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Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - July 8, 1919, Waterloo, Iowa The street sale price In Waterloo or this edition oi the Courier IK THREE CENTS Xfwslioys are all with change and are asked to Insist upon paying only tho advertised prke AND WATERLOO DAILV REPORTER WEATHER FORECAST Chicago July Partly clou dy with thumler Rhowerw this novti or tonlKht In extreme northeast portion KllKlitly cooler tonight Jn portion prob ably fair Courier Elablinbcd 1368 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIlUt WATERLOO 10 W A T U E S D A Y JULY 8 FOURTEEN P A 0 E S PRICE HOMX EDITIOV CHITB iroow xomoir TWO WILSON HOME FROM PEACE TABLE Ifanks Worthy Companions for Victors of Verdun Many U S Flags to Be Carried FABULOUS PRICES ASKED FOR SEATS ALONG ROUTE Asked for Balcony That Is Between Triumph Arch and Concorde Place Farmers Order Airplanes Off Their Places One Believes Are Carriers of Disease Germs By the Associated Press Paris July 8 Gen Persh iiiK will accompany a detach ment of 3200 American troops who will go to London to take part in the Victory celebration July J Col Conrad S Bab cock willbe in immediate com mand of the troops The visit of the soldiers to London may be prolonged until July 20 Paris regiment Monday July of American The soldiers which will follow Gen Pershing and the members of his staff in the great parade on Victory day July ll will both from physical appear Since their invasion of small towns on their flying exhibitions Lieut Milo Miller and Lieut Earl Campbell pilots of MillerScales airplanes have had several inter esting experiences Lieut Camp bell was scheduled to fly at Belle Plaine on the Fourth When he arrived there he found the landing field previously selected inadequate and picked another for himself Unknowingly he picked out a nice green field owned by a farmer named Hughes said to be the wealthiest man in that vicinity When Lieut Campbell landed he was greeted by Farmer Hughes who carried a gun in his hand with which he made businesslike gest SHE FOB 11 IIP TRIBUTE STRIKE PAID BY LONDON stood EXECUTIVES SHIP MEMORIAL RITES Want 70 Cents When Company Cuts Them From 48 to 34 Be cause of 5Ccnt Ordinance Outlying Stores Robbed Police Prevent Mob Reaching Citys Center in Its Design By the Associated Press Denver Colo July strike 400 FORMER CONVICTS IN ARE ARRESTED ures As the lieutenant had been completely tying up street car serv trained to fight in the air and not lice in Denver became effective at 4 on the ground he was at a disad oclock this morning Employes of vantage and tried to compromise the Denver Tramway company went cant land here yelled 9n strike as the result of a wage re Farmer Hughes j duction announced by the company Why asked the aviator Because some other feller land ed here a spell back and tore down ray fences when he flew away dern yesterday But Two Vote Against Strike j The vote was 976 for and against the strike Florence Shops Suffering by Plunderers Selected in Ad vance by Committees By the AssoeHUeil Press London July national trib ttte of honor was paid today to the memory of Cnpt Charles Fryatt executed by the Germans in 1910 for attempting to rani a Uboat by a national memorial service at St Pauls cathedral After lying in stale at tho Dover station over I night the body arrived at Charing Cross station at 11 oclock and was i placed on a gun carriage drawn by i bluejackets A cortege was formWill Take Southern Track on Trip of the admir war office other government i departments and all seafarers ur 1134 EXPECTS 10 CTIIT Kolchak Backed by Big Five to Take Pfljyif fl DV By the Associated Press Will U Ul Paris Monday July of a plan for a concerted attack up on Petrograd by Finnish troops andi the forces of tho Kolchak govern ment at Omsk was given today byj the council of live i A joint note has been sent the military attaches of the united President and Wife on Bridge as Status Great Britain France andi Italy at Helslnglors instructing them to support the Finnish govi omnium if it decided to accede to the request of Admiral Kolchak to Buck to Britain Since Outlook for Weathers Fuvoniblc and Vessel Steams Up Harbor to Her Hoboken Pier that the TRANSPORTS RAIL LINED associated powers pro WITH CHEERING SOLDIERS By the Associated Press London July Victor m Emmanuel of Italv has issued a de Twelve hundred motormen that profiteers will be in future in the strike order Frederick W Hild general man from three months to three years in U1UJ i tuu i 111 iiA I u i Well I wont tear down anylauctors and shopmen are included fined 10000 lire or sentenced to fences replied Campbell How long you wanna stay All day Well