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The Cordova Daily Times
_VOL 5. NO. 154 _ CORDOVA, ALASKA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1920 PRICE TEN CENTS PEACE ARMISTICE WILL BE SIGNED FRIDAY -,—--—---——-— - I ! POLES AND SOVIETS AGREE TO CESSATION ACTIVE HOSTILITIES RIGA, Oct 5 (by Associated Press).—-(De layed in Transmission).—Polish and Bolsheviki representatives have agreed to the signing of an armistice as a preliminary to peace not later than October 8. * While the Russo-Polish armistice negotiations are being rushed to a speedy conclusion, the Lith uanian-Polish situation is becoming more acute, and severe fighting between Poles and Lithuanians is reported near Orany. According to the present plans the Russo-Pole armistice, preliminary to a peace treaty, will be signed Friday. The boundary provided for in the armistice, cuts Lithuania off entirely from Russia, granting Poland a corridor between them. a .... . RUSSIA SHAKEN BY REVOLTS AND ALL ARMY MORALE GONE LONDON. Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—Ueuters' agency has received further reports of disorganization and ? revolts in Soviet Russia from “re liable persons." The reports say the Red army morale is shaken heaviest by the exceptionally bad revolts which have broken out in Siberia. Great un rest exists everywhere among work men and leaders are having difficulty in keeping them at work. DESERTS UKRAINIANS AND IS GIVEN SOVIET COMMAND LONDON. Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—General Maninko, Ukrainian commander under General Wrangell, has joined the Bolsheviki forces and has been given a command, accord ing to wireless reports from Moscow received here. * UNION WITHDRAWS DEMAND FOR INCREASE ► DENVER. Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—The bill posters' union of Denver has sent a letter to the state industrial committee formally with drawing its application for increased pay. on the ground that the slump in prices has made higher wages for members of the union. THREATEN TO LOCK OUT ALL BUILDING CRAFTS SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 6 (by Asso ciated Press).—(Delayed in transmis sion).—The Builders’ Exchange threatens to lock out all crafts in the building trades, involving many thou sand workmen, in the event the strik ing plasterers, hod carriers, roofers, and painters have tiot returned to work by Thursday. BIG THEFT OF BOOZE - REPORTED AT C CAGO CHICAGO. Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—-Five federal prohibition en forcements officers are en route to Chicago to aid Major Dalrymple, pro hibition supervisor in the central states, in the investigation of reports that whiskey worth $176,000 has been stolen from warehouses here. WASHINGTON. Oct. 7 by Associ ated Press).—Members of the crews of the steamers Atlantus and General Goethals, who rescued the crew of the submarine F-5. have been presented with gold watches and binoculars by the navy department. The rescue followed the submerg ing of the submarine and its failure to come to the surface again. One end of the craft, however, stuck out of the water sufficiently to permit the gouging of a hole by the men imprisoned below, and through the hole a sailor’s middy blouse was hoisted as a distress signal on a long slick. Lookouts on the steamers saw the signal and eventually all the men in the submarine were rescued, after they had remained under the water for over 48 hours. CELLULOID INDUSTRY ON BUM IN JAPAN TOKIO. Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—The .Japanese celluloid in-, dustry has been severely hit by the economic slump and many manufac turers of export goods have suffered from large accumulations of stocks, cancellations of contracts and lack of funds, floods for the domestic market have on the whole escaped, owing to shortage of stocks and cel luloid combs, and toys are in good demand. * St ..._„__ TO REPORT . >. i GENEVA MEETING , a NEW YORK, Oct. 7 (by Associated Pres^j.—The International Woman's Suffrage Alliance will appoint a woman to attend the meeting at Geneva' of the Teague of Nations and report "in a neutral manner" all the facts brought out at the meeting. An nouncement to this effect was made today by Carrie Chapman Catt, presi dent of the alliance. FLYERS HOP OFF AGAIN REACH PRINCE RUPERT PRINCE RUPERT, B. Oct. 5 (by Associated Press). — (Delayed in transmission).—Three of the army planes that made the flight from New York to Nome arrived here today from ‘Hazleton on (heir return (light. FALLS OVER STEEP CLIFF IS RESCUED Portland Man Has Narrow Es cape From Horrible End In Mountains HANGS ON TO NARROW LEDGE FOR FIVE DAYS Drops Four Hundred Feet On to Shelf of Rock.—Is Res cued From Position By Launch Party. AVALOX, Catalina Islands, Oct. 7 (by Associated Press). John Tenor, manager of the Riverside Portland Cement company of Los Angeles, Cal ifornia was rescued today from a shelf of rock half way down an eight hundred foot cliff. lie had been on the ledge since falling over the cliff last Sunday and was sighted by parties in a pleas ure launch. Tenor’s wife had offered a thousand dollars re ward for anyone locating him. lie was not seriously injured. BIG SHIPMENT GOLD COMES FROM LONDON NEW YORK. Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—A shipment of $10,000,000 in gold arrived in New York today, con signed from the Bank of England to the Federal Reserve Bank. FLIGHT FROM PANAMA TO UNITED STATES PANAMA, Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—Lieut. Charles Austin will leave here tomorrow on a flight to Washington, making stops in Jamaica and Cuba. Lieut. Austin will make (Vie flight, alone, carrying neither me chanic, pilot, nor wireless apparatus. DEAL CLOSED * BIG AMOUNT SITKA SPRUCE PORTLAND, Ore.. Oct. 7 (by Asso ciated Press).