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THE DALLES, ORECON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1921.
FINANCING OP HARVEST LEAGUERS FAVOR
'P,J." LEADS TWILIGHT;GROWERS FEARING
IS CRUSHED III
ARCTIC ICE FLOE
II. S. Ill MANDATE
ROW OVER YAP
LARGE VOTE EXPECTED OUT
MONDAY; FOUR CANDI.
$3,000 000 NEEDED FOR OREGON
WHEAT MLN THIS
AROUSED IN I BOSH'S SHIP
S I T D
BUSINESS MEN TO PLAY BALL
FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE
Twilight baseball, an innovation al
ready popular in a number, of Uio larg
PORTLAND GRAND JURY MAKES
ATTITUDE THROUGHOUT INVES
TIGATIONS UNUSUAL, POLICE
By United Vires
PORTLAND, June 18. .Mrs. Harry
Agee, widow of Harry Agee, found
with his throat cut in his home last
Saturday night, waa today indicted for
first degree murdor by the grand Jury,
after it had completed Investigation
of the case.
Evidence against the woman Ilea
chiefly In her unwillingness to testi
fy as an aid to tlio apprehension of
the real criminal, provided that she
Is innocent, the district attorney said.
'Physicians declared that it would
have been Impossible for her husband
to cry "help, help, as she said he
did, when she climbed over him in bed
to go summon neighbors.
Of all witnesses as to t lie man's
condltfon, the woman was tlio least
J. H. Klecker, alleged paramour or
the woman, has established nn alibi.
Police officers declare that Mrs.
Agee's attitude throughout the inves
tigation was unnatural, feeling that,
if innocent she would have been more
solicitous in giving evidence aimed to
convict the slayer of her husband.
She hired nn attorney to protect
herself, apparently assuming her own
guilt, as the district attorney's oH'lee
The testimony of her cix-year-oid
Bon is said to have proven damaging
to her case, when ho testified that-hls
father owned two razors and not one,
as the widow had Insisted.
DALLES TEAM TO PLAY
RETURN GAME IN DUFUR
A large delegation is expected to
accompany the ball team to Dufur to
morrow afternoon where a return
game will be plnyed. Dufur defeated
The Dalles 8 to 0 last Sunday. Ivan
Sharpe, who pitched for Notre Dame
university last year, will be in the
lineup with Tho Dalles, probably in
the box, but yYoolseyi will also be
along and may pitch a portion of the
game. Play will start at 2:30.
IN WIFE'S INNOCENCE
By United Press
TWIN PALLS, Idaho, Juno IS
I firmly believe In my wife's inno
cence," said Paul Vincent Southard,
fifth husband of tho alleged female
bluebeard In the first stalonu-n: he
has made since arriving hero.
"I believe that she is a victim of
circumstances and am cuminced
that she will be triumpheiuly ac
quitted. Southard is malting nn effort to
have his wife released on ball.
BRITISH MINERS MAY
FORCE GENERAL STRIKE
By United Press
LONDON, Juno 18. Striking min
ers will ask other British unions to
a join with them in enforcing (heir mu
tual wage demands, it was announced
Following indefinite adjournment of
the miners' executive council, Frank
Hodges, secretary, said he would ask
the executives of other unions to con
fer with the miners as soon as pos
sible, with the object of taking nation-wide
action to compel recognition
of the miners' demands.
DECLARE WAR ON SECTIONS
By United Pres
WASHINGTON, June 18 Itepre
sentatlves of the American Chemical
society today started war on the
Volstead measure, charging in a com
munication to the house ruls out
Biitiea that the chemical Indus. ty is
"threatened with instruction by the
Objections of chemists worn nl
rected at those ie-llon. deaisnl n , , , , ,,.,. ot Alllr.
hU 'inTSlrhan be S ial n oan " ef,n"""
preparations which can be usel lor; "
liuor subatltutea. ratlm wl " reSt f ,,,81 wori,
Opposition or tho chenbti U hul Theso questions have arisen in con
stering up objection already vdeiM.nectlon with trado. exchange rate
ia the house. ietc, and have prompted the sugges
With more Interest being displayed
than has been noted at nny school
board election In several years, the
selection of two directors to take the
place of W. F. Doak and J. U. Kirk, re
tiring, will be made Monday alter
noon. The election will be held In the
high school building, starting a I. 2
Four candidates are in Hit; field I'm
the two vacant positions on the school
hoard; K. C. Malloy, John L. Rogue,
Ed Kurtz and L. .1. Gates. The two va
cancies on the board are for terms oi
three years each.
