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THE SUNDAY OKEGONIAX, PORTLAND. SEPTEMBER 5, 1920
PRO MAYOR 0
IS REPORTED WEAKER
Wife and Sister Call on For
VICTIM UNABLE TO TALK
and the removal from the ship of
Archbishop Manntx by British author
ities. Sir Thomas Upton sailed on the
Baltic, bidding another good-bye to
America and reiterating that he would
challenge again for the America's cup.
Sir Thomas received a letter of
adieu from the Mutual Welfare
league of Sing Sing prison, which the
Irish baronet recently visited, assur
ing him that "the doors of the prison
always will be open for you, welcom
ing your return to America."
A party of Irish-American women
pickets accompanied the Baltic down
the harbor in a tug, giving the big
liner a wide berth.
Off the Battery the Baltic stopped
and took on board from a lighter 75
men recruited to fill gaps in her crew
caused by failure of firemen and sea
men to report for duty before she
Pica for Intervention Is Made Also
by Telegram to President
LONDON, Sept. 4. The condition of
Lord Mayor MacSwiney of Cork to
night was described, as critical. He
was In the last stage of weakness and
unable to talk, but was conscious and
his will power still strong. His wife
left him at 7 o'clock tonight, appar
ently deeply anxious.
Mrs. MacSwiney and the lord may
or's sister Mary today called at the
American, French, Spanish and Bel
gian embassies to ask them to make
urgent representations to their gov
ernments. None of the ambassadors
was in town. The Belgian secretary
alone was found and promised he
would report Mayor MacSwlney's case
to the ambassador on hla return.
Bad Mprht la Passed.
The lord mayor spent a bad night
nd this morning was very pale and
was suffering from complete exhaus
tion. Annie MacSwiney, the lord mayor's
sister, on leaving Brixton jail at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon, said her
brother was at his very lowest.
Mrs. Terence MacSwiney has sent a
cablegram to President Wilson in be
half of her husband, lord mayor of
Mrs. MacSwiney asked Mr. Wilson
to "use your influence with the Eng
lish government to. prevent the per
petration of an outrage on civiliza
tion." She declared her husband was
Government Gives Reason,
The reasons why the government
wllltiot release Lord Mayor MacSwi
ney ef Cork were given in an official
statement issued today. They were
that fresh attempts would be made to
"continue with added activity the long
series of murders of policemen" and
"would open the way to any person
Imprisoned for any similar offense to
Use the case of the lord mayor as a
precedent with good hopes of obtain
ing release and the opportunity to
repeal the acUs which led to his In
carceration." The statement continued:
Attitude Is Presented.
"Unless the object of the lord
mayor and his associates is to obtain
the secession of Ireland in case no
compromise between them and the
British government Is possible the
BUfierings of the lord mayor, together
with the whole campaign conducted
by him and his associates of violent
usurpation of the machinery of the
government of Ireland are entirely
It Is pointed out that "the govern
ment has not only presented to par
liament a measure conferring on Ire
land a, degree of self-determination in
advance of any scheme proposed or
accepted by the elected representa
tives of Ireland in the past, but the
premier has declared explicitly hie
willingness to discuss with any body
which can claim to represent Irish
opinion any proposals they put for
ward, so long as those proposals in
clude separate treatment for Ulster
and do not involve the secession of
Ireland from the United Kingdom or
risk the security of these islands In
time of war."
IRISH MODERATES MAKE PLEA
Effort to Establish Peace Declared
Dependant on Action.
DUBLIN, Sept. 4. The standing
committee of the conference of Irish
moderates, convened here recently to
settle the Irish question by agree
ment, today sent the following tele
gram to Premier Lloyd George:
"Once more, while there is yet time,
we implore you in the name of the
Irish peace, which you Invoked our
aid to obtain, and in the name of
common humanity, outraged by the
spectacle of the law demanding its
pound of flesh, to order forthwith the
release of the lord mayor of Cork."
Butte Mayor Sends Cablegram.
