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ARMENIANS FALL
VICTIMS BEFORE
T
Men are Being Massacred by the
Wholesale and the Women are Be
ing Sold Into Blackest Slavery.
200,000 VILLAGERS FLEE
Town Arc Aluiiuloiicd and Terror
stricken Residents Seek Shelter in
Hh II 111m Turkish Bands ore in
Pursuit Killing Straggler Who Full
by the Wayside.
CONSTANTINOPLE Sept. 16.
(By Courier to Dedeaghatch) The
Turks have resumed their extermina
tion of the Armenians. They have
outraged the ' women and sold them
Into the blackest slavery and mas
sacred the men by wholesale. Whole
communities have been driven from
their homes Into the desert. Two
hundred thousand villagers between
l'enl Chedlr and Aflon Karahlssur.
Asia Minor, have abandoned their
homes in fear of Turkish cruelties,
and fled to the mountuins for safety.
Turk bands are pursuing them, mer
cilessly shooting down the stragglers
and capturing the women who fall by
the way exhausted. At some places,
authorities presided personally over
the frightful massacre.' according to
private advices reaching here.
PROFESSOR LANDERS WILL
TAKE POSITION III DENVER
Prof. J. B. Landers, former super
intendent of the Pendleton schools
who resigned his position last spring,
will leave next week for Denver where
he will take a position as assistant
to Dr. J. II. Ttlden, founder and
head of the School of Health In that
city.
Dr. Tlldcn Is a cousin of Prof. Lan
ders und for the past ten years has
been trying to secure the services of
the latter. He is a health expert of
national renown. At present he Is
conducting a clinic In two large
buildings and It is crowded to capac
ity. Mrs. Landers will accompany her
husband to Denver.
People Kwlc in floats.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 16. Heavy
rains during the last 24 hours canned
floods at various points in western
Missouri and southeastern Kansas.
At Carthage, Mo., many houses were
flooded, many families making their
escape in boats. Train service Is de
moral lied. Continued rains are pre
dicted. LATE BULLETINS
Czar Refuses Liberals.
PETIUR1 11 A 11, Sept. 16. The ciar
bus refused to grant the liberals fur
ther concessions In the reform pro
gram and the duma will be prorogued
today and for several weekB, It was
reported. No trouble Is anticipated
however.
Heavy losscs at Dardanelles.
LONDON, Sept. 16. The British
losses in killed and wounded In the
Dardanelles operations total 79,293,
Under-Secretary Tennant announced
today.
French Wreck German Depots.
PARIS, Sept. 16. The suburbs of
Arras were heavily bombarded last
night. The French replied and si
lenced the German batteries. The
French also shelled the Oerman mu
nition depots around Roye and Laa
elgny, blowing up a number of them.
The communique reported an artillery
battle throughout the Woevre, Cham
pagne and Vosges regions.
Cooler Weather In East.
WASHINGTON. Sept 16. The
weather bureau reported today that
New York and Atlantic states, which
have been sweltering under terrific
heat, cooled today. There waa also
a lower temperature In the Ohio val
ley and lake regions. The highest
reading today was 80 degrees at 10
o'clock.
Sharp Note Penned.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18. The
sharpest note this government has yet
penned will be sent to London It was
predicted today, should an Investiga
tion prove the truth of American Im
porters charges that British private
Interests are obtaining modifications
under the HrltlHh order-ln-councll,
which have been denied to Americans.
Defense Conference Called.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 16. The
president took the first definite step
toward Increasing the nation's de
fenses when he arranged today for a
Joint conference Septemher 28 be
tween himself, Secretary Daniels and
the chairman of the house naval committee.
TURKISH
ROOPS
BATTLE IS 01 WHICH
E FATE OF
itrssiA.vs axi) Germans are
STRl GLING l'Oll CONTROL
or DV1NSK.
PETHOGHAII, Sept. 16. The Aus
Irian right wing lias In-u forced to
retire 20 miles Into Gullrla. hut u
fighting dc.icratcly. The Ittishlans
are continuing In pursuit and have
-r.hed the Stry.oa river and now oc
cupy (HihitloiiH on the wist bank. The
Russians claim illiiKI Austrian prison-
era.
