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Evening Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Marshall, Michigan NEXT HOUSE i JPLEVETM HOUR ATTEMPT OF TWENTY STATES HAVF T1K SWJEEPIXQ TOWARD COX TO CJtEAT A FALSE ISSUE OF LEAGUE TI8ITEP INCLUDING SOME OF THE MOLIB SOUTH I 1 m 4V A i XT ArV t IIT THE COX PROGRAM IF HE IS ELECTED II HERBERT W WALKER BY RAYMOND CLAPPEB Press Staff Unitwt Press Statt Correspondent with Oov Cox Ihila Harding etwoiHe to delphia Oct fox Mnrlod O Oct 22Hls speaking his first invasion of Stew campaign closed except for four Jersey today was considering days of stumping in Ohio Sen counter movos agminst what he he Warren O Elarding was on his wty attempt back to Marion today conndent or linu Root baekr by Sennior his five excursions from the frout Harding to stem ttis tide he says lias aweiit toward hta caniiiOacy After readSng Roots to Jsia telegram demarrfinfj that the TC publicRa leader reiract hia staic nients that Mr Cos wants the league Just as Mr Wilson it the jEovernor said the ap parent objective of this movement la to misrepresent his attliidc on reaervaiona from now untU Hoa day Governor Cox believes that Root IB endeavoring to create the false issue of tlie league as written vs the league on the Lodge He said he noted similar Hardlngs Rocheator In Speech the republicans after their cHndidate has declared n favor of rejection of tle leagire begin talking of tlie Lodge rescr be said vSenalor Lodge did not write an indorsement of bis rwwvaiiona into the rcpubU can platform and at no time during his speeches in the iraus has Sen Harding declared in favor of them If the child is abandoned by MR bwn father I shall not consider myself duty hound o act us said porch have clinched thousands of voters Twenty stales several on tiie borderland of the democratic south have bean visited by the republi can nominee AH the campaign jraws toward the uievenih hour Harding 18 taking H ihore sive attitude on Hie league Issue In ail speeches recently he has em phasizefl the treaty deadlock which he says would result Irons election of Gov Cox Xot enough vctci be obtuinrd to rut through the Cox ratincatlou program In Ihu senate Harding said His atempt to carry out his promises would only result in n four year stale suatp Hardinsr said in his speeches at liophwstcr and UufTalO N Y I have teen un willing to accept the WAYNE COUNTY WILL PROB AB1A SRFKEH IN THE NEXT APPORTIONMENT CAPITAL NQ SLUMP IN REAL ESTATE Lansing Mich Oct all tta vlslujji of dominating the MUC1 TBBBB C1MTH SUPERVISORS APPROPRIATE revoct cpeai tor draia work during put There tut cootpleted and tea now in coaatracticu There have been th sold one re ten surveyed declared necessary by town boards and two unnecessary Nine concrete bridges amd six culverts have been built Contracts have been let for 8 of tile M miles of open j 4ran and 26 bridges Tile m very kafd to get and it is be June 1 before It will be U110 t LrcIUlV Jl IV JJ1 LV FOR THIS J possible to procure any Bonds FOR BOY AND GIRL CLUB have been issued on drains JUVENILE HOME FILER THURSDAY If the board of supervisors com TShapln appears elsewhere It cov ers 33 typewritten pages The roitort of the coftiuitteo to settle with couny school comrois au 113 vision or dominating the iuuuuia liouse ol under tliu tho nnmial October session sioner repored tne records in har of the new census Saturday afternoon they will have his report which Hie rrt Commit tfifi rwrtniTnorifflfifl