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F,ft eth veJrNo .60 OGDEN CITY, UTAHTHURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, 1920 LAST EDITION 4 P.M
BOTH PARTIES REPORT ON ELECTION FUNDS
STRIKE OF BRITISH COAL MINERS SETTLED I
I TWO OWN CfRLS !N SUICIDE PACT
B WIDOW OF LORD
1 n suffers
Unable to Attend Solemn Cere-1
monies in St. Georges
THOUSANDS CROWD FOR
GLIMPSE OF CASKEi
Arrangements Mnde lor Fu
neral of Mac Swiney in
LONDON. Oct. 26 -A pontifical re
,.urm mM was cslsbrated Oils naonv
ing in St. Oor.tr', cat hedre i oxer the
body of the la'o lord ma: or of ur.
Terence MacSwIney. who died in orix-
u.n4u nwiriilnrr t UK
m ion nrison m., .. . . ...
7Uh day of his hunger StrlkS Churoh
ulgnltarles. the lord mor of un"''
; deputations representing tin '"
,.rliamntarv labor party and yarlou
Irilb political and civic organization-
BeeeV ttt91 dd ..
Thousands of persons- ff0"
.wry available space In the lnr
sssssse cathedral: score standing on chairs in
m u. lea straining for a glimpse ot
ohancel were the casitet reposed
L cm a catafalque with fwr r
publican arm- rtundtaK mot
ssssV k guard of honor
Lady Mayeresi Mcfewinej knp
,.1 from strain and nile tWf morn-
iH the ceremony t the cathedral.
not expected he will accompany the
bodv of h r husband u Ireland
The casket was surmounted u
wreathe and the hat which the or-.l
mayor formerly wore ns commands:,
o' ihr Coik brigade of she volunt'-'r
bore an Inscription In OaellC rc. d--Murdered
by the foreigner in
Hnston prison, London. October .6,
he fourth year of the republic. Ag..
(. years. Cod haw in. n y on h.
moiiI." The Sinn Fein flag was draped
over the coffin.
Jut as the services were befjm'.
the four men of the sunrd of ho
were relieved by a quartet wenrlng
' long POate which they took off Sfl the
-tepped to their plnc. cxppidnc
'I he chancel l ulls und a hirf part
of the ftdJaoent floor were ftrown with'
.Maborale floral tributes, on.- of them
H Hoidi" i oinei nearer than a kiup
The. UlKhl Itev. 1 ft r A. Aiv.lgO. U
bishop of the dlocr.se of Southward,
i in which the cathodral Is situated, oc-
f COpbd the throno, presiding over the
H' obietiules. Th- moes wan celebrated b
-i, aivhi.Rei WHUana T. Cotter. bih-
mouth. as1r.tcd by the Most Rev. An
oelni Keaealy, archbiehop of Shnin
Archbiahop Daniel J tCannlx. of Mei
bourne, Aiitrallu. one of the prelates.
ho kttonded) sat ut the side Of Blehopl
mimii uttion givkx.
There was wrapt s'b nee during the (
elevation of the bos' and the sen ices
proceeded to the benediction. Then,
tba archbishop, bishops and their at-
u hdaata eplemnla prooeedad to the
Cagltet and gt v absolution.
The aervicej concluded. Blabop Am-
Jk'O and Arcnbiehop Munnix turne.l to'
"ihr lute lord mayor's sisters and broth
who in turn knelt bi-tore the
i 1 1 men and received the words of
'orl volunteers who formerly serv
od In Mayor MacSwlncy's commam!
stood at Intervals alongside the cen-I
tral paaaaVi Of the church during the
aervlcea The. ushers and many of:
tlios - In the audience worr button-hole '
roUttee of Sinn Fein colors edged hi'
ItJSS THJ OOl I IN.
H ,,,, , lualon of thr torvlcet
hundreds kissing the glass through
i which t.ic paiiid. emaciated face of
1 the loixl mayor "as visible.
B I toiii earls morning. crowds hudi
stood In the streets adjacent to the ca-
H tbedral uwaltlng admission to the edl-
K1 tlce, und (ventuully the crush became
H, so great that squads of policemen v. re
Hj inquired to clear the t.ay for holder!
H of cards of admission.
