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SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915
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BATTLE BETWEEN ALLIES
AND 6ULGARS IMMINENT
Advancing In Force From Sal onika the Allies Fill Attempt
To Force Bulgars, Back-Experts Confident They Will
' Be Able to. Reinforce the Hard Pressed Serbians
Slavs Claim Steady Gains-General War News
RUMANIA STATES TERMS
Rome, Oct. 23. Provided Ru
mania joins the allies, she wants
them to send 400,000 troops to
the Balkans so she can concen
trate against Austria without
fearing the attack of Bulgaria,
according to a Bucharest mes
sage today. The. allies are un
derstood to be inclined to accept
WILL ATTACK BTJLGARS
London, Oct. 23. From reports that
the allies nro advancing in force from
Salonika, it is believed here today that
big battle is near against the Bul
garians astraddle the NisU railroad
ou th of Uskub. South of that place
Hie Bulgarians are reported to have
The allies' task is to break their
line, or drive them back eastward be
fore they can aid the Serbians ugaiust
the Austro-Germnns in the north. -
Military experts see hope, however, in
the fact that the Toutons are pushing
nouthward only slowly. This situation
'tins cnuscd confidence here thut the al
lies will be able to reinforce their hard
Dressed Serbian allies.
Official reports from Petrograd show
tlie Slavs conducting a successful of
fensive from Gnlicia to Dvinsk, with
jjnins along the Styr, around Barau
oyich, and to the north of Tarnopol.
Developments along the western
front are comparatively minor.
On the Italian front the Italians are
developing a new strength, and have
taken many Austrian positions.
WOULD PROTECT GREECE
Paris, Oct. 23. Negotiations were in
progress today regarding the allies' pol
icy in the Balkans, In view of Greece's
refusal to nccept the Island of Cyprus
is the prize for joining the entente
Some authorities were disposed to
substitute force for diplomatic parleys
hi dealing with Greece. But inasmuch
s Greece said her refusal was "for
the present," others inclined to be
lieve a satisfactory outcome would re
sult. Increase of the allies' forces so that
Greece need not fenr being overwhelm
ed by invaders of her own territory,
and the pressure of public opinion in
favor of the allies may " determine
Greece finally to come to the allies'
RUSH TROOPS TO SERBIA
London, Oct. 23. Heavy movements
f allies from Salonika to Scrvia are in
progress according to Athons advices to
dny, NO DAMAGE DONE
Berliu, by wireless to Snyville, Oct.
3. Bombardment of Dedeaghatch by
the British fleet has caused no real
lumnge, it was announced. today.
Athens officially denied that Greece
ift negotiating with Bulgaria for an
TRENCH FIRE DESTRUCTIVE
Paris, Oct. 23. How French infantry
nd machine gnus poured forth death,
utmost destroying the enemy around
'1 (inure hill in the Champagne, was" told
l'v today's officiat communique.
l.1 l- knmlig
i,., n attacks
ere attempted last evening about Ta
""III! 1C I O M.UIIIIlllOH-v I
feller, are opposed t ever '
thinjr tto tan't run
I'll bet th issn
dries miss tlj' ole "Pslmjr
El lil " V.SJf
hure hill," said the statement. "French
infantry and machine guns almost de
stroyed the enemy.
"Groups attempted sorties from the
German trenches at Boisen-hnche and
Fort Givenchy but were dispersed.
"Fighting by inches, the French de
feated the enemy at a trench crossing
the Leintrey and at Goxndrexou, Anion
court nnd the Rillon roads."
SERBIANS MOVE CAPITAL
Berlin, Oct. 23. The Serbian capital
has been transferred to Kraljevo, ac
cording to a Bucharest dispatch to
day. Transfer of the capital to Monnstir
nnd Prisrend have been announced pre
viously, but it developed only certain
departments had been sent there. It
was (stated positively yesterday that the
capital would, rc main at JSisn.
BULOARS ARE ADVANCING
Berlin, Oct 23. Bulgarian occupation
of Ncgoitin nnd Ra.gel.icvo, Serbia, was
officially Teported today.
"In the region of Vicegrad, we have
forced a passage of the Drina," said
the official statement. "We stormed
Serbian positions between Luknvivo
"General Von Gallwitz' has driven
the Serbians across the .Tasenica and
ejected them from Alexandrovac.
"The Serbians are retreating from
the Kosuticah-Slatina line.
