded in Berlin V Press Bv Caii March advices here todayIndicated continued success of efforts to re stom order in Germany They affirmed earlier reports government lias come to an agreement with at least a majority of the insurrectionary workman groups Reports indicated thatthe workmen groups had published ati alarm call demanding that the government fulfill its Jlans in disarming the Baltic troops Otherwise the state ment said a new group may he expected 2iOOO to 3000 Killed in Berlin Reliableiestjmates today number the total dead in dis orders since March 16 the day Von Kapp established his gpvermeut in Berlin at from 2000 to 3000 anda similar number wounded Public wrath is directed against Lu dendoiif It nowbelieved that he advocated the Von Kappgpvernment A survey of the situation showed that the disorders resulted in great damage throughout Ger many Traffic was tied up and coal mines neglected The financial cost cap be estimated only in millions of marks potash contracts have been delayed for weeks fibinft of Gustav Bauer Quits Berlin March 26The cabinet of Bauer formed yesterday resigned today The socialists advised Presi a new HARPHANDED STROP TALK EVE SUSPECTS HELD IN THE SOUTH GIRL MURDER CASE To Control the ariojial j The Coarentwu Asks Senate to in veltifate Says WHsoh Will Run By United Press MTarcn Arguing that the managers of the Leonard Wood campaign have set out to con trol the Republican national conven tion through the use of money Sen ator Borah today instructed the senate to make an instigation Meeting in M i Clirilian Church In Dfitfiiil Pews People will do anything for a few luxuries said A K Harper of 1ha Fairfleld Business Mens Gospel Team at the Methodist church last night of Farmers are Watching to Seize Four of vWhom Are By United Press Steubenville Ohio March suspect in the slaying of South 11 years old near Adena late yesterday were being hurriedto this DADDYMN fAIRYTAL 6y Mary Graham tanner THE FAIRIES BALL I havent told you a story about Hie fairies for ever and ever so Ions said Daddy one KIDNAPPED COY IS FOUND IN A HOTEL ROOM olution for such an inoAuiry Borah j declared both republican and demoj crat candidates were spending money freelj although not illegally He ad vocateda bill to limit the expendi ture of money to in a free campaign Borah said that only an innocent would believe that President Wilson would not run for a third term and that If Woods persists in his tactics much longerWilson will be elected for a third term He said he would the democratic candidate in a few days ln MEMBERS WANT f RiS United Press v By L C MaiJin WasliingtQii March at tempted to start a movement to pre sent their own unless one of ttie old parties go on record as be ing irrevocably to the cove nant The men behind the movement have for several weeks been trying to get Wan E Borah to be named as their candidate I am not a candidate for the pres idency and will not be so long as Senator Jqhnsgri of California is in OF PEACE AMENDMENT TO BE PROPOSED TWO DROWN IN MISSISSIPPI They will toil and give up mnr neflity by circuitous routes today to avoid cessities just to have some luxurythat heavily armed posses of farmers and is not needed does them no good andlllliners who threatened to lynch the no satisfaction in the ead Peoj suspects Small childs body was toil and deprive themselves cf in two miles from and Rim her home iSmall bodies of farmers no real enjoyj and miners were watching all the Such things do not roads in the hope of intercepting the satisfy guards with the prisoners Four of the From his own experience Mr Hu1 suspects are negroes The chIds per told of the joy of working for j skull was crushed and hccolthing Christ His stories are always to tha j stripped from her body point and tersely told i of 500 Around Jail The Christian Church attended Adena Ohio March crowd of services in a body and were seated in i 500 persons gathered around the jaif the cenjer section of he church There i here today when it was learned that a were also a number from the high j suspect in the murder of Frances school there to help keep their reeorii South was held there It WMR learned Youve Been Grin ning Up There Phone Call Led to the Rescue of Little Son of Well Known Ken tucky Oil Man By United Press Lexington Ky March Lit tle the 12yearold son of E R kit tle well known oil man who was kidnapped in the federal building here was found in a room by his mother in the Phoenix hotel early today boy was unharmed himself a telephone call which led trbis cue The kidnappers escaped It was thought one of the men was going on high school night that the man was taken into custodj lyeokuk Iowa March James Ayreis arid Charles Off former world war veterans were drowned in the Mississippi river at Keokuk late yes terday whfen a canoe in which they were capsized during a severe wind Btorm No trace has found of j the tfodies or the canoe Scott the song service and the J shortly after midnight Mayor Stan quartet sang Shall I Hundel j ger immediately swore in 50 mm tr Be Young Kid McCoy led in assist the police and the deputies prayer i j The business meiis twelve minute service Friday morping was at Con nor Brothers and was well attended Tonight is tobe Railroad Mens Night and the services