HJj tic Sinn Fein flagi -tuft t i-d i
with black crepe, was held by a Party
of men dressed In olvUlan garb near
b ' the door of the cathedral throughout
1 J. II. Thomas. Arthur Henderson,
John K "lynes and William C Adam-1
son represented the lahor party at
the services. The were xealed In the
fl re t pewa The mayors of Kulham
lid seeal other l-Jngllsh towns also
wr.re present, iix were twenty-one
.nil s of the corporation of Cork,
erul ineinbera of the Iniblln corpo-
H, t lion. Count i'lunkett. T. I'. O'Con-
mM . Jeremiah MacVelgh, Joeopb Dv-
B in. P. .1. Maloney, J. J Kell. rep-
H relenting th, tJ.iellc league of Ireland,,
and P J. Kelly, president of the Irish!
HL s. K - i mi nutlon league of Or eat
I IjONG PRCM I svMmn
W The funeral procession, n tie. h M .
B about a mile in length, started at 2:S0l
Hv, o'clock from the cathedral, marching
CHEAPER TO BURN
CORN THAN COAL,
OMAHA, Neb., Oct, 28 Hun
dre&s of thousands of bushels
oi corn may be burned as fnel
by farmers in noithern Nebras
ka this winter. High priced
coal and a bounteous but lov
priced crop of com is the rea
con. New corn, unsheded, now
brings 3 4 oi a cent a pound or
$15 a ton The cheapest BOft
coal is $15 und :t has to bs I
hauled. A wagon box 30 inches
high is required to hold a ton of
unsbelled corn and that amount
makes a hotter fire and will last
longer than B ton of coal.
SPEECH ON 0. S.
Information on Negotiations
Was to Have Bern Kept
From General Public
TOKIO. Oct. t. (By the Associat
ed Press.) Some enburr,us$mer' has
beeil tUeed 'he ftrelgn office by the
publication of uddresses by Sfasano
Httnihara, vice foreign minister, before
;rlous political groups Of "he diet on
developments In the negotiations with
the Lulled States relative to the Cali
fornia land question There has been
a tacit agreement between Washington
and Toklo that the governments would
not make public stiteinenla regarding
tli. pecolii i. 'ns which are continuing
It Ik understood that talks given by
If. Mankliara to political 1 aders have
been a sort of concession to politicians
who hae been demanding lo.cs secrecy
In diplomatic mattery. They ha ben
of a conftdentbx nature, ha;, neverthe
less, full reports ha e been published
by newspaper;' here. In this connec
tion, the vice foreign minister haf
i.iMle a M--jue.t that a tatement be
published thai newspaper reports of
his uddrcxs before the Kcnukt party
In the house of peers on (ictober 16
were distorted versions of his remarks
and attributed to htm statements he
did not make
II, ll.inlhara, speaking on t ctober
1 '. v. ifl reported to have declared that
measures taken to check the antl-Jap-
ani BS niovement In CallfornlM had been
futile He was said to have d -dared
that 'i 'i' referendum measure should
be adopted by the California voters
there viould be an appeal to the su
it, mc court by Japanese residents of
that s-tatc. B demand for the nullill
cation of the law as an infringement
on the Japanese-American treaty and
negotiations for a new convention be
tween Japan and the (Jotted States.
COLBY'S RUSSIAN STORY
DENIED BY H. G. WELLS
LONDON, uct. JS H, G. Wells, I
the author, whose name was referred
b Secretary of State Colby In refer
ence to the vlult of Washington D. :
VandcrMp to KussIh. haa issued a for
mal tdatement to the press denying
t h correctness of reports made by
i".an E Young. United tSi-tes com
missioner for the Baltic provlncw, srta-
tniDe.i at ttlpja, conoernlni conersa
tion which Wells was reported to have
had with Nikolai Lx-ninc about Van-1
derllp s proposal.
Secretary Colby's statement. Issued
October 2t. said the Young report
Stated that Lentne had informed Mr.
Wells that Nandcrllp had claimed to
represent Senator Harding. Senator
Harding in a statement denied knowl
edge of Vanderl'.p.
to Kuston station. it w.t cstlm.tt.-.i
that 3000 persons took part in It. A'
priest ut the head of the procession
recited prayers. Great crowds lined
the street-, preserving a respectful at
titude. The Sinn Fein colors were plentiful
ly In evidence, but no banners were
displayed. The whole procession was
SSMmbled and carried through without
any trouble developing.
Three ,f the nine cir.j the train
bftann '.e lord mayor s fod (,, t0
I I" : icl w re luaderl with pohc a.- lbCi
train left Euston ststiou.
