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KALKM, OREGON, TIESIAV MOK.MXU, Al'Ul'HT 10. 1IK.
riUCX FIVE CXXTS
MAKE WAR ON
GOVERNMENT IS MAKING DI A Pll A lV
Premiers Decide To Reimpose
i Russian Blockade and Fur
nish Munitions and Techni
cal Advice to Poland
ITSELF APPEAR SILLY
MAXXIX KAYS IT WAS MERELY
Archbishop Refers Without Com.
nient To HU Removal From
PLYMOUTH. Eneland. An 9.
"I think the government is making
11 worse lor inemseives man ror me. it s J C i it
They are putting me to a little incon-1 UnitefJ DtateS in lOnStam
venience but are making themselves
Thus spoke ArchbishoD Mannix of
Australia to six rriests and a few
newspapermen who greeted him on
hts arrival here tonight, from Pen
The archbishop chatted several
minutes, during which he referred
without comment to his removal
Communication With Brit
ain and France No Policy
Has Been Determined! On
DEAD SOLDIERS' MOTHER!
IS RUDELY SWINDLED
OBTAINS MONEY OX PROMISE TO
Government Issues New Warning-
All Possible Information Is
I GOVERNOR STUDIES
KPECIAL AGENT LOOKS VP DATE
FOR VKK IX LAWMAKING .
FRENCH FAVOR STRONG
PftI IfV - RDtTICU Hfll fi I Irom the Baltic, and the restrictions
W-W llllLdS I nlareri on hi. mnv.mcnt. 1I nrrv.
ceeded for ondon.
German - Territory Will Be
Further Occupied If She
WASHINGTON. Aug. Expos
ure of what A war department an
nouncement enaracierixes as "a de. 1 r tit T.l . j n
picabie swindle- by which the moth- une way tickets and rartly
er of a dead soldier was the victim,
prompted today a new warning by
the department that relatives of the
soldier dead should pay no money
o any person or organization for
information as to burial places. In
quiries will receive prompt attention.
iha waptilns1 Iff
" 1 I M a - m mm arva m a
In the case exposed the grave of I aUKLHAKUfc WILL APPLY
the soldier was never located. The
Used Round Trip Tickets
So!d?Prior to August ZSSfiSJSEP
WiU Be Honored
Iavey YUils Ilood River, Astoria,
Portland, Bend and Other Points
Governor Olcott said yesterday
that be is making an intensive "Inves
tigation Into the Japanese sunauon
in Oresoa for the purpose or collect
ing data for the use of the executive
department, the state legislature or
or . aepan-
The Information may be submitted
to the special congressional commit
tee which has been looking up Ori
ental conditions on the coast ana
which was expected to visit this state.
Frank Davey as the governors
tne souner was never locateo. lb Tfi ct CCpCDC APTFR fiATT "Pectal agent in the Inquiry, has Tis
swlndler told the mother he would I I tl DLLtr tlVO At 1 tI UA 1 L I ,a Astoria Portland. Hood River
visit Washington if she would pay I I a -om. other points and he will
a S a a, . B
Bis expenses ana see wnai couia te
done. Later he reported success and
Says League Is Practical So
lution of Practical Situa
tion No More Perfect
Than Original Constitution
ALWAYS BE SUPREME
HYTHE, August 9. (By The As
sociated Press The Hythe confer
ence, hurriedly called Sunday to con
sider means to save Poland from the
Bolshevik menace, ended today with
an agreement between Premier Lloyd
George and Premier Millerand on the
aid to be given Poland.
. Will Impose Blockade.
' After the premiers decided to re-
impose the blockade on Russia and
to furnish munitions and technical
advice to Poland. Lloyd George got
. Millerand to withhold application
of aid until after preliminary results
of the conference at Minsk between
Bolshevik and Polish representatives
. M. Millerand, who had urged the
Trench policy .-which Included the
blockade and strong defensive meas
ures, was obliged to yield somewhat
to the milder policy of the British
premier, m ho was determined that
ao allied aid should be used in Po-
land. ' H'-.- ","
Depends On Red Attitude.
