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The Omaha Morning Bee
vol 52 no. n.
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OMAHA. Tl'KSUAY. OCTOHKR
r II HO): kilt kmu M . Ill "'
Buto. IM M il pa l( k k..lk, I'-. '
Deflation Bride and 'Honeymoon' Ship One Killed.
HiMrowl Beached in Running Sea4 Hm,, .
Europe: "Sammy, 1 want you to meet a world war vetera n. '
Uncle Sam: "I'm a bit particular whom 1 meet."
Democrats Auto cash
llo-aell am! Kamlall Dinuss
-Crime of lOJU" l,y Whit h
Thousands Were Made
Good Crowds Hear Talks
M Y. C. I'OUI.IJU
lalf I arrekanaaeal Tb Om.ba ItW.
tint, Neb, Oct. J. (Special Tele
gram y "Ind th democrat intention
i.l!y deflate th currency In I:"
through tli democratic Federal Re
fcrrv board snd ruin trim of thou
sands of farmer becauae they ei.ed
it republican victory and desired to
j'jt th republican In tha hole?"
Till was th iieelloii It. f. Howell,
l li llilcbi'e fur I'llllol Mil fa il.it"l
n ).-. I ro.l and iiiterillve mull
rtx-i today ii H Paul. Iioup l.iv,
r-n'i.H, North loui n-l inl.
hi.rl II. Halidall. h,iiIi,i fm
governor, ii'roUipHti). d Mr, llowrll
The M itiilorlal i iimli'latc il-i l irnl
tli.it this m'! f'.n had iiiter.il ln
iniiiil IhroiiKh wofd iiM'l by o- I
poiient In defense of th- l.-mocratlc
inflation of !
"In defense of tin 1-iiiiH'rutlr de- I
fa I ion my oiHiiicnt Hate that tin-
protmbillty of Ih" nation ee-Uiig a j
n publican national uiJiiiiiilHtrittnni '
that would rt.tiic Into the fol
lowing M.mh prompted the demo
cratic Fidel il llrwrv. Isxtrd to bring
on the drastic deflation In atone, I:o,"
Mr. Howell Mid,
"Could it I I hut oiU.it ion was for
J artisan advantage? Were t-na of
tnouauiid of f.irmei throughout the
country heartlessly bankrupted In the
more hope that the republic an parly,
snould It come Into power, might be
' Kui h a com luniuii is not UnriHM'ii-
aiile In vlfW of the fart that the demo
rr.iu are now charging the fatal (!
fl.-tion of I'tJO to the if pulilirsili
v.htri, u th reroiil ihovi. imil im
iry tanker known, the lieniiHratlc
mliuiniat ration n aolt-ly responaible
Mr. IUindttll, a kern luiinet man
and a rliMe student of emrinmli-a. a an i
dwelt tellingly on the democratic rie-
flmlon. lie called It the crime of 1920 j
tnd quoted Abraham Lincoln who said i
that any governnieiit which inflated
its currency and then suddenly de- 1
llnted It so as to tankrupt thousand j
was puilty of a crime.
Ke lo r.'inergency.
. "The people know as well as 1 do
lie terrible plight the republican ad
JnlnistrMtlon found Itself in with this
democratic deflation on its hands,"
Mr. Randall said. .-' But H hh equnl
to the emeigenry. It organlred the
War Finance i-urportitiou and Nebras-
ka farmers alone were recipients of 1
flS.OOO.uuu in loans. It overcame the
bankruptcy of thousand of farmers
liut many had met their financial
Waterloo liefnre the needed money
could reach them.
Mr. Kandall was a member of the
Nebraska board of the War Finance
toriH-iratloii which handled these loans.
Remarkable cordiality and enthusi
asm met the candidates at all towns.
At ft. Paul, Tr, J. J. Bisgnrd, county
cii.-ilrman. and V. K. Haggart took
charge of the candidates.
