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FORTY-SECONP YEAR NO. 71.
SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1919.
PRICE TWO CENTS
AT A 1 M
fr " .mm I i i i
Life.- , .J- J - .-. , AVV
FUTURE OF GERM
Action Of Soviet Congress
May Make Or Destroy
.1 i vjbin iiuivi
Government Ready To Grant $
By Ed L. Keen V
Paris. April H. This is "dcr tag" 011
wuioh tln fill u i o of Ccnnuiiv may be,
dc-ided. " I
Ad v in's from licriiinny uiul neutral
ei,.nrs iiulic:itc the question of wheth
er licrmtiiiv is to continue its present
form of government Of embrace bolslni-vi.-m
hinges largely on the uition of the
suict congress, vttik'h opens ill Berlin'
.today. Tin1 Hi hoidcniuuii ministry lias
grunted fuithi'i' concessions to the rndi- j
csls, lint is loiirosontcd us determined!
to resist with nil the force, at its dis- j
po-:il liny further political em loachment
oti ils powers, j
Spartacans Undecided. '
While announcing forin;:l acceptance
of l ho plan for ostublishiuent of n na
tiuiinl soviet as the third brunch of the
lo-islntive department, the government
was completing its preparations tinder
W'i.r Minister 'osl:o for meeting forte'
Willi force. Every military precaution,
ncording to tlie It. test dispatches, ha
been taken, b::th in Berlin uud Weimar.
The Spartaians while laying plans
oiil. last iiio.mIIi for n third revolu
tion, wore divided as to whether the
uprising should be ntngod the first week
in April or should I
otter the soviet inii);ress when it was
expected the less extreme radicals
ttii'.HiK the workers would be brought to
the proper triune ot mind for
Since that time certain developments
imve had their influence on the. Hnar-
tacans schemes. The tcueral strike
Juns spreadi,,,. 'to all parts of tho conn-
ti us seized upon us the menus for
d-'centralizing ,h, government '. mili-
tui, precauuous As result, the Spar-
j . , . . ,
" "L cnMiig out si
HMiltaneously throughtint (iorinanv. has
Ooveminent Ready to Act. ' n ,,,c "ruu? ,0, BU'"
... , , J . nig betiveon the nver bank iui1 front
Spurtacau leaders, necordiug to the sireet.
liest available inforniation, hope " ' 20-Foot Eoad Proposed,
through the influence of their agents W,,.,t those interested in Mintn isl
iii (..day H iiie.'ting to inllaine the work- all,i wanted ns that a 20-foot roadway
i'.!' unit wold all factious into a sintrle i. i,.rt fi, it,., ,.r T,,i n,
rii,.,:(,y fr , overthrow of Presi-
: " "l" "cuemuiann.
i no government apparently Ims
so. unl an attitude of "hands off" to-
W'ii.1 the soviet congress, until nolitionl
iii.v (leveiops if it
mo h iieveiopc-tinii tlien .Noskc will
Mi ike quickly and with eveiy force at
ii p ii in m't iii
ti. -:.7V . n , ,
- i,.,,. i ,,i ce . i , r
, , ' ' " ,-",,;.t 0,1 ''n)- roadway over liellevnue street and that
oiront snco '' fn ('t'1"'. Ap.;,l,ey had been using the foot of Mission
larent success of the new soviet revolu-, street as a private ferry. It was con-
........ .., o ,s ...vpectei. to neancn.te. .1 by friends of the pauer mill that tii,-t, l;. miles ii still the limit, with
rue . pauacans Jthe Minto interests could haul gravel the ce-ioniaiv 10 miles while passing a
No confirm.,!!,,,, baa been received of either over the privr.te landinu at the mhm lu.use,'p:0'. iding school is in is
the iiimors of a counter revolution m Umt of Mission street, or use Bellovuc. ,:
Hungary and diipi.tthos from B,tdi.Pest,!n was also brought out that a sand and The legislrture mnd.i 30 miles an hour
ft.edyeilfr.foy, nation 1,0 ,"iu,im' l,0" the legal fpced limit in the country.
ri' i"'"'11' ' , fUnlmucd on page, three) The city fathers thought Halem should
jliae up wit:i the i.igi'r towns and allow
srv in 'a travel of 25 n il-k an hour when away
DULL CARE r LllS PLAY BALL''c,i,''''dl oniZy
meant 'M miles t,( the driver in a hurry.
