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Carlton 'Hopes' Union Walks
out, Ridding Company
Iiy T'nlted Tr-:
NL'W YOJIK, June 7. Prrs't
Nfwtnmh Carlton of the Western !
Union today declared he hoped the j
telegraphers' union would
strike on all
Western Union lines, as
"I hope Konenkamp does rail a
strike." Carlton said. "That will give !
us a chance to rid the service of
undesirable employes. It will elim- t
inato for all time tnose wno no mu
have the interests of the company at
heart and seek to embarrass Its
Carlton added that the southeast
ern strike situation remained un-
n nnd that nil offices were
operating uninterruptedly in the
strike district. The service was "up
to the minute," he Mated.
only 710 out of 40,000 employes
eligible to union membership have
joined, Carlton paid. Their striking
would in no way impair the service,
KON T..N KAMI STARTS
WASHINGTON. June 7. Threat
ening a nation-wide strike of West
ern Union telegrapher, S. J. Kon
enkamp. president of the Commer
cial Telegraphers' Union of America,
started for Chicago early today for a
conference with officials of the or
ganisation. Following this conference, he said. ;
he would isM'.e a call for the strike-j
An order for Postal operators to j
1p.io their key?, he said, would prob- j
ably com later.
Dale Not Determined.
The date of the strike had not
been determined by Konenkamp be
fore he left for Chicago, but he said
it "will be before June 16," which
was the date set for the nation-wide
walkout of electrical workers.
The strike situation in the south
eastern states was confused today by
many conflicting reports. Union of- i
fuials in the south declared the
Western Union is accepting busines
only subject to delay, and Konen
kamp declared the "tight in th
south already is won.
on the other hand Western i Union
officials stated that ousiness in proc
eeding as usual and that compara
tively few telegraphers are out in
(internment Not Worried.
Governnimt officials here express
. . ti A
c-! no great concern over nie inreat
of n nation-wide telegraphers' walk
out, pointing to the reported state
ment of the secretary of the elcctri
t;il workers' union in Springfield.
Ill IVi it I'ntnvictrp .nn Knr fv.m J
i . r . ' ii rr.tnrninr rnntrrtl nf n Tiü ri t inn '
1.1.. 411. IV --,viim.v rti i.ti..-wi. -
Ol ine wires io ineir owners wouuij
probably make a nation-wide walk- j
out June Iß unnci esary because lo- j
als in many cases w ould be able t" !
settle their differences with loca j
Telegraphers' union heads, how- j
tev. declared the wires of th '
country w ill be completely tied u j
when the general strike is ordered
that the electrical workers anil
probably other unions will act in
smpathv and that they will light
the situation through until they haw
w on their case.
It is understood Pres't Wilson i?
in toüch with the fails.
SOUTHERN WIRE MEN
DISCUSS STRIKE SUNDAY
I'.v T'nlte 1 rre- :
electrical wire workers will hold a
meet ins: S'.md.iv t discuss plans for
the proposed nation-wide strike of
IV I Gohfl, ssprmsricb?. Ill . or- ;
irir.izrr. -aid the stride will be call
t d within 1 days, although he wa i
pot at liberty to gie the specific;
FIND CYLINDER THOUGHT
TO BE BOMB IN STORE
It' T " i ! Pr-e
ril ILADLLPHIA. Pa.. June 7.
tal i i in der
w hieb, ma v bp
op.io was found
t od a y
front of a department store, near a
.ubwav r.tr.mee in the b.eart of the
dowv.iown sh'i'ing d:str: t.
The cylinder w as disco, ert-d by a
watehn.an who caüe.1 the police. The
(,'.jo ; was pi. iced in a buket of
w.tr and s 1 1 i oj n d .1 by fuardi. i
Liprt will t.arr.:ne it.
Standard Oil to
Give Workers Voice
in Plant Control
I5v Fnltcd Prem:
"CHF'AGO. .June 7 Employes
of the Standard il Co. of Indi
ana are to have a voice in man
agement if the company's busi
ness, ?n frr as it relates to hours
of labor, wanes, employment,
working conditions and housing'
it V.UH announced here today.
