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EDITION a PhTTHHTT vi:TiiriL Indiana: I. . C v.? v. 1 h!inilr:or:rH ; r-d !.'. ".-.y-.t n 1 i I Vi If JLJL w ' -: ; . o : . t i r . .-...) t- VOL. XXXVI, NO. 232. I'AY AND NKJUT FILL IJ.VKI wn:r; tlukh'apmp; sfkvici:. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 20, 1919. a Ni: spaphk rui; thi: ipvk WITH ALL THI LOCAL NLWS. PRICE THREE CENTS ET BEND ATI ti i r t i I". NäL n ni ! J l I i mJm. TO vLi LI Ljüüw r. V, SENA TE IM SOLDIERS CHASE BANDITS OVER WA rail Obscured by Cloudburst, but Intrepid Kentuckian Leads Men on. T'.y Pnitrd Press: CI. PAS Texas. Aug. Four trops of the eighth United States cixairy, rtimorctn uy lour moie airman s from I'ort lUiss, resumed I their hunt at dawn today for the Mexican band which kidnaped Lieuts. Peterson and Davis. Alter a night .spent in : fireles. t-tnip on the barren wastes of the ojinaga country, the American troopers, led by ('apt. laonard Mat . ack and with the two rtscued avia .rs as guides took up the almost -lel. ss hase. A cloudburst bad nb- .tejated the trail rhe only contact reported with Mexicans was by the pilot of one j plane which returned to .Maria, witnj bullet-riddled wings. Three Mexi cans fired on the machine and the bbscrver replied with a machine, un, Killing one Mexican, the tlyeri believd. I Capt. Matlack, w ho paid SS.Ö0O of j the ?13.000 ransom and galloped off! with Lieut. Pvivis to the stupefied j surprise of the bandits said before t.-;iHn.' his forces, bac k into Mexico: "I'm Minj; to Ket back monev." that i Loads fen Through Wihls. The intrepid Kentuckian, with a record of IS yeirs in the regular ;irmy. if leadlntr his nun over one f the wildest districts of northern Mexico, cat up by arroyas and jair--ed mountains and marked by deserts. The troops carried only meager rations on mule parks. A lield wireless to Candelirii and thence a tleld telegraph wire to CM. Langhorne's head.marters in Marfa. is their only means of communica l ion. With canvons and hills affording i tiie bandits many possible hiding places, the American troops are con fronted by a difficult tak. Hut mili tary authorities art- hopeful that Kenteria's band wdl be oertaken. They believe the bandits will be captured or killed. Maj. fan. J. T. Dickman. com mander of the southern department, is expected to reach Marfa today to direct the border operations in the STES i t j bi ' Lend district Col. Koyce. chPTicre lancu ior iasi nnnim neu .1 iv7itK.ii othcer under Hickman, hast strike riot resulted in the death of already arried in Marfa. HUNDRED TANKS GO TO MEXICAN BORDER FORTS Jix t'r.it.vl Pres : O LVMiU'S, O. Aug. 20. One hundred tanks of the one man type and three thousand rifles have been shipped from the army resene de pot here to forts on or ne.tr the Mexican border within the past werk, it was learned todav. The ! w on consignment was divided he San Antonio and Fort I'.liss. Ü'i.-crs at the ilared the tense had nothing to reserve depot, de- Mcxic.m situ itiou l,i with the recrnt phinents and tb.ar orders to tran-' fer the equipment had been r ceived weeks f o. CHARGE NEGRO WITH ASSAULTING WOMAN p. v T'nitfd Press ' INDIANAPOLIS, Ind . A-.--, . r. - Aihert Ilaine. necro. is under arrest . today charged with burg'ir ami ,ts- sault ..nd battery with intent to kill.) folfowmg an attack late last nicht j ( n Mrs In.i Abraham j Mrs. Ahraham was stabbed three j times in the back by a bursar; whom she found in lr room. She Told th" police that she arose from of a her h-d to ham the source foisr Mid as she 1 i.