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Concrete Steamer Cape Fear
Sinks in Three Minutes After
Collision With Vessel City of
Atlanta in- Queer Accident.
, IN CLEAR, BRIGHT NIGHT
Majority of Crew Dives Over
'board, 15 Saved Sliding
Down Ropes or Being Res
cued From Sea After Crash,
jP dl supporter of .Governor
& allll tho f Anffiia V. . t ( . .
all attention to the fuct that If
Eastern Oregon wants more Irri
gation, more federal aid In road
work and other Internal Im-
provementa the surest road to
the goal .la to help place the
United Btatesln the Leaguo ot
Nations ao that armament cx-
penses ran be reduced.
It la pointed out that even In
pre war days over 60 per cent uf
all federal money went for some
sort of war expenses and that
now. over 80 per cent must lie
used for auch purposes. Cover-
nor Cox estimates that If we Join
the league We can save 1 465,000,-
000 on naval expenses, alone next
During the laat two yeara the
PROVIDENC, R. 1 Oct. 30. (A.
r.) Th8 death of 17 men was re
ported here thla afternoon by survl
vora of the Steamer Capo Fear eunk
In a colllnlon laat night. Seventeen of
the crew of 14 were aaved.
NEWPORT, Oct. 30. (U. P.)
Nineteen membera of tho concrete
ateamer Cape Pear, aunk In a collln
lon with the olty-of Atlanta In Narrup
(iarnolt hay laat night arc at ill miming
today. It la believed tnoat of them
NEWPORT, Oct 30. (A. P.)
Membera ot the coast guard here re
ported today that no truce has been
found of any of the missing member
of the crew of 34 on the concrete
ateamer Cape Fear when ihat vessel
waa aunk in Narranganaott bay lost
night In colllnlon with the ateamer
' City ot Atlanta.
The Caps Fcrtl-aank In three mln
u'ea .about half way between Caatlo
. Hill on the Newport shore and Roae
Island, going down bow first in 125
The Capa Fear waa outward bound
from Provli'ence for Norfolk in ballast
and carried only ber crew, as ditl tic
City of Atlanta, which waa bound
from Savannah for Providence. Just
how the accident happened ha not
been .definitely determined, especially
aa the weather' waa clear and a light j
- Of the I men aareM from the Cap
Fear, live alid down llnaa to the City
. of Atlanta and the other we.-e picked
up from the water. . '
republican congress tabooed Irrl
gutlon development and the aul-
4 dier boniia on the ground of no
money. Therefore, Cox aupport
4 era claim with much Juxtiflca
4 tlon, that we join the league and
thereby liberate aome money for
conatructlon work wo can get
money for thcfcKay renervolr,
the John Day project and other
Improvements. Tho money that
goea' Into a alngle liattleahlp
would bluld the John Day pro-
Ject, thus Irrigating aeveral hun
' dred thousand acres of land.
' On the bonua crueatlon tho
present congrean, controlled by
LiodKe-lfardlng fuction, not only
rejected all boniia plana but la
charged with having even failed
to provide adequate money to
take care of the men actually
disabled In the service.
43 COUNTRIES NOW IN LEAGUE
OF NATIONS; COX FAVORS IT;
HARDING IS FOR REJECTION
Ecuador is considering the treaty of peace in the current
congress. Nicaragua has ratified, but the formalities of depos
iting the ratification are not yet complete. Hondu 8 has com
pleted the parliamentary stage of ratification, The United
States is eligible to original membership. '
Nations not yet in the league include Russia, Turkey, Ger
many, Mexico and the United States.
Argentine Republic Greece
British Empire Italy
Colombia New Zealand
Cuba Norway '
FOR ALLIES' FAVOR
PARTY THAT GAVE AID
CINCINNATI, Oct. 30. (Ily Ray
mond Clapper, l'. P. Waff t'orrca
pondent) Senator Harding will go
thla afternoon to Columbus where he
will wind up his presidential cam
paign with a apeech tonight. There
la a feeling of uncertainty aa to what
the laat hours'a campaign may biing
forth. Harding and his advisers arc
prepared for any Uu4 minute strokes
from the opposition rump, and al
though they are cloaely watching the
movea of their democratic opponents,
feal confident ot meeting Instantly
any development which may Occur.
