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TIIE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, rORTL,AXP. AUGUST 29, 1915.
HAW LONG IS DEAD
Man Who . Directed Admiral
Dewey to Destroy Span
ish Reet Succumbs.
ally and will conduct tb wir In corn-
ana) ntkt pomcm in mutual agr-
POUTICAL CAREER ACTIVE
Gorrnortlp of Macba4rM
Tlrrar and Member of Coogre
tor Term Amonx Honor
Won kjr PolUbc4 Orator.
TTtVlllfAlf. Uiu. AOS. Si JohB D.
T An - ai.iicrturT of th Navy and
Cornor of laaaeautt.. died at hla
hom t)r tonicht.
Mr. l-onar's deatra wa orllr
ait.cl.l Ho return! from a trip to
Maia two day ago auffarlnjr, from an
t. iniubli. with wnicn ho bad
fc-aa afflicted for rl yr Ho
woo ordorod to rst by bia pnsiclaraa.
but r' ports that hl eonauioa was
critical wac denied.
u l nr m aa fcatcraxarv of tbo mry
i k htiania-Afnrlcan war. It
wa ha who l on rocord a Daring dl
potehod tbo famoua mu of April
ri. 1. to Comroodor lleorsr Iwy.
,mmnrimr tho Aatatie squadron, tholl
...inn iiiara at Hongkong. Tbo
-War bao commenced botwoon Kpaia
and tho l'ntd Utataa. ITocood at
arc to tho Pbillpolra Ilnd. Cap
tur or destroy tbo rlpanlab ship. Ls
tho ntmoot ndeavor."
Hm.ir W rtttrm hr obordloate.
It waa oa tha sixth day after tho r-
... ik.n nrdrrfl that Lowoy ro-
portxi hi areat victory In tbo battl
of Manila liar. A to th
which had thua aor.t tno nooi mm
lion, bocrotary Long one aald:
-My aamo wa at th bottom,
CIoriu d. .paten! I should rather lib
to bao tbo credit of It. But It waa
pot mica. I dlroctcd Chlof Crownln-
Blold. of tho Buraaa of Narlgatioa. to
fca such a dtpaub mada ready. But
a. rowrur.hl:d did not wrlto It. who
prepared It? ISom aabordinat dork
la bli bureau. . Who? God only know.
As for mo. I ahould not hav ued f
word Tommonred. I ahould hav saia.
Tbo war baa baiuo.' Aald from that,
it to a mlchty good meaaaa;. I think
wa can pardon that word. Th dio
patrs cam In to me. I took It to th
J'reatdent. saying to him: 'Mr. Treat
ment. I think tbla ouarnt to ".' Ha
aid: All right. Kin If-
Mr. Lan waa called to head the Navy
Topartment when ITesiderat McKlnley
took oKIco In March. .. and also
erred a year la th Cabinet of Prl
ReataaatlM latoa Releeled.
Rumor of bia relntlon war
frequent during th Vampaon-ScbUy
comroiarir. when Mr. Long waa ac
cused of unduly favoring Schley, but
ho declared he would not rstgn "under
are" and retained bia poaitlon until
1S. when ho waa much affected by
tb ati of bia daughter and bia owa
111 health. In accepting bia resigna
tion. ITveWent K"ovll wrot:
"It baa nevr been Biy Rood fortune
to b aaeoclated with any public man
mora stnl-mlndd la bia alevotlon to
the puBli.- IntereeL"
In addition to dlrawtlng tb Navy
during th war vim Upain. th official
eta vf -rrtary Lone Included lb
placing of thoueanda of Navy mploya
vador th civil eervlc rule, and th
prooioltion of tho aal of boor oa
PWIItteal Iteeord Artlv.
John Iavla Unr waa born In Bock
fleld. Me.. In 11. tb aon of a proa
peroae buein.a man. but bia own pre
dilection waa for law and politic II
ettled In Hoe ton after bia uraduatton
from Harvard and aerved four term
ln tti tilat Lrarialaturo: waa three
term speaker of th Houee; waa LJeu-trnant-Uovernor:
and In ts9 defeated
General Her lamia K. Puller, th I demo
cratic candidal for tiovernor. by a
plularlty of IJ.4. Ho waa twlr re-olan-ted
with larc pluralttlea aud ant
to t'orutreea for Hire term.
