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TALIAN ISSUE HAS
Decision on Adriatic Question, One
Way or the Other, Said to be
Fraught with Serious
CAN'T BE DELAYED LONGER
The Italian Foreign Minister Insists
Upon Entire Dalmation
Coast and the City
Paris, April 20.-(By the Associat
ed Press.)-The Italian issue over the
Adriatic has reached an acute stage,
where a decision one way or the other
n not long be deferred and a de
don either way is fraught with ser
Despite the Easter calm, -vhich
brought vast crowds to the churches
and boulevards, the council of four
continue-! in sessions at the "White
House" beginning at 10 o'clock this
morning. The Italian premier, Vit
torio Orlando, and the Italian for
eign minister, Baron Sonnino, were
both present and made it known that
the opening of the Italian Parliament
on Wednesday has necessitated their
leaving Paris Monday with definite
knowledge of what is going to be
Insists on Treaty.
Baron Sonnino continued to occupy
the extreme position, insisting upon
the integral fulfillment of the secret
treaty of London, giving to Italy the
entire Dalmation coast and islands,
and also claiming the city of Fiume
without internationalization or divi.
sion with the Jugo-Slavs.
Premier Orlando was rather more
conciliating, thought a telegram which
he had received from the heads of
the Italian army declared that the
entire army was behind him ii up
holding Italy's operations.
Capt. Tozzi, of Premier Orlando's
staff said the telegram was in effect
an lutimatum and disclosed how uni
versal and deep-rooteri was the Ital
ian determination to secure adequate
protection on the Eastern Adriatic
coast. He added that if these rights
were not recognized Italy would un
'loubtedly adopt her own course with
out reference to conference, and occu
ui' th. regions to which she considered
President Wilson's position was said
to be equally determined against any
recognition of the secret treaty of
London. Reports of a compromise on
the basis of the Italians getting the
Italian quarters of Fiume and the
Jugo-Slavs t'ettin their districts
were not confirmed, as it was said
this was the plan put forward to the
Italians but not accepted. But early
reports . indicate that the session
might be prolonged through the day in
an effort to reach a miiddle ground.
The extent of the guarantee which
the United Stat"s and Great Britain
have given to the French as security
against renewed German attacks con
tinues to be the foremost topic in the
Fren -h press.'The French representa
rves maintain that the guarantee
takes the form of an alliance. The
"This alliance has already been
drawn in the form of a very brief text
.tipulating that the three powers will
give each other nu:ual support if
Germany attacks us again. The signa
ture of the stipulation will occur at
the same time as the signing of the
The Anerican otliciais withhold all
comment on these reports. It is known,
however, that a number of proposals
hnave been brotught forward designed
to give a more promplt and more
effe'ct ive jguariantee of military assist
anee to the French than the league of
nations afforded. But none of these
procpos ah hadl been aiitpproved u p to
forty-i ghnt hou:rs ago.
President' Wilson's contention has
b~.een that the league was enough
gararntee. ini line with his speech be
fore a plenary session of the confer
enee wnn he said:
''That is a diefinite guarantee of
peace: it is a (delinite guarantee by the
world against aggression; it is a
definite guaranter' against the thing
which has just brouyht civilization to
the verge of ruin."
TIhe final plans for receiving the
G;erman deleyates at Versailles and
for delivering the treaty provide for
complete secrecy. althoug~h an official
comunlrication will be issueid after
the treaty has actually been delivered
announcing this fact. Except for this,"
everything will be behind rigidly
guardled (doors, with military forces
occupying all the surrounding pre
Enemiies~ I'ntil Signiing.
.Accordingto the termcs Marshall
F-och is sa id tic have received from
'the secre'tariat generacl of the confer
enieei. the Giermcan ple'nipotentiaries
are to be treaeted as enemies until the
~recty v s signe'd. and anyone commnu
nic(atiny with them will be subjiected
tJ prosecution before a cour't-martial
;cn the charge' of dealing with the enl
"may. The purpose' of this is said to be
to prevent Versailles from being used
ats a bcase for widespread eniemy proP
aganuda. bcut the rigors of this surveil
lance will probably wear off after the
first few days.
