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   Twin Falls Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 11, 1920, Twin Falls, Idaho                                FALLS CHRONI MARCH PRICE FIVE CE Gives Senate Investigators Indisputable Evidence of SAYS DANIELS WOULD USTEN TO HIM Asserts Developments Later Proved that Most of His Suggestions Were By the Associated March Admiral Sims gave the senate naval Investigating committee today what he asserted was indisputable evidence j that the navy department fell down j completely during the first six months of the j Num rous messages sent by the adj miral t the navy department during the eary days of Americas participa the conflict and other docu rere offered as proof that des offlcers urgent and reiterated Belfast Poor Raid Coal Yards Treasury Department Says Sufficient JKifiuls Have Broil Iy tlio Associated March 1 nouncement by Secretary Houston further loans would be made to the allies was beliexcd tonight to indicate the adoption by the treasury of the policy favorod by tlie debtor nations of deferring interest pay ments for the three years or ncler authority granted by congress to extpnd credits to allied the treasury has made loans amounting to Secretary Houston said that tne remainderof the credits authorized would not be granted and it was thought sufficient advances had been Discussing the treasury officials that in view of the ex change situation and the unsettled of the Eiropean DELAY VOTE ON ARTICLE LEADERS LOSE BE FIRST IN ACTION ly lie Associated NKW March nil servicewill be the first arm of de fense to come into active operation in future Major General Charles director of the army air told members of the So ciety of Automotive Engineers at their dinner given in con nection with the National Aeronaut ical The relative size of our air force and that of our General Me noher and rhc total number of Tangle by Efforts f or llth Hour MORE DEMOCRATS READY TO DESERT PRESIDENT it no ner ana me toiai m nations during the reconstruction pe in i 11 machines lhat it will be possible to It Qooni rl tn it would seem advisable to per mit them to postpone interest pay ments for at least three it is they would be in a po sition meet their With the interest on loans corn put into operation immedately after the war begins determine the character of the preliminary phase i of the It is entirely possible that one hel Debate on Disputed Issue Proceeds With Chamber Practically Deserted During tion in ments pite the requests that every available vessel be sent to the critical area of submarine the department neither 1oWed his recommendations nor in formed him of its plans and Six months after United States had j entered the the admiral the department adopted many of the poli cies he had urged from the j The luck of wholehearted j American cooperation with the j allies from Uic admiral j resulted in prolongation of j when it could nave been ended in July needless sacrifice of j lives expenditure of fifteen bil j IJon dollars which might have Tbeen and gain of tons If tlie navy dc Tpartment had acted he the TJnited States would had a million instead of in France by the time the Germans began the great drive on the western front in March Unable to buy coal because of the h igh the of Belfast recent ly swept down on the coal yards and carried away many tons offuel before guards could restore Above picture shows the rush during the imtcd at five per the 1 he States yearly an sum the warwearied If interest is into Jong term the Interest on the payments thus deferred will amount to only which can be paid and the credit of the debtor nations Treasury officials are working on recommendations to submit to con total due Ugerent may have enough aircraft of about sufficient size and range of action to drop enough explosives and deadly Declares Furnishing of Funds Would Mean Panic for the J 111J J 111 w 11 n rt i i i i i t countries to pay at on the centers of production military strength to end the War almost before it has Certainly it would be possible to hamper and delay the embarkation and transportation of any expedition ary force long enough to enable the other belligerent to make able In this connection it should be remembered that the sea now have much less time than formerly to pre i Kres as to the coarse to be roowea j deferred payments are It has been suggested that the interest which formerly a ban on the interest be charged off but the highway jmd that we will proposal has met with strong qppo sition in to Iy tlieAssociated March peace treaty compromise negotiations entered a period of fevered uncertain ty today as the time approached for final senate action on article lor an agreement senators on both sides of the chamber confounded the plans of their party leaders and threw senate into such a tangle that it tacitly was agreed to fle lay a vote for several days in the hope tliat all elements might be more certain of their Thp hopes of the compromise advo SH L11I1C resist an The ad cates collapsed and were chief debtors are Great Bloch Saves Day For ual Scenes Are En By the Associated I Bythe Associated March bond March issue to pay West Virginia ratified the suffrage Df rifVQ to former service