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Salt Lake City Tribune (Newspaper) - May 1, 1919, Salt Lake City, Utah1 to a at i n to tour to and pm ally a or not Otto i cd Elk i to Oma Turc uoc4i >1 Lunt v la a. A i j Stiver. A a i. 9i.01u in Lead. Is 00 ? Copper teeth.>�#. 115.00 let us in Able to May a America Iliili it right Huj Victory Bonds. Salt Lake City. Thursday using May i 1d1d. 21 pages�?1�?Tiae cents plan wholesale murders mailed explosives agents of death announcement of Sei element of japanese chinese Contention i made 1 y conference. Hun degation is received by French express Shock at extent of War devastation. Black Devil gets Freedom from an appreciative judge Chicago april 30.�?the americanism of Albert Wright tras upheld and his Possession of a Oer Man made razor explained to judge Stewart today. Wright a negro used the razor in a Brawl last night. Do you realize that this razor was in Germany Quot asked the judge. A i reckon it roust a been Suh. I procured it off a Dald German pus son out la nobody s land. I mowed he was Dald because i had ust pulled my Bayonet Outen him. A ooh you fought in France Quot exc Almed the court. A yes Suh. I was a Black Devil Ai i thought this razor might be viable for shaving Quot no. Suh for a social up Post i a it highly As a �?~1 jell the Best i can do is to else you and keep the razor. Next said the judge. Paris liars of tha peace co Over to an a 11 Credeu Tian delegates to the will be handed commission beaded by Jules Ceiba a at Versailles tomorrow men a at 11 o clock. The Adee Icv of the Powers conferred upon. The German delegates and Theng non As to Tho extent to which tit delegates Are qualified to Spek for Bavaria which came Sud Deiy to the front today May furl so an occasion to defer the presentation of the treaty by the allies. S plea sed Ris. Apr a no i wily 14�. 2 o clock Tel of Tor noon of r Kloof lung had been a Ai the Despu juju cd. The agree Peninsula an t re in Dong the Shantung Klav Chow provides fur their trans Fer without it serve to Japan Volch vol until eng Gas to band to tip Shantung Pericula Back tip China. Japan As u economic concessionaire get Only Suc re Ghatt under the agreement is Are Osterh by ene re a two other of the Van Powers. The whole future Relf Colof Japan and China. A i Well Asti territorial integrity and political undo us Cnoc of China is to a Coile at once league or Siatis. It is Udd a Tut in said n agree Taenia with a will lot he affected. It will to to the chinese and Jupa iks to Ngrace upon the do Yang out of the treaty of Eia nent made in 1918. A Maui delegation to the headed by count von anti., reached versa Ules is received in the name Tye dment by m. Chalk re june it Olyce to whom Tho thanks on behalf of the it a to Druly at v 1 prefect of the the minister Wenry Lor at to do Llu for a Iron von l of the Advin a Roc from \ t Yankee Vith that Wuh �1, liar. Min or a in Cash Cortivo m of t Ita Tais to faster than i dared top it a he Sayi of a Ltd league. 3. Railes a. lines Osoble. . Ion there is at i Vivi o her the guarantee of the i Tirso govt run 1 tails Al the a 191g and the when the Poince Cotier a Brockdorff re lout night. It of the French prefect of the count exert us delegation. Sho be Ett huns work of Battlefield Tho count s a , Hei r Rudiger Reina red to Thi Lew paper men Quot words fall to Dcarr Ltd my feelings \ t crossed or devastated regions. 1 the pea which wet Are Al it out to a win if i veil to psf action to Ull the Nat of Quot. A a Rector he Tim of the North Ger i was among the Pas enrol m the a a of train a Karmun rep Isson Tatchi r Rhine Vuu Cromon a Fth it Lon was greeted of a a a a by m. Chall arc. Elm act us. Reprise Gllnn f foreign a fifths. Colonel ministry of War. And m. Lie i tort r in . Lit. Micro. The Lafe Klimt officer party of Ijar Giuins. Niso to Ehte a there is at Lemu on Puth 1. Satisfied with tha covenant let Eukey of nation now Ai opted. 0,car s Straub the. Represer.