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NAIION-WIDE CO OPfRAIION Of
WORLD’S DOINGS THANKSGIVING
LUMBERMEN DEtlARED VIIAI GERMANY DEPORTS
MADE BY PRESIDENT WILSON
OF CURRENT WEEK
Washington, 1). C.— President W il
Portland— ” Co-op«rHtion.” That ia
word that ia going to cut a big figure
son Saturvlay formally, by proclama
in the lumber buaineaa of the future.
tion, designated Thursday, November
30, as Thanksgiving May.
It ia going to be co-oparation among
individual manufacturer!«, co-operation
lows the President's proclamation:
among aectional aasocationa and co
“ It has long been the custom o f our
operation between the lumber induatry
people to turn in tho fruitful autumn
as a whole and the national govern
| o f the year in praise and thanksgiving
to Alm ighty God for his many bless
Thia was the substance of a aeriea
ings and mercies to us and to the Na
1 o f formal and informal discussions in-
.u r n ic in o
“ The year that has elapsed since we
last observed our day o f thanksgiving
I of a group of lumbermen, heads o f or-
has been rich in blessings to us as a
I ganixationa in their industry in the
people, but the whole face o f the
I East and the South.
world has been darkened by war. In
.¡¡S Conquered N H ta i is Being Ground
midst o f our peace and happiness, All Bui Most Important ot Domestic j ^
live News Items of All Nations and
our thoughts dwell with painful dis
the lumbermen ulready are practicing
Up Piecemeal in Machine for
Affairs to Take Background—
quiet upon the struggles and sufferings
co-o|>crulion — that they have been
Pacific Northwest Condensed
of the nations at war and of the peo
practicing it for the last few years.
German Industrial Needs.
Trade Blockade Looms.
for Our Busy Readers
ples upon whom war hus brought dis
But they seem to co-o|>erate in units,
aster without choice or possibility o f
not in unison.
escape on their part. We cannot think
Within recent years, it was pointed
London — Thirty thousand Belgians
Washington, D. C. — A portentous out, the Federal government hus co
of our happiness without thinking of
Werner Breyman, an Oregon pioneer
have been de|torted to Ger
and complicated international situation operated with the lumber industry as a
their pitiful distress.
o f 1850, dies at his home in Salem.
many, according to information re
V V V N / V V 'V V N / S / V V ^ V N ^ V V V N / N / V V V V V r / V V A
now faces President Wilson and for
ceived here through official channels.
It is predicted in Chicago that but
the next few weeks will engage his at- ! Now the lumbermen from all parts ite|M)rts from the same sources say
ter w ill rise to 50 cents per^pound be
tention and that o f has advisers to the
that the Gemans plan to take some
fore January first.
^ .. * '
exclusion o f all but the most urgent of and develop the industry as a whole. 300,000, judged from the order iasued
W. Lair Thompson, o f Lakeview, j
in a number o f cities for all males
Ore., was beaten by one vote for state
From now on the President expects pressed in a forcible way at the dinner
Other i over *7 to re|iort for inspection.
senator, according to the official count.
to deal with all foreign questions with
The Municipal Council o f Tournal
While it is not meetings earlier in the day had given has formally declined to accede to the
Minnesota voters declined on elec
evident there w ill not be any funda
German demand, the re|Kirta say, pro
tion day to approve the proposed pro
mental change in policy, fear that any same purfiose.
testing that hitherto it had acquiesced
vision for the initiative and referen
move at all would he misinterpreted as
to all German orders. General llop f-
dum, according to results just tabu
inspired by an internal political strug
fer thereupon imposed a fine o f 200,-
gle has been removed.
000 marks, it is added, for the refusal
Charles A. Murphy, o f Pendleton,
The President must decide how the
of the council to furnish a list o f male
has been chosen warden o f the Oregon
United States shall meet the German o f the lumber situation in detailing inhabitants, with a further fine o f 20,-
penitentiary to succeed J. W. Minto,
submarine question on th . one ' =
| J ¡ ¡ J y« n£
000 » » r k . W l y -s long a. the council
who was compelled to resign because
and the entente allies’ trade restric
refused to give the list,
he “ hosed” two convicts.
tions on the othet; whether the retali tention:
A circumitmntiiil report from the
atory legislation shall be enforced;
Target practice in the navy w ill have
F irst— A thorough, detailed survey Mons district says that the entire male
whether the traditional theory o f isola
to be limited for the winter to the first
o f the industry to find its exact situs- population over 1 < was summoned to
tion shall be abandoned for concerted
line ships because o f the shortage of
rc|x>rt at German headquarter* at H
neutral action; whether the country tion in relation to other materials.
men. Steps already are being taken
’clock on the morning o f October 26.
