Circleville Daily Union Herald in Circleville, Ohio
18 Jan 1919

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18 Jan 1919

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Circleville Daily Union Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Circleville, Ohio The what Hek fair tonight and probably sunday. Cooler it off a a it j $ a amp teff Arto la no sky get Quot a a ii 11.011 Ait weekly established 1817.circleville, Ohio saturday january 18, 11 19. Daily established 1894 Foch holds Rhine peace guarantee would make River Barrier Between Germany and France. Issues statement at treves Point out difficulties that have been overcome and declares peace must be commensurate with Price Victory has words Praise for work american troops in the big drive. Paris Jan. 18.�?in a statement issued at treves Field marshal Pooh declared it was his conviction that the Rhine must be made the Barrier Between Germany and France. Marshal Foch pointed out the difficulties that had been overcome and said that peace must be commensurate with the Price Victory. Germany now was beaten he added but with her resources especially in men recuperation in a comparatively Short time was quite possible. It was now the duty the allies to prevent further aggressions. The marshal added a it is the Rhine that we must hold the germans. It is by using the Rhine that we must make it impossible for them to recommence the coup 1914. The Rhine is the com Mon Barrier All the allies precisely ail those who United to save civilisation. The Rhine is the guarantee peace for All the nations who have shed their blood in the cause lil it erty. Then let us the Rhine Quot we have no idea attaching tier Many recommending the War democracies such a i ours never attack. They ask but to live lit i ease and grow in peace but who can say that Germany a where democratic ideas Are so recent and perhaps very super fix Sal will not quickly recover from its defeat a England has the Channel to Cross. America 1s far Awn f a must always be a to. I it Nard the Glt Seral inter to Mankind. Those interests Are at make the Rhine. It is there that we must prepare to guard ago ust the painful surprises the fut marshal Foch Prat de the work the american tree my Aid that general Pershing bal a i us that the american forces be concentrated for an attack one sector. The Allied Generalissimo admitted that the Argonne Meuse front where the americans began their offensive sept. 26, was a sector Quot hard to the marshal said he had told general perching Quot your men have the devils own punch. They will get away with ail that go to Quot the american attack succeeded Quot the marshal continued Quot and Here we Are the to vol filthy. J. Town Ltd ii. I Luczynksi to it Acher Ltd lev land. A i. H Maloney Mer Ashtabula Frank Vivai ohioans Honor Roll thirty three buckeyes in latest casualty list. Washington Jan. 18.�?ohioans in the latent casualty list killed in action William . Dayton it. La. Pes a do Ville lain a i parted Cleveland Juan Orison Akron a. B. Schulte Cincinnati ill. A Herr. New Plymouth curl Coy. Hudson ass. I no div Llumi Fuchs . Ii Mio Albert n died disc Tor a. F. Ned Lier Lyew Taberg. Wounded severely ill Lisz i nor in lion a it. Thomas in brain Lowrenc it Bellamy Wellston f. In sheets it. K. Ponders Columbus Anthony Chylik Cleveland Vav. 8 to key. Newark wounded. Degree undetermined Vav. Vav. Joseph Cleveland diaries Smith smell hat Cut. M Snyder Cleveland c. J. Williams Newark J. Baldwin. Warren L. Mcphern mans held if la neat Manchester Karl Sutton Bellaire wounded slightly is. I Rohrbacher Wapakoneta Chester Walker Cuya hoga Falls Perry Wise Cincinnati a. T. A key Akron released from German prisons Daniel Wickham Caldwell c. In Wethe Cincinnati. Admiral w. S. Sims to assume presidency naval War College at Newport r. I. Dio not Benefit Consumers food administration s regulations held no real value. Packers profits enormous armistice extended conventions prolonged for one month official statement says. Paris Jan. armistice with several important clauses added has been extended for a month it was officially announced. A following the conference at treves Between marshal Foch and the German delegates the armistice conventions were prolonged for a month a