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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1922.
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(By Associated Press) Eamon De Valera in an in terview slanted at the headquarters of the republican party, eulogized the Irish army dissentients who are hold ing the Four Courts as "the best and bravest in our nation." "At the last meeting of the Dail Eireann," he said, "an agreement was ratified which, if faithfully observed woufd have given us the opportunity of working for internal peace and of taking steps which would make this nation strong against the only enejjiy it has to fear the enemy from the outside. At the bidding of the English, Irishmen are today shoot ing down on the streets of our capital brother Irishmen, old comrades in arms and companions in the recent struggle for Ireland's independence and its embodiment in a republic. ... Blames English Propaganda. 'English propaganda will strive to lay 'the blame for this war on Irish men but the world outside must not be deceived. England's threat of war-that and that alone is responsi blatJocthe present situation; ::ln the faefe-of "England's threats some of our countrymen yielded. "The men who are 'now being at tacked by the forces of the provision al government are those who refuse to obey the order to yield preferring to "die. They are the best and brav est in our nation and would most loy ally have obeyed the will of the Irish people, freely xpressed . but are not willing that Ireland's independence should -be abandoned under the lash of an alien government." Mccormick incensed Will. Bring. Suit - Against Newspapers . Publishing Story of Grafting of Human Gland, He Says. Chicago, ' June 29. Harold F. Mc Cormick, head of the executive com mittee of the International Han-ester company, yesterday announced his In tention to sue for libel every news paper which published the report that he purchased a gland of another man to be grafted into his own body. With this' as the first count in his libel suits, other counts, he declared, will include charges of telephone tap ping, invasion of his sick room, the surrounding of his house and tres pass upon his property. It was Mr. McCormick's first state ment since he went to the West Me morial hospital for an operation al most three weeks ago, and he made it plain that he was chiefly incensed at the repeated stories that he had taken advantage of the unfortunate circumstances of a fellow man to de prive him of a vital organ. . "That is utterly untrue," he said, and he pointed out that when the ru more first became current, Dr. Victor D, Le.splnasse, who attended him in the hospital, issued a denial that a human gland was used. ' , . - "This denial," said, Mr. McCormlck, "was printed by some, but not by. all of the newspapers which printed the original story." KILLS WIFE AND SELF ' ( Two Pays' Motor Trip By Young , i Woman Results Fatally Upon Re- . turn To Husband. ' Xew York, June 29. A few hours after his wife, Julia, 23, returned home in, a high powered automobile after, it Is reported, she had been away two days, Alfred Talarlz, 25 years of age, a tailor, shot and killed ber and then nded his own life with the same revolver. The tragedy oc curred In the kitchen of their home, 247 Jericho Turnpike, Floral- Park, I,. I., Tuesday night. . . Mre. Talarlz was shot through the i heart. Talarlz shot himself through the left breast and the temple. , IN EARLYRETURNS North Dakota Primaries Are Far From Complete, HoweYer Fargo, N. D., June 29. (By Associ ated Press) Fewer than 150 , pre cincti of the 2,04 in North Dakota had reported early today on the vote cast in the primary, The vote was compiled on the senatorial and gub ernatorial nomination contests and the other contests were ignored. For the republican senatorial nom ination, 128 precincts gave: Porter J, McCumber, candidate for renomln atlon, 11,974; Lynn J. Frazler 6,472, and Orjisby McHarg 867. For the republican nomination for governor, 146 preoincts gave: R. A. Nestos, incumbent, 14,910; B. F, Bak er, non partisan, 6,114; H. L. Stenger, 120. With Senator McCumber leading nearly 2 to 1 on the face of these early returns, the Fargo Courier News, organ of the non-partisan lea gue, declared the nomination of Mr. Frazler and the success of the entire league state ticket seemed assured. The claim was based on an appar ent falling off of 25 per cent in the vote cast in the larger cities of the state where the independent strong holds were and early indications that the rural vote would come more nearly up to the standard set in the recall election last fall. It Is in the rural districts that the league " is strongest. SHOOTS AT WIFE HE THUS UNFAITHFUL Father ol Two Ante lor "Chair" it Woman Dies STOMACH TORTURED? TRYYEAST Bat Be Sure It's Ironlzed Yeast You can't give your Job the best that's in you. 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The senate then accepted committee rates of 12 a had on ihev and goats, and 2H cnts a pound on mutton and goat meat Senator Kendrlrk declared the higher tariff would not Increase the coHt of meat to the consumer. It was charged by Senator Stanley (democrat, Ky.) that the price of beef In this country Is not fixed by the producer, but by the packers, and that the additional tariff only en abled the packers to charge the con sumer more for his meat. VOTE ON TARIFF TO COME INSIX WEEKS Democrats Not Likely to Try to Block It Mm New York, June 29. George Ma her, 22 years old, left his work as foreman of the Midtown Garage at 147 West Forty-ninth street, last eve ning and went to his home at 364 Twelfth street, Brooklyn, to find that his. wife was away. Neighbors were caring for their children, Alice, 20 months old, and Helen, six months. Maher went to the Parkville police station and complained that his wife was "running around with an Ital ian." There seemed to be nothing the police could do about it, so the young fellow went to the home of his mother-ln-iaw, Mrs. Cornelius Brad ley, at 61 Reeve Place, and waited, believing his wife would appear at her mother's. The girl wife she is Just Maher's age came in presently. Maher ac cused her of infidelity, begged her to denounce the other man and pleaded the cause of his children, ..The moth er tried to quiet the pair ' as their parley became bitter. In the end Maher. pulled a pistol from his pocket and fired five shots into his wife's body at close range. They penetrated her abdomen and right side and she fell. Maher-threw the weapon on the ' floor and stood