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Moberly Monitor-Index (Newspaper) - August 26, 1919, Moberly, Missouri i i VOLUME 1 Member Aesocialcd NEW METHOD DEALING WITH TAXING JOWEK NOT TO UK Chuirman llntfffcm CotninhUo Not MOBERLY TtTESDAY AUGUST 26 1919 Moborly Monitor Established 1800 Mobcrly Irutex EstnliliahecJ 48 of Jit Fnvor Li Incoming Alien Problem ceivcB Attention o Committee Ilo WOULD OFKEATE TO EXOfcUDE COOLIM Under the BinBeing Prepared Alienn Requires Foreigners to Have PasnportB With Time method of dealing with tho Incoming problem in embodied in H bill boing prepared by tho ItoiiHe Immi gration Committee It in regards Use jnonl dniHiic menBiire of in kind ever prejienled to Adoption of the bill would mean framonr miy Hlerid fulfillment of the fioeallod ngive swent between the United SUf and Japan with renpeciio immigration mid would keep out Japaneflo cooling Under the ooUTaktlwra agreement Japan in obliged to Hend no eoolloH tq this country but it to charged Unit the records diHcloHc that thoy arrivo by Hie rhouimridfl with pjififtportH an mbrcliiintfl liiudcmU and OK like Oheo hero it JH alleged they remain no nd for picluro brldcK rntop fmn and their children become items of the United Statca by right f birth KcpreHcntnlivo Albert Johimon of Hoquiiim Waidu chairman of the Jloiuw Imniigrfltlon Oommltlee In charge of the preparation nf ihe bil Aug Tin taxing powor of the governmonl will not be invoked lo ooiitro I he eolrl Htorage irtdtiHlry and lo force food fttuffH fiuL of Kioragwithin given time IfmiiH It in Ihe mmMmffii of Iho agricul tural committee thai federal regi i plan providing fora limn limit holding in cold food SINGLE NATIONAL RAILROAD SYSTEM ificoiiBin SolonHas Plan Pro viding for Voice By Ml Concerned VICTIM CRUYE for produehi buntd upon the nuturo of tho and farefully Innpeeled aft er the adopt oil for the wiforci mcnt of iho pure food and drug net It IK the bcillrf among tiio vminbnft that Uio abtiHe of th cold Htorngo Hervioo IH not HO flagrant an to war rant federal JicnwiJng of tho 11 NAMED BF PBESIDKNl1 of All of the Hail roaclM of tho Country Would Bo By One Company y In Attmnptiafr ft KANSAS Mnuked and a Mbldup haiuf Tony ruyc a and er mcthlH deatljJrn iv Tho only thing demanded by iho pub lic no far ai Ihe evidence adduced by I lie commit eo ban gone In hat producln Hhnll not bo hoarded and that all coiiBiimable product nhall reach fhe diHtribulinjT eentern of tho counlry where there IM a nhorlngo in order thai priccH Khali not Hoar riiirvoy W Wihy lian been fin ployedby the committee mi an expert on the control of cold Hlortige of ami other fruit The committee oxpecla to elotui all honrlitgii thin aft ernoon and lo begin at once the fram ing of Icglulution for piiHiiago the pri bill by flnya tho recjniromcnt that iiHonii land ing at American porto niUHl Iwve pprfH with a time limit will break up tho great inflow of foreignerH The Jblil provider that isllenH coinfiig1 with in exempt Ion of tho preHoiit own government wioweiV by consular agents of UnUtul Hlalon mid itCd H8 tO tlmrS Hut tho bill does not atop AlfohH who under present eligible would b milled to come to the United wltlibul panttpoHB providing Htatu in writing their belief they intend to renidc bore and aiv per they that bo eonO They nuutl agree t rrginler at leant onco a year fnilurQ todo HO being u ewiHu for deports lionKailure to take out flrftt papers at tinend of two yearn residonee ia caiiHO for deportation After taking out pupem aliens remain bore five yearn for final iiHhip with a l Into allowance for knowledge of tho oloimuitfl of the American plan of government and proficiency In tho lOngliish If an alien doen not require fchlp in oight years he ht HenL The eommlllce hopes to provido n plan by which of eontiguoin territory Canada and Mexico may vifllt the United HliiUiif on card a mied annunlly Chairman Johnnon la tryinic to have CongrrHjt fjend a apodal com inlttoo HaHtern and mid dle went the Pacific eoant toiHltidy tho Japunem fdlualion We want Iho ICanl to nludy he wnid ImmigrnntH now come fto th United