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The evening Republican third edition vol. Xxxix Mitchell South Dakota monday november 27, 1922 number 49 Russ demand seat at meet wants new Law for asylums commitment 1 Laws too lax is her claim mrs. Grannis of new York seeks action of years of wide experience she has saved Many Aith of try would keep mex taxi by Wei ii from i Avys of envious relatives t a a York nov. 27-�? by aka a c Ostly horror of being burled up theme of Edgar Allexi Poe s hair raising tales today in a. Of the past due to modern rued a i i owl Edge and stricter Legal us j r. N t Var the disposition of the dead. But Carn adhi grinning lunatics. A still greater horror the inti lion of a sane person in a use where surrounded Only by imbeciles and chattering he loses his own reason is Only too common. The s statement is made by mrs. T it Beth Grannis. 82, who for 35 vol has devoted her life to combat to this evil and who has secured if a release from insane asylums of p ores of sane persons Many of whom later Rose to High positions in life. Today mrs. Grannis is campaigning for legislation that will make impossible commitment to asylums without conclusive proof of the sublet s Lack of reason. Struggle in uni Light and her struggle has Bren thrown into the limelight by widespread in Prest in the Case of Dorothy Gordon. 1�-Vear-Oid heiress confined in a Waverly mass Asylum Over whose sanity a spectacular Legal fight now is being waged a thirty five years a to i started working on my first mrs. Grannis said today. A during the years that followed i was too Busy to keep records. But in the last six years i know i have helped 57 to leave asylums. Only two have had to return and these because of alcohol j a a _ the starkly tragic tales mrs. Grannis can Tell rival the weirdest tells of a foreign born couple who quarrelled frequently. The wife informed her husband she no longer j could Bear with his infidelities. One night the wife found herself confronted by two doctors and a policeman. Overpowered. She. Was strapped in an automobile and j rushed to an Asylum. She was Bur j led there four and one half months before Lar plight became known. It took four and Ono Liaf months More to effect her release. To years in Madhouse i Rii Arruti in Bristol Tenn. Nov. A by a another Case. V. Hen the guardian. A Southern girl of to died his wife pm while authorities continued credit no real criticism of help to Farmer i m. Clemenceau Watson asserts is unofficial ,1 Indiana senator fells Harding Washington is naturally quite proposed plan will be Friendly towards famous merely palliative Frenchman Price fixing no cure attacks unjustified water famine cause of near riots sunday in capital of Mexico exposure of profits and i i of a us of senators is s a11 pm Rah Opin lds will be to he i n represent Ati be most. Indian an says of feeling Washington. A. A. Nov. 27.�? a measures to relieve the Fri Neial flight of the Farmers and curb profiteering particularly in food and clothing were discussed with to Resi a i Dent Harding saturday afternoon by senator Watson. Republican. Indiana. By Mark is Leivan National political correspondent of flu Mitchell evening Republican Ami the new York evening Post Washington la. Cd a nov. 27�?�? copyright 1922 by the Mitchell eve the visit of the Indiana senator to Nin g Republican and the new York the White House followed a Confer evening Tost a a it illustrates the in ence in his office at which a number i Happy state of Lear and suspicion of senators from Western states which afflicts the whole world to find talked Over a possible legislative Georges Clemenceau the object of program acceptable to the West. Criticism on the one hand from sen picturing to the president How the Ator Borah who was the chief of the Farmers generally Are unable to get a irreconcilable so in opposition to the enough for their crops to pay for league of nations and. On the other harvesting and shipping while con hand from senator Hitchcock of Nell me to pay High prices. Senator wat Braska who led the fight in Senate in 1 son urged the immediate necessity of favor of the league of nations. Some forceful program to put Agri j Clemenceau was never a league of culture on its feet and squeeze out i nations Man. He was willing to Toler the Long line of profit taking Between ate it. Because Wilson wanted it but producer and consumer. He had no great Faith in it. At Par More than rate tit needed is he used to say in effect. A i am an senator Watson s View is that any Yuan i have seen a great Deal program of Relief for the Farmer must go further than the questions of freight rates interest rates and Tariff rates. While these May have a part in the Farmers dilemma the senator declared that a the Man who produces food and clothing can get very Little for it. While the Man who needs Mexico City. Nov. 27.