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2 1HE OGDF.N STANDARD-LX.WilNF.R, S.Vl L KD ,Vi JL'
I SOLEMN SERVICE '
I FOR GEN, GORGAS
Physicians and Notables From
Many Nations Present at
St. Paul's, London
H LONDON, .1 il- 10 Homago not-
able in the history of th( snclem
''fhedrni tvf palil to the memory of
Major Gt nn.il William i.V-ivus in
H Paul's ot noon yesterdcy, when the
fnnei.il services for tho foi mer sur
a, on genera of the American army
1 uere held
! Wuh the American and British
flnps atop Alexandra hospital floating
a: naif mast anil a battery of ilisiam
guns booming the thirtoen-gun mint-'
of p. major general, the long c ot lege
beg&n it -low march from me hospi
tal 10 the cathedral at 11 o'clock. Tho
military escort was composed of thfl
second gronadleis and It staff,
i, ounted on black horses, th- squad
ions of the llfn nuardN, a battalion of
i lie Coldstream guards; nnd a battalion
i,' the lrih guaras The fins-draped
offln was borne on n gun carries
wjth a wreath of lilies the only floml
I Immediately at the head of the
caisson ws a solltury foot soldier,
no ted t.m tiaerieee oha.'ger of G . j
eial Gorgast. The crowds which lined
trie two-miic toute of the funeral pro-1
cession to tho cathedral stoorf wwh;
b.-ned heads as the column filed paat
At the caihecirni stepa th casket
as met by a dtstingiushcd pnrty uf
i all-hearers, including: tho mlllU
.iru! naal attaches oi the Ante: lean
eiabaeey; me president of the Koxiil1
College of Surgeons: Viscount Astor
Major General Sir Richard II Charles,
. rgeant -urgeoc, to t tie king Briga
dier General John li 1'inno' . l.icuten-l
nt colonel s . JaiitOfl 6'owler or the
oloniai office; Di Charles .Mayo of
Rochester, Minn, imd other promi
nent physicians and urfreons.
The casket was borne b) eiffht st.il-j
wart guards through the central aisle
of the cathedral, where it w.is met by I
the clergy and choir, which led the'
vay to the chancel. Mrs Gorgas,
leaning on the arm of Brigadier uen
eraJ Noble, long one of General Gnr-1
5ss' associate?, followed ine caaket,!
f.hlch leposed on u stand beneath the
lome of the cathedral during the slin
ple and brief ceremonies
Dean Inge and sub-deacon Blsle; of
Si Paul's, officiated No eulogy was'
"Noarer My God, To Thee," l.earii
Kindly Light,' nn.J 1 Th.- Battle Hymi
of the f'.epubi! wete sung
The hearse returned bo ths hosni
tal, where the hod of General Gor
:s will lie awaiting transfer to South
ampton and then.'.- to New York on
board an American arms transput!. :
G. 0. P. BUILDING UP
1 ITS COAST ORGANIZATION
i Chicago, Julj i" Republican na-
, ilonal headO.ua i ers have announced
I rhat the San F'ranclflCO bran- ii head
quarters of tha organisation, which
nave been in operation for two yean
i In charge of K-ytuond licnjnmin. !. -
mer deputy attorney general of Cali
fornia, who has been regional assist-1
l ant to the chairman, will be continued
Klmer E Dover of Tacoma. Waafa
i win assist Mr, Benjamin regional
campalsn director. Several other
members xf the national commll at
living on the coast will le at the San'
j; Francisco headquarters Including
John yr. Hai t of id.hr. i ph t
j Williams of Oregon.
J Mr. Dover Served with Marcus A
b.inna in formei campaigns an, I
secretary of the national commlttei
tot a number of years
I IMPORTANT DECISION ON
AIRCRAFT PATENTS MADE
NEW YORK July 9 American :
airplane patent rlxhis were uph Id
igainst foreign lnfr.ngen.eni In . de
rision today by l ederel Judge Thoma
I. Chatficid in Brooklyn 'j ho de
perpetually restrains the Interallied
Aircraft corporation of New York
from aellinx ci using in the United
states foreign built machlnea which
re liable to ihe charge of patent m
irlngement. The suit was brought bv the Wright
Aeronautical corporation of l'aterso"i.
