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tKth Year No. 2to . OGDENnTrUTAlTMONDAY EVELMNG, NOVEMBER 29. 1920. LASTEDITION- P. M. I
I AMERICAN GUNMEN' REPORTED IN IRELAND
I Police Gain Information On Dead Bandit's Partner I
Pt SUM ROBBER
1 IDBiit
Clues Found That Help in
Scnrch foi Robber Who
Obtained Diamonds
THIRD PFRSM tfY
HAVE I A KEN PAH I
Scores Crowd to Mornue to
M Get View of Man Shot
I by Jeweler
jHI Belief that iho m.m who escsprc
H with spproxlmntoly $5000 worth of din-
"fOPR mondn after hl.s accomplice wn shot
n.J killed Saturday nlfht b S. th i:
H ThomuH. when the bnndits held him up
H In htn store at Twenty-fifth street and
BBBBBBBBBBS r.ranl nvmne wn Dell P Alkms. a,
P criminal who escaped from the Suit
H Lake county Jail rccc ntl wan
Hh strengthened today by clues found by
9 the
1 Descriptions of the mi.n with
H Rausch. the dead bandit, fit that of
H Atkins and it lr known that the two
H men have been associated for several
Hi years in various crimes. Other clues
H which will no bo mado pubik have lod
B the officers to b convinced thai At
B kins Is the man they wont.
POSSIBLY THIRD BANDIT
B It g ulco pop; Ible that a third ban-
H dlt also took a part in the "getaway"
H of Atkins following the rebfcery. A f. w
fH minutes after the shooting occurred, a
MH answering the description of At-
' kins was said to have been s-n rvn
tyMTf -rtmt- rii corner of Twos
b street and Lincoln avenue, where he
Jumped into irafllng automobile and
WH Was whi.ked aw.iy If thil man Whff
EtfflH Aiklnn, it In declared certain that a
H third man took part in tho robbery
H Tho name man who is Haid to have
jutnpvd Into tbe waiting uutomobile
BH WSJ also seen a tew miners before, In
BBBBBBBBB IIOU. Ol lliv i iM'ijs nuir. n . mis
H tine, B man and his wife whose names
r were no! made publi .
tafV7 " rwenty-
H o as talking loudly to another. Tho
couple declared their attention WM
fl particularly called to the men. for the
H reason thai they were compelled to
H w.lk betwi-t n ilirm ar Hi y were tnik
H log on the sidewalk.
The man and hi.i wlfo retorted Dial
H they walked weat to Lincoln avenue
I : turned north. ' tho) n
H comer of Lincoln avenue anu Twenty-
HH fourth sir. i t. they said that a man ran
H toward tho waiting automobile and
HI .
H w ' n northi rn Ur n.
V: lU CIRCUMSTANCES STRONG.
tA The Limi U ken t i it
rHH bery and for the man who escaiied to
ffffl ; i t to tho waiting automobile would
HflH 00 approximately the pirai time l(
HH would take person to wr.lk tho dis-
H tanoe covered b ihe oojiplo, it is be-
lioved The belief that the rol tt r who
HH escaped waj the man who climbed
mto the waiting car. Is strength! ned.
VfH both from description! ;mJ the direc-
MH tlon in which i b- ere -pinq bendit ran
IjB ftttef his pal was shot
chief of Detective! Robert nurk th t
B moininK announced that the dead rob-
H ber has bet n Id) ntlfled as John Philip
IBj Rausch. un habitual criminal and a
HhH "ian wltn mi,n'j al';10" I'ndcr the
name of Frank Gordon ho was lent to
H tbe :tate penitentiary from Ofticil for
H grand lareen) in December, 1908. He
Pl was sentenced to serve seven yenis
RH At that time he Rave htfl occupation
B as a painter and derlnred his home
B was in Ohio. The records show he
H wta diacharged from the prison April
HH
ANOTHER CONVICTION.
H Under the name of Joaeph Harris
H he was convicted of burglary In Utah
H county. October 18, 1916. and given an
Indeterminate sentence in the stat?
ri prisin. He was paroled in IMS.
