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Troopers Are Now In Three
Centers In The Ohio .
Coal Fields
Two Other Cavalry Troops
Are Being Mobilized In
Their Armories
Message FronnDead
Is Cause Of murder
(Br The Associated Press)
COLUMBUS, July 27 Troop A,
107th cavalry, Cleveland, ordered mo
bilized last night, has been ordered to
proceed at once to a point "some
where in Belmont county," said Ad
jutant General Florence this after
noon. The exact place of the troop
was withheld for the present.
(Br The Associated Press)
NEW YORK, July 27 A mossago
from her dead father, urging hor to
"mako an ond of all this business,"
prompted Mrs. Mlnnlo Roister, wife of
"John tho Barber" noisier, widely
known sporting man, to shoot her sis
ter, Bertha Katz, police quoto her as
saying today, after she had beon lock
ed up, with her two sons and a broth
er, on nomiciuo cnarges.
Hflaa TCn wnu alint 4 lint- limnn
early today. Dotectlvcs indicated
they bolloved Mrs. Itolslor'a state
ment, although Miss Katz, In a death
bod statement, told them that Morris
Ilelsler, a 'son of Mrs. Relslor, llrcd
tho shots which killed licr. Morris
and Georgo Relslor and Max Katz
wero hold with Mrs. Relslor after an
Investigation of their stories.
EXCLUSIVE NAHANT'S KICK S CAN'T STOP HIS CHARITY
PURCHASE COAL
N OPEN MARKET
(Br The Associated Press)
COLUMBUS, July 27 Movement
of two troops of national guard cav
alry from Cincinnati to Pomeroy to
day under orders of Governor Davis
late yesterday, places militiamen In
three centers in Ohio coal fields ready
for Instant dispatch to scenes of pos
sible disorders within their districts.
Tho troops aro expected to arrive at
Fomeroy about noon today.
Two other cavalry troops, one at
Cleveland and tho other at Colum
bus, mobilized in their armories.
In a statement, Governor Davis de
clared hero "action was In further
ance of tho state'l precautionary at
titude that troops bo avallablo for
possible Immediate emergency service
In different sections of tho stato
whore tho "conditions might demand
it."
, Tho governor stated that still fur
ther mobilization might bo necessary.
The two Cinclnnntl units en route
to' Pomorny iire Troop C, 107th cav
alry, commanded by Capt. Richmond,
and the headquarters aquadron of tho
filth cavalry brigade, commanded by
CapL Sanders. They loft Cincinnati
at 12:30 this morning over the Penn
sylvania railroad.
Troop B of the 107th cavalry, Co
lumbus, commanded by Capt. Knauss,
and Troop A, 107th cavalry, Cleveland,
commanded by Capt. Perkins, aro mobilized.
State To Buy Coal For Ohio
Institutions In Open
Markets
(Or the Associated Press)'
COLUMBUS, July 27 Authority
was given State Director of Finance
Davis to purchase coal for all state
institutions in the open market today
by the state board of control.
This action was taken becauso
wholosalo dealers havo been unwill
ing to contract and guarantee deliv
ery of large supplies of coal on ac
count of the tie-up caused by the coal
and rail strikes'.
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Circus, Is Forced
To Cancel Dates
(Br the. Associated cress)
LANCASTER, July 27 Tho Hagcn
beck-Wallace circus, becauso of rail
road conditions, Is forced to lay over
liorc until tonight and to cancel dates
at Clilll.lcothe, Portsmouth und Iron
ton. The Norfolk and Western road,
which was to move the circus cars
from hero to those cities, notified tho
circus management that It would bo
unable to furnish facilities because of
tho strike and fuel shortage, The
Pennsylvania road agreed to movo tho
circus tonight to Washington C. II.
Tho circus was -to have exhibited
In Chllllcothe, today; Portsmouth, Fri
day, and Ironton, Saturday.
