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...race for 19J0. 5J50 Stion ol Salem 1900. lilli 1910 14,094; 1920, 17,678 -Hrlon' County 1920, 47.177, polk county, 14,181 Member ot Audit Bur.au of Circn- Utlion. Associated Pre. Fell Leased Wire Capitaiitrfournal OREGON: Tonight and Bandar fair; moderate westerly wind.. LOCAL: No rtttaTI: mttttwwni 86, minimum 48; river -1. feet, falling. Washington, Aog. 2- Weather prediction, (or tb. week beginning Monday are: Pacific state. Gen erally (air; normal temperature. Salem, Oregon, Saturday, August 20, 1921 Price Three Centa om tsAia j ahd new a stakm fivi omi rnnrriiriiT nu nn aai i 11 rnnn nn irr in nifltirn feT TiTYear No. 199 arty-i""" tax Bill Passes House Democrats Attempt to Recommit "w"01"6 for Elimination of Surtax Clause Fails. . OA Thn " , Washington. Aug. -.biican tax bill was passed late ?U, 1 L the house after the deino- failed in an effort to tan it recommitted for elimina-. 0 the provision repealing the ou.e surtax rates above 32 per vote on the passage of the IWll was 274 to 125 wltn oniy a Ijit split in the party ranks. I The vote on motion to recom mit was 169 for to 230 against. A Lmber of republicans from the Star western states joined with the Cmctlcally solid minority in sup porting the motion. A number of additional amend ments were approved today by the flays and means committee. The first one adopted was that umptlpg "pensions from the (United States for service of the fbeneficiary or another in the mtli Ittry or naval forces of the United States." Another amendment adopted would exempt from the -administration tax all receipts at agricul tural fairs where the profits were tot divided among the sharehold ers ot agricultural associations or promoters of such fairs. The house also adopted amend ments eliminating provisions for a I per cent tax on toilet prepara tions, perfumes, soaps and proprie Vkj medicines and reducing the 10 (8 cent tax on yachts to 5 per cent and exempting from this tax motor or other craft less than 32 feet in lengl h or with a carrying capacity of lees than five tons. ituatiosi in Ireland Held Most Serious London, Aug. 20. Dispatches from Dublin to London newspa pers appear to reflect pessimism over the Irish situation in view of latest developments. Henry W Nevlnson, correspondent and au thor, telegraphing the Dally Her aid, ays the situation 1. "un noubiedly verv serious" and that he is "unable to see hope as bright ly as some do." He admits, how r, that hope still exists. "If the Irish republic leaders,' ma dispatch continues, frame the reply to Great Britain's terms and submit It to the Dail Elreann for approval rather than for discus sum, it almost certainly will be accepted with minor alterations tne danger to further negotiations and a subsequent peace comes from the Influence of theorists and doc trinaires acting upon the spirit of marlsin. In discussing the prospect If ne gations fail, Mr. Nevinson de dares: ' If the truce be broken, war in U most terrible form will sweep through Ireland rwn or- -m j ; added to national war, and all o refuse to support the repub lican army will be driven from country or shot." The Dublin correspondent of the Nes says Prime Minister "oyd-George U beIn charged " rattling the abre" in hi. ess n-sterday in the boue. He me speech arm. m.y do infinite Examinations For Postmasters Washington Aug. 29, Post master examination, for third office, in th. following town. " Oregon are announced tor 6ep Miu io: Bandon, Cerium, ClateUnai., t re. well, Dayton, Drill , Gresham. Halfway, loaa. '!rm, MoUIlas North Powder Rainier, Seto, Btaftea, Wal!0,i westport. Wheeler end "calla. The a,,, of Tlculr (a nie( dales back te 11 mmd JB t tend, te lf, p.slns, VMe ni Greshaoi are f 2lt ot JJJ-tie otters H7 lass thaa McAdoo Boom For President Gets Early Start Sedalia, Mo., Aug. 20. A "McAdoo for president" club for the purpose of boosting William G. McAdoo for the next president of the coun try was organized here last night. 