—The Petersburg Lum ber Company has been awarded the privilege of purchasing 3,500,000 feet of government Sitka spruce and hem lock timber in the Tongass national forest on the Bay of Pillars. CANADIAN EMPLOYES GET SALARY INCREASE OTTAWA, Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—Seven thousand employes of Ihe Canadian National railway are affected by a 25 per cent wage in crease. the increase to be retroactive to May 1 last. SEN HARDING LEAVES HOME TOUR STATES Starts Speech-Making Swing Which Will Take Him Thru Nine States WILL BE ON MOVE FOR THIRTY DAYS Planned to Cover Entire Mid dle West States on Tour. —To Wind Up Campaign Latter part of October. MAIilOX, Ohio, OH. 7 (by Associate <1 Press). With his departure for tin* middle west | Senator Harding began a ! speech-making swing which will keep him away from his homo continuously until late in October. The senator’s trip will cover the states of Indiana, Illnois, Towa, Nebras ka, and Oklahoma. Ilis see o7id trip which began Monday covers Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois and Missouri. Senator Harding expects to wind up the campaign on this trip about October .‘10. SOLDIERS’ LIBERTY BONDS UNCLAIMED NEW YORK. Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—Brig. Gen. Lord, chief of finance of the army says the depart ment has $375,000 in liberty bonds be longing to soldiers who cannot be located. The bonds carry coupons ; representing $30,000 in interest. RED CROSS SENDS RELIEF TO CHINESE WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 (by Associ ated Press).- -The Red Cross of America has appropriated half a mil lion dollars for tjie relief of famine ;-offerers in the Pekin district in China. BLACK WHITE SOLDIERS MIX IN RACE RIOTS McCLENNY, Florida, Oct. 7 (by As sociated Press).-—Three negroes ar rested in connection with the killing of a white man were taken from jail and lynched. A fourth negro was found in the road riddled with bul lets. L SUPERBAS TAKE TWO STRAIGHT GAMES FROM THE INDIANS EBBETTS FIELD, BROOKLYN, Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—Sherrod Smith’s southpaw slants were poison to the Cleveland Indians today and Brooklyn won the third game of the series by a score of 2 to 1. The line-up today was the same is in yester day’s game with the exception of the batteries. Uhle pitched for Cleveland with Nunamaker catch ing, and Smith and Miller did the battery work for Brooklyn. Another capacity crowd witnessed the game. The teams leave tonight for Cleveland, where I three games are to be played, but two more vic i lories for Brooklyn will end the series and give i them the title of world’s champions. Manager 1 ris Speaker of the Indians is still confident, however, that his club will win, and says the team will make a better stand on their own grounds. Today’s score: R. H. E Cleveland . .. 1 3 1 Brooklyn . ... ... 2 6 0 Batteries—Uhle and Nunamaker; Smith and Miller. . . _ _ . A _ TWO CONVICTS AT PENDLETON WILL BE HUNG PENDLETON, Ore., Oct. 7 (by As sociated Press).—.lack Itathie and Elvie Kerb.v were found guilty of first degree murder in connection with the killing of Sheriff Til Taylor in the jail break here last July. Two other men implicated in the murder were found guilty last week, while a fifth pleaded guilty. All have been sen-; tenced to death. The sixth man of j the prisoners who escaped was not implicated in the murder charge. BOY BADLY BURNED BY CRUEL PLAYMATE ST. PAUL, Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—Edward Pillar, aged 7, is in a critical condition from burns re ceived when older boys hold him while others threw lighted matches in his clothes. EARTHQUAKE SHOCK j FELT AT SAN JOSE • /-' SAN JOSE,' Cal., Oct. 7 (by Asso ciated Press).—An earthquake last ing eight minutes occurred yesterday in the vicinity of Golden Gate. No damage was done. -« EXCLUSIVE SCHOOLS FOR JEW8 PRAGUE, Czecho-Slokavia, Oct. 7 (by Associated Press).—The first of a series of Czech schools exclusively for Jews will be opened soon, accord ing to an announcement by the de partment of education. BROOKLYN WON SECOND GAME SCORE 3 TOO EBBETTS FIELDv BROOKLYN, Oct. 6 (by Associated Press).—Bur leigh Crimes, pitcher for the Brook lyn Nationals, fitted a fine coat of Whitewash to the backs of the Cleve land Indians today in the second game of the world's series, and the Brooklyns walked off the field with a 3 to 0 victory. Crimes' spitball tied the backs of the Clevelanders in knots, while Brooklyn hit Bagby’s offerings at opportune times when hits meant runs. Brooklyn scored in the first, third and fifth innings. The weather was slightly warmer than during the first game Tuesday. The gate receipts for the first game Tuesday were $79,400, exclusive of the war tax. The Cleveland line-up was as fol lows: Janieison, If.; Wambsganss, 21i; Speaker, if; Smith, rf.; Gardner, 3b; W. Johnston, 11); Swell, ss.; O'Neill, e.; Rugby, p. Brooklyn line-up: Olseu, ss.; J. Johnstn, 3b; Griffith, rf.; Wheat, If.; Meyers, cf.; Konetchy, lb.; Kilduff, 2b.; Miller, c.; Grimes, p. Score: R.^H. E. . 3 7 0 . 0 7 0 Bagby, Uhle and O’Neill; Grimes and Miller. NEW PROFESSOR AT MOSCOW MOSCOW, Ida., Oct. 7 (by Associ ated Press).—R. E. McCormick, re cently head of mathematics at the Bakersfield (Cal.) Junior College, has been named assistant professor of mathematics at the University of Idaho here. F. W. Candee of Kellogg, a Harvard gradute, is the new instruc tor In mechanical engineering.