I Car Paasengera Protected.
. ordinance takes up the mat-
PINSK, MINSK, DVINSK FOEOOT p'xpect the home team to grab off the tor of passing street enri somewhat dif
TEN, ALSO BOLSHEVIK BABE- honors this year on account of the big feieut than ihe old. Of course in pass
3 ALL IS KING OF COAST TODAY., improvements made in tenui personnel ing street car going in the same di
. and this has already lisvelopeoi that tection as the auto, tho drive must stop
Sau Franci-co, April 8. Whether tlie
bol.hcviki sot u,i a new government in
, ' ' ' . ' . , j
uy roaster or i insa. jihisk unu uvinsic
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m.t..,. f-',,.it r .i
piiiJ t . -Z tiT. l - ' oeen wont to induce in a lot of grand -automobile uiuit come to a fuU stop op-
,J i iZT.Z I mV T0h,e. 0f?n "iticism of their own pluj!p;,c Uie car, and tlfen start ahe.d
ing of the ( oust .eague eclipse, all other;and ,aurt 0(,po9ill)j u.amt But thif ycariwid ration.
occurrences. Instead of scanning the tll0y are petting the Meals. At the infection of Commercial
....... ,,-.., .m u.c. .... tuy ..iu.nuu
jseasun nas drawn twice tlie usual at-.Htate, the new ordinance will require
ing to tlie sport pege to eagerly devour tendance. The opening of the park I additional caution. T0 be on tho safe
tlio doiN-. gi tes at Los Angeles, Hau Prancisco.i side, the driver of an automobile or any
",. u , i , , urowln- Sacramento and Suit Lake today, league; motor vehicle might remember never to
With eight clubs ro,.r so p.-y Wy,ingnnti! are ecrtain will mark record ' nam a street car while passenger, arc
the circuit is b:gg,T than ever, and the broking opening day attendance. igotting on or off. If the auto is going
return of young men from tha army "lt's the 'blowoff after the months the opposite direction of the street car,
moans that the play will be up to the'uf anxiety and the call after call fori the g,p nefA hfk for but , n,0lncnt.
ol.l A A slandnrd a standard that old financial aid to worthy causes." said: Book and magazine canvassers 'may
tin..' pUyen have not Ueu able to up-iUn old fan when asked as to the py-!d0 well to interview the chief of police
farm At'. ... S I. . 1(4 1 AA 'it . . . .
a..., iu m.- i"u irau
years or base bad juat ended. 1
There is not a club entered this sea-
Aii but could easily have won cham-j
ptoasuips in IHi7 and l'Jls. And every.
One o.' those teams will be further
opens when stellar p
arti i ite, arc released.
after the season!
(.vers, still hi thai
Every city's fans'
ICE IN CAPITAL T
i . i
WHsan And Uoydeorge,
r .1 r f ' 1
To Coiifer This Afternoon
By Lowell MeUett
(I'nited Press Staff CoreflKind-
Paris, April 8 Premier Lloyd j
OeorTO, entirely recovered from j
his told, will confer with Presi-
dent Wilson at 3 o'clock this
In order to make the appoint
ment, the vwiier suddenly de
ferred' his scheduled speech to
correspondents from three to six
p. in. This incident was regard
ed as deeply significant in view
of gMeulation as to whether his
sneeoli will reveal any align
ment with the presideut or oth
USE OF TRADtSTMET
HALTS WORK ON MILL
Minto Interests Voice Protest
In Council Against Closing
Through the efforts of those lining
up with the Mi ii to interests, on the
chlim that .giving the foot ot irnde
street to the new pnper mill would ren
der valueless the gravel on lliiito i al
and, n0 progress was made by the cily
'as evening in making con
cessions inav wonia inuuce me paper
mill interests to locate in Halem. '
In fact, there was an antagonistic
feelinv towards the minor mill unit it
waa ,))l(r(1lt tlat t It id feeling was all
backed en the proposition that the gra
vel on Minto island was worth more fo
the city than the building of a $."U0,0UU
. , .
,,,, ml ,
led thut the
SIinto h-i.l not i
J u tX,
used Trade street for 1j
hauling grnyer, aim met only
umiiiH 1 1 1 1 iani in jrum jiiiu lnu m l
t., in ,o,liy U)ul 1910 hauied a little
V.i .... m.i ti.. i . -i k. ...
