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Bisbee Daily Review (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Bisbee, Arizona The weather 1 z i Copper prices Arizona wednesday Anil thursday fair Thunder Shower s engineering & mining portion week ending May 26 1s.208. Cooler thursday. Week ending june 2 for month of May 18.4x10 s. A a vol. 24. No. 146. Bisbee Arizona wednesday morning june 23 1920 Price five cents cab m Speaks for mation. 0 draw u. S. Rolls up Trade balance of 17 billions against Europe exports and imports show amazing increases during past two years previous records Are All shattered greatest gain comes from j Allied and Neutral lands of old world associated press leased wire Washington june 22. Since the beginning of the world War in 1914, the United states has rolled up a Trade balance of approximately $17,000,000,000 against the world. This exceeds by several billions of dollars the Totaj balance in favor of the United states from 1875 to 1914. Depart ment of Commerce figures today show that the Trade balance made in favor of the United states in the fiscal year ending in 1914, one month before the War begun was Only $470,000,000. During the first year of the War it was $1,094,419,600 and in the next year ending june 30. 191g, it was during the succeeding year the to Tal was 13.530. 693.2q9. Meantime the United slates had entered the Strug Gle and in the year ending june 30, 1918 the first Mil fiscal year of America s participation the balance was Only $2,974,055,973. In the next year ending last june 30, however it was $4,136,562,615. During the first 11 months of this fiscal year the balance was Only but exports were larger in these 11 months than in any other Fis Cal year in the nation s history tainting $7,474193.349, As against the previous 12 months records of made during the last Fis Cal year. 1 at the same time that America s Export Trade began to Advance by leaps and Bounds the import Trade also showed an enormous increase reaching h new nigh record of during the 11 months of the present fiscal year. The previous High record was $3.0i5,7120.068 lat year. Most of the favourable Trade bal Ance of the United states has been against the Allied and Neutral coun tries of Europe. Many of the South american and North american coun tries and some in the far East have a balance against the United states. Reds Gall for great strike anarchists Issue Call for general walkout on Day of election associated press leased wire Washington. June 22. Circulars cabling on american workers to refrain from participation in the com ing presidential election and instead join in a general strike came into the hands of the department of jus Tice today. Investigation was ordered to determine the origin of pamphlets which were signed by the. American anarchist federation of commune soviets.". Blames anarchists new York june 22 a copy of Radical propaganda alleged to have been distributed by Center revolutionary Council of to rail Way and Dock workers which he held largely responsible for various strikes in different parts of the coun try was read at a luncheon today of the american manufacturers association by William Morgan president of the merchants association of now York. The alleged propaganda is be ing carefully distributed throughout the country. Or. Morgan said Declar ing there is a Strong undercurrent of anarchy in it Republican suffragists threaten to throw vote of women to third party g. O. P. Names committee of 21 to manage Campaign of Harding Daugherty. Seven women and wheel horses of Many states on Board nominee sidesteps questions As to stand on 19th amendment. Associated press leased wire Washington. June 22. Manage ment of the National Republican Campaign was entrusted today to an executive committee of 21 members headed by chairman Hays cd the party s National committee. Seven members of the National committee have been placed on the executive of the membership of the executive committee together with the composition of two commit tees to arrange for the notification of senator Harding the party s presiden tial nominee and of governor Coolidg a vice presidential candidate ended at two Days conference in which or. Harding chairman Hays and a special of the National committee took part. While the was concluding its conference. Senator hard ing received a group of suffragists and in reply to their request for a statement of his position on the suf Frage question declared that while he could not with propriety attempt to Torce any state to hasten action of the Federal suffrage amendment he would recommend ratification should any state seek his opinion. The suffragists numbering 27 from 27 states through their spokesman miss Alice Paul chair. Man of the National woman s party in presenting their request made violent threats of throwing their support to a third party unless ratification of the suffrage amendment was completed through action of a Republican legislature. Miss Paul in a state ment today said her delegation was deeply disappointed with senator Harding s position in the appointment of the executive committee the diverted from the usual practice of confining membership to the National Organiza Herreros allege conspiracy friends Carranza was formed blame president s death escort commander press leased wire Mexico City. June 22. Car Ranza s own words before his death the position of his body when found the nature of the wounds and the three empty cartridges indicated that the president committed suicide according to major Herrero upon whose report general Herrero who is charged with responsibility for the alte president s death bases his statement that Carranza killed Ernest Herrero made this assertion during an interview with the associated press