Miss Sadie Farris and Mrs.
Annie O'Louqhlin Seri
THREAT OF SUICIDE
THOUGHT TO BE JOKE
Police Think Domestic Trouble
Prompted Action by
Miss Sadie rarris. IS years old. 24?;
Twenty-Sixth street, and Mrs Annie
O'LoUKhlip, IT eurs old. 7 71 Twenty-'
fourth stre, ; atU mpted to end their,
lives shortly before midnight, by drink-.
Ing the contents of u small bottle ofi
, tlnciure f iodine. The girls are now1
at the Dee hospital. Their condition
la Slightly improved (his morning.
Mrs. O'lvOUghlln and Miss Karris a: -tended
a dance last evening. Jake.
Vndct&on a friend or Ml ''arris, was
shown the Lottie arid hem-d the girls'
declaration mat they Intended to drlnii
It, according to the polici
Sorgvant A. M Kdw.Ards, Detective
r.verru Noble and Chauffeur Kd Hut
lerfleld are seeking to discover the'
niotixe for the drini.lng ,l the poison.
Anderson said the girls left the
dance hall during intermission and,
purchased the Iodine.
i. liti s . KINK POt6o&
!''ollow;ng the dance. Ander:fiii and
the two glrlr, walked along Twentv-
fourth street toward Grant avenue and
a noodle parlor. After turning the'
corner of Grant avenue and Twentj -fourth
street, the two girls ran Into
:.n allei leh:.id the Grant noodle par
lor and drank the poison.
Anderson made an effort to siop
hem tun eot.id not. . The then enUnd
tho nouuie purlor. uder, .Jn notified I
While the girls hud shown him the'
lodlr." und declared that thev would
drink It, Anderson said hr thought'
thai i hey were joking
When the police arrived the two1
girls were In great pahj. Thev were
taken to the police station and loctor
V. I'. Barton was called. After purg-tne.-
had been given ihe girls, they!
were removed to the hospital
im IMJSSTK I ; u Bl I
Domestic trouble Hr th only
cause to which the attempt of Mrs. i
'Ixiughlin can be attributed. she
and her husband separated some time'
: 'her w, ri reunited. Yester
day afternoon Mrs. i Ixjughlln packed
her clothes and departed from her'
t,uan0" last night Donald,
"houghitn was present His wife!
did not pay any attention to him It is
I N I Kits sl ti N, pA( ,
In the absence of an real trouble
in the case o,' Miss Farris. the police
believe that hc was prompted to
swallow the poison through her friend -1
ship with the married woman, takingl
the attitude that life would not be!
w-orth Ulng without the companion
ship of the other.
Tincture of iodine Is a deadly pols '
on. hut deatfa . nmfs slowly and tho
person taking the drug suffers greatly I
as the poison begins to acl
MEXICAN FOREIGN OFFICE
TOLD OF SLAIN YANKEES
MEXICO CITY. Oct. jjupre-
sn tat ions were mad.- to the Mexican
foreign office ye?terda fcv Matthew
A. Henna, acting Knilcd State charge
d affaires here, relative to the killing
and robbing of two Americans Xrthur
Mosley and Gustave 8alaJier. at the'
hand of seven armed men near Tam
pico recently. Mr Ilanna asked the
Mexican guvernment to apprehend and
punlsn the criminals and it is under
stood claims for damages will be filed
TORCH LIGHT PARADE FOR
COOLIDGE IN NEW YORK
NKW YORK. Oct. 28. An old-time!
torch light parade up Fifth avenuo to-l
night will r. ature the culmination of
a day s campaigning here by Governor'
Kalvm I'oolldge. of MaKSachusetLi?. Ke-
pubjiean rice presidential nominee
Charley H Sherrill. grand marshal1
of the parade, declared there would be
75,000 marchers and 100 bands In
FIRST SNOW OF SEASON
FALLS IN MILWAUKEE
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Out CS. The'
first snow of the season In Milwau
kee fell this morning but melted as1
rapldl) a it reached the ground. The
government ihermomeier reglhlered S3
degrees at 7 a m.
FOR FIRST TIME
NEW YORK, Oct. 28 Many
European children, born during'
the lean war years, will enjoy
the taste of sweets next Christ
mas for the first time in their
lives as a result of price de
clines in thi3 country.