N. j a similar suit la pending as
the Aerial Transport corporation of
Delaware which planned to use Brlt
ish plants la an all express -service
between Chicago and New York.
The original Wrlgh patent as a
means for mainiaminc ana1 restoring
lateral equilibrium. wns wphei i ,
JudRo Chatfleld. which Is Interpn ted
as meaning that planes adopting
rights sold in some foreign COUnilii
annot he imported mto this countrj
I BAR POLITICAL INFLUENCE
IN COURT OF NATIONS
THE HAGUE. July 10. Several
techr.lcal details on organisation were
considered h the Jurists' conference
which is endeavoring to form a per
manent International court of jujtice.
All the U lists are determined to make
.he court a truly International one,
iree from political Influenoes
DeDetelon has been taken to have
the president and vice president of
the court elected by and from the
Judges who will be members of tho
court which probably will consist of
eleven judges nncl four siipplernontarv
fudge. Tho latter will Cunotlon only
m the absence of one of the eleven,
itoth president and vice president, at -.
ording to the plan Will be chosen
for three-yeor terms, but will be elig
ible for re election. Nothing will com
pel any Judge to resign except all the
other Judges agreeing on his Incom
CHINESE PARTY RISES
AGAINST OWN PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON. July 10. The
I American l gallon at Peking advised
the state department toda) that the
I Anfu party in China, headed by Tuan
j '"h; Jul, former premier and minister
of war, had risen aralnst President
Hsu 8hlh Chang, following tho dls
j missal of General Hsu.
J Tha president waa aald to have draft -
I ed a mandate degrading General Tao
Kun, the military governor of Chlh
I LI, and dismllng Gonerol Vu Pei-FU
after a court martial. A force under
Tuan was reported to be dvan Ing
j on Pao-Tlng-P' i to attack Tsao Kun
I and Wu Pei Fu Pao T!ng Vu la v.iom
li 30 miles south of Peking.
I ; "EXCUSE MY DUST"
Wallace Reid. in his great
est picture at Utah Theatre
Sunday. Last times today,
Shirley Mason in "Love's Har
i vest." Special children's mat
S inee today.
TERMS OF VILLA
10 BERE JECTEO
Report Circulated Bandit Chief
Is Using Parley as Means of
MEXICO CITY, July 10 The gov
ernment had decided to reject the
peace proposals of Francisco Villa.
General Pranelsro P Serrano, under
f-'crel a r. nf war. and marine, ;old the
Associated Pn as today Only uncon
ditional .--'irrondei , he declared, would
ILL NOT SI NUCKDER.
HAN ANTONIO Tex Jul 10. A
report that Krarn-lsco VlllS would not
surrender to the de form government
of fcfexicO a"d that h was tukinp
;ldvant'Js,, of the armlsttcs With fel
eral forces to leorRnniKe his forcce
for a renewal of operations against (
thi non sovemroenl was brought to
San Antonio by Jesus Corral, a brother
of Luis Corral Villa, wife of Villa, who
makes her home here.
Corral refused to dlsCUSS affairs be
low the border With newspaper men.
Government agents, however, stated
that he had described conditions in
that countr. In detail to them and
outlined the plan of Villa
According to the information given
government agents by Corral, Villa
war. encamped about twenty mlleM
south of tho border opposite the Bend
District when Coral left him. At that
time he was planning to reorganize
his forces with the view of resuming
operation on a larger scale within'
Ihe next two mouths Corral Maid.
Villa Is reported within the last
week to have received large supplies I
of ammunition from tha 1 ftitod
VRHS TO UK T RE.
LAREDO, Tex. July 10 The mlll
tarj and Civil officials of Nuer, Larr-j
do, Mexico, have Issued a Joint order;
requiring oil civilian residents of that,
place to turn in arms and ammunition
and recoixe in return official receipt.
It became known today
r - r
PARIS, July . Despatches from'
Teheran, Persia, report neu landings!
of Bolsnevlk troops at several Per-!
sian ports on tin Caspian ea. The
Bolshevik! ate reported also to have
Occupied ihe road running between
Teheran and Taurus
lANM'N, Jul 1 u - A new Bol-j
Khevlk invasion of Persia is reported
In a dispatch to the Dall) Mall from'
Teheran The despatch quotas the;
Teheran newspapers of Wednesday as,
xjylng thin lour Holsheik warships
had arrived at Meshed-l-8er, (on me
Caspian sen 1 miles northwest
Uarfrushi and landed troops.