HOPE FOR PEAK
IN ill STRIKE
FIGURES GIVEN ON
When Mike Dl Carlo made a for
tune In his butcher shop at Lynn,
Mass., he went over to exclusive Na
hunt, and bought tho fashionable resl:
deno shown in tho lower picture.
Then, Mlko having nothlngof tho self
ish in his makeup, he invited the poor
of Lynn, regardless of creed, color or
anything else, to be his guests and
mako merry in his home. They, did,
and tho bluebloods of tho Summer
colony complained that his gatherings
wero disorderly. Mlko was arrested
and freed at once, with praise from
tho magistrate. Tho upper plcturo
shows a wagonload of Lynn's poor on
their way to Mike's homo in Nahant.
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REVIVED iTQDAY
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Strike Leaders And Railway "I
Executives Gathering .
At Washington
BY STATE TROOPS
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Favorable Reaction Seen
From Efforts Of The U.
S. Government
ARREST MADE IN
KIDNAPING CASE
OFFICIALS SURPRISED
(Br The Associated Press)
POMEROY, O., July 27 City and
county officials hero expressed sur.
prlso today upon receipt of news that
Gov. Davis had ordered troops sent
hore. They declared that there was
uo need of troops.
Miuo union officials here could not
bo reached for a. statement but pub
lic opinion was strong against tho
Bonding of tho troops.
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Atlantic City .Girl
Shocked London
(Br The Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, July 27 Favorable
reaction to tho government's efforts
to stimulate coal production despite,
tho strike was seen today in figures
assembled by tho railroads showing
that 13,083 cars of coal wero loaded
on Monday as compared with 9.8G0
ears last Saturday and with' a dally
nvorage of 10,914 cars during tho six
working days previous to Saturday.
LONG ST FLIGH
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Theodore Phillips Arrested
In Connection With Monaco
Kidnaping
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ACCOMPLISHED
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(Br the associated press)
BELLVILLE, 111., July 27 Tho
longest flight over attempted by tho
army lighter than air craft sorvico
was completed today when tho diri
gible balloon A-4 arrived at Scdtt
Field, near hore, from Langloy Flold,
Va., a dlHtanco of 1100 miles, in 40
hours and 40 minutes actual flying
time.
(Br The associated Press)
STEUBENVILLE, O., July 27 Tho
odoro Phillips, arrested at Elizabeth,
Pa., last night in connection with, tho
kidnaping of Ralph Monaco, 18 years,
son of Oliver Monaco, wealthy Adona
coal man, was duo to arrlvo here in
company wtih Sheriff Houser this af
ternoon. Youiig Monaco has not yet
been found.
Further Curtailment
In-Steel Millsomes
Man Who Barricaded Him
self In House For 13 Days
Captured This Morning
(Br The Associated Press)
IIINTON, W. Va., July 27 John
tredeklng, the man who barricaded
himself in his house and for 13 days
resisted the efforts of officers to ar
rest him after he had killed one man
and wounded four -others, this morn
ing appeared at tjhe front door, held
up his hands, and asked for a drink
of water. He was then captured by
two troopers and 'led to the county
Jail.
Seniority Rights Of Men Ajh
pearing To Be Stumbling A
Block In Settlement jj
(Br The Associated Press)
CHICAGO, July 27 Jut as thq
railroad strike seemed to have settled
to a long, drawn-out battle, hops for,
peace was revived by the gathering
in Washington of strike leaders and
railroad executives today.
Restoration of seniority righto to
men on strike remained tho obstacle
to- peace. Tho question of the .rail
road heads on this question was that
the railroads were not seeking; to de
stroy seniority rights of nien on
strike, but to mako their s&iiority,
subordinate to that 'of men now ou
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YOUNG STOWN, July 27 Tho
banking of another blats furnace was
announced today by the -Brier Hill
Steel Co., on account of the fuel short
age. This is the seventh blast fur.
naco to closo horo since the fuel cris
is became acute, and leaves 19 still
in blast out of the 47 in the Youngs
town district.
