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L W ADON PAI OS _JUY O AL JOURNAL OF FIDIH DISTRICT LVE BOARD OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF MADION PARISH SCHOOL BOARD OFFICIAL JOURNA OF THE VILLAGE OF ALUA
THE, Publisher TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA. SATURDAY, JAN. 22, 1921. NEW SERIES, VOLUME 9, NO. 12.
/ INGETTINS I
ALL WE NEED SAYS E UI GI
QUIZ AT NATCHI- n
FEEL IMPOSED ON of b
jetleons Is the Excessive repo
enerate Bridge Built On 1920
but Not Included In year
La:-At a joint meet- e
tra the r on
jury and Chamber of
to urther peure au Na
at the conduct of theI ball
w ontract In this of t
Highway ]agineer play
contractor, W. S. Boa- on -
irmest and the wholi
.~Mseed out, but lttls
e g as to ading out
te peat bosaes. I
Swas brought s at
rnbOul of Commere
tm 01 part othe a
iltr i the wo hk late
aiell echarge of meal
care tmet, but it mow
e Act Jterne wwe Re
to It. Rose
wa- the appar- ship
at a ameate 1L.1
to the sea- d
as Ia urrsta
r. that th a
'I . rae hI the
ds= r ise
lr egs to come t this
St !aa m se hopses
sat. eOatoeetor p
taeube was beysod ad
net be halae hap
a i s sk r
thata et a dew C.te
-mi nato '
Cei}. a !ee gai
-J· e~ autr
a- 1 r
Natchtoches.-The new anual
eatalog of the Normal School s soas
to be in the hands of the printers.
Natchitoches.-Mrs. Weatherly of
the extension department has returned
to her duties after a visit to New Or.
leans and Kansas City.
Aleradrlia.-The Alexandria Oil and
mUIs Gas Company has resumed operations
on Its well on the Archinard tract,
saven mile strom Alexandria.
Bunkle.-The general business coa
dition remains good with a great deal
ON of building activity going on, both in
residential and eammercial property.
Plaquemine.-The city tax collector
live reports his collections in December,
t On 1920, were better than the previous
d In year by several hundred dollars.
Ruston.-Much interest is being
maniested In the election of the
board of directors of the Ruston
atmber of C to tab 4
an Natchitoches.-The Normal basket
the ball tese has left for a'week's tour
this of the southern part of the state,
near playing its irst game with L. S. U.
Boa- on Saturday.
atte Ruston.- the new concern
out at opened In Rastoa Ib that of the
K. nd K. Auto Paint Shop. The firm
_Iat i mposed of James B. King and R.
P. Im WI
ores X hm
let Baakle.-Notwithstanlng the cotton
'the and ta crop In this secton wor al.
most a total allne and.e t.farmt
latasi ts reeelved a severs betback, 1
7 lukie two banks by their state. coa
f meats issued January 1. ppved to be gds
1 of Very healthy IlaneIl. codtion. as
r- RoseNld.-he Community Church c
way Sunday School, recently organised a nal
Roseland. has ute a ILrse scholar.m I
pa ship, with several teachers. Rev. 0.
ra . -b gk has been ele iad superb.
the oenot; Miss N a ssu , easurer .the
. and Charlie Stest, awse, rt. . Inc
a areseMa.-whle besd a wa ar
e de a hot hekhis asg. me I
. x1re, the ball e adng his left UI
he, near the Wp A eydseen un. Rl
y sted the ball'ad o a J aJr10
ý S slbg i 011.1 ish said, will v s.
e. e.rputs-a adiut the a.idle al iv
Snthis east . This faery, thtcr is a th
ins rmae thseAsh eat (+Y g r m ' rep
stO puany, e eadsu far the .heI asn. It kw
ud t *iou biit N ps. eo
o wlbsss..-l tr isemlal ph has
end mal n=.. = . rsem sismes nn
Sha begn. This o an is thee
n Oh ad' is intended to dissee r sH em.
fg 1ahi eafscss wiems as aft pt ,so nes
os Amur r med rb rqeae ipheque th. 1 i
1n4ean ese.-The meme L wh
. C. Lput en a drive Iast. me& for s
Itdents. 1Th* Seslcaties a ,e $5 t t.bl
a 'a lens stuvuies et Ba ue. Sol
i l eD b e. -At a eaing the the
isemoent Compasg the Is fai
autin of E . Alaser as b
wearcealet ai aamesnd tad ''
Meansr was elseted ueekher ae a
treaiurer, while B. H. Aikander was hao
elecsed to the a t of sessrry. ro a me
toss ýhma est wed.inset with Was. be.
' tu niseniU no vi*sespens. the
he m4iibe hates.i4Lees I. Mesj c
n- Ua eor .theleaIempitheSe
Yi Coauedesoa Vehrents, h1s oef th4.
ama whese term or easp. i as. h -
maYs e Irnioni m te, a the
trh apuales at th ,mgw l
to Aaeg oa seer shM e
** gemps as tImmiede thias whide ba
isrstsa s sas mssgr aesntg.
n -hedteaese loat benih
is s gs aed a t &
S.oo wtr·ir rir·-- u
PSI ·rl)-1 rw~r~S~l~
.IiSlippery Going fIJ~l
-at .I W I u
: ~ WIL
to nrat h
" AIVES TO DEBATE
, AUSTRIA'S PLIGHT
WILL MEET IN VIENNA SOON TO S1
CONSIDER NATIONS DES.
tto PERATE CASE.
