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Albanian Leader Declares Ver
sailles Treaty Creates Stand
ting Menace to Peace.
By E1WAIU C. STIlt.TT.
International News Service staff
ROM K, Aug. 5ti. A prominent Al
tianlun citizen, Sotir Gjikn. who bus
Just returned from a visit to his native
fount ry, linn favored hip with the fol
lowing fctatemi'iu on tin- Halkan situ
ation: "The Halkan peninsula, even after
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world war, constitute a standing j
menace to the peace of Europe. The j
fundamental trouble is that the bung- j
line re-arrangement of the Balkans, as
It has emerged from the various iea-e
treaties, placed Serbia in a position of
u nil lscussed and undeserved suprem
acy over the other Halkan peoples.
"Such an arrangement cannot,
therefore, he regarded as lasting, be
cause It in not based on Justice and j
utterly disregards the claims of thou-j
Bands who have shed their blood for a
patriotic Ideal. Nevertheless. v til the'
exceptions of occasional violent dis
turhances which take place in Jugo
slavia between opposing tendencies
and factions, it may be said that a
state of calm prevails at present
throughout the Halkan peninsula.
i "T.s An Ominous 1hIih.
Hut 'tis only the ominous calm that
precedes a storm: for the down-trodden
peoples, Albanians. Montenegrins,
Bulgarians, etc.. who have been hand
ed over bound hand aim foot to Serbia
and Greece by the treaties will sooner
or later rebel agum.-t their thraldom,
while Serbs and Greeks, who have
benefited most of all from the gener-
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This man jumped from the roof of a hoti3e w hen villains, w ho sought
his life, pursued him He A.tight a telegraph wire with the crook of his
umbreKa and made his way to stfety. This was a stunt in a detective
story being filmed in Berila. Ami the fellow who risked his life to do U
was paid in marks!
osity of the victors, have no intention
of giving up their ambitious designs
on Albania, which they intend to cut
up and share a mom? themselves.
"Bulgaria, exhausted by the war
and busily engager! in the work of re
construction, does not deem it prudent
or advisable at the present monrent to
turn her Macedonian 'comitajis' loose
on Hf rVs for a final decision. The Al-
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banian government, intent on reor
ganizing the country which has only
just emerged from the century-loiiR
domination of the Turk, is animated
by the most sincere desire for peace.
'Tt may even be stated that, should
Greeks and Serbs withdraw beyond
the frontier-line of 1 M 1 3. respecting in
future the Albanian frontier as laid
dou n by the .conference of London,
Albania would be only too ftlail to
maint;un an attitude of strict neutral
ity, devoting itself entirely to recon
structive work In the common inter
est of all Halkan people. In no case
however, would Albania abandon to
their fate those of her children vh ,.
owir.g to the Injustice of the powers,
have remained under foreign domina
tion. 'IVontler Warfare Ceased."'
"In spito of the bellicose spirit
which is one of the characteristics of
all Balkan peoples, it may be said that
comparative calm now reigns through
out the peninsula.' Frontier warfare
between Albanians and Serbs has
ceased, as also has the guerrilla fight
ing between comitajis and Serbia-
anan garrisons In Macedonia. Th?
situation has also somewhat improved
in the district of Kossovo, which has
always been the scene of fierce en
counters between Albanian insurgents
and Serbs. But the latter have not
given up their policy of systematic
massacres and denationalization, ruth
lessly suppressing as raanv Albanian
patriotic as fall into their hands.
