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   Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 21, 1923, Ironwood, Michigan                                PROSPERITY RUINS MORE MEN THAN POV- ERTY, BUT THE PRO- CESS IS MORE INTER- ESTING, IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE VOLUME 4, NUMBER 1B4 And News Record____________ IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1923 CHARITY IS THE NAMC SOME PEOPLE APPLY TO THEIR CONSCIENCE FUND CONTRIBUTIONS, SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS CHINESE ARMY FIGHTS REBELS TO smu Smoking JRuins Where School Victims Died in Fire Straightening Grievances of Hindus Difficult Task for Great Britain. MANY PROBLEMS OUTLINED BY MILTON BRONNER London, May lurlln iinulhnr Ireland In the flrllliih t rnplre, mado fur wnrHO for Ihn Hrltlfih government hy mimon of Us pupil- In! Inn'' MlmhiH IIPIO Jji London mo "You" r.rlllnh nrlrnliilHlnilnrH loll mo "No.1 And I think tho "nmis" inn probably rlxhl. boniiiso nil tho icon liinulon to- portnrn who. M Illllu it vonr ago hnd packed (holr Ki'lps rniirty to Inko Iho Unit hunt for India, litivp unpiiokod Ihnm npt> it nil urn pursuing tholr orrtliinry l.nnilnn Jobs Qignnhc Populiico, CJH ii pUliii'" nf Indln'H Ireland It IIH My, as Hnuth L'nrollnn. Tmlln In throe-fifths tho of tho United stilted Irnliind dooHii'l ron- tnln IIM in.inv ponple IIH New Ynrk Pity, triilln rrinliilnK throe llmo'i as many pooplo ni lln< onllro fulled Hinted. Tim ninln grievance of tho Irish was Ihnt Itirv wanted to ho miiHtorB in tholr IIWM houso; they wanted home rule; they didn't wunt tn ho governed nrirt taxed from l.nndon. Tho ninln Rrlovaneo nf Imllntitt Iti tho diinio thing. Only it IH oiilmncoil hv comptirlnnn with tho hlsh, Irlili ntul Kngllsh aro both white rncp.s. Thoy lire hold Christian na- tions. Tho nmjorlly of IndliuiH lire brown inon mill vt-iv fr w urn Chris- tliuiN Tlio Mint miijorltv iiro Hindus In rolls-Inn. Tlin noxl tort k i Inquiry at tho India oft ho Inn' nlli Hod tin Informiitlini Hi.it III per'HiiiH hinl tioon sonlonood to tlcMlh [mil 110 to life Inrni'i for riots fit Clmiiri-i'liiuiui which icmiltort In "3 pollriMiii'ii holm; Killed They told mo I lion iro nut to oxc'ooil political piNunors in i I'oimlry with B'JO mil- lion Inhabit mis. Chief- Catiooa Listed. diuv of Ilin oausoii wlilrli almoit Icil Indiii (ho boiling point and which brought .iboul ,i enmllllim roiuly In biimi into fniniolhlm; far worse than I ho latnotiM Sepoy roholllcni would roiul N'liiiolliliiK like thin: 1'nil Amrllsar   'I'liroo Ihnusand Moplivhi wcio Mllod by Hiltlwh tronps. And pnt'o iiKiiln India w IM horrlflod, hooiiiiflo VO mit'nrtuniito prlsoiiora, bo- IIIR shipped uwiiv bv train, iisphyxlated In their i.iri Slirinos Cnuso Row, Third-In tho I'unlab them IH eon- 'slant disorder ooneornliit, tho nldii of Iho yikh shrlnoH The liioum- bent prlontS tiro aupporlfil hy tln> ROV- ernmont. Tho Sikhs, ono of tlio most raeoi In India and hitherto stnmioh Hiippovtors of Urllnin, nr.i tln nlmo.'it open robolllon. Tholr Kittlu pry Slrl Hod IM Im- inorlnl" They use no wwipoiw, They come to tho shrines orvltiR thu cnll. Many nro boateii by tin1 irinecl men o< tho temples Thousands ,iro .11 rented. noii-oo-operiithe move- ment, started by Mnh.itma liimtlhl lie lireiiolied thiit the tndlant should hino nothlnp to do with tho forolsners Tho were not to send their children t Kovcniniont schools. They wore not t 2 DEAD, 3 HURT WHEN CAR HITS EMBANKMENT Either Curzon or Baldwin May Be Asked By King To Form New Cabinet. Assnolated Press) London, May Britain bids fair to