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HALKM. )I:KM, SUNDAY MOKMVC, MAT" II,
ITIICK FIVK CKXTH
ENTIRE U. S.
IS OVER TOP
IN BIG LOAN
Total Amount of Subscrip
tions Cannot Be Ascer
tamed for Nearly Two
Weeks, Estimates Made.
LAST DAY OF DRIVE
BRINGS LAND SLIDE
Dutch Government Ready
to Surrender Wilhelm
LONDON. May 11. (By
The Associated Press) The
Dutch government his decid
ed to surrender, the former
German jemperor tothe allied
and associated powers, ac
cording to a dispatch from The
Hague to the National News.
Several, Districts Unable to
Get Reports in Some May
Be Turned Back
WASHINGTON. May 10. The
fifth and last! popular war loan, of
the United States has been oversub-
scribed. . j : '.
Although the approximate total
subscriptions, will not be known for
nearly two weeks, figures available
tonight showed that the 1 American
. people had responded generously "to
the appeal to "finish the job."
Like all of Its predecessors, the
Tictotry loan ! suddenly Jumped the
last day of the campaign above the
mark set as j its limit. The day
brought an avalanche of subscrip
tions which banks could not attempt
to count until next week. None of
today's harvest was included In the
toUl $3,849,638,000 subscriptions
officially tabulated tonight by the
treasury and! officials would not be
surprised to see the final figures go
to nearly six billions. Only $4,
500,000,000 will be accepted.
GIaa Issue Statement. j
Late today Secretary Glass issued
this statement: - - f
While, -official reports to the
treasury today show only 83,845,
6381000 subscribed up to noon, un
official advices from, the districts
Indicate that without any doubt the
victory loan Is already oversubscrib
ed with every district making a de
termined effort to gather in every
possible " subscription - before mid
- night. . ' -. .TT" :- ; i ,
"Thus for the fifth time the coun
try has met the call of the treasury
department for the funds required
nd the great liberty loan organiza
tion has once again proved Its
metal.". . j ." ' ; I "
The only guage by which officials
could attempt to estimate subscrip-
Phez Company Contracts
for 200 Tons of Prunes
Contracts of thi. Phei company
lor pramtHHy 20 ton of the 11-1?)
cit.p tf ilalian prunui on Si acres
ij me vanity cr Salon were -re
ottded yesterday. In most of the
cases the.rice is $CG.6 a ton and
in one contract is $1.40-per bushel
oi 60 pounds. c
Those Contracting to, sell the
prunes wnth their respective acre
ages and estimated crops are as fol
lows: ! i - i
Robert Balliert route 4, 7 apres,
20 tons, $BC68. D Rogers, route 9,
& acres, 9 tons, $66.66., W. H.
Facrr, Macleay. 6 acres, 1 8 tons,
$50. j D. C. Minto, Salem, 50 acres,
100 tons,v $66.66. N. E. Abbott,
SaTem, 2 acres, 9 tons,. $50. C. E.
Denham, route 7, 14 acres, S6tona.
$1.45. per; bushel of 60 pounds.
OF FLIGHT IS
iyiuui mug lcucc
Put in Effect By
Deep Satisfaction Expressed
by Officers When Two
, Planes. Reach Trepassey
Bay for Jump Off.
AIRSHIP MAY ALSO
LEAVE IN FEW DAYS
Abner Lewis Sells Farm
; Aft 50 Years Ownership
After awning Ot property for .50
yearsi. Abn?r Lewis has soil his 1'60
roe faroi to Ceoge Doz'er for S2S,-
5 C 0. j The Joed v. as r? crde: yes
irday Theprop?rt is highly ihv
"Mr. Lewis live! on th-3 farra for
38 yearsi leaving it abont 12 years
Warden Claims Harrison
Legally Held in Prison
Alleging that the committment of
George Harrison to the state peni
tentiary i from . Multnomah county
was legal in every way. Warden R
Li. Stevens of the institution yes
terday made return in the circuit
court to the habeas corpus proceed
ings instituted by Harrison to se
cure his release.
Harrison alleges that lie was never
formally committed to the institu
tion. Hearing In the matter will be
American Blimp to Make
Trial Trip from Newfound
. land to Montauk Point
(Continued on page 6)
CHEMAWA IS LOSER
CORVALLJS. Oregon. May 10.
