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m OGDEN CITY, UTAH TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M.
Musical Comedy Beauty Weds
H Wealthy Omaha Student
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I I I W Mm
(OMAHA. Tins m:ir:i.To of Rosie Quinn. one of the st.-.rs of the "Mld
olght Rounders" at the Century (beater In New York, and Lewis Burgos ,
Princeton Ftudin;. n oi Ward liui iii;;l'h, ihiiaba merchant, lat
summer, lu.' j' i I bo n revealed. Burgess brought his bride home and an
nounced to ih- tamilj tiiej had boon marritd since last July. Mrs. Ware'
Uuvyt". . .. 1 -l . in dc aira .here, she has welcomed her soil's
bride In Iho family. It is Raid. TJbe bTlde", Who cained fame as a beauty in
the "Passlnj Show" n1 1 Winter Gurdeo. announces she hps given up the
i 1 if,.' ft. never
GREEK KING IS
llexandcr Dies Frc.ni Ettect
Of Bite From Mis Pet
vrni's, !. i. (Bj nj
Associated Pri m ) The throne of
H Greece, mndr vacant bj Iht death
King Alexander, will i offered to
Prim- r.mi thMi -ton f former
Kins Constantino, it i offlolallj
ATHENS, Oct. 2fi. (By The Asso-
Hl eiated pros. 1 Man) difficulties re-
HI raiding raccpwlon to the Gr ek throne
HI will result from the dcuth of King
HI Alexander, which occurred Inst night.
I- There is every Indication that the
I throni will i- offiT (1 1 1 Princi Paul,
Hfc must formal!)
H. George, older br.itlni of I'rinci Paul,
HHr must renounce his right?.
HI It Is probable thut King Conatan-
HJk tine will at first refuse to mcnt these
HI conditions, but It is understood Pro-
HI mler Vonlzelos will produce argument
gmM of . . t 1 . Imnortanei
I j 1 ioKG rAKTlKK BROKE.
HI CSonetantlne status is well known.
HI end it lb thought the understanding
H that the premier will agree to restore
HI the former kmc s suppreoeed p nsloo,
HI If the above trriiiB ar accepted.
HI Only In the point of 'onstanllue'x
HI nij.-fiion of the est ibllshment "f i re
I public, but it is known Pr taler Verrl
HI zelos is of the opinion that Greece is
MM not yet ripe for hal form of gov-
M 1 Ejections iostfoned.
HH There 1 S.1SO pi slbillt) of offcr-
HH lug the ihrone to a fon.-ign prince, but
HB"si h preinb r i- r. lucim; uiKt-
HI a step.
HH liembere of the c,v cabinet con-
HH Cerrefl on Sunday, but dt.
HH reached, if any. ha. e not been made
HH Bleotlohs at uhlrh will be chosen
HH , members of the new Greek national
HH aeeemoly have beef! postponed one
HH week. It is announced h r . They
Hmj were to have been hold on November 8.
H , U30R V'. r L V O RED,
HH Admiral 1'. (.'our.dourlotis, former
HI minister of marine. 1 believed to be
HH the government oII i-m! inot favored
Kj for the appointment as regent of
I Greece, to hold office until the suc-
Hl cesser of King Alexander, who died
last nieix. ascends the throne. He
HB was formerly a member of the Saloni-
ki goverTin.eiu and la known to be
HH friendly to the entente.
HH The !on"r chambi of the Greek
HH parllamenl will convoked irnmedi-
HH elj to elect the regent.
SENATOR RiCCi MAY BE
ITALIAN ENVOY TO U. S.
I ROME, Oct 26. Senator Dolandi
II Ri'-cl, according to the Popolo Romano
UdWador at Washinjrton.
PUN FILED IN
Big Fiv3 Packers Must Separ
; ate Themselves From Aux
WASHINGTON, Oct 86. Swift and
eompaii and Armour and company
filed todaj in thi- District of Colum
iia s ipreme eovn-t a new plan for dis
posing of their interest in stockyards,
t.-rmlnal railroads and market news-
rs It was understood that Wilson
end COmpSn) would adhere to this
plan, bill .MorriN and company and
the Cudahy company were not a parly
Justice Ktufforil ! N'overngfM- 8 as
th tinal date tor the department of
Justice to file objections to the new
proposal, but sadore rCressel, special
aSBlStaRt to the attorney general, in
timated that the department would
file III! nliliwllnnu In fit.. nnnrt'a vat.
d r putting the plan Into effect pro
vided that the propo8al did not con
flict with existing llgislatlon.
