VOL. XXXVI, NO. 125.
Credentials Are Accepted and Discussion
Begins To Start Work on Aus
trian Pact Very Soon.
V. T'nltr.I Prr.
l5Ktssi;Ls, May .. The P.el-
giaii (Tn council otel liiuiiiiin-
aily lat night to sign tlic iKax
treaty with (crinany.
P-y T.'ni- 1 pr :
IIASLI'. .May ä. dispatch from
Vienna Unlay icoried th" allies haI ! y L'uitcl Prs:
invited tlic AiiMi Ian jn acc delegates' " DUnLIXt May 3. Offlcial repre
to come to St. C.ormaln on May 11!. I
I tentatives of the Irish republic will
UV l'KI.'l . rntsl s(N. be permitted to go to Paris, Frank
lu I nit.-.l Pie: , 1. w.tlsh. member of the Irish-
PA HIS. .M i'. .", . A s-Ci p'enary1 ,
, , ,. , ... American peace delegation, told the
Ion of th" ip if' ( ntcifjioi" will'
i'c held toiiimrow, at which the com-j United Press today.
pl-w-i (Jcriiuiii treaty will be dis- ! "Col. House informed us that safe
usse. it wa a nt.i nr e d todu. The j 1 otnluct to Paris will be granted of-tin-
epei-:.J to be brief. ! ticiul Irish delegate?." said Walsh.
The latest authoritative i n foi ma- "Hut first Premier Lloyd George dc
t ion in. I i a ted th treaty wiü l.o sdres to interview us."
presented to th- ::-man -n Thürs-! Walsh and his colleagues. Ed-
t.'rcdentiaN of (U-r:.r-v. j.e.4cc :
J-lerj.t s haw J.oen a'i-.-jifd. it ,
uas annuumvMl to, lay. I
Tlu- (Jfrioan nvoyy :;rr rnipow- '
.Tfd to i-eprr-t-iit the- enir.- country. 1
.m-lu.iim: Haxaria. i.va hw .Miacted 1
.t UVim. r. t , .rvf-rriu- all of th- i
.,ii,t Ka .-.-f.- t.H.h.i.ul.ina i-iirlu
o the Mu n.in. ni. The .;ern,.m-
14w ,ih.-. ,-.-
i. nt ia Is M-elw.lm Ilm tin .'irr-i
Prepare a Pat.
1 111 ia-,l iat 1' af;r ! -t-ntalior. of
t ;: ir.an t rciij . the "bi tlu
a -- in 1 ! : n the artieN--. of
'.he AiMi i.i p.u .ncordiii' to aa-
: 1 1 : i'.i 1 1 infii'io. t ion. Whilo n of
' vial niiMo I!'- mvnt h is been nunb
' liit ef'!'vt. it N : iHT.a lly unle--'"i
a foirnal ; 11 i i . , t iei , I, is !:!
,'1 -!i.,lilu'l o t!ic Austrian ovcrn-
,.e..l Tit Cil.l M .ie!.i.'.iT To til'
I'e.H a Ci 1 1 f "I elH f
! f a r a i im Ur iheir reeftion at
-i. 'iiinnin. near Versa ill vere
-iv. SatUl.!a. I'noIfU'iil inloinii
iaui lii Mft'ti tace:t-d that the All-;
T:..M- proiiahh wiil arrie in .t
lit I'ln.tin a Hcf ! ''ra-rii Today.
1 1 a 1 1 i i n 1 1 r t'' in .i,t liicotiations
.1 . .
KIl lle . A I . v i r I a 11 l)alinall II.IS re-
.. I. ..: . ....
Iii in iii.ni; im 11 until -iiaa-
; i . ; 1 " 1 1
With the ;
1 e 1 u!'t'
i : l i .
,,,-..1.1.. , .tt-i.-M of S. lt.lI-'
v :!! be ,,'T-. . .T to a :;rea'.-r .-xtent
. t.-rnis tjif. .v.'iiian T.a't I
U1 t.Th, f liit .H.l'-il !..ttiollS.