-hted a lamp, a from ur.der the a rov. nd h r neck olorc.l mm s!i l bed. p i? his arms . nd choked her. GERMANY WILL PROBE INCEPTION OF CONFLICT i WLIMAIL Aug The cor.:i- t uflor.al cfitnmittce of the Cennan, r at tonal y today re:oni m nd - - d the of l" s s p 1 1 n s ; ai-p')intmen.t of a ommis-ion m-mbers to nwuire into re-; ;iity f- prdo r the w.u. its ngatn.u and ui: in p '. el r- m&ay was defeated. NDS DA YLIGH The Lighter Side In the Day's Neics ClIHWCiO Tli almighty dollar a:iMI tin fall of C. (i. Werner. To. lico arrcstctl him for mm-support ulM'ii 1w aPiH-arrd at Ills vlfc's home to get .some money slur promised. CHICAGO Abe Linskey is through being a junk dealer. Sern carrying a big bundle yes terday, bandits shot him in the arm, then refused to carry away the clothes they found he had. DALLAS. Tci. i:M- lla&hful has fihil suit for Ii onus fiTMn .lohn Su-lif ill. ST. LOUIS. Mo. Aaron Dewosk in wanted a divorce but he didn't remember his wife's name. He said he hadn't known her lone. She was rec ommended to him as a god stepmother for his children, ho h'aid. c AHY UNDER MARTIAL RULE Q p q McM DC3fJ in Packing . Town Riots Eleven Deputies Injured. . Hv United Prets: MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Aup. 20. The packing town of Cudahy was declared under martial law at S o'clock this morning by Col. P. C. Wostphal, who has been designated as mu.iary governor unm ine iruuuie resulting from yesterday's strike rlotlnur Is passed. At 4:M o'clock this morning a special train load from Camp Doug las rolled into the yartta and 4 60 state guards and 16 officers took charge of the situation. Cordons of sentries wem immediately spread over the Cudahy property, compris ing luf) acres, and every entrance and txit closed. Access to the plant is now possible only with military passes. Twenty-five young women mom- "rs of the ofhee force remained quarantined in the oflice all night. They dared not run the gauntlet of Hying bullets and bricks last even ing and decided to remain until the troops arrived. As no lights were permitted during the night to dnrw the possible lire of the strikers, they had anything but an exciting ex perience. One of the first military orders was closing of all saloons. Four companies of state guards one man. injury by shootinc of eight , . i ., i- t r others and wounding of a, score of! others by blows and living missiles, j Eleven of the injured were deputy i sheriffs. 1 All PUirArifVQ "I CniTQ" I MAY BE DARK TODAY Jlv I'nited Press: CHICAGO. Aug imate theater in i Kvery legit- J Chicago Will be iark s h o w at today's matinee and night j proportionate':." to the increased, if orders from officials of the,,-f,nts if W:1S ... tho n,ii, ,,f ,ht.; Actors' Fruity association and the ; union of stage hands and musicians issued last night are carried OUt. only through action of the. stace hand.s mu.sicians. however. , could the thespians close the houses. ; thus prolonging the strike against members of the lasers' association. prevented more shows from clos.ir.fc-. Long-Sought "Reds" Said to be in Net I". v t'nlteil Prfs: Yi CNlJST WN. O. Aug. 2' Mighty-eight m n and two women were caught in a raid on an al lege.! bolshevik meeting in K-ist Voun-stown. near here last nicht. The raid, planned bv federal c:!icers , oi levciana, was carried out wnn : tho aid of secret service operatives. Sheriff Hen Morris and 10 deputies. In toe catch agents believed they had international "lied'' leaders ! , ii' u.iu- oer-ii ini.iii i'v int i, a - ,,nlmf:it for months. . wagon load of literature, books and pictuos was taken. Many of tho pictures were of Kcd 1 al r. I. w. of liusi.i. while some were W. pist rs. Th. pamphlets iwi-r ia foreign languages- Welcomes Prince of Wales ii i i i i i ' ' " T ( i ... ( v.