Primary elections will he held
June 11 at the Whiting, Ind..
Wood River, 111., and Sugar
Creek. Missouri, refineries, when
candidates for employes' repre
sentatives will he chosen. The
election will be held five flays
A Department of industrial re
lations under the manaeement of
a director, is to be organized un
der the plan, representatives
proving unsatisfactory may be
recalled by r two-thirds vote.
Whir of Wheel
and Chip Clicks
But Mishawakan Complains he
Can't Even Enjoy a Friend
ly Little Crap Game.
"We can't even start a crap game
in Mishawaka but the police raid
up, although we can come over to
South Rend and play cards, shoot
craps, play the merry, roulette wheel
and buy booze and the police never
Fred Rexstrew, testifying in the
case of the state against George
Baldwin of Mishawaka. charged
with operating a gambling house
and selling liquor, delivered himself
of this complaint Friday evening.
The case wa given to a jury late
Friday evening in the superior
court and shortly before noon Sat
urday a verdict of not guilty was
returned, freeing Baldwin.
Baldwin was arrested seeral
months ago by the Mishawaka po
lice during the raid on his place at
120 Lincoln way E.. and was con
victed in the Mishawaka city court.
Rexstrew, under examination by
the attorneys, took occasion to call
attention to what he termed the
I vast difference in the way gambling
and bootlegging was treated by the
police department of South Bend
:in.j t iVei w.-i k a South Bend, ae-
Lordinto Rexstre-. is a paradise
j for gamblers compared with her sis
I ter city to the east.
! "We had the doors locked over
I there." Rexstrew told the court,
j "because we were afraid we would
1 be raided. We can't start any lit'ie
friendly game over in Mishawaka
without getting hooked by the cop
pers." Rexstrew said the whir of
the wheel and the click of chips
draws no attention from the police
"U. S. FORCES OUT OF
TWO WEEKS," MARCH
p.y i'nitrd Tress:
WASHINGTON. June 7
maining regiments of the
original j Archangel expedition will be out of
Russia within two weeks. Chief of
; Staff March announced today.
The companies which left Ar
ichangel June Z for Brest, he said.
were companies K, G, I. M and the
nv.hin f-nn romnanv of The 3 39th
infantry, comprising 52 officers and j
i v't mer Two otllcers and 323!
men of unspeeiried units sailed for
j The only American troops to b j
heft of the Archangel foro - March;
ladded. will be the railroad ngin-j
leers sent there this spring Vr spec -
j ial railroad work. March was un-
hie to sav dchmtelv w hen these
w oil Id
Believes Soldier Who Lost
Memory is Her Own Lost Son
I? l uited Pre?s:
CHICAGO, June T. A moth
er's loe and belief t h it her son
still lives, is to bring happiness
int. the life of ' Mack-
1m." a soldier in a London hos
pital, who-e memory is gone.
Mr. and Mrs Charles G.
Mack'in of Kenilworth. 111. If
liee the man. aboJt whom lit
tle is known, is th ir son Lieut.
Charles Puicell Macklin. royal
flying corps, whos" death was
reported ottKially May J, laib.
SAYS STRIKE IN '
IS BREAKING UP
Mayor Gray Points to Return
of Firemen as Beginning
I'nifed I'rpKH :
VAM OC i:U. H. C. June 7.
Municipal employe today Ik-
am inol in tlie s mpatlic-
lie slrike chilled hero in Mipport
of the Winnipeg general .strike.
A. W. Mel 'arlaiwl. husinos ag'iit
of the chi outside einplyes
union. uiiiHMiiKrd all municipal
outsith employes had Ihtii call
The i Ik's not a IT et city
WINNIPEG. Man., June 7.
Mayor Gray today asserted the gen
eral strike here is disintegrating. He
pointed to the return of 60 percent
of th city's firemen to work and the
applications of other municipal em
ployes as proof for his statement.
"The situation has changed from
a battle of maneuver to stationary
warfare." Gray said. "Stamina will
determine results now."
