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SEPTEMBER 24, 1935

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Peace Hopes Fade At Geneva
Ital R m"d Mn Tedeffect automatically last midnight
es e Up when the Appalachian wage contract
- extended five times -expired.
Ready To Quit In 26 St ates Both sides were repored to be in
an unyielding mood when they met
League Sthis afternoon, but Edward F. Mc-
By Coal Strike Grady, assistant secretary of Labor,
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11 Duce Offers Counter
Plan Demanding Slice
Of Ethiopia
GENEVA, Sept. 23-W)-The Italo-
Ethiopian crisis hurtled toward a cli-
max tonight in an atmosphere of
deepening pessimism -shot through
with rumors of an imminent Italian
break with the League of Nations.
Benito Mussolini's delegates still
were in Geneva, but their spokesman,
asked -if they would remain if the
League Council decides to deal with
the quarrel under Article 15 of the
League covenant, replied:
"I cannot answer that question
now."
The s p o k e s m a n characterized
Italy's counter-proposals to the
League committee'snrejected peace
plan as definite and official, and
the considered ;opinion of Il Duce's
government.
Wants Slice Of Ethiopia

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23.-(P)-
The paralyzing touch of a soft coal
strike was felt tonight in the bitum-
inous fields of 26 states as union
spokesmen and operators struggled
wearily and without immediate suc-
cess for a solution.
A battle over wages was the dead-
locking issue. Hours of negotiating,
however, narrowed the differene be-
tween the two sides to 11/2 cents a
ton on the proposed contract pay for
miners on the amount of coal they dig
and load.
The strike, claimed by the United
Mine Workers, to affect 400,000, took
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said ne tnougnt thatmere were
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McGrady called upon members of
the full Appalachian joint wage con-
ference to remain in Washington.

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These counter-proposals, reported
to include demands for a belt of
Ethiopian territory connecting Italy's Fir
African colonies of Eritrea and So-
maliland, total disarmament of Ethi- Epis
opia and the placing of that nation's
armed forces under Italian control, State a
were characterized in British sources Ministers
as removing all hope of conciliation and
- if official. Music:
The strip of territory which Mus-
solini wants would curve through 10:45 Mo
the western half of Ethiopia west of
Addis Ababa, cutting off the nation "WH
from the British Sudan and including
the Lake Tsana region in which Brit-I
ain is vitally interested.
The British announced they were 6:00 We,
"very unwilling' to accept anything al Serv
so definitely unsatisfactory" as an Cor. E.
official reply from Italy. ThereN
But it was reported in Rome that freshmE
Mussolini and Sir Eric Drummond,
the British ambassador, talked for al- _
most an hour tonight, and informed
Italian and British observers were
quick to suggest the possibility of di-
rect negotiations between the two na-
tions to settle the Ethiopian problem,
at least in so far as it affects Europe.
Brings Message 0
Sir Eric, it was learned, presented
Il Duce with a personal message
from Sir Samuel Hoare, the British
foreign secretary.
Italian opinion, as expressed by the L
press, has been turning away from
the League of Nations as a means of
solving the Ethiopian question, and
many informed observers now believe
Italy would prefer to have the whole
matter withdrawn from the League
and settled directly with Great Brit-
ain.
This would involve the probability
of France entering into the nego-
tiations, they asserted.
In Geneva, Anthony Eden, of Great
Britain, and Premier Pierre Laval of
France, conferred earnestly. The
committee of Five, after officially pub-
lishing its plan for peace, prepared
to meet again tomorrow before finally
reporting to the League Council that
it has been rejected by Italy and ac-
cepted by Ethiopia.
Meanwhile, in London, Great Brit-
ain cleared the conference table to-
night for a full dress meeting of her
cabinet, and some thought the Em-
pire might be on the brink of new
and important military thrusts in the
area troubled by Italy's row with
,Ethiopia. 6
Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin
twice summoned Cabinet leaders and
members of the Imperial Defense
Council to Downing Street. Other
ministers confered. in London for to-
morrow's full cabinet meeting.

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