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1TIIE BUKiaxNuiUrt I'KEE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1920 r , i i r. r, n & c i r n n I I lit il I1IU U IL U L.. ! II I 1 IIHWUn PfluLUHlL LEAGUES BREAK SEN. HARDING AT POINT ISABEL American 12 - Team National and 3 Teams Organize League Judge Land is Head Governing Tribunal to Golf and Fishing First in President-Elect's Thoughts for Pome Time to Come Chicago, Nov. A. Tito major r.nsoiiaii J'oltit lfalioj, Texas, Nov. f. Rs" thn Associated Press). In this llttlo gulf const fishing town, which nestles In the southern most tip of continental United States, President-elect Hauling went Into seclusion to-day for an Interim of res? nm! recreation before ho begins prepara tion of the., policies of his administration. Politics ami International problems, and STATUS OF "LEGAL" LIPIS FIXED Storage in Commercial Ware houses and Transportation to Owners' Homes Not Prohi bited Says Supreme Cpurt of Insidious literary propaganda, and thero aro Indications that attempts ar being made to Import this forolgn plagua In a vlrulont form Into our own caun try." Tho total number of Jews In the world, on estimates mado bofore tho war, Is placed at 15.741.B62i In North America, 3,879,668; In South Amorlc. 110.667; In 13u rope, 11,433,968; In Aslfc, 483,382; n Africa, 3159,722 and In Australia, 19,415. It Is noted that In 1818 only 3,000 Jews ll-.od in tho whole United StateB and by 1907, that num ber had grown to 1,777,18:). U Is estlma'od from 1918 figures that thero aro now I, 500,000 Jews In New York city. Washington, Nov. S. (By tho Assoolated SPRECKELS SEES SUGAR BACK TO PRE-WAR .PRICES Now York, Nov. 7. Before leaving- thin country yesterday to spend the winter engucs to-day were urc-Ken up nnci u ,, ' , ." ' , i :,. . , ;, ..l !..nu,nA Press) Storage of lawfully acqulrod II- In tho South of trance, Glaus A. lew 12-club league composed of the eight ' ,m ,nml 1 e 1 . ,,i In commercial warehouses and 'he Spreckola of Snn Francisco, one of tho National clubs and the three from the J" "; ' , V ! ? ..t transportation of such Rtocks to the home largest sugur reriners In tlin world, prs- Ainerlcan Leogu.s which have sldcii with .'l " of tl,n "vn,r ' not Prohibited by Uie Vol- dieted that tho prlco of sugar will decline illom In Iho plans for reorganization of " 13 "'"f.'"' n? i. i I. I,niionM !,tcnrt nct um,er a decision handed down until It reaches Its pro-war basis. He the enme was organised. A 12th ti.ember nrn. ,0. V. ... ... .' ... to-day bv the Supremo Court. I eatd that' the government control of sugar arm nioumon. no puis ustiing ursi oi u.i .. ..... u- .cm... 1 ... ... , ...... , ... COX AS PROUD AS WHEN F IGHT BEGAN Declares He Will "Not Retrace a Step nor Yield a Single Jot in Principle" in First Statement Since Election turnover In favor of tin republicans, and will Itlvo that party CO seats In the Sonata to 37 for the democrats, Of the 31 contests for seats In tha Senate tho ropubllcans won 35 and tho democrats .0. Tho republicans elected 15 senators to succocd ropubllcans and 10 In place of doinoorats, Tha repub lican (rains wore madu In Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota and Kentucky. HOW TO DOES IT FEEL BE ELECTED NEW MURDER MYSTERY IN IEW YORK CITY vlll be clu sen Inter, It was announced Organization of the now league came after the live Amorlean League cuius had refused to reply to. mi ultimatum nsuod by the other 11 clubs givlne- them an fio'r nnu a in 1 10 jum i , ..... .....- .orilziUloii. Alter organizing tlm new laguo tne iiuseball magnates proceeded with the. Laskor plan for civilian control of pro fessional baseball and appointed Jtulgo ICenosaw M, Landls of Chicago chairman ji ine iriuunai 'wmvn win Kiivein u.u I 1 I 1... 1. I .... ...... I. .tin.. ltl PH"intt UpUn HIP H J Ul ll.iml imi h s fondest tlh o. Street of Now York from decisions of Ik to hook one of tlfo bjg tarpon that, are found off point Isabel, The president-elect and Mrs. Harding arrived hero late In tho afternoon and i tool: up tholr resldcnco In a small 1 frame cottage overlooking a bay wherj ti flot of fishing boats lay at. anchor. ' The lownn folk, larre.ly Mexican lowor courts, refusing to enjoin Internal rovcntie officials from seizing liquors he had placed In a room rented from a safe deposit company tho Supreme Court re versed tho lower courts and held that the Injunctions should be granted. MAY RELEASE 10,000,000 GALLONS The effect of this, ruling had not been tnhcrmon, gave thoin a. warm welcome, fully appraised to-night by Internal rev- pouring out of their llttlo box-llko enue and prohibition enforcement offl housen and crying out tholr greeting clals. Tho belief was expressed, however. In mixed nngllsh and Spanish dialect, that the result might be tho release of Judge Landls, if ho accepts tn pot. -1 fe (f nlpMR ln tho Polnt inabpi som 1P,ODO,000 gallons of Intoxicating bev on. will bo the supreme dictator of nil ........ ,,..i .i. ..n. -.i.i.i. i .. j i- lion, will be the supreme dictator of nil lf.atfues Joining tho plan an will receive ,i salary of. $00,000 a year. Second and third membci'n or tho tribunal will be appointed later and one Ul . ,11 Lin litlW.-IC. Uj . 1.....W. 