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VOL. LV. NO. 17.172.
rOKTLAND, OREGON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1915.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
2 JAPANESE SHOT
GRANT VALUE HELD
THIEF GETS JEWELS
AT PARTY; 1 DIES
REFUSAL TO ALLIES
PAX1C AMONG WOMO AXD
HOME OF W. P. RICHARDSON ON
HAS CALL FROM MILIT.V.VT.
CHILDREX IS CAUSED.
. ALAMEDA DRIVE IS ROBBED.
GREEK KING FIR
$2.50 AND NO PR
Efforts fo Get Minnesota's
SECRECY POZZIES SHIPPERS
Good CI far It Called Same, and
List of "DraModi" Mad on
CB-EGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
tagtoa. Dec 4. If R.preeealativ Mo
Arthur, ef lb Fortlaad District. r
wondered wby tbe Easter tte a
t warmed up ta th caaaa af a,ul
suffrage, bat bar turned a deaf ear
la Iba appeal af tba Congreaaleaal
1'alca. ka aeed woa4r a loegr. Tba
tamr wu farmuba4 bin bafer ka
B4 be ta tba NaUaaal aaallal 14
boar. Bat tba alary w14 nr ha
bsaso aabtla ka4 act Tba Oregealaa
exTsapeedast beea aa yawlta ta
tba Incident bra related.
ktr. McArt hur a4 Tba Oregoalaa oor-
r?o4at wer eoaverslag la tba for-
m.r'e office. eca regatta hi
wttb a good clear, la tba midst ef tba
earltoa lw women eotered taa
a f flea, without . kBorklag. Oaa
plaJo4 that tnr rprBte4 tba Coa
gTeeslonal t'eloa. Iiefor Mr. ale A fa
ther could offer chair tba suffragette
Great Steamer Falls to Give Mr .. .-..,
"Tbrew -. tbo wts4ow.
Position Is Outlined for
Benefit of Americans.
RIGHT AS NEUTRAL INSISTED ON
Vessel's Last Six Boilers
Put Out of Business and
AIR OF MYSTERY PERSISTS
Information Until Asked
and Then Only in Part.
Tka aroeka la affeaalv
ara Vila cigar.
Befer Mr. McArthur eoul4 ror
bu belaac be bad opened Iba windows.
I.ttlag la a flood of blttar cold. Aad
wbll ka ebJverad, kla auffraUt caller
aot oaly tat 11.4 felra. but laslsted tbat
ba iota la th.lr calabratloa a Iba
fraat at.p ef Iba Capitol oa tba apaa
toe day of Coaaraaa.
Tba Congressional I'nloa la display-
I lh. m rw itlrlalnvial anlpll l.rd
toon irking Ka.pW-w.y lor mora in i ConcT... ,.. rally
4' boor, following; a conJ ore.- I Tba CoBgrsloBI Colon, which typl-
fl ittMitt fcr mnVn of th crew I fie mart sufr.s. leader la Iba fct.
5av rrrco. cat, rw. -Tht
ih Ka; liner MtP.nosioia. m ront
fmtn 5attl to tho United Kingdom
with 1JW0 trrr of rr.emt carro
!! at mora than ll.00O.0OO. ba
aotbtBg; It alwajra "de
lft disable th !at Uttery r tx
lilra. wa indicated in an frrial
rs.iorram raceWed kera lata today
fmm Captain Thooia. Carlick.
At tia raqnosit of Unitid State
Paml aathoritiei cere. Captain Car
li. ii radioed that tha position of tha
Jtmnasot at A- M- today m W
T.a.Ia It derraea ti minute west.
Utitoda decree 3' minute north.
Thli placed tha Minnesota in posi
tion rrO mi!e aouth of Point Lma,
koarir north ren derree fM and
t mile norta af Turtla Eay.
Teel Drift IMple!.
Till information. fuhed by Cap
tain CarLck. chow that tine 6 A.M.
Tharj'.ay. at bK-h tim aha
potiea by tha American-Haaraiian
;;;; F0RD PARTY NUMBERS 179
Saturday, whan tha tut tlx boiler
jCITIZENSHIP BAR UPHELD
So pre mo Court Approve Kipatrta.
tton of )'orFlxnera lirido.