StateH froely and aro to pitfw mental and pltyoieal Johnnon explaining his bill Many elannoH HueH ai law yovM teaelunfl ntudentH und are exoniplod from llieno that it w oomo with limited That to Hay tluY are an and not u proK poctlve If one conu an he muni so suite In writing place himself Mt repoving a ntutefl That in all UiVro lit to it Vhltora aiM welcome Wo hnvo Itnni forx tmniiKfir U hut haVo a rfuavanlee att to their Umtod dosiraJHHty and tlulr to aetjulro not only American but all UnU th eon of the eommittee nay U la not likely bill minponding grution ftr any atatod period eouhl PIVHH A year ago i have panned they add Thero is a according to for a provision in Uie for deportation of allow who wilhdvmv thoir first paperti In to with the States armedfore 18 of tu Chairman of tho commit ted wild that tho perfected bill would be before that ilouiie either tho laHl ttS Ihfu week or thu flrnl part of next With tho enactment of the bill into law Iho committee will await 1U operation lo ancertain whetiier lional lawn necewary U S INTO RKTAIL BUSINESS Govflitunont Will Opun Up Chain of Thvoujfhout tho Couit Iry SoptV 25 lomlior U5 tall ntoresi cities and to the publio of all embraced in tho war de HurplviB will begin on It in planned to opcirrb in tho M yono supply probably in may other eitiew Whuro no depots or warehoUHtm aro located eatalogn witli lintn and of thp articlun and pricefi will bo iwniud s elui nhlrtH rain eoatu biankotH Hoapntobaeco and many otlmr cmnmoditieH ar0 iiutlud el in tho mirplms to bivnold AIH DEKHY RESUMED I1KU MINKOhA 1 Aug New YorkToronto air race grratord aoro derby WUH rcHumed morn Ing under inuth better weather con ditioiiH than marked the atmoupherc here yeHlerdav morning Five planeti had mado Iheir gotawny before A M Lieut Win Marker In the capturd arrived ai ih20 ocdoek fourth aviator to reach Mineola from Toronto ALHANY N V AUK20 lieul Crohoro an oulry in tho air race from Minoola to Toronto in boikwed to have boon badly injured when bin plami enudied into a trro near hero at U oclock thin afternoon un eonHtiowj whon taken to the hoHpllal unorgeney treatjnont EAT OLIVES Z DEAD AUIANCK Ohm WASHINGTON Aug glo national Hyntem of rail roue to vateiy owned in advocated In a introducedin the iMMiale today Lcnrootof WtoconHin Mini mum onrniiigH would bo guaranteed by the government and thonmmiKc Hlmrod in by nhippcrn Hocurity holders ownorH cmpioyen the public under tin complex of the nUtUililc Lcnroot Hit Id that ho be lieved bin plan would anortl the max imum degree of protectionfor all who are concerned in the matter of trann portallon of piuixcngorM mid freight thut lie ahd included for every individual or biminem af fected by Hervieo and rntea and at Iho Kiime time ho imfd it way bin cion vicHimi that1 Hueli a plan would in Kiire both eeonomy ami oineieney In triumjiortalloiii The oiitHlanding fcaturcs of the bill are 1 Ownernhip and operation of all of the railroadttby one company under public control 2 Management of thin company under tlio HUjiervittion of the Inter Htato Commerce TommJHBion by a board coMNtoting of 11 directors locted by tho Prenidont from by and Cniyiwaw nhot 10 in an attempted 1 v at Uir Morvhantfl and Cruy loade build fired by of Room Accompanied by mrmk ed men Oruye the fourth floor of iho hotel imljjjcfcked in the door of Room IOJJ with Room 10 men in tiie roomM yelled Ilandn HI ruck in the rifilit cd to the elevator entcMj It turnol on tinpower and elevator Hlop al tlicfftVit floor F R COMMITTEE MAKES SWEEWING TREATY CHANGES v Eant Hope of Aclmmistration for Ratification of1 Tltoaty Disappears Witli Act WILL By Straight Party Vote of 0 to ASKS 7 Agreement Was RlcacliocV to Eliminate Amoricii From 50 Places came to a Tom Hand Albort Taylor allns HpidtiVVSjbllyf werc tho companionH of After I heir leader wan trio Clel down he the front door re F a bullet wound the WASHINGTON By a Htraight party vote of U to 7 thu Re in control of tho noimto forolKit rolatloim committed agreed1 today to amend oxlually the Treaty of VfTHiiillcH on a scale HO righl from Patrolman Paul the fleeing