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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1921, Fort Wayne, Indiana THE WEATHER Indiana in north Monday Tuesday lair FORT WAYNE 12 PEOPLE'S WAYNE AND NORTHERN HOME AM WANT AD FOUNDED iBS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS MONDAY MORNING OCTOBER 3 1921 NEWS OF THE WORLD PRICE THREE CENTS SOLDIER DEAD OF FRANCE IS PAID HIGHEST TRIBUTE Gen Pershing in Presence of Great Throng Places Medal of Honor Upon the Tomb of the Unknown Dead Poilu Ceremony Was Most Impressive Since War Declaration U S PARADE By Associated October United States paid its highest tribute to the dead soldiers of France when General John J Pershing in the presence of an immense throng in- President Millerand and other officials of the republic laid the congressional medal of honor upon the i tomh of the unknown dead poilu under the arch of The ceremony was the most impressive expression of Franco-American unity since the United States declared on Germany in April 1917 A military review second in size only to the historic lory parade followed the ceremony A picked battalion of i American troops representative of all units comprising the American forces on Rhine led the parade which was reviewed by President Millerand General Pershing Ambassador Herrick and all the marshals of France The I presence of a large body of Legislative Situation Again j American troops in Paris for Demanding Hand of first time since 1910 Chief Executive j caused an outburst of en- from the thousands Cabinet Awaits Return of Premier LONDON Oct net which is to be held ES soon as Premier Lloyd George r turns to London is to reiert to the According to D ad- vic s the Sinn Fein will be accompanied by Fitzgerald of ganda and several of his Incident to conference of the Sinn r as by the Sorth of Ireland panels cate that a will be made for the release of Irish prisoners in fail snd internment feeling is to be growing among southern irts and constitutional that arc entitled to County Attorney at Waco Tex Refuses to Take Action Against Sheriff TEN MEN THE WOUNDED G 0 P LEADERS HELPLESS Grand Jury to Probe Trouble Attempts to Stop Parade WORRIED Democrats Forces for on Adoption of New Tax By ROBERT Tim liy Tim 1 In thr polni where will have lake In It- of month did lo tin which of ind is just n H much talk ami u.s al any lit past The themselves virtually Uieir in the of arc to They Will lint whai may ur may not he dune Thus Tar hi have to sit by with the warfare unions the Republican is one exception lo was thorn In the side of his fellow Democrats during 1 he to the treaty h-H proving now of n the us was once a Joy The senate leaders lire of the that i ii in refuse to led They are their own way and will not mil to any hard and fast agreements with respect to u legislative program The situation Jias the point whore It Is doubtful even If President can pressure to liear to speed up the legislative machinery has been I a snail's sinro the activity trans- ferred from the unhallowed hall of the house of representatives to the sue red of the senate like Senator of Idaho and UL Follette of will not to the party lash even when wielded by u chief magistrate and it is wholly impossible for any one tn assert control over Reed This of men and parliamentarians ran play bob wilh miy at Any time they feel so disposed Just at present moment they are posed to the new of peace with because it much of the treaty oC Versailles Hence there is dauber at any time agreements for a vote a certain day muy he They also tn many features of tlie new lax us it has come the finance committee headed by tor op- on Page 6 Column 2 of Parisians who lined the Avenue Champs and place where I Jireh located j I It furr p hieing i on l the unknown I before u at j Int fur ml nut PH Then in H voice with emotion he of the of a olten of our In thn of for you died and mark of reNpert nd ml rat Ion to yon nnd to your countrymen 1 place this con- of himor upon your tomh Tho headquarters hand j from then Star Spanned General speech mado a prof Impression upon the and bronchi tears to many eyes I the unknown us soldier of dear friend and my the I salute you In your life and in your you have ihr m of decision t-i the ideals of mankind Your valor on many fields will ever remain an inspiration to living mothers who weep over your us they recall the of their own brave non I Your allied remember with dorp how you them as yon fell They praise your Kalian I deeds while they renew their of allegiance to the principles for which you fought dear friend your battle over you sleep amid the noisy traffic of a city j Continued on Page G Column 5 illy The i Tex fourth district a I Lorena M mites Unif Klux in Huchanan of count Louis Crow local laundry pro were dangerously wounded 411 d men severely injured Thin mad today by District H J M or UK an informal Terence with Attorney I- 11 win i is Inquiry 1 cuse I H-t Rrand Jury here will clash Saturday south of of the KU and a sheriff's Sheriff Hob nn Long Island's Blue Ribbon Baby Property Damage by Quakes SALT LAKE CITY Utah Oct more than 50 hours of recurrent earthquake shocks and almost continuous trembling the seismic disturbances at Richfield and Munroe 120 miles south of Salt Lake City have subsided Property damage at Elsinore and Monroe is mated at more than The exodus of residents from the three towns south of here near the center of disturbance con- throughout the day These who have not left nore have all brick md stone structures the towns because of fear of injury in case of additional shaking Schools were to resume in nore Monday I United States Stands in List of Fourteen Leading Nations APPEAL FROM ONION SENT BY COMMITTEE TO HARDING Letter from Fred Mooney Tells of Actions That Make Men Fearful Claim the Sheriff Suggests Attempts to Break