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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 9, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol , South Dakota tuesday May 9,1922 number 188lloyd George still Hopes War on opium being carried to parliament american woman leads fight to Stop cultivation of poppy in India Al Les Lamotte is told re belatedly league of nations Wilt Settle problem new radio device links living with land of dead its inventor declares Kiu Kex klan holds their first meeting of National Congress Effort under second woman in Kansas entrant in Tami it race for governor Way to solve f special to the Republican Gordon eng May 9.�?some Day e Sam will have to say to John i la look Here. John let s talk about opium monopoly of yours. By i r on of your encouragement of the r urn Industry my sons and my c Ahiers Are being poisoned by they Are becoming can. Morphine and heroin that the View of one of the Lead re i crusaders against opium. Miss r it a no Lamotte author of a the am monopoly a a peking dust i other books. Miss Lamotte. An american was acred recently by being asked to Iress a meeting under the auspices a he British anti opium society. A a is Over Here trying to interest ambers of parliament and editors in the opium evil. An Uphill fight it is an Uphill says miss Chicago. 111 May 9.�?radio communication with the land beyond the grave Henry e. Burket Chicago electrical Engineer says he has accomplished it. After a lifetime of work and the expenditure of thousands of dollars. I. Moue. Quot one is always met with Burket says he has perfected a High the Bland statement that the league i pm wer radio receiving apparatus by 0 nations is taking up the Matte which he can talk with the dead r i that All civilized nations will be and colonel Emory s. West Mem of Ltd to pass uniform Laws against it Erl a american society for in. Psychic research has viewed the de but Laws Don t suppress the and pronounced it Quot plausible and use. The Way to suppress it is to Ca a a the source and Stop the growth am positive Burket has bridged a poppies for opium and the whole with wireless the Gap Between the the disposition of the deadly drug. And the West says. A a i now that source is India where it am sure after a scientific test that 1 reducing opium is a government his machine actually established Spir monopoly from which the govern r it of India receives More than 1 i have seen Burkett a apparatus in i $20,ooo.0 h a year. Operation at a radio seance. It is a the opium poppy is cultivated cumbersome Complex arrangement of mainly in Bengal. The cultivator re j bulbs wires and batteries Reives a government License and he is we sat in a guarded chamber with i aned Money without interest by the All lights turned out save one intermittently flashing red bulb. Five minutes of silence. Then from the a trumpet a a series of Telescope t ing horns issued a weird voice. Quot i have come Back to Earth to Tell you there is no death that life goes on it said. Burkett a Quot super radio can am j a life the slightest sound thousands of times. The passing of a Street car. Several blocks away. Rumbled like Thunder. A sneeze set up a reverb a j Tion that nearly burst the ear Drums. Burket says he will never sell the Patent on his device for gain. A i want one in every Home so that i those with loved ones who have passed Over can talk with them and be he says. U. S. Approves of work done at Genoa meet Cabinet devotes morning to disc i Sion of economic conference affairs by associated press leased wire Atlanta. Ga., May 9.�?the first meeting of the Imperial Al Onoka in National Congress of the Kun san. Was held in Atlanta today in connection with the seventh anniversary of the founding of the organization. The convention was feat a ured yesterday by a mass meeting of. Members at the Baptist Tabernacle. J when William j. Simmons Imperial i wizard made his annual report. It was not Given to the Public. Harding will urge vote on Marine Bill president to discuss. Matter with Senate and House members tonight by associated priss leased wire Washington. D. C., May 9�?a White House conference on the merchant Marine Exchange pending before Congress will be held tonight. President Harding having invited he Republican members of the Senate Commerce and House merchant Maine committee having charge of the Bill to attend. It is the Republican nomination for gov said the president probably would new objection English and italian delegates seek to placate both France and Belgium wait russian answer mrs. W. D. Mowry Kansas City. Kan., May 9 w. D. Mowry has entered the race for a mrs. Henry Washington. D. A. May 9.