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   Sioux City Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1923, Sioux City, Iowa                                i mix FIFTYN1NTH THINK LEAGUE HAS FAILED AS WARBARRIER Three Senators Re turn from Europe By IM senators frlenrlly to league returned to Washington from Europe with less enthusiasm for the rovenaiit whlci wan to end wars and produce an of world wide peice anil iindcrMind Their names were Senator Kin Illinois Sen itor llob I dcmocri1 tic leader In the and Senator Tin last two named strongly ratification of the Versailles treaty without but during thch trip ubniiil they Just ut the time f the irls Is and they had an excellent oppor t nity for observing the league in ac lion Senator who was in leneva al tbe said It was ciulte that the league had failed as an the pro vntioii of lint he approved of Its humanitarian such as Its efforts to suppress the opium traffic and tlie white slave traffic between MrKcUnr Renator and Senator Kellar issued statements along same but both agreed that league would have been more effec tive If the United States had heroine a Senator noblnson that he frankly the league delegates In that there Is little likelihood of the altitude f America toward the league being dunged under present Of 1 am said Senator al the puerile ac tion or lack of at both as lo the Invasion by iho Huhr and the like Invasion of by without any by tlie league and apparently with its ap As President Wilson and I sincerely article X is the heart of the The league as now seems to have repealed article X of the coven or al least It has Igured and Ihercby htiM weak ened its I favor the world court as pro vided for in league I fun opposed to the world if II is How slncs thp of Italy inrefusliiK to sub ink tho question of occupation of for clgn territory to either league or think we should be very care ful upon ternui we go Into Robinsons Senator Koblnson said There to exist n somewhat general feeling that the league of nations wast suffering a loss of In and some delegates were heard to express the opinion that the authorities of the league had failed properly to asnert its right to con aider and determine the Issues be tween ilivece und j At the harne time it was generally i that the allied umbassa dons uud r direction the com1 wns nut he nied the rishl to tlie murI advise what action should I be The limited study which 1 able 10 make did nol convince me that the league authorities had acted but on the in view of all the facts and Ihe out their course was Whatever may be an Americans opinion of tho league as related to our country one cannot dwell in the at mosphere in which its proceedings are conducted without becoming j scious that through the aaa become a center of leuriii ing In a a clearing house for Kurupun I THE WEATHER estrrrlaj 1 V II P JJ temperature jester wan degrees and the minimum wax sun rises today and at Till Iowa Kain Fri day and Saturday cooler tulii In In eait Saturday with rlMni Nebraska Kain and Iriday Saturdiy iuolor and probably rai NEWS SUMMARY ered Italian flag low of Corfu Oklahoma solons seek to enjoin Waltons Mystery in the of rich New York socily Iage Three senators think Arbor becomes th of i rage Wheat growers of port Invest at While Germany on the brink war marilal law Vigilantes Iowa banker hold shouting SOI TH Uapil City hanke the of a civil Page body P K lo I lUK Ia I base Page Yankees beat and and limn for car its be brains of Page Doctor is denied new trial by Judge Iage Itobber gets big haul of eig arets chewing Iage seel hoard postiiones iiuarlerly ludlnns defeat Omtilu hold lead in Cubs from rirat OFarrel hit Frlsch better at Bob Meusel burl as Boston by 8 to i j First game for high sehool Mapleton Gene Sarazen beats Barnesen lers semifinals of Joe neckett will fight Wills if he i knocks out j3i j Chicago minister Mctho liuit un Uge Iowa potato and oat crops fall below production of last Page 10 H asked of citizens by Bu reau yoclal Puge Sitnie tVnator fctoddard wins In louit for Page lOpiscopal chuifh liiymnn opn ironference Iage Sells German on street here at for 10 Page Tire robbery case against Alunden and Brewer goes to tht Iage Good pay for corn buskers five to nine cents a bushel Page n Merrill farmer accused as white slaver togrand Page Peacock is the an odd hunting will is filed lawyer prodiiciS Water flows into Crystal lake again pont big damage Page MclhudlMu plan service for lulu ItlKhop Iage ixilice are instructed to watch liquor Page Cattle IOWKI for the steady to 15 cents Grain prices have scored vances the Factory Girl Says Husband Is a Woman i The affair f Harbara 3yiarold l up with a bang when she I learned that her husband wan a worn an two years younger than Last Suncliijthe even tenor of her married life suddenly became femininely yo I i I j a result of her disclosures n the I deteetlvH begin watching j night for Barbaras recent i earlier in th they i Alexander the I husband Barbaras takim him into custody on general The re