BUTTE, Mont.. Sept. 4. Mayor W.
T. Stodden of Butte sent the following
cablegram to Lloyd George urging
the release of Terence MacSwiney.
the lord mayor of Cork: "In the
name of humanity release Mayor Mac
Swiney and restore American confi
dence in fair play."
Cox and Harding Protest 'Crged.
NEW YORK, Sept. 4. Senator
Harding and Governor Cox today
were asked by the American commis
sion for Irish independence to cable
Premier Lloyd George of England a
protest against "allowing Terence
MacSwiney to die."
NAVY RAISES PAY
OF CIViLIAfJ LABOR
Daniels Approves Lift, to
5 PER CENT RISE GRANTED
IS OPENED AT PLYMOUTH.
Historians Found Part of Hull of
Famous Ship Was Used as
PLY MOUTH, Eng.. Sept. 4. The
Mayflower tercentenary celebration
began today with an historical and
literary conference participated in by
British, Dutch and American May
Dr. Rendel L. Harris, chairman of
the English-speaking union, who
maintained that he had found part
of the hull of the Mayflower used as
supports for a barn in England, and 1
Dr. Dploojion of Leyden, both said
that much of the history of the Pil
grim fathers remained to be found.
They produced newly discovered
documents giving details of the more
intimate side of the lives, activities
and relationshps of the Pilgrims and
declared they expected to find many
The people of Plymouth have en
deavored to make this primarily an
American celebration. The stars and
stripes predominate In the generous
decorations. " Those especially inter-
BELFAST CONTINUES QUIET
Soldiers With Machine Gans Put
on "Watch In Riot Areas.
BELFAST, Sept. 4. Belfast contin
ued quiet today and for the present
further trouble was not expected. An
other contingent of soldiers and sev
eral pieces of field artillery arrived
from England. The military authori
ties began taking precautions to pre
vent resumption of the rioting.
In recently disturbed areas soldiers
were placed on watch with machine
No' efforts have been made to re
move the piles of stones and bricks
placed at convenient intervals in the
streets by the opposing factions dur
ing the lighting.
The correspondent was informed
that the authorities fear a renewal of
the trouble if any attempt is made to
take away these "missiles of defense."
A football match n n H nuhlin maat-
pjngs scheduled to be held at Grosve
lior park today were prohibited, ii
line with the policy not to permit
crowds to assemble. A number of mills
and factories, which were closed be
cause or tne disorders will resume
A delegation of shipbuilders will go
to London Tuesday to urge Mr. Bonar
Law to grant shipworkers permission
to go armed to and from the plants
unless the government can guaran
tee the men protection from attack,
William Connolly, a recently re
turned Irish-American, has been de
tained in connection with the murder
of William McDowell, the driver of a
motorcar which was attacked by
armed men yesterday while carrying
the wages of factory workers.
BOSTON PLEA FORWARDED
Sentiment for MacSwiney Release
, Reported Overwhelming.
BOSTON, Mass., Sept. 4. James T.
Moriarity, president of the city coun
cil, as acting mayor of the city, today
cent , to Premier Lloyd George of
England, this cable message:
"Overwhelming sentiment citizens
of Boston that Mayor MacSwiney's
death would be crime against civill-zr-tion,
and repudiation ' of every
principle for which the great world
wfcr was fought.
The loyal coalition announced today
that it had sent a cable to Premier
Lloyd George asking him to ignore
a message from Mayor Hylan of New
urging the release of Lord Mayor
MacSwiney. The society asserted
that the mayor did not represent
any considerable body of citizens.
The society has been actively opposed
to the Sinn Fein.
All Classes Are Benefited and
Clerks Are Put on Same Level
' With Mechanics.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 4. A wage
increase of 5 per cent was awarded
all classes of civil employes in the
naval estimate under a new pay
schedule approved today by Secretary
Daniels, which will go into ffect
"on the nearest payday to September
The increase, based on the differ
ence in the advance in cost of living
and the congressional bonus author
ized since the last readjustment of
wages a year and a half ago, affects
more than 286.000 naval employes. .
