Newspaper Page Text
F,ftih VMr-nJiir OGDEN CITY, UTAH SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P.M
I AMERICAN MISSION CAPTURED BY SOVIETS
m TELLS SF Ri!!D
Hjfl Work of Dam.TJinq Property
Cnned on Systematically
1 by Gang
Asou.th Dec'a-es Evidenoe of
Outr:1, by Trocps Is
0 vci vvhcljiiing
The Associated Press) The sacking,
of this town en Wrdnesday nlgbt by
- uniformed nun ranks with tin r.
B l cent ral'' at r.iil'ri.'nn. Mallow and
H f Tubbercurry. arointing to accounts j
H U given to The Aseoclaied Prcaa by eye I
!j nlltirnei today. The damage which ,
H' was tarried out systematically Is said
J to have been under the direction of
, an officer and rai part otfin extension '
H j t, murder of several policemen in
B i thu district Sunday and Monday.
H 1 Eleven Ionics whl h made up th'-,
H' raiding part, Stopped tkVKK a. the Ml-
B' j arv of KdgewortbetoWn. where uev-j
I riding .i 'i-i' WJ! "l"'1', , N;,xVi
nard rtstied iu 13 build Ings
' ; rr burned here. The laat vtllagi
. iuid.-d w.va uuii.na.i-o, adjacent to
2 J Granard where the raiders ran tnio
f f un ambush of volunteer, losing three
f 9 mm and Ov wounded. Thej then:
1 wore forced to retire.
1 X1U. griding pany tatered Uranard
1 al ii:jo Oclotk Wednesday nlgnt and
1 I proceeded immediately 10 the poiicu
barracks. All but two f tut lorrh s
were placed at strati gic pis.ilons to
H - nrevgfil a sui prise altaCK. npiia.j.g '
fll hp,. lid. lit was told Ighl soldiers ac-
BLbbVI 9 part In the reprisals.
V ! 9 A former soldier, one of tin- haml-
H j I fui of the population rouiainlng m tho '
i loan .i:tr tie shooting litu tolling
LLH j "m her on Sunday night In his account
H j 9 of Wednesday iintnt'n ruiu en Gra-
H j m nard. mi.I the i u. , unlfoi'ined,
H j B wore heitneta and capie and
H j eoniniHtided by a Lall officer In a
H'; '"The burning parlies walked back
IH; after tln lr viali to the barraclu, cur-
1 1 tying rtflei and two bawla gunc; some
11 of ih m were playing uelodeoni ami
H U meUth organs. lie d. elaieil. "Ma-
H Ui- mills
i W the county hail. Then the raidere
H ; m fired seveial hundrtd nlm'y. - I 1 -
Brl entl to frighten tin elizct. .v.l
H S of tin-in aeoniod porfectl sober. There
H i M do ahou fired after first f ua
; li sUade. No explosives were used, the
I L building which burnt befarj
v . wb
: of tin raid laid i . b .
Curtain of Cork. Inspector KcMeg-
Hl J her was etmidinj at the door of tnc
HIM makid men nteied and Kiiot him:
I HI v V II U v
IXI LQKDOK. Nov. a. in a apcech at
H f '
Bljt allowed, with virtual Impunity to u-
Hll gage in a campaign of organized out-
Hf rage in Ireland was overwhelming and
lil IrrealstOble. All apic al to pai II. inn i.l,
Hllli he said, was user -
HR ) AiiudinK to atatcmenta Httribut"d
to him advocating a separata tvatrj for
Hu Ireland, the fiinm r premier i xpl I
HH be never Intended that Ireland should
ni have anything not granted the great
QN dominions and he would make it an
HB absolute condition that the Imperial
pppBH navy should aKva;rf have free access
Hl Should Ireland be 111 advtbed en-'
Hjm viKh to start her own nav. added
t an Imperial council. i
ii w v
W LONDON. Nov. 6. Premier Hughes!
HI during a debate on the Australian
JAWHW parllamtnf today on the Irish
j the govcrnuunt policies in Ireland '
nlH "aid he COUId aik Australia tc!
B j rensur- Kngland in :he face of th
SHsfJlf Sinn Fein crimes.