'eagues. Ite;ireer.1tlves of tho now league left to-nlpht tor Knrsau City. A-heit) the National Aseo.ilatlon of Minor eagues mectn to-morrow lo present tho proposlt.nn to thorn. Tho minor league we!nb3r wtyld serve for six years, will!. Judge IindlJ would bo given a contract lor snvoa years, I . TyT7rrTT'i VkOXT according t& a statement ma3e after the . A l,EjjJiiU jJllX meeting by the club owners. nnnn TT rfcTVT TrUTi Judgo Chndts wis. notified o his av , .'1VVJ. X AVViy J point men t by a committee of flvo me:n-1 uers and ho told them he would take tha , US0 Hrvt '.T.,ooo,XK liusliels Ahoil school lined the entrnnco of tho vll- "rages which hnvo been stored In ware- , lage and showered oleanders and other houses since January 16. 1D3 semi-tropical floworn on the members Records on file hero show that, In nd- of the party as they pursed. 'Iltlon to Immense quantities of liquors, Several guestH accompanying tl ' purchaood and stored by Individual con- pr.'sldent-eloct Including Inn pro-con- .iiimcrs Ihero were in storage when the ventlon tnanngor, and clone adviser, Volstn.lfl art hocamo effective, largo Harry M. Dougherty, wero housed In stocks held by holchi and rentaurnnls ns a small winter resort hotel noarby. reserves. Whether lhce latter stocks The party of ti, including newspaper come within to-day's ruling has not been men and ntcrct servlco men over- dotormlncd. It was anticipated that test had not been n success and had only re sultod In the "displacement" of sugar. "Homo parts of tho United Stales," Mr, Sprockets continued, "have had suffi cient sugnr, and In other sections the supply has boon Insufficient, and the re sults havo borno out my contention that nt no tlmo wan there a real shortage. "Prices must go to normal, and by that I mean pre-war prices, for till fall finds us before tho now crop Is being harvested with a surplus to be sold of; 1.2M.00O tons. Only one-half of Europe s ablo to purchase anything, which Includes sugar, and tho sugar crop must be used In this country New York, Nov, 4.A plcco of silk underwear discovered near tho body of Leeds Vaughn Waters, 49 years old, wealthy son of the late Horace Waters, piano manufacturer, who was found mur dorod In a hotel room hero yesterday, Is the only clue the police have to solve the murder mystery. The underwear W. II. A., and Columbus, Ohio, Nov. E. Governor James M. Cox, Democratic candidate for the nreslde.ncv. In his first state- mmit nlnm tlm ntnntlnn. lo-night Bald bore tho initials of that In spirit he was "as proud as detectives have traced It to a laundry In when the fight started" ana mat no 6th street, wnere u remmy PRESIDENT OF U. M j Lawrence, Who Watched Hards' inp Get the Returns, Saya Victorious Candidate Kept an "Even Keel," Was Never Ruf4 fled and Never "Up Stage" 'would not etrnco a Btep nor yield a slnglo Jot In principle." Governor Cox's statement follows cleaned. Search Is being mnde for tho unldentl fled man who accompanied Waters to the For the first time In ten years, the. 'hotel and who fled Just before tho body Republican party Is In complote con-, was discovered. It Is believed this man trol of tho legislative and executive branches of tho national government. Therefore, policy na to statute, and administration Is with It. Its task Is no longer that of the critic but the constructor. It Is my hope ami firm belief that tho democracy of the na tion will not attempt political sabotage. The country has seen fiulto enough of that. "Wo are In the midst of an emergency lly DAVID LAHHEXCE 'Copyright, 1520, by Free Press) Mnrlon, Ohio, Nov. 4. How does It flt to be elected President of the Unite! States? 1 Many of us wno watched the victorious cundidote receive the returns and saw him keep an even keel, never ruffled, never up-stage, never exhibiting even the Fight Over Nt. Ororicc Hcprt?rntntl e school-boyish Joy that one might expect May Oo to LritUlMurr ' "i'0" snch an occasion, could not out come . , ,, to the conclusion that Prosldent-elect Montpeller, Nov. u. Apparently the itnnilni, ...m .... ,h Me. mom,ni, town of St. Oeorgo Is going to carry Its h)s cnrter wlth tno SHmo dellbera'teness. representative fight Into the Leglsla- the samo calmness and the samo modesty. is tho murderer and owner pt the under wear. CONFLICTING REPORTS crowded tho hostelry. matter under advisemsnt for a few days, Tho plans for tho new iontfU and i new controlliiiir body contsar. rriquenx reference to the minor lngue whicn uro ziven nsFiiranea that thy will not. he overlooked in admlnlBtratlon of the game and that, tholr territory will not bs in vaded In selecting the 12th membsr of tho now league. The. action enmo nftor an all-day se.- of That of Any Otber Year enscs would be filed soon on this and rtmllar questions nr.nlng from tho un detei mined senpo of tho new Interpretn-!ir.-. of the Volstead not. JrSTICn CLARK'S OPINION lustlce Clsrk, who rendered 'he opinion to-dny. held that th transportation of liquor from wnrehot'so storago to tho ' owners horns would be legal, If tho liquor and the nation's every resource should be ture, ror tnere are io repuris iruni mo tnnt H.t.lned t0 lnveat him as the great- "The nlenteru and Othera who have in i,hntr of he lhlns that town. The presiding ofllcnr of tho gen- p9t e,t. ,., thl, I,..tionH tiower wan slowly been talking of high prices have been nre helpful. So long as government exists, oral election has reported to tho secretary ut surely bestowed upon him by tho telo living In a fool's paradise,' Mr. Spreckelfi tho principles of 'Thomas Jefferson will of Stalo that O. F. Poe of that town rapi,cd returns of the voto In all parts said, "and they aro not unlike tho per- bo ,ue coter about which human hopes was elected, while tno noaru oi civn of lnc United States. son who tells an untnio story so