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piHMPiMMmmr"vw mnni ..lyjEEEsr:- T W V .) THI ONLY; NEWSPAPER HC'MT. VEEHOKiHOEIVIMa.tTHIi.iABSOCIATlJDi PRESS .DrtPATOHBS 5V A pv .- f Ifi .-... ft! , &mtr 'Jvf, V' :"i established 1838 MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRiDXY, OCTOBER 17, 1919 No. 83 $1.50 PER YEAR iup Ut CRUSHING OF BOLSHEVIK GOVERNMENT F M .AlYt 1 "4 '- E J FOREVER FORESHADOWED BY RETREAT ,ix.ma m Xfli n 1 'ffijfafoy- She INCONSISTENT OR AMERICA TO I Nl INTREDANTUNC T RU SN K EC I ."-- B' v , l ra-f-v "a t?--; ?H ' IS CAPTURED, SAY ARMY EXPERTS ipS Soviet Fqr'ced Rack &y At tacks Delivered On Four Fronts Tropi Of Yudenitch Only 25 Miles From Former . Ruis Capital fBv Amoclated trcmi to Tlie Bnnrl LONDON, Oct. 16 Ported back by the opjIauflhU of venemles on four fro'nt,;the ajifnles of the Soviet gov ernment offJpMlaappear to be facing a period pfegpant With disaater. Gen. Oenkne Coasacks from the south, tolih forces from the west, northweiUrn Russian soldiers on the northwist 'apdnorth Russian troops from the nortlj have, during the last few days, forced ahead until It aeema the Bo!hvlk armies must suffer- a defeat; crushing for all time. Petrograd Is doomed tc capture, In the oplnjop 6f ,mllltary experts, Gen eral Yudenitch being only 25 miles .south, of-vthffcrifter '"Jluaalin eapltaf. In 'the' extrem north, the ; northern Russian army, has broken the, resist ance of the Polshevlkl, according to ' towards Onega. - - - i-1 ' -- '' IB Associated rres to The Bann'u LONDON, Oct. 16 A general re treat by the Bolshevikl before the armies of Admiral Kolchak in wt- em Sbra Is announced In a wireless message from tne ivoicna govern ment at Omsk. ARE AT RICA British-French Squadron Is .AtCity; Letts Cross Lfuna ,rf Ilv Aw6cln(el I'less to The Banner) COPENHAGEN, Oct. 16 A British French' squadron of warships has ar rived at Blda. according to advices here, pettish forces have fought their way across the Duma river at Riga and operations there are now devel oping favorably, according to Lettish press advicos. A state of siege has been declared throughout all Llthu an la. , TO BE F tByAaxuvJNtud press to The Bumieii WASflINQTON' 0ct- 1C The sen ate lijj)or eqmmittee today decided to end its Inyeaitgatiou ot tho steol strike as fjujekly as possible, probably nften hearing a few more witnesses, but without -further visits to strike districts, ., -,.. MARY8VILLE MAN KILLS SELF MAIIYSVILUE. Oct. 10 -Charles PTBOGH IT - .VI - J. Kill PHAK M :- isipus n "i . ALL SHIPS STRIKE INVESTIGATION NISHED SON Laird, agod OS, committed pulcldo America at Charleston. It is expect veterday .dtternofin by swallowing led the union oillcers will take steps poiHon. ppmestio trouble is given as Imntedlutely to seenro complete de tho entisp Ot hlH net. A widow and- talis ot the tinning back of tlio organ son, Walter Lalid, suivlve, Two1 izeis und placo the facts beforo stato brothers, Alvln and Elmer, and a, sls- tor, Stella Lplrd, Jive lu Columbus. REMAINS OF HESSIAN CAMP UNEARTHED yHHHHHMmL.4-ix -. -v -; U-& . &4&c& u,. .- &&& ,'&& jffi&swsiffi,s Woikiitcn excavntlnir ot UronJwny to be the flooring and flroplncc of n but of n cniup occupied by the Ih-sslnns during; the Reviilutlonury wnr. The photo graph shows children searching the excavation for relics. T 1 NGT1 DATIEICATION HAS lv AK-fodutd PicjS to The Ilunncr WASHINGTON, Oct. 1G Officials In Washington" professed today to liaVe no Information as to thoreabon (,fpr postponing thpxchapge at Paris' pi'Taijncaiioa 01 ano peace ireaiy uy Gr&it -tirltain, France, , Jtajy,. and Ger many, hleh would' bring th.etr&iyv; 1 Into lmmcdl&tp force. . Tnero 'was- a auggesiion inai rati fication had boen .postponed because the-league, of, nations would liayo to assemble within fifteen days after IS fBy woclatcd Press to The Bannnrl COLUMBUS, Oct. 16 Deportation of every revolutionist and u govern mental