LONDON. Sept. 16 Russian and
German forces are battling for con
trol of Dvinsk. Dispatches Indicate
the Russians are gaining strength
while the Germans are finding it
more difficult to make progress. The
struggle now raging It, Is believed,
will have a decisive effect on the fate
of Riga and Petrograd.
BERLIN, Sept. German forc
es have captured Plnsk, it was offi
cially announced today.
Train is Held
up And Bandit
Gets Big Haul
I.OXK HOIIHEIt escapes WITH
LOOT ESTIMATED AT
OVER 25IM.
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 16. The
American Express Company early to
day had not ascertained the amount
of the haul mude by a lone bandit
who held im a Lake Erlp nri Vt.
ern Irnin lust tili'hl tiutu-oon lp,t,llu !
and Cicero, and escaped. thnURh It
was believed it would be over 12500.
The authorities have a good descrip
tion of the bandit and hope to cap
ture him soon.
2 AUSTRIAN DESTROYERS
SUNK BY ITALIAN DIVER
PARIS, Sept. 16. Two Austrian
destroyers were sunk by an Italian
submarine In the Adriatic Monday,
according to Turin dispatches today.
Ship Cargoes
Millions Are Confiscated
LONDON, Sept. 16 Cargoes of
ships detained en route from Ameri
ca to Copenhagen, valued at ten mil
lion dollars, were confiscated today
by the admiralty prize court. The
heaviest losses fell on the meat packers.
Youths of 18 Are Called to
Colors by French Government
PARIS, Sept. 16. The government
today Introduced a bill calling the
1917 class to the colors, and ordering
the class of 18S8 to be held in readi
Sound Has Fish Shortage.
OLYMPIA, Wash., Sept 16. The
fact that the run on humpback sal
mon In Puget Sound this year was
only 30 per cent of normal threat
ens to affect seriously the question
of operation of the Washington state
fisheries department. The new fish
code provides that expenditures of the
department must be limited to its
revenues.
It was the intention that the four
year period of fish runs should be
taken as the basis for calculation, but
It Is declared that the language of the
act, as adopted, prohibits such an In
terpretation. Sons Accused of Murder.
NOG ALES. Arlxona, Sept. 16.
George and Frank Proctor, sons of
the lnte Charles Proctor, millionaire
pioneer, were Jailed here on a charge
of murdering their stepfather, Thom
as Ellas, cattleman, 12 hours after
he had married their mother. The po
lice allege the suspects admit guilt,
each claiming he did it alone and
that his brother Is Innocent.
San Franriseo Man president,
IX)S ANGELES, Sept. 16. Closing
Its fourth annual convention, the
Association of Port Authorities elect
ed J. P. Dwyer of San Francisco pres
ident and chose Montreal ns the place
for the next convention In 1-916. F.
W. Murphy of Portland. Ore., was el
ected a director.
DELEGATES
L
FORMULATE PLAN
TO
Oregon and California Grant Case
Comes Before Conference Which
Convenes Today at Salem.
WITHYCOMBE 6IVES ADDRESS
Governor of State I'rgca Meeting to
Itefraln From Taking Any Action
Which Might lie Interpreted by
Congress an presumptuous and Thus
Injure Oregon's Cause.
SALEM. Ore., Sept. 16. A confer
ence on the Oregon and California
Hallroad Land Grant, to formulate a
plan to dispose of the land and re
commend to congress a policy for the
sale and settlement, began today. W.
I. Vawter was appointed temporary
chairman.
Approximately 300 delegates are
present. Governor Withycombe ad
dressed the conference, urging it to
refrain from taking action which
might be Interpreted by congress as
presumptuous, and so unwittingly lh
Jure Oregon's cause.
Wily Chinese Must Go.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 16. Wong
Doo King, a Chinese famous in San
Francisco as a highbinder, whom the
immigration authorities for years have
tried to expel from this country, must
go at last. His order for deporta
tion was Bigned after the case had
hung undecided for many months,
with the Chinese using every legal
device to stay off the decision.
Judge Pooling remanded him to
the Federal Immigration officers for
deportation to China.
Always before Wong had been too
wily for the federal officers, who fail
ed time and again to convict him of
charges. He Is an old man now.
Argentina Stays Action.
