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THE OREGON SUNDAY- JOURNAL, r PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 14, 1920.
DECLARED TO BE
Proposed Treaty Said to Accord
Japanese Already Here Ecjual
Rights, but Halts Immigration.
By A. I. Bradford
Washington, Nov, 13. (IT. P. )
Agreement on a plan for settling the
critical Japanese problem will, be
reached within two or three weeks,
tt was predicted authoritatively here
The ' agreement wilt cover the ques
tions of Japanese Immigration to the
Vnited States and discrimination against
Japanese subjects already in this coun
try, It is -said.
The plan of settlement Is being
worked out by Roland S. Morris, Amerr
if an ambassador, to Toklo, and Baron
Kijuro Shidehnra, the Japanese am-laiMador.-who
has been nesrotlating hers
hince Japan made its; Informal protest
uRalnnt the California Jaw for absolute
jrohibitlon of land holding by Japanese.
HAN TO RE SUBMITTED
After Morris and Shidehara agree on
a plan of settlement, their work will be
put before their two governments to ac
cept or reject. This may take Some time.
'Provisions were taken tonight to, in
clude: :-- i -.-
, A treaty between the United States
and Japan By which Japanese subjects
who are already in this country would
be guaranteed tha same treatment, as
cltlzeriB or subjects of the. most favored
Nations. This treaty. It fs held, would
supersede the two California laws pro
tiiMiinir .nu'iiiirahln anrr lease of land "by
Japanese and all other discrimination
against Japanese here. Those laws are
'tint aripr ifirallv mentioned, however, it
was learned. '
Amendments to the present "gentle
men's agreement" tinder which Japan
' undertook voluntarily to "restrict" im
migration to this country to provide for
practically absolute prohibition of Jap
anese immigration to America, These
amendments Which Japan would be ob
ligated to ijsent, are for the purpose
. of meeting the stand of the United States
for a complete Exclusion of Japanese
immigration. - :
j Tentative drafts of the proposed treaty
which have been drawn, it was learned
tonight, will apply not only to Japanese
in the United States, but to Americans
in Japan and will give them the privi
lege of owning land there. Ownership
of land is now denied all foreigners by
the Japanese government, but it is ex
pected that the next Japanese parlia
ment in December will' change this.
' .Sale of Estate Ordered
Trending Judge Tazwell issued an or
der Saturday directing the ale of the
personal property of the late Michael Er
eeg, who died from injuries received
when he was run down by an automobile
on the Llnnton road while he was driv
ing a herd of cattle along the highway.
The property includes . 31 milk . cows
valued at $1073.
President-elect . '
Fathers's Favorite .
Says His Sister
Santa Ana, Cal.r Nov. 13. U. P.)
Mrs. E. e: Reemsberg. in a checked
gingham apron, scurried' about the
kitchen of her cosy home hers today,
striving to do household work that has
been neglected during ' the past few
: But she was induced to put aside the
duties of a wife and mother long enough
to tell of her pride and confidence iu her
"big brother President-elect Warren G.
Harding, whose, election shattered her
housekeeping routine. . She la the sena
tor's eldest sister, .
"Warren's a good Christian man and
he's not tasy." she said. "Mother always
taught him to try to please the Creator
first, so I knofcr he wlir do right."
A smilf played about the lips of the
genial tnlddleaged matron as she reluted
incidents of thejold days When the president-elect
worked on a - little farm in
; "Father always was partial to War
ren, I think," she continued. j 'He gave
Warren a drum and a wath whew he
was just a little fellow, I remember.
""I expect that while he Is in the White
House mother's teachings given tous
all years ago as we. sat around Iter
arm chair, will continue to dominate
Negro Bets Seven
Days in City Jail
On Cardinal Team
- s-- --
San Jose, Cal., Hoy, 13. (L N. S.)
William Sparks, negro, who shines the
shoes of Stanford university! students,
today staked seven - days in the city
prison on the chances of the " Cardinal
varsity to beat the University of Cali
fornia in next Saturday's football classic
between the two teams. h
Sparks was arrested for drunkenness
today, for the second time in a week.
He was sentenced to pay a S30 fine or
serve SO days In jail. While being finger-printed
by Officer James Murphy,
Sparks boasted of the superiority of the
Stanford eleven. Murphy derided him.
Then came the bet.
If Stanford : wins the "big game."
Murphy promises to pay $23, the neces
sary amount to secure Spark' freedom,
for he will by that time have served
seven of his 30 days.
If California wins. Sparks will start
serving his time all over again next
Saturday, making hla term 37 days.
"But they'll nevah win," -says the
bootblack, "cause ah shines the shoes
of them there boys and they simply
can't lose." t
CRUSHED BY REDS
French ' Warships and Defeated
Forces in Embarkation j Se
bastopol Occupation Near.
Paris,' Nov. U. (U. P.) Com
pletely crushed by the Bolshevik!
onslaught. Baron Wrarigem army
already has begun evacuation of- the
Crimean peninsula, according to
semi-official dispatches received here
shortly before midnight, French
warship and transports wer aald
to be aiding in embarkation.
The reports, stated that occupation of
Sebastopol by the soviet forces was im
minent ?The dispatches said that the
Reds pierced Wrangel's front in the
Perekop,, sector on Thursday.
Later .," information received by the
foreian office said that Wrangel was
preparing to flee from the peninsula
with as many of his army as he can
find ships for. French armored cruisers
already are at Sebastopol to assist in the
embarkation. The French hope to send
other craft there from Constantinople.
A dispatch from Sebastopol received at
midnight stated that arrangements had
been made for members of Wrangel s
government, the foreign military , mis
sions and members of the French colony
to embark on the French armored cruiser
Waldeck Rousseau, A , vessel of H.iuu
. w ituinM KjA
c.r.,4 in kiiln,u nnA Institutional
building at Lewiaton during the last
year, the erection of houses has not
kept pace, and a campaign for home
building will be started in tne spring.
Body Found in Sound
. . ! '
Seattle, Nov. 13. (U. P.) The body of
Professor H.-F. W. Ktlllan. former
teacher of German in tha Broadway- high
school, was found today In the waters
of Puget Sound near the Tulalip Indian
reservation.: No word had been received
from the former teacher since he mys
teriously disappeared from Bellingham
last October 25. He had been a teacher
in Seattle schools l years, j .
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Exceptional "Three'Piece Suite9 Bargains!
1110 Three-Piece Solid Oak Set. with
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Solid Oak Dining Chairs (dark wax finish) ......$ i.ti
Solid Oak Dining Table (dark wax finish) 128.95
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