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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER FINAL Edition 4 o'clock A. M. VOL. XIII, NO. 230 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, MAY 12, liUi. 111 r FOCH GOES TO FRONT-FOE ASKS CHANGE CABINET BLAMED BY PRICE BOARD Chairman Pock hares Ad ministration Bucks Up on Early Plans. PROPOSED TO CUT "COSTS -i Reduction of Living Expenses Among Aims Frustrated by (Jovcrnracnt. RAILROADS CONTROL POLICY Hinrs Under Domination of Old Croup Is Charge; Secretary Class Hit. WAPIIINliToN May It Oenrgc K Peek, rhalrman of the department of rnmniiTi p'ii lnilimli l.il hoard which dissolved I11M week after a Imig oni rnvrrsy nh the railroad admln utralinn concerning ateel prices, de clared In a statement innlKht tluit the public would "demand art ex planation of the wrecking, apparent ly on the obstinacy of a single In dividual nf a plan In make an I in -mediate reduction In Ihe cost nf y. Ing of suit an apparent national tiiue" "I ran only conjecture an rxpian.i llnn." mid Mr (Peek. "Throughout the baffling controversy, iho hoard found llsrlf checked hv forces In opposition which It rujld neither understand, reamm with nor over came, hut which grew In atrcng(h until they rendered further prmrm Impossible and forced abandonment of the plan. tpprovcal Ocncrallr 'In theory Die plan hat heen an-r-reved almost unanimously by busi ness men and association ami hy editorial ami press rnniment the eountry over; In practice the plan hs heen proved hy the order hooka nf mcel produrera and the buying revival Immediately followed the announcement of ateel prices and ressed Immediaicly upon the railroad silmlnlsirutlon's rejection of those prices "It la Inconceivable thai Ihe rail rea l administration's unsiihstantlal el.jertlnn alone was sufficient to J'm'lfv the abandonment (,f a policy of auch Importance Nor toward th end has the director general heen !"ne In Ihwartlnir the. purpose of the heard. The secretary- of the treasury haa taken a eland In direct er.ntra.1lrtlnn with hla meenage In tje president urging the creation of th. hoard The attorney-general haa rendered an opinion that the plan of the hoard contravene the Sher ren aM hut tho fucta assumed a the nasi, of that opinion are an In ennlKlenf will, th actual course of rnndurt of the hoard aa to render tn opinion Inapplicable, yet It haa "V","1," '" tor tho abnndon- 'nl of the hoard plan. "In all thla opposition the hnard sought In vain for a substantla.1 ""n It haa urged the r.Uin.d 1ni lustration first, to aid It hv one "tigie f nr argument, to arrive at lower price for ateel, and second. name ., price which the railroad idmlnlairatlnn would . cnnldcr"alr. i midroad ndmlnlatraflW en v answer haa heen that Ihe ateel Price announced hv the hoard la I"" high1 Ifior, High' means that " railroad administration ran force mwer prices hv unmhln. inrloutrv n hlnK lai.or, smashing the pnhlic J" 'feet lu throwing production ? ,,h I'.mda of the most powerful nil low eat cost producera tho hoard f'M th( ,hr ,,,.,,. , .(no h)Rh . It waH precisely these results the ' nurd was set up to prevent and the . "T Manila proved that lower prlcea Ib.ii, '!' '""'rea.uli Hre impotalhle JT'IU '"e ratio),! administration per. ! and announce specifically that li .nlv vi,'w f,f " lo Pfl'-o 1 one t "hnll, ,y Inherent attractive "J". Iodine iMivltiK not hy the rail J? J rtmlnlatratlon alone, hut alao the , railroad corporation who o at,y represented In the ad pun.atratum nv the director ireneral .'"maelf Knit ,,y M, I0vr itera who u. l,e:illcd Ihe oppo "'on to the hoard. e . 