Ja a dual trick meet here today,
Oregon Agricultural College fresh
men defeated Chemawa Indian school
Z9h td 37.
1 Kool Kid Leathers I
WASHINGTON. May 10. Arrival
at Trepassey Bay, N. F., of two of
the, three American navy seaplanes
which started from Rockaway. N.
Y., on the trans-Atlantic flight, insures-
the success of tne whole en
terprise In the opinion of naval of
ficers here. When the report reached
the navy department tonight tnat
the second of the planes, the NC-3
had reached Trepassey Hay In to
day's flight from Halifax, after it
had been forced to turn back because
of. a broken propeller, officers were
unable to conceal their deep satis
faction. The third plane, the NC-4, was
still at Chatham Light, Mass., to-
nigm, reiuung 10 continue me trip
to Trepassey Bay. The plane may
get started tomorrow and it was gen
erally expected that the actual pass
age across the Atlantic would not be
attempted until the NC-4, also
reached the New Foundland jump
ing off place. The decision rests.
however, with Commander Towers
aad f may be dependent largely on
Date Is Uncertain.
It may be some days before th
men and machines at Trepassey nay
nre ready for thelong flight to the
Azores. This is the longest lex of
the I journey, 1,200 to 1,350 nauti
cal miles, depending upon the land
ing place selected.
The NC-1, commanded by Com
mander Bellinger, Is considered as
having made a remarkable flight
from Rockaway to Trepassey Bay,
covering jU3t 1,0 (f0 miles. The to
tal flying time was stx minutes less
than 18 hours, or an average of
more than 62 knots an hour. If that
average is maintained, the Azores
could be reached in less than 22
hours of flying. Lisbon, Portugal
the first European stop,. is only 800
'nautical miles from that place.
Undoubtedly, it was said, the off!
cers and men aboard the planes will
need rest and the machines need
thorough overhauling before the ac
tual flight for Europe is started. The
preparations of the department,
however, have been completed al
ready and very brief nctice will be
required, to set the radio signals of
the station ships between Trepassey
and the Azores going, providing th
audible guide, posts for the air cruises.
. BERLIN, Friday. May 9. (By
The Associated Press) A "week of
mourning" has been decreed by the
government to give expression to the
"sorrow and1 depession called
forth by the 'announcement of the
peace terms. The week will begin
Te decree provides that public
frivolity must be stopped for a per
iod of 'eighty days. Its provisions af
fect the first class theaters, as well
as the. popular cabarets. Dancing,
horse racing and gambling will Le
suppressed and the occasion probab
ly will be used to put a definite end
'to the gambling frenzy which Is hold
ing greater Berlin In its tentacles. A
season of soulsnarchlng would seem
to be the most probable reaction to
the frivolity and gambling which has
been in progress. .
On the day the ieace ter,ms were
published here the Karlschort race
track took in more than 130,000
marks In gate receipts, while the bet
ting sheds distributed 3,'00,000
During the week of mourning the
OF LOD GEMEN
Allied Flotilla Takes
Offensive at Archangel
ARCHANGEL. Mays 10.
I By The Associated Press)
The allied, river flotilla has
taken the offensive on the
Dvina and Vaga Hirers. The
flotilla bombarded Tulgas. on
the Dvina. and Kitzka on the
Upward ot ZUUU Udd fellows nnrrn CUAUJIVT
and Rebekahi Are Expect
ed to Register in Salem
for State Sessions.
TO BE HEADQUARTERS
Crowds Enthusiastic and
Racers Fast in First
Allies Can Admit of No Dis
cussion of Their Right to
Insist Upon Peace Terms
TO TALK TO GERMANS
Enthusiasm among the crowds of I
Arrangements Are Made for rto- and speed mch speed mrM:j'a fir it c vtr.u p,-
O a . f among the participatlns boys ad rc,,"5n 1 U 9 n,u Tcr
Room Assignments from
T)etails of all arrangements have
been made and the program corn-
cabinet expects thai the federated pleied for the grand lodge session
states wll give loyal, co-operation to
Its endeavor to have every city, tnwn
and hamlet observe the occasion.
girls marked the bicycle races held
yesterday on Court and State
ptreeU under the auspices ot a group
pf Salem cycle dealers. So success
ful was the tiieet that the sponsors
are going to stage a BimJlar group
sonally Direct Answers to
Inquiries on 14 Points
Part of Republican Senators
Don't Want Penrose
' and Warren
of traffic through the efforts of one
ot the Salem police assisted by men
from the various shop? and there
were no accidents. A fevr boys were
spilled but escaped Injury.
