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   Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1921, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THE WEATHER Indiana :nid coe-lcr in north Monday; Tuesday lair FORT WAYNE JOURNAL-GAZETTE 12 TIIC PEOPLE'S WAYNE AND NORTHERN U.AtUMi HOME MlWSI-Al'EH AM) WANT AD MEDIUM____________________________! 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 l-V'-s.s.t IjARIS, 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- cluding President Millerand and other hijrh officials of the republic, laid the congressional medal of honor upon the i tomh of the unknown dead poilu under the arch of triumph.! 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 vie-! lory parade, followed the ceremony. A picked battalion of i American troops, representative of all units comprising the' American forces on the! 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 jthe first time since 1910 Chief Executive j caused an outburst of en- thusiasm from the thousands Cabinet Awaits Return of Premier LONDON, Oct. cabi- net metj-ing. which is to be held t.its weeU ES soon as Premier Lloyd George r turns to London, is expes'c- lirsl to reiert rspre- senlntives to the Irir.h confer- t'n-e. According to D -'jiin ad- vic s the Sinn Fein will be accompanied by Uornond Fitzgerald, nv.nister of propa- ganda, and several of his nnts. Incident to t'-.c conference r.'atements of the Sinn r-etn r. okesman. as publish-d by the Sorth of Ireland panels, indi- cate that a derr.and will be made for the release of Irish prisoners in fail snd internment ca.Tips. feeling is to be growing among southern trnion- irts and constitutional nstional- that t'tey 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 Following- Attempts to Stop Parade WORRIED Democrats Murshul Forces for Fijrht on Adoption of New Tax By ROBERT it! Tim liy Tim 1 IIXC'IHJN. -Tlu- itJutlvi- Hliuatlnn In rmiKfcMH Jiini-4; approarhlnir thr polni where I'rt-Mid.tnr IIiirdliiK will have lake :i luiiid In It- Tin- nvfHH of month did noUihiu lo hf.'.ier tin' which utnoiif; liifn Rrnups of si'iiatorM ;ind lln'rr is just n H much ri'cji iQllranl talk ami u.s al any tlnio lit tin1 past. The HiMiatc Ic-adt-rs themselves virtually ui'linitl.-d Uieir hclp- IcMnncHH in the fiift- of tin- Ilve wl.lt-h arc to. They Will lint whai may ur may not he dune. Thus Tar hi x'-sNion tin- Demo- crat.s have he.-n to sit by silld wat.-h with lll-.-onceuh-.l k'h-rr the warfare unions the Republican I'aelions. Tbt'n- is one exception lo MMiri. wh.i was :L thorn In the side of his fellow Democrats during 1 he fijrhi to the treaty Vcpsall- h-H, i.s proving now murh of n Ilinrn ti> the ;us h.- was once a Joy. The senate Kepuhliean leaders lire 1l.-h.Iess lu-cniise of the that i ii in Uepuhllcan scuiilcrs refuse to led. They are delermined 1o their own way and will not coin- mil iheinsclves to any hard and fast agreements with respect to u legislative program. The situation Jias r.