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   Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 4, 1926, Ironwood, Michigan                                ONE WAY TO FOftQET THE FAULTS OP OTHERS IS TO REMEMBER YOUR "WN. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE LAUGHTER I T H t SOUND A MAN WHEN HIS HAT BLOWS OFF. VOLUME 7, NUMBER 167. ASSOCIATED PBES8 LEASED WUUS NEWS SERVICE IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1926. 14 PAGES SINGLE COPY 6 CENTS IILLBflBSEO Measure involving 000 is Passed by House and Sent to Senate. MICHIGAN I S AFFECTED Washington, Juns   final period of a group of Houie members from Ohio, Michi- gan, and Wisconsin and other states exhausted every parliamentary means to prevent passage. protracting Thurs- day s until aftei 1 o'clock this morning Contain! Fighting Items As npptntpd, thr bill con'i.ns nil of tho fighting Homo, including- tno 111- inoirt liver pioletf. tho all-American can.il iii'voy for New Yotk, purchase of thp Cape Cod cnnal, and an au- t hoi I Ion for auivey tho upper JIiNioml i Ivor .fmt before the rail on passage, tliti Hmisp rejected three motions that have manually changed the bill I Irst h} a of 199 to 07. and later l.j n mil rail count of IS', to 121. It deflated a ptopnsal by Representative Ormonnt. Ohio to send the Mil b'K-k to fommittee with Instruc- tions to eliminate the llinois liver and Tape forl projects. A similar attempt by Representa- tive Hosnonskl, Republican, M'chiijan. to thiow out the all- Ynterican canal minpy was rejected to 68, and, a motion to eliminate the uppft Misso- uri pioject, made Repiesertntlve McDutfle, Democrat, Alalid.n.i, wns down Ufl tr> 3S SOME REJECTED Veiled Begum of Bhopal The- Begum of Bhopal, shown arriving on a visit to London, for years was the only woman ruler in India, until she abdicated In favor of her second son, Nawab Zada Hamidullah, left. action ended 80 years of female rule in the little mountain state, during which time few, if any of the subjects saw their ruler's face. Washington, June refuoerl todiy 19" The to 07 to send harbors bill back to int't notions to ellm- Klin ilieis nnd -uith In.ite the Illinois river nnd Cnpe Cod can il proje< nivkllnir to fiS the House also rejected a modnn by Representative Soinowxkl Republican Michigan, to eliminate the r.uthoiizntlnn for a sur- vey of the all-American cnnal prrspo- It 1'kewlsp voted down a motion by Repiesent'itUe McDuffle, Demo- ct.it, Alabama to strike from the mea- One to 15 Years at Hard Labor in Marquette Prison is Sentence imposed. (Bv Staff Bessemer, Mich., June word picture of the life history of Arvid Larson was given the court this morn- ing when the respondent's attorney, Robeit R. Wright, announced a plea of guilty to the charge of entering Point's garage, told how Larson had been born in Ironwood and had lived there most of his life with the ex- ception of ths time that he had spent In SLhool and in the army. The childhood of Larson was pic- tured by Mr. Wright, from his birth, through his boyhood, his school days, Is life down to his appointment on the Ironv.-ood police free. Not Best of Wright pointed out that he had been appointed to the police force his associations, as is the cats of all mne' -in author for sun ey of police officers, were not of the best. He the Mliqturl rivei between Kansas City told how he had never once attempted to take property not belonging to him Crop Price Stabilization is Again Formally in the Spot- light in Congress. {Bray Wife Has, Peace Warrant Served on Him After She is Barred from His Home. HE IS RELEASED LATER Spring Green, Wii., June 'rar.k Lloyd Wright was arrested at ayllght this morning at his villa, Ta- sien on a peace warrant obtained by wife yesterday, but he was re- ased later this morning by Justice f the Peace T. H. Arthur, Dodseville, n advice of District Attorney N. S. ardman of Iowa county. Deputy Sheriff Harry Pengaley took Vright Into custody this morning as e emerged from Tallslen. The arrest ame after an all-night vigil marked y two separate "attacks" upon the bright bungalow made by Mrs. bright, who Is In Spring Green, de- ermined to establish herself as mis- ress of the famous villa. At Dodgevllle this morning, how- ver, Justice Arfliur released Wrigtit pen advice of the district attorney, ilrs Wright obtained the peace war- ant yesterday upon her statements hat Wright had threatened to do her odily harm, i It was learned this morning that Mr Wright arrived at Talisien some time ast evening. He was standing on the illtop watching the proceedings as is wife staged her two sensational ssaults upon the villa fortress. Another development In the case ame this morning when It was dis- overed that Olga Monte- egrin dancer, with whom Wright is barged by his wife with an aa at Tallslen until yesterday morn- ng when she fled. It is believed she ook the train into Madison No race of her has been found. and Sioux City Tlie vote on this mo- tlnn w 11 1II to 38. Th" motion to recommit and elimin- ate tho Illinois river and Cape Cod projects was i elected tho first time tvltliout n i coord nte but a roll call wts demanded Representative Iloonev Democrat Ohln The House on a i oil call vote, then rejected the motion 121 to 223. The- Housi? then a final vote on of the hill nt 1'07 p in, oastetn time u ith a majority in its fcmn apparently assured READY Waahmaton, June CO" "00 omnibus rlveib nnd harhois bill with tho biUeilj contested Illinois uv- er df elopment project and othei major provisions intact, was lendv for a vote on p t tod i after one oC the most spectnciilru filibusters In the House In leoent j ears had been beaten down In a continuous 14-hour snssk n Opponents of the hill, chiefly from Jtithnr-in Ohio and "Wisconsin. still had some ammunition left in then par Immentat v aisenal Including' a mo- tiim to n'commrt the bill to 
                            

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