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CITY OFFICIAL PAPES
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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER 4DW V '
Coal Laborers May Get Increase
: of Two Shillings a Day With
: Selling Price to Depend Up
; on Production.
WITH LLOYD GEORGE
Danger of Precedent is Seen
But Men Seek to Avoid Gen- f
eral Walkout for Fear of El-1
ection Call and Landslide.
LONDON", Oct. . (A. P.) For
mal negotiation between the govern
ment and office ra of thn minora' fed
eration warn reopened today. It la re
ported that tha mlnera are t tret two
chilling a day Increase and the sell
tnf price of coal to depend on produc
tion. If production fall below a cer
tain level tha retail price will be In
creased to householders. It la believ
ed thla will num tha mlnera to main
Governor Believes Acceptance
is of Vital Concern to Amer
ica and is Willing to Concede
HALF WAY SUGGESTED
PIERCE UNNATURAL CALM
LEAGUE IS HELD
PATH TO PEACE
! SENATOR CHAMBERLAIN SPEAKS
Agreement Combining Recom
mendations of Hitchcock and
Lodge Suggested; Result
Will Depend Upon Senate.
ic.vroctb with cox. Hunt
ington, W. Vii., Oct. n. (By. Her
bert Wulker, 17. P. Staff Correapond
ent.) Governor Cox's belief la that In
the event f hla election he ran obtain
ratification of the peace treaty through
a compromise with the senate baaed
on a aerie of reservation about hnlf
way letween those of Henutor Hitch
cock and thoat, of Senator Lodge, It
Mark W. Hearn, of Portland,
Delivers Convincing Address
on Provisions of Covenant'
for Stamping-Out of War.
COX IS DEPICTED AS
BIG, TRUE CHAMPION
Personal Friend of Ohioans
Forgets Party to Contrast
Splendid Achievements of
Governor, With Harding's
Mm Tinon cn'i
TONIGHT AT.OKEGON THEATRE HUL HUM. OVll
Characterizing the Lencue of Na
tlon aa the ot.ly rond lo peace and
I James M. ("ox. ita rhnmnlon In I V
T.tt learned loday, Thla Ih Jhe Inter- presidential campaign, oh a "great big
rretnlion which the governor s adviser American, true honest nnd honor-
Oonfcr With Pranlrr
LONDON. Oct. It. iV. r. Agree.
ment to end the Brltiah coal atrlka ap
peara at hand today. All mlnera un
Ion executive attended a conference
lth Lloyd Oeorga Indicating that
degotlatlona have replaced "converaa
tlona." Secretary Hodgea, of the mln.
er'a federation, aupported that inter
pretation when he mid conference
delegate would decide whether the
proponed term hiild be approved
and aubmltted to a union ballot. The
terma are aaid unoffli-lally to provide
two ahllllnga per day Increase for tha
mlnera with atlpulullon for Increased
Labor men art understood to regard
tha plan for Increaard production a
a dangerou precedent, but they ara
anxloua to avoid a general atrlke. Fear
had grow that If general atrlke devel
oped, Lloyd Oeorge would aelte upon
It to calk a general election on the ia
au "tha nation veraua unioniam" and
In that event they fnrennw theretup
of tha Lloy imriirlimiynT y a
UUNDRY THIEF HELD
place on hla atatement here thiit "the
eort of agreement which I ahall be
enabled to obtain will be determined
by the senatorial electlona." The gov
ernor hoa mnde It plain that he con
aldcra ratiflcationa of the treaty of vi
tal concern to the L'nited 8tatea, and
to accomplish thla he will be willing
to go conalderably further than did
Treatdent Wllwm In effecting a com
After concluding- hla trip through
the mining dlatiicla of Wet Virginia.
the governor aaid he Ih ponfldent that
labor la for the league. Afler two more
Mopa li) thla atiite toilay, Cox will lie
lack In Ohio for the final fight of thf
ccmpiilRn. With Jnxt a week remain
ing he will continue to aireaa the lea
gue aa the dominant lextip of the campaign.
