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SALEU, ,0RnGQN-WEDNESDAY LIOItNlKo; VAHVAtiXW, 193 "
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VILL CALCEL!iaT!0:! -
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c;:i:: in C:!:::! Attend
A f--ltte9 'of ,tte Chamber
ct Cc; ; ,t rce'.nf t Jast "night with
tl r fa- x licbool ; board and
rs3cl f t an n?re?nent to go 'b'e
Icra the people' ot school dis
trict .. - 2 i ar I ; .s . . 3 b
-j-. rf tr.n,!) t? rrct school
L . U . -l-
cf hool population, j
1 committee that s.tLereU
V..i t-tisslics of - tfc . rrowth . of
: a c: ;i.
- j -r i,..f jrl t .,.it t arcll,.eru
l have to be - provided lor
! i of edufation va ; rc
f rnianent building sUould be
, v-.To.Ca'.l .necilnn .-
: ui.'.ts fcrtuslns erow
: ttwidanpe : 1, sir the schools
.r city will havf to be ballt
yoar ' 'tl'' bond Issue
iAp ' i tt, and . with
t - ' of any ttls-
f '-,hi a Blnking
f ; if , , : -"t;ti! bond
' 1 ! r ; - ' period, for
- ! i i -w . looltlug
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, 1 i ! . - i calle4 'in
tar , . the ,' needs
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tlr.'i iinitteo of
..ir nation that
iw & for . -that
e, f Messrs.
owdd " .
, flan, Salem, is
; the best
the west, and
-r; ' 1 fir...
y city In
ui! ! - row '
"7 b a way tLut will be
snl a'prila for. all the
cf the Carftal City.; Over-
1 school rr.: cMIdren
Z la t-a iaui and
I to Hwim streams to get
:1 in a part of the city
" f-on thc!r hon?, is to
1 .1 cl tLa pot tl3 year
r T -rd5 19:", T'.a school
a-ncl the counittfee are to
izcitr .J't inectlas next
7 uilht u work out scrae
i details of the forward
ilea noYemcnt. '
L3 ' - . 1 the ChaniDer
r.iaerce rnmittee and also
cetera c t- fcchool board
only, by taking Immediate
' : - be- 'ing fof a build-
;'-'Z' :i '. .id it fc. possible
iy 1 w buildings this
. 1 showing the
i,: I attendance in
v. : . schools for
r-;t"ftvei years" Indicates
".U-ally!,:. 9 f'VjI or
I up. The fi.airs give n-
3 as follows: ?y. 1 ' v
school. 813 enrolled,
40.7 per ceal; .'-It.agton
r hlsti C?6, gain 34 per
: 'Hrant Junior hi?h 273,
K.l 'f ,f-r ct; ' McKir4lr7
I ! h 198. rain 21.7 i r
. .lewood 219. gain .42.5
t; Garfield 378, gain 2?. 5
! "t;.. Highland ".357, gaia-
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F 1I25T iSTEP OF. FJwNQi GCQXJTimOCl 't4
TLe extension of the' FYench
tho Inclusion of Bochum, Hagor S
cupied tone" are graphically f sho
V c 1 .n s
' WAIirNGTONT, Jan. 23. A
bill'' designed 'to' prevent. any
hastv- and foollsb,-f marriages and
to make" divorce more difficult."
flponsore!' ''f Oeberaf, .Pdr
atioa.of Women's clubs, was .In
troduced today by Senator Cap
per, Republican, ' Kansas, togeth
er with .a' resolution, proposing a
coi..t.ititiotuil amendment to le-
salisa, fcJeral ' marriage and d--
vorce laws. . ' , ,
3f-if Heel Tape
totb'rrH 3":.for ahd-r5sted In j
courts two weeks ahead of .the
ceremony under the bill and ap
plicants - would have to -, present,
certificates cf health and normal
mentamy. . uirii- unaer ana
brjs tA ier ".. 14. .would be. Trohib
He4 from. 'marriage' without ,par
ental 'consent,' and . the' marriage
ofV feeble' minded persons "or C of
those clos I, f eTated or of dif
ferent races would be barred. .
