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2 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTRMRrp ? J I
DAIL CABINET
I PICKS LEADERS
I 'Imported Decisions Are Ex
pected at Meeting Next
i Saturday
DUBLIN', Sept. 7 (By the Associ
ated rrJM ) ICnnwlfilpo reK-nnllnu;
the rumored arrout of Eamon de Va
lora or the wounding of Ersklno Chtl
ders was denied today by the pnb
.ictt 1 .partment of t ho Irish gov-
rnmont here.
The dail cabinet Wednesday night
discussed the filling of the office
made vacant by the deaths of Arthur
Griffith and Michael Collins and the
resignation of (Jrnrpc Gavin Duffy.
It Is understood decisions were reach
ed which will be made public at Pat
urday's meeting of the dail
The political correspondent of the
Freeman's Journal says the meeting
on Saturday will constitute "an lm
portant step toward consolidating the
freedom won under the Anglo-IrMh
M. It Is expected that a vote will be
taken which will In effect be a vote
Kj of confidence of the government and
a further ratlf Icatlon of the treaty.
WIRE LINKS BLOCKED.
LONDON. Sept. T. (By the Asso
elated Press Interruption of tele
graphic communication between Lon
don and Cork and reported Inter
ruption between Dublin and Cork lias
led to the belief by some, of the Lon
don newspapers today that events of
great momi'tit arc happening in tho
cork region, especially since fighting
B! was reported there during the night
POISONING HI MORS.
Rumors In Dublin that a doctor
and two nurses had been arrested on
suspicion In connection with tin d.-at'i
of Arthur Griffith, are devoid of foun
ilatlon, according to the Exchange
Telegraph correspondent in the Irish
capltol. He adds that the story has
been circulated in Dublin for the last
week.
(Note? A Dublin dispatch to the
Associated Press on Sept. 1 said the
rumors that Mr. Griffith was poisoned .
Hj which were prevalent at the time of
his funeral, again were being circu
lated. The physicians who attended
H, tho dail president, however, stated
E: positively tliat he died from natural
causes, probably frm bearl disi is I
TO SIMPLIFY GOVERNMENT
LONDON, Sept 7. The Dublin cpr
respondent of the Times says tht
.there will be fewer members of the
new Irish cabinet, the maohinerv ol
which will be simplified by closer co
ordination of officers The probable
H! ,makc-up of the cabinet Is given as
follows:
Chairman and minister of finance,
William Cospr;nv
Defense, 1'lcliar.l Mu!r,iliy.
Local government, Km. st Blytha
Home affairs, Kevin O'Hlggms.
Labor and trade. Joseph McGrath
Agriculture and economies, P.'itrlck i
J. Hogan.
Education, Flnian Lynch.
Postofflce. J J. Walsh
Publicity Desmond Kitnprald.
The correspondent says Ireland
rtalns Its confidence in the movement :
hut Is dlBcouraged and alarmed over
the continuance of disorders. The 1
.government, he adds, is expected to '
rniakc a firm statement of policy and
announce a definite program of pro
lection, construction and reform
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TO MRS. BILL HART
LOS ANGELES, Sept 7. Mrs. W il
liam S. Hart, uifc of thr motion pic
ture actor, paw- birth to l. son at i
Santa Monica, near here. Wednesday. I
It was announced that the boy would I
be named William 9. Hurt, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Hart st parated sev
eral months ago and Mrs Hart has
keen living at the home of her mother
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WASHINGTON. Sept. 7 The pnst
offlcc department announced that
L'tah now has 60 rural fr e delivery
routes which cover 1463 miles Idaho
has 216 routes of 5776 miles and
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DEATH LAID II
WOMAN'S MATE
A. E. Caviness of Boise
Denies Guilt When Held
For Murder
BOISQ, Ida., Sept. 7 A. E. Cavi
ness was Wednesday formally charped
with the murder of his wife. Maude
Btbel Caviness, who died Monday af
ternoon r,a a result of injuries received
when she was beaten over the head us
6he laid OSleep In her bed early last
Friday morning.
