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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Friday Morning, September 13, 1929
I luteal News Brieft I LEAGUE WIS
lxx)caiiiewsjDrieis onnD nm
V WmmmU Cancelled Thousands
- of warrants drawn upon' the Mar
lon county treasury are being can-
, celled by the county clerk and the
moneys set aside lor their , pay
ment placed gan in the. general
fund. The warrants were $rawn in
behalf of Marlon coantg, taxpay
ers who are authorized to..Tecelve
rebate for a surplus tax Illegal
ly collected in 19 21 Doe .to the
lapse 'of time uncalled', lor -war-
rant bare been declared' invalid.
Girl Reserves Mefc-HfhVflgn
school Girl Keserre cab Jnii (mem
bers met Wednesday niikt. at ibe
Y. W. C. A., with tnelradvlsor,
Mrs. Georre Moorehead. and Mrs.
Elisabeth K. GaMaher, general T.
W. C. A- secretary. Plans were
made for the new year's program
A meeting of the entire group will
be beld Monday .evening at 7:30
"o'clock, at Mrs. Gallaher'a home at
75 North Winter street. wazei
McElroy is president of the high I
school group. . I
Visitors at School Office
Among the ont-of-town visitors
Thursday at the office of the
county school superintendent
were: Mrs. H. C. Eggleston of
Stay ton; Mr. and Mrs. Frank C.
Ingham of Liberty; L. D. McClen
don, new principal at West Stay
ton; Blanch Albright of Aums
ville; Mrs. Frances R. Flnley, et
Mehamar-and Leera tsevenr of
Looking for Place Here Mr.
and Mrs. Ross L. Brooks of The
Dalles are spending several days
in Salem with a view to locating
In this section. Ross has disposed
of a 1200-acre ranch which he has
been operating In The Dalles coun
try and Is ready to try his hand in
Deschutes Man Here J. Alton
Thompson, superintendent of Des
chutes county schools, was a
Thursday fraternal caller at the
office of County Superintendent
Fulkertfon. He was accompanied
by his daughter, Miss Mary, ho
will teach in the Silverton schools
this year. -
ltlnnlf Ttlased Dr. H. C. Dip-
Ni5 pie of Salem. 'was released from
v the city jail Thursday after being
fined $50 by Police Judge Poulsen
for being intoxicated. Dlpple was
arrested early Monday morning
I but had not been able to appear In
I court before Thursday.
f - ' fvistts Demonstration Mrs.
, Glendora Blakeley, director of the
bureau of -child health and public
health nursing with the Oregon
State Board of Health In Portland,
spent Thursday at the office of the
Marion county child health demon
stration. Here to Attend School Miss
June Davics of Portland Is amon
the freshman to arrive in Salem
this week for entrance at Willam
ette university. Ms Davles will
make her home with Mr. and Mrs.
. C. Bohrnstedt.
New Buildings Added Stay ton
has built a line new playshed and
the Turner and Aumsviile school
buildings have been repainted, Su
perintendent Mary L. Fulkerson
found on. her first visit to rural
"Will Leave Position Miss Es
ther Dieffenbach, clerk with the
county health unit, will spend her
last day on that job Saturday. Mls3
Dieffenbach is preparing to enter
the Oregon State college this fall.
Dodge Vacationing Mr. and
and Mrs. Seth Dodge and family
have-left for a ten-day motor va
cation trip through California.
Dodge is clerk "with the Valley
Motor company. ; -
Named Caardlan Luk e Lem
ery hit been appointed guardian
of the estates of David, Lillie,
Irene, Charley and Florence Em
ery according to notice filed in the
county court here Thursday.
Rally Tonight The beginners'
and cadets' rally at the Y. M. C.
A. will be held tonight at the Y.
building. A gymnasium class will
' be organized.
Tnrry Fined Clifton Turry, of
Salem was lined iu in ponce
court Thursday. He was arrested
Andresen to Newport Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Andresen have gone
to Newport, where .they will spend
their annual vacation.
; Final Account Filed The final
account of W- O. Hayden, "deceas-
ervwas filed In probate court here
Find It Here
I "Dance With Thomas Bros.