1 'on- iiiilna tiop of i,i';,ri wi'h I i ' : 1
Ti: h . I' is
i ! i er" a !. ! u r,i v t .1 ! I
t f' Si it Ji-.ril W.tli
Th- fi.itnl Sta;- will not
. dirc-.y eora-etiu'd in eirber of
Tin-,.' treatiis. as it ' a s not at war
M 'i i lie two o a n ! r if-'.
EXFECT TO CAPTURE
SLAYER OF GIRL
!".i I mtH Pr.
lati:' r.i:. r.
. -t of the mardt r-d
!i-s Lniii;., .;,l:a. or. u 1 ;,r.
Id si-hcd r. ob--, w i:oM' bodv wis
o.nul biuri, r '.M.j. a shed on an
. b.ir.doncd f.ü i.. ...-ar b re Saturday
:s bIitxed to i 1 a matt.r oT
The r:v.a d. ; i. ,s at o j-. d the . ou:i-
:- ide. -j- dr'.: of farmers and
. .ti.a ns w ct .t'i"nd about tb.e p -
I. stai'O'i in r toi.i aw.;itfUg the
t of tin
.! : S
! i a r. L nchin
t hr a'. i'd -ho ;M "Jo mitrd.r.
Gilmer Wars on
i'O l I'.J
h... h has
nrteett -1 the pr. ' pr ; i . ,.
';.!" . -f Sollt Ii ! la.d ' . I a
,i.n tio-. -ii- i ; it 1 1 :'.
of City J:.-.: t;,',:r.,.r. ."har'.es IMdy.
wh opi r.i'' i .-'ah i i'o.ird. paid a
' n e ot $ ." ami r.'!" in th. '.ty court
:;,; muri;!;;.'. ..r.d th- jude do-
. bared that .a.l.er iters w nuld ' J
dtni'arp. in ,i!oi if they at e Ptov -töi
'fore hint. delegations of western states and
: one t aatern state' in both house and
'IIP i "I "oi.h a." chortle 1 i senate." the suffrage militants an
: ; p.dieem.in crab'.dng a man ran-1 nounced today. The women claim in
irking a drawer in J. W. Pierce's ; addition I'J states will scr.d delega
iiuni.' - l. i;K'- oa matt." s-iid the I tions in which a majority favor fci
tiian. ii J. W. I. hlir.sciC cral buftrac.
IMY AM) MfSIIT FULL Mil ft KD
WIKE TELE(JUAPUIC SLHVICE.
Ii VUJUJU' UILIiIL ä UlLtJßJÄ J1 V
GO TO PARIS
ward I Dunne and Michael Ryan, :
wero t'iven a great ovation yesterday t
a th.v 1-ft the cathedral after at-
U-ndinK muss. I
They visited Glandalough (21,
miI"s south of Dublin) in company'
with Irof- Hdnard DeValera and i
several Sinn-FMn members of par-1
lament. At night they attended ai
eeption given by Mrs. John O'Kcl-.
wife of the Irish republic's en-,
Judge Says Conditions Are
Not As Reported and
Asks For Action.
P-v I nite.I Prt-xs :
MT'Mn:. Ind., Mü Deelartim"
'Tl.'if it, 11. l'"l-IT ..T "L-t'.r1i.t.. m...-
I "f"1 v' ' .-laiinn nri- ;
It'llltioiK tlw. frtt,firf ? til-. t
-... 1 in.- la.-i
1 ,olaU'iUe county '-Krand jury, which
deelared that mural conditions in I
th" -ounty hae beta -r.-atly m- '
" Vt (I- llaS lost its character as a .
.M'kt ari'l has i-ocn converted into a :
eal..iait." Juvle William A. I
Thor.iii.M.ii. in his instructions to the !
-rand ;,iir of tli AJa- term of cir-'
'i; eo'.iit which convened today,!
moiougii invesnguiion i
of vl "'ditn.ns in Muncie. J
I be -Mdent put pose of this (the1
l.:t pi- repoit). was to glorify the.
p.-o.-ecutor's of!";ce." said Jude ;
Thompson. " een it' later it should i
h anuüate the rar.d jury."
"Ves. ;aity Cotnniotis' has b."en
rone for years."' said the court. "7'h.
'V.nl l:ou""' was condemned by tn-statt-
:re marshal ard pulled down.
