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HAYWOOD FLEES TO RUSSIA ?
/ (Heather ■ ■■■■ Tonight and Friday, rain; I I I I H moderate sauthwrst ■ ■lll erly tctnds. J I I I I. Temperature L»*t *4 Hours ™ ll|F Maximum, U. Minimum, Iti. ™ I W Todaji noon. U, VOLUME 23 Our Pet Peeves: Babies in Movies. It Should Not He. Rreak the Routine. Strains Their Eyes. Thl« U 111* thirty -third mi a iwli m ot irllrlM In whlfh mr«ith*rv nf The |Ur ii«/f (HI wh*« dtapleauM* (Imhu »•«!. <U>4 why, BY MRS. MAX WTST After sesreral recfnt vMU to the BKrving picture*. 1 have learned by ompertence (hat tt is nwoutry to Bay whst It would »»m to > common place of c\fry mother's knowlnlp imnr-iv, that no child under I years shoud ever be t*ken to the moving picture*. It is especially deplorable to »er th" number of babes In arm* that are there In the evening hours, *h< n •very bohy should be quietly asleep In hla own bed. Hut It la quite aa ib.il for the toddlers. Some of the won) are these: *—To take bable.i and young chll dren out In the evening la to break up th"ir regular routine of dally care. Which Includes a very early bedtime To break up their regular routine la to make their care Infinitely harder and to Interfere with their early training In this eawntlal, and often to disturb their health. I —Subjects them for some hours to bad air, with the possibility of ex f«aur> to colds and communicable dlsea.'-'s of many sorts. • Strains their eyes by staring at the film. 4—Keep« them sitting still and In doors at a tlm» (If an afternoon per formance) when they ought to be out of doors. I—lt is to subject there to a ner To as strain altogether too hard for them to bear. If there is no one to lea re th* children with, fathers and Mothers should take turns staying tn. to permit the other parent this diversion, fteif denial Is an essential quality of a good mother. Keep Close Watch Cronkhite Case WSHIVOTpN. April 21 —U S. -Jr r.rney Daugherty mid (May that U« department of Justice hu evfrjr •vailabte fact In U» possession with geapect to tha Cronkhite shoot In* «a*e at Camp I-swts and that it U keeping in Intimate touch with the He win not be taken to Washing tan state unless Washington state courts Invite hUn and serffl a war- Itnt Captain Robert Rosenbluth. whom Sergeant Roland Pothlt accuses of Instigating the murder of Major Cronkhite, ban (old hie rtory to DauKheri y and has also bwn Inter ceded for by Herbert Hoover and U. S. Senator CaWer, who have Urged a careful Inquiry Into the clr go instances of the shooting. Scorns Talk of 3P* Mexican Revolt r PAT.I.AH. Tex . April 21.—"A1l Oils noise of revolution In Mexico la coming from enemies of the repub lic." Kduardo Rulx. special represen Utive of President (>bregon and Mex Wan Consul General at Han i'rancla co. declared here today. "The reports of the revolution are eoming from those who seek to throw things back to the old order of things—exploitation of the Mexican people where personal gain was real teed thru selsuro and lawlessness." Run said. He is here seeking to es tab Ish commissions for the Mexican people to promote better understand Inp between Mexican workers and those employing them. Nervy Thief Steals Cop's New Tin Liz Fearing neither Clod, man nor the police department, an enterprising thief stole a shiny new Ford belong to? to S. E Sweeney, police report ghrk Wednesday morning. Sweeney, who had Just bought the car. parked It along the curb Just below the windows of central sta ble aWi. While he was busy taking '' reports of stolen automobiles. Henry was gently driven away Two days ago a car owned by J. H Ramsey, police wagon man, was stolen Police are searching for both ears. A GOOD PILL "LOST" BOYS FOUND CAMPING ON BEACH SEATTLE'S MUNICIPAL RAILWAY made more than ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS clear profit in March, or at the rate of more than a million dollars a year. This is Seat tle's answer to the knockers and kill-joys who have been blackguarding the city's repu tation with talk of repudiating obligations and 44 impossible" contracts and bankruptcy and "backs to the wall" One hundred thousand dollars in one month over and above all operating costs and interest charges. Tell it to the world, folks, and knock the knockers. CARLINE MAKES HUGE PROFIT Profit Above Operation and Interest $107,504 Seattle's municipal railway made a net profit of SIOT.JO4 *0 In March, according to the report on 111* at the city hall today. In Fel ryary the Mt profit wu above $70,000. Total receipts tor llarch amount ml to !'