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2 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 25, 1920.
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I Fall Hats
r IIS srason s styles in head
wear are not confined to one
B certain shape or size, but
allows the gentleman to choose
his hat according to his contour
and as a result he will be better
B pleased with his appearance.
A broad latitude of choice is here
B awaiting you in selective hats of
imported and domestic fabrics of
the highest quality
Dedication Ceremonies for Ex
pended Route Take Piace
' lK'VKK. lug The National
I '.i r ! -t n-I'o rk highway, extending 4500
miles through cloven national parks
In nine western ntt .n dedicated
,i,d till h i .1' in i). l here li;.iu .
Btephan T, Mather, director. of Lhc
patlonal park service, nnd olflelnls of
tin Null., ii. il I ' i r It - to-1 'a i K Highway
WSOClfltlOn pai liripaii'il In the dodlca
rton, with officials of the American
Immediately following the dedica
tion, the officials planned to Start In
twenty-five automobiles for h toui
he highway, which Is Expected to tast
for sixty days.
Parts of nine transc ontinental roatia
rnd motor roods connecting them are
Included in I lie enlc h:,-',v . The
piithfimttnK trip was conducted ! A.
I, Westgard of Washington, v nut for
t lie American Automobile association'
Mcr- than 600 cities and towns are On
The Itinerary of the first official
tOUl curries the party Into the Rocky
.Mountain National park In Colorado
Oil the first day. They will visit Yel
lowstone Park in Wyoming, Ql icier
pi ik in Montana, paae through Idaho
the wej Iti Rainier National park
in Washington, travel through Micron
to Crater Lake park, visit Lassen peak,
Yosemlte, General Qranl ami itoose
selt pinks In California, Circle through
Arizona to the Grand Canon and Or OCX
ft corner of New Mexico to reach the
Meaa Verde cliff dwellers' ruins in
Good roads meeting! arc to lie ad
dressed by members of the part ai
(Jasper and Coly, Wyo. ; Livingston
Great Kails and Kallsjpell Montana;
Rathdrum, Idaho; Spokane, Wenat
chee and Seattle, Washington; r..ri
land. Albany, Bugn and Medford,
Oregon; Redding, Maryavllie, Sacra
mento. Sa.n Francisco, Fresno, Bakers
field. Los Angeles. San Bernardino and
Needles. California: Flagets.fr, Ari
sonu; Gallup New Mexico and Moul
der. Fort Collins. Colorodo BprlngS,
Pueblo nnd Durango, Colorado.
A convention or the National Park-to-Park
Highway association In Den-
vcr Is planned after the eud of the
tour, probably In November,
included in the party are Director
Mother, Mr. YV.v.r. , t; Holm, s
and L L Newton of t'ody, Wyoming,
Forestry Conference Hears Ex
planation by Pulp Wood
NEW LONDON, N. H.. Aug:. 25.
BdWard Beck, of Montreal, Secretary
"t the Canadian Pulp an 1 I'aper as
sociation, !I1 a forestry conference
here today 'hat the question of remov
ing: restrictions upon the exportation
of pulpwood from the crown lands of
Canada to the United States, was one i
for judicial determination rather than
for political notation.
The conference was held under the
auspice of the Society for the Protec
tion of New Hampshire forests, and
was .ittended by forestry experts and i
paper makers from the United States
and Canada. Mr. Beck was Invited to
present Canada's side of the pulp
wood controversy, brought to notice
by the passage in congress of the Un-J
I derwood resolution, culling for an
American commission to visit Canada,
with the view to obtaining the re-
moval restrictions on pulpwood ex-
Mr Beck declared 'hat Canada had
no reason to avoid Inquiry Into the
"f Its timber laws by any Im
partial tribunal. He wild It was not true
lh.it the present shortago of printing
i pet In the United Btates was charge-
able to the Canadian timber regula
tions, but that it w.is due to world
wide conditions, aggravated by the
"Inordinate use of paper by both Amer
Ican and Canadian publishers." He de
clared that free access to Canada's
pulpwood would not give American
P ul. Ushers cheaper or more abundant
paper, as hail been claimed.