-n�. Tarl. 0, a Stogue to enforce Quot far hell pet we sh1 Straus at the for by tar the necessity with the id tons have words this i that will wot subscribe Thal ethical. Then doubt now Kinerk in Senati commenting not physically Quot a Quot i Quot Quot a a a a sch a the covenant although Otill tech w in by 0 he conference. I san veg he can. Soldered that Hala a a Ember o the league who would i to. Otico to get out alarm other a cent declaration that a Helm to Pittl cup la flume decision. . I had dared to sex jever get Quot exclaimed or. in Cryllon. Quot for history of the world i at ions Are in Accord Realise which the a together. In other a now got something Irner thing to which All to it the practical and not a Shadow of a ratification by the fact that Italy was a need at the plenary to the conference Quot it is not Neceia technical questions plied. Quot Italy will league because she ship us much of the same question Julian w. Mack of Federal court for a j ruling of this court Wlton a smile Quot is to raise such or. Straus remember of the such member ther nation on officer germans. No Union by no Alicr a Quot Quot r put to judge United tales ruling. Quot the judge Mack. To Jay is not a member Umess she Rhoa w j.0 be. There la no acc laity Tor he he t Al # a a to to a a Quot a notly who will let Quot Hniz Quot do a a a Era a Italy will a a com lumber indicted Casto to plead guilty san Francisco a. Brush former rot it a National Bank u a Fvank Santa a aft no a Onei men indicted in sacrament Liged Eminez tement of $728, Bank was quoted As not plead guilty when arraigned. The Federal court at Sacra Tito Quot t i alleged a Gowl statement i Art. Quot it. Renvoi Lily a he j., Pyon Clico by non four the Valiara the would if Row in in an a i Trinan v.kiir1 v in Naff age. From Antu. They it trently were anxious to be a Arnt Ite .1. A of hinting on the owl. 11 my a trim. A Lief re the 1 5k� us land it spirit of con a Motlon Mark ? the Dndr. The can it Lon that a in i Uin Puon of t cd mar i it a Over the ital-1,1 pm i it a Vvs 2l for 3 under tank no a adj to found Brush. Fernando Tomosa. ,. Of the 1 Ite former pro Dena a Quot Honduras William c. Grant r., l 5 Lough hot it. cashier ot1 a were indicted in of v. A. Chrusl was Char get in a separa a a a or me to with the embezzlement Opi Brush in the statement was a we it saying is alleged speculations or a easy by the use in the Bank o asserts natio will stick Adriatic port q Jlian Chande a few York it. . A u a a when i a i i a a Llo lil la in do omut r i t a Quot 11 from Purl on i a a it a he 1 is la Quot a Olne to Imp. V we Are to . Plume. Pole font Nueil i Unge 1.1 i Olti Ide tin boxy and the Loose Leaf led Luttle Vii i in i a Lui Wieri inikt.,. Made it Pons ble to substitute Fri a la said his losses were in in Vestal la Montana report first Forest Fig mis Sofia. Mont. April 30.�?til. Forest fires of the a Eaton were it it Headquarters of District no. L c1 a Ltd l states Forest service Here in one la at . In tic Flathead and the other is on deep Creek. It Forest Boh in Western Mont kick of Snow and the extreme dry Nek the in Rena season Are declared o the Spon sible for the Early outbreak on fires and Forest nerdier officials raid Day the Dnn Yor of their spreading 1 rent on this account. Sheltered it Russell balance of famous fighting infantry companies Detrain from special military cars. Seek Effiee Lenine and Trotzky said to be preparing to leave Russia. Reports indicate belief that Days of bolshevism Are numbered. Officers say whole of regiment will be mustered out and on Way Home tomorrow. Renting place of the regimental Colora of the organisation after the my ter out. By Floyd a. Timmerman. Staff Corr pendent. Special to the Tribune fort d. A. Russell Wyo. April 40. is a Montc Toua oct Nikon for fort Bussell and Cheyenne. Sheltered within the fort Barrack in the in Toni 352nd regiment of Tje wild West div Lidon a her sea of the Argonne and of the Moat famous Zirul Tatry co that came front the West. The by Alynce of the regiment detained today from two military a pedal trains and they entered the military poet from Ziilch they soon Fiall emerge a civil Luna. Early pm i morning the Boya of Headquarters. C and d companies began taking their a Hyral the for amp to step in the Uisch urge work. Tomorrow morning their pm per work will he completed. In the Early afternoon their Dlo can Mircu will to g1m them together with their pay Bonne in. Liter Ira the after noon they will entrain for Utah and Home. There limit a happier lunch of men to the whole v orld. All expect to be discharged Friday. The balance of