? l f' M '
rivor ir..,lk wtiic-H would practicnll gop
aratc the 8uauldine Drouertv from that
aratc the 8paulding property from
ot tlie proposed paper mill, 'iins t lie;
panor mill neoule om.osed as it is their
;i,.(inn ne i,ii.i: i,;i. ,u..i .i
."K ........ .......
probably a flume across this land, and
this could not be done with a 3U foot
alley or roudwav through this land.
. . .... ....
1,1 ,l" Oiscussion. it deveiope,! tliat
partiHsn interest in tlie leuijoe mat
, ",",lor, " "nriai success ana
Irnpiifrl nPniawla if a-ilil.ABd.l v.lli.., f , nm 1
" . . " .t."..w
'It's the Blovoff.'
oau t raucisco funs, for instance, have
tvery exhibition game in the training
cliDlocv or the Old irauie s cillick come-
ba.k. 'Baseball always will be Amer
lea', Bttiont game."
Where They Play.
Seattla versus San Ftancs o, at
(Continued on (age six.)
first Step Toward
Kims With Hungary And
Russia Is Seex
HOLD THROUGH BAVARIA
iEeirin TremMiag In Fear Of
What Soviet Congress
May Decide To Do.
By Frauk J. Taylor
(United Proi-i i-iuil Correspondent.)
ISerlin, April 7. The first step iu
uniting Germany with Hungary and
Kussia under bolshevism is believed to
have been accomplished through estab
lishment of a proletariat dictatorship
The latest ndvie.os here today report
ed tho new soviet n'overnir.ent of 11a
vnria firmly enseonded in the former
palace of tho AVittelsbach dynasty. The
cnnniiiiists thus have a foothold with
in (ieriuany Itself. Prom there the
proinvniidizntion of the rest of the
country is expected to be undertaken
BorUn Fears Rc3ult.
Berlin is trembling in fear of what
tomorrow (Tuesday) may bring forth,
when the national soviet congress bo
gim its initial meelints here. Tho gov
ernment expi 'sued confidence iu the
(Continued on page six.)
Peace Treaty Nearly Ready
Fifteen Miles Allowed Autos
In Fire Limits 25 In Other
After managing to get along without
city ordini.nc regulating the speed of
travel, tlie city ot MUem is now sale
iml tho speed luiuiiac. is
Li.,..;.... c... ...
'..' " .r . ' .l
able, as tho cily council
ut us meeting last evening passoa
;,.,.,! ordinance, which had bei
ale 1 by tho lust legislature.
As the ordinance now stands it is
practically the atiniu as the old ordi
nance, excepting inai now it win no
iBai t() Rli(le a(111(, nt the rate of 23
,ik,, hoUr in tlu. fity oulsilU, of th,
f;ro mlU. l,(1BU ; fa business dis '
car while the street car is taking
or unloading paaongor.
Tho new ordinance now provides that
in passing a stn ( ear headed in the
opposiio uirecuon sun tasing on or un-
I loading passengers, liio driver of the
t aim ntato streets and at High andl
oefore workiiur Ihn inn n. The ordinaiier
ame up for final reading and passr.ee
last evening requiring a license for such
of 50 cents for one day. 1 for one
week, $2 for one month, :i for three
months, $4 for six months, and for
Alderman Yaaderrort was
(Continued en page three)
Washington, April S. Aroused l.r the! London, April 8. A news age:y
small number of men volunteering fr ! diiw.eh from BudaPest relayed by way
., . ,., . iof Copenhagen announced today that
the armv, the war nepartntwit ii mup- ; .
. General Smuts, special envov oi tae al-
piug out a-nation-wide recruiting e-m-. lioSf h ,ubmitted the following pro
paijrn to get a 50O.W0 pem-a force. Iposuls U the Uungariau soviet govern
Already over 12'H recruitiug stationa aaent:
have been opened. Kevruiting offieera! Wit udtawal of Huugariau troops west
are being sent today to earn of the 50 vt an eatablished line,
major stutions to start intensive cam-j Rumanian troops to rtiuiain in their
paigns in turroundiug drstiiets. present poaitioua.
After a month's recruiting Kss than I Territory betweeu tho two armies to
3000 have been signed up. These were
obtained at recruit ing ststious in the
various demobilization ramps.