Mr Beck asserted thai the Canadian
pulpwood restrictions did not apply
to privately owned lands from which
more than l.O'Mi.Onn cords of pulp
VOOd were annually exported to the
United Sines. In addition, he said
Canada exports nearly t. 00.000 tons of
pulp, about fiT.o.ooo tons of paper to
the United States every year, compris
ing approximately one-ninth of the
I American pulp consumption and onc
thlid of all the newsprint pupercon
sumcd in or exported from the united
Restrictions on the exports of pulp- '
Scot! Leavltt. Great Falls. Mont.; F
J Chamberlain and Harry N. Bur-,
bens, of Denver.
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1, KdCJea Buldg. No extra charge.
PRINCE TOILS T0
Heir to Rumanian Throne Is
Confident His Country Will
NEW VuHK, Aug. 25. With s
i slight show of emotion. Prince Carol
of itumanla. In an Interview last night,
1 ret. rrcd to bis marriage to twenty
r -oll . titleless, dowerless Mme.
Zizl Clambnno. nnd the .Tubsr-iuent
annulmehl by his royal parent?.
I do not care to brine up past sor
row," he said, "tho Incident is closed
nnd 1 only look forward to the dla
, cl.a ic 'if my duties as crow n prince
j of Rumania and heir to the throne."
I'pon his return to Rumania, he
sa'd. he would rejoin the army and as
ISUme command of bis old mountoln
i-glment and work with all his energy
for the future prosperity of his coun
! ti v .
IM s LOXGKR ISIT
My present visit to the I'nlted
31 ites Is onl an Informul and unof
ficial one," lie said, "but I intend to
pay nn official and longer Islt some
1 t'.mc later, probably with the o,uoen
I next spring.
"1 am very much Impressed by the
i e.mtv and charm of thi American
women; the tall buildings, they are
I wonderful. 1
oui prohibition seems tu be work
i ln well but In my country where we
I drink light wines anl beer in modest
quantities there is no need of prohi
bition. "I have seen with great pleasure
that Rumania ha many friends In
thp I'nlted States, and I am convinced
that It would have many more If the
country and conditions at home were
b it. r known here. All Rumanians
have kept in their hearts most grate
lul remembrances of the admirable
; work done hv the American lien Cross
end the Anu rli an relief 'mission.'
The prince said that since peace had
c-'ine. Rumania's population had
grown from seven and one half mil
lions to nearly 20.000,000.
VI ION IB m U Mi
"But that Is not nil," he continued
"We must now work to bring back Its
vialth. Economically our country has'
suffered heavily from the war. Every
thing the enemy desired he took, from
locomotives to the last shirt on the
peasant's back. It Im the peasants who
have suffered and the peasants are
tht principal part of our population.
It Rumania nearly every peasant Is a
l nd owner nnd thus we have Insured 1
Interior political stability With this
condition. Bolshevsm and other perni
cious nodal dnctyncs cun not gain S
Cilp on my people. It was a fine evi
dence of social and national solidarity
when our rich land owncis gave .up
tin Ir ground to the peasants. Here, j
us always, the example was first set
by tho king."
The prince said Rumania has so;
many natural products that it would
soon become one of th- richest coun-
tries in Europe.
wood from the crown lands, he de
clared, were brought about solely by
the desire to conserve the pulpwood
resource! nd utilize their products for
the up-bullding uf thr pulp and paper
Industries within the Canadian prov-,
Inces. and with no intent to Injure
snow s REAL lssi E.
( "The real question at Issue,' he
said, "Is not whether this materi.il
shall be available for the use of Amer
ican publishers, but whether the mn- 1
terlal i ut from these lands shall go In
the forin of raw pulpwood to rhc
United States, or shall be put through
at least one stage of manufacture In
Canada," So far as Canada's pulpwood
Is being cut. B high perc-ntage of It
already was going to the United state
In one form or another. "Without a
very heavy increase In the rate of cur -t'nr.