�? by a pm several thousand persons paraded the streets of the capital at noon yesterday to protest against the alleged a inefficiency of the City Council the laxity of which is said to have permitted Mexico City to be without the demonstrators halted in j front of the municipal Hall of the National Palace where speeches adversely criticising the aldermen were delivered. Mrs. Brimmer also boasts of i tangled career soviet envoys reach Lausanne ready to fight Paris reports proposed separate treaty Between America and Turkey Turk delegates bus propaganda i is i no abandonment of extra territory i Al rights is spread i Susanne. Nov. 27.�? by associated press leased wire a the russian delegation to the near East conference sent a communication to the i president of the conference today do mending the admission of the russian representatives for the discussion of All questions on the Agenda so that a durable peace might be assigned. Woman Tiernan married i so la As h and Nam her of >1 a Rita i and vent or is i Flo not believe War can wholly be banished from the world by the and mrs. Elizabeth Grannis southerner is held on charge of killing five Acci sed said to have killed victims with a and then fired Hoise league of at the same time be used to add. Speaking to some americans in effect a a you men Are younger your nation is younger. Maybe you Are right. Maybe you have the better vision. I am willing to let the Experiment be made. If it to buy it has to Pav an Cinco Esclon j does no to Stop War completely maybe aide High or. Watson told it will at least remove some of the. The president that he favored the causes of War. And give time for re Chicago. 111. Nov. 27.�? by a. Pm mrs. Blanche Dawn rash Brimmer second wife of John p. Tiernan former professor of Law at notre Dame University possesses a of marital status at least As tangled As that of her husband for a Daw according to revelations she made Here before returning to Marshalltown. Iowa where she planned to set about today to learn ing whether she was entitled legally to accept or. Tiernan in their Crown Point ind. Ceremony on saturday. Mrs. Brimmer was left by professor Tiernan with the injunction to go and redeem yourself in my replying a tearful a ooh i will dear those expressions came after professor Tiernan and mrs. Brimmer were informed their marriage had been rendered illegal by annulment of professor Tiernan a divorce from sep a la ate treaty with Turkey is reported Paris. France. Nov. 2 7.�? by associated press leased wire a preparations of a separate treaty Between Turkey and the i United states is under consideration at Lausanne says a dispatch to the Temps. The correspondent suggests that this perhaps was the subject of yesterday s Lour conversation Between Richard Washburn child and Ismet Pasha. Tirk Pps it is demand for Fps National program Lausanne. Nov 27.�? by the associated press leased wire a turkish delegates to the near Hast conference today prepared the Way for turkeys fight for abandonment of the special extra territorial privilege enjoyed by foreigners by distributing copies of the famous a National this convention adopted by the Turk parts of four states shaken by earthquake Mui Quot ii property i image done in in i an \. Illinois. Kentucky and Missouri program for agricultural credits but that he feared it would not strike at the Root of Tho question. If producers were compelled to accept ruinous prices then when finally did come to sell cattle and crops. To argued Loans would Only be a palliative and a urged that while the financial distress of the Farmers was being Tempo Arial relieve by Liberal credits an exhaustive study be undertaken to find some Pretl Flection before nations take the sword. I am wiling to try it. Although i am not willing to entrust Frances safety to that alone."9 both positions Foj nut it is not Only unjust for the enemies ish National Assembly embodies Tho yrs Augusta Tiernan at South Pend ottoman demands at Lausanne. A cause her own prior mar j article i of this pact insists that pos Sivji was be clouded. Turkeys Complete Independence is and ital and i status eloped eight rears ago when she was 16 years old. Eight years ago. She eloped with Floyd l. Of the league of nations to treat Cle j rash. Marshalltown Baker from the Home of her parents the Rev. And