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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1920
OLCOTT PLEADS FOR
Irhtsk Recapisred by
vrac OI Admiral TT,., .
FOREIGN DEBTS TO
UNlTtD STATES MAY
head of the aU-Rnia ;
Harbin, Thursday, Feb. S. A dis
patch from Chita reports that the
forces of General Kappell, commander
in chief of the western armies of the,
ail-Russian government, have re-captured
Irkutsk and established contact
Owieral Kapfell's forces found no
whose fate 2s unknown, the d
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NEAR EASI RELIEF
Bec&use of good work an u '
vomn, Miss Rose stokes of v
i-nd UisrLoutse Lamed of wZ7
Uiiiwd by the United SutM T
r,ent to art in drawing pw
BF PAID 111 GOLD
Citizens of Oregon are urged to re
nniwl to th ameal for funds for the
rollef of suffering in the Near Bast
in an open letter to the public by
"Appalling; suffering is being ex
perienced In the Near East among the
Armenians, Syrians and Assyrians
and others," the governor's letter
reads "to the people of Oregon." "I
believe from statements that I have
received that private charity must
be a necessary adjunct to government
London, Feb. II. The question
leas raised In the house of commons
fchmhor the soi-ernment had under
consideration hte suggestion of Car
ter Glass, recently retired secretary
or the treasury, that the United
Bates be paid her International debts
in sold. It was asked also whether, in
itrdnr to helD meet this request, the
British owners of ornamental fold
aid in attempting to save tne starv
such as trinkets and plate, be invit
ing people in those countries and I
ed to hand them to the treasury In
am sure tnat Oregon win raimuu
readily to this appeal a9 she always
has to others in the. past."
return for Interest-bearing; bonds
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and thereby assist the position of ex
change between England and Amer
ica. To these questions Austen Cham
berlain, the chancellor of the exche
quer, replied that - he had taken
teps to have the' proposals Indicat
ed carefully examined.
Premier Lloyd-George was asked
by a member whether he could see a
way to enforce a drastic reduction
the Importation of luxuries. The pre'
mler - replied that the government
Was not In a position to enforce any
restrictions upon importations of for
eign goods. He said that less than two
per oant of the imports from Ameri
ca were of articles of luxury.
f Coming to the Oregon Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
PHONE LINEMEN VOTE
STRIKE, OH MORE PAY
The Lumbermen's Warehouse &
Storage company of Portland, capital
ized at $100,000 filed articles of in
corporation with the corporation de
piirtment here Wednesday. O. B. Har
rlman, E. T. Sturgeon and Palmer tt.
Tales are the incorporators.
Other articles were filed here today
Edward C. Sadler Shoe Manufactur
ing company, Portland, $12,000; Ed
ward C. Sadler, Annie Maude Sadler
Ban Francisco, Feb. 12. The elee-
irlraJ workers of the Pacific! Telenhnna
at Teleiranh comDanv In California. Rnd K- Plnder.
Oregon. Washington, Nevada and Faot Truck & Tractor company,
Idaho have voted to strike unless bBlem- 18-00; ChRrles E. Lebold,
negotiations for an Increase of $1 a!Fred c Frlu nnd Daniel Webster.
day now being- conducted with the' me"can racinc export company.
company are successful, oxecutlves of
the International Brotherhood of Elec
trical Workers announced here today.
The strike vote was 1,363 to ISO, It
The conferences have been progress
ing for a week and onemore is plan
ned. . If this Is unsuccesHful the men
Wll go .out, it was announced.
Between 6000 and 7000 of the com
pany's girl telephone operators on the
coast have voted to press demands for
wage Increases' ranging from $2 to $4
a day, it was announced. The oper
ators have made no provision tor a
strike, it was said, but If the elec
trical workers go out, the effect on the
Portland, $00,000; John Leader, Eve
lino Leader, Jacob Gray Kamm ana
Florence Gray Kamm.
W. T. Grlor nnd company of Falls
City have increased their capltnl from
$j000 to $15,000, according to a cer
tificate filed today.
Contract for Structure at
Asylum Let Wednesday
What Constitutes Good
Man ToH by Dr. Hahood
Dr. Mahood in his address at the
First Methodist -church Wednesday
eight chose for his text, "He was a
good man, full of the Holy Spirit and
of faith." This was said of Barnabas,
the first official member of the church
and it serves as a pattern of what all
future church officers should be.
The marks of a good man are con
secration, a helpful and charitable
spirit, unselfish nees, submission to the
will of God and the supremacy of
Christ in the life. Dr. Mahood said.
"The Holy Spirit is not solely for
preachers and missionaries and spe
cial workers," he said, "but is for ev
ery believed In Jesus Christ. It is for
the laborer, the lawyer, the dootor, the
musician, the merchant, the farmer,
tho housekeeper. It is imposeslbl to
do your best in any vocation unless
you are tilled with the Holy Spirit"
Tonight Dr. Mahood will epeak espe
cially to members of the Sunday
schools of the city on the subject "How
I It Feels to Be in an Earthquake." Dr.
Mahood was In San Francisco during
the terrible earthquake that destroyed
the city. Everybody is welcome.
