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Portsmouth Weekly Times (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Portsmouth, Ohio VOLUME 55. PORTSMOUTH. OHIO. FRIDAY, JANUARY Arrest Of Red MINERS RATIFY ACCEPTANCE American Slain Ambassador To OF PRESIDENT'S PROPOSAL By Carranza U. S. Ordered WVJ.IIISCTOX, D. 0, 7.-A .arrjiii for 'lie lMchvlst'. -V K. SUrtW. itilnl aralwssaUor of Bussum by the ivas Mruleiis' Marlms by olfrfiik. ml of woriwatst parly the I'tdlftl wis said ID be hi Ui-hinjjlon. Ills arrest was tsperltd I >wn. Determination ol ll.e Rorernmout to tt'.e Martens iiito custody was definite- ;F made afier all evidence wlilcli liail i' on niiivltiea of the Russian bureau in New York had been 1 by Assistant Attorney Gen- 'iarvan. While" offirials would ro; diidoie the nature of the eviilt wild'sow of it promised to IHJ Martens csrnc to Wnaliii.gUm nearly t apo from New York anj with lj ami Other assistants, lifts ovupinl a suite at a local hotel, less [tin three blocks from the department tf justice. ami who last i [uiblic a statement attack- ing the department of justice. YORK. C A- K. Martens, fipriot wlinni ihe department of justice is to arrest on ;i deportation warrant, is In sfou, his bureau here announced today. IVspile this statcnx-nt. every haunt and associate or Martens is beius "covered1' by FC- erot sew ice agents and police, it was learued. r .ICTtey offi'.-ials linve boon asked to visit viiflic.il luec-tfoc places foi' traces of was said, ami railrixut terminals ivcre being watched for his possible arrival nt or departure from New York. Hecht..counstl for Martens n cording to ;iii KsllinnUin TO EUilJiiT COX OR POMERENE YOUXUSTOWX. O., Jun. 11. Mwjre, national comiuiUee- j Luuiij before leaving here today for I the Jackson Day rally of the p.uty at Washington, sail! Ohio iuratic leaders will attempt to late one of the state's potential iilaies for president :it n nu'Cllnc o, Jin. itif' vote u( to a-iinsl Hie recouvrntnl riMitnitioii uf, the rnilrJ Workfrs of AiutrUit lotljy vokd aflirraalion of the action of. (lit- iutenialiiMial in accepting! proposal to Ihe cuul wtrike. AccoriUnp lo Art ing IVtMdfiU and nilwr ohTirials, the; 'iinTirniiition rairiw ivitlt it an imrnt ubidc by tlm dfrUiou of the naiufil by IhP toi llw belvvM-n inin- 'ers and operators. 'I Ii'.- vole (akrn afkr dayV I debate on ;i molioti piramtrd by' Murray, of the rctiiv1 svliani.i Miners' Organiiatlon, railing i fur fndorsemfnt nf (lie roursr pursued !hy Ihe officUK jUliiufc was jiifn ull delrgutn to (heir liews, Co.- n WHS immediately :deiil l.ru-N .liinl :ili foi Afli-r yole was (.ikeu, i'ranl; of the llHnoIs Army Officer O. C- Jun. FIRST WOMAN TO 'M REPORT DOlNCiS OF "lt- of HOUSE OF COMMONS hilkl) Ll Mexitan aniiy ufficer at TiiNuani un IhTfinljrr :'M, lit by (lip ilale Iml.ij from the Amer- ican i on sul at 'ruinniio. j Tlic1 fi'iu-iil wr.s or-
uf Auu-vk'aii dil Yi-sieriijy i ou.-yL nt TiuiU'K'C re- Ipni-ied ihi- iimrdc-r nf .1. Kuney :iml jKsirl Knwlrp, oil nini miiitayrri ill iTiLinitScrt fields. The the i Mexico City to urge Mexifun ornititiit lo tnkc imnupl sieps I'rins 'the unilty to and siuillur jjc- >liuii liy iho In I lie 'Toiler wlipji coii'iil 1 hnd inMitioiuil luroiinntLnik Tl-.e HiHlmvilio.s tirM re- All kinds of precedents are beuie llflrlpr h'ul with the entrance of jly shot by Q En n re- Nancy J-anjthorce Aator to the house jiiirnlnjc from n ilaiirc. of commons. On it atmeted in nw4 htr's' here today. Detectives broke into the by the fro.it ami rrar rods. While one cf the ami vmled a. reioltrr from Mrs. Bf rjtWl. rbotnrr of the two draft the fllbers wrnt. through the and found Grovrr in a blanket, bid- ing in a box srat. He .without root rest or collar. The prisoner was tahrn.to the frrfrral building in a motor rar. The snnh for thr BrrgdoUs the federal agents -all over Ihe country. Oroier. away in a trijti powered motor qw and re- ports reached Iht5rily lhat he 'was hi TarmiA sertiocu on Ihr :He sent impudent on post cards to the' au- thorities. Once he was 'seen in Mexiro-and in Cuba. He .was provided with A large Mim of money. His 'mother, Mrs, Emma BtrEdoll, is. the widen of a wealthy brewer. Although bom in this country. Ihe Vergdolb- were of
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