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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1925

THE-'MICHIGA," DAILY

PAGEI THREE

SHIPPING BOARO'S
POWERS EXTENDED

"Radicals" Shzow Wrath Over Saklatvala Ban

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Pg l 'Y TWoodward atl liot Glendale 97 2
Tn The onste leCompany,
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BEST PRWVES
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Pazlmer Retiiinii as Read of.
T.orijoration But Is Shorn
of Control

Fleet

ACTION IS SURPRISE
(13y Associated Preis}
"Washington, Oct. 2.-The Shipping
Board resumed, full and, exclusivex
y control over the Fleet Corporation
today after, a period- of two years dur-1
lug which, at the request, of Presi-
(lent Coolidge, it had delegated broad
admini strative powers to the operat-
lng agency. It refrained, however,
from asking for the resignation of'
'resident Leigh;i C. Palmer of the cor-
poration,, and some of the. commis-
sioners 'opposed,; to his administration.
inidicated- that qo step in this direc-
tion would be taken for some time,
at least'.
The miove was denied. as having, any
connection with, the appointment by I
;he Yregident of H. G. Dalton ,ofl
bJeveland, to inquire into the entirel
shipping, controversy and report to
Iiim, but word off the acttion. waa re-
c.i'ved with evident surprise at the
White House and in, Fleet. Corpora-
tion circles. No comment was made,
ho~wever, on behalf, of Mr:. Coolidge,
and Mr. Palmer said he had not been
officially, notified by the board and,
wVould not comment at this time.
~Mr. Palmer was shorn of his broad
powers by a vote of 4 to 0,, Chairman
'LV. O'Connor being, present, but#
(fraining from voting, while. the fourj
all of whom have expressed dissatis-
faction with Mr. Palmer's administra-
tzon, were Commissioners W. S.; Ben-
sonm, Burt. E. Haney, E. C. Plummer'-
abid Frederick L. Thompson.
' It is their intention to have set up1
the committees which formerly func-
tioned under the board and, through.

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Pre'sid'ent of Illinois Central Sees No
conliteeween Avater
and hll
RATE DECREASE SEEN
Chicago, Oct. 2.-The attitude of
business of the Chicago region to-
ward, the Government's present andl
future marchant m~arine policy was
sounded, yesterday by C. W. Lonsdale,!
Kansas City grain. dealer, chairman
of. a special investigating committee
appointed, by the United States Chain-
ber of Commerce to hold hearings and
return recommendations.
Mfeetings have been held along both l
coasts. The Great Lakes region uli-
timately will see. great fleets of 104,0001
to 15,000-ton, ships, said H. C. Gard- I
ner, of Chicago, chairman of the
Great Lakes and Tidewater Associa-
tion.
Charles H. Markham, president of
the Ilinois Central Railroad, said no
real competition between water and
rail exists, because where shipment
by water is possible the water car-
riers make low rates and take all the
business.
In that connection' the discussion
turned, to relief for the railroads by
the Interstate Commerce. Commission
authorizing trans-continental rail
rates that would permit competition i
With the water carriers, without, at
the same time, lowering in propor-
tion the rates to intermediate points.
not reached by water.5
G AR RIC I( Yves. 50c to $15
r 191tTtie-22ud 13g Week
{ ~ANNE NICHOLS3'
AV l'SIRISH fROSE I
k' SEEIT? YonWill,,EVenutually!
I t WHY NOT NOW?

YOURS for the ASKING

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Pra clica!

oan a Real Newspaper
Second Semester Freshmen and
Sophomores with a glade "C"

average or better are eligible
try out for the business side
"The Daily."

Read the Want Ads' Read the War." Ads

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"Radical" organizations are 'staging "a series
practice. of the ,state department in barring foreign,
fparliament, from this country. Photo shows some o:

>of demonstrations in large cities. as a protest against the
radicals. like. S. Saklatvala., Commnunist member of Blritish
of the placards carriedin a protest .parade. in New York City.

Call at the Daily

Office

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which operations, ,sales. and other3
functions of the corporation were di-
rected, with Mr. Palmer as a subordi-
nate subject to every detailed order
of the board._
London, Oct. 2.- To. win back the.
ground British trade- lost in South
America during the war, a new busi-
ness organization. has been formed by
a' number, of prominent business menJ
under the' title of the Anglo-South!
American association.

Read The Daily "Classified" C olumn is.
We Have
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week and we will gladly demon-
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POSITIVELY LAST TIMES TONIGHTfe h aeaddne

In hand work is our proven motto.

We pay special atten-
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STAITL'NG I' ODAY
A 19.25Ter-ion of Buiwer Lytton's Famous Play
I'IIE LAD)Y OF LYONS'
WALLACE BE!I-ZI anl' RAYIOND HATTON
In Two of the Funnie:t_ Roles Ever Devised

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S HE thought she had mar-
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man, but he was only masquer-
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Dazzling beauty and gor-
geous thrills; rapid action and
z sure-fire comedy.
Brilliantly acted by a cast
of well-known players.

rwith
Ricardo- Cortez
Greta Nissen
Wallace Beery
Raymond Hutton

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USUAL ADDlED FEATURES

FOX
NEWS

WILL BOGERS
"A TRUTHFUL LIAR" .

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ORCHESTRA.
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"ALABA MALAND
Presenting a Comlpany of Talented Singers anrd Dancers
I ntroducinm
Songs anid Scenes of the Southland
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