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THE HARTFORD HERALD -
TB:Ls: STEPS SU2GE3TED
F3 BELIEF CF I31E
Communiiies Must Act, Bui!
State and Nation Will Aid,
Say J')b Parley Leaders
Washington, Sept. 30. Tentative
BY 'HE REICHSTAG
cloven now hi u;e b7 tl.e lUirrnu of II q DCJPC PSPT RITIPIPH
Mlneifor training miners In first aid jU. U. llflUC rflUI llrtllllLU
and rescue methods and the use ot
mina rescito or oxygen breathing ap
par:it;u., The car hns a crew that
includes, two experienced minors, a
Mining engineer in ciiarge, and a
mine surgeon, and Is equipped with
the latest resrue and first aid ap
paratus and supplies. At a moment's
liotiee the car is ready to proceed to
the rescue of a mine disaster when
the bureau men eo-operato with the
Business Help St en in Re-estab-lishmentof
Washington, Sept. 30. Republi
can leaders of the Senate expressed
nii nd.itlinirt lor l-rovidillK work
for the nation", jobless workers, es- at0 mlnin "Pr " ' i gratification today at the prompt
imnfp.i at four million, were com- " ' " 1 . 1"""
pleted today for submission to the
national conference on unemploy
ment. The recommendations, drawns up
by the conference's steering com
mittee on the basis of reports from
the various other conference coni
iiuiicvs, e;e characterized as an
emergency programme and said to
be based on the principle that un
employment Is In the main a problem
for solution by the individual com
mittees, the Federal and State Gov
ernments aiding In such ways as
Establishment of representative
emergency committees in the com
munitifs to co-ordinate the work of
finding Jobs for the involuntary Idle
and for registration of the unem
ployed was understood to be recom
mended as the initial step in the re
lief programme. Other recommenda
tions were understood to include:
Part Time Work SujwMcd
Publication of the number of un
employed by the individual com
munities. Establishment of part time work
by manufaiiurers. thus increasing
the number of workers used by each
Operation of factories and mills
in the making of stock where possi
ble. Continuation of repair and similar
wcrk on a normal scale.
Doing ef repair and alteration
work by office building, hotel anil
boine owners during the coming
winter instead of in the spring as
Expansion of street, sewage, re
pair and building work by munici
palities to the maximum volume,
Establishment of part time work
Co-opt ration by Plate officials
with local leaders in the unemploy
ment relief movement through the
hastening of road, State building
and similar construction.
Federal Construction Work
Construction immediately by the
Federal Government of buildings
and other works for which appro
priations are available. !
Action by Congress at the present
session on road construction legis
Enactment by Concress of the pend
ing railway funding bill with ex
penditures of funds conditioned on
cn increase in employment.
The full conference will receive
mendations at a session to be held
lute in the day. Some changes in
the recommendations. It was said,
might be made prior to the meeting
of the full conference.
assist or save miners who may have
been Injured or entombed.
of the peace treaty with Germany.
I am very glad that the German
The saving of human life, decreas-, Government hns acted so promptly,"
Ing the number of Injuries to the
miner and lessening the number of
injured miners are the central fea
tures of the Bureau's work.
Miners are taught how to use
rescue apparatus and how to take
care of an Injured comrade. The
said Senator Lodge, Republican floor
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS
We Will Soon Be
Berlin, Sept.' 30. The Reichstag
today passed the bill ratifying the
peace treaty with the United Staes.
Only the communists voted against
res, when possible, are lllustrat- the measure
ed by lantern slides and moving pic-; The passing by the Reichstag of
tures which show good and bad the bI11 ratifying the treaty corn
methods of mining and how many peteg the legislative proces. nec
accldents may. be easily prevented. esMry t0 ratification on the part of
These- lectures are given in the car Gernmny, The Reichsteat, or upper
when a suitable meeting place can- t.nambor of the German parliament,
not be procured elsewhere, but lan- ratlned the treaty on September 17.
tern slides and moving pictures can
not be shown In the car.'
