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Santa Ana Register (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Santa Ana, California De Valera flayed by Loyd George in commons gravel hauling bid held too High county to do work Orange county is to try its hand at saving Money on county Road work. The decision was announced today in connection with the rejection yesterday by the Board of supervisors of the bid of Wells amp Bressler local paving contractors for the hauling of decomposed gravel to be used on Brookhurst and Euclid avenues in the Brookhurst Section of the third Road District. The contractors bid was $2295. County Engineer Mcbride recommended that the bid be rejected and that the county do the work stating that the Job could be done by Day labor for $1672.70, thus creating a saving of $732.50. The Board followed Mcbride a recommendation and placed him and supervisor Schumacher who has charge of the third Road District in charge of the work. Man held a tit Tutt in to robbery hangs self in jail 5 film land agog As miss Pickford Fairbanks wed defense of ewe1 Moon sir Edward Carson Reiter despondent Oklahoma to ates unchangeable View Man commits horrible Here Are two angeleno famous stars of a Silver screen a whose efforts to keep marriage secret failed. On Home Rule crime on babes hot wire brings 2 califor anians to front for hot poll Battle Washington mar. 31.�? discussion of Herbert Hoover s presidential candidacy As a Republican broke out in the Senate today. Senator Mckeller Tennessee a Democrat called attention to hoovers statement in a Telegram to his California friends that the Republican platform must be on sound economic issues. San Francisco March 31-Hoover Headquarters Here put a punch into the Hoover for president Boom today by issuing an a outrageous lies statement and a a a wilful misrepresentation accusation. One statement dealt with finances. The other brought the contest Between senator Johnson s supporters i is blamed for shortage in labor Chicago mar. 31�?the City Council today passed the 1920 budget with Over appropriation of $4,000,000 to permit an increase of ten per cent in wages of employees. London mar 31.�?prime minis a Elk City okla., mar. 31�?mrs. Ter Lloyd George s Home Rule Bill i Bowart despondent and in ill i for Ireland passed second Reading health Cut the throats of her five today. The vote was 343 to 94. Children and then slashed her own during final debate sir Edward Thorning. Carson Irish unionist Leader said the Dve children ranging from he had been warned by Scotland our a oaths to 12 years in age Are Yards that six clan a Gael Mem j dead. Mrs. Bowart is in the Hospital Here unconscious from loss of blood and will probably die. The three younger children were1 Chicago mar. 31.�?jazz, luxurious dinners plenty of shows and late hours together with easy jobs at High wages threatens to cause a labor shortage on farms this year which May cause further increases in living costs observers Here said today. And the Hoover men to the front in Grain Belt Are meeting with Little what is expected to be a bitter fight response and unless farm help is Between the two californians in j obtained shortly Farmers will have their race for the Republican Nomi-jf0 work night and Day to get in their nation. A crops according to reports. The charge of hoovers opponents a there is a Verv great labor Short that Cleveland Dodge had Given 1re on the farms a said c. S. Boyd $200,000 to the Hoover Campaign head of an employment Agency Here. Fund was characterized As an a outrageous lie a in a statement telegraphed Here by the Hoover National Republican club of new York. The Telegram reads wire passes lie. Quot statement As to Dodge contribution outrageous lie. Lucey of Hoover a National Republican club states no subscription Over $1,000 received and total expenditures to Date not Over $5,000.�?� the Hoover Headquarters gave out a statement by Ralph p. Merritt hoovers California manager which according to the statement a exposed the deliberate and wilful misrepresentation by which the Johnson in new York sought to mislead the voters of California with regard to the alleged endorsement by the new York times of Johnson s a far from endorsing the candidacy of Johnson a Merritt says a the times declared that his nomination would be a a calamity for the a a this is merely another example of the deliberate misrepresentation that Johnson and the Johnson machine in their desperation Are dealing in California a a says Merritt. A we receive fifty orders for farm hands daily and Are Only Able to fill ten. A the jobs pay from $50 to $80 a month with room Board and Wash hers had landed from America with the avowed intention of assassinating him. Eammon de Valera president of slain in their sleep. The oldest child a boy was sitting out of bed the Irish Republic is putting Forward when he was pushed Back and kill the same arguments in the United de fighting with the French army in j some of the big engagements of the i world War surviving Bullet and Gas 1 wounds and returning to the United states Georges Mathieu today is i dead of his own hand and his body i is at the Smith amp Tuthill undertaking Parlours. He committed suicide late yester i Day afternoon in the jail at Capistrano while being held for Transfer i to the county jail Here pending trial j on a charge of grand larceny. He took his own life