Involving the early destruction of'
the supply, no relief to American pub
Ushers from this means would he Im-'
possible' said Mr. Beck. Quebec s
pulpwood Is now being consumed at
the rate of over 1.000,000 cords a year,
and the het informed expert opinion
estimated the resources of that pro- :
vlncr would last not more than fifty
years at the present rate of consump
tion, said tho speaker, who declared
that Quebec's forests already are
threatened with early exhaustion.
Canadr 's great need today, said Mr. I
Beck, like that of the New England
states. Is for the Inauguration of a
reforestation policy that will Insure .1 1
j permanent supply of timber for her I
; oodconsumlng Industries Without it. i
i he predicted the same fate for the
Canadian pulp and paper Industry
that 1 now threatening the Amerl- ,
can To open the crown lands at this,
time to unrestricted exploitation, he
said, would only hasten such a condi
tion nnd In the end benefit nobody.
DANCING MASTERS FIGHT
METHODIST CHURCH BAM
NEW YORK. Aug. 21 The Ameri
Can National Association Of Lancing 1
Masters whlcb yesterday called on the
MatllOdlaJ church to improve and not
hamper the dance, today added anoth
er plea for "liberalisation."
, After hearing n statement bv Miss
Edna L. Shaw of Wichita. Kan., thaf I
US bad 1" i 'i denied membership in
' the First Methodist Episcopal church
because she was a dancing teacher, the
association's executive hoard adopted
,a regulation tircing ' the amusement
profession to fight this narrov minded
policy which II not the one laid down
by John Wesley."
Churches, as week day recreation
centers, were advocated by Mrs. John
Francis Vawger, general federation I
secretary of the New York Federation
of .Women's ciubs. She spoke In behal'
of tb women's clubs of the countr
supporting the dancing teachers In
their efforts to improve music and th :
AMERICAN TEAM WINS ITS
HEAT IN ANTWERP SWIM
ANTWERP. Aug 2S. The Amerl-'
can team won !ta heat In the 600
metre Olympic relay swimming rare
here today in 10 minutes. 20 2-5 sec
onds. The men composing the team
are- Perry McGilllvray. Illinois A.
C. Norman Rosa. Illinois A. C. P ,
Kealoha. Honolulu and Duke Kahan- I
Besides the American four, the
teams of Aus'.ralla. Sweden. England
and Italy qualified for the finals.
Big -Tat" Mclntyre in the
Rev Beach special. "Too Fat
to Fight." at the Lyceum to
day only. Coming tomorrow
Virginia Pearson in "Impossi
ble Catherine." (First run in
J ! MfcsTMM III MlllssjyjMn
I Now the whole family can gp I I
J out on a Summer evening I I
nPHE women should cer- they're beginning; to insist
I L tainly be thankful for the on knowing what they are
automobile. It has given getting. I
I them a chance to see a lot I
more of their husbands. And the more they insist'
the better it will be for us.
But it has done a great
deal more than that. Wc want our customers ,
seictynurt,n"ac- to know what they are
ZTl0TralTs It has brought people closer getting,
in sandy or hiiiy coun- together, given them new
try, wherever the yomc '
hTxThcavyThe interests, swept away old That's why wc represent
U. S. Nobby. J
For ordinary country prejudices. Ui S. Tires so there will be
L roods The U. S. Chnin , - , .
I orusco. TX7, , no doubt about it.
For front wheels What affects one man now
i brrrtuits- generally affects a good many Whatever the size of your
overru re-u. s. 0f his neighbors in the same Car, you know that the U. S.
Royal Cords. ' J
miir Wy. And they have a better Tire you put on it is the best
"Wif 1H chance t0 get t0Scther a kind of tiro its makers know
wM4WsW) taik things ovcr hw to make- -,,1
rStSr & U. S. Tires are guaranteed
tOi li CORD -MBtt-QVM-VSaO -PtAU r . rf0 vi, Tr
It's had its effect on the for llfe without any fan
tire business. tation of mileage.
