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ijl fULuniLLitniimi! xvcdUlld ill IHclIiy UZdlilS
MJ Refuses by Count oflCaoital Citv UnrW 9L1I tvj r u.
37 to !) to Eliminate aBt. e, . fT o -r i "
Training Plans. . f nt alain-- U. S. Troops Landed to Pro-
tect American Legation President Ca
GOES TO CONFERENCE brera Strongly Entrenched Outside City
Measure Will He Worked Out
liy Both Houses Aes
Placed From 18 to lit.
CUT IN APPROPRIATION MADE
House Knocks Off Large
Sum; Rigid Economy Is
Needed Loaders Declare.
WASHINGTON'. April 1.'. The
sc a'c refused today to strike out
ff tic army reorganization hill the
provision for voluntary universal
trailing recently substituted for the
fi'.IIl'ary comiulttoo's plan for ob
' satory trnitili'g. The motion of
Scrutrr McKehi.r. democrat, Tonu-e-ee
to strike cm was defeated 37
The action of iho sennto wan ox
peetea' to result in carrying the vol
untary training ptoposal into con
ference for an uriJiiHtnicnt by sen
ile and house .niinagers.
Onli' youths between 1? niul 51
amendment suggested today by
Chairman adBworth and written
Into the l.lll. The previous' age
1 mil. rr. fro,. I e i "a . ,
btu"c of tlic reduced 1imitn Sen.
tor 1-cnroot, republican of WIscon
fin, withdrew his proposal to reKtrlct
voluntary training enlistments to
100.000 men annually.
Tncnty-flve republican!) were
Joined by 12 democrats In holding
the voluntary plan In the bill,
republicans, Hnrah nf Maho
flronna ot North Dakota, voted with
he following democrats to eliminate
he training sections:
Harrison. Ml.s.sslppl; Klrby, Ark
naj) MeKellar. Tennessee; Heed,
M ssoun Svvnnson. Virginia, and
Rena'ors who voted to retain thol
ucpuimrans - tiraniiegec. tapper,
f'olt ru-nmins CurtlHs, Kdgo
I'Mnce I-'rellnghiivsen. Haln. Jones
of WasVington. Kellncg. Kenyon,
Kfvcj I.enroot. Merormlck. Mc
N'arv WlHon. New, I'hlpps. Poln
rtextcr Smoot. Spencer, Sterling,
Wflrtswomi and WatMon-
IVmnerntH Ai.hiirst. Keekham.
I'liamliA.lflln ft!..n ir.H.l.tnl, t...
,r, Misc,,. ,.oTor,,re. Shoppir.1 ' ffi.rtrftVLrASlV.MrfV';
'i of rlzona. T lionias and S ol-1 planln mllta hero atruck at noon today
ro' lo enforce their demanda for an elicht
The i. ,i. ,i,eoi.i nn i hour day The employera had cranted
nie .senate also defeated nn n ncrt,, f ,t ,ay hut had refu.ed
ai e"drenl by Senator MeKellar to ; t chanse the prcaent nine-hour day ached-
rei'ure three h uirs dally education ! ule.
Of a ' n.dirru ..r iho il,. .,mv I H UAWNKU Okla.. April 15 A apeclal
oi a .omiers the regular urn y. lriln,Hj of rtnrk Uuni officials from
n iho hauo thn military cnm.iilt-1 t-nicaen nd Hllvla, III.. arrUid here at
'fo cnr.ploto,) ,,nrl will report to- mldnleht tnnlnht to attend Iho funeral
morrow tlie r, pillar armv appro-1 y- w Mnril. Itocli laland atorekeeper
, . .. ' V i.,i . ! V here tomorrow. A apeclal liaKifase coach
P- a ir.n I'll! e.in ylng S337.S lfi.9-14. . on ,ne trMlu waa loaded with cut flowera.
)i crease of lor, n.'iK.STn from the,
w.Tr rtenartrnniitV ostlntuteH Rlplrl I AI.IIANY. N V, April ' IS. Governor
.on esuniauH Itlgld p(nn ,,, niinPj John Ulock of cotm.el
i.onn i ( ne. resnry til face of n I f( , pelled aoelallit members ot the
deficit of several billion dollars, , aaaemhly that he had no power to call a
1 a ai, Kabr w:ild in the inn lur. ' apeclal ele lion In the five assembly dla
lf I, . ., . ! i. J.i , trl-ta formerly represented by aoclallat
" t en.: I.i bill, adding the ;;,,,, rThe Vtter. dated Saturday, was
!jr " rem.di'il would meet the de-lIna,S public today.
anna or n,r mliilary CHtabllshnient
ilurmg tl . next fiscal yer
TORNADO DAMAGES MIAMI
Mjih.i t mint) lilt by Small Tornado
l-ov, I'm at ST.I.otlll.