il name of Tfnrharas man given by the as Supine j When the y ting factory Lirl met Sophie al a I r mere than a she said she was She wore her hair was eul short and trimmed in and she had a taking way about Immediately Harbara Kan to feel about the On August they made the ro mantle trip to the marrlape license Judge Marry McKwen per formed the Kosinski was a steady visitor at tbe home of the young honeymoon He began paying undesirable atten tions to the much so that thought It best to move with her husband to another neighbor last eame the annoy ing r that was a The now un masked as a feminine deemed It best under the circumstances to leave town for n few She went to where she told Harbara she lias a mot A detective was dispatched to Mil I complained about Koxlnskl Ing in our house no much told me thiil he was an old told he Uu one day I caught him hugging and kissing husband so I decided there something queer about th FRIDAY SEPTEMBER REBELS SEEK TO ENJOIN WALTONS MEN Petition Filed i Against Adjutant Gen eral and kept ku By AmorlRfM Oklahoma The pyrotechnics which have Oklahoma aflame since Walton opened his wnr on the and state legislators in turn opened a drive to impeach the began to fade out tonight with a dull court fight in pros The first move to in thecourts the legality of tlie special session of j the lower house the called by member hold it la their right to In ue the official 1 Bandits Mother and Her Two Daughters other li over the face of thir victims and holding them prisoner fur over an three masked niindlts late tonlglit Jamei i limning and her two daughters here to reveal the place of concealment of Jewels valued at The roboers escaped from the un nlng home with leaving Cunning and the two girls in a j serious SAYS CHURCH FIFTH WHEEL MODERN LIFE 400 Hear Chicago Pastor Explain Mission of TCE THREE acts of state district for n tempi Ing and all T National i was taken In here late members applied injunction restrain rs of the Oklahoma from Interfering with meetings of tbe Hearing Next No order was iy the court J during the brief proceeding and by agreement of all hearing on the petition was set for next Tues before Judge le the house members who HEAVY CLOTHING SALES TO DEALERS OF MIDDLE WEST to TV Sales of three million dollars worth of clothing here j in three days Indicates that mer throughout the middle west have permitted their stocks to reach a low Tlie National Association of Retail Dealers Is holdlnr Its Iflth annual session here and the sales to continue this average until the closo ol the convention These salon will shatter all Merchants learned u bitter lesson following tho when they found their shelves loaded with goods bought nl peak Then came a buyers strike and the dealers had to unload heavy Since that time have been on a buying Visitors from ill parts of Ihe coun utlnndiiiR the convention to get the styles and to stock say money Is n trlflo light In parts of tho middle west and but that prosperity has returned beyond any question and everybody is loosening Thou WHEAT GROWERS WHITE HOUSE Northwest Farm Interests Seek Relief from Pres ent Low my iha Associnlrd wheat growing interests of central Buffering from low prices for the laid their case directly President Oooltdffoand other istructlonn from the began to leave for their homes to await the outcome of the court A pledge was signed by the legis lators that should the courts decide they have authority to as an Impeachment body they will at any time upon call of Representative ono of the leaders of the rebel No further attempt will be made to It was until the Is sue Is decided in tho state supreme court and then there remains the possibility that the cose will go through tho United States A temporary If I not at the legislators are warranted in replenishing their depleted Manufacturers who were a hit skeptical of heavy sales ut tills admit they are amazed at transactions running a lola admlnlntratlon officials today vHth a victim of Page Page ik hogs Page good ad Page DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD ROUNDS OUT 30TH YEAR Tlie Dakota County pub lished at Dakota hux Just rounded out Its 30th year In the news paper and has celebrated anniversary by installing new type setting machinery and othemodern devices which make the Herald offh e one of the best equipped eastern according to those who have visited the JNONSUPPORT IS CHARGED IN SUIT FOR DIVORCE Jlichier in the circuit court todav granted a decree of divorce to Gertrude who filed a crosri bill in response to her husbands The man from whom she has been di vorced Is William a prom lueut real eslute Tu Iho CIOSH bill Rue charged said her husband was i aclf and although he look her 10 dinner liu would disappear mo ment he arrived at the bull ixorn and dance wiili women request that congress bo called In spotIn session to enact legislation to revive the nLlted grain cor The together with Secre taries Wallace and und Man aging Director of the war fl naneo received the pro posal as presented by a