- -.v-- ' v . . ? rVfcV:- k-u :-'" J-nSt- V . . . . ,i ; . i $m - r '; : -; 'v;;; : - j:. . , VJ ;' ; y-r-' ' it't " ' rS ' ' v W$&&& I'll Slil: f f ' 3 1 : rGOVENOte MILL1KE.N OF MAINE- Gb2BElTrlO. . ;;:,-';.THE ,PfaiNCg. OF. 04 ; Among the men of national prominence who greeted David Windsor, prince of Wales, who recently arrived In America, was Gov. Milliken of the state of Maine, who met the young English heir-apparent when he stepped from IT. M. K. Renown, on which he made the trans-Atlantic voyage, C CAG RLS EMTAL CHARGES Hundreds of Complaints of Rent Hogs" Come to City Council Committee. P I'nlted Press: CHICAGO, Aug. 20. Charges And counter charges of apartment tene- , , . . . . - merits and owners hundreds of tnem received by the city public service department in Chicago's probe of hih rentals, will b iu ard i by the special committee ot the city . council probably Friday of thi week. W hen the special committee j j prol es the charges. recomnienda- tions will be made to the board l oviow that tax assessments, of of .mart men t owner h, im.re'un.l . puhiic service department. I With increased assessments the! 'rent hrir" will hive no .ev,Min fori m ... 'S- -.- X- "- V -KT' exorbitant rents charged by the ten-ipv ants, it was pointed out I of Chicago's 2,700,(mh.i population, approximately Sri percent are rent- Producing- Man-icrs. When the city opened its probe! Court action had; of the "rent iio" hundreds plaints were received. The increases ' complained of were in most casvs fron, sin to ir. a mnn.h l.iiidlords sork I'xcii. I -iimioiu tK i.ns4. 'My l.n.Uo-d -.!. .t ti,.. rt lltv4vr. n . l .4 I C 111 o n h:s ati.ai tments $ - i month." sai I one uuiaiu. ir.eie aie 1 1 apart- t nionts in the ouiKIiiig and wlien I 1 asked him the reason for the raise; he said 'All the rest are doing it, so! why shouldn't I '." " Another tenant had occupied the same apartment for a number of years but his landlord raised th' rent 7 a month, because, the tenant said, he had children H always had had children while living in the I flat, he added. ! Owners in counter charges sav thy are forced to raise their rnts for one of two re s0r they h tAe undesirable tenants r they must 'meet the ! per.se s". increased maintenance ex- . stiln;i: wimi c;it.XTi:i. I'.v l'ii!ii Pr-ss : CAHLINVILLK. II!. In conform ity with a request in his will the, body of I N. Martin ;as neither: wash d nor dresx d and artd t , the cemetery in a delivery truck. Speeders Will be Forced to View Victims Ily T"ititerj Press : CHICAGO, Aug. 20. Speeders in Chicago will have to view bodies of victims of speed mania, according to a new plan put into force today by Judge Stelk of the ' speeders' court. Sentencing eight men yesterday for speeding, the court, after a lec ture, ordered the men to the morgue where they were shown the maimed body of a child killed by an auto mobile. If the new "curative" process is not suthoient to b'ssen death rate lue to "joy rukrs. Judge Stelk said a new punishment nimht be sought. vw.-n i ii. oi (Uiiiiui iiy in preserine the shipping post on the lake front where all could prather around to witness Stelk. the spectacle," s;iid Judge EXPULSION OF BRITISH CHARGE D' AFFAIRES IS DENIED BY CARRANZA i nited ?tcs MFVTPO CITY ,, on Sensa- j Pritish i tional renorts that thn charge d'affaires. William I Cnm-! mings. "has been expelled from Mex-I rata with the Mexican -overnn.ent u-,r., .lonui ,oh i,; " i.i, ,nno- J -1 t-i " " t- . i The I nited Pr.ss correspondent) The was 1 1 ... . ui that Carranza merclw had nor ifi.i tile various departments of gove-nim ::t that Cummir.gs had no ornciai standing, cause of the attitude of the lritish government! jin refusing to recognize the present : Mexican administration. Carranza had order..,! tv-. ' , , -. -..