,'ut ,r,,,n the criminal and Juwnil" .
":-ir.es. the court did not know'
'bat tb" Ted lUht' bad not gone"
t all- Attention to Cases.
Indue Tiiompson i al'.ed attention
tine" t rim ina,I cases in which
cnn ictions had been obtained, but
'-ich the Mrir.ctpals w ere par-
''n. d upon the reijU"sts and revotti-
ui. ndations of the prosecuting .u-
TJp- r.ind jury forgot to menticn ;
tit:.-.'' said the court. !
In Iiis instructions. Judge hemp-i
op. ft rred to places where he said t
In Kne-A the law was being openly j
and ilarantl iolated. j
"Wtthia a stone's throw of the
court bouse," lie said, "is a place .
here they hold cock rights in the!
basement, run a "blind tigr' ana a'
-ambling den on the second floor, !
und opt rate a house of ill fame on i
:h-- thiru. and there are others jufct '
suffragets see help
N COMING CONGRESS
Dr latt-'i rn: j
' WASHINt .TOX. May 3. A "solid!
.- oarage c; is assured in the com- j
ir.g congress from the congressional.
Planes; Will Not
Delay Big Flight j
r.y I'nited Pres:
Ni:V YORK, May 3. Kire today
vhich damaged two of the navy pea-j
planes entered in the trans-Atlantic
tüht will not delay the start ten
tatively Hcheduled for tomorrow be
fore noon, it was stated at the oflice
of Commander Towers, in charge of
Kepalrs are hein? rushed on the
It was stated at Towers' orhce that j
Twn winL's iif the N. O -1 wert rfp-l
stroyed and the tail of the N. C.-4 ! Karden near the center of the busi
slightly damaged. Ignition of raso- j ness section last night, is completely
line bv an electric spark started the j shrouded in mystery.
blaze i The body was discovered with
i only the shoes, stockings and gloves'
, , . , ,
Clayton, Ind. is Scene of Rob-1
bery Thieves Escape
P.v fn'.trd Pies:
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. May
Three burglars broke into the
ollice at Clayton. Ind.. at
2 : o
o'clock this morning, tore open ;
many letters and escaped in an au-i
An hour after, the Indianapolis!
police were notihed by a railror.d de- '
teeth e. and were told that the ban-,
ilits drove in the direction of this
city. Four police armed with riot;
guns were sent to intercept the
bandits, but the delay in notifying
the police of this city gao the burg
lars plenty of time to escape.
J. YV. Allen, postmaster at Clay
ton, said today he was unable to say
what amount was stolen. Money and
stamps are kett in a bank across
the street from the post otticc.
The bandits cut a hole through
the rear door of the pot ottice tn '
order to reach through and unlock
There was no key in the lock and
they were unable to open the door,
in that way. The burglars then
broke out a rear window and enter- j
cd the building.
SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919.
;Body Found in Garden
Barre, Vermont, is Cov
ered With Scratches.
Hy t'nltod Tre:
RAItRE. Vermont. May 3. The
state and local police declared today
that the brutal murder of Mrs. Mary
K. Uroadwell, 2 9 years old, whose
body a,mofit nu(Jp found ,n a
j on it. and with a man s nanaKer
I chief tightly knotted about the
I throat. The hands of the victim
I were tied behind the Lack, and the
j body lay face down in the mud.
The woman's clothing had been!
torn to shreds. The body was cover-j
with scratches like those of
man finger nail" In a little pile of
torn garments the police found Mrs :
Rroadwell's watch and an empty
j Mr?, nroadwell. who Is the mother
1 of three small children, left her.
home Saturday evening after her!
I husband gave her part of his week's.
J pay to buy some groceries. Later she'
returned with the groceries and then
lieft the house saying she was going!
!to a moving picture show. She was .
sen alive after
The police theory is that the mur-j
der was committed in another parti
of the town and the body later tak-j
en to the garden.
SUCCESS IS TOO
CHIC.;0. May .". Success
was a trifte tartly, and Gu.tae
Henri lies dead liere totlay from
Ilrnrlx, who Inventtnl an auto
matic ga lichter and beggared
lilmef on adtertNtng. Mas found
dead In Iii room by a messen
ger boy Itearing a telegram call
ing for a large number of fix
ture, by a big gas tixture company.
