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I nl i.i ii.i 1 ".i : r and r.nt:n': ! t !" r.i tor.ight i t , ; S.;r, ! iy Lsr Mi liigan - I' it' : provable shwr- .i:. ' ;ri r- storm-; tonight ar. 1 Sur -liv. ci-.!:r.-ued warm. OUT nD NEW VOL. XXXVI, NO. 207. IAV AST NICHT H'LI. I.r.ASKH WIK!; TKLKaiKAPHIC SKKVICK. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 2C, 1919. a MrvvsPArnn n n: Tin; rmi; WITH ALL Tili: LOCAL NKWS. PRICE THREE CENTS fo) cn n n it lS3 AFTERNOON EDITION H MKS n n n n n Af fp r p mm Iff I I WILSON WILL OT AGREE TO RESERVATIONS President Plans More Confer ences With Democratic Senators. r.r rnltM Press: WASHINGTON. July 2 5. Pres't Wi'von planned to visit, the capitol ..gain today to confer with demo trat Ic senators, it was said at the white house. He will not po to negotiate for r m t vations to the peace- treaty, it was stated, since he dors not re gard favorably proposals for inter ! r tations or reservations of any kind. There was no Indication at the white house that the president is i' elined to compromise, in spite of reports to the contrary. Writes to Ixlg;( It was also learned that the presi dent has written to Sen- Lodge, chairman of the foreign relations committee, giving information re-M'-:sted by the senate on peace treaty negotiations. Th letter will be made public when IyOdpro re ceives It. it was stated. It is not an invitation for T.od go to visit the white house. It was made clear. The president had no conferences scheduled with republican senators for today. This lent credence to the vifw held in many quarters that Wilson will not invite all republi can senators as he originally In tended. He met two yesterday and ,( rs the day before. Wilson will make speeches on his way to Sin Francisco where he in fnds to welcome the new Pacific licet AuC. lä, it was learned. The date of his departure is still uncer tain. The president and Mrs. Wilson played golf this morning for the fast time in a week. Wilson lias been j. Training from exercise following bis recent illness. WOULD-BE ROBBER DIES IN HOSPITAL p.v Pr.it. : rress : CHICAGO. July 2. Ha rinn D. Hizinbotham and family were much a' rase. With the death in a hospital of Alfred Slackorm.ui. would-be bank robb r. shot by a policeman at Wil-m.-tte Thursday, the source of a threatening 1-tter sent to Higinbot h am is believe. 1 to have been clear ed The letter was of the same hand writing as the chock ?lackorm.in;,' fr 30 iay credits. Former rules presented at the Wllmrtte First of th-' company provided for pay Tri'st and Su vines bank written out niLiM in CO days. Extension of great to -bearer" and signed "bearer" and r credit, it was stated, will do much demanding pavment of all the bank's toward stabilizing foreign business. fltnus I Development of Houmanian fields The letter .cen? to Higinbotham de-U1-' probably will be undertaken to marded payment of $10,00!) and oon- tr.ined the threat that he. he loved most, would be wi'b a r.eeile containing poison. or those sera Uhed a deadly OPERATIVES SEARCH FOR BOLSHEVIK LEADER r.v Fnited Pre.: 'NKW YORK. July Operatives of the I,usk b-is'.ativo committee. 1 lr. f stigating bolshex ik activities in the United State-, were searching to da for Mme. Sarah Nanovna Rav- ) vleh. reported to luve been sent here bv 1. on Trrtky to distribute radi-1 i.tl pro p.. card a in America. A list of i more than 200 alleged "'trusted prop-! ncar.dists" of the bolshevik cause j was furnished the committee. A I number of these are believed to be working in th!s country. RAW SUGAR PLENTIFUL. NO NEED TO HOARD Ilv T'r.ite l l'roos ' Js"i:w YORK. JuTy :v Declaring there i.s an abundance of raw sugar in the country. Oeorte A. Z.i bri.-k le. president of the Fr.it d States Sugar Kauahzation board, announce yes-strolled by law. Recently many re terday that the war b ptraeiit hasi,niests for permission to send muni- so'd to t! ard r.7.oooo0' pounds; of r tin- s :gar Zabrl.