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Bar Association Plans Law to Aid Investors [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
Bar Association Plans Law to Aid Investors Memphis , Tenn . —Protection for unwise investors is being sought by the American Bar association , whose national conference of commissioners on uniform laws has just drafted a standard act for the creation of state commissioners on securities . The act will be presented to the bar association for adoption . The act proposes registration of all securities to be sold within the borders of the state by all new corporations , and furnishing of bond by the company salesman or agent . It gives the commission the right to revoke the licenses issued in the event of fraud , misrepresentation , insolvency or other similar contingencies .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW J . P . HAYDEN , Editor Published in the Interest of the Farmer Third Avenue and Chicago Street , Joliet , IUinoia ~~ Telephone 4971 AB unaotictted articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures aent to The Fanners * . Weekly Review are sent at the owner s risk and the publishers expressly repudiate any liability or responsibility for their safe custody or return . Advertising will be run until ordered oat . . ; • - ¦ -. ¦ ¦ - . • - ¦¦ • ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ .- . . . ¦ :. ¦ ¦¦ Bnterrd as second class mail matter at the post office at Joliet , DJ ., under Act of Congress , March 8 , 1879 . ¦ • .
ILUNOISJ State News '¦ . ¦'"' ' ' • ' ¦ . '_ , "_ _ . . . . . - i [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
ILUNOISJ State News ¦ . ¦ \ • ¦ . _ , _ _ . . . . . - i HIIIIIIIMMMIIIIMII I * ^ -iMafcBShust , * fifty ,- Pawnee , : was ac- k iclderitally killed in Peabody mine No . 8 at Toyey when he was caught under jB fall of rock . V .- Patrons of the John E . Colgrove State bank of Taylorville found its . doors closed and this sign on the door : Closed for examination and readjustment . All drum and bugle corps of the Fourteenth district , American Legion , • will participate in an Armistice day parade to be held in Rock Island the evening of November 11 . • Judge D . H . Thompson was reappointed master in chancery for Jefferson county by Judge C . H . Miller of Denton . Judge Thompson is a Republican ; and has served two terms in the • office . Herbert C . Bigham of Peoria was named a supervisor of the 1030 census . His headquarters will be at Peoria and his district will include Bureau , Marshall , Peoria , Putnam and Stark counties . M . L . Harry , prominent Decatur man and general mana...
BIG FIVE ANNOUNCE PARLEY ACCEPTANCE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
BIG FIVE ANNOUNCE PARLEY ACCEPTANCE Will Plan Pact for Reduction of Navies . Washington . —Only , one barrier . to success of the forthcoming naval arrangements conference to be held in London the latter part of January , will be the question of abolition of the submarine . Acceptances have come from the five nations that will plan the pact- The United States was first . Naturally the British acceptance was taken into consideration because of Prime Minister Mac-Donald s activity in the proposition . Japan was the last to file its acceptance ; France and Italy had expressed their , desire to participate . TheFrench and Italian governments indicated their attitude on armaments is much the same as it was in . 1023 , and that these differences will have to be worked outat the conference table . The Italian acceptance makes two significant points . * The first is that the Italian views are , too Weir known to the British government to require further declaration , and adds that these vie...
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS Representative Thomas Williams : of Illinois was , appointed by President Hoover to be a member of the United States court of claims . Senator Waterman ,, Kepublican , Colorado , introduced an amendment . to . abolish commercial reciprocity between the United Stales aud . Cuba . : : An investigation of extra fare i-harges on crack * passenger trains has been ordered by the ^ interstate commerce commission on its own motion . It will extend to all railroads . Elimination of waste and of unnecessary variety of products Is accomplishing an annual saving of § 300 , 000 ,- 000 in American industry , according to the division of simplified practice of the commerce department . Five convicts under sentence of death in Folsom prison , California , for minder of another convict in ah attempt to escape in May , 192 S , have lost in an appeal to the Supreme court for review of their case . Coolidge : Heads Society Worcester , Mass . —Former President Coolidge was elected pres...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
The plunger plunges into failure more often than success . Needn t worry about the devil his due ; hell take it . There are some church people so constituted , that if there is no good row brewing outside of the fold they will stir one up within the congregation . It has been proven many times in Joliet that it is good business to buy where you sell and where you earn your salary . This fact comes home to us all in time of trouble and sorrow . One of the steps towards wisdom is to understand that the fellow you think is a nut who advances a novel idea might be right . It is hard to admit this to yourself , but after you do , you won t find ft so hard to get along with your neighbors . The Paw Paw Times uses this : good logic and common sense language , speaking of their church activities : — A . writer in the Paw Paw Times suggests the federation of the three churches in that city into one strong organization that can make a community center ias well as a place for religious worship...
