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SYMPATHETIC WALKOUT .1 ifODCIDLY JO DURING DELIItlUa 1 Vs Striking Mayor CoesNot Becognize Kindred. KLAGETOTJRT TO ;DE EVACUATED BY JUGOSLAVIA Italy Will Negotiate for Complete Independence I, Of Fiwne, FIRST, Ml BY KG INKEUYdRK . Rome, "Oct. 20. JngoalaTia has proaUed to eraooUe the plebiscite district of Klscenfurt. In Cartnthla. Md u result premier Giouu wut Senator Daxes Democracy paruetpsM u neouc.oni for ths settlement of the Adrtmtlc qneetlon. Oct. 2L Official con- ame from two sources naralnc of the reports that mi Maror MacSwiney of Cork tl bien fed during a period of nn nidounets. The bulletin of the ,Ki 8l(-Delerniination league, Uai with the condition - of the1 riasjrer oa the 70th day of his' uttt strike in Brixton prison, an guesl that the prison doctors had Kttl 9at Juice into MacSwiiter's tuts soring at fit of sdelirium ,11(1 the prisoner suffered last fna th government side, It wss it the home office that the Usurer had Deen fed lMt night. fin nplained there that the Jtboa doctors were under Instruc ted to ue aay possible means to Ms itm alive, but that during con dotneis, he resisted 'attempts to Jmslitsr nourishment. , In Mf-Determinatlon league's VeMnol the feeding said that the m niror upon regaining con tkJWMM, detected the taste of the sat like, said to a slate nurse usi: j Tier rrictec ae." ; Tiff Tricked me and I didn't Kelt" i (Mora lapsing Into unconsclous- says the OlAraale dltalia. -These negotiations are expected to begin immediately and Premier Vesnitch will bead the Jugoslsvian delegation, v ; -t - . ; ,v If the Jugoslavs refuse to accept ue Italian proposals, the news- to Show Where He Has CJhangBd on League. POLITICAL POT BOILING AS END - 6F FIGHT NEARS Atmosphere ; Palpitates With Challenge, De " ntab and Claim. New York, Oct. 2J- (United PressJ The political atmosphere today was, palpital'ng with chal lenges, denials, 'claims, counter claims,' interpretations, reserva tions and statements ot lifelong Re publicans who have decided to turn Democratic and lifelong Democrats ce Tersa ' " Governor Cox has been promised Oct. 21. Making: reward by Senator Harding 3 Rochester. N. Y Oct 21 Makln!a reward bv Senator Harding if his Urat sneech of the camDai.m in j ha can noint out a single word of paper says' Italy will resume her! New York state. Senator Harding inconsistency or any indication of complete liberty of action. It is again challenged bis Democratic op- change of position in his various declared Italy will ask that the ponents here to show by his public speeches regarding the League of frontier be fixed along the creet ot utterances where fie had changed .Nations.; ' the J 11 Han Aliw thf hia nrfcltlnh "nn the lasne Of Na-i El'hu Root has received from be (Tinted Riume. which win navel tlnns since he accested the KenuDll-' uovernor . ix ana rrsumu territorial conticuitr with Italy, the "can nomination: . Restating . his Roosevelt liberty of Zara and the possession: stand, be' asserted that-he had fa-i Join the Ananias ciunior nis of several Islands along the coast. !ored consistently an international , tlon in bis speech at Carnegie nan Strategical and cultural - gnarao-i asaociatkm in the tnterest of peace. tees win aiso. oe nemanaea, u it but could not under present condi- ASK OAK TO RENDER AIDTOFM Ohairman Hirsch . Urges Warehousing and Sell ing Organisations. said. iT-iJ? '1 GARLWAKDERER RESUMES STAND Alleged Murderer Repudiates Con : fesslon Claims Coroner -Strnek Him. Chicago, Oct. 21.-Carl O. Wan derer, on trial here tor the murder of his wife end an unidentified man, resumed the stand In h own de fense today. ' ',t. ..,' ;.(..