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TO FORD B? GOVERNMENT
President of Company Takes Stand at Mount demons In Slander Suit. REVIEWS ACTIVITY FOR PEACE Lawyer Roads Several Editorials From Newspaper, Wlileli Plaintiff Claimes Libeled Him?Replies to (Question* In Very Low Voice. f Fly Asso?*|;i toil Press 1 MOI'NT CLKMciNS, MICH.. July 14 ? 'I he guvtrninr'iit advanced no money to the Ford Motor Company for war work, according to the testimony of Kdsel Ford, president of the company. Mr Kord wan on Iho stand in t li ?? suit of his father, Henry Kord. against the Chicago Daily Tribune last Friday at adjournment, and was rroHx-exam ined i>v Attorney Alfred trucking when tin? trial opened today* "Tiiere were timeK when the raw ma terial was on the ground and work on it started that the government re imbursed us," continued the witness. Determine Kortl'i* l'rofl??. it developed during the cross-ex amination that some of the differences of opinion which have arisen among the accountants engaged by Mr. Kord on the books to determine what Mr. Ford's personal profits were, so that he may return them to the government, concerns automobiles sold for war work Some of the accountants hold that as these cars were the regular products of the factory the profits should not he classed as war earnings. There Is also a question as to the status of cars ordered the month be fore the arm!: tice and never used in witr work. Henry Ford to<>k the stand today. He was called as a witness for the Tribune. He followed his son. Edsel. on the stand. Direct examination was by KiHott G. Stevenson. Mr Ford has been waiting since last Thursday to testify. He gave ins age as fifty-six years, and in answer ing preliminary questions he sketched the familiar details of the formation r.f the Ford Motor Company sixteen wars ago with a capital of $lf?0,000. Mr. Stevenson offered in evidence a Tribune editorial of January 14. KM I. In which the Ford plan of a t nilni mum wage, which was put in erivet January 12. K'H, was commended i-lowlng terms as marking a new era In the standard of relations between employer and employees. <ltie*tloned on Kd1torlnl?. "Anything malicious In that, Mr. Fordasked Mr Stevenson. ??No," replied the witness in a iow "It states your position fully and fair 1y?" ? Yes " Another editorial. "hxtremes In M irhigan." in KM 4. was read. It con trasted the lot of northern Michigan miners who hist a nine-months' strike nd returned to work, with that of Ford employees, who were being well paid being helped to pay for their homes The course of the mine owners led backward, the editorial declared, and that of Henry Kord forward. "Anythit.g mall ious in that?" again asked the attorney. "No." A third editorial asserted that Mr. Ford wan a greater business man than si philanthropist. He referred to him ns one of the great geniuses in the world. Witness admitted there was nothing mall ious in it. The last editorial was published in IMS. "About tha* time you found yourself and the Tribune drifting apart?" asked the lawyer. ? "Yes." "What they called preparedness you called militarism?" "I think so " Mr. Stevenson referred to a story in the Detroit Free Press in KMo. stating that Mr. Ford had started a world wide campaign f ir universal pcacc. Mud Publicity Agent, i. "Mr. Delavigne wrote that. I believe. He wrote it. but I was responsible. >' lie was my publicity agent." "Did you allow such an article to .* be published without knowing what wa? In it?" " ??? ?h! I knew part of it. in a general way" "Did you read 'Humantiy and San it v?" " "Yes. I read that " "And how about 'Concerning Pre pa ri dness ?' " "I read that." The Kree Kress article of August 22. INI"-, quoting Mr Kord as saying he would devote his life to abolishing war and the preparedness which was at the bottom of all wars, was read to the Jury. The article quoted him as asserting that preparedness was a criminal waste, the burden of which falls on the workers. He would rather end his days in poverty, the article said, than make a profit out of war or prepared ness War was referred to as "an enormous crime" and as "murder." He would not build peace palaces, the Ktory continue*!, but would educate children that this country Is not threat ened. aiid airainst preparedness which, be was quoted as asserting, never pre vented :? war, but instead, Invoked it. "What did you do to combat war?" asked Stevenson. "Hire Mr. Dela vlnge to write for you?" "That was the beginning, yes." "Who was Mr. Delavlnge?" "A reporter on the Free