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Bisbee Daily Review (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Bisbee, Arizona
The weather Arizona wednesday fair warmer thursday unsettled and cooler. Vol. 24. No. 73. W 30. Of 900 of the and the was by of the in i Ion that the men out until their for of $30 to $45 a were the men now from $90 to $130 a said. No of or were at the to of of l. C. A. K. 30. C. A. K. In the is a and to to to of the of in a Brief to be to the Case by to his with the and his in the of an the of the by in the said. Was and 3 years in a of he was to he in the on his next in he to his but was and into that the his stay was and the show that he went to said then in 1910 came to the also that he has been a he has been to 30. To the car Coal has been by All the is by the is of Aid in Coal but said it also Rand in an Way to cars on their from they were and w. C. Of the car of the As sent to All them to Coal cars to from they can be for on their the were to Rush cars to their lines in the East the of the Coal have Deen most Felt. T m Chicago strikers refuse to arbitrate stockyards 1st shut 001 within a few Daks watchmen walk out and leave great meat Supply plants without Protection clerks and picket City Hall municipal garbage Plant closed Council refuses $4,000,000 for raises Chicago March arbitration differences Between striking member livestock handlers Union packing companies rejected today officials would remain demands increases month granted. Receive month Union Heads shipments cattle hogs sheep received Yards import soviet Ewe by department Justice has revolutionary record Martens washington7, March Ludwi g Martens russian soviet agent United states Ger a n subject should deported Germany according contentions department Justice submitted immigration authorities tomorrow. Govern ment s against Martens made Public assistant attorney Gener Al Garvan tonight claimed establish conclusively connection russian communists activity promotion organization seeking overthrow government Force. 1896, report Martens arrested served russian prison because revolution Ary teachings. Later remanded Germany where served army. Appearance Russia sought rejoin revolutionary comrades denied admission smuggled himself country report asserts. Short records London United states. Officials asserted while Martens contends since made russian citizens unable secure proof. Railroads Combine to return cars to their Home tracks Washington. March concerted action improve freight Supply especially carrying equipment taken rail roads. Movement which fostered american Railroad association int ded primarily production officials Send important relocate Home lines which diverted wit Ely scattered during Federal control. Kendall chairman service commission Railroad kooi.,. Telegrams tonight lines directing return promptly mines which loaded destinations Home roads. West Ern systems particularly instructed Eastern owne d Home because effects strike a to stenographers Day and packing company officials admitted that they would be obliged to shut Down if the strike continued several Days forcing 30.000 other workers out of employment. Watchmen go out the Union today called out in a sympathetic strike the private watch men employed by the packers Leav ing the stockyards without fire Protection other than that Given by the City. Federal judge Alshuler last night refused the request of the Union to arbitrate until All strikers had re turned to work. Federal mediators were expected tomorrow to use their influence in getting the men Back to work. Stenographers and clerks As pickets at City Hall doors with 1000 City Hall clerks stenographers and bookkeepers on strike today the municipal garbage reduction Plant closed through the walk out of 400 garbage handlers and the threat of ninety percent of Chicago firemen to resign unless wage advances were granted. Chicago to night was faced with a general strike of City employees. The City Council Early today rejected a revised budget calling for an increase of $4,000,000 to provide Sal Ary advances for City employees. The City Hall was picketed by striking clerks and stenographers. Findh10rk solons guilty Assembly committee says in report five socialists Are disloyal Albany n. A. March 30. Guilty was the verdict rendered in the Assembly today by a majority of the judiciary committee in the Case of the five socialist members suspended on the opening Day of the 1920 legislative session on charges of disloyalty. Indications were overwhelming to night that the decision of the majority of the committee would he up held by the Assembly As a whole and that the recommendations by the j Mairit v reports that the social svs stats be declared vacant. Majority Leader Simon l. Adier mid assemblyman Theodore Roosev a t it it be known today that they would oppose the unseating of the socialist Johnson tells of huge sums spent new York March 30. United states senator Hiram w. Johnson of California who yesterday opened his greater new York Campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in two speeches. In Brooklyn. Reiterated his assertion that Large sums of Money beyond the wildest dreams of the most practical Are being expended in the primary campaigns. His speeches followed closely that delivered in Manhattan last night. Today now is the Best time to get that advert vement into the. Classified columns of this paper. If you want Quick re sults put a want and in the review. Today. Leave your and at the office or Telephone 39. Full leased Bisbee wednesday March 31, 1920 danish patriots Start on Road Russia took Copenhagen. March 30.