men Sergt William near Tenlir ulroet heard tiic nhooiing Willig and then saw Volvor of purnued llogtfjl fltandiag roadway irolman i Iaylor running north on Sorpl arrcHted HamlMW Taylor aa to eliminate reproHontation United StatcH on almoHl all created by tho bytho of the treaty tho atatu Gommcrcd Htativ raiMoad who curried revolvtrfi Hell was lakeji to the pilai The men in the gave their namon as M Hrown and H corroborated Youngs masked men breaking ofvYoiinglHtthooiing monwere hot held K1VOH hit The amendment will over League of and tho tlon CommiRBioir untouched for tho being buO agree to out and awiorihled iiowerB1 tut iiududing odd the and power of variouH wcro Hpecifled or doHorlbod Thin action on the part of the toi clgn relatioiiH committee coming ah it docH atj what wan suppomid to the concluding week of HH work on the treaty before reporting It out to Company Minimum Should Be OS Men Gov G a no tJlfiKKI3HSON CITY Auff 20W At the conforenco ofgovornors at Shir Lake City Ihe jiolicy of tllu militia bureau in requiring anal mum strength of 100 mtn to an in fanlry companyin rrorgauluinit the national guard Snuload of sixtyfive formerly was Governor CJnrdnur nnnomiced today hia inten lion while in to take up the matter withtheSqcretary of in an to have the niininnim made Bixlyfivr aa it wna prior to JnuUwd of 100 r Difficulty IH boing cxporienctuiin re the ut Regiment Si on account of thin requirement Si now has only com when it should have all the units exitUiittf before the war Tliu CAPTAIN MATLACK SAYS CARRAA MEN of American Puni tivc Expedition Says They Ready to Fight THATIBREASOTT Declares Tlmt Pancho Villa and His Sand toss to Be Feared Than of governor ways Urn should be permit ted to reorganize with the old minimum of 000 and then let proceed as the community United SlaliH fromfifty places In tho document whoro duty COAL MEN NOT COjMBINED J D A Mcirrow V of Competition Keen woro ordered out of Mexico we were on the verge of bnUh witli the Cnrrnnwi lit Coymmu Mex Carrnnxh men wore If ohoncl thyy would haw gi ven of the 8lh Cavalry the hero wlio com WILL TAKE UP Minna Snya Atlminklralion Will Give Thofottfth Coitnidfuation to The any rail WAHHiiNCiTON Aug Railroad Administration will thorough consideration to claim for wagorcmljtiHltmmt by 0 VVoybivolit ofthiH elty aiul Honry Cinhrin of HobriitK aro dead and four more are expeeUul to die following K Unnor at Lakeside lattl nlfjht Mrw CJlem Mr nnl Mrn William Stamford were amonjj thu eritieally ill Mm CJnhriH wan Um wifo of the who wan glviiuc Iho iimier ia honor of the return home of Col NVoylmuht Infuetod Borved are boliived to havu M and meal at ih dinno the ftoin the MeCUMlWU IS HOilJD WASIUNTON AUK Tho that ho WUH UHinK tho Shan road omploycHj Director Hitmi an nouucod thin Stfternoon While it iuiH Ijcnn dcemod con trary to puhlUt policy to make gen eral liicrciiHe in levolM IlincH naid tbt will eomud nr any rcadjiiHtment believed to propmto Heeuro impartial treatment for all who work in the railroad nor vie Thin in tho policy arrived at in the of tho railroad ttiiopnvcn who woro yenterday granted a four centw an hour increamj COLLECTOR pi In a Hottlemonl a pretext to Iho Treaty of VerBailleH and agilale ill fooling between thu United Htutcn ami Japan that may end in war in order to defeat the League of Na llonH made aguinM Senator by McUumbcr ui nonutor from North Dnkota St Louie ttnndiU Thou Motor Cnr ST LOUIS ug hern lurid up a fit ore operulod by the Kroger Grocery Haking Co here early yesterday afternoon antl took a batf contaiainic ijKOOO from a col lector of the company Tho men oncaped in a motor cur but abandoned it from the wcene of the robbery TO IMiOME PALMER WAHIUNOTON Aug able report on Scmalor JaldlrH rcHd lution for an Investigation of the of fice of Property Custodian by the Heiiatr and Con Irol today The ronolu lion called audit of Die ac f the cutitodian and for an 11 of the actH of Ifornur A Mitchell Painter and P Garvin WILSONSTOUK MN ABEYANCE KANSAS CUTY Aug tonnv Invitation to the Fiirm yongrcHft1which convoncH here September 20th Irom dcnl