Because of lower costs, the
American relief administration
innounced it would add two
s.nd one-fifth pounds of sugar
and one pound of cocoa to all
packages bought with Hoover
food drafts beginning Novem
The food draft? purchasable
in 5000 banks in America, can
be drawn to an individual in
Europe or the relief administra
EFFORTS 10 BUY
Evidence of Efforts in Utah.
Campaign Manager Says
CHICAGO. Oct. 28 J- G. Hrown
campaign manager of the National
FarnMtT-Ijabor party today Issued a
Btateinenl at party headquarters cnarg
Ing that a huge jack pot had beer:
prepared in the western states with
the object :i seeking to buy out the
candidates on the Farmer-Labor
"In Iowa," the statement said, "the
Democrats arc using every influence
to liiivc Harry Cowles, the Farmer
i,.ihor candidate for United States sen
ator, and other liberal candidates
withdraw from the race in their ruvor.
"We have some evidence that Simi
lar efforts are hemg made in L'tah.
bit would not bo justified In any as
sertion as to their origin. We are
worklnc on he case In that state now "
Mr. Brown said
"In some cases, however, we have
evidence that will bear out our charcea
and reveal the sources of the pressure
being brought to bear against our
candidates It the tactics continue,
we will plai such evidence before the
attorney general in each slaf- "
CHIEF QUIZZED ON
WHISKEY RING PROBE
CHICAGO. Oct 28 John J.
Garrltv. chief of police, was called
before the federal grand Jury in
vestigating the liquor ring today
to t-U what he knows about al
leged corruption of tho police de
partment Garrity was supoenaed
yrarterdav following hi refusal to
surrender affidavits gathered In
his Investigation of the charges.
The papers were turned orer to
the district attorney office today.
SILK PRICES TAKE
ANOTHER TUMBLE ON
TOKIO. Oct. 28. By The As
sociated Press.! The Yokohama
silk ex hange was closed yester
day when the prices dropped be
low the minimum fixed by the
buying syndicate. The officials
of the exchange are in consulta
tion with the -.) crnment regard
ing thS situation.
The general depression In the
silk Industry ia continuing
STRIKE OF MINERS
IN COLORADO SHUTS
MANY COAL FIELDS
DEN'VEH. Colo.. Oct. 28. Optra
tions In all but four mines in tne
northern Colorado coal fields
ceased this morning as a result of
a strike of miners for increased
wagon ind a working agreem.n'.
according to reports t ecehed hsi -Tho
foar rc'ns operating ha
unexpired contracts with th- tin
ted Min Workers of Aincnc
HAR0IN6 CAMPAIGN COSTS j
! TO EXCEED THREE MILLION;
! DEMOCRATS RAISE $878,831
'New York About the Only City,
Giving Much Toward
Election of Cox
NEW YORK, Oct. 28. Total re
ceipts by the Democratic national
committee to October 25 for the con-
duct of the preesnt campaign amount
to $$78,831.24. according to an an-
nouncement today by Wlibur W.
Ifarehi the party's national treasurer. j
This figure. Mr Marsh said, wosj
today submitted according to the
requirements of the corrupt practices
law to the Kenyon committee Investi
gating campaign contribution-- and ex-
pndltures In Chicago.
The sum collected, th lfnioratie ,
treasurer stated, is constituted elmosjt
I entirely of contributions to the cam-;
I paign fund, with the exception of'
150,00p which was borrowed Other
sources, which aggregated collections
I of only few hundred dollars, in-
eluded the sale of the campaign text
book, refunds from adxertising, und,
'such small items.
si in; st lis ' H I B TED
The statement Itemizes moneys re
ceived by the headquarters in New
I York, Chicago and San Francisco uls I
; well as thf women's bureau. Of the
total $660,481 .33 was collected in New 1
York, while San Francisco showed an
! aggregate fund of but IlbfiT.. The wo-'
men's bureau was responsible for the
collection of $sr.4i."0. Chicago col-1
lested S8. 041.51. Disbursement b
the entire organiitlon up to the same'
j time, as shown by the statement.
amount to 8ft8,34B.09, with New York
I bearing; by far the heaiest burden,
Chicasjo a sum slightly less than Its,
; receipts and rian FrunclBco nJi expense i
i pproxirnatel) i ipht times th amount
! yj, fin,0s KaoaLwad. Kupnlng the wo
men's burenu for Lbe entire "nmpaign(
u daiM com but $io3? so. the state
A( count books of the tresurer's of-
fice also shdw contributions up to
j October as follows:
Nat urai'.zed citizens' . bureau $.rjl 19;
organization bureau $23-18 6". women's
bureau $12,022.80: tree jrer's statis
tii i! $1403.26; general $2210 10; pnb-;
licit - $il 188.8.131.52 ; total commitments i
$13H. 851. CP.