PA ft I?, July . Formal acceptance
'f the teims arranged by Premier
Llnd George unci Leonids Krassln for
the resumption of commercial iota-,
lum - b-tf,ren SO let J'.un-I.i .end the
Hr.uh empire haM been sent the1
Moscow government to the British ,
government, it Is learned here An of-1
nclal dei-laiatlon on the subject. It:
is understood, will soon be rnado by
the British government.
LONDON, July !. The text of ai
- - t . ieni to M fchttcherin Russian :
Bolshevlkl fonis; minister, accepting
the principles lau down In the allied'
memni anaum transmitted Jui i by'
the Brills. i gO ernmem to M Krossm
as the bais of sgreemeni between
icussia and Great Britain.'' La given i
in a dispa.cli to the Herald ironi!
MADRID, July g The first eight
workmen to receive pensions under
the ne; compuisor) old ag p' i..slon '
scheme in Spain wcr tne leading flg-i
uiex m an elaborate ceremony here I
ooa jo pension scheme will i" i u -,
ture be applied to ail workmen.
BI ONOjB AIRES. July f.r Argen
tina celebrated the 104th anniversary!
of her independence today. The prln-l
1 pal feature of tne celebration was a
military parade u this city In which
sailors fri-nn the Urttish, Brasilian and
L";guaan war vessels in the harbor
participated in tne procession also I
was a contingent of Argentine veterans
of the war uith Paraguay.
LISBON. July St. The cabinet of
An in.o Maria da S:ira resigned today'
because of lack of sufficient parlla-1
n.ent support The cabinet was formed
MEXICO CITY July 9. Three I
members of the crw of an airplane
on Its waj to the north to aid in the!
r.ninar . campaign were killed when i
; the machine crashed, according to
Zacatecas dispatches received b Ell
MONTREAL, July $ Members of
the Canadian syndicate which recent-!
y obia,neu contracts valued at $6,-'
oOO.oou from the Kpsdan soviet gov
ernment, .inr.ounced Here voday mat.
the Question of credit had been ar
ranged satisfactorily, They said they
are now completing aiangements for
filing of the contracts
PARIS. July I. The departure
j of the Turkish peace delegation from
1 Paris does not constitute a rupture ot
, the pea e negotiations, as some Turk-
ish newspapers in Constantinople are
said to regard it. Two of the principal
delegates aro remaining in Paris.
I BERNE. Switzerland July 9.
j Switzerland has concluded a new com-
merclal treaty with German under
I which Switzerland will got about 40,-
000 tons of German coal monthly.
Bwltserland lately has been using
American and British coal.
NEW TRY FOR NORTH POLE
j INTENDED J3Y AMUNDSEN
SEATTLE, Jul 10 Captain Roald
Amundsen, noted Norwegian explorer
now in northern Siberia. Is planning
a n- w attempt to re.ieh the North Pole
; and will start his expodltlon as soon
as he can r-.n li Nome, Alaska, to load
I supplies, according to Captain Urn
, manuel Tonneson a member of the I
I Amundsen party, who was in BesCttli
, on his way to Now York Captain
Tonneson said he did not know the1
sxacl location "t tha esplorei t thei
present, but was satisfied he was safe, j
i WOUNDED BANK ROBBER
IS SENTENCED BY COURf
AUBURN, Neb.. July 10. Harrv
l Kelley charged with being on of
I three men who robbed tho Bank of
1 Howe, .it Howe, Neb.. May 1. pleaded
1 guilty In district court here and was
sontenced to serve from three to fif
jteen years In the penltentlar one
u' tho three mn escaped with 1,000
(and is stlM at large Kelley and a
I companion were Injured In a pistol
flgiv with officers, following th rob
0. S. CONNECTED
WITH PY' CASE
Jap Prisoner Left Siberian
Maps With American Em
bassy; Yankees Are Cleared
TOKIQ, July f (Pv The Associat
ed Presa) In i-onnection with the
.case of T. uyama, arrested late In
June charged with attempting to sell
military maps, the American embassy
toda; turned o er to n representative
-i Oyams some too maps of fi srls
Which Oyams had left temporal il In
'the otfi.-e of tn..nr fhnrles Lturnett,
'the American mllitaity attache, saying
he wanted to sell them Before being
able to regain possession of the maps,
which Oolonel Burnetl decided were of
no vHlue. uyama was arrested.
