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   Sioux City Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1923, Sioux City, Iowa                                THE WEATHER F1FTVNINTH SUGGEST PLANS FOR RELIEF OF WHEAT GROWER Ettij JauntaL MONDAY NOVEMBER Problems Solution Lie Along Two Say Federal IDy tha Associated profiuc and marketing methods must b JWtoed if ther Is to be an adequat solution of the wheat In th Opinion of tho war finance corpor Cation investigators who recent HtOUred the wheat areas at th Wquest of President In word report to tho president Made publlo tho two corpor ation directors sold that not there be an Improved marked but that steps should b to adjust American production times of world overproduction f tho Eugene Meyers and Frank hav talked over their findings with Mr and Its has been Indicatcc that after further conferences Interests concerned tho pro posals advanced In tho report may form the basis of a definite adminls tratlon policy of Whether leg Islatlon will bo ready for presenta tion at tho opening of tho next con remains undeter Urge Rational The reports warned againnt too much sympathy and emotionIn work ing out thn problem and urged main tenanco of a thoroughly ratlona attitude in efforts to alleviate dis It added that countless means of attaining tho end long sought were laid before tho two officials in var ious but most of then vere rejected its cures likely to prove more damaging than tho We feel as a result of our the Report continued that tho solu tion of the wheat problem lies along two lines the adjustment ol reduction to American If thn World market IB oversupplied from other producing countries at lower prices than are satisfactory to the American producer under prevaIHnD the develop ment of an improved marketing sys such as we believe can be brought about by the organization of the producers of tho country for the purpose of marketing their wheat under the cooperative marketing BO completely upon the uncertain functioning of tho speculative publlo contract It is relatively easy to detect the proposals of who seek to ex agricultural distress for their own political But it is far more difficult vtb deal with tho pro posals of Hlncere and honest minded people who seek to solve problems by short cuts which are unsound and arc bound to bo in t Their report declared that the higher brackets of tho federal Income surtaxes should be reduced and the privilege of issuing taxexempt secur ities More Important Among the plans for solving the wheat problem given the two officials these were set out in the report aa the Vnore important An Increase in tho wheat Government purchase of he so culled surplus with the view of ex porting it to foreign Distribution of which was stated was a profit made by the grain corporation during Its ox Modification of the present Im migration laws so as to provide for the selective admission of a larger supply of Organization and development of rooperatlvu wheat marketing as I The report discussed various pro but went into more detail with Respect to cooperative declaring In conclusion that even where sentiment exists for the pur chase of the rurplus or for price fix ing there was seneral admission that a plan cohtemrlating orderly market ing Is an essoutlal and fundamental factor in arriving at a In the view of the two officials it pro the only method by which tho producer can avoid to any extent re liance upon the speculator whom the irport describad as the keyman In the Industry fit Discussing the depression among flip wheat the report the local tax ourdfn was one the chief causes of complaint because It added materially to production The scarcity and cost of labor were cited as fundamental freight charges developed Continued on YOUNG WATCHMAN SHOT AND KILLED BY A BURGLAR Dbpiteb to The an 18year old wan shot and instantly killed and Stem his was shot through the arm by a burglar and his young girl companion early this Lehman and patrolling their district in a ob served tho man and girl tampering with a lock on a knitting leaped out of the car and Both fired at him and who was following him It has not been determined Whether the shota fired by the man or tlje girl kilted A neighbor awakened by the saw tho murderers run to a aide bechon a waiting ilontiy driven by a and The man and gtrl Olyed through the and their legs were still waving aa the car whizzed away at terrUto Yesterdays S S 3 10 4 11 B 12 noon C 1 P The maximum temperature yester