At the city hall it was claimed the
telegraphers union will be the first
to break en masse from the strik
ing body. Twenty operators returned
to work for the Canadian Pacific
railroad telegraph today.
Gray and other governmental au
thorities asserted labor was held to
gether by promises of leaders that
a settlement impends.
Postponement of the city's ulti
matum to policemen will expire to
night. Must Stick or !c Fired.
Mayor Gray said the officers will
be notitied they must remain at
work or suffer automatic dismissal.
"We have ceased giving ground."
he said. "The strikers must take
some backward steps now."
Should the police decide to walk
out. he said Ö.000 special constables
will patrol the city.
The milk and bread depots were
running smoothly .oday. Most
amusement places reopened without
The strike committee, endorsing a
movement to deport undesirable for
eigners, charged the citizens' com
mittee with fostering a rumor that
the strikers are sheltering trouble
some aliens. Iibor leaders charged
the opposition with deliberately mis
representing the issue in the hope of
swaying public opinion.
The railway brotherhood media
tion committee continued its numer
ous secret sessions with labor and
government officials. Both sides
hoped for a compromise settlement
PRINCE OF WALES MAY
VISIT U. S. IN AUGUST
NMWPORT. R. I.. June 7. The
prince of Wales may visit here in
August, it was learned today when
It was stated at the home of Mrs.
odgen Goelet that the prince has been
invited -to be a guest at her home.
Ochre court villa.
The prince of Wales, according to
information here, is expected to ar
rive in Canada earlv m August.
f M'AV JOB l'OK NPKIIDKRS.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June 7.-
None ( hose road work when Justice
; Herrod ordered speeders to "help
j the park board for two hour
IT MAPI; HIM "CKAZY."
ALI5ANY. V. Y.. June 7. "Ccmin?
! from Mnine a bone dry state, to
Albany makes on,- a crazy man."
w as L naries l nompson s e.t ue. lU
j.ide assessed him $0.
They lan to sail for England
If it is not Lieut. Macklin. he
be brought home by Mr.
Mrs. Macklin as their bow
He will be given the best med
ical attention and the love of
parents, who for more thin a
year have tried every means of
going abroad to search for their
son. Mrs. Macklin said tod.iy.
Lieut. Macklin was 1? cars
old when he disappeared. Ac
cording to friends he was shot
down while making his fourth
flight over the German line.
Bomb Wrecks Home; Children Escape
ON PETROGRAD FRONT
JS v I nlted Press:
II MLSINC; Toils. June fi. The
bolshcvikl uncxKH'tclly K'nitI
lire on the front Ik fort IVtro
grad last night and the lKittle
smn .-pread to the whole front,
aeeordin to an oilicial eonitniini
que hy the IMnnlsh war otlice to
day. I'lnnlsh batti-ries In rctalla
tlon shelled Krt)nstutlt. s
Further Circumstantial Evi
dence Implicates Kessler
ry t'nited Press:
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., June 7.
Another link was forged in the chain
of circumstantial evidence surround
ing George G. Kessler, held in con
nection with the mysterious mur
der of Miss Minnie Mae Wilkins.
"The Gasoline Station Girl." on the
night of May L'S.
Henry W. Daringer, brother-in-law
of the murdered girl, returning
here from Hayden, Ind., where he
buried her body, told police that
John Gulley had not been in this
city for seven months. Kessler has
persistently said that Gulley was the
last person with Miss Wilkins on the
night she was slain. The two men
j were comrades in the 10th L S., in
j fantry and Gulley is now wanted as
! a deserter.
! Contradicts Mory liirthcr.
j Miss Wilkins stayed at the lar-
inger home and her body was found
t in a cistern there. She had been
strangled and lowered into the
tern before life was entirely extinct.
Kessler's storv bv s,iying Miss
kins was at the tilling station of the
National Kenning Co. where ho was j
employed, at Ö o'clock -n the after-
noon of the llh. Kessler had told
polke he and the girl met Gulley at
the traction terminal at that time.
