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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 13, 1921, Albert Lea, Minnesota 8 pages Sites Iguiter prone s pages Freeborn county times to six year Albert Lea Enterprise forty ninth year Albert Lea. Minnesota. Wednesday july 13, 1921 number Twenty Eum it Younie fifteen Harding to ask deferment on the Bonus Bill president expected to address Senate today with intention of deferring soldiers Bonus measure. Senator Norris asks Treasury Secretary to collect Allied interest to Bill a expense. By associated pros Washington july 12.�?prebident Harding has completed the address Winch he is scheduled to read to the Senate today regarding deferment of the soldiers Bonus legislation and Impe Tus on other legislation. This is the second time s Nee his inauguration that the president has add Ossed the Senate. Washington july la president Harding plans to appear before Hie Senate tomorrow and Ark for temporary postponement of the Soldier to Nus Hill. Plans for the president s address to the Senate were dismissed late today but the executive xxx 11ii senator i it it de of Mai Esahu efts Republican Leader and senator Curtis of Kansas. Re publican whip. It is understood that the Bonus Hill will be Tho Only subject touched upon in lie address and that suggestions for a joint addr.--, to the Congress on the transmission Only of a message Lune been abandoned. The president it was . Had expected to address the Senate today but was prevented by pressure of other business. I be is now expected to speak in the Senate chamber tomorrow afternoon. Ii will be the second time presided Harding has addressed the Senate the first time being immediately after he was inaugurated when he pre pen Ted in person Bis Cabinet Nomin nations in an executive session. He has addressed one joint session or Congress when be read Bis message at the opening of the special session. Decision to address the Senate on the Bonus Bill at the earliest Opportunity was reached by the president in conference with the Republican leaders at the White House while the Senate was debating the measure. Senators i bulge and Curtis were to have Given him Assurance that a motion to recommit the Bonus Bill would be adopted. When the Senate resumed consideration of the Soldier Bonus Bill today. Senator Morris Republican Nebraska introduced an amendment a a directing the Secretary of the treas Ury to collect interest due on Allied debts the fund to be set aside by the Bill s expense. A Why is it the governments cannot a their interest Quot senator nor ids asked adding that in some cases it probably was impossible and in a few instances that the entire Loans would be lost. Quot but in the main the for. In gov pm in Enta Are paying interest on the ii own Bonds just As we Are a ii . Senator Norris paid he was advised by the Treasury that accrued interest on the foreign Loans on May la was $122,,,<00. Ire a e and Cuba alone he had paid All the inter est. Senator Reed Democrat Missouri suggested to the european nations apply towards their debt a Dino Rte they were now sending in Light Over mexicans give vote of thanks to la Follette by associated press Mexico City july 12. International relations were discussed at a seer session of the mexican Senate lest night Hie meeting continuing until to Day. During Lim proceedings a vote Al thanks was issued to senator i Ai Fri Lette of Wisconsin for having on july 6 introduced a Resolution protesting against military action against Mexico without the express authority of con investigation of air Accident to be started by associated press Moundsville. W. Va., july 12 general William Mitchell assistant chief of the United states military air serv ice will come Here today with two aides from Washington to investigate the Accident at Langlin Field last Sun Day in which five persons were killed according to word received Here today. Officers from Mccook Field Dayton and rolling Field Washington Are already on the scene. A a Coroner s jury investigating the Accident caused w Lien a bombing machine crashed into sixteen automobiles parked on Lite grounds will hear testimony today. Minneapolis couple is lost in air plane by associated press Minneapolis july 12.�?unable to land in Grant Park late yesterday afternoon William h. Evans Minneapolis realtor and his wife and j. V. Piersol Phot who were making a or p to Chicago by air plane were compelled to land in the outskirts of that City Accord ing to word received Here at noon today. Chicago july 12.�?nothing has been heard of the air plane containing William Evans and wife of Minneapolis which arrived Here late yesterday and refused to land at grand Park because of the Large gathering there. No Accident has been reported and it is believed that he either made a successful Landing or returned to Minneapolis. Minneapolis july 12.