day was S decrees and the minimun temperature wns 31 Tho sun rises today at and will so at THE Fair Mon dny and slightly warme South Dakota Fair Monday and Tuesday somewhat warmer Monday Nebraska Fair Monday and Tues day slightly NEWS SUMMARY Investigators suggest plan forrelle1 wheat Page 1 Navy airmen shatter more speet records terrific pace Pago 1 Tomorrows interest In byelections centers In Pago 1 Kuklux klan turns Its guns on Un Page 1 Expert inquiry Into reparations may Pago 1 Wlso men of cost think Ford no1 real Iaga 6 French scores Germanys Page 1 MonnrchlRtfi planning to kick over German Pago 1 Cockburn may be tried this week sheriff brings him Pago 2 SOUTH State highway engineer quits his lob to go into Pago Railway brotherhoods ask Bryan Pago Women voters league plans educa tional campaign to hold meet Pago 2 SPORTS Chicago eleven Is eliminated from Big Ten title Page Vets eleven another game Sunday defeats Pago Threeeastern teams top list Cornell and Pago Drake leads Missouri Valloy confer ence teams no Pago Mllllgan to meet Carter in 10round bout on MunnCllfford Page Maroonsquad minus cripples follow ing game with Page LOCAL noted bird Btudont and passes Pago Pastor derides spirit mediums and believers In ghost Pago Competition of churches says speaker at cornerstone Pago violators not worthy ol speaker Pago Flro attacks two theaters lives of many placed In Page Sponge squad must break lawsito make says Pago circus ready to open curtain Ises tonight on first Pago Police believo was victim 3f Joker may release Pago Uneven market for plain good hold Pago Wheat prices may unless exports Pago BANDIT GANG CARTS OFF300 CASES WHISKY SpeciaJ Dlepatch to Tho bandit gang onslstlng of 10 or 15 took ossesslon of the Wakem and Mo 4aughlln warehouse at 225 East lllnols street early Sunday morning and after terrorizing a motored away with more than 800 cares of The bandits spent ive hours in Ipadlng tho whisky on motor Early estimates ol ho loss range around Ten ago tho samo warehouse was obbed and worth of llquoi It was at this morning when lie robbers took possession of The Harry was held under lis captors seemed to know all he routine of his Ho was marched to tho boxes for his regular ulls and warned that ho would bo Illed If he failed to pull correctly or ried to attract Dohorty says ho saw 10 or a dozen mon at work wheeling barrels and ases out of the So far 3 can bo chocked up the loss in udes anywhere fr6m 300 to 400 ases of mostly Oacar nd vforth from J1BO to Anun rtcrmlncd number of barrels wero Tho managers of the ware ouse said tho liquor belonged to arlouB private louple Passes 70th Wedding Anniversary and George of this Tiave Just passed their 70th wedding Tho aged 91 nd respecttveiy did not celebrate he occasion on account of poor In addition to five ley have 11 granBehlldren and nine rcat ALIENS WANT IN JAM ELLIS ISLAND Special to Tho New Kills Island jammed and more than Immigrants afloat on steamers In Now Tork one thn most serious in immigration his tory today faces New York Immlgra So important is th present situation that Secretary o Labor Jimcs Davis came from Washington today and following conference with Immigration Con mlssloner Curran stated ho hoped devolve come plan to relieve the sit Thero nra Immigrants facing deportation of them from th British Isles and It Is hardly llkolj that any movement can be under taken to extend the Britishquota which is now exhausted for tho on tire fiscal There are now GO Russians in addition to aliens from Portugal and Turkey waiting on Ellis Island which la now housing nearly Commissioner Curran is understood to be prepared to admit aliens now quartered on Ellis These aro admissible as they coma from countries whoso quotas aro not ex It was Tho White Star and Cunard linen persist In bringing aliens from coun tries whoso quotas are exhausted 1 was related on Ellis and some steps are under way to remedy this condition These lines this week brought most of the British Imml grants Into New York bay and of flclois of these companies aro making special efforts to land these passen Commissioner Curran is adhering to his policy of requiring tho steamship companies to aliens aboard their thereby preventing nerlou hardships and overcrowding HOT CONTEST IN KENTUCKY Democrats Hope to Re gain Control of State Hy Grafton fSinclal Dispatch to Tho ical leaders of both big parties arc manifesting only passive Interest In tho byelcctlons which occur next There aro only a few