Each car carries oxygen breathing
apparatus, a supply of oxygen in
cylinders, safety lamps, apparatus
for reviving miners who have been
The Reichstag devoted less than
ten minutes to the ratification for-!
malities, as all the parties, except i
the communists, agreed to dispense 1
with debate. The bill approving the j
t . .. ....... BnnAn,A,1 I n a ,kMa
i ileal! n as u i imi?
gassed, and the charts, splints, andlreadingg by an overwhelming ma-'
!,aniages tor demonstrating nrsi " ; Jority. the nationalists also voting
methods. f0r (s acceptance when Herr Loebe,
Some of the training with rescue ,)res,iPnt ot the Reichstag, called
apparatus will be inside the mines, ' for a rising vote,
also in smoke or fumes so the wear- i The explanatory note which was
er will understand the apparatus BUppiied to the members of the
and how to use it. A miner when RelL.ngtug with copies of the text of
properly trained and wearing thevap- the peace treaty defen(js the Gov
paratus, can enter a mine after a -rnmenff action in signing an in
mine fire or an explosion and wo 1 definite, but comprehensive agree
in poisonous atmosphere for two nt the ground tnat Germany
hours. I was severely restricted by the con-
Many thousand miners hnve been ( tentg of the Porter.Knox peace resol
tralned in the use of this rescue ap- j ,,, bllt ,aV9 gtr,sg on the impt.
paratusat the Bureau of Mines ears j an(.p w,,,4.h lnjy at(lM.h to the f.
and stations. It is hoped that in ; ture negotiations through - which
the near future every mine in this ' ,efinite relations must be establish
eountry will have a trained appara- etj
In order to take care of increasing business we are forced
to seek larger quarters. I '
As soon as completed, we will occupy the Barrass Building,
next door to the post office.
Our new store will be furnished throughout with modern
fixtures. ' No expense will be spared to make it the most com
plete and up-to-date drug store in western Kentucky, and we
assure you that our present standard of quality and service
will be maintained.
BeSver Dam Drug Co.
"The Nyal Store"
Beaver Dam, Kentucky.
tus crew and that every mine or
group of mines will have equipment
ready in case of emergency. Many
Particular emphasis was laid on
the advantage of re-establishing the
diplomatic services in the two coun-
miners have been saved after ex-i,,. ,h. ,ani, .Mh h .aPinBi.
plosions by rescue parties wearing , handcapped business. Admitting
the apparatus. Also, the apparatus ' the German Government has been
has proved of great value in fight- J unable to Becure an expression of
Ing mine fires. ; the polu.y of the United States re-
Free instruction in methods of , gardlng confiscated German prop
st.aid to the -inured are talso giv-' er,Vf the men,oriH, a8serts themit
en by crews of the rescue cars and ed state, ha8 ndrated a desire for
stations, and this Instruction is giv-L Ju8t and gatlsfactory adjustment
en either in connection with rescue , of tnl3 nation, which. It says, "the
apparatus training or entirely American Government held could be
separately, hence is applicable not : begt obtalned through the signing
only to underground workers but to j of peace whlcn wlll break the way
all those employed In or around the t,.r,L- niiiHnn
and metallurgical establish-
LEGION POST CONDEMNS
KLAN AS I'X AMERICAN
AMERICANS SLAIN IN MEXICO
Washington, Sept. 29. Two
Americans, H. C. Smith, of Vinita,
Okla., and E. B. Kilslngbury, of Los
Angeles, were shot and killed by a
Mexican at Dolores State of Chihua
hua, on Sept. 24, the State Depart
ment learned from Perry B. Ott,
American Vice Consul at Chihuahua
City. Both men were employees of
the Dolores Mining Company. No
details were given of the killing'.
