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NEW LAMP BUMS
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Goyern W?ATS ELECTRIC OR OA9 ♦♦*♦♦4+**♦♦*♦♦**♦ A NOTfOK A ♦ SAM HA MAI * ♦ HAS OPENED VP THE * A SHOE REPAIRING SHOP 4 ♦ FORMERLY RUN BIT SAM 4 ♦ NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS * ♦ ♦ ♦4*444*4444444444 Niters 1 Nerditts Bank of Aluko NOME, ALASKA Capital • - $100,000 Gold Dust Purchased and Assayed I MEET ME ! at the | | BOARD OF I TRADE $_« THURSDAY (TELEGRAPHIC) MKTHOIUST EPISCOPAL chi'hch §otm STAGES DEMONSTRATION Hot Spring*. Ark., May 10—Dele sate- to the nineteenth faftiifukl K«D«r«l conference of Us Methodiet Episcopal Chnrck South «t*ged a demonstration here la ffapr of for* mar President Wilson* honor. During the course of ike demon stration the delegatee hailed WUmi a:* an •• Apostle of modern democracy I and world peace.’* | According V> church offlciala this domon-iration stands unique ia tke I annals of tke churck. RUSSIAN HVIi¥ fO MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO ALUKS Genoa, May 11—The Russian re pi) to the Allied memorandum was preedited today. Miniate- Tckit chori-; versed the fact tsat the anf .vc r i ad been prepa-ol und« r It mictions from Moscow MiMOLl fcl» CARS TO BE EMPLOYED CHASING BOOTLEGGERS K1 Pa.-c. Tex., May 11—Two ar moured cars are to be brought here irom Washington and will be em ployed to combat bootleggers. GREEKS PROTEST AGAINST URITISH4TALIAN PURPOSES Washington. May 11—American institutions of learning have receiv ed an appeal from the Univer ity of Athens to protest against the Brit ish proposal to finance Italy in her endeavor to replace under Turkish sovereignity all territory extending frcm the Mediterranean to the NEW RIOTS BREAK OUT CHICAGO WEST SIDE Chicago, May 10—Two policemen I were shot and killed when three buildings were dynamited today in new outbreaks of Chicago's labor war. Terror spread thruout the West Side as dynamiters hurled bombs and fired a volley of shots in the vicinity. The violence *is at tributed to resentment of extremists against the wage awards of former Judge K. M. Landis. When mak ing the awards Landis was acting as arbitrator in the dispute between building trades employees- and the contractors. WAR HORRORS REVEALED CHINESE CIVIL WAR Shanghai May 11—Ten thousand inhabitants of the city of Chang Chow, in the Honan province, were slaughtered by troops of Chao Chies in two days fighting before the in surrection against Wu Pei Fu was crushed. Fend Yup Siang. commanding the seventh division of Wu'* array, quelled the uprising and executed Chao Chies because of his cruelty. BASE BA|>L SCORES VARIOUS LEAGUM) San Francisco. May 10—Ameri can League—Chicago seven. New York 8; Detroit 6. Bocton 2; Cleve land 4. Philadelphia 15; Louisville 7. Washington 5. National League—Brooklyn two, Pittsburg S; Boston 1, Cincinnati 4; Philadelphia 9. Chicago 4: New York 6. St. Louis 0. GRIEF BTBKKEN GIRL COMMITS SUICIDE Seuttle. Iter 10—Oriel stricken over the death at ker rtrlkood chum, Mien Hern Belle? who Wen hilled Monde? In e dreverkn cxploelon. Lenore Prfiefe, seed eeeeyleeo. eo» mltted suicide thu ntternoan INDICTED FOR OONSFmACV NATIONAL FEPEWTION LAW Sen Frnneldco, Me? Id—Six men. Including e policemen end an otter- j ne?. were indicted k? tko FtdfM a mod *.r| tod*? >«km»«e were returned ter <*nos|rnc? «® «? inte the Notional PMMWJon Act. j ANtmt^sj^ov^^ Seattle. Me? 11—Oriet itrickfn over the death o( her closest friend Berths Brackett, who ended her life with » pistol shot In the choir loft of the First Baptist Church, April 9th, Bkiasbeth Whitman, six teen year old daughter of the late Rev B. Whitman, committed suicide by taking .strychnine. This is the second Seattle girl In the Isst few days to end her life thru despond ency over the death of a chum ] SERVICE PAY BIUi DEBATE 1AMITED IN TB1E Washington May 11—An agree ment wan reached limiting to five hours the debate in the House on the McKenzie Bill, which provides for readjustment of the pay for the army. navy. Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Geodetic Surveys and public Health personnel. Proponents contend that they will establish pay for officers and enlist ed men. define rank responsibility and length of service. At the same time they offer promising careers tor youngsters who enter lower BARRED FROM MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS CONDEMN KC KM X KliAN San Francisco. .May 11—The na-( tional headquarters of Bnai Brith., the foremost Jewish organization in ; the United States, at a meeting held , in Chicago, condemned the Ku Klux . Kian as being un-American. It is announced here that State; Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus made a statement de- i nouncing the Klan. REFUNDING OF FOREIGN DEBT CONSIDERED SOON Washington. May 11—A report emenates from the White House to t the effect that definite progress in j the negotiation* toward refunding i eleven million dollars of the foreign debt may be expected soon. ; As soon as the Genoa Conference is terminated and foreign economic and financial experts are released from their duties there the matter will receive the consideration due GREEK DESTROYERS TO BLOCKADE TURKISH PORTS , Constantinople May 11—The Greek destroyer flotilla has sailed from Bruza under orders to blockade the Turkish Black Sea p- rte. TORNADO STRIKES NEBRASKA TOWN KILLS FIVE Lexington. Neb., May 11—A tor nado struck half A mile east of thsi place last' night killing five and in juring twenty other persons. PRJttftEDKNT HARDING TAKING VP ROHiklOI RIDING Wgaklngton. Hay II—President Harding win take ap horacback rid ing MI| Ullnl; than berttolora Harding Inda It necraaary la obtain man opon air cmmIm and kia da termination to Jrecpme more actire kaa eapaod tba WUV* Hogae alda to get into trim to accompany the Praaldggt FRIDAY (TKLClMlkPMC) agbhkwrpy mad* to protect amHRicaNh body land. London 11—Central News Mty« thgt *n agreement has been reached between the Rrilishas M«t detorjr over Palestine and thf Un ited States in frhich it is provided ihnt A:n«ruvB« far the Hdly Land have the same rights end proi .<• > u s« other natlrr.ai members of the League of ns lions. CHANG’S TROOPS SURRENDER GIVEN A88MTAN€S AND TRANSPORTATION Tientsin, May 11—As far as Tien tsin is concerned the Chinese war is over. The Second division, last organised body of Chang troops, surrendered and have been given clothing, $5.00 each, allowed to re tain their hoises and are promised transportation home. EXPECT TO SMASH COAL STRIKE BY JULY 1st New York May 11—According to an announcement made hv J. L. Morrow, vice president of the Na tional Coal Association, coal opera tors predict that the bituminous coal strike will be smashed-before PKKAfHER WANTS POLITICAL ACTIVITIES MOVIES INVESTIGATED Washington. May 11—Reverend S. P Todd has urged before a com mute*' that the Senate resolution, providing for an investigation into the alleged political activities of the movies be passed. Todd declared that the Movie in dustry is the third largest industry in the United States and is becom ing perniciously active. CONSIDERING GAINS ENGLAND GETS OFF CHEAP London. May 12—It is announced in Parliamentary papers that the cost to Great Britain of the Paris Peace Conference amounts to three million dollars. SEATTLEITE APPOINTED FISH COMMISSIONER Washington. May 12th—Henry O’Malley of Seattle, has been ap pointed Commissioner of Fisheries to succeed Dr. Smith resigned. POLICE RAID IABOK HEADQUARTERS AND ARREST LEADERS Chicago. May 11—Police yester day raided the Building Trades Labor headquarters and arrested three of Chicago’s biggest labor leaders. Big Tim Murphy. Fred Ma der, and Cornelius Shea. These leaders were arrested in connection with the bombing and