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Berkeley Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Berkeley, California " a clean newspaper All the Berkeley news and a Complete dependable telegraphic service from All the news centers of the world. Berk j a City but i Charchek urte thriving Watert tattle school facilities a adj the University o0 established 1877. Ten pages Berk ki�yralff0rnlar Germany s note declared permission May to Harding planning by Henry Wood United press staff correspondent j Geneva november 24. Ger-1 Many has forced her Way into the league of nations discussion. The j whole German situation will be can-1 passed thursday when he protest 1 against the distribution of ruler col-1 onies under mandate is to be Dis j cussed. E. D. Millen australian j with the assistance of president by presidential by i Nicil trash. Washington d. A november 24. Peace with Germany by congressional Resolution should be accomplished As soon As possible. Senator Knox Pennsylvania said today. He announced his intention of introducing his peace Resolution As soon As Congress convenes but whether lie will press action during the Short session depends on the views of the majority of his Republican colleagues and president elect Harding. Knox was of the opinion that immediate action on his peace Resolution must come As a result of a proposed canvass of democratic sentiment. He was Jno in Toj Hank Hal As a result Ottic. Elections the views of some democratic senators might be changed to vote for overriding a veto of the peace Ruso by Raymond Clapper United press staff correspondent Cristobal canal zone. November 24. President elect Harding today expected to make an inspection trip through the Panama canal. He was to traverse the canal on a mine layer and will be shown the Workings of the Gigantic Loc its. Harding intends to remain at the Pacific end of the canal until Friday. Governor Harding of the canal league envoys plead with lithuanians and poles to end fighting ill i no cd i a cml. London november._24. Stationed in no mans land Vii a Tele phone leading to both polish and lithuanian Headquarters league of nations commissioners vainly pleaded with the opposing leaders to end the fighting according to a dispatch received Here today. I he Fnu i riot tic Little he with a special train flying the league of nations Ting. The half continues to rage with gun and Rifle a leis whining past Only. 200 Yards away. Over reported plan to raid London prevents panic in school when movie machine Burns 1 a he presence a. Hamilton of mind of the school Bancroft  Street prevented a called by death one elect at follow Boa. Hundreds ill entertain the president an dinner tonight this is to be by a Public reception at bal carried the fight to the Assem an interview today i Len de mans Bly. In dared ,.-. It was necessary to Call a showdown on Germany s impudence. Berlin was inspired by two motives in sending that impertinent note threatening she would no longer consider herself bound by the colonies clause of the treaty. She hoped to gain a disruption of the league and disagreements among league members. Then she hoped to obtain restriction of distribution of mandates until she becomes a member of the league qualifies As a mandatory Power herself and thus. Again obtains control of her former colonies. Australia will insist on a distribution of mandates As previously agreed upon. We Are opposed to giving Germany the slightest consideration. It is none of Berlin s business How the mandates Are handled. Her rights to the territories were sacrificed forever. Whether the supreme Council or the league is entitled to dispose of them is a purely technical matter As Between the allies and the league.".  Millen declared he intended to demand today that German s tactics be he expected full support from France Anu a . The Assembly practically decided yesterday to await the new administration in the United states before a attempting amendments to the covenant. Committee reports. Immediate admission of Austria and Bulgaria was recommended to the league of nations Assembly to j Day by the commission on member ship. The commission reached favourable decisions on the former enemies of the world but withheld recommendations for a number of Small european1 states until., conditions ave stabilized Ami recognition has been accorded by nearby Powers. J those states favored for membership in today s report Are Austria. Bulgaria Finland Albania and Lux i the petitions of Latvia Lithuania ukrainian and Esthonia were held j Over. Affairs in the Baltic regions i Are too chaotic to Perm to favourable action now the commission decided. Speaking before the sixth commis i Sion Leon Bourgeois France declared France cannot disarm until Germany has been compelled to fulfil j All conditions of the Versailles treaty j Germany he admitted