Establishment or a defensive line
In Poland, considered by the confer
ence, if carried out, would, accord
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9. Com
mitment of the United States to a
p'lan of action in the Polish crisis
its Than 1 Month May Be
C VT PO T.- 1 t . A
When asked if he cared to say any-IUOUbt LiieCUVeneSS 01 fTO- Uhat the body would be sent home.l llCketS tSearing Longer LlTA-
luiiig auuui nis misMun, ArcoDiROop
Mannix replied: "I have no mission
in England; my landing In England
is involuntary. I had no desire to
go to England, but I wanted to go
to Ireland. Ireland is my home. 1
am a native of Ireland, and It is sev
en years since I left."
The prelate departed on the night
train for London.
posed Blockade It Al
PRICE OF SUGAR ,
continued to be held In aTnjyance to-lTen Opponents Admit Ten
j nunc wviu w9 wutft incivvi
of the decision of France and Great
Britain to impose a blockade on so
In Touch With Allien.
jThe note dispatched by Poland tel KAjBIIVILLE. Tenn., Aug. 9. The
the United States has not been re-1 Tennessee legislature, meeting in ex-
nessee Will Be 36th State
Retailers Announce No
It was stated, however, that
I Now 521:25 Wholmle But SL.EKST'-.V An..?.".
Great Britain and that the situation
was occupying the almost exclusive
attention of foreign affairs official.
I Effectiveness of the proposed
blockade was seriously questioned by
officials who declared a blockade
had been maintained by the British
in the Baltic sea since the armistice.
The blockade, although . never for
mal Ik acknowledged; has prevented
Importation into Russia of any goods
the allies desired to keep out, they
PORTLAND, Or.. Ang. 0. Lower
priced sugar will go on sale in Port
land tomorrow, the first shipment of
a recent' allotment at a reduced price
Of f 1.7 a sack reaching here today
on the steamer Johan Poulsen. The
Poulsen brought more than 300 tons
traordinary session to act on suf
frage, today heard, Governor Roberts
arte prompt ratification and then
adjourn until tomorrow.
Ratification resolutions, - leaders
raid tonight, will be offered tomor-
iow and referred to committees. A
vote is not regarded as probable be
fore the end of the week.
Both advocates and opponents of
I atlf (ration in statements expressed
confidence In the outcome! of the
fight to make Tennessee the 63th
state , to ratify. Anti-suffragists
while Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt.
consigned to wholesalers here.
Wholesalers have announced the I riafmeri without hivinr hrnVn thai MldBt of that iairlii amma
JOODing price at XZ1.7 a Sack IOri,(Vrtt nnwor I cuffr- aunrlilinn. AmrA Iff Ik.
own urucrs. on oraer w There was no reason to expect, it 1 members pledged to ratification
tog to opinion here, be regarded by 3ay had not ,0rm1 "nounce-
theBriUsh and French as more than blockade already existing
a olan to aid Poland: it woolTb in
effect s cordon sanitalre, to keep the
Bolshevik from western Europe. But,
from what happened at the closing
of the conference. It is considered
that much will depend on the Bol
shevik attitude at Minsk.
It was made clear at the confer
ence that the allies, havlns estab
lished Poland by the peace treaty, in
tend to stand by her Jn every waT
short of declaring war.
Will Warn Germany
Tha InflneneA of the Polish Crisis
on Germany and the treaty of Ter
aallles were discussed and it is un
derstood that should there oe any
indication of German cooperation
with the Bolshevikl. Germany will
be warned that further occupation of
German territory will follow.
- The desire of Lloyd George for s
peaceful settlement of the Russo
Polish controversy was the reason
for the unexpected prolongation of
the conference. It is believed M.