Several classes of employes. In
cluding practically all the clerical
forces and four mechanical trades,
will receive increases considerably
above the general S per cent advance
through a readjustment of the entire
wage schedule to correct inequalities
in the present scale. The new sched
ule will be announced next week, the
Saturday Work Rducrd.
Outside of the increase, the most
Important provision of the new
schedule is a reduction of working
hours to four on Saturday, the year
around, the employes to be paid for
the half day's work at the hourly
While this provision offsets to some
extent the increases applying on hour
ly pay, it was said, the employes had
approved the provision through their
representative on the recommending
board, which submitted a unanimous
While the basic 6 per cent Increase
does not meet the demands of the
employes, which ranged from 25 cents
an hour as a minimum general in
crease to 4a cents for mechanics, the
board's report to the secretary de
clared tne scale of pay in the naval
establishment was found to be "5 per
cent nigner, bonus considered, than
the wage scale of any other industry"
witnout tne present increase.
Living; Coat Chance Cited.
The increase was awarded despite
mis iact, tne report said, because un
der the terms of the original award
of the Macey board, readjusting navy
yard pay, the navy is "pledged to the
workers to make a decision on the
basis' of the change in the cost of
living." In this connection the board
recommended that future readjust
ments be made "in accordance with
the law of 1862, upon the basis of
current wages in similar private es
aue luur iraaes round to be en
titled to higher basic rates were
anglesmiths. die sinkers, molders
and pattern makers, these receiving
increases in addition to the 5 per cent
as a result of the higher rating.
In regard to clerical forces the
'It is found that the clerical force
has been receiving, as compared to-
the skilled mechanics in the employ
ot tne navy, relatively too low
wage for the duties and responslbll
the campaign of general subscription
as originally initiated by Will H. Hays
nd carried through by the treasurers
office and that the whole programme
ia now nearing completion.
Speech Stopped by Crowd.
The governor, who had devoted
most of his state alr address to the
eague, was forced to quit because of
shouts and roars from the crowd, he
closed with a emile and friendly
Che league was championed in al
most every address today. The gov
ernor declared it would insure world
peace and international disarmament.
make for material reconstruction and
stability throughout the world.
I deny," he said, "that America
a not interested la European af
To league critics who express fear
that American youths would be em
broiled in European conflicts, the
governor again imputed insincerity
and a plan to "befog the issue." He
declared that the nine months' time
provided under the league for "arbi
tration and counsel" would be an
almost certain guarantee against
Dodging- Charged to Rival.
Reasserting that congress only has
power to declare war. Governor Cox
characterized as "fairy tales" the op
position argument that the league
could place Americans In a foreign
That "big business" Interests were
contributing to the . republican cause
In the alleged attempt to buy the
presidency," also was reiterated. "
Governor Cox called upon oenator
Harding for an unequivocal statement
or nis peace plans, cnarging again
that the republican candidate had
taken several different positions. He
also accused him of "dodging 1V63
rollcalls in the senate."
ested in promoting Anglo-American
friendship were disappointed at what Hies required of them.
promised to be the failure of Premier
Lloyd George to visit Plymouth Mon
day to deliver a message from tne
English people to the American Pilgrims.
OAKLAND POLICEMAN WINS
Supreme Court Upholds Claim ol
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 4. The
right of Captain Walter J. Peterson
of the Oakland police department to
be restored to his position, following
his dismissal by the commissioner of
public health and safety was upheld
by the state supreme court here to
Peterson held that the action of the
commissioner was based on bias "and
violated civil service statutes. Hs
was former chief of the department.
His dismissal followed charges of In
While still chief, Peterson obtained
leave of absence to enter the army
during the world war. He served as
captain in charge of the military
police at Bordeaux, France. ,
Clerk Pay to Eqial Labor.
Under the readjusted competitive
ratings of the new schedule for the
clerical ana mecnantcal forces, no
clerk will receive "less than the
maximum pay of the laborer."
