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Burlington Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Burlington, Iowa Weather forecast unsettled showers probable River stage�?8 feet 6 inches fall of is Inch since saturday Seth year the Burlington Gazette there with the 12 pages Stab. 1837.�?no. 97.Burlington, Iowa monday april 23, 1923. Stricter liquor blockade is Ofrim Little girl is dragged from jaws of death Hospital care provided for child whose doom has been sealed. To negotiate Price 3 cents. German asks help of yank he aided As War prisoner Council Bluffs Veteran gets letter telling of conditions in Germany. Navy expected to be ordered into action against rum smugglers. Light Craft sub chasers to be used ifs pretty Tough to see a Little child suffer in the midst of plenty just because its parents cannot provide necessary medical care and right. Environment. You did not know about this but the social service league did and it saved the child s life As set Forth Here in Case no. 5 Bill for 2 cent Tak on Over $9,000 subscribed by citizens of Burlington for state Park at Starr a Cave Oil Concession in spotlight at Berlin preparing positive of. Col mall Blua april 23._john says measure fails in Equit Fer to allies on reparations correspondent learns. Smith 39, world War Veteran now an j employee at a local a l filling Sta-1 Tion has received a letter from the German Soldier who guarded him a a a a during imprisonment at Tuckle London. April a it. By i he As. 4t Prussia where he was held a Berlin a Able financing of Highway construction. Vessels Idle since War will be manned and put in coast patrol. Inv whence. By David Lawrence. Copyright 1923. By the Burlington Gazette. Washington april 23.�?the Navy of the United states May be ordered into action soon against the rum runners on All coasts. President Harding has been advised that the anly practicable course to Stop bootlegging on the Bens is to have the Waters inside three mile limit patrolled carefully by All the Small Craft of the american Navy. For the time being no Effort will be made to tackle vessels flying foreign flags and lying outside the three mile limit but under a recent court decision the prohibition authorities feel justified in pursuing any vessel dying any lag which comes within the three mile limit and then makes a dash for outside Waters. Await court decision. Although the higher courts have not yet passed finally on the Issue prohibition officials Point to the precedent established in scandinavian countries where a twelve mile limit is observed by vessels chasing those engaged in smuggling. They have no doubt that the twelve mile limit will be upheld by the highest american courts and that it will have a distinct influence on the attitude of foreign governments. Tho prohibition enforcement contingent has deferred to the wishes of the department of state in recent months refraining from any act which might cause International complications by seizure of vessels outside the three mile limit and the of text of this policy has been to give Secretary Hughes an Opportunity to negotiate quietly with foreign governments so that their co operation in preventing their own vessels from conspiring to violate american Laws might be secured. There it a feeling in official circles Here that the British government has lately been disposed to View with much More favor the overtures of the United states government for a better understanding with respect to continued on Page two in january the social service league was notified of the critical illness of a Little girl of two and a half years. The youngster had pneumonia with a temperature of 106 de Grees and was threatened with em-1 q Teyema. Her chances for recovery a Apps rns of Pari in it we Ere slim hopeless in the Small poorly built and poorly furnished Home w with her eight Brothers and Sisters. Unemployment sickness accidents and other reverses had kept the family at Low water level. Now there was nothing to help this child in her fight for life. She was sent to the Hospital at the expense of the s. S. L. For Days her life Hung in the balance but finally the formed a suitable basis for a continue came and the change was for the Des Moines la., april 23.