-.v.. iu,u euiu-,xrv. mines should receive the Mnip'class power and privilege," Cuyler! cnurtesus accorded any Pritish sub. j ject. it was stat d. "out reports that and friction med. had occurred were de- TOMORR OWIS DOLLAR DA Y Tomorrow is the Semi-Annual Dollar Dav put on by the enterprising mem bers of the Retail Merchants bureau of the South Bend Chamber of Commerce. Unusual bargains have been offered for this occasion. Thousands of outside shop pers are expected to join with South' Benders and Mishawakans in making this season's Dollar Day a bigger success than usual. It will pay to visit the stores advertised in Today's News-Times, on Dollar Day tomorrow. T SA VING BOTH HOUSES PASS REPEAL OVER VETO BY PRES'T WILSON l'.y I'nito'l Press: WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 America's experiment in day light saving ends for good next October. By a vote of 5 7 to 19, the senate today passed the repeal law which had been vetoed by Pres't Wilson, and which yes terday was passed by the house, 223 to 101. The repeal succeeded after two failures. At first, the move to end daylight saving was made a rider to the agricultural ap propriation bill, then, when this failed by the president's veto, a second effort to make it a rider was attempted, but killed in the house. The U nited States will have followed the advanced time schedule, for two seasons when the present repeal law takes ef fect. II D ESENT SCHEME Rail Executives Favor Gov ernment Control Until Con ditions Are Normal. Ily t "nited Pre.s: WASHINGTON, Aug. 20. Con tinuation of present railroad rates and government guarantee of the btandacd return until conditions again become normal, were advo cated it fore the house interstate comnuice committee today as the only way of preventing disaster to the rail lines by Thomas DeWitt Guyer. chairman of the Association of Railway Exccuthes. Other features of the plan of the executives were: Creation of a federal transporta tion board to have a general over sight of the railroad problem in the public interest. Ves'ing in the interstate com merce commission the supreme rate making power with the direction from congress that the level 01 rates ordered by the commission shall provide revenue sufficient to pay wages and other expenses of opera- tion, a fair return on the value of j the property used in public service ! and establish and maintain a credit suiucieui io ai'.iacu me new uijiimi necessary to meet the public needs for tra asportation facilities. Asks Greater Unification. (Greater unification of public reg ulation, with exclusive national con trol of the issue of new securities ami uil: t'Apeuuuuie ui ne v.-'i'u.ii,i with the provision of federal incor- poration of Interstate carriers. i Consolidation of existing lines in- ! to strong competitive systems when-j ever it is found to be in the public! 1 . - . - - 1 I ..... . . . 9 AAr-lll interest, with provision for the joint UM of terminals and equipmenr Th indebtedness ot tne rauroau; cpm,,,ni,s to the government on ac- 4 count of new capital expenditures! , . i v,, -.,-aa ! diinnz ieuerai euiuroi 10 u luuucu for 10 years- Cuyler opposed spor sored by the the Plumb plan.! railway brother-1 that under the! I hoods, declaring !to one class of labor. I ! -instead of democratizing ind"s- j I. , , ...v.i:u :-.,,,.t 11 WOU1U CSiaiUlSIl Hi lliuunn. said. The promise of the Plumb plan; upporters that it would lower rates , Cuyler fald. was '"entirely illusory." j NEXT TARG ET BT F CLAIM Attorney-General Appwrs To day to Push Strenuous Profiteering Measures. I5y t nlte.l Pr. ss: WASHINGTON', Aug. fl T ):1 To tending to show profiteering in cloth-j Wednesday morning on th. muffler ing is expected to be laid before thCirharge. and paid a fine of J". and house HLTiruIture committee todavi("osts leeauso ,,f his penchant for when Atty. Gen. Palmer appears in support of his proposals for exten sion of the Lever food control act. Palmer, it s believe!, will reveal some of the facts now known to bo in possession of the department of justice concerning the manufacture of cloth and clothing. Clothing generally has increased more than 10) per cent, in price m three years, government statistics show. The federal trade commission has figures showing the cost of manu facturing many articles of clothing. These cost figures are below retail I. rices of men's suits, shirts, hats, shoes and a .score of other articles of apparel. The tigures also are available for use by