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Miami Daily Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Miami, Arizona First edition Copper Silver .18 3-4� 19 l-4c .99 l-2e weather generally fair. Vol. Xiii. No. Aoa Miami ab1z., wedne8day, a link 23, 1920 prick kick can Tel l band Leader confident of bands Success by the associated pres los Angeles cal., june 23.�? a alight earthquake at four of clock this morning was Felt chiefly in the Southern Section of los Angeles and at Inglewood which sustained the heaviest damage in the shocks of monday night. The tremor rattled buildings but caused no damage. The work of re building the business Section of Inglewood was Well under Way today practically the entire population of 3,000 taking part. An emergency ordinance providing for a special committee Tel take charge of the situation and condemn any building found to by unsafe for occupancy was adopted by the Inglewood City Council. A a communication was received from the los Angeles City Council placing All departments of that City at the service of the Inglewood authorities. Arthur Corey City Engineer of Inglewood said the damage thers would probably exceed $100,000 losses in los Angeles and other Points were estimated at $25,000. Slight shocks were Felt at 5 a. M. And 12 25 p. M. Yesterday but no damage was reported. General reduction in lumber prices sir in 6 Eit Law f the now band organized by o. Langbien has been engaged for three Days to play at the Midland City Rodeo. July 1, 2 and 3. The band consists of 17 pieces and each player is a first class musician. They have had two rehearsals and played yesterday at the Tadich funeral in Globe. Another rehearsal will be held tomorrow evening at Midland City at 7 30 which will last an hour. This rehearsal will be practically an open air concert to which the Public is cordially invited. Or. Langbien has organized bands before one of them was the american legion band at Babee. And another was the printers band at san Antonio. Or. Langbien feels confident that this new band will be a Success and that it will be the Best and largest Ever organized in the county. More speeders Are fined in police court l and the speeders Are still being hauled in by the Globe poll a Force those by Ijuin in recently on speeding Chargu and paying i their fines yesterday were to s Smith who donated $5. Hoy Turner paid $15 and t. O. Long Puld i $5. J. It Likness contributed $10 i to the Good of the ceus a on a thru High # fun Only few a available men thus far mentioned a says sex ambassador Gerard has Many personal friends among delegations opposes Gox and Edwards because they re a a wet Public ownership of land co operation and equal rights advocated by the Aesir Laid press Kansas City. June 23 a gon eral reduction of about Tea Par cent in lumber prices was made effective in ail retail lumber Yards in Kansas City today. The reduction ranges from five to fifteen dollars per thousand feet. New it Cord at Vienna rack track betting by the associated press Vienna. June 23.�?betting machine receipts have just set a new record in sunday racing at the Vienna track. Over 5.000,000 crowns were placed the state getting 20 per cent. By the associated press Asuncion. Juno 23.�?persons arrested for drunkenness More than three times a year in Paraguay will be considered confirmed drunkards and their photographs posted in. Saloons and police stations under the provisions of a Bill which has been approved by the Senate and is now before the lower House. The Law would also forbid the Sale of liquor in Heaters moving picture houses race tracks and other places of Public gathering and within two Hundred meters of places where labourers work. The president is empowered to Issue a decree determining the alcoholic Content of intoxicating liquors und fixing other restrictions Tond no to make their consumption less injurious to the Public health. Provision is also made for Mai Alco Holly propaganda in the Public schools. Pope each get Long sentence optimistic Over Libor Outlook Lester b. Doane state labor organizer is in Miami for a few Days looking after Orri Cial business. Or. Doane has been engaged in Phoenix for several weeks organizing various crafts and trades. He reports splendid Success throughout the District especially among the Farmer labourers and says that the mexicans imported into this country to compete with the White labourer Are the quickest ones of Al to join the unions and demand a living wage. He says also that the capitalists who have been importing the mexicans Are becoming disgusted and discouraged at the outcome and Many have already been returned from whence they came. Or. Doane is very optimistic Over the labor Outlook in the state Doe Laring that a a we Are gaining ground every he will return to Phoenix saturday. Roy Pope who was found guilty yesterday in the Superior court of the charge of forging his name to a draft belonging to Roy pople j to out n out in a a do eur cities was sentenced today to serve , the last Wek have spread not less than three years and not to Savannah. Illinois with fifty Railroad strike spreads to Savannah by the associated pre Chicago 111., june 23. A the sporadic railway strikes which hav unionist and National factions still firing at each other More than five years in the state Penitentiary. Frank Weymouth found guilty monday in the Superior court of contributing to the delinquency or a Young child was also sentenced j to serve not less than three and i not More than five years in the state prison. Burlington and Chicago Mil Walkee Ana 3t. Fun employee out Yale confers l. L. D. Decrees by the associated press Londonderry june 23. There was no cessation today in j the Battle Between the unionists and nationalist factions which i try the associated press has kept Londonderry in a terror new Haven june 23.