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Syracuse Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1919, Syracuse, New York Largest Circulation in Now .ex- New York city zihcL Buffalo. BACUSE H FIRST SECTION PRICE SEVEN CENTS NO. N. SUNDAY JULY 1919. SIXTY-EIGHT PAGES PRICE SEVEN CENTS 34 TREATY MJ ALL SHIPS OF US. TIED UP IN NEW YORK Secretary Makes Statement on Leaving Marine Workers on Gov- ernment Impa- tient at Walk Out on Strike. Declaring Treaty History's Greatest In-JSTRIKE AFFECTS stance of Unified World Statesmanship. CARSON TELLS TO MIND GREAT STORM WRECKS SHIPS 'IN CHILI PORTS Three German Ships and Two Sailing Craft Washed Ashore and Are Broken Up. Many Problems Remain Unsettled and Leaders Deck A- Tir-ii o i rp j AT 4. -o I Tney wil1 Tie Up Every j tions Will Be Sorely Tried in Next Few1 J 1 JOWN BUSINESS Committee Detective Charges Huge Fund That Disappeared With jTWO OTHERS ARE Von Bernstorff Is Mys-l REPORTED IN PERIL teriously Reappearing. Dirigible Passes Over Clifden Wireless Station on West Coast of Engine Disabled. American Diplomatist Admits. Paris. July leaving1 for 1lie United States to-rjight. Secretary Lansing made the following statement to the American thoughts rush to mind on leaving the peace confer- Port Along the Atlantic'Campaign on Here to Cre- Seaboard. ate Anti-British Feel- He Says. New July -shipping flying tlie American flag- from the j port of New York was tied up to day when thousands of water front SECRET AGENTS THROUGHOUT _______________ i Grand Jury Investigations' Are Threatened in Up-1 Causes Widespread'Air Machine Traveling Over County Galway at Havoc Along Chilean1 Coast and Many Vessels Are i 60 Miles an at Pulham Sun- day Morning. London. July The Associated Pulham airdrome has received a wireless message from the E.-34 say- CHURCH BACK OF.ITj oiii-c after six mouths of effort. Never before lias such jn any conciUSi0n with gathoving been held for twenty-seven nations to liquidate jsh'ip owners and walked out on world war and establish a new order and a laboratory where n world system corroboration has been born out of necessity. '''Out of it all has come the most important international document ever the treaty of peace with a docu- jncnt which not only meets-the issues of the present war but also clown new agreements of the most helpful and most hopeful The nations art bound together to avert another world backward peoples are given a new hope for their several racial entities are liberated to form naw a beginning is made toward removing unjust economic restrictions and the great military.autocracies of Central Europe rc destroyed as the first step in-a general disarmament. treaty of not all that we had hoped for. It Will Join in Movement He Alleges Is Under Way. could hardly be expected to be. Too many interests were involved as well as too many legitimate documents which would tax 'the most perfectly balanced mind. Nearly everyone port will find in it weaknesses both of omission and provi- 01. W sions inserted whic hniight better have been left and provi- sions left put which might better have been inserted. STEPPING STONE TO NEW ORDER. strike. The walkout came while union offi- cials and officials of the United j States Shipping board were endoav- orinpr to reach an amicable settle-1 ment the foMlo July The Associated 12th of July celebrations were carried out to-day In Ulster on a large scale. Sir Ed- ward the Irish Unionist speaking at the Orange dem- stration at Holy Is a campaign going on In America at the present moment fos- tered by the Catholic which will soon be Joined by the Germans and their funds in order to create a great antl-British feeling. I want good feel- Ing between America and this coun- a month Increase and a closed shop. Say Strike Will Spread. Strikes were declared on privately owned vessels several days but until to-day the ships operated by the government had not been af- fected. The shipping board operates about 50 per 'cent of the vessels en- gaged in coastwise shipping and about 90 per cent of the transocean- steamers. Officials of the unions declared that 1S5.000 marine workers are af- fected by the and that every Atiantic n document be. examined both against the back- ground its creation and in the large of its spirit. From that point of cm ay call it a step- ping stone from the old international methods to the new. If it still holds some of distrusts and hatreds of the war which Germany has full well earned for if its construc- tion has been hindered by memories of secret pacts and it must lie borne in mind that it carries with it the urposo to throw off ihe old methods of international in- e and plotting. the present treaties are but ..starting point of world recon- sfrusf ion. Now that the general plans been laid it now rema'bist o execute them. 