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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - November 12, 1919, San Antonio, Texas DAIRYMEN Co your a redl ty Tur UMI ret SAN CO. SAN ANTONIO KELLY AXES F. W. HEITMANN CO. VOLUME NO. 313. SAN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1919. 1865. GOVERNMENT TO BRING TOGETHER OH FRIDAY Negotiations for Wage Scale and Working Agreement to Be STRIKE GALLED OFF BY PRESIDENT LEWIS Is Some Miners Will Continue on Pending Will Nov. The calling off of the strike lifted a great from the mind of of- Washington resulting in expressions on all hands of and t is tacit that crisis had The Government immediately took the initiative to bring the operators and the miners together the that by acceptances had been received from buth parties to meet Secretary of Labor Wilson in a new conference Friday morning to a settlement of matters in By agreement with the oilier bers of fhe nf Labor Wilson immediately took steps afternoon to bring together In Ing ton Friday representatives of both the miners and operators for the pose of reopening negotiations for o wage scale and new working i Kent by Ferret ary of Lahor Wilson lo John Mir Mine and j lu N. of tors In wna In RW Ihp uf miners oud uc rt enUre DEMANDS OF 6-HOUR DAY MO WEEK FAIL which HIP on roil for Ihr cent ml competitive Ohio to Hi is one now In officials bn lira to mil i ill Ida the of Ifie U I. TJin mauds Included u In n. six-hour day f n five-day ireck for anil on S The mcT In October llp In reach an The call for Hie nt SI was Issued from lir of October followed of lo that il of r lil 11m thin Ins agreed lo comply with mandate of rson tinU rescind ilia to withdraw contending 1C hull not authority lo do On Ilio October 31 the n hand in I lie an order of tlie fro Ol SHOOT Four Former Soldiers Workers of World Are ARMISTICE DAY PARADE OF POLICY ADOPTED BY 11 was fnr Ihc of tlic oi isni lo try that r J today c at Iho iir lla Ilio the lo iy lo pill it nf U U to tU VM OX ISSUES TO MRW The la lij In the Insl vin n Ton of when call loins rose ihc year's billies t 27, of 3 in W br lenders In tbe recent Nunns .Um iho nly oom n I R n I UNDER LEVER ACT ARE ARRESTED MliN AKE CHARGED WITH WAITING AND MAKING EX Convention Votes to Make Organization and to Bar Public dates From Its INDIANAPOLIS CHOSEN AS PERMANENT HEADQUARTERS Resolution Asking Deportation if Victor Berger and of Congressman Voight Cleveland Wins 1920 position Cash Bonus Scheme JAIL STORMED BY MOB I. W. W. SUSPECT CHANGED Rain of Bullets Strikes Fall Six Suspects quarters Wrecked By Angry Citizens Nov. The hottest of Ifie initial meeting of the American Legion in session here was precipitated laic today by the ing of the question whether legion shall be kept out of The con vention voled to amend Its tion lo the and bar candidates for lic from holding office in the The a hi a full to Ills own conscience and un- thU Bball bo ab- and bn ut for the of or tor tbc of the any public office or no can aw or Incumbe of n Ktm or In or of train nnd lii lim c o W by Atto These tit Quo ol I P. T ni rats for food tec ring tilled alumni by October W. rupy arrests Iti am the ot chosen f the a given the attorney States thf country lo linn ol BT result the com of Ihc tn come the I. op Ion not of iho not He waa IP and rad's hy fin -S lo kr je Din Iti i nurt for tty e A nn Purr 1 111- was not f HINTS FRAUDS iN OF WAR CANCELLED Report to Congress Says Government May Have Right to Uf or for jiny n Ilit c aC In report l la Ity tlie nf the district of of relief r fr To mal British Royalty American Guest TO CORDIAL irv FAIL INI TO KILL OFF by Il rcca the local control to A minority report to bfr oC by an ore rw laming but the cull vote on or u of 100 nf The resolution ot drawn Tost No. 1 of on uf the Wisconsin n of n was vote 1u when fit tiros not members ot American are two other former service men ore In a precarious condition aud several others were wounded when persons snid to be members of Workers of World fired on an parade Another said to have been one of those who fired on is believed to have been but confirmation was At least eight supposed Industrial Workers of the World are in tlie local guarded from mob of several hundred former comrades of Ihc men shot down The i ARTHUR liKN WARREN HALE The wounded John Karl not expected to Vc shooting began when Ihc parade drew abreast Industrial of the World hall according lo bullets ROing over the heads of the crowd watching the Onlookers say shots came from every direction and that snipers in the upper windows of the W. W. quarters building fired into the was killed formerly a was leading a platoon in the parade and tell at the second burst ot mortally George Stevens of attempted to disarm on alleged I. W. W. and was shot In the struggle which Hubbard his wound in suing u supposed W. W. who fired as lie ran from the group of men headed by U was this according to was hanged by a mob was in the ranks and a bullet struck him in Ilio They got me he said as he doubled tip and fell In the The uniformed sorted to chase the Reds Hubbard was one of Ilie Gathering up persons suspected of affiliation with Hie radical of the service men took them while 6thers of the lore out of W. seized and burned n quantity of ond all ihc furniture and distributed among themselves and citizens the iron ammunition In the Meanwhile 3. crowd gathering about Ihc some of them armed with seized weapons others the grounds near the Jail to prevent further Had Scheme to Get Walsh Amendment Voted in by and Later Killed Mild VOTE IS POSTPONED AS RESULT OF LONG Ho i Ills Group Will Nol Support President By JAMES IL Tho supporters of the President In the Senate were thoroughly day that they ore hopelessly beaten In fight to prevent tlic adaption of reservation which will nullify 0 of of Nations covenant described by President Wilson as the of the They arrived nt this conclusion otter laving been assured that neither opponent of treaty nor Hie so-called mild will follow them In attempt lo defeat His reservation by to he amendment proposed by of arid endorsed and the .pf the According lo men who said they were party ught the man they were after he had fired at them several on c banks of the n smaM which runs the they ond the It In for bin from th ca the ond the man fired directly Into Hubbard's George of Ihe crowd chasing the kicked Ilic pistol from the I. W A wun the 10 nt a CALLS FOR FULL Ibl i It vutc lo klH r. II til o lilt tM r. IP thp t on Iba Hint UK nt iri It a int mlM K s Iw to lit ASKS CON TO TECT S. on WHO TOOK rx IN TO MINKS IIV STATK IS TOTAL CASUALTIES IN WAR PLACED 293.0SO 1; no Hit at lU on It of Of KUrb
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