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UNION LAB6R WILL CELEBRATE MAY
DEMONSTRATIONS TO BE HELD IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLO
LABORING PEOPLE OF
GREATER NEW YORK
Monster Mass Meeting and Parade Will
Be Held. To Demand Immediate Re
lease of Tom Mooney and Warren K.
Billings. Mass Meeting in Butte
Tonm, rely.H.\. Ile fiv..I ofl May\. mlillionls ,o1 wor, r wv.l'. ill haea\.
I ,eii* ll.. 0. e' llll4oIymiel m l a.ll .- ill Ihulg , IImIai II lO([ing'
Io r'(lebrlel.l intlernau lio al! lab rilm).' h
fIx l i ll i, o ex, lice l : 11h, I\\'l l i,:,r . S.. bliers' mIll S;li
\V. A. e it 'll ' I \ . May Ila ' ,.. ii iiie ild, e' iiiiei u lll
li.~ !i.li lin l , m laion . ha been'i secuiira'l ain l w\ill dl.liv'er llhe lri'in
.'ipl othl~ ~i("sn, i ,'Lo l slo. k rsil~oi'g iii tll h lelii \\. ]F. lillil
T h'lis .%'!.,ii 1'. Ll" !"[ tlake.. onl Jil iinhlesl ..imlill.a iiu.e T heir
war is over alnt the workers of all
countries are onece more thinking of
their own problems; in Europe. the
workers have, in many countries,
i taken up the reins of government
and are bringing order out of the
chmuos that the war has brought.
In the I:nited States, thousands of
lllmembers of the working class are in
prison, ilmprisoned beca use of their
:nali:.ilies on behalf of the workers.
labor's bravest and best are denietl
1(he right of meeting with their
brotlhs rs tomorrow.
The thousands of meetings held
tomorrow will snund the same note,,
lreedomn for labor's spokesmen. The
spleaikers will voice the age-old its
piration of the working class, free
doin froln exploitation, freedom fromi
The spirit of labor, the spirit that
stands for international brotherhood.
will find expression tomorrow. That
spirit will be voiced by millions upon
mlillions of workers assembled ini
' very city and hamlet of the civilized
The meeting to be held tomorrow
in Butte is but one of these, but the
\lice's of Butt e's workers will lie
heard in the mighty chorus that will
iilake tryants trenmble.
(Special United Press Wire.)
New York, April 30.--Union la
bor of greater New York have their
plans laid to stage a monster cele
bration May 1. The immediate re
lease of Tonm Mooney and Warren Is.
lillings will be demanded and a gen
,r'l strike on their behalf will be
valb i for if they remain in prison
afler July 4.
Ron:,ter mass meetings will be
held. A parade in which over 100,
0ii0 organized workers will partici
pali will strt from a score of
union headquarters throughout Next
York and Brooklyn and terminate at
:Madison Square garden where the
big mass meeting will be held.
l'r1ominent People Will Speak.
A number of prominent people wili
address the gathering, among whom
will be the following:
DIudley Field Malone and Dr. J. L.
Nagus of New York, N: G. Tallentire
of Denver, Israel Weinberg and Rena
Mlooney, wife of Tom Mooney, and
wvitih Weinberg a defendant in the
franoiup cases. J. Hannah, chair
man of the Central l, ederatlon union,
The authorities b'ave given per
l.a-SiOol for overflow street meeting'
w, the benefit of the thousands who
will be unable to igain admittance to
the meeting in Madison j tuare gard
ens. The general Mooney conmmit
m1e. recently appointed b} the t.,.n
iral Federation union, has charge, of
Paris, April 30--The committee of
the General Federation of Labor has
decided on arrangenrents for a mani
(Continued on Page Three.)
GUlNMAN GETS W1HAT
WAS COMING TO HIM
Beckley, W\. Va., April 30.-Sam
(rows, a Baldwin-Feltz gun man, has
been convicted of murder in the first
degree and sentenced to life impris
onment. Crews was a "guard" em
ployed by the Raleigh Coal company.
Ile sneaked behind Thomas Baldwin,
a miner employed by the company,
and struck him on the head with a
black-jack. Baldwin died in a few
Crews escaped and was later lo
cated in Oklahoma by officers of the
United Miner Workers' union.
The testimony of Crews at the trial
supported the claim of unionists in
this state that the Baldwin-Feltz out
lit is not an agency to detect crime
Superhuman Efforts Re
quired to Raise the Full
Amount By Tonight. Over
Half Asked Still Needed.
