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Berkeley Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Berkeley, California
U. S. Hit by Lloyd George Berkeley California resold Raitid on peace with Dennany comes up in House Friday declares Irish indent is Iff Day by Cobb mulch United press correspondent London March 31.-prime minister Lloyd George s Home Rule Bill for Ireland passed second. Reading today damage suit filed by russian soviet Jur fag Fin debate sir Edward. Carton Irish unionist Leader said he had been warned by Scotland Yard that six clan a Gael members had landed from America with the avowed intention of assassinating him. Earn Mon de Valera president of the Irish Republic is putting Forward the same arguments in the United states that Jefferson Pavis did when he attempted justification or secession of the Southern states prime minister Lloyd George declared when he took the floor in defense of hts measure. say the s to America the prime minister said. De Valera is putting if. Forward the same claim in the same /. Language that Jefferson Davis did some sectors voting on the recent motion the motion in the u. S. Senate favouring Irish Freedom arc descended from families which fought each other to the death in the a n civil a fyr Over demands similar to those Ireland now makes upon great Britain. 1 we claim nothing More than the a hinted states claimed and we will. Stand for nothing / Ulster s Unal of Able opposition to any form of Home attack police Barracks. A Cork Ireland March 31.-a Large of arty of a Rcd men attacked the to a Fiji be Barracks at Durt us 45 Miles West Aid South of Cork Early today. The riders were. Driven off after a the acc Matur fight tyo policemen were Wotan did. By United or re a. San Francisco March 31. The russian soviet government today brought suit in the United. States court Here for $50,000 damages Jde Claretto have been Sustai ried through detention of the Steamer Roghai in this port. Negotiations for the suit have been carried on through Ludwig c. R. Martens soviet ambassador to the United states. The action was brought by attorney. Austin Lewis representing Martens. The complaint set Forth that Martens has been ordered to take Possession of the ship which is a russian than sport. The tied up Here by libel proceedings brought by members of its Crew who claim wages were Urt pair. The recognized russian Consul has entered a Contention that the ship cannot be held by such proceedings since it is not privately owned but is a government today s suit questions the authority of the russian Consul to intervene. This is said to be the first suit before a u. S. Court in which the soviet Washington March 31. The Resolution to declare peace Between the United states and Germany will be called up h the House Friday chairman Porter of the foreign affairs committee said today. A final draft of the Resolution has been agreed to by the Republican leaders and it will be introduced in the House today they said. Consideration and a favourable report by the foreign j affairs committee is expected tomorrow and the rules committe Campbell said is ready to make it the special order of the House the following Day. Original plans for House leaders government presents itself As a Sov were to adjourn Over Good Friday Ereign Potter and asks equal rights in but it has been decided that this will the other world nations be a fitting Day to consider a Icsom it i seen Here As an attempt to Tion declaring peace. Force recognition of the soviet gov " eminent by soviet courts and take the matter out of the hands of the state j the suit challenges the authority of the acting russian Consul and of russian ambassador Bakh Mcton. In a series of questions which the Federal court is asked to. Have answer cd7 lhe5tift" wild Rioce the pres Erit recognized representatives of Russia to come into court and state on what authority they act what government they represent and who is the head of that government. Admiralty lawyers Here expressed doubt whether the court would rec agonize the suit. _ looms up in state suffrage amendment vote at Dover held Over until tomorrow westphalian Are close to anarchy by United premm. London March 31.-a state of car anarchy prevails throughout the Industrial District in Westphalia for lowing collapse of the organized com Monist revolt a dispatch to the daily news from Rotterdam. Said today. Retiring red troops Defeated by the Ebert soldiers were holding prominent citizens for Ransom the dispatch said. Labor shortage on farms feared a v �.