Spectacular features will be intro
duced to get recruits. An armored train
mounted with heavv guns Will be takeu
to a number f cities. Huudreds of
soldiers who saw aorvico iu rrc-nre will
be scattered throughout Ihe country to
Those volunteevina fur three years !
are promised either service in Prance or ,
ono of the training
camps at home. One year enlistments
are being accepted for home service.
Sesrch On For Portland Man I
Accused Of Theft Of $2,513 j
Portland. Ore., April X- Thomas P.
MeGuire is a fugitive from justice. He i
failed to return to work as teller la the
cashier's office of the Portland Rail
way Light and Power Coniiany yes-
t'lilay and the company claims he ah-
seomided with $L',.l.t..'10 when he tin- hihlv on their soldierly appearance.
Ished work Saturday. j IiHter in rol,versation with Colonel
It is believed MeGuire started for , Woolpert he remarked that Company M
Canada, his former home, immedititely I Wllg r,.a!v a fine connmnv.
after quitting work Saturday after- Ooiiorui Mar will organize the Oregon
noon, lie has boon charged with em- National (luuid as far south as tho Cali
lHv.zloinont. , , , ; I forma line. He stated that within a
I short time ho hoped that all companion
Ptepnrutions have been made by the'f ,10 Oregon National thmrd would
Wa.-I.iiiglon state highway commission 0 ,,:, ,.miplete e(iiipment tuclud
In open bids for paving June t, amount- ing Vverrthing that is included in the
ing to $1,075,000. regular nrniy. -
IKgh Bi itM Offical Says Pact
Vi;l Ee Acceptable To
By Carl D. Groat
(I'nited Puss- btalt Correspondent.)
Paris, April 8. President Wilson will
pai'ticipute iu tho "big four" moolin
this afternoon when the question of re
apousibility for the war is considered.
The. morning session was devoted to
discussion of procedure designed to
.speed up the conference.
The president has practically recov
ered from his serious cold. Hn sat up
yesterday evening and dined with Mrs.
The action of the president in order
ing the steamer George Washington to
Brest has caused widespread specula
tion. At first, it was boliored ho in
tended the order as notification to his
colleagues thut he was through with
needless delays. It was suggested in
sumo quarters today, however, that the
president really in confident ths Anglo
I'Vench prediction of an "L'sster
peace" will como true and that ho is
only preparing for a quick return to tho
United Mtalrs in case the treaty is sign
ed within the next two weeks.
Treaty Nearly Completed.
Paris, April 8. Pence makln is prar
ttieally completed, a high British offi
cial told the United Plena today.
"It will be a pes.-e bota the bolshe
vikj and the reactionaries probably will
regard as acceptable. "
The official added that complete
agreement practically has been tccom
plislied in the matter of reparations, the
Ilhine territory aud permanent disposi
tion of Danzig.
Premier Lloyd Gcotge, who wits to
make a statement to the correspondents
Into yesterday, was confined t0 his bed
with a cold.
.LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS
New York, April 8. Liberty
tb'a, S9.12, up .10; first 4's, fl3.40. off
.10: second 4's, 9S.76, off .02; first
, 's. 9.').fi0, up .10; second 414 93.78,
off .04; third 4's. 8.72, off .02; four'. ,
800 BENTEBt OUSTED I
New York, April 8. Eviction of 300
families from their flats in the Bronx
is to start this week, according to court I . -
orders signed by Justice Botbltzek. The '
evictions were asked for by the land- If girl jest knew for sure (die look
lords because ths tennanU refused t ed nil right wonldn't it save her a lot
oar rent Increases, o' trouble! Th' hardest thing is t'
One case cited ia court was from 18 think someihin' t' write on a pie
to $30 a month, urt pasial cerd.
be neutralized and occupied by entente
Acceptance of HuuRary of ttic mili
tary convention which Hungary accept
ed from tho allies in Novemcrr, ii.v
liaising of the economic blockade of
;Fcar Companies Wil Have
Ufl1 J,--!.-- Uara C.HU
Ntloin is to be made battalion head
quarters for the Oregon National Guard
according to an announcement mniie at
an inspection of Company M held by
Adjutant Genen,l Mav last evening at
The Imtalliou which is to have its
hendquarters in Salem will include
CoinittiiiT M of Salem, Company L of
Pallas and Independence; Company I of
V ll.... u.,.l UJ.'avl... n.l l'i..,.,.,-.,,v
A from McMinnvilie.
