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ASSUREDFACT; BIGGESTEVENT SINCE U.S. BORN Famed Writer Says Project 100 Per Cent Further Advanced Now Than Was Dared Hoped For In Six Months. MUST EE FOR PEOPLES NOT FOR GOVERNMENTS Declares an Organization Need ed Whereby Direct Repre sentatives of Peoples Can Meet In Sessions. Ry HAMILTON HOLT. (Written for tin- I'nitcd Press.) (Copyr;• ■ ht, Hits, by I'nited Press.) Paris, Jan. 2S.— The league of na tiens . is now a fact. "We who ha\ *e been working f-ntly t<> bring such a body in foci it is 1.00 p er cent further a than we dart si to hope pose niontl" The meet in g of the gen er: conyl ■ c*ss wa; s. in my opin prente •Ft pollti cal event since t of the : I Tilted St a• s. It was t the the birth us the birth Jniteci jointes of Nations. There ;o outstanding things. THE VITAL SPIRIT. First, the res its in it; a1 pun of intornnlnm; the vit where vu inv been priv ilea 1 upon whom t ; settlement is a doing the worl »stigated—; :t to talk i -that fu t Un g forth the in.d.e dear that the promotion .,n 1 t "-operation. That pirit in which the league • meeived. h. : was evidence every nd we have itli the men f this peace mg. the men nation of the league would be quickly accomplished and that its results would be sure and tar reaching. Ju ■ t one point ef danger presents itself. That is the possibility of the league of nations being made fi league of governments rather than «t league of peoples. OF THE PEOPLES. In order to secure the latter, an or ganization must be devised that will truly and continuously be representa tive of the peoples of the various coun tries. It is not a new thing for diplo mats to re.oh decisions by conference or telegraph. What is wanted is an organization by which the direct rep resentatives of tin: peoples will m< et In paidiamentary .sessions. This must be achieved on the legislative side of the b.*;; gu*'. For the executive side, prime ministers or similar officials are competent to function satisfact<%ily. PHONE 73 for baggage wagons. Prompt service. Peasiey Transfer & Storage Co.—Adv. EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE HAROLD ■V, • * llAIUU.U JLUCKWUOH HAS A BIG DUAL ROLE IN HI3 LATE SUCCESS "LEND ME YOUR NAME" ONE OF THE FAST EST ACTION PIC TURE PLAYS SEEN HERE FOR SOME TIME COMEDY-SCENIC MAJESTIC TODAY ONLY j I j j All the Music From "So Long Letty" WISE PIANO HOUSE 807-809 Idaho Street. ' Revolutionists in Portugal Trying To Place Manuel On Throne Again Æ ii SM & >*'■ Ex-King Manuel of Portugal and Gaby Deslys, the cause of his dethronement. Below is Queen Augusta Vi toria, Manual's wife. Paiva Conceiro is leading a roy alist revolt in Portugal to place ex-King Manuel on the throne once more. Dispatches state that the king will ion refuse to head yi\ Transports Adriatic, Siboney, Secapa and Gerontesto Due at New York and Newport News About February 1. Washington, Jan. 2$.—-The transport Adriatic, Brest for New York, is due Feb. T with units from the s-hd divis ion, to bo demobilized at Camp Sher man, Ohio. The transport Sibonrv, Tim den ux for New York, is due F< 1 , with the 4nth regiment of coast artillery; 3001 h am munition train (34th division), dot a he me nt headquarters, field and staff sec ond battalion; batteries C and D of 339th field artillery. (88th division), to be demobilized at Camp Dodge, Iowa; headquarters detachment, 37th brigade, coast artillery corps; casual company 2 " (New York). The Seaeapa, Bordeaux for New York, Is due Feb. 5 with headquarters detachment, 37th brigade, coast artil lery and some casuals. The transport Gerontesto, Bordeaux for Newport News, is due Feb. 5 with a detachment of casuals. RoiipIIonor NORTHWEST CASUALTIES IDAHO. Wounded severely Private Guy MÜ 1« r Jones, Hailey. Missing Private William J. Hull, Subie it. kVotmded, previously report' d died— Private Fred u Hopkins. Buhl. WASHINGTON, Killed in action Private Harlen Costen, Seattle, Wounded severely—Lieutenant Unto - ert S. Batman, Sandefuca; Sergeant John Niehelson, Seattle; Private Karl D. Bell, Central in. OREGON. Wound'd severely—-Private Vincent Jelllnek, Malin. The following casualties are report ed bv the commanding general of the Ami ri» >n expeditionary forces: Killed in action .......... M Died of disease ................... 