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LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM ished in the Best TJwn in the Best Part of the Best State. BOOST Remember that Satan Stayed in Heaven Until He Began to Knock His Home Town LAKELAND, FLA., SATURDAY-1 APRIL 17, 1920 No. 153 PE FOR EMILY SETTLEMENT e lost noon TODAY WHEN OUT fllHD STRIKE LOST ION I UNION REITERATED FORMER HHPS I mim ISPORTATi TIE-UP, HOWEVER IS IMPROVING OH WASHINGTON TO BOSTON EN ARE RETURNING TO WORK ORDERS OF' STRIKE LEAD RS (By Associated Press-) Chicago, April 17. Hope tor me mediate settlement of the railroad tike here was apparently definitely Lt at noon when officers of the out- fa union reiterated their original inlands and added new ones to the I wV 1 1 . ! .. 1st. The strikers are uuiums a eeting this afternoon. (By Associated Press ) The speedy termination of the ansnortation tie-up by the unauthor- ied strikes of railroad employes scmed assured today Switchmen, ardmen and other employes of the ennsylvania, Reading, and the Bal imore & Ohio rtturned to work under rdcrs from their strike leades, in the istrict from Washington to Boston. Men are returning rapidly also in the Kew York district. Reports from all Iections of the country indicated that swine back to work is gaining rap idly. This reflected both in Increased Lmmint nf traffic handled and the loss hi enthusiasm for the strike apparent In the attitude of many strikers. Hearst Allowed to Maintain Suit (By Associated Press) Washington,1 April 17. The Ship ping Board's motion to dismiss Wil liam Randolph Hearst's suit for an ir.junction to prevent the sale of for mer German steamers was overruled by the District Supreme Court which sustained Hearst's right asa taxpay er to maintain the suit. The Shipping Board probably will appeal. REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA OPENS AND DELIGHTS ALL; 1. RAINEY DENNETT SPEAKS TOMORROW. AFTERNOON AT1THE BI6 TENT CONGRESSMAN DRAKE IKES PROTEST OH EXCESSIVE RATES OLCOTT SINGERS PLEASED MUSIC LOVERS WITH THEIR FINE MUSICAL PROGRAM LAST NIGH I AND YESTERDAY AFTERNOON KRYL'S BIG BAND WILL PERFORM HERE MONDAY This Great Band One of Finest in the United State and Should Be Heard by all Music Lovers Washington April 17. Congress man Drane has filed a protest with the U. S. Shipping Board against the proposed fixing of vessel and freight rates on phosphate rock at a rate of 1n11n.a m rvi-n nor trtn f mm WAqt coast ports than irom east coast pons. As a result of the quick action by Representative Drane, no definite ac tion has as yet been taken by the Shipping .Board. A conference wil! be held in Washington next Thurs day and Friday of the Shipping Board at which conference representatives of the phosphate industry on the west coast have been invited. It is hoped a favorable solution of this problem will be reached at this meeting. WILL PREACH TODAY'S ANNIVERSARIES 11696-Marquise de Sevigne, famous French letter writer, died. Born in Paris, Feb. 6, 1626. 1790 Benjamin Franklin died( in Philadelphia. Born in Boston, Jan. 17, 1706." ' 1813 Susan Fenimore Cooper, autn- or and philanthropist, daughter of James Fenimore Cooper, born at Scarsdale, N. Y. Died at Coopertown, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1894. 1820 The trial of the Cato Street Conspirators was begun in London. 1878-Beginning of great strike of 15,- 000 cotton operatives in Lanca 1890 Brazile suppressed religious in structions in th epublic schools. 1895 A squadron of warship was des ignated to represent the Lni- ted Statese.at the opening or the Baltic Ship Canal. 1918 ntrectnr finneral of Railroads took over the operation of th Erie Canal. IN OVERALLS IF HE FIND A PAR TODAY'S EVENT Today is the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mahlon Dickerson, gov ernor of New Jersey and Secretary of Navy under Jackson' and Van Buren. General John J. Pershing has ac cepted an Invitation to speak today before the Young Men's Christian Association of Providence, R. I. The Massachdesetts State conven tion of the United Spanish War Vet- terans will assemble at Fitchburg to day and continue in session until Tuesday. In Wachinon n r. . t ill take Place the marriage today of Miss Ma rie Christie, daughter of Mrs. Pierre Christie Stevens of that city, and Frederick" C. Hicks, representative in Congress of the First New York dis trict. Irvine L Lenroot. United States Senator from Wisconsin, is to be the Princinal sneaker at a dinner to be Siven in Boston tonight by the Swed ish-American