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AND DAILY UNION. SIXTY-NINTH YEAR. NO. 178. ASSOCIATED PKESS LEASED WOO. SATURDAY MAY 15, 1920 FOURTEEN PAGES. ited pkess leased wire. PRICE FIVE CENTS. rnn WW THE ROC ML TO tlAVOR AND AIDES LOSE U. S. FIGHT Jordan Confiras Sol-river's Report of Retention of 2,000 Men June 30. Carranza Escape Admitted by Chief of Rebels Army Deserter Hides 2 Years Through Fear of Death by Firing Squad FALLEN HEROES ARE EULOGIZED AT DEDICATION Chilllcotbe, Ohio. May 15. ? Stories of how a neighbor, deserted 1 from the Union army during the C'.vil war. had been brought to bay In a nearby Tillage by a United . States marshal and shot, brought visions of a similar fate to Carl ' Amerine. and impelled him to h;de I in tho Killo frt nan pin wj Approximately 3.S00 employes atratner , face . firiD the(Rock Island arsenal will be laid ; Camp Sherman. off June 30, tearing about two thou- Amerine, drafted into the army. und employes to man the plant and 'ett a wlIe ana. 2-year-old baby at Ui Savanna proving grounds. j He tould neither read T write Wilson Euloer Read bv Secretarr Hsyor Harry M. Sehriver return- and the largest village visited by' Rater at Ceremony In Honor of Memorial at Arlington. ti from Washington. D. C. Fridav , him in his years had numbered n'tht after snendine two weeks with I less than 1,000 persons. The bust- sdelegat.on rrom Kock Islano in an j muusauus ai me camp, mui-j effort to avert the big layoff andjtary restraint and customs weighed j Washington, May 15. "The dedi the removal of arsenal departments, i heavily upon him and an impelling ; cation of the national memorial at This morning the mayor an- aes.re to see nis wire ana oaDy inmusiuu causes ana commits io jounced that he had been told by B0-v 1M D!m Qt "P to see ; i'iory a great episoue in me maa- ('onirressman W. J. Graham of illi-,iaem ''tncut ontaimng permission. 's " rrlueUi wnsun I I COlH in o mnooa n 1arl a 4Via s4 Arl i goi and Harry Hull of Iowa that' Told He Is Heserler. " -" c "V they bad been informed in Wash- At home, his father, a tottering ! " -uLA d".;A J ' tajton recently by Colonel Harry wreck of the Civil war, told him he hrH intn ,m. -a,in!,i -om. B. Jordan, commandant of the arse- was a deserter. Visions of the fir- j eterT and eisewhere ,he Dresj Ml that S.S00 employes would be , ing squad flashed through his mind. aent" saidi ..are most of'lhe menP who laid off June -0. .Kissing his wife and baby goodbye, fnns,ht nilt ,h rnntitiirinni called today he took to the rugged hills-. tions insoiuble by other process PEACE BILL SLATED FOR VOTETODAY Senate to Act on G. O. P. Resolution to End War ' at 4 P.M. Washington. .Hay 15. A vote will be taken by the senate at 4 p. m. today on the Kepubli. can resolution designed to re peal the joint resolution which declared a state of war between the United States and Germany and Austria. Opinion in congress was that adoption of I be peace recolu tinn was certain, with subse quent veto by President Wilson regarded as equally inevitable. Illegal, I'omerene Says. Washington. May 15. The Re processes i publican peace resolution was op ARNSTEIIM ENDS OWN MAN HUN T Alleged "Master Mind" in Wall Street Bond Thefts Gives Himself Up. REPUBLICAN DELEGATES FACING CUT Pruning Over-Sized Dele gations Will Lead to Many New Contests. pAisNfvERY ELUDES FOE MUCH TANGLED! Resolution Veto Sure But Grounds are a Matter cf Doubt BY DAVID LAWREfE. (Special to The Argus). Washington, D. C, May 15. Pres ident Wilson is sharpening his AND BREAKS FOR RANGES dent Is Admitted by General Obregon. veto pencil for the Knoi peace res-1 X-SCape Of Deposed JrTeSl-. olution. In us present lorm, even as amended by the senate, it is ob- j jectionable to the White house, but ( there have been so many vital changes since the measure passed the house that it may be a simple j x-, . , - T , ... t . ., . . , , ? repeal ui waiuun? iao ucu i. : New ork. May lo. Jules W. Chicaeo. Mav 15. The neht of .... v.. i (v;ni.nP, . .corner out ui ine cuincieuce ire- mind" "of Xew York! hsmM0 . l "Vn. bot? 0e? 01 .00a bond theft plot, was arrested here j , ' . . i LiT.I Lui rtriiuv seieciea ov several siaies. io ; vvuuvu n..v.v vW vill be decided U? eomes V0 the Whitf house' but ! today in the district attorney's of nee when he appeared thate wnh-sit in the meeting w , Arnste'n, '? ld P?"" be bt' 1 Examination todav of the con- veto niesae will come the treaty ! been in Pittsburgh all the time the u . f. ' 1 , : , i police have been looking for h-m j vent10n hall discloses .hat it pro-1 of ersailles as the unfulfilled ta The elusive "Xickey" for whom vines mat contests snail De aeemea , . su-ic. the police from coast to coast and even the Canadian authorities have jbeen searching, since last February, j surrendered himself at the district 'attorney's office. Besides his wife. toionei juruaa was cauea touay ne look to the rugged mils-. it reference to the mayor's state-1 There he found a cave in which !nrf . ,ha -;-,, w : v"" "" "". "i' ihe was accomnanied bv William J. meot, and announced that he had; he spent most of the time, ventur-! tnis great and beautiful building to ! erene Democrat Ohio in oDeninc I Kailon' nis lawer- firen Congressmen Graham and ing forth only at night and at 8tand like a 6entinel on tne banks!debale cTon the measure which Unnoticed by Sleuths. Hal an estimate of the number of ; times during the day, when there 'of lhe Potomac and to view for allonts ,-?,?- , T n m Todav Arnstem described to newspaper employes inai ne oetievea wouu De was nuie cnance oi oemg seen. time, the capitol of the reunited ! n-u- o ...m -ni ia men his entrance into the citv un-1 to exist wherever a state elects i laiertsi centers more upon wnai more delegates than provided for; ground the president will choose j in the call. Thompson Contested. As a result, the right of Wil- HaleThompson. Republican BrXLETIX. ITashinirton. May la. Tar ra ma's escape from the revolu tionary force which attacked his troops near Esperania was reKrted today by (.eneral Obre gon. In a messaee to revolo tioirary aircnts on the border , which was forwarded her, Obre gon said the deposed president had receded In breaking- the revolutionary line and, arrom pained by a small escort, was moving" southward into the mountains. maiataiDed at the arsenal after ' His only fare was such scanty food ' nation. Juno 30. . "It ha been stated on numerous ' herbs and occasions that fewer emploves game that that his wife could get to him and j "Time has thrown its softening sucu : influence over the controversy. ! the roll call in which both Demo- iid herries and sncli !-.,-,. ,u. , rais auu ive(.uuucaus sam ouiu he could catch. The Time has eliminated from our mem: the adoption of the resolu- wnttlrl Ka lranr at tha nicf.nn1 ofr.. I rat-, in -hifh h A live) is fiuiil f A ' niA K;,AA.n . ki.k u. t tlOn. the end of the fiscal vear. The fiscal ; be large enough for only one per-; troversy aroused, but time has onlv j Declaring th-t. aunougn ne tir ends June 30. and while I am son. i served to magnifv the heroic valor j agreed with, Senator Knoi. Repub- not in the position to give an au- 1. S. (,'ive I'p Search. jof the captains and men who fought ! llcan- Pennsylvania, author of the thoritative statement of the exact Vntil a few days ago he had been ' the great fight. As the nation resolution, as to tne necessity of. number of employes that will be seen by no one except his wife an 1 , arose, reunited, it found itself : peace. Senator Pomerene said adop mt. I ran rive q an minuio that la brother-in-law. Military authori-i blessed with a ereat tradition. In : t'on of the resolution "would be li&m committeeman from Illinois, to rep resentation on the state's "Big Eight" will be contested. The Republican sta;e convention V... V. nA...Un II- wtmc i "D4c Taw ict&ifl rf Inn llfie-ht rie'.eFates-jit-'aree, to which!""" luc pr,.6i u...vU u--d lur U4,cio..u.. u- for his veto message than in the j possibility that he might sign the resolution and point to its inade-1 ijuacy by referring the treaty of ; peace itself to tne senate for ac- ;t:on. Generally speaking, me pres-! ident is said to contemplate veto-! i ine the neace resolution on the ' ground that it distinctly interferes ; Washington today contained no ad- The message added that Carransa was being pushed by the revolu tionists. Official reports reaching about two Mfliber." thousand will be the ,ies h-d abandoned the search for . these later days, that tradition has JAmer.ne. Three weeks ago an at-! nerved the arms of millions of j worse than useless." "If adoption ere not illegal. it Th rnlnnel -aid that thr a-e torney friend of the family became ' Americans called upon to vindicate ; would mean the presidential dis- (ow 7,g00 employes in service at ' interested and implored the wife to j upon foreign fields of battle the: approvI."'tn'e ''Ohio senator added. nave ner uusuauu ret-uni auu w priucipies oi puiiLicai uuerLy. nno 41 iii u an attempt u itciMa- rive a, me rcnasyivansa lerminai ; C'B"- u:n:sair3-iii-.ai6c iu wunu, r: ani ifroui Pittsburgh this morning, and the state is entitled, giving each of JA ; c " ' "'t wmT gUn a wee" "s 10 enect lDe jwas met bv his wife in her auto-i the 10 four-fifths of a vote. Mis- 116 a fore'n government. While e of (he flee,n president mobile. He used her machine, h J souri. Oklahonia Arkansas, Neva-1 re "tight be no objecuon o r - informalion. UoweVer. In said because the ooiice had faith- da and Virginia have elected dou- "tance. in me repeal ot a. time, ,. . . 'full; S fh number of h!s own We delegations. wih a half voteIw domestic viewpoint. , dicated that the fighung had not ,tui.y us.eu tne nujiner 01 l.s own jg gajd p,E.!the president could contend that it ; been as, severe as reported un ' He drove down Fifth avenue in! nig tne same action. deprives him of one of the most im- officially ; broad davlight and was not recog-j 3lay Kenew State Feud. Ponant weapons neeued m nego-. Adds t'ompiicaUon!, ;n;zed despite the fact that he rani ab a resnit of the national com-' ,S Ior. ,'SD gvern-i The escape of the president was ; into h.s police pursuers, thousands ; ; strong, forming for the annual New lork. police parade. The Arnstein car was held up for mittee s ruling, the fight between 1 " .,7 " V r' !eea .? overnmeni omciais j Mayor Thompson and Governor V 'yZ , " T7he sene tha ' A"6 aS 8 mg t001Ple.Veaure 10 U'ranlr n I nwrien mav he iniectert fates in me sen.-e mat tne sltuation, since with him at L", ?AMe.? a! "it0".! I t removes front-Mr. Wilson's hands . ,ar.. thPTm fM lln . ,,-,- i ue mayut a ,u . u.u . 1. . . .... - ' : r - 1 ..- .u- .i ... ... . , l IUK yUUCI KKt UU1U tlldl l"iicn 9 nn nr ftxr ihnca mmto.l t th n- ftfned 5.800 employes will be cut himself up. bhe steadlastiy neia. shall say whence the strength ! live wt to create a treaty and de-!fell in Iine aml wnen he continued 1 convention bot Thompson and Cor-1 clu0 over UPrman ln lne e'enl forces. Carranza 's chances of es- ol the payroll. Ufpartmenti Heine Kemoied. The fight staged by Mayor that her husband would be shot. i came of these matchless men? From i pends upon some action by Ger- Last week Clarence Stone of 'every corner of our great country ! man v. tin arsenal. In case onlv 2.000 are Jon his way to the Criminal Courts ! poration Counsel Kuleson were that a new negotiauon tor a treaty cap.;ug capture were regarded is U ..,,. ...