Press." "And meanwhile you kept on at your business, making money?" "Yes Mr. Ford spoke in a very low voice. PLAN SUGGESTED FOR CABLE FROM AMERICA TO SWEDEN British Monopoly and <'ontrol of Com munication ('rentes Advernr CrltlelMin. STOCKIIOI/M, July 14. ? Strong finan cial interests in the United States have under consideration with authori ties of the Swedish government a plan to lay a cable from America to Sweden, making the landing at Gothenburg, says the Dagens Myheter. British monopoly and control of cable connection between Sweden and the I'nited States and the exercise of British censorship in the war has caused some adverse criticism here. The American minister, Ira Nelson Morris, now in the I'nited States, is said to be energetically supporting the plan under consideration, and it is understood here that one of the pur poses of his visit to America was In connection with the proposed new cable service. Advocates of the proposal point to the prospect that a considerable part of American trade with Russia. Finland. Poland and the Baltic provinces will pass through Scandinavian countries, and they see in (his increased need of a direct cable service with the United States. LAST HOME-COMING TROOPS TO START ABOUT AUGUST 20 Demobilization of Ainerlcnn Force* Schedule for Knit by lOnrly September. N'RW YORK, July 14.?The last con tingent of American troops intended for early convoy home, exclusive of the men in the army of occupation and the service of supply will be aboard ships hetwen August 15 and 20, ac cording to a statement today by Ma jor-General David C. Shanks, In charge, of the port of embarkation at Hohoken. General Shanks, in explaining recent complaints of some officers about the. accommodations afforded them on their return from France, said the govern ment had been forced to utll'ze fifty eight cargo vessels as transports in order to expedite the movement to homeward hound troops. If only pas senger liners were employed, he said, the H2.000 American officers, Red Cross nurses, Y. M. C. A. and Salvation Army workers still abroad could not all bo transported before October or Novem ber. UKRAINIANS WILL NEVER AGAIN BE PART OF RUSSIA I'rrnilrr Drcliirf*, Too, Thwt Thfy Will Not (ilvr In to the Pole*. f riv Associated Press. I VIENNA, July 14.?The Ukrainians will never give ill to the Poles, who ! are making advances, accoording to | message received li??r?? from M. j Temiky, Premier of the Ukranian ; Koverninem of General Petlura. Me j added that the Ukrainians would n?>t , join a Russian federation. j "Overrun by Russians. German?, I Poles and Bolshevists, the fate of! i Ukraine is worse than that of He!- I I Blum," the Premier's message said, i "We are also fighting an epidemic, hut we will have liberty if it takes twenty yea rs. "General Petlura begged the allies far munitions last winter for use against I lie Bolshevist. The Poles were given help and Mailer's army was transported across Germany. In the ?rmy of General Mailer arc many men j in khaki uniforms, calling themselves J Americans, who are assisting the Poles | In burning our villages and killing i our civilians in such places as Tchert 1 cite, east of Eemberg. The Poles also are closing the Ukrainian schools an<l 'churches and burning books printed in j our language. "We will not return to old Russia, even if Bolshevism is put down. It I lias been suggested that we join Ad ' miral Kolchak, but he speaks softer | now when he is weak, and when he is strong he will attempt to force us into a federation. Once before in our hts ; tory we federated with Russia, which nobbled lis up. We now have created a union with other peoples of Russia for the purpose, of securing our joint : freedom. 1 do not think the free peo ples of the Western world will furnish soldiers to press down those who wish liberty." Mope of help for the Ukrainians from the allies, the messago adds, was 'lost when the Ukrainian representa tives in Paris informed the Petlura government that Secretary of State I.anslng had declared that the United States could not help the new states of Russia. ALL SUITS ARE DISMISSED IN SINKING OF LUSITANIA Court Holds Cunard Company .Not Llalilr, nud Ilitra Further Litigation. [ Ry Associated Press 1 NEW YORK, July 14?A final dvre? dismissing all damage suits against the Cunard Steamship Company as tne result of the. torpedoing of the Duai tania and barring any simt'.ar suits which might be brought In future, was signed today in the United States Dis trict '"ourt by JudKO Julius M. Mayer. A total of sixty-four claims, totaling between J5.000,000 and $6,000,009. had been brought against the company, i In his decree Judge Mayer Intimated that the claimants might be reim , bursed for their pecuniary losses ; through indemnities collected by the United States from the German govern ment. The decree, which was based upon the original opinion written by him August 26. 