HAVE NQ CLEW TO
DEATH OF WOMAN
J V 1LÜ
Capture Six in
Raid on I. W. W.
fty T'nltod Treps:
ru isttLKUM, i a.. .May o
alleged I. W. "W. leaders were ar
rested and a larg quantity of radi-
cal literature was s-dzed yesterday
in a raid by police on the I. W. W. j
headquarters here. j
All the prisoners were Russian, j
Among them was William Wycus of ;
Wilklnsburg, who the police say,!
admitted he was an I. W. W. organ-!
Izer. Wycus was recently arrested in j
connection with an alleged plot to
soize the government arsenal here.
EXTRA SESSION II!
hu-juieanng oi Italian bituation
Brings Hope For Wil
son's Early Return.
P. Pnlted Pro: I
WASHINGTON. May S. The
statement in Paris that the Italian'
the authoritative prediction here
ty that Pres t Wilson will caU
session of congress before
! June 1 possibly May 25. j
! Information here has been that;
Pres't Yil-,on would, call congress
about June 1 and would arrive in
this country just before the day sot
for congress to convene. Now, ae -
cording to later information, it is I
considered "probable" he will call j
the session at least a week before)
June 1. It would be hardly possible
for the president to return aboard'
the George Washington before about!
May 2$ or 27. In th" event he de
cides to convene congress before!
.tune 1 he may return on some other;
, ?hip. !
' The Italian ambc.ssador's report- i
ed statement that Italy will send heri
I peace delegate? back to Paris j
j brought relief in official quarters. j
i It indicates, according to the be-i
lief here, that Ambassador Cellere'sJ
i conference last week with Pres't j
j Wüson was sufficiently satisfactory;
'to warrant th- Italian represent-
j tlves resuming their plcc at th
i ieace table.
NKWSI'APFK POP. THE HOME
WITH ALL THE LOCAL NEWS.
Prepare Program For Future
Work to be Submitted to
IVY ROBERT J. BNDITR.
Py I nib-! Press:
WASHINGTON. May 3. Reor
ganization of the United State?
shipping" board and emergency Meet
corporation for peace-time work is
Chairman Hurley is hurrying the
readjustments that he may be able!
to present to conpres a complete!
program for future shipbuilding !
disposition of ships built durlnp the
war and instrumentalities for carry
ing out the work.
At least two changes in personnel)
in leading board oilicials are expect-!
ed in the reorganization work.
Has SuPMrt of Wilson.
It is understood Prer.'t Wilson will
support Hurley both in hi.s reorgan
isation work and in the course he
hat pursued toward cancelling con
tracts for unbuilt ships.
The nolicy of refusing to build
now for foreign countries is under
! stood to be Pres't Wilson's policy
! and no change is expected until aft
er peace is signed. This course was
I decided upon early this year when
; allied governments expressed a de
i sire for American ship yards to
j huild 4,000.000 tons of ships. j
j Withhold Foreign Requests.
; Pres't Wilson is understood to j
i have taken the position that until j
! t lie peace settlements were definite- j
I ly established and it was ascertain-
led whether the American views of;
justice and equity were to prevail. ;
this country would withhold action;
on foreign reauests for aid in this i
J W ithout establishment of a league 1
j of nations, it was the intention of j
; the president to advocate a tre- i
jmendojs increase of this nation'.-?
I building both as regards war ves-1
j sels und merchant ships. Until it
I could be established therefore, just
how much shipbuilding America was;
' . . . l . : 3 . 3 . . . ...... a . . .
I iO uo, li was ueciueu iu uwei'i. iij
foreign orders. !
.May i.ift nan.
lllill, Itil. LU.ll I'll ivm.i" '
will be lifted with the ratilication
of the peace treaty is accepted as
certain ly oiticials here'.
The revised construction program :
which lias resulted in wide-spread :
protest by ship builders in both i
western and eastern yards Chair-'
man Hurley is actuated by two con
siderations, he says.
First, he feels that we should
not continue building ships at high
war costs under peace conditions
; with money appropriaied for war
, emergency purposes especially
1 where such ships were not to be de-
i liered until 1-0.