Following are the results of the
Men's Footwear in Various Styles of Easy Tread f
Lasts for Summer Wear Verjf Reasonably Priced,
One j social function after another will lc the order in
Saleni for several weeks to cnie. There will he
iconventions, commencements, ; home-comings, etc.
All during increasingly warjm weather. 3Ien,
provide Footwear for the ojecasions. Heav 1
. calf leathers are suggestive of frost p
and snow. Lighter leathers wear gi
just as well in drj-j weather
and are a heap more .
: The shoe illustrated above is a
fine Kid stock of the Blucher
type i! made on a last of easy
and conservative lines. Good
oak, soles, welted and made by
the famous White House Pli
able j Tread
restful shoe .
Por the man who likes a last
that! comes to the point com
monly called the English last
i t . " nave a ,
jj splendid Black
M Kid Bal. at . .
inen ine otner type, as blunt
as an officer's command, an
easy walker, Black-Kid Bal. on
U. 3. Army
The flow instep foot will like
the association ot the "Hug me
closd feel of this Combination
last. 1 A splendid
lightj Kid Bal.,
for summer . ,
Black Kangroo the peer of
all leathers for a man's fine
Shoe. Takes a high polish.
keep smooth, outwears 4 other
Bal.! . . .
. HATXOOX MAY GO
. ST. , JOHNS, N. ., May 10. The
United States navy may start an
ait?hip on a trans-Atlantic flight al
most simultaneously with; Its sea
planes, it was lep.rned here today.
Soon after the information came that
the C-5, latest of American navy di
rigibles, would leave Mo.itauk Point,
N. Y., for New Foundland in a few
days, it was asserted, that if this
trial trip, is successful the blimp
probably would be sent on Its way
j The American project, kept secret
during the long period f prepara
tion, became known today when the
cruiser Chicago arrived to 'act as a
base ship for the dirigible. St.
Johns will be the terminus of the
1200 mile test run and the starting
point of the versea3 flight if one
' Flagship Dispatched. .
( The Chicago, flagship of . Rear Ad
miral Spencer S. Wood, had been
ordered to proceed hurriedly from
New York to St. Johns, a group of
naval aviation experts on board, blx
officers and twelve men beta as
signed to duty as staff of the flying
field to be established here.
The Chicago had aboard also sup
plies for the base, including car
buys of gas for replenishing the
dirigible's supply. These had been
long prepared and bore stencilled la
bels showing they were intended for
"trial trip." '
The decision to test out the C-5
at present, it was said, was made
because of the opportunity to make
use of the string of patrols set up
for the naval planes.
WASHINGTON. May 10. Repub
lican plans for the' organization of
the next senate were discussed to
day at several conferences of Re
publican members with Senator
Lodge of Massachusetts. Republican
leader and also at a gathering of
tight senators generally considered
as included In the progressive por
tion of the party.
Senator Borah of Idaho, who
called the latter group together, an
nounced after the meeting that he
and Senator Johnson of California,
bad Been authorised tc notify Sena
tor Lodge that , the eight senators
were opposed to the election of
Senators Penrose of Pennsylvania
and Warren, of Ohio, as chairman of
the finance and appropriations com
"Thi does not necessarily imply
any break In the Republican party."
added the Idaho senator, "but only
shows our determination to effect a
good organization as we see it."
Others at the conference were
Senators Cummlngs and Kenyon of
Iowa; and Johnson. California.
These senators, it was said, hope to
force the organization conference of
Republicans .to be public.
They said no agreement was made
among them as to any substitutes in
place of either Mr. Penrose or Mr.
During the afternoon. Senator
Lodge conferred with Senators Pen
rose. Moses of New Hampshire. New
and Watson, Indiana and Smoot,
It was said their discussion was
confined to organization questions
Although declining to make state
ments; these senators let it be known
that an understanding had been
reached that any fight among Re
publicans would be confined to the
of Oregon Odd Fellows aad the state
Rebekah assembly, beginning ' next
Monday. May 19. and continuing to
and including F:1day, May 23. This
is the centennial year of the I. O.
O. F.. the lodge having been organ
ized in the year 1819.