BUENOS ATRES, Sept. 16. The
chamber of deputies has rejected a
proposed resolution for an immediate
Interpellation of the minister of for
eign affairs on the subject of Argen
tina's Intervention in the Mexican
question. It was decided to await
further consideration of the subject
by the Pan-American conference,
called by the United States.
Valued at 10
Sir Samuel Evans charged that a
number of American shippers had at
tempted to evade the German block
ade by using false manifests. Only
small portions of the carboes were re
leased. ness for service. This brings to the
colors youths of 18 and men of 47.
A quarter of a million French boys,
many In school, probably will be
ordered Into training camps.
Rabies at Sliver Lake.
SILVER LAKE. Ore., Sept. 16. A
dog was bitten by a mad coyote on
E. D. Ling's ranch near here and Mr.
Lutx killed both animals with a fence
rail.
H. L. Holverson while running a
grain header on the F. D. Duncan
Place six miles south, had a narrow
escape from being bitten by a mad
dened -coyote. The animal attempted
to board the machine w ith the driver
but was fought off. Mr. Holverson's
only weapon was a small claw ham
mer. " '
A horse belonging to R. K. Ward
of this section, bitten by a rabid coy
ote some months ago was killed last
week after attempting to bite other
horses.
Turks Sink Submarine.
LONDON. Sept. 16. The admiral
ty admitted today that the Turkish
announcement the British submarine
E-7 had been sunk and the crew cap
tured, was "presumably true." The
submarine has not returned to Its
bnse.
Stolen Gold Ore Found.
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Sept. 16.
Twenty-five thousnhd dollars, worth,
of high grade ore, stolen rim the
Empire mine at Nevada City was
found today In the basement of a
house here. Officers have been on,
the trail of the ore for months. I
COST OF PAVING ON
SOUTH fffl WILL BE
BID Ol' WARREN CONSTRICTION
CO. IS $1000 INDER
FKURKS.
The paving of south Main street
from I luff to High will cont U-m
than estimated by the city engineer,
the bid of the Warren Construction
aompany to the council lust evening
being nearly a thousand dollars under
the estimate. The Warren company's
bid for the gravel bltulithic, macad
am, excavating, ets., totaled ?5.')51.D7
while Its separate bid for the con
struction of concrete curbs and but
ters amounted to 1 1 79.76. These
were the only bids received.
The Newport Land & Construction
Co. of Hermlston was awarded the
contract for grading and Improving
the west end of Jackson street, its
bid being $1445. -
Has Claim For Injury.
Mrs. 'L. D. Sherman last night put
In a claim for $33.15. which she al
leges is the sum of her expenses
made necessary by an injury which
she sustained recently in a fall al
leged to have been caused by a de
pression In the sidewalk on the west
side of Lilleth street between Alta
and Railroad. In the darkness, she
alleges, she did not notice the de
pression. In her communication to
the council she stated last evening
that she wrenched her back so pain
fully that she was compelled to re
main In bed four days and to refrain
from her usual household duties for
three weeks. The claim was referred
to the city attorney and the claims
committee.
Upon the recommendation of the
light committee, it was voted last
evening to Install a lun watt incan
descent lamp at the corner of East
Alta and College streets. A petition
was presented asking for a light at
the corner of Railroad and Market
streets, and this was referred to the
light committee.
The bid of S. Rtrglh fc Co. forMhe
$500 Tustln street improvement bonds
was received last evening. The bid
was par and accrued Interest. Final
payment ws made to G. R. O'Mel
venv on the Garden street sewer.
The application of C. S. Wheeler
for permission to put a new shingle
roof on a portion of his building was
refused last evening. The vote of the
council was a tie and Acting Mayor
Dyer cast his ballot In favor of the
fire committee's recommendation.
Building permits were also asked bv
O. S. Young and by L H. Stump for
the erection of a temporary dancing
hall on the vacant lot on the corner
of Webb and Cottonwood.
Mrs. Miller, who operates a pop
corn wagon on Alta street, was grant
ed permission to run her wagon until
the end of the year. Mayor Dyer,
who openly opposed granting the per
mission on the ground that it would i
be inconsistent w ith the action the I
council recentlv took In nlnolnir n I
prohibitive license on all street wag
ons, decided in favor of the propo
sition when the originnl vote was a
tie. Including himself there were but
six councilmen present and three vot
ed for and three ngains the request.
