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Liberty Hall, Dublin, Headquarters of the Irish Rebels.
Of CURRtNT WEEK
REBELS IN DUBLIN
ROUTED BV BOMBS
Brief Resume of General News
from All Around the Earth.
Hall Occupied as Headquarters
Shelled by Gunboat.
UNIVERSAL HAPPENINGS IN A NUISHfll
'FOUR HUNDRED CAPIURfD ON GRIEN
NEITHER RISC KO»
Uve News Items of Ail Nations and
Large Reinforcements Have Arrived
Pacific Northwest Condensed
in Dublin and Situation Seems
for Our Busy Readers.
Well in Hand, Is Report.
London.—The Dublin rebels have
A $2,000.000 appropriation for aero
driven out of their positions in
nautics was agreed to by the house
Green with bombs after
sustaining heavy losses, says tho
The United States submarine L-5
was launched at the yards of the Lake
Kingston, Ireland.—Four hundred
Torpedo Boat company at Bridgeport.
Irish reliels were made prisoners when
the troops captured St. Stephen's
Two robbers dynamited a small safe
Green and drove them out with bombs.
at the First State Bank a t Richfield.
Idaho, at 2 o'clock Monday morning
Belfast.—Tho first official Intim a
and escaped with $500 in cash.
tion of the outbreak In Dublin was re
ceived hero Saturday. Telegraphic
A new plan for the reorganization
and telephonic communication bo-
of the Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific
Belfast nnd Dublin Is still inter
railroad is being formulated by the
This photograph of Liberty Hall, with the defiance of the British government, was taken some months ago. The hall was the tween
protective com m ittee for the $20,000,- headquarters
News Letter says It un
000 5 per cent debenture bonds.
through Dublin. At the right is a company of “ Larkin's Citizenry Soldiers." They are probably the men concerned in the cap The Belfast
tho postofflco at Dublin has
Francisco Rodriguez, sentenced to ture of the postoffice, under the direction of the Sinn Fein Society. The hall was taken by the British at the cost of eleven lives. derstands
been retaken by tho military forces,
be hanged May 17. 1911. for the m ur
newspaper also publishes tho fob
der of his wife, and whose execution
lowing statem ent:
was delayed by • appeals and several REVOLUTION IN IRELAND BROKEN;
Blacksmiths Go To Convention in
| “The police authorities desire tho
reprieves, was resentenced in the su
widest publicity In your district of tho
perior court to be executed May 19.
Autos; Machines Supplant Horses j following:
7 0 7 PRISONERS; LOSS MILLIONS
'During the night (Wad*
Proposed increased rates on sheet
v i nesday?) a royal naval reserve gun-
iron and steel articles from eastern Kingstown, Ireland.—The main body
Tacoma, W ash.—After riding to tioat shelled Liberty Hall, th« h ead
points to Spokane. Wash., were found of the Sinn Fein rebels in Dublin sur
their convention in automobiles 55 quarters of the Sinn Fein force, and
discrim inatory and unjustified by the rendered Sunday.
m aster blacksm iths of Washington It was subsequently occupied.
interstate commerce commission. The There was, however, considerable
spoke of the lean years in their busi ” ’Meanwhile Inrgc reinforcem ents
rates were ordered canceled.
ness and dolefully predicted the hope have arrived in Dublin. In other por
fighting throughout the day in Dublin
lessness of the future with the grow tions of the city the situation is well
the suburbs. It was especially se-
President W ilson was too busy i and
ing popularity and utility of tho auto In hand and repairs to tho railway line
Tuesday to sign the proclamation The rebels in the College of Sur-
ure being effected rapidly.' ”
! mobile and the disuse of horses.
opening to entry 350.000 acres of land : geons
News has been received here of the
on the Colville reservation in W ash One of surrendered
Though Optimism Reigns. i extinct, they said, and in his place Is safe
return to Dublin of Lord Basil
the prisoners taken here was
ington. His secretary informed Rep ! the Countess
secretary to the Ixird Lieu
resentative Dill the proclamation
Lieutenant Murray G ra
would be signed Wednesday.
