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73 ICTORY BOHD Ui:T!IIK J Indiana f ' r :nn K-h' . i r. 1 EVEN I N G EDITION Ik T""3 Wedn da; . pr-i . d- rait:. Imm Mlrldgm- " ' f.-d tv and V. d-ns-iiy. proha1 iy rain, xcet fair north portion, t- r.igltt, lightly w irr. .er. h ; if-; HJ i v t , VOL. XXXVI, NO. 116. DAY AND NKillT r I'LL LEASED WIRE TKLLGKAPHIC SEHVICE. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1910. i newsi-a;-::!; in -nr. ho.mi: wni all : hi: i.uc..:. PRICE THREE CENTS 4 i-'i OME MORE "SHOCK SQUAD. BUY V ! i ' ft : is,. ' Uli JD JQ i S 1 V A, (. id;; 13 n l VJ i-1 r U 01 r. . 1 L- JLJ J u J M-Ji 00- -O o LINTON, INDIANA, TPJ05TATC BV F-SIMEBQ y. WLhWt m oflV. huUUtiibi. : . . Militia Patrols Streets Following Rioting In Protest Against Strike-breaking Telephone Girls. I'-r T " f i I - l !'r : LIN TON, Ind. April !V Mat ti.il i.iu- was (!o 1 irf! in Intoti at lock totl.iy t pi-nt viiiln- in Mtin'i-ti(Mi with tli1 '!forts (1 f th. '.oral Cntlal Labor t'niftü ti Import iht .stril'-lTfakin "hlK" v.v i tJn Iiiitoii ! pticmc 1 cha;tK . Snlll ainl Ih ;vl i' opl. p. it rollt il tii sir ?.- ;ui'l lip'! -M il n iiuil.' wh'i h i oll t 1 in small :'!', i: n -trrt? conn in. A nip,ii ; f niili- ita aii:" Iit' from T fi 1 ! : 1 j t .illy toli in hli : oi "'apt. H;i uil a 111 p to taK- h il - of tl;.- situation. W str-. in l.inton :.. t !o- l. th. ri-rks i i-t'isiri' to v. it.; r.u t)f tr)'i!'l- i s s-'ttlr.l w it ii stvilc i n op rators. No 'iIiiM'i Urrl'f. l':iIT oiilir of Oo. I !iiiili'ith. town was uivra o-r to inili f.il v authorities at Via o i lork. No pli.-n al lolern hail Ik m foin Tiiit t-l nil to that finif. l.U tlx-rr w.is a n- i' l-mintrat ion last niiiht I'o!l's in-: a mass nn litm of i d i.etis alll !lt' labor nni'i!'. Th lrn i 1 start- il v.h' ii riirht U l phoin- (iprrrtii: s w.ilk,"l out la--'. Tltui'.-il.iy, U-niantlimc . nit ion of titir union, inoiaas', wajro-i ami -holt, r orkin hours'. Iht suns were t ti 1 1 m l I t'i'oni InMianapolis ami tin- laior union aros.- in pro i. t. .Merlin.: TmI.i for AdjuM nient. l'r.mk ;iiii'iir, rnral nn na oi thf l'rntral 1'nimi T( lophonv Co., .at fnt corpoiation of the Linton "o.. was in the eity today ami he v, as srheduh d 1o Tneet with busi ness m ? of Linton this afternoon in an effort to adjust the troulb Adjt. Jen. Smith also was here in rhar-to of ilic milr.ai'v- forte. I"olIowinL: the meeting last ni'lit. a riiwil f timatetl at ."Oa persons vrr,t to the telephone building and demanded the strike-breakers be taken from the job immediately. Harles- C'uthru. manager of the' New Home Telephone io. of Linton, j stood his ground and refused to re- ' rnoe them. He asked aid from the sheriff and police who appealed t.l Gov. Goodrich. .Minor I--ur Threat. During the demonstration l.ist ' night, the operators h it th switch- boards and took refuse .n the roof J of tht telcplu-ne huildmu S eral ttiou-anl loite r s. ho constitute the larger part of the' population, started to work thi-; morning but turned back witli thej intention of staying in town until They oe this thin-; settled." In this i connection all th- miners having' te!epir.e service noti::ed Iii1 com-' p.tny that if their ,her.es were not . reznoxed within 2 hours. they! would tear them from the fasten ings and throw them in the streets, l'rar More TrouMr. I'edi ral authorities fear farther trouble this afternoon in view of the action taken l the miners ,tr. I au otlie i'cinp.tny of militia has bf-n ordrrrd to sjed lure from I'.'