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Escanaba Morning Press (Newspaper) - February 5, 1920, Escanaba, Michigan Escanaba morning press vol. I. No. 270. Mhz he. Its of the associated chess. A soap aha Michigan Tih . Oki. A 11120. Six packs single copy fat cent first Escanaba witness called anti strike provision Cummins Bill stripped of labor clause conference committees Are ready to report rail legislation. Washington. Fob. 4.�?catting aside in anti strike provision of the Cummins Bill against which labor Lias levelled protests and threats and modifying the rate making clauses of the same measure Senate and House conferees today reached virtually a Complete agreement on legislation designed to meet conditions growing out of the return of the railroads on March i to private control. For the anti strike provision the joint Confer Citee committee of the two houses agreed of substitute what Iii effect amounts to compulsory submission of wage disputes to a Federal Board up pointed by the president. A number of minor differences remain to lie composed. Hut these. Senator Cummins chairman of the Senate managers a Iii. Would he worked out by himself and by representative sch of the j House con in Recs. Will Ile hurried. A final report on the legislation i expected late tills week and efforts will be laude to expedite consider lion of the report in Bot ii houses in order to insure Hie Bill a passage 4w-1 Ort March i. Reaching in agreement on the much Hill passed by the House and the cum j mins Bill enacted by tile Senate broke n Charlock that has existed several weeks due largely to tilt House com 1 refusal to accept the anti j strike provision of the latter measure. House members also have opposed the Enate rate making Section. In agreeing in labor provisions the conferees struck out the clause of the j scan e Bill which would make strikes illegal by penalizing Railroad employees or employers for entering Intel conspiracies for the purpose it inter j firing with interstate Commerce provided in lieu thereof settlement of i labor dispute by boards composed i equally of employees and findings of tiles hoards must be a proved by a Federal Board a j pointed by the president with the i so mites a pro a i to which appeals must be taken in cases in which agreements Are not reached by the j other boards. While the size of the latter Board Lias not been definitely fixed. Senator Cummins said it probably would be of ii o members. All c lasses of railway employees. I senator Cummins said Are to have i representation upon the lower wage Board. Since the government will not he represented on Hie boards the sen i Utor explained settlement of disputes i cannot be Macle compulsory but it is compulsory that in event of disagreement lie dispute be referred to the Federal Board. Fuller the agreement on the rate making Section a return of five and ene half per cent upon the net railway operating income is guaranteed for a period of is Mouths to two years utter the Hill becomes a Law. The exact period will he fixed later. The acute Bill prescribed a live Yoni period. Eliminated a of his refusal to a Anil Ruth said Kilt o ral no not to leave thee of to return from following ufos i will i thee for whither Ilion goes youngster with a gun creates stir yester a y pulls wild West stunt to scare sister and does. Man Defeated ousted socialist tells his Story rancher tells Story of fight with mexicans Italy caring for children of old enemy Vienna feb. 4.�?an italian train has arrived to take 2600 starving children of Vienna to Milan for the remainder of the Winter. The train brought several carloads of badly needed american red Cross supplies. The departure of the children completes tin tenth consignment of children to Italy. \ i it a i Lyall the towns of Northern Italy have expressed a willingness to take some of the children into families there free of charge. Only Lack of transportation facilities prevents a general exodus of children from Vienna to Italy. Thousands of children too feeble to undertake the Long journey arc in hospitals where they will Benefit by the medical Supply just arrived. For some ump the Only food available in the hospitals has been a Quantity of condensed milk sent to Vienna by Mia american Junior red Cross i a misconception of the privileges and responsibilities of life led nine year old Kirby toddle Ait seventeenth i Street into a wild West demonstration tuesday night which resulted Iii ins facing the authorities in Justice Nolc i k Wen s Coli yesterday. The lad is a i precocious Little fellow who is reputed to be especially Bright in ii is school work hut from time to time for the j last couple years he has manifested i tendencies toward i i which have caused his parents great trouble. Some time tuesday lie St mired Possession of a Check Fop Ith w hich was made payable to Bis sister. I Ile managed to forge an endorsement i i on it and persuaded a local Bank to j Cali it. We Ith this sum Iii hand. Kirby pro j it ceded to buy himself a Nice time. Al j though he Hod a Good overcoat