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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - December 8, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
Tel be pages the evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxi Mitchell South Dakota Friday december 8, 1922 number 58harding asks farm credit Farmer comes into his own with Congress agriculturalists will pull strings at coming session Authier says credits is big Issue a it san tor no How k Viki i Gay is Regar Dei is kist authority on subject Republican Bureau 101 District Bank building Washington i it. Dec 8. By George f. Thier Quot in Farmer at lost. Has come into his r never in history of legislation at v Ellington has tile agrarian milked Large in the estimation of political Liers and Well lie May. His will a he deciding voice in the election 1924. Ami both political leaders and a e Farmer himself realize it. Rho result is that the Winter sess to of Congress upon which the Fate f the Harding administration will or ally hinge will revolve about Niter legislation. The once ignored or i Eso native of the country. Has Ltd invited to sit in the front parlor a Washington and no one is partial How Many evidences of the i in Yard he brings in with him. There will be other subjects besides r a t agricultural legislation before a ingress this Winter but most of them will revolve about tilt Farmers a crests. Ship subsidy legislation is probably the most unpopular measure before Congress yet the administration will Endeavor to make it take with the agricultural Region by and Var icing the argument it is for the Benefit of the Tiller of the soil. Harding is sincere regardless of the merits of the leg lotion there is no doubt about the is in Erity of president Harding in urging it. He regards the building of a he merchant Marine As. All . A conclusion in which All agree. The difference of opinion arises Over a he methods to he used. The Percsi rent is equally genuine in believing that a merchant Marine will la Een More important to the Farmer than to and one Pise and on this subject 11, Ere is some difference of opinion tat even ship subsidy must stand or a All by Tim Way it is taken by the inner an Effort will be made to t k the great lakes St. Lawrence Vlee ways project with the merchant urine Bill to make it take better in he Middle West. Eari Fler wants rail action Railroad legislation is another mater which will absorb the attention of legislators not Only from a general in Asp rotation View but from the Uidl of the Farmer. The Western soil Tiller knows there a something Tho matter with the a ii Road situation. He knows lates Are too High and be feels aggrieved Mer Tim or shortage. Which has mused him severe losses. He want Hose remedied. He Doest care Kiich How it is done but the cab to repeal Tim Ruch cumin ins act Appl als to him. Once this is done he a is a Start May be made All Over i Cain. The administration has be. Out of assemble the Farmer vote if it can or. So without sacrificing the interests of other sen tons of toe nun try. It proposes it tackle the inroad problem from this Angle anti sieves that As the debate progresses the Alliance Between the Armer and organized labor which is a carded As an illogical one. Win dissolve. However there is 1 1 p Kel Hood of real Railroad legislation his Winter or by the next Congress each Side of the controversy will Stock the other and Railroad legislator promises to be the big outstand a Issue in the Campaign of Io-1 Rural credits an Issue during the Winter session the administration will seek to secure the Quot age of Rural credit legislation. Rids has been decided upon formalising the Only question is How to do it ii d please the Farmers themselves. Here the administration runs up against two schools and is in a quandary As to methods. The plans under a Smider amp ton Are along the lines of the Bill reported by representative a Pierson of Minnesota. Which the More Radical group of farm representative describe As a palliate o and not a cure. This group leans More to the Pinna proposed by senator Norris of be Iska and representative Christoph a son of South Dakota both of which Morosc to give direct financial Aid to c Farmers the National co operative Congress which meets Here december 14. Presenting about the most Lusty new Tro vement in marketing methods proposes to consider Rifal credits a rom their viewpoint. Some of the la Jef minds of the country will he a cup. On that occasion and the recon Quot libations that will be made to a a tigress undoubtedly Quot ill Bear fruit. Nor Bock a authority to the Back ground of Rural credit egts lation. Senator Norbeck of South a it Theta is a dark horse figure. He s a Rural credit Bill before the sen which is modelled on the South Lakota plan. Senator Norbeck is described As the Best authority on Ira i credits in the country since the Loath of David Lubin. The famous italian economist and it has been a matter of Surprise that the administration did riot Call him into conference before deciding upon its adopt a of a Rural credit plan. Probably t o Man in the Senate has Given the a Jet such exhaustive study As senator Norbeck and he is expected o furnish a very vital contribution to he subject once it gets started. Selection of Herrin jury nearly Complete Butler still storm Center of fight Ove nomination to Bench farm Bureau Barbera a removal Bon homme county body lays cholera spread at door of state Board Man careless Voith virus formal Tia highs Are filed with governor a who thus far has not acted it Erfe Butler Washington i. A. Dec. 8.