Mr. Daniels said he believed the
increase In pay would not necessi
tate a material reduction of forces.
The secretary expressed assurance
that the schedule would ba accept
CALIFORNIA PRINTERS BACK
State Employees Vote to Go Back
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Sept. 4. On
IS TO BE EDEN
FREEDOM AND MORE SUN
SHINE AN'D BEDS PROVIDED.
In accordance with
our usual custom our
store will remain
i'a. sewjre h , .. . "...m.si , n
Baths Will Be Installed and Cloth
ing Will Be Sterilized; Warm
Milk for Babies.
NEW YORK, Sept. 4. Sweeping
changes are beingmade at America's
gateway Ellis island by Immigra
tion Commissioner Frederick A. Wal
lis, who proposes to make the big
immigration station more comfort
able for the newcomers to the United
Freedom and sunshine Is being
planned for the new arrivals by the
commissioner, who has just an
nounced plans for improving condi
tions in general on the island.
Larger buildings are to be asked,
he said, sanitary conditions improved,
additional cots provided for those
unable to get beds and many other
conveniences for the Immigrant are
to be installed.
Kind and decent treatment for all
new arrivals has been demanded by
Commissioner Wallls, who has al
ready announced the discharge of
some of the veteran attendants for
alleged harshness or Inefficiency in
receiving immigrants. Their places
have been filled by more courteous,
attentive and younger men.
I propose to make this receiving
station representative of all America.
promises, he said.
DEATH MYSTERY CLEARED
Spokane Woman Victim of Over-
' dose of Narcotics.
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept. 4. Mrs.
Thelma Colton of" Spokane, whose
body was found under" unexplained
circumstances in a room here Tuesday,
died from an overdose of narcotics,
according to ths report of Professor
William Dehn of the University of
Washington, who conducted a chemi
cal analysis of the stomach contents.
The body was sent to Spokane today.
No trace has been found of J. B.
Ross and Irene Duffy, who were said
to have occupied the house whew Mrs.
Colton's body was found. Walter
Pirdzuhn, who found the body and
who was held for investigation, was
hundred and fifty employes . of
the state, printing department, wh
walked out Thursday, returned to
work this morning. This followed a
favorable vote last night,
also was decided each employe would
contribute one day's pay every two
weeks to a fund for Carleton John
son, head of the proof room, whose
suspension caused the walkout.
Johnson, as attorney for the em
ployes, had signed a communication
to the governor, charging lax meth
ods In thf printing department. John
son will be given - a hearing before
the state civil service commission on
charges of insubordination.
At the meeting last night, Johnson
urged the workers to return "out of
loyalty to the state."
Commissioner Wallls asserted that
he planned to install batbs at the
island in order that every individual
entering tne country will be given
a bath and have his clothes sterilized
before he enters the station.
"They made our soldiers do this."
he said, "so why not make our im
migrants. This will be a big step
toward preventing disease from en
tering our .gates and will have, a
great moral and psychologicaof feet.
One of the latest improvements by
Commissioner Wallis has been the
supplying of warm mijk to mothers
with babies. This was done as soon
as the commissioner learned that
chilled milk made the Infants sick,
When he learned that hundreds of
Immigrations were jammed In the de
tention pens the commissioner or
dered the liberation of the occupants
and gave them the freedom of the
large examination hall.
Commissioner Wallis has appealed
to Washington to remove the alleged
radicals and anarchists detained at
the island for deportation, because
of crowded conditions at the imml
"They are a defiant lot and should
be deported," he said. "They occupy
a room that could accommodate a.
couple of hundred Immigrants."
Railroads have also been asked by
the commissioner to provide better
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When JfcW p laiiuii idutiiiica iui Luc iiu-
III I ill! is ti u n BLUif eiit'piuy c iruiil
"grafting" from the newcomers. ' He
also wants them to be properly fed
while being detained for entrainment.
