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BOISE, IDAHO, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 23,1919
No. 187
HITCHCOCK COM WITH SENATORS ON PEACE TREATY
Naval Officer's Refusal of Medal Causes Investigation
LONDON PRESS EHTHUSES OVER
PREMIER LUnb GEORGE'S PUN
' FOR HOME RULE IN IRELAND
PAPERS
ATTACK PLANS
FOR DOME ROLE
Declare Premier's Proposal as
Outlined in the House of
Commons Yesterday Is Im
practicable and Unworkable.
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Dublin. Dee. 2S.--The Irish press of
every shade of opinion attacked Pre
mier Lloyd George's new home-rule
plan for Ireland, as outlined In the
house of commons yesterday, brand
ing it "Impracticable" and "unwork
"^Apparently there was not one phase j
of the premier's scheme that appealed *
to the Irish newspapers. Morning edi
tIons attacked it from every angle, pro- ]
dieting it never would be enforced If
Hied.
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They accused the government of
knowing In advance the scheme would
not be accepted.
Some newspapers saw in the pre
miers Introduction of the bill a scheme
tu "mislead world opinion" regarding
Ireland. They asserted bis speech was
"mainly for the consumption of Amer
ica."
The government's offer of home rule
with refusal by Ireland » oultl he used
as Justification for further repressive j
measures, it was pointed out.
INDEPENDENT OPPOSED.
The Independent, which recently was I
raided by radicals for its attitude lo- j
(Continued on I'age Two)
CHICAGÔWOMEN
HAMMER DOWN
PRICE OF EGGS
Seventy Thousand After Re
fusing to Buy Staple for One
c -, 0 A.. 1 .
Week Today See \C LCMS
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Lopped UTT. i
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blood ln I
galnst
< 'hlcago,
the tight
Dec. 23. First
I lllinools «»unep
high prices, went to the women today.
Old Hi Prli-e went down for the <;ount
on the first blow.
Seventy thousand women, represent
ed at a meeting here a week ago with
United States Attorney General Palm
er, decided not to buy high priced eggs
or other high costing foods. Kggs on
the day of the meeting were selling for
77 cents a dozen wholesale.
Today eggs were selling wholesale
for 65 cents a dozen, a drop of 12
cents and dealers wen- crying "help."
"The demand has dropped like a
•hot." one dealer declared.
Tly boycott on eggs will continue j
the remainder of this week. Butter is 1
next on the list.
RIISS MASTER
LEAVES COAST j
HR NEW YORK
Vladimir Vachmistroff to Sail
for London Jan. 3—Later
Will Return to Urge Ameri
can Economic Relief.
Han Francisco, Dec. 23.—Vladimir <\
Vachmistroff (Russia's man of big
business en route to London), left here
today on the Overland limited for New
Tork.
The future policy of the Centtoeoius
1 the Central Union of Ruselan coll
ars. will be determined at the Lon
sting of directors of the organ -
Vachmistroff said.
we win never support any
motion or taka an active
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Scheme for Separate Parlia
ments for Ulster and South
States Hailed as Only Log
ical Solution.
BY EJD L. KEEN.
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
London, Dec. 23.—The London Preas
today generally accepted with enthu
slasm Premier Lloyd George's plan for
home rule for Ireland, eubmltted In the
house of commons late yesterday.
The premier's scheme for separate
parliaments for Ulster and south Ire
land was hailed by the morning news
papers ae the only logical way to cir
cumvent antipathy between these two
sections.
Lloyd George's plan Is a "proposal
which should commend Itself to free
dom-loving minds everywhere, the
Telegraph declared.
It is "an honest endeavor conceived
with the single aim of ministering for
the good of Ireland while maintaining
unity of the empire," iu the opinion of
the Dally Mail, which characterized
the premier's plan as "better than any
previous government lias submitted,
The premier's plan "should be sult
able to all," the Chronicle asserted,
"Lloyd George Htruck a note, which,
for a long time, be has failed to strike,"
litt* Times said, characterizing the
premier's statements, as "not worthy
of his great office.''
"The government should go forward
boldly," tho Times concluded.
PACKED WITH VISITORS.
Commons was packed with visitors
whan Lloyd George appeared to ex
pia in Ids heralded Irish plan. Many
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Depositions Read Into Records
of Famous Murder Trial—
Claims Defendant Common
Law Son U. S. Senator.
I .os Angeles, Cal.. Dec. 23.—Laying
'lie ground work for an Insanity de
fense, attorneys for Harry P. New to
»lay read into the records of his mur-
»1er ,r * a l depositions taken In the oast
alleging that he brooded over hlH al
leged relation to t". S. Senator Harry
I S. New of Indiana.
