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THE DAILY CAPITAL JUUK.al alK.Mokkgqn, SATUKTUY, DECEMBER 1. 1919
AI lERiCA STAIiDS TO v , CLEnEfiCEAU SEEKS
ill HEM SQUABLE
Washington, Dec. 11. Carranza's London, Deo. 1J. American Am
refusal to permit further drilling of baasador Davis was summoned
American oil wells in Mexico may Downing street today for a conference
cost the United States government witn Premier Lloyd-George and Pre
vu,vuu.uu0, it was estimated nere , . ,, .
today. The expenditure would be in- mlar C""e- vis cancelled sev
currad in conrtin use oil hnmtnr eiaJ important engagements to at
vessels into coal burners. tend.
Kepresentat.vea of American oil con " lhe summons, it was understood
cen t hero today were confident the wa Primarily for the purpose of in
state department would take firm forming the United States regarding
steps to influence Mexico to desist its decisions of Uie present series oi
imevfeieiice with American opera- conferences involving Great Britain,
tions They asserted that if the oil is - ranee and Italy, thereby avoiding
not saved the United States navy will any offense to the American govern-
oe crppiea ana some railroads, most- tuent. a he conferees, it was pointed
jy in lexas, wjii do rendered idle. out, realize Americans entitled to the
Moras uuipui insuincKiit fullest confidence.
The consumption of oil In this he conference, it was said today
country Is expected to reach 400,000,- , ,ol,. ., . . ..
ooa mnr. th -hi k! a fi especially rates of exchange and the
1; i 1
m I. DIRECTION WILLI AM FOX
000 more than will be produced in the
Unite J States. The demand for oil is
increasing every year over the amount
produced In the United States and it
question of deferring payment of In
Premier Clemenceau s conference
1 said only Mexico can supply this ,n London with Premier Lloyd-George
demand. anu vmerio ciaioia, Italian foreign
The American wells in Mexico dur- minister, are a "sardonic comment up-
ing 1918 exported .40.000,000 barrels on the course and results of recen
to the United States and up to the trench diplomacy," the Manchester
end of October they had exported dur- Guardian, liberal organ, declared to-
mg tne year 60.000,000 barrels to this day.
country, it was said today by repre- Opposition to the proposed France
entatives of the companies. British-Italian alliance, which Clemen
minion acres invoivea ceau Is believed to be working for, was
uun ui ine Mexican evident in many quarters. The Frencli
. , ?,iU!re! P'" '" the old system of alllanc,
" " "usni ana leasea aA i,Qi , .,
VA v i , w mtum ttu-
by American companies, it was said.
If d- 'Hp- of new well, is nermann- Protection, is meeting with lit
1 prohibited bv Crr3n,l th. t)e ravor ln Brish labor circles, . It
. " Uf f. a nJln.tJ
cent and w.l! be rapidly decreased un
til all the present wells are exhaust
ed, the representatives of the oil com
The shipping board is understood to
need between forty million and sixty
million barrels for the year begin
ning next April. The Mexican oil
fields have been relied upon to sup
ply about HO per cent of this.
The navy relies upon the Mexi
can field for about 20 per cent of its
fuel oil, it was said, while the rail
roads that run on oil need 12,000.000
.barrels from Mexico.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
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MOTHER OF DEAD GIRL
10 TESTIFY MONDAY
Lawton, Mich., Dec. 13. Sarah Ta
bor, mother of Maud Tabor, whose em
balmed body was found in the base
ment of her home here, will probably
testify when the Inquest Is resumed
on Monday, officials stated today. Mrs
Tabor will be brought from California
she was arrested with her son
Extradition papers were Issued y'ea-
lv, according to word recBlvnil
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Maud Tabor Bhdrtlv before her
deah. was held today charged with
murrter. The ' charee was placed
airalrst Virgo following the testlmonv
of TV A E Warthem. who said tn
girl had died following an illegnl op
eration. vio claimed he n-ivlHed the moth-r-
n.'minHt an illnnul onei-aHon. Vlrro
has (n married sir times and has
lrnnn.iari?e 0f embalmipfr due to some
crne-tenr while wwWm for an un
dertaker here. ' 1
and SERVICE STATION
he department of physical education
for men at the college and now hold
ing a similar position at Stanford uni
versity, was a campus visitor. tie
stopped at Corvallls on his way south
after attending the Pacific coast con
ference in Seattle.