A coroner's Jury after hearing evi
dence for several hours returned a
verdict that the woman came to her
death from blows "In our opinion in
flicted by her husband "
Mrs. CavineSS had filed suit for di
vorce charging cruelty and tho two
were to have sparati d within a few
days. Th husband contends that he
was awakened from his sleep by his
wife's screams bind that he saw a
lhadow disappear through the front
door. He declares that he found his
vii. :tiing up in her bed with blood
gushing from her head, but maintains
that he is unable to throw any light
on the crime.
Following the finding of tho cor
cner's Jury a warrant for murder was
sworn out by Henry Griffiths, chief of
police, and served on Caviness. who
had been held in the city Jail for In
estlgation. He was arraigned in jus
tice court on the charge, to which he
pleaded not guilty and was held for
trial, being taken to the county Jail.
Asking to see his wife before being
taken away, Caviness kissed the dead
woman's lips and wept bitterly In
reference to the charges filed he said:
"If there Is any Justice I will be
freed."
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TURK CAVALRY
ROUTS GREEKS
Grecian Losses Estimated
At 50.C00 Since Cam
paign Began
PARIS, Sept. 7 ( Hy the Associat
ed Press.) The Turkish advance
gu-rds ftrfi no less than 30 mlies from
Smyrna, according to (he latest of
ficial advices . aching Pari! from An
gora The nationalist cavalry is re
ported making a dash for the coas
at Smyrna.
The Greek loses sin-- the opening
. i th. campaign arc estimated In th'
Angora advices at 60.000. Ol thes-,
15,'0' represent prisoners and tho ro
niainder killed and wounded
Angora also reports the capture of
an entire Greek army corps of th'
southern proup. which was encircled ii
the repl"n of Sa'hll and surrendered
Th- cities of Ballkesr) and Sumiir
have been occupied by the national-
. ORGAMZrs RELIEF.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 7. Th'
200,01111 i 'j rek and Armenian refugees
from the Interior of Asia Minor wh
aro pouring into Smjrna presents a
tremendous relief problem The first
steps for preventing epidemic an
wholesale starvation were taken to
day at a conference of Armenian re
lief agencies presided over b Rear
Admiral Mark L. Briston. U S. X. at
which the Smyrna emergency relief
committee was organized.
The relief committee bcselgerl with
appeals to ship immediately all avail
able supplies of medicines and food
stuffs and experienced relief worker
to Smyrna. The messages picture the
deplorable plight of the refugees wh i
nre forced to nhandon everything for
a trejt of several days under a brollln;
sun
GREAT TU: ABANDONED.
SMYRNA, Sept. 7. (By the Asso
ciated Press) The Greek government
is determined not to evacuate Smyrna
i War Minister rh otokla assured a dep-
him Wednesday
Th rapidly advancing army of the
Turkish nationalists Is now reported to
be less than 40 miles from Smyrna
The city will soon be the only re
maining outlet ' 1 r the stream of ref
ugees tleein?r before the approach of
the enemy, as the Greeks are evacuat
ing the districts of r.alrn mieh, Ez-Ine,
j Aivadjlk and Righa, on the Asiatic sla,
of tho straits.
The.se dLstr.ci.s comprise the entire
I Mount Ida. peninsula from Pander
mla on the sea of Marmora to Aivad
i jtk on the Aegean sea, which has been
strongly fortified
Thr evacuation means the nban
donlnp of six hundred square miles of
territory and more than one-third of
tin Short line of the Dardanelles and
th-- Marmora and Aegean seas held
j by tho Greeks.
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NEWS
BRIEFS
i
ATHENS. Sept. 7. (By the Asso
ciated Press.) According to tho
newHpaper Bleutheres Tlpos. the or
' pan of th Veril.-.. los party here, there
i Is no possibility of former Premier
i Venlielos returning to Athens unless
j he receives a "solemn call utt' r l
j by the united will of the Grect peo
ple." FORMER GOVERNOR DIES.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala Former Gov
ernor Emmett O'Neal died here today
after several weeks' illness.
DIMMED TO SAVE COAL.
ST. PAUL, Minn The lights of
the state capitol wore dimmed Wed
nesday night as the first step in the
coal conservation program to be car
ried out In Minnesota under the proc
lamation Issued hy Governor Preus
BIG RAILROAD ORDER.