General Mav inspected ne novs of
! Conmanv M and complimented Inein
CONGRESS ONLY HOPE
OF AIM FORCES
Legislative Action Sole Means
Of Blocking Prohibtion
Washington, April H. Only congres
sional action ran keep the country from
going dry under war time prohibition
Inly I it wns believed in official cir
eles here today.
Thorn is no likelihood, it was official
ly stated, that the president will ros
eiid kis proclamation putting prohibition
into effect duly 1 sb the law on this
point provides that the nation shall lie
dry uutil demobilization is complete.
The only hope of the ' wets' there
fore, is to havi a special session of con
gress pass legislation declnring that tho
war emergency is over and authorizing
the recall of the proclamation. But it
is doubtful if there will be a sufficient
majority in congress in view of the re
cent ratification of the constitutional
amendmeat to pass the rescinding leg
islation. Abe Martin
, . r- 1 yJ
1 , w f.l rv m
FOR 1919 ESTIMATED
Frank W. Wcohvorth, Owner
Of Chain Of Stores, Is Dead
New York, April K. Prank W.
Woolworth, owner of the Wool worth
building and of a chain of five and
ten cent stores, died at his home today
at Glen Cove, L. I.
Woolworth, who as (17 yfars old,
had been ill for seveial months. The
extent cf his fortune is unknown, but
the Woolworth company was capital
ized tt ti".000,00t) ami operated Hot)
stores. He artod hiisine life as a
salesman at $ n wink.
At the time of his death, those at
the bedside including hi brother,
Sumner Voolwotth Scranton, Pa., and
his two daughters. Mis. Helena Mc
Ciitin and Jessie Donahue.
Booze And Gadire Mixed
ReaVt, Four Men Injured
Portlnnd, Ore.. April 8. Four men
were seriously injured aiul an automo
bile was wrecked yosterdny afternoon
when the simchino crashed into an iron
lolo on the approach to the Broadway
1. O. Edwards, who was later arrest
cd on a charge of driving an automobile
while intoxicated wns trying to eludo
traffis cops when ho rnn the machino
into the pole. The jammed speedo
meter shows the car had boon going
40 miles an hour.
E. E. Mcltonnld one of the four oc
cupants, was hurled out of the machine
and over th" railing of tho bridge ap
proach. He dropped fifty feet to the
ground, which, fortunately, happened
to be soft mud. He is expected to re
cover. The other ' occupants of the
machine were K. I.. McDonald and .1.
H. .Tnynes. All were taken to a hos
pital.. ESCAPED SINN FEINER DEAD
Limerick, April 8. Hubert Bymo, the
fiinn Fein hnntfer striker, who was re-
cued from a hospital near here after n
desperate fight, died from a bullet
wound in a hiding place In county Clurc,
it was learned today,
POLAND FEARS ANARCHY
Paris, April 8. -Premier Taderewski,
in a formal statement issued Into yes
terday, hinted that Poland is destined
to face a state of anarchy, if she is
not awarded Danzig and if her original
aspirations regarding corridor to the sea
are not realized.
MICHIGAN STAYS DRY
Detroit, Mich., April 8. Proliibil ion
wns sustained in .Viclilgan, It was indi
cated t.ar'y by ; , sti'i ih.y 's election re
turns, rcpie.w 'iit,ii i e of the entire slate.
Republicans, it wns also indicated,
were given n uniformly heavy mujority.
OLD POLITICS ARE SEEN IN
NEW GERMAN REPUBLIC
Little Change Li Principles Of
Leading Parties, Says
By Fran'r. J. Taylor
(United Pros staff correspondent)
Berlin. Mar. 20, (lty mail) Polit
ical lineups in the first republic! reish
stag, as tho assembly is coming to be
called, hark back to the days of the
old regime unfortunately perhaps.
Parties tand fur practically the same
principles, except that the Catholics
and democrsts have become more lib
eral under pressure, and the radicals
have ticci.nif more vinlent and strong
er. Tho so'inlists who formerly were
the radicals, are now the same in their
demands, hut more conservative in spir
it in relation to the new times, The
conservatives stand pat.