MlMl Hi, in. April 12. A smnll
'"ail" ulu, h htruek the nortliein
imii or tniiivM, rounty fanned rein
tldcrnMo tint. Uilu,. r,...i,. 1
"'c, rc h..uwi.. bloulmr over litirnsiby
t, ziiii mills. ' WASIIINIITOV. prll 1!. ronllnulnir
" te Itnnnet mill east of I , derense of ihe administration nf the
Ho.ko.ill,. H Hlinoht totallv do-I Paris dUtt ut. tlrlaadler llenernl Harts told
t,.'r 'l""," "XUr? n,e re,,oru"1 ,o k;',;;er,or'V?je;,r,::',;h:o,!nn,;.'?y
1 ,,' datimged. prison, mlehl have been eia literal el by
' ci ',dr i ni.io clmnaKe Is reiiortedl men "rndea v orlni! to etciilpate them
a I' vtep Springs, Kllll. a.-lves " Prisoners were never aallsfle.1 and
i taninio In lit,, ttlim ll,,nt,nl
i .x Ml OHO. other property
swelling the total to $75,
Harrison lit Appointed
Manaffcr of Musko(jccn-"'-'"n ,h" '.,Sco"i" Hn'' ""up'
. ' lmmrtMINHtlM Ala. April 15 -The
lllroimirli-ini letall club, with a member
M' hliii.i;i; iikla Vnrli ) - n shin of i ot' a w formally orttaniied at a
'' II n i , .1 J V" . I mass inr-lit. lonlubt Alvln DouKlas. well
IU e- hi cli U of tn federal n,,",' uttorney was elected chairman
. n lm named i ily manager KI n,od..re l.aniar. bulne.a "ion and
' s' ' g ' in morrow hn C, new att."-nr was made secretsry. 1-riday ws
un-n . ,h( ,iay on which every member Is
inin Jrr ? ' ' ,nHV"r are worn f., ihe streets clad In overalls,
nto offire t a caucus held tonight V ple.We was taken that ihey will be
lr Marrisnn u ,r!i fi.) uxdlwnrn until the price of elothinc "hlla the
nvemni to accept tho position.
New York Life
I'urmcr & Duran
Hj Tlie A..i iatfil Pre-s
(II ATK.MAl.A CITV, April 1 5. -Many
tioiw:mliititntH have been
klllcil In Guatemala, which has
boon under shell flio of tho forces
of President F.strnda C.ibroni slnco
Thn city l undefended except by
Volunteers armed with rifle. Olio
ilny tlifi bombardment wan kept up
from 10 o'clock In tho morning until
8 o'clock at night.
Shell fell In various pnrtH of the
city and tho casualtlcri iiro believed
to hnvo been heavy.
Cabrer.i In strongly entrenched. In
l.a P.tlma. outside of tho city.
World's News Told
' in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
AUMAOIt, User. Ireland, April 1J. The
Meat Pcv John lUetlat l'i oiler, ur,h
bishop of Armash and i rlnintn of R ire
land (Churrh of Ireland), died hrre laat
1'AltlM. April 12 Complete calm rekna
turnuKiinui inn iturir rmeiti, nrcorillnK to
ur.w YOnK. April 18. Tim name r.f
Daniel Decatur limmeti. compni.r of
'll,lr'".. h"" . brV rlrc In nomination
If eti-cllon tn the hall of fame ot New
York unlvrraltv. It uaa unnnitnril luaf
TOUT WOrtTll. Tea. April II. Kort
Worth rAllro.nl offlriala announced today
that th"y are cunfldent that the walkout
of awlirhmrn In th I'ort Worth railroad
ar.i will bn over within 48 houra,
SAN 1'JtANCIKCO. April t:. Thnmaa .1.
Klavln. ttoatnl Inaoeclor and nrothir to
Two I Michael I'Uvln. member of the tlrlllah par
nirrl ' Danient from Irelanil, was found dead In
DfJIUN. April Till) offlclala of Iho
Irish trailea nnoln rnnvrea and tho lahor
partv today laucd a call to tho workera
of Ireland for a general atrlka throuiih
out tho country tomorrow na a proteat
cairn t Iho treatment of political prla
onera. Wltf.in.lNO. W. Vn.. April 15. Vivm
Imaake't handlta thla morninir overpowered
., , .1,. iv,iian.ii i,rn l.low
open two aafea and escaped In an auto
mobile with more than $5,000.
