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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - May 3, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol Xxxviii. I Mitchell South Dakota wednesday May 3, 1922 number 183disarmament up at Genoa Schroeder sees evolution of american Navy retired Admiral says Fleet of 1972 will be far different from today a modern ships to go Veteran sea Doc says Navy of 1972 will be different dog Sis recent old arm5 conference was world s greatest step Washington. D. A. May 3�?�?~�?~lik u Morod Knight of old. Tho Arm or d battleship of today will pass. �r10 Timmy it it of 50 years lie Nee will Befu it Jii i that of today As today s is it of cd from that of 50 years ago. How it will differ is As ?-.hie to Tell As it would have been Jit irs ago in the Days of wooden gunboats and smooth bore Cannon to of up cast the electrically driven super or i Ina tight with her Lei Inch rifles evolution is inevitable. The change however will not he Midden and should not he. To immediately atop building or scrap Al cur armoured battleships while other rations still retain theirs would be a foolish As to pin our Faith wholly in them and refuse to keep Pace with the development of naval defer 1 Long other in ii Are the conclusions of rear and it ii Seaton schoreder. Retired fencer commander in chief of the Atlantic feet. 50 years in service Schroeder in so years of Active in service saw Uncle same a Navy develop from a few wooden gunboats a run a Only with smooth bore Cannon to is present strength if Groat ships and big suns. I imitation of navies under the recent Washington agreement. This eld sea dog declares the greatest step toward stabilizing world peace. Yet i most effective for peace Pur poses. Maintains the ratio must he filed not merely recognized As a which the respective t r nay not go. A it a. The United states keeps a v up to the ratio provided a Chr cider says a which gives us a Navy second to none the whole Force a i effect of the ratio is lost. T o Good will which the United s has won by her initiative in Ting navies is in itself no Small a toward a maintained peace. Re is a saying in a certain spoof this country that the pol test in Unity is that in which every r an carries a gun. That May be so. Rut it makes for a rather nervous we Pei fun is beaten Back from peking Southern chinese commander turns his attention to Tien Tsin reports say artillery fire heavy Beveridge is Winner Over new in Senate race Early returns Over state show chinese Cri a users try to destroy Murden railway Chang uses air planes rear Admiral Seaton Schroeder France to Back Belgium stand regarding Russ Cabinet rearing Barthol decides to oppose property terms of allies by associated pros leaded wire Paris France. May 3.�?the French government has derided to stand by Belgium in her opposition to the terms of the Allied memorandum to Russia on the private property question. It was officially announced after today a Cabinet meeting attended by vice Premier Bart Hon. Head of the French delegation at Genoa. Vice Premier Barthy arrived in Paris today. There was cd cd Rahle agitation in political circles today Over the son of peace How much better is premieres Telegram to the French Dei that peace which rests upon Good a hdm Tes yesterday requiring that they ask the allies to delay delivery of the will As to some of the possibilities in the nil a it of the future sch coed Etna is he russian memorandum until the French Cabinet had been official Ity notified of its contents. The pre it in possible of course that tvs it i Tel a a Teheran was interpreted in submarine May be developed to some quarters As a disavowal of m where it May virtually assume hat -1 part hour stand on the question of to Reship proportions and Uehling abit foreign owned property in Russia it. I believe however that a much More Likely Type is that of a vessel which while not a submarine could submerge to a print that would makes Lier practically few naval officers have had a j �?Tor1 varied or interesting career than this old officer of to who has j put in More than half a Century in the service. This period in which the american Navy reached its maximum i Dix is refuse to accept Stillman ends suit evidence by associated press leased wire peking. May 3�?the Feng Tien army under general Chang to Lin. Has re a the moment at least successfully withstood the drive on Chan Simien and stopped general we Dei ens movement toward peking. The Cost. However has h von