When automobiles were That ought to mean some
new people were willing to thing to the man who has
buy any kind of a tire. Nov thought about tires. I
United States Tires H
BURROWb AUTO COMPANY
ICHEESMAN AUTO COMPANY
BINFORD KIMBALL MOTOR COMPANY
JNTERMOUNTAIN VULCANIZING SHOP jm
KIDNAPER OF AMERICANS
OFFERS TO SURRENDER
WASHINGTON. Aug. 25- The Amor
lean ciubaiF at Mexico City advisor
the fi;ite department today that the
Mexican foreign office had confirmed a
report that Pedro Zaniora, the band):
leader, who kidnaped a number of
Vmerlran? and a British subject at
Cttsls, state of Jalisco, had offered to
Neftotinf ions io ihat end are to be
bejrun at once, the embassy was In
formed The Mexican foreign office said thi..
action should remove apprehension a
to the safety of the captives.
ENTIRE SPANISH VILLAGE
IS MOVING TO AMERICA
MAI'RID. Auc 25. Every' man in
the vlluge of Huertn 1'elayoy. in the
province of Uuadalnra. has derided to
mlirr.itp to the United Slatrs. accord
In to Pedro Matrlnz Embll. the town
clerk, who appeared at the American
consulate today with twenty-five com
panions to secure rises for passports.!
The number of emigrants from every;
village and township of the provlncsl
of Salamanca Is Increasing dally, be-'
cause of strikes In the mlntnr districts.
CA .wisy6 bTlans
X-i1& SJ Hot water
bj FOR INDIGESTION
'COLLISION IN HEAVENS
RESULTS IN NEW STAR
VALLBJO, Cel., Aug. 25. The new
star In the constellation Cygnus, re
portcd -ostcrd.( ihrough Harvard oh
' servatory, was caused b n collision
In the iieswens between a large comet
land a comparatively dim sun, accord -ling
to information which Captain
Thomas J. J. Sec of the nuvul obscrva
J tory at Man- Island, announ' ed today
he had received from ProfwKr
'Charles C. t'onroy of Los Angeles
The star forms a corner of the
parallelogram 'f -Mplia. it.imm.i -i I
Uelta Cygnl. Captain See said he hal
been adx lsed. At present, it is of the
SSOOnd magnitude and the mugnllude
: may be expected to Increase for sev
eral days, but will die down in th
course of a few months, he reported-
OHIO AND MINNESOTA TIE
IN CIVILIAN GUN EVENT
CAMP PERRY. O.. Aug. 25. The
hio and Minnesota civilian shotgun
tc:.ms tied for first place in the team
match at the National Rifle tourua
nrnt with scorns of 211 each, out of
a possible 250 birds The other teams
entered scored as follows:
Kanass 204, YVaMhtngton 204. I'onn
slvunla 202. Nebraska 19. Kentucky
114; Alabama 191; California 10;
Missouri 1(1; Mississippi 13. Illinois
124 and Oklahoma 132.
The national pistol team match'
opened today with thlrty-slx teams of
five men each entsred.
The aerial match is attracting much
attention as It is the first time In the
history of the national matches that'
mr.chlne guns hse been In action
from an airplane.
Big "Fat" Mclntyre in the
Rex Beach special, "Too Fat
to Fight," at the Lyceum to
day only. Coming tomorrow
Virginia Pearson in "Impossi
ble Catherine." (First run ii
BERLIN POLICE HUNT
BURGLARS IN SQUADS
BBRUNj Aug. 25. Police are no
longer able to cope single-handed or
In pairs with burglars and hold-up
Iroen who have been conducting a
thriving business here, and nro now
'proceeding against the outlaws in
!s4u-tds. With each squad arc police
leturdeg night one hundred police
officers and forty-two plain clothes
!mn with twenty-six dogs ralde-l n'
grove at Krledrlchshnln. Three hun-,
ired suspects were rounded up. There,
was a wild scramble throng;: the park
shrubbery but the dogs promptlyl
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