Republican constitltional amendment late j ALBANIA Leaned Mondell of told the The of Senator Jesse who Britain with shortened this and Italy Wslgiums teot is and Hujsia is charged with jpzechorSlovakia and Liberia are the fother countries listed oh the books pare 10 ress vent of aircraft has very materially hourly as the days negotiations pro Cl 1 wvVktltfk DALRYMPLE ISSUES A DEFl TO OPPONENTS and means committee to here from Drokej day would endanger a and the senate The house prev send prices He opposed had the an v relief leeislation at this The final vote on the Anthony any relief legislation at this gjnhjInjn IHUUlrlbU of relief was I dont believe we can the Associated March ever in favor of Albania of the prohibiting officials from makingar agreement of December be rests and seizing lifiuor without war the United Krance and either house of the Fot jreat Britain on the Adriatic We know what rights we have and ceecled in private while debate the floor dragged out apparent interest or effectTo night the conferences witfe some senators hopeful and some hope less the but with no confident of what might Borahites Start It was the treatys irreconcilable republican opponents whoStarted trouble by rernonstnaing in a millant way against the decision of some of their paity leaders to assent to a mod ified draft of the republican reserva ion to article So effective wero amendment was taken at oclock the ground that heavy additional n the af the most taxes would be necessary whatever dramatic sessions ever witnessed issue several nours suffrage leaders and If they lions many times were made the allied specie popular issue XjrlLCtlll Ull fcJUS k i I 1 is asked of President Wilson in a we intend to enforce the We I helped draft the pro t hibition enforcement If the dis party was hotly contested Albanian trict attorney refuses to prosecute our w forces determined to sentative in Mnrch tJ i leuuera tlon lg asked Ot fresmeni WUBUU m Recommendations Mn H they opponents fought ln an ettort to cab the Albanian his recommenda were intended for they n a made public today were made would threaten the specie basis o ijy party hotly we will find some one w 10 reauested Several days the instance after naval the haveall tne m 01 an offset vlctory Tne Albanian premier inflating curj keeplng the legislature in session and the privilege of constructing a District Attorney four persons Informed as to its plans and the suffragists confident of gaining a northern Albania arrested without warrants by Major e of great em1 financial relief utj nf TSy the Associated federal prohibition officer for the central today issued a statement in which he defied public officials he by their ac hindered the enforcement ot jQn arucle lell 00 prohibition and stated that no representations that the leaders ever were received from Washington decidednot to offer the new resolu tion at v This determination sent some of mild reservation republicans on the warpath and produced confusion also on the democratic Where sena tors had labored for several days to line up votes for the republican sub Caught in a crossfire from iterly impossible unless the f his information re willing to heavy additional ft American naval he ttuces A consumption tax always un said was obttSed accidentally at the the only tax which could ordep adiniralTy or through visiting be collected from month to i the admiralty or t e j producing revenue continuously Favored Convoy Representative j majoHty to foy atqr who had reservation republicans and reserva tion democrats the leaders withheld their final decision but indicated that ui gttiuiiis nonueru they probably would present the sub vote of Sen ranted JugoSlavia the agreement Dalrymples men were released an jf assured of enough democra rushed witiulrawn and construction of the the because the ar I n itlinllt 1 the oontinent the left solely to JugoSlav rests were declared made without due Crowded galleries were kept in he would be allowed free process of difficulty as each in At apparently swung favor of one side or the Favored Convoy j Representative republican occupantB of the galleries took When he advised that the convoy of Kentucky adoption of a interest in Senator Who mooosed hy the British admir granting a years pay to all those mlwas regarded as a considerable Ben into immediate service except those who served aMon by West n two He estimated interest In the sen from Secretary Daniels stating such a plan would require an outlay thrown lnto th0 background e pu Vimiral Sims said he received a than two months s stating such a plan wou in regard to convoy I consider of from Secretary Daniels statng such a pan wo thrown lnto h0 bacgroun Tiiat in regard to convoy I consider of due to Jsaues featuring the tivit American naval vessels having The cash payment plan of the lncluded the actlon of the r tivit American nava armed guards are safer when sailing 1 American Legion for for in declaringvacant the seat tiu endorsed oy he traffic over the against the provisions of same agreement assigning Val ona Haly and Argyrocastro to also are UtSTKR COUNCIL VOTES TURKEY HARD PROBLEM FOR PEACE CONFERENCE March The peace ic defections to adopt Disagreement Now Meantime disagreement