Dlvorroi nnder the bill-teould
be obtained only for misconduct,
physical or- mental crnelty, "aban
donment or1 iion-support for one
year, Incurable insacity or com
mission of tilonjl'fTSo divorce
would be effective for a year.
. T "ilsloa to states of a con
Etitt.jaal . ; amendment which
would give congress the right to
enact a rarriage-divorce law was
the house also, Rep
; .Irfield,? Reput!lcaa,
jrlng a " rep' atioa
-nUtq ,the -Judiciary
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Gilbert LyonsVn- jc Driver,
Charger With. Forging
' '.CLl'Wt Lytrn?a (rnck driver of
thU city was arrested yesterday
oa a charge ot forging a check for
$2S.23r lie was arraigned in the
Justice court, but waived "a .hear
ing and was bound over to. the
grand Jury on 1750 bail which he
rc;i: - '-o furnish. Last night be
v rs taken-, to the county iall to
await action of . th1, next .Marion
cc-'ty grand jury. .
- 1 e check which was forged on
January 20th was made out to
r ; Stlllman and signed by f
1 "i:,. i'.. Ferruson." It ,was drawn i
on the." United ..f-iatea . National
ba:,. , . . : . : ' ,; - '.
According to the Indictment
T.'-rH w i r-'T'-oi with wlll-
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, a t rtai
fL k; wir
m. - a iwiv
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lines almost ' ,'to TJortinund and
tinnes headquarters,' - In 4he oc
wn xm the map.
::nt;Vay3 end, T'cir.scs-"
i sion'' Grows Turl3u!:nt, J
" UFc!!ctt Warms up-
f Representatives of the: Paeific
Korthwest 'Tourist association! and
its adjuncts the Oregon Tonrlst
Information bureau"and' the 'Ore
1 on' state exhibit occupied most
r f the time and drew "most of the
Ire of the meeting of the.joliit
vayrf and means 'committee--last
IghU Eight speakers ftppared
i.r'tLe association.-'.'. '. :
Phil Metschan ef . Portland." In
ihe midst of a fiery speech.
yerred that the work of the bur
au had brought new residents to
pregon Including 'many farmers.
You'll find, them right down
I your sectlonAhe said Sen
i;tor LaFpllett of ilarion,
TTou'll find fern Iroke I too?
i houted XFolIett.-1 t t '-
Earcasm Thick- ;
" Senator Zlmmeriaan. of .Yamhill
r ountyy tn ch ai!srrtr aomer stst-
iiienta mad;by .J.L.-E.,: Brewer. oJ
the state Chamber, otqomaerce,
!eclare It would be a favor to
f o'm new- coders to keep then oat
t f the' state- If th ex Intended to
become farmers. - ' L
t ; i VThat'wftuld be :-?" betterV he
raid, "than for them to seQ their
farms fa a f aw years for less than
1 1iey paid' for thea and then go
away. and ensa. the state. f; -'.-,ri
1 Brewer replied that the bureau
"s working car that irery problem?
ihat la being-ra!s-i tn fctrnthe-
market faciliCegf i ' , ;sT:rr;ers-J
' F?at to?krow If, youerer
...hdwtt- .nth: iar ixll Gen
itcri Ta! : .r, tt riitlr f' Hi j Mr.
Drewe a'diagracot Ore;ou tax
status In which-; ita Mack Aark
-,rajf longer than tta jot any other
tate. - Dre-er.xeplisditt'Jt Ira did
apt, but that the -greatest care
t r ( Continued on . pajte f " 4."
hnn nrn ,fi
4 i 1 k- P. . -.! V.cl
Nation 5oas from SccondUo
Fifth Place Among Fqvv-
" ers; During Year" v. ;
NTSWYORIC, Jan; 22. The
United "States Mart year droppetl
from second-Iacef to fifth -in the
ranks of shipbuilding natloas.-ac-rjordlnf
' tor Lloyd's- resisted V of
shipping . which.. la Its' a nnaai . re
port' teued today, declared 1922
tha 'poorest RhlphtiUdiagJ'-'year
since -112, with 2000,000 , tons
less production than In 1821
Shin buIMInr in every ? nation
except Germany decreased 1n 1922
but the American falling off was
most -con 5 Idt rat!a,- tha : report
,o-pJ. ' 'Ta l.'neap of ' great
Tnprci.ar.t marines lust year was:
Creat r.rStaits, CernaayvFrance
Ilollana. UnlttJ f.tates, Italy And
Jaraa; i-5tea 1 cf as in 1121,
Gttzt T-rllila, U-itrd Ctatrs, Cer
many, ' Holland, Japr.3, France,
t? . uio-
HEuD OF imi'v
CleratorJ jSsiys" Skipwcrtb
Requested t No Calls "Es
,l! Handled Detvveen Bastrop
4 ri- -T) ' ".-4. :
DEATH THREAT, MOE'l?
