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MARTIAL LAW FLEEI !
R HFQnilR iNiSANK STEAMER
Drastic Steps Taken hy British Gov
ernment to Suppress Uprising in
liisli Capital Liberty Hall. Head
quarters of Sennl Fein Party, and
St. Stephen's Green. Center of Ris
ing, Rcoccupied hy Military Rein
forced hy Nationalist Volunteers
LONDON, April 20. The fallow
ing telegram whs received In London
totfay from Huron Wlmborne. lord
lieutenant for Ireland, tinted Dublin :
The lltmUon la satisfactory.
Stephens Oreen hna been occupied.
Kleven Insurgenta have been kilted.
The provincial new la reassuring."
LONDON, April 28.--Drastic steps
have been taken bv the llrltlsh gov
ernment to suppress tlio uprising In
Dublin by proclamation of martini
law in the city and county and by
proclaiming the associations which
took part In the movomettt illegal
organisations, which will gnablo the
pollre to break them up.
Tli la waa announced In the house
or common! today b Premier As
qulih. who. while making a more ream-
irlng statement with regard to
I bo alttialion in (he lrflah capital,
illil not add to prevluua knowledge
of what haa happened there shire
Monday noon when rebel took pos-pe-slou
of the poatofflce and certain
ctlons of the city.
The prim minister was able to
mi, however, that Libert, Hall, the
hutiiquartera of the Sinn Fein partv.
and St. Btephen'e Ureen, which seem-
(I to have been the center of the up
ilxing had been re-occupled by the
military, who were being reinforced
i the troopa from Kngland and Bel
National volunteera. Mr. Aaqulth
mid. had turned out to aaalat the au
thorities, while many local peraona
bud offered their aid.
vfarttul law baa been proclaimed
in the city and county of Dublin, It
was announced in the houae of com
i ii on. Tioope have arrived at Dub
lino from Belfast and Kngland.
Steps to arrest all thoae concerned
In the movement, Mr. Aaqulth aald,
were being taken.
Oulatde or Dublin, he aald. the
onntry waa tranquil. The premier
added that atepa were being taken
to acquaint neutral countries with
the real significance of "this moat
i.-i.'ut German campaign."
In the cour-c of n statement in the
I e oi' lord. thi iittcrnoon Loid
l.un-tlowne aid that the rebel in
Mnliliii had made u hiilf-hcurlcd nt
t . i . U on Motidnv mi Dublin en -tie.
'I I ic re wa- now u complete cordon of
lump around the ('enter of Dublin,
In i tided.
The en-unltii- at Dublin, nccoidini!
1" lir.l Lan-downc'- -tatcmciit, wiic
I I ill lllill illlil tv i III V-nlle Wollllll
i !. In -nli - lun I..V..I wi'illllccl - .111)1
(Continued on page two.)
LmNIhiN. A i i I -M Tbe 'i ni.i -'
I. iMil eilt, 111 ill-i M--IIU tin ll.O.'l
i lulijelliellt !! the e.i-t I'o.i-t U III II
the li.-lit Itllli-li erui-er xiiuadioii
.mil ili-tnei- uttaekul tbe Ucrnuin
u.ir-hip- utter their ruid uMu
"The laid wan not undertaken with
w.iiiti.n ri-k. but with a defiuite par-.,,-e.
I'd ibly it w.i- a rcprU.il for
th Kriti-h bomliiu'dmcnt of" Zee-lii.r.'i-
or a tvcoiiiiaifctiii-e to te-t the
-in 114th mi! (h-iinMii"ii ot the Unt-i-li
-iw.i'li'ou. Mmc liLily it mi)
j.i ot ,( Kirnlr, foiinalnblc under
t h'H il-.r,iit to cmer ontr.itioi.9
ot .1 nlUa-tiii i!4"4' !' iiHMU'Ct-
(i v tilt (iti IumIm m htJund, TjuVrr
'.- in. .tfirlt f-'iia u pioif-.