-kle :ar should said that j the price of f eed 11 cn?t n 'K ex- pea n1 a n't in ii thre . e- no need of hoarding. TO IUILO HOTl'b. CIIICAC. duly 2. Vogels-ng'sJ fa. nous Chicago restaurant close? its, .locrx tonic ni gimg w io m- r.r,structin of the new J2.000.00C of the hotel. Flick Hawk t'HICAC.o. kissing hre. J Uli:! J2 5. W. H. H. C. of L. has hit The price used to b .en.mil bosted it to Jenkins pai l. The Lighter Side In the Day's News SAN FRANCISCO Homes con taining private liquor stocks are be ing clas.siriel as "special hazards'' by local burglary insurance companies. LOS A NG LLCS Theres nothing in namt'S in the speeders" court. Justice Harlan G. Palmer lined Dr. Harlan fast. Palmer J25 for going too OROVILLL. Calif. I). D. Smith's melon pitch ought to be popular. Two thieves who took two melons, dropped $3. Smith says this la too much for two melons and will re turn half the money, no questions asked. NKW YORK Catching. 'coons in Louisiana is more profitable than catching crook in Brooklyn, accord ing to Policeman Barroi, who has resigned In favor of coons. NBW YORK Persons who bathe at Coney Island often need a bnth afterwards. The governor, however, has been asked to stop throwing of coal tar refuse into the rivers from where it float to the beaches. STANDARD OIL TO New York Exchange to Han dle Shares of New Jer sey Company. Ity United Press: NLW YORK. July 26. For the first time in history the Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey will place its stock on the New York stock ex change, it was announced here fol lowing publication of an announce ment last night to the effect that Si 0-0.0 GO. 000 of cumulative preferred stock will be issued in a refinancing project- Kach holder of common stock will be allowed to purchase one share of the new stock for each share of old stock he holds. It will be offered at par to conform with the stock record of Aug:. 15. Listing of the new stock on the exchange means that balance sheets will have to "be offered for the pub lic gaze, according to rules of the exchange. This also is a new de parture. The corporation never has published a balance sheet. Tor Foreign Development. The money derived from selling the preferred stock, it is understood, will be used to carry out plans for development in foreign countries. These plans, made during the war, it is understood, also will carry an offer to do business on the basis of a great extent. The company has la.-ge holdings there. The tirst pub lic report of the company, given out late yesterday, shows that in U12. the year following dissolution ot the former "trust." net earnings of the company were $35.10T,SST. Uist year the total was J57.2S3.794. Common stock now is hardly obtain able at the market price of nearly $7 in a share- Patrol Border To Stop Munitions Going to Mexico P Fnited Pre.: WASHINGTON, July A more vimlant watch along the border to prevent transportation of munitions into Mexico was i-eing enforced to day, according to reports received here today as a result of Pres't Wil sors proclamation warning against sending arms over the line. F.xport of arms to Mexico is con- Hons over the border have been re- c.jved bv officials here. Conditions are vt ill too turbulent in Mexico to permit that, however, according to t j the proclamation, which announced j that arms may not be shipped : across the frontier. MKI; ALTITt Di: ltLCOKO i, l uite! press : NKW YOKK. July 26. An unof ficial American altitude record was hehl today by Roland Itohlfs. best pilot f'r the Curtlss Lnglneerlng corporation, who flew to a height of '.1.1 ee feet at Mipeola. L. I.. In one NEW STOCK rr: if 'j. . .... s , mm . 4 'JL ' t n . : H'tUlV- A ify sSy .y -v AVvklRfe ' t rv- Uht'- yyyr' y;: y yy: yyj. V ; 7- Ai One of the first photographs fromjof others less seriously injured. The Washington picturing an incident of arrival of a detachment of soldiers the race clashes now raging in the national capital. The riots have re sulted in the death of seven persons. 