-. ref soldiers armed with machine guns and supported by flying squadrons with armoured cars were guarding Londonderry prison today following outbreaks by sinn be incurs imprisoned there and reports that an Effort might be made Wye in them. The additional troops arrived yesterday to reinforce the regular prison guard. Minor clashes were reported froth several districts. In Dublin Joseph Sweeney m. P., was arrested. Contract adopted by Coal miners by United pre a. New York March 31.-the bituminous Coal operators and miners today agreed to a two year contract embodying All the recommendations provided for in the report of president Wilson s bituminous Coal commission. The sub committee of the joint committee today adopted the tentative contract formulated by a special Coati Mitten of two one Miner and one operator and agreed to report it to the meeting of the joint scale committee this afternoon. The tentative can fact As adopted by the sub committee embraced the terms of the majority report of the presidents special soft Coal Coin Mission without change. John l. Lewis International vice president of the miners refused to comment on the tentative contract pointing out that it was subject to revision in the committee0 of the Whf Cle. He expected an amicable agreement however. Operators looked for adoption after Short debate putting the new agreement into eff Jet tomorrow. Wilson s health eliminates him ultimatum refused. Paris March 31.-the French foreign office was advised from Berlin today that the German Ruhr rebels have refused the ultimatum of general Yon Walter demanding that they give up their arms and disband their soviet. Meantime the advices said Independent socialists in Berlin had declared an ultimatum to the govern removal of Vori wac tar bps which a. In the Zuj against the a threaten strike. Berlin March 30. Night Berlin radicals have threatened to Call a general strike if the government uses unfair tactics in putting Down the Ruhr revolt it was understood Here tonight. The radicals were said to have telegraphed a Resolution pledging support to the westphalian communists at Essen. Socialists in the Ruhr District also were reported to have agreed to support the communists if the Berlin authorities Send additional troops into the disturbed District Chicago march31.-jazz, luxurious dinners plenty of shows and late1 hours together with easy jobs at High jobs threatens to came a labor shortage on farms this year which May cause further increases in living costs observers Here said today. Tempting offers by Farmers in the Grain Belt Are meeting with Little response and unless farm help is obtained shortly Farmers will have to work night and Day to get in their crops according to reports. By l nlt4 pre. Dover del., March 31.-efforts to Call up the Resolution ratifying the woman suffrage amendment in the House of representatives of the Delaware legislature failed today. Representative Hart sponsor of the measure refused to Call for a vote today and the measure went Over until tomorrow. Food production hit. Indianapolis March 3l-f" food production in Indiana is threats ened seriously by a shortage of farm labor George c. Bryant Field agent of the department of agriculture said today. Farmers generally contemplate reducing production about 10 per cent Bryant asserted. This is due mainly v. Farm values go up Lansing Mich. March 31. Michigan farms will double in value within a few years Verne h. Church Field agent of the Michigan crop Bureau declared today the present Drain on farm labor caused by abnormally High wages in factories and Industrial establishments is a temporary condition Church said. As soon As this condition shifts Back to Normal a marked change will be noted he added. Near in by i note in i Rumm. Copenhagen March 31 la borates were to present their plan to Call h general strike against the King s action in dismissing the Cabinet of Premier Zahl to a meeting of the Trade Union Congress today the King it was said charged the new ministry of labor with responsibility for preventing the strike but was told the ministry was Power fess. Railway workers and postal workers agreed to walk out if the strike was called. Social democrats at a meeting last night adopted a Resolution denounce atrocities at Bisbee charged by lolled Presa. Tombstone at api a with 31. Promise to attempt to prove atrocities against women and children in the Bisbee deportation of 1917 was made by the prosecution to the deportation trial Here today. Did you instruct your deputies to drag men from their Beds to Knock children out of their parents hands with Butts of4 guns and strike women prosecutor French asked former sheriff Harry s. Wheeler continuing his Cross examination. Wheeler said he gave no such instructions. He said he did instruct members of his posse to make their wills the night before the