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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 24, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota Get ready for the big Freeborn county fair it starts next mondays pages do Albert Lea in i forty 1 Tel Freeborn county to m est Twe n to six year Alber t Lea. Minnesota wednesday August 24, 192 Bonus Bill starts debate win a prize. The life Saver watch for the who a who contest feature in this paper tomorrow and win one the valuable prizes which Are offered to the successful contestants. Harding a appearance before Senate last month in oppose authorities Tion to Soldier Bonus Bill starts investigate Stormy debate in Senate As shipping Board deficiency Bill is considered. By associated press Washington aug. 22. President Harding a appearance before the sen ate last month in opposition to pass age the soldiers 1 it Nus Bill started a storm debate in tie Senate to night when the shipping Board Defi Vieney Bill was by ing considered Dur ing which his course was criticised and defended. A the discus Ion a started by senator Lafollette Republican Wisconsin who refer d to tie Resolution introduced in the House yesterday by representative Cockrain Democrat new York criticising the president for addressing one Branch Congress pending legislation Ami Drew Many senator a into the fray. Senator Lodge the Republican Leader called attention to the a peace without \ in tory speech former president to the Senate prior to american Entrance into the War and his address the Sutra go amendment later. It would be a sad Day the Massachusetts senator said for the Republican when any one the three branches tin government could not Confer with another. Declaring it was not necessary to a eulogize . s it Natow Borah Republican. Idaho said that the question the Bonus a we surrender d our judgment to his dicta if the prudent wanted a pro cadent there were Pientz. He declared adding that this did not cling the situation. Or. Lafollette assailed the president for what he described a. It cd Tive interference with the the government lie asserted that the presid was brought into the debate to prevent passage the Bill and that his action was without authority under the Constitution. A it were Well it that Black Page in the Senate a history could be destroyed and forever forgotten a . La Follette declared. A it was remarkable that alarm should seize the presi dents mind when the soldiers Bonus Bill was pending and appear at to Senate to Rescue the nations finances from utter . Lodge declared he saw a no Rea son for debarring Quot the president from Congress and senator Knox Repullo can Pennsylvania interjected a and i see no reason Why Congress should be barred from the White House a has occurred in the past eight . Lodge also cited numerous constitutional provisions which he said gave the president full authority to address either Branch Congress at his pleasure saying that it would be impossible for the president to speak to both houses if Only one Wen in session. Asserting that he never had heard a such a viol it denunciation Wilson a As had been directed at mr., Harding senator Kellogg Republican Minnesota said lie was unable to understand the reason for it. Or. Borah explained that he was in j full Accord w the the in s Dent the Bonus question hut that his criticism was aimed at the appearance a president whether . Wilson . Harding. A i am unable to find anything like it prior to the Wilson in said. A with All due respect 1 know no More pitiable spectacle Over presented to the people than that tin Senate in throwing Down the Bonus Bill after it had been reported and the president had come Here to oppose it. It was because he came Here that Vve surrendered our judg ment to his dictation. A the Republican party had made a solemn pledge for enactment Bonus legislation. There was not an item in the presidents message that not before us. We had made the bib the unfinished business and had Gilt n the Assurance it would be pushed and passed. It would have passed if it had been put to a vote. Continued Page two ill met bomb throwing by associated press Belfast aug. 23.�?further investigation by the authorities into the bomb that was thrown in the Tyronne District have revealed the fact that the fires which were started by the explosion were extinguished so As not to disclose the identity the throwers. The bomb was thrown after the curfew. Belfast is the Only City in Ireland where the curfew Law is still in oration. Child labor 13 ruled out by fed. Court by associated press Greensboro n. C., aug. 22. Judge James e. Boyd in Federal court to Day held the new Federal child labor Law unconstitutional. The Owen Keating child labor Law was also held unconstitutional by judge Boyd two years ago and that ruling was upheld by the supreme court the United states. Dail Bream famine is is holding secret meets two secret sessions held to consider question reply to British peace offer. Dublin aug. 22.