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   San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - November 12, 1919, San Antonio, Texas                               DAIRYMEN Co your pocketbonk a redl fsror ty Tur iiiu UMI Iflt IT-IT ret SAN MQNIO WCHINE SUPP1T CO. SAN ANTONIO KELLY AXES F. W. HEITMANN CO. "HOUSTON VOLUME NO. 313. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1919. PAGES. ESTABUSHED 1865. GOVERNMENT TO BRING MINERSANDOPERATORS TOGETHER OH FRIDAY Negotiations for Wage Scale and Working Agreement to Be Reopened. STRIKE GALLED OFF BY PRESIDENT LEWIS Opinon Is Some Miners Will Continue on .Strike Pending Nego- Will Return. WASHINGTON, D; C., Nov. The calling off of the con] strike lifted a great wetgtit from the mind of of- ficial Washington today, resulting in expressions on all hands of rcllsf and t is tacit that (he crisis had hecii passed. The Government immediately took the initiative to bring the operators and the miners together the rtsul! that by tonight, acceptances had been received from buth parties to meet Secretary of Labor Wilson in a new conference Friday morning to .reach a settlement of ol! matters in dispute. By agreement with the oilier mem- bers of fhe Cabinet, Secrclary nf Labor Wilson immediately took steps (his afternoon to bring together In Ing ton Friday representatives of both the miners and operators for the pur- pose of reopening negotiations for o wage scale and new working agree- ment. i Kent by Ferret ary of Lahor Wilson lo John L, I.esvla. prcnLtlcnt Mir Unlti'd Mine IVorkcrB and Clmlr- Iimn Tlioirms I1. Jjic-wEter ttic j lliem ninl tlnslr roprcEcnutlirc's" lu tist'ct M'awblnglou Frlitay. Ilnrr? N. jircnidrnt' of HIQ Kn- tlaiinl Cojil Asfttclntlun, vvlth Lcinluuar- tors In wna hic-lu'lca In Sorrcliiry IViliion'a InvltntliHi, RW llibt Ihp julnl juwtlu? uf miners oud uiliiu upora- tnlijTH uc rt tlio enUre crtal liuisir. vKsUtoTiB ac- MINERS' DEMANDS OF 6-HOUR DAY MO WEEK FAIL t, which broVfhi Hl.o bj- HIP on roil for Ihr cent ml competitive (Imliaun. Illinois, Ohio nnil to replaro Hi is one now In ettffl Inlcmulloiiil officials bn auUi ai.ll lira htrelij- instruclqd to mil i ill Ida lhr  to (tint ollw tU INWLSIREE1 VM MOXKY PAIIKIC OX ISSUES TOI'- .1M.KS TO MRW YORK. The sptculatUi- vtrnc.twre la viit utofli iiunVH. lij inlcrcits In the Insl nuintli vin n Ton of "ensy when call loins rose (o .'5 t'T it-nt, ihc year's billies t fipure hi" fifcfniher 27, IW7. of 3 in W polntu sast.nfncJ br mnnj- lenders In tbe recent cls, rqulinnonls, tvhlch Nunns .Um iho nly onvulsive oom n I R rotiu- n I UNDER LEVER ACT ARE ARRESTED MliN AKE CHARGED WITH WAITING AND MAKING EX CESSIVE PliOFlTS. Convention Votes to Make Organization Non-Political and to Bar Public Candi- dates From Its Offices. INDIANAPOLIS CHOSEN AS PERMANENT HEADQUARTERS Resolution Asking Deportation if Victor Berger and Investfgatton of Congressman Voight Passed; Cleveland Wins 1920 position (o Cash Bonus Scheme Develops. JAIL STORMED BY MOB I. W. W. SUSPECT CHANGED Rain of Bullets Strikes Fall Six Suspects quarters Wrecked By Angry Citizens MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. The hottest figlit of Ifie initial meeting of the American Legion in session here was precipitated laic today by the rais- ing of the question whether (he legion shall be kept out of politics. The con vention voled to amend Its const! lu- tion lo inaiie the oTganizmion "non politic.il" and bar candidates for pub- lic from holding office in