37 Wounded severely ................227 Died from wounds ..... 13 Died from accident and other causes 3 Missing in action .............. • • • 18 s j I j I I ! j ! ! | I | ! ! j Total .302 j j j ASK CHANGE IN RATE RULING. Olympia, Wash., .Tan. 28.- Traction interests have asked that the K-cent rar two limit he erased from the state laws and that the public service com mission be given full power to name rates. ! The request was made by R. F. I Kiser, Spokane, representing the Spo kane tk Inland Empire Railway earn - Tony in open hearing before the senate public utilities committee last night. 24 and 25 are the telephone numbers of The Capital News. tf the nation again. The revolt start«*(i after the assassination of the president in December. Man uel lost his throne because of his infatuation for Gaby Deslys, dan JOBLESS YANKEES PLAN DEMONSTRATIONS IN N, Y. FOR SQUARE DEAL To Demand Mayor Hylan Take lm- ! mediate Steps to Relieve Condition I —Police Curb One Parley. New York, Jan. 2s.-One thou sand unemployed discharged sol dais. sailors and marines planned to stage a demonstration before the city hall this afternoon, for the purpose of demanding of May ol* Hylan a nd the a 1 d erm en that tir y "take immediate steps to pro vide them with suitable jobs." Arrangements for the demon stration were made toy newly or ganized Soldiers', Sailors' and Marines' Protective association. Officials of the association de clared that it had been organized in get the returning lighters a "square deal." Approximately 100 soldiers, sail ors and marines attended a meet in . of the association held last night in the People's house, which became riotous and was dispersed by military police and naval guards. (Continued from page one.l saler to retailer are shown. Tomatoes went off 1.0 cents a dozen cans, whole - sah- in Philadelphia and dealers fdse where are report' d ready to unload storks a t lower prices, Slight reductions in flour are re port' d from Cleveland and Detroit, while at Buffalo, bread is down l cent " tail on pound and a half loaves. RETAILERS ON CARPET. lira go, Jan. 28.—First official a here towi rd lowering the co St of n today in the nil b butter no :• rchants. The t* » explain why pre iduce at follow« 'd wholesale ! retailers | prices hi prices in a decline. Meantime, Chicago got first word of I n ' banco that other prices may tumble. | Albert Levy of New York, arranging displays of the Manufacturers' and Importers' Association of America, ! said ov ry one of 22,000 articles there ! would be reduc ed, some y, per cent. Tfu display ranged from hairpins to j sealskins. DYNAMITE STREET CARS. j Kansas City, Ain., Jan. 2S. -Extra j guards were employed on streetcar j lines today following dynamiting of ars last night. Four prisons were In jured by flying glass from two par tially wrecked cars. The trouble grew out of the strike of motormen and '■«»mbi'dors for higher wages. ; ! I i j j j j i ! j ; ! ! r TIME? 7 he correct naval time wll he given you if you call 559, the Jenkins Furniture Co. Call between 8:30 a. m. and 6 p. m. This is part of the service that this company gives the public. cer. Manuel later married and with his wife has been living quietly in the country for the last few years. They are said to very happy together. be RICH TO EVEN UP States Plan Garnering of Per sonal Property Taxes to Make Up for Lost Revenue From John Barleycorn. New York, Jan. 23. Loss of state revenues through abolition of the liq uor traffic will be made up for by personal property taxes and many other levies, according to facts gath ered by the United Press today from a number of states. The problem of finding a source of revenue to replace that derived from liquor confront.'