Republican Club ot Mas sachusetts, v Today is the date set for a hearing in the Federal court' la San Francisco of Jark nomnaWr the champion heavyweight pugilist, aadis , man ner, Jack Kearts, both otf whom are charged with conspiracy to' avoid the draft. -c. 1- ':: i'--'i1t"-y r (By Associated Press.) Pm-thmouth. Va., April 17. Rev. Denton, pastor Elm Avenue Methodist church, has announced that ne win preach in overalls tomorrow if be can obtain a pair. 3 Burned to Death (By Associated Press) Port Clinton, Ohio, April 17-Three men we&e burned to death, and two seriously burned, in a fire in Matthews boat Plant here today. The meajvere visiting yachtmen who were asleep in the boat house. Ordered Back to Work (Bv Associated Press ) Pittsburg. Kan., April 17. -Judge r,,rron ordered Alexander Howat and other miners' officials, to order back to work mines who have been mie ir week H eordered the union officials to take this action or show cause on April 27. nJiin. April 17.-Financ1al and economic collapse confronts Germany within a year ?f the people don t real ize the situation of the. Cduntry and ... ih.ir methods of living. Treas ury Minister Wirth decked before the National Assembly. SWFORD IN MIDST OF BIG CF.LEBT "HARVEST" Sanford, April 17.-This city, the enly rival of Kalamazoo in the ship ment of celery, is now in the midst . of a most successfuf "harvest.- the ..i-uf f the shinning tide having been reached sbout the first of the month, when the shipment ran close o 250 cars per week. Prices are ex ira good, ranging from J2.50 to $2 7o per crate, the loadage neing ... . r The average price of cei- ery the past two seasons has been about $2.25 per crate. The delta iand upon which this crop is raised now brings around a thousand dollars per acre. The rat mr of celery began here following the Sarte on. February 8. 1895 and was due ta necessity rather than fore sight, but it has grown into one of the largest matket rops of 1M state. In spite of the inclemency of the weather, an audience of rnrit was highly pleased with the opening num bers of the Chautauqua program. The Olcott LightOpera Singers, in cos tumed sketch- rendered an excellent program. Miss Clara Lyons, soprano, charmed every hearer with her clear, ' lyric voice, while Genevlve Olcott, contralto, with full, well modulated tone, gave rich depth to the music. Mr. Wall, tenor, has a rare tenor voice which, in spite of cold and dampness, carried clear and true to the hearts of his hearers- winning especial praise in his Irish songs. Mr. Olcott, bari tone with his voice .and piano ac- companiment, completed a well bal anced quartette, highly satisfactory both to musical critics and lovers of pood music. 1 William Rainey Bennett, in his lec-, lure of- "The Man Who Can" held his audience spellbound from his first ut terance, as with gifted tongue, from bis fertile brain, he portrayed pic tures of various phases of life, show ing how all can if they but think they can. With glowlnj tribute to Roosevelt. Wilsou and others he did not fail tj condemn those who were not thinking along right lines, and upheld striking examples of lines of success through the "I can" In the social, political and feminine groups. Dramatic -In style the lessons he left with his heareri will never be forgotten. The one lament was that the rain and other duties kept many away who would have been so pleased to hear this great lecture. At the urgent request ot many who heard this gifted lecturer at the Chau tauqua last night, he has been per suaded to return for an address to a union meeting Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m., at the Chautauqua tent when those who were unable to hear him CHARG LODGED AGAINS PREMIER WILFUL MURDER E LLOYD GEORGE (By Associated Press ) Cork, April 17. Charges of wilful murder against Premier Lloyd-George were brought !n a verdict today of a jury In inquest Into the death of May or McCurtaln, assassinated 'In March. The verdict also charges Viscount French, Lord Lieut. Ireland, Ian Mc pherson, former chief secretary, and several police inspectors with murder. HEARINGS Oil Iff. WAGE DEMANDS 2,000,000 MEN TEMPORARY OFFICES OPENED 11 UNION STATION; LATER H1.VB HEADQUARTERS IN WASHINGTON last night mar have an opportunity while 'all who heard him will be de lighted to hear him again when h bpeaks on an entirely different theme, bis subject being, "Who's the Biggest Man in Town?" No admission but a silver offering will be taken. , C. Rucker Adams as superintend ent announced the Junior Chautauqua for 10 