by cracky you wont youll git right now and the gui came in evidence again I the ISdiched at Noon With a naval escort and a baud the procession passed slowly thru the crowded streets by the wav of Trafalgar square Northumberland avenue the Thames embankment and Ludgate hill arriving at the cathedral at noon At tho cathedral the ceremonies were generally a repetition of those in memory of Miss Edith Cavell who also was executed by the Ger mans The clergy received the prison and will in additionsuffer body at the west door of the cdi u J CHI It t 1 1 in ClVl U I O LI 11 I j i io Ul LI1U ager or the tramway company said confiscation of their goods accordlice an orchestra nlaying a funeral that an attempt would be made to j ing to a Rome dispatch to the Kxmarch as the coffin was placed in run cars with outside help change Telegraph company Unauposition y would not promise asthorized middlemen dealing in food Body Goes o His Home run the ayor ing into the field a short distance away and saw Mrs Farmer Hughes Police only would see that no said suffer punishment it is violence occurred The company ordered a reduction At the conclusion of the service the procession was reformed and with annfhpr irnn 1 oe company oraerea a reduction w1 in wages as tie result of the su was keeping out the spectators Lieut Campbell came to the con clusion there was too much artillery in sight on the Hughes farm and flew to another field a half mile ivnce and past performance be I from Belle Plaine where he companions for the victors did his flying during the day of Verdun the Marne and the Yser j The machine was kept busy all Flags from all the American day carrying passengers George bions have fought in France Scales and Roy West chief avia preine court decision yesterday up holding the right of the city to fix rates An ordinance reducing the fares to five cents was effective last Saturday Demand Doubles Offer A maximum wage of 70 cents an hour and recognition of the union was incorporated in demands to be tion mechanician were present and helped in the festivities Airplane Insease Carrier Lieut Milo Miller was to have given an exhibition at Traer but his plans were knockedinto a cocked tat by another farmer who sincere ly believes that airplanes are car riers of disease germs Recently a planelanded in his field and soon after his hogs sickened and died of the cholera He immediately laid i iF i the cause of the demise of his swine gloiy and gam if one may the landing oftheairplane ac hy the prices asked for window and to r Miller balcony seats along the Champa to Klysees and for hotel accommoda tions in the city In the vicinity of the Arc De Triomphe especial ly the prices paid for the rental of window for two hours would pro vide homes for indigent families be carried by members of units chosen from those organizations Not All Think of Glory At two weeks notice the French were called upon tomakearrange ments 40 celebrate what promises to be the greatest dayin the history of Paris Not all the citizens of Paris however are thinking of July 14 in a disinterested manner as symbolizing gloryand triumph Many are apparently coupling The dispatch states that a made an impressive progress 1 strike was declared in Naples on to the Liverpool street station Monday After 1 doling outlying stores in that city a crowd attempt ed to reach the center of the place but was prevented by the police who were occupying the principal thorofares At Palermo the police have arrested 400 former convicts who are alleged to be responsible for many of the disorders on Sun day made of the company by the strikj overrun this morning with bargain By the Associated Press Bargain Hunters Flood ers The previous wage was 48 L July cents an hour and a reduction anthe business houses of this city were nounced by the company yesterday was to be 34 cents an hour Companyofficials concede that the new wage scale Is insufficient but declare the reduction was the only alternative to a receivership They declare the company has not paid dividends for several years where the casket was placed on a train and sent to Dover Court the home of Capt Fryatt where the body will be interred in the quiet parish church yard Mangin Verdun Hero Awarded Grand Cross of Legion of Honor ra itjj iuv ttu r i CSEJ i nftK sughl advanj Paris July Gen Mangin has of the pricereduction decreed been awarded the grand cross of here Many stores had completely I the Legion of Honor sold out their stocks before noon By the AssoiMutcd Press Washington D C July Delay of at least 48 IIOUTH in of the return flight of tho HHUsli dirigible was rcconimcndcil today fhc woatlier hurtam In a forecast sent to the ship at Mineola IJOIIK Island by