Ada Evening News, October 17, 1919

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October 17, 1919

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - October 17, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma Choice Che Hba Corning VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 186 ADA, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1919 THREE CENTS THE COPY Amendments to Treaty Are Badly Defeated and Democrats Are Elated “FLYING PARSON.” AIR DERBY HERO, WILL RE-ENrrp MINISTRY, HIS WIFE ASSERTS YllJLAOftCKS OF HOMANN WON DNRIMi ii-' TMK KXUit.II KMP KROK IS TO Bt: KOHMAN KNX CITIZEN. by th# Associated Pre*" WASHINGTON. Oct. 17 Having defeated the Shantung amendment to the peace treaty by a vote of HKAD Oft*' TMK RUSSIAN NORTH-W KST KUN ARMY STANDING BEFORE PKHtOGRAD WITH FORTE. DOORN. Holland. (By Mailt ‘ The House of Doom.” as the estate recent 1> purchased here by th< former German emperor has been; jn relays called for centuries, lies tight in Republican LONDON. Oct.    17.—Moving at best. amendments that they would present reservations dissenting from the Shantung award. More than twenty senators took ! part in today’s debate, extended    -- »5 to 35. the senate was ready today speeches being made for the amend- resume th** reading of the printed iuent bv Senators Johnson of Cali- by th. Adiated «*** l-.rnr Ihi irSilv a four day job! forma. Sherman of Illinois and La LONDON. Od with woald clerk, reading Follette of Wisconsin, all republl-, steadily forward, General Yudenitch| cans. and against it. by    Senators    at the head of the Russian north- leaders declare ’hat i Phelan of California .a    democrat,    western army is standing virtually the mid*t of this clean, slow-moving; yesterday’* vote had no possible and McCumber of North Dakota, a before Petrograd. Tsarskoe Selo, the little Dutch village who*e 3.OOO or bearing on the line up for ratifi- republican. Senator Williams, demo- former country residence of Czar; « tnhsSdants whtie no. Vail ex- c^on. lniis.ioK that there was no;era.. Mississippi. Injected into the Nlcholas „as been captured while' cited about it are looking forward hope of ratifying the treat) without discussion a bitter denunciation ot Krasnove Sela, just a little farth-with considerable interest    to number-    reservations. They pointed out that I the attitude of some Irish-Ameneans    er north, baa also fallen before the ma among their burghers one    WU-    manv of the fourteen republicans! and sharp replies were    made »>.    advancing anti-Bolshevik forces. ham Hohenzollern, formerly of Pots ! announced they would demand roger-* Senators Phelan and Gerry, demo- s0Viet troops are reported to be ^w,    Nations which would serve substan-i erat. of Rhode Island.    leaving Petrograd, a mutiny having The villagers, alone    with    most    Dally the same purpose as amend-} After the roll call a    few    broken out among the forces. Ad- persons in this section, of the couti- ments.    utes was devoted to the formal pea. -    indicate that the Yudenitch try, believe, however, that he is; Democratic spokesmen were elated mg of the long treaty text and I ne : f0rC€6 are encountering only feeble coming here to settle down for life. for the reason, they said, that the] leaders expect to continue their_taak rwdmtance lf that be his intention he has se-! vote was larger than the opponents tomorrow. The general prediction farther Atolls of the situation letted as a voluntary subsitute for of the treaty had expected.    was that a vote on the remaining    .    Moscow have not been St. Helena one of the prettiest spots    amendm^.s would not be reached!    Bolahe- in Holland. There is nothing in the    WASHINGTON. Oct. 16. - The before the middle of next neek. estate he has purchased or in the!long-debated Shantung amendment to    ~    ^ surrounding country to suggest a the peace treaty presented by Sena-    Mw    TOey loud. PlDoo?n.^ike Amerongen is one    foreign Relations    'tmend^ienf    Shanl,,nK I    r^"hf    nXheX*1    ! of the few villages in Holland on was rejected in the senate with a amendment was    ilnvnh    1 been renulsed alone the entire newt ground that seems to bt* above the majority of an even score against RLI I BLICANO    Ball. Bot ah. .    