correspond ent today. Ernesto and general to Dol Herrero Are cousins. Relating the Story of the Battle of in the Early morning of May 21, major Herrero said Twenty minutes after the firing stopped my men and i who had been forced to retire by the fire of car Ranzau s knocked at the door of the president s hut. When we received no answer we shouted we would fire if the door was not opened. I we then received a reply Assur t ing us of admittance but we were to have a Light to avoid a Surprise attack As we entered. This was done and we into the hut no shots being fired by either Side. Berlanga minister of the Inte rior in Carranza s Cabinet advanced us and appeared to fear we would harm him. From the direction of the Gaz of his two or three companions i Learned in what part of. The. Hut Carranza Lay. He was lying on his right Side with his hand clutching a pistol from which three shots had been fired. His shirt showed powder Marks. Berlanga said that Carranza bad told his companions he was wounded in the if g and that those could would better save themselves because he was unable to do so. Berlanga expressed belief that Carranza had committed suicide and so in Tion and took in Harry m. Daugherty of Columbus Ohio senator Harding s Campaign manager. The appointments As announced today include 20 names but or. Hays said the additional member who would also not be a member of the National commute would be announced As soon As could communicate with the prospective appointee. Women on committee the party leaders also disregarded precedent in naming seven won Enas members of the executive committee and in choosing a woman mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton of Ohio As vice chair Man of the committee. This action was taken it was said in recognition of the increasing activity of women in politics. The full membership of the commit tee was announced As follows will h. Hays chairman mrs har Riet Taylor Upton Ohio vice chair Man John t. Adams National com Mitsem from Iowa Clarence b. Miller of Minnesota Secretary of the National committee Fred w. Upham of Illinois treasurer of the National committee h. W. Daugherty Ohio mrs. Katherine k. Phillis Edson Cali fornia mrs. M. L. Fosseen Minnesota Jake l. Hamon. National committeeman from Oklahoma John w. Hart 1 National committee Man from Ohio a. T. Hert National committee Man from Kentucky Chas. D. Hilles National committeeman from new York r. B. Howell National commit Teeman from Nebraska mrs. Jeanette Hyde Utah mrs. Arthur u liver Moor e. New York senator Boies pen Rose National committeeman from Pennsylvania mrs. Conine Roosevelt Robinson new York mrs. Christine Bradley South Kentucky former senator John w. Weeks National committeeman from Massachusetts and r. E. Williams National committeeman from Oregon. T of of to put of on associated shortly himself. Tlaxcala Tong o escort ordered stepped toward declared a signed statement later. I exam ined the body but could find no leg general Rodolfo Herrero who was present at the interview pointed out that the wound in Carranza s Chest had been made by an old fashioned pistol which he said was found in the president s hand and not by Rifle fire. Rodolfo denied he had As signed huts to the Carranza party and asserted the Bullet holes concentrated in the Corner of the hut where Carranza might have been made la Ter by the president s followers to throw suspicion toward Carranza s escort was capable of anything he declared. Only boil la s former ambassador at washing ton defended himself like a Calderon Heads mexican Mission to United states associated press leased wire Mexico City june 22. Fernando Iglesias Calderon who was recently appointed confidential agent to the United states left for that country today. The other members of the diplomatic Mission of which Senor Calderon is the head will probably leave Friday an official of the foreign office said today. Sugar Price drops san Francisco. Jun 22. The Price of refined sugar will be reduced effective tomorrow from $23.50 per Hundred weight to $23, it was announced today by the California and Hawaii can sugar refinery. This is the third drop in. The Price of sugar in three weeks from a maximum of $26.50 per Hundred at the refinery. Scores England for failure to pacify Ireland associated press leased were London june 22. Moving the adjournment of the House of commons for purpose of calling at Tention to the a acting in London Derry lieutenant colonel Wilfrid Ashley unionist declared today that Victory rested with the Assas sins and not with the govern ment which appeared powerless to maintain the Sanctity of life. The chief Secretary for Ireland and the Viceroy he said were prison ers in their own houses the officials at Dublin Castle were prison ers and obliged to take exercise1 in the Castle grounds. nations of the world were pointing the Finger of scorn at England s inability to maintain her authority in Ireland. He demanded martial Law and More troops. Quake shatters Many buildings in coast town business structures ruined and Many dwellings Are badly damaged los Angeles june 22. A Survey today of the damage done by an earthquake which occurred Early last night indicated that Inglewood ten Miles Southwest of Here suffered much More severely than at first reported. Twenty one business buildings in the town were practically destroyed the town was deprived of Light and scores of dwellings were seriously. Damaged. Many plate Glass windows in los Angeles were shattered by the Shock several buildings were otherwise injured 1 and persons were struck by bricks shaken from chimneys. San Pedro Long Beach Santa Monica and Venice also reported minor. Damage. The death of mrs. William Shippey of los Angeles at Venice a Beach re sort was attributed to