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Albert Lea Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Albert Lea, Minnesota 8 pages Thi of tics 8 pages Freeborn county i Imes Albert Lea Enterprise forty eighth tear Albert Lea Minnesota wednesday november 24, 1920 nimber forty 8evun volume fifteen refugee ships Are Chambers of horror ninety floating Madhouse Are on the bosporus sea. Famine and filth take Many victims. By associated press constantinople nov. 23rd._ measures to bring Relief to the thousands of russian refugees held on ships now at Anchor in the bosporus have been started by Allied representatives Here. Rear Admiral Mark l. Bristol commanding american naval forces operating in turkish Waters has with mrs. Bristol organized a series of teas at the u. S. Embassy for the purpose of raising funds for the russians. Tens of thousands of subscriptions have been received from the people of constantinople All elements joining in the work. Great Britain objects to eking of Greece i by associated press pans nov. 23.�?great Britain has already taken Steps to inform former King Constantine of Greece and George Challis the new greek Premier that she is absolutely opposed to the return of Constantine to the greek throne says the Petite Parisien. She has notified them clearly that if the greek government does not take cognizance of her stand Greece cannot Hope to retain territorial advantages Given her in the treaty Between the allies and Turkey the newspaper need Money to develop Possession Lack of american capital prevents much needed development in insular property. Cable Mayland at Havana Cuba by associated press Havana. Cuba nov. 23.�?western Union officials Here deny any knowl Edge of the reported intention of heir company o land that Cable Laid Between Barbados and Miami and at i a Point in Uba probably Havana in Case the american government persists in its refusal to permit Landing of the Cable at Miami j it is Learned however the Western Union some time ago was granted All concessions necessary Tor Landing of the Cable on cuban soil should Sucha course be decided upon. A Cable repair s hop is reported at work Yre paring the Shore connections. By associated press Washington nov. 23.�?inability to interest american capital on a Large scale in the nations insular posses , particularly the philippine islands hazarded in greatly retarding development of the great natural resources of the islands according to the annual report of major general Frank Mcintyre Chiet of the Bureau of insular affairs of the War depart i ment to Secretary Baker. Genera complicity by oms rown Prince Fred predicts big drop in shoes by associated prows Chicago nov. 22.�?a thirty five per cent drop in the Price of shoes was predicted by a h. D. Weld head of the department of commercial research of Swift amp co. At the packing House employees wage hearing before Federal judge Alschuler wage arbitrator or. Weld also produced other statistics on the trend of prices. He refused to hold out Hope for material decreases in the Cost of meats because the Price of by products has slumped. Denies having a part in it by associated press the Hague. Nov. 23.�?denial of nov Mcintyre american Bankers i William in the reported and business men to interest them uling of capital from Germi sum Iny was packers plan is submitted constantinople nov. 22.�?conditions of the refugees on the nine Quot or More ships Strung along the bos chorus is appalling and a terrible catastrophe is feared unless prom test measures Are taken to land the thousands writhing in misery and pain. The correspondent visited several of these a floating hospitals and Maxi houses today and returned with forebodings of impending calamity. None of the refugees have been taken ashore except the sick diseased and insane the latter of whom by associated press have been numerous. Chicago nov. 22.� Edward Morris. An unpleasant smell from the ships i president of Morris Ltd co. In a stat was apparent notwithstanding a ment tonight said in submitting a Strong cold sea Breeze. Plan to the District of Columbia As soon As the correspondent and court for separate disposal of Stock his companion an american Relief Ards and terminals held by Morris officer boarded the ship the clothing amp co., his company wanted the mat of both was virtually torn Oil by half ter settled As quickly As possible maddened refugees who begged to be a was these holdings could not be taken to land. Disposed of at this time on account men. Women and children Are Herd of the financial situation a said the cd together promiscuously in a Slat statement Quot the Morris defendants of appalling tilth. Many women of suggested to the court that All of distinguished Demeanour despite their their capital Tock be immediately bedraggled appearance offered to j surrendered and cancelled and other batted their valuables jewels an