.oei.a ington to h. falle any em-r;'-:ic. The miners wer- anirer'. o i:if sif.-hi 'f Mhi.r.- p.aiolim. the streets and win iu'V r they ;ot mm: ej-.e. they jCaV' tt:t to Iii--- and ' vpressions of liatrd. i i:ni:iLL risi:. i i ion osii.i:ki:i pi;h;ii i: l' Cn m-d Pres : INIl.NAPv)LlS. Apnl . ' ug fe.'er.il pro-cut;on of e r.g., ged iti the lab.r :en i.,.-!r at l.lhto: !'u!.i'- di: i '.; I. i.;i I. allies o! 1 1 . i ga i . st sinke L r e.4 k :.cht Gov. Goo. Ii; ) 1 in s:atet riu;r:;v at: I.Klter-! to o 1., in tht -.1 ; ticip.it iii i Ill !iu i ; i i n - vtraticf. The go i nor exptam. d ti.it inas much as tl' tt!id.":ie -o:'.ar.y ;s 'or.trolid y th.- "ovcrntrn-nt. the departme?.t of jiat.o. ,.r federal courfs should l-.ar.die ;.. ::.at!er To t'v l or-, if Sc ct --.u , . Irt a sfateiafi.t concert-:.. the !.:titon situation. I..- had jr-.strui ; . To "U s- w ha t ! er r.essir to prcr-erty." v 'l t l'.e ; o t-rtau -.ii.) Adjt Ct v.. Smith ! a i i 1 1 . i ; y ii. .. - . . r ( v protect llfi .ind BIG FIRE RUINS 2,500 HOUSES IN YOKOHAMA i r. r-iit.-a i'rs: YuK MAMA. April ' -wer.-t fire in the history of Yr ra.i de troed nu bloek'j and noil.- s last niilt. At the mayor's ottice the loss -imate.l at $ 7. Ö 0 1 " 0. two iiei-sous were killeil am sei ioiii injured. Several buildings and business houses dfstroved. ineludiTi the inunicipa 1 1 Ü'u-e.- A stronir wind fanned the the. It leaped canals and creeks and en dangered a hank ami the properties of the Japanese Mail Steamship Co. Two lire engines and ."0 police w ei e -.'iit from Tokio to assist the Moral tire to-jhters. A relief fund Ir'is been started to aid hundreds of tl.o'- made destitute. REPUBLICANS AWAITING CONFERENCE BEFORE DISCUSSING LEAGUE WASHINGTON. April Re publican leaders here today urged caution upon their fellow members of the senate in discussing the re- ised league of nations covenant. Sens. Lod.e and Curtis, republi can leader and whip respectively, sent tin following telegram to till their party senators: "We suggest that rcpuhlican sen ators reserve final expressions of opinion respecting the amended lei.ue covenant until the latest draft has been carefully studied and until there t;as been opportun- it- for a conference. 'BLUE BEARD' P Ü May Solve Mystery of Disap pearance of Ten Wom en and Boy. l' t ii i i ! l're.- : I AIMS. A .Til .:. er- taking definite -s c the uivslerv of Tla teps "tile police I modern; IMue Heard l'.veiy foot of the house and rounds of the -villa owned hv li i.!V itru at CaTiioais, n i i 1 e s o i ; 1 1 1 Par was to a r U e ; i : !1 ) o. 1. -v i ir.-z and one a red aft- ::e- tri cc d ! c a'.L d r . isit it - i.::a t hen I.tr.c.r .. . .. . ' 'Ul'.eU - s ! i i e i ' o; a-. I 1 v I S S I . , -111 ' i me: ha'.e '.u.-. : i i v. i r. w ho :na ' u : ; t . . i :. ,i ... :. ;' .v..y ;o-tr.i.tht ago i! : ; T '.vom. b u'e lis 1 with 1 r fo r -ii".' time r '. !. i: ::;a a i . i i- I e - ' eri se-n sjj-.ro. All io n AT ? . 