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VOL. X., Xo. II.
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WRANGLE OVER FIUME AFFAIR
Hmntor IxmIkm Ak I'rraident'
8poktnkn "When IHil We Urn-lure
War ln Italjr?"
Home, Sit. 30. American
4 murine are maintaining order
in Urn city of Spalalo. DalmiitU, 4
where Hear Admiral Andrew In
stationed with (he flagship Pitt
burg. Feeling between the Hal-.
4 Ian and I ho Juno-Slav la run- 4
4' nlns high and the American 4
4 were forced to Intervene. 4
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WaahiniiUm, ttopl. 30. Two reso
lution relating to the lunding of
American sailor at Trau, Oalmatla,
after Italian form had taken poiwe
Ion of the ort, were Introduced In
the senate today and precipitated
spirited dfhato. One by Senator
Sherman, republican, IlllnoU, would
declare unwarranted "Interference
hy the I'nllod State with the Italian
boundary," and that an action by the
lunding forces would have no binding
lore on the American government
It waa referred to the forolgn rela
tion committee. Another revolu
tion by Senator New, republican, In--dluiin,
would reqiunt the state de
luirtment to Inform the nennto at
"the earliest pouhIUIu moinent," an
to the truth of report thiit the land
ing of the Americana wa made un
der order from British admiralty.
lrK)ii reuiwt of Senators lllnliclick".
Nvbraeka and Thomas, Colorado,
democrat, the measure went over
Discussing hi resolution Senator
Sherman said this country hud been
"no long proceeding undor the func
tion of a, league of nations not yet
tortned, that It wa departing from
the old line of government."
'Xlreut 'Britain," he dot-lured, 'in
llverlng order to the I'nlted States'
navy In ftnllun water. I refuse to
recognize It authority Hince the rovo
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JUDGE BRANDS FOSTER
.Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 30. Wll
llum iFoater, loader of the striking
atei'l workers, wa bitterly denounc
ed by Judge Joseph Bufflngton, of
tho federal court of appeal, a a
"dangerous domestic, enemy." The
Judge waa presiding over a natural!?
zatlon court and warned prospective
citizen to iboware of dangerous agl
tator. ' 'V' ,
1MMTI.HII TIMXH OCtHTY
IHiACK SKA lOUT OK OIKSS
Vienna,, Sept. 30. Troops from
the British Black sea fleet hare land
ed at Odessa und have occupied the
lty- Vi.,' iim
Winnipeg, Man,, Sept. 30. About
100 rural schools In Manitoba have
boon unable to- re-open because no
teachers could bo obtained, though
valiirleg have never 'been so high In
GRAHTS PASS HAS
HolUltor Collect ;J."VO.I7 to Help
lltilld Home for Motherles jtnd
Grant "Pass baa again made a re
cord of her Interest In itate-wlde
endeavor for public good by rolling
up a creditable nun In the "Ile-a-nrlck-nuy-a-dlrlck"
The committee In charge of yes
terday' drive placed tq the credit of
the I'aolflc Coast llescue and Pro
tective Society 1350.47, with more
to come. The aollcltor were tired,
but happy bunch a they brought In
their report of districts covered.
Only one email territory of the town
remain unsolicited. Circumstance
It the last minute caused the work
er to fall. The committee la look
ing for volunteer who will solicit
thin territory on Wednesday Call
B33-R for Information.
The business men, we are cure.
feel by thl time that It would pay
to put on force of women collec
tors. We, In the name of the home-
lee and unfortunate ones, thank
both those who have given and those
who had a desire to give. We wish
a I no to thank the Courier for the
generous apace given and feel indebt-
- f Continued ooxpage I.)