na tional contests of at Parti leaders admit that it wouldrequire a long stretch of the imagination to get anything out of Tuesdays results which could be regarded an a serious indication of the tho national political wind is In the main state contests predom note In tho coming although thero is to bo ontf United States sen itor elected and 10 members of the louse of representatives will be Tho senatorial contest is in an interesting feature of the contest thero being that tho dem Park Is a cousin of President Even the democrats ore not holding out hope for tho ilectlon of Representative Porter republican being prac ically Inasmuch as Ver mont never has been in the habit of rolng tho minority party eaders can see nothing In the wind now to change the states Interest Centers In The outstanding gubernatorial fight of tho election Is In a con est In which President Coolldgo de fined to tako although impor uned to do so by party The itato administration is republican and who Is not a candidate Is a popular figure n national republican His candidate and that of tho party for governor Is Charles attorney general in the Morrow Morrow a close f the President Harding and he ind his friends are anxious not to lave the administration repudiated y a democratic although uch consummations are not uncom mon in The democratic nominee governor is Represent ative William who has fig ured prominently In congress hero for nany The democrats hope to egnln control of the state admlnlstra Ion with the view to regaining at he next election a senatorial sent ttkon away when Senator Krnst was leoted two years Maryland offers an interesting ubernatorlal Aged Nebraska Man Killed by a Train Ber was struck Instantly Hied here late today by u passenger as it approached a The ged man was hard of hearing and it U believed that ho failed to hear the whistle on tho train New Serum Cures I Hardened Arteries City Tribune MladeMw ky claims to have found serum Won cures u is sported that U produces immediate vho took the center of the stago In he recent White Mouse conference n law disclosing his pen antagonism to the prohibition program of the federal gpvernment Is having a hard Ho has pealed to tho wot forces of the His republican opponent is Alex ander alao The Issue of the campaign have revolved almost entirely around the record of the governorsadministration of state af Both are for modification of the Such an expression by Maryland would not prove a Hen Elections There wHl be municipal elections in Khoiie Con necticut and and a guber natorial fight in Maine has a special referendum on a 48 hour week for women and and Virginia elects a senate and house of delegates and all county In Illinois Interest attaches to the Chicago Judicial election and a con gressional contest In the Fourth dis trict where a successor to tlw late John Kalncy is to be There are some who regard the for the assembly in New as affording atest of Al Smiths Ho has had a di vided He wanta ona which Will support his Ha gained Continued on Pago POINCARE TAKES A SHOT AT GERMANY Reiterates Stand on Rep arations in Another Sunday r Premier speaking at tho unveiling of a monument to tho war dead at again defined hla posi tion as regards German He did not show the sllghest varia tion In his speech from hla previous Polncare ma ence to thn questl tho powers of Jirect refer limitation of t commission which has been jjnct of much argument during J In directly to tho when he said made it to leave no ambiguity st two or three never referred Al States except point on these Franco and and Interests of Whenever ho the word ca pacity the premier always placed tho word present before Germanys Brazen The premier said tho experts com mission must not be permitted to be come tho indirect means of raising tho question of the amount of Ger manys nor must Franco bo despoiled of her guarantees prior to tho total payment of Poincaro Bold would bo main within tho framework of tho treaty during and after tho work oftho experts In his Poincaro dalt with what he called Germanys brazen propaganda attempt to bring about AngloSason pity by Issuing Illustrated leaflets showing sho had paid In cash and kind to an amount Qf gold Ho quoted the reparation commisslonh valuou putting tho amount paid a1 under gold 01 he had only ro celved net abovo the ex penses of the army of occupation am With a seeming touch of scorn M Poincaro dismissed tho British note with reference to an Independent Rhineland by remarking that