To the last Harding liitenrin to keep
hammering away at the Wilson' ad
ministration and tho league of Na
tlona. Harding today cume out for
two pollcioa In liis speech here. Ono
waa an emphatic determination ill be
half of tho'soldlcra' bonus bill which
passed the house and la now xlumhcr
Ing I IV the 'senate finance committee
The other la for the extension of kov
ernment credit to all growers of cropa
Including grain and cotton, so that
farmers may not have to 1Ihpo.sc of
tholr produce at a loss during periods
of financial stringency.
Because Obstructionist Senate
Refused to Act When Re
quested All But 45,000 of
041,000 Disabled Suffer.
BAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 30. ('apt.
Ot.orKc H. Oillcn, chairman ef the Na
tional Disabled Soldiers' Louguc. who
waa himnelf wounded- In France and
who waa pie-convention manager for
yeom.rd Wood for presldont, a life
long leppbllcan. la in thla city telling
the people of the west why JO'i ooo ill:-
abled soldiers have endorsed the can
didacy of Governor Cox.
There have 1cen two pieces of ma
Jor legislation passed In behalf of the
soldiers. This year the war risk In
surance bill ano: tne renuniinuiion oiii.
And thoBu two pieces of legislation
were passed by a democratic adminis
tration." aald Capt. Ulllln.
In 1918 when the peoplo saw fit to
chniiKe ttan face of the United slates
hetrue and of the united btalea con
gress from democratic to republican.
what was tho fir act of this new
Mjnale and this new congress?
"A republican congress and a re
publican wi-tttc flllhus'.'ied wit of the
aonate an uppioprlatlon of eighteen
million rt'illi.rs asked for by Proiidi'nt
Wilson fo:- I ho rehabiltation of the dis
I wouiulcd riglitera Rebuffed.
i:i.(uri Warren, chairman of the
impropriations conimitiee, millionaire
rancher and republican senaloi from
iWyomlng. j hen approached by body
of dhp bl 'fl Foldlcrs, asking him lo ip
prove of up increase of twenty dol
lars according to the Darrow bill,
told them to 'Oo to hell.'
"Further, a congressional Investigat
ing: cJmmilteo under Chairman Foss
republican of Ohio found seventeen
rpttolCo cm ommendations for the re
WASHINGTON. Oct. 3. (A. I.'.)
Formal negotiations looking to the
lecogintion of liie new government of
Mexico fcre expected to be mauKuralcd
immediately after election.
. WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. (U. P.)
Recognition by the principal allied
powers will soon be won by tha new
Mexican Kovernmcnt aa a result of a
virtual promise of recognition by tho
Lnite'd States Representatives of the
new regime here declared today. It
ia understood the great powers have
been awa ting the definition ot the al
iltuda of I he Cniled States.
Olirerverj iiane arc skeptical of tin;
confidence of Mexico In winning early
recognition by other trtnt powers,
point'"- "-it . fcritan never recog
" ' ltaiiltn-Conditional.
WAi-'HINMTON, Oct. 110. ( I. P.I--Only
cond tlonal recognition may be
extended Mexico; it is Indicated at tne
state department. One of llie "plana,
under consideration by the Jeptrt
ment Is the granting of a ich recogni
tion by exchange, of protocols. Sucli
protocol. It la expected, would carry a
kuaiatueo t.'oni .lejlco to Americani
that tbelr Interesls will be protected.
Continued tecoKnltion would deienU
on whether Mexico lived up to Uu-ta.-
KITTY CANUTT, OF
BUCKAR00 FAME, HAS
NOVEL JEWEL IDEA
From ' each of
of Kitty fanutt,
FAIR, COLD TUESDAY
lief ot the disabled soldiers, 1)iit to
i nitio one of those "ecom-
Kays Ho Has Nn Anolngles.
M1DDLETOWN, Ohio, Oct. 30.
(U. P.) Senator Harding, speak ng
hero, where Cox waa born, declared inciuiutiona have been acted upon
today that he has nulhlng for which
to apologize and has sought . to ap
peal to the Intelligence of tho elector
ate. He spoke briefly from the rear
of his train while enroute to Coluiii
bua. ." "
8ALBM, Oct. DO, JA. ' P.l The
atate highway department announced
that by next Thursday all pavement
will ba completed on tho lower Colum
bia river highway. ' The entire rouie
from Portland to Astoria will be open
ed over the paved highway. , The last
. (vap, 7100 foct at Wauna, will be fin
ished then. V ...
Harding Refuses Aid.