Palmer. l'rge Ilroaucr Probe. Palmer late yesterday returned to Washington from a week end trip to Pennsylvania and New York to confer with senate agriculture com mitteemen in his otliees. The sen ate committer has also considered Palmer's proposed amendments before- it. Ilefore the house commit tee today Palmer will tell also of he need to broaden his nation-wide profiteering and food hoarding in vestigations. On amendment provides a jail sentence for food profiteers, which Palmer plans to light hard to get passed. No penalty is provided for punishment of profiteers convicted under the Lever food act, although hoarders may be sent to jail, fined U00i, or both. Studies Meat KciMrts. Palmer todav also was studying! , - J agriculture department reports on meat now in storage. These stocks of practically every kind of meat held in storage have increased since Aug. 1, l'JlS. Frozen pork storage holdings in creased 47, 8t-1,405 pounds during the year; pickled pork holdings 11, -286,255 pounds; lamb attd mutton 4.12S.UM pounds; cured beef 2.7H2. 092 pounds, while miscellaneous j meat holdings increased ,:5.H4 pounus. I based op. tele-rams from widely s. p-; Holdings of frozen beef, dry saltjnrated districts vhi h show how! pork and lard alone showed de-1 house .vives are pressing forward toy creases in amounts stored compared buy army food by parcel post, with last year. Frozen beef holdings In many cities hundreds stood in: decreased approximately 1 2.no0 '00 line o get their orders in. In some; (pounds; dry salt pork 4,000,000 and ; j lard COU, 000 pounds. Following; Iiis appearance before' the house committee today Palmer I was to confer witlr tt sub-committee i of the senate agriculture committee rwny pi'KLit nn Tn tiv nrn t on t not I clothing and other necessaries', a plan which senators ns well as house members are seriously considering. Hearings on the Kenyon bill will be resumed today with I'en. M. An derson, Missouri, testifying in behalf of Missouri shippers. OMAHA FOURTH ESTATE STRIKES FOR MORE PAY llv t nit 1 Pr j : OMAHA. Neb.. Aug. 20. Fol lowing rcfu-al of the publishers to grant their demands for a ?A Ier cent, increase in salary and better working conditions, the entire repjrtoria". staff )f the Omaha Daily Pee were on strike today. The men announced that in addition to picketing their "runs' they will help other pa pers "scoop" the p,ee. Victor Hose water, editor of the Pee. announced he would refuse to deal with the men as an or ganization, but would deal with them individually. Three Out When Motorists Bat Against Police -Tuesday's inning in the continu ous free-for-all between the S- uth llend police department and the Amalgamated Speed Oemons and Cut -out Fiends resulted in a scor" of , four I " one. in favor of the poli."e. Although oimstead, star catcher for the bluecoats. was injured in a s.l l, ! early fa the innint:. He made it :; long toward evening, and reite; -led a double play against Willi tn Barker, a local motorist, who wa i arrested on two counts speed in'-" i and an open muffler, nther srore for the police were made npninst ' Roy 1. Heed, speeding, and Clifford j C. Casprr, open muffler. Parker was given a suspended .fine of $10 and eosts in cit- court "givimr the gun." Iteed got a sus pension under $1 and costs, while asper drew $ 1 f and costs, also sus pended. U. S, SALES REACH People of Nation in Mad Rush to Get Share of Army Food. Ht United J'r.'s : WASHINGTON. Aug. 2". Thirty three thousand postmasters today are tabulating and forwarding to the war department orders for' more than $r 000,000 worth of food, As sistant Postmaster Gen. Hlakes'ee estimated- This is the result of the s;.Ie Mon day an 1 Tuesday of army surplus food by parcel post- Millions mare in orders will have piled up by tonitrht. Ithikesle. sail. when ihc postmasters will close their order books. Delivery of the food already hasi begun in many sections of the coun-i try. "Wo'll close our order books to-j nicht only for a Jieck up." said III u "Minv tiovT o?!ii- iimiIi- ! ., " . " ' . . . ablv will be open again for orders, . " f. ,. . Uim,lri,. .......,..' will keep their order books closed : because their full quota of food has! been ordered." The : fi.iiin'i f oi. estimate mad.