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i THE HIE COLLI STILL SEARCH mm FOR AVIATORS a MARSHALL COLONEL FRANCIS AND LIEUT. CHA8. L. WEB. BER MISSINQ Two Men Picked up Near Tombstone Believed not to be Missing Pair, , Dry Agents Put Stop on Pious Guzzlers o Rochester. The Joy Christians, new religious sect formed here with a pledge to follow the example of the Lord as a "drinker of the wine of Ills day" suffered a reversal when a federal prohibition agent from headquarters In Buffulo advised their "pastor", A. Stanley Capeland to postpone hie second "communion." The federal agent took from Copeland a bottle of beer intended for the services to have it analyzed as also a copy of the sermon which the organizer of the new sect intended to deliver. Oopeland called off the services after the fed-ra- l officer told him that the law required that he prove ha Is the responsible head of a responsible religious organization before he would be allowed to distribute wine. The "pastor" has been having difficulties In get. ting an adeqilate supply of liquid refreshment forfeits "congregation" and Jat Friday meaning he called at police aeaaqnarters to request the author! ttea to give him some seised liquor for bis new cult. Mass Meeting Stirs House Washington. There was a wmncle In the house over the mass meeting held here Sunday under auspices of the Joint amnesty committee at which speakers nrred the release of those convicted tinder the wartime espionage art. Representative Ltneherger, Re publican, California, reed the call for the meeting which contained the name of some house members. He said he understood the gathering was to have been a memorial meet'ag for Rlcardo Floras Magon a Mexican wtio recently tiled in prison while aerviag an espoln Mr Llneoerger then age sentence. rend Magna' record as he said it had been compiled by the department of Justice, showing be had been ex II en from Mexico for anarchy and that at Los Anreles be had published an artl-cltending "'to Incite the assassins tlon of public officials.' e NEPHI. UTAH S. f Y Soft Pedal IN GUN BATTLE .tiaisbi' 1. Officer Battles Bank Robber Kejihl. Members of the Juab conn tinker the direction of ty sheriff1 Pertnty Ffrerlff Ti. P. Christens'-an' frr a weversl )wnl men under the direction f City Marshal O. S. Rldwell ara con. cenfratlng their eTort on the csptnn of three men who were discover " early Stmdav muni n trying to re the First National Ran. A pistol due' followed the dfiKwery of the moberr tiy Night Marshal Rmet Rrotirh. A Ieat nef the bandH trio Is he'leved to hare been inlnred by the mershM'f vmtlet". bnt they succeeded In maklttf good their erspe. Searchers Find Pastor In Jstl Milwaukee. The Tteverend OrnnV Imllen, pastor of Grand Marh Wis., wrote t bin emigre ration on October 20. sarin? he wnld be "tin Bvo'daMy detained" In Milwaukee nr frmr months. A started for the rtnMor rewn'ted lr b'wise ef correct if" f nfl'ng bim In hre be m. serrln a fWdsv nee for turri-fl-TTie bum wp oi fie of Mfwvie w' ut f jndt snd gave the asm of "nfit fo-tbr-e; src te ars Irr." bl tU' FOLLOWS ATTEMPT OF FIGHT Others Conflicting Reports Result in Charge That Planters Sought to Drive Agents From Negro Quarters Killed From Plans Official Instantly In at Langely AGENTS TO OBTAIN WORKERS FROM PLANTATIONS Leaping Field Investigation Under Way Newport News. Doyle and Major Gearhart, four enlisted men Captain were killed at Langely field Wednes- day when a Martin bomber collided with an airplane while making a landing. It was reported that the Fokkor the Martin, but officials at the flying station refused to confirm or deny this until they had made an Investigation. The machines had been op for a practice spin. The enlisted men killed were: Staff EXPECTS U. FLAMES Sergeant Murlck and Privates Bunka, Loon Rolas and Thomas Jordan. The bomber was in the air when OREGON TO DOMINATE Major Gearhart took off In a Fokker, The lighter machine struck the tail of the bomber and both machine fell. Major Geariiart, Captain Doyle and Sergeant Marlrtc were caught in GREAT INTEREST SHOWN IN AL- BUSINESS DISTRICT OF ASTORIA the wreckage and burned to death and LIED PREMIERS' LONDON ,. COMPLETELY WIPED OUT BY Privates Blunka and Jordan were CONFERENCE EARLY MORNING BLAZE killed almost instantly when they Jumped. The smaller machine struck the French Minister Reported Opposed to Twenty-seve- n Blocks Lay In Ruins In American bomber amidships cutting of the tail Participation and Flames Destroy Piling Both pianos hovered a moment,, then Meetings; Sees Favor Which Supports Pavement both broke Into flames and crashed For Germany In Oregon City "Hammer Slayer" Eludes Officers London. America Is exected to domAstoria. Th ebusiness district of Los Angeles. The search for Mrs. Clara Phillips convicted of beating Mrs. inate the conference of allied premiers Astoria, was laid In ruins by a fire Alberta Tremalne Meadows to death here In much the same