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I t REJECTS
PEACE I M
German Empire Not Now to
Be Trusted, Says Wilson.
of International honor; which chose
Its own time for ths war: delivered
Its blow fiercely and suddenly; stopped
at no barrier either of law or of
mercy: swept a whole continent within
the tide of bleed- not the blood of
soldiers only but the blood o f Innocent
women and children also, and of the
helpless poor, and now stands balked
but not defeated, the enemy o f four-
fifths of the world.
“ This power Is not the German peo
It ts no business of ours how
that great people came under its con
trol. or submitted with temporary seat
to the domination of its purpose, but
it is our business to see to It that the
history of the rest of the world is no
longer left to Its handling.
rames n STATE
á A á A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A ,
OF C I U M WEEK
Brief Resume Most Important
Daily News Items.
A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
W H E A T DEALER S S H Y
Buyer* Not Inclined to
Until Government Arts
Farmers Fret Over Delay.
North Inlet and in other sections re
j port a probable average crop thia year,
although the berries will be sinull. A ll
bushes are loaded and, owing to the
dry weather, the quality will be o f the
Pullman, Wash.— Pullman's grain
markets have been at a standstill dur
ing the last week, the dealers not be
ing Inc-lined to offer quotations in the
face of the government's investigation
leading u|> to the estnliIlHtiment of
Most of the warehousemen, upon in
truel Ions from the government, are
attaching to the grulli recelpta (he
governmental clause rulHng for th
sale of the' cereal within 30 days ami
empowering the warehouseman or
elevator operator to dispose of It at
(he end of that time at the highest Most Serious Situation Mrs in Trans
Farmers and buy
er* alike are fretting under the delay
portation Order Must be Main
In establishing prices.
tained, Declares Kerensky.
Determination Is Shown by All
Races to Serve Nation.
Coroner Hartnetts, o f Hood River,
G e r u ta n ‘ e W o r d Ito u b te d .
has received won! that Hubert Amos,
"To deal with such a power by way
o f peace upon the plan proposed by Ills
Holiness the Pope would, so far as we
can see. Involve a recuperation of Its
Tuesday. He w h s swept away by the
strength and a renewal o f its policy;
sw ift current o f the cascades. The
would make It necessary to create a
hostile combination o f nations against Events o f Noted l’ rople. Governments body has not been recovered.
the German people, who are its instru
Coos BayJ notes the change in ad
and Pacific Northwest and Other
ments. and would result In abandoning
vanced wage scales and although the
the new-born Russia to the Intrigue,
mills ami camp« have been (laying the
Things Worth Knowing.
the manifold subtle Interference aud
greater remuneration but three months
the certain counter revolution which
would be attempted by all the malign
the resurrection o f better times and
influences to which the German gov
coulidence in affairs is marked anil
eminent has o f late accustomed the
The Dutch minister o f agriculture business men and capitalists «lik e arc
Moscow The clear desire o f all fac
world. Can peace be based upon
Peaches and I’ rara l eaving Yakima si
restitution of its power or upon any has decided that the bread ration of feeing the difference.
tions to arrive at an agreement how
word of honor it could pledge in
2800 grams per head must suffice for
Tw o or three hundred women in
treaty o f settlement and accommoda 11 days after September 2.
preaerve the nation was
Eugene meet in the Red Cross head
three sittings o f the na
"Responsible statesmen must now
Eight slackers from Tacoma and quarters on Wednesday* and Saturdays from the Yakima valley lust wm-k
everywhere see. If they never saw bo other Southwest Washington towns each week to knit and do similar work. aggregated 406 curlouds. a large part tional conference, which ended its ses
fore, that no peace can rest securely
of which wua of mixed fruits, purlieu
upon political or economic restric were sentenced to ja il by Federal Wednesday a little Chinese woman lurly peaches, pear* and prunes, al sion* here Wednesday.
tions meant to benefit some nations and Judge Cushman, and one was re came to the headquarters and an
('ra d ica l result* o f the conferencs
(hough some straight carloads of
cripple or embarrass others; upon vin manded for trial.
nounced that she wanted to do her bit peur* and peaches were included. This are *niall, but the sessions allowed s
dictive action of any sort, or any kind
for the soldier boys at the front.
week the heavy movement of Bartlett
An order for 1,000,000 khaki pocket
free discussion o f problems from many
Washington, D. C.— President W il of revenge or deliberate injury.