II waa ona of the moat pollabod de
batera In tnncrea. bia apeochea belnc
noted for their literary xrtenc and
a dry burner whlcb mad him popular
a aa after-dinner apeakr. At lelaur
at hi homo In in quaint old town of
)lmcam. near iloaton. b wrot a
Volume of roe ma and translated Vir
gil a Aaraeld.
PAIR, 84. 77. TO SEE CITY
Toletlo Tuple (start for PortlaoJ
After SO Yrar.
TOIJrtiO. Or, Anar. it. (Special.)
Toledo oldest couple. Lena Ranconrt.
I. and Lucy bia wife. 7T. atarted to
I'ort.and for their flnt "trip to th
cltT" In 1 yeaara
Th old folka dipod of aom lota
In their bom town In order to pay
up tasea and "take another trip to
INDIAN UPRISING IS PLAN
wt;n'd rr"m rtrn Pare I
to foment a revolution la the I'hllip-r-tne.
Tho attention of th War 1"
petrtment waa attracted to tb ahip
ment of arma to thoe lelande. and for
a time ther was a rroat deal of an
preheaalon. Invrstlcatina disclosed,
however, that trio t'nlted fttatea bad
aoihtac to fear: that a Orman avent
ta thim country waa ahlpplna th arms
to I'hlllrptne porta, whenc they were
to b tranaehlpped1 to India. Uovemor-
eneral Harrison la un.lcr.xd to have
tbee war auppllea under surveillance
and will sets them If th necessity
Th Frituh forvrnnant entrtalna no
doubt or Ita ability to auppra any
revolt tiat mar tako place aa a result
ef liirman Intrlsruek Should a formid
able movement develop, howarrr. that
arovernment would not Bad It aeraaaary
to modify Ita plana for th malataa
anr of a atroojt fore in Franc and
Helarium. as well aa on tb .llirlt
Peninsula. Tb fact la not lost siaht
of that th treaty a.lianc between
ttreat Hritaia and Japan containa a
provision ander which Japanea troops
undoubtedly Would b dllalchd to th
Tie treaty declar amona th ob
ject of tb al:iaae "th conaolida
tloaa aa.J malatenanc of tbo general
peace In th re(ions of Eutfn Asia and
if India." and th "maintenanc of th
territorial richt of tb bich roatract-Inar-partiea
In th restona of K.aatem
Aia and of India, and the defena of
their p-tl intereeta In the aald r
Bl.n." The aens4 artul of tb treaty
r4 aa follows:
ataMta to He at Toad la Treaty.
If by reason of unprovoked attack
r aasreaaiv action, wberover ariaiac.
oa t.T part of any other power or pow.
era. either contracting party should b
Involved In war la defence of Ita ter
ritorial rtajhts or special interests men
tioned In the preamble of this agree
ment, the other contract ire party at
a all com to tb aaataiaac af tu
taent with It" . .
Therefor. Japan, If Great Brltala
requeoted It. tnuet aead troopa to India.
It would aurpriee no one should this
possibility already bav been ciseus-ed
by tb naval and military authorities
of th two countries. In which caa
Japan would send troops to India th
moment their preeenc was recarded
as necessary. Aa oermany nna no war
ship upon the blab aeaa. there could
be no Interference with th movement
of Japanese transports.
It la be.leved that the timely warn
In received by the British government
will result In the checkmate of tb
ierman plana. Certainly th united
state authorities la th Philippines
will eomt:r with tb obllaratlon of this
rovemment under International law to
prevent American territory irora oeinaj
used aa a hostile base. Similar steps
will be taken by tbe Dutch authori
ties with referent to their tea I Indian
It la knowa bar that before th war
broke out the Herman government ex
pected that revolution would break
out la South Africa. India and Evpl.
and that tha British authorities would
I , l,,ym l v opal .nn a J I . I ;
r- -" . J
Wy: : :
fcj - a in a.naai.f m Vi ittt laarai a
Job D. Laag, Ka-Sveretary of
av. Vab Died at Haa la
Maaautrhaaetta Last MabC
have their hand full In suppressing
them. Germane did verythlnit In tbalr
power to help alone thle situation.
