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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
, WEDNESDAY, . NOVEMBER 10. 1920.
PTY IS TO BE
' REJECTED WHEN IT
: IS RESUBMITTED
Washington, Nov. 10. i-Republlcan
leaders of all shades and beliefs,
ranging from" open advocates of a
League of Nations to the lrreconcil
ablf s led ; by Senators ; Borah v and
Johnson, are agreed that the treaty
of Versailles shall be rejected Imme-
' diately It Is resubmitted to the short
session of congress by President
"Wilson and peace declared with the
central powers by resolution, it was
learned from an official source to
day. President-i.lect Harding, it is
utated, has already agreed to euch.
Several ' plans for an association of
nations wuT be submitted to congress
Immediately. Amonjr them is one by
Senator France, who describes it in the
following article, written especially for
Universal Service, by Senator Joseph
' Irwin France. United States senator
. from Maryland : '
The first duty of the Republican
congress will be to end the state of
war with. Germany, and then to take
steps In the direction of international
understandings which will mean true
reconciliation' and national reconstruction.
"After losing nearly two years of
precious time the Republican party will
lake up the consideration of such plans
s proposed by Senator Inox and my
. "My resolution provides for making
immediate peace with Germany and ai
.recta the president to invite all nations
to send delegates to Washington for
consultation with rejrard ; to the forma
Ion of a general concert as a substitute
tor the league of Nations.
"The list of states to be invited under
i this resolution will include Ireland,
Kgypt, India, Austria.rArgentine Repub
lic, Australia. Belgium. Bolivia Brazil,
Bulgaria. Canada. Chile, China. Colom-
- :bia. Cuba, Cxecho-Slovakia, Denmark.
lominican Republic, Ecuador Finland,
France, Germany, Great Britain. Greece,
Cuatemala. Haiti. Hedjaz, Hungary,
Italy. Japan. Jugo-Slavia. Luxemburg,
.Netherlands. New Zealand, Nicaragua,
'Norway, Panama, Persia, Peru. Poland,
: Portugal, 'Roumania, Russia, Salvador,
Serbia, Siam, South Africa, Spain, Swe
den. Turkey, Switzerland, Uruguay and
"Knch of states should be represented
at the International conference by three
"An assembly composed of two dele
gates from each of the colonies, pro
tectorates and independencies should sit
separately,'' but at the same time.
"Such a conference- would look to a
voluntary concert of nations in which
rach can maintain its 'sovereignty and
all would co-operate for the general
welfare under the establishment of the
leadership of America.''.
; hi m i-
In Membership of
J Minnesota Session
: -Minneapolis, Minn Nov. 10.- (I, N S.)
The Non-partisan league, labor dele
gation in the next house in the Minne
sota legislature has been increased from
3S, the 1919 membership, to 35 for 1921.
the opposition admitted today when the
full list of victors was given out.
The Non-partisan league had 25 mem
bers in the 1919 session indorsed exclu
sively . by the. farmers' organization.
There were eight legislators who had
been Indorsed by various labor assem
blies. , -
The net result really means a gain of
five votes for the league-labor group.
: league, and labor leaders say.
Dies at Coblenz
Washington. Nov. 10. (WASHINGTON
BUREAU OF THE JOURNAL VThe war
department announced the death at
Coblens, Germany, of Private Peter B.
Roth, Thirteenth Provisional Guard com
pany. His father Is Vajentine Roth of
the Lents district, ."Portland, Or.
Score Bryan About
Attack on Wilson
Memphis, Tenn.', Nov. 10. William J.
Bryan has alienated : himself from
southern Democrats by his suggestion
that 'President Wilson resign. A storm
of protest has pwept over Dixie and
ine commoner nas Deen denounced from
the Ohio to the Gulf.
"Mr. Bryan has lost his right to take
any part In, any conference, as to Dem
ocratic procedure." said C. P. J. Mooney.
editor of the Memphis Commercial Ap
peal, in a signed editorial today. "He
i noi in to maae a suggestion to
President Wilson. Mr. Bryan went to
San Francisco and made a fight against
Cox.i That was his privilege. Mr. Cox
won; I Mr. Bryan said then hl heart
was in the Irrave. As far an th Ttemn.
cratlci party is concerned it might as
well stay there.
Mr.i Moonev rnnMnn .oirln. ui.
Democracy " has always been tinctured
by a i rotten theory pt popularism and
After referring to Mr. Bryan's fail
ure to help Cox in the campaign, Mr."
Mooney says : - ' - ,
"Mr. Brvan has mad hl llv4n
the I Democratic party. It has been his
meal ticket for 30 years. He orated
himself into fh linmlnaflnn V
presidency in 1896. As soon as he was
beaten he wrote a book and took to the
lecture piatrorm. He has coined his
reputation i as a Democratic leader Into
a box office asset,"-
In Arkansas the Democratic central
committee of Crittenden county met and
passed resolutions calling upon Mr.
