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*S| EVENING EDITION I BUREAUS MEN DISCUSS SHERMAN ACT Status of Farm Cooperative Marketing Organizations Is Taken Up. "^hlngton. April 12.—The utatus ^or-a-ion'V ro npera ivp v:z llf &:• marketing as- .or.^ions under thf Sherman anti- A: wAfl discussed today at the r,Mrl Farm Bureau Federation f-nrf to.frame a farmer*' Program. Finpnoiai re- p'icli organizations, It asserted.. might\ necessitate clar r. ia *PP\ legislative pp v,"ai! l- i.':.* fr,r Wj! by' speakers to Mttcnfion'of-h« ••SCO.IR-.- OF time of re- agricultural. notes to the !'l roserv" system. ,J *S C-onf erencp named a' commit l-J.2 ,r f. *-'th. th«* .federal reserve partlcula-r.ly. iii.i i?° as. 10. suggested nt of tilP farm *i? -j ?as loan bank rtecided (tiso to ask on jL I1 "arding to name a farmer sicn inlersl ate commerce commis- A resolution w.as adopted declaring diPB^| ierativ tha wp '-'early and .irectlj explain, and assert an eco .11 cy r,! merely designed for 11. sole benefit of tbe farmer but for tne strengthening and upbuilding of out national civilization. ashlngton, April 11—Lower trans* portation charges, economy in taxa tion, equal treatment under anv tariff ?,*' ari u, short timn credit.", are among subjects which representatives of tarnyrs thirty states began dis cu.wnF here today, preliminary to "P.' 1 Program of legislation "lilch will be. asked of congress for relief of the agricultural situation. The executive committee and dele gates from stale associations of the American learnt ttureau federation began a series of conference/? which arc- expected 0 ,continue for ten days arid -which include a meeting wiili Fresidem Harding and his cabinet Wednesday and with the joint agri cultural committees of the senate and house and »thcr members of congress 1' nday nigiil. tn addition to receiving reports Irom their deledHes today* the com mittee was addressed by A. f\ Lever, member of the federal farm loan »nard. and holrl ,1 round tablo discos sion with Uovernor Harding of the federal reserve board. Wallace to Meet With Delegates Secretary of Agrieulture Wallace is cxpecied to meet with the delegates tomorrow tion. to go over the tariff situa- The National Milk Producers as sociation will meet here tomorrow fi Secretary AVallace announced SUPPRESSION OF SMUGGLING NEWS DENOUNCED J..!la fse are "to t.Viina. tho f,:ci. vl'St ,thc smuggling, of opiuin, and morphine had never been made ii spbjee 0 that a committee of livestock men in'hasten the solution and aid effectively' the west were taking up the question [in lifting th? tax burdens if we strike ''f developing a marketing organiza tion on the plan of the Grain Market ing committee of Seventeen, which was raMtied at Chicago last week. This outcome of the Chicago meeting, Mr. Wallace asserted, should be "re ••js?uring" to t.hose who had feared the i'n•-imer were trying "to develop corner" on their, o*| products. BY JAPS public discussion despite in raised from the standpoint ofl tiooal prestige, and morality. CAN BtTV SEOfRmES. -ft -DuIuth, Bhprt-ter.m public utility certificates of Indebtedness. The certMleates ma ture in from one to Ave years and Dl^ar interest at six per cent. '-...-'City Treasurer Ojlant McLean Aaid -.j.'.'S t^8 object of the sale of the securities individuals in sma.ll denominations to give every citizen an oppor jty to invest in the progress of the. y. Sales of the certificates will lie on -April 20. Funds derived ijn the sale. will tie used for the intenance of the public utilities sion. onticello, G,a-—New indictments ire returned against John S. Wil s, his three sons, and Clyde M.an g, negro foreman, charging them murder of 14 negroes. -j Aa one means of effecting econ omy in her efforts to decrease htfik. huge war debt, Great Britain is Junking all obsolete vessels in her navy. At St. Helens, 1 Iple of Wight, this work is being car