BY. DISCOVERED KLUJCER
night PciiccTnaa Tellsf
; Seeing: ' Auto-Arrive at--?;
i Threairv: l-Jorning ; f
,. j BASTROP La. Jan. 2 S. The
name of Captain J. Sklpworth'.
exalted ' cydlops1 of the Morehouse
Parish' . ku Ktu Klari. again" flg.
ure'd ' prominently ' testimony grien
toclay at'; the'state's open' hearing
intq . operations ' Lof masked f men
in i the " Parish, which 'culminated
August '24"'ln" the' kidnaplngs of
Watt Daniel and T: P, Richard.
Mer 1 RougeV- whos bodies were
found -December 22 In take 'iJa.
Fonrche."w --..--. r--v..
, Woui4 SprPfe . Call ,.,
1 Miss LilJIan, Weilepman; a .tel
ephone operator, ih; the Bastrop
exchange, testified that. Captain
Sklpworth bad 'requested' her nr.'t
to handle any' calls between ' Bas
trop 'and' 'Mer Rouge; ,hutr,she
could ot' remember the1' date' of
the 'request, she said. " i ' :
Miss Wellenman apparently
was very! nervous as shci testified
on' the BtaBdr ' '
" Captain' Sklpworth also "was
mentioned by Pucloptt Mason and
Roy- Broadnax of ,GaIlfonrJ both
of whom-t attended the' celebration
he re: 6n August lit. 1 .
-'' Mason said be was with Dan tef.
Richard and W. CS Andrews, :an
othernmaa, before they were kid
naped that iday. He said Captain
Skipwith stlwaa wlklng n around
talking to various men who -were
: The. Witness said that Skipwith
"woqld,walk ap to; ? man and
say, something, then .look at us?
Captain (Skipwith,dld this several
times he- testified and he,, said
td Richard,; "I guess the Ku K4ux
Klan are up .to aomethlng.1 ?, ,
Richard, replied:, ? J ,r
"Theyvdon't want nje, they had
tne laai. week.''-.;, .- . i:. h;-,
Richard was ; taken -'out ; by a
small party.-, ef masked , men on
August i 17 . and ' jqufestloned con
cerning an alleged attempt .to
assassinate .Dr. M. TX McKoin for
mer, mayor, ot Mer, Rouger;-rf T
. The testimony of Broadnax was
plrailar o that ot Masdav . i, J
; Three -wlthessea ' from . Monroe,
F, TL Surguin, Paul Mellon and
J; V. Lamken. who -were on their
way-, from Bastrop vto Monroe last
f veniagr oTertook the kidnapers
acd .theft prisoners and were halt
ed bot 2 Qj yards, from the fork
of rth Monroe-Coll ina ton- :. road.
Anethex, witness last ;w.ek; bad
testified .that he aaw. - Captain
Skipwith .un-cias.ked,t conyerslng
with-,a.f hooded man at , the .fork
aftef ;the kidnapipg, ?f: w(
h' .' ; Man 1??Se 'us
J f.R C,j Carter night policeman.
at;DonJU, said that while on duty
th night of -4 August . 24. he saw
ah. i automobile arrive at Boalte
about 3 o'clock 'ia the morning.
Jim Harp and. "jap'.'.jronea alight
ed from it. aad tartedon . foot
toward their, homes, he, saidj Th
car.- which: contained other per
fOns he. did, not recogajse . eoa
tinued on its way aad left town.
