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Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - January 3, 1925, Waterloo, Iowa Classified Advertising One of the powerful and at the same time Inexpensive In business today Courier ads reach practically one in Waterloo Telephone 5100 AND WATERLOO REPORTER WEATHER Generally fair tonight ami Sunday not much in sunrise Sunday sunset Sunday 4 Monday i Courier 1868 WATERLOO SATURDAY JANUARY 3 1925 NOOK EDITION 3 CENTS HOME EDITION 3 NEW CABLE MAY CLARIFY PUZZLING DEBT In the Spotlight of TODAY'S News BY B T B re- MAKE US AX The French debt situation mains as uncertain as ever rick American ambassador is bling the state department full as to the overtures made by the French government but the early belief that these were real negotiations is giving way to the sad conviction that they are only a continuation of informal and DU unofficial talks It makes a difference The thing is getting to be an an- nuisance Washington is fast reaching the mood where It will expect and ask a definite offer from Paris FUTILE PROVED OF 25 Fugitives From Poison Gas End Long Exile In 1900 America Had Just En- tered on Seeming Period of Expansion OUR BALANCE A picture of Waterloo a mail order town is presented by master report today QUICKLY AND COMPLETELY STOPPED Jan 1 Same Year Kaiser helm Launched Program Culminating in Uy MARK SULLIVAN Washington D C Jan week includes two an- ing that last year postal money f ders bought elsewhere and sent and one cashed here totaled a quarter and the other last Thursday million dollars more than money i The two have rather striking Buyers in many Uon of aud send their money to U b loo for the products of our ies HIGH P O they form the basis for considering one important turn the history of the United States took during the last 25 one important The stamp business at the local it was confidently expected to amounted to nearly take but did not 000 more in 1924 than in 1923 this business was transacted at less Maiden Speech cost It cost the government less On Jan 9 1900 25 years ago money to sell worth of Albert J Beveridge of Indiana one stamps here last year than it did the f wo youngest United States sell worth tho ye fore In private business would be considered a remarkable record In public business it is a phenomenon ft BANK year at the time the other be- iss that ing Marion Butler of South lina made his maiden speech in the senate He had spent the in- terval between his election to the senate and his taking his seat in a trip to the Philippines In the course of that trip there occurred RILLUM MR KEY TO z RHODE Opening today of the Brotherhood National bank in one many episodes that attend -A ffl ever- nf -n land Ore brings to 15 the institutions railroad ed his of appearance which was even greater than his youth in fact In Japan a United of banking by the States consul to whom he started introduce himself as the senator its success No -one denies that laughed out of there are special problems and 1 dangers connected with it but in case of the railway unions these have been met with wisdom and caution George Burnhard president of AHho the Democrats carried the State of Rh ode Island a year ago the Republicans held a ma in the senate because of an old law which allows all cities one Lieut Toupin to Chamber in the capitol ator Fred Austin Smithfield in an unsuccessful e buster lasted the year Helpless and Planes Useless Without Carriers Admiral Says LANDING FIELDS ON SEA DECLARED NECESSITY U S Navy Helpless in Attack Unless Planes Available Is Claim Crabs Spoil Ice on Floyd River Supply Near Alton Limited Alton la Jan prices will foti sky high next summer is the chilly outlook here A most peculiar situation has bed vicinity its ice ply ibis year When ico hands wont to the river today to start cutting it was ered that thousands oE crabs He on tho of the Floyd river crust By HEAR ADMIRAL W V FULLAM U S X Retired Written for I X S Copyright 1923 Washington D C Jan naval air force is manifestly a force of combatant airplanes that can be permanently maintained with the fleet and utilized in battles at sea for scouting fighting and bombing A naval air force that can't company the fleet is no naval air force at all If it cannot move and the fleet in every part of the it cannot be properly classed as a unit of the navy If can only operate from PI RECEIPTS 1924 SET ftT LESS EXPENSE Ambassador at Paris Admits Only Receipt of French Unofficial Note WASHINGTON PUZZLED BY CONFLICTING CABLES Officials Determine to Form No Opinion Until Full Report Is Received Despite Tremendous Increase in Business Operating Cost Is Much Smaller Having equipped himself first-hand knowledge of one tant aspect of what was then the paramount political issue in the United States Senator Beveridge in his maiden speech addressed the new Portland hank is a former I himself to this saying engineer People to say that a man could not successfully step among other What shall history say of Shall it say that we renounced swivel chain Not every man can left the savage to But some the brotherhood his base condition the wilderness from an engine cab to a members are getting their profit on their money OUR GAIN are A wire own to the reign of waste deserted own duty abandoned glory forgot our sordid profits even because we led our strength and read the our powers with the er's eye and the mind? Shall it say that called by events port of an attempted