among democrats more partly as a result of a meeting ii the f off iceof Senator at which number cvitic senators are have expressed disapproval of course of their partv leaders and a1 COTINCllj VUAJiis course or VOR OWN PARLIAMENT conference spent the day in trying to KlYe promised e support to work out the details of military and movement to break away from March Ulster naval ifi connection with Turkey dent wilson and accept the best unionist council today decided Jn giving particular Ar adoption month of service was endorsed 4le convoy system he said Major of the vote which would wisdom of his formerly at flefeated and the nnkintr un the situation created by Members of the committee and of the xaKiug former soldiers attention to Ar Winston Tnlrlntr UD tne j thrsubmarine the admiral ed hte statement that former the tow the de what they want the efforts then being made sentative democrat Vboats was not succeed commented that former if 3ity again was prethey Continue to be well organized as all j at will get all their de to a question by promise they could the six Ulster counties being Admiral Winston SOme republican by the Ulster Spencer secretary for Q it was declared the new home rule bill others were caller to give their nigM that 32 democratlcvotes council declined to accept Premier Venzelos of Greece bfe mustered for article 1en substitijaj in regard to the was also present and again insisted and here waa no indicaions that o necessity of sending an submarine craft which can be home waters active Buro waters and when such craft be o financial aid from Critchfield replied can Continued On Page up an aopn ln regard to the was aso presen and ere waa no ncaon8 of the lower with W reap erstood wm make that the allies should take the sternest less the republican leaders did present asures aainst the t one of the reublican mild reserva no attempt to defeat POTATO MENU SPLENDID FEAST measures against the jtt One of the republican mild The general plan of action was not tionists might do It also was but as a result of gegted that if the republicans a1 tlie conference it became known today don it entirely it might be that the military domination at Con a rc8ervation6 stantinople is likely to take the form whiie virtually the entire of allied control of certain Bhip occupied with these Any body of UUUUJ which thinks it can get some of the rest ofthe American every way ible will send ana Out of the rest oftne willingness to le wlll try to get all they P Soldiers relief also came up the where opponents of such leg islation outnumbered those m every and that It would sider the question supplying addi tional naval forces other than an i craft the advis ability of so doing the vmced Wm that the en misunderstoodthe situation him appeal to Page for In f ambassador on Jnne made most am ine it assertions that the present XXWS AN AGED MAN AT By the Associated March 60 years of Sioux was killed today when he was strucl by an airplane which was taxi Ing down a beach preparatory to Potatoes baked or mash potatoes large or potato or potatoes way you want them are to feature the potato breakfast to be heldh in the hig school auditorium But iri all kindsVf potatoes there Jots jellies and jam3 and goodies brought from the homes of the women of the Twentieth Century In the chairman of the menu committee says that he doesnt thing that the be even able to utter the proverbial groans under the weight of homemade Table decorations will be in keeping with the nature of feast The entertainment has promised a surprise program and all that is known about it id that it ia to be one round of The pqtato break fast of other years has been featured by of note from about the stafe who have spoken on more or less serious buttonights program wills tje by home talent and will be anything but The number of tickets sold yester day gives assurance that all ot tne 200 seats available will be sold before breakfast time this Remain ing tickets areon sale at the Majestic pharmacy and at the chamber of com merce The American Legion lias charge of the entertainment and In additionto the surprise stunts which have been will be a male quar tet Sweeley is to the prin cipal speaker of the Dinner will beserved promptly at 7 oclock Turkish tions the article ten reservation among them probably the war depart was taken up de an almost deserted senate The conferencewas careful to make the irreconoilables were clear that mis does not mean the ta ohancea that the unsettled sltou king over of the Turkish government resuit in a the start and would not in the fu got floor kept Sefa ture if Turkey shows an Inclination to abide by the terms of the armisitce Poindexten republican and cease AMJEGED STIFF SENTENCE March Charles 19yearpJd tonk a IbUsy convicted of the theffc of a registered mall package containing fofo last November was jof tenced here in district court today to ne the maximum penalty of 7 to 14 years in the state The boy protested his when asked if he had any statement to occupying the entire day with ai on the treaty and on the ances of President I Countering the otl 1 cratlc reservatlomsts Ser cock of htet cott in though he conceded1   

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