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IN PRISON ARTHUR GRIFFITH AND 8INN FEIN MEMBERS OF PAR LIAMENT HELD ARRESTS CAUSE SENSATION Raids Conducted Qulotly In Dublin By Auxiliary Pollco.—Largs Quanti, ties of Republican Literature and Documents Seixed Dublin, Nov. 27.— Arthur Griffith, founder of the Sinn Kein organization ; Prof. John MarXeil, Hin» Köln mout her of parliament for Londonderry t'lty, and the National University of Ireland, together with n number of others. Including Professor MacNell's son, were arrested yesterday by the anxltiary itollee, Mr. Griffith was to have addressed n meeting of the Irish Self-Determination league at Manches ter next Sunday. Among those arrest ed were Joseph McBride and E. J. Dug gun, Hint) Kein members of parliament. A statement from Dublin castle, the seat of the government, on the Griffith arrest, read: "Arthur Griffith was nr rested at Ills residence In St. Law rence road at 2:00 a. m. A large quail tlty of literature was taken from his house. No arms were found. He was In hed and was taken away In a mo tor lorry. He made no statement. His arrest was effected without trouble. Dublin, Nov. 27.—Authoritative In formation was given the Associated Press last evening that the arreats yesterday of Arthur Griffith, founder of the Sinn Kein, and John MaeNelll and E. J. Duggan. Sinn Kein members of the parliament, and others, was the prelude to a contemplated roundup ot a number of well known men, either actually or believed to be, connected with the Irish republican movement. "Home form of Intentaient Is plan ned and It Is Intended to bold the lot of them Indefinitely," the correspon dent was told. London. Nov. 27.—Arthur Griffith's arrest ln Dublin, ll Is stated, eame a* h great surprise to Premier Lloyd George and the Irish police. It Is even declared tl\nt II brought forth some ad verse criticisms from the premier and from those tn the Inner circles of No. 10 Itowlng street, the premier's offi cial residence. No orders for the arrest of Griffith had been Issued there. It Is suld. High er officials have considered him one of the strongest moderating Influences In the Sinn Kein organisation and no evi dence to the contrary. rejmrt says, has been forwarded to thatn from Dublin. Dublin. Nov. 27. A statement Is sued at Dublin t'astle yesterday says that the week ending November 20, which was comimratlvely calm, Ihe number of serious outrages falling to the lowest on record during the last al» months, was succeeded by the commencement of a week "of tragic event fulness without pantile! In the history of Ireland since the rebellion oj imr * "In the space of 48 hours." says the statement. "HH persons met with vio lent deaths and 70 were wounded or Injured. The statistics of minor out rages were exceptionally light. « »tie vacated isdlee barracks whs destroy ed. Haitis on the malls fell from 20 to ttt. Korty trials by court martial resulted In 20 convictions am! It ac uulttnls. There were sentences to tin prtsonment at hard labor varying from two years to S-4 days ltn|tnsed In 25 London, N«v. 27. A dispatch to the rVntrul News from Nenngh. Tipperary. Ireland, says Deni» Carev whs taken by uniformed men from bis lodgings Into ttie street and several bullets were fired Into hi* body. Pol*-Bol*h*vik War Rumors. New York, Nov. 27. Rumors re garding the possibility of a new Pol Ish Ibdshevtk war are "Itelng spread bv the German press for propaganda ptirpo-es." but "are without found« Hon." the Polish minister of foreign affairs Informed the Polish legation at Washington In a cable message made public here yesterday by the Polish hureuti of Information. Would Trade With Russia. Washington. Nov. 27. Re-establish ment of trade relation» with Russia I" provided for In a resolution by Sen ntor France. Republican, of Maryland, under which the president would ht "advised" to take »top* to that end The senator plan« to Introduce tils pro l«*s.