ried, on. The. doo&ied warships of(all types, many of which saw service in the world war, are dismantled and then cut in pieces to salvage the metAl. HARDING DELIVERS MESSAGE TO THE 67TH CONGRESS (Continued from Page 1) 'mee,0 ^TthTh^naUonal^a^rrS^io^ jthat ^rcadrat'pea^01 the grange American Cotton National Finutee. t^otion associa-1 congress and the lion. National farm congress and the I "The National board of farm organisations, must bj cared for in orderly funding eJare The today! resolutely a? expenditure." etf calling of attention to it by for r^:n«rs the .lapa'nese government mad" up mind abolish the accusation of profiteering some suit- •The newspaper continues: "Lately ment. the' opium and morphine traffic ha/i h^an made the subject of discussion in- the diet but it is regrettable to ob serve that the matter has been con sidered merely from the viewpoint of ticiBl discipline, and no voice has Administration, Enactment of a national budget system and cenerai reductions by ef ficient management of th« cost of government. Business. "TJCES of government In business as well .as more business in governwtent. *•'. tShire. is no fttnUlenge T, 5- .. ., _• .. natural, methods Aiix?' T* u"" I18.*?"? Q'^t 11 1 that. Japan- fi op.1,:ri1 ow 0 waB of "If .Tapan has been kept free from the country's foreign policy. evrts of opium smoking it is large- ,The president's discussion of the 'Ij? becaus* of the terrible lessons peace question opened with a definite '-'~^ht by China and for this reason, I declaration against the existing If'• for no other. Japan should have tajten the lead in saving the Chinese fi$m the thraldom of opium smoking. XMsspt te this fact .Tapan has been con niVinE at, if not'actually cticoura^ring. thWacts of her nationals which have 1 Minn.,, April 12.—Duluth- ?$??!&!&• are now aftle to purchase se ctfrlties of the city direct from the S^eJIy treasurer's office through a re if3.cent ruling of the council. The city offering for sale 1100,000 worth of PACKED TO PLCASB and Serves Its Mission "SALADA" ^TJEA KiieiTiAtii Agriculture. 'Se frequent and strong strictures ut- ish,ible foods cannot be justified. t^yed abroad must be regarded as a' national disgrace greater than the! production has oeen recoraea by the fare f#ug.Tli«g' Itself. Owing^to the repeat- high cost of living has not yielded in "u A Ijong Address. These were the principal subjects touched on in the address which was about, seventy-five Hundred words in length and a. large portion of which devoted to the related subjects peace, the League' of Nations and League of Nations. "In the existihg League of Nations, world governing with its super pow ers," said the president, "this repub lic will have no part. 'Ther* can.be no misinterpretation tehded to bring Jier name into dis-iand there will be no betrayal of the gfTace. For the sake of the na.tionaU deliberate expressions of the Ameri rqbutaiion. it is advisable that the lean people in the recent election and. Rfvernmeot should prohibit the traf-1 settled in our decision for ourselves, fljj in the poison once and for all." it is only fair \to say to th« world in jg general and to our associates in war in particular that the league covenant can have no function by us. 'Manifes.tly the highest purpose of the league of Nations was defeated in linking it with the treaty of peace and making it the enforcing agency of the victors of the war. ». There can be no prosperity for the fundamental purposes sought to be achieved- by any such association so lotUr-as it is an organ or any particu lar treaty, or committed to tho attain ment of the spoeiil aims of any na tion or group of nations «. In rejecting the league covenant and uttering the rejection to our own peo ple. and to the world, we make no surrender of ouf hope and aim for an association to promote peace in which we would most" heartily: Join Wm Keep Pledget. 