it Bonn ii purchased another invested $10 in a revolver purchased from a i boy Friend whose Sale at that Price stumps him us an incipient financial colossus and then proceeded to Lay in a stoc k of Candy. A Seiler aunt s alarm. Tilt lad s Amienee from Home in connection with the missing Check caused considerable anxiety Iii hic family and tuesday evening a sister. Miss Mao Bodette located the youngster Down town. She forced him to go Home with her but did not know he bad a loaded gun. When they reached the Bodette Home. Kirby Quot bucked a refusing to go into tilt House lie also amazed Aud nearly frightened his sister to death by whipping out a big pistol and Fil ing it twice of three times not Al her hut to compel her to release him. In this Enterprise Kirby was wonderfully successful. Perils pointed but. Yesterday lie was brought into court where Hie perils of the path lie Bud chosen Wert pointed out to him by proc Cyktor act Roux he a a very re Albany feb. 4.�?testimony that i a buries Solomon one of tin five suspended socialist assemblymen who is being tried by the Assembly judiciary committee on charges of disloyalty i had predicted that tile Affa sex service men Iii the 1�?Tnlted states i would be unable to Check hic socialist i a revolution Quot was Given today by wh-1 bum ii. Hurt a Brooklyn attorney who was Defeated for the Assembly j by Solomon last fall. Hart declared that Solomon had j made his prediction after lie had i stated if the socialists were ready to Start their revolution Quot let them go that he belonged to tile am j Eriean legion which Quot soon will have j four million members and that Quot not i 1 aug would please us More than to sit i to the seat of a machine gun and rive them a in rep a Hart testified Solomon i said. Quot or. Hart does no to Seton to real i/4 he enormous proportion thai tills i revolution is going to take. There is nothing that will be Able to bold the w Rath of the working classes in Cheek. They will sweep aside i Ike Chuff the i opposition of four million men. What i right have sex service men to hold Iii his son was killed woman housekeeper shot Down. Palmer thinks sedition Bill is too severe he advises modification of drastic portions of measure. Washington. Feb. I additional i anti sedition legislation simple Iii character and guarding the guarantees of the Bill of rights tint cover Rig tin Quot hiatus in present statutory Laws Quot was urged by attorney leu i Iii Palmer today before the Bouse judicial in committee. Plodding the right a free speech anti constructive criticism the attorney general protests against pending measures which he said. Wen Loo drastic and far reaching Aud so searching that they overreached their purpose. More harm than Good would i come from repressive legislation lit added. A ill s himself 4 Ledit. Reviewing the activity of the department of Justice against radicalism. Or. Calmer said that til vigor with which Bis department lied acted together with its notice to Law break ers of tin governments posit in intention to punish Crim had had til effect Oil maintaining such order in til knifed states As would have been of bet Wise impossible. Quot lilt there is no existing statute j adequate to meet the present sit a or. Palmer told tile commit a tee. I Here is a condition Cit Revo a Ltd tonary intent Iii the noun try Oil i ii Purl of both aliens and citizens 1 which is sufficiently widespread to Merit serious consideration of con Gross. This revolutionary intent is manifested chiefly by threats both written is lid spoken by persons who i would injury destroy or overthrow the government by physical Force advocates Havey Bill. I the Dave loll drawn by or. 1 Palmer and introduced in i lie Hon St last november the attorney Genera said was adequate for the pre out emergency. No postmaster general should be Given authority to Deco whether alleged seditious matter was non Malahie its provided in tii str Ling Bill passed by til Senate la said Mart ens tells of propaganda against Herlin soviet envoy brands Sissons papers As fakes. Washington. Of a assertions that Sovi de gone a Complete i renewal of t Russia bad in change of heart since tile a s when it was urging world wide Aud Universal revolution against const it tit cd government Murk the testimony today of Ludwig Martens Sot Jet representative in til i la it eel slates before the Senate invest i Gat my com Mil tee. The portion of Martens testimony which Stirr Al committee mothers most. As evidenced by their question ing. Was his assertion that Iii Lith til Quot agents Quot of the committee Oil Public information the War tim american government publicity Agency and other Quot officials tit the t ubed states Quot worked with soviet officials to bring about a revolution in her Many Ami at the Sam time got out documents to prove that soviet off i Cia is were paid agents of Lei Many Blest ion1 As to the nature it a these documents. Martens said they were known As the Quot Sisson papers this test Minny led t chairman Moses to i suggest that George in Reol chair mull of the