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REDS ENTRENCHED IN WASHINGTON
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Anti-Bolsheviki Cat All
Railroads To Petrograd,
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IS PRACTICALLY
ALL OF
Red Division Almost Anni
hilated Before Reach
ing City
Pskov Is Under Bombard
1 ment By The Esthoniah
Troops
.' tRv'AfwiL-lated trm to Tiie Banneri
LONDON, Oct. 20 The wat; office
oday states that the troops of Gen
ral Denlklne have driven the Bolshe
Ikl from Kiev, which' they tempor.
irily occupied last week.
Illy AhMn-lalnl ti ,s in Tliu Hulmeij
LONDON, Oct. 20 Petrograd Is vir
tually Isolated; thtf War office an
.ftpurfced, today, antl-Boshevlk cavalry
having cut the railroads leading from
Petrograd to Moscow, Vologda and
Vitebsk.
A Bolshevik division which was be
ing rushed to Petrograd from the In
terior to defend the city against the
threatening advance of General Yud
enftch was virtually wiped out at
Krasnoe Selo when General Yuden
Itch took that outpost to Petrograd,
according to war office advices.
Tlio whlto flag was hoisted ovor
Kronstadt Friday, the war offlco an
nounced today.
The war office furthor announces
that Pskov, tlio Important railway
town south of PetroRrud, Is under
bombardment by the Ksthonian
troops. Petrograd is reported to bo
preparing for a siege. Machine guns
aro posted to command tlio principal
streots and supplies of. food arc being
brought Into tlio city,
Arrives At Mincola At Ten
This Morning; Others Near
The End
Oy Asi'mcliitcil I'ic'ih o Tim Hiumcr
CHICAGO, Oct. 20 Capt. Donald
son, the second aviator to complete
the transcontinental flight and return,
arrived at Mlneola at 10 o'clock today.
The other contestants continued
their flights with goqd weather, Capt.
Smith and Lieut. Queens, leading in
the last half of. the ruco to Sun 'Knui
cisco, neaiing their destination.
BRIEF RECESS FOR
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lily Associated Press to The nonner)
WASHINGTON, jOqt. 20 Itepubll
can Leader Moridoll told tho house to
day it was the Intention of the Repub
lican leaders to haye congress adjourn
between November 8 and 10 so mem
bers could have a brief rest before
..ho beginning of. the regular session
uarly In December.
SPIUNGFIEI.D George W. Thomp
son of Denver, assistant to tho pi est
dejit of the Santa Ke railroad, died
' fuddculy iu tblts city. -
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DONALDSON IS
SECONDiNTHE
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CONGRESS PLANNED
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Refuses To Negotiate With
Employes Other Than
His Own
IS SAID TO FEAR ANY
FURTHER RECOGNITION
Capital Group of Labor Con
ference In Session All
Forenoon
fliy Asfocliitoil fuss lo Tlio flaiinnrl
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 Reaffirm
Ing his refusal to negotiate with rep
resentatives of labor unions not em
ployes in the plants ,of the United
States Steel Corporation, Judge Gary,
chairman of the corporation's board
of directors, Informed Chairman Lane
of the national industrial conference
and Secretary Morrison of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor, today, that
he would not recede from his stand
for the cpen shop.
Judge Gary was understood to have
expressed fear'of the consequences of
further recognition of labor unions.
The effect of hlh announcement on
tho industrial conference remains to
bo dcvolopod. The capital gioup ro
mnincd in sossiou all forenoon, forc
ing a postponement of the conlercucu
meeting until 2:110 p. m.
BAKER REFUSES THE
REQUEST OF HYLAN
TO POSTPONE ACTION
Maintenance of Army Trans
port Service Necessary,
He Replies
fnv AKKOPlafcl Pien to The Banner
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 Secretary
Ilaker today lcfused the request of
Mayor Hylan of Now .York to post
pone tho use of troops at New York
until further offorts could bo made to
sottlo the unauthorized strike of long
shoremen there. Sir. Dakor said main
tenance of army transport scrvlco out
of New York was n part of the war
operations of the government and that
ho intended to continue the opciatlon
of the ships. He added that he was
willing, however, to cooperate with
the authoiitles In any possible way
"to bihiK about an adjustment of the
strike."
NliW PHILADELPHIA The East
Kml garage was outered uud a sufo
stolen, . .
NEWSPAPER IN' MT.
SettiajttiHe:
MT. VERNON,
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CHARTERS AIRPLANE
IN ORDER TO MAKE
ENGAGEMENT IN TIME
y AsMnclatril Piesi to Tlin Humid
NEWARK, Oct. 20 Receiving a
telegram calling him to Fostoria for
an important business conference, R.
U. White, wealthy lumber dealer of
this city, Immediately chartered an
airplane and started this morning for
his appointment, with the expectation
of arriving thero in an hour.