by hanging himself in the jail using his i Belt. He was about 38 years of age. Torney John Nelson represented the people Ai the hearing. Mathieu pro tested his innocence and tears ran Down his checks us he made his protestations. At the preliminary hearing it developed that his wife was dead and who the woman is to whom he made the shipments is a mystery to the people of Capistrano. Constable Clark took lunch to Mathieu at the jail about 3 30 yesterday afternoon. The prisoner asked him when he would get supper own and the Constable replied that he 1 would bring it to him about 7 one daughter was dressing when the Mother descended on her and slashed the child across the throat., to the states that Jefferson Davis did when he attempted justification of a secession of the Southern states prime minister Lloyd George declared when the Kirly half dressed fell he took the floor in defense of his floor and bled to death. Measure. Mrs. Bowart then went to the bed a a we say this to America a the pre Side of the other three children and i Mier said. A de Valera is putting j Cut their throats. Two died shortly Forward the same claim in the same Lafter to i language that Jefferson Davis did.1 the death of a bj8ter a few weeks some senators voting on the recent ago la believed to have caused mrs. Motion the motion in the United Bowart t0 Iobe her mind. States Senate favouring Irish Freedom recent crop failures ruined the Are descendants from families which Bow arts and they came Here living fought each other to the death in in a tent the american civil War Oyer de Ruanda similar to those Ireland Niron Pau cd rakes upon great Britain. We saw Ulutu Oku Vav Liao Douglas eatebank3 rebels refuse Avary a Pic Kford tempting off Ere by Farmers maim nothing More than the United states claimed and we will stand fori nothing Caroon reiterated Ulster a unalterable opposition to any form of Home a Rule. Are to Plant Beans close this season Paris March 31.�?the French foreign office was advised from Berlin today that the German Ruhr Reb san Dirgo mar. 31 the late a _ 8 have refused the ultimatum of rival of the Winter Rains has made general Yon Auer demanding that possible a bean crop in this county Bey give up their arms and disband that will be double the crop of last jmeir soviet. Meantime the advices Quot Cork mar 71�?a Large Narv of i year i the opinion of Frank i it said Independent socialists in Berlin armed men attacked the police bar have Dpi Clamp an t0, Racks at Dorris 45 Miles West and 1 Cron expert said yesterday Over mint demanding removal of Olith it pork Carlo today the he crop expert Sam be Siraaj Yon warier who is commanding the raiders were driven off after a three hat san government troops which have taken ing. This is an increase of 25 per to to fight Quot two policemen were this year May place their Jean rows the fled agaln8t the rebels cent Over last year. Jobs for mar ried couples pay $100 a month and they Are Given a House Garden and j a cow a labourers a a flush a the Lack of farm labor is caused j by the fact that the saloons Are wounded. Twice As close together with the Assurance that their soil holds enough Durlin mar. 31-Soldlers armed to nouri8h the it ional with machine guns and 8l Pori Ltd it f preparation of the county bean by flying squadrons with armoured a now a prokre8b an 1 plenty by inn ran mat me saloons Are i n Dav following outbreaks by sub surface moisture is apparent closed and the labourers have lots of imprisoned Here and another rain w within the next few sinn heiners ,mpr,8onehtth"ema5e Days would be almost a positive to Rescue them. The additional troops arrived yes Dublin Joseph Sweeney m. P. Arrested. Hoover agrees to accept g. O. P. Nomination san Francisco. Mar. 31.�?�?ohit is Felt that the issues necessitate it and it is demanded of in this fashion Herbert Hoover in a Telegram received Here by Warren Gregory president of the Hoover Republican club of California stated he would accept the Republican nomination for president. Hoover in the Telegram said he would give the Republican party his entire support if that party a with the Independent element of which i am naturally affiliated adopts a Forward looking Liberal Conli Ruc Tive platform on the treaty and on our economic issues and if the party proposes measures for sound business administration and is neither reactionary nor Radical in its approach to our great Domestic questions and is backed by men who undoubtedly assure the consummation of these policies and hoovers statement in part follows Speaks of treaty a the recent developments Over the treaty stagnation in adjustment of our great economic problems and particularly the Many urgent representations that i have received As to the situation in my own state convince me that it is my duty to confirm the action that my Republican friends there have already taken without consulting is. A i understand that there is a great wish among the republicans of California to have Opportunity to express themselves in favor of the league of nations with proper reservations safeguarding american traditions and interests As opposed to the extreme View advocated against any league at All. A i differ just As strongly with this i continued on Page three Money a said Cumming of a labor i reports that an Effort in agent. They can get $5 a Day and Thom City life attracts them. With plenty of Money to