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Berkeley Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Berkeley, California Ii a a Csan fall the Berkeley no is United press Imd win. And a a re Orelin. A me a new Henrt Aea. Ii Leev established 1877. Ten pages Berkeley California. Monday evening april 23, 1923. Ten pages Campaign for Poincare charges series he air world court will be Berlin oligarchy by Lawrence Martin ten Ltd a pm Buff ctr a Ondy it. A. Washington april 28.-in an Effort to still the rising tempest in Republican ranks the worm court three of the Foremost men in that party this week will pour the Oil of eloquence upon the troubled party Waters. President Harding today was completing the speech he will deliver in new Tork tuesday afternoon. Or. Harding is counting heavily on the effect of his speech to silence re 1 publican opposition to his court proposal. He intends to speak both to the country at Large. In explanation of the reservations which he regards As making american adhesion to the court entirely Safe and to the permanent Sanction including senators and editors who with increasing vigor Are demanding that he abandon his advocacy of the court. On thursday Ellhu Root in opening the session of the american society of International in Here is expected to add his voice and influence to the Effort to quiet the uneasiness in. Republican ranks. Hughes to speak. The following Day Secretary of state Hughes addressing the same body will make an important speech on the world court. Hughes author of. The administration s safeguarding reservations will explain Bow they protect american interests. In addition he is expected to attempt to show that great Britain s six votes in the league of nations Assembly will not give that Empire an advantage Over the United states in the election of judges to the court. If the United states goes in under the Harding proposal it will have one vote in the league Council where Britain also has on. A or. Harding has now begun to. Realise that his Republic publican opponent Are in Earnest and that if he Sticks to his advocacy of the court he must prove to Watson. Lodge Mccormick and others that he has popular support it he can do that the loud blasts of opposition now Joe Jugl. Emitted wll subside he believes.  while the president and his sheif lieutenants were thus preparing to go to the country for support the opposition was set Iolli Active. Senators. Watson and Mccormick intended to take. with senator Lodge on his arrival Here tonight the question of presenting to the president to organized protest Ayli to Nui Knif the court proposal one of the principal administration Issue. It Antl fou Jet group is get Intag on i Odge but there in no that i i rec activity. To take to a v in Van a a co. Washington. April 28.-the offensive in the Campaign Over Ameri Ca participation in the International court of permanent Justice will be taken by the administration this week. The broadsides of opposition which have been directed against president Harding and Secretary of state Charles 15. Hughes Are to be answered by the latter Friday when the Start will Fornor the subject of i a a Cpl a Ajia la the american society of int Raav tonal Law which Ellhu Root will preside. It is no secret that the president and Hughes have been irritated by some of the criticism that has been directed against them and the world you it plan. Both the chief executive and Secretary of state feel that much-1 of it had been made. Without due consideration of the modified proposal that was placed before the Senate lust prior to its adjournment. " this feeling has undoubtedly been increased by the. Fact that some of the err Encl tables have revived some of the talking Point which they used against the league of not. Hons to create antagonism to the administration s world court pro Popaj. Wol be answered. These be answered if not seriatim in considerable detail by Hughes. He will respond to the critic in his own party and meet the position of Wood Row Wilson former president who declared that unconditional acceptance of the court plan would be preferred to a Tynce with reservations. The address to be delivered by Hughes undoubtedly will be the key note of the Battle which the administration intends to wage tor adherence to the world court. It will he a development and amplification of the address delivered at Dee Moines by Herbert Hoover Secretary of Commerce and will indicate the line that win be taken by president Harding when he makes his pronouncement of the. Subject during the Western trip the conference before which Hughe will make his address takes on Eddy tonal significance this year because All of the topic to be considered virtually embrace All of the knotty International problems that confront this government at the present time. It Wol be in a sense an open forum at which the leading International Law experts of the country wu1 give advice. Other topics of the conference Are the relation of the armistice and the treaty of Versailles and the relation of the treaty of peace Between the United states and Germany to he Nerv of Versailles " by Webb Miller. Baited Pru guff ourm mint by United Rry a a. Paris april 2s.