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RELIABILITY - CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
Lets LrO!
July 10th
VOL XIII, NO. 270.
THE MORNING
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
FINAL
Edition
4 o'clock A. M-
TULSA. OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY. JUNE 21, 1919.
16 LACKS
PRICE 6 CENTS
HUN CABINET OUT-BERNSTORFF MAY SIGN
PLAN DEFINITE
LEAGUE ACTION
Sfnat'" Opponents Continue
Conference TodftE to Ex
press Disapproval.
PAPAL CONTROL IS CLAIMED
Sherman Says Roman Catho
lic Nations Hold Sway;
Debate Is Hitter.
MAY DECLARE WAR AT END
proposal Made" to Delay Con
sideration of L I a ffUt ;
Surest Round Robin.
WxslllNfJTMN, June in Whlie
thf MUM til threshing over If
(gag Of the league f nation. o..n
lrovrrv today In four hoiira of inn
nlng ilrl.ale, league n p po n c h t r an
tcl a revival of aentlmeti: for MB!
lefliin action on the gobjtol
The debate turned up h new MM
hen It wan charged iti.it tin- I. igui
wen : lime a majority of It ,
Catholic member who might '. e In
fluenced to bring the whole .in'.lxel
wori.1 under the domination of Ihl
va'iren. ,
Th .llaeuetlon OUttldg the serai
rhamtitti regarding the course "t
Ittgii "tiponentt devoted OOntldtl
gljlt difference of opinion among
the leader, and failed to product
an) definite plan of ait Ion t nm
an), however, that prngrei ha I
Ben made toward an ugic-merit.
In theae dli owinm Klihu Hoot
former secretary of ttate. waa a cen
tral figure. lalkltiK over Ihl gitll
tlon with Henatoi Knoi. republican
Pern-v ,v anla. anl other nppotlllmi
leader. Tonight Chairman Lodge
of the foreign relation committee,
who had heen expected to he ah
ttnt on hualneat until Monday, te
;umil to the capital to take .i.irt In
the conference and dev clnpinen la
which may follow
Mat Oo Over,
lonit aenatora thought the op
position would bring It plan Lg -he
paint of action tomorrow ;Ut
MM COUld go on record tic'or
U peace negotiation end t cr
eCta Monday The more g.
l4ii-:ion, however. veil., that ihe
Mrt would go over Into nttl
wa Senator Sherman. riNt
"can. I llnol. who Introduced the
"Ugloii feature Into today' itr
bttt lleculllng the traditional in
Pl claim to temporal power, he
rnl thai the 24 delegate rep
reamting Catholic nations in tin
"e cmhly would hold in then
Banda a dmigemut power to reunite
churrh and Rtatg.
Senator Aahurt, democrat. Arlxn
J. replied to the peech at length
ecarm the Inference, drawn were
"monir,ui anrl would not I... tuket
triune, i y any tenslhlc man Btn
tor Mieppard. democrat. Tt I II
aloftxi the league, a Offering
'hi f:imet barrier again! Wtl
human.tt bag et known A half
jloten .titer senators were ill aw t.
Into lh ill uatlon before n vv.,
r
Rtnjppon Kaoa PIm
enn.t.leratlon of opol:lon plant
enterj ground Senator Km x rei
tgttort li which the senate would
Ja Uigi it ta permitted U pa, or
'ha pej.a tirmi without ac cptlni
r reja, ting for the preaent the
"M i' ' f nation.
Aa an alternate cotiree, rg
em dltcoaglon of Ihtroduoliuj
Win' reaolutlon In OaUM H. ininnv
Ifna Ihl treaty, loolgrlng Ihl w II
m an ,n.. with the objtl t of rtlltl
jig "Miajrc,, of Ihe blgml I"i oan
!n'J ll i .n gondltloiM grhllg rutlfl
'Uon i f n,e p.u-t i ill : iv i
'ill Hnn'her propowl content
''' .t . i mi round i iti to n.if
gUfl atlon of the ilrtBttb of Mil id
PfMltlon In the trei: in Itg ptl
I rm am r then i tpedh nti
re e,, , Pl,n,s u f, dbw na
tion Ion 'irrow nfteiitoni
BARTL ESVILLE MAN DROWNS
WHILE SWIMMING IN CREEK
la T.. Wgrld.