The defense claims New Is the cora
"ion law son of the senator'
j | >nown by bin playmates In bovhood
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one deposition told of New's attach
ment for ruttlesuak
dared lie spoke little and
silent, brou»llng nature.
The depositions made o<x*asional ref
erence to New's mother, Mrs. Lily Bur
ger. and to Senator New.
The depositions were brief and wore
moKtlv from men with whom New hud
worked. New sat stolid and unsmiling,
seeming not to listen to the lawyers.
The depositions rea»l thus far came
from Indianapolis arid from Oklahoma
City. In the latter place, New had been
employed by tho street department.
One deposition said that New was
as
Nutty" New because of his peculiar
habits. Another emphasized a state
ment that he was Intensely profane
In the presence of women, when ever
Another de -,
was of - 1
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j KOWATT AGREES TO
ENO KANSAS STRIKE
j President of Miners' Union Re
leased From Indianapolis
Jail and Will Order Men
I Back to Work.
Indianapolis, tnd.. Dec. 23.—Alexan
der Howatt, president of the Kansas
district of the United Mine Workers,
was today released from Jail and al
lowed to return to Kansas, when he
agreed to call off the «trike of miners
in hie district
Called before Judge Anderson, How
att agreed not only to call off the strike
which has been in effect eince last
July, but aleo to order miner« back to
work who struck In protest against
Howatt'« arras t.
Howatt'a action was the result of
ea N«e Three)
ROUGH SLEDDING
TOR SANTA GLAUS
Washington, Deo. II. — Santa
Claus will have to take the runners
off his sleighs before he can settle
down to work. At leaat he will In
the east and south, according to
weather bureau officials here today.
The prediction was that there will
be snow In the west and northwest
sections of the country, but In the
east and south It will bs unsettled
with chanoes favoring a fair Christ
mas.
SIX GOVERNORS
NEXT MONTH TO
HOUIMEETMG
Idaho Executive Invited to At
tend Conference to Demand
Government Cede Lands to
the Various States.
Denver. Colo., Dec. 23.---Governors of
six Rocky mountain states will hold a
conference here Jan. 10 for the purpose
of formulating demands to be present
ed to the federal government for ces
sion of millions of acres of public lands
to their respective states, it was offi
cially announced here today.
Following the conference here, ex
pected to be participated In by gover
nors of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah,
Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado, the
state executives will go to Washing
ton about Jan. 14 to present the claims
of their respective states to Secretary
of the Interior Lane. They will also
urge federal assistance In reclamation
of arid lands, In the west.
SHOPMEN POSTPONE
SCHEDULED MEETING
Washington, Dec. 23.—Threat of
strike of 600,000 railroad shop men was
considered temporarily averted today
when it was learned at the railroad ad
ministration office that the proposed
wage conference between representa
tives of the shop men and the admin
istration had been postponed.
The conference was scheduled
hgve been held early this week but has
been put off until after the first of the
year, It wae stated.
WEATHER
Forecast for Boise and Vicinity —
FAIR TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY.
For Idaho—Tonight and Wednesday,
fair In south portion: rain in north.
SHIPPERS' FORECAST.
Protect shipments during the next
30 hours against the following mini
mum temperatures: Going west to
Baker, 32 degrees, east to Pocatello,
24 degrees. -Minimum temperature at
Boise tomorrow about 36 degrees.
Highest temperature yesterday .....50
l.owest temperature this morning .30
.39
Mean tempera l ure yesterday
1 •"-*-* -----"
Total precipitation for the 24 hours
eniling at 0 a. m. trace.
The sun rises tomorrow at 7:18 a.
m.. ami sets at 4:12 p, m.
Y. W. C. A. GIRLS TO SERVE A YEAR IN POLAND
j ar—
The Werkers Snapped an Their Departure.
_ T. he *® s uung women, live of them
y* lv » Americana and the others
horn in Poland, and all of Polish
ancestors, are on their way to that
new repuhlie to epend a year In
*' w ' C. A. service there. Le« to
PRESIDENT NISON WRUNG TO
ACCEPT RESERVATION ARTICLE
TEN SEN. HITCHCOCK DECLARES
Senate Democratic Leader, However, Asserts Executive Will
Not Tolerate Lodge Change on League of Nations Cove
nant Clause—Nebraska Senator to Hold Conferences With
Solons During Holiday Vacation.
Washington, Dec. 38. — President
Wilson Is willing to accept a reserva
tion on article 10 of the league of na
tions covenant which will give to con
gress the right to decide when the
United States Is under a moral obliga
tion to use the army and navy In de
fending the territorial integrity of an
other nation, In the opinion today of
Senator Hitchcock, administration
leader.
Hitchcock, in making this statement,
declared, however, that the president
will not accept the Lodge reservation
on this clause and will not accept any
compromise which sacrifices the spirit
of article 10.