deportations. Ai i French then promised to offer evidence to show there were instances of cruelty. Wheeler declared he had kept plans for the deportations secret because if one word leaked out the streets of Bisbee would have been filled with dead and running with Wheeler was on the witness stand throughout yesterday. The vigorous Cross examination to which he was subjected covered a wide scope including an attempt into the question As to who composed the 1186 deported men. The sheriff said he did not know Mitch about them except that he was convinced that the vast majority were disloyal citizens. Wheeler declared he personally went among the men lined up for deportation and told those who were property owners or married to get out of line. Only forty or fifty of them took . Carnahan Satsat Cmunt follows Mcrritt s statement proves what the people should , is that Hoover pretending in California to be a progressive Republican is attempting to be the beneficiary of the fight against Johnson that is being made by reactionary representatives like the new York times of the new York Money interests whose support Hoover solicited when he began his Jackson miss March 31. The Mississippi House of representatives today refused to ratify the suffrage amendment. The vote was 94 against and 23 for the amendment. Mississippi thereby lost its Chance to be the 36th state to ratify. The Senate yesterday adopted the Resolution. \ suffrage leaders forced a vote after several friends of the measure had hastened Here following the action of these Ianc yesterday in reversing its previous was prolonged cheering in the House when the vote was announced. Suffrage supporters lost two votes Over the number secured a month ago alien tie Lions Defeated the measure 106 to 25 that the suffrage leaders May ask for a vote was indicated when it was Learned that several gators who favor the amendment had returned to the Capitol. Allow $580 for new school work Oakland March 31.-the fifth annual conference of the Twenty third District of the International association of rotary clubs opened this led Ort Orializ that the Roosevelt. _. I a r. Ienn fitted Ditori airy Max Pic -. So in u titt a Hott a a film a Willi control the Chicago Conven Des Moines la., March 31. J delegates from Hawaii Nevada Ari great difficulty will be experienced in i Zona and All Over California in at getting this year s Corn crop on the Market unless More labor is secured for farms in the. Corn Belt immediately Federal employment officials Here declared today. George b. Al continued on paste 0.1 Mary Pickford weds Fai the announcement of their secret big the King s coup and demanding wedding Here sunday night. Mes new. Elections after the plan followed j in republics we Fth Extension of the voting Power the King approved the new Cabinet under the Prei Heirship of Otto Liebe late yesterday. Y i. . Claims Honor of being convicted Tendance. President Herman Johnson of the Oattla id rotarians welcomed the delegates at the opening session following invocation by i,.,- i i a. I Rev. Josiah Sibley of san Francisco Bert director of the state employment ithe response was made by Alexander t., sheriffs superintendent of san Jose schools and District governor of the Berkeley rotary club Lead by Lowell Redfield made a decided hit with Community singing at the morning session and the Stockton club s presentation of the pageant the patriotism of peace scored heavy lev the Only address of the Day was Given by Albert s. Adams president of the International association during the morning talks were Given by or. Tully Knowles of san Jose Robert Mart land of Oakland. Arthur free of san Jose and Fred Hunter superintendent of Oakland schools. There was also a Solo by Charles f. Bulotti of san Francisco. This is the first time that the Oaks. Land rotary club has played the part of Host to the delegates of a District convention but already the visitors Are convinced that they Are go by United press. Los Angeles March 31. Douglas Fairbanks the Ever smiling Doug and his Bride Mary Pickford were showered with messages of congratulations from All parts of the Western hemisphere today following their the Board x f education yes Cray voted to allow $580 for extra work on the thousand Oaks school. William Hays school architect showed the Board members several plans and a sketch of the school As it will appear when completed. The Batter of payment for electrical inspection on the school wad referred to Hays Tot investigation. ,.a the need of additions in the schools to insure fire prevention was pointed out in a letter from assistant fire chief Haggerty who has just finished an inspection of the schools. He stated that new fire exits were needed in the Domestic science rooms of the Whit tier Lincoln be cont Washington and Frances Vuillard schools. He rec mended that the hat Racks be removed from the Middle of the Hall at co Lumbus school and a new fire exit be installed in the sewing room on the Jii a. . floor. The Walla of the own we or such we imm Mim nest of i ital Campaign. A but the times which is bitterly fighting John son Only yesterday and Tiomi that to Hanson and Wood will Divide the Roo Cvek strength and will enter. The convention with nearly enough votes to control. By Hugh Baillie United press stall correspondent Washington March 31.