many wju Bathor. Talk of a new party Is authority of that town has reported to Conservatively Senator Harding read times that ho believes it himself, but nlisurd. Ono might oh well discuss the I tho samo officer that no election took the dispatches. The Joyous expresslons'of they will find that the downward trend destruction of human emotions. Place In that town general election day. tno p.0plo at his homo mado him Ijappy cannot bo stopped. We. must return to "As essential as It has been to the wel-1 Thorefore. probably Mr. l'eet will not yet ony w,en :l delegation of printers normal, for during the war we have been faro of thc country In the past the creed i bo qualified as representative of the town nnd employes from his own newspaper' living In expansion and now mat must o democracy Is moro needed now than until after nn investigation is maoo. cease snu maso iinnnciany liucrcsieu ,.vcr beenuso recent events have made it I distinctly tho American party. j HAD CRUDE STILL "In spirit I am as proud m when the I must prepare themselves for tho receding prices that arc suro to come." PREDICTS REPUBLICAN HOUSE PLURALITY OF 17fi ciime to' tho front porch to rejoice wltli Warren Harding, did he choko with emotion, it was their Joy, their happiness, their enthusiasm which he caught. JIo lleln nluramv In the 'next House of feat and surrender. The flag of democracy, Commissioner C. D. Watson charged with thnt a practsed host might display upon ncan piuramj in mi ..... .i.i mnniifiietiirlnir nnd selllnif Intoxfcatlnsr i..i,i i,- r.,i i r fn, m a onlnl -Tho Ropub tight started I would not rctrao a step st. Albans Man Was t'slng Old Mnln- broke for only a moment. Soon ho wan nor yield a single Jot In principle It was a privilege to make the contest for tne I right In the face of overwhelming odds. ' incrn IB ll lllHUIltv uuLi;icm,c uc.nvcii w I St, urn Can nnd n Ilpc Coll Albans, Nov. 7. Adolpbus Turcotte himself again calmly examining tho re turns, nodding hero and smiling there, mingling among his guests and going has been arraigned beforo United States nout his own houic with the same easo slop of both faction. In the reorganlza- TaTt j ear's record crop! com. exuding the previous larrest crop Kwful purt)o.e. He said: official 1 st comp"M by Wl llam Ayler by Ta.'W.Wfl bushels, was announcod to- "That transportation of the liquors .lav by the department of agriculture In h not such us Is prohibited by tho sec- Its preliminary estimate placliig produc- tlon Is too apparent to Justify detailed Hon this year at 3,199,192,000 bushels. consideration of the many provls'ons of Tobacco production this year also estab- the nct Inconsistent with a construction llshed a record, with a total output of which would render such removal unlaw- l,47f,,4l,oon pounds, or 87,000,000 pounds ful, and that tho act Is understood by tlon plans with nolthor side yielding to the other. I Emissaries from the Johnson camp conferred with the club owners at tho Joint session ot eight National and three American League clubs, but without re sult. At 2:30 p. m. tlm Joint rrssion issued an ultimatum to tho Johnson clubs tell ing them that they could either come over and take pan In the meeting, whldi would be governed by a majority vote, or a new league would be formed. Failing 'o hear from tho live American League the officers charged with Its execution Corn lost 17.ofO.ofin bushels during tho as permitting such transportation is month; tobacco was two million pounds shown by the provision of tho regulations less than forecast a month ago and there of the bureau of Internal revenue author was a loss of one million bushels In tho Izlng permits for tho transportation of buckwheat crop. liquor from one permanent residence of Increases were shown for a number of an owner to another in the case, of his re crops, Including potatoes, 7,n00,'fi0 bushels; moval. although no such transfer Is In Page, chief clerk, will bo 176, break ing nil previous records. Tho count shows 30 Republicans, 129 Democrnts and 1 Socialist. Mr. Page's list, In which tho party designation Is neleotcd by each elected member, shows no Independents or Prohibi tionists seated. The previous record party plurality in tho House was ln the 63rd Congress, elected ln 1912, when the Progressive party was in the Hold and the Democrats had a plurality of 103. Unofficial returns, as compiled hero yes terday still flies as tho symbol of things more manufacturing nnd sel.lng intoxicating lnvltjnB a house full of folks for a social enduring than the passions and resent- liquors Illegally. He was. released on ball occa51on. ment that come wIHt the nftermath"of . to await trial at the next teim of the Kver since tn(v Chicago convention, last wftri United States district court. .julle people have been assuring Warroit Turcotte was arrested by Oeorgo V. Harding thnt he would bo elected, peopln T ........ WKlnnltA.. .tAn.tli. TT.nl.rwl . ...... . , .. - n fT nvXT A T"TVn A TJ CI "'""J un'i"i, "' i'"" wll0 ougnt to Know inc political irenu us WIJLoUJlN ArJrlllAKO States marshal, upon a warrant Issued thc country, but never did tho senator ny commissioner aison upon cumpiiiini renT1t himself to Imaglno that the con of revenue officers who searched the tP,t wnR roaiy oyer, thot ho was actually house for a still. The still found in riPCt(.d. KVcn when ilval headquarters llnnilreds of Lcnmir Adherents Cheer Tureotte's possession was most crude. It wcre conceding tho election, ho did not was constructed from nn old mo asses can BiVP vent t0 i,ls innermost feelings, and a pipe coll through which the i.erhaps It was the caution which Mrs. evaporated liquid passed and when cooled Harding was always expressing, turned Into rum. The mnsh would bo put, saiute Vou as the first lady of th into tno can ana a lire mini unuer u. IN PUBLIC AGAIN Him from White limine Ijivrn sweet potatoes, 2,000,000 bushels, and apples 8,000.000 bushels. Production of other crops, as shown by the preliminary estimates to-day. follows: Buckwheat H.321,000 bushels, comparod c.u , u. uiner ii i.i.