Morris and company and the Cudahy
company were given until November
l to negotiate for their inclusion ha
l he new phyn and to find some other
purchaser for the .stockyard Inter
ests of these concerns- acceptable to
the court. Attormxs for Morris and
company declared they had not seen
the ii' u plan and had '-"n negotiating
with V. II. l'rlnre and company. IJos
ton bankers, on the basis of the orig
inal proposal which was opposed by
W ASHINGTON, Oct. 26 A substi
tute pUn for the dispo.sul of their
holdings In stockyard market com
panles, stockyard terminal railroads
anl market newspapers was filed In
the District of Columbia supremo
court h swift and company and Ar
mour and company, two of the "big
f'ndrr the new plan. h H. Prince
and c-ompanv, ;.. Bton bankers, will or
K'autze the United Stockyard, Inc.. un
Qei Lhe laws of the state of Maine,
to acquire part or all of the shares
of the stockyard and market newspa
per companies from which the two big
packers must separate themselves un
der consent decree recently filed In the
court by agreement with the depart -menr
1 IV) VOTING TRUSTEES
The United stockyards, inc. win bo
capitalist d by issues of first preferred
shares, se.und preferred shares and
common shares of stock and by notes.
Lle-estock growers and commission
men are to bo given preference In the
purchase of thv siiares of the new com
pany, but the common shares alone
will have voting power. Under the
D, the common shares "will bo Is
sued to or transferred to five voting
trustees to be appointed by the su
preme court of the District of Colum
to hold under voting
trust for 2u ears.
The voting trust will he given au
thority to enforce the conditions of the
(Continued on Pace Two.)
MORE BLOOD FLOWS EN IRELAND
- . - JS Ju J n j m JL.
PRICE OF SOFT COAL CONSIDERED I
v o o o j
COST HT MINE
Thousand Soft Coal Operators
Meet to Discuss Palmer's
FAIR AND REASONABLE
PRICE MEETS r-AVUR
Many Pars Wanted Each Week
To Insure Against
i CLEVELAND, tX', r,ct 2G. At
I general open meeting at approximately
i 1 .000 coal operators from all parts of
the country held here todav following
a meoilng of members of the Notional
Coal association, it was the judgment
of the operators, both association
members and others, iht-t the soft coul
ci'crators throrghout the countr will
cr operate fully ami heartily with At-
torn.-v General Palmer in an effort
to rod u coal prices.
The general meeting following n
meeting uf members of the National
Coal a i elation at which iCohmel D. D.
A'ent:: of I hilartelphla. president of
the association, read a telegram from
Attorney General Palimej requestli.g
opcratore to io.ke actio looking to
I ward n reduction In suit c.rii prices
m l RATORS TO O IOPERATE
A motion was adopted that S: tva
'lhe sense of the meeting that the coul
operators of the country would cooper -late
fully and heartily with the attor
ney general In an effort to reduce
soft coal prices along the lines of the
attorney general's suggestions, but that
it could be best accomplished by the
j respective districts.
Another motion was adopted that,
the pending resolution be referred to
a committee of nine members selected
. t the chair and that the committee
'report bat to the" general meeting
iater in the day.
PRU BS v I DROPP1 i
Prices have already dropped In
j many places, It was declared. J. H.
Hatfield of Morgantown. . Va.. a,
member of the northern West Virginia
i fair practices committee, said in hial
district i he price had dropped from
j$n to $fi a ton in some Instances
Little danger exists of serious winter
shortage anywhere in t.'ie opinion of
Mil) N ( Altv
l or the last three weeks. Colonel
VY nu .sUU'.-d. soft coal production has
exceeded 1J. Out'. 000 tons a week, the;
goal fixed by the operators as neces-
! to Insure adequate supplies every
where In the country.
To Insure against any contingency ,
of failure to curry out the operators'
.program. I'olonel Wentz declared it
was Imperative for thn railroads to
I continue giving car enough to ship j
12.000,000 tons weekly well Into the1
"If the mines have the cars, ther
will be no short ge of coal anywhere,"
said Colonel Wentz.