�? by a. I a opening of executive hearings on the nomination of Pierce Butler. St. Paul attorney As an associate Justice of the supreme court was postponed yesterday by a Senate judiciary sub committee until today. Senator elect Shipstead Farmer lab Orite of Minnesota appeared to protest or. Butlers confirmation but his and other statements Quot in Over. Four of Irish insurgents die men held responsible for death of Deputy Are tried and executed Dublin Ireland. Dec. 8.�? by associated pres leased wire a Rory of Connor and. Liam Mel loves together with two other Irish rebels were executed in mount Joy prison this morning it was officially announced. An official army report state that the four men were executed As a reprisal for tile assassination of Sean Hales to Deputy shot yesterday and is a solemn warning to those associated with them a in the conspiracy of f�s�a8sinattot against the representatives of the Irish the two other men executed were Joseph Mckelvy and Richard Barrett both prominent republicans. Roderick Rory i of Connor and Liam mellows were leaders of the band of Irish insurgents that held the four courts building in Deblin in its stand against the free state troops last june. Each was taken prisoner when the building was captured after a three Day siege. Tyndall. P., dec. 8.�? special a formal complaint has been made by a the Bon homme county farm Bureau to attorney general Ryron 8. Payne and governor w. To. Mcmaster regarding the finding of quantities of cholera virus containers in five Dif i Ferent places in Bon homme county and the removal of j. L. Barber veterinarian. And member of the state Board has been requested. No a i Tion has been Token by the governor. Farmers of Bon homme county suffered a loss of More than a Quarter of a million dollars from hog cholera last year or tech of which it is believed was result of the virus containers scattered about the coun i to. Many of these bottles it is nid. Were labelled with the name of or. Barber and the fact that they were j found Iii such quantities in five different parts of the county and near running streams Lead farm Bureau officers to believe it is alleged that the depositing of them was not acrid Tai. Farm Bureau Cut Cost claim for sometime or. Barber has sold to the Farmers of Bon homme county hog cholera serum for $10 per Bot tic according to the officers of the a Bureau. Previous to the serious out i break of the disease in the county. The of film Bureau they say decided j to sell the serum to the Farmers at j Cost plus overhead expense amounting to about $5. Discussing the situation in the City one of the farm Bureau officers said a we found enough virus in the City dump at Tyndall alone to kill All of the hogs in South Dakota had they been Able to get to following an investigation the states attorney of Bon homme county sent a report of the findings to attorney general Payne. The re port is in part As follows j a on september 16, 1922. Some Hunters found a Large number of hog cholera serum and virus bottle in a i Lake about six Miles Northeast of Tyndall. Bon homme county. The matter was reported to the farm Bureau of this county and the officers of that organization made an investigation and reported the matter to me i As states attorney and to the state livestock sanitary Board. An invest 1- gation was immediately started. Bower i Jake investigation a it was found that by Laired s of j bottles of anti hog cholera serum had been dumped into tile Lake As i Well As a Large number of cholera bottler. Boil cd of the bottles were broken but most of them were still corked. Tost of the labels on the bottles were water soaked and either removed or the Reading thereon so dim it could not be distinguished a in this Lake containers of virus and serum bottles were also found. On several of the boxes were found i the water soaked and discoloured labels hearing the name and address of let a. J. L. Barber Tyndall. S. D. One Box had the name of a. R. I Cooley care of or. J. Barber i Springfield. S. D. Or. L. L. Barber. Of this City has a Label which lie says to or 4 0 serum bottles and about a dozen virus bottles had been dumped in the ditch running along the Railroad right of Way and