spend they done to care to give up life in the Boyd estimated the shortage on d from 8everal districts. The farm will he 50 per cent. We ��?zk1i_ m p could place 300 single men at Between $50 and $80 a month right now a said Boyd. A but we can to get them. The farm hands got Good jobs during the War and done to want to give them up. A the shortage will have a bad effect on crops and Means higher prices of the Price goes up the farm hand will demand More Money and then More increases will follow. Guarantee of a bumper crop. General crop conditions throughout the i country were never better than at ter Day to it Quot forc he Eph a rip a present Hope declared on guard. Minor clashes were Rev a 1 re in expect firemen to join Chicago strike a a thousands Idle As meat Cutter chief hurries to Chicago Chicago mar. 31.�?dennis Lane of City employees International Secretary of the meat cutters Union was expected Here to mystery kidnapping under police probe Oakland. Calmar. 31�? police Here today were investigating the kidnapping of an unidentified girl who late yesterday was dragged screaming and fighting into an automobile and whisked away from the heart of Oakland. Members of a Street car Crew at los Angeles mar. 31 a Douglas Fairbanks a the Ever. Smiling Doug a and his Bride Mary Pickford who is americans sweetheart no longer were showered with messages of congratulations from All parts of the Western hemisphere today following the announcement of their secret wedding Here sunday night. Messengers streamed constantly to the door of the palatial Fairbanks Home at Beverly Hills and one servant was assigned to the unceasing task of answering the Telephone. The messages came from men and women in All walks of life from the romantic shop girl to High government officials. Meanwhile however Doug and Mary remained in seclusion mining the morning at their Home planning joyously the details of their honeymoon trip to Europe. They will leave los Angeles May 19 and sail from new York on the Cunard liner Royal George. The honeymoon will include trips to England Denmark Sweden France and Italy and will consume several months time. Doug announced that plans ars being made for his Bride and himself to appear As co stars in at least one motion picture to be produced shortly. Humiliation is believed to have actuated self destruction. The quiet Mission town of Capistrano was thrown into a fever of o clock. It is believed that immediately after eating hts lunch he commenced preparation for taking his own life. Excitement yesterday by the arrest Deputy Coroner a. Is. Koepsel and of the Man and the finding of his Deputy sheriff Joe Fowler went to dead body later in the jail. The Tho Mission town last evening and discovery was made by a boy in passing the jail who through the grating of a jail window saw the body dangling in the air. Thefts alleged Mathieu had been employed for several months at the Palm cafe As a dishwasher. Since his employment times. There have been Many complaints by left Farewell notes the management of canned goods that word wits received during and table Linen missing and guests i the War that he had been killed and employees have been missing overseas and that As result of this Money. A Young lady recently miss news. His Mother or his wife turned de $50 and a few Days ago the chef on the Gas and killed herself and at the cafe secreted $300 in an in his two children in san Francisco. Made an investigation Koepsel going Down with City marshal Jernigan. Mathieu said that he had served with the French army during the world War and that he had been gassed and wounded at different was a statement made at the inquest by miss Margaret Hoffman veloce and this later came up miss j ing. Suspicion was directed on mat a waitress at the cafe. He had not Hieu. Several times recently it is j told her that direct but he had told claimed he has sent boxes to a i another waitress who understood i woman in Oakland addressed to French and they had passed mrs. Geo. Mathieu. At 643 tenth the information to her. She could Street in that City. He boldly walked not state positively whether it was out of the cafe at different times j Mother or wife that exterminate with boxes to Send to his wife. Thetie t the family. Were taken to the depot and ship against this testimony is a note Ped and no attention was paid to Reading. A Many kisses to my three jibe matter. Children who Are in following the missing of the $300 j r b Bird. Son of the owner of his actions were watched and yes a the cafe r. P. Bird and miss Hoff ter Day when he took a Box to the i Pian testified that he was Peculiar depot to be shipped an invest la in his actions and that at times he ton of the contents of the Box was j was irrational and irresponsible i made. The shipping tag bore the a Large number of pass keys information that the shipment Eon-1 hey that would make it possible listed of a graph phone and a num Jfe a him to unlock most any door Ber of records. It is alleged that the j were found among his possessions investigation disclosed that in add and it s believed by Deputy sheriff edition to the musical instrument Holbrook that he might have been and records there was a Supply of a member of a gang of thieves of Linen and canned goods. Grating in Southern California and arrest follows that the woman in Oakland to t i his arrest by Constable Clark of whom he was sending packages is los Angeles. March 31.