the statement said. Quot clauses concerning agricultural material. Russian War prisoners naval conditions and the recuperation material taken from the invaded districts were under the terms the prolongation the armistice Germany must deliver by feb. 17 some 58,000 agricultural machines various kinds. Rioting renewed in German Garita ats risks foil is Neath Kar i . Zurich Switzerland. Jan. 18. The spa Tacan revolution has been a Vived a Large scale in Berlin and several tile provinces following the Deal ii Karl ice Knecht and Rosa Luxemburg. The government is expected to take violent measures in an Effort to suppress the new disorders. Five new divisions government troops have arrived in Berlin. The City gives Tae impression being occupied almost entirely by soldiery. Karl Liebknecht the most dramatic Ligure in Germany was shot dead while trying to escape from a heavy escort government troops. At the same time his chief lieutenant. Rosa Luxemburg was lynched by a mob. The Sparta Ean Leader who fell just Short overthrowing the new German government by a country wide revolution was trapped in his Home and taken prisoner with his wife and sons. The latter were taken to jail. Liebknecht himself was being escorted to military Headquarters. He suddenly Drew a knife stabbed one the guards and fled. The guards Flung heir rifles to their should us and fired. Liebknecht fell dead riddled with bullets. The weather. For Ohio sunday partly Cloudy somewhat cooler. Statement expert accountant employed by the Federal Trade commission and who testifies before the Senate agriculture committee. Presents figures to show profits big concerns. Washington Jan. 18.�?food administration regulations neither regulated profits the meat packers nor benefited the Public the Consumers Stuart phase an expert accountant employed by the Federal Trade commission told the Senate agriculture committee. The witness presented figures to show that the profits the five big jacking concerns had doubled and trebled during the War. Or. Chase who was testifying at hearings the Kendrick Bill providing for government supervision the meat Industry Saki no one knows accurately what the jackets a earnings Are because their methods bookkeeping hats the effect covering up their profits. He declared however that the examinations by the commission the books Armour tit company Morris amp company Swift amp. Company Wilson tit company and the Cudahy company i bowed their aggregate profits in 1912 were $18,715,000 and in 1917 $95,639, too. Bared capital Stock . Chase said Morris tit company a profits in 1917 were 267,7 per cent and that the same basis amour tit company a profits in 1916 were 114.62 per cent. Became a later increase in capital ate cd the percentage for Armour amp come any dropped to 27.1 per cent in 1917. Jut to company a profits in Ipi Quot the same basis were 63 per cent while those the Cudahy company in i 17 were 23.2 per cent based Ona ital Stock Ami surplus. W Ilson tit company a earnings for the same year were 29.6 j cent the Cor bin d capita and surplus. Hugh my Isaac and . A. Ii. Adams in pc to actors for the Federal Trade commis Ion at the time its recent packers investigation testified relative to the examination various papers in the Chicago vaults Henry Ceder attorney for Swift tit company. To enforce prohibition 2oal regulations to be suspended. Washington Jan. 18. Zone Reginia Coke and All Coal except Pennsylvania Anthracite will be rus ended feb. I the fuel adm Nistra announced. Likewise All Price ulu lations including agents com a scions and wholesale and retail margins Coke and All Coal except Pennsylvania Anthracite will be sus ended. Bolshevism so proposal. Copenhagen Jan. lit Vinoff the former bolshevik ambassador at London has sent a note to president Wilson declaring tha he bolshevik government in prepared to err in in 1 Ganda if the a a a f into peace r a. In it it i live Stock. Grain. Wool and provision Chicago Jim. 18. I rattle beef cattle. Sig 25@19 85 cows and heifers $7@14 50 stockers and feed Era. <7 25@14 calve. $15 50@16 Hogg butchers $17 50trl7 85 Light $16 s5<�r 17 go packing $16 a h 50, pigs $16$ is 50 throwout in u<17 50. Sheep and limbs a sheep $5� la lambs $11 5�?T>tty. I8 g5. Receipts a attle 8.000 hogs 25,000, sheep and lambs 8,000 Cleveland Jan. 18. I Attlee steers $13 50�14 50 heifers. It $12� 13 50 rows $5 50@9 50 bulls $10 50 Cill 25 calves $17� 18. Llo its mixed $17 60 pigs and lights $16 roughs $15 25 Stags. $12. Sheep and lambs sheep $8� to lambs 116 /16 25. Receipts a attle 200 hogs. 2,500 sheep and lambs 1,000 calves 250. Cincinnati Jan. Is. Cattle shippers $12 50@16 50 steers. $7� 15 heifers $7ft 12 50 cows $7 2?