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H r ft cth vcar-No 26? " QGDEN CITY, UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4. 1920. LAST EDITION 4 P. M ( I
FEDERAL JUDGE TO INVESTIGATE PALMER
Al ., I
I MORE STATES ENTER HARDING COLUMN
Ij MTU AND
Returns Today Show Hardin:
Has Obtained 390 Elec
GOVERNOR COX SURE
OF ONLY 127 BALLOTS
j Republicans Likely to Win
Some of the Four Doubt
Return- Indus J"0''
lowing etatea bnd riven U Hr--
Uml vet-:. tul4l r - "
BUrornia IS; Colorado I on
nrctieul t. DcUwan Idaho I;
,, n ifeuvwarc 3. Idali j 4.
RaiMM 10: Maine Hat via. - .
MaaaacbuaeiU In; Ml l-'" '"
m ,.u 12; MIourt 18; Alon-
,a,u. Nebraska 8; Noo
i.in i. n i m Jeraei I; - '" u
iv ohin 2t; okiultomn Oreanm
-,' Pennsylvania 88; Khodi laaiid
-, Booth lakota 5, Ten icwe
i '(all j . . r m i. We ihliigton . .
u Virginia B; Vleiotielu IS. and
u . niiia .'..i total of SB,
Alabama IS; VrWaiisa
, ". b; ... orta ttl Kcntudy
Man. IOJ Ml-lwlppl IB;
li L'nrolliw IS; gpnui Carolina
., tSa , and Virginia 12
t"Ll$m In the donWfol Hat,
I ,, ng in nufTMem i-otorn
,,,... N'T.I. I".) --'.. -V "' "f
fll I 1 1
I " I
NKW .ORE. Nov. i - Tenneaaee
i . ,un Into the ewt ng K publt-
fcitsu igtgrt s?s!
lhf. rolunteer itaie lo
' ,laiif.r shift fro-.. thfe Democratic
rails coupled with u iimilar up to
, I (.u ,a. im ..tgi.t. ;
1 ' 1 1 . . ,i of IM electoral votej n
"r InJ V'. definitely In the Janus A.
SI column and lafi In douhi but U
ttnonc Arizona (3. Nevada (I ' N
Mulco (I)', and N i i
1 all of these statea save Ne
Hording was In the lean "" vailabw
f5?ni and iv... ... M te-
publican iii-iuitrers 11
' Hardin plurality thoi... avuilah!. re-
a, oa ihowed a - !ox If1 N
.1 -i nneaaee, on th J 1 '
Wk ' UbuLati b tha Momphia I omm
1 "pp Mil trom H. ... ll nUi a fritn
I fins nreencta missing, gave Ha.daig,
f , lBsf7B.f votea to I o IS-.7M, H iTdlng
IP . , ui iican Uda. and Alf A. iau.r. un-
, i . . .ss.ul eanui.lat.- i-.r go ci-m...-.
j uKatimt hl brulher in U8f. wua elect- ,
l J "'"I he K'-l'iil-h'-ari . . .".! - !
1 aaaumed larger proportK oa belated,
!J V ,. lrna .....mued to .on.p in. TO!
f vl. ton ol Samu I 1 M holaon. Ki -
' ' uul.llean candidate tor th -veiiral.. fr..n;
'c a.u...i i . ,. ili-iii-tClect
E . llaril.i.K -i ... "" V l : 1 ' -l " ,n
jjSj the vippcr houac and ot f in 0 "-liilefl
31a where ktsnatoriai choice baa not ocm
j i determined, the Republican candidate!
jjf ware in t" lead intour Ariaona, Ore-
jll Hon. Isesaoa ami .or.n 1 uuji.
jI In the iirt.i. Iv . ui. . . u- 4 j'-h. nr.
Ill leadere tlll clung to the hope ,".u !aa
llH raturns would ovarcom th advantage
III held by Senator J. C. W. tlockham
ill over Richard Brntt, Republican.
jji The Rapuhllcang had secured -7.