TTAoMI.N'OTON. Doe. .Tba Supreme
Cotfrt toaVvir arttrs4 th docuioa of
Iba California coutt Intarpr.ltn Ui
yad.ral .1 pirtat loo taw ef lt7 aa coa.
lltotlooa:!y apptlcabla lo womaa wbo
cvetiaae la ila la tba Catted Mate
after aiaxnrlBK foratrsora aa wall aa
tbeoe wbo marry forelaera aod Ilea
Tba cma woa kroockt by Mr. Etbal
C M ac Aar.ji.. bo waa denied resletry
baaua aba marrt.4 a object ef Ureal
Nation Not to Be Forced Into
DEFEAT IN BALKANS SEEN
Monarch Saj rraaco-Britlah Cn
dertaUna; la Doomod to FaJloro
and Tbat Ha Will Zaalat cm
KTTfO COVTATTTTfr RB-
rrnAX or allies de-
"Tha aol.nt.a demand la too
muck. They ... . demand that
we lake away troopa auril I Ba
the Creak frontier, laavinv my
country epoa to Ineaaloa or any
"I will aot do It. I am wCllna;
to dtacoaa raaaonably any fair
propoeaJa, But two tklnaa I will
net concede: Greece ahall net
be forced or cajoled out of bar
neutrality; Greece will maintain
kar aovarelanty aad kar sover
eign. rlht lo protect beraelf at
Mora Iteoerao Arrommodaiioni
oa Mrajner Frederic. VII.
war fut cat of eommUsion. aceord
inr to information received her.
T.a teamlnr recrd of tha Min
yecta U in direct refutation cf Cap
tain CarticV prrrioti meac. to
tha effect that tha v-t waa maklRjr
f Tcr knot an hoor. a tha poaition
ant by bint today indicate that on!y e aamaa ba aot jet baaa rec.lv.d
been core red in ill ' "
Nirvr TORK. rc 1 Tftere ara K
aiatrbara la the For4 p.ace party now
aa. root, to Norway oa the alearaeblp
Cacar IL accord In lo aaaoaacoraaBt
today by tbo Use owbIbc tbe .!.
boar. Ha refuaed to end tha nooa
pition cf tha Minnesota, today when
lira hippirr men KXJirht to check
up t! drift, her etxirje. or in which
direction tha wind and tida wer car
Effort to SifM Craft Fail.
Another pecuIUr feature rerardiTf
the Minnesota w tha statement
mad today by officer of tha rarai
as-x-Jlary Glacier. Tha CUcier red
tha north tnd of Cadroa IxUnd at 5
laa aiae ansaanced tbat raer
t:to bie bea made oa Iba Fred
erick VII. which aai:s late tbla week,
for II parsoae wko Intead lo Jot lb
Ford party la Norway.
AUSTRIAN AIDES LAWLESS
Albanian tlxhtlna; Moateaestin
aad Serb4ana Trrroriaa Clvlllaa.
rAlUA rvc. C ricatiBc tt..a
troac bands of Albaalana aad tba
I Mont.n.crta aad trttaa troopa la ra-
A. it. Faaday, foHowinr tha track of I ported la a dispatch from Cettla.'.
deep-water .L. Of fWr f th Moalan.cro. ta Iba IUa A.nry.
e4oI report that tha weather was
ctear and that they could see for
many mtle In aH direction., but they
fi!ed to iiiht tha Minnesota. Ac
Mrdinif to tha Minnesota" poaition at
a A. M."loday. th freighter waa 40
mile north of Crdro Island and d
rect.'y In tha path of tha Glacier.
Th tun DaantlesA and Iaqoa.
which left 5an Franc ico Friday, are
expected to reach th Minnesota Ut
Seereey la PwnUa?.
Tha pevracy whkh ba shrouded tha
Mir..-.eota tine sh turned about off
th Lower California roast ' last
We.lndy has purged local shipping
men. They p-ir.l oat that it 1 in
varvabty the custom far master of
vessel in distre to irnl their
position, course and other detail at
last twice a day to Government or
mrtmtreisvl radio tations, but tha
Minnesota faded to send ber poaition
a't day ur.td reiv.J'ted by Govern
ment official, and then only gave
Tho Lviua and tha Daontl are
rapabt ef towing lha heavily laden
freighter at four I nets an boor trader
ordinary waa'.her conditioes, and If
th tag take tha Minnesota la tote
they would not reach Sail Diego onUl
BRITISH BACK ON TIGRIS
o I artNe Flshilag Orrwr la IU
treat Froea ftagdad.