-j., ..... , v"'-""" .v " . wrh Germanv mizht later become , :llll lllllll Ml'UPV nSHIl Tlllif a.t In ttin .iiDiirnur "Kl. hltr it - i,,liuaiat.ldi Dilui-. uu.cici. Adelphi managed to get word to tne tney came witn one tnougnt: tnat or ; "The treaty now has no effect on er mie Qf poiicemen, reviewing ; siate j necessary. ; largely because of his age and phy- vnnth that hie vac nnt u race nf . ilevct inn tn the ntiro m:rnnse fnr ; t,n ..A , . . , . . ' ' ' I ltli'e i tltifitiate llhitvttntl. l-:..-i Lji.: .i.:.u : n u . Srhriver anrt hii j,t.,h " . " ' " ! ' . " .r" r ' " I'"1 lmlcu " tnem irom his mat-nine as u were.i when the case comes ltore the " ""'"' oramer aan niS aeiCZatlOn la I Hosprlirm anit there ii no rinn?er 1 whli h their (Olintrv cnl eri them . . ,.,., n f h ... , .... ... Senator Ijiiit-e hinisplf han i..,.i .n .1, ;....! f- Ulm d-- 1 - 171 vu ' . lji ,i Mt.. i , iiii iiiriiurr!. rnnipsr enmmmee. ntt iirai leaiiers 1 " mun i. mmvun .... na,ng,on to avert tne iaon ana of a BHng squad. Died as Soldiers Should.- efits ithout undertaking any of VreT,0Tl departments wast Ketnrns to ( amp. "They lived among our allies and ' its obligations." Ik A, narne8S department and i Early Thursday morning be went faced the foe as soldiers from the Interrupting to dispute this con w divisions of the carpentry and J to Stone's home. His wife brought! new world should, conscious of 1 tention. Senator Knox said: Wptnent departments which hmg-1 his un.form which she had pre- their strength, confident of their) "The resolution does not accept M on the harness department are served for him a-d had neatly j cause, alike unselfish and uncon-'anv benefits under the treatv It - icuiuicu iu jiiiciMiuMiii:, iuu. Dressed ior ine occasion. un ' nuerah e Ann I like to think- that contest committee, political leaders) Arnstein. when the machine pass- todav predicted that Thompson and I nreui wuuurawu irom me jno-:to undergo the hard riding and ex- ed the grand stand erected for the Ettleson would be forced into the resolution me request ior a scpa- posure he will be forced to face. nr.iice nararie arose from his seat ! nnsif inn of minoritv deieeatfts ti?ht- rate peace un dermanj. ins amendment that was tacked Stone and an attorney, Amerine W the tnnual fortifications bill in j went to Camp Sherman .and sur- ne senate by Senator William S. 1 rendered himself to the adjutant. rayon of Iowa, in an effort to tie He made no comment except to ex- f funds, in that bill or any pre-: press himself as be'ng well pleased "ons bill, could be used by Secre- i that "it is all over." tarf of War Newton D. Baker in I tarrying out the removals, was di-, wced from the bill in the confer-1 c committee after a strenuous' fit by the Rock Island delegation. ! CoMom Pu-iles .Major. j Mayor Scfcriver said that a prec-1 Want as old as the government was i tp by the delegation, when it 'ofcad its way before the conferees, f Jd presented evidence in opposi- twa to the stand of army officials. It was said that in the nast no' has been allowed to eo before ! VILLAGES NEAR DETROIT BREAK CENSUS RECORD Wachinrtnn Mar 1 r. All 'conference committee on any mat- ords for increase in population as "f- In this case Mayor Schriver reported in the 1920 census were Mi nis delegation managed to carry , broken today by two Detroit sub iMr tght before, a session of the , urbs, Hamtramck and Highland wtntnlttee. when war department : Park, which since 1910 have in alcials attempted to contradict creased 1,-56 and 1,031 per cent re twlr statements. j spectively. The conference committee