MARION Oct. J. tBy Raymond
Clapper, I'. P. Htuff Correspondent.)
A poFfltbillty that the League of Na
tion! covenant may be amended ao aa
able." Mark W. Hearn, of Portland,
republican laat night delivered a con
vincing addrexs on the only liwue of
the cumpalgn. aa he seea it, before a
good aired audience In the atembl
room of the county library.
"The definite purpoee of the league
la to prevent war and everyth'hg In
the covenant la there for the good of
mankind," Mr. Hearn aaid. "It pro
vlilea the Way to settlement of all our
dlaputes, without coKtly war and blood-
ahed. It la the guarantee of riehla
for humanity and we fought th- re
cent war for hiinmnlty'H Hake."
(HitlliKW elf tn lagua.
In the cnurxc of hln talk on the
lenguo he outlined with convincing
frankneaa hla reaaona for belief In the
league and treaty which Is linked with
It. He explained the aswmbly and
the council of the league, ita plana for
disarmament, Ita taboo of secret trea
ties, Ita periods of delay before a na
tion la permitted lo overstep the de
cision- of the council and go to war.
Article 10. he explained, representa
the moral obi gallon of a nation to
back uu,tlv nvcrees of the council.
provided that nation's delegate voles
A personal friend of Governor Cox
and Sonulor Harding, Mr. Hearn de
clared that the former has been one
of the biggest factors in Ohlo'a prog.
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George Ji.. Chamberlain, senior Uniled Kiates aenator from Droirnn uii!
iuik to me people ,t Pendleton this evening at a meeting in the Oregon the
ater. Th's will be the first local address by Senator Chamberlain and it is
looked forward to with ureat interest.
Kenan r t:hami)erlain has been in the west end of the county today, having
a.iiieU ni .nanueia inin morning. Ho sjioke during Ihe i!ny In Stanfield.
iiernn.sion uno r.cno.
King Alexander Died at 5:20
Yesterday Afternoon From
Wounds Inflicted by Bite of
Pet Monkey Early in October.
Brother of Young King is
Chosen as Successor After
Varied Rumors Conflict as to
Who Will Take Greek Reins.
ATHENS. Oct. 26. (A. P.) The
thror.e of Greece, made vacant by the
death of .King Alexander, will be of-
rered to Prince Paul, the third son of
King Conalantine, It waa officially an
IS PLANNED BY
Home Ofifce Promises There
Will be No Interference With
Elaborate Ceremony But
Sinn Fein Squad Must , Not
Alexander I)ie at 5:20.
ATHENS, Oct. 26. (A. I'.)-
ISOLATED OUTBREAKS .
Vengeance Expedition is Inter
cepted on Way to England
and Police Are on Alert for
LONDON. Oct. 26. (L. P.) Im
pressive funeral honors will b ac
corded Terrence MacSwiney who be
gan life aa a clerk and died In a spec
tacuinr manner for Ireland. The
home offce promised toilay there will
Alexander of Greece died at 5.20 P. I be no interference with tha plan ef
... xa-ieiuajr. ins aeain waa due to irlsn leaders who announced the body
wound, received when a pet monkey Ujj ue in rlate ln 8t. George catbe
attacked him early In October, the king dra, and tr.en be carried in solemn
being badly mutilated. f proces!Iion lo entrain for It. journey
Throughout Sunday night the heart to an Irieh grave. Officials said tha
ohojii grew weaker, nia general debil
ity became more pronounced and pul
monary symptoms were intense.
Breathing at times was most diff cult
and alarming, and at noon vesterday
it was announced that the king's con
dtion was hopelesn.
Illness Brought Rumors.