"The Bulgarians repulsed the Serb
ians southeast of Pirot. This is 12 miles
within the eastern frontier and 35 miles
southeast of Nish."
GOT THE IRON CROSS
Berlin, by wirefess to Sayville, I.. I
Oct. 23. Tl;e kaiser today decorated
Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria with the
BTJLGARS CAPTURE TOWN
Paris, Oct. 23. Bulgarian capture of
the town of Koprulu, on the railway
Una south of Usktip in Serbia was re
ported in a Sofia dispatch received
here early today via Geneva.
Amsterdam, Oct. 23 The Luxemburg
cnbiuet has resigned because of a dis
agreement with the grand duchess, the
Cologne Gazette said today.
'J' itajaaSTSTmake GAINS '
Paris, Oct. 23. Spreading their of
fensive, the Italians are giving the Aus
trians BeriouB battle among the moun
tain peaks lining the Italian fron
tier. The official statement received here
early today said the Tyrol and Trentino
fighting had been successfully extend
ed all along the line to the sea, and
that many Austrian positions had
crumbled before the Italian fire.
Regurding the Carso plateau fighting,
the statenVrnt said:
"The enemy's lines have been brok
en at several' points and tho enemy's
forces annihilated. Twenty-five of
ficers and 1,184 men havo been made
BIG BRIDGE DESTROYED
Athens, Oct. 23. The Zibeveeo-Des-tovo
bridge on the Salonika-Nigh rail
road has been destroyed by Bulgarian
invaders, according to a Sulonika mes
RUSSIAN TROOPS TO LAND
Bucharest, Oct. 23. " Russian troops
will land on the Bulgarian coast within
' asserted one ot tne czars
adjutants en route to Sofia today.
Leap Year Proposals
Oakland. Cal., Oct. .23,-The Itev. F
,1 Vaiillorn of the First Congregational
church of this city is planning s com
pnign of leap year proposals by toe
innrriojeable young wutfHMi of Ins
church. As an incentive to the young
women to realize the opportunities that
will be theirs next year, he has an
nounced that he will soon deliver a
series of love talks. The first of then.'
will be given tomorrow evening when
he will show that leap year proposals
...... mn.-ticed in the enrly days ot the
i.i ti,. .iiliiect of his sermon will
I)C, "Ruth, the Woman,' impose.,
next Sunday, it win no - nui-imv-i
pnsals by Proxy.
KILLS BEAR NEAR CITY.
(Capital Journal Secittl Service.)
Dallas, Or.. Oc t. 23. While hunting
in the vieinitv of the Rock House, sev
eral miles up the U Creole the firs of
,l,e week, cirl Seller, of this c.tv killed
a large black bear which brought
,o Dallas and the meat nla-ed o n m le
at the Dallas Mest Market. . Mr. So I
rrs killed a bear in the same vicinity
- 'nieniner oi i"- .......,--. - --
in bagging live p
Thirty Bands and Thousands
of Banners 26 Countries
New York, Oct. 23. Upwards of 30,
000 men anil women marched up Fifth
avenue for 50 blocks this afternoon in
the greatest demonstration for woman
suffrage ever held in the United
Shortly before noon, the marchers
collected in Washington Square, the
starting point. Thev represented ev
ery state in the union, besides 26 for
eign countries. Thousands of banners
were unfurled. Thirty bands blared
forth. A majority of the women were
dressed in white and all wore white
hats. Ten thousand men marched with
The leaders ordered that there be- no
laughing nor talking. Their idea was
to have the solemnity of the procession
impress voters with the magnitude ot
the issue before the election November
At the end of the line, the marchers
massed about the 3ft bands, and joined
in singing the Star Spangled Banuer.
GREECE IS WEAKENING
Paris, Oct. 23. -Though Oreece will
not actively help the allies, she will
permit them to use Greek ports and
railroads in order to get troops to Ser
bia, it was learned seruoi-otticially to
LOVE FOR HER HUSBAND
THE CAUSE OF MURDER
Her Past Had Been Shady and
To Protect Herself She
San Francisco, Oct. 23. Delving
leeper into the case of Mrs. Mary Pa-
mies who murdered Michael Weinstein,
nnd chopped up his body, polioe today
were convinced her deed resultel solely
from a desire to blot out the man, who
stood between her and a past she
sought to forget; That she truly loved
her husband was their belief just as
she told them.
But Weinstein, according to advices
from Atlantic City, knew her history.
