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" IT'S THE CLIMATE
WE'RE TELLING THE WORLD
COME AND ENJOY IT "
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Coim Ii for Red Pitchers
MILEH roiXDEXTEll 1UIT VMM-
IDE XT FOR THEORIES THAT
"KXioi lUOK llAIHOAUT
"WILSON FORCED INTO DAB"
AuhtU CUM fciMWlv Wsufd to
, KiKJttte Peace an J lefrt the
Alow of Hie Allies
New York. Hnut. 2. -President
Wllsou waa characterised u "tli
wi ! l vuhImmI iniinui'ii1' In an Mil
dres by United Stales Souator Miles contract
Queen' county republican dn Long ,nlf the mainstay of the Philadelphia
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inimou ;ny 10 ceieiTsie mo uin mi
Chicago. Sept. 29. The Chlcairo
While Box will havexa decided edge
on me Cincinnati Ileus In the world
aeries In the matter of experience.
for, while every regular on the Sox
with the exception of Dick Kerr haa
been through the fire of a chamnloa-
hlp aerie, only three tneiilbcr of
the filed Dniihert, Bailee and ttari
dan have faced the strain of bat
tling for the basrfbalt (tiamntonihfn
or the world.
urnarles A. "Ch of" Bender, whn
will probably act art coach to h
Reds' pitchers and adviser to Man.
ager uMoran In the worlda aeries
aurted playing In the hi u,.
wnen Connie Mack signed him to
1th the 'Athletics In 1fW
He was with Mack for ten years, be-
' nlveraary of the Juuuding1 of the re
"The senator from Washington, at
tar blmiilnu the u resident for delay
In ratifying the peace treaty, said he
was "the greatest pro-Ut-rnmn In the
country," and that hi theorlea and
suggestions regarding the "doinnc
ratluillon of Industry" had encour-
skikI radical labor loader to at
tompt to bring, about "a dlrtatunthlp
of the proletariat," which meaua the
final "overthrow of our republican
form of government." ,
Referring to the prcaldunt'a Impu-
tat Ion that certain opponents of the
peace treaty and covenant were pro-
lierman and bolshevist. Mr. Poln
dexter entered a vlKoroua disclaimer
declaring at the aame time that the
president "was forced Into the war
agulnst the German by an Irrcsls-
tlble public opinion In opposition to
his will, and tried. n Into as 191 N,
to precipitate a negotiated peace and
thui defeat tbn alma of the allle
The reda of the world reward him
Ui their louder," axiterled Senator
I'olndexter. "Hi abime of toer In
coming to the renctie of thed ynaml
.tcr Mooney In California, the mur
durer iHllHtrom in I'tah, the anar
cliiNt 'ltobcrt Minor In France, and In
attempting to set anlile the proceHHPR
of civil and military Juntice In the
punlMliment or the rrlmlnala, hu
JiiHtlrlod the anarrhlata and revolu-
tloniata In looking upon him as their
Bender, In his day. was eonMi.r.ii
one or the greateat world ri
Pitchers. 111a work and that nf pvi.
die Plank stopped the nut r..h
machine In the series of lstn tt
Nntlonal league rnpresentatlvea win
ning only one irame. Bender also
took a prominent part In the 1911
aeries agalnat New York, the Ameri
can league club aauin winning ik
When Mack broke un the Athl.d.
team after the cruahlng defeat hy
the Boston Braves In 1814. he re.
lensed Bender. The Indlnn caught
on with the National league team In
tne Quaker City, hut tm
tlonnlly released on March 7. 117.
He was declared Ineligible to play
Tlie world nerlea atorta Wedn
day at Cincinnati. '
MAHA MAYOR STEEL STRIKE
HUNG 8V WILD SITUATION IS
5- ' -
hI m Hi;or;RKi i?r n-rriwi
him ixnvx IH-a-'OltK i:kmikh
' KIMBH THKIIl WOltK
FEDERAL TROOPS PATROL CITY
Two .Men Killed and (Ml Inlnrl-
4'wurthoiiHO Ht Afire and Par.
Uully Destroyed ' ' .
Omaha', ... eb., Sept. 29. Mayor
Kd 'P. Smith is nil! I In a critical con
dition, due to wounds to his head
aud neck when he waa hanged ty a
crowd attempting to lynch him dur
ing the race rioting yesterday. He
was cut down hy the police and has
recovered consciousness. !
There la to be an Immediate Inves
tigation of the rioting. with the view
of prosecuting those responsible, hr
the county attorney. .
Federal troops are patrolling the
city, which Is now quiet, but more
disorder are feared. General Leon
ard Wood of the Central department.
