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land took medicine
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W. N- V Minneapolis, No. 4--1921.
Watching the Work i
I of the I
1 State Lawmakers]lifceIleprebentatives
jDDDDDDDDDDaq UPHOLDS ONE MAN RULE
Highway Committee Defeats Motion
For Three Man Commission By a 6
to 23 Vote.
St. Paul -The Washburn motion to
inset a commission of three salaried
men in the highway bill was defeated
Wednesday iy the house committee
on highways, by a 6 to L'3 vote, thus
t-coring victory for the advocates of
a single highway commissioner.
The committee followed this action
by directing a subcommittee to drart
the bill with a single commissionei
provided, to be appointed by the gov
ernor and who will have the power to
be appointed by the governor and who
will have the power to appoiat two
Sentiment in the senate is said to
lean strongy to a three man commis
sion, but Senator P. H. McCairy, chair
man of the senate committee, wants
seven commissionei to represent the
various sections ot the state. He
woud have one from northwestern Min
nesota, one from the northeastern
part of the state, two from southern
Minnesota, one Irom the western coun
ties, and two from the twin cities.
The vote in the house committee was
taken after prolonged discussion, fea
tured by expressions of regard for
Commissioner Babcock. The question
was first of a series of issues to be
settled by the committee, and referred
to it by a subcommittee report.
proposal to authorize the highway de
partment to build roads in counties
which advance the fniuK and have
them refunded later, was stricken out,
and the question of retundments for
work that has been done was laid over
for consultation with Commissioner
Babcock Sherman W Child who has
been in charge of the license fee ques
tion, was named chairman of a new
subcommittee to draft the automobile
Mr. Washburn, in moving for a com
mission of three members, said no one
man could carry out properly an un
dertaking which required spending of
$10,000,000 a year in 86 counties of the
state. One of the three commission
ers, he said, should be an expert in
finance, one in engineering, and the
third a business man or farmer.
J. R. Sweitzer of St. Paul replied
that the present department approved
$14,500,000 in contracts last year, and
said experience shows the one man
commissioner has brought good re
sults John Kelly and Thomas H.
Girling agreed with Mr. Washburn
and Mr. Girling pointed to the board
of control, railroad and warehouse
commission and tax commission as
successful three man bodies. P. J.
McPartlin declared that the work de
manded of the highway department is
different in character and is better
handled by a single executive. Ralph
Parker said the state already has
made one change, from a commission
to a commissioner, and no reason has
been shown a change back again
Subcommittees from both houses,
considering the question of refunds to
counties for work done on state roads,
late yesterday asked the highway de
partment for a full statement on re
fundments due. The plan favored was
to refund cash payments first and cre
ate a sinking fund to retire county
bonds as they fall due
ABOLISH SURPLUS BOARDS.
Elimination of many surplus boards
and centralization of all state work af
fecting highways, drainage, mines, for
ests, lands, immigration arid game and
fish under the board of state physic?!
development are the objects of a bill
to introduced in the House of Repre
sentatives by Representative Leo K.
Eaton of Minneapolis.
Mr. Eaton's bill will be the first of
several important proposals looking to
the reorganization of state depart
ments. The whole subject is one
which is certain to have a prominent,
place in the present legislative session.
The Eaton bill provides for five sep
arate bureaus, as follows: 1, high
ways 2, drainage: 3, lands, forests
and immigration 4, mines 5. game
There would be a commissioner pre
siding over each bureau and the five
commissioners would make up the
board of state physical development.
Each commissioner would receive $5,-
000 per year in salary and would be
appointed by the governor.
ANTI CIGARETTE MEASURE
Senator Nolan introduced a bill mak
ing it a misdeameanor for a person un
der 20 years of age to smoke cigarets
and making the penalty a fine of $10.
Antitlpping Bill Appears.
The biannual antitlpping bill made
its appearance when Senator Swanson
Introduced a bill prohibiting hotels,
restaurants, barbershops, dining cars
and sleeping cars from permitting
their employees to receive tips. No
tices of the law prohibiting tips are
required to be posted and a fine of not
to exceed $100 is imposed in the
event of violation of this provision.
The penalty for companies allowing
tips is fixed at from $10 to $50 and for
Riving or receiving at from $5 to $25.
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH. MINN.
TONNAGE BILLS PRESENTED
St. Paul -Sharp divisions among the
advocates ot a tonnage tax on iron ore
were brought out this week, when
th committee on taxes of the House
held its first pub
Repiesentatives .AT. Bendixen, A
Welch. Harry Trowbridge and
Chailes 11 Warner appealed to ex
plain their respective bills. The four
Bendixen bill Provides a tax of 8
per cent on net profits, such tux to be
in lieu of all other state taxes.
