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   Twin Falls Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 28, 1920, Twin Falls, Idaho                                ALLS CHKONICXB TWIN TUESDAY DECEMBER PRICE FIVE CENTS First of the City of Cork in Flames Negotiations in Washington Reach Point of Confer ences With Solons MAY ASK CALIFORNIA TO MAKE ACT GENERAL Ambassador Morris Proceed ing With Shidehara in Effort to Solve Per plexing Problem By the Associated 27De claration was made tonight by Kahn of Califor that lie believed reports were true that the Japanese govern ment had withdrawn its opposi itioii to tiie recently ratified fornia law prohibiting acquisition by Japanese of titleto real estate In that The California representative made the state ment ajfter a conference today with Roland American ambassador to Californians Will Announcement was also made by Representative kahn that a meeting liouse had been called for Wednesday to discussaspects offtte nBgoliatTonn being carried between the United States and Japanese govern ments lookingtoward a treaty the rights of Japanese nationals the United The principal matter to be tak en up at the Repre sentative Kahn was the proposal that the California legis laturebe asked to enact a substi tote for the recently ratified The would prohibit any aliens from acquiring land in California and would thereby re move the contention of dmese government that the California law Is discrimina This view shows Patrick the principal thoroughfare of in The burnine of rhpsjr wiped out the great retail business section with a loss variously estimated at from lo So oo The diary and charged the Black and Tan police with string Sir BritUh I Irend denied fjecember GIANT DANIELSDEMAND Kahn who estate department who is conferred at the with Ambassador representing the United States in the negotiations con iducted by the Japanese govern ment through its ambassador Baron Shidehara said his impression that no definite conclusions as 19 proposed treaty between the two had been Confers With The conference held by Morris with the California representative is understood to have been in ancewith a suggestion made by the ataje department that leaders in both Jhojises oi congress be consulted with regard t the proposedtreaty with a view to obtaining approval from con gress for various provisions of the it is These are understood IJo have included conferences with Senator Johnson the only mem ber of the fo egn relations tee from the Pacific coast and Representative Johnsbn of Washing chairmanof the house immigra tion ARE bdtween Roland United States ambassador to Tokio Shidehara of Japan to lay the basis of a new AmericanJapanese treaty are understood to be proceed ing here with a view of obtaining for the proposed fcact the approval of The department is tio have Advised that the attitude both branches of congress be To end that the approval of the legislative branch of government Ambassador Morris Wool Growers Secretary Takes Issue With Congressman Mjpdden on Taiiff By the Associated SALT LAKE secretary of the National Wool Growers today is ued a statement branding as very nisleading to Congressman Madden of lllnois to the effecit that the duty proposed on wool in the Fordney emergency tariff bill would double the price qf Uiuteu it uotis not enter iao league 01 should ini uuie u iiioveiaeiic looking to caiueieico lor icituctiuu of Ssecic taiy laiuels of the iiavj said if au agreement is not reaclicxl by all nations for a the secretary United States should have u navy second to The question of disarmament also was discussed in the senate eral boards building program only in the event trat the United Statets does not enter the league of nations or become a party to an international agreement to limit He advocated legislation similar to that in the 1916 naval appropriation bill which authorized President Wil Paiiama Territory to be Rendered if Plans of Comnut te are Fully Materialized John Etheridge Captured in East Charged With Larceny ARREST FOLLOWS CLOSE OF BUSINESS HOUSES Fugitive to Have Been on Way to Eng land Claim Deficit Will Run High iy tin former president of Morris bond whose houses at Seattle ana Tacoma did not open was arrested here Into local police at the request of Portland bridge was taken from a train It is he was on his way east to take a boat for Eng if being held until a Portlind officer arrives to take him back to that SHERIFF GETS fugitive of Morris bond whose houses here and in Seattle and Ta coma failed to open arrest ed late according to a telegram received by the sheriffs An officer will be sent at once to bring Etheridge to Sheriff HJurlbuit An 4 Etheridge is an with two prison terms New jeraey charged his according to a certified statement received and Adequate published here today from son to appoint a commission of nine protection the Panama canal from clerk of the New Jersey state to represent the United attacks Of enemies from the States at an international armament land or is to be provided for Following the issuance today for bill soon to be by the tne arrest of Etheridge on a charge If we do not want the leagueof bouse committee on appropriations of larceny by Bailee Walter Daniels we ought for fortifications and sea coost de district announced that a Marshall said leadingstatement by very mis Congressman Senator republican of have a conference purely on the Members of the committee preliminary survey of Ethridges declaring that a diafmament subject of reduction of now are virtually agreed upon fairs had shown his personal account agreement by the nations who conEvery nation that has