mrs. Charles hawn then of Aredale Iowa and now of Hansen. Iowa. She said. Four Days after receiving a notice that rash had sued for divorce. She said she married Arthur men eau As if he were their antagonist it is equally unjust to hold Clemenceau responsible for the spirit of extreme revenge which actuates some parts of the Versailles treaty. Necessary for the country a National development and demands that every judicial and financial restriction imposed a from without be withdrawn. The Lausanne conference is proving a Good second to Versailles in the Large number of petitions received from Peoples and races demanding their recognition and Independence. The arrival of the Advance guard Cable Means of bringing producers the truth is that at the peace Consumers together and eliminate once Clemenceau represented a con j h. Brimmer at Oskaloosa. Jowdat univ s of russians headed by m. Rakowsky. Ing Laige profits i Between. To ast to the extreme i Rench Militar to learn that rash had not obtained president of the Ukraine Republic has Price fixing not Tho cure Istle opinion. It was not Clemenceau senator Watson also told president but la or ant Poincare who wanted of revenge on Ger Harding that lie already had under i taken a study of the anti profiteer ing Laws of other countries and part Ocul arly was examining those that appeared to he meeting with some Success. So far As his study had proceeded the senator said he did i ent ult a inv Wlton mild with Germany succeeded in .1 kit \ Agency would be j ousting him. Clemenceau today is successful but he was inclined rather a final decree. She and Brimmer i i to hic ago where she Learned the extreme of revenge on Gen that Brimmer then was being sued Many. Lumen eau was constantly for divorce by an earlier wife. Where of Ryan Unda Nack a it Quot horn., by rejoined / Are Ana constant Unsei k Brimmer later at Kansas City or 1 al1crnj Ltd to disappeared there she said and to the end. After the peace Confer his brother informed a Brimmer 1 ence was Over these enemies of Cle Wall dead Brimmer men eau who thought he had Beena refining to a question regarding1 Given new zest to the conference de Libora Tims. On his arrival last night m. Rakowsky said that the Ukraine stood a cleanly behind Turkey in All she May ask for in open or Neutral Waterways which Means so much to Southern child a their investigation Ben Burchfield 41, will be brought Here late today and Given nov. 27.�? by property St. Louis. To. Pm considerable was caused by Earth tremors of moderate intensity in Eastern Missouri. Southern Illinois Western in / ast envious glances on the Fortune. The child fell ill and was induced to go to a Hospital. A he bos Tai proved to in an Asylum from the Blountville jail m mrs Grannis effected the child s re a hearing on the charge of murder i Diana and Northwestern Kentucky i after ten years imprisonment with the Fin in of last night a cording to reports the Quot abuse of drunk end father a was five charred bodies believed to have reaching Here today to a plan which would expose profits All along the line and depend upon damage j an aroused Public opinion to Grant reasonable profits to business and at the some time drive out extortion. Marking in Plain figures the while Sale prices of articles of clothing transported in Commerce so that the buyer at retail proscribed by Poincare and the others who compose the present government of France and Are responsible for Frances present policies. I it was Foch and Poincare who pressed Clemen Celip to seize the left Bank of the Phine and make the Rhine Frances permanent Frontier food and and otherwise to act with extreme interstate ruthlessness towards Germany. To wms Foch who wanted to March into i May see what profit he is being ask a Poland and take the american army Tern Ltd cases opened the pencilled deemed fit subject for an idiots any i been slain and the House in which f the tremors Shook buildings and cd to pay to a retailer. Is one of the with his. And March also into run correspondence with professor tier set afire Here Early Homes toppled chimneys from real plans senator Watson is examining. Quot a a taking the american army with Nan. Which led to their meeting Here a last thursday night their first sight of each other with two attempts to he married in Illinois before their i in. Mrs. Grannis took from her feeble minded the child playmates j and removed her to Lier own Home. J she was placed in school and was promoted three times the first year. A doctor caused his Young sister to be committed. Mrs. Grannis had i or freed and sent her to a foreign country to Start life anew. A Tele cram hmm the doctor brother pre i cried her to her destination and the a c was not allowed to land. But eventually this a a Lunatic be j Aire private Secretary to a great i lipid at tolls remedy a fall these cases Are the result of j o great ease of commitment. Airs. Finnis says. A i would have every i s v suspect passed on by a judge a d jury instead of having the whole a hang on the affidavits of two j pin they were in yesterday. I Dences broke windows knocked relatives of James w. Smith. 