MEXICANS TO HAVE A
Mexico City, Sept. 30. Govern
ment experiments are said to have
shown that the plant "Ijl Goberna-
dora" which grows profusely In the
repirhllr, hits a deadly effect' when
used as the major Ingredient In gas
bombs. The department of war ha
been advised of It adaptability for
bomb and Kxceltrior assorts manu
facture may be ordered by the gov
MAUNA LOA ERUPTS,
Honolulu, Sept. 30. Mount Ma
una lxia, on Hllo Island, burst Into
new eruption last night, !.V wide
stream of lava Is pouring down the
Kona side, destroying many homes
and the resident are fleeing to the
sea, 30 miles distant.
LYNCHED IN ALABAMA
Montgomery, .Alu Sept. 30. Gov
ernor Kilby Intervened today In the
situation arising from the lynching
of three negroes yesterday. ( Judges
of the circuit court and the sheriff
were, called tuto the conference. The
fourth negro, Ben Miller, a former
soldier, was shot and wounded early
today when he' refused to enter an
automobile- with four white men.
UNDER RUSSIAN FLAG
With the 'American 'Force In Ger
many, Sept. 30,-XJeneral Graf von
Keller, a! .Russian of 'German descent,
's said to be the prime mover in the
plan to organize 30,000 German vol
unteers under the Russian flag.
He has Issued a nrnelnmatlnn nv
'ng: "We need the Lotts to coverour
rear when we move against the bol-
shevlkl. We will not let the bolshe
vlkl into Lettland, but will drive
them hack into 'Russia as far as pos
.iSMeTfrdm the lettlsh iborders."
OHMKHAL GRAVE lFl V) A
APOLOGV FltOM III HHI FOR
HEATING AX AMERICAN
JAPS WOULD HELP' PIS
t'oMiiu'kit Ordered to lK tlie Flogging,
Action Slay ('awte America, to
Take Firmer Ktand
Vladivostok, Sept. 30 Major Gen
eral William Graves, commander of
the American force In Siberia, has
demanded an apology from Genera,!
.Rozanoff, commander of the Russian
troop In the Prlamur Province, for
the arreat of Captain I P. Jone and
Corporal iBenJ. Sperling and. the flog
ging of the latter by Cossacks under
General Kalmikoff. while the officers
were on official business, investigat
ing the conduct or the Japanese of
ficer who threatened to stand with
the Russians In case of (rouble with
the Americans. Thl occurred on
Soptember nth, and la the most ser
ious incident since the Americans
landed In Siberia.
HOYS STOIT COMMANDS
TRAFFIC IH'RTXO RIOTS
Omaha, Neb., Sent. 30 During all
the time the mob was at work Sun
day in Its attack on the courthouse
to lynch a negro prisoner, a 12-vear-
old Soy Scout stationed himself at
prominent street IntersWlon and
directed traffic. He stayed on the
Job all night and well Into the morn
ing. Mayor Smith was maklnz a des
perate effort to persuade the mob to
refrain from its work when he wa
taken by It members In their at
tempt to hang him.. When he re
gained consciousness at the hospital
nts first question of attendant was:
'What did they do with the cokkred
man?" He waa not told.