-arhed the point whore It Is doubtful even If thi> President can Itrhitf snffielent pressure to liear to ".speed up" the. legislative machinery has been workiiiK" "I a snail's sinro the activity WIIH trans- ferred from the unhallowed hall of the house of representatives to the sue red precfnels of the senate. like Senator llm-ith. of Idaho, and UL Follette. of AVlscronsin. will not mihinlt to the party lash, even when wielded by u chief magistrate, and it is wholly impossible for any one tn assert control over Wcmitor Reed. This Irln of men and experi- enced parliamentarians ran play bob wilh miy at Any time they feel so disposed. Just at 1hc present moment they are ftp- posed to the new trc.uty of peace with  uf with thn Colors. l-'n-nch army Is n.t British Mtandrt ru-xl with 7-IO.dWt and last with The United States stands thirteenth with Special Lectures Are Given j Secretaries Denhy and Wal- 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 tin- National hotel on Penn- H.vlania u venue, a few blocks from the eapltol. The dead are t-JeorKe Mnsdti, 40. ('harlottsvlllo. Va., an em- ploye of the shipping hoard, and Miss Catherine I >ean. "ft, a telephone op- erator ut the hotel. than 300 quests were asltep 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 Ohiy and Abraham Uincoln dined there. uKtainlnp; the oldest, died frequently To Study Factors Causing Depression Study responsible depression tion in Ihe (Hy The Associated FVASs.) WAfciHINGTON. IX Oct. Stud of the economic factors for recurring business with consequent varia- number of workers i.s to he undertaken this week by (he sub committees of the national confer- ence on unemployim'nt in an effort to arrive at a. permanent policy for pre vcn Mon nf involuntary idleness. The full i-onfcn nee i.s lo October 10 to receive reports of its eommtt tees' deliheriiiions and to irarne the gem-ntl program for per- manent economic und employment stabilization. As a starling point for their investigations the committees have before them a r-ompn-hensiv ht of suggestions prepared by the ec- noinic advisory com mil tec of the coiit'rence, composed of expert econo- mists form different .sections of Ihn country. IVriminent preventive measures against unemployment sug- 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 employ- ment, permanent betterment of e.yi'H- c-Jil unemployment, and unemploy- ment and depression insurance. Under these heads the suppesliona cover practically the entire eco- nomic problem of the nut ion. con- sidering the various factors 'Of prices, foreign trade, freight rates, production and consumptiun and the position of the federal government I during recurrent depressions. I ume of employment, ncrording to, the ceoriomle experts, follows sea- sonal fluctuations of busine.ss and a policy is sought for em- ployment, both at the bottom of the down-curve and the top of the up- Pittsburgh-Ashtabula Route Most Promising; Ft. Wayne Route Too Expensive Slaif Correspondent.) Oct. In ap- proviiiK the pIltshurKh-A-Hhtubulu. as the "least expensive" and thv "iiioMt jiroml-sinK" of the routes for the proposed Ohio canal etwcen Krio and the Ohio river, tho war dcjMirtineni's hoard, of rivurw and harbors c-x- liresse.s its douht of the advisability of the l.'niied States undertaking the construction of any canal between the htke and the river at the present time.. Tho board withheld indorse- ment of the, project becau.se of Its Kreat rost efl'ortrt art; helnp: made to reduce national expendi- tures and because an "assured com- nn-rco of yruat magnitude" inff. A statement issued by the board .states th.'it the I'MttshurBh-Ashtnhulu 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 veonomk- fea- tures. "The Imiird says thft Hta lenient, "that if the improvement Is inulertuki'ii any of the routes the states or other loe.al Interests shu i: Id i-u-opvrati' to th'1 extent of paying 70 per cent the first ro.st. leaving the States to pay ;tu per cent of the first cost and :i-il fur m.'iintenaiu.'t' and ope lion." I'nder the rivt-r and harbor act of March 1S19. examina- tion of the Mhuni and Krh> cunal project made by the board. Four L-ontes TA-crt- rxamined fnllows: 1. I'lltshnrKh ANhtahnla. Marii'ltit to CMevt-land. :t. t" Siui'lnsky Cincinnati Toledo, including n hnmeh with 1 Michigan. Wayne particularly In- terested in route 4 JIM t.h.