1, 1 ,l, -i, 11 fit lli- lgri'. nttin.' to
t) r m' i-i'ii? '.
1. 1 it (v
Steamer St. Stephen. Which Refused
to Rescue Crew of Zeppelin in
North Sea, Captured During Attack
Upon Lowestoft and Yarmouth
Number of Buildings Wrecked.
ltKIM.IN, April 2(1.- The German
tut mi I force which bombarded
Lnweitofl ye-ierdnv sank the summer
King Stephen and captured Iter crew,
it wn officially announced today,
Thi in the mime tcnnier llml refin
ed to rescue tho etew, of the Zeppe
lin 1,-17. which drnpiH'd into the
It wiik nUo niinoiinccil thai n de
stroyer and another neon! boat nide
from the Ktiiir Stephen were sunk and
that tin one of the cruier attacked
n had fire n- ohered.
In a continuation yeatorday of tho
naval ektriniahliiK that began off the
Flanders coast on Monday a British
destroyer wna bndlv damaged by (ler-
man naval forces ami an auxiliary
steamer was sunk and crow captured
ami taken to Xeehrugge, It wag (iffl
daily announced this afternoon.
Official Hi It Mi Version
LONDON. April Ull.-Yiuiiioutli
wa liDinbarili'd iim Hell ns ,iiwe'tift
hy the German wiu-whip-i which nl
tiw'kcd the ea-tern cnat vestenlnv.
Four M'i-on- weie killed and tweUe
The ftdlowint; official account of
(lie raid wax icn out tedav:
"The homlmiilment of I. owe-to ft
ami Yaiinouth ye-terdnv morning lie
nn at 1:10 o'clock and la-tcd about
half au hour. Deiitc the hcav, uuiw
cmployetl hy the enemy hii, the
dainiife wa relatively Iiuht. A coii-
vnlcxccnt home, a Mwimniing hath, the
pier and foity dwelling hou-a's weie
extniel daniaircd. Some imi
ilwelling lloilM'it were lij;lltl.v dliin
ngeil. "Two men. one woman ami one
liilil were killttl. Three Mront
were -Mrimilv woundett iiiul nine
"Kire wim oMned on Omit Yar
mouth at the Mime itiae. Here the
tlamage wa one Inrge huildin? cri
oiily dainaced bv fire and another
building -lighllv damageil by hcl!
LONDON. April jn.Twenly-five
eu-iittltit'- in dead ami wounded re--ultcd
from the bombardment of
Lowetoft by Rei'mnn war-hip nail
the running fight with the Itritioli
light cniier wtpiadron ami de-troy-er-,
so fur n can be learned. All the
lti-iti-.il khini have returned -nfcly,
two of the light crnier- bearing igns
that they had been hit bv -hell-, but
nbt in ital places. A few among
I he crew of the Hiiti-li war-lnp-eie
wounded, but not eiiouly.
One of the lJritili detroci.. which
pln.fd a iwrt in a previpu- battle on
the North hen, wan again in the thick
of the fight. A hot penetrated her
engine room and four of her crew
Alter firinif into Lowe-toft for
twenty minute- the German- retreat
ed. The co-ualtie-i aboard the lint-i-h
-hip- ocem fed in the running
fiu lit ubii li iii-ui'il. It i- generally
In-ii Mil id, n die lii it i-h i-iinner--i
mill lui-i r tin n in nn ,u-liii-.