-; 1 r Wanderer yesterday repudiated a confession he was said to have k lord insyor waved , his arms maiie to Coroner HofWan and po- wauy stta enoutea: ? .: t , uce officerst declaring it was forced tTttsftaway." C,i . - from him b "third degree" I The Brixton priaoh officials con-1 methods. In his testimony, ne said. ated today to put liquid nutriment ' he was struck by the coroner and p Lord Mayor MacSwiney's mouth hrlns hit periods of delirium, it w declared in the noon bulletin Mm Irish Sell-DeterminaUon ' ft bulletin stated the" lord m remained In a delirious con M ail the morning, at times At violent ; I Tk lord mayor did not recognlio uUtm who visited hhn today. I Given Liquid Food. yii the house ot common today, (aid Shorn, the home secretary K M in answer to a question thaf Meondition of Lord Mayor Mac ay was very serious. Until terday, addel the home secre T. the doctors had given the W mayor only medicine, but yes- VdiT. dnr1n som LeAn B(nii on sass J Ots him a little liquid food. 1. Shorn was asked whether gk- meant that the doctors were ooiy feeding the lord mayor. replied that in this case ford 's feeding consisted in holding the Jl o hia lips. The swallowing, aid, was voluntary. I. Shorn said it was not true evidence had recently come to W that nourishment had been Mistered on other occasions. ; I End Is Near. Cwk, Ireland. Oct. 21. A tele- ncelverl hoTA tnriav hv Sotlord Mayor MacSwiney vs, irom the latter's sister. Cork to pray for speedy I later telegram to the same rr him to come immedi .Wuthe end was near. : . i . AAL HALTS LEAGUE COUNCIL beaten by Jail officials. Wanderer is charged with mur dering his Wife -and the "ragged tiona frame a definite and specific plan. ,'; .'- : - : "I am not that kind of a candi date," he continued. "It is easy enough for a candidate, who is go ing to lose to say almost anything about the League of Nations or. any future plans for America. It-'- "The Democratic forces have par amounted the solemn referendum of .dieting c Harding landslide greater our foreign relations, and wo have j than that' of Roosevelt in 1904. gladly accepted, but that doe not He gives the Domocrats only the blind us to the fact that it is de- "solid south," claiming the Repub signed to divert attention from the lieaiis will carry every state wesf unhappy failure of domestic admin- of tbe Mississippi with the excep UtraUon. The great and eolemn Oon of UwisUna, JexaS 'MdLrkan referendum will not make the ' He even predicts the pOssibll- Washlngton, Oct' 21. Bankers can and should aid farmers by as sisting In the establishment of co operative warehousing and selling organisations. Chairman Joseph Hirsch, ot the agricultural com- ii ! mission of the American Bankers' A- WW. . ...Aiil.llAii in' nir In nra. a cordial lnviution to ""t" " . sion to the convention. "Many cf us have been fearful ot entering the field ot marketing because In doing this we have been afraid we would come in conflict with our own customers, the mid dlemen who sre buying the farmers' product," the report said. "But it la high time for the bankers or tne country ' to realize that a more economical method of distributing our food' products is absolutely es sential to the success of American agriculture; that unless farmers can produce and sell their crops with Some reasonable assurance of PRINCEPAULTO TAKE THRONE IF SICK KING DIES Alexander of Greece Much " Worse Keen Interest ":,;;' in Succession. Athens. Oct. It Keen interest in the question of succession to the Greek throne, should King Alexander's illness terminate fa tally, is being taken by the people, although nothing Tellable relative tl ' the subject Is ae yet known. The throne wilt ' undoubtedly - be offered to Prince Paul, King Alex ander's youngest brother,, but it is almost a foregone conclusion that the conditions accompanying the offer will render is unacceptable. Iq case of his refusal, it may be offered to some foreign-born princ. and if he declines, the situation ORDERED FOR KM? OF SUNDAY OCTO BEH31 THREE ROBBERS LOOT NEW YORK CENTRAL TRAIN Tuesday night that Mr. Cox ae dared that he will "tnrst upon the treaty lust, as Mr. WUson nego tiated it" tt was confidently ex pected today that Root would re ject the invitation. " " Predicts 6.0. P. Sneeess. ' ; Chairman Hays, of the Republican national committee, returned from a week's series of conferences at Chicago with western leaders, pre- American people forget the tragic mismanagement of their own ; af fairs, because they have long since passed judgment on our. foreign re latione. - Z'h. y- Tlrlee- Eejeetei: ; : v' rSnrely the America, people can not take seriously the .Democratic 'insistence that-the Paris covenant shall still bo considered,- as plat form and