'o ' : U '- ! m.iri"aTi'.ii ad rt:se Tt'cv w . !-." bvtweon I" and of aite. mo-.t of them were tl, i" rue 1. 1 . a . i widows and all Litton-. Th'-y . mitted Lir.i'.ni ad ex elU r.t Tep'I e S i l to '.'..'.VC p-r- so ; t t.".e:r hou h e ;old goe ds nv.d take over their sav ings. ( ne of the women is under-.-teod to ha, e h:td JJ'.O". P.!i' e s v thev found a note- .o K i:i I. ru s jo :on contain- of tlie women. ' en identified. All but Thev al- on 1 . ; v c so elaitfl ta ? uve found the bodies of tht dogs and (me cat. known to na i T.h hao r.eiong"! t on of the victims. e animals had t een strangled. CAUGHT IN PARIS Flume, for Which Italians f! -zps ss-i;msi SALVADOR ' v . : ' -. ' ' v ' . ' . , . iiiir - i !I1 .-"r-rr- r!-1 i 1 22V? ;ii; n f i I . .Ö - V - : Vi j Thirty men armed with shotguns 11,1 30 I U ' -' V- V.V--:, -H!i Id i and ritles captured two youths near U rilrtTfe.Ä. &hl 7: .:: fS " -VS:! '1 ; TM H here at 2 o'clock and discovered that were y Kli.? V1 , - . - ; -' -; . v' A 'VJC'V : tl i they were carrying revolvers and a f 1 lAlvt'W T11 V';Vv'v' JJ-J'V:;-- ' - '' - ,V. v' .r'''vV?: '--l'"'iS-' '4 I Sd siirmlv of 100 rnrt rid ires The bovs. J'i J$i-'?-"--jM.-v;',v,'ft ml. Mait ieo;wXiv wan mis u ihe Adriatic port claimed LOSi IS LIE Local and National Officials! Discouraged by Slow Subscriptions. In spite of the efforts of the coun ty organization to impress on every one the necessity of volunteering in the Victory Liberty loan before 11 o'clock Wednesday night, the cam paign iti St. Joseph couity is lag ging. Only a little more than f.00.- tfl,! worth of the bonds have been I I sold in the county, although thej quota is JH.OOO.onO. Hanks reported only $."rt.2."0 worth of business in! South Hend and Mishawaka from i lo o'clock yesterday morning until! 10 o'clock this morning. People are! not responding even to the county organization's plan of allowing three! days of grace this week, and it is feared the strong arm methods of! I former campaigns will have to bei . resorted to. ! J One Township Over. ! I If the (juota has not been raised j j by Wednesday' night, every adult; ! resident of the county will tie intr- i viewed who has faijed to h'iy bonds. . I Persons who have not bought to the ! extent that the board of review be- I:. them ahle to buy, thev will he im ited to buy a.ain ini.0in township is the or.lv township in the county to rt its quota thus far. Lincoln township w is given a quota of .4 1.c"' and $ ; Aue was raised und-r th" elfi- eiciit leadership of Charles I-'ol--om of Walkerton. .Mr. l-'olsorn was also chairman of the fourth Libert. ban drive and his towr.sh.ij of the ;irst to report "hut .as otic the top" it: th.s campaign. )lliial Total. r.-.siness oth-'ially tala.ilated enurty headijuart'-r.- up until o'clock tn.Kiv amounted to $,4 at P- t NTINP N i'A'H: n'ixSIA?. BUSINESS !S ;J0T Al TRACTIVE TO U. S. Pv I :i it. .1 Press- CHICAGO. April trade students h:e ;. Foreign today Were lou'-'tful of early resumption of husir.e-s relations between America and Itussia esp cially iluring the soviet regime or before the r.iomy mark t becomes more stable. This became known following a Matement issued here hv iepresen- fj(3 j Three AL..i W OLE NAT ONI iyexi tati s of the Kuss:ur. soviet go'- ' ernm. i:t. in an effort to interest; NIIW VOPK A Jury heard Tar American manufacturers, that r--o-1 hington's novel "Sevei.le. n ' read ognition by America w ould come j aloud w hen playw rites sued for pay soon. i for dramatizing it. UNDER MAR m.:.)va xV'W. jMiA a; vJ-ftww;v w-v-. .