disappointment county are due for a big with at east 30 it is to Ki 80me as they are way be now apparnt that Detmi and hi i JK aaoptoa lue committee recoair work in compart mended that the commissioner bo allowed his actual traveling ex the ueuies for truancy and INDUSTRIAL WHIRLPOOL IN ENGLAND UMOX AND GOVERNMENT KEF HLSEXTATIYES ADMITTED GRAVITY OF JJITUAT10N SOME RAILWAY SEN ARE XONCOMMJTTAL OX THE STRIKE Oct was drifting into an industrial whirl pool today Coal miners continued on strike throwlriR thousands more workers wlth fonner Thureciuy afternoon the coming sescfon of the the bcwrrt Penws for tnuuicy wort Whon and that itan for by cotnvomMti commlsaoa thC ianVe It Tho peii ue mo There numbers in the liouae and unilor the new rcnsus each than of coasinttng of Sdwurtl H P Sharrard and F ft la ROOT STILL CLAIMS COX AXD WIL SON IN COMPLETE ACCORD CARDINAL HBBON8 COMES OUT IS FAVOR OF LEAGUE BY ED Press Staff Correspondent New York Oct was ex Root out of anil runway workers stood pat on ocrats a when h s uted do tnat ADOPT their threats that failure to WIlen a quick aeUlemant with declared he will Insist upoh will mean war o the finish between the treaty juat as Mr Wilson the working class and the governj negotiated it Hoot justifies this nent Statement by citing the declara Unlon and government rcpreeentiou made by Cox early in the cam taUves admitted the gravity of the paign immediately followins his situation The government took conference at the white house to tho view the threatened strike of the effect that ae and Wilson were railway men was A bluff to foice in complete accord upon tbe reopening the miners of Nations If you have Uons changed from that complete accord An official pointed ou tthat of with him I have not heard of it the lbrc divisions of rai workers Root said entitled o a Coimties which have a moletv of or vo fxVjnnn ne lorcc oiviaions 01 raii worKers saiu P Ktowiu T that at Leed8 is nonft cominlua ODL Uwa8 Panted out at republican irtking is opposed anl headquarters today that tBe views iflHi uieesea ine ixwrti ann tok of tne i onrimi in I exnressed hv rnrHini the board and told of of cost aa a result of chulo 238S7 Van Burcn with 20 M Grand TmvVrie JOT15 Ionia llVCly SCfislon Mr DOWKJU tbat tne Iaw thcm hve rews South In anxious to strike j expressed by Cardinal Gibbons The government believed largte purely non political and it e governmen eeve arg poca an t numbers of railway workers wiU waa especially noted ho refrained Jrom Becfic remain at their tasks If a atrike ts called 20 and the u niu uumiJcraiiR uKUMii ion a and nr r V it because ft is not oJy n St Joseph in csicli of those li F cowfty Agrinil aoidiers reJief And nnwicr iiih in Illral i l Ifiniicson Thc the finwl American and unwise but beraus it is wholly ImtioEsibic ct ntent aod slmpiitends to tuep the American people in a Torment of ualcss controversy Harding somewhat ir ed today as a rcsnlt of his steady traveling rfcnntly A old kft him with a slight nnd lioareancss of Oue Report of County Treasurer X SEPTEfBEB TO cases Way no county xvilt call lively scrap of the that the law prmSded the calYwl article ten or the coVenant whkh Is mU professed themselves unhe real in tbe campaign Al ert thereport of the C A Aldrlch of the injurcssed DV the threas of Koii i80 tht emphasize tne fact that tne EfTi1 t08t 8 much radical cardinal has been a republ c ieanof Ue transport mon anc o whem cil UIIOP to initi difference approjrtotwl