I. V. Mehstei. editor of the St.
Paul Phonograph, was an interested
listener. Three weeks ago the How
pr.l county fair held there proved
to be th" third largest in the state ! shot killed him.
tills year, juvording to Charles Fabry. ! Mrs. Brandejs also hot two caribou.
crtary of the fair. i Brandeis killeil three bear and one
Arriving at Iauip City, nestling in : moose and assisted in harpooning a
the pretty Limp valley, at the nnon'h,i1,' ,lmt weighed 6S ton. He will
In. ur. the candidates, found I'm citi Bd(l 'hp skins of the animals to Ms
ei. vho abandoned waiting dinners. r collection of trophies.
Mr. Howell and Mr. Handall talked j N"r ,n" I,'"Jf,'s expedition
foi an hour and a half and not a w ithotit its hair breadth thrills. Thirty
l-aii or woman left the l,,,,,.. ! miles out. of Seward, Alaska, on the
V. 1-. Wane, county chairm.in. Hep-
if sent live George W. Wolfe of Litch-' UU,,B ulH,n a in,H" "'"""icr
f -id. IT. Mary A. K. 1 iendn. kson, ' 1,,n'- They average a ton or more
Tla.-ria.rn Una ,nMiu for ...Mintvii" wiKht and ap-ar Vicious, youns
attorney, an 1 Judge Aaron Vail were
in chaie of the Jnoup City meeting.
Mel by Nine Cars.
When th party reached a point
fi miles outside of the lively town
of Arcadia they were halted by nine
iiulomobile loads of Arcadia and
Ncrih Ioup men and women ind a
tiir filled With the Arcad.s t.ti and
Si tun corps. Mr. lhwell and Mr.
P.aniUll alighted from their cars and
climbed Into tl machine of their mil
tint! friend, f irmer M.i'e Senator M
I.. Fries, hv) drove them into Ar
ind a, Senator Fi,e Ii trvxluced them
li the le.epln-n party at Ar.art'n
v r't Mra F, :e. ,"i hn Wa! former
i h .rt eleik of the lower Vuk, .1 lv
Ard. cndnlie for state ri"irki'tv
l.v. t. Ii Itellfiuay ej . count Hii
V fcir M.. i-i Promti, S'iH,in ;icse-..
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Il aa near I'ritlliiff bay In AUv
i kan water that the SIHer Screen,
Die hne miMin vrke chanered by
t.. John HrandeU thl oiiininer, i
beaihed durlnc a running he a. Ttie
khii when H naa beat lied U ahuttn
lri. 1 . Jiihn Itrmidi U. Im im rl)
li. J. r. t nil-mail of New SmU
lil), i kluiun in wuldiHir altirr in
I lie lower rill.
N. Y. Girl
Marriage Coiim to Lipht
) lien Young Menhant Re
turn" from Trip With
Hride to Alafka.
HBoth Shoot Big Game
K. John Iirundeia was married taut i
Hay to Mra. J. K. Coieman of New !
York City. .
inia tniurmaoon came to ligni bun -
I j i -m . t .
" uiwn ine reiurn 01 ine juurc'" l i c
n.erchant and h!s bride from a four
months' whallnc and hunting expedl-
tlon tl Alaska In a chartered vessel, .
They immediately took up their .
lesidencn !n the Hrandeig bungalow,)
fitted with trophies of K. John's I
honOn Mrwriitlnn. .in i ha Tfran.
deis store. The young vice president
of the Brarideis store stated he was
through traveling for awhile and i
would confine his activities to duty
in lu uianaeemeutr-wf -the store. --
Following their niarrlage In the east
the honeymooners chartered an ex-
- . ,
submarine chaser In Keattle and fitted
it with a crew and a name, "Silver
i rn," I
Hride iiiHHl Shot.
I cm uie enK-uu.on io Aiasaun waiero
ny i ne lnsnae fiassage jurs. i.ranaeis
became popularly known as "Mickey."
On a land expedition from Pavlluff
bay she demonstrated her kkill as a
marksman When she killed a hugo ,
female bear by a single shot at Ji0 I
yards. Brandeis stated. At another
time she playfully coaxed a male bear
to pose liefore a movie camera by
tapping him, not too gently, with a
couple, of well aimed bullets meant to
cripple him. The bear charged her.
