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   Sunday News Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 12, 1921, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               MOTHER RELEA FORT WAYNE, IND., 'SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE City Edition Full United Press Reports. Mrs. Lydia Decker erly oa Own" KecogniaaEce and Returns ..to Home At MAY .BE RE-ARRESTED CHARGE Effort .is Being Made to Obr Fred Decker's Eslease -on Bond; Gal Still SAYS AMERICANS AREWWSA! General Woqd Assures Time Has. Come When 'T hey .Have .Full Protection. i Ind., June latest of uuihy surprises was sprung in-.the murder case here .this afternoon, wHen "Judge' 1. W. Royse ..pilled Sirs.- Sydia'Deeker into court released-'Tie'r ,on he'r own recog- nizance. She and her three sons, who 'has been sentenced to life-- imprisonment, and 'Fred' and are charged- with .coasnirme -to .obtain J24.0DO insurance money-by. .heavily insuring 'the 'lite" of- Virgil; causing-, the. Virgil's Lovett, and then claiming the dead -body as that .of Virgil. The-charge of first degree murder still rests against'her but she is" free tn: recognizance order.-arifl'-is to'appear' again 'srheri the court: She 'waSvjurnished. with funds by the tor. her home' train. MANILA; p.-I.; June-ll-f-The. time has arrived whea Americans abroad will-have full .protection-from their government, 'General Leonard Wood assured 300' rotarians' here' on "his" return, to Manila from a the islands. "The time has said, "when the centurion's caution against mistreatment of.Paul, 'Have; a..care, he'is a. applies to General .Wood declared ;it-' a pleasure -to', '-'see :Americans overseas -who'jp'reseijve. traditions ..of'.your .'-In the' future '-.you can1'-' depend u'pori'-a.'strong .policy support he, to. have a- share oft the '-.commerce, supported .by aV merchant marine and., an ing.-the world's traijB the-Colb- planted, the" was tpastniaster he'-saidl np -objection the ot police said ithere -was that ;'noYoraers-for her-arrest' JJeC 'an'df brother .tull-, i.f AwBili was. trying '--tpS obtain on .-.'.night.. -.wife's -.'father, goii'is-.'bond. the bth'er "and.-brothers' NoV'effort '.'made to: obtain-Kit release.-- Vifo-il -ay: aouryi inf.circuit court here: Friday -jnd imprisonment. in- the trial of 'fnr -jj.'. s ui te-: Vsub-: Wantiated'tb mother and two sVi-an'ceVV "-Pred Becker -is! to" for mur- 'least 'r'as, ;a'. stfrprise' to 'and giverf- and !the '.charge !of-. the. state lib .'behalf-so" that His' ;'mdth'e'.r'uid have cha'nce'.Vbf.'a'equ'ittal.-. National.Cpniinander of Legion Borne to' Grave .Accompanied 1 FbLLOWED'REGIMENT I'nUcd Prcsfi.) '..CINCINNATI; 0.; June .ll.ir-Npbpdy in. CincinnotUevcr- a'funeral commander of .tlio American 'Legion, in ''ixn automobile-accident in Indianapolis recently, went to hin today-along.'a path' of 'glory line'djwith hundreds' of spectators and strewn'-'with .flowers nhpworcd down airplane. cofflncd body was.lashed.to a of'his 'pwn helmctcd, by his'side and'his old horse be- hind It-; Thle'mcn of his, regiment, th'e 147th infantry, whom vho .lead: through the St. "Mlhiel." Argonnc and .Elanders, more.- marched" behind ;tliclr old commander In a .procession of- ton citizens. The''national "commander .of -the legion lay in Estate -for four hours before the service in Music hall, the cltyV" largest auditorium.' Among there was- a nosegay of htixnbled field- daisies, grown from seeds-brought from tribute of the mothers of soldiers for whom' Coloner-Oalbralth''had done kind- iNBYUEX! SIMS'ACTIONS Naval Secretary Felt Admiral IJnnecessariiy Delayed Reply- ing to His Inquiry. FROM NAVY (Byliniudrms.) Tv-ASHIXCTON, June at Rear-.Admiral -William' S. Sima'- delay.-in answering his. original or- ders .regarding, the anti-Irish speech in-7Lo'naoh" caused. Secretary of the Navy; Denby to give summary orders that ..'.the .admiral -return "immedi- ately" to thc'Unite'd it was learned officially tonight. Denby--felt -that Sims 'had-unne'B--' isarily delayed -in replying- to >riginal. cable directing that officer -o confirm or deny the London speech.