commit tee on Public information. Apparently was working with the soviets on one hand and against them on the other to which the witness agreed asked regarding the Quot officials Quot mentioned. Martens named Raymond Robbins formerly of til Ile i Gross Mission to Russia As on of those through whom to soviets cooperated against Germany. The witness refused again to no Saver questions concerning Bis Moth out communicating with Moscow through couriers Many of whom in said since his appearance last week have be to killed or imprisoned. Correcting ins previous testimony Loaid sonic a Hie couriers Are american citizens. The committee will con inn Bis examination again Mon Day Pigeon carries news of wreck head Campaign eighteen witnesses take the stand in trial at grand rapids. It i in my usso int t to Ion Sena tor is a score rapids d press Given Tod to Mati m Michigan its dered by gov i Iii port a it to the v Vav Iii ii t hey a re fell. 4 a by the two bits of Tes in in the trial of ii Newberry and politicians were a nuent attorneys Elm re of tin Spir seeking to establish. James Stein Liburt. Head of the new York Bureau it a Detroit newspaper. Relate that Frederick Cody a de Feti Dant. Told him in new York Quot the Btl is Oft in Michigan and tile sky is the limit Quot Walter a Happell editor of a country weekly at Harrisville testified that in f. Reed Deputy state labor inspector and another defendant. Had solicited him to become a county chairman in the Newberry organization. And told him Quot the freight will be a Iii x ii log is it Ness. First testimony com cling the Campaign in the k poor Peninsula Cairn at the afternoon session with \ 11�� 11 j x Ming of is Amelia on Tho stand Ile sail that James f my g re a or of Detroit asked i in first to become Newberry manager for the entire Section and that when ii infused offered him the county chairmanship la said lie was promised office expenses Quot reimbursement for time actually spent on Iii work a a recon mended j mid judge at Escanaba. J mid Yelland is a Cross Exa in inn i Ion Young stayed out of la a Young said to vellum probate for t lie place. Lief Lulu la i the brought out that a Friend of i Hase w a. Is l Check the destiny of one Hundred million people Iii this country Quot Hart previously had testified that ii had heard Solomon say Quot revolution does not necessarily mean bloodshed and on another occasion define revolt Litho As Quot a sudden change Quot the judiciary committee today denied a motion by a member assemblyman riels Bloch to strike out As Quot obviously impossible a the testimony yesterday of miss kill ii b. Chivers Itiat Solomon spat on Hie american hag in War time in the presence of police Olla cers. Frank f. Rogers is head of big league continued on Page two Chicago feb 4 a Chicago today was Chouan for the 1921 meeting of the Highway association of the Mimi ii i Valley Aud Frank v Rogers of Lansing mich., was elected president. Al paso. Feb. 4 k. No. Neville a Story of Iii attempt to ii leu Iii ranch Oil Tho Rio Grande against mom Tau raiders was Tedd today to hit Senate sub committee investigating tin mexican situation. It was hit beginning of a record of out awry in what is known As the Quot big Bend that has been prepared for presentation to the committee to develop tile causes of the condition requiring the resell of american troops on Only that part of the Border. Mrs. James Carney Nice a wealthy resident of Mexico City now currying messages Here for a Telegraph com i Pony. Related a chapter of her minim1 tunes in Mexico to the committee. Sin i had been assured silo testified that Lier husband Bas been killed by bandits. One Elf Hie sevc Rui punitive Cape i i Lions conducted by the american army i was coincident to Hie Light made by i Nevill. It was in March Hhd lie told j Iii committee that the railed South j cd Van Horn tex., was attacked. His in year Ltd la son and mexican woman housekeeper were with him when i attackers arrived Ami without warn Rig began tiring into the building. For St Verdi hours Nevill stood off the attackers. He planned to leave tin building sometime during tin night and find Refuge in ail irrigation ditch it was part of his plan to expose him i self to attract the tile of the mexicans and Iii that Way insure the escape of the boy and the woman. It was not until Hie ii it Day lie found that the plan had failed. Ile Bud succeeded in reaching cover lint his Hoy bad been a shot to death and Bis body mutilated the woman also Hail been killed the a aaa ult ended with the Appeal Anc of a troop of knifed states Cav ulry which pursued the mexicans to Miles into their own country. Is x . It a to. xxx. I. Met a Millis i my 1.1 Nap is us Lilied Mil Twenty Ether men int Iii 1, live it them a Risius i win la a Mink ret Iii Mug from held Mullen Versie the army balloon school Al Ross in id overturned near the Summit of i. Xxx listen. Imbalances and Siliceous were rushed to tin scene after a Carrier Pigeon released in it a Soldier arrived at Ross Field with news of i in a Ideal. Note is sent to Kerlin by a