i Evy. And Clio no is Netjen is filled with wounded Many of whom Are dying for Vijuk of medical attention. Fighting line while a hang has Sud Reid in this action there has no Appal int advantage of consequence for either Side in the general fighting along the one Hundred mile front from Here to tim Tsin and both commanders Are Rushing up reinforcements in preparation for a decision action. Meanwhile word comes through Shanghai that Sun vat sen president of the peking government is preparing to Send Aid to Chang Tso Lin. He will strike at the psychological moment it was said sending troops either through Hankow or banking the route depending on the outcome of the present conflict. Today a advices to the american i military attaches state that general i we s main army appears to he on j Gage in a drive toward Tien Tsin. Severe fighting has occurred along the Hun River which indicates that j units of we s forces Are crossing the country from Pao Ting fun. Towards the Northeast. A gluing son in command artillery firing is also reported to have opened along a wide front at Mac hang. South of Tien Tsin on the Puskow Railroad where Large forces of general changes troops Are con j Oen rated under the command of the manchurian leaders 25 year old son. J three chinese cruisers Are engaged in an attempt to destroy the Mukden Railroad at Shan Liakwan. Fighting has been resumed South of the Pekin Wall. A terrific explosion this morning Shook the windows of the City. It was attributed to the destruction of an Arsenal by bombs dropped from air planes operating for j general Chang s army. Ships Hurr it to Tien Tsin Admiral Joseph Strauss commander of tha american Asiatic Fleet after a conference with minister Sethur Man ordered the gunboat Wilming ton to proceed immediately from Hon Kong to Tien Tsin. The foreign vessels now at Tien j Tsin include three japanese torpedo boats a British submarine tender a French gunboat and an italian gun boat. They will guard the Pei to. The River running Inland from Taku o Tien Tsin. Harry s. New his leap grows into Tana xvii. Iud., May 3.�? Tho Load of Formor senator Ber fridge Over senator new in Tho Rophii Lioan senatorial Moo Wax increased to 13,833 when 2.3is of the 3.3h3 precincts were ii it officially reports. The figures were Beveridge 12?. 198 new 113,545. Max Oser wonders Why Mathilde fails to reply to Carles by associated press leased wire Paris. France. May 3�?max Oner is surprised at the failure of miss Mathilde Mccormick his Fiance to answer hts Cable messages Ami Digap i pointed because she did not appear in Zuric h last month when he expect j de her. According to a Zurich Dis j Patch to the Herald. The former rid ing master declines however to discuss reports of an estrangement wit ii John p. Rockefeller s granddaughter. Indianapolis. Ind., May 3 a returns from yesterday s state wide primary coming in slowly today from All parts of the state gave former senator Albert j. Beveridge a constantly increasing Lead Over senator Harry s. New in the race for the Republican nomination for he senator ship from Indiana when the Votie from 1.845 precincts of the 3.382 had beet tabulated unofficially the former senator had a Lead of 9.159. The vote stood Beveridge 90.285 new 81,106. Albert Beveridge Beveridge a Lead grew with each report received since last Midnight i Mats the campaigns of the aspirants for i the nomination brought out few Clear Cut Issue. Or. Beveridge made an adroit attack on the present system of Federal taxation. But apparently carefully avoided offending the present administration there was no Appeal made by either candidate for the sex service men s vote on the subject of the Bonus. Foreign relations also were dealt with deftly by both no and without definite pronouncements. The Appeal to the voters was for the most part confined to the rec-1 ords made by the candidates during their respective terms in the United states Senate although the adhesion of senator new to the full platform of the present administration was stressed in All quarters. Omaha escapes supreme court big fire loss sits in seats of originators Only heroic work of firemen prevent flames from swooping business part development is interestingly covered in a volume of reminiscences the Admiral has just written entitled a a half Century of naval sen not for Ign nil Lull it cars in this volume. Schroeder clears mrs. Stillm in we Beauvais into tribe by associated press leased wire Poughkeepsie n. A a a. May 3.