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I SINN FEINERS MAKE
I THREAT OF DEATH TO
ALL WHO QUIT RANKS;
BELFAST. Ireland, Dec, 4. The Sum Fein has circulated
a proclamation throughout weal ;ml smith Ireland, declaring
those guilty of "treasonable conspiracy' ' will be executed is
traitors to the Irish pause The proclamation reads:
""Whereas, the Irish republic has declared war on lilgland I
we hereby give notice thai anyone guilty of treasonable conspir
acy will be shot without warning as a traitor,"
Another warning has been issued from the "Irish Republican
army brigade headquarters in Belfast " Ii Baya
"Notice is hereby given t lint any person Who -nlt.sis m. or
gives any assistance whatever t the special constabulary (ores
iit present being organized by the enemy, will be regarded as
a traiiur and will be treated ac ordingly."
, . 4;
Three - Year Campaign in
North and South America
WASHINGTON. Dec. -Plain for
Si thrce-vear continuous campaign!
against social diseases in North and
Fouth America will be considered ai
thp all-AinTican co:: i i c penine
lirre tomorrow It will be the Orel
of the sf-rit-s of regional conferences
suggested by the International health
conference held at Cannes. Franco, un-,
tier supervision of the l :lruc of Red.
The conforencc will consider prob
lems relitinp to medical Investljj
Tj ducat ion as a means ol controlling i
j 'the diseases, law ei forcement, and
! protective social Infliiem-os. Efforts
then will be made t formulate pro
gram for a lhree-v:i iri.il t r. . . I on,
the contention that any short i i" rtod
is Inadequate to demonstrati t1" efl
ceney of methods either curative or
j It Is the hope of BPiii" of tll eon-
ferees that the endorsement ol su h a
j program may carry tho su?;estloi:
that the treaimenl may l- mode com-,
pnlsory and conducted winter govern-j
INJUNCTION AGAINST N. Y.
RAIL RAISE APPROVED
KINGSTON. Y.. Pec. 4. Judge
Gilbert D. B. Hasbrouck, r thi stat
supreme court today, declined
cate an injunetirn obtained '
state restraining 61 railroads fn m ln
creaslng their Intrastate p u enger
rates twenty per cent as provided for
by an order Of the intet
commission. The ratn- were to have
gone into effect November 20
VOTE TODAY OH
Greek Plebiscite to Determine
Whether Constantine Is
ATH Dee. li (By the Akso-
ri;ile.l J'n.si I - .-u HI Khalll." iiil"
nounced definitely today that the- nleb
lscite on the return Of former King
! Constantine would be held Buhday.
He als" aasjertad that the cabinet
would lsue a note to the allies, asking
in what way Constantine disi -
al und also how Greece failed In h r
Obligation Or howl hermit hostile, .is
JSBSrtOfj in the allied note to the Greek
The nfrcd prime minister. he is SO
vi-.M -- til. I in .its. ii: -;nT "' allied note
in the foreign ulfiee at S o'clock ttud
morning was pointed in his criticism
f the allied course.
'Thc note came as a surprise," said
M. Rh.illi. "In it the allies Say the)
do not wish to Interfere In our ln
l mil affaire Then 1 would like to
know what are the) doing now i.y
sending such n note
LUCDftNE. Dec. 4. (By Hie Asso
ciated l?roS8). Tho belief wii e-
pressed ioda) iy persons hixh in the
councils of former King Constantine.
thai the Greek ptfof i wanl the king
i .i k und will show their resentment at
I ' tilled by an overwhelming vote.
It le Biiid Consuintlne is the only ninn
who cmi control the Greek army
Should thr ullies attempt to dep-i.
Greece of territory throuph revision of
the treaty of Serves.
It is contended that, Constantine.
being the onh ,,ne l e to keep the
army in the field. !t Is to t he allies'
beat Interests to fyava him on the!
china Invented gunpowder and
popularized tlrecrgcke .
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Utah Senator's Proposal to
Stop Such Imports for
Year Is Approved
CHICAOOi Dec. i -The National
Bl p and Wool Bureau of America,
2. ESast Jackson boulevard hnnounced
today thai it WOUld lend its enilie
lUpporl lo the plan of. Senator Peed
I Smoot, of l'lah. to secure a oir's
embargo on the Importation ol wool.