A m e r ic a s u f f e r » W r o n g s .
The proportion o f boys who have pears la on und peach shipment* will angles, s/al brought forth from race
son has rejected the Pope’s peace pro
"The American people have suffered sailors has been placet) by the National signified their intention o f re-entering also lie heavier. Thu anticipation I*
Ihut from 900 to 1,000 carload* will a fter race o f the Slav people pledges
Intolerable wrongs at the hands of the
imperial German government, but they W ar Work Council o f the Y. M. C. A. the University o f Oregon this fall is leave the volley this week. Curs are o f loyalty to the provisional govern
In a note dispatched Monday night desire no reprisal upon the German with the American Bible society.
almost as large as the number o f girls, plentiful uml (he prices are firm at
Karl W. Outflank, secretary to Presi $40 per Ion for pears, delivered in ment and cementing all factions in a
and made public here Tuesday night people, who have themselves suffered
all things in this war. which they did
P. L. Campbell, stated recently. bulk ami 50 to 70 cents per box for determination to continue
the President says that, while every not choose. They believe that pea
Union Stockyards Tuesday at $16.30,
The falling off in the number o f men pouches, according to variety and against Germany to a successful con
a new high-price record for cattle on
heart not blinded and hardened by the
grade. Several cash buyers o f apples clusion.
will be largely in the upper clasaes.
not the rights of governments—the
The new figure was 80
are In the valley and within a few
"T h e provisional government,“ de
terrible war must be touched by the rights o f peoples great or'small, w eak the hoof.
Secretary C. N. Kavlin, o f the Hood days the closing of some large deala clared i're/nler Kerensky, in closing
or powerful; their equal right to free cents higher than the record price es
moving appeal o f his holiness, it would dom and security and self-government
River Chapter o f the Red Cross, has ts anticipated.
tablished last week.
ths conference, “ w ill stand on guard
be folly to take the path o f peace he nd to a participation upon fair terms
sent to the San Francisco headquarter*
over tho revolution. It wilt auffer no
Sheriff Boone Gosney, o f Campbell
In the economic opportunities of the
points out i f it does not in fact lead to world— the German people, o f course, county, and Mayor A. J. Livingston, of the humanitarian organization an
counter-revolutionary attempt», what
North Yakima.— High school stu
included, if they w ill accept equality o f Newport, Ky., were indicted Wed order for $660 worth o f woollen yam », dents and some grade students are ever be their source, for the provis
the goal he proposes.
and not seek domination.
the material to be used by women o f
ional government is the incarnated
To deal with such a power as the
"The test, therefore, of every plan nesday, charged with non-feasance in the local chapter in knitting outfita for going In heavily for fruit drying and
w ill o f the whole Russian |mnple. It
present rulers o f Germany upon Pope
the comfort o f American soldiers the vear. according to Prof. C. rt. Cole of does not regret having convoked the
T e s t a o f I* e a e e l is te d .
sade against gambling.
Benedict’ s plan, declares the Presi
the high school agricultural depart conference at Moscow, which, although
Ts it based upon the faith of all the
The Argentine minister to Germany,
inent, who hus Just completed his sec it has not yielded practical results, has
dent, would involve a recuperation of people Involved or merely upon the
Continued search has failed to reveal
ond tour of Inspection of upwurda of
word of an ambitious and intriguing in a cablegram received at the foreign
the strength and renewal o f the world government on the one hand and of a
any traces o f Horace W. Marshall, en 500 gardens whose owners have en allowed all Russian citizens to say
office, says he expects within a short
dominition o f that power, now balked, group of free peoples on the other? time to receive Germany’s reply to gineer o f Klamath Agency, who has tcred in the annual school garden con frankly what they think necessary for
This is a test which goes to the root
It has taken him a month to the state.”
but not defeated, a fter sweeping a of the matter, and it is the test which Argentina's demands regarding attacks lieen lost for more than a week in the to il
Whoever endeavors to wrest their
round aud he will tminedt
on Argentine vessels by submarines.
continent with the blood o f innocent must be applied.