Under th circumstances. howver.
the British authorltiea are feellna; com
paratively comfortable about th In
FLAMES -SWEEP TIMBER
e (Continued From Flrt Page )
sprlncs. in the, heart of th Cascades.
roreat raneera were an 10 aw
smoka from thla fire from their look-
k .. . ia aha rfenae arowth Of
trees, were delayed In flndlna; the fir.
A 1 1 r on in smaua
. . I'm. a r k . araa out out
Just In tim to prevent serious daro
ase to a heavy body of timber last
week. Th bias waa extinsuieucu hi
farmer of that district.
leputy Warder. mes tinos inai me
wooue w r -
. . iiwinw aK Manl Tiro-
conuiKiuoA. 1....' - - -
lonared dry spelL ar aurh that a fir
aoon caina crrat neauway. a ncia
k . n -n aimnat ateadv wind for many
daya In the mountains.
A total of ti men ar flchtlnff fir
ln th various localities.
fOKEST liniS ARE SKKIOCS
Soatbrro Orcron, Pa relied by Son,
la Scene of Conflagration.
urniDRD. Or. Aur. JJ. (."peclat)
With tb thermometer at 11 and
with tb countryside parched by tne
dry weather of the last four montba,
Southern Oreiton ia tonUht fnhtlng
the most serious forest fires that have
occurred since the disastrous year of
li when Federal troops bad to o
called to take chare of th altuatlon.
Although on raew fir was reported
to th Federal Forest Service tonight.
Supervisor Krlckson announced that
tbe flrea were all under control and
unlea a bleh wind should spring up
a serious disaster would be averted.
About 0 acres of eood timber inna
has been burned In the Butt Fall
dlatrlct. and about 309 acrea In other
sections of Jackson County, the roost
valuable timber destroyed belne In the
Sterling diatricu According to officials
of the Jackson County F"lr Control
Association, many or tn urea nave
been Incendiary and suspicion la di
rected toward aom of th ranger,
who. It la believed, set flrea so that
they and their frlenda can secure extra
About 30 men from Med ford ar
fighting flrea at Sterling and Butte
Falls, and the entire population ot tne
latter village la on the firing line- Ac
cording to member! of the Forest Serv
ice th comprebenslv patrol system.
Inaugurated two years ago by tha lo
cal patrol association, is largely re
sponsible for th ability to keep the
present situation In control.
LA GKAXDK SHOUT OF WATER
Prolonged Heat Itcaclica lllgrh Mark
of Year, With Mercury at tt.
. . td tvfric in ft IRna.
claL) La Grand baa been forced Into
the list of Kasiera Oregon clUea In
danger of water famine. Tha pro
longed beat, laatlng aigbt week, today
touched tb highest mark ot tb year.
-i-1 ...iin.l t Viae been dried
up and while lawn Irrigation la atlll
permitted; Jn a imau iiaia, v w-u m.
tioa by water users alone has saved
tbe city from pumping from the river,
a condition -vigorously fought against.
Tbe altuatlon Is spurring tbe con
struction of a big dam and reservoir
on Beaver Creek. It miles In the moun
tains, to proviue ample aaiar wj eo-
BLAZE NOT rSDUl CONTROL
Call Sent Oat for More Men to
light lire Xear llllsard.
L.A ORA.VPK. Or Aug. II. (Sp-
etal) Fir that brok out In dense
forests about five miles trora migara
yesterday Is not yet under control end
trior men ar needed to iignc it- i "
bias I two miles from th u.-n. k. at
N. tracks at Glover, but at preeent Is
not beaded toward the right-of-way.
Tea acrea had been burned over
when the fire was reached by the
t.'nion-Wallowa County iire-ngaiers.
after detection by the lookout on the
e..at of Mount Emily. hen believed
controlled. It broke out afresh and
with renewed energy.