Highway. There has been a heavy growth of Sweet Clover at this. Placed which w As burned off a few Days before the finding of the used City dump. Charge a we were informed by or. J. L. Barber that it has been his practice to dispose of or dump serum and virus bottles in the City dump ground which is located at the Southern Edge of the limits of the report continues. A investigation of the a dump ground revealed a Large number of serum and virus bottles. Or. Barber denied having placed a any virus or serum bottles in the dump ground since last Spring however hundreds of bottles were found Many of them of recent Dale and it could easily he seen that they had placed there within the last few Tion of the fourteenth ame Days. A Container from the Sioux Constitution representative representation president in his annual of South again address also urges two is under fire constitutional changes congressman Tinkham stirs _ up hornets nest by letter to president it was unintentional but matter of electoral College to brought strongly to the fore again executive tells Congress prohibition Laws must be enforced or altered according to Public desires discusses rail problems and ads for registration of aliens a would abolish railway labor Board Republican Bureau., v i. Or Vav of District Bank building delivered to a it to it on one who think it to h to to. K deals with nearly a score of subject. For my 0f Ortner ,.a a chief among them prohibition farm itself and the new order. Washington d. O�?T., dec. 8 a by associated press leased wire a president Harding in his Anna Iii message and economic order is not More than barely begun a and continued a there never again will be precisely the old order indeed i know of be desirable ame the War r a a a them promotion Lann it Seir and the new order established if George f. Thier credits the transportation problem and made secure never will permit its by writing a letter recently to pres child labor and been a Dent Harding on the subject of Viola a the executive announces i Pur a the fret distress of readjustment pose to invite the governors of the came to the Farmer and it will not dment to am territories to an Early con be a readjustment by to abide until a George i Ference with the Federal executive a he is the president said. City serum company addressed to n0jden Tinkham of Massachusetts Hority with a View of adopting Defin j a the distress brought to the Farmer hrs. Barber and Barber was found har renewed Tho discussion of the a1-j Ite policies of National and state co does not effect him alone agric tor legend Over rep Resen Tate on of the operation in administering the pro i Jel ill Fortune is a National ill Fortune. South in Congress and in the elector Billon Laws he says the Day is in offer credit suggestions at one place in to co joke the discussion has an in Likely to come when the prohibition i a the farm Bureau which already virus bottle had been Tim ate Bearn on the. Agitation which amendment will be repealed and that has prov pm its usefulness through the broken and the contents spilled Over senator Norris Nebraska has started the nation should adapt its course a Federal Laud Banks May Well have its in As clean and Good state of preservation As the Day it bad been taken from the office dump ground a paper the report also state that 15 or so to a Toof he it Cople rather. Serum bottles and a half dozen uru electing them by states in the elect bottles were found scattered along were the Highway two Miles East of Tyndall. Kmet submits Turk proposals on Dardanelles to secure election of presidents by a Cordingly. Powers enlarged to provide ample than president Harding told Congress farm production credits As Well a in that if the statutory provision for Large land credits. It is entirely Pray prohibition enforcement Are contrary j fica i to create a division in the Federal to deliberate Public opinion which he land Banks to Deal with production does not believe the rigorous and lit credits with the limitation of time eral enforcement will concentrate pub so adjusted to the farm turnover As out vote the More pop in i lie attention on any requisite modify the Federal Reserve system provides sections where voters Divide on party cation for the turnover m the manufacturing mum uphold nation Honor in it mercantile world. Special prove a lion must be made for livestock Prosuch,.l a Quot a the limit of Hind form with the Law and sates the he i a my Clarke. Oral Pillege. By this system. The South which votes almost unanimously democratic would be Able to lines. On the other hand the South would not be Able to vote its solid j electoral votes for democratic candidates the representation in the ool lege being based not on the votes Jcak to but on tile total population. Stir up Hornet a nest Nii Littlon of the government and the humiliation of our people before the we orld and challenges the destructive