' - ' Death Threat Made ; st
ti. IL,. Heart of; Callion testi
fied that about January 5, when
the open bearing began. Harp had
told him that-he would, kill any
one; who testified that Je was $een
to get,; out,, of. a car with ; Jones
at Bonita t during the night of
August' Z4tj l ; . .i - r j . ,.; t
1 The Reyereiid Dr.,Ll N. Holmes,
a BaplUt minister who was , horn
in bi section of the state 6C
years. ago . and who has preached
here .ever since he wa ordain?4,
testified''- that .he spent the night
of August 24. at T the ..home of
"ewt ,'Ulray. .Gray, he said,
took htm from Bastrop, then re
turned to town to Join some
friends. - " ";" :
Tfte minister said so farfas he
knev' Gray' did not return' home
r GOESBACIC: -
! J GENERATION
Telephone Company : lloven
Into New Quartersi-J.Iuch;v
: ilVilns Done w Citizens' ,
SJLVERTQXri Or Jan. ( 23,-r
special, to Thfi 4 Statesman.)-
Silvprtoa has, gone" back a gen
-iationjor.Uw9;ity;the good .old
nys: when the housewives went
flown Lowit andr gave Jheir; shfap
phlg; c-rdera s Jtn . perop instetrd ; ef
merely phQnlng- them1 In, The
business man,, instead of eteppipg
te ?;the .'phooe to -talk .to . the
iwan aun4 ; the f eeraer,c must
iiiak the. ,txv himself.
fTue farawa; are-weil, , simply
out Of luck v. Sometimes one can
ret a calK -through4 but - that Jul
mere ot ' an :event than .V a ' com
uiOH . occuranne. ''ow-a-days one
cauH get central but more often
central can't ' get : youi I f f v
'l la othor words "tbV Silverton
telephone ' coEipany Is mbvlng ' ln-
te Jits ew- home on West 'Main
si re-t' and the' moving ' process is
Udfj; f upsetting ithe 5 telephone
Rfslem for the presentl -" Several
of the number have been ehangr-
ec! which also makes for - con-
f Mifon.' I It ia 1 thought' everything
will- beKadJatd- within' a ' eh'ort
time' ! - j, v & i .... , .
: PUPILS FfJL
Almost Fifty Percent of Ap-
i plicants fcrJJiah'SchQQr
,Or 71 'eighth" "grade students
who 'took -the. Marion, t -county
final examinations -, for 'admit
tance into . high school, 35, al
most 50 ner: cent' failed or were
conditioned, according to : infor
mation "released - from the county
bcUooI v; auperin ten dent's office
yesterday. A t total of - 200 sta
deats took, jthel lxth seventh and
c-itTihth r grade examinations. -Six-,!
tttn. were exempttfrom the final.
, ,,;4Wpodbara, Iad .
StudenU chief difficulty seem
ed to be with arithmetic' - and
granrmer.t more1 falling" on these
subjects than on' others. Six
teen- students Were exempt ' from
examinations due to the; fact' that
they bad ' maintained - an aver
age ojf r 1 5; "per cent" in' deport
ment, 99' per cent in" all subjects
and had attended .school ' at least
45f days duHng' the 'pasl three
years. ' ! ' 1 .z.-y-& "
"f Of 'the 'atudenits 'l: Who were
ftassett . 'tt? high),achool' J5 ' were
f rora '.Wobdburh 1 0 f romj Sllv'er
ton,;'9 .from Salem and two" from
Chemawa. " Following; are the
students who. successfully passed
.,7V ri- -
f Argyle C Coe. ; ... 1
! i John Mocbell r' "i , :
y Harry E. - Wageraan, T
' Edpa L. Chapelle. '
s - Helen! F. Alleii ' ' V
v Edith vMaxine Roflnot.
. i Kaomr MoahbergeT- i
Claire ' Cornell " . . "
' Rose", Richards. .
Lorna, Chapelle. . , ,
r Louise Shorey; , ' , .
Joyce Branam. . i V
1 ":'jiv:'" syiverion V",
S Charles Alton Hartley, Jr.
AlmaW., Rutherford. . , ,
Nana La 'France, Cramer,
; Louyse lone OXphant.' ' " '.
J Alice; Anita tGllkeson. ,
f Wllilam E.4 Welch. - v ; .