'Theg German delegation at Spa has
~a large Military escort with soldliers
in helmets and carryinig arms, b it it
45 undelirstood that the delegates and
those ac('omrpanying thenm will not
wear uniforms wh ile at Versaille:.. so
ias to aivoi u 'nnecessary friction.
BOLSIIiK AlRMY SUI(HRENI)RS
Lcnadon., April 20. --The' First Hol
shievik army, operating in the regtion
of Ilome!, along the Pripet river, has
surreindered toc the Ukrainians. ae
"ording tio a statement issued by the
Ulkrainmian press bureau and forwacrded
from Vienna to The Central News.
UpJ toc the time that t:e repcort was
forwarded, 20,000 rifles, 35 guns and
200 machine ims had been handed
nor to the 1Ufirainiann.
SOLDIERS SENT TO
Trouble Feared When Edgar Morri
son's Trial Begins
AT STANDARDSVILLE, VA.
Morrison Said to Have Threatened
Accomplices Would Shoot Up
Standardsville, Va., April 20.
Bearing orders from Governor West
moreland Davis "to protect the court,"
the Albemarle Rifles, of Charlottes
ville, consisting of three officers and
fifty-three men, arrived here tonight
preparatory to the opening of the
April term of court tomorrow, when
Edgar Morris, son of a Greene Coun
ty deputy sheriff, goes on trial for
the killing of a mountaineer at a
dance. Morris, while out on bail
furnished by his father on the murder
indictment, shot and 'killed Magistrate
Bluford Sullivan here March 29 and
since that time has been hiding in
the Blue Ridge mountains. A pre
liminary hearing on the killing of the
mag~istrate also is to be held tomor
Request for the protection of troops
was made after reports of threats
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made by Morris were received here,
stating he planned to give himself up
for the opening of court, thereby, re
lieving his father of the bail payment,
and that soon after the jury was
chosen his accomplices would descend
from the mountains, "shoot up the
court and effect his escape. Morris is
also said to have threatened the court
officials before whom the preliminary
hearing on the killing of Magistrate
Sullivan is to be held.
Recollection of the Allen case, in
which members of the Allen clan in
the Blue Ridge mountains shot uIp
the Hillsville court in Carroll County,
in 1912, when a member of their band
was on trial, and shot five persons,
including the trial judge, the prose
cutor and the sheriff, also is said to
have led to the request for troops.
The town of Standardsville was
quiet tonight when the troops arrived
and citizens here believe that Morris,
hearing of the arrival of the soldiers,
will remain in the mountains. In that
event, it is thought possible that the
tisoops under command of ('apt...1oel
M Cochran will go into the mountains
to hunt Morris.
Over Rot,gh Roads.
The company traveled over eighteen
miles of rough country roads by au
tomobile to reach the wn. Each of
the troopers is equipped with ten
rounds of ammunition and provisions
for seven days. The company was
quartered tonight in the Odd Fellows'
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in the Ruild
Hall and tomorrow will guard the
court hous where the trial is to be
ItLagistrate Sullivan was killed by
Morris after the latter had been fined
$20 for ylisturbing a church service
and assaulting an Episcopal rector.
Morris is said to have fired five shots
into the magistrate's body immediate
ly after the fine was fixed and then
ran from the court room, command
eered an automobile and escaped.
Herman Shifflet, a mail carrier, also
will be given a hearing tomorrow on
the charge of having aided Morris
in his getaway. Shifflet has been
here since th killing of the magis
trate, but Morris has not been seen.
IOMI('lIDE IN EHtHARYl'
Ehrhardt, April 20.-Ham Brad
ham, fifty years old, was shot and
instantly killed here this morning by
R. 0. Williamson, a neighbor. The
weapon used was a shot gun, the
charge taking effect in the face and
neck. Several days ago, it is alle:
ed, the children t f the Bradha m an .
Williamson families hecane involv-,1
in a quarrel. This, it is believed led
to further trouble between the two
families, and enlminated in the
tragedy today. Williauson went to
lamberg immediately after the shoot
ing and surrendered to the sheriff of
Bamberg County. Both families are
)ck yet, and
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