50. Chinaware from shelves and fright a grocer his wife their two year j ened resident5 in the parts of the four states. A Evansville. Ind. And Mattoon East St. Louis. Benton. Clinton and Eldora. 111., and Points in the Northwestern part of Kentucky reported feeling the tremors about 9 30 of clock the tremors also were noticeable in St. Louis. Attendants at the Seis biographic t would be hastened in Congress. Old daughter. Mrs. Deline Burchfield. W Ife of the Man being held and their son. Charles 13, were today making final funeral arrangements for the slain whose bodies we Ere found by firemen after flames had been extinguished in the Smith Home. Officers say they evidently had been beaten to death with an axe and the House set afire to hide any Trace of the crime. J do cared the tremors lasted ten min while the police claimed when i utes Thev captured Burchfield bloodstains j 0 w Ere found on his shirt and Trout n Fai Mcd ers he denied any connection with Kun Cal Lull j Jiuu Wiull the alleged crime. According to the police Burchfield anti his wife w Era separated. They say he is alleged to have made i there Are several others. President Hardin listened to senator Watson will Leoo interest As the latter pictured potato crops abandoned. Fruit crops compelled to rot and Grain crops unmoved while Farmers faced mortgage foreclosures. Some definite plaits Are to he discussed with the president later and meanwhile. Senator Watson said. The him. 1 Clemenceau stood Cut against the extreme Milter lists and was always under pressure from them. Also it was not. Primarily Clemenceau who was responsible for making the German reparations so impossibly Large. That fault lies chiefly on the shoulders of Lloyd George. Made extravagant Promise program of Arri Cli it Oral credits and 1 Lloyd George in order to win the other measures for temporary Relief i election in great Britain in december Observatory at St. Louis University mrs. Grannis is a delicate old lady a Vlad with her snowy hair parted threats to her after ascertaining unmounted by a High comb. She j that she contemplated getting a dirs her Campaign from her Home a Street new York. Coal probes Are organized to Roe. O probe of Minnesota wreck being pushed by railway officers plan new attack on bribery indictment t of Mission various parts of work i Andover. Minn., nov. 27.�? by a. Pm Esi Dever e act finding pm Railroad officials today were apportions continuing their investigation into the wreck Here yesterday in which a two trainmen were killed and a third injured when the cars and the in Washington. To a nov. 27.�? but a Gine of a great Northern freight a p a Progress in organizing its j train hound from Minneapolis to u finding staff is reported by the a Perior. Wis. Were derailed. Ii Coal commission which was the train ran into an open switch Apo sized by Congress to make in about 30 rods from the depot. Orville in v ligation of the Coal Industry. Re Euth is brakeman of Superior. Ada. Okla. 5 of. 27.�? by a. Pm a counsel for j. B. A. Robertson announced last night thy would launch today an entirely new attack on the a indictment Ginst him charging Brib-1 j err and would seek to throw the i Case out of court by a general de i Murrer to the charges. Members of the governors staff of attorneys declared the plan to he i i pursued incudes dismissal of a Motlon now pending to awash the indictment. It was explained that the demur \ err would allege that the government is without authority to permit an insolvent Hank to Onerato or to cause state funds to be deposited in a Bank in an Effort to save it. As the indictment charges. The indictment against the governor grew out of the failure of the first test of subsidy Bill is due today Terrey Ai efts signal. Defeat in first week still another Romance mrs. Brimmer j Lausanne. Nov. 27.