�? by elated press a the Berlin or Quot prisoner for More than eight months the associated press a the two respondent of the Etc ral. Let a a during the world War in which be is cent gasoline tax Bill passed by the he learns on Good ant Merity that the informed of conditions existing in Rel nature in the closing Days of German government is preparing a Germany and in which hug Aid is legislature in the closing a its positive offer to the allies bought by the writer. The Letteri As the session was vetoed by governor government he adds will declare its i translated follows Kendall today on the ground it fail to negotiate and discuss j dear or. Smith red of its purpose the equitable a questions of reparations and a we were together in Tuckle where m. E. Finck and Emil Florang do wonderful work in raising funds a. P. Eastman Heads subscription list with $1,000 donations the other subscribers. You were a prisoner of War. I was a a a a. _. A a i the watchman Friedrich Kutzke who urn. Ana poorly iuiu�0�w i sort Quot n \ a it Fri i every Day brought you food and Here she lived crowded in ted of the Peoples a party Oft time 1 brought you something Mann loader p. R secretly from the City. You and told a Public gathering Hoiu a Monde gave me your address. Alday that lord Curzon speech in the Day to whte yet u How House of lords last Friday had Jug in Germany and How bad con ated a new political situation w e a Pons Are it a gentleman a suit costs the German government would Tase at its proper value. What lord cur Zon said about a settlement of the a to t reparations questions he asserted v a a a t you to help me a Smith to Send Aid. Smith went to France with the 168th Iowa , recruited at Glenwood la. In the Lorraine sector while on a recon loitering duty four out of his squad of eight were killed and Smith wounded and taken captive together with the other three. While being questioned by an interpreter Smith was evasive for dancing of Highway construction and maintenance. The tax proposal governor Kendall held would impose a Burdon upon Consumers of gasoline for purposes other than motive Power. It would amount to a penalty to numerous industries the executive 300,000 to 600,000 Marks and other decided. Among the groups that pro tested strongly against passage of the Bill were dry cleaners Organiza better. For four weeks she May in her Little bed at the Hospital fighting for health and strength and at last she won. Not yet a robust child she has weathered her illness with no serious after effects and the social service league Hopes the summer weather will find this child romping and playing with the full vigor of any healthy three year old. Necessities of life Are High for poor a pie to get. I will kindly ask if it is possible por the River will be ready for service on upper River about july i. Mcgregor. La., april 23.�?four 190-ton self propelled steel Oil burning barges Are being completed at Grafton 111., and Are to be ready for service on the upper Mississippi before july i. The boats Are 64 feet Long and 29 feet wide and Are to be covered to protect freight from the weather. Information received Here from St. Paul is to the effect that Tho River transit company a new water transportation concern is to put them in operation Between Minneapolis and St. Louis to handle All kinds of freight. The government s failure to get any of their Nineteen barges and four steamers into service after seven years and a reported expenditure of $4,000,000 is receiving Muon Adverse comment in upriver towns and cities. The boats and barges were built especially for use on Tho upper Mississippi and were leased to e. Goltra of the Mississippi Valley Iron company of St. Louis for use. Upriver towns were informed in towing Coal and Oil North and Iron action of inter Allied discussion. An understanding could be reached with Germany or. Stresemann added regarding German reparations Quot for our life or death does not depend on whether we a billion Gold Marks More or less. It does however depend on the Rhine and the Ruhr remaining German a he continued. Protest expulsion. Berlin. April 23.�- by the associated press a the government has sent a note of protest to the French British and belgian governments against the expulsion of Prince von Hatzfeld the German commissioner in the occupied territory whereby the population it is declared is Quot deprived of the last Means of making known the sufferings they endure at the hands of the occupying refutes German Story. Paris. April 23.