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Albert Lea Examiner (Newspaper) - April 7, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Albert Lea examiner. Albert Lea. Minnesota. U. S. Favors new War debt Parley Hughes in memorandum sent Germany sees desire for further negotiations. Fred Beauvais a s. Stand is shown arb Erica backs up allies a holding Germany responsible for War and morally bound to pay the limit. Washington formal statement of the United slates As to German reparations is contained in an Exchange of communications with German government officials made Public by the state department. They Are in the form of memoranda transmitted through Loring Drexel american High commissioner at Berlin. The German communication dated March 23, was Winter by or. W alter Simons German foreign minister and asserted it was a entirely Clear both to the government and people that Germany must make reparations to the limit of her ability to but fought a examination by Una used experts to determine the extent of her ability. U. S. Reparation stand Given. In his reply dated March 29, Secretary of state Hughes expressed pleasure it Germany s a unequivocal expression of its desires to pay to the limit of ability and declared the United states a stands with the government of the allies in holding Germany responsible for the War and therefore morally bound to make reparation so far As May be a this government a Secretary Hughes memorandum said a believes that it Recognises in the memorandum of or. Simons a sincere desire on the part of the German government to reopen negotiations with the allies on a new Bas s and Hopes that such negotiations once resumed May Lead to a prompt settlement which will at the same time satisfy the just claims of the allies and permit Germany hopefully to renew its productive Harding favors separate peace. President Harding is understood to have approved immediate reintroduction of the Knox peace Resolution when Congress convenes next week. Final decision has not been reached however it was indicated by Republican leaders As to when it would be pressed for adoption. Hopes Are said to be entertained in administration circles that definite Progress toward a Concord of nations on a new world peace program might be possible within a Short time. For that reason it was intimated a period of three months or so might be allowed to elapse before action on the Resolution was taken by Congress. Solido Relief merger favored special commission urges consolidation of bureaus under one executive officer. News of state tersely told recent happenings in Minnesota Given in Brief items for Busy readers. Legion backs plan entire Field covered would furnish Quick Relief for Mer who have suffered under divided government responsibility chairman Dawes says. Neva of events in Gopher state gathered from Many different sources and arranged in Crisp readable form. Fred Beauvais Canadian trapper and part Indian named As correspondent in the suit by James a. Stillman for divorce from Quot fifis Potter Stillman. Rail adjustment seen bondholders and labor leaders meet in new York. Four regional boards to supervise management and operation of roads in favor. $300,000 Blaze in Mill City dense smoke hampers firemen s efforts to Check fire. Minneapolis fire originating in the basement of the Northern display company building. 406 eighth Avenue South swept the two Story Brick build ing. Seriously damaged adjoining structures and for More than an hour threatened several blocks of apartments and business houses. The Loes was estimated by fire officials to be $300,000. The fire was one of the most stubborn Ever experienced in Minneapolis fire officials said. Great Clouds of smoke rolled through the roof doors and windows completely hiding the building thus greatly hampering the firemen. Court raps method of Drys Minneapolis judge denounces policy of trapping wets. Minneapolis the policy of Federal prohibition agents a to trick a Man into breaking the Law wag denounced by judge Page Morris when Charles Hal Loren Bellboy at the Dyc Kinan hotel Minneapolis pleaded guilty in Federal court to Selling whisky to agents March 27. The evidence disclosed that the agents had rented a room at the hotel and then negotiated with Halloren for the whisky. Hal Loren was lined $25. New York the National association of owners of Railroad securities in cooperation with the representatives of the a big four Railroad brotherhoods and the shop crafts and Teleg Raphers took Steps Here to bring about an adjustment of the present Railroad situation. Which was declared to be a destructive and after an All Day conference s. Davies Warfield president of the association. Ai d Warren s. Stone grand chief of the brotherhood of locomotive engineers spokesman for the Railroad employees in a joint statement said that both sides a feel convinced that a solution is practicable and through proper co operation Between All parties in interest and governmental agencies charged with the responsibility in these matters there should