Edward Poll. American charge d'af
faires, told th foreign minister that
Oyama describing himself a o mei-
hnt of Khabarovsk, Siberia; called
!at the embassy accompanied by an
other Japanese and offered to soil the
Siberian maps, on examination of
Which showed them to have been for
merly thn property of the Ku.cslan
general staff There was nothing to
show, Accotdtng to Mr Poll, thnt Ihev
were the property 01 Japan or differed
In any way from th .se procurable In
'ladlvoMok and elsewhere.
I'ecldtng that the nmps were of no
Intercut, ,m assistant attache in
formed OyaniS they were not wanted
and recreated him to call as soon as
possible to recover his property
Oyama never appeared.
"Wings of Same Bird of
Prey' Speaker's Term
(Continued From Page One 1
proceedings, arrests without warrants,
private prisons, illegal detentions and
administrative Justice to supplant the
methods provided by the ',,111 of rights
Which hSS been the bulwark of Angln
Saxon freedom for nine centurh s. To
such depths of win ami performance
has the party of Thomas Jeffcrnon
LOSE KITH BR WAV.
"Such are the conditions under
which we are In convention assembled
This whole count ry is shocked by the
action of these two major parties. The
truth Is out at last. Both parties
have surrendered unconditionally 10 1
privilege nnd reaction Thousands are
agreed with us today for every one
Who agreed with US in January. The 1
vast majority of the electorate realise ,
that no matter whether the RopUbli-1
can or the Democratic puny wins,
the people Iokc Ttie necessity for'
the abolition of privilege was never
ao Imperative as It Is today.
"Therefore, that platform which is
submitted ns the basis of the ilehb- ,
eratlons of this, convention has ai
most serious claim to our considera
tion Not only ix H 1 short platform
but It Is single minded In Its devo
tion to one determination, it declares 1
that the print Ipal cause o the dls- j
tress of this people Is economic in Its i
nature and can be removed only by 1
economic action Every word in It
says the same thing Abolish eoonothti
privilege A government controlled by
privilege can twist any political re- ;
fonrt to its own uses Politic. re
forms must wait until the abuses of
privilege are destroyed by the aboli
tion of privilege."
-EXCUSE MY DUST"
Wallace Reid. in his great
est picture at Utah iheatre
Sunday. Last times today,
Shirley Mason in "Love's Har
vest." Special children's mat
INDICT DRUG SLEUTHS
ON SERIOUS CHARGES
PAN FRANCISCO. July 10 Indlct-I
mentt charging grand larceny and em-i
bezzlemont. were returned In the su-
perlor court here against John ds
Vrlea and Entile C. Core:. Inspectors
of th state board of pharmacy, and
Mai Anderson, their assistant, follow
ing testimony before the grand Jurj
of Alleged irregulri'-itlee in their offl-
clal activities One indictment against
dc- ries charges him with perjury ',
before the grand Jury The other Is
Jointly against de Vi ies, Corel and Mrs
Anderson nrni charges grand larcen
The Indictment resulted from
charges made to the grand Jury by
Bam Morlen. alleged drug peddler.
that the two Inspectors seized druga
from him and other peddlers and then
riold them for their own account The
two inspectors and Mrs. Anderson 1
have specifically denied all of the
charges against them, particulars one!
charge h Morlen that ?l'O0O worth"
of drugs was taken from him and
never accounted fo-- The state board'
of pharmacy announced Its belief thir:
the inspectors were bitig victimized by
Morlen and others because of their I
aotivltlOS In rounding up drug pod-
ALAND ISLANDS QUARREL
TAKEN UP BY LEAGUE
LONDON, July 10. Tho council of.