S' LEAD IN
VA A LARGE
DKS MOINKS. a. Apul .'ti. Tbe
re-ult of i ennui-- made ii the -tale
exeeiitixe eomicil ot oie- e,i-t at tbe
prc-idential ireleteine imury on
April 10, announced today, luw- the
total vote wa 77,07, diuded an lol
lo: Hepublienn-, H,JJi; deinot-rat
Jll.llW; progre-ies 'FtH
The pre-ideiiii.il vote wn fol-low-i1
itc4lilienr: Ciimmin-. -10,1 7;
iJ-io-oM.lt, gJW; lfuhc, iJ70; t&nt,
MU;(Hran, HO; 'or.
rO"i(li"l,(il,irke ieitn.il m 1- xut,
r i'li 1 1 Qi i . - ,, , , , ,
if -'f i r, ,) r
FAIL 10 KILL IN
Ssrnnd llsit hv Rcrinnn Air R.lld I
London, Colchester, Blackwater
amlRamsgate Attacked Attack Is
Made From Great Height and Small
IllJIlLlN. April 2rt. In Zeppelin
raid over Kngland laat night fortified
eatnbliahmenta al Lonloit. ColcheH
ler, lllnckwaler and Hamagate were
tutarked, the war office announced
this afternoon. The French port and
large llrlllr.li supply depots at Ktaplea,
Paa de Calais, also were attacked.
LONDON. April 2.--One hundred
bombs were dropped by the Zeppelin
balloons In their raid on Kngland
TiiMMlgy night. Thle announcement
waa made hy the official press bu
reau. There were no casual) lea.
"No fresh facts are reported con
cerning the 'Zeppelin raid of last
night," any the official statement
"The Thames estuary was visited bv
the raiders and more than loo IioimIih
were droppod. Not a single casual).
haa been reportod.
"With reference to the raid oer
the eastern counties Moiula nlKbt
the total number of bombs dropped
was about too. There was only one
casualty. The damage consists of the
death of one horse, the destruction of
a ha stack and much broken glass "
The Zeppelins remained at a great
height probably because they wero
subjected to lolent fire from anti
aircraft buii- Tbe ralili rs were aid
ed b tbe 1 IoihK ittnl winds lint Hies
rleil ulli'i a 'holt linn'
LOLL IN INFANTRY
l'AUIS, Apill 26 -French i. I
tlons on the Verdun front went 01 (in
Meuse were bombarded Mkomhi-u
by the (iermans laat night. The ,11
tack was centered on Arocourt wood
and the first line trenches north ot
11111 No. 301.
In the Woevre there waa a big gun
The official French statement to
day aaya a number of German pris
oners were taken during yeaterdaj'a
attack north of the Alsne.
The text of the statement follews:
"During an attack eaterday north
of the Alsne which enabled us to cap
ture the email woods south of the
woods of Millies, we took 72 un
wounded prisoners, of which one was
an oficer and seven were petty offi
cers. Several enemy reconnais
sances which were attempted during
the night toward our trenches in
the sectors of Pulasy and Troyon
were dlaitersed by our fire.
"West of the Meuse there was an
intense bombardment of our posi
tions in the woods of Arocourt and
upon our first lines north of Hill No.
"East of the Meuse there was mod
erate artillery activity.
"In the Woevre the enemy bom
hauled our position at Haudromont
and Itonvaux with big guns. Our
aiilllery energetically replied. There
wan no Infantrv action in this region
during the night
In I.orr;iine (lie enemy attempted
a coup upon on 1 t-in.ill .in-u north of
L'nilie rmeuil II ,i- ieulstd with
IN NEW JERSEY
THbATO, X I V.ril .1 Ljte
returns trom N.w l'r-pi i.iiinuiv
election i-urla. -vm t.mi
nil the UU--J
it the re-1
pledged nutlotial ,lf ! -;au
BUT BIG GUNS ROAR
liulilican 'ticket itr' si.r(e-ful over
those fftvorai le Im il'giunti TU'jtloro
ltooscelt as n renlilenli.il jlontiimi
Tin ilep 'J.il. - mi I t, i- mi I ili in
l .! hi 0 '.I
Jill f .r.
.HELD BY UNITED STATES
PRPBE DYNAMITE PLOTS
WOLI- 'O'l C3lil
Wolf Will Igel 1- I11 iiu held li Die
1'lllleil State- ilcpai lun ill n pi-tiee
under indutnienl e'liimnu eomplie
ll in a plot to (Ixuiiinile tlie Wellnuil
canal in Canaila, lie w.i- emploxed
in the olliee o ('iipl.uii on l'iiicn.
who retuined lo (lenii.ni ul the older
of the I nit til Stnti -.