191*, read in part: "The sinking of the steamship Eusl tanla on May 7. 101.". and the conse quent los' of life and property were caused tiOlely by the illeR.il act of the i Imperial German government, acting ; through its iris'rument, the submarine ?omrnander, and 'he petitioner is pot liable to any extent for any loss, dam j ape or injury, nor for any claim what soever in any way arising out of or in consequence of the unlawful attack by a German submarine or submarines upon the said steamship." The damage suits are dismissed 1 without costs, and the officers of the ltner are absolved of any fault or neg Ict t in the loss of the ship. GERMANY SEEKING MONEY FROM AMERICAN BANKERS K*pected to Inane florid* Moon Through Wnll Street to II117 V. S. Good*. NEW YORK. July 14.?Germany is : seeking money from Wall Street bank ers to fimince anticipated large pur chases of American goods, it was re vealed today by bankers, who added that the issuance of German govern ' ment bonds to the amount of between $2.">,000,000 and J.iO.OOO.OOO may he ex pected soon as an offering for Ameri can purchases. Merchants meantime are expressing confidence that some form of financial arrangement will be made for the shipment of large quantities of goods j of which Germany is in urgent need. I FAVORS SWISS IN LEAGUE Federal Counsellor of Republic Dis cusses Society of .\ntlons Be fore Radical*. 1 BERN. July 14.?Edmund Schulthess, i Federal counsellor, in the course of a i long address before the Congress of the Radical party here Sunday, dia I cussed "Switzerland's entry into the I league of nations, giving' arguments ! on both sides of the question. Me con I eluded by saying: "I can only declare 1 myself expressly in favor of our j entry." Me added that his colleagues in the I economic department and members of ! the commission on economic and inter national questions had reached the same conclusion. RACE TROUBLE IN TEXAS : One White Man and One Xegrp Hurt In Clnnh at Tort Arthur. [Bi; Associated Press] PORT ARTHUR. TEN.. July 14 ? ' One white man and one negro were ! seriously injured and several other persons hurt as a result of a clash lie re today between a score of whites 1 and double that number of negroes. The police said the trouble began on a street car when .1 white, man ob j jected to a negro smoking in the prcs 1 cnce of a woman passenger. | BRITISH COAL TO ADVANCE ; Sir Aucklnnd Geddea Slionx American Ship Plnte* Cont I,ess Than English. LONDON, July 14.? In forecasting an additional increase of a shilling and sixpence in the price of coal. Sir Auck i land Geddes, in the Mouse of Commons, ! today gave figures to show that Ameri ! can ship plates cost much less than I British. Me emphasized that "ever.v 1 thing depends upon an increasing out j put of our mine*." I T [CANADIANS IN WASHINGTON TO HEAR DEBATE ON TREATY Srntlmfnl In Dominion Dnra .Not Knvor KlKhtlajf Except Where Kniplrr l? Involved. WASHINGTON. July 14.?Canadian ? | correspondents (in?l publicists have ?otno to Washington 10 attend the henate debates on the peace treatv. annda is said to be keenly Interested In the decision which will be made in >\ a?hiiiKton. The viewpoint of ran* ; ada. It Is said, will he greatly influ eneed by the action taken here. I > I> to the present there has not been 1 i1. Krf7lt '???! of detailed discussion In nan?V?Yer !hc treat>' lhe cove. flrif ?oT,. ai '? practically Canada's !i participation in Internationa! poli tics, consequently the people of Can ada generally are not sufficiently well Informed on international issuos'to en Kane generally in controversy. The Keneral disposition in Canada, is "o ?m '1';?,"!, a,n>' definite conclusions until the t nited States has put itself 0"rtr,?r" ,r ?r the treaty. There is JuhI one point it is "s-ii<l ?? V:i<h '-'anadlans already have reached a conclusion. Canada Is re ,solved not to send any of its sons to I ro.m'Iw n',0 , conflicts between ! al7c.e sw.rm u Ca,,a<?'i ?'as made ,an the sacrifices she intends to make ^es'tTof !L un,?8s the in terests of the British empire are di rectly Involved. Because of this de \ZT?V!?n- th" are said to be keeitl> interested in the interpreta the" I ?hall he Riven Article X of the league of nations covenant. ?'or u""eZg?u" rS??srgJk1 or o\er the territories of the new na treat\,W ?? h ar? Sfel m.der the peace i ? l"e Canadian people it, now M wJ?n lhe,r ?