iowards be is to the fund as the amotmt KK if 10 wxinHes which have fiiilen below the increase of that awtjoiiriatcd for a clerk tin andutdir tho now ment will he adfJwi to trlct nnvi far mippllew nnd 1230 rrnl Aiiwna 17 if s ntilo away from hoine IK continued roovoft fo tlie ainount o it withdrew iho motion R moved to appropriate Mr nnn Iwartt motion BS amended was carried for is appropriated A ro ts waa taken to oclock ieanors of Uie transport men and At ihe sanwjinvc frcmicr Uoj0 ttcorse had Informed the house of Eastprn that the situation wasf le fin hope Ldd vice ordinal Gibbons has bolted Party any more than BILL DRAFTED IN LONDON TO MEET THE GENERALSTRIKE FEAREW THAT IT WILL BE IM POSSIBLE TO MEET TERMS OF RAILWAY WORKERS BY WEiJB MILLER United Press Staft Cumspc London Oct emergency bill giving the government war lime powers with the right to use military forces for any purpose will be introduced u the British parliament for passage Monday The bill drarted to meet the threatened general strike in sun port of the British miners the government power to ration and control all resources The bill was said to have been drafted aid ready for preaenU lioii and immediate passage Mon day It was assumed introduction upon delayed until Monday to jire rait resumption of negotiatJoae striking miners if the way shoMld be opened bpfore the expi ration of viUJmauime the government It was stated semiofflcially that the fears it wM be impossible tt meet the terms of railway and transport workers n an effort to get them to cancel their strike ar he had not Riv 11 that folow conferrctl unoflScIallr view by aomc papers Strike orders go Into effect Sim day midnight unless countermand ed Tho transport men will make no strike arrangements next today regardless I week carry lengthy inter The transporters acting alone would be compelled to take nds Uaa been county nml hus which are Brrien t7nr Callioua 729ISand naw with rnay hnvi two with of or I County Treasurer Chaplu proj curacy wiUi which the hooks arc WR report to Iho board moipJ wjJi RU K today A summary is i native Ma population ia 7r nn the president of the farm is to approve of the bills Mr Kruin presented a report the continuation of this widows pension fandandone fomtors nud if It IH rot continued fund was ordered paid out of inn federal appropriation for it contingent fund will so to county It report of the fodurnl poor was and of inter was his of HardiiiRs position re i r Uvlnssto Is ihe onh rotttv Mnieti toe fodurnl ot tne poor was f thC AT lU Si1 r 0 The committee to ticttle with First National Bank Mai 93 OR reported everything SHBU Ptliecked to the count and itt their central Natinnnl Bank report they saJd We desire to j Buttle Creek9803974 thank Uio trousurcr anil Trust Funds BOliss ty lor the courtaey the I Dint riot No 2S2 7T4KA2 feoHsniIUsc In tha etmiilttaitou otloiib in Salo 9fll SO records of Iho oitfca nnd we 8ntS Bounty farm mtlrmcrt warm the it iiijj farm bureau which paid wltfj tkum it this year Rjrurort as nuing tills Vnoncv jo Islrp a b fllli tti i j Jal iri IIR of total reccpls i is quoted points of the snna Hardings Tin i nnj l II Pv AactiiJiriSr j nf rcwning nc nss never bteu equivocal lit s perfectly toffiirnl and enlire decision of the satisfactory thronghout Prom raft war menin s ntrlke speech of occeptanco down ftm Mrving ttie Kovprnmpnt with j throuRhosit the campalKn overy aa ultimatum came dramatically thSni ban said has been con st tha end of a long