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Meets Lew Tendler Tonight
In 12 Round Bout At
Boyle's Thirty Acres
FARMERS ANXIOUS
OVER THE STRIKE
Workers On West Vine and
West Gambier Streets En
counter Difficulty
(Br The Associated press)
NEW YORK, July 27 Tho second
"battle of the century" at Boyle's
Thirty Acres in Jersey City will take
placo tonight when Benny Leonard
defends his tlilo against Low Tend
ler, Philadelphia challenger, In a 12;
round contest. Doth boxers pro
nounced themselves fit and confident
Jon the ovo of the match.
NEWC0NFER1C
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Shortage of Coal Reported
And Ohio Is Said To Have
A Car Shortage
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AN AUTOMOBILE
Staid Loudon folk stopped aud star
ed. Bobbles hold up traffic, P(ca-J
iliily-soethod with look's .and ccjnvorsa
' tion. And the cnusq of it all was
Miss Margaret Campbell, of Atlantic
City, N. J., who woro knickerbockers,
horn-rimmed glasses and bobbed hair
all strango things to.London. Miss
Campbell was peeved. "I don't show
any moro of my logs than your Eng
llsh girls in short skirts!" sho ex
claimed, "and besides, I'm dressed to
please myself alone."
One Man Is Dead And More
Than A Dozen Persons
(Br The associated press)
COLUMBUS, O., July 27 Samuel
Spero, 35, of Gloustor, is dead and
more than half a dozen other persons
aro in local hospitals as a result of
an automobllo colliding with a rail
way motor car at Canal Wlnchetser
this morning. Mr. and Mrs. P. II,
Burns of Gloustcr and son John, who
with Spero, in the automobile, aro
among the injured.
(Br The Associated Press)
CHICAGO, July 27 Reports from
13 statos to flho American Farm Bu
reau federation show that farmers
aro anxious over tho strikes, fearing
they may intcrforo with harvesting
and marketing. Federation officials'
In Iowa, Washington, Wisconsin and
Illinois reported a shortage of coal,
und Ohio and other states faco a car
shortage.
New Treasury Offer
Received Favorably
(Br the associated press)
WASHINGTON, July 27 Favorablo
reception of tho treasury's now offer
of VA lor cont four-year notes In tho
Investment markets of tho country
was indicated last night in reports to
Secretary Motion. Tho 4V4 per cent
i
rate-on tho now notes is a new low
lovel for government obligations with
la four-year maturity. s
Cave-Ins aro delaying tho work of
excavation for tihe -sewer work being
done -on West Vino and West Gambler
streets. Tho gravelly nature of 'the
soil and tho ilopth of tho excavation
mako the work quite hazardous for
tho workmen. Thus far, however,
there has been no mlbtiap and no one
Injured or caught under the falling
gravel. Tho trench sides aro shored
up by timbers, and tho trench is left
open ns'biiof a tlmo as may bo nec
essary to lay the tllo for the-ower.
After an interval of soveral days,
tho laying of concrete on East Ghost
nut street was resumed Wednesday
afternoon. The concreting was
was" btopped because of a short sup
ly of gravel duo- to Inability to se
cure a number of teams to keep up
with tho concroto mixing crow. A
sufficient amount of gravel has been
laid down now to insure the comple
tion of tho street to Park street. It
is expected that tho coucroto work
will contimio without further inter
ruption until It Is completed.'
Tllie brick situation remains un
'changed. Tho contractors havo been
unable to sccuro any shipments of
brick and havo no doflnlte nssuranco
when shipments will bo made.
Illinois Operators, However,
Will Not Enter A j
Wage Conference
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(Br The associated press)
PHILADELPHIA, July 27 John L.
Lewis, head of the miners' union, said
here today that he had every reason
to believe" that an Interstate Joint
conference of the central competitive
field wilt be arra&ged within a few
days- rrfy; "
ILLINOIS REFUSES'
(Br The Associated Press)
k CHICAGO, July 27 Illinois operat
or will not enter into a joint state
wage conference to settle the coal
strike it was declared today by Dr. F.
