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Thursday Wy H 3 shower In northwt is?n with to moderaU M I P? wind wpt .outh 59 B Read the Journal ad- a. vertisements. They have B a message for you. a B luth portion. ' -H w LOCAL TEACHERS GETfAISE; RURAL SCHOOLS MORE MONEY I ' : : 1 BBU1h portion. - as tSSUJ7 . rVY JL- iJV 5. .ij K ; j Ui L J l irV L . n ol,XXII.-N0.154. . . PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1919. PRICE FIVE CENTS omci am flflfr HOUS DAY IS SPENT AT' PEACE PARLEY Like the Germans Austrian Government is baid to be Dissatisfied With Drastic Terms. : AUSTRIAN PEOPLE WOULD SIGN UP Printed in Three Languages Full Text of Terms Being Circulated by Germans Among Neutrals. Like the Germans, the Austrian ivernment is said to be dissatls d with the peace terms, which ard .tared by one Of the responsible nna newspapers to be unaccept . Unlike the German populace large, however, the Austrian peo- apparently are apathetic and are iling to accept" the condition laid wa and thus, bring peace to the e!y s.tricken former empire. Never- 'ess, general opinion among: the strians seems to be that the terms based on mig-hf, and not on Pres et Wilson's fourteen points. " The council of four continues to ;rass the German counter propos- 'Ginhagen, June 4. The : German vemment is circulating the full xl of the peace terms throughout fining neutral countries, printed German, English and French. Paris, June 4. This has been afi sious day in peace conference des, with both the . German and s;riaa treaties in the balance, and ry effort is being made toward f ly united action. The council of p considered the Austrian treaty "-ag the morning to complete the itary and reparation terms. Later, a council turned to the German inter proposals, calling in experts. prevailing view of those partlcl-'tai-f was hopeful of early, satis- pory results. Berlin. Tuesrtnv .Tilno I 3 Vr-nt fat De',brueck, General Qount Max rateigas and Prof. Weber, German Jerts at Versailles, have drawn up loagr memorandum on the question ' the. responsibility for the war "Jth will be presented as a. retIv f &e entente commission's report if.e subject. - memorandum argues the ne aity of submittintr the ouestion to p impartial commission for investi- Ja and denies there was anv ee- Plots between, Berlin and Vienna oestroy Serbia. It says the Ger- m government could not accept the ;ms f Sir Edward Grey, the Brit - secretary for foreign affairs in ' . who offered to mediate, because Oubted his nowrs tn nhclr tVit !'-like aspirations of Russi. re la reason to hHv' rrsord- Jo advices from Paris, that the -"i or rour will reach a decision Thursday as to the rf ply that wW tta3e to thA no f!48 10 the terms of peace. Allied - are at work on the repty and ngs are being held in Paris to ri tor the Tlllrrinto r.t f , j . vii an tiif, man f to be submitted to the coun- wur. It is probable this work i em:er Oemr... ...,tau is uuuersiuuu Z , tt 'irmly there can be no . , ""6" iu. iao clauses ot .Trty t0 which tiie Germans have ... U5eir strongest objections. are imiin . .uui1S nowever, oi a s underciiT-nn. m. . hof ierman of a definite P of 100,000.000,000 marks as In- ia ti, ad of 'ae Indeterminate oe aemanaea unaer H..V,. ' ai uso seems 1 "to S8 claU8es of the pact relat- b.WOuW able to receive iiti.. , grain' al and other com- taal of t tne transrer to h 30 v reign ty over that re- the Germans VtaA at trZJ Reeling phrase 4m Ik-1! lndIcatl by a mem- Nles h en drafted at H to r.f,.. ePerts. who V ofVr"ed CharKCS " to : thl t rep,y to the report I ' the inter-alllfi v-nstbibty for the conflict. 1 USE VMM SUFFRAGE BILL PASSESSENATE Vote ; Was 56 for and 25 Against ; Proposed Consti tutional Amendment Now Goes to States. FARM LOANS FOR SOLDIERS PROPOSED Probe of Reports Peace Treaty Copies Are in Wands New Yorkers Planned . Washington, June The house woman suffrage resolution was adopted by the senate late today and the proposed constitutional amend ment now goes to the states for rati fication. The vote, was 66 for and 25 against, two more than the two thirds majority required. The senate rejected an amendment to the suffrage resolution offered by Underwood,' of Alabama, providing that' popular state, conventions and not : legislatures should act on the proposed constitutional amendment. A resolution proposing that the senate foreign - relations committee investigate - a statement v that copies of the peace treaty are in possession of certain interests In New York and by what methods these copies were Obtained, was Introduced , by" Senator Hitchcock. i ; Senators Borah and; Lodge prompt ly announced . their approval of the investigation proposed by - Hitchcock, which would seek the "names of per sons, corporations or interests, which have secured copies' of said treaty and from -: whom they were secured, and by, what methoas ' The-Cirst prediction was that the measure would be adopted virtually without opposition, and that exhaus tive inquiry, ; possibly involving testi mony by members of the Paris dele gation, would result. Both Lodge and Borah 'have stated that copies of the treaty are in the hands of certain interests In New York. Straight loans to soldiers and sailors, not exceeding $5,000, for the purchase of farms was proposed to the house public lands committee to day by Representative Gamer, . of Texas, as a substitute for Secretary Lane's project , tor farms for service men. Garner gave notice that he would offer the plan as an amend ment in the house. Unanimous approval was given by the house today to a resolution ln oreajdne the , war expenditures com mittee to fifteen members, so that ; five separate Investigations or me rfiRnnsition of funds by the war de partment may be made. Republican leaders explained that ipquiriea are planned into the expenditures for ..,iniAn nnlnance. camps, canwn- ments, quartermasters supplies and expenditures in foreign counties. v. Inquiry will be conducted by a sub committee of two republicans and. one democrat. Th. Mil- of Senator Iteuogg, im posing an immediate return to pri vate ownership of the wire systems, was reported to the senate late today and placed on the calendar, with a view to early action. CHARGE ATTEMPT DEFRAUD NAY i MIAMI STATION Jacksonville. June 4.-Winiam W. Ward, Lewis B. Pride, Clifford B. Goodman and Thomas J. Peters .con pf Miami, were Indicted he-e today by the federal graud Jury o cbmarges of conspiracy to defraud the United States government in connec tion with a two million dollar contract for the construction of a naval hos nHal ana barracks at Keywest and the air station at Miami- TROOPS TO LEAVE ARCHANGLE FOR UNITED STATES ArchangeL Tuesday, Jun S. Six rnmnnnlM of the 839th Infantry, ag- gregatelng sixteen hundred men or J approximately one third or tne Amen can force on the Archangel front, boarded a transport today for the United . States via Brest. Other In fantry companies will rail as trans ports are available but It Is probable the 13th Engineers will remain sev eral week longer. m - - - FLETCHER ASKS STATE TROOPS BE SENT HOME Cablegram to General Per shing is Sent Jointly By Florida and Georgia Con- gressmen. BY GEORGE H. MANNING. Washington, ' June 4; Senators Fletcher and Trammell, of Florida, and Smith and Harris, of Georgia today addressed a joint cablegram to Gen eral Pershing urging that he desig nate the 106th Engineers ' at Camp Poontanezeen, Brest, France, for im mediate return to the States and dis charae. There are about 500 men from Florida and about the same num ber in Georgia in this regiment all of whom have been continuously in the service' since September 1917. This regiment is the only one re maining in France of the 31st division which was the first to be ordered home after the armistice. They have been at their present location since October 8, 1918, and have completed the camp. For these reasons i the Florida and Georgia senators feel that they should be- discharged Immediately In order they may return to their . homes and business. A very large number of the men of . this command are Florida and Georgia farmers. WESTERN UNION NOT TO REHIRE MEN WHO STRUCK Atlanta, June : 4. The local Western Union employes who struck today in support, of. telephone operators . whj walked put Monday, .were informed "the company win not re -em ploy any one who engages in a strike even If it is necessary - to entirely abandon the division." Traffic Superintendent Burts and union oiflclals asserted that frur hundred and twenty workers qu t the Western Union; while the compa-y f Hlimates gave forty, including twenty eight messengers. , . THE SCHEMER o 5 NEWS IN BRIEF SB FROM ALL OVER 5 S THI3 UNIVERSE hi - - i m -Paris, June 4. Paris walked to work this morning, no subways, - tram cars or taxi buses being In operation ' be cause of the strike here. 1 .The Hague, June 4. The governor general of the Rediri district of Java reports that fifty-one persons were killed in the' recent eruption of Kalut volcano. - Tampa, Fla., June 4. The schooner John Francis, Pensacola for Porto Rico, with a cargo of lumber is a total wreck on the bar off Edgemont Key at the mouth of Tampa bay, ac cording to , advices received . here to day. The vessel is said tor have sprung a leak Friday -and in; attempting to make this port stuck the bar in a high sea.' The crew took to the small boats and was