--the, Berlin government la the prisoner of an Industrial oligarchy similar to the old military oligarchy which seeks to Force Germany into bankruptcy in an attempt to escape payments of reparations meanwhile using the Money due the allies to perfect a Groat Industrial machine Premier Poincare declared in an exclusive statement Given the United press. Poincare stated that reports of three Cabinet ministers who have just returned show the situation in the Ruhr is getting better and better he charged that Berlin is directing the armed resistance extending even to the assassination of French soldiers. The population of the Ruhr Valley does not intend to sacrifice itself to cause the great Industrial leaders who since Versailles have done everything tao veld payment of reparations to build their of Prosperity at the expense of execution of the treaty he said. Sometimes powerless but More often As an. Accomplice the govern ment at Berlin is prisoner of an oligarchy which like that of theold time militarists runs the Empire. measure no measures Are taken to prevent exportation of capital. Insufficient taxes Are inefficiently collected and the fall of the Mark is augmented from Wek to week. But at the same time while they Are thus preparing opening and voluntarily for bankruptcy Tho Money owned the allies is being employed to perfect an Industrial machine and to increase production in preparation for the economical struggle for the future. During this time How did France who More than others was ravaged by the German invasion solve the problem of her devastated regions How has she provided Homes for her unhappy Peoples simply by substituting herself for her defaulting debtor. In january two thirds of the colossal task was finished. To do it. France was crushed with taxes and involved in debts. She was forced to spend in place of the responsible author of the damages the sum of ninety eight billion francs. Now you know Why we Are in the Ruhr. Encouraged by the forbearance of the allies the germans flattered themselves the allies would sicken and finally abandon the project. It was necessary to put an end to this scandalous scheme. Mat been nuts he. It is not sufficient to solve the reparations question quickly and definitely but it must be an equitable solution. World peace depends upon it. The world would have looked on stupefied if in the face of ruined France the magnates of German Industry had scheduled in freezing Germany from her debts. It would have been a most immoral Victory. What an encouragement it would have been to those who dream of a future revenge who Don t regret aggression but Only its Lack of Success. And who would have understood this better than our friends in America the soldiers of right in the great War. In the Ruhr we observe a sort of relaxation. The population is becoming accustomed to the present state of things. The infrequent incidents Are the work of a Small minority. The striking revelations in the Reich Stag on March $1 by Froelich show too clearly How these incidents which cause bloodshed Are prepared in As a reply to the statements of president Ebert in ten interview Given the United press in which the German chief executive dwelt �., some length on the killing of workers by French troops at Essen Poincare reviewed the whole Essen incident giving striking proof that the French soldiers were attacked and that they malt noned remarkable san Froid and discipline before finally being forced to fire. Anti klan Bill is passed by Senate Sacramento april 23.