1 !"ttlniairatlnn would "limit Hi.clf airainM Ihe puhllc In 't meiel,. t support the nrtrlent "d iltaeredlled railroad aloRan -the v.. r ' p ""'lined' la unthlnkahle. Vet. "'"r all. It la the adnilnlatra- Hon "t the director general alone. n l"wr tn thwart the board Prnvcl hv i.iaj. Tl, ''"re , ,,,,, loii that Ihe rd W.ls e( to I. lo cxnctlv what It '' done ,,, VVJ, H(,( up with the full iol,,E, ,im HlvJn f ((, HnIn unnK 1 "" ltlt'n Oodspeed r"M oi. ,hls point la cleftr Meml.era nf 1 1. industrial hoard trtl!.,''"""","''1 huslncHs men. un fisan U"' """' VH of par- H'-'eu Ufk ,,, hltir of rpwr(1 nrn-'1,:''."1',nl- "'"'Vlng that the tifin.? , ";l,,,""-'eni of politics in p'r.r, "'fi'1" "'non.lc l.n- H, hrtn hen extended to coier l'ei,n, f len.nstructlon. They "-ed lmospheri. ih,,t i,. ',,. ai,;X" ",r'"'""'-' ""d ate leaving th7'T ""lv ''' oiu lnalon that siiffi.,.1"!"31""1 "r war whs not lio. , . ' ,0 Induce the ndmlolMrn "IMr, th of pobM ' "u-ines.a orl riV? S.'"' '' ''""tornlc. M:i 1 I n A In Kalniau ,,lsl"'l W.I tern i.., rp 'eir.l toilny by -Tei rhc mlaiiitn ciinio In " lo "'1'ieat that Franca eslah. fotcior,ate over Abyaalnia. Germans Becoming More Indignant at Demands1 r THE WEATHER II M Aiimunt fl 1 ; Minimum, 31 -O'tth wind rloudv. nrr Ci iM Mttll'l. fi", tmh OKLAHOMA Monday. howfri; Tuciilit, iloud), proitftMv !orl khow lol )SMV. Monrfif and Twndr. hwir tnd thunrirrtUirmk AKK.Vy-: htiowvn and ihimdor ktoriru Mondav n prohahy Turdr KAST IKXAK Moudar. hnrra; TutktUv, rtomlT tbnwrra rati porlion Wt.XX TKXAM. Monday, local hn ri ri'rpl fair In MiuibwMt portion, 'luf.diy. ,art!r rinmly. h HAN: Mn.lv rioudV and tnm hi m rrtiir HnuuAy and 'I uffda?, ))rt)t)aM or. tonal huara TILE HIalPLtE BUCOEHS. I m no dnyinf tn H a tnr. In riaim th cil t'ml a in irnnn Or mak Mm nrrd thinf m fll 1 hat for a i-rofn it will nil. In fterv aort of world tirraa Thf llr a U,t nt hipping , H n inn U Romrihnif that I knaw Il'a fun Ia ae Ih roiea grow Thr ar uff-'iK oihrr than I h irl that hrinv- arat walih to man ; Not alt the Joy mir all oVIifht Arf Imrn of f.aU of aklll and might, And hnnm who nffr n to rlaicn Thp Kplrndor of undying farnt IliTc found turrfm in other rim And Iivfd ihfir thare of happy daja. Sonif fin, thfr ha:riniaa in gntd, AnA ,flTf tn dfd of ronqurM bold; Vmf mil it tn nnrhartad .m, Kim In frllownhip of trcpn; SVimp in ihf tilntKomh of th roK Attain thf joy tho rich man amtwa, And hr that roaf lo happtn.i Afhirre the autaoiil of aurrria. Who hrraki th groond with ipada and hnp U thriir.t to fh roai grow 'to him taw tndtr hudt of apring I mold rfHighl and gladneia nrini, Vnd in thfl hrattly blooming thfr Ha a wfll repaid for all hia rar, htirrrug ) not a'on in gold, Sofrttmeft In humbl (hinga it'i laid tiyngUt, Jl, by Mlir A. Gufit.) WIRK BRILLS jj HI MAMAN ADVAM I. HAI,TICI II AIJ.IKI) OKOLft. fJt.NKVA. Saturday, May 1o. The t Rumanian advance toward' Kudapeat haa been halted hy orders from repreaentatlvea of the allied and nariiclaicd pnwrra. arcordlnif pn tho Itutnanian hurrau at Heme. MI.KHNS UKNOI Nt lJ I I JLMS ' Titian. MNri)N. May i .The chief prealdent and central ronrli of Hl leala, Rccordln(t to a wlreleaa mea "se, have laaued a proclamation re. nnunclnir the pence, treaty and de claring that the tranxferreneo of the Hi-enter part of upper Hlleala can not produce a Haallnn peace but "only peace of denpeiatlon for Hlleala." The proclamation ralla on the Hlle. aliina "tn let Ihe world know we will not an Inn It to such a peace." IM'Tt H HIX KIVK Il MM I Oil KMNI It. PAUIS. May 1 1 ( llavaal The Tempa puhll.ahes n note from the Dutch legation at I'arla declaring that the demand for the extradition tif Ihe former Herman emperor hua reached Holland. And in That Country They Say Oo-La-La, Sweet Ha-Ha,But"Cy" Shot One or So Absolutely! Hy "CV" tK;snoN. Yesterday a bird said to ma, (ays he. "Mow do you like France!" "Kdgar." my a I. "where d you get the Idea that I like France.?" . "Well." chirped the Idlvldual with the curious Initiatory cognomen. "It has been noised ahoMt that the babies of France ure right spry ar ticles. Thus It occurs lo me that vou might poruilbly lie an Interested spec, tator when the auctioneer begins of fering choice "cant eighties" for sale at practically no cah rompensallnn a tall, a tall, for those who had ae cumulated French wives and signi fied their Intention of becoming law abiding and ronaclentlnua tax pay era within the confine and limita