math county. A number o f the best ately begin again so as to finish final conquests from the people,” he con
"The purposes of the United States
women and children and the helpless in this war are known to the whole
Results o f the heavy fighting on the Indian scouts on the Klamath Indian Inspection before the annual contest cluded, “ w ill never succeed, for they
lie says he have now become public property.”
world— to every people to whom the Canadian front are reflected at Ot reservation have been combing the is held In September,
poor, as well as o f soldiers.
has not attempted to estimate the
truth has been permitted to come. They
Conditions in the army and among
Permanent peace must be based do not need to be stated again. We tawa, Ont., in the casualty lists, total forests for several days.
amount o f produce grown, but it Is the railroad workers o f the country
upon the faith o f all the peoples and seek no material advantage of any ing over 1000 for the week-end. The
The Oregon Normal Sijiool at Mon
were the principal subject o f talks
upon justice and fairness and the com kind. We believe that the intolerable noon list Tuesday numbered 327, o f mouth w ill be opened on September dents have had remarkable success
wrongs done by this war by furious whom 19 were killed in action and 33
mon rights o f mankind, he adds, and and brutal power of the imperial Ger
24th, instead o f September 10th, as
Railway representatives, including
“ we cannot take the word o f the pres man government ought to be repaired,
previously announced. Please pass this
M. Froloff, o f the Engineers' Alliance,
ent rulers o f Germany as a guarantee but not at the expense of the sover
word on to all prospective students.
reported that there exists a state o f
o f anything that is to endure, unless eignty of any people— rather a vindi kee, Or., accused o f attempted subor This decision was made for the purpose
W e n a tch e e P e a r H a rv e s t On
cation of the sovereignty both o f those
utter disorganization o f tran»|a>rta-
explicity supported by such conclusive that are weak and those that are nation o f perjury in connection with o f allowing students to assist in the
Wenatchee. Wash.— Tho pear bar tion, which, unless
improved, w ill
evidence o f the w ill and purpose o f the strong.
the bomb murder trial o f Thomas J. season's work and to give longer per vest ts beginning. Chelan county will cease completely by November.
German people themselves as the other
D a m a ges N o t D em anded.
Mooney, was set by Superior Judge iod for the completion o f buildings, re-
The representatives gave warning
"Punitive damages, the dismember Frank H. Dunne, o f San Francisco, (>orts J. H. Ackerman, president o f the produce In the neighborhood of 366
peoples o f the world would be justified
ear* of pears this season, which ts a that the consequences would bo terri
ment of empires, the establishment of
in accepting.’ ’
slight Increase over last year's yield ble both at home and on the front, and
selfish and exclusive economic leagues, for September 5.
The tex t o f the President’s note to we deem inexpedient and In the end
when a total of 334 enrs were shipped. that the army might turn on the coun
the Pope follows:
worse than futile and no proper basis
The fruit this year Is of good quality try and commit unexampled excesses.
for a peace of any kind, least of all for
To H¡^Holiness. B enedict)» XV.. Pope:
and Is bringing good prices. Prices
The extreme demands of the railway
That must be ants o f French officers who fought in stration in scientific canning and dry range from 76 cents to $1.26 a box.
In acknowledgment of the communi an enduring peace.
workers, the speakers said, played an
cation of Tour Holiness to the belliger
im|iortant part in the disorganization.
ent peoples, dated August 1, 1917, the the common rights of mankind.
"W e cannot take the word of the Ambassador Jusserand has transmitted given in Albany this week. It w ill be amt $1.00 while another pays 75 cents
President of the United States requests
this offer to the secretary o f war, who conducted in the basement o f the First and $1.10. Tw o classes o f the fruit They called on all those engaged in the
me to transmit the following reply:
Methodist church and w ill be in charge are recognized in price fixing, the transport services to sacrifice |/ersonal
•‘Every heart that has not been blind tee of anything that is to endure un said it would be accepted gladly.
less explicitly supported by such con
o f Miss Laura Cheney, o f the Oregon fancy and extrn fnney, or the first interests to those o f the country. M.
ed and hardened by this terrible war clusive
Grusenberg, speaking as the represent
must be touched by this moving appeal
I,ocal women aud second grades.
pose of the German people themselves the class o f 1918 w ill be graduated at Agricultural College.
o f His Holiness the Pope, must feel as
ative o f the Jews, said that they loved
the other peoples o f the world would the
West Point m ilitary academy
the dignity and force of the humane be justified in accepting.