� to 50 calves $5 @16 75. Hogs packers and butchers $17 40 shippers. $14 60@17 40 Stags $10$ 12 fat sows ll2�ig pigs $11$ 11 sheep and i amb a sheep $4 $8 50 lambs $u�16 50. Receipts Tattie 600 hogs. 8,000, sheep and lambs $00. Pittsburgh. Jan. 18. Cattle steers. $17� 17 50 heifers 111 @16 coves $11 @12 25 calves $17 50, hews heavies and heavy yorkers i lug 1j to Light yorkers Aud pigs $15 50 Bone dry proposition will be submitted to Congress. Chicago Jan. 18. The prohibition and anti Saloon organizations have agreed a Quot Bone dry Quot Federal act to be presented to Congress according to a bulletin issued from National anti Saloon league Headquarters. Tentatively it includes the following provisions appointment Federal commissioners to enforce the act with Power to prescribe Rales and regulations for the manufacture and distribution wine for sacramental purines and i alcohol for non prohibitive uses fix i lug adequate penalties for violation tile act Tho importation sex Imi tation and Possession in Tosh rating liquor for beverage purposes to lie prohibited an adequate search j and seizure provision Aile alcoholic Patent proprietary medicines capable being used us beverage to be surrounded by the same Safe guards As the Sale alcohol. Scents trouble Spanish Premier says situation in j Barcelona is serious. Madrid Jan. 18.�?Premier Roma nones after a meeting the Spanish Cabinet said he would not be sur a prised at anything which would Hap Jen in Barcelona. The Cabinet he said had discussed the situation there which was quite abnormal. Count roman ones informed the Cabinet that the trouble at Barcelona arose from the hostility the nationalists to the military and the latter s refusal to tolerate nationalist disturbances. He said he had authorized the Captain general Barcelona to take measures to prevent c collisions because such encounters. Would in the highest degree be prejudicial to a solution the catalonian problem. The ministers accorded the Premier a vote Confidence. Ministers salaries increased. Athens o., Jan. 18.�?nearly $19,000 increase in salaries was voted the ministers the Athens presbytery in a joint five county meeting which ended Here. Mme. Poincare recent photograph the wife the president France. New express rates rejected not filed thirty Days before becoming it Yective. 100.000 in service utilities commission acts Ohio happenings $100,000 for Charity. Youngstown o., Jan 1$. The will the late Henry Stambaugh was Jiro bated Here. In it he gives $100,-000 to Charity makes numerous $5,-000 bequests to the fresh air Camp. Playgrounds association and other similar institutions leaves a farm to the boy scouts gives $70,000 to the City Hospital and divides Large holdings Stock among his Brothers and sister and friends As Well us other relatives. 5,000 to be discharged. Camp Sherman j., Jan. 18. Five thousand men will be discharged Here within the next week it was an non cod. This will leave 8,000 men who will form a permanent Camp organization to take care troops sent Here from Othi r Camps in this country Aud from overseas to be demobilized. Miners oppose state police. Columbus. Jan. Is mine workers in session Here adopted a Resolution protesting against the enactment by the Ohi it legislature any Law pro Riding for the organization a state constabulary. Present police Powers the miners declare Are adequate to meet the needs the state. Seven men burned. Dayton Jan. 18. Seven workmen at the Plant the Dayton steel foundry were burned by the explosion a ladle molten steel. Jacob Wai thers general manager and John Winters superintendent the Plant were among the injured oppose increase in milk Price. Cleveland Jan. 18.�?the Northern Ohio milk producers association is opposed to any increase in the Price milk to Consumers according to h. W. Ingersoll Elyria president who was Here arranging for the annual convention Here feb. I. Peace conference opens impressive ceremony Marks the historic occasion. Paris. Jan. 18.