certificates issued in lieu thereof in furs for o crust of bread or a Glass of a the name of some Trust company to water. In some cases the refugees be designated As trustee to hold and have been without water eleven a its. Vote the the correspondent heard there had people outside the packing Industry been numerous suicides. Refugees and that they also would immediately spoke of ghostly temptation and the j resign All positions with the yard3 robbing Call of the sea at night when and terminals taking All Morris de they were dying with thirst. Fondant out of the management or the american Navy is assisting in control of these properties and thus entered by both the former Crown 1 Prince and his adjutant major von Muldner today b a member of Fred Crick Williams sule. Will Confer on the greek situation by associated press i Paris nov. 23rd, Premier Ley uis. Selves in the Trade and development possibilities of the outlying possessions declaring that a Large tracts of the Best agricultural land in the world await development a and that a in a number of Fertile provinces the population Falls below Twenty per ions per Square mile while then is an a supplied labor demand in other agricultural provinces having a population of 250 persons per Square mile. Action has been taken by the Phil Tonino legislature to provide for the j it. Was announced today has decide exploration and leasing of lands con-,t0 begin his conference with Premier nesting Petroleum and other Mineral Lloyd George of in at Britain o or oils and cases in which connection j the greek and Osiier Foliations Katlic general Mcintyre save that a the sex than at first ii Cdr d. He will Ismenee of Oil in widely scattered loj Paris thursday night. Realities in the Philippines has been i known since the occupation of the islands hut there has been no serious Effort at development. There is now Promise that in the near future j in will be definitely known whether this Oil exists in such a Way As to be of commercial the organic act of 191g to voiding could Only go with consent of the allies shows decrease in living Cost and in w Ages \ Chicago nov. 22. Statistics which j he said were intended to show that i Here was a spirit of retrenchment in the nations Industry and that wages j and the Cost of living were going Down were presented to Federal judge Samuel Alschuler today by in h. I it. Weld representing the pack i ing companies in the hearing Over demands of 225,000 packing company employees for a is age increase of $1 a Day. Judge Alschuler heard the Case Veo months i to but never rendered a div Ision. The hearing was reopened at the request of the packers who maintained that Quot the decrease in the f West of living which a i come into being since the previous hearing should be taken into con Shibta Ion in Thi Case which is the fir a test Beta in capita and labor As to whether there should be further wage increases now that living costs Are do a teasing. Or. Weld declared that the packers were asking Only that wages be not increased. He presents statistics gathered by the packers from 87s Industrial plaids which quoted reduce tons in working hours wages tie i of of living end number of men a m-1 it it Yed during the past ninety Days. O these plants five had increased Veges. 354 showed no changes 136 had reduced forces 228 reduced the working hours and 18g reduced was s. Mainly by hiring new employees at reduced pay. In some cases both in Urs and men were reduced j i ii no the Lenort or. Weld that in Routh Carolina 21 Cotton Mills had reduced wages and that wage reductions also had been made by 17 industries mostly automobile m Ohio 10 in Indiana. 25 in Massachusetts. 8 in new Hampshire 17 in Missouri in in Illinois not including packers. The 879 firms had reduced their working forces by More than 200.000. He said. Each employed More than. 100 men. He said. In Chicago he said there had been an average decrease in the Cost of food of 10 or cent in the last year and 13 tier cent in the last ninety clothing had decreased 28 put. Investigation into murder of manufacturer by associated pre a Philadelphia nov. 23.�?local auth cities today continued their it Vestiga ton into the death of Henry t Pierce Eastern manager of the Insley manufacturing company whose body with the head crushed by blows from an non wrench was found yesterday in the rear of his office Here. They have succeeded in tracing his movements up to 10 30 of clock saturday night but wit it this exception Little Progress has been made toward a solution of the condition of the body indicated according to the police that he was killed late saturday night or Early sunday the polio Are looking for a Man and a woman and Peirce is said it a a business acquaintance to have picked up in the Center of the City saturday night and driven to his office in his automobile. This Man said lie left the Trio when they entered