�?William Evans Minneapolis realtor and wife who were reported lost from sight after they refused to attempt to make a Landing in a crowded Park in Chicago had not been heard of at 10 of clock this morning. They were last seen at 4 p. In. Yesterday when their Pilot j. P. Pearsol of Minneapolis circled Over Grant Park and then turned Back. Wheat jumps seven cents on Market anxiety in regard to increased reports from Black rust and hot weather in Spring crop regions causes the Rise. By associated press Chicago july 12. At 2 30 p. anxiety in regard to increased re ports from Black rust from hot weather in the Spring crop Region made the wheat Market take an unexpected jump today. The Prce jumped nearly i cents a Bushel and in some cases september touched $1.24 -4 against $1.18 yesterday. Brewery at red Wing seized by associated press red Wing july 12.�?prohibition officers and agents seized the Remler brewing company following an investigation and analysis of samples of Beer taken from that institution june 29 and july 1. Prohibition officers charge that the alcoholic contents exceeded .56 and some showed tests As High As three recent. Pistol Battle staged i hit escape in Auto by associated press Minneapolis oilily 12. In Ati Olman William Lehi Eyer of the second pre aint police station engaged in a pistol Battle with 3 burglars whom he believed Active in breaking into thai Kin rot Leo hardware Stor Early t of a y. Although the patrolman believed he hit one of the non they were All successful in making their escape in an automobile. Mission will not interfere in priest Case by associate press Ceil p. I. July 11 the Wood Forbes Iii Salon Dee Intel today to in t erf Ere in the Case of path r Skibola a Catholic priest ordered deported by tonner governor general i a Anc s Btl toil Harrison for alleged opposition to Public schools Iii in is Ion the matter was within the jurisdiction Only of the gov. Reorg neral. Attorney files exception Bill in divorce Case by associated press Reno Nevada june la. The firs step in an Appeal from the Mary Richford Case decision of judge cancan last week in which lie granted the motion to quash the service of summons to the actress to show cause Why her divorce should not be set aside the state attorney general this afternoon filed ills Bill of exceptions at Minden court House. He takes exception to the ruling that the slate was represented by the court itself at he bearing and also to Tho ruling that the granting of the decree i stopped the state from further pie j it Edings. Kirk predicts heavy crops for Minnesota statistician of state says hot weather not so damaging Large Corn report forecast. Commissioner Jacobson Calls statement unfair says considerable crop Hurt by intense heat. Judge stops investigation of Grain grades mrs. Kaber on trial by associated press St. Paul july 12.�?o. P. B. Jacobson state Railroad and warehouse commissioner this morn ing declared that the crop report of the Bureau of markets was an unfair one and that the Federal department of agriculture played into the hands of Grain gamblers. Or. Jacobson criticized the report made by Paul h. Kirk made from Fergus Falls in which he had reported that the heat had not damaged crops. The commis i sooner that the heat had damaged the crops in Many sections especially the lands. Fergus Falls minn., july while the Mouth of june was with los extreme hot weather somewhat Tufa Vrubl for crops the july i crop report of the Bureau of markets and a estimates for Minnesota issued by the Minnesota stat int Ician ill Kirk indicates that the damages to Tho state As a whole was not serious and should conditions be favourable the Blat will still Harvest fair crop of email grains and a Large crop of Corn. Concerning the crop report for Minnesota or. Kirk says a the season for planting Corn was quit favourable. In the Early part of the season there was too much rain and Cool weather. During the month of june the weather was Ideal for growth. All Fields Are clean stand generally Good and torn has made rapid Progress. The earliest plantings Are be ginning to Tassel. Prospects on july i were Normal or too per cent. The acreage shows an increase of 2 per cent Over last year so that the preliminary acreage for 1921 is 3,213,000 acres. Based on the july i condition i of too per cent the forecaster crop 1 would be 136,553,000 bushels. The 1920 final estimate was 118,125,000 bushels. Quot a Good Deal of apprehension was Felt As to the effects of the continued hot weather on the Spring Whei to crop. No doubt on the lighter soils there has some damage but taking the state As a whole the dam a has not been serious up to july i. The condition july i is placed at x2 per cent of Normal. This forecasts As of july i a yield of 13.5 bushels or a total production of 25,016,000 bushels. The 1921 final production was 27,940,000 bushels. A Winter wheat was somewhat dam j aged by hot weather at filling time continued on Page six educators to hold meeting in Minneapolis by associated press Winnipeg man., july la Justice Curran in supreme court Chambers today handed Down a judgment restricting any further action of the Royal Grain inquiry commission which was appointed by the Federal government to investigate and report on All branches