has begun Dis a armament but has not completed it. I before disarming France will await the report of a military com Mission which will meet in Geneva to prepare a disarmament plan he said. This plan take into consideration the geographical and special conditions Ivr Vnti . Bourgeois said. In order to emphasize the International character of the commission to oversee the lithuanian plebiscite the league Council has invited the scandinavian to Send Small detachments of gendarmes. Lution. British West tired in White ing and mrs. Lure last night afterwards night was four men Hurt when freight trains bump l no Cal i Epim. Salem. Ore., november 24. Four trainmen were injured two perhaps fatally when two Southern j a civic freight trains collided five Miles East of Here this two trainmen who it is feared will die arc a. E. Strange conductor internal injuries and a crushed leg and w. C. , fireman paralysed below the hips. All of the injured were brought to a Salem Hospital. The collision was due to a dense fog As the result of which one of the freight trains ran past a flagman. Several cars of one of the freight trains were demolished. South a t acidic passenger today due to the wreck. The wreckage was expected to be cleared away Early Lii afternoon. Them Tropic plunge of Injia Jinns / indians and others at suits filed past hard Harding at the Hole taking hands wit of the. By i mrs. Ltd cola m. Wilson noted Wom educator first woman in the United states to hold the position of superintendent of schools and founder of the Stevan school for girls in americans 1 Chicago passed away this morning correspondent London november 24steps for the immediate establishment of peace in Ireland were urged in the House of commons today by former Premier Asci with supported by labor members. John Clines and Arthur Henderson joined Asi Nith in a motion condemning outrages and police reprisals in Ireland. The motion opened entire Irish situation de the discussion and George was expected f Extension of sinn England was reported following of s. Street Vea r. In the sea. The neat tempered shipment Euan planes i listed i a chm. Berlin november 24. Tent air Mission has halted input of in ship to i i the a a Germany All Metal planes the Larsen company in new York the Mission demanded that eleven machines of the shipment be Gwyen to the allies. The manufacturers declared this violated assurances previously Given that there would lie no interference with the transaction since the planes w Ere not for military purposes. A  a Plohg it i 0is frf1re" Tonte e. Armstrong 2424 Stuart she was. In her Eightieth and for fifty seven years was engaged in Active educational work. Mrs. Wilson was Horn in Lyman new Hampshire and was the daughter of William and Maria Little. She was married to or. Adam Wilson whose death occurred in 1869 in Littleton n. H. Following the death of her husband mrs. Wilson event to Des Moines Iowa where she was identified with the Public schools for Nineteen years and where she held the position of superintendent of schools the first woman to be elected to such an office. In 1890 mrs. Wilson went to Chicago where she founded the Stevan school for girls 4313 Dekel Boulevard which she maintained for Twenty six years. In 1916 she retired from teaching after serving for fifty seven years in the work and came to California first lived in Lasall a and came to of principal Washington Way and Grove panic with1 possible injury to pupils shortly before noon today when a portable motion picture machine caught fire presumably from a Shock circuit. Nearly 200 children assembled in the Hall for a thanksgiving program sat patiently waiting by Webb Micir a rioted press. Staft for the show to continue while Ham lil on was rii Shin a ta-uc.s.u a in a to the blazing motion picture niaehfiie1 under his Arm. He escaped without j Burns. The machine and 1,000 feet of film were destroyed. Fire1 chief g. Sidney i Rose who was called by Telephone extinguished the fire with a Pony Ich Emieal but the heat had warped the machine and the film was burned. I Hamilton said hat while showing the film he noticed something was1 wrong with the machine. Suddenly he saw smoke coming from the film i Magazine. He quickly disconnected the machine from. A Light socket and i Iran out of the Assembly Hall. The Chil Dren intently watching the picture did j not realize a leu had happened. By the time Hamilton had the Street the film was a Mas declares Mil will continue falling for Long Tine a debate on the a Asquith open Premier Lloyd to follow. Fein plots to Here today. It was declared the secret service uncovered plans for violence in Lon dam Liverpool and Manchester. Incriminating do cume its we re said. To have been obtained in Many raids in Southern Ireland. Reports at the Irish office Here were that the Roundup of suspects was the biggest yet