ITSFHE16
By AsnorlaU'd I'recn to Tlio TlHnner
PARIS, Oct. 20 The curtain was
rung down last night on the session
of parliament which sat uninterrupt
edly through tho greatest national ef
fort in French history with Premier
Clomenceau tlio lending actor. A now
chamber of deputies will moot in De
cember. ATTEMPTS 10 GO II
fnv AKoc-liit(fl r,r,',s to Th nnnn
ni.KVIi'l.ANl) fW 9.1) AMiMimtK nf
lour of the largest steel plants In iho
city to losumo work nt comparatively
full strength today failed, accoullng
to reports to tho pollco and strike
ieadeis today. At Youngstown, thero
was no effort at lesumption.
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IHv Ai"'(H,lat''(l 1'icsh to The Uanni'ii
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 Hussion
unions which have been oiganli-ed iu
the pilnclpal Pennsylvania and Ohio
steel distilcts aro seeking to organize
an Industilal uct In the United
fStates, the senate committee invest!-
gating tho steel stiil.'o was told today
by Jacob Margolis of PitUburgh, who
ldeulilicd himself us mi attornoy for
tho I, W. W,
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RUSSIAN UNIONS AR
MENAGE TO THE U
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VERNON RlCIlVlNa THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
OHIO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1919 No. 84
FEDERAL TRADE
y
TO I. S.
Many Investigators Of Meat
- Packers Anarchists,
He Avers
Declares Man In
. Notorious Expon
Socialism
WASHINGTON, Oct. -') Sensa-
iianai cnarges inai oociaqsis, ncoi
and other radicals are, enweriched In
the governmental departments and
particularly that tho investigating
forces of the federal rage commis
sion contained men hoitfts .to the
Oovernmenf and Amerlojn Institu
tions were made in the wifiato today
by Senator Watson, ' Rbt1)lican, of
Indiana, who Introduced; a resolution
for an Investigation by th Interstate
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commerce commission. i'Vr
Disclaiming any defense 6f the
great meat packers, Senator Watson
declared, that the open) records of
some of the commlssloi'sj. employes
and that Investigation thwedthem
to be respectively dutflblvn .Anarch
ists, participants .in RedwMis pr-
' ' bj' . T a-
nine"" '.and
Trotsky and avoWAPeici
eKpontritsvof-so-
vlet government.
Of Stuart Qhase, who hadcgeneral
charge of the investigation' of the
meat-packing industry, Senator Wat
son charged that besides being -a well
known exponent of socialistic "doc
trines, he was president and organizer
of the Fabian club'-of Chicago, a so
ciety founded "for the express pur
pose of furthering the doctrines of. so
cialism." ,
Grouped about him at federal trade
commission headquarters Were- Victor
Berger and many other extreme So
cialists. His office became the rendez
vous of men(devoted to the destruc
tion of property, to the overthrow of
government and consummation of the
ideals of socialism.
1 On Chase's specific Instructions,
Senator Watson charged, the commis
sion's accountants Inflated the show
ing of profits of the packing compan
ies. Chase, he said, wrote a magazine
allele assailing the United States
government for not recognizing the
Russian Reds.
RIGHT TO SEIZE
Supreme Court Refuses To
Review Appeals In Ohio
Case
I US- AytiifliitPri I'lts-i to Tlio TJunnerl
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 Authority
of Ohio statu officials to confiscate
and soil food held In cold storage
longer than authorized under a state
law was in effect sustained today by
I "o Hupromo couit when It refused to
review Miiiiuaia in iiiuuucuui&a siuu-
lng out of the solzure of 125,000
pounds of pork of 'the Columbus Pack
ing Co.
LONGSHOREMEN TO
REMAIN ON STRIKE
'TIL DEMANDS MET
Vote Almost Unanimously
Today Against Arbitra
tion Effort
fBv Ajwootatfd rTHKd to Thi Batmei ,
NKWOItLi;ANS,Oct.20 longshore
men hoie voted almost unanimously
today'to lenialn on strike until their
demands for luci eased wages tiro met.
Tho vote was taUeu on the proposal
to submit tho question to arbitutiou
by tho national adjustment commis
sion,
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WKSON'S DIGESTIVE.
DISTURBANCE OVER;
RESTS. WELL TODAY
TBy Associated Press to The Banner!
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 President
Wilson's digesthe disturbance has
subsided almdst completely and 4ie
was comfortable today after a fairly
good night, his physicians announced.'
T
liv A'.cicl.iUil Press lo Tne nn1mt.1l
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.. Oct. 20
Posses toduy were searching the vi
cinity of Ooltowah,. James county, for
Ed Mai tin, who, with James Oliver,
Satmdny night killed Deputy Sheriff
Mcintosh and, barricadingthemselves
on the Dixie highway, held up a num
ber of traeleis.
