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   Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - April 28, 1920, Waterloo, Iowa                              The street In Waterloo of edition of Courier THREE CENTS Newsboys are all supplied with chance and buyers are to insist upon payingonly tfie advertised price AND WATERLOO DAILY REPORTER WKATHIJt Chlcajro April Partly cloudy warmer in wrtt and central and lltfht in eaM portion ThurKday unsettled and warm rr In east Courier Zitabllahtd BeporUr Established 1888 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRB W A T E R L 0 0 I 0 W A W E D N E SD AY APRIL 28 1920 PAGES PRICE moon ZDITIOV TWO XOHQB WIPED OUT Nippons Consul Among Victims at Nikolaevsk East Siberia Is Official Statement ARMY RELIEF EXPEDITION FAILS TO GET THRU ICE TURKS TRAPPED URFA FRENCH IN SPITE OF PACT By the Associated Press Paris April accounts of the French retreat from Urfa Asia Minor confirm the reports that the retreating column was am bushed altho the French had au agreement with the Turks which they believed would insure a safe retirement The French left Urfa only when food and water were lacVintr after a sustained siege of two months Two Warships Go With Troops to Alexandrovski Mikados Subjects There Safe FIUME BLOCKADE BRINGS GROWLS OF POETRULER mm IN LEIl OF ii imm Edge and Frelinghuysen Elected to Big Four and Pledged to Winner of Today By the Associated Tress Trieste Tuesday April 27 The blockade which Fiume is now undergoing is admittedly the most severe to which it has been sub jected The towns communications have been completely cut Pas in and out the city is forbid den not even milk going in Con nection with the outside world by the sea route also has been severed Gabrlele dAnnunzio the insur AVashiugton D C April 28 Japanese guards in the district of Nikolaevsk eastern Siberia are believed to have been annihilated vtLUimo u AI1UUU11U L1ID 4ou und several hunared Japanese resi t cominander threatens coun dents including the Japanese sul there massacred according to an official statement issued by the Japanese foreign office and made public today by the state depart ment Details Difficult to Obtain The Japanesestatement said the suspension of communication with the district rendered it impossible to get at the real estate affairs but that it was evidentthai a ser Spirit Radios from Hubbys Affinity Aid Wife to Get Divorce By the Associated Press Chicago April Lillian P Clayton had a divorce decree to liarl takpn Jr Way ion iiaa a divorce decree iu shohfethe Iaandeselc because her husband wrote her Effortsofhe Iapanesec dispatch a military relief expedition into the district have failed because of the ice Sent to Alexandrovski Meantime however the Japan ese have sent an expedition to Alex from the Pacific coast that he had an affinity in the spirit wosld from whom he received love messages Mrs Clayton charged that her husband Robert C Clayton eloped to Seattle with the wife of Welling ton Glover his best friend in 1918 androvski accompanied by the warj while Mrs oiayton was at the home ships Mikasa and Mishima rhej her parents in PortageWis forces reached their destination Mrs Giover died recently Clayon April 22 and found tbe Japanesejwrote Clayton irifornied Mrs residents in thatdistrict safe that he could not return to jof them were Mikasa taken aboard the her as he received dally messages jot love from Mrs Glover accord ing to letters introduced as evi Idence Millionaires Plaint Causes Indictment and Moore of Clothing Gouaers to Be Served Thru Newspaper Notices the Associated Press Newark N J April Gen Leonard Wood wasleading Senator Johnson of California by 832 votes in the New Jersey prefer ential presidential primary contest at 11 oclock this morning Revised returns showed the Callfornianhad cut his opponents lead by 406 since 7 oclock Returns for 1832 out of 2025 election districts gaveWood 49 374 and Johnson 49042 At oclock with 166 dis tricts missing Woodwas49770 and Johnson 49237 givingWood a lead of 533 At oclock revised re turns for 1S59 election districts ave Wood 49770 9237 a lead of 533 Syracuse N Y April 28 Inc Binghamptpn cloth iiers was indicted yesterday on charges of profiteering One of eight counts wasbased pn testi ononyof T B Crarymillionaire thatheuaid for a silitcosting The decree granted jto Miss Pickford Judge Lahgaji ia the district courtiheretodaysign ed an ordef directing service