1 ! mortally wounded and hundn-ds U.S. TROOPS 0E0I1 Railroads Meed Protection, Declares Wilson, in Speech to Senate. WASHINGTON, July 2. Pres't Wilson informed the senate Friday In response to resolution by Sen. Johnson, republican, California, that the presence of American troops In Siberia was a "vital element" in the restoration and maintenance of traffic on the Siberian railroad and th.'t under the agreement with Japan they could be withdrawn only when the American railway experts operating the road were withdrawn. The president said Siberia could be protected from a further period of chaos and anarchy only by keep ing the railroad open and that lack ing the prime essentials of life the people there were looking to the t nlted States and the allies for f'oromic assistance. This already is being extended and additional supplies are to be sent forward. Hovers Menace Road. Roving bands having no connec tion with any organized government In Russia are menacing the railroad, the president said, and consequently itr protection by the military is necessary. American troops, he said, now are engaged in guard duty at Vladivostok and around Verchne I'd insk. A small body also is at Uu rbln. The original purposes of the American military expedition. Mr. Wibon wrote, were two-fold, the saving of the Fzecho-Slovak forces rind the steadying of the efforts of th- Russians at self-defense r the establishment of law and order In which they might be willing; to ac cept assistance. Maj. (len. Graves, commanding the expedition of S.000 men. was specifically directed not to interfere In Russian affairs, the president said, to support wherever necessary. John H. Stevens, the American rail way engineer, who is carrying out the work of rehabilitating the S.i rerian railroad under the dir.ction of the inter-allied committee. NAVAL TENDER REPORTS EXPLOSION; FIVE DEAD B T"nltl Press : COLON. July 2. Reports were receiveil here today that an explos ion occurred in the boiler room of the U. S. S. Melville yesterday, re sulting in 10 casualties, including five dead and live injured. The Melvil.e is a naval tender 7,L0 tons. She was built in 131... She joined the new Pacific fleet soon after her return from the Azores, u-Vir.ro sh -r ri n rfnti- ' T on duty during the si'ier or paper- Ranks charge four; naval .airplanes top.-rent discount on Canadian paper flight of the Kurope. She is now on her way the Pacific coast with th? fleet. Armed Troops Quell Riot 5 t-U hiA$:X.-,: yjr-M .yA' - I ;V; XA f i .U.JtVV jr 11,11 "T. 1 'Z?y i LGTON Ä from Camp Mead, under the com-! mand of Maj. (J.n. Haan, who for- merly commanded the C2nd division of the A. K F., has succeeded in Eleven Drown as Wind Gust Upsets Campers' Boats r.y Fnited Press: SPRINdFlFl.H. Mass.. July 2R. Searchers with grappling hooks were still dragging the waters of Rig pond, at East Otis today, fol lowing the drowning yesterday of 11 boys and men who were camp ing on the shores of the lake. Six bodies had been recovered up to midnight. The accident followed a gust of wind which whipped the waters if the lake and overturned the Hat bottomed boat and canoes that were taking a party of the campers back to an island, following a baseball game on the mainland. A launch, towing the boats, also overturned. FIVE KILLED II Smoke Fills House and Suf focates Widow and Four Children. r.j Fnited Pres: M1RWAFKRF. Wis . July 26. Five members of the family of Mrs Anna (Jump, a widow, were su'To- cat d bv tire early today in their on-story home. The dead: Mrs. Anna Cum p. öl years old; Theresa. 0 years old; Icuise. H years old; dorge, U years old. and Caroline, IT years edd. Two other children. Anna. Jo old. and re- iv-a:s old. anil l,ouis. i years I sta Lgerctl from the burning j smoke-tilled house and were j ved. Heroic efforts were made to resuscitate the victims as thev were removed bv firemen and rushed the hospital in a police patrol and taxioabs. "The tire was discovere! by A. Cieiik. a neighbor. He turned in an ! alarm and. returning to the scene. ; t.:anacel to save Anna. He return- ; ed and entered the building and met ITuis. liy this time the smoke so thiek it w as impo.