of the Grain Trade. Recently local Grain dealers object cd to the commissions activities and obtained an interim injunction which today was made Peanut Neil Justice Curran maintains in effect that la activities of the commission constituted a direct Intel Terence with and invasion of the plaintiffs properly and civil rights in the provinces. La pointed out that the government of Canada did not attempt to inquire into the business of in Urance Coni panics which although operating throughout Canada enjoyed rights tinder provincial governments. The order in Council constituting the commission War held invalid. No option was passed however As to the Validity of the Canada Grain act. Oil companies amalgamate proposal for conference Well received favourable response expected by capitals of Powers concerned. Sentiment already sounded j rough embassy. Harding praised for taking the initiative. Mrs. Eva Catherine Kaber is Here shown As she went to trial at Cleveland on a first degree murder charge. She is accused of plotting the assassination of her husband. Daniel f Kaber. Two years ago. Her Mother and her daughter by a travious marriage face similar indictments. Mrs. Kaber to begin her own defense today conference is scheduled for thursday by associated press Tulsa okla., july la the Southern Oil corporation and the Kansas amp Gulf Oil corporation mid continent Field producers announced their j a a merger lat today. The Southern Oil woman charged with planning British Premier making prepare husbands death to take stand. Judge Rule Poison death verdict will be useless. Corporation Annona is its capitalize Hon at $3,000,000 and la Kansas a Gulf company at $15,000,000. It. S. Ayres Chicago is president of Tho former and in l. Moored Chicago head of the latter named company. Tariff Bill is being fought Over in House Kaber died of Stab wounds. By associated press Cleveland the july la. Eva Cath rim Kaber w ill begin her defens tomorrow morning against to states charge that so planned tin Murd i of her husband Daniel p. Tons to receive Republican Leader. Belfast disorder continues despite truce. No serious casualties meeting place still undecided. By associated press London july 12. Liam on de valera1 Hie Irish Republican Leader and bus Kaber. Party who Are to participate in a con-1 i Jake Wood publisher j Ference w Ith Premier Lloyd Georg j Tho state today completed the ease thursday arrived in London late this ? with the exception of one witness afternoon. I hey were it former county Coroner j. Ai. Jacobs j by received. Who will testify that or. Kaber died _ Las a result of the Stab wounds Alleg j Dublin july 12. Irish Republican. Between j j j by restate to have been inflicted leaders chosen to participate in i by by assassins hired but mrs. Kaber. Conference to be hold with the British As a result of judge Maurice Ber government on thursday left Dublin members charges chairman non a ruling today the jury can not j this morning for i on Ion. Find mrs. Kaber guilty of killing her with one sided Ness Over six husband by poisoning. This court in a a i a c. 011 the indictment was withdrawn Horn hours debating spent on Bill. Fordney much House measure subject of altercations members. Democrat by associated press Washington july 12.�?the House today adopted Over almost solid democratic opposition the special Rule governing consideration of the Fordney Tariff Bill. The vote on the Rule was 222 to too with four representatives not present. I r he jury by the court at conclusion of the state s testimony. If she is convict a cd it must be on the charge that she conspired to murder her husband but i stabbing la second count in the in London june 24. It is planned to i Washington july la. The Ford Ney Tariff Bill was alternately con damned and praised in a six hour sea free mrs. Kaber on the Sion of the House today. In a speech piracy charge judge which Drew repeated rejoinders from that the republicans representative Collier j ing tended by associated press Washington july 12 plans Are i completed for a four week conference for stale superintendents and teacher winners it vocational education is to be conducted at Dunwoody Institute Minneapolis beginning july 18 a it cording to an announcement made by j l. S. Hawkins chief of tile division of vocational education of the Federal Board of vocational education. The Airn by the conference which will by a new depart it o in vocational i duration in the i United plates was declared but Hawkins to he for the j pulp Tao of bringing together leading a due tots of the country with the a minion understanding for the pro gee. Of each. Investigation of Treasury is begun by state Civ associated press apr no yield pm july in state treasurer Edward e. Miller appeared be ire the Sangamon county grand jury late today a. Tin first witness in the invest git on of the state Treasury darted by attorn y general Brund age sub Noev yes will be served it was Learned today on officials of Arnout and com Nany and Swift and company whose securities amounting to $10, 000,000 a to have figured