�? by the associated press a Premier Poincare speaking in the town of void yesterday asserted that the offer of thirty billion Marks which Baron von Rosenberg germans foreign minister recently told the Reich Stag was rejected by the allies without a hearing last january was never made and waa Quot invented for the tons. The cleaners had been granted a hearing by the governor. Calls it tax. The legislation governor Kendall declared in vetoing the measure the establishment of a state Park to consist of three Hundred or More acres surrounding Starr s Cave Northwest of Burlington is an assured fact. Ninety two Hundred dollars of the $10,000 promised the state Park commission or state Board of conservation by the City of Burlington on condition that the Board would established a state Park Here have been subscribed by generous burling j troians and the balance is in sight. In Here credit is due. The great measure of the credit for this Happy state of affairs is due to Moffatt e. Finck of the Murray Iron works company and Emil Florang of the Burlington Basket company whose industrious and intelligent presentation of the Case to the people has resulted in a wealth of subscript credit in this respect is also due to j. J. Fleming president of the Burlington savings five in damaged seaplane saved by Marine police Pilot swims ashore from ship forced Down to bring Aid to party. Delegates meet for new fort to draft treaty for near East peace. Great Britain and France Are unease was a Plain sales tax. The original Gas tax proposal was 11008 cheerfully Given introduced by senator Caldwell. It provided that All Gas Revenue should go to the primary Road fund. A sub Bank and Arl s. Leopold of the Leopold desk company when the matter of establishing a state Park in the Starr a Cave neighbourhood was first broached the state statute Bill written by senator Mead provided for a 5015u division of the Revenue to the secondary and pro two we�1 a a totem to. The pro Board of relation. E. R. Hor healed. Kutzke secretly smuggled Volt a that a Bird of the Revenue in state curator and other Mem Bendage and medical supplies to ,t0 1 be i it a Mary Road bed a a Quot. A a and two thirds to the secondary fund. Smith who expressed a desire to do the 9 conference agreement a red both houses by a Bare constitutional majority. Something for his former guard because Smith says Kutzko s kind Ness probably resulted in his being alive and Well today. Road tax repeal ineffective. One of the first acts of the special 1 session of the legislature was to pass a Bill repealing a Road building tax i Levy of two Mills which the Gas tax i drafters had overlooked. The veto will not mean a smaller i Berg of the Board after inspecting the site declared it the prettiest spot in Iowa and admirable. Situated for the purpose proposed. But they stated there we Ere on file eighteen other applications for state Parks. In Many instances the land was offered to the state free. In other instances the application were accompanied by Cash offers. Messes. Finck and Florang and other Burlington ians interested in new York. April 23.�?four men and a woman passengers and Crew of a seaplane the f. , forced Down to the Waters off Coney Island last night were rescued by the Marine police after a sixth member of the party Robert Dewey owner of the flying ship swam too Yards to Shore and summoned Aid. Dewey is said to be a Nephew of the late and i Miral Dewey. The five were rescued after they had Given up Hope of Succour the police launch having drifted about for More than an hour before it picked up the disabled Craft which was dragging its Anchor and Drifting helplessly about the seas. Several we aves had washed Over the frail plane threatening to sweep the weary passengers overboard. Pump Ells. J a pump used to circulate gasoline aboard the f. L.-1 began to function badly after the plane left Atlantic City last evening. It was Well after la o clock when the plane was forced i Down a considerable distance off Coney Island. Wind and Waves sent it gradually toward the Shore and finally Dewey Slid overboard and swam to Shore to summon police Aid. The woman passenger was mrs. Muriel Boggs of Detroit. J. Al Kus of new York and two mechanics were the other aboard. Fear Grant to Chester inter est3 May interfere with their own concessions i 107 recent Chicago liquor trans Fer gets Roscoe Andrews a in bad with Haynes. Washington couple claim record of 108 hours stopped by police. Washington april 23.�?police interference waa necessary today to stay the feet of the last two survivors of Washington a dance Marathon who after a mysterious disappear Ance during the night came Back to Ore South Between St. Louis and St. I a dance Hall Here and announced Paul. Or. Goltra has failed to put they were continuing unbroken the the boats and barges into this serv ice. Congressman Porter publishes letter taking Issue with lord Cecil. Washington april 23.