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TIIE MORXIXG OREGONIAX. FRIDAY. JUNE 24, 1921
N HID SCORED
London Papers Censure Plan
to Crush Sinn Fein.
ROYAL PAIR ARE PRAISED
Briti.-h Press Expresses Relief at
Safe Return of King and
Queen From Belfast.
ION'DON'. June 23. Relief over the
afe return of King George and QueenJ
Mary from Belfast was expressed by
this morning's newspapers, which
also voiced appreciation of their
courage in making the trip to the
Jrish city to open the Ulster parlia
ment. Editorials warmly approved
the king's address, especially his plea
that the "Irish forgive and forget and
Join in making for the land they love
a nav A..e ...... a i-nn liintmPTlf and
good will." I
The Daily News, however, strongly
criticised the government which
framed the speech for "simultaneously
making a mockery and reproach of
these moving words" by its decision
to send more troops to South Ireland.
The London Times denounced the
government for "dashing all hopes
by decreeing intensified warfare in
.Ireland to the bitter end." It accused
the government of playing the game
with the king, who was said to have
done all he could.
Letter la rrintrd.
What purported to be a copy of a
letter Field Marshal Sir Henry Hughes
AVilson, chief of the imperial general!
staff, sent to Prime Minister Lloyd
George, giving his reasons for not ac
cepting the premier's invitation to
attend yesterday's opening of the
Ulster parliament, was circulated to
day in Irish quarters here. The field
marshal's reasons for declining to go
to Belfast were given as follows:
"Being the senior officer of the
British army, 1 do not think it right
or proper for me to be present.
Politira In Avoided.
"In view of the fact that the gov
ernment is determined to increase its
pressure on the south and west of
Ireland to bring the Sinn Fein re
bellion to an end, and that orders for
all troops to go over will emanate
from me, I think perhaps it would
bring politics into the army if, as pre
liminary to ordering thousands of
troops over to crush the rebellion, I
was seen to take part in the opening
of the northern parliament."
The copy of the letter was printed
in the Irish Bulletin.
there has been a heavy tourist travel
through Warrenton en route to Sea
side. Gearhart; Cannon beach and
oilier points. Demand has been made
for greatly increased facilities here
to take care of the traffic.
Supporters of a paved highway
point out that it is only two miles
frum the highway extending through
Warrenton to nature's great highway
along the beach. Along this route
arf found pleasai camping spots.
Backers of Centralia Ilome Prod
ucts Exhibit Are Guests.
CENTRALIA, Wash., June 23.
(Special.) Two hundred women, who
assisted in "putting over" Centralia's I
home products educational exhibit !
last week, were guests at an enter- I
tainment at the chamber of com
merce last night. Mrs. Clara Ketch-!
am Tripp, director of the educational
bureau of the State Chamber of
Commerce; E. H. Colson and O. C.
Goss, president and secretary of the
local chamber, and Mrs. F. G. Gil
bert, president of the Women's Civic
club, spoke. Mrs. Tripp paid a glow
ing tribute to Centralia women.
A resolution was adopted by the
women to "carry on" the results or
the products show and to buy Wash
ington-made products wherever pos
s;ble. It was also decided to repeat
the exhibit next year.
SIMS DERIIES TEXT
OF LOAFDON SPEECH
Admiral Informs Denby State
ments Were Garbled.
SECRETARY GETS REPORT i
EXTRADITION HEARING, SET
Roy Rittner Asked to Preside In
Place of Governor.
SALEM. Or., June 23. (Special.)
Because of the absence of Governor
Olcott, Roy Ritner, president of the
state senate, was tonight asked to
come to Salem Saturday and hear
testimony and arguments for and
against the extradition of Samuel
Segal, who is under arrest in Port
land charged with non-support in
Mr. Segal and a companion, Walter
P. BeVan, were arrested in Portland
and charged with non-support. 'Mr.
Segal has signified his intention of
fighting extradit'on and his hearing
has been set for Saturday. In case
Mr. Rltncr cannot come to Salem, L.
J. Bean, speaker of the house of rep
resentatives, will be asked to preside
at the hearing.
