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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - February 12, 1923, Oakland, California                                and VkiHity: 48 boom Season to date 1SJ5 Normal to date year to date VOLUME XCVItt-FIVE CENTS-SUNDAY TEN CENTS OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1923 __.____ _. Copyright, 1923, by TRIBUNE Publishing Co. 22 PAGES H 1 JA i-Si iliiDiNiiriii uni nn HILL Djolomats in S. F EAJUHARA "new Japanese to Weshingfptt, who Francisco toddy. Below, CHAS- Ji 5. to Japan, who is on. his way to Hfinihara, JSTew to Gap- His Countty Will 0 p p o s-e" Discrjniinatiqn Against Nipponese i '._--' Declares Islands Not Over- .crowded Ambassador War> xen Back From Tokyo Sees Only Peace in Situation SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. International News nouncing thai lie- cams as arrad- irocate of open diplomacy- and as a 'believer in laying all the cards o'n table, Masanao Uanihara, new Japanese ambassador ,to 'Washing- ton, arrived here .today.. He .arrived 24 'tiours after Am- .Charles Beecher Warren, American envoy to Tokyo, had reached the and an- nounced that all Pacific misund standings had been cleared tip. Ambassador'IJanihara declared i that he had no instructions' from the Japanese government to re- open the immigration' question, 'but of course, prepared to discuss it, if States government should desire -to do so. JAPAN IS OPPOSED. TO: DISCREMrNATIOX. said, did not. question the right of 'American Congress to .pass any legislation it desired reference to admitted Japan' would not look J 'kindly qn legislation- which would discriminate against the "Japanese. _ Hanihara'said: k "The purpose .of Japan is tq keep with the. United States'and to even better them if that be'possible'. 't 'understand I am expected to say something-with- .regard- -to but as to that I have :no. special, mission." f ''Since thte the1 feeling of 'Japan Is that the of secret .diplomats has passed and'that'both governments may ;place'their-cards on the table and 'discuss ''.matters .freely ;acd j' of p Dim ULnill I LUI Assassination of Former "Cap-1 tain of Detectives Petersenj Two, Others; Believed; Aim dliin Man Is .Jailed When Third Attempt to ''Visit Friend'' in the dry j Prison Is Nipped in Bud Burried Woman Becomes Mother INDIANA: pa, .Feb. i2.-An- I'direV Pola'ckea-ancl 'four'of his children were burned to death ill ajfire wnich destroyed, their home part .of Indiana coun- ty- yesterday. Mrs. Polackea, who burned, wae; brought to a. hospital here .where, a few hours later, ..she; became the mother of a Physicians said- both would live IRISH IF1IJFR IIIIUII hh.liwi.ii WF.SI IN wL Stands by Grant '1 declares, that freedom of interpre- tation should be attended to the Bible ay, well as -to other books. ._! Belief that an attempt have been made last night to take theL-life of Captain-Walter J.-Peter- former 'hea3 of the .tective bureau' and of: two present of the 'department if jfne attempted jail brak the; city prison, for which one- nr' i is-under arrest, had been successful, was ex- pressed today by sleuths: probing the circumstances surrounding 'trie frustrated delivery. J "William P.: Richards, said to be an ex-convict, is a prisoner city Jail today, under strict sur- veillance, following- his arrest last night after a battle within the prison. At the time arrest j Richards had hidden "in "his cloth- ing- the police say, a pistol with 90 i rounds of ammunition blu'd- the pretence of visiting a prisoner, Richards had been shown a de- tailed map' of the cells arid 'corri- dors, it was brought put-during, to? 'day's police Investigation. SECOND MAS' 'IS SptiGHT.- "While the prisoner is being grilled by d'etectives in an effort to- secure all of. the details regarding alleged plot, search 'was being made -'today" for another man who is known to have .conferred, with -Richards before he made the sec- to the jail and was subse- quently arrested. Cards found jn-HJchards'-posses- Body pf Mrs. C. B; Hooper Found at Voodside; Suicide Feared, 4 Dr. Thos. O'Higgins, Father i French Send Tanks to Check of Free State Threatened Strike by and Healey's Brotlier-in- man Workerfe Near Bo- Law, Assassinated at Home chum; Boycott Extended President >Cosgrave, Eamonn Invaders Deny Germany All DeVaiera Ready to Submit I Products of Ruhr; Mil- Question of Erin Republic lions of Marks, for Strikers to Decision the Voters Are Seized; Agents Jailed WppDSrpE, The, body of 5S years old, prominent IWoodside society .matron, and, of wfelth jf'San Francisc'6 mining man, was found at the bot- tom of an abandoned wejl, near her h'dfri'e' 'to'day.' to the aijthjorities. evidence pointed to "the theory that she had committed V i victim brother-iri-la-wj !of Timothy Healy; governor gen- eral, of the Free State. The According to relatives whom the woman had recently been visiting in Marin county, she left -to return home- yesterday, Mrs. Hooper had jsion today gave to the belief I '''Japan, recognizes that the quea- tion ..of .immigratioii is a. .matter for Itlie 'United States to decide and know-that the United States will "So 'anything' "detrimental; to its- own interests. "Japan feels that immigration not discriminate race or nationality, but rather ahoulfl- discriminate between the xyiality of nations than nations! themselves. "The Japanese people have never tieen an favor of sending Japanese Iftborera into jth'e.-. United States. As matter of fact, the" Japanese gov- ernment has issued no' passports for .the immigration of j laborers into, the- Un'ted States; 1907. Some few may. have _ through, .mav have Kegents, rastors and tontrac- tion Meeting. .'that an attempt have been made against the the. for- mer detective captain-and1 two in- Upon these .cards were .written, the of .andj detailed .direetions l of 'how to reach th4lr eluding -what' street' -Where te get off aud how many blocks to i The' two Petersen. it i marked, for Powers and is believed were death are' George 'AlexanSer been-smuggled in, but-the Japan-1 torr Agree After Inaigna- has tried very hard i c ip.4v.oid this." i JAPAN. IS v' I V. OVESRCRQWDED. BERKELET, Feb. Sunday "be .obsen-ed as a day of rest Tjhp .ambassador, denied that! coup- 1 by. the -600 workers on try :she_is sometimes pictured to j rflHlion memoriaJ stadium' of the be. As yet, Japari is" "not up agairjst University of-California. to space- :for emergeno; Hanihara declared: arisea" which will make Sabbath "Japan's, ,total population injla-bor mandatorj. Tne c wgre foreign conntrles does not esceed j Plans of an agreement reached he said. "If Japan's [day between Comptroller Robert teeittlng- millions were, so crowded Sproul, representing the regents'of sometimes would !tn'e" University 'of California; Dr. be sending from 250.000 to outside every year. a- matter of fact, Japan sends forllh' only a small of that number' and "practically as many Both of these officers are "known to be in disfavor by the Oakland underworld element, due to the arrest of numerous crooks, ratjd, the possibility of a revenge mo-; tive was being, probed. Petersen! is also known to have a number enemies among cViminsls. All of the prisoners in the city jail have been Questioned in an ef-f fort to establish some connection with Richards. PLOT FOIpED BY CAPTADf KYLE. Richards' alleged attempt to set free a certain prisoner or several prisoners in the city prison, was frustrated by the quick action of Night Captain of Detectives Wil- liam Kyle. When he was placed arrest last night Richards fought a desperate, battle with 'the captain in one of the cor- ridors of the jail, and was over- powered only after being struck E- president of .eley. .PellowsTiip of- "Churchss, and C; D. Bates of .the' contracting firm- of Bates Borland, which -has charge' of -the preliminary ,1 tion nflthfi Proposed stadiam. months, and recently had been under treatment at a San Francisco hospital. Relatives declared- thiit she was often despondent as a result of her poor ..physical condj-. tibin, and had'threatened her life, It is their belief that after return- ing-..home she was a victim of a. temporary spei) of melancholia and jumped in the well. ;'.Mrs.' Hopper is survived by one sonr William H. Jr., and two daughters, Mrs. Heiene Hooper Treat and Miss: Annette Hooper of Saif Francisco; BY ESSEX, Feb. TBIBTWE-. TVcndi troops DUBLIN, Thomas tho streets hero O'fiiggrins of Maryborough, father cocked rifles Iiist night all stores of .Kevin''O'HigglnsI free state min-j and rostniirants'or Ksscit refused ister of home affairs, was assassi-j to tlic Jnvad- lands 'A party ;of "armed men drew up .residence at 7 o'clock three ''mem- ing "troops todny. A state of.vfeicge was declared nt disorders.' There ivera reports of disturb- ances In various -parts occu- BY ASSOCIATED PESSS near tne TO TKEBITNE, 'bers a'ftiiroJiched the 'house and demanded Dr. replied that in conse- quence' of a communication 'recent- ly completed, 'he. would not admit anyone, but on plea of wanting to se% thfe raiders ln- him to open the door. SHOTS TEAK OFF TOP OF VICTIM'S SKULL. of 'the brmed men then fled, leaving his two companions on the doorstop. Hooper and her husband who'Is well known in San Franqisco separated through a divorce action some.time ago, 5. 7. ._._ Locate SEHVICE' .WIRE TO TKIBTIWE. Feb. 13, Police were notified today of the arl-egt through, information they of. '.