undertaken by he government. Hotels. Were commandeered in Dib in and turned Over to the soldiery while private houses were searched for men and documents. " even the residence of Arch Bishop Walsh was searched police .s.valet. Many caught in Dublin. Hundreds of persons were caught  in Dublin when the Barb wire Cor a Don. Was thrown about the City. With hotels closed to the Public j Many sought sleep in the streets outside Dublin intensive raids still j were in Progress. At Bally Long. Ford it was reported firing lasted throughout last night with one a civilian killed."". Men described As uniformed Burn led a Creamery at duh Arrow. At to make her Home. She Cas Lerea where police made a search Pasadena and came to for suspects one Black and tan was old Beecher Church is damaged by fire in in prices of tier keys ill i no Day is no longer justified. The present prices declines arc backed by Finan i Cial uncertainty Plant closings it wer wages and a general demand ,f6r Thrift j. L. Wells economist witness for the packers Wells cited recent statistics of the Bureau of labor showing declines in reached 1 costs of three per cent in of 0f Tobor. Other figures were produced of taches Auri he dropped Iltha flaming j to s to prove prices of All Essen bundle into the Gutter Ana Trutt Tel a we have jumbled 5.4 per cent Dur. Bark to his office where he telephoned i the last month to the fire department i other witnesses for the packers con i he Ina Cuine Cost $250, and was Pur tended the drop amounted to 10 per chased by the school with Money j during the last year on All arts raised by social activities during the c is except food and clothing which last two Vears. I they said fell 30 per the i " i greatest reductions were made last j month they contended. V by claim drop a Mirage. Attorneys for the the tendency of prices had by Etc Aown i Ward but argued it was Only i Jini Raigey i and with reopening of the increased demand would i again cause. Price ascent ibis similar to those following declines in septem a her 1919. A a the employees representativesils6 pointed out the fall in prices has not been reflected in retail markets at a the workers have gained rib Ben efit1 instances were cited in the Pac Pirigy. Industry where the retail figure his advanced with lower wholesale mar r sets. _ a Vav articles which have been made  cheaper recently still arc higher Irig thanksgiving Day will be observed thanksgiving Day will be observed As a Holiday throughout the City tomorrow. University students. And school children will be Given a vacation municipal offices Banks and business places will be closed. Thanksgiving Praise services will be held in various churches and Sunrise prayer meetings will be held at crag Mont Rock and also at live Oak Park. The Epworth league of Trinity meth Odist Church will meet at Northgate at 6 15 o clock and hike to or Agni ont for j Price than last april they claimed the Sunrise prayer service which will be followed by breakfast served in the Opici. The intermediate Christian Endeavor of the first Baptist Church will hold a Sunrise service at live Oak Park. The churches of Central and North a Berkeley will unite in the Union Federal judge Samuel Alshuler arbiter of the wage controversy again took the employees demands under and m Vise Cut following closing Vargiu nets la ii a 1 a Nitti i Romh. New Vork november-24eire-Early today partly Destroyedthe-.sunday school building of historic Plymouth Church Brooklyn where tin be placing Anks i ving Lere today m 1, Tori Nerly itself was late Henry Ward been preached. The Church damaged by water. An historic portrait of lie Echer was destroyed and Many highly prize religious relics were damaged by the lire.  the building contained Glass cases with manuscripts notes and material for books and sermons collected from the. Personal desk of Bench or. The sword Cap and part of the uniform he Kimii As a civil War chaplain were damaged. The highest i. High As 75 Ith very few Birds. Turkeys retailed at 57 ecu to p t Pound. San Francisco had i Price. Turkeys sold ascent s a Pound Here w available under 70 cents. I in Portland it took Only 60 cents j i to persuade the fortunate Turkey j owner to part with a Pound. 1 in Seattle prices Varic d from 50 to cents. It was added that the 50 vate and after cremation the ashes willbe taken by mrs. Little to red Bradford Verit ont where they will be buried beside or. Wilson. I i ousts were solidified their Ono is because of Dublin s the Anks i ving service to be held at the Church at 10 30 father of local Man killed in s. F. Two. 24. 