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Sioux City Journal, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1923, Sioux City, Iowa imix Cttii REVEALS HIS ATTITUDE ON I MANY POINTS WEDNESDAY AUGUST TWELVE PAGES THE WEATHER Yesterdays 8 2 9 3 10 4 11 Fi 12 6 1 7 menl allows with by Coolidge Conference His Itnhrrt Smith lo Th iflt Coolldgcs attitude on neatly all bo importnnl questions confronting Government was revealed at thn today after the cabinet he has contented him Self with the general statement that IllH policies would ho as those of President Thin was rollerated but pporlfloatirjns were Outline of Jlls Boiled run be stued that tho president holds these views on the following subjects International policy The admlnls trallon ready to cooperate with Kurope In working out a solu tloii of the reparations if It can do so without involving the United hut It has no concrete proposal In nuike at this The profidem Rijul the secretary of fire sympathetically studying numerous suggestions for legislation to the Mexico The signing of this agree ment paving the way for recognition of the existing Mexican government may he expected at any Foreign debts Tho administration will proceed with tin efforts to col loct all the obligations owed by for eign governments to tho United Anthracite coal Xcgollai lions are already under way io bring a settlement of tho coal but plans already havu been mudn to assure an udequato supplyof substi tutes for anthracite in tho event of a Immigration Favors policy of ad mitting only tho better class of immigrants and will study plans sub mitted by Secretary of Labor Extra session of congress Seea no need for an extra but would not hesitate to call one It be comes Economy and The deter mination of the administration to en force strictest economy cannot be stated too strongly and thu budget system will be scrupulously Muuy Questions The holding its first meet Ing since President Coollage took I discussed rang 1 The maximum temperature day was SS degrees JIIH the minimum temperature was M The sun rises today ut and will set at but dldAUot tikV international The presl Is keeping in touch with de Inforeign affairs in con wilh Secretary of State and he sees no reason for ig in any material respe6t prom the course outlined by Secretary when he stated the attitude 0f the Harding administration on the reparations controversy in New Haven members of the cxcepl of the Treasury is now hurrying back from attended tho meeting of Labor Davis ariived tho morning afler a rapid buck from II was ted on Ihe highest aulhorlly y member ot the cabinet has agreed to remain in office thai the president expects to follow president has no Intention of away to spend any part ot the Tder of the Ho is king no speech He illeves that the requirements of the will keep him constantly the He must famllarlze with the multitude ot ad Istratlve details and tho officials i whom he must confer fiom time time can be seen much more in Washington than where il was pointed he ease and understanding with tho new president liimself to the difficult tusus of position is surprising eablnet ibers mid other officials of the ihey different man since he slepped ithe The apparent jess which Was one ot his out ling characteristics luu given TIII J fnir and TlmrH cooler Nebraska Cloudy to partly cloudy and somewhat cooler Wednesday Thursday generally South Dakota Iartly cooler in as Thursday cloudy port Ion an air uf confidence and His familiarity with the i of the government is amaz This is accounted for jby the fact that its vice preal by invitation of Presl In all the cauinot and on all sides there Is pfor the late president for mak lls WEST IS AGAIN SAYS ALLEN WHITE djewest is the rampage said of in a letter to on of the federal tariff corn which read L round table of the flute of poHicsat Wllllamo col nmentlng on agricultural condi and the election of Magnus as senator from fhlta our trouble the old we have had for forty Wehave to ship any Jwe sell to a buyer and put trans ilpn In everything we buy from We are overloaded with The farmer may be un locking to politics for his jjjvbut he does look to politics and when he gets into raises tho very Oto that thn election of Magj taken with that of Brookharl aremendouB niajojity given Ui victory of In andHie obvious complex faskii and revealed nt proves very def lluitithe middle weut Io on a I NEWS SUMMARY Thirtyseven persons rescued aJivn from Uliih Pago Ten scores hurt and heavy damage by Pago Mary Miles Mlnler bares relations with slain movie Pago Cnollrtgo reveals