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The Review Carries the Only Full Leased Associated Press Wire Report In The Warren District
rHE WEATHER !. f j
Avcni' iri o of copper for 1 1 1
month of November 1 12j7
Avmijie pike of copper for the
week en. linn DC 1. l) 1310
VOL. 24 NO. 296
BISBEE, ARIZONA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBE..
. " 1 ' f -' A
I 1 ' ' -
' rnce rive Cent
OF HOT DEBIT
Johnson Bill Amended Reduc
ing Prohibition Period
to Single Year
Representative Knutson Says
Foreign Powers Assisting
WASHINGTON. Dee. in. Amend-
mctit of the Johnson b'll to reduce
... v.,r n..nhi,iit.. s.h,si imJ
migration to the United States to , 4of ,hc car
14 months iuid charges that foreign to tlio norvice
gtv.ernnionts wote "financing thojear- howevei.
movement of sa.H.als to the United
e...w ,.,,.io,i .,,.tw .t-.v of de-l
bate in the house on immigration ;
Adoption by a vote of ST to H of
the amendment offered by Represen
tative Mann, Republican cf Illinois,
to reduce the emhai go period was a
stirpiiso to advocates of the legisla
tion and const'tuVd the first vYtory
for Representative Siegel. Republican i
of New ! ork. and Sahatn, Democrat
of Illinois, leaders of the opposition.
Pi oporents of the bill, however,
were not dismayed and said they
vere confident of favorable iMsposf
t'on of tlv measure before adjourn
ment tenon ow.
Tiie Mann amendment
linnfs the restriction period to one
year, reducing by one-half The period
originally proposed. As amended
lht In 11 cannot bo enforerd for two
months after passage find can be ap
plied only fourteen months from the
date cf passage.
Another amendment offered by
Representative Mann exemutMig Use
Rhilinpine Islands from fip?Moalion'
of Hi" measure, was adopted by a
viu. voce vote. The Ill'rois member
In offering the i'tnendmert said the
F'hil''Diiios m;v.hf. s:ioi obtain their
Indf ior.dence and further legislation
by this roverr.motu was not desirable.
The day s debate developed a
strcngf hening of
fcrces opposin? t'ii
bill. Representative Ms:nn rnd ot1
er frflfntial members announced
their oppos'tion to the measure. Rea
sons g'ven for opposing it covered a
viM field of subjects. including
rlwrges of laxity against the admin
istration in enforcing ex'stini lavs:
that th" bill was extreme and indi
c:'l, leading to fTtunnriit restriction
cS immigration: that it would denv
asylum to "oppressed peoples." in
cluding the !ri-;h and return them to
"tyrannical governments" for pun
Radical Influx Charged
Representative Mann in an address
oppos'Tlg the Treasure said he was
ajprehei.'sivo that the ' Urriish gov
ernment is I'k'ly to adopt rune dras
tic methods than it Ins no to the
pre .sent. t'n. " in dealing with the
"deplorable conditions in Ir. land"
and th-U un er the ;erms of the bill
"if an Irishman seeks In esc;pe from
the drastic measures adopted by the
Rritish government and succeeds in
gcftini a vessel which wMl carry
him from his own shores and land
h'ni in America he will I returned
to 'he Rritish government to be tried
and convVted of treason and per
hans be hung.
Representative Knutson. Republi
can of Minnesota, whip of the hous-.
provided one cf the sensations of the
lay's discussion? with the statement
that he was "willing to state on my
reputation as a member of the house
that foreign governments are financ
ing the movement of radicals from
several counties in Europe, nuivin
them over here."
l'e added that while before the
war "immigration fiom Spain was
practically unknown." on a recent
visit to Ellis Island be had found
from Spain who hadj
arrived in one da v.
Thousands View Bodies of Gangsters
Lynched for Slaying Three Officers
SANTA ROSA. Calif.. Dec. 10.
Throngs of the curious, many of them
wearing little bows of hempen
strands, which they said weri from
the lytuhiis' rope, viewed Ihe bod
ies of George Royd, Terence Pitts
and Charles Valento. alleced gang-
Local Mines Make Wage Reduction
Effective January 1 Rather Than
Throw Hundreds Out Of Employment
arren District Properties Plan to Continue Operations
With Present Working Forces in Spite of Inability
To Dispose of Huge Copper Surplus on Hand
Wage reductions af lectin!? approxi
mately 4.'(0 employes effective Janu
ary 1, were posted yesterday by the
CAlumei & Arizona and Copper
Queen mining companies.