While funds are not immediately
available for Improvements at the
island. Commissioner Wallis said, he
will ask congress to provide the
money. He said that he had already
asked, permission to raise funds by
publid subscription if -the necessary
money could not be provided by the
For list of timely under
priced offerings see our ad
vertisement in Monday even
attention for an instant from the
Richard Virgil, injured in the
wreck of the Spokane-Lewlston auto
mobile stage near Steptoe Friday aft
ernoon. when the stage turned turtle.
a led at o clock thiB morning at the
STRIKERS HOLD SHOPS
Workers Refuse to Give Cp Fac
tories Once Captured.
ROME, Sept., 5. Striking Italian
metal workers who have seized the
workshops still held control of the
shops this morning and apparently
intended spending the tday in them,
fearing if they left they would be
unable to re-enter.
The day passed without any dis
turbance being reported, but there Is
no sign of a settlement. Minister of
Labor Labriola held a conference on
the situation, but no statement was
The employers carried out their
threat to pay the strikers no wages
for the past week.
REDS MARCH ON GEORGIA
Persian BoIshcvikl Also Reported
PARIS. Sept. 3. Ten thousand bol
shevik troops are marching from Per
sia on Georgia, according to a Tiflis
dispatch under date of September 1.
The Persian bolsheviki are also
menacing Armenia. Russian soviet
commissaries are in command.
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Store. Up the Summers Treasures
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home friends are gathering to talk over their vacation pleasures. How much more
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and places. You should have several prints made from your films for others will want
many of your pictures.
We are having wonderful success with our enlargements. You will be amazed at
the lovely pictures that are' enlarged from very small films. They are always worth
framing and hanging in your home.
Quick Service ?
After you have taken some pictures you are most anxious to see quickly how they will
turn out. Nowadays there is no waiting, for with our 4l-hour printing service films
brought in by 8 A. M. are finished by 12:30; films brought in by 12:30 are finished
by 5 P. M. .
' School Books and Supplies
We are carrying a complete line of school books and, school supplies at our Irving
ton Pharmacy, relieving many of our customers from the trouble of a trip into
town for these articles.
Xcgroes Hold Up Train.
FRESXO, Cal., Sept. 4. Five ne
groes held up a Southern Pacific
freight train between Kingsburg- and
Goshen tonight, robbed the train crew
and escaped, according to a telephone
message to the rresno Republican
from Visalia. -
Brother's Engine Kills.
MARSHALLTOWN, la., Sept. 4.
With his brother in the engine cab,
Jess Q. Sims, 42 years old. a dray
man, was- ground to pieces today
when wtruck by a Minneapolis & St.
COAk PRODUCTION - GA1X1XG
Strike Conditions in Indiana Have
Little Real Effect.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4. Despite
strike conditions which during the
flnst half of the week tied up most of
the Indiana mines, bituminous coal
production for the week - ended Au
gust 28 showed an Increase of 326,000
tons, or 3 per cent, over the preced
ing week, according to the geologi
cal survey. The total production was
placed at 11,574,000 tons.
President Wilson today referred to
Secretary Wilson of the labor depart
ment the telegraphic request of the
United Mineworkers that the question
of a new wage scale for the anthra
cite field be reopened to peYmit new
requests for increase additional to
PRIMARY RESULTS G VEN ths granted by ths anthracits com-
" mission to be filed
XEW YORK PIER'S GUARDED
Irish-American Disturbances Are
1'eared by Police.
NEW YORK, Sept. 4. Police and
ppecial guards were thrown around
the White Star line piers here today
prior to sailing at noon of the steamer
Baltic, against which a demonstration
was made a week ago by Irish-American
women pickets and 4000 long
shoremen. Women pickets in front of the Bal
tic's berth carried banners protesting
against British imprisonment of Ter
ence MacSwiney, lord mayor of Cork,
Los Angeles Reports Nominations
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Sept. 4. Nom
inations for the legislature in Los
Angeles county districts, resulting
from Tuesday s primary, are:
Twenty-ninth senatorial district Dwight
Hart, republican; Joseph r ltzpatrick, dem
ocrat; Henry A. Hart, socialist.