TACOMA WOMAN FOUND
IN SANITARIUM; $4000
IN JEWELS ARE INTACT
''When Senator Harding was ap
prouuhed by a delegation of disabled
soldiers, asking him that In view ol
the fnlluro of a republican platform to
incorporate a pledge to aid disabled
eolriiers , to make that pledge n his
spc.'rh -'w-tnnce and to this ie
quest Senator Warren G. Harding said
"Tr.creaie 64 1.900 disabled soldiers
in the linilert States .and because
republican senate refused to take ac
tion when reuuested but 45.000 out of
thla v at number of men aro receiving
the benefit o( vocational training and
tHoy and their famllu's are now sub
Ject to tho utmost suffering, caused by
tholr treatment at the hands of a re
publican iierty, headed by a man who
refused to vole In behalf of the dis
abled soldiers as a senator and win
now aa candidate for the Rreat office
of presidency .refuses to pledge hlirj
Kelt to disabled men. Therefore I ui
a republican and the son of a repub
Mean senator repudiate that party and
l heir candidate and their principles,
TirraiA. Oct. 30. (A, lO Mrs.
Charlea Bloom'fleld. who disappeared
September 14 wearing jewela worth
i iioo waa returned here today after
having lost her Identity. Her husband
l.rouaht her hack from Portland,
whiSrn h had been In a sanitarium.
Vnlll thla week aha had been unable
to remember her name.
Hurtling to Make 170th Sih-c. Ii.
CINCINNATI, Oct. SO. (A. P.)
On the last lap of bis campaign. Sen
ator Harding conferred with Ohio re
publican leaders today. Hia last
speech before election will bo made
tonight In Columbus. The apeech to-
The Jewels night will be the one hundred and
seventieth of big campaign,
WASHINGTON'. Oct. 50. (U. P.I
Klcction day-weather will be unsettled
over much of the eaitern half of the
country, according to the weekly
weather forecast of the United States
weather bureau. There is a possibility
of snow In the resion of the great lake
and In tho upper Miss sslppl and Mis
souri valleys Over the western half
,t the country tho weather Tuesday
iromtpcs to be fair mid cold.
the front teeth
pion woman riuei at the Pendle
ton lioiind-l'p, gleams a diamond,
p. id mountcfi and sparkling. Kit
ty's central Incisors are goliT, and
after this year's Round-l'p she
had tliein gem Ktudilcd, but as she
swallowed one of t:ie stones it Was
necessary to replace It a few daya
The work was done by Dr. David
Cro ip, local dontiht. This Is hia ,
first experience in jeweling teeth
but he says he found it Interesting.
It is probable, he thinks, that Kit
ty's novel adornment may atart a
furl. In th s event, he givea to
other ladies ' the admonition,
"tiring your own diamonds.''
Kitty Is young and attractive.'
She is the wife of Yakima Canutt,
Ih's year's Round-Up champion
and winner of the title twice be
fore mo. ' --,
PLURALITY OF 16,000 VOTES FOR
' COX AND CHAMBERLAIN 25,000
IS FORECAST IN OREGON BAUDOT
Estimate Based on 1916 Re
turns asd Belief That One
Out of Every 1 0 Republicans
Will Stand by League.
GOOD AND EVIL SPIRITS
START MAD CHASE WITH'
ADVENT OF HALLOWE'EN
IIT WARD A. IRVINE.
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 30. Dr. C.
Smith. Cox chairman In Oregon.
proileta a victory for the progressive
Ohio governor and the League of Na
tions in this state by a plurality of
6,1010 votes. He places the Chamber-
aln plurall'y at 2S,04'o votes.
Dr. Smith bases hia estimate on the
IHI6 vote plue the League of Nations.
Four years aso, Huehea received
126,001) votes against 120,000 for Wll
lon. Dr. Smiih estimates that Cox
will receive practically the entire Wu-
ton vote. The few Wilson supporters
hat fail to vole for Cox will be more
ban equalled by republicans who
have bolted Harding, Dr. Smith says.
iccause of his react. onary record and
because of his attempt to carry water
n both shoulders.
Th ) League of Nations issue will
easily change one of every ten rcpub-
ican voters, especially women, Smith
believes, and will thereby show a Cox
plurality of approximately 16,000
(Continued on page 5.)
LIES IN STATE TODAY
CORK, Oct. 30. (L P.) Terenc
MacSwiney's body lay lr atate today In
he city hall where he presided as Lore
Ijtyor of Cork. After a day In which
he casket was the cause of fist fights
after It had been rejected by Irish
ificials at Queenstown and Cork, the
remains rested In a place of honor
Phey were claimed by relatives last
ight only after military forces threat-
sned burial In the Cork barracks.