- ,riK12rjlw hu3hel forecast last month their announced plans. I . 1Rrimnnn ,,,,.., rn,Mre,i Ust vear. Potatoes I21,2.",2,000 bushels, compared terms provided for by the act." i " fe Mouse oi itcproseniuuves i u Tho opinion pointed out, however, -and tho Democratic at 135, while tho four that Internal revenue authorities tin- "thers were designated as one Social iloubtcdlv had the administrative pow- 1st, one Independent, ono Independent er to regulate the transfer of such Prohibitionist and ono Independent He liquors so as to prevent their use In publican, violation of tho law. I Washington. Nov. 4. President Wilson made his first public appearance to-night In more than a year when he was lifted In his wheel choir to the cost portico of put the Republican membership i tho white House while hundreds of REPUBLICANS TO FIGHT The flvo clubs which stood with John- , . l" ,1. , . . ', ' . 'lth IH,98i,ryi0 last month and 337,901,000 ..ioveiuiiu, i. u."i.iui;.li To-nlght they malntiilned thot tho new ieagu would nave no ennui m meiii. .,, im r-r, nno l.-,ut mnnl), nnfl o American ., ... ..' Tobacco 1,476,444,000 pounds, compared ; i last year. Sweet potatoes 106.G73.0OO bushels, com "Wo are the majority of th League and consequently are tho Ameri can league, i. in wr.un.i ... ..... -i ,vUll 1,478,788,000 last month and l,3S0,43S,f10 "The Amerirun League will this year with or without the Chicago, .,, ' last year. 1 Flaxseed 10.736,000 bushels, compared New York and P.oston clubs." Tho new league will glvo New York, r'hicngo and Boston two clubs in tho name league. Brooklyn also Is Included, giving Greater New York three repre sents tlvts. Tho other members were Cin . Innatl, Pittsburg, St. Louis (National), Philadelphia (National), and the 12th member to be chosen. I Previous to to-day's action, members ' of Johnson's "solid five" had declared , that the three American League clubs would not be able to tako their places Into the new league, maintaining that I the players on ,a club belonged to thc league under contracts previously made. I This factor, they said, would glvo the , five remaining Ameilcan League clubs additional strength and enable, them to . proceed with organization of a new American League. Individual club own ers said they would "flgh to the last court" beforo allowing any player to be taken over by the, new league. . ' with 11,704,000 last month and 8,919,000 last PRESIDENT NOT LIKELY I TO PARDON DEBS I Washington, Nov. 8. President Wilson Is understood to have no Intention of par doning Eugene V. Debs, who Is serving a ten years' sentence In the federal peni tentiary at Atlanta for violation of the espionage act. The position taken by thc President, according to those who profess to know "An Intention to confiscate private property," the opinion concluded, "oven ln Intoxicating liquors, will not be raised by Inference and construction from provisions of law which havo amplo field for tholr operation In ef fecting a purpose clearly Indicated and declared. JUSTICR McREYNOLDS CONCURS Justice McReynolds, concurring In the Judgment of the court, dissented as to tho reasoning by which It was his views, Ts that exocuttve clemency ln reached. 1 such a case would set a bad precedent "I think the Volstead act was properly and would encourage others to oppose Interpreted by the court below,' ho said, the government In the event of another 'but to enforce It as thus construed would war. resu't In virtual confiscation of tawfully Debs was convicted at Cleveland on acquired liquors by preventing or unduly September 12. 1918, on three counts, a Interfering with their consumption by jurj. finding him guilty of attempting to tho owners. The eighteenth amendment ncite Insubordination and disloyalty In gave no such power to Congress. Mnnu- the military and naval forces, attempt- facture. sale and transportation are the )nf t0 obstruct recruiting and uttering thing prohibited not personal use," languago tending to Incite, provoko and "DRY" AGENTS STUDY DECISION ' encourage resistance to thb United States nrnhn.itin,. mfnromnnt ntTlrfiils liccon and to promote the cause of the enemy. Huge nonflrc M Norwich nnd Speeches studying thc decision immediately after A pardon for Debs and others con- (.'old KootbnII for Men Alnnimin )t wns read. The opinion was frankly ex- vlcted of violating thc espionage act has Prmrntit SiTeatrrs Pressed that many changes would have been urged by a number ot organize- I to bo made in the enforcement regula- Hons, Including the American Federation VonhlieM Nov 8 -In "eelehration of ,lon3. but Pending detailed study of the of Labor, which, at Its last annual con- Northfleld, No . 