candidate.'insist, for ac ceptance as it standi: Such rejec tion has-been twice, records. I stranger.", who authorities believe jy, repeatedly spoken such ro- if mo iuiw iw np w ity of the Democrats losing. Tennes see and North Carolina. White EeBallj Confident. I to stlge a "fake" holdup froiB iv'uS Splo SffisnSerg in order have an opportunity murder and divert suspicion from j u i b'eevW attempting U ex him. Bis lawyers offer a plea of preM tbe purpose of the American insanity. JjCorl EXPRESS CLERK FOILS BANDITS people before being clothe with authority to consult them;, if I de sired to dietote to foreign nations, It woulde possible for me to sug gest a new league, and say to the Chicago, ridicules Hays' predictions, comparing, then -with similar fore casts made by Chf rmn Wilcoc, who ran the Bngnes campaign m A few' days ago the Ptoocrats published a list of a hundred prom inent - Independents who had de cided to vote for. Cox. Next day with a clergymen who had Aligned themselves with Hard ing. . Then - the : Democrats - came back with a list of leading women who had ; Jomed in an appeal to the womanhood of America to sup port the Democratic standard bear ers. Almost daily the publicity de nartments of the two national com- mltees ere handing out Interviews Stage Hold Up in ' East Buffalo Yards ; Bandits ; Wound Trainman. Workers Send Ultimatum to Premier in Behalf; cf Miners. Buffalo. N. Y, Oct 21. (United Press.) Three robbers,' firing re volvers into the air, robbed passen gers on New York Central passen ger train No.-15 In the East Buffalo yards early todav. Georse Sinclair. 2aS.?J!?ISf-b3r the ?roclamati0n! Geneva. Ohio, a trainman,: was shot and wounded. . ot the republic. ( . -.- Much .Worse. -' ' : y. London, Oct. 21. (United Press.) King Alexander Of Greece was worse at 6 o'clock last night with a temperature of 104, the Greek legation here announced today. London. Oct. zl. (rite Press.) Orders have bte is-, surd for British railway men strike Sunday at midnight b sympathy with coal miners. I adir tbeMrders sent out to day railway men throat-hoot the l otted Kingdom will walk out Snaday at midnight nmess epeoJae InstnctJeas to the c 'Btrary are issued in ' the meantime. riUmatom to Premier. " FAMOUS DANCER Announcement of the strike order The train was standing in the followed' the statement, -of J. H. yards when the bandits jumped on Thomas, secretary of the railway the platform of the last Pullman workers and a member of parlla- coach. Sinclair tried to bar their ment, that an' ultimatum will be waj. They fired at him. He fell erved on Premier. Lloyd' George wounded. .today. - Entering the coach the bandits T ultimatum wi!I demand tm- fired several shot intn rnnf. mediaU granting of the miners' awakening passengers who were still In their berths. The passen- "e"umuon" ln a?,mn igers were marched to one end ofi" vuv r.e i wage demands or reopening of negotiations with the alternative of i .1.. .i - .u . ;! jwh vrunra. them with revolvers while the third rn"fn e" n.e,S L ,.?f a .? I man searched clothing and looked " '.n h. h.,in,h.1 under pillows, for money and !Jf8ue.w'11 bli,etwe!nJh! Ann Pennington Claims 01d MaMs I ,t,.i ,h v.u' c!"88es," Secreury Robert Williama .lirtZ xZlZ .-a or transport workers, said to- avrsix.Tj i vmvu uim f sa ista t&V Are Responsible for, Sudlty of the Sage. V ChalrmaB,WJilto of the Democratic Urodoxe to meet national committee; who- Teturhoffrt- r-fcrftri. iseij today front a sWnar coluer!BCTTTliiner needs your help in this a fair profit there win oe an in- .'nTsSS.To'X c, """" Chicago. Oct 2L-(UnitedPress) kin.J i T.tiM r. Who, of all theatre patrons. love ourselves. The federal reserve syis- j best to see a shapely calf, a perfect tern I a cooperative enterprise. In J knee, a trim' atrklo to say nothing like manner cooperation - among 'of a ripplingly curved feminine farmers n apportioning what they back covered with nothing more Stanley Depka. brothers. They were ; wniiams made the statement tol Uken to the train coach and identi-i,owln ,tne mornln .tioa o( fied by the passengers, the police said. the demands of aecoacmicsUy sound. nations of tbe earth, and to my na tive countrymen: .'Take ; this ori with -proselytes of more or leas dis notning.' But I am not that kind of junction. . , , . . a candidate. No man in poBl- senator Hiram Jobnson baa start tion. with any conscience vbaterer, t hia invasion of the east with a nMm v ntr tim Aver km Hoor'01" ny sense of his responslbUltles. ttrong appet' to anU-league citl Heids mn Ot! Jrver Am Hour could tbeilirroBtery or the lack; im, uo voto for Harding. at flues, jucab w uuu iiuei ol gtatemanship which would al ia Hand. low njm to present a plant, which " " 1 ' might have to be revised becanse of Chicago. Oct 21.