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   Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - July 29, 1920, Ogden, Utah                                possibly showers tonight or Friday. Quito often Irrterestlns news of the day Is to found In tho want-ad section. nODEN CITY. UTAH THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 29, 1920 LAST P. M. Fiftieth 194 FOR PACIFIC (TATE SENATOR JOSEPH v3cHEZ of Ogden, father or sponsor of much progressive legislation, who resigns his legislative position August 3. Planes Piloted by Expert Avia- tors Will bay Out Regular Route Establishment of Regular Ser- vice Will Gut Down Letter Time One Half YORK, July Three all metal monoplanes carrying the first transcontinental aerial ma 1. left the living field at Central Park, L. I., at 10 -OS o'clock today for San Francisco. of he first scheduled THREE YEARS LONELY WANDERING TOO MUCH FOR EVADER OF DRAFT Japanese Take Part of Rus- sian Island to Pay for PORTLAND Ore.. July y.ears oi wandering in the ail-but deserted mountains of southern Oregon in efforts to escape a- 1 Charge of evading the selective draft, were ended today with Alire- 27-year-old farmer, in jail here. lie surrendered he said, because of loneliness which became un- bearable. During his wanderings, he told couiiiy authorities, meat of wild animals and berries had been his principal means _otl Massacre RECOGNIZE THIS ACT Government Declares Mannix Cannot Enter Because of Speech on Irish Question SINN FEINERS ARE OPPOSED TO COMPROMISE Wanted for Trunk Mur- anci Slayer of Soldier Be Same and his brother Charles fled to the mountains in bo-1 told ers or other people in the and Other Incidents Concern in Nippon Over Relations I saw my mother and returned returned home in February, Ur e. About Christmas of [ms w heard from ano miner. that the war was over. Last fall my brother said lie had had FORMER HUSBAND TO and was 'the mountains y (By The Associat- Japanesc government communication from the United States pointing out. amonu other things, that America is unable to recognize Japan's occupation of the northern half of the island of Sakhalin. The Nichi Nichi says that- CLAIM VICTIM'S BODY I any longer. I wanted nature of the protest the I 'came out and surren- efts here that the Unionist Workers Modify At- rjetrojt Authorities -The through service, whic.i will be Appointment, of Successor to 'Be Named at Election in November State Senator Joseph Chez of the Fourth senatorial district of Utah to- day handed to Governor Simon Bam- bergpr his resignation from the office of state senator. Mr.'Chez said increasing law prac- titude Taken Toward Men of Catholic _Faith NEW YORK, of Archbishop Daniel-J. Mannix, .of Mel- bourne, Australia, to leave here next Saturday on the steamship Baltic are (unchanged by formal notification 'from the British government that he will not be allowed to enter Ire- land because of his recent utterances !on the Irish question, the American 'commission 'on Irish independence announced today: "Despite' Lloyd George's .ukase, the announcement said, "Archbishop Mannix'will sail on .Saturday noon. The Baltic stops at both Queens-, "town "and Liverpool. The commis- sion did not state at which .port the prelate planned to land. ATTITUDE CHANGES DUBLIN, July tivity is apparent in Irish political Charles 'Fattig has not been aPPrehendecL They-Are on Track of Second Container NEW YORK, July new was given today to Detroit's mystef-! ious trunk murder. The police an- nounced they had discovered'a mark- ed similarity between the handwrit- ing of S. Leroy, sought in connection with the murder of his wife, whose body was found here jammed in trunk shipped from Detroit, and that, of the mysterious "P. P- Poulverer, who disappeared after the slaying here E. Landon, an Oregon soldier. tice western ij-vi n re run from coast to coast THOSE IN PAKTV. includes Colonel H. will be and the As i to put the en- be made necessary his retirement ic office and he desired to as a Poulverer" and Landon register-j ed at-'the Hotel McAlpin.. ..'-Landon found dead, slain by front a had disap- in''- the elimination "from their inves- tigation Of trunk: murder mystery tigation of men detained at .'Lawrence, Kan., and Allentown, Pa., authorities today centered their' efforts on of a man bringing Governor; of -Lower: California pected MEXICALT, 'Lower California, July 29 enlistments -'were asked for today by Esteban--Can-tu, gover- _ .1 _ ,i '-r Til TITO T Democratic Chairman An- ounces J for Contribution munication is not really a pro-test but rather an exposition of the Amer-. ican viewpoint on occupations of Rus- sian territory, with something of- America's attitude toward the terri- tory to be occupied. It is apparently, felt here that any.. publication of the details of the note should emanate from Washington and not Tckio. Meanwhile it is considered. likely that Japan, after mature de- liberation, will forward an answer to Washington in an attempt to clarify official opinion there and remove any misunderstanding of Japan's opinion. CRISIS." Appearaces here indicate that Japan passing through aaother "nervous' concerning her relations with the "United States. Numerous inter- pellations have been made in the diet'. I about the American attitude and while1 the important newspapers are counsel- ing their readers to keep, cool', It.; is- -._i tir'e'KensIon' exists concerning the re-' suit of the congressional Inauiry in California. The Japanese, however, seem convinced that it is being con- VFW YORK July William G. ducted with the utmost fairness, and McAdbo former secretary of the treas- attention 'is being called to statements ury and' "candidate at- San Francisco that a number of Americans Uty C1.11VJ __ Vrtl- ._. ___ f __ tO tne reoortcda- nor of The northern district of reported to repe, wna.t he described! pies.den., CctliUiXJlO'4-C iiJtbf Democratic nomination lor oome forward spontaneously to i.estii.