by publication for six weeks in a Gard neryille paper copies of which are By the Associated Press Nev April neitherMary Pickford nor Owen Moore arein Nevada to be served with summonsdrLibe stales sttifto by the federal grand jury 5pc Club 8kndwich3Drue Bill Tenn April jCharged with profiteeringfor sell sandwiches at 50 cents ETfi Tnm nf nto be sent to tbe two at Hollywood teach or a profit of more than Hfir lftt it hP knowr Her attorneys let it be known they will contend service by Mininger cafe ere indicted yesterday by a federal rand jury here M O Thompson another cafe proprietor on tbe same fcharge is accused ofsellingmilk n5 Scents a glass or at a profit of j illcents on eachglass Allthe indictments were return ed at the instance of the federal lair price committee Water Bill Conferees Agree Keep Changes in Dark for Present that publication is insufficient PfflT SUITES IN IffSffll By the Associated Press 1 Washington DC April An agreement on the water power bill was reached today by the sen pteand house conferees but the Changes in the billagreed upon Jwill not be made public until the conference report Is ready for sub mission to house statement objects Prompt actionbyboth the penate and house is expected by the out of 2025 and Johnson for Wood 1802 of 2025 Districts Report Newark N J April ed returns from 1802 outof 2025 election districts tabulated at 7 oclock this morning showed that Maj Gen Leonard Wood was lead ing Senator Hiram WJohnson of California by 738 votes in the New Jersey preferential presidential prt marycontest The vote was John son 47622 wood 48392 Wood Has 13 of 21 Counties r Incomplete returns indicated that Wood had carried 13 out of the 21 counties of the state Woods vote was heaviest in the rural districts of the central and southern part of the state while Johnson polled heavily in the industrialdistricts of the north Out of 223 missing precincts 142 were in counties which gave Wood a majority in the early returns Edge Frelinghuysen Elected United States Senators Walter B Edge and Joseph S Frelinghuy sen pledged to the presidential choice of the voters as ex pressed at the primary have been elected as members of the Republican big four by sub stantial pluralities Former Gov Edward C Stokes pledged to Wood seems assured of third place For mer Acting Gov William N Run yon pledged to Wood is leading in the race for fourth place With but 223 precirlqts1 niisEing the vote Runyon 43229 Raymond 40900 BANK IN POLITICS MORE GOOD IDEA TIP TO GATHERING Bv the Associated Press Plnehurst N C April ening a threeday session of the executive council of the American Bankers association here today President R S Hawes urged that bankers take greater interest in the selection of men for political places and emphasized tax reform a budget system Tor governmental expenditures and the encourage ment of foreign trading corpora tions FarnitoCity Drift Needs Curb At a meeting of the associations agricultural commission speakers discussed the need for more farm longer leases for tenants and means of stopping the drift from the farm to the city Better rural education and marketing al so were urged Dr H C Taylor head of the bureau of farm management of the department of agriculture read a message from Secretary Meredith I wish to commend the bank ers for active interest they are taking in agriculture said the secretary There is much that lo cal bankers can do to stimulate better business methods on the farm They can also materially aid the extension agencies of the de partment of agriculture and state agricultural colleges in reaching the farmers with the result of re Must Produce More For Acre The increased demand for food by our increasing population must be met largely by producing more per acre Unless this is secured thru adoption of improved meth ods the increased production will result in everincreasing cost of production War Agriculture and Interior Secretaries Wardens Under Conference Measure fpy the Associated Press Washington D C April Described by Chairman Jones of the senate commercecommittee as PESS PLOTS TO KEEP TWO INJURED IN DES MOUSES GAS BLAST ARE LOW Increased Wages to Them May Be Disregarded as H C L Factor His Allegation By tinAssociated Prcso Washington D C April An apparent conspiracy to Intimidate lie railroad labor board into denying wage iucreaseH for railroad workers W S Carter president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Kngine