Xaral Officer Makes Detailed Re
ply on Charges That Aroused
Irish Ire Here.
AUTO TRUCKS REGULATED
PEACE CHAACES HELD BETTER
Irish Times Says Ulster Parlia
ment Is Significant.
DUBLIN", June 23. In commenting
upon the address of King George at
the opening of Ulster parliament at
Belfast yesterday, the Irish Times
said this morning:
"If southern Irishmen will allow
themselves to think soberly, w hope
yesterday's events at Belfast will be
gin immediately to improve the pros
pects of peace. Henceforward no
Irishman who is not . a fool or a
fanatic can ignore the significance of
the northern parliament."
The Irish Independent said:
"Division in Ireland is fosiered by
Great Britain for her own ends. If
there was honesty in British politics,
it members of the king's cabinet de
sired to apply the principle of states
manship and not force remedy
strife would be ended and -discontent
would' be allayed in Ireland.
Coos County Adopts Rules Govern
ing Operation on Roads.
MARSHFIELD, Or.. June 23. (Spe
cial.) Coos county nas adopted rules
for regulation of automobile trucks.
through an investigation made by dif
ferent interests throughout the county
and submitted at a general gathering
of court members and others. No
chains may be used on rock, gravel
or hard-surfaced highways.
The trucks may not run on any
thoroughfare more than 15 miles an
hour, and after rains they may not
operate upon dirt roads. The latter
order became urgent because of so
many highways being spoiled by
heavy traffic in logs and other tim
FORGERY CHARGE DENIED
JIalionoy Pleads ot Guilty of
fraud in Gcting Wife's Property.
SEATTLE, Wash., June 23. James
E. Mahoney today pleaded not guilty
In superior court here to one of sev
eral chirges of forgery pending
against him in connection with his
alleged authorship of a fraudulent
. power of attorney, whereby he is said
to have obtained property of h's wife,
Kate M. Mahoney, who has been miss
ing since April 16 and for whose hr.dy
the police have been dragging Lake
Judge King Dykeman denied an ap
plication to reduce Mahoney's ha l,
which had been fixed at $5000. Ma
honey is in jail.
WARRENTON TO PICNIC
Movement for Paved Road to Beach
to Be Launched.
WARRENTON, Or., June 23. (Spe
cial.) A movement to obtain a paved
highway in Clatsop county leading to
the- beach here will be inaugurated
at a community basket picnic to be
held on Warrenton beach Sunday,
Elaborate plans are being laid for
the event by a committee of the
Warrenton Commercial club consist
ing of C. Clifford Barlow, president;
Mayor F. M. Warren, F. M. Wilson,
George Schmidt and Clara Munson.
It is proposed to awaken Clatsop
county citizens to the great latent
tourist mecca lying at Astoria's door
and the possibility of opening an ex
cellent ocean speedway along the
lench to Gearhart. For some time
PORTLAND FIRM WINS
Contract for School Gymnasium at
Oregon City Awarded.
OREGON CITY, Or., June 23. (Spe
cial.) Oregon City will have a new
gymnasium and manual training
building in time for the opening of
schools next September, the contract
tor the new structure having been
.'.warded by the school board Wednes
day night to the Hord-Brooks Co. of
Portland. The general contract went
lor 924,957, and the plumbing and
heating contracts were given to Pope
&. Co. of Oregon City for $1900 and
Dr. C. H. Meissner and J. A. Roake,
who were elected school directors last
Monday, were sworn in, and E. E.
Brodie was re-elected school cierk.
WASHINGTON, June 23. Rear
Admiral Sims handed Secretary Denby
today a written statement about his
recent speech in London, in which he
was quoted as criticising Irish sym
pathizers in the United States and
which resulted in his recall from
leave. The naval secretary has the
statement under consi-deraf ion. In
the meantime its text is withheld.
Admiral Sims reported personally to
Secretary Denby today that he had
been misquoted in press accounts of
remarks made in London. Secretary
Denby directed him today to make a
written statement giving a correct
text of what he had said.
Admiral Sims arrived from London
yesterday. He called on Mr. Denby
at the navy department this morning.