-epre?en^tlves novjt I" \\ ashington, will bo opposed demandsImmTdIateprobe OF MURDER NEAR TAMPICO Governor of Ok l?h ormTprote.. t. to \Vll_ * ? 'n'r Deportment and ConRrenn Hele^utlon. ASHINGTO.V, July 14.?Pres'dent eceivedanad Pitmen? have ' received * protest from fjovernor J I in* rt3on' of '?'klahoina. regard-! iliM- murder of John W. Correll a citizen of that .State, and the mis* ! treatment of his widow and son b month8 nCar Tamr>ico' Mexico, last .nvTsula'Aon acU^?n- or nn exhaustive or rhV%%,*s? saulters of hi, widow, an ag.-d woman zzJw?;!mhy >? ?' 'nrt ??m"nt' WaS fieru to lhf! Senators 'the S-aPtreeSHnJilU7;B ?f ?kl4h?ma. and; tne Mate delegation met in a bod-- ! tike ?ict"lor,?Cte,,,,rt; T,h<y arC tha'ni\->i?-^r,1C como to believe American citizen* and the Amer* Public of C\iUn.1 f-r nothinK ^ the re Jandi? Me?,co" vvir?,<l the Governor. d l determined that this rnn il.tlon s.i.iil cease. I hereby demand fnenY^'V !horouKf'. exhaustive and im j'ihn ' u-'nv,est'cation of the murder o' John U. Correll and tlie abu^e and mistreatment of his wife and son." EXTENDS LEASE 0N~H0ME OF FORMER CROWN PRINCE Cried rleh Wllhelm M.T Rem.1* ,n lerlnjjen for .Many Monthn to Come. AMSTERDAM, July 14. The ve??r\ of theerfnCe" ha.B exlendc<1 the lease or, V - 'w r'"Tler merman Crown Prince on the house in which he lives on Itianowland f?r ano,her two months. It no* runs until October In There are Indications that the ex-Kaiser's even theSnn?Vhnt>n<J leav1n* ,h^ e\tn then. The burgomaster of Wier I ntfen confided to your ccrresponden t during- my visit that Fried.-(ch Wi' iieim expects to remain in v^lcrince'n much ionscr. icrjngen The ex-crown prince, in discujsinc a ?",lroP?spfl extradition of himself ? l,hl? father, declare,} to friends 'the j such a stifp. CraZ> CV'en to insider The prince agreed, however, that shnmV "s. who committed crimes fhat1 a-MerlPUmS * thoi,^h he added \!Si Shn'iM b. frS SU",y Vrledrtch WUhelms secretarv left -ffer?hCn -r ?crn,any immediate! v i returned ?.f peace- He haa L| U The prince spends most of time painting and swimming. j CASUALTY UsfsHOWS THREE VIRGINIANS' NAMES Iteport by Committee on Public Infor mation Indicates Txventy-SIx Killed In Action. ? ppr h j ?* tnV?s- killed- In action .?*. ol^fl from wftunrts 7? huh i * * u> n,w^u nd//,l v^'ndllxP : ' wo?'"<ledUnJirrhtl?.erTc j ' llsMr*,wn" an<5 North c?>-o!lnlans In th? DIED FROM ArriI)KNTS AND OTHKR l .. . _ , PrlTnte." i .Myers. ^Jumhuj?; Rob^rsonviiip n WOtMJRD SEVERELY. ' . . , ^ . Lieutenant. i Jacobs, John M.: Morrison. Va ! ? .. Privates. Ball. William: Wlnston-Sa V C X% Ol'.VDKD SEVEREST. ' ?r> .. Corporal. Butler. Charles McDowell; Newton. V C ? . Private. Roherts Toiler: Flat Rlrt?c, Va. ? h^rrlck?!. Joseph F.: Ta?lv Va H'Ot'MlEI) (DEGREE 1'XDETKRHINEDi IKEVIOISI.V REPORTED DIED ? FROM AIRPLANE ACCI DENT. Lieutenant. | Morris. William C.: Concord. N. C. huns hand^oloneThenry MORE NOTES OF REQUEST Want Com m Ian Ion n to Deal With Sanr , Raaln nnd DlatrlctM of Mnl medy nnd Mornlnett. VERSAILLES. July 14?Two notes i concerning the appointment of certain commissions, were handed to Colonel Henry, the French liaison officer litre. : by Karon Kurt von I-ersner. the head' 1 of the German peace delegation, last ; night. One note asks the French go.'-' ernment to appoint a commission on the ! Just Once! Try Dodson's Liver Tone! Take No Calomel! Listen To Me! If bilious, constipated, headachy or sick, I guarantee relief without taking dangerous calomel which sickens and salivates. Stop using calomel! It makes you sick Don't lose a day's work. If you feel lazy, sluggish. bilious or consti pated. listen to me! Calomel is mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile, crashes into It, break ing it up. This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are "all knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue. If breath Is bad or stomach sour. Just try a spoonful of harml:as Dodson's Diver Tone. Here's my guarantee?Go to any drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's Diver Tone for a few cents. Take a spoonful to-night, and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel fine and vigorous by morning. I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dodson's Diver Tone Is destroying the sale of calomel be cause It la real liver medicine, entirely vegetable, therefore it cannot salivate or make you sicK. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Diver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels of that sour bile and consti pated waste which Is clogging your system and making you feel miserable. I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will keep the entire family feeling fine for months. Give It to your chlldron. It Is harmless, doesn't gripe and they like its pleasant tasto. ?Adv. (juration of the exploitation of thef Saar Basin. The other requests the French and Belgian governments to i appoint a commission to deal with i questions concerning the districts of ? Malmedy and Morninett Dr. Lewnid, head of a special Ger- ' man commission, has forwarder! to tliej peace conference notes contalrskiK sim irestions on the foot! supply on the ieft >>ank of the Rhine. They will tie re- \ ferred to Louis Lnucheur. the French ( Minister of Reconstruction germans plan land LEVIES Tax to 1'h.t W nr I>??bt to He lir? I'rr ( ent on Property Al???\r .'t,<MM),On(l Murks. - - .... - . rnPBNHAOEN, July li ?.Mnthias ' Krz.berger. Gernuin Minister <?f Ki-j nanco, has issued ;? ?tatement. accord-i in?r to a Berlin dispatch to Ili?- Tied-, ende. that the proposed levy on prop erty in Germany will begin at 5.000 marks and will be graduated up to in per cent for property valued at f.n.nno marks The rate will become higher with property the valuation <>( which is above this figure until it reaches 65 per cent on property above 3,000,000 marks. The levy will be 1 payable by installments extending over thirty years, beginning with , January. 1320. WIND STEALS COLLAR flrffit fomitiK Into (nr Window Carrie* Wenrltm Apparel With It. CONN ELLS V11AA-Z. PA.. July 14.?A freak of the. wind was demonstrated here recently. A foreigner, wearing a celluloid col lar and a "slip-in" bow tie. was seated by an open window of a street car. Ah the car swung around broadside to a sudden gust the tie was whisked from I the collar, the collar was unbuttoned 1 and whipped from the man's neck, ami j all went (lying out of a w inflow on the opposite side of the car. WRITER SHOOTS LANDLADY Youhk Woman Overbalanced by lit erary Work Kills ItoonilnK House Owner. NEW ORLEANS, July 14 ?Miss Martha J. Cryer, thirty-three, said by the police to have been suffering from a nervous disorder as the result of overapplication to literary work, today ; shot and killed Mr?, llenry H. Jones in whose home "he was a roomer. Miss Crver is believed to he a native of Little Rock. more" ship'deliveries Total for June In I IK of 5TS.SS3 Dend weltsht Ton*, nn Increase of 1(WI I'rr tent. WASHINGTON. July 14 ?Ship de-] liveries in June totalled 11S of ii7S,r>S3 1 deadweight tons, an increase of 10* per cent over deliveries during June-. 1!>18. according to an announcement today by the Shipping Hoard. Ships launched numbered ninety-seven of | 504,200 deadweight tons, an increase of 111 per cent over the same month last i year. Brnujrht Itnck for AllrRrd Theft. DANVILLE. VA? July 14.?William Henry Bailey, ?-olore<l. was brought hack here from Hampton today charged with the larceny of $Sl from P. L. Donohue. also colored. Donohue claims that his home was robbed while he was absent. Bailey being suspected and arrested in possession of a violin j belonging to Donohue. SERBIANS EVACUATE TOWN, CARRYING AWAY VALUABLES lloumciilnnx Mnko Indignant I'rotcwt nt Action of I'orff* I,ca\ Ing Teiiienvur. 'IKNKVA, Siiii'lav. July 13.?The Roumanian bureau at Bern announced that t!ii> Serbian forces which have be?n o>*i'iipviiik iJ???? cl*y of T?m??v?r, scvpiitj'-two miles northeast of Hoi- j fcvade. evacuating the pi * re. tak-. me with them everything of value, including forty locomotives. t.tiOO raii road ?-;irs. machinery for factories. i<: m ii 'I household articles Th? bureau states that the population of the ??!!?.? Is makinc an Indignant pro '??St aR?>.irst th^ ;???( ion of t lie Serbians. The Roumanian Rovtrnment, a' cording tf> the bureau, has decline*! another offer from Nikolai Reninc. the Bolshevik Pr-niler of Russia. for the a rra nee nn-nt of an alliance between Koumanla and Russia. Trying to Locate Relative*. PAN Vll .l.K. VV\ . July It. Govern ment authorities are trying to locate iiere relatives of Byrd l.angster. _ a Danville iiccrn. who was killed on No vember 1 1. 101ft. when the British ship ' Russian was torpedoed by a German submarine. Rangster was a member of the crew. 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