their country, notwithstanding their
and generous motives which prompted
"Without such guarantees, treaties Thursday morning. This is the second
unprecedented persecution under the
it and must ferverently wish that we of settlement, agreements for disarma time within five months that West
W illiam Duerst complains to the
old regime, and had contributed great
might take the path of peace he so per ment, covenants to set up arbitration in
suasively points out But it would be the place of force, territorial adjust
ly to the emancipation o f the people
folly to take it if it does not in fact ments, restitutions of small nations, if made officers for the army. The class placed orders for three double-deck
and the defense against the enemy.
lead to the goal he proposes.
made with the German government, no o f 1917 was graduated in A pril last.
Portland— W h eat— Bluestem $ 2.10
Representatives o f Ukraine and o f
Stern Facts Govern.
ence and two at Corvallis and cannot per bushel; fortyfold, $2.05; club.
man, no nation could now depend upon.
Western or W hite Russia said the peo
“Our response must be based upon
Investigation by the $2.05; red Russian, $2.05.
ple were ready to make any sacrifices
the stern facts and upon nothing else. the purposes of the great peoples of General Pershing’s punitive expedition commission shows that such equipment
Flour — Patents, $11.60.
It is not a mere cessation of arms he the central powers. God grant It may in M exico and accused o f participation
for the good «if the country. The
desires: it is a stable and enduring be given soon and in a way to restore
M illfeed — S(x>t prices: Bran, $37 spokesman for the Io-tts declared Cour-
peace. This agony must not be gone
per ton; shorts, $40; middlings, $47; iand would never belong to Germany.
through with again and it must be a where in the faith of nations and the pleaded guilty to second degree murder deck cars to handle the shipments,
rolled barley, $55; rolled oats, $56.
Delegates representing the Mussulman
matter of very sober judgment what possibility of a covenanted peace.
before District Judge R. R. Ryan, at which are destined to South Omaha.
" R O B E R T L A N S IN G ,
H ay— Buying prices: Timothy, East alliance said all Mussulman citizens of
w ill insure us against i t
Deming, N. M., Wednesday and were
"His Holiness, in substance, proposes
Out o f an allotment o f $220,100 o f ern Oregon, $26 per ton; valley tim Russia fully supported the provisional
sentenced to serve from 17 to 80 years
States of America."
that we return to the status quo ante
rural credits moneys divided among othy, $20; alfalfa, $23<u. 25; valiely government.
in the N ew Mexico penitentiary.
bellum and that then there be a gen
the counties o f the state a few months grain hay, $18.50.
eral condonation, disarmament and a
Butter — Cubes, extras, 414«' per
Word from Paris says W alter Lovell, ago, $99,150 remains unloaned. Loans
concert o f nations, based upon an ac
ceptance of the principle of arbitra
o f the Lafayette flying squadron, has ■ggregnting $120,905 in the 36 coun pound; prime firsts, 39Jc. Jobbing
tion; that by a similar concert freedom
ties have been made.
Each o f the prices: Prints, extras, 47c; cartons,
of the seas be established; and that the Objection Raised to Fact That America shot down a German airplane. He
counties received $6000, with the ex lc extra; butte/vfat, No. 1, 466/48c,
probably will receive the war cross.
territorial claims of France and Italy,
Fashion Art lea gu e Convention Makes
Lends Cash to Italy.
ception o f Marion, which received
the perplexing problems of the Bal
Eggs — Oregon ranch, current re
New Departure Plain.
Bohemian papers announce that Aus $9000, and Yamhill, which received ceipts, 3546/36c per dozen; Oregon
kan States and the restitution o f Po
Washington.— The possibility that
land be left to such conciliatory adjust
Yamhill, Wheeler, Lincoln ranch, candled, 376/ 38c; selects, 40c.
Chicago Really fashionably dressed
ments as may be possible in the new Austria and other allies of Germany all organ pipes in all churches o f the
and Harney have loaned out their ap
Poultry— Hens, 1446/ 17c per |>ound; woman, the forthcoming season, will
temper of such a peace, due regard be may soon declare war against the
ing paid to the aspirations of the peo United States because of the financial monarchy w ill soon be requisitioned to portionment, while Columbia, Gilliam, broilers, 186/19; ducks, live, 126/13c; resemble nothing so much as an in
ples whose political fortunes and a ffil aid given to Italy is recognized by ad fill the needs o f war industries.