manner as the which broke out shortly after 2 a. nx. with a hammer, who escaped from the United States made Its voice heard Friday and despite efforts of the local Los Angeles county Jail, was In active at Lausanne, according to belief in fire department and reinforcements from Portland, swept 16 blocks, causprogress throughout southern Califor British official circles. nia and Lower California. Despite Ambassador Harvey's speech at the ing a loss estimated at between $10,- various other "tips" and "clues," sher Lyceum club in which he declared the 000,000 and $15,000,000. Iffs deputies generally held to their fute of Europe hung upon the forthAccording to reports from the fire J conferencu, was in- swept area, Morris Staples president original belief that the "hammer mur coming week-ederess' had fled across the border In- adequately reported and diplomats of the Bank of Commerce had dropped to Mexico, and plans were made to here are Just beginning to discuss It. dead. Another report said Brennan extend the search for her as far south Considerable Importance in this con- Van Dusen, a business man, was miss as Ensenndn, on the west coast of the nection is attached to arrival here of ing. W. W. Fellman furniture dealer, Lower California peninsula, about United States ministers to Brussels who hnfi been reported dead earlier to the morning later was found to be ninety miles south of San Diego, Cal. md Berlin.. They not overlooking other directions, Informwon Is passed on from offi- safe. however, and had asked San Francisco cial quarl'u to the effeect that Harvey The entire district from the river authorities to join In the hunt. "paring his speech Intended to speak front five blocks south to Exchange on some Innocuous subject, but street and east and west between Settlement Ends Shantung Struggle changed his the last minute Fourteenth and Tenth street, had been at plans Pekln. China and Japan have com- presumably upon information or in. wiped out at 7:30 o'clock and the pleted settlement of the Shantung structions from Washington. flames had extended beyond Exchange ' controversy as outlined by the terms IhPl street at that hour. Is Additional significance of the Washington treaty. Chlndfagrees At 8 o'clock the fire had swept over of an American observer participation to pai' Japan 40,000.000 yen ftor the blocks. The flames had at the premiers' parley by the fact twenty-seveShnntnag railroad. The payment wii that Raymond Polncare, minis- eaten under the pavement on Commer prime be made in fifteen-yea- r treasChinos.1 ter of France, Is now expected to try cial street, bnrnlng the piling on whlc" ury notes bearing Interest at 6 per to exclude the question of reparation-- ! the city had been built, and firemen cent In addition, China pays Japan from the London to were unable to cope with this devel 16.000,000 yen for all public properties force a finnciul discussion, hoping conference at Bros opment. locnted In the Kluochow district. Civil sets. Patients were removed from St and military admln'stration will he Referring to the Brussels project Mary's hospital, all the windows of turned over to Chiua on December 10, which were shattered by explosions while the Shantung railway will be Harvey said: of dynamite or gasoline tanks. The are an. themselves the "If premiers to on Chinese authority transferred to expect Astoria Astorlnn, occupying a new January 1. China, as a direct result able to agree, it is useless tew under building on Commercial street, distant of the Washington conference, thus results from a meeting of a from the devasted area, began mov at Brussels." strappers of she control which regains territory ing out at 8 o'clock. The Astorlan's ob to Information reliable lost when tt was seized by Germany According Is concrete but sparks were building from Premlor tained British sources, In 189S. Polncare does not welcome contem tbrratenng the roof. Hold Gun Battle on City's Strtat plated American participation In the The fire at 10 o'clock bad swept the New York. A gun battle between Ixjndon conference. It Is said in this entire district between As tor street, two hostile bandit gangs brought hun- connection that Polncare and his gov at the river front, south to Exchange dreds to the street in a panic at Forty ernment are likely to go under if the streete, and north and south between sevnth streot and Broadway. Scores nremirrs fail to reach an agreement Eighth and Sixteenth streets. Between of shots were exchanged by the com- Such agreement Is considered doubtful Eleventh and Twelfth it had penetrated as far as Franklin street. At 10:13 batants, who raced about the vicinity iy the British who say they expect the o'clock the fire crossed Sixteenth st in automobiles. The breaking of plate American observer at London will op. at Commercial street. to Ger. "French cotsee pose the rattle with plans glass windows, mlnil'ng of guns and roar of motors awakened many." Turks Present