Oakland Tribune in Oakland, California 21 Mar 1922
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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - March 21, 1922, Oakland, CaliforniaOakland and night arid unsettled gentle South Westerly exclusive associated press International volume ten tuesday March b 32 pages copyright 1922 by Tribune publishing co commissioner transferred to Street department an Swers mayor communication filed by City Council members of office left by Baccus say Are expected Many have civil service ratings jobs Safe a protest by commissioner Harry Edwards against his Transfer from the Beard of incidentally including some tart comments on stayer and his Public was brought into the City Council this morning but not by motion of commissioner Frank col Bourn it was Landon the this is Iii answer to the mayors City Council letter said i want it Well have no said the to want no Mora of that old Soderberg Toure not a Good youre not a countered youre an elected of in surprised at your pre yesterday this Council listened to an attack on and now you will not hear my dont be a is mayors i had four years of your stuff White you were in the said the now take your dont be a the Council then requested the City Engineer to prepare proceed Ings for the improvement fifty second Avenue from East tenth to East and listened to an application of the Uptown association for the Extension of Hobart Street from Webster to the matter was referred to Tho City planning part of the Edwards which was not read in Tho was As follows March to Tho Tho City Council of the City of gentlemen i the mayor has introduced an f ordinance transferring commis Baccus to Tho Board of Edu cation and transferring me from the Board of education to the Street de in order to bring about certain changes on Tho Board of to which i will not sub not once has to asked the Board of education for information to school he gives As his reasons that certain civic bodies have requested him to do submits data on i herewith present the following school data for your information for the last thirty years Oakland has been recognized As the leading educational Center of the Pacific the present Board of education Means to maintain that High stand Ard and has devised ways and Means of doing regardless of packed lobbies or political during the year closing lit 1917 Cost of operating the schools of Oakland was with and management the business and educational affairs resting in three executive the highest paid official received per a few executives received from downward and two Hundred school Days were always inthe building under Tho Bond buildings with Glar ing defects i construction were accepted by the old Board and final payments although two men were being paid each under contract with an Cost ing approximately per an num to carry on the deficit Showivt in Bond t a very deficit was already shown the Bond which if continued atthe Sam ratio have meant the elimination of at least two of the new school buildings contemplated in the Bond it was for reasons such As these that Tho present school Board demanded a change in the business affairs of the school system substituted efficiency and Zor waste and the mayor now proposes to re move me from the school Board in order that the old conditions May again be restored and the schools of our City be made a political football Jor his very truly j i commissioner of Revenue and coincident Frith yesterdays City Council action toward changing Bac Cus to the finance department and thus to the Board of Erri Plo yees of the Street department last night admitted that they View with Home trepidation possible up in the Street department when commissioner Edward takes Bacots prefers Street Baccus was Frank in his desire not to be i hate to go now that i have things in some sort of Tho Street department is now or Canizer it is and the employees admit that they do not like to sob a possible even though it might Only be for a Short till Baccus gets the Only employees who can be busted by a Edwards if lie desires to continued on Page col 1 Spring marked by exodus to Europe associated leased wire to new March being Springs first official Day Marks the beginning of Tho Spring of americans to for Aii Iero Are 1525 persons for overseas ports on the Paa Scoffer hat of the steamship bailing i r to f and schuster a sign of Prosperity two men who Are fairly Well dressed to land broke in a strange town is often More distressing than for two who John Wall and curly Jones faced this situation in How can i ask a handout John for the handout stage Hud when i am rigged out like a fellow who ought to co to yet a Job if we dont fall on something pretty it will be up to one or the other of a to ruffle his scenery and do the please Mam stuff for if you have any now is the time the fellow to come to the Aid of the party the two were on the outskirts of the town toward which they had been walking since an ill advised venture in a neigh Boring called a miscalculation in the credulity of Tho resulted in their departure without we gotta get a new curly announced As they sat with their backs against a Large sign any Boob could Tell us that folks Are learning the