in Al leg irregularities of the treasurers office while governor pen Small was state treasurer from 1015 to 1917. The grand jury is composed almost entirely of Farmers who were recalled by state s attorney Mortimer when attorney general Brundage and the san Canion county prosecutor decided to Start the investigation. Efforts will be made to Complete the investigation by thursday it was tonight the Fanner jury left their Harvest Fields in response to the special Call and Are anxious to get Back. Dict ment. Testimony relating to alleged Poison race ing however May be considered by the jury in its deliberation on the conspiracy charge judge Demon Over ruled a motion by mrs. Kabert a couns a to have the testimony withdrawn from Iii jury and also a motion to stabbing con Bernon held ii Iony relating to Poison to support the states of Mississippi a democratic member j charge of conspiracy and premed Ifa of the ways and Means committee. Hon. Charged that chairman Fordney had it is expected thai much of he Cie permitted the committee to hear Only j tense testimony w ill a Given by rnai one Side of the Case in framing the Cal experts relative to mrs. Kanerv measure. Mental condition. At tin opening of or. Collier declared the american the trial her counsel slated that in people had asked for duty free meat sanity w ill comprise a part of the and they got lava and skeletons that i Delouse. They asked for free sugar and got a a is in of Bill has. Ral j tailor held up so High a he Quot that the people will suffer deprivation. The Bill Iessi leeches in without duty. American leeches have been hanging around the ways and Means committee for months asking for rates so High that i Thev would draw the very life blood and robbed of $500 in loot by associated press Minneapolis july 12.�? How t to f the people and i Filiti to see the men who apr cared jus customers Drew logic of letting in other leeches with out being taxed upon their american Vahi a i the revolvers hold up and robbed Harry Berstel in tailor of $500 in Cash Cheeks and a Welly and then bound elevators Are running again Republican speakers included an j Gagge Ltd their victim and put Birn representative Wurzbach of Texas i basement of the a opt was told who challenged hic democratic Mem j j Minneapolis police this morning. Hers of his state delegation to vote for a Bill which he would help their people As much As those of any other Section. Support for the measure also was voiced by representative Martin of Louisiana a Democrat or member of the ways and Means by associated press com Mil tee who announced that he Chicago july 12. The strike Olcie Felt it would be beneficial loth valor employees at Chicago elevators is South. Over insofar As the Grain operators Are the Days debate w As marked by concerned As full Crews Are instil 11 eel an attack on half a dozen sections of at All elevators and at the end of the the Bill by representative Frear of week will be equally efficient As the Wisconsin the Only Republican mein striking employees according to stat Ber of the committee which drafted ments made by the operators. The Bill who has not lined up with by associated press Washington 3 c0 p. Rn., july 12.�?enactment at the present moment of adjusted compensation legislation for Veteran s. Of the world War would Quot greatly imperil the financial of the country pres Dent Harding today to the Senate in the second address that he has made to that body his administration. A your land has had its share of financial and Industrial depression a the president a and we Little heeded the growth of our indebtedness and our limit of expenditures during the War because we could not Stop to consider the Cost. Our first thought was the winning of the War and the survival of the Nat in the president further pointed out that it was practically impossible to the soldiers Bonus Bdl corp iteration at this time. He cited the Tariff and tax Law and it would be a a unthinkable to let any measure be shown preference Ever them. A it is vitally necessary a he , a to Settle these problems before adding More burdens As contemplated in the pending soldiers Bonus Bill. A i want to emphasize the suggestion a the president in concluding a that the accomplishments of the object for which you were summoned Here in extraordinary session will have a reasonable effect or the entire country and that Speed Progress and activity in this matter will tend to make a prosperous and Happy Washington july 12.�?favorable resources Are understood to have been received from All but one of the Powers to which the United states suggested a conference of reduction of armaments and related questions although so far there has been nothing in but encouragement received by officials of other nations. One report intimated that some plans were being formulated already and november 11, armistice Day has already been suggested As the Date. The exact subjects to be taken up Are understood not to have detailed consideration but officials while conversation might not logically Lead to a plan for the association of nations As advocated by president Harding. Paris july 12.