the The a "While roqufa l-errotia hi a full nccoTillng to Ills own conscience and un- UorstauOiag, thU nnfr.fll Bball bo ab- and Phnll bn ut for the ilTSBccilnAllnu of pzirKsna prlotlijl or tor tbc i-roiiiotion of the any Frcklng public office or iirrfc mc-nt; ftinl no can Flld aw for. or Incumbe of n clt-cilre iiubllo oHIcn Ktm lir-M olflco Aineiicnn Jx-glon or In niiy brnnctt or p.irt thprcofr" of tinirAninl train mrill nnd ltar tutllta lii lim c rrcnt.l o ijOliitton. rJt-ut W by Atto These srj- jrliiR tit Quo ol !inrkp I vHh IJurk. nirViricu INUTO.V, P. C., NOT. T ni rats for food (trad tec ring tilled U-vcr aCI, alumni by Prctil-IstMi, October W. wcrv rupy Grnf-nU I'nlmcr arrests nnil ImHrimrMUn, Iti all, am the rrimlt ot chosen f the a given bj- the attorney States Dlntilct u( thf country lo npccd iu> thft linn ol tooil TiruCLtrars BT thnt (ho result the blpli com of Ihc ILrst tn come xvttbln the I. op Ion not of iho amanilc.l not iHltlmnro grocer. He waa Hi.- IP ciitlrr [incllocfi and uiftkhiy rad's nnil tliiiTteH. I-rfl. hy foni> fin Srnaior -S lo kr je msHmony li-> Din Iti i nurt rfin ]i.n cV.i for -fnlrr Inillc-nli'il tty e A wnrruiit nn Purr Twn. rolunin 1 111- was not f HINTS FRAUDS iN MILL30NS OF WAR CONTWTS CANCELLED Report to Congress Says Government May Have Right to Recover. Uf liurlel." or for jiny II. n Ilit venK'ino.nl c aC In i( report l rr.lftj- bj- wr[ la Vrtr Kirtril Ity tlie nf the ftnacclsl district of lt.c Kiack't of rtrrlti, relief wnt r ftAd fr Tiandi. To mal cTtrn British Royalty American Guest WKLCO.MK TO PUINCR CORDIAL wrnr irv FAIL INI TO KILL OFF by I.-CKJOII cotiYrntluQ. Il xraa rcca tliiit the Nndcr.nl CJtlcon imiler local control LLIH! Fiilmliilatmtl tubji-ct to (fcdtrnl rocutaHotiH. A minority report pernilttfinf polLtl offlrors to bfr oC lhi> ilrfi-ntn] by an ore rw laming but the ml) cull vote on ttic uilopHon or (lit; "tivn-pullElciil" rrJoluUou sliovved u mujurily of nliont 100 nf (ht- OS1 volca, llorccr Nepurled. The resolution tiRkUiR Mticcll ot llcrpcr'p clflKonnhlp nn'l ilclioitnllon, drawn bj- Thcodom Itooscvclt Tost No. 1 of Dlntrict n.lopted on jiintlnu uf the Wisconsin deli-nntron nnrl n oliillou aKklnc invrfltlpallon of Hrptifsnnutlvfi Yolght t-f Win- n was mloplrd. Volffht otilj- vote 1u Jlersrr'n fnvor when iiiiiso fit RnprcKont.i tiros rotOil not CENTRALIA, Uov. members ot American I.cglon are dead, two other former service men ore In a precarious condition aud several others were wounded when persons snid to be members of (lie Induslrlal Workers of [he World fired on an Armislice Djiy parade licre (Ms afternoon. Another man, said to have been one of those who fired on the. inarchcrs, is believed to have been lynched, but confirmation was lacking. At least eight supposed Industrial Workers of the World are in tlie local jail, guarded from mob of several hundred former comrades of Ihc men shot down today. The i dead: ARTHUR AlcHLFRESH, Ccntralia. liKN CASAGRANDA, Cenlralia. WARREN GRIMM, Cenlrnlia. HALE HUBBARD, Ccntralia. The wounded Include: John Karl Watt, Chehalls, not expected to live. Vc shooting began when Ihc parade drew abreast o! ttic Industrial of the World hall here, according lo witnesses, bullets ROing over the heads of the crowd watching the .parade. Onlookers say shots came from every direction and that snipers in the upper windows of the W. W. head- quarters building fired into the line. McEifrcsh was killed instantly. Grimm, formerly a lieutenant, was leading a platoon in the parade