�?Yale stricken state for some Days. Dur j University at its 219th cont Mence ing the night the rival factions Merit today conferred the Honor erected additional barricades from Ary degree of doctor of Law upon which they kept up a continuous. The following John Joseph per fire. At times the shooting reach a Shang commander american expeditionary forces Thomas de Watt Cuyler Railroad administrator and War time chairman of the association of Railroad executives right Hon. Sir Auckland c. Geddes ambassador to the bulted states and Jean Adrien Antoine Jules Jesse Rand French ambassador to the United states. Woolworth building to be mortgaged by this associated press new York. June 23.�?for the first time since its erection a de Cade ago the Woolworth building the tallest office Structure in the world is to be encumbered by a mortgage is announced by the heirs of the late f. W. Woolworth. Or. Woolworth was the founder of a a j the Chain of five and ten cent stores the boy scouts of troop no. had arranged to borrow three of Hayden who Are camping in the million dollars on the Woolworth Pinal mountains today visited i j building to provide ready funds to Ami and while Here took Advant meet the state and Federal i heritage of Secretary Mcgoughy a Invita-1 Ance taxes which totalled $8,000, Tion to take a swim in the y Pool. 000. Scout master w. W. Fenton is in charge of the scouts. Ing the intensity of volleys. Jewels of French dancer to be sold by the associated press Paris june 23.�?the jewels of the late Gaby Deslys famous French dancer and actress who died february 11 last were placed on exhibition Here preliminary to their Sale on june 28 for the Benefit of the poor of the City of Marseilles. This Sale was provided for in Mademoiselle Deslys will. The collection is said to comprise the finest assortment of pearls Ever seen in Paris also Many other jewels. Hayden scouts visiting Miami Gen. Pershing marched in Yale procession by the a Oliu Ltd press predict dry fight will Wear itself out by the associated press. Ran franci8co, cal., june 23, party leaders arriving Here for refused for k trans Atlantis Aero flight by tit associated press Buenos Aires june 23. The ministry of War has refused to Grant permission to the Argentine aviator Captain Angel Zuloaga to attempt a flight across the Atlantic Ocean from Lisbon via St Vincent to Pernambuco Brazil on the ground that the a expenditures would be disproportionate to the end to be attained and because the aviator proposed to use an air plane instead of a Hydro Plaue. The ministry pointed out that the flight of Captain Alcock the British airman across the North Atlantic in an air plane a cannot he regarded As having demonstrated the practicability of Zulo sea s proposals and furthermore it would Cost not less than $4 40,- 000 to maintain two chains of transports along the route in order to give the aviator a measure of by the Sarx to cd pres London june 2 3.�?Public ownership of land a cot operative Commonwealth and equal rights for All were advocated Here today As the three leading Pron Caples in the social program american zionists desire incorporated in the project for a jewish Homeland in Palestine by Jacob de Haas executive Secretary of the zionist organization of America. Or. De Haas arrived in London today with United states supreme court Justice Louis d. Brandeis. Honorary president of the zionist organization of America judge Julian w. Mack president Nathan Straus mrs. Mary self professor Felix Frankfurter Captain Abraham to Kiln David Rosenbloom and Louis Lipsky organization Secretary. These Are the Advance guard of Tho 39 delegates of american zionists to the world zionist conference convening in London july 4. American zionists will make a United Effort to have the Pittsburgh program which they adopted in 1918 As the guiding social principles for the jewish Homeland approved by the world conference in the program it will formulate for the pol Kcjr to be carried out in Palestine. Or de Haas in the statement he gave out on the eve of what is considered Camp fire girls in Camp at wheat Fields several Camp fire girls left this afternoon for Wheatfield where the win enjoy a weeks Outing. Mrs. Ella Lyles of the Lyles apartments accompanied the girls As chaperone. Blocking traffic is expensive is invited to enjoy picnic tomorrow n. O. Rowland Driver for the City Transfer company pleaded guilty this morning to a charge of blocking the traffic by allowing his express Wagon to stand in the Alley Back of the Miami cleaning works. Obstructing the Alley ways is particularly dangerous on account of holding up the fire engine. Which at any time May be called out. Or. Rowland paid a Fine of $10. Railway workers want adjustment All those wishing to enjoy a Good time tomorrow will not fail that he would by the associated press Lincoln neb june 23.