ThU obnouncemeni was made by
Preetdeni Alezandei Walker upon ltis
j arrival from New York City to inke
I part In several wool conferences (list
are io be held in connection with
I the international live lock exposl
lion .tt ihc Cnion stock. ardfl
OLD WOOL USCD AGAIN.
The National 8heep and Wool Bu
regU of America last Jnnu?ry so
cured the Introduction of ihe prench
Capper truth In fabric bill, which is
designed t compel textile manufac
turers to stamp I heir cloth wlih its
content of virstn (new) wool and of
I shoddy old r.TK rewcrtiod In sonic
.cases as ol'tn gs eight limes.
President Walker said thai one
hundred and ten organiSatlone o: i 11
J crintlons. some of ihent of nnllon-
wide influence, have new p.! i ed
ihc truih In fabric meaeure and that
l:ve or sLv new resolution, are ai
'rivtnn: at 'he headquarters of the
bureau dily. Among tho itrongesl
Supporter! Ol ihe measure is the
American Knrtn Bureatt federation, of
which .1 R. Howard l president. Mr.
Howard is . governor oi the bureau,
I Mr. Walker said:
JUNKMAN DOES INJURY.
"The National Sheep and Wool Bu
reau of America Is greatly in favoi
, of Senator smoot s embargo proposal
and v. ill give II and also the pro
posal for tariff high enough io ade
quately protect the woo! growers
of tlje United States the same whole
hearted and vigorous support that it
II f.i.nfc IBS French-Capper truth
in fabric bill.
"It must he CleaHy understood
however, lhal neither an cmharo
nor a hih protectee tariff would
of itsflf he ahle to protect the sheep
grower from his greatest foo the
unjnn a iBven i lib lh embargo
and Ihe tariff in effect, the wool
grower Will Still need the protection
of the French Capper truth In lubrh
bill to shield him from the unfair
competition of the rag-pickers, be
oauff b.'toddy ihe product of re
oilccd rags WOUld itill be sold as
Irgin f nee ' WOOl under corer of
the misunderstood popular term, 'all
on' The wool grower will be at
the mercy of the shoddy interests un
til i here is passed a law making i:
compulsory for the textile manitlnc
turer? to label their cloth with Its
content of virgin wool and of ikoddy.
WOOL STACKED HIGH.
Willi ihp rkrmers still burdened
With their wool clip of last spring.
With 'he storehouses of 'he world
. hoked wiih four billion pounds of
unused virgin wool, with the popu
lar demand for virgin WOOl cloih nr
Ifii lb diverted by certain textile
manufacturers Horn the wool grower
the rag-plcksr, it is absolut.-ly es
.nilnl for the protection of the
ool growers ibt the Pronch-Coppei
dth m fabric bill be enacted as
on as c.nstress reconvenes."
Last March the Interstate and lor
rfn commerce committee of the
bouse ot representatives held ;
, earing on the h !, tfut ad.'oaintucnt
..a. tai.in before Lhe measure wgs
reported out of committee. This
Decembor a hearing on the measure
will be held belore the senate com
mute on inie.. state and foreign com-
Accused Woman Still
Evades Many Pursuers
(Obntinued From Page me.
ly by Mr. Hanion prior to the shoot-1
Count" Attorney Russell Brown re-,
turned from a brief hunting trip .'
said he hod no further trace ot ClarS
' Smith He vnlil he also was without i
I mffko-i.t Informalion to make churKs ,
1 i.K.iliOii any persons who may hacj
aided ih- young woman to leave Ard
more, but added that should ho ' oh- ,
I tain that information warrants will 1
j he taken out, no matter who may be ;
J nvol d."
sis I i R 3?TKR 1 1 AN ED.
L' Ni.hl.LS, Dee 1. Mrs. V. A !
James, who .'ays she if a sister of)
; i 'mm Smith Bamon, Is living In Ixs
j AngtleA. Clara Smith Hanion Is bcln
sought In eonneetlon with the death
I bj .hoollriK of Jake I. H::nion, Inte
itcpuhiienn national committeeman
Mrs. James said todav thai Shi hid
known of certain relations between her
nlstor nnd Mr Hamon. but she Knew .
j nothing of the vliootliiK or of tho pri.-s-
en i whereabouts of her sister. She ex
I pressed faith In her sister's innocence
with rcKard to the shootlnff
VME IS HAMON,
WHAT 1 1 13 R FORD, Texas. Dee 4.
j C lura Barton Smith Hamon, wanted In
i nectlon with tho shooting of Jake
I j. Hamon, Republican national com- 1
I mltteeman in Ardmorr. nkli , Novem
ber 21, was granted a divorce from'
i it nk Louis Hamon, nephew of .!ak
ii.niion. In district court here Maj 13,
: 1917, according to court records.