IVrWt lire Break Out Anew.
CANTPSVllXJE. Or. Aug. Jl Fir
broke out anew at the Forks, St miles
r-om hero. It wss thoucht to b under
control, and th men wer being called
In. but they are going out again, apoui
It acrea of good timber have been
IV MT. Collin ICeslgna at Corvallls.
AtirAV ailPliTI TT'II At. rTIT.I-KfiP
t-orvallla. Aug. Is. (Special.! Faul M.
Colllna. secretary of evtenalon at tbe
Oregon Agricultural College, baa re-
algnrd to accept tne auperinienoency ot
tb uoaaera g u i j nwnvj n ewuvvia
IS EXPECTED S00I1
Pan-American Peace Plan Is
Gradually Being Worked
MOST RESPONSES FAVOR
Secretary Lansing Expects to Isue
Call for Peace Conference on
Receipt of Carrania'a Note
Early This Week.
WASHINGTON. Aug. St. Th next
step In tb effort to bring peace In
Mexico will be conaldered by th Pan
American conference probably next
week. A majority of the military and
political leadera In Mexico having re
plied to th appeal of tha conference
for a peace agreement, tt waa officially
announced today that the conferees
would be reassembled soon, although
a definite data for the meeting has not
Coplea of th replies already re
ceived 'have been furnished to tbe six
South and Central American diplomats,
who, with Secretary Lansing, composed
th conference. General Carranxa'a re
ply la expected early next week and
It la understood th call for the meet
ing will b Issued as soon aa that 1
In Mr. Lansing's hands.
Carraaaa Ckaaan Delay.
Carranxa officials here aald the re
ply probably would be sent as soon
ss General Carran- reached Mexico
City to re-establish hla capital there.
He has chosen to delay his answur
until then it la said, because he wishes
to Impress th conferees with the fscc
that the government which he claims
la In control of the greater part of
Mexico Is well established In th capi
tal of th republic
Responses favorable to the -appeal
have come from General Villa and all
his military commanders, members of
his Cabinet and political advisers. All
replies from Carranxa'a generals and
advisers hav referred the decision to
their chief. All Mexican leaders out
side the Carranxa and Villa factions
hav accepted th offer of th Pan
American conference to aid In arrang
ing for a convention to be held In
neutralised Mexican territory for the
purpose of creating a provisional gov
ernment to arrang general election.
Zapata Expected t Favor.
Besides Villa hlmselt. among those
who have sent affirmative replies are
tlax Lombardo. Minister of Foreign
Affairs la Villa's Cabinet: Enrique C
Llorente. General Flllpe Angelea. Gen
eral Maytorena, Governor of eionora;
Oeneral Itaoul Madero. General Her
nandes and others. Mexican leadera
favoring th Pan-American plan ar
located principally In the north and
west of Mexico. General Zapata, in
Morelos. south of Mexico City, la ex
pected to favor the plan, although bia
reply has not yet reached Washington.
Before another conference Is held,
Carranxa'a adherentsTire bopeful that
General Obregon will have captured
Torreon. toward which he is said to
b advancing. Villa la (aid to b
massing hi forces at Torreon to meet
tbla attack. A declalve battle there
may have a far-reaching effect on the
future of the republic
A dispatch today to th Carranxa
agency sard Carranxa forces had at
tacked Saltlllo and Durango. Both are
of strategic value In the campaign
against the Torreon stronghold.
FRENCH REPULSE AIR RAID
German Aeroplanes Beaten Off In
Attempt to Sbell Paris.