�? discussing the possible democratic presidential candidates w. J. Bryan i i the commoner declared William g. Mcadoo is handicapped As a candidate a by his close relationship with the while president Wilson himself he says a need not be or. Bryan asserted that Mcadoo was also handicapped by Bis silence on the peace treaty and declared that he was unable to Call to his support a those to whom the presidential candidacy appealed with special Force a and Wurmb a an easy by the associated press Washington d. A. June 23.�? information prepared for Secretary traffic resumed in nothern France new Haven june 23. General t 0pendg of the democratic a j John j. Pershing was a notable Fig tonal convention next monday Are ure to the Ortiz eur of this City to Day when he marched in procession which tradition decrees shall precede the commencement exercises of Yale University. General Pershing walked with former president Taft and other candidates for honorary degrees indeed lately followed. By the associated press predicting the fight Over the Well dar1s, june 23.�?great pro and dry Issue will Wear itself out by the very Force of clashing ele re or Quot j<7 a it a a. A. A a conference Ever held stressed the _. Of the a government Railroad progressive tenets of the Pitts government Railroad Burgh program declaring a the zionists Are not going to be satisfied with a Palestine or land of Israel which will be a Mere duplicate of the numerous Small states of Europe or South America. They believe that the 2,000 years of suffering and martyrdom of the wandering jew has Given to our race a wealth of experience which Atleed to the ancient heritage or the jew. Can be made fruitful in the creation of a Model settlement in the land of our forefathers. Quot the Pittsburgh platform May be summarized As follows 1. Public ownership of land. 2. The co operative common wealth. 3. Equal rights. The first is expressed in tha phrase that the land of Palestine shall be owned or controlled for the beef it of the people of Palestine As a whole. The zionists of America have resolved that the benefits which come through increasing Laud values will not go into the pockets of land speculators but will always remain a Community Valdes a which will go into the Public Treasury. The second principle indicates that Tho zionists of America Are resolved to encourage co operative Enterprise to the largest extent possible so that a co operative Commonwealth May be gradually evolved without however crushing individual a a Lotf at be. There is no simple formula by which the co operative Commonwealth can be achieved it must be a development through struggle and experimentation. In any event we have set the goal. The third principle la one with which All americans ure familiar a at least in theory though we May rail Short in actual practice. W whereas we confine tur program of a equal rights Quot to the narrow Field of politics the zionists of America would apply it to All of palestinian life to politics and to be present at Burch. It is announced that All babies and children mothers and fathers. And grandfathers and grandmothers will be Welcome. The picnickers will Start from the Catholic Church at 9 a. M. Sharp. Those in charge of the picnic wish to thank in Advance the friends of the children who come with their cars to convey the crowd to the picnic ground. The Catholic ladies and the members of the knights of Columbus will see that All will enjoy a real Day of rest Joy and pleasure. A these picnics Are a wonderful help to All especially the children a said a member of the Catholic congregation this morning a and should he encouraged Hyall Means Mark for All the presidents the article says however that Mcadoo has strength among the wage earners. Senator Owen of Oklahoma and Secretary of agriculture Meredith Are described by or. Bryan As being a among the few available men thus far or. Bryan asserts that to be available this year a candidate must be known to be for woman suffrage and prohibition and a against Wall As to attorney general Palmer. Or. Bryan says he entered the Campaign in a position a to Deal with the profiteer and an expectant Public stood ready to applaud hut the profiteer seems to have things ail his own Way and the attorney general is suffering from or. Especially during the hot season j adds that the attorney Gen and it is hoped that not Only Meny Aery Quot unfortunate too in hers of the Catholic Church will be he Avn espoused Lue ratification of present to enjoy the picnic but of. Pea let treaty without Reserva administration. Indicated that unless assurances were Given imme-1 Diu Tely to the railway workers that a wage adjustment might be expected soon the unauthorized strike of the trainmen at Philadelphia. Baltimore and Many other Points might not be opposed further by the brotherhood. Remains to Ite shipped the remains of James Seattle who died at the county Hospital Globe several Days ago will be shipped tomorrow to Sayre a. The body will be accompanied by a brother of the deceased. Buenos Aires legion posts named after american by the iwo it Laid Ltd press Buenos Aires. Juno 23.