26 Wounded In Mob's Attempt To Lynch Negro Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 20. Quiet prevailed in the vicinity of the Knox county jail today follow ing the clash last night between guard ot deputies and state troops and a crowd demanding a negro hold in connection with a criminal assault on a county school teacher, 26 persons were wounded, six of them seriously. Although the deputies, who were joined by half a dozen state troopers in the firing, discharged their shotguns above the heads ot the crowds, the bullets wounded more than a score of persons who wej-e viewing the tnreatenea &;! assault from the court house yard above. The shooting became general when members of the mob re sponded with several revolver shots. None of the jail guard was wounded. Prohibition Causing Men To Become Fat Akron, O., Aug. 20 Wayne Wheeler and Andy Volstead may have increased crime, as New York criminologists say, but a brand new offense is charged up to their account by an Akron clothier. It's a deep secret and shouldn't be divulged, but the men are get ting stout. He explains it this way: "Men who used to drink didn't eat much. They satisfied their longing for something by the call, 'Come on, boys, the next round s on me!' and, while women were banting and starving to keep their sylph-like forms, the fellows did it in a simpler and pleasanter way." This is all -changed now, how ever, and men can't do much but eat, the clothier declares, and n a result he finds it necessary to purchase more and more suits built on the general sped "'cations of a barrel and less every season for the male form resembling a bean pole. . The only return to normalcy noted is that prohibition has de flated the bay windows affection ately worn by those who WYCd the stuff that maae Milwaukee fa mous. Men simply aren't wearing 'em any more and won't unless something is done to give them the medicinal beer authorized by Mr. Palmer. Candy eating, which has become popular, makes for stoutness, but It distributes the adipose tissue pretty well over the entire frame. Hence, more stoutness, but bet ter distributed. Nine Carloads of Prunes Sold at Opening Price Buyers are taking bold of prunes at the opening price, auot- ed by the Oregon Grower. Coop erative association In a mann.r that is very gratl'vlng to that or ganisation. Nine carlo.-A Tif tha 1S21 erep hare been ...Id since th. opening wns made twn .'ays sga sad th. market 1. .;roug l $h. price. named. The ooenii ir.rei of the Wash Ington Orower. Packing corpora tion were Ue same r. those ef the Oregon g-oTMt and the total sales of tie twe ergaBlsatieas which hsadie Ixrik of the neris vast praaei have j'ready amount ad to aeariy StflHM pound, of the new or . StsRdardisatioa aad advertis ing have braT1it the Oregoa Dallas prase 1 1 a place wher. they w!H eeii ' eaeaiag price, which era wittts a half seat of tha awaiag pri.es am (laiifwaia Petite srwaes which hare for yean aeid at ahoat 1 wU high er thaa the Oragaa predaac. Mc Court Selected forBench Portland Jurist Will Succeed Justice Johns in Supreme Court. Judge John McCourt, ot the Multnomah county circuit bench, Is to be the successor to Charles A. Johns on the Oregon supreme court, when the latter resigns to accept the federal appointment toJ the sunreme court of the rmnp- nlnes. Such is the announcement maue by Governor Olcott this morning following the receipt of a letter from Judge Robert Tucker, also ot the Multnomah circuit bench, de clining the governor's proffer of the appointment to, fill the pend ing vacancy on the supreme bench. Governor Olcott has been as sured that Judge McCourt will ac cept the appointment. The action of Judge Tucker was believed to be the first recorded in stance of a refusal of appointment to the highest judicial office in the power of the state. Judge Tucker told Governor Ol cott of his decision informally in a telephone conversation yester day afternoon, followed with a formal letter of declination. The letter followB: "My Dear Governor: Return ing from my vacation today, I find your letter of August 15 con firming; press statements relative to my selection by you to fill the vacancy to be made by the resig nation of Justice Johns, associate justice of the supreme court. "1 am not unmindful of the-hlgh honor and truly appreciate the confidence which this appoint ment manifests on your part. Upon reflection, however, it seems to me that whatever qualifications I now have for judicial work fit me bet ter for the trial bench than foi appellate work, and that, for i time at any rate, I can do greatci public service where I am. "I wish to than you most heart ily, and beg to remain, "Very sincerely yours, "ROBERT TUCKER." Judge McCourt is a former Sa lem resident and is well known throughout this section of Oregon. McCourt