Second— Uniform cost accounting to
shall have an aggressive or passive
to increase the personnel under the
, The priests, professors, teachers, local
policy toward the peace conference a f
I officials, memliers o f the food commit
ter the war; the permanent league to duced.
tee and the physically defective' were
James F. Pershing, brother o f Gen.
enforce peace and, during the rest of
but, it is added, 1200 men,
Pershing, who visited his brother re
the war, the question whether Am er tion of accurate lumber-selling prices
infor- composing 20 |>er cent o f the eligible
cently at the latter’s headquarters, de
ica’ s attitude be governed by benevo
‘ mar- oiales, both employed and unemployed,
clares that intervention in Mexico by
lent interpretation o f international law mation to be comparable with
prod were selected and immediately placed
the United States is the only solution
according to its own best interests, or
| on cattle trucks and started fo r Ger
o f the Mexican situation.
Count de Tarnow-Tarnowski, who shall it be strictly legalistic, regard
Twenty-two paintings by the late was secretary o f the Austrian embassy less of whom it affects.
Being ignorant o f the purpose o f the
The most disquieting problem is the
George Inness, landscape painter, have at Washington from 1899 to 1901, has
summons, the men had assembled with
been sold for $200,000 to a New York been appointed ambassador in place of German submarine situation.
tion; the future o f wood consumption out clothing for traveling and without
firm o f art dealers. The collection was Dr. Dumba, recalled at the instance o f critical cases are pending, one involv
; food, and relatives who hurried to the
will be in the country largely.
retained by Mr. Inness’ fam ily after this government. He has been accept ing a loss o f six American lives.
station with food and clothing were re
Increasingly serious iB the fast-
his death in 1895 and the sale was ed by the American government. The
fused access to the men, the reports
made by his son, George Inness, Jr.
Count is a Pole, his home being in growing conviction that any kind o f a
general submarine warfare is intoler
In a statement made to the Associa
Speeders and reckless motorists of Galicia.
able. Germany is known to be build advertising, distribution o f literature, ted Press, Lord Robert Cecil, minister
all classes, when arrested, wi|J bear
ing submariises rapidly and there is the
their police records on the operators’ , “ Now, therefore, I, Woodrow Wil- possibility o f a starvation campaign suming field to insure the pro|>er use : o f war trade, uttered a vigorous pro
test against Germany’s deportution o f
license, if a bill now being framed by son. President o f the United States of against England. The U. S. may find o f wood where
wood is best.
; Belgians, and declared that the (icople
the California State Automobile asso America, do appoint Thursday, the it difficult to avoid complications.
o f France and England, no less than
ciation becomes law at the next legis 30th day o f November, as a day o f Na
the people o f Belgium, “ hope that
tional thanksgiving and prayer and
final. No technicalities will be admit- 1
urge and advise the people to resort to
ted. Ships must not be sunk without
The liners Victoria and Umatilla,
their several places o f worship on warning or without provision for the
the last vessels to ieave Nome, arrived
i o f protests and criticisms,
that day to render thanks to Alm ighty safety o f the passengers. The armed
in Seattle Wednesday with 500 passen
Washington, D. C.— President Wil- "t. a.iy pressure upon the invaders o f
God for the blessings o f peace and un ship issue w ill not be accepted.
gers, $1,000,000 in gold bullion and
broken prosperity which he has be retary Lansing foresaw it last March, son practically completed his next an- Belgium, to conduct the war against
shipments of tin ore and furs. Fifteen
nual message to congress Tuesday. It
soldiers o f the allies in the trench-
stowed upon our beloved country in
when, without announcing his reason,
hundred persons are wintering at
is devoted almost entirely to domestic i e8 * nd not against the helpless civili-
such unstinted measure.
he decreed that merchant vessels could
Nome, which is now closed in by the
matters, and w ill deal primarily with * n" whom they have in their power.”