�?assertion that action taken by the league of nations Assembly on the opium traffic was Quot intended to legitimate be and thereby continue to encourage the Sale of Large quantities of the drug was made by chairman Porter of the House foreign affairs committee in a letter published today to i Ami Robert Cecil leading British proponent of the league. Citing the treatment by the league s Assembly of a Resolution similar to that adopted at the last session of Congress to limit the production of opium to the Quantity Quot needed Only for strictly medicinal and scientific purposes a or. Porter said the Assembly had substituted the word Quot legitimate Quot for the phrase Quot strictly medicinal and performance they began last wednesday night when the police the government recently has broke up the dance the couple de taken the Fleet away from him but i cared they were completing their still there is no Assurance that Thye 10sth hour Aud had made a new will be used on the upper father of Coria a up Enrri Waters. At Tho time the boats and 8 barges were built Many old River Dallas tex., april 23.�?r. J. Newnan expressed the opinion that the Man local athlete and world War Cruft were too Large and of to Veteran quit the floor Here at 3 52 heavy draught for the Northern of clock this morning having set a Mississippi. The barges Are 300 feet record of 107 hours and two minutes Long by 50 wide. I dancing. To was allowed a 15 min these same sceptics now Are Ute rest period each four hours of wondering if the government As his endurance test which started at Well As or. Waltra is not afraid to 4 45 p. In. Last wednesday. Locally even try River. Washington april 23, prohibition director Roscoe Andrews of Illinois was suspended today by Comissi Nej Haynes pending an investigation into the Case of Tho Grommes and Ullrich distillery. W. D. Moss acting director for new Jersey was designated to take charge of the Chicago office. In the Grommes and Ullrich Case liquor valued at $500,000 was distributed among stockholders As a result of the dissolution of the firm. Or. Andrews was in charge of prohibition enforcement during the dissolution proceedings. Or. Haynes said that or. Andrewes had g Ven permits to remove the liquors from the Grommes and Ullrich warehouse to the Homes of the stockholders sharing in the distribution. Although this plan he said had been disapproved by head quarters Here in other cases the Illinois director failed to advise the Washington office of his intentions. Negro shoots amount Tor Highway Tor the Coni m a Date a a not bus and of ered to my biennium the measure having Railsb a Fum of a Boon a substitute for other tax Meas j a and and is a9s x.,atm pro. Urea Whit founder the veto will re Noua satisfactory. The project. As presented by messes Finck and main virtually unchanged. The veto message. Governor Kendall a veto was addressed to Secretary of state w. C. Ramsay. It follows in part a the ostensible purpose of the measure is to require those who travel the highways to contribute specially for their construction and maintenance. But it is not so confined. It in no sense attempts to impose a privilege tax for the use of the Public roads. In its last analysis it is a Plain and palpable i summons Cole newlyweds ? Florang and their associates at one captured the fancy of Public spirited citizens and responses were Beral. The Entrance. The main Entrance to the Park is an Ideal one and easy of Access for it will be directly opposite the North end of Dankwardt Lane just West fourteen couples married tits bus last week subpoenaed by judge. Lausanne april 23.�? by the a social pm press a the question of tin near Eastern Oil Fields Especial those covered by the Chester conces Sion is in the foreground today a the Allied and turkish delegation meet in another Effort to draft i peace treaty acceptable to both sides whether the general subject Al concretions comes before the Confer ence formally seems to depend or the Success of direct negotiations be tween British and French Concession holders and the turkish government which were advised by the Allied when they agreed to detach Economy questions from the treaty. France it is believed will probably insist on the right accorded her in 1914 is the former turkish government Anc the British delegation has let it in known that it will support the French claim in the event the Imp is brought before the conference. France and Britain uneasy. Both great Britain and France received the news of the Chester Grani with a bit of uneasiness France because she thinks the 1314 agreement gives her priority in territory covered by the Concession and great Britain because she is Uncertain As to whether the re Ion thus opened to american exploitation affects till mandated Trak territory in which is the valuable Mosul Fields. Delegates Bere understand that till nit cd states through he or re pvt so native. Joseph c. Drew will continue to support an open door poll icy. Bassia eliminated. The outstanding feature of the resumed conference is the elimination of soviet Russia. The correspondent continued on Page two St. Joseph. Mich. April 23.