delegation of u bankeiH and farmers from Minneapolis federal reserve but madu no Members of the delegation thai Coolldge showed a deep Interest In their proposal with regard to tlie request reduction in freight rates j on and and they left j the House after an hours conj pleased with the reception j given their Conferences The delegation conferred with retary who has been study ing ihe wheat price situation and to morrow they will meet with Secre tary Hoover and probably with Di rector The it won will cull the two secretaries and Meyer into conference after they have met with the delegation und H Is believed thai ihe general agricultural situation and the wheat tempt to Kx pressing satisfaction with the sit Walton declared today the fight Is over so far us the house Is The executive will represented in the action by at torney George Short ami his us To Martial There were tontghf ong within tlis next tew days U6 ows teeTi Particular Ill the original bill Hue charged Ills I advisers i and Senator Norbeck and of South Da the composed of nine bankers and three ar rived at the House shortly be fore noon for half an hours confer but it was more than un hour before tho discussion of the mailer with tho and hia wife was dissatisfied because sh came from wealthy family and he ciijld not make enough to support her us she even though having taken over the paper about The Dakota County Her ald now is the only paper IP Dakota Hie owner of the North Ne braska Kaslu having discontinued its Air Mail Pilots on Way to Louis Meet air mall who will represent the weatern division of tlio Inited States air mail service In the International air race at beginning Octo ber arrived here today at central standard time from where they utopjxd last The Bob of Salt City Burr of and of Sari Fran wjll remain In thin city until mil compute tbflr Nationalists With Workmen One was isrere injured in njghi Anna were put down the Dakota Man Files Bankruptcy Petition Sioux cial Liabilities of BO scheduled In a volunteer petition In bankruptcy filed In the federal court here today by George of Luke The petition IK th resultof the recent failure of the bank at Uiko Lloyd signed a blanket guarantee protect ing the creditors of the firm of Mills who conducted the now de funct When tlic institution failed Lloyd was unable to meet the obliga tions of the He schedules assets of a little more than South Dakotas Beet Harvest Begins Saturday Belle Special Ueet harvesting in this val ley begins on Saturday of this week and will probably last till well along towards the first of One thousand acres were grown this sea with an estimate of eleven tons tg the They will be shipped to Scotte for times UM many acres would ba grown undur the project It a factory were located Statistics and detailed MutomcnlH showing tlu plight of the farmers of the central northwest as the result of the low wheat prices were pre sented by four or spokesmen for tin and then began nuking the farmer members Soon the predljuiit and the three were involved In detailed dis cussion of the whole Asli for iruln Tho question of the grain corpora tions revival wus thoroughly dis and It wns not their idea to have the corporation fix prices as ernor would modify lite marflal regulations and retire tho greater part of the now No relaxation in the InvciiligaUon cases of mob violence will II was made The Injunction petition filed by the legls lators declared that the action o Markham II dlspers Ing them when they gathered at the capital yesterday and In continuing through force and arms to prevent an assembly was and Is without author Ity of law and was and is In violation of the and civil rights of the It IB the purpose and inten tlon of these plaintiffs and caxh of them as such members of said house of peaceably to re assemble and continue the session of the but plaintiffs arc unable to do so because the defendant Adjt has threatened and still by force and use of armed soldiers under his to continue forcibly to disperse any assembly of said house and to pre vent It from transacting any business and these plaintiffs from attending any session of house and unless by the order of this hon orable he will do tho pe llllon Deny Ureach of The legislators denied In tho peti tion that they havu been guilty of any offense against the laws of tho or the nation und disclaimed to commit any breaches of the Under the constitution and laws of the Btute of the gov ernor and other elected officers ure liable and subject to Impeachment arid under the constitution and laws of the state of Oklahoma it is tho duty of tho huoHC of representatives to pre sent all Impeachments to the senate sitting as a court of and to draw approve and present articles of and to pro ARBOR LODGE A STATE PARK Property Late Sterling Morion Given lo TODAYS Inherllance by a SMS Meeting of Laymens MornlngMlde P busiiuSM business service Interest presid address To Servo The Pres ent Ilisluip Homer Cars Bridge Report than a score of were reported i I drown when five cars on j I