.lARTLIttVJIaMt, Okla, Jum ."1
ueii r(h erampa whltg gwlmmlng
""'I Ihl 0MO) I IVet III ii th
oteiei, -ireet hrnlaje this .if -
"! purpnar of In lnr a ahackle
' i ilen Merry :'f, ear Old r
nrii ye of thi Cudohy Oil rompgn)
mi id ,., bay fore hi- compatTtcn"
JJJJJ raaeue him Borry had tied i
io hi wriHt. th" Ddhcf end
wig iid feiiow worker on iho
MM An he Mink Ihl noil pullod
5! " ropg nut the swift currant t m
rjd Ihe hod) tinier the rnotM f f ti
- . i nmu K'l nor "
' ' I to due to dlaenlancle the
HM Tlie body wa re. otere.l within ,
"Ju'tutM, ami the pulmotor whh
MM but railed 10 rOOUOtlMtO the lc-
S . M" I'-avea a wife an. I two
W'idret,
SKIATOOK MAN STRUCK BY
LIGHTNING; IS KILLED
: H ; iTHER
TX1U9A tlft Junn 3" Miimum,
; in i n i mi. mi "7 Miuth indi, paii-y
I "'!. IftM of fm
I "I I t A PIHU Blirl Hunrlt'
ptrUy rtmulf prvbabJ fHiJ hun
... MtiuH f
l(k.NMH Hnii.1.v u4 SuhHit
Hfiiid, probAt'ly n( Irr hrr
y uT tk vs fctariiu 4 jwiiif
Wwn TBXAl 0lilr4A '! ujp
lt Mftlf i WW
h LSH III Partly rldinrfy Haturdir
nil M ii mlm Willi rniiition (rble'
Mil ihuhdrr ttjrr. irrmr Hl
a rATBui wiiii
'n i hi tiitl I'd Ilka
Dt him him irtsi ;
I d lib- in tittr him piioiigh 4wmr
rldtv M fVlt tFltf . .1
I 1 a. fn luff thai twl ' mln poaifat
lb world's rrmivn,
And VNI with hMttfl tiiodMif urrn'
lidn rrown
Mu I r.thri (ban Ota fnrtuna and h
'-re lhai hr tnav win
I'd . . k lo hat him lal hit Hill
trouh)g atth a grin
I hn that ha'll ha tliftf and I tw,
II ! ro hla worth.
1' dna'ti'd aUml Ma r-niiqnrata ainca
Itir innmnl ( hit tiirili
I ho pa ha'll iam l rrchani, for tfeo food
lhal h ran do
But ' ' rathrr hav hlrn manly, and
I'd rathrr ha him t ru .
And whrn diapomimn(t r I ml hire, aa
I know On- mua. mm, day
I'd lika tdi hatf inm BJaMl Ihtoj in a
Irata and hr f ut way.
hrn IMiWf heat him fairly, I don't
want lhat ton o mtna
To bfllltlfl hit ounrni or lo whimpor
r to whma;
I o ' t ar m bai h loaaa, if
hr krl hit frrord iri
And llOl hat th rtt M ellwthli though
hia bodf'i black and blj
I ho, - io koa him happy, but whan
trouhle mra hia day
Id Ukfl to hav- hi in lake it in a manly
tort of way
Cop) right luivr by Kdgar A (Inait
NO SETTLEMENT
IS YET IN SIGHT
Car Operatives ant". O. U. R.
Stand Firm on Position
Over Recognition.
MORE MEN TO JOIN WALKOUT
Union Movement Crows; Two
Cars Operated at Sapulpa
Boycott Orgaaisad.
INTERURBAN CARS RUNNING
No Effort to BiTMade to Re
numc Local Ser'ice To
dai ; Situation Acute.
A WHITE ELEPHANT FOR SALE
What the Carmen Want
Hoard of arhllratlon
Itelnalntement of four dig-
liatged men
Itecgnltlon of Tu!a aectlon.
J2 of the Amalgam a tod Amo
oclatlon of Sit i i t ami Kleciric
Railway BmployM of Ajnorinii
Congidormilon ol eniority.i
Hame wage acale.
IRK BRIEFS
si i ii ctiMMi n I I
lint i.Mtt.i it uun
U SHI(;TmN, June JO Peel
on of the enate military utc'm
n iltee to ptovlde f(,r an army of
40" 000 for the next flcal year, waa
upheld hy Ihe full comuilttee to
nlg.t In coneldering the army ap
propriation bill.
