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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, APIIL 29, 1121.
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WITH GERMANY NEAR
SENATE WILL VOTE ON KNOX
By Ralph H. Turner
(United New Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, April 29 "Tech
nlcal peace" between the United
States and Germany looms nearer
than at any time since the armlsi
Under the present plans of Its
leaders, the senate will vote Satur
day on the Knox resolution, 'estab
lishing a declaratory pence between J
America and the Central powers.
Passage of the resolution is con
Agreement to vote on the reso
lution was reached in the senate
Thursday by Senator Lodge and
genator Underwood, republican and
democratic leaders respectively, af
ter the development of the first
spoken opposition to the measure.
Tho opposition came from Senator
Nelson, republican, cf Minnesota,
and Senator Underwood. By passage
of tho resolution, Nelson charged tho
United States would permit Germany
to escape from fulfilling her obll
jatlimt to the allies, as defined in
the treaty of Versailles. Underwood
declared the resolution meant the
United States not only would be
abandoning the allies, but that we
would lose our rights under the Ver
There was scant effort in republi
can rankB to defend the measure,
Senator Edge, of New Jersey, being
the only one to display any concern
erer the democratic opposition.
Pointing out that a "political revo
laUon" had taken place in tho many
states last November, Underwood
conceded that there wib small op
portunity to conclude peace by rati
fication of tho Versailles treaty say
las President Harding had made It
evident ho did uot Intend to resub
mit the treaty.
Bt to repeal a resolution declar
ing a state of war would be a re
traction of that act and I am not
.itnnr n make that retraction,"
Uaoerwood Bald. "With the passage
of the resolution, we would have to
make a peuco treaty with a country
with which we were already at
peace. I have never heard of making
peace with a nation with which a
technical state of war had ended."
Senator Edge explained that the
passage of the Knox resolution would
not be America's final word, hut
that congress could take up the Ver
sailles treaty and negotiate a peace,
with alterations, on the basis of
"But the United States would go
as a supplicant," Underwood replied.
"Our war status would have ended
and we would have to deal with Ger
many as with any other country
which was at peace with us."
"It would be an net of war," Un
derwood continued, "to maintain van
army after the passage of this reso
lution. "After all the sacrifice of lives, to
defend against future wars, this
resolution now proposes to abandon
that hope. We said the war would bo
fought In vain unless future wars
were prevented; yet at this critical
hour we propose to abandon our al
lies. "I do not favor continuing tho
present state of uncertainty, but I
want toknow definitely what we are
doing. We have no assurance that
Germany will accept anything in this
resolution or that a permanent status
of peace will result."
Senator McKollar asked: "Hasn't
this ever been done before ending
a war by resolution of congress?"
"No, never before," Underwood re
plied. "That's right, never before," in
terposed Senator Borah, one of tho
irreconcllables. "But it Is a mighty
good precedent to establish."
Senator Nelson complained that
the resolution asked Germany to
make reparation to no one but the
United States and overlooked Ger
man pledges totho allies on repar
ations and disarmament.
'JAIL HOfWRTIE8 END;
COlftJIiR GETS 100 DAYS
By (if&4 rresa
(PORTLAND, April 29,-Hy Brown
started in today ojLa 100-day sen
tence for manufacturing "hop" In
the city Jail. 'Sflp
Jail authorities had been at loss
for some time to account for the
"hop parties" being held within the
confines of the local bastile.
Jailer O'Brien yesterday solved tho
mystery when he found Brown cook
ing raw opium in his cell. The ma
terial had been furnished by a.
Chinaman in an adjoining cell. It
was cooked in a can and then passed
around to the inmates.
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The lure of a woman's charms so
irresistible that marriage vows and
family ties are swept away before it,
passion, tragedy and vengeance so in
tense that even death cannot settle
the score have made of "Earthbound"
a drama bo powerful, so mystifying,
so breathtaking in its intensity as to
overshadow all motion picture ach
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wondered at therefore that this mas
ter Goldwyn film, produced from' the
story by (Basil King, caused such a stir
among New York dramatic critics dur
ing a recent run at the Astor theater.
"Earthbound," which comes to the
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Sunday, has a plot that lays bare as
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