-il at the coining session of the si tinte. LAD DISAPPEARS WITH *4.500. I'tdlr.delphln. Nov. 27. A 15-year-old office Im.jt d I «a p| »'«red with pay en velope« containing $4,5t*i yesterday from the Baldwin I^ocoimitlve works. Tlie tad i« Elliot Mlcetier. and a de sire to *ee til* father, said to l»e dying In S|M>ltnne. Wash I« lietteved by tie teeiive* to have Induced idiu to leave Ole el t y hurriedly. The l»y'» mother started aero*« tlie country Sunday night in an effort to reneli her bus died, and tlie lad la be SIR JAMES LOWTHER Sir James Lnwther, speaker of the Itrltlsh house of commons since 1905, has been given a seat In the house of lords. CONFERENCE ON LEAGUE IS PLANNED BY HARDING Three Prominent Democratic 8enatora Have Been Invited to Take Part in Momentous Conflab Washington, Nov. 2.7. — Senntor* Heed of Missouri, l'omerene of Ohio, and Shields of Tennessee, all Demo crats. are among those Invited by Pres ident-elect Hunting to confer with him on the league of nations Issue and other matters after hls return from Panama, according to Harry M. Daugh erty, Mr. Harding's pre-convention campaign manager, yesterday. Others asked to offer suggestions, Mr. Daugli erty said. Include Senators Horah, Johnson. Lodge, Knox, Poindexter and Mr. Daugherty thought, Herbert Hoov er. Informal conferences at Marlon prob ably will begin about December 10, Mr. Daugherty said, adding no definite date bad been set for anyone to go there. "Some probably will go singly, while others may go In groups," he said. "There will be no pre-arranged sched ule." The president-elect plans to spend only a day In Washington after re turning from Panama via Newport News and will go Immediately to Marl on. Mr. Daugherty announced. He said Mr. Harding expected to resign from the senate soon after January 1 when Governor-elect Davis of Ohio takes office. Mr. Daugherty predicted that Senator-elect* Willis, Republican, would be named to succeed Senator Harding. LIVE HOG PRICES SINK TO ANTE-BELLUM LEVEL Chicago, Nov. 24.—Pre-war prices for live hogs became general yester day throughout the United States. Itig receipts from the farms appeared to he the Immediate cause, the total supply of hogs on sale yesterday at 10 princi pal markets of the country being esti mated at 182,000 head, as against 124. 000 a week ago. In Chicago the market closed at the bottom figures of the day the lowest since December Id, 1910, and at an av erage drop of $t a hundred weight a« compared with Monday. The practical top at the finish whs $10 a hundred weight, whereas on July 71. 1911». hogs comma tub'd $27.00, the pinnacle point on record. Five years before the cur rant price was $8.15. . 33 Adrift In Open Barge. Astoria. Ore., Nov. 27 - "S. O. 8.' calls were given hero yesterday after main from the * short distance south of Umatilla raof The call said the steamer was In dis tress and 11 v tn danger. The Santa Rita laid I »ran towing tlie barge W J. Plrrle, which had 37 persons on board, including one woman and child. The barge Is rejH'rt j ed adrift and ulthln a mile of the ; beach. The shore there is lined «Ith rock«, and rescue of those on hoard I is considered almost lmpo««llde. tourner Santa Rita a f 77 passengers «ere ANGLE WORMS EDIBLE? PROF EATS 'EM FRIED! Colorado Springs Vov. 24. Prin cipal l.loyd Shaw demonstrated to a high school da that angle worm* are edible, follow ing a lecture on worms. Asked If the worms were edible, lie declared there . was no reason why they slioukl not be. J The students obtained a handful, fried them in butter in the domestic science laboratory, and presented them to : their Instructor, who ute them. He la biology Monday GREECE IS WARNED AGAINST MONARCHY FRANCE AND ENGLAND TO WITH HOLD SUPPORT IF CONSTAN TINE IS ENTHRONED PEACE TREATY IS THE CLUB Greece te Be Notified That Allied Na tion* Will Not Uphold Her Claime to Territorial Advantages Over Ottoman Empire Paris, Nov. 24.—Premier I -cygnes, when he appeared lust night In the chamber of deputies in the Vatican (Ip bate. announced the government's In tention to Issue a warning to Greece against the return of former King Con stantine. The debate was not finish ed, and was adjourned until Thursday, and It Is understood that the premier »ill not go to London until a settle ment Is reached respecting France's representation at the Vatican. M. I- eygucs, In asking for a post ponement of further Interpellations so thut he might he free to act, said: 'France does not wish to Intervene In Greece's foreign affairs, but. after a war which imperiled civilization, if a power puts at Its head a sovereign who showed marked and constant hostility toward the allies ipid had been the ac complice of nur enemies, that power ought to be warned that she can no longer have our co-operntlon nor ex pect the same feeling from us as form erly. "Further than that, the treaties give us the right us n prelecting power to proffer well-founded 'advice upon the gravity of an net which might give Germany occasion to intervene directly or Indirectly In oriental affairs." The premier said he wished to con sider a definite course In the matter In complete accord with Great Britain. of the the dle and In of 16 to ed ini Pnris. Nov. 24.