WnjBON rot Uf
ooauoaaiow eoott,
fir Th i . i I preia
I'AltlS June HO -President Wll
ion, II waa learned today, haa de
cided to uppolt ' a rommlaalon to ln-
nM riportld pogrrm In To
land It will romilt of aeven mem-
' hern, hotdod by Henty Morgenthau,
i furnie' unthaiwador 10 Turkey
ITXI.I Ns lit At KIT
DALMATIAN FIAT
I'AltlS. June JO -Th Italian
, delegation to the peace conference
I htg heen directed from Home lo
tOOipl Ihe propoattlnn for the aet
j .lenient of tlie I lalntatiOtl i-ontro-veray
OMot hv i'lemler t'lemen
ceati. Lloyd QMrgl and I'traident
Wll. on to the Cat office of Heu-
i ti ry injntttd.
ise KiLLan) i inn
in Pim hi ii Bl
SAN .M SN. PortO RUO June 50.
Ong bundrod and fif' peton, in-
' eluding many children are reported
killed Of Injured :n tjie de'rucl!nn
h) fire lt night of a motion pic
I lure theater gl Mawigue Th
bodlgg Ol It unidentified peraons
ft i, .wnd front the ruin to-
l.i v
WK1M VR CCTOPT
ll R Ml v it I K I
n, t ii laaeeiitad PraM
WKIMAH. June 11 Weimar o
nlh' com phHaly cut off from
r. tt iv eomwunlca mn with all ec-
iloni of Oormtny booauM of a sud
denly called railway atrlke Air
plane, and the telegraph are the
Only mean, .if comniurtcitlnn io-v-irnminl
circle ee In the strike a
m w Bpartaran attempt act ntl the
goTtrnmint,
n awoogrfli'Mial dlapaUtt (. rim
Uorl, laic I Tlit, nighl xtniol thai
tl jkj of so i u I pn Mould MMgnpl
to take ot mill OPOMIC tlie sa
iului i ir Maoti
K It INiwh-r. I'll) omint-liiticr
of pafeita nffiiirx, i. .,. for okia-
lioma Illy Kiimlay wlo-rc ho will
innfcr wllli in. mi- i of tin- or
poralliin enniWlon M.mln with
a rleaj in -i .i i. ii -I. i . ... iin- city4,
rljrhfn In tin- at rota car tliup
rrotiwt fmm eJtkMM tiro illlng
up DfMMM "I la. I. of i lt Iran,
noftaliranji ..fflitnle of tin- okla
lioma I'nlmi nniany nn' nalil to
UHC .lull. I till-) will liol nN-rnlc
(in wittioui poUog DPOMMIOn
nlileti ll) omctafcl will not bC
rrantc.1
With boUp car operator and offi
cial of the Oklahoma Union Hall
way company refuting to budge
from the eland, each faction ha
taken on the laaue which create 1
the dlaiurbance, recognition of the
union, the entire eliuatlnn la In a
deadlock, with little plumper: of an
early settlement
Two car on the Sapulpa line enn
t 1 1 ii led the only eervlce in operation
Friday night, in-cording to official
of the rood The onl'lre ervtce at
Sapulpa and In Tulaa una paralvre.l
lat night hut liitcrurhn cam run
throughout the dav on boUfly ched
ule Company official any they will
maintain Ihl rchedule.
Thla condition wa brought nhout
Fridav wheiK according to Buportn
tendent Mlllei. Ihe Htrlke moventen"
gtampMod the majorlt) of the men
Who flocked over to Ihe union of
flolala concede that the union tir
ganltatlon moyomtnl gained Donald
irabti monintunt Kriii tftarnoon
tin. I that the rate at which the eut
ployea dewerled Ihe company waa
aurprtalng
At Hapulpa the attuaUon I de
acrlbod gcutl nn l It I mated that
hecaue of aentlinent creute.l Ihere
for the men due to Htateuient frotn
official of the rogd which tppOaVTod
In the prenw organlted laimr of ll
pulpit .'igrefd tint lo uav any article
transported tn that city by the
tikinhnma Unton m relet a gacond
m.iae meeting wa acheduled for Fri
dav night aT Sapulpa, tOOO riling to
atrlker from that city.
For two liny the car aervli-e at
Sapulpa haa boon crippled. It waa
attempted lo operate all car here
until afternoon Friday when the
landalldi In favor of the union lorctd
the company to wnh i nil of it
car with the exception .if the Sa
pulpn vohlolM
Hond offlelala evl denied chagrin
at Ihe gttrprUIni turn of affair lnce
thev had heen of Ihe opinion that
the men were atlfeil t'nlon men
atated that no prMgUrg had he. ti
brought lo l"ir ition Ihe emplove
OOXTINt ro ON 1'AllK 71 V E
TwiTAxrflyii?.-
NOTHINe 00IN&,
SrVWlNftW fOU ME.
