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IT ALT'S RULER. HIS MINISTER OF WAR AND THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE ITALIAN ARMY
WATCHING ITS MOVEMENTS.
; GERMAN PROTEST
9 A M.
10 TURKEY FOUND
Gravity of Outrages Against
Only 2 Shopping: Days Till Xmas
Armenians Admitted in
BERLIN FULLY CONVINCED
M xfjmt rr and riander Xot Jn.tl-
fcJ by Aim or Isnpertat ov
rranerut lltte-nde-d to Cbrla-
tun of Atl lUtm.
' HOSTO1. r-. II Th German gov
tfnmai ea Auiwl filed at Consten
I nogn a protest titisx ta Tirkul
- fttnDl ct Armeaiana. aecord.ng to
I f, Jme L. ILrtoa. ctnlrnus ef the
.t on.il tommittM for Armenian and
f-rbiaa relief. l to-lay sua.1 public
tae teat ef th pretest.
la a statement Dr. furtoa said that
Count fcra.et lot Kevontlow. a .r
rna ! saport. according la a story
pubU.oned trj ts Te Zaitunc. strong
i 4-f-nJe.l Turkey inas.era of ta
mii. aa it. basis f military
Mn aad railtfrva) Dial.
TVn wendar whether von Itaveat
lir know, tail throujrhoat to l"t'S
an I kr.ad.b of la Turhtah Lmpira.
!r taw men Iwha only wer capable
or ravolutwo. but who. according- to
eery knoan evidence, did set revolt!
Lad nearly ail ba dispo4 of. th
a-taca.r f-.l (Mi the widow and
orcoae. wba .r drivaa from thalr
bome fcy haeired of thound. at
tia pniat at th bayonet.' cotuiuaated
"t It poaatbta that tc Reventlow
liot that fully one-half of tn
r-figs miserably perished from vlo-
l.nr. tigoitirt and starvation?
"H fnu.t b larnoraat of to sicken
ing report mad by mav t-l-
Am.rkao. Italian. Btltua. r
m-civi.:ian aad official who tell of
seem theaa helpless. InofCaraaive
-worn -a and girt, trained bcaas they
clamored for food, or forced lata Islam.
ku aarchaaca tby wara comely
of wom.o throwing t&olr bbl Into
river or or precipice to aaa thsrn
from taa Impending horror of coaftaued
Ha cannot have known tbat en Aa-
gust of tats year, la Constantinople,
tie Oarmaa Ambulator, la toe nam
af bis Unrrt master. flla-J a protect
gaia.t the o ror wtta tba Turkl.b
(K.rem.sl. couched la tb following
"Tha Carmanr KmUur regret to
ta realise tbat. according to la
firmaeioa recaied from Impartial and
Tltbla anarToa.' acta of loianca lurb
------- .ad alaalara. whtra could
rot ea jatifi4 br tbo aim tAat tb
-n?rtat ovaraoioat l parooiatt. la
ata4 of ealrta' ftarkd by tba lo-al
aataorttl. racalarlr follewat tba as
pa'.ilaa of Armaiaaa. ao tbat meat of
tm p-rihod bofora roacblag tboir
Att C brtattaaa bara rata.
mH la chiafly from tba provlarao ef
Trobuood. Dtarbabir and Krtoroum that
toooa tarts ara rportd. In om ptsra.
a la Mardta. all Cbrtxiaaa wicbool
al.itiactio at ra-a bad tba aama fata.
"At tba unt tima. tba Impart I tor.
oram-ot baa tbougbt It risbl ta itn-i
taa ae..ure af apatrttoa ta tbo
aeaar pravtaraa ef Ai Minor and r--cat:y
t.la Arntaaiaa vll'aoa of tba
tfiatrict af limit, soar tba capital. ba
ta aa-.uad aador tinier coadl-
T""dr och e!rmmtara. tba O-r-fiaa
EmbaMT. by erdar ef Ita cavora.