romaln without u premier throuBh today at lonst. Klnw OrorRo, who Is In Aldorshot, hnd up to this afternoon nslcod no (inn I" neoept tho promlorshlp In nuc- ro.SMlnn to Andrew Honnr who roMlRnecl yoiterilay, far acj Is knowii to Iho public1. Tho kins It In raid, no present Intontlon of rtirt.illltiR his visit to Aldorshot, which Is oxrpcctotl to lust most of tho wook, Moanwh.Uo two other pronilfdtiK prosppotg for houcl o  own may be offered today under Koal UHtuto For yulo In tho classllled columns of tho Ironwood Pally Globe. Many doslrablo homos aro ot- tered on tho partial payment plan. READ FOR PROFIT USE FOR RESULTS I BY IRON COUNTY MEN Two More Raids Made by Sheriff Over Week-End, As a result of two raids conduclcc' night by Sheriff Joseph Yn- ant and his assistant, "Richard Knlll Kd. LoClalro of Morcor paid a fine of and uoet-s in Hurley muni' iil court today foi bciox.e possoasloi ind II. Oormley paid anc 'osts. Ho was arraiKiicd on a slmtl.v charge. Tho court wnrned both men that 1 they wcro arrested again on n. boon hargis they would bo jailed wlthou illernatlvo of paying a tine. Claire conducts a boarding bans for Himberjackos at Mercer. Ho sail Ho found Iho boov.o In a pile of log and brought It lo his homo. Tho eour and offlcora did not hollovo bis stor> however, for numerous complaints IUK been mado about the place, Gormlo. h.ut a roadhotiae a mile oast of Jlerco known as a notorious vosort. BRIDE OF TWO WEEKS IS BURIEDJJN SUNDAY A brlclo of two weeks, Mrs. Bcrnan Kelly of Sand Hock died at tbo Aah land' hospital. Vunoral services wer conducted at thc Presbyterian churc In Hurley yesterday afternoon. Ph married two weeks ago to Per nard Kelly, section foreman at Sani Hock. Two months ago sho hnd a operation at an Ironwood hospital fo relict from appendicitis. When sh was stricken with another ailment, i was found she was too weak to operated on. NO SERIOUS AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS HERE SUNDAY As far as Is known, Ironwood bad n serious automobllo accidents Sunday This ia considered very unusual In th face of tho fact that many now auto mobile drivers havo boon added to th list of motor vehicle operators th season. None of the hospitals hero re ported any automobllo accidents toda as a result Sunday traffic. Government Asks Germany for Lusitan- ia Heads List. (By A Washington, May a wnr 111 agfrrnRatlnB already relented attains! Germany hv tho Jnltod on behalf of Itself nnd Illxoiui, to the1 mixed claims oommla- lon, a ooriHldcrablc number of other Inlms await sottlemcnt through dlp- omatlc channols. i The rlalniR (lied with (he ommlsilon, aeenrdliiR to tho reports f Robert CJ. Morris, Amerlciin HKenl, mdo publlf today, ournprliie the vast ullc poncllnw nxiilnnt Oeimiinv, but do nt IncHulo mnnv fllocl ifter the time mil April 10, last, as fixed by the ommlsnlon. These nte to bo adjusted y Iho slate tlepjitniont with tho fior- inn fornlKn off Iro With tho heading ho rommlsilon's docket, henrliiRS ,al- oudy havo boon bopun by thn mixed lalms commission on whkh Edwin 'arK-or, In tho American oommlsilon- r and Dr, Wllhelm ICIeaselliach tho rorman coniinissUmer, foiinor ustk'O (if tho supremo court a UTipIro to ilooldo ,mv disputes lift two commlHilonors. Tho commission plans frcciuont set- iiffs In tho future Tho procedure loi prcspiilnllon b> Mr. Morris, .iRent, f Iho fuels and tho aw nnd oial .1 i i'no. is and prepared jrlut'.s Is K'lven Karl ,'on l.owlrviki, Hiiiii'in iKont to con- facts on l.nv polnls. Tho uni- ilro will function decisively only on llsiiproomonls as to liability or imounts of danuiKCH 1ho and