Tbe nii aaya th..a beads are
beil.v.d lo haa b.o eraaBlsed to co
ep.rate with ISe Anstrtarta. but that
tbsy are terrorisms; tbe eit:ian pops
! tat ton. pi::ains; th.ir kemea and aa-
AMERICANS AFTER LEASES
.rso4Ultoa. for Hallway la Ilrasll
Are VodVr Way.
NEW TORK. !-. 4 ABvri.-aa In
leraeta are a.sjotlailBa la take over
tbo laasve of tbo Hraalllaa State Hall
ways (rem Frncb and nrtllsJt roan
paste, saj th N.w Tork EveBiag
Otnus lot. r-. is la Brmstl. accord
tnx lo tbo artlc:. are eacoara-lBg the
ATirE.N'a. Doe. 4. via Malta and London.
Doc - Br a stair correspondent of
the Associated Pre. Conatantlne L
King of the Greeks, received the corr.
pondant of th Associated ITes today
nd save hire a maasaye for America on
Ike altitude wblck Greec ba assomed
la tba world war and the reason for
tha policy wblck ba baea followed by
Ike Greek roeeramcnt.
t am especially clad to talk for
America.' said tbe Klnc for America
111 anderstand Greece' position. We
botk are neutral and ara determined. It
It Is bumaaaly possible, not la court de
struction kr permllUaa oursalvaa to be
rawa Into lbs frlcbttul vortex of the
present European conflict.
Daaaer of Pi a da at Cited.
"America la protected from Immedl
ata daager by tka distance wblcb sep
arata ber from the battlefield. We.
too, thought that once. But th bat
tlefield aatrted and may shift a-ln.
What I bappnlns; in Greec today may
bappaa In America, Holland, or any
other Be at raj country tomorrow. If the
preeedeot new Bought to be established
la tbe case of Oreec I one fixed."
Tba interview with tbe King look
place at noon lr the smaller palace
which I tfl Kins' personal residence.
Tbe audience lasted an hour. The Klnc
waa Cred In the simple uniform of a
Greek' General, and be displayed tha
C.tud.d aa r'ss. 4. tolama X ft
Shot Are Fired In Presence of
3 00 Person In Hall la
On Japanese waa shot fatally
another dangerously wounded last night
by one of their countrymen wbo ran
amuck with a pistol ta a crowd of Jap
anese man and women who bad gatb
ered la Arlon Hall, at Second and Oak
s tract, to witness a show.
Th dead man waa IUosakn Kobltata.
a laberar. wbo was abot la tbe bead.
B. bUyaxakl. Ill Everett street, was
shot la tba left breast. Ha 1 la Good
Bam art taa Hospital.
A. Nek an o. 27 year old. waa arrested
by Lieutenant Hartna and Patrol ma
V art la oa a charre of murder. Tbe ef
floor eay be confessed.
Thar wer perbapa 188 men and
omen la the ball when tbe murdere
appeared In the door.
Th Intruder rushed to . th eta-.
where two Japan men aad a woman
ware perfonnln;. Tha two men who
wer shot barred hi paasasja. Th
three struggled a few second. Th In
trader forced kla opponent back. Then
several shot were fired.
L Hiroee seised Kalcano and held hire
nntll offlcera arrived.
Tbe Injured men war sent to the
Good Samaritan Hospital in tha car
of City Physician Zlea;er and tha Am
bulance Ssrvlce Company. Kobltata
died en the way to the hospital.
Tbe Injured man hsd been hit by two
bullets. He made cbara;ee laat nlcht
tbat the murder bad been Instigated by
three Japaneae 'gambler.
Flv Japanese were arrested later.
They wer 8. Okomoto. W. Tomoto, K.
Tenesakl, 8. Aksecana and K. Tanaka.
Tanaka bad In - hi pocket letter
addreaaed to K. Kasaoks. wbo. tha po
lice say. la wanted In Lo Angele for
BERKELEY HAS ELOPEMENT
Nephew of Cabinet Official Take
College Junior aa Bride.