Jail Lewis Does Not Disclose His Private Advices CONVENTION IS SPEEDED UP iBy Associated INDIANAPOLIS October an from thu union miners of country n at the convention of the United Mine Workers of America left here tonight for Washington to ask President Harding to frive protection to 183 miners who are state prisoners in West Virginia jails The committee was said to have no specific plan to suggest to the President but it was pointed out that federal troops are in Mingo and Logan counties which were the seat of the recent mine war involving state troopers and officers mine guards strikers and their GERMANY Is THE LOWEST sympathizers Besides being authorized to give information directly to i China Leads and France Is Harding the committee had a written message Close Second with Strength John L Is Mrs Anna MeNamara proud of hor two- year-old daughter Wouldn't you proud If your child hud been awarded the blue ribbon rut prettiest baby iti a contest where hu nil rods wero en- The WHN feature ff the T fair HEAR DR with Klux WACO Trx At- torney H here today thf demand of 1 of 100 dial Jn file complaints Shet Iff Hoh and Deputy Sheriff In connection lasi at Lorena b parading of the Ku Klan and a posse In which ten men were wounded three haps fatally The county attorney declared that grand jury would be called to investigate Incident und pending ils he would take no In the ter beyond an by his department for for lo Jury The took place Sheriff Huchanan ami und attempted disperse the march late who were and robed after KI hud refused to their identity He agreed permit them to parade he Continued on Page 6 Column 5 j Noted Physical Efficiency Five Thousand Marines in Expert Talks on- Science President 1 and Art of Living in Virginia FOR FOUR DAYS APPEARS AT MESS of Lewis of the union who said it explained the West ginia situation with a view to that the lives of the The C Oct 2 Active armies ot the fourteen important ol the world arc in jeopardy und here anil regarded reasonably correct With Inclusion of hind In the agenda of ming armaments I hese with which it In on limitation the figures to China stands first the In this summary of soldiers actually under about September 1 last credit fd with nations not by civil In uf with thn Colors army Is British with and last with The United States stands thirteenth with Special Lectures Are Given j Secretaries Denhy and Under Auspices of Y M lace Accompany Chief Ex- C A Secretaries Two Persons Dead in Hotel Fire at Washington D C WASHINGTON Two persons known to have lost their lives in a fire today partially de- stroying National hotel on u venue a few blocks from the The dead are 40 Va an em- ploye of the shipping hoard and Miss Catherine I ft a telephone op- ut the hotel than 300 quests were in tje building when the fire broke out A number jumped to safely half a persons minor Injuries The lintel was one of in tho city Henry and Abraham dined there the oldest died frequently To Study Factors Causing Depression Study responsible depression tion in Hy The Associated IX Oct Stud of the economic factors for recurring business with consequent number of workers to he undertaken this week by he sub committees of the national ence on in an effort to arrive at a permanent policy for pre Mon nf involuntary idleness The full nee lo October 10 to receive reports of its tees and to the program for manent economic und employment stabilization As a starling point for their investigations the committees have before them a ht of suggestions prepared by the ec- advisory com mil tec of the composed of expert mists form different sections of Ihn country preventive measures against unemployment gested by the advisory committee In- clude In broad terms compilation of essential Informal iuh long range planning of public work mitigation of seasonal irregularities uf ment permanent betterment of unemployment and ment and depression insurance Under these heads the cover practically the entire eco- nomic problem of the nut ion con- the various factors Of prices foreign trade freight rates production and and the position of the federal government I during recurrent depressions I ume of employment to the experts follows sonal fluctuations of and a policy is sought for em- ployment both at the bottom of the and the top of the Route Most Promising Ft Wayne Route Too Expensive Slaif Correspondent Oct In the as the least expensive and thv of the routes for the proposed Ohio canal Krio and the Ohio river tho war hoard of and harbors its douht of the advisability of the States undertaking the construction of any canal between the and the river at the present time Tho board withheld ment of the project of Its Kreat rost art made to reduce national tures and because an assured com- of magnitude A statement issued by the board states the route is the shortest will be the of construction und tire one offering greatest prospective commerce It preferred hy tho board which recommends further Investigation of its tures The says Hta lenient that if the improvement Is any of the routes the states or other Interests shu Id to extent of paying 70 per cent the first leaving the States to pay tu per cent of the first cost and fur and ope lion the and harbor act of March tion of the and cunal project made by the board Four 1 to t Cincinnati Toledo including n with 1 Michigan Wayne particularly In- in route 4 JIM proposal Continued on Page 6 Column 1 TODAY'S PROGRAM MONDAY p Third charge uf V VV C A Subject Mother's tion to 1 i r s I Men's Club of the Mistakes of Two Foolish Men 1 i r s School The Boy and Girl Problem and How to Meet It to Mimic Battle In- union III til ol Iho of hiH in in Hi if antl M nf other In- O Spain 2 erland Turkey In problems connected wilh attempted reduction of armed forces It is to be however Unit the ees will of necessity take into