P    *    £    . wpa level instead of canals and dvkes    it.    ; Brandagee. raider. Capper. Curtis,    front. «d the monotone,,s fiat land ocru- in the vote of    35    to    55    fourteen I DMTlirtam. K*!l Francov Krrttushuy- j    Thor.- la also some    uncertainty, by sleepy- looking black and    republicans swung    over    to    the    pro-} UMI, Oronna.Harding.Johnsoni« alif.I    as to the    exact situation vik armies in that region are launch' ! ing counter attacks against General The I Denekine’s lines. With the ex- pied bv sleepy, looking black ana rcpuniicans swung over to me pro-}    —    —j—r".f* ,U‘ white cow-s and pompous, fat wind- treaty forces while three democrats’Jones tWash.l Knox, La Follett, ama whete Russian and Lithuanian nail" which    form    the unchanging    lined up    with those supporting the    Lodge. McCormick. McLean. Moses,    force" arc mobilized. Lithuanian scenes of    most    of Holland, the    proposal    Of the six senators ab-    New. New berry. Norris.    Page, Pen-    . troops have been ordered to advance count**v bout Doom while general sent .two republicans were put on; rose, Phipps. Poindexter. Sherman. | against Shavli in the government flat to be    sure. has he*, and there;    record as    in favor of the amendment    Sutherland, Wadsworth.    Warren and    of Kovno. If this movement should i ii lock. and the    and and    republican and three demo-    Watson -32.    be carried out the Lithuanians would nam iOXliY THE EXTENSION OF FBD-KRAJj CONTROL CAN PREVENT GAMBLERS F*ROM REAPING HARVEST. Mrs. B. W. Maynard, wife of flier, and iheir two children, Evelyn and Rosamond. a fain Ute sjspieio stone ii OI pink Mrs “fly B. I., brick roads erat." Against Adoption. REPUBLICANS Colt. Cummins. Hale. Kellogg. Kenyon. Keyes. Len-root. McCumber. McNary. Nelson. Sterling ami Town* as opposing it. wind quia frequently through forest    Six    Amendment" Lim*, land—most ot it in the private pre-    Tile    roll    call, which came at    the serves of the Dutch nobility.    end of another six and a half hours Hundreds of automobiles    pass of sharp debate, in really swept through Doom daily during summertaway    six    amendments, instead of season, for it is on the main high- one, each change in Hie treaty text Siuoot; Spencer way from Amsterdam and Hotter- having been numbered separately seiid.^ 14 dam to Ame in, winch passes the by ihe committee in its decision to DEMOCRATS Ash inst. Hank Hohenzollern estate. From this road,    strike    out    the word ''Japan''    and; beati, Beckham. Chamberlain, ( ul- throuuh a long avenue of stately substitute the word "China” through bet son. Dial. Fletcher. Gay. Gerry. trees, is v’>ihl»* on*- >id«- of "The the sections relating to th** province Halt is. Hartisou. Henderson. Hitch-House of Doom " There k- also -ii- of Shantung Li> unanimous consent cock. Jon»*s M L Kendrick. King, most a constant procession ot bi- however, the six changes were de- Kirby. McKellar. Myers. Nugent. W. Maynard, wife of the] temporary home at Mineola, L. ring parson.” first man to cross ^ she to^sUylnig    old! DEMOCRATS Gore. Reed. Walsh be in the rear of the German-Rus-. the continent in the big franscontin-Rosamond,\our years-old.* • Mass ) 3. Total 35.    «;ian forces which advanced against emal flying derby, says that her    Lieutenant Maynard was pas Riga last week and since Friday have been' lighting the Lettish and Esthonian troops in that city. ame nouses, ao a rusnnij. hum- io ue aciea OU wy me    uiirij-    .........    ........... all through the season. Ic fact, six previously having been rejected, j land I, Stanley, Swanson. Thomas, ig for summer tourists seems to Of those remaining one relates to j Trainmen. Underwood. Walsh < Mon-IWinrr,'. Atilt- iic-inx a; livoli.    rpnrt-spntat    inn    nu    the!    I    alia    I.    \\    illiaiUS    aud    Wolcott    41 (.KADING BAPTIST DIVINE DIES IX HOSPITAL TODAY ll) Mew** Si*-* itll ServB'e AMERICUS Ga.. Oct. 17 - Dr. lansing Burrows, aged 77. who for more than thirty years was secretary of the Southern Baptist con-\ention and one of the leading ministers of that denomination, died at a hospital here today of bronchial pneumonia. pastor of husband has no intention of remain-1 the Baptist church at West Forest, ing in the air service.    