—Great Britain has already tnken steps to Inform King Constantine of Greece and George nhnllls, the new Greek premier, that she Is absolutely opposed to the re turn of Constantine to the Greek throne, says the Petit Parisien. She has notified them clearly that If the Greek government does not take cog nizance of her stand. Greece cannot hope to retain the territorial advan tages given her In the treaty between Ihe allies and Turkey, the newspaper asserts. The Athens correspondent of the Journal, after giving details of the campaign In Greece, says that during demonstrations following the election, many persons, among whom were women and children, were killed. to 2, London. Nov. 24.—Ex-King Constan tine of Greece has emphatically de nied reports that he had Invited former Biuperor William of Germany to go to Corfu, where the former emperor ha* a residence, says a dispatch to the Dally Mail from Lucerne. Pnris, Nov. 24.—Former Premie» Venlaolos of Greece Is despondent over Ills defeat at the polls November 14, and may retire permanently from politics. In any event lie will await definition by the powers of their at titude toward Greece, said Sophocles Venlzelos, son of the former premier, to Paris correspondents at Nice yes terday morning. "My father Is disgusted and Is de spondent." said the young man. Reasons for the defent of the Venl zellst party wllleli have been reported from Athens, were confirmed by young Venlzelos. He said the Yenizellsts thought they had won, even when they were hopelessly lien ten. because the royalists bad adopted the ruse of going to tlie polls wearing Venlzellst badges. Athens. Nov. 24.—The government tins decided In order to expedite mat ters. Unit the plebiscite on tlie return of former King Constantine shall tie held on the electoral lists. The government newspapers nti nounce that Premier Hhallls will visit the entente capitals to open direct ne gotiations with the allied governments. Korean* Burned and Buried Alive. San Kram Isco. Nov. 27.—Tlie Ko rean National association here an ; nnunoed yesterday that It had received tlie following cablegram from Klin In Uliun. chairman of the United Korean j Relief society ill t'hangtao. Manchuria: "Invading Japanese troops in Man . hurla are destroying all Korean homes and killing innocent women and child ren. some of «boni are burned m hurled alive. Oops have been destroy ed and foodstuffs confiscated. Thou sands of Korean« are In danger of starvation and death." a MAY FREE MURDER SUSPECT. Spokane. Nov. 24. Ihtliht that J. K Kitnncttc. atlas Burnette, arrested here Monday after the holdup of a J shoe «tore, was tlie man wanted in con nection with the munter of Federal Prohibition Director Rose at Durham. V t\. w as expressed by the police last night. Proof that tin' gun he was carry ing here was purchased in this city October 20 last, five days before tlie murder of Rose, was believed to have bran furnished by a loeal hardware merchant THREE AUTOMOBILE RACERS DIE ON CALIFORNIA TRACK Gaston Chevrolet, Eddie O'Donnell and Mechanician Lyall Joli» Killed In Pile-up of Car*. Los Angeles. Nov. 27.—Certificate* of accidental death were Issued from the coroner's office here yesterday in the cases of Gaston Chevrolet and Ed dle O'Donnell, automobile race drivers, and Lyall Jolis, mechanician, killed In Thursday's 250-mile championship race on the Los Angeles speedway. It was stated no Inquests were con sidered necessary and no official in vestigation nt the accident would be conducted by the corner's office. Offi cials of the Los Angeles Speedway as sociation stated the deathes would not bait future racing events. The deaths of Chevrolet and .Tolls, who was O'Don nell's mechanician, came almost Imme diately after the crash between Chevro let's and O'Donnell's cars. O'Donnell died in a hospletal early today about 16 hours after the accident. He did not regain consciousness. The body of Chevrolet will be taken to Indianapolis for burial. A. S. I Misenlierg. head of O'Donnell's racing team, announced last night that plans for O'Donnell's funeral depend ed on the wishes of hls parents, who resided In Whitewater. WIs. He said the widow was willing to have the loir ini here, but had telegraphed O'Don nell's parents to learn their wishes. Duesenberg snhl lie would take .Tolls' body to Detroit, the home of the mech anlclnn's parents, for burial and would leave here probably