' I George! Hugh Lovftt. ,
Lawrence Carpenter, . ' .
. Ncrm'an B., Eastman, "", . "
. ; Lillian Gertrude Starglr, ,
' Chenuiwa ; -:.,. !
Anna, lye Thomas. ; ,
.Robert Peralrovlrh. .
- " ' , Salem; ' . .',
5 Christiana ' "May ;- Loganblll.
routes' 5, hox 144. " "
' Edward , ..j Bahtck, , t route,
' I Chester ' Martin Sundborg, route
, box 3.1. . . , . t
Clarence ' Weeae, route J?,1 box
isgi-j:ijM- f:-v.. i .
Ilenry J. Becker, , route 6.
Altrrt-J.- Davis, route 5. t
Clara i!otfmanr route 6, box 9 7
Ilemaa . Feddern,' route 7,
tox . 123. ' ."
( riobin E. r Mo3er, " route - 7,
? i , n f i n ft m
' Ia J.
Situation 'Takes; Menacing
Turn, When Turks Refuse
to ; Accept Proposal on
Mosul Dispute. - -
POSITION OF UNITED
Lord Curzcn;to Ask ;THat
' League of Nations Take -Situation
; Up., ,
i LAUSANNE, Jan. , 1 .2 3 By
The - Associated ! Press.)- Unset
tled as la the general European
situation, at the present moment,
it suddenly took a more menac
ing , turn hls j evening .; owing : to
critical ' development, in , the Near
Hat-tern . conference A Turkey,,, re
fused to ; accept the British pro
posal b refer the Mosul dispute
tc the league of nations for set-:
tleraenit and Great Britain , de-
clleed to accede , to the' Turkish
counter suggestions .,. mat j tne
luctlon; rbe settled, by a plebis
cite., ia , the contested . district.
U. 8. Position OntUned. ,
: Ird-Curton v - then 'declared
that, as . foreign secretary ; of. the
British fainpln, lie would take
the- responsibility of 'addressing
a i cier . to tie council or the
leaKuo of nations, settlne I forth
that a f Huation hail arisen which
wart lis. le to disturb ilnterna
tlon.4 r -ce. anil .asking that the
mailer.', La' dealLwitta, under the
covenant which provides that the
l-aitirt . can ; aot .when there - is
wa or any - threat .' of war in
the; world and - take steps to re
store' t;r ; tor. insure, the main
tenance of, peace j -
An,, important American -feature
of tonight's dramatic meet
ing was 'a statement read by
Ambassador Child outlining' the
position of thettTnitei' States. Mi.
Child said that Lord Clinton had
clearly . indicated that the British
government -would hqid alpof as
ceaslpnsjnl.Meso wise - called Irak, he subject . ot
diplomatic7 interest - and he - had
declared hi- belief ln the prin
ciples that largoA factors In ihe
world's resources should not be
come the subject -of monopolistic
development. ; , . , t,,-.
Ai l ; Bach to England A'A
-'' The ' Amencan " representatives
wej-e glad to associate themselves
with the Intent of Lord Curion's
remarks of this ' eubiectf thev
j had expressed ' their; government's
policy, : but neither the state
ment nor adherence had refer
ence , to any particular ' resource
or; Afield of leconomic activity.
Only those who willfully pervert
ed ? these declarations had read
into them meanings- which suited
their :own political . ends.
' Ambassador Child continued:
"The - American representatives
feel: it their duty to ' -refer- to
Lord jCtrrnoa's Aeieclfic mention
6f the; validity ; of the claim of
the; Turkish ' petroleum company
and; Jo remind the conference
that. without, .seeking, ."special
privilege or favor, tho govern
ment 'of the United States . has
not assented to the principle that
tt may be dissassociated . la - the
rights of peace, from; the usual
consequences ln war, nor where
any principle Is involved, will
it abandon its policy of the open
ChangesAdvise Some -;
to Attend Schools
" The; C3r J annual report or the
Boards cf Indian-. Commissioners,
made t a the secretary, of the In
terior for the -""fiscal , year end
ing June ; 30, 1922, has this vi
tally Important- item regarding
the Salem - Indian school at Che
mawa: - . .