The death of King Alexander imme-
il;ately gave rise to the question of suc
cession to the Greek throne.
only restriction on the funeral service
will he that no Sinn Fein firing squad
lie permitted to officiate at the grave,
I'mmtural Calm FallA,
Dl-ELTX, Oct. 2. U. P.) Ire--land
i unnaturally calm today, follow
ing the death f Lord Mayor Mac
Swiney. There were a few Isolated
outbreaks, but nothing like the dent
in trmll Man-tor H,.r,tin.r If elertert 1 ' " Muoption OI tne I1CW
, . ...... ,,,.,. ih. I "tnte constitution and his election a
governor ln 1912. During the
Herman nohrer, held In tha county
Jail for larceny of laundry, today
faces charge of having narcotics in
tils possession. Complaint waa filed
tn the L'. 8. district court on Monday
by Officers J. J. Dlggins and Dan Ker
fooL of the Internal revenue depart
ment, following the turning over to
them of cocaine and morphine taken
from Ilohrer When he was arreated.
No connection between Rohrer and
tha Chinese, Men Gong and Ah Moy.
arreated Sunday night, has been es-'
tabilihed Chief of Police Al Roberts
said today. Tha materials in his pos
session, however, bore Chinese labels
nd It may b run to earth later that
he waa purchasing his goods from the
orientals now held.
At a, hearing for ball yesterday af
ternoon before Commissioner H. A.
Newberry, bonds for the woman. Ah
Moy, were placed at 1600, which am
ount she raised and was releaaed from
Jail. Men Gong's bond was placed at
11(00 and he waa obliged to remain In
jail over night while friends attempt
ed to raise that sum. He was still in
Jail this morning.
' While no charge stronger than pos
session of drugs was filed against
Kohreg, police believe that he, too,
was distributing narcotlca and are
working on that angle of the case. His
thefts ara believed to have been com
milled while he was under tne Inriu.
ence of drugs. The federal officers. It
Is understood, will not ask for Rohr
er until after he has been tried In the
state courts on the first charge. He
probably will fact the federal charge
to propoae that America rutify the re
vised pact, was Keen here toilay In a
statement by Leon Hourgeuis, presi
dent of the league council, declaring
that article 10 Is not considered a vi
tal or CKsentlal part of the covenant.
Harding, has never turned h's back
entirely on the league of Nations
Idea, although he Is ' unreservedly
against entering it as It now stands,
II is claimed.
M. Rourgeolse is upfted here to
have taken his cue from Harding's
declaration at Rochester, N. Y., that
he will never as president send to the
senate the covenant with article 10 In
It. With that provision eliminated,
the whole question might appear In a
new light. What Harding will do In
that case Is problematical.
In speeches at Des Moines and other
points In the middle west Senator
Harding took a flat stand against the
league of Nations, saying he sought
"rejection, not reservations."
. KE.VOVA, "W. Va., Oct. 26. Oover
nor Cox. closing his West Virginia
campaign, made an appeal for the
League of Natoins, stating that church
es, labor and women were together In
a movement which he said was
"sweeping the country." He said a
prediction a year ago by V, H. Tuft
that churches, labor and women would
endorse the league has come true.
STAY OF EXECUTION IS
SIGNED PENDING APPEAL
piHXiciin administration of 1SH and
1815, Ohio went through ono of the
worm periods In its history, Mr. Hearn
ncciarcd. Wonderful prosperity has
accompanied the last two terms of Mr.
l-ox us governor.
(pul on l,av Imnrov
"The same forces that elected him
cov.irnor in 1918 voted Ohio dry. be
cause In his two pievinus terms these
same people, the thinking people, had
come to know that Governor Cox is
u, man to he trusted." the speaker said.
"lie has stood for progress through
out, lie championed the new consti
tution of 1911, Into which were writ,
ten 4i clean Hung laws. The same
forces which control Warren, Hardin;
today controlled him then and the;
opposed the r.e- constitution."
Will M. I'eleisoii, local attorney an i
prominent democrat, Inoduced Mr.
Haiirn. He etiiiimiratea the 43 na
tions n.iw holding membership in thc
league nnd UMed the companions o
the Unite I Stated not yet. members.
The meeting was classed by Mr. I'eter
scp as h disiufslon of Ihe League -if
S'ntions, rather the.n a political meet
lug. Air. Hearn will spend most of u-.is
week speaking (n the league In the
towns of L'n.ati 'a county.
HUSBAND IS GRANTED
DIVORCE ON FINDING
OF CIGARETTE ASHES
CHICAGO, Oct. 26. (U. P.)