- Denby's "action-today was regard- ed as the first step'- in disciplinary action-against Admiral Sims. He curtly ordered '.the. o.fficer' to return tOithe ;tlnited.'StateeCJmmedtately and .report .at once lir-.peraon to ,the Secretary 'of -the- Navy.'--The cable re-' voked.'-Sinis'i leave, -which, the admit--" Plot ioKillKaher, Wealthy Publisher -wc, e amt-- al jnad -been.spending and ordered: SIras to the present instructions.1 -k-twitj- -TO.-mm -lor :-tne flfleritlj; .Tfbw- hot, tion that'th'e- whole.- question-'will out betwen'-mm-arid.'SimSvwKen'the-lat- ter- reaches' Relief cbijv-' manU -of. the...'United States' naval cplleg I., ;his .present' .-StepVby'--'tlie secretary-- (c Win As y S'emir" Of f in -.CaubiisV .WM Hopyerand UBy .United r'.-.v, June The Faoners' Slates practically recognitiph "Bloc" '.mat- Secretary. Secretary -Wallace tonigb t to .'arrange its The.V.whole.MIatming' problem, ...M-, undoubtedly' "i-eslgn ff.om-the. for Sims' retiremarit; from- underr-the law Sscretary'Deriby. reiterated'ihat Kls'.latSst-.aeU'o'n'-was" i outside.-ihflti- the president'or Tnemb'ers'-of '.cp'hgress in' the .-caser-V if According, to 'press.dispatches ff.om Condon, Admira'l'Sims jirGcedent-'was' secretaies the .--'-.'Bloc.' prBjnarily-.-cabinet.fhlembers; 'appear pffipiaLfVcommittpes i.ffrom Sen'atbriNofrisVjKilbVcrearing-'ta.'.'fed- -sHouia bark, flnaucing enterprise in-the or-the farmprs.v'TKey.'.Syere'-'ask'ed-r-'lt-'.'it toy- loavb: the financing; to' a -privately- poration Jwitb; ;exaetly, Itit and -the; Arises. 'V'-'V between" adrqihisH tratiye'end'Vo'f'th'e''asenc'ies.of "gdv-l nol'rf' .'nftnfllTnnfT llirttK "fn this. ..Iqwa, of get .itheir ideas and; they burs'. .wlll.'urider'st'an'd each 'bUier'and I, am'sure closet; agreement- ana' up' m'or'p'. good for the-'farmers'th'an'-undcr.- system.'.'.'.': And there, was a .wreath, that wan the 'tribute of tho people1, of Alsace nnd-Liorralnc, .'.nd a p.llm sym- bol .of that, -.bespoke the of tHe' 'town ,-of Chateau- Thierry: Spwches, wero mndii by Franklin D'Oller, .former national commander of the legion Roosevelt. .secretary. of tho -navy, and tlie' Jbhn P, -who was chaplain in .his regiment. After the speeches. Chairman ODeLavargc of the French embassy in'behalt of 'the French nation bestowed on Galbraith the order of -commander of the Le- gion of-Honor of Four potlus in' the sky blue service uniform Of 'the French army stood at salute while, the' captain pinned the medal of the Order-to the. flag drap- ing of th'b'cksket. Have the News and Sentinel Follow You People leaving tho city for their vacations should have the News and Sentinel follow them. It. costs no more sent to any address in the United Slates than It costs delivered In Fort Wayne. But all must paid In advance. IfjprCOAL FIELDS American Miners Desiring... to 'Get All Work, Drive' Out HAD'.UNION CARDS Untied rrcli.) TOjSf. eral hundred iorclgi: .born miners hav.e '.'been-' driven' 'out .'th'o coal fields GJbson and Tlks 'counties by terrorism of orgiinizcd bands, it was learned hero ..-tonight.' Native born miners form'cfl in mobs-and vig-' llante .battle cry Is liavo forced of' foreign., horn workmen'to fioa'-thc mining district.' It.itds on .Fnvricisco; Oaklaiid City, Potersburg'iind -Kosmcr By mobs ag- gregating night and continued', until' early. today. -No datriago was done; the workers. accbrdlnp' reports ;fe- ccived hero, but .they were threatened if .they tarried. It Is thought that the trouble grew up bcca-jfe' of tho'unemplpymcnt sit- uation. .''born minors, most of whom ate Austrians and Hungarians, originated here recently when mining became slack .in Illinois. Since then'.sevcral mines in this dis- trict have been working part time and it Is thought the mobs '.Were' formed so the participants .would get al tho work.': All the-miners who were driven-out cards, those sus- pected of: forcing; them to flee. of the mob to Oakland City-was followed by the hurried .de- parture of. over 100 Austrians and Hungarians, who left their beds and (led without getting their personal belongings. Liter reports here tonight stated .that all-was quiet in the mining dis- tricts and that .