8 -In ce ebrntlon of circumstances surround- ventlon In Montreal, authorized a rom- the winning of he State collegia e foot- offlc,al tntom8nt mltteo to confcr W(U Attorney-Genoral ball championship, by defeating Vermont . V':.,. , Pnim.r n .h matter. year. Apples 230,187,000 bushels, compared with 227,'J78,(,0 last month and 147,437,000 last year. Sugar beets 8,812.000 tons, compared with S,'.i70.W Inst month.and 6,421,000 last year. Peanuts 37,499,000 bushels, compared with 39,217,000 last month and 33,263,000 last year. CELEBRATES VICTORY Washington League of Nations adhor ents gathered In tho White House lawn to do him honor. Thc crowd of men, women and children, hearing Stnte banners nnd the national flag, under the leadership of John F. CosteTlo. Democratic national committee man for the District of Columbia, assemhled at Democratic national head quarters at 8:00 p. m. and marched to the White House where the gates were open to tho public for the first time since tho beginning of the war. As the President was lifted In his wheel chair up tho steps from tho In ferior of the Whito House leading to the east portico tho crowd on the terrace below broko inro applnuse and Joined in thc singing of "America." Sirs. Wilson and members of the family stood about the President while the crowd sang. With an overcoat buttoned closely about him nnd a soft hat shading his face, the President sat silent watch ing the throng below. Thero was more cheering as tho song ended. A soloist sang "Carry Mo Back to 'Olo Virginny" and the crowd picked up tho chorus. The President's face relaxed and he turned his head to speak to Mrs. Wll FOR "OPEN SHOP" land," exclaimed an enthusiastic neigh bor, to Mrs. Hurtling. "Oh, it's too early for that," insisted; tho wife of tho tenator. "And I shall not kiss Warren until I really know ho Id elected." It was Senator Harding himself who reminded me that four years ago tho peo ple were fooled by early election returns. I explained to him that tho Hughes elec tion was conceded before enough Stato.1 had been heard from tp warrant such a Washington, Nov. 7. Republican senti ment, as reflected hy the Republican Publicity association, of which ex-Senator Jonathan Bourne, Jr., Is chairman, ts In favor 'of fighting for an "open shop" ns part of the labor legislative nrncram. accordlnrr to a statement. In which Samuel Gompers, president of the concession nnd that this time tho returns American Federation of Labor, Is scored. Included western States. "Mr. Gompers Is. or ought to be. aware . "That's true," he answered with a smile, that tho tldo of public sentiment has . "It docs look good doesn't It." turned ngainst the false economic doc- "or innate modesty thero are few trines he espouses," said the statement. m"n ke Senntor Harding In public llto. "Tho Inherent right of every man to earn, Fr rugged honesty and conscientlous- nnrrtlno- in h!q nhllltv. la ea n bur the op3!i. " woum no wen ior mo iiauuii . recognition thnt It should, andlt will prevail In spite of tho opposition of Mr. Gompers and his Ilk." MANUFACTURING OF LIQUOR CHARGED more men emulated his example. Gov ernor Cox has talked of a senatorial oligarchy. It Is extremely doubtful whether the senatorial group will control Senator Harding. If tho Republican sena tors expect to do so ns they used to In other administrations they will find them pclx'cs vcrv much mistaken, and ..lls- Lackey, . appointed. Warren Harding is loyal to has re- his friend, hot n rnw nf rtllrv carrion Montpeller, Nov. S. G. V deputy United States marshal turned from St. Albans whore ho nr- ,lm even beyond friendships. He has a rested Adolphus Turcotte on tho charge mind of his own. and a will nowcr which of manufacturing and selling Intoxlcat- win surnrise many who are reluctant to son besldo his chair. As the song ended l" liquor illegally, ine warrant u accept him as a vigorous character, amid renewed cheering a large bouquet mado uPn tll(J complaint of the revenuo ( fjcnator Harding hasn't made a slnglo of flowers was laid upon tho balustrade officers and Signed by C. D. Watson, i promise of a cabinet portfolio. The Inner before him. Mr. Wilson raised his hat commissioner. Thc man was ablo to fur- , crce ls as nluch n the dark about that nisii Dan ror a later appearance in ieu- . as tnn outcr crc,Ie containing thc great oral court. It ls alleged that tho revenuo ' boAy o( Amercan citizens. Senator Hard- officers in searcning ine nouso ior n still for making liquor In thc cellar, found one and seized It. WILL STOP FLIRTING 16 to 7, the siudent body and towns people to-night had a huge bonflro In the public squnrc. Speeches were mado by University und town officials. Tho Merchants' association of thc town is presenting each member of the team with good footballs. M. D. Smith of Ardmore, Okla., class of 1881, Is present was forthcoming. I Palmer on the matter. A conclusion had not been reached to- . night as to whether tho court's lnterpre- pfT ICEMEN'S BULLET tation opens the way for unrestricleil 1 UL1 , c vnilVP WW A W trnnsnortation In Interstate commerce. tVlJULia ItlUrNli WUlYIAi In a-1 and held It aloft as attendants rolled his chair back toward tho door. Tho I crowd send up cheers for the league and for tho President and Mrs. Wilson waved a final greeting from the doorway sang "Tho Star Spangled Banner." That transfer can bo mado within State apparently was specific, Omt the language of tho court when analyzed may yet show, ofllclals thought, means whereby Interstate transportation can ho stopped. In the particular case Involvod, It was pointed out, tho. owner's legal New Yprk, Nov. 8. Pretty Mrs. Dolarato Dlfulco had funerals to-day seen ln month PRES. WILSON SHOULD RESIGN, SAYS BRYAN Chicago, Nov. 4. William Jennings Bryan to-day gave out a statement hero UPHOLDS DIVORCE Supreme