tions of th Itcpiibllque de Francala" "Kid." Ms I. -you've Rot II all wronii .Tiist because a few birds si. tai hed themselves to French wives it I does not follow that Ihe entire A K 1 I'", leaped into a atate of coma. They did not all become wooxv and be wlldered. Aa u matter of fact the majority of those no called French wondera of feminine extraction are too derned comflonged to create undue eicltement. "Well." this guy persisted, 'you've gotta admit that a lot of American soldlera married French firla, don't you ?' Buddy." cackled I. "a man with three ipiarts of In Klanc under his belt will do anything. Why. auclt a person would he liable to wager his sox and three blanket that a 'sec ond iiey' could be elected presi dent. Hut. as a permanent, proposi tion the hoys are coming b.irk across the sen to the girls who are Amerl- lis all wool and a vard wide; not wide In some instances wider In other." So. then. I'm going to de-crt the H,.-x...i ...rounri f.r u . 1 niinulea with the sublime The high bnes of the shehang suggested that I Interview myself. That gives me plenty o( opportunity to us th car'- Remonstrance Wave Sweeps Ovvr En tire Nation. 14 POINTS DISCARDED Propospil Peace Lacks All Justice, Protests Declare "IS VERDICT OF DEATH" Comments Assort Terms Wipe Out Existence; Parties United. UMIIJV Saturday. M.i in The prolceia that came from tarmim quartera In Urrniiinv over Ihe peace terms, lis they were reported before I tin official terma her. i nip known are na nothing In cxmparlsnn with the treaty haa heen presented Htatea nitter. rllnappnlnted In tone that la sweeping over (lermanv now that the theaty haa been presented. Hlales, miinicipaiiucM. diatrlria. nrKanlra- tlnna nf various sorts, hutdnraa men's and women's cluha and the political parties through their epokeemen are vying with each other In finding wnrda to enprrsa scorn and con- Idrmnallon for die document. Ml Partlo. I nltrtl. For perhaps Ihe frat time In his ibrv all the Uermun panic are united In opinion, each of them as sailing the terms (iermauy la asked to sign, for the body of Ihe Inde pendent socialist parly does not ap pear tn agree with Ita organ, Die l-'rehelt, that Germany should sign the peace on the terma presented The newspaper are utterly awamped with the protests, being able to print but a fraction of them. Thev are urged lo thia bv the Tage hlatl. which says Ihe unfriendly al iunde toward 'he treaty taken by the socialists of other countries will not he nf asnlftance, because they kare In the minority In their cnuntrlta and the Hermans must protest for themselves. s The government likewise Is being overwhelmed with telegrams which It Is utterly unable to answer save by public announcement of Its grat itude. In the criticism President Wilson la only mildly assailed here and there, since word haa gnne to the presa from official iiunrters that he la nnt to be taken to task. The as. Hertlnna upon which alrrss Is laid are that the proposed peye lacks II elements nf Justice and conforms In no way to thn prcaldenta 14 points, while Indignation Is expressed over terma characterised aa unbearable and as spelling slavery for the tier- man people. Home or the protea tanla declare they are deeply moved and outraged by the provisions of the treaty, while others expresa deep contempt for what Jlhev call a 'bru tal peace jif force ' The cxprrnlon n verdict or dram la one ire- quenlly used. fllcted with slrlnghalt. blind sIhk gers and u couple of other high grade ailments. France la an elegant locality In which to stage a war. iulslde of that t abaohilelv refuse to commit myself It rains ipille n bit over there. Yes. Indeed, something like nS days out of each vear It rains In France; and It snows tbe rest of the time Hut seriously, I want to mention the !0lh division, thaf t iklahoma and Texas outfit. Fighting fools they were, and they are coming home in .lune. When yon hear the Saint Mihlel, Argonne and the Mcune men tioned, think of Iho flfiih I have Just reached familiar stomping ground