-ill the' foreign born had taken refuge In nearby, towns. immeasurable service. caUseiofiBritisli'SD e'lik- in'g the Suriday'lBip'ress- de- clared j---'.'.; mansi-great-sailors, Exp'res_s> sinew woa' uot .-oeieniord .apu T ot'tSe; same yastness' -jesty-'.ol] the elements such- men i C '-did more Ing ;thrin -.phrases hundred '.aiplptnats.'-'-. from .to "-America '-Honbrcd We are-cer- tain' that'-even tliosc1.members of-'the administration. who-dccmed. if advis- to.'recall- -r'eallzo'.-hlsV.im- jnoasurablc, service to .the .cause of tho.BnglJsh spoaklne nations." Leaves .Wife forO; Veck, yeast salesman, 'who mys'tori- ously ago I( wlto'.and children'. so is'npt known whether ft Is' a case bf 1 whether he1 met foul- play. with Both ho nnd his Belle Lc. wjji ttCtiC, it WAR' ilk night school'there.'that ho was last and his wife "and ''children moved hero from Washington Court Hotise, six moht'ts ago.and'.en roH'ed: at 'the school. LcVeck npltl yeast during, the day- time.' They' lived 1808 Koeh street, where .the: wife is still stay- ing.' The wife1 and children wore left almost destitute, so the students of the school gavev J127 for their sup- port. The wife is'. still attending the.schpol gave J12T for their sup five 'years. One of children is years old and the' other 20 .'months old. SOLDIERS WEARING GAS MASKS Annual Labor Federation Con- vention to Be Most Mo- mentous in History. SESSIONS OPEN MONDAY WHITE APRONED GENTRY DEXVEU, The nf the white-aproned gentle- men who used to pass.' but the mixed ones, .-tnd put. out. the tpo-bet'uddled ones, ia increasing. The bartenders' union is actually gaining members, Edward glore, Buffalo, JT. T.. president, .who. js here attending ths American FeS- sratfpn, .said tonight. They cull1 us beverage diopen- aers now, but we. have the -same old union and are going he. said. VOICED Passage of New peace Eeso-v lution Without Amendm'eiit By House is sured Now. HEAVY VOTE TO Aydld CHANGE Lower Body of Take Final Ballot .on .tire May'' Cause Deadlock. By United Press.) June. by the house'Of the .Porter peace''re- solution without amendment as a lub'stitute 'for the Knox resolution, ipproved by the senate six'weeks ago t was virtually-assured-tonight. DENVER, Col., >By .a vote of 2Q8 house ized labor stood'tonight'-at its-'arma-- lml.'rated- its approval of the Porter present .form by- adopting, a. .rule' .-Battling -T'" forces that movement, v--- "iiuciciun vL--tne T.ouse not: toraccept" country.i.gatliered "here ,to'--'outline the text of-the.resolution .as their 'defensive and offense, .'cani- a png two ut opens on Monday will be faced by. ten-ration "Presid.intSHardms.' v''. v- Kdnflfa" The annual-, convention1 of -the American-Federation of Labor which the -most difficult' questions importance 'to imibn- labor' T'le loue-most '-important lems to up :arer iMrs.-Kathcrihe Kabcr.'.-left, ani Slarion McArdle right, arrai-Tiea in .New york court, .ami, below, Mrs Mary Brickel Lakewood (O.) Marion; is 'Kaber's'step- Kabef .was stabbed "treri- suspected of feeding the arsenic to Kaber .arid -Uie be "the man .with, the' named by Kabsr before" he -died, .are 'also' li'eld. Mi-s.-Brickcl was the first to confess that the..killing Kaber was Delib- erately :planned.. Now Marion have 'admitted-'that-'assassins hired..- --.j--... r wime iieipieas. in- nis "'Examination, revealed that he: ine.Kaberr-'her-'idaughter, :had..also-_be'en 'fed 'arseiilc.. while rill. BricTiol was arrested in' Cleve RccciTis.'J'Homo" nf.. ilil'.'i _ 7-' if.ijie3.w.ere'-recalled.'' he'-'-'could-' -not United-r.-'Stafes 'tonight 'made jt-plain contention'ot-the Du'tcli'Vov-1 'America'n' interests' a're The American plan.' campaign .der signed, to'force .the-.o'pen "shop on ;very industry'in the-country. -of .approximately S 000 OOO'.maii in 'the United. States. The .wage cutting, movement. The. fourth arises' from -'the ;ranks of'the unionists., exr pose of.grafting business Agents, es- guqta.'i allowed 'Italy eptly yas'satyte.lowest.ebb: the .irorld May try in -Chicago.'