In addition to funds already re-,
celved, Mr. Marsh s statement includ
ed a ineniorahcHiui to the effect that
two individuals had pledged $25,000
each, to pay tho expanses of advertis- j
ing books relating to the , league of
Individual eontrlVitlons. Including
that Of President Wilson for $500 and I
Mrs. Wilson for $100, ranged from
$12.500.by Thomas L,. Cliuiiuoumo, of;
New Lork. to five cents by John Dun
can, of Woodsville, N. fl Thousands I
of contrlb itors are listed in the Demo-1
cratic statefnont. and Include persons'
in all stations of life.
i OX GIVES 5oOOo
Governor i 'ox. Democratic candidate
for president, contributed I6S0Q while
his running mate. Franklin V. Roose-1
VOlt, gave $3000 Other contributions:
William (-. M. Adoo $1000 August
' Belmont. New York. $S0O0, James W. j
Gerard, former ambassador to Crer-'
nian . $2000; John W. DaVla, ambassa-
Idor to Great Britain. $1000; Bernard
M. Barnch $j000; Alton B. Parker,
onco Democratic candidate for presi
dent, $100. Vance C McCormlck. for-)
mer ch.Lirman of the Democratic na-'
nonal committee, $3500. Homer a.
CummlngS, another former chairnxan,
$6".2 r,6; Senator Hitchcock, of Ne
braska, $1000; Ralph r'ulltaer. pub-'
lisber of the New York World. $1000,
W L. Douglas, mlllionatre shoe rnanu-'
facturer of Brookllne, Mass.. $3000, :
Remembr-andt Baele. Canolltown Pa '
$10,000 Charles R. Crane, New York, j
$7500; Francis Burton Harrison, go -ernor
general of the Philippines.
$5000, Cleveland H Dodge. New York,
$5000 Thomas I Chadhourne. jr J
$"500; Thomas Fortune Rvan ?5000
Allan A Ryan $5000; Nathan Straus
$5000; Cyrus McCormick. Sr.. Chi-1
cago. $5000 Mrs. Crus McCormlck
-V . $4000; Mrs. Franklin D Rooe-'
velt $100 Ira Morris. Chicago. $5000.,
Many contributions of $500 each,
were received to "match tho pre.si
dent.' Mr. Marsh ald. uddlng that
these subscriptions had materially in
creased the Democratic fund.
PARLEY P. GREETED
BY CROWD IN SEATTLE
SEATTXJD, Wash., Oct. 28. Parley I
P. Chiistensen, Farmer-Labor parts
caudidate for president. In an address
here, declared the people "are as much I
industrial slaves as were the black I
men of fift-. -an- ago.'' and said his'
party "Is working for a great solidar
"There are but two classes at this
time." said Mr Chrislensen. "the ex-'
plotted and the exploiters. Socialism
i I bigger than any party. It is the ;
great reservoir w hich Is tapped for neu '
ideas. Wilson went into it for his'
platform and program.'
Mr. ''hrlstensen wus greeted by a1
MISS PANKHURST GIVEN
SIX MONTHS IN PRISON
LONDON, Oct. 28. Sylvia Pank
hurst. who was arrested on October
I? charged with attempting to cause
edition in the navy by publishing and
editing a new-paper. The Worker's
Dreadn.iught. on October C. was sent
enced todej to six-rnonth imprison
Blent on conviction rf the offense. !
Fully 50,000 Persons Contrib- j
ute to Republican Committee, i
Upham Report Shows
CHICAGO. Oct. 28 The Republican
national ommittee's campaign to elect
Warren G Ilardinj; president will cost
$3.442.8?2.32. Fred W. I'pharn. na-j
tlonal treasurer of the party, notified I
the senate committee appointed to in- j
et:gate earn paign expenditures ln a'
report filed with the committee here
Of this sum, $3.U42.J2 32 had been
spent up lo the close of buslnc.-s Sun
day, uctober 24. and Mr. L'pham esti
mated the expenditures in the closing
wees of the campaign at fOO,000 ad
ditional. The report shows that $301.