-. v.'-wV4,w by Italy which aas caused the ieacc Naval Week r I'ldled ITP!a: xi:w YOiiic, April 2 3. The ?;tva three. th x-c;,1- n. K.-.i ana . .-. jracncan ready for their trans-Atlantic trip, will "jump off" early next week, it was semi-oilicially learned today. Starting simultaneously and pre- ! ceded hy destroyers, the huge Hying j boats will leave I'ar Koekaway for i Newfoundland. At St. Johns or j some other Newfoundland port, the j planes will alight on the waer, re plenish their gasoline and oil tanks and head for Ireland. More than a score of the navy's EIES OR TUFT MAY TRY MISER American Jurists Considered Prospects For Appoint ment to Court. iiy ldwi:ll MIILLin t. Uy I nited Pres.: PARIS. April D. The fate of Wilhelm Hohenzollern will be fur ther debated in a secret plenary ses sion of the peace conference, it de veloped today. The date for this ses sion, which will consider the com pleted treaty, has not yet been set. The action of the peace confer ence is expected to be limited to for mal acceptance of the majority re port of the responsibilities if in- ' mission. This :s made public in the capitals or" the various allied countries yesterday, provides the former kaiser -hall stand trial be fore an inu rnational tribunal. lit GUI is OK TA1T M AV P.i: I Kll KT. ;'y 1 ii i t 1 Prs : vVASHIN"(;T0N, April Hither' Ciiaii'S Lvaus Hughes or William Tafi iu.! he the American judge in Hie iut ruational tribunal to try til former k:.... r. it was f vii ved la-re to-lay. Ta-j :ioin:r.at!un will probably oe r.i.i.io by t-r-'.s't Wilson, and it may be submitted to congress for . cu.:.rm. t;oa. Hiihu Uoot was also r Amcr Vhitc. it T.ie:'.t;o:;ed as i p j.-sioility ican jude. Chief Justice belief c l. Aould nut wish to :r.a Ke Lord rm .ong journey overse Heading, chief justice of England. Is ie-;.rdevl us the a tan- i fir T"i Contend table split. Planes Start Across Ocean speediest destroyers are already on their way, or being held under or ders to patrol the threat circle- track, which will he followed hy the flyers. I'notficial reports indicated that the Myers may decide to take the Azores route. Destroyers will pa trol this course also. The advantage that the Azores course has is that the planes will not have to carry such a heavy load of fuel, the distance to the Islands being about 700 miles less than to the coast of Ireland. Unnecessary stress on the motors will be saved, thereby. TR ORCED TO CLOSE Fifth Injunction in Vice Cases is Granted by Special Judge Lambert. Pros. Samuel I Schwartz's fifth , injunction against law-violating! joints was granted by Judge Francis K. Lambert, Sp in cial the I circuit ourt Tuesday morning. ! j Kttie Tyron. iroirietor of a place ; at 1.4 K. Washington av., was or-, i derer! by the jud-e to close ini- . I mediately. Parry Seanlon, attorney; j for the Tyron w oman did not con-1 i test the case. Adolf Greif and proprietors of the which was ordered Joseph Pascott. ; larrick hotel, o close Mon.'