his attitude on many lending Pago Operators and miners agree to con fer on coal Pago Motorists load up on gasoline at cut Pago Two princesses are bitter rivals for Cierman Page Koptcr parents brutally torture girl arc held for murder Page SOtTII Oil flames kill woman who pours gap Into stove while fire Page bare liquor scandal in dry chief Pago Editor Is successful candidate for postmasters place at Pago Packers drop both ends of double header to Tulsa Page KHHtors Cubs on top In two games against lowly Boston Pago Ty Cobb hits three doubles as De troit boats 7 to Page Thirtysix rounds of boxing carded for Cudahy monlhy Page Three star bouts will fight card of disabled Page Two youths are Injured In auto col lision condition one Page Cathfllc churches will celebrate Feast of Assumption Page Pioneers Woodbury county to pic nle Thursday Sergeant Page of PerryorcpJc con duit may be started In Page Harvest hands moving north In search of travel Annual baby parade at Smiths Villa witnessed by 500 Page Villa is witnessed by Page Wife of prominent Methodist min ister dies after long Page Boosters of will pic nic today jt Grabbes Page Kxpect drop In stock receipts fol lowing ban on anthrax Page Wheat prices close lower on bearish Rum Seizures Outside 3Mile Limit Valid uf running vessels that hover foreign New high Page for fat cattle hogs near Page FEIGNS DROWNING BY LEAVING CLOTHES ON RIVERS BANK the Blue north of had teen dynamited tonglht in an effort to re cover the body of Fred who vanished this leaving his clothes on the river local of ficers expressed the belief that he had not been who has been serving a term for was at work wllh a road gang when lefl Ihe highway to bathe in the The discovery of his clothing an hour aft erward led to the that he had been It Is now be lieved that he merely used a clever ruse to Sheriff John Sailing and Police Chief Paul tonight found that OllngheUseA wife took It very The possibility that she or some con federate secreted other clothing near the river for the prisoner wear when lie Is Indicated by Former Congressman Coolidges Secretary Re presentative Bascom of has been tendered and has accepted the position ot secretary to President Annoupcement of Slcmps ap pointment wan nude today at the Whlto House shortly after he had Concluded hour und a hulf canter Slemp up hla per permanent charge of his office until after Labor diy and In tho meantime George secretary the late President will remain as presidential ones with will not be able to close gonal affairs and take New V alien rum outside the three mile limit was held legal by federal Judge Woodrough ilecision was h jjidod down In the rase of the British ship Marlon solxed while trans ferring Iliiunr cargo to the American owned motor eight miles the coiist near Fire July llpmis of Detroit Fidelity and surety company given after the seizure of the craft as 11 guarantee thit It would proceed to its supposed were declared It being contended that although the vessel arrived at the Canadian port she did not have her hereby violating her Tho Mosher case brought about special session of President tlardlngs cabinet and mi exchange nf conversations with Oreal The Attorney In his argument before Juilgo Wnodrnugh today It IH clear that I respective of the cabinets determination us mat ter of diplomatic policy to release ships having cargoes of liquor when apprehended outside tho there was uiiplo legal author ity for the Nolwirc sinil forfeiture of the Marion Mosher and her cargo ot Judge Woodrough held that selz uro of foreign ships ongsigod In smuggling liquor into this country was even though they were on the high a ship hovers around the Amorlfui he although three miles from with intent to violate tho laws and is caught In the attempt to smuggle intoxicating liquors nnd it Is shown that it Is In contort with Its though H bo of foreign registry anil outside tho threemile is Justifi Famous Washington Elm Tree h Dead Washington tlm Is The official demise of the famed tree beneath which Wttshlnglon took command the continental was announced yesterday by direc tor of the Arnold arboretumof Har vard university In a letter to Mayor IJdward of Mayor It IB is eager so raise a fund from the school chil dren of the country for shaft to mark the historic spot whan the tree hoa The trunU will prob ably be cut Into small bJtH to be dis tributed as souvenirs among tile mu seum o the country and tho Cam MOTORISTS LOAD UP ON GASOLINE Retail Dealers Report Heaviest Sales in the AsBoclatcd motor ists from the Alleghenlca to the Rockies today