IV i
aaai aw r ' i
crr- -. - v ' . l.cw.rrex-,' o , -
t
-v.jg l
General Ervvin Refuses
to Meet Mexican Rebels
ACCUSERS ATTACKED ! Villa Lorn Cook
SHARPLY BY PALMER GaJLWJSL.
i um.N iifuri i it my
LABOR MAN CORRECTS Replioi to Communica-
PAGE MISSTATEMENT
II. J. Mi-t'Mii", IViwhlcnt Of laitr
loiigrtvM, sin ajMttMM PyujtM
N.u 00adggJMM
n j IfoCanng, president of ini
Tulmt Ijil.or congrea. ataled lo The
World lat night that the report that
the I.al.or cnngri a hun re)ecled the
water bond lu i decidedly erron
eou. t 'ominlttee have heen ap
pointed I" make an exhnuatlw h uiIv
i.f the Hpmlnaw nfojtot and a meet
Ina will be called at a future date
when the mailer will he i onaldet ed
thoroughly.
Tin- meeting held Thursday night
OOnfllOtOd with that of another or
ganltatlon culled ai Oarpontorg hail
aio and thi Labor oongrtM vu
forced t., ge way It ttieiltlig be
tion Received From
General Angelas.
SEAL OE VILLA RULE
Courier la Sent Back
With Refusal; Baker
Asks Enlistment!.
F.I. I'ASo. Texaa June It." de
rllne to have any communication
whataoetir with you or ytiur prin
cipal." llrlg Hen Ja-nea lr Krwln
rtplMd today to a communication
rtOOlVOd trOBI len Felipe Angelea.
IturiW) l.eneml I . I, ,t. -. it n
MttW rttW Hearing Hujm
.i -etna ii Interval. Aaaall lllnv
CONFIRMATION IS PROBABLE
Inillmilon tv lUv.imnutKlatlon
Will lie Ma.ha nml llcaHnga
gul' kly I nib. I ti I 'aiHtal.
WAHHINOTON. June 10 Attnr
ney denertl I'almer, at the flrt ptih
Uc hearing In the fight In prevent
. iiiiflttavlllon l,y the aenale of n ap
polntment, turned aharply today
upon hla gggMMrg and boldly chatged
that they were aligned with Merman
Intereatt In a rnncerled atlempi to
iii. it. iii hi idmlnttl ration tUtk
pioperty cuatodlan
I tilt ing the year and a half he wa
In charge of ihe offing, Mr Pal mil
BL I'AH'i. Text, June 10
Villa It without a coog I'atqual
Caaaretll. an Italian, who haa bean
with Villa fine n ttarted hit
present campaign, ctogaed ih bor
der Monday ami todr wat ar
raigned kg MM a I'nlled State
commlaaloner charged with vlo
lallng the pattpOri law.
Ctaaretll aald h wag with Villa
when American artillery flrtt flrtd
Into Mexico laat Sunday night.
"We wr under a tret about a
mile from th race track," he gald.
"Tho tlnglo cannon In Fori Ml
dalgo had Jnat fired a tolld thot
which hit In th field nearby. We
all laughed at (hit That cannon'
only Hint 'boom' nd hurt nobody
"Then we beard aomelhlng
down near th American bolder
go )b POM' and Ihere waa long
'aw I I th' en Hug with a 'hang' right
cause of the prior Olalm "f the other I aiinot) night
dei'lnred h had been denounced by1
every enemy alien and every friend r,, ,
ami aitornev m e i-i enemy in ini . o.. ,iln trllta
.... m Hiding revolutlonai y foli c, in country and that In Hcrlln he wa n(j ga)optd away toward tht
Mexico regarding Ihl rotton Amer characlerlaed a the "official Amerl miiuiitaln '
nan tioopH I'luaai'd HI liol Iter Utt piowpxecattl e.ver) iiteuu oi tne
40. 'ion alien whoae Brooorl had
body and for thlg roaaon the congrea A courier fiom tleneral A ngelM I 71 w" " an' mug nun. it-
could not go Into the mallet thm u amp near Saimil i ut a Jn OlilMI 00 MUM hi organisation had
oughlv and give the proposition the gOUtk of the hurdet lodlj dtllVOrod """, tirrtperty and captured
eonildoratlon that a QUMUOt Of thta I 'bl Mmmunicailon lo li.neral h 'letman Idduatrlul army In the
ImportancO Ihonld hav- Kiwln It wa lgne, by (lenei.il Mi I t'I'ed State It would be ahown.
