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   Moberly Democrat (Newspaper) - July 27, 1919, Moberly, Missouri                                PAGE TWO I f MOEE11LT MO DEMOCRAT SUNDAY jTJi7 WILSON ACTS TO BAR ARMS FROM MEXICO President Issues proclamation to Enforce Embargo Against Ship ment of War Munitions Into Southern Republic Washington D C July terest again was centered upon the of arms or munitions of war pro cured from the United States as con templated by the said joint resolu tion andact of congress and I do hereby admonish all citizens of the United States and every person to ab itsin from evcry violation of the provisions of the joint resolution and Some Facts About Shantung Lets have no peace treaty aud no League of Nations because the Japs are to administer Shantung Lets j raise more armies and build more j navies and once more send forth sons from every home in the land to face MISSOURI STATE LETTER flaming guns on alien soil all be cause of Shaimins Thisis the cry ByA TEdmonsion Jefferson City July cratic efficiency versus republican extravagance and carelessness is forcibly and impressively shown by exceiptsfrom a tablegiving the cost terest again t Mexican situation last night when the uci of congress above set torth here State Department made public a I by rwdo applicable to Mexico and I iVocHamafflon bar President Wilson j uo hereby warn them Uat all viola tVghteniBg theembargo upon the ad1 tons of such provisions will be mission of arms and ammunition into righteously prosecuted Mexico in which the president asserts And f do hereby enjom upon all that I have found there exists in Mexico such conditions of domestic violence promoted by the of arms or munitions of war procuced from the United States as contem plated by the said joint resolution raised by SenatorsLodge and Knox Missourj Of criminal cases andthe and their political allies it Washingtie for the appre teii But how was it when shantung heusiou of the suppression was first plundered from China i onUawry and for execution Was it not when a republican presJ dent of civil laws cov ering the 79 years from November 1S4n o rjeeemiber 31 11S with the execution of the laws ruled with Lodge Knox and and his end men All of us re member the shameful leal compnation by the republican state ser of Germany lusting for OriejlUa i auditor George EHaclcmann giv possessions and robbing helpless publicity through the report of China of the great Shantung Province auditol 19i7i9is a vol and act of congress The resolution referred to was passed by congress in March 1014 and under its provisions shipments of arms and munitions into Mexico have been kept under more or less strict control The action of the president in issuing another procla mation severe in the restrictions it imposes and calling upon all to obey his injunctions is generally accepted here as an indication that the United detetvmined that recent de demandfirm action by this nation The presidential proclamation was prepared July 12 before Secretary oi State Lansing returned from Prance and hears the signature of Frank L PolK Undersecretary oC State as well as that of the president It is considered of great significance that this date was but three days af ter Polk had conferred with 20 rep resentatives Of American oil inter ests in Mexico who came here to dis cuss with the Department of State siiid members of congress the dis tressing conditions in the Tampico and Panuco oil fields and ask thai steps he taken for protection of American lives and property It was noted with interest also tha the presidents proclamation aftei referring to the congressional reso lutioa used the words And where as by the same act of congress it ii provided in section 8 thereof as fol ution and act of Congress and this myproclamation issued thereunder ihcl in bringing to trial and punish uent any offenders against the same AndI direct and authorize the ouic ers and enlisted men of the army of thtf United States to observe like dil gence in preventing such violations ind in causing offenders to be turned over to the appropriate civil author ties for trial and punishment accord ng to law lows The president may employ such af the utmost diligence violations of the said joint reso in prevent1 American president the American ibuton to taxpayers in piemen the balance Qf looked on with indifference AH During the first half of the term oC the present democratic governor flJilLCjJiCOClllVAC IH tvitJi ft rights it will be remembered were j Fledericl D Gardtler years 1917 relinquished to a Icaiser for a hundred years These rights were later trans ferred by China to Japan in a