be avoided any further substantial delay in adjusting this while the statement did not set Forth any plan to be pressed in the next Congress it is understood that j the labor leaders were favourable to the a a Warfield plan of Railroad control which has been proposed by the Security owners association. This plan submitted by or. Warfield to j the interstate Commerce commission j at Washington last month provides for a National railway service division i of the commission and four regional railway boards to supervise the Man i gement Sud operation of the Railroad system. It is designed to co ordinate facilities and bring about greater efficiency and Economy in Railroad management and operation. Washington of a Rogrs in solving the government s problem of caring for former service men. The her sick or disabled or physically in but having financial claims to be adjusted was made Here at the firs meeting of president Harding a special commission headed by Charles g. Dawes of Chicago and appointed to inquire into the situation. It was unanimously agreed that the administrative machinery now operating separately in the several i Fields of soldiers Relief should be consolidated under one Central authority probably a new executive officer who would be responsible directly to the president. Bureau Heads present. Heads of All the bureaus having to do with treatment of the War veterans were present and in reply to questions from chairman Dawes and colonel f. W. Galbraith jr., National commander of the american legion said they favored the general idea of a consolidated service Bureau. This endorsement Charles Dawes said promised Quick solution of the problem As it related to the general administration of Aid for men who Are alleged to have suffered under the system of divided governmental responsibility. Placing the Public health completely in charge of the proposed new executive head to the exclusion of All j but Soldier work was favored but this suggestion brought from medical a glorifies present statements that such a course would endanger the National health. Sawyer enters objection. Brigadier general Charles e. Saw yer who appeared As the presidents personal representative declared Era Phat Cally that the Public health service should be retained As an entity. He was supported by others of his profession who asserted if would be an unwise step taken at the expense of the nation s health. Chairman Dawes however expressed the belief that this service could be placed in j Der the one directing head without endangering the Public health because the official in charge would not be an extremist who would seek the betterment of soldiers to the detriment of the nation a Ltd a whole. A the essence of the whole thing a or. Dawes said in discussing the work of the investigating commission a is Speed. Something remedial should be Lone without delay without waiting for construction of permanent hospitals. Soldiers now without treatment will have passed the stage where hospitals will help them if we amnesty plea to Harding u. S. To probe ship crash deaths stand at ten in Pacific coast disaster. Seattle Steamboat inspectors have begun preliminary investigation into the Collison off Point Wilson in the Strait of Juan de Fuca Between the Admiral line passenger Steamer governor and the freighter West Hartland which resulted in the sinking of governor with the probable loss of ten lives. The inquiry which was called to determine whether officers of either ship should be charged with responsibility for the Accident was held behind closed doors. Ten persons seven passengers and three members of the governors Crew a were counted missing. Officers of the Admiral line said it was possible this number might be reduced. Russ pledges Aid to Turkey British mines face ruin Idle employees attack guards and flood pits strike May spread. London the stoppage of All Coal mining in great Britain is an accomplished fact and the question the Public is considering anxiously is whether the paralysis will extend to the railways and other Means of transportation and even spread among the workers generally. The most serious feature of the position continues to be the threat of ruin of the mines by flooding. The miners took Strong measures in several places against the owners who Are protecting their property. There was a successful attack on the guardian of an important mine near Edinburgh Scotland. A thousand miners marched to the pit head of the Ocean collieries in Rhondda Wales and successfully demanded the withdrawal of All officials working the pumps. The referees in several towns have refused the applications of striking miners for unemployment pay. Washington amnesty for persons convicted for War time offences was requested of president Harding by a delegation of labor leaders headed by Samuel Gompers president of the american federation of labor who called at the White House. The pre Biden was quoted by members of the i delegation a having said he was giving the matter serious consideration with the object of doing