'And by that-'f mean not much retributivo action against nations which have recently ran amuck in the but rather the cleansing and healing processes that shall really make good our hopes and aspirations. Greatest Danger Now Faced. there is a great dis- appointment in the world to-day. Many people Kave thought that the mere signing oft het reaty with Ger- many marks the end of the world peril. Public opinion seems to have breathed a sigh of relief and lapped back into apathy. Concentration of purpose on world problems is weak- ening now when it is msot and the forces of disintegration and reaction have been given a freedom of action far greater than when the world was on its ituation to-day Is serious. civilization is still dazed by shook of four and a half j'ears. of 'destruction. Industry and commerce are not yet restored. All of Europe is parts of it are starving. Its whole political fibre lias been shot through. and Hungary are gripped by subversive political Austria-Hungary and Turkey as empires have ceased to Poland and Czcoho-Slovakla are struggling to their feet as mem- bers ot the family of nations. AH that complicated machinery of so- ciety which took decades to elaborate and n world war to tear down can- not be replaced over nlgrit 'a wholly different machinery. Many Questions Unsettled. problems remain unsettled. Territorial to .secure the on Pigi Column AIRPLANE DIES London July Albert Vlckers 1 V died it Eistbourno to-day 1 Albert Vickerg was formerly chair- i man ot Victors Ltd one of Eng- 1 greatait of atcel or will be tied u-p unless the strikers' demands are met. Of the 1S5.000 men which .union officials declared are on strike. arc members of the Marine Oilers and Water Tenders The others are ordinary sea- cooks and stewards. FIRE FATAL TO Victims Plunged Into Mass of Flames When Build-. ing Collapsed. German Prisoners Are July that she expected to attempt a landing there at about State Greenwich mean time' morning. Coming to Syracuse Inquiry. sailing vesels were washed ashore j.-ind broken up in a heavy siorm to- dav. the R-34 early to-day Special to The. Herald. j storm continues. The storm caused New July 12. The Lusk widespread loss among smaller craft. Legislative Committee has turned up evidence that the Germans are London. July message from The German steamers West-' her position Greenwich this morning P. M. New York Saturday as a4.30 6.CO fnjen and Sais may be lost if the The message said she was financing the Bolshevist propaganda in this country particularly In the industrial centers of this State. It will be remembered that Count Von Bernstorff organized a far This few miles south of Belfast. making 60 knots an hour. i advices received here to-day reaching ring for spreading Teutonic Th latest t London. July monster British dirigible K-3-i came June number nome to the British Isles from her historv-making flight across the. iave been sent to the bottom and enormous Atlantic and tO-nigflt. Exactly at ten minutes after 8 o'clock. Greenwich the airship reached the west coast of Ireland and passed over wireless station. She had completed her second crossing 'of the Atlantic in 64 hours and ten minutes after she took the air ships have been damage done along the seacoast ot tion of tiouth acrorciing to The latest report says that the wind T propaganda before the United is moderating. No Information at early Inursciay. 'available In regard to loss of j The P.-34 Is soaring eastward Early to-day entered the war. The ring was sup- plied with seemingly unlimited funds. It has been according to the Lusk committee's that a large part of the huge Ger- man fund that disappeared when Bernstorff left this country is gradu- ally returning through mysterious channels and being turned over to the Bolsheviks. Just how- much ofj Cruelty to U. 5. Troops in France Investigat Scott wire- Counts Galwav. to-night at i 'that he was heading the F.-34 relations between the United .States When Von Bernstorff left speed of only about 30 miles an for East whers the dirigible .'hour. Her disabled engine cut. set forih Or. her flight across the her progress to 40 miles an hour dnr--Atlantic. Possibly because of un- j davlig-ht hours to-day and favorable weather conditions prevail- I there was a further reduction of inp- over the airship's com- i speed as darkness came on co-nighr changed his mind and wire- land she encountered the le.ssed this afternoon that he was i weather prevailing over the British heading Pulham. j Isles. At her present rate of progress The Air ministry accordingly tele- will not reach Pulham. in Nor- graphed instructions to Pulnara and I July until Sunday afternoon. 