forces engaged in wide spread Viola or. Tinkham was desirous of Tion. Official corruption and individual stirring up sentiment on the volstead demoralization. Measures Are pending before you and the Best judgment of Congress ought to be expressed in a prompt enactment at the present session. A but american agriculture needs More than added credit faculties. That amendment by his letter to president j Wuh refract a to the transportation credit will help to solve the Quot pet no Harding but instead has Shirreff up prob Lern or. Harding proposes that problems growing out of War a inflate Alu Eden Voas at Lausanne a hornets nest relative to the South. Lip it Ramiro a t labor Board be abolished de land values and the drastic Della indicate agreement is the fourteenth amendment provide with the substitution of a labor div Tion of three years ago. But permanent nearer than far that where persons Are deprived of j a Ion in the interstate Commerce Corn and deserved agricultural Good for _ their franchise representation in i Mission with Power to require its nil tune depends on better and Cheapo Lausanne dec. 8.�? by associated Congress and to the electoral College my to be accepted by both parties of transportation. Here is an outstand press leased wire Turkey present i shall be Cut a Quot a accordingly. It is a disputed question. The executive ing problem demanding the most Vig de to the near East conference today a Well known fact that the Large be so proposes that the Law require the Orous consideration of the Congress counter suggestions concerning con j Gro population in the South is denied carriers and their employees towns to hot by transp fruition ening the Security of the Straits of constantinople or cd the sea of Marmora. V limitation of naval forces bound for the Black sea so that they not constitute a danger to the zone extending Between the two Straits to the Black sea. Turkey expresses the View that these Force might be composed of Light warships employed for the Protection of International Commerce. Interdiction on the maintenance of warships in the Black sea. Liberty of passage for merchant men in time of peace and of War. Of voting White and non voting it Lihu it welfare. Insistently declaring to the contrary Blacks. Every Effort heretofore urges co ordination. Embargoed his shipments or denied made to remedy this situation has coordination of All transportation his cargoes when fortunate markets been vigorously and successfully re facilities is urged by the Dresden were calling. Too frequently trans listed by South these would include not Only Inland rotation failed while perishable pro the solid South including the states water ways but motor truck transport ducts were turning from possible proof Alabama. Arkansas. Florida. Georg j tation As Well. He in weighs against the fit to losses counted in tens of inuit. Kentucky Louisiana Maryland i system of paralleling the railroads Bons. Mississippi. North Carolina. South with truck roads thus draw leg freight j a i know of no problem exceeding Carolina Texas Tennessee and Vir from the steam lines instead it a making. In importance this one of tran Portal Ginia casts 144 votes in the electoral j the motor truck a feeder tor them. Hoi we have built forty percent of College a a Aslo in it rt4rrl?r themselves or. June world s Railroad mileage and yet j Harding suggests a Way of incr Ras. And it inadequate to our present re d Iff err Moo Eairly seen it Economy and Fici Eticy there in. A que Fremont. When we Conten Plato some Conception of the differences merger of Linos into system Intel jibe Inadequacy of today or is Hsy to in voting populations in these state change of freight cars the Catis Ollda believe that the next few decades will compared with Northern states which Tion of facilities Ani the economic use witness the paralysis of our transport have the same representation in the of terminals. Ile powered that the tation unless using social scheme Ora College and in the House May be manager of he lines a to without hat Complete re organization on some new gathered by a few comparison. Ala a inter Carrier to operative a Clation Bania has twelve votes in the elector ship a who highly essential to the most a his transportation problem can Best economical operation a j not be waived aside. The demand for 1916 was 131.177. California with urge Mon Farmer a credit j in Farr products and ten electoral votes the same year j More extended a Rcd for the Fern Quot a ii la ignored cast 999.551 votes. X Irginia with 12 is strongly urged by the executive electoral votes cast 153.900 votes in i who declares thit the it a proof of Ismet presents pfc Siti Oti. _ the turkish position on the ques a College but it voting population in Jan. Tion of the Straits was presented by Ismet Pasha who gave a historical sketch of the problem of the Straits declaring Turkey never had acted contrary to