TtETtKFXET. Csi. Dec . (5peelal.)
Ptuart T. Lane, son of Dr. Frederick
W. Lane, aad a nephew of Franklin K.
Lane. Secretary of 'he Interior, and
Mls Florence I Klrehen. a Junior In
th colics of letter and science at
the university, stole away to Martlnes
Saturday and were married, by Justice
of tbe Peace Harden.
Lane graduated with the class of
1MI and expects, he says, to embark
In business In Sin Francisco. HI
bride Is the daughter of John G.
Klrehen. a mining man In Tonopah, and
a member or the AJpna I'M sorority.
HORSES TO GET HOLIDAYS
Coos Bay Wagon Road
Decree to Be Entered.
TIMBER, RESOURCES, INCLUDE
Similar Action Is Intimated in
Southern -Pacific Case.
RAILWAY TO MAKE FIGH
Jndge Wolverton'a Finding Follow
Principle Laid Down by Supreme
Court la Oregoa-Callfornla
Decision Laat Jane.
Strre-t-Cleanlng Animals Only
Work Four Days Successively.
Not only ara horses In tho Street
Cleaning Bureau to have vacations
hereafter, but they are not to be
worked every day while In the serv
lea. as at present. Superintendent Don
aldson, of tha bureau, ba arranged
things so that th horses In service
will be worked four days straight mid
then b given two or thrr days' rest.
The vocation plan ha been m4e
possible by replacement of horse-drawn
mschln. with mortor-driven fliisher..
Grantee of land under the Coos Bay
wagon road grant are enutlea to
value of I2.S0 an acre in th property
Thla 1 one of tho principal pro
vision of a decree that will be entered
la the United State Court thla morn
lnc In th case of the Government
against tha Southern Oregon Company,
owners df .000 acres of land In Coos
and Douglas counties.
Tba condition under which this land
originally waa granted are substan
tlally similar to th conditions sur
rounding th Oregon 4c California
Railroad lands.' tha disposition of which
now Is involved In a similar con
troversy with the Government.
Similar Deere latlnaated.
A. decree In the case of the Oregon
California lands, involving 3,300,000
acres, will be presented to Judge Wol
verton in the United States Court on
Wednesday morning, and Conatantlne
Smith, of Omaha, special assistant
to the Attorney-General of the United
States, intimated yesterday tbat the
Instrument will conain a provision
lmilar to that in the Coos Bay case
to the effect that tho railroad is en
titled to t'i.iO an acre, and no mora.
This theory, however. Is directly
contrary to tho contention 01 the
Southern Pacific Company, present
owner of the Oregon at California
Unds. Attorneys for the Southern Pa
dfic insist that the railroad own all
the timber, stone, mineral and other
natural resources on tho property. In
addition to the land value of $2.50 an
Boatkera Pacific to Object.
Peter F. Dunne and other Southern
Pacific attorneys will be in court on
Wednesday morning and can be de
pended on to oppose with accustomed
vigor the Government's position that
their ownership in the property is
limited to l-.BO an acre.
"I can't understand the Southern
Pacific attorneys' peculiar line of rea
soning." commented Mr. Smyth yester
day when confronted with tho proba
bility that this pfovlsion In bis de
crees will meet with opposition.
But th Southern Pacific attorneys
are convinced that their own line of
reasoning In this particular is sound.
Victim Says Burglar Is Expert on
Values- Family Asleep at Time.
Police' Work Since Wednesday.
Gems and Jewelry to the value of
12000 were stolen last Wednesday night
from the home of William P. Richard'
son. aa attorney, who lives at 1400 Ala
meda drive. The police have been
working on tbe robbery but have been
withholding new of It from u.e public
A diamond lavalller, four diamond
rings and a valuable watch, chain and
charm and about 120 in cash are among
tha article stolen.
"I hesitate to say what their value
la, aa I would bate to have our friends
know how foolish we were In keeping
such articles In the house." said Mr.
Richardson last night. "I will say,
though, that the burglar was an expert
on values. He selected the most costly
articles, although he refused to take
other thing which were valuable, but
not easily sold." Information from a
reliable source waa that the value of
the stolen Jewels was about $2000.