WOMAN LEAPS FROM CAR
DURING PARTIAL DEMENTIA
ABERDEEN, S. D.. Oct, 26. Miss
'Kva lJ'lare, a passenger on a pas-'
isenger train ea.stbound. took her own
ilife shortly before noon yesterday by
Jumping from the window In her
leepini; i oinp irtment. tout miles west
of Ipswich. S- D. Partial dementia, due
to a recent nervous breakdown. Is
thought to have been I he cause of the
Miss LeClare, accompanied by a
brother, A. V. lxClare, of Moquiramy,
Wash . boarded the train at Seattle, i
Wash. Ths were en route to a point
The woman was still alive when
found near the track by a freight crew.
jShe was taken into pswlch, where she
'dld a few minutes later Her body
will be shipped to Ma-sasichusetLs for
burk'i Miss LeClare was Ij years old1
and was unmarried. Her residence
could not be learned.
APPROVES POLE PEACE
LONDON. Oct 6. Ratification of
the preliminary peace treaty between,
Polapd and Bolshevik Russia was vot-
1 ed by the all-ltussian soviet yester
day, according to a wireless message
George Tchitoherloi bolshevik for
eign minister, explained the pact and'
dl lired Poland had refused assist
ance to General Wrangel, head of the;
antl-bolshevik government of south
Russia. He also asserted Poland had
i agreed not to lend aid to forces of!
read Ion In Russia.
These agreements on the part of'
l'oland. ho said, were ioniiromi.
which had been gilued at
the price of territorial concession to
no "ollsh government.
iifTf 1 'fBh
BALLOON RACE, j
I BOARD DECIDES
NE7 YORK, Oct 26. Offi
cials of the Aero Club of Amer
ica today conceded that the
Gordon Bennett international
trophy for free bailoons had
i been won by the Belgian entrv
Baglica. " piloted by two Bei- 1
GHian army officers, Lieutenants '
ie Muyter and Labrousse They
covered about 1100 miles be
tween Birmingham and North
Hero island, on Lake Cham
plain. Formal announcement of the
winner cf the international race
which started from Birming
ham, Ala., last Saturday prob
ably will not be made for sev
Plans are under way for a
banquet to the Belgian winners.
Uf S AGREE
01 Till BOUT
Will Go Between 10 and 15
Rounds on Date Sometime
NEW YORK, Oct, S.6. J.fk Demp
sey and Ceoiges Carpentier were
matched her this afternoon for a
fight for the heavyweight champion
ship of the world The contract will
be formally signed tomorrow.
iO To tS ROUNDS
I'ndor the terms of the contract I
agrtod upon today, the pugilists will
meet some lime between February 1
and July 1, 1 D ' 1 . The conditions
stipulate a bout between ten and flf
teen rounds for u record purse and a
percentage Of the motion picture re
celpts. The number of rounds, the place of
battie and the exact date are subject
to discussion of the promoters who arc
to inform the principals at l?ust slxt
lav..- before the contest.
IM.I i IE PROF1 I S
Bach fighter receives a 26 per cent
lkl 1 K a l I,.., nlatniia r....C.I. I V, A
'"ft"' III U HlW'IVil .l.v.- v..
other fifty per cent going to the pro
The bout will be conducted by Te
Rlckard, Charles Cochran, of London :
and William A Hrady. the last biame'd
represent!--' Cochran's interests, The
COntracf was agreed to after a long
conferehi today at which were pres
ent the John, promoters. Jack Kearn.
mangcet of Jack Dempsey ami Fran
cots Descampa manager of Carpen
tier, and four lawyers wepresenting the
arioos inti rests involved.
While Teg Rlckard and his fellow
promoters refused to disclose the
amount of the purse to be giv,"i the
pugilists before the formal signing of
the contract tomorrow it is known
that, including certain percentages
it will approach 5o0.l00.
This is far in excels of any previous
purse, the record being held by Rick
ard's contract vsith Jess Wlllard and
Jack Dempsey, whereby Wlllard re
ceived $100,000 and Dempsey 127,500
lor their fight 'at Toledo on July !.
1919 The division of the purse will
show World Champion Dempsey re
celving more than Carpentier. the
challenger and holder of the Europe in
FR.iri IN .
While the promoters arp under
stood to be planning to hold the bout
in Madison Square Garden, ample
provision is made for the shifting o?
the contest to another city in case op
position arises from any source.