Peirce a office. Poets contest in so. America by a. So Eluted press Buenos Aires oct. 25. Poetry championship contests will he held in Buenos Aires in 1921. With the poets of All latin America invited to participate and prizes amounting to about $ i Gold to be distributed the tournament of verse called in Spanish a a Fuegos Flora i e or a a lower games a is being organized by the Young women a committee of the Argentine patriotic league through the Argentine diplomats in All Spanish speaking american countries poet. From every pan of the hemisphere will to incited to take part those who receive the prizes be ing invited to come to Argentina at the expense o the association. Traffic is at stand still in Dublin today Strong military guard placed around City raid by scores arc reported with numerous cloches. By associated press Dublin nov 23.�?Strong military patrols manned every Bridge and Road leading out of Dublin last night. Even persons holding permits worn not allowed to Pas the lines drawn through the outskirts of City. Reports indicated tint virtually Tbs whole military establishment in this District was employed in maintaining this cordon. The strict guard made absolute paralysis of traffic in and out of Dublin which was begun when orders were issued sunday suspending All railway Servit. In the meantime soldiers were con ducting scores of raids. Reports reaching not a spa is show that All lasses and types of residences and ctr premises were being searched. From Early in the morning this work went on and reports came in Quick succession of scores of raids which were attended by More than the us Ual amount of incidental clashes. Ita is certain that Many clashes had marked the Days activity. Belfast nov. 23.�?the death toll in Dublin yesterday totalled five Perrons. During the morning one of the senators at the Castle was attacked by armed men. Says he will stay in fiume transporting sick women to hospitals immediately comply with the spirit and intent of the decre and the near East Relief also has been prominent in the work. War hardened Relief nurses were moved to tears by maddened mothers offer ing their children to visitors and the scenes of separation have been beyond description. The death rate has been abnormal As the result of the biting cold and Lack of food. The american red Cross is offering 36,000 rations daily and several americans Are offering. In All parts of the donations and subscriptions. Raids searches and by associated press the Hague Noe. 22nd. Former for the government of the pm lid lne a emperor William of Germany to lid go end a Rentle increasing the Powers of to Corfu Only with the consent of the the local legislature has a in no Way Allied Lowers the associated press disappointed the Hopes then express j informed at the foreign office eds says the report although a atm today. Her of changes Are recommended. This information was elicited by among the suggestions is one that a inquiry relative to reports that the immigration Laws be amended to. The former Emporia s Villa on the Check migration from the Philippines. Is Maud of Corfu was being repaired do particularly to Hawaii that the land and that he exp to a to go the soon. Fut in ninety a according to or. Laws be altered to permit of leasing so far As tin former German Weld s furore Tock until it c an be sold to of larger divisions of government j Crow n Prino is concerned the dutch or. New frequently was question land that the limit of he Public government is under no obligation. A by judge Alschuler As to whether debt of the islands be raised from j to prevent him leaving Holland if he us Price comparisons had been made $15,000,000 to $25,000,000 that Salar j wants to go but there is an in per on he same Quality of goods and in ies of United states officials in the Sion at the foreign office that the enea it h �?�4se or. Weld said they had. Philippine islands be increased and tire Story relative to Corfu is a fan in addition to the figures gathered that the Laws respecting the citizen j tary. J or Weld presented government Sta ship of filipinos be classified to give j tie Island inhabitants the Lull effect Otil intention of Congress in Declar j freight and passenger service h plebiscite Ristics showing i ions. Of Viviin i it Lulu excitement increases in Irish towns by associated press Dublin nov. 22.