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WE+D I-:11DAY, . MTARCHI 11, 192

THE MICHIGAN

DATLY

Parr SE'VI"N

AT3P.. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

WA T Z 4SPACE OAiLV

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HAVE YOiU BOUGHT,
SOLD OR M/1OVF'D
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MR.~~ I1 ( i.,i '~e y~
C. I-OUTS ANDRE W;3
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!James Comments On Coolidge 't
Award In Chile-PHeru Dispute
F'rosident Co(,idge's arhitral dlecis- handed dowvn by the President because
ion in the long stanini~ifg controversy his plan for settling the dispute is
betwv~een Chive and -'ci u over the pos- practically the same p~lan which Peru,
session of acna-Arica, which is to-' and Chile agreed upon in 1884 to
c ,edt on the west coast of South ,em- settle the ownership of the land in
o'rica andl( is used by the Chilians as a question. ,flowever, at the time the
fortification against invasion of theirI tw'o countries could not carry out
valuable nitrate fields, is practicallyl their plan because a dispute arose as
a concession of the disputed territory l to who should have the right. to vote
to Chile. in the on)in ion of Prof. Pres-! in the p~lebiscite. Since President
ton E. Jaynes, of the. geography de- Coolidge rendered the decision that
partment. While making a tour of! the disputed territory should determ-'.
South America in 1921, Professor, ine its own nationality by a pleb~is-
James visitedI the territory in 1.I cite, Professor Jamnes believes that in
M~ute and studliedl the economic and all probability the election will be;
social conditions as well as acquaint- j onducted under the auspices of the
ing himself with the history of thej United States. The territory will un-
loxnd in dispute. doubtedly go to Chile for it has been :
SThe professor statedl yesterday that Chilianize ..
ite1 -isminonovelty in the dlecision "Thei awardl of Tarata to Peru by

the President is of no- real signific-
ance," stated Professor James, "Tar-'
ata is but a small area in the north-*
ci n nai t of the inrovince of Tacna-Ari-
en adljoining Pere.
"The long controversy- which is ex-
pecte'd to 1,e settled l)y the op~inioni
1'.anded (down by President. Coolidge
(dite~ back: to the middle of the loth
("ilmi y. and at various tin es Bolivia
has entered into the (lismute with Peru
rind Chile. The United States had long-
viewed the struggle with conedn and,
in the year 1922 Sec. Charles E.
Hughes asked the Peruvian and Chil-
ian governments to senid representa-
tives to a. meeting where an attemp~t
would be made to settle the wrangle.
M'r. Hughes was successful in his
plans and the final outcdmne of the
metn a nareetbtenthe two South American countries to

his final decision, which he submitted
to the ambassadors of both countries
"The territory of Tacna-Arica is of
no gtreat agricultural or commewrciail
Iipoi Lance, and is as, other territory
along the coast in that vicinity, a
c'.lilpletely di y and desert region.
There is no nitrate in this territory,
but it forms a military base for the
protection of the Chilian nitrate fieldsg.
Chile wants to keep this territory for
n'ilitaiy ?purposes, Perui wants it for
purely sentimental reasons, and Bol-
ivia would like to acquire it because
is wouldI provide them an outlet to
the sea. It is probable that should
Chile acquire tthe territory by tha
contemrplated blebiscite it will turn
ever a portion of the land to Bolivia
for agn outlet to the 'sea, since the two
countries made a gentleman's agree-

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submit the matter to the decision of 'ment to that effect some time ago,
thbe President of the United States.
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ployed expert men to help him. render today.

Our moderate pri

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422 E. Liberty. Phone 1630
Card tables--high grade substanilI
mahogany finish-green lea theretter
'op-$2 .85.
Rridge lamps,, wrough:t iron, comzx-
plete with decorated shade---$3.45.
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This a(litiortai roundt will be contest-
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