shooting which resulted in the death of two poitcewen early this week. FAMOUS MOVIE ACTRESS • SEEKS DIVORCE FROM TOUttSR HUSBAND Los Angeles, May 11—Conitiace TUICUre has filed suit for divorce agMhat John 3. Tlaloglou. Tlalo glou Is a native Turk fcftd a subject of Greeoe now engaged In the man ufaeture of clgafettes in New York. CHINES* REVOLUTIONIST DISMISSED FROM GOV ERmUt^T HStlVtCB Peking Mar It—Chang Teo Lin was dismissed from farther partici pation as g government official. This dl^fMtl included his re moval V the Go vert or of Manchu ria and was ordered by President Psu Shin Cbapg. CHINESE POLITICAL REFUGEES RN ROUTE tO tORYO Tokyo. May If—It Is reported that former Chinese premier Liang Shis Yl and his minister of Finance and Communications has reached Mojiaree. enroute here. IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION BILL SIGNED BY PRESIDENT Washington. May 12—President, Harding yesterday signed the bill j extending for two years the three j per cent Immigration Act. Harding I also today nominated Governor of South Carolina. Robert A. Cooper, to fill the vacancy on the Federal Farm Loan Board. NATIONAL DISGRACE DAY OBSERVED AS PROTEST AGAINST JAPS: Amokd. May 12—Chang National Disgrace Day Is now observed as i mark of protest against the known twenty one demands of the Japan ese. made in China in 1915. LAROR1TES BEING HELD IN CONNECTION MURIIRR POLICEMEN j Chicago. May 12—President Ma-1 der of the Chicago Building Trades | Council and fifteen other labor j leaders are being held by the au thorities, after being caugbt in raids] on union headquarters. A general! round up of union headquarters was inaugurated by the police as a re sult of the disturbances in which j two policemen were killed. L'HAXG TSO LIN OBJECTS TO OFFICIAL REMOVAL Peking, May 12—It is quite ap parent that it will take more than a Presidential Mandate to remove Chang Tso Lin from the Governor ship of his tree Manchurian Provin Chang Tso Lin is continuing his withdrawal of the defeated forces to Mukden. A defensive lhie has been thrown up before Paipng. on the Mukdert-Pekjing Railroad.^ and from all indications Chang will take a stand against his successful rival, IVu Pel Fu. IRISH PEACE C OMMITTEE FAILS TO FIND GROUNDS FOR SETTLEMENT iMtiiln. MtjT ¥8—It was officially announced yesterday that the Peace Committee of Dael Eireen. which lias been making efforts to find <ome ground upon which the fac tions in Ireland could unite, has failed in its mission. No basis has lieen reached for settlement of the iqnflicting interests. FEDBRATHU UfUIKI HUM TUT OF I9IW AWillWT UW Following to tkt fill tat of tbw »ev anneal MMMmint work kw, pasted recently by the prompt Con ^ (Publio—No. 04—07Ui Cot0t«M) . (H. R. dSIS.) An Act changing the period for do ing annual assemmept work on un jMtented mineral claims from the calendar year to the Steal year be ginning July 1 each year. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That sections 2 of “An Act to amend sections 2224 and 232E of the Revised Statutes of the United 8tates concerning mineral lands," ap proved January 22., 1880. be, and the - same is hereby, amended to read as follows: SEC. 2 That section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States be amended by adding the following words ‘Provided, That the period within which the work required be done annually on all unpatented min eral claims located since May 10. 1872. including such claims in the Territory of Alaska, shall commence at 12 o’clock meridian on the 1st day of July succeeding the date of . location of such claim: Provided further. That on all such valid, exist ing claims the annual period ending December 31. 1921. shall continue to 12 o’clock meridian July 1. 1922,." Approved, August 24. 1921. lHNDRKD TO OXB SHOT. * Did you ever play that game ♦ where both sides win? 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