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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Fort Wayne, Indiana Place Your Order Now Next Sunday's FORT WAYNE THE PEOPLE'S WAYNE AND NORTHERN INDIANA'S LEADING HOME NEWSPAPER AND W ANT AD MEDIUM PAGES TO-DAY JOURNAL GAZETTE NEWS OF THE WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 22 1919 BY ASSOCIATED PRESS PRICE THREE CENTS RUSSIAN PLAN TROUBLE THROUGHOUT ASIA For a Long Time Government Has Been Mapping Out Extensive Propaganda for Revolutions in China India and Persia Omsk Army Now Effectively Bars Way DIVIDED ON INTERVENTION FOR TWO YEARS Chamber of Commerce Has Exceptional Attendance at Annual Meeting SECY BODINE SPEAKS Make Fort Wayne's tation for Progress Second to None in Nation LONDON Jan Russian bolshevik government for a long time has been organizing an extensive propaganda for revolutions in China India and Persia and is now ready as soon as the opportunity offers to send agents with large sums of money to stir up trouble out Asia according to reliable advices received here A great obstacle facing the revolutionary plans of the sheviki is the existence of the army of the Omsk government which at present effectively bars the way to Asia by way of the Ural front If however it is pointed out Admiral army becomes weakened and were to disintegrate through lack of support and encouragement the bolshevik plans very seriously threaten the peace of Asia The most recent tion received from British quarters shows that ism is spreading in Ukraine new Ukraine directorate with headquarters at Kiev is a weak organization without any decided policy Its attitude toward the sheviki is most uncertain and IN ti current opinion here that favors nn agreement with the Although Are nominally he In tile ern Ukraine there are many in his army aro activity in Kiev antl many well known returned there PARIS Jan of the Rumla In summed up by TELLS HIS STORY He Has Prepared Statement Opposing Regulation of Packing Industry DENIES GREAT PROFITS Says Return on Business the Last Year Less Than Two Per Cent Jan Armour nf Ar- dour more than four to-day the commerce prepared which that the regulation of the and In L heretofore have of of the for Intervention on examination will be were for to-morrow Britain Premier Mr Armour denied that com- init the return limt on 000 worth of was lows two on every dollar of nalen and Maid he perfectly willing to re- Intervention limited to tb of Caspian leaving to Hia the adjustment of her own In the Interior to IRADES holding to the Ino latter conception and to upon allowed a Jimt com- I ntl hoping to nee In He warned however that of evolution government ownership Implies a nn tape and which cannot leal one lion not yd hut add to the of the to consider the possibility for i the action she has of the federal trade Siberia of collusion the five biff packing to control were denied categorically Mr wbo also insisted tli keen competition between biff five in buying ns well as in marketing I the prices of Mr Armour the reason bacon costs seventy cents a twenty-five and ty four years aco could be readily understood Prices of live had Increased 245 per cent in that time ho declared while costs of labor and fuel had doubled The i ket prices of by-products hud not I Increased in the same ratio an live hogs he asserted nnd this ON SIH Major Portion of the building Industry in Washington Tied Up put a greater price burden on the edible parts of animal Mr prepared statement sixty-eight printed pages and the became BO weak before the end that ho had one of his complete Its reading The afternoon session was devoted en- tirely to tha questioning of Mr Ar- of the committee Wash Jan tween nnd 37.000 of iho metal trades unions in Seattle Tacoma and went on strike at ten o'clock this morning the major portion of shipbuilding Industry Another 8.000 wood workers employed In may be forced out through inability of tho yards to operate the metal trades their leaders say STILL DEADLOCKED by m How far are the ramifications of the meat packers to Chairman Sims referring to criticism by the federal trade commission of the entrance of the packers into trades apparently unrelated to the killing of meat animals If you can tan leather why can't you ture shoes especially as you control NEW YORK Jan euch quantities of hides and why and officials of the dross and can't you retail those shoes to the waist manufacturers association were If you can make lard com- still deadlocked on the s- pound from cottonseed why can't which resulted In a strike this you go into the business of raising morning of members of the cotton and of the International Theoretically you are right i union Benjamin you are In assuming president of the union declared In a that we do all those things the statement the city's witness replied There is more dress and waist industry wus com- tied and that the union Continued on 12 Column 6 I would not recede from Its demands STEP TAKEN TOWARD THE PUNISHMENT OF EX-KAISER 1 Jan British less Gazette says tho peace conference has not yet reached the point of the bringing to Justice of the former Gorman emperor hut that a step in that