HlB The criminal records show that un-
der the name of Jfimen Gordon the
man served a prison term In Canada
H several vears ago.
Much information of the criminal ca
reer of Atklna has also been brought
H i(. upbt by the police, including his
. cape from the Salt Lak- county Jail
H recently, vhrre he was belne held on a
H charge of burRlnry and the theft of
n automobile. The two men. and also
a third which tho police are trying to
ronnit with Rausch and Atklnr are
known as tho ui ist desperate men who
have operated In the western country,
for uj.niy yers. Many robberies and
i her crimes have been traced to them.
,:-h of Rausch it Is be
"1 'hat the ring li3S been broken
COAT WAS STOLEN
B ' 1,1 rt Hess, signal inalntalner fori
'i cson Short Line railroad a,t
HH ..illurd. yvnerdav Identified the mack-
f naw worn by Rausch at th time of
I i 1 1 , icatb aa the coat which waa atolen
Ij j nis tool houf on the nlfht (
( nntlniWNl on Pogr Two.)
' - f
CARMEN ON THE STAGE;
AT I iiOME SHE DARNS SOCKS
I 4- . , X
NEW TORK. On the stage, Carmen, at home, plain Mrs Smith. Thai's'
Madr.me Marguerita Sylva, more identified with Carmen, perhaps, than any
otter living slnKer. Madame Sylva is the wife of Major IVrnard Smith,
l S. A., whom she met in Paris. They have two children "To lead a good
double life." says Madame Sylva. "ono muEt choose lives that are extreme.
Thus. 1 am Carmen on tho stage and at home I darn .-H.ck. I never remem
bcr Mrs. Smith when I sing Cr.rnun and I can't Iruapine Carmen bollln
eggs."
TREMBLER FELT
OK NORTHWEST
PAGIFIC COAST
Instruments in Several Parts
of United States Quiver As
Shocks Occur
WASHINGTON'. Nov. 29 An earth
quake hook of modorute intensity
m r. urded at the seismograph at
QaorgetQWII unlerslty The shock
bogan t 8 1 a. m. and continued un
til 4 a. in., and It wo estimated that
the disturbance was 6,100 miles from
'Washington, probably In South Amer
ica. FEW IN t QIC IGO
CHICAQO.No v. 2. An enrthiwnk
of rnedeiutr Intensity was n-corded
ecrly this morning by thr selsnir.prn ph
at the I'nnerslty of Chicago, which
reported that tho center of disturbance
was 2.9 70 mile away. It v;ls said the
, location was probably on the northern
Psoflc coast The trmors histed an
.hour and thirteen nilni:(Ks. heplnnlnR
st 1:12 a. m , reaching the muxlmtim
nt 1:27 a m. and terminating at 2:il5
a. m.
PORTLAND SB LKEX
PORTLAND, Ore.. Nov. 2f An
earthquake felt In various degrees of
mildness from here to Spokane. Wash.,
wan experloned early yesterday. At
lfrod l iver. Or.. It was strong enouxh
to shaken aleepera and to cauae some
alarm to the timorous. At Spokane
It was said to have been "a pro
nounced eirthquake- of a duration of
ten minntea. No damage was re-
Rl QISTERED Is SEATTLE-
STATTLF.. Wash.. Nov. 29. An,
earthquake beginning at 3.36 yester
day morning and continuing Intermit
tently for ten minutes was recorded on ;
the seismograph at the Unlvcraltv of!
Washington. The tronors were the,
most violent recorded by the instru
ment sloee It was Installed at the time
of the San Francisco earthquake In I
1906. No damage wns reported
INOTHl R REPORT
SICATTLF:. Wash.. Nov. 29 An
earthquake believed to have centered I
900 mil's north of Seattle in northern!
British Columbia or on the Alaska!
coast vraa reported on the seismograph!
of the University of Washington here,
beginning at 12:10 this morning and
mtlnulng until 12 12. The hock. I
which was said to havo been of modcr-)
lie Intensity, reached Its maximum'
Intensity hoiween 12 1 and 12:21
a. m.