NKW YOrtK. April An eprea train
and a local train on tho Ninth avenue
elevated collided during the ruah hour
today nt necior atreet alatlon. One of
the cara on the local train vaa thrown
Into the atreet TweKe pereona aro re
ported to have been Injured.
W KltlVHTON. April 12 Ten Irish
rickets arreated lait eek at the llrltlah
emtuaay were belt tor a federal icrand
I Jury today bv t'nlted Hlaloa Commlanloner
Itli'hardson on charuea of ilolatlnic a fed
eral atalule tnaklne It a felony to "as
unit" a dlplomatlo re preaentatlve of a
WASIIIN'fSTO.V. April IS. The storm
central Sunday night over aoutheaatern
Kansas was over western Pennsylvania to
night and because nt lis marked Intensity
atom) wamlnea ttrn displayed alontr the
L Tl, ,ll.luiliini e has been attended
Alljtotlr coast irotn jai.nnuii, uia nwiiu
rains throuKhout the Atlantic ami KUlf
atwaya uimuhwi '
Afll'N ITtlKTA. Honors. April IS. It Is
reported at military headriuarters Oen
P Kilns 1'allss has propoaed to remove Ihe
besd'iuarters of the Honors government
from llernioslllo lo t'ananea. It being said
Hie UUer place. Is better from a defen
sive point of view should sny attempt
lie niaoe nv .ni'n'iM. ...
Tl I..1A ''kla
April IS. Majlmum,
riKI.MinM- Tuesday fslr, rlalnK temp
erature; Wednesday fair, wanner In eaat
' r Wi Mi t A jvJ Tuesday fair, rlslnc temp,
erstuie In norihwest portion. Wednesday
temperature. Winesj4y lair, warmer in
east p.. rime
f-T TI.V- Tuesday panlv cloudy,
,,,-'---- .- .
rr WedPefoai p.M.y -r,n-j T,, fxccu,vo t.ommlUcr, will hold
H WK Tueaday fair warmer H first Jylnt meeting In fhlcago
-i n nn an) last iirnn Wednesday prll "0 slmulianiousiy u 1th a meet.
, - t u- .o,i nrohahivi,"K ot tho. f ommlllce on arrange.
WASHINGTON, April 12 Tho
long threatened revolution In tlua
temala iigalnst Pri'sldent Kstraila
Cabrera finally lias broken out. Ito
ports today to the utiito department
said tho opponent of tho preoltlont
had gained control of UuatoimiU
City after some street fighting. A
marine guard from the triislnor
Taeoma, anil MUbmarlno tender
NlJgaru has been landed to protect
tho American legation. Ambassador
McMillan lias been, jjlven power to
The ambassador waa told to watch
tho situation cloaely
BY MINE LEADER
Howat Refers to Gov.
ernor as Skunk in
COAL MEN WALK OUT
Strike Is Declared in Protest
for Chief's , Imprison
ment at Girard.
OIUAlin. Kan., April 12. Alex
nnder Jl, llowu, president of tho
Kansas mine workers, addressing
crowtl of minors today from tho bal
cony of tho co'inty Jail at Olrurd.
whero ho Is confined for contempt
of court for refusing to testify be
foro tho Kansaa IndUHtilal relutions
court, attacked fiovernor Henry J,
Allen and stho Industrial court law,
Ilowat, who wag permitted by tho
xiicriu 10 uniircs.' tno crowd w Well
ii.iii Kaiiiereu ncioio tno J. ill as a
protest against tho Incarceration of
tho mine president and three other
district officials, roferretl to Gov
enor Allen us that "skunk, that
tyrant, that would-be destroyer of
orgunuen lannr, that oppressor of
acting on a iircisinn maun nt a
mass meeting Sunday afternoon at
1 raiiKlln. u grti.t crowd of miners
mobilized at a park east of Girard
mm niiiri'iirii niur auresr into town,
Ied by a special committee, flour
ishing American flags and bannem
followed by a band playing a mar
tial nlr, tho pinccsslnn circled the
courtbouso ftp i 'lie and finally con
gregatod along the street In front
of tho Jail. The band was playing
inn -Mar npangicu iiunncr," when
tho procession cime to a halt
I'lTTnniillu, Kan.. April 12.
Ninety per cent of tho coal miner
of Kansas are idlo toduy whllo the
miners refrain from work as u dom
onstratlou of protest against tho I in
prlsonmcnt of Alexander Ilowat.
their president, jnd threo other (lis
trlet union officials.