Upwards of 2000 visitors are ex-1 various races:
pected in Salem for the week. Del- Boys free for all, two miles
egates and visitors will be required First place, Harlan M'.Claln on a
to register immediately upon their Ifarley Davidson; time 5 minutes
arrival in Salem. All room asfgn- ad 50 seconds; second place. Fred
ments will 'be nude from the Mar- Davenport: third. John Brookins;
ion hotel, by written request If de- fourth. Claude Robertson: fifth,
sired. Registration headquarters Earl Meeks; sixth. Walter Wlndland;
will be at the Commercial club and seventh. Raymond Long; eighth, Lo-
information bureaus will be located I vinus Linn.
at the Commercial' club, in the lob- . Second race, girls' free for all.
by of the state house, and at Odd I one quarter of a mile Mary Smith.
Fellows temple at Court and High I riding a "Rover, first place; ec
TIERLIN. Fridav. Mar 9,
of races as a part of the Fourth of Uounclng that Count von Brockdorff-
f I V MlAhi-ttllAH I ak ....
. . ... . i nanizau; nead or the German peace
. . 'TV '"""P1'11"7."'" delegation at Versailles, would re-
Andi the man that likes a little
color not conspicuously
bright, just enough to get away
from black will find the cool
ing appeal of a dark Havana
Brown Kid in
t hist stylish Eng
lish Balmorral at
The Salem Commercial club has
made aa especial request that all
visitors make the club rooms thei?
headquarters. The entire club will
be at the dUposal of visitors and
delegates and friends of the order.
Salem lodge No. ZZt. B. P. Q. Elks
has extended an invitation to all vis
itors to make use of its club rooms
on Liberty street and the Salem
ond. Hazel George oa a "Niagara:
quest a personal interview .with
President Wilson, the semi-official
German news agency's correspond
ent at Versailles stated that the
meeting would be asked "for oral
The allies can admit of no dis
cussion of their right to Insilt upon
terms of the peace treaty substan
tially a drafted.
This 4s the reply toCouai von
Brockdorfr-Rantzau. head of the
German peace delegation, who sub
mitted a note to Premier Clenier.
ceau declaring that the peace treaty
contains demands whica could be
borne by no people, and many of
them incapable of accomplishment.
Count von Brockdorff-Raatzan
third. Louise Nunn; fourth. Esther Bm already Informed, in an
Hyde; fifth. Rosalie Buren; sixth.
Bertha Bullock, seventh. Helen Bee-
Third race, open to all boys un
der 12 years, riding one halt mile
First place. Harold Burns; second,
Alter the boys haa their races.
the dealers entered a friendly peed
swer to his complaint that Germany
was asked to rign the allied plan
for a league of nations, although not
among the states invited to enter,
that the admission of additional
members states has not been over
looked, but has been explicitly pro
vided for in the covenant.
public library will be open to visit-111 eon, which resulted as
irs. In the reading -oom will be
found all the current periodicals and
follows: First place. Harry Scott;
second. Robert Perllch: . third. Ar-
, SCHEIDKMAXX INSTRUCTS .
PARIS. May 10. I By The A-o-clated
Press) President Wilson
newspapers. The same courtesy w!lln,lr H- Moore; foutth, Lloyd Rama-1 will personally direct such answers
be extended by the Oregon State li
brary in tbj? supreme coutt building.
Meeting places for
will be as follows:
as may be decided upon concerning
The first two prizes for the races! German inquiries on the peace treaty
were as follows: differing from the president's four
Boys free for all Ftrit. $15 gold teen points,
watch; secoad. 19 pair tires. This was announced in high quar-
.Vnr fhm rirW rMul.Fln t!r- .... .
rit.v. f:i. ,7 j t A I . ' " - -"Mini ivua7 iu tvuueruoo wna int in-
Patriarchs Militant, Monday. I. O. second. $4 tire. Uructlons which Chancellor Rrh.iA.
For the boys race, under 12 years mann has given the German plenlpo-
oi age rirsi. nicycie waicn. aec-1 tentlafles at Versailles to address a
ona, if lire.
A. L Fraser of Salem
Put in Charge of Zone
ASTORIA. May 10 Endorsement
of tl; reconstruction, program as pro
vided In the measure to be voted at
the coming special statewide special
election in June and pidging of each
of its members to labor for the suc
cess of that measure was the burden
of a resolution passed here today by
the master plumbers association of
Oregon at its 17th annual conven
tion The convention was convened
with 75 delegates present Trom all
sections of the state and closed with
a banquet tonight.