Wilnon word thai plann fo ICE CHEAM SOCIAL The young nocicty of the irpontcr iStreet linpltot Church will an Ice Cream on church lawn Thursday cvviiintf had not ticoii for fouiv wHicli monfnrt ho five gambler GOVERNMENT MONOPOLY Trade CoiuinUtion Hocom of AHHociated ProBs WASIIINCJTON Mhtr Hifpticcottsury lo the proper control of the buBineHH tho five lartyoBl packing indUHtrioH tlw Commisfllon in a special report to tho President recom numctothat the operation of ator earn and cam lined fov trannpor taiiou of aiiimaltt dceliuvd a fjovernment monopoly The report further that all property concerned including iclnjc Hlutidiur and cars be acquired tho government REJECT OFFER by Commit too of Hmuhcd Ordur ImmodintoStrikif Volft WASHINGTON AUK eommittee of one hundred ropmiMit Ihe railroad Hhopmcny informed Director Jeiieral liinoB tlitt tiiey could not accept aHflbiwltt of KeUlcmctU oftiieir dtMimndB the ralen Hubmitlrd yeHtcrday by dent WIlBon The resulU of the mKotiaUoiw beencommunicat ed to union fllrouKheut the country itHlrlke votbe taken to deter mine whether the I in to be accepted came like a thunderbolt from a clear sky Not thatthcrc haa been no cloudB of difference hover ing about the of Uie commit Xdolibovation8 but thut the blow whon it Struck aliouhl be djjceoted al of tlio IrcutyUlmt had never boonopenly discussed jtuor fxpoctd before iff then WASHINGTON Aug bhmtion among thu bHuminous5 eoiil operators of the country to maintain or fix prices docs not exist would be found impracticable if attempted JjD A Morrow vice president oi iho National Coat Association toldf JJie senaUhubcommitUio eondiicUng jni inqufry into tlureoftl situation to day a I1 tho mines Imve declined under the competition which prevails IhoroamMho figureslor the ihodiict juv lower now than they were last year at Ihhj gotffinued J Davis the Am W whowere held for a Who returned of night with hm troops froiiTfho c of the punitive expedition into ico give this as the reason for liu withdrawal from Mexico of Amorlcnu bcfow sought captured t Cnpljiiii IMmlnok dcolnrod nto that tno followers of r Bldercd the worat country arc to the treachery of the beert followers of Pnncho Villa con rcci t in be feared tlinfc than cooperating soldiers of Don Carmnwi Accord row amendment lo the poaoe treaty was adopted today by tlur Foreign Kulationn Commit no which voted 0 to 7 to eliminate Iho United Stalou inomborsliip of the Internation al CommisHfon to determine the between Germanyand Belgium The amendment WIIH one of a acvieH proposed by Henalor Fall of Now Mexico proposing tiie elimination of American on mich vommisHionH Thr vole wan along parly JincB scodw oi dtacord arc being WASHINGTON 20 Lodtfo Htuted thai all of the atmmd menlH whicli wer Hponnorcd by Sen ator Kail of New Mexico had fho flame object the elimination of represen tation of the Unitod on com whioh InSenator Kalis nuuil would commit country to on domeBllc and International qucAtfottH only concernimv forolijiV mi COL PARKER COMING Col John Parker will viult Moborly MMiumlay and at night will deliver an addroHH nt TannoJUH Purk CoV propotiul WILSON SIGNED SECRET AltIS Aug Prefiideht Wil HOII a Kocret treaty with Japan during tiin winter of I917 according to the PoUUvMnrBeilliiisi which that Uur source of Informa in Hiaccro and competent11 Th treaty which has HuVevbeen madn public providcH forr finan cial and economical corporation In China whomindiMHiiidoncc guaran teed by the contrac iiVaHpeech in the aoaatc thia afUvJaHtb Ctvam with home mad 827 JlEFKlGBliATOK CARSi By Associated Proaa WASHINGTON Aug on Ihe federal trade corn report on refiH0rator Thomas K Wiiwm profiUloni of WH qon Co pointed out Uwttbe Inter State Commerce Comtnslou of nna trained Mi railroad Had held that privately owned earn arc Icur in ono of the mostHighly debo ratud to return from nurvico ovux SH a member of Jypo Kraphicai Union and also of one otn or labor orgnnissatiofi Tc addreHH probably bo tflvoti at tho Iliwh School Auditorium if UK weather Hhould prevent liin speaking thu park one and wHLbo an will have to do with this