Only 21 ballots were cast in Ian
year's school election. The spirit ol
competition has entered Into the race
this -year, however, with Ihe result
that a considerably larger vole is ex
Other members of the board whose
terms have not expired and who will
be held over, are: J. T. itorirk, (icoigr
Cooper and A. S. Roberts.
POUNDS OF EXPLOSIVE
FOUND BY ARMY OF
FICERS. By United Press
TACOMA, June 18. Camp Lewis is
thoroughly mystified by the finding
of a cache of 150 pouvds of dynamite
in a deserted shack behind the camp
remount depot and the hasty flight
of three rought looking civilians when
army officers chanced upon the ren
dezvous. The men might have been bomb
plotters, bank robbers or jail breakers,
according to theories advanced. A plot
to blow up tho cantonment buildings
An artillery private found the
cache two days ago and notified of
ficers. 'No arrests were made.
ROSCOE SARLES WINS
225 MILE UNIONTOWN RACE
By United I'ress
UNIONTOWN Pa June IS Uo.v
coe Sarles, driving a Duesenberg this
afternoon won the1 225 mile automo
bile race. Jules Elllngboe. drivin., -it
tho rate of 10(1 miles an hour, skid
drd around a dangerous turn at
the' 128 lap and was thrown trom
his car with Ills mechanician
EIlAigboo was badly InjureJ but
tl mechanician cseared uulurt
Sarles' speed averaged 97 miles an
hour. He won $5,000,011. Eddie Hearne
took second placo, Eddie Miller third,
Uy, fourth, Soulo, filth and Mur
I T CD
Settlement of Huge Loans Owed
To United States Is Discussed
CABINET CONSIDERS PLANS TO PLACE TEN BILLION DOLLAR OBLI
GATIONS OF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS ON NEGOTIABLE BA
SIS; HUGE BOND FLOTATION EXPECTED.
By Ralph H. Turner
t United News Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON. June 18. The ad
ministration is moving toward an
earli adjustment and refunding of
the foreign loans which are owed to
tho United States. Within the short
est possible time these loans, totalling
110.000,000,000 will be placed on a
definite, negotiable basis.
Settlement of the loan question was
the principal topic of discussion at
Ihe cabinet meeting Friday. At the
close of the meeting tho importance
with which the administration views
the subject wa stated upon the high
est authority and an outline given of
the steps which are contemplated in
solution of the problem.
Foreign loan adjustment, as discuss
ed by the cabinet, involves three lead
ing factors tho granting of Increas
ed authority to Secretary of the
Treasury Mellon, negotiations with
the European governments and the
ability of this country to absorb the
loans after they are converted Into
Tho loan situation is described as
possessing many aspects. Considera
tion of the subject Friday arose
through Secretary Mellon's request
that he be granted more explicit au
thority In making a settlement but it
has been magnified, on repeated ocea-
EXPLORER'S PARTY RESCUED ON
EAST .COAST OF SIBERIA
DY FUR TRADERS.
ARE LANDED AT NOME
ATTEMPT TO DRIFT VESSEL
ICE ACROSS POLE NOT SUC.
By Unilt-d I'n-wi
SAX FUAN( tjJCG-, Jim, IS. -C.ip-alu
Itaold Amundsen, Arctic explor
r, who left lor Alaska last fall wllii
lie Intention of freezing his ship
ill o tin ice block mid remaining in
lie mirth for Devon years In an at
onip: lo prove that ocean currents
airy Ice across the north pole, has
teen rescued al East Capo, accord
ng to a local fur supply house. The
xplorer's ship was crushed In the
Information to this effect was re
ceived from Captain Peterson, who,
alter rescuing Amundsen iind hh
party, made a special trip lo take
them to Nome, Alaska.
The Amundsen part' abandoned the
ship, "Maud," utter having made their
way almost to Siberia. Tho party
then came down the coast and alter
many hardships, reached East Cape,
where Peterson was met.
Captain Peterson rescued Captain
Bartlett, making a similar attempt,
some years ago.
Fur traders froze casks in Hie ice
a number of years ago and they were
found later on the other side of the
north polo, Indicating that they may
have drifted across the pole.
Amundsen's attempt was to make
tho same trip with a ship.