was born in Canada, but moved to California with his parents in 1874 and came to Sa lem in 1S90. He graduated from the law department of the Wil lamette university here In 1896 and became associated with Jay Bowerman in the practice of law In 1900 he left Salem for Pendle ton, where he became city attor ney. He was oceuying this posi tion when in March, 1908, he was first appointed United States dis trict attorney after a long and bit ter contract, defeating W. C. Bris tol for that post. He was reappointed United States dUtrict atotrney by Presi dent Taft on May 22, 19T"2, serv ing until 1913 when he resigned to enter the practice of law. Dur ing the war he served under ap pointment by the war department on the Fosdlck .ommlssion. He was appointed to the Mult nomah county circuit bench by Governor Olcott on November 24, 1919. Agreement Ant-l - Beer X$H1 Renorted Reached ftcpuiusu Wa.hlngton, Aug. JO.-Defln't. agreement on -"""7 " in mi-wi m,. day by Senator. Sterling and Nel son and nepre.en)atlve Volstead and th. report taken by Mr, Vol stead for presentation to other houM conferee. Both the Stanley saaate amendment designed to pro tect homes from Indiscriminate March for liquor and the bouse substitutes wsrs rejected, portion, of earh being retained In the cara pronile, whloh would reaulre war rants fer eeersh pt Utq but flat for other property , Including auto mobile., Escaned Patient Is Still at Large William Miller, 35 year old ln aat ef the tal. hospital who e caped la an auta yastorday Ding about sevea o'clock fros. near Us Keiia school house wher. he was wartiaej, ts still a large sseardia- fa a isae report tram ths hospital bii atersooa. Miller citaautr late the anto, takr ilk hia a sou:. Hartad (awards Saleaa. olfkUis tuu. H ; a creases; la alar garb, with a.w i a black overcoat. aad Official Record Is Announced Champion Jersey Has 827.47 Pounds of But terfat in Year's Test Ending Friday. Breaking the world's record for butterfat production in thseniori yearling class by over 27 pounds, St. Mawes Lad s Lady, Jersey In the herd ot Hairy D. lliff of Inde pendence, completed her otficial year's test at midnight last tight under the auspices of the Ameri can Jersey Cattle club with a pro duction of 11,729 pounds of xnilk and 827.47 pounds of butterfat. The official figures were an nounced this morning and sent to the Arderican Jersey Cattle club, but it will probably be a week or two before the new world's record is officially declared. The record for the senior year ling class of 800.08 pounds ot fat, set over a year ago by Lulu Al phea of Ashburn, a Jersey in the herd of J. J. Van Kleek of Bea verton, was passed by the new rec ord holder August 11. When Lulu Alphea set her record she smashed a previous one ol i4 pound., and with the margin of over 150 pounds, it was thought that the mark would be undisturbed for years. The new champion, purchased at the age of 20 months from O. G. Hewett for $625, has five gold medal bulls in the last four gen erations of her ancestry. In developing the new cham pion Mr Illff personally supervised the care ot the cow and followed (he policy which has led him not to miss a 'single milking on the farm in the last two year.. 350 Convicts View "Way Down East" Three hundred and fifty In mates of the Oregon penitentiary were permitted to view the great Griffith cinema production ot "Way Down East" this morning In the auditorium of the institu tion. Through the efforts of A. E. Laflar, manager ot the Grand theatre, permission was granted by the producers to exhibit the film to the convicts. Only those who were required to carry on the necessary work of the Institution were kept from seeing the exhib ition. The complete orchestra of six piece, which accompanies the film was taken to the penitenti ary, In order to make the exhibi tion complete as possible, while th. operating was done by "a reg ular con" who has th. machine in charge at the regular perform ances given every Friday night there. The seating capacity of the theater Is approximately 600, the decoration of the curtains having Ibeen done by Julius Ward, an ln i mate, and have .been pronounced excellent. O.cloei the roemfcer. of th or- chestra were the guest, of War- d.n common. yesterday afternoon th film io boy tr.lnlng school 'Earth' Moves Him Ten Feet; Finda It'p Large Turtle; i Naw ers, A'g, James Lorclett, of North Castle, near Port Chester, N, V,, reported re caatlr that while (standing at the edge of flye lake he suddenly was moved ten fset, Ms literally "Jumped Off Ihe earth," ha said, aad dissevered be bad been stand ing pa seventy-two pound turtle. Ha lasooed It and invited eighty irienns uma-", .Up Into custody today by tb. ser- In. 12 pounds end covered a yeah lKeB ' . M big as the .pace his d.mo.tr- 00UM' Thr? " ,r' " . arms encompad, "sutivee appeared olpntarily: IN. ..