the to Glement will go through Tho physical examination Mill tomorrow and the a discharges will follow Friday room Long. Friday afternoon should see them Oji through with the army and stepping aboard trains so the balance of the men in the regiment Are the next happiest men in the world. The big question of the men of the 362nd at present is regarding the final lace a nos brio Montana claims them for her own due to the fart that this state has now More men in the unit than any other state. Utah claim them because there were Mere Utah men in the 562nd than from any other state when the regiment left for overseas duty. The l Tab men also base their claim on a Telegram received from general March by governor Bamberger saying that Utah Wuy awarded the colors. Therefore they mean to take them Home. Will decide on colors tomorrow. The decision in the matter will probably be made tomorrow. Many Nitro men decorated for gallantry in action in Tho and let glum arrived today with the balance of the regiment. service Crosse. French Croix do Lucrie and belgian War crosses Hung from the Blouse of the fighters. There arc Many Salt lakers among them. Howard w. Angels of Salt Lake Wear the american distinguished service Cross pinned there by general Pershing. Although shot through the right Arm by machine gun bullets in the Battle of the Argonne Angels refused to move from the Une and remained fighting beside his comrades when there was grave is Tiger of the German breaking through carries messages through barrage. Edward 5 Hensone. Another Salt Laker. Carried important left agn through terrific barrage or and through a country under direct fire of Machino guns. Gallant services were rewarded by a French Croix de Guerre Peter i. Boson of Stilt Lake gave Ai. M i wounded to door while under heavy fire. He was once knocked unconscious by a Shell and Burn a to Dir he is the Only survivor of hit it Quad o f company All others having been killed or wounded and sent for it pm the line this occurred october 11, in the Argonne. And Bosone wait awarded later the american a Ltd ten gushed service Cross. Sergeant Robert k. Forline of Salt Lake a member of h company today told of seeing the first men a a a his unit killed in the first Battle of the argon a a. September 26. The first Man to go Down to a Leath under fire was William t Walker of Montana. A few moments later several Utah men died. Quot it was hut a few Momento after we went Over the top on september 26. Nur continued on Page 2, column i Copenhagen april 30.�? by the associated press a the soviet government in Munich has been overthrown according to reports in Berlin Gays the correspondent of the Berlin Gutke Alden de. The correspondent adds that the government troops. In accordance with martial Law Neiot a number of members of the red guard who had been captured while a mob attacked inhers of the captured reds and tried to kill them. Washington. April 30.�?official advices reaching wan Hington thru gun a Neutral source a Aid bolshevik leaders. Lenina and Trotsky were seeking Refuge outside of Russia fearing an overthrow of the soviet government. Officials View the information As indicating that the two bolshevik leaders realize the Days of bolshevism a re numbered. It is known that before they have tried to make similar preparations but Cich time the bolshevik government received new Lei it Tua. Sweden Lien Mirk. Norway Switzerland Spain and Germany according to advices have refused to entertain the suggestion that Lenine and Trotzky he Given Refuge there. According to the reports Hungary has not refused the request but has made no reply As yet to the proposal. War memoirs plentiful. Berlin. Tuesday april 29.�? by the also coated press in the Spring Hook lists continue to feature memoirs by former governmental political and military leaders the newest acquisition being two volumes written toy former Imperial Chancellor or. Von Bethmann Hollweg. The first volume deals with political developments preceding the outbreak of the War. Another work soon to appear will be by Gottlieb von Jagow former minister of foreign affairs which is reported to toe a defense of Germany s prewar policies. German publishers Are demanding fat royalties for american and eng hmm editions. A Lel Pilc firm is offering the foreign rights on a combination work by ant ral von to rpt. Lieutenant general von Stein and colonel von Letto Vorbeck for $250,000. The proposal has been made that Tho government seize manuscripts complied by Leader of the old regime and include them among the foreign securities which Are being requisitioned for the purpose of paying for food shipments from abroad. Reverses in West. London. April 3d.