�?counsel for James a. Stillman new York up the reasons for the issuance of banker tonight finals rested his car the orders a rights and left in j of divorce mrs. Anne u. Stillman Stead of a Star Board and port. A and dif0wn baby Guy Stillman. The which caused much comment in the Early Days of the Daniels a it ministration of the Navy. The order was commonly understood to have been inspired by a landlubbers desire to meddle with old Navy regulations th-1 real reason. However. Schroeder says. Was the changes brought steering mechanism by modern fight against mrs. Stillman and he baby alleged by the hanker to to a a son of Fred Beauvais. India guide was eloped after two More Lov it letters alleged to have been Penner by mrs. Stillman to the Iii the a been accepted. In evidence. An Indian. Fete de Tuttle aside of is Reserva i in near Montreal testified that an application to have a to effect a change of course to m Binman and Beauvais accepted Cert t left i the command had always j Ftp Tai he a had made. By been starboard a rights he expo a refund. Prams this command enforced to the Helm in use on old vessels. In a a. Put Hilt . How or the Durm Montrym at him has twin entirely Hun Nat a and commis t at am. Hydraulic or electric in accented today i be substituted. Simplification deeded that the order should be in epic with the signal and being Ipi bed to the actual rudder instead of a mythical Helm. Be in keeping to re the rudder the wheel and the movement of the sviip.4 plan to extend u. S. Coastwise Trade to 1 Fhi in finds a posed with the exception of a few lines All of the 35i pages of testimony at the recen Sstoner Goodie by referee err associated pre longed wire Washington. D. U. May 3�?pro- extent on of United states j Wivo Trade to the philippine. . Popped today at the joint confessional hearings on the admits i a a Ilion aha a subsidy Bill by Vincente i i ill Amin. A director of the Philip Vine Almerie n chamber of Conin rec. Who declared the com a pm ired a Cai Emric application of the Coastwise a it a n inc with f movement in the Island a port of the United states a a we the american merchant Marine dominant in a declared or it Lam in by to he permitted to Patr ican ship m of Gleason it it wednesday hearings will a resumed Here. The letters introduced today Wen reported Laden with endearing term 2nd complaints against the Way or Stillman was acting they were in addressed. And there was said to but no evidence that they Ever had Beer mailed Quot i done to know what a the Matte with or one is suppose to have read. A the wants me to amp a this Sud to do that nags at is to save Money and says i Ough a a on top in the Canadian Woods with mystery Man of Canada missing we pm fun killed in action reports state peking. China. May 3�?it was announced at general Chang Tso links Lead quarters today that general we Pei fun the Central chinese Leader Jad been killed in action. The announcement has not been otherwise on formed. The foreign legation Here be investigating. Most valuable Man in baseball to be selected this year by associated press leased Trcy Omaha neb., May 3.�?fanned by a stiff Breeze that drove billow of dense smoke upon of Herren hindering their efforts and be snorers of burning embers through the air. Menacing nearby structures fire Early today destroyed a three Story Brick building in the hear of the downtown business Section. Loss from the fire origin of which has not been det ruined. Is estimated at . The fire was discovered at 3 of clock in the basement of the Buehler Brothers Mea Market at hot Douglas Street and quickly spread to the second and third series occupied b a Barber Supply firm. Steady outpouring of smoke was a shield behind which the flames gained headway before firemen from virtually every station in the City and using All available apparatus brought it under control at 4 of clock. Two firemen were slightly injured by broken Glass they Are f Bloomer and Clarence Brewer. Both of whom were removed to the Hospital and later to their Homes. Conquest of the fire prevented its spread to several mercantile houses and two of the City a largest Heaters Taft associations Given enthusiastic reception at pm i Lapel pm i \ Philadelphia. May by cheering crowds whose tribute visibly affected than. Chief Hustle Taft and associate justices of the United stat supreme court came to Phil Jad Olphia yesterday where til first session of that tribunal were held in Basit Ting in the Sam chairs that John Jay. First chief Justice and Fel a Lew