New Proposals sleepers for blocks. Someone among the men and women who darted about Wilson Unsble to Agree With Tiger Lausanne. Turkey presented to In nlzht clothes a the bullets hum-moWashington. The visit here of Near Bust conference Friday counter old suggestion concerning control of the put In a riot call. When the re- Georges Clemenccau, the serves arrived the bandits fled, taking French statesman, to Woodrow Wil stralta of the Dardanelles and the Bos or the phorns. The Turks ask : "Guarantee any of the'r number that might have son, stricken or to United States, failed been wounded with them. bring abont a against surprise attack from land real conciliation between the twit sea threatening the security of the of Constantinople or the sea , straits, National Order of Pipe Smokers Elects great war leaders. Wilson and Atlanta. Dr. Horace Grant of while they have recently f Marmera Limitation of naval forces has been elected prrsldent of semed to have been standing for the lonnd for the Blnck Sea, so that they the National Order of I'lpe Smokers, me thing, Including American re wl'l not constitute a danger to the the initial meeting of the organization entrance Into European affairs, dif- wme extending between the two strait held here. Dr. Grant Is the founder fer absolutely cn fundamental poli to the Black Sen; (Turkey expresses of the organ Ira tlon, which lias for Us cies. As they d'ffered at Paris on these the view that these forces might be "Tolerance, pence." The order questions, so they differ or: rnd their compesed of light warships, employed will be both fraternal and secret. The met tin? did not change th's. Tb for the protection of International com upon the men no of merce.) Interdb-tioIntention how President has "ormrr president emphaslr.ed peculiarly and fittingly the principles of tolerance "ppenrlng to approve what the Tiger ten inec of warships In the Black Sea and pence are descriptive of the pine Is saying In this country, except iks-s'bl- y and liberty of passage for merchant smoker's stale of m'nd, and how the the Frenchman's general view ncn In time of peace and of war." seductive Influence ef a good smoke that the United States most Interest Stock Shw Offers Large Premiums tends to allay all the baser emotions Itself In F.urope. Knasaa City The American Royal of man. clns-dof livestock shows with nenr-Bad Boors Knocks Out FTfteen SVi.000 I. W. W. Plan Big Strlk offered as premiums. The s uneoa-s-lonFifteen men are twentv-fonrtannual event will dediI.ot Anege1e Industrial Worker at City hospital and one has cate the new half m'llion dolrnr expo- of the World plan a strike at ail Pa- died as the rrsnlt of wood alcohol pol-- ' cific roast ports, beginning New Year's fling. Twenty more are being work- sf Jna building. The new bnlkllng ron- day, according to Information, the s ed over by doctors. Police fear a re- Uns an oval of 26.000 feet of Toot sMd ronta'ned in literature seiz- currence of the ejildemic of "blind wve where the champions of more ed by litem and op Tat I von from tht 'e.ifh." which took a toll of more than than twenty state fairs will parade d'strlct attorney's office. In a raid In twenty-fiv- e lives In the Christmas and klnrs and qneens of the llvewtock world will be crowned. the hnrbor dlxtrjct of an alleged I. eason two years ago. W. W. meeting Wednesday. Holdups Grab Reglsteree Mall Ten Candle to Burn for Caruso Joseph. Three unmasked men Haynea Aejsrts Prohibition at a Crisis New York. A candle of ebemtenTl.T WasMn rton The crisU In the fed- reafed beer wax, five feet In clrcrnn-fTenc- e armed with revolvers and shotmn eral prohibition enforcement flslit tins 1(1 feet hlrrli rnd held np two mall clerks at fas nn'on at tS ba station Friday mornlnz snd escaped iefn readied. In the opinion ef Com- weighing one ton, known as fbe missioner Ilaynrs, It was d'srl,Te1 automotive with ore Cnntso memorial randle has been la a waiting n n ports of recent hearings before a -In the stsdlos of Antonio mrkasre of registered msll and five otnpletal hotma appropriations snhrnmmlttee. In AJollo end brother, and will be hlp. twrksges of first class mail which tin- - frvnnn.ntio for the next fieal ed to Pompeii, Tta'y, wltb'n a fw hrd just been laktn from the mallear vcor r I: l department, Mr. Darn It rest f.1,700 and wss mi't t the Chlram, Rurllngten at Qnlnry ays. tnM U. nf If a similar sinonnt as s'- - on the nr'"r of an ornhan nsylurt: fisencer train No. 2.1, en route from H f..r prohi'iltii.n enforomenl run in New York of which Caruso was n Kansas c:ty lo tmiaha. No estimate m inn' tor five or six years a r?duc-!o- remrous lrn-- ictfr. The candle will f the value of the loot has beta se t:.ca o;i;,!it to be poielb'e. cured. b placed In a church. side-swip- SWEEP S. ( n let n te d ar Klansman Gives Lecture In Church Kn Kmx Klan costume, a man strode Nw York. Robed and masked lr tip the aisle of Wnshln--toAvenue Run-t's- t chnrch, Brooklyn, during