"AtAthe" Salem "school ; things
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ESSEN. Jan. 23 fBv the
.viu,oh.ih)k;hi1 usucu tins tjvuatn cccutrcs xiizz r. c
erable rriovement of German troci has tr!
man unoccupied territory. No details are given.
i lEil DILL
i lyl UluiiOOdLU
ftpl"'V p!vfl'' r-Ai -rs
uwkwvu ruHmiK i . . . . .
r Measure Vi!l fco File J
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;.-r The, passage of the proposed
anti-alien; land hill sponsored ty
the American. Legion and directed
at the "Japanese land-hbldln resi
dents of Oregon, ia admeasure of
national -defense,-PAilllp Tysdall
of : Seattle told members ot Li. a
house judiciary committee last
nigTat.- - A
Tyndali, who is a member of
the city council of Seattle and a
member or the national Oriental
'committee ot the. American l?glea
was'LavLed by Jhe Oiegon LcAa
to pres.-at arguments i.i Vavor of
the MIL A" ."'..A?
Lejoa Jtlan Eprikii' -
Arguments against tltte bill
were pfes'nted TjyT"W.D. II. Dod
son of the Portland Chamber of
Commerce. Joseph Giiuonj; of the
Portland . Flourin s nllls.'C. S.
Hoi brook of the Portland Aapcl.i
tlon of Building . Owners , and
Managers, and Fred Jobelman,
representing the Chinese Benevo
lent association, and certain Jap
anese Interests.- - .' ... f r
The committee also heard argu
ments in favor of the ijill pre
sented hy Ben F. Dorris' of Eu
gene,, chairman of the legislative
committee of -the state legion, and
Representative Blowers of Hood
River.;1;; Z;AA :tr.7Z
No decision was announced by
the'eonimittee hut it Is predicted
that a' faTorable" report "will ;be
filed and that little concerted op
position to the bill will be foend
la 'the'house.A :AA Ai rA'A
A ' Jap Plan" Revealed"
The arguments advanced by the
proponents of the bill were that
neither; California nor 'Washing
ton haTe lost any ? of their com
mercial -advantages through ; ' the
passage of similar "bills; that .322
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ale of ; ;a is
;; - , -; . .i;im ' , ; . .;
Bill Provides Priscn ;Sen-
tence for Unauthorized
Carrying of; Gun - -
' ' . . . t '
A stringent bill to reulatethe
sale, use and " possession : of .pis
tols and revolvers has been; In
troduced ia the house by T.epre-:
sentatlve Blowers of Ilocd Itiver
.The bill would add two' to five
years punish meat to a criminal
convicted "of a crime committed
while carrying a pistol or revol
ver , without a license i'f a second
conviction for . violatiou of j the
aet won Id. carry a 10 to 1 5 year
sentence,. while first ; . offense
would- carrya; flat sentence of
one year. In the county jail; ' any
persoa; ffrnV" or; corporation wb
shall provide a ' mlnor with r re7
volver or pistol , shall be : lined
$100 or imprisoned not more than
three months;; unnattlrall-'eij .for
eigners and , persons co?n Icted of
a felony cannot puretasa rerrl
rers or pistols under the acC tad
responsible .-.'.citizens- upon proof
of ilkefr necessity for pure i i ag
such plsf.ols or" reyolvers, shall be
requlrecl ' to sign a descri p ti : u of
the firearm-purchased; sivins tf
false informatioaf or . the purpose,
of securing"- a t firearm . carries a
one to five year rer!tyj as does
obllter tion or tlia iianufacturer's
namber or- distinguishing. narks.
The lrr'asure' tarries -TZ'
en"y cl.;u3. -
Many thousands of r. ;
ers in the Ruhr dL'.i: t !
their strike threat Lito c. ...
in protest asalnFt the rr
Fritz Thy;.-'?.n. Tie
ers, towever. :'.' I ta
out the crders cf 11.3 C n :
eminent and v.: I cr.l cr
coal and Ecr.Jir T It t j f. i
but are irereaiir z V-.'.r r .