Mi Met 'mn took i i. i. 'ii. n tn the Ki a ami t in., -..u or villa."" ' iriwiswiiiw, uawi no- vsi
rof ttona upon ll Ed Warren nnd revolutionary gi.vernment,
declared thul the uii'iivm able men-i The reply 7M t rantni 11 ted M 'len
lion of him wa iin)nt and uncalled ; eral Angi .es ) the u nite courier.
Charlie Page- -Tax-Dodger
for Mr Warren trtt out of the city
and for this ronton wa unable to
Itttnd the meeting
WOULD GRANT BANKS RIGHT
FOR FOREIGN TRADE STOCK
the tevolu-
who left Immodiatoli f
tloiiat v hi aibiuat let
"There I. bill 0JII gnve'timent In
MeXlCO recogntged by tin. I'tllled
tlrular ihargea lodged iigalusi him
were not based on the ground that
he h nld enemy plant at ton low
a price, but that he had old them
to Americans who had turned them
to pt oflhible account
l or nearly five hour the entte
NEGRO KILLED WHEN
HE ATTACKS OEEICER
H lllliinw Wtfl known In POtMt
t iMltt Sllol lo Ii. .ill, by 'a.
tratggaM Pack, Ni-gni-
I In
ty rive hi.nrs tin- sens', t vv ntiiiam. tugto wen Known
States of Amirl ml It appear that f . '7, V' . . . . . . . . " ' J .7. T.L. U iV.i .ViLI i .iih !
II liman I n k, u:.. I negro, at tlie
HI ' Th. World
kt
JNlTA. i ik In . Jiini ;n charie 1
ora .a . .1
kin rvsra ou
-uirT ,
was In-i'a nt iv
ii.,...., i . i . i
- iisniniMK Ol I II I'.'llll "I
Ea two mile eat of Vltttta I
ffj ''tgrnoon, Murray lived at ,
, '""k nd wa reluming from a
, , '" Missouri, totomptnltd l,y
o aughter The children Wl nt
IM hOJIle :ii W'eie llllltl-
I he hgrn In w hl h Murray
f the ruin wgt coveted
'irM
ttllt
uleei roof
i nkja rhartai Pnggi a pnytna txc ajttr gotm othw mime ml .in
.I.. -c.l In iIm- i ut rnoril.. In- Is Ihe great SO) Mt ihxlg. r Hit- sinlc hag
pvt r pftMiUrvwl Hi l vurl Iv ripnltd lo be roeth fr-.m five to ten mil
lino, ot doUar ret the rrxxartw In the raunij lwntreeg nfftce iio iiun
he nnl nnW ihe tmnll iiiitnius' of 111,011 for the ftm iim. in. ti i
pen hit bl) g high gf mgT lot previous u'r
III. fttllt. vail iouih.Hi' of Satnl Sprlng. wati-r. light MM ga . ompi ,los
aye lurnrd In m lnnated" to the Hand krlngt borne ami mitaeryaU'vely
rwllmalrd In Im- irortb tJ.uoo.iiiin. ii uiaeg on UM gimrlnwi lalm of be
lt,.. I'harttghie rnti irprlgeg nn tkn titi nf i raltmllon "f .li.m"1
lb im- ihr moat yalnnble niiinvmi lermlnalg In tlw eity of TuUa nml
ib.. iiun ii d tw-naard hnaehnll prk which ! rarhered the wtj ont "f tiir.-.-
vi-ar- iiy "ii hi vvi.nl ttf tionor tluil he Mould mtf. II In bring the lroii
Mn nut, no mllrntd t" TtllM, l not 00 the lax mils al all. as the ili-. il vvn.
ink- it In the name ol Ihe Hand spring- home
iik us a) 'tiv laiea, pgcloalre of tAate, mnnly and tcorayl levies, in me
pin ,,, it., intah the munlftcienl sum nf 11,414.17, ui bohUrtn on
lair Mhtttlon If nwttcd bv mn olio r i ItttCa, not Irvlnir o cvtli bis ju.i
nart nf ihe ! ol Imerlran gOTrenmctit, si id uiv mi an atiiomiif nl nf
,,, 1,-ss ihan a million ii dinr 'tin- Pahlle M-i-vh.' ( neporatJnnl hi onlj
, ..giis tiii.r iii ihe elertrlt light koglncaa, imv mi a raloalion ..f a million
two httrulrctl IhoUKgnd dollars nml Ills vnrloii" Inl. ri sis an- mm Ii (nor.-
i hat hie in a. tual earning irinrnt Ihan ttiis rompnnj
in gddlHnn m in- ralh-nad in- hog f private pii' line for botiled trater
Mbli b In "i lls In Ihe on ol TulM and on lie- basis of 11 rev. inn- of 1 100
tnv ii nav him i lenal Itt.teVt xtear ill nUlrrxad in- rMlmg brings
in n. t n Hint ot 11.000 I ibiv or l.t:. ooo ,, ), ar, his nlei irli light anil
ivovvcr he aaaert bring Mm a mm UaCMM rrrm fjn.ttoo a moo In in Ihe
,tt, ..t I nl-. i Of tdidO.Oee a egT, a gramt total of eee,fi0e a year to seiy
in it'll ni; of hi" earnings In. in Ills water. gn nml elect rle light tram bis.-.