..I i.,
OA! HOLD BISHOF RESIGNS
PITTSBURG. Pa.. Nov. 29. The
Right Rev Blhop J. F Regit Cane
vln. bishop of the Pittsburg diocese
of the Roman Catholic ehureh, has
resigned. It was announced here to-
day Blahop Canevln took this action
I because of ill health.
1 '
ITEllfEli TO
ADJUST R UIII'S
IEy TROUBLE
Stutz Motor Magnate's Mil
lions Reported Involved:
Bankers Apprehensive
f NEW YORK. Nov. 29 Allan A.
I Ryan, financier, who several months
(ago aroused the financial world
j through bla allege. l. manipulation of a
corner in Suit7 Motor stock, today an
inounred that he hid conferred with
Samuel Untermcyer with a view to re-
tainlng the attorney to take charge
I of Uic adjustment of his financial af
! fairs, which are reported to Involve
several mlllionx of dollars.
It is understood that nn Informal
Iconference of representatives of the
bunks and trust companies represent
ing the largest creditors of Mr. Ryan
will larve piact" louav out III 1)0 SlHlC-
jment dealing with his assets and lla
IblliUee la likely i0 ho '.ssucd at this
i time.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 29 Comp
troller of tin. Currency Williams an
nounced today that there were no
loans to Allan A Ryan, of New York,
or his firm, held by banks under sup
ervision of the i omptroller's office
Which did not at the present seem to
bo covered sufficiently by collateral.
The comptroller mado his announce
ment after a conference with Mr.
Ryan. Tho comptroller's statement
added that eo far as he knew Mr.
Ryan was in debt to very few national
banks
Mr. Williams said ho did not expert
sn further conferences with Mr. Ryan
btu refused to say whether any action
ailded i hat Information on which he
recently charged New York banks with
exacting unjustifiable interest rates
Came from other sources than Mr.
Ryan.
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SENATE WILL NOW PROBE
CONTROVERSY ON CABLES
WASHINGTON. NOV. 29. The
whole question of cable landings In
the United States, including the pres
ent controversy between tho Western
Union Telegraph company and the
state department. In to he Investigated
by a pan ate committee, it was an
nounced today by Senator Kellogg.
Republican. Minnesota
Senator Kellogg said the inquiry
would be held in connection with his
pending bill proposing to empower
the state department to regulata ca
ble connections in this country. Hs
added that ho already had requested
Newcemb arlton. president of the
Weatern Union, and other eaiie com
panies. :o have representatives at the
hearing State department officers
also will be invited to attend.
iRK SULLIVAM
GIVES GOSSIP
I ABOUTCABINET
Foes of League Oppose Nam
ing of Root for Secretary
of State
KNOX FAVORED BUT
HEALTH IS FAILING
Farsighted Think David Jayne(
Hill is Loqical Man: Utahn j
Mentioned
B M Mtk 5ULLTV IN,
special Political Correspondent of The
ow ork renlng Pool
WASHINGTON. Nov. 29. Discus-
slon of cabinet possibilities Is ente: I
upon with some distaste. The cabinet!
in a matter so completely within Mr.
Harding'! control that nothing au
thoritative can posslldy be said with!
out ft KllC.Wieage i nis rainu. ami a
knowledge of his mind Is exactly
what nohody is authorized to convex.
It is true, of course, that caldnet
appointments, like all others are sub
ject to at Wast perfunctory confirma
tion by the senate. To that extent It
if legitimate for senators to discuss
(the possibilities, and for newspapers
I to report what senators say on the
J subject- It is also true that Repub
I llcan leaders have the interest In cab
inet appointments which goes with
their responsibilities as party lead
ers, but this, also, is an extremely
tenuous excuse for attaching great
w lh: to what partv leaders sav and
U el.
GOSSIP SUM MED l P
Ncverthaleaa, the tact is that Re
publican senators and Republican par
t leaders do discuss cabinet possl
b til tics more -'than almost anything
else. To u good .'ea! of thin discussion
I have listened, and what is here set
down Is confined exclusively to what
Is said by there senators ami leadore,
nothing that is known to be or gueeui I
to be in Senator Harding's mind is
here Included Subject to these limi
tations, let us consider the office of
secretary of state.