.««.03» 14. Total expenses. Including $72,000 Interest thargea, amounted to s«s(.&*s 44, showing a net profit of $107,104 94. TM» amount la more than enoogti to meet the paymenta on principal, which la at the rate of $70,000 a month. At the present rate. »be street ear line la making sufficient money to pay for Itself In less than 10 years, without requiring the city to Invest iiny money whatever In the enter prise. Spokane Marshal Brings Prisoner t'nlted States Marshal James Mc- Govern. of Spokane, arrived here Thursday morning with Miguel La conta, wanted here for operating a still in his possession, lju-onta un wittingly Jumped $5OO here a year ago, according to officials. He thought that his rase was disposed of. He was found working with a construction gang on the K-. P * B railway, near Bpokane He disap peared before a deputy marshal got to him. Later he was caught In Bpo kane. Boarders a Myth; Wants Money Back Claiming she bought a nine room lodging house In which every room was supposed to be filled with board ers paying a total of $125. and that she found only thrss temporary lodrcrs, paying $45, Mrs. Laura H Hill Is asking for the return of $.".00 from Theodore J I'fen in Judge John M. Wilson's court. Dad Does Dishes as Mother Toils IjONDON. April ll.—Many m*n In Mersey-side towrn are taking care of the I«»>y and doing the housework whll« their wive* go out to earn the living. That'# lieraune work la scar eln men's trade* while there la lug demand for Moment Ira. Eight Arretted in Big Robbery Probe DETROIT, April 21.—Four meo and four women were arretted here la.it night by federal agent* and lo cal detective*, for alMged complicity In the- 91.000,000 Toledo poatofflce robbery, February 17. Joseph A. Pal ma. dlatrlct chief of the United States secret edrvice, led the poaae which aurprlaed the eight aa they drove up to a houae which la au« ppcU'd ha having ttten their h«ad Seattle Loses Game; Now Fan's Missing! A. C. Klaus went to the baseball game. Wednesday. Seattle it licked. 7to 4. Klaua. whose address la given aa the Fisher Flour Milla, disappeared anil ha* not been seen alnce. I'ollce are Inveatigutlng lh« cast. On the Issue of Americanism There Can Be No Compromise The Seattle Star (Entered as Second Class Matter May I, ll»». at the roetofflre at K'attls. Wash, under the Art of Congress Marrh 1. !«7». I>r T«-ar, by Mall. to I* Page One, Column 3. Drtpa! Dropit s -Jjfb* «kd Att n <*rtUv*l April 11. Lot* fun' Ann Arto* emit* Clifford Wood, pro fmaor of 'duration it 17. JiKfan Kin* nrk*m«a "pla/a bookiy ". |cmm to ball **m*. Admit trd to f»Vml court. Attorney Char lea W. Htroltx*. Yoong itipblkant obaanr* Oraat'a trtrlhdajr it Moon. Wolf a eafcterta. Mora bualnaaa man "algn on" for tradaa rrlaUon tour Into 8. W. Waab Infrton May !< to IT. Btabop Portland, apaak* Thursday. • P n.. at I! commons. U> U Mathodlsta' aaaoctaUon. HnUU* Orvrka wlro arnat* Hon grftni support for r««olutton op poalac eoocaaalons to Turkey. Dr. Maud Parkit l«tor* to P. T. A. at I>unlap arhool Friday. I p. m . on "Karpinv fit" Public InvltM. Grand Habbl Halm Nahoum, for m»rty of Con»tnatJnopl». h»r» In in trroata of Judaism and good cltixcn *hip INnntecostal Mission. 2221 Third ave., was minus a Bible at Ita even ing meeting Wednesday night. Some body stole It. Mies Ethel Hlmpnoa. Admiral IJne clerk here, weda K. It. Rush of Kahey Brockman Co. Admiral em ployes In de«p irrief over losing her Young men's bualneae club plana anti pessimism dinner tonight, t 20. at aoto dealers' rooms. Boylston ave lind Benefit st- "Woe" Coyls to speak. / Mrs. Kthel Ruby Btfrke asks city council for $25.000 damages to com pensate for death of her husband. A lion B. Burks, killed April t. by street car. •Vlvl la Viva" viva Is a hen Twice lately she hsa laid eggs eight and three eighths by six and a half Inches. Belongs to W. F. A. Kahler. HOS4 10th ave N W. United Btatcs Marshal To bey and Deputy Rooks separate at federal building to serve subpoena* In oppo site ends of city. Twenty minutes later Find each other trying to get In at bail park. A. K. Chlsholm, submerged two hours In s."