3S.1S was .spent between October 18
When a report was filed with the clerk
ot the house of representatives in
Washington and October 2 4, the date
of today's report.
Bl lx. I l I l EDED
The total estimated tost of the cam
paign 13,442,893.82 is consld-rably
in excess of the Republican budget of
$.", 07?. 037. jo pre.-?. m.., i to the senate
committee at a hearing berB last Aug
ust. but Mr. 1 phani explained that the
disbursements covered the period from
June I t while the budget included only
expenditures from July 1. About $200,-
000 was spent between June 14 and
July 1, Mr. I'pham's office estimated,
leaving the estimated disbursements
from Jul 1 to November approxi
mated 18218.000, iibout tljft.OOO In
excess oCthe estimated budget.
Contributions received since June 14
total $,31 vTOG.OS or SIJ.J,' - ' lesr,
ithaii the amount expended, Mr l'p
ham's re),or'. hows. Of the amount
collected $1.793,554 .fi-i wti dexoled di
rectly to the national, Canipalgu under
1 the direction of the national commit
tee. The remaining Ji. 121.14 9.5 1 was
returned to the states, in which it ".us
raised, in accordance with an agree
ment whereby the national committee
solicited all funds for boOi slato and
national campaign purpose?.
SOME GIVE Siooo.
Since Mr. l'pham presented his last
report to the senate comipJtieo here on
August 3" In which he showed sixteen
contributions exceeding the $1000 laid
down by Chairman Will u Uas there
have been sixteen such contributions
fr-2in individuals and two from lubs,
today's report shows. Yh" eighteen
donation total $52,4 7Q . 56;and includ
ed: Hardinga 'oolldgc club Tulsa,
Okla . $10,000; Hamilton Club, t'bl-..-,).
$',.120 . James B. Smith. Sail
K.-ancisco. $5000, S. G. Kenneth, Tulsa,
ckla. $5000, William Sacks. Tulsa,
kta. $2500; Percy K. Magee. Tulsa.
ikla., $25o0. Thomas Vach, St. Louis
Mo, $3500; ijeorge M Reydolds; Chi
cago, $2000. Howaid and Hcdger. Ab
erdeen. S. D.. $1500. Jqiui ( Gilllland.
Tulsa, Ukla.. $1500. and It. S. Lewis,
1-argo. N D.. $1000
In sererul Instances members of the
same famll nave given contributions
of $1000 each. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
T. Crocker. San Francisco, and four
other members of the Crocker family
and four members of the Spreckela
family. alAQ of San Francisco, are "
HARDING OONTKIBIM l -s
Senator Warren G Harding and
Governor Calvin Coolldge. his running
male, each gase $1000. as did Fred
W Upham, the Republican nation il
treasurer, and Charles p. Tali, ot Cin
cinnati, brother of ex-President Taft
There are several hundred $1000 con
tributions. Mr. L'pham's office estimated there
were approximate 150,000 contribu
tors 'o the campaign chest. The
smallest ontrlbutlons listed are of 86
ejents There are thousands of 25, 50;
7-5 cent and $1 donations. Kleven Chi
cago women give 6 2 cuts each. why.
no one in Mr. L'pham's office knew.
With his report Mr. l'pham filed a
sworn affidavit answering a series of
written questions put to him b the
senatorial committee. The affidavit
sets forth that ' the umount to be ex
pended by the national committee for
the further purposes of the campaign
does not exceed tne sun! ot $400,000
which Is the aggregate sum unexpend
ed of the appropriation provided for
in II,. ,. . nf Ih.i nnmmillf
i m ( N PAID ii 1. 1 B.
The report shows no pledges of aid
to make up any deficit that may exist
after election, but the affidavit states
that "the committee does, however,
contemplate the continuation of its
campaign for funds with which to dis
charge Its unpaid debts."
Answering Tne committee question
"is there an agreement pertaining to
the underwriting of obligations which
ma be hereafter Incurred by the com
mittee, or any of its officers or
agents "' the treasurer said there way
Jn response to another question, the
"I know of no committee, associa
tions, organizations or individuals who
are contributing or who have promised
or agreed to contribute to Ihe fu.an' UU
aid and prosecution of the campaign
for the election of a president, vice
president or members of the United
Stutes senate or of the hou.e of r.p
reOSntatiTCS other than the Republi
can national committee, tho national
senatorial committee, the national con
gressional committee and the individ
uals who have contributed to the na
tional committee and whose contribu
tions have been detailed In the a
counts heretofore filed, except the reg
ularly organized committees of the
partv within the various stateis."