after spending eight ifiontliM charing dutch soldier over hill-, down dales and through valleva in l!ic territory herrinforu alludid to ..The rha'-c w.in more or Irpa suc cessful. Yea. bo' Those saur giaut fiends dli-placd so much i-pecd in hreexlng toward tiermany that thev found It nci esharv to travel nlilew ise to keep from flying. However, you couldn I hliiine them An American ynuUi uinnd with a hlgh'povvei- iiflc and a havoiict la Incentive rnutiKh I c.iiiKe anbolv lo ,iep live,) In lli" opporlle (II recilon. Hef praii-e. thev lei inc. la some Ihlnir like niiie-riKhtlis scandal Hill I have explicit orders to mention I ii v own accomplishments In ambling "over the lop." So I anhle for'h and I announce to the world at lane th.it five ( ierinii n i eaed being among I ttiose preeent hcriuiMe of one iirmyj r;fle operate v luvaelf e mi-; I' Has great little war ! A irrcil little Hi, llpleeil c i based the dutch froui llei :-i Howilv I all. I vviiiil.l - cnasmg iiiem vel !l i a bum h of t'i"-e beer bloa-ed na i lives of 1 e u : Ma n.l hadn't managed. I to call Hie U'-i and Ktt llvflil popped. AMBULANCE UNIT ME TOMORROW Exact Hour Not Known but Officials Will F?o Noti fied in Ample Time. I STAGE SET FOR WELCOME Arrangements Complete for City to Show Appreciation .. of Overseas Service. GO THROUGH WEST VIRGINIA Train Arrives nt Charleston on Sunday Morning on Way .to Tulsa. The Tula amliul,ince company No. 1(17, accompanltil hy 17 casuals, arrived In I'harlealon, W. V, Hun day nidrnlng en route to Tulsa, w here they are expected lo arrive Tuesday, according lo the tclcaVam received bv The Tulsa World Hiinday night from one of ths memhrra of the company. Although It la not known definitely the eact time the men will arrive thev are expected Tues day morning, for which time all ar rangement have been made for a grand parade before they embark for Camp Howie, where they will he demnbollxed. Kveryfhlng haa heen act for the welcome and the commute on ar rangements I ready for the big guns to fire within an hour' notice. All the whistles In the city will blow In honor of the returned heroes and a holiday will be proclaimed through out the city. All kfrvlne Mon Out. One of the special feature of Ihe day' program being urged hy the committee I for every ex-soldler. sailor and marina to wear their unl- rnrm and become a member of "America greatest army" once again before the cluthea are dii carded. The plan aa arranged I lo give the boy a welcome greater than the one received when they arrived on foreign soil, lo show them ihe ap preciation for their nohle work and bring back the memory of the ' old town," The boy expect a welcome but Uiey are going to receive one greater than can be anticipated Although complete plans have ber arranged for the ambulance company a tone word haa been received by Mrs. ('. K. Lahman, the adopted god-mother of tre company and chairman of -the commute on ar rangrmenta, that H7 'casuals will arrive with our hoy. The notice haa been too abort to call fnmllles personally and ask them to take one or more of the caauala home, so It la earnestly urged by the commit tee that every home In the clly be ready lo adopt one of the boy for that day. The members of Ihe casual company, although strangers to the amhulanrers. have seen service overseas and have heen In all sec tor of the battle front. Weliume Strangers I'nleaa the families In the ritv Volunteer to take rare of Ihese rvaauais tney will toe left In Ihe rily sleme.. all being stranger n this pari of Ihe country. The bova are going to Judge Ihe city by Ihe reception I they receive and although every one will tie Joyful over Ihe return of Tulsa own boy, part of the wel come must he directed lo the atrang nra who fought so nobly and did their share In the conflict aa did oth"r units. When the bova arrive at tbe sta tion each one will be presented wllh a flag and a carnation by Mra. Harry Ashby, In charge of the canteen work The parade will be formed at the Frisco siajlon and will go south on Main to