�?a discussion of the russian problem As it is affected by the negotiations at Burket and the Genoa occupied most of today a ses f urge passage of the Bill during the present session of Congress. There has been some doubt by Republican leaders As to the possibility of passing the Hill during the present session As the Calendar already is congested with Tariff Soldier Bonus and other important measures. Recently however assurances have been Given the president that it might be possible to have the Senate act on the Bill while the Tariff measure is in conference. Of Fate of con Feren e is be Liefer to depend entirely i Pon soviet attitude i by associated press la a of wire Genoa Italy May 9�?english and italian delegates to the it economic conference met today with members of the russian delegation and began working out a new formula concerning the restoration of foreign property in Russia said an announcement this afternoon by the French delegation. The announcement said it was hoped to devise a new clause in the russian memorandum which would satisfy Belgium and therefore France. Wait russian reply Genoa is eagerly waiting the soviet reply to the economic conference s memorandum on the russian question with the Fate of the conference largely dependant upon the tone of the russian response. If the reply is essentially conciliatory it is argued the French and the belgians will have difficulty in maintaining their opposition to Tho memorandum but if it should prove highly non Conci Satory prime min govern edit to enable him to raise the crop. \ government monopoly a in return the cultivator has to deliver the whole of his crop to the government at a fixed Price. The government opium agents Send the my material to the government opium factory at Ghazi Pur. Here it is manufactured in three forms a excise which is sold to the natives of India and Burma provision intended for Export to foreign countries. And medical opium for Export to London Quot the provision opium is auctioned off once a month by the government of India. Hither come buyers from All parts of the world. After the gov eminent has sold the opium at the i convert the whole world to spiritual auctions in Calcutta it washes its hands of the matter. O Quot and from that time on the stuff passes from dirty hands to dirtier hands. In each Transfer the Price j mounts and mounts. It Falls into i the Possession of those who smuggle it into the United states by Way Ocanada and Mexico. Til in it is peddled Quot it is delivered to the opium agents in big cities and these pass it out to their tools the lowest of the c w who peddle it for As High a Price they can get. The great bulk of this opium and derivatives used to be consumed or a India and British colonies far fest where the British and cons Gat a Large part of their a rom the excise tax on opium i p in shops. W China As a Field for exploit As Heen shut and this opium is g new outlets. One of the chief is device through which he says he can talk with the dead. Shop lifter this of plot Chicago girl. Caught in fris co. Gradi ate of school for store thieves by associated pres leased wire san Francisco. Cal. May 9�?harriet Crothers also known As Rae i Turin Miu or Dupont confessed Quot professional shop n v-.7 -�?~.-l.�?~1u/ my device will relations with Russia it was reiterated that the Basic principles which had been set Forth Sion of the Cabinet. It developed an opinion that the attitude of the a1 j lied governments toward the soviet j regime had shaped up at Genoa in virtual agreement with the policies i of the United states. After the Cabinet meeting it was a us by administration officials that there had been general agreement among the Cabinet members that the work now proceeding at the Genoa conference was going Forward Large i by along lines which had previously been Laid Down by the state depart i ment. By the same administration spokesman a Hope was expressed that the solution of the whole problem which could be endorsed by this government might be reached at Genoa. It was added that should the conference fail the United states would have to go ahead independently in adjusting its Walsh asserts Winter wheat i Tariff plan is forecast out against statute Agri cd i irk a l Bureau estimates production this Vear at ah4.7d3.u04> bushels Charles mix Farmer killed Lake Andes Max pinned under Auto drove in d Ark without his us hts Waits placidly in jail he re i while a half dozen or More department store Heads Are considering what they want to do with her. In the meanwhile a Check up is being made to ascertain the value of the goods the Young woman is said i to have confessed she had stolen. Tentatively the value is placed at $20,000. It was a weeks work. Miss a Crothers avers. According to the Story which chief of Brien said she told. The girl is a a graduate Quot of a thre months course in a Chicago shop lifting school. Spurred by an oath which she says was administered by members of a Chicago shop lifting band to devote fifteen years of her life to shop lifting or Quot