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SEPTEMBER s*. ISM.
Is, MAY ENTER THAR EAST ROW Ufcterican Destroyers Are f Sent Across I A. I. BKAnrORO JHITON, fi'P' " With 1* ,(«M mr*m undar onler* «• [Mrktah walT* and «M In r ,tio» of Amarlcan Inlrr. [|t i that the l'nlt» will play * n Important rola torts ♦«» aatt* tha trouhla. r (Cut prohlam. diction *** mada In an oC rt»r that thla «ovari>m»nt. •uit at Saoratary of Ktata announcamant that tha iIM stand* hark of <h» al rr«*nlinK tha I>a Ida italic*, .two In aandln* mora da i lha wnr araa. would par tha confarane# at Vanloa teat quaatlona. a • • IJC. v*. Sapt. St —Tha U •HarMl by lha navy da ta prooaad aa »oon a* poa ■urklah water* a i* balnr it tha nairy \*r<| hara to ur daah to Conatanttnopla Nn raatlv to *all from Road* within 41 hour*, •la ara to ha aalact*d from I of JO. whlrh participate! r *area off lha Vlrirlnta frtay. ' tha daatrojrara alraadr I loading auppUaa and pro- fK KIN 6 ASKS OUTSIDE HELP plans May Become In ! votved in War BT WEBB MltXm NJUa. Sapt !* —Tha whole of tha j liwr Europe'* tinder boi, threat jMl 'a become embroiled In tha ' MkM ('.reek war. Ona of tha flrat gfcltl acta of Klni lieorge 11. of DMta. who haa replaced tha de aaad Cooatantlna. will bo to go to and personally request aid In defending fire ere H|at the Turk*, according to ua ■MI Information received hara. YVJagnetavta hearkens to tha plaa if tta new Greek king, tb* poaalbU k tha' tha othar two inemtwra o! M Bttl* ententa Kumanla and —would enter tha lists ■pits' tha Turk*, waa fraaly dia -lU* would, according to Interna MM experts. |t*« Bulgaria a pre Ml to go to war and per ha pa alao ■M Ruaata on tha aid* of Turkey. PMunia would b« Influenced to a Mft extant to eoter tha aide of twn la new of tha fact that tha Mkm> Elisabeth. daughter of tha |MB of Eiunaala. la the wlfa of harp* ix. a a a too-Slav Revolt Officially Denied WBSHTNOTON, Sapt. X* —Okta filial Anlal of reports from Ilun -otf at a revolution In Jugn-Slavla asauda at tha Serbian legation to tW-a hara bean no disturbances Mar In Sarbta or la Jugoslavia. It ■la stated officially. OWII JUDGE TO HE AD THE G. A. R. DES MOT NEB. lowa. Bept. Baetlon of Judge J. W. TVillett of TUM. lowa, aa commander In-chief ■Ltbe O. A. R. to tuccMd Gen. Rwi 8. Pllcher. seemed probable [today Jade* Wlllett waa tha only j«aa4M*ta In tha floid and no oppoel ; tina ha* yet developed, j The delegate* to tha national en campment here opened tha business ! tmum at 14 a. m. ' HMd-a election of officer*. eholca ; ft • dtjr tar tha I»JJ encampment t *«» to coma before tha delegate* 1 Itltesuhe* la tha favorite. Paaa .**. Cm).. I* In tha field for 1*24 sxampment. TV great parade yesterday. mark to* the cllmsx of tha encampment, 6"««lght one fatality wot of tha 10.- W blue clad soldiers of 'II. who passed in revtew before Commander Plfeher. Gov. N. E. Kendall and tha Here Established Orsv (1 Tew* Butler Drue Co. SPECIAM* FOR Friday aid Saturday If Better Drug* Were Hold We Would Hell Thern 10c Blsurated n Magnesia O tJ C Four Cake* of OC 'palmoUve H0ap....... &OC 10c Mustard O A Cerate 04C 25c Mustard 4 Q Cerate IOC SOc Ijivorls 37C Mr. Beat Q Peroxide „ OC II 25 K'.lor OT _ h-i< k 37 / C 11.00 Uquld /JQ Arvon Dt/C lie ftlverls Tslo Powder. 1 t/C •0c Odorono 33c 75c fislmsr Pura A A Olive Oil 4afC l*c Pslmollve « Q Hhavlng Cream. . X OC HITLER DRIG CO. Bflffl Corner Hmnfl Hccond Ave. and We rill Mall Orders THE COMMUNITY FUND AND ITS 51 AGENCIES ARE ASKING YOUR SUPPORT. HAVE YOU ANSWERED? THE RISE OF KEMAL PASHA CONSTANTINOPLE. Stpt. It There «r« onjy two partlltli In the Kut today to the i(*rtiuukr ruw of Muatapha Kemal I'aalut from low aatata to tha dictatorship of Turkey In AMa and confidant-* and devotloa of tha whole Turkish people. One la Nlkotal I.enin*. premier of aovlat Huaaia Tha other la Mahatma Muhandas Karamchand Gandhi. In dlan Inaurgent leader now serving a prlaon t«rm for sedition naar Horn bay. And of this triumvirate Kemal. wboee military Victoria* have aroused tha world, la the moat pow erful and rao«t atabla figure, for whlla tha personality of ohandl la Impaired by religious fanaticism and that of