> feet of water In affair resembling kitchen hot water tank, ties fanoy knots Rnd does other stunts In Beat tie harbor. It 's new Invention of his. Peggy Marsh'# Son Won't Get Money HPRINOKIKkD, 111. April 21 Henry Anthony Marsh. aon of Peggy Marsh rend Henry Field, will not re ceive a portion of the Field million*, by a decision of the Itllnola njpmM court today. The case was appealed from the auperlor court of Cook county Cynthia Sees First Opening Game; Like Circus Day on Fourth of July BY CYNTIIIA (>KKY r*B OVER—the suspense of the opening game on the home field and altho I'm not a dyed In the wool baset>all fan. It la up ot me to write something about the game. Aa 1 aettled comfortably—that la. aa comfortably tut one may In a ball park—at l:l& and beheld the crowda nwiirm paat the grandstand Into the bleachers, and worm Into the aland Irig room, alt squawfashlon around the edges of the field, and atlll Inter, ahln nearby telephone poles. aur rounding housetops and sheds, 1 full SEATTLE. WASH., THURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1921. HAD GREAT FOUR DAY ADVENTURE Cruised Up Lake in Ancient Boat as Frantic Parents Conducted Search bt k. p. rutu fun "Aw. shucks, what did you get sr*j-ed for? W* wers coining home tomorrow, anyway." •Mark Kinchen. I*. and Earl Mc- Donald. IS, rubbed their sleepy •yea and stared at the persons who had InJerrupted their sleep on th* beach at lake I'orcat park Wednes day night "W* had to come home tomorrow, anyway, liecause there la nothing left to eat." said Mark. "J1 HT WAITING POR \ I \llt IIKKK7.K" "Sure.- liarl esplalned, ""we was just waiting for a fair Ureexs to Mil bark." The two boys had been th* object of search sine* Hun day night, when they failed to return from a hat was to have t»»n sn overnight canoe trip on lake Washington. Mark, the son of George Klnchen. IKB W. Cth st , and Karl, brother of James P. McDonald. Mil Huaacll ave. I-ft ths Klnchen hom* at i p. m. Saturday. Por a week they had been working on an old canoe given tb-m by .1 11. Bt Peer. «'.ll Hhlls hole ave, patching it and rigging up a aall. Mr*. Klnchen kept supper waiming for them J"aTvVay night. b«i Ike boy* did not return. Th* police were no tifletl and Wedneaday morning the tails were traced a* far aa Point Tar row. near Kirkiand. KNOrVKK* ON TRAIN HKKH THKM CAMPISiO Wednee<lay afternoon an engineer on the Northern Paclflr train report ed to [lothell deputy marshal that he had seen two boys ramping on the beach aa hla tram speeded by. Tha relatives of th* boys In Heatlls were notified and hurried out to Wak* Per est park by auto ,lt waa I p. m when the party spied th* camp on the beach. The boys were asleep, cuddled cloe* to the embers of their camp fire. Th* canoe, with l«* home made sail*, was drawn high upon the gmvelly shore. The deputy bent over and touched the slumbering wayfarer*. "What are your names?" he aaked. They told him. "And where do yon live*" "In Ballard." they said. "Do your parent* know you are ; here'" the marshal Inquired •'Hure " Ihe boys answered confl dently. "They aren't worrying about us." Hoy*' blankets and camping equip ■ ment were bnndled Into the auto and returned to their homes. "We didn't keep any log of the trip, hut I (ii'/s we can tell you about It." Mirk ' looked at Kart. Karl grltned Tills was Thursday mom Ing. back In Heattle. "I'd like (o hear the story myself, hoy*." he said. Principal Prank Parrsr. of th* Irving grade school, nodded. 80, while the rest of the eighth grade finished their work In the manual training shop. Murk recount ed the ejperterices of their four-day voyage on Washington, aided at time* by suggestions from litrL CKAPT PIHHP.D I P PIUIM BOTTOM OP I-Ah K "It was an old flat bottomed boat." the young navigator said. "Mr. fit. I'etcr gave It lo us after we fished It up from the bottom of the lake. We patched and caulked It, and rig ged up two sails mains/ill and Jib ".She war eoroe bout wh'n we rot her flrnvl up," Karl wild, »lth pride "Yeh" Mark corroborated. and went on. "We took some blanMetx ami enough b»U'on. egg* iinrl the u*ual camper*' grub—-enough for a couple of day a, Ju*t to be wife, althn we figured on being bArlr Kunday night "About S p m Saturday we set sail from Just below the Fremont bridge For a while a good breer.e held out, but Just the