problem of rctiojiHtruction SHOPMEN UNDECIDliD WASHINTON Auj 20 Hiiopmon halted in tho drive sweopiiitf JncrcuHCH Sn had decided early today whether Tho for not tho AtriJco voto of tho 000000 members wiifl to flnal or whether tliu men in 1cHpoiino to PiWidont WSlnonB ro juorft would be aukcd to vote on the tho In an acceptance or rejection of crease amounting to four cents hour announced by the Railroad miniHtntion ycBtorduy H ftL Jewell of Rallonid DC jmrtmeitl of the American Modera tion of Labor wuid a decision wouia bo ruiched in Uio mutter today THE WEATHER MiPHouri Generally fair tonight and1 tomorrow except probably nhow oru in northwcHt portions warmer tomorrow and ho nncl central portions aru among thu Amcrioan by tho radical clement Jn this country ac cording to which have in to poBHCHftton of the bureau of tigation of the department ofjustice which IIIIK buonconductliijan tigation into activities tn thiH country BUILDING SRIAL BECOMESACTIVE i f Many OtKor Lhifen of BiuStufis Show Inc Vblumti to Caplnin NnUackannehd IM stronger than in 1010 and mny Homblo his bund along the border ail any moment In loHnjrof the of th tro6p8 CHiJt Wnllimkai illnAifr lllftV L battle with tho Carrmi2a soldiers Coynma I crawled onmy Jlnmfo und knees to a point very ologe to IhMr tamp and I observed that tljeir horses werc and everything was ready for iimlnni action If hnd w hurt ST LOUIS Aug lo food1 hoarders eoupltul with increased labor unrest has lottdtd to unsettlo HomcHntts of tho lOighth Reserve Dltttricl William AtcMainink federal renorve agent asHortji in hia report Just ia sued no deorcftRc in the volume of there evidence of unouBincfB in rH bccuuHO iho eomplexiiy the flituntion mnken it difficult forecast the future from standpoint he report nlatcff C During the four most Important gain inactivity thai of duatatH iir builUing supp They wore about the IhnMo Jee effici of the restored confidence of to Iho Otc thut with npring ranta in creased JncomcH and general prosper ity have stimulated activity in tHin A large ahoc manufacturing con cern reports that buBincss during fnorotiBad 33 J3 percent over Ihe corresponding montli Saflt yeuv btii decreHKed 712 per cent aH com pared with5 the pawl Juius It tho present high price of nHoe hazardous bectiUBc it lhat eventually priccH bo lowered materially A clothing manufacturer Buys ibn demands exceed the jnippty and that raw maicriai hard to He re ports an incwiKc of 40 per cent In buuJneHfl during July iw compared with IMS your itn cut imwine of 50 ptr cent I be previous month of thin yiiuV Ihe voporl slates that whohfuilo shoe dealers uro beginning to book aprifjK Sn Inrgcr volume MhfUi MRS TOM SEBASTIAN HUNG HERSELF TODAY Well Known Cltlxen of HolHdky Com milted Suicide Efcrty Morning Mra Tom Sobnminn n woodhhcd hor Home1 in Hollidny cavly hi known for thu of thu who was betwcon nixty uud i ycnra old wlibsc hualmml dlod year or ago wlio lr sur vlved by mniTlod tern who lived alone This morning a heard scream and ran to home finding a daughTcr who1 worft hoy UK dfacover llOUBfV Wllitl body of Mm tfd In tho wood nnd nhc From itpponrAnctjfnhu hnd tM the rope and kicked a box from under her feet in her dcicrniinntfon her life AIR DERBY NEWS AIiO N Y Aug 20 lrcat New nil this nf tarnoou Into Tho nack and neck race Plumb uad Sergeant Coombs ortd JSftJior H M iSchroedcr lJtutt Ilumbi Svho reached Toronto from Misieolft av ntartod on the returntrip flf teen minutcm later arriving ato at One wliolejwle grocery concern porta an increase of per bU8imi8 during July iw with the game month ft ALBANY N Y 2 Schrocder m an S V iirst of the returning Onnntliftn to reach Albany Idnding at iijOJ m while Sergt Coombu arrived mx minutCH later Sejgt Coombs the ft rat of the contestants for tho prteo to arrive In MlneotH M Q ALLIES IN ODESSA IJy Prrss LONDON Aug Tho tion of OdtHHU tho chief HUBltittU on the Black Boa by the allied forces admitted in Boluhovik mcnt nicsBngc from received hero today The tlon clfictfl the dtepaU after thirty bad tHd city for two
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