and Qulucy passenger train no due here at oclock tomorrow morning went through u j near und into a swollen according to a i to tho chief Burlington dls j patrher here from the telegraph oper iuernsey According to tlm two day one one baggage and one car crashed into the I river which WHS swollen by rains swept part of Wyoming this after noon and A CIVIL WAfii Von Seeckl Task of Carrying Out j Martial Hy Gcorfre Soux Cily i drums flu tiratlvply are pouiultngthroushout Oermany herculean ef forts are hoing made to prevent civil Everything depends upon Continued on Page GOMPERS URGES GREATER EFFORTS IN LABORS BEHALF Gom delegate to the trades de parlmenl of the American Federation In its session here today hiH lu but a government controlled corporation if thr th a capital of a capital of 000 000 to ur and sell labpl as a of keeping unlonlam Iho domes m k I U the uml Beating a favor the domestic The operations able attitude toward trades lOvcry influence that has kept con ditions of labor In iho United States of such a corporation would In lisclf stabilize tho price of wheat and put the price ut a higher level lhaii that for which the grain now Is thu delegation members The reduction In freight rates waa not gone into in detail at the White House conference but waa taken up In the latter meeting with Secretary Such amounting to 25 per has been recommended by who also has proposed aa a possible remedy tho creating by the government of an agricultural export commission or corporation with broad Tho agricultural secretary aswoll as the president la known to Continued onPaeo from retrogression has como from or ganized he And It was the renlstance of organised labor to the drives and campaigns to reduce after the war that saved us and has brought about the present day conditions wherein nearly every working man Is employed in gainful occupation under living conditions that are In no other country in the world has thly been the In no other country In the world did labor fight to protect Itself sigulnst the at tacks that were inado to disorganize Labor In European countries al lowed Us attention to be diverted from the economic issue and led away to follow falae Nebraska Arbor Lodge nnd Morton for merly tho home of the late Sterling author of Arbor day and plo nqer of was tomoon transferred lothe CommbnwcaHh as ft Btkto park before a crowS estimated at between to people The streets of Nebraska City were elaborately decorated and the day lo cally was observed as a The were held lit lodge idjoiniiiK this city on the In the preaonco of high state officials and Nebraska The estalv consists of seventythreo acres of on which Is planted every specie of Irees that will grow In this iornal presentation of tint property made by Joy the 08yearoId son of Ster llngt who handed over the title and It was Charles brother of tho man whom Sterling Morion waged a stirring political battle for control of Iho ocratlc party in Nebraska more than twenty ytars Into whoso hands they were Iaiteiuit Features Kluborato preparations for the transfer ceremonies had been made by the Nebraska city A pageant wan nidged In tho early hours of the tho principal note of which wan the transformation of Ne braska from the pioneer oxteam days to the railroads and automobiles of the Joy of whose birthday was commemorated by to days made the formal speech of In how It was most The greater part of it Vus un Intimate narrative of ihe Morion family and Is flrsl years in Jl was n he that tho family was established in tho state in what was hen tho only shingleroofed house jetwcon tho Missouri river and the tocky Tho public ser vices of the elder Morton wre de ailed with a resume of his activities n His father ho laid lo be known as the originator of Arbor day and not as a man who had icld or aspired to public a hough hi waa tho first secretary of igrlculturo In tho cabinet of presi dent fitover himself a at tho Morton cm ihaslzed that the property was given o the not us land and chattels iut as an achievement of a Nebruskun for Accepted by Bryan accepted the gift In tho name of the paying not only to Sterling Morton for the purl he took In moulding the state In Its early but to Joy Morton for what he uiitd was Ids generosity and patriotism In tendering tho property us a with no other condition than that it be The governor sketched the life work of Sterling Morton and tho contributions ho had inado to tho upbuilding of Nebraska He expanded on the thought that IB a state that was not found ready but is the product of tho genius of Its men and Brief addressee wore made Jiy Chancellor Samuel of the University of state Senator Ilepresentatlvc Yochurn and The church has truly become a fifth wheel 1110dcni the fifth or steering wheel of tho it controls the other four declared Frederick Shannon pustor of the Central Congregational church of In his address al tho Thursday evening session of lie Northwest Iowa conference of the Methodist KplHcopal which Is now being ut Tils The Fifth Wheel In Modern Shannon said waa