This announcement was mado at
thn orficn of tho mine operators
after reports hart been collected
Micro from ovw the Kansat ills
trlcf. It was stated that 11 mines
are In operation but that thorn In
operation are being run with short
rorces. Three of tho mines In
operation arc deep shaft mines and
the others ahovei mints.
TOPI.KA, Kan., April 12. "I will
act first and uo my talking after
ward." ho raid. "Tho stale will
not countenance doflancn of lis laws
and the Industrial court net will bo
enforced, the mini as any other law
Governor Allen held conversa
tion over telephone with members of
the court of industrial relations In
I'llthburg today, and this afternoon
had a conference with Adjutant
lienerai unaries 1. Martin.
FOUR WOMEN APPOINTED
Hcmucr.ilA Xiiino New Mi-mbem of
WASHINGTON, April 12 Ap
pointment of four additional women
h mcinlters of tho executive com
mittee of tho democratic national
romrnltteo was announced todav bv
unnirman uummlitKH. They are:
'Mm. Henry Itldgeley of Dover.v Del ,
.mis, i uaries ii. Ames, wasnuigon;
Mrs. H. Otto Wlttrenn, Jersey City
and Miss Katharine Kilejio, Hivlon.
Two other women members soon
will be named, Chairman Cummlngs
said, glvjng the women equal reprn-
cutlvii body of tho democratic na-
l.lll.l l iril, l-1III 111. In . n
-.ifninis fcr llln San Pranriwn
SECEDING STATE , Tjunt'
. CALLS FOR ARMS, YetcomPlctc
. ... . 'NAME B0Af?D TODAY1
onora Citizens Are
Urged to Oppose Car- ws. ,. M. M ...
MORE JOIN REBELLION
Thirteen Other States to Quit
Mexican Union "Authen
tic" Advices Say.
PREPARE FOR "INVASION"
Kebcl Leaders Hecruit Army;
General Calles Leads
AULA I'KIKTA, Sonora, Alex.,
April 12. A proclamation ha madu
Us appearance on tho streuts huro
calling the cltlzuns to arms acalnat
thn (.'arranza government. Tim
proclamation li .ilgnurt Lj' the presi
dent of tli-j municipal o.' this city
anil "issued by order of General 1'.
I'jIIiih Calles, vomtiiander-in-clilcf of
all rorcea of tho 'Uvpubllo of Bo
Tho state military received n re
port from Nogales today that wortl
had been rucclvnil at nrmy heatl
quarters theni that Geenral Illanco
waa marclilng overland from Ght
huahiia points with 2,000 soldiers.
Hn hhould reach tho Honora state
lino within tho next few days.
Word also oiimn from Nogales that
the telephone and telegraph lines be
tween ttiat city and Hermonlllo, tho
stnto capital, had been cut at various
points dtirlni; tho night and that line
men, guarded by state troops, hail
been sent cut to repair thorn.
These, troops, numbering approx
imately 1,500, waro drafted from tha
garrisons throughout thn stale las!
month ami ricut to the state Hun to
Intercept an invasluu which It was
suspected would lie led by General
Manuel Deguiez, they said.
General .1. M. Tina, commanding
nie rirst. uivsiou, nrmy of tno "repub
lic of Sonora," with headquarters In
this city, stated today that ho had
received M'ltil-of flrl:il advices from
Hermoslllo, the state capital, to the
effect that 13 states of tho Mexican
union hail followed the state of fo
il or, -i In severing relations with the
Carranza government While the re
port Is lacking hi detail nn to the
names of the seceding states, General
I'lnn declared ho vouched for Its
Tho message nnmo In tho form of
a telegram and Is signed by a mom
hcr of General Calles" etaff and dated
nt general military headquarters,
I '1 n;i said.
Tt'CSON. Ariz., April 12 General
I'. Kllart Called has taken complete
command of tho government of So.
nora. In place of Governor Adolfo de
la Huertn, who has gone to thn hos
pital for an operation for appendi
citis, according to a telegram re
ceived here this afternoon by thn
Tucson Citizen from a staff enrro
spondent nt Nogales, Sonera. The
report has not been confirmed n
ROBBER GETS $1,500
Santa IV Saro nt I'onea Cliy lllntvn
anil Handlt I'-msiim Agent Is
Isickeil l.'p Ilefori) Ilobbery.
1'ONCA CITV, Okla., April 12.
Speaking mildly with a soft southern
drawl, an unknown man ordered .1.
A. Shelp, night Santa Ko agont horn
to throw up his ha mis and follow
him across the tracks from the sta
tion where Shelp was then locked
In a small building. Returning tn
tho station the unknown blew tho
safe noil went quietly uway with
$1,500 of the railroad's money. Ton
men were sleeping within tho waiting
room early today whllo the robbery
was In progiess and were not awak
ened until the explosion occurred.