.ay year or lib' a for the period of a bond to business would b uarant e that its conducted accord- ir.g to the Indiana liquor laws, Tues day morning tiled the required bond. In this suit a substitution of the de fendant parties was made. In the original complaint Pros. Schwartz charged John, Greif with beins the proprietor. ONE DIES OF BULLET, 11 ANOTHER FROM SHOCK;1- '.'. I't if.- I Press : CHICAGO, April Herbert von P.uelow, six years old. and Max br;' r j yfirs old, a dru- rg:t. v.-re dead :er today, the farmer revolver thr-t .-a:rt the lo t ' victim of -d" and the latter 'from si 'k. chil l w a- laying Indian vhen shot. Orichen r.-.uch attached to th an .i r. 1 1 f a . iu..i .ii?. .w'i uriLii a-1 nee arrr.e.i. n.- t.aen to:- I'.ie.t over :rom n-art dis. as, said to ; eth undertaking parlors but no ar J h;.. be.-n due to the shock of see-i ranzements have been made for the 1 inT his little friend die .,.i LA W DEMAND SHANTUNG RAIL FORT! KILLED II CONCESSIONS AND A PORT pal iiflnnn nimirl Ui L American Legation Among Buildings Damaged by Shocks- By United Press: WASHINGTON. April . Forty ; persons were Killed, many injured ! and much property damage was I caused hy a severe earthquake in San Salvador yesterday. the state i department was advised today, j Slight shocks recurred at intervals during the day. The American legation at San j j Salvador, though damaged, is still standing. No Americans so far are ! listed among the casualties. THIRTY. WITH SHOTGUNS. BRING IN B0YS-WELL SUPPLIED WITH ARMS and 19 years old respectively. were arrested on charges of vag rancy and carrying concealed weap ons and taken to Indianapolis, where they said they had lived. Citizens told Indianapolis police the two men had bee loafing around the town all day and that they had beer captured in a slag snanty. unen tne ponce arrived tne t wo iiirn ivprp ftnr- in :i stnro s:ir. ' rounded by about 30 men carrying ritlcs and shotruns. GERMAN PEACE ENVOYS DISCARD HOSTILITY ON EVE OF DEPARTURE 2r United Press: BKI1LIN. April 27. Prcs't Wil son's firm stand in favor of a peace of justice, on the occasion of his .statement regarding Fiume has re sulted in a noticeable change in the attitude of the German peace dele gates who leave for Versailles to morrow. The delegates. more optimistic than ever before concerning the terms of the treaty, have discarded J most of the open hostility which J has marked their bearing for rev ! eral weeks. ! Industry, commerce and labor are at a standstill, awaiting the outcome of the peace negotiation?. THREE KILLED, TWO HURT WHEN TRAINS COLLIDE I". v- i n if el I 'ri' : SC KANTON. Pa.. April 29. Three trainme i were killed and two others injured, one probably fatally. ! when the caboose o: a train in which they were riding crashed in to a train of cars on the tracks of the I). L. A: W. U. Ii. near Midland last r.igiit. j " n. t i i i i BCüy 0 IVilCnad LUCSK0 IS Found Near Stairway Early Tuesday. Mi' hae L:;c;d.o of Hetroi Mich. hanged himself at his Place, "11 W. I'.rd St.. rooming during Monday night, his body be ing four.d near tin- stairwav of the O'äse at o cloc': Tuesday moi