he was unablo to grasp tho reasoning of It which appeared to him contrary to the principles of the rlghta of tho Trying to Avoid We promised to protect the German constitution against tho Ger nor oven the unity of the roloh LIGHT BRIGADE SOLE SURVIVOR 87 YEARS OLD Cedar believed to the solosur vivor of light brigade mimortallzerl by Tennyson In his famous cel ebrated hln H7th birthday hero today and to a number of old friends ho re called some of the excitingIncidents at October Mr Cutting wan ntamltng near Lord Lu can when aide of Lor Raglan thn British rode up and handed Lord Lilian a note I WBR standing closo to Lord Lucan when ho rend tho Cutting but did not know what it con tained until a few minutes later whon the order was lasuod for the to advance rapidly to the front and prevent tho enemy from moving its Lord Lucanc face became nerloua Seeing no attempt of enemy to move its artillery ha asked No Inn what It The captain pointed down tho valley to the Rus sian nwerved his horno and galloped nevdr to be seen ollvo Then tcame that clarion com Forward tho light Cutting was asked to describe the battle and he declared It wai beyond wero swept away as it were knowing hearing nothing foiling nothing except the desire to reach the Everyone to pick a All I thought was to get was over before it had scarcely It hai been said In history that almoot a third of tho brigade but thero was only and I was ono of Cutting sayn that Lord Raglan denied to Lord Lucan that he hac ever issued the order and tho two engaged in a hot word battlo for 1 Cutting camo to Iowa shortly after tho civil war and for 45 years was an employe of tho Rock Island railroad which recently retired him on a do not aljlos from observing one anothe tho treaty they ho declared After tho usual Introduction re counting the part played inthe war by the troops of thla Poin earn said It is now more than four years since Germany solemnly undertook at Versailles to repair the damage ahe She accepted the figure of her debt as determined by tho com mission on reparations and agreed to lvo this commission an order for 100 gold marks as tho mini mum of her But once the signatures were given her only effort has boen to avoid While pretending to have made sacrifices iiinco the treaty and to have ald tho allies large Germany has found money for shameless propaganda In the AngloSaxon coun as is illustrated by leaflets dis rlbuted showing cows and facing rows of bags of gold represpntlng value These mysterious pictures wero In ended to prove that Germany had paid her creditors rold leaflets falsely added that Germany in addition offered to nay gold marks and con eluded can common sense demand more the premier contin the reparation committee exists nd Its conscientious Investigations showed tho total paid to the end of was gold of which was cosh for division among tho Franca had received in cash ncluding armistice deliveries and the value of the Sarre 300 gold from which must be deducted for the cost of occupation and advances so that here remained only a Wtk more ban Compare that with what we paid n tho During this all the French and foreigners visiting said has been astounded by he colossal expenditure for German onstructlons in tho ountry houseu for the and workers Tho German state Continued on Page LAFOLLETTETO CALL CONFERENCE OF COLLEAGUES especial Dispatch to Thf of deos and Senator of leader ot he radical bloc In has re urned to Washington after a long rip tVrough One of the first acts probably will be th calling of a conference of hid radical to prepare a pro gram for the approaching session ol Some of his followers are already In the city ana others are ixpected to arrive within the next ew The prpgram probably will nclude repeal of the CumminsEach railroad revision of the ecognltlon of curtailment of supreme courts and am nesty for all political Tho bloo undoubtedly will discunn horoughly how it curl make the best we of the balance of power which Jt in both Much in 9alni on to whether President Coolldge will In rite LaFoUetto to the White louje for and II he whether LaFolleUc wlU EXPERT INQUIRY PLAN MAY FAIL Against Limit on Reparations Parleys as Proposed by Hy tha attitude of tho The American govorn ment toward the position assumed by Premier Poincaro In lite latest not of Instruction to Ambassador Jusen rand on tho questions of German rep occupation th and Interallied favorable to any Inquiry alon the linen Insisted tipon Franc Tho Coolldgo it can be stated