Court Affirms Avcrill Decree Grnntetl In Chittenden Co. Court Montpeller, Nov. 0. Thero was but lit tle work done ln Supremo Court this Ing has made up his mind to take a rest first and think about his new Job after wards. He goes to the southernmost end of Texas nnd then to Panama and wt'.t keep away from the horde of oflco seek ers, who camp on the doorstep of a President-elect. As for future policies, the senator read carefully the election returns without comment as to their meaning. Ho an swered th Inquiry of one reporter, ns to Benton. N'nv. 8. Fllrtlnir on Boston Common will .become a dangerous prac- 'n the squad with maroon and old lice after February when plans announced sweaters, ine iosi game on tne scncauie by Mayor Peter's to-day for the appoint- ls wl,h Boston University at Boston .. - Tl. l fti rial' Tli j- TliMitiMi A Invxnl ncannln. mem oi unstons ursi women pouco om- ' ' . , ,Z TJ""' residence and tho place of storage were ' .."r-..m.. ...-,, ..,, . desirable to ..crs go into effect. The mayor said he tmn imu give a ounquei m mo evening . . , , X snowy horses, was i-atroiman Jim conHUlted with Tollco Commissioner ut xoungfi Hotel. v .Kenny, by whose hand whe had died. . ".J r, T suggesting that "President Wilson should morning owing to the failure of some h h AmerlcrV would enter the League J ; ; f hir Jir resign at once." f the attorneys to appear to handle f N , b declaring that he need hav., s. And, next to her war- " .... ... . , ,. , the r cases. It was expected that a, ...,. i,... , u u,,u, r .,, .... ' u T.V decisively declared against tho League of wmosor county case woum ue r6uCu, jllsconsolato of the mourners who fol- s ,-resldont It but the attorneys did not appear. The lowed the flowor-banked hearse with Us d.irhl to nnrrv ,.t th. case of Mary Averlll vs. Charles Avorlll. had Curtis regarding means of ridding the Common of somo of tho "vamps" of both MAN KNOCKED DOWN BY sexes who have mado It a hunting THREE AUTOS DIES Krouna, nnu inai as n rfnuii cikih ponec- women woum no selected rrom tne civil Brldnewater. Mass.. Nov. 8 Joh service lists for appointment to duty oirard of this town, who was struck and there. Their pay, llko that of the men, will ho $1,400 to start. tho samo city. SPEEDY REMOVALS ANTICIPATED i Dolarato herself a Red Cross worker s can be easily 'rom wnutenaen couniy, one uuun u.- dono. I P8ea OI tne oruer uv.i.h juus.ueiu The President should resign at once decree amrmca ana cause remanoea. , In connection with tho transportation ,jay ;0 KO on a short errand during the war-left her new baby Satur- an(, turn ovfr nls orflce tf) Mri 5Iarahani motion has been filed ln the Fitzgerald ? liquors, olllclals said "at 11 " u mossed ho street, a bullet fired by Kenny f CongrelB ln December. Mr. Marshall papers have , )hn J. h" difficult fnot Impossible for them to at ft thief who had stolen a carton of , t Senator Harding secretary of stated by an ek and determine tho legality of purchases and cigarettes, struck her down. ,, himself msi tho attorney. MUCH SEIZED LIQUOR LIKELY TO BE RETURNED she on tho condition that on the convening divorce case of Essex county, but the noi reuciieu ine uuuri. xi is attorney on ono side that ..... . vn.in ti.n nttnrnpvs on tne otner siae nave whether the stoted stocks had beon Aghast, the patrolman got the dying "The law then would mako Mr Hard-' them, therefore, the clerk cannot for obtalned prior to the effective date of womn to a hospital, but she never re- nK urcstdent. and with tho Republican ward them to thc higher court, tho Volstead act. This wag expected to pained consciousness. Then, to soften BUpnort In Congress, he could at once nut : result in more stringent regulations t un th. b,ow aB mUch as ho could for Frank ,nlo operation the plan for the United ALASKA ALSO CATCHES .u ......... -mm iu ...n ...oo.-.. ivcTiii. states to enter into an association or na- New York, Nov. S. Decision of the Su premo Court thnt liquor lawfully ac-.road own uso In a placo other than his home will moan that thousands of "Impris oned'.' quartu soon may bo "released" )n New York city alone, according to fed- knocked down three times by three different automobiles whllo walking here Sunday night, died this afternoon at the State farm hospital of his Injuries.' Air. uinira tvuw nil uy ino ursi iniiuiiiin. - - - - i -..M w .w - - Mates to enier i sondlng him staggering ln front ol a sec- bonded warehouses, but tho same regu- startsd a subscription to provide for tho tonB for i,cace.' ond which knocked him beck for a. third lauons cnnnoi oo maae 10 appiy 10 orui- funeral ana leave a ncsi-egg ior tno car to graze him and push him out of the ""rv rage warenouecs. atorcn biocks motherless baby. inereiore again aro wiiuuui in iu j . a great degree, officials said, adding that .wnTnrin OTTPTTTIT 1C A TVf they anticipated Its speedy removal from AINU1HJK nm UDLILAIM such storage. REPRESENTATIVE ELECTED 606 NEW AUTOMOBILES REGISTERED IN OCTOBER Montpeller, Nov. 4. Harry A. Black, secretary of State, has prepared the fol lowing statement showing th Increase In automobile business In the State fn as compared with 1919! OCTOBER 101s Cars registered CCD cral prohibition agents here Trank L. Rovl, federal prohibition en forcement chief, fixplalned that everj' bottle seized In his district had been placed In bonded warehouses. Thur It stands, ho said, ready to be returned to ownors If the courts to order. He said ho had no figures at hand to show the exact amount of liquor held ...U1.. tn