IS BREWING A
PRESIDENT SAYS JUNIOR RED CROSS
MAKES GOOD CITIZENS OF CHILDREN
San Franclsro, Cal.. Sept. 30 The
Junior Jted Cross, the organization
which Is the children' and teachers'
department of the American Red
Cross, received approval today from
iPrealdent Wilson, who has Issued
the following proclamation In rela
tion to the enrollment campaign now
being carried on:
THE SCHOOL OHUJDREX
THE UNITED STATES
Two years ago, as president of the
United States and as president of the
American iRed Cross, I addressed to
you a letter In which I advised you
to enroll In the newly organized
Junior Red Cross, and I explained to
yon some of the ways In which the
Junior 'Red Cross would help you to
be useful to your country and to the
children of those countries which
were associated with us In a great
war against a powerful enemy. Mil
lions of you did Join the Junior Red
Cross and worked hard and what you
did is warmly appreciated by the
whole country. ,
Now, by the blessing of God and
through the faithful performance of
duty by our soldiers and sailors and
the soldiers and sailors of the coun
tries by whose side we fought, a'
great victory has been won and the
war Is over, but I am sure that yoif
wish to continue to be useful to your
country and to children less fortu
nate than yourselves. Therefore, I
am Vritlng to you at the opening of
the new school year to advise vou
again to Join the Junior Red" Cross,
which has planned a worjc for peace
times even larger and more svstema
tic than the work dona during the
IN TOUCH W TH
ALTHOrOH TOO T1Aj TO TAKE
PAItT IS FIGHT, TUttlXTV
KKKIf4 HIM WKIL IOSTKI
TILT IK THE SENATE
Hitchcock Say Kepuhikans Are
Heckling "Wl'mm, IhwaiiMS Tbey
Want Troth About Flume
Washington, Sept. 30. President
Wilson, after two day of rest, has
showed some Improvement. Al
though the president' condition pre
cludes his taking any active part in
the treaty fight, he has shown much
Interest and received a report on the
situation from Secretary Tumulty
last night. Senator advised him
that the treaty will not be amended
and no reservation requiring Its re
submission would be adopted.
Washington, Sept. SO After sharp
criticism by republican on the land
kng of American sailors at Trau, af
ter the Italian forces took possession
of the port, the senate adopted a res
olution by Senator New of Indiana,
republican, requesting the president
to transmit a report of the Incidentkhe purpose of developing
to the senate.
Senator Hitchcock charged that
the republicans were heckling the
president and filibustering In order
to delay action on the treaty.
FOOTBAMi FATAI, TO ONE
Springfield, Ohio, Sept. 30. Cal
vin Ublsher, aged 17. fullback of
the Urban high school football team.
who was Injured In the opening game
of the season here Saturday with the
Springfield high achool died today.
A vertebra In the boy's neck wa die
The Junior Red Cross will. instruct
you in Ideals and habits of service.
will show you how to Je useful to
your school, how to aid the older
people in your community in their et
forts to promote the health and com
fbrt of the people among whom you
live, and bow to help children who
are still Buffering from the effects of
the great war In foreign lands In
vaded toy the enemy.
The recent war was the greatest
of ell -wars, not only because more
men and nations were engaged in it
than in any other war of history,
but. also becaMse, as a result of it.
people have seen a vlelon of a dif
ferent kind of world from the world
of the past, la world In which nations
shall unite for purposes of peace and
good will aa (they formerly united
only for wat against an armed foe.
In .working for the children of .other
nations you will come to understand
them bettor and they'wlll understand
and appreciate you more.
Your education will not be com
plete unless you learn bow to be
good citizens, and the Junior Red
Cross plans to tea'ch you simple les
sons of citizenship through Us Or
ganization and Its activities.' It is
your generation which must carry on
the work of our generation at home
and abroad and you cannot Tiegln too
soon to train your minds and habits
for this responsibility. By doing
what you can to make happier the
people of your own neighborhood,
your state, your country and also the
people of other lands, you will make
yourselves happier.' '
OSigned) WOODROW WILSON.
Would Almlish Unemployment in
Oregon by State FnrnUIiing Jobs
for All Who Ask
Portmd, Sept 20. Abolishment
of unemployment In this state by the
establishment of a apeclal depart
ment which will be required to pro
vide -work for any unemployed per
son upon five days' notice is aimed
at In a proposed constitutional
amendment drafted fcy W.,S. XTRen
at the request of the Oregon State
Federation of Labor, and which the
federation expect to put before the
people of Oregon at the election of
Under the plan of - the proposed
amendment. It would be the duty of
the state to provide work for all de
manding it and it Is considered that
It might be necessary for the state
to go IntS many lines of Industry In
which It Is not now engaged in order
to find enough Jobs to fill the re
The state highway commission
would Te abolished and all highway
work of all kinds would be done by
the state, this field providing work
for a large number.