suffer the penalty the ,21-year old prisoner told the police by associated press leased wire Lake Andes s. A. May 9�?John divorce. A Bohemian Farmer reside could have a a backed a trunk up to ing two Miles East of i Ake Andes. Any store in town. Robbed it and got was. Instantly killed Early sunday. Away without she said n Lewis foresees Money panic morning when his car ran off the Grade and turned Over. From All indications. Divorce was driving without lights and could not see the Road. When the car turned Over he was pinned under it and was found dead. President Teagle reaches agreement with de la Huerta she took seventy nine gowns from one store. Miss Crothers says a a a mob of shop lifters is on its Way Here to a clean she declares she was caught Only because she got careless. New York n. A. May 9 a a c. Teagle. President of the Standard Oil company of new Jersey declared j i \ had miners Union will yesterday that the committee of Oil sanitarium accept no reduction in executives which recently visited mex j pay i Leo City has reached an agreement _ with Secretary of the a Treasury de by associated prot a leased Avic i la Huerta placing Oil taxes in Mexico j Springfield. 111., May 9.�?a Money upon a sound and permanent . J c. Unless the National Coal strike this he said was the primary Pur j a a led soon. Is predicted by presi pose of the committee s visit Chamberlain hit by winds As conditions for resumption of relations with Russia remained unchanged. Nothing which had transpired at Genoa it was said. Had changed the position of the United states. As a consequence officials said. If the Genoa a conference failed in the solution the United states in its relations to the soviets will be exactly where it was before. In commenting on the work of the conference officials avoided any references to the differences which have developed Between the French and British representatives. Confining their recommendations to the general work of the conference. 50 far 0k it has progressed. Secret Mission for War ships had of Southern chinese go War no fat dispatches iwo a Ess Els to us Ehi Ang by associated pres encased wire Washington d. Of. May 9�?winter wheat production this year was forecast today at 584.793.ooo bushels by the department of agriculture which announced the condition of the crop on May 3. As 83 5 per cent of a Normal and the area remaining to be harvested on that Date As 38,-131.900 acres. The Rye production forecast was 79,152 too bushels and condition 917 per cent. Hay production was forecast at error of Kansas. Her girl opponent on the same ticket is miss Helen Pettigrew who recently declared in favor of the return of Light wine and Beer. Mrs. Mowry is opposed to any Loos i ister Lloyd George s position Wilt ening up of the prohibition Laws j become untenable and the Confer both candidates like in Kansas icy. 1 ence will be in danger of immediate a disruption. Gorman As Alonial or. Wirth the German Chancellor or. Walter Rathenau. The foreign minister and other members of the Cie Man delegation displayed activity today in an Effort to induce the russians to Gin the memorandum from the allies such an answer As would not justify France and Belgium withdrawing from the conference. Such a withdrawal the germans argued would Only serve the i interests of russians enemies. I during Tine afternoon some doubt developed whether the russian reply would be forthcoming today. The correspondent for the evening news of London said he had Learned that m. Chit Churin had received wireless instructions from Moscow insisting that the russian reply must 1 i get so framed As to avoid an immediate breaking up of the conference. Four hour debate on proposed Bill in Senate my i umber defends Bill by associated pre Mica Psi wire Washington. D. C., May 9�?an attack on the flexible Tariff plan proposed by the Senate finance committee on recommendation of president Harding was Lei ii ached yesterday in the Senate and in the course of the j four hour debate chairman Occum Belg item storm Center farms May Ber. In charge of the Tariff Bill an Belgium is the Center of the fierce bounced that some of the objections controversy Over the russian ques raised to the plan would be consid Bon. It is Belgium s objection to ered by the committee before final clause seven in the Allied me Moran Senate action on it i Duni he russians behind which senator Walsh. Democrat Montana. Fra Quot be is sanding in her opposition a a a he memorandum. Consequently eyes in Genoa Are on Belgium a a and of. J As Par. Foreign minister and h i Many an homers and court chairman of the belgian delegation. I j decisions to support his argument 193 579.990 tons with the May i con opened the discussion with the Delly ?. Edition 99.1 recent and the area 74,-j9ry of a prepared address in which 345,900 acres. Stocks of Hay on were 10,792.909 