dangers that in the dotted a contract now Lias gotta have the visual evidence of John Rose facing the idly read what was shut he said to the i am getting a big he pointed to some Leters at the top of the Board Twentyfive dollars Reward for information leading to the arrest of anyone defacing this i hey read words without i then John stooped for two Blades of grass which he tips in his clenched one of to is going to deface this sign and the other is going to have a Nice warm bed in the Short grass is the Lucky he bowed and motioned As toward a close pressing crowd step right ladies and nothing ventured is nothing lost and there Are no cards or rub Ber bands up my hesitating a pulled the longer i might known he muttered get they then approached the sign from opposite curly reaching it first when John was a half Block away the other was cutting a Block of card Board from one of the placards nailed on the for want of better to Cut the Sec Ond and third words from dont fail to hear Toogun lecture on applied John ran up grabbed curly scuffled with and holding him whistled and called for several men a one a Here is the John announced who has been doctoring up these it is time he was taught a giving curly a glance of immense he turned him Over to the Young one of them volunteered while John was Busy dusting his you Are in for a you know it Warp John h in not looking for v anything for showing this fellow he read the sign suppose i As Well collect might mean a hat next appeared before the Justice and with most of the was near the rail when the prisoner brushed John grave his testimony and shamefaced by admitted he thought he was doing funny when he Cut the your he said this is the first time i such a thing in my life and i assure you As one or to i will never do because of cutlets Appeal and and the fact that he had spent a night in the Jusfre let him off with a who had pocketed the Money when he brushed past Drew it out and left the outside of Woodville the two met and continued their we have 14 to take unto the said John tile signs Are curly thought of the night in wondered where he would be if the Fin had been As it turned to agreed Only next time you mention we Are going to robbery at four Reed to seek reelection by associated sees leased wire to March United states senator James a Reed today announced he would seek re election on the democratic senator Reed said the issues of the Campaign would be the utter failure of thro present National administration to fulfil its promises and its Many breaches of nationwide walkout of the bituminous and Anthracite workers formally ordered by National labor chiefs workers show general desire for conflict by their practically solid Vole to Lay Down their tools and out starch formal Call for a strike of both Anthracite Anil bituminous Coal miners on april was sent out today from the Headquarters Micro of the United mine workers of copies of Pic Call were in the mails for delivery to officials of All of Cluj unions 3000 local scattered throughout the Tho Call is understood to pro that 1000 pump men and similar employees in the Anthracite mines and 3000 in the bituminous mines remain at work to keep the Maluo machinery in Chico must hurry Switzerland claims Shower of insects boy confesses he slew titled widow March 19yearold pantry boy at the hotel where lady Alice White was injured last monday was arraigned in police court charged with he la alleged to have confessed to striking lady White with she was found unconscious in har room tuesday morning and died the next waa new March text of the order directing members of Tho United mine work Era to suspend work in the anthrax cite and bituminous mine Fields at Midnight March which was made Public Here tonight by John International or dered the men to give the operators their fullest cooperation in the Protection of mine property and coun selled against violence and violations of the March government was stated at the White House today As not having entirely abandoned its attempts to bring Tum Nous operators and miners to Gether in a conference designed to Avert a strike in such Fields april the added statement was made that no Steps had been taken or results attained which would justify a pub lie by Fred United press stuff March 95 per cent of the Union Coal miners in America favor throwing Down their picks april 1 to Force mine owners into wage scale count of vote in Prog Ress at United mine workers head 55y associated press leased wire to March a heavy snowstorm in the Alps recently thousands of exotic in sects resembling caterpillars and huge ants fell on the slopes arid quickly naturalists Here Are unable explain the but one theory is that the insects were blown in on Tho wind from a warmer 1 a kissed i raps snuggle upping j by associated press leased wire to Ann March at the University of Michigan Are waging an intensive Gumshoe Campaign in an Effort to locate one of their who in a letter in the Michigan i to student Over the Man who has never been severely criticises the promiscuous Loving in which he declares Tho male Stu dents and coeds Tho students Are vowing vengeance on the Home of the coeds indicate their belief the missive was prompted by