- the trades Union federation today postponed until tomorrow the decision whether to Call a general strike. The social democratic parliamentary group Lias issued a manifesto protesting the Kings dismissal of the Cabinet and summoning the people at the elections to Over throw his reactionary the manifesto says our watchword is drastic democratization of our Constitution a Republic and a one Chamb system with suffrage at the age of 21." the new Cabinet which has been formed is headed by m. Liebe an advocate in the High court who takes the posts of Premier and min ister of Justice. State rights form basis of its briefs attorney before supreme court says Drys have made evidence Washington March 30. Arguments on the constitutionality of the prohibition amendment and portions of the enforcement act we e concluded today in the supreme court. Seven separate proceedings now rest with the court for determination. The arguments today were on appeals brought by Christ Ion Feigum Spein of Newark n. A from Federal court decrees dismissing injunction proceedings to enjoin prohibition officials from preventing him from manufacturing Beer containing More than one Hal f of one percent alcohol and n government appeals from judgments restraining officials from interfering with the Manitowoc pro Duce company a Wisconsin concern in the manufacture of Beer contain ing 2.6 percent alcohol by volume. States must approve William d. Guthrie appearing in the former contended that by or words concurrent Power to enforce Congress intended for the Federal government and the states to enforce prohibition with identical legislation and that the states were to give their approval to enforcement legislation before it becoming effective. We submit that the state Legisla Ture must have understood thai the amendment provided for concurrent enforcement As the amendment states or. Guthrie said. The n now urged by the govern ment would result in practically the continued on Page seven fire special to the review Tombstone March 30. Capt. Harry c. Wheeler principal witness for the defense occupied the witness stand during the entire session of court today in the trial of h. E. Woot to charged with kidnapping for alleged participation in Risteo Deporta Tion on july 12, 1917. Although under rigid Cross examination by county attorney r. N. French throughout th3 Day. Wheeler s Story of conditions in the Warren mining District that caused him to order the deportation told from the witness stand yesterday remained practically unchanged when Wheeler was sex jus cd from the stand late this afternoon. Question after question was fired at the witness by the county attorney in an Endeavor to break Down he Testi Mony Given previously by capt. Wheeler but each time the witness answered them almost without vary ing a detail of the Story he told yesterday. The state tried All Day to impugn the motives Given by Wheeler As his reasons for ordering the deportation of the 1100 men from the Warren District to Columbus. New Mexico but. Every attempt failed. Wheeler vigorously denied that the deportation was ordered or suggested by any one but him Elf he reiterated his statement yesterday that he alone was responsible for the deportations wire report the associated press Arizona Progress Tutu Lull accepts Call of e. 0. P. Provided in arty Lattori suits wires California admirers he will serve if needed by Public favors treaty and efficient league does not seek nomination and will support Only Liberal views san Francisco. March 30. Her i Bert Hoover today expressed a will i. T ingress to accept the Repici Hrcan nomination. His announcement contained in a message to the Hoover Republican club of California was conditioned upon a feeling in the re publican party that the issues demand his candidacy. The former food administrator telegraphed from new York and said he was naturally affiliated with the Independent element of the Republican party and if that party adopted a Forward looking platform he would support it. He reiterated for Mer declaration that he would not Sev the nomination. Concerning the peace treaty with its league of nations covenant or. Hoover expressed h self As differing with equal wideness from extremists who opposed any league at All and the position taken by the is recent decision recent developments in the Situa Tion he said was one reason for his announcement of his willingness to continued of Page six tons of Gold from England come to u. S. Two vessels have huge mass of yellow Metal millions More coming London March 30. In addition to the shipments of Gold to new York j on Hoard the Steamer Lapland which arrived in new York. Sunda the Carmania and the Minnehaha which sailed last saturday for new York carrying seventeen tons of the yellow Metal to new York and the american liner Philadelphia when she sails this week will take 2,000,000 pounds Sterling according to the financial i editor of the London times. Of Cross and declared that he had believed then and still believed that the deportation was the Only solution of the danger