-Gustave Meek-' the.happenlngs in aPj flow of erman. express clfrk. - prevented j fvenU. or because tjw i opto three men tronvcarrying out an at-! on of American had not been con tempt to robTne express ear ot,ltd sufncientljr., . . , r, trate No. W, the . Delrolt-CWcago trust that it wUl not be lm flyer of the Michigan Central rail-. proper for us to consider a-hypo-road Ute yesterday. . . ' theUcal auesUon 0 - The men boarded thei train at try would find itself in regard to Nllea, Mich., and beat down part of , the League ot Nations, even if , my the car entrance with ah iron bar. ) opponent were .elected. The very Meekerman -' wounded ' one of the ; latest comer In politics .knows very men in tbe hand which was group-well that it is numerically impossi ing for the spring lock. .He braced ble for my opponent to . obtain, packing cases against the door and whether from hla .party or., from exhausted his ammunition and held ' mine, enough votes, in the senste to the men off for more than an hour. - make good bis program or even re work because you can supply him with that essential which he chiefly lacks a knowledge of business or ganization and business method." . The report urged bankers to sup port appropriations for larger pay to experts employed by the depart ment of agriculture, and suggested that state conferences of bankers ; ble5S .em - ana tanners De neia, to enust co operation in agricultural develop ments. . . Discuss MeFadden Bill. becleudingrthan scant cash of powder I- - - m . . All who answered "the men ' may go to the foot of the class, upon the word of Ann Pennington, fa mous dancer, and expert, on dim pled knees, etc. ' ' J She's goi 'em herself and knows. "No, no," said Miss Pennington today, ' in an Interview ' with the (United Press. "It's the women, COURT INDICTS ARf.lOUR'&GOi transport workers' delegates. Hs is recognized as one of the radical leaders. ; The attitude ot the transport workers was more belligerent than that of railway workers who ad- , ' Journed a morning meeting without . a rlrf.lm. T7nH ....... b..vu - - bbiu m pin aroiamg a vote on tne question -or a sympathetic strike until every chance of a settlement -.?:" j bd been exhausted. Falltfro of the Proflteerihs; and TloUtloa of Lever: government and miners to agree Act Charred, Against Packers.: wilf mean a strike, it was said. Williams' statement was taken to mean his organization was in clined to force action. He did not New York. Oct. 21. A federal ia-1 ay whether he had assurances dictment containing 127 counts wa3 ' other labor bodies would follow in returned here today against Ar- a aivision, the government and the Chicago packers, and "Don't blame the men the poor old baldheads for the increasing mour & Co., nudity on- the stage. The women , various officers of the csucern, insist on it The skinny old maid I charging profiteering in .violation The MeFadden . bill proposing a loves to go to the theatre and see of the Lever act. ... x : j..- ..j , luntifnt ia. anri enft hil. irmi Individuals indicted were: J. U VII KUIU URVU IU lUUUnilJ a UU I fvnu w. u. ww " " I ' " : j rtk tn ho nM in turn in the and wonderful backs. ' Ogden Armour, president of tbeiay- mlninc comnaniea ro stimulate nro- "She sits there and dreams she 'company; S. Edson Wh te, vice workers classes. Aside from the meetings of the two unions allied with the miners in the triple alliance, there were few developments In the strike to- I AMisik The three then escaped in the Michigan City yard. Jewelry and merchandise, valued at $25,000 was on the train which waa heading for Chicago; of Defender of Liege "Mrs Session W Hold ,v ; Recess. ' . ; ' ;:' Oct SI Tnilav'a ' u council of the League of 'does tiu v"'pmui .Ula afternonn ktMiu nf rJ hneral of General Le- n-j-SMd. ' essons pf the coun-kea?y- he quesUon of Ar 5 M4 means tor arranging to ViuLr ''sbts of minorities tn IJrntorles that have changed SS10 under . the ieice w.ere the principal topics The Polish-Uthuanian jJJJon the program for later Ua!?jEKD 8CHEDIXES. 