�?the Irish re pub a Liean parliament which is holding a i meeting to consider an answer to the British government the question the declaration the Irish Independence also held a meeting the sinn fein conference. This Confer Jence was forbidden by the British government several years ago and has not been in session since. According to dispatches the British authorities have not frowned the meeting the conference. Dublin us. 22. The Dail Eireann held two secret sessions today to consider the question what shall be its reply to the British governments peace offer. It adjourned tonight without having arrived at any decision but will meet again tomorrow in private simultaneously with the gatherings the sinn fein executive committee which is somewhat similar to the National political party committees in the United states. The following official communication was issued tonight a the Dail Eireann met this morn 11 clock adjourned at 2 reassembled at 4 clock and tight clock it wits occupied with . Lloyd Georges pro it will meet again Tomor Tracy Man is buried under tons dirt by associated press Tracy minn., aug. 22.�?carl a. Bergstrom 30 years old employed to Lay tile seven Miles from Here was killed today when several tons dirt caved in him. Bergstrom was laying tile in a seven foot ditch when the sides caved in burying him completely. Negro sets fire to his clothes Dies by associated press new York aug. 23.�?sylvester Crocket negro who set fire to his clothes in his cell after saturating himself with gasoline died Here today As a result the Burns he received. He had been sentenced to sing sing prison for five ears for assaulting a policeman. A blown to sea by Squall while fishing y e h wih \ famine affects weak and Strong alike. Those who Are Able to secure employment Are too weak to work. Clara Hamon to marry motion picture director Jbv associated press los Angeles Oal. Aug. 22.�?a marriage License was issued Here late today to Clara Smith Hamon. Acquitted in Oklahoma several months ago a charge murdering Jake Lhamon. To John w. Gorman. The Latte r is a motion picture director. Miss Haj Mon has been making a film under Gormanos direction. Plans for the marriage had not been divulged Early tonight. My at clock Tose at All Day Powals. there is Little likelihood there being any Public session the Dail until Friday by which time its reply May have been sent to . Lloyd George. Harry j. Boland representative Eamon de Valera in the failed slates and Mary Macswiney so Ster the late lord mayor a Oik who died a hunger strik in prison. Bondon attended today a session prepared to offer their opinion the situation based what was considered by them the latest be Edna in the United state a. Or. Boland said tonight that the situation w Loo delicate to talk about. There were no Ion a speeches Oday. A any Deputy speaking to Inora than five ten minutes would make himself unpopular except course. Or. De Valera other members the Cabinet when malting an explanatory statement Quot one the members said tonight. He added that thus far the deputies merely had shown considerable curiosity concerning he terms the governments offer and that the members the Cabinet had been called upon for explanations from All parts the round room mansion House where the sessions the parliament Are being held. A the deputies today received from somebody in Chicago whose name was not signed a Long cablegram from which they said it was impossible to discover whether the person wanted the Dail to accept refuse the terms the government. The comment the Telegram by one the leading members was a somebody in Chicago has a lot Money to by associated press London aug. 23.�?according to Dis patches received by the daily Herald a the delegates sent by the soviet gov a eminent to new a with the russian re Lief Are so affected by famine that they Are unable to work. Famine is at feeding weak and Strong alike and those who Are Able to secure employ ment Are so weak that they Are unable to work. The people Samaria Are eating grass. Acorns Are gathered and Are considered a luxury. Riga aug. 23.--the prospects for next seasons crop in Volga Are inevitable As the Grain crop is almost a total failure. Russian peasants Are a working frantically to secure enough seed Lor their african provinces while the seed irom tie foreign Powers is slow in coming. I r a aug. 23. At least a partial repetition next summer this years i crop failure in the Volga Region now appears inevitable according to offi rial bolshevik advices and Independent dispatches from Moscow. The russian peasants Are said to he doing their utmost to furnish a seed Supply for the stricken provinces but with Only a few weeks remaining before j the latest possible Date for sowing an sex n finely Small proportion the seed Gra n needed has been gathered i i rus in and the foreign Grain w hich has be n ordered is slow in coming. Kennedy trial May be held in october prosecution will try to prove that motive for Kennedy slaying was a occult Obenchain and Burch to plead monday. 5 members mail robbery gang Are held by associated press do Ltd aug. 23.�?All Light boats were ordered by wireless to to the Kurt for a Man in a Rowboat who car blown out into the Lake last saturday by a Squall while he was fishing near Isle Royale near the North Shore Lake Superior. The Man is said to be Robert Harris Spokane Wash. Senate and House remain in session former members Gar head both houses in session until late i i a a Nam ill r �?�0 Riltia j4j anti Republic Panama preparing to repeal Costa rican Advance. La s. Tells Panama that it will allow to d Sorder. By associated press Panama aug. 23.�?Panama is prepared and ready to repel the Costa j Picans should they invade the Dysput de Coto territory but no action is con i template until the attitude the United states is Learned. Washington aug. 23.