regulation compelling em ployers of alion labor to pay more at tention to Americanization of their workmen were urged by Governor Cox In an address beforo ilio statu building absoclation in session here. T fBy Asoclated Tresn to The Bannor WASHINGTON, Oft. 10 Hy an overwhelming majority, the houso to day passed the bill extending for one year war-time passport restrictions 'so as t,o keep radicals and undesirable aliens out of the United States. DE Turned Back By Armed Men In Attempt To Unionize Miners , fBy Inundated Press to The Banner) HUNTINGTON, W. Va. Oct. 10 The fifty union organizers who went Into logan county yesterdny In an at tempt to unionize coal miners ot the Quyan Valley and who claim they were forced to ieave that region by several hundred aimed men reported their casetoday to district headquart ers ot the United Mine Workers of olllclals with a request for an Invest- AMERICANIZATION 0 WORKMEN URGED RESTRICT PASSPORTS TILL AND YEAR DRCANIZERS TO M AND E 'S110"' i , .,, mid One Hundred an Sixty-nlnih Ktrcctf New York, 'unearthed wlmt I CNORANT I1F BEEN POSTPONED Action Would Bring; League of Nations Together In Fif teen Days, Suggested As The. Cause., iiii"M'j mi mijulMi. C i ' t ' i "; iMvyu- -?' ' rz- iyy tne treaty wtntinto effect, but 'state dopart4n,cnt oIBclals would not ex press ah opinion on this point. While SPIRIT ISE Fate Hangs Upon An Agree ment On Collective Bargaining I By Afsoiln(pit Pips m The Banner WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 An agree ment on a declaration as to tho right of wage-earners to organize and bar gain collectively with employers ap peared, probablo when the, national in dustrial conference committee; of IB adjourned today 'after a tour noui3 session. A- report to tho conference, was expected, this afternoon. - A declaration of ."the right of wago earners' to "bargain collectively and to bo represented by representatives of their own choosing" was presented to tho national commlttoe today by Thomas Chadbourno, chairman' ot tho committee of 15. It was expected to cause a strenuous fight In confeienco. WASHINGTON, Oct. 1G The fate of tho Industrial conference hthigs on tho outcome of tho efforts of tho com mittee ot 13 to reach nn agreement on "collective bargaining," representa tives of tho three groups public, la bor an dcupital declared today. Several confeieos said that unless both capital and labor showed a spir it of compromise, the conference might as well announce frankly that agreement could not be reached and udjourn. The commlttoo of 15 was In session this forenoon In tlitf hope ,of completing a report fdV presentation to the conference, this nttenioonf at 30, li 69 HOUSES ARE BURNED QUEBEC, Canada, Oct. 10 Fire, 'which swept the Ullage of St. Itaph- ael do HellechnHSO, burned 09 houses and did $230,000 damage. K1NDLAY, Oct. 10 When Frank Beach, went to his store In tlie morn ing he found only empty shplves. Hurglurs btolo over $0,000 worth of foods duriug tho night, L - v - i I M LA R IB LACKS A OF COMPROM IN NEW YORK Slllll BY professing to hav no official Infor mation, officials Bald they assumed that if the treaty were put Into force with only thrco of the allied powers completing ratification those powers would proceed wltbTtho organization of-the league. ';, '"UJiectiy the trfcaly comeajntofdrce.if PyaV.-bicomeef,!! fective. Chief Among these is that I rooulrlnc German v tn- Ihsiio 100.0(10.1 . t , p , 000,000 marks for bonds for the repa ration of devastated territories. F E tny Ai-uieluted Press to The Banncrl INDIANAPOMS, Ind., Oct. 10 Plans for a strike of bituminous coal miners of the country on Nov. 1 were continued today at international headquarters of tho United Aline Workers of America, tho officials pro ceeding on the assumption that noth ing would conio of the conference in Washington, called by Secretary ot Labor Wilson in an effort to avert tho tlucatcncd walk-out. UP fBv Asocim-il i-rcts 10 The iinnnei, CLEVELAND, Oct. 10 Cardinal , Murder, pilmale of Belgium, arrived' heie today for u two days' visit.