service Sunday evening mounted the platfortr and read a statement on klan history and klan purposes to a crowded con gregntlon. Only the giggles of a con pi of gh-quickly stifled Interrupted him and at the doss, be disappeared throngb a small door at the rear plat form. THREE KILLED TWO OFFICERS AND FOUR MEN MEET DEATH AS FOKKER MACHINE CAUSES COLLISON Despite Their Uniforms; Officers Investigate Phoenix. The search for Colonel tYancls C. Marshall and Lieutenant Charles L. Webber, army aviators, who have been missing since Thursday when they disappeared en route from San Diego, Cal, to Tuscon, Ariz., shifted farther south Into the Arizona border strip as the result of two re ports indicating the presence of the missing plane and aviators in that region. The first piece of Information that an airplane passed over Ruby and San Miguel, Ariz., west of Nogales, Thursday was received by Major Leo . IlelTermnn, ranking officer of the aviation forces engaged In the search, who landed la person at Ruby yesterday and personally Interviewed men who had seen the plane. The second thnt two men in the uniform of army officers, answering the description of the missing aviators, were picked up on the highway near Tombstone, Ariz., early Thursday night and given a ride into Blsbee, Ariz.was given to the searchers by O. M. Thompson, a commercial man, driver of the car In which he aald he gave the officers a lift. v rvsassta TIMES-NEW- Clem-enceau- a mtt, , c n England Offers Bargain Scheme Premier Bonar Law caused a sensation at the second session ol the allied premiers, when. In the course of his reply to M. Polncare'i moratorium plan, he gave clear indication thnt the British government would be quite willing to reconsider the question of cancellation of the French debt, provided such a step was made possible by a reparations settlement The satisfactory to Great Britain. British prime minister briefly outlined the kind of settlement he desired n moratorium sufficient to Germany to her flnaaces and credit snd stabll&e the mark, no mlltary action of any character by the French and a redaction of the Indemnity to between thirty and forty billion gold marks. London. Women Demand New Peace Plan The nague. The women's Interna-Hon-.i- l agreements and charging its has adopted resolutions demanding a new peace based upon new International agreements and rharglg Its members to work for the convening of a world congress for this purpose, either throach the Instrumental! of the league of nat'ons, a single nation or nny grewm of nuions. The resolution were moved by the British find French delegations and were adopted unanimously. Thev confend-that the world's nreent plight resulted from the eslstln- treaties , these being con trarv to the armistice terms, Incon. dstent with the preamble of tb lca-- ue of nations covenant and disas-stmn- s from political, economical and military aspects. 1 h po-'Ic- Tlcksbnrg. Three men were killed and three wounded In a gun and pistol battle between labor agents and planters at Duckport, La., oa the Mississippi river near here Saturday. . Two men, Weston and Dangerfleld came to Vlckshurg in a gasoline boat and went to the police station where they reported the battle. Reports of the circumstances leading to the trouble were conflicting Weston told authorities that Jake Stevens, negro labor agent, and himself, were engaged by R. L. Kirtley representing the Black river Land company, near Vicksburg, to go tt Duckport to get four of five negro families who were to work on the land company's plantation. Accompanied by Stevens and aer eral others, he rcn his boat to a point near Duckport. Fifteen or twenty white men end negroes were on the river bank. They hailed the boat and he made for the landing when the men on shore opened fire with automatic guns and pistols, Weston said. Stevens had a revolver and returned A the fire, according to the story. second fulsillade of shots from the men on shore brought Stevens and two others on the barge own. Weston said he cut the boat loose from the barge and drifted down with He said the men on Dangerfleld. shore continued to fire at his boat until It was out of range. Sheriff Andrew Sevier snd District Attorney Jeff B. Snyder of Madison parish, made an investigation of the shooting and the latter declared he will prosecute the men who engaged Weston and Stevens for going tc Louisiona to get labor, trespassing and for sheoting. The district attorney said the man arrived at a place between Delta point and Duckport at midnight. They went to the negro quarters of s plantation and attempted to persuade the negroes to leave and raised a disThe home negroes sent turbance. worc to the planters, snd in a short time several planters bad come upon the scene and asked what the men wanted. They answered by firing at the planters, and according to the district attorney, the pluntres re turned the fire. Decrees Esah'lshment of Free ttate London. A