�?bolshevik Success on the Southern front has been counterbalanced by to verses on the Western front according to the russian official statement of sunday. The statement said that on the Western front the bolshevik a had abandoned scr Elev so and cd Stopol. On the Southern front. In the Region of Rachmut the Blahe Votkl the statement says captured Korsun crossed the Northern donets and occupied Points along the railway. In the Region of . The bolshevik claim to have defeat to their opponents to have captured 1000 prisoners and to have gained Possession of most of the Fords along the River Mantch. Soviet arrest 600. Budapest. Saturday april 23.�? by the associated press a six Hundred arrests have la Reid made by the soviet authorities. Virtually every fun Antler publisher editor writer manufacturer acid minister of Hungary toeing thrown into prison More than thirty editors and newspaper owners and Many reporters have been taker. Into custody it la ��1-leged, because they have refused to accept bribes to a a a Misplon the soviet cause. Count Albert Apponyi former Premier count Hulk. Former food minister Baron and Barones Hatvany countess Nako and chamber of Commerce members nor being held. Attorney a Teryse has been executed and ten others have been sentenced to life imprisonment. Fear finn invasion. Alt Cha Noel monday. Ai it i 26.�? by the associated Prev a the provisional government of Northern Russia evinces Unzens Larfis regarding the invasion by finnish troops of the province a it of dior Etz for a Campaign against the both Nikl. The North run an in it rur rent. Though anxious to cooperate against Bol it he. Al. Probably will Ark allies to synchronize the efforts in order to prevent friction. American arid British Troope at Kurgan. Man. On the right Bank of the Dina repulsed a Strong ult it Shevik attack sunday night. Taking thirteen prisoners rumours denied. Tokio apr 30.�? by the associated pc is a general Tanaka the minister of War. Today denied the existence of anything calculate to menace the Friend relation Between the american and japanese troops in Siberia mob wrecks cafe. Vienna. Saturday. April 26.�? by a associated press a Moh to wrecked the cafe International a re Sor of Ioos a speculators go teen Rora feeling injured. 10 follow on league negative vote on pact would spoil political prospects of Johnson in Campaign of 1920. Democrats expected to carry state unless republicans select a progressive nominee. By David Lawrence. Copyright Imp by new York evening Post inc. Sacramento cal., april 30�?opposition to the league of nation is rather pronounced in this Section of California dependent upon the Faith which people have in the canc Munesa of senator Hiram Johnson a objection to the covenant and notwithstanding the amendments. Senator Johnson has lately written friends that he la against the covenant. Hla idea and it is snared not entirely but to some extent by i following in California is an America first in his Conception of ii Lerna Liona i pol pics. America he believes should keep out of foreign troubles Gnu should not interfere in world politics that will be her Best Tel Patlon. Quot vet even followers of senator Johnson Are nut so sure that he could carry the state on such an Issue. They admit that the do not know what Tho women would tiny. Substantially. The mandate in this Section la still a Quot keep out of War Quot demand. If the league promises to do so then the people will overwhelmingly support it. If it Breeds Inore trouble or seems to give an Ascendancy to Japan they most emphatically do not want it which of the two done the league really do complaint made on Paris secrecy. On Edillor w to 1� opposed to the league and who has been preaching opposition to his Lurge following confessed to me that if his View la in error he says he has Only the postmaster general s interference with the cables and