-and. 'New-, fork. twb-republlcai Leaders of -Federation Beclt of Labor itoriigiit 'claimed'-'tHat'they lia'd.ben .victorious in. th'e most.bitter fight. against "'open ''shop maije t They.'pointed "to thermemDership a figures conclu- sive .proof .of-the 'claim, that, the" open shop.'movement ;had 'fail'ed.'-T.' Coupled, with..'Uie .'op'en: shop fl'ght, unemployniqnt- labor; ately'icuttin'g'their off orders to -aid .Cutting '.of 'wssf'' reached, its. the. -siaSn- ing thel-pay- r.olis-'of .railroad'-workers, effective July 1, .according., to be'Uet'iof.' eeo'no- Immigration' reported cmcr'genpyv admit 'the immigrants.. .This., wjlli.probably be .r 1 'A'drnisslon 'Of 'the Italians-followed negotiations between Italian. Ambas- sador Ricci and tho's'tate department, -which tip turn -.took1'the..mutter up viMth.thCjimmigr'atipn'rauthbrltlcs; MEXICAN REBEL LEADER -V .SAN ..lunc UKU IKtiY- JVJ.1 J-- .lllllu two: small General: Francisco 'Murguia; .rcvblu- unjiuren. tionary-leader, -who- -at LoVccktook.no clothing.with'him tlie -'a 'rebellion' in the State and .fold ot nis it of. .several' months is1 not known whethnr't't is'iL >irrn in' agp, has taken 'refuge in -the. United on -V aunos. on a rancn. noar nurc, cording' to a .report' from- Ii-iredo. ..Mursuia'appllc'tl.- Stillcs 'to, -the hire, a'c- United redo. h declared left immediately May ment -_sent to Holland- pn ay 27 which made public -tonight by department; Ohstnictc.d the .tinited -States legation'' at ..The" Hague to state .thtit. the United .sta'tis .gbv- emmont finds; it impossible to 'regard the- applications ot-" American '.com- panies, 'or'thelr.intorcsts in -tha'mat- I.O 'JIUl tlUJ. JllUllbll U ,i those 'of, tho.'sanie .''1'820 v.Gloom'-.was" of pm-.was apparent. In .all lines ionirh, W stcp'ln thc lonK ..to-- Premier 'Lloyd George, and bo- dating bnck more Ile'ved-to! on import- between, the United 'ant declared that "we have .btat05 ant1 -the Ncthcrlunds, over the a ,moro-scripus leefy to recover than ot .we'have had at-any..time slnci the Crests, .-ny.time sineo ai-misticq-and-under condition: fur less '.promising." i i.u.w in.   trades; counciltof -ork' city 'was of 'thi national, organization.1- Tho resolu tion provides that, if the New Yor) branches refuse to the-na- tional regulations 'their, charter shall be revoked and a- new building tra.dos organization started. 1 Buildinfi' Trades Split The mceting'of the building trades department was marked by n seri- ous, split in the organization. The ititute ..never, and louse' leaders: :ermined 'to: insist' upon; their .Repreaentati Martin' and-Fayprt :of ssioners tb.'vnegotiate- I peace' inn :'V. i" .charged-.that last. .'.Np've'mber-.: .will; 'have- .-been. obtained 'less- -steps to establish nations.'.'' the': building-trades branch meeting, -the', r.esolution presented '.b Gborge'Hed'ribh' providing, that Don- lin -go to, Now '.-York- and.. investigate conditions building trade branches there- especially .with re the ;'foreigh" claims.' 'Tha the provide tha e no one But a'buslh'ess -agent 'can" be father bf Gulseppe Varotta'; flye-ycar- n l-'' IV DIUCD IDC 111 Illftll Ant ,'.A The 'All of tlicse-'wcro said to .-be wpciii- uua.siiiii. in me orgn.nization. The IJon of the, Djambl rtclds, following delegates of. tho Brotherhood of Car- pcnters 'and Joiners, headed by .their president, L. _ BEAUTIFUL WOMAN FOUND IN LAKE; PROBABLY SUICIDE (lljr NKW. ORLEANS. La., Juno Appnrcntly :i suicide, tho body of a beautiful and faahionably dressed, wnman was found In tho Audubon Park lake here today. A note discovered by police led to i thc belief that the woman drowned herself. Tho note, signed. Marguer- ite, staled the writer "could never h.ive been 'guilty of tho infamy heaped npon me" and that -she was not The woman's shoes' um not want to together with a -pocket book