l-enlne by political fanatl ctam. that of Kemal la free from both. Tha Turk lah naUonaliat leader waa born In 1111 at Salontkl. Mace donta, then a part of tha Turkiah empire—a aactlon whara almoat every progreaaivs movement la Turkiah polltlra had Ita Inception. Early fn Ufa Kemal aalactad a mil itary career. At IS ha enured a military academy at Monaatlr, Mace donia. lie completed hla military education at tha Imperial War eel laga Constat.uncple. and entered tha Turkiah army. He waa elevated to lha rank at captain. Tha yt>ung officer waa deeply In tereeted In poHttas and waa antago nlstlo to tha reactionary regime of Hottan Abdul Hamld. than la power. Kemal became an active supporter of tha t'nlon of Procreos (Young Turk party! and sooa waa a leader la tha movement. Later Kama) becam* convinced ttiat thl* movement »ind#r tha l*ad ershlp of F.n**r P»*ha would b* II put commander* of tha O. A. H M. J. Mackmhauanti) of Whit* Bear Lake, Minn., who had Joked with children ail alone tha Una of march, dropped daad within to faat of tha reviewing atand. "Tha government which you res cued from treaaon thru tha shot and •hall and *ab*r atroke of war la tha beat government among man." Oov Kendall told a hug* thronar of Orand Army men at tha rampftrs laat night. From Main* to California, from the Oraat UkM to tha Oulf of M*x |co. th* veteran* In blue and tha vet erans In gray ara unanimously com mitted to the proposition that thla la a single commonwealth, with a single flag and a single destiny. "Thla la your contribution to tha happineaa of humanity, to Lh* wel fare of th* world." other speaker* were Commander Pllcher. Hanford MacNlder. com mander of tha American Iysglnn, and Corporal Jama* Tanner, past com mander of tha Q. A. TC KEMAL DEFIANT IN HIS ANSWER LONDON. Rept. 21. The British cabinet, faced with the almost open defiance of Mustapha Kemal to the allied ultimatum that th* Turks evacuate tha neutral xone, met today with I>lo>d 'leorge at 10 Downing st "Th* odd* ar* only 7 to • against war," on* high official declared to the Cnited Pre** aa th* session started. The British cabinet, after a dlscu* slon of the Kemal note, adjourned until 4 p. m. It was evident. Judging from Inter views with high officials after the meeting, that close examination of the note demonstrated to the British th* gravity of the sltustlon. One official deacrlbed the not* as "Imper tinent." Hope was expressed that Kama! would respond to General Herring ton'# invitation for a conference. The c*hin*t waa called to conalder the reply of Kemnl to Sir Charles Harrington, comma nderln-ehlef of the British forces In the Dardanelles Kemal evaded th* questions ssked In th* 41 hour ultimatum of th* si Ilea. « Htatlng that the Turk* *re not of flrtally cognizant of th« existence of a neutral w>n*. Kemal added that ha waa aa dealrou* of avoiding unpleaa ant incident* aa were tha ullie*. Tha Turka ara viewed hera aa growing bolder In voicing thalr oh J act lon* to tha propoaed Near Kaet em peaca plan*, which provlda for the return of Thrace na far HH the Merits* rlvar to tha Turk* aad *tlpu lata that tha Kemall*ta muat not In vada tha neutral zona. Mustapha emal Pasha aunp!y a rat urn to dart reaction under a different nam*. Ha daaert ed tlia p«t)r and •"•una politically a progreealv* independent. Whan tha world war name end Turkay caal )ta lot with tha eantnU powere. Orrman offlcere were aant to train and reorganise tha Turktah army. Thay found Kemal ooa of tfoMr mnat apt puplla. Aftar tha rJoat of tha war and Turkey'e defeat. Krmal became aa ai<:« to tha aultan. la thla rapacity ha waa aant In I*l* to quail a re bellion among Turktah iroopa in Aala Minor But far from quelling tha muti neers, Kemal mat hla lot with them. That waa tha beginning of tha Turk lah naUonaliat government In A*l* Minor Tha aultaa officially pro nounced Kernel an outlaw. Keena! Immediately proceeded te put hla liberal political convictions Into practice. Aala Minor waa placed under a thoroly democratic government. A grand national aaeembty waa Instituted at Angara. In thla aa aambly waa vested full legislative. Judicial and ex«m'lv« power*. Ka mal was elected first president of the aaaembly. The praeldent carried hla libera] Idea* eo far that ha named a wom an. Hall'!