Another aim at the beast and the
fust leg of tlie whale hunt, the imrty
Ship Ileached Twii-e.
Twice the "Silver Screen"
beat bed durine a running sea
heavy gale near Privilcf bay.
"Never was in such a storm in
my life." related the hurt'-. "We.
figured we were g'me. The storm
and the sea tossed the vessel a!iut
like a coik: even two anchor cuild
let hold the ship. After the storm i
we found ourselves beached and
thankful to Providence f-r our sure
r..vun"i's tl. Krnal pen.suU. the
hope j woonei t"dk urt in a nil'"
utit arrr.5 with Afdrew V.nf,
fiiiu Alakkan guide. Mr. lift Mr,
tiratotus partied tneir own p.trnpher
e-iba and ' i n-lieO ' if I., t He n
ler..-e, IV ; v:d.t:eii !tel IIm
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The r-f'v (r ,i.,.l ait.ni- V?ei
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Lincoln to Send
to Hear Roosevelt
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IkrilUI'Ill UllB 111 .dlILlll lHllCi
to Hear Only Speeeli A-
eitant Secretary Will
Make in Stale.
Lincoln republicans, eaer to hear 1
the one nee.-h to b made ill Nebras-
k y Theodore IUxisevell. assistant
! secretary of the navy, are arranging
f"r J''ge delegation to come
Omuha tomorrow night.
t'ol. House velt Is to speak at the
Citv auditorium at 8 n. m.. the meet-
ing having been transferred rrom
r o,,.-,,,-,.,- .
Kepulillcati Mate i-tiairman J'eriT
" lo p refine, i union i.rome. promi-
neut ex-service man. will Introduce
CoIi H,MB,.VP. ,v,. I:Hevtlt is to
arrive at 7:15 p. m., coming from j
Cheyenne. He is to leave fur Kansas I
City at 11 p. m. '
The srene of the Inei-liiitr as .
fr(n, ,(,j!e, r un.m,t to ;
,ho ,f(,ri, . it r.r
tuarkable Interest evidenced after the I
first announcement, .Sunday morning. :
Particularly did former strvicc, men, j
who bore arms with lioosevelt in
France. lns:st tht nothing short of
the auditorium Would be adequate fur
Col. Hoosevelt he was a lieu
tenant colour 1 in Kran e, as hi.s f:ithcr
was in the Spanish Ann r.ca n war
is to 'peak in behalf of U. P.. Howell,
republican nominee fur I"tiied States
senntor. and others of the republican
ticket. The meeting is being arranged
by a committee consisting larc-ly of
ex service jvk-ii.
Itislinguikhed as l ii,hlii,
"We have been trying for s-nrte
lime to grl Col. Koosevelt here."
ea:d llird Sti - ker. former tervn-e man.
' e had about giv en it up w lin th.
"Koosevelt f-l.iiels to us- very much
a. h:s father did fur men of an older
geio-ratiou. lie Is one of the founders
of the Ameneau Legion Utf dastin
guiehed himstlf as a f.ghter in France
and he bus il.sutigu.shed himself as
an UMgrewa.vr. and self sacr:ficins
publ.c si-rvart s in that t.llie.
"I mver w:ll fnl-get the -lie ;!
!-':,. Lou i at the time of the f.rt c..ii
vent. on of the Amencm Legion. The
kent.insiit lirnully mn tmaininons ,n
fsvor of e!e.-t,r.g TeMy' the fu-.t
iiatintml i onitnandrr of the Legion,
t'fM f in- huue, it.e ,
ic'ent I.' ii : ' it i-'i
t,ir t. ..lie- w.oiii! ,i.
ilitek k'.sfcl i.d
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. Wept th?
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v -"T'rtuliar (!ol
v ,ff on I!oaI
Three Women in Hospital
Juliu" Ku I', i..-i ! of I 'ouni il
riuffa I t 3i mi. I. ilr-aii, Ina to
ijuphtera are In a lnwitk! and Mr.