the inadequate giving out of news on the part of the american Mission in fair la to blame. In fact there is a noticeable Jack of information Here As to the real purposes or objects of the league and the conduct of affairs in Paris. The idea seems to prevail that Japan will be Ute to gain through the league what Ehe has been unable to it through the diplomatic negotiations with individual nations. The suggestion that Domestic questions such As immigration have been explicit excluded from the jurisdiction of the Laguc docs not seem to have cleared Sway Meh opposition. The Hearst news continued on Page 2, column 4. Chicago saloons make ready for coming dry Era i inc a go april 30.�?sonic 6a-/ loons closed today and gentlemen who occasionally imbibe regarded the fact As the beginning of the end. The Saloon then did not regard it As Worth while to renew their licenses for the two months remaining before National prohibition. Charles Doh mice amp sons who have done business on the Rialto for thirty five years and Well known to two generations of actors closed their doors As did de and Billy Welch a favorite resort of labor leaders. Ben Gard another wet spot on the thespian Way ceased to be so last night. A s10.000 restaurant will occupy the Welch site. Paris ready for Day of oleness no cars to operate and even president Wilson will have to walk. By Richard v. Oulahan. New York times Cable. Copyright Paris. April 30�? in addition to the precautions taken to prevent disorders on May Day fhe general comma i log the american troops in Paris has issued order that no american military motor care will be operated. He explained that this is done in fear of Accident duet a great crowds in the streets. The car of tie members of the american delegation Are affected. Even president Wilson will have to walk. A general strike of worker for one by will mean the Complete suspension of Tranbao Ruiton including a taxicabs. All restaurants will be closed except possibly those occupied toy various police commissioners. Secretary Lansing Colo Nel House and other american plenipotentiaries who reside at Tho hotel Cryllon have taken the precaution however to Lay in a Supply of food at the hotel where some of the member a of the times staff Are quartered for tomorrow food has been placed in their rooms by the hotel management tonight with the statement that there would be no waiters to serve it. Paris labor unions decided to make demonstrations Ngu not the advice of the French general labor Syndicate. The government has forbidden Parade ibid will hold the colonial and provincial troops in Reserve. On previous May Days troops were stationed at Central Points. The of Talon is that there will be no trouble. It is doubtful whether any press dispatches will leave Baris tomorrow on account of the absence of operators. London. April 30.�? by the associated press a Quot May Day Quot promises to uses uneventfully in Europe As far a a reports received in indicate with the notable exceptions of Paris and Berlin whore the plan to indulge in a one Day s strike and at Budapest the hungarian capital where the soviet government has issued orders to make the town red with flags and All manner of other Rod decoration English cities will witness the customary parades and mass meetings and lha scandinavian towns will celebrate in a like manner. Reports of plans for n revolutionary demand in Holland have filtered through hut they May to baseless. Three famous fighting ships soon to quit naval service helped to destroy the Spanish Fleet off Santiago in 188 usefulness new terminated. Metropolis deadly package intended for men in High station found in new York City Post office. Judge Landis and san Francisco officials receive infernal machines find no Clews. Washington of Ril 30.