'In the national referendum (tlfif last election), we pledged our efforts toward such afwociatlen and the pledge will be faithfully Ic«pt. In the rdigh^o^^olic^ind^erformanceTve ED IN MILLIONS OF TEAPOTS DAILY -v m* ... tablisli the state of technical peace harmony with such a movement to-: -n-ithoMt liigher attainments ward peace. Rut we shall not entirely dis- that effect with th~ "rualifirat'inns^ Wo ,r to defend, action would be the simplest keeping Tr 0 ro op era on Thursday represents'frm„ ment. buT meres^prudln^ forbids £f Those" l* th 0,h and gradual liquidation. We shall America 'J BRITISH SCRAP OBSOLETE SHIPS OF NAVY AS ECONOMY MEASURESMi: to honest, and lawful business sue- to make such a. statement of future be hastened and cess. But government approval of '"esp^c.t to European affairs rurhiihat lo e.outinur fortunate, untrammeled business does declaration of a state of peace. In not mean toleration of restraint of correcting the. failure of the executive trade or of maintained prices by un- ln\noKotiating ,rp ions as we are to restore the onward 1 recognize the constituted powers of dtmantlcri and, above, what is left of a. siiibmarmo bcinc crapped. told the American people we meant ion in to seek an early stablishnTenl of lead peace. The .United fSateg alone anions no ofl'eetive the. Allied and associated powers con-j we tinues in a, technical, stale, ol: war (jo-operation against the central powers of Kuropc.' The anamolous condition ought not -!.to he permitted to continue. To e.s- delay. I should approve a declaratory resolution by congress lo sential to protect all our riifhth. Such of faith with ourselves and could in thc,se. powers a eac i,l Ciculty in effecting with just repara tions the restoration for which all Kurope yearns, and upon which the world's economy must, be founded. Neither former,encnyv nor ally can mistake- America's ^position, because our attitude as to responsibility for the war and the necessity fey- just reparations, already has ba.d forma! and very earnest .xoregsion. An I mvise Move.. H,a BIII*. IJ I 1 .„.,,1 "»i.v is rue preservaXon of the S?'SS»7"ti SSSSS? like proportions With-Urate treaties of peace, with the cen out the spirit of hostility or haste in No Assurance Ncceseary. "Neither congress nor the people need my assurance that a. request to negotiate needed treaties of peavo would be. superfluous and unneces sary as it. is technically ineffective, j.nd I know in my own heart there is none who would wish to Embarrass the ex ecutive in the performance of his duty 'when we all are so eager to turn dis appointment ,ancl dolay into gratify- In a is 1 ., ..It. would be upir.ise (o undertake pciirji.t the most imn -K»- in the history of the nation, business it is fair to combine tho senate as would go to the other smuggling in-, assurance and warning in one utter- extreme, equally objectionable ir con-. the I/Omiuri Shimbun saj-si^ce. Sress or the senate should assume the function of the executive.. Our highest duty is the preservafon of JTZ'&rS'. wauW bp irtlf doc are ro )ra| powprs on .op „le assumption these alone would adequate. tioijshiiw. "Tftc wiser course would seem lo be the a:c.eptanc^ of the oonfirmulion of. our rights and interests as already provided and to engage under the ex isting treaty, assuming, or course, that this can be satisfactorily arcom plished by such explicit reservations and modifications as will secure our absolute freedom *,rom inadvisable commitments a.nt safeguard all our essential interests. 