W The Austialian parliament, declared
1 feinier Hughea, was not prapan
I M,"tJ QUietl by while endeavors
Banj hi opinion, settlement of the Irish
H I ri t i oxn ki i
11 IH-Hl.l.N. N,,v ,i,y Thr.A-..
11 U ited Preaa.) The Irish peace eoiv-,
li li rerance which Is un uhsoclatlon of mod-
wal oi-ut.- Iruhnieii of all p.iti.. Peking!
wli to solve the homo rulo problem, his
PJ-I written another latter to Premier
j II J Lioid Qeorge. axpreaatng the view
j II that the Situation hag beet) materially
J I Changed by the premier s latest pto-
1 i of gin eminent poll. and
Hj J I uticmg the conviction of the
HHJ 1 '.hat parliament as now con-
HHj ' j 'ted does not sufficiently repm-
"j Irish people to frame an
ci ptable constitution for Ireland.
li is suggested that parliament
liji-'-" should establish a constituent
Ht I 'f Proportii!ial represmi..'
ij ,l,at Inland be given COmpleb
s 1 1 anckal Independence.
DAUGHTER TO WED
' ' ' j
a rr-" '
NEW YORK MiaS Elizabeth Har
lison, youngeat dimghter of the late
Benjamin Hanison. preaident of the
I'nl'ed Stut-h. ami Mrs. Harri..n of
Indl '.ariulls and New York. Is soon
to become the bride of James Blain
U'ulkcr. Jr., a g.-:inu-nephew of the
late James G. Itlalnc, xcretary of
hlniMlf a andidatc for Pffci,lleit
it,M rir.afr rtev.TTnrl ft
r'snn is a lawyer nr.d has been ad
initt' d to tho bur li New York and
Indiana. She Bays her marring- will
not Interfere with h r law practice.
FOR 'GERE' DEBS
Procificnt Be ieves Clemency
Would Establish Unwise
Precedent Is Report
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.- President
Wilson Is understood to have no In
tention of pardoning Eugene V. Debs,
who Is serving a ten years' sentence
In the federal penitentiary at Atlanta
for violation of the espionage act.
The position taken ly the president,
according to those who profess to
know his views. Is that executive clom-
i In such a case would le sutiirg
a Lad precedent and would encourage
others to oppose the government in the
eent of another war.
lcls Was coiniet.il at Cleveland on
September 12, 1918, on three counts, a
Jury finding him guilty of attempting
to Incite Insubordination and di'y
alty In the mllltar) and naval forces.
attempting to obstruct recruiting and
uttering language tending to Incite,
provoke and encourage resistance to
the L'n.te.l States and to promote the
cause of the euem)
A pardon for Debs and others con
victed of violating the espionage act
has le n urged by a number of organ
izations. Including the American Ped-
ration of libor. which at Its last an
nual convention at Montreal Canada,
authorized a committee to confer with
Attorney General Palmer on the matter.
KEMTUCKIAN AGAIN HELD
FOi, MURUtR OF WOMAN
HARLAN, Ky.. No ti. Although
r. l. 1 eni t.efuiv iur lack of evi
dence implicating him with the mur
der jtt Mliis l.ur.i I 'arsons, a school
i. ienr. on a lonely mountain trail
near here September 7. Dr. H. C. Whi
nes, a Stat-- v.'teriuaiiaii, has been ar
restd and again charged with slay
County authorities, however, have
refused to divulge th. now turn In
their investigation which caused the
arrest of Dr. Wlnnce.
James Kohtnson, u negro, also Is
held in connection with the murder.
MORE BLOOD FLOWS
IN YUCATAN DISTRICT
IfSXICO CITY. Nov. 6. Further
clashes between Socialists and Liberals
tn Yucatan, arising out of the state
election t'ier-. were reported yeatsr-
day In dispatches from Merlda. It
wo staled SSVecaJ pereOBS were deud
lnd - i i'ou :ded .is a result of the
plumed battle on Thuradaj night.
K.-der.il troops have been rushed to
tin lllage.H of Teeoch and Mo'.Ul.
where the d iminst rut Ions seiined to
bv most s.-rloiis. The troops ar un
it r orders to quell disturbances, bill
not to fire upon mobs unles the emer
gency demands such ucliou.
PRESIDENT-ELECT ON VACATION I
MEN OF SECRET
I G JSROilG
PresicJc:it-e!ct Already Work
iiif) 0u D ails nf Admm
SOCIETY OF NATIONS
WILL EE DISCUSSED
Several Friends of Senator
Accomaany Him on Recrea
tion Trip to Texas
HARDING'S SPECIAL. TRAIN. Nov.