secret treaty and Japan with the knowl edge arid consent of the other na state of Missouri with an estimated July 1 191S population of 3525000 paid as costs criminal cases and for NKBRASKA 1KOPKSSOB GISTS RARE DECORATION New York July M M Fogg professor of rhetoric in charge of journalism in the university of Nebraska who recently returned from service in the Army Educational Corps as director of the College of Journalism of the American Expedi tionary Force university Beaume Cote dOr France was decorated by the French Republic in recognition of his services as head of the college The minister of public instruction L Lefttrre conferred upon him the Palmes Academique the officer d Academic This decoration which was established by Napoleon in 1SOS and which has been given to but few foreigners is awarded in Prance to heads of universities and colleges andto professors attaining high dis tinction iu science or letters In the College of Journalism one of the twelve colleges of the A EF University with nearly 10000 stud ents and a faculty of 053523 stud on rpsristered in the seven courses The president may emyiujr ents 11 part of the land or naval forces of The faculty numbered seventeen all the United States as he may deem pracjical newspapermen three of neceSa 4 to caW out the purposes or whom were professors in American universities and fourteen of whom were drawn directly from the army Ten American and French jour nalists connected with the peace con ference were procured to lecture to the students As part of their labor atory work the students issued Tlfts American E F University News a fourpage weekly which carried no advertisements The U S Signal Corps furnished it radio service Democrat office for firstclass job edge arid consent of the other na apprehension of criminals and tions proceeded to take possession j OE outlawry a total of with her army aud robber ousting another All of these trans actions were international outrages Under the League of Nations they and 1910 Missouris popu could not have been perpetrated atjon then being 3293335 or a llt But are weo going to war again to a total of In contrast is the first two years of the administration of the republican governor Herbert S Had oust Japan from Shantung Are we going to have no peace tor the pres ent andnone in the future because of Shantung And are we to he driven intosuch a course by men like Knox and Lodge who did not so much as raise their voices in protest when the kaiser pillaged the China or who had province from nothing to say when Japan was wresting it from the Germans three years ago The fact is Knox Lodge and Borah are glad Shantung was not given back to Chi na It furnished another excuse for opposing peace and a League of Na tions Pnris Appen1 The concluding paragraphs of the proclamation considered to he of the utmost significance just at this time are as follows Now therefore I Woodrow Wil son president of the United States of America acting under and by virtue of the authority conferred in me by the said joint resolution and act ot congress do hereby declare and pro claim that I have found that there exist in Mexico such conditions of do Income Tux Collector Ior MoberlV A government income tax adviser and collector will likely be stationed at Moberly as well as in most of tho other county seat towns in Missouri under a reorganization ot the system of collecting internal revenue Presi det Wilson has approved the plan The plan is to putthe collector and tax expert in easy reach of the Not only will theincome tax be handled by these collectors but they will also handle the soft drink luxury and all forms of internal rev enue taxes The several thousand em ployes used incollecting whisky tax before prohibition went into eltect will now be used in collecting of th income tax printing SAYS U S TROOPS MUST STAY IX SIBKftlA Informs Somite Thai Presence Vital Element in Restwiition oi1 TralVic on mestic violence promoted by the use rawny men and husky boys H ejoice in BRAVOS taste nd when the housewife tests its joys ery oft the phone employs Qrdering by the case WEBER ICE CREAM BOTTLING WORKS Moberly Mo ARE YOU AETNA1ZED If not you had better get one of our Aetna Combination Automobile Policies e complete protection against These Policies g Collision Property tho larpest Old Line Company in Public Liability at a 60 REDUCTION from Kates of any other Company operating in Moberly Fire Theft backed by THE TALBOT AGENCY 2nd floor iiss Bide Moberly Mo r 71 per cent less than what it now estimated to be when the tate paid as costs in riminal cases 7419 for the ap rehension of criminals and suppres Fatorie IWs