tons. Pastures condition 84 5. May i. Spring blowing 63.5 percent completed. Spring planting 53.6 percent completed. The cordite n of Tirier wheat in May i and forecast of production based on that condition and the acreage remaining on that Date to be harvested by principal production skates Kansas 74 and 106,236.999. Missouri 87 and 43.944.999. Nebraska 82 and 54.218.099. Daugherty in Short statement answers Johnson a charges i that the provisions were Union Stith two principle involve j tonal. Senators Underwood of Ala a the question raised by Belgium 1 Bama. And Simmon of North Caro about clause seven has two Lina the democratic leaders joined a Jasper said. A Fin one Side it is him. Arguing that for the first time a question of principle and Protection in the history of the country it was of private property abroad. The proposed to protect the. Profits of Rither Side concerns the economic american manufacturers. Restoration of Russia by reviving the Industry of that country. Of Cut no Ber defend plan a Belgium invested two and a half a chairman Mccumber and senator billions of Gold francs in prussian in Smoot of Utah ranking Republican us try. And possessed 361 factories on the finance committee defended i 1 or Blat furnaces Glass f30�?� the plan. The former insisting that if to a a Franr railways cloth the Merman producer a sed his mul8 water works and electric Light american pictures raised to is p anti a up used to produce in rub Price to in exorbitant figure to was Gia before. Tho War 42 recent of the not contemplated that the president i foundry output of the entire coun i would increase Tariff duties to pro try it 4g percent of the steel rails. 75 reel him. Senator Smoot expressed percent of tee chemical products. 59 i doubt that the president would have percent of to e Glass table Ware and to act in More than one Case out of a 30 percent of the window Glass. Thousand and added that that a Rule Laid Down under which be could get was so Plain that there was no doubt _ about its constitutionality. By associated leased wire senator Walsh told the Senate that Washington. I. It. May 9�?attor the Constitution specifically reserved Ney general Daugherty in a state j to Congress the Power to Levy and ment prepared at the request of collect taxes and import duties and president Harding and transmitted that Congress could not Delegate this Belgium has Alfoney a no other country is so prepared As is Belgium to restore Russia if the latter returns to the former Belgium proprietors their old Possession. Money will again pour into Russia. Belgian industrialists already have a billion francs Laid aside to restore in roofed Many old buildings blown Down and Trees uprooted John l. Lewis of the United be workers of America at Thisbe Here. You it Annot withdraw 69q.000 men j. Work without affecting com a a e and Industry. Air. Lewis said j Nesity of the situation is also be five Burn to death when House is lost he a by associated press leased wire Marengo. Ill. Alay 9�?five persons special to the Republican Chamberlain. S. In May 9.�?the roof of the West Wing to the Cham Berlin sanitarium was blown off and part of the roof of the East Wing of the building was demolished in a heavy wind storm which occurred i night. Trees were torn up by the roots j the plate Glass windows of the am by associated press i Tea de Avire Amoy China. May 9�?two of the captured warships of the Southern chinese Squadron Are reported to have Ben sent to a Point on the coast of Chekian province by Sun yet sen head of the Southern gov Ujj n it fat. Which is a it an refill spa a Char in the president w to a a Ariz a a the House of inaction of prosecution f condition of Competition in Trade the seat eminent ton. The exact destination of these vessels and the purpose of their voyage is unknown Here. But it is believed to be in connection with trouble be tween Chekian and the province of Kangsu. Which adjoins it on the North. Sun Tat sends Headquarters am at by the president today to repress i authority. He also attacked the flex j their industries native Mondell of Wyoming Republic Hie plan on the ground that no pro m. Jaspar denied statements print can Houte Lender declared a the vision was made for judicial reviewed recently in several european news record of the department of Justice of the residents action in changing papers concerning a military and in connection we a War contract cases rates or classifications and contended economic Alliance Between France that the Rule Laid Down under which and Belgium. He said the two Conn ing More apparent because of the were Fly decreasing Coal stocks. A a destroyed their biome. A % Lewis reiterated previous dec ions that no separate District Shiu Chow fun. Province of Kwang Encan legion Hall were blown in. And Tun about 159 Miles Northwest of burned to Felth he Rio in a Niht