and tell at the second burst ot fire, mortally wounded. George Stevens of CcnlralU attempted to disarm on alleged I. W. W. and was shot In the struggle which ensued. Hubbard stislalned his wound in pur- suing u supposed W. W. who fired as lie ran from the group of men headed by Hubbard. U was this man, according to reports, wlio was hanged by a mob tonight. Casscranda was in the ranks and a rillc bullet struck him in Ilio body. They got me ihis he said as he doubled tip and fell In the street. The crowd, uniformed un-uniformed, sorted to chase the Reds tvnd Hubbard was shot, while'chasing one of Ilie leaders. Gathering up persons suspected of affiliation with Hie radical order, sorao of the service men took them jail, while 6thers of the lore out the.front of Iho-bulWIng whero-lhe'If-W: W. headquarfcrsVas loraied, seized and burned n quantity of Wenmirc ond all ihc furniture and distributed among themselves and Ccntralia citizens the iron flnd ammunition In the headquarters. Meanwhile 3. crowd w.ts gathering about Ihc full, rormcrjervlcn men, some of them armed with (he seized weapons urtd others nrmed, ratroled the grounds near the Jail to prevent further violence. ARTICLEJO Had Scheme to Get Draslic Walsh Amendment Voted in by lire-'' concilnbles and Later Killed by: Mild VOTE IS POSTPONED AS RESULT OF LONG DEBATE; McCumlicr Wanm Hflchcock Ho i Ills Group Will Nol Support Tactics. (lunlrs War" SpcrcK Aealnsl President Ixxlge'a AdtlreaH Alrftl. By JAMES IL NOUHSE. WA'SHI'NOTON, Tho supporters of the President In the Senate were thoroughly day that they ore hopelessly beaten In nelr fight to prevent tlic adaption of reservation which will nullify ArilclC; 0 of (he League, of Nations covenant described by President Wilson as the "heart of the covenant." They arrived nt this conclusion otter laving been assured that neither -Ihc rrcconcilablo opponent of (he treaty nor Hie so-called mild rescrvailonisit will follow them In Ihelr attempt lo defeat His reservation by attaching, to he amendment proposed by SenalQf hjh. of n.tbntanct arid endorsed by1-- Scnaiom Swainoh. and Hitchcock, the spokcimcrt .pf the According lo ex-acrvtce men who said they were present, tlubbard'a party ught the man they were chasing, after he had fired at them several times, on c banks of the SkookuncTiuch Kiver, n smaM slrc.im which runs (hrouRh the grappled, they said, ond the supposed" body. "if It nrdlfl ltiihr VolplU In 'li for bin from th ca the town. HubbaVd ond the man fired directly Into Hubbard's body. George Slc'vcnV, another' of Ihe crowd chasing the gunman, kicked Ilic pistol from the I. W W.'s A ttifn wun fttiotlt the 10 fross.irrn nt a bulirnt .....Ml ttic l.i'foro WIIB Mnror clirtm SENAIE CALLS FOR FULL Itlllt Ibl i It nrotf ilVfil...... Ibcii, Ktloi vutc lo klH ttift r. 'ThMf ttill II of1 tlio Irrccuiii til -Ibr ninrti.lini o Volri lilt tiilkl JC< rin.il tM r. ,.l (it, plan'lli IP tjt thp t Hltli Ityin on Iba Hint UK nt iri nftrr It a int mlM ri-miallOii' Ibrlr votfH uaalfitl K JJut fan- s nrui Iw to lit oKotJiltlfe pro- ri'.nil IntbrtrUut qiit W.Mllif fall. KINfi lll-BOf.UTIOV ASKS CON CKii.VINC MKASIJIUJS TO TECT S. on iriALS. KI.KVKN WHO TOOK PAHT rx IN .X SKNTKNTKI) TO m: OI'Kll.MION MINKS IIV STATK COLLF.GK FRf.SHMAtl IS MtVTAI.LY H47J.D TOTAL ANEKICAH CASUALTIES IN WAR PLACED ,Vf 293.0SO vmmonly 1; no Hit at lU tfcat If. on purb It SHHI-: of mocf-r flTr do-- Iti- t'ii flitr'UQl Of KUrb or1 inTorJi   

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