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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1915)
TITE MnitXrXO OREflONTAX. FRIDAY. DECE3IBEK 10,
PAPER MILL PLANS
Hav.Iey Company Proposes to
Employ Eventually 1000
fc Men at Oregon City.
Major- C A. It.hmei. r. . AM DTITP
and 1. It. Day a Councilman, ind P I ft I I
Kor I'aldweil. City Trtuurtr. Teel 1 I U I I
... .. .u 4id.t on b. o.i. UlnlL
n' iKttl. with th escertlon of Cald
ll. wa, ran for Treasurer on lb
People . ticket.
PLANT TO BE LARGEST
!m-rri of Prr Cent la Oatpai
I to u Made l:rl la Year
If City i;rat Appllcwt ka tor
hvmv of Municipal Land.
e. l9-UH j
e t n en e f
I! Wilt Y Asimv MOftTOV MAYOR
!erprt I Spraos by Hvn fori
SfOllT'lN. W.h. r. f IS?ell
Ti4r general municipal election
, wa a!out a complete a urprle.
'rt to Uu who started a oars
-r mo s anything poa.ibly
cotll to. With coo.ld.raM. than
Half of th toitri rcltr4 and with
iu II of mat tunMf o "n. Ih !-
lioa slalcle ihavad IndlffereOC OO
ln Cart of enaav.
Th vet was a follow: Mayor.
Marry Ahy l. W. Mora J; Coan.
ril-an la auev.ed Geore I'. Korr. A.
J. torful'arit- II: Treasurer. C. IV. Mer.
rt. I I'DiifilaH for to year. A. J.
Vtseh. - Jonr S Job.. S. Harry
lassie. :: J. w. :.t.p. I; n. J. llui.
an.i W J. Vaa Kueren. T I.
-ffci. m.a.. Mr. A.hbt Mayor. Mr.
Morn Tr.e.urer anf Me'.r. McCul,
lo-h. f.ecl. IMli and Vaa Keursa
rouaeilmen. I". W. IVlmMff l a Bold'
IN 1916 WILL
Tax Commission Lops S562
000 From Budget and Ap
portions County Levies.
MULTNOMAH SHARE LESS
Only f 37,3(1 Drminilrd In Com
pariaon to tl.ia3.OI3 Last Year.
IXImalra Are Kipcvtcd
to Il ILaliflcd Today.
rr.axx ctTT. nr. re.
A Bor an tit errolojlox 1M ai.a
I' t'(-t pUrtl of It. kind oa t- Pa-
ai'.e Co.t-li planned hr te
i!.r '4!p A Prer Company. P
1(w:.t. jf. pri,4sot and P4f
1a eompanr. tai l today.
A. tr ! nl la th creation of
111. ai plaat. ta ranvar plana lo
-! rl mat ar t- a wilt
4 f.c lore, esteartree' of Tfttrd
rat n. ixi Mi per... and IB
i'ii1l f"'ifi': I'' .
T! company bow eparate tSra
acar mi'-Ms'( anJ a Ziitia
Inatai:.' in 11a naar o'jild . TM
pi'ir& an4 WOUI4 maa an tn
raa of er est la tna cayacit
tiiftt feoat.ro. O d la tn fnnufa
t-jro of f r tfca papr ma'-hlna.
k laitaU'!. a. w.;I a a:i IK
o--r kmMitt twrt for a com
y:r p.g.r milt. To provtdo for 11
aso of 'am from tSo papar ma
itna, aai for tiro-t vantilatlon. t-
o--tloo of tto plant lit wh.cn trso ma
citno wo. II oa lorat.if ou!4 bo oro
or aa'l ba.amoat. Tba ra.t af th
otrqeturo (oulj 6 too ptor!. and
Tha b-jiiltn eu!4 of roinforcod
ciDcrti. a"J ptaol and of tba felcnas
tvpo of construction. Tbo romplot
ot of tan b aiMtnc aa4 macMa.ry U
oo!mat..i al !D.0O'.