Justice. Soviet to help moslem in event of Allied attack. Washington soviet Russia pledges Hughes is silent on note military support to Turkey in the event Turkey is attacked by the Al a lied Powers or by Greece according j to a comprehensive summary of the i i treaty concluded March 16, Between 1 to refuses to discuss sending of missive to Japan on Yap question. Washington Secretary Hughes refused to discuss published reports that a a Terr to Volch a a american government had in a official Circle her econ note o Japan on the Sut Jet of the i land of Yap in particular and Moi British labor seeks Aid in a s. New York John l. Jon British labor Eider declared in a statement issued Here that he intended to enlist support of american worker in efforts of striking British miners to Quot nationalize the mines placing them under the direct control of the miners official circles Here. Turkey on the other hand promises to i of Agenda among the Amin a dans in territory under Bol control and each country agree to forbid the passage of any he other through its territory Lowney Candy maker dead. Atlantic it it n. J. Walter m. Lowney of Boston widely known Candy manufacturer died suddenly at a hotel Bere of heart disease. He was 65 years old. 33 killed in mexican crash. Eagle pass persons were killed in a collision Between a freight and a passenger train on the mexican National line at Villa Gartral Between Paragon and Monterey according to reports Here. Denby returning from Fleet. Washington Secretary Denby will return to Washington from a two weeks visit to the Atlantic Fleet at Guantanamo Cuba and Navy and Marine corps Shore stations in Cuba Haim arid san Domingo. Minnesota town elects woman mayor. St. Pet Ltd Minn in a close election a a r Gault was elected mayor by a majority of 29 votes out of a total of 1.071. Mrs. Gault re coiled 550 votes against 521 cast for Adolph Bornemann. The turned out in great numbers. Mandates in general. In a note sent some months ago the United states refused to recognize the japanese mandate Over \ a and other former German Island possessions North the Equator. Of Waseca Raymond c. Sweet killed in action in France in 1918, was buried Here with military honors. St. Paul the Case of James a Peterson charged with violation of the espionage act was officially rolled in Federal court. Fertile Farmers Here Are in the Fields dishing and seeding. Rapid pro Gress to farm work is expected the coming week. Luverne Richard p. Vangronigen a Railroad Man. Was acquitted of the charge of stealing several barrels of whisky near Manley several months ago. Winona candidates endorsed by organized labor were generally successful in the biennial City election Here according to Complete unofficial returns. Ivanhoe a verdict for $5,000 in favor of Gustav Kruger against or. O. N. Bossingham of Lake Benton for alleged malpractice was returned in District court the body of Ezra Barrows killed in action in France in 1918, was buried at Lake Wilson with military honors. The american legion had charge of the funeral services. Marshall fire destroyed the Frank Speight elevator at Porter near Here. Hard work by the Canby fire department failed to save the building but prevented the spread of flames. Lite fails Federal agents cancelled the permit of or. E. E. Hall to prescribe liquor for medical purposes declaring that the physician had been a a overdoing his prescription business. Wadena a. M. Butler prominent Farmer of Rockwood township was killed when a Northern Pacific passenger train crashed into his buggy and team. The body was hurled about too feet from the crossing. St. Paul gust Lindquist insurance commissioner announced that lie would propose cancellation of insurance policies of automobiles we Here the Driver has been found guilty of speeding or reckless driving. St. Paul the bodies of private to sep c. Francois and Corporal Edward Lundholm St. Paul soldiers who died overseas arrived Here with 42 other bodies of u. S. Soldiers from overseas. Major c. J. Adler was the Lone escort of the bodies. Duluth in protest to a wage do crease of from $1 to 80 cents an hour 250 painters members of the local painters Union went on strike Here. Bricklayers stonemasons and Sheet Metal workers have been out Ever since february. Winona a journeymen plumbers were Idle following their refusal to accept the wage reduction of from 87 to 80 cents an hour announced by master plumbers who have reduced their labor charge to the Public from $1.25 to $1 per hour. Rochester a. O. Smith a former a1 Derman found guilty at the february term of District court of grand larceny in connection with the paying of election judges was sentenced by judge Callaghan to pay a Fine of $100 or spend 60 Days in jail. Minneapolis two automobiles were destroyed 20 others badly damaged and the Interior of the Joy Brothers motor car company garage gutted at a loss estimated by s. G. Pennal Man Ager at $30,000 in a fire believed to have originated in the Walls from crossed electric wires. Northfield a permanent organization known