an extra ply m that of com j 1912 witnesses a disbursement by the State of for costs in criminal cases and for the on of outlawry and for the imniai cases ana lor fnve1Pi nf law a apprehension of criminals and the hat whenFohlasked for waivers he pushed him out of the league for the vaivers were granted as a matter of and enforcement of law a otal of The figures just submitted ompiled by tate auditor republican and appearing in suppression a total of first six monthsof the second half of Governor Gard ners term the States share of crim tate auditor ana awpearng iu7 did exceed able No 48 ou page 19 Report of ie State Auditor H917 and 191S re official antl therefore cannot be isputed by any doubting g o p With a larger population to hold i check and the disturbed condi of the war to contend with hrough general efficiency and a bus uesslike administration of all prpb ems criminal and otherwise Gov rnor Gardner kept his total criminal those of any six months period of the first two years A Jvoat State Treasury XcstEsjr Tbis even gait i6it continues and it will unless serious riots or race or labor troubles Wreak oiitj some where in Missouri betweennow and the close of 1920 will save the com monwealth taxpayers approximately over thetotal spent for the osts for the State the two years some purpose during the entire Had leriod 1917 and 1918 ower than was the case during the wo years period 1909 and 191Q vhen Hadley ley administration State criminal costs the fouryear periods of both the Major and the imes were Jess chaotic a saving to issouri taxpayers through compe ent and efficient democratic rule of over 357 per cent ost Kicoicls Broken Back to 1883 The best part of the record break governor and administrations were nearly even totaling ior the jor regime and lSS for thead vent of the mysterious stranger But it must now be forgotten that when Klliott W Majorbecame gov ernor one of the first problems he faced was to again suppress ontlaw you get into the race then be was askedVmd he replied Well if I got T could ms nomination and I course The controversy is interesting be cause it is likely erable of a muss amonj fans who have begun to mutter at Fohl who they what he should have with a team as city race I would be powerful as the Indians Turner j knQW jjiasouri l know egun claim has not done epujinan charged that Fohl got rid of him be cause he feared that he Fohl might be supplanted by the veteran infielder tJlt ULCU A the people and the alliances and I wouldnot be afraid to mukoMe race Asked what he thought pfc demo HE BE KJvECTEW C S SENATOR In aninterviewat Columbia Mo Governor Gardner asked whether he would enter the racs for United States senator replied I am chiefly concerned now about the state ad ministration and have not time for politics about a little later Undoubtedly the democrats will have to put up their cleanest men m the future For Appendicitis Arthur McDonald was operated on for appendicitisearly Saturday morn ing at Woodland hospital We are glad to state he responded to the operation nicely ng smallness of thecost to the state j fy in St Louis and Kansas City or criminal cases ofthe first two Lid nining in full blast veaVs of Governor Gardners term as day ard night with the full executive helmsman is still to be edge and consent of the police and told The total disbursements ot without either state country ormu Vlissouri for this purpose during the nicijjal license Handbook men op wo years considered not only out anclgambilnghous shines any accomplishment in this es were us numerous as lid clubs respect by the Haaley regime but These were some of the evils Gov also breaks allsimilar democratic Joseph W Folk put out of business records for any two years hack to the while he was governor but they re WashiiigLou July Wilson informed the senate yester day in response to a resolution bj Senator Johnson republican of Cal iforniathat the presence of Ameri can troops in Siberia was a vital ele ment in the restoration and main tenance of traffic on the Siberianrail and that under the agreemen with Japan they could be withdrawn only when the American railway ex perts operating the road were with drawn The president said Sibterii could be protected from1 a Iurthe period of chaos and anarchy only b keeping therailroad open and tha lacking the prime essentials of lif he people there were lookingto th United States and the Allies for eco nomic assistance This already is he ing extended and additional are to he sent forward Roving bands having no connec tion with any organized governnien in Russia are menacing the railroac the president said and consequent its protection