A fairly complete list of the men
who are mentioned In this connection J
would include I h' following-
Elihu Root. Benatqa Knox. David
jjync iiiii, i naries t,. Jiugnes. ex
Sonator George Sutherland of Utah,
j ;eorgo Wharton Pepper of Phlla
i delphia, Senator Lodge, and Senator
Pall. Of this group, the first three,
Messrs Root. Knox anu Hill, are in
I a class apart. Always bearing in mind
that nobody knows what may bo the
governing considerations in Senator
Harding's mind, these three are un-
dpUhtedly to the front In the dlscus-
sionr. of party leaders and senators.
KOOl itl SI l l li i o
Of these three, Senator Root is con
: ceded by everybody, including those
j who are working against him. to have
the largest equipment of experience.
It is true that Senator Knox matches
him in the fact that he, like Mr. Root,
has already filled a term as secretary
of state. But apart from the fact
that both men hae already held the
ofiic-e, it Mill remains true, that Mr.
Root has had very much the greater
experience in International affairs.
Especially han Mr Root had experi
ence In what Is. or ought to be. the
chief duty of tho next secretary of
state the business of bringing about
International relations looking to
ward the maintenance of piace and
the reduction of armaments. In this
field of the arbitration and adjudlea
: tlon of international disputes Mr
j Loot has been for more than twentv
years the foremost figure in the United
I States and probably in tho world. As
everybody knows, the Institution for
preserving peace which Mr. Root has
long worked to bring about differs
markedly from tho league of nations
In form, although Identical with It In
purpose.
tHUIXTKiN- Ti ROOT.
The objections put forward by these
who are avowedl doing what thev
can to prevent the choice of Mr. Root
are two. One. when expressed in pri
vate conversation, is entirelv frank.
, It comes from the more determined
opponents of the league of nations,
rrom tho extreme "lrreconcllables."
rhev say that Mr Root has rocentlv
been too clos to the league of na
tions: that he has, in fact, within the
last six months acted as an agent of,
the league of nations, and that this
fact would dinquaMfy him as secretary
0t slate from acting as strongly as1
- Z "lrreconcllables' want thai
LT.u t0 ,lct " tha dealings!
with th, league of nations that thel
m ''.ill ' . .
i. n ore noiti out. t hev jJon t
want a Sr(tnrv of ,.,. wno ,g Vym
pathetic to the eae:ile or to the pur-
of -he league; they want a sec
retarj of etate to put in baldly, wh..
will do what he can to kill th league
, V?e . ADJ"on put forward
.i u ?l 'S ,hai hr- ta ,0 old This
Fvfi , 18 vl bft5wl on sood faith.
SbTSrVyoirh? ha9 h4 ajiv contact,
with Mr. Root recently know, that.!
w "? hownfc' 'he Impairment of,
SKJ? "? "aordlnarlly Kood con-'
dltlon Phy-sleaiiy and mtellootually.
FRIENDLY to KNOX.
letinn , ih"'" who mak' ob
jection to senator Root say in the
next breath that Knox woo d Ce an
'd Jwe retftry of state. Uut persons
fc! ha,rt. conUrt With boih m. n
know that Knox. ,lt sixty-eight i"
lye" a?0',rt a Tn Root -event -,
M t, l Cl.lCnnior K" Ls known
ovn th haV'Jh bMt of bJth, and
iv en thos- who would ardentlv prefer
Knox because of his opposition th I
The troth IS. this objection to Root I
m nntinned Prom Pag.- i i i
X-RAY EXPERT VICTIM
OF EXPERIMENTS DEAD
AFTER 24 OPERATIONS
PARIS-, Nov. 29. C harles lnfn.it, famous X-ray specialist,
is ieatl. according to Bimouncemenl
Ono ef Dr. Infroit's handi became infected in 1898 as a ne
Rti)t of his constant use of the X-ray. and an operation w is pet
formed. Sme. that time he hm undergone twenty-four opera
tions, twenty-two of which were fierfomie,! in the last ten yean
The last was August 1 when his rijfht arm ami left wrisl were
, amputated.