�? by the As j Sal i she had not married the Man soc lated press a a review of the first named but that so met him in week of the Lausanne conference Mason it. Iowa had gone to Clear shows that Turkey met signal defeat i in a him and then to in her first demand namely for a ple is Innie in Allentown. Pa., where Bis cite in Western Thrace. Which she i of i Quot apr Ier tic was married maintains is overwhelmingly of Turk am t e of her Ofa child. The Many so ish population. The turks however. Car i. 1 a a a a. Was Hack Home. Have placed on the diplomatic Hoard r Sai. A proposal which is affording great i for in Vii or Berame a embarrassment to All the Powers i e Tiernan Poulin pay they want a Neutral heir marked out along the entire european Frontier from the Black sea to the Aegean and they want the Powers to guarantee that it shall be kept Neutral. This unquestionably is a move calculate/1 to secure peace in the Balkans but Europe hesitates to take Over direct responsibility concerning Balkan territory. Where so Many wars have been fought and where the a National aspirations Are still a powerful Factor for discord similarly Turkey asks that the Aegean islands which lie near her Anatolian coast be demilitarized and an autonomous form of government tables cd. This is an Extension to established. This is an Extension to suggested for the Balkans. When it comes to a settlement of the Straits question Turkey will undoubtedly demand additional guarantees against aggressions by Christian aval acre of amendments Froh aria will be. Submitted during session one Section Falta Washington p. A. Nor. 27.�? by a. Pm without a record vote the House today eliminated from the administration shipping Bill a Section which would have permitted tile shipping Board to sell any vessels of the government merchant Fleet without advertising for competitive bidding. David l. Wing of Washington will was pinned under the engine tender Bank of Commerce at Okmulgee. a charge of obtaining production and killed instantly. August furst. R he will be assisted by James. Fireman. Also of Superior was said Black and h. S. Plows of the fed pm and did in an ambulance while a Ami Trade commission. Study of Bein i taken to Minneapolis. Eugene contracts Apar a. Engineer. Superior. , earnings and wage is recovering at Minneapolis. He was scalded and suffered a crushed hand. The wreck occurred yesterday morning and wrecking Crews worked until Early today to Clear the debris away and replace 200 feet of track which was torn up. Trains from Ani to the twin cities and Duluth were re routed temporarily via Quot us american vessel gets i a a d on information obtained or Quot ugh Many channels will be dire my by professor Joseph in Willits of the Wharton school of i Anre. University of Pennsylvania. Living conditions and costs in training communities will he investigated in the Field under the direct run of miss m. I. Obenauer former special investigator for the Burgau j per Milaca and Brook tack e labor. The investigation relating a n to labor facts will be directly under the Stipe vision of commissioners. Al air her and Weill. Commissioners to an a a of Lens Grandy at Plymouth As he study of entering facts will be order the directions of commissioner. Hall and Smith. C. O. Lasher. Of new York editor of Coal age _. In charge of engineering studies Plymouth. Eng. Nov. 2/. By a a. I reining to the production transport i a an epidemic of influenza has Brok to Ion and distribution of Coal. C. A. In out Anions the officers jul no of the american Steamer president a Roosevelt. The chief officer of the ves of a Over seven millions spent in China during Washington d. Cd a nov. 27.�? by a. Pm the first real test for the administration shipping Hill was looked for today when the measure was successful Effort at Crown Point ind. A mental intoxication caused act. Ite says South Bend. On/., nov. 27. By a. Pm professor Tiernan. In a state a Niento Here said he and mrs. Tiernan i had agreed to a Patch up their diff i Ere noes. He also said a had agreed to recognize a baby Hilly a Over whose paternity the recent Poulin Tiernan Case arose As his son. Or. Tiernan. In a statement said his marriage at Crown Point. Indiana. Saturday was the result of mental j professor Tiernan came to South i Bend yesterday. He wont immediate a Al Tropp i Serif get pay a appears to Boly to the Tiernan Home and after a conference with his first wife issued a formal statement that the family had been United and that the paternity charge against Poulin would be dropped. Tif Nan a Cross Bill for a divorce will also be dismissed. The vacating of the divorce decree restored the Domestic relationship that existed prior to its granting. At the tier Narr household both professor Tiernan and mrs. Tiernan declared that this reconciliation was the last