-Prohibition Is dras-.Tbiy -ere charged ' -arr.at, tisallr eaforced at North Caatle.) !fcH 1"' wUo jaentlng themselves Iron the ses- Fomrr 6area Bead foe to prevent a quorum, rirgo, N DTau 20.--Thom- With ther. member jreent. as jr. Karen. if. ui aj. , n. laaaaa aid former congressman, at heart disease earlr todar ai at Detroit, acceding to word rived Mica hef: Deputy Sheriff Killed Sheriff Seriously Wounded By Bandit Near Los Angeles Strains of Jazz Encourages Cows Dairyman Holds Wiggins, Miss., Aug. 20. James Chamberlain, a farmer near here, claims to have dis- covered a unique way of in- creasing the flow of milk from his cows. The Cham berlain farm has been the scene of many dances, and Mr. Chamberlain avers that he finds on the morning aft er the dances, particularly when the music has lasted Until the early morning hours, that his cows are more generous with the milk. Governor Is Asked to Join the Ku Klux Governor Olcott has been in vited to become a knight of the Ku Klux Klan. Or rather oppor tunity has been extended to the state's executive to make appllca lion for initiation into the myste ries of "invisible empire." The opportunity has come in the shape of a set of application blanks ac companied by the "imperial proc lamation" and other literature re lating to the activities ot the or ganlzation which is now invading Oregon for the first time. The application blanks direct that they be presented to "Ti-bo-tim, 633 Multnomah hotel, Portland," and warns the applicant to "discuss this with no one." Hightower Moralizes Upon Blind Justice Redwood City, Cal., Aug. 20. Public and press have upset the theory that a man is innocent un til he Is proved guilty, and it now rests with the accused to prove his Innocence, William A. Hightower, accused of the murder ot Father Patrick- E. Heslin, Colma Catholic priest, said today in statement to the press. The statement was Issued from the San Mateo county I j, n,r(s through District Attor ney Franklin Swart. Hightower continued : "An accused man might also be pardoned fur asking It Justice U hitting on all its cylinder, when he ta confined to one little cell, where he Is not only unable to do anything for himself, but I. also finable to find out what other, are trying to do to him, whUe ,ny one Seeking to undermine Ms interest can have as wide range of uetlon as a German howltser, "Unfriendly interest, were nev er known to have union hours or to be ever fair in their methods. "I just wonder-It the good dame with the bandaged eyes ean always 'aaake the grade' when the accused Xi, perhaps with a mind that never over bright, muddled at never before tn all his lite, facing rendition, tn which he never had eiperlenoe, Is compelled to match hla confused, untralnnd mind against the keenest rnlnd. of a great city, "Under the.e conditions, with the ley hand of fear resting on hi. heart, should b take counsel of tolly and lke a feared rabbit, run in tha wraitg direction a4 nifeke latent gtatemena, wet) id aah statements neeessa.rjly be eSBcla.tve proof ef bis guilt? ' Legislators Quit Session of House; Ijftter Arrested Austin. Texas, A-ir. IS. Six of nine members of the Texas lUiiise of representatives were tak inv ? p . ... -r llrnal Wll and seat It to the sen- ate. which refuse te coacur in th. boute PUbStllute Wutng;aa -' V ' .alary d.cr., aad other redc- jtioa. 4itnres: Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 20. tura, was shot and killed today K Kellv, Ventura, dangerously tempted to arrest at Owensmouth, Los Angeles county, the sheriffs office here announced. The man who shot them was shot later and killed in a stated. Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 20. Under Sheriff Kelly of Ventura county, was shot and killed, and Sheriff A. D. McMartin, also of Ventura, was seriously wounded at noon today when they were at tempting to arrest an unidentified man at Owensmouth, Los Angeles county. The man. escaped. The officers left Ventura this morning armed with a warrant for the arrest of a man, having heard at Owensmouth, a short he was New Mexico President School at J. S. Lander., president ot the New Mexico state normal school at Las Vegas, N. M., has been select ed as president ot the Oregon state normal school at Monmouth, ac cording to announcement by Miss Cornelia Marvin, chairman ot the board of regents ot the institu tion. Landers Is one of the best known school men in Oregon. He was tor more than 18 years active In school work in this state being tor ten and a halt years an in Fails To Pay Wife Alimony, May Lose Ranch for Contempt Failure to pay his wife alimony may cause Jahn A. Fitch of Wood burn to lose his happy home, ac cording to an affidavit filed this morning In the circuit court, and the contempt ot court proceeding brought against htm are allowed to stand. Mrs. Anna Fitch, former wife of the affldant, was granted a di vorce In 1917 by decree of Judge George Bingham, wno awarded bar $25 a month alimony. Fitch paid the sum regularly for a year, then through sickness and his Inability to work, was unable to continue, his affidavit states. He owned a 10-acre farm near Woodburn which w as subject to an $800 mortgage, and "which repre sents a lifetime ot saving and ef fort," be states, and to collect the Judgment held against him by hi. Freight Rates From Coast Cut CnntranA Wuuh Alls?. fl Marked reduction, in trelaht rate. on canned goods, dried fruits and vegetable., pea. and beans In oar-j"ara" t "PPolnt William Jen load lota, .hipped from the Hpo-'"'11" Pryn. a delegate to the kane territory to eastern points coming International disarma were announced today by trans- ment congress In Wuhlngton, wss continental railroads, They will unanimously adopted j.sterday at be effective August 28, conference of church workers The rate, affect shipment, from a"d members of the International Spokane, Walla W", Yakima, Reform bureau, The conference and coast points to all eastern ter- also considered plan for prevent ritory extending from aU, Paul, tag boxing contests on holidays Omaba and Denver tu the Atlkntla In New Jersey end fir Lie instllu- seaboard, it was anneuneed, Boardman To Speak to Club B. B. B'-iammaa, lormtf ar .oi- af of fha .latl.mal nagasine Pub- )j p. Boardmaa, former- rt, sdi . pfnggnpewe. r-f f . I aa tha uiisntcr at t hit Am".", w$t. -r T- " " a 1 in.ihjnn at InH pusiue.. Comm.PPl.lM- Monday noon r Boardmai pas appvaieo Pf- r. ixi.iu ft i n fore a number of the civic urgan nations of be city end, has se lect4 tor hi tqnlc t'fnter reltionc et Civic Organisations." Mike Gibbons and O'Dowd to Battle St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 20. Ml. r-ihw, and Mike O Dowa. bl. Paul middleweight boxers, have m; Love fee h. mj.irh.ii for a ten-round bout'mcetlng 10; - n . mm I. j -M f j WUUxd w 1,1 referee. and Sheriff A. D. McMartin, Ven and Under Sheriff William wounded by a man they at battle with pursuers, it was distance across the eastern Ven tura boundary. In Loa Angeles county. They came across the man, according to word sent bere, and he opened fire. The first shot killed Kelly instantly. Sheriff Mc Martin fel with a bullet near hi. heart. The fugitive fled into the hill, near Owensmouth. Police head quarters In this city were notified of the shooting; oni a squad ot po licemen was sent to fid tu the Punlu,t- Normal To Head Monmouth structor and city superintendent of schools at The Dalle, and for eight years city superintendent ot school, at Pendleton. Prom Pen dleton Landers went to the Uni versity ot Colorado, where he earned his master's degree. Hi then went to the University of New Mexico as head ot the de partment ot philosophy and pay rhology and was later made presi dent ot the New Mexico state nor mal school at La. Vegas which po sition he held at the time ot hi. appointment to the Oregon post. wife, who recently filed a motion In court asking that be be called to show cause why he bad not paid the altmony. it was sold by the sheriff without hi. knowledge and the deed to the property Is now tn the hand, ot ths attorney ot his former spouse. In her motion Mrs. Fltoh state, that her ex-husband was capable of earning $100 a month, but the statement Is denied by Fitch, who olalms that he has no Income and that he cannot earn that much be cause he ts 70 years of oge. Flteh further asserts that the property