I'nder Hie new .scale daily wage em
ployes now rM-eiving $5.35 or more i
day will be reduced Jfl.00 a day!
employes now receiving less tlian i
?,' will be reduced 80 t ents a day. I
flat reduction or "0 per cent will i
made in tin wages of all regular- i
In addition to the reductions, both i
companies announced that the service j
bonus w ill be discontinued the first i
All employes entitled
bonus for the current I
will receive the bon
UN"'' 10 ' ,
"he action of the two bi
cs yesieruay was mu enure-iy a mm-
jmse lo resilient s oi ine uuirai, in
ticularly miners and associated em
ploves. With the copper marget prao-
tioally dormant lor many months,
the local mines have for a long time
been facing the alternative of either
closing itown with the Jaying off of
of men or operating at re
The latter course was docidVd up
on by the two companies after a care
ful and exhaustive study of conditions
here and in the eastern copper niark-
! ets. Although it was contemplated
! several months ago, it is said, oi'fi
ai tually cjajs o1- tnp mining companies post
poned announcement of any 'reduc
tion in. wages on account of the then
high cost of the necessities of life.
Even several weeks ago, when prices
iof. foodstuffs and other necessities
started tumbling, no action was tak
jen for ctie reason that the comianies
; preferred to shoulder the loao o" pro
fitless operation of the mines and as
isociated industries rather than place
any burden on their employes, par?
jculatly those with families in the di.s
trict. With the
cost of living apparently
I er. it was
a downward path, howev
decided that it would be
impossible for either company to con
tinue operations on Its present work
ing force scale without a reduction
in wages, and that the present was
a time when the reduction would be
less felt by employes than at any per-
INT AUTQiBLOGKADES If
Ell IS DEAD
Horace E. Dodge, Sole Head j
of Bis Detroit Firm, Called
At His Winter Home
PALM REACH, Fla.. Tf-c. 10.
Horace E. Dodge, millionaire auto
mobile manufacturer, died here to
night at h's winter home.
DETROIT. Dec. 10. The death cf
Horaca E. Dodje, at his winter home
in Palm Beach, Ela.. tonight was un
expected by his acquaintances and
friends here, who had not learned of
his illness. He ll't here several
M(eeks ago with Mrs. Dodge, appar
ency ir, good health.
Dodge had been the sole head of
the Dodge Brothers Automobile in
teists since the sudden death early
this yvar of John Dodge, his elder
The brothers founded the automo
bile business that bore their name
eight years ago. after engaging in
manufacture of automobile parts
since the icarlv days of the industry
when they were associated with Hen
sters anil murderers, who were lynch
ed here early todav.
More than three thousand had
passed through the morgue by sun
A" poi oner's jury today returned a
verdict clearing the sheriff of this
county and bis deputies of all respon
sibility for the lynching and holding
the haiuvd men responsible for the
slaying rf Sheriff .1. A. Retray of this
county and Detective Miles M. Jack
son and Iosier H. Gorman of San
Vrancisco. in an affray here last
Sunday. It war. these killings that
!ed to the lyich'ngs.
In front of a newspaper offic
where a picture (f the bodies of th
hanged men danc.ling from their
nooses was expr 'd. the three young
pnns "f Sheriff James A. Petray.
V'lled last Sunday by Royd. stvdied
thn pruesome print closely without
iod liuring t he last several yeArs.
The wage reductions were equalized
in every branch of operations of the
two big companies. Miners, muckers,
engineers, foremen, surface men and
j office managers and assistants rr;?
all included in the order, regardless
of the length or of the branch of ser
vice. Employes of both companies appear
ed to take the announcement of the
wage cut in good spirits yesterday.
i Rumors that the mines would either
make a big slash in their working
forces or might shut down entirely on
account of the inability to sell any
copper during more than a year, were
dissipated bv the ousting of the new
I wane scale. M"anv married men ex-
pressed the belief thai 'the n-w scale
would not work any hardship on em
ployes of the company and would
probably be received with much more
satisfaction both by single men and
men with families than would the an
nouncement of any reduciion in lori es
Officials of the two companies said
last night the wage reduction had
been made only after conditions here
had been f,iven most thorough study.
The companies felt, they said, that
living costs had now reached a level
where it would be lar better for ev
erybody to stand a cut in wages
than for hundreds and maybe thou
sands of men to be thrown entinJy
out of employment.
'"No one regrets more than we that
it is necessary to make this reduc
tion." said one official last night.