His oppenrance here, his possession of
letters she had written, and the tell
tale photo he carried in his watch all
brought back other days. She I'earod
her husband would learn so she killed'
him, as she hus confessed.
And, the police learned that, beuiutf
the tragedy, is still another the trag
edy of a wife starving in a flat at At
lantic City. This woman, Weinstein 's
wife, will' be given the B2!5 which' the
girl said Wciustel i offered her to elope.
That Weinstein pcrhapB was a white
slaver who lured immigrant girls to a
life of shame W9 one theory tlie po
Tho story of Mary Pamias' lift back
east showed affairs with men at
Bridgeport, Conn., and Atlantic City
and a career under an assumed name in
the latter place.
The girl-wife neeined more composed
todav: her confession that she slew
Weinstein deliberately seemed to have
removed a burden from her mind. She
sat in her cell surrounded by magazines
ami a novel, nnd appeared resigned to
SCULPTOR STORY DEAD.
ew York, Oct. 23. T. Waldo Sfory,
sculptor, died here today. Bessie Ab
bott, his singer wife , was at bis bed
lluekiifMS 0, Curlisle 0.
Harvard (I. Cornell 1U.
Western Maryland ti,
ware l'.l. t
Army 10, Georgetown 0.
Case 12, Ohcrliu 2. .
Carnegie Tech 00 Grove CityO
Pitt 14, Pennsylvania 7.
Vale 7, W. and .1. 10.
Princeton 30, Dnrtinouth 7.
Michigan Aggies 21, Michi
. Nebraska 20, Notre Dntne 11.
Navy i!0, Vl'irgiuia Tech 0.
Wisconsin 21, Ohio State 0.
l,iiigh 20, Muhlenberg 0.
Colby 34, itowdoiu 0.
St. .iohns 0, liettysbiirg IH.
Syracuse 0, lirowu 0.
Minnesota l, Iowa 13.
( oliiiiibiu "", St. Ijiwreiiee 0,
JjiFsyette 40, Albright 0.
Pennsylvania State 2"), West
Virginia Wcsleyan 0.
l uiou College 2, Stevens 0.
Dcnison .1.", I iiieiniati U.
St. Louis 21, Dcpauw V.
First quarter at Walla Walls:
gon 14; Whitman 0.
Knd second quarter: Oregon,
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OH TEXAS BORDER
Genejal Villa Thought To Be
Encouraging Bandits, by
Way of Reprisal
TEXANS ARE IN SAVAGE
HUMOR OVER ATTACKS
President Orders Drastic
Measures To Stop the
Brownsville, Texas, Oct. 23. Boiling
with rage over the continued banditry
along the Hio Grande, citizens of towns
hereabouts gathered today at Mayor
urowu a call to discuss means of re
lieving the situation. Brown himself
announced there would be no discussion
of reprisals, But, in the temper of the
citizens thero was some doubt that he
or any one else, would be able to re
strain such efforts.
It was true that dispatch of addi
tional forces hnd somewhat of a quiet
ing eftect and the people hoped
Congressman Garner's visit to Wash
ington would result in additional aid,
yet the fresh killings of the past, week
made it likely that, unless strong meas
ures are taken, Tcxuns will take affairs
into their own hands at mi early
Two supposed raiders were slain by
a cavalry detachment last night while
tryina to cross the Hio Grande. Their
bodies were 'not found, Leaders are
still at large. ...w....w
Washington, Oct. 23. A dragnet of
American troops and speciul secret
agents was thrown out along the Hio
Grande border today in a search for
leaders of recent disastrous raids by
Mexicans, which have cost many
Drastic Measures Ordered.
President Wilson himself personally
directed the efforts to check the mill
ers, and he authorized Secretary of War
Garrison and Attorney General Greg
ory to resort to drastic measures to halt
the marauding which has grown in
volume since the United States recog
nized General Carrauza as chief execu
tive of the factional government of
American influences were believed to
be responsible for the circulation ofjing a joint meeting todny in Dallas
wild rumors of border conspiracies.! with representatives of tho City of
General Villa was reported Instigating Salem, which Is a third owner of th'i
attacks on American troops in reprisal steel bridge, to consider the advisabil-
for recognition of bis enemy and in the
hopo of forcing American intervention
in Mexico. Still another rumor said
Villa had secured now Auiericnn finan
cial backing. General Felix Diaz too,
was rumored to be fomenting a new
revolution with the aid of General
Zapata, Villa's aify.