tnat. la eblic'd to raraaevtrata oac
taora ajaiaat taaaa a-ta of barret-"
CABINET STRUGGLE SEEN
! Sharply Irawa IVrtca)
KltclM-acY aaJ IJo;d Ceors
-rrN. rv. Tba ph in tba
Ifo'iaa ef Cammon aa Mondar by tald
iSoti Uri. X;alatr ef blual
tiona. ta cbaractrut by Trot a aa in
word la a kaaa atruCft af tba
t rata l aiaatba bataraaa .bim and
lard Kiuhoaar." Tba nowapapor con
-It ebvtassry proaob.a or aiacloaee
a Bsialatarial aituatlora It la aot ay
t a bow. artar tbl pa-a. Uoyd
Mori, aad Kltrbeear caa raraala la
taa MR. Cabiaat
TYata helde tbat Uard GaTM' raf
araoca to tb ahortaae of machine ni
larta uaa aad oiploelvea are Implied
T-f acttoaa ea S-cratry Kltchan-r. but
dd that tbla Aoaa aot eaoaerala tba
a a - a.
ri - l t7, vvAv
i c:i z f v
lat'Vaa.- W' " ! ' a.aa.'-evt' . -a, CaV ". .T - . - -a Jai J-aZA-haV
km. -a. - ' - V I
KMO VICTOR EMMASIEU
A ttrlblnc phetograpb tafcaa ea tba hr!bt of Ccdora whlla tba King- of Italy, accompanied by hla Minister of
War and the Commandar-la-Cbl.f of the Italian arrniaa, waa watching the luotremenU of the fighting rorceii.
rrora laft to rta-ht ara ahown ITInra Loula N.polaon. Kin Victor Emmanuel, with hia eyea fixed to the Kreat
f.alj glaaaaa: Uaaeral Zappalll. tba Italian UrnUl.r of War. and General Cadorna. tha Commander-in-Chief of the
GIRL'S AUNT IS HELD
American Woman Kidnaps
Little Niece in London.
ATTACHMENT IS RELATED
300 WOMEN ARE KILLED
Onrua rowdrr Factory Am
gaaaltloal Drrjots Dlown Vjv.
I-ONDOV. tae. 51 A-rd!ng to ad
Wa to te Amjt.rdam Talacraaf. for-
waraa- ry rt-a&at a . v . - - -w w. -
fowj-r factory and .rl ammnnl
tiao d-pots at iluaaatar. Weetpbaii.
b aaa baaa blow a ap. Croat damag
vu done to the town, taa aew?epr
L-atar adaleea from Aanatardam ear
tbat o"ora:o to account reralaad
bare of the womaa emplnyed
t- tba Wuaatar powder ml. I ware
MINER IS STILL ENTOMBED
1 ate la nkaeaa Aftrr Two Paja'
jnT.dKrV. ter. it. Tbe fate
ef J).r Hanocb. a mlnar wfco wa
t -a J pad Monday behind a ft! of ban
,r.4a ef lona af coal at t-e Klcbarda
anlliory et tna Saan-Jafwanaa Coal Com
yafir waa t:! ankaowa at a ta(e hour
.ni(bt aeaptte the efforta of J
f-rlaa-al a-tan who tarto4 tba work
ef ra-ae shortly after tbe accldant.
Kaacua partiaa hope to raex-h Meaock
ftaaatlful r.ne'l.l. and rr.8h briar
pipva. plaia and fanr carirad maer-a-naam.
(.atiia. Afruaa caiabaabae.
Wa ara IS laadieg P'P boo.a. A pipe
mk-a a rr acafable .Vi gtft
ig icbl Co.. H ii at Adr.
Aa-trlaa Hananarinw Captarrd-
PAR:. D-. A-ordng to a
atiapa-.a ta tb M at.ta frotaj Ma'ta,
forwarda4 by tMa Ita.ae corraaponaat
at Rama, aa Atr aifiaa ba
bean captured by two torpad boata.
(raautra-y Ita; laa.
Cow a I ZrprcUl ILarctral to OffkW.
ISSTQX. tetf. A Central awe
d'p!i.-ft froru Ama'ardaw eae tbat
C.iM Zappaliav builder ef diflgtstea,
ha aeara a a- -d a awnt e( the firat
theater f bVaerttanabergi,
C1ild fothrr Trtl flea Hrr Slater
Admitted Art bat lUraacd
Amende gad Drltleh Jadga
risra Hrary Hall.