-the Senate today by a vote of 27 to 0 passed the Badaracco measure already approved in the Assembly prohibiting the wearing of masks or disguises in Public the measure. Declared to be aimed at the to of. California went iwo Juk the upper House without a voice Alsed against stand with. Only the meager explanation a to senator ,-is�bte5--n its support Sample in a few words explained the Bill and its provisions and Tho vote was. Taken Imine lately. Under the provisions of the Bill violation of the statute is a tyls Demeanour. The. Bill As passed in the Assembly made violation a felony but an amendment in Senate committee changed the penalty. The Senate adopted the joint Resolution already carried w the As to Sinai authorizing for final adjournment 14 Days before the designated Date instead of 28 Days As has hitherto been the Rule. The upper House dozen of their own measures. Included Assembly Bills and half that number of their own measures. Included in the former were the Aeri Stai a i a mend Menta Jat Ftp my and Graves St the crime Law end affording More strip Eft punishment for to Febery and burglary. There Are eight Hutts in this series were passed by. The Senate without opposition. They were introduced at the request of the los Angeles anti crime commission following a series of conferences with officials of that City and county. The Senate Bills approved were All of minor nature. Including two by Sample slightly changing the game Laws regulating Hunting in the san Diego District. Mishaps in East i Wal killed by United term. _ Washington april w. Two member of the Aery air Force were killed today off Hampton Bead when their seaplane crashed the nary department was informed. They Wen w. Hill machinist s mate had Ensign Gordon Ganther cant Bridge mail. The two were flying a Wmk Loa Gaby spit when the plane eel lapsed. Six resented. New York april into the 19 Miles from land six persons in a Hying boat were washed near Shore and rescued at Coney Island Early today. Four four hours five men end a woman occupants of the plane drifted aimlessly about in the Choppy sea. A second seaplane containing Pilot Robert Moore sole survivor of the miss Miami crash and two passengers was reported Down in the sea 15 Miles off a Bury Park n. J. A coast guard Cutter picked the three who were to attempt Thor flight today. A third plane which was supposed to have set out for new York from Langley Field Virginia was unaccounted for. The flying boat f. , which was picked Upil Vaa forced Down by engine trouble in a heavy sea 26 Miles off Long Island last night. After encountering a Squall which blew her toward Short she drifted slowly about in the tossing Waves until the lights of steeplechase pier Coney Island became visible. Robert l. Dewey Nephew of Admiral Dewey and owner of the plane then jumped into the sea and swam ashore. He reported to the police and a Harbor boat was sent out in the darkness for the lost Plepe. It was found within 100 feet of the pier whence it had drifted from far at sea. The occupants of the plane were mrs. Martha Tuggs of Miami. Herbert Park us of new York Lieut. Smoky Rhodes. U. S. N., a Pilot of the n. C.-4 on its transatlantic flight. Dewey and two mechanics from Long Beach in. J. A second plane which set out from Langley Field for Rockaway was piloted by Robert Moore who operated the ill fated miss Miami which was destroyed on a trip to Havana year ago these in a thar a tall coming the Moira Psi twin they separated official at the Rockaway Beach naval Ahr station said they had expected three plane from Langley Field and had heard word from two of them this morning. Try of a a tafts commencement n a. A a Hob Attl damaged on coast by paid pm san Francisco. April 23.-one vessel was sunk one listed As missing and great anxiety expressed for a third As a result of storms and ship disasters on the Pacific Over Tho week end. The tug Barada was rammed and sunk by the Standard Oil Tanker Richmond late today off the san Pedro breakwater according to reports received her. Four members of the tug s Crew were saved and one remained unaccounted for Early today. I the four masted Barke Nune Alta for their annual commencement sex Vax s\fx?ov. Rowch a r n it we listed As missing. She left 8�n Kev Jam we Tomb Brougher. Pedro California for Washington i a tor of a Temple Baptist Church ports several Days ago. The Vee Ilo Angeles will give the com l me Cement address for the Berkeley programs of divinity schools the Berkeley Baptist divinity school and the Pacific school of religion Are making final arrangements Lusel has ,.p?" Baptist divinity school at 3 o clock fear was wtt0h tuesday evening. May 1 in the first in Casco. Which left san fran-1,�.,__�, Selsey has never been reported. R was expressed the " ship Casco which left Cisco april it for Bri reka and has not arrived had met disaster. Ship. Jammed. Sea Tele wash., april is. Rammed a midship by the Tanker la Purisima. Outbound from Seattle to oleum. California Early this morning near slip Point Between Dun Ken Ess and port Townsend. The bar dentine Mary of Kleman inbound. Was severely damaged and was leak Long badly shortly after the crash according to wireless reports received it the Harbor radio station today. one was injured on either ship. The la Purisma proceeded on her Way to California and the