N. C., when the Untied States de- "He will return to the ministry s dared war on Germany, and he en-when he is discharged from the! listed in the air service. In France army." said Mrs. Maynard at her j he became a test pilot at Issoudon. STEEL AND IKON WORKERS FILE BILL AGAINST MAYOR cycling tourists, and the two main bated and \o**d oil as one.    Overman, Owen. Phelan. Pittman, hotels. wi*h their white-painted little    Only    three of the comm ii lee’s    Pomerene. Ran sd el I,    Robinson,    Shep- \e:anda cafes, and the "pensions** or    forty-five amendments now    remain    pard. Shields. Simmons,    Smith, boarding houses, do a rushing busi-    to be acted on by the senate,    thirty-    (Ariz.t, Smith »Ga.), Smith.    Mary- aeee earing ... ____    _    _____ be Doom’s only means ot liveli-    American representation on the    tana). Williams and Wolcott hood. The country for miles around    reparations commission and    two to    Total against adoption 55. is dotted with handsome villas, sum-, equalization of    voting power    in    the    The    six    .senators absent    or paired mer homes of wealthy people of    league    of nations assembly.    were; Amsterdam or Rotterdam and the    Twenty    iii Deflate.    For    adoption—Fernald.    repuhli- more pretentious castles of the Dutch    After    the vote was completed,    can. Maine .and    Elkins,    republican.* Representatives of    the    steel and    iron aristocracy, who live there all the    Senator    Lodge announced that later    West \irgiuia.    workers    union    filed    a    bill    in    equity year round, emerging dally from old he would move    to strikeout    entirely    Against    adoption Edge,    republl-’ in the Allegheny county court this time feudal castle* for carriage ride behind slow but sure Dutch horses _    _    _    _    . driven by solemn looking coachmen given by a number of the republican of Virginia, aud Smith, democrat. ard and Superintendent of Police, R. FIRST COMMISSION CAPITAL AOD LABOR Cl ASH BO MOM I by tho Associated Presa i PARIS, (By Mail.) ? By th# Associated Pres* -1 WASHINGTON. Oct. By the A**SH*,nte*i Press PITTSBURGH. Pa. Oct. 17. Hungary is j WASHINGTON. Oct. 17.—Repre-the first of the late Central Powers; sentatiVes pf capital in the National to receive an otficiitf commission jnduB^rjaj Conference continued their of thi American Red Cross lor cl-    ^    ,    .. vilian work. To meet the urgent efforts today to frame a declaration demand for medical and surgical on the subject of collective bargain-supplies in the hospitals of Buda- ing to be offered as a subsitute pest, a train of 30 cars in charge; lot' the resolution presented yester-of a unit of twelve American offi- day by the committee of fifteen every Hollander has his bicycle. Doom is quite easy of access to the ordinaly tourist. One travels by express train from Utrecht, a fifteen or twenty minute ride, to the station of Driebergen. There he boards a train of small but comfortable cars drawn by a steam locomotive only one size larger than those operated for children in American amusement parks, and this miniature railroad runs down the highwa>. with its narrow track at the right of the automobile road, toward Doom and Amerongen. It is a thirty minute ride from Driebergen and toe train, at the tuenancholy signal of a tin horn blown by the conductor, stops within a hundred feet of the entrance to the estate. There are no guards about the es -    the    sections    awarding    the    Shantung    can.    New'    Jersey; Johnson,    democrat    afternoon    again    Mayor    Babcock,    di-1    cera has    been sent    from    Paris The j while acxnowiea^ s    rights    to    Japan.    Notice    also    was    of    South    Dakota;    Martin,    democrat,    rector    of    Public    Safety;    C.    B.    Fritch-    supplies^    carried    are    valued at ^ iTstent a ti vef omi provldest hat ‘The unit is in    charge or Major!the individual establishments    shall restrain them from onterferlng with A Moffatt, of Brooklyn, and be the basis ot relationship and that restrain Diem irom «metering wnn *    .    R    Wetheanv    of    Seattle    the    employers shall not be required meetings of the strikers in the Pitts-. Major **• »*• meineanj ot * tame,, ^    ^    t  „—    ......... burgh district.    