1 ; jjslules providing passenger W 2? st ts. Peoria and lv-twiant Illinois points, to " S.MJ California destinations, W.T. wleans, in accord wttH -i.M fares from Chicago to the 2!lon8 via New Orleans, 2nd1 y the Inter. ' w5 coBusUssion. until motcly approach success in making good his piiram...-v --.V ? ":-: - Chaos I Homo Affairs.-: . " "How it Is possible to take seri ously then this frantic effort to di wmrt nnr attention from that chaos PHOXE CAULS OHLY CLUE. ; j u onr homo attain into which the Camden, N. i, Oct 21. Mysteri- j Democratic expertsaant has led ua! ous telephone calls received by the i lt h.: hen my ty, therefre,to authorities from an unknown source present'' a consttoctlve program form the only nevr oeveiopment m WBiCB in put ur house-in order. the attempts at a sutonrias t9nt Rmbllcan party and America, the manner in which David S. Paul. a, n idealism, wblch llmitt ItaeU Camden bank runner, met his deatn. to wtBaom an poosibUlty, looks for- urn hui . r-- .were in me xuiuro wiiu DltS DI iniOTBiauoa wnicu. Bpuu w- veitigation, proved true in several cases. ' - Prosecutor Wolverton declared today that no tangible evidence bad yet boon uncovered. ', MORE MYSTERY IN DENTON CASE Mrs. ' Peotesdiatftii Statement Tbat Woman's friends Slew; , .'.;:; : Broker.",'-.. 1 TIIE IVEATIIER i taitn." . ' So Befereneo Te Lost-- On Board Goveraor CooUdie's Special Train, . Oct. 21-Governor Coolidie, .' referring v to :.;' .jscint charges that as tho RepubHeas presioeM: no- ma didst tor vice chanced bid poeition on tssj4aa. oi Nations Issue, denied b i stOr nient today that he hod endoreod the league in an addroo of r-l come to President Wilton; sns-- i. mmmm IMS MHMtih tkai. Saw Fair tonlnbt and orobably Prloay. tm r. Mr Wilson from bis first Continued mild temperature. High- j lrjp to Europe. - est yeeterdar 77 ; lowest .taw, -Kothlng has ever been tSW or night. 64. - ' " done by m.r said Mr Coolldgo to- Wlnd velooity at ? a. m. two mUes ... mC0nslstent with tbat wel per hour. : . ' come which the proprieties rcwulrad -.rrectpiiMHn. .-, , - which Majsacaraaoos waa ptoas- , -r "iJSJf; du. edto iw toU4laW exeivo;ot t"-'" .T. :the natiOsv o rororesios w Los Angele. Calif., Oct 21. (By United Press.) The murder of Ja cob C. Denton, wealthy -mine bro ker, wss enveloped In .further mys tery today by repudiation by Mrs. R. C. Peete of on alleged statement that Denton was slain by friends of "a Spanish woman," following a.owsirrel. ;;v - '"r. The statement attributed to Mrs. Peete said Denton was choked to death, bis bodyVhiddon away tn cellar room ot his home here and tbowoom oealed irRb, cement The body was found several weeks acrs.- Poste. sn old Mead oMfcn toi's.-'was jald to have reoodiated tb allMed statement In iBifov enc vrltk eputle from, tne 'dls- ;rlet attorneys -otace, a, f ; if - I Mrs. Pent; it was learned, claim ed the anobtiag n the alleged statement, was inferrod by the do- tecttto wtta- whom she talkod. .. - .vrno i.eoronersiVonrgeoo.-iWM w continue today an examinatton of Denton's body. M.-ft V today .before the American Bankers' asaoclauon. :" -: A speeial committee appointed by the' association to study the mess- jure submitted a report vigorously a basic element of the gold stand ard," while Representative MeFad den, author of the bill, defended the proposed law,, declaring that the addition of new gold to the na tion's reserve would assist defla tion and stimulate a healtfiy return to normal..