International treaties concerning that waterway. Bandits seize mail at St. Joe robbers stage bold Holdup on station platform in Missouri City for several years this Lake had about three or four feet water in it and the bottles and boxes. I have been submerged. I it ast May. J however the Lake was practically drained and is Only a bog. J a judging from the appearance or the bottles and boxes found and from 1916 while Iowa a with thirteen elect helpfulness already Given is the Oral votes. Polled 516.495 votes strongest argument for the Peri Nan after hearing Ismet Pasha s address Georgia with 14 electoral votes cast put establishment of my cd credits i the conference took a recess until of a total popular vote of 158.600 while he says the farm loan Bureau May i ter noon to give the allies time to Michigan with is electoral votes cast Well have its enlarged to restudy the turkish suggestion. 648,507. Arkansas has a represent i vide ample farm or dits j some of the european delegates Tion of 9 votes in the electoral col a Well As enl go emits. Two amendment Are a proposed Jim Woald give j Congreve authority aver child labor and the other would restrict the issues of tax exempt a dirtiest which Are Sci cured to in up the Souter of fax Cral taxation and pm Sui raging unproductive i Ami extravagant expend tire by states and Niit Itiat Allah a enactment of legislation providing i has of yesterday gave notice that the in Terne is solidly United against the while South Dakota with russian position and gave Ismet As the College cast 128,942 votes. Tex much information As to Europe a attitude toward the Dardanelle question As he could Hope to obtain. Many turkish leaders doubting the As with 20 electoral votes cast 372.461 and Pennsylvania with 38 in the College cast 1.297.079. Bound to ans friction St. Joseph. To. Dec. 8.�? by a. three unmasked men armed with revolvers and t shot gun held up two mail clerks at the Union station at 12 55 of clock this morning and escaped in a waiting automobile with one a Kago of registered mull and five packages of first class mail the Holdup occurred o i the station platform just As the two clerks started from the mail car to carry the mail into the terminal station. The three men stepped from behind r. Truck piled with mail sacks and flashed their weapons on the clerks according . Clerk employed at the local terminal who had gone to the mail car to assist Albert Woellner of Kansas City the clerk in the car. Woellner. Who had the registered sack and two first class packages refused to hold up his hand and one of the Bandit knocked him Down. The bandits then seized the mall ran across the station Yards to a waiting automobile and fled. Politician is Atlanta a. Dec. 8.�?fred j. Ossenberg of Evansville. Ind., former political Leader in that state was released from the Federal Penitentiary Here today. After serving Between four and of Lxi a month of a sentence of one year. That most of the bottles were deposited in the Lake either late in the autumn of 1921 or the Spring of 1922. I Ani also informed that practically All the farm. Or living along snatch into which the Lake emptied. Us from hog cholera during the fall of 1921.�?� other Container according to the report were found along Side of a Culvert near the Joseph Simon farm these it is said. Were covered by a growth of weeds and could n or be a seen from the Road. The Culvert is said to be near the head of a water course which finds its want Emanuel Creek and thence into Missouri River. Two Days after the i the bottles in the Lake the report says a number of hog cholera virus and serum bottles were found on close co operation with the soviet delegation at the expense of cordial relations with the Allied Power. A i Vii Toller i n tenacious the entente plan went far towards. For registration of aliens and for More i hese comparisons bold throughout j thorough examination of emigrants at the ports of embarkation urged. 11 in infirm i permanency of the bolshevik regime the Fata at hand. Serum i Russia have counselled against too the Southern and Northern state it is a pame thing is True of representation the a prp8idt.nt says there is a Are it in adopted by the nation it Quot i the in a ingress. Congressman in Nebraska a a 11 a a in a. South Dakota. Iowa and Michigan represent from three to four Linen As Many voters frequently As disc have fair ill turn a a railways Are not expected to Rondo. The most essential service in our social organization without a fair return on capital invested but the government has gone so far in the regulation of rate and rules of operation that it has the responsibilities of pointing the Way to the reduced freight costs so essential to your National welfare. A Thoro is a Call to make tile alien Ron it our i to tit ii hoi is while he our to continued. Let Tho who an rending the moral Fibre of Tho Republic through easy contempt for the