10k, Wasington.-The .anal step that
e compelled the Austrian government to at
be give notice to the principal allied and w
I. assoate power that It could not to
rob continue the administration of the ti
i nation after January 15 was the de- as
sand of the government clerks for an
a Increase of one billion crowns a month or
__in salaries. January 15was flxed for th
the expiration of their ultimatum. The so
increase was demanded on account of pe
the depreciation of the Austrian at
S i was learned at the State Depart- at
gsl meet that a eesfreice of represents
left tie a tt balrmer parts of the AWtro. ce
ea; Hgaarlan empire, induding . Cecho- Pi
a Slovakia, Huslary, gad those reaions ln
coded to.arbla and waei wil, be at- bi
tended also by representaties of the at
allied nat , will be held i Vi ea itu
soon. "N United States has been be
invited to sit in, but it was Indicated c
Sthat this duntry probably will not be
repraeseted, as the problem is one In Si
It wlh the Unlted states has no ater-. t
est althmbgh there 's genral appre- p
eusiem ever the situation. The cog- cr
a e armee will coausider the desperate 3e
e ease t Austria and seek to find rem- i,
edis, but in the ametanme it is e. ga
arved the alled goverments will be lai
obliged to tervene Austria * the as
populaion in to be saved Iros starr-w ry
te. Thep'ower took up the "us
W. tin of seek a ea h ~ e two months sta
a Rush rasher the United States, id
id . dsan ' at Vienna, reuresntin N
Sthis. country 'm·amfaly on the Am- we
S trim antssa .othe General 34sra9 - fro
Mi. oSpm mms a, which slin' in Pari, alt
haL nabled tte Sa.te Dpeartimet tat
at 13ar1mmet, tha e te
bi the sesmengt eapaoyes that thWa a
! ti*u n th aise of wages by Jane- tin
enard iii nd the maiister had re140e1 Bb
Sthat th government was usabe to s
msn t t dmemads. Mr. r~asler had a
ell bea tal that Lgthe re to smatisty
the demmd atf the mplotes would Ne
, banr aueial uitu n sand this r
even more.desperate than the ex
euimno at. oot suplies. Ie alsoi
inm sea tonl m tp beut Jauasrry it
a m n Lrut ·g -l be sranted or.
emon aeme a odft s r
a J. htave f~t· oet that 4 Ir .
e ven6t Po PSNbueii ds>. Amo pl
as pttugh, the eneagency, altheogh '
a emiel, slems ge ipnud by E
agtsi e a lsa, npa i h tne
M.o.t.. He.s. ,.u s ,sr $a -
*Iir W Lm. 4~ is ,,w .nt .in
. - i ristt'." .
I P Dai'asreesir ied
e s i ee ,t oa leram n dt
F.. -. o , n _ , . , • ..
-`e, yt n T h is
, - t, tw e e, a et
-r C. am' e S
I p mbqu~tLSS~lj WU h "U "
KFAR OF JAPANESE
HT CAUSES RECRUITING
TO SENATORS DISCLOSE WHY WAR t'
DEPARTMENT DEFIES WISHES a
OF CONGRE88. o
ht Washington.--The Japanese men a
t to ace, Democratic senators declared.
and was responsible for the defiant atti
not tide of the War Department toward
the the will of Congress against continued
de- army recrulting at. this time.
an In opposing and preventing action
ath on Senator New's resolution to limit A
for the size of the army to 175,000 men, ,
Ihe senators disclosed that the War De
t of pertiset has plans for Immediate
lan strengthening o the garrisons in Ha- t
wall, Panama and other important
art- strategic points In the Pacific.
ta- Deager of war with Japan was dis
tro- cussld th reservation by Senator
ho- Phelan t California, who sdusht to
res Impress upon the Senate tbhat would
at- be a great mistake now to re the
the ls of the . ary. . also urged m .
ins Star trat and Inquired what had
sea becoame of the agitation for this prin t
ted ciple of national defense.
be Baseter Fletcher of Florida, told the
in Senate without reservation that ens of
ter- the principal reasons for tie War . De
wae- partmeats seatle in eomttnlag t
O- cruating despite the attitude of a may
ate rlty a Coagmres aganst it rwas the
s- pin to greatly augment thl Pacile
- garrisons. Adoption of the New rew
be lution to suspend ealistments, he
the said, woul make It Impossible to ear
ea ry out these plans
- Senator. Phela, supporting the
the statement, declared that the dofease
of Hawaii "th. key to the Paciac,"
te depended largely upo tha e n wallan
lns National Ouard which, he Insisted,
us- was recruited to a mnslderable entent
as- ftrom "JapaneW of optoabate b
, Jas." pu .e. . a oy
I. Te lsnate i'dta the New rose
khe Judas for two ibr ast the conctusion
md f dwch,. sy ater af 4to ah, it was P
ey - s ae ,sede so make way t, co
n- tased consmelration of the Musle a
ed sksals attrte Will. It is prbeble that s.