hi Hand HpHrurx i iclanivr of nil returns from oilier PMHttaM RKMnUlM
ii! ,. tie- nillllong ami ret Ihe kttitth eiwnit). eilf tnd tehoolg recclye the
mnmvnug sum id III.OM
If be isi'tl hi. (iii prownlon of taxes line ttic ettl "f i'ulsn the ell)
m.tiiii im HpaTsnan wntcr lyotean arlthonl adding cent of UMot
io iiihni prrrpeH y tow neit, and vet in- u the chief ggygrkM nbout kggarttated
lave- uud pnblk 'linpn.vv-furut
liit.onury
oi ftm t
with them
WAaMINOTON, June :n - lgi
latlnn to permit all national bu.k
to become sl.u kholder of corpora
tion engtged In promo'lug foieign
tradl wlii he recommended lo con
grtag tomorrow by the fcltral ei
serve board
An amend man I to the federal re
serve act will he eugge.ied, Which
will unlock ,.'ihliH )0O.t0.0OO of
eapl'a! for financing the tritnlddoni
purchaaOg which other nallon dl
lre to mike In thl 00 tin try F)
furnishing a batsg to! l"t term
credit, to MUntrttg aJrealy henvv
in debt lo Ihe United He., action
bj nig! cs in tooordanoo with iht
board't recommendation, la ex
pected to hnten a return to nnimat
condition in Btieopt n1 at tne
same time contribute material! 'lo
the continued prosperity of m lea.
Financial experts of the trtaUrV t
gard the hoar I n recomnietula'l n
as one nf Ihe niott Impor an: step
III reconstruction yet taken
At. present, national b.it k are
limited by law In their ownership
nf s'ock in other inttfptiieg 1
I., nk must hive fl.ono.oon In canl
tl and eurplti. In or ll r to .ipp'y lo
the board for stock In i rorporatl in
Iged in International or forttgn
banking, and may not ltvl nor
than 10 pet cent of lit fatplta and
turpi ug,
.luilgc Is I ' tihul
.Jams Willi. nn the negro charged
with hurglxritlna- the store of N I.
Brook! at lied Fork nn the t ight of
June I, wt bound over for IftfJ
b) the dls'rli i court tinder bond of
tt( at 'he tonrlutlnn of hi pre
limlrwirv healing bofori Jus' 8 f
m in t Prlfla) gflernoon The court
tin Incline I to lie lenient with th
defendtntaj teptimony allowing t'it 1,090; t
othnt ptrtont were mnre rrtpuiMilble litOO; I
I " theft of Dm good tban wat 200.' ai
Wlllfunug, j m.ie . t
you "t your principal are m no wy
ponnotltd with, or cltlm to be con
nected with lhat government, which
is t at og n Ittd hv the I lilted Htule of
America." Uejierai r.rwln n-oly
read
lieneral Aligele, btgad hit rtqUOti
on the ground of the "proverhltl
ptrll of military oomrtdMblp." Ho
tdmltftd the rocolu tlonary force
lacked the "International ttandtiig
tntltllng them to carry ,,n an Inter
change of- MRuniinloaUoM with a
gov er nment
Tht Mmmunioatfon to Stktt i Kr
.win rrrlled 'bin (lanertl Angeles
, Had neen etnpi.wi r'. in l ne levtl
I r oo pa of i liihu.ihua ' a rel
'ho opera'e In nliltectlon
lo airlve al an under
.A o'T in 'III- I -. I I , I i
standing through chan.nla worthy oi48frt her he, ring of
nnfirtelne, n-girdlng l Im motlvol
which guided thl ir..,,.s Whlob Otn
erai Brwtn bad ordered it croM iht
border and their attack upon "some
of tbOM who have made me then
repraMntatlvt,' it Mfnmar Itm
factt Incident to the revolutionist
1'i.nk "ti Jiiaiea wlii Ii alre.idv lutv,
In i n pu blithl I and reiterated tha'
11 waa not the revolutloniat' ilealie
lo "cause Inlury by firing Into Lhe
tieighiioi nig elty of Bl Pago."