TEN GENTS, THE
Steps Taken To Prevent Ab
normal Increase In
Price
fBy Associated Pleas lo Tlio Itminrii
VAQHINGTON, Oct. 20 Steps to
prevent an abnormal increase in the
price of sugar because of the existing
shortage were take.i today by the de
partment of justice. ,
Attorney Genoial Palmer notified
beet sugar lellnorles who have been
withholding thoir products Horn the
maiket until tho pi ice situation bo
camo mote stabilized, that the United
States sugar equalization boatd had
determined tltnt ten cents was a fair
in Ice to bo chaiged tho wholesaleis
and that any charge In excess of that
amount would be legarded In viola
tion of the food coutiol act,
The price to the wholesalers heie
tofore has been nine couts, ho that
tho new prlqo moans an Increase of
one cent a pound.
SANDUSKi' Science lodge, Fieo
&. Accepted Masons, of this city, will
celeb ute U& centenary tuuioriow,
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way for n' modem structure,
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It was
Hamilton Man Maltreated By
j Six Masked
Men
CLAIM HE CIRCULATED
SEDITIOUS PAMPHLETS
Kidnapped, Administered
Drug, Stripped Naked
and Tarred
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HAMILTON, Ohio, Oct. 20 Follow,
ing his experience of being chloro
formed, taken to a woods north of
here and treated to a coat of tar and
feathers, John E. Steiger, local Social
ist leader, today received a letter ad
vising him to leave the city. In ten
days on pain of beincumore severely
treated, Steiger did not indicate
whether or not he would comply. He
was suffering today from severe ner
vous shock.
According to the story told by Stei
ger, he was returning from work
when he was seized by six masked
men who jumped from an automobile.
He was taken to the woods in the ma
chine, chloroformed, and when he
awoke he was naked with the tar and
feathers streaming from him. He
found his clothes near by and put
them on over the tar and walked
home as best he could.
Incidents that led to the attack
were that circulars attacking the gov
ernment were distributed in the city
last week which were signed by Steig
er and another Socialist.
OHIO BRIEFS
SPItlNGFIKI.D-Hcrry Murray, 42,
and his ll-ycar-old son arc killed by
an Ohio Ulcctrio Co. car.
AKItON Mrs. Charles Murphy. 21,
electrocuted when sho attempted to
pull her daughter away from u fur
nace which was short-circuited by an
electric wire.
C01-.UMDUS Total registration of
women in Columbus this year was
20,820.
POItT CLINTON John Carstensen,
August Ilader and Joseph Smith se
verely injured when a tiuck oer
tut ned.
MAUHSTTA A campaign to raise
$300,000 for Muiletta college endow
mupt lund was announced here by the
tius tees of the institution.
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Five Hundred Soldiers Given
Task Of Ending The?
Congestion
Troops Will Aid In Moving
Transports Or Any Other
Work
IR- Avoc-luleil l'icss to TIip Dnmmr'
NEW YORK. Oct. 20 Flue hnnrlr.rf
.soldiers of the regular armv were
landed here today from the transport
George Washington to attempt to epd
'the congestion at the army piera -in
Brooklyn, caused by the longshore
men's strike. The men are under or
ders "to hoot If necessary," accord
ing to a statement made by Brigadier
Gn'nerat 'Davison, chief of troop move
ments at the- port of embarkation.
"The troops will act In moving
'transports or whatever else Is neces
sary," said General Davison.
U. S. STEEL CO.
IS OPPOSED TO
J SETTLEMENT
Gary Declares Arbitration
' Demand Should Be '
Ignored
Rv 4gnr-la!pl Pri to The nnnnsrl
WASHINGON, Oct. 20 Arbitration
of the steel strike demanded by the
labor group should not be considered
by the national industrial conference,
Judge Gary, chairman of the board of
directors of the United States 8teel
Corporation and a member of the
public group, told the conference to.
day.
The corporation will not agree, to
any arbitration and stands firmly on
Its previously announced policy as re
gards the question, Gary said. It was
his first pronouncement to the confer
ence. fnv .Wncl8t press to The Bannei,
DUBLIN, Oct. 20 Tho general ck
tfect of the government proclamations
suppressing tho Sinn Fein parliament
nnd Sinn Fein organizations through
out Ireland is to make these organ-"
Izations Illegal. It will bo an of
fense to hold a meeting of these bo
dies In the proclaimed areas or to
publish reports of any such meetings.
As these organizations declare their
puipose to bo the overt'niow of Brit-
fish mle In Ireland and the establish
ment of an Independent Irish Repub
lic, and as that purposo has long been
Illegal under the ordinary law, the
pioclamaUon merely provided a
speedier means for the trial of of
fenders and a greater probability of
their conviction. They can now ho
tiled by two icsldcnt magistrates In
stead of by the usual petty sessions
bench and thete Is In every case nn
appeal fiom tho decision of the coun
ty coult Judge. '
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