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EIGHT
MANY BILLS
'A
RURAL CREDIT!
Borrowing
Washington, Die. 9.—Two more
farm credit plans were added today
to the dozen or more already lie Com
congress.
A lull amending the farm loan act,
provide additional credits was j,
introduced by Senator Norbeck,vijte
publ.ciin., of South Dakcta, and Re
prcsentative Strong, Republican
Kim-as, while another, intrfjduced
1 Senator Norbeck and Represen
tative A. P. Nelson, Republican of
Increase from $10,000 to $25,000 of
the maximum loan which could be
made to an individual farm by co
operative farm land banks is one of
the principal features of' the Nor
beck—Stronp bill. .Senator Norbeck
said that this change "'would "give
local cooperative associations a bet-i
ter chance to complete with the
joint stock land banks." I
Such loans also, under the new
bill, would be available for security
on machinery and other debts of I
borrowers and not limited, as under I
the present law, to land arid build- I
ings.
"The bill which I have introduc
ed," Senator Norbeck said, of this
feature, "Makes it possible ,for a I
farmer who owes money on farm
machinery for instance, to place a
mortgage on his land with the fed­
eral farm loan associations and pay
off the debt on the farm machinery..
He may also borrow money to edu
cate his family."
Jhe bill also provides for Volun­
tary liquidation .of local'farm loan
associations and for appointment of
agents where cooperative banks do
not exist. The latter provision would
make it possible for farmers to ob­
tain loans where local associations
have not yet been organized.
The Norbeck-Nelson foreign loan
II. would create a revolving fund
of $200,000 to negot'ate sales of
American products. It is designed to
increase exports of farm products
by advancing funds to foreigners.
NEED NO MORE CREDIT
St. Louis. Mo., Dee. 9.—Answering
resident Harding's recommendation
yesterday before congress for the
extension of more credits to farm­
ers. i^niamin C. Marsh of Washing­
ton, D. C., managing director of tjie
farmers' National Council, today is­
sued a statement declaring farmers
"need no more credit to get more
into debt."
Mr. Marsh passed through St.
Louis from Oklahoma and Texas,
where he has been attending farm­
ers' meetings.
"Faimers are now at least 35,
000,000,000 tco much in debt," the
statement asserted, "and need no
more credit to get more into debt,
but government cooperation, such as
the consumers and producers finan­
cing corporation to be created by the
pending Morris-Sinclair bill, to get
them fair prices for farm products
so they can get cut of debt."
The statement added that the "ex­
treme poverty of farmers is chiefly
due to the government's subsevvien
ey to the investment bankers," and
"our vicious marketing and tax sys­
tems."
Dance at Coliseum tonight.
COAL DEMAND ACTIVE
(By the Associated Press)
St. Paul, Minn.^Pec. 9.—With th"
continued cold weather which grips
the entire northwest, requests for
hard coal continue to pour into the
office of C. P. White, northwest
federal fuel distributor.
The northwest is far below the
allotted tonnage of this grade of
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Power of Farmer
Increased by New
Measure
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Wisconsin, would authorize the War
Finance Corporation to make loans
to loie'Rii purchasers of American!
i.giicultural
products.
Iiv'.li the bills are endorsed by the
American Farm Bureau Federation
and go beyond the administrat'on
rcposa'.s in the recently introduced
Lenrcot-Anderson bill.
Whether the differences may be
harmonized easily has not yet been
developed but cerla'n provisions of
the new Norbeck-St.^np pleasures
are contained in other bills intro—
duced by Senator Capper. Republic
can of Kansas, chairman of the
senate farm block, and others of the i,
farm group in congress.
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We usually say something about storage in this space,
but our building is.filled and we thank" you for your
patronage.
When
Eugene
V.
contest, he sowed the seeds for the legal
finds himself. Mrs. Eleanor
separation.
One-third of the purchasers of
Overland cars in the month of
October, were pepople who, prior
to buying their Overland, did not
own any make of automobile be­
fore. The same percentage holds
true' in Willys-Knight cars for
that month, according to the
monthly vocational chart issued
by the statistical department of
the Willys«Overland Company.
Former owners of either Over­
land Or Willys-Knight cars Tanked
second in volume of purchases,
onfe-fourth of the monthly total of
sales on Overland belga to formed
Overland owners and one-third of
the total purchases of Willys
Knight cars before former owners
of Willys-Knight or Overland
cars.
In third place in rank of former
ownership on purchases of both
casr are former o\vners of Ford
hard coal but with the extension of
navigation for practically two weeks,
it is ho|fcd that the upper lake dock?
'will receive .about one-half of the
(50 percent Allotment, agreed upon
by Washington officials.
Dance at Coliseum tonight.
Ace'aud Queen
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The brave deserve the fair.