X Mellow Moon Wed. and Sat
Don't Purchase Tour. Fur Coat
Until you see Mrs. Lochelies
special display (oneday only)
Tuesday.' Sept. 17th. 1348 Ferry
st. Further information, phone
83. ' 'MJ
- Newspaper solicitor "for rural
field, Willamette Valley territory.
salary and commission. Apply Cir
culation dept, The Oregon States
man.' . ;; t. -;
0A Time Carnival Danc - "
1 Salem armory. Sat. Sept. 14th
-nrniard Mathis orchestra. Pro-
reeds for Capital Post Drum
.CorP8, r , , j .V: -v
Every Bight S:I0 to al tbe
a Vm Worn Xo
students who started to school
at the Capital Business College a
. mrm nw mt vnrV In pnnl
posttions where advancement Is
V " lost ahead. Those who atari aet
T , . w m mi1 to work a Tear
"U from now. or. aooner. Call, let us
. . WtVL W AM W . " "
," . talk over a course.
- announce the association ot Dr
Verden B. Hockett in the pratlce
of medicine and snrgery. ; 422-4S2
Sues on Note Suit baa been I
filed In the circuit court to col
lect on a Judgment due the Bus-
im iron. iiKnitmMt rii'fMm U
BrowanTr Kortein. Tnc
latter maintains be la unable to
pay the judgment because of lack
of. funds; he says bis wife has
considerable property but he him
self -is. without resources. Failure
winiH in fl n ! n x s l DVfi m
i ' - . 1 I M I
attorney as dna to the fact that
ITm JJS iSJH t
.. . " '.r: -r r'CTIIunanciai neip io inai -nauon i
, , .
. ; - j- - i ament comnuwee oi me league or 000.080 and a death rata of 3
to blame for f ailing to appear. Kaiton. f hi. iftorannn. na nk. I . - ?'
Make Two Deals Tlinrsday
Two property transactions were
-1 j o 1
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iiir-u m as a bu& v as w ocbi as ---
iucaer, jocai real iate ucd. I
" . . t was generally agreed that fl-
North Satiam passed Into Jhe Mncial aid riTen Mder these clr
hands of -Roy E. Tyler, who will tuiastances wend prove a itrong
UK puHHwa .
the Tatom residence on Raral and
Highland was purchased by Ton
Winningham, who Is employed at
jtne state Hospital.
Two Fires Thursday Fire in a
wall and wood box at the home of
Roy Bremmer, 2493 State street,
Thursday caused a trip by the!
fire department. Only slight dam-
age was done. A-short ; circuit in a !
rduiu tsuscii m v 1
aei sireei wmcn was quiciwy ea-1
tlngulshed by the east Salem sta
A All tn Sell lrnwtT Proper- I
ty belonging to the estate of Len-lphase of the disarmament prob-
ta D. Westacott, deceased, wfll bellein which, if presented, probably
1 a 1 .mt.i.4M.. v -in .1 . ji.
heirs wm consent, according to
notice iuea Tnursday in circuit
court.. A hearing is to be held
among interested parties Septem-
ber 30. I
Indian Bound Over Immedie-1
ately upon his release from the I
local hospital yesterday: Jonnle I
Slmtustna was served with a war-1
rant, charging him with reckless
driving. He was bound over toTdisJussidn the wisdom of limiting
the erand lurv and allowed to go I stocks of war material, either dl-
unon hla own recognizance. I
Asks Grade Rlsdits Permls-I
sion to establish a grade crossing
in north Silverton for a market
road route has been asked of the
public service commission by the
Marion county court. The market J
road has been designated as sum- I
ter &. ,
uuuw rrugresBuis.-- mo cuu-
T n I rv i
strnction of a seven room brick
house of A. A, Gueffroy at 909 D
street is well under way. The
edifice, which will comprise one
V" " "Xu .Mr,?.' Tthl
lish in architecture; and both the
house and garage will be under
Licensed to Wed A license to
marry was obtained Thursday in
the county clerk's office by Ever-
ett Sidney Ferguson,;Zl. 709 East
70th street. Portland,-and Estella
isveiyn uense.ay, zviv t;. saimon i
street. Portland. .
.li-u.i i.iiu iiiuij v.
summer tour of Europe. He de
clares that be spent a most enjoy
able- and profitable vacation. Dr.
Kohler is pt-ofessor of English lit- J
erature at fYinamette university,
Suit Filed Suit to collect $250
and costs has been brought in cir
cuit court here by Francis U.
Smith, et al, who names Lewis
Mishler as the defendant In the
Burke Ordered Out J o h n
Burke of Tacoma, Washington,
was released from the city jail
Thursday and ordered to leave
town; He had been arrested Wed
nesday night on a drung charge.