�?-the deliberations the peace Congress Are not to be open to the Public. An official statement much length was issued giving the reasons for the stand taken the question publicity. The statement said a representatives the press shall be admitted to the meetings the full conference but upon necessary occasions the deliberations the conference May be held in the peace conference it ened today at 3 p. In. With ceremony befitting the occasion. The leaders made their first vows. The delegates exchanged salutations and the Republican guard in gorgeous uniforms Lent color to the scene. When the delegates were installed around Tho great Horseshoe conference table. Raymond Poincare president France made his entry into the Hall with an escort premiers and took his place in the presiding officers chair at the head the table pres ident Wilson sat at his right Ai Lloyd George at his left. Counter revolt in Petrograd. He Kingfors Jan. 18. A a counter revolution has broken out in Petro Grad according to reports from re Val and the bolshevik have started a eneral hurried Retreat eastward from Lithonia. Claim made that under the Law the president May initiate but not fix rates higher rates to be collected in Ohio Vays Railroad administration several states reject Burleson a phone rates. Columbus Jan. 18.�?the Public utilities commission followed its rejection postmaster general Burleson a Long distance Telephone toll increase by rejecting the Railroad administration s increase in express rates. On the latter proposition the commission has gone into the merits. It rejected the new expire is rates merely because the schedule had not been filed 3o Days before becoming effective As required by Ohio Law. Filing took place Jan. 13, while the rates were effective Jan. I. Quot when the Railroad Rato increases last summer took place Mcadoo wrote to All the state commissions in Advance and All fell right in line because we were at War and there was an emergency a said Byron m. Clen Denning. Quot now Thev did t Een give us notice until two weeks after rates go into effect. They have a mistaken interpretation the Law in Washington. The Law says the president May initiate rates that does no to mean fixing rates. Rates May be initiated under Federal control in the same Way that railroads under private ownership can but even the Federal rates Are subject to approval by the state Ltd a Dis niches from Wahington quoted Railroad administration officials As saying the higher express charges v ill i collected in Iio regardless women Railroad employees Mads Good says director Carter. Washington Jan. 18.�?high Praise for women Railroad employees to contained in the annual report the Railroad administration s division labor directed by w. S. Carter. Be tweet Jan. I and oct. I last year the number women workers american railroads increased from 60,000 to 101,000, constituting about 5 per cent the 2,000,000 rail employees and practically All these Are anxious to remain permanently officials report. Quot it appears that whenever women have been Given proper instructions Quot says the report Quot they have proved their value in practically All the clerical and Semi clerical occupations. Old prejudices Are rapidly disappear ing and they Are being recognised by Many officials As permanent additions to the labor the 101,000 women employees 73,000 were in clerical Semi clerical occupations. .&Quot,573 in cleaning cars offices 5,091 in shop work 2.39.5 were Telegraph operators and 2.613 Telephone operators. Bolshevism a Beal terror in Europe senator Hollis says it is everywhere among troops. Me in ii he it a end. A ates foil lion i to it is Ion other to it r Gen for wired the Ohio stat comm information evidently with a new to taking similar action. General strike to begin july 4 organized labor would secure be trial for Moosejr. Y lid rescinded. A re inn. 18.