60 cent Birds were nighty scrawny and most folks were paying 65 cents. Bomb kills cock november 24a. Bomb explosion in Patrick Street last night 1-- Mcd two persons an injured fifteen. Five of the Wou Tulchi were in a critical condition. First congregational o clock. Or. Benjamin Hie Wheeler president emeritus of the University will deliver the thanksgiving address and or. David a. Pitt pastor of the first Baptist Church and president of the of attorneys today. He gave no indication when his decision would Bujin noun cd. A a -. Consumer not benefited. Consumers will Benefit Only so Glattly a result of present sensational do Clines in livestock quotations research Repart meets of Chicago packers . Admitting drops from $23 to $10.50  for hogs and similar reductions in cat tie markets in less than a year Theo Berkeley ministers Fellowship will i Arctic ally indicate great cuts in dressed preside at the proclamation service will be the president s read by Rcv. Abandon Hope for former Kaiserin by i a Ltd press. Ams t Edam november 24the former Kaiserin Augustine Victoria s children gathered around her at doom today in what they feared was their last visit to her. The former Empress fever was High and specialists held Little Hope of her recovery. The former Princess Victoria Louise and her husband the. Duke of the former Crow Prince and princes Lite Friedrich and Albert arrived today. Berkeley election vote totals 22,446 Oakland november 24the total Vose cast in Berkeley during the general election on november 2 was 22,446, according to figures announced at the county clerk s office Sheie today. This is a substantial gain Oyer the vote cast in the Las t presidential election in 1916. ,. Athe entire vote in the county was 110,087, As compared with 10.5,868 in. 1916. The Oakland vote this year was 65, 816. While 9625 residents of Alameda voted. The total Albany vote was 819. Tate to rest Case j a p. Lenfestey the aged father of w. A Lenfestey of 804 san Mateo Road this City was killed last j evening in san Francisco when he j j was run Down by a Street car on one a of the municipally owned lines. The elder Lenfestey was returning from la dinner Parte at the Home of his j i daughter mrs r. R. Zail 2430 i Street san Francisco. Lenfestey who was 83 years old was at once taken to the French Hospital but died without regaining _ consciousness. Although never a reside if Here Lenfestey had Many friends in this City. He Joist went to san Francisco. In. L87 5 to take a position As proof Rundt on the san Francisco chronicle. Or employed personally by the like Charier Deyoung. A i son w. G. Lenfestey i of this City and his daughter mrs. Zail of san Francisco Lenfestey leaves a son Percy Lenfestey residing in Philadelphia arrange Myrfis for the. have not been rom plemed.  police declared some youths drop Mph Lett Rhodes and or. L. A. Mcafee Ped a Home made bomb they were will read the scripture lesson.  examining. Another report was that j. 1 thanksgiving service will the explosive had been thrown from i taxi cab. Sensational stories Dublin november of secret service men Southern Ireland today. Reports to the Irish probed. 24swa rms operated in office Here i c i said evidence of plots of est National character had been obtained. Surpassing the alleged scheme to infect men and cavalry horses with typhoid. And glanders germs were said to be among tie a. Meanwhile All Southern Ireland kept a nervous Finger on the trigger. Curfew Laws were being enforced be held at St. Matthews episcopal Church Grovel and Russell streets at 10 o clock. There will be special music and the thanksgiving Sermon will be Given by Rev. Hamilton Lee. A service will also be held at St. Clement s Chapel. Holy communion \ will be held at 7 30 and also at 10 j o clock. General ii. A. Greene will deliver the thanksgiving address at the 10 o clock service. First second and third churches of Christ scientist will hold thanksgiving services at 11 o clock at their respective churches. Pork and beef prices these economists believe the Public will Benefit but Little because by product prices the gauge of retail meat quotations have declined. Retail dealers arc reluctant to make reductions a and a month is required for cattle continued on paste  prizes awarded for dest posters on pm a a slx.1 Turney funeral to be held on Friday freshmen injured when autos crash armed rebellion in Tuscany reported Rev i nitric Pron ii los . Rose but Ion 11l. , november 1 was expected to close her Berk Leyan omits his thefts Leader in booze scandal by Nihil 1 Rewn los Angeles. November 24. Ray Groves Secretary of the democratic state Central committee his two Brothers. Ralph and Edward Groves and joseph1 Goldberg today were accused As leaders of the so called whiskey ring Here in indictments returned by the Federal grand jury. T a overt acts involving the payment of More than $10,000 in the Sale of liquor were specified in the indictment including charges of conspiracy to violate the volstead act. Ralph or Ives formerly was a prohibition enforcement officer. The four were escorted to he Federal building where Bonds of $3000 each were furnished. The