-. . , t A motion that Mr. McFadden's remarks' be' received with thanks and filed with the reports of the convention, w defeated. ; rne special committee, in its re port,' .contended that gold miners were only one of the many indus trial .sufferers from the war and might well look forward to a return of an Industrial situation ' which would more than compensate for their present stringency. Average Cost Increased. Mr. MeFadden declared that the average cost of raw materials in all industries during the war per iod bad increased 112 per cent while the users of gold in the in dustries continued to obtain their raw material at the pre-war price fixed by the government This, the speaker added, made gold unique in that It was the only material which was prevenrea by the government from being influ enced by tbe natural law of supply and demand. Mr. MeFadden . denied the com mittee'! contention that the pro posed bill was a blow at the gold stanaara, maintaining tbat its en actment would be accepted abroad as - evidence of the determination ot the United States to strengthen its goia reserve.- s ...:.,; Expect Peefslfwi Toduv ductlon was attaekeland defended has got them herself, and is as ! president; Herbert H. Philips, man- decision on tne question whether happy as a kitten Wltn a pan OI ager oi iue aressea ceei uepariiuBMi """" vuiun ui nuuway cream. 1 in Chicago; Arthur H. Van Pelt, Transport workers' union would "The fat lady dates on seeing a .New York . district superintendent i. Join in the strike of miners, which little girl floating around the stage I Charles N.; Meyer, and Will A. , began last Saturday, was expected in a yard of chiffon. She sees her- I Metsche. - . : , j meetings of tlie two organlza- self doing the same thing. The indictment, returned after an . tions hero today. "I know this because I always extended Inquiry, conducted by a j Conferences of the executive ofll get more applause at a matinee representative of the attorney gen-, cers of the two unions were held than I do at an evening perform- eral's office, charged the defend- yesterday and the situation wa3 re ance." ., .-. ants with selling different lots, cf viewed, but nothing definite was Miss Pennington Is amply back-JNew Zealand lamb, costing 18.45 4 done, it being decided to wait anotb ed by "La Sylphe," an oriental'-eents per pound, for 25 to 26 cents, er day before taking sides in tbe in- daneer who- wears. In her own ine anegea pr.c wc.c u. words, "an excuse for. a couple of i onrewKiiMMiw, straps. A man likes a. shapely leg leg. not limb," she testified. "But he don't care for It for its own sake. He wants to see you. do something with it Pep. that's his dish. . . "But a woman, to be contented, must look at a beautiful .shape mostly in the nude subconsciously in order to consider her own." VOTE AGAINST PROHIBITION Vancouver In Plebiscite Bepadiates - "Dry"; Law Favors' Govern - . meat Control...' f - :-' SLIPPER PRINT ! SUPPLIES CLUE PgSa k AK mifriA r si oi'' r iiui ki f v lLSoUilUriiLIIO I.' LEAVE TICKERS Druy bolb temp. ..75 s JJ . iai'of--Jationa. - Jioboo WetbrtDjeaip...... , .,lkw WtbaltlM tho Relatlvo auld. ..II .11 ?V rf NaUcM wtampmtod." River stage. z- l" ." ;: ii : ., , JPOLABO STsUKE. wTraavKr Oct XLA' . .. - aa.fca taa MotSdbonra. . . ' .Uw'.'Fsk-te, A falling ndepop la the Odcago, Oct 2t (TJnltod Prei) forty Postal'- telegraphers . wefr on strike- hero today, following the aboiiakmooc or Wt coaiay of the doom -eyena roe Tho ttlcsrapkers- meUkod. out tn sympathy wttk two other who re fWd to work, -bader tko ow ays- tonvv AboHaiiaMot.of tk eyitsss. operators -sold. ions n pajnor six a sssata. LITTLE JOAN IS AMERICAN DORN Fareats Travel From Uragaay to Oataaa to Aat'rfpate Tlstt of Stork, ' .Omaha, Neb., Oct 21. Fearing to leave any question as to the citi teashlp oi their expected child, Mr. and Mrs- Cmytoa: Byam came to Omaha from. Montevldio. Uruguay, and little Joan eyea la na American dustrial controversy. Should the railway men 'and transport workers call a strike, a critical phase of the dispute be tween labor and the government would immediately ensue, it Is be- jiievea. rne ministry or labor has eeu exerting us utmost eilorta 13 prevent sutn a step. . Propose "Lightning Strike." The London correspondents of botb the Manchester Guard an and San Francisco, Oct 21, (United . the Sheffield Daily Telegranh. state Prese.) The print of a woman's 'in. their dispatches they were In slipper in the sands of the ocean! formed that afytsterday's meeting beach near the San Muteo county of the delegates ot the National line was the only clue detectives. Union . of Railway men, Socretary ,J L. Ih .K a- T-U . ... i . . . . I cuuiu wvra. uu v.