�? by the associated press a fourteen of Bockus greenhouse on Sunnyside k re brides and fourteen Young Bienvenue. The West Burlington Street gr0oms of the House of David Ben car line will serve Park visitors i Ian in Purnell s israelite Colony were most conveniently. Roads will be built sales tax assessed to liquids pm which will connect with the in the Park. Or Power regardless of whether or not such liquids Are used for be hide propulsion. It contains no sex a pol is roads. Medi Irish Ridge and. Bottom subpoenaed at noon today to appear before judge Dingeman of Detroit this afternoon and Tell Why they suddenly decided to get married in two big group weddings held on Suc emotion whatever and those in the the establishment of a state Park in state who Avail of gasoline for other this Beauty spot will prove Emin it will be readily appreciated that j Jessive nights last week. Judge Dingeman the one Man the than transportation purposes Are As heavily penalized by the proposed statute As those who use them exclusively for such purposes. Quot it is futile to assume that the Farmer would be benefited by the Bill even if his county and township Road Levy were remitted. He in common with other owners of cars we Ould entry Worth while in every Way. In this Day of the tourist the number of them that will be attracted hither Ward by the Park is inestimable. It is enough to say that their names will be legion. With the gift of $10,000, burling tons share in the expense of the Park ends for the state pays for still be compelled to the already i in p1,0per,y and he Upkeep of the them out on the upper deny reports of troops Landing Tokyo april 23. A by the associated press a the War office today denied the reported Landing of japanese troops at Alexandrovsk on the siberian Mainland. Dies at Memphis. Memphis tenn., april 23.�?a. B. Seelenfreund 56, of Chicago International Secretary of the order of by Nai by Rith died suddenly at a hotel Here today. Says Daugherty uses office for political purposes Pittsburgh pa., april 23.�?attorney general Daugherty was accused of using the Power of indictment in the War Camp contract cases for political purposes and of besmirch ing reputations without evidence of Quot even decently support his charges a in a speech Here today by r. C. Marshall jr., chief of the construction of the army during the War. River stage. Davenport la., april 23.�?stage of Mississippi la crosse�?5.9, a Rise of .6. Prairie do chien�?7.5, Rise of .3. Dubuque�?8.4, a Rise of a. Davenport�?g.5, Rise of .3. Keokuk�?6.2, fall .6. St. Louis�?13.8. Fall of 4. Boy finds $19,975 in stolen Bonds in Jar in Alley Minneapolis minn., april 22.�? a dirty fruit Jar found in an Alley by a Small boy who broke it and gave the a pretty coloured paper to his playmates contained $19,975 in Bonds stolen from the Bank of Maiden Rock wis., on january la last secret service men and police announced. Tho Jar was found by Raymond Knutsson. 7. Between a Sleigh and a enrage. How Long the Bonds had been there and by whom they were hidden May never he known. One of the boys Irving Speigal 12, got $7,625 Worth of Bonds. In True pirate style he buried his "16ot&Quot in a vacant lot. Then he dug it up took it to the first National Bank and offered to sell it. Bank officials called detectives and secret service men. It was declared this set a new world record. On the basis of 15 minutes rest i every hour hours Newman had a total respite of about six hours of the 107 total. When the end was finally reached Newman perfectly Normal in conversation was unable to keep his eyes open. The Muscles in the Eye lids refused to hold the lids up further physicians said. Leander Case in e s. C. Cameron in Hospital with dangerous Bullet wound in Back. Heavy License fees exacted and in addition thereto the tax on motive Power contemplated by this act. While the legislation comprehends a tax of but two cents a gallon