Law bes St Lino they think it re a idiots or Erso tial Liberty a Nimmler that they set the example and let Rod a contempt in Law which will ultimately destroy the Ray Public. A constitutional prohibition has been e suffered to giving Turkey absolute sovereignty Southern members. Adds that advocates of revolution Are lying Factor in our Public life 1 Over the Straits but it was general j this situation Bas been going on abusing the hospitality of american by expel Ted the turks would demand to Long that it a come to be a Shore a finding their deluded to Low the Day is unlikely to come when a greater latitude in order that Don i Cepter yet it is bound to cause Fric ers among those who take in the in j repealed a amendment will a Stantin Ople might be free and capable j Tion in the future and the figures give in Imants of an american without i cognized food for considerable thought. Knowing an american cording by. Of the statutory provision o would Register aliens for its enforcement Are contrary to of defense in an emergency. The tenacity with which foreign minister Tchul Tcherine has held to his demand that Turkey be Given also Lute control of the Straits made it t a Peri a a probable that Russia would a 1 prove no other program and that Russia and Turkey might therefore. \ j pm if a break on the third Nelles Issue. The j turks do not want to be forced to build a Navy and Are eager to obtain the Aid of Ttye european Power in the act May Well be rec and our a curse adapted a seek Trace of Claras plane registration of aliens the president deliberate Public opinion which i add., will enable the nation to Uard not believe the rigorous and lit again to abuses in immigration chef k ing the undesirable whose lir Coluar coming is his first violation of the Law and at the same time will facilitate the needed american zing of those who mean to enrol As citizens. Dealing with foreign affairs. Farm i reconstructing their country Highway near the George i end rain. A three Miles West of Tyndall. I Pon a we Vav a a of vat a investigation it was found that about j us i by a Oregon town is to help China prison of to Chat a Fon Vic de Harding tells Congress that american a Hammer my bar Esse is eral enforce Mont Widli concentrate pub he attention on any required modification. Quot ill summon Gox Croix a tile eighteenth amendment in i valves the concurrent authority of or. State and Federal government for the enforcement of the policy it defines. C aped through air swept by fire sixteen business blocks in Astoria born Ltd loss is near 15 millions Marion 111 dec. 8.�? by a. ��? Wop lotion of the jury to try five men a a barged with murder in connection kith tote Herrin mine riots last june was possible As Williamson county circuit Curt convened today to resume examination of salesmen. Eight of the 12 juror have been chosen and three prospective juror were being held tentatively by the de sense which i in the Lead Iii the questioning of venire men. Weather forecast South Dakota fair tonight saturday continued cold. And Dan till cu0stmc 90 Vouk App Ljuko of la. Is tue and wb5t�?~3t. Pom to put Opp Tiu. Lates c j Swuat Voo Cakl to top a ii Iii in hmm by Ujma is a ii Iii la Mizii la i ii r itt in fat Astoria. Oregon dec. 8.�? by a. A it a the business District of Astoria was Laid in ruins by a fire which broke out shortly after 2 a. In. And despite efforts of the local fire department and reinforcements from Portland. Swy ept sixteen blocks causing a loss estimated at Between $10,-000.000 and $15,000,000. One life was lost in the fire. According to available reports. Morris Staples automobile dealer and president of the Astoria Bank of Commerce. Dropped dead. Two other business men who were missing and believed dead later were accounted for. I at 8 of clock the fire had eaten under the pavement on commercial Street Burn info the. Piling on which i the City had been built and firemen were unable to Cope with this development. Patients were removed from St. Mary a Hospital All the window of which were shattered by explosion of dynamite or gasoline tanks. The Astoria Astorian occupying a new building on commercial Street Distant from the devastated area began mov relations Are not Only free from every a certain Lack of definiteness through threatening Cloud but the country a division of responsibility a hum in contributed it larger influence to 1 produced. In order to bring about a Ward making conflict in Likely. Full understanding of duties and re a it has been or Fortune both to i Sponski Biliie. Or thus distributed i preach and promote intentional in purpose to invite the governors of the a he adds. A we Are cog states and territories at att Early on n in an air plane that worlds struggle for port Unity. To a conference with their the state fair 1 i readjustment and rehabilitation retral executive authority. Out of the late last night. The Man i Etc Sam the or Quot whup Hal Quot 1 which will id not Cive their name # Quot apathy or fraternity or thu be possible it m confidently be but said they were from Tuscon. Five Rob ton cons Hiu 4emerf a j1 More adequate Fairground the up in not it of he i and a an Cju in Quot Dyndor our 1 and it nnrt7% of la or Nat Toni Quot a no 8hnfr"d3.pu.i report that form he a via in Quot peking. Cd Hina. Dec 8.