�?film Capistrano it followed and he was a Quot Fence for the gang Colony circles Here today were in a Tapp before Justice John Dane if Pequot French note turmoil of excitement following the ye8terday afternoon for Prplimin-1 before killing himself he penned tempted to Rescue the struggling _ girl. But the abductors there were announcement that Mary Pickford a up Ani nation and was to and Over the following lines in French which Quot Ltd Bult Ami now. Fairbank Ere married Quot a in the Quot Oran by Avo my sn-1 secretly Here sunday night. Perior court Deputy District at continued on Page three a Small army of reporters today dogged the footsteps of the famous two drove them off with Black jacks. Before the oar darted away the girl was heard to scream a a they re taking me to san Jose for gods Sake get the a a a a Pirn ii a. I duty t0 Endeavor to bring about a set Chicago March 31.�?City a Quot Bement of the wage dispute which. ,�?oatoda1y to nil caused livestock handlers at the that the situation is serious was i baking clerks bookkeepers s g 8tock Yard Bere to walk out and Var asserted by b. M. Snow Grain ex-1 Raphers and other 1�, a. A tally paralyse Trade at the Yards pert. I ployho8e, de�?oan�?~l8 ,.fpr j and packing plants. A there is a very serious shortage pay were refused but production of meat at the packing in every farming Section of the was practically standstill country which will interfere with the putting in of crops a he said. Quot unless the season is perfect All activities in municipal affairs were thousands of men were at a standstill hero again today. La t of work pickets were on duty at the City out 01 Wor indications were that sewer Der a irn tick i a i it apartment employees craftsmen and Kidd Leo Ujj if Arll architects and milk inspectors would sap for soft drinks the Way through so that the smaller amount of labor can do the usual work of previous seasons there will. Abe a great shortage in walk a Ute unle88 wage demand8 were John Fitzpatrick president of the granted Chicago federation of labor blam City Council was to meet today edit All on the unwillingness of the to rpcod8 apr. The Fala Farmer to pay More Money. I budget which has split by Quot if there is any increase in grain0 two in a prions. Prices a Fitzpatrick said a it will not be due to labor shortage but to 2 fall to death As student flier tries to steer air plane Sioux City. Low mar six Harry e. Simon 26, flying instructor and Arthur l. Peterson. 22, student from Viborg. S. Do a were killed Here late yesterday when an air plane from the Sioux City flying cinematograph couple in efforts to secure from them further Informa-1 Hon As to their future plans. Formal announcement of the wedding was made at a wedding dinner at the Fairbanks Home in Beverly Hills last night. Rev. J. W. Brougher a Baptist minister and Mutual Friend of the couple performed the marriage ceremony at 10 30 of clock sunday night at the Brougher Home. Efforts were made to keep the marriage secret a for at least two weeks on account of business Rea Hoosier food output in jeopardy claim Indianapolis ind., mar. 31.�? food production in Indiana is threatened seriously by a shortage of farm labor George c. Bryant Field agent of the department of agriculture said today. A Farmers generally contemplate reducing production about 15 per cent a Bryant asserted. A this is due mainly to the labor shortage and the High wages labor is labor Scarcity is seen for Missouri St. Louis mar. 31.�?farm hands of the Southwest with wages paid this year will be Able to come Back fears cops dumps raisins Chicago mar. 31.�?the sewers of Indiana Harbor a Chicago suburb were clogged with 800 pounds of raisins and prunes. Police officials believe some Home Revenue officers dumped the chief ingredients. _ Vincennes ind., mar. 31.�?boys and girls Here Are not worried about the Advance in the Price of pop and i Are defying the proprietors of soft 1 drink places where sundaes and sodas have advanced in Price and they Are placing bottles on the smaller limbs of the Maple Trees at night and the next morning the bottles Are filled with a sugar in one Yareff a Largo Fri Maple tree is filling thirty pint bottles formerly used for Beer. Register this week to an Quot and All who Are not registered you must Register by next saturday it you would vote in the presidential primary in May. This should concern every citizen seriously. The exercise of the franchise this year is of tremendous import. In a period As crucial As this nation Ever has known a president is to be elected the entire membership of the lower House of Congress is to be chosen and one third of the membership of the Senate is to be elected. The judgment and convictions of each to the country next year a Bummer j and e be a Ector shout be cast into the s0 that the Best men boarders employment agencies and no ply a a adm you e the governmental destinies Al club went into a Tail spin and crashed. An attempt by the student j to take control of the plane is if announcement plans carry the thought to have caused the acct noted movie stars will spend their Dent. A i honeymoon in Europe sailing from a new York May 19 on the Cunard in i Coppi Ink Mil to in or Royal George after a several to Uil i i in months tour of England France syndic Ai ism f Aasu i Denmark and Sweden they will re ainu Tatum Widl Tutti to America