Starling for a month's vac itlon trlP
1 to southern Texas anl Panama. Presi
dent-elect Harding today lui.l asido
' '.he last cares of tho "pre 'b ntial cam
paign for an interim of real rest and
recri ation before he takes up serlouslv
' the responsibilities of his coming ad
Although hie mind already la at
work upon the preliminary details of
J ilia firi-t udmiiii. ration policy gad l
plan for a new association of nations,;
Mr. Harding docs not propose to lot.
he tanks Interfere with hia outipg. lie
for him, but his firat contc-r -m. j to re
ceive idvtce v 11 not take place until,
iafler he ret.irns to Marion, about De
CABIN T TO WAIT.
The president-elect has made It
known that a compilation of opinions
: on the association of nations' propos
al will be his first concern, in prepar
ing for his responsibilities at Wash
ington, taking precedence over hi"
I choice of a cabinet Cabinet appoint
ments h- hs announced, will not be 1
1 given any thought at all during his va-'
Ths spot ial train carrying Senator)
and Mrs. Harding and their party left
1 Marion at 7:30 this morning. Pound
for Point Isabel, Texas, the t-oQlhorn-
I most tip of continental l ulled S1.1t
where the president-elect will spend
twelve days hunting and fishing. Af
tSI that he Is to make an ocean voyage
to the canal Bohe and then back to a
port on the' middle Atlantic coast. He,
will speak In itedf.ird, Vn.. on Decom
ber "1 and will go immediately from
I there to Marlon.
LOSE T BORDER.
Making the trip south by way of
si. Lfouls and Antonio, the sena
I tor'H train will reach I rrownsv ille, Tex
aSi Monday morning and the party will
i motor from there to Point Isabel 20
iniles away, and only six miles from
, the Mexican boundary.
Guests of Mr. and Mr. Harding on
the trip wire Hurry M. Daugherty.
J manager of the Harding pre-conven-i
' tlon campaign. Senator Krellnghuyssn,
o' .v. vv Jersey, Hall of Maine. Bukins.
j of West Virginia and Kdward B Mc-1
Ln in, the Washington publisher. His
secretary. George B. Christian, Jr., and
his family physician, Dr. c. e. S&w
' yer. and a group of secret service men
, ami newepaper men were also on the'
j special tr ain.
K 1 K) -t -.1 l li 1 M EX.
The secret service detail, assigned
to Mr. Harding us soon as he WSJ
1 elected to the presidency, was In'
j charge of Miles McCahlll. formerly of'
'the White House staff at Washington.
James Sloan, a former secret service
! man who has acted as the senator's
1 unofficial bodyguard during the cam
paign, will he retained in that capa
city In co-operation with the guard de- 1
1 tailed officially by secret service h ad
GENERALLY FAIR AND
COLD WEEK PREDICTED
WASHINGTON. Nov. 6 Weather
predictions for the week beginning"
Unpeg Mississippi 'and lower Mis
souri valleys: Generally fair and cold
first part of week and fair and mod
el. it,, temperatures thereafter. ,
Hooky mountain and plateau re
gions: Generally fair and cold.
I Pacific states: Generally fair and
cool. !osts likely except " In central
and southern California.
BERLIN DARK AS STRIKE
HITS CITY LIGHT PLANT
BKHLIN. Nov. C. The employes of
the munlclpally-owned electrical
I works struck lost nlsrht. leaving lier
' Itn without lights or street car serv-
Power and lUrht plant employes at
. Beuthen, tu Silesia, also struck. The
newspuperi were forced to suspend
RICCI NAMED ITALIAN
AMBASSADOR TO U. S.
ItoME. Nov. . Appointment of
Kolaml Klcel as Italian ambassador
to the United States, which Was re-i
Jcently reported by newspapers here,
has boon officially confirmed.
OWNER OF ROAD
WINDSOR. Out.. Nov. 6.
Rev. J. p. L Sprackiin. pastor
of the Sandwich Mission church
and a special license inspector,
detained in the Sandwich jail
following the shooting to death
today of Beverley Trumbull,
proprietor of an inn known as
The shooting OMOrred during
a raid upon the inn.
Rev. Spracklin and live of his
I assistants had broken their
.vay into the roadhouse
through a rear window, after
heir way hid been baired. they
a.d, by locked doors. The
zhooting occurred as Spracklin
sncoumered T rumble in a hall
way on the first floor. Accord
ing to me-ubsrs of the raiding
party, TiumDie levelled r. r
volver at opracklin end the lat
er fire .1 in self-delence.