As the Minnesota minister convocation was formed at conferences of congregational and Baptist ministers at Carleton College. The purpose of the organization is to enable members to discuss practical matters confronting the ministry. Minneapolis Minnesota agriculturally is rapidly approaching a Point of relative stagnation due to a Lack of proper outlets according to arguments presented before the International joint commission at the Waterways hearing at Detroit recently by Hugh j. Hughes marketing director state department of agriculture St. Paul violations of the prohibition Laws in St Paul were discussed at a meeting of protest at the first m. E. Church under the auspices of the committee of too Ensign e j Alder of the salvation army spoke in place of Paul i. Keller Federal prohibition enforcement director who was unable to be in Tho City. About 150 persons attended the meeting. Duluth approach of the summer season that part of the year which Brainerd Peter b. Be her 72 years old father of 19 children and civil War Veteran is dead at his Home Here. St. Paul St. Paul will enlarge its citizens vigilance committee in an attempt to curb reckless automobile driving. Minneapolis kindness to animals week will be april ii to 17. And prizes from $2 to $5 will be offered for the pictures of common dogs. Luverne the county Board of Rock county has advertised for bids for Graveling the state Road known As no. 8. The bids will be opened april 19th. Owatonna a. M. Johnson was elected senior counsel of Tho Owatonna Council. United commercial travellers at the annual meeting of that organization Here. Jackson the question of issuing 1513.500 in Bonds for Tho installation of White Way system in Jackson will be voted on at the coming City election april 5. Fergus Falls the Board of county commissioners opened bids for the construction of a new courthouse to replace the building destroyed by a Tornado two years ago. St. Paul Henry Crepeau St. Paul chief of police suspended George w. Wells Captain of detectives. Differences Between the two Are said to have caused the suspension. Chatfield members of company a third battalion motor corps of the state troops stationed Here received honorable discharge this week from the state safety commission. Olivia state and Federal army officers conducted an inspection of company a Minnesota National guard. The inspection is the first since the reorganization of the company. Waseca the municipal of Halyard established in this City last year Bas accumulated net profits of $1,400 above All costs according to a report submitted to the local City Council. Tracy nine horses a number of Milch cows and several hogs were burned to death when lightning struck the barn on a. Trudeau a farm near Here. The loss is estimated at $8,000. Rochester a announcement was made by the Rochester Telephone company that an increase of approximately $6 per year for each Telephone would go into effect Here on april 16. Olivia hog cholera again has appeared in this Section breaking out on at least two farms in Renville county. Quarantine measures have been adopted in an Effort to stamp out the disease. Luverne Harry Lineau who stabbed Florence Martin of this City Jan. 30, was sentenced by judge l. S. Be son of the District court Here to to years in the state Penitentiary at hard labor. Minneapolis the fifth annual Short course for Minnesota editors will be held at the University farm May 5, 6 and 7, w. P. Kirkwood editor of the publications at the College of agriculture said. Minneapolis Ernest Koch Deputy sheriff of Hennepin county was shot and probably fatally wounded by mrs. Roy Langford a negro woman in the Langford place at 1421 Washington Avenue South. Pipestone the Campbell construction company of Minneapolis was awarded the contract for the erection of a water Tower Here to be used in connection with the new water it res of latest news of the Ork of the state legislature condensed for the Busy Reader important Bills Bue much work faces legislators As session nears close�?$43,000,000 total appropriation for two years asked. Prince s death denied. Paris til. Greek legation Here has a Gans strenuous labor and at times denied reports that Prince Andreas of suspense to members of the women Greece brother of King Constantine had died from wounds received while fighting in Asia minor. Prince Andreas hag not left Athens the legation declared. 25,000 to get wage cuts. Chicago Twenty five thousand employees of the Western electric company will Tye Given a wage slash of an average of 5 per cent starting monday company officials announced. Bungalow built in Day. Chicago an example of the rapidity with which the housing shortage May be overcome was Given by the lumbermen a association of Chicago when thirty workmen employed by the association erected a five room Bungalow in ten hours. Brazil wont tax German goods. Rio de Janeiro the government has informed Germany that it is not the intention of Brazil to impose a 50 per cent tax on imports from Germany. Japan to withdraw troops. Tokio official confirmation is Given of reports that japanese troops will be withdrawn from Chien Tao a town in Manchuria just across the Northwestern Border of Korea. Women Reform ticket Defeated. Cripple Creek. re calved a setback Here when present City officials were re elected receiving a six to on vote Over the woman a nonpartisan ticket. The women made their Campaign on a Reform platform charging that gambling and bootlegging were allowed to flourish. 