Cork la quiet. Additional soldier
were brought to quell possible out
breaks but apparently extra forces an
1 not necesimry. Authorltiea made strict
regulations governing the funeral
which will be held tomorrow. Onls
Sinn Fein flags will be permitted to b
draped over the casket. The funeral
procession will be limited to a quarter
of a mile, and no military display will
IMIIaging in Ttiurllcs -THCRLES.
Ireland. Oct. 30. (A
P.) Great damage waa done last
evening in Templemorre, eight mile
north of here. Numerous shops were
wrecked and burning disturbances oc
WICHITA.. Koa.. Oct. 30. (C. P.)
Picketing has niaile ifs appearance ii'
the fanners' ef Torts lo keep whei
from the market until it reaches iJ
according to word reaching the nation
al headquarters of the wheat growers
association here today. When farm
ers (!: ovc tcward a mill at- Harper,
they were met by plcket:f!g neighbors
wJio attempted to diKiuade inein by ar
Kunients from marketing1 their wheat
alibis lime. They are usually succea
ful, tho reports said.
Owing to so many requests
for me covenant of the League
of -Nations the. covenant in full
is published in this paper today,
t will be tound on 'paee 7.
HALIFAX, Oct: 30. (U. P.) Am
vica'a hardy fishermen from Glouces
el- triumphed over their Canadian ri
vals When the schooner Esperanto
'lying the Stars and Stripes, today de
feated Canadian schooner Delawanrw
in the first race for the Internationa
cup. The American entry led the Ca
nadians- almost from the start. Grea'
crowds witnessed the finish of th
race, which brought Canadian anc
American fishermen, always keen ri
vals In occasional informal brust
when their craft met at sea, into actua
competition in tho trophy race over i
40 mle ent.t-KfV
IT'LL BE A WILD, WILD NIGHT .
The advent of nil the saints,
whose day falls on November 1.
was heralded last night by a
widespread rout of the evil splr-
. its. Two nights before, the
scheduled arrival of the good
spirits, those of evil took flight,
sweeping In their path all before
Evil spirits ran low and etop-
ped for nothing. In their mad
scramble to get awaylhey took
gates from fence posts as sl-
lenily as the zephyrs of spring.
Now and then a faint tapping
could be heard as of some-
pent up spirit making valiant ef-
fort to break through and ea
4 cape. No witches were aeen last
Tonight the rout of evil apir-
Its is expected to 'bo resumed
with greater Intensity than last
n it-lit. p la even said that the
good spirits are going to start
a raid In the opposite directon,
makihg it possible for the evil
spirits to replace the gatea and
other articlea which they knock-
ed down In their mad flight last
night. Some of the goblins are
tn .danger of .arreat by humans,.
unless their depredations -are
made good, the good spirits ol
the city law enforcing depart-
me;it lave warned.
COX STATES HE
Via CONfER TO
Governor in One of Final,
Speeches of Whirlwind Cam
paign, Declares He Will Heed
Advice as to Course: V : '
WILL CONSULTON IRISH
AND JEWISH, QUESTIONS
Men of Both Parties Who Are
Versed in Conditions Will be
Asked to Render Helpful As
sistance if Cox is Named."
Policies for City, County and
State Offices Are Outlined
by Five and Measures , on
Nov. 2 Ballot are Discussed.
CHICAGO. Oct, J0. (Br Herbert
Walker, U. P. Staff Correspondent.) ,
Governor Cox. here today to make
one of the final speeches in his whirl
wind stump campaign, stated he
would consult with Senator Walah ot
Massachusetts, Bourke Cochran. Gov
ernor Smith of New Tork and other
regarding the cause of Ireland. MIS
statement was In response to Inquiries
from organizations In New York as to
what stem he would take to obtain ac
tion on the League of Natlona and the
Irish and Jewish questions, it e'.efcted.'
"If I am elected I shall recognise
the mandate for entrance Into the
League of Nations. I shall work out
a solution in conference with the sen ,
ate. with the acceptance of such help
ful reservations as are necessary to set -cure
that end. I shall consult with '
Wilson, Taft, Root and any others who '
by virtue of their experience can ren-;,
der helpful service. Furthermore. In
cons'dcration of specific matters tike
the cause of Ireland, I shall consult
win men who know the traditions a.;d
desires of the Irish people, auch as
Pourke Cochran, Governor Smith arid
Senator David Walsh. In conectlon
with Ibe Jewish question, I shall eon-'.
suit with the leaders ot Jewish thought
In Atnerlca. ' ' .
Today was the first time Governor "
Cox has spoken In Chicago; although.
he has been through here three tlmns.