VON IGEL'S PAPERS
SHOW PLOT EOR
WASIIiNUToV .nl ji! I'a,iei
-eitnl by dei,iilmi'iil ol pi-tit-e
ni;enl- from the New mL ullice ul'
Wolle Von Igel. -ceii'inix in t'liptuiu
I'riiiir Von l'iicn, wiilidiawu Herman
militnry attache, are umlcr-tootl In
contain, in addition to data eonneel
el with alleged Oernuin plot, niater
iul licloiiiir nctivlne in this coun
try related in the upri-ing in Ireland
and name- of American who lint!
Know It-dire of the plans,
lolin It. Stiinelilielil. counsel foi
'' Iuel. will eoiiNr with Secretiut
I . . 1 1 1 -1 1 1 - about tbe uiieri xeixetl,
mi luil will .i 1 1 1 .i 11 Mr, Staiieli-
UPON REPLY 10
HKKI.IN', , ill ji. rh.uiiciloi I
Von lleihiiiunii Hhiimu uml . lnilr.il1
on llolti'inlori 1 1 ij.-l ol tin- iiitk.ii
general staff, di'p.uii-il for lu-.nliuur-
ters on the evening train la hi nlKlit!
to consult with Luiiieror William in
regard to the repl to the Aanrli ,m
The chancellor i conference with
James W. Cierard. the American am
bassador, lasted for half an hour.
(IKNKVA. Hwltxerland, April 2i! -German
newspapei are now taking
a more serious iew of the Clermon-
A merles n situation They, say Km
peror William is expected to return
to Brlln from general hMdquartera.
Many Amerliau attempting to
leave Germany Im way of Hwltxer
land are encountering difficulties.
Many of them ai held un at Con
stance the Baden frontier having
bein closed since e-terday.
ShIm I'mHtiep rioI
HA HI 8 April 2 -Tho Uermsn
Bwlsa frontier has beog closed since
Monday afternoon even to malls says
a dispatch to the Matin from llerne.
Foreigners now In nermsnv have
been Informed that none will b al
lowed to leave the country he'ure
twenty days, have i-humed tb dUiuii, h
LONDON, April .' The Copen
hagen (orreapondeiit of the Kxiliango
Telegraph com im in says:
A seiul-offli lal tele g ruin from
Herlm indicates thai shipping shares
haw dropped la fU tires hitherto uu-I-now
n. ax a result of the erlsis with
A luetics which Is rmardeiPas of Un
utmost gravity though official circles
contitfte to hope for an adjust nfjhit
T JttJr "!'"" I'
of the differences.
"Responsible (ermgn statesiuju
i(fo continuing the negofjgllons a
l.lU'i II I IM I 1 f'nf l l.lllli III fjj.' Vf!)!
"1 II ' (!) V 1 I 111
1 iT '
wim, :;. I'M.
'UPHOLO RIGHT PUBLIC OPINION :DODD'SCAVALRY
! SHIPS 10 ARM STILL DIVIDED ROUTEVILLISTAS
FOR PROTECTION (N FATHERLAND IN THE SIERRAS
Stntement Dcfinlnn Attitude of Unit
ed States Toward Armed Merchant
Ships Made Public Ships Using
Armament for Afiyrcsslon Not En
titled lo Hospitality Neutral Ports.
W vaillNCITON, April 28 A atate
ineiit denning the altitude of the
1'nlied States toward armed mer
chant ships was made public today
U the state department by direction
of President Wilson. It originally
was prepared as a circular note to
other powers but it Inter was decid
ed to Issue It as a statement.
Tbe statement holds to the right of
a merchant slilp to arm for prolec
t on only but declares that "merchant
men which have used their armament
for aggressive purimaea are not enti
tled to the same hospitality in neutral
lHirts as unarmed merchantmen.