members of the court occupied. I chief Justice Taft and justices Pitney and Clark heard recounted re mines Cense of those first sessions when there were no cheering crowds to Greet the members of the court. The occasion was re Dedi action of the building in Independent Square occupied by the United Staten supreme court As first constituted and the observation of the two Hundredth anniversary of the founding of the a supreme court of Pennsylvania. Early struggles of the court to establish irs position in the face of opposition of other branches of government were recalled by chief Justice Taft who declared that the history of the court since its foundation was the strongest single evidence of the self governing capacity of the people of i the United states. Chicago. Ii May 3�?Tho person Iel of a committee of eight to pick he american. League baseball player who proves of the greatest All round Alue to his team this reason was announced by b. B. Johnson today. The committee a pick i cd by i k Sanborn Veteran base a Ball writer who will act As chair j Man. An award the nature of which has not in announced wll Hgt made to the player selected by the committee. The eight members follow Harry Netty. Chicago Henry p. Edwards. I Quot Leveland j. C. In Manger. Whiladel i shia. William b Hanna. New York. I t. E Ray St. Louis h. G. Salsinger. J Detroit Denman Thompson. Wash Tigon j. C. Of Leary. Eos ton. Of 1 House rules body favors action on Johnson Resolution u. S. Debi jumps up 45 million increase is caused figures show. By Sale of 150 Mii icon Treasury notes de Valera urge Irish factions to cease civil warfare we want re Avner Kilkenny is scene of fighting today sergeant William Ball Dis appt hrs for second time a sea re h is started by associated proles leased wire Ottawa. Ont. May 3�?the great War vet Era Nav association has gent out a second Gene,-a1 alarm for sergeant William bail mystery Man of the Canadian expeditionary forces who Bas again disappeared. American Quot a lesion posts were asked to keep an k. Kenny Ireland May 3�?sharp a Tyx out for Ifni Quot re \ a i rattling Ball whose Home s in port hop. Direction was in Progress Here turned up in Canada Las january of Jav free Froni Ramg to Ter having been posed As a deserter on 5 Castle still held bar Yor three years his Story was that he lost his memory after boing beaten by thus in Bordeaux and it had not returned until be was hit on the head Arain by an officer of the Spanish foreign legion in which he had enlisted to fight the moors. In the course of his wanderings he claimed to have taken part in the German revolution. Morning storm inc parties in j from a Spanish prison Momand of colonel Ernut of the Brough British intervention he re Reann official Force advanced i turned to canst a and was joyfully a Castle by different routes Fol greeted by his wife. Thirteen Days ago by armoured car. They were be dropped out of sight again. Of / by associated press Larrr cd xxx ire Washington. D c. May 3 a by a vote of six to five the House rules committee decide it nay to give privileged status to the Johnson Woodruff Resolution calling for congressional investigation of charge a of alleged laxity in the of government claims arising out of Way contracts and settlement thereof. Of by associated press leased xxx ire Washington. D. A. May a an in create of $45,584,863 in the Public debt during april was announced today by the Treasury. On april 30 the j total debt a # j a at $21,190.soi.318 a compared with $23,144,818,493 on March 31. The increase was Cpl led As mainly due to the Sale of about $150. A a. Too in Treasury certificates As compared with maturities during Tho month aggregating about 150.-tfoo.ono and other debt retirements to about $50,000,00. Ordinary receipts during april a Gregat a $197 019,000 comparer with $296,170.000 last year while Ordinary expenditures totalled ? 242.560.-0aa against $494,000,000 in april Las Yar. Public debt Cree i pm a for the my Nib agr eat cd sl76.8o7.000 a Atno to $201,-140.non a year ago while Public debt expenditures aggregated $131,273,000 against $192,890,000. Good vaudeville Rui shown at met by ass Oriard pres leased wire Dublin Ireland. May 3.