ir.g. ! Mr. Lucsko. who is believed to be j about CO yea -s old. was employed ' as a f irtman in tlie Ford factory' at Fetri:t. lie hau ten in South Pen 3 only en or eiht days, and no raoti fo: his action has been ad vp need 1 his associates at e. It is known the that sur- ; rooming hou i a vife and several children ive mm in liroii. m in Detroit. The bodv was t.i c-n to rh.. v..r, lv wa- taken to Th - LODGER RIGS SELF II ROOi Nipponese Delejatr-s Concede Nothing Except Kiao Chan at Session With it Bi Three" MEET FIRST IN P.v 1 idted Pp-ss: PARIS, April 29. The British were reported today to have agreed that the first meeting oi the league of nations shall be held in Washington, with Prcs't Wilson presiding. (Article V of the covenant provides the initial meeting of the assembly and council shall be callrtl by the president ot the United States.) PARIS, April 29. Japanese delegates ,ind the "big th ree ' fail ed to reach an agreement in the Chino-japanc.se territorial con troversy in their first session today, it was semi-ofHcially an nounced. The conference was resumed at 4 p. m. 85 MEMBERS OF GERMAN PEACE PARTY ARRIVE l'.y t nite.j press: VHKSAILLKS, April '..i:ighty live members of the German peace delegation reached here early today. The enemy representatives ar rived in Vaucresson on a special i train shortly before midnight. They were met by Col. Henry. I-'rench j ijajson o'licer rind his staff. 1 lie party, which included 11 women ! .stenographer.", most of whom car i ried hat boxes, huddled in a group. ill at ease under a barrage of (lash lights. Curious villagers clustered about them. Herr Von Keller, a member of the German delegation. who haj, preceded them shook hands with the leaders of the party. Col. Henry then announced the motor cars were ready. The Germans, passing between two lines of gen darmes, boarded the 40 motor bus es and automobiles which brouuht them to Versailles. Their baggaire j was carried in camions. I'pon then arrival here they were taken at once to the Hotel I es Leservoirs. j GIVE TREATY T' Foreign Minister Brockdorff Rantzau Due in Ver sailles Tonight. Iiy 1'nltM 1'ross: VEHS A I LLPS, April ! T!i German delegates will r ceive th- J peace treaty Friday, aorordim.- to ! the program outlined today. ; Foreign Minister liroekdorff- Rantzau and the other principals j of the enemy delegation ar" sch-l- tiled to arrive tonight. V rl utir; or- I if the Germans' i gether with other credentials, preliminary malitk-s are expected to ocjp:-' W-dn -sday and Thursday'. Th- uio-stion of German war pris oners. Which iS expected to b- th" iirst on. rrought uj by the fnorr.y l-legat-s', is und'-rstood to h.ive al ri'.ely b - n settled by th for-i.':: ministers' council the hist tran.-a -tion !y th.it body before the Ital ians withdraw. Fnemy pri.-oners it is said, will he released in th- . xact Proportion tliat Germ.mv furni-h--s . civilian labor demanded in th- peace treaty. GERMANS ERIOlls i p. n.:"REDS" PUT BOMB IN MAYOR HANSON'S MAIL p,v rnh'ed Pr. -s: ci.mtti i u-.a, April :'. Po- lic today ar- w)rking on the there that ar.- local ho;.