Thirty aspirants are out for places
an the college basketball team. Neat
ly 60 freshr en are interested in this i
college paBtie. but the season is too i
young for telling Just who's who in the
Three medical officers from Camp
Lewis have been detailed to examine
al R. O. 'r. C. men physically. Men
are required to take the examination
in order to be eligible to use govern
ment uniforms, commutation for sub
sistence or any other provilegea. ' v
Mrs. Eliza Jolllff of Minnesota has T. G. HENDRICKS, PIONEER OP
nilFfhasAll AT Hi .
ranch near Adams, in Umatilla coun
ty, for $32,000.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
years ago, when he asked to be re-
EUGENE, CALLED BY DEATH tired.
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ViHAPPY NEW YEARVi
. Cords 8000 miles.
Fabrics 6000 miles.
Red Tops 7000 miles
Cords 8000 miles.
We 'scarry the
Corvallls, Dec. 18. Miss Mary Kief
fer, instructor in household science
has resigned In ordert to open a tea
room in Eugene the first of the year
Couch W. H. HarglBg of the college
department of physical education for I
men Is rhnrman of the physical educa
tion section of the P'a'e ""readier' as
sociation which will treet In Portland
Pei-e-cr i 7to ,1 MIB Edna A
, Cnr-im hond of the fnnnrtmiit of phvp
ical education for wnmPn. will repro
largeHt stock and sen the college on the nrogram.
Circuit Court ' -J.
A. Lincoln et al ys O. D, Miles
et al. Demurrer. " "" .......
Christyne Ackley vs Alfred Ackley.
Complaint' . .
W. I. Needham to Thomas Mathers.
Sheriff s cert f cate of sale of real
estate on foreclosure.
B. J Miles vs Edgar A. Bkewic and
wife. Writ. .,.
City of Salem, a municipal corpo--at
on, vs Lizzie P. Ryan et al. Sum
J. W. Collins and A. M. Bolter vs
United Brokers company, -a corpora
tion. Stay bond.
Christvne Ackley vs Alfred Ackley.
Eugene, Dec. 13. Thomas G. Hend MEN'S CLUB PLANS TOUR
ricks, 81 years old, former president: THROUGH EAHTERN tREGON age,
oi tne ttugene f irst .National name
and prominent citizen of Lane coun- Euef,ne: o. Al-Kastern Ore-,
ty for SO years, died Friday morning on wl" Invaded this yea short'y
at his home from an attack of acute after tne Christmas vacation by the '
indigestion, after an illness of 24 Men 8 G,ea club, of the University pf.
hours Besides his w.fe. he is surviv- Oregon, according to Curtis Peterson, j
ed by two daughters, Mrs. Richard manager of the club. Several smaller
Shore Smith and Mrs. Ruby Goodrich trlDS are Planned for later In ths .vear
The club expects to make its initial
appearance at Junction City fcoforo
I going on the holiday harmony voy-
both of Eugene.
Mr. Hendricks came to Lane coun
ty in 1852 and a few years later lo
cated in Eugene in the mercantile!
business. In 1883 he founded ; the i
First National bank of Eugene,, and
served as active president until three ;
and a spring tour, probably of south-
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The s-iiomore turn wntt defeated h"
the f(i-prt girls
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'iih. H S f"T.n" oote of
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Dr. A. D. Browne, fonnerly head of
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AVONNELL ,Ia:y Womiell, 72. from
Roseburr d ed yesterday afternoon
at the state hospital.
Body forwarded to Roseburg today
by the W " Riudon company.
CORNELU-S Viola H. Cornelius, 67,
tiled at the family residence ln Tur
ner, yeste-'lay afternoon.
Rody at Rlgdon's. Funeral an
FULKER Lou sa Fulker, 86, '. died
Jester 'a" at the state hospital.
Body rent to Seattle today by the
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Eupene. rec. IS. The T'nlver-
slty of Oresron has engaged the serv
ices of .M s Clni-n L'nn "itch, wif.
of the late Ceorfe ''Itch, noted author
and hun-or's; ns chief clerk in the
registrar's M-s ''l'rh comes
from Pe"rlB Til where for the past
year she V heon " writing feature
stories rtni n onprlal column of book
evlew a'' e'rsr a womim'i page fr
the Peon's F S'ar.'
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ure to Do This May cause an
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