4 "The weariness, kl home and the disappointment to the world have been compensated in ihe proof that this republic will surrender none of the heritage of nationality, but our rights in international relationship hsve to be asserted they require es tablishments in compacts of amity our part in readjustment and restora tion cannot be ignored, and must be. defined. LlCAGtE DBJPWITELY BEJEiCTED "With the super governing IfitCue definitely rejocterl ami with the world so informed, and with the status o( peacc pro claimed at home, we may pro ceed to negotiate tho covenanted relationships so essential .to the recognition of rights everywhere of our own nation and play our full part, in joining the peoples of the world in the pursuits of peace onae more Our obligations in effecting European tiiMiquility, because of wars involvements, are not Tess impelling iliari our part in the war itself. This res toration must lie wrought before th« human profession can go.on- Ward ajfain. We can he. helpful hocauso we arc moved, by no hatreds and liabtir no fears. Helpfulness does not mean cn taqglemcni. and purtioipailon iik eoonomic. adjustmoriLs docs not mean sponsorship for tivA|y pofiunitmenut whieh do not ran oftrn us uiid lu wliich wc will have no parL W«ntn Advioe. "Jii 1 uii all-impelling wish to VIo the moat and best fori c-ur o,wn republic and inaintain its high ptuce. among na,tiop's and at the same tifti(% make tho fullest QlTefinga of justice to them, I shall Invite in the most practicai way tho adyjee of tlie senate, bv ac quainting it with nil the comKiiou* to be met and obligations to be ift.i' -.'ij.o&i m- «".iB 11 "•a *i •ii'j/ QRAND FORKS HERALD. TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1921. V* is or'' o8more0,than0thus ,VaTe,,oT all nel-'i'^'' 'Ivhirh cSt4« 10 dif- It nil Ihe co-ordination of'lies powers contemplated in the conntitu-' werr t'on, and no coven,-ints which ignore' our ,'iKKnciaticn:-- in ihe war can be made for the future.- More. help-' ful society of nations can be founded I on jusiice tnd cmnmitled to peace! until 1 he covenants re-establishing peace are ?ejfie, li.v ihe nations which Merc ai r. Tn such accomplish-! inenis 1 the complete re-i es-lablishnieui of p.-ace and itf? con-1 *ho.m we shared our. Imc'ed rel.-jiicnsliip. lo the realization of our aspiraii 1 ois i.or nations, asso ciated for world helpfulness wiihouti world governnient. we shall address: oiirsplvi-s. fully mindful- of the high® privilege and paramount duty of the! United Slates' in this crilimtl period! of tile world." 'I'lic prci-ident reserved his discus-: sioq ol lort'-^n ri-la.ions for ihe'eon-i eluding iite.'uoii of his address. -Vatioruii -vpciuliluivs first. .lie tool up ihe- restriction of nation,al expendilores lo the limits of n.'i iona I income .vlii"li he', said must I be considered in connection with liieasurahly'.ifting the burdens of war 'axatiou. Ii striking resolutely at re ,]i(. S:iiil solution would lie warned congress 1 course of unlimit ed expenditure u-oulr^ mean "inevita ble disaster." Kmnnmy in govern ment, lie. saifl. v. ould find il,-.- reflex in ecnnomj- and li rift. among Die people 1 hemselves. JJiscussing readjurtrnent of taxation. President Mardiug .--aid tli-,1 Ihe coun try did noi expeci anil would not ap prove a shif! ing ol lax burdens, but was miro jutrrrsir-rl j}i "wiplnc- oui Iho noiM».ssii- for iiupofjinn' thorn.1* 'I'ln-J tro\p|*nru'in1. Miiil, WUH roinmitlrij I OXOOSH to ilir ropra! of he profits and to ^huasli ihe "inorjuitirs ami un jusl ifi j.i»Ir o\aspor:i lions'* in tho pros-' join tnx\ s.wiom. 1 Disruspin^ tariff rovisfon. tho pros lo pro- COMING! THT-au^HIl^LY^IF- FEREI/T -PHOTOPLAY THKT MADE EV"E^V K^WS-PARE-R QSUTIO WXL IT "WITH DELIGHT t'ontmnous 2 to 11 WE NTRSB STOP SHOWS §TART H- charged, along with our rights to b«» safeguarded Prudence ja tna^Iin the t»MTfam and confident of cotoperu- Also Surple Riders. Mat—10c and 30o i-iZ Greatest Story "THE NE'ER-DO-WELL" Same Cast as prosper America first. The privileges Of the Ailierjcan market the foreign producer are offered too cheaply to day, and the effect' of much of our own productivity is the destruction of our self reliunce vliich is the founda tion ot the independence and good fortune of our peoples. Imports should p,ay their fair share of our cost