Some Democratic senators have re
cently come to the view that this ar
ticle which Wilson called "the heart of
the covenant" Is not vital so long as
article two and other provisions to pre
vent war remain.
Hitchcock said that recent talks with
GOOD FELLOWS ACHIEVE THQR OBJECT;
RETHFINS FROM KETTLES AGE DOUBLED;
Salvation Army Will Plaoe Bounteous Christmas Dinner Boxes
in Hundred Homes Where Good Cheer Calls but Seldom—
Commandant Thanks Donors for Christmas Purse and
Spirit That Has Assured Success of Activities.
The good fellows of Boise have (lone
well what they set out to do—they
have enabled the Salvation Army to
"put It over big." Boxes of Christmas
dinners will be distributed to about
an even hundred homos where other
wise Christmas cheer would be but an
empty phrase. Each box will contain
a chicken—or two chickens for the
larger families—and all the "trim
mings" for a genuine holiday feast.
Slender larders will be replenished for
several days.
Appreciation and gratitude for the
assistance of the good fellows was ex
pressed this morning by Commandant
Frank Genge when a Christmas purse
for which the Capital News has been
custodian was handed to him.
PRAI8ES GOOD FELLOW8.
"The good fellows," said Mr. Genge,
"have come to our assistance with tills
fund and made It possible to take care
of the less fortunate families In Boise
In better shape than ever before. The
interest they have stimulated has made
the kettles on the streets do much bet
ter than In any other year. They are
averaging 150 a day, which Is trebie the
usual it turn. And now this purse fore
right, front row, are: The Misses
Mary Oath, Helen Mlelewskla,
Stanislava Slavlnaka, Stella Kand
slorska, Annette Frtebe. Caroline
one."
Republican senators have convinced
him that the differences over article 10
"are pretty serious."
Hitchcock will confer with small
groups of senators from now until con
gress reconvenes. - He Is against ths
Underwood proposal for an official
conciliation committee on the ground
that the "get together process'' should
be Informal. Such a committee Hitch
cock believes would be useless until a
compromise basis has been well
worked out.
Bernard M. Baruch's recent part In
compromise negotiations, construed by
some as evidence that ha Is Wilson's
emissary to the senate Is rather In be
half of New York Interests, Hitchcock
thinks.
"The president has made his position
so clear on this point that he needs
no emissary," Hitchcock said. "He has
never said he would not accept a com
promise, but that he would not offer
stalls any deficit that might have re
sulted from our declining to solicit
directly for a Christmas fund, so that
the Army Is not lacking the means for
Its usual Christmas activities. Good
fellows placed many checks in the ket
tles.
PURSE AMOUNTS TO «248.
"We are deeply grateful. It makes
It unnecessary for us to draw from the
home service fund to make up a def
icit. If necessary we could have done
so. but It,ls Intended to be used when
the home planned for Is erected here."
There was $248 In the gooil fellows'
Christmas purse at the Capital News
office. The kettles are nn the streets
today and Wednesday, sifter which the
total amount they have brought In can
be given. But It la now sure that there
will be enough, despite the fact that
the customary method of soliciting
Christmas purse was not used this
year.
ARMY PROGRAM.
The Christmas program of the Army
comprises four separate things —
Christmas dinner* for families, a
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Pallet* Krutewicx. Helen Glcho
wlcs, Eleanor Waslelewska, and
Eleanor Mattel. Their homes are
In Detroit, Cleveland. Pittsburgh,
Minneapolis. St. Louis end Roohaa
SENSIBLE GIVING IS
THE VOGUE ON OOAST
Portland, Ore.. Dec. 23 —Business
m«n of Portland agreed their
Christmas trade was the greutest
In history, variously estimating the
Increase at from 20 to 85 per cent
over last season, the previous ban
ner year.
Bualneee generally was marked
by the buying of "seneible tlilnge,"
rather than luxuries. The Increased
trade Is accredited to a contlnua
lon of war prosperity.
NAME WITH BIG
CABKTPU
Former Governor of Idaho
Mentioned as Possible Suc
cessor to Franklin K. Lane,
Secretary of Interior.
(Capital News Special Service)
Washington, Dec. 23.—Former Gov
ernor James H. Hawley's name Is being
linked With the cabinet post of secre
tary of the interior to succeed Frank
lin K. Lane who will resign. It Is
pointed out here that Hawley was a
formidable contender at the time Lane
was appointed. There were only three
men considered likely for the appoint
ment, Franklin K. Lane, Will R. King
and Former Governor Hawley. Mr.
King la said to be eliminated because
Of his poor health, leaving Mr. Hawley
mm orte of the strongest possible ap
pointee prospects, according to reports.