All the 10 were held as suspects.
Wilson WilTNot Go
to Wood's Hole, Mass.
Ily T he Aawo' tald Press
WASHINGTON, April 12. I'resl
dent Wilson will not establish the
bummer while house at Wood's Hole,
Mjhh., .is had been expected, hut
proably will beleii ome other place
where mm m i ommod.ttlona are
available for the large staff of secre
taries and atlui'lieti
Slock lo Million
The stockholder! of the I'cntrul
National bank met Monday and
voted to Increase the tapltal stock
lo one million dollais. This gives
tho bank ,i capital of one million
dollars and u surplus of $350,000.
making u vvuilimg capita! of
$1 :j 0. 0(1 n
The Central Nation l li.ink has
enlarged i's qm tir, rcmity to
bit'er tik ciro of business ami
hai nl o added n truet deptrtment
whli h Irt now In operation,
T BIB IfalinU i 1 UllllIMl-
! tions Provided for by
New Rail Mea8urc.
SEE MAIL MOVEMENT
Inspectors Told to Report I
rv I ursai. r: '
uKuxy vviui view
LEGISLATION IS ASKED
Senators Charge Walkout
Bolshevism; Heavy Pen
Ily The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, April 12 Deter
mination of the government's coiiriio
In the lnllroad strike crisis tonight
awaited further Information from
fluid DKouts of the department of
Attorney General I'aliner, ji f tor
numerous conferences with govern
ment officials, said tiiat a derision
might b" reached tomorrow, adding
that tho "government would not
shirk Its responsibility."
.Meanwhile, official announcement
was made tonight at thn white house
that I'resldent Wilson would send to
tho donate tomorrow thn names of
niiio members of tho railway lahor
board, creulod by tho transportation
act. Tho nominations had bcflit do
layed, it w.m said, by time taken In
selecting representatives of the pub
lic on tho board to Insure getting
the right men for tho place. Tho
men velecled for the public group
had not signified tonight their will
ingness to net, it was said.
Think It Will Alii.
Kramers of the transportation net,
Including Chairman Cummins of tho
senate iutftstatu commerce commls
Hlou, were firm 111 the opinion that
the labor board would prove mi ef
fective agency to deal with the pres.
out rullway crisis. Tor that reason,
Senator Cummins' committee da
fericd action on proposals for a con
gressional Inquiry Into tho strike.
Independent of either tho Inves
ligation by the department of Justice
or tho cteatlon of tho labor board,
tho government entered the strike
situation directly today through or
der sent by the post office depart
ment lo Its Inspectors and railway
mail officials throughout tho coun
try for prompt reports on nny ob
struction or delay of tho malls.
The department of justice woiim
bo asked for Immediate prosecution
under statutes-governing mall trans
porlntlon, the telegram stated
Delay In formulating a program
for government action under the
I.ever food control act to meet the
OONTINUKI) ON PAIIK TIIHKK.
CREEL DEMANDS PROBE
Asks I'nlmer to Make; lnwntlgntlnti
of Charges of Wrongful 'lYunsfer
of Official llnllelln."
NKW YOHK. April 17 George
Creol, who during the war headed
tho committee on public Information,
tonight made public u letter ho has
sent to Attorney Ueneral I'aliner in
sisting that Mr. I'aliner begin an Im
mediate Investigation of charges by
Die Joint congressional committee op
printing that tho Creel commltti
had wronfgully transferred tho "Of
ficial llulletin" to lloger W. Itabson
of Wellosley, Mass.
At the samo time Mr. Creel matin
public a letter to Senator Hmoot.
chairman of tho Joint committee, de
claring the senator knew there wiih
no transfer of tho 'Official IJulletm'
to Hudson, but that the Joint commit
too "speakingly worked in secret to
frame the Indictment that my testi
mony would have made absurd." lie
added that the senator, "as much ns
nny one else," was rnsponslblp for
wiping nut the Creel committee June
SO. 1919. "right in the middle of its
1l.n Inln, ....mi.illleo .h.i rLtoil that
ll J,lt, -
the transfer hail been mude without
cost to Itabson and suggested Instl
ttltlon of legal proceedings against I
Creel. Ilalwon. C. T. Clayton and l-.d
ward H .Ilocliester, to see u nie kv.
ernnient could not recover inon-y
In his letter to Mr. Palmer, Mr.
