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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1915)
TTTE - SfORNIXO OKECOMA. .THURSDAY, PECKMBEK 23. 1915.
GREECE ONCE NEAR
TO WAR ON ALLIES
Premier Tells British Corre
spondent Limit of Friend
ship Is Reached.
GREAT BLUNDERS CHARGED
Little l!ow Hail Plan for lorvlnj
t Na rd a nc I Ic-a, bat Ilntrnte lla
snllUtrd aad Coerced Tbein.
t5. "'. rr. :i Th rally Chron-
Athens correspondent, noiltr det
'f e-tiasUy. aeada as Interview with th
ire. 'rtmir. it. iiaoutoudis. involv
In ta strongest criticism of lb
i::orriacy ef the s-iaJrupl. otant
roar-re a th b!k.iia. Tbt lire, a
1'remier toupUiaxI btttertv that bis
'"mr.tr bad ba maligned and bl
fe'.e." M. faouloadt.. la noted aa
basing aaid. -the fault la not vara.
triad ts pi? tu am, u pit
t.at:. y. and If w. fa;l.d It l lb
at. at. But w. who art npitl.'
lcIrlBg. with imiliot. tllal he k4
araaeclr triad ta rl bloodshed n
Xa.-e.ioat. M. Skoaloidl i.ai:
"The e.lle lata f.oqt.d aad an-a-rel
tirm-a. laatead of placating her.
In.eed of diio eiarv wifri u.. they
lected wita Hi. caria. while tr.at
In u. disdainfully. If th aliiea had
rum. frertk:y to lir.ece tad asked bar
il and toi h. r that she could count
a clearly defined rmpa at the
end ef tna trusle, I affirm that
t.r-aea would nut tax heaitated (or
4. re., otrW pa aaded.
'Tasteat. l:nUnd aa4 frarwa be
lis by demanding crlfice from
. r . e. We vara asked ta o-op.rte
la. I rdaelle aaa at Iba a -a ma
l;fa to relin'iuua Kavel aad eree
l. our bitterest foe. to pita up, la
f-'T. cur ri'h. trailana, aolch bad
aoa by Or. 4 blood.
"Ma air. fraa to shed avtr clod ta
a att-mtt to fore lfio tAerdaaelle.
but w a w.r warned that on bo a--raual
mutt we drss of marching to
1'on.iUnIin.ipt. r th anal of aa aUI4
uacraaa. la fat. It wa tpr.sly for
bid lea lr in. aa.nl ef our I'lcca for
t"ia iir..ki to ahoar ta.tr national flag
witale i mill of tb aa taal lijiao
rtemarking tVet tha limka bed not'
forcittart Olaaic.aa aa4 Gral Uriiata a
aia laora tn trio put ca behalf of
t.raai-a. I'ratr.tar raouIou4ia coratiau'4
"ton ha buttiaij m an4 wo turn.d
taa oia.r cba.lt unvornplalDlnaTljr.
A 14 Haanllf Ottm.
a boo.aciy touckl to al4 yoo. aa4
ref(rra4 ou ai4 aiKh jrou r).ta4."
Matin that tha Uraaki alaff bad of
f.r4 a plan by arfcivh tbo LardaD.tla.
anicbt g. f r. .4. b it that tho ailiaa
raf?.4 tha Riliiit. Ir.mi.r MKoalou4ia
ronca44 that la aUoartna: tha arttaata
alii.a to coma to htlontal Dmca bad
Bono to tha utraoat limlu ef frland.htpv
but ba4 baan tr.atl with aura humili
ation that aha ba4 baaa almoal soadad
ln'' fcoaliltttaa aalt tha antaala.
Than ramln t tha aslatmc altaa
tort. with tha poaltiititr ef Auatro
Orrnaa and parbapa liutcartaa Intva-
tn. Iba Pramiar roacludad:
"o. aa I aaa It. Graara la to b rT
B4 tr m cru.t. ralaatlaaa war ba
iua tha tal.ala atliaa bara badlir
blndar.4 In a 4lplomatke aa wall aa a
Bi Hilary na.
Buy your gifts for men at a man's
store avoid the annoyance and
inconvenience of the department stores.
Open evenings until Christmas.
Morrison at Fourth
REHEARSAL IS HELD
First Singing of "Romeo and
Juliet Promises Much.
CHORUS SINGS SPLENDIDLY
MaUantc Jotnrlll. la Hole of Jallrt.