Klghteenth; F.lghteenth to Hoston; north on Huston to First street; west to Main; Main to Hrdy and from Hradv lo the Con vention hnll. where the grand re. cepilon will he given them. At the Intersection of each street ihere will he automobile filled with flowers which will he given to the bova hv local glrla. the Idea being to shower Main street with fragrant flowers tin account nf.the limited time the liov will have In the city It has been arranged lo limit the speaking so that they will have the longeat poasl tile time to spend and friends Uh their relntlv es I The officials In charge of Ihe re cepimn and welcome will be notified ahead Ihe exact time the hovs will arrive at the station and the rltl- r.ena III be given plenty of lime lo reach Ihe station before the train ar. rives. All the church .hells and whistles In the c-Hv will announce Ihe approach of the train and will cotlnue to ring until Ihe bova debark from the train and are formed for the parade ' TWO SCORE PERSONS HURT IN COLLAPSE OF STAIRWAY ST. LtH IS, May II. More than two score persona were Injured. 10 seriously, when a stairway leading to n dancing floor over a cafe al Forest I'ark Highlands, 11 pleasure resort, collapsed n I g h . Police estimated more than 100 persons were on Ihe aiairwav when the i rash occurred and many were precipitated to the ground Soldlera. visiting the park were presaed Into service to usalst the po lice In controlling the fritrlnened crowd. The Injured were taken, to hospital!. Start of Ix- .i-.,..lsV in j. ... . '.- I i . ,.- V"-'.n., tf,7 f ' V- ' '' t-i' ... - sw"rSlt i . ft.'- l"ie'- ,-V7 A remarkable pholograph showing Ihe actual "hop off" of the three trans-At luntln seaplane, at llockaway I'oini naval station May The planea have Just taken to the water, the Ni'.S leading. Fa.or'.d r?v a hi !n7h, W ,'L""r !', " '""r C tilted Hlate, navy Nf iua,1r,, started for Halifax. N H . ml , I, , ' uubl t i,? " "'V Atlantic. Fact, seaplane carried a crew of six, Including Ihe commander and em h wclnhcd In - liu liidlng Ihe cargo - at approximately 21.000 pounda. BUYERS OF LIBERTY NOTES 15 MILLION Treasury lanursi l-etlmate on llaala of Idiiima I nmi All I raJcral llcwrxei IMatrbia. ANNOUNCE TOTAL MAY 23 Full Amount of lan Taken Will Not IU Tabulutcd IVi-fom Hint Time It la AiiiiouiksmI. WAHiriNflTfiN. May 11 Fifteen million Americana bought Victory liberty notea lii the campaign which closed lust night, according tn estl mate received today by the treasury from federal leaerve bank. Thla com pa rev wllh about SI, 000, 000 pur chaaera In the fourth Liberty loan, IT.UftO.lion lii Ihe third. . 000,000 In the second and 4.000.000 in the flral The treasury announced today that the official tolal probably would not be known before May .'.. Iliinks-'-will have until May JO lo report their auhscrlplton to federal reserve banks and ihe federal re serve bank will report to tho treas ury by May !4. The number of subscriber In the Kansas Clly district wa esllmattid at HOO.OOO. v Tho other il lair let could not esti mate accurately their subscriber but should bring th total no tn 15.. OliO.ooo the treasury announced. 1 nofftcial advices from Iho At lanta and Knllaa district Indicated they probably reached their riuotas Thn hannas City district reported a total of lir.V-taii.r.ii Oklahoma's subscription totaled 129,490. OdO. Atlanta estimated that every state In that district would reach Its quota. Florida. Mlaalaalppl and Tennessee were all afily over. Tcnoessco led the stales of that district In over siiIiki rlpllnna. VANDERLIP SEES PEACE ONLY IN AIDING EUROPE By Ths Aiwirlalixl I'reu. LtiNII'iN. May "There are no terms wrltlen In the treaty that can bring peace to F.urone." atd ("rank A. Vanderllp, president of the National City bank of New York, to the Associated I'resa, before sailing for New York yesterday after sev eral week In Kngland and on the continent. "Th r a Ireaty of peace will he the plan whereby Kurope will be able to get -machinery, rolling slock and raw materials, and be placed In a position in help herself The outstanding feature of the situation la the paraljxis of produc tion "In Fiigland more than l.ooO.OflO people arc receHMng tegului grains from the government herause of nil. employ merit, and the number 1 rx pectei) lo grow 'he lltljiah army is further demobilized. In Helvtuio kOn.onn are leielvina mir in n lov men l aid "The government or Holland la giving siibs'ldi '.e, food lo tneei the uncniplov meiit IMK- la dcKling nh an arniv of cioplov mi nt . In I'.