�?the note sent by the state department the United states to Panama stated that the United states would not allow any hostilities to occur Over the Coto re Gion Between Costa Rica and Panama. The american government told the Panama government that Force would be used if necessary if operations for action did not cease. By associated press jux s Angeles Cal aug. 22.�?the motive the prosecution will try to prove was behind the slaying j. Belton Kennedy was Quot occult love a Malcolm Mclaren special investigator Lor the District attorneys office declared today. He said he believed that office already had suffice it evidence to establish this motive but that further investigations were under Way reaching across the continent to new York City. The nature these he could not divulge he said. Mclaren said lie did not believe the Case would go to trial before late in october Early in november. Arthur c. Burch and . Madalynne Obenchain indicted for the alleged murder will appear to plead next monday a continuance to that time having been granted them today be cause the absence their Chiet counsel. Senate passes 1 Resolution for $100,000 Money to be used for investigation customs agents preparatory to operation american valuation plan in Tariff Bill. associated press Washington aug. 22. The Senate tonight passed a Resolution appropriating $100,000 for an investigation customs agents preparatory to the operation the american valuation plan in the permanent Tariff. Chairman Penrose the Senate finance committee introduced the Bill explaining that it was intended to cover a a a salaries and expenses 50 additional experts whose employment has been urged by the Treasury in connection with the american valuation investigations . Penrose said his committee would not attempt to re write the rates in the House Tariff Hill until All data american wholesale Selling prices was available. It was a very evident that Many the rates were not prop Jerly based he declared adding that the committee desired to have a solid foundation upon which to work t e fore it fixed import duties. Customs agents attached to the finance committee have estimated it. Will require at least six weeks to gather the information and for this reason a further delay in completing the Tariff measure is expected. De by John w. Worthington held for mail robbery Wert arrested charge using mails to defraud. Warrants out for seven More. Hour. Beth Hope to finish in time for 30 Day Rees Yanying $46,5l n 0�?~ the Senate debate last night a devoted in part to a vigorous discus by associated press Chicago. Aug. 22 a five men alleged to he members a gang formerly headed by John w. Worthington now being held in connection with mail robberies totalling More than $5,000,-000, were arrested today and held in $25,000 Bonds each charges conspiracy to use the mails to defraud. A woman who also was arrested in a Federal raid the alleged head quarters the band in a downtown hotel was released her. In recognizance and warrants were issued for seven men in other cities. Not All the warrants were said to be for members the band but it was declared that some names were included to make sure government wit Nesses in the Case. Those held Bonds were Charles w. French said to be Worthington a lieutenant Rudolph k. Kohn c. W. Denicke. Charles Hawkins and James Horace left. Mrs. Charles Hawkins was released her own recognizance. Warrants which have not been served were issued for a. E. Harshman Milwaukee a. E. Strelzin and Liis brother Ernest and Richard Wein Stein also Milwaukee Elmer l Gerbor Cleveland z. W. Davis Canton o., and h. L. Peak. Garlic slated t9 reduce High bl09dpre sure Here is something that will in i Terest a who have been refused insurance because too High blood pressure ing garlic May become popular. Paris aug. 22.�?garlic munching May become a habit with elderly per sons who Are threatened with Harden ing the arteries if there is any Vir tue in a discovery just made by three famous French physicians. A report by the doctors to the Bio logical society declared that garlic supplies a valuable remedy for arte one 0f these obligations in a be v itt Afcin number thirty five spaine nuts Quot americans for foreign War More than half recruits from u. S. Are veterans a. E. F. Adventure motive some. Question u. S. Neutrality May be raised. By associated press new York aug. 22. Recruiting for a Spanish foreign legion in Morocco was in Progress today at. Tho Spanish consulate Here. About 250 men who have been recruited since last thursday were told to he ready to leave tomorrow for Spain. More than half that number Are americans veterans the a. E. F. Tho rest Are spaniards and South americans. A Small poster the Wall in Span ish and English called upon both spaniards and strangers who Wero mindful the glory and Power Spain to enlist in the legion. Tho pay is 4�?Tj pesetas less than 60 cent3 at present Exchange. A Bonus 400 pesetas is offered for a four years enlistment and 700 pesetas for five years. Headquarters the legion Are at Ceuta Morocco a Spanish penal Colony. The office was crowded with applicants All Day. Most the americans said frankly that they were broke and were looking More for three meals a Day than any military excitement. Some the More prosperous looking ones said they were looking for adventure and hoped to find it in the moroccan deserts. A few Wor their old army uniforms. Several former army officers applied for commissions in the legion. Their cases were referred to the Spanish embassy at Washington one them said. Washington aug. 22.