The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, August 17, 1919, Magazine Section, Page 4, Image 84

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NEW YORK ferryboats put out of
- business by . building the new
tube under the river have been
converted into "preventoriums" and
used as open-air schools for children
threatened with tuberculosis. .
But for the splendid work of the
American " relief committee thousands
of children in Poland would have per
ished because of the famine of food
stuffs in that land. At Karno, -Lithuania,
is one of the populous centers in
which the children have been served
and saved.
Just before starting 'on the flight
around the borders of the United States
the Martin bomber plane was caught by
the camera on another airplane with
the Washington monument in the back
ground. Lieutenant-Colonel Jattz is in
command for the circumnavigating: trip.
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During the recent street-car strike in
Chicago trucks and automobiles be
came the -principal conveyances and
were insufficient. Car barns of the
street-railway company were closed for
the first time in many years.
President Wilson was the recipient,
while in France, bf prize roosters
bought by Admiral Knapp for the "Big
Four."- After returning home he pre
sented them to Alabama, through rep
resentatives of that state at Washing
ton. Representative Royal C: Johnson,
chairman of the sub-committee that is
investigating conditions that existed in
American army prison camps in France,
is bringing out some astonishing sto
ries from witnesses called to testify.
Brigadier-General William W. Harts is
blamed by Lieutenant-Colonel J. Leslie
Kincaid, Judge-advocate of the 27th
division, and also by "Hard-boiled"
Smith, for the conditions.
Motor cars are almost entirely ab
sent from Berlin and other German
cities. During the recent strikes there
that prevented operation of streej cars
horse-drawn vehicles were the only
means of passenger travel.
At the annual celebration of Frontier
day at Cheyenne, Wyo., some splendid
horsemanship, was shown by Kitty
Ganutt, .who won second place in the
women's broncho-busting contest. Ruth
Roach won first place. Thousands of
eastern tourists attended the event.
From the Philippine Islands a team
of expert riflemen selected from' the
organized scouts of the islands came to
compete with the best marksmen of the
nation at the Caldwell. N. J., range.
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