TUBE SHTS II
But Election Returns Show
G. 0. P. H? Decisive Con
trol of Government
NEW Yi'UK. Nov. 6. Results of
last Tuesda) 's election In three of
the nation's 435 congressional districts
remained undetermined today as the
fifth day of tabulating the Republican
party's tremendous sweep was begun.
The missing dlstriots were the L'ird
Ni a York eighth Minnesota and fifth
Missouri. In all of which the vote for
represenatives apparently vlll be close.
Tho Republican-, with 200 members
In the house of representatives already I
assured, to isk Democrats, one Social-!
1st. one Independent, one independent j
Prohibitionist, and one Independent
Republican, were claiming success In j
all three of the undetermined districts.
They also were predicting upsets in J
the fourth and eighth districts of Ten- ,
nessee which had been placed earlier I
In the Democratic column.
Victories In all five of these districts I
would give the Republicans a total of
2?.r seats and would cut the Democrat
ic total to 136. while the best possi
ble results for tho Democrats would
give them a total of only 141 to 230
for the Republicans.
BOWERY MISSION WITH
VERY LITTLE TO DO
KYV YORK. Nov. 6. The fa
mous Bowery' mission, which for
-i 1 fears has cured for the flot
sam and Jetsam of humanity 011
New York's lower East side, an
nounced today that owing to pro
hibition, its activities have been
limited and henceforth It would
endeavor to help Americanize the
city's immense foreign papula- 1
' With the passing away of so
many saloons." the announcement
said "this notorious thorough- I
fare has taken on utterly changed
GERMANY THINKS OF
CLOSING SOME OF
ITS BIG UNIVERSITIES
LONDON. Nov. 6. Considera
tion Is belnic given by the German
government of the advisability of
closing the German universities of
Halle. Grlefswald and Marburg,
according to an Amsterdam dis
patch to the Exchange Telegraph
company quoting lierlln advices.
It1s said tills step would be taken
for reasons of economy, but that
It would be possible to support fi
nancially the universities of Co
logne. Bonne. Heidelberg and I
R ULRI i i 1 OBC1 (IT.
j UAPAYETTE. I ml . Nov fi. Notices'
.-i,. im.si,-,, t.i.l.ij t the Mo:. on rail
road shops here announcing u 25 perl
OSnl reduction in the working force
!of the locomotlv,. department to take'
lefreel November 10. This Is the sec
onJ cut since September. The new or-1
der will put 150 men out of work
Games Thrown Bui. Practice
Was Not General. Is
PASTIME CAN BE KEPT
CLEAN. JURY ASSERTS
Story of One Pitcher Cited as
Example ol General
CHICAGO, Nov. 6. Th special
, grand Jury Investigating baseball this
morning r turned Ita final report In
whWh It stated that "while evidence
has be n found that some panics were
thrown by players, the practico was
not general and the leaden m organ
ized baiebnll Bit) l. relied upon to
k p the game above suspicion "
J KY REPORT.
The grand jurj's report says In
"Considering the magnitude of the
enterprise and tne great number of
bail piu er engaged, we believe a
j comparatively small number of thf
I players have seen dishonest we
were gratified to find players who
imniedlatel) reported to their man
agers the suggestions of 'fixing' and,
likewise; munagft-M who Immediately
die ontlnued players who were impli
cated in any way In attempts to cor
rupt the game. The adoption of this
policy as a flx d practice, no matter
at what cost, will make Impossible
1 repetition of tne present trouble.
1. ( hi ,
''BSvidenBC was g--n the Jury of an
Instance during a game played in Chi
cago where a certain play.-r on the
'- York National league baseball'
iub offered another player a nribe
If he 'would throw that particular
game. The player to whom the bribe
was offered Immediately walked off
the diamond refusing to continue
pitching the i-'-amc.
"We earnestly commend the action I
of this player and we likewise com
mend the manager or th New rorh
club for his action on the following
day in suspending the player who
offered the bribe. In this particular
case, and notwithstanding the repre
hensible conduct of th player wiio
offered the bribe, no crime was com
mitted under the present Illinois law.