150 girls escape fire. Kansan City Hundred fifty girls escaped injury when fire damaged St Josephus orphans borne for girls state Forest services finds Headquarters for the northeastern Minnesota District teeming with annual preparations. Lack of available funds having caused curtailment of his Force Henry g. Webber District supervisor director of Forest patrol activities in this part of the great North Woods is it Liz ing every economical Means to further his Campaign of educating residents tourists and others in the simple but modern Art of preventing Forest fires. Chatfield the Peoples. Telephone company operating in Chatfield a Spring Valley St. Charles Racine and Stewartville following permission granted by Lee state Railroad Aud warehouse commission has announced a 25 cents a month increase in rates effective april 1st Minneapolis one Hundred and thirty five seniors a a the school of agriculture of the University of Minnesota received their diplomas in graduation exercise in the auditorium at the University farm Ai which members of the class gave practical demonstrations of farm activities Plant just completed. Winona navigation on the River Mississippi was opened Here when the Steamer Minnesota a pleasure vessel owned by the Mayo Brothers of Rochester docked at the levee after a drop Down the River from its Winter quarters at Fountain City wis. St. Paul the state supreme court refused a second trial to Orren Shea otherwise known As a Tacoma Johnny Doyle convicted in Ramsey county District court on an indictment charging him with complicity in the murder of mrs. Alice Mcquillan Dunn in 1917. Duluth while its Mother was waiting with it in a Railroad station to take a train for Rochester for treatment the la months old infant son of or and mrs. Irving of Brien South hib Bing died As a result of swallowing a tack. Luverne with the lowest bid for construction of the proposed new Public school building Here $127,000 above the $350,000 fund available for the Structure the Board of education had decided to await lower prices before letting the contract for the building. Sauk Center fighting fire with All the Energy of experienced firemen remaining at their posts until ordered to safety by a corps of teachers girls in mates of the Minnesota Home school for girls saved hundreds of dollars Worth of property when Siberia one of the cottages of the school was destroyed by fire. The building which was virtually new. Was valued at $16,000. It wag covered by insurance. Minneapolis half the drunkenness called to the attention of the court in Minneapolis with the situation now More deplorable than in the palmy Days of liquor saloons comes from the Sale of Jamaica Ginger Lemon extract perfumery and hair tonic according to information in the hands of the com Cli License committee furnished by judge c l Smith who offered actual court records to substantiate his statements. Hibbing logging operations in the North Woods Are virtually completed according to information received Here from woodsmen returning to this Section. According to the woodsmen there is considerable Snow remaining along the Canadian Border but the Minnesota loggers have completed their tasks and will take out but Little additional Timber this season. Winona Clyde Woodward aged 35, a team St a employed by a Transfer company was drowned in the Mississippi River. He slipped into the Stream at the levee Here while unloading Wood from a Barge. St. Paul Charles w. Ames Long a commanding figure in the business social and intellectual life of St. Paul is dead. For the past Twenty years he was president and general manager of the West publishing company the largest Law Book publishing concern in the world. Fergus Falls a company has been organized Here which has arranged to Purchase busses for the establishment of a daily bus service Between Perham. Fergus Falls and Pelican rapids and Between Wadena Fergus fall and either Wahpeton or Elbow Lik the service is to Start in May. St. Paul As the end of the session approaches none of the big appropriation Bills is yet in shape for action of the committees in charge. While they have passed on numerous items others Are waiting determination. Most of the 21 members of Tho sen ate finance committee and House appropriation committee have been faithful in attending committee meet Ings and almost daily for months they have Given extended hearings to those interested in the various appropriation estimates. Requests for appropriations for Tho next two years aggregate More than $43,000,000 compared with a Little More than $30,000,000 appropriated for a like