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KuUbt BtVOLTS tiiiW
y TARIFF JtS SUBMITTED
Recommits by Vote of 177 to 130;
Dye Lmbargo and Duty On
I Urn fwflM lp p.&f i'j
Washington, Sept. 13, Revolt
lag against cue action of conferees
la wmiiig tack laio the atiniluistra
ttion tariff bill a dyo embargo, II
cesiug provision und duty on potash,
the house late today sent that meas
ure buck to couference. Its mana
gers were Instructed to accept senate
smeudmouU repealing the existing
dye embargo and placing potash on
the free list.
' Some Republican house leaders,
plainly surprised and disappointed,
were pessimistic as . to what the
ultimate result ot the house action
would be, Representative Mondell,
Wyoming, the floor leador, said he
could not say what the outcome
would be, while Chairman Fordney,
Ol the ways and means committee,
aid it looked doubtful whether
there would be a tariff bill at this
session ot congress. Chairman Mc
Cumber of the senate manager.
took a more optimistic view, how-1
ever, stating that the senate would i
Veree to another conference and I
in at the differouces would be
The vote in the house was
to 130, with 102 Republicans,
Democrats and the only socialist ,
Voting in support of the motion by
Representative Garner, Democrat, j
Texas, to recommit, and 126 Repub-J
llcans and four Democrats votins j
against it. , The vote followed a i
day ot preliminary wrangling and
sharp debate and announcement of
the result by Speaker GUlett, was;
greeted by applause on both sides of)
the chamber and with loud cheers
from many of the Democrats
Most of the Republicans voting
for the Garner motion are from the ,
Western agricultural states and New
Apparently the move by Repre
sentative! Garner, who is the rank-.
Illg, i;ciuvl.lRk vii v.. ... . . ... j
which framed the original tariff to.
1 A;ludo potash in his motion It
recommit, took the managers of the
bill by surprise. j
The potash duty proposed by the,
conferets was 1 Vt cents a pound for
three years as against a five years
duty ranging from one "cent to two
and one-half cent- a pound In the
original hous MU. The senate
placed potash on t'a-3 free lint. ,
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YOUNGKST HOItO KOCND
Friday and Saturday
Sept. 22 23, 1922
J. F. CASBBIER & SON,
BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY
Barefooted and attired only in a;
pair of pants, shirt and cap, which j
he had not had off I'xcept possibly
for an occasional swim fci.ice the!
latter part of July, -when ne ranj
away, the youngest professional ho
bo ever picked up by the local po
1U .was found ou the river front
tills morning by Patrolman Uuck
Jonos. He is Richard Godfrey, 10
years old, son .of Joe Godfrey, 446
North Broadway, Lexington.
J"I have -been sleeping along the
roadside, in haystacks and on' a big
iandpile down here by tho river,"
aid Richard, "and I've been eating
Just what I've found. I never beg
ged a thing any time.'
Patrolman Jones bought Richard
his first meal since he ran away
from home a steak, tomatoes and I
coffee. It was the first time Richard,
bad aat down to a table since leav-j
ing homo. The polic are holdlngl
him until they hear from the Lex
ington authorities. . I
RIchaTd's b :d since ho lunded in I
Louisville after a walk of four days I
and four nights from Frankfort had ;
been a warm sandpUe on the river, I
In which he burrowed at night. He!
v ate hla breakfasts at th Haymarket, I
where he picked up such fruit and
vegetable rt had been thrown
Just n IWiiulnr Iloy
Richard is Just a normal 10-year-old
boy. wlih ;irk brown hair,
freikk-s and a fa'r compUxion. But
one thing that Rlchurd (lid was not
a normal thing. Ho confessed to
-takliig $H which h' mother had
left on a table. This he epent "for
foolishness" In . Loxhigiou In two
days. The only thing of valuo he
bourht wus on 85 -cent waint. He
toe ' and it festered. A riverman
told him to stick a needle in it.
' I dl'la : h&t-i .my :."!dle, l.ut I
tumped it again anl it broke and
then got well."
"I don't know whether my father
will take me back. I ran away a
year ago for a couple days and he
said if I ever did it again I shouldn't
come back. Louisville Times.
A Perfect Make-up
While Farmer Seedplant was
chopping wood the other day hei in
jured his foot so badly that he was
forced to limp around with a cane.
A young man saw him maklug his
painful way up the village street
and Jokingly asked him:
"What'a the matter with your
sore foot, Pop "
"Nothln, durn youi nothln',"'
snarled the old niau. "I Jest robbed
a bank up there a ways and I'm
usiu' this disguise as a means of
American Legion Weekly. "
PARTIAL PEACE FUN
ACCEPTEO BY ONION CHIEFS
Secretary of Labor Davis An
no. a.es Settlement On 35
to 40 Per Cent of Lines
Ii. ii X. TO EQCIl' I'ASSE.NGKJt
TKAI.V WITH 1UDIO SET
Julian is a literal-mluded little
chap, as was evidenced not long ago
when he met with a alight accident.
1U had fallen from a ladder and
when bis mother ran to pick hint up,
"Oh, my dear, how did you fall "
Whereupon Julian, who is a sec
ond grade pupil, replied:
"Vertically." American Legion
Got tlt llulitt
"What's all the racket In the bar
"Ouo of the barbers U shaving
himself and trying to talk himstlt
iuto a massage."
American Legion Weekly.
then took an Interurban car for.