that faced the War Ren District in the form of the i. W. W. Strike. Asked by or. French if he did not know that he violated the Constitution of the United slates when hear rested and deported the 1 100 men without giving them a trial. Wheeler replied yes or. French i know that. And i Alfo know that those men were seeking to deprive my peo ple not Only of their Constitution Al rights but of their instead of being weakened by Cross examination. Wheeler s testimony Dur ing the Day appeared to have brought out even More evidence of the seriousness of conditions in the Warren District which the defense claims made it necessary for the citizens of the District to take drastic action in order to prevent the destruction of life and property. Deputized miners when Cross examination was opened this Mornine. Can twin Wheeler was questioned by or. French con Cernin g meetings of the loyalty league held in Bisbee prior to the deportation. Wheeler Ned that this Tongue was made up of miners who had refused to go out on strike at the request of the i. W. W. The witness argentinians see cause for protest in Bolivia notes Buenos Aires. March 30 the recent notes of the United states government regarding the anti Peruvia n disturbance in Bolivia Are described As arrogant in an editorial published today in la Prens criticising the policy of the United states past and present to Ward the South american republics. The recent Peru Bolivia n conflict says the paper produced new intervention from the White House by Means of telegrams the style of which appears to be More suitable to the action of a Tutor toward disorderly pupils than to the diplomatic style usual in Deal ing with Sovereign Coal Price to Fol n ice scale operators say decision of Board Means increase to $1.25 a ton new York March 30. The action of president Wilson s Coal com Mission in granting soft Coal mine workers a wage increase of 27 percent Means the Price of Coal at the mines will Advance 65 cents to $1.25 a ton bituminous Coal operators announced Here today. While asserting they desired to keep the Price of Coal As Low As pos sible and to avoid speculation in the production of their mines mine own ers cited Illinois As the Only state where the minimum increase would apply. This was said to be due to local conditions which Lessen the Cost of production. Since the removal of bituminous Coal Price restrictions by the presi Dent some operators it was stated already had sold Large quantities of Coal for april delivery at from $3.50 to $4 a ton. The government Price of $2.95 is effective however to april 1. The operators in some districts it was said have received As much As $4.75 a ton in instances where big purchasers went into the Fields and engaged in competitive bid Ding. The mine workers representatives refused to make any comment on the proposed increases in prices except to state that the new wage agreement would Only involve 25 cents a ton average increase in the examiner said that at one of those meetings he had deputized about 500 members be cause he considered them Loyal Citi Zens and could depend upon them to protect life and pro nerf in i he District. On july 12. 1917, Wheeler said he had about 1200 deputies in the Warren dits vict and hundreds More in Douglas. Or. French sought to show that these deputies had been told that they could secure arms and ammunition from the Phelps dogs store in it Isbee. Wheeler was asked if this order had not been Given by Gerald Sherman then mine superintendent of the Copper Queen property at Frisbee. Wheeler said he had never heard of such a statement being made by Sherman or any one else. The question was put to him. In a slightly different form several times. At last Wheeler said or. French. I have said i do not know. If i did i would not hesitate to say so. I did give orders to Arm some deputies with pick handles. I do not know who furnished the pick handles. That was one of the things i ordered done. I expected his or Der to he obeyed and it Wheeler described at the re quest of or. French f meeting held in Bisbee the night before the deportation. At this meeting. Continued on Tage six Wheeler steadfast under Copper 11 insists that ottomans shall be expelled from Europe and to land Given to Bulgari president declines invitation of allies to an american plenipotentiary to Council wants Russia to have hand in constantinople Board and Armenia to be Given territory on Black sea Washington March 30. Vigor Ous expression of president Wilson s opinion that the often expressed in Tention of the allies that the anomaly of the turks in Europe should cease should be carried out in framing the turkish treaty characterized the american rejoinder to the recent Allied note transmitting information As to the status of treaty negotiations. While the strength of arguments Lor retention of the turks in Constantino ple Mas recognized the noes said the american government believes that the arguments against Are far stronger and contain certain imperative ele ments which it would not seem Possi ble to the american rejoinder was handed to the French ambassador Here March 24 for transmission to Premier Miller an d and made Public tonight by the state department on advices that it had been delivered. Thinks representation unwise president Wilson it says Doe not deem it advisable in the present