several old buildings w4re practicalj11 Yvo Tavane Bren Quot re wrecked in the storm. I at present a pare having Wen in moved to Panton since the breaking away of general uhen Chiung min. Who withdraw to his native City of the dead Are August Burke. Jr., 35. And four children the Mother in wrecked in the storm. A heavy rain accompanied the wind about one Inch of water Fali the hous of info War fraud cases the Ator Nev general asserted a the plans Are Laid and All cases will be energetically Southern students stage pistol due on College Campus was so indefinite that the president could take into consideration Many elements aside from costs. Fado no in mitigation in this connection the speaker said debate on the Bill had disclosed that the committee made no investigation yielding Ary fruit into the a latin it Cost of prod jct Ion in this country and abroad but had been guided Fen she convention effected through the Exchange of letters which provide that the convention be effective Only when mutually agreed upon. Americ a St ant 5 p at on Russ Trade agreements a associated press in ased Avire Genoa. Italy. May principal european delegations Here have been Given unmistakable hints by j no i i a a Price american ambassador. Richard of the demotic Aud fore Iru article we a Burn child that the United in the american Market. Ems would be countenanced by an Ltd two children one a six months Ling in All. Ted miners Union and miners 0 Ltd baby. Were saved by the father. Id accept no reduction in pay. Will meet the Ope actors in con a whenever they agree to live a it their Promise in their ast ment. Who lost his life in an attempt to save the remaining children. The fire is said to have started from an incubator in the basement. Official quarters favor commission to Obregon government British Veteran seeks to prove his knapping charges by a of Atod press leased wire Washington d. A. May 9.�?ap a a a a a a cent of an International cornus or. To consider All the issues in void in the recognition of the Obre River Ament in Mexico has been go in some official quarters As a solution of the continued failure 1 United states government and Mexico City authorities to agree on 1 re run Ion program. By associated press Ixo a de Avire a Ashington. D. By. May 9�?alexander e Robertson. British War Veteran. Arrived today from Newark. N. J. To Lay before the British embassy his charges of kidnapping against three private detectives who. He alleges attempted to Force his departure from this country because of his i Haie Hao. With about 3.009 troops to is generally believed that Gen-1 eral then. Sympathizing with we Pei fun. In the latter a Campaign against Chang Tso Lin near peking i is threatening Sun and holding his j army to Kiangtung. Chen has Ben succeeded governor of Kiangtung Ting Fang former minister to the of the affair were Given United states under whom the government is operating smoothly. South Dakota guests registered today at local hotels were j. V. Rice. Woonsocket j. Jones Letcher c. B Bowman. Aberdeen it a j. Lauer a Man. Reliance j. L. Schmidt. Lake Andes a. Walters. Kennebec b. T Schower Madison John a. John son. Reliance r. F. Feiok. Alpena w. G. Smith a Ankton a. P. Drew replying to senator Walsh. Senator Mccumber said the president would be authorized to take into states maintain its consistent stand by. Associated press leased wire Oklahoma City. Okla. May 9�? Beckham Cobb a student at the Oklahoma agricultural and mechanical College at Stillwater is dead. And Earl Gordon of Miami. Okla., also a student is in jail following a shooting affray on the Arm pus today a. A a As civil j cording to word received from the ties and Laws and regulations in the k i j Vij i of the or lies. No details country of origin and any other Matko a taters affecting Equality in the mar i sets of the United states. Of Point regarding any private or general arrangement for Oom Leroial an Industrial privileges in Russia and la. I 0r a rank a no Tuph arrangement Nan he a. La iv.-, Nomen Nrecaj Nind by the United St ate rays j�?nd2h. 7 exhenry Wickham Steed editor of the r Quot a Chan a la t my of Ndon Hor costs freight rates Export Du-1 today baseball Greece sends ships to blockade Turkey a by associated press leased aah inc re it Tanti Nolc. May 9�?a flotilla Streek destroyers has bailed from a a under orders to enforce a affection for miss Marx Culberson. 21 j year old daughter of senator Culber j Chamberlain. I son of Texas. A girl addicted to officials at the embassy indicated that any action the embassy might take would depend upon the inform Colleg on an<5 evidence submitted by Rob in crts on and intimated they believed per or a a on he f f mole tation we re around it a 1 of the celled que form of or molestation were ground j turn a to thir Home at Ethan this York i morning after a visit with the form. St. Louis sister. National league Brook a 909 090 ho�?2 7 i Pittsburgh. 