111' laati ';. tnt nouat repraaentatlvae
i- to u. tv. the Damocrata, Pour m tig
t . d tQ "th- i parties, Imiudlnts one
iijf SockUlal md one Prohlbltloniit ITorty-
i i J tBro dUnrlCtl w ere unreported. . n
I B present iviurna. the Rapubltoani had
M n plurality of 131
l t; N - . v I lis r-sii I
j jl i -atv returns al-o Lndloaied poaalble
(I turo-oven In cae of some Democratic
B I representatives reported elected. A j
w f where three Rep
ported defeated, Ryan in tha 16th, An-
' II in il - lt ""d KosedoJa In the
I" jani- -bad forged ahead "( Doollng,
I 1 1 Donovan and McKlnry. early rcporitU
' J J elected.
, The bo UBS will hao one Socialist
j member, Meyer London, of New Fork,
j; who defeated Honrs M, GoUifogio, fu-
I j mIoh caudldatc. In the twelfth. The
if Prohibition party lost i's lone reprs-
B ! mutative, hut an Independent PtOhUl
li hktlonlst. Milton W. flhreeve. was
II elected from the 5th l'ennsy Ivanla j
I I district.
II Several notable upsets occurred in
. j the conr- LonaJ race among them
I l.i. the retirement by Missouri VOten of
forinei Bpeaker Champ dark, of the
house, and the election by Texas vol- I
I ers of s Republican representative,
' I llurrv Wurzb.ich.
lvm N M UI Ml ST.
POSt-electlon developments within
ranks of the beaten Democratic I
party Iruluded a tart statement f rom
llam J Bryan In whi h he divided
to fir defeat between President1
Wilson and Candidate ''nx, asserting
Lhat the former had laid the founda
tion for the dlKaler," and the latter
J . had Completed the- structure."
- ane (; W'tifK-ler, leitlslatlve ooun-,
sel of the Antl-8aloon League of I
I America, Issued a statement declaring
(Continued on iago "Two
FOREIGN 'NEWSPAPERS COMMENT ON ELECTION
, WHAT EDITORS IN
i OThL.R NATIONS SAY j
OF ELECTION RESULT
I V ..
1 .T S. Nov. 4. The leading Urlt
Inh provlnclul DSWBpopers ronslder the
1 'Ion of Senator Hard.r.g to the
presidency as an indication lhat the
electorate is tired of what the joUr-
';. "!i .,iu n,.,!! i Lie." The Liver
pool I'ost says;
Senator Harding goe to 'the white
House us the representative of a pro
found belief, long maturing among the
larger part of tne nauon, that V iI.moii
Is alien to America truditlons und t.iat
, Auiericu should not entangle herself
In the affuira of duiliaetevl curope "
This newspaper expfeMes ihe opin
ion that the election Of Senator HarU-
ding does not mean antagonism t. the
league of nations and believes 1 'thai
Ameriea is searcding in her heart of
lioarts for soi.ie method ot acnlevlng
the august purpose of the eoveuani
Which khe can upprove without mis
giving." in Yorkshire I'ost COnalderS It ll
gooil thing In the present difficult
Phase of its history that the man..
Males 'should have elected the candi
date it did.
I OR WM LM 1 IRSTT,
"Senaior Haiu.ng s aid, al least,
la airead) deflneu; ne wianea to help
ih' v.-i:liJ so lar its he can honorably
'J.. arith the appioval of ioiigre and
srlthout CompromlBing American n
tereats," says this nCwapaper,
IYs believe we Interrupt European
as Well as liiittsn opinion," It adds,
When say tna: an Anieiican gov-
rnmenl Which stands foi in own wun
Irj fll t. Isisl and for all time will be
understood and sPprajclaCcd m this old
win, n ol omn minh has loxt Its 111 u -sion
and Is no longer in a mood to
i. train ulier v.sioi.aiy politics.
ii?.. i it.. . VIEWS.
in its comment today ori the united
.-itaie pic siiietiti. I election. Ihe ..inn
cliesier Liuaidlan says-
ihe main pofkiUd motive of the
electors! cho.ee u general .ubseni,
acoUiiiulated dislike ot ilsohism and
nol love of Hai'dn:g ar.a his parly.