Tins, it I declared, i hown b
Hie fjet cited
attorney general, was In a continual
snarl I't.r tWO houia a cri.w.l that
waa kept .in edge ,y (lie leUM feel
Ing breaking out a' Inter " Wll
nested the spectacle of in t'nrnev
geneial of lite 1'nlied Hliii'S defend
Ing bis reeoid and 'slushing tl hla
enemies before acnalc COIUfnlttei
meeting silting M '! tttntM for
place in lhe eiihluel
The hpter feeling that broke at
tlie beginning remained to the en I
ihe meeting doting abruptly ami in
disorder, with tn,- announcement by
chairman Dillingham lbal tnolhei
Meal On would he held totnonow lo
determine future proMdUM tftd
gummon wltnttMt, Mked f or bi th
Mmplalnantg Then, wai a siti ng
tfllef at tin. i iiillal ti'tilgh' that no
Would lie hsld gnd lllat th" 00
tee would recommend Ponf N
of Mr. ptlmtr'g nomlnttlon.
s, ssoll. I. -Wis
Tlie firsi rv Idenci of blttei n
dial laved at the n tv llfttel
Kengtor Walsh democrat of
tana, charged Met ton M en s fot
mer attorney general of york,
Ith receiving 'he niomittee his'
II inly i,ii..1 Im II at II,, north llreen
w I sttei-l Thi' Mtflfra Waa bot
Uriel through tilt body and fell
dead aflet taking a w steps
According to ini n iry mid kf
Pj I WttneetM i" 'he affair
willlgmg had i . n e renting a di
'u I not to the pool ha 1 1 and had
tnadl I gun play firing at another
grit I iv bnnt bl bad quarrtled
Heating the disturbance PaCg Wen I
in ii thi building to inveotlgatg and
a- br entered the door wiiiiama
conttuaude 1 bull to simiiiI back
When Pack OOtllnutd to advance
vv il - tu i d at him four time
The office returned the fir with
V'i phot both taking tfftOt 111 W.
Ilatna' Imdv
According t.t'it.. pellM William
his a btd reputation and I. known
a a "im an nttTQ "
ROTARIANS ADOPT PLAN
FOR LABOR ARBITRATION
Scheidmann Quite
and Ebert Expected
to Quickly Reeign.
NAME EX-AMBASSADOR
Count Reported Choten
Foreign Minister to
Go to Versailles.
ENEMY TO ACCEPT TREATY
Dispatches, While Conflict
ing, Point to Ultimate
Signing.
Mi
SALT taAKB
CITl , June 20 -
v' in Ihi rtlatton
W AHItl.NdTtlN, June JO. An
nouncement waa made today thai
S. cri lai-v Baker had authorised Ihe
m i uning of Hl.4.y men for tervlce
on the Mexican btWdtf They will re
place men enllaled for , the war
emergency and now ciiglbl for die-
ohtrgt.
Vt. i will be enl.ated for the fot
lowing aims and eorp not to ex
need '.he numiiers Indicated, while .-.jdrn
infantry B.uoo; infantry (negro) i ':limer. ani
1. 000; cavalry 10. .00 f ... it artillery w ,. mate I
ngineer koo, medical t.orpe ftng of hi
rdnancg 110; signal eorpg and at thm
service !.O0, and quatlet .,.r,... e. i
week tif'MiKh fa lure 'M quote all nflghip between employee unit employ,
the Mttloni of lhe law staring on
the right of ""tie alien property
euttodlan In Mlt enemj property
Mi l-wls win. In counsel for Iliti' V
T Andrew, the nilii'ipvi i .inipialn
ant. frtnklv s'a'.'.l he , ..I been in
was adopted today it me lotipg
mm Ion of the oonventlon of the in-j
ternatltnal Aatocittton nf Rotary
i lulls, but thai part of the retolu- I
error ami that lie hit . 01
pared to offer hi apologlM
lor W.iirh retorted that vt
accepted the itetemeni wtti
tervation, Mr I.e'WI slmui
that ihe committee heregfti
not rely 011 anything I"- i
i vnmmlrtne in Rnari
ronejiieutly dining thl 1
of aocu
hed w
'
ira. waa elected thud ylci
ventlun went on reeoid as
he promotion of erte. it1
i tton by Mr i'vv .