�? three of the four which helped destroy the Spanish float off Santiago in 1s98�? the Indiana mfijiiuii4ctta and Iowa arc to a be placed out of . The Navy department announced today and their Aiti Nir realigned to new super dread non a Lite. I or historic of and other reason however tip fourth 4hij�, the in Moi Oregon which circled South America to order to be in the butt Ngay not i Eric Ras a Quail on will retain her name and Viu continue service with the Pacific Fleet the vessels probably will be stripped anti hold for scrap or Imp a a Tarp a to for a hips of the to let. A was Tho old battleship Texas name goes to another. The Nan. Indiana til be Vurm a to authorized with nine others in 19if. which 1� to or built at the new York Yard. The names Mas a chum Ett it Lone will to it a a Ivan to bancs hip non. 53 54, bids for the construction of which will be opened by the Navy Mav 2�l the Indian and Ore con were the first big gup battleships of i Quot Navy and were completed More than Twenty years ago. And at that time were regarded a Thi room Flower Ful ships afloat. Kach carried four 13 Inch r fes eight Singh Rifle and a Nav j smaller a tiny commanded by Sampson. Thi Iowa War Complete us i Ujj Rind i her first a Othman Der Voss a Jet Wil i Liam t. Sampson who if. The year wat transferred to Row pm the of it t he North Atlantic Fleet Battle of Bao tingo. Cd a a fighting Boh Tkv amp be i a ceded to the command was in charge of her a War. The Iowa Sarri i a med. Roloy t. A it to was the Nodi actin Sui he lows and u the Span b height new York. April 30.�?with the discover in the new York Post office today of sixteen infernal machines in addition to a half a dozen which have been delivered to prominent men in a Arloua cd tie Federal detectives tonight were endeavouring to run Down the organizer of what is believed to be a nation wide plot to assassinate cab not officials ant other men prominent in official and private life. Bomb a have been delivered it the Home or office of former senator Thomas w. Hunt Wick of re us Gia Federal judge Kene so m. Landis of Chicago mayor Ole Hanson of sea Elf District attorney Charlee m Fickert and Bis assistant. Edward m. Cunha. Of san Francisco and representative John l. Burnett of Alabama. Among those found Here today were bombs addressed to rec relay of Tabor Wilson postmaster general Burleson. Attorney general a Mitchell Valrner chief Justice Oliver Wendell Homos John in. Rockefeller and Many other prominent men. Two Are injured by deadly traps. While so far. None of the men for whom the bombs were intended has been injure a a. Mrs. Thomas w. Hardwick and her maid were severely injured by the explosion of the bomb intended for ill former senator which we received it a a a Torday and representative Burnett narrowly escaped injury by the explosion if the Bon let addressed to him which was received tonight. Officials tonight refused to comment on the motive of the wholesale bomb sending but it War Mcclured significant 1 that Tho discoveries were made on the eve of Quot May which has been a no the time various demonstrations will take Price. All of the bombs were idcntl�ut1 in font and material. It is it Ald. And All were packed in the Samo manner with fictitious tags bearing the name Quot Oinbe Brothers. New on them. A sweeping inquiry by Wustoff Kcf in bps Tom. Agents of the department o Justice and police experts in. Begun a once into the activities of near Cherta and Quot reds Quot in this City. The add Rennes on the sixteen Palt a be seized hero were All typewritten. The style and a couple of minor errors lad officials to believe that the addressing wus done by a furl Ger. The add Cote were list of intended victims of Bomas. William m Wood. Boston mom Frederick. Howe commission or immigration. New York Mitchell a. Rainier. United 8tat�>-< attorney general Sahi Tigon i0. 1 Anthony Cam Nettl. Bureau of immigration. Washington. D. C. William b. , Secretary of Lapool Washington. I. C. Senator t. Larry Eyre. Chester a. William h. Lamar solicitor general Washington. D. C w m Finch department of Justice new York. A s Itury Ison. a Nen Winti in i it. C nil A hymn mayor. New 1�?T<�rkno or Yor. N k . Police comm outfit v Voru City. N John i it Hakof liar. a tone Wii. N. V t taxi i t wlm a 1 . A a a Nfn Al whom and Herr ii Hurt i a Law Quot a of Velmor William Apr Gulf thou Penney Vanpul it y Oliver Wendell Holmes lick. I Nuevo Stales supreme to i , d. C. J j p Morgan new Tork . A slip on to part of to it. A Quot a # co Ftp the inferno machines coup Cav tent a. Vity Sharp Ratcli of r Poffet Offtor it t 9 _ a Mph of ail that prevented Tom in lbs j or has delve i to give tule pee the sixteen Park a get wer urday night in a Box w continued on pack it
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