The acting mayor was thus placed
in the position of voting both for and
against the matter. Mrs. Miller repre
sented that she had purchased the wa
gon believing that the old license was
transferable and had already deposit
ed with the city the amount necessary
to continue until the end of the year.
Councilmen Montgomery, Vaughan
and Slebert favored granting the re
quest because of the good faith with
which she had acted and because of
the capitnl she had already tied up
in her business.
Want American Securities.
NEW YORK, Sept. 16 Uncon
firmed reports were In circulation
that American bankers conferring!
with the commissioners of the enten-
te allies have decided not to make
the loan of $1,000,000,000 sought un
less American securities are deposited
here as collateral. It Is understood
the commission Is trying to secure the
loan without other securities than
the pledged word of Britain. i
11
NEWS SUMMARY
General.
Armenians slaughtered by Turk..
Delegate gather at SaHem for land
grant conference. I
Sweden may Join Germany In war.'
Plans for loan to allien partially
completed,
Battle on eastern front may decide
fate of Petrograd.
Local I
nero of Merrtmao to speak here on
national prohibtttoa,
South M"lii street paving to he less
coolly than estimated. ',
Plans for hie Happy Canyin show
a boot completed.
Council will attend laying of fed
cnil building ciict stone. I
SWEDEN MhJ
miTn mu aq ah
111 1 u unw no mi
fil
According to London Report, Kaiser
is Doing all he can to Gain
Another Ally.
ACTS OF RUSSIA RECALLED
Losing of Finland Ih Point Which
German Bring Into Prominence as
Reason for Sweden Kntering tlio
Struggle Swedish Militarists Sym-pathla-
with Germany.
LONDON. Sept. 16. What Sweden
will do is the burning question here j
today. Popular opinion, based on I
more or less reliable. Information, is !
that Sweden w ill shortly throw her i
lot In with Germany. Germany is do-
jntr Vtai ao Kt L L? 1: I '
..v. wto. uiiug nie ov-auuuiilt 1-
ans into the conflict. The financial
Interests of Sweden favor he war.
This war party is trying to' create a
popular sentiment, against Russia,
reminding Swedes that Russia took
Finland from Sweden. Militarists of
Sweden are of the German school and
are sympathizers with the Teutons.
However the progressive party, which
out voted the reactionaries in past el
ections, Is anti-German and anti-war.
MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
WILL ATTEND CEREMONIES
WILL UK GIKSTS OF IIOXOU AT
LAYING OF CORNERSTONE
OF POSTOFFICE.
Acting Mayor Dyer and all of the
members of the city council will be
guests of honor at the laying of the
cornerstone of the new federal build,
Ing next Wednesday afternoon. An
invitation was extended to them last
evening by the local Masonic lodge,
which is In charge, and was accepted
by them. The ceremonies will be
held at 4 o'clock in the afternoon
to permit all school children to at
tend. Mother Saves Twln9.
SANTA ROSA. Cal., Sept. 16. Mrs.
Charles Llbby, residing on a rand
near Sebastopol, saved her twin ba
bies at the risk of her own life when
shs rushed into the blazing home and
out again with the children In her
arms through a barrier of flames.
Every stitch of clothing
from her back and, while she is in
a rrec.irious condition from Itihtrlou i
tlie children are unscratched.
llarrarvt Professor Drowns.
BOSTON, Sept. 16. The bodv of
Dean Eira Thayer of the Harvard'
law school, an authority on interna-i
tionnl law, was taken from the'
Charles river today. An examination j
indicated death was due to drown
ing.
Autos Help llorsesliocrs.
CLEVELAND. Sept. 16 Delegates '
to the convention of the Master
Horseshoers' National Protective As- j
sociation, In session here, declared i
that the hard pavements used on nu
tomobile roads was helping their bus
iness. They say a horse's shoes now are
wearing only one-fourth as long as!
formerly.
Wheat Stronger at
Chicago; Exporters
Raise Their Sights
Wheat quotations are stronger ev
erywhere today. The Chicago market
dosed with an advance of two and
a half cents over yesterday's price
for September and a two cent advance
for December and May deliveries.
Even the Portland market came to
life enough to advance prices three
cents on club and two cents on blue
stem. There Is no business here ow
ing to the refusal of farmers to sell
nt present prices. 75 cents being the
highest openly offered for club. Re
ports from Portland are to the effect
secret efforts are made to purchase
wheat at higher prices In order to
provide cargoes for ships now in port.