other side of the Kiwtlake bridge the wind died down. We paddled for a while, and then a tug with a tow of log» came (Turn U> Page IS, Column 7) quite sure that every man, woman and child In Seattle must have been there. The crowd* wero perfectly splendid In «plt* of the gloomy over hanging skies that Is, until the game opened. It wa* the first opening game I ever attended, and I liked the "open ing" part of It the best. It reminded me of a circus and a Fourth of July celebration combined. As the band struck up a lively tune everyone chewed gum or shelled peanut* to the rhythm. Having gone without my , lunch, 1 ate hot dog aandwlchea in SEATTLE'S "TOM SAWYER" AND "HUCK FINN" Do they look like Tom Sawyer and lluck Finn? They are the. tuo Seattle boys vcho had a "hot time" camping on the Lake Washington beach for four days, uhile their parents searched frantically for them. Isft to right, Mark Kinchcn, 16, and Earl McDonald, 15. Photo by Price & Carter, Star staff photographers. SEEK DRIVERS OF DEATH AUTO Drunken Revelers Kill Father of Seven Traffic ofllnn, member* ef the rtimMr'i office and cltjr detectives | wrrt tniuM Thursday In an Inten rjve ssuxli xftT th* gpeedlng auto mobile Uiat struck down and Instant |j- killed John H. Graves, **. tmti—r of —rru children. and lnJnre-1 hid «f»nd)voirM«r, I Jly I'ortar, W»dn«»- day night The death car wu speeding north on r. Marginal way. near Dawson ■t, wh*n It crashed into Uravea. It did not stop. Dlll NKKV RIAKIJaW GOING AT HIGH HTKED Hoarrh for th* automobile centered Wvund a r*r that vu reported drtv Ing along K Marglipl way ahortly before th* accident The occupant* were Intoxicated and were singing I hilariously. The revellers were trav iellng at tremendous H'ced, according Ito Witnesses. Investigator* were also working on the hypothesis that a If*lee car. which returned to the wane of the while Graves waa «UU lying on the ground. might have caused th* dwth. The machine contained two occupants. one of whom spoke with a decided KnflUh accent. The mm vrnwl to lie greatly agitated, iand after' Inquiring concerning Oravss. dmve hurriedly on. WOMAN MKKB \ JO\ IIIDKHA PASS Mr*. Charles Hnelt. 2401 Klghth ave., who arrived at the sren* of ac cident shortly after It occurred. d<- <lared that a l*odge car had her almut SO mlnutea prior. speeding ' ilore the highway al tremendous sp*e<l The car contained Joyrider*, she Grave* and hi* step danghter were walking along K Marginal way from their home at 111! Detroit ave. when they were struck with out warning. lyipposcdly by the party of reveler*. Oraves was hurled ngnlnst a telephone pole, dying Instantly. The girl received a sprained ankle and severe l>ody I >rut*cm Grumes w»* the head of a family of seven children, the youngest of whom Lm two week* old. Portland Attorney Suing Newspapers rORTUAND. April :i lee Roy E. Keeley, Portland attorney, today hegnn hl« wecond action for libel against Port bind newspaper*. Keeley'n Riilt_ for lISR.OOO damage* agaln*t the Journal I'ubllxhlng com pnny opened today before Circuit Judge Tucker. Selection of a Jury wax practically completed. Keeley. on Tuesday, lo*t a $l5O, 000 libel stilt against the Oregonlan Publishing company. He Is acting aa his own attorney. Keelcy charged both newspaper companies with publishing article* generally derogutory to his charac ter. stend. Then the marines hoisted the Star* and Stripes while the masses stood with bared heads to the tune of "The Star Spangled Banner." Our smiling mayor. Hugh Cald well. and distinguished looking chief of police, Charles Hearing, played catch, and I really think they are very good ball players; at least, they didn't mlfs the ball once. Then the tegular players took the field and thing* dkln't seem to go iim they should have. Judging from the healed remarks vC the LINDEBERG IS OUT ON BAIL Attorneys Secure Writ of Habeas Corpus BAN TOANCJ9CO, April tl.— | Jafrt Undrberg. wan(«d In Taooma on Indictments charging him with ha vine had a part In the DIKkUI of a >**k. was al liberty here today on It.SOO ban. following th* Issuance't»T * writ |l kl>IM corpus. I.i rule bet* surrender** l« «be po lice yesterday, after h« had failed tu an attempt to prevent the Issuance of extradition paper*. Ill* attarney* Immediately secured th* hah*** cor pus writ, and he wu released. In the meantime. K. H. Croii*. vice president of the Pioneer Mining and I>ltrh Co, of which IJndeberg was president, appeared In the superior court and asked an Injunction re straining IJndeberg from making formal use of a resignation Cross al leges IJndeberg forced him to algn. Cross charged IJndeberg struck him and threatened to kill him If he did not sign th* resignation. D. H. Blair Appointed Head of Revenue WASHINGTON. April Sl.