tho navy de partment Mineola N Y July G E M Pritchard executive officer of action in supporting the Finns is regarded as equivalent to assnr ances that they will see the KolcUak movement carried thru Petrograd Jias been the object ofj the attacks of Finnish ian and Russian volunteer troops for several months A few weeks ago the Esthoaians and Russian volunteers were closing in on Peti With Five Cabinet Members Meets President and Leads Convoy vrpw rograd but an announcement madeja fleer in Copenhagen Monday by the EHGeoree the Associated Press h M Pntchard executive officer of thonian bureau said that the troops dent Wilson the RJ4 after inspecting the dirigiwhich had been advancing on Pet passed ouar nip R PnpinpR ni vt n YI fnrlnv Ruin i i bles engines at 9 a m today said all repairs would be completed by oclock tonight and that fuel water and other supplies Avould be taken aboard before midnight With fav orable weather he said the R34 will be ready to start at daylight tomorrow Muj Pntchard said the airship would take the southern track four or five hundred miles north of the Azores in view of a favorable fore cast of clear weather for the next 48 hours made by the weather bureau in Washington and received here this morning For onethird of the course on the over it was said the R34 probably would strike northerly cross winds which would not retard Tier very much The remaining distance It was stat ed favorable westerly winds would prevail Hundreds View Giant Flier j Mineola N Y July en sprlpHHnnM nh V1 ted Gen Mangin one of the most forced stay of the giant British settled sections ot the city today and prominent French leaders during I dirigible R34 made necessary by saw the violent eagerness of menjthe first came into general 1 chllrn Miller flew to Traer yes terday to arrange for his exhibition He landed in a field and Mr Farmer rushed out breathless and excited He was unarmed however but had a vocabulary which popped off like a machine gun You cant land balcony seat from to be paid and the price of a bal cony situated midway between the Place de La Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe is advertised at 000 There are accommodations on that balcony for about 20 persons Hotelkeepers are raising their prices from 50 to 100 per cent for sit gl rioflt off my place he ordered Lieut Miller Why cant I land Ill not hurt anything You cant land here because the last feller that landed here gave my hogs the cholera and the whole deleted herd died Just how an airplane or an avia FTI j x to the of July 101 turning out t could cholera or guests of long standing to make f t h d Was too deep room for prospective visitors The for TjBIlt M1IlfiT tn city is aiieady beflagged with ban refs remaining over from Peace clay and from the Fourth of July celebration Arc rte Triomphe Unadorned One monument however remains undecorated and without flags This is the Arc de Triomphe Ser geant Hoff a veteran of the Crimea and the war of 1870 who has been the custodian of the arch since said today It would be a desecration to hide its glory behind decorations a question for Lieut Miller to an swer and to prevent further argu ment he gave up his proposed flight at Traer but not without having a good laugh STRIKE CORN PRODUCTS ILLINOIS PLANTS DRY DEBATE IS MADE SPECIAL chllfrfnseeking to by his counteroffensive against n Germans in the Verdun region ocolate Thse cl erun regn shoes and chocolate These articles in October 1916 Later he directed re nf y 6 Presentation the French offensive on the Aisne unfavorable weather reports cover ing the next 48 hours and repairs to her motors brought hundreds of visitors to Roosevelt field today ciuarantln bv 3 the transport bringing Presi from a 1 n at 130 p tograd had suffered a reverse and New York were in retreat The antiBolshevik day forces were reported to have aband The presidential transnort oned several positions along theder escort of two coast of the Gulf of Finland and theistroyers one PetrogradNarva railroad i dirigible balloon Four of the Archangel Kcgimo May Help jstroyers sailed from Brest with the Admiral Kolchaks plan probably ipreaident does not anticipate the use of thej Siberian armies which have beeni IH Harbor Craft Join Din As the transport passed Fort fighting the Bolsheviki west of theWancock the guns boomed a presi Urals At present the Kolchak entia salute echoed 10 minutes forces west of the Urals are more ate Fort Hamilton a forces west of the Urals are more than 800 miles oast of Petrograd Wadsworth Hamilton and Fort The shrill whistles of It IK likely that the Finns will be haJLbor craft took up the din joined by Russian volunteer troops and forces of the North Russian government