�? by Assoc Lara Phillips escaped convicted los _ r <,0<k _ dated press leased wire a the Angeles murderess was believed to1 resident began his address by it Niril Irivin me american destroyer Asheville will a have used an air plane in her escape. 5�_nfrr"m,l� in Clemenceau to make Phoenix. Ariz., dec. 8.�? by a. a woman about five feet five inches in height weighing about 125 pounds and dressed in a heavy Black coat Witk a a which Landen on grounds Here and woman i s. Destroyer prepared to land men at Tsin Tao to fight bandits rive at Tsin Tao tomorrow and it u caused them to investigate the land or it Thuch. Or understood Here the vessel will not ing of the plane. Quot in Uay di8turb<ld,Lah 11 r hesitate to land Marine if the bait a the fair grounds superintendent. Taster Pelman. Said he thought the woman hair a Light coloured. The Man accompanying her a dressed in aviators clothes. Id r refile social Detroit woman held on charge of plotting most important talk in Washington today dits infesting the District endanger v. A r a is of f in the lives of foreigners after the japanese evacuation. Japan is prepared to restore the in Tao Clove lease hold to China at inquiry a made at the local noon sunday. The japanese legation hotels but the replies that no couple announced today that All the Japan j from Tuscon had registered and that Ese troops would be withdrawn be amp a Man in aviator s clothes had been ing the District in the hands of observed in the lobbies were Given. Chinese soldiers. J Selman when shown a photograph two japanese destroyers which j of Clara Phillips said he was in Hax e been in the Harbor of the port Able to say whether she was the to for sex eral Days Are prepared to co Man he saw he added the inform operate with testing lives and property of foreign a a peaked a face and High Cheek of a gunman to kill her wealthy Hus Asa of Avion Ai the most inv portent o7 nationals. . Ney j. Ford offered the gun-1 his Washington speeches the Bandit activity is regarded j a a a a of 8 t Man $20 000 for the a a jobs and gave invitation to attend has been sex Here a in the nature of a local Revo about 5.40 o clock and that the Man him a photograph of her husband to tended to government Offu Ial and Lution inspired by military leaders for and or la Ltd plane make sure the right Man was slain leaders of cd the purpose of obtaining control of until Shantung so that the province might Washington Dee re p _ George Clemenceau. War time Premier of France will conclude his visit la a it Uit Dakin Fern a Wahlne on today with the fifth have num it Awu Ltd Ormai address of i american p tour. He already has spoken twice Here Detroit. Mich. Dec. 8.-�? by Asso shut he regard the address to be de t. J. Elated pres leased wire a or slivered this afternoon before the in the Asheville in pro-1 Uon. However that the woman had Mary Glennford solicited the services ter National lyceum and Chautauqua a j of a gunman to kill her wealthy Hus i 3j5i t i it cd Fri i la i i i vue a s 1 band Ney j. Ford offered the gun a ingress As Well As to be maintained independently of the Central government. Ing out at 8 o clock. The arterial suggested an Appeal for american building is of Concrete but spark and British warships to protect a were threatening the roof. Tio nals. A dispatch from Tsin Tao last night said that the foreign population fearing a reported plot by chinese bandits to Kidnap All foreigners had governor Lee m. Russell continued j to4ay. There were prospects that i Cross examination of governor rus i sell would a reopened. Nihsen sure no nmn Man was Siam leaders of a Ltd a. 2., with a cording to sworn of out member a of Tho diplomatic corp. Crit car inf Tho detective who. result j after i Addre. He planned to re a j 1,1 a detention on a. Turn to the Home of Henry White Hie charge of attempting to commit Mur 1 Vyas Hington Host for a Brief rest be Der today. A a fore going to his private car for the denying the charge Orford de j trip Philadelphia i next Stop dared she was the victim of a a Frame up that grew out of her Domestic difficulties. These difficult to question governor Oxford. Miss., dec. 8.�?testimony in the $100,000 damage suit filed by miss Francis s. Birk head against of 20 below at Minot a a. Minot n. In dec. 8.�?official rec to include a suit for divorce filed j ords Here today showed the lowest last August in which she charges temperature last night to be Twenty cruelty. Dearer below Zero
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