the quaint old custom of rushing fthe can1 as tacticB ofcompetltori In the gasoline industry brought bargain prices and retail gasoline dealers reported one of the greatest sales records In their The thrifty motorisl who ordered his automobile tank filled to the brim and brought along extra containers to haul homea brought forth no paeans of prosperity from the petroleum for all asserted that prevailing prices were far below the cost of production and will pre vail only as long as competition makes them The reduced prices In general ex tended from the Allegheny mountains to the Rockies with consumers of the middle west and south reaping the principal although through some sections they were still unaf Few points along either the Atlantic or Pacific coasts reported any Independents in The price slashing started by the Standard Oil ot In South afler Me Master had ordered state depots to sell gasoline at 16 was extended throughoui ihn companys lerritory lii ten states and part of an eleventh today with a reduction of Independents charging tho cut of the Standard unfair and fe1 In line with reduced prices although in many Instances there were only D cent The Standard Oil of announced a cent reduction In West and the Standard Oil ot and Standard Oil of Ken also reduced their Ala bama Independents announced Ihey would meet the cuts in that while the same announcement came from Manhattan Oil company In and the Continental Oil com pany in Colorado announced a 3 cent As a result ot the price slashing a heavy Belling of petroleum stocks was reported on the New Vork stock and many oil stocks hit new low prices for the but most of them recovered and closed within a fraction of tho opening Surplus many oil men laughed at statements that the action started by Governor of South Da was responsible for the price that sur plus production particularly in the California have made storage of the surplus with the re sult that companies muit Some of the oil men also attributed part ot the situation to the selling of distress oil that the owners must dispose of at any price to meet loans and other obllgatlns brught about by holding it Meanwhile service stations pumped out their stocks all day long to lines of waiting eager to buy gas as less than In Chicago according to the Chicago Motor motorists will save a day by taking advantage ot the a gallon price instead ot the 22 cent price of The llttja dealer Who yesterday filled an 859 or gallon tank with gasoline at from 18 to 20 cents a on whether he hauled It himself and who today wai forced to retail it at WM hwdeat according to local oil and will be put put of In large If the low prices continue 10 KNOWN AND MANY HURT IN UTAH FLOOD Property Loss Near Mil lion Mark in Wake of By Lake Ten known several persons mis scores of othors Injured and property rlamago amounting to mofe than tonight tlio total reporteil In Iho wake of a cloudburst which struck towns In northern trtnli last night anil early As tho stricken farm communilles counted their losses after the swollen streams had receded to nearly CJc i Mahey Jasiied orders Io National guard here to stnn readiness for possible duty flood strlckon Dawn in the little city near Halt revetv the devastation wrought by tho storm Wading waist ileop Into mud nnd debris rescue workers recovered four Farm lands surround ing tho city were Several normally but which swelled last night to propor tions of nearly quarter of a mile wide and many feet deep swept farm buildings and llvn stock down stream when the huge walls of water rolled with startling suddoness and Inten sity from tho mountain canyons nnd down upon the sleeping farm com Fears that tho death list would thomount were expressed tonight by rallrway men and others who sur veyed tho Two men were reported to havo been drpwnod In cloudburst at near early In creasing tho death list to but the report could nol be List of Known The names of the known dead are Arnold died of exposure attempting to rescue bis daughter from tho flood waters near Willard 17 years of Salt Lake drowned at Farming of drowned at Agnew drowned al Wlll Sylvia II years drowned at Two drowned In Farmlngton canyon bodies swept down ylnto Ellen of killed when water wrecked her Heaps of mud and debris today covered acres of land In Wlllard and officials there expressed the belief thai several bodies mlghl be found aftti an exploration of the inundated Five persons In an automobile last seen being carried down current near had nol buen accounted For more than one mile the stale highway near Wlllard is buried under several