The batiwiiuJ repudnition
i i. u tiagi en . go from those
aaoka in tne aututnri fait when the
material powei of America uras de-
cidtng the World. ?li- und her lore
moal mind was leading me world to
wards such .i peace as might have
given us a tranquil. sv.ifiiy conva)a-
I snt world insieud of ihe present
aim Id's fab ol Spites, greeds ar.d SUB
!' I'elween nations and uisumon
U si i iuh of them. The soiled,
Bcaircfl I ld WOrld of International
polttlca seemed to be on the eve of
redemption on the day when the
lews i.iine that ormnn would sur-
U n points.
1.1 KMC! s mi i.
Lb what proportions a want of
dynamic genius in President Wilson
and an irrcucemabic viclousiiess of
spirit in other poltticiana contributed
10 oarken that opening prospeet we
i.Miot tell yet. li Is gone now. Ku
.ope is .snarling, grabbing and Jooke
Lng lii the old slims While ill the re
maining effect of Wllaoi ii in Amerl-
a la the decision ol the presidential
election by an overwhelming balance
ol public antipathy lo It The story
Is lhat ot one . iho i.iot pnifui of all
failures in the execution of a task
H u l PARIS BAYS.
PARIS, No 4. -I'aris newspapers,
commenting this, afternoon on the
A me r;ra ti election, agree that Sena
tOI Harding's BUCceSB is i distinct de
feat for the league bf nations hs es-
tabllahed iv th wiiaon covenant.
The Temps aayo: "The election
may he considered as a refciendum on
the entrance of the United States into
thl league of nations, the result of
' rgonaJ . foi Preal
La Llberte sais: "American com
mon aenaa has condemned Utopia In all
it forms. Pro m an International
point of view the American election
.- urv a I, ad .i.,v for R, .ahun and
the society of nations, the conse
quences of which will be foil through
out the world."
The Intransigent says: "From the
French point of view It is a success
.-n.iu.i Harding has ot:.-, profisse.l
rrlendahlp for France, declaring that
I ' an. . j!,J find In hl-o alh He
will not relinqmst th.- traditions hlch
l-lnd the new world with France"
DISQUIETING TTlTi DE.
Th.- Journal de DebatS savti: Tii
Republican party, fundamentally pro
tectionist, regards tariff not as an In
strument of reprisals, but as one 0f
protection. Such an attitude i9 dis
quieting to urn."
The petit ParUdona aavs- ' Two :
queatlona dominate the situation cre
ted bj the election of the Rasubll-
M ao far aa France is concerned.!
Ont Is Hie Versailles treatv ar.d the
Lag is of nations and the othsr the
question of tariffs
The first question 8 settled Irrc
vo. ably but Senator Harding s decla
ration at . hbugo in the oourse of hla
campaign Is not reassuring for French
manufacturer., and exporters, a 1 v ad
Vo.at.U a revision of the tariff and
tn'r'TT" 'V'" 1utlt" wn American
Import from Europe "
MB3UOO CITY, Nov. 4 - Reports of
ihe election in th- fnlted States vs.r..
given the entire front pages of newa
ta.orB of this city. Only two Journ-!
als. the Kxcelxior and El Heraldo de '
Mexico, ventured (o speculate editor.-1
allv on what s Rdpubllcari adminis
tration in the United states means to
The foimer sees immediate recog-
nil Ion as a result of the electron, and
: the other as-sertr Senator Harding s
, election "will not be an obstacle to
good relations between Mexico and
the 1'nlted Stales."
The Excelsior, which sees hi the
election "a personul rebuke" for l'resl
s dent Wilson, asserts he now "can
scarcely he expected to refrain from
recognising Mexico as a revenge
1 against tha Republican senatorial ma
jority, which In the past has assumed
' an uncordlai and even hostile attitude
toward thla country,"
El Heraldo reJotCSa that Senator
' Harding is not a 'fire eaterOf the
Senator Pall class,' hut asserts his
itatementa regarding Mexico e-m to
e vague and "we a'e confused at
judging his true mental attitude to
j ward us. His election puzzles us. al
I ..houKh we havi faith m his ability."