Iouim lihlera of ,M inlt-n l In a hon
t;il th'ie iinii.ullv injure.1. all a a
renull of a culr auiomol.ile ar.
dent on the outukitti of Neola, I.i ,
II. J Miiilix, iroirnior of a enrait j
on Hoiith .M.'im nrr-t In the Muff;.
I Mlffi-KiJ a eel era k"ilh 111 the left
lmn..i-. T-iilyto et:lch'-a Here
, taken It) (1"e the woiillil.
liupp "'I -liultse. wall Mi Minnie i
!:ipp, ten. her in Thoiiwa Jiffiroii
tilth w'hool in the Hluffn, and Mm
Anna Itupt". n relurnli.fi" to t'miii-
I :iufl at i X" after vmitinc friend
f near N'eoU
Meet on Ihiuhle ( ure.
l;upp and Si hull were in the rear
n-ut. M.a Minnif j drlviiir. Iln-
l.v tlian a mile enat 't Nenli,
the Hupp car tnet tn kirne auto-
nioh.h-a on a double curve, tine a
I trying; to puxa 1he other, airordinit
tu the etory told polu'e.
Sihiilu adviecd the Hupp girl to
i pull to one side and atop to let the
two machine" mt.
Xh did eo, crowding Into a ditch
fti;alnt H liilth einliankment.
Junt then the rear ear pnened the
oth.T nuuhlne and crahed Into the
Hupp a cheat win crushed and he
received Internal iiijurie from vhlch
he died in a Hluffa hospital at 1
The Kirla suffered severe lily
In uiK-s and Ml Minnie poamiblu In
Jinth cars were wrecked.
In the aerond car were Mr. and
Mia. Louia KhUra. The occupatita
of the undamaged cr rushed the I
r-i........ . mi,i,. w. Mr. vhlera
I, ..i. i hnltal nn.
lay juncoiist ious in the hospital un
til .1 yesterday morning, when the re
gained coneciouenets but for a short
time and relapsed.
Hie is not expected to lhe.
hM-apes I nlnjured.
Her husband escaped uninjured.
i Jne ocrupame oi u i-uiv
were taken to Council Kluffs in an
; uewucs ms iwo aauguiers, j.upp
J survivea by tus wiaow, tnree
' lirulhers, Fred of Omaha. Albert of
! Chiittgo, and ItolKjrt, who lives In
Mississippi: and two sisters, Mrs.
John Hucker of Oklahoma, and Mrs.
James Applcheimer of Nebraska.
Ho lived at 715 Eighth avenue,
Coal Moving to
About 1.200,000 Tons S"up-
plied to Lower Lake Ports
Wash.ngioii. Oct. 2. Coal supply
for the northwestern states, whose
shipments customarily move by way
of the Creat Lakes water routes, to
docks on Superior and Michigan, is
rapidly being assured, according to
figures given out by the federal fuel
distribution office. In the week end
ing Inst Saturday, the office estimat
ed, alsmt l,IM'.0'Mi tons were supplied
Id the lower lake ports for trans-shipment,
and on Saturday alone. 2:!,7s8
ears were at like Erie ports or en
route to supply the water routes.
Generally easing conditions in the
matter at' coal supply elsewhere have
made it necessary, the distributor re
ported, for the issuance of priority
orders affecting particular coal move
ments. Field representative of the
office, now stationed in all the iinpor
ant producing territories, have been
instructed to keep the Washington
headquarters Informed as to nduc
tion and transportation conditions
iffectms the output in their region.
Ilousrholiiers I'rged to Buy
Part of Coal Supply Now
it.i.iana, I'M J iBy A. T.