�?there was tremendous Polim and military activity country today arrests have ing them a citizens of the philippine i lands Quot and As such entitled to the Protection of the United shortage of labor i proving a serious obstacle to the development i the islands the report states the natives preferring to move to Hawaii and other comparatively developed j general Mcintyre stated. Passenger service Twe a the United states and Porto Rico was recommended. Liquidation of the $20,000,000 Bond Issue of 1908, and the exile Eton of the customs in san Domingo by the United states continued to Progress satisfactorily during the past year the French government in Harg been made. This evening Dublin is of the Relief work is incapable of j surrounded and apparently is being dealing with the situation and is apr combed by the military and police pealing to the near East Relief there was incessant firing arly in whose funds Are limited j the evening. A boy ten years old and fear was expressed by the ships a Man 70. Wer shot officers that cases of cannibalism there was also much firing in Cork would occur unless food supplies Are tonight. Raids by men in lorries received promptly. In Many cases were mad at the town Halls of Cork they had to Light off maddened men from slaying children they declared. Democrats to be asked to talk on league and Queenstown and at resilience of the town clerks of these cities. Many documents were seized. Thirty six arrests were made at Queenstown. Other places raided included Fer Moy Carrick on Shannon. Galway. I Listowel and Clonmel. In nearly All j these places documents belonging to the local councils were taken. At Galway those taken into custody in eluded professor of Brian and Many by associated press 0 the colleges. Some houses near Washington nov. 22.�?senators j Galway were burned. These include Reed of Missouri and Pomerene of de the residence of mrs. Delia of con Ohio and Shields of Tennessee All j nor who recently returned to ire places rather than Clear the Back country. Quot there was every evidence of con tenement with conditions and of friendliness toward americans and appreciation for what the United states has done in the islands a general Mcintyre states in reporting on a recent inspection trip. A the Progress of Porto Rico under exports $113,117,000. The bulk of the the organic at of 1917 has been very j Trade b ing with the United state in satisfactory and continues so the j both Caes. Porto Rico imports $96,-report says the land having just 3s8.000 exports $150,811,000, m completed one of the most prosperous which $133,207,000 went to the unite i years in its history. Improvement of states. Increase of the salaries of civilian employees in the Bureau of insular affairs to retain the services of old and valued employees was recon mended. Trade figures for the Island posses for the year were Given As follows philippine imports $118,839,052 All gasoline output records were smashed by associated press a do Nifon nov. 22. All Gas olm a out pit a cold write broken in september the Bureau of mines announced today. Refineries produced 1 e daily average of gallou1 making the output for the first Nin it months of 192&Quot mire and a hah Bil lion Gallons As compared with 2,900. Gallons in that period in 1919. Consumption and exports Contin oed High however the Bureau said so that while storage tanks on Bep Tomb r 30 held 298.000,000 Gallons the. Mount on hand who actually less than that on hand August 30. Is postponed _ i by associated press Paris nov 23, confirmation of re a ports that the plebiscite n to decide on the return of sex King Constantine to the throne Hud been postponed to december 5th, has been received by the French foreign office it was announced this was to have be it taken under the original arrangement on sunday next nov. 2sui. Venizelos is disappointed by associated press Paris nov. 23.-�?-former Premier \ Niz Elos of Greece is despondent i Over his defeat at the polls on not. A huh. And May retin permanently i Otu polities in any t v it he i l await a definition by a a Powers of a heir attitude toward Greece said i Sophocles Venizelos son of the former Premier to a Paris cot respondent at in it Ltd Liis morning. By associate d press fiume nov. 21.�?d�?Tannunzio�?Ts held two conf read a Saur stay with general Naviglia former italian minister of War at both of which he manifested a determination to stay in fiume til All his claims have been satisfied. General Cavigga held another conference later with represent tit s it a do Annunzio at which the poet s stand again Vas maintained. General Carlg Lia Han broken off the negotiations and now will await the decision of Tho italian govern meat. Quot All must be educated is the new slogan land after a Long residence in the United states. George Murnaghan a Well known North Ireland solicitor and prominent As a sinn Feiner was arrested in Omagh. Constable Ryan who was Kidnap has been re democrats Are among those invited by president elect Harding to Confer with him on the league of nations Issue and other matters after his return from Panama according to Harry m. Daugherty. Or. Harding a pre convention Campaign manager today. Ped in Cork sunday others asked to offer suggestions or. Leased. Daugherty said include senators i a Borah Johnson Lodge Knox poin Dexter and or. Dougherty thought Herbert Hoover. Informal conferences at Marion probably will begin about december j 