suggested him when a pessimistic friend remarked that lie belloved tlie heei a fifth Tho declared Shan non s tlm controllng wheel or and has a greater function to per form than tho electrical a whole Tt Is even greater powcr than the I for the banker can only savo vour while tho church BIIVI your I I This fifth wheel In life stands for Raid the church M of greater Influence and power I ban any other Without this l fifth wlme and the1 woul Hear Approximately 400 ministers churchmen In attendance evening Fleming of district manager of the National Reform as tipoko in the Interest of i bill to put before the legislature which will provide for the daily read ing of the biblo in every lie stated that the present nationwide slump in morals IB duo partto th tional system of train carrying doctors and railroad left here tonight for Lock 11 miles cast of Casper Hurllngton train 30 is reported to gone through a Tin train men who notified he lo c il dispatcher1 office of the wreck said that only two of the trains seven cars remained on the Two day ono baggage and ono express car left tbe he Strike of New York Pressmen at an End Xew Yorks press strike was liomiiiHlly ended to day with tho appoarnnco for the first lime in 9 days of morning and eve ning newspapers us Individual entitles and It wna be defin itely concluded tomorrow when Iho strikers cast their expected vote for Four proposals will be voted upon at the chief nmong them being approval of the International unions contract with tho publishers and repudiation of tho outlawed local 5 which called the of Dr president Mornlnsrsldo II 3717 Jackson street su Simix pastor of Jrace and of have been elected dele gates from ho Northwest Iowa con fercneo to tho general conference of tlm Methodist Episcopal church will be held al during One more dele late Is yot to be Tho conference unanimously approved the plans of the board of rustees of the Methodist hospital Sioux to have thu new building ompleted by Tho conference also approved the plans of the board of trustees of the lospltal lo complete ho financial campaign new building In t li near Tho report of tho board of trustees irpsentod ihe conference showed hal has bon procured In ubscrlptons in Sioux city to tho and that has een raised the The Ida dlstrlcl has sticxessfullv canvassed for and the major portion of the Sioux City dlstrlcl It IM planned to stage a campaign In th remainder of tho Sioux City and also In th0 Tda Algeria during the WOMANS DEATH CREATES DOUBT Auiopsy Performed on Body Rich Member of Social Dispatch lo Tho New Charles daughter of Jennings Gor wealthy in her own right and member of the York and West couryty spcfel died In the fwiiijonafile WestcheaterBiltmore Country at on last Tuesday night under circumstances which physician ns so suspicious that he refused to issue a death Tho William of White appealed lo Kdwnrd of Westchester coroner al first inclined to scoff at the physl ians finally decided to com inunicatc with an aunt and undo who were present when Webb To his astonishment these relullvi upported Meyer in demanding a As a result of their norroboration f the physicians belief thai there wa suspect Corone summoned a group of mec leal including toxlcoiogisl from NW These men went t White Plains on remove Wehos and turned ther over to a o New Cloetller Is now exan inlng them lo dotermlno whother o not there was polaon Observe further If i taken by the Westchester official depends upon the natures of Goet tiers they observed invitiij in report shows that the Methodist hos Pita has In in eluding subscriptions to tho bnlldlntr und and liabilities of To wore Fort fall und winter HIT M they the prepared by reticence as to the precise nature o tne trustees and Included the Kfforts to commurd cute with members of tho family who It was shared the aecre guarded HO carefully In official quar were Charles Webb i husband ef the dead had bcei at the country club with his wife uj to 11 mo of her who is known to hia Intimates as Carl und has been t broker for 20 Is about 00 years He has boon dividing his lime his wifes death Iwtwuen Vale where ho made his home before bin and Iho Uorrnan houso at l2lj Wesl Madison whore ho lived with his who was thu fourth generation of the iorman family occupy that Webb took issue with those have cast doubt on his wife hav ing died a natural She wan taken 111 about a month ago with a mild case of lit 1 cant describe it better than that because Jm not a profes sloiml After Una I understood her kidneys bccumo Autopsy Views a News of the autopsy appeared to come us a to 1 knew Ultra was something In tho he Asked what he meant by he answered My heads run womens so nnd Kpworth leagues Also obout was expended for freu work and better which amount has been contributed by ho American JSiudy of Melhortlsl announced Continued on Pago FIND STILLAS ALLEGED CATTLE RUSTLERS HELD eating liryan near with his wagon loaded with bmdierixi a state sheriff back tracked tho wagon to the farm of Harry Wo hera Butto On the farm the