Define the IHfl'civnco
"In brief, a neutral government
nui presume upon the presumption
thai an armed merchant vetsel of
in lllaerent nationality Is armed for
uKKreNxlou, while a belllgeieut should
luoieed on the' presumption that the
v e--.e I U armed for protection. Doth
or these presumptions may bo over
come li eidence the first by sec
onds iv or collateral evidence, allien
tbe fact to be established la negative
In character: the second by prlinar)
mid direct evidence, since the fact
to he established Is positive in char
Then the statement goes on at
length to take up the rights and du
ties of neutrals and belllgeients as
affected by the stale of armed mer
chant vessels In neutral porta and
high seas. It lay down the rule that
while merchantmen! armed only for
protection against the enemy are en
titled to enter and leae neutral ports
without hindrance In the course of
legitimate trade, the are not so en
titled under certain circumstances
which are detailed as follews:
I'oc AggMv-j-Uc PuiN-ei
"Armed merchantmen of belliger
ent nationality under a com mission
or ordeiH of their governments to
use, under penalty, their armament
for aggressive purposes or merchant
men wblili without such commission
or orders have iisii their arnia
iii nl . for nuaiexKlve pni poses, are
not inliiliil 10 Hie -nun' hoHpliHlity
111 iniilt.it port it-, n ,11 1 ,ilie aimed
men haul nn n '
M.N WI.'K. .iil 'I. ..ii.ilele
yollli --loll- :mu in nl un Ini 1111
111 Hint V hac been le.nli In huml the
eight (lernian- ai re-led 111 the nllcu'cil
tioii-iiriti to pl.n e tin- bomb- aleuiiil
inilllilmti -lni-, .itiil 1 in- alteiiini.il
they told then -li.u In ,r leilil.il
graiitt iii. Tin- .i- in nli- known
I Li li A--l-liinl I mini Sliitc- I)li-
I I let Atloie Koyel It. Wood.
The two men ,uc I upturn Charles
Von Klt-i-t ami Kim -I lb Uer. un
elect rician 11 lion nl 'In interned Her
man -leum-luii r'licilciu li ai (iio--e,
Tho other- airc-ted 111 the 111-e iti
eliided ('apt. nil Kim Itodi , I .iplnig
Clio Wnlpcll ,iiii Knili'lnk (inlliiiilii,
ei 11 plow-- nl the I Inn. Iim ' Aiiiei nun
line, A ninth .ille.nl '" ii-jiiiiitul, Ul.
Walter T. Sclietle, 1- et to be ap-pXi-lit
SUMMIT OF PEAK
HI.KI.IW A.i . Jii. Aii-tt nn
troop- baeleociMiiicd pult o Col
di Ijina, fuplureil rci-etith bv the
ll. ill. in-, thl' nil n nil -I. il. in. nl i-
11 il .it 1 1111,1 ,,u . I J 1 .1 - 'I I I
.iiu,.. in. 1 11 1 nl t.,11..
' I I I 1 1 1 . 1 . oil
the ii '1 1 i ,irdo
I ilnl en
"SlINki li oeeu-
pinl il pi(illt of -U.ioit i'iii tbe ritllie
in 1 ' I. I . I ll . 11 I 1, 1 I 1 ,h
Lansiiifi Receives Gerard's Report of
Conference, But Remains Silent
Faction in Germany Favors Break
With United States. But Majority
Favor Friendly Relations.
HKHLIN. April 'Jll (hv wireless to
the Ansoeiuled Vre from a staff
correwpmnlenl 1. The Annotated
I'ivsk lenrim thai iUteliimiiiita are
inivending which mmonstrnte tntinis
Inkealily the dexire of Kmpcror Will
iam to follow a eonr-e which will lead
riermniiv and the I'niled Stales nut
of the pteeni crii. The alttialion
it iewetl more optilmistieiilly hoiv.