OTTO KAHN DECORATED
By United Press
PARIS, June IS. Premier Briand
received Otto Kahn, New Voik bank
er, In private audience Friday, decor
ating him with Order of Commander
of the Legion of Honor.
BY INCENDIARY FIRE3
Hy United News
PRINCETON, Juno 18. Soldiers
are patrolling the streets of Prince
ton and guarding the buildings of
Princeton university, some of which
contains scientific possessions of
great value to prevent further out
breaks' of incendiary fire, seven of
which during Thursday and Friday
kept the city in alarm. Additional
flro equipment lias been brought
from Trenton and the local trucks
wore ikept standing outside the si a
tlons to save time in making runs.
tion that America cannot relieve her
domestic depression, or determine
her national fiscal policy, until the
loan situation is adjusted.
All these factors have combined to
stimulate the administration In Its ef
forts to clarify tlio loan muddle.
This will bo done, first, by asking
congress to authorize the secretary ot
Ihe treasury to tako the loans out of
their present Indefinite status and con
vert thorn Into definite obligations.
Tho loans are, at present, In the
I'orm of demuTid, promissory notes,
without any provision for conversion
ind without any specific arrange
ments for payment of Interest or pay
meat of principal at time of maturity,
.Under the Liberty loan acts, Hecre
tary Mellon has the authority, in some
Instances, to convert the loans in'n
negotiable paper, but tills uulhoritN
Joes not extend over all the loans.
With Increased authority bestowed
upon Mellon, It Is expected that direct
negotialions would be opened with the
European governments. No difficulty
Is expected in this quarter, arranging
to convert the loans.
An ugreement with the debtors will
bo followed, under the present tenta
tive program, by actual conversion.
It is the administration's plan now to
transform tho loans Into Jjonds of a
negotiable character, these would be
placed In the world market, but the
business of absorbing them is ex-
peeled lo fall mainly upon the United
Slater. The success of tho plan will
tepend, In a large degree, upon how
apldly the bonds aro assimilated in
An effort will b made bv the
Oiegon Cooperative drain Crouvrs
association to raise approrinial ;ly
W.OOO.OUO during the next veinl
weeks lor the purpose of flaunt Ins
the marketing of the 1021 v.-'ie.it
Directors of the association, to-
g-thcr with T. II. West of tie: Was
co County bank, will meet with lead
Ing hankers on Tuesday and Wed
nesday 'of next week and make ar
langeiiients for seeming financial
This plan was decided -.ipon last
night at a meeting of directors of
the Oregon wheal men, assembled
in The Dalles, according to Edgar I,.
Ludwick, organization manager. It is
not expected that all of this stun
will be raised" in Poitlatl. but that
the amount will be spread over the
C-eorge C. Jewett, president of the
Northwest Grain (Irowers, associatj
ed, Is now in Now York, conferring
with Bernard Baruch, hanker, for a .
loan of $10,000,000 for use in I he
marketing of the grain crop of the
four northwest stales; Oregon Wash-
futon, Idaho and Montana. '
The Oregon association does not
Intend to use any of this money un-
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nance out- association without out
side assistance. If, however, we are
unable to secure all of the money
necessary in this slate, we will then
(Continued on Pnce 0.)
PORTLAND WOMAN ENRAGED AT
NEGLECT WHEN SON
My Untied rrcss
PORTLAND, June IS Clarence
Peck early today was shot and ser
iously wounded as lie lay in bed
asleep by his wife, wlio it Is said,
became angeled at his 'having left
iter alone with their sick son for
several nights recently.
Mrs. Peck admitted the sliootln-?.
"For Cod's sake don't let him
confess," slie cried to the police as
she was led to Ihe city Jail, pond
Tho man was conscious when the
police arrived, lie was lushed to
the hospital where an operation was
Neighbors said that Peck did not
conio home at all Thursday night
and arrived last night at 10 o'clock
and immediately went to lied.
llis wife was apparently on the
point of retiring hon Ihe shooting
.An old revolver belonging to Peek
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so. dose mat me man's nigi.t nMHj-arvest lime lo
U'IW llllt-llllll III' lllll llllll'll.ll-
IPeck's condition ls serious but he
He has signed a statement admit
ting Hint he was iespomiib: for tho
shooting, in that lie did not treat
Ills wife right.
