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April 1, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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April 1, 1921

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ill I ;==~,"~ n L I I mill ii i illl ii RUSSIA IS DEi iE[t AMERICAN TRADEI Big Changes In Economic Sys- tem Prerequisite to i-'~,-. newing Relations. Washington, D. C.---The American government iloti~ed "Lh~! :,0; iu! t~H[L~- critics in Russin that resump!,.on of trade between Russia and 1he United States could MOt be eonsid(u'('d llllii[ fundamental changes had imen made in the ecormmie system m]derlying )he soviet regime. Safety of htlman iife, guaranty i)f property rights, free labor lid o|) servanee of the sanctily ot con~rttCI'< were among lhe Feqnil'ei)lellis ]ai() down in a note by Se(!reLary [tuV{lts as essential if trade relations are to be renewed. Tile communiealion added t hill "'('OH vincing evidence of the eOll~i~l~lHIDiiOil of such changes" must be furniM~ed be fore this go{~ernment (tared ~ven to dismms the sllbject. The )1o1~ ~as ill reply to tile appeal fete)lily addressed by tile soviet re- gime in President liar(ling and con gross agking (hat trade r,~lati(ms tm- tween the Unih,d Slates and lO.isMa h~ flustered unit l)rol)o:-;in~, in send a d,~Icgation to the, I:nited Sh, te.~ U) negotiate. Unlike previous oft'trial pronounce- ntolltS of th~ %meriean government's attitude toward the soviet regime, Sec- retary Hughes" note deall solely with file economic u.speets of the problem, and llladle no all(apt Io discuss tile political shorleonlings of the pnrocog- nized bolshevist go~(wniilent. James Davis To Direct Railroads. Washington. -- James C. l)avis of Iowa, al present general counsel of the railroad administration, was mimed by Pr( st(hat l:]ardillg as director ~4eneral railroads. The president has up-] ()[ pointed forlner Vie( President Thomas l R. Marshall and former Senatoz ! Nathan Scott o[ ~Vest; Virginia to the Lincoln ),[emorial conlnlissioll. I iIII I|llllll|lllgIIillllll IJilll ill I I I Ill !1 ~ I llil l llil!ti'~'m~i~ItI Ill |Jllilillallil i liI lillIli i|ill l i [I !|ll i|ill l)Ili J [llllil I SECEETARY FALL ~] U :i: ":" $10,OOO.OO Worth of -:. :. at Home We have inaugurated the WET WASH system m our laundry, making it possible for those who wish to do their own starching and ironing to have theh' washing done at a minimum cost. We will call for your family wash and deliver it again to your home, doing the work at a minimum cost of 75 cents for 20 pounds. Twenty pounds will cover the average family wash, so you are getting your week's washing done for 75 cents. Call us over the phone or call at the laundry and we will explain the plan to you, or, better yet, try the plan out hy having us do your washing next week. Palouse ~team Laundry Telephone 02 ,'Krispie Krust" Is G o od Bread "It's' bigger and better" PALOU~E BAIERY Phone $7 i [ ill / I ( i I I i [ * BRIEF GENERAL NEWS (,~ Difficulty is being encountered by e$ the war department in getting ex-serv- ~; Ice men to take victory medals, eee James Cardinal Gibbons, archbishop of Balthnore and senior prelate of 66 the Catholic church in the United States, died at his home in Baltimore. President Harding telegraphed to ~ the New York Anteriean committee for O:O relief in Ireland his indorsement of the O~O campaign to raise more than $10,000.- eee 4 000. Oregon's road-building program for the present year, altl~ough not yet :!: definitely on(lined by the state high- way commission, will enl~il exI)endi- lures aggregating at least $12,000,000. Unattended and without the knowl- edge of the public, Eugene V. Debs. imprisoned so'ialist leader, came to Washington from Atlauta penitentiary and for three hours discussed his case with A~torney-General Daugherty. One hundred and forty-[our indict- ments naming eighteei~ men were're- turned by the Cook county grand jury as a result of.the second investigatien into the alleged throwing of the 1919 world series to Cincinnati by Chicago White Sex players. Plans for a giant corporation to develop the canning industry of \Vash- ington and Oregon wi*h a capital of e~.$ at least $1(L000.000 were considered by a. group of Portland, Seattle aud Tacoma capitalists and business men a~ a meeting held in Seattle. Million In Bonus Money Distributed. Olympia, Wash.--Over $],000,000 in bonus money has been paid 423g ex. service men during the ten days since the money has been available, accord- ing to figures given out by State Auditor C. W. Clausen. Parachute Leaper Drops 24,400 Feet, Champaign, Ill.--A new world's rec. ord for the parachute leap was (stab, lished when Lieutenant A. G. Ftamil. ton dropped 24,400 feet~four and three-fifths miles.--from an airplane a! Chanu~e field. Oregon Town Has Woman Mayor. Burns, Or.--M{s. James Lampshir% the first woman mayor of Burns, ha~ been sworn in and has assumed the duties of her office. The season's most popular fabric. :i: A new collection of dress silks are ,:o on display. Yard wide taffetas :!: and messalines in good shades, in- :i: cluding the much used brown and !I! blue. Woven of all silk yarns and :i: are fast in color. Good weight, ;~! firm weave, lustrous finish. :F ,fo il New pongees, white, natural, em- iii !~ broidered~and bright colors. Rich ;!; ;" texture, serviceable and washable. *:*