on Sunday. FORMER SALT LAKE MAYOR GETS PENITENTIARY TERM Shortage In Accounts Is Found and He Pleads Guilty to 23 Charges of Misappropriation of Funds. Salt Lake, Nov. 27—Pleading guilty to 27 charges of misappropriation of public funds, Edmond A. Block, former mayor of Salt Lake City, was sen tenced yesterday afternoon to an Inde terminate term in the state prison of not to exceed five years on each charge. Sentence was passed by Judge Harold M. Stephens In the district court. Bock was elected city auditor Nov. 2, 1915, and he served In that position until he became mayor January 1, 1920, and served for less than seven months, except during the time that he was on leave as an auditor for the Red Cross- In Europe. Bock was born at Smltliton. Ills., tn 1882. Disclosure of shortages in ills accounts was made wltlle city auditor In July. Bock con fessed to the city commissioners and promised to make good. Two days later he turned a check over to the city for $10,080. Later he gave an additional check, making up Ute $12, 000. which was the total of the thefts. NEW YORK IRISH RIOTERS ARE GIVEN LIGHT FINES Son* of Erin Become Incensed When British Flag I* Displayed on Front of Club Building New York. Nov. 27.—Short work was made yesterday of the cases of four men arrested Thursday during the fighting over the display of the Brit ish flag at the Union club. William Donnelly, a Brooklyn ship worker, was found guilty of disorderly conduct In throwing stones and was fined $25. Hugh O'Rourke, a laborer, and Mi chael Kennedy were held in $«00 hail each for \rlal. William Hoffman, .hr.. 22-yeaivold son of a member of the Union dull, was held in $500 hail for trial on charges of carrying a deadly weapon. He was said to have been armed with a sword cane, although witnesses tes tified he had not removed the weapon from its scultbard. DUBLIN PRISONS PACKED WITH IRISH DISTURBERS Dublin, Nov. 24.—The vigorous ac tivities of the authorities leave little doubt that determined and con certed efforts Hre being made to round tip every republican suspected of being active In outrages. The military forces are tightening the cordon about Dublin a and gradually working In toward the center as was done during the Easter Easter rebellion of 191tl. it is believed a num ber of republican leaders in the prov inces-. finding the pursuit too hot, have taken refuge In Dublin. Tlie arrests yesterday are understood to lie many. Dublin castle authorities admit the prisons are so full that it lias become necessary to utilize the castle its'elf. and llmt it was In a lumber room in the old detective quar ter« of the castle that Peter Ulancy and two others were shot Monday. LOGGERS AGREE TO WAGE CUT. Marshfield. t>re.. Nov. 27.—A m.-'.ss meeting of members of the Loyal Le gion of Loggers and Lumbermen here yesterday adopted a resolution that the present wage scale of $5.00 a day and upwards for mill employes be reduced to *4.80 and upward. Merchants of the community told the meeting that the cost of living laid come down at least 15 per cent und »fferad their full co-o)»eration in low ering prices to meet the promised cut in wuges. LYDIA A. DE VILBISS mm m « , ; j 'V m Lydia Allen 1)3 Yelblss, M. D., of the United States public health serv ice, is detailed as director of child hygiene In Georgia. WORLD NEWS IN FI j While the grain growers of Kansas are holding more or less wheat in hope of realizing a profitable price, a can vass Just completed by the state board of agriculture showing an area sown to wheat in Kansas this full probably ranking with the third largest in tlie history of the state, refutes the charge that there is a "strike.'' according to a report issued ny the secretary oi the board. * ☆ F. Alfonso Pesqueira, brother of Ro berto V. I'esquicrn, confidential agent of the Mexican government at Wash ington, has been suspended as Mexican consul Ht Douglas, Ariz., becuuse he refused to accept an order from Mexi co to vise the passport of United States Senator Fall of New Mexico. $r * One person dead, another missing and property loss of approximately $100,000 is tlie result of a tornado of two minutes duration which struck at Port Arthur. Texas', near tlte coast, and ou Sabine lake. A portion of the Port Arthur canal and dock companies' sheds were demolished by the storm. ■a i a Former Empress Auguste Victoria of Germany is' very low at h^r home at Doom, IIoltiliHl. She lias been uncon scious for some time. ☆ ☆ Announcement that the county grand Jury at San Francisco will lie asked