"tlenutor Smoot has filled the promt
with the statement thut the govern
ment should take action ugulnst mu
for in'y proceedings In connection
with tlm Official llulletin. I Insist
I Iml your office iimimenco an In
stant Investigation nnd put myself
nnd every record nt your disposal. I
. i. ..iu.. ..,i....
I waill in iviliivv iiiriu jruii ninu i.niii,
1 proti" tlon. If any, a citizen has
against the deliberate slanders of a
number of lorgrejs, Not only wa-!
Senator Kmool s i barges false in
every purtli ular but lie knew them
i to bu lie when lie uttcrid thim."
Sixty-Five Yardmen Join
jn Railroad Strike Here
r.fl '. . .,- M. ,
Fifty Frisco Switchmen Out- Night Crews
Stay at Work -Katv Men StickSanta
, Fc Men Quit Bul
irrective uut Wlay I5e Moditied V as-
, scngcr Service Is Not Affected Here
Sixty five yard men were reported
iiiiikoiii lriiin tiielr posts Here ibsi
night. About f,0 failed In nipnrl at
the I' risen yanls anil about 15 re
mained out at the Midland Valley
terminal There were 21 niun work
ing nil nlislit In the Frisco ynrila, two
crews working In the main yards and
ono few in West Tulsa. No report
of a walkout at tho Knty had been
matin up to n late hour,
Crcwri fiom thn local Hanlu Vn
office went nut early yesterday
morning but were back at work yes
terday uflernoon. Meantime, a
meeting of tlm "Association of Yard
men," known us tho "ono big unloii,''
wn, being held In Carpenters hull,
'ft it I n in n n seemed reticent to Join tho
outlaw orKuuliatlon, generally pre
ferring to remain loyal to their
'The men remaining on tha Job
lire not what are termed 'sonlis,' "
iiuld I.. C. Dudley, head of the local
of the llrothe.rhood of Hallway
Trainmen here. "There nro men
gathering on the street corners
shunting nut tho KtatnmentH that
those of us who remain loyal to thu
union are 'ecabs.' Wn liavo not
been unified to go out nnd do not
Intend to do so, Wo will remain at
work anil protect the country as well
ns out own Jobs, It Is our duty to
"The 'one big union' Idea Is orig
inated mainly for the purpose of dis
rupting our oi Kiinlzatlon. The
Hwltchmen's t'nloii of North Ameri
ca Is separate fiom the II, It, T., and
It Is thn object of the strikers to
merge thn organUatloua by forcing
nil of us to quit work."
.Mr. Dudley iccclvod n telegram
from I'. W. Morey, president nf tho
trainmen! working on .tlui Frisco
system shortly after noon yesterday.
Tho message follows:
" I I'. Dudley,
"Wire received. Strike Illegal,
ORDERS TO JURY
Judge Williams Demands
Inquiry Into All Pub
IS AFTER PROFITEERS
Aims at Liquor Substitutes,
Indian Law Violators nnd
Itc.strainers of Trade.
lusti noting tho federal grand Jury
called In thl.t city yesterday for un
Investigation of common charges ot
profiteering among merchants and
those ileilurs ot any commodities,
for-a thorough and pystcmutlu In
quiry Into combinations of labor or
other organizations In tho restraint
of tr-itle, and on investigation of Hie
flooding nf the country with sub
stitutes for beyeriigi) liquors Judge
It. I.. Williams in I'nlted States dls
ti let court yimterday opened the
doori for criminal action against any
person or cIumws of persons respon
sible for unrest among the citizens
of this district.
"Von are, renrosentiillvcs of the
citizenship of Ihlx dlslriil" .luilgn
William- admonished Hie Jurors,
"aril the public through vou men.
lias an oppnrtunltv li, dclvi- Into the
olllirpew Ibal war neiiml rrriinatruc-
poxTim-jcn os p.wik tiiiiki?.
lion ! being niarditl bj Ine ae'lon
Presidential Primary !tnre I. hulled
to Governor litiwileu nnd Gim,
CHICAGO, April Hi.- Illinois will
hold Hn first presidential prefernnre
primary tomorrow, with presidential
luindliJutcfi on the retiubllrHti biiliot
Gov. Frank O. louden and MnJ.
Gen. I'onnid Wood are untestlng
for the state's preferential vote,
N.,n,,H r whnr tllll,,u,M mny ;
Wrlltcn In on tho ballots.
A inmpleli) slate of lwden dele
gates Is in the field while there
are no Wood delegates.
On the democratic Hide delegates
will be circled, but as no candidate
lias filed for the state's preferential
vote, tno delegates chosen will bo un
instructed. Women In nil hut a half dozen
counties will be permitted tn vote
unofficially. Their ballots will bo
(minted separately, so that they may
be thrown out later if their partici
pation Is held to ho Illegal,
derail NeveiaM'r Ainu Dice).