"Bui something had to be done. The,
huge sums that Tiave been expended
by the companies here to get out cop
per that cannot be sold anywhere in
the world have reached unheard of
totfils during the last year. The sit
uation of the copper industry is right
now at its inost serious stage. There
is a huge supply of copper on hand,
and there has been a huge surplus
for more than 'a year, with practically
no market whatever.
"When it came down to a question
of laying off many men or reducing
wages, we decided that a general j
wage cut was the best solution. I loth !
companies wanted to keep all of their j
employes on the pay-rolls as lonir as
(COXTlNt f'P OX I -ACE TWO)
Special League Commission
Appointed to Discuss
. Dec. 10. Just bow the
blockade may be user as
of nations weapon to pre
is to be determined by a
special commission which the coun
cil of thei league will appoint and
which will report to the council at
ihe next assembly. This was the
essence of a report adopted with
minor amendments by the assembly
today. Pend'ng further action by the next
assembly, the general secretary of
the league is to act as a scrt of out
post to watch for infractions of the
covenant and infirm the council
which shall meet to take cognizance
of the facts and subsequently inform
all the other rmbers of the league.
As soon as the members are sat
isfied that an infraction ci" the rev
enant as described in Article 1t; of
the document has occurred, they
will be expelled to carrv out the pro
visions of the first paragraph of the
article, namely, break off" all finan
cial, commercial and personal rela
tions between their nationals and
the nationals of the covenant break
The report adopted today, which
is taken as merely interpreting th"
covenant, provoked a somewhat eon
fused debate. Dr. Giusepn Motto,
president of Switzerland, oTTiained a
modification in favor of maintaining
"relations for purely humanitarian
The amendment also contained a
stipulation that it was for individual
stat"s io decide whether there should
be a blockade or not.
Lord Robei t Cecil. represent ing j
South Africa, d'd not agree with tin's i
latter stipulation, saying it was -ath-l
er for individual slates to decide j
whether reason eristeil for a block-1
:ule. Oncp that fact was established,
be lieelan d. these states we-e hound I
join in the blockade without res-!
erva'ion. Dr. Motta agreed to t h5
but maintained it was still for ind'-!
vidual state to decide whether there'
should b a blockade. j
The Scandinavian amendments re-,
SENATE TO VOTE
Senator Gronna Is Confident
War Finance Corporation
Will Be Revived
CAPPER LAUDS FARMER
Kansas Legislator Declares
Agricultural Industry Is
Made Goat Too Often
WASHINOTON'. Dec. 10 Lrgisla
lion to provide for relief for farmers
confronted by falling prices occupied
the greater part, of the senate's thin
today and when adjournmeMr was
reached there was general agreement
that a vote would be taken tomorrow
on the agricultural coin mitt ee's reso
lution to revive the war finance cor
The debate on the measure, lead by
Senators Dial,- Democrat of South
Carolina; Smith. Democrat of Geor
gia .and Capper, Republican of Kan
sas, brought forth no pronounced op
position to the legislation and tonight
Senator Gronna. Republican of North
Xakpta, expressed confidence that
the measure would be adopted.
Stimulation of agriculture through
exiorts was declared by the speakers
to be one of the principal reasons for
urging revival of the war finance cor
poration. Indirectly it would result
in stabilizing conditions generally, it
"There is not a Living market for
farm products in the United States to
day," Senator ("aimer told the senate
adding that the closing of banks in
North f-akota "indicates that agricul
ture, our bitrgest business, was iRe
foundation of our "vealth and prosper
ity, is close to demoralization and
ruin." The banks were closed, lie
said, because they could not collect
from the farmers who were unable to
pay because then was no maifcet ror
"We have gone about this thing or
deflation all wrong." he continued.
"The farmer has been made the goat
so often that it was t hough i he could
safely be made ihe goat in this big
deflation. He cannot carrv it tt..
will not carry it. He had said so and
is stating so today.
'The farming business cannor exsi
unless credit and market conditions
are remedied soon."
White debate engaged the senate
first definite action was taken bv
house members on the subject of farm
relief, the house agriculture commit-
tic .1. ... - .
( m. uniuins iu appoint a sun-commit
tee headed by its chairman. Represen
tative Haughen of Iowa to recommend
a program of such legislation.
Proposals of wool growers that an
embargo be laid on wool imports were
the subject of further hearings before
the house ways and means committee.
Of Nation Will Organize
To Fight Farmers' Battles
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 10. Organi
zation of every agricultural commun
ity in the nation on ait intetis'v
scale to fight the farmers' battles
and to obtain "(economic justice" I'm
the producters of foodstuffs was
urged by speakers today at the inter
national farm congress.