-eibo Slovakia the illlllia if d lantaa nua - n have been readied Kven liy a purely iigr I'-u liui a I co.iiitrv like 1 1 n -mania, the f.iriii-iM nn wltlioiit anl mala mill thiie I- not enoutih aeed to plant the fields " DYNAMITERS ARE ARRESTED ON DEPORTATION WARRANTS I'llli'Ai.'i, Muv II, Mra Maria 'Nardipi. li r husband, l'aiiiije, and (Adolpli and .luaeph Fratesl. nnder senieii, e of 2.1 yearn In connection IMsx-usm tircck I'liina. 'with conp!racv churK'-a made as a B Th. a.irn.ie,l pre... I lesult if activities ,,f the niitliorliles i I'.MtlH. May I I . - I'rcsidertt Wil j following the Immli etplosmn which I son Intended to spend the dav In the i wrecked the Milwaukee police sta- country, hut Ihe French itemier. M t..n. killing lime -fitiiiH:enu-ii unit a I 'leniencemi. the lliltlh f.nilmi a.j woman. twwvnin H'i. were arrest-i i-d lierc'al'id.i V (lu gov erillnem ,11 n.ii ' illon waliatit- I he pntii i- --av the fo.md radical I.u-i.i'ii it urg.ug ,i uprHlng .lulv i m ti.niie :,"o u ii a plopuwi-il MIK- in ll.Ji.Mt i-f OHIV enW-rll In free Tom i,c.nv l.i' fomla labor lrdii, now a'-ivm-life sen'eiiLU Planes From Rockaway Beach - ,.a' tt-.r.il T) German Spy Report Is Brdndtd False in Official Note rAfllS, May 11. - An official noie Issued today says that a Herman correspondent aenl to Ihe Neu Welner Tageblatt a di palrh that Ihe hotel at rallle wllr the German delegate are housed la full of aples, acting a hotel attendant and that micro phlnes have been Installed In all the room. The not brand Ihe report aa an odlnu and caluninou Invenllon nil say If It I repealed the French government may find It necessary lo eipel the German corresponds. GOMPERS PROTESTS MEXICAN LABOR LAW r-rcaUlrnt Mif leoV-rnlion of Taihnr Telegraph Mcxbai City Against l'rMMil lavglalatlnn. WA8HINI1TON, May 1 1. Protest against the adoption nf labor legisla tion approved by President Carranxaj and now belng considered at the aitftclnl rutaalnn ll. IVIIBn e.m.l .r... i ...i. i.. a . . i.. grass, haa been telegraphed to the secretaries of the Mexican senate by Hamnel llnmpere, prealdenl of the American Federation of laihor. and head of the I an-American Federa tion of Labor, and John Murray and l aniito I'argas. officials of Fan- American organisation I "The umendmenla proposed lo Ihe Mexican constitution which are now being published through the depart ment of gnliernaclnn, If accepted at the special session of emigres, will neprlve the Mexican -working men of the right of strike and thut of col lective bargaining." said the tele gram. "In the name of the organ lied labor movement of I'an-Amerlra and as representative of the I'an Amerlcnn Federation of lahor, we. the undersigned offlelnla protest against the adoption of the proposed amendments. The civilised natio.ia of the world are about in establlali the prlnrlplo that thn nation which shall bn deprived of the right of strike Is nation of slaves la-t Mex ico enjoy Ihe lofty Ideal nf her con motion aa at present In force " The amendment piopnsivl bv ''resi dent t.'nrranxa, which the labor of flelnls oppose, adda o thill section of the article dealing wl'h strikes and loikouis, this Oenlence: ' KalahllHhmeiiis or concerns of private ow nersh lp. whether belong ing lo Individuals or companies and having a public Interest, ahull not he closed down on account of'lnck oula. n'rike or any oilier analogous1 reason wit Moot th aulhorliatlon of the eiecu'ivc who shall ho authorued administer them whenever In hla Judgment the suspension of work nr the closing of the establishment luav pretndli e ihe Inlrrrais of society or Ihe public service requirements." In a letier to the aerreturlea of the senate supplementing this telegram Ihe Pan-American labor officials pro'Med against giving Prealdenl t'arranza authority to selxe proper ties to keep them In operation, de claring thai this would make the executive an absolute dictator as 1 the rlitht nf workmen to engage In collective bargaining. rlary . Arthur .1 Halfoui, and Ire tniec eiileoa of liiri'"- ci'lid III noon, a ml coi.fci i e, it i I in it i l.llilr I i-'oo'l thut the ll-o iK.li.'l II' r.l 1. 