bank robbery to captain and command the at Garrison concludes with tho ablest purest race of history formation that the bandits fled in in history's noblest work we de- the direction of Waterloo and that great Workman Collects for Mosquito Bite as Industrial Risk San Francisco Cal Jan 3 state industrial accident today decided that a mosquito bite on the tongue constituted an industrial ard and as such awarded liam Miller laborer week until he re- covers Miller who was bit on the tongue last June 10 at Van Sickle Island near Pittsburg California has been unable to since Lime His tongue became infected from the Going Today I the Associated Press I Rutland Mass Jan exiled Rhode Island Republican senators are home today the exile which began after the re- lease of bromine gas in the chamber June 19 ended when the general assembly adjourned after a session which began Jan 1 1924 Worn out by the strain of the i conducted by era tic minority in which protracted sittings were common the last of 52 hours and during which disorder i several times occurred with threats of violence 21 of the 22 Republicans left the state They established themselves here j in a hotel and many of their ilies soon followed and the hotel be- came almost completely a substation Of the Rhode Island capital Own Community The exiles organized r selves into a close-knit TO The senators led a life in the open An Old Fashioned Inaugural Parade Planned March 4 D C Jan There will be an oldfashioned inaugural parade 4 with marching delegations it was indicated day following the appointment of William T Gallagher local banker as chairman of in- augural committee Gallagher's appointment was by President Coolidge He will havo charge of all ments for the inaugural apart from the official ceremonies at the capitol CBy United Prsssl Washington D C Jan 3 second and fuller report from Herrick at Paris on the i French debt situation began to Postal receipts in Waterloo in over the state department's 1924 show a tremendous leap cables this afternoon government figures of other The report which described the Ray C Eggert postmaster ambassador's continuation of with Prime Minister ed today Receipts the past year were compared with and Finance Minister 979.43 for 1923 a gain of tol is understood to increase the 534.96 This does not include mystery surrounding France's money received by the register intentions Omaha Contractor fnr which restored their physical I VI rY U V O Tho believed they are members gang yeggs operating out of that We will not renounce our part in the mission of our race trustee un- the civilization of the we to our work not like whipped to their of burdens but gratitude for a jury investigating the death dwarfed any previously of Mrs whose body 1 town They provided th The hotel became the focal of the town The party Omaha Neb Jan fourth of July celebration which any previously in the They provided the orators at the foot of the composed half of the parade and way in tho basement of her every one in fireworks yesterday afternoon today The local storekeepers adapted mended that her husband John W stocks to the senators tastes Hahne Disarming Parley Gathering Speed Washington D C Jan crystallizing of the another international conference on disarmament was force is not a seagoing force It is a land force In one breath we are told with some boastfulness that every will carry three planes ery cruiser two and every destroyer and submarine one Need Landing Fields In the next breath we are told that after these planes get up into the air and fly around they must have a place to land or they will drop helplessly into the In we must have landing fields at sea otherwise our air force is useless after a few hours And this statement is used by conservative naval officers and experts as an I argument for more battleships and The airplane carrier is a ing landing field Lacking carriers we lack naval landing fields And lacking these the planes that we stow on our battleships and ers are of use only for a few utes Our air force evaporates Two battle cruisers are now being converted into carriers But we are informed these ships will not be finished until the autumn of 3026 At Mercy of British Fleet That means they cannot possibly be manned and ready for battle before the autumn of 1927 Despite this condition the asser that our money order departments Re- 1022 were and in 1921 were The 1924 gain over 1922 was December Heaviest Month Last was the heaviest December in the history of the local postoffice receipts totaling The banner month of 1924 was March with was the smallest in re- with Waterloo take considerable tho un- worthy of our strength and obtrusive pride in the fact that wo thanksgiving to almighty God that include in our number some of the he has marked us as his chosen snappiest yeggs out of captivity If people to lead in the the bank watchman will regeneration of the world pay us a visit we will He has made us adepts in ro arrange n banquet for him that we may administer be attended by a committee of government among savage and yeggmen Our yeggs He peoples And of all our are real we know they race he has marked the American would welcome an opportunity to people as his chosen nation to get chummy over the coffee cups ly lead in the regeneration of the and discuss whether they were on world We are trustees of were not the chaps who exchanged j the world's progress guardians of shots with tho watchman its