TARIS, Aug. 3. "This morning to
wards 10 o'clock thre German aero
ulanea started from the region of Hois-
sons and thre from the region of Cora-
plegne. heading for Faria," aays a
French official report. "They were
unable to reach their goal and only
dropped a few bombs on Nogent-Sur
Marne. Montmorency. aiomiermau,
Ittbecourt and Coniplegne. In which city
two male nurses and a child were
"The boatll aeroplanes, promptly de
tected were shelled at various polnta
Land chased by our own airmen. Tb
commander of ona of our aerial squaa
eon chased one of th aeroplanes at
a helgbt of nearly 11.000 feet and
brought It down to tbe north ot
genlts. The pilot and hla machine were
ARMS STRIKE THREATENED
Polishers and Brailers Say They
Alone Iteceivcd 'o Increase.
bTYmsipDtTji rinM Anor eft Re
ports that another strike waa threat
ened at th Remington Arma at Am
munition lactones, mia uub aiiwua
polishers and braxiers. came today aa
ji.....ki.. j.tne irt aha I nrf net rln.1
situation here, which waa believed to
be rapidly clearing through the ad
justment of th troubles at th va
rious pianta in tne city. -
in poiiaaera aula. - "
derstood. contend that when wages
Wore MaMJfc:l Wt " ..... u. .. . -
the recent strike half their department
was not Included, and when they des
ignated a shop commute to aeek an
adjustment of wages, the committee
SATURDAY'S WAR MOVES
(Continued From First Psce.)
City of Louvaln reported burned by
Japanese warsblpa araw nr at
Large number of Atlantic linera on
way to New Tork with refugees.
f nnl lMfrienep announces natives
from anaia to .waa vuaa,
t-. 1 . . .
am . V
1 h-y.ri sew m K A fft
I t Tyi I .M aa iir
M (S33 n A t fi(Tm ftflTfl fft n Your
Tha "Stay Satlsfa-ctorjTzave
Then $1 Weekly or $5 Monthly
One Fire Does The Work
V r 1
Home JJ J
for . . J J
Cooks all your meals, heats your house and gives abundance of hot water.
Has famous Duplex draft that saves Vz the coal
a urnMATJi-TT Kinn in t.h Vitenpn 'manna much to the entire family. It means less money
expended for fuel, better cooking, a big saving in labor and energy to the -woman who does the
A Monarch actually pays for itself in a short time
In Ranges of the common type cast iron is BOLTED to steel and stove putty smeared in the
seams which, owing to expansion and contraction caused by heat, these bolts become loose and
air leaks open up and waste fuel, while in the MONARCH the heavy steel sides are COLD
RIVETED to malleable iron frames, making a tight, strong construction that the hardest usage
and wear cannot loosen up; thus the saving in fuel.
A five-vear guarantee in writing is given
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out in five years it's good for ten. You get this in writing.
We guarantee to replace jree the firebox or any part of the Monarch that cracks, breaks, warps or burns out
within five years front date of purchase that's fair.
Your old stove taken in part payment on a new
We will take your old stove or range in part payment on a new and allow you every cent it's worth.
Reauires no blacking. Has polished malleable top-Just call at store and select your Range and well send
a man out to make you a price on your old. If satisfactory you can then make the exchange.
CC Sends Everything Pictured in This Outfit
JKJ m. uw, TK $1H OO Fw Month
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Everything you see in
these rooms, including floor
coverings, for One Hun
dred and Thirty-nine Dol
lars, and a year's time to
This $139.00 outfit has
solved the home furnishing
problem for scores of peo- .
Particularly for young
married couples who have
wanted to begin housekeep-,
ing with everything as
cozy and comfy as possible.
Including solid oak table, 42 inches in diameter, 6-foot ex
tension, designed just as shown $15.00
Four heavy oak chairs, made to match the table in finish
and design $9.40
A handsome, large buffet, made with plenty of room for
silverware, linen and china, equipped with heavy plate
Genuine Brussels Rug, choice of patterns, size 9 by 10-6 feet;
priced special $14.00
AH That Is Required in a Modern Kitchen.
New Process 4-burner gas range, with broiler, including con
Two sturdy craft style chairs, built of hardwood $3.00
Kitchen Treasure, with two flour bins, two small drawers and
two moulding boards $3.50
Cover Your Floor With One of These
Fine Velvet Rugs
On Sale for One Week Only
aMSaaalaaaaalalaalll II . , I J ' 5 f ' i 'f if f .VSjFi
A Massive Iron Bed,
plain, pretty design, quite
m a s a lv in appear- f I ft
ance and full size..