Democratic party and the United States."
British Troops and Police Killed
London,,Nov. 10. (I. N. S.) One hun
dred and : sixty-eight British policemen
and soldiers have been killed in Ireland
so far, this year, according to a revised
casualty list issued by the Irish office
today. ' .
DRY LAW CHIEFS
ARE DISMAYED BY
By W.'H. Atkins
Washington, Nov. 10. (I.' N. S.)
"Dry" law chiefs today wjyre f In
utter dismay over tha probftSe ef
fect of the supreme court's decision,
holding that -whiskey may be "trans
ported" from warehouse' storage to
owners' homes. They frankly fear
demoralization in enforcement work
may grow out of the release of mil
lions of gallons of liquors legally
Some clear statement, further Inter
preting the rights of whiskey owners,
under the highest court's ruling, is ex
pected as a result of the conferences con
tinued today between Commissioner of
Internal Revenue Williams and Prohibi.
tion Commissioner Kramer and their le
Standard Time Not
Restored in Idaho
: Washington. D. C. Nov. 10. The In
terstate commerce commission, in an
opinion by Commissioner Atchison to
day, denied the petition of the Idaho
public utilities commissioner for restora
tion of standard railroad time in
An imitation wool for filling mat
tresses and pillows is being made from
cork in Spain.
j Two Couples Wed
Forest Grove. Or., Nov. 10. Miss Jen
nie Jackson and Thomas Thomasson and
Sarah Ct. Clapshaw and John Beaman of
Hillside, a suburb of Forest Grove, were
recently married here, i
i - 1 I. i m mi mi mwu i WMiSTigrTl
bank is the kind
- to do, business with
f -one where you get
V to know the officers.
'(' Such a bank is the
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15 -2 for 25
Dy Every Test
i This Store Will Be
Closed Thursday j
.AaTfli Stiffs Ula-V I
watch I hursday Evening's Newspapers
for Offerings for Friday's Selling
Firemen Put Fire
Oufand Find Still
Fire In the residence) at 996 Kelly
street was quickly extinguished Tuesday
evening, but not before the firemen got
down as far as the cellar and discovered
three pails of corn mash, with a part of
a whiskey stilt Police Investigated, but
have not found yet who the occupants
were. They believe whoever uvea mere
carried away wnat whiskey had been
made along with part et the 'still and
then eet the bouse on fire..
LANDIS MAY NOT
! ACCEPT POSITION
By Earl L. Shaub ,
(Uni venal Sarrica Staff Corrnpondent)
Chicago, Nov. 10. Federal Judge
K. M. Landis was face to face today
with one of the biggest j questions
that has ever entered his ! life.
Whether to resign his $7500 a year
berth as federal judge for a $50,000 job
as chairman of the new board of control
of reorganized baseball involved more
questions than he has been able to
decide in a day. . - , I
He had not made up his mind late
today whether he will accept the base
ball offer tendered him by the new
12-club league. ; , !
"I still have the matter under advise
ment." he said. "To make a change
of this kind would revolutionize my life.
It is certainly something to think about."
One thing Is sure. The difference in
the money is no inducement at all to
him. It is another phase of the question
that he is turning over in his mind.
If money was the goal of his life he
could make more than $50,000 a .year
as the head of his own law, firm or as
attorney for some large corporation .j ,
The question that is pussllng Judge
Landis is whether he can best serve as
head of the world of baseball or in his
present capacity. f ; i '
Court attaches and those who know
him best are of the opinion that he
will remain where he la, , , i ,:
Held on Charge, of
Opening Mail4 Box
Alfred : Godfrey of West Portland was
held to answer to the federal grand Jury
Tuesday - under $500 bonds by United '
States Commissioner Kenneth Fraser on
a charge of tampering with a mail box.
According to Clarence Fisher, 11 years
old, Godfrey tore the mall box of C S.
Stowe off a post the night of October
28. Clarence told the court that the
light from a passing auto permitted him
to recognize Godfrey. Counsel for God
frey told the court that he would pro
duce witnesses to prove that Godfrey
was at work at 6 p. m. October 28, the
time the offense .is alleged to have been
committed. . . . -
Mica deposits sufficiently large to de
velop are known to exist in 2$ states.
cTlcfeandfee of cJ Merit (My
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Select your gift from the many attractive -
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Grills j Vacuum Cleaners
Toasters Heating Pads
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One hundred steel needles. , '
' $25 WORTH OF PATHE RECORDS TO BE SELECTED
1 BY THE PURCHASER.
' ' . .
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; 5. The manufacturer and ourselves guarantee to replace any de
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Yet the Pathe Costs No More
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