Millerand wanted a stronger poller
trnmAAlatelv. It is admitted
.yyuvu ..mm. . . ,
nnntfiriai inarters. however, tnai
If the present plans are carried out
the situation may oe oescnucu
sort of. war.-
a Ai.Hm f!onnted OKU
American participation n th9 as
sistance to be given to Poland was
not discussed. All allied Pi",""'
drawn on the assumption that the
rr.tt.ut state would not assist.
Washington dispatches Tln.p.re"
j , u'ti.nn la keenlv interested in
Poland, were not taken notice of of
ficially, though unouiciainy uk
was expressed in British circles that
the United States M Priic,aV.in
the allied efforts to exclude Bolshe
vism from western Europe should
such efforts become necessary. :
tion for tomorrow, the. latest retail
quotation being $22.75 a sack.
British Organized- Labor
Would Do Its Best to
iLOXDON. Aug. J.--War between
the allies and soviet Russia over Po
land would be "an intolerable crime
against . humanity," and British la
bor has warned the British govern
ment that organized labor will be
used to defeat such a war. This de
cision was reached today at a meet
ing of leaders of British labor.
lit was resolved to "take euch
steps as may be - necessary to carry
the decision into effect."
- . A "committee of action. appoint
ed, will see Premier Lloyd George
tomorrow. The : conference is re
garded as having presented an ulti
matum to the government threaten
ing direct action
British workingraen held meetings
in many manufacturing towns today.
notably at Liverpool, Glasgow. Man
Chester. Nottingham and London, C I I
and protested against a war to helpP0'171 VflCeTJ UtStTOy
Poland. A feature of the London
meeting was the presence of several
representatives of organizations of
A general strike In all the princl
would promise any of the hoped-for
remedial results. Use of force by
France ana . oreat urttain was
equally void of hopeful results, in
the opinion of officials.
A proclamation addressed ; by the
Pc-tish council of ministers to the
Pol If h nation was made public to
day by the Polish legation. Appeal
waa made for all citizens to defend
their homes "In the holy yar be
fore the Agates of Warsaw."
"The government will defend the
country to the last drop of her
blood," the proclamation added
The Polish legation made public
the note addressed by the Polish
government to the league of nations.
as follows: .
"Poland informs the league that.
notwithstanding the declarations
made to the league council July 6,
and notwithstanding the reiterated
efforts to obtain the armistice and
a just and durable peace with the
soviet, the attitude of th; latter has
rendered cessation of hostilities inv
possible. Under various pretenses.
the soviet government refused until
stood by their
The governor declared ratification
should be voted promptly so that the
women might "share in shaping the
dertlny of the republic."
JCltlng declarations of the Repub
lican-and Democratic platforms 'in
favor of woman suffrage, the gover
nor declared platforms adopted are
accepted as party law.
.Much interest today was mani
fested In a caueus of Republicans at
which leaders previously had said an
attempt wor ld be . made to pledge
tnem to vote as a unin in favor of
ratification. No action was taken
toward adopting the unit plan, and
reveral of those present declared no
attempt was made to pledge the
members to vote favorably on ratifi
Parley P. Christeasen.' n residen
tial nominee of the farmer-labor
party, in a statement tonight, said
the failure or the Republican caucus
to endorse ratification was "a direct
betrayal by. the Republican party of
Its platform pledget for woman auf
frage and Senator Harding. Will H.
Hays and their associated Republl
WASHINGTON. Aug. 9. Propos
als for disposition of tickets, return
coupons and Pullman car tickets
bought before the effective date of
the advanced passenger fares were
submitted to the Interstate commerce
commission today by the Association
of Railway Executives.
Home Tickets Honored
"One way tickets sold prior to
August 2. held by passengers en
route August 26 will be honored to
"Partially used round trip or tour
ist tickets sold prior to August 2fi.
will be honored to destination.
"Passengers actually en route at
midnight. August ZS. will be earned
to destination of sleeping or parlor
car ticket without additional charge.