LOXUO.V. IX. SI Maria Coodrkk
Xieetay. aa American, waa remanded
r a weak at tha vreat Loads Police
Court today charged with removing
her aiaca. llelea. aged It. from the
poaaesatoa of aad agalnat tba will af
ba Utter mother, llelea iloeeley
Ulii Jdoeelfy. coaaael for the proae-
tloa declared, recently causa ta Londoa
end. while staying at her sister's bouse.
became attached ta her a I ace. IoIlow.
lac a disagreement four dare later the
tff-ndaat left Mr a. Drewry'a aad balf
aa hour afterward llel i disappeared,
since when bar mother baa been unable
to find bar.
Mr a Irewry bnret Into teara while
testifying, ba eald when the asked
bar slater wbaro the child was Ml
Moeeiey repll-d tbat sba would not tali,
adding that It -might Incrtmioate" her.
ar slater told her llelea was per
fectiy safe. she test if led.
Counsel for Mis Mo ley said tba
d'fandast throughout bad asserted that
ane did not kaow the whoreabouta of
lb gtrl aad asked that she ba released
ea her own recognisance. To this tha
-.no. I can t do that. It la a ear loos
cherge. and I " ubataallal balL"
Hail we st at iZ19.
l AMIUIFJt 1I1GIILT COXNKCTKD
Virginia IlrUtl-e Vnable to Account
for New Dctclopmcnia.
BICICMOrn. V Pec. SJ Mlsa Maria
Moeeiey and Mr. Kefen Moeeiey Drew,
ry are tiighlr connected In Virginia.
lh Moseley and. tha Valentine, their
maternal ancestors, having been of
long-established families here.
The- have x.ot lived In Virginia sine
the raps re lion of Mrs. Drcwry from
her husband. C!ay Drewry. recently ad
judged menially Incompetent after bl
arrest on a charge of padding the pay
roll of the street-cleaning department.
In which he was a clerk, rtelatlve
her ara unabla to account for thle jjew
development In the fan-lly affair.
PEACE PILGRIMS ARE ILL
( rn lwed Trnm IHrat Pace
tha ord party k been displayed by
the h'otelkeeper. taglcah driver nd
washerwomen. No prominent Nor
wegian ha bad anything to do with
the party. .
There wae a etudent tea toosy. with
t young Norwegian present. A l
. i... .1,1,1 which waa
sponsored by tha t-monlbs-old Minis
ter' Peace Society, there waa keen dle-
... b. -. . . - f f VarA waa not
IPPOIBIW-Ut " - - -
visible. Mr. i-oenner. in. ou .("
. .. r tha nile-rlm for
Etockboim naa o-n p- "
nltely. out mar laa. piavw ' ..-,- .
M ore vain av-.a
-I shall not leave Christian! until I
am able to loon in me o
Danlah Baa Dlaregarded.
. . 1.1 ru.marll AH meet-
nc and epeechee la Copenhagen will
pot prevent inciuu.Dff ii
11 in ane .
-We ehall g. anyhow, to gather dele
gates, seio) Jr.
, .... .h Vnrariln dele-
get' hav not been obtained, and the
Aftenpostcn says: oo n-n n..
. .11 m1K V tr A
S II r .r -t.i.ii a " -
vlousiy naa rtcnrrq me
bora of tha l ord party, was Informally
t bom at th American Legation to
day to other Individuals of th party,
but atress was laid on the fact that It
wag not an official reception.
Lodge Officer Serve Long.
ALBANT. Or, Deo. 23. (Special.)
rr tha Iih consecutive time Ldward
Washburn waa r-leeted eecretary of
St. John Lodge. o. 17. A. F. and A. M..
of thl city last venVng. E. P. Culck.
president of th bank of J. W. Culck
A Ce and t-tate Senator from Linn and
Lane counties, waa re-eletced treasurer
of the lodge last night tor toe iin
Tbo Weather a Tear Age Tedar.
rir Temperature. b!ri SO 2. low I1 1 decs.
ram-mbar l.aatie feroroo yumloe cur.a e
cold la ana ear. Tlere Is only one Uromo
Oulnlqa- Leas for slsnslare f w. Orova JQ.