to the resolution. may be blought aup i
ad ag.a. -
ir eawhle Senator Wadswasth o
mid New York declared that the army is
us receiving silistmeonts at the rate of
,- 4 e , at-n aggregate cost of 35
e asrya d yi · to, ths overra
It ms. . M
s enator Phelam wwoted to ,l ew - n
what ad bepne o at a erstO milltr gi
* iareMn . "laes It saimered down sat
be re lpp OW to ;ils k man!' be
*' er" . . Aesse. be
-i --Ls, -t ra W. Whear., , .
boo& Seft; was rstyeted bera chanest s.
its a g T77 sOtmenst ;A.s -s
aatte s r ib ahs isen . -the
-l -t.. .W U ', , S e • s pa
b O*Or e sqsea s er eI al
- olt :o es u aib' lthsae ,is bee a
Olegeed b! edleasges of Flon -ib
ai enstqhb, butet is epassitle at . VM
lent 1 a tio s Is bealsa t r in
Jprt worsh, *Tp.--ls.. Anie, Nag
ib e, OOdi d onll l n setles b
to lesAele i. hOm o a r 4 ass
JJAP UNPROVOKED IN
AMERICAN OFFICIAL8 WILL DEL
MAND THOROUGH INVESTI
GATION OF AFFAIR.
WILL BE COURT-MARTIALED
No Reply Is Received Yet in Answer
To Note Sent To Japanese Govern.
ment-Dispatches Have Been
Washington. - Lieut. W. H. Lang
don, American naval officer, who was
shot and killed by a Japanese sentry
at Vladivostok, January 8, was the vic
tim of an unprovoked attack, dis
patches to the State Department and
to the Navy Department agreed.
Both sets of dispatches were based
IG on statements elicited from the ec
cused sentry by the board of investiga
tion and court of inquiry coneueu oy
the Japanese government. The sen.
gR try's statements were described as,an
agreement with the ante-mortem story
of the affair by Lieut. Langdon in that
the sentry was the first to* fire. The
sentry, who previously had maintained
that the American officer nred first,
' also was reported as having told the
court of inquiry that he had discharg
ed his rifle by accident.
rd The dispatches to the Navy Depart
ment, filed by Admiral Glenves, Ca
mander-la-chief fo the Asiatic Beet,
now en route to Vladivostok with an
American naval court of inquiry to
investigate the shooting added that
the Sentry had been recommeaded for
court-martial by the Japanese authori
While the dispatches reported were
more complete than any that had pero
viously resched Washligton, and
or while oftFcs exressed gratifetlon
thai an agreemea had been reached
as to what actually happened, as tend
ency was displayed in official ircles
to relax the determinationm t Investi
gate the matter thoroughly. aa, for
that reason Admiral Oleaves, with his
court f binquiry, will coatiaue na hi
way to the Siberla port. State iDe
partment officials ao eontinued to
await a reply to the noe set the ap
anese goveranment requesting an e
Splanation of the Ieidest sad assw'
hlaes that it would Mst be repeated.
Ae The State Departmeat -ws fSormed
" in its dispatches that Leasl., who
Is dertbed as a "total abstainer," was
S rtmwt to his hip early on the
morlan eo January 8, usng "a fash
light la order to pleb his way along
a ice4ovred street. The entry was
n duty before the headquarters of the
Japanese Uleveath D- o.
w wrm a Candidate.
no vysi, enas. - Mrs. Ana Keys
o` Werley at uff city, SBlln county,
a widow ef the late State Beustr J.
i Parki Wksley, has Med her candida
. ef rI t Seaste i the ecend m din
le tlet. Mrs. Worly wil be opposed by
at 8 . M cNeil .spbllea of Kiaga.
- prt. The seplal elesotlmr wil be held
Two 1 ta qeelsm.
S wr'. N. -r.~lotesa of a ges
a plant that was bing stalled I the.
hS.eds w, maludbrem who bCu rdet
w bAe aese, hared Mrs. Crtids a
Srnw~r yermm sad werme~ tas
A aatl. Ten ,nh . n
,.he the rhus~ ey
Sse aus, pMeag g ag
W ads m g elie- AiebleMd Ge,
the ertish hmnsin r, has eah a
-* hems sa nessme wiha Pue ime
g Ue4 dn rue aseand Caries, a
rIEi s eetore tiy of sreu abbe
- the a bipmet ad r sku a
V sltUespn atewd Sho uses
I is this oastey.
p dgte asrbs D aritmet t e a
Iteeved seve. ge b. mew ave
Admikatt is flsed.
- remes. - Wise adeiade
a. aes ade-dew his seagae
anase cief o the mlerlea
e)vaL brees mIa me ater. md
bsk st ._eee dbea lu e s
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