Altta Kklat and 1orlIrr
Work. of Iloba-rto t orracrlnl,
IMrrrlnr. la WontlrrfaU
SCHOOL TEACHERS ARE ILL
t latrsriura I'nable In Allrnd
ttaaaa-a Dae to Ijb Grippe.
La a: rip pa. tha popular VTIntar affac
tiori that baa thia )r raault.4 la mora
ir J-iiola. scMnc baada BB4 "watpjr
aa Ibaa aur bfor. baa raldad tha
list) of tbo lortlaa4 avbool t.ath.ra
i'i aa Urm!l( aatUity.
Wnr abaarttaaa from tbo Torttaad
ai'b'Miia baaa baaa Botd d irln tha
paat taw 4ana. and moat of tha a b
aaa caa bo trac4 to tbo praaalaoca
f la arrippo.
Tuaadajr Itiara war report ad Z ab
ataaa. and aupply taachara waro aot
la to ratiaao tha crirpo-atrlrkaa r.u
lar. From tbo Waodcnaro School thraa
of tha rauLar taacbara air. lacapac
icaead. Anait tbo chlldr.a (rlppo ta alaa)
9 UWYERS WIN HEN SUIT
Coart Order Pajroral to n'onaa or
Unirm of Chk-kea.
Tlthar pxr Mr. Habarsnaa It for
Bar doa.a chk'k.ot or ratura tha fowl.
tht I tho JafarmaBt of thi court."
ru.4 ttrta-t Ju.lia ft.lt jaatardar la
tn. caao that bad baaa fouabt out for
two day. tr Blao lawyara for Mr.
Ilisirmat aad two for Jof.a Hart, tba
foiUnl la tha caa a.
Xr Ha.barniAS bit f:ta out with
bar uranl and loft bum.. 'ln to
lia ICarta to hoard. h. took a cluck
In h.a and tt ac aalaad at II aacs.
T i ban batcftad f am.
Mr. Hrt aaid bo laal.d or) tKo baa
and chi:ka tor I: bird bill duo bin
by Mr. Ilab.rmaa.
rroframr Ceorse I' j re IHea.
rATTON. Tl ah . t,e. ;t.Opo
cial rrof.aaor -.orco tjr. died
y.nc.f4.v. fwiiowlrvc a y.ar of poor
baaith. Ha wa bora, at Bu.ha.lt. l.i..
aaarly 31 yeara a(. and raraa to tbta
rountry wh.n but a lad lia r.luatad
f r -n tna laTtoa Ik-bool. attaadad
Wkitman Co..(. and took bla dra.
at tha Inn.raity af Or.coo. Tba fa
aaral waa ha.4 today and latarm.al
BMia la tna Wjloo cam.tary.
Clab to Hair (lirlatruaa Tree.
Tho rort:od iTaaa Ct'" h arrant nc
fr aa atiruinmtnl. Wadaawtar. la
iiatir it. tor taa wia.a aad chlldr.a
af taa maresaca. Taro will ba a
I Srlattrta tr.o aad apavlal antartaio
m.nt by amataur Bad profaaaioaola.
Tba ciiiran:ma will b(ia at I J aad
contlna. nnt.l I octoxb.
Alarm Caut-k. Too Nolay.
Mm Kiacnlt. who ttv.a la tha
flai'.o Court aprtri.nta. aot a latt.r
t tba poltco laat Bicht coro;lalolr
that aa waa awabanad at t A. M.
aarr morninf by aa aapeiiaUy loud
ton'jd alarm clock. Mra. Kuacalta
tha polica nay. offrrad to otop ta. al
Uad aulaaa- a baraa'.f If tha polica
would di-oT.r tba owaar of tba clock.
f'Mrvrae With Oplam Armted.
La. Tone, a Cbtnaaa. waa arrtad
early tbia luornlni at Ko-irtb and Iaala
troata by I altad b'.ataa CM.f la
apactor of Cuatoma Mciirata on a
rharii ef blnj opium ta bia poaa.a-aioa.
HT joetril HACQfKEV.
t. . . . ..tnt in Muik. aorlrty and
club circlaa that la blo dlacuaaad
Juat bow la tha praaantatioa of lb
rand opara "Itomao and JullM." with
Madamo Jaanna Jom.lll aa Jallal. for
lb. baoaftt of tba Baby Horn.