a Caso of sour but asserts any petting is the exception rather than the the Michigan daily is withholding the identity of the the writer says the protest is the result of an editorial appear ing in the which to construes As condoning so called snuggle taking the publication to task for not striking a Well needed blow at an immoral practice that is disgustingly and shamelessly evident on our the Man who has never been kissed asserts also that almost every place where coeds Are housed on Tho Campus has become an established Retreat for Joseph doubts the existence of such practices As those of which the writer Bailiff collects j deficit 6 months old j Harry Bailiff in police court is a firm believer in the old adage if at first you dont try with his persistence and Aid from the state motor vehicle de Gilbert has been Able to make up a deficit of on his books which has existed since last when he made a mis take in giving the occurred when mobs kill flog four gang shoots old mans defender masked band kidnaps judge March the police today were searching for masked men who late yesterday shot and killed Walter 25 years As he attempted to pro the Ridge said one of his tormentors told How have but two records of whip pings situation tense in Boundary dispute seized houses arc i whipped severely after the killing t i i r t i of burned threat by International news service 1 Repanis to Check strife pleased wire to 1 d March were hopeful of making arrests to detachments of volunteers Are moved to front As snipers of rival armies i pm Temple Jumber continue to six Clinge ballots i taken to an emergency Hospital after Texas by associated press leased wide to Tribune judge for several years Justice of h peace at sour Lus Nischt was spirited away Ciao of members of n masked party who draw Jed Ethe Isom his Home Anil lashed him with a local Lumb in suitor of the March 21 by the associated situation along the Ulster free Border was still tense firing was renewed at c Oclock this morning from commandeered houses on the free and state Side Between Aughnacloy Caledon and lasted two Telephone communication through Clogher Valley is broken and the Northern Side of the Border is completely Strong police forces rushed this afternoon to Bromer county five houses have been burned in the Vicinity of capital county of British troops May restore March 21 by International news British government today intervened to pre vent War Between the Irish free state and the Ulster sir Laming Secretary of state for War in the British announced in the House of commons that the garrisons in the North of Ireland were being strengthened and that efforts were being made to restore order in the seat of disturbance is Tho Southern Frontier of where two armies of Orange men and republicans face each the flogging Ami in in a serious con three men called at Thek therise Homo Wijit an forcibly took him when he answered the door a fierce struggle ensued on the Lawn and the terrified members of the family saw five other who were join the Over Power Etheridge and take him he was driven out of the hand cuffed to a tree and whipped after being stripped to the five men gave him five lashes he to was then brought Back into Tho City and thrown out of the automobile after a lecture on morals by his Etheridge said he could identify one and possibly More of the Why mayor Aldrid fre to Day offered a Reward of for the arrest and conviction any member of the you Are the sixty third Man whipped Here in the last unmasked Secretary sends letter to sen Ator Lodge in which he denies existence of secret agreement with England author of alleged statement of Combine against Japan also Vires Borah mistaken Are resented from his Home at Midnight it was stated at his Home thai had no i pole said that she and m husband Imre sitting in a porch swing whom someone Carne in demanded judge they seized him and when to Pelt la was clubbed a pistol and dragged away it later that a Man answering judge 1flls description swung off a Gulf const train at Midnight and that he had a coat ing of tar and Pelt said that within the past week her husband had received three letters signed warning him to leave thy night riders beat los March i Riding activities spread to los an Geles today when Frank aged reported to the sheriffs Oft co that he had been Given three Days to sell out and j no at toe same time put into kick ser said his wife is in a hos record a Telegram from Paul the result a beating Given Tho new York attorney her by a mysterious band of i denying the accuracy of a statement an attempt to Burn his Nadeau on inn same subject attributed co it associate a press ieas2d i0 a fort Power March presentation in the Senate today of a letter from Secretary Hughes deny ing Watly that any secret agreement exists for future British american led today to another by opponents of the four treaty to Send it Back to the Secretary characterizing suggestions of such an agreement As absolutely false was Laid before the Senate by senator the Republican Leader and it member of the arms delegation i who at the same time nut info Eton had also been he quarters Here to Fay showed a greater majority favouring the suspension Vlf Flat than