London.—An official statem ent re
mobiles frequently. No attacks wen- ham. who came to Belfast before tho
Leaders of the woman’s suffrage
made on the motor car, the majority outbreak of the disorder In Dublin.
rebels are surrendering free SUPPLIES GO FORWARD FOR 1R00PS I of
movement sent baskets of May-day ly. “The
the members merely reporting that
The back of the rebellion has been
flowers to President Wilson and all broken.
they have gone into the uutomoblle Dublin, Tuesday. April 25, via Ix>n-
the members of his cabinet. The bas "M essengers have been sent from
don, April 28.—Dublin now has been
I repair business.
kets contained messages urging sup the leaders of the Dublin rebels to
J. W. Woodside, of North Yakima, held up for 24 hours by a combination
port of a constitutional amendment I other rebels in Galway, Clare, Wex- Threat of Force Denied by Mexican was elected president for the ensuing of members of the Sinn Fein Boclety
giving the ballot to women.
and followers of Jam es Larkin, head
ford, Louth and Dublin counties order- General— Meeting Marks Time,
of the T ransport W orkers’ Union, and
The Seattle, Renton & Southern rail 1 lng them to surrender.”
widely known as a strike leader.
road. 12-mile streetcar line between “Priests and the Royal Irish con
There has been the namo violence
Pending Reply of Wilson,
Seattle and the coal-mining suburb of stabulary are doing their utm ost to
in the city as marked the big streetcar
Renton, was offered for sale at auc dissem inate this information.
strike in 1913, which was headed by
tion by the receivers under instruc “As to the situation in Dublin, reb-
Larkin, but supplemented by the use
tion of the superior court. There were 1 els from the areas of Sackville street, El Paso.—Mexican and American
of an nrmed force with m ilitary pre
no bidders and the sale was post the postoffice and the Four Courts are conferees over the disposition of the
tensions and the seizure of strategic
! surrendering freely. More incendiary American forces in Mexico marked
points designed to give the disturb
took place in Sackville street
General Juan I. Jiminez, president fires
ance the aspect of a revolution.
of the Dominican republic, was im is now able to resum e work.
Tho trouble has gone on now for 24
peached by the Chamber of Deputies “It is further reported that up to Scott and Frederick Funston awaited
hours nnd has completely dislocated
for an alleged violation of the consti
the life of Dublin. No shops are open
word from W ashington as to the next
present 707 prisoners have been step
tution in connection with the budget. the
nnd uo busIncH.i Is being transacted.
T he motion for impeachment was sent “The rebels at Ennlscorthy are re- 1 with General Obregon.
Streetcars have ceased to run and the
to the senate and the approval of that I ported to be still in possession of this
gas supply has been cut off. Use of
The report of the American repre
body is expected.
the telephone between tho city and
the suburbs has been forbidden by the
America reawakened in national infantry and artillery has been sent j went forward by wire. On the answer
military, nnd the running of trains to
spirit through lessons of the war in : from
Wexford with a view to engaging i of President Wilson and Secretaries
and from the country is Irregular.
Europe was the them e of an address the rebels. The latest information i Lansing and Baker to its recommen
Yesterday (Monday) at midday the
by President Wilson at the opening from Enniscorthy shows that the rebel datlons depends the future status of
Fein revolutionists were asst-m-
of the national service school m ilitary leader at this place does not believe the conference.
tiled as if for one of their usual pa
encam pm ent for young women. In con the rebellion leaders’ message from In the meantime the following facts
rades. They were supposed to be go
cluding the persident voiced a w arn Dublin and has proceeded to that city developed:
ing for an E aster Monday march.
ing that the honor and integrity of the in a motor car under escort to verify That to date the apparent intention
Some of the rank nnd file oven im
United States cannot be tampered the information. In the meantime a jof the W ashington governm ent to keep
agined this was their purpose.
Pershing’s columns in Mexico
About 600 of them, however, took
“A deputation for a sim ilar purpose 'General
A resolution by Senator Jam es, au from
of the general postoffice ill
rebels at Ashbourne (County That General Obregon in Saturday’s
thorizing the secretary of the interior Meath) the has
which at tho time
also been sent to Dublin. ' conference served no sort of notice on
to receive an assignm ent of the Ritt- 1 At Galway the
was attended by a usual small holiday
man patent for improvement in gaso E>e dispersing and few arrests have j Generals Scott and Funston that could
staff of clerks. There tho 600 men
line m anufacture, was adopted by the 1 been made.
be construed as an ultim atum demand
remnined all day and night and still
senate. Director Manning, of the bu “At New Ross, Gorey, Wicklow, Ba- ing immediate withdrawal.
reau of mines, informed the senate genalstown and Arklow, the situation That the desire of the de facto gov-
the patent promises to increase gaso is reported normal. Carlow and Dun- ¡ernment for withdrawal was again
More Russians In France
line production from 15 to 45 per cent
announced, but that the only discus
lavin are believed to be quiet"
Baris.—A Havas dispatch from Mar
of the crude oil used.
sion along this line was regarding the
seilles reports the arrival thero of a
advisability of an American retire
President Wilson has not A ltered
further contingent of Russian troops,
his purpose to keep American troops
the number of which is not given.
in the border region of Mexico until
The Russians reached Marseilles
of the possibility of effective
brigandage has come to an end. After Portland.—W ith gay sashes and ban sion
Saturday morning, the dispatch says,
American and Mexican co-operation in
a brief conference at the W hite House ners of gold, white and purple, rival the
and disembarked immediately. They
eradication of scattered Villa ban
Secretary Baker prepared further in ing the brightness of the sunny spring dit groups.
were received with the same m ilitary
structions for Generals Scott and Fun- morning, the delegation of 23 eastern That there la a strong possibility
honors which were accorded tho pre
ston, sought by the officers as a result suffragists touring the country in the there will be only one more conference
vious Russian detachm ents and wero
of their conference with General Obre- interests of the Susan B. Anthony and that depending on the wishes of
by the peoplo as they m arch
gon, Carranza’s w ar minister.