Who ara tha prlnripalaT
Wb.a U tha .cant olnj- to ba?
rt a y. M . Who U (oiog to b
Tb.aa ara aom. of tha aaaatlon both
vrlnc fortland aincara at tha rcant
Laat BlKht tha flrat rhom rahaaraal.
with i-t.r.1 of tha orinrloala In at-
landanra. took place at Ktlrr Hall, and
Itia alfalr waa auccaaful In avcry way.
Three rerferwaaaeee He .!.
Tha.. derision war mad Imtally.ly
by tha manaarownt. with tha und.r-
tandlBC that tha eaat mlht be
charted lalr. atiould clrcunxlancc
Three oarforrr.anca of th oprra will
lak pla-. at the Hall!: Th.at.r. on
the antnaia of January IS and I. Il.
aad tba illrrnooa of January IS. 1I.
Tha probabi. caat:
Jultat. Madam Jaanna Jom.lll: Sta.
Mi. a llarrl.t larh: Urrtrude.
Mr. I'aaltne Millar-Chapman: llomro.
Norman - Moo a. and Ollvrr U.
Ilush.a: Tybalt. Harr.y K. Hudaon:
llan.Tollo. not cnoaen: M.rcullo. War
ran .V Krwm: rarl. not chosen: Cr
orlo. W. Lloyd Mor: Capulct. Otto
T. Wlmr: rnar Laur.nc,.. Hart
r.l Wbtpp: Th ln. U H. Han.n.
Tba praaent plan are that Mr. Hoos
and Mr. Huchc will a In it th part of
Honn' al allrnat performancea.
Tha principal for tba part of
"Haollo" and "I'arta" ara not yl -lertad.
It waa In.pirln to watch that re
baaraaL Tha choru I Ura. wlthi a
prano. eontrali. tnor and ba wll
rrprasrotad. Th volume of th choru
ia urprtatn'.y Una. and tha trocel
quality apl.odid. Tho chorua atntn
wi: aurprise I'ortland wb.n tha public
parformanra take plac. and I x
call.nt that It casta Into tho had th
ainainc of alt olhar I'ortland opera
choru. r b.ard In thl city. All
th Btncar we with rtnalnc quality
and planty of It- Many of them aan
from mmory. without the muslo
acor.a. abowlna- that thy ha' to a
tare d.crae. mvmuxlied both word
Dtreetee ark as lib -aae.
Unh.no CorrucclnL the choru and
orchaatral director, waa bard worklna.
macn.tle and mualclanly at th entire
r.h-arsal. and b apprntty ha
atuiiiad tha opera Intlmat.ty. Ha con-
ductad B.arly wltbout looklna at th
muale. aad a cuaa. aniraocaa.
-l.ada" for aolo and choru. a aaaily
a If h. bad wr'.ttao dlractlon In front
of blra. torrwetr. I a moaumnt of
patlanc aad Brand opera emparlance.
ii . . . baaa la a-rand opera so lone
aa professional that b "know th
It ia a'ao a d.morraltc chorus, wb.r
v.rybody I frl.Bd;y. and Madam Jo
m.lll wa actts la blpina to brlne
out the naamb;e ffaet. ibe tanf with
soprano and contraltos, and walkad
near to tanor aad baaaea. bummina
their vocal "cuce and ca. rally
paaklnc waa th cood an. I o in
spiration aad ncourasameal.
Tfc principal aolol.l who an wr
Mra. rkacmaa and Mr. Morse, and they
Thar all be no mor choru
b.arsal this wk. but B.vt work th.r
wi;t b three r.hrta Monda.
W.da.sday aad Thursday n:hts.
w.dndae Plcbt tba Ctrl of th
.-horua will diarard bate and coats.
and lb Kllrr Hall will be cl.arad of
chair. te. Madam Jom.lll wll than
basta work lth ! training and
HOOSE HAVE GAY NIGHT
tir. or cHr: rutco vith
Ol liHTEl" XOSET.
aaakl -Berk T1ar" aad -( VAor.
Ilia faaaraaaaae tatrtalaa
All the dtlca that appeal to that
laattactlve daaira la mankind to cat
acmetblsa; tor noiblnc: all thoaa samrs
of chance that war found In th arly
day la lb mlnlnc towns of tb fron
tier were reproduced at Mooa Hall
laat Btcht when more than lav per
sons fathered la celrbral th close
of a most successful year for th Loyal
Order of Mooa.