Ttto ptaat now amptoys 3?J man an4
works hours a cIat. 7ar la an4 yar
a-t. Ttit tni boot ptrurturo rom
t'l"i at !.at I " aver a mn wottli ba
omploT'4 st.aditr. altila tljrtnc tb
t mo It u b'ina aro.rt.'l fbrro would
to work. fr aAout Z'i. ft would tako
b.twaaa t; and II months lo conplot
1.1 stmi turo.
Mr. ICawt.y Bow lM option, oa atl
ta pro;arty south of TAird itroot and
botwsoa Ma a i'rl snj tfta hootbara
r'if:c tracks to b; brwont su'ptilto
liitit rouxn-y tbo oito of tna propoaod
k liiJiB witn tAo OK-cptioo of two
ta-t own. 4 tr IBa o!ty. Ona of thaao
.ica of trunti-lpnyewBad land. 1 S i
foot by foot. ! tbo slto of tbo fllt.r
l-ia Plant wairb w as asod baforo tbo
I'erk pipatlno waa ba.lt. aad tbo
otbr I. a tract on tha com.r af TMrd
al Mala trots Boar accvpUd by a
r;aja oa.rad fao ntiwa.
For tbo . to of tbo olt f)!t.rn rla'l
frop.rty Mr. I(aw.y olT.ra :. . It
I iliif. boor. to a:to tba city
f-o la bis n.w bnlMm for two
t-uitijai t-s bo aaad ta stpply tbo r.aor
ar wtt wat.r from tbo rtvar la ra.o
of aitr.mo .m.ry.nry. If tha o!?r
f r B.trtioo plant 'to Is accoplod
b l.l soak to buy tba Britoit.
Tbo prio 4 oo ant ln--Iad any of tbo
wat.r ribts now bald by tba city. Mr
Haotay put bis off.r bofera tho Coaaril
U.l Bcnt by klnc far a '-day opt-on.
Ho U wtUtnc lo rraka tba oraa.
oa of to ml.l. in. omptojrmant of Z
tn.a r.cttlarty aft.r tbo rompl.ttoq of
n p.ant ant tba fr.a roatinc of spar,
for two amj provutoaa la tba optima
and la tbo contract of sa.a. if a a.o la
Tbl. pfo:arfy f r wblrh tbo ylty Is
w oaro4 I : ) wa boasbt only a
f.w .r oca for lUOO.
Mr llaol.r said today tbat tha nr.
rBtmal t-r tba saw mill bad
roa.-aad Bach) a taa tbat bo prarti.
rally co.jid pradirt t.io trwtloa of IBs
now ait: if tr,, rlty soil, tba proporty.
It Is a.aaetlal tbat tbo company taka
o.y tia citya proporty to or set tbo
iwo.sk riaol la rnaawi,
Tia batf.mtm.n-dotUr mill cow
plannad by Mr. Ilawi.y. bowassr. Is
only a part of tbo r.lt sipansioa ho
propoaas to tnaaa. "My plans sr. com.
(.lata ! f r a plant tbat l l employ
Jn.n.'' k. dadaro.J.
h.i.n hindrod aioro wnrktnc man la
Or.coa City will m.aa Zii mora por
" tT.-oa C;ty. Mr. Haw lay om.
ploys only Arn.ncana wkoro.ar poo.
sibio. aad bis low. at cu la IJ. Tho
o tao nru ami ,f t,
tary.d ptaat would add 1 1 J.I, to
monthly payroll of tfto towa-
Itiom-.s man to.iay w.ro latorootod
in Mr. Hawloy plana, and a pstitloa
a.klna- tbat tha city sail ta. proporty
B.-asary for tha r., tion of tho Br.t
was circuUt.d aad llbar.D.
II. .V. aU la l'aco Major.
r A .. '. Ioc. lSp-inl
At Iba city .taction ya.tarday tno fol
la.ini w.ro aisclad Mayor, lidward
A. tat.- c;.rk. C. A. Iolan: Tr.a.arar,
II K urariarui: City Attora.y. C. it
o Uri.n. Cottnriimon. tbrao.j.ar t.rm.