was! Detroit's automobile factory jnposed of Senators Smoot of workers bought the two towns for ' 'ah. chairman of the senate srrouD: hotE6a and today the census bureau JWTon of Iowa and Overman of deponed a population of 48,615 forj mn Carnl'a r Hanitranuk. and 4S.a99 for Hizh- "BP f Virginia, chairman of the land Park. -! group: French of Idaho and ' 10 tuuaj repun. M-amwe, aa of Massachusetts The en- .0n:o wita an 'ncreage of 712.5 per senate -nn f. 1V, cent held the record tor popula- in our hour of triumph, unseen, but potent, there stood beside them the spirits of the great dead, the spirits of those who originally rescued America from the political tyran nies of the old world and dedicated and kept her free and just. "1 can not attend the ceremony of this dedication, but my heart is there, and with my fellow country men everywhere I join in great recognition of the virtues which this memorial commemorates and in reverent thanks to the God of nations that He has made it possi ble for us in this day to show the world that America is still baptized with a spirit of her founders and builders." President Wilson reviewed a par ade of soldiers, sailors, marines and veterans of the Civil, Spanish American and world war which pre ceded the dedication. The president was seated on the south portico of the White bouse as simply doesn't waive any that may be derived. It holds things in status quo until a settlement with Germany." "I fail to find anything in the distinction," Senator Pomerene replied. BLUE AND GRAY MEET AGAIN IN SENATE BATTLE and mockingly lifted his hat to the high officials of the New York po lice force. Fearing he would be recognized. Miss Brice pulled her husband down into his seat and thereby ing the Lowden eight for seats. jeaminainig one pateiii oojecuo.i , L. W. Henry, secretary of the! luc .-!.., -uum " KM-ape Is Reported. secretary of the r , l"c ""- Vera Cruz, May 15. (By The As- convection committee, has arrang-j raisea. nameiy mat me resolution g(((.iated fress.) President Car ed for only 9S4 seats for delegates, j 18 effort to force the hand of the , ranza wh(J has beWJ figuting a Krira and a similar number for alterna-! executive in negotiations with a.:)aul aEa;ngt revolutionary forces some of the police, misinterpreting j lives, ana no more can oe seaicu, 1 o .... ...LUUUi..UB ( near Sa jjarPOg ror (jie jaat fivei the scene, concluded it must be a ihe said today. Only enough badges j legislative stipulations bearing upon . davs has escaped capture, at least; tight that was being staged before 1 will be provided for the delegates their eyes. They started toward tae provided lor by me caiL Washington, May 15. Sectional strife of Civil war days was reviv ed briefly in the house today dur ing a speech by Representative Up shaw. Democrat, Georgia, protest ing azainst the elimination of the the pageant passed soon after be- j names of confederate generals from ginning the four-mile march to the the roster of fame in the memo cemeterv. Lieutenant General Xel-'rial amphitheatre at Arlington, ded- son A. Miles (retired), led the procession. eniiment and ai fnrrm,n ,tion growth. Richmond. Ky.. 5,622: or 5.3 per cent. Waltham, Mass., 30 S31, or 11.0 per cent. Pa., 2O.2S0; increase increase Ct-aver Falls. Pa., 12.S02; increase was ongressmen an4 t- - r - : Ba . ..t: ... :aa r , 2s but a a'HBi in anieuauieiii, : ... 