nien declared today at hearings be fore the board Another Stop in Vicious Circle the beginning tlnv press has been nil of the idea that to raise the pay of railroad men will necessitate an immediate further advance in thecost of living aiid legislation affecting every citizen lje simply another step in the so of the United States the waten called vicious circle of rising power bill as agreed upon in Carter said There has ference would create a federal powDeen so Foreign Trade Group Sees Red Regime Fall Resolves for Commerce Resumption By the Associated Pressj Atlantic City N J April Theboard of directors ofthe Unit ed States chamber of commerce Ballard 40633 LaydeH 40 532 ed tates chamber of commer GriKSs 372 today authorized appointment of i irnmTniaafnn tr nTAoaoH Six Wood Four Johnson Men In commission to proceed to Europe to investigate the possibility of L f a resumption of trade relations be tncts showed the election of five tween the United States and the one unpledged Russian people President to Name Commission President Homer L Ferguson delegates and Incomplete returns from six oth the elec er districts indicated tion of eight Wood two John son and two unpledged delegates altho the vote in some cases was close One district the twelfth had er commission composed of the secretaries of war agriculture and interior This commission would have authority over all matters per taining to the development of water power in which the federal govern ment has jurisdiction or in which it ia interested as an owner of lands or other property necessary to such projects Three Years to Examine The commission may issue pre liminary permits allowing appli cants three years in which to make examinations of water power proj ects prepare plans and make finan cial arrangements The commis sion also may issue licenses for a period of 50 years from expiration of the preliminary permits The bill would also encourage the building of head water storage reservoirs to equalize power pro duction prevent floods and obtain water for irrigation purposes after being used for generation of power Governznent Can Purchase Plants At the expiration of the 50year license the government under the bill is giventheoption of purchas ing the hydroelectric plants by paying the licensee his net invest ment or it may issue a new license The federal government the bill provides may take over and oper ate any water power under license in time of war for manufacture of explosives or any use conduciveto national safety Senator s said lie formed that water power develop ments to be undertaken onenact ment of tbe bin would have a ca pacity of more than 4000000 horsepower and would open to nav igation more than 4000 miles of the upper reaches of streams was directed to name the members of the commission and given au thority to bring the project to a successful termination with the not been heard from at 7 a ni provision that the commission Gov Edward I Edwards was I should make its report to the board elected head of the Democratic big four Other Democratic delegates atlarge elected all withoutoppo jsition were James R Nugent Es of directors commerce group previously had unanimously adopt ed a resolution proposing American po b cev pnnnfv nomnrratiV Tpndfr trade with Russia be resumed and sex county jjemocrauc ieiuei Qf Mayor Frame Hague of Jersey City I DfeiU ala and Mayor Frederick W Donnelly Cost of IVvmBiscusspd of Trenton There was no Dem conventions genwal and ocratic choice for presidentprint group sessions today discussed ed on theballot problems of transportation and Coca Cola Shares Paid Colbys Law Firm to Settle of this that it amounts to a conspiracy if it is not actually that and 1 protest that it shall not be permittedto render abortive our efforts to se cure for the men we represent the relief that has been denied them for 10 long months Mr Carter declared that increas ed wages paid railroad employes had been almost imperceptible In their effect on prices and added that they might bo disregarded as a factor in the high cost of living Shea Kicks on Questionnaire Timothy Shea vice president of the firemens brotherhood protest ed against data from the the board receiving railroads on the wage demands in the form of a questionnaire as suggested by E T Whiter of the executive committee of the roads Chairman Barton stated that the board was impressed with the nec essity for quick action but was en