ST. LOUIS, Mo Contracts for tho
J delivery of equipment calling for an
I expenditure of $8,000,000 have been
! let by the St Louis & San Francisco
railroad, It was announced today.
PAYNE DECORATED.
BRUSSELS John Barton Payne,
chairman of tho American Red Cross,
was decorated Wednesday by King
Albert with tho cross of Grand Offi
cer of tho Order of Leopold. The
decoration was conferred for tho aid
r ndered by the Red Vross during
and after the war.
FORBID GRAIN EXPORTS.
BUDAPEST The exportation of
-:raln has been prohibited b the Hun-
garian government as ths crop out
look shows no surplus over the needs
of the population. The measure. It Is
believed, will further aggravate ihe
food situation in Austria
WEDDING POSTPONED.
COPENHAGEN Crown Prince
Frederick has postponed his mar
riage to Princess Olgu, nloce of King
RESCUE CREWS
FAR FROM GOAL
Caved -in Tunnels and Solid
Rock Bar Way of
Both Parties
JACKSON, Cal . Sept. 7 The
eleventh day of ceaseless effort to
bor an underground channel to reach
tin 4i entombed Argonaut miners
found rescue crews ftlll far from their
goal with Indications that tho task
I must ko on for it least several days.
J Crews battering and drilling through
earth and rock from 3600 foot and
3900 foot levels of tho Kennedy mine
Which adjoins the burning Argonaut
progressed between 20 and 30 feet
Wednesday ni-ht it was estimated un
officially today. Experts said "sev
eral days" would be required to break
through the remaining wall of earu.
rock, twisted Iron and huge timbers
which still .separated the rescuers and
the Imprisoned miners.
Kennedy crews burrowing through
th. 1900 foot level have cleared ap
proximately cr.0 feet and still must
tunnel 1S5 feet more through a cavea
In tunnel to attain a 142 feet wall of
solid ruck Then the wall of rock
must be penetrated to admit of en
trance on the -1600 foot level uf the
Argonaut
Arponaut rescue workers have ap
proximately 300 feet of caved-ln tun
nel to clear in the 3600 foot Kennedy
level in order to reach a point 29
tee! from the Argonaut tSOO foot levei
where the fellow Argonaut employes
ire thought t held prisoners. Thl.s
29 feet Is solid rock and engineers
estimate that it can be drilled in 36
hours after being reaehed. Stopes
connect all levels in the Argonaut
gold workings, and In the event the
Kennedy workers attain their objec
tive first on the 1600 foot level It Is
believed tho entombed men can be
v u bed as soon as the tunneling Is
completed.
BOY SCOUTS WILL
HELP SAFETY WEEK
NEW YORK. Sept 7 Twenty
thousand Hoy Scouts and 2000 scout
masters will aid the Safety Institute
of America In the campaign to pre
vent public Occidents which will be
Inaugurated with a Safety Week in
October, it was announced by Elbert
IT. Gary, chairman of the Institute of
Public Safety committee. The ap
pointment of Franklin D. Roosevelt as
Chairman of the Boy Scouts' commlt
jtee of the public safety committee was
announced.
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year. It was found the Amlenborg.
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could not be finished this autumn.
HARSH CUBAN LAW.
HAVANA Tho Cuban house of
representatives has approved assent
to President Zayas of a bill which
would In effect authorize, tho courts
to suspend virtually the entire Ha
vana city administration It empow
ers the courts to suspend any public
official under Indictment and as
Mayor Diaz de Villegas and a large
number of his officials are under
charge! of misappropriating public j
funds they would be amenable to tho
act.
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BYFiELD MAKES
PUBLIC APPEAL
Friends Sympathize But
There's a Difference in
Their Attitude
ATLANTA. Ga.. SepL 7. Request
that the public suspend Judgment on
the charges growing out f their voy
age tn Europe this Bummer with Wnl
tei 'J' Candler, Is made by Mr. and
Mrs Clyde K. BflMd In an article
I which the Atlanta Constitution pub-;
lkdicd today.