PARLEY IS REFUSED
American Reply to Austria
Deems Admissions Enough.
LAW OF NATIONS VIOLATED
TEXT OF AMERICAN RETLT TO AUSTRL-. REITERATING
DEMANDS IN CONNECTION WITH SINKING OF ANCONA.
WAIIIVOTON'. He. IS. Following I th text of th rsply of th
Valted blate to Austria-Hungary on the (Inking of th Ancona:
-Tb tsovemmeot of tbe Lotted Slate ha( received ta. nota of
your eaeell.ney relative to th einhing of the Ancona. which wa de
liv.r at Vl.nna on Lwe.mbar li. :. and transmitted to V,ahlng-
and baa given th note immeuia.e u. n. i
On November li. ll. Baron Zweldlnek. the Charge d Affaires of
tha imperial and royal government at Washington, transmitted to th
IeparlB.al of ltnte a report or ana
Auetro - Hungarian Admiralty
with regard to the sinking of tbo steamship Ancona. In which It wae
adrnltt.4 that tha vassal was torpedoed after her engines bad-been
(topted and whan passengers were still on board.
-This admission alone is. I th view of the Government of the
Vntid mates, sufflct'at to fi upon th commander of the submarine
which fired the torpedo Iho r.epoostbility for having willfully violat
ed tb recognised law of nation. nd entlre.y disregarded those hu
man, prtncipla whlen every beilKerent should observe la th con
duct ef war at sea, .
-la view of these admitted elreumstancea. tha Government of tb
Cnlted rJtto fe.i Juet'fled In holdiraj tbat th details of the elnklng
o tbe Ancona. tha weight an character of the additional testimony
corroborating the Admiralty s report and the number of Americana
killed or Injured are la ao way eeseatlal mailers of discussion Tb
culpability cf the commander I la any ease established, and tha un
dlsput.d fact I tbat cltuen of tb fnlted tflalc wer killed. Injured
or pit la Jeopardy by bis lawl.ae act.
CTb ralee of laternatlooal law ani th principle of humanity
which were thu wl.lf ally violated br the commander Of the ubma
rme have bean so aad so ualversally recoanued and are so man-l-eet
from the standpoint of right nd Justice that th Government of
the United ltiee doee aot feel called oa to debate them and doe not
under. land that tb Imperial aad royal government question or dl-
'"'"rte'Iiovemment of tb Ctlle) SUtee therefofe find no other
coarse os a ta It but to bold the imperial and royal government r
stibi for the act of It naval commander and to renew the defi
nite but reepectful demand mode In Me communication et th sixth
af pacemb-r. ltl. It sincerely bopee that the foregoing statement
af Its position will enable th Imperial and royal government ta per
caiv the Justlc of thoeo demande and to comply with them In the
eaeaa ePtrlt of frenhaeee aad with the same concern for the good
relatione now ealating between the Cnlted Klatee and Austro-llun-garr
watch prompted tba Uovernmcal of tbe fnlted blate to mak
Detail Referred To In Answer of
Vienna Declared Not Esferitlal
to Dlscuslon Original
WASHINGTOV. Dec 5:. Th reply
of th United State to Austria's not
on th Ancona case wa given out
her todsy. having been received in
Vienna. It declined to parley further.
declaring that the admission of the
Auslro-liungartan admiralty that the
'Ancona wa torpedoed after her
engine had been stopped and when
pasaengers wer still on board, wss
sufficient to fix responsibility,
eecretary Lansing In hi reply held
that th detail to which Austria re
ferred wer not essential to the dis
cusslon. .The reply declared that It had
been established that the commander
of tha submarine which sank tbe
Ancona wilfully violated International
law and the "humane principles which
every belligerent should observe In th
conduct of war at sea"; it said his
-culpability" had been established In
Th principle Involved. Mr. Lansing
said, had been so long recognised that
the United fclstes would declln to de
bet them. Tb demand made In the
first not ar renewed.