Motorcyclist Fined Archie
Evans of 172 W. . Myers street,
waa fined $10 in police court
Thursday for speeding. - He had
driven his motorcycle 50 miles an
hour on South Commercial street I
when arrested. ' 1
taIimm -o m.A
wmMm,m "J wmuu vuiuuii
i . i
charge, was fined $10 when he ukhobor sect have been caua- Louis O. Boucher. 47, was eon
appeared before Police JuUH lnr eonslderable trouble in west- ted of the first degree murder
Moon and Otho White will leave "es of some of their member. oed his attentions, by a su
c.. v a nr..vi.. .n' Thi ittmAnitrttiAni biTA hn fAi-tP! court jsry today. Life lm-
--rv. w :iii:-Z"
convenUon. En route they will
visit noints of interest.
Wain Fined A $10 fine was
paid in police court Thursday ' by
Hi L. Walp when' he appeared un-lm
uer cnarges ot, oews aruna. nei
was arrested early' Thursday
Will Mai i1 1 Marlon Peterson,
20, of 2425 8. 19th street, Salem,
obtained license Thursday from
the county clerk to marry Agnes
Wagnier, 20, Gervals.
Seeks $275 Henry Lambert
seeks $275 and costs in an action
brought in circuit court here this
week against J. Wayne Baker,
Gets License Clifford Brunk,
30, of Valsets, obtained a marri
age license Thursday to wed Ada
LaMay Holton, 20.
Gahlsdorf oa Trip William
Gahlsdorf will return Saturday
from a short vacation. '
Junior Board Meets The Y. M.
C. A. Junior board held its regular
meeting Thursday night. '
Dry Agent hot
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 12. (AP)
Because be frequently got his ge
ography an mixed up and senU
Ml .11 - .1 - 1 , Jl
raiuiag . parues ot leuerai urj
agents to mercantile bouses, foun
dries and even to a bank on one
occasion, Gus West, a prohibition
enforcement agent here, has re
signed,' Prohibition 1 Administrator
Haley- announced today. ' He has
failed twice to- pass the civil serv
UUeSHOn I aCKiefJ 01 nan- $
cial Help of Victims
tirmvi im. ,. am
The oft epaiedposal of giving
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ZrV . .,7 i irom a la.uuv-mue sum
rygn China and Japan.
in warcarw ccupiea tub- aiBsrcn-
lect WM welcon by iPpkesmen
portunity to aayanee. tne causes
os .cusarmameui ana suuost se-
m m a s su.ai 1
determent to war. The epeakera
acknowledged, however, that suc
cess of the plan would depend al
most wholly upon ad'optlon of
some general scheme for limits-
mum vi ariuaiucniB. I
ureat Britain and Germany sup-
ported the idea wholeheartedly.
Portugal. Holland and Denmark
approved the snirit of the vronos-
i but each advanced some condi-
ttqnal suggestions regarding the
muner w wwcfl me cneme migni 1
n operated. - " . ;
Meanwhile, a member of the!
jsmisa anegaaoa was nnoersiooa
tn "bA carrvrr In hla nrulrt a ra.
n1nt1nn rimHnr with' nntiai I
cussten regarding the status of 1
trained army reserves. .Reliable
forecasts of this proposal said it
would recommend that agreement
should b rearnoH not nniv nn th I
nnmher of men aorvlnr wftb the
colors, but also on the length of
time they should be held ir re
JUfaiaa w that thn nrlt.
Ish resolution would propose for
rtxtiv . nr thmnph enma anrt nt
The tirow.ua 1 to disnmirP wnr
hv erivin economic aid to a na-
tion which is attacked or menaced
came to the disarmament commit-
tee In the form of a resolution
drafted by the finance committee I
pi the league. The scheme pro-
vides for format?on,of a loan fund
snnnnrtAd hv nut inn a whfoh tnk.