Sacramento, Cal., Sept
market for California: rice, a 13,000,
000 advertising campaign is to be
launched soon by California, rice
growers and- millers. It was announc
ed recently by the Pacific Rice Grow-.
era' association. A million dollars
a year for three years Is to be ex
pended in magazines and newspapers
throughout the country.
ALLIES GIVE FINAL
Paris, Sept. 30. A blockade of
Germany Is threatened by. the allies.
In case the German troops of General
Von Dergolu are not removed from
the Baltic 'region, the blockade to
begin today, it Is reported. No food
ships will be permitted to start for
Germany until further orders.
STEEL STRIKE IS
AN ENDURANCE TEST
iPittsburg, Pa., Sept. 30. Appar
ently the steel strike has settled
down to a' question of endurance.
San Francisco, Sept. 30. Shipyard
men have ordered a strike atmid
night "unless other instructions over
the signature of officers appear in the
Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 30. The
city assumes s; gay appearance today
and throngs are arriving for Qfle
great world series. All of the 35,000
seats have "been sold, and August
Hermann, president, locked the of
fice door. He paced the floor, re
gretting that Redland Field did not
have 200,000 seats.
Chicago, 111., Sept. 30. -Forty In
ternal revenue officers are endeavor
ing to see that scalpers of the world
series tickets turn over to the gov
ernment 60 per cent of the tax. A
number of tickets have fallen Into
CT. 8. REGULARS ARRIVE AXD PA
TROL OMAHA STREETS: CEX
KIUL. WOOD IX CHARGE
MAYOR SMITH HAS CLOSE-CALL
Troopa Equipped With Plenty of Am
munition and Machine Guns; .
Governor Present "
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 30. Omaha
was quiet last night.
With 800 troop from Forts Oma
ha and Crook, Nebraska, and Camp
Dodge, la., on riot duty along with
several hundred special officers or
ganized by the American Legion to
help preserve order, officials were
confident there would be no further
outbreak of the race rioting, which
on Sunday and Monday resulted la
the death of twe persons. Injuries to
several score of others, an attempt
to lynch Mayor Ed. P. Smith and tha
partial wrecking by fire of the count
ty courthouse. 1
In addition to these forces 11 of
ficers and 250 men from Camp Funs
ton, Kan., and 20 officers and 550
troops from Camp Grant, 111., are
scheduled to arrive here when Gen
eral Leonard Wood, commander of
the central department of the army,
is expected to reach the city to take
charge of military operations.
There are plenty of arms and am
munition to supply the" troops, some
of whom have machine guns.
A heavy downpour of rain had the
effect of keeping people oft the .
Tomorrow Judges of the district
court here will decide whether a
grand Jury investigation of the race
rioting .shall be conducted. At the
same time Governor Samuel R. Mc-
Kelvie is to be in the dty to give
any advice be may deem necessary to
The condition of Mayor Smith, who '
members of a mob injured when they
attempted to lynch htm, was gradu
ally Improving, according to an an
nouncement by bis 'physician.
Washington. Sept. 30. Brand
Whitlock, of Ohio, is now minister
to iBelglum, having been nominated
by President Wilson to be ambassa
dor to Belgium.
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POWER GIVEN OLCOTT
Salem, Ore.,,Sept. 30. lAuthorltf-
has been given Governor Olcott to
request troops from General Liggett,
commanding the Western department
at San Francisco, In case of disturb
ances in the state, instead of having
to ask Secertary of War Baker, thus
saving time in case of emergency.
The same has been done in all the
Paris, Sept. 30. The Clemenceau
government was sustained on the
question of confidence by a vote of
262 to hi.
TO BE 25 CENTS
London, Sept. 30. Milk is going
to cost 25 cents a quart in London '
during the coming winter, according
to an estimate of the ministry of
food. This, according to the 'minis
try, is expected to be resisted by the
producers who do not believe th
price Is high 'enough. Infant mortal
ity is expected to Increase with the.
price of milk.