Eddie Rickenbacker, ace of Amer­
ican aviators, is shown here with
his bride on their return from a
honeymoon in Europe.
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Latest Love Tria,ngle
IS
Brewster,
magazines, took Corliss Palmer,
-Macon (Ga.) hotel and awarded her the
New York publisher of a string of movie
20-year-old cigar counter girl from
prize
in an
International beauty
difficulties In which he now
V. V. Brewster (lower left) has sued foi
BOY GREATEST BULK OF WILLYS
OVERLAND CARS IN OCTOBER
cars, one-fourth of the total sales
of Overlanda being to former Ford
owners and one-eighth of the totfcl
sales of Willys-Knight cars being
to Ford ownerp.
Farmers, Merchants, Laborers
and Salesmen as classes were the
largest clask buyers in the order
named, Farmers leading in buying
Overland cars being nearly three
times as heavy buyers as Laborers
who stood
Becond.
Merchants and
Salesmen pushed laborers closely
for second' place. Merchants top­
ped the list among the Willys
Knight buyers with Farmers sec­
ond, Salesmen third and Laborers
fourth, there not being much
spread' between the last three
named.
In all a total of over .100 differ­
ent vocations were listed in the
chart and about sixty different
makes of cars were listed in the
chart ^showing -former ownership.
RATE HEARING
IN JAMESTOWN
Fargo, N. D., Dec. 9.—H. E. Rey
nolds, chairman of the traffic com­
mittee of the Fargo Commercial
Club and Neal E. Williams, traffic
director are today attending the
rate hearing opened this morning at
Jamestown by
A.
1
C. Wilkins, special
examiner for the Interstate Com­
merce Commission.
Jamestown and Valley City are
asking for a reduction in rates to
put them on a parity with Twin
City and Duluth points and North
Dakota border points. The hearing is
to be concluded today.
FOUR DEAD IN BLAST
Scrantan, Pa., Dee. 9.—Four per­
sons are known to be dead and
several were. injured today in an
explosion which destroyed the glaz­
ing mill of the Black Diamond
Pqwder Company near Dupont, Pa.,
about o'ght miles south cf Scrnnton."
The explosion was felt at Carbon
dale, 25 miles away.
iXMAS HAILING
HAS STARTED
Postoffice Reports RushV of
Business in Last Two Days
They're buying early and shop­
ping oarly.
The Christmas' rush has started
—it started two days ago, accord­
ing to employes at the postoffice.
Business yesterday was brisk all
day, score! of packages being
mailed.
Already many packages have
gone through the Bisinarclf post
office on their way to foreign
countries—Germany, Russia, Nor­
way, Sweden and England all be­
ing* destination for man/ packages.
The, early shopper now is get­
ting it he pick of the wonderful, line
of Christmas presents offered in
.local stores. The early mailer
also is being assured that his pack­
age will not be delayed in trans
I mission through the mails, and he
?"s a -great deal more sure that
I there will he no damage such as
mny occur during the rush sea
soil.
Some luve already completed
their Christmas ^hopping. They
are the people y(m meet on the
street wearing, a broad grin.
Lawyers Quibble
At Murder Trial
Monteviedo,- Minn.,' Dee. 9.—A con
troversy between, the state and the
defense, over the admissablity of
the remainder of Oscar Erickson'.s
death bed statement marked the
resumption of the trial of Elsie
Salisbury, on trial here charged
with the murder of Erickson, this
morning.
''Xn unortunnte accident took the
life of Of ear Erickson when the gun
held by *Elsie Salisbury was uninten­
tionally discharged in the Milwau
kee railrded office," Attorney Davis
said.
"There wds no motive—no reason
in the worldVfor this girl to shoot
Oscar Eriekson." the defense coun­
sel continued. *They had not quar­
reled. Eickson, himself said, when
asked why he was shot, 'I do not
know,' of coarse did not know.
She uttered no words when the
shooting occurred, b^ause she did
hot expect it."
'Previous to the opening statement,
a motion of the defense for a direct­
ed verdift and dismissal of the
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Chiropractor
Consultation Free
Suite 9, 11 Lucas Block
Phone 260
Order Your Coal To­
day
—from—
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SAY IT WITH
Sweater Jackets
KLEIN'S TOGGERY
Say it With Something
For the Car
At this time of year it seems hard to select a little token for your friends,
and it is very trying indeed for the busy person *to select something pleas­
ing as well as inexpensive.
Almost one out of every ten persons owns a car.
When you think of the pleasant drives you have had during the Sum­
mer which has passed, and the many times you have been given a lift,
does it not seem fitting to show your appreciation by giving the car owner
something for his machme, instead of some useless trinket or bit of ap­
parel he may never use:
Our store has acceptable gifts ranging in price from 50 cents up to $50.