I ..usehidders who are th' pendent upon
....I t.i heat their lirnini are iitjed
!-i buy 1 1 1 of their winters aupply
l-ow i'i a atatemenl laue. .v Mirk
l.iieli'i. t i 4.ro.ll of tfe fuel itipmiit
the Nat until ..- ;.-..t, of
i- t Aeei ii
) ; t -tr.. il.d ti tt 'tneM'e
t Ih" .ml !( I ! :i!
a u ! i kt ti.or.lh w hen l I-1
t I'ii.i, ii i .tiiii ,. p;..ik I
i' if Cue ill, -e iK;tt Jilni
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Stixk in Krmtutiotwry
M 'on tmnt in M e x ic
Othrtd at Sharr
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Grain Men to Be
Examined About !
.Federal Trade CommieHon
I V ill Hold (lonferente at
j WaBhinpton. New York
I ajhii!SUin. Ot tS. ii).t!cil Tel-
gram.r The Federal Trade onnimls-
sion, which is conducting- an inquiry
into the grain trade in response to a
I resolution of the United States senate,
I announces that Commissioners Vic-
I ..... Vt,,l.u.L. I..kn TT Vi,0L.r.. l-I.ii, u.
ton Thompson and Vernon W. Van-
fleet will hold
series of public con-
men at Washington, New York and
hicago. The Washington conference
j win oe nriu in lur ciuiimmsiuu tnm-.-n
' cm Tiibailutr C-tiit.t- ft at 111 a m unil
i. iii i. f-ui' ,'..! i- V..U- vLru
a,v av..,..-..- k.-u -. ,
frrenot? on tctober 6 and 7, and the
Chicago conference from October
t T IVnl.Us Alhnrl 1" Vlct.l Nil.l
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lh.i-c have I.caii iiiilhi In attend tlie
I Washington conference. Those who
are invited to attend the New York
conference are Julius II. Barnes, Jesse
L. Livermore. Gerald F. Karle. Ah X
Hansen, Prentiss X, 'Gray. John H.
Simon, all of New York: August F.
Gruber and William M. Hichardson,
of Philadelphia, and George V. Kidy
of Boston. Th attendance at Chicago
will be announced later.
These conferences .'ire for tin- pur-pot-e
of obtaining information )ier
tinent to that part of the senate reso
lution calling for "all the facts con
cerning market manipulations, if any.
in connection with large export
transactions, or otherwise."
The facts concerning the slump in
grain prices during the last six
months of It.'" after future trading
in wheat was restored, as well as the
reasons for the severe fluctuations in
the jrii e of May futures of 1!M2 and
1f)2", will ba Hundred into.
Forest Fires Menace
Minnesota State Park
m Paul. ist. I Thret fur..-t f-.re
lift night were threatening I rass a
S'ate park in north. rn Minn -sola. .-
i-unlii g to Wuid rei-ener at iln- ata'e
the pstk ill
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New Greek Kiiih!
Royal Family (uits
Athens for Italv.
i Alliens, fK-t. 2. By A. P.) The
'newspapers today announce that the
' British minister signed the visitors'
! hook at the palace yesterday and
'taey interpret this as British recogni
'tion to the new king.'
Athens, Oct. 2. The new cabinet and after inducting into office former
which la to be headed by Alexandre senator George Sutherland of t'tah,
Zaimia w as completed yesterday, by j to fill the vacancy caused by the rcsig
the appointment of Georges llhallys, j nation of Associate Justice John IL
as minister of I'osts, ConFtantine Zav- Clarke of Ohio, and admitting to prac-
I itzanos. former president of the
chamber of deputies as public trea-
I surer and M. Christomanos as min
', ister of agriculture.