by the military is net essary American troops he said now are engaged in guard duty at Vladi vostok and around Verchne Udinsk small body also is at Harbin The origmal purposes oi the American military expedition Mr Wilson wrote were twofold the sav ing the CzecboSlovak forces and the steadying of the efforts of the Russians at selfdefense or the estab lishment of law and order in which they might be willing to accept as sistance MajorGeneral Graves command ing the expedition ol SOOO specifically directed not to inter fere in Russian affairs the president said but to support wherever nec essary John F Stevens the Ameri can railway engineer who is carry ing out the work of rehabilitating the the Siberian railroad underthe di rection of the interallied committee Misses Nellie and Mary Spann of Pittsfield 111 are guests of their cousin Miss Bernice Everding These young ladieslived in Moberly when they were small girls and are renewing their acquaintance with childhood friends twayear period 1SS118S2 when thetotal States share of criminal costs only reached But Missouris population then was only 216S3SO or 305 per cent less than what it is now Omitting the twoyear period 1SS11SS2 the state criminal costs of 1917 and 191S going back still further holds the record for smallness back to the period 1S71 1S72 a biennial epoch for which the total reached with a state population of only 1750000 The second half of the Hadley ad ministration tlie years 1911 and turned with republican rule I Major renewed the war j on lid clubs handbook men and j gambling houses the restoration of law and order piling up the states share of criminal costs during his reign of four years Why Worry and Fret to prciniii ior your SUN DAY OIVNKB when you can a 50c SPJSCIAIj CHICKEN the AVABASH JjUNCK KOOiNLal Union Sta tion operated by Union Co uiKler ncv SLNDAA DINNER fiojii 13 ra fo i MI Relish SlicedTomatoes Sliced Cucumbers Soup Cream of Celery Soup Choice of Fried SDrlug MilkFed Chick en Country Style Individual Chicken Pie PrimeRibsoE Beef an jus Vegetables String Beans Corn on Cob MashedPotatoes Dessert Tutti FruttiIce Cream and Cake Drinks with Dinner Tea Coffee Ice Tea Out1 kitchen and ico boxes are spotlessly clean and sanitary jtiid open to the public for in spection Whenyou aie dowi town shopping why hurry home to prepare your lunch von can pet afnsfc class Merchants Xooudavi ULiich1 consisting n ciioke of ihcjite vegettu dessert and choice or rs tor 35c at the room at Union Station operated by UNION NEWS CO Indians Kov Ovei Turner By H C Hamilton New York July Turner has emitted aloud wail over the fact that he has been released by the Cleveland Amer ican league club He claims that Lee Fohl Cleveland manager consistent ly treated him with injustice aud that if for this fact he would be playing shortstop now for the In dians or second base with AVamby covering the shortfield The height of injustice was reached heavers Lunte aninexperienced youth was sent to shortstop to replace Ray Chap man when the latter was injured leaving Turner on the bench To which the Cleveland club makes reply that Turner has been practical ly valueless to the Indiausfor four years in spite of the fact that for a number of years Cotton Top was known everywhere as the best infield er in the American league Turner also spilled a long protest overthe fact that when hewas re leased last fall the releasewas recall ed leaving him the property of the Cleveland club instead of permit tins him to dicker with other clubs for a 1919 berth Turner until his release was one of the oldest players in the American league in point of service His first major league engagement was with the Pirates but it brief dura tion and he was shunted to Colum bus in the American league with which organization he remained until Cleveland came along and boosted him up again in 1904 He has been with the club ever since YOUR MONEY OURmBANK Once believe in batiks Vas ei field bat was hammered out an average of 30Sin 103 games Turner halts atgoing to the min ors He claims there is league baseball fa f money That in the now along with money that the said fan ncr received for his crop Our bank is a safe place for your rooiiey Put your money Jit ombank you wiU deceive three per cent interest BftNK rft FRIENDLY BUNK Jf FURNITURE SALE Commneces Saturday 26th Coihe early and get your share of the many bar gains at M BIERMAN 111113 North Williams Street Phone IT UXITED STATES KABRO A D AOMO ATtOX Director General of Railroads W ABASH BAlJiROAB in Time Effective Sunday July 27th I a m change in Passenger St Louis   

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