righteous peace The judgment find that Mae Hahne to her inflicted by j was almost a commu her husband John W Hahne and I in itself Twice death visited recommend that he be turned over u aml once a marriage was i in an international con- formed when a c of the senators transferred her announced he would warmly ceremony to Rutland so that her j port a proposal for a conference to memorandum on the French position is not included in the part Herrick's report so far received apparently considers the memorandum does not clear whether it is an cial or unofficial document and whether it is a refunding offer or merely another promise Explains of By the Associated Press Paris from all further information as to The surprising thing about all the step taken by Finance Minister this is that the increased work is in in formal tO Ul f 1 by the Eggert at less expense thau rv ever before less A substantial decrease in formal e ri rv n AM Jr A rench debt American u jv ucci i TT n costs of handling mail he n the reports for both 1924 and Trado Balance Favors Waterloo had not yet forwarded to ton which the minister of finance had handed him Pie said he had been The money order department in the most informal and during the discussions with year and sent out of town but in postal money Waterloo's gain being or nearly a quarter of a million Would Save Presidents from Malicious Washington D C Jan 3 of the government ing the contents of the dum The document M iel handed the ambassador was en- titled an unofficial concerning French public opinion on the payment of France's to the United States To Avoid Misunderstanding Ambassador Herrick said he I- I IS U II V contractor and real picture Shows to others In the air a charge ami sporting erents swelled their Slons committee I There are five airplane carriers with visitors from Rhode After the president had let it be in British -ir known yesterday that he regarded j e Borah's proposal to link ed against malicious de- or in the house today by could make no statement regarding the memorandum further than that it contained an unofficial tion regarding the manner of the French debt payment report stated Hahne immediately arrested was Garrison is a town between sart and Bandits leaving there in the direction of Water loo might also be going in the di- rection of Chicago Minneapolis and Spokane Wash The ticker was 10 minutes of the master is upon as Issue America that year set up this question of expansion ns the political issue of the tial campaign debated it and heard it debated in the senate and on the stump at the election that year seemed to give the sort of answer Senator hind the stock market this ing Sales totaled 570.000 elected ami in tho first hour with steel radio Roosevelt who were for expansion and electrical stocks making a to 0 point advance The tion boom has covered two months now and is still strong Iti f is powered by renl confidence in the prospects of prosperity 3 as the Republicans called it defeated William J Bryan and and were aga Democrats Further than deciding it as a po issue America actually took immense strides toward expansion subdued the Philippines estab Work is in progress today at civil government in ilar River park toward Hooding the Rico maintained Gen Leonard lagoon there which will produce Wood as governor general in Cuba nn ice surface measuring adopted a territorial form of mately 50 by 220 The rink eminent for Hawaii and Pat's pond is already in use Tutuila in Samoa Further than Next week will find rinks that it happened that in the sam with better safer and more con- year we sent 3.500 troops to China venient ice than the river suppress the Boxer rebel father might attend Observe All Holidays Thanksgiving a gigantic Ideal only with disarmament if that I were deemed wisest overpower the United States air force many hours before the fleets could come into contact and they could then proceed leisurely to bomb and torpedo our ships oft the seas regardless of the battleship ratio Furthermore by shooting down our spotting planes they could render our big guns useless at Reid Republican The ambassador stated he had Along with it Reid decided to give out this further in- ed a resolution calling for a con- formation because he felt there investigation to was likely to arise e great deal of or falsity of misunderstanding if nothing at all He would discuss certain details Which Des Moines Jan building winked lights from every dall suffering a slight cold did window until the clock ID the not tin fit hit was the senatorial family Lty Christmas a tree bore gifts for j ranges beyond yards j and New Year's eye the four-story i in I ttt Here again the battleship is of no account Air Ratio Key fo Victory the key to this fundamental insist on in- ration of our guns navies the com- Jan persons the allegations now appearing were said in a weekly magazine's series discuss articles on Woodrow Wilson ten by a woman friend EARNINGS were supposed to be among M such as for the moratorium period to be increased suggestions small nominal interest a reduction of from net earnings for 1923 the payments began Details Not Confirmed he TO DIK 111 Jan a and la years while the ipd over which repayment is to run lis given all the way from 68 years to 100 years The American j declined to confirm or I deny the of any of these he murder June 22 last of Police office lieutenant Sidney Sears the landslide which swept state with the stamp of approval