gasoline it May be safely anticipated that the increased Cost when apportioned to the ultimate would be at least double that amount. I think that the average citizen of the state cannot afford another Burden so substantial As this. Suggests income tax. A i venture the suggestion that if More revenues Are necessary they Park. There is much Timber mostly of a Hardwood character on the site. The Park will differ from Crapo Park in that it will be a natural Park and will be left just As it is with the exception of Road building and the Clearing of underbrush. The subscribers. The subscription list is headed by e. P. Eastman vice president of the Chittenden amp Eastman company with a donation of $1,000. Citizens who each gave the sum of $500 Are Henry w. Chittenden. George g Higbee. William Carson. Or. And mrs. C. S. Hutchins Emil i May be derived from a moderate tax i Florang. Horace s. Rand. J. J ran on the larger individual and corpor Tom. Warren Churchill John Blaul. Ate income and by uncovering the John Boesch co. Vast volume of moneys and credits Charles armknecht gave $200. Now confessedly undisclosed to the the following citizens have each grand jury appointed to investigate charges of immorality at the Colony wants to know whether some one suggested the sudden marrying off of the girl residents of Purnell s Home. Twenty nine witnesses had been subpoenaed for this afternoon. Besides the fourteen brides and fourteen grooms judge Dingeman will hear Ira Wagner Deputy county clerk who wag called to his office at night last week to Issue the wholesale marriage licenses. The licenses were concealed for two Days and the grand juror wants to know who suggested that they be suppressed. Difficulties anticipated in serving subpoenas at the House of David where 700 Long haired and bearded men and flowing haired women look More or less alike were ironed out by sheriff George Bridgman after a conference with judge Harry Dew Hirst attorney member of the Colony this morning. Or. Dewhirst agreed to have the Bride and grooms from Fok Island steel car ferry Battles ice and fog in Lake Michigan to reach party. Taxing authorities. Waterloo to. April 23.�?s. C. Cam _ a Pron is in a Hospital Here with 3 \ jaw replica of dangerous Bullet wound in his Back j As result of revolver shots fired last j night by Joe Davis coloured when capital exhibit Cameron seeking furniture Adver-1 used for Sale called at the House a8bmgton, april ground was where Davis and a coloured we Oman Llen 111 the mall Here today for Are said to have been drinking. Cameron was accompanied by his wife who witnessed the shooting and was at Lier husband s Side As he Payne a Home in subscribed $100 mrs. C. C. Clark Frank a. Millard. Emil Webbles a. B. Chittenden w. B. Eaton m. Eisfeld Clara starker Leopold Walsh bros., j. F. Deems strange bros., j. I Edwards Hertzler amp Boesch co., s. R. Amp i. C. Mcconnell co John j. Seerley. E. D. Clary Drake hardware co. Burlington a Frankfort. Mich. April 23.�?eight woodsmen and a woman Cook who had been marooned on South Fox Island Are recovering today from the effects of weeks of scant rations. Tho party with an aviator whose piano waa wrecked in an attempt to Tali food to the Island were brought hero last night by a steel car ferry. Ann Arbor car ferry number 5 loft Here yesterday and made the trip to the Island and Back after an Allday Battle with ice and fog in Lako Michigan. The Story of hardship was substantiated by All of the men Reo cued except Nels ask Foreman of Tho Crew in the employ of the Zapf fruit company of traverse City. Aik said the men refused to work after March i. The men asserted they assemble at Shiloh at i p Otto ae-1 Wera unable to work because of Lack cent Legal service of the subpoenas a food. And promised to transport them to the St. Joseph City Hall w Here the j inquiry is being held in the House of j David cars. President will the construction of a replica of the i Zette e. C. Gould Arthur Schwerin incompleteness of records balks state move to dismiss proceedings. Fell to the sidewalk in flight from the negro. Both Davis and his woman companion Are known to the police. Fred Lundin and 23 co defendants called to trial Washington. April 23. A incompleteness of the record in the Case brought by William c. Blander con-1 evicted in the courts of Webster county la., of murder prevented the submission to the supreme court today of a motion in behalf of the state to dismiss proceedings. Dander while engaged in robbery killed a Merceir and was sentenced to death u on his plea of