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HATCMMY, OCTOBRIt S, 1M0
THE EVENING HERALD, raAMATH FAilS. OREGON
AU.BN8TKIN, KABT PRUSSIA,
Sept. 1. (By The Associated Presi)
Flags o( tho old acrniaa smptrc, not
those of the German republic, wore
raised, over thli city when tho inter
allied control commission, whlch Tor
Ix months had been the high gov
ernment of Eat Prussia, packed up
and left recently on special trains
On tho ovo ot tho departure, ot
tho commission, crowds stood (or
hours In tho ktrcots and tho station
squnro In a silence ao ominous that
some Intor-nllled officers Interpreted
It ns tho prelude to a serious demon
stration. Tho only violence, however, oc
curred on the stops ot tho station
where Mayor Vladimir Ecjert, who
had been ordered out of Allensteln
by the commission, wan received
upon his return from Konlghburg.
whero ho had spent his exile. A re
ception committee of tho more con
servative citizens, with whom tho
mnyor was Tory
reiving him with
frankly hostile, hold tow lenve-tnk
A number ot German girls kissed
somo ot tho officers goodbye at the
stntlon and waved them u long faro
well. Mnjor Bchnenberg, head of tho
Knst Prussian security police, did not
tnke the communists efforts serious
ly. He said thero wore only 400
communists In Altonatoln and whllo
Ml ot thorn 'possessed guns tholr
names were sniwn and they could
always be controlled by tho police.
Ills office had tho names ot virtual-
ly nil radicals In Kast Prussia, he
popular, was re- gnld, except In somo of tho border
great formality towns whore thero Is , considerable
Tho authority of tho commission when a young German communis contmcrco with the. bolshevik). In
ceased at 8 o'clock at night and on Mcnped up and knocked tho mnyor his opinion tho police could handlo
tho mlnuto tho Oman flags wore down. It was a knock-out blow and any situation brought nhout by tho
ni,C( 'tho reception commltteo ordered n I Kast Prussian radicals.
tin 'nt tho hlth school, across the,,,trp,cIcr "Pn wnlch tho "or wn'
street from tho building whuro tho cnrrlcJ ,0 nls non'- Tno M"nt
commission wns onartore,! tho tt n0' arrested and tho Incident
schoolmaster gathered his pupils and fcnU!ed n0 comment among tho
raado a speech, In which he said thlsicrowj8
was a great moment for Prussia, On tho outskirts of the town n
which at last was out from under ffow communists nttacked a relch
the yoke of tho conqueror. Above swehr officer and badly used him.
his head as ho spoko tho black, white n another section a few shots were
and red of tho Ocrman republic. At exchanged bctweon communists and
the conclusion of his speech tho ma- security pollco but tho communists
ter ordered thrco "hochs" which dispersed and there wcro no ensual-
FOCH GOES ON
MBTZ, 8ept. 7. (My Mall.)
Shortly after night tho banquet of
volcomo glxcn hero to the Knights
ot Columbus, nt which ' Mnrshal
Poch was tho principal speaker,
came to nn end and the tired knights
nnd other gucts hurried to bed. Not
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HUTU KIVUII IUBMO, U11U llll'll IIU Villi", l.l.l L-..l.
...... ... I ..... ... ... .... i o Mnrshal Vocli.
dren, with their eyes steadily upon! When tho bluo automobiles carry-
tho teacher, sang "Deutschlnnd Ubor Ing tho porsonnol nnd proporty of Accompanied by a slnglo nlde-do-
Alles." A few Germans who had tho commission. went roaring toward cam,,( ne WM socn t0 leavo lno M0-
listened to the school master Joined tho station tho crowds gavo way. to1 about x o'clock nd enter a hugo.
la the song.
8ome prominent citizens wero ask
ed why thero were no flags of the
"We are Prussians and conserva
tives," they said, "and have not ac
commodated ourselves to the new
regime. The flag of the republic Is
t,ho flag ot a sect. Wo will fly tho
Whllo evidently bitter toward tho
Berlin government they felt their
duty lay In Ignoring It as far as pos
sible officially and to have little to
do with It personally.
grey 'military nutomoblle.
sometimes sullcnlr. but hardly n
. word was spoken. Hero and there I "Situation must bo getting worso
a German hat was raised to an of
ficer in an automobllo and the ac
In tho hotels thero were many
hand shakings between tho British
and tho Germans nnd tho personal
In Poland." everyono salil who noted
the departuro of tho Marshal, "or
elso ho should not travel to Paris by
Few know that Mnrshal Foch wns
making a sad pllgrlmago to Longwy,
RAN JUAN, POHTO UlCO. Sept.