Immediately after the murder,
Vice Consul Ott conferred with the
Governor of Chihuahua, who trans
ferred a detachment of police to
Dolores to hunt down the assassin, j
The State Department has Instruct
ed George T. Summerlin, American
Charge d'Affalres at Mexico City, to
urge the Mexican Foreign Office to
take all possible measures to ap
prehend and punish the murderer, j
I'm inert Could Aid
I tmcagu Dept. itiiiiuuiicts-
ment has been made by Blackhawk
Post of the American Legion of the
. ununimous adoption by that body of
a resolution which condemns the Ka
KIux Klan as "un-American and an
' insult to our foreign-born comrades
who fought and bled and died' for
The resolution points out that
while the Ku Klux Klan announces
itself as being 100 per cent. Ameri
can, it excludes from memDersnip ,
Answering criticisms made on the
score of vagueness, some of the op-J
ponents of the treaty holding that
it is not certain whether Germany
becomes responsible for more idem
nities the memorial excuses the
! language on the ground that the
j United States does not know, wheth
er it will participate In the delibera
I tions of the reparations commission,
and, therefore, unable to state Its
Indefinite Delay Oppose!
Explaining the proceedings lead
ing to the signing ot the treaty the
memorial says: "The negotiations
from the first were circumscribed by
the fact that the American Govern-
Declaration that the farmers of
the nation, if permitted and aided,
could help In relieving unemploy-j
ment Is made In a statement to the
Conference Committee on Statistics
by V. L. Ilurdick of North Dakota.1
representing the American Farm Bu- j American, who were born in foreign ; ment w" bun( tn Pea 'e,u-
reau Federation, who is a member lands and declares:
of the conference. The statement! "it a D Dears that through its activ
pointed out that if the buying power ities the Ku Klux Klan will weaken
of the nation's farmers were increas- the solidarity of the American peo-
cd manufacturing and all other lines pe, which was the outstanding fea-
Of tratie WOUld be benefited as a Inni r lha mar anil In n rinlna-
mean, of increasing the farmers' , weaken the true American spirit and I wh,ch Vent f 7M
buying power. Iecommendations create dissension vnong the people."
were made a. follow.: -i - ! prn,n
Reduction of freight rate.; to- 'or i ,.'o,)t.o.t 1. It .;tuie . juy u. I a
vtlopment of deep waterway. ( "- jc...ur convc:. ..'o::.
nerting the Great Lake, with V v .
ocean; elimination of middlemen oe- HOME 1 .V. EK Vi:EK
tween the farmer and consumer; fl- ,g very rare that tuo a.era"79
ZZ for the arnZ u Lll in i . bo0,U IU 0W" uuglneM' to the extent made possible within
mission for the farmer, to .ell in . but ,lve. quantltle. 0f space to' nrftvloiIlllv H.mVRrt Mm.
-protected market ti compelled to botn,, the affair, of other..
buy In a protected market. Bomebody suggested that it w.
.time for the new.paper. of h
MINE r.ESCl'K CAR TO I country to adopt week In whic
UK AT ItOCkl'ORT their own business should be given
. precedent, and the Hartford Herald
Washington, D. C, Sept. 29. j thoroughly endorse, the idea.
Mine Rescue Car No. 6 of the United The date set i. the second week
States Bureau of Mine., In charge 1 In November, from the 7th to the
of Foreman Miner J. E. Wilcox and 12th, including that great world
crew of trained men, will reach ' event, Armistice Day.
Kockport, Kentucky, on Oct. 9. The j The official title for the week will
Car will be on exhibition every day j be "Subscribe For Your Home Town
from 9:00 a. in. to 5:00 p. m. until i Paper Week."
Oct. 16. and free lectures will be Thousand, ot paper, will Join In
gives to miner, on' first aid to the . thl. event, and our reader, will bear
Injured, the use of mine-rescue ap- more about It a. time goes on.
paratus and safety lamps, mine Ever ready to help in any cause
gases, and safe and dangerous tuln- that is In the Interest, of a better
community, better living conditions,
I tlon and, therefore, wa. unable to
I consider any German demand, go
ing beyond this. Consequently, the
, German Government waa faced by
the question whether it should de
cline negotiation, on that basis, in
have been postponed Indefinitely.