Chicago.
CHICAOO, Sept. 16 .(Special. )
Jl the close today. Sept. $1.03; Dec.
96 1-Se; May 99 1-8.
Portland.
PORTLAND. Ore., Sept. 16. (Spe
cal.) Portland bid rrlces: Club
S, bluestem 88.
Liverpool (Yesterday.)
LIVERPOOL. Sent. IS. Wheat.
riot No. 1, Manitoba, 12s l-!d: No.1
2. lis lid; No. 3. lis, 9 l-!d; No. l'
Northern Puluth, no stock.
In American terms the Liverpool
price for spot No. 1 Is now 11.75 1-10
per bushel. 1
TO GERMANY
PLANS FOR LOAN 10
ALLIES HAVE BEEN
PRACTICALLY IDE
VMKRHAX HAXKFIIS WILLING
TO (.lAIIAXTFi; ITS KIXTESS,
IT IS SAID.
NEW YORK. Sept. 16. The con
ference between the International fi
nancial commission and leading New
York financiers adjourned early to
day after a contiuous session . since
yesterday afternoon. The New Y'ork
delegates admitted the billion dollar
loan had been prattlcaly arranged, as
they had found American bankers
sufficiently willing to participate tc
guarantee the success of the loan.
It was rumored that J. P. Morgan
labored unsuccessfully for half an
hour yesterday with John D. Rocke
feller, Junior, to enlist the Rockefel
ler resources In the project
CHICAGO. SeDt. 16. Onnosition
to the proposed billion dollar loan to
the allies was voiced today by Sena
tor J. Hamilton Lewis. In a letter to
the public. He contended the loan
would "invite a repetition of the '73
and '93 panics." i
Government of
Turkey Dreads
Army Uprising
PI t EPA RATION'S M ADE TO TR ANS
FER CAPITAL IN FEAR OF
AN OUTBREAK.
LONDON, Sept. 16. The Turks are
preparing to transfer their govern
ment, and financial establishments to
Asia Minor, fearing an insurrection
in their army. Athens dispatches as
sert. The present plan is to have
Germans man the Turkish artillery
in an effort to suppress the expected
attempt
HOBSONWILL SPEAX HERE
FOR PROHIBITION CAUSE!
ANNOUNCEMENT I. MAiDST BY
REPRESENTATIVE OF AXTl
SALOON LBACLE
Boosting the causa of national pro
hibition and incidentally advocating
a larger army and navy, Richmond
Pearson Hobson, the hero of the
Merrimac and more recently a con
spicuous figure in congress, will ar
rive In Pendleton on November IS,
and will address a local audience In
the auditorium of the Pendleton high
school. Tills was thu announcement
made this morning by George N.
Taylor of Portland, representing the
anti-saloon league of Oregon.
Hobson is making a swing over the
northwest and dwu the Pacific coast
as an agent of the Anti-saloon League j
of America. This organisation fsi
seeking to secure the adoption of the
Hobson national prohibition amend
ment and Is snaking an extensive
campaign for that purpose Hobson'si
lecture Is said to be a popular one. I
and. Inasmuch as be has been known
in congress as much for his advocacy
of greater national defenses as for
his espousal of the prohibition cause,
he will touch upon this subject also.
Rev. J. E Snyder of the Presbyte
rian chnrch will complete the ar-.
ramcements for the lecture in this
city.
WELTERWEIGHT WRESTLER
WILL BATTLE LOCAL BOY
Walter Arndt, who claims the)
welterweight championship In wrest-i
ling on the Pacific coast, will meet
Arthur Newman of Pendleton, to-1
night In the exhibition tent at Camp-1
hell s carnival, West Alta and West
Court streets. The match will start;
promptly at 8:15 o'clock. Three fasti
boxing preliminaries have been ar-
ranged and Pal Weineberger. strong
man, will exhibit his skill In lifting
weights
Arndt will weigh In at 145 pounls;
while Newman will weigh 160. Arndt!
travels wun tne carnival company
and takes on wrestling aspirants in
the towns where the show exhibits.
The match will be for the bet two
out of three falls.