titled to all information on the sub ject that it considered necessary JOIU MJy OKI AKHOclntf I Molnos April deatli Hut in the explosion of the Oes Molnes Gas company remained at four thin morning Two of the King and John W in serious condition The other three injured nion expected to recover Two investigations ono by the company and ono by county officials will be conducted to determine the cause of the explosion BREWER BANKS HIS PILE NATION GETS WET AGAIN By thw Associated Press Chicago April Iandsburg Chicago brewer an nounced todav that he had invested a fortune in obtaining new brewer ies believing that the United States will not remain as dry as It Is now Uindsburg purchased the entire American stockholdings of the Mil waukee Chicago Breweries ltd an English holding company own ing all the stock of the United States Brewing company he said The American holdings were said to approximate 1917000 Flour a Pound in Vienna and Limit Is Two to Customer Chicago April flour selling at a pound Johann Lot director of posts in Vienna has written to Mrs John Peter De Grpot of 6035 Neva avenue Nor wnod Park a former employe beg ging for food He writes that only two pounds of flour are allowed a customer at the while it can be price mentioned obtained for 20 Say Theyll Quit Ukraine Soon as Foreign Invaders Are Drivenfrom there Atlanta Ga April mony that in beneficial cerificates was paid by the old Co 1917 to the I ca Cola company in governNew York law firm of Colby Brown of which Bainbridge Col by now secretaryof state was a member in settlement of a claim for breach of contract Lodge Leads Winners in G 0 P AntiDry Aspirant Whip ped on Demo Ticket cBy the Associated Press Mass April organization slates of Republican peiiate aiiu iiuusc is evyeoLcu uy me nrpoirtpntiol Conferees thus ending a fight for t Svater power legislation which began 10 years ago delegatesatlarge to the conventions were elected stahtial majorities in yesterdays Harding by 12281 Votesproduction as hearing on the high 0 April i cost of living and organized la returns today from yesterdaysbors attitude toward recent legis presidential primary election inflation Ohiofrom allbut 582 of the5882 precincts in the state showed Senator Harding wras leading Gen Wood by 12281 votes Thevote in the precinctsstood For Harding 114893for Wood 102612 Additional returnslate indicated that 38 and pos Ohio tothe Republican national preference primary to the complete vote to Poindexters Backing at Home Uncertain Party Chiefs Hopeful Senator Henry Cabot Lodge led the Republican big four who headed the ballot as a group He ator Harding on first choice The same returns Which maybe I altered in oneor two idistricts up on later advices showed that Wood probably would have eight and pos was followed in the order named sibly 10 delegates by Speaker Frederick H Gillett of 1 Returns showed three of the four By the Associated Press Warsaw April general advance by Polish forces along a 180mile front in tothe Ukraine was announced in todays com munique by the Polish general staff The movement it Is set forth is for the expulsion of the foreign invaders Russian bol The Poles covered about 50 miles the first day of their forward move ment their advanced line taking them within 60 miles of Kiev Advance Explained by Pilsudski The advance was explained in a for oreach of contract was pre1 c m sented yesterday in the hearing of I Proclamation issued in the name of injunction proceedings against thelGenPiwudsku bead of the Polish Coca Cola company of Delaware by the Atlanta and Chattanooga Bottling companies S C Dobbs president of the Coca Cola company testified that Colby Brown submitted a plan for reorganization of the old Coca Coia company which was not car ried out The certificates given the firm state and posted in cities and vil lages thru which the Polish forces marched The document announced that after the expulsion of the foreign elements the Poles would remain in the Ukraine only until an au thorized Ukrainian should take control government One section of the proclamation cents a pound thru an American re lief card He asks for a food draft of f 20 to be sent thru the American relief administration und Mrs De Groot ia raising the amount by and J2 subscriptions You could not recognize our beautiful Vienna any more writes Mr Lot There ere only very rich and very poor The laborer earns enough to assureacomfort able living but the