ST I'Al I.. Mm i April 12 -hr
roil Hartram a veteran nonspa.ier
man oi me nuriiiwrsi (lieu at llia'li
I homo near hero today,
Return Embargo Still
Original enuse was that a few
switchmen n thu Milwaukee yards ul
Chicago went out In lllegnl strlkn on
account of personal grievance- of
John Grurtau, a former trainman
now member of swItehnien'H union
The question of an Inerensu In pay
was later Injected for tlm purpose uf
gaining sympathy Increase tn wag
es cannot bn obtained by Illegal
strike nnd nn settlement can bn x
pucted with eominltleeH representing
those on strike. Hlonn and Curler
are co-operating with brotherhood
to fullest extent to protect their
agreements. Advise men to remain
fit work. Answer.
"V. W. MOUKV, Kansas City, Mo."
In loply, Dudley sent tho follow
"F. W. Morey, fiavoy hoiol, Kansas
"Illegal etrlke called here nt
12 tfi a. in. today Am working
tin en crews tonight with 21 loyal
men ilml morn going back to wuik.
Think I can handle local situation,
"li, C DUDI JCV."
An embargo on nil frelghl remains
In effect here, II G, (low, general
superintendent of the Frisco system,
said lute I ant night, Passenger
nervlce remains at normal and In
coming freight can bn handled eas
ily, It was stated. Thn embargo may
bn modified today to permit thu
shipment, ot porlshnble articles, Gow
"Thn yard men littvn made, no e.x
planatloti ot thn walkout," Gow said.
"I do nut know why tho men uro
striking nor what they expect to get
by II. I cannot understand with
whom they expect to deal. They
nie outlawed by thn uiUoiin and In
effect hn vn glvrn up their standing
with the railroads. I sen no settle
ment In flight, although enough
men hnvi) remained loyal to enable
us to carry on tlm major portion of
Hie work "
Dangers of Break Are
KomoviiiK of Troops Is Be
f?un and Kvncuation by
French lo Follow Soon.
Mills, April 11! (lliivat)
Premier .Mlllcranil, aiiMWciing- lliu '
slilli notii of tho Hellish govern
ment tilth regard to the ixi.'tipa
tlou by l'ntnri! of tho Illilnulutul,
assured the Carl of Ilirb), Hid
Hrltlsh iimhiiHKiiiloi-, thn evacuation
or Hid cilli'H leeeiillj iH'cupleil
would lnl.it place elmultaiaeoiisly
and Hint Hid roiiillilons existing
when I' ra nee Intervened won Id bu
LONDON, April '.' - An authori
tative statement issued tonight In
dil utes Hint tho Fianeo-lli Ulsh situ
ilium Is even more favorublo than
presented by Andrew llonui' Iiw,
tip- government spiikesinniii in thn
house of commons today. 'Die state
ment Indicates thai a French mite Is
expected incepting till) lllf.llrtll view
and agreeing to evacuutu the occu
pied towns rapidly on withdrawal of
the German troop from, thu Iluhr,
which already commoner'!.
Ilotli France ami Grtt.it llrltalli
are Increasingly ronvlnisiil of tho
necessity of keeping in agreement
for the settlement of tlui questions
regarding Germany ami those af
fecting other parts of tlm world An
drew Ilonar ltw, the government
leader, tobl thn bonne of commons
The latest note on tho subject of
the French ot i'Uiallon move, re
ceived here nils morning says that
tin- French troops In Frankfort and
other occupied ell in villi be with
drawn Immediately upon withdrawal
of the German Iroops fisint the Uuhr
region. It promises, It li stated, that
no further Inspection vlll bo taken
One Killed, Mrtjifi Hurt
bll Tornado in Texas
OAI.VI'HTON, Tex.ui. April 12
Ono puruui wuh lillbsL, 25 injured
nnd approximately 3'i homes were
demolished by a cyclotin Hint struck
the little town of Melrose last night,
according to n speeliil dispatch to
the Galveston News. The Htorm
wlili h traveled in n iniilln rly dlret
tlon, uprooted tn r
Km down Ijuimi
I itinil led
I in i :,Wi pi
Ithrough thu llttlo tuovii.
Walkout Becomes Se
rious in.Ea8t as Men
j Quit Jobs
! EMBARGOES DECLARED
Break in .'Ranks Is Seen in
Chicago and in Middle
and Far West
IS WANING IN EAST
Pennsylvania Stops Ship
ments on Mail anj All
Think They Can Prevent
Further Ticup and Get
Men Back on Job.