commissioners, Washington, May H former associate juatlco of tho Suprorno court, todav prosentod to 'resident Harding his resignation 'ii implro of.tho mixed clalins commlb- eicm. Mt explained to the president ils ilcslro to toslfin was duo to recOK- iltlon of Iho enormous amount of work f.ioliiK tho commission wllh claims imountlnt; to lo soLUocl ind In his bollol that M younger and stronger man should bo In clrirge of Iho work of .idlusllnp claims on which ho Arnoiicnn and Ciennan commis- sloneis aro unable to agree Tho resignation bocomosi effective immediately l''lrs  Miss Alvlna Klrseh- h.uitn of r'nsKvllIe. Win., and Miss llardv nnd rivde rotter, tho Inttcr, n hi-olhor of tho (lend Klrl of Mount Jiope. Miss wns tho driver of nn automobile that turned over near T.nn- cimii'r hint Pocomhor, roHUllliiK In the death of K. V. Jiiokson, inivelliiK Direct Negotiations Only Way Foreigners Can be Saved from Death. WARN PEKING GOVERNMENT Itu Aiiiuieiittetl Pcklno, Chini, Miiy Heports that troops pro IlrInK on Uin Shnnluna; hnnilltn were resolved todny by dip- lomatic corps whleh Immodliilely flriift- od n now note to thn foreign offlen nsK'- IIIK tl'o Ohlnnse ROvornmenl how It reconciled Its promises to proeiirn tlm tollcf of ihn forelnn niptlws njul trnnsplrlnR slneo thnt unco As n jinrllninonl not nfiffi on rallllc.itlon of tho prosldnntlnl ap- pointment of Dr. WollliiRton Koo iiilnlster, tho forolgn office Is still ofi'lolnlly without a honrt. AWAITING A rs In ShanluiiK "nre fiilllo" unlnsn thorn Is forolitsi ropresenOUIon on thn ii'ivornment deloKiitlon In opinion of Amnrlcjin ohsirvwrn on today by tho AmcrleJin wtntn :lopnrtinenl The dlspntohes tlint Hoy Andoifion, of Innn resi- dence, mill intlmiito, assoelndi wllh bandits and RovnrnniPiil nnielnls In riilnu, mlKht bn chosen to nonotlato with this hrlRiindn nnd provMn with sluto Hiimmnry of UIP nil- rushed into Iho houso and found his body riddled with Holt, ,i bachelor, had boon residing alono in u houso on Iho bay Mioro for some time, and on complaint ot neigh ISSUE WARRANT FOR COLONY CULT CHIEF An Ironwood automobllo wmt Htiill'od In ono of tho holes at mid night Suliirdny nnd wllh tho nld of n number of inon who happened to panning, eiiroule lo fishing nil-earns, he before. County I was able_lo pull out of the, hole. Road Othorwiso Good, Kxcepi for iho two bad holes on the MiircnlHcu road, driving is not diffi- cult. At ono place roud constriicllon Is under way, but the road may bo no- gntltitcd with comparative. Jjisyond rpson, lion county, another bad hole has iippearcd, It was n- "The only hopn of (inrllor rnllef ot the prisoners Is by direct foreign ROlllltlollH" London, Mny A dlspulch from Klwnglvil reporting (hn rolflarin by Iho Chinese biindllw of Miiuuol Voroa, wlfo of a Moxleiin nmniifucturer, wiys (hut fourlijon innln prisoners Hllll hold by thn brlRTinds nro llvliifs under terrible coixlltlonti. Mm, was exhauslod when nhp od K Minor Offense is Charged by Former Member, Associated Press) Superior, May Btenm- er K. U. Dcmmor of tbo Milwaukee Western Vuol company, went down about SO miles below Thunder Bay Is- land, following a collision with the steamer, Silnni, according to dis- patches received bore. Members of the Demmor's crew es- caped In life bouts. Tho colislon oc- rrecl In a fog aboul 7 o'clock Sunday morning. The1 Demmcr was on tho way to Milwaukee, with a cargo of coal. The Saturn suddenly loomed up In her path nnd crashed Into tho starboard Bide. After the cra-sh the Stiturn hacked away nnd was lost In the fog. NoUiing further has boon hoard from thc Sa- turn. Sault Stc, Mario, .May