All Behave in County of 280 , 000 Population [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
All Behave in County of 280 , 000 Population Fresno , Calif . —Deputy Sheriff William Hulsey , Fresno county s jailer , said here that he wouldnt be surprised should the millenlum prove to be just around the corner . Deputy Hulsey s remark followed forty-eight hours without booking a new prisoner at the county jail . All Fresno city prisoners are also accommodated In the county bastiie . Fresno has a population estimated to be about 80 , 000 and the county bos approximately 200 , 000 persons .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
^^ ~ PRACTICAL AND ENTERTAINING BOOKS = No Book Priced Over $ 1 . 00 . S We are offerig the following books it . prices that are within the means af all . Books that would cost from ? 2 to § 5 each elsewhere . These books , written by competent authors offer many hours . of interesting reading for the long winter nights . Ideal for Christmas gifts . Check the books you desire and mail this advertisement with proper remittance and books will bo mailed postpaid . ? ATLAS World ( Modern ) $ 1 . 00 ? HISTORY OF AMERICAN AVIATION and Biographies of Leading American Aviators — 1 . 00 ? ADVERTISING ( Learning at Home ) 50 ? AVIATION For the Beginner 60 D AVIATION STORIES ( Fiction ) 75 ? ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING 75 ? AUTOMOBILE Care of the — . 50 ? BLUE PRINTS How to Read 1 . 00 ? BRIDGE How to Play ( written by experts ) ~ 60 ? CARPENTRY ( Handbook for Home Carpenters ) 75 Q CARE AND RAISING OF BABIES 50 ? CHEMISTRY ( For Beginners ) 1 . 00 ? COOK- BOOK New 60 ? CHILDRENS PARTIES , Novel Way...
250 Undesirable Aliens Sent to Native Lands [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
250 Undesirable Aliens Sent to Native Lands Chicago . —Two hundred fifty aliens , who abused the . privileges of freedom which America offered them , left Chicago in ¦ four coaches under a heavy armed guard , on their way to Ellis island and thence to their native lands . Among the 2 i ) 0 deportees were 45 from Chicago ; including Giuseppi Accardi , Genna gangster known as II Spin ( the spy ) . . The Chicago deportees filled two coaches , while the other two coaches came in from the West , bringing undesirable aliens from St . Louis , Kansas City and other cities as far west as Seattle whore the deportation special started . They were joined here by fifteen men from Iowa and Wisconsin .
Curtis $ 3 , 000 , 000 Airport Dedicated Near Chicago [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
Curtis $ 3 , 000 , 000 Airport Dedicated Near Chicago Chicago . —Chicago s newest and largest air terminal , a $ 3 , 000 , 000 plant dedicated to the business of flying , was opened at Glenvtewv and a crowd of . 3 u | 000 jammed into the grandstand and . oyej- ^ gived * Into the roadways and nearby fields , to gaze into the sky nt the opening festivities . A hundred ships of all kinds and colors were paraded before them—the heavier transports lumbering had ; and forth and the lighter , swifter craft darting and dipping across a hazy sky . .. ¦ • • . • .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
fKlfiH HiraiaLWpamsoiuCttitt , wfeM nu ^ f ^ CUdou ^ -flBI v -: s Gov .. Louis , L .. EmmersonMs one pi 14 men who were honored by the llli- . . : . - ¦ ¦ nois college ,, Jacksonville ,, with - an $ I honorary degree . He received the de- ¦; ; gree of doctor / of laws . At the concluding exercises 6 f the Illinois colleger \ centennial • program , presidents of 34 American universities including - John Rowland Angell , president of j Yale university , Gov . Louis L . Em- | merson , former governor Richard • Yates and hundreds of outstanding [ professors and delegates representing : • ; nearly every . institution of higher i learning in ; the ^ United States were . ( present . Among the greetings re- . •;¦ ceived-at the college was a telegram : from President Hoover . ^ Director Clarence F . Buck of the v ; Illinois department of agriculture was officially designated by Gov . Louis L . , Emmerson as his personal representative at the National Dairy show in J St . Louis on , Illinois ...
Lincoln , Neb ., Gram Co-Op $ 40 , 000 Loan Is Approved [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
Lincoln , Neb ., Gram Co-Op $ 40 , 000 Loan Is Approved Washington . — Application of the Midwest Grain Marketing Association of Lincoln , Neb ., known as the Ne-braska-Wyoming wheat pool , for a commodity loan not exceeding $ 40 , 000 was approved by the federal farm board . This , the association officials explain , is in addition to an intermediate credit loan and should provide for an additional advance of ten cents a bushel to the growers . Tobacco Crop Not Favorable . Boston . —Prospects for cigar type tobacco are less favorable than last year , according . to the New England crop reporting service of the United States Department of Agriculture . . U . S . Employment Increases Washington . —Reports of the department of labor for September showed an Increase In employment of 0 . 8 per cent over August and 4 . 5 per cent above September last year . French Troopi Leave Coblenx Coblenz , Germany . —Three French regiments evacuated Coblenz , leaving only a few soldiers for clearing...
Pitcher Is Modest About His Heroism [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 23 October 1929
Pitcher Is Modest About His Heroism Memphis , Tenn . —It takes more nerve , in the-opinion of Robert Russ , fourteen , Vto stand up there and put em over the , plate when the bases are loaded and nobody out than to dive forty-three feet into a river and save a drowning companion . Young Russ , who is credited with diving from a bridge over the Tennessee , river at Guntersvllle , Ala ,, recently to save Harry Smith , fifteen , is pitcher-for a local playground team . He had i just finished pitching a game in which he struck out seven batters but lost , C to 5 , when he re ; luctantly consented to being Interviewed . - ¦ .- . ¦ .. ¦ ¦ ¦ -.- . . -., Aw , gee ! I just jumped in and pulled him out , Robert ; said . He did not tell how he had jumped while several men looked on , that he himself was severely Injured by striking a log In the dive , or that it took him twenty minutes to pull young Smith to the banks .