. Ilojal railltly Sails
' Purlf- On. 2 All the men.l rs of
tlt.U t,.,-..1 f.HiU. -iV. tlv,
T"V tT- V, V t
'.tl'iivii i niii.tj aui, v. nu iT-.-iir:a
heir apparent, sailed with King Con-
! stantme fur Italy, accordlns to a
iHavas dispatch from Athens.
ueorge went to ine country residence i
Juf Ins father to bid farewell to Con- '
istantine and Queen Sophie. The de- j
iiarture of the monarch caused no i
'incitement in Ath"n. ( ;
i According to the newspaper Eleu- j
tiieroR Tipos. Constantine and hie fam
ily have abandoned their original
plan of going to England and proba
bly will decide to remain in Italy as
living there is cheaper thun in Eng
innd, "which fact will have great con
n'leration with parsimonious Cunstan
t.nc. South Dakota Grain
Rate Hearing Opened
Siuux FhIIs. S. IX, (lit. 2. Hearing
uf the South 1'akota grain rate case
began litre today before Kxaminer
Gault f the interstate commerce
eonimission and is expected to con-
siime most of ttiis week. The rase i
represents the rftorts of the state
railroad commissioners to obtain
lower freight rales from fall p..rts of
South 1'ikota to all the gram mar-ti-
"f the countrv
It is claimed that gram iate from
S'-uiii Ii.ikots points are too h.gh as
.) pared with ra'es frmn !,mieoi.
lu I, Nebraska mid North tiskota
! 1. Keil. lite V(ierl f r the
siimih liik".i r.i hu:ii Miiiniimliin,
",l pi s.-nt too-! of ttlr rwdeiie f il
'! . .t ,i Vf-.i-lu-j lu M- Kelly,
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Takes Seat on U. S.
High Court Com e nes After
Summer Receee Mem
bers Pay Usual Visit to
"Washington, Oct, 2. The supreme
court reconvened today, after the
summer recess, for the October term
tice 35 attorneys, adjourned to call at
I the White House for the usual visit
I of respect to the president.
! When the court, headed by Chief
' Justice Taft, entered nt noon the old
! senate chamber iii the capital where
' the sessions of the court have been
lIJW P"1 '
held for years,
the chamber wa
crowded while a long line stood in
the corridors seeking admission.
Justice Sutherland, in his robes,
remained behind the screen at the
rear of the bench, while the chief Jus
tice explained that a vacancy had
occurred during the recess and that
the judicial oath would be administer
ed to the new- justice. Stepping to the
platform beside the chief justice. Jus
tice Sutherland impressively repeated
the obligation. enunciating the
clauses after the chief justice distinct
ly and with emphasis. The chief jus
tice then formally welcomed the new
comer to the bench and he was con
ducted to his seat at the end to the
left of the chief justice, where he
was again welcomed, this time by
Justice McReynolds. wno occupies the
Justice Pitney was the only ab
sentee, being confined to a aanitat ium
near his home In Morristown. X. J.
His colleagues upon the bench are
apprehensive over tils condition,
which is s-rlous, according to reports
At the White House the members
of the court were ushered into the
Blue room, where, formed In a horse
shoe line, they were Joined hy the
president, who form-illy greeted eat h.
The court Tuefckiy will enter upon (
its task of hearing motions and aiga ,
1 -Oinalia Woman Learn I
he Is Heir to ST.kIMM'I,
Paona 111. l-t "-.Mrs Ma'hlld.i
ItjketiiM, Miiutav d'kiov.re-l thrumih
i new sp.ll r !.. Ii r . ; thftt Site
wn sought a be-r ' f ;:. etiie
lift hv h-r f'lil'et Pierre 'I -ntui Her
f.itlier eipia . Ova itiuntii leais a.-n
. id attt'ad in (Miiaha. M' ! kvinan !
.rri-l "l ol t of her viiiit j
oiirrave I m le iaui.
a ' .
Ol.M ls -tv I' - Pa'i k
1 .!.' c ii t ! 1 'f H il' an t i- ivt,
eli'k. but of l, t.,j-t.en. w a
he an I k ii ! !io in m a hia i
Sere I f . o a-ti at 11. l M t 1 '
: t tit i.- 1- s ''.; 4
t a a.
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to a a ....
Allitf at ltd Turkey lApetied
to Apree to !eatioti f All
Military Moti-menU at
, Greeks to Quit Thracf
oiilnnllniplr, Oct. I band '
HMt TurkUh iriefulaia c limned the
, In.rder of 1 brace at iii kli In the
north Met of Mlitri il mile et of
' wiilaiilnlolri, and attacked the
t.rerk uulHMlk, They were belli!