con- sideration many other factors than tho forces actually under arms 111 computing the army strength of any nation for of systems the extent to which reserves have hern that protection cannot be ex- from state Mr Lewis declined to make his message public but other things it was to have alleged 1 Miners Building Trades and Rail Workers Advised to Cut War Time Prices T DEFLATE that of Mine Workers Get the had Minco Bounty I Jail thu of mi lo j Jail Many of an- with me Wasca They Received in Wage Period By HARDEN COLFAX of V i anil of tho union to on hut all arr to a result tin out ot the miners union organi the con- to on of J K of W Va K f of 111 and 10 J of ilon Iowa In tli till to any Lnl In- did not iltaclosp th that tin for alarm A from Mr Is it i for mui i jail WHS natd in have many of actions which thu llif who In Continued on Page 6 Column 5 al I OTA Mil r N Ami xp an y i AN ranks ol went hy j many to staff ahout him lo A half hour at in a natural i grounds Mi- neuver voiced Harding had even for tin At the invitation of the force he mounted a military served ay the pulpit and lias asked me tt for a moment mainly lhat we shall he is our lot to Continued on Page 6 Column 8 In by Charles 1C physical eU'iicy who is series of talks In under the auspices of tint V M C A Mich of the was by and who was physical ad- visor lo President during his of office put On Page 6 Column 6 DEATH Judge Who Presided in Many Joe Davis Shot Twice by Nationally Famous Cases j Everett Smothers Early Dies at Sea Sunday Morning By The During a in the Oct of rear of a restaurant at reports received yesterday thai Peier street yesterday morning S foriner United Slales alleged colored had Will Be Carried on When People Desire It the people of this city manifest any real desire to have flood prevention work ried on I am in favor of doing it I am not in favor of it until there is an expression of that kind by the people themselves is the attitude of William 1 Democratic mayoralty date on the flood prevention lt was very forts or Mr th the flood prevention la ire was secured through the passage by f of that law it has and pro to cure the presided -i tn had died Ma while to w tonight hy members of family yesterday M Judge i e- h- trll oio proprietor of the restaurant lo is well known the 10 also enjoys a police record peti i tiillli-dl.lt a that he i the shooting and tu had on hoard j last he was still al liner t davs At the St Joseph hospital when mil from York Kull details j was i in the due or the death have nut As United ire u national figure lie the finding f the circuit appeals when it reversed the j fine nn Standard si HI company hy M Landis In a to del ermine whether the Coin n world's fair I -y the nil was learned that he had been shot the let also he arm lie will of the body of the people of Ulft city for work were circulated the people as ired hy law It absolutely at lhat time it is to jcet the people lo petitions and the through want of port Much local flood prevention work under the lead of Mr during Ills terms of office it is out The South pumping station was st that Hoods harm it example is the extension flood all ivas lo the procedure laid by the law St Joe tect Mn residents of The absurd of he taxpayer as i m of tli today was various Lees in tn the the must de- flate moro sharply than ye I has been donn Ju on of a of of 1 Uu-diiiK'H l hi order to prosperity The three labor groups mentioned the coal miners the trades tho must all freight retailer mint he tent with of up this is unofficial opinion of most of This opinion has not for the tho called to for relieving present and not to And deflation oC prof its i the rn at a standstill were at work on a with a View of tn three days with next debate some it linte in the various tu altitude of tho but at times when L of any committee important imminent cooler pre- Hie lay set us the for No set order of ness had been adopted tonight hut the committee on resolutions planned to some the of the petitions I K on on Page 6 Column 6 led and the diverted hack phase of situation and away from the The three mate men Kirst in the coal minors in union fields arc about of these it is although thr United Workers In tho fields there aro Tho latter are placet in tho samo church at as men fon t his were broken n workers in the i rases have accepted cuts it ion which resulted in the i business as a has f and more to theso and a j rids i- of the ion j miners in this the dead er today for the samo son tlie police as they obtained at the Services in Greek Orthodox TTn iTi Up 111 the Creek Cedar lip a fre in that the sexlon -.1 h his father's while hurch held period The con- tract which the scale hit him over j made nearly two years dooa the head wilh a ea ick Pr not unt il March 1 1 1 ten jam in assistant medical I of the I'nileil examiner however the himself a to tho lief that IIH may have died from a is on record as An autopsy heart a tomorro Continued on P Column Strike Ballots Today Two ML of j in wa on flood he lo on Sundays as district delivered a mi Continued on Page 6 Column 4 heir inves inio X failed lo find any wit it Mrs Smolders u jfe I f Smothers said had I el ired short ly after ind she by shot She said she dressed 11 the could Continued on Pane ti Column 7 and far from the facts in: the ion in the city for next year peopl city know that those Ly his at April 1 of wire d lie publie them by the law lie To to of Continued on Page 6 Column 1 pel cent U lull by hai on 11 the 1 ni leaders be run an ivi in preparation uf net of the I mon t nol be I the railway have ed i ninthly of strike but their have announced ihal would bo no die joined in strike The shop favored 1 strike hy a vote ol o while U was announced that III of the 1 Of f had ji -a i iie l iv ures j Tho twr e the result
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