25 Community Meetings
Scheduled In Linn
Albany, Or.. Feb. 12. About 25
community meetings will be held in
Unn county in the next few weeks, at
which farm bureau work for the re
mainder of this year will bo planned,
S. V. Smith, county agricultural agent
is arranging the meeting.
Each community will consider a pro
gram of work particularly needed in
that special section. Some ae devot
ing their principal efforts to drainage
questions and others to livestock im
provement, 'poultry culling, methods
of building silos as various phases of
farm management Records will be
kept to determine if sunflowers prove
as satisfactory for Oregon ensilage
purposes as corn.
Position of Treasury "Very
Bright," Houston Says
Washington, Feb. 12. Announcing
that the last remaining floating in
debtedness of the government would
be redeemed Mpnday, Secretary
Houston said the position of the treas
The Hague, Feb. 11. It Is declared ury was i'very bright" and that gov-
I Prince Frederick William was serious present financial situation which they
Contract for supervision of con
struction work on the new building
to be erected at the state school for
feeble minded was awarded by the
maintenance of the system eventually tate board of control at a meeting
would force them to become idle. It Wednesday night to W. C. Knighton
Washington, Feb. 18 Ships sail
ing from American ports with dan
gerous anarchists and aliens, like
those deported on the transport Bu
fnrd, should go out in broad daylight
with flags flying, F. W. Berkshire,
Immigration inspector at! El Paso
of Portland, former state nrchltect.
An appropriation of $40,000 was
made by the special session of the
legislature for the now building which
will be of brick to be made at tho
state prison brick plant.
Work on the structure will be' com
menced as the material can be had.
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Grand Itnplds, Mich,, Feb. 12.
Machinery of the Newberry elections
conspiracy trial turned slowly tHIs
morning. Tho wltnew valves were
I choked with "I don't remember" nnd
"not to hiy knowledge," answers, nnd
only three men were on tho stand at
the morning session,
Harrison Merrill, a Knlnmaaoo
the government leader that he had
done no publicity work for the $25
ft weok he received for more, than
the ship's departure
said Mr. Berkshire.
Texas, told the house immigration 'newspaperman, told Frank C. Duiley,
committee today In relating the story
Cf the recent voyage of the "soviet
"I do not believe the secrecy aur. lnre months. Later Martin W. Llttle-
ion inr me aeronse rctresnea nis mem
ory sufficiently to learn that syme ad-
more apt to make anarchists doport- pertlsements prepared by Merrill "In
d and those still at large believe we 0(1(1 moments" were among those used
are afraid of them," .In the Newberry campaign.
Berkman and Goldman were de- The third witness, Oscar B. Kil
scribed by the witness as "Inngerous-j strom of Grand Rapids, president of
jy snrewa persons." mm uohlmnil, mo nolo ciuu OI AUulilKan " mi 111
he said, was emphatic In declaring! Charles Floyd, head of tho local Now
aboard ship that she would return berry headquarters hud given htm
to tnis country to establlHli her ch- J2J to cover exnenses of a thro 1hv
in making his offer to the entente gov.
ernmentsto surrender himself In place
of the Germans on the extradition 1 st
and that he Is Inclined to believe that
the allies will accept his plan.
It Is learned here that former Em
peror William is strong In his disap
proval of his son's action.
Nothing was known at Wlerengen ol
the ex-crown prince's intentions before
his mexnages to the heads of the vari
ous governments had been dispatched,
and the only notification given by
Frederick William was one to the
Dutch government when ho sent the
Newspaper reports to tho effect that
the grand duke of Hesse and h;s -n
and likewise seven German generals
numed on the extradition list had es
caped Into Holland are discredited at
the Dutch foreign office.
would regard as extremely grave.
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Birthday of Thomas Edison
; Celebrated in Orange. N. J.
Orange, N. J., Feb. 11. Municipal
buildings, places of business and pri
vate homes here were decorated with
f!:igs and bunting today in honor of
tha 73rd birthday of Thomas A. Edi
Tne number "is wnicn piayen a
prominent part in the day's proceed
ings was promptly recognized as the
tolegraph code for ''good wishes" by
Mr. Edison, who was an operator in
Aoout 60UO tons or margarine ore
mado In British factories every week
according to government formula nnd
sold at one-third the price of butter.
four American exports In the art of
cunning and drying have gone o
Usance to teach that nation through
Us women how to "put up" fruits and
egetables. The work Is new to the
liench, who now vly upon faotoiies
fur their canned gooilo.
trip which was ostensibly on Bolo
Judge Klchhorn drew from the wit
ness an admission that tho P.olo club
of Michigan was formed ''solely for
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. STEAMER ASHORE
London, Feb. 12. The American
steamship West Aleta is aground off
Terschelling Island in the North sea,
a wireless report received here touji
said. The West Aleta sailed from San
Francisco, January , for Hamburg
via the Panama canal with cargo.
WEson Honorary Head of
American Olympic Board
Washington, Feb. 12. The post of
honorary president of the American
Olympic committee, which is organis
ing teams of American athletes to rep
resent the United States In the Olym
pic games at Antwerp next August,
was accepted today by President Wil
son through Secretary Tumulty.
Federal support for American par
ticipation in the Olympic games is be.
Ing sought by the organization.
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Formerly Chicago Store
Phone - Ferry
WE HANDLE EVERY
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