* Edtb Ranum. aa a mem ber af hla cabinet—a thing never before beard of la a Mohammedan ominli y. Today »l <1 Kama! to th* bigg»*t figure ta th* Orient. ll* hu fair hair end light *r*a (a flv* feet eight Inch** tall and of me dium build, It* ta characterised by an energy and directness usually larking In Oriental*. HERE'S MORE ABOUT STARTS ON PAGE ONE placed Col. Oonatae aa tha ohiaf of tha rerolutlnnarle*. Immediately after tha ceremony, which lacked th* pomp that uaually attends auch events, tha revolution ise announced their Intention of atartlng the armlea to Thrace to da fend th* territory from th* threat, aned Invaaloa of KemaTs Turkish nationalists. On* revolutionary regiment ha* landed In Athena to maintain order. Tha leaders of th* revolution are evidently determined to prevent bloodshed. lie port* received from Saloni ka slated a rlvlllan mob »tormed the poet office, but was quickly re pulsed by the troop* of the revo lution. The revolutionary committee re quested tha dethroned Constantlne, hla wife, Hophla, and Prince** An drew and Nicholaa to leave the eoun try. Their plac* of exile I* not known, but will perhaps be Hwltxer land, where they lived until Con stants* ws* called bark to th* throne In November. IMO. Former Premier Vrnlielos, who exiled himself to Krsijce after f'otislanliite's return, waa nollfled by tha revolullonarlea to take charge of Greek affair* abroad. Revolutionaries ara divided on th* participation of Vsnlxelos In Greek affair*. From the Invitation to act as representative abroad. It appears that Gen. Pahoulae I* favorable to the former premier. However. Col. Gonatas and Phooa. a naval officer, who are leader* of the movement at I<aurlnm. are known to be anjl- Venlxellst*. <>n. P.ihmilaa Informal Con*tan tlna prevloua to rwe«rlng In Gaorga 11, that paaca and order would ha maintained thruout Opm«, and that peraecutlon* of leader* of tlia repu diated government would ba avoided. It waa reliably atated hera that tha Greek crulaer Averoff and tha fleet In tha Hea of Marmora hava Joined other naval force* In tha, common <-a.ua* of tha revolution. King Georg* 11.. tha n*w ruler of Oreeca, born the title of duka of Hparta hefoifr being »worn In. 11* la 43 year* old and • giant In «tal. ure. He |« « feet 4 l/«rl.e» Ull and weigh* 260 poundfl. It la believed that Ooorg* only accepted tha tlirona to fulfill tha wlah"* of hl« ill fnted father. Th« prlnca ha* on many occaalona ax prenenl htm*etf aa not de»lrlng to become tha ruler of Graaca. Ilia wlf* la Prince** Kliiabath, daughter of the Queen of Ilouiiianla. The naw king la described aa ntudlou*. BUOBNE, Or#. Fmull cyclon* near Irving, few miKca north of ICug»ne, oveKurtia j-»:itlon building, wreck* fa rm fencea and blowa off Um UaUv TURK WAR , n a ?FATTf,R STAR HERE'S MORE ABOUT MUTT PARADE STARTS ON PAGE ONE nlo to ba h»ld flatur.tny na*t. Tha oJub ptonnM to l«av« tha city at t• o clerk for tha highway and wild wooda tint Mr. I.indcran, a* wall aa I lio boy a and glrla, heard about llir parade lli- tolil tl>»- yontlg atar* It would ho all right with htm If tho (M left for Ilia pic lih< at I? o'clock III" lead nt 10. At a rroult the itirinbrrt of the (ireater Seattle lllcjcla dob, aonte of whom will bftng prt aid mala, M>mn of whom will Ju*t wiggle along on tlu-lr blkra, will be with ua an mam In tho pa railr line at II <*,'rlock. Wa hava one mora man on thia day to whom wa wtah to rafar. It la Mr narkua H Woof 1-e.t year wa nitandad an Invitation to Mr. Woof, aaking him to ba preaent In our pa ra <ln with hla IS Community Fund bahlaa. Ha rania In a hayrack. Mr Woof, wa »*tend to you tha aarna Invitation thla yaar. Kvarybody knowa by now. of oouraa, that all one needa to do to anroll In tha parada la to praaant ona oant at Community Fund haadquar tar*. 