Mrs Byiicld has brought suit for'
$10u.00) damages atfalnnt Mr cand-'
ler, charging an attempted attack on,
h' P. and Mr Ca. idler h:is initiated pro- ,
ceedlngB to prevent Mr Uyfield fromj
releasing on a $20,500 note which the
banker gave Mr. Byfleld after the
in. Idenl in Mrs Byfield's stateroom
on the steamship Berengaria.
"The hardest thlnp, I've experienced
though) has been to reconcile myself
to the attitude of my friends," Mr
By Held was quoted as saying.
That hurts hurts like everything
YOU Bee lots of thehl have been to
me, assured me of their confidence
and their sympathy and have tender-j
ed me their services in this trouble.;
And 6till with mighty few exception,
I can tee and feel a difference.
He added that he did not blamel
tin m but that "It's pretty hard."
Mrs. Byfleld is said to have re-1
covered from the nervous breakdown
ehe suffered following her return to
Atlanta.
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. . .
DAUGHERTY YIELDS h
ON INJUNCTION ,
c
(Continued From Paco One)
as other leaders of the shopmen's !
unions, had been In Baltimore.
Officials of the Baltimore ft Ohio
railroad, of which Daniel Willnrd la I
president, and which is Included in j
th group of roads from which strike
leaders hipe to obtain separate agree- 1
ments, deni d knowledge of any con- !
fen nee with Jewell or his associates.
With the Issuance of the call for,
! the policy committee meeting Mr.
Jewell was reported to be en route
to Chicago.
The meeting of shop crafts lead- 1
ers was called for the same day on j
which Judge Wilkerson set tor hear- ,
inkr the government's application to
make the Daugherty Injunction per-!
nuncnt.
Attorney General Daugherty an
nounced at Washington that the gov-'
ernment would ' consider in due time I
what proceedings would be taken
against the few misguided labor lead- '
ers who made incendiary speeches" j
in 'onnection with tin Industrial sit-
uatlon I'nlon leaders denied that
Mr Jewell and his associates had
been purposely avoiding the serving j
of writs.
IMPKACITMEXT DEMANDED. J
Meanwhile labor leaders In the east
Joined in demands for the Impeach
ment of Attorney General Daugherty
and Judge Wllkerson because of tho
Injunction.
Samuel Gompers. president of the
American Federation of Labor, and
hla executive council, meeting at At
luntle City, prepared for a court bat
tle to vacate the Injunction.
The Nebraska State Federation of
Bahor, In calling upon union men to
contribute to tho aid of the striking
railway men, adopted resolutions de-
daring for the amalgamation for the
various unions In each Industry'. "8o
that there shall remain but one union
for each industry."
This proposal frequently adanced
by various labor leaders, Is part of
the program of William Z. Foster,
radical leader of the steel strike In
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CAR LOADINGS INCREASE.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. Attorney
ii'-rul Daugherty's announcement of
the government's plan of pro:eduro In
connection with Its Injunction suit
against tho striking railway shop
crufts was viewed here today as n
reply to labor leaden and others who
have ssalled the Injunction as a vio
lation of constitutional rights, leav
txiK In no doubt the determination of
the department of justice to pursue
the course adopted.
Dividing Interest with that develop
ment In the rail situation today were
continued reports of secret negotia
tions looking to some sort of sepa
rate strike settlement with Individual
roads.
Despite the effort nf the shopmen's
strike freight loadings on all the
country's railroads during the week
lend- l August 26 totaled SSCUlM
Increase of 34.619 run U
I pared with the preceding werty.;.
i cording to a report today by tbtl
sodatlon of Railway KxocutlvesM.,.
loadings totalb d il) 030, or MK
j more- ' ian the week before, tkA,
port showed.
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SARAH WINOHESTBB;
DIES ON WEST C0r-
SAN JOSE. Sal., Sept
Winchester widow of lliasr
in h stcr, son of the founder.,!M!n.
Winchester Arms company,
her home- nar hero Jn"f'B
had 11. d a quiet, secluded
for about JO years. For w
he had aided financially the
ment ol I he Connecticut sH t
devoted to the treatment of tuy a
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