Even more Aninriean reinforcements
are contemplated .for the Brownsville
VlUa'i Supplies Cut Off.
Kl i'aso, Texas, Oct. 23. The Ameri
run embargo against arms and muni
tiuns shipments to and from northern!
if ei.i. nffi
Mexico Is in full effect.
some sources of (lenorsl Villa ' revenue
....i -ii ..r i.a ,,,!ti,,n. All limal
dealers have bien ordered to report and Marlon counties will be present to ,)nBtffe8 tiuilding and the Southern
strictly the details of every sale of give tho point of view of the Folt Ia,.fP depot, were burned lint tho eon
arms and ammunition. county residents who transact business teilti wor rmm)ved without much loss.
a rumor that General Felix Dinz Is, in this city and of the Marion county )M)l(l, buildings destroyed wero a two
leading 40 000 Znpntistas against Mex-
icu City i unconfirmed.
POLK CATTLE WIN PRIZES.
M'nuital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Dr., M. 23. Word was re-
..k,i in this city Thursday that 1'olK
county livestock on exhibition at the
I'uiiRina -Pontic exposition In Man rrnn -
c had won several of the handsome
izes offered at that fair. 'vnn'
tiriimlnent Jersey breeder- of Perry -
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line won me rrui.ii """idi.vernor Withvcoiiibe will bo present
the .hampiui.slHp on. a Jersey row. Ite-, n(iinl)i,r t,1(. ,,1.lllllllio(l,
ti.l.-n those nnzes he also won several
others on other members of his herd.
l'riink l.ongliurv, of Monmouth, also
woo several handsome prizes on Jersey
cattle. Late news from the fair also
now that Oregon horses are carrying
off the miiionty of awards offered at
rain west, fpir
cooler east ior-4
tinii ; Sunday
cooler east por
erly winds mod
erate near the
i ii.iilir.lHT I r-'l
V - DOT I
Scarcity Compels Action To!
Divide It Systematically
Bread Riots Reported
Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, Oct.
23. Germany is about to take over,
nationally, the food supply and regu
lation of prices, it was officially an
Hitherto these matters have been in
the hands of state and provincial au
"It is necessary to equalise condi
tioiiB in various parts of the empire,"
said the statement, explaining this
move. "The supply is abundant, but
it is desired to avoid differences and
to ninke distributions even throughout
Gernianv, thus assuring a sufficiency
everywhere at reasonable cost.
Whilo Germany explains there Is suf
ficient food, travelers returning from
abroad this ween have reported that
the situation really is grave and that
food riots have occurred in- leading
For some time there has been local
ized supervision of distribution to ef-
wort as broad economy ns possible.
Bread tickets, for instance, have per
mitted citizens to get just so much,
and no more bread.
Kvon greater economy Is forecasted, by
the complete nationalization ot the
food supply. Prices are said by trav
elers to havo gone to exorbitant figures.-
CLOSE STEEE BRIDGE
Highway Engineer's Report
Places Responsibility Up
on County Courts
"In our opinion wo deem.it impera
tive, In the interest of public safety, to
prohibit the passngo of vehicles sucn
as aro now making daily use of the
bridge," said the report of Assistant
Engineer Holmes which implied that
the Highway engineer's department
had washed its hands of the affair and
passed it up to the county courts of
Polk and Marion counties. As ft is
evident that some action must be tak
en at once the county courts are hold-
ity of closing tne image 10 iramc.
Th Marion county court does not
wUh to hn a nartv to another Kastland
disaster which might result should the
present structure collapse under a heavy
loud and hurl its human freight into
tho river. Since they have hnd ample
warning the courts coslder that they
would be blamed should anyone be
hurt on the bridge and again they
would be criticised if they should close
the bridge and put in a ferry but It
will not be surprising should the joint
meeting today decide to close the
l.riiUre until a" new one is constructed.