With less than one-third of the
rquota of $3,000,000 subscribed for
the Victory loan up to last. night,
workers today bent every energy to
ward bringing the subscriptions for
today--the last of the three-day;
camplaign---up to tile enorimous total
of $2,000,000. The grand total of
subscriptions reported up to last
night by the workers reached only
$442,161, not including the expect
ed heavy subscrilptions from the laig
er corporations and the banks, when
close to $2,000,000 was expected iin
\With the addition of subscriptions
made directly through the banks
during the last two (lay's loan, camt
paign officials believed the totals for
the tvo days would reach approxi
mately $1,0001,000 only 50 per cent
of what had been asked.
In statements issued by the canm
paign officials today, it was declared
that the co-operation of every maun,
woman and child in the city was nec
essary during the closing hours of
the campaign if Butte is to make
good on its record of never falling
down on a request for funds for pa
triotic purposes. "TPhe spirit of over
confidence of which the country was
warned by Secretary Glass has mnade
its appearance in Butte," said Frank
Bigelow of tihe executive committee.
This spirit must be stopped if the
loan campaign here is to be a suc
The campaign will close tonight
with rousing nmeetings on downtlown
corners, at which every citizen who
has not already subscribed will be
asked to do so. and all those who al
ready have subscribed will be asketi
to subscribe again. T'he Elks will
stage their minstrel show at Broad
way and Alain street and promlise
some unusually unique features for
tonight's entertainment, while the
interesting choruses that have been
Continued on Page Three,
and arrest criminals. It was shown
that while the agency had in its pos
session Crews' photo ind an offer ofi
a $500 reward lor his arrest, made
by state officials, that it sent him out
of the state to do work for it.
One of Crews' itlnesses was a
"gtuard" named t Wickline. whio i'
serving a life sentence at Moundsville
for murdering a mach.Cinst whom he
shot eight times. Wickline swore
that at the time of the murdthr
charged against Crews he was in the
engineer's room across the street. HeI
was asked how Crews could do guard
duty and be in the engineer's room
all night. He replied that the guards
'""w're getting easy imoley."
--AIND THEY WOINDER WHAT MAKES ANARCHISTS"
STRIKE OF EIGHT OPERATORS GROWS
SPECIAL COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE
EXISTS IN SIBERIA
(Special United Press Wire.)
Tokio, April 30.--A thorough
understanding exists between the
Japanese and American forces in
Siberia, according to high offi
cials of the war ministry. It is
said they are co-operating per
fectly. Their only misunderstand
ing is due to the differences in
language and customs.
RESULT OF BIG FIRE
(Special United Press Wire. I
Tokio, April 3.- Nineteen Ihoou
sand Japanese are homeless ats tIell
result of a fire which sweep Yoko-l
hama yesterday. More than 2,0,M e
houses were totally destroyed, thou
sands of others were badly damnagel.
Sixty casualties are reported. -A re
lief fund is growing rapidly.
EARTHQUIAKE IS RECORDEI).
(Special United Press Wire.)
Cleveland, April 30.-A long and
violent earthquake shock was record
ed on the seismograph at St. Ignatius
college here early today. It occurred
some place in South America, it is
MORE TROOPS ARRIVE.
(Special United Press Wire.)
New York, April 30.-The trans
ports Louisville and Regina d'ltalia
arrived in port today. Aboard the
L ouisville was the Second battalion,
less Company H, of 162nd infantry,
(formerly Third Oregon).
Miners From Outside Towns
Joining Strikers. Miners
Hiss Troops. One Man Is
Wounded in Clash.
(tpeciatl Ini!ted Press W ire.)
Lintton. Ind.. April 30.---Troops
are beinlg he(ld ill .lrlers here pend
ing the atrival of t1I' (coltnlission a)
p)ointled by (Governl Goodrich to in
vestigate the !lIab troubles, which
have causeod the iwi1 to be placed
under inrtiallttt li .\i armnistice was
agr(ed uipon last iii:lit, which pro
vides that the tro,;i,- he withdrawn
to their barracks in !,cal hotels, and
that the telephonet. i '.ihange will sus
pend work nnti! al' thle mneeting.
The miners fr'',: surrounding
towns jointld thea :.e.rcal thousand in
Linton Ilast nighlt in li'ir demonstra
tions ill favol r of lt. eight striking
telepho-i oe ratot Although ontly
one clashl oi;,tllltll !ed Iwoen the itin
ers and patrolling ~,lliers the situa
tio: tti l l d i:i iin i' last night.
Thot . and-, ,f ini;s gathered int
tmall gril' : p n t1; i street corners
andlt hissed t ie, -Is .
Fred .Jlones. ia i:itr, was shot ill
the hel1ad hi;:1 P IpM repulsed an at
tack agalilist tihe n -r;ll' the telephllone
buil(ing. It is r! 1, -l'd he will live.
AS "WANTON LIE"
S (Special Unit,!e Press Wire.)