Welch bill Provides for a tax of
10 per cent on net profits, such tax to
be in addition to all other state taxes
Warner bill Provides for submis
sion to people of a constitutional
amendment authorizing a tonnage tax
and providing that one-half of rev
enues from such a tax go into a min
eral land trust fund and one-half into
the general revenue fund
Trowbridge bill Provides for a
slate tax of 8 per cent on the net val
ue, not only of iron ore, but of gran
ite, limestone, sandstone, giavel and
clay, peat and marl His bill provides
that net cost of production shall be
deducted and a tax levied on the bal
Mr Bendixen, in explaining the bill,
said that IIP expected the revenue to
amount to $5,000,000 per year He said
that he proposed introducing a bill
calling for a constitutional amendment
providing that 25 per cent of the ton
nage tax revenues go into a permanent
trust fund. I
Mr Welch said that lie would not
have introduced a bill if a fair tonnage
tax measure had been proposed. He
said that the features of the Bendixen
bill making the tax in lieu of state
taxes had spoiled it Mr Welch also
attacked the tax commission, saying
that the members are now on the
fence, where they were for a tonnage
Mr Bendixen said that the lieu tax
was proposed in order to eliminate any
question as to the constitutionality of
Representative Charles II. Warner's
bill is expected to have an important
bearing upon the course of the whole
tonnage tax fight in the present legis
HOUSE PASSES BUDGET BILL
The bill creating a state budget
commission was passed by the House
of Representatives late in the Monday
session without a dissenting vote.
Under the bill the budget commis
sion will be made up of the governor,
state auditor, chairman of the tax com
mission, the lieutenant governor,
speaker of the house and chairman of
the senate finance committee and
chairman of the house appropriations
The law requires the state auditor
as secretary of the commission, to
mail blanks each year in August to the
heads of all state departments.
The commission is required to meet
the first Tuesday in November to con
sider the requests of the various de
partments and may subpoena witnes
ses and visit institutions. It is requir
ed to make a report to the legislature
not later than the fourth day of the
session. FLECTION CHANGES SLATED
Agreed that advances for election
law changes this session must come
from the senate, members of the house
committee on elections consented to a
a "get together" conference with the
senate committee on the subject.
Chairman Charles Warner said that
Chairman Henry B. Benson of the sen
ate committee had proposed such a
conference to obtain an expression on
important changes, possibly a conven
tion bill authorizing political parties in
convention to nominate candidates.
Governor J. A. O. Preus' suggestion
that members of the legislature be
elected on party tickets, or other pro
posals. Representative M. B. Cullum,
Duluth. favored the proposal, but
some others were skeptical.
LEGISLATURE SIDE LIGHTS
The five house members from Du
luth are coauthors of a bill authorizing
any city or village in the state to es
tablish a municipal coal and woodyard
to supply fuel at cost.
Governor J. A. O. Preus sent a bud
get" message to the house. The bud
get included the estimates of various
departments' expenses, as filed with
Governor .1 A. A Burnqnist.
Senator F. H. Peterson has introduc
ed a motion picture censorship bill in
the Minnesota senate, creating a state
board of censors which is to pass on
every film exhibited in the theaters of
Minnesota. Film distributors are ex
pected to appear before the general
legislation committee to oppose the
Joy riding in an automobile without
the owner's consent is made punish
able by a sentence of not less than 10
years in the penitentiary, provided the
car is driven from one county to an
other, in a bill by Representative F. E.
Nimocks of Minneapolis, which pass
ed the house by a vote of 68 to 57, af
ter a spirited debate.
Representative Nimocks withdrew
his pass bill. In a humorous speech
he said the "child was dead and I
want to be the undertaker, minister,
pallbearer and gravedigger, and I ask
H. B. 2S to be returned to the author."
The bill allowed legislators to ride on
passes when on official business.
The house passed a bill allowing at
torneys to confer with a client after
conviction, which, in some cases, has
heretofore been denied.
Sales of real .estate betweenshus
band and wife are legalized in a bill
introduced by Representative H. A.
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Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Warning! Unless you see the nam*
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-one
years and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Colds, Headache, Neural
gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
pirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacidester of Salicycacid.
Lord Hrtlg confesses that whatevef
conceit he may have had regarding
his prowess on the golf links was
killed by the remark of a professional
at St. Andtevvs, who had watched him
"Weel, sir," he said, at the end of
one round, "it's a gnid job for us a'
that ye're a better sodger than ye are
WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND
For many years druggists hare Watched
with much interest the remarkable record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer*! Swamp-Boot,
the great kidney, liver and bladder medi
It is a physician's pretcriptiof
Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi
cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and blad
der do the work nature intended they
Swamp-Boot' has stood the test of years.
It fa sold by all druggists on its merit
and it should help you. No other kidney,
medicine has so many friends.
Be sure to get Swamp-Boot anil start
treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. T., for
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.Adv.
The Inevitable Tune.
"Daddy," plel-"l the sweet young
thing, "cn I have an automobile?
Yon can buy fr a ong."