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...it,, tn th nl, -rtm .1,1.1,
v w o v i vt uuvuv aaaafaatf uo
Employment of this aid would
rest entirely In the hands of the
counciI ot tne -e, whose action
i - i
would require a unanimous rote
Lord Cecil of Great Britain ad
vocated the project vigorously. He
said it would enable nations to
"ii laying up stocks of munitions
and thus operate for a partial re-1
uuc"u"vl wiBwaeaw. u aiso ar-
sea was cotcrete step
m"'"; n ii iuu
" o aammwierea ny im
F"t.rfZll d the government ot the
iuch, uc ft ueicfrem io uus-
Count 'Von Bernstorff of Ger
many supported this position. He
said, however, that "threat Dl ag-
gression" as used in the resolution
would need a careful definition.
il i JIV1., D. v., Depi. it
(AP) A proposal to provide tor
. m . B
the concentration In a prison col-
ony of such members of the Douk
hobor. religious sect who refuse
to comply with the laws of Can
ada has been forwarded to the
federal government in Ottawa, it
was announced here today by Hon
orable J. H. King, federal minister
of health. Mr. King said he would
take the proposition up with his
.! nn til a rafnrn (n nt
raytaAm rMwttiw v M,,-,.
1,-1,1. n.radea In nrnteat to tha
convictions for Indecent exposure.
Darcy Island, ".in the gulf of
Georgia has been mentioned as
the site of the proposed prison col-
n.nvk.w ..HiamMt. a-ria
.MM' V. - ,....l.t1. - 1uMta4
with regard to "all these colonies.
it was explained.
gM . tnvwtr 0 -t a Mm
rossioimy inac vue new urieans
street . car strike situation may .
shatter the harmony which has1
prevailed at the convention ot the
Almagamated association of street
ear and electric railway employee
loomed here today. The fight, if
it develops, is expected to come
before the convention tomorrow,
when a number of resolutions are
to be considered.
Action of the New Orleans strik
ers Wednesday in rejecting the
settlement agreement approved by
William Green, resident of the
American Federation of Labor and
William Mahonr president of the
carmen's organization, brought
about the situation. Mahon1 today
expressed his disapproval of the
stand taken by the New Orleans
Too Late To Classify
TOO LATH TO CUSSuI t
FURNITURE wanted. Win way
highest cash price. See,. 3 A- White,
zsa stat street, no pnone.
CALIFORNIA . home to exchansw.
Rave room modem bungalow with
J 1-1 acres free and clear near Riv
ersida, Cal. Beautiful place. - Want
house In Salem or aereaca land. SEE
STREET CAR STRIKE
Birth Control Necessary
For China's Well Being
Says Dr. Tully on Return
tm ruture ox cmna net in re-
taction of the immense birth rat
which la annually placing C.000.-
009 more uvea among the crowd
ed and sordid conditions known
In this day. Dr. Norman Kendall
Tully, pastor of the First Presby
terian church, said upon his re
turn to Salem early . this week
f mm a is .A.mn atndv ton?
VVVVV Ti " If UAU a 1 " VvUlltl
mtMt make some measure to de-
sons which the country must care
for each year, Tully says. China Is
awakening to this fact, Tully says.
But am all wonder after seeing a
halt million Chinese live in an
area no larger than the city of Sa-j
lem, Tully found Seattle a bare
placo when he returned to this
Held Widely Different
janan and CMna orrer atrlklnr
-ontmats in essentials, the-trav
eler found, with Japan at least ag
gressive, alert and now constant
ly improving its conditions, but
all in ay, he found it most, ilium
mating, to see "how the other half
iyet," albeit, the food in the orl
ent was o eood. the notatoea wera
nn Aon. th t)m was hard and
ticjpatea battle win be
wteen thosrwao believe the ae-
Itlon of President Mahon should
5? Pheld and those wtta feel the
i"w vu tii,.wm
tae to receive the support of the
n the absence of further in
Birucuun irom rrwuaiui ureen as
to whether or not the peace agree
ment still holds good, and what
action the carmen's international
should take. President Mahon re
fu"ed to comment on the situation.
v uva ""irucuon imm rrtsiucm
Green Is received, he said, the case
will be turned over to the inter
nauonai s execuuys ooara, wnicn
make Its recommendations to
the convention at large. It will
tlien 06 QD to the delegates to con-
cur in or unapprove or me rec-
ommenaa"on3 Malon BaJu. An
early rePy 'rom President Green
MOSCOW, Sept. 12. (AP)
Official Moscow was frankly per-
piezed tonight by the continuation
of Chinese attacks on the Slberian-
Manchurian border. The Soviet
spokesmen 6aid this course could
gajn china nothing except the bit-
ter re8entment ot the Russian peo-
e. Union whnaa nna duolrn
they emphasized, Is for peace.