they stated today los Angeles mar. .71�?nicholas Steelink is today in the county jail Here awaiting sentence next Friday by judge Willis in whose court he was found guilty yesterday on a charge of violating the criminal syndicalism of i. W. W. I a of California. Steelink was convicted on the first ballot taken by the jury which was out Only twelve minutes. In his statement to the jury yesterday District attorney Thomas Lee Woolwine scored the defendant and also attacked Steelink a attorney. J. H. Ryckman declaring that a Tryck Man is a Lucky Man he is not tarred and feathered and driven from this that no definite plans have yet been made for them to make pictures As co stars although such plans Are possible. Only miss Pickford smother and intimate friends of the couple were present at the marriage ceremony. Quot who will Mary marry a a question which film devotees have been asking for the past several winks is answered now the answer coming As a Climax to quite an extended Romance of the noted couple. Miss Pickford whose True name before her marriage to Quot Doug was final bulletins oranges firm and higher. New York. March 31.�?25 cars of oranges and one car of Lemons sold today. Oranges firm and slightly higher. Averages ranged from $3.43 to $6.31. Highest Price paid for 28 boxes Lotus $7.20. Lemons unchanged. Averages ranged from $3.17 to $3.48. Hair temperature 8 a. Rn., 48. Mississippi begins suffrage vote. Jackson miss., March 31�?the House began voting on the Federal suffrage amendment at 3 13 p. Rn., Central time today. Russ a a red government sues in s. F. San Francisco March 31�?the russian soviet government to Day brought suit in the United states court Here for $50,000 damages declared to have been sustained through detention of the Steamer Rogi Jai in this port. Negotiations for the suit have been carried on through Ludwig Martens. Soviet Quot ambassador to the United states. The action was brought by attorney a. Lewis representing Martens. Delaware suffrage vote deferred. Dover del., March 31.�?efforts to Call up the Resolution ratifying the woman suffrage amendment in the House of representatives of the Delaware legislature failed today. Representative Hart sponsor of the measure refused to Call for a vote today and the measure went Over until tomorrow. Turks in revolt on allies. Paris March 31.�?a revolution directed against the allies has broken out throughout All Turkey except constantinople a Budapest dispatch declared today. Of tree lev. A a a Ulm a by member up. If be or me i. W. Smith became an american 2 new York lifers i Arnstein a wife is sunday night simultaneously with trninic Ramul tit cts a a receive Money the performance with of the ceremony. Get terms commuted Farmers declared today a serious shortage of farm labor is forecast for Missouri Arkansas and Southern Illinois despite highest wages in history. High pay by railroads and construction corporations is causing the shortage state labor departments asserted. Lansing mich., mar. 31.�?mich continued on Page three the nation. To those who have registered but. In registering did not state party affiliations to be Able without question to vote in the May primary for the presidential nomination you would better have your registration changed to show the party to which you adhere. This is a simple process requiring but Little time and no trouble. Do this and you can vote your preference without question in May. These things must be done this week. Next week will he too late. The registration Hooks will he closed then. Willard challenges negro pays Dollar Lawrence a amps. Mar. 31.�?jess Willard former heavyweight Champion this time had to pay for challenging a Black Justice Manley fined Jess one Dollar for challenging feed Logan negro policeman to taking out of naturalization papers. And now in a married to an american born Here and full of american Pep and so now in Man monsignor Harnett of St. Vim anal a Cathedral declared today that Mary Pickford will not necessarily be excommunicated from the Catholic Church but by remarrying she is no longer a regular communicant of that Church. When asked for a statement Owen Moore who was divorced by fight when the latter did no to give Willard room enough in the Road j Mary Pickford recently declared a i to pass with his Auto a a Bila have nothing to \ new York mar. 31.�?governor Smith has commuted the sentences of seven prisoners including two a lifers a it was Learned. The men to be released Are Preston Henderson. Who has served fourteen years of a life sentence Newton tomlins who has served nearly five years for killing his son Jacob Saul convicted of receiving stolen goods Patrick Bol Ger and John Mcclure sentenced for robbery John Krank Chack a Quot Money making machine a swindler and Fred Fredericks robber. New York mar. 31.�?federal judge Learned hand signed an order releasing the Bank accounts of Fannie Brice wife of the missing Jules w. A Rustein in the colonial Bank and the United states mortgage and Trust company an order of february 19 had thus far restrained every sate Deposit company Bank or Trust corporations in the City from transferring or removing or disposing of any Money stocks or Bonds or other properly of Arnstein or his wife Faunie Brice. Saul s. Meyers attorney for creditors of Arnstein. Voiced no objections to the order

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