'a lflrSe force of men went on duty of America and but I am j --hoVtiv before war de 'tion of cruelty to Ameri-j Abandons East Fortune Landing. tn i a nf coimtrj shortly before TIar was ae------_________ a not going to submit to this kind of a congregation whether for friend- ship or for any other purpose. Tells U. S. to Mind Own Affairs. seriously say to America to- day you attend to your own we will atend to ours. You look after your own questions at we will wv un v- ut _ LilC i Ullltl 111 ill- LM LW U-U.U LllC clared it was learned by the soldiers arrested in France The wireless messages received a. landing in ease she arrived before service that he had sent the many 'placed in prisons in ana near from Major Scott early this evening despite the indications millions collected in this country conducted next week by doubt as to whether the j the weather would delay her. the German war loans to the consular special House 'R-34 to sail over London. The At 3 o'clock this afternoon. Green- officials of his country m committee of spcdal House reporting. her posi_ h rcached 53 00 and South America. committee investigating war ex- Uon sne was bearing noVh no-'th 20 we t a position It .is this money that the Investi- Ippndirurea. Accusations made In the directly eastward to Pulham north nbou- 1-iQ miles -west of Countv that would Ireland. It was then seen that thai the United States to aid ihe linger. July fire- men were killed and 40 others In- jured In a spectacular blaze that de- stroyed a five-story brick ware- house here this afternoon. Among the dead and injured were several firemen who recently returned to duty after serving In the army In France. The victims were plunged into mass of flames three walla collapsed without warn- pulled in as the upper floors fell a weight of burlap bags and cement. Rescuers worked more than two hours in extricating the bodies. The Lieut. Thomas Kelly. Harry LeGrand. John Green. Charles F. Zorr. Thomas Ennls. The- building was .occupied by the Burlap Bab company. The loss was about Pleasure Plane Is Forced to Land on Lake Erie Waters to Be look after ours. We will brook all the German money was inquired in our own affairs not sent out of the country at Mr. Dallinger declared July Exchange y however powerful. It not for what we waged the great time and some of that left here furnish the investigating he would committee carry her over but would not the dirigible could not reach London .'iring her to British capital I to-night war of Independence which has just i Bolshevism. been concluded What right had an Lusk Has'Names of Agents. American mission to come to this I is being used to further the cause of with Information regarding of Telegraph dispatch from here in a breach of to-day said It is estimated there that of one natlon German prisoners will be re- patriated within the next few days. which were a fitting 'parallel to the horrors of the Middle I Apes and the tragedies of the French Girl Two Fatally Hurt as Car Turns Over July 24 years of was Instantly Robert 29 years What first led the investigators Revolution. olt Into .this phase of the Bolshevik- letter from James TV. Beckman attempt to stir up I activities was the discovery that the x.u. York. a former sergeant aters in which they pacifists and I. W. v agitators who of th army. was read into the of Mr. Dallinger. It gave al- George Rector Edouard de Billy strife In mat were not Encouraged Sinn He Says. details'of Boy-Ed were leaders in the dls- where V. Must Pay Wife a Year Former Envoy to U. S. Dies in Paris were or betrayed by 'The encouragement those men semination of Bolshevik propaganda. police and treated with re- New July m gave the Sinn Fein party has created j The committee at this time declines for the. British government far more difficulties tlian they ever had be- fore. I believe that the visit of these men and the encouragement they to discuss the names of any of these j explaining that their cases will be made the subject of grand jury investigations in various pans of 1 gave to which is being state. It was also explained preached throughout the that instructions have added greatly to the campaign to acq-jajr.t the authorities of BUFFALO STRIKERS REFUSE TO MEDIATE assassination of innocent policemen neighboring States with the facts de- were only doing their duty to vcloped at he nad- the investigation warrent of and Mrs. William wlth men looking on who had j 21 years of were not the caurage to arrest the assas- 'hen 'theeroof 'and injured .and three other Bata- islns .sivctv as j nen me root ana -July a thrilling experience while they bat- tled afloat after 'a forced landing on Lake two miles oft Cedar Aviator Lyons of Detroit and hla Harry Cullen of wero sivcd this' afternoon motorboats which went to tttelr They were .tho high powered pleamire- plane belonging to Alys Bryant of Sandusky when cn- glno trouble forced the TJie badly Ukcn via Persons Americans Undor Suspicion. .tv In addition to the funds from Ger- would bring them to sources the committee's invcs- injured about two Sir Edward Carson denounced Sir itigators. have learned that Propaganda Buffalo. July for mediation in the strike of cooks and bartenders in the Buffalo i 1 were rejected to-day by miles northeast of this place early to-day when an driven by Elmer garage keeper vent'on turned turtle while carrying a and distrusted by New July sudden death in Paris of Edourd de formerly deputy high commissioner of France in the United was announced in a cable message re- ceived here to-day from Andre Tar- dic-u. Mr. de Billy the message jprcme'Court Justice McAvoy to-day Xo other detalls were lso rulea' At 'the