the Earth quake. She jumped from an Automo bile following the tremor and fell dead from heart disease. The earthquake area was confined to los Angeles county Inglewood bearing the Brunt of its severity. Start rebuilding. The work of rebuilding the business Section of Inglewood was Well under Way today practically the entire population of 3,000 taking part. An Emer gency ordinance providing for a spec Ial committee to take charge of the situation and condemn any building found to be unsafe for occupancy was adopted by the Inglewood City coun cil. A communication was received from the los Angeles City Council placing All departments of that City at the disposal of the Inglewood authorities. Arthur Corey City Engineer of Ingle Wood said the damage there would continued of Page. Four woman Falls from fast Sta. Fer train East Las vegas. N. "m., sane 22. Mrs. O. J. Nichols 75, of Fallbrook calif., was seriously injured when she full from a Santa be passenger train four Miles South of this City. She and her husband were on their Way to Chicago. When she Learned that the train was approaching Las vegas mrs. Nichols went to the Vestibule of the car it is said and was thrown off when the train lurched. She was found lying beside the track by the engine Crew of the second Section of the train and was brought to a local Hospital. Must push claims Washington. June 22. Concerns holding informal War contracts which have not been settled finally must obtain action on their claims from the Secretary of War or definite refusal from the Secretary to act before Juris diction will be assumed by the unmet states District court or claims under the Dent act providing compensation for the holders of such Contra efs. This decision was Given by the court of claims today in the Case of the United states Beddig company of st. Faul. Minn. A ,. Inn nor a ii n i ii mini ii i i i urn Ivich Nunly 1 Force for convention Ong Oast Pennsylvania delegation to vote for attorney general for nomination claims 400 on the. Initial Roll Call Strong Meji of party Back Cabinet member for Early selection associated press leased Wirt Chicago june 22. A. Mitchell Palmer attorney general was one of a Host of democratic leaders that passed through Chicago today Enro Ute to the National convention at san Francisco. Or. Painter was on Spe Cial train carrying a delegation of 250 pennsylvanians. There is no dissension in the democratic party and none is expected or. Palmer said. All is the attorney general refused to Dis cuss his own candidacy but Warren Vandyke of Harrisburg. Pesna., Secretary of the Pennsylvania state com Mittee said that or. Palmer would enter the convention the strongest of the candidates with 74 of the state s 76 delegates pledged. He said that Palmer would have 400 otes on the first Roll Call. The party included Roland s. Morris of Phil Adelphia ambassador to Japan who is on a vacation Vance c. Mccormick of Harrisburg National democratic chairman in 1916 Jos. F. Gruff of Pittsburgh National committeeman elect and congressman Bruce f. Sterling of Uniontown. State chair Man of the party. The party will arrive is san Francisco Friday Tom Taggart National committee a s from Indiana and chairman of the Indiana delegation also was in Chicago today on his Way West he expressed the opinion that the wet and dry question is no longer a political Issue but is simply a question of continue old tribunal at the Hague commission on court of the nations May Compromise on its form the Hague. June 22. Discussion i of the commission of f jurists today strengthened the theory that the existing Hague arbitration tribunal will not be abolished if a High court of nations is formed but on the contrary that the tribunal will not Only function As formerly but have a consider Able part in selecting the High court judges. The members of the commission took under consideration today the possibility of dovetailing the Root Phill Lemo plan with the plan pro posed by Baron Des champs for which a method was suggested by or. Root. Though the efforts of the jurists working on the draft plan of the court of nations Are entirely unaffected by politics the delegates have been subjected to the usual flood of letters from organizations seeking to Force National aspirations into the Lime lights. All the letters of course Are cast aside As the members Are firmly determined that their duty is merely to form a court. The first Hague tribunal arbitration since the War will take place in sep tember next with or. Root As chair Man of the arbiters. This has to do with a litigation begun before the War involving Spain. Frence. Portu Gal and Italy in the question of responsibility for damage to churches and property in Portugal during the revolution. Oshkosh. Wis. Tune 22 mayor a. O. Mchenry of Oshkosh today is sued a Challenge to William e. Pussyfoot Johnson noted foe of liquor. To meet him in Devato on the subject of Temperanc. Burleson boldly advises changes in volstead act struggle on floor of convention Between forces of presi Dent and Bryan on Many issues looms before leaders gathering at san Francisco league of nations Issue in the background san Francisco june 22 postmaster general Burleson t state ment today at san Antonio regarding democratic platform issues Drew particular attention among party leaders Here for the National convention because of it Frank declaration for modification of the volstead prohibition enforcement act. Or. Burleson s demand for repeal of drastic and absurd provisions of the act expressed in More direct fashion views which some of the party leaders had not Here previously had voiced privately. Coming from a member of president Wilson s Cabinet the state ment was regarded As a possible intimation of the administration s View on the