1 th-- league of nations met in private
session In St. James palucc yesterday'
With HJalmar Drantlng, the Swedish'
premier, and M. Bnoltell, a Plnnlsh1
I minister in Paris, .who presented the
claims of their countries with refer
ence 10 the future of tho Aland Is- (
The subject of discussion was
brought up by Earl Curzon. the brli
lsh foreign minister, on ix half of the
Brltloh. who stepped In when the con-'
troversy between Sweden and Finland,
threatened to create complications. '
The Issue is whether the Aland Is
lands, lyin at tho entrance of the'
(iulf of Bothnia, should continue to
bolong to Finland or on the aclf-dt-termlnatlon
principle- pass to Sweden.
ILLICIT DRUG TRADER
AND SUPPLIES HELD
EL, PASO. Texas. July 9. Opium,
morphine and cocaine of an estimated '
value of $35,000 was solced hei. 1,1.
yesterday by A. Toomey ami A L. 1
Hal tha I. federal narcotic operatives'
from St. Ixiuls, Mo.
Jesus M. Mendosa, Proprietor of the!
hotel where the drugs were found,
admitted ownership of the stuff, the:
officers said, and waa arrested. Ac-j
cordlnx to the officers. Mendoz 1 has!
been the chief source of supply m I
Illicit driiK trade in KansaM Clt . ' 1
Ixuis unci a number of other large I
The dlar; of Samuel Pepys ws
written in cipher and was not intend
ed for publication
OP LADY flSTDR
Member of Parliament Tells
1 Events of Past Life in Re
buttal of Charges.
Plymouth; Eng , iuiy io.-Led
Astor. M. P.. took occasion today to
recount till the clrcumst:i n ea r hei
i divorce In l!"ij with a vie w , ns she ex-
pressed It, to rebutting charges print
I lu :i London newspaper Inst May.
'In addressing Iil-i constituents at the
annual meeting of the Unionist ssso
' elation sho denied emphatically thai
there was any collualni. lu the case.
I Lady Astor declared she hud confl
Jdini. that tho elector, hud trusted
her, but an Id It was due thorn to know
lull the facts so they could Judge
'whether she still deserved theli ponfl
"It is ,1 pulnful duty to revive these
'old troubles and sorrows said Iad
, Astor, "but there are Indications that
certain influence!; which 011,11 e:il to
corruption In politics, are trying tj un
Idermlne my position, it will ie for
I you to decide whethei ou will allow
this campaign to succeed.'1
A resolution was adopted unani
mously expressing condemnation tof
the newspaper attack and assuring
Lady Astor of the electors' "unbound
ed esteem and confidence.
PAID in i 1 i.l.
SAX PRANCISCU July lu - An-
' n enmnt that t!. - dcposltoi of tne
dofunoi Santa Rosu Union Savings
b.mk, which was closed Septen r SO,
liilS, have been paid In tuil and ail
otner accounts of the bank completely
1 liquidated, wan made by Charles F.
St. i n, state superintendent of banks,
here today. The deposits amounted to
iJ65t.2,s8.62 at the time the bank was
forced to close because o.' the embcx
lement of more than 1700,000 f Its
assets by Frank A. Brush, its cashier,
SCfiEEi. 1 JEKVLL
IB li. HYDE I
CJLIS STAGE PLM
John Barrymore's Portrayal of
Jekyll Compared With That
of Richard Mansfield
The appearance of John Barrymore
in the screen version of "Ir. Jekyll
and Mr Hyde," which Will be shown
lor (our days, cormuencmc tomorrow,
at the Alhambra Theatre, lias proven
an event in the dramatic world as
momentous as was the performance
of Richard Mansfield in the stage
play adapted from Stevenson's fam
Mr Mansfield created a sensation
In the ihealrlcal world with the dual
character In 1SS7. At the- Invitation
of Bjr Henrv Irvine, he took the pro
duction to London and there dupli
cated ibe success he had scored in
America Mi. Mansfield continued
to appear in irooucnt revivals of Lr
Jekyll and Mi Hyde" until ihe time
of his death
The esteemed actor's portrayal was
a masterpiece, but the very charac
ter of the story made the transition
from "Jekyll" to "Hyde.1 which
must be done before the eyes of the
audiences, n rather difficult and ihe
atrlcal piece 01 business, it is done
more snioothh by Mr. Barrymore,
since motion pictures can make use
of the simple and effective device of
Mr Barrymore'a characterization
of the young physician is a most re
markable and subtle piece of work
It Is as good as an. thing this taleni
ed star, hailed by many as the great
est actor on the American stage, has
ever done, and it Ib easily the equal
of. if not superior to Mr Mansfield's
OCCASIONAL SHOWERS IN
EARLY WEEK PREDICTED
WASHINGTON, Julv io-h,,,.
ther predications for the week be
ginning Monday was.