circumstances that the United suites should be represented at the conferences As suggested by the com Mission. He feels however it was added that As this government is vitally interested in the future e of the world it should frankly express is views on the proposed solutions of the different questions connected with the turkish comment on some of Tho territorial phases and upon the whole economic program of the proposals As to the treaty was deferred pending More Complete information As to the objects sought. The Nof takes occasion to say however that it is the under standing of the government of the United states that whatever territorial changes or arrangements Are made in the former ottoman Empire such changes or arrangements Are made in Way place american citizens or prop erty or the citizens or properties of any other country in a less favourable situation than the citizens or proper ties of any Power party to this must protect Russia the american expression notes with pleasure the provision is made for russian representation on the International Council which it is proposed shall be established for the of constantinople and the in this connection it adds this government is convinced that no arrangement that is now made concerning the government and control of constantinople and the Straits can have any element of permanency unless the vital interests of Russia in these problems Are carefully provided for and protected Ard unless it is understood that Russia when it has a government recognized by the civilized world May assert its right to be heard in regard to the decision now the text of the note relating to tur key follows i have the Honor to acknowledge receipt of your excellency s note of March 12th, relative to the conference regarding the peace treaty with tur key and the present status of the Nego Maine democrats endorse Wilsons administration rancor m March 30. Uninstructed delegates to the democratic National convention were chosen at the state convention of the part Here today. The platform upon which the party will stand in sep j tember endorses the president s administration expresses the belief that the people of the country favor prompt ratification of the peace treaty with the covenant of the league of nations without reservations destructive to its spirit and effective Ness and favors the submission of All Federal constitutional amendments to the people instead of the Legisla j Turea for ratification. No mention of prohibition is made in the platform. Price average Price of Copper for Send e. & m. Journal quotation j 18.1625. Price five cents Turkey to nations Between the principal Allied Powers and in reply beg to inform you that the president does not deem it advisable in the present circumstances that the United states be represented by a plenipotentiary at the conference. The president feels that As this government is. Vitally interested in the future peace of the world it should frankly express its views on the pro posed solutions of the difficult questions connected with the turkish treaty. While it is True that the United states was not at War with Turkey yet it was at War with the principal allies of that country and contributed to the defeat of those allies therefore to the defeat of the turkish government. For that reason too it is believed that it is the duty of this country to make of pack kick Strehs Ruhr District t reds blow up mines and Are robbing Banks to pay their troops Essen March 30. The general strike caused at Midnight monday in the Ruhr District was virtually com plete in Essen today. It is not known How far outside this City it extends however. Dusseldorf accepted the terms of the governments ultimatum. Essen is quiet and orderly but the situation is tense. The streets Are be ing strictly patrolled. Persons and houses Are being searched for arms. All business houses Are closed. Communication with outside Points is interrupted. Reds destroy mines Essen March 30 by courier to Dusseldorf a member of the com Mittee of action assigned to the front before departing for the Battle zone to Day said that the government troops would March into the District unless the allies stopped them. The reds Are blowing up the mines and factories he committee member said and fight ing is now going on in the Vicinity of Weil. A paymaster has started for the front will funds obtained from Banks with which to pay the workmen soldiers. The workmen patrols Are break ing up the crowds in the streets and conditions Are becoming extremely quiet. However every one is worried and expecting disastrous occurrences at any moment. Sentences wealthy slacked to prison new York March 29. G Rover Cleveland Bergdoll. Wealthy i ewer s son or Philadelphia recently tried by court martial Tor desertion because of his alleged failure to report for military service under the draft was sentenced to five years in prison according to a decision made Public today. American legion Calls meeting thursday l. A. Engle jr., Post american legion will hold its regular meet ing thursday april 1, at Eagle Hall when business of importance will be acted on. Cleon t. Knapp will address the Post. Music by the legion orchestra boxing and vocal Colos wiil be entertainment features. The legion Bazaar will take place at elks Hall april 5 to 10
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