Officers to serve during the. com
ing year were elected as follows:
Charles Pullman. Portland, presi
dent; W. X. Smith. Astoria, vice
president; T. J. Rowe. Portland,
secretary; E. G. Ruedy, Portland,
In order to facilitate the work of
the organization the state was di
vided into four zones each in charge
of a delegate at large, who is to act
in cooperation with the state offi
cers. The delegates appointed for
the respective zones are: No. 1, W.
T. Finnegan. Portland: No. 2. R. F.
Zachman. Tillamook: No. 3. A. C
Fraser. Salem; No. 4. F. W. Rishop.
O. F. hall.
Grand Encampment, Tuesday, Hall
Rebekah Assembly, Tuesday a. m..
armory; all other sessions In the sen
Grand Lodge. Wledntsday a. m..
armory; all other sessions in Hall
Rebekah Lodge. Moaday evening.
I. O. 0 F. hall.
Grand Reception, Tuesday even
ing, armory. I
Eccampment Degree. Tuesday ev
ening. I. O. O. F. hall.
Rebekah Degree, Wednesday even
Subordinate Degree. Thursday ev
Special Program," Thursday even-
The following committees of ths
SaU-m organizations have' been
Subordinate committee: Executive
R. G. Henderson. W. A. Wiest, C.
O. Engstrom. -A. N. Moores. C. E.
Albin. George II. Burnett. F. E.
Churchill. Badges George H. Bur
nett. W. M.ISiegmund. W. A. Cum
minKS. Halls C. E. Albin. A. T.
Two Sailors Killed in
Charleston Race Riots
ported to have been killed and a YH
miber of persons wounded, eight "d J1!" on ",0lal q,
verely. in a race riot which broke ii 'f Wle tl
CHARLESTON. S. C. May 11.
Two sailors and four negroes are
reported io have been killed and a
out here late last night and contin
ued until early this morning.
W The trouble was said to have
grown out of the shooting of a sail
or by a negro In a downtown pool
room. In a short while blue lack-
of Representatives, statelets from the naval training station
note to the allies comparing the
terms of the treaty with the fourteen
points and making a counter propo
sal for verbal negotiations.
The view is held by the American
delegation that Herr Scheidemanns
objections are not well taken that
the treaty la contrary to the pref
dent's fourth point on disarmament
contains a provision for Germany's
disarmament this is preliminary to
the generaTimitation of armaments
by other nations and. that the cove
nant or the league makes a general
restriction of armaments.
Herr Scbeidemann's Contention
that the German colonies are deliv-
Jiere and elvilia'ia . tnlnrd in the
fiht- Tt m sovorai hmi-a Wor erea to tne allies contrary to lrei-
the rioting could be nuelled. I denl Wilson's fifth point is met by
me statement mat tne colonies are
y ' Ttf I I uncini K9 iuq -allies, tui iu
Lone DOy WlIlS tueene I tne league of nations, which admln-
If a t D J " 1 11 LI1"'" ineni mrougn mandatories tor
meet tor tieamond tttgn the benefit of their native peoples.
Concerning the yroposal for ver-
EUGENE, Or., May 10. Arthur I bal negotiations, it is said that much '
Tuck. 17-year-old athlete from Red-Ijexplanatonr detail nrobablr witf be
Woolpert. R. W. Simeral. Trains andlmond. Oregon, won seven first and I done verbally, but that any proposi-
ttonms u. r,ngstrom. r uimore one second in the state Inthr-schol-1 Hon for a general opening of verbal
'?" ." - oeorge ix. uur- as tic meet at tne University or Ore- negotiations will be rejected.
vnurcniii, ii. . Aimer-iron tnia arternoon. winnmr tne
FILIXCE GETS MORE CREDIT
I WASHINGTON, illay 10. Estabr
lishment of ai new credit of $50,
000.000 in favor of France was an
nounced today by the treasury. This
intakes France's total credit from the
United States. 12,802.477.000 and
credits for all the allies $9,288,
829,000. . '
i AGGIES LOSE GAME
CQRVALLIS. Or.. May 10. Uni
versity of Washington 3; Oregon Ag
ricultural College 1.
ADMIRAL THOMAS DIES
PACIFIC GROVE. Cal.. May 10.