Winkle Man was towed to port Townsend by the const guard Cutter bulletins Rak Robt Lelu Apt m seven me and eme Waii of the a iim4 woe Deatter Colony Are a Eye exert Here today from prvs a he a a it. Of Adea aate food -----k.irirr.j, yesterday by ear ferry Aan. Wet dispatched fuming crosses at Santa Barbara by Waltert Prev i. Santa Barbara april 23. Huge crosses of Iron wrapped with Oli soaked sacks were fired during the dead of night last night one on the Foothills one on the Mesa and one on a raft before the City. Police and firemen declare they wed the work of night riders who were observing in a sinister manner the death of a Constable of the order shot at Inglewood a year ago. For weeks rumours have beep afloat that the local night. Rider organization which was broken Here following an expose of the membership list and activities grow Logout of the Inglewood shooting was being re organized but the burning Cross Celebration la the first confirmation of these reports. Chief of police w. J. Wall announced Thi afternoon that every Effort will be made to Hunt Down the night riders membership Here and punish it. At the same time he warned that any other acts of the organization will be prosecuted. The crosses to be a fire menace which with a Little wind might have burned a Large area of foothill Homes. Armenian ii10t to be investigated by ten Ltd to. Dinuba. April a riot at Yetten an armenian settlement about 9 Milea. South of Here will he the subject of a county grand jury it was indicated. Fred c. Scott District attorney has taken statements Freaa a number of Pera Obs who have knowledge of the affair and it was understood these Pat menu would be Laid before the grand jury. The riots started when a committee of Raisin growers from Parlier. Near Here routed the armenian Colony in a attempt to persuade the armenian Raisin growers to join the Raisin grower association la the marketing of their crops. Three person were injured. Assembly budget addition by United Entik Sacramento april 23.-opponents of governor Richardson s Economy budget gained another Victory today when the Assembly adopted an amendment offered by assemblyman Wright increasing the salary allowance for the san Jose teachers College $18,340. The vote was 40 to 39, As it has bean on almost every Issue so fax in the budget contest. Today s addition to the budget total brings the amount the lower House has added through amendments since the discussion opened last week to slightly in excess of . Consideration of the budget Coin fenced at 11 o clock this morning with the vote on the amendment coming just at the noon hour. A second Wright motion adding to the sum for the san Jose school s support allowance will be considered later today. The Voje by which the an to administration Force gained today Victory broke the. Deadlock which kept the Assembly in session until t o clock Friday morning assembler Man Hawe. Who whet the Roll was called then returned today and voted with the opposition forces. We fire in St. H&j&8 Ore. April Ujj fire Beu eved to have been tamed by a hot is in to mul Efi Afung. De 8. F. Hotel held bandits gets 55600 by plt4 pm. San Francisco april a fifty six Hundred dollars in Cash and checks was taken just before noon today by a Lone Bandit the held the auditor s office of the fashionable. Clift hotel Here. The Man escaped. Or. Margaret Mcdade and Mia lrna., Lund clerks in the auditor s office were working Over their Book when a Man Arith a Whit Baadke chief Over i face and Aba buy dressed entered. Don t make any he warned a a band Ivy clipped the Telephone wire %1 the a Jour of pliers. How much Money have you intr be Salme. We have no men answered mrs. Mcdade v Only Tret s a Aid the Kaaa. And he covered the two girl with i ctr so he the to it Shedeak dear a Bleeka the w injured by Auto ill eight lobbying by United i i. Sci Samento april 21.-governor Richardson today notified uie Board of control to keep a strict watch on state employees guilty of offensive lobbying and Cut their pay tor All Days spent in such activities. The governor declared he believed this notification would curb the asserted lobbying of a. R Heron Deputy director of education Sam h. Conn another Deputy and Edwin r. Sny Tler. A commissioner of education who Are guilty the governor declared of violating Bis order prohibiting state employees from appear a fora the legislature favouring or opposing measure. I am determined to do my part in helping the legislature free itself of Baptist Church. The commencement address for the Pacific school of religion will be Given by chief Justice Curtis d. Wilbur at s o clock thursday evening. May sat the first congregational Church. The