M Hi I M."N COMMENT
LONDON, Nov. - The London
j morning papers dwell upon w hat they
character. ze 11s tho decisive rejection
A the present An.- rlcan government a
policy and express the opinion that
the turn-over gives projpoct that
whatever policy I resident Harding
may adopt will at least have a chanco
of acceptance by a strongly Hepubll
' can congreb.
I The Time's is pleased to think that
Mr. Harding will noi b h; own prims
miniates and. foreign mtoUifer." it rr
I gards the elections as a distinct warn
ing to lasJshev lsts and extrcinlFts of
The Morning Post compares Presi
dent Wilson rUlAVfUii Jl xia UCh
are id-airsfs -.cith i.hntl(al methods,
though different alms, und ihlnks thrif
"America's rejection of ic'.i autocratic
Idfrallsm will hi lng relief to the world."
"Americans," add:' ihe paper, have
decided not in favor of strident and
arrogant nationalism, but against pry
ing and unworkable internationaliam."
L'he Dally Mull says: In electing
Mr. 11. 1. d.ng the American people dc
clqced emphatically for a spell of con
aervatlsm in home politics and cuu-
tio.is American Lsm in the world out
looltv The defeat Of Cox condemns the
league, of nullum aa constructed of
r allies. But while Sir. Harding
discards the league, he and his party
arc aware .hut t.i- United States must
sooner or later take their part 111 set
tllng the troubles of the old world."
WW vi Bl ki IN s s.
BERLIN, Nov. 4. German papers
concur In the attempt to Hnd comfort
in Serial or Harding's victoiy. :ks pre
saging earls restoration of normal re
Latlona between the United States and
Th.. I.l.lrnl A r. -,.r.,.. ....
' We have got rid of Wilson, who. in
the la.M an-ilvids ws t., blame for our
mlafortune. Mr. Harding will play
I politics and mix In world affairs only1
so far as they concern American in"-;
Th.- Vosslache Zeitung says;
.-. IL l Wll -.
" It Is not Harding's vlctorv or Cox's
defeat, but the complete disavowal of
Wilson. Germany's chief Interest
lurns on Mr. Ha; ding's campaign ut
teran.es favoring the quickest possl
bie re-eatablishmem of peace time re-1
l.iilonj, i-c-vv. n Herm.inv and the,
I I nited States."
fount von Bernstorff, the former
' rman ambassador at Washington
lng in the Aoht Uhr Abendblatt' I
thinks that In favoring The Hague tri
bunal and improvement of the league 1
Benator Harding has broken away
from the policy of the Complete Isola- !
cion ol America.
The Tageblatt says:
.i,,11' !'Jay. we snaUr ,1;"ds in spirit
th p, sident-eloct Harding
V m k ta becM H-e m him I
M 1KJ PARIS OaOf 1
PARIS. Nov. 4 Newspapers of this
city give gre.at prominence to reports
I of the American election and publish
many pictures of Senator Hording, the
Kxc lslor giving its entiro first page
to ihe successful presidential candi
date arid his family. in thlr com
ments, the newspapers declare the
election of Senator Harding was a tri
umph, give high praise to his per
sonality und recall he has always as
serted great sympathy for France.
Editors are unanimous ln remarking
that the election clearly condemns the
poll. of President Wilson and set
tles definitely the situation existing
between the administrative and egs. 1
lallve department of the government
They aascrt this situation has com
pletely paralyzed American interna- I
Mortal policy." and express the con
Victloa that the result of the election I
will in no way prejudice Franco- '
By his love of order and ths
brightness of his character." doclares 1
the Matin "Senator Harding deserves
the Confidence of the French pcopl
Hope Is expressed by the Echo de !
Purls, that "ih.- at.,,. . . ...
01 . m W r """ 'n wmon
Tu r- .A'od thc 'lons between
the I nited States and the league of
nations will provide occasion to repair
sorn. ,,r the faults . onimltted , t Ver-
WHAT SWISS sy.