official servants are starving Savq Trolley Lines Revision Po88iblefPardee Plea l vAtlantic City N J April J5hn president of the American Electric Railway asso ciation before the Convention of the United States Chamber of Com merce here today appealed to businessmen of the countryto help saye the electrical lines from ruin Whatthe electric railways ask he said is that the laws ordi nances or agreements which noK control them be so readjusted as to make the price at which their product is sold dependent upon the cost of production and not upon ah arbitraryfixed allowance Big Chicago Catholic U to Be Built as Hines Son Memorial Go to Moctezuma Cutting Way of Army from Then Return to 8000 TROOPS BEING SENT TO PUT DOWN Report That Moctezuma Sauz and Gallegos Garrisons Are Rebelling Not Credited By Associated Agint Prieta Sonotm Afftt ly 4OOO Ov ranxa troops at ParnA 28 Approximately 4OOO By the Associated Press ChicagoApril28iArlarga Cath olic university will beC9nsfructed in Chicago according to plans an nounced today by Archbishop George WMundelein The announcement followed the acceptance of a gift from EdwardHines in memory of bis he said were in no sense a fee but reads 2 e i A in settlement of the claim for alleg Together with the Poles there Pntjdward Hines jr who died in ed breach of C9iitract growing out are returning to theUkraine its of the negotiations handled by the heroic sons under Simon Petlura j firm for the sale of the old comwho have found refugewithin Pol I pany the national house of representa tives former Senator William Mur ray Crane and Edward A Thurs iton former chairman of the Re j publican state committee By the AsKoOiatecl Press AntiDry Democrat Downed Bellingham Wash April The Democratic regulars Whether Washingtons state Rei were elected by majorities of three publican convention yesterday inand four to one over former Conj structed all the states 14 delegates gressman Joseph F OConnell whoi to the national convention to his campaign on an antij Jiort Senator Poindexters candidacy prohibition platform delegates at large apparently elect ed pledged to Harding and one pledged to Wood Harding candidates had no op position in three counties and ap pear to have carried 14 districts Girls Academy Split as President Denies Carranza Leaders Agree to Aid Eulogy of H B Stowe Movement Shortly Assertion of Rebel Commander for the presidential nomination iseemed uncertain today There was Those elected are Senator David I Walsh Richard H Long twice successful in three from 4 n Ohio vote for to the Republican national lion out of the fol large no doubt the deleDemocratic nominee for governor Daughert H S4 gates all would vote for the senDistrict Attorney Joseph C tier and Daniel F Doherty ator Republican leaders said The state convention chose four delegatesatlarge instructed Poindexter Of the 35 Republican delegates those at large 29 arc un i pledged but several of these have announced their intention to vote By the Associated Press Prieta Sonora April revolutionary movement ini i i tiated in Sonora has spread into where additional Car vere report rebels said press and Sonora official advices today Sonora revolutionary lead ers said it was indicated the Car ranza government rapidlywas los ing ground in northern Mexico Sf Galvin 86 476 Willis H509b 8y 408 Herrick 106052 Altho their names were not print Richmond Va April pute as to the propriety of a lec ture on Harriet Beecher Stoue re sulted yesterday in the resignation of the entire faculty of Chatham Episcopal institute here and and help in the darkestday for the Ukrainians Want Ukraine to Seek Freedom The document expresses the hope that theUkrainians will con centrate their forces to aid in at taining their freedom which also I will be of aid to Poland Protec tion is guaranteed to all inhabi i tants who are asked to bear pa I tiently the burdens of the war I Important fowns occupied on the j first day of the Polish movement I included Owcrucz Jitomir and Ber ditchev and further south Win France Archbishop Mundelein said two thirds of the departments for the contemplated university already ex isted in Catholic institutions here The engagement for the lecture nitza and Zmyerynha was canceled by the Rev C O nn Tr T rr Pruden president of the institute 253 Y OnK D H OIHC for Maj Gen Leonard Wood The and Herbert Hoover of California j west foflav dpfprion delegation is unreceved 8234 votes in 2340 scatj The