j,,ol!> °f whom have had lonB ex . ’ penence    to relief    work    in France.' em payees in tall black hats. Some of the no- senators who opposed the committee of Soul Ii Carolina bilify have automobiles and nearly J. Alderdice. and other officials to to ie mn John Burns Was Much Surprised At Carnegie Gift to deal with others than their own WASHINGTON, Oct. 16. — The | price of sugar will leap skyward if the plans of speculators are not upset. Federal control of the country’s sugar supply expires on December 31. The domestic demand exceeds all calculations and past records. The stage is beautifully set for a killing by the food gamblers. The sugar shortage, worse than war-time, now gripping the United States, is attributed primarily to increased domestic consumption and to the recent strike of marine workers at Atlantic ports at which shipments of raw sugar from Cuba are received. The increased consumption of sugar in the United States to date, as against the same period last year, is about nine hundred million pounds, or nine pounds per capita. The increase for the year is expected to be 1,125,000,000 pounds. Prohibition and the resulting increased craving for sweets is given as the chief reason for this increase. Students of the sugar situation declare that unless strict regulations are enforced, similar to those effective under the food administration, there will be recurrent sugar shortages throughout this year and next, with prices skyrocketing to perhaps two «r three times their present level. The' sugar equalization board, which bought the entire output of Cuban sugar this year, and which has been able to maintain a fairly steady level of prices, goes out of existence January I, unless new life is given it by congress. It has no authority to execute contracts running into next year. As contracts for Cuban raw are usually made in October and November for the next year's output, the speculative interests are already making large contracts. Unless congress acts and acts quickly, the bulk of Cuba’s next year’s crop will have been contracted for by private interest and the price so inflated that twenty-cent sugar will be almost a certainty for 1920. A bill by Senator McNary of Oregon, is now' before congress extending the authority of the sugar equalization board through 1920, but no action has been taken on it. Failure of the senate to ratify peace also is blamed as one of the factors in the present shortage. Big canners and preservers of fruit,, who normally make their purchases of sugar early, waited this year until July and August in the expectation that lower prices would follow the signing of peace. But peace was not signed and their purchases, coming MHT. MAYNARD ARRIVES IN OMAHA THIS MORNING By Uh* AMCx-iatvd Pre** OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 17.—Lieut. Maynard arrived in Omaha shortly after 8 o’clock t i oui Wahoo. Neb. (at the time the general public was While * buying sugar more heavily, drained STATE DEPARTMENT AT WASH INGTQN RECEIVES THE HEIFORT BUT IT IS NOT BELIEVED. By ’I* AkmcuiW Pre** LONDON, Oct. 17 By Ut# AasueiHted Pres* LONDON,— (By Mail) John - Burns’ many friends have been almost as much surprised as gratified that Andrew Carnegie should have the peace treaty of St. Germain left him £1,000 a year, for Burns - once refused to shake hands with AUSTRIA RATIFIES TREATY OF SAINT GERMAIN TODAY l>y Uh* A*MM >jitt*i I‘l et** VIENNA, Oct. 17.— The Austrian National Assembly today ratified MICKIE SAYS Confirmation Mr* Carnegie. Moreover Burns was tate now. nor walls nor moats toiof reports that British naval forces very proud of having done so and protect the house from the curious ha%e taken the fortress of Kron-;f0nd of telling about it. It happen-; passersby.    It is forbidden, however,    stadt on the Gulf of Finland west, ^    ,n the    precinctg of the House of to walk in    the 2‘»n acre paik without    of Petrograd has not been received. (*anmiong    jn the days before “Hon- .-Pwial penui*Rion. whirl, is not    at the Admiralty others here. Dis-, R,    John..    accepted lhe responsibil- ?.™c    '»>* as Herr    patches telling of the capture of, , f    minigterU, offlce and wa8 Hohenxollern S furniture and art Kronstadt are not credited, it be-    ^    , treasures. 