- He was gicctcd at the station hy a dele-' gation of ouo hundred citizens head ed by former Ambassador to Franco Derrick and u chorus of C00 school children. E OF PLOTS trtv nentert 'i-e? In TIim Rnn""l GAItY, Ind., Oct. 10 Investigation ' of radical bomb and nuti-government i plots und suiveillunce of suspected i "Iteds" continued today In Gary ' whoio army Intelligence oltlcQrs and fedetal operatives already hao un covered a number of alleged plots and I arrested a hcore or more of agitators. Seven men taken In a raid Tuesday i night aie held on depot tution war-' rants. DR. KUNO MEYER IS DEAD LONDON, Oct, 10 Announcement Is made In Berlin of the deuth In Leipsli! of Dr. Kuiio Moyur, professor ot Celtic language und literature at Itho University "f Uorllu, SONS If PEACE IGUREITHli COHHRENC ue H NTNU I DEATHTDLLIN THE I DERBY NOW SEVEN: 39 STILL IN RACE Twenty-Four Aviators' Are Still On The First . Lesr Capt. Smith Eliminated When His Machine Is ' Burned Up fBy At-niol.iterl Vicn to Tlio U.innerj CHICAGO, Oct, 16 The death toll In the transcntinental air race today I 1 stood-'' at seven, leaving 39 pilots In, .he contest. Lieut. French Klrby and Lieut. S. C. Miller, the latte'r of To ledo, Ohio, 'were killed yesterday when their 'plane fell In Utah. Of- those lelt in the race, six east- 'bound aviators hae landed at Mln- eola and nine westbound at Sun Fran cisco. Twenty-four others todoy were still 6n the first leg of tho flight. Capl. h. H. Smith, leader of those westUbuud on the return flight, was definitely put out of the race last night when his machine was acci dentally destroyed by fire at Buffalo. The army uir hervlce at Washington today announced he could not contin ue in a niw 'plane and would return west by rail. J ,' I I I FORCED TO THE GROUND TODAY (By Associated Press to The Bannei OMAHA, Oct. 16 Lletu. B. W. Maynard, flying from St. Paul, Neb., broke a crank-shaft and was forced to make a landing in 'a cornfield four miles north of Wahoo, Neb., 40 miles west of here, at noon today. The land ing was made without difficulty and without injury to the pilot or his ob server. It will be impossible for Lieut. May nard to repair the damaged motor and, he requested the control officer at the local field for permission to transfer to his 'plane the motor from the 'plane which was piloted by Ray Francis and which was wrecked near here Tues day. fBv AopatPi1 Preso tu The Bnnnerl CHICAGO, Oct. 10 Lieut. Maynard I at tlio timo of his accident was almost I ono day's flight ahead ot his nearest competitor. .Lieut. Pearson, of the eastbound llycrs, was closest to May- j nard, but he remained at Heno, Nev., today because of weather conditions. I Flying from the east on tlie second 1 lap. Major Spatz was his chief rival, I but he was hold today In Itochester, N. Y., because ot rain. Lieut. Kiel, i another close contender, remained at I Mlneola today. Unsettled weather I conditions halted most ot tlie flying In i the east. ALLOW FLYER TO CONTINUE fBy ARhoelated Press to The Hamier ! WASHINGTON. Oct. 10 ltegard- ' less of the lilies of the contest, Lieut. Muynnid will be permitted to contln- ' ue his letum lllght across the conti- ' nent if unother 'plane, can bo found for him in time, air servico officials juuuouuced today, . . raws N OPPONENTS ! Heads of Campaign For T. R. in Ohio r o HIO i" being: thoroughly or- Banlzed by counties for the Roo'sevclt Memorial fund campaign, to begin the week of October 20. In1 the most populous counties rtiere will be township organ- Izntlons at Hell, In an effort (o bring i tbla movement, so truly one for ah the j people, before eve.rjone In the state. VAiCsopfa .TjROCfER.