• mai\v legislatures. In most states, however, the task of finding new money reservoirs has not y.t been tackled, Wisconsin now gets about $ 2 , 000.000 from her huge beer business. Personal property levies, it is predicted, will take the place of this, and will raise a revenue of $7,000,000, thus outdoing Missouri legislators are. 1 i thing about trimming the state operating expenses with closer attention to land taxes. Minnesota probably will place an added charge on mine products, whet läge, firearms, dogs—or what have you? Income tax increases and personal property levies are favored in most of tiie other states which will be af fected when booze dies. Th« Capital News telephone number, are 24 and 25. tf NINE STATES PROTEST BURLESON PHONE RATE Indiana polls, Trul., Jan. 28. U< pre sentatives of nine states today ap* Ipeared in the In lied tétai' a district court her« 1 and argued before Judge Anderson in favor of making perma rent the temporary injunction which he has granted against the proposed telephone and toll rates, Representatives of the states out side of Indiana entered appearance as friends of the court and joined the Indiana public service commission in its fight. The following attorneys joined in pres* illation of the case: Clarence Davis, Nebraska; M. B. OI brich, deputy attorney general of Wis cousin; Thomas K. Dempsey of the Illinois public utilities commission; P. S. Jackson, counsel for the Kansas utilities commission. 24 and 25 art tho telephone numbers of The Capital News. tf ■al years henc. The J-Vench, it is understood .also j.iari to hwve the benefit of certain acncultuml lands within the present pending restoration ley, which was rent Germans, All who district and the Soi tliize instantly wit yet there is a against, placing any under the rule oi he the ease Since entirely German. Another question wUTi will have an important bearing on restoring actual peace conditions is that of interna tional banking. Establishment öl end its has become one of the biggest problems before the <h*h rates, as dis tribution Of food : applies and other relief work is ba«. M | on its solution. The significance of this work was re vealed by the bureau's net Lin yester day in constituting now committees for economic and financial questions. SEA LAW REVISION. Fuder discussion of maritime law, which was formally broached for the first time yesterday-, naturally will come freedom of the seas, old block ado laws will hr taken up by this spe cial committee, and it is generally ac cepted certain revisions will be made. Chinese demands f r representation on the special committees have been met through apportionments on the league of nations and f-ntroi of ports, waterways and railway- - mmittees Belgium's success in obtaining- repre sentation on all the committees pos sibly will satisfy her th manda, but it is likely the other of the smaller no tions will again bring up the subject of fuller representation. Retirement of Herrman as Na tional Commission Chairman Carded; Several Entrants Considered. By H. C. HAMILTON'. New Y oi rk, Jan. 2 8. Information in ached the United Pre so toda\ which fo: reshad owe d the retire •ment of Garry H< srrmann a is chairman of the national ha seball ( oinmissam. It. was learned li. at votes in both the American and NT it ion ai le. igties were so strongly set ainsi the president of the Beds when th 0 joint m iceting was held here this month that his ousting • then was be lie wed to be only a matt er of hours. The only present bar to his immedi j ate disposai h.' j the supreme « I fact that the j two leagues î ja. man capabl j It may be now are i; associai k on of the high seat in »uit. of the game is the ommittee named by the i far has failed to find of filling the place, aid, however, that men consideration whose long s them for J til the ga ] the place at once and who would have ! no trouble in juggling the language of j the^ agreement, under which the t wo sports writer. BOXING BILL STEPS AHEAD. ! ,'dympia, Wash., Jar. --Light ' rounds of boxing will be legal in the j state of Washington if th«* m