chapter in the Domestic relations Between them. Mrs. To Ryan Sai i the score had been evened be j 1918, just before the peace conference began promised the British people to make Germany pay the entire Cost of the War. Including the pensions for British soldiers who were killed and the separation allowances for the wives of British soldiers who were at the front during the War. It was in the attempt on the part of Lloyd George to make Good on these promises that the German reparations were fixed at an impossible sum. Clemenceau would have been Content with forcing Germany to make Good merely for the devastation done in France and Belgium and elsewhere. Of course it is undeniably True that Clemenceau wanted. And j still wants great Britain and the United states to make treaties with France guaranteeing that they will Rome to Frances help if Ever franc should be attacked. To this proposal our american Public is even less Friendly than it is to the league of nations. Wilson although he did not believe in this proposal finally during the course of the negotiations at Paris promised Clemenceau that he tween her and the professor her self would recommend it to the american j confessed escapade with Harry Pou Public. In. And his second marriage to the Iowa widow whom Tiernan said was wealthy putting them both on the same moral plane. A a it a a Victory for us All. Hut a looming As an astute statesman. The bulgarians Are angry Over the virtual decision to make Pede Ngath merely a free port instead of a Sovereign bulgarian commercial Center. The bulgarian delegation has issued a broadside to the press Eon Deming greek objection As voiced by Venizelos. Great Northern puts steam engines Back on Yankton Garretson i can leaders were confident the. A a would go through not Only by a Safe year to fight famine margin but without material modify in Tala in i iu1ii i Mulla Patjon opponents of the legislation 1 on the other hand asserted adminis new York. N. A. Nov. 27.�? by a. I ration leaders would have to marshal pm Thomas w. Lamont chairman j their full strength to avoid defeat. Of the China famine fund announced j the Rule permitting unlimited yesterday the executive committee amendment under which the measure will devote a surplus of 900,000 to is to be considered for three Days. So hopeless was it. However to get any degree of support for this proposal in America that it never received any except the most perfunctory discussion Here and was never formally passed upon by our Senate. L if it had been brought up formally in Laid before Tho Hou for h it a Post 1 thru Kwo did have by a a in with prospects an a Alan he of pro i votes for it even than there was posed changes would be offered and for the in Agaj a 0f nations disposed of before the vote on final passage wednesday night. Republic Bill Yankton. Nov. 27.�? by a. Pm. Steam locomotives today were put Back in service on the or at Northern Railroad line Between Yankton and Garretson. S. T a a following a greater Victory for baby Billy a tier a itt0n ,_rnl0 p Nan said. Mrs. Tiernan did not receive the professor with open arms when he ramp Home. Her attitude so said was of a Long lost love. And she said the Gas driven cars were found to be unsatisfactory Railroad officials said. Never a Diplomat husband entertained any love among All the americans who were or Blanche Brimmer Tiernan the prevention of future famine in China after it has met present demands. It plans scientific study and education in agriculture and forestry. The sum of $7,750.ooo had been sent there for a the Relief of millions in 192 d21, he said. At Paris either officially or As Ohser Era. I can recall not one who did not think of Clemenceau As a Man apart there were Many who disagreed with him completely hut All regarded Bim As a Fine honest Frank old Man and never practice the diplomatic sub levies that were characteristic of some 0,ajv&7"5��?