-sible to ; peretrate it. The cause of the known. The monetary J6 0 fire was un loss w as onlv ! i WILL NOT HISCOFNT ofj.,v pnp;,Hi prs : MONTY. i PORT HFRoN. Mich . July 6. Retail merchants here today decided not to discount Canadian money, to j money. Similar charge was ! l-c made by Canadian banks. aid to MILWAUKEE RE . m:m. 7J vt: fc I I T : v. -. . , .. .- '1 y.rnC'- , ' ; &Uy S;' ..-V"V S. 'vC: V .- partly curbing the outbreaks. Here i:? shown an urmed Kuurd. in a mot- I f ft -v t 1 o ii'ilrnlünrr t lin vtroate in tViu ' ,. ' . . . capitals Negro section. The rioting J is the (jirect outcome of numerous attacks on white women by Negroes i within the past two weeks. I KGREEMEN IL STRIKE Mail Service is Resumed Pending Consideration of Aviators' Demands. PSy t inted Pr. ss: NKW YORK, July 2. The first aerial strike in history apparently had been settled today. Aerial mail pilots who yesterday refused to take their planes out from Relmont Park, R. I., had agreed to resume their regular flights upon assurances of Charles I. Stanton, superintendent of the aerial division of the postoitice department that tl cir demands would be considered in Washington today. Hcspite the temporary agreement, there was some del iy in resuming service. The Chicago mall, sched uled to start at 3 o'clock had not left at S. It was explained that the regular pilot probably had not be-n informed of the settlement and that a reserve pilot woull take the ma chine out. The Washington mail was expected to leave about noon. Reeeie Mrsagc. The pilcts' decision to call off their strike, pending settlement of their grievances, was reached after Stan ton received the following message from Otto Praeger, assistant past master general. "Your arrangement satisfactory. I Will confer with you and representa j the of pilots. For the purpose of I harmony would suggest that some j pilot not engaged in the controversy ; Gf july '22 be selected by the men." j The pilots selected are T. H. An- g!in and Hamilton Lee to represent them. Lee was one of the two pilots whose discharge for refusing to take up a plane in foggy weather was the immediate cause of the strike. The other was Leon Smith. (JoN to Conference. Stanton left for Washington late yesterday in one of the mall planes to confer with Praeper. In addition to dissatisfaction over the discharge of Lee and Smith, the Pilots contend the big planes fur- READ to",ll" in ..,. . cua mm nai thfT r'A necessary safety appli- : ances. They also object to mechanics ! receiving practically the same wages as pilots. I Not a plane left Relmont Park ! yesterday despite- the statement of postal otficials that service would be ; .arried on as usual. NEW YORK INTERESTS GIVE GERMANY CREDIT I P.r Fr.lted Press : ! RF.RLIN. July 2c. (Delayed) ' New York financial interests have 'of.ered to extend Germany a credit t of 1 00.000,000 for the purchase of ' food and raw materials, according to cade advices received by the I Vutsche back here today from ! Martin I aunt Nordegg, German financial RECESS FOR HOUSE HEAR, RUSH BILLS Heavy Week of Legislation Planned To Get Important Business Settled. I'.y Fnited Pre: j WASHINGTON. July 2. With bouse leaders agreed on a recess for j nearly all of August, plans were. under way today to push through! several important bills next week. One of the effects of the recess' probably will be longer life for 2.7". pcicent beer. It is not considered. ukely the senate will pass the pro hibition enforcement bill before the house recesse.