. . Cbuto. U t. Hojt. W. A. Harrl
ioi. .o4n-iLm.a. ono-y.ar tarm. Prank
L. M.a.l; Co inrilmaa-al-Urc. ona
year t.rm. It. K Fall.
1 Irrtlon ta llrld for Col,UW.
mLVlUX Wa.h. Dc. (JorcUt)
At tha city olo-tlor haro Tuoaday
tV. I. ,a ! slovtcd Mayor: I. J.
UmII. Traa.wrar: J. C. Hard. Clark.
I. T. Wiltoa. City Attora.y: lan I'roa.
rounrilmas-ai-tarc: H. t. Coonar.
Cnunrilman l lr.t Ward. !-. J. Artman.
Councilman P. cord W ard. J. J. Kncllso.
Councilman Third Ward.
M. Jotin t'.lrrtlon llaa Sarprlac.
ST. JOHN. Wa.h. We. Spclnl.
In a mwti las. animated election bero
haro today than bad boon anticipated
to elect two Counvtimen for a term of
two y.ara. a u"-prlo woe prunf In
tha I.-lory of Henry f. I olns and
W lltlam A. (lorn. a over John L In
man and Anthony shoemaker, tba prcs
oldrndal Vote la Lisl.
OU'IUNDALE. Wa.h. Vci Fpo.
clal ttily ana ticket was In tho f'.eld
at tba city election y.atarday and
litM Tola was polled. Itobart MCrow,
William Mc;uiro and W. t. llyara war.
la. tad Councilman and T. Bert Wilson
WalMa;al Itrclcct Mayor.
WASHOCOAU Wa.h-. Nc . Spa-
rlal. Ir. K. C Trlro ro-olctd
Monday by a large majority aa Mayor.
P.. IT ice s re-election waa tho popular
Indorsement of the policy of street Im
provement, which ho ha. stronsly aup.
ported Tbo Counrilrrao elected were
A. C. Ilu'hes and U. W. Arar.
CHIEFS CASE DELAYED -
SALEM. Or. Doe. . ffpaclaD To
eperala tba itale f oTernment and ftal
institutions Beat Jear will require
II.iiO.00. axcordlna to oatlmalra of tb.
.Slato Tai Comml.alon. which today
announced tha tentative amount which
each of tha I counties In tho stala wl.i
bo required to contribute. With tlio re
turn of ti Governor and Mate Treas
urer to tialem tomorrow, tha ft;urea
prepared by lKo commission will be
ratified and tha respective countlc
a tiilnc tha amount ncceViary for
t o comlnc J ear. tho commission aas
b.en abla to cut il. from tba to
tal levied for otata purpose ibis year.
Tie total slato lax la was IJ.11X.
ln a millaca basis, the averaea stats
levy for 11 oipense will ba J-IJ mula.
a compared with a 11 mills In 111..
Med or Oa a la Kff acted.
Tho commleslon has effccled a ro
djction la t.io amounts to ba con
tributed In tho case of every one of the
Jl counties aa compared with tho
amount required tor this year. The
stale a tolai tamable valuation for lli
which la used a a baei In figuring
Ihe state tax. Is HU.ii.OZZ.Zs.
tlt-u.va of the amount which muil
ba raised tor support of tho three stale
school and tha state road fund, tho
money necessary for general slala pur.
po.es neat year la l!,v:i.4M2.
l Bder statutory provision four-tenthi
of a mill must b levied In tha state
for tha Oregon Agricultural College.
three-tenths mill for tho Cnlveralty of
Oregon, ono-lwenly-f If ih of a mill for
Iba Monmouth Mate Normal Mcbool. and
one-fourth mill for tho slala road fund.
Maltaoasah'a sbara So 3741.
TIs amount which will ba raised by
tuesa levies follow: Oregon Agricul
tural College. I1T3. T ll: Cnlverslty of
Oregon. tiSO.Jtl-'l: Xlonmouth Btate
Normal hchool. t;.i;.o. and SLale
road fund. i:j3.cj.;o.
