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cloiest friends. Facts which none
deny, Mid th Commisaoner," ar
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Thoroughbred? Rescued As
Ughtninj Destroys Stable;
Loss Near $500,000.
O F IN Krmlj th,n ot tha a,t nd tren "me
I of prohibition admit ft U gon for
ever; hotels, which befor Prohibi
tion feared ruin, ar now eo-operat-Inf
In enforcement and many promi
nent managera declare they do not
want the bar room back; pnrcha
era of bootleg liquor . themselve
know the law la being enforced, for
Lexington. Ky.. May Twenty- thfl jmple mso; ,nat tne BOurc
racenorses vaiuea ,.- of gupp,y ,g now , reitrcted thpt
re burned to death tonight when hn,aH ii..nr is almost lmDos-
Sr destroyed the stable of Johnson t) obuIn Md they com.
at Camden, former United States d t dr(nk polM,noug doctored
Seaator. and J. C. Milan, promt- 8tuff or fQ wlthouti Tne ,plrt of
Mat breeder, at the Kentucky Jock- c0peratlon on tn9 par, of aU 0ffl-
oy Club track. cials, federal, state and municipal,
Tie lire, which Is considered the country over c0upled wltn ,e.
damaging racetrack Are this Teref BentencM bT courU ,f lurtner
owntry has- had In twenty-five convncIng proot of enforcement."
' believed to hare been th- Comm8golier. Bnd an
alarted by lightning during a thun- othef strlkng proof , tne cnaBged
Jaratorm about.7 o'clock. attitude of the editors and cartoon-
Toe blase bad gained cnsldera- who a everybody knows re.
3i headway before It waa discover- fl(jct pub,c opn,on and ar, a tru9
cad simultaneously by George Allen, Jndei of current evmtg gcorM of
aeero watchman, and John M. Kee- other g,owng factI of succe9Sful
.ga, track superintendent. i enforcement may be cited, such as
flame Followed Bolt helpful co-operation on the part of
Alien said be heard a loud peal neighboring governments, continued
sf thunder and several minutes lat- the commissioner. Furthermore,
m he saw flames leaping from dif- most 8tate have their own enforce
lerent parts of the building. ment codes, through which results
Mr. Keegan said he was at his are being obtained In addition to
ferae near the track when he saw federal laws and national organlza--fEWe
He said he and Allen each saved Among other things, the Commls
Iflrpfe horses and four others were aioner gald:
3ed from the stable by others, but "Twenty-four states are medl
irtese latter became frightened and cinaiy dry. There are approxl
tim back into the burning structure, lately 150,000 physicians In the
1 Among those that returned, to t;nted States and about 40TO0O of
fit stable was Majove, a geklinjj them reside In these twenty-four
srtich finished second in the Idle u.eaicinally dry states. Of the 110,
Hour Stakes today and which was 000 physicians remaining, less than
sailed at $15,000. This animal was 350oo hold permits to prescribe 11
amrning about the hips when It was qUOr u ja now nearly ten months
Saken out a second time and It waa alnce tne renewed effort began to
act known tonight how serious its restrict good liquor into legitimate
aajnries were. This geldng was ton- channels and I am happy to report
"ered among the best 2-year-olds that tnig reguit i8 perhaps as near!
J the West. I achievement as possible. j
Six Rescued ) ..The years Immediately preced-
Six horses wr rescued uniujur- ,ng prohibition showed an anuual
They include three 2-year-cld consumption in the United States
Allies by Peter Quince, one out of 0f about 130,000,000 gallons ot
Stickpin, another out of Eden Hall American-made whiskey. During
ant another out of Satin. Ml ,he calendar year. 1920 there was
atamphrey, a 2-year-old;' Louis withdrawn on permits approximate--Aiair.
3-year-old. and another un- iy 12 million gallons and in the
!amed filly were the other three calendar year 1021 withdrawals
OMtued uninjured. amounted to about 3 million gal-
Six other horses in the Camden- ion8. Withdrawals for this calen
Witon string escaped death because dar year on tae basis of the last
y were not in the stable when three or four months will amount
the flro started. Neither Mr. Cam- t0 about two million gallons, which,
la nor Mr. Milam could say to- jg perhaps only about one-half mil
xiKfct which these were. Three Hon gallons in excess of normal
thers were taken early today to medicinal requirements. At the be
Hr. Camden's farm near Versailles, ginning of this flBcal year there
I were approximately 600 breweries
Golden Apple Pcrlxlics 'engaged in the manufacture ot
Barjeeling and Bettlna. who with near-beer. 285 of them have been'
Saagoon. were leaders among the reported for violation of the law; ;
Wer division of the stable, were 95 0f these plants are now under
tmoiig those that met death in the seizure by the Government; 60
' 1 breweries have been seized since
Golden Apple, Senator Ernst. jiy 1. .Two of these breweries
Tair Agnes and Little SalHe were have submitted offers in compromise
ong the better 2-year-olds which 0f $96,000 each and the other offers
?rlshed- reach from $.20,000 to $60,000 and
Hiss Humphrey, which had nev- this does not mitigate possible
started in a race, and Mojave criminal liability against the com
wre considered the fastest young- panies. If we were to collect the
tfars in the stable. nne3i penalties and special tax im-'
There was much confusion as the posed upon violators of the law, in '
lorses stampeded in the stable the first six months ot this admlnls--while
stable boys and others were tration, they would more than pay'
Hiring to get them out. This made two and one-half times the estimat
es work of rescuing difficult. ed cost of enforcing the Prohibition :
ITare thnn 4,000 persons, many iaw for the next year. These enor-'
were at the track tonight. ni0us figures do not include nearly
f them visitors here for the races. $3,000,000 In bonds that are being
.Not Incendiary, Su Milum forfeited to the Government, or $2.-
Captaln Veal, who headed the 000,000 that have been offered in
wrst Lexington fire company to compromise my twenty-one of the
aearh the scene, said he was not of large violators of the law. and do
She opinion that lightning caused not Include the $6,000,000 in differ-
blaze- entlal or prohibitive tax that have
Mr. Milam, however, said he felt been referred to."
asafident the fire was not of incen- I
lirr origin. He said he believed
It was caused by lightning. The
Slate Fire Marshal, though, baa
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ters, and their friends. Any woman may try Stella Vitae on'
the positive guarantee that if the first bottle doesn't help, the
druggist wiM refund the money.' Ask your druggist.