�?on motion of Ramon de Valera the a j Eireann late today adopted a motion order j ing the opposing aides in the Irish Republican army conflict to cease fir 1 ing immediately and arrange a True. Or. De Valera said he would like to a the army executive who had taken an Independent position Issue a similar order and would do ail he could to that end. Richard mule Vanhy Aid Hist Side had done All possible and Arthur Griffith declared their men were Only defending themselves. Irs. Who yesterday or driven of of or Plire they he rap a. A a a a is p Strong fortress it i Banks of the River none and re impregnable except by re d upon by snipers in the streets t engagement ensued we a a red fits Bing maintained Oast in from so ral angles a the defenders of the Castle Are 4 3 to be Well equipped with pro a weather report South Dakota generally fair tonight and thursday slightly Cooter East portion warmer thursday afternoon its i Ftp Given the air when a flapper or a Flipper is thrown Down on a Date. Glimmers eyes gobby a Dumbbell who Bas no style no Pep. No nothing. Goofy a sap. A Guy. A fish a fellow. Goofy state of being in love. Grease balls a tvs by a mannered. Poorly dressed cake eater. Greens boffo. Kale. Dough Money. Grubber one who is always borrowing Cigar ets. Grum mtg despondent Blue. Half Cut happily intoxicated As distinguished from being jammed or stewed. A a a Tom or w from head Quot to a Clever program of vaudeville Wolm shown at the and even j lug performance at the met yesterday. And will be sewn again Thlu evening. Three of the aria have their own scenery which in most attractive. A fascination Quot a on act Pla it about temptation who is the Princess of hades and who Force at arts has been the cause of Nan a Down fall. Finally however in find a Man with whom she Falls in a and is no longer sme to ten Pitman ear and Mullen presented a or skit called a Little of this Anvic a utile of to which they in a Iro Dured novo dance Steps and popular songs. A a conventional courtship Quot was also a combination of Dames songs and jokes staged by Flanigan and Stapleton a pretty a Las and a handsome Man. The Washington Trio in a a a Village choir Prague Quot entertained Tho audience with delightful Harj Mony. In addition to the vaudeville a seven reel picture a carnival Quot was a a wet. 0 in Japan will keep hands off in War in China report by associated pros leased were it Tokyo Japan. May 3�?Japan, a 1 cording to the foreign office is and j Hering to or policy of non let refer a enc in China and will take no action in connection with present cos i Turbed conditions in that country without consultation with the Powers especially great Britain and the United states if action seems a res aary Vand Iii observe the agreement Sci to Supply either faction with arms and ammunition. Japan has been advised that thus far no anti foreign Al no prevails in China but she ii taking predation to protect her nationals. in session hot Springs Ark May 9�?several Hundred delegates Are on hand to att and the non Fig Senf a nce of the methodist episcopal Church South which convenes today Conan Mcadoo still have Eye on presidency political analyst says be Reen twi it la x Debs will go on ind on and on by Mark Sullivan National political correspondent of the Mitchell evening Republican and the now York evening poet a Washington d. May 3.�? copyright 1922 by the Mitchell evening Republican and the new York evening pot it a one of the chief troubles of the internal organization of the democratic party lies in the practically Universal Assumption that Latex and Mcadoo will be caterer for the presidential nomination two years from now. These Are the two men whose names occur to mos of the Active democrats when they. Think in terms of the future. It is assumed that Cox and Mcadoo will be contestants and it is assumed that they exhaust the Field. From the first Assumption it follows that the Little party workers Divide themselves into two watch fully jealous Camps. Whenever any party program is suggested or any party policy proposed it is instantly judged in the Light of How it would effect the fortunes of the two leaders in relation to each other. It is a deadly situation. Destructive of morals and hopeless of Success of won t give up. The Assumption about Cox and Mcadoo being Likely contestants is probably Correct. By one who knows f of s temperament doubts that he will never take his eve off the presidency until he Dies. That is his nature and that steady keeping of his Eye on the goal that inner Armour against discouragement. That temperamental refusal to accept any defeat As final is the chief source of the very considerable Success that Cox has so far had in business and politics. Mcadoo has a More volatile dashing temperament. But it comes to the same