"After mature deliberation on all
aspect, ot the situation the Govern
ment came to the conclusion that It
v.t,u' 'inable to assume reBponsl
u.' '- 11 efore, hence the Govern
ment wa. only able to direct it. ef
forts toassertlng German Interest.
the previously determined compass.
I A. a matter ot fact, however, these
I effort, did not remain fruitless.
MAN TARRED BY MASKED MOB
On Oct. 1, the car will go to
Graham. Kentucky, where It will re
main until Oct. 22. after which date
U will proceed to St. Charles, Ken-
tacky, to remain until Oct. 29.
and better government, wa now ask
the reader and advertiser of the
Hartford Herald to tarn in and
lend a hand during "Subscribe for
Your Homo Town Paper Week"
Tti. mln rescua car la ont of the and boo.t tor vi.
Palestine, Tex., Sept. 27. O. L.
McKimie, formerly a taxlcab driver,
wa seised by maAed men, carried
to the country, where he wa beaten
and given coat of tar and feather.
and then brought back and ejected
from an automobile on a main
street. McKlnxie wa. attacked hers
on the night of Aug. 7, but broke
away from his masked assailant.
English Elsetrie House.
Seventy-three all-electric bouse
have been built for the worker In
a large English electric-power plant,
aaya Popular Mechanics Magusln. The
equipiueut-incliides beating and cook
ing stoves, laundry apparatus and
other common household article.
Einergencie are provide! for by o
chimney, so that coal .loves Ungr be
iud If netvsaur.
You Will Make No Mlntake if You
Follow This Hartford Citizen'
Never neglect your kidneys.
If you have pain In the back,
urinary disorders, dizziness and
nervousness, it', time to act and no
time to experiment. These are fre
quently symptoms of kidney trou
ble, and a remedy which is recom
mended for the kidney, should be
taken in time.
Doan's Kidney Pill. I. a good
remedy to use. No need to experi
ment. It ha. acted effectively in
many cases in Hartford. Follow
the advice of a Hartford citizen. -
Mrs. Foster Bennett, Washington
St., Hartford, say.: "I took Doan'a
Kidney Pill, to relieve me of an at
tack of pain. In my back. My back
pained all the time and morning.
I felt lame, tired and languid. It
wa. bard to do my housework. My
kidney, acted irregularly at time.,
too. I wa. advised that Doan'a
Kidney Pill, would regulate my
kidney, and do away with the pain
In my back and I am thankful to
jay Doan'a cured me and I nave
bad no trouble since.','
Price 60c, at all dealer. Don't
.Imply a.k for a kidney remedy
get Doan'a Kidney Pill the same
that Mr. Bennett had. Foster- :l
burn Co., Mfrs.; Buffalo, N. Y
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JAHES H. WILLIAHS,
771 5faccJbL .
STOCK LAW E LECTIO" r.OTICB
WEST BEAVER LAM. PRECINCT
P. 8. Lashbrooo' . et al., ' 1
Stock' L".v flection In West Beaver
Da Voting Precinct, No. 14.
rur'uant to a Judgment rendered
by the Ohio County Court, at It
regular September term, 1921, No
tice la hereby given tnat on Tuesday
November 8tb, 1121, same being the
regular election day, a -poll will be
opened for the purpose ot ascertain
ing the will of the legal voters re
siding In West Beaver Dam Voting
Precinct. No. 14, upon the following
question "Are you In favor of mak
ing It unlawful for cattle or any
specie, thereof to run at large npon
the public highway, and unlnclosed
land of West Beaver Dam Voting
Precinct. No. 147" i
, 1 a .LI. A.k.
Ulven unuer my nana, mis iu j
day of September, 1121.
W. C. BLANKENSHIP,
27-t Clerk Okio County Court,
GOOD YEAR TIRES
with the heavy diamond
tread, which avoids slip
page, will give you long
service and more milage,
per gallon of gas.
ffjira herald. o:;ly m the m