BBRNB. Nov. 3. The Swiss news
papers toda) comment sympathetirallv
on the election of Senator Harding
The Bund considers Harding's Victory
"the first natural reaction against thei
autocratic tendencies and Internationa
pollcv of President Wilson."
"The American people," the news-
M u VORK, Nen 1 Governor
Smith todj com ded election or
Nathan l. miii t-, i.- Republican
opponent for ilu governorship and
sent him a telegram congratnla
lore mcesogc lo 1.1- home ... vi-a-
tik- message r .01
Plea-, accept Incere and
licnrly congra ttlgl - on rour
PHOENIX, il.. N o 1 M
II. Me t all;. rluclrtn.in of the
Democratic shite pomimtt 10
iUv conceded llio dlection it. rl
sona 1 Seniitor Krurdlng llalph
ll Cameron Hcpulrfictui candidate
for senator, nml tile re-clcciou if
Governor rhoinnji !' Campbell,
elSO K.-publn 1111.
1 ILCM1H H 1 ..-. 1 t om
pleii nnpfflcial reojrn.s from the
lTtt. cougiehnn I dLslrlct show
sue h a e-lose- s.nt''!t fcr rsmgiv.ss
inan between . Morgan, Ite
puhllenn, uml . A. -JihrKik,
Demociot, thai ii will require th-"
offleinl von- ;.. ih finite)) deter
mine th.- result. The relurn
siiow Aslibrtxik leading lv U a
vote- vvliln- Morgan eliims lie Is
eleele-el "bj a safe vote.'
lH ls HjLE, Kv . Nov. 1.
eldll loruil returns tdiv mad'' bnl
little change In ll smtntorial race
in Ren ucky, Scnnujg .7. ' .
lit " Llurii, Hi u 10' rat, uialnlalii
lib. lead over lUehOfq .1 I in St
, tlepublicon, veiiii ttut 1 1 -" of -,22
pre. In. t.s unreported Itciurns
ii mi ;;,t)itl pr.s diets iivc l'.ni-t
i:u ), i2 Hall til i I 1 ,:t'' 1
KtlTffiWV"T;. 1 .'.(l presr-ineti
for president i .v.- Harding 142 -S3S;
t'oi 154, 0ti5.
M PAUL, Minn.. - i
gi-c man . J. Vol&tead, Repub
Mean, of the seventh Minnesota
Jlsiri. t, author f tbc prohibition
CAforocmeiii i. i baa boon ree eet
ed on ih' Rej alilican n k. t after
a close fight wiih only thirty
smaller prod m ta missing today he
luid 33.B86 votes agalnal 32,031 for
K'-v. o. .f. Kvaic Independcii . und
choice of the Non-i'arii an Icagne.
HELEN . Mont., Nov I
Senator HnydlngV) lead In Mon
tana, on returns from 1,158 out ol
1,482 precincts, climbed ts!a lo
13,208 i vrnii r Senator J. If. !i
on.ltepubllcan t iiidldato for goy
. mot on the i u of the same ro
tor na, bad a l.il of 34,888 over B.
li. Whcofor, Democrat, Thc ooun t:
Harding B2.680; 10,472; idxon
'is,.: 1 1 u hei lor B3 3 it.
RENO, ll, N. I U ill. h--
iIjmi 500 votes imcountcd. Nevada
lui-. e.iven s. natoi Harding s pi.u
i.iiii cxceedlnf 1,000 over Gover
nor Cox. Former Governor Taa
ker l. Oddie has boon elected
i niti'ei States senator v r bis
Democratic opponent, Senator
Ucnderaon, hv a majorit of
noo. The suite loglsbitqre will
luive a He-pnhll. an uuijorll v
WICHITA, Ivaai.. Nov. I - With
jut one- product mlssbig in the
ninth Kansas eongreaolonal dis
trict, ES, A. Bird, Republican can
dldate for eongTe- i- leading W
A. Avers, Democrat, by a majorit)
of .179 votes.