This part of Kessler s statement was
also contradicted by his wife, who
said he did -not leave their room un
To Drain Cistern.
With the return of the Paringer
family the police today were pre
paring to drain the cistern. If the
$173 in cash, the Uvallier and the
three rings which Miss Wilkins wore j
when she was slam are found, tne
theory that robbery was the motive
will be definitely removed.
CHICAGO I. W. W. HELD
FOR HAVING EXPLOSIVES
I'.y I'nited rre:
CHICAGO. June 7. Frank Lanki.
I. W. W., arrested several days ao
on a charge of having explosives in
his possession not reci.-tered with
the government during time of war.
was held in bonds of J3.0C. by
I'nited States "ommissioner Mason.
declined to divulge
the evidence against Lanki.
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BOMB PLOTS SET
FOR JULY FOURTH
Flynn Believes Anarchists Who
Are Guilty of Recent Blasts
Will Soon be Caught.
P.y Fnitrd Press:
NEW YOIIK, June 7. Trogress is
being made in the hunt for those re
sponsible for bomb outrages early
this week, in the belief of William J.
Flynn of the department cf justice
investigation bureau which is here
today to direct the search.
Flynn arrived last night and im
mediately got in touch with the gov
ernment and police agents whose ac
tivities have centers here, and re
ceived reports from the anarchist
hunters in Philadelphia, Pittsburg,
Poston, Cleveland and other cities.
Hear of Now Plot.
Flynn declared l.e was conrtdent
the bomb mystery would be solved,
but made no promises as to how
long it would take.
Meanwhile, it was learned that
word of another widespread bomb
demonstration July 4. received by
government agents in Washington
yesterday had caused the authori
ties to take strong preventative
measures. Kvery known source from
which explosives could be obtained
is closely watched, a thorough comb
ing of anarchist haunts is on for
bomb factories and scores of an-
archists are under surveillance.
! Have Pig Organization.
I The fact that this week's explo
i sion occurred in eicht different
' cities almost simultaneously con
vinced the detecthes that the reds
. hae a smoothlv working organia-
. ,,. r ...ui.
lion wmi J'me n.eaii i juien.
! enmmunication. In this connection.
: it wa reportea mat xeiegrapn mes
isare.s sent during the days just be
fore the explosions and long dis
tance telephone calls made during
lhat nrrj0,L Wfro being closely
1'IAN PAHA 1)1 IS TO
WASHINGTON. June 7. Parades
and simil ir demonstrations, de
signed to precipitate riots, appear to
constitute the program of "red?" in
their plans for a Julv 4 outbreak.
according to propaganda literature,!
and other information in the hands .
of government departments hre. j
As a result orgmized labor off.- i
cials as well as government authori-
ties are expected
to take steps to ;
discourage participation of labor'
men. soldiers and sailors in brawls j
w hich the "reds" attempt to start.
According to information here the j
agitators' scheme to stir tip many;
street demonstrations with the hope (
that bloodshed will result.
CANT Ti:LL WHO LIEH.
By T'nlte.l Prpss:
OKLAHOMA CITY, June 7. "To
save my life I can't tell which i?
telling the truth: to save mv lif
I dismiss the ca.se." announced Jus-
j lice Munden, rumpling his hair over
an asault and battery.
U.S. HEARS OF NEW
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STORM WREAKS MILLION
DOLLAR CROP DAMAGE
I)y I'nited Press:
Tl hSA, Okla.. .In im 7. Crop
damage of bw to Sl.ooo.ouo
was wrought by a wind, hail and
rain stonn which swept nearby
counties last night. No loss of
lifo was M"xrtctl in a tornado
which partially wrecked the
towns of Jenkins and Haskell,
Convicted Murderer Jauntily
Lights Cigaret As He
Mounts Auto For Frison.
Pettr Tom made the rounds of tlie
"bull pen" at the county jail Satur
day morning, bade far well to all
his companions of the past year,
lit a cigaret. and then steppe. 1 into
an automobile with Sheriff Lew
Duck bound for Michigan city pris
on, where he w ill spend the remaind
er of his life to atom- for the killing
of Mrs. Sanford Robinson and Mrs.