of- government." "Agriculture," lh». president said, "was menaced with prices at pre-war normals and being further endanger ed by high cost of transportation from fartcn to market through the in flux of foreign farm products." ITrscs TorUT Revision. While be urgfcd emej-genoy: tariff revision immediately, he spoke of permanent revision later apd y,iid: "The maturer revision of our tariff laws should be based on t)je policy of prot«»etion resisting that'selfishness' which turns to greed, whatever con cerned with that productivity at home which is the sourcc of all abiding good fortune." Deflation, the precedent told opn gret s. might well rece its a.ttenTion because whili? reduced costs in basic production had been recorded, defla tion h,id failed to reacb thfi mark where it. could Tie "proclaimed to., the greats mass of consumers." Congress, .lie said, might help speed price read justments by "suitable inquiry." Takes l'p Railroad QnMtinn. J»iscussing the President liardi be an "avnwell foundntion on which .railroad question. to rehuild" if it could IK* understood that "eongrcs.s Into no sanction for irovcrnment ownership" /tnd' "does not levy taxeH on tile people lo .cover de ficit in a -^service which sijotjld be self-sustaining." Railway .rates and costs of operation, lie said, .must be reduced because freight raich^ had mounted until "commerce j.^ halted and production discouraged." Development of good roads a,nd in land waterways. he president said, were collateral subjects with, the trnnspc^-tation question and besides cndori-iirtr-federal aid to highways he urgc-d congress to formuate a consis tent program. Discussing the merchant marine, the president declared for "a. great" one and told congress th it if present laws gtw-'e advantages to competitors of American merchant marine. "the Spiril of American fair play will as sert itself to give American carriers Iheir eqijality of opportunity. lie added be would report to congress if intelligent and cflteiein administration I undfr existing laws made established! service impossible. The president devoted a portion of making it effective can not Irs address to wireless and cable de l.ir a:-!r:iy. We can render veloptnents, declaring for l" ti\c sei\ici- |o liunianily until.: of private monopolies, tending to pre pi."\e a nev, our own capacity for vent development of needed facili- Especially desirable, he said, ample f.errices "at reasonable rates for the tr^nsmisnioa of press om RPHEUM Vaudzvllla and Picture TOBAT VAUDEVILLE Toots and Pal Comedy Entertainers Casad Irwin and Casad Everyday lifc on the Kailmad HOLLY R«]K "Alfalfa" "The The Picture That Will Live Forever!) SPSCXA& ASDBD ItATVU 'I LAFILLE DU\ COQURLICOT Biqaisite iia^qes "The Rose of Spain" •5:.'.v,vvv':.s?-. £/y. rPn\in Pl OA Comedy Singing. Talking and Dajicing Cal Dean and Girls A Mlnerature Musical Comedy FEAT f"RE riCTTUE" "The Land of Jazz" "The Profiteers" great ilmma of love, intrisuo and retrihution. SXAS4MHG Jack Sherrill Th» Athlete of the Screen CHABI.ES HVTCHZHSOH In "Double Adventure Snnihtne Comedy Continuous a to wp iruvr* nor 2:00. coo 5:45 7:30 '»:1S TODAY AND WEDNESDAY EEX BEACH'S Spoilers" Thrills Beyond Words! •a" 'u :'-y: matter" so •that "the daily press of »H countries well may he putih A po .sUion to coniribute to international understandings' by ih» putflication of interestim foreign Sews." AviatJoti Bureau ftosgeMad. Dealing with aviation, the presi dent declared for 4*e encouragemoqt for military :ind cjvil purposes, rec ommended the, establishment of a bu reau of aeronbutici? in the navy de- I partment. and continuation of the? army air service as "a co-ordinate combatant of the army" to be used 'i 'yh '.V 3 *i' in co-operatson with other agencies: Wnrc afn llr to establish national transcontinental w, airways. In ixyconintending a tr efficient co-or dination of the various, agencies hav ing to do with