10 ome peculiar custom ""low their fk,;,.. r I'unmore. ta. zu. nch ani v,l7 ""s,",""u 2,633. or 15 per cent. CS S over to the f-arbondaie. Pa., 18,640; increase .! ?..Co.nPS!,man Slemp when it , B0.r r 9 ' - nt - I U tl M n That K 1 1 . . v , 1 --- "W tk. " .7" . "K un : Beaver Falls. Ps tkl. ,,h Vor ,lid' lD Tiew cf n. or 5 per cent. tier frT,,, ,OEP-' aT.id fur-1 Westchester. Pa., 11.T17; de 0i tmAn' 0 TOted ,0 ca3t OHt i crease 50, or 0.4 per cent, tills r ,.nL As ,be resuU ofi Old Forge, Pa., 12,237; increase action all hope to save the ar- .913. or 8.1 per cent. Jtact a lost. j Dickson City, Pa., 11,049; in fold Storaee" Plants. j crease 1.71S, or 18.4 per cenL, a further result the harness! Olypnant, Pa., 10.23S; increase '"Wrtment and poniJa of the ' l rii- OT 2S 'er cent rjiry and equipment depart-! aadotte, Mich., 12.8il; m- Jful So to Jefferson ville. Ind, I cr??e .4'5M LVw.f?-" ? tte machine gun p'ant at Hamtranic-, Mirh. in Ker. x. Y will come to the create 4056, or 16 per re at. 1lad for "cold1 JlihUnd M 9' !" paraosf. , crease 42.179, or 1JJ31 per cent. "kinr th:. .1.,.-,.-. ,v. : Hamtramck township. Wayne increase SULTAN THREATENS TO QUIT OVER PACT Constantinople, May 14. (By the Associated Press.) The Turkish eultain will resign his throne 'n increase ' protest against the severity of the peace treaty presented to Turkey icated today. Representative Madden, Republi can, Illinois, interrupted the speak er to ask: "Does the gentleman protest be cause the loyal American people machine, but were reassured by the three passengers and returned to the great feature of the day the annual police parade. rnreenized al ( onrts. A score of detectives were leav ing the criminal courts building when the Ainstein machine arrived there. Just to make a spectacular finish. Arnstein bad the car driven around the building several- times and then stopped under the Bridge of Sighs. Leaving the automobile, the trio entered the, building unrecognized, j An elevator operator, not a de- tective. was the first to recognize the elusive "Nickey." -Silent on Experiences. 1 By L'ailM Irese.) New York, May 14 "Niekey" Arnstein, alleged "master mind" in wholesale bond thefts from Wa;l street brokers and who surrendered to Assistant District Attorney Dooling here today, refused to dis- NO LETUP SEEN IN PEORIA CAR STRIKE BATTLE the negotiations themselves. Sena- I temporarily, according to dis- I pairueK truiu tne oaiue zone. Accompanied by 1,000 men the tor Knox, too. in the house resolution when he eliminated tne ultimatum requiring nreairipnt u heiWeri m he in the Germany to give America certain mountainous rounlrv between Pu commercial rights-this being a el)Ia and 0axaca. He left a force of matter, too, that could only be ar-1 government soldiers behind him ranged by communication between which Ktili is figlting in an effort the American executive and a for- Uo de!av parsuit of the fugitive chief e:gn government. ! executive. But the dilemma for the presi-j serious fighting probablv has oc dent. it is recognized, comes from : curred since Carranza left the tat- I tne .ract tnat nouse Democrats were j tie zone, as dispatches say prison- willing to support a resolution sim- Peoria. 111.. May 15. The second day of Peoria's street car strike ' found no indications of an early settlement. Neither the Peoria Railway company, the men or the ; city had made any movement to- i ward ending the strike, each appar-i ently playing a waiting game. There was no trouble. i "If the public utilities commis-j sion was out of business and we ; had our old franchise rights, the j street cars would be running by ! cuss his experiences of the last night," ilayor E. N. Woodruff said : t (Continued on page four). BOMB HURLED AS ERZBEilGER IS ACCLAIMED Rprlin, May 15. (By The Asso ciated Press. i An unknown .: "'o uucmpi i np mafir - IJT had the word of ?ec- coun,y- Mich- 49'2S: r7ry Baker and General Ric T 42.165. or 592 per cent -mi syuement was made in an Korse township. Wayne county, with th, delegation and I Mich- 22 !m- increase 13-513- or millee' btore Ul conference.142'8 W cenL B-ker OMarate, ' delegati, i