seven members of thc crow of the crew of the steamer K U. Dcmrncr ar- rived hero early today. Thc crew barely bad time to take to Iho boats before tho Demmor wont down. Twen- ty-six members of tho crow were pick- ed up by the steamer 11, U Tho other members were rescued by tho sle.imcr K, Katies. The, where- abouts of tho S.Hiim Is not known here. Port Huron, Mich., May steamer, .Saturn, nrrlved ,it Iho mouth of tho riser here todny with lier bow bndly damiigod, the result of a colli- sion'off Thunder Buy wllh the hlcamer, Demmcr. A wrecking tug nnd lighter stationed at Detroit nro cnroute here to assist tho Baturn. EXCAVATING'UNDER WAY FOR NEW JONES BUILDING was under way today on Aurora, street, next to the narrow building, for the new Jones structure that will b0 nroctod there. Work on tho fotimUtion will bo started In a t'sw days. Tho building will built oi brick. MOTORCYCLE FOUNDER DIES, Milwaukee, May C. Davidson, father of Walter William A. and Arthur Davidson, founders oC tho Karlcy-Davldaon Motor company, died, alter a brlel illness .here Saturday. COMPLETE ASSESSMENT OF BADGER RAIL PROPERTY Madison, May Dahl income tax bill reported to the assembly by tho llnance committee without rec- ommendation was sent back to tho committee todny Speaker Dahl ruled that It luuld nut bu rcculvud by tho lower hoiibo without a committee re- port either favorable or unfavorable to pansa'go of the measure. The assessment of lallrond proper- ties in Wisconsin completed today by the tax commission shows a. vulua- amouiillnE to This Is an Increase lu valuation in tax over 1322. Pnsi) St. Joseph, Mich., May war- rant charKlnu Benjamin Ptirnoll, head of the House of Diivld colony, with n minor offenso was In tho bunds of tho grand Jury Investigation wns Sheriff George r.rldgeman today while awaiting the return ot .Tudgo Harry JJIngeman. Thc warrant issued at this request of Attorney General Uaugherty was .sworn to by Helen Batisc.liako Couch, .1 former member of tho colony. It Is taahod on charge Hint Purncll made improper overtures lo Mrs. Couch wblln hho wa.s a member ot tho cult. The warrant charges commission of a felony, an offense that is nod extra- ditable. Attorney General Uaugherty describes It, however, as an emergen- cy measure that within tho sttite would empower members of tho state police ported todaj. Tho cluyiKh quick siind, shoots tip as If from n goyner when automobiles pn.f.s over the Burfacc, it was said. AUGUSfANASUTPENDS STUDENT; WOMAN HURT Abolition of Fraternities is Threatened, Slinnflliii, Cliinn, It. H u pbynli'lan rcturnlntr from n. relief mlHslon to the Phnnlmiir mmm tains the prisoners nro held by tho linndltH, today thnt thn cDiici'nsu'n of iho nlon lunonK tlni onptlvos was that forolun Intorvnntlon was i ho only pflfiHlblo iiieann nf effect- inff their roloiiso. Th'i bandits, Dr. Mnrlnnn wild, tejlv illKcii'illl nnd distrust niliiosc of- llclals and itio to deal wllh foi OlKlllTS. Cli'ivuller Munr'O, wenllhv Jlnllan iiiioriipv of ShiinKhnl, nun nf thn cup- wrote K'lyliiK i hut I'IP biindlf worn Biinoundnil bv troops. He initial llrool noKoiliiilon.s botwcon forolun of- tUlals anil tho IrinOltH, Jhlnoso from thn parleys Immedl.'ito Btpps should ho itnkoii Ho milled, "othorwlso wo will bo killed utiilf of honlih In voiy bnrt. I iwnlt don'ii fulmly." WINDSTORM DOES DAMAGE TO WISCONSIN DISTRICT (fly Rocl< May Aboli to take rurnell Into cnstdy. .ludgo Dingoman faces a busy week; tho fifth of tho investigation uixm his return from Detroit tonight. Tic has tntlmnted that filluro of colony lead- ers to prodmo lllldorpha Smith, wanted ns a