A dfitnatph from VladtirnatnV-
late tonight said Chinese troops at
Pogranlchnaya had opened a furi
ous attack on the Soviet border de
tachments. The report related that
they were forced to retreat over a
20-mInute battle. A dispatch from
Chita to Tass, the official Russian
news agency, said that the Chi
nese had opened artillery and rifle
fire on Soviet frontier guards In
the regions of Dalal-Nor and Post
88, five miles west of Manchuria
station. A similar raid was report-
tnrinV am hirln titan i,1 9K
a.aAv aw . a tt wa vs m. vnt aa avaaaaca j a a
where a large band of White Rus-
siahs crossed the border and terri
fied the local population.
Spokane Man is
SPOKANE, Sept. 12. (AP)
of Mrs. Stella Brown, a bath house
I Proprietor Who he Said had
L0""'' - 11 V
" Y"U8 rrMU "It V
I was drunk at the time and did not
I " . . ' miwiunier
Ellis H. Stuart died at a local
hospital September 11, at the age
of 19 years. Survived by his par
ents, Mr. and-Mrs. E. W. Stuart,
ot Dee Moines, Iowa. The re
main t In mm nt tna Salam
Juna Moody, 18, son of John
Simtustus of Warm Springs, Ore
died Tuesday morning as the re
sult of an auto accident. The body
will be shipped to the Warm
Springs Indian reservation for ser
vices and interment. Arrange
ments In care of Clough-Huston.
Citr View Cemetery
Established 1808 . Tel. 1260
Perpetual care provided lor .
Prices Reasonable '
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual; care
Just ten minntes from the
-heart of town . " '
Terrible humidity mad lays al
most unbearable at times. '
Dr. TuHy was particularly In
terested la the new trend of edu
cation. In China, -where a great!
mass movement or wnat corres
pond to our vocational education
seem to be gaining, Impetus and
may supplant the stress now giv
en to secondary and higher edu
cation, which Is only a drop In the
bucket so far as the country roes,
Illiteracy is about 95 per cent pre
valent ia China, and about 95 per
cent eradicated In Japan, he
found. Through the new vocation
al education movement there.
practicalities are taken to the
farmers and other classes who
need them. This work is so largely
In the hands of missions.
Three things, Ignorance, pov
erty-and superstition, are every
where outstanding in China. In
Japan, Tully found electrification.
railroads running 'on time and
with good lines and Immense tra
vel and lights and waters In the
cities. In China, rolling stock on
the railroads Is a conglomeration
of delapldatlon, with only 7,000
miles of track in the country.
Trains run fairly well on schedule.
In Japan, bicycles are the chief
mode Of transportation, ' and In
China too they may be seen fairly
frequently.. A few highways may
be found In Japan, none In China.
In the mission work, although
even in It there is much room for
improvement, Tully found the
best thing in the most healthy
condition in China.
After crossing Japan and Korea,
Tully spent some time in Man
churia, traveling as far there as
Mukden. In Manchuria he found
a startling revealation: A Man
churia which is building into a
Chicagolike place, with many mod
ern buildings and skyscrapers. He
says here is destined to come a
big distributing point, Just as In
Chicago. Many Immigrants are
pouring into that section, also.
From Manchuria he went to Pek
ing, spending two weeks there
where he visited the rug factor
ies, old palaces and other places
of interest. In Peking he found the
jlnrikisha men in desperation be
cause their business had all disap
peared with removal of the capital
to . Nanking.
In China an entire family lives
on funds equivalent to $25 a year.
Among the main problems which
are facing China, Tully enumer
ated the following: lack of polit
ical unity; sordid conditions gen
erally; confusion of finance and
consequent high commissions
made by changers; lack of educa
tional system; almost limitless
corruption; lack of practicality;
need of capital and Industry.
Part of Tully's findings in the
Orient may be summed up in an
Incidental statement of his own:
I am certainly more pleased with
the western business man since
seeing the conditions and what he
is helping to do for China and
Japan, than I was when I went
IS HID BY SMOKE
YAKIMA. Wash.. Sept. 12.
(AP) Unable to locate the Port
land, Ore., airport this afternoon
on account of smoke from forest
fires. Pilot C. B. Stead of the
West Coast Air Transport, flying
from San Francisco to Portland,
brought his 12 passenger tri-mo-
tored plane down here late today.
The pilot hovered over the ap
proximate location of Portland for
some time, he said, before coming
to Yakima to replentlsh bis gas
oline supply. Among nis passen
gers were Philip C. Salzman and
C. 8. Greeley of Sah Francisco,
who refueled Nick Mamer'a plane,
Spokane Sun God, in his recent
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Head of Board Expresses-His j
Willingness to Ex-
. plain Facts
"WASHINGTON, Sept 12.