on high enter tains tho greatest reluctance agalns giving Its approval to any Inquiry the freedom of action of the experts acting wholly In an advisory capac la to bo limited or circumscribed an proposed by tho French govern It la also learned that Premier Folncaro standi ulono In tho attitude he has taken for the French govern and that unlops he yields to the kind of Inquiry now favored by this country and tho other allied powers the whole project will Tho Bel gian which has been standing loyally by Franco all s now favor of such an inquiry and known to greatly worried by he threatened fnilura of the confer ence plan through the unyielding pos tion taken by To Premier PolncaroV statement ot ho French government as ict forth in his note of Instructions han not been com municated officially to Hecretary Tho Poincaro ciblegram pros received at tho French ombassy hls and when decoded was lound to bn Identical with the descrip tion of It printed this morning in u special cablegram from Am msnador Jusserand will visit the state department tomorrow by and communicate Its contents to Hficretary State department officials refused o comment for publication on the freneli note In advance of its official tcolpt and hopes for an expert In luiry havo not been finally doned despltaf tho rigid adherence so ar of Polncare to the position he ms held for some At tha French embassy denial was lveni to the report cabled from that Premier Polncare would glad If the Hughes proposal for an expert Inquiry wero At he embassy it was Mated that there s no such Intimation In the new note f Instruction from Poincaro and hat French premier expressed nc uch sentiment In his recent con in Paris with Ambassador who returncj to Washing on only yecterdaj from Officials 8tiU The French it was ikewise Insisted at the French em Is desirous of acting In tho direction of common and hope was expressed that might result from the negotiations Jusserand will tomorrow inaugu rate with Secretary From what was ascertained to as to the view of the American government It Is not only but most unlikely to as sent to any expert Inquiry on the basis proposed in the Poincaro In The reaction of the Washi ngton government will bo obtained by Jusserand and if as a result of the oral conversations be the ambassador and Beorotary M well as with President whom the ambassador will 3all upon within a few Premier can be convinced of the wls lorn of giving theexperts full free lorn of actjion in advisory capac ty in the proposed thre yet a chance it be held with American tllla will not lend assent o or to one In which Interallied debts to the United we be MORE AERIAL SPEED MARKS ARE SMASHED Brow and Wil liams Sef Terrific Pace at Mil icl Mltchel Flf iVlfrod W ft duel i won after b i and Harold today fought i tho air and Williams i had smashed worlds rmer pitcher on tho Now York captured tho rec ord of If miles an hour sot by Brow last Friday over n three kilo motor course lost it again to Ilrow and recaptured It as dunk was settling WUJIams unofficial which re mains to bo wan an average of miles an hour over a three kilometer how traveled funter than ever mortal man doing ono leg with tho wind at a rate of miles an Defies Williams twice escaped onco diving at moro than 250 miles an hour to within 10 feet of the Ills second escape cnmo the lost time ho flow tho whon ho darted straight through squad ron of five Martin bombers Just ar riving at tho field from A large crowd watched tha com raden wngo their friendly war and nomo apprehensions were expressed lest tho rlvaln bo parted If tlwy con tinued tomorrow without time for their Curtm navy machines to bo thoroughly overhauled after tho Hovoro Htndn to which they been subjected in tho post few Under a fair Indian mimmnr Williams cllmbod into IIH seat and In a few seconds was in tho Whon ho landed ho hud captured Ilrows Brow Brow nhook offered congratu lations and then hopped Into his own Whon he It was Williams turn to dlsponso tho con Thin did most I havo to take It away from you again he j GULF COAST LINE TRAINSDITCHED2 ENGINEMEN HURT Corpuji Within a few hours of each others tsvo trains of Oulf the first from Boston nnd tho siconcl from were wrecked u few nillen wost of thia City this In both the hoels of the tender left tho trucks derailing thn conches and in the cose of the first overturning the Corpus en ncor of tho Houston wan probably Injured when he was crushed beneath the wreckage of the locomotive fireman on tho same