W hile Multnumah County contributed
St.l:.i::t a Ha share of tha tate
las tills year, for lll It will have to
contribute only IJJ7.ill.ej. IToportlon-
ata reduction hava been mad ta all
tba oliier counllea.
Tba following table shows tho
mounts contributed by tho different
counties for state purposes this year as
compared with tha leQlallv require
meets for lilt:
(Lititxi or rt:Dt.i7Tf max to
STEYENS0?. ELECTION SLOW
V. 1. II afford Wlna Mayoralty oa
'al. Tbo munk-tpal
Tuesday r.u:t'd la tho elortloa of WaJ
t.r U. Ilufford for Mayor. George '
i nrvtersan. Joan Wacbt.r and ti. L
r.sov tor (.ouacilman. and Mrs.
w!Sr for Treasurer.
wo, lira, is wero ia tbo field, tba
Cltitone- ticket carrylB tho Bam of
. r. lounr for ilarr. J. H Gray. av.
i. nn ana Jonn narht.r for Couo
ri. men: wono the lmtn..a Mea's
ii'-aei ca-ri.4 tao Bamee of W. H. Iluf
ford rr Mayor and Georg F. Christ. r.
'B. John W'acbtar and Alex McRle
'r .ounciimoa. aad Mrs.
wi.ber for Treasurer.
iao campai.n was a O'tl.t ona. and
a spirit or good fellowsMp prevail
among tha Jpport.rs of the tickcta
I.TirWORTII IWOnS RUT
Coart Action by Coaaril Over Water
fijafem Saactlonr-d by Vote,
UUTRiWORTll. Wash. !,.
p.cial Hy a vet of 144 to 14. the
citKon. or Leavenworth voted la favor
of Instituting a suit against f-'anao A
C'ni. contrartrs. who lnstaJI.4 tb
I.aav.sworta water system. tor the
past sis month tha Council baa beea
eoosid.rtr the lastttutloa of a suit
to recover tbo overcharge mad by
tie contractor, but ta Council best-
tst.d to etart suit unlesa saactloa w as
giv-aj the proceeding by the voter.
The munuripal eioctior was quiet, on y
I: voting. otricor elactad wero
Maror. V ft ry. Treasurer. L. W.
Wod!-ow; n.rk. A. R. Prown: Attpr
ay. L. J. N.l.on. Co'iBvltm.n. C. K
Kuaieman. W. U Haia. P. A. Onyder aad
J. W. Miltoe.
mm M asb.ro at (wwaxdl I aa el t
Art Trwabl la Aftermath af Rial
a lilea-tta Xlaht.
rENLU;TON. Or, Iec. . Special )
Ila-raus of Inability of tha pollc
committe of tho City Council to act.
Iba Investigation of tha electloa riot
requested by lo W. Mi Comae ba been
postponed. M'Coma. who wss bit aver
h bead by Chief or folic Manning
Monday Bight, during tba elect tun riot.
bad ask.d Mayor John I'y.r to make
In. t cation, whuh Iyer eel for
bis a't.rnoon with tb polic commit-
Mayor ty.r and .City Attorney
after sitting aa a special court.
Tha polic commit!. I composed of
Counci.mea fetbart. Montgomery and
ola. Montgomery refused to act be
causa of bis having been a candidate
for Mayor at tho .lection, and Cot
was protested b-us of relationship
Manning. McComa entered a pro-
teat airvl tb treatment b received
at tb band, of the oncers, and wished
lo know If they bad exceeded their au
thority la clubbing him. -
Mayor t.r state that the matter
will ba thoroughly Investigated, and If
Iba omcer were In tho wrong they
will ba dealt with. and. on the otbe
band. If Mr. McComa was wrong, he
will b proecuted. Judge J. A. Fee
la representing Mr. McComa, aad
Charles Carter. City Attorney. Is coa
ducting tho Investigation for tbo city.
