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I " "jp THE OCDF-N STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1919.
I PALMER
1 REVEALS
1 PERFIDY
j . . I
H Tells How Germany
II Confiscated Proper- I
I ties in Rumania.
H KANSAS riTV. Mr . Oct. J. How
If Germany confiscated American property
u In Rumania by compensating the private
I owner "in worthies? stage money" ws
by Attome Gtnetnl rainier to
ll day In an address before the Missoml
Bar association. Extracts from the offi
cial order of General von Markmeon,
commanding of the German forces In
Rumania, carrying out the scheme bj
which practically all mineral nnd all oth
er properties in Rumania owned or con
trolled by the countries at war with Get -man'
were confiscated were read by the
a itorney-peneral These, he said, con
stituted "very striking evidence that
Germany has not told the truth with r.
spect to Uic treatment of American
property
The German government. Mr. Palmer
said, decided to "purchase' what It de
sired to take from Rumania and author
Ixrd lh Issuance of notes by R German
hank which were established as legal
lender by military authority. These
notes as placed in circulation In ox
change for perfectly Rood commoditlei ,
were "secured" by the deposit of German
marks at the relchsbank In Rerlin Hu'.
I lie deposits, the attorne -peneral said,
never left Berlin and the scheme con
templated thiit Rumania should be forced
10 HJ-sumc the nw currency and thus
;ele."e the deposit? to the German pur
hase'5 who made them.
Worthless German Money
' It was In this worthless stupe money,"
Mr Pabnei said, that the consideration
foi Amerluait properties was payable sn'i
s a consequence Germany obtained such
properties for nothing-."
Mr. Palmer recalled that such tran
sactions were expressly ratified in lhj
Ru-lif, rest treaty which Rumania an-
nulled, howevei when ihf changing for
tunes of war made It possible
In view of the treatment of Amcrlcon
property In Rumania and the uncertain
ty as to what "the Germans reafly havu
done to American properties in German:.. '
it was this country's obvious duty when j
the treaty of peace come to be written.
Mr. Palmer sold, to "afford to American j
Interests every protection that cou'o
reasonably be exacted "
The provisions of the treaty he said,
(ruarantced this protection In the fullest
measure.
Beans for the King
BOSTON, Oct. 4 Tans. baited
Boston, stylo, and server! in ROltfeil
pots, will bo on the menu of luncheon
to bo tendered Kinc Albeit nnd Qu-en
Elizabeth of Belgium hero lomoium
Two sold pots have been made Mid
will bo presented to the royal vis lora
after the luncheon They wore fash
ioned after the ordinal" bean y' :'n I
about inches in heipht and aft nut
oiht inches In diameter
King Flies Over N Y.
NEW YORK, Oct. -4. Kiiifr Albert
of the Belgians flew over Nov. York
this morning in a navy bydro-airplane
piloted by Ljeutenanl Commander
Thomas B Hftsner
Y hen the kins alighted ho sa.d en
thusiastically :
"It was a grand spectacle."
oo
When farm' i moves to the city lie
cets a chance to dodec his city relatives.
What a blissful thins love would be If
the Inevitable foolishness could be sepa
rated from It.
1
ROME, Oct 3 Orders thai the
blockade of Fiume be lifted, have been
Issued by (lie government and Italian
authorities in the vicinitj of Plume
Imvc received an order to allow mail
and foodstuffs lo pas Into the city,
according to the Epora. The military,
blockade against the soldiers and
civilians entering the city is all that'
is being enforced, which says the de
cision was taken aftr the government
had examined and discussed a pro
te t l torn fno Flume national council
Steamer Heading for Flume
VENICE,' Oct. 4. The steamer
Prince Hohenlohe. under the inter-1
i
allied flags, with a cargo of foodstuffs
consicned to Pola from this city has
altered its course and Is hcadinc for
Flume, according to the newspaper El
Tempo.
Honor of Powers at Stake.
PARIS, Oct. 4 Dr Milenko Yes j
ni tcli . premier of Jugo-Slavia, says he!
report of the mobilization of the Jugo
Sla arm is without foundation, ac
rordm. in dispatches from Belgrade I
to newspapers here.
"Our cause is so Just we can defend
it without mobilizing one clas3," he Is
reported as saying. "The rights, dig-
hlty and honor of the great powers are
at stake."
Clemenceau Calls for Meeting.
PARIS, Friday, Oct. 1 Premier
Clemenceau has written Colonel E. M
House, a member of the American
poace delegation urging that a meet
injr of the league of nations he held
in Washington under the chairman
ship of President Wilson earlv in No-
ember. The premier s letter which
outlines his reason? for the calling of
such a meeting, was officially pub
llshed today. It was written Septem
ber 4, 1919, and follows in part:
"It seems to me that the first meet
ing of the society of nations in Wash
ington under tho presidency of Mr.
Wilson should be urgently called at
the earliest possible moment. Owing
to the hopes tin? society has caused
to be bome and to facilitate the solu
tion of international problems faeine
all nations, I would suggest the meet
ing be held the first week of the com
ing November and would propose the
invitation of the greatest possible
number of statesman whose names
were associated with tho creation of
the Solrt of Nations. I'mioubted
i i here would be onlv a small amount
Of current business to transact, but
the program would have this capital
advantage: It would put in action the
Society, which still exists only on
paper.
Finally, don't ou think it would be
a great adantace for the ex-officio
members of the Society of Nations to
be enabled to exchange views on the
general direction of the line to be pur
sued? No man Is better qualified thai!
President Wilson to remind the peo
ples at the opening of the first as
sembly that the Society of Nations
will have prestige and influence in
times of peaco onl if it succeeds in
maintaining and developing the fil
ing of international solidarity from
which it was born during the wnr at
the call of Mr Wilson. 1 myself shall
be happy to second him In this task.
( Signed)
"GEORGES CLEMENCEAU."
"P S I have written a similar let
ter to Premier Lloyd George "
ISOVIET GOVERNMENT
IS EXPENSIVE
BUDAPEST. Friday, Jet. 3 'the
city has suddenly become pracnied
with large posters summoning the peo
pie, regardless of race or cr-cd, tc
rally to the monarchy and detnandinc
an immediate meeting of the natinnn
assembly for the purpose of bringin
about a monarchy
The government has Just md.de pub
He figures showing that the eo.'iet -uU
in Hungary cost the country 13 673,
(tOO.OOp crowds
on
It Is esy to understand why a litth
learning Is a dangerous thing rvhen o.
meet a man who thinks he knoa It all.
oo
He who drops a penny In the contribu
tion plate penerall expects a J5 sermor,
in return
A c-lrl Isn't a poem merely becanr hc
IsaVerse to a poet
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It's easy to convince spinsters that M
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