feet of debris and railway tracks have been washed virtu ally Isolating that Huge telephone poles and wrecked farm structures were strewn over a wide Destruction at of heroism continued to hold the In terest of this little city aside from the sorrow brought to It after a night of terror caused when flood waters from the mountains deluged this section and left behind a path of death and Two hundred volunteer rescue workers today partolled Farmlngton aiding the many Injured and searching for and fearing that they might find other bodies to mount Farmlngtons death toll of More than a dozen homelem their ranch homes carried away and crushed to pieces in the rush of were cared for tonight by In the path of the flood the home and ranch buildings of Uegrand As she looked from a window a flash of lightning Illu minated tho disclosing a torrent rushing agalnut u on her Obtaining a rope Hess threw It to three men murooned atop tho structure after the watcrs struck They slid Io iolng hand over hand down the rope A sick doctor left his bed to rescue an 8J year old woman who bad clung to a cult In the flooded Farmlngton After saving the woman and a child the physician upon the pleas of the aged saved the Other thrilling rescues to numerous to recount were told privately today as Farmlngton emerged from the night of horrors and counted Its SUNRISE AND SUNSET SAYS VGLIVA Glenn overseer of and an ad vocate of the flat world to day announced that there In no such thing as sunrise There Is literally no sunrise and no sun he they are only optical The sun Is the same height above the earth ut all The devil at one tlrne had many In fidels to teach the nohell says Now he has dreds of university professors and professed ministers of the I believe In he Pilot Killed in an Airplane Wreck of Instantly kl led when an airplane he pilot ing fell one thousand feet John of was seriously Ward had come to capital with ft party of He had gone up with fctowart as a passenger In anight seeing Husband Admits Killing His Wife and Her Mother boxes each containing the ilismem liered liotiy of woman were founii in a field here early Shortly af terward Nunio ot FrankI was arrester as he WHS running through Medford and tile police snlil lie confessed Hint be had killed his anil her Katherlne A fnrmnl plea of nol guilty to charge j of murder was entered for him in the i MiiUleu dimrict court Inter In tlio day j and ho was held without baij for New Hampshire A quarrel over money mailers which resulted In n fight in which his wife and motherinlaw took the led to the killing of tho two women with a bat and knife In their home in FrankMn last Saturday to an eon fe V Tsekos to the Medford r o fr told the officers I hat lie two children to Boston on then returned o P Ihe two bodies ami put them Yesterday lie hired Charles a taxi to him Boston with the box which bo Clarke contained Clarke became suspicious nnd discovered what ho thought was blood coming In Medford taking tho notified tho out of one of the Tho car wan stopped and whllo Tsekos wan boxes to a field Clarke Tho Iwo children found today In tho homo of Tsekos sister In Bos Tho Franklin upon examin ing Isekos found no traces of a struggle and no This led to tho suggestion that lite mur ders might have been commuted else but nothing to support this theory had been discovered Falling siato Kills men were killed ami two Injured by falling slnto al Iho mines of tho Koano Iron company hero this afternoon OPERATORS AND MINERS ACCEPT Agree Io Confer Today on Anthracite Coal Dlnpntch tn The ceptances were received by the coal commission today from both tho operators and jnlners to the invita tion for a conference on the anthra clte situation The acceptances camo from at on buhalf of the and from John president of the United Minn Workers of at Atlantic on behalf ot the Five of tliisix members of the commission will bo on hand to meet with the committee composod of four operators and four minors at the Pennsylvania New al 3 oclock tomorrow coal flttuutlon received atten tion at todays cabinet The discussion was of a general inasmuch OH members of the coal which Is In direct charge of tho administration efforts to prevent a were not Secretary of Commerce I Sec retary of the Interior and Sec retary of Labor Davis all have a di rect Interest In the situation through bureaus of their departments and latest developments with the president mem President Coolidge desires the eoal commission to handle the situation so far as because of Its legis lative mandate to Inquire Into all angles of the coal President