10. (Ily Mail) Porto lllco's exter
nal trado for tho Inst fiscal car,
ended June 30, reached a tutal of
1247,190,083 almost a quarter ot a
billion dollars, an Increnso ot $105,
303,1)83 over tho previous year, the
blggost yenr on record up to that
time, nnd nn Increase that was great
er than tho total trado for any year
up (o 1910.
Morn than 90 per cent of tho total
vpnrls nnd Imports wore with tho
Kxports worn valued nt $150,811,'
449, n gain ot approximately $70,-'
HIUP YOUH UAHKM
or parcels by our transfer
service. That will insure
that they will Ira carefully
handled nnd that they will
always roach boat or train
on time. Wo don't bolliivn
In any last mlnuto ahlD
monts, Wo always get there
In plenty of 1 1 mo, to make
sure the goods we carry will
not tss left behind.
Western Transfer Co.
1 419 Mala it.
servants ot tho Ilrtlsh said their do-(there to kneel upon tho gravo ot his
Jotted good-byes, somo of them 'son killed In action during nn en
weeping. Many ot the officers de-jgagement In tho early days ot tho
dared they really were sorry to leave war. Hut Foch had to bo back to
for their work had been pleasant and Paris tho noxt day nnd could nrit
the people friendly. The French,
against whom, tho sentiment was
LET'S GO TONIGHT
spare the time to travel by day.
WOLF TKACHK8 YOUNG
ART OF GKTTING FOOII
Buddie's NEW JAZZ Orchestra
Cody, Wye, Oct. 1. A mother
wolf's duty to her offspring Is to
teach them as soon as they are old
enough the art of hamstringing cat
tle, according to Luther Zing, a
Zing recently surprised a wolf
teaching eight half grown pups how
to get fresh meat for food. Zing
T roped two of the pups. Several head
ot cattle had been bitten. Tho
4 SOMETHING SPECIAL DONT MISS IT
000,000 oor 1919, whllo Imports
wero valued nt $90,338,034, a gain,
ot 134,000,000 In one )cnr.
In vnluo, .exports exceeded Im-1
porls by IIH.COO.OOO. In 1019 thu t
halanco ot trade In the Islnnd's favor
wns a llttlo more than $17,000,000,
so that tho trado bnlanrn gain for
tho year was more than threo-fold.
Sugar exports during the 13
months wero valued nt $9S,923,7B0, j
more than double In vnlun tho sugar
exports for tho ear ending Juno
30, 1919. In fact, tho aluo of sugar.
exporien ironi tno isinmi accounted
for more thnn IT.0,000,000 of tho
$70,000,000 by which tho Islnnd's
exports wero Increased Muring the
year. Sugar exports amounted to
419,388 tons as compared to 351,
010 tons In 1919.
With tho exception of coffee most
of tho Islnnd's products exported .
went to the United States. Coffee
exports to foreign countries wcro
valued at $8,769,047 and to tho
United States $264,981. Tho aver-'
age valuo per pound was 27.6 conls
ns compared with 21.7 cents tho
Fruit oxports Included grapefruit
worth $1,332,742: oarnges worth
$832,346 and pineapples valued nt
There worn 226,776,000 cigars
sent to tho United States valued at
$11,607,446. In 1919 the cigar ex
ports wero 149.336,000, valued at
I Other exports Included coconnuts
.TUBES FIT tJVERSIZE
Mlrhrlln Tultra are
full site In cross)
section, nnd am
therefore not stretch
nl thin when In
flated. This nrivnn
Inge Is rMTlnlly
Important w li 1"h
nliii)lng tubes for
font tlrex, which
nro nearly nil "ov
n lltli and Klamath
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wolf's, den was found but the she
wolf bad removed heryoung to an- wortn $1,139,752 and sea Island cot-
India has more than 130 varieties
of the mango, all cultivated. .
ton, 349,008 pounds valued at $193,
EUROPE FOUND THIS AMERICAN FIRST BUT AMERICA TAKES CARE
OF ITS OWN
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