commencement week program of the Berkeley Baptist divinity school will begin next 8unday morning when the educational Sermon will be Given by or. John Snape at the first Baptist Church Oakland. On sunday evening the missionary Sermon will be Given by Rev. Louis j. Sawyer pastor of the Hamilton Square Baptist Church san Francisco at the first Baptist Church this City. The Board of trustee Wilt hold their annual meeting at 2 o clock monday afternoon at the divinity school Bowditch and Dwight Way and the faculty of the school will give a reception to the student and friends of the school on monday evening at the school. The alumni of the school will hold the annual luncheon at the Silhouette on Telegraph Avenue tuesday noon. This will be followed by the annual dinner which will be attend de by the trustees faculty students and friends at 5 so o clock tuesday afternoon at the first Baptist Church. The formal commencement exercises will be Hekt at 8 o clock tuesday evening. Or. Brougher 8 a inject will he key and key the commencement program of the Pacific school of religion will begin with the annual dinner of the Board of trustees to be held wednesday evening at the Berkeley inn. At the meeting the building program will be discussed and important step will ploys must attend Ami rep " Legisla Takt service. Fri their duties spend music week Ope Biog delights thousands tomorrow Ensy Day thousands of Persona attending local churches theatre and hotel concerts last evening wot the spirit of Berkeley s music week which was formally opened. The High school band gave a delightful concert my afternoon at the Berkeley station and there was a pleasing program a Van at the twentieth Century club this afternoon which was arranged by mrs. Genevieve Wade Hatch. The Hillside club under the chairmanship of mrs. John Post a a Well arranged program for tonight. In addition to the program of music Roy in Truon Danforth will give an address on Cla goal and modern music under the title Bach to Berlin. or Down tomorrow s Observance will Start at 7t50 with a program on the Campanile Chimes. Number Witt col disc of adeste Fidel to Enow Dix. Jeu Dilecto Siml and All hallows. At 10 a. M. There will be a concert in the High school auditorium by member of the graduation Claa. At 12 15. M. The Al Wanna club will devote its regular luncheon to the subject of music and a program will be Ren dered. Including a string Trie from the University by tension department Catt a my Pas Randi nates wil1 have Busy week with municipal election Day Only a week away candidate on both ticket Are Pun Ninf Fer men St campaigning atone the Home stretch. The principal meeting ten writ win be  rally at the Burbank school under the auspice of the Berkeley state housewives league. Practically a candidates we a Peak mrs. W. T. Cleverdon league Voll debate with speakers from the affiliated Berkeley clubs on the two cow Orttie Haimm initials me the has surd charges against to my and methods of the Berl Nic pal league said Al c chairman of the Lelarae a boyhood meet of St Day at the Home of Semeo c. Bum. In totem Law a easm. Did we no knew sol Man Wbji-sfs9s.0pasjei r y t Charm d. the a Sims so. Spirited Cut sea who make ctr charges against those who att his Way we might add Dree asm a ply to him a. A or. A a Laie Wev pc a the league Chai Tihan i appoint the Norm Aej thl Foteni my psis Aal Shefl a the City Ham Jet any although or. Herf food pm advice Tot we Wpm it to Lee would Enders owe a jul cog halt Friend a at tilter. Us Vijh. I chose a representative Fumm Pic i and every Section of Taw cr��44hej in the Nea Inatomi Cou Amft a a duty of which wave the of the qualification of Creek that Asema sir 4 a j the we club is Elm cow Canrie chosen by from the tons. A i the annual alumni dinner will of held to the school at noon Tours the governor declared. State pm Jug f. Swart. To by is Tad the. Santa Rosa april 2s. John Doe warrants charging reckless driving and falling to give Aid were issued today unidentified Motorist who yesterday struck a motorcycle Ridden by Nicholas Kleyn Schoorl of Berkeley. Gleyn Schoorl whose father is said to be a member of the University of California faculty suffered a caused lag and physicians attending him at a Hospital Here said today Tho leg would be amputated. The Accident occurred of the state he Gotway Between Santa Rosa and Helmsburg. 