Imied lu withdraw when relnlnrce
nient arrned and the Turk were
thrown bark arnma the boundary.
i 1-ond.m, IM. i illy . rk-lbe
Turkhh nation hl aM-nibl si An
gora liaa iiiianiinuly appriit ed I he
a lion of Mulaiha henial 1'ai.ha and
ha aulhorired I he dipaUli of aVIe
gate lo Mudania and later In the
peace rontrrrnre. arrordlnt lo a
4 enlral News dlkpalrh from ( nntaii
sree lu I nnferrnce.
oiinruntlnojilf. fHi Z. illy A P.t
I The Turklh ii!i'iiall! t authorities
hae aBieeij to an nriuiaiji-e conter
ei.e In Muiania on Tuenday and bn
re)ueeted the allieil liluli coinmiiieion
era to apioint tl'legaies. The tia-
Constantinople, Oct. I. tHy A.
P.e M. Franklin Bouillon, pea'-
envoy from the alias to Muatapha
Kemal Pa ha. returned yesterday
to Cotiwtantinople from tfrnyma on
the French cruiser Met, succeseful
in his mission of arranging an
He conferred with Gen. Telle.
French high commutsioiier in Con
stantinople, and is understood to
have told him that only the most
extraordinary efforts on his pait
prevented Kcmal from acting
i'hly. lie made It dear to the
nationalist leader that if war were
renewed in tlif near east it might
spread to the whole of Europe and
that the responsibility would rest
entirely on Kemal.
tionalists will be represented by
Ismet Pasha and possibly by Hamltf
Orders fur a cessation of millurj
movements in the Chanah region ol
Asiatic Turkey and for the suspen
sion of the activities of the Turkish
irregular forces in Thrace hsve
been issued by Mustapha. Kemal
! Pflshi the Tiirlrikh nn I innal ikt leader.
Constantinople, Oct. i. iBy A. P.
An immediate mutual agreement
to suspend all movements of troops
was expected here today to be the
first outcome of the Mudania armistice
conference which is to meet tomor'
The conference will discuss the oc
cupation of eastern Thrace by de
tachment of inler-ailied. troops dur
ing the Creek army's withdrawal.
The expectation here is that th
Greek evacuation will begin imme
diately ..after the conference, permit
ting the establishment of the Turkish
Gen. Harrington, the British commander-in-chief,
will leave for
Mudania on the dreadnaught Iron
I'uke early tomorrow. The Italian
and French generals ill make th
trip on battleships.
lveiinil s Reply.
Paris. Oct. 2. By A. F.) The toxl
of Musiapha Kemal s reply to the al
iietl joint note of September 23, hot
1-een made public tonight by the for
The reply is dated September
and promises to stop immediately th
operations which have been develop
ing toward Constantinople and Cha
nak "in pursuit of the Greek army."
It accepts the proposal for an armi
stice with representatives of the en
tente and nominates General Isniid
Pasha to act for the Turks.
Turks Demand Thrace.
Ix-oliug with Thrace, the reply u
worded, with marked firmness. 1
fit-dits the entente with sentiments ot
justice toward Turkey, but Oemandi
that Thtace shall not he left one liav
longer under the Greek snuy. sayirt
that it is indispensable that Thraoa
shall I eiacuated immediately anil
restored to the Angor trovernment
up to the west of the territory in
'Confident in the a.urance which
M. Franklin Bouillon his given th
i ommatid r in -i hit f of th Turkish
.. i noes, in Six-old with the rcpr fa nt
Uvea of the entente power meeiu'S
in larik, and eruaded thai refotls
!ini will at one be pimrede. with id
ta.).ali a ju-t -e.,'' the lnj'e ton
limn., "in ordir has len given 10
( itiiiieiiuit. -iji tuif n.ilitary Move,
i ii nt whi!i Imv l-n vnvras:t.iljr
siev r li.p.i.g in the diiavtion of ton
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