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Dubuque Times Journal (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Dubuque, Iowa Two Dubuque times journal july 27. I9$4. Deadlock Over budget chief in Iowa Senate continued from tape a the weather director today was refused confirmation by the state Senate. Haynes name had been sent to the Senate following rejection by that body of Fred l. Maytag of Newton. The name of George w. Clark former governor who was nominated by the governor As associate director was withdrawn from Senate consideration by or. Clark after the executive session convened it was announced. The rejection of Haynes further complicated the deadlock Over a budget director and brought into prominence the demand of the House of representatives that the special session scheduled to end at noon today should continue until the budget Law had been amended to provide that a simple majority instead of a two thirds majority should be necessary to confirmation of the budget director. Governor notified. Governor Kendall was officially notified of Haynes rejection immediately after the executive session ended shortly after Nooft. The continuation of the deadlock was not explained officially but was generally regarded As the result of dissatisfaction with the budget Law coupled with resentment on the part of some Farmer members of the Senate that the governor had not named a Man closer to agriculture than either Haynes or Maytag. Most of this mornings executive session it was said was devoted to discussion As to what would happen should the Senate refuse to confirm any nominee submitted by governor Kendall. No member had an explanation of the situation it was reported. Vote is taken. Finally a vote was demanded and Haynes was rejected. The number of votes against him was not announced under executive session rules. Individual members interviewed said a half dozen votes probably w Ould have changed the result. The fact that the Farmer members Felt the governor had slighted their group in making his nominations was a new Angle in the fight. Some of them were quoted As saying they believed the executive should have at least conferred with them on the of his selections. One member of this group was declared to have said nominees would continue to be rejected until the farm interests were Given equal representation on the budget Board with the other interests of the state. Kendall seeks advice. When the governor was notified of the latest action he asked attorney general Gibson for an opinion As to his position should j ? permit the legislature to adjourn the special session without a confirmation. He also inquired if he would have Power to reappoint Maytag or Haynes to serve until the next regular legislative session. It was believed the governor would take no action until this phase of the Law had been cleared up. With All Hope of final adjournment of the session at the set hour 12 of clock today members of the House and Senate started discussion of a Resolution under which the governor could name a director for a 90 Day period thus permitting the Assembly another Chance to act on his nominee when it convenes this fail for final adoption of the Date. House members apparently had Given up temporarily the idea of eliminating the two thirds majority requirement in the confirmation Section of the budget Law and were seeking a Compromise with the Senate. Buy or build your own Home Washington to be Center of Campaign her Rise has been rapid one continued from Page i j h department of agriculture. Weather Bureau. July 26, forecasts till 7 p. In. Sunday Dubuque arid Vicinity sunday fair and warmer. Iowa sunday probably fair and somewhat warmer. Illinois sunday probably fair and warmer. Wisconsin sunday fair except probably unsettled in North portion warm Westher condition. Dent committee. That is As near As a fair weather map is pres need this Jie in dependent have come to a morning with a very Large a i of re m a. Eon ran it la Roo a timely High i slurp covering the in name As vet out of course it is too tire country from the Rockies to the Long to Wear through a strenuous appalachians resulting Clear ski an am somewhat heated Campaign reported from almost the whole co inr0jjette Leonle Are a Lannig Tiv although Shower it occurred tuna 1c pee i in Are planning be St Rdv at a Tew wide scattered an ambitious program hut Munfort 11-Pointh around the edges of the United lately for them Quot fighting Bob Quot him states Montreal Arain receiving Over an Inch of rain and Norfolk reporting a 24-hour fall of 2.26 Inch s. Normal temperatures prevail almost generally Over the country. Afternoon Maxima yesterday reached so degrees at Points As far North As the Canadian Boudar in the Northwest and this figure will probably be quite general through the Interior this afternoon and in the nor Easterly districts on sunday afternoon local observation. A. In t a. In. Yesterday today j temperature degrees 77 i j Rel humidity per cent. Tailwind direction new is j wind vol., Miles per bout precipitation inches. 