direction has been taken by the presentation of the re- port of the Jurists upon the personal responsibility of the former ruler A commission under manship of Sir John MacDonnell is considering Imt hns not yet delivered its conflusions which will also be placed before the peace t The Mail says lhal tho ex- In his letter in which he everything must be put to Hre men women and dren and the aged must he tered and no tree or house be left confesses his war crime It Is perfectly within the com- of the peace conference to nominate an International court and i i re t he surrender of the ex by Holland not on tho ground that Is a German general or thor of the war but because he lated lawn and committed the Mull Kor this he must be held liable in his own person The Dally Chronicle In tho long run lio n it ion stands to gain more the punishment of thit guilty than Hit since it is in many that the moral prestige of their methods wan and in most deeply NEWLY ELECTED DIRECTORS S E civic bureau C M Mills retail merchants bureau Sol A Wood legislation and taxation bureau A Ij Randall rural development and good ronds K A Barnes industrial bureau C B Fitch real estate Insurance and housing K W Puckett wholesale and E A Crane conventions tourists publicity and social E C Miller transports tion and waterways The auditorium on tho third floor of tho Fort Wayno Chamber if Commerce was tilled by members of that organization night In annual ing thp tho election of t ho directors named above to servo for two made General Secretary H E Bo- dine stated thul It wan tho largest und most enthusiastic meeting of chamber of commerce that he had and expressed himself gratified at manner in which the turned out A K Hall and reports for six months paused were made by Frank H Cutshall treasurer S M Mulholland chairman of the finance commute and assistant all out the excellent prog rent the reorganization S F Bowger of the tremendous Im- port of the coming waterways at Ohio Monday which will attended by one dred from the Cincinnati chamber of commerce accompanied by tho mayor of that city plead for a from the local chamber of commerce never was the time morp fAvorable Continued on 12 Column 4 Hare are the Hum at work removing machinery from factory In northern France crippled by program of the of carrying away or breaking and legal evidence of one of their throughout France and Belgium are up machinery This picture ia indii SENATE DEBATING FOOD RELIEF Passage Before Thursday Seems Improbable the Leaders Say IS Returns to Her Home Where She Shot and Killed Husband Jan 11 ACCOMPANIED BY GIRL Asks That Her Thanks Be Conveyed to Members of Grand Jury MANY SENATORS SPEAK Penrose Again Attacks Work of Administrator Hoover and Other German President Elected for Seven Years IY DELEGATES LONDON Jan In provided In of the proposed now thut the of the IM to by the entire people his term bo- woven The will Ito by thn bo to He if qf the liy u definite volp The con- the provision ns noon AH a of rill nnd In Approved by Forty-Six Have Pledged That They Will Attend the Defiance Meeting MEANS MUCH TO STATE Will Form Association to Promote All Waterways That Arc Found Worthy Jan by county grand Jury of a late to-day to her home in WASHINGTON D C Jan and a variety of thp from a vote to-day on thr for by President for ftunlnc re- lief In Several torn plan to to-morrow nnd Home members wild the before improbable Vigorous to the appropriation wore made by Harding of son of California of and other republicans by Senator democrat while those speak 1 UK for tho included Senators of New democrat and Weeks of who is one of the few republican whu port in debate In the nf his however criticised many ties A definite development of the sition was the Introduction of an of by for the of whose happiness more than for her own she she killed her band My fondent wish IH that I will be permitted now to In wan only comment as eho left the jail News of her exoneration wan taken to Madame Lebaudy by Mrn Seaman matron of the Jail at 3 o'clock shortly after the Krand jury had reported no Indictment ame Lebaudy who paced her quarters In the Jail nervously throughout the afternoon fainted but quickly recovered She was kneeling wath a crucifix pressed to her breast and a fervent prayer in French when her attorney entered to confirm Mrs Seaman's re- port Thank Ood all over she cried bursting Into tears While the attorney went before Supreme Court Justice to obtain a written order for client's release Jacqueline wan summoned by telephone from the home of Rev Willlum F of Westbury where nhe had been since her mother wits imprisoned she left Jail Mmo baudy kissed Mrs Seaman handw with the sheriff and other jail attaches and asked that her thanks be lo the of the Krand jury which had her Continued on Page 12 Column 5 Whisky at Terre Haute Is Found by Officers Rainbow Division to March in Review in Washington and New York WASHINGTON Jan homeward flow of American units which had the opportunity to distinguish themselves in action soon will Tho war department announced day that throe famous national fruard divisions the New thirtieth Wildcat and the thirty-seventh Buckeye had been