The burglar entered the Richardson
home through a dining-room window.
Mr. and Mrs. Richardson were sleeping
on a porch at the opposite side of the
house and did not know of the theft
until tho following morning. The
found tracks In the yard and finger
prints on the window frame and on
Mr. Richardson Is a member of the
legal firm of Boothe & Richardson.
Refusal to Withdraw At
BERLIN ACT IS
Nations Not Required to Give
Cause for Banishing Dip- ,
LANSING NOT TO COMPLY
FORECAST IS BORNE 0U
Governor Reappoints Mr. Marshall
on Accident Commission.
SALEM, Or.. Dec. . William
Marshall was today reappointed
Governor Withycombe as a member of
the Oregon State Industrial Acciden
Commission. Marshall has been a mem
ber of the commission since its tneep
tlon. He was appointed by Governor
West November 5, 1913. In announcing
tho. appointment Governor Withycombe
T am reappointing Mr. Marshall be
cause there seems to be general satis
faction with his administration. My
only desire is to see the commission's
work well done. Merit Is the only con
(deration in the appointment,"
The Governor s action in reappoint
ing Commissioner Marshall was fore
cast In The Oregonlan of last Sunday
MISFORTUNE PROVES BOON
Chicken Loser Turns Trapper
Finds Profits Greater.
GRASS VALLEY, Cal.. Dec. S. (Spe-
cial.) Carl Fredericks, of Chicago
Park, having lost more than 100 thor
oughbred chickens by predatory ani
male, decided several weeks ago to
Up to date his catch is as follows:
ineteen foxes, six wildcats, three
coyotes, three coons, 20 skunks, be-
ides a large number of non-predatory
Frederick has decided trapping Is
more profitable than poultry-raising.
(Concluded on Pas. 3, Column 1.)
THE ML'LE V.'IIO'S BEEN HERE WHILE I WAS GONE?
GENERAL WAR COUNCIL ON
Ealraio Military II Xpert. Meet
t oslf inn la Pari.
rARIit. roc . The first meeting ef
lb . ral war council recently or
cariU.4 by the enl.nte allies wa bl4
loda'y la Parts.
Th council maetlag waa attended by
repr.aentatlv ef Franc. Great tint
sin. Ruaala. Italy. li4ciua sad Serbia.
Ta Freack commaader-la-blf. G.
ral Joffr. preeld.4.
t.nKt'OX. fe. 4 T ftrtl.i Briny
t Vw9umt. walea e h . a o so.
!-. toUwi Its 4.tt tavsrd Bag.
li. Re recha4 Kata-eNAmer. aa
ti lu.-u. 1'i CUlM b.t SglU
WARSHIPS GOTO SAN DIEGO
DallleaKlpiOrrgoa and Cralsrr Mil-
waakc-e Kali for Fair Daly.
BAN r RAN CI SCO. Doc 4. Th Called
Stat battleabtp Oregon and lb cruiser
Mllwaake 'aall.4 from bar today for
fen Dteco for duty In connection with
tbe Paaama-Callfornta Eiro.lt loo
Tfc Oregon. "Bulldoc of th Ny."
baa b.ea an duty off th Panama-I t-
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INDEX OF TODAY'S NEWS
YESTERDAY'S Maximum temperate.
decrees; minimum. 4J degrees.
TODAY'S Oioudy, unsettled weather with
out -sin; easterly winds.
Genersl von Hlntlenberg; says peace Is not
. near. Page a.
Greek King's refussl of entente demands Is
firm. Page L
Three rebel bands defeated at Shanghat
Cardinals In secret session in Rome. Page
German Reichstag awaits Wilson's speech.
President gives hope to suffragists. Page 3.
Representative McArthur meets real suf
fragette. Page 1.
Congress Is opened. Page 3.
Senator Chamberlain drafts grant land MIL
St. Louis. Chlcaro and Dallas still are In
Democratic convention race. Page
1 2. 104.000 asked for mouth of Columbia.
Germany demands to know why Captain
Boy-ed and Captain Papn have been re
quested to leave. Page 1.
War plant strikes traced to RIntelen.
I.lner Minnesota again In danger. Page 1
Fyravu. defeats Occidental. " to 0. Page 14
McCredie picks his 1U1S Infield. Page 14.