IIKIII.IN, April 2(1. ia london.
l'uhlic opiuunt in Ueimiiiiy reeiieetiug
lite Americaii note remains divided
in Iho main directions. X)m lepre
sentcd hy Count Von Keventlow, the
lineal eHit of the Tages Zeitung,
and his adherents, which is Ninnll, hut
viH-iferoiiM and Hiwerftil, eoiiliiiuea to
iiwserl it woitltl welcome a breach
Hilli America with a feeling of relief.
The attitude of the other gtoup is in
dicated hy n tctnnrk hv Theodore
Wolff in llti morning' Tagelilutt
that not the. but I'liglaml, uml other
etiemieH of (lertiiiiuv W011M welcome a
bieneli "Willi a feeling of relief."
What will eiuue of the ileliherniioiiH
now progivuKing eoticertiing the note
euuiiol now he unhealed, hut it can
he -aid that the attitude of reHiti
silile lenders is plainly that indicated
hv Mr. Wolff and Hint, whatexer the
tlecUioit limy he, it will be tenoned
with 11 full appreciation of what a
nipt 111 e might mean.
Itimllo Crmily or CiUU
Comment in tho pre- di-plavs
neither optimism nor ie imi-m, hut
-imply a full leali.atiun of the utii
itv of the criii whieh inut lie met
uml confidence that the lenders of
the empire will he guided solely hy
the empire' intere-t-.
Mr. Woltf, editor-in-chief of I he
Iterliiier Tagebliitt, again devote au
article in that paper to the upport
of the idea that a breach of relations
between Herman y and the I'niled
State mut be noidcd if Hnsilile
iiou any acceptable ba-i-.
Vellmv 1'itiM, llliuneil
Mr. Wolff u-ert- tl.nl the Ameri
can ".ellow pre-' and certain (Jer
maii nc w-pu pet- ami politician bine
di-lnrbed the relatioiih lietweeu the
two count rie, hut that Washington
11111-I renlixe that -ober di-eussiou
"till 1- 1 mi-- ible in Herman v.
"A breach of German American re
lation would be u reeled by the ud vitiate-
of au unrc-trauied ue of the
ioinne- with u feeling of real re
lict.' In Kngland and other hostile
-laic- hi -umiililv il would aroii-c a
-uiiil.i r lei-liny
.K s VI. 1. 1 , 1 ..I . ,ni '.,
(icoiy. Holliilid, who w.i- il,ui, 1111
dcr arre-t lint ulglit a- lie eineiunl
from 11 mine wbei. h. wa- woikniL'.
Wll uleiililleil ttiil.i liy K-Xeai-nld
Ldilb I'lnllip- us tin man who a
saultcd both her .m.i her eoti-m,
rilud I'lnllip. ....I 10, Monday
night, llolluml 1- .m uirtiarried man
who Ue with In- -i-ier. Ademu
I'ri-I,, a Inuh -eioo ..Mil, lui. identi
licd Inni .11 the 111,111 wlui aico-tcil her
..iiil.i .iiul l: . i , i-li, 1 -1 uli.ii -ho Kin
ii.n I 1 ..in In 11
PRINCE OF MONACO
PAHIS. April I'U I'riiice Albert,
of Monaco, has sent the retlolu,-;
cable message to President Wilsen:
"As a sovereign prince, as a navi
gator, as a scientist, I adhere to the
protest ou have made with fine sou
timent ami human dignity asaiut
often us commlttrd b ticniiAii nrrns
iiKalust the rluhia of m itrats, the
lionin m marincm ,llnl (ulbitt Vol)
American Troops Resume Active Pur
suit of Bandit Troopers Defeat
260 Villa Soldiers in Running Fight
in Mountains Six Killed and
Horses and Equipment Captured.
FIKI.U IIKAI)QITAIITKI(5, XAMI
Ql'll'A, ClIllirAlirA, April !M5, vin
wlrelesH to Columhiie, N. M April 'JO.