beginning of the war Mr. de Billy was appointed a lieutenant colonel of artillery and assigned as officer with the British army. i once proprietor of a Broadway I whose name was known throughout j the must pay his wife a year despite the fact that income cording to Horace he sent to Mexico by the Soviet ul elected chairman of _ the Irish con-Jgovernment of Russia with cia have entered the United States be- cause of their abso'ute fallure to home from a dance at Horseshoe added the a nice mess terest the .by their propa- park. WOULD REDUCE HIGH COST OF LIVING made of It.' De Valera Cheered 15 Minutes by Crowd in Chicago July flfteen-mln- demonstration greeted Pe Valora. _ _ of the Irish July de- when he rose to speak at a luncheon signed to reduce the high cost llv- In his honor to-day. Ho was borne Ing were Introduced to-day by tne shoulders of guests at resentatives Upshaw. Kansas. the and Republican. in one hand and an American flag Jlr. Upshaw's measure would direct Secretary Baker to sell surplus foodstuffs of the amounting to pounds. JEFF OF Atlantic July known as the 'of Is. under the charge of Impersonating a federal officer. When tnkon Into cus- tody ho'.had a d'itectlvo _badgc and a pair ot handcuffs. He it held In jail turn to work until their demand for an eight-hour worked in ganda. One of these agents was in falo last week In conference with the Bolshevik leaders. His movements j were traced from the border to Buf- falo and' during the trip he was- in almost constant touch with the W. agents. The investigators have long lists of 'the names of those backing the Kolshcvlk program. The Herald cor- respondent was informed by a re- liable official to-night that manv of the prominent Americans who have been mentioned in various German investigations arc aiding the Russian agitators. This man intimated that consecutive is'granted. SEVERE PENALTIES Atlantic City. N. J.. July Will past twenty-four hours have l getaway day for the who have i j been attending their annual tion here. That the members B. P. 0. are good spenders was shown July men con- victed of illicit speculation in sugar. behind. Everything bene- fited but the for It was strictly a dry convention. Death Has No Terror for Him July Faw- cett awaiting electrocution rnu ni i. IL u.i LI LIUII were sentenced to from one The Elks will meet in Chicago next at Sine Sing within two weeks for Angeles will likely belthe murder of two employes In con- in the other. Mr. De Valera camo to Chicago _ this morning-and was received by a j legal action will be taken against committee of 100 and a large j these men without the matter being on Page Column crowd. Among the events on his program to-morrow is a mass meet- Ing- at the .Chicago National league baseTjall park. In his luncheon ad- dress Mr. De Valera told his audi- tors they were those whom your Lincoln irpnlcalry derided as upholders of the that oho makes a slave of It li nobo.dy else's The principle of self-determination of peoples to select their own yov- to fifteen months imprisonment and-3'ear _____ __ fined in the aggregate selected for 1921. Officers of the by the criminal court at Marseilles. Elks deny that General Pershing will This verdict will be followed by even boomed by them for more severe penalties for profiteer- Ing in the necessities of life. NON-PARTISAN LEAGUE HEADS FOUND GUILTY July Jury _ in the trial of-President A. C. Town-i located. As his last official act at ley. and Jos of the Chaumonl. General Pershlng Partlsan late to-night found rated the Levy the defendants guilty of the charge who is a chaplain of army of conspiracy to teach xllsloyalty In'with the American 'service modala. The movement against exhorbitant profits Is assuming large proportions. A bill Introduced in- the chamber of deputies recently goes so far as to prescribe the death penalty for mer- chants taking execessive profits or attempting to accumulate large stocks of provisions. Pershing for July John Per- shing to-day left American headquar- ters at Cr.aumont for where American headquarters now is to Brand Whitlock Is New Ambassado ef Italy July Whltlodc has been named as American ambas- sador to Brand Whitlock at present holds the post of minister to to which he was appointed in 1913. Sir. Whltlock's appointment as ambas- sador to Italy has been considered for some weeks past. He succeeds Nelson .who recently nection with the robbery of the east Brooklyn savings bank several months informed Brophy to-day he would take no The warden paid him a special visit to warn him that time was short and that it he intended to he had best do so immediately. would not go through red tape for the sake of saving my declared who at his trial professed boredom at 'the lay which'resulted despite his confession to the double murder. is immaterial to me when end comes. I had just as soon have the execution now ag at any France Booita July them meet the high cost government has Increased monthly pay of Marshal shal Joffre and Marshal Petain
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