Uwn mets Kaye In boxing ring tonight.
Waves wreck Bar vl-w buildings. Page 1?.
Klrt span of Interstate bridge la floated
Into place, page 18.
Booth murder case goes to Jury. Page 5.
Klticttoti results In Oregon towns. Page 6.
f omsnerrlNl and Marine.
Heavv buying of wheat In Northwest at ad
vancing prices. page 19.
Wave of speculation sends Chicago wlieat
to liighcst prices of season. Page 13.
Demand for railway shares rallies Wall
street market. Patre IB.
! Record receipts of livestock at North Port
land yards. Page ll.
Disease on Cornll BBrt declared not berl beri
by Dr. Marcellua. Page 19.
Portland and Vicinity.
Coo Bay waeon road grant equity Is held
?.ro an acre and no more In court decree,
Dorise asks tliat Si;14.000 timber suit be
reopened. Page 20. '
club federation offers f?00 for anti-tubercular
crusade. Page 11.
Chamber of comm-rre manager pleads for
bureau of efficiency and economy.
Excellence of Livestock Sho. amazes vla-
isltora. Page lr
Home of Attorney W. P. Richardson is
robbed of Jen els worth thousands. Page 1.
Donations to Associated Chatitfes' relief
fund continue and ?;h0 mark is parsed.
Tho JapaiiCfu .lint at party, one dies.
Addlsun Bennett visits poultry show. Page 13.
.Weather, report, data aad forecast, fatfa l, 1
Request Made as Courtesy to
Foreign Nation, as Boy-ed,
Papen Not Accredited.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. Germany
notified the United States today that
she desired to know on what grounds
the State Department asks the with
drawal of Captain Boy-ed, the naval
attache of the German Embassy here,
and of Captain von Papen, the mili
Secretary Lansing received the re
quest from two sources from Count
von Bernstorff, the Ambassador, and
from the Berlin Foreign Office
through Ambassador Gerard.
Reply to Be Prompt.
The United States will reply
Mr. Lansing will not discuss the
facts, nor will he give the sources of
information concerning the activities
of the attaches in connection with
naval and military matters to which
the State Department objected.
Without reference to the reasons
which prompted the department to
ask the withdrawal of the a-taches,
it is stated, the United States will
stand on the established understand
ing among nations that an intimation
that a diplomatic officer has made
himself disagreeable is sufficient to
cause his removal.
It was broadly intimated in Ger
many's request for information that
the Berlin Foreign Office might con
test the withdrawal of the two of
Safe Conduct Expected.
The German position indicates, too,
that the United States is expected to
get safe conduct home for the two
officers if it wishes to be rid of them,
although it is authoritatively said that
Germany will make no request for this
As explained in German quarters.
the Embassy takes the view that it
and its attaches virtually have been
placed before the bar of public opin
ion by the State Department's action,
and tbat consequently the "request for
information, though unusual, is proper
under the circumstances.
On the other hand it is known that
Secretary Lansing considers that
Count von Bernstorff might have
drawn an inference as to what ren
dered the attaches objectionable from
the conversation when the Secretary
informed him that, the officers no
longer were acceptable to the United
States and offered to obtain safe con
ducts for them if Germany so desired.
Wilson Approves Request.
Mr. Lansing made his request for
withdrawal with the full approval of
President Wilson and it was made
plain today that there would be no
discussion of the facts which led td
the request. It was pointed out that
while in certain cases in the past gov
ernments had given reasons for ask-.
ing the removal of a foreign diplo
matic officer, this had been done only
to emphasize the request and entirely
at the initiative of the offended gov
ernment. Reasons were given by the
State Department in the case of Dr.
Constantin Dumba, the Austro-Hun-garian
Ambassador, whose recall was
demanded, but the action was wholly
vbluntary on the part of the United .
Secretary Lansing is of the opinion
that the phrase "persona non grata" is
one which indicates a mental attitude.
That attitude may be caused by any
thing. It may be personal dislike, tem
perament or personality.
Safe Conduct Not Incumbent.
The Secretary also considers that it
is not incumbent on this Government
to ask for safe conducts for with
drawn diplomatic officers. They art
supposed to be immune from seizure,
iCouuludsd ea fa- X, Column-2.