Surcharge will apply In connection
with one way and round trip tickets
where sleeping or. parlor car space
is purchased for use on or after Aug
Mnt Pay Surcharge
"Outstanding sleeping or parlor
car tickets to be used on or after
August 26 will be honored only pay
ment of the surcharge. '
"Commutation or other multiple
go to Bend.
Tne investigation win snow ww n ... r .t..
much land is owned by the Japanese I Rap S KepUOUCan OeilllOrS
in uregon ana ineir connection wua
Oregon industry in any other way.
The governor said that without
doubt the Japanese question will be
an important one in the next legisla
ture and be Intends to have informa
tion at hand for the use of the ses
Signed for Enthusiastic
BUMPER CORN ,
Wheat Crop Estimate Lower
by 14 Million Bushels
Rust Is Cause
. HYDE PARK. N. T.. Aug. J-
Before several thousand persons,
who stood nesrly two boors under a
sweltering- sun. Franklin D. Rooee
clt formally accepted the Democrat
ic nomination for vice president to
day and urged ratification of the
peace treaty, -which, to make It a
real treaty for a real peace, must
include a league of nations."
League Is Solatioa.
-The lea roe of nations,", he as
serted, "is a practical solution of a
practical situation. It is ao more
perfect than oar original constitu
tion, which has been amended IS
times sad will soon, we hope, be
amended the 19th. was perfect. It
is not anti-national. It is anti-war.
The ceremonies wwre . helrd at
forms of tickets bearing calendar
month limit or limit not exceeding 35 I and the production
daya from date of sale, sold on or sf- duced 29,000.000 bushels.
ter August 1. and prior to August 2.
will be honored within their limits.
May Redeem Home'
"Commutation or other multiple
forma of tickets bearing longer lim
its than calendar months or exceed
ing 35 days from date of sale, sold
on or after August 1 and prior to
August 26. will not be honored on or
after Angnst 26. but such tickets tf
wholly unused will be redeemed at
fare paid, and if partially used, will
be redeemed at proportionate fare.
"Tickets sold prior to August 1.
must not be date ahead for use on or
after August 26. unless the increased
fare- are collected; surcharge must
also be collected where sleeping or
parlor space is used.
' Milk Checks No Good
"Milk and cream tickets purchased
prior to Aurust 26 will not be hon
ored on or after that date, but will
be redeemed at face value."
The commission has indicated that
it probably will authorize the recommendations.
WASHINGTON Aug. 9 A three
bushel corn crop-for the third time
In history, was forecast today by the
tions. existing August 1. As August I Springwood. the Roosevelt estate, at
is the critical month for the crop. It 3 p.- m. Mr. Roosevelt spose irom
is uncertain whether the promise of the veranda.
a crop almost equsl to those of 1912 Homer S. Camming, former ehalr-
and 1917 will be fulfilled. Imprfve- man of the Democratic national
ment was reported during July la ccmmlttee. delivered the address of
the Important eorn. states with the notification.
exception of Illinois and a crop core- secretary Daniels. Governor Smith,
cast 224.009.000 bnshela larger thaa Chairman j. p. Whit. W. O. Me
predicted July 1. was Issued. Adoo and Norman E. Mack. Demo
Spring wheat was adversely affect- cniic national committeeman from
ed during Juiy. principally ny nw. Ntw York, were among those pi
and the production forecast was re-1 .
liminary estimate of winter wheat
was 15.000.000 bushels larger thaa
the forecast in July, making the com
bined wheat crop only 14.000.000
bushels smaller than estimated a
month ago. The total of 79S.000.090
bushela was predicted. .
There was Improvement m tne po-i are attributed by many of his meaas
Tammany Oat la Force.
A feature of the celebration was
presence of a Tammany delegation
of 500. including 150 women. Chaa.
V. Murphy. Tammany chieftain, sent
work he was unable to'attend. Mr.