His announcement in 1915 in the Academy f Medicine f
Pans that he had extracted a shrnpin! bullet from the heart i-f a
oldier was road with interest throughout the worhl
GOVERNOn 10
SHOT HIMSELF
ip rvnsiirnflTrn
But Naval Officer Who Made
Charges Must Face Court
Martial
i
I WASHINGTON, N'ov is. Tri:l of
Lieutenant Commander C Hi Rucher
1 by genernl court martini as the re
' suit of the flndints of a naval court
1 of Inquiry into the conduct of the
rau) Rovernment nt Samoa was or-1
dercd today by Secretary Danlele. The
co'irt of inqulrA'. if which Rear Admi
ral C !' HUKhee is senior member !
was ordered to Samoa nfter Lieutenant'
Commnn1er Ronrher had filed with j
the ilcjiartmnt sTioua charges rr;alnst
his senior Com manner Warren J Ter-I
hune. navsl aovernor of the Isl.ind. '
who recently committed suicide.
Bet retary Dsnlels ss Id that in his
opinion the clon of the court under
Rear Admiral Hufrhes had "complete
lj exonerated" Commander Terhune'
of the hrtri?es made against him bj
Commander Boucher.
ITALIAN CHAMBER 0. K.'S
THE TREATY OF RAPALL0
ROME, Nov 28. (By the Associat
ed PrcsRi The chamber of deputies
Saturday upprored Ihe treaty of Itap
allo rfgardlng the Adriatic prot'lem by
a vote of 2J1 to 12 Forty-two depu
ties abstained from voting.
In the couree of the debate on the
treaty the chamber unanimously
adopted resolution thn! greetings ho
sent to Flume 'hailing her independ
ence, acquired at the price of memor
able sarrlf Ires,-1 and to Eara, 'Wel
coming the patriotic population Into
Ithe state among their Italian com-
! rades."
I In reply to Socialists who had spok
len on tho necessity for giving liberty
to Ruasla. the Cithoiic Deputyejjnaurl
said-
"Liberty must not be invoked only
for the Uussla but for all people, jn
' eluding those of Ireland who are being
massacred."
At this point the entire chamber. In
cluding Socialists. ros and Joined in
an enthusiastic demonstration forj
Ireland.
oo
DOUGHTY RETURNS AND
ENTERS TORON'IO JAIL
TORONTO, Ont.. Nov. 25. John
Houghty, former secretary- Ambrose
I Small. Toronto long mltslng mil
lionaire theatrjral magnate, arrived
here today in custody of officials who
brought him from Oregon where he
was arrested in connection with t in ,
mysterious disappear. mce of Small and
1100,000 in bonds
Doughty, who seemed cheerful was
taken from the railroad station In a
pacta foll-e automobile- after he ha'l
chatted a few moments with his coun
sel. Doughty' first act after he left the
station was to reveal the hiding place1
of $100,000 worth of Canadian Victory
bonds, eached in the home here of
Mrs Louise lxvett. his sister He
handed the securities to the police.
Doughty was brought here for ar
raignment on charges -.f fheft of the (
bonds as wall as for conspiracy to kid-:
nap Binall.
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ITALIAN FACTORY BLAST
WORSE THAN REPORTED
LONDON, Nov. 29. Flames still en
velope the ruins of the largo factory
at Vergato, Italy, when an explosion
occurred on Friday, says a Milan d ta
il to the Kt hang" T lej.-raph com
pany. The disaster was greater than
at first suppos 1. the havoc wrought
belnj? enormous with many victims.
Lxplosions still continue on every side.
Trains running toward Vergato from
Milan have been suspended as the ma
jority of the railroad bridges have
been destroyed or damaged
oo
FORMER GERMAN EMPRESS
PASSES HEART CRISIS
DOORN, Holland. Nov. 3. The
former German empress Aurusta
I Victoria, whose Illness from a heaf
attack took a turn for the ne-rsaryes-,
tcrdu. v.ss leporieil ktter tot her
! ph slrinn this morning. J
!