contain-' on "icon! as boycottintijr goods ing 44 cents were found -jnilcr a made In Canada, where thc out of the meeting. They represent approximately 00 men. The split.was caused by thc adoption of a resolution pro- viding that tlie carpenters and join- ers must, comply with the rulings of the national board of jurisdiction. Thi.t hoard sots forth decisions where one union's work ends, and another begins. Hutchlnson said his organ- ization hud been denied all consider- ation .it tho hands of the board, and that they could not consent to abide by its directions. The building trades meeting voted WOO for relict of Pueblo Hood suf- ferers. :iftor a hot fight-on whetlicr the money should be turned over to Urn general.relict, committee or the local union organization. It was finally agreed to give the funds to tho. local building trades council to be used .IB it sees fit. Pro-Irish Resolution. r-Irish' resolution, providing of all "British made umcntied so that it urged union menv bers to purchase only "American made goods." "The organization did not want to Tho father was unable, to; vlewr the body but he was -his Iden- tification of the-Mmki trousors tan shoes, white -arid' "red L' garters. i-.', News of. ing carefully kept-from'-the''child's mother who is .expected Mo', become a mother soon again: .Since five suspects been detained on suspicion of .Implication in .the kidnapping were .arrested, threats have been made that.tho chIM would be thrown in the Hudson. Police belluvc that .the -child was drowned in order to do' away- with ,the only witness who could'identify tho kidnappers, INTERNASOiiSTER COMPANY CUTS ITS PRICES United PrcsO CHICAGO, June il.-VThc.Interna- tional Harvester company tonight: announced a cut in all Its one to five ton trucks. Reductions range .from five ton truck to on the one ton capacity. THEWEAfHER palm tree near the. lake. Efforts to identify the woman had failed l.itc today. STUDENTS DENY REPORTS THATTHEYJRE (fly Unl'e.1 Trew.) DAN'VILLE. Ind. June dents at tho Central Normal college here who recently demanded the resignation of Dr. Jonathan Rigdon as president ot that institution today denied reports circulated by Dr. Rig- don that many of those who signed tho. petition for his resignation were now asking that their names be the ha.; Placed-a premium of _S on the ?or them to abandon the stand tion has adlllated unions. The annual fight on Samuel Gom- pcrs' leadership in the labor organ- ization seem crystallizing tonight bchmd John L. Lewis, Indianapolis president of the United Mine-Work- -r o e of each of the missing bandits, have taken in the matter. cal" organizations' representatives, coupled with some pro-Irish senti- ment. Gompers' supporters claimed that he had sufficient backing to win thc election if he wants it. United States Department of Aurlcul. ture Weather Bureau Fort Wayne. Iml.. June 11, 1021. Local weather data for thc 21 hours ending at 7 p. m. this date. Dry bulb temperature 7 a. 12 noon. ..80; 7 p. wet bulb temperature, 7 a. noon ...73.-7 p. m... 74 Relative, humidity 7 a. m----82. IZ noon..'.75, 7 p. m___85 Barometer, to' awi-Icvd S p. m.. 0 p. m... 10 p. m... n p. m MMnlRht 1 a. m 2 a. m 3 a. m 4 a. m 5 ,-u m fi a. m a. m I'ftV 7 Temperatures ........7.1 8 a. m... ........72 9. ,1. rn... ........7.1 111 a. m... ........72 11 a. ni... ........7.1 Noon----- ........73 1 p. m... 2 p. m... 3 p. m... 4 p. m... 5 p. m... ...M.JO ...75 ...7fi ...78 ...79 ...72 ...74 >..78 fi p. m... p. m.. Arrest Allcjrprt officer Kirkpatrick arrested James Shuey. 20 years old, Saturday after- Extremes of temperature; Highest during the 24. hours 8ft. Highest on this rtate last year 92. lowest during the 24 hours 69. Ixwest on this dat elast year SS Hishest since the firat of the month SO on thc 2nd. since the first of the month 4s on the, oth. fttll'l-l till (no Old. noon on a petit larceny charge The Precipitation young man is accused of stealing Total fnr the 24 
                            

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