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Rome, tba Dally Mall's correspondent
"Tha latt advices received from
Greer emphaslie the Importance of
Ih Greek preparationa In two direc
tions for military realatance. If It Is
necessary, to resist armed compulsion
by tha entente power, and for resist
ance to a blockade.
"The advice agrea that preparation
against a commercial blockade ara be
ing carried out with tha utmost rapid
ity and on a larg scale. German agent
glv confidential hint that tha chief
Greek routes are being thoroughly pro
tected by submarine. The seiaur of
Captain Arthur (tanley Wilson, mem
ber of Parliament for Torkshlra. and
Colonel II. 1. Napier, former British
military attaeha at Constantinople,
who were taken off Greek steamer by
Teutonic submarine, was probably In
tended as a dramatic coup to revrve
Greek confldrnca in tba German sub
marines. "According to tho pro-German press.
King Constantino and Premier fekou
loudl are merely temporizing, as Bul
garia did. In tb hop of keeping- the
enlcnt allies waiting until tha Ger
man preparations for driving tha en
tente allie Into tha ra make It safe
for Greece lo com out on tho German
"In tha meantime, every possible an
noyanca I being placed In tha way of
tha entente allie at ralonikl. Prora-
id transport facilities are being with
held and line of communication are
blocked by Greek I ran ports.
DINNER DELAYS SUICIDE
POI.ICB CAFTAIXIs BTRATEGT PITS
OFF THKF.ATKSKD TRAGEDY.
What to Buy Him for Christmas
Here's a list of timely suggestions for a man's and young man's Chritmas gifts. Men like
useful presents from a man's store. You'll find just the things he would buy for himself
in this list of useful articles.
tear taadarlar Arrange FaaeraL
Tbea lllda at Bay Ortlrers W b
Try t ave Him.
LOS ANGELES. Pec. . After making-
complete arrangements for hi
own funeral, even to ordering an In
scription for hi tombstone. K. N. SIo-
ley. a streetcsr conductor, threatening
to kill himself, held a squad of pollc
officers at bay today with a revolver
t his former home her for nearly
three hours. Moslev was taken Into
cuatody when Police Captain Murray
offered to take him for an automobile
ride and buy a good dinner.
Mosley had been despondent for lev
ers! week, friends told the police.
About three month ago. returnin
horn from work, he found hi wife, his
little daughter Grace and his mother
In-law. Mra. Martha B. Barlow, uncon
scious from poisoning.
It waa declared at tha time that Mrs.
Barlow bad Induced Mrs. Mosley to en
ter a sulclda compact-
Mrs. Barlow and tha little daughter
died, but Mra Mosley recovered.
Beautiful Neckwear in the
newest of designs and silk
fabrics. 50c, $1, $1.50 and
A full line of hosiery in the
best brands, the newest novel
ties and shades, silk or lisle,
25c, 50c and $1.00 pair.
Handkerchiefs in Christmas
boxes, three, four and six to
the box, at 75c per box. Plain,
all-linen, at 25c, 35c and 50c.
All the newest shapes in soft
or stiff hats, a full run of the
newest shades. Stetson, Trim
ble or "Multnomah" at $3, ?4
A choice of selection of Man
hattan and Arrow shirts in
beautiful madras and silks. A
man can't have too many
shirts. S1.50, ?2.00, $2.50 and
Fine silk mufflers, the newest
style, long; with fringe ends.
Priced moderate, $2 and $2.50.
Cuff links, full dress sets and
scarf pins, in individual boxe3
You can buy gloves here in
makes such as Dent's, Elite
and Wash-Rite, in tan, gray
and champaspie. Priced at
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
If in doubt as to size
buy a Merchandise Bond
Boxes Free With All Purchases.
Blake your gift a Hart Schaffner & Marx Suit or Overcoat unusual values at $25.00;
others lower and higher. You couldn't buy a more useful present.
Sam,l Rosenblatt & Co.
The Men's Shop for
Quality and Service.