period two years ago. Tho fact is the docket of requests this year has been far heavier than Ever before. More Timo has been required to consider them. Several matters have had to be left open pending a decision As to Bills pending. For instance the new state Industrial commission could not to provided for until the Bill had been passed and signed the new commission appointed and its budget prepared. Tho educational Bill has Hung fire on account of the debate Over revision of state school Aid. The committees have shown a determination already to pare requests to the Bone. The chairmen of the two committees have announced a purpose to bring appropriations within about the same limit As two years ago. Thie Means cutting out some $10,000,000 from the requests. Much of this will be done by eliminating new buildings asked for on the ground that however much they Are needed the need for Economy just now is greater and building costs will be lower later on. Hospital Cut out. The proposed psychopathic Hospital at the University of Minnesota already has been Cut out a matter of $250,000. It is proposed to take care of track removal at the University which la estimated to coat $750,000. By taking the Money from the ten year building program allowed in 1919, trusting to some future legislature to put it Back. Other cuts aggregating $1,500,000 Are proposed in Tho University a budget some of the Cut will be on maintenance and it is predicted that the requests for additional teaching staff will be denied. Though increase in pay will be allowed to men now in the institution. The Bouse appropriations committee has voted already to Cut Down the biennial budget of the Board of control from the boards original estimate of 8,527,625 of $7,236,950, but the Bill hag not been reported out yet. Department Bill almost ready. The state department Nill is about ready to be sported. The Public Domain Bill which has been under consideration evidently will probably not get through at this session and will not be allowed to delay matters longer. The House committee yesterday Cut the Industrial commission s annual budget More than $200,000, from $575,-123 to $371,473. State school Aid. The question of state school Aid still is pending in a Bill to revise the schedule of payments to High schools. Increases totalling $766,805 have been asked in this budget and regardless of the final result on Tho state Aid Bill they Are Likely to be denied is the general opinion. The state Aid Bill is a special order this week. Working at High pressure the Best the two committees can do will be to get the big appropriation Bills in Early for the last full week of the session and final passage of the Bills is not pass police measure. By a vote of 41 to 22 the state sen ate passed a Bill creating the office of state safety commission r to co ordinate police activities of i state under one head. The measure was bitterly fought by several senators. Tho measure was introduced by senator w. A. Nolan. There is a companion Bill in the bolide introduced by representative George Wicker. Under the terms of the Bill Tho slate safety commissioner who is to be appointed by the governor has Power to direct All peace officers within the state local and county. It is provided that the commissioner establish a Bureau of identification at the Capitol to assist local police officials in tracking criminals. It is also provided that the commissioner hold a school in criminology for local peace officers. Motor vehicle regulation. A Complete code of regulations for vehicles using the highways of the state was introduced in the House by the committee on highways. In addition to All the rules now in use with Regald to driving stopping rounding curves or parking the Hill provides numerous rules and regulations of the committees own. For instance no motor vehicle May be loft standing on any Street or Road with Tho motor running. Trailers May be provided with blocks to prevent their running Back if they should break Loose while being pulled up Hill. A Ordinary motor cars however Are forbidden to use chains or lugs except in a particular places and at particular times when they May be necessary and then the Cross pieces on the chains must be at least one foot apart. Cars must be provided with mufflers but no cutout May be used within the limits of any City or Village or when passing teams or livestock on the Road. The Width of tracks is limited to 96 inches but tractor engines May be 108 inches wide. No single vehicle May to longer than 30 feel. Nor longer than 85 feet with trailers. Soldiers Bonus 8111. The Long looked for soldiers Bonus Bill to take care of deserving service men who were excluded from the benefits of the Bonus act passed in 1919, was introduced in the House by the committee on soldiers Home and state Bonus. Tho Bill provides that men who claimed exemption on account of marriage we Hen the marriage took place after they had been rejected for age or physical disability shall not be considered an attempt to evade service. It provides that