ordered to prepare for embarkation There wan no information as to when tho divisions would from French porta hut heretofore It has required several weeks for units to early embark after being aligned ti convoy Divisions having a distinguished fighting rocord and others having a distinctive local identity in the States will bo kept together their return from Krance until ciin bu at home und the welcome the people are I lous to bestow upon them Xo definite Tnd Jan ay to now of the premises of John Dulla for early return have 2120 North Twenty-Fourth Street made here hut it is assumed at this evening by federal and the war department that tho various Haute detectives unearthed a units of ench will be sent fully equipped whisky still and a home clone together so that it will ho I quantity of moonshine liquor The no hardship upon tho men who ar- I plant said to be the first of UK kind rive first to keep them organised found In WHR operated in a til the entire division can be paraded at thn home of Dulla who Other divisions which will be is an employe of the Highland Iron on ir return arc the 6th and Steel company Dulla ar- while at work nnd held In the Vigo county jail for arraignment to morrow before Clyde Kandol United 1 Now England nnd the 42nd Rimer day thut he bad practically mined to have tho division Stats on charges of which is composed of troops from having a still in his possession Dulla i nearly all states march in review said he was using tho still to cook both In New York City and in Wash slops for He denied i Ington The probably will UB UNIVERSAL PLAN Resolution for Compulsory Military Training Is Of- by Van Auken SUFFRAGE IS HELD UP Favorable Reports on Prohibiting Teaching of German in Schools INDIANAPOLIS Jan compulsory military service JIP the peace military policy of the United States was Indorsed by the state senate to-day when it adopted a concurrent resolution introduced by Senator Glenn Van of burn resolution will to tho to-morrow and If it proved will be sent to Indiana's gation in Introduction of the Con- amendment which would also bar aliens the polls the proposal of other amendments wan hold up to-day on parliamentary objections Senator suid he Intends to Introduce the amendment when the senate venes at ten o'clock and Senator Van Auken will introduce a similar amendment at the same time the provisions of ley's amendment except that feature which requires registration Another amendment to be proposed by Van Auken would provide thut the on Page 14 Column 1 Fort Wayne men to attend the waterway H meeting In nml at which time a will bo to promote nil projects found to lie worthy At thin meeting Hon H from the Limn Ohio district will lie elected president A nuti will be elected and a Wayne Those who have In- lent inn I lie as nre as S F president A M secretary T T 1 Hen H Howard Harry C J I Hr S Walter U Charles II drn H W J K n K It M Sam Greenland K C1 Miller H man A W A W Helt Frank H 1 leo II C W Alpha K W A K Wolf K Waller loll A William X lon Henry r S M Foster Arthur K Hall Louis Fox William Henry I Jr M Leslie Martin In addition to the address of come by the mayor of Hon W S mayor of Kort Wayne will deliver an address on behalf of Kort Wayne Hft will be followed by Mr S F Bowser of this city the president of the lefto Fort and Chicago A very M droves secretary and T K Ellison of the waterways bureau of the chamber of commerce CONCRETE PROPOSAL ON RUSSIA EXPECTED TO-DAY Supreme Council of Great Powers Has Been Considering Situation fdf Two Days Will Embody Several of Action as No One Remedy Insures a Certain Cure SOVIET AGENTS TO BE BARRED By the Associated Press PARIS Jan supreme council of the hopes to formulate a concrete proposal on Russia at meeting This was the definite official an- of the communique issued to-night after the council had been considering the Russian situation con- for the last two days run bo that not finally decided and reduced to writing its main features were agreed on in principles The members came from the session however feeling that there was no sovereign remedy insuring a certain cure for the difficult and dangerous ation and that it would be sirable to embody several lines of action in thp posal The first effect of this posal will be that neither gius the Russian minister of foreign affairs fore the revolution nor any soviet agents will come to TAKEN ON SITE Paris as exponents of Russian affairs but that some form of inquiry or Investigation of political millions In Russia will be made without considering the presence In of the adherents of either side of the question at Issue This de- termination Is largely the of a strong In some quarters having any direct den with tion K were that Premier Lloyd to M the would again bere names of three prom- inent leaders wf re mentioned Hut this Is now said lo be definitely liy a plan of Inquiry or In vest Ign tion wit hou 1 Involving the of The Danish minister to Russia Harold made before council on In also bad a strong Influence In ing lhat soviet should not roine lo was the bust the ministers to nnd to-day h of trying to with the soviet leaders He read an nrt written by one of the soviet chiefs