iwsslon of of afitnt If the home hnve the y ntenat j urifrlual i 1 M TfiomaK Sabor committed with virtual baliotc hut thve may be that delay if un executive meotlns of the trade union con gress is called as rhreatemyj roneresf parllumentaiy commlitee itas ftRtsounccd the executive iug be raJied If the nwtt does not resume with tho miners before Friday mid rlsftt WOMANS DITY TO FITRIFY to Ann Arbor Oct puri fication of ftolUIcA Is a task for women of In the r UhHtx attended lie of Marion Ror linrtnti C of State Ice president of the rniyersitv of in Gram j Mfchlwiii who address the wo J fcomroend the neatness and uc Total BsJilding Fund 119701 Cemetery Trust Fund SMO Contimsent Fund 1S8IH4S3 Deer Licnce Acct Delinquent Taxes Drain Account S73027 Inheritance Tas 1138I2S Library Account 6371 S Mort Bond Acct 2S401CO Mothers Pension Acct 1957643 Credits 440353 200228 20457162 232lu 10733947 1135123 inR235r i840J 00 Primary School Acct 18921000 Account 33040fti 271ftS828 170503 Ii43D377 2B02S 10000 Koud Bond Soldiers Relief Wcct State Slate luHtUulionv Teachers Jtnstl Fund Acct 27239107 15SS77 H2S652 2911S8 2325 aoaocs 7027D I Hal Debit OB forlinp in W Mrs John Stein of AMegan was ternoon ihe fiwiba UUKV nml ng to xvoiry tnatrli says Mr K to tiax mik K R ljnud Mnynr K F was sold from Hoajelin nf AMtlrm If dtirlna1 your 20 i uiuon no bf the farfn a lf lhw Ui ot stn John F Cans hi Rreater 10 tin In work aii ut Pnis and prlday onrouto to thto Office Of fanfi UP Of IKE llWrnit Wir 1 forho tucHt U oMh nrwrn le HskPd home ox witvre wiie will visit her Pd ho i ffon art daughter A fawrrynee WrlBht of IxJmUn Womans than ever Krtwanl MclVake f naltle faKl I ho bwinwrf maniiRpr propriMio nnd M A C IlsM0 nt to 11 of tin real cxlH itcni 392999 pn of Michigan that not Ukcly to slump in proving j cheering iKwr u the i is i W llllvo dnriiiK h i 011 Past and tn of oth d have put money into rual n for tnvcutmnnU Tile rraitiirti 200017 253347 14US77 thu farm burwiu com this The H IB Hlmoot a inBti not the wtnty H mcuKiiro If Tho lie iironoHiiJnR IM home rwomtnouded hat the HicmlNirHiilp a lotitf uciilth tri the 1UUI ahi for ISOfjOO to purr their Uaate luUnHiH The rrixirt wert a Ctwk Thc mf 1 Lln aduirtcrt tht r II a Uttl IVrf S Hi tl 3 WfUm J here worn ie I nrtw liri KftKiantl Wright of IxiniUin duHnB she year The an1 XlWi nttUcd for rcJier who hatt been tuic the guest aKkori for Donations j of his moUier Mrs T Wrlcht n or iu4tvt for NW York nest KT Farm Bureau Gives nnd 1 Profitable Trip It c a nmnncr wliioh will make H a Ur for 1 fcuj tiw l j Tuesday nnd will Hail for nf ihf lionie B Rurtoft chnrseri the women ot SHI campus to conform In drww of vvainxnEiood standards taken from table IAHU1 MMBKR I PKOPIK KM KfVKU PRATKAl ouo juvenile IKHSOSK YIStTIMJ JMHJIS o j Tio tanu bureau tlmxifih P C n aittUeson county miast cxtcndffl SOV COX SENDS IKSSA6E TO TNE WOMEN OF AMERICA tlcy are a of enwgins an haaa Sept 30 mo I771370M 21230534 li2SO54 BANG Smash Crash Going Down hat ihey an iluo for crcaiitt lit u nhort n ninny valuw have been umsls of what property for ilurinc fie ommlitoo to report of rho commltleo on a hlR In n 1Orsiii to rnnnnge and girls ijuh work wax reponon adonictl that the county appropriated JISWI tommlttefl on rtnuw ii on ths to lhc Haary of an omrcr Biibntittod a tlie farm burcaci wouliJ pn hy Jiisties It Is W YOU want arty Kurop wm nor Battle course we cannot unless do The U A L I We offer fhe following prices foar Saturday Oct 