Therefore, no Indictment could be 1
rendered by this grand Jury. At this
point we call attention to a law of
t r by Senator Cummings in Ids,
iOlv. making the offering or accept-j
ing of a bribe a criminal offense. This
grand jury recommends tlm passage
of such a federal statute
POfil I M. Ol I RI -1
"The young players from the minor
league or from amateur baseball who'
and self-contempt felt by the players
lae that he occupies a position of
trust, and has entered upon an honor-j
able career, looking to baseball ns his
profession, and he must therefore con-i
duct himself in a manner that will
make his occupation one of integrity;
and high standing. If the game is!
conducted on a basis that inspires pub-1
11c confidence, young men and boys!
w-ill be encouraged to play the game
more and more, thereby developing .In 1
the youth of the country' sound bodies'
and sound minds and. what Is more.!
sound nmrals and better citizens.
N l l U IND1 I
' The Jury is impressed with the fact
that baseball Is an Index to our na-.
tlonal genius and character. The
American principle of merit and fair
play musl prevail, and It la all Im
portant that the game be clean from
the most humble player to the highest ,'
dignitary; that the business methods
and the players be equally clean and
sportsmanlike. Baseball enthusiasm'
and its hold upon the public Interest I
must ultimately stand or fall upon this
"Baseball Is more than a national:
game; It is an American institution. I
having its place prominently and slg
alficnntly In the life of the people. In
the deplorable absence of military '
training In this country, baseball anil I
other games having 'team play' spirit I
offer the American youth an agency
for development that would be entire-!
lv lacking were it relegated to the
position to which horse racing and
boxing hve fallen.
The national game promotes respect;
for proper authority, Mlf-Confidl DOS,
fair mlndedness. quick Judgment and
"The Jury thinks it advisable to
emphasize in this report the rtmorv
enter the major leagues should real-1
appearing before the grand Jury who
hud accepted bribes. Their testimony!
in thi connection was entirely volun
tary on their part and show how cheap
And petty each player felt and howl
their loss of self-respect was In no I
wise compensated by the sums that'
were accepted." I
MM Ol M R 1 V MM, 111 Rj
OAECI'TTA. Nov. 6. The rate of
discount of ths Bank of Bengal waal
raised from five to six per cert to-J
GIRL WHO WOULD
NOT FLIRT SHOT
BY TOUGH TRIO
CHICAGO. Nov. 6L BcaTil
Mi;s G.ace Prillips. 17-v?.r-oid
choir singer, and bcr tompan
mz refused to flirt with Hire?
young men, one of them shot
her in the knee last night and
the othor girls narrowly es
caper being stru:k by bullets,
the police were told today. A
posse of cithers searched the
neighborhood early today with
out finding trace ci the assoil
an'.s. jXuss Phillips, he,r sister, Bet
l'J, and another girl were re
.uming from ciio.r practi?t
v hen acco:tc:i by tho ycuiig
nun the girls tcld the police.
They hurried cn aud one oi the
cn drew a revolver anj utter
ing a throat, began shcoting.
Mote From British Government
Ends Differences Over
PARIS, Nov. 0. Differences be
tv.to.i the Uritish and French govern
ments over their divergent le.-; rela
tive to German reparations was u.i
sipaled by a note t.oni the British
government delivered at the French
foreign office personal!) !. ii.'ii
of Derby, British ambassador, 1 $t
night. Premier i: iju.-s and the am
bassador win 11. 1 1 tonight 1 1 com
plete the agreement.
it s nald at ths FYench foreign of
fice that France now approves, not
only of a Urusels con-i' nc ol allied
and German exports. bt:i also nil ad
visory meeting at Geneva of allied
representatives whlop six formerl)
opposed. There is a possibility that
th Genua. is w.ll participate In ihia
it is understood that the Geneva
meeting, whether attended by the al
lien premiers or not, draw up a
basis for action by ths reparations
commission. The decisions or !ie com
mission, according i this understand
ing, will then be submitted to a con
ference of the premiers lor finul ac
tion. It was considered piol- ilib . It v. as
addod. that tho German minister of
finance Will nttend the Geneva meeting-
BLANT0N OBJECTS TO
NAVY TAKING CRUISE
LANG don, Tex.. Nov. 6. Repre
sentative Ulanton, Democrat, Texas,
made public today an open letter to
Secretary Daniels protesting against
the announced cruises of the Atlantic
and Pacific fleets next summer. The
Atlantic fleet Is to go to South Ameri
ca and Africa and the Pacjfil 1 .
Australia and New Zealand.