Washington large young white, 17 6« 18c; large verted triangle.
Bulletins from the
iations w ill be Involved.
counties have obtained no loans from young white springs, 206/,22c; geese, Fashion A rt Ia/ague convention make
The re lie f sailing steamer Neptune,
A u to c r a c y Is C on d em n ed .
It was carefully explained here that
the $6000 placed to their credit.
live, 76/8c; springs, 136/.15e; turkeys, this clear. Dresses are to be drawn
" I t is manifest that no part of this there is nothing in the existing situa commanded by Captain Robert Bart
neatly in at the bottom; there w ill be
Brook trout planted several years live, 20(ii,22c; dressed, 286/30c.
programme can be successfully car tion, either diplomatic or military, lett, bringing some o f the members o f
Vegetables— Tomatoes, 656/ 75c per
recrudescence o f the old billowy
ried unless the restitution o f the status that would cause the United States the McMillan Arctic exploring party ago in Wahtum Lake, originally w ith
quo ante furnishes a firm and satis to take the Initiative, but that an ano-
out fish o f any species, have grown to crate; cabbage, 2$ Or 24c per pound; sleeves, with red ruching for the neck,
factory basis for it. The object o f this molous state of affairs which may re from Greenland, is off the coast of
a size o f eight and 10 inches, accord lettuce, 60c per dozen ; curumbera, 40 wide shoulders and imalest pannier*
war is to deliver the free peoples of
ing to O. H. Rhodes and Harry Kemp, 6/60c; peppers, 8c per pound; beans, and bustles.
the world from the menace and the sult in broadening the war does exist
actual power of a vast military es was not denied.
The San Francisco Iron Trades coun Odell men who have just returned to 7c; com, 30c per dozen.
The bustle has been making a most
Relations of the United 8tates with
tablishment controlled by an irrespon
Potatoes -New Oregon, 246/ 3Jr per determined effort to stage a comeback
cil, representing 25,000 men, voted to Hood River, from a trip to the inland
sible government which, having secret Germany's allies are defined as still call a strike Labor day in sympathy j body o f
for several years, but thia is the first
water in the Southwestern pound; Hweet potatoes, 7c.
ly planned to dominate the world, pro a state of unbroken diplomatic rela
Onions- W alla Walla, $1.50.
season it has gained any ground. Any
ceeded to carry the plan out without tions. Officials hesitate to describe with striking car men o f the United part of this coupty.
Green Fruits — Cantaloupes, stand how it ia now here, greatly modifle«! In
regard either to the sacred obliga them as unfriendly, although admit Railroads unless the differences be anglers declare that the trout take to a
tions of treaty or the long-established ting that they could scarcely be called tween
men and the company are fly readily and that the sport o f fishing ard, $2.256/2.50 per crate; peaches, size, but the opening wedge has been
practices and long-cherished principles friendly.
75c6/$1.10; watermelons, $1.50 per placed.
for them is excellent.
settled before that date.
hundred; apples, $1.256/2.15 per box;
Michaelis May Go Soon.
Shortage o f carB on the Southern pears, $2.25; plums, 75c per crate;
According to Die Morgen Post, o f
Camofleurs Are Wanted.
Berlin, the police in Germany intend Pacific lines in Oregon nets 893. The grapes, $1.256/: 1.50; casabas, l jc per
Copenhagen— The possibility o f an
Washington D. C. — For tho first
Petrograd.— A t the trial for high to prohibit smoking in the streets, in shortage o f open cars is 1077 and the pound.
other change in imperial chancellors
American "cam ouflage” unit, the army
treason of Gen. Soukhomlinoff, for view o f the decline o f tobacco stocks. surplus o f closed cars 184.
Hops — 1916 crop, 22c per pound;
in Germany is discussed by Georg
o f engineers has issued a call for
mer minister of war, Gen. Ivanoff, The prohibition w ill be extended to the
The first carload o f pearn to be 1917 contracts, 35c.
Bernhard in the Vossische Zeitung.
enlistment o f “ ingenious young men
whole o f Germany.
»hipped from Roseburg this season le ft
He says that it is plainly evident that
who are looking for special entertain
Instructions to intern K arl Arm- Thursday fo r the East.