li.rllnlnl ..!.. Tho problem cf. the empty club lockor . "J also Ib solved hy tho decision, according to the attorneys for William G. Street, who brought the case up to the Supreme Court, Attorney Joseph B. Auerback, of tho law firm In quostlon, stated he took the decision to mean that a club member could store In his locker beverages con taining more than one-halt of ona per cent of alcohol. the last month and tho 10 months neriod been written in the St. Qeorgo representa tive ngnt ror now material on ino mat ter arrived this morning at tho secrotary of State's office. The matter will prob ably go to tho committee on elections be. foro tho sealing of any person from that pluce ocours, Tho last chapter Is from G. F. Pcet, town clfrk, and Stophon Noanan, 11. Hi North and W. W. Hins dale Nashvlllo, Tenn., Nov. 8. R, scnta tlve Cordoll Hull of the fourth congres sional district of Tennessee has been de- feated for reelection by a majority of Montpeiier, .ov. Anomur cimpter nns 3J0 by w Fi ciouse, Republican, accord REPRESENTATIVE FIGHT HAS A NEW CHAPTER Ast world peace Is a thing nearest.the President's heart he can hardly refuse tu hasten the coming of peace hy so small a sacrifice If it could be called a sacrifice to escape from a three months' combat with a hostile Congress, supported a It Is by the recent vote," PLt (LITY FOR HARDING IN OHIO 395,108 pprcbenslon about America entering somo kind of an association of nations. But It was one of most remarkable elec tion parties in American history. Friends of the victorious candidate sat around ns he himself read aloud the various press association reports that came to the hnuso. Everybody In Marion seemed to feel the right to drop In "aSid say "Hello," with the same lnforpinllty as If they were call ing on any neighbor or fe'low townsman. The simple homo of the Hnrdlngs was of course alive with people. Fred Upham, William C. Wrlgley, Jr., Albert D. Lasker. all of whom havo had a prominent part THE REPUBLICAN FEVER ' !" ""f "claJ' -r ?' Chicago In a special train with Oeorgo Getz, of Chicago, nnd wero with th senator as news of his election camo over tho wires. Harry Daugherty, Colonel Dnrden. Fred Starek and other close friends from pre convcntlpn days were there too. Then earn1, a life and drum corps. It aroused the entire town and tho procession started alonj Mount Vernon avenue, to tho Hnrdlns Juneau, Alaska, Nov, 4. Returns repre senting the larger portion of the vote in tho first, third and fourth""dlvlslons of Alnska tndlcnte a Republican landslide In tho tcrrtti The vote for delegate to Congress X Grlgaby (D), Incumbent, 2,420; Sutherland (R) 3,711. Ing to the official count of the ballotn completed to-day. WESTFIELD REAL ESTATE CO. FILES Chauffeurs' licenses M Motorcycle registered .... 13 Re-regls,tratlons 397 Doa'ers 1 Certificates of hire 1 Zone licenses 2 Receipts issued 1,342 Fees (7,633.21 JANUARY 1 TO OCTORER 30, 1920 1919 Care registered 26,563 Operators' licenses 29.110 Chauffeurs' licenses 4,307 -....!.. v., eThV-nn.i n-.i Motorcycles registered ... 795 ..... ...... ..5... ..,-.., . Rcrcglstratlons , 2,731 Dealers 179 Estate company of Westfleld has filed articles of association In, the office of tho cViflcat'e's' of "hire 11 . ,nr r,t ai... fn- iho ..ii.nnu nf -xnncaiew oi niro Ill ductlng a real estato business In that and adjacent townB. Their capital stock Is l5,000, whllo the papers aro signed by IT II Mllln r r. Rnrrn nnd W. O. ' Wright of Westfleld. 1921 606 623 94 1G 335 1 1 1 V....1 91 V.nl1nt- H lllnnrinlrt 1!5 nnH nl,,v,l J;5" Isham four. In tho lettor It is stated that the signers did not know there was nny question about tho election until they rc- 1920 reived tho secretary's letter Inquiring 31,313 tho reason for tho board of civil authority 33,628 stating thnt no choice had occurred. In r.,3C3 moantlmo, the presiding officer, S. S. 943 Parcher, has certified that Mr. Poet was 3,125 elected, but thc board of civil authority' 193 communication Is signed by J. B. Isham, MAN WANTED FOR MURDER NOW IN VT STATE PRISON Btntc Has Good Conner of Solid G. O. 1. DWeiratlo- In National Housr Columbus,' Ohio, Nov. 4. The only Indi cated change to-day In results of Tues day's election wns the akparent re-e!e-tlon of William A. Ashbrook, veteran Democratic congressman In the 17th dfs- 18,279.93 Hartford, Conn., Nov. 5. Governor Hoi- comb yesterday Issued requisition nanon trtnt uoloctmen. In which they cYrtlfy on the governor of Vermont for the ro- . navi.it vesterdav conceded tho election that there wore 47 ballots cast and that turn to this' State of Lyman C. Beckett. ttr n, m. Morgan, his Republican opponent, 24 was a choice: further that Mr. Peet alleged to have shot and killed Charles Ashbrook to-day was claiming his own li. Tail, toxicao uriv.jr in on March 1, 1917. necKett I tenco In tho Vermont Stat highway robbery- Hl tenn a few days. h th0 oniy Democrat among Ohio's MR. SPRACKLB EXONERATED n$? uTtoTt W.lndsor, Ont., Nov. 8. The Rev. J. on president, Senator Harding had a O, U Spracklo, prohibition Oiforco- plurality of 395,108 over Governor Cox. ment agent, who shot and killed Hov The voto stood: Harding 1,161,058; Cox erly Trumnie, an inn proprietor, In u ;C5 950. Fined $800 for Penury St. Albans, Nov. 5. Ih Frank' In county home. Such a noise ns they did make, court yesterday morning Ambroso E. Thoy yelled and shouted and blew horns Carr before Judge Zod S. Stanton pleaded and fairly screamed for Joy. When Scna- gullty to committing perjury. Ho wns tor