He was with the secretary only a
minute or two, then going to the of
fice of Admiral Coontz, chief of naval
operations. The admiral refused to
comment on the case in any way, but
Secretary Denby said after his inter
view with the officer:
"Admiral Sims has denied the ac
curacy of the statements attributed
to him. He said he was Incorrectly
"I gave him a written memorandum
setting forth those statements and
asking him to inform me Mn writing
where he was misquoted, and to tell
me, if he could, what he did say in
that speech, I asked him to give me
an early reply. My memorandum was
an official communication to Admiral
Sims in the form of an order."
Secretary Denby expects to an
nounce tomorrow his decision in the
case of Admiral Sims, on the reports
which quoted him as severely criti
cising Irish sympathizers in the
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WOMEN HELD LESS MORAL
Police Captain, However, Holds
Hope for Future.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., June 23.
Clara Burnside of Indianapolis, the
only woman captain of police, who is
attending the social work conference,
said women's morals are lower than
ever. She regarded the condition as
inevitable and held hope for th4 fu
"Women have demanded equal
rights and privileges with men," she
sai "Although indications are that
instead of men coming up to wom
en's moral standards, women have
come down to men's standards. This
is only the inevitable swing of the
pendulum to extremes which occurs
before alt great equalizations. 1 ne
condition will not last and the future
will be better for it."
PRISONER TO CONFESS
Man Accused of Bank Robbery
Promises to Clear Companions.
YAKIMA, Wash., June 23. Habeas
corpus hearing in the Yakima superior
court today resulted in an order that
Sheriff Bear release Jim Enright,
alias John Cobell, alleged bank robber
and whisky runner, arrested Sunday
t Toppenish with Robert O'Brien of
Republic, Wash., and C. M. Roberts
of Spokane. Cobell immediately was
rearrested by Deputy! Sheriff Ledger
wood of Stevens county and taken to
Colville-on the next train to answer
to a charge of robbing the Addy
Wash., State bank.
Before his departure, according to
Sheriff Bear, Cobell stated he would
make a confession of the robbery
Friday night on the Fort Slmcoe road
of Frank Gunyer, to clear O'Brien and
Roberts of that crime. O'Brien and
Roberts are held in the Yakima jail.
The former has been formally charged
with complicity in the Gunyer holdup.
No charges have been made against
ore Merit Only
will clean up the tall grass in some
of the -side streets and erect a big
sign at the camping ground east of
Salem Woman Passes Away.
SALEM, Or., June 23. (Special.)
Mrs. Vera Bulgin, 23 years of rfge,"
died here last night after an illness
of several weeks. She is survived by
her husband, L. G. Bulgin; her father,
R. W. Dilley of Spokane, and her
mother, Mrs. A. W. Buell of Salem.
EI ma Aids Boy Scouts.
ABERDEEN, Wash., June 23.
(Special.) The Elma Community as
sociation has voted to give financial
assistance to the Boy Scouts of the
town In return for which the scouts
WOOD BACKERS IN COURT
Campaign Manager Sues to Collect
$745,433 as Expense.
CHICAGO, June 23. -A bill has been
filed in superior court here by W. C.
Proctor of Cincinnati, formerly chair
man of the Leonard Wood campaign
committee, asking an accounting ani
money decree to compel eight other
rrganizers to reimburse him $745,433
as their share in the $813,200 ex
penses of the committee in promoting
General Wood for republican candi
date for president.
The bill names the following: N. J.
Gould, Seneca Falls, N. Y.; Horace C.
Stebbins, New York; T. J. Miller,
Delaware. Frederick Stanley, Wichita,
Kan.; Frederick Joss. Indiana; G. H.
Moses, Concord. N. H.; James J. Mc
Graw, Oklahoma, and A. A. Sprague,
Construction corporation shipyards,
in which he sought to collect S9500
alleged to be due for services and
bonuses, has been settled. The com
pany paid Mr. Sim $50,0 in full settle
ment for the account.
Mr. Sim came here from the Sun
Shipbuilding company when the steel
shipyard was begun. His plans in a
large measure were followed in lay
ing out the yard.