-. i ui,uiiia waa ueie.iea in nis ngni ion 10 mm iuo incnum . hkiubi a ya.piuieiic sirme. ne by the finding ot the body of a 'succeeded, however, in getting an man, with a bullet hole in the head, 'adjournment of the meeting until lying dead on the beach. , ' today.- - - . ,Tbe scene revealed the tracks of j Unless the negotiations srevreo? a man and a woman, walking about ened, these accounts - declare, 'tne two feet apart, leading from tbe section of the railway men .which nearby, cliff to within 30 feet of tbe ! gained control of the organisation water's edge., " There the trackp i will -propose a "lightning" stride merged Into a tangle' ot footprints begina:ng at midnight tonight- : . Cannot Coal at Peits. - Madrid, Oct '23. Official nolifj- Vancotrver. B. C. Oct' 2i. Renn- diation of the' British Columbian which showed plainly there had prohibition law, Indicated by tbe been a i struggle. Then the man's 15.000 majority already recorded tracks fed down to the water s edge from "'yesterday's plebiscite, today , h, .h. woman's' were lost orougat , government omciais to, pict believe the man was uiiuwuniw ow" , hy the WOmOn. Mill v. ,u.u wr .uui.uio.oj m.. The' vote was on the preference between prohibition and n act to provide for government control and sale in sealed packages of spiritu ous and malted liquors." - Officials here believed today that the. vote would' result In a gener ous policy in the dispensation of liquor, not in open saloons, but in government 'stores.'' Under the prohibition aet. only eight oances J could oe purenssea. physician's eertlficote. killed SEVERAL LIVES LOSTIN OLAZE cation has Seen sent to the Spantaa t government from London that until further orders no vessels will be permitted to coal at English ports unless . engaged in indispensible trade. - . . . . ' ; RECEPTION TO ASDAS8ADOR. ' Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Oct 2,. Former Premier Orlando of Italy, jwho. was recently appo'.ntei-am-j bassador extraordinary to Brazil, ; ". - 1 ' ;'.;.. ','5 arfived here today. Before landing v :-''. the was transferred to the Italian Los Auicles. Oct :21. United criliMr Roma, where he waa ivj be purehased. even with a Press). several -persons- were pe-; a reception by members ot the Jtal Uered to have been burned IQ death in a nr vhkh aartislly destroyed a t-story nnuoing in ue ousiaess n inn -mai.mriT, Vienna. Oct 20. Loaders of the ! district hero todsy. ian colony. Olscnss Packet Post. - - -.- ' Madrid. Oct. 21. Delegates at tie l,5ui( i. fmaa below Dni OianaOT. . swww mm- iwaif tmm paj,rrwpawfo-- . rmwnm recanaa siBPi will eowUnme rrosa ooiow r" , u ik h mm m.hmw . t th : tr anw .1 I: . l 1 PsalF. aeknar. in'oraatiaBal'ee- j yeaterday. :av.lrrta Pi Wewsk wlWak - -- - , l& M5 . ,r Christlaa soCaBst party, which whs ' Tho body of Miss L. A. Hepburn; 1 international postal union held hero victorious ia the parliamentary, bookkeeper, was recovered from j began- today the discuss oa of tat elections held last Sanday. are con-i the burning building.'- packet peat,, With the Idea ot ea- fldent they will be able to Induce) Several other employee of whole-icouragwg the establishment 'ot-3-the mwe conservative elemetU of; sale firms are missing, according .to I general system for sending mer- ontevldlOk Uruguay. ' toe oppoaii- w fwiuu.i'i"'. . . t . t aunuin, paymsio upon . aivory, - first blinked he j sj-Twrnsnent tn'-vfew f fee gravel ' The fire originated from defective 'through the malls, Tbe systsjsa ex-, Moan bnanltat here . InterBal sitaatiosfc of, the country, wiring-. It spread Vapidly, causing 'sto In a ncmbesvof countries, bat Byam is manager df the DrOtto Bauor. leader of the social a property, toss estimated at $200.-j there Is some betlttden to adot apany paant in apnocraw. nam HnotBtw nis. par-. vuo. 'any wcarea were - severely . tne fiian on ttstoart of other. ; ipaassd ala wife ty will not participate I the new . burned escaping IbeHames One of j Argements. tor and agsinU tk. to dla ' ; plan wore not finished tod. - Igovwrnment. tho tpjurod was. expected '