1 cannot be located. Safonts today to locate the family of the injured Man Here either through University or other source we re unavailing today the University has no record of any one by the name Given to the dispatch. Of . Oakland april 21-the supervisors today instructed the associated charities to take 0tf the county is the name of miss l. A. Putter who has been drawing $20 a month. Met has recently sold a House for 41000 and is now living with san Diego relatives. Today s major league scores Day a a a Day in lobbying Are net Nea by in ?c1 the coup ghz Yew that the in Ritorti own salary arrant. Is withheld Purd pay of Melter of his department he stopped because of their asserted lobbying was made Here today by will c. Wood superintendent of Public instruction. The statement followed an in Dunc Ament by the governor Early today that he had ordered the Board of control to hold the salaries of Wood de ulies Inlew they discontinue their alleged activities against the administration budget by attempting to influence members of the legislature. Asks arrest of Phillips aide Merman and students which adne Day of Len Cement i wednesday eve tire. A \ it candidate for the Board of education will be held tonight at the studio of or. Grace berated Ashby Avenue near Piedmont Avenue. Frank d. String Ftp and Jamea k. Flask. And Date for mayor hav Beem invited to speak. Or. R. T. Cooker la chairman of the committee in charge of the meeting. String am and protestor Samuel c. May the latter a a Ahmau a a Bey Wobar month plea. Of thl. Khuth Hyt oter of a. Tag on the a a league Voket will speak at Alum rally tool hit the Carrio not Ben venue the Delegate attending a weekly Eon Ference on the proposed new traffic ordinance this noon at Pex were unanimous in favor of having a jaywalking provision i petted in the measure. Thl clause would Luke it unlawful for pedestrian to Coosa Street except it Refu Tat of eating in the various business District. Making Shattuck pm i - Phi Reh tary of state Hughes asking for the Ottest of Jesse Careen who is said to have accompanied Clam Phillips convicted murderess to Honduras. The message said please have your department request Honduras authorities to provisionally arrest and detain Jesse Careen pending extradition. He has been charged by the state of ,7.i a Al front Newith arson and also with Aid Long a murderers Clara Phillips to escape extradition papers for both mrs. Phillip and Carsen will be in uie hand of governor Richardson by wednesday according to an opinion Ejk pressed by sheriff Traeger last night. He is today speeding South with the necessary form and will have them completed and rushed in their District feeling that two hours is better. If an agreement cannot be reached for a uniform parking limit in All business districts it is Likely the City Council will be Aakon to make parking limit zones. George Murray representing the Down town business association displayed his maps on parking. It league be he at a Horn resident of to orig thu cold Avenue and c. B. Bancroft Avenue tomorrow i i also Way pea at. League a ass Jed a a Al far or. W. W. Elect of the an Regent the create president and i v Tlona of Dean of tithe Cut to Ami of executive Seera tary. A part of the general Botn blog mapped a cordial to report Pravaj intr in the Easbey. \ presi cat be rows and i Moat. Anth refuse of comment upon a phut of doctor Comphell who is to the Bast. To has tins beep known thai her Rege ats half a pin of me code re new a Cia Ereo a reorganisation such jut have As near a uniform parking pwn present plan Mart butaud. A. A i a or at a to a i a. I a a _1.v of the conference to tih dered a a i Puni Patlon sue i tics i k.#. Or a evil Teke. J Kanii Luini a �-.7" tires War r pwn a san am. M Vuk. A streets will permit. Attending the Campbell Jet Blufy 1. We pm i conference were Earl a Sinclair. New executive Steps into oace.,is " " con Eldered of a c. Moran. H. D. Irwin George Mur Ray and h. L. Haney. In trod Civ the Ference next monday noon. League at melt Era r. H. E. New Tork,sn80 200 01-4 8 1 Wynt -t.j00opio0 0-8 8 s Msj Neft Yan. Jon Nard cad Gasten Smith a mfrs and Oxberry.  at Beaton pm Delphila Beeton postponed rain. At Othyl Natl b. H. E Pitta it Ciao of 1 Ott id i Cincinnatt to i 010 0- 8 i ba4tei1ep---Bo�Hler, Ohsner and spech Pom Ujj in Fate and Harare be. At Csc ago a . It Loui a a to Oo�Ͽ�Oi-4 7 s cd Cap old 10 0  in0 -7 10 i Bati eur Tway flt Nart and Clem Mon Alesa Jiler Atud Hartnett at new of Cut to f . Wmrjwtenx�0 0�0 f " from i duties. It a believed on la Campus hat the fait ure of the Regent the appoint a successor to or. Matt Lek Aal hts tor Ward the verify of the Reorg Nalaa tion report. Out Fatm a has close Cau when off by Alt Tel ten yearned Ruth 0?h�5 it Cedar Street received minor cuts wet used Japan Early test ii motor vehicle act. Dinane View Atoka total out of 2a for the month of aces ruins to the Mattw " the no today. Or Nils act it.  is Sec

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