Mark Flexncr won a divorce today
on the strength of a cigarette. He
found burned ones in his home
when he returned from a trip.
'They weren't the kind, t smok
' ed," he testified.
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WILL BE PUBLISHED
GO-TO-HELL" WHITTLESLEY TO
HERE ON NUMBER
onstrations which were expected to re
Former ..... . 1 . ...
Kin Constantine was reported, ac- ,ne .ora mayor ' aeatn-
cording lo Swiss dispatches of October 1TO' . P v , .
s Intending to take aJvantaEe of . ' "V
the situation created by his son's grave ilnl8n.ou"1 one . ""fnipted
i illness, by returning to Greece to mun.c.. otrice. .m tne lor.
claim the throne - I"' " J" .imoaui.j
About the same lime a regent- T was L"9 W5? b military -patrols yes-"
suggest,,' and 'Constantine gave his ,erday'. U aamJ"ta " c"; e1
ouinion of this . follow- ..S..-i away. Three S:n relners were killed
AT 6:30 TOMORROW MORNING
Arrangements were made maker later undertook the same work
this afternoon for meeting Col. for a" tne Xew" England states, she
Whittlesley and party tomor
row morning and for a brief
speech by the Arp-onne hero. It
is the plan to meet No. 19 on its
arrival and have a speech eith
er at the ' depot or on Main
Lieutenant Colonel Charles W. Whit-
Iltslcy, famous commander of the
heroic Lots llullalion who told the
lermans to 'Go-to-Hell" when they
a.sked him to surrender in the Aruon-
te is scheduled to pass through len-
lleton un train No. lM tomorrow morn
ing. With him on; the train ' ill he a
party Including Herbert I'arsons, for
mer republican con-jresaman from
New York' and former national com
mitteeman from that state, and Mrs.
.ohmnmaker, noted woman speaker.
No. 19 arrives at 6:3d and leaves for
ro'rtlnnd at 7:2i,
Kfforts have been made by Dr. 0. J
-mith, Mate cha rman to have the
lJro-Leasue speakers stop off in IVn
tleton, taking train No. 17 on to Port
land. However the invitat'on has not
yet been uccepted and so ut 2 o'clock
.his afternoon no speech from Whit
tlesley had been scheduled here.
Whittlesley, Carsons and others are
'ampaigninir for Governor Cox because
he is for the league of Nations and
Harding is opposed.
has written drama and novels and is a
contributor to current maf?a2ines. Mrs.
t-ch'ouumnktr is a in -publilcan.
The aiterrd K-liedule has left Cox
leaders in Portland in doubt as to
whether the famous speakers will
k,i:ake rear platform addresses in other
rercn rMles. They have wired to thi
train asking for platform addresses at
j,e, y c.ly poss.bie, although it is not
yet known Just what route the party
will t;tke into tre?on. Cox leaders are
In hopes of obtaining- rear platform
schedules at several cities to appease
the demand for the league speakers
that has come 10 Portland from promi
nent citizens of up-stnte cities since the
announcement that the league advo-(
cates would visit Oregon
unto the day is the evil thereof. I
will not think or a regency yet. My
plans are those of my people."
Premier Venizelos Sunday expressed
himself as confident that frince Pajil.
'"onstantine's third son. would not be
prevented from taking the throne by
Both Pri'nee Arthur of Connaueht
and Prince Charles of Belgium were
mentioned as poss ble candidates.
ATHENS, Oct. 26 (C. P.I Eleo-
:lon of Admiral Condnurlotis as regent
at Oreece is considered certain today.
Hie c hamber of deputies w ill select a
regent to rule'the country until Prince
Paul or another ruler is selecled.
FOR MiOn BOUT
Mother of Two
Asks League to
Ban Future War
Stay of execution for Jack Rathle executive clemency will be extended
and Elve D. Kerby. under sentence to p,rt
hang t Salem on Friday. December S.
was signed this afternoon by Circuit ........