Hie nuestion to
tie iiiscusseu mis
afternoon In Dnllns will bo largely one
! of policy ami nini unw n, r"'"'"""'
of the Citizens Joint Committee of 1 oik
j residents who transact business in '
; Deputation To Wait On
Arrangements have been made by
i i,l,l. rnniressmnn Hawley will re
v8 tllu deputation of those interest -
! ei in woman suffrage lit the stale
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; llilline Ul u " ' ---
The deputation is open to all who
are Interested In the woman's suffrage
movement, nnd will meet st the Marion;
lintel at 4 30 o'clock Mniulnv, and from,
thero all will be taken in automobiles I
to the state house. Among those who
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' W . L'l..
miiveineiil aro rs. eueni
l orlwriuht. who has been identified
with the movement in this state, Miss
Alice Dodil of Willamette I nlversity,!
and the state organizer, Miss Virginia I
Others who sre expected to lie here,
and who arc nt present In Corvallis nt-j
tending the Mothers' convention, are:
Mrs. Mary Waller Barrett, president!
of the National Council of Women'
Voters, Mrs. Alva K. Stephens, presi-,
dent of the parent Teachers' assnein -
tion of Portland nnd Mrs. W. J.
Ilswkins of Portland. j
Miss Arnold will sitesk Monday morn-,
!,. h.fnre the assembly at Willamette;
rill Villa do to usl
1 r f'T '"-I'WM-WIIJITIWI
CLAIM ITALIANS ARE SHE FACED DEATH
REPULSEDBY AUS1RIANS AS 1 QF OLD
Also Claim Russians Are
Driven Back and Many
Berlin, by wireless to Snyville, Oct.
23. Though admitting the Italians had
started a genera! offensive on their
frontier and had ptercod Austrian po
sitions at points, today's official state
ment claimed the Italians Inter ha I
been repulsed everywhere.
The statement likewise claimed, that
thouffh reversed temporarily in the bat
tling in Russia and Gnlicia, tho Teutons
now have regained considerable lost
ground and havo driven the enemy be
"After over 50 hours of artillery
preparation, tho Italians Friday tiegnn
an expected general attack, the third
since the war begun," said tho state
ment . "They were repulse t every
where. At several places in front of
the Austrians positions, the ground was
covered with itead. wnere tncy ap
proached and entered the Austrian po
sitions, the Italians wero either ejected,
killed or captured. .
"A heavy artillery duel is progress
ing tn the Tyrol.
"The Russians continued tnetr at
tack at Novo Aleksinietsch. Tho Aus
trians retrained a two or three mile
front, loiter Russian counter attacks
on this front broko down In tho face
of artillery fire.
V. Russians went of Czartoryak 'trove
a wedge into tne Austro-uornmn line,
but Friday, having been reinforced, wo
ouster attacked. Wo attacked on three
sides near Okonsk and the Russians
were driven back. Knoiny attempts to
divert by attacking northwest of Czar
torysk, iiiul also at. Kolkl failed. Final
ly Count Horhstoiii 's troops unexpect
edly advanced ani forced tho euoiny to
"Altogether since Oetobor HI wo
have taken prisoners 3,000 Russians on
the Korinyn and Styr.
San Francisco, Oct. 23. Counterfeit
Mexican currency amounting to thou
sands of dollars is being turned out. by
Snu Francisco lithogrnphors, according
to a charge made today hy It. V. DoNe
gri, Mexican consul general here, in a
circular sent to commercial, banking
and industrial concerns.
"For several months a criminal elo
ment of both Mexicans and Americans
tins been systematically counterfeiting
Mexican money Issued hy our revolu
tiouury government," snys tho state
"Authorities wero unnblo to prose
cute because of the circumstances which
the revolution had brought about, due
to suspension of relations between the
two countries. With the recognition of
General Currsnza I wish to announce
that now things nro la such shape that
we will be able to follow up and see
to it that punishment is inrhctuu."
Hurts Oregon Town
Grants Psss, Or., Oct. 23. Fire at
midnight last night destroyed seven
buildings in the business section of
Merlin, a little town nine miles north
of Grants Pass, on the Southern Pa
cific railroad, entailing a total loss of
about $211,000. The fire started from a
defective flue in the building owned
hy I. It. Williams, formerly used as a
rooming house, but vacant except for a
caretaker. Another vacant building
owned by Mr. Williams was also
burned, his loss being about H, 1)011. The
Bnry rooming house owned by W. M
Richards; general merchandise store of
D. W. Mitchell, stock snved; and the
Ott blacksmith shop.
DALLAS WOMAN SUIOTDES.
The Dalles, Or., Oct. 23. A domestic,
quarrel was mild today to have caused
Mrs. Dick Doyle, aged II), wife of a
rancher, to shoot herself through the
the quarrel her husband Is
have threutoned suit for
nnm in i
APPLES FOR PRESIDENT.