Tiv p titlon filed Apni 2. 1917,
by Vranli Louis Hamon. nephew of
,i.,ke Hamon, alleges that lhe plain-1
tiff und defendant were marnud m Bl
1'nso. Texas llnuar 17, 1917, and
separated the same day,
The plaintiff further In the petition
illegi -1 that he had known the de
ffndunt In Oklahoma for two years
previous lo their inarrlap and that sh;
had deceived him as to her reputa
tion. A waiver of service, signed bv Clara
) i rton Hamon. in which .she wal ed Is-
uanoe und service of citation and
I nod that the ease be tried at the
April, i:17, term of court Is on file
here Tho divorce was granted
it, B, Rood of this city, attorney for
PranK Louis Hamon has a certified'
manluRi )ie,'ne hetween the couple in
The 'it1' Jake Hamon resided in this
County twenty years ago.
Tho defendant did not appear In
court nor wan S,0 represented t a
lawyer or nny one ej,f, according to
Ft. B- Hood, attorney for Hamon. The
pre ent court records consist only of
'the short waiver of service signed uv
U. S. Fiphts to Guard
Foreign Trade Future
( on tinned Prom Page me.)
sate inlnd of our business world were
distilled, it would probably be found
thai consciously or unconsciously, we
now have 0 national ambition to con
test Great Britain's dominance In ship
plnif oir, EAGERLY BOUGHT.
At this point i onion th' llgnlfli inci
of the MeSOpotamlnn Incident, conl
ns n fuel for ships Is passing and pf -troleum
because of Its vascly greater
economy In hi I, or and otherwise, ap-pc-irs
destined to take lt place. Know
ledue of this fad will enable anyone
! to seo the very Rreat necessity ly
mjf upon Gn il Britain to own or on
troi oil Supplies adequate to her domi-
j nance in shipping.
I So long as eoni was the fuel, she
owned abundant supplies on bet home,
t Island: BUl if oil is to he the fuel, she
must have her supplies wherever she
, v ; i .K i) me them This. t may be
tii.cn for granted, explains her con
cern about the Mesopotamlan fields,
and. to a degree, our new nmpltlOn I"
; compete with hei n shipping explains
I OUr concern w hat the Mesopotamia!
oil shall be open to nil owners eejual-
The third Ifioi enl bearing on the
j same general situation if lhe emerg
, 1 ncc of diaoueelbn of the Panama to ii-
, act. .
PANAMA W l . TOLLS.
- If we an- to be a Shipping nation.
It is felt that we should give out
coastwise snips ihe benefli ..f the faei
that we blqlt and ,,wn the Panama
j if we are to achieve a position In
shipping and foreign trade, compai im
to tha: wliich Great Britain has had
for many generations, we can only do
I so through time, patience' and tin
building up of the reputation for com
mercial skill ond Integrity that makes
Great Britain's prestige in every part
of Asia and Africa. We shall have
, to work hard and compete fairly.
But we probably will not continue In
out c.isv going acceptance of advant
ages which ;reat Britain was permit-
: ted to hold b) default so long as ship-
I ping was no great concern of ours.
There is not apace here to :
I further Incidents thai have latelj
emerged on this subject. Neither lei
i it ! said, Is there spade here to l
; adequate treatment either t, 'hr whole
. condition or to any one of these ln l-
d ntS liut It may he taken for grant-
! ei, with much confidence, thai uin.
j is here touched upon Is one ,,f the
niont Important thing happening In
the contemporary world
STR1 (.! i t OR DOMI3! 1X4 u
If the assumption Is Correct il will
( b-- a subject for poets and historians
, for generations to come If th - as.
sumption la correct we are witnessing
ami participating In one of those
si eat Incidents of world history which
l occur only once In several centuries.
Great Britain won her dominance
from Holland. Holland In In n won II
from Spain, which hod it at the tim
uric provided thi ships that discovered
America, and began the colonly-atlon
of the American continent Spain
took It from Portugal frometaoishrd
look It from Portugal. Torfug.il from
'he Hatit-eatlc league, and s,. ,,n ,;u j;
to "arthage and Tyre.
Copyright. 1920. hy the Ww York Eve-j
nine Tost, In. .