1 ilti-K uffaifa vvhl'll v . i : ! l.i. I I k "O Up W I'll i In 'I ' I k If li ll'iiu'ariari ib i-K.ies lo il,e ,(f noon the picai'lell! went (...( un leu lit J uuUimulille liiyi. I,,! r 1 1 m i in I ir - i.v ' .' V:a' M'.ve .-,;v. . y ; J i't;??,w .,('V:' -t m ITALY IS RECEDING' ON CLAIM TO FIUME rarl lleara l ounlry Not Ro Inatata ent ava lYrx biiialy In Demand for fulfillment nt TaoC QUESTION STILL WAITING Coumil nf J)iir Take Ko Artloti Hj I"r Ttewmrtl Holiletncnt la Ks port In rVctich Capital. PArtlf. May 1 1 Italy,' according lo th Kcho d I'arla. ironit Inclined en cease preaalng. for the tlma at least, her claim to Flume and to nemann fulfillment dT tNM traaty or ixinoniv upon, which her Dalma nan claim were originally baaed in several of Ih newspaper the View I taken that It I on the order for Franc and Italy lo conclude al formal liaet nt trlMnrfaklH mA . 1 1 1 . nee. while In some iuartar regret ia expressed that Italy was not In vlied ti Join th" defensive alliance proposed ror France, Ihe I. lilted Hlate and Ureal Hrllaln. fARIfl, May 1 1 Th eounoll of four of lha' peace conference haa not yet taken up th question of rutin ror aeltlemant, aooordlng to the llava Agency. The council of foreign mliiisiera haa nearly finished the work of delimitating the Austro- Hungarian Boundary, it 1 added. I He i ne repuri or ins vartou commit I eea on this problem wer adoolal In Ihelr entirety. TWO NEGROES KILLED, 17 INJURED IN RIOT Ncvcn f.liicjarjieu Among Thratc Hounded In llatllo at ( harlc. Ion, S. I'., Saturday Night, CI! A H LKflTON, H. C, May II A rount today by the police showed two negroes were killed and 17 In jured In a riot last night with civil ian and sailors. Hcven bluejacket also were reported aa wounded. As aiesull of the disorder, men at ihe navy yard and thn naval sta tion wcrn not permitted to leave their riunrler and meanwhile the naval iiiithorlllra assisted th police In a general Inquiry. Thla, It waa said, illaclosnd that the trouble started when Isaac Moctor. a negro, was futility wounded after he had shot a Bailor. In a short whll nearly 2.000 soldlera were on the aiieets ami In the rioting many In nocent negroes were shot, and beaten. One of the negroes w'na dragged from a street rar and ahot and budly w minded, w hlln a crowd In f rgnt of a cafe looked on. Practically all of th rifles talven hv Ihe soldiers from shooting gal leries which they raided during the rloilng were recovered today and Ihe marines, ordered out last night to palml Ihe streeta. w ere withdrawn. TWO SHOOT EACH OTHER TO DEATH IN LOUISIANA Kllltl-; FI'iiltT. 1 . May li Henry Coi krell, blacksmith, Mged (ij. and Mutthew IVriell, fanner, shot i-ai h other to ilcaih thla uftcrnoon when t'o'kiell found Terrell in u I'loin with Mi t. 'in k re 1 1 at the home of Uii'hurd Huresi her fallier, reald Ing ut I iiIiiii Hall, eight miles east, of I 'ouali.i tin, li. 'he coroner made thia report after hoarinn thn only w I'm -s-ti-N, Mih. t'oi krcli and icr lliieo children, . Mr. t oikinll had enleie.l suit for i-cT.viiut i b Ii u'.'.an. calle.i at the I hii'lM' 111, a after noon an, I uiakrd 10 'lake tlnii boy for a walk. When he I l. i ii-in il mi, IH i-id T'-i ri l; talking ! 