onrtv bold In P.ncltini'llam place Wedneadar dealt chleflv with the establishment of Ireland as an Independent commonwealth. K'nc George da procis. msllosj erlvtnr effect to the now trt.h free tate and a'so a proclamation sr- po nMn? Timothy E. nenlv as the first garsmor general of Ireland. hl-to- rlc Kit Klus Parade Ends With Fight McKlnner. A Kn Klnx Klan re. developed st oive Into a free. f Tf.n rock throwing fight hetweea the k'smen and men watching the jaitae. Several kl.insmen received I mlsed heads. It wns said, aivl several of toe unmasked pnrtfrhan:s wer ru'e-- d. rae man was bruised severe- m the bend when struck by a rock. n m low lights a pamenrer Inter-rr'rcar also were broken em h. flying sriisiles. re n Notes News From All Parts of UTAH Eugene. Mrs. Iver Johnson and six children, the oldest aged 6 years, were burned to death In an oil stove explosion at the Johnson home here. San Quentin. A otrike of 10 convicts serving sentences in the penitent ary begun when they refused to work, had failed to find 15 expected recruits but the original strikers remained firm. They are In the dungeon on bread and water fare. Warden Johnston said the ten confined to the dungeon could unlock themselves any time they would pgree to do ordinary labor In the prison yard. San Francisco Two hundred guests were driven from their beds when fire broke out in the Garland- hotel. The structure was quickly filled with smoke but the elevators were kept running and the residents reached safety In various stages of dress and undress. . Leadville. Two lead mines were closed down here following a refusal of operators to grant an Increase In wages of miners from $3.50 to $4 a day. Efforts will be made to shut down other largo properties. Los Angeles. Two hundred and eighty one persons found guilty of traffic violations here during the past two weeks have served or are serving Jail terms of from 1 to 100 days, as a result of a campaign to curtail accidents, inaugrated by Police Judge Joseph E. Chambers, and backed by other magistrates. Minneapolis. The largest cooperative wheat sales agency in the world, which, according to Its organizers, will handle 100,030,000 bushels In its f'.rst year, was formed here at a meeting of six cooperative organizations representing ten states. The new organization is known as the American Wheat Growers' association. Des Moines. The state illiteracy committee will ask the next legislature to enact a law making It compulsory for all Iowa voters to pass a literacy test before being allowed the exercise of the right of suffrage. San Francisco. 'After raiding an alleged Illicit liquor purveying establishment, a prohibition agent sat at Its telphone for two hours and received orders for Christmas deliveries, be said, the woukl-b- e customers not knowing they were giving their orders for liquor to an officer. Carso City. While state supreme court Justices are pondering over the valldty of Nevada's law providing for death by lethal gas for murderers, three murder trials are in progress In the state, while two Chinese, condemned to die by Inhaling the deadly gas are awaiting the court's verdict at the state prison. An op.nloa from the court Is expected within the next two weeks. Salt Lake City. With the arrest, and confessions, of Arthur Hays and Ceorge Allen for the attempted murder of Police Sergeant Pierce, the police believe they have the leaders of a gnna of hold ups who have been so active In Salt Lake the past few weeks. Salt Lake City. Whereas perishable crops In many Western states. Including Utah, were marketed this year only about 150 per cent on nccount f lack of transportation facilities, reports now indicate that the same class crops will be marketed much more fully next year. Various Western railroads. Including the Western Pacific, Union Pnclfic and the Santa Fe, have arranged to have approximately 11,000 additional refrigerator cars ready for 15)2.1 crops. Salt l,ei;e City. Fifteen days In the county Jail or a fine of lf was th sentence Imposed on A. E. Denny by City Judge Ben Johnson. Denny pleaded guilty to the charge that he sold cold storage egirs without mark. In thorn In accordance with tha Mate law. Prove With the lessening of demands for gondola cars In which to ship sugar beets as the season draws to an end. a'l cars of thl type owned by the Salt Ilre ft Ufnh Electric d are being turned over to the etenm rods having connection with the electric 1'ne. for r in shipping coal Anouncement to this effect was made at the traf.'l" department headquarter of the roid. rail-roo- Tern spechra Qualifications, make very few pnbll "My cimstHuenta lure Mesa of their on B." replied Senator Sirgfium. "la addition lu being s gvfxl talker, a stnteouian nnwsdas lias got f be gved listener." Mors Like It fe I lie college fmitheH pima. eht la ynir m on the tenmT" "Judging by his looks. I sliouid sey the teem was on Rita."- - tioetir Bre-blri- g Transcript. T-crr- .