�?the nations rescinded the $11.004. J adopted thursday. Chicago Jan. 18 july 4, 1919, was set by Hie labor Congress Here As the 1 Date for a nation wide strike every Branch organized labor As a pro j test against the imprisonment Thomas Mooney. Resolutions set Ting Date for the strike and providing for a Coin Mission five labor delegates to go to Washington and solicit Federal intervention in Mooney a behalf were passed overwhelmingly by i the Congress. The adoption the 1 motion to strike july 4 followed a four hour debate. The convention authorized the raising a fund $1,000,000 to Arry a Campaign education to liberate the labor leaders and to promote the proposed general strike. It is planned to finance the movement by levying an assessment 50 cents each me Liber organized Alaor in the Cou itry. Sue convention also adopted a resold son embodying a declaration National policies Affet Ting labor. Which demands that the people Russia and Germany be permitted to work out their own destiny that american troops fit withdrawn from Russia that a1 political arid Industrial prisoners receive the same consideration As prisoners War and proclaiming the Dawn a new Day for democracy in which the rights labor shall be fully recognized. 4,000 ohioans homeward bound. Washington. Jan. 18. A Over 4.000 soldiers the Ohio National army division the eighty third Are now the Ocean homeward bound according to information which reached the War department. They will disembark at new York and probably w ill is end a Short time at Camp Merritt n. Before proceeding to Camp Sherman to be discharged. Washington. Jan. 18.�?the House Bill appropriating $100,000,000 desired by president Wilson to relieve starvation in Europe and Check bolshevism was reported to the Senate by democratic Leader Martin. Senator Kenyon Iowa Republican reserved Tho right to file a minority report opposing the Bill in to Bleb he May be joined by senator Hardwick Georgia i to cent. During the committee hearing senator Hollis new Hampshire. Demur rat who ret rued recently from a tour through euro said there was Treme Jcu de dilution in Central Europe Aud that prominent men s Witz hand Italy i. J a and Czecho Akia a i were Quot much afraid Poi. He�ism Quot bolshevism Quot Ailt Elienor Hollis. Quot if very real terror to All Good l Iti Zens we item Europe. It is everywhere. I spent six weeks Iii Bruin. It 1.4 there and it is quite Likely to overthrow the organized Ira Vera men t Spain it is in France. It is everywhere among the troops. The troops in Paris have bad to be constantly shifted because the people were afraid they would run riot senator holds also said the War was not necessarily Over because the armistice had been signed. A i still feel there is very great danger that the War is not Over Quot he said. Quot there is even danger friction among the allies. There is friction now Between Italy and the Jugo-slavs senator Borah Idaho addressed the Senate in protest against secrecy at the peace conference. He said the question was whether president Wilson a Point for open diplomacy was to be discarded entirely. Senator Borah declared he believed the matter publicity As to the proceedings to be one the most vital Proie Osit ions before the conference and said it ought to be known that the i Enate was in sympathy with Tho commissioners opposing secrecy. 450 persons drown French Steamer strikes mine in the Messina Strait. Messina Sicily Jan. 18.�?four Hundred and fifty i arsons perished w Hen the French Steamer Challis was Sank by a mine off Cape Palermo in the Messina Strait. The uha Uia. Which was in route from Marseilles carried 600 passengers and a Crew 80. Only 230 were raved. The victims include Bertrand Emmanuel French minister to Greece. Mission Strait separates Sicily from Italy. It is a narrow deep waterway with a Strong tidal current which is very dangerous to shipping. The mythical monsters scylla and Charybdis were situated this Strait. Scylla a Rock was located the italian Side and Charybdis a Whirlpool the sicilian Side. Drys concede one state. Washington Jan is. Forty states have ratified the National prohibition amendment. The dry leaders were hopeful that the final vote would stand 47 for and i against. New Jersey is the Only state the Drys concede. Jurist dead. Cleveland. Jan is. A judge p. A. Lambie who for 36 years nerved the Bench and who was one the Best known jurists in Northern Ohio died at the Home his daughter in Washington. Be was 69 years age

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