witness, will result In jail sentences for some of them. A raid upon the colony by members ot tbo state polleo also was mentioned ns a possibility for thc corning week. FIND POPPIES FOR POPPY DAY ARE MADE IN BERLIN (nv Astoclatcd. PrraK) Codar Rapids, la.. May red bought by an American post here to celebrate poppy day, .May were discovered today to boar tho label "mudo in linn of nil fraternities AuRUstanii, l.ulliDran collcKo and seminary, Is throutoned ns a result of recent es- capades of students. Ono of thorn, Klmor Gilbert of Mdr- Inottc, Win., has been suspended by the faculty for n, year because of his arrest by tho pollco on a charge nf disorderly conduct, Kivo other stud- ents uro fdclng prosecution for caus- ing nn nntomobili) collision In which a young woman had her skull fnie- tur'cd and may die. Mr. f.llbort would hnve graduated In Jun0 and his suspension has turmoil among the students, whom ho is popular. Tlio Legion has a meeting for tonight to decide whether to burn them or not. It has Information also that several other Jowa cities has simil- arly labeled popples. ASKS Washington, May Representa- tive Kcar, republican of Wisconsin de- clared he would a-sk Governor Leon- ard Wood of tho Phllliplnc.s for facts regarding charges that members of Congress lecclved pay from the Phll- lipico independence commission. CLARA STILL HOPES TO AVOID RETURNING HOME Prrts) Teguciflalpa, May 1'hll- llps, the Callfornln. "hammer murder- o.ss'1 Hlill has hope ot avoiding extra- dition to the United HUilos tho fact that officer from Ange are hero to Identify her and extradition papers uro presumably arn on the Way, She spent (his morning plnylntc cnnlf with her sister. Etta May Jackson, In pciirod In low spirits, she expressed the hopes to an Imorvlewcr that some way may bo found to prevent extra- DR. ZIEGFELD DIES. Chicago, May Klorunce Held, 82, founder and preDldunt of th< Chicago musical college and one, of thc foremost musical educators of the world, died at his home here of pisnu- monlii. Jin was the father of Klo fcld Jr., theatrical producer of. New York. Prrftl Rieine, Wit., 21.- -A windstorm Into Hiiturday did ronsld- d'liniiKo In Hurllnnion nnd vlil- nlty KniMisoH, Inrns 'ind Hinnllor stnn UiroH won- blown down vhtlo niimor- OUH persons had narrow oRonpos, no ono wns Injured Visibly the only slnulo Inslniuo of romilllnif from the storm ooturrod nn the fnrm of 1' ,1 Vorhalon .two nilloii ntilnldo tho elty v hero ii burn WIIH 'I .ind it roof of n hnyshpfl blown Vorbiilen was mllklnft In b'iseinpnt of iho hnin nnd hnd it nar- row escape from demli I M PRESsTvTcEREMONIES MARK VOROVSKY FUNERAL' AmnfMnl I'trti) Moscow, Rimia, 21. Tho body of VdHlnv VoroMiky, iho soviet roprt1- sfnt itlvo .it tho l.auHiimio (onforonofs, on May 10, vonltiK Ijoslrlo the wnlls of who was H bijrl-v) l.isi hlsti'rk Kremlin. A orowd parked inn xrp.it s'li.nio and overflowed Into tb" slreots beyond, In the hrlRlit numhino of iho Hummer evening 10 witness slmpl" peromony Ills grnvi1 In beside that of John for. ITIPV lender of HIP communist pirty nf America. There wan no religious to the ceremony. THE WEATHER T.'PPF.K MICHIGAN Knlr tonight mid Tuesdny, probably becoming un- settled In west portion Tuesday night. Not much In lempora- lure. IVoljuhly doii'ly pro! able, showers In southwest por- tions tonight, or Tuesday and In cen- tral portions Tuesday, Slightly warm- er In PMrome cast portion tonight, Tom pcra M ixlmum for H hours ending at 12 o'clock noon today, 60, minimum for iho come period. It. INEWSPAPERif SlEWSFAPERl   

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