at Archangel The North Russian government has agreed to cooperate in military operations against the Bolsheviki while retaining local autonomy Finnish troops are within 30 miles Of Petrograd on the north while forces of the Nqrth Russian government are operating in the The President and Mrs Wilson the bridge of the George Washington as the vessel steaml Tcoavj omaznca slowly up the harborto her Hoboken convoyedhy destroyers and welcoming craft of all descrin tions The rail of the transport was n returning soldiers cheer ing and waving their caps Pennsylvania Fleet burcjuiuGUk VJICUHIIIB in me v i battleship southern part of the province of j five members of the presi J npnfo no Olonetz northeast of Petrograd The j dents Baker Reds Plan to Quit Capital Washington July wi not take off nite information that the Bolsheviki stern win noi tane on h of a card from the prefectSoiTuC and oTtne PrVnch on he trip across ercuatre The George will hVhonpynpernenm8Mf and American forces which launched tic ocean until after dawn beenreceived in ofthe Batterv V HOUSE Jn making the announcement By the Associated Press Washington D C 1 hibitiou enforcement It framed by the judiciary rules committee with an agreemen that general debate should not exl ceed 12 hours Choose Stores to Ransack It was learned today that work ingmens committees deliberately chose the stores they wished to have ransacked These included places which were alleged to have violated ordpVTfUhiiqTigovernmental regulations and war todav hv thprestrictions in selling prohibited ar toaaj oy the ti f f OYnrhnt iCermans on July 18 3918 between ISoissons and Chateau Thierry as The food atf exorbitant prices profits kings commissioner for When the bill was laid before the issues a proclamation to house by the rules committee there ay the population on ra were indications that a bitter light tlons and decieemg reductions in would be made on the measure It prlces approximating 50 per cent in Ho Makes Flans for Jxng Stay in was agreed to limit debate on theieatables Restaurants and cafes resolution to make the bill in order iwere to lower their rates 0 istrv aboard the dirigi ble positively declared that the R34 would start or no s Are bcised Helsingfors Sunday July Reported that all President Wilson i ported eight miles party Petrograd have been occupied Bolshevik troops The archives have destroyers hevdrednoUgIlt V1PP tomorrow morning wind wind Austrian Treaty Up by Big Five Owing SlSaVSS j i nit Binary commission dealing with Mrs DaniPie anrTnth antt to Territory Problem charges against the tl 1 I Co It U by two Pennsylvania soviet government to one hour I per cent Chairman Campbell of the rules committee said it was thought wise Authorities Cannot The civil authorities have admit Holland Trusting Extradition Will Be Like JUiwsuit to give more time for dejbate than ted that they were unable to cope that usually alloted measures The bill U S Housing Bureau Plan Representative By the Associated Press Chicago July re ceived here today state that 12000 employes of the Corn Products com jpany plants at Argo Granite City d Peoria 111 went on a strike toj for recognition of their labor llTlKriniYI IS unions It is said that the three uitwuin stil are in operation and will not be shut down At Argo i 111 200 workmen refused to join By the Associated Press to ordinary iwith the disorders during the last j Amerongen Sunday July be and merchants seeing Former Emperor William ind4iis tomorrowwhich is calendar it was impossible to prevent eni wife are apparently unperturbed bv Wednesday and its considerationforced sales placed their stocks atthe possibility that Droceedines wifl resumed Thursday and Mr Campthe disposal of the worklngmeiTs 0 broueht bv the entente for the bell thought it would be possible tocommittees to the best advantaEupxtradiK reach a vote Friday or Saturday possible They admit that the arlTi from HoHand Members oP the trary reductions of prices which former monarchs suite have indil have been decreed are certain to rated in conservations with the cor cause enormous losses i espondent that it was their opin By the Associated Press Paris Monday July council of five today to inform the Austrian delegation that their government would be adniHted to the league of na tions as soon as it complies with the necessary conditions this notification will be in reply to the Austrian note on the subject The reply will be of a friendly character N early 2500 Troops 1111 th Wlin f resident fBv the Associated Press f0re Paris Monday July on of the council of f time to consideration States senators and representatives aboard passed thru the narrows on her way to meet the transport r S George