Roosevelt's early political succei
tato croo and indications ere that
the crop will exceed 400.000.000
bushels for the fourth time In the
Tobscco hss shown additional Im
provement and probabilities are that
it wiU exceed the record crop of Wit
by about 200,000.000 pounds. Total
production is forecast at i,,v
T. L ABBOTT
JOINS Y STAFF
now to state the conditions of an I cn leaders must plead guilty to the
armistice. Notwithstanding the Pol-I betrayal.
ish government did not and will not j
cease to do everything within its
power to reach an honorable peace,
bue declines all responsibility for
tne continuation of the war."
to his opposition to Tammany, but
apparently past differences were tor
gotten today. '
Ir. Roosevelt's declaration, that
the war was but half woa with the
victory of the armed forces and that
he looked forward to the interna
tional settlement, which will make It
unnecessary to send agala 2.000.009
men across the sea," was greeted
Slum G. O. V. Senators,
rrhe crowd also apparently en
Joyed his stuck on the Republican
senators. Interrupting with such ex
pressions as "stta boy Frank, hit
em again." "sic 'em; that's the
stuff." and "give It to them strong."
"Through it we may throw our
HAYS ASKS FOR
Urges Connecticut to Ratify
Woman Suffrage Amendment
hi nTpnnn f!onn.: ' Aug. 9. A
letter sent to Governor Hocomb, ty
Wlll ll. ilaya. chairman oi tne
n..,Aiii-. n committee.
.1.1.1. i. it reed to call a special
sVsslon of the" Connecticut to set on
suffrage was made PnDMf.
t tio declared ' that 3
cause and that of the Bepublican are
. irwi. .i.tM a nroved tact in
few' words." H then relates action
on suffrage taken by the nauou..
At m a va
"Individually and collectively, tne
effort of Republicans has been to se
cure ratification." '.u. 1 am
"Personally. let me Wthl.,.MI
. .v....i with it' he adds.
Mr? Hays asserts that the suffrage
question is not a party - ,
"a special legislative session W
- small price to pay for a terr.V
leal atmosphere." In conclusion he
; says: v 1 . ,w
: "I urge ratification -first fn tne
hope of clearing the political
phere; second, in the belief that tne
suppression , of effective -?D,nion
works harm to the wnoie uuj t"
Sherlff W. I. Need ham dispatched
his deputies to Aurora Sunday in an.
J'ZJVZSJ? dTO" ky and G. Johnson and the trip was
Vsiicu a Si ivovtuiiuus eiwv'vi
Liquor Near Aurora Refiners Cut Deeper in Ofl to
Meet Ever Increasing
Nevada DreigingFirm '
Will Operate in State
rewarded with the discovery of 30 1 WASHINGTON. Aug. 9. Evidence
gallons of moonshine secreted under! thl refiners have been putting forth
i heir utmost efforts to keep up with
the increasing demand
shocks of hay. This discovery Is In
addition to. what the revenue officers
from Portland destroyed when they
arrested the pair last Friday night
The 30 gallons found by the depu
The state corporation department ties were destroyed. Officer Lee
yesterday Issued a permit to operate! Morelock accom pained the deputies
n Oregon to the Superior Dredging I to Aurora.
company of Nevada. George w I The moonshine plant operated by
htowe of Baker has been appointed IDempsey and Johnson, officers claim.
attorney-in-fact for Oregon. The (was the most complete yet found
capitalization of the company ,1s The still was located on a farm
91.000.000. I which the pair had rented six months
Articles of Incorporation werelaro havlnr feirned farm In z while
filed by the following: ! I enraged in the manufacture of illicit
Dickson-Marsh Motor company, lliouor. The couple we're taken by the
Hood Riveri incorporators. It .A. I revenue officers to Portland where
Dickson. E. J. Marsh. Ernest CI they will receive their hearing.