Our Temporary Location
266 Morrison St., Bet. 3d and 4th.
s FARMERS' WEEK SET
wives, business men and others visited consideration of this vital farm prob
Lengthy Programme Arranged
at Agricultural College.
CLACKAMAS LEVY CHECKED
Committee of I S Taxpayers of Coun
ty Make IlecommcndaClons.
OREGON CITY. Or.. Dec t. (Spe-
clal.) Two mill of the Clackamas
County road levy should be set aside
for permanent road work, believe the
IS taxpayers who today completed their
task of checking: over tha county bud
get for 1IK.
Two mills would raise 160.000. or
enough. It I eMimated. to redreas five
mile of the present macadam roads of
Tho committee alo recommends that
1-mlll levy be made for bridge, and
mill for general road purposes.
Tb committee was composed of men
from all parts of the county and In
cluded In Ha membership of IS, seven
farmer. Harvey Cross waa chairman.
nd C. N. n site, of Canby. secretary.
CHARITY BALL ARRANGED
nmlllcs of Klk Will Handle Af
fair at Vancouver.
SESSIONS JANUARY 3 TO 8
In Addition to lacully of institu
tion. Practical Kxperts and
Federal Educators Will Take
Part Societies to Sleet.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL. COL
LEGE. Corvallis. Dec. 9. (fapeclal.)
The annual farmers and nome-maK-er"
week and Industrial conference
to be held at the Oregon Agricultural
College,' January S to 8. preceding by
two days the opening of the annual
short count, promises to eclipse in In
terest and attendance the session or
last year, w hen :20 farmer, house-1
In addition to lectures and demon-
stration to be given by the regular
college staff, R. D. Hetzel, director of
the extension department. Is making
provision for addresses by some of the
leading authorities in the United States
on questions of agriculture and rural
problems. Several members of the
United States Department of Agricul
ture have promised to attend, and
many others who have attained suc
cess as farmers, breeders of livestock,
pouitrymen. horticulturists, dairymen
and market specialists will take part.
The Oregon State Dairymen will con
vene January 4. The Oregon Guernsey
Breeders' Club, the Oregon Holstein
Breeders' Association, the Oregon Jer
sey Club and the Oregon. Holstein
Fresian Club will meet on the same
day. The Oregon Dairymen's Associa
tion will be in session three days be
ginning January 5. ,
A conference of Oregon butter and
cheese makers will be held under the
direction of Professor Simpson, Janu
ary 6 and 7.
A boys' and girls stock-Judging con
test will take place in the college
armory, under the supervision or i'ro-
fessor W. A. Barr and U J. Allen,
United States agent In animal husbandry.
A good roads conference is scheduled
for January 3 and 4. Professor Skel
ton, who has traveled throughout the
United States for the purpose of in
vestigating highway construction and
maintenance, in prepared to direct the I
Potato growing will be the subject
under discussion at a conference
scheduled for January 6.
A conference of growers and market
masters has been called for January 7.
The conference of county agriculturists
will be in session during the entire
A poultry show in which will be dis
played the United States Government
educational poultry exhibit from the
Panama-I'acif ic lixposition will be in
continual session throughout the week.
Pork products' day w ill be in charge
of . Professor K. L. Potter. Home
makers' conference will also be in
cession during the entire week.
A conference of ministers and relig
ious workers has been called for Janu
ary 4 and a.
Two days after the last conference
the annual Winter short course will be
gin extending from January 10 to Feb
Flas Presented to Klamath Court.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. Dec. 9.
(Special.)- A silk flag was presented
to the court by the Oregon Society of
the Sons of the American Revolution
Tuesday night. There were present
members of the Grand Army, Indian
War veterans, Spanish Wrar veterans.
Relief Corps and other loyal societies
and school children. Charles J. Fer
guson, a meraoer of the bar, spoke
Read The Ores-Oman's classified ads.
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11 a. a.
uMr at hart railway, are
f conatrvetle Spain.
act a fdr ta ta mai
iMt Ar riovKKR or
ILt IIRTOS ItctMB.