Washington at a m On WaSningtOn f rOml South of commerce Course 1 The George Washington was com over the regular transport course which is south of that taken by commercial vessels coming across By the Associated Press the Atlantic and the first land Presi New York July transdent Wilson would see was to be the port George Washington arriving highlands of New Jersey today from Brest brought 20S offi The leading destroyers of the cers and 228G troops Included in presidents convoy passed the leader this number was the second guard of the welcoming fleet six milea of no really constituted authority her altho by tl holders in violation of the rights of domicile that g of the closing of the plants of Representatives of three of Wa ditinnq ana mmS con1 result of a strike of 2700 employes jterloos largest institutions depart jfor closed shops was made here led last night for Europe where they T Bedford president will investigate business jof the corporation j They are Edmund W Miller Mr Bedford said wages had been j president of the Commercial Na j voluntarily advancer July 1 andjtional bank Claude D Cass pener feet He declared the company Falls fc Northern railway bejOd B Plumb secretary nonunion men nitv Labor Leaders Add Welcome ized A ji v t anojjvi LGHWII ivipo vciiLitii ciiiu ooutn American ThlrP i many months any beineteldt P after the printers aero squadron 4Soth administra tries went down thttly on a cUy workmgmen There is apparently tv that The xetherlands govern had set the type and handed over tion company 302nd and 332nd ferry boat to aid inwelcoming the mcnt wouid consent to hand Proofs butchery companies 450th and president s io rial The boundaries question will be 115th camp hospitals 307th and The South American labor leaders unanimously taken up tomorrow and it is stated 506th laundry units third sanitary are in this city attending a confer thP inmmamiPPinifr nf nivnio here for a that the treaty will not be ready squad ninth salvage squad 309th ence of the PanAmerican Federa itorks of food hplnneinp fn hn itr long and are making prejfor presentation before the end of and 324th supply companies 318th tion of Labor which opened yester Prations i he week at the earliest as there sales commissary unit the 124Oth day TxHidoii Trial Tacitly 4greed iare many problems in this connecand 1275th Ohio casual companies Seaplane Forced Down Paris Monday July to be considered land the second casual company With a naval dirigible hovering agreement reached by the allied i arc HOGS AT FAT TT A nTrTtrr j V IN CHICAGO NEW don as announceuri b Premier Lloyd Qet Protection Flftni were also aboard dents transport was flying a huge Jtrge in the of I VMiWll F turn The transport Muskatme fr council that the trial Em Minnritll jieror William would be held in tfw LLU r district of Paris over her the George Washington One hundred and fifty convalescame in sight off the Jersey high The presi cent soldiers from the 344th Brest lands at a m 000 fund of information and experience TTJJATj STARTS Ml Ayr la July Kmcrson Creston la today was placed on trial charged with the murder of his mother at Creston May 6 Mrs Emersons mangled j lody was found at the bottom of an elevator shaft and tho at first it was thought her death was acci dental later evidence led to Emer sons arrest Today was taken up with the ex amination of prospective jurors Federal Operation of Tit mi I Hail 7 was a tacit OIle hut from i American sources it was learned lato today that thf agreement was re ChlSo1 f S be an authentic and retort lhc lncldenl the COUn v Of the Iowa thp Chicago T5y the Associated Press Paris Monday July hoe cil upon which the based his statement hundredavailable from a reliable It is stated that at a meet Europe Stephen Pichon the Fionch foreign minister Liverpool They will be met there by L J Martin who By the Associated Press Washington D C July 8 Bet Smoke Diamond Joe Cisars to the last puff advfirtlsement Good The Courier should be deliv ered at your home before oclock If thru error of the carrier boy or other cause you ail to receive your paper by that time please Phone 3S10 and a copy of the paper will be sent Phono calls must reach this ofiico before p m party during its stay in Europe is well known in Waterloo ir the trip is primarily of a rOLK MUIH Oil PailS 4 VU 1 WC 1 L I v i n r 4 previous tipI1K of the council last week the iJ minister pointed British premier said to his fellow n hfrei he nlade to a Uunng the last ronferees something about as from a group of depu i owg h jes was for puDljca I suppose vou have no objection ticn tonight to the trial of the kaiser in Loni M10 neputies who don frpra St American flag from the TjPnflUP Pirhftn Na2aire