Second, he says, "many of the
1 contracts cancelled were for shifts
of a s.ze and type not commercially;
and economically advantageous in
(' time of peace."
j To Siinry Needs.
' Hurley has ordered a complete
'. survey of the shipping needs both :
! freish: and passenger on all the
I trade routes, and this report, ex
j pected within the next 1 o days, will
have an important bearing on
I changes he will recommend in the
construction program for congress,
i To take the place of contracts
now- heinz cancelled. Hurley plans to
let new contracts
later for "largt T
i and rioter snips.
Cnder the rt-ad-
he says, no such
irds will be left idle ana
..t fives w P. be left suddenly
Meantime, be has moved, h savs.
fl, r.n,i immediatelv delays in ad-
' msiment of shipbuilders' claims'
rowing out of cancelled contracts.
WANTED PONY 40
YEARS; GETS ONE
By I'nifM Pre-:
WASHINGTON. .May ö. nie
height of See'y Tumulty's am
bition a-s a Ikv was to have a
Today on his JOtli birthday, he
got one. It was a tiny Shetland,
pr"srfntel to 1dm by a Kentucky
"I feel j-oung to Hde it, but
Pm heavier tlian the pony," said
Ttunulty. as he lievxl Iiis gift.
So he prscntcl it tr his .ung--st
son, Phillip who's a proud
nniitiTniinTinn nil ;
UU IU I IIUU I I Uli Uli
BASIS FOR PEACE
i Delegates Will Reach
May Annex Dalmatian City to
Italy in Three Years.
Py Tnltd Iro:
PARIS, May 5,
This statement was made this afternoon by the Italian am
bassador to France. He informed Foreign Minister Pichon that
Premier Orlando and Foreign Minister Sonnino are leaving Rome
1 1 -ii 1
TO HKCKIVi: DI'IA'C ATTS.
r.y l'nite.l Pres:
PAUIS. ITcparations xxcrc lin?
made today to rcorhr the Unitarian
nnd Turkish pence delegates, hrncli
oilicials examined the lion-ini; fa-
cilitles of the St. (loud and liellctuc
hotels, with the idea of establishing
qunrtors for them in tlioM hotel?
coritT hacks nnti.i:sc).
Py l'nite.l Press:
WASHINGTON. IotnialT rn
liurloon's actions in eludins t-
tain copies of the Milwaukee I Acut
er, Victor llorjjer's pajer, from the
mails Knlay was upheld by the
court of nppcnN here.
would iirrrntN- to cjkrmany.
Py Pnlted Press:
HI'.RNI'. ActHirdlnff to German
nrspawrs, the formr Knicr has
asked I lie government for permis
sion to return to (iertnaiiy and lie
cn estates near Kadlnen.
RESULT OF ilCTS
Magyar Hall Demonstration
Saturday Lands Men in
l'our reils, baia, 1
rntiment against tb'
w ;1 ii iin. it ing
and participating in th" I. V-'. W.
' meeting at Ma car hall S. '. ji lay
night. were arnsted today n.d
an- heing int"iro-at. d Py ''hi-f
, Kline and Asst. Chief Cassidy -n the
I chief's oflice this afternoon.
I The mi-n being held by the a "-
i 1 . i t i , , . ...... T-.l.. I i ti t,i lj rt T' r
blll'l lilt ,1 .lT- Ullii ii,tnji(u ii,, , ,
2110 YV. Washington av.. St- e
. Stea. W. Washington a.. .7'.-
, seph Hagardish. fo: Napi r st., and
Joseph Ozigany, la". N. Walnut
Th" m.-n were tak'-n in charge by
the polite while at their respective,
places of employment. While they
;wrre iieing taken to police head
quarters. lJaumgartner, who appeal s
to he th" b ader of the red mov -!
ment in tbi- city, threw radical
, llteratiii" out onto the t:e. t. The
l pamphlets w ere pi', ked up and ar.
now being held as evidn--.
Ib lieel to He l-i-aili'rs.