A'. YY. Jorsra I Calinrr Major.
rAHHWCKK. V4 s.h . Ir. t I r
dal Ta n jni' imI !. tioa Ta.adav
feaul'.) la ta eleclioa of W. W. Joaee
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SILVFRTOV. Or- Dec. . (Spa
rta!. Mat hlaa Cooley. a pioneer
of ilrtoa and at on time con
sidered ona of Ih best musician
In tb Sortawest. died at hi
bom la tbi rily yesterday.
Malhl.s Cooler waa bora In
riatta Cunly. Mo.. Auaust t.
aad settled In Orris In
Mti. rominc West with a family
by Ih Barn of W 1 1 so n with
whom b was tft at I'i as of
T years by tb death of has
In PmSer. H. Mr. Coo'ey
married Mis Wiiltmlna Smith
and ta thi union were bora nine
children. Cornelia. J. M. G Mr.
Lillian I'rdan. who died aevea
year aso: Matilda M of Port
land: - J, of Portland: Mrs.
!?rd Miller, of Kucene: Mr.
Jenota CuBBinsnam. allar R..
and Will., of HM.erton,
ADDRESS IS APPROVED
rnr.cii whiter sats wii.so
IIOTt:D RH.HTr.Ot S AXCER.
Abrpta af Aeaerlca Dealsaed by
Oersaaay aad War la Certain
Cass. Ara Views.
PARIS. Pee. t Under tha caption,
"Gulliver Wakes Up." Joseph Relnach.
the political writer. In an article In th
Fleam, comment at Icnc'h on Pre. I
dent Wilson' mess to Congress. He
declare that th mesaair was animated
by rlKhteou sneer, althouah not alto
gether free from metaphysics.
It la evident, say M. Relnach. that
th President waa moved to th deepest
indlcnatlon by the revelations In the
trial of th director and several em
ployes of th Hamburg - American
steamship line on a chare of con
spiring to defraud th Government.
"Th mora on reflects." says If.
Relnach. tn more on I convinced
that the economic and political ab
sorption of America la on of the great
secret design of th Germanic empire
and that consequently nothing I more
Inevitable than an eventual conflict be
twren Germany and th United tftata.
"Such a war la written In the great
book of destiny. Nona can efface the
writing. Human nature la not abso
lute. It I limited by nature and the
logic of thing. It I for America to
decide whether to let Germany chooa
the hour or choose It herself."
Moat of th other newspaper refer
to th me .see with approval.
BANK BROKEN FROM INSIDE
Controller Point to failure as
(anient for Surety Bond.
WASIIIXGTON. !. t. Controller
Williams Issued a statement today de-
erlng that the closed Plrst National
Hank of Cassation. X. D., "was broken
from th Inside"
"Th defalcations of It president
aad cashier," said th Controller'
statement, "exceeded Ha total capital
The case, h said, waa an argument
In favor of hi proposal to require Na
tional bank officer to glv surety
bonds. The bank had a capital of Ii0.-
. Th president and cashier ar un
GREECE IS PREPARING
l(i-llanre to Arnved force of .l-
lir Indicated. '
LONDON. Dec. t. Tele rsphlng from
VANCOUVER. Wash- Dec 9. (Spe-
clal.) A charity ball, th proceeds of
which will go to th needy of th city,
will b given Wednesday evening. De
cember li. at th Elk' Tempi, by th
famllle of Elk at Vancouver. There
will be dancing and card. Many prizes
will b offered.
Mra. Clement Scott ha charge of the
general arrangement. The commute
on card-Include Mrs. Harry A. liege
man. Mrs. It. G. Knapp and Mrs. Lou I
Wise: committee on dancing, Mr. P. J
Iickaff. Mr. Georg M. Thorns and
Mr. O. II. Smith; randy booth. Mra
Anna Rolton. Mr. William Tenney an
K. F. Gllbe
Mrs. C. A. McDonah
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Laundries Mar Ue Compelled
Two million bacteria or germs in one
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Th towel waa selected by sanitary
lnpctora from a pile of newly laun
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