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HAPPENINGS OF THE WEEK
F A L L S C IT Y
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O R E G O N . S A T U R D A Y . D E C E M B E R 26, 1915
W ill N O T D ISAV O W
HOW THE LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEER
LOOKS AT THE AUTO.
"You don’t realize what a ner
vous strain you are putting on a
Germany Accutei Administration of man in the cab," said a Sduthern
Pacific locomotive engineer the
Making MuoH Holio of Allogod
Told by Exchanges, Reporters and Gleaned From
day to an Ashland automo
Plots for Polltiol Effect
bile driver, "when you dash up
Other Reliable Sources.
toward a crossing just ahead of
By John Cftllahftii
train. There he is in his cab
Washington Dec. 20 Foreign his
he knows that he can’t stop
A U S T R IA SEN D S
Ambassadors in Washington ac his engine.
There vuu are in your
quainted with the temper of Aus
S H A R P N O T E It must, however, in the first tria-Hungary in connection with auto speeding toward the crossing
place, raise the question why that the Ancona affair have cabled just ahead. You probably know
Washington, Dec. 18. The of government failed to give juridical their
resi'ective M i.i.ter, fol. timt you >re gei„e to stop joet . t
ficial text of Austria’» reply to the reasons for the demands set forth
‘ raek “ nJ *» * “f
American note on the Ancona, in its note with reference to the Foreign Affair, that they expect and laugh ” f **“
him. He doesn’t.
made public here today, reveal» s|>ecial circumstances of the incri
that the Vienna government de minating events upon which it it tween that government and the seethe train. He that
nies that the views presented by self lays stress and why in lieu United States.
the United States, even if correct, thereof it refused an exchange of This fact shows more clearly dash^cross ahead of him. It’s to a
warrant the blame for the disas correspondence which it has con than anything else how serious is
maybe to you. To him it’s a
ter being placed upon the com ducted with another government the situation provoked by the de joke
mands made by President Wilson agony. Why of do the
mander of the submarine.
in other cases.
The reply denies also that blame Authentic Knowledge Lacking on the government of Emperor you see a train coming it?
can be placed upon the Austro- The imperial and royal govern Franz Josef.
Hungariun government even if "a
don’t even intend to try to
is the less able to follow the One of Refusal
the diplomatic authori and
most rigorous legal construction ment
it—why don’t you slow dow n
cabinet on this un ties with whom 1 talked today, an
were applied to the judgment of Washington
the engineer the assur
usual path, since it by no means agent who knows what has hap
his train is not about to
Itossesses authentic knowledge of pened and w'ho has been in re
The full text of Austria’s reply all
the pertinent correspondence ceipt of official messages dealing
to the American note on the sink of the
of it in that
of the U nited with the subject, made the fol
ing of the Italian liner Ancona, as States, government
nor is it of the opinion that lowing prediction:
made public today by the state such knowledge
might be sufficient ‘‘Austria-Hungary will never
for it in the present case, which break off relation, with the Unied
de':llt,\ I’m never you
"American Embassy, Vienna, insofar
as it is informed, is in es States. She will reply courteously
Dec. 15,1915. —Secretary of State, sential points
another nature to the second note. She may of-
to. '-arrow up another en
Washington; Following note re than the case or of cases
ceived from minister of foreign the government of the United
they’d all quit it," said
affairs at noon today:
man. “ It happens a
nounce as illegal and reprehen-
Language It Highfalutin'.
jterial and royal government may sible’the destruction of the An dozen times a day.
"In reply to the much esteemed therefore leave it to the Washing
and she will not punish the
note No. 4167 which his excellency. ton cabinet to formulate the par cona,
commander who sank
“ THE LO ST EV E”
Mr. Frederic Courtland Penfield, ticular points of law against which
Washington, Dec. — : Ef f or t s
ambassador extraordinary and the commanding officer of the sub the ship
to locate the descendants to
plenipotentiary of the United marine is alleged to have offended
finally became of Pri-
States of America, directed to him on the occasion of the sinking of
N. Eve, United States
in the name of the American gov the Ancona.
who deserted Jan-
ernment under date of the 9th The government of the United
from the command
inst. in the matter of the sinking States has also seen fit to refer to
of the Italian steamer Ancona, the the attitude which the Berlin cab course to the only remedy he has adelphia, Pa., have Gale
undersigned, preliminary to a inet assumed in the above men
thorough meritorious treatment of tioned correspondence. The im
the demand, has the honor to ob perial and royal government finds from Vienna and dismissal of the "Probably beat it back to the
serve that the sharnness with in the much esteemed note no in Austro-Hungarian diplomatic and Garden of Eden," facetiously
which the government of the Uni dication whatever of the intent to counsular officers in this count- wrote an Ohio eve.