Colonial Oak Dresser, as
ebown in picture. I 7 Cfl
larg-e and roomy V
Mission Bedroom t Q If)
Stand, nicely finished UIW
Small Bedroom C h a I r, of
genuine oak, finished to
h a r m o n ize with ) Cfl
balance of furniture ws-iw"
a ii etui IB a a. I n ar.
link fabric suaran-fC Cfl
teed a lifetime didu
Sailttrr uotion reic
Mattress, with pretty art
covering, weu iun
m r, r1 -MtftVilkri
Craftsman H.11, 8-11x10-6.
top ular browns, I fl Cfl
blues or greens. . v I viwU
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t ZiLlSin rarmaimoaa (V
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ttfcSC- m m m m iV:
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tfgU ia m4 taa m m imra" W &
120 9x11 Velvet Rugs, beauti
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Orientals and convent lonal
i . rinlv a faw 1 pf f and
not more thaa one to I 0 QC
customer 1 w
VSSSS Edwards' Bargain Exchange
. . aa. afA aA 1 1 T"T C T s
$5.00 Full-Size Mattresses. .$1.75
$6.50 Mattresses , $2.95
$3.50 Kitchen Treasures. . ..$1.05
$4.50 Bed Springs $2.50
$8.00 Steel CoU Springs. .. .$3.75
$7.50 Hotel Dressers $4.75
$2.50, $3 Cotton Blankets. . .$1.50
$5.00 Wool Nap Blankets,
large size, each $2.50
$18.00 Gas Water Heater
$13.50 Maryland Gas Range,
Old Furniture Taken in Exchange
If you have an old sideboard,, dining table, couch or any piece of
furniture (with the exception of mattresses or bedding), that's a little
out of date, well take it in exchange as part payment for new and
allow you all it's worth.
TO OCT-OF TOWJf FBRNITCKaS
AXD CARPET BUYERS
Get In touch with thla big Credit
Fumltur Hous If you
anythinar la th line of nam
fJrnl.hlnss. This 139 Outfit or
any other (roods on special Out-of-Town
Write for Free Catalogue.
ffigsraa A GOOD PLACE TO XjjftP5If
Sale of Parlor
All last ones In Parlor Suites,
Tables, Rockers, Chairs and
Bofas to be closed out at cost or
below this week. Unlimited
credit on all sale goods.
BALTIMORE NEWS SOLD
FRANK HCS5ET SAYS NEWSPAPER
CHAIX GOOD OKLT IJt THEORY.
Staart Olivier Boy Pablleatla Wklck
Farmer Owaer Aver Caa Oaly
Suceeed If H.ld by aaar.
BALTIMORE. Aug;. 8. Announce
ment waa made todar of the sale by
Frank A. Munsey of the Baltimore
New and the Munsey bulldlng-to Stu
art Olivier, who ha been general man-
... , naitimor lnter-
ager ot air.
esta for the past ight years. It Is
understood that mo """""'"
volved an amount in th neighborhood
of I4.000.ooo. ..,.,. a ...a..
The News today pu"""" -
1 . . . . a n Mr. Munaev Con-
corning the sal. of hi. BaUlrnor. In
terests to Baltimore
New. war. the vT.w to making H on.
No new. cwcrnlns: th conference I on cf a cna.r i j "'l' central
has reached rlin- uowavrr, Aamirai i owneu , r -1 1 ha aald.
"I Vi.ri.. i. .-u tn h.. thrown hisUraanlxatlon. Theoretically, b aald.
Influenc. with that of th. Imperial the Idea looked to b. souno.
Chancellor and Foreign Minister von "But in " e thing It
Jaaow In aa endeavor to reach an working is not H "aMm" x
amicrbl. understanding with the looked to be in analysis,- Mr. Munsey
United fltr.tes. For th.. reason the con tlnu.d. ...e.w.
opinion Is expressed in to. uartnan cap- i -uwntnn :,,,..