UNIONS URGED I
Bl LEADERS TO I
ACCEPT TERMS I
Advance of Two Shillings Per
Shift Provided in
WAGE BOARD WILL I
ACT ON PROPOSITION
Miners Pledge Themselves to
Cooperate for an In
LONDON. Oct. 28 (By th Aso
'utrrj Press. The strike -f oal
I miners throughout England and Wales
I was settled this afternoou. hut the fH
settlement is contingent on a ballot or
I the miners. H
1 rank HodR.'-, member of the H
rv executive body, annouuetd
Wo have got term; from the. gov-e-nment
which the executive i sub
' mltting to a ballot, of the men v
heir Judgment. The executive is rec-
ommend.ng their adoption as a tern- H
i porary measure until a national wages fH
I board is established."
The terms which tlA executive body
of th- miners Is i roomniendlnK to the
:non provide for an advance of two
shillings per shift for persons of eigh
teen years of age with a. correspond
ing advance for young r mlr.era Th
miners pledge themselves to co-opoi-ate
to the fullest extent to obtain an
I Increased output.
. OO ' BSSSSsI
BRITON DEFENDS OFFER
TO GERMAN PROFESSOR j
Li XDON. OcM. 2S Robert Bridge.-.
I British oo'! htureb(e and chief mover
j in forwarding the Germ.tn professors
, on October IT an appea! for recon-
ciliation. has sent a letter to the PH
I London Times, defending himself and
I his fellow signers against an ava- bH
lanche of criticism.
"The communication was signed,"
I ho wriles, by those on our side whos
J patriotism has not settled down inl
indiscriminate personal suspicion or
ill will, and it appeals confidently to
j the same class on the other side, it
-s'- Intention of the signers of tos J
appeal (o encourage the moderate)
In Germany, which has aiwnysj
J deplored the Chauvinistic policy lead.
ins HP ' be pie..' war H
I ' People here tall: a.s if they would
; readily forgive the Germans if there
were nothing to forgive. They did not
see that it is the Tact that we were
So terribly Injured that makes our
! forgiveness so necessary and so pow-
0BREG0N URGES LAWS TO
GUARD FOREIGN CAPITAL
MEXICO CITY. Out. 28. Passage
I of laws stimulating foreign investment
and immigration was urged by General
! Alvaro Obregon, president-elect of
Mexico, in an address before a point
session of the Mexican congress yes-
terday. General Obregon repeated his
recent statements declaring his friend
I Uneea towards foreign capital in this
I Disapproval of the government's f
'annourced agrarian plan, which con-
templates the dissolution of large es-
tales and the Inauguration of tho
small fttxm Idea throughout the '-
public was olced by tho speaker.
He declared the country was not yet
ready for this undertaking.
MEXICAN STATE GOVERNOR I
ARRESTED FOR MURDER
MEXICO CITY. Oct. 28. Carlos
Green, governor of the state of Tabas- H
co, was arrested In San Juan BauttS 4H
I La. capital of that state, yesterday,
' upon orders from General I' Klias
icalles. ministe r of war.
I His arrest followed a proclamation
by the national senate that the gov-
rnor"s offn iui acuut because of
I Green's responsibility for the shooting
and killing of two deputies and the
wounding oi four other persons at the
'state capita! of Tabasco on Monday
CHINA BARS AGENTS OF
FAR EASTERN REPUBLIC
I PEKING, uct. 27. 'By The Asso
! elated Press, i Efforts of the mission
from the Far Eastern republic of B -
berla. headed by M. Yoorln, to lease
I a private residence In this city for
' headquarters have been blocked by the
1 Chinese government, according to re-
liable Information. The contract for
the building was on the point of being
i l when the government Inter
ironed, it is said.
U. S. WARSHIP IN DISTRESS
OFF N. CAROLINA COAST
WASHINGTON. Oct. 28 The dc
stroyer lvherwood Is in distress off
the North '-Carolina coast and a de
Stroyer and a coast guard cutter have Pl
been sent to her aid.
A wirrb-as message from an un
identified merchant vessel picked up
todav by the navy department said
he : sherwood wa-M "oul of water" ten
miles southwest of Cape lookout, but
gave no detail.