Smith: capitalization $25,000. i I Andy Schab. who was arrested last
McMinnvuie Motor Car company. I week at Aumsville. for bavin a still
McMinnville; incorporators. Oscar II. I In his possession, was fined 1100 by
Peterson, A. N. Jacobsen. A. L. Lien- the United States commissioner in
en weber; capitalization. $10,000. (Portland before whom he had his
Redmond Union High School Im-1 hearing. Schab did not have any I C.. 7, Im
provement company. Redmond: in-1 moonshine in his possession. He was '' i a w
corporators, w. M. vvilson. Guy K. I fined for having the "makings."
Dobson. B A. Kendall; capitallza-l The following men are now in cus-
nfnrmwf Hinrrh nt tTilWal. I . ..m. P....I.,.. t.c.c. A. swiinrrwnB. Aug.
nramr. I TTUIcH.lo- l.mranntnH ti'im. t- i - ,J In I vciirs iiiu J""ij ate u w timur
Frank E. Stuck I. John Rax. Henry Silverton: H. H. Buckner of Inde- " 'il.V.
gasoline, even reducing the quality
to add to the quantity is disclosed
in the summer test of motor fuel just
completed by the bureau of mines.
The report, after noting the tremen
dous increase in demand, continues:
"To obtain sufficient gasoline, it
has evidently been necessary for re
finers to cut deeper into the crude
oil. adding somewhat to the amount
of high boiling material marketing
as motor gasoline.
The bureau places domestic con
sumption increase for the first five
months of 1920 at 26 per cent over
last year. The 1919 total consump
tion for a like period was 1.217.S79.
49 barrels against 1.4 1. 524.063 in
1920. an increase of 200.654,414 bar
Tobacco and Candy Are
Alleged to be Stolen
"I only tcok a little at a time."
was the way Turner McLaughlin ex
plained to police officers who ar
rested him in regard to the large
amount of cigarettes, cigars, tobacco,
candy and turn, which were discov
ered in his room on Ferry street by
Officer Lee Morelock Sunday morn-
lnr. McLaughlin was arrested at
the instancet or the proprietor of the
Lavock pool ball in the basement
of the Masonic temple.
When arrested .by Officer Harry
Rowe. Mclaughlin had some of the
alleged stolen goods on his person.
Later, upon Investigation, a large
amount was found to be stored in
his room. McLaughlin says that Mr.
Lavock. for whom he served as a
porter in his establishment, told him
to "help himself" which, be admit
ted to the police, he had been doing
In making the complaint against
McLaughlin. Lavock estimates his
loss at $60. McLaughlin is being
held at the police station and the
date tor his hearing is not yet set.
Pocateflo Man Assumes Dr SiFZJVZl'
ties as Physical Director
Is Nearly Bankrupt
Dr. T.-E. Abbott of Pocatello. Ida
ho, has been secured ss physical di
rector of the Salem . Young Men's
Christian association. He will Uke
charge of the work here beginning
September 15. Authorities here de
cided on Dr. Abbott after they founl
It would be impossible to obtain the
services of C. H. Kritton. physical
director of the Eugene Y. M. C. A.
Dr. Abbott is a graduate of Spring
field training school for Y. M. C. A.
physical directors and at present is
physical director at Pocatello. He is
very popular with the men la that
city, according to James Klvln. gen
eral secretary of the local association.
for Education of Deaf
WASHINGTON. Aur. 9. Medical
associations of the United States
have inaugurated a nation-wide cam
paign for the treatment and educa
tion of children who aro deaf and
dumb or both. A joint committee
Including members from each organ-
izration has been appointed to draw
Into the scale of peace. That such
an object should be contrary to Am
erican policy, is unthinkable; hut if
there be any citizen who has honest
fears that it may be perverted from
It plain intent to conflict with our
establiahed form of government. It
will he simple to declare to him
and to other nations that the con
stitution Is supreme.
Has So Selfish Destiny.
"Today, we are offered a seat at
the table of the family of nations
to the end that smaller peoples may
be truly safe te work eat their vt
destiny. We shall take that place.
I say so because I .have faith that
this nation has no selfish destiny.