OUINCY TRADES TO ion left Rock Island VTaXTV rtPWU RffrtPS T10" at S nvtfw t u a - iuj uiuru H. May aau a ZTrr Baker for ail hour to. J ' i noon oi tne y went into eonferenc. -ith It Quincy. III., May 15. At a meet ing here last night, which lasted . t. .k. T I T aWnw , uhdt ior an nour. It I uumc tuc iuco .uu aw. 2,rin this conference that the' assembly declared war on the "it tnat the eqaipmenta ' American Upen Shop Association.' to be stored. H art ti, i organized here earlier In the week. nade op his mind tn move and authorizd the appointment of a TfvATT . secret committee of 100 to conduct IContinaed on Pae Two.) itha fiehi ' I "had by the allied powers, according to ana jeers ana cai-caus irom me a rumor todav, which is credited in I minority section. Representative many ouarters i I'pshaw made no answer, and Rep- LATE BULLETINS j refuse to pay tribute to men who, eve months or in. cnarge oa ; " "AC UJ threw a hand grenade todav into a WTf 'uTIhem tomor-itroUing public utilities under ttgart. Asked if he had been hiding ini The. mayor late yesterday sent. Cleveland Arnstein said: : notice to H. E. Chubbuck. general "I was onlv there once, on Feb. manager, to resume service under m its iraacnise, out taere nas as yet John were traitors to -their country in its hour of need?" The question was, gTeeted with cheers from the Republican side Doom, Holland, May 15. (By the Associate- Press) Former Emperor William ar rived here from Ameroneea thN moraine'. He outwitted several joarnalislji and moving picture photographers who were wait ing at one entraace of the ex lie's new home, while the anto mobile in which be arrived slipped throorh another. Warsaw. May U. (By the Associated Press) Tie rente of the 10th bolshevik! division in a battle in the rerion of the month of the Beresina river is reported in an official com me iqne issued today. In at. tempting to escape across the Dnieper, the remaants of the division were killed or rap tured. Washington. Hay 1 A tax oa stock dividends to raise moaey for the proponed soldier relief legislation was rejected today by the Republican mem bers of the ways and means committee. The defeat came as a resalt of a tie , -. resentative Blanton, Democrat, Texas, immediately demanded that the words be stricken from the rec ord, declaring that the Republican members would not support the sentiment. The words were not stricken out and Representative I'pshaw con tinued his speech. RAIL BANDIT'S DEATH CHECKED PLOTS, BELIEF ing a meeting in favor of the can- , didacy of former Vice Chancellor and Minister of Finance Mallilas j Krzberger for the reicbstag. Sev ers have been captured by the at tacking forces. ; - tiarly Word Contradicted. New York, May 15. General Carranza and E00 men have sur rendered to the forces surround ing them in the Mexican mountains, according to word received here today by way of Nogales. This information was given out by Manuel De Ii Pena, self-styled commercial attache, in this city ot the new Liberal Mexican govern ment. He said be had received his information from Alfonso Almada of the Mexican bureau of informa nt Nogales. General Santiago also surren dered with General (arrnnza. ac cording to word 'received by dc: La Pena. Troops In command of General Flores am In possession of the ! port of Mazatlan, on the west roast. f vw.i!n- ...ictant t;a- been no evidence on the part of the person were struck by frag- i a wording to the same source of In- " ',, ' A A'AA ir,oc't; Icompanv to start the cars. ; ments and Injured, but none nor- formation. UUi OlWIUtJ I U LUUgC VI " - , - I lOliflly 8,'W" """" " A r The mini . er.lKl,l with ,l.,f rhe WeHrhr . ic-ning crash and tilWvl the hall with not at his office when Arnstein ar rived. Arnstein waited patiently. According to reports, bail had been arranged for Arnstein. Bonds men had arranged to put up $60,000. The reason given by Arnstein's friends that he did not give him self up sooner was because too high bail was demanded. cmnko Ui.ma ,.r II... Q Q ' .f.iiiviim ,' struck persons on the singe, among Partly cloudy tonight and San-! them Herr Erzherger. A wild panic day. Not much change in tempera-! ensued, ture. ' ! . Highest yesterday, 60, lowest last 1 night. 