ii.i that ther 1 no caua to change language that the community under-
th optimistic view of th. altuatlon stands. It knows Its . - re
created by Dr. von Bethman-Hollweg's tonatlotis. and ch'Vj.lT.rrTln;
. . .a i.. , u.-aHr..... I with the salaried management
prvDVUUtTliitlla ar whv u I
... art a t . a. a a I kaltla I KUlSCd
roii - i
man cruiser, and two torpedo dsatroy- pRc4K QATS ARE AT STAKE
consideration at a conference now be
ing held at th Katrn headquarters of
th German army btwn Emperor
William and Ir. von Bethmann-Holl-
War. in Ufrmin iraiirriai .intii Bitui ,
l a ... i w i .nn rimlt Rarman Itllnlster
of Marine, and Admiral von Mueller,
chief of th private marine cabinet,
and the Emperor, personal adviser on
nava. affairs. . New. with tn- v.-w
??a "'"J "Bar;L .V ."nd" operated by on. central
there la alwaya something akin to the
foreign accent that cannot b dis-
rrocreds From Grain Gathered In
Thibet Figure In Iawsnlt.
iL-ATj-rrr viriXTi Wa.h- A n Dr. 58.
peeiU. SeveraU thousand buatela
of oat. without hull., which are the
. - r nn.nHnn in lawsuit pending
here, came from a thimbleful of grain
gathered secretly by J. A. Kilby,, a
Yakima man. In the wilds of Thibet,
wher the grain waa grown by priests
and jealously guarded.
Mr. Kilby was emergency engineer
of the battleship Texas, when that ves
sel waa stationed In Chinese waters in
1908. Effort, to obtain some of the
grain falling, Mr. Kilby Anally picked
up scattered kernel and brought tbm
to this country. Only nve grains of the
first planting germinated.
KAISER ADVISED TO YIELD
(Continued From First Par.?
Germany over the question of subma
rine warfare. Unless the situation in
Berlin wholly changes before the dis
patches axe sent, the Ambassador be
lieves he will be authorized to reopen
Informal discussions with Secretary
Lansing to the end that a note may
be framed by the German government
entirely satisfactory to the United
So far as the Stat Department Is
concerned, formal presentation of the
Arabic case to Germany awaits receipt
from Ambassador Gerard at Berlin of
the German Admiralty report on the
destruction of the ship. Dispatches
from Berlin tonight said the report
might be mad any day or might be
delayed a fortnight.
In German circles here it Is firmly
believed that the Berlin government
I. anxious to bring to a quick and
friendly termination the whole discus
sion over the submarine campaign. The
visit of Count von Bernstorff to Wash
ington, acting on instruction from
Berlin, is viewed as conclusive proof
that the liberal element of the German
government has triumphed and that
every effort will be made to meet the
views of President Wilson as expressed
in an interview with the Ambassador
soon after the Lusltania was destroyed.
Even should the submarine com
mander attempt to Justify his action,
or should no report ever be received
from a German commander as to the
Arabic, It is believed the German gov
ernment will seek to make it clear
that, as a national policy, tne wanare
against passenger ships has been sus
pended. Already offer3 of reparation
for American lives with the ship have
been taken informally, and Ambassador
Bernstorff feels that, barring adjust
ment of minor details, the friction be
tween the two oountrloa is at an end.
Out of the relaxing tension of the
situation a new hope for peace in Eu
rope has sprung. German observers
here have noted that there is a group
in each country which sees possibilities
of American mediation behind the
peaceful adjustment of the American
German dispute. With one concession
won from the belligerents by diplo
matic means the security of the lives
Of neutrals on the high seas it is
thought possible that other proposals
may follow with restoration of peace
as their object. The ascendancy of
the liberal element in Germany, it Is
said, lends color to that view so far
as Germany is concerned.
Temperature 100 at Albany.
ALBANY, Or., Aug. 28. -(Special.)
With the Government thermometer re
cording an even 100 degrees, Albany to
day experienced Its hottest day in more
than two years. Thia mark was .qualed
here the last time on July 13, 1913.
Twice this year a mark of 99 degrees
lias been reached.
In this climate catarrh is a
prevalent disease. Catarrh af
fects the stomach as often aa
any other organ. Perhaps every
. . nAAnn (a mnrA or less
troubled with stomach catarrh.-J
Peruna is extensively u.eu
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