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All Unlet fin linr,l,.F A
BROWNSVILLE. Sept. 16
Mexico's three day independence
day celebration opened today
with only minor disturbances
that were confined solely to the
Mexican side of the border. The
extreme precautions taken by
the American forces are hellev-
ed to have caused the Mexicans
an Indisposition to "start any-
thing'' en the American side
pfTY OF
6000
IS PLANNED
THE OPENER
Happy Canyon Committee Ccmplet-
ing Details ef Program Which
Will be in Full Swing Next Week.
THRILLS WILL BE FURNISHED
Comedy stnf, Too, Vll Bo Included
In An. Hour's Entertainment for
Each EvonJng Gambling will tin
on Am Usual moil, in Fact, tlie "lid
Will Be OtC to Stay.
When Happy Canyon opens Its
doors to the world next Wednesday
night, things will be stirring in the
little old burg and the thousands who
attend will get some new sensations
in entertainment. The commutes
have now about concluded their
plans for the big evening show of
Roundel d. ek. and their promts
of something even better than last
year may be taken at Its face value.
The general program committee,
consisting- of J. R. Raley, L. D. Drake
and Frederick Steiwer, is flxlmj up
an hour's program for each evening
that will be filled with laughs and
screams and thrills. "Every minute
one to be remembered," I their slo
gan. .
The general festivities which will
follow the- opening program will be
of the same nature as last year, only
more extensive. There will be
"gambling- and "drinking" In the
"Red Dog Saloon," dancing In the big
pavilion back of the "saloon" and
plenty f other diversions. Among
these other diversions are some be
ing prepared by George C. Baer and
Osmer E. Smith, special commltlee on
added attractions. For one thing,
they are building what they call a
"Shate the shutes" and they guaran
tee to operate it until at least one
perron has been killed. Then they
will present a fashionable society
dame smoking opium in the Chines
Joint and there will be & real celes
tial there to keep her pipe filled.
They have not yet consented to dt
vulge the name of the society lady
they have secured. Another exhibit
they will have will be nothing more
or less (principally more) than
Sharkey, the Roqpd-up's bucking
Belgrade bull. For a buck bill any
body can get a close-up view of this
ton-heavy brute and touch a carress
ing hand to his sleek hide- Other
features they are keeping to them
selves for the time beign.
Some big alterations are being
made to the Interior of the "canyon."
and will give more room, more seat
ing capacity sad a better general ef
fect. E
IliMi
TO D!
sin
OF ATLANTIC
Tills IS INTERPRETATION PIT
I'POX REUNSTOIIFFS AN"-.
NOl NCEMENT.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 16. Ger
many and the United States are un
dergoing a "cooling off" process
which will continue for a, fortnight.
Secretary Lansing leaves for a vaca
tion tomorrow. Von Bernstorff Is
not expected to return here lu, the
meantime.
The German amba.M.uJor's tn
nouncement that a "complete uler
standing" has been ruchl with
Secnnry Lansing Is m.'e.y at m.
dersisntirg tha'. Amurl. v IsnUu on
.1 t )jhvow'1 of the Arab io trHloing
s the on y condition mi ler whi, h ho
will continue dlpliiu'i.: !.i'cicoui.
Tin f isy was th3 Wh .elmtse -'.ti r-pe-t'cn
of Von Uernstorff s lnt r-i-iv
..) the New York Woi-v, ?.'r
ci i. settlemj.it whl h w, u'l
more friendly that eve. lift
sharing the ambassador confi'lrn' .
however, the president wmts to hear
direct from Brlln-
Austria Dcntc Interference.
VIENNA, Sept. H "Austria hn
not lnerfered and will riot interfere
with the Internal a r:iiri of Arn ii n
Wo ere too buy w Mi Mur,;M'?in if
falls to bother with trltt ,n m
eru.i The request u:r t no i.v.ill of
Am V!t u 'or Duuil'a i-hi i - t ,11-tjri
our fi tiid v relations."
A r'Kil Austrian offl ul su.- .he
f .ri-gin.,' statement to Did l'nl e I
Press tod.iy. It waa not determined
whether a socceisor to Iiinil,a will
I'e appointed.
Berlin scientist have Invented
nourishing yeast, containing rn
than SO i,r cent albumen, ure
re.l
Iron: s''K.ir am! ammonium s'llphme
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