Mr. Sim alleged he was to get a
certain salary and a bonus for each
Announcing a Display of White Gowns and Frocks
For Dawn, Daytime, Dusk and Dance Hours
We picture one, and others may be seen displayed in our corner window,
"where new styles are always seen." White is summer's "color," when na
ture's canvas is gala with vivid hues.
FROCKS OF CANTON CREPE. CREPE
DE CHINE. GEORGETTE CREPE AND
EXQUISITE COTTON MATERIALS
Complementary colors to- white are used in trimmings, usually black or
White Blouses and White Skirts are unfailingly correct
The prices on correct white apparel at Lipman, Wolfe & Co., you will
find, promote economy.
cTMercliandiso of cJ Merit Only"
SUIT FOR JPAY SETTLED
Standifer Corporation Gives $5 00
to J. A. Sim, ex-Employe.
. VANCOUVER, Wash., June 23.
(Special.) The case of J. A. Sim, gen
eral manager of. the G. M. Standifer
Hood Elects School Directors.
HOOD RIVER, Or., June 23. (Spe
cial.) With the election uncontested,
the following were elected members
of the city school board: Mrs. W. H.
McClain, prominent woman's club
member; A. J. Derby, ex-county judge
and district attorney, and I. R. Ache
son, former banker and canneryman.
The district for the first time has
reached proportions of first-class
standards, requiring a board of 'five
instead of three. The holdover mem
bers of the board are Jesse W. Crites
ana Dr. V. R. Abraham. Dr. C. H.
Jenkins was retiring member.
1. The district has had free text
books for years but at the election
held here ten days ago the citizens
refused to approve the levy neces
sary to continue them. It was an
nounced the books would be .sold.
The complaint charges that-he citi
zens by a vote instituted the free
textbooks and that this actlo.n has
not been revoked by the people.
Textbook Injunction Sought.
; WALLA WALLA, Wash., June 23.
(Special.) C. E. Hand, taxpayer,
today started court action to restrain
the city school board from selling or
disposing of the school textbooks and
supplies owned by school district No,
Burn and Stock Burned.
WALLA WALLA, Wash., June 23.
Fire on the Guy Kent farm near Walla
Walla this morning burned a barn,
28 head of horses and mules and
caused a loss of $10,Tin. W. R. Thump-
kins was badly burnedg.rylng to res
cue the animals.
Thieves Set Auto Afire.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.. June 23.
(Special.) Thieves this morning
stole George Cain's new touring car,
valued at $3o0, ran it two miles nnd
accidentally set it on fire, then de
serted it. The machine is practically
a total loss.
Eagles Tuke Departure.
ABERDEEN'. Wash., June 23.
(Special.) Practically the last of the
delegates to the Ragles' convention
l(-ft Tuesday aflernoon for their
homes. The Scuttle delegation atagrd
a street parade lipfore departing.
Among the last sets of the ronv-ntlon
f re the passnge of resolutions op-pot-inp
oriental Immigration and In
vnrlne eld aire government pensions
$25 a Day Off Until Sold
1818 (handler Tonrlna Car. Coed
Tlrta, Good I'tnlnh, Beat
Rearalar prlre fISOO
Now dnnn to.. TOO
COVEY MOTOIt CAR COMPANY
Two Logging Camps Shut Down.
ABERDEEN, Wash., June 23.
(Special.) Camps numbers 1 and 2
of. the Simpson Logging company, in
the Matlock district have closed for
an indefinite period Market condi
tions will determine the time of re
opening. Camps nurabcm 4 apd J will
remain open until the end of June.
, For the Stomach and Liver.
"About two years ago I took two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets for
the stomach and liver and can praise
this remedy highly for the great good
it did me," writes Mrs. Mary Haven.
Sandy Creek, N. Y. "I have since rec
ommended this remedy to some of my
friends, who have also used it with
good results." If troubled with in
digestion or constipation, Chamber
lain's Tablets will do you good. Adv.
invited to use
terms we offer
Service in eye-examination, fitting
glasses and filling oculists' prescriptions
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