-Eddie" Hayes. Jlulle.r ami Haggerfe .lia.l'. Detroit. Hayes, ac- cording ,to -Ideal is wanted by. ..-Kte., authorities- on i that. he ..Dwindled ;P, R. Nicholson. :of 'Ohio; out through A bunco The Florida authorities learnei Hayes' wife was in San Francisco and located her- through the local police department. Hayes' was lo- cated at a 'Detroit hotel under the name of Haggerty, the local police report shows, According to police Richards appeared last night at the police garage of the city hall where he found -that George ..Mulr hollanfi and Patrick J-tcKeegan were :pK duty in the jail. He then kgef'the elevator man on be taken to the thirteenth floor to see a prisoner. This was refused and he nest fleKk 'sergeant and ob-' BerkeleyaJijBddly Slashed in Fight RICHMOND, Feb.' Juarez of '818 Delaware street, Berkeley, is at the Cottege Hospi- taj, suffering from severe wounds today -as- the result of a fight with F. Espirioza." C. street, t'the "raiders Inside %yere reading the document, O'Higgins, who was 70 years old, disarmed him, snatching away his revolver. The raider shouted to his two companies to fire. They responded fatal shots, which took off'the-top Of Dr. O'Higgins' skull; Miss Mary MacSwiney and Mrs. Clark, widow of Tom Clark, who was executed In 1316, were ar- rested, together with their mothers, in a raid by Free State forces to- day upon' the central :pnblicyy office's Were, which had just been reopened. MADE NEW AMNESTY. (By The As- '.Press. first official report -of a' Burrender under the jrovernment's new amnesty decree been received from County CoMt, wher.o a aumber of Feb. i2.-r-A .Central News dospntch from Berlin todny says two Freaoh 'soldiers and one killed, lit a clash at GcisenklreJien, In" ;the Rulir, this when German- "soldiers halted a motor car containing; French soldiers. BT BSE58 LEASEB WTRE TO TEIBTINE, Dl'KSSliilyiHUU-', Jb'wo. 12. lie- ports. '-the Germans arc or- KnniziiiK a ponernl strike nt Hcrnc, liot far fronv Bochum, h'nvc to the despiitcb of .Frcwdi "taiiks tlinC ;placu. Tlio Germans are boycotting the forooe of occupation tlironjtJioiit tho Hcrnc district, tlic Frencli.havo been to uike over the work of some 6f the Gorman flie> boycott is becoming- mojti and more ixipulur throtiglumt flic lluhr, and the 'Gennaris have de- cided to extend it. to'Kasftn, refns- Ing to do bnslnosg with the French and Belgians, beginning today. FOOD, -HAW MATERIAL EMBARGO ON BUHK. vf TTKITSB PEESS, LEASED WIRE TO ESSEN, Feb. and Belgium will deny Germany all products of the Ruhr from mid- night tonight until the Cmio gov- ernment capitulates pi.- agrees to par 'heavy duties. Invaluable supplies of steel lro.ii, as .fotell as fuel the f1n-  T would then be more aclded: "Tfce ;ne.w franchise' Mat u> here lf this district falls be .ready .before June or to needa. five-inch' "wound? extending- from the back of to the chin and a four-inch wound o'n hip. His ailegeU aijgallant has -been placed; undsr arrest Juarez waa taken to the -emerg-ency hospital and. from th er t Smashed at 'y Gale, Sinks -WSijt, not- stand -for De as presi- dent of the republic. He was never elected president of tho republic; ahoulrt be called. The "RUHsian republic" be recognized. The labor parHamentarians frill iiKG gtrlve for resumption- of re- lations with Germany ami for reference of the Mosul question to in he declared he did not believe in some factors men- tioned In connection .with the birth of Christ. He Bald he had received many letters from those finding fault with him for Chpistlan-ity." my attention CKAXT BY HIS BKLBtSF. "I can still hold British Navy Ignores Moslem Threats, Begins to. Sweep Mines Planted Near Gate- way to the Smyrna Harbor Score of Foreign Warship's Andiored .Off Port With GIIBS Trained on City; Parley at Constantinople BY TOUTED tRBSS IJEASED WISE TO i PARIS. Feb. Ksuwl, commanaer-in-cbief of the Turkish armies, Is reported at Smyrna, where the Ottoman ttltfttiainm to aWpfi wapships to leave the harbor may expire at any time. .31io French government te without definite information as to wUca tlte latest ultimatum ends. Constantinople despatches bare stated it svns tor'three dftys. wltljpBt announcing the "hoar It conimenecd. ________ International Wews Service Staff Correspondent.- LiONDON. Feb. allied naval commanders at Smyrna will r reject new Turkish "ultimatum" that tho. foreign warships in the harbor must leave within three according to reliable news from .Constantinople this after- noon. The original'-Turkish raaind. that ail foreign yrarahlps more than 1000 tons leava the harbor was Issued one week'.ago today, expiring Tueedai' It was extended until Wednesday night and eventually a temporary agreement was reached, but apparently the' Turks have withdrawn from Admiral Nicholson of the British navy, in defiance ot the Turks, has swept up a number of mines planted by the Turkislr aaraj authorities near the entrance 'to tho Smyrna harbor.