“ And I also urge and suggest our
carry a small defensive gun.
! duty, in this, our day o f peace and
The future o f the submarine situation legislative questions recommended to '
The Cotton Manufacturers’ associa abundance, to think in deep sympathy
is felt to rest entirely with Germany. congress previously, and not finally fjyg |)je f f a 1 ^ ^
tion o f New Bedford, Mass., voted to o f the stricken peoples o f the world,
Two possibilities are feared: Either
grant a 10 per cent increase in pay to upon whom the curse and terror of war
The principal items in the message
that Germany w ill decide she can
their 33,000 operatives, to be effective has so pitilessly fallen and to contrib
understood to be railroad legisla
starve England by an undersea cam
fo r a period o f six months beginning ute out o f our abundant means to the
paign or that she may endeavor to in tion to meet the situation created by
New London, Conn.- A collision,
December 4. The increase ¡ b the third relie f o f their sufferings.
volve this country, and thus insure the the threatened railroad strike last Au which caused the merchant submarine
within this calendar year and brings
“ Our people could in no better way
participation in peace conferences o f a gust; a measure to allow American Deutschland to abandon her return
the total advance within that time to show their real attitude towards the
Beyond this, the exporters to form common selling voyage to Germany almost at its out
27J per cent.
present struggle o f the nations than by
unsettled. agencies abroad; conservation bills; a set early Friday, when a convoying
Chicago C ity Health Commissioner contributing out o f their abundance to Germany has admitted liability and corrupt prat-tice measure,
tug, the T. A. Scott, Jr., was sunk
John Dill Robertson's “ diet squad”
But the delicate
with a crew o f five men, was the sub
weighed in Wednesday preparatory to
matter o f its amount has not been set
ject o f Federal investigation Saturday.
“ In witness whereof, I have here
British Acclaim Fall o f Monastir.
the test they are to begin, whether
tled. Attempts made to close the is
The United States inspectors o f
London— The fall o f Monastir, on steam vessels, headed by Captain W.
one <?an live, and live well, on 40 cents unto set my hand and caused the seal sue have been repeatedly blocked by
a day. Seven men and four women o f the United States to be affixed.
unexpected new U-boat complications. the anniversary o f its capture by the E. Withey, heard through witnesses o f
“ Done at the City o f Washington
w ill make the experiment, the weight
The ravages of the U-53 off New Serbs from the Turks in 1912, is the conditions under which the sub
o f the women ranging from 111.5 to this 17th day o f November, in the year England were displeasing to the gov hailed by Wednesday morning news marine, slipping out o f the harbor in
127 pounds, that of the men from 147
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ernment. It was said that continu papers as being o f considerable politi the darkness, so that she might sub
dence o f the United States the 141st,
It is merge in neutral waters tiefore day
to 219 pounds.
ance o f the practice would not be per cal and m ilitary importance.
“ WOODROW W ILSO N .
mitted, as it would constitute a practi argued that as Bulgaria's main object break, ran down the tug, which was
The orgnized labor forces o f the
“ By the President,”
in entering the war was the possession acting as her protector, off Race Rock,
cal blockade o f American harbors.
country Wednesday avowed extreme RO BERT LA N S IN G ,
Relations with the entente allies are o f Macedonia, the loss o f the Macedon just out side thia port. The testimony
hostility to the w rit o f injunction as a
“ Secretary o f State.”
less clear-cut. Sea power has enabled ian capital muRt bring an acute sense came from Captain Paul Koenig, o f
m eans;of stopping a strike. First a
them, through the blockade and the im | o f failure. It is contended that the the Deutschland, and others.
position o f the blacklist, virtually to recapture o f the town will greatly en
It was given in secret, but it became
destroy all foreign trade hostile to courage the Serbs.
known through Statements outside the
tion o f the American Federation of
them and divert all commerce to their
chamber that the collision was an ac
Labor, urging orgainzed labor every
W orkers and Wilson Confer.
Constant belligerent en
where to make the injunction question
Washintgon, D. C.— Heads o f the
Survivors who would discuss the
St. Louis— The State department, in croachments on neutral rights have led
“ the paramount issue in all o f their
a telegram sent to Representative President Wilson to say that neutrality railroad employes’ brotherhoods, who matter were agreed that it was due to
future political activities.”
are determined that the Adamson law a combination o f sw ift currents which
Dyer Saturday, confirmed the killing is “ intolerable.”