43. i Wind velocity at a. m., 3 miles HEMP SHOES WORN TO TUMBLE PRICES: i per hour. i Precipitation last 24 hours, none, j 12 m 7 p.m. ', a u-. yester. yester. today Dry bulb temp. ..55 5s 50 jWet bulb temp. . 44 4i 44 Madrid. May 14 A movement by Relative humiu. . 3S 39 i which the people would be urged to ' River stage, 7.8, no change in wear hempen sandals instead of the last II tours, leather shoes has bren initiated j By railed Pnm.) (here to compel snoe aeaiers io cut! asnington.. aiay id. weather Chicago, May 15. The slaying of, present excessive prices. J predictions for the week beginning Horace Walton, 24 years old. 'in his j Dispatches from the provinces ; Monday are: Region of great lakes, apartment here earlv yesterday I state 'the idea is spreading and j occasional rains first half; general after he had succesfuliy held up a j that lirerary, theatrical, military !ly fair thereafter; temperatures mail car of an llinois Central train ! and social clubs are subscribing i nearly normal, prevented nation-wide train holdup 'large funds in order to purchase, Upper Mississippi and lower Mis- attempts, federal authorities today; shoes at wholesate and reselling J souri valleys: Showers arly days; believed Efforts were to be made today to definitely connect Waltcn with the robbery of a Santa Fe mail car near Lexington, Mo., the night of Aprin 8. Between J1S.090 and $fi0,0O0 wan stolen. them to members at low prices , generally fair thereafter; umpera- next winter. WHEAT H.OUB LOW. Copenhagen, May 15. The stock ofwbeat flour here is low and tht Authorities de-1 government will commence the Ta rtar the Lexington and Chicago itioning of bread, aa a result of the holdups were similar. scameL's strike. lures near or slightly below normal. River forecast. A falling tendency in the Misa iseippi will prevail from below Du buque to Muscatine until heavy rains occur. J. 3L SH BRIER. Ueteorolofiat. ' '" FRANCE BEGINS EVACUATION OF RHINE SECTION P.n.LETIS. Paris. May l-(lly The An. sociaied Press.) Withdrawal of the French troops from the Frankfort and Itarmstadl re gions. It I uudenttood. has al ready been begun, although formal orders for complete eradiation of this territory have not been issaed by the trench government. The latter is awaiting the last checkings of the inter allied military commission apon the retirement of the Uermaa form from the Ruhr. The rrearh withdrawal movement began early this week and has heea proceeding grad sally, so that at present oaly a mere skeleton of the Preach eeenpatieaai form re- . MARTIAL LAW IN NO. RUSSIA AND ARCHANGEL Moscow, May 12. (By The Asso ciated Press.) A decree issned by the central executive committea. dated May 11. proclaims martial law in the provinces of central and northern Russia and ArchnxL - The provincial executive commit-, tees are given full power to pre lect railways, military sappUoa, magazines and depots and to con trol telegraphic and telephonic communication. A 24-hour work day In the sj dinlstratlva offices la decreed, and means are to be taken to t'mu'a: lhe production of war material. I'nUl the abolition of martial law. the executive committees are given the satna powers as military trib unals to secure the carrying out ut this program. Including pii Bent for d'-sobedltac. (.