Groves Broi hets Are Well known throughout California. Goldberg is said to be a wine broker., ," . A hold girl Auto thief. Los Angeles november 24. Miss Jeanette Essler was arrested today at Newhall near Here by a Deputy sheriff on a warrant from Bakersfield charging her with the theft of a touring car. She explained she merely borrowed the automobile from her employer after receiving a Telegram that her father was Sci Lousy ill. \   j London november 24armed rebellion Lias broken Olit in various i arts of Tuscany according to a i daily news dispatch today. I in the Mont Varchi District armed i reds were said to have forced a col Lusion. With a Catholic organization. Troops were sent to Epi Iel the Dis i strict. Communist Headquarters was. I raided and a number of arrests were made. Its j ease today in the trial of two a Oman and two men for the murder of me cull Urigh g. Ira Don realty dealer who was s Ain in a dispute Over pos session of a Bungalow in \ Enice on september 1. " 1 Lull la i l can. Chicago november 24.-"mike de Pike Heitler and thirty others alleged. Members of the largest booze ring operating  ii i tit Eosin tiny were indicted by the Federal Giand jury to cd Force halts Cable laying n o ce111 her 24. A n the i United slates in Atti met by. The a i i company s b Sayue Bay Neath. San Francisco Novmher Ai Solher Story of Luicoe wrought by l drugs was unfolded in Fei Leral judge a Dooling s court today when Albert Edward Watson graduate of trin. Ii College Billal irek us a and for Nii i attendant of the Calvary pres. By Terian Hurch Berkeley and for Nier army Olliver pleaded guilty to stealing Good m interstate Commerce. Re Alson lev ording to the Testi Moziy Prodi enl today 1 h r e e. Wives living. Ii first in married in los Angel s in 190b. She now is in Berkeley. In april 1920. According tkli., november 24. I. Lainon rep Lilian a Ronnii iii Teeman who author Egi. Was Liol by mrs. Clara la Aiumu. Was practically out of today physicians reported. Smith Hanion a not been i pistol Girton 24three person two others Wiroba in the explosion is., love Mai a were killed my Bly fatally injured of a boiler at the i Lio Gneses d Chi l need a. Tolook for honest men in " but he should have1 lights on to keep fro iii being Stampede local crop of honest citizens second time in two Davs it 1 i located since the shoot. Stoughton marketing Coli i pan Plant today the blast o c c 11 r r e d we i 1 a 11 re Boi i e r was being tested. The entire boiler was blown through the Wall of the i Creamery Plant 10u Yards away. Demonstrated that everything but Lis found and return died ton to the hone Hindgren of 11 lit 1 lantern a Berkeley himself 1 by the for a uis been i person can lose voice and have it the latest Addi to group is 11. Markei Street t Edar Street. Driver James Hansen swung the apparatus into Cedar Street and started Down the Steep incline when Deputy chief George hag Gerty s machine and touring car loomed up in of them. Hansen put on his brakes cause of the incline and to of the truck be was unable to bring it to a Stop before he had scraped against Haggerty s machine clipping Oil a Hub Cap. There was no other " the fire started from Sparks from a Bonfire in a vacant lot adjoining the dam residence and threatened to be serious when the department arrived. A few hours before dam had complained to the police that John of 2306 Virginia Street a Ile Uei had been dumping Garden Cut Tings in the lot and. The police had instructed him to Burn them. Mrs. M. G. Davies of 1709"ban Croft Way and her father a i Flanders of the same address i miraculously escaped death this morn. Ling when the Sedan in which they.�/,were Riding was turned completely Over in a collision with the Machnic i of police officer Walter Gordon at Ward and Grant streets. Mrs. Davis but be a and her father sustained Only minor weight bruises and cuts from broken Glass. Police officer George Kohler took them to their Home and later flan dvrs went to the emergency Relief station for treatment. Flanders Aid that he was driving about Twenty Miles an hour Down Grant Street and that a building on the Corner pre vented him from seeing ,wh6- was driving on Ward Street pop the reached the Center of the Road at the same time and. Gordon ? a j ,. The  Sid a car. The police officers machine was badly damaged. A a v pick took i be d up a $5 Bill last night it to the police station. It Hail by anyone identifying it. \ \   \. And May u. S. Consul shot. Valk Xico. Cab. November 24. Walter Boyle american Consul at Mexicali today is recovering from the effects of a gunshot wound in one of his arms accidentally inflicted in Cariso. Mex. While he was preparing i weather forecast san Francisco Ahi Vicinity ton a Nyht and thursday unsettled occasionally threatening. Gentle winds Westerly

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