10, or. Daugherty said adding no def invite Date had been set for any Oue j to go there. J a some probably will go singly j while others May go in groups be said. Quot there will be no pre arranged the president elect plans to spend might count decapitated marines too by associated press stories of atrocities by United states marines in Haiti have been a grossly exam a arted declared major Thomas Turner for the last fourteen months chief of staff to colonel Wheeler in Haiti on his arrival to Only a Day in Washington after return Day. His opinion was shared by ing from Panama via Newport new a lieutenant Walter Farrell who came and will go immediately to Marion Back on the same boat after fifteen or. Daugherty announced. He said months service. Or. Harding expected to resign from the Marine a never killed without the Senate soon after january 1, when cause and then Only to save their governor elect Davis of Ohio takes j own lives a said major Turner office. Or. Daugherty predicted that j a while people arc talking of in senator elect Willis a Republican discriminate killings in Haiti they would be named to succeed senator i might count the number of de cup Harding. Mated bodies of marines sent Back to j or. Daugherty refund to discuss the United states a added lieutenant Cabin t possibilities. Farrell. Rochester n. Nov. 22. No state should allow it boy and girls to Start lit with any tiling less than a High school education governor w. L. Harding of Iowa declared in an address tonight. The slogan of the country should be Quot All must be educated a said adding that education must a a Jtb Public school has come nearer to turning out a Hundred per cent perfect product Ilian any other institution of which i Lia he added. A we have outgrow in them doctrine in this country that a education is try a the new slogan is a All must a Quot if our schools Are to Lead the teacher must in paid More than a iving wag. Teachers should a hired for a twelve months period not turned out to grass three months of the women want disarmament immediately re ase end v new York now 22.�? the women peace society Quot with member in Many countries a today cabled a Nator liner la Fontaine of belgian Mem Ber of the league of nations Council notice of its dissent from his statement before the Council last week that the time is not Ripe for world disarm int. In addition the society said it Quot urges immediate and Universal Dis armament As the Only Hope of the salvation of the human a women greatest sufferers from War. Have no voice in the Council a said the cablegram. A against this Manifest injustice we earnestly p4o-test.�?� the strike at Annapolis is settled now by associated press Annapolis nov. 22.�?the last of the. Striking students of St. Johns College Ebo walked out last monday following an upheaval about hazing and other alleged grievances returned today. Two of clock Tuik afternoon was the limit fixed by the mandate of the offi Cal Board of visitors for the strikers to it return end sign a pledge to abide by the Colleg regulations or else con Sider themsel\8 expelled. Efforts of the sophomores to enforce rules for the subordination old the freshmen was at the Root of the Troub i. Annap ii Quot. My. Nov. 22.�?coincidental with the ending of the troubled conditions at St John s College Toda it members of th1 first lass of midshipmen at the naval Academy through the class president have Given a Promise to superintendent Scales they i will obey emulations of the institution Tot he Best of t heir ability. Admiral Scales promptly took Stepa to lift the order segregating me Robers j of the Quot plebe or fourth class As a precaution against any further cases of hazing. A Branch of the sock to has established in Milwaukee. Teen typhus Relief expedition is coming Home by associated press Warsaw nov. 2.�?the american typhus fever Relief expedition to to 1 and that first organization of its kind in the history of the United a states army is preparing to leave soon for America the work which the expedition organized to be car. Rid it it a by the polish health depart-1 Pant. The expedition came to it it intending to remain four month but its service was extended on two occasions Tho work having by a started in August. 1919. In recognition of their Servic to Poland in the Campaign against to. Plus fever the Pollath government recently awarded the commemorative Cross to the Many member of Tho organization. More than forty commissioned officers and 500 enlisted men a of them volunteers have been affiliated with the expedition from time 10 time the organization consisting of about two Hundred a n when Tom v Ork began. During the it members have been distributed to All parts of Poland what re there is danger of the spread of typhus. The american being attached to the different polish sanitary urge Ruoai

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