-president Wilson s health is such. A hat it will be impossible for him to go through a third presidential fight without danger of anther collapse it was Learned today. Democrats in Congress who were worrying about Wilson running for a third term now Apnoea satisfied that he will not do so. Their efforts henceforth will be concentrated on trying to Brake him admit it. So the Field May be cleared for the democratic candidates. Whyou is expected to maintain silence and in this Way keep his party leadership. Wilson it. Is understood favors the sending of delegates to i the san Francisco convention. G. Mcadoo was originally a j voted at the White House then was j eclipsed by attorney general Palmer and now it is reported that Mcadoo is again being looked upon with favor. Sentenced to hang. Tupelo miss., March 31-the sages streamed constantly to the door of the palatial Fairbanks Home at Beverly Hills and one servant was assigned to the unceasing task of an swering the telephones the pics sages came for men and women in t All walks of life from the romantics. Market Adf sits Tai my now let me Appeal to drop. And reason for a moment and will see the comb Fele Assn Whity of a entire situation. A Berkeley in locating the a Trade at Home everyone to agree4 that cons support of the a Pine merchant result in commercial business men Are pay Igor a Cea and taxes to this. Protu Yaj you is it fair and Itiat Toff i who create our business with their Money Mark y we of comr " the big event Al by United or exit. Portland ore., March 31. Yes sir i had that Chaplin editor of Solidarity official organization of the i. W., when he a Vas asked in court Here late yesterday if he was convicted with William d. Haywood in Chicago last summer for conspiracy to obstruct the draft. Chaplin was Star witness for the defense in the trial of Joseph Launsby Portland Radical charged Voith criminal syndicalism. George f. Vandervier defense counsel took the stand yesterday in behalf of his client. George. The honeymoon will include trips to Denmark Sweden. France and Italy and will consume several months time. Doug announced today that pm gigs Are. Being made for his Bride and ire to appear As co my is in at least on motion picture to be produced shortly. Formal announcement was made at a wedding dinner at the Fairbanks continued on Page 6. R0d1fer is held for higher i Home in Beverly Hills last s league stand. San Francisco March 31. The first Complete expression of Herbert Hoover s views on the peace treaty and the league of nations were made Public Here last night in a statement sent to. Ralph p. Mcrritt Campaign manager of the Hoover Republican club of California. 1 regardless of what any of us May think should have been thc.pro-, visions of the league or the treaty i we and the world should not be kept ,._ waiting longer for a settlement the Ira Rodin cd of 455 ,65th Street. Tement said. Oakland was held to answer in Bai snap conditions suspect in Carlson murder Case is held Linister and Mutual Superior court Edgar today on couple performed the marriage Cere i a charge of failing to report his jury trying Chas. Marshell on a charge of murdering Fannie Green Miller her Vlony of 10 30 o clock sunday ight i name and. Automobile registration at the Fairbanks Home. Efforts were made to keep the marriage i secret for at least two weeks tin account of business Oakland. March 31. Robert Lee Toomis suspected Slayer of Eula cartoon Piedmont is in the Alameda county Jal today,.while police a. Investigating the charges against the Young Man who a brought Here from Tracy last night. I turks revolting against allies e w Paris. March 31-a revolution i when Toomis was arrested he Hac directed against the allies has Broketa infant child and her father returned newspaper clippings of the out throughout All Turkey except n verdict of guilty this afternoon. Carlson murder the police said. He constantinople Budapest dispatch Marshall was sentenced to i Vang Jarch quoting the new spa or. Peste Lloyd a to 28, they said Vav so a a 1.1v-. Now and to other causes which the league would