desires the commission not only to report to him first hand of position of tho operators and miners as developed at tomorrows but to take Immediate steps looking toward mediation of thv It n tbo presidents hope that the commission will able to point the way for a satisfactory adjustment of Ihe diffi While efforts to medlatu the con troversy are In President partments sn precaution toward preparedness for a Tteports have been made to the piesldent relative to the plans of the bltumloiiH operators to flood the country with bituminous coal If an anthracite strike takes tflace and particularly to get the graldes of bitu minous coal most us substi tutes for anthracite to the sections of the counthy where they be most Reward for Persons Guilty of Whippings the re quest of Sheriff the rlty council tonight offered an artclUlonnl reward of 1500 for the urrent and conviction of persons guilty of whip ping In this city during the last few Karller In the sheriff Hicks has offered a reward of anil Walker had Increased the states re ward to the local chapter of the kuklux klan a announced that It would add to the was made by the klan that it had any thing to do with the Grand Jury Indicts Two Bankrupt Puller and partners in bankrupt stock bucketing house of Fuller were Indicted with their former Fallen and ICugone HV by a federal grand jury wflay for conspir acy to conceal rccordti and assets of the firm which failed for tioarjy Additional naming iil leged higher In a spread bucketing were powlbly toe CoolldRe Intends the government du shitll take every possible MINTER BARES HER RELATIONS WITH TAYLOR Movie Star Gives Out Signed Statement to lly Kiltvnrd to flirt conferring four hours with her attor ney as to the heat methods of coin polling her mother to clvn up Mary Miles Mlnter for Ihe gave her story to tlio Chicago Tribune and the Angeles Sho Is going to MIC for Iho money sho clalmn sho earned and mnimi Hut It Isnt tho fact of the money alone impels her to In her story she reveals the lerrllile bitterness that lies between her and her It was a recital Mio pnvo to roporKrs nnd tho tears fell like rain unchecked as she For the first time slnco II she tnldof the scene with her mother that morning when she loomed of Ihe death of her swcel William Desmond Ihe murdered movie Tlirea oned Her A scene not depleted In cold a thing that nerds Marys Marys Marys hands to Kho was iisleep when news her mother rapping MI the demanding saying vaguo things about something about Taylor being killed in his Mary WHS she Rho wanted to go directly to the man who WIIH everything tri her and her mother flood In front of her and And gentle little leaped at her mother and threatened to kill and choko I sco two whlto your shn and If you dont gel away Ill dig my thumbs into them and walk over you to Following Is Miss Mlntors signed statement BY MAHY MILKS H has happened for months and months I been hoping and pray ing that my differences with my mother might nol bring up iigaln the dreadful Incidents of tho murder of William Desmond I havo tried and trlod to make no references to It In my statements concerning my ef fprl to sncure an accounting from my but after riewapanerfdporter lias ine day and night and always tjues about Air The Chicago Tribune is Ihe only nowspaper which has not done this and because of this I am giving my first statement that I over given under my own William Desmond Taylor cnme Iniu my life when I was 17 years of He was thi first man o call me Miss How do you Miss Mln he snlrl to mi when first we were and then he Fascliialccl by New Always I had been called Mary and treated like a child by men and women but Taylor called me which at that heart us I mado an Instant From that moment he fascinated It not long afterward that we were In New England making a my grandmother and sister were with the I useil to listen for bin footsteps camo into the door of tho little lintel whore we I recognized thorn as they went up Ihe stairway and into hjH which wan Just over n little parlor where we all One It was my and we all went Into Boston for a dinner parly for Ho rode In the automobile my grand mother anil Tho road wits rough and hut arms were spread across tlio nar buck neat In which we One bump grandmother against him anil ho said I Murder Charge n darkened vonm at the hospital for ruptured nnd crippled on Mast Fortysecond lies tho crushed nnd broken body of Jeorno youthful brother of tho famous screen Anltn A deeply worried and frightened clrclo of film celebrities Is anxiously noting every beat of his i barely flowing