was it was auditors of the Union were tally ing the vote from the largest District in Tho the three Anthracite entering around Hazleton and piled up a majority for the sus pension along the bituminous districts in Central Penn Washington and Tho Pitts Burgh and the overwhelming majority from these districts cannot be overcome in the vote yet to be strike aimed at is charge March 21 by the associated opera tors who face the Prospect of a strike of their employees april but who still refuse to enter a National con Ference with the Coal miners Union Are not controlled by Mere but a determination to cure a deep seated George managing director of the american wholesale Coal declared today in an address before the Washington City Federal court which have charged operators of Union mines with conspiring with the miners Tinich to fix Coal prices and damage nonunion Coal were held gushing a largely responsible for the unwillingness of the Coal operators to gushing declared wages must come Down in the mines he said this was illustrated by the amazing fact that under Tho present scale a practical Miner can earn fully a though the miners know that they dare not earn All the scale Al they know that if the Public should realize How much a practical Miner May gushing the people would refuse to pay the Price for Coal with such a wage scale they know How quickly their rate would be labor is not striking against the Coal opera the Railroad managers or the it is striking against the the Coal operator stands at a Point he must see the cause on one Sido and the effect on the he Hasto turn about and he is going into this wage Battle to clean the mines of the shirker and the payroll gushing asked his audience to let it be a fair fight to a and to refrain from prodding the govern ment until it Steps lockout paralyses business in Denmark by International news service leased wire to March Ness was almost at standstill throughout Denmark today As a re sult of Tho general labor there have been slight outbreaks of violence in troops Are on communists seized upon Tho labor troubles in an Effort to precipitate a red but the movement col lapsed when the chief was arrested in heavy military patrols Aro guard info the chief cities and Tho Industrial the troubles began in when employers began to Cut about workers Are ing the state motor vehicle act on two in each Case Vaughan was fined to had deposited bail and when he came to get the rest of his Money Gilbert gave him an order on the City treasurer for instead of when Gilbert discovered the mistake he mailed who was at that time residing in a the letter was returned but the Bailiff located the Man through the vehicle depart ment and last week sent him a second yesterday Vaughan appeared and returned the to Gil during the time that Gilbert has been Bailiff he has handled than he has made Only three totalling All of which has been what mates free lunch counter Back by associated press leased Tore to new March awaiting grand jury action on charges that he violated the volstead today is unique in the View of police and prohibition officials As the one known manhattanite to have the prewar free lunch police officers who invaded his Washington Street apartment yesterday claim to Havo found a familiar brass rail before a lengthy mahogany bar with a table stand ing on one Side heavily Laden with relics of free lunch including the indispensable and now Neutral claimed the de they were served with two drinks of whisky at a total Cost of 2s payment of which they were invited to participate of the free Road wants to but Nevada says no by associated press leased wire to March Nevada Public service Cummis 6ipn has notified president of tha Eureka Nevada Railroad company that service must be resumed immediately on the line or proceedings will be says a despatch from following Tho washing out of a Section of the roadbed Sexton instructed that allem Plo yees be discharged and service the Tho despatch left a town of several Hundred without rail Road communication with the out Side world and threatens the districts food and fuel soft cuffs for Iowa students at exams by associated press leased wire to Iowa March result of an investigation of Tho Honor system by faculty members of the College of Liberal arts of University of it is announced that that system be dispensed with in that school and Hornef tar examinations will be conducted Only tinder the supervision of an faculty members allege the Tifin of Rel bal other cuff notebook by United press leased wire to March greatly perturbed at the threat of civil War to Long the Ulster it was reliably stated if Sparks from the Ulster Border ignite the Irish it might tie necessary to despatch troops to restore it was Tho situation along the Ulster Frontier is becoming More serious Irish and Ulster confronting each armed volunteers Are other at Many they Are to begin fighting if negotiations Over the fixing of the Frontier Between Ulster and the free state fall to conclude any outburst along the or any outrages in it is precipitate a series of massacres and throw the whole country Back into civil this fear is based upon confidential re ports from both forces ready to begin while there has