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i VlLL VOLUME I NUMBER 8. THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1919. FIFTEEN CENTS A WEEK v rei i i Germany Ready le eks No Patc)hediup Peace Promise THE GREENE DAILY SUN mi nary reaty Witl I WO We tl Attack Mill and Break Stained Glass Windows of Catholic Church Research Ordered T I nnuumujun, April . me LA vv KHiiN Lti, Mass., April 7. (ByUnited Press.) A" riot! United States public health service is occurred here early today when strinking textile workers rush-!undecided whether lethargic cncepha ed the Everett Mill, hurling stones through the glass windows l!iti8' r "?leep.in kness, of the A Catholic church was also attacked and valuable stained glassjSed ls windows were broken. Over seventy shots were fired during. Up to March 29 the service was no the fighting, in which one hundred mounted and foot policemen ,tified of cases of "lethargic en participated. ! cephalitis," resulting in 14 deaths, in ' The riot act was read and Charles Cataldo was niWprf j widely separated parts of the coun- chafed with tad the rioter, Twenty-seven other strikers . ITZSlt are held. One policeman was slightly hurt. . I health on. it i, not po.ibl. to say whether these figures give a true picture of its prevalence throughout the United States. Road Proposition Was Voted Down Questin Submitted to People Not Favorable to Greene County- Citizens. Michigan Voting On Wine and Beer Rumors That Counter Revolution Has Broken Out In Budapest; Foreign Minister Bela Kun Said Assassinated BASLE, April 7. (By United Press.) Rumors are being cir culated that a counter revolution has broken out in Budapest, according to Vienna dispatches today. Foreign Minister Bela Kun is reported assassinated. Clark Calls On Congress to Aid Soldiers DETROIT, Mich, April 7. (Bv United Press.) Michigan was ballot ing today on the question of reinstat ing light wines and beer or remaining 1 !ary. At a mass meeting held at the court I Mm. .u , ftfl nnn , , house this , afternoon from 1 to 2 Lw T n ? enf,'a"" o'clock, the gaads road r.,Hn !fhl8.ed women W,U a lare Irt nr.ntaH ' v.. tu! ,n determining the questions. I rr tl , , . bOtl the Wets nnil ilrva ornorcanil ' ! ..fwi.wi j confidence in obtaining the support! Wets believe a ma jority of the women will vote in fa-1 vor of the amendment "to scve thej men from becoming whiskey drink-! ers." Drvs arcue the women am HiJ WASHINGTON, April 7. (By United Press.) President Wilson is much improved and the preliminary treaty with Ger many may be ready in two weeks, and the document will show that there is no patched up peace. The U. S. S. George Wash ington will sail from Brest on April 15th. . With this information at hand today the situation surround ing the Paris deliberations took on a brighter hue. Adminis tration leaders said that the President would be back in time to address the extra session of Congress, called nerhans a rlv as May 12th or sooner. Advance Guard of British Relief Scheduled to Sail for Murmansk On Wednesday, Then On to Archangel "EONDON, April 7.-(By United Press.) -The advance guard of the British relief expedition is scheduled to sail for -auiuwubk weanesaay, it was learned today. From there it wil proceed to Archangel at the first opportunity. Bavarian Government Considers Opposition to Comunists Hopeless; PlansLast Stand In Hamburg BERLIN, April 6 The Bavarian government, considering opposition to the communists hopeless, isJeaving Munigh, dis patches said today. It plans to make its last stand in Hamburg, .ivy uujcs norm oi Munich. f WASHINGTON, April 7. The first first and chief duty of the next congress, if it is to be genuinely re constructive, will be to provide per manent employment for discharged soldiers and war workers, Champ Clark, veteran democratic leader of the house, declared. "Beating around the bush won't do, ' was Clark's characteristic com. ment. "Congress simply has trot to deal with a serious situation in th right way or we are goins- to have bread lines or worse." lennessee legislature, - was .voted down. Ther were a larce nnrnhM-i " favnrarilo tn the ,,.,;.. j i the Women. . . - . . . v. Lupvaiuuu, ill 1 U some strong talks were made on both sides. The Vote, when taken, how ever, showed J'a substantial maioritv against the proposition. On account of this mass meeting the regular ses sion of the cojirt did not convene un til about 2:3 d p. m. Therefore the question of the connecting link be tween Green county and Hot Springs will not come up until late this afternoon, As there is consid erable work to come up before the court, it is quite likely that the ses sion will hold over until Tuesday morning. We will publish the full1 proceedings ot the court in Tuesday's issue of The daily Sun. American Peace Delegation Evolved Definite Russian Policy; Doesn't Include Recognition of Bolshevik Government guested with saloons and will vote , t , ' ,, Dy unuea rress.) The American peace against the resumption of manufac ' aeiea"" nM evolved a definite Russian policy, it was reported ture and sale of intoxicating liquor j today. It will be submitted to the other allies for ratification, in Michigan. The reported Dolicv. it was raM. A ss .o ;:i ,x p:s!cfctehtol"heviki "?