received slight In Crann siUd that til train was traveling at bntwean 30 and 33 rnilen at tho time of tho Tho track wns torn up for a dia tnnco of nearly 400 Ths second wreck occurred about hrco miles east of The wheels of thn rear truck of tender eft tho tho locomotive and endcr breaking looso from the rest f tho which was traveling None of the over Soft npots In CO Then ho Jumped into a bigger ship for an exhibition night over the from which ho too But the for anil thB Hcttiie He craned his neck outof tho cock looking at tho almost cloudless and then leaped to tho ground tearing off his uniform In short and with only a he climbed into his racer Away ho wont and vwhen ho camo down again ho won again Groat cried Well were having a lot of fun replied his as tho two clasped Ho climbed into another machine and sped away towards tho Bronx for his exhibition flight On his first Williams cov ered the course twelve time before he uuj His average speed for ho total of twluvo kilometers was figured from his seventh eighth Brow contended himself with Just our for whero on some of his flights Williams had disquall fied because he did not cross the Ino at Just tho right altitude or for omo other his on ho other displayed the great si He descended after Ho fourth flight because signal panels iprcad on the field advised hlrn he lad smashed the Williams took six flights on ant the roadbed wero given as tlm caURn of tho Close on Trail of Oregon Train Bandits IVAu tremtmt who arc being sought in connection with the holding up of a Southern Pacific train and tho killing of four trainmen In the Slsklyoti October nar rowly esoapoil capturo whllo eating breakfast at a ranch In region according to word brought Tho fugitlven escaped Thn trnJl was picked up by an In Twenty men in three posses aro pursuing tho GUNS TRAINED ON UNDERWOOD Kiau Opposes Dixie Can Against Smith and his OMAHA POLICE ROUND UP 48 LAW VIOLATORS barged with violation of state nnd national prohibition laws were pdged iij tho city Jail here early to as a result of a number of raids iy city pollco and deputy The first place which was raided by leputy netted tho enforcing ifflcers 100 bottles of all of ihlch with the exception of two hol los was Suvon persons vero taken in thin Otherx were on gambling while thers wero charged with being enpers and inmates of disorderly All wero later released on ond to appear In tho pollen court to Special Dlnpitch to Thj Oklahoma oppo sition of the kukluj klan to tho nom natlon of Bnnator Oacar Under wood for tho presidency next year ifl nnounced In MajjfleldH one tho principal klan organs ol tho New and Henry Sena tor Is man against whom tho bi guns of the masked organization are being Underwood spiked hitf boom when ho turned on tho ku tlux sayn tho klan Tho speech alienated 40 electoroj in Texau and ruined him In own state Ho will probably get Ala Smiths two Romanized states after Ai la cast Into Opposition o As for Henry tho klan paper him out of tho tho reason being that Henry Ford re cently presented a specially built Lincoln automobile to an archbishop of tho Roman Catholic The name of tho prelate JH not Tho opposition to Smith la due to thn simple fact that the governor Is a member of tho Catholic William McAdoo Is the demo cratic says tho klan it is polnted in neither klansman nor Tho solid it IB willline up behind McAdoo nnrt ho will bo the democratic nominee in But the election of adds the is very it the Catholics and JCWH of the who were formerly will return republican onmusso next bocuuno they will bo afraid of a democrat and will want to nhow the nation that tho kiiklux klan killed the democratic Friendly to Senator of la also referred to in a friendly klan support bulnghinted In tho two lines given The Hulston paragraph appears to be a bid for Senator Hals ton to declare himself for or against the It Is Senator who sots most of the wood Is described tho Jug nnd Jesuit Tho Jug part of it being a reference to the fact THREE LOVERS MOVE TO KICK OVER REPUBLIC Monarchist Forces Said to Be Ready for a Drive By John iSloui City JournttlChlcairo Tribune many tonight IB springing to cooporntlng with Erhardte Hcrr Hlttlern Btorm toover run tho republic and reestablish a From all parts of Germany tonight come reports of nationalist concentra ready tor Tho nationalist student organiza tions in ono of Germanys bis university disappeared Tho nationalist youth re ceived mobilization orders laat Tho Stahlhelm troopa throughout the nation