Mr. blanton said that congress had
not authorized such cruises and that
naval statistics showed that "lr would
require at least seventy per cent more
coal ni)d oil than ordinary to run these
two fleets on such a cruise.
MEXICAN LABOR AND
BOSSES SIGN ARMISTICE
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 6. Declara
tion of a sixty-day armistice between
1 workmen and their employers at v -
Cruz yesterday relieved thai port,
j which has been tied up by a strike of
the stevedores and dock Workers-for
.several weeks. The agreement was
1 reached, it is declared, following p-r-Isonal
mediation by provisional I'resl-i
I dent de la Huerta.
TWO PASSENGER TRAINS
COLLIDE: 23 INJURED
BBHCKENItlDGK. Tex., Nov. 6.
Twenty-three persons were injured.!
none dungerously. when two passenger I
ir.nns on Ihe Wl' lnta Tall.-. RangSr A:
I Fort Worth railroad collided lastj
night. The Injured were brought here.
y. s. iiies I
SEIZED WHEN I
SED5 JPCE fl
Information Lacking as to I
What Americans' Have
DETAILS OF ASSAULT
ON WRANGEL GIVEN
Hundreds of Jewish Bolshevik
Commissaries Sorted and
OONSTAXTIKOPLE v.. v. 1 ll
- .m,hi ! PreeSt)"
French and Brit! b represents- tl
here iheti gov- fl
if in lieH
i 1 1' - dhould iuppori asLiiH
1 1 Wl at Porokop ami lsl
-iei fosses H
i p m fin- Crimean fvil
i I can while, fresh sep- ll
pile- t eailrldgi-H arc H
LONDON, Nov An American H
mission in south Russia has fallen H
ii i til-- forces, H
I patch today from the soviet eirpNvi7
upon th'- forces of Qeneral iH
Karon W rangol. The paragraph con- isLssssl
Coming the mission reads; IH
without a shot, an American
mission fell into our hands af the IH
So far as known the only American I
mission now in the Crimea Is an I
immunded bj M ajo
Ryden, of Kansas City, Aio liiiiiifl
There also is an American naval and IH
liploma'ie mi Hear Ad- IH
Ing ii but the ac-
fined largelj t-j the BluCk sea nr. , IBH
it is po.-vsibi . hweer. that one oi
more of Its rpereaentatlves have been
: as observers.
in southern Russia for more
1 1 -fl
j unteer army. Un the invitation of
BEHASTOI-OL. Nov. 4 (:, The
' Associated i'r -s )-: Fight divisions of
- troops, advancing from H
Nikopol on October .11 attacked both "
,.f ti,e . ini bolshevik army. ,
Ten thousand f General Budenny's ' H
wept southward as far as Bat:
ixovo. where General Wrangel's coun-
attack resulted In their surrendrt. i'H
live columns of superior soviet forces, Iisbsss!
however, continued to advance In all H
directions along the 20V mile front. I ssH
and General W tan gel wjh forced to l i)H
retreat He was suceessful In with-
drawing hi. m.n. hori.i iind supplies I BH
General Wrangel's troops. after i H
; November 2 and before their with- fH
, drawal. arc said to have sorted from
the prisoners and shot hundreds of MobH
Jewish bolshevik , ommis arh tt. us H
ue ;i8 lluiigari.tns. Kumaniuns. v.'hi- I jH
W Mllvi,o DAkh. fLIH
WASHINGTON, Nov. 0. Stale and
war department officials said lodaj
Had no knowledge of any official
American mission being within the
had ;my r - j . . t t n received by the
, two departments of a mission fulling
Into the hands of the soviet forces.
The suggestion was made unoffl
' dally that the "General Morel" report
I ed by the Moscow newspaper Pravda
as having been captured by the bol
I shevlkl. mlKht be eelther & French
officer, commanding a detachment la H
th" rangel army, or M. dc Martel.
chief of the French diplomatic mission.
sent into the Crimea and accerditud
to Wrangel. The French em-
bossy, however, had received no re-
port rnnn rning the incident and gx-
pressed doubt that their diplomatic
mission had gotten into such position
The only official American mlselou
In Itusxla is that at Sebastopol. Varl
..us American i. lief commissions an
itlng on the Black Sea coast. H
R ll IJISI Ol M R 1 1
BOMBAY. Nov. 6. The rate of 1
discount of the Bank of Bombay was
raised from five to six per sent tu- H