placed in their course by the voters they en- ter Tuesday upon a new legislative year D mu i PILE SHIP BURNS New York World i Boosts Sale Price Xew York Jan 3 The New York morning daily announces an increase in from 2 to 3 cents effective Monday A j statement on the front page the depressing fact that our naval policy since the ar- has led us straight to the rear and not to the front in naval preparedness It is amazing that some naval ig- nore the present helplessness of our fleet in air power They continue to shout vociferously for gun and blisters which will contribute nothing to victory in the next war on the sea If the enemy commands the air with bombs aud poison pas our fleet will remain a helpless target Stacey Louisville Ky recently j convicted of the murder of Rubenstein a merchant yesterday tne It is understood sentenced to be hanged Friday Feb 13 Stacey's will be the first execution in Macon Herrick had government matter secret aud that for making a brief regarding it was that county in 25 years One Passenger Rolls lion took steps toward beginning on On your Q he cana anf and the moonlight 11 for the purchase of the Danish West which on that occasion were re- on two column wait for YOU A brought disaster to Charles Dawson at 3 in today The horse and son's disputed the right of way on Rainbow drive and Dawson and his car emerged from the tilt in sadly battered condition The horse when seen later maintained a studied silence his movements during the morning hours Whether ho was on an errand of crime or of ove has not been ascertained but his presence on the drive without ft tail light is regarded as Down Plank to Safety as Mohawk Blazes the white and ink that Coroners Jury Suicide Verdict made up the paper cost per copy MAYOR r Not Accepted in Death at Cedar Rapids Yeggs Get from O'Hara Show la Jan for Xew San Felice The Courier should he ered at your home before o'clock TC thru error of the carrier hoy or other cause you fail to receive your paper by that time please Phone 5100 and cory of the paper will be sent Phone culls must reach this office before p m By Wilmington Del Jan women prayed a plucky little Havana Cuba Jan j iho Assoc mayo of Manuel i Cedar Rapids Salas has been assassinated County Attorney W J Barngrover to a dispatch to Kl Mundo here this morning that from that city No details were he might conduct an independent given Guantanamo in near the investigation into the death of girl strummed a ukelele and sang j American naval base OH T Ior railroad fireman whose ea tho burning ship leaped for their lives when and crew were rescued at sea from I the Mohawk liner which was tled in Delaware hay Friday after- noon High praise was voiced today by who learned of the heroism of which battled smoke fire and for 15 hours until ships went to the hawk's rescue and all on board the burning vessel were transferred with difficulty in a high sea FOR icst was found near the homo of his wife whom he is ated Nrw Year's day Dns Jan cracked twp safes in the theatre during the night approximately in cash It is believed the secluded selves in the theatre during tne performance and waited had left The stolen money represented receipts from the Kiske O'Hara show from French sources seemed likely to cause misunderstanding if i he continued to remain r Washington Waits Washington D C Jan Manifestly puzzled by the flood of contradictory reports which have from Paris during ths last 24 hours administration concerned in the war debt dis- France determined today to form no opinion regarding latest developments in the French capital until they had received a full report from dor From a condensed sent uru j ir j previously ami considered at WhO Killed Mail cabinet meetings officials here understood that Herrick had received a note from French nance Minister outlining ja French proposal for a debt for More The ambassador's message did Injured Girl Now Facing Murder Charge RON HANK Columbi bandits hel News Wire Kansas City Mo Jan catiour that a first degree murder not sive of the plan be placed today er and he was asked for further here today obtaining Washington D C Jan A jury night Ono of the women was struck by Weather outlook for the week a verdict of suicide but j one of the bandits but not i wants to assure ly hurt Upper Mississippi and lower was not duo to violence Missouri a brief for the pun with which of rains during first half and is to have oud- of rain or snow during the his was continued today tor half near or above normal most of week ex- cept for a brief cold spell about the middle of the week i No word has been received from the dead man's mother the body will be held here pending in- from her KNOS Davenport la Jan 46 carpenter committed suicide by from tho ratter in his workshop day Ill health is said to have led the act the heart of were seen when I held without bond I 1 fX T 1 T O Jan 3 Phillip Damico information eld up two women bank s near th downtown dis- i 1 Paris was lu i stead of a f I th ard i dispatches from that M the embassy only unofficial his cir said to hive ot a somewhat hour had thc fd down Edward o 62 it skidded into a taxi MIPS Grace Wilcox the TUe between these two and then on Russell Cloush i classes of documents in diplomatic driver of the leaped on Is so lhat officials running board of car to discuss the was hurled off Damico later nor to form any opinion of arrested his home on twii
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