i .in.. . N. D . Not I Returns
compiled ai noon (odaj fyoan 1,571
precincts out ..r m'.ii showed
Lynn J Frailer, Repnblican, Non
Paitlaan cutting down the-
lend of .I. f. ( manor, Democrat,
The vote was O'Connor 03,715;
DETR4 V1 . Ml. h , N.m I M-
though no definite riirure-. were
uvailahli em the Socialist pnrtv
voie in Michigan. tt m.u waa
oall mo tod i.abiv .( 35,000 ii. a
statement from state w.a-iaii-t
hi ulijuarl. r. I our . BTS BgO ll"
total Socialist VOUS ua, IG.1JU
iNs city. Nov I. Re
publican pluralities in Knnass for
prcdenl uml stutp offices con- i
tlnuc.i to I". rt-;i. todaj when ad
ditional rcsurn. were received.
Returns fro i flit pixjcinets ut
of 2i2d gave Harding i:;:.::;:-'
t o lirt. 730,
i or i nited tat. - v- nator: Car-II-,
Republican, 238,083; Hod-.-.
Democrat, 1 20,388.
l or governor: Allen. Republican
::;.z.'A: le,-, Democrat 153,148.
IP.sieiN ,n, I, Official return-
from B7d precincts out of
1,308 lu ih. stale -how the affirm
ative leading in ihe r fe ren.lurn on
the hiii io legalise tin .... of light
viin--unel Ih-.-i-v I In figures are:
I ca 243,210. no -':'. 370.
l l. same- preclni IS pic Debs,
iulit laiifllttite for imsident,
a vote of 18.710.
OM h . Neb . N,.e t Only
nine es. unties of Nebraska had
sent In returns loduv on Uie Vote
for th nilnor party pre-lde-ntlal
candidates in 'ac-h of Huss.-,
hoavever, i ugene Dens, s.ait-t
eandblatc, and Varon VVoikina,
f Con tinned on Page Nine.)
pa pei- adds, "do not vl.h a prohouncod'
presidential policy. Thej are dealr-J
ous of giving back power to congress,,
thus returning to a real democracy."
AFTER SEVEN YEARS
WARTTlNt'iTOX For s.we-n years Miss Alice l'awl, heai ol the
Nartio'hal 'Wom&jiS party, hiis worked i il v-1 1 1 itrTtl tiaj i r equal suf
irage She is shown (on the right) casting her FireM vote loi preoi
.lent, whic h wa certified in Washington before Miss ( 'athoriilf Klan
agail 1 left I, another Bllffrage worker, and sent hy mail to Miss rani's
i home in New Jersey.
FOUR POLICE IN
Sir Hamar Explains Why Lord
Mayor's Body Was Taken
j DUBIN-! Nov. 3. (By the Asso
Iciateel lTen3) Four more policemen
j were murdered today at different
; places under daring circumstances,
i One was kidnapped and several were
wounded. As liulic-atlng the terrjr
prevailing the body of one murdered
! policeman lay twenty-four hours in
'the road and was passed by many per
sons before tho authorities were ln
Tho AthlOhs printing works, where
the West meal h Independence was
published, were burned early today by
men ln a military lorry With Incendi
ary' bombs and petrol The damage
Is estimated at 100,000 pounds. Three
hundred employes were made Idle.
GREENWOOD EX PXiA I X s
LONDON. Nov. 3 Sir Humor Green
wood, chief secretary tor Ireland, iu
explaining to the nouaa of commons
today why the i.ody of lord Mayor
MacSWiney Of Cork hud been diverted
from Dublin and sent direct to Cork
tiaid the government late on tho day
of the departure of the boely from
Ixindon had decided to obviate the
chance of a demonstration In Dublin
Thla decision was reached, be declared
owing to reports from Dublin that a
funeral there would b- likely io re
sult In Hie loss of Innocent lives.
(jueslioned regardlhg a story from
a staff correspondent In Ireland of
ihe Daily News that the correspond
ent's life was In danger from "black
and tnr.s" because be Wrote the
"truth." Sir Hamar told th commons
tho government had not been Inform
ed that the corre-spondent had been
LONDON. Nov. a. - Sir Thomas
James Smith. Inspector general of the
Irish constabulary. hi resigned, says
a dispatch to the Dally Mall trom Dub
lin. His resignation Is attributed to
"disapproval of undisciplined action
and destruction of property by armed
forces of th? crown."