thing. He. Too. Will never know a Day free from restless aspiration for the prize he has once had Iii his sight. This is All Well enough but the unfortunate consequence is that the Little lock Al leaders Divide themselves into Cox men and Mcadoo men. That leaves Little room for men who Are democrats first for leaders with no preoccupation but the Good of the party and the country. And with minds free to consider wholly new possibilities both of issues and of candidates. Harvey found Wilson Ore of the things the demo Ray a need. And need most sorely is someone to perform for them the same service that George Harvey did some fifteen years ago. The name of George Harvey has became anathema to the democrats now. Hut for All that history wont change the record which shows Harvey did a greater service to the democratic party than any other individual in the ranks during the present Century. After the death of Cleveland after the serious defeat of Alton b. Parker and after the evident eclipse of Bryan it was har Rev who had the initiative to Survey the Field and make up his mind that the comparatively unknown pres Idem of a University in a Small new town would Mak god Timber for the restoration of leadership to the democratic party. It was Harvey who discovered Wilson who pressed who pulled the wires that made him him Forward k in and week out. Governor of new Jersey and who in other respects started Wilson off on that leadership which gave the do a Veratio party the Only period of Power it has bad during the present reentry Isnit there any other Harvey in or out of an editorial Chat who can do this service for the democrats again it in sadly needed. There must be others. There certainly must be score of men in the democratic party who have just As Many evidences of qualifications. And a Good a franchise to a president of the United Sta As Woodrow Wilson had when he held the presidency of Princeton College by a precarious tenure from an increasingly unfriendly Board of trustees or As. Let us say. Warren g. Harding had four years ago when to was one of the least conspicuous of senators or eight years ago when he was the editor of a paper in an Ohio town of thirty thousand. There ought to be some Vody in the democratic party with enough resourcefulness and Energy to pick out such men and bring them Forward. There Are plenty of men in private Jef or in inconspicuous positions in Public life who have it in them to grew up to increasing responsibilities of Nokia a a a Woodrow Wilson or Warren Harding did. A Rathenau says worlds Trade hangs on peace German declares business can not improve while nations a jump at each other financial report is in i Rodts sir i of Mission which i r xxi is draft of Bussian memorandum by x Ako j a Ted pres letter wire genes. Italy May 3�?the disarmament question bobbed up today in a plenary session of the Gen of conference. Walter rat Bena u. He German foreign minister said the worlds trad1 must to doubled before condition could be bettered but that this could not he done while the nations were jumping a at Carli others throats. Budgets hinge nil in to foreign minister Tchitcherine of soviet Russia Der to red in a plea for general disarmament a a Only by a policy of peace ran the nations balance their Ile said Russia must insist upon reservations to the report of the financial commission of the conference As it carried provisions concerning the league of notions which Russia did not recognize. He added that rus sir could not agree to renounce k<g1 eminent control Over Exchange opera t ions. Need uni crib an a opera tim sir Laming Worthington Evans of great Britain presented the financial commission s report which lie termed As important to the world As was the Justinian code. Stabilization of the purchasing Power of Gold could not be accomplished without american co operation he said. The report which was adopted contains nine resolutions among which is a recommendation that the hang of England Call a meeting of Tho Central Banks of Issue to regulate credit policy and study currency reforms. The report also urged an International financial convention to centralize and co ordinate the demand for Gold which should he adopted As the Standard for european currencies. Amor bran envoy is x jailor the report of the transport commission was adopted and then the session adjourned. Richard Washburn child the american ambassador Pas among the visitors at the session. The report of the transport commission presented by foreign minister