om j inundation of a senate cnmmitt.ee are ■ follow« d by t lie legislature. The bill Juki arm the Lister <'tod to sign the measure, ADOPT 154 - G A M-E SLATE. ciation toda adopted PE0FLE URGE PASSAGE OF DEPORT ALIENS BILL (Capital N« \\ ashingt on, j untry is coi elective draft That iought itor J* parts the Washing •n tm try. from mat or Jones is the auth'M *»f a bill to deport all such alien .slacker-. The outlook for : t vocable action on the bill was bright when there rame notice from the state department that the government Nonce had pro tested The state department • x ! pressed a wish that the Washington senator would not press the bill Lu - ther. It is apparent from his mail that many citizen« of the United states who contributed their bit to warning /he war are not averse to hurt mg the feelings of any individual or foreign government which seeks to shield these slackers. DOUBLE KNOT FAILS TO HOLD. X> w York, Jan. 28. The « ombined j c fforta of a Uhristinn minister and a Hebrew' rabbi billed to m;fko a happy 'married couple •>( Mr. and Mrs. Ben jamin Berg of Philadelphia. ! Berg is under arrest here today •charged with deserting the bride to ! whom he was twice married, once by a minister and once by a rabbi. Was Restless at Night. : Sufferers from kidney trouble ex IperbiuM' backache, rheumatic pains, laches in joints and muscles and other 'torturous afflictions. F. W. Kitt. U. ; F. D. 2, Box tk .Shorters, Ala*, writes • I u*-e l Foley Kidney Pills as I was so IresthsS over night with pains in my j hack and side. They did me good and 1 truthfully say Foley Kidney Pills, is j the medicine for kidney trouble."— I Adv. T.Th.S.i Come, Let Mother See! When the child droops, won't play or is restless, pale and grunty, look to see if the tongue is white, the breath feverish, the stomach sour. Then hurry, mother, but don't worry! Give Cascarets, the harmless candy cathartic. Children take Cascarets without coaxing —only 10 cents a box! ^ VM * Ve $ ft TO MOTHERS! Nothing else "works" the nasty bi!e, the sour fermentations and constipation poison so gently but so thoroughly from the little stomach, liver and bowels like harmless Cascarets. While children usually fight against laxatives and cathartics, they gladly eat a candy Cuscaret. Cascarets never gripe the bowels, never sicken, never disappoint tire worried mother. Each 10 cent box of Cascarets contains directions for dose for children aged one year old and upwards. AMERICAN CAFE 709 MAIN STREET American and Chinese Dishes. Noodle Chop Sttey specialty. Merchant Lunch and Short Or ders. Come to the American Cafe, where all the good Americans pro. » Open 11 A. M. to 1 P. M. The House —OF— Gold WITH EMMY WEHLAN COMEDY SCENIC There are more thrills to the square inch in "The House of Gold'' than in any production seen in a long time. A pood, bang-up story, with a man's size plot. STRAND—TODAY ONLY K TENTS! of All Descriptions manu f;u lured to your order. We specialize on ail kinds of auto tents, camp furni ture. American flags, Serv ice flag.«. PIONEER TENT A AWNING CO. Sixth ana Main Sts. Phone 980-W. BUY W. 8. 8 . FRENCH FLYERS. REPORTED LOST, MAKE SAFE LANDING Paris, Jan. 2 vUaptaln Cori am Lieutenant Löget, French aviators wi re forced to land at Posas, Spall in an attempted flight from Algiers t Marseilles. according to advices her today. They made the flight aeros the Mediterranean to Algiers in fis hours. They were unrepo-rted for mor SCHÜMANN-HEINK AT THE PINNE Y MONDAY, FEB. 3 PRICKS: Lower Floor, First ! 1 Rows. . .$2.51) Box Seals.................Y".5U All Other Seals Sold. Uallery not reserved).........50r RON mi Mill Hill nan Not (5) ovei am one person than 12 hours on their return flight, and were believed to have been lost. - —-------- ARGENTINE FAVORS LEAGUE. Washington, J an. 28 .—Argentina is ready to join a league of nations as proposed by President Wilson, and to this end the Argentine minister to France has been instructed to support Wilson's project, the state department was officially informed today.