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TIIU SUNDAY QREGONIAX, , PORTLAND, 3IARCII 9, 1910.
JILL BE RESUMED
Let McCormack, Gluck, or the Marvelous
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Meetings to Be Shifted From
Spa Into Belgium.
LAIBACH CLASH IS PROBED
Jnquiry Being Made Into Recent Con
tention lictween Italians and
forces of Jugo-Slavs.
"PARIS, March 8. (By the Associated
Tress.) The supreme war council
Ti ached a decision tonight whereby the
negotiations interrupted at Spa Imme
diately will be resumed at another
point, presumably somewhere ill Bel
The peace conference commission on
i'.elgian claims, it is reported, has.
r?reed iu principle to the Belgian de
mand for Jlalmedy and the surrounding
tiistrict. In Belgian circles it is ex
pected that this will result in the peace
conference approving the handing over
f this region to Belgium. The llalmedy
cistrict is just east of the Belgian fron
tier and has been under German domi
nation for a number of years.
lucinirr 'Will Be Made.
The supreme council today appointed
Kt. commission to go to Laibach to in
vestigate recent Incidents there be
tween the Italians and tho Jugo-Slavs.
lbe commission is composed of Major-
leneral C. G. Treat of the American
tinny: Major-General Gordon, Great
Britain; Ma jor-General Savy, France,
und Major-Generai Segre, Italy.
Tho report of the commission on
!Delgian claims which was in favor of
e. revision of the treaty of 1S39 was
lidopted by the council.
The interruption of the negotiations
sit Spa was discussed. The council also
ilecided to make a decision Monday
regarding the representation of the
' tmaller jiowers on the financial and
Payment HueMIon Studied
The supreme council, it is understood
will appoint an inter-allied committee
of four members to investigate rneth
ds by which the states of the forme
ustro-Hungarian empire can pay for
the food sent them by the allied pow
Among the incidental matters under
consideration by the council is some
method for the improvement of ports
and railway a.nd telegraph systems in
Austria, easte.-n Germany and parts of
.Russia. The council probably will rec
ommend that ihe allies supply essen
tial materials for this work to th
amount of approximately $100,000,000.
The proposition made to the supreme
council yesterday by Premier Lloyd
Oieorge for a clause in the peace treaty
for reducing the German army much
below the size previously pro
posed, definitely requires Germany
to reduce her army to 35 divisions.
according to information from French
sources. The divisions would be
formed of volunteers enlisting- for
Kallwar Problem Important.
The council accepted the proposition
In principle, referring it to a committee
to draft the text which would be sub
mitted to the council on Monday.
The question of the internationaliza
tion of railways and international
waterways has come into sudden im
portance through the report made today
to the commission on waterways, ports
and railways of the peace conference
by its drafting sub-committee. After
discussion, the report went over until
The British desire to have the water
ways used without discrimination,
while the Americans, realizing the ef
fect the application of this principle
might have upon their great railway
ystems. are insistent upon confining
the application of the principle of in
ternational use of such communications
to special cases to be enumerated and
especially to new states.
The Czecho-Slovaks and the Poles are
disposed to resist the international use
f their communications unless recip
rocal privileges are allowed them.
The supreme council has appointed
e. commission to investigate the ques
tion of the German cables, a proposal
concerning which was submitted to the
council Friday by Secretary of State
The commission, according to the
Temps, will decide whether the cables
can be treated as prizes of war, and
if so, to whom they are to be distributed.
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had heard the Red Cross representative
referred to as the "mouthpiece of
America" and the reference became so
frequent that he was obliged to iesue
a public notice saying that he repre
sented the American government, and
statements coming from any other
source were unauthorized. Mr. Francis
declared that Colonel Robins wanted
him to 'follow the bolshevist govern
ment to Moscow" when it moved there
The Red Cross representative was
said by the ambassador to have had
every facility placed at his disposal by
the bolshevists, with'whom he was per
sona grata. He said when Colonel
Robins traveled the bofchevists tele
graphed ahead to help him in every
way and that he even had authoriza
tion to have what telegrams he sent
put ahead of all other messages, such
privileges being denied to the ambas
cial.) Dwig-ht E. Hodge was appointed
by Circuit Judge Coke to assist In the
investigation of Coos county's financial
actions of the past six years. Mr. Hodge
is a Marshfield attorney and served at
Salem during the recent session of the
legislature as chief clerk in the re
vision and codifying of Oregon laws.
The investigation being made is headed
by J. W. Ferguson, former insurance
commissioner, and is for the purpose
of determining whether the county
court has created a financial situation
subject to correction by a grand jurv.
The work was authorized by the county
court, upon request of the Coos County
WOMAN STRUCK BY AUTO
Mrs. Ernest Pruitt, of Medford, Suf
fers Serious Injuries.
MEDFORD, Or., March 8. (Special.)