joined the Plan to canal impragnablei wjth Brothers to stituted the five allied and associated league has promised this and sfll poweis in the world war would conthey need how is tp get us in stltute the one great step that could Unless there is some such agreement be taken toward the promotion of United States should have peace and the prevention of all funavy second to This is the ture Secretary in his statement sinking of the German fleet in tonight declared that hi naval esj ocean as an object lesson to all tinmtes recently submitted to conj world that it is unhealty to buhd kress only for minor vessels great for the purposes of and approval of the MUST DIP SHEEP TO CROSS UTAH BORDER Colo rado and Utah sheepinen who have in conference senatoirs and Including Sehator Johnson of Calif Qfthu senate foreign froni tne John the mimmw negotiations as they Madden of Illinois has been twice ried in In the debate on the Fordney emergency tariff Congressman Madden stated proposed duty on wool would cause the price of clothing to Such a statement is both ridicu lous f imcorrected it would constitute a serious misrepre sentation of the work and objects of the ways and means committee and both houses of congressr National Wool Growers asso ciation has r pointed out that but HJtle connection exists tween the market pried of wool and Of Three and one quarter pound of scoured wool are required for an average siz ed mans suit made from worsted The Fordney bill provides a duty of 45 cents per scour ed The duty on the wool enter ing into a suit amount to which is very far from 100 per cent of thepiIce of any an import duty on material does npt essarily mean that the manufacturers cost will be increased by the amount of that Producers and agents in the country or region realize the Taeed adjusting their prices to permit exports to countrles levying The proposed measure would givemaintaining that it is dangerous on account of cold but it was reason that I have advocated the It has been suggester unofficially of Ethridge to to those members of the house ln be overdrawn No definite crarge of that the had yet reached as to canal must be given best of modern These suggestions were said tody to have resulted di rectly from the recent inspection the canals fortifications by dentelect Harding and his amount of the deficiency in the fimds of firm for bonds 8old for CaSh and the Bonds Are Sheriff Hurlbuit announced tonigftt Presi that hjs deputies had seized Plans to meet these WANT MACHINE GUN TO bonds were sent ba6k suggestions b f rohi Tacoma in custody and at the same time adhere Roy an who to the of laid down driven and hls house leaders tively agreed have been tentafar wnen they left Portland They involve the These bonds were designed sending of necessary inEtheridge to be delivered to Fred eluding the largest calibred artillery who was in charge at pieces to the canal as soon as they Morris Sheriff are said they would be subject to SAN Pur This ordnance includes those guns court order for benefit of chase of a machine gun to guard inVhich were authorized in 5 for n the federal court their herds in Colorado and wish to seized held here coast defense thefirst an was ap cross the state line into Utah will j by federal authorities will be rewhich are to be delivered next pointed by Judge Charles E Wolver observe the proclamation of the to ernorof Utah and dip their sheep ahbunced tonight following before crossing in the Also spection of vaults where the liquor Jongest range On ail island lo their this it was the war department has to be temporary receiver the an tne Placing of several of the Jbond Simultaneously an order issued by presiding Judge George cated about 15 iniles Pacific Tazweil ln the court that all the books ahounced tonight following those who have already crossed the is Definite Collector of Customs John The members end was reached Davis said the liquor was valued at are sald to have agreed to this pro court tomorrow line will agreement to tonight by sheepmen and members of rnore than Fear that the and will authorize the place the state Hvestock board of crime wave now reported in tre nienl of tho guns there as soon as Articles of were may spread to thePacific coast the state department can nitejy settled tonight diplmoatic riegotlatloris to that expected that they signed for a machine Davis The Atlantic the of Morris Brothers be brought into Theorder for producing the books of Morris jn circuit court was The did not want to din tHelr sheep at thj yel y YARD American wools in American an advantage of 45 cents per scoured over foreign wools that until recently gold around 2 per This would give needy security to home OVER DISCUSSION Phiflp wife was stand ContinuedOn Page when filmlth surrendered shortly afterward pointed out that sheep are dipped in voider climates without apparent to the WITH ON present will be provided with elaborate system of tracks dej signed to carry the heaviest railroad which iconnectiow with the filing of by Hale for recovery of bonds of he alleges he bought fnom Brothersand paid for bat not circles general by the most powerful for the arrest House niembers believe that the of member of canal thus can be made Impregnable crew of the United States by the Use material STEAL MEDALIJON OF alleged ab construetion with BARE HISTORIC tronx navy yard dltlonal to v Vlth Morris The petition Clares the house already found aggregated The liability Relieved tpi have of hQueen of were stolen Sunday night from GIVES SHOCK CALIFOBNIANrS in the southwestern part of to Metropo art thla of No and a f   

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