are being pan The men Reasons for Feeding Birds f By feedlngthe birds in cold went her one provides ammunition ngnlnst the mosqnifoes of June explains n mem her of the Ariimn Protective lecgue Tt seems that birds fperl their ned especially forj them mw uicu mm are to meet at fhe city hall and march 6h thus destroying to tbe church in a Todv led by tJiel Little n food Is available o i light of switchmans lantern natUrn j food Is available for birds in the win ter except iri the extreme South and MAYOR WARNED By United Press i Washington March livjes have completed tlie drafting of a peace amendment which they believe j will be constitutional and effectivee i r i iwt uj ii vi ei re n rhey are to ask an opinion on it in j Lord Mayor ofWatered received thR HOllSfl llfYt ttnnlr 1 I ici cfAcpiin me evueiue ouuni anil stores are all to close at seven oclock j even tiere Ie8s can be found by them that everyXody may attend and make i at this season thnn in the summer So R R Mens night a big success The when the table or pantry shelf is Baptists willnot attend in a body to cleared of eruriibs if the contents of night as was planned as arcaj the crumb tray are scattered outdoors number ill and unable to get FRIDAY XlftHlVtrARCH 26 WILL BE RAILROAD MKXS IflGHT AT Mi E CHURCH By United Press Waterford Ireland All Stores Will Close at 7 OViock Friday night will bo railriw mans night at the union meeting at M E Church All stores will close at 7 all railwav men who can will instead of Wn I garbage can the birds will he thankful and will show their gratitude y saving the foodgiver many a mosquito bite next summer Mosquitoes are only the many excellent reasons why birds should be fed during the winter The others arp all the other insects which hnmper fhe production of the garden ami all pleasures of song aud plumage St Joseph Gazette didnt want to hear that one and who didnt know just what they did want Im n lucky Daddy This story tonight then is to be about fairies and the ball they pave been grinning up there lately said the Queen of the Fairies as she looked at Mr Moou wont you please tell me why I will tell you and tell you gladly snid Mr Moon Mr Moon is going to tell us why he has been grinning said the Fairies and they all came flying from here and there and gathered in a beautiful circle in the woods The children have all gone to bed wJth smiles on their faces said Mr Moon and the more I see children smiling the more I grin Usually children are smiling and pi usually riii grinning But thereare times when children scowl or when grownups are cross and impatient that I dont feel like grinning evening T hats so said Nancy you havent And I am sure Nick wouldnt mind hearing about the fairies instead of the an imals for an eve ning eh asked Daddy Im easily suit ed said Nick 1 like all stories Well said Daddy I da have the most delight ful t i m e Just suppose I had two children who A Package containing was left down one elevator as the mother aud a number of friends camp up another Representative Porter of Pennsyl vania Chairman of tlie foreign affairs committee said lie expects an inter i meet at Temple hall at to march letter warnihP M cu a i meet at Temple hall at ieuei warning mm to prepare for i T j death ei u m a body to the church death A similar warning was con tainarl o tamed in a letter received by MiacCur RATTRnAn A JXA1LKUA1J icuii Bbrah has refused view on the resolution Saturday or assinated rffrfate t ll A tllna D i I ta nof Cork t h fn V running for the Representative Kitchen be GRAMMAR SCHOOL PROGRAM WAS A SUCCESS DUBUQUE STREET CARS MUST RUN Major Stttil Notifies he Electric Co KIN The in TwcHtrFoHr Hours lieved the majority of the House dem ocrats will adopt peacs resolution not affecting the statuscode of the treaty situation SUFFRAGISTS GET FIRST BLOOD M L 3TET EYE The students of tlie grammar school gave a program in thehigh school was spent indancing and other Girls Garden by the social ways At a latehqur the host Sea ess served a deicious three course Folk DanceTairv Frolic luncheon at actable prettily decorated Piano SoloRuth Borland Tir 7 yellov and black Room Onlv dab dectareu oneof the best Girls ChorusThe Spring Is Com Japan Taking Western Sports Japan is offering somewhat of a maVket for American sporting goods at the present Since the end of the there has been an Increased in terest in sports and it may be said of Japan that western games played there are essentially scholastic In na ture baseball being tlieuiost popu lar with tennis second The latter1 named spcrt has now found favor outside of student circles and tennis courts are scattered here and there throughout tiie larger cities they have ever had They adj ing In Hie Jteluwnto Legislature by BlockJourued tomeet in four weeks at their I Folk ing tlie Efforts of Antis to Vote Today Dutch Girls FIRE FRIDAY AFTERNOOX A pot of tar boiled over in the al ley back of Arnold Lucas store this afternoon which aroused a little excitement The lire department ex tinguished the blaze and no damags Dubuque March James Saul has been Instructed to notify the i dy United Press Dubuque Electric company to effect j Dover Delaware Jlarcn asettleiheni with their employes andgists gained the first victory today in to proceed