EUCPRIfi L IN ERIN.
GUANA It D. County Longford, Ire
land, Nov. 4- Reprisals for the shoot
ing and killing of Ldslrlcl Inspector
of Police Kellegher, which occurred
Sunday evening, were carried out here
at midnight last night when eleven
motor lorries filled with uniformed
men Invaded the town. Rifles Were j
fired into houses anel a dozen houses j
and business premises wore burned.;
The buildings destroyed included the
market house and hotel, valued at 76,
The Inhabitants of Qranard fought
the flames and saved many ether,
houses from destruction.
Declares Way Should Be
Paved So Harding Takes
Post at Once
CHICAGO. Nov. 4 William Jon-
inings Bryan, In Chicago today, gave
'out a statement eugge-atinj, that "I'r' s
: Plant Wilson should resign at once."
"Now lhat the American people
'have decisively declared against tho
.league of nations as written by 'he
president,' said Mr. Bryan, "il would
scm desirable to carry out the ver
Idlct Immediately. This can easily bo
1 "The president should resign at once
land turn over his office to Mr .lar
I shall, on the condition that on the
jconver.lng of congress In December,
Mr. Marshall pppolnt Senator Harding
laecretiary of rtaii; and himself resign
"The law then would make Mr Hor
jding president and with the Kepubli-
cain support In congress he- e-ould at
I Once put into operation the plans for
the I'nited States to enter into an as
sociation of nations for peace
"Ab world peace Is a thing near
I est the president'! heart, he can hard
ily refuse to hasten tho coming of
peace hy no small a sacrifice if It
could be called a BOCrifloe to escape
from a three months' combat with a
i hostile ongreen, supported as it is by
jthe recant vote."
DISCOVER PLOT TO
AT ARMY MANEUVERS
TOKio, Nov. A. Dlepatchea
from Kukoka, on lha northeast
coast of Kin Shlu Island, report
th discovery of A plot to attack
high personages li.rlt.ic the forth
coming annual army maneuvers.
Ten Koreans were arrested there,
on a charge that they were In
the possession of bombs.
PRUSSIANS HELP DEFEAT
IRREGULAR POLISH ARMY
RIGA. Nov. 4. Offensive operations!
!by Irregular Polish troopn commanded j
by General Zellgouskl have been
i checked ulong the entire front by the.
Lithuanians during ihe past few days, I
land as a result the evacuation of Kov-
no, has been postponed. The only
point where the- Pobis have not been
clefcatil Is on the norlhe-rn sector of
the line where they have occupied the
railroad station nt Dushtl. Hard fight
ing took place on the line between VII
na and Kovno.
Reports from Kovno attribute th
Lithuanian successes to the asslstmn e
given by Prussians. Whole units. It
is declared, have crossed the- frontier
with their arms and ammunition.
ACTIVITIES III 1
TO BEPBflBED J
Hearing in Judge Anderson's
Court in Indianapolis
MATTER OF EVIDENCE
TO BE INVESTIGATED
Scope or Nature of Inquiry I
Not Given in Telegram !
for Palmer j
rNDIANAPOLIS. Int.. Nov. 4. At- BH
y General A Mitchell Palmer, wtt H
advised in a telegram from I'nited La
States Dlatrtct Juik.- A. B Anderson raB
toda! that an Investigation of the nt- esal
torney general's connection with the pa
case against I3S coal mine operators !
ami miners would b niaile when the j
case Is called for trial In the federal iH
couit here on November S. Mr. Pal-
m"r was invited to be present on that j
I Judge Anelerson assured tho attorney jH
: general thai the ea.-e of the coal mln- 111
ers and operators would be called on
the date aet, although to date only the ' jl
Indiana operators and miners and '!
those of western Pennsylvania WhO LI
voluntarlls surrendered are in th..
Jurisdiction of the Indiana dlstilct saBi
SOOPl IN KNOWN
No Indication as lo Ihe SCOPS or na
ture of the Inveatlgatlon to be made
I was given in the telegram, but It was JH
i believed 1 i .11 . Smin.v. former peel:, i
i ouriMel for th.. government.
