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POLICEMAN KILLED IN SPANISH RIOTS
Five Merry-makers Wounded – Government Moves to Cope With Strike Threat

(AP)
Madrid, January 24 – A policeman was killed and five merry-makers wounded as the Government posted military and police forces to cope with a threatened general strike tomorrow intended to establish a proletarian dictatorship.

The policeman was killed in a fight with Communists in a suburb of Barcelona. Two children, a woman and two men were wounded in a plaza of Barcelona itself when police charged a crowd of laborers who had sought to break up a native dance.

Publication in the official Gazette of the new decree dissolving the Jesuit order in Spain and giving the Jesuits ten days to disband their chapters seemed to soothe the left-wing spirits.

The Government was hopeful that its display of force would forestall any serious movement tomorrow, but was taking no chances.

Right-wing factions said the anti-Jesuit decree was a political manoeuvre on the part of the Cabinet to pacify the extremists, who have agitated for a «workers’ republic.» The Government denied this, saying it was merely complying with the new constitution in dissolving the Jesuit order, which was established in Spain nearly 400 years ago, and in confiscating the Jesuit property.

Troops and police, meanwhile, were busy in the major cities of the Catalonian, Andalusian, Galician and Valencian regions ferreting out leaders of the Anarchist-Communist-Syndicalist movement. Authorities in the Basque and Navarre provinces watched closely for a possible repercussion from the anti-Jesuit decree because of strong Catholic and Monarchist feeling there.

From the Catholic right wing the decree has been termed «another attack against our belief and traditions to add to others already received from the Government.» (The new Spanish constitution separated Church and State.)

Many persons have been arrested in connection with the strike threat and thirty awaited deportation today to the Canary Islands. The mayor of Manresa warned that any workers missing from their jobs tomorrow would be deported.

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