Rear Admiral Chauacey Thomas, re
tired, U. S. N.. died here last night,
it was learned today.
al. Oliver Darling. Richard Carlson.
Information bureau J. B. Cheno
wth. W. M. Pettitt. A. N. Moorea.
Grand reception F. E. ChurehllL F.
L. Waters. s Parade F. L. Waters.
J. B. Chenowth. Wt, A. Cummlnra.
Publicity and printing W. A. Wi
est. Lyle Bartholomew. John Gosser.
L. C. Zimmerman. Street decora
tions Lyle Bartholomew. Charles
JacqueL John Gosser, T. C. Gosser.
Subordinate degree W. A. Cum-,
mings. C. E. Alhia. Encampment
degree John Cornforth. Rithard
Carlson. F. E. Churchill. Muscovites
R. G. Henderson. W. A. Cumruingf.
Patriarchs militant Film ore Tyrell.
N. E. Bell,. Amos Vass.
Rebekah committee: Executive
Elsie B. Simeral, Faye Wriaht. Liz
zie A. Wate.s. Hall3 Iviadene
Hubbard. Wilda Siegmund. Badges
Lizzie A. Waters. Faye Wrijtht. El
sie B. Simeral. Trains and rooms
Gertrude Cummlngs. Florence Har
lan. Mrs. Pascal L. Traglio. Mary
Rogers, Clara Wills. Gertrude West.
Hattle Came:on. Edith McElroy,
Irene St. Helen. Publicity aad print
ing Lizzie A. Waters. Alma Hen
derson. Hattie Busick. Information
Hattle Busick. Pearl Swanson.
Florence Viesko. Parade Elsie B.
Simeral. May G. Culver. General re
ception Matilda Jones. Edith Ben
edict, Pearl Nichols. Decorating
Alma Henderson. Ruth Parsons, X.
B. Churchill. Eugenia Siegmund. L.
J. Simeral. Memorial Faye Wright
Elsie B. Simeral, Lizze A. Waters
meet for his school single-handed.
He made 38 points. Tnck broke
three state high" school records, the
1 Ob-yard dash, in 10 seconds, the
dlecus throw. 123 feet, 10 Inches
and the javelin throw, 174 feet. 8
inches. Besides these he won the
DELEGATION GIVKX REPLY
(By The Associated Press)
. No discuuion of the right to in
sist upon the terms of the peace
treaty will be permitted the Ger
mans by the allied powers. This Is
the reply which Premier Clemen-
2 2 0-yard dash, 120 yard hurdles, the. cean. chairman of the conference,
high jump, the shot put and took has made to the delegation rep re
second in the broad Jump. " Wash- senting Germany, which. In addl
Ingf'n high of Portland won secoad tion to complaining about stringency
place with 14 points; North Bend of the conditions. Is seeking to ob
hlgh made 10; Hood River high 8; tain a general opening of verbal ne
Llpcoln high of Portland 7; Medford gotiations.
nign ; ueoanon nixn ; James onn Germany's neace nleninotontlar-
hlgh of Portland 3 and Corvallis I fes have submitted two notea to the
Influenza Epidemic Hits
School on Short Notice
(Continued on page 6)
aiuea ana associated powers in an
swer to the peace terms they re
Xote are Presented s
Unofficial reports from Berlin
and Paris say that the notes were
presented to "Premier Clenienccau.
as chairman ot the peace conference
by Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau.
MARSHFIELD, Or.. May 10.
Fifteen students In the consolidated
school at Coos River near here, were chairman of the German delegation.
issen m wim iniiuenza aunng tne Friday night. According to a Ber
day pessJon At jschool yesterday nn report the German answer de
and a number were ao weak before I Pi,r tb iMr trt- fc. in it d-
wchool was dismissed that they could mands which no people could bear
... ,r" l" ir. nou,e- ac and German experts think many of
wording to word received today. Tne them cannot be carried out. The
s i . . ,n ,ne D'll,ainK was other note contained German plans
ymwrT7 nospuai ana foT m igue of nations and Is sal4
fleer. has been attending them con
stantly. About 10 eases had devel
oped wnthln the preceeding two
days. Cooa River eonvmnnlties had
escaped the Influenza until the late
to have been accompanied by a com
plaint that Germany, although not
Invited to enter it. was asked to
agree. to the allied plan.
The reported answer of the Ger-
( Continued on page C)