- proposal (Continued on Page 6, Column 1.) TODAY'S PROGRAM MONDAY. p. Third J'reshytrrian rinirch. yVomcn charge uf V. VV, C. A. Subject Mother's Rela- tion to 1'. M.--K i r s I I'n-.sbylenan rhureh. Men's Club of the l-'irst 1'res- (Mmrch. Mistakes of Two Foolish Men." 1', i r s Pn-Khj leriiin fhuruli. 1'a.r- enl-Tttic-her School Subject- "The Boy and Girl Problem, and How to Meet It." ecutive to Mimic Battle 10SS Hl'N. >rt. In- lllll.s 'when- iimx tin- union jinil ronlViliTiili' Jirlllif.s III til" IJiUllr ol' Iho WiliK-nii-ss, ITL-.ii- llurillTif- linluy r.-vk'Wi-il :i lii'hl rorri- of niariiiL's :ui.l voii-cd hiH prldf in tlicin :.s :in i-ffi-t-liv.. rm-im- in Hi" .if ri'iniili-il luUi antl ni'livrr M. KiKun'S nf other IIOWITS In- HiiMnin. .laS.OIIO; .irill.DWI: O; Swilz- Spain. 2 erland, Turkey. lf.Ll.UOO; In eonsidorlntf problems connected wilh attempted reduction of armed forces It is to be nKSUIlK-d, however. Unit the confer- 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 dl.seus.slon. systems, the. extent to which reserves have hern ortfanixed that protection cannot be ex- pected from state oITiciiils. Mr. Lewis declined to make his message public, but amonjr other things it was nderstood to have alleged 1 RETAILERSI Miners, Building Trades and Rail Workers Advised to Cut War Time Prices T DEFLATE Ul________ that chHiin. of Mine Workers Get the i-ounty. had vIsil'M UK? Minco Bounty I Jail :in.l tauulixl thu wllll nuKRi-HlloilH of mi aUcmiit lo Urojik j Jail. Many of Ihe an- charxi-it with rnurittT. :imoliK tln.-Hn Ijc-liiK .me Wasca They Received in Hiffli Wage Period By HARDEN COLFAX (ViarrlKillilniil of 1lla Jwinlal-1 V. :unl I'Vi'il Mooncy. pn'nl- WAMIIINlJ'J'uN. i ilcnt anil scrrotary. ro.vpcctlvoly, of tho nilmVH' union. to lii-ltt on IOSM Ni-rlou.4 hut all arr wdil to In-Ill a result tin; trolitili- (trtiwlnpr out ot the miners' union organi the Houthi-m Wi-.-it Vli-Kinla i-oal tli'lds. 'I'ln1 I'ommitVo frnm tin1 con- vi-ntlitn lir-rc to i-all on Tr.'sidi'nt llanliiiK i-onalstsi of J. K WIpKlna. of SiirlKK. W. Va.; K. f. llmth.-s. of iMIIfiird. 111., and 10. J. llil.'K. of Char- ilon, Iowa In tli" cum- l-ri'Hlili-ul Ij-wiM itrtijliiml till" lililH-rs wlshi-d "to pn'Vi'iil any liuis- wu-ri'." Lnl In- did not iltaclosp th" privuti- fnim Wi-st VlrKiniiL that tin; haMls for alarm. A li-t- l.-r from Mr. wlio Is .it tliB i for (Miii-k mui i .MHIKO cmjuty jail. WHS natd in have Jnlaiitry. artilk-ry. many of jHiv.s iwlvtjii actions which inado thu pris- unitH u-i-ri! ri-pn-sciiti-il _ uners fi-uTul llif ii.uoO nii'ii who inarchvd In I'onnai (Continued on Page 6, Column 5.) h.-Con- tin- 1'i csi.l.-iil al 111.-! tKim-lusU.n wi-i-K-i-iid In-n: I nmiirO OTA Mil ..r thJU KI-V llhr N Ami itiariiu: xp, an y junx. IIUULI UL1 I11LO UlnMU i AN ranks ol' l.rown went hy. j In.- lurni'd many linu-.s to tin- staff 1'n-iTH ahout him lo r-Mircs.s :iinl ailniiralion. A half hour i-arlii-r, at tllf Hnn-ch in a natural i pQrmer grounds. Mi- neuver, voiced "IVvll Harding had even sii-oimi-r for, tin At. the invitation of Ouiu-rul Smedtey Uuller. the expeiliiiuiia.ry force, he mounted a military whieh served ay the pulpit and said: "i.Ielier.