The men are believed to be the
1 1 aueis m ,i;e r.i :no ii:--.i'. ii'ii',
tnd will be turned over to the feder-
: authorities after thty are .pj.-s-
ÄT MEET HE HE
no em- tion i ty tue pone- a utnoriti.-s. ac
without i cording to a statement made at po
; lice beadijuarters this afttrnoon.
Kfforts were being made ,y the
police to k-p the arrc
the arret of the four
men .juiet. Chief Kline at first d-
! nied that any arrest f.f I. W. W
'sympathizers had i - n mal. bat
' upon being questioned, he admitted
that th" four men ha 1 been taken to
'his ofhee. II" r.'fJsed to dUclo-c
! their names.
OIL SHIP AGROUND
FOR FIFTEE, MINUTES
15 r l'nite.l pre.
j ST. JOHN'S'. N. V.. .Uy '. The
! United States naval oil ship ground
: e,j at Trepasey b'iy today, where it
j U awaitir.s" arrival of the American
j naval planes which ar. to f!y across
I the Atlantic. Fifteen minute- lat'-r
! the vessel was Moated aain. I -stroyer
No. 70. b-roke propeller bilde
j on a rock assisting tli supply ship,
j One of the destroyers put to i-ea this
Indiana ami I"rr Mlchimn
Fair 'finish? a: -i T .' - ! iv, -r n
es and so ;th pert lor. '.'iihf.
pr'li ;'!. fro ;n r.nrthf rn ;or:o.
fair i robih!v Wedn 1 y.
PRICE THREE CENTS
peace delegates are returning to
tonight ana will arrive ncre
rt the same time, it was
learned that the "big three" is
considering a plan for making
Fiume a free port, under con
trol of the league of nations, tor
a period of three years. While
the Italians uai .1 u go l-la th;
would n.i"v quäl ora ;..cr i.. 1
privileges, in the di-pat- .it d ;: -
in.' 1 Ii i v 1
iod. work Wim. !il
tr'ietion i1 aii'.th' i
I" a I
1 la H
for th. .Ju-.o-sl a s on tin- Ial.)
roast. At llx- xpiratinii id'
t br a i it
a - - ' j n i
a i; d
. 1 1 e 1 li.-
i i ! i m a 1 i a t i s a n l i i J i u : l
in : ii.' k ,i-.- . 1 1 r r-
lleV, d till- U ill follov
of hT j,
na . k i
in i f til- a ppa Ii !i". I:, a r Jta bl
ompropiie i o! pPi lat ed !.y the "'!..;
iliro'" !;. tii. r iih tb -pint i f
com. lli u i ill i 11. d , M.'h tie
llaliai.s a. id li.i ..'.!... i: tb.- jia-t
few da s
i 1 1 1 I it a-. April J;'..
Tlo 1 1 . i i i , 1 1 1 .- ol!u:,ili ,i ii ii ii, i i.f 1
tiuir " ; p. . i .i i 'wlliiir.iw.i! fi"ia
the l" .in i niif.-l i in .p;-.i J '. foi
linviiip j . i j 1 1 1 ! .i J i in of tie- tat. r.t
l i'i i .s : Wilson in wli.ili jo i"
.'aitil (ii.it ii- uo'il'i iii.it i -o!i.. r." "
ll.ll. Jl.iil;:-; i'illli. iTl-iMlii'l: jS
uch a a, ii i",ini u .'iild ! ii: .;.-
iation id" ih.- a i in : 1 i t i i.i- . .. i
the 1 1 priii'-ipb
Ibt'irniiig i" IbMiie. Orliudo ia;I
his a -. i ,' ,'t 1 1
n. Iii and w a-
tab la i . Silo
la jx ! T tu
tides !. Olli
Toward ji -I till
tin I tali 1 1 1 ii;
. i .1 '
"1 ' ii a iii' oi
;!: it time .iho'lii . J
; i I -1 , , j of i i : -
I lal .Hid Die ail:, i
1 i ' t 1 1 ' - i ! : a i o i : . -
woabl perm;' i1.'
moil las.- (bat
Italians In i Ia.
I i n 1 1 for" !-; u t : i 1 1 1:
I i.i i K t i .t r. - .i
(" tin' ; i r 1 1 1 i i
J" a i e
Wi t .'
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