Is exuected here trwlnv
The Injured from the rioting Is es
timated at 43 an 0. Two k
killed, one of them, William Hrown.
negro, being taken from the coun
ty Jail and lynched, and the other
was a white man believed to be Clar
The courthouse waa set afire bv
the crowd and partially destroyed.
i I . . .. -7- - W
Omaha. Sept. 29 William Brown,
negro, was dragged from the county
jbii at ii otiock'last night and
hanged to an electric light pole, fol
lowing a struggle of nine hours to
secure possession of bis hody by an
Sheriff Michael U Clark ind His
BOTH 8IIHS (TAIM ITPFIt TTAXn
IX KAST, WHII.K WrT 18.
KRAUY TO STRIKE
FRISCO LABOR WANTS TO QUIT
Pugi Hound Workers lb-ad v to
Walk Out TneNdajr Night; Bethle
hem Plant Ir Crippled
New York Sept. 29. Today, pro
claimed as the crucial test In the
steel strike, opened with conflicting
claim and the situation Is obscure
Corporation officiate claim that
the strike call for 40,000 workers In
the' Bethlehem Steel corporation
plants waa obeyed only by an luslg-
nincant number, .The union chiefs
declared that the huge plant at Beth
lehem is completely crippled and
that the power house was forced tn
San Francisco. Sent. . 29 J.m.
(VConnell, chairman of the metal
trade department of the' American
Federation of Labor, asked the P..
ciric coast contract hop workers to
suspend all activity looking toward
a strike tintll after the conference
or the shipping hoard, metal trades
and naval representatives at Wash
ington tomorrow. (Local executive
indicated that the conference could
noj halt the strike.
(Continued on Page 3)
Tacoma, Wash.. Sent. 29.Th
I shipyard workers of Tacoma. Bel.
llngham, Aberdeen and Portland are
ready to atrlke at midnight Tuesday
following a resolution to that effect
and adopted by representatives here
yesterday. Seattle and California
delegates were not present
TIMBER WORKERS DEL
Portland. Ore., Sept. 29. Word
was received from Camp Lewis to
the effect that It would ibe .Monday j
evening or Tuesday before the Ore-j
gon men of the First division will be
discharged and return home. It was
slated that another troop train had
arrived ahead of the First division
and these men would bo discharged
before the later arrivals. The force
at Camp Owls which has been hand
ling discharges. It is eald. has been
greatly curtailed and Instead of be
ing able to puss on from 2.000 to
3,000 men every day now can take
cure of only 150 to 200.
Pictures by Wire n
V big union Including the timber IU MO" KKPlllLIC HAS
workers of Del Norte and tf him bold t
fountles, California; and Curry coun
ly, Oregon, la under process of or
Ionization and will take Its place as
a -factor In the local 'lumber Industry
according to statements 1 gleaned
from local tlmberworkor and visit
ing organizers from the outside,"
nays the Del Norte" Triplicate.
"The names of the organizers and
loader of the movement could not
bo learned at the lato hour of going
to press, though evidences of the sin
cerity of the movemont were exhib
ited1 by looal llinlber workers who
have already possessed themselves
with application blanks for member
ship nnd quiet caucus Is being
'.made for suitable officers for the
ItKKV KOHMKI r AIjHACK
Coblons. Sept. 29. It Is mmnr.
led here that an Independent rnmih.
Ho haa been set up in Alsace.
Parls.'Sept. 29 Nothing Ih known
in .Pari of the Alsace rumor.
REDD! HAS CONTRACT
ROAD WORKAT ORRICKj
ONTO ALL HER COAL
lomlon, Sept. 2ft. The . govern
ment hits notified all the allied gov
ernments which are largely depend
ent upon lOreat iBrltalh for conl, that
It will Ibe Impossible because of the
strike of the railway mon, to permit
ny coal exportation. .
Truck after truck load of road ma
chlnoy, cement, oorregated culvert
and other supplies are being hauled
every day through town to the high
way camps of Palmer and McBride.
who have the contract for the high
way 'between here and Last Chance
These effeclent contractors are los
ing no time on their work, and no
doubt will complete It within th
Our old friend Dr. Reddy, who
haa the contract down near DitIpW
Is tushlng his end of the highway
witn a iblg ftang of men. tam
machinery. His cami) is noted fn-
the comforts It affords the working
man, besides the attractive n.
paid. el Norte Triplicate.
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St N - f X
JOY OUT OF LIFE
Crsrks Utile Plan of Followers '
Baorbus to Build iwtlng llemrt
la Lower California
San TXego, Cl., Sept. 2S, Seek
ers for entertainment of 4' more un
restrained character than Is offered
In the United States will be greatly
hampered in their efforts to i ron th
California border Into Mexico If the
recommendations of the Bn Diego
county rand Jury are heeded. .
'Resolutions passed by the erand
jury protest against the establish
ment In Tijuana, Lower California,
of various resorts and ask federal
aid In proper border regulations to
"prevent American crossing the 'bor
der to patronize any resorts not per
mitted to operate on this side of the
International boundary Une."
The grand Jury takes official no
tice of the announcements In the
public press and otherwise of the
"purpose to establish at Tijuana,
across the international bound arv
line in Lower California, a horse
racing, gambling, drinking and
AGAIN BACK AT
asm 10,000 milk Tout iv nr.