Under the contract it will be possible
to ho.'d the fight in Canada. Mexico,
Cuba or the West Indies. The sit
of the contest and the date will not
be finally arranged for some time.
M.m managerial and legal obstacles
had to be overcome before the match
could be made, because of the various
contracts which one or the other of
pugilists had previously signed-
PEERESSES DEMAND SEAT
IN HOUSE OF LORDS
LONDON. Oct. 26. VL&countess
Rhondda. a peeress In her own right,
has petitioned King Ccorfce to issue
a writ summoning her to serve in the
house of lords. Peeresses in thi ir
own right, of whom there are about
2o. have all the dignities and privi
leges of peers except that of Bitting
in the house of lords, ludy Rhondda
claims recent legislation equalise the
position of lhe sexes. Thta i the
first time a peeress has sought ad
mission to the upper house . : parliament.
OPPOSITION TO !
PREMIER S BILL
Government Wants Broad
Powers in Case of Emer
UNION MEN AND
OFFICIALS IN PARLEY
Hopeful View Taken of Strike
Situation With Nego
LONDON, Oct. 26. Strong opposi
tion to the government eniergeno
power .hill, giving the administration
far-reaching authority in the event of
a general strike or of disorders was
anticipated in the houe of commons
today. The measure entered the com
mittee stage of consideration and the
government Issued instructions for allj
-importers to be present j. I todays
session of the house.
In the hoiibc of commons lust night
a motion for rejection of the bill
offered by William C. Adamson, labor
leader, was defeated by a vote of 257;
and the measure was passed to
PREMIER DKFI 1.
Premier Uoyd George defended the
measure, however, and declared it wad j
iu. i un uILm '. cn th trade unions,
but absolnlelj nccessar to " face the
threats of railway men and the triple
alliance to cripple other national life
almost without notice.
Further consideration of th bill
Was. prevented during the night .ses
sion as T. P; O'Connor, ieader of the
Irish Nationalists, obtained permission
to begin the debate on events In Ire
land. Mr D'Ccnnor discussed recent
act of reprisal In the Island, but no
new points w re developed
M i . HI V ! ! N a OP1 - I D
LONDON, Oct 26. i By The Asso
ciated Press i -Formj!! negotiations
between the government and execu
tive officers of the miners' federa
tion in an effort to settle the coal
strike were re-opened this morning,
indicating that the informal discus-!
slons which had bee In progiesa sincr'
Sunday had proved satisfactory, In
some measure, at ie,4
It was reported from South Wales
today that the miners' officials there
had before them yesterday the gov
ernment's new formula on the wage
question, which Is said to b:- based,
upon coal vollies. The miners are
to g t i wo shillings "n dav Inereuse.
but the future selling price of coal
will depend on prod u t ion . tlmt is. if
production full below a certain level
thH price of coal will be Increased to
the houHeholdei , otherwise present
prices win be maintained
"nder this plan, the miners, while
receiving more wages woxiid co-operate
wlih the owner" in preventing in-1
ci eased pries
JAPS CHARGE AMERICAN
NAVAL OFFICER IS SPY
ToKIti. Oct. 26 Frequent allega- ;
tionj in the Japanese newspapers that:
Americans have been Indulging in spy
ing h.os been followed Monday by on
article In the Nkhl Nlchi claiming that '
Captain Edward 11 Watson, naval at
tah.. clandestinely visited the Kuro
navs yard with the object of ohtalnina"
' Inquiry at the American embassy,
Monday brought forth the Statement
that Captain Watson, with his a.sslst-'
ant. in accordance with arrangements
made in advance by the navv depart-1
Iment, paid an official visit to Kuro.
(The American officers wore their uni
forms and throughout the visit were
escorted by Japanese naval officers. L
PATERS0N MAN WINS
NEW YORK, net 26. The speed'
typewriting championship of the l.'nlt
Sd States and' Canada was won here i
Monday by George T Mossfeld, of Pat
erson. N. J , who typed approximately ,
111 words a minute for sixty consecu-i
jtive minutes. The contest featured
the opening of the seventeenth Na-
Itlonal businesa Show.
Margaret B. Owen, four times title
winner, was second with 128, and Wil
liam F. Oswald, lat veor's winner,
third, with 127.