-il fvuiler lias asked me tt. SlJUid hefoff yuii for a moment, mainly lhat we shall he hcttcr ac- quainted. hei-auSe is our lot to iifm (Continued on Page 6. Column 8.) rotiHinjc h-cturos wt-n1 In by Charles 1C. liarkrr, physical i-fTi- eU'iicy cxpf-rt, who is KiviiiK series of talks In l-'ort under the auspices of tint til1 tin- loail V. M. C. A. Mich of the tun's was hfurd by :L i-ntwd, and Harkcr, who was physical ad- visor lo President Tai't during his U-.rm of office, put hnint- sunn- par- (Contlnued On Page 6, Column 6.) VEIYlffil GROSSCUP'S 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 AnsofhU'-d During a tvamc in the CHIOACO, Oct. Verifiraiion of rear of a restaurant at Ilainia reports received yesterday thai Peier street .-arly yesterday morning. S. (irosscui-, foriner United Slales I'avis. 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 car- 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. Tluit is the attitude of William .1. lltist-y. Democratic mayoralty candi- date, on the flood prevention ques- lt was very forts or Mr. llosey th the flood prevention la ire was secured through the passage by tin- f.. Kol- of that law. it has and pro to cure, the sup- Jurltrc. wn.i presided '-i tn, ionally fi.inous had died Ma while .moute to w ohtalned tonight hy members of family. yesterday M... Judge (Irossclip's i e- h- trll Si: olhl oio proprietor of the restaurant. lo is well known l.y the polici- 10 also enjoys a police record, es- peti frt.in sei-tie i tiillli-dl.lt el.V ceived a that (he ju- i followini: the shooting and tu ri.st had suceuntlied on hoard ih.- j last miilnk'ht he was still al Cunanl liner <'aronia ;t feu- davs At the St. Joseph hospital, when; mil from N'evv York. Kull details j was i in the due or the death have nut As United Wtules .'ire ciiinu u national figure. lie the finding "f the circuit c.iiiri appeals when it reversed the j I'ol iiOO fine imi'osed nn ihe Standard ihe .si (HI company hy M. nesses Landis. In a Miiit to del ermine whether the Coin mhia n world's fair I -y fullowinjr the nil was learned that he had been shot hi-lmv the tin- sain.- bul- let also tfointf throuirh (he arm. I'hysieiaiis lie will reeov.-r. of the body of the people of Ulft city for sue-h work, retitions were circulated ainonjc the people, as ired hy law. It absolutely imposs-hle at lhat time, it is recall'-il. to jcet the people lo sijtn th-1 petitions, and the t'ell through foi- want of jxtpular sup- port. .Much local flood prevention work u.is acconii'lislifd under the lead of Mr. llosey during Ills tw.t terms of office, it is out. The South Kroadwav pumping station was pro- tected st. that Hoods enllld no! harm it Aiiiilher example is the extension flood all. ivas nuilr ;iccorJ lo the procedure laid by the law. aloiuc St. Joe h.-ulevard lo'prti- tect Mn residents of The absurd as.sei-tions of (he ealled taxpayer. as i m ye.sienlay'j, of tli ivrnlion today was various t-ommit Lees in .uidition tn the rail- roadn :ind the must de- flate tliL'ir war-time moro sharply than ye I has been donn, Ju on of a majurlly of mem- of I'reMident. 1 Uu-diiiK'H iinem- l cotifi-renee, hi order to prosperity. The three labor groups mentioned ;tn: the coal miners, the, hnlldlnjc ciiiiHlructiiin trades :ind tho rjiilroail Thi- must all freight rtites poti.sihlo :ind retailer mint he i-on tent with th._t narniwest marKln of iirofit. Summctl up, this is unofficial opinion of most of conCerewi. This opinion has not riiOect-< ceedincM for the re.'iscm tJiat tho con-- ferenco called to etnerKency meaMure.s for relieving present Fituation and not to consider- fnndamentalfl. And deflation oC prof its i" the rn at a standstill, were at work on a speed-np with a View of eo'ideiiviliJC tin- pro- _................ .......___ tn three days, with next Thnrs- debate, some it linte in the various conimit- tei-H tu tin: altitude of tho but at times, when ;L of any committee aooirui, important imminent, cooler hejuls h.ivo pre- disi'usfltnn Hie c.mci ,lay set ;us the Jate.-it tIMc for lir.al ailjournmeiH. No set order of busi- ness had been adopted tonight hut the committee on resolutions planned to some the of the fiOU petitions. I K on va.n- (Contlnued on Page 6, Column 6.) led and the diverted hack phase of ihe situation and away" from the fundanient.'ilg. The three lahnr mate rt.r.OO.OiiO men. Kirst in :ini reckonctl the coal minors in union fields. arc about, of these, it is osrimntetl, although thr United Workers. In tho non-union fields there aro HpproXl- maieiy lao.iHiu mnn-, Tho latter ir_ are placet in tho samo rthodox church at as linjon men. fon t his no.-n were broken n on-union workers, in nmny -for-all atnoiii; the i rases, have accepted cuts a.mt it ion. which resulted in the i [he business as a nwnlt. has Iwcn f Xieholas Yarseiikakos. -Hi. m.uv and more to theso dLs- Ol-eeli mej-eliant and a. j (rids. i- of the ion. j fiiinn miners in this e.nmtry. how-, the dead er. today for the samo "IS-year-otd son. le-hl tlie police as they obtained at the piaik Services in Greek Orthodox TTn iTi Up 111 Y'tUK. the Creek Cedar stcee lip ].y a fre in that the sexlon -.1" (h his father's haixis while hurch held prici- period. The con- ih'- pi-jest. tract, which in.-hides the waio' scale, Vafradaki. hit him over j made nearly two years dooa the head wilh a ea ick. Pr. not unt il March 1. 1 Presi- 1 ten jam in Vane.-, assistant medical I of the I'nileil examiner, however. the he- himself a to tho lief that IIH may have died from a is on record as oiiposinp An autopsy heart a perfe-rilh tomorro (Continued on P. Column Coimlinii Strike Ballots Today Two ML; of ihe j in 'V'Vi'lie wa on Ihe flood ].i tihould he ptirmilted lo rentitm op.-i on Sundays, (Irosseup as district juilKc delivered a dissem mi (Continued on Page 6, Column 4.) I'inii heir inves; itui inio X failed lo find any wit it. Mrs. Smolders, u jfe I f Kverett Smothers, said sin- had I el ired short ly after iiiidnirhl .ind she awaken.-d by shot She said she dressed 11 the Minr--. bill could (Continued on Pane ti. Column 7.) and far from the facts in: the redilct ion in the city for next year, Th.- peopl'. city know that those Ly f..rm.-r AKvr M-.-- his Jipp'-araiu-e at tlij- "April ,1" -J.-.S-OM of 'I.......lin.-il. wh.-n wire dee.li d (lie publie them by the law lie. To .tUempt to rnisfc of Hi.- (Continued on Page 6, Column 1.) pel' cent. U ,LX-' redlie] lull dercd by ihe hai on 11 tin- the vfit'-s 1 'ni thr-r railway have v'o! ed H'crwhel i ninthly of strike raiher thnn re.Jii'-tH.n. but their have announced ihal Ih.-ro would bo no tint.-ss die nther tii'ns joined in tin- strike. The shop erafls eiiiploye.-; favored .1 strike, hy a vote ol" HLT..OMI) (o while U was announced that III eeiU of the 1 Xl'i.iHU) IllelllberH Of tllrt (.f. r.milierl......1 K.iiiwayincn had vntcit n- I'm- ji .-a riui1. i iie l iv. ures approxi- j inalely l.L'-H h> I'-l.7.SU. Tho twr hi> 'e the result whii-Ii tOIllor- deeidim: deiinituly wKat   

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