Harding came to tho front porch, ho sentenced to pny a flue of $800 and to was given the cheer that comes only be confined to tho State prison at Wind- onco In u lifetime, when a man ts elected sor for no less than five nor moro than to tho presidency, when the voices of th soven years. Upon payment of tho line people who havo known him for years tho prison sentenco was suspended and nre lifted up In a chorus that comes Carr was .placed In tho hands of tho from tho heart, a chorus of congratula- probatlon officer. After tho disposal of tho tlon that is sincere nnd spontaneous, that Carr caso tho divorce case of (Lily Corey Is at onco nn expression or pride nnd vs. Allen Corey was heard and a degree exultation. Mrs. Hording was kissed by ..... n. ....! .... nnAM nn tl.a .,irl ha. ulilin.a ncr-.ln iinil flfrAlM. Til ew uritnin, ,,iection by ten votes on complete unotll- " .. .... ..... ... ........ ...... - s serving a sen- ,.iai rtrns. it will take the official ntoicrauie seventy, nigieci nnu rr- iwmr.n-uai n..... e prison for ........ ,ii,i ,h fusal to support. Attorney II. v. Dee np- ously by thousands oi nis irienus, real expires In 'shoulO I Ashbrook finally win, h will "!ni,for Mrs. Corey. Tho divorce case jovo and affection , for he Harmnw waa nn Ol II1IUIII MUllKHy voi V.UI J at ulllllinLun.,u(v ... ...... . v . , v., .civ ley was heard but no decision has as yet hrated tho victory of tholr neighbor, with been handed down. , the noisy enthusiasm and ccstacy which Zono licenses 26 Receipts Issued 42,448 Fees 1450,711.48 BURNS HERSELF TO DEATH Rochester, N. Y Nov. 8. Mrs. Loulso A. Stout, 27. burned herself to death at! CHARGED WITH LARCENY OF VALUABLE HEIFER 14 Lawrence Welllnger. Ernest Turrlll, Ira raU, near here several days ago was 3 Chaso and F. A.sHlnsdme. absolved of blamo by a coroner's Jury 4S.710 at an Inquest hero to-nlght. The Jury K.52.038.3S 15.744,662 JEWS found tho clergyman acted in solf- IN THE WORLD . defense. Auto Licenses Revoked as Amerlcnns anywhere they might ills. play as. they saw a struggling boy of l,...,ill nnMnlni,a i.n.l ninil.nl mAln. win Montpeller. Nov. 1,-nnrry A. iiiacK, out , ,ho KrpIltct ot au contests !a secretary of State, has revokedthe fol- ublic lifts. New York, Nov. 8. The American JewV Ish Year Book for the year MSI ts Just Mlddlebury, Nov, E. William H. White off the pross of the Jewish Publication of Goshen has furnished ball of I760" for Society of Philadelphia. It was edited . I ... . .... .. . II..... . A... . , I .ior homo hero to-day by leaping upon a nis appearance jvovemoer iu on a cnarse ..,,, r,w.,.c.u.. ..... . ul burning nmttrcss nnd pillows which she 'of grand larceny. White was arrested can Jewish Committee. The condition of .-.i ...... entorntori with kf.rospiin nn.i inn oinor nay oy uenuiy eneniis ii.iiwru ... ..., ... - ".....u n..,. u..,r. niggins auu tiuiJie j. eanioru, iwimnci. with stealing a valuable heifer from Walter H. AVhlte of the same town. ELECT WOMAN TO CONQrkhs Oklahoma City. Nov. 4. Miss Alio v l w. ...... " v 1 1 . 1 1 u un ox cart more than sixty years ago, with her missionary, to teach the In- lirtnrna so far tanulatcu malio no lowing automobile operators' licenses be- change In tho result for other offices, the cause tho operators have been found ' 1T,rkTTjTi Republican candidates being eiocted by guilty of being intoxlcatod while driving VU1D HUI IU rtDUliion largo pluralities. I their automobiles: Eddy Bcloyn. Beech- MICH. PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS crs Falls; Francis Howo, Bennington; i REPUBLICANS WILL HAVE Charles Cook, Irasburg. He has suspended Detrolt. Nov, i.-K proposed amendment CPVATR MATORITY flF 22 Indefinitely the llcenso of H. C. Clifford , tho state constitution thot in effect OEU-w uinuuiiii & jm. -- . N. nopt ror nn Biieirnd charce of a ..i.nii-i. .M,lnl n.,,l Bnl being Intoxicated while driving a car. BPhools In Michigan has been" decisively . The license of J. S. Webb of Burlington defeated. Returns to-day from 2,024 pro- for careless driving and injuring a per- Beckham In Kentucky ignited. As sho set fire to tho mattress bo co. led her seven-year-old dnughter to ring the baby so that sho could "baptize' Th" Uttlo girl rushed outdoors with un bah r.d ciillnl lhe n'lshbou Fni'IP. PRESS WANT ADD PAY RENT parts of Europe is discussed. "In western Europo," Mr. Schneider man said, "the wave of anti-Semitism has swelled to enormous proportions; It has reached the British Isles In the form oldest. D(i"'watlo congressmen clncts Including practically complete. New York, Nov. 4. The last contest son has been suspended for 40 days, and ncures from all tho populous counties In of Tuesday's election for United States of J. K. Eaton of St. Albans Indefinitely the Stnte, gave 454,062 against tho amend--a.mtor that of Kentucky wns do- for an accident. The man has but ono mBnt nnd 2C0.303 in favor of It. sentatlve In Conereas on the facn nf MAnl lato to-nlght and resulted In the arm. I i.ntn tabulation of the nresldentlal vot returns reoelved to-day. She defeated election of Richard P. Ernst, the re-1 I Indicated that Harding received moro VV. W. Hastings, one of Oklahoma's nublloau candidate, over Sonator Heck- Keep expenses down and experience up votes than were cast for nil candidates dlans,U the choice of voters n the seconV Oklahoma district for reure- senator that of Kentucky wns do- for an accident I ham. democrat. This made tho tenth ( by studying the clai-sfled ads, I on the presidential ticket four years ago.