Judge O. W. Phelps, together with Phelps are only the start of a long
Writ of probable cause. Attorney Procedure which may drag out the
Charles J, Bolln, who defended the cases of Kerby and Rathle for months.
, i- .L-i, ,-,,.1 . tha murder of Transcripts of the testimony taken In
Sheriff Til Taylor, arrived hero yester- must be submitted, briefs
day evening and this mornln filed an " answer briefs must be drawn up
.ffi.i.u r., it. has also filed n hundred and one legal technl-
notlce of appeal with th. supreme ali les complied with. It Is probable
court of the state. ,nat tne e, " hardly be ready for
The official acts of Judge Phelpa argument before the supreme court
were coincident here with efforts be- ooiore spnng.
Ing made at Salem by Rev, W. H. Cox Meanwhile It Is believed that the
local Baptist minister, to hv tha two men whose sentence was stayed,
death penally on iWmmett Bancroft, will continue to serve time in the state
alias Nell Hart, commuted by the gov- penitentiary. Money for their appeal
amor. Httrt's partners In crtma was raised In Pendleton by several
will not hansj at th appointed time, women, assisted by Rev. Mr. Cox, who
but from Indication from Salem, nosympathlxed wltn their cause.
PORTLAND, Oft. 26. ColnilM
Charles W. Wh'ttlesey ard h's com
rades on the Ietiirue of Nations spe-
JN FULL TOMORROW iclul' wiU ft,nk ut two big mcctinKs "
I Multnomah county Wednesday, ac
cording to present plans of Cox leaders
The full text of the League of
Nutlona covenant will be publlsh-
ed In a special section of the East
Oregon'.an tomorrow. This sec-
tlon will also contain stories giv-
Ins 1 111 no rl ant Information about
the records of Ooverrlor Cox and
Senator Harding, facts about the
league covenant as explained by
prominent men, particularly re-
publican notables like Theodore
Roosevelt, Tuft, HViover and the
views of Lodge expressed prior
to the time he began fighting
the league for partisan reasons.
The spec'al section Is Issued
under authority of C. P. Slartn,
county chairman of the ilcnio-
cratlo organisation and also pre-
sent facts In behalf of the coun-
tv candidates of that party. The
special section goes to semi-
weekly as well as to dally sub-
The big meeting of The Auditorium
will open nt 7:45 p. m. Wednesday,
with Colonel Whittlesey, famous coni-
mander of the lost battalion, . as first :
sneaker, followed by Herbert Parsons, '.
New York Republican leader?, and.
Mrs. Nane M. Schoomnaker, su f f ra o ,
advocate and author. Follow ing his
address at The Auditoiiluin Colonel j
Whittlesey will be rushed to (Jrcsham
to attend a meeting there.
There has been 11 switch in the per
sonnel of the speakers to visit Port
land. Mrs. Nancy M. S.-hoonmaker
comes to this city in place of Captain
Oeorge Olllin. Mrs. Schoonmaker cam
paigned In New York for suffrage tn
191", founded the cltntenship deimrt-
ment of the Woman Suffrage n-wocia-
i tlon for Connecticut, and is author of
'a test book on "The Actual liovcrn-
Iment of Connecticut,' Mrs. Schoon-(
NEW YOP.K, Oct. 25. The
following letter received today
from a "Onld Star"' mother by
tleorse White, chairman of the
I.iemneratie national committee,
tells its own impressive sTorv:
"Please accept the inclosed
small contribution to the fund
for the dissemination of truth
ahum the League of Nations. It
It literally a widow's mite, but
it conies from a mother who sent'
four prcatly needed sons to the
world war. Two of these sons,
with almist unlimited possibili
ties for us-of alnness, were killed,
i third was ill in hospitals in
J-Yanec. for five months, nnd a
fourth risked his precious young
life in the utr.
"When an honest and concert
ed e'Tori s li ins: made by the
nations if tho earth to save, it
pr.s-''Mc, further mothers and
sons from those sacrifices, it Is
hard to realize there a'-e those
who oppose such an effort. I
feel sure that amnnvr those who
paid for the war there can be
mit one opinion, and that is to
try the league of Nations, even
it is not perfect. It is the best
that hiw been proposed, and, all
objections being iweipbcnl, is
manifestly )he most feasible.