prohibition Issue before convention time. Senator Glass of Virginia who is due Here tomorrow is understood to have been entrusted with a formal expression of president Wilson s views As to the platform. On other occasions however the postmaster general has been the direct spokesman of the president on important issues and democrats Here were inclined to take his expression As to the prohibition Plank As More than a statement of his own views. The preliminary convention discussion in Progress Here while wholly informal in character Lias shown a striking unanimity of opinion on two Points thus far. The first of these is that the platform struggle will be the real fight of the convention the second that the prohibition Plank will be the chief Issue in that fight out rivalling the league of nations declaration in interest among Dele Gates. On the league Issue w. J. Bryan already is standing directly opposed to president Wilson s views As to the party attitude. That dates Back to the Jackson Day dinner when or. Wilson urged that the democrats enter the Campaign on the Issue of ratification of the covenant without material reservation. The former Secretary of state stood just As strongly for acceptance of the Republican reservations As a basis for ratifications 4 in order to keep the covenant out of the Campaign. If or. Burleson s statement is to be accepted As presenting the presi dents views on prohibition it was said it s now evident that Bryan and the administration forces will clash Over that Plank in the party platform. Or. Bryan s views have been known to be rigidly against any weakness of the prohibition Laws. There is also it. Was said a third Point on which the presi Dent and his former Secretary of state might lock horns at the convention. It was recalled that when the president asked con Gress for authority to accept a mandate Over Armenia under the league of nations or. Bryan promptly issued a statement in. Flat opposition to such a pro Gram. It has been regarded As files suit to Stop payment for Road work Phoenix publisher alleges contract to pave Highway is invalid associated press lease i wire Phoenix. June 22. The Board of supervisors Here received notice today from f. C. Struckmeyer a local at Torney now in Chicago that he had filed in the Federal court there an in Junction petition to restrain the pay l Niento of any or the proceeds of the Maricopa county Road Bonds issued in the sum of $4,000,000 on a contract awarded by the Maricopa county High Way commission to Twohy Brothers for the part unsent or about 27s Miles of county roads. The Board was advised the plaintiff in the suit is j. O. Dunbar of Phoenix editor of a weekly publication and is directed against Graves. Blanchett. Thornburg and company the Pur chasers of the Bonds the Central Trust company of Chicago and the Board of supervisors of Maricopa county. It was alleged that for Var ious reasons the contract awarded to Twohy Brothers was invalid. Members of. The Highway commission stated they did not believe the preceding would seriously delay the Road paving program if at All. And that Twohy Brothers would continue assembling machinery and other equipment Ber in readiness to begin work. Possible that the president might seek to get the convention to endorse his course As to Armenia and if so it was said the Nebraska Leader could be expected to exert his influence against such action. Pending arrival of senator Glass. Or. Burleson and or. I Ryan. All of whom will reach the convention City during the week the few party Lead ers and delegates already on the ground have been exchanging Only gossipy comment and expression of personal opinion of issues to in up. There have been no Conff k. S As yet and there is Little. Workers for various i. Of e for the presidential nomination to distract attention from the platform Outlook. Davis opens office Headquarters for John w. Davis of West Virginia were opened today and the first literature in behalf of the claims of candidates was i a out by his supporters. Some poster work for governor Edwards of new Jet sex a s also done supplementing that for attorney general Palmer but purse Dienthal Row has not aset be come even a Shadow of what it will be or what it was during the Republican convention at Chicago aspirants Are absent in any event there is Wittl. Possibility that candidates Headquarters Vail take As prominent a part in the san Francisco convention As was the Case at Chicago. None of the Candi dates themselves Are expected to be Here. The Chicago convention Wen unique in that respect with senator Johnson general Wood governor Lowden and others of the Active con tenders for the nomination in per Sonal charge of their campaigns while senator Harding the party nominee also was on the scene and shared in conferences which Lej to his selection. Contieri re of Tage two beat volstead in 11 t author of prohibition Law beaten by preacher in primary associated press i. Eased it ire st. Paul. June 22. Congressman a. J. Volstead. Republican author of the prohibition enforcement act. Was Defeated for Renoni nation in yester Day s primary by Rev. O. J. Kale of Benson non partisan n league Candi Date on virtually Complete returns to night. This congressional upset in the set Mth District the Only District in which an incumbent seeking was unsuccessful almost overshadowed the unusually else race for the Republican Gubernator l l nomination Rev. Kvale u a pastor of the noise Gia n lutheran Church and is 52 years old. He has been a Clergyman for 2t years. In connection with volstead authorship of the prohibition act. It was pointed out by friends of Kvale Here tonight that he advocated absolute prohibition for More Iha u score of years

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