- There is how- a' clear passage for the the Admiralty has been advised. CONSTANTINOPLE Negotiations cetwen Sis kish and allied authorities a-, at Constantinople' officials that a final settlement effected .at the conference of Ismet of the Turkish, dele- gation in. iho Near East peace con- ference. Vand the allied high com- miesioherg later In the week. 'More than a score of foreign warships-are at anchor off Smyrna with their guns turned on thp city. British dreadnaughts are outside the harbor. A number of bearing machine g-uns are lying off tho Smyrna piers. SEKDINO OF IS CONFIRMED. Feb. from London that the Turks have re- newed their ultimatum to al- lied warships at Smyrna is con- firmed by the morning papers to- day. It appears that last Saturday tlie Turks announced they would wait three days longer, after which, they reserved the right to act. The French it the first to receive the iews, com-" munkuting-. it to London, upon the great lessons of that ser- mon and preach upon the spiritual- ity of these lensons, yet retain my belief. birth of Christ." Dr. Grant made no reference. to the" rdc'ent challenge of- Bishop Manning fop him to state his denial BRITISB: SEND DESTROYERS TO EAST, BT ASSOCfTAJED PRESS; LEASED WIRE WTRIBTOE. VALETTA, MaJta. Feb. is understood the British; force of de- stroyers in Turkish waters is being added to by another flotilla from the Atlantic fleet, presumably the he iconferred :-the title on in Amenea, Arthur Griffith never claimed to'be more than-president of the: DaiK" Coggrave asserted that the' Free State 'ministry never had made overtures- to DeValera'or hls'ais- on the contrary, he re- ifreqaeat'overtures from the Irfegtilarsi, .biit.alwayis instated on ;the surrender of arms'and idl -tr-eaty., -EamonB is ancounced his willingness to peace terras on condition elections on the one clear Ireland "or a republic; Cardinal F alii at Altar, Death Ukely mass and struck from; RoTne; Kited. He declared he would forct imniediate parliamentary decision ol a levy on capital. 1 !'I prophecy that pursuit of will o'jthe wJsp reparations will be a great 'curse of America and all na- MaeDonald said. BT ASSOCIATED Feb. "Just one month ago today, I gave orders to troops to enter the Ruhr, and never, until Germany makes adequate settlement the fright- ful wrongs arid damages inflicted upon my country, will I order them to said General De- ths. French commander to The Associated Press today. 'The accusation corning -from men who systematically destroyed our mines at Lens and oar indus- tries at Lille ia typical cynical. We da EOjt have to resort tq roch acts. We ate not even obUged to rule the 'with an' iron hand. .We "confident, otr opr ,-mrengin unambiguous terms." Wise Endorsed by Temple Sinai Head liittjln JT-utlOtiiu t. Cof'CC. Cf Temple Sinai, today endorsed the statements made yesterday by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, of the Free Synagogue of New York, In: which he that he did not believe certain details in regard to the Ten Commandments and advocated the liberalizing of the modern- church. Rabbi Coffee Is. a personal friend of Rabbi Wise and declared him to be a great .a fearless a most loyal Jew. In discussing the statement. Rabbi Coffee said: "I-am very much In the remarks which Stephen S. Wise made yesterday at New York. He'ie'among the most pow- erful preachers in America today, and. views always deserve re- spectful attention. I thoroughly agree with Dr. Wiae In his rfemarks about the Ten Commandments. These laws form basis of civil- ization today, .but the Bible, narra- certain, details. 'forty centuries ago fo; v i rtbry: whj t route to Malta, destined the. I Dardanelles. Tfiis will ,make the number of British destroyer: in near eastern waters five. The allied policy, it is said, is in no way modified by new rnovo rllB Turks nnfl shbulfl'; use force the warships have to defend themselves. According to advices here from Constantinople the Turks maintain their right to close Smyrna and Ismld to foreign war- ships, but that up to the present there has been no renewal of theli- ultimatum to the allied mea-offtFar. to. depart. International Xews Service SUlf Correspondent. LONDON, Feb, _ government Is without confirmarf tion "from General British commander nople, th'at the Turks new "ultimatum" to foretea Ships' to leave Smyrna was annoiinced by the fice :this afternoon. Earth   

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