The r.lebration waa of th nalur
of a t'hrtstmaa entertainment, and
wblls men placed ail Luslr avatlab:
"bouBhtan" mony In crsp Barnes,
tweniy-on. chuck-s-luck. faro and
other limblliif ram on th fifth
floor of tb l(ial bulltfln. an 10
lareatln; and unique proarainm wa
bein Birn on th floor above.
Cloa scrutiny of th nirn around the
hokrr labia revealed th pcesenc of
Judse llllam N. Oatena. loalnj stead
llv. but still Ma tb ame." OeorB
I. u.kir triad all of th same of
chance to demon. Iral his vratlllt
la tl.ani. It. Banner Brook, captain
of tb Mooa bowline team, and many
other men of prominenc In Portland
foraot both business and Christmas
worric la th Jy of 'urfclf ins their
appetilea for best-placlnc Barnes,
ll.orx. It. JTuna. dictator of th Furt
laad lol(. addressed lho who bad
gathered to participate In tb mor
serious ld. of the .ntertalnm.nl. and
the followtnc appeared on tha pro
gramme: J. fi. citrvan. Marline and
Heath. Via Tetev W'ahrflald and Mis
IUae Wakefield. Two dramatic salt
were presented by members ot th
HUTS' CONCERT PROFITS
AUTtlTB ArPEAR M MIMCALK TO
lir.LP CAt K OK CHAKITV.
la BealUed for Kad for Sboea aad
Other Bappllea for edy Tbre.sh
Kor charity th MuU save a concert
laat Bisht at th xlrst Methodist
Church In which soma of tha best of
I'ortland artists appeared.
The concert was Blven to raise funds
for th Mut to buy shoes for the
needy. A fund of lis ws realised.
Those who sane and played donated
their talent and tha ua of th church
wa tendered by lr. Loveland and the
official board of th First Methodist
Th first number on the programme
wa an organ soto oy Mrs. ieonora
Klscher Whlpp. who played Thayer"
"Concrl Piece." with feeiln and bril
liancy. Th Ad Club quartet saner.
"Macushla." Other number were: N.
A. House; -Chrutmas." by Shelley: Mr.
Ielphln Marx. "The Clasp ot th
Hand; Ir. It. M. Kmerson. "Mother
Machre": Mrs. Herman i'ollls, "The
Open Secret." and "If I W'ere a Kln."
by Campbell-Tipton. The Ad Club
quartet closed th concert with "sun
Ma." Or. Frank L. Loveland save a talk
on the work of th Mills, and was
publicly admitted Into th organisation.
BABIES FOLLOW SCHEDULE
Motlier Twins, Married Same Day,
HI rtlis Synchronise.
BAKERSKIF.LD. CaU Pc 12. 8p
claL) Boy bablea were born early to
day to Mr. U It. Cook, wife of the
maltr do hotel of th boulhrn HotcL
and to Mrs. Jules Parses. Jr, wtf of a
young automobile dealer.
Th two mother ar It year old.
twins, and war married to Cook an
Barge al a double wedding ceremony
at tnklnlght on February 7, ItlS. Mrs.
Cook and Mrs. Uerges ware known as
tbe timlin twins.
Tbeir Impromptu wedding here fol
lowed a supper at wnicb long-laid
plans for a wedding were brought to a
sensational climax and a midnight
quest for the County Clerk aad a
BIBLE ISSUE IS CONSIDERED
Trarlirra' Committee May IJeoom
mrnd Action al January Meeting-
The question of Incorporating Bible
Instruction In tb I'ortland schools, dis
cussed before th member of th teach
ers' committee of th Hchool Board
Tuesdy Bight, will be considered
thoroughly before any recommendation
i mad by th commute to which
th question ha been referred.
Or. Alan Welch Smith, chalrrrfao of
the committee, said last night that no
decision yet bad been reached. A rec
ommendation probably will ba mad
at the next meeting of th School
B"ard. the flr.t Thureday In January.
FACTORIES IN PERIL
Federal Move to Take Cali
fornia Oil Lands Opposed.
PUBLIC STANDS TO LOSE
Banker bajs salvation of Mate'
Manufacturing- Intern 1 De
lendrnt on Preservation of
Liquid Fart Industry.