0 Quot state of weather Lear pm Cloudy highest temperature yesterday 7 it 1,0west temperature night of. The Sun will Rise monday at 4 a2 a in. And set at 7 26 p. In. River bulletin. Flood stage change self is not physically Strong enough to make the sort of Campaign they would wish. As in the Case of the republicans the vice presidential nominee of the independents will have to do most of the actual campaigning. Wheeler is Happy. Senator Wheeler likes the situation immensely. He will tour the country anti is an effective Speakm he has a robust Constitution and a love for the hustings that will take him far. Naturally he is expected to dwell with some regularity and no Little personal Pride upon the record he made As a a prosecutor Quot in the Daugherty investigation. He will not find the democrats h i colleagues following him very Lur in this respect. The democrats Are going to feature the Oil investigation. For they feel that it got some where. The Daugherty investigation became a free for All mudslinging contest with no one immune and its course was directed almost wholly by senator Wheeler recognized As a Democrat in name Only and by senator Brookhart of Iowa. A Follower of senator Lavallette. Brookhart on Fence. The Lafollette managers Are somewhat disappointed that senator Sippi in this District or in the lower Brookhart has announced his Intel Wisconsin although int River will prot a stage today in 24 it it hours re a a 14 0.1 0 0 14 0 4 0.0 12 0.4 i�?"i4 of j. 12 0.0. Is min lag is 2 3 _0.2. Is 3.3 �?0.3 15 4 5 a 14 s. 4 0.1 30 18.6 �?0.7 re to s 7 0.0 12 2 s 0.0. 14 5.6 0 0 River it. Paul. Red Wing reads la Crosse. I among. Prairie Duchien. Dub Ucb. A Ven port. Keokuk. St Louis Wisconsin River Wausau Wisconsin rapids Portage Rise. To fall River forecast no important Chang is indicated in the level of the missis Ahly continue to fall very slowly at Dubuque. For another Dav or two. H. Merrill . Bumper wheat crop brings Prosperity Washington july 26.�?with the number of Bank failures decreasing rapidly from month to month in the Coolidge forces Tion of remaining squarely on the Fence and going nothing to assist i either president Coolidge or senator j Laffhette. This is virtually a Vic-1 tory for the regular republicans for i they never expected any Aid from senator Brookhart despite the fact j that he has been nominated As a 1 therefore if senator i Brookhart gives neither Aid nor Comfort to the enemy Laffhette the have scored what states West of the Mississippi where May prove a decisive Victory in the stringent credit conditions obtained state where Quot the talk Corn grows Quot last Winter High Treasury officials some of the independents have gone expressed the belief today that the go far As to predict that Laffhette reported bumper wheat crop in Many and Wheeler would carry Iowa. They of those states had placed the Finan based this belief on the Victory of Cia institutions of those districts on Brookhart in the primaries and said their feet again. It evidenced a resentment in the Treasury records show that 342 state which would be Felt by the Lebanks were forced to close their publicans. Now that Brookhart has doors Between january i and july decided to confine himself to a issues Quot i. These include 267 state and 73 and not to men much of the suppose National institutions and while a few j cd Lafollette strength has vanish More have gone out of business since 1 in thin air. The records show that the failures 1 senator Laffhette will Issue Many in May were 20 percent fewer than statements during the Campaign and in april in states West of the mis direct the fit ?0 car As Elfi strength Sis Sippi and 2ff percent less in june wn1 permit but he will not be compared with May child two years old is fatally scalded Able to stump the country As Roosevelt did in 1912 and the expectation that his candidacy would arouse As much interest As the third party movement that year will have to be whittled Down accordingly. However _ it is troublesome enough As it is to Mason City la., july 26.�?ehory i fhe two o<1 parties. They Are glad it Schultz two year old son of or. M8 now use. And mrs. George Schultz living six i a Rpp Quot Quot can i amp. Miles North of Plymouth died at a in addition to having president Hospital Here As a result of scalds re a huge Here at Al times the re received Friday. The child fell off Ujj bucans Are to maintain sizeable Headquarters in Washington with a sofa on which it had been playing and overturned a pail of boiling water. His body was completely covered with scald Burns and doctors could give but Little Aid at the local Hospital. Bank messenger is robbed of $42,000 chief Justice dead. Manila july 26.