a. m. Saturday and other days at 4:45 p.m., under the big tent, un der the supervision of Miss Parsons. A musical event extraordinary will be the appearance here on the Chau tauqua of Bohumir Kryl and his great band. Bohumir Kryl is one of the world's greatest bandmasters and Is often referred to as the world's gcatest cornetist. He and his band will appear Monday afternoon and 'night and Mr. Kryl will personally 'conduct both concerts. ( ! The program will include some of 'Mr. Kryl's own compositions. Also he will appear as a cornet soloist and render a number of selections In thfi 'irlmltable manner which has estab ii:shed his enviable reputation as a cornetist. Wonderful music is produced by the Kryl band. The silvery cor ! nets ' the resonant trombones, the blasting bass horns, the thundering kettle drums, the penetrating chimes the resounding anvils, all contribute to a grand composite effect. Immense crowds have greeted Bo humlr Kryl in the greatest parks and auditoriums of New York, Los An celes. Chicago and Cincinnati, not on ly to enjoy his inspiring music," but tlso to witness his marvelous con ducting. Mr.. Kryl was a sculptor and was working on a bust of the author of ' Ben Hur wnen at we suggeauuu of John Philip Sousa he laid down the chisel for the cornet. ALLIES MAY HAVE TO SEND 300,000 MEHNT0 TURKEY (By Associated Press.) Washington, April 17. Hearing) on wage demands of two million rail road workers was begun today by the Railroad Labor Board. Vice President Doak ot the Brotherhood of Trainmen presenting the employes' case. Tem porary offices have been established at the Union Station. The Board will later establish headquarters in Chi cago. (By Associated Press.) San Remo, April 17. The Allies would be called to furnish three hun died thousand men In Turkey to In sure the execur'.on of the peace treaty, which will be considered by the Allied Council here Monday. DAYTON MAN I! Vogue Spreading (By Associated Press.) San ' Francisco, April 17. The vogue of overalls for business wear la spreading throughout the Pacific coast from California to Vancouver at a protest against the high cost of clothing. FINANCE EXPERIMENT OF TALKING TO MARS (By Associated Press.) Dayton, O., April 17. E. B. Wes; ton, local manufacturer, offers to fl nance an experiment to communicate with Mars, should the government re fuse an airship at Fort Omaha to Pro fessor Todd. Amherst Universltv plans to make at attempt Friday by wireless from an airship lfthe govern ment consents. your class 100 per cent tomorrow. 10:45 a. m. Sunday school assem ble in church auditorium for closing exercises. 11:00 a. in. Preaching services Sermon by the pastor. 6:30 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U. 7:30 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U. 8:00 p. m. Preaching service. See advertisement of subject. .. . . lAAJLAAAAJlA..AAMVjMM44e At The Churches Sunday i T All Saints Church Second Sunday after Easter. 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. 9:45' a. m. Church school. 11 a. m. Morning Prayer and ser mon. 7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer. Wm. B. CURTIS, Rector Dixieland and Myrtle Street Methodist Churches There will be two great services at these churches tomorrow. Dr. J. Edgar Wilson will preach at Dixieland at 11 a.m. Rev. C. Fred Blackburn, Presiding Elder of this district, will preach at Myrtle Street at 7:30. (Quarterly Conference at 7:30; preaching at 8.) Good music two solos. You are all cordially invited to attend these meetings . You will be a stranger only once with us. HOLMES LOGAN, Pastor. at eight o'clock. Chautauqua Tent Chautauqua tent meeting at 3 p. m Sundav. William Rainey Benneu. "Who's the Biggest Man in Town? No admission, but collection taken. Grace Lutheran Church- Tennessee avenue and Orange street, one block from postofflce Herbert C. Bell, pastor. 10 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. Morning service. , Sermon 'Tho War. thp Truth, the Lifer" Duet by Misses Nease and Anderson. ' 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Ser mon, "Matthew the Publican. ' All who have no church home in this community are cordially invited to attend the services of this church First Presbyterian Church By Lake Mirror; Rev. C. I. Stacy, Pastor. ' Sunday School at 9:45 a, m. Morning Worship at 11 a. m. Sub ject' of pastor's message: "Jude's Pro gram for the Church of today." Evening worship at eight o'clock. Subject, "Overcoming." The Christian Endeavor Societies will hold a joint meeting at seven o'clock, addressed by Mr. Little, Field Secretary of the South for the Socie ty. All. other Christian Endeavor So cieties are invited to . meet with them and hear Mr. Taylor, expialn the work ings of the Socciety. ..r.iU T'rajrermeeting , Wednesday s evening First Christian Church Corner Missouri and Lemon streets. Charles H. Trout, pastor. Bible school at 10 a. m. Every one on time. Communion service, followed by sermon by pastor, at 11 a. m. Subject for the morning: "Not So Much Revivalism, but Christianity, the Need of the Hour." Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Preaching again at 7:30 p. m. Announcement will be made totnor row as to the Wednesday evening service. A cordial Invitation and welcome to every one to all these servicesl Cumberland Presbyterian Church Corner South Florida Avenue and Lemon street. Sunday School at 9:45 o'clock. Classes of students of all ages. Young Men's Bible Class taught by Dr. W. K. Ptner. Adult Bible Class taught by Mr. N A. Rlgglns. Philateha Class for young women The morning service at 11 o'clock will be conducted by the Woman's Missionary Society. Evening Worship at 7:30 o'clock. Sermon by Dr. W. K. Plner. The Woman's Missionary Society will meet on April 26th instead of the regular date. Wednesday evening of this week there will be no prayer service. Choir practice on Friday evening. Overalls Fad Spreads (By Associated Press.) Wheatland. Pa.. April 17. TbV Overalls Club here has dlcTTed Fo fine members who fall to don the denim. Ambassador Marooned (By Associated Press.) Rome, April 17. American Am bassador Johnson is marooned some where in northern Italy as the result of a general strike. Heavy Fighting Continues (By Associated Press.) Vladivostok, April 17 Heavy fight ing between Russians and Japanese continues at Khabarovsk. The casu alties on both sides are heavy. Morente Dismissed -(By Associated Press.) Manila, April 17. Vtncent Moren te, under secretary ot commerce has been dismissed by the governor gen eral because he hadn't lived up to the standard of propriety and high-mlnn-cd care required of a government official. Refused Mexico's Request (By Associated Press) Washington, April 17. Senator Knox told the Senate he learned that the State Department refused Ifio re quest of the Carranza government to permit troops to pass through Ameri can territory against Sonora. Want V- S. Represented (By Associated Pr9e.) Washington. April 17. Italy, through the Italian ambassador, hai Invited the United States to send a representative to the Allied confer ence at San Remo. The matter has been laid before the President. Christian Science Society- Services are held in the Odd Fel lows' Hall. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Regular services 11 a. m. Wednesday evening service at 7:45. Reading room privileges ot Chris tian Science literature at the Hall on Tuesday and Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. To which all are cordially invited. First-Baptist Church Louis Entmniger, Pastof.; ;' '''".' 10:00 a. m.--Sunday '' school All classes will convene in their new class rooms. Do your paVt aid have First Methodist Chnrck Rer, J. F Bell, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m. ' At the morning hour. Rev. O. Fred Blackburn will preach. Subject at night, The Epistlo ot Cottte8y., ., "Sunday school a.I0 a. i i.T. L Hendrix, superintendent. A large ml well-organized Bible school, with IN THE DAY'S NEWS General De Goutte, who l In com mand of the French forces occupying the east, side of the Rhine, as a coun ter measure against German invasion of the Ruhr region, is one of the most able and brlllian of the young French generals. To the people ot the Uni ted States he is best known as the commander who led the American and French troops to victory at Chateau Thierry. General De Goutte made his first military reputation In the French colonial campaigns In Tunis from 1890 to 1895. ni Madagascar from 189S to 1896, in China in 1906, and in Mor rocco from 1911 to 1913. At the be ginning of the world war he held the rank of colonel. His greatest dis tinction came to him with the battle of Allette, in November. 1917, when with his Army Corps he captured sev: eral thousand prisoners, 400 cannon and machine guns, and a vast quanti ty of munitions In a few hoars. competent teachers, good music and a welcome for every one. Junior Epworth League at 3 pr m. Senior League at 6:30 . .,v . c The' quarterly conference'will meet at 3 o'clock p. m. Sunday. t These services are open to all.