—David II lllair, business m m of Winston- Balem, N C , waa named I'ommls si<>nor of Internal revenue by Presl dent Harding today The nomina tion will be ■cni to the. •en.Ue today Claud H. Huston. Clwttanooga business man and prominent Ten nessee republican, was nominated to day for aenistaiit secretary of com merve„ Shortly after election he was m«ntlon«d aa a possible secretary of commerce. Charles F Marvin, of the DUrtrlct of Columbia, was reappointed chief of the weather bureau. Texans Celebrate -San Jacinto Day ANY PI.At"K IN TKXAfS, April 21 Today. April SI, *as iilraoat a* Krc«t n day In Texas an St fatrlck"» day In Ireland. Kl*ht hundred Texan*. under Oen eral ifrim Houston, whipped 1,400 Mexicans under Genenil Santa Ana Rl> veara a<nv • Today nil Texas Is relehnitlnn Sun Jui into day, mo c«]led after the Bile of the Imttle. Hunks and schools ure closed. In the battle of San Jacinto. 830 Mexicans were killed and 730 cap tured. Fireman Is Injured in Plant Explosion TORTUAND, April ll.— lester Conger, mill fireman, la In the ho* pital. the plant of the North Port land Ilo* company I* damaged to the extent of $26,000 and (15 men are out of work today, a* the reault -of a fire following an explosion at the plapt lost night. (In* accumulation of a "dutch oven" caused the blast, which may rout Conger's life. regular fnns about me. I Ranted right then and there that there arc different kinds of ball -this game seemed to be principally a game of the players balling things up and the fans bawyng them out. 1 Intended to write something nice about the game anyway until u fan behind me who bad uttanded evnry opening game for 25 yearn, grunted: 'i'h, they've Just given Oils game awa> A I-. s(I I.l'T KI, V " And then, of course, tomorrow we'll read Ff™ U 7i™ mn CLUB WIELDER ATTACKS TWO Texas Fiend Eludes Posses of Officials DALLAS. Texas, April II—A dub wielding prowler attacking persons as they lay asleep, sad who has «lud ed posses and poßos here for morn Una two weeks, clsltnod two more Victims surly today. The mysterious ssssfisnt crawled thru the window of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Khlvely Russell and with a two by flour scant ting fractured Mrs. Russell's skuD and best and mutllat sd her husband, fracturing his jaw with the heavy timber. * * The prowler slipped away. Disabled Soldiers' Work Gets Notice One of Ihe booths for the women's educational exhibit for Washington manufacturers, which is attracting most attention. Is that which dis plays the handicraft of dimbled war veterans In the government hospitals at I'ort Townsend and Cushman Once able bodied men, helping to turn bark the Hun from his raid on civilisation, thipy now sit broken and patently fashioning rugs, van Ity case*, bedroom slippers and other trinkets. These things are for sale —and the broken, lonely herons need the money. Too Much Garbage, Mayor's Pet Peeve Claiming that the city ts collect ing much mntMMMT material "> the guise of gartinge, Mayor Caldwell Thumday morning asked the com mUvloner of public health to co-op crate with the board of public works In Investigating the mutter and sub mit tinK a report. Xh<" m«yor polntwl out that the rrrent report of M P. Stevens of the city'* muiltary department, showed three limes a* many ton* of KurHjurc lire I wing moved here annually as in any other city comparable to Scuttle in alio. Disarmament Talk Starts Next Week WASHINGTON, April 21.—With the approval of President Harding, hoarinA on the question of disarma ment will lie started by the house for eurn affairs committee next week. Chairman Porter, Pennsylvania, an noutxed today, after a conference of republican meml>ers of the commit tee. Plans are to ask Secretary of Slate Hughes, Secretary of War Weeks. Secretary of the Navy l>enby and Secretary of Commerce Hoover to appear and give their view's. It wait h tit ted. In the papers all ahout the old Jin* of the Seattle team always loein* the first name." So, Huht then and there. 