�?recruiting but Spanish officials in new York for moroccan service it was pointed out tonight raises the question the status Morocco already complicated by several treaties dating from fhe algerian conference a decade ago and by Spanish and French territorial claims. Moreover it raises the question it was said whether the Spanish armed expedition is to be sent merely against rebels in the Spanish sphere further against the Sultan himself. Reports the recruiting were received with interest by officials Here tonight but no indication was Given the a. Rude the american government will take toward it. Recruiting by a Friendly foreign Power Here for military service against another Friendly Power is expressly prohibited by Law and during the world War before the United states was a belligerent. Neutrality in this respect was strictly enforced. In this ease however the situation More it Lex for although the by associated Washington aug x. Be the Senate and the House \ a continued under heavy pressure n \ Rig to Fin so up in time Lor the prove de thirty Day recess. Both houses a a in session until late last night the House until it had passed the Railroad refunding Bill and the Senate until 11 15. Today the Senate continued action the shipping Bill appropriation $48,300,000, and the House continued action the ant Beer Bill which the leaders thought would be adopted. Washington. Aug. 23.�?the Senate and House resumed today their consideration business under High pressure in the expectation declaring a 30 Days recess late tomorrow. Both were in session last night the Bouse until it had pass d the admin stration Railroad fun dim ill and the Senate until 11 15 when it had reach cd a Point when1 it was ready to take i i final vote t reconvening today i United Stan recognized Morocco As m the shipping Are deficiency bid an independen state several years Sion president Harding a appear once before it last m vib u Opp passage at that time r. Sola r. Bonus Bill. The was de by sen. La Follet f a who charged the pres in a eth utile interference with the legislative Branch the government and was participated in by a dozen others the president being both attacked and defended for his course. The Senate in addition to taking final action the shipping Board Bill today was expected to vote upon an appropriation $200,000 for expenses the disarmament conference and a proposal to instruct the j ment May go Merican delegates to the conference Morocco is definitely determined to demand open sessions. J without protests being lodged against the House today was to take up Spanish activity Here was not Indi the conference report the anti cat de although it is believed that if Beer Bill with the expectation Lead a Clear breach neutrality is Stab it it a that it would be adopted although j listed Federal agents will like Here was no indication that course prompt action. Ago an american minister has not been sent there for Many years. There is consular representation however but the other hand Morocco has no representation in this country. For this latter reason if for no other it is understood that not it representations have been made m the state department against the recruiting. The confused situation it was recalled. Was reflected a few Days a it it in an interpellation in the House commons concerning similar recruiting in London for moroccan service the government stating that it had found it. Necessary to a a investigate the situation before taking action. Just How far the american govern in Case Tho status Senate would subsequently take in matter in View its previous in Munch i Delonee the Stanley amendment relating to search and seizure under the volstead act. When this report is disposed the House is to take up he conference the capper Tieber Bill regulations trading in Grain futures. Investment the Assumption a recovery in the Exchange rate. However it was explained some foreign municipalities Are said to have issued Bonds totalling such enormous sums in the now depreciated currencies their countries that if Exchange regains a parity Tho face Al in employees and manager hold meeting a rial tension. The Root can be either chewed eaten with salads steeped in spirits. If used with the spirits it is allowed to Steep for three weeks and then injected intravenously at the rate 30 drops daily. Many experiments have shown that by Assoc la a i Ludelphia ph., aug 22 to representatives More than 8< it Epi ploys the Pennsylvania rail Road at a meeting late today with the management expressed unanimous approval employee election recently declared void by the United is at s i labor Board. At the conclusion the me rut. Can dollars would be Many tint y a great As the land buildings and re ,. Sources any these towns. J Gen. W w Affe Bury. Vice pro Surat Secretary Hoover is understood to in charge operation who Palm have Given some attention to the mat expressed a hone that a Al a Toff ter and to be the opinion that agreement word a n american investors should exercise j with seem a ,1x a a weeks treatment reduces the blood i the utmost care in their Choice for r against 1 a Urt Oft pressure to practically Normal. Eign securities. A caused the labor boards mkt i

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