not As yet been a general conflict along the Ulster last night was marked by Brick which showed that both forces Are ready and even eager to begin patrols crept into enemy Terri tory in much the same fashion As scouting parties used to crawl into the enemy trenches during the world bombs were thrown at scattered Bridges were blown motor cars were trenches were dug across roads to act As traps for with the coming of Daylight the scouts withdrew to their own sides of the Ulster volunteers Are moved to in the Early today several detachments of Ulster volunteers moved up to the houses on both sides of the Border were being evacuated under orders of the com wherever the opposing forces were within Rifle shot of each other there was sniping and occasionally burst of machine gun fire was approaching the front from either North or South there were signs of demanded Small parties of refugees leaving their bodies of armed men marching despatches with full details of the situation were being received Constable killed in resisting March 21 by the associated Magee was shot by gunmen in Hardinge Street last military forces sent to scene met a fusillade of revolver under cover of which the assassins Magee lied Many Carters failed to report for work today in protest against the Lack of Protection from raiders last evening surrounded Glengean the Home of John near county close to the free state Bor Allingham opened fire on the raiders and drove them encountering Samuel a on the Allingham who also was an Ulster b special con and killed Japan to ignore millionaire Auto St on trial As result of injury to girl on wild i March the trial of John Duval de troit charged with driving an automobile while began in municipal court the charges grew out of a Midnight Joy Rido on March when Dodge and Rex of invited Young women into their a and one of the miss Emmaline leaped from the car and injured her Earl was convicted of drunkenness last hundreds of persons eager to gain admittance to the courtroom Gath ered about the Central police which also houses the after the present Case is disposed Dodge is to face a charge of illegally transporting the offi cers declaring liquor was found his prompted by girl victim declaring that fright prompted her miss Kwakernaak yesterday told for the first time the Circum stances surrounding her injury she still is in a local where she was taken after the miss Kwakernaak said just left a dance in company with two girl friends when automobile drove and the two Young men in who later introduced themselves As Dodge and Rex Earl of invited them to not knowing the they de she adding they explain y senator Correct meaning is not cravats Telegram embodied the statement issued by him last night n new in which he declared i that the words attributed to him in the statement read by senator Borah in the Senate yesterday were either inaccurately quoted or did not car directly convey his re Ter Reg to a passage in which Borah i quoted him As saying he had been told of the understanding by every it 7 err member of the american government Abandons said he in never talked with any Delegate on any j subject remotely resembling alleged International reiterating a denial made in a former communication that any j secret agreements existed with other Powers in connection with the arms Hughes wrote in to Days letter that he hoped to sea no further upon the Honor of the american delegates state Utip 1c to reclaim Navy reserves in Kern March 1rcslrtcnt Harding asked Congress today for an appropriation of for the custody and operation of tic quiral Petroleum reserves in Wyoming and by associated press leased Wise to March government filed a motion in supreme court today to dismiss its suit against the North american Oil Pioneer Midway Oil and the Union Oil companies of California to restrain them from operating on land claimed As a part state mint is decal to the text of Secretary flushes i which was addressed to Sena Tor follows i i dear senator 1 notice that the the charge in the course of the debate Over the fou Power treaty is that there is a secret agree ment or understanding Between this government and great Britain with respect to Pacific any such statement is absolutely we of a naval Reserve number two under no secret understandings or a presidential proclamation of de Cember the motion was made by solicitor Beck after conferences with counsel for the Oil which resulted in a settlement of the Case out of the Settle ment provides for the payment by the Oil companies of about representing the expenses and costs to the government in the prosecution the Case to the land at Issue in the Case was entered in 1907 under the mining Laws of the United states and the locators conveyed their interests to the Pioneer Midway Oil which late in 190s or Early in took Possession of the four agreements with great Britain with relation to the fou Power treaty or any other in my letter to senator under Wood on March in relation to the fou Power i said there Are no secret notes or permit me to express the Hape that the american delegates will be saved further aspersions upon their veracity and faithfully yours f Charles Reading from a pamphlet by the Council of