51 big van loads valued jnj. Kaid that the British have only b A    .    b    /    h at something over M 000.000. are    cruiBer(.    j„ ,he vicinity which'    f’gj* b.,ng Stored and placed preparatory m incapable of successfully chal-'    d    English    friends to th*- moving out of the Barones" \*nvinr tho mnress Admiralty of-'? aistinguisnea rmgusn inenas. Van Hee 11 -lit de Ileum ort on Nov- l^Dg!n* tile fortress. AO milkily OI Jn the 1<)bby John Burns waB entail    ne* ms    ta    a*    n«auiort    on    fioials    state    there    was    no    reason    Polintered    and Carneeie’s attention ember    I.    and    the    moving    iii    of the f    fin «he    nlace    counierea    ana V/arnegie s aneniiuu former emperor late in I)«*ceniher or    wa4S    I® him. As Burns used early in January    *    egian4art    fftrtres«    lo tel! the 8tory of tbeir Kronstadt    Im    a    Carnegie stepped up to him smiling at the    head    of    the    Gulf    of    .^inland    and with    outstretched hand and twenty railes west of Petrograd..    s.Andrew Carnegie offers his AKkUt> Of K f MAWN MFY KVR— CV)Vm%OCM TAVC.YS AH WVfUOVf IM UXRl’ltt TW Ot* tntiT OMMCX fua cf TUtM OCVKRKUM HMY    vrYBK*R    TMJOPta TH* REPORTER. V4HE.V4 NNY The transportation is under Captain    ~ H H. Kidder of MaryhlU, Wash.,!    WASHINGTON, Oct.    I and the personnel is under Captain the representatives of capital were j the market. Howard Armstrong of Buffalo. Other in session, the labor and public Approximately 500,000 tons of members of the unit are:    ieiu.    groups marked time and conference I sugar remain in Cuba of the last John A. Langston of Cleburne. Tex., officials said they did not know \ crop. And in the meantime the Unif-Lieut. Frederick H. Mead of Troy, I when the day’s session tvould begin. (States is using between 500,000 N. Y.; Lieut. William Hosie of Troy, The public delegates indicated a and 600,000 tons per month. N. Y.; Lieut. L. E. Walsh of Am- willingness to refer the entire ques-; Beet sugar supplies trom Utah horst, Mass,; Lieut. V. G. Oldshue tion of collective bargaining back jan(* olher western states should be-• of Pittsburgh, and Sergeant ll BJ to the committee of fifteen, al-|^in to com^ on {he market within j Heimpach of San Francisco.    though labor delegates expressed I n^xt month, relieving the situa- I The commisison was sent to Buda-! vigorous opposition to further post-1 Lj®!1 111 the wf,^ and1 midd!e j pest at the request of the Inter-; poiiement of the steel strike arbitra-! source wl11 tsapi>ly about 1-5 “ I Allied Commisison in Paris. Hos-!tjon resolution    I    OOO tons per month. pitals in Budapest were reported |    »      ^    h* Louisiana crop will not start as crowded to overflowing but with-    til1 after Christmas. This    winter’s out the barest necessities. A report    TI    imO    III    fllfl    III!    supplies    from    Hawaiia and    the Phil- on the situation in in Budapest sent    rl    lf |(\    III    HI|«    AIK    ippines    will    be practically negli- to Paris by one of the advance    I Ll LUU    111    Ultl    filii    gible. agents of the American Red Cross,!    .**...1    The Pr««P^t dosing Philippine RICE AGM TODAY :t TH OL of taYMIft . YO ( VKKttMjET' ^ PRESIDENT WILSON Construction was bogun by    hand    to    John    Burns.”    To    which but in recent years it has been entirely rebuilt. The port has been Burns replied. “John Burns refuses to take the hand of Andrew Car- VERY Unit BETTER!srssn:-“• December, 1917. By th* A*MK*iaUtd Pre** WASHINGTON. Oct 17.—While multi-millionaire. __i    Burns had said many violent ’    _ things against capitalists. There is WASHINGTON,    Od.    17.    Re- no doUbt that Carnegie had a sincere ports of the capture of Petrograd, admiration for Burns as a self-edu- i roaiocn. w liaon wa. looi.ne won.,nd Kron«udt ** northweatora Rn*    aBd    man.    And    po* his    n^ciana    saw    the    con“    I *tan    fore*8 unde[    General    Yudon-, alb|jr ,Q later year* Burns chanced d it ion* from    which    he    had    been    snf-    Iitch    recelvwl    at the    .    | his opinions concerning Andrew Car doon from which he had been auf- partment t^ay from an American faring for several days was hold- j £,nBUjar officer in Sweeden on the,__ nLt tvowAi ‘KrtSn ^ I Finish border. ConfirmaUon of the    KIEL HT ARTS ON L fnnnw^e hmuftin?    