Unanimity of expression for or
ganisation developed but leaders de
clared that no special privileges
were sought by tanning interests.
They made it plan that such nrgani
ssation had not been Mi. ir creed and
was suggested now only as a meas
ure to gain relij-1 from an -'intolerable
South Subscribes Millions
To Corporation Which Will
Stimulate Foreign Markets
ATLANTA. Ga.. Dec. 10 Sh-
( sctiptions of more than Sfi.noo.noo
had b'en receive,) today when sub
script ion books were closed on capi
tal stock of the federal international
banking company, a cooperative cor
poration to operate under the Edge
lawfor the financing and expoita
lion or products of the southern
leasing small states bordering on an
olfe'inling nation from blockade obli
gations, which were nut over lino!
meeting of the assembly,
partial satisfaction ihrouclo
the recomt jMidation j n1(. report
adopted todav that further study be
give,, ti, Scandinavian propositions
i-nd that the blockade commission
should consider what action might
he taken in such cnee.
In discussing this re commenda
tion. Senator La Fontaine (.f Belgium
ficljred that every state, ;'.reyt or
: tmill. fhould take its risks in the
int'M'es' of all.
He Feels Like
LUCERNE. Switzerland. Dec. 1".
Uomier King Constantine of
(Srjece. in ;m open message to the
American people today, says lie
Seels liki the president or the
United States inasmuch as he 1ms
hi en elected lo rule ever Greece
by pi. pillar vote. He ri iterates his
i xpi es.- ion of good will toward the
entente and the United States and
thanks Hk AH'iican people for
the sympathy and impartiality
shown him. The message was dic
tated h' many requests and con
tains the following introduction:
"In returning to my country and
le ascending the Greei. thn nc
which I was foru'd by the entente
and thi intrigues of a political par
ty to abandon for three long -and
ti-ving years. 1 feel more than ever
as the" president of the United
Sttiles must fed. I. too. har been
elected by vote of the pfople to
the high office 1 am about o fill
and which I fi.-merly occupied by
the single constitutional right of
' Hughes Is First Visitor Re
j ceived; Colonel Harvey
Also Is Summoned
.MARION. Ohio. Dec. 10. In ful
fillment of his campaign promise for
a "meeting of minds" to determine
a new American foreign policy.
' Pres'iV-Mit-elect Harding today began
t a month of conferences here by sevk
, ing the advice of Charles E. Hughes.
; Republican nominee for the presi
! dency in 191 ti.
j What passed during their talk of
; Several hours was not revealed, for
( afterwards planting maintained si
i lence and Hughes would only say
i that international prohlems had hern
j considered in relation to constantly
. changing conditions and with a view
to solution along the lines laid down
by the president-elect during the
I Neither would comment on wii'jf-ly
: circulated reports that the coni'er
i ence had to do also with cabinet ap-
pointments and other practical iiues
! tions of administration building.
, Hughes has been mentioned many
. tinges a sa possible secretary of
! state and his arrival here at the
jhead of the president-elect's list of
I chosen conferees served to enliven
j speculation on h!s availability for the.
j premier portfolio in the next cabinet!
Colonel Harvey Appears
! While th? two were closeted to-
gether. Colonel George Harvey ai
J peared on the scene for a visit which,
j it was said, might last for several
; days. It was the second time he had
come here at an hour wlen eiues
tlons affecting the country's interna
tional relations were awaiting solu
tion. He spent two weeks at Hard
ing's headquarters just prior to
Harding's address of August 2S, term-
! ing the Versailles league a failure
j and proposing formation of an asso
ciation of nations,
i Although as a Democrat be was
; one of Wood row Wilson's leading
' supporters for the presidency in
i VM'X. Colonel Harvey later withdrew
.'h's support from the rdminist rat ion
! and has been an irreconcilable oppo
j jent of the league. Hughes has been
! a reservationist. having proposed sev
I era I reservations during the league
fight in the senate.
Several of those named have been
j given to the public from ether
sources, however, and it is known
that in the near future he e'xpects to
se among others William II. Taff.
. Elihu Root and Herbert Hoover,
i Hoover probably will be here for a
; conference Sunday.
; BOSTON. Dec, 10.- A conference
between President-elect . Harding and
Governor Coolidge. vice president
! eject, to be held at the senator's
; home in Marion on December 1(1.
j was announced at the governor's of
' lice todav.