"Still raising Cain somewhere,
ted States considers it necessary which this reference was made. ry.”
doubt,” replied a member of
to blame the commanding officer
Precedent Hot Accepted,
Texas branch who also dis-
of the submarine concerned in the Should, however, the govern
kinship with the original
affair, and the firmness in which ment of the United States thereby
the demands addressed to the im have intended to express an opin ted States. Her submarines will
perial and royal governments ap ion to the effect that a prejudice be free to operate against any “Growing apples in Oregon. I
pear to be expressed might well of whatever natured existed for ship Hying the flag of her en know him well,” was the response
from another Eve who was pro-
have warranted the expectation the imperial and royal govern
that the government of the United ment, with respect to the jurisdic "And if any more Americans
now. the government agents
States should precisely specify the tional consideration of the affair are killed or drowned?"
the search, are of the
actual circumstances of the affair in question, this government must,
certain points in the
upon which it bases its ease.
career of Pri-
As is not difficult to perceive, understandings, declare that as a
the presentation of the facts in the matter of course it reserves to it to determine whether it will order Marine Corps, must remain States
case in the aforesaid npte leaves self full freedom of maintaining Americans to keep off enemy ever cloaked in mystery,
room for many doubts and even if own legal views in the discuss vessals plying in the Mediter-
this presentation was correct in its
all points and the most rigorous In having the honor to have re rights to travel on them by dis DALLAS CLUB PLANS FEAST
legal conception were applied to course to the kindness of his ex patching warships to take part
the judgment of the case, it does cellency,
Election of Officers to B e Hold by
the ambassador of the in the war."
not in any way sufficiently war United States
of America, with
Gorman Situation Worse.
rant attaching blame to the com the most respectful
request to be The situation between the Uni Dallas, Or.. Dec. 21.—As a
manding officer of the war vessel good enough to communicate
the ted States’ and Austria-Hungary means of instilling interest in the
or to the imperial and royal gov foregoing to the American govern
in the annual meet
is not only tense, but that be- membership
ment, and on this occasion to state ! tween
that the imperial and royal gov many has
W it n e a o s a R o t D e a ig n a t a d .
the first elec_
become bad as a result the year when the annua,
in no less degree than
The government of the United ernment,
American government and of the Ancona, as well as preced- tjon 0f officers will take place,
States has also failed to designate the
under all circumstancse, most sin i ing incidents. It now can be and plans will be adopted for the
the persons upon whose testimony cerely deplores the fate of the in said positively that Count Von ensuing year.
nocent victims of the incident in Bernstorff, the German Ambas Among the most important
it relies and to whom it apparent question,
undersigned at the sador, is unable to obtain any things accomplished by the local
ly believes it may attribute a same time the avails
club during the past two years
higher degree of credibility than opportunity to renew himself
was the permanent establishment
the commander of the imperial ion of his most distinguished con with reference to the Lusitania. of
a county fair organization with
and royal fleet. The note also sideration to his excellency, the The German government feels fair grounds of its own. The of
of the club expect to de
fails to give any information what ambassador.
in attempting to jerk Aus ficials
— Penfield, that
new era of progress in
soever as to the number of names
tria-Hungary up with a round this section
and more precise fate of the
turn the United State was realy
American citizens who were on
agannst it. The state
board the same steamer at the cri CALLS WAR TRADE SHAMELESS moving
ment is made that Germany holds Official announcement has been
London, Dec. 20. — "American that Captain Boy-ed and Captain made that the Panama California
However, in view of the fact trade in war munitions is shame Von Papen the German naval Exposition, San Diego^will be con
tinued during 1916. The Exposi
that the Washington cabinet has less. I would rather live in the and military attaches, were dis tion
in 1916 we understand will be
now made a positive statement to poor house than earn a penny in missed on false evidence. Fur bigger
and better than in 1915, as
ther, it is asse rted, reports of Ger many prominent
the effect that citizens of the Uni this industry."
exhibitors at the
plots in the United States, Panama Pacific Exposition
ted States of America came to These sentiments were express man
which wera emphatically denied Francisco are moving theis in exhib
grief in the incident in question, ed by Henry Ford on arrival in today,
are regarded as having its to San Diego.
the imperial and royal government Christiana, according to an Ex been inspired!
by the Washington
John M. Scott
is in principle ready to enter into change Telegraph dispatch from Administration for political ef-
General Passenger Agent.
an exchange of vjews in the affair Copenhagen received here today. ' feet.
SINKING T H E A N C O N A
May the New Year be one of prosperity and
happiness. Thanking you for favors
shown in the year now nearing an end and
soliciting a continuance of your valued pa
tronage which we shall endeavor to merit.
Here’s wishing you a
very Merry Christmas
and may the New Year
bring greater returns
than the one just past.
FALLS CITY NEW S