Carranza who held that any eulogy of Mrs i Stowe before southern girls would be out of place I Principal Willis and members of the faculty composed in part of women graduates of northern colj i leges disagreed with President i Pruden and when he refused to rescind his order voted to submit to Have Honor to Place of EJS BY US I CTITBTtff 1917 By the AssociateJl Press Washington D C April 323 radical aliens including Jimbiez Chihoahtis yesterday accordlnic to tmttf nmtion jrircn out bore todnrtor Gen P Ellas CWlcsTwS mander of the revolntionteta ta northwest Mexico The troops at Parrml commanded by Amarillao and tbe troofw at Jim Inez by Gen A Gotncm aatA they revolted with the infantry reigtjatmt commanded by Fraadcoo del Arco at another potot tn Chihuahua The troops were under the iiinnuiiii uMiillMMliI of Gen Joqnain Amaro who wns said to have j the rcrolt The newest revolt tat huo it was sold will revolntionary army large titles of ammunition and war supplies Washington D O Aarfl 90 Advices from MextwtoAar thru official channels atate that rebels have occupied tbe town of Alvarado on the gwlf XHtst south of Vcra Cnuc tJwvt federal troops beet sent from Vera CSrUz In fort to regain control of the port El Paso Tex April 28 ing in i Chihuahua City re volting and1 TpyaT troops Was report ed by Carranza officials la Juarez late last night following tbe estab far south as 30 miles north of the state capital on the Mexican Central railway OOO infantrymen In Revolt in the Situation today Six hundred men of the Sixty secondinfantry under Gol Fi gueroa had revolted in Chihuahua City Reported that Gen dMartinez and Lieut Col Almada who have no troops have joined the revolt ing forces Revolting1 troops proceeded as far north on Mexican Central trainas Moctezuma after which they returned to the state1 capital burning bridges along the to cut off troops the Triple Garrison Bebellion ToM Col Francisco del repoftid Tuesday afternoon in command of the revoltingtroops is it th e head of the Fortythird Infan try r Reports that the garrfsoor Gall egos nad revolted were discounted by Jmret military men Two thbusand troopsfrom JEot reonand 6000 from Zacatecas are being rushed to Chihuahua Cttylo put down the uprising Salina Oruz Offices Ixwted j At Salina Cruz on the Bactfte coast all business places ported closed yesterday as sult of the revolt of the ment garrisonof 7Q men T bed the postoffice telegraph ofn BRITISH RACING By trie Press j pledged London April D Mcj Complete Veto Calmonts derbv favorite The complete vote for candidates from ratema by The EetrarchScotch fordelegatesatlarge was won the 2000 guineas the first f the English threeyearold Classics at the New Market races today W Raphaels Allenby fin 60925 Frothingham tering precincts Cox Only Printed Democrat j The name of Gov James M Cox j fil I Ohio was the only one the Democratic Iballot In several districts how By the Associated Pross New York April bodjof j ies of 253 American soldiers of their resignation effective B nday wnich but 80 died in France express office stores disarmed lice and custom officials ait telegraph wires and took all available horses In the city Mexico City newspapers day confirmed reports that reached here or the revolt of Cosio Rebelo and Gen 3laycotte and announced that Gen jRafael et Guajardo near Mexico City had joined the revolution Guadaljara Federals Mobilize Gen Diaguez the federal com mander in Guadaljara district1 Is reported to have 8000 menmobil ized foraction in that district and the Mexican government announces that 2500 federal troops from Man zanillo have disembarked at Hacat lan to reinforce the small garrison there now threatened by thetS0n ora troops i the 241 recently sent to Russia on Other advices received today the Soviet Ark Buford have i official sources questioned the been deported since the enactment possibility of reinforcementsreaeh the immigration law in 1917 j ing Mazatlan wheri the federal lett Sioxii 4 o y 4 f j ttctnii i S63 Fuller 30439 Lawson 18ever the name 01 William O and that several Carranza leaders had agreed to join the revolution at a time agreed upon He said he expected all of northern Mexico to turn to the liberal constitutional ist cause within a week or 10 days 291 McCall 31493 Wood 12 agon was third For months past heavy have been laid on Tetratema this years derby which will be I run at Epson Downson June 2 FUTURES A SUBJECT Democratic Walsh 18320 