mitigate the world is steadily Drifting Back to a worse state. C ii j of International antagonism than sex t number following an Accident on istpf1 before toil a january a 2j which Cost % life of , jj1. That. La Lodge r u raw injury a resolutions As recently modified de. Sii. If twists of St rpm the possibility of the creation of James pish of 2744 Elm Wood a Vel 6tent-organization to mitigate the nue were Riding a motorcycle at Dan Jar it of he said. R me no r u a after dec ring that the question a r 2 , iof disarmament is a vital a to or ingtr5, l 3nd Deputy the american people. Hoover said. Sherf Bond were among witnesses if we can a re n0llsattvbx Dis a a / Powne and Ingersol Testi annal int. must tax ourselves a fied to the condition of wrecked Coupe 0f billions a Vear and enter machines Bon told of taking the the h for preparedness and build a m t0"4hc a Soltak m 8? fran Lup a Nii Harv caste of our Ces District at Hoover s willingness to accept the Torney. Prosecuted the Case and j re Pelican presidential Nomina Uon if attorney Walter Burpee appeared it is demanded of him that he he Tor the defense a Suir As a result i of the a Accident in pending. " caution Campaign opens tomorrow More than 300 rrcs�ntat�e9-Lfil various civic organizations will attend the Berkeley Accident prevention Campaign luncheon it hotel Wolti Lecotton tomorrow noon which will formally open the two week s drive against carelessness. With h. M Wolflin superintendent of the do Oart ment of safety of the state Industrial Accident commission and Isaiah Hale superintendent of safety of the Santa pc Railroad a St principal speakers those attending Are assured of an interesting hour. Mayor Louis Bartlett and police chief August Volt incr will talk on the local Accident situation. Former mayor Sam Ucol c. Irving will preside. Additional Young women students of the University will in late this afternoon for duty As policewomen on saturday afternoon during the big Accident prevention Campaign. There will be a meeting at 5 o clock in room 110 Wheeler half when the sorority girls and fraternity men will Complete plans for their part in the Parade. Chairman Frank Berg of the stunts committee announced the list of prizes and donator. They Are largest Sale of tags-$15 order on Lincoln Market and $10 order on Nichols Groc Ervy second prize 10-lb. Box of Candy from Steele Candy company third prize $10 Worth o Art goods from Joseph Mckeown s fourth Price $10 order on Winston s fifth prize quart of milk a Day for trait Liuto of pm Al child if into r Auto legs broken while playing in the Street at Clare Mont Boulevard and Garber Street yesterday six year old Ward of 2942 Claremont Boulevard was struck by an automobile and suffered a fractured leg. The machine is owned by the grocers baking company and was driven by Paul Bryant who took the child to her Home. By a. W., Page was called. According to i Bryant s Story to he police the Chad ran into the rear wheel of his machine and was knocked Down. Ounce of common sense be up 2,s00 would defray the expel to curved in erecting or Fern and equipping a attn Tehjui to the Council undoubtedly iffy Liiva fact and their favor Abbt Vole matter today had one of haul two objects they either Date Law to rid of the ladies or they were i to the gallery hoping to incite a on the face of the goddess of will help wealthy. The poor Man is suppose Benefit by the Muste Pat Market m the contrary it wih b the be with machines who really profit the Cut rate sales that to Preston \ Market could be established i or possibly two Hutt dred Thoua dollars and it would probably More let. Us say potatoes Are de for Sale at 50 cents a bag bet the current Market Price. The sons who own machines cot Ltd of take advantage of the offers Man without a machine co adv Arry a sack of potatoes Oil he Ali ller Ana a Eon nor Rier Rouhi be at least 50 cents gentlemen there is no such Thi \ bargain. You get for and no More. If a Hie mrk to be self sustaining Wimch a a Nance provides it. A we Jim ill of its expenses of \ of do not think no mint that the expenses municipal Market will t is those of an Hudi visual Tirk consequently the prices a Ftp l warily be As High or her. My next and most Ora Pei s calling your attention on the same proposition a a \ ears since. a that the citizens of Berl Usley a whelming by Defeated la Imam if Nanc at that time. Tote a a lot determining the into i pc Jority is to secure a Dirrett through the Baudot outgrow rid of a the situation growth of socialism am an individual test i Calist. If the City going to Institute s Prises let the entice Iii and to furs Westerly Wimb ,. A a a. To. To. A
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