HOUSE WIFE IS LAUDED
Al CHICAGO MttllNU
I CHICAGO, Oct. -26 The housewife'
had her day and wo officially ad
mitted to the ranks of the expert pro-;
fcssionx Monday at the breakfast of:
the National Efomemakers' Guild.
"It b DO worse to stay at home and
wash dishes I ban It Is to pound a
typewriter," Mr.-. T. V. Morse, execu
tive secrcturj of the guild, declared,
j' Home mailing is an expert profes
sion .and the woman who stays at!
:hotne and keeps bouse should receive
jas much honor and recognition as her.
slater ri the business world or publici
HELD BY BRITAIN;
I SENSATION SEEN
LONDON, Oct. 26. Senrv
Lioual charges were made iu
Bov police court today against
o- mysterious man of imdivulged
nationality who, the govern
: ment attorney declared, has
j been acting between members
of revolutionary circles m tb:?
country and the Russian revolu
tionists. The government s attorney
said among the letters found on
the accused was one from Syl
I via Pankhurst to Nikolai Lcn
me, premier of soviet Russia,
' The situation is most acute,
not ready for revolution yet
The accused declined to an
swer questions put to him He
waj remanded for a wee'.:
.A. . -
TO HUGE THRONG
II SALT 1
Praise of Reed Smoot and
Crit cism of Democrats
SALT LAKK, Oct. 26.--rtefote an
audience which pinked the taberna
cle lost light, William Howard Tafti
former president of the United Starts
criticised Governor Coat as n "smooth
politician," who was saved In Ohio
through lhe influence ol the wet in
terests: paid tribute to 8eYnitor Reed
Smoot as "the most valuable man
t j t ir country in cither house or sen
nte;" commended SehatOr Harding for
his 'knowing thai he didn't know
everything," and characterised the
Wilsoii administration as domihs sd
by an unyielding ore-man power, ever
unwilling to compromise.
The speaker affirms n s belief that
Senator Harding, when elected, would
sec. re an acceptable league or asso
cla'.!on of nations. His words aroused
the great audience to s high pitch of
PUKSON M.I I l i S.
No p rsonalltles were indulged in
by Mr. Taft except now and then a
Jocular reference to himself In the
years when he was the nation's chief
executive. He used no mantiSCript but
rreijuentiy giancra a-, non-.i on sman
carol held in his hand.
The paramount Cah QUSStion, In
the opinion of Mr. Taft, was whether
or not the voters of Utah would keep
Koed Smoot in the senate Por Mr.
smoot the former president made his
most earnest appeal, declaring the
senior senator to be ih man whose
g0 A out of office would have a
greater void In congress than that of
any othir member He was not SO
r.iuch concerned about the vote for
president in Utah Mr. Harding, hi
asserted, would have an overwhelm
ing majority, but It was of vital Import
to the whole country that Senator
Smoot, whose three terms had pioNcd
his great worth, be returned to resume
Declaring that he would first dlsciifs
the Issues that he conceived to be
i.i i i mount In the Campaign, Mr. Taft
said that the league of nations was not
the pramojnt Issue.
' No matter what Cox or Wilson of
Harding or I.odg.- think. " he uffirrned,
the Issue is whether the American
oconle are aoinc to express Iheir ap
proval or disapproval of Woodrow
Wilson's administration for the last
MIM in GHAKGj
"I think." he declared, "that from
every indication the American people
have made up their minds that there
must be a change. Never in my recol
lection has ther been S time when 80
many signs have said there will be
a decisive and overwhelming victory.'
Mr. Taft then told of how President
Wilson sent out an appeal that tho
voters return only Democrats to con
gress, commenting upon th rebuke
thut Mr. Wilson received when a Ite
psblican majority was returned In
The speaker then proceeded to con
trast the two candidates for the presi
dency, denominating Cox as a "nice
man," but a "smooth politician who
had been saved In Ohio by the vote
and influence of the wet interest" "
Passing on to his discussion of the
league of nations. Mr. Taft affirmed
that he. personally, had no objection
at all lo article X. He knew, how-eve-,
that it would not be adopted
l un tinned in i'oi I . .