-" - 77v99tTiASl - m n f Arthur L. Garford, of Elyrla, la presldeat of the state organization, and Wliam Cooper Procter, of Cin cinnati, treasurer Statp hcadquarten have been ore-ed jn. Cleveland. TO HAVE WIFE TO Glandular Swelling Disap pears And Good Night Enjoyed By A'socmtea Press to The Bannr WASHINGTON, Oct. 10 President Wilson, relieved from the glandular swelling from which he suffered for two days, had a good night's rest last night, safd the bulletin by his phy sicians today. Dr. Grayson said informally that the president was cheerful and that he was enjoying having Mrs. Wilson lead to him. The White House has not considered canceling the visit of the king and queen of the Belgians on Oct. 21, Dr. Grayson indicated. CLAIM PACK! CO. TRYING TO DOMINATE WHOLESALE GROCERY Handle 200 Foods Unrelated To Packing, Report States By Associated Press to The Banner! WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 Reltera tlon of the claim that the five pack ing companies of Chicago bid fair to dominate the wholesale grocery busi ness and already handle more than 200 foods unrelated to the meat pack;,, TMBsJift nMBmm, i L.gartord km Chaitmait) pHjL ..misismv HI M Ing industry, many or them directly ul ailmiulstiatlon was remarkable In competitive as meat substitutes, is development, wondorful In organic made a part of federal cpmmlttee re-ltion and that its standard of ef He- port op industry published today. U.S. Did Nothing When Huns Seized Territory, He . romts uut HOPEFUL FOR A VOTE BEFORE ADJOURNMENT Indications Seem To Point To A Defeat For The Amendment tBv Aumrlntfrt r-5 to The rtnnncrl WASHINGTON, Oct. ld-Debato on the, Shantung amendment to tho peace treaty ws resumed Jn tho senate today, with leaderri hopeful that a' final vote would be had beforo adjournment. Although contending that the 'vote would be close, supporters of the i amendment admitted that It would , be defeated. At the beginning of the debate, I Senator Kellogg, Republican, of Min- nesota, announced his opposition to M the amendment, declaring that i'tV" , would be Inconsistent for the United- "j( States to presume to dictate In the ?$ , Far East now after remaining sHent " while Germany and other nations had A seized territory there in tho past., m iRADICALS NOT I niiiiiinin nmnr liUNiiinibdimt sm OFFIGi Fitzpatrick Demands List of Names: Mills SO Pct.v . C v - i. Normal ptv A (undated Pi--vb to The-Banner) CHICAGO, Oct. 10 John Fitzpat rick, president of the" Chicago Federa- ' Hon of Labor, said today that ho would demand of the war department the publication of the name of every alleged radical member of the federa tion suspected of fomenting disorder in connection with the steel strike. "I have been told that General Wood has said there is not a bit ot eWdence to connect any ot the men arrested at Gary wlthHiny plot ot rad icals," said Mr. Fitzpatrick. "Tho re,-, ports that radicals are running thq strike are absolutely untrue." The industrial situation In this dis trict today was reported much bettor than at any time since tho strike be gan. Mills are said to be running 50 per cent of normal. TREATY POSTPONED fBv A!oc!nteil Pre8 to The Banner! PAIHS, Oct. 10 The formal ratifi cation of tho peace treaty with Ger many, making that treaty effective, will not take place this week, as had been expected, It was announced by the American delegation to the peaco conference. There bus bepn an In definite postponement, ,it was stated. ON H I S CRITICS V Declares Postal Organization Is A Marvel of Efficiency lt- At-Kiicl.ited T'iea to Tlie Banner ATLANTIC CITY, Oct. 10 Vigor oiih'.y turning against his critics In the first public address he has dellv-1; RATIFICATION OF THE IT IS ered since entciing the cabinet, Fostj.'tJ'J'1"' master General Burleson told the Na tional Hardwaie Manufacturers Asso- i 'l elation, in wtrftiii bete, that the postal 'w. ' ieucy bordurt, ou tho miraculous, l J . a a ,. i -, till mi -f. -s fi x V8 h i JJ 1 A ii. 11 m. rfi 1 "wlj I. H t " 1'-' AA & .