�r. Of far a league to demand of Hansell. Iowa. He could go to her professor Tiernan said he and mrs. Brimmer had come to an amicable understanding regarding the affair. A before i went to Chicago. Blanche understood that All was to it ver Between he said. Textile strike of year duration is finally ended re attacks its Crew ends life by jumping into his own Cistern civil service for dry enforcement York Ikus Oro a Muf. Of quoth a Row Ara Anion Tho a Lack. Supplies of Brandy were ordered but i % a a an p a a a a a a a a a a a a York. N y. Nov. Wye Plepp for these invalids toes or re Erk jew s yesterday organized an pent on Board on the Arrucci of he a american division of the National Steamer at Plymouth. Beginning today was made by the Clemenceau Means to bring Forward rules committee. According to the Thiafi 0id proposal of an american i announcement of chairman Campbell guarantee for France it is quite in of the committee for the purpose of possible. If it War a brought by a or _ giving the House an Opportunity to our Senate it probably would not get n c nov n a \ shape the kind of shipping Bill it go it of opinion Beryl pm the National civil service Reform would be willing to pass and stand the of Cut than that of senators who league has announced that during its have spoken up sharply. Be Tai Fine and i Brave old Man. Who loves upon. Annual convention Here december the bulk of feeling Here favors Tak and 8 it would ask president Harding to beat subsidy. Charge 11�?� Al Menry a u his. A Fine and to recommend to it on re placing of foreign interests seek a. Cd. Milwaukee wis., nov. 27.�? by a his Milwaukee \vis., Isom Quot it country and Speaks the truth As he pm British and it other run a sees it. There is no serious idea that Ping interests and journals Are Aneth Lnor specific will develop As a re own i the entire prohibition enforcement unit under civil service rules As a Means of obtaining better enforcement of the volstead act. Requirements of the Cix in service elvish Congress and adopted resolutions to co operate w Ith other ladies in a fight against anti Semit ism in the Urti Ted states. Weather report South Dakota v tuesday slightly colder tonight. Sioux Falls. S. D., nov. 27.�? by a. P a Anthony Mahre. 74. Last night committed suicide by jumping into a Cistern at his Home Here members of the family told authorities. The dead Man paced the floor of a room in his Home All Day sunday and evidently was worried for some reason. Mrs. Mahre said but he told no one of his trouble. The body w As found several hours after he disappeared. Fair tonight and j Ente a of officials and director of the he left a wife a son and a Daugh president Roosevelt left new York november is. New German liner launched Stettin. Germany nov. 27.�?the Muenchen. The new North German Lloyd 14.400 ton passenger Steamer was launched yesterday in the a it res ter. Ert in a nut dirt Campaign or my rep a Quot a Quot it sit except such Good will rout presentation and propaganda to defeat top Range As will come from us j Law. For competitive examination and the american ship subsidy Bill. l to Bim with respect and treat appointments of men were waived for Ward c. Plummer commissioner of a affprtlonat#1 Cou prohibition enforcement officers in the the United states shipping Board Dej which he is entitled not Only volstead act. This has resulted in dared in a speech today before the great Frenchman but by dry Weithe opinion of the league in appoint i Middle West merchant Marine and of Hll own unique personality. I ment of enforcement officers on a to foreign Trade conference. J a Lotical basis. American ships will take from them rur Rotor Dies ome 68 percent of american exports Boston. Mass. Nov. 27.�? by a pm the return to work today of As Many of the operators of the Amos Keag manufacturing company of Manchester. N. could be accommodated marked the virtual end of the great textile strike in new England. The Amos Keag unions called off their strike yesterday. Starting in Rhode Island in january. The strike a month later had spread to All parts of Massachusetts and new Hampshire. In some places it was called As a protest against a wag reduction in others against an Extension of working hours from 48 to 54 a week and in still others against a combined wage reduction and lengthening of the working week. Inal arguments to Al made in trial of Arthur Burch today educator Dies grand Forks. N. In nov. 27. Thich Are now carried in foreign ships form or he foreign shipping interests Are us a. Ill yer. Form is every possible Means to discourse the up building of the merchant Cine in this country or. Plummer said. I-1 president of the j North Dakota state Normal school at Mayville died saturday at Edinboro. Pa., according to word received Here today. Boston actress Dies Brookline. Mass. Nov. 27.�?rate Ryan for to years a character actress Writh Boston Stock companies died Here yesterday after an illness of several weeks. Los Angeles. Calif. Nov. 27.�? by a. Pm final arguments were expected to be made today to the jury which Bas heard the third trial of Arthur c. Burch for the murder of j. Belton Kennedy. It was believed the jury would retire to deliberate not later than tomorrow morning
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