CHICAGO, April I!. While tlm
unauUiorlzed strlkn nf railroad em
ployer) stnrted In Chicago two weeks
ago with thn walkout of 700 switch
men!, on tho Chlcngn Milwaukee &
HI. Paul rnllwny today appeared
generally tn bo waning In thn mlo
dln west nnd tho far westth nits
nation In tho territory enst of Clovej
land took on u morn serloui nteot;
Tho center of development Jn
thn walkout of tho InsuricnU hH
definitely shifted to tha cast, irhartv
additions to thn ranks ot the robtl
rallrimd workers hud caused a Deri-'
mm Htoppngn or freight and 'paen
ger traffic anil tho closing of sovoral
Industries dependent on tha rail-,
r ot da for supplies.
.Thn situation in the Chicago yard
showed n marked Improvomont and
reports from other larira railroad
centers In tho mlddla west Indicated
Hint thn crisis of thn strlka waa paat
nnu tnai striuern warn returning to
work In conslderabl numbers. Of
ficers of railroad brotherhood who,
havu bean fighting tho strlkn slnuo
Us Incepllnn. worn confidant that
thn breaking up of tho walkout in
tho Chicago territory would ho fol
lowed by a general resumption of
work In other areas.
At Pittsburgh nn embargo waa
placed on nil freight shipments orlr-
InntlliL' on thn Pennsylvania lines
and mi nil rnadn cbnnoctlng with tha
One ilinusand lalliouil employe At
Pittsburgh today Joined this 4.00o
strikers already out, and COO shop
men struck at Newcastle. Htrlkn
conditions In Philadelphia wero re
ported vvorse and at Indianapolis the
strikers' ranks wero unbroken,
NIvW TOUK. Anrll 12. -Thn
slrlko of railroad workorn hero to
night presented thn most menacing
situation tho city has fue.od ntucn thn
unauthorized walkout, began. Freight
service, on the railroads ovor which
come tlm hulk ot tho olty'n food
nnd fuel virtually was paralyzed and
passenger servlen already seriously
crippled wait still further Impaired
Tho first net of federal Interven
tion came today whan armed United
Slates officers wunt Into Jersey city
to unload stranded rail trains, unit
department of Justlcn agents extend
ed their Investigations Into evory
corner of tho Now York district.
TKItllK IIAHTK, I ml., April li!
I'hi) liiindred Hvvltclimcn In various
jnril- heri) vnitil tonight to quit
IVIII'll III OIKS). .
COIit'MIHJS, )., April IS. Tlm
Columbus Vnrilniens a-soclatloo,
isiiiiisieicil nf nearly :),ntlO Milking
HWlteliiiien here, Into (inlay titled lit
mill nil switching crcus emplojcd In
this city lo liunillo passenger traffic
mil on strlkn tonight,
WASH i N (. T O X, April I'.'
Freight li-nrrin lluimgli Hid Wash
ington gali-vvii) In thn south. Gin
only entraiico cnsl. of Cincinnati,
wiih hriiuglit iriu llmilly In it stanil
still loulght when iiioid iJuiii ,'iiu
men i-uiiii)i-il in thn Polomiio jiiriN
i KPItlVGI'II.I.H, Mo April 12,
Maliilenaui-D of was mill simp la
hoit'iK of Hid M. Louis A. San Fran
Cisco rallrnnil nl Springfield tills noon
viiteil to strike, i Ifeethi- Immeillalc
ly. Apiiroiliitalely 1UMI men art) nf-
fi'i'lcil. 'I hit men quit work at l
'n'clock this morning anil marched
tu u Hireling hull vvhcio thu utrlkti
J voti) was lakeii.
I SVIt( I'SF, V. V., April U'
Subjerl In uppiuwil by rullroail niaii
, iigers. S)raeu-o Mvllchmeu nil Hn)
New Vork Central and thn Debuwirf.
I.neloiviaiina .V Western rnllronil
'companies voted today to return tn
'work liiinoinnv jM'iulliig the oulcnmi)
i of u l oiiferencii with chiefs uT tin)
brolhcrhooils In Washington, in
.which four ilelegiilcs frnui each
'mail's I'inplriji'S were nipulntcd.
Turn In The Itllhl.
-I It r- iH-t slew of liis ssas'jn will be, at
r .r-rnMoil hall t"nll;hl II neeja nn In.
,r , ( ' it i r re i eudal'in In Tulaana,
ut i Ste.w It as Ins In si an I prettiest iday
In rr eft ra n ,-s are ceMlnc fat at
, trie guuhur Uiug . t.rc Advu