foreign relations in new embodying discus Sion among it members on 3 Rumary senator put into drilling until since then i offered to n 7 i r they president May vetoed they were on their Way numerous Wells have been according to a Wakers Dodge and Earl offered take them and when they drove right by oui boarding House and we headed out into the country at a terrific Speed we All became she said we were All of three sitting in the Back the men in then a sudden impulse moved me to when i woke up owing to the Lack of the Oil j record once More the exact quota company did not begin actually worn Cravath that he had pee Borah continues of revised i it must be i was in the Hospital eight rooms reserved for Dodges March Duval Youthful yester Day completed five Days speeders sentence at the House of correction crap paths corrected ver continued the Idaho senator Rill and l did not set two document by Del j5tealing St r was Given to me by March who is a member of this International news Dent Harding May veto the pending army it was indicated at the who was present when the discussion took and says this is what was White House this if Conj Cravath refers his Tele Gress passes it with directions As to How the overseas troops the United states shall be the Bill cuts the hawaiian and philippine garrisons to Mere Skele ton the president it was stated that Congress has nothing to say about inhere the Gram to a charge of a Brit sex american understanding made by i dont know what he Means by a i made no charge at ail i Only read his own senator Borah continued Reading from Tho pamphlet a discussion Obj questioning by Man former and spent the remainder of the of the United states shall of in which Cravath f erred to an Anglo american Fleet Day in consultation with his attorneys As that Power a invested and departed last night for Kalama zoo to face charges of driving an automobile while intoxicated and illegally transporting a suite of eight rooms was re served at Kalamazoo hotel for the Dodge Young it was in the president As command Erin chef of the army and in the he had been told could dominate Japan and i i i i make her live up to the obligations r act ten to i Sile has a renin to replace no understanding not americans on Rhine embodied in March 21 by the Asso would occupy two rooms cited american troops and that remainder would to and the remainder would to taken by attorneys and before his Dodge voluntarily wrote an article for the prison phrasing the officials As extremely humane and the among whom he became popular during his As extremely Good will Mission on the which have been or dered will be in the Coblenz Bridgehead replaced by the who now occupy the sectors of both sides of the Only consequence of the withdrawal foreseen in official circles hero is a possible by the germans that it is in a Way a sign of disapprobation of the Allied policies agreement to Brazil proposed will not have by United Bess leased wire to leased wibe to March ointment by the president of a Spe the american government in tars into no understandings or agree ments during the arms conference that were not embodied in treaty form and made it was stated today at the White House in connection with charges in Senate an reached Between the United states and great Britain relative to action in the the charge of a secret agreement was described As outrageous and unit was further inconceivable that Tho american j government should invite Japan to i a conference and then be perfidious secret agreement antagonistic to March of Good to formal cognizance of the will and congratulation to represent not charges of representatives of the Chita government that marshal while visiting negotiated a franc japanese agreement with regard to a High japanese official today declared the charges be dignified the government feels too ridiculous to with a the United states Tho Centennial Celebration of the Independence of Brazil at Rio Janeiro in september would be authorized under a Resolution introduced today by chairman Porter of the House foreign affairs House approves army March by International news states will to the Genoa economic Coni i lit it i t either official or it was announced at the this the administration will rely upon ambassador Richard Washburn at for in formation concerning the Progress of the i Britain willing to yield on Oil Fields House today approved a provision of the army appropriation Bill Icalas for a reduction by next july 1 in number of regular army March 2t by International Nowa allots ton made at Washington that March Brit filial had concluded a secret i Alula expected soon to give Assur franc japanese treaty for Tho Exance of her willingness for Tho Plo Tahon of Siberia during his reunited states to participate in the cent to Tokyo was formally de1 exploitation of the Gigantic Meso Nied by Tho French foreign Oft co Toj Pota Mlan Oil it was Learnell in disease specialist called for Lenine author Tatiros circles this March professor Gerke specialist on internal Haa been summoned to it is reported he will treat Premier Germany appoints ambassador to March a Noci ated Otto Wiedfeldt been it Pontod car Man to Niue
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