IN li MASKS I
MURDER THREE; Ml
EFFIGY BURNED I
One Man Taken From Sickbed
And Shot by Group M
In Uniform M
BELFAST SCENE OF
Rome Believes Death of Lord
Mayor Will Add to
DUBLIN, Oct. 26. Eight men, said
i to be residents of Cork, were arrested '
last evening SS they were about to sail
for England ami the police are Inves- '
tigating whether they were merely go-
nig tn the funeral of Lord Mayor Mac
Swine? or whether there ;s s poKslbiil
ly that tBej Intended to avenge his
Bach of the men worn th- uniform
of the Irish republican army under
his ordinary gurh and one carried four
disguises. None of them was armed.
DUBLIN. Oct. 25- Three men were
shot and killed by masked men who '
were ulleged to lie wearing khaki uni- mWMj
forms here toda; The shooting took
place in the Thuilej district, one of
tho victims being LhC registrar of the
local arbitration coiuc Michael Hyinf.
another one of the slain, was shot
lying in bed wh.re he had been
'.'ring from pneumonia a week. i H
it Was reported tonight that a po- I H
litical prisoner Incarcerated in Mount fH
Joj prison was dead. The identity
oi ths than was not announced. j
KEEPER mum in l.
UALvVAI. Ireland, Oct. 25 Thomas
iSgan, i.ecper of a public house at
Athenry. was shot dead at his home
ter had him ( complicity in
the murdet of Prank M Shaw, a Gal
way magistrate, last March.
1 I I- K.li 3 Bl KM l.
UKI.l AS. 26,- Purther rioting
OCCUrred in this city last night. Large
crowds burned ef igles ol Terence Mac
.Swine.. He late lord mayor of Cork.
m the otauhope section of
L'ue cdy, ami a iicayoy parly, mistak
log lii.. effigies for tnose of Premier
Lic.Mi Oeorgc, si ;rted exchanges wltii
ineu ourning tot i inures.
A light was soon going on and the
police oelng powerless to quell the dls- H
i roopa ' c immoned Several i I
shots were fired by the soldiers and or
dcr was -oon restored.
John McLco.l wua shot and killed H
yesterday (luring a tight caused by the
duspluy oi Sinn Fein flags. The clash H
Oci lined in toe east end of the city
I llOWDS IN r MC.
i H the Associated
PH I owds along the Grand Pa-
mi the principal thorough-
fare:: of this city, were thrown into
panic Lonlght when several shots H
Were fired from a military lorry ami
'au accompanying armored car. So H
far as known, however, there were no
It appears that lhe car had turned
its searchlight on the Sinn Peln club-
ho'jK'' .inil :i huge inimlter of people, H
.led by curiosity, surrounded the ma- H
chine The ocoupants, fearing an at-
tack, fired and the crowds scattered
through the streets in the business dls- .
itrlct In the city. Subsequently, the H
streets were almost deserted. H
.wined men ui niarnsj naggeu me sBgj
afternoon mail train running from
,Cork northward today und searched ,H
EFFECT IN ITALY.
ROME, Oct 26. News of the death j
Terence lacSwlney was received at .' H
the Vatican from the Associated Press ta'gH
today, the news being communicated
to Monsignor Qerettl, papal under SB B
rotary of slate, who was deoply im -pressed
by the tidings.
W hen Pope Benedict was informed H
of the death of the lord major, he H
showed deep regret and then knelt, re- H
naming a long time in silent prayer,
The death of Lord Mayor Mai s))))))))))H
'Swlney has caused const, r nation I
among the numerous Irish pcoplo H
i nly a short time before news of the "H
lord mayor's death was received, Su- J
pcrior General Hennesse, bf the H
Christian brothers of St. Mary's, Dub
Un, was received by the pope.
ENTITLED TO IIEVENG1
The superior general declared that H
tin' death of MacSwiney would render H
the situation in Ireland still worse, as H
the Irish volunteers would consider
themselves entitled to revenge. Thb.
in his view, would result In reprisals H
by troops and police and there would H
be reckless, indiscriminate shootings H
with innocent victims, murders raids.
buntings and unspeakable violence. H
Moss for repose of the soul of H
Major MacSwiney was celebrated In
the church adjoining the Irish ecclesl- B
astlcal college here The monument
of Daniel O'Connell. the Irish patriot 1
who bequeathed his heart to this H
church, was draped in crepe. H
CUBA w LBTTS EXPERT,
WASHINGTON, Oct. -'0 The
Cuban government today asked thi H
; state department to de-signate a fman- H
cial expert to so lo Cuba in aSSUTl H
i q wrt-mng out a solutlcn of the Culaii H