(h.'itrgi, - .r7ll ---McAdoo ]a
1 aled a i m-,; , and wantont
lie" the t, i. tlde yesterday itn
a Nr,\:rk N.iN .t irt that he re
Ie i\rd rl o : ie th'r ,it his brother
lor Ietting o , I: .; 'it submarine
(onlttl)c tt:: wil lt Electric Boat
conmpul .N o
1, aid: "I t I , tknew anything
a bolli my bltrih , p r ' r,nsactions. but
e I suppUio if It-- i., ( .ed $40,000, it
W;I s proa.t I! li : t : ees' rendered.
1-He ic;s .onl ' ineer for the
AGAINST THE STIIKERS
(Specia:l I 'tiled 1'Ii' W ire.)
li troil. .\Ipril oi . -c Pikketing I
Ilas pl roh billed tod(l ay it thelll 1painl
of \v,; w'i,) h , 1anti ufilacurII ig
comtp};uy bay an injunction granted
the copllip;iy followinlg a nlear riot
b(t w een Ill, it likers ;la d strike
broiokers. steveral hundred nhen
slid Wi oiitln w 'er , involved ill thm
figl. hliich reos lted ill one per
son Iilng sirioui sly injured.
NO P ROG AM IS AGREED
UPON BY REPUBLIlANS
iSpecial 'u it'd Pro'.; W ire.)
\Washingtoni, AIrit :. upibiibll
'a;i 1 senator1. in ninot agreed 1upon
;iy definitit l'rog. ttill for obstrucltionli
1 h1- .eagu- of cnations plan ;ta a
party ik !t l . liller olpponents of the.
lI Igue, lik ,- iill( to r: Iorah 11tn
l ilndexlor, I t idently are plannilig
to contlnutl -hfir fight for outright
rcjection of thei covenant. It is ex
(pected Lor Lridge will take solme
sl tnd. 1, .oI'ir a l:iague, but auys
ithe pres l i ienantl i is still unsatis
factory. .Anti'le I- gUarantt eing
itrritoriai l iiilt '.riity to ie league)
Ini bel)rs it .aiii to b11 the target of
strong alt;l l. by the league enemies.
Senator I i.ci ,,. in a statemenl t last
night, said: lIt is obvious it will re
lluire furith r ;.:tendmonti if it is to
priomotel i;l!.' and not endanger
certain right= of the 'nited State's,
which should i l-ver have been placedt
in jeoparl y. " This stanils as a5
warning. Republican senate leaders,
despite Taft's approval, are going to
continue tlhir opposition.
OF HER DELEGATES
Chamber of Deputies Give Orlando
Vote of Confidence. Wilson Statement
Is Published. "Fourteen Points" Must
Be Applied Toward All
( Sl(id iu I'ni tedl Press "I rv.
Iinnl1(\. April P:(. I111ly cIIlici;11l rlippll,I\ vel the WI l~i 1 itvril
111' her lilllll, lilý( Ilir11ll i t he li('l )I( ll l~llfer l 1) (o li i\)it jl n 11I1,l
I \ I I'I Ii II I; 1 I I£ I , i ii \ le II I ii 1 I iii' th ,It ( hii I titiil
;;Ikon l I' v Iv l I' T I' ii lnliIII\ vothe seuialist is
I s IIIIIIIýII(1'v' 111' ;) 1 v' 1111' id' I I. ;() t i1(1 the si i eiali~l c t , d is-i
lrl~l (I ~~lln llcllln i Ir1"I i(rl) I il) l Il ll 1111 ,e11 h r I·)illilil solel ml the
right 11' ,wlI-I- r o-Iii1111-i eI itn o ntennedIti
Mother of Babe Killed in
Auto Smashup Gives Way
to Grief As Story of Acci
'I'T o 'ornl'lll"el's inve'stigation into llt 1F
death of M.rs. 1,. A..\ay and her little
gralnsolll, Who W\re killed in an auto
sm1ash oi01 h flatls, Was r'es e111111 iln
JutllgO l0 lllm 's Or)ll' ro( stlll this lls 1 II
ing with lulstice )lran presiding.
)eluse of the continued illness of
i1r. Pierce, father of lt'1 blhy vic
liln of t( , h accident, told of seeing the
Malhy clr' swim out alound another
car anl d pass it aIt a 'terrific pae';
raising a cloud oif dust. ie told of"
his own effort to c'rowld to thei right,
out ol f tile way of' the spedinllg (car,
which, he said. was coming along the
wrong side of thi road. 11ie did not
enlirely clear its path. 'Thlo heavier
Iuiick car of alilloy struck his roar
wheellI. His car was Ithrolwn b11c(k aI
conllsilderable distancle -some havei
Iilstifiedl to a dlisiaunce of thirity fl ioo
tI hn overtulrnled.