also arrived here having dipresidents flag from the main mast at Charleston S C and smaller flags on the fore and mizzen mastheads A seaplane which went out to meet the trans port was forced to come down on the sea The George Washington and her convoy passed Ambrose lightship at noon led by the battleship Pennsyl vania with Secretary of the Navy Daniels and a party of other gov ernment officials on board Presidential Salute Fired As the George Washington and Big Bills Bond ApDFO VCd I W W vnniiv Jews in the countries of easti r j i m i i iff ID j i iintii n ter results m transportation can be business character it is expected party wilvisipointin France proving federal operation than by i made interesting by the late war returning to old methods in whatMr Miller plans to sttidv th condii ever guise Joseph 13 Eastninn tion of foreign banking and trade member of the interstate commerce Mr Plumb will interest himself in commission declared today in study of foreign market condii Assignment Until He Talks With President Ry thp Associated Press Chicago July for the release of Wm D Haywood leader tne escorting fleet of destroyers represented of tllR 93 L w ws convicted bePassed Sandy Hook the presidents Carious parties had expressed to fore Federal Judge Landis here last salute was firedby the guns on Voices Objection foreign minister deep feeling August of conspiring acainst tho shore The premier looked around the over reports of pogroms massacres government have been approved bv Fleet to Receive President circle the account continues and boycotts and persecution inflicted United States District Attornev New York July dread no one objected Indeed it is said upon Jews in eastern Europe Charles F Clvne and the court of noughts and 36 destroyers from the Premier Clcmenreau gave his verbal appeals Atlantic fleet formed the escort approval SWKDISH SKAMKX STUIKK Haywood was sentenced to o0that met the United States naval This tacit agreement was never w thp Associated Press years in the federal penitentiarv transport George Washington with Tcrordod in writing and Sir Maurice Stockholm Monday July HC s the nfteenth out of the 93 Wilson aboard 30miles Ihuikey the British sotrotary didThe strike declared by the Swedish be released on bonds pendinetheeast Sandy Hook early today not include it in his regular report seamens union and vhich began on appeal of their case to the United Tne presidential salute from these of iheproceedinRs in the council TheSaturday is affecting the entire states circuit court of appeals j vessels was the first of the many railroad situation were given uieconstruction and operation as whether he would committee last winter shown by England and France Tho lake Snrretarv i aift al d ecla5Cfl that f3der itinerary of the party mav include the peace conference Ho said inof the coum al control of thfi roads should countries than Knjtland and would discuss tho matter with IT s tmue so as to ensure necessary cap France if circumstances permit Wilson and would i r ko cost to avoid jindulyThey will leave Kuropn about Aug staiomcnt later sumption is however it was addSwedish commercial fleet The dis that Premier Lloyd George later pute originated in the refusal of CARS IlKSUMK tild go to Paris to had unofficial conversations on the i ship owners to accede to a demand Cleveland Ohio Julv Lansings place at subject with one or more members I for an eighthour day and a stand car service was resumed h welcoming ceremonies awaiting president on his arrival this after wage on ships under 700 tons today having been Hal at low high rates to solve the problem ofij jov snid the weak roads to obtain the op crating Advantages which come Holiday NuUnarparlnc from unificanon ami to promote j The brand that ofjunls Hmter right relations with labor I advertisement in the Baltic and COO tons in thei i North Sea hereearlv interrupted Sunday morning when 2000 Mr Polk snd Mr Lansing would return to Washington soon but Postmaster Goneral Hurlesontoday that the exact date of his departure declared hero was no foundation 1 M o li J ft JT T C S Sitcrvene8 g0ne to in company went on a strike Settle from Paris had not boen determin ed f i Stick to CinCO Its KHD for reports that he had sent his 7 tho quality resignation to President Wilson niftnt was reached last night San Felice Cigars 3 for 20c Americas most popular cigar 45 Warships in Harbor In the harbor were 45 warships headed by the flagship Pennsylvan ia with Admiral Henry B Wilson aboard assigned to join the out harbor escort Vice President Mar shall and members of the cabinet were assigned to the Pennsylvania while the citys official welcoming
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