IS. P. LAYS If
TFCSON. Ariz.. lec. in. Three
hundred and thirty one employes of J
the Southern Pacific Railway- shops
here were laid off today. Eetghty
oight 'were laid off December 6 last.
Union officials said a protest had
hi en framed to the Inreistat Com
Thp reduction in irxvi came nn
",r V..M...U.M. Ur nay lion- r. I ut re
of the unions affected UHd speHM j
ineeunus ronmiii ai wmcn protests :
w ere voieeil. j
N I ERNAT10NAUF0REIGN TRADE
Allied Representatives Are 'Proposed Organization to Ex
Unable to Adjust Dispute tend Credit Is Indorsed
Over German Cables By U. S. Bankers
SENATE TAKING HAND
France and Japan Refuse to
Accede to Proposals of
WASHINGTON. Dec. 10. Disagree
ment between the i( prescntat iv s of
the l.rincinal allied :.nd :.snei;,fed
powers over the disposition of the ! ",:i Infers and merchants was en
former German cables is in, del stood j dorscd today by prominent speakers
to have about reached a point threat- j before a conference under auspices of
ening disruption of the preliminary , 'he American Ri-jikers' Association,
international communications con-! The proposed corporation would be
leiynce wtnen lias been in session tormeii unuer tte Kiigp law with a
hete for some weeks. capital of J BtO.tiuO. tiuu. available to
The I'm'ted States, Groat Britain
and Italy are said to have reached
an accord on most of the principal
it issue but l-n nce and Jap -
retue.t to aceedp to the ma -
jor proposals advanced by the Vnit
ed States and Italy and upon v.'h'ch
the Ameiican and Italian govern-
Acting Secretary Davis of the I
state department, chairman of the'
American commissioners to th;" co:i-
ffX?ioe. laid the whole matter befor
the senate foreign relations commit-j
tee at a two hour conference today
behind closed ilmu-s. Chairman Lodue .
announced later that the American
proposition had received "the un
fl'ialified approval" of the commit
tee. It was stayed further that
operation between the state del
ment and the senate committee on
the otiestion had been arranuvd for.
' Island of Yap Involved
So far as the tinted States is con- great unemployment. This is due. to
certied. the piincipal issues are con-! a con: iderahle d'-groe. to the Mauna
trol of the cable lines centering at jtion in orders ror our export surplus,
the island of Yap. in tlV Pacific -Erom this stagnation the copuni-
H-ea,,. a uu a uireci line oeiween im'iins power of ot.r own
l iineu mate s ana itaiy. miiy is
joining, with the I'liited" Slates in in -
sisiuig upon me iMreci came iifiwten'
the two countries. I
A plenary session of the delegates,'
to the communications conference j
scheduled for today was not held, it
was said, fcause of the imnossibil-
ity of reach Ins.' an
cliiels of llli iteteatui's I
of the fivt
powers who met la.-t tiilit
informally iu an effoit to bring
At this informal conference, it Is
undei stood, a proposal was brought
fnrv:ii-fl thiit inctejifl ,t t. .. i wliix.
I.. ..ft... r .1; ...:i : -I
-II linr iieiiiH iu; i lie II IS I 11 l)'l I IOU
of the cables among the five powers,
aiT agreement was reacht 71" for joint
ownership of the lines. The Cniir-d
States. Great Britain ami Italy, are
said to have supported this plan and
France and Japan to hove opposed
Internationalization of islands such
iis Yap, serving as the center for
cable conimiin-catlon. also is - report -
;ed to have been brought forward at
flit, iiifrvriii.il innotii.., ..iitlii l.,,f
Japan and France are said to have !volv,1 In Inflation, in wast. an.T Iu
opposed it intrigue. The only direct loa: s of our
Compromise Proposal government from today, on. should be
According to information today in ""'"n"' ''nTs to prevent starvation."
official eircli s. the American govern- Obligated To Europe
ment. has proposed that a coinpro- Declaring that if America wanted
mise be affected on the distribution Europe's trade she must help that
of tlje cables emanating firm Yap continent now. A. C. Bedford, vice
and now in the hands of 'Japan bv (president of the International Ch.im
the allocution of the Guam-Yap cable jber of Commerce, painted an encour
to the United States, that of the, aging lecture ol Europe in the mn-Yap-Dutch
Indies i able to Holland j struct ion period.
and the Yap-Shanghai cable to Jap
an. This plan, however, is under
stood to haw met with the disap
proval of the- Japan'ese delegates,
who contended that Japan should re
tain at least a half interest in the
Guam-Yap cable as well as in the
Yap-Dutch Indies cable
A proposal of the American dele-
(coN'Tixri-:r ox i'agi: rvo
Activities of "Black-and-Tans" Are
Described By Four Former Members
WASHINGTON. Dec. in. Three
former members of the Royal Irish!