-j. Final approval of, the measure will have to wait until I the house reconvenes. The tirst legislation on the pro gram for next week is the resolu tion of the special house investigat ing committee, ordering Sec'y Raker to place large supplies of army food on the market immediately, in the hope of reducing prices. Following that an effort will b- made to re peal taxes on soda water and ice cream, as promised by the republi can steering committee. Legislation providing for depor tation of enemy aliens will be tak er, up, if time permits. Chairman Fordney of the ways and means committee today said the bill licensing and placing a high tar- itl on dyes will be reported out next week, but probably not be acted on then- CONFERENCE HELD TO AVERT STRIKE ry Fnited Press: CHICAGO, Julv 26. Conferences were to be resumed today in a last effort to avert a threatened strike of 15.00-0 surface and elevated rail way employes that would paralyze Chicago's transportation system. Parleys continued long into last night, and while no decision was arrived at, it was understood the union men assumed a conciliatory attitude and even submitted com prmi?e proposals that gave hope of a settlement. The two main proposals were: That r o run shall extend over eight h'Hirs and that SO percent of the runs fhall be made without inter ruption. Thee points, it was said, if grant ed by the railway officials, may be Substitute! for the eVmand for the straight eicht hour day demanded. A wa'e of 6 2 cents an hour was ofiered instead of the S: cents de manded, it was intimated. ACCUSED OF ATTACK ON MASONIC CRIPPLE II y Fni:el Press: FRANKLIN, Tnd.. July 2. George Carpenter. 57 years old. to day faced a charge of attacking Miss Opal Holle't. a paralytic crip ple at the Indiana Masonic home, where Carpenter is a night watch man. The affidavit tiled by Supt. Fletcher Boyd charges that the at tack vas made last December, but J Miss Hollett kept it secret until her, condition became serious. Carr?nter waived preliminary hearln-r and his bond was placed at $1,000. He asserts his Innocence. Carperter has children here who have recome prominent in social circles. Plan Drive Here For Benefit Of Belgian Babies Elaborate plans are being made for the drive in the uptown businets, league opponents also u.a-l the district, Saturday, Aug. 2. In behalf ; n-eess to iif ;Sv plans for eour.v r of the xHelgi.an war babies. Thejnetlng the rffeeta of tlie pr ident's benefit will be knc--m as the Queen j direct appeal to the country through Elizabeth fund. Ibis fpeakint tour. They are undrcil- Relgian girls will be on the streets; ed whether they can s, are men lik all day that Saturday with small i Ronan an3 Johnson from th' s.-nate banks to receive money which theito make tours, but are agreed that citizens are asked to give in x-1 fon" nu-ans must ho found for re. change for relies captured by the j plying to the president's arguments Relgian army and that used ?y their soldier.. Many things will be sold. RITPOKT IPXITTH KI sK.NS. by the girls. i p.y Fnite i pre.,: Mishawaka and South Rend both' RASLF. July 2", F. reign Min are planning a great time on thaFistt-r Rawer of Au-'ria has resigned, day. livery effort is being marte by ; reports from Vienna sai l tod iy. the men who have the drive in! ir. Karl Renner, chancebrr ;;Md charge to make it a. success, both j brad of the Austrian pear,- Iclea- financially and in tho mln'lj o' theitiop. has assumed the added rspon- "Y--w City Court Room Resembles Monte Carlo in Trial Hundreds of Dollars Worth of Gambling Devices Are Offered in Evidence. wixirnv Frank .u-iafoti a found g'lilty of M-rat inic a gambling Iioii-m' lollovting hi trial in it emirt, f-hortly Ik fore ihu'ii t I.:v. He was iuiod jsäo ami -ot. and scntciM'iMl to :iO daj in jail. A charge of liaing un lawful psv(viMi of liipior is still pending again-t hint. City police court h.okd like a miniature Monte Carlo Saturday morning when gambling devices, I valued at several hundred dollar: ; w re laved out before the court as 1 evid nee and exhibits in the case of i the Stato vs. Frank Gustafson. charged with opt-raim a tcamiMn room and illegal possession ol whis- , ky at ll's H. Washington a v.. sc i mid iloor. j The place was raided, by the po lice, July I'J, !y Ieteetive ergts. ; Futting and Rarnhart and a s'juad. i Thd case turn pied the time of th court for the greater part of th- forenoon and was s,till being hear.l ! just before noon. A sharp b ual battle started when the case of .Mrs. Rimer Co b was heard Attorneys Ccorge- Sands as- sisting Heputy Prosecutor Schock fur the state, and Atty. Kurtz match ed wits in the trial which created considerable interest. Mrs. Coyle is sueing for support of a six months old child. A case is now pending in ciicuiL i uuri wueieiu c o le asis an - nulment of marriage on grounds that it was accomplished u nder luress. Hearing of the evidence was v ""'.. w ouin.