. IeanwhHe the raH-y '
Is rerc-rtel tr Le u..r.' i. . :
The futur-v c;i;-n of, l.;l -.-,
ever, U L.::ve.l to cr - ". i
outccnia cf tLa tria';: c tl
man i-iAj.-.'rf V.ii3 AA.: . 'i is ;
for Y,'e,Ir.f.- Ay tt JZx-.q.
'-.' The .Gert-iii.. cujtcria ciy.
at several rlcps sr- on. ?
a :3d French r - : j
ments to fill tLclr r'.icea.
The French officii n;
consldr8.fcIe mover. tzt tt
man 'troops In Genian ccz-i
pled territory. T.':a rr.far.'
this is net Irlir-" '
;T'. I Allan - !t " -,
Is i.-pcr: It) I . . i .
Ita-Jybaa ma 'ar t t
vene ; In j. the' Ar', : . ;;, .. :,
has"r.-.f-rfc!y aivl.-f.l i ", . ....
tb'e-part of Frar. t- i -Germany
of. tti . t:
Lol tloa t f tL a 'r.ur j
threatened y !
cf a r Bn?rai t 1 ,
not li. ely.to I cc: j c; t.
catiiie the Ger :ar. .. rfc.-: c
to operate the trair Li r
"crlnsr ia food tu;;:' 5 f;r t'
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2 2. (
the Asiic'ited Prr-ss.) A ::
prole?lir.; agai. t t:.e Frcr.c"i;:
Belgian rltem; "to force .
terrorii;. ; me:, -ares Genu an .
ficials to render a.A-Istance i:i t"
execution, cf i:i:;;il r.;":.:
allied zz-l-zt tl.'? c::i :
try," through cxr aLicn cf f :
lals who ref;"-'? to c- - - -the
forces of -cccuui.v.1 l.j. .
Ruhr was made put! 3 f y T: C .
man embassy tonic-t c.ter it 1
been handed to tie Tj " , T ::
ish and Belgian goverr. ;;!i :
the German' "representative 1 c:
Paris, London and Erusseli.
The embasty also raada xul . : :
another note delivered tcJ:r '
those governmeTits an 3. .to I
defining . 'the ;Cerr..in "i
fo 'the ordinance ? 1?: . I - t
Interfiled Rlilnslji c :.
contends- .'"are in cc.tr::
with the T,zz land cc:v;..
and "have r.o l?c"l va! : r ; .
not to be cpnpii-l .wit.';" 1 t:. 1
local .German cflic'al..
A - tttert.:4.rcara CI ' -. !
" The note protesting &z'- t
expulsion from occupied ten! 7
of German officials who, C... . -Ing
with .legitimate instri:.-.;
from their government, refuse j
fender .assists "re in the execuf : .
of ordinaccrs issued, coatrcry t
tre-ties aad to JtLerrat! ?-l 1:V
declufes'.; stich.-te-: 1 .' "cvlc ".
airn at Intl.! Zatlng the cL. r e."
tic 2 a!.?.w. A ' i -
i ;TL9;exi:! 'ocs it tay?, .A
piace'Vith iitter dlsre-r- ! ; "
brutality,?., with a time I
only a few-honrs pr?:tel
cases and . rneml n of t
pelted. officiali' f ... 3 1:. '
in the ord-ri. '
? Tl:e rote c! Ivcrp 1 to t r
powers cortf "i't'.at la ti.a . -ewpled.terr::--
-r " Jerman t-ycl
Is rirelj i: .....tJ by 'the '
la'r-1 en' : iLsfiioa" and ' f "t "
t :...:: . on the r-rt cf '
sre'.i lailssiMe whlcli
fctlpul ition:-;; of tL 't... ,
t!-,n."' ;A- - '"""''v.......
"i hese . tour, is tha r -'
clare-?,' "ar trsr-resse T 1.7
one of th ;ru.,.. rc:i i ...
the Ir :r- 1:3 .1;; -: ; .
ml I. J. :m-" iZ tr
ering t:e . cr ..utlca, 1 ! 1;
scr!'i as r. a "f " -
tioaf the "order ,:. i. t. .
officials a:al - aa !!;.::: r::i . ,j
to take an active 11:1
log" the, purr c -3 cf il. c ... ;
Ing rarrs. .
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Italy. - '- ":
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