any Soldier who entered the service prior to november la 1918, or who saw Active service on or after that Date or who still is in the service under honorable conditions at the time of making application shall be entitled to $15 per month for the time of service up to july 1920. The Bill expressly deprives deserters or those who left service under dishonourable conditions conscientious objectors who refused to serve those who refused to Don the uniform aliens who were discharged from the service because of their lineage and slackers generally of the benefits of Tho Bonus act it also provides that soldiers who left the ranks to accept commission and those who accepted pay As civilian employees shall not participate. Officers and civilians were also barred under the original Bill. The bul was referred to the soldiers Homo and state Bonus committee. Highway Bill passed. Without a dissenting vote the Senate passed the Highway administration Bill after making Only a few amendments. The Bill will now go to Tho House. One of the most important amendments to the Bill in general limits the amount that might be spent for hard surfacing to 20 per cent of the construction fund for each year. The House had fixed the limit at 25 per cent. The idea Back of the limit is to permit Tho proper grading and Graveling of the roads within the next two years before much hard surfacing is done. After a Sharp debate an amendment striking out the provision prohibiting advertisements along the trunk highways was adopted. One of the amendments made by agreement with the Hennepin county senators will make it possible for Hennepin county to raise $750,000 and to Continuo improvements on certain Street extensions leading into Southern Minnesota. An amendment was adopted permitting counties to hire engineers for county work without getting the permission of the state Highway commissioner and to remove the Engineer without his approval. Industrial budget $575,123. The new state Industrial commission expected until almost Tho final Day. A usual there will be four main ap-1 has presented its budget to the appropriation Bills one for the state de-1 privations committee asking a total of payments one for the institutions under the Board of control one for educational activities and the claims Bill with various miscellaneous matters included. Following passage of these Bills on figures prepared by the state auditor the legislature will pass the Bill authorizing the maximum tax Levy for the next two years. To show deed consideration. A Bill to require filing affidavits showing considerations which Are not disclosed in deeds presented for record was advanced to the Calendar sub Jet to amendment after a Long debate it was claimed that the consideration would guide assessors and that the Bill was endorsed by tax officials and exports but representative Theodore Christianson asserted that affidavits would not be necessary in Case the deed contained the words �?o$1 and other Good and valuable consideration. Then it was advanced subject to amendment. Full Crew Bill delay asked. A majority and minority report on the Railroad full Crew Bill was returned by the Senate railroads committee the majority favouring indefinite postpone ment of the measure. The reports were tabled and will be fought out in the near future. Hospital Bill approved. Tho Bill creating a Minnesota Genera Hospital at the University of Minnesota to work in Harmony with the hospitals throughout the state and also with institutions under the Board of control has been recommended to pass to the Senate. $575,123 a year to cover All the activities in its charge. This includes $43,-200 a year for boiler inspection which is offset by fees paid into the general Revenue fund. It includes $15,000 for the minimum wage commission. The largest part of the Money is for inspectors and referees to handle workmen a compensation cases and factory inspection. Bill postponed. The Bill to authorize the state Board of control to Transfer inmates of the Sauk Center state Home school for girls to t to women s state reformatory at Shakopee was recommended for postponement following an explanation that a like Bill had been Defeated in Tho Senate. Heads of families with two or More dependent children will be Given an extra $100 personal property exemption upon passage of the Bill by representative t ii. Girling which was advanced to the Calendar in Tho House subject to amendment. The House killed a Bill which would repeal the Law requiring counties to print on the Back of tax receipts How the tax Money was distributed. This precipitated a Sharp debate in which it was said some counties did not conform to the Law and that a taxpayers should know where their Money clothing manufacturers and dealers protested before the Senate committee on agriculture against the Bill by senator a l. Ward requiring cloth and fabrics to be labelled to show what material is used and the percentage of pure and shoddy Wool. No vote was Takon on the measure

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