Rocky mountain and plateau re
flons: Generally fair, although occas
ional local thunder ehowers probably
faly days. Seasonal temperatures.
BUTTE TEAMSTERS QUIT,
CAN'T CASH CITY'S CHECKS
BUTTB, Mont.. July 1 0 The team
sters' union has called out Its men in
the employ of the concern handling
the garbage and BOheS of tho cltv. c! -Ins
as the reason Inability of the men
to rash city warrants In which they
The Basque language preserves the
tongue of the Iberians, if not even
earlier aborigines I
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NAVY SURPLUS AIRCRAFT I
WORTH 20 MILLIONS SOLD
NEW YORK, July 10 The navy's;
i surplus airc raft, valued at apprdxl-j
' mately 120,000,000 have been purch is
ed oy the United Aircraft Engineering
corporation, officials of the company
announced here. Thla was s.ud to be
: ttio second largest transaction of its,
I kind In the world, the first be-iny the
purchase of fouu, 000,000 of war sur-j
I plus aircraft from the Hritih govern-1
I ment by a British concern some tvo
1 months ago.
I All na aircraft and aircraft euip
I mcnt that will be decjared olrsolute
'this year also have been contracted
for, it was stated. No piirchuss prlt e
ARIZONA MINER SUICIDES
AFTER MURDERING WIFE
j BISBJ3R Ariz..- July 10. George
I Burgess, a miner, shot and killed his
wife and then killed himself here last
night Neighbors say the couple had
! nuarreled violently. Mrs. BurgeBS for
i merly was Miss Nellie Blanche la
1 Rock of Sparta. Wis Burgess' father
la J; B Burgess, a rancher, of Marfa.
DENMARK HAPPY OVER
REUNION OF SCHLESWIG
COPENHAGEN, July 10 The sign
ing by King Christian sestcrdnj of the
treaty effecting the reunion of Schlcn
vlg with Denmark was made the oc
i nalon Of u holiday. Guns were fired
at Danish ports, church bolls pealed
throng!, out the day. salutes were fired
by all Danish vessels In the harbor
unci the populace everywhere manl
foHted its Joy oer tho event
A message of felicitation has been
received from the Norwegian pnunier
saylngj The whole north shares In
ihe Joy of reunion "
CONVICT SECOND BROTHER
OF PART IN MURDER
CH B Y ENNE. W yo . July 1 0 Pete
iC'ordlllo was declaied guilty of mur
cier In the second degree by a Jury
hers hist night. f'ordlllo was con
'. i ted In connection with the death
of PYanh Jennings last September, Ills
brother, John Cordlllo now is serv
inu a sentence In the penitentiary for
his connection with the same affair.
Population of the natives In the ro
Iglon between Stnm and lower Burma
is rupldly diminishing.
; SOCIETY STARTS OUT TO
! MAKE DIVORCE IMPOSSIBLE
NEW YORK, July 10. Inauguration I
of a campaign for federal constitution
al amendment making divorce impos- T ,
slblc was announced by tho Rov. Dr. H'i
I Walter Gwynne. general secretary of m. ' '
the Soplet for the Upholding of th f
Sanctity of Marriage L
N'lgorous propaganda will be carried !
on Mild Dr. Gwynne, to extend tho M
membership of ths organisation to
ever) Christian denomination in thn i
country, and ministers of every creod l
will be urged to refuse to perform tho M
marriage ceremony for any person !
thut has beon divorced f SBi:'
Leaders of the movement say it K
I Is endorsed by Episcopal clergymen s H
of New York, and by numerous Judges yr
I throuKhout tho country. I ' i.
-EXCUSE MY DUST"
Wallace Reid. in his great
est picture at Utah Theatre
Sunday. Last times today,
Shirley Mason in "Love's Har
vest." Special children's mat
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