Arley Ililligas. which too4i place in
Mishawaka last year.
Tom was convicted of the murd r
of the two women last Thursday.
by the jury that heard the case, but j
failure of special Vernon Van Fleet. ;
to sign his committment pap:r be- !
fore he went out of town, neeessit.it
ed his being held until Saturday.
UNREST IN BERLIN
GROWS OVER PEACE
AND INTERNAL ROWS
P E1R LIN, June . The air of un
easiness, resulting from both the
peace situation and internal devel
opments continues to grow in Perlin.
The government is understood to be
preparing for all eventualities.
Count Prockdorff-Rantzau has ad
vised the government "that he expects
to receive the allies' answer to the
counter-proposals Sunday or Mon
day. The attitude of pessimism prevad
Ing otheial circles was reflct-d in
the newspapers today, none of which
held out any hope of real modifica
tion of the peace terms.
FIRST AIR EXPRESS
IN CITY FRIDAY
Approximately 100 automo
biles and Ü00 people were at
Netre Dame field Friday after
noon to greet Lieut. Lavid L.
rehncke on his first flight to
the city with a cargo of Society
Prand clothes from Chicago,
consigned to Sam Adler & Co
IL C. Sackett got the first
lishtweicht suit that ever amv
in'.o the city by air. The plane
arrived at the field at and
whs met by trucks that con
veyed the clothing to the store
The fiights will be nvide each
week on Thursday, nceordinsr to
AS PRISON LOOMS
Explanation From Paris Says Document
Reported in New York is Not One
That Will be Sisrned.
WASHINGTON. J une 7, Difficulty in getting witnesses may
i interfere with the "treaty leak" investigation ordered by the
' Unless Sens. Borah and Lodge, upon whose statements the in-
' quiry is based, will tell the investigating committee the names
of New York men who can substantiate their charges, the prob
! ers will have to turn to the American peace delegation in Paris
! for a cue, it was hinted today.
In Day's News
' H ICA I r Modern deteet i e
science is "agin" the youthful
pnntry vandal, 'bester Frae. 1
years obi. was accused of wreck
ing his father's house when he
failed to wear rubber cloves' in
attacking the cherry pie.
CHlCAC.o No need for di
vorce courts. Albert 1). Keil wrote
his wife admitting indiscretions.
She tixed alimony at $'0 per
week and took the childr n.
S 1 K A N 1 :. Wa sh . h il e tire
department men next door won
dered wh it the noie was about,
yeggs foiaed the door of th
FMridu' Purk coiiiniiiy'c safe
and retired w ith $1.0eo ash.
SPOKANF. Wash. W. 1 f.
King, motorman. was arretted
today on charge of running his
street car .'' miles an hour.
MDi:ST. Calif. L. P. Har
low's ice house at Ceres burned
down but the ice didn't melt, so
L. P. lias the "business as urual"
siqn displayed, with fireproof ice
as a specialty.
INDIANAPOLIS, id.It took
1" stitches to sew the throat of
Azlien Prown, where her hus
band had passed a razor. Levi,
her biu-ger half, was find Jl a
stitelv l.'I in all and wis sent to
tlie jieal farm for twice 1.1
a . y- '
I'nited Pres :
VIF.NNA. June 7. The opin
ion prevails in Vienna that the
treaty submitted at St. Germain
is only the jirst stage in the
neace negotiations. Th public
;;s wa ll as otl'u iabh.m regards
the terms as so severe that mod
ification is certain.
The Austrian peaee delf cation
is 'Xpeeted to submit a series
of counter proposals which will
open up discussion and lead to
BRITISH CARGO SHIP,
BADLY DAMAGED BY
FIRE, TOWED TO PORT
i P.y I'nited Pres :
NEW YORK. J
ish cartro steamer
damaged !y fire, i
New York bv th
7. The Frit-lb--er
be-;g toW'e.l mtO
An- r: a m r.i r.s-
i rd i n g to v : .- -d
port W st Ha . n. a'
less ad'l es rief i , !
thoritb s lu re tcfla.'. .