TRUEST OF LEAGUE COVE
OSTPOHE KING'S BECEPT10H
Royalty Will VWt Bean City First
and Later Come to Pacific
. . Coa
ALABAMA AFTER THOSE
WHO IMPEDE IXWSTRY
Montgomery, Ala.. Sept. 29. A
state anti-strike law was enacted
the legislature today when the house
passed the senate bill providing for
a line, or not more than $1000 and
prison sentence for person found
guilty of entering into combination
or agreements to Impede lndutrr In
the state. The bill now gees to the
governor for signature.
San Francisco, Sept. 29. Tele
grams commending his stand on the
peace treaty and the league of na
tion covenant and urging him to
keep up a vigoroua camualen for his
demands concerning reservations.
were sent to United States Senator
Hiram W. Johnson here by reore-
sentatlves of Ibanklng, labor and mer
cantile Interests and the 1 nrtlHnrv
here today. Coincldentallv a procla
mation waa Issued bv Mavtr .Tm
Rolph asking the citizens of San
Franxl.nn A .l o . . .
V ';' '' I civumo oeuaior jonn-
wti- y- I 0I and to "accord him the same at-
Loulso Cromwell Brooks. dauehtr nt i t o. k . tentive nea"ng that you gaVe to the
lar in society, who has sons tn Frn I, !.. , . P'oe'dent. .. . , .
Cavtain Walter B. 'Brooks Jr. "D fterence of Z IZ" V. T I T Th", " 1n contrast to th ctlon
according to members of the t ZZZ JuZZ ZS i.Uo ?m by ' f6W Promlnent
not be disturbed by the lr. ' Amicable relation, will Callfornlans who asked Johnson to
cease bis attack on the league.
Lawrence DInneen, newspaperman
of' Portland, recently discharged
from the military service.
guest at the Oxrord over Sunday.
While in the city Mr. DInneen took
Manager Edgar B. iPiper Jr.. and O
C. loiter, of the Portland and state
committee for the Roosevelt memor
ial campaign committee, to nrend
Josephine county to go over the top
In subscribing Its quota to the mem
orial fund. Mr. DInneen Is a mem
ber of the Portland Press Club com
mittee which is working with the A.
sociated Industries of Oregon in an
enort first, to let Oregon people
know the manufacturers of their
own state and to. patronize such in
dustries,' and second, to urge Oregon
ians to publish far and wide the
known worth of "Oregon products.
Washington. Sept 29. President
Wilson spent s restless night, but is
sleeping this morning. He win re
main in seclusion at' the Whits
Hons for the present
The Industrial conference will bs
held on October 6, but the president
may not attend. Neither will he re
ceive King Albert and Queen Eliza
beth of Belgium at the Whits House
until after their tour of the Units J
States. The king and queen will
visit 'Boston first.
Washington, Sept. 29. President
Wilson returned to Washington yes
terday, to all outward, appearances
on the road to recovery from tha
nervous exhaustion which Interrupt
ed his speaking tour for the pea'ce
Leaving' his bed virtually for the
first time since" his special train
started homeward Friday from Wich
ita, Kan., the president walked un
supported and smiling through tha
rati way station to a waiting autonro-
btle, and later In the day took
two-hour motor ride through Hock
14 STATES REPORT 800 CASES
OF MILD FIX TO V. 8. HEADS
FORECAST FOR PERIOD OF
SEPTEMBER 29 TO OCT.
Washington. Sent. 57 ipMfi
Coast States: Generally fair: nearlv
WILL HONOR JOHNSON
WANT HIM TO FIGHT ON
Washington, Sept. 29. More than
300 cases of influenza were report
ed to the public health service this
week by 14 states, but the disease
has not reached the proportions of
an epidemic in any state. It waa
announced today that the cases re
ported generally were of a mild type.
, FTiAYE AT COETR d'AI.KXE
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Sept. 29.
Tfie (Martin bombing plane, on Its
trip around the rim of the United
States, arrived heae from Spokane
YREKA RAILWAY CANT -
BUCK JITNEY SERVICE
Yreka, Cal., Sept. 29. 4Abandon-
ment of the Treka to Montague rail
way will result If automobiles are
licensed tor regular runs between
the two 'places, according to testi
mony given iby General Manager F.
A.. iRelser at a hearing before the
state railroad commission here this
week. From $15,000 in 1912. iaa-
senger receipts dropped to S7.391.79
In 1919, according to the testimony.
and the road has been run at a loss
the post few years. The jitney men
were presented by counsel at tne
heating and submitted evidence
supporting their claim to operate. A
decision is expected In about three
NEGRO ESCAPES FROM
STATE FLAX YARDS
Salem, Ore., iSept. 29. George
Smith, a negro convict serving from
one to. even years for larceny In
Umatilla county, ha escajped from
the flax fields near the penftentlary.
He has been at the Walla'Walla, and
Deer Lodge, Montana, prisons, 1