Pierce was hut little hurt, and
upon getting to his feet. hl tlestilfied,
succeeded in p1llling his mnother
flotlll 11the wreckage. She was detad,
he said. Ile then helped to extricate
Mrs. P'ierce andtl give stuceor to Miss
Anna Kirkilatrick, his aunt. Both
of those ladies still bea.r (larks of
mIinor injllries. lie Iad not then
seen his dead baby. Pierce said his
own sl'peed was about 20 miles per
A. J. 31nshaw testified to the
speed iof tho iMatlloy car as being
abouit 410 miles per hour.
Miss Anni Kirklputrick, who was
in thie Piercte car, and was consider
ably Ibruised in the accident, said
that sille could not very llcuratelly
Jludge spleeds, but sih had once rid
denC 41) iles Ier 111111r and she
thollght the Malloy carI was going
eveni faster thanI that. George Red
fel'rn, who \Va a passenger in
Mlushl.w's ar whein ll alloy passed
it. also said that IMalloyi s cari was
travelling at 411 miles per hour.
(Continued on Page Six)
IIISSOURI FEDERA TIOA N
OF LABOR IS ON JOB
Jel'' :.er n i'vly. Mo., April 3t0.
Legislative ag.outs of the Missouri
St-ate I'.Ii lnt!i cof Labor, the miii
ers ald the" railroad brlotherhoods
-ave signd i j.iint appeal to trade
uniontist; It. potest to their state
relres.l ie i ic aeainst the enact
itlent of l,t nding legislation which
itlictidls tihe ec-tabhlishmlent of a state
consthllulary and the abolition of the
prtil:try electionl Iaw. An attempt to
1). ii!:a ,comll.ln sory arbitration law
has b ' ti deft'eated.
'Th, unioni-,ts give warning that,
dlstpitti sacrifices made during the
war, the battle for democracy is by
lo titans won. "On the contrary,"
faithful to the alliance "bhut so long
as dissensions continue peace would
be itmpossible." Peace must be gen
eral or there won't be peace, he de
clared. lIe insisted that Italy's
rights to F'iuine should'be respected,
notwithstanlling the fact that they
were included in the pact with Lon
don. lie denied the charges of im
iperialism against Italy.
In addressing parliament, Orlando
charged that, not only does disagree
mlent exist regarding Italy's view
point, but the allies are in disagree
nment with Wilson.
Wilson's statement which was
handed to Orlando on April 14, was
published here yesterday. It reiter
ates tihe president's desire for "the
utmnost julstice toward Italy," but de
ilares that he did not feel at liberty
to suggest "one peace for Germany
and allolther for Autstria.
Wilsoin declared that the "four
teen points" mutist be applied toward
a ll. especially since all had adopted
them. 't'he statement revealed that
Wilson had proposed the Island of
IUissa be ceded to Italy and that she
reltain the port of Avlona. It pointed
out thllat history wrongs done Italy
had been redressed by the boun
daries provided her, but maintains
Ilihat Filumen must lie international
ized so as to give her neighbors a
challce to develop.
(Special United Press Wire.)
Paris, April 30i.--Disquieting re
ports are received from Italy. The
con!ference between Premier Orlando
sand Allmbassador Page is said to have
not been entirely satisfactory. Aniti
Amllerican demlonstrations are re
ported at Trieste, where crowds are
rephorted to have gathered in front of
the Y. MI. ('. A. demanding that the
American flag be lowered. Regret
for the incident was expressed later.
Italians are to decide today wheth
er they will return to the conference,
accoriding to advices received at
Italian press headquarters. Re
ports have been circulated that if the
Italians return they will be headed
by forlmer I'remier Luzzati, but press
headquarters are certain that Or
lando will resume leadership if they
decide to return. American officials
are confident that Orlando will be
Considerable significance is at
taclhedl to the fact that minor Italian
representatives here have been
sounding out Americans as to wheth
er the United States would favor con
ferring the mandate for Syria upon
Italy if she would return and accept
a comnpromise on her Adriatic claims.
ANOTHER BOTTLE BUSTED.
(Special United Press Wire.)
New York, April 30.-The battle
lthip Tennessee was successfully
launched today. Helen Roberts, 16
year-old daughter of Governor Rob
erts of Tennessee, shattered the bot
tle of champagne against the side of
says the statement, "if we are to
reap a reward commensurate with
these sacrifices. We must prepare.
"We must organize our various
crafts more thoroughly than ever
before, and not only that, but, after
thoroughly overhauling the ma
chinery of offense and- defense of
each individual craft and strengthea
ing it int every conceivable way, we
must ¶be prepared to so co-ordinate
the powers of these various crafts
that by co-operation we may be pre
pared to face with a united front- ay
interest which might seek at this late
hour to prevent our reaping the full
benefits of victory."