-hevit: and ra di'T! !. responsible for the j.i k ing r th- tomb in Mayor Oh- ilaison'a mail. Poii'?e Inspector C)aul- G I"; in for j - jc' declared he has know; ... -omr vi : -e tJ.at hiCal reds wer volved in a plot to "ge t!a iii.ivor. but that only the ringlead'-rs t e i aware of the method to he -.se J. Tuesday. WASHINGTON i The .1 a p. i e. i rei'u-t .1 t,, mi,'' l anthij"iK turtle r than ., i .t n-ioning their- caiim to Kiao t'hau. ret iii;ii.g ! tlie rieh railwa" cuno -i":i in th Shar.tm:g peninsu J.i and another -port, the iibntity of whieh was nuC ; e e.i b d. J'Cspite a.Tina I.l-eJl .C ; wa arm d that final decision proh- a.dv wauld be postponed until aftT : th- treaty with Germany is signed. Lay CinK on Tahle. Tiii' .J.ipane- r pre.entau s, me. tin--; Pres't Wil.-on prior to tbas "bi" lino " si ssion. ate- reported to have laid all their cards on th tabb, demanding they be awarded the Shar.tung peninsula. They arj said to have held that Gnat Pt.'. aia mwl support them because tie s. (tat tr.-at pi dges the I iritis ti ! I' n -;l:l.e Japan's ei.i.ms. They ;,(-. -.m-d thai 'hiriu'- claim to Shantung is ihsh and unter-iah!-. and de- red the Chine-e would have b-e:i ; v.alhiu for ( lermanv to 'ontin'.5 b old ! n Kiao Ch a u . I"ai-s Another iU I an. (Tin former German con-!"'i. ; of Kiao -'hau is loeated on ti. i Shantung penin-uia. t j The fait that Shantung wrested from th- Germans during' I tie war does not iualidate their , cluj ::.s. t hey contend. Tiie president io facing .moth, r- ; big i-Mlr ill tili- Ustio!l. As I,.' re fuses to I'CoL'niZe .-eireT treaties, unless they are li.col right and justice. he WÜ! l,e I OHl I !!''. t- i make another momentous dfiscu. To Offer Italy Choice of Policy Cm.MK. Apr:! v---Thom.is N'1-ei, Page. Amerii.in ;unl.cvii!or t J !'. ily, had .1 b'f.iJ eonfereuie late X-J-, ;day with Vit tor ulatalo, the Italian premier. Th- gr at .-t s:L-r.r,i a u -y ! was att.ich' d to rh- me-tin., import w i:'h wa: k 'pt seer t . ' rl i r. do ; .- Ii dub d the Italian parliament Tu s'l i v i a f; rnnoti ti o ' i. r o : it 2 o'c '. c c ask support f t!i- polic;. - fo; I ürin !.t. m inen b .-ion from the p. .;. th- pi -!!" ti of I'mp-.I'. May Pr s rtt t " r- - r l". ' t po r i w 1 1 b v his gov to 1 1 a t " s s i - ' t. f r v. ' ,. ann-xation . 2 P.oth s.jd t - re in :rei: a- ma'' t:n. how v r, tf.at ' 'r.uu j. r-r-s-T. boJi his and th- aP.: fif tJi' o.'itro'. !"', and a-k ' -!!.- J at li. !!:. Ac n i n t o h " ordu.g to th ; ft I'.-ris o:, p obt.ijr. si!.' U'i! powers to p;.v and w oubl lay i alb .-e. ..mp.-o! Italv w :! I : w i n . 1 r ; ij . 1 ' 1 1 . t h p l - m i r could ri r isSO'Iatr-l for I "i v ; : r. a: '.: irra nt ar r. r. -.v h.er.-b or: s.s ; :. -i of I'!i.'i:i, tion -f I'al- h y-. , .11: . or.ta . whi' h matia. Til ing th s e- - .1 , ' tur f i I'l ti.e -. e )a a ;t r.r.t i". . tire nation s t r..- P. aw .ii. parliamentary s-llt o i d termine its f 1 -' A ( o r i n g to p o ) ; t i c . Z ility of a ch in:i thro-t'fi fail --re of ti. 'e i-i . oriU'b-r:' e i.. .- . xp rts. in ra.net sr h d ul-d tri ni 1 v r emote. DENIES CLASH BETWEEN YANKS AND AFRICANS L N L N. Ap i r. g ."" w - toil ,- f I i . , i an mi! 1. and ut ) f rir-a n g r O.' S W;n- C .h.stcr Th're st night. Was "-..me ; Pie mwspa Jii.e Sa..'. u. I ie-6 di-ord r .er iiü on.- killed or P.nlly ir.jrc.