have been ordered to pro ceed to prepared gathering where they will be given arms and At in southern 70 miles from a largo body of nationalist troops Their arms were in spected yesterday by By Larry Sioux City JournalrChlcnjo Tribuno Ctbla monarchy ro turned to Bivaria today for two hours when tho rclehswehr leading big Including Hlttlerltos and an equal number of Improvised national defense organ passed In review before Crown Prince Tho parndo woo port of nn impos ing ceremony for war dead at for tho memory of wHom tho cornerstone of monument was Inld before the war Sfoarly witnessed the Crown Prince Rupprocht In a field marshals stood on tho re viewing stand and aa orders oyea right were given by every commis Prince nupprecht acknowl edged with a wavo of hlo field mar shals Besides Rupprecht thero Von now military dictator of Premier Von dozen princes prlncesneBOf Mm old It wan the first tlnv since the olutlon of 1919 that tho relchswehr luxvo officlaly a member cfc tho old and equally signifi cant is the fact that tho HlttlerltOH exchanged saluta the ags anI BtandardKnirrigrlea with the colors ot organization In tho of tho republic woro consplclously Before tho procession started a solemn mass was celebrated In the filled with tho standards and banners of the old regime and old By John Sioux Cliy JoumalChleago Tribuns and with out public announcement Chancellor titreaemann has gotten rid of tho Tonight he rules Germany as untrommeled how long ono care to Finding himself helplessly snowed under with both tho extreme party groups against and many of hla own party forcing him to rely on the Cath olics and peoples Chancellor Stresemonn hoa token the decision tlmj he cannot faco the rolchstag with a new Ho han stripped him self of all oncumbormonts and will go tho to recon struction or revolution even he doen not Continued on Pago ANNOUNCEMENT TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS About two ago the Sioux City Journal reduced its mail sub scription rate from to M00 per In doing we anticipated reductions in These anticipated reductions have not come about on the contrafjf Print news and other Important features pf a good newspaper have been increased to the It Is now Imperative that newspapers either reduce the quality ol their such an dropping out comics and refusing to buy world pr Increase their I The publishers of The knowing that the average yewly cost of daily newspapers in the United States Ut approximately feel that they are still eivliig it decided bargain la making a rate of yw for the pally and a year for Dally and This rate becomes effective December Orders for renewals and new mall subscribers will be accented at present subscription prices of per year for the Bally per year for the Dally and to December for one yew ui Bo far oa tho German political leaders and German people the relchstasr session has simply been post But Itin a postponement that will continue until tho German chan celler has again gotten the country untter Chancellor Stresemann feels that thero in only onu way to carry through Germanys and that IH by direct and drastic meas which parliament would only hamper by Injecting bitter party feuds Into the legislative action at a time When such fights would bo fatal to the Tho act which gave the cabinet unlimited has Into the and no attempt will bo mado to revive Tho chancellor know he would but he declared privately to n party of friends that ho had no need for a sufficient basis of legislation had been enacted under its authority to give him a ground work for all meas ures necessary In his forlorn hope to saw the the monarfchists con tinue to gather all their forces for ono grout effort towards a restoration of a feel the dawn of Continued on Pago EARLY DAY OIL MAGNATE DIES EV SAN CAJU San one of the picturesque fig ures ot the early oil days In Penn died bis home An intimate friend of Frick and Edgar he was one of the men who made possible the first oil wells at Oil and piped the first natural gas to The great Pequesene the Thompson mills and others part ot the activities In which he was in He bought and expanded the Empire woolen mills at James He permanent home ut Lake Chuutauyuu many Daubleday came to San BUgo 10 years built himself a winter home and made annual trip o Inspection to James On fast trip he was ntrtckvn with He wan brought to Ban Diejjo a week ago by his wife and He was torn in leaves wife son our if   

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