What Some Women Say About '
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la., a well-known merchant who
old STELLA VITAS and used it
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leged swindling of hundreds of Rus-
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TIUCEZK KIDIONJ CO OattasMfa, Ttna U. 1 A.
150 JAILED AS CHICAGO '
BOMB RIOTERS KILL 9
is made tomorrow. It waa
town tonight for certain all
Ml. AMENDMENT EXKORC.
at f 1 a share, surrendered today at
.the District Attorney's office.
" Four other Indicted promoters,
Conisville, Ky., May 11. In an among them Dr. Jacob Conner, who
ddresa this evening at the mumlcl- the authorities say. v.ith United
mat Aadltorlum before the Louisville 3utei consul Genera at Petrograd
Cbarchmen' Federation, , Prohlbl- tronl lm to 191Si wer ,rreilte(,
Saw Commissioner Haynea voiced a in Yonker last night. Dr. Conner
warning against propaganda, false- WB be),i n uo.OOO ball today by
By assailing enforcement of the judge Charles C. Mott la General
tlth. amendment. Commissioner Session and the other four in 11,
fesyae declared there 1 every rea- 500 balU
for atlsfactlon. "Th amend- M wa, Mia at thg Dutrlet Xttor.
be aald, "is being recognised aey, offlc tna, an My 0. th ,
tardlnal part of the const it u- exploited by the defendants, show-
ana m raci mat antagonist ad about one-hundredth of an
we renowlng, with increased force, ounce of gold to a ton of earth,
heir well-defined and costly pro- which would be about SO cent'
Vaganda rfpeaka for itself. la other worti, 0f gold la a ton. Th pro
wrords, the enforcement shoo .1 meters advertised Widely, it ' wa
Blaehtng. Th truth la that th law charged, that th mine yielded
'M Vng enforced with greater sue- from f 10 to $100 a ton. -
than was ever conceived posal- . l u t
Ma li( less than thirty months by it 'The Hartford HrJd, 91.80 the yea
Chicago, May 10. Fred (Frenchy)
Mader, president ot the. Chicago
Building Trades Council, and more
than 150 other labor leaders were
k.l-. haM tAnlirht afta fiavlnff
been caught. in a dozen raid, on
various union headquarters today,
i The round-up resulted from the
murder ot two patrolmen and the
wounding of another in a running
pistol nght in which the killers
eluded the police last night. The
two slaying followed the bombing
ot two building, the elimination ot
a aeries of disorder believed by
the police to have been due to labor
warfare In th building trade. ' '
Police Clil'f Assail Labor .
In ordering the raids, Charles C.
Fltimorrls, Chief ot Police, declar
ed some labor leaders were "Just,
a gu.1t j of th murdrs of thl-two,
policemen a' were th anarchist of
the Haymarket riots."' He charac
terized th killings as "slaughter"!
and termed the labor leaders "hood
lums and ei-convlct. j
"I have th officers and represen
tatives of every union In the Qulld-
. . . , , . . '; . ., . .
Ings' Council and om other un-
Ion too, represented among those,
arrested," he said after the raids. I
"Those arrested will be treated ilk
ordinary prisoners and held until
they can be questioned." :
The lists ot those taken Into
custody included th name ot some
of the men who have been known
for year a th leader of labor in
Chicago. ' Among them war "Big
Tim" Murphy, pridt f tb 0
Worker Union', aad Ooraellu
("Con") Shea, leader , of. the team
ster's strike la 104. Murphy,
known a Chicago's "labor czar"
ha been out oa ball after having
been sentenced.' recently to seven
year la tb penitentiary la connec
tion' with th 1400,000 Union Sta
tion mail robbery. ,
Raids Were Surprise Party
Th raid cam as a surprU, th
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HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ' . '
first being mad oa th beadquar-J
tec of tb building trade council.
ar Vi at man fim ths nalaitlwa Tt
MWH e WU M 4VVVVli v w VU'
rtau appeared suddenly at th en
trance. Th raider slammed th
door and then kept them shut with
threat of shooting. A score of la
bor leader rer fou,nd la confer
ence, They were taken Into custody
and all book and documents seized.
A safe was opened by. drilling off
th combination, and . three pistols
and about 100 rounds of ammunl
tion were found. .
- Raid were made on other union
headquarter and saloons known to
have been used a hangout by
notorious slugger and gunmen who
have been connected by the police
with many recent bombing and
shootings. Scores ot men were ar
rested In these minor raids and a
large supply of pistols, sawed-off
guns and ammunition seized.
"I'm. out to get aU ot these boo.
lum . who ' pose around as 'labor
leader,' " aald Chief Fttimorris
They no more represent honest la
bor than th hay market anarchists
did. Labor 4oes not need such
men a these. They want war with
th police department. Well they
ar going to gt it, It' going to be
a war to, th finish, too. We'll meet
their gun play with guns. ,
. HartfotxJ Herald, 91.00 the fear
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