Come and see our display, and you will be pleasantly surprised at the
rarige*of pleasing gifts which you can secure at so small an amount.
Better shop early as they are going fast.
LAHR MOTOR SALES COMPANY
charge of murder in the first degree
was tienied by Judge *G. E. Qvale.
A motion for removal from the
leeor is of t-'ri t^s death bed state­
ment, on the ground that it' is not,
under the law, a death statement,
was also denied.
Although Miss Salisbury will prob­
ably take the stand ^ate today. It is
not expected that the case will reach
the jury before Monday.
The state declined to turn over fo
the. defense counsel a copy of the
transcript of the statemej^'ayhieh
Dorothy Welsh, stenograpfcer^for
the county attorney, topk the stand
to read.
It was finally stipulated that each
separate question and answer in the
statement would be shown the de­
fense before being read in to the
record by Miss Welsh.
Although appearing very pale,
Miss Salisbury, accompanied by her
aged mother and sister, entered
court shortly after 9 o'clock. The
court room was well filled,' but not
crowded as on, previous day. •, .,
Ernest Micheal, associate of-Tom
Davis, chief defense counsel, joined
the staff of defense attorneys to­
day.'
After a lengty argument over
Erickson's statement, thfe state
turned over to the defense a copy
of the transcript cf the notes and
reading of the statement was re­
sumed by Miss Welsh.
The statement was taken from
Erickson at a local hospital about
two hours after the tregedy. It was
during the reading of/the first por­
tion of, the statement that the 'de­
fendant, collapsed Thursday aftcr
rtoon, ^making necessary postponed
of the case until today.
DEFENSE DISCLOSEDN
Montevideo, Minn., Dec. £.—Acci­
dental homicilde is the defense of
Elsie' Salisbury in her trial on a
first degree murder charge in con­
nection with the fatal shooting' of
Oscar Erickson here last April.
This was disclosed in the opening
statement of Tom Davis, counsel for
the defense, just before noon today,
shortly after the state had rested
.its case.
In response to a request by the
defense for an additional hour's re­
cess at noon court was adjourned
until 3 p. m., when it is expected the
defense will call its first witness.
toMAPbni
JF YOU take a string and
tie it tightly around a
plant, that part at the end
farthest from the root will
wither arid &e. The rea­
son for this is, the supply
of life-giving sap is cut off
and decay results.
So is the human system
affected if the spinal col­
umn is impeded, as vitality
and energy is transmitted
through countless little
nerves to every* organ and
part of the body from the
brain and spine.
If you are ailing in any
way, permit me to make an
examination.
1
R. S. ENGE, D. C. Ph. C.
Chiropractor.
Lucas Block. Phone 260
X-Ray Laboratory.
Lady' Attendant.
Bismarck, N. D.
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE SATURDAY DECEMBER 9,1922
HICKORY FIVE
IS VICTORIOUS
The Hickory Five of St Mary's
school defeated the Athletic club
basketball .team by a score of 18
to 17 in St. Mary's gymnasium last
night. The line-up:
St. Mary'a Athletic Club
Carl Maaaen....C....Harry Kuntr
James Olson.. .F... .Henry Sauera
Chas. McCarthy. Korman
Richard Honer- .0... .Archie Olson
Clement Kelley.G Churchill
Substitutes—St. Mary's Stanton,
Wyciskata. for Athletic club.
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Try it
Ptm yoor«4)f from yorir
coufh and your cokL Di»
agrpMibl* phlegm claarcd
away scratchy, tender
mfmbraoet toothed cough
checked cold broken up.
Now,today—ask your drug*
gist for
DniONG!S
££vro
-a syrup for coughs &colds
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LAHR MOTOR SALES COMPANY
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA
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If you don't know about our high class Repair
work, you owe it to yourself to investigate.
PHONE 490
SISMASCK.M.OAN.
OlAMONDS^JCWIMV
Our Windows
Offer Suggestions
(T of the best advertisements we can offer may be
secured from our present window displays which
present a world of suggestions for gift giving. But it
is not possible to show all the pretty, practical and
individual things in our Store by that method. We
suggest that you pay us a visit. You are under no
obligations to buy.
F. A. KNOWLES
Jeweler, Bismarck.
Many New Designs in Wrist Watches.
DODGE BROTHERS
motorcar
This caf his been an important factor in
establishing the present day tendency to
drive all winter.
:vr'' .£he close fitting curtains provide ample.
protection against wind and cold. The
^safety-tread cord tires minimize skidding
iuklr^acetiretroubletoitssimplestterms.
And every owner appreciates the remark­
able dependability of the 6tarter. lt
responds quickly and quietly in the cold­
est weather.
The Price Je $1080 deUrered In Bismarck.
M.H.
CO.
ilman
BISMARCK PHONC BOB

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