�? by the associated press a Manuel Araullo chief Justice of the philippine islands died Here today. James b. Reynolds one time Secretary of the Republican National committee in charge. Or. Reynolds was the original Coolidge for president Man in 192fi and sought to put him Over at Chicago being Content of course when the convention turned to the Massachusetts executive for vice president. J the fact that the Republican Campaign plans Are progressing rapidly a without any out word evidence that Moscow july 6. A confidential Bascom Slemp Secretary to the messenger for the state Bank was president is to have an t m Ive part held up by five armed men in the in the fight has led to further gossip heart of the City yesterday. After j Here that the strained relations be stripping the messenger of 142,000 tween or. Slemp and National chair the bandits commandeered an Auto Man Butler have shown no signs of Mobile belonging to the commissariat Healing and that or. Slemp is be Jajcek. Tar. 8 through in a a held to his Job at the White crowded streets the robbers escaped. State witness in Franks Case is challenged continued from Page one last services conducted for Nathan Brooke Lur years it a of she not a Job pm the Magazine am didst Uhink hold it Cecile a. Kirwan who. At a big National Magazine. Taay at 23, she ii editor and Doin it i. The work of five people has been made editor of two years ago she got a Job on the woman s weekly in Chicago and she did t think she would be Ahi to hold it. Today visitors Are told Quot meet miss Kirwan she is just 23. Her climb in the Field of journalism has been rapid. She always had her goal and she went after it. Women attacked by mrs. Boetscher gang of a hijackers Quot Given to rest san Francisco. July 26.�?the new Type of criminal known As the Quot hijackers was held responsible for one murder attempt and for an assault on an aged woman and a Young girl in the san Francisco Bay Region today. H. J. Ferris. San Francisco merchant suspected As a Bootlegger is suffering from serious Bullet wounds As a result of a supposed Brush with a Shija kers Quot in he half Moon Bav Region South of Here a Bullet riddled automobile was found later near the scene of this shooting. Ferris is unable to make a statement. The aged woman mrs. Mary Grabill so owner of the Crum ranch winery at Livermore and miss Christine Juwig 18, who lives with her were attacked by a gang of supposed a hijackers Quot which attempted to enter the winery. They were frightened away leaving the women beaten and Semi conscious behind them. The funeral of mrs. Dora Bettch Jer was held saturday afternoon from j Walton a Chapel at 2 30 of clock. I the services were in charge of Rev. G. A Baumann. Interment was i made in St. Johns cemetery. The casket waa borne by Charles 1 Bluecher James Franz William Taake Charles Nank George vein i Ders and William no Ank. I surviving relatives in addition to j to Bise Whoso names appeared in the i a obituary on Friday Aro her father j j Henry Kalka of Dubuque two hts a ters mrs. G. Tryon and mrs. Fred j j Zembko of Elkader la., and one j brother Fred Kalka of Clayton la. Ing it on the Telegram rack of a parlor car in a Chicago depot. Two new alienist. Or. William j. Healy of Boston and or. Benjamin Glueck. New York alienist were added to the staff of the defense today. Their presence it was said presaged a hard court tight for the lives of the defendants when they have their innings next week. Clarence s. Barrow chief counsel for the defense announced that or Healy is director of the Baker foundation of Boston and is a specialist in juvenile delinquency. He said or. Glueck formerly was examining alienist at sing sing new York and More recently attached to the municipal courts in new York. He too is Active in juvenile cases. Defendant Litten Jewed. Reporters who questioned Leopold and Trieb last night found their sentiments unchanged a of do not feel sorry for myself for what i Leopold was quoted As saying. Quot i did it and that Sall. I got myself in this Jam and its up to myself to get out. Quot i have great feeling for my father and Brothers. But myself no life is what we make it and i appear to have made mine what it is today. That a my Lookout and nobody a else a Loeb was questioned regarding his disinterested attitude in the court room. He said he was merely acting natural. Quot i sit in the court room and watch the play As it progresses. When the it we laughs i laugh when it is time to be serious i am that Way. I am a Spectator you know and i feel myself As one. Us there a no a you ran Tell the people on the outside there is no faking or pretending. I have watched you reporters across the table and you laugh smile Yawn look bored and All the other things. Why should i he different Quot it is from the Demeanour of the youths that the alienist for the state partly expect to prove that they Are sane and mentally responsible. Doctors William a. Krohn and Harold Douglas Singer said. The studied Courtesy of the two. Leopold especially during the first fits in custody the alienist take As a basis for their theory. Quot anyone who recognizes social rights As Leopold did must also recognize individual rights the individual right to life Quot the experts said. Funeral services Quot for Nathan e. Brooke were held