C. Honnold, secretary of tho Illinois
Coal Operators' association.
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Statement Issued This After
noon By The Governor
Of Indiana
MARION Tho Marion board of ed
ucation rovorscd its decision to sknlh
teachers' pay ten per cont when it
was found that teachers In surround
ing centralized and rural schools in
somo cases wero receiving moro than
tho Marion tcacaors.
(Br The associated Press)
INDIANAPOLIS, July 27 Governor
McCray, in a statement addressed to
the public, announced this afternoon
th.it "If the strike is not determined
within five days from this date, I will
take over one or more mines and sup
ply the people of Indiana with ue.l."
COAL
K Ml
(Br The Associated Press)
Frank Farrlngton, Illinois minors'
president, rescinded call for stato
convention at Peoria next week to
outsider soparato agreement.
Federal authorities expect stato
governors to sot up machinery to co
operato In plans aud maintain equi
table distribution and fair prices.
British miners consider attitude to
wards shipments to United States.
Now York longshoremen may
fuse to handlo imported coal,
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MEET WITH PRESIDENT.-
(Br The Associated Press) - '
WASHINGTON,. July 27 . The.
White House again today became tho.
center of developments In tho rail
road strike, President Harding meet
ing in conference first with B. G. Cuy
ler, chairman of the association of,
railway executives, and then with the
strike leaders headed by B. M. Jew
ell, who reached here today from Chi
cago. Mr. Jewell and his colleagues went
Into conference with the president at
11 o'clock.
Mr. Cuyler, n leaving tho Whlto
House, said ho presented the vlowa
of the railroads and that thero had
been no new developments la thq
situation. , . I'
Mr. Cuyler, when pressed for an
opinion as to whether seniority was
the stumbling block in the way of set
tlement, said he had seen no state
ment from Mr. Jewell on the point,
and could not therefore say whothoE
that was the posltlou taken by tho,
union. $
Ou leaving tho Whlto House, Mr.
Jewell said ho would meet again
with Mr. Harding this afternoon. Act
ing as spokesman, Mr. Jewell said tho
morning conference was confined to a
general discussion of tho strike sit
uation in which tho labor leaders en
deavored to givo tho president their
view as to the controversy.
(Br The Associated Press)
REFUSES TO DISCUSS
COLUMBUS, O., July 27 W. D. Mc-
Kinney, secretary of tho southern
Ohio coal exchange, declined today to
discuss tho probability of operators
who are members of the exchange en
tering intern conference with the min
ers union. Members of the organiza
tion havo contended for a district settlement-.
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Some Dry In Village
Of Bellville, Ohio
JAIL BLOWN UP
ON
(Br The Associated Press)
BELFAST, July 27 Through a hole
blown in the wall by a mine, 105 pris
oners escaped from the Dundalk jail,
County Louth, today.
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(Br The associated Press) ,
NEW YORK, July 27--Selzuro of
three alleged rum-running boats ovor
night was declared by fode'ral officers
to Indicate tho resumption of activity
by liquor smugglers.
LIMA Hourly passenger car ser
vice on tho Western Ohio Interurban
railway between Lima and PIqua, will
be inaugurated July 10,
BELLVJLLB, O., July 27 Tho -vicinity
of Bellville has becomo so very
dry during the last ten days that a
hay stubble field along the B. & O.
railroad track, caught firo yesterday
from a passing locomotive and tho
blr f.o had progressed to such an ex
tern that the farm buildings of Samuel;
S'aafer were threatened with destruc
tion. Section men came to the rescue,
and extinguished the fire before It;
reached the Shafer barn.
Home After Three Years
Reparations Work
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Boland W. Boydon has returned to
America for tho first tlmo In threa
years. LJa hap been stationed in,
Paris as America's "unofficial repre
sontativo" on tho Allied Jteparatloiis "
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