reports had not been received but    RETURN    FLIGHT    TODAY ^ V iftff th IH was said they were generally cred-    --- White House, Oct. 17, 12.25 p. | jted |n gWeedeii.    !    By the Awwdstad Vnm “k.     '    MINEOLA. N. Y„ Oct. IT.-—In the mornln* HI* temperature* pulse and I    lighthouae    of Madras, Indla. tace of a stron* northwest wind “ ion are normal The nrosUUc 115 ,eet    0011    be    “*n    ,rom    *,    blowing 40 mites an hour. Lieut. E. „ ” “    I    shlp-B deck    dft«en miles at sea.    C. Kiel In    a DeHavelsnd 4 airplane __________________started on    the return flight to San The word “guess,” popularly sup- Francisco In the •od to he    n Yankeeism,    In common air race at 9:41 o dock this mom- In Chaucer    in IU modem    sense.    lug. says: “Hungary’ today seems the feast able of any of the defeated nations to right itself and resume its place!    __ among the people of the world.! Budapest, the capital, finds itself By Ow Associated Presa face to face with famine, its clit- CLEVELAND, Oct. 17. j sugar altogether in the future is I a factor that should be viewed with ! concern by congress, in the opinion i of Josiah Bernhardt, of the sugar | equalization board. Japan has been busy buying sugar "prospects” in the Capt. L.! Philippines covering the 1920 and zeus lacking not only food, coal and H. Smith landed here from Buffalo I *921 crops aud has contracted to clothing, but its sick are dying at 1:05 P. M., making the 187 milesipay as    as 10 and 11 cents per for want of medicines fid the means |n 9# minutes.    ’"ni" “c    ^    - for surgeons to operate, "The hospitals still have hundreds of wounded men, but most of ihc patients are civilian sick—men, women and children—whose constitutions have been undermined by war. Sugar, milk, cocoa, chocolate and other delicacies so necessary for the upbuilding of the sick, are practically unobtainable.” BUFFALO, N. Y., Oct. 17.—Capt. L. H. Smith, flying the airplane used by Major Carl Spats over more than half the course of the transcontinental air race, left here at 12:29 for Cleveland. In courting a San Blas Indian maiden the successful suitor must chase her and catch her in the water. The air of “The Star Spangled Banner” is said to have been written I by Samuel Arnold, a Briton, 1783. ROCK ISLAND, 111., Oct. 17.— Lieut. B. W. Maynard was given an ovation by an enormous crowd on his arrival here at 12:15 p. rn. from Des Moines, Iowa, having made the 158 miles in 83 minutes, breaking his own record for this leg of the Journey. Lieut. B. W. Maynard left Rock Island for Chicago at 12:47 p. rn. pound at the mills as compared to a price of 5.88 which covered the whole of Cuba’s contract with this country last year. There is considerable doubt whether the authority of the sugar equalization board can legally be extended over the Philippines and the whole crop of these I islands may fall into the hands of ! Asiatics. to I MAJOR SPATZ ARRIVES IN BUFFALO TODAY condition is not as satisfactory as ghlp Yesterday and is checking the general imporvement of the past two weeks. (Signed) Grayson, Ruffin and Spit!.” ISSffE WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight and Saturday, and wanner, is the way the weather mao handed out the “dgpe" today. The Gordon setter was bred 1800 by the duke of Gordon crossing the English setter and the collie. in by Mt. St. Elias in Alaska is 3500 feet higher than" Mont Blanc, called by Byron “the Monarch of Moun-talns.” ny the AwocUted Pre** BUFFALO, N. Y., Oct. 17—Major Carl Spats, leader of the filers doubling hack from Mineola to San Francisco in the trans-continetal air race, arrived here nom Rochester at 9:16 A. M. Lei a Want Ad get it for you. RADICAL LEADERS ALI TAKENJY OFFICERS By the Associated Press GARY, Ind., Oct. 17.—Raids of suspected radical leaders here was resumed by the military authorities and twenty men were arrested during the night. Fifteen were placed in cells after examination. Only 800 of the original 1600 Federal soldiers sent to Gary when Major General Leonard Wood instituted military control remained today. Five hundred troops were returned to Fort Sheridan yesterday. ;

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