(AP) Taking notice of state
ments of members ot the senate
on the manner in which the fed
eral farm board is making loans.
Chairman Alexander Legge said
today he would be glad to go be
fore any senate- committee, and
give an explanation. .
With the exception of some
small loans authorised for facil-
tles, Legge said, the board had
agreed only to loans supprement-
al to those already made by the
federal intermediate banks.
'Otherwise," he continued, "we
would not have been able to make
loans to help the farmers with
this year s crop because the board
does not have the facilities to in
vestigate the applications. Co
operative associations that qualify
for loans from the ; intermediate
credit banks are qualified to re
ceive the supplemental loans from
the farm board." 1
Chairman Legge Bald that
throughout the country the wheat
storage, facilities, particularly at
Galveston. Tex., Buffalo, N. ,Y.,
and a large numher ot Atlantic
coast seaports, as well as interior
terminals, were overloaded with
grain but that he believed' the
peak had passed and better prices
were in prospect.
The board, he added, would dis
courage wheat growers from in
creasing their acreage, as over
production had been the cause of
most of their ills.
Senator Nye, republican. North
Dakota, made public complaints
of the final Conal Carriers associa
tion that wheat storage facilities
In New York were loaded with
Canadian wheat, thereby forcing
American producers to put their
products on the market at current
prices. Legge said that there
was some Canadian wheat at Buf
falo. The board announced It had
agreed to make supplemental
loans to red top grass seed and
rice growers cooperative associa
tions which have qualified for
loans from the federal interme
diate credit banks.
A supplemental advance to the
Rice Growers association of Cali
fornia, Sacramento, California, of
230,000 and an .advance of two
cents a pound of seed in addition
to a maximum of 1 cents a pound
obtained from the Intermediate
Credit bank by the Egyptian Seed
Growers exchange of Flora. Illi
nois, today were approved.
New Pupils at
High School Are
Asked to Enroll
Boys and girs who are plan
ning to attend Salem high school
for the first time this fall should
enroll this week or next, Princi
pal Fred Wolf said Thursday. So
Spray after fruit is off and be
fore a rain if possible
TVe can supply you
SOCIAL Twine for
sacking prunes, lb. . .
Salem Seed & Orchard
178 8. Com'l St. Phone M3
I. Saffron and S. Kline have
taken over the entire own
ership of the Salem Bargain
House and the Salem Junk
Company and will operate
under the same names as
heretofore. We are always
in the market to buy and
sell everything ,
Salen Bargain House
fi Salen JcakCo lie
- Saffron A Kline
S20 N. Connnereial St.
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BBITI1 MOVES TO
LONDON,- Sept. 12- (AP) j
Great Britain today made a new
move toward resumption of diplo
matic relations with Russia. A
note proposing that the conversa
tions begun several months ago
should be taken up again was dis
patched through the Norwegian
The negotiations have been at a
standstill since August 1. The
barrier consisted of Russia's insis
tence that ambassadors should be
sent to eacn capital before ques
tions In dispute between the two
governments were taken up. Ar.
thur Henderson, foreign secretary,
told the Russian ambassador to
Paris, M. Dovgalevsky at that
time that diplomatic , services
could . not be resumed on that
It was announced that the Rus
sian envoy had replied that he
would have to receive fresh in
structions from Moscow. He went
back to Paris but no further word
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MOSCOW, Sept. 1?(APJ .
reply to the British note suggest
ing resumption r of negotiation
for renewing diplomatic relations
between Russia and Great Bri
tain, was handed to 'the Norwe
gian charge d'af fairs tonight . by
Foreign Commissary Lltvinoff.
News dispatches from Londor
announcing that the labor govern
ment was ready to' resume th
conversations were received with
keen satisfaction in Moscow.
So far as could be ascertained
tonight, however, the Soviet gov
ernment has not receded from Re
position that ambassadors shoulti
be exchanged before any of the
outstanding questions between the
two countries are discussed. It
was indicated that If this point is
again taken up some sort of a
compromise might "be reached.
Gasoline War is
Said Dying Down
Tendencies to coverge upon a 12
cent level were noted in the gaso
line price situation Thursday fol
lowing intimations- Wednesday
that the "war was over" once
more. There still were several sta
tions offering gasoline at prices
below this figure, however.
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