Bassa Dors n. Hoth endorsed Paris feb. 4 the Council of ambassadors after is meeting tonight issued a statement saying that the decision of t ii allies with regard to germans whose extradition is de i mantled for War crimes would or oium uni ated direct to Berlin. In be text of the statement follows Quot the list of War criminals having inn ii presented to Baron x on Ler Suei for transmission Ley him to ids government the president of the be Rizian delegation returned Hie list with an intimation to the president of the conference t id in had submitted ids resignation to ids government and was leaving Paris. The derision of Hie allies will la com lit Lull Lea Ted Iii Rod to he Lix i d Paris feb. I a Dis Patch received from Berlin announces tilt. Receipt t ii i a of til los of Pur-1 soils the demand for the surr us a of i w Hom Lias Bee i made toy Hie allies. Premier male Rand declared today to the foreign affairs c commission of til chamber of deputies that i lie allies Are empowered by tin Versailles i treaty to compel til germans to fulfil the treaty Rei it i Ruh to is no nil that jail efforts will be made to insure i to execution of the demands Moh attacks St a the prison by Dakotas adm loll a i. A Fargo fell. T a ring xxx j. Bryan for la on the demo Rati introduced at tin demo tat it on Enron in Fargo today w turned from the re solutions co to w hich it had been Ivi or the pleasure of the Den Ocra leadership of Woodrow xxx i William j by Van Quot and pint i Ort of t to i Lemma i Al s Iii it or the candidate nominate in a c ise it Quot whoever in May be the res ii ii t Ion by xxx a Knik i on brought front s a Doyle of Fargo. Iii charge Ilia it was introduced Iii bad Laili. Ill Reseda Ion was Ullin Ilia Tely handed Lei Hie committee which returned hic Compromise to tile Mil volition. Tile latter was adopted. Tutors Lent la i Tik to state end Mitt be a Chi reel s in Quot ill nil and veal a stale to an Frau forecast thursday i Friday fair. Highest yes t Ere la y lowest yesterday 4 <1 a a i a trill Peru i tires yesterday Frank pout. A o clock owing to Tho Loo a ate in of our brain it it a fated our a to i is Are becoming Dunner ivy., i cd. i i o clock tonight a mob Cit several Hundred men Bael surround eel the state i Loon where xxx ill Tckett Ungro Cli urge Al with the Iii it Dor of Gene v a hard Man school girl in Fondue. Governor Morrow has assume charge of the i nation personally. 7 p i High i Lim Boston 2 \ 2k 2 to Buffalo 2 to ii ii i s be York pm Fin 2 k new the leans ii a to k a 4 Chicago ii 1511 pm Detroit pm of i i h i Omaha j 2 j to 2 to i St. Paul. 2 4 2 i 2 it san Frau Fiat Quot .1 to a it h 4 s i Winnipeg 2 2 2 4 t n Marquette. 2 a 2 a to i to Campaign because a t in in it he Ca Iii pain Horn against Newberry Light Eric xxx Atli ssh a lulled. Fig la tee ii witnesses were placed a ill tin stand today anti practically a1 of them testified Iii the face of a in a i i object loll by the defense judge sessions held that government coups had a right to marshal testimony a they a a fit the question Cam up squarely in the Cross examination of Lyle Shanahan. An attorney from Charlevoix and one of tin organizers of the committee of i Iii which had charge of the Newberry Campaign in lits comity Shanahan testified that it had riled Yin from John b Harris chairman get the committee and a defendant xxii old 111 it i ii. Questioning for the government Lre a from Shanahan that to used a a of that amount to pay a challenger at the primary pulls. Bul bad not accounted for the re a Inlet not primary returns. Quot you Volunteer cd the witness Quot that judge Harris did not Tell in this was Newberry Money and Flint i Yea to Newberry Man before till co infinite w As organized Martin xxx Littleton pm a task a a u Iii i it t Ion asked if Shanahan Consil or a that lie Hail done any wrong in accepting Iii Tummy bringing a Suc i Cess til Objet t Ion from Frank \ Dailey assistant attorney general shit Nuhatt testified further that to j had a pct $1. Or $ i. In collecting primary a Iii rns by Telephone. That Many persons crowded Bis office that evening Aud that lie had i place i diced next Day Quot that my expense i Hie Campaign Quot be said similarly the government Bio j questioning of impel As to on tin morality of the a j Shin regarding Heinie by Aye ii Iii. I to Campaign of James xxx la tot i lie democratic senatorial to i nation was again brought into trial through the testimony of x. A. Loomis a Deputy she Riff Aud private Dele live from Jackson. Loomis told to jury that lie had been hired by p. X. Ii a Aliet in defendant to Cir a Ciliate Heinie nominating petitions he admitted receiving j2t> for to work and said he had partially Lilied two petitions having space for 2 i names each. Among the witnesses were a to it Illier of stenography and typists employed at new Hen v Headquarters in i Detroit the named numbers they Hae seen about the offices told of twine paid Iii some cases and related that Llie was a Cash Chest in tilt a vault at cd his t

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