Jasper of Belgium provides for the calling of a railway convention in Paris to discuss the improvement of european transportation. It urges the Universal adoption of the Barcelona convention for railway Reg. Illarion agreed upon at the transportation conference a year ago. A fatty i<-nervation1 7ot�d Lithuania. Rumania. Holland. Portugal Russia. Germ fit and Many other countries make reservations which a More numerous than the articles of the report. They offer their unsettled boundaries and various other reasons for their failure to give the report unconditional approval and As an explanation of their inability to endorse the Barcelona Resolution the disarmament question was not generally discussed except by the foreign ministers of b4�tli Russia and Germany. The r question and other political subjects were not touched upon. Hut the necessity for american participation in any rehabilitation of Europe was repeatedly mentioned in the debate emphasize need of i. 8. In connection with the financial report in it ixe Ira Gomez of Portugal and path a Delegate emphasized the need of obtaining american support for european financial reconstruct Ion. After the session prime minister Lloyd George of great Britain a haired the work of the two commission As set Forth in their report adopted today presented a very Maffia contribution toward Reno it Struc Tion of Europe it was satisfactory to Tio 4 he remarked the Way in which All the Powers had accepted in such a rapid business like Fash Ion the far reaching Resolution of the two commissions. Both the financial and transport reports adopted provide for International conference to Continuo the work of Europe reconstruction begun or. The Guancial conference is to embrace the Bank of Issue of the various nations and til Hope was depressed a that the Federal Reserve Bank of the United states would a represented this conference will a held in London and the of a Reo on transportation in Paris the financial report suggests that thl Agu of nation study measures for International co operation to Stop tax evasion. A Bra band Bas be a added to an English asylums equipment As a therapeutic Agency in the treatment of the insane. A camera that photographs not is the invention of an English Engineer. You can run your want and in the Republican tomorrow fonday and saturday three Days for the Price of two saturday want Ada free with every two to Aix other Teecea today baseball american league Washington. 689 Voo of no a 9 j Boston. 4fif 008 of fix ill i Phillips Brulhart and Piconich Quinn and Walter new York too 010 alow a 7 i Philadelphia. Us 00 jx�?4 8 i Hoyt and de Vorrier Rommel and Perkins Cleveland at Chicago no game. Postponed rain. By. I it uis at inst rot game postponed. Rain. # National game r ten. Oso to 101�?9 13 new x Ork too Ooi on a a 4 3 Rudolph. Mcquillan and Gowdy Nehf Barnes the and Smith Cincinnati by Louis la Rixey and Hargrave i it Oak Aud Clemen Chicago at Pittsburgh postpaid re Beigh m bolts meeting on i a sign que Fitton Gene. Italy May 2�?infer�t in the plenary Esmon of the economic conference today was overshadowed by yesterdays development when Belgium Bot a the Milt so on Frim no the anal draft of i1 c it Raj in memorandum and the French an nounce�4 they were obliged to withhold Fina approval of the document until they heard from pm Rio. The belgians action a because of their Dif at Falt Tjon t he clause in the memorandum Desu Fng with the restoration of foreign owned property in Russia nation 1 Lig a by the soviet government. Row aim Goi nor the memorandum is in the hand of the soviet or legation to Eon gains France amendment to the property clause which the frenchmen Hope will satisfy the belgians objection to the article As originally compiled but it a delivered to the russian plenipotentiaries with a covering Dexter carefully Tepla fling that the French Delegate re a v cd final approval of the stir document until the obtained Dir a authority from their government x England Walt on for Sam prime minister Lloyd George Lien has announced that great Britain a approval depend on franc a. The amendment adopted in Calcut do re Cath a the guarantee 0f the for-111 a owner of property in Russia the they will he a thee to a their property Back directly or to have an equitable share in the com pan a controlling it. Of such Are formed. Belgium held out for a Mer definite rest Ora Don and France has purported this position throughout a
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