- that Lenine wm observers predicted Michigan would; , ' . be 'voted wet. They base their calcu-! "' ; lations on expected heavy majorities German finVPmmpnf Ma. HJeoJ liberal centers like Detroit and " xow w cu Child War Workers Won't Go to School in other of the larger cities While the electors were also to se lect judges of the supreme court and other state, county and municipal of ficors, chief interest centered on the wine and beer amendment. Plots In Several Towns For the Establishment of a Soviet Republic General Smuts Denies Rumor That Allies Will Send Army Into Hungary BUDAPEST, April 7. (General Smilts Sl-lPfMul nlll'r, who received Foreign Minister Bela Kun in his private car, de- i me lumors mat tne allies plan to send an army into Hun- ne sam mat tne allies' course toward the Hungarian gov ernment had not been decided. The international "Red army" is being organized here Twelve, hundred volunteers well equipped, arrived from Vien "1,u 4UUXC etrxpeciea. A maximum of a thirty-six hour ween nxea lor apprentices. Thirty-seven thousand school children have been proviuej with free bath. . Tuition school fpPS ha , ill ,v ' ttu auuiiMitu, iUJ hospitals have been made public and preference is beini- civen Twenty Persons Injured and Prooertv Damage of $500,000 By Omaha Tornado OMAHA, April 7.-(By United Press.) -Twenty persons e uuxeu ana aamage estimated at a quarter of a million 7,,iU8 uone y a tornado which struck here late yesterday Cy clone cellars saved many lives. Oil Wells Valued at Millions Threatened By Fire at Ranger, Texas, Early Today RANGER, Tex., April 7. (By United Press.) -Damage es timated at $300,000.00 was done by fire which destroyed sev busmess blocks here early today and threatened oil wells val ued at millions of dollars. Dynamite was used to stop the spread of flames. Establishment of Austrian Soviet Republic By May 15th Forecast BERNE, April 7 (By United Press.) -Establishment of an Austrian soviet republic by May 15th is forecast in advices from Vienna today.. The proposed republic is being openly forecast it was reported. Information indicated that the Austrian situation is serious and the present government is reported helpless. Reinforcements Rushed to Save American Troops LONDON, April 7. American re inforcements are on the wc.y to the Murmansk front, where the situation of the British and allied troops is said to be critical. PARIS HAS NO WORD OF ARCHANGEL PERIL PARIS, April 7. There is no con firmation here of the sensational story emanating from Lond on that- American and allied tronns nn tV,n Vrchangel front are cut off hv thP bolsheviki and threatened with anni hilation, general Tasker Bliss told American newspaper men. He said British generals did not know u-Wo the report originated and what w the reason for its niihlir-.it; LONDON, March 20. (By Mail.) The problem of making premature men and women into children again is proving a hard one. When the war came boys and girls 14 years old jeft school to work. There was t eed for them in many branches of commerce and the child. ren were only too glad to evade their lessons and go out to earn 'Vnml money." Educational authorities are estab lishing special classes in order to take up the work of teaching these young people at the point where they left off four years Ago. But the toys and girls have had a taste of independence and found they could earn good wag es without much learning. They have lost all desire for scnool and it is im possible to force them to return. THE STORY OF A LONELY RICH MAN By Edgar A. Guest " A rich man who had sums of gold Discovered he was growing old Was coming to that time of life When he must quit its sordid strife And spend his few declining days In restful, less-exacting wayr,. But when he sat him down to rest He found his ease no joy possessed. The hours dragged, the days were long, Mis nights brought neither mirth nor song; And with the gold he'd fought to own He found that he must live alone. U. S. Troops To Keep Out of East Europe LONDON, April 7. President Wil son has informed other members of the American delegation to the Peace Conference that no American sol diers should be used in any trouble in Eastern or Southeastern Europe, a Central News dispatch from Paris says. Irish Republic To Have Envoys DUBLIN, March 18. (By Mail.) With a view of establishing accred- tcd envoys in foreign countries, and equipping them with the means to place the case of Ireland before the nations of the world, the Irish Re publican Party has issued an appeal to the Irish nation for the creation of a "National Self-Determination Fund," in order that "we may carry to triumph the work for which we have been elected." Professor John MacNeill, M. P.," for Derry City, founder of the Na tional Volunteers, and one of the leaders of the Sinn Fein, staled that the National Assembly will send ac credited envoys to all foreign coun tries. COPENHAGEN, April 7. (Bv United Press. 