When the attention of Mr. Hawley
was called to the contents of the above
dispatch he expressed surprise. He
said he had nothing to say, however.
When Franklin K. Lane was appointed
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By y. s.
Reds Deported From America
Last Sunday Will Be Deliv
ered to Soviet Russia Ac
cording to Information.
Washington, Dee. 23.—The United
States notified all foreign govern
ments of the deportation of 249 anarch
ists who are now at sea on the trans
port Buford, enroute to Helsingfors or
Hango, Finland, whence they will be
Bent by train to Bolshevik Russia.
The official notification constituted
a severe denunciation of the deported
"reds" who were charged with being
arrayed ugainst "government, decency
and Justice."
The "reds" will be delivered to So
viet Russia and not into any territory
controlled by the "white guards" or
antl-Bolshevlk factions, Director of
Immigration Camtnettt declared, today.
Camlnettl said that Just where the
Buford will dock will depend upon
weather conditions. Orders will be
wirelessed to the officers In charge, he
said.
BACK IN THE U. S.
United States Minister to Den
mark Arrives at New York
Port on Frederick Vm This
Afternoon.
New York, Dec. 23.—Norman Hap
good. United States minister to Den
mark, arrived here today on the Scan
dinavian-American liner Frederick
VIII. He refused to divulge the reason
for his return to America.
Another passenger on the vessel,
which came from Christiania and
Copenhagen, was the Baroneaa Lillian
May von Sternberg, formerly Mise
Langham of Louisville, Ky.
She said that through the United
States government seising her property
In this country under the alien enemy
oat aha Is practically a pauper but baa
come to make a fight to recover her
holding».
Mr». Mrfrc d» MorenachUdt, raothar
In-law of Nona McAdoo, wo* mot at
the pier by William O. McAdoo and tile
ADMIRAL SMS
REFUSES MEDAL
FROM DANIELS
Congress to Investigate the
Charges That Navy Secre
tary Showed Favoritism in
Awarding Medals.
Washington, Dec. 28.—Congressional
Investigation* of charge* that Secre
tary Daniels ha* shown favoritism In
awarding liistlngulshed service medals
by disregarding recommendations of
high naval officers are under way to
, »lay.
I The Immediate cause of the Inveetl
I gâtions is the refusal of Admiral 81m*
: to accept a medal from the secretary
because of Dante!»»' alleged awarding of
honors to men who, In Rims' opinion,
! do not deserve them.
Secretary Daniels stated he had re
ceived from Sims a letter of protest
this morning In which he refused to
accept the medal and one from Sena
tor Page. Vermont chairman of the
naval affairs committee asking com
plete details of the awarding of the
service medals.
Representative Lufkin, Massachus
etts, also gave notice today that a*
soon as congress reconvened he will
introduce a resolution asking Daniel*
for a report on the awarding of naval
medals. He promised that the house
naval alRtlrg committee will go to
the bottom of the dl*pute.
"The department has been pleased to
award me a distinguished service med
al as an expression of Its appreciation
of the success of tho forces under JOJ
command," Admiral Rtfits la under
stood to have written,' "hut since the
success of the forces abroad was chief
ly due to the loyal and efficient serv
ice of the officers recommended for
distinction—and to them belongs the
credit—I am necessarily placed In a
position which renders It Impossible
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GALAliMEAT
WHITE HOUSE IS
PLANNED XMAS
South Trimble, Following Cus
tom of Years, Presents
Large Turkey to President
Who Will Help Eat It.
Washington. D. C.. Dec. 28.—Candy,
cigarettes, »-lgars, nuts and fruits held
sway as Christmas celebration mate
rial* today as never before.
This was ascribed by government
officials and "experts" as due to fail
ure of "wet" forces to revive John
Barleycorn, who, It had been fervently
hoped, would be able to take his old
time part In Yuletlde festivities.
Despite the fact that the public is
putting all Its spare coin unnecessary
luxuries, It ha* not forgot the unfort
unates. In this city there la more
than ever being done for the poor,
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SOLVE MYSTERY
TRUNK MURDER
BY CONFESSION
County Officials Announce Mr*.
Tabor Says Daughter Died
From Illegal Operation Per«
formed by Joseph Virgo.
Paw Paw, Mick* Doe. Ml — » I
Sarah I. Tabor today» i
county officials hero dooli
bar daughter, Maud, died as
result of an illogal operatian L
aha alleged woe performed
Maud's husband, Jooopi
Ooath occurred in Mop,
confession aaid.
Mrs. Tabor admitted bt
about Maud dying of an .
of ohloroform «mro un trim,
sere stated.
Maud Tabor's body '«aw
la a trunk In tho
bor homo at Lawton,
»■had bo
by bpr
ago. :
cheat"
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