CANADA IS FIRM IN WAR
DETER MIX ATIOX 19 TO FIGHT TOR
Quarter of Million Men Authorised aad
Total Sabecrlptlene Itearly
NEW TORK. Dec 21. Canada and
th other British dominion ara as
firmly resolved as Is th mother coun
try that tha European war shall not be
terminated by any Inconclusive peace.
declared Sir Robert Laird Borden, tb
Prim Minister of th Canadian gov
ernment. In an address tonight at the
llOih annual dinner of tha .New Eng.
gland Society In New York.
It was th first public adorers de
livered by eir Robert In th United
flat sine th beginning of th war.
and It follows close upon hi visit
to England and Franc for official
conference aa to Canadian participa
tion In the conflict. After reviewing
hi own intimate associations with
New England life and Ideals, ha out
lined the relations of Canada to th
European war. He said:
"Nearly 115.000 Canadian soldiers
have gone overseas. Our authorized
fore Is now 150.000, and mora than
200.000 ar already under arms.
-For tha bountiful generosity or our
people I need but mention (6.000,000
for tb patriotic fund. II. 000. 000 for
th British Red Cross Society. I3.t00.000
for th starving and destitute In Bel
gium: at least 11.000.000 in otner pa
triotic contribution from province
and Individuals, 12.000.000 in other prod
ucts and other auppllea usetui tor
war purposes placed by tha dominion
and th province at th disposal of
tha British government. Men P great
financial experience believed that sub-
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all dniciiists.
Important and Em
phatic Price Reduc
tions Worthy of Your
. Best Attention.
$1.00 Teddy Bears in 14 and 15-inch size, at 75 f
$1.00 Kid Body Dolls in 16-inch size, at 751
$1.75 Kid Body Dolls in 20-inch size, at SI. 25
$1.98 Kid Body Dolls in 33-inch size, at $1.50
$3.00 Jointed Dolls in 24-inch size, at $2.25
$2.00 Jointed Dolls in large size, at $1.49
$1.50 Esquimaux Dolls, especially priced st....98(f
50c Little Billie Hand-Car, priced at 39
For the Children
15c Stuffed Animals of all kinds, priced at....
50c Mrs. Meade's Books for Girls, priced at...
15c Boys' Scout Book, especially priced at...
50c Boys' Books of Adventure, priced at
50c Large Cloth-bound Books, priced at
Large 11-inch Baby Dolls, priced at
Large Colored Muslin Books, priced at
Large Story Books, especially priced at
Also Many Specially Underpriced Offerings in Doll Buggies, Go-Carts, etc, etc
Silk Hose for Christmas!
Style, quality and low prices are united in this great showing and sale of Women's Silk Hosiery, and
nothing makes a more practical gift than one or more pairs, especially when packed in a fancy holiday
kw TTaM a eanlak CAlAst!i-tn TT-rTTl A ? d A M A ITU 111 it ICS
tV.- vlvO "luw wsvw.wa. a 1 . . Saw A -,
Silk Boot Hose at rair
A fine Silk Boot Hose, shown in this popular new com
bination, in two-tone effects. Also in plain colors and
black. All sizes.
New Stripe Hose, 79? Pair
An underpriced offering of the new vertical stripe
Silk Boot Hose. They come with reinforced heel and
toe and in a full variety of colors.
Cinderella Silk Hose, $1.00
Absolutely the best Silk Hose made to sell at this
price. They are made with high spliced, reinforced
heel and toe and are shown in all colors and black.
Novelty Silk Hose, $1.19
A full-fashioned pure Silk Stocking, made with double
heel and toe and shown in the latest stripe fancies in
all colors. -
Women's Xmas Gloves
R.."": In .li .U,l .trie, .nd color,. Gl .Iw.J. Mk. net atafutny Sit. Th.y ar.
shown in lancy noiiaay poxes.
ancy Holiday Doxes.
GLOVE BONDS ISSUED FOR ANY AMOUNT
scrlption by th publio at largo to
tha recent war loan of $50,000,000 would
probably rech $10,000,000 and could
not exceeded $10,000,000. The public
added $70,000,000 to the $15,000,000. and
the total subscriptions ran close to
Orrsham to Witness IMays.
GRESHAM. Or., Dec 12. (Special.)