In organization the new reichstog
began much n did the old. Kbcrt, thon
chancellor by farewell appoirtment of
the kaiser, opened tho first session,
and those who did n.it know it already,
soon found that oviTything was work
ed out beforehand in meetings of the
leaders of the go called "citizen coali
tion" of the nociulists, Catholics and
democrats. No delegate needed to do
anything, or say anything, unless his
party's I,ders called him to do so.
Furthermore, none did except the rad
icals who never have lort aa opportu
nity to rnii an uproar.
In the reichstag directory the social
ists have W3 delegates, the Catholics
89 .and the democrats 74, an over
whelming majority in everything- out
noise, wherein the sixty five meurbers
of the two conservative parties are
good, but aro more than out classed
when it comes to a genuine riotous
Federal Bureau Of Es&ites
Places Crop For Year At ,
837,003,000 Bushels. .
INCREASE OF FIFTY PER
CENT OVER 1918 SHOWN
feres Showing Decline h
December Grain Condition
By F.alph 0. Coucli
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Washington, April 8. The Aircriccn
farmer promises to turn put the pret
est winter wheat crop in the history of
Heponding to a call for food f-nm
lintioiiHH devastated by prolonged wor
I the farmer will deliver 8:t7,O00,"tl(
i bushels of wheat at the coming harvest
I according to agricultural department
figures today. . .
' This is an increase of 27R..')51,0Ot
budiels over the estimated ISI8 wheat
I At the guaranteed price cf 2.2d a
I btishel it will yield the farmer not liss
Only floods or drought can spoil tho
crop now, the department stated. The.
fanner has done his part with grain.
conditions ' the highest on record" at
j this time by planting the largest ncre
i age ever planted in this country."
I Crop Near Normal.
I Washington,- April 8. Production cf
la l!ll!) wheat crop of K'I7 000 OOO cush
ions was forecast todny by Ihn United
States bureau of crops es iinntos.
This yield was indicated by the av
erage condition of winter wheat On
April 1, which was 00.8 per cent nor-
mill, against 78. ti a year ugn, tW.4 two
years ago and Vl.'A average, for tho
as' 'ci years.
The crop, two years ago was 412.
Winter whent showed nn Increase n
condition from December 1. 1018, of 1.2
points, as compared with an nveri'i"
decline in the mt ten years of 5.9
Eyo Also Ipmroved.
The average condition of rye an
April I, was O'Ui perron of th rmn!
ngninst K".N a year ago, Kd percent two
yeais ago and hM.li, tun past ton years.
The rye crop forecast was 101,000,
('((I bushels, compared with 80,103,000
Inst year, mid , the nf'frpge crop for
five yours of 44 .fit 7 mill bushels.
An official statement by tho erop
(Continued on page seven)
risi'lis'ag uproar by the 22 ratlicats,
not the Uat of whnin nro three wo
men. Kvca tho radinil males have to
join forces to quiet down the mdrcnl
women when the latter start an anger
But noise niakra little difference ex
copl to delay sprakcf!i and lirittig a
relief in Ihe daily wordy sessions, and
f; r nil the debuting ncfomplishos, jilcro
might as well not bo say reirhstng t'l
geide the ntw Tcpublic, oxei-pt as fjonr
tattles bring out sterols which tho
newspapermen in the nriiu balcony live
for. To judge f-om the domotislrattrns
in the new rHchsta', which resembles
th" o'd in that re-pect, t!nre nerrer
would be enough unit to carry any res
cliition. When the resolution is put lo a eote.
you lenrn otherwise. Pet feet jnrty or
ganization find every delegate cf the
"cilizi'ii coalition'' rising when his
le:ider docs, while the eonscTvati
and Tadal sit in silent dis:igrcemi!nt
So long as party leaders can agree,
(here will ho nit real disputes -mil., in
the republic reuhstag for delegates
not only rcfiis" to be convinfest by
.pecches, liiit for the most ptlrlj s)e
cline to listen in th'm. Looking down
1 upon the dekruutes from aMve givos
you a pittiire cf them nsinjr sessleivs
for a general "chinning" mso, and
an occasion So read books and inwt
papers. How long the present overwhelming
political lineup wi'l endure is hard to
sta'c. Secret will lenk out, and as
they rtma they reveal that alt isnt
harmonious between parties as I ap
pears when the rcichstag votes. )w one
point is there sgrcemcnt, that thers
must be agreement before a question
is put to vete. Tkerefore Ibo prcslsl-
(Cor.Uu.l sa pajc two)