They were per pound; coarse, 55///60c; valley, 58 ment in the way o f fooling Germans.”
the appointment o f minor officials like Galicia, testified Wednesday he had
Dr. Michaelis, without general political
Cascara Bark— New , 74c per pound; It is planned to organize a company o f
crets had been communicated direct spy, were received at Kansas City Sat were o f excellent quality. They were
experience, was a great mistake.
camoufleurs largely from among iron
Theodore W olff, o f the Tageblatt, from Petrograd to Germany and Aus urday from Washington. Graves was shipped by the Umpqua Valley Fruit
and sheet metal workers, sign and
arrested last week as an enemy alien Union.
dismisses the new Bundesrath-Keichs- tria by way of Warsaw.
Best beef steers........ . . . $ 8.2560 8.50 scene painters, «•arpenters, cabinet
tag committee as “ a nostrum designed
stage carpenters, property
the engineer corps, said he regarded
Good beef steers........ . . .
to soothe the cry o f the German people Gen. Soukhomlinoff as having been o f the country.
men, plaster moulders and photograph
Best beef cows.......... . . .
fo r popular control o f
the govern principally responsible for the defeats
ers. These men will devote their wits
George J. Gould, Jr., o f Lakewood,
Quick action on the part o f stock- Ordinary to good . . , . . . .
of the Russian army.
to deceiving the Germans.
N. J., appeared before the draft ex men has effectually checked the epi Best h e ife r s .............. . . .
emption board Saturday and was re
demic o f blackleg among cattle near
l oot Kept for Six Years.
Arm y Gains 1900 Men.
jected as being physically unfit.
C a lv e s ....................... . . .
Robbers Kill Tw o For Coin.
Bend, the vaccination o f more than
Roseburg, Ore. — Six years ago a
Paris— The Am erican field service,
Chicago.— Tw o men carrying $8100,
The number o f British merchantmen 900 head o f young stock being com
burglar entered the home o f George
w ith 1100 men in the
branch and 800 in the transport branch, the pajroll of the Winslow Bros.’ Iron sunk by submarines or mines in the pleted. No further danger from the Prime light hogs . . . . . . .$17.256«17.50 Beeeroft, o f this city, and stole $65 in
ia to be taken over by the American Works, were shot to death In front last week was only slightly larger than disease is expected this season.
Prim e heavy hogs . . . . . . 17.006il7.25 gold, a camera, automatic revolver,
army, the ambulance branch going o f the plant Tuesday by five robbers, the previous week, when a consider
P i k » ........................... . . . 15.506« 16.00 rifle and other articles o f considerable
under control o f the medical service who escaped with the money in an able falling off was noted.
17.25 value. Thursday Mr. Beeeroft received
by mail from Chicago a package con
and the transport under that o f the
The imperial munitions board at Ot contractors or material men, State
Louis Osenberg and Barton Allen,
$13.006/118.50 taining $80 in billa and practically all
has an Western lambs..........
the slain payroll messengers, were re tawa has announced that the produc Highway Engineer Nunn
11.756/112.50 the loot taken from his home. On the
Colonel Jefferson Kean, who is in turning from a bank in an automobile. tion o f munitions in Canada would be nounced that there is now under way, Valley lambs........
. 10.0061)10.50 package were the words, “ I f not called
general charge o f the ambulance serv As they stepped In front o f the en discontinued, as no longer necessary, including' bridge construction, practi Y earlin gs.................
9.756« 10.50 for return to C. F. Brown, 33 Dear
ice, w ill continue to serve the French trance in the Iron works a car con except in some lines, which in part cally $1,600,000 worth o f state high W ethers.....................
taining the robbers drew up.
8.006« 8.50 born street, Chicago.”
w ill be produced in lessened quantities. way work.
E w e s ......................... . . .
arm y as before.
A M E R IC A D E C LA R E S
FO R A R E A L P E A C E
Object of War Is to Deliver
World From Power Now
Balked But Not Beaten
— Permanent Peace
Only Is Desire.
C O M P ILE D
YO U I
M UCH R E M A IN S TO DO
FRUIT SHIPMENTS IMMENSE
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
AUSTRIA MAY DECLARE WAR
BUSTLES GAIN IN POPULARITY