For If ho j and according to hid physicians It Is 1 possiblo that he will tho land of i movie pictures will be wrecked by an other grave scandal in volvlng the high crlmo of Karly In the morning of yimtig who wns member of an automobile parly riding along the IViRtnn post vftis noveroly bout en nml mauled by Ralph moving picture director of The brother of Iho lovely Anita was with n fractured skull and In an iinconMcloiis to the where Tnco liven nnd concealed until the following When he was removed to the During the 24 hours bo was kept secreted Miss and bor were conducting distracted search for him throughout the The police bitvc not boon advised of the but it was said today attorney for Miss tho affair prob ably would be given official recogni tion tomorrow or on The of ho cmbrogllo remains Ralph Inco Is the husband ot Lucy sister of and IIo has filed for divorce from but Iho baa never come to Since tiifro ban boon no official Investigation by the no con nected story boon gained from the witnesses cxcepl tho account of Hurry German chauffeur for THREE CENTS THIRTYSEVEN TAKEN OUT OF SHAFT ALIVE 100 Are Believed to Have Perished in Wyoming Coal Continued on 1age Four RUMORS OF A DIVORCE DENIED BY COREY IHlieHol 1 The I New Mabcllf Oilman former comic opera dented tho report that lur con templated visit to Paris Is for the purpose of obtaining a frlcmly di vorce from her millionaire William Kills one tlmo presi dent of the United States Btcel cor There In not a word of truth In 1 have heard the rumor ever since my rjcont re turn from but It is not Corey Just eume back Paris with He is now at his hunting lodge In I will toil on thu ISth to spend some time at my cha as Coreys pearl necklace disappeared In Paris last Po lice of London Paris joined in the search for tjio most of which were Auguste Coreyi und her ISsthcr weru arrested and are still In prison In Thp marriage of the slcel magnate the actrtss in 1907 wir u sensa following Coreys divorce 10 months before from first Laura Cook whom he iiad wooed wlien he was a workjr on his uncles coal tlppo In Explorer Ainundsen on Way to Nome Miss who was driving Iho and who also waa knocked down by the burly 2 WOMEN WAR OVER A THRONE Kaisers Consort and Princess Cecilie Are Bitler City JoiirmilChlnugu TrUMllle Cable inth Anwclntnil res ue of three moro miners entombed in Frontier mine 1 of tho Kommerec coal company In explosion this brought the total of vlvors to It wan estimated late tonight that tho total death toll wopM ojiproxlmatcly Hoald leader of an aerlul and txpod lion that Beattlo In bound for the North Is on highway to Norna aboard tho ynlted States coaet guard oultor occorUiut to word re ceived hero sooner does tho threat of a revolution and tho Betting up of n republican alarm QormanyVthan two cort niv eyo on 6 Oernmn Intriguing against each PrincosH of self nulled and Crown PrincosH Cecillo both want tho The former kaiser mm Crown Prince Wll liolm say aH their women are on daggers Princess Hermlno declariM sliu will rule Germany Princess Cwllle declares her children aloni will inherit this and Uotli are acarod because Germany may select Iho Wlttlesbach ing Prince of with MM Luxemburg on thu Ilolnrich Peter once tutor to Bentlnck H children at Aineron and now a Dutch Just bus visited Princeuses Hormino and obtaining the first interview with In the following irtloltl Herr Meyer tells how kal Herln and crown princess evidently liulo each oUiui plot each other For her own family precedence to tho hronu which does not Hy lieinrlch Ieter Kpiulttl Corrnsponilent of the violent Kittle Is going on at present for the Herman Imperial not between niistiillne but between wo women princess Cecelie ami Princess of e war before the former aisers Princess Hcrmine leiniindcd the tltlu of which ill tin Hohenzollern prlncqssea con WIIH not by Fin illy the former kaiser Insisted that rlncess Hcrrnlne be itddreHsud your nujesty obeying IIH energotlo hlu children gave Not liirpHH Princess Cocille refuses all contact with the former kaiser and Princess J telling ho that tn tho In terest of my huxbaml and my HOIIS recognizes WllhelmH second wlfn us a royal not im an 1m pirial bluer has she become lhat thin year for tho first time Hho ban given up her annual trip to Holland to HOG her fearing to leave a bad impression It Hhe refused to go to Doom after viultlng tlvj Associated Fighting tiioh way through Iho partially dismantled portions ot Frontier mlno 1 of tho Kemmercr Coal one mile from scene of an explosion shortly after 8 oclock thte rescue workers tonight had brought