the welfare and as sistance of soldiers and sailors, the president made no mention of the bo ^us question. He recommended the creation of a department of public •welfare, making it plain ihere was no purpose by the fedral government "to. invade fields which the slates have occupied." In recommending speedy consider* TOedicipe our agencies for defense until there is «'.le n»ed to: defend." .He ins said there would ",13do ""."P^lfie declaration ^s lo the of no. army or tho navy fxoopl to say that .the nav^l program could "carry no. threat after the latest 1 proof of our national unselfishness." The remaining portions of the pros ident's address were devoted to the discussion of foreign affairs. I DT \N or*DI:I AT WTOHJESS. tiondon. March 26.—ffativen' of the Swazi tribe who inhabit the' moun tainous wilds of Afric/i wefrc durn founded recently at wireless telephone experiments, according to a Mareon! official. natives refused to believe it, was posBihle to communicate vocally ver long disiances and were giveii opportunity to listen in on wire-. less conversations. OVP a\i prohibition On hearing, the voices, the tribes-' men, among whom were a number of petty chiefs. hurried away and held an "indaba." Preseiylv a rjrputa-! tion returned and a.sked if there was! I to be a white man's war. "If there is," lie said, "we want to be on the white! man's side." A Inrtog PAGE SEVEN PRAIRIE CT1US6 Velva, N. D-. April the recent snow, falls. were common in this js^et-fon:' bors united In chrckJVig' the fifes'' Fifty-one a N. Y., gave i* the world his famous a Prescription, an li tion of tbc army and navy apprnpria- flie /4ieirea tion bills, the president declared th»+ while the governnient was in accord! with the wish lo eliminate' the bur dep of heavT armament nid v^vis ready to co-'operatc with other gov ernments to approximate disarms iment, it would not "entirely discard! a 1 temperance for nnouncement these trrnihlewome days when the world id Urine (Ut and the nervous tension hat* almost reached th« breaking fnint. Wouldn't wc all like lo go back to the days of our fathers and mothers Just for OUT ime Sake! «—wmm——•—vmmm—^ Wc would a$k the patrona of the motion picture theatres of Grand Forks to aoe "Bunty Pulls tbe Stringg^ There Is no snlflsh motive in this request: merely an argument In favor of deaner and better motion pictures. E N E W A N A N A Bit of Human Tinsel! And the man she lovcdv was content with that! Content with the lore and Slitter thai fed her fame on Broad* wn.v. Anrl her very heart cried out for a love and a life that were wortbv: A&OLPH ZUKOR PRESENT* A. ROBERT Z. LEONARD PRODUCTION GILDED LILY' Vitji MAE MURRAY (t&ammoontffieftm 4 Days Starting Tomorrow ATI N EES—2:.t0 Al-l- KEATS Adults Children iii'iv- iilk t&w& ing ailments of women, and at that time he alsoj placed with the druggists a tonit^ and altera tive which he had successfully prescribed for many years, in his early practice of medicine, for the stomach, liver and blood This he callcd his Golden Medi cal Discovery. Both these medi cines of Dr. Pierce's manufacture met with instant success, and during the past half century have sold in greater quantities than any other proprietary medicinea. Neither of these compounds con tains alcohol and both are herbal exfracts tf native medicinal plauts. For the past fifty years forty-eight, million bottles have been used by the American public, apd they are today the standard tonics for men and women. They are now put up in tablet as weil as liquid form, and sold by every druggist in the land M. C. COOPER, A. J, KAYAJfAGH The Komi of Harmony TODAT, WEBKE8D4T AJtD TIDMBAT Thomas Meighan "FRONTIER of the STARS" Tou Can't Afford To Miss Thl«—(A Paramoimt Picture) rXIBAT AND SATURDAY—ETHEL CUTTOV mm la*•-twnltoJA'': id irll i-'j 1 sssaSBaSas ADl'EkrisnUSkT, x.• 51 YEARS AGO (C 2:15 4:00 9 7:30 9:15 8:15 i-lj •^3 i:H ih, .•Vp*'*. St •ti§ Hi?