A mf.-.-age from ?:.
th" engines and
iner gear of the
i f e f ' 1 " I
eohin-ii.--iori and th it
badly by hand. One
kilb-d and the third
iouslv burned. The
- w -r-i
i southeast of Ambro-e Light when
the message was sent, and J
j present rate of spee J tby ar
. perted to reach th- Light at i
' clock tonight. Noth.r.g wa s
as to how the rire star'e ;.
' The Par. hb-af ft P if or. Po-.
I on' May 2 ; for Ireland wi'h
j of ca.e oil.
r i :
PEACE MUST BE "HALF
poing to si
J u n e
a f e
an int r lew j-
d h- I e
1 i rr. 'x : .
I U y: -
burg dec! i red th.,
r.ot pay. and that
make lr pay.
s a'.: nl . n !c i nee.i
h i".os-i h.m copia
t !; At Ml New Vor.
!.ot told what financi.il
III .! lit When he v j id );n
' had !-een infor:ted o r tb.e lor.g
! distance telejihor.o that ertain New
j Voriv Hit rests iiad tile tit .it ale!
l t oiisidej-e.I ,1 at a direetots" niotini.
I Cannt i,- lNunxil.
Neither I...i'e nor Horah can 1
i for-a d to :.-tify b fore a st-iute
; in st iL'a : ; eotnmittee, ;t was
point i d
under the con
stitution no senator "shall b- cal'.el
I in question in ar.y other place." for
I any statement made on the senate
i At the meeting of the foreign rrla
j tions eomnnttee Monday when plans
are to be lud for the inv stigation.
j the means of getting witnesses who
can tnmw Unt on t.Me way th"
traty got into New Yorkers' hands
Will be dise-.iSsed.
Lxlgc Mak s no Plan.
Sf'.n. Ldi:e said tfday h has ni
pl.tns for the inquiry and will not
Sen. Hitchcock, author of the in
vestigation resolution, said his in
terst lies solely m getting at th
fac-ts fo.r the purpose of showing
tiiat "monstrous implications against.
Pres't Wilson made not only for the
public good but for some other p';r
poe shall be shown to be fale, as
thev are false."
IS NOT Ti:.T THAI
WILL HI MCJ.Vim.
PA PIS, June 7. The document
whn.li Sen. Lodge reports having
seen in New York is not the on
that will go dovn in history as the
treaty of Paris is the reply of thOü
' lose to Pres't Wilson to the sena-
urs t th u xh
Jerman trtaty is in th hands of
certain American private interests.
In other word, tlie treaty in its
present from will not be presented
to the C er mans for signature. It is
bound to undergo considerable re
vision. Wag stri-noiis Fight.
All throuch the winter months th
president is said to have battled
with Premier Llovd (leorce and Pre.
I mier 'b-mencea u in an effort to
1 draw up terms to which it was pi -!
sltle for Germany to subscribe, or
which could be f nfcr""l by
r.ght reached Ps climax
It is now po-Mhie to stat
cor.'dlüor. s originally jiro-
; posed by the Pritish and French ut
derwent drastic modification in that
! month, bur. even after remodelling
; the treaty was s" severe that th
Prit.sh and e en some of the French
i delegates low a'ree is impo-sible.
to carry them out. The pre?:der..,
1 according to his associates, finally
1 agre.-d to the treaty 1: its pr -.-?;
form in h- !.'!; f
!.'..' ;l into ee-
U 1 1 1 e i v
tion would soon
was in: p sP.de '
T "a llZ l-
eeri if the (Jf-nnir.s
it. Shifting of th-
oliti-il sit u-t: n
h a - no u
.'. V ill Lb
g;v ri r.'.ni
an un xpe
U. S. RELEASE OF WIRES
AVERTS THIS STRIKE
I'.v United Pr :
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electrical workers' str
Jur.e N "f ff '
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