Mrs. Peck admits assault wllh a
dangerous 'Weapon, She said that,
she was hysterical from woiry over
the sickness ol her son ami neglect
of her husband. Site believed that
lie wus meeting another woman dur
ing his frequent absences from homo,
Willie the man will live, Hie course
of Hie bullet along Hie splno has
caused paralysis of one side.
Neighbors told thu police that tliey
had small sympathy for Peck but
much for Ills wife. They had noticed
Peck's mistreatment of Ills wife,
SUPPOSED SLAYERS OF SPECIAL
Hy United Prcrs
PORTLAND. Juno IS - Dan Casey
and John Burns were arrested heie
late Friday suspected of being tin
two men implicated in I lie killing ot
Special Ol fleer Phillips Tiioxdm
night lu a gun light In Hie Alblna rail
road yaidu, when Phillips surprised
box cur llilew-r. iu the act of robbing
a box car.
Hurry i'utcrxon, labor, identlflcrl
them n the two men who had engaged
in the railroad raid buttle.
CaKey had a bullet won ml in ills
light aim and another In lih client
One of thf robbers wa-. known
hao been wimndid b Phillip', lire
TENTATIVE DECISION AT GENE
VA MADE ALSO IN MESOPO
LEAGUE DECIDES WASHINGTON
MUST PASS UPON MAN
By Unlti d I'reKf
(iENEVA, Switzerland, Juno IS. -The
Mesopotamia and Yap question!!
have been tentatively decided in lavor
of the United Stales.
While final disposition of thee
probh ins niiist be urr.tn,ed in ' eon
leronces between the United Slate.)
and the allies, Aiuerlt.au diplomacy
cairied its first point when the league
Ol nations council decided that Amor
lean approval was necessary In I lie al-
.locution of mandates.
Caslos Dacunha, tilling over the
presidency of the league to Vlcounl
tui.it ,-,r imi-m imi.ii,.,t .i h,,.i n,.
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' .no mandate to which it had noL gl
IS THIS CHAMPION JACK?
HEARING TO BE HELD IN FALL
Uy United Preps
PAWIIUSKA, Okla., June 18 Hear
ing of the divorce petition of F. K
Uoiilanger, wealthy Osage Indian, in
which lie names "Jack Dempsoy of
I. os Angeles" as co-icsponileut and
who, attoinejs for the Indian say, is
the pugilist, will be held during tho
September term of the district court
iL wn.i announced toda-.M.
2,000 CHORUS GIRLS
J?y United Press
CHICAGO. Juno 18 Chicago'
Itiulto has been turned into a bread
The first nightors and gallery gaz
ers oarao to the rescue of 2,000 chor
us girls who are jobless and penni
Fundi! were being contributed to
a relief fund to tide the girls over
until the show h.isitinss gets on lie
The benefit will wind up with a
bit; picnic which is to be staged to
"Some of tlio lucky girls are now
working as maids and clerks," mild
.Miss Alice Sirwln pretty ballet
dancer. "But most of us cannot find
a - position al all.
"lint we aro going to stick to
gether and til niggle along and Irv
lo make out. We can't go back to Hie
old home town and admit I hat Wi
were failures. Aud then, perhnpi
business will pick up pielty soon,
. - -- - ---7--
Of Better Period For Farmers
STRIKE AGAINST SALE OF RURAL PRODUCTS AT LOW PRICES BE
LIEVED AT END; MIDDLE VEST FARMERS FEEL THEY
WERE MADE TO BEAR LIQUIDATION BRUNT.
By Robert J. Bender
(United News Stall' iiii-BMiiiilenl)
SAUNA, Kan., June IS. The fann
ers' strike against Hie sale of I heir
products is at an end. There will lie
little holding out for higher prices
In this country when the big wheal
harvest is in. Tho hope ol $1 HO,
or oven higher market prices foi
wiieat has vanished. This hope, which
was responsible for miiiio -11,000,00
bushels ol last year's wheal crop still
being the bins on March 1, tills year
has lieiu followed hy a lealizatlon Hint
Hie new crop must ho sold Immediate
ly lu order to get more inonc) In cir
culation anil improve coinlllioiis gen
orally. FnrmnrH who infused to soil
their wheat a year ago for $2. fit) lie
cause tliey were holding out for $ii
aro now reiuonching themselves fin
Ami, with tho decision to end Hp
soiling strike, farmers, as well n
hunkers, nierclianls and others iu
this great wheat bell, believe that
harvest time will muik the beginning
of hotter HmeB.