Please God if will not fail. Yours
"MltS. F.nWARn CRAW
Kliiabcih. N. J."
NEW YORK. Oct. 26. C. P.)
fack Dempsey and Georges Carpen-
tler, through their managers, will
ilgn articles tomorrow for a match
for the world's boxing championship
t was officially announced today by
their managers and three promoters
who will handle the exhibition.
t'matilla county today is
a... 1. 1
oTHlVn a,U'Ck ttnd
senator from Oregon. While Senator , ' ; .
ueorge t. cnamberlajn swung
In another outbreak of police reprisals.
At Handon. near Cork, a mill waa de
stroyed by fire. Bandon residents fled
and. hid in the hills all night.
Vonjrennce Kjpedltlon Taken.
LONDON, Oct. 26. (By Webb Mil
ler, U. P. Slarf Correspondent) A
Vengeance expedition," of eight Sinn
Feiners en route to England to at
tempt reprisals for the death of Mac- ;
Swim-y, was apprehented at Kings
town. Ireland, the Irish office an
nounced today. ,,,
During MacS'winey's hunger strike,
it was reported that Premier Lloyd
George would be marked for assassi
nation If the lord mayor died. Eight
men, described, us desperate charact
ers were selxeA by soldiers today as
they were ab&ut to board a boat for
the nearest English lundlng. It Is re
ported they were wearing Sinn Fein
uniforms under their outer clothing
and were carrying a number of dis
guises. - The men were dragged to the
shore and placed under military ar
rest. The party was bent on criminal
enterprises In reprisal for Mac Swln
ey's death, the Irislf office declared.
The eight nien are believed to b
from Cork but not connected with
Mac Swiney's Sinn Fein funeral body
guard. . All ports are under clone
watch with Instructlons'to soldiers on
duty to see that no other vengeance
parties boarded ships. : .
' Crowds Thrown in Panic. : 1
CORK. Oct. 24. (A. P.) Crowds
along the grand parade were thrown
iato panic last night when several
shots were fired from a military lor
ry and an armored car which wero
surrounded by a crowd. Oecunanta
through the west end of the county
during the day, Robert N. Stanfield.
his republican adversary, addressed
meetings in the east end. ir. Stau-J
field is sidestepping Pendleton, his
former home town, so faj as speaking
dates go. j
Senator Chamberlain will finish h's
day's tour of the county with an ad
dress tonight at 7:30 in the Oregon
ineater. "1 he meeting Is open to all
nnd it is expoi ted, that a full house
will greet the man who for 11 years
has represented Oregon in the l'nit
ed States senate.
Senaior Chamberlain started the
day wltn a talk at Stanfield and went
f:-om there to Hermiston and Echo
for nw tings. He was accompanied
on thes visits by prominent support
crs from Pendleton who went to tie
wcit cmI early today to join ihe sen
ator. They were to come with him
to I,ci:il'eton late this ailemoon.
tot and Freewttter were visited
today hy Mr. Stanfield, who was uc
loniponied by republican lcadeis.
Helix vtis a(so on his itinerary. To
night he. v.ill deliver an address ut
stanfield, the town naned for iiis
family Tomorrow the aspirant for
Senator .Chamberlain's seat will t ilk
at The I'Lilcs, Mosier and Hood River.
Congrcrsvian Nick Sinnott. of The
talles who was scheduled lo delive.'
son.e i-ainiiatgn sieeches here for 1
republican cause, last night wired
from Raker that he would he obliged
tj cancel further dates because of
n. l icuubie.
Three SU-n Shut Ix-ad.
DUBLIN. Oct. 24. Three men were
shot and killed today by masked men
alleged to be wearing khaki uniform
in the Thurles district.
Itkit Terf- IMfSst.
BELFAST, Oct. 2. (A, P.) Fur
ther roting occurred In this city last
Reported by Major Lee Moorhoua.
official weather observer.
Heavy frost lust night.