�?Tho French government will acc pm Slih pleasure reparations for i reception of pm land without Reserve an invitation to a non <1< Valera in London thursday conference in the limitation of Amia or a discussion designed to Bettie j ments. This is stated in a letter to me he Irish question incendiary so in j american embassy sent there by Tho Belfast assumed even greater pro government to be forwarded to Prest a Ort ions than did the disorders on Dent Harding. Today notwithstanding the fact a hat the Fin Between the two a j London july 12.�?Tho world is in urns be earn effective it noon. J the eve of one of Tho most Apical the English Premier was notified a vents in history. It is the by tin Republican Leader to Don of news following president hard a that ii would arrive in London j Inge a proposal Lor a on. The n thursday. It in understood that j limitations of armaments and Pacific us colleagues will include Arthur problems and the Brit so Gvero the party was made up of Ramon de Valera president of the Irish re Public Arthur Griffith founder of the sinn fein Austin stack and Robert c. Barton sinn fein members of the British parliament. A world conference of the Irish Art of Brien Secretary of the Irish self determination league Bas issued an announcement that the a ague has taken the first Steps to organize tin conference. An organizing Secretary is about to take office n Paris. Of Brien says he Hopes representatives of the self Detent Ina Ion league is ill be chosen from each if the states of America. London july Lloyd George la while today was Premier making Griffith founder of the sinn fein co lessor John Macneill in j. Dug ran and Austin stack Simi fein i nun her of parliament Lloyd forge s colleagues have not been an meat s acceptance. The scene in Tho House of commons yesterday afternoon when Premier Lloyd George announced that Britain was wholly acquiescent Anet bounced. That the proposal was a the official announcement did not j memo Abio one. Specify the place where the meeting1 the or s to be held j crowded it although the truce in effect today the or to wrought Back to Dublin much of its j ,u1 peace time appearance there a make it a ouch excitement in the Vicinity o j Belfast where incendiary so was a in imminent. There were no serious i Hon of i a Ptim a was a or poke to a h 11tiber and Cee. Government we and would do its Pucce s. Asked and nod that corned to e utmost to to elks to elect 1922 officers Camail ins. Although several person were removed to hospitals for treat j meld of injuries from assaults Ethel j than hooting. The i brigade was Ca ii i to Lorn teen. Fires. A t v of Short is Rand where the i corporation stores Are situated was quenched bul several spirit groceries j in the Leopold District were burned out. The police were fired on to i night in York Street hut no one wast hit. There was much excitement i throughout the evening with revel ver an Rifle firing in several Dis i disc Quot a y silent i Lent con he Jug in Wash continued on Pac two legion works in interest of disabled vets by assorted Pri Chicago. July i. Eft it manent organization to Bith Mississippi / Valley / a a a 11 ids. By associated press in the extent of material damage los Angeles july 12.�?�?� selection of property sundays rioting in Bel grand Lodge officers and of the con fast Caa be compared to that during a fierce it Aiji h an a glom of is Aid executives no y idled an unyielding the majority. The Wisconsin member entered his fire on the Dye embargo provisions and in so doing assailed Francis p Girvan. Former alien property custodian for the methods he is alleged to have used in disposing of i German Dve patents. Or. Carven or Frear charged had not obeyed mention City for the 1922 session Wae Jle Dublin uprising in 1916. A fierce needy the Laws of Bis country in the Sale of th1 work before the fit seventh an. And Savage spirit animated the Lac t. The patents and had violated internal Nual convention of the grand Lodge of i ions throughout the whole Day and six states were rear muted a Hon Al Quot Laws As Well. The Dye pro the benevolent and protective order of evening and Large areas of the Cit meeting. The Rev. On aul Hon vision or. Freer asserted should go elks Here. Were swept by Rifle revolver and Ma-1embrace 18 out of the measure adding that a William we Mountain of Toledo Chine gun fire. The disturbance purim of of a i threefold temporary f in Leda tar hospitalisation for in is and sailors and to. U known As inference Ltd on communing a re and for Beisa Loti sold tutus for All at vice in in who May request expected to ask that they be voted Ohio becomes grand exalted ruler appears to have been a out when that Section of the Bill la succeeding William m. Abbott of san fight Between sinn fein and unionist a Simmons department Francisco. 1 continued on Page six temporary Secretary. At the will state. Thomas Lee de Kansas was idea Ted chairman and Rob of g. Of Nebraska reached

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