Leavenworth, Wash., Oct. 23. Three
hundred flawless Winesup apples are
en route to Washington today ns a
wedding pre t to President Wilson
from the people of Chelan county.
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roOD RIOTS IN GERMANY
London, Oct, !i3, Goaded by
hunger, Germans lu many
cities ore rioting for food.
This Is responsible for Ger
many's decision to take the
matter of food distribution and
prices into the hands of the
federal government anil it Is
repnitcl a prohibition on meat
sales two days a week bss beeu
Tho "leavings" from bar
rucks tables are fed to crowds,
driven to desperation by high
prices and food scsrclty.
VVITHOUT A TREMOR
Tragic Yet Pathetic Story of
Heroine's Death Is Told
THE IDEA OF REPRISES
, SIMPLY "UNnHNXABLE"
Story Sends Thousands of h
dignant Englishmen To
Job the Army
London, Oct. 23. In her death before
a German firing squad, Miss Kdith Ca
vell, Fngllsh woman, of Brussels, served
her country better than she did in life
when she aided soldiers to escape from
Recruiting officers said today no In
cident not even the sinking of tho
liner I.usitunin by a German submarine
and the Zeppelin night raids on Lon
don, nor even the kings appeal has
resulted in the recruiting of such suit
able men as the Cavell incident has
Already spurred by the report of her '
death as detailed by Americuu Minis
ter Brand Whitlock, the recruiting took
a new spurt today following publication
of the report of Rev. H. n. T. Gahnn,
British olergymanhls story of a heroin
death, seldom equalled in historic an
Like Joan of Aro.
Calmly, bravely, Miss Oavell faced
"I thauk God for this 10 weeks of
quiet," tho little woman told him, re
ferring to her days of Imprisonment
before death. "My life has always
bwn hurried and full of difficulties:
this time of rest has been a great
Her patriotism has the ardor of a
Jouu of Arc1, but with it she declared
she realized this was not enough that
she must dio with "no hatred nor bit
terness toward anyono."
The pastor and the woman took com
munion together, and she softly repent
ed the " Abido With Me" aftr him.
"Then," snld Gabon's report, "she
spoke of her soul's needs at the moment
and she received the assurance of
God's words as only Christian can
"W Shall Men Again."
In parting, Miss Cavell smiled and
said: "Wo shall meet again.""
On top of the wave of popular indig
nation at revelations of what England
regards ns German treachery in the Ca
vell case, tho king issued an appeal for
"more men and yet more." Ha railed
the present moment grave, and said ad
ditional forces are needed to secure
victory and an ondurlng peace.
It was understood that the royal ad
visors hastened this appeal, because
they believed there never has been a
more opportune time.
Miss Cavell 's family today suggested
a memorial London hoirpitttl for her,
rnthor than "Cavell battalions, a mon
ument, or stained glass church win
dows." Officials agreed with the fam
ily that similar reprisals by Knglnnd
would be "unthinkable."
An Unbelievable Story.
Tho German story Ihat the woman,
was one of the lenders of a widespread
organization to aid Belgians of military
age to escape tho country was scouted
ns ridiculous. Admittedly, she acted in
dependently in a few cases.
The latest version of Miss Cavell '
death is that the German soldiers pur
posely aimed not to hill bor, but that
the Brussels (lerinun commander fin
ished her with a pistol. This version,
however, is unofficial and so different
from the others that is not credited.
The effect of the pope's protest to
the kaiser about killing women is not
Capital and Labor
Must Get Together
New York," Oct. 23. " If eapital and
labor do not net toi-nther In the right
'spirit, America's future is doomed,"
I (lectured John D. Rockefeller, Jr., in an
"One cannot exist without tho co
operation of the other. To drive this
stupendous fart home to each of these
two forces, nnd to innko each know that
it is but tin) complementary force of
the other and not au antagonistic force,
Is the most vital problem before Am
"I am not so bold as to say that my
'Colorado plan' will be the means of
bringing about this understanding com
pletely, but I hope it may contribute
to this end."
The young oil king denied thnt thn
plan is an attempt to snppbmt the
union, and he reiterated that hnth his
father and himself had always believed
in personal contact between the em
ployer and employe, Hn "aid there must
never be another strike In the Colorado
Fuel In Iron company plants. ,.
"Tho imprudent man reflects on
what he hus said and the prudent msu
on what others say.