declaring Board of Work Accepts Offer on Property Between St and Ball Park UP TO THE CITY COUNCIL o Legal Action Yet Purchase May Be Made for An option Ims been accepted hy the department of public on town fvr the of Kort to i which 1 tiM made ptihllc by tho bUrd y The property within A o and a half of the i 16 wide lying between Clinton streets extending from first alley north of Superior si io the ball park option of course go to the city council for legal notion while It docs not menu that this ulte Will be by city the of the net Ion of c nf works was mot with on- ilu 11 by thone who any it of board i he was the proposal made city on nnd nnd said that it WHS loo nnd ro- j of the nt to keep public posted on nil developments deal itli He Arrive exact data on showing I hat they not exceed 0.000 men i lie remainder without arms or Ull till I also that the rod army was from he peasants took this means to i Continued on Page 12 Column 6 IS John T Ryan Charged With Activities With O'Leary and Others MANY VESSELS ARE SHE Former Busy Harbor at Buenos Aires Appears Now as Deserted Methodists Plan to Raise Fund of in Five Years A MUCH JHH teen steamships and thirteen vessels tons arc anchored in the awaiting dorn on account of the strike of bor workers They fly the Brit- ish French find eral steamers left Aires in the last fow days for Montevideo to un- ion d cargoes intended for Aires The hern is de- ami miles and miles of empty tors are to he seen The streets tho docks which are usually ju mined with drays are empty Almost the only of lifo nro small groups f Idle mm pipes and spinning ib the Of UW Jnn 21 Thomns Nicholson of Chicago sounded the keynote of the Methodist Episcopal church's plan for a and educational which con- lie f a of In five years in an dress delivered here before the Joint centenary committee of the denomination It Is Ji which plates putting all government and all i lie world around itn an open Christian of pen nnd square dealing and even Jan T Hyan 1 lawyer wanted by the tion flu treasonable of Jeremiah and 1 tin in her of was in- for treason by Die m ml jury who served as a in I he the war Is accused of harboring Mme de one of the under arrest with ami to have been sent hero an a spy to carry on work Irish Americans He also accused of having n man named Hurley and to with from Mine ile and to obtaining funds for her from the German government Ideal i nrf many to the It meet with miHi hearty approval It i u iint 1 r I of street car of thn city MS itK interurban rotites all I lie of vantage that could possibly to centrally i property With I wo I by way of nnd a path to Lincoln ii is ideally to easy It la out ho is to of excellent i fixation of surro tin the Directly of ho n cross street is the city plant could be used to heat it now doog court house tho parking of more and more of a problem another attractive Is claimed for the place Knat of Clinton street and opposite the proposed coliseum Is it large area of city properly now lined aa a which would provide ample space Those who are into the a little farther south of the nite in and the hall park could bo utilized to splendid tage JIH nn athletic field and play Around fnr the school children of Fort federal j Nor do they hesitate to point out what it would mean to the city to this spot in the heart of tiling which at the present time Is not exactly an attractive place made n bountiful connecting link between t be north and the sout h of Fort Wayne In such a memorable way Price of the Site According to the board of public works the city may have the option with the property priced at tills practically under tho f iff n res of the real estate board appraisement based on Calhoun and Clinton street valuation per foot SAYS GERMANY DOES NOT WANT PEACE OF VIOLENCE Justice for nnd low for rich and poor the bishop said It poses hat wo a meaning i to citizenship in America in China I In India and In the Isles of the THE WEATHER WASHINGTON Tun Indiana Unsettled Wednesday followed by rain Thursday and Michigan with ruin Wednesday Thursday or unow and Pair wlW By the ated to-day wave tho following statement to the Associated A of nnd justice vided tt is not to be a phrase which a of violence conceals itself as a pax can only be a pence ns neither nor mutilates the conquered the of of paying bis debts nnd of entering with complete into the peaceful of a society of notions A league of nations which hafi Its only In statutes and Is not In tho hearts of Is worthless Not only ethnography but also I geography taken into con- st In establishing borders The Polos and Czechs have no mora right to our ies which owe their prosperity to Gorman organization and to the German market we have the Gorman territories outside the empire Including the German ports of Mr Wilson nnd thn British men have announced their war aims to the abolishing of autocracy militarism and of making good the harm tho war has done to Belgium ami France 1 expect confidently that they will now demonstrate the uprightness of their intentions ana that they will not create the sion that a now mien there just as it ruled with ua war
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