'Yes," grunted her harassed parent,
"nnd I know what that song will be
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Golden Medical Discovery. I secured
a bottle from the drug store and this
was so helpful that I had no need of
a second bottle. To those whose con
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NEWS OF WORLD
TOLD IN A, FEW WORDS
Kernels Culled From News of Moment
In All Parts of the WorldOf
Interest to All the People
WashingtonThe railroads have
abandoned their plan to increase de
murrage charges, it was learned from
*he interstate commerce commission.
WashingtonThe legislative, execu
tive and judicial appropriation bill
carrying approximately $113,000,000
was passed by the house and sent to
WashingtonThe house received
from Secretary of the Treasury D. F.
Houston additional estimates of $3,-
773,000 for hospital buildings under
the public service at vorious points
throughout the country.
WashingtonA reguest*that federal
troops be sent into the coal mine strike
district in Alabama to replace the Ala
bama National Guard has been receiv
ed at the White House from the Uni
ted Mine workers of Alabama.
WashingtonA walking stick made
from wood cut out of the heart of a
native Bois D'Arc tree planted in Tex
as in 1S70, was presented to Presi
dent Wilson by Representative L. W.
Parrish of Texas, on behalf of the
democrats of Wise county, Texas.
WashingtonDeath penalty for per
sons convicted of committing crimes
by the use of weapons was proposed
by Representative Sumners of Texas
as a means of checking the present
day crime wave. Action is necessary
to make human life more secure, he
WashingtonThe great dirigible
R-38, building in England for the
American navy will be completed in
March and probably will start across
the Atlantic early in July, the House
naval committee was informed by
Captain T. D. Graven, director of
WashingtonCaptain Emmett Kil
patrick, American Red Cross worker,
Who was reported last November to
have been killed by the bolsheviki, is
in jail at Moscow, advices to the state
department said. It was added that he
was captured Oct. 29 while engaged in
relief work along the front occupied
by the Wrangel forces in the Crimea.
MinneapolisLeonard Frank, Uni
versity of Minnesota track coach, will
tutor the 1921 squad, it was announced
by the athletic board of control.
ChicagoJohn H. Farrell of Auburn,
N. Y., for 20 years secretary of the
National Association of Minor Leagues,
is slated to become secretary to Fed
eral Judge K. M. Landis, commission
er of organized baseball.
Dodge, Neb.Joe Stecher, former
world's champion heavyweight wrest
ler, arrived at his home here from an
Omaha hospital where he has been un
der treatment for partial paralysis.
Physicians declare that his ailment
was due to bad teeth which have been
New YorkIn a spectacular bout
which was stopped by the referee in
the sixth round at Madison Square
Garden, Benny Leonard, world light
weight champion, scored a technical
knockout over Richie Mitchell of Mil
waukee, who, despite his defeat, proved
himself a worthy challenger. The
bout was the main attraction at a
benefit given devastated France.
ChicagoCarl Wanderer's trial for
the murder of the ragged stranger was
set for March 1.
Bayonne, N. J.Two persons were
killed and more than 10 injured in/an
explosion and fire in the plant of the
Bellows Film company here.
Jefferson City, Mo.A bill to make
automobile theft a capital offense pun
ishable by hanging or life imprison
ment, was introduced in the house.
DetroitAfter deliberating 24 hours
the jury in the'trial of Albert Sher
man, deputy sheriff, charged with kill
ing Walter Gilday and Maurice Draul
lard, returned a verdict of not guilty.
The trial was *he result of a gun bat
San DiegoAn attempt to establish
a new transcontinental airplane speed
record from San Diego to Jacksonville,
Fla., will be made Feb. 21, according
to announcement made by Lieutenant
W. B. Coney, of the 91st Aero Squad
ron, stationed at Rockwell field.
DetroitA ruling by the United
States treasury department at Wash
ington that manufacturers of home
brewed beer are subject to a penalty
of $1,000 was received by John M.
Grogan, collector of internal revenue
for the eastern Michigan district.
Russelville, Ky.Five persons, in
cluding Engineer William Howe of
Evansville, Ind., and Pilot L. Lockhart
of Paris, Tenn., were injured, probably
fatally, when a special Louisville, Hen
derson & St. Louis passenger train
met a Louisville & Nashville freight
train head-on near here.
Hartford, Conn.What is claimed to
be a world record for civilian wireless
transmission was made when a mes
sage from the Hartford Courant to the
L*.s Angeles Times was relayed across
the continent by the station of Hiram
Percy Maxim. The reply came In 1
hour and 8 minutes
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"Over a year ago," says Mrs. Dora
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Priscilla had been to school a few
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she met a friend on the street one day,
who inquired about how she was get
"Mamma does not like to have me
go very well," she said, "because she
misses me at home."
"But what does your papa say
about it?" inquired the friend.
"01:, he is kind of uneasy in his
mind, too," answered Priscilla.
No man is as bad as some other man
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Many a man lives to regret the de
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