guilty. His counsel then contended that his conviction we As invalid because he had not been properly indicted by a grand jury. The motion to dismiss which was delayed today by objection of glanders counsel will probably be presented to the court next monday j. H. Schier. I b. Ringold co., win. F. Mcfarland John Zurawski. James Moir. Those giving $50 each Are Moffatt e. Finck h. C. Jordan. Then. W. Kriechbaum. Robert Moir Carl s. Leopold. John a. Gregg John j. Fleming r. E. Pettigrew Geo. C. F escape Joliet authorities believe friends on outside aided Trio in getaway. Delivers address there tomorrow at associated press meeting. Home of John Howard Payne immortalized in his Quot Home Sweet Home Quot As an exhibit during the coining shrine convention and also a fear ure of the Quot better Home movement which will be celebrated in june. A site near the White House was chosen for the replica of the historic i Swiler Sutter Waldhoff drug co., i Home w hich also will be used As Iguest. J. P. Mailandt an information Bureau during the i cln0urupe co. Convention. Later it will be mowed i a. A a. To serve As a permanent exhibit of a. J. Cockrell e. G. Dis the building dropping to the ground to connection with the meeting. Washington april 23.�?president Harding leaves Washington tonight for a Brief visit to new York when april 23�?three con he will deliver an address tomorrow i a Omar Viets at the state prison Here is j at the annual meeting of the Mem v a. J caped from the Hospital Early today be ship of the associated press. I the following each gave $25 will i by sawing the bars of a window in address will be made at luncheon Joliet 111. The in queer a Duff a p Edgar. The women a committee has Chicago april 23.�?fred Lundin the better Homes movement reputed dictator of the William h. Terror furnishings will follow the. Ine. Women s committee Nas As Thompson Republican faction and period of the original Home Anglia rep Ltd it Huj Twenty one county defendants were j every retail will be followed to Ere understood that they have had called to trial Here today charged j ate the atmosphere of the old Home with defrauding the Chicago Board of Stead. Education of $1,000,000 in school Monr or Tut a it tits a Topi i a a a Waterloo Man Heads Man injured in Good results. The names of future subscribers will be published from Day to Day. Funds. A panel of too venire men formed the first group of citizens from which the state and defense will select a jury to hear the Case but observers predicted because of the notoriety that has kept Lundin in the Public a attention More or less for several years that probably it will take eight weeks of questioning some 1.-500 citizens before the jury Box will be filled. A Iowa fishing league Waterloo la., april 23.�?judge George w. Wood Waterloo was elected chairman for Iowa saturday at the National convention of Isaak Walton league of America in session at Chicago. This carries with it the presidency of the Iowa organization. He also was one of the a Fly one National directors elected motor crash Dies below and scaling a Wall. They were j the president who will be Accra Horace Simmons George spider and panted by George b. Christian jr., Noble Dickinson. His Secretary and brigadier general a Roll Call ordered shortly after Sawyer his personal physician is 2 of clock this morning ascertained expected to leave for Washington the identity of the fugitives. Tuesday night. It was said or. Simmons was serving to years to Harding also probably would a com life for robbery with a gun. Spider i Pany be president although Kin 5 to 20 years for burglary and Dickinson aged 23, 5 to 20 years for burglary. Authorities believe they Des Moines april 23.�?melvin were aided by friends on the outside Jones aged 21, who was injured on april 14 when his motor truck collided with a Street car died in a local Hospital Early today. His Uncle w. C. Schurke who was with him at the time of the Accident was instantly killed. Mrs. Scharks was seriously injured 4 1j who were waiting for them in an automobile. Suds for Europe. Boston april 23.�?cardinal of Connell sailed for Liverpool on the car mania in quest of Quot relaxation of mind and plans were not definitely known. Boy chasing Ball of roof electrocuted Aplington la. April 23.�?igjgjfl9 Lindaman 12, died last Midnight of Burns received when he Cam Iii Contact with crossed Telephone end electric wire in climbing on a she to recover a baseball Wuh which i and other lads had been play my

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