There are about one million Alba-'
.mans in the district of Kossovo, 'and j
their presence constitutes an instir-1
mountable obstacle to the realizatii.i
of Serbia's ambitious designsin Ma
cedonia and in Xorthern Albania. i
"As regards the situation in Mon
tenegro, it is extremely grave, and it
is no exaggeration to say that the in- I
dependence of this unfortunate and '
heroic little country is irremediably j
compromised. Official Europe ap- 1
pears to have definitely accepted the !
accomplished fact, namely. Montene-
gro's forced annexation to Jugoslavia,
.Montenegro can only hope to reac-!
ipiire its lost liberty by a general up- !
heaval of Palkan peoples against Ju- I
goslavia, which would have the effect j
of driving back the Serbs within their
natural confines. I
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ECHO, Aug. !. D. B. Wolford sus
tained severe bruises and cuts last
Thursday when the team he was driv
ing to a disc, ran away and he fell un
der the disc. Mr. Wolford was con
fined to his bed for several days but
Vas able to he out Wednesday.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Saylor and
daughter of Freewater, arrived in
Echo, Wednesday, on their way to visit
meir sons, Kalph and Edgar who live
on Butter Creek.
Mfs. E. F. Summers received a tele
gram the last of the week telling of the
serious illness of her Hister in Texas,
-Mrs. Homrners started for Texas, but
herime s'i ill in 1'ortlnnd, that she was
compelled to return home -where she
is still sick.
Mrs. F. F. fleorge and daughters,
Marion and Lucille returned from Hot
Lake, Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. fj. Davis, Mrs. A.
Brown and Mrs. I'errigo, of Walla
Walla, motored to Echo Sunday to
visit at the W. W. Esselstyn home.
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r. and Mrs. H. StoCnrmaeh and
sfin William lt-ft by auto for thn coast.
They expect to vinit different places on
the coaMt In "Washington and Oregon.
A crowd of Kcho's young married
people enjoyed a picnic at I'matilla
Sunday. About twenty were in attend
Mrs. William McCarty and children
arrived home from the valley where
they have been visiting her parents.
The Jlisses Mary and Faye liarthol
omew of Butter Creek were visitors
here on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Marie and Marjorle
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grain will all be threshed in two weeks
more. The yield is good and the
quality first class. The weather is
ideal for harvest bo far.
! Mrs. Lillian Fredericks and Miss
Dorothy Tweedy visited friends nt
camp Cold Springs and Camp McDoti
Mr. and Mrs. Will Oould and grand
children will arrive from Alberta Sep
Mrs. C. W. Avery nnd daughter
Elizabeth visited relatives on the
mountain last week.
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George, Francis Hills and Helen and
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Perrigo and a sister of Mrs. Davis and I J0VP1 a delightful picnic In the grove
Mrs. Brown. I here.
The Kcho horse shoe players took
defeat cheerfully Sunday and all de
clare the Hamley teams totbe a Jolly
good bunch. Xeedless to say the
Kchoiteg hope to win the games here
Mr. and Mrs. John Young returned
Monday from an enjoyable trip to the
AVillamette valley. They were gone
about ten days.
Itev. W. rt. Gliser ard family of
Hood Hiver, called on friends Tuesday.
They were driving to D-.iyton, Wash.,
where they will visit hcr parents until
Aug. 31st, when the M. K. conference
convenes in Kpokane. Hev. Gliser was
pastor of the church here for two
years, where he was highly esteemed.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferry of Davenport,
Washington visited Tuesday at the
t home itf Mrs. A. Ixngwell and Mrs.
O. K. Mudge nnd Miss Alice Mudge
left on Tuesday night for Orenco, Ore.
where MN Mudge now lives. She was
a former Fho girl, having lived here
for several years. O. Iv. Mudge liven
Mr. and Mrs. Hawley Jtean were
week end visitors at Hldaway. They
were accompanied by Mr. llean's falh
r. Judge Heun. h) will remain ut
Hldaway for Kimetlme. I
VIENN'A, Aug. 26. (A. I'.) A
treaty of peace with the United States
has been signed.
(Kast Oregonian Ppecial)
WESTOX MT., Aug. 2. Mrs. Dick
English received a telegram Tuesday
stating that her sister Elsie Miller was
very seriously ill at her home in Le
banon, Oregon. Mrs. English left im
mediately on the first train out for
Francis Davis of Weston is visiting
at the E. E. Faust home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frankland have moved
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who has the farm leased. I
Henry llnoher and Willis Forth will
move their machine home Saturday
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