�?the recently organized Buenos Aires Post of the american legion will be know As a Spencer Ely Spencer Ely was the first american residing in Argentina to Volunteer to serve his country in France and the first to fall of the Argentine contingent. On his arrival in France Ely joined the 165 the regiment the old fighting 69th of new York and was killed at chateau the Rry. After having been wounded in action he was carried to a dressing station Iron which he refused to be removed until More seriously wounded comrades bad been taken economics to Law and Industry to j to the rear. Before ills turn came Man and woman to every sect and. Every Creed. Other congregations As the High Cost of lug cause of by the associated pro Berlin june 23.�?several Are reported to have been killed a. Pirn. Wurtemburg in the course of rioting and demonstrations against the High Cost of food. Similar demonstrations Are Ulso reported in other parts of Germany. Expect decision within two weeks by to a associated press Chicago. June 23.�?the railway labor boards decision of revising the wages of All Railroad employees will probably be handed Down within the next two weeks is indicated at the boards Headquarters. Judge bar Tiu chairman of the Board said the impatience of the Railroad men to get a decision was Only delaying the Case and declared that the Board s deliberations were being interrupted scores of times daily by the delegations of Railroad men asking that a Date for the decision be Rons. Former speaker of the House Champ Clark is mentioned As having his own state behind him while opposition to governor Edwards of new Jersey and governor Cox of Ohio is reiterated in the article. The article declares the friends of governor Cox a will urge him As a Compromise bet Ween the wets of the Edwards Type and the Bone vice president Marshall is accused of making a a feeble bid for the wet or. Bryan said that judge Gerard a candidacy has South Dakota s support and that he has Many personal friends among other delegates. Jenkins wires re will present a. Name before the convention seventeen negroes lower wheat Market causes flour to drop by the associated press Minneapolis. June 23.�?a lower wheat Market during the first few Days of this week is responsible for a decline of from 20c to 30cper barrel in the Price of flour Here today. Ments of the resolutions committee. Chicago grains Chicago 111., june 23. $1.8 3-4 Oats $1,03 7-8. Corn of reconstruction in the Deva sled regions of Northern France says the Matin. Traffic has been completely re established on 123 Kilometres of railway track which was totally destroyed by the germans. New Cabinet is reported formed by tit associated pres London june 23.�?the formation of the new German Cabinet is the dressing station was blow up by a German Shell. Ely was a native of Flushing n. Y., and a descendant of general Schuyler of the american revolution his family has resided in Buenos Aires for about 12 years. After alleged wife deserter by the associated press Kansas City. Mo., june 23.�? Telegram from Pueblo colo., set. As Many As 300 Calls were Hunt from the train bearing the received in a single Day. He said. Missouri delegation to the demo cratic National convention Burris a. Jenkins announced that head definitely decided to place the Sells ducted of crime name or William a Meadoo before the democratic National convention by the associated press i for the presidential nomination. St. Joseph mo., june 23.�? parts of an Iron Bedstead Corre j a a a a spending with the bed rails at a it a it pm Tami n ,i1 can do cached to the headless body of a 1 woman found in Lake cout Rury. Several Days ago led to the arrest of seventeen negroes. The bed parts were found in the negro Rooming House District and the police have made a general raid on the Section. The negroes were held for investigation. Sheriff Shute operated upon for appendicitis message to Board by t i associated press Washington. I. C., june 23 president Wilson has sent a message to the Railroad labor Board at Chicago urging it to make an immediate award of the wage controversy. The text of the message was not made Public. Deputy sheriff Hardwich left on this afternoons stage in route to Jerome where he will take Jose Vasques into custody and return with him to Miami where he will reported and the times says new face a charge of wife desertion men have been found for two basques is being held by the to posts in the ministry Rome authorities. Sheriff Eugene Shute suffered a sudden attack of appendicitis last night at Bis Home on East Bailey Street in Globe. The sheriff was immediately removed to the county Hospital and operated on without a moments a Lay. His condition this afternoon is said to he As Well a can be expected but that he is a very sick Man. a a a a a Montrose by til associated press Washington june 23.�?the census of Montrose Colo As announced today is 3,581, an increase of 327 or ten per cent. Union meetings tonight Miami miners meet in miners Union Hall at 7 30. Journeymen plumbers of Miami and Globe meet in Cooks and waiters Hall Miami. Globe electricians meet in Elk Trkal workers Bull. Lodge meetings tonight knights of pythias meet at 7 30 in masonic Hall. Miami woman club meets at the y. M c. A. Miami Lodge b Nai by Rith meet in Odd Fellows Hail

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