rescued. RECORD COURT SALARY BILL WAS ABED House is Asked to Recede On Motion By Senator Stokes, Author of Bill That Passed Senate. i t : , linei plans f the pan-American corn Tallahassee, June 4. When Senc r " con jsa today, fo rthe estab Stokes' bill to place Escambia county - , u-in ix months of direct solicitor on a salary, came back to the senate today,; it contained two senate amendments which had been tacked on it In the house, one providing that the measure should become effective In 1921, and the other that the county solicitor should have resided in the state of Florida and county of Escam bia for the past 12 months. , , , On motion of Stokes, the amend ments were not concurred in and the house was asked to recede from them. Spending more than an hour m consideration of the. bill: to. throw ad ditional restrictions around the state road department, during which time numerous amendments- were offered. substituted, tabled, defeated and adopted, the house tonight passed the measure, whlcn naa. gone inrouga the senate .on yesterday.. i SHOOTING OF SNAKE STARTS TRAGEDYTALE "Fake" Rumors That Spread Over City Were the Occa- sion of Sweeping Man Hunt Early Last Night. Reports to the effect, that one man had been shot that were soon exag gerated into report that "two , men were down," and finally assuming the proportion of rumors of a riot out in the vicinity of Goulding late yes- i!rdJt"er?.?: Jed ".h by parties or deputies irom me .- . n"v. vT-irf minnented bv'Jtlon. members of the police force hurried : W. . . 4 , V. . O w ly drafted together. After a thorough Inquiry had been made through a rather sweeping in vestigation, over a large area of Es cambia county, beyond the suburbs of the city and In the vicinity of Goulding, the officers returned and reported the rumor a "fake." One man in the vicinity, reached over the telephone, knew of the "shooting" of the season's first snake some time during the day, and it is supposed the double tragedy story had its ori gin from that fact. HURLEY PLANS DIRECT LINES TO SOUTH AMERICA Washington, 'June 4. Chairman Hnripv of the shipping ; board, out- ronnectlncr American Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific ports wltht South and Central America. C ATTS OFFERS A REWARD FOR SNOW'S ARREST Tallahassee. June 4. Governor Catts today offered a reward of $100 for the arrest1 and conviction of Marcus Snc who it is charged in 1911 in Washing ton county murdered one Joe Boutwell, the offer by the governor reciting "that the civil authorities .of the said coun ty .after diligent effort have found it impossible to " discover or apprehend the said Marcus Snow." GENERAL GAME BILL KILLED 1 THE HOUSE Measure Provided for State Governor and Deputies in All Counties PRIMARY ELECTION BILL IS DEBATED Joint Resolution ' Calling Constitutional Convention Offered Early in Session Fails to Pass. Tallahassee. June . The general game bill of the session was killed in the house today by adoption of the Chavoux amendment to strike out the enacting clause. The measure pro vided for a state game warden ap pointed by the governor and deputies in all counties. The house spent the afternoon In consideration of amendments to the Cash primary election bill. The main features of the measure, are repeal of the Bryan primary law, which found but few defenders on the floor to day; return to the two primary sys tem, shortening the ballot by elim ination of - delegates to national con vention" and national committeemen; registration books to be opened at the county seat in February and March. . - ; . . , .; The measure permits a-- two per cent assessment against candidates out of which announcement fees are to be paid; county commissioners and members , of the school board are to be nominated from the county at large, .; and primaries to be three weeks apart. ' ' ' ' - The debate was on when tbe house adjourned this afternoon.' During the discussion. Wicker, of Sumter, : made a strong argument against the cost of becoming a candidate and ' said if the ten commandments were brought Into the house, members, not knowing their origin, would try to amend BY HERBERT FELKEL. them. The falling short of the constitu tional requirement of two-thirds of the membership, the house joint res olution No. 1, offered early in the session by Mr. Futch, of Alachua, to provide for the calling of a consti tutional convention to revise the out grown state constitution, failed to pass this morning when it was called up as a special order. On roll call, 48 members voted to submit the amendment and 20 were against submission. Mr. Futch chanzed his vote to move reconsid eration and hopes to secure the four I votes