Several detachments of Amoricnn
liiMtH have iwumwl aetlro pu;uit of
Villa and are whipimig lm mountaiu
uorili and west of 1'arrnl, whero the
hnmlit chieftain is ieMrled to he
hiding. The advanced base, .100 miles
south of the border, is now complole
ly etpiiHd, trninload after traiiilond
of motor tnteks hnxing nriivcd hero
within the last leu days, bringing rn
tiou, clothing ami equipment.
1'IKU) IIIUDQI'AKTKIIS, April
2fl, vin wireless to fohunhnt, N. M.
Two America 11 were killed anil
three wounded in an emragenient be
tween eavalryineit under Colonel fleo.
A. I buhl and 2(H) Villi)! at Toma
ehie iii the center of tho Blerrn
Madiv in western (hihiiahiia, on Ap
ril 22, according to an official le
)hi( reaching here today. The Villa
command under four chiefs, linen,
Ceivautes, DiimiugiiCK and Rio, wik
surjiri-ed in the late afternoon and
routed. After the battle' tho Aiueri
ciiiiw found six dead Mevicntts uml
nineteen wounded, while 11 quuntily
of hofMes, nrms and equipment win
Villa Not .Mentioned
IteiHirU receivetl here mads no
mention or Villa himself, although it
hud been reported previously that he
wa in lniliuir in the mountains in that
vicinity. While lust rKrt jrfacwl
the bandit ehieltain a( Monoavn,
about fifty mile south of Tomgchie,
which i approximately sixty-five
mile KnulhwcMt of Chihuahua City,
belief wa iirm here thai. Villa was
noi with the command engaged.
Die ViIIihIhh were encumpod in a
ingged. riH-kv defile when tlmv
caught nighl of the American eolutnii
riding toward them about I :.10 o'oloek
iu the aftemoon. Immediately tbe
Mexican bugle souudetl the call lo
inn. Through the mountain naoae
the two ('muinuud lnigglHl, the
ilh-la- droiHiiiig ail fiitnbacsouiH
equipment iu 11 precipitate flight he
ro 10 1 ulouel I (mill cavalrymen.
Once during the flight the Villiatu
received leinforcenients ami attstHiit-
et vainly to make a stand againt
the AmericuiiK. When night came tln
pursuit bccutiic increasingly difficult
becaue of the nature of the terrain,
honeycombed us it m with mountain
cave, irnrge ami trails iu which
(hi ic aie many pivired rock-, niinou
tn I he lief o the horc-. Colonel
M1.1I1I . hi -mi! tin Villt-tii towonjl
(Continued en page two.)
JOIN STRIKE RANKS
ITI'IM.I i;tl, Ai-iil Jii. -AetiMty
ill the elu hit .il wmkel-' -tnke -bitted
1. nl. iv to WilinertliiiK, where fully
lii.utui ot tbf Wtiughous Kleetno
ti Maiiuluetiiriiig Co. sinkers assem
bled in no et fort to bring out titfl
-bell iiuikei iii (lu plant of the West-mgliou-e
A 11 brake Co. There was
ic ib-ni der und the strikers as-
-erlctl they bad added to their foree
until they now mmiber fully 20,600
un 11 ami wouieu,
Kntiniitf of the Americaii Federa
tion of Labor into tbe strik wg
loreeu-t toduv when Frank Morrison,
uiieiiialioual -eerelary, utttsuled t
-trikcr-' meetiinr iu mt IMttshuif.
Shortly before notu today Motietw
were po-tet in the -hop of the Union
Switch k Sinul Co. at Swisavaie
that the ciyht-how dy wouhj not
In umntcil, and immediately work
men begnii to leave their maeUiaee,
About unit) men and women were thus
n ild ed to the forces is tu 'i'urtU
Cicck valley strike.
A I. Humphrey, general raggogec
ot tb. Wi tinJioiise Airbrake Co.,
- 11, 1 iiiiui ..1 iltc jfori0 at his woik
I. Ill ,! I 0 .1, .
M 1 in