NOSKE MAY BE NEW PREMIER
Report Is He Succeeds
Scheidemann Action
Is No Surprise.
h. Tba Aiierlalel Praia
I'AltlN, thgtat id Tlie Inlrwt re
port recast yetj over tlie military
wire from Weimar Indlcntr that at
g o'.-lm g tliit evening (PYtday)
l.erman, ga eat III In lhe ilirocw ol a
ns-msiliudon of the ailm'inletrt
Hon In no i iiiliaim o get a gov
ernment iiun it lapahlr- of signing
tlie la-ace treaty.
ll It i vis i. ii in i -iris tiiai an
eilciialon of MBM will l- asked by
the (i. rmtns if they are anahlc tn
ngris In the time tis.ird.sl la lhe
reply In Hie 0OMMM proitnls
memtsr of llic Vmerb-an dcle
gwilon mid a slnut eilcntlnn of
time might lie grunUsI uikIct ihta
' ollllngell. )
Tin- Xoorliwi, rcire'llltltvet
,s-fii a a fasi only the retire
meiit oi I'lillllpp M licfcilxtnana. Use
i.ernstvi cnaitCclbaT, frutn hie po
llon They .11 ll gre In do ti lit re
garillng th,- Kwiihl,. mnkrnp of
lhe new g.n ernmcni. ffJbj .Miaxhc
I rls rgcr i niiihlnaihui It still moil
promliM'iilly musilnnral hail the
naiiH-t or the atxlallala. IKxinr
Mawifer and ftoettW I il.ourtt
I. mi. I alio have hcsn rrforrci lo
as is.ssiMiiin - fur ih, i bun. .'Ilor-
lip In a dlaeletl .. . elviil tht
af lentiHin
n, Th ..ir.l Pfftf,
IIFHMN. June JO The cabinet
retigned gt I oclock ihlt morning.
1'italdtnt fthert will retain hia offlcj
)
It "M-iit'f.i on good authoawy
today ihkl iSgtldent Kberl had de
cided to gland catitli with Chance'.
I "i HeheiHetntniiltgxaiite he fll
thai he mutt rtalgn rtTrTeTTTfan tl-o
the pear treaty
Ih t ween srr Noake. the nilnltttr
of defence, tnd lt Mueller under
MSI ' taiy nf the war fou.l bureau, the
race for the prenileithlp aeein to bg
n atrong one although Mueller eetng
'o have the 'advantage on account of
hla greater adaptability In meeting
the detlret of the Independent!.
An Indlpttdtnl leader told the
corretpoiident today that It wa a
matter of Indifference lo the in is
pendente who wtt choten, tt neither
man wtt liked, hut that Notice wat
least liked became he would antag
onise hundreda nf thoiiaand of per
on who regard him aa a "hood
botind tnd opprcteur ."
Tin- democrat itlll fighting
agalnal tlgnlng. today expelled iurnn
von lllchthufen from the pear
MmmlttM hetauee be favored lin
ing ih treaty.
HI It N SIX (II Fl M W
HHiN III Tit 1 1 AT V.
PAKtl June 10. An uncon
firmed report received her from
the army intelligence huretu at fob-k-ng.
tava i 'mint von Hernatorff, for
roer Qerfnan anihaaaador to tht
tlnHed Hitlet. he been named i
minister of foreign affalrt, and that
he will come to Vereallle to atgn
he ptttt treaty,
I llHI Iti.l H W NTH
ROBJI Wil l I HN KAVKD.
I'AlllH June'IO -The Tem underwit-.
,t thtt Mathlat Rrtherger.
ir n lf,ke power In llernieny. will
ask two modlf Icatlona of the peace
treaty. The flrat will be tha toning
down of the eigne concerning rt
spnnallilllty for the war. to a tn
Pr.l Mermen susceptibilities, and
he eeedVd antndonmetit of piQgttU
Ion of the former emperor
M VS i il HI (nnl ! NT
I M s s Mi si RPRUU
PAim June ;o -Nnu uf the re.
tlrement of 'hllllpi .'Vheldcmann gg
premier and lhe reformation of ihe
coalition government In llermany
Cam a nn surpti.e In ptatt con
ference circles at t had hewn known
for some lung lhal rtcli-uteniann.
Oouiti von BrOckddrf ll.,nis.iu and
Mvertl other eakinti mtmbtn were
so thoroughly committed by paat ut.
oorriNtikb cm tum tivk
Hurley In Xnnigncd
tn Hutu at Washington
ED ON PA(M i I
11 lc. Tenn ,
ev i Irletntj
hlig. Kan,,
ti, fesaa.
0
WASHINGTON, lune 20 I.lent
Colontl Pttrleb j HnHoi of ivkia-
hoinii wl- iiul'iv i.tlgned In duly In
,iii.. office of the judge advo ate gen
era, here ,oda,

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