- by! P.lakeslee do-s not include j-.il.-s in j New York city. Connecticut and' I New Jersey, where the war depart-! ' ment late Monday withdrew th" I parcel post distribution plan ! i Cause cities had bought the district; food (,uota. P,!akedeo's estimate is1 sections orders have been h.ind d in to postmasters in carload lots. vti'-n;j office workers und neighbors club-! bed toe-ether. ne 'alifornia raneh- er bought y carload for his own use. "It cost him about J. -'. for "0. i)(u pounds of m iser ll j neous foods." s-.-iid Pl.'kes'.ee. "The pnroi! charcf was about 5 :P r making t he total t ast to the rancher al'ou; S. (0. At ordinarx retail jrie . ., car load of food w ould hae o-t yiim iroun 1 ?1 .".n-e." TAKESTRIKEVOTE Poll 380,000 Men For Deci sion on Nation-wide Walk-out. V. I r't-l ivc " Y'TNOSTOWN. Tabulation of what Aug. stimate I lbor 1 uders will tot il ''." a l lots for and again.-' a n t . n -w id strike of :rrm and steel workers was to start here at noon today. w':in head.- of 2 4 international unions and members of the organization com mittee, of the Ameri an Federation of Labor for the organization of iron and steel workers o into -e. s;on Lehind closed doors. .1. K. MeFadden. An;ri an 1 e.j- eration ef Labor orani'a-r for Voungstow n L-trirt, -stimate votes favorir.g pr s -ntation of v. ers' so-e aild " fund ment al" tip- trie de- mar.ds t " 1p w ill compri total vote. ads of the .- 1 iudus-Tv -. jar i . f-r.t. t.f the FIFTY MILLIONS! OF IRON WORKERS TAKE ENT'S N PACT Doth Sides Claim Victory as Result of Treaty Conference. iiy i.. c. m i: i in. J! ! !,:: .1 !': vs WASHINGTON. A . ir n Pittnian. N'evad '.o.J .. int.'od'.' e a r solution .ivr -t I'ii't : nil's idea .f ) i. f -rpr' : t:oi. of ' . jn.ice treat- , p.,.-.it,. f'.er. Cl ' :e--liitiot, of la t i'.'. i : l r;. Pittnian. a . i," y if. 'ue- ,".e. of t !'. foi'i::!i le'a'.io'.s coin in ;t 1 a strong supporter ef !tet!. said he did this to -e-r- o ,, e the cont ro. -r-- o,r ;ki!:h!. and intei pre'af ions. Pres"i Wilson tod.i i : pi 1 " s ers to the Ues:ion- ;"iin!V"l esterday ! :, Sen. I ' 1 1 i :n ! Itter, loi m. 'I'll-' ar.sw ei s t . ! '. ms en to 1'all and the p this .;ft- ( rilo(n. Itelli Sils "I !n-iir:ii:'''l." I'lo'h friends MUd foe- of the p. tiaaty today p;ofs--d to t.-.i;i-- .-.L'td !'V the house onfel I'll'1 between Pi t Wil-on a u.! ?h.e a ate for ;-n relations 1 u ; m : tt ee -.s-terda'. Hoth factions in the senate de clared today that the pi udenC answers to ouestiops -e, me.J to prove that their side is ii-'ht. Opposition senators de. !an d their position bad jiot i..en eh.tni;el an 1 the Jiclit ae.-iint the treaty and League of Nations encnant vouli take on nr-w intensity". While Sen Lodge, rcpu! licati lead er ar.d a v s. rvation . d- lind formal comment, he indiea:d th belief that tile conference hid niide no impression on the ,. m i' o, Ionents. while it he! -roed in spiring to its friend-. floral Obligation Onl. A d m i : n i s r a 1 1 on ser;af,is sael t-elay t Ji t they had a'l ab.?-t; b .- n of th opinion that the i. j m; o. not h:ng mope than n.er.d o' -ii-'afion, as the pr sident ?..:, , c,-rd. y. That in rpret t no i . -..d. is ac. ee pt o in all a 11 : d o j n ! j j- Tfle president's eotis' 111- ' '); of no" a! o 1 i -'a t io n s and hi s iternet.T tha si. eh an ohüuation would . of i ouipeüifii; f o e. . refill! S?' T !! I'tiifed States to t ik a hand ;:l Kurepean aefau s. i umi-i-s t., t.i- 'h s- i 1 h U e t ,,! I . , ) p s e a t i lb ' i " e . 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