NnvoriliclnHV, tlio farmers aro iiio.v
or lo rcKllve. Tliey feel that I ho)
went called upon to bear Iliu In urn ol
liquidation first ahd, as tliey viuualU"
Ihe national situation, Uiey leel tliu
no class has been made to Buffer nf
ilie have. Today th'nr chief com
plaint Is lack of credit lucllitlmi.
In the last two days I huvo. talkn"
with limn)' runner In four arm'
wheat ralitlnft parts ol itila unction
With nil It was much Hie sumo story
They declined to sell iheir Ian vem-'
nop because the i xp-r tc d biM
prices und then with lhou-and
er cities on the Paclllc' coast, will
be introduced to The Dalies next Frl
day (Veiling when two teams of U.c i!
In.: bless men, captained by Mayor I'
.1. tadelniaii and John T. File. wilt
ela-ih on the high school baseball
Tills game will lie the first '.f .i
seiies to lie put on under the direc
tion of Community Sen lee, It Is plan
ned, .Major Staileiinan's team will be
made up of players from the cast slue
of -Washington street, while Fries'
learn will bo eonipoied of diamond :;r
lists icsidlug on the vorl i.ld" .1
the n.i mo street.
The game will si art at I! o'clock An
effort will lie made lo have all local
stores close at II on that day, nee vd
ing to II. r, Arbury, Communily net
vice director. An admission ennrge of
LT cents will lie made for adult spec
tator.!. I lie money to lie ii-ied lo i.well
(( 'iillt I Mlliil on Pate (! )
DECLARE FIGHT WILL BE MADE
ON NEWLY PROPOSED RE
DUCTIONS. By J. L. O'Suilivan
(United Press Stuff Correnuoudent)
DENVER, Col., June l.S.-Itepresen-
tatives of the steel workers' union will
meet hero tomorrow to plan a strong -sa10 traln wnB a oariall conslgncd'to
organization campaign in that Indus- New York loaded half and half with
try, ih pieparation lor what they be- Uoyal Auma nn,j wllh uin?3
lleve will bo further wago reductions. A ,(hlni ear ls 1)enj; Hcnt 0,;a:., to
"Judge Gary and othor leaders In Cleveland, Ohio.' It will conmft.. alto-'-Hie
steel industry have indicated they j KoU,01. 0l- lu,,llt Annes, and .mother
will soon reduce wagos again," saia.car nf n;ngy for Minneapolis jistrfnJr
David T. Davlcs, one or the stool del. i in,(0 ready.' This" car is hlaWtyfthV'
gate to tho American Federation o! acc0-,ding to Frazior. ill a prlco wliK-fi''
Labor convention. "There ia one sure WU ot lno EIowe,., a traction better
lilng, and Hint is tboy will go as lar;tmn joi ,,onts !lll0. ovo)... c , f
as they dare."
Davies mill tho steel union had
"conic back strong," aftor the disas-
trout! strike, of two years ago. One rea-1 shippers, publMiod in Tho Chroulue.
son, ho said, was a reorganization in' Friday, to tlio cfiect that ovorlua-J op
tl miimlttee which had charge of erating oxpemito for tlio cooperatives'
the strike. Some of the leaders, in
cluding William 'A, Foster and John
I-'itzpatriclr, would be stronger today
than It was before the strike.
"Koine of Hie mills are operating at
only lifi to 10 percent capacity," he
nalil. ".Many of the men aren't able to
ia their union dues aud organization
campaigns anions mem are contem
plated." Main delegates took lime off from
Ihe convention today lo visit Colorado
Sprln';t an guei.la of Hie T pograplii
iu. helri ill Ihe bin
the credit facii
ilirs were cut off.
'I'll Is disappointment, resulting Irom
'.leellning prices, coupled with lu.ihill'y
lo gel the en illt iloslieil, lias brought
.ilioiil a Hliong Iccllug of aiil.igoulsin
among farmers against the banks
They read bank slateiueuiH, snowing
large profits for lho.se Institutions and
their anger is liicic-iHcd.
Perhaps a liiile Incident whu 'i ha
lust ocelli mil out In n- might illus
train this reeling. The uows uai iii
out I i'uiii KansiiH Clly tho olio,- .
that Ihe Inderal icservo haul; wi;
uboul to build a flue new building
The item added that Ihe huge biouzeil
Jours on (lie new building would to.