1 t 1 ei ill- he mIio" Til re ; ihrec i lin e- A i liu- irier fc In- Kra-pcd 'a -'iMii-uii lo'irhv and n'iiici a loa.t of hu' hshot into t'ockrcU a stoma, -h I t'.o'.h mi n UcJ In u few iikjuuloa. Marshal Will Depart Today, Say Dispatch From Paris. WANT PRISONERS BACK Germans Send Notes Ask ing Return and Labor Alteration. ENVOYS LEAVE FOR BERLIN Six Hun Delegates Go to Capital From Versailles. WILSON FORMULATES REPLY President Takes Active Hand in Wording Mes sage to Enemy. LONDON. May II Marshal rooti 1 returning lo the front tomorrow, according to a neuter dlapatvh from I'arla. PA FUH. May il.Tha 0rman delegation at Versatile In notea transmitted Haturday night do M. Clemeneeuti president of the peace conference prnpoaea change In the clause of th pear treaty ooverlng labor problem and aak lhal prisoner of war b returned Immediately after the dgnlng of th preliminaries Th note ugget th Holding of a Joint labor convention at Vraallle for ronalderathm of th point ralaed. Bstlfacton I expressed with th labor claue In general, but tt I pointed out that tHky cover princi ple! already In foroe In Germany tiwhtt they do not o far anouih. Th German uggat that the) ! bor agreement be oonalderd nt th propoaed confereno along th line of th concluilon to th labor oon frnr tt July, tilt. Th not relating I prienner rlt lekw th clause dealing with th re turn of prisoner of war tad MM that they he rturnd Im mediately after th atgnlng of prellmlnarl and that adeouate aupplle of food and clothing he guaranteed themi It I cnnaldered In peace oonfereno cir cle that the treaty a it stand pro vide amply for thla point. Th note hav not yet been Idered hy th eounell of four, but will be taken up tomorrow. me replies which the eounoll nf four sent to th preceding Oerman note made publlo Haturday war drawn up aooordlng to th Temp, with th pereonal and particularly active collaboration of President Wllaon. VRRBAIIXER. May LI Addition. al commulcatlon from th Oerman peaoa mlaaton wer submitted today In sealed - envelope through th French foreign office. Th foreign office alone I cognisant of the na ture of trie document. vvinaiiTTva - . 1 a i - I r,iionuujr.i, maw oia in i ,i bar of the Uerman peace mlsalnn left Versatile last night for Ilerlln. They Include Carl Leglen, head of th Oerman tradea union confederation I I'rlvy Councillor F.berbach, repr. entiatly,-a of th mlnlatry of rail road lrhd Herr Hohmldt if th foreign offlne. All three men rank a nnmmlaelonera next tn Importance to the plenipotentiaries. Herr (lleahert. fount Oberndnrff end several other Germane attended mas today, while the usual email party went to the Protestant church. The remainder of the delegation worked part nf th day on Uerman counter-propoaitlons to th entente demands. Count von Brookdorff-nantxau la still In Versatile but It la eonldr4 hnMlhl. V. a arlll Imu. I V. I- L. Herlln. Th counter proposal on which the subordinate member of th dele gation ar at work ar not expected to n ready oeror neat week. That they are to be of considerable length la Indicated by th purchase today by th Oerman of 20 000 sheet of paper. Today, as on Haturday. Count yon Ilrnckdorff-Ilantzau took a long promenade In thn park with flv of hi colleague, evidently discussing the term of the treaty. Ijiter th count took an automobile drive. Arrangements for the reception of the Austrian delegation will not be rnmnleted tiefore the end nf the week, na two of thn fninlllle whose ' villus are to he requisitioned must find new quarters. CREDENTIALS TO FRENCH TO BE GIVEN BY MEXICAN f'A m.aj May 11. Alberto J. Panl. Mexican minister to l-rance, slated today he had received notification that he might present hi credential t the French foreign offlc on May 1J Thla notice came, the mlnleter said, a! the moment the Mexican press was announcing hla departure for Spain. The Mexican government Issued a s'atement on April 13, setting forth ilia. Senor Panl had held creden- I tiul.a us minister to France since llieceniher of lust year, but he had been iiliaMe to present his creden ' t:ala In the French government. It I waa added, Pieaident I'arrania had 'ordered that Senor Paul together with Ihe legation corps, proceed from Franco for Spain to await cabicil instruction. . . .