Mrs. Ernest Pruitt, 25, was run down
by a car driven by AV. A. Crane here
this afternoon ami received injuries
from which, it is feared, she will not
recover. Mrs. Pruitt was crossing the
street during a severe rain storm and
passed in front of the auto, which came
to a stop. Hurrying on, Mrs. Pruitt
caught sight of another machine turn
ing the corner from the other direc
tion, and, apparently bewildered, she
darted back directly in front of the
first car, which had moved slowly on its
way. The front wheels passed over
the woman's body and dragged her 20
feet. She was taken at once to the
Medford sanitarium, where an oper
ation was performed.
Tonight doctors in attendance stated
there was a slight chance of recovery.
Mrs. Pruitt's husband is a member of
the automobile firm of Pruitt Sc. Hitt-
son of this city.
Roumanian Queen Is Guest.
PARIS, March 8. (Havas.) Presi
dent and Mme. Poincare gave a lunch
eon at the Palace of Elysee today in
honor of Queen Marie of Roumania and
her daughters. The queen was re
ceived at the presidential mansion with
EDUCATOR IS UNDER FIRE
Dismissal of Charles Xelderhauser
Recommended by Board.
SEATTLE, Wash, March 8. (Spe
cial.) "That it is in the best interests
of the schools that his engagement
terminate," was part of the wording of
the resolution adopted tonight by the
Seattle school board in dismissing
Charles H. Niederhauser, teacher of his
tory and economics in the West Seattle
liigh school, who has been under inves
tigation on charges of disloyalty and
an ti-American ism.
The resolution was- adopted with
President Nathan Eckstein. Directors E.
Khorrock, H. R. King and W. J. Sant
niyer voting in favor of it and with
Judge Richard "Winsor voting against it.
Arbitration Treaties Extended.
WASHINGTON. March- 8. Acting
Secretary of State Polk, with the Span
ish ambassador and the minister of
The Netherlands, signed today five
year extensions of the general arbitra
tion treaties between the United States
and Spain and Holland.
Hen Lays Large Egg.
COTTAGE GROVE, Or.. March 8.
(Special.) The spring egg competi
tion has started and Mrs. Thomas Rich
ardson is the. first entrant, with i
white Leghorn hen egg measuring
inches by 8 inches.
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Judge Coke Names Investigator.
MARSHFIELD. Or., March 8. (Spe-
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tides relative to the possibility of my
Jiolding office for the full term to
which my predecessor was elected, I
!had had no such thought in mind. In
fact, it had never occurred to me that
E'-ich would be a possibility.
IVople'a Rifiht to Decide Atsfterted.
"I am firmly of the opinion that the
people of the state 4hould have a right
to select my successor at the general
lection in November, 1920. I under
stand there is some doubt as to just
hen my present term of office as gov
ernor expires, but it has been my
thought, and still is my thought, that
the people should have the right to de
termine the matter at the earliest op
portunity offered. I have had no idea
other than that this right should be
saiven to them to exercise at the first
Governor Olcott had planned on is
suing this week a summarization of the
more important policies which he would
pursue in the executive office. Due to
' the stress of business attendant upon
his sudden accession to his jiew duties.
this statement will be isued some time
Iu"ring the coming week.
ALLIES MUST ROUT REDS
(Continued From First PagQ.)
the country. Later these Czecho-blo
vaks were treacherously attacked.
Flat contradiction was given by Am
bassador Francis to statements of pre
vious witnesses before the committee
to the effect that a free press existed
Jn Ttussia. .
The ambassador discussed Colonel
Jtobins at some length. He said he
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FOR SALE BY OWNER
Laurelhurst Home 1150 East Flanders one-half block.
(Bounded by East Flanders, East Thirty-ninth and East
Davis.) Between car line at circle (1 block) and Laurel
hurst Park (3 blocks).
Business requires owner's absence from Portland for several
months at least. Owner now home for a few days and
prepared to show property.
HOUSE; First Floor: Double parlors with fireplace, dining
room, sun parlor, "breakfast room, kitchen, coat closet,
hall. Finished in mahogany, natural woods and" white
enamel; hardwood floors.
Second Floor Large hall, four bedrooms (one con
vertible sleeping porch), two dressing rooms with lava
tory, tiled bathroom, large closets; fireplace; mirrors in
doors. Finished in natural woods and white enamel;
Third Floor Large hall, two bedrooms, two large
storage closets. Finished in white enamel.
Basement full-sized laundry (gas and electrical
equipment); bathroom, toilet; fruit room, coal room, wood
room; extra large new heating plant.
Grounds 4 1-5 lots, highly improved with shrubbery, fruit
trees, privet hedge, summer house, pergolas, children's
playhouse, garden seats, flagpole, concrete sun dial, foun
tain, flower vases, boundary walls, walks. All wood on
grounds set in concrete.
Will Sell Partly Furnished, if Desired
Grounds (original) 9,250
Grounds (improvements) 2,000
Paid Bonded Improve
May Be Purchased For:
$10,000 Cash and
$24,250 (No trades considered)
The above does not include an adjoining fifth lot on East
Davis improved as a garden with concrete walks and trellis,
which may also be purchased if desired.
Office, 607 Title & Trust Bldg. Phone Main 271.
Residence, 1150 E. Flanders St, Phone Tabor 3.142.
f Open for inspection 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Sunday.
Other days by appointment.