In the farm sections the small news
pupil's Immediately snatched Mu
llein lor editorial allnckH lo Hie ot
met that while farmers trugi(h-l
vainly lor ciedit trom the hanks,
ihosn bunks were installing fi.uoo
Tlio credit Issue Is tho Idggosl thing
o tho fanner iu this coiiiilry-and
el, lie has planted more wheal than
le did a year ago, U living as well us
lie ever did, and, except for thu moil
ty im has tied up in bin uusold cropu,
would he able to.meut bin notes at the
bunks as usual.
The situation has not yet reacted
jgalmii tho administration. There Is a
wry marked tendency lu thuuu parts
o give President Harding a chunce to
'tot under way . There Im more and
more talk now, of course, that the
lime Is about litre for boiiio concr"
chI,. The farmers don't expect
(Contluuod un Pjc" 6.)
CONTINUED PRECIPITATION MAY
PREVENT FURTHER SHIP
MENT OF ROYAL ANNES.
PICKING IS HALTED
FIRST CARLOADS LEAVE FOR
EASTERN MARKETS FRIDAY
Success or failure of Ihe new ven
ture in Ihe shipment of 'Royal Anne,
cherries lo Ihe eastern markets being
liiinle tills year by tho Oregon Grow
ers Cooperative association, depends
veiy largely on the weallior within the
next 21 hours.
Scores uf cars carrying Itoyal
Anne i will be sent from here before
Ihe season i.i concluded, If the Inter
mittent rain of today (I003 not hist
too long. Two ilayu of rain, however,
will spoil the crop so that not anotlior
car will bo dispatched.
The rain will crack tlin cherries,
growers fear. All picking was sus
pended In the orchards during tho
morning, and will not bo resumed until
Ihe rain is over. Tlio cherries cannot
lie Hhippol If they are damp,
ISoveiity-flvo percent of tho great
eastern shipments proposed for this
year will consist of Itoyal Amies, ac
cording to J. II. Frazior, manager of
the cooperative warehouse, and ai-
sistant salesmanagor tor the astocia-
fl0 carioad. consigned tc Mht-
11(;.1I)Ull, u,rt hero last nlghti ,n ,Ke
overhead has been paid.
Fraaler today said ho was picpuroJ
t() ,.otllto tnc ,.ial-K0 of Indonendeni
will be so largo a'j to reduce i Do io
turn lo tlio growers lo u (j cent ncl ba
sis, He stands by u provious declara
tion that tlio growers will not 8 to
10 cents over uvery o'hor cost, and
"Our previous Btutoment that wo
expect to net between 8 and 10 cents
took Into consideration an ovo'licad,
expense of 20 percunt more than our
actual estimates," Fruzier explained.
"In other words I am figuring our ov
erhead L'O percent higher Hum 1 real
ly Hung it will he, and with that lid,
illtlonal overhead 1 expect tho grow
ers lo net from 8 to 10 cents."
California Royal Annus have always
readied tlio market as a lllle i'l good
condition. They are usually shl.,:i-l !n
10 pound boxes or 15 pound lug.t, bv
express and refrigerated. t!allf i.nlutf
have reached tho market this year tu
poor condition, duo to rain oi.i::ui;t,
and jel they have maintained big pric
es, according to Fiazter,
Waiico county Itoyal Amies aro be
ing shipped in first class condition.
They are Hie llnest cherries laised
lieie lu leu years, and taking all of
these things into consideration, Hie
local manager feels confident dial thu
Itoyal iine v. 'in lire will be a aueceBS
I id one
Frazicr sum up i.i.isiiU1. for the sue-ciH.-iul
niarketliiK of ltoynl Amies
(tmtlmic J on I'uku G )
PREDICTION'! 01- HUGE DEFICIT,
MADE LURING YEAR, NOT
Uy UultKil Viam
WASHINGTON, June 18 Willi .
dlnary expi mlitureK totnllir." ujnav
more than iB.OtiO.OOO.OOO for the t'isi- I
)our ending In two weuka, Ijiu go
liniment will have kept virtually whh
in its income for Hie I'lmt year slucu
1'Jli. Hie treasury dnpartmeut'g report
Predictions that n huge deficit
would pile up towaid thu ulnae, of tlio
lineal yonr hud been fiooly made for
mouHia hy member of congress anil
The rnpjit lIio-.m tho dlsbut pen c
for Hie year to bo 120,000,000 muro.
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