Frankfort and had 5 ceuU left when,
he got there. i
"1. stayed in 1 Frankfort for a
week," said R'.chard. "Slept In
, place where they're building ,
; church and ate what I found." ' (
t He hail "hoes and" stockings when
ha set out to walk to Lou'svllle, but'
soon cast them aside. Nothing ba
been the matter with hint, Richard
said, except that be stumped hi
is ofUn caUMd by an Inflamed condition
of (! niucuus lining ot I lis KiiMtuul.iun
Tub. When this tub U inflamed yuu
hut a rumbling- souml or iiuocritci
bearing-. Uulanu Ui Inllamnuklion oun
b rducd, your benug may be da
iroed 1. tvtr.
HAUL'S CATARRH MRDTCINK will
do what w claim (nr ll rid your ivsuin
of C'uturrh or lJi?a:n.-s4 rausul tj
Caturrh. HALL S CATAKRH MKUH'INK
KtUt boU tUMHUlul ill III U'MkUlMUl Ot
Catarrh for ovr Friy Yoars.
Hold by nil diu;;lm
If'. J. Chon?y Vw., TclcdO, O.
Chicago, Sept., 13. B. M. Jewell,
head of the striking railway shop
crafts, announced that the union's
policy committee of ninety had au
thorized hira to negotiate individual
peaco agreements with the railroads
of the country, based on the term
ot a general settle-ment plan adopted
by the policy committee.
'Mr. Jewell said: "We Iibvm
agreed to the terms of a settlement
yielding wherever possible and
siundiug where there was no other .
avenue ppt-n honorably to those, we,
All men are to return to work In
positions of the class originally held
June 30, 1922, at the lamo point,
according to the statement issued
by the policy committee. i
Washington, S'-pt. 13. Virtual
settlement of the rail strike as af
fecting 35 to 40 per cent of tho ra'l-
roads of the country was announced!
late today by Secretary of Labor i
Davis ou the bals of reports from
the meeting in Chicago ot the Gen
eral Polhy Committee ot thd strik
ing shop cruft unlous.
Washington otllcials of tho Asso
ciation of Railway Extx-utives had
received no word as to tho virtual
suttltmout as reported by Secretary
Davis lute in the duy ami utter an
Inquiry at the Labor Department,
Alfrtd P. Thorn, general couiiai-1 of
the association, telegraphed execu
tives' representative In Chicago for
The Southoru Railway had not
bce.li officially uolltlcd up to 4 o'
clock this afternoon vt the settle
ment of the shopmen's strike whioh
Socrcxury of Lubor Davis said wa
g. sured on a number of roads. Hull
road odrluls withheld comment
puudlng receipt of definite Informa
tion from C'hlcugo. ,
The first t'ul!y-equlpped radio
railroad car in the South yesterday
was put to test by tho Louisville &
Nashville Railroad in the Tenth
The car has an antenna strung
eighteen iuches from the top a Ion;;
its length, and a fpeeiully construct
ed receiving set. It was run at
varying speeds while the radio con
cert o:' The Courlor-Journal ' anil
The Louisville Times was broadcast
yesterday afternoon. Tho reception
of the cuueert was not impaired in
any way by the speed of the car.
R. It. Hobbs, superintendent of
telegraph, has had the radio car un
der construction for some time. The
railroad intends to outfit one of its
flyers, th Pan-American, with a re
ceiver for tho entertainment of
Mr. Hobbs was pleased with th
results of the experiment yeaterdav,
and the car will be attached t
regular trains and taken us far as
New Orleans for further experi
ments. , ,
More than 1.000 persons were at
tracted to Union Station by the
radio car yesterday und an equally
large crowd last night.
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THE IIAUTFORD HERALD has made a spuciat clubbiug ruto with the
Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish bott
papers for one year for the low price of
The City Council of tl.a City of
Hartford. Kentucky, will on or be
fore October , 1st,, 1922. receive
sealed bids for the constructiou of
pavements in said city. In accord
ance with Ordinance- passed Aut;.
1 .1 t i ., All 1. I .1 . 1
1, 1764. All U1US Ulllttl UU UCCOUt-
puuled by cert. lied check for 10 per
cent ot amount of bid. Said Coun
cil resttv.-i the right to reject a,uy
aid all bids. In Its discretion. This
Aug.' 31st. 1922. ,
L. 11. BISHOP, Clerk.
The Commercial Appeal Is one of
South and we hone to receive many
il.SH cash for both papers.
the largest and best papers ia th
ti-w subscribers on this oTer,
f-' :: 1 l-i vr.ur subscription covr,
Adlicss THE HERALD
'Tus H Thus
"Any ioi.I. chii looli wise,
Qiurkcd ilm proft.j&or. )
''Yut, and any wlso, mail can look
foolish where a wqoiuu U couceru
fil," siiBwf reil the cynic. AmerVan'
Legion Weekly. '
Adam's t'rivalo Slock
'They say Cleoyalr wai the
world's oilgluul vamp."
' Nothing to it. , Kv originated
that sluif, but Cleo had wuiv boo'n
to practlca on."
AmwrUan LegUm WoekV-
Har'.fortl Ileinld, fl.SO th lyer
A Sad i'imci
Noith: ' I 3unxi;e you are cor'
Bill Moruiii dicd.a
Vc..t: iry si)i iy Ther
was a friend. l(d i.cver asked mo
to lend him a coat, aitlmuh I knew
perfectly 'well that hi was e-tarvlug
Atuork-au Ui'.ia Wed.!.