1 The' fi firman government has discovreed plots in several towns for the estab- nsnment ot a soviet republic, semi-official dispatches from Ber jlin reported today. Repressive measures are beim? taken. The Krupp works is reported idle and it has been officially instruct ed to arm themselves against emergency. President Wilson's Condition Continues To Show Improvement PARIS, April 7. President Wilson's condition confirm,! in show improvement today, but Grayson ordered him to remain in bed, despite the President's wish to attend the big four meeting. Further Units To Be Released Peace Conferees At Deadlock Clemenceau, Defending France From Huns a Year Ago, Now Would Save Her From Allies. American Wheat Is Landed At Hamburg HAMBURG, April 7. The quiet which had set in at this port after the departure of German ships for allied ports, is happily disturbed now the creaking and clanking of cranes and windlasses lifting the precious car goes of American wheat out of the holds of the West Carnifax and Lake St. Clair, the First American relief ships to arrive here. Te unusual spectacle of huge piles of sacks of wheat and flour attracting numerous sightseers to the piers, ap parently in the hope of obtaining Communist Revolution Imminent In Germany and Austria WASHINGTON, April 7. (By United Press.JA commu nist revolution is imminent in Germany and Austria, according to indirect advices reaching the state department today from Vienna. He called a trusty servant nigh Who often had gone forth to buy The things for which he wished, and said: "You long have bought my wine and bread, And bargained here in shop and store For all that I have hungered for. Now I've another task for you : Go buy for me a friend or two. I want the comradship of men . Men who will gradly cheer me when I ;im depressed, and talk with mo. Go Fll this room with comnanv." The servant left, as he was told. And talked about his master's gold. He tramped the streets both up and down, Searched the far suburbs of the town, And sought to buy a friend or two Who to a rich man would be true. But all who heard him loudly jeer ed, Refused his joffered coin and sneer ed. And this he said, when he return ed: "For once your money has 'been spurned. With all the gold you have to spend You cannot buy one faithful friend." i - WASHINGTON, April 7. Official charts covering the homeward move ment of the American Expeditionary forces show that 13 infantry and 11 artillery regiments and six machine gun battalions, all additional to the seven regular divisions comprising the army of occupation have not yet been designated for return by Gen eral Pershing. War department officials indicated today that most of these'units were being retained only temporarily and their release might be expected as the organization of the military force u'ch is finally to represent the Unit ed States in France and Germany is letermined. Divisional comhat units which have not yet been released specifically by General Pershing, follow: 8t.h division; 8th regiment infantry. .".2nd division; 57th artillery bri gade; 119th, 120th and 121st artillery regiments. Sfith division: Headquarters, 71st and 72nd infantry brigades, 141st, 142nd, 143rd and 144th regiments in fantry; 132nd and 133rd machine gun battalions. 81st division: Headquarters 161st artillery brigade; 316th , 317th and 318th machine gun battalions . 83rd division: 158th artillery bri gade; 323rd and 324th artillery rciri- ments. 88th division: 175th and 176th infantry brigades; 349th, 350th, 351st and 352nd infantry regiments; 339th machine gun battalions. 39th division: (Skeletonized): 140th and 132 artillery regiments. None of the above units appear on the department's shipment schedule which covers all convoys to June 30. The limit to which this curiosity asserted itself, however, has prompt ed the American commission in charge of food distribution to throw a strong cordon of American guards around both ships, ami only the men engaged in discharging the cargoes are permitted on the wharves. Even the workmen are subjected to scruti ny and are not permitted to leave until they have passed inspection. PARIS, April 7. The situation which four days ago was despairing has 'only worsened in the days that have elapsed, and a deadlock com plete and absolute has arrived. While the people of France and Great Brit ain and presumably of the United States, are eagerly and hopefully looking for some solution, of the great problems of the war four men are sitting in a back room under guard, with all the outward decorations of conspiracy, discussing a question about which they cannot agree and about which they are making no progress toward agreement. The Tragedy of the situation is revealed in the case of Monsieur Clemenceau. Those who have seen him most recently say that he has the appearance of a hunted tiger. Today he finds himself Hescrtpil one of his allies, fighting single-' MUNICH, Monday, April 7. A handed to save France from the fu-j further manifestation of the move ture German attack which every , ment which is spreading among many Frenchman believes will come if! of the better classes in Munich and France's allies desert her. Kxactly j other parts of Bavaria wc.s the for- sa one year aero Cleniencean fought 1 r.