012 320 o0x�?8 14 1 Cadore. Shriver. Decatur and de Berry. Hungling Cooper and Mattox. Philadelphia. Ojo 002 40 Chicago. 0401 20001 ring and Henrine Freeman Keene he add that whatever agreements May be mad must be affected by the american attitude. Unless and until Equality of in i dust rial Opportunity in Russia is assured on principle an Ltd by Means which the United states can recognize. Des Moines news wrecked by fire Rug Shaker shimmying sap a finale Hopper. Scandal Walker a ique flapper or Flipper so called on account of the celled que form of ers dancing scoot a term used by a Flap f or. Maggie Hinds passed through j and o Farrell. Mitchell this morning Enro Ute to her Boston Ooi 990 9 Horn at Anthon. La. She had been Cincinnati too 004 visiting or father. Joseph Hoelker a Cincinnati too 004 0 at Kimball. Marquand. Mcquillan and Gowdy mrs h. S last Gard and son re Donohue and Hargrave. A a a a 20 90 mrs. Charles Cumming. I Ryan and Snyder Pertica and am per to denote an elevator boy. Seventeen seventy six a girl who lives in a House without a Vest Blue. Little Chance for the Bell polisher. Shake it a dance term to do a sharpy�?4k Young Betael hound third triennial meet of trainmen meeting by associated press leased wire Toronto. Ont., May 9.�?the third Kade of the turkish Black sea who tries to imitate a Sharpshooter triennial convention of the brother wort s the greek battleship Kilos. Sharpshooter a Good dancer j Hood of railway trainmen opened the u. S. S. Mississippi has who Kph Nav hts Money freely. A a who go to or it a. Mrs. Varies a Cumming. J 1117 eat third Avenue. Smith. Mrs. Fred Bod hog. 710 East \ seventh Avenue left this morning for \ Detroit. 092 Ooi 91 p 6 Sioux City. La. Where she will enter a sanitarium for treatments. Mrs. J. D. Welche who has been mending several Days with her ought a mrs. J. S. Wingfield. 416 West fifth Avenue. And her son Robert Welch 417 East third Avenue to 0 seized the turkish steamship ii Reboli a measure of reprisal for the seizure recently of the greek steamship Enos in the Black sea. The in Boll was captured in the sea of Marmora while bound for Laid with Passen Here today. The brotherhood Organ i returned to her Home at Parkston summer so girls who go to ired in 1883. Is the largest. Railroad Thi morning studio parties. I in lord. It has a membership of Iso. Miss m. Wen i off. Who has by a lunge the lowest kind of he too and a Treasury totalling $8 employed at the v est pm Union of Man being which represents its reserves in fires at Mitchell has resigned her tomorrow from a smoke to it operating protecting and in j posit Ion and gone to her Home a i Aurang department. I Parkston women candidates must drop from name St. Paul. Minn., May 9.�?a woman candidate for a political office in Minnesota is not entitled to have the word printed before her name on the ballot the attorney general office ruled yesterday on an inquiry i from an attorney for or. Peter Ole sen of Cloquet. Minn., who has flied As a democratic candidate for in ? item states senator. An affidavit to place a Wanna d. Ole j Send on the Hayot in place of a mrs. Peter Olesen a then was filed with j the Secretary of state. The ruling will affect several oth 0 her women candidates for office in i. Eluding mrs. A. K. Gault of St. Peter. _ f Farling . A a a a a. A fort Worth. Tex. May 9�?arling a w # a a 1 ii v ton Heights i inundated today for. Tag Eburg of red Wing. A or the second time in two weeks As the tary of state. It corrections of their. Up Jiust of flood water breaking Trines believed no by i it re cited prel Cao Ltd wire de Moines. La. May 9�?-fir of unknown origin starting in the paper storage room of the de me ires news shortly before 3 of clock this morning wrecked the newspaper Plant and gutted the entire news Arcade building. Loss to the news Plant is estimated at $209,090. Boston 900 990 029 2 4 2 Ehmke and Bassler Ferguson. Russell and Ruel. W alter. 1 Cove a Kiev Keefe 3 bag by and accepted by the Sec i it River levee. It i , retard a of state it a announced of lives have been lost. O Neill. A Laulu Romell and Perkins Chicago .094 999 201 new York too 040 210 s Hodge. Acosta and Schalk Shaw key. Jons and Devormer to Louis .900 9 Washington. Ter the filing Date limit. May to. Weathi Tepori South Dakota probably Shower to a Dallas. Tex. May b 904 1 night and we Edne Day cooler tonight River <3 undergoing 1 Vanglider Bayne and Severeid i Arr East and Central portions wed causing flood conditions around Cit Francis. Gleason and Gharrity. J is Day. Bun the break was caused by another flood in the Trinity Basin yesterday. It occurred last night after residents of the lowlands had been warned Brazos River rising Dallas. Tex. May 9�?th Bruoit Sharp Rise
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