rnnnn inn ftAtn
! mum mLLir,u
Italian Chamber of Deputies
May Take Action on Protest
From Erin
ROM K. N.iv. 2S. Members of the
Italian chamber of deputies and sen
ate hive received stVons protcejl oon-
rping ihe latest serious ' ants In ire
land fret i the Irish clexg headed by
Cardinal Logue, arehblshop of Ar
magh. Facta enumerated in the pro
test and the lansuage used hav ("P
fluced a profound Impression especlsfl
ly among members of the Catholic
party who. it ii .iserted. hive taken,
a decided atftMie favor of Ireland
It !s expected Interpellations will te
presented in the rbamUar and senate,
askinn the governm nt If it is rtd( D v
slble fiir . fliend Ij power l Interfere
either directly or through tbe league
of nations, to obtain a solution thai
would end the present condition of af
fairs in 1 rel md
The pope Is following with interest
the development of the situation in
Ireland and iv deeply grieved nt the
dallv reports of Woodshed.
. ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 . VI ill.i Al I I .AIIIIU.
Jrlfflth and Brof. MacNeill of the
Plnn Fein he Inquired what the eif.
I WOuld he - nd was told by a prominent
Irishman that both men exercise, 1
moderating effect on their followers
therefor, the disappearance would'
probably pave a bad, rather than a
good effect-
nn
WILSON AND TUMULTY
TO TAKE Up WRiTING
AFTER MARCH FOURTH
WASHINGTON'.. Nov. 29 Al
though It has been tjf-nera'lv un
derstood that Trestden' Wilson,
after he leaves th? While House
on March 4 will deote his time
to writinc this facl beet me
known today with a degree of fi
nality It also became known thn'.
Mr Wilson will make his home In
Washington, but thus far he ha-
not obtained a residence.
Joseph P. Tumulty, the presi
dent's sei retary, also plans to re
main in Washington after March
4 and he intends tO write some
books about the president. Mr. I
Tumulty has been offered ;t place
on the customs court of appeals,
but he has reached no decision
as to accepting this appointment.
MOVIE PEOPLE STAGE
FAKE ATTACK ON
LONDON DEFENSES
LONDON. Nov. 29. What at
first might have been mistaken
for a jrenuine move upon the gov
ernment buildings in Whitehall
was made this morning when a
small crowd attempted to pass the
barriers recently erected by the
police at the entrances to Down
ing street and King Charles street
The crowd, however, was made
up of about 150 supernumeraries
sent by a moving picture com
pany for photographic purposes
only.
' The mob," whose attempt at
the barricade was a mild one. was
dispersed by the police, the cam
eramen meantime cranking iKor
otisly. 1
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TWO BOYS, 10 AND 12,
HELD IN NEW YORK
AS REGULAR ROBBERS
NEW TORK. Nov 29. tieorge
Smith, 10 years old, waa over
heard by a policeman to accuse, a
companion. Harry Brendergast.
1T. of "holding out'' on him in the
division of spoils from house
breaking. At a detention hmo
today search of the boy's clothing
disclosed a revolver, two bo.M s
of cartridges and $2.92. largely
; in pennies. In Harry's possession.
George had $4.15.
on
MENTION GREEK ADMIRAL
FOR THRONE OF ALBANIA
ATHENS Nov. :. Seriou consid
eration Is neiuK tci eu Admiral Conn-
dourlotts. former mgfiii of Greece, foi
the throne of Albania, auys, a repurt j
published hy the newspaper K.mbros j
LOUDON POLICE I
FOIL PLOT TO I
CAUSEJG FIRE I
Desperadoes From United f
States Declared to Be Ar
riving in Ireland (
COTTON WASTE SOAKED fl
IN GASOLINE DISCOVERED
Fifteen Warehouses in Liver- j
pool and Ms Vicinity Burn H
LONDON -. .'9 Th.- pub- j
lie satieties "f the house of com .
nn. wen i loaod this afternoon I
ami the Approaches to the bouses
of parliament guard l b extra J
polii as i precaution against
possible untoward Incident, follow- ,
Ing the diaclosuree ( an uiitr-ii '
. til. HUII. I.I - HI
land ll
Speaker Lowther slated in tiu
i maim nn, in answer i a qaee- j
lion, llini ha hul orilorr-il the gnl- I
lerlcs closc( as result of infor- 1
mntioo in haii rcocivetl from tho ll
chief ommlsB loner todaj . II
LONDOX, Nov. American "gun
men" are sti hi to have made their ap
Dearanci in Ixjndonderry, according
' received here today. The
presi of lhes mercenaries In Hub
lin ami other Irish cities have prevl
u3l be.-n reported. The military
authorities of Londonderry are tak
iug :iii precautions In the event of at
tempted aaaaaainatione.