Thirty-first senatorial district Harry A.
Chamberlain, republican; Claude C Sbo-
Thirty-third senatorial district Joseph
A. Romlng-cr, republican; Marie C Breliin,
Thirty-fifth senatorial district Egbert
J. Gates, republican.
Thirty-seventh senatorial district New
ton M. Allen, republican.
Stephens Is Confident.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Sept. 4. In a
telegram to officials of his office here
today, Oovernor Stephens stated that
after a conference with Secretary
of State Colby he felt certain that
nothing will come of the suggestion
that the Japanese now In the United
States shall be granted full rights of
K. & K. green stamps for cash.
Holmaa Fuel Co. Mala Ait. 680-iL
TWO AUTO VICTIMS PIE
Clarkston Rancher Goes Over Em
bankment In Xight.
LEWISTON. Idaho. Sept. 4. Charles
Jelm of Clarkston. Wash., returning
tonight to his home from his ranch
property on Craig mountain, was al
most instantly killed when the auto
mobile he was driving went over an
embankment about 400 yards from
the Waha postoffice store, 20 miles
George Weeks, a stockman, with
Jelm, sustained only slight injuries.
The automobile light was working
poorly and Jelm wa giving it atten
tion, thi3 presumably diverting hi3
Vancouver Ferries Stopped
VANCOUVER. B. C. Sept. 4.
Hundreds ot residents of North Van
couver, a suburb, were prevented from
reaching their work in this city to
day by a strike of crews which tied
up ferryboats operating between the
suburb and the city. Every available
craft is being pressed into service to
transport the stranded commuters.
Carmen Want 8 0 Cents Hourly.
EAST ST. LOUIS. 111., . Sept. 4.
Motormen and conductors employed
on the lnterurban line of the East
St. Louis and Suburban Railway com.
pany, today voted to strike to enforce
their demands lor an average wage
increase of from 60 to 90 cents an
COX HURLS LYING CHARGE
tContlnued FT-om First Pane.)
letin' ... it says that this 'bulle
tin' Is 'official' and In another part It
says that the quotas were understood
by Chairman Hays at the outset.""
"It says," the governor' continued,
without reading, "that the amounts
sought in each community are part of
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Louis train in the yards. It is be
lieved Sims Intended to, board the
pilot of the locomotive in order to see
his brother Walter, who was fire
man. . .
KAPP TRIALS ARE DROPPED
rial court at Leipzig had discontinued
proceedings against the following
persons accused of participation in the
Kapp revolt: Baron von Kalkenhau
sen, the Kapp vice-chancellor; Attor
ney Frederick Liey, Captain Lensch
and Dr. Traub, minister of public wor
ship In the revolutionary cabinet. It
stated that there was Insufficient
evidence to prove that they were in
stigators of the revolt.
The imperial court, flowever. de
clined U quash the indictment against
Dr. .von. Jagow. former Berlin chief
of police, minister of the interior un
Evidence Declared Insufficient
German Revolution Cases.
BERLIN. Sept. 4. (By the Asso
ciated Press.) The- Taeglische Rund
schau today reported that the impe-
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Our Ophthalmometer is one of the most ffcientific
eye-testing instruments in the world. With it we
can detect error of vision instantly.
In order to be a producer one must function effi
ciently in every faculty. In these days of hard eye
work the help of good glasses is necessary to a
large majority between school age and the meridian
of life. The person over 50 who can do without
glasses very probably has never done the work most
people want to accomplish.
Thompson service is not a half-hearted service we
go all the way. We start by giving your eyes the
most thorough and scientific examination possible.
Then, after we have consulted your wishes in the
matter of style we proceed to turn out a complete
pair of glasses made to the measure of your needs
and requirements. This individual service is what
makes the Thompson Optical Institute the 6tandard
for all comparisons in eyeglass service.
We Offer You Complete Service
Complete lens-grinding factory on premises.
Portland's Largest, typst Modern, Best Equipped
209-10-11 Corbett Building, Fifth and Morrison
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