needed to put over the resolu- Trnmiatelv after the resolution was called up. Mr. Williams, of Leon, secured recognition and spoke against the measure, stating that he saw no necessity for revision and that the convention would cost , as much as a session of the legislature. WILLYS PLANT AT TOLEDO IS AGAIN CLOSED Toledo. June 4. After last nights rioting .during which two mJf" killed and twenty-nve mju.u, dustrlal situation tonight was quiet at the Willis-Overland plant, which re mained closed today. The plant has been arreted five weeks by labqr dis turbances Involving thirteen thousand -workers. SECRET SERVICE HOPES TO FIND BOMB PLANTERS Washington, June 4. Secret Service.1 -heads were non-communicative but hopeful tonight concerning prospects in the nation-wide hunt for the perpe trators of the series of bomb outrages -Monday night. William J. Flynn. ap pointed but not formally installed as h-ad of the investigations bureau of lls department of Justice was assist ing in the operatoions. It was admit ted that material had been gathered kwhich has proved helpful, though nothing could be diposed as to its na ture. President Wilson cabled Attorney General Palmer today: "My heartfelt congratulations on your escape. I am deeply thankful the miscreants failed tn all taelr attempts." TEACHERS TO GET ICREASE ffl SALARIES Schedule of Pay Adopted by, Board Ranges From 11 to 22 Per Cent Over Last Year. RURAL SCHOOLS TO GET TERM EXTENSION Appropriation for Rural Schools is Increased a Third Over Appropria tions Last Year. Heads of departments of the Pen sacola high school will get an Increase of 11 1-9 per cent; assistants in the high school will get an Increase of 12 1-2 per cent; maximum Salaries have been increased 14 2-7 per cent; minimum salaries, 20 per cent; sal aries of . principals In primary , schools have been increased 11 per cent; maximum salaries having an increase of 15 1-2 per cent , and minimum sal aries, 221-2 per cent, by the decision of the board of education, on recom mendation of A. S. Edwards, superin tendent of education of Escambia county. , ' i .: Appropriations for rural schools are increased 33 1-3. , per cent over last year, the greater part Of which - in cease will be used 'for the extension of school terms, it having been de cided that no white , school in the county will be operated next year for less than eight months. During the past five years, the rural schools of the county have been Increased from four to eight months. The present appropriation for some of the rural schools now amounts to 125 per cent over that of five years ago. The estimate of Increases, as de cided upon by the school board, fol lows; . ' : - ' , High School.! 5 Principal, $2,400 for twelve months; assistant . princ'"-l, $1,800; head of department o. education, $1,600; heads of departments of mathemat ics, English, domestic science, French and history, latin, science and com merce, $800 each; assistants If ex perienced, $680 each; If Inexperienced $600 each, , , . Grammar School. . For the principals of the two gram mar schoo-. the salaries are $960 for the Lockey school and $1,160 for the Clubbs school; a minimum salary : of $480 Is established for the grades with a maximum of $460. In the case of Miss Ethel Clarke, because of her long and efficient service, the board made her salary $85.00. Primary Schools. 1 For the . principals of primary schools, the principals of four-room schools will be paid $720, and the principals of eight-room schools, $800; the minimum salary . paid the primary teachers is fixed at $440 and the maximum at $600. . Eighth Grace fupiia. Since there are a number of schools In the county from the eighth grade of which children are being promot ed and since each pupil In Escambia county has an' equal claim upon the general school fund and in view of the fact that It is Impossible to main tain a high school within reach of every child, an appropriation will be set aside with which to neip oerray the expenses of such children at some high school within the county., MEXICANS NOT TO GO THROUGH UNITED STATES Xogales, Ariz., June 4. Authentic notiflcation was given out here today, by uie federal officials that the Mexi can government will not be permit ted to transport Mexican troops through the United States tq take tha field against the Villa forces !la Chi huahua. ,' " VAQUI INDIANS TERRORIZING SONORA TOWNS l XoGales, Ariz., Jure 4.- Yaqul fr. dlans in the oClorado mining district of Sonora, Mexico, are terrorizing the community, according to advices re ceived here today. Another murder - reported, that of Charles W. . Ter vote, a mining engineer employed by the America Mmining and Smelting company.