A dramatic club of 12 member! has
been organised here and will put on
several plays during the Winter
months. Taul Elford was elected pres
ident. Ross Brown secretary and Laura
Shipley treasurer. Claude Smith will
be director. Their first production will
ba a drama entitled "Shipwrecked," and
It will be produced In Smith's Theater
Wednesday;. January 5. Other dramas
. . . J . til ka "Th T.ittlft
Brown Jug" and "Queen's Evidence.
Vincent Selects Debating Team.
VINCENT. Or.. Dec. 23. (Special.)
The Vincent High School selected its
debating team at a tryout this week.
Twelve contestants wrangled for the
three places on the team and the
fortunate ones were: Marquette Schu
bert. Genevieve Sevy. Nellie Marlott.
and Cynthia Stone wa chosen alter
nate. The above team Is preparing to
meet Ferndale February 8 and Milton
February 18. The winning team after
these contests will compete with the
winning team of West Umatilla County
in Marrh for county honors.
After the pre-Christmas rush what would be
rarer or richer in restful enjoyment than the
day and the dinner overlooking the stormy
billows or inhaling: the tang: of salt breezes
on beach, golf links or in sequestered wood
land paths? The hotels are preparing social
$3 Round Trip
T SEASIDE or GEARHART
Return Limit Monday, Jan. 3
Tickets Sold Friday, Dec. 24
Evening Express. 6:15. Runs Through
NORTH BANK TICKET OFFICE
Brdwy. 920, A 6671 Fifth and Stark
BIG REDUCTION ON
Use Mazda Lamps and
Save Two-Thirds of
Your Light Bill.
25 and 40-Watt, com
bine price 27c; ourOCn
price is )
60-Watt, combine 0Cf
price 36c: our price JJu
100 -Watt, combine. Cflp
price 65c: our price Out
Great Redaction on
CHRISTMAS TREE FESTOONS
Eight-light, combine price $3.00; CO Cf)
our price is
Sixteen - light, combine price CC flfl
$U.00. our price is J JiUU
THE BIO STORK WITH WHITE FRONT
ON SIXTH, NEAR II E.
Phone Toar Orders. We Deliver.
Manning Electric Co.
Phone Broadway 2311. 63-6.T,4 Sixth St.
Store Open Evenlnga Till Chrlatmas.
;-a,i i lilt" i nrKrmris rrestfiiL m fc-a
,-i-V i I V Ul vuaivamwv ley il
Double trading stamps given with all purchases
from now until Christmas.. Hanan Shoe Orders
make very acceptable gifts.
Sole Agents for Celebrated.
SAYS HOT WATER
FROM THE LIVER
Everyone should drink hot water
with phosphate In It,
To feel a fine as the proverbial fid
dle, we must keep the liver washed
clean, almost ever;- morning, to prevent
its sponge-like pores from clogging
with indigestible material, sour bile and
poisonous toxins, says a noted physi
cian. If you get headaches, it's your liver.
If you catch cold easily, it's your liver.
I you wake up with a bad taste, furred
tongue, nasty breath or stomach be
comes rancid, it's your liver. Sallow
skin, muddy complexion, watery eyes
all denote liver uncleanliness. Your
liver is the most important, also the
most abuse t and neglected organ cf
the body. Few know its function or
how to release the dammed-up body
waste, bile and toxins. Most folks
resort to violent calomel, which is a
dangerous, salivating chemical which
can only be used occasionally because
it accumulates in the tissues, also at
tacks the bones.
Every man or woman, sick or well,
should drink each morning before
breakfast, a glass of hot water with
a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate
in it, to wash from the liver and
. ... .I., nr.vinii, v' indigestible
material, the poisons, sour bile and
toxins: thus cleansing. smoS
freshening the entire alimentary canal
before putting more food into the stom
ach. ... .!,
Limestone phospnate aoes nut .
the diet like calomel, because it can
. if . harmless and you
not B.lia"H , .
can eat anything afterwards. It is
inexpensive and almost tasteless, and
' H . ...in cn vou a auarter
any pnaruiavi,. " ... -
pound, which is sufficient for a dem
onstration ot now noi .t .
stone phospbato cleans, stimulates and
. .i.. ii,- Uenninar you feeling
ircsneiia i ....... - -
fit day in and day out. Adv.