Pelletier 18129 OConnell fi114 The big four Republican can Adoo was written in cratic candidates for All Demo delegate to the national conventionwere pledg ed to Cox Returns from 3691 outof a to ta of 5882 precincts showed three didates carried 24 of the 38 cities I Harding candidates and one Wood Former Gov Samuel W leading in the race for dele JAY NAMED FOR SALVADOR Washington D C April Peter Augustus Jay of Rhode Is land now counselor of tho embassy nt Rome was nominated today by President Wilson to be minister to 6v the Associated fress Chicago April 2S Wheat trad who declared himself in favor of gatesatlarge to the Republican na thenomination of Herbert Hoover j tional made his best showing in Revere ing and plans the reopening of where he finished third in future will be discussed i Arkansas G O Elects Todav by officials of the Terminal Eleva tor association Grain Dealers Na tional association and Chicago Board of Trade here Thursday There is said to be little prospect early reopening of future trad stick to Safe ElflU cents to preserve the quality advertisement Little Rock The Arkansas convention met hero today to elect Ark April 28 state Republican The vote stood Myfon T Herrick HI John Galvin Frank j B Willis William H Boyd 70484 Edward C Turner 69774 Harrv M i Americas Favorite Pinoke San Felice and TCI Verso Clears advertisement Chairman Johnson of the house j forces are now facing the advanc immigration committee declared inS Sonora troops today I proximately 7000 men 1293 Citncellations Made i San do val Confirms Lacks Detafls Tex April Ruis arrived here today on the armyj transport Mercury from Antwerp i and Southampton Their arrival marked the firstnf nrrpet nave noon tccnon nr return of soldier dead from V o nnn isbuea on gandovalgeneral consel France Tbe bodies of four offi1 w actua arreste the Mexican federal cers were aboard deportation were made said jday confirmed reports of a in Awaiting the arrival at the army Mr Johnson quoting from a letter jChihuahua City capital ofrthe tkte piers in Hoboken was a detachwritten him by Assistant Secretaryof Chihuahua but said hewasTrlth ment of the graves registration Post of the labor department andjout information as to details i made public today by Mr Post service Under a soldier guard of honor four delegatesatlarge to the tional convention in Chicago Leaders predicted the delegation to Chicago would go uninstructed iDauglierty 69L74 Cincinnati lay SJHiart Backwl returns Indicated that Harding men would attend the na tional convention from 14 districts Active lireconvention campaigns had been conducted by supporters A daylight sayings ordinance of Gov Frank O Lowdon of 11111 passed by the Cincinnati city council nois and Maj Gen Leonard Wood I was approved 19545 to13166 There have been 1293 cancellalirr the caskets were prepared for shipi tions and warrants of deportation icilLfl lit ment home by rail Kach body will had been issued up to last Saturj The Courier should be deliv ered at jour home before oclock Ifthru error of the carrier boy or othor cause you fall to receive your paper by that time plense Phono pi a copy ofthe paper will io aev Phone calls must rcncb iMs office before p in Utlca N Y April Frank Bruno of Clevolnnd died yesterday in Frankfort near horo as a result of taking poison tah be accompanied by a uniformed i day nightto thenumber of 762 j guard of honor who will remain j anarchists communists Russian with his charge until the casket ist workers andthe like As 323 have lowered irU the final resting place heen deported the number actual and Darmstadt Wait on Entente Decision By the Assoolnted Press icaco April 2S A general YOUXOSTOWX GROWS Washington D C April Mm band or r ii rnr cluldien Holiday NutmarKarinc The brand ttm equals Butur advertisement court here yesterday for an alleged l campaign of slugging and throwing 4inis of nion is n cw I6 o iWps longed to the old established broth1 Portsmouth O sann 4041 S1S7 erhood of Railway Clerks By the Associated TPressV Paris April Milier and in malting a declaration chamber of deputies tpday onbtne i supreme council meist Remo said thafthe and Darmiitadt territor 4541 ies would be evacuated bythe s4 French as soon as the allied coni i missions have established that the nji German armed force over the ber allowed by the convention of Mich 4SV85S 239 August 1919 nadbeori wlthdrawm   

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