Mlrabeau. They will he
amendment for national suffrage, ar the W ashington government.
A braham W ilcox.
sent In a few days to Camp Mallly.
Immigration is quickening after rived Sunday in Portland. After break That while the present negotiations
m onths of stagnation caused by the fast the visitors were taken on a tour are proceeding, shipm ents of supplies Abraham Wilcox, who has Just died
war. Figures published by the immi of the city, then to the general rendez to the American expedition’s forces in Fort W orth, declared that he was
Crew Left Far at 8ea.
gration bureau show that 33,000 for vous station at the Oregon building are going forward uninterruptedly, 115 years old. His sons and daughters
eigners reached American shores in and thence out the Columbia river among other supplies leaving the Co say he was 107. Until his last illness London.—The British steam ship In
March, against 24.000 in February and highway to view the scenery and en lumbus base being nine truckloads of he walked two miles every day, and dustry, of 4044 tons, has been sunk by
never failed to read the dally papers.
17,000 in January. Italy is sending joy luncheon at Crown Point Chalet. ordnance.
which left the crew of
th e greatest number, with England A rousing mass meeting at the library From stray bits of information it ap He came to the United States at the a the submarine,
open boats 1 2 0 miles
second and Scandinavia third. Italian at night completed the busy day’s pears that Saturday's conference end
from land. The crew was picked up
im m igrants in March numbered about visit, after which the party left for ed with the question of withdrawal of near Rochester, N. Y. Later he owned by
tho American liner Finland. The
farm In Michigan. He spent many
the United States troops still upper a years
captain of the Danish Hteamer Johannn
Idaho Sells 5000 Acres.
The British government has with
stand the revolutions, and he went was killed when tho vessel struck a
ferees. They are understood to have not
Caldwell—Approximately 5000 acres tried
drawn its conscription measure.
mine In tho North Sea, according to
dispatch to tho Exchange Telegraph
The Irish rebellion now affects the Boise project were sold at public
from Copenhagen. Tho rem ainder of
conditions in Mexico are such year. Jay .R. Chambers was chosen the
entire island, and m artial law has been auction by State Land Commissioner litical
crew was landed at Hamburg.
that they cannot be responsible for secretary and August Swenson, of
George Day. The bidding was spir any
choice parcels being sold for from
8elzure la Confirmed.
occupation of Mexican soil president. All the other officers were
Transcontinental railroads continue ited,
$60 to $83 an acre. Commissioner continued
by American columns. They are said re-elected. North Yakima was chosen Vallejo, Cal.—Tho reported seizure
to show enormous tonnage movements, Day declared that the state would also
to have laid stress on the fact as the next m eeting place, beating out of the American power schooner Ore
realize $150,000 from the sale.
w ith resultant gains in earnings.
that the position of the Carranza gov Bellingham for the honor. The visitors gon by tho British cruiser Rainbow
Drafting Grows In Favor.
ernm ent would be extrem ely delicate attended a banquet.
In the Oulf of California is confirmed
Hundreds of exhibits illustrative of Glasgow.—The
Scottish Trades Un If the expeditionary movement were
by advices received Saturday at the
the methods of the Federal govern ions’
Congress, by a vote of 66 to 46, not ended.
Mare Island navy yard from Gnaymss.
m ent in caring for the lives and prop
its opposition to compulsory There was noting In the atmosphere New York.—H arper’s W eekly has The
seizure occurred on April 23 while
erty of its citizens, are being assem declared
was en route from La Paz,
bled in W ashington, D. C., for the ered significant as heretofore the that any crisis has been reached In Corporation, it was announced here, Lower California,
to Guaymas. The
Safety F irst special, a 12-coach train Scottish Trades Unionists have been the negotiations. All of the principals, and is to bo incorporated In the Inde Oregon,
a vessel of 350 tons, Is owned
th a t will make an educational tour virtually unanimous against compul Mexican and American, seem opti pendent. The Independent is 68 years by the Crawley company of San Fran
old and H arper’s W eekly 59.
through thousands of cities and towns. sory service.
MEXICO DOES NOT
Lived Over 100 Years