-.-- "uunii imt iwufi v wi uic WUI1V.11 Ul the German.-, for France and the 1 emigration" under the auspices of world, he is now trying to si'.ve ,hn f ,tv, ,..,.;..., l ranee, this time from her allies, if ',. inn nnnin ...,.,,.; not fro mher enemies. I... , , ...... ... , .. , . i ui leave uie i iuef. aim scene in ine In t Uti mnnn . U 1 1 - ... mi. iuiain,iiii Ultif llil.s U'.H'n a i .1:. .l r complete change in the situation. ' . . ! mi i i r, j states. I .'i.eauernip rassea from Wilton. The actual leadership in the Pari conference and in the "big four" has Sale of Mexican Land to Japanese Is Denied MEXICO CITY, April 7. Salva dor Gomez, chief of staff of the De partment of Agricultujre and Develop ment, officially denied tonight re ports that Japanese subjects have bought lands in Lower California. His statement was issued on behalf of the department in the absence of Pastjr Rouaix, the secretary of com merce, labor and agriculture. It reads as follows: "I can say up to the present there has been no sale of lands in Lower . , . , . , "o ueen no saie oi lands in Lower some of the coveted grain which may ir ... . , . ,n ower be snilled ' ' California to Japanese subjects; Munich Better Classes Preparing To Move Out : rural j states. j The freight houses here are over i flowing with household goods which .cannot be transported on account of near neither has the Department of De velopment authorized anything giv ing foreigners rights to large ex tensions of lands in that section. "Moreover, since our constitution prohibits the sale of national lands, this department, in accord with Pres ident Carranza, is giving special at tention to all matters referring to Lower California. Concessions of territory in the part of the republic which have been authorized, have been for a reduced number of hec tares, and to residents of various small villages of that territory, fol lowing the policy of creating small ! holdings with the object of favoring the natives." Japanese Miniiter Scout Story Baron Fugitaro Otori, Japanese minister to Mexico, tonight issued the following statement regarding the discussion over alleged attempts by Japanese interests to purchase lands in Lower Colifornia. "A tempest in a teapot has been created and I think the importance the American press has given this question s due to some political ma- ; neuver caused by the nearness of the next presidential campaign. It may be declared that there are no conces sions in Lower California that favor the interests of mv country. Onlv the town of Mexico exists a passed from President Wlson to Lloyd George. It is owing to the in tervention of the Rritish ihut the Polish solution arrived at hv ynrrt i inff a month atro hzs h..nn niii.i,,i it ! employes on civilians also has in- "The onlv navinir evnloifatinn thaf is owing to the intervention of the'(luce1 man-v Persons to 1('ave Munich, jean be made in that part of Mxico is British prime minister, supported by I j or the development of mineral de the shortage oi roiling stock.. I he ; aman japane8e agricultural colony activities of the authorities in billet- j that cultivates rice, but this Is ahsn. soldiers and other government lutely lacking in imnortance. 'Vi'son. that the Paris conference is now endeavoring to get into com munication with the bolshcvists and to make terms with assassination and j-aihievement with anarchy. ONE WAY Daylight Robbers Obtain $10,000 "Our neighbor has such a large family." s "Why, John, he' has only two children." "I know, but they ' weight uounds aniece." MONROE, La., April 7. Two white men, in broad daylight, today entered the Bastrop State bank, of Bastrop, La., and while all the em ployes in the institution were cover ed with revolvers, made a careful search of the bank, and left with 110 $10,000 in cash, according to a report reaching here from Bastrop tonight. posits, and this is beyond the modest resources of the only Japanese colony located in that region. I am sure that if the American Department of State has asked its embassy here for information, the embassy must de clare that there are no concessions in Lower California favoring Japanese interests." EASILY FIXED "Uuless you have diversification of crops ycu'l! ruin your soil, or so peo pie say. Better cut'out tobacco."