I would be called to explain ruff a -?, WM
proposal in regard lo the evidence In
ihe a.-e said to have been made by Mr. H
Palmer and whtoh resulted in Mi H
' SiuiuiH' withdrawal from tho case. It
j was expected that United States Ids H
, trlct Attorney Kred Van Niiys. former SH
ne L Krt Black, ami de-
part men t of Justice agents w ould also Bfl
I he called. !iBl
ins ii. lii. k am ;
j "Judge Anderson dire, ts ms
i i;. you that thi caa against the nofl H
icoal operators anel miners. United
i iii "
I ailed for trial ln this court at the
! time set, next Monday. November 8. at
which time an Investigation will be
made in open court of certain mstt.-i
'involving your connection with the fH
ease This notice Is given so lhat you
!....'. be present, if vou io deire." Iffl
(Signed) NOBLE C BUTLER. LH
Clerk United Suites district court.
i At the time of Mr. SImms' roalgna - gH
I Hon, Attorney-General Palmer stated r
that he had merely directed that cvl- J Bfl
tempt proceedings, afterward elropped. iJH
'that follow. i .indg. Anderson's In-
Junction agains: the miners' strike,
I should not he used in the Lever act
lease. He said that it had been a greet) LH
In the presence of Judge Anderson
not to tat th- evidence 1
Nil OPINION .l I N
Judge Anderson and officials hei I
' have expressed no opinion in regard to I
nr. an undersUi?idlng or agreemen' I
j as mentioned by the attorney-genera' IH
iP'tice. It is understood, however, that b
Judge Anderaon merely consented that ILaaa
i proceedings oughi rJH
' against tho mine union officials be
, abated inasmuch as the men on strike
' b ed returned to work and also a grand HJ
I Jury was to bo summoned to InVesti- I HJ
j gate all transactions of the miners and LHJ
Judge And. action vvas the -S
result o'fthe resignation on October
4 of Mr. Sims, who was in chargt
j of the proseeution of the 12 0 miners '.
and operators Indicated March 11, I HJ
'last, for violation of the Lever aet
grand Jury convened by Judge Andcr- ERfl
...n December 17, 191&, to Investigate I'gV
I thc conduct of the miners' strike iu i
i thc bituminous fluids lant November
and of any possible collusion between LI
the miners and operators in connec- BSa
lion with the strike. ej
Mr. Simnis explanation of his res- ! HJ
Ignatlob vva.-j that Attorney-General ,a
Palmer had Imposed limitations on the j"
conduct of the case that "lltcrall I ERJ
out the heart ofthe- case." Iaa
. ii I It l M s IN DARK.
Department of Justice officials con BRJ
fessed to be at a loss to understanei Essmi
the hieonlng Of the telegram to the at- ELI
torney general as made public at In- bL
Dan W Sims, special assistant to
the attorney general ln charge of tbe Emma
Indianapolis bituminous coal cases. I
resign ad recently after receiving in- I
sti uctlons not lo Introduce evidence a I
second time i?;ai(ist the .o-.i operat ,
e.rs nhleh was Ihe basis for contempt 9
proceedings against thorn. Mr. Pal- I
mer stated at that time that he ami I
Mr. Sims had agreed not to use thla i
evidence and that the agreement hart i
been mado In the presence of Judge
PA1 MER UBSJ SI
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 Attorney
Heneral Palmar was absent from the
city today and officials at the depart
ment wo. lid make no comment on tho
telegram wTikrh Judge Anderson at
Indianapolis announced he had sent to
Mr PalmC-' Robert T Scott. aselsLmt P
to the atteirne.y general, said the tele
gram had not yet been received.
OF SUGAR SOON TO ,
THING OF PAST
WASHINGTON. Nov. 4 The fl
last vestige of government con- 'BEj
trol over sugar has been removed BBJ
through signature, by President BBBJ
Wilson of a proclamation pro vie!- BBBJ
lng or revocation November BBBJ
licences held by wholesalers. BBBJ
refiners, exporters and Importers. BBBfl
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