23 CASH ONLY PORK Loin or Ib3Sc Pork per Ib30c Pork Ik 25c Pure Pork per BEEF From Iftc to 4Oc per s E R V I t Hipr tins matter yoii sections 9 a AnNRr ivomance rllc Io5io of HWP iwy llls A I110 ready the salary of tin of J L ua Charlotte Oct teacher Thv ntollon K R Komi mont ia niHdo nt the approaching to IRlle the waa Joat county dent nmnlasa of William Ptirkhurst We lavu an dKricnlUirnl tcAch Tim committp SiDfSilh son of i t and MJgs Huzci nl daughter of Sir and Alra Ayer town appointe on roads and j ii i uu thl rawnemnaing the work be done us uakcd for in bo ii the report of the road eomn Journal trij utarto by twenty biSes funiithwt Uy donation Tis Creek Krnatarinm rani waw that vltHw anii r Bab cek a dctsiind talk on watering on bis gar dcia of Kcvera va riedes of ajjacb carrols am cl Tlfs Lukewfjotl tsiry fjim at fjOfciac next visited mii Mr Slaaby Mr and Stipt Kin gave instnictlorm on obscrvationa to Iw ncrountnd for tc HRht this wnrVoithe purpose a slriuular developmoat tlie o mothers tdkt wa war Ami jnst and ur anu jarl lucnunn wioer ifiierests are just and thn annmnVi HiitthliiH of San Anttnfo entitled to loadrm for granted Tho the weddtag to lo solcm nse twlarloa paid by the ndopted KanM Tllu in iJn v aa ifi ntzsxl on ArmJalke day nwnty aa is hn farmer There U iit SL Mnrka churcli i n San arn lho relailera All are an much JJic coiimiiftoe to settle with slierlff and to 6R I th A ported allltema checked the office on treaeurers offlce U show Antonio Tho encasement of ihe nnJ n yoimg pcnifie is the result of 1 ii ii Ti IlGfi p o no I I OFI In the avfutlon hcrvice Tho farm bureau is or od u toal of at Kejly Meld j piinJzod o look out for the vvtl fumed ever Ttie reoort Miss Hutchlns Is a bkllle vlo faw farmer and ouRht lo Mnlst ind alao popular in sovi all ttm work declarW Mr She been a member of tbe aympbony orchestra of her cliv or Uu past three years During gave moat of Iwr time I inp the soldlors ton army hmpitale ii nnd Antoio Sho Is n of Helntont collcgo Nash villij TCTH Vr Smith won writer on the fUtHJiisslon the of ihe was adopt H PuiTer elected cwmty i 9g fOT BiX Dorothy Lohrkc of Albion was resleeted county Tlie fomiulttee on Mrs r Johnson of Tokoti Croshy of and of Albion wero elect m UT1 Journa Sotitlsorn MitliiRann Important dulr farm of HoUteijiKrioalan cattle owned by WiSbcr Siirasup wan next reached The character iritirs of several valuhblc nnimalK were noted of ajijile trees bllgiit nnd results wore Xevton A short talk on potiltrv Riven Orahin Ook nrov farm in Union City liav nundrexi leghorn was another iiitcrcsiins feature of poultry ir coveia the trip The flnc Mich 22 to CHICKENS Pound iOO front A parts for for tbf hMt plalform lor Tirlze then rwchuled in of road cnmmffBloner This of ista of western ParkAmerican VfOLKXTJY ILL aitman Four atctcn chicken as well tn the birds are a to the owner the RlvcrvSew farm owned lv K O of Tokorisha tiie enfin party were treared to water melons itnd miiRkmelonn by ihe owner What a The KIM mcfdcrYi for cattle rait JnK an dfeed storing were wen hero The mllklnjr machitsps in oiwra tton s thing of Interest nt hlunrt The WIIK iwoiiili srraniff fair rn ta cichlblts i r wrk Air ywcUcsois Supt Kinjf Mr Sir i Jrow a very murk Nature Responds your side every time you eat GrapeNuts tkif tftiurdy blend ofwKeat 9xd NB VMMlw malted bariey body and brain witK jtutt toe of tmtrition that Nature for health and vitfor
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