to operate the street carsthe fight for hc nuonal suffrage within 24 hours from the receipt of j amendment when they blocked all ef notiue Failure on the part of thefort of the antisuffrage members to Electric company to ifolhiw out the j vote on the amendment today If the instructions of the mayor will mean j votewould have been taken today the that the matter will be dragged into suffragists vhat the amendment the courts and a possibility that the j would have been defeated company will go into the hands ofj receiver Alderman Kendall Burch offered the resolution of defiance to the Du butftfe Electric company His action marks the first decisive step taken to bring the street car tieup to an end since the walkout at midnight March 1 The resolution was offered by Mr Burch and was unanimously adopted ty the council at a special meeting Thursday evening COAL COMMITTEE MEETS MONDAY By United Press New York March LG The general scale Committee of the bituminous ooal miners and the similar commit tee of operators will meei here Mon Farmei Morice SWEET we CAHT PLANT IN COR UK6 WAS PLANNING TT SAYS HERC Co OOTTA PIAMT POTATOES n AKO YARD IS FLAT But sometimes I dp try to grin just to keep them cheered upandto let them know I dont think their wor ries and their troubles are so awfully and i can look right down on the j hole of them too v Thnt helps quite often I find But lately ithas been easy to grin ThereA lias been such happiness such lUKhrerand such joy in the world of It has been easy to grin easy to easy tolaugh and chuckle nil to myself said the moon I say we give a jrreut ball tonight aid the Fairy Queen and scatter wish OK all over the earth to the children A Rood idea a brilliant idea our lovely Fairy Queen has bad a won drous idea they all shouted Well begin to dance right away said i he Fairy Queen Let the irclKstra cmiunence to plav Fairy Vlinli lead the music We are going to dance and to send wishes to the earth Ybnb commenced leadiuz iie orchestra and they played and danced and Mr Mi ion grinned more and more by the father in a garbage can in the heart of Lexington It was untouch ed and the parents ara now waiting for another communication from lha abductors The telephone rang early today The mother answered This is Paul 1 am in the Phoenix hotel he said The mother did not wait for any de tails With her other son Keller age 14 years she dashed out ot the house followed by her husband wfio hailed an automobile and rushed to the hotel Is my boy here she asked at the desk They hadnt seen him but inquiry from the hotel switchboard showed a telephone nwj sage had been sent from Room Sal j opened withoutvdifffculty and taa boy rushed into his mothers arms The boy said he had been held in room since he left the one of the A large p thfe unii he said he was locked bathroom t hotel roomhad liace by a man who registered under name of J P Cox CHICAGO MARKET LATE QUOTATIONS the Fairy Queen clapped her lianils It was n very gny honutiful scene tlmt niglit iu Fairyland under good old Mr Moon and they were so happv Sang this song Were so happy and giy We sing and we play We cant miss a chance To laugh and to dance But children asleep Please never to weep When youre wide awake Chicago Markei Special March 2G Estimate receipt today 28 tiO holdover market 10c te Me lower bulk oi sales ts top heavy weight me dium good and choice to 70 medium weight medium good and choice to light weight common medium good aud choice to light lights common medium good aud choict heavy smooth Uo sows rough S1250 to dium good and choice to Cattle Estimated receipts todar 7000 market slow to 25c lower beef stoers medium and heavy weight I choice and prime to SlaQO i medium and pnme to Please dont for our sake i So sang the fairies Then the Fairy common and medium S1000 to t Queen got in the fairies and wav ing her wand she cried Listen Fairies listen ev eryone Everyone 11 9 tened and they heard the trees singinjt and echo ing the song of the fairies I wish aid the Fairy Queen that this song po straight to the hearts of children and that they will laugh and be hap py and not pinat tention to the hor rid little center of all the I Listened In that may sometimes try n pot in the wny Then will the fairies lie bnppy for tiioy love rncli other suni they love you Mr Moon inn they love tlie chil dren of the enrtb md wish them nil wishes for evermore All happiness f nil eliildren sliimted the fiiirlei and Mr Muni said I inn peekinsr In of windows lli1 ciildrru ri light weight good and choice to common and medium to butcher common and medium good and choice j5o cows common medium good and choice to bulls bologna and beef to can ner steers 8600 to S775 veal calves medium good find choice S1673 to S1700 feeder steers eomiuon niedi um good ami ehoic to S1155 stockei steers common medium good j choice to storker iors and heifers common medium and choiee stocker calves com mon medium good and 00 to J1I1T qj Ejtiraatjd receipts todey 6500 IIIB CITY MAKKKr JKEPOSTS The price for tiie Oelwein raarhel IV us shown by the Oelwein Produce Co are ns follows Springs I72lc bens laIle rooRfers Ke ducks 20c gecsn 18e turkeys eggs 6c trenm tiT dressed ducks 2tkj geese 21c   

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