to investigate statements by Police Offi cer Draper Hand and others thut Tlios. J. Mooney and Warren K. Billing* were convicted of Preparedness day bomb murders in San Francisco through fraud, have been made by Dis trict Attorney Matthew Brady. it * Jews of Warsaw are seriously alarm ed over the latest developments In the Ukraine, which are causing hundreds of thousands of Jewish families to leave their home. These new reTugees are fleeing to Poland. Galicia and Uu mania, into districts already over crowded with Jewish refugees. ■ù ☆ K. T. Gondier, superintendent ol schools in Chicago Heights, was fined $100 and costs for heating Russel) Heuly. a 12-year-old pupil, with a rub ber hose. He was found guilty of as sault with a deadly weapon. * <r A crowd of several hundred persons «iis helpless to stop the spread of a fire that wiped out the business dis trict of Ashford. Wash. The loss is estimated at $75.000. A high wind ! s,,rc,,<l ,ht ' umI > flv <* «'«il'llngs. I puerai store and postoffice, were consumed. * ■* All six refineries of the American Sugar Refining company have been I iosed as a result of slight demand for the commodity, it lias been announced in New York. An official, explaining tlie shutdown, said: "We have ample stocks on hand and are prepared t< make prompt delivery on all grades of refined sugar. Refineries have bran closed temporarily owing to lack of demand." President Woodrow Wilson will tie awarded t h„ Not •el peace prize for 1920. according to the Swedish news papers. Tlie announcement of the prize committee, however, will not lie made liefere the end of November. ir <t The British government lias present ed tq the government of India 100 De Havitand Avro airplanes, according to reports to the department of commerce at Washington. D. (\. the only condl tions iteing that tlie machines be used for purposes of demonstration and In struction. and shontd not be sold. ABSENCE OF IL If POSTPONEMENT OF p AMENDMENTS 18 RECC ED BY COMMITTEE WILL AWAIT CONSU South American Countries Amendments 8hould Be After President-elect h M akee Recommandât! Geneva, Nov. 24.—There rmendments to the coven league of nntions at this the assembly, If the deck mlttee No. 1—that of gener tlon—which ha* been amendments, Is approved slot" Arthur J. Balfour, chair committee, suggested in meeting that it was too enl conclusions as to the \vor| lengue or to form an idea tlie covenant may lie imd proposed that tlie commi mend the appointment ol committee to consider amendments and report meeting of the assembly. Tlie Scandinavian dele, committee insisted upon t tion immediately of amet proposed, hut they we The South American del ed Mr. Balfour's sugge. more readily because th opinion that any amen« covenant should await that are expected from States after Presldent-el consultation on the suhj. dared -it would lie entir der to revise the covern sence of one of the most tions of tlie world. The the international court d a letter of thanks and to Elihu Root and othe The Hague conference, as they have got in tl Antonio Httnous. head delegation and chnirmn mittee on admission of told the Associated P that ids committee itlrea work and hoped to ma' port. Plans of tlie applies negro for membership nations leaked out yes formation whatever wt subject by the secre league. The secretariat vest cated to the assembly the national Ukranint the United States, tlon asks- the league rights of the Ukranlat rope by obliging the evacuate Ukranian tc Rumanian troops to xvina, and also asks r Ukranian republic. 1 he Genevn. Nov. 24. the league of nation. Invite the Scandium participate In polieii territory of Vilna to men each. It is semi-official source certain that Bulgari nia, Finland and Lu admitted to the leag' hand, it is said, tha deems it better at F mit states formerly Russia and which h officially recognized GOV. COOLIDGE WARNING Boston. Nov. 24. elect Ooolidge. spea fore Boston Inisine? that In the tu«t e> hud expressed ••!' gnnlzed labor a« ago against organi warned agnln«t tl ' 1 might be divorced government just a had been divorced league Of till l !•'»>'■ said, had not been pie. Governor though he did " ot : the mind of Sciuo what he had v'Otb in regard to the that the league of 1 by President Whether the P*"' 1 iis^ the old Icapf': In forming :l question, th" - San Antonio, flying cadets. - l Sun Antonie Ual Berkeley. yesterday " 11 Kelley Geld, and was de«tmJ* struct or cadet. 4 seven, had servi He was marri' h is survived by he Both men receive Mar Hi field.