IPs meeting tonight -at the Coliseum, '
where Harding was nominated,' la ex
pected to be 'one of the biggest of the
campaign. To obtain a day of. Test.
he will leave here at midnight for hia
home" in Dayton. The .final mwting
of his campaign will be held at To-5
ledo Monday night. .
Wthon ConvhidaHg Activity.
CHICAGO, Oct. J0- (A. P.) Oov.
ernor Cox, addressing an audience oft
women .expressed belief that Pread-
Members of the Women's Christian
Temperance I'nion lust evening heard
wo candidates ."or city office, one for
.late representative and proxies of aev.
Val other candidates at a meeting held
n the assembly room of the county li
brary. All candidates who desired to
speak "were invited to appear before
he body and-make-statements as to
George A."'Hartman was the lone
mayoralty candidate -present and heident Wilson would be "perfectly wtaV.'
-eiterated his former stand of a clean jing lo conclude participation , In'all;
9nd businesslike administration. If .public affaira," If the president felt as-;
elected. He declared he had made no sured America. would Join the League
romises to officers or candidates for; of Nations.
iffice and wanted to be elected with
ut strings or not at all. He said there
"as no issue lietween himself and A.
W. Rugg, his opponent. Mr. Rugg waa
inable to attend because of his being
equired at an Important annual con-
erenc. he sent word.
- , Council candidate Speaks
C. L. Bonney, candidate for the
council from the north side, ward
two, was the only council aspirant
present, lie went on record as favor
ing changes in the police department
ot the city. Manuel Frledly, demo
cratic candidate for the legislature,
outlined his qualifications and asked
"If elected I propose placing wom
en in many Important administration "
positions,'' said Governor Cox. -
OLD MEN AND BOYS
RALLYING TO COLORS
LONDON, Oct SO. (L. P.) Li
thuania is rallying to the colors to re
pel a Polish Invasion the Lithuanian
legation here was informed today.
soppon on me airefiln 01 u.s kuum.i " Wllh ViImu the anclellt capital, ln tha
record. llu,nrl nf nliiti inraflAm anA k'ntnn
Glen Bushee. deputy sheriff, 'was threatened, old men and students
present in behalf of Sheriff W. R. Tay- uiike are reported to be Joining the
lor, candidate for election to that of-army. Several attacks on the Kovno-
fice. . ,.MrN Bushee enumerated, pro- Vtlaiu line have been Jri'Bclid.Uia le-
secutions for liquor violations durtngjgution said. .
Sheriff Taylor's short term in office j It was admitted that large German
and declared that charges of third (detachments arrived at Kovno, anil
degree, made against prisoners tn thelous to aid the Lithuanian forces but
jail break, were not made against this baa been declined, according to
Sheriff Taylor nor any of his deputies, the legation.
' ' Measures Are. Discussed t ' -
, ,, . . , ....... Cities Hastily Evacuated.
' IT S A,YN jWbe lk,T T RIGA. Oct 30.-(A. P.)-The II.
m behalf of tae candidacy of her hus- 'thuanian government is hasUly evacu
band for district attorney. M;e read Kovno other u
his statement regarding his policy to-!tnern ,,lthuanlll a naxllt o 0,n.
guHwuniaaiiiuiailii pr.il Zelleouski's insurant
Discussion of the measures on the
county and city ballot to be voted upon
was led by H. K. Inlow, city school
superintendent. Impartial stands wer
taken on all save the interest and sim
ile tax bills. -
breaking through the
front north of Kovno.
WASHINGTON. Oct. SO. (A. P.)
President and Mrs- Wilson voted to
day in the presidential election. They
marked their ballots at the White
House and mailed them to Princeton.
N. J. Nine other ballots were also
forwardeVt to New Jersey from the
White House. This Is the first time
Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Tumulty have
BREAKS IN ON WIRE
AND CUPID GETS BUSY
KORK.W I SK VOLT VYHIKPKKtiD
TOKIO, Oct. 30 (U. T.) Reports
that Korean revolutionists are plan
ning a nationwide outbreak on the oc
csslon of the Mikado's birthday to
morrow, reached officials here today.
Reported by Majcr Lee Moor house,
official weather observer: '
NEW YORK. Oct. 30. (f. P.
When Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald, trie
inaph operator, broke In on a wire
which Harry Hannlugan was tending ,
sne aroused ms love, l ney wooed via
wire. Now they are wedded.
mm i MOT I
SjJ 1 1 I Tonight anal
I 3l I tundey fair. I