1 decld td the funs would net a square deal as they aie # tlie ones who pay for It. Six educated fan* In front of me claimed that Seattle didn't warm up a pitcher until Sacramento had walked away with so many thst the Seattle hoy* were swainped. Hut. of course. 1 don't know anything about It; hut I noticed these Sacia mento boys were nearly all left bunded und I'm a eouthpaw myself. TWO CENTS IN SEATTLE. CHIEF OF I.W.W. IS REPORTED FUGITIVE His Own Men Declare That, If He Has Escaped to Russia, He Is Coward 1 CHICAOO, April tl—-District At torney Charles W. Clyne today or dered a sweeping f*rrh for William " big Bill" Haywood, leader of the Industrial Workers of the World. lie porta reached Clyne today thai Haywood, under sentence of JO years ! in federal prison for violation of the espionage art, had arrived tn Riga. Russia, a fugitive from Justice from : the United States. i 41 STICK AGENT}* OKDRHKD OS JOB Clyne refused to divulge the souros of his Information. "According to my a/5 vires," Cljn M said, "Haywood sailed from the Unit ed Sl*teg several weeks ago. on tho Oarar 11., and baa arrived in Rlgfc" Clyne wired every department of justice in the nation to start a search for Haywood. The district attorney believes that some one may have secured a pass port for Haywood, or that ha may have eaoapaj from tha country ■» der a fictitious nama. CNOITICUL NEWS 18 WIRKLKSBKD "Tha news, according to my ta* formation, which Is unofficial, ran by wti (leas from Riga and npnM Haywoad had landed than." John Martin, secretary of tha |» fense council of the L W. W. bsr% said he had heard of the report thm Haywood was tn Russia hut knaun nothing definite about It. Martin was one of those qaasCMMfl by Clyne today. Chicago I. W. W m resentful against Haywood, thetr loader, for his flight, they openly said. L W. W BRAND IT ACT OK COWARDICE "If fled to soviet K» sla. It was without my counsel." said Otto Christensen. "Ha most have received some poor advioa from someone. "The I. W. W. members, depend ing on Haywood as their leader, wfll look on Haywood's flight as an act of cowardice. i "By all means the man should i have stayed here and fought tha , battle thru. Leaving the nation fli | the midst of the biggest fight hi I nothing more than an act of COW" 1 ardloe. "You can tell "the whole country this, too—that word will reach so*- let Russia to hnve nothing to do with the man who threw over tha Industrial Workers of the World In Am»rlcs." "Haywood. If ha is in Ruastk, is a man without a party new. Ha has no credentials and workers of that land will shun him." Clyne said he received his first Information of "Big Bill's" flight from an orsnniMitlon serving radi cal and labor papers with news of their interest. HAYWOOD WAS OI T ON BAIL. Haywood was out on $15,000 ball pending an appeal to the United States supreme court from the sen tence to l.eavenworth by KedenU Judge l.india. Christrnsen said that he personally had put up pari of the money. The fmted States supreme court recently upheld the declalon of Judge Ijindis that the I. W. W.'i had to serve their terms and tbey were all to Rive up by April !$. Christensen made a final effort to Ret a stay of execution of sen tence la.--t week when he wired At torney General Daugherty asking for a stay of execution of sentence in order that the men could wind up their personal business affairs In-fore starting their lone stretch In Jail. This request was refused la ft wire received by the I. W. \V. at tctney, who then sent out wol< to his clients to surrender. According to ih-; plan, tbey could either surrender ut Kort l.eaven worth, to the marshal In Chicago or to their local marshals. ChrlstFiuiMi said he sent Haywood a wire lu.it week In care of thi Simple I.lborty t'nlon of New York to report, to him but no reply wma received. Ileport.s In Chicago today were that Haywood had jrone directly to Moscow after he landed at Hlgt. t "hristen-sen said that he was the one who Rave the information about Haywood's reported escape to Dls -1 trii-t Attorney Clyne. "I did (his." said fhrlstensen. "to keep Kniwl faith und to protect our bondsmen. I have Just turned from Wa.shlnyton, wher# wt usked political amnesty for our OM* vkted leaders and we were gtvaa