at Egelhoff a Chapel Friday afternoon t 2 30 of clock Rev. H. Ii. Biers of St. Matthews Church officiated. During the service Quot Rock of Ages Quot and Quot Jesus Lover of my soul Quot were Sung by the misses Dene Luz and Minnie Buelow accompanied by mrs. Hattie k. Roes Ner. Jut rement was Mode in St. Johns cemetery. The casket was borne by act and Frid Chesterman de Miehe James Highley George Trimpler and Delbert Hiller -. Veterans told to file claims by d. A. V. Man love affair in poor House has tragic ending continued from Page i Earl l. Muller of Dubuque in charge of local work on compensation any Veteran of the world War who has a a claim for compensation or wishes to apply for vocational training should get in touch with Earl i. Muller 1780 Central Avenue. Muller 1780 Central Avenue. Muller a phone number is red i592-l. Muller represents the disabled veterans of the world War the d. A. V. Has been instrumental in carrying claims successfully to the j veterans Bureau and offers its As i distance to any Veteran who has j such a claim but either has not filed it or has not had it passed upon. Muller wishes veterans to note1 that though they May lie late in filing. Subsequent legislation May ex-1 tend the time limit and hence it it would be Wise for them to file now. Muller also suggests that those i knowing of Odd jobs that could be filled by disabled veterans Telephone i or write him and Tell him about j to in. If anyone has r filing Cabinet which could be used temporarily by Muller in caring for the affidavits and other documents which must be taken care of in filing claims he would appreciate hearing from them the rivalry Between 71-year-old Hugh and 75-year old Mueller it was Worth dropping their knitting for any Day and it was the subject for child like jests among themselves. The old men. Too. Were Quick to note How the Field had narrowed to two and they also speculated on which would win. Ida. A much the Coop me As in Hor Early Days she had four husbands in her time Shell Tell you was equally Nice to both of her swains but jealousy was there and Between choir rivalry and the tensing of their almshouse Cotman Fons. Henry and Hugh ceased to i it pals and became antagonist Ltd Ami jealousy slew. Then one Day they humped info each Oiler on a stairway. A quarrel followed with their quavering voices swelling info a Crescendo of the hatred of rioting rivals. Their canes thumped the Stair rail and then were flailed about As the argument grew warmer. A you leave that woman alone a piped one. Then Mccloskey tripped on one of the canes and too old to regain his poise fell Down the stairway. Ile was dead. Mueller was held in prison one Day then returned to the Relief Home while authorities pondered Over the Case. And Ida she a through with Mueller too tile idea men becoming angry and fighting about her a i saw them quarrelling and i turned my Hack on them Quot she says with some asperity. Quot i never could abide fighting and i done to want nothing to do with crankiness. And. Ain t i right a Quot at any rate. The almshouse inmates drab live now hav a new Light something nil can discuss on an equal plane aft r they be tired of hearing the life stories of the let eran. The improvident and the Plain out of Luck. Buy or build your own Horne pout it ii wheat Vali is us a in Winnipeg Man., july 26.�?during the first thirty minutes of trading this morning wheat prices took another boost of six cents Over yesterdays close and july wheat reached $1.52\ and october $1.45. Chichester s pills i fee ing in Mio ii ukr i. 14lri ack Juu t 4 Mam. No Lirou. Rill in had and a of. I in a a a so ii a a til a to of i or Borut a to Gnu in if pro ult a by am o in Hua in Impi. Our trn a if to Yow known min a a i i n a�?T.-. Pm sold by druggists every we of free insurance for Railroad workers Bulgaria to wage War on communists Sofia Bulgaria july 26. A declaration of martial Law by the bulgarian government following the example of Rumania As a measure against communists is expected Here. The ministry of the Interior has offered rewards to civilians for killing bandits. St. Paul. Minn., july 26.�?thirty thousand employees of the Northern a Pacific railway of six months service will receive $250 insurance poll a Des and those of a year or More service $500, under a plan announce cd today by president Charles Don j Nelly in addition to this free Protection employees May take out additional insurance through the company. Hog prices climb at East St. Louis House Only by the per 1 persuasion of the president. White House spokesmen still insist however that All is Serene. J fad it. I 1 sold above i Tiona sin i time sin it i $10.15 w Ala. July a hog $10 a Hundred at the a k Yards today for the fir october 2 1922. A top r recorded. Prices have been reduced at the Marinello bobbed or Long hair completely and permanently waved 20 regardless of the number of curls corresponding reductions in Marcel waving water waving manicuring Etc. 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