Mr. Roosevelt urged extension of
teaching the Illiterate.', strengthen
ing of the immigration laws to ex
clude the unfit, higher salaries te
eovernment employes; further pro
tection of child life and women la
Industry and reorganization of gov
Assistance of state medical socle-1 AmnwnT Will ETCetfi Trial
s. state board of health and from I VmUIU IU -
Awarded to Uther Kail
Vienna. Ang. 9. The deficit
congress wilt be sought tn order that
the campaign may b- made quickly
effective. It is plannel to list all
I children suffering from defective
Carried By Airplane
Raz; property valuation. $6000.
Speeders to be Curbed
V , by Sheriff's Office
Sheriff W. L Needhara announces
that bhvnf flee-; will curb the activity
of speeders and other traffie violat
ors on Marlon county roads, partfe-
Tlee island and W. R..Dempsey and I 'V., , . il ,-m .he
G. Johnson, of Auroral From all of cU1 'r . T,dtb
these raids, revenue officers and the
ati.rl t f'm HtnnuntlltVM SlTB Ha.
stroyed moonshine near the 200 gal- mn r IT , , ,
Ion mark. Only cnomrh from eaeh l"1 d." V"
r.M w tnr .ti.ii.nr. in theldustry. to handle the air shipments.
t...r. r tn. .rrMtrf mn It Is expected ten days will be
n.irenn nfflrora attll ttolieve that! MVed by .thli method and the COSt
manr nlants are belne operated for!11 8bt. In proportion to the
lisbed aerial service and from Paris
com me r
some delays of the present rail ser
vice. A' syndicate of the principal
tic. and finally, in the convicuu ;uiariy tne racinc nignway nonn pi
that w. w immediate action as a, Salem, and if necessary the county
measure of simple Justice to the Am-.court wm be asked to provide an ad-
.. 1 .t.t.. - !
erican women. uhiuuhi umtct.
the purpose of manufacturing Illicit
liquor. It was said yesterday after
noon that more raids are likely to
take place in Marion county.
value of the .freight.
- All shipments were decided upon
largely because of American buyers
lnslstance tpon prompt delivery-
this city is estimated at 1.200.000
crowns this year. All sources of
municipal taxation have been tried
to the breaking point and now the
city government plans to cut down
the civil list. Younger employes,
able to get other work, will go first
aad the pruning will go through all
departments. It is found that for
190.000 children In the primary
grade of the publie schools there
are 19.000 teachers and many of
these must go.
In 1913 the Vienna city bndiceV
was 237.500.000 crowns. For the
current year it is placed at 2.500.
000.000 crowns. A loan of 83.000.
000 marks by Germany during the
war represents part of this. On
oral or auditory organs, to establish
dav schools throughout the country
for the Instruction of these special
puoils and finally, to standard'
the course of Instruction, according
to the most modern methods.
. MAXY ACRES IX SUGAR.
CHICAGO. Aug. 9. Eighty thous
and American railway express com
pany employes will be awarded in
creased wages In a decision to be
handed today at 8:30 a. m. tomor
row by the railway labor board.
All employes except 2.500 shopmen
benefitted by 13 per cent Increase
granted July 20 In the $600,000,909
railway worker's award will be affected.
The Increase, it was learned, is te
, MANILA. P. I.. Aug. 9. Close to
550.000 aeres in the Philippine Is
lands are slanted in surar this year.
the bureau of metre and Industry m rut hasls'to all classes o'f em-
has estimated, ployes. While It was Indicated that
No estimate haa been made as to the award will not be all asked. It
the size of the sugar crop to be bar- Vas stated that the amount would
rested six months I rem now, al- exceed that granted to the rreat ma-
thongh the average yield, through a Jority of the railroad workers, the
number of years, has., been about hoard maintaining that the express
three quarters of a ton to the acre. employes were not so well paid.
present crown mark exchange this I The yield per acre Is lower than that I The amount asked ranged Iroxa
means a loss of 250.000,00(1 crown, lot Hawaii. : 1 $25 to 151 pT jaoat . -