RAIL EMPLOYE ACCUSED
OF PART IN ROBBERY
tot Lot IS Mo. riee i A federal'
warrant charging complicity In th'
mall robbery of a Missouri Taclflc
train here August 18, last, when 135,
00 In cash was stolen by two men.
was Issued today against Alfred A.
Oliver, an airbrake inspector.
the defendant and the fact that the'
divorce was granted Hamon.
The decree did not stipulate that the
defendant adopt her original name ot
smiih and neither was it requested In
lhe petition filed hy Frank Louis Ham
on, according lo .Air. Hood.
League Going to Pieces
Says Sector Knox
( on tinned From Page one.)
of the nation's delegation at Geneva.
.M. Puayrredon asserted;
There Is no question of the nhsolnte
legality of our adherence lo the leagie
or tin- complete authority of my dele
gation to act for Argentina at the as
jsembly," Argentina's w ihdriw.il fioni the as-
sembiy oonstltuted tbs first definite
breach between lhe league and one of
ItS members The Argentinian dele
gale worked most of List niht fram
ing I is note, the decision to send
which was taken after the receipt of
reports from Argentina of deep resent
ment there Over the rejection by the
iHscmldy of Senoi- puo rredon's sux
gcs'ed Mivgest ion ' covenant a.nen-1
in PE i t
Senor Pueyrredon's note, which was
written In respei fful, iui firm tone,
declared Argentina's delegates came to
Geneva fot the purpose of contribut
ing to the work of ;he assembly, which
Argentine had believed would conse
crate Lhe principles f right and
liberty of nations. Argentine's Hopes
were In Mtin. the note nsSirted, "nd
Consequently Argentina had refused to
parth pate In the assembly.
The decision of the A rgen t in la I
delegates, it is pointed Cut, could hard
constitute the cancellation of At
gentlna's Ldhesion te the leagie of
nations ns the covenant provides thai
such cancellation can be made onl1
after two years' fjiot Ice has been gi-c.i
till l I Ll M.
Tlie welfOTe of children In countries
which had hen severely tried by tho
war was brought up in tho assemblj
today b in,- Swiss delegation, it pro
posed thai the council name a high
commissioner to supervise ,-hild wel
fare work in thOse countries
Delegate 'aiazmez of Paraguaj
xplalned ihe nigative vote he cnsi
Thursda- on the resolution postpon
ing onflderation of amendments to
the covenant and appointing u com
mittee to Consider amendments pro
posed The negative vole of the
Paraguayan delegate, which had been
overlooked at the time, he said, did
not signify opposition to the princi
ple of care and deliberation In the
amendment of the covenant, lie de
' lured himself in favor of compulsory
Jurisdiction for the tribunal.
George Nicoii Bamea of the British
delegation, resisting strong pre?urc
.exerted to have him withdraw his de
mand, Insisted on an explanation bj
the council as to why it had not in
tervened between the Poles and th
Bolshevik! to prevent them from
fighting last summer He said hi
thought the council could and shoul'
have done something. There wer
some hypothetical circumsiam
where the Council could not Interfen
for instance. In the event of war I I
i .! the 1'nlted States and Mcxl
but he declared this case was dlffi
Leon Hourgeois. replying to Mi
Barnes, ns member of the council, h
"ild 'll. soviet had repulsed all ad
ances made by the council In the Po
JHsb affair, making moral Interven
tion," impos.lhle. As for the use of
fr,ri M Itourg'-ois said the demand
for an international force to Impose
decisions of the league had been rej. . t
Qit hy (he peace conference.
Former Premier Paderewskl, of Po-'
land, was warmly applaud.-, l.furc
and after he made his first appearance
on the speaker's stand. He tool; the
stand today to deny the Imputations
of Imperialism attribute to Poland h
Mr Barnes In his remarks The noted
musician-statesman carrier! the assem-,
bly with htm. It appeared, when he;
"Poland wants peace, but will never!
accept terms Incompatible with her
There is reference to the wearing of
earrings in Genesis.
The term "gas" was first used in
Chemistry in the sixteenth century ,
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Navy Fit for First Mm
Of Defense Is Urged
(Continued from Page One.)
nent.x of the Hamburg-American and
North German Lloyd lln, I don't
knOW whether their opposition was in
spired by selfish competition or
whether It was due to a far reachlnR
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rovornment encouragement And i
want nhove all that w0 shall preserve
lone thing more. We must preserve
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and these rest on the constitution. sssl
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