8AV FRANCISCO. Dec IJ. (Spe
cial.) The salvation of California's
manufacturing Interests Is dependent
upon the preservation of California's
oil Industry, ssys Herbert Fleiahhacker.
prealdent of tb Anglo V London Paris
Bank of San Francisco, and on of the
managers of tbe Northwestern Power
"Th public, or a considerable por
tion of tb public." said Mr. Flelnh
backer today,- "seems to be of the
opinion that tho parties moat deeply
concerned In the Government's attempt
to tska over 13.000 acres of developed
lands In the California Midway oil
district, ar the oil producers and the
"That Is a mistake. The party of
first Interest, the party vitally con
cerned, la the California public That
means the manufacturer, the taxpayer,
wage earner, merchants, tha housewife
who uses gas for cooking fuel.
"California oil has bullded California
communities; made wage of tb Call'
fornla standard for many thousands of
men and women. It has Increased pub'
He revenues and decreased public debt.
It ha Increased wages and helped de
crease the coat of living.
"When gas was made from coal the
price per thousand feet was around
1. SO. Its use was limited. With the
advent of California oil gas prices
went down steadily. In many places
the rate is 71 cents, and gas Is now the
cooking fuel . In all of California's
"A return to the us of coal for
manufacture of gas would Involve the
expenditure of many millions of dol
lars for the change of machinery alone.
Those millions would be charged to
and collected from the consuming; pub
lic In (is rates from SO per cent to
100 per cent higher than those now
"Tbe Government's activities have
within CO days resulted In an oil pro
ductlon 1.000,000 barrels a month short
of the actusl sales In California, and a
consequent Increase of from 10 per cent
to Si per cent In the prices of fuel oil.
"Now, if the Government succeeds In
Its programme to seise and stop ap
proximately JO per cent of th whole
oil production In this state, prices must
Inevitably soar to a plane that will
make manufacturing In California im
STAGE IS SET FOR BILL
Ferris Water Power Measure to Go
Through Despite Protest.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU. Wash
ington. Dec IS. The House committee
on public lands today ordered a favor
able report on the Ferris water-power
bill. Only minor amendments were
adopted, none of which affected the
general purpose or character of the
Western Republicans will file a mi
nority report, but they concede their
protest will avail nothing, as the stsec
Is all set In th House to railroad the
bill through In substantially the form
In which tt passed last session.
Furthermore. the Administration
has the machinery to push this bill
through the House in whatever form
It desires and It is expected this will
be done early in January.
A nee Ormin marhtn clean nd aorta
medical tablets, rejects brokea onaa. and
pe-as tham In boxae nr tubes at a rata
or from i v. one to rno. noo a dir.
PORTLAND people have always
demonstrated due appreciation
of the Hofbrau. This appre
ciation will increase ten-fold when it
is too late if its doors are allowed
to close on January 1st.
Santa Claus recommends
the Victrola for Christmas
He has delivered thousands and thousands of
Victrolas and he knows how popular, they are and how
much pleasure they give.
A Victrola is his "one best bet." He is sure
that it will be appreciated on Christmas and enjoyed
for years to come.
To Christmas Buyers of Victrolas
The Wiley B. Allen Co. Offers
. The SERVICE you have a right to expect;
The COURTESY you are entitled to ;
The STOCK in machines and records that is most complete, and
The TERMS which will be most convenient for you.
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fit kCi iitTrrCTftai X .se-'t. -w-uwrt ' ' ,
HOY for the wintry blasts the icy snow-decked
breezes! Ahoy for the parlor of the small-town
inn, whose little fire strives faintly to cast some
warmth on the spacious frame of the most discon
solate T. Rufus Wallingford.
The almost , always jovial high-art financier is now
doubly intent to wreak vengeance on the victim,
When Wallingford is in good humor the victim has
a chance, but when Wallingford is in temper there
is no escaping him.
Follow this week's episode: "Buying a Bank with
Bunk." It is the newest of the
THC NCW ADVCNTVftCS OP
It shows Burr Mcintosh a finished
versatile actor and gives Max Figman
full play for his unique comedy effects.
George Randolph Chester, the creator of
Wallingford, himself declares that at no point
during his virile narrative of these quaint charac
ters has he so dramatically infused life into the
printed page. It is one thing to see the motion
pictures, but a far superior delight to read in
combination with them the story every week
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pictures. There is no reason why
you should not see this great
masterpiece of Pathe Motion Pic
tures. Yo. can start now. To
be sure, he will be new to you,
but be will be perfectly under
standable, for each one of these
Wallingford episodes is abso
lutely distinct and apart.