waiting for the police. They came soon, Detectives Eason and McGan'n, just after Mrs. Maher had been taken to Kings County hospital in a dying condition. Maher was charged with felonious assault, which the police ex pected to change to ' homicide. The prisoner said in the Parkville station that he didn't want to live without his wife's love and that he was perfectly willing to go to the chair if she died. Carrying the furniture of the for mer kaiser to Holland called for -53 railway vans. ' Reader Takes Newer Form of Iron Feels Years Younger "Six weeks ago I saw a special offer in the paper telling how thousands of people grow old in looks and energy long before they are really old in years, because, as examinations by physicians have shown, an enormous number of people do not have enough Iron in their blood. I have been tak ing Nuxated Iron for two weeks: the results are simply astounding. The roses have come back in my lips and cheeks, and I can conscientiously say that I feel ten years younger." The above is a typical hypothetical case showing the' results that have been achieved by a great many peo ple since we started this "satisfaction or money back" offer on Nuxated Iron. We will make you the same guarantee. If, after taking the two week's treatment of Nuxated ron, you do not feel and look years young er, we will promptly refund your money. Call at once for a bottle of Nuxated Iron at The Fair Dept. Store. Washington, June 29. The final stages of the long debate on tariff re vision are said to be in sight. The democrats soon will be ready to go before the country on the record made. It is predicted . a final vote will be reached within a month, or six weeks at the outside. It is realized by the democrats that they cannot defeat the . tariff bill. They do not care to delay unduly, or conduct any filibuster against it. All they seek is to Inform the American people fully concerning the iniquities of the most important schedules and then hasten a vote. They will insist on voting if the republicans manifest a disposition to postpone action. No Cloture Expet-ted. It is believed that cloture may not now be Invoked. Senator Kellogg (rep., Minn.), chairman of the com mittee appointed by the recent con ference to arrange a cloture pro gram, has submitted his report to Senator Lodge, the republican leader. He recommends hat twenty-five sig natures be required for a cloture peti tion, that a majority be sufficient for adoption, that ten days debate be al lowed and that the senate rules be changed at once. Increased duties of the bill will cost the people of this country 83,000,000, 000, Senator Simmons (dem., N. C.,) declared in a speech this afternoon. He said fully one-half of this added burden of taxation woud be borne by the farmers. Senator Simmonds denied the con tention advanced ; by Gooding (rep. Idaho) that, if the rate, are impotent and did not do any good in enhancing the price to the producer, they do no harm. He said if the Farm Bloc senators undertake to vote day after day for rates which are supposed to do the farmer good, but which really accomplish nothing for him, they must enter Into agreements to vote for a high tariff on articles which the farmer must buy. The senate adopted the commlttete duty of 8' 14 cents a pound on fresh beef and veal, by a , vote of 47 to 13. Six democrats, Ashurst, Jones, New Mexico; Kendrick, Pittman, Sheppard and Broussard voted with the repub licans. Meat Scries Approved. The senate also approved a com mittee amendment increasing the house rate of 2 cents a pound on fresh lamb to 5 cents a pound. The HARRY E. HALL AND ADELINE LITRE WED Popular Young Couple Married In St. John's Lutheran Church by Rev, M. W. Gaudlan Harry Ernest Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hall of 425 West Main street, and Miss Adeline IJtke, daughter of Mrs. Wllhelmlna Hesse I,itke of Shuttle Meadow avenue, were married last evening at 8 o'clock at St. John's German Lutheran church by the Rev. M. W. Gaudlan, pastor. They were attended by William Brunt, cousin of the groom as best man, and Miss Flora Mae Hall,' sister of the bride, as maid of honor. Miss Dor othy Schultz, niece of the bride, was the flower girl, and Oswald Connell and Arthur Volz were the ushers In the church. The bride was attired In white brid al satin wrth duchess lace over it and trimmed with pearls, and wore a silk bridal veil with lily-of-the-valley streamers.' She carried a bridal bou quet of white roses and gardenias with lily-of-the-valley streamers. The bridesmaid wore a gown of flesh col ored georgette trimmed with Spanish lace and a large picture hat to match and carried a bouquet of pink sweet peas and lilies-o'f-the-valley. The flower girl was dressed in blue georg ette with a crown of rosebuds, and carried an old colonial bouquet of roses and streamera Tho church was prettily decorated for the occasion with palms and roses and during the ceremony, Mrs. J, Martin ntng'"0, Promise Me," About 100 guests were present, Including friends and relatives from New York city, Springfield, Mass., Wallingford, Hartford and Bristol. A reception was held at the home of the bride af ter the ceremony and during the day, the young couple left on an unknown wedding trip. Upon their return they will reside at 439 West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Hall have many friends in this city who gave them some very beautiful and useful gifts. Among which were a complete cut glass set, a walnut bedroom set, a portable lamp and linen, silver and electric articles. An English Bible presented to them by the Rev. Gaud Ian Is prized very highly. The bride presented her attendant with a dia mond brooch and the groom gave the best man a diamond scarf pin The flower girl received a gold ring and the ushers fountain pens. The company declined to make publlo the name and address of the sender. H CKXTS FOR MBFIj. Macon, Oa June 29. Former Mayor Glen Toole was awarded twelve cents damages here late yesterday by the Superior Court Jury which heard his libel suit against the Macon Telegraph, He sued for 1750,000, alleging def. amattnn of character in an artlcla puhltshed May 81, 1921, THREE FLYERS IIE IN FALL. San Antonio, Tex., June 29. Threa aviation cadets were killed and their bodies burned when an airplane la : which they had just taken eft at rtrookald 'ell from a height Of 300 feet late yesterday. . CONSCIENCE MONEY New York Woman Rends $4 To New ark Railway Company To Pay Fares Not Collected. New York, June 29. 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