Constabulary, each of whom said he
bad resigned ;,s ;, '-protest against
Rritish misrule" and later fled Ire
land in fear of attack by fo'iiir com-!
rades. presented today l( the erm-j
mission of the Committee of tine'
Hundred investigating t y Irish iptes-!
lion accounts of Ihe operations of,
the Rritish military foues in the'
Emerald Ile. j
Each of the three. John Cahian.j
John Tan.gney and D.'.'l'el V. Ciown-i
ley, told i '' raids iu which they said
they bad bni forced (,, participate;
as niembeis of the constabulary and'
ot tne receipt from their command-1
et s of orders lo d ..! i oy life and prop.
Thi commission also hard re
ports of the killing of Lord Mavnr
M.Cl , , of CnxV f,,-,,., js( yLnv
Ma,.Swli.,.y. -ister of Teifm-e. Mac-
Swiney. .successor to Mc('itain.
! HOOVER PRAISES IDEA
! Says ProjectWould Prove One
j of Greatest Ever Under-
t taken in America
CHICAGO. Dec. in. Organization
iof a corporation to finance foi-In
' iraue, to do naoKeii py i.anKei -s. man
American producers as cash payment
i for the-ir uoods on which foreign buy-
would be unable to pav cash.
1 This foreign trade, speakers said.
- was necessary to the coininercf.il Pro
gress of the United states and some
i method of financing, foreign trade
must be worked on t to enable Ameri
can manufacturers to take their place
in world trade.
Herbert Hoover, spiak'iig before
the afternoon session, declared ih;;t if
the project wire Micces.-.t ill today's
lonference would have been the most
momentous since the armistice.
Hoover Praises Plan
"You are allured here for the fun
damental purpose of doing something
1 practical in ihe solution of a linan-
by every day means."
' Hoover said. "You have
, bl yi
tor our farmers today are suf
. great losses and our workmen
js ledui ed and
'.jn. u,Kl lis.
VU'e must face the Issue that these
economic ills arise from the vicious
economic circles that can be broken
i none way on!- und that bv the es
tablishment of credits abroad, not the
i snort nine cretins in u mm
um "1M lw" investment in re-
iii.'iuit.ive en lei pi ises.
Hoovi r declared that present prob
lems, should be solved by tin process
of business anil the induniuul int-
ifi-itit'.i ..f i.,n .-.tl,... tl....4 ft.- ..... .
nient. Government proniotiiou. be
said would lead lo vicious ends and
would be subjet t to "every prcs.-ure
that desperate fot'eiiMl statesmen call
in vt nt."
"Our experience in the war showed
that foreign governments borrowing
our money on easy terms could v.
and did not exi-ond it with the c. ...;-
Til V lit' tiiivut.k i n .1 i v ! .1 ,t . I n'l-. i 1 ...
1 ... .. , , ,
. iriil'l-lt III n.--l rtll". 1 III' Me
process of inter-go erniiu nial 1 ns Is
"We have a moral and a business
obligation to hilp Europe" he said.
William C. Redi'ield. former st i re
tary of commerce, urged a world wide
trade development, declaring that
America was yet in the fniancy of Tier
export trade. He asserted that the
'tremendous pull of English capital
is operating abroad in tnvor of Eng
s:n: II County Clare town
Giiilfoi!. of PiiKbiirg. Pa .
and a description o ci tidit jin i't
Ireland in September as m . n by
Mrs. Thomas Murt-ln. of New York.
The i ommis-ion al the ctuclui!i of
today's session adjourned its -ar-inBs
until next Wednesday.
Tangney. in bis story of th- Biit
ish military operations. t hat :o l'r
'zei th --black and tans" as "the
worst scum if the tiiiintrv.
"There w re many i h-sl
the black and tans and
Irish Constabulary. f.r n
t V ecu
on thcni .,s below ns.
sipped because then- a
I ti rally re
for me to rii
a policcm iu b'lt I
their hull hei je "
CaddHn ricvotel a lirgf pait of
his recital to a ren upion of Rf-
in ih m'liiary lunacies. IcLii ii sr
that each ban':ck cont.iired can
teen and tliHt -tbr is ibso!urdy
no limit to thn amount wbiYh the
men can buv."