Mexico is in a serious plight.
O f shall not be broken down, conferred carried the tug off its course and
Henry Tuerke, 20 months old, who 0f Dr. H. C. Fisher, a former St.
was pronounced cured in New York Louisan, at Santa Rosalia, Mexico, ficials are beginning to despair o f Car here Tuesday with President Wilson, across the bow o f the submarine, and
ranza, yet no alternative is seen. The Attorney General Gregory and their to the semi-darkness, which was to be
a fter receiving the serum treatment : November 2, by V illa bandits.
fo r infantile paralysis la3t summer, is
Information received in private ad Nicaraguan treaty is being bitterly legislative representatives; declared the Deutschland’s medium o f safety,
■dying from a second attack.
vices by William Fisher, a brother, is protested by the other Central Am eri their purpose to aid the government in but which instead prevented ready ob
; that the bandits demanded and re can nations, and offers a possible every way in fighting injunction suits servation o f the danger ahead.
Tw o Chinamen entered the store o f
Conditions there against the law, and made further tain Koenig would say only to ques
ceived $2000 on a promise to spare Dr. source o f trouble.
W ong Ling, a prominent Chinese mer
Fisher’s life, and afterward killed him and in San Domingo and H ayti are un plans for perfecting a working agree tioners :
chant at Salem, Or., aroused him from
settled. Also the treaty fo r the pur ment with their allies, the railroad
“ I t ’s a terrible thing to lose those
I “ because he was an Am erican.”
1>ed and forced him at the point o f a
chase o f the Danish West Indies for men o f the American Federation of good men.
I feel it deeply.
revolver to deliver $500 in the safe.
must excuse m e.”
El Paso, T ex.— An official statement $25,000,000 is still unratified.
Santa Claus w ill pay no more for from Chihuahua City reached the bor
Soldiers to Get Gifts.
English Papers Plan Rise.
Milk Fame Spreads Far.
toys this Christmas than in years gone der Saturday conveying General T rev
— Portland’ s fame from a
by, according to toy dealers o f San
Francisco. Prices for all sorts o f toys taking the field against Villa, and the socks stuffed with Christmas g ifts are Tuesday at a meeting o f representa pure milk standpoint now has spread
w ill remain about the same because vanguard of his troops had gone to to be presented to the American troops tives o f British newspaper proprietors to Europe. City Health Officer Mar
Santa Rosalia, which is to be the base at the border and in Mexico through held in London, recommending that the cellus received a letter recently from
o f increased production by America.
of operations. General Gonzales Cuel the the Red Cross.
newspapers throughout the country the National Clean Milk Society o f
weighing 120 tons lar w ill take charge in the Chihuahua
Miss Mabel Boardman, head o f the raise the price by a half penny.
London asking for a set o f the score
brought over in the German submarine capital, it was announced.
organization, announced Monday that
cards and other records by which the
merchantman Deutschland is to be con
General Trevenio’s announcement chapters throughout the country would
A London dispatch on November 12 Portland milk ins|>ectorB keep tab on
verted into “ Deutschland iron men,” caused much surpise and considerable be asked to begin collection o f g ifts reported an increase in the price of the c ity ’s milk supply. Ever since the
to be sold as souvenirs for the benefit alarm here among Americans and immediately, such articles as candy, the Ixmdon Times, beginning Novem city won the first prize at the Panama
o f German widows and orphans o f the Mexicans who have interests in Chi stationery, pipes, tobacco and handker ber 20, to three half pence, or a half Pacific Exposition letters o f this kind
war, it is reported.
penny above the former price.
chiefs being preferred.
have been received.
Brief Resume of General News
from All Around the Earth.
300,000 Able Bodies to Be Taken,
is Belief of London.
International Issues Become Acute and
New Policies Are Necessary.
SUBMARINE ISSUE S fOREMOST c*dM,,ul 10
UNIVERSAL HAPPENINGS IN A NUTSHEU
^ T u 7‘u>' APPEAL HADE TO AMERICANS
The American attitude ¡a fiat and President Wilson’s Message to
Congress is Practiully finished
Deutschland Rams Convoying Tug
rfffeSffiJStSSEl»«*«m fGr b™2
Gen. Rrevino Leaves Chihuahua City