> gene Leroy, husband slain Cal dit'on to Sir Horace Plunkett's do- minion league, which makes a new appeal for funds, many Irishmen are prompted by Premier Lloyd Georges announcement to press forward a plan differing from the dominion leagues- by agreeing to allow, tne Ulster counties to vote themselves The family residing Ul T-ofllCPfl woman, had used the name "O. J. Fernandez." Search for a.second trunk was re sumed today upon .receipt of mation that a trunk was about the middle of Three recruiting offices here until late last night 'today that favor of the Japanese. consented to deliver some I- Among the incidents which have in behalf of Governor Cox, tenfieci to fan anti-American feeling nominee, during what heiwas the publication here of the re- be a vigorous and aggres- j tfcat the burning _of Japanese i uiiui KT.I.C campaign. stores in Marysville, Calif., was pos- Governor Cantu hoped to pbtam an statement issued after a con-l iblv ncL of anti-Japanese ele- 01 inior- army of The advancing xeder- f with White, chairman; Articles also have been print- sent from als. it was said .here, numbered abou.. Q, Democratic national committee, I, that Americans were en- Juae-ad-IS.OOp: Tho expects an attocK Governor Cox's secretary held at] in lo-.steal Japanese Mr. McAdoo's home last mghj, Mr Me-, s_ and lhese 'sir- at Ensenada in about seven days have resulted in tn son Twelfth street, Jiir- f- jir. MCAOOO s nome IJ.OL maps and tne.se nave m Shim 'A a. but Sout the name! at a Colorado river pomt ,n about fou, that people wou d, of American riflvs. mil-phased nresifl.cn-i............ out. The owner and the .'urwmiam B. Stout of Detroit de- lienor of airplanes; Gould Dicu. of Omaha-N w Mlvnne. of Cleveland. at' this 'me so his successor opposed this course as being a par 'named [n November. tition of Ireland, have come round to "senator Chez declared he would not favor it and have the support of the a candidate for any office at the Freemans Journal which m recent forthcoming Democratic state, county j montjis under a new proprietorship could not be distinguished from the at the Address in Birmingham refused Nationalists who hitherto violently to accept the. days. DENIES "OPEN REBKLLIOX." and congressional conventions, The text of his letter to the gover- nor follows: "I hereby tender my resignation as state senator from the Fourth senato- rial district, to take effect August 1, 1920. "In doing this I am only carrying Sinn Fein organs. In agreeing to .accept county op- tion for Ulster, important groups have met both of the premier's m- have been asked to trace it. SUSPECT RELEASED. Dt stand nor -a purchased presidcn-. t istSi y" and urged that the spotlight of! FIRE The governor was waiting today for; pitiless publicity be turned on cam-j to .he jiarysville affair; n answer to a telegram he sent pro-j -expenses during the office today gave out a visional President de la Huerta pro-: ing campaign. messaee from Consul General testing against the invasion. He Mr. ilcAdoo I cable message from Consul the-confer firo startejj July July j statement by' Lender-Secretary ence that the formidable "automobile garage owned by that there! (und under control of Repuo.ica ii_na AmpriCa.n and that three c jpanese houses and stores LAWRENCE, Kans., Juiy niea, a statement oy unuui-ocwci.a.Lj ence LH.H. ii man arrested yesterday as tallying j-of lntcrior that there (fund under control of an j with the description of Eugene Leroy! wa-s open rebfellion in Lower Calif or- tional commiUee ioos inen wanted in 'connection with the Detroit ;nia_ trunk murder mystery, was released, here late today, following receipt 01 a more detailed description of Leroy. BODY IS 'CLAIMED 8.C6 in the forthcoming CONFIRM VILLA REPORT. jbeen discussed. WASHINGTON, July campaign .had een QISCUSSKU. Mr. McAdoo's statement in part lot- of the surrender aggressive cam- burned. The consul general called at- tention to reports that were current classing tho case as incendiarism due to underselling of white merchants by Japanese merchants in Marysville, and consequent resentment on the part of of army ots and Two the coas forest fire patrol by -oo ot the planes will be left on] and re-election, extend- ,ast and one is to be my lcrm to January 1, 1D23; hav- oatrol by the air service. in 5crvcci in three regular sessions and one- special session of the legis- lature, I feel that others should have BOY WHO SHOT FATHER PRAISED IN COURi j place my resignation at FRANCISCO. July ampie time to have ,-rmams aVlS-year-old bellboy, wat elected at the general a I But the story circulated privately that Eamonn "DeValera has sent word that a dominion settlement should be accepted and that several i John leading Sinn Feiners believe this to tne Detroit homicide an opportunity of representing the dis- trict. 1 also feel that the sacrifice mude by me from my law practice is no longer necessary, and I therefore my resignation at your disposal my successor of lows: to the .federal govern- "A vigorous and nient of Mexico was received at the, P-ign v> J'1 Dt- k yoopie consequent resentmeni on LUC Eugene Leroy, iJetroii! department. today from the Am-.iort will make J V V buj. hg that the po hS nrt consul at Piedras Negras. He of the countiy MQuamiea ideas! lice denied that this was the fact, r husband .McCoy, officially advised of the surren-jWith to inforri them of'The consul general concluded by de- by 
                            

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