11l llanry building. and racalva a "contrlbutor'a button." Wa will again grab enough apar-a tor tha llat of prtaaa offered to data: For tha moat comically diwanl yonngatar with pet animal walk ing. fit at prite—-|3 nierrhandiea certificate. from Kraaar Patter- •on. For lb* bojr with lirinl pal animal (both walking)—M mot rhandl*a rarlificala. Irani Spoil ding 4 Co, For Dm ctrl with mnlM p»t animal ibolh walking)—ls mar rhaiidlaa rortlfh-aia, from Mae- IKiiif *ll Noulhwlrk. For th« mi»l romlratlj kn—Mnl prlif. U mrrrliandUa rrrllflrata, Irotn Hpalgrr * llorl- M. fWrond prlia-—On* boyV book, from I»wtnan A llanfnrd. Third pfii* Ms ticket* lo Ulna M«UM UIMIW Foe lha moal < oinlr»lly or moat Inlfmllnilf draa«*d Uttla girt— Flnl prUa—U mar«-handl«a ear tlflrat* from lha Rlindr* «t..ra. Hamnd prlrr—Ona girl*' book, front |»wman A llanford. For lha rhtld with baat pal In raca (a* rhlpmunk, parrot, ral, •Ir V-ll tnrrrhandU* ratilflrala Irotn Hi luxlard Fnrnltur* Co- Far lha k«>l 4rn>r*M animal walking (boy trading)—U Mac ran* "I, from I'lpar * Tafl Far lha ba«t daroralad »»IMI walking (girl la»dlng)—AS mrr rhandtt* < •rllftcata from Un Hon'*. Haal daanralarf rarl (ponjr, 4*c, goat—nolhint barrel)— |3 mar rhandloa rarllflrala from lha Owl Prof Cm. For Iht yanngatar wflh mail frvrklr*—Award to ha •nm«-ihlng In atartrfral or nulla Una, from 4. J. Atullar A Co. For lha horoMaat malt dac Ona rolUr and rhaln tram Bar nlar'a dog and bird iKk For tho bull pap Utl looka moot Ilka "Brownlo," tho Contury Ootnadr pap: Flrwt prtio. IS: aocnml prima, 11 SO, from tbo Columbia lb*«ier. It la "Brownla'a" plrtur* that frtw* tbo top of tba mturea. HERE'S MORE ABOUT DOUGLAS STARTS ON PAGE ONE t* to trial, pointing oat that An <ir»on ami TooiplUna wn» not under «Mh, but that If fh#7 of f«md rhaniwl testimony on tha wtiimi aland they could b« cited for perjury. Tarmody throw up Ma bands. *• Bui. man.* ha said, "wo cant perjure our own wltnsases." "I protsatad *hnt that wsa tha one way to clean tho matter up If they really wanted '« do anything. Hut It waa no uae. "It t« not truo that wo a«reed that the Indictments should bo dismissed. Wo did agree, howevsr, that If An daraon and Tompklna had testified bafnro tha (rand Jury, under oath, what thsy did at tha conference, whan tbey war* not bound by any oath, the Indictments might not have bean returned on their testimony " liofr aald the petition to Jtidcs Hail, asking that prosecution of the remaining Indictments be taken out of rtouglaa" handa, and a special prosecutor appointed to handle them, waa tha result of the combined de •tra of tha grand Jury. "Every member of the Jury OUJI« to mo after the rommlnalonera' In dictments had been dlamlaned and ssked me what could be done about It," he aald. rrooacu'or Douglas has railed at. tantton, since tha prcaent differences arosa, to tba fact that In Ita report tha grand Jury In a special para graph conveyed Ita thanks and ap preciation to himself and dnpuUes for their assistance and co-operation. "MfHy a matter of form." Horr milled, wheat aal<*d about thia. "Grand Jurlca always do It, for It Is the polite custom. "As a matter of fart, the lark of aggressive co-operation waa so felt that I mentioned the matter to Judge Hail during one of nur many conference* while lite Jury waa In session. Several of the Jurors complained that Deputy Proaeeutor ratteraon showed considerable vigor during U»e first week or so, but ttyit when wo began to got aftrr the big men lie changed front. "Judga Hall aaeured ma that If I denlred he would aea that another deputy was appointed to aaalat ue. But I took th« attitude that It would he hard to find a lawyer In town who would plcaae ail 17 Jurora In every particular. "PatlHWHi explained Uie ntll tudo of the prosecutor'* office u hen wo Indicated we might In dict the county cotnml»»loiier«i by Raying that he had lo be care ful, aa 'I hey could cloae our office up.'" Horr. who for many years wan en gaged In bualneaa In Seattle, Uvea at 227Vt Belmont ave. N. "The grand Jury waa called to rep resent the people of the county," ho aald, "and I will do nnythlng In my pownr to put a apika Into thla half hearted prosecution of county offi cial# wnd other*. Tha grand Jury went alowly and waa conaervatlva, und the Indictment# wo returned wuc bused uu facta." FREDERICK & NELSON IMffIEEIM SOTMI Splendid Values! 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