The pollc of Liverpool, dispatches
from thu' city say, also say they be
lb ve Am. iic: ii gunmen" havo in-
I Llveriii.c ihe police claim I" I
hare established connection between
Sinn Keln headquarters and numsr
ou s si i i agcrs who are Idling about
the streets 111 i.""ii's Of two or flue.
and having the appcaranco of den
pe radioes.
FIR PliOT FOLD.
Half a dozen men who were pre
paring t. set fire to a lumber yard
1,1 'h- di-tri't ..f I'ln.-bury, an Import
section of the Ity of London less
than a mile north of London bridge.
supp .--..I by . policeman Sat-
urday night. Thi attempt was almost
coincident with the breaking out of
incendiary fires in Liverpool.
I'M l i m VTTAOKiJp.
Tin- policeman arrested a loiterer
""I li" lin ii ili.it.-l-. attacked the of
fie in, i f houted for help. Five men
with revolvers answered his call and
pushed thi policeman, w ran was com
I ' l l to liberate the man. AH the
men csi iped Searching behind wan
ons the policeman found . ..tton waste
"I v ; t j i ..-.ol.n.- had been pusheil
tliroiiuii j.'.iie-ay f,f a lumber yard
" 1 li" i'Iscov ' red two revolvers
nd 1 0 0 cartridges, One of the sup
a - later arreei -
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'lit I IN I 1 LRPOOL.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. Sg. (By Tin-
wclated Press.) Fifteen ware.
liu-es in Liverpool and Cootie, a sub
urb, principals i.herj.ool cotton ware- Ll
- t m file last nlfrhi.
Two .f tin- cotton warehous in Llv
, erpoo! were burned out, gasoline cans
ere found about t hr I H
, premises it was stated in poll.
guarhrs that there nss strong evi-
work oi -
rrlners.
8ome shooting occurred after thi- bsbbbbI
outbreak of the names. unstahi..
on the c, ,.,lf. w,.re fli . rl at and bullet-,
passed thmugh the .-lothing of same
of them, but none was injured, one
civilian u'nt tlim I BBSS
Five men ware arrested In connoi -I
Hon with tho a)eKed Incendlarv out- bbbbbb!
breaks
LONDON. Nov. 29. Edward ShorLt
the home secretary, declared in the
t ho us.) ,,f commons tint- afernopn in
reply to questions regarding Saturdav
''"' h d-.cl: fir., n, ,un
pool, that there seemed no doubt thai bbbbbb!
tho fires were the result of an organ
i ixed conspiracy in which members of
the si,,,, Fein partv were engaged
A.-ordlriK I., the latent Information ' !
added the horn,, secret, ihe sltua- ibbbbI
Uon in Liverpool vvXhew well jn
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URUGUAY ELECTIONS WON i
BY GOVERNMENT PARTY
MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay. Nov 2S.
1 Eleclion returns indicate the gov
eminent party has scored a triumph
throughout the country, obtaining two
, posta on the national administrative
council, on which u,e Nationalist will
haVi but one.
The government has won four seats
in the senata while the Nationalists
have been successful In carrying tWO
The duy passed quietly in this cltv
I although tonight street traffic w'
stopped.
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SKULL FRACTURED BY
BLOW FROM BALL BAT I
LOS ANGELES, Cat Nov. 29. T.
C. Knight was taken info custody here
Saturday to await the outcome of the
injuries of C. Bernhoff, who is In the
county hospital with a fractured skull
Knight and Bernhoff took psrt in a
ball game last Sunday at Inglcwood.
It: nn iliercation overs decision Bern
hoff was hurt hy a blow from a bat.
fill pondltlou grsw so serious toda)
that he was rp moved to the hosptal;
The arrest followed
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