-.i.i. i.it.i ii.i:. Harry Kolupa was Jined $20 and osts, susp nd d. on a eharc or as sail It and battery brought by h: wife. LEAGUE FGES SAY Opposition Declares Political Plans Are Made to Bring Public Sentiment. Ft" FniU-1 I'ri" : WASHINGTON, duly 2 ß. That senate democrats an planning to n.Lke I'irs't Wilson a third term c.-iididate was the declaration to u.'i; of leading opponents r.f th League of Nations. Thy asseit-d the democrats haw- rar'fuily work ed out a plan to reate a situation thit may be summ d up thus. They will reate the impression throi gho-jt tii- country by means of sr.ate speeches tb.it jpposition f the League is based n personal jealousy and partisan hostility to Wilson This will opi-n the way for Ht ra ;n claim that unless Wilson runs arid is re-el-ct d th" I tU" of Na-i tions will be ruin'd hv rep iMicans. ' should they get control of trie ad-j miristration. -Third Term Ilot.M As proof of what m- s-n.itor to- j lay called the "third term plot." r:- i publicans pointed out that d-m-j er.it:; who have spoken this week rn the L agu have emphasized th ; charge that the pr-sident's oppo- i rents are jealous of his pr stiire , and eager to tear down his work. : While the senate and the foreign relations committee remained idl i j tol y. preparations were rnad for I renewal of th itt.ate Monday. Fur- th-r ;ttacks on Pres't WINon be- ! icaus. of his withholding 'h- Fr-r.h i 1 1 rf,;ity were expected. n r rnrw ni n e n m huh y , uns Linau u niiMF will m IIIIIIIL. II ILUUIIll wb:iity or lurtia itcitUary. ... ... lability of PENSIONS AND N PLANT POLICY Increase in Wages, Shorter Hours, to Begin on First of August. 'd age p.; ! ! r,' !l;i;i u t h r with .i r i !:fe i i s' ; i-.i nrc f.- iri iik !'i .iM in. w;i s; s a: d a le.'uction of b.i rs I . r e:nj ear. .-.1! w.lt .i n - of u hi h ben r.Ts tt b giri Aug I f th; roam e,J J,y ,,;e;i ( , s Im k r orj.or a! o.n T h V w e re the S mom ; r S veral tltiojs,, nds of rr. a : i women u iü ;:l iin,,.r tn,. pr iT,f v hieb sie,; m i . a M y is s-l i.i to l.e the y r . ,i 1 . St behalf of tl workers taken nii'i i f. 1 1 1 cor jora t m n . 'I-i:irihing Frida. : s'ateni' lit n 'Hit A'i-'. I ." si'.i this rv. t r ii i ti . 'tlie South Retid plan's of the .-' ; b baker corp oration will be op. -rat. d -n ; sch-dule of 4 h-'irs p.! ve.-;-r ir.j-tc.id of " hoMs as he-ctof. .re, v hours for :i e v ; C0 1.MtlTg "1 - -4 ..r ( hours on Sa t urt! t s. Th t:- schedule barmop ie with t. schwules of th. I tro;; aivl Walkcr- die, hitario. i la nts i nd m k e. ; 1 1 1 i of shorter ; ! c wit Ii t h- mo.'.ei r; I working hours for- in.'n.sinal :piO(S. All Wage rates Will b rn- a 1- J -st-.! to comp nsate T',p;o f..r the redace,! opcratit'g hours Tn ad dition, the corpora tiin i reviewing jj - f individual w.i-,- rat of a'! !- ; rt merits and '-a-r. n - :.-, u h,.r w anv ;. j .t m,:r?s .u r, ( ur u t,vmi. ,,, ,.XI .;cv ,';f corjtoration lha wares paid bv it -p th" la ill at all of m s '' at l-ast as high rally prevailing in as t h ' s . similar ti : i -! s I throughout th- Jistri. ts in w hi. h v.i piants and oüics r.r Hate More "Furth rnior, th Io ;t t r d. management has all'iwa tl it t b rm. known that they are developing important pi.i:-; fr thr benef t of all emploes wli.. e i annual -arnmgs are -2."tnt or '-ss iinii I which continuous s-r!-- will 1 . . .- .l . . j " i . a i o ,-t : i :i s e ! a i li i 1 - niarKai.le and hlxiai w a;, s. im Ill ing payments flf empbe m-nt a;.r.. is.t: i ewai-'Js. annual a-.t;o;H with pay f.r f.n tory cinpli.w-. irehise o-pai ti:r.-h:p plans. :i p nsj,ns and life insurance. 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