out alive 34 of tho 138 miners on tombed by the The explosion occurred tn tho vicin ity of tho 1700 foot level of tho Tonight rescito workers had pene trated to nearly every of tho underground and It was Indicated they hod brought out nil the men remaining fimoke blackened embers of mine cars buried in a caveIn on tho 1700 foot level of tho workings In entry 15 gavo rlss to tho belief that fire had followed the blast which tore down sections of tho ripped up tracks on which trip cars are operated and dismantled tho electric wiring of plunging the smoke filled depths Into Tho cauae ot the ex plosion IH presumed to have been a blow out according to a statement Issued late today by tho Kemmerer Coal No Fire In Tho company declared In the state ment that no tiro had followed tho ex At tho sania time the com panyannounced tlutt rescue work was continuing and that tho final figures on tho number of victims In tlio dlsosler would not bo known for a few Great throngs ot women and chil many of them widowed by the galhored about the mouth ot the shaft us tho rescue work wont Many were When trip cara carrying tho survivors the blast camo to the surface the crowd became almost rush v ins forward Hcrmlnos When I sppke to the about hopes for her the crown princess not on a friendly not She thlu Prlncijss Hcrmine replied The crown princess and x Kho does through might harm the of the crown Princess and her But you may publish throughout the world that us the legal Bnout the kaiser I now have all hi Who will be the kaisers successor after his death will be dectdea UP m m r Is a sick as and he sees reality Wjtu cye ft a tho kaiser Is waiting for tho moment when his cry out tq from their deep Than the hour will pome when ha and I will return to he kaiser and I as kttinertn at his side and wo will show tho German peopla that their inonarchH arc U a not which direct my acti but tfiat lovq that compels me to hard and no Intrigues ot ouu adversaries will prevent me trom Princess Hermlno Is an talented and ambitious and her influence over the furrow knissr is The former Katsera tlrst my actions Continued on Facet Four loved and If etmriefiei porichced greatest dlff kefip Ing thorn away from the mouth of tho Fully olio hundred vol unteers workersj were In the lower depths of ilm mine tonight searching for thu bodies of tho dead und seek ing for Mino rescue car of the United tijittcs bureau ot mines arrived here tills afternoon from Rock where It was Intercepted af ter leaving hero early this and members of the crew Immediately entered tho mine to assist in rescue Mino rescue car was expected hero later having left Salt City this Iitiful Scenes Witnessed The men brought from the mine alivo were found In 27 to Nearly all of them were black ened by smoke and suffering from the effects of the Inhalation of although there aparently had been very gas In the workings after tho Pitiful scenes were enacted about the mouth of tho mines as relatives of the men who came out of the workings allv rushed Into the arms of their waiting loved ones whllo near by stood women and children In deepest grief fearful lest those they sought should never come Alex Inuma and Petp Tapero were two of the first men to come from the They had a section ot the fine near the shaft and made their ivay through smoke and dust after the within a few were suffering from tho Cuveln Follows The greatest damage to tho Interior of the mine was done on tho fifteenth entry where six mine cars had been burled by tho cavcln which appar ently followed the Rescue who rushed Into the mne as soon as the flrpt Indication of the Continued on XJago Four GIRL HELD IN PEONAGE FOR OVERDUE BILL Held as a chat tel for two years as security for an overdue board bill of beaten forced to wear boys clothlnR and locked out at night to niaku her bed with was sad fate of Margaret 11 years daughter of aj Inventor who dis In 1921 and whose where abpucs are Juvenile court who now have the girl in say Melton placed his then 9 yearb with a farmer living near agreeing to pay WO a for her board and cloth the child to be sent to school and given light Neighbors complained oC the child acrrtunmg frequently M uhe was being beiten and juvenlla officers this morning went to the form and rescued Smith and his wife have been cited to appear In court tomorrow and answer serious toamlnation of the childs little bgcjy shows many thn Her hands lyere BV p vindica tive of the i ik she was foroeU to At ot she Was al with ft djrty Bleep s mi nt put to to
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