officer found u number of knives other bu chcring paraphernalia and a liquor vi Vh Ilip01 und Howlng weio of larceny liquor making will probably be filed against all four Chapel Car Evangelist Is Claimed by Death Her known throughout several eastern utaten aa tlio chapel died hero tonight ufler a brief Jfermlaton recently re lurncd from conducting u of In Seek Lower Interest Rate on Crop Loans Dun de partment of agriculture is mukin every effort to gel inlerosi rates for farmers on money borrowed on crops Healed In utato undur the warehouse Sec retary of Agriculture Casat3y High interest rat on on stored grain has thus far defeated iho pur poso for which the warehouse act was Casady ning Ho dropped the subject for a mo but later returned to saying The old mun Uebbs Jennings Gorman has been trylny ill day to get In touch with mo to tell mu something in a friendly lis ho was at the Morehouso hotel in llfforts to communicate with him brought tho re sponse that Uormuu was not ox peeled back at the hotel Continuing tho Webb at first contradicted a reporter who told him that the physician attending had refused to issue a on Page entrusted by War Minister Oessleito carry otil mitrtlal law throughout becomes Germanys man ot Ilerlin today is watching Saxony and tho Hhinelund aa well aa Bu Premier sworn enemy of Herr stands between Munich and hurling socialist threats against tlie Bavarian monar cliists and warning Iterlin thai red Saxony will break loose the moment the icichswehr uttempla to desert tho republican form of Sun day a Uhlnelund republic will ho pro claimed at Dusaoldorf If the German militia and tho nationalists prove powerless against the separatist aided by French ap the German government la fighting a batlle on three Eyes on liar In Berlin today nil mem bers of secret military organizations answered a call to secret In Mecklonbcrg the notorious Ross bach volunteer monarchist corps as In tho Tribunes representative reports demonstrations by remnants of ifnUPolish national ist flying to tho monarchist Hut vastly more important is the IjUdendorfHlltlcr movement In which Herr Von Kahr also s trying lo When bloodshed begins everyone Is agreed that the panGorman Hlttler facial is respon Tho most important political devel opment Is President ISborts and Chancellor Stresemanns attempt lo urn the bloodless Bavarian revolu tion Into a bloodless victory for tho national In announc ing martial law hero President Eberl lodny named liorr Severing as civil Horn IUM military commissar in and Herr Yoii civil and LOS military commissar In It is a big diplomatic stroke by President Kberl because the martial law provides that the clyll commis sar ov he liaB made him self In military In I th6 national although outplayed by one unsworn martin law with murtlal Request Made by Simultaneously President Ebert lo nlght sent a request to tho Bavarian government to please drop their mar tial law as il now superfluous und running parallel with the national Supporters think these measures probably will solve the Bavarian diplomat But tho government is closing Us eyes to facts such us the Bavarian proclamation that the Versailles treaty no longer exists Cor liavaria or that tho national government constitution is nol Optimists profess that they see in Herr Von JCuhrH dictatorship a move against civil pessimists fear Ihe Prussian and other monarch 1st organizations will follow his exam plo within a few Herr Von Kahrs first move was against the LudendorffHittler whoso meetings are forbidden and who ura being but few expect IKIT Von Kahr to give up his easy victory of yesterday und accept be reichswehr generals orders unless he can win over tho general to his namely restoration of Crown Prince Rup procht to tlm Bavarian For the moment more is feared from civil war within Bavaria than with Herr Hlttler largely former and can raise outside of Ba ICrlcbel is their military while Henry Ford is their spiritual Tho possesses considerable partly from accord ing to Herr are largely and Herr Hlttlera goal is but now he finds he must defeat Crown Prince Kuppreohfs men before he can strike A hundred attempts by Herr HJttlers fascist to assemble in tlm specified 14 beer halls at Munich today weru ContlnuiJ on INTEREST IN BIG SERIES IS GREAT AS EVER BEFORE Now ha coming worlds series has not hickened because of the hat the same thu Nev York aYnkees and tho will bull or baseball supremacy for the third uccessivo if advance ticket pplluutlons pouring Into iho offices f both clubs can bo as proof Executives of both organizations said oday they were being floded by re uests for seats from ull parts of tho Tho Yankee btadium haaa apaclty of slightly more than tiO 000 sufficient standing room to uo ommodato from to 10 000 more 1wothlrds of the the and in the measim ne and upper tier of tho yrund wll bo the tickets fling put on sale at 10 the day f each The remaining and lower jjrun be reserved and Bold in at wuvt t both tb9 and Van ea   

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