was sold for $400 by the sheriff subject to the mortgage, Its real value being $1600, and that It represented bis total wealth with exception ot $80 In cash. He ask. that the court return htm hi. property, HardingRequested To Appoint Bryan ean 0, N, J Aug.. A resolution requesting President tlon ef l.gal proceedings against Teg Kick a ri I nd 3thsr responsi ble for the Denip n.v Oarpenller fight en the greuids of "oon.pl rscy," d Attempting Camp Meeting. pi rree meinoaisi Vfurcn About u camper, ar aircaay 8t the grounds In Amity attending l... ' ,he annual camp meeting of the!". hTr! AU'IQUUIBI UilUILU WfllCU 0J- .... ... gan there August IV for a 10 day inesslon. According to Key. W. T. Klot,bac, -..trlcT elder ta'an ' . . . . ' ;manv more are exoscted before -1 j the seriss la over. Next Wednesday has been set aside by those In charge an a special missionary day, with Rev. fi. 0. Plark ot India the princi pal sp.aker. Following I tho l.'ly program Ol me t mating ( a. aeuruuia t 9:30; children, preaching 10:$P; 1 V-TA n m- rfne meet- l 1 IS- .reach- U ' t Oregon Man To Direct Philip Carrol, of Port land, to Head Work of Distributing Food to Starving. Riga. Aug. aQ.fbe agreement between the United State, ana Russia providing for American re lief for the famine stricken district ot Russia was signed at M:s o'clock this morning by Waiter Lyman Brown. European repre sentative of the American relief administration, and Maxim Llt Ttnoff, representative of the Rus sian famine committee. Philip Carroll of Portland, Or., will at least temporarily head the work feeding: the starving people ot Russia, a task the American re lict administration considers the greatest it has yet faced. Walter L. Brown. European director ot the administration, announced to day that Mr. Carroll would lead the first party of relief workers, which probably will leave here for Moscow on Thursday next. Mr. Carroll, who has been with the ad ministration two years, made aa excellent record by bis work in Germany, South Russian and Ser bia. Greg Also Oreeonian. The other members of the tint party will Include John P. Gregg of Portland, who has had experi ence with relief administration In Poland and Lithuania; E. O. Neur land ot California, who comes from a post In Austria: Carlton G. Bow el, a Rhodes scholar who was with the first American relief workers In Belgium and who later was in Hungary, and Will G. Bhaftrona, Denver. who bas worked for the relief administration in Poland and Chechoslovakia. Hope that the signing ot the agreement today would lead to further relations between Russia and America was expressed tn speeches made by M. Lltvlnotf and M. Melrovttz, the Latvian premier. Kussla ts, by the terms of con tract, made the beneficiary ot a tar reaching program, which In clude., not only providing food for the people of the famine stricken Volga region, but the combatting of epidemic Ship. Ordered Loaded. It t. understood orders alresdy have gone to Hamburg, Dansig and New York, directing that re lief ships be loaded with food and medicines tor Russia. Actual work In Russia poaslbly may commence In a little more than a week, Political and commercial activ ities will be outside the realm of the worker, duties and any viola tion of tbt. clause ot the agree ment may be cause tor expulsion from Russia, upon proofs being submitted to the directors ot the relief work, AU Americana en gaged In feeding and earing fey I the famine sufferers will eejuy lUBUuuauo rig ma. All relief shipments will be transported free p( charge tit points selected by the Americana, who will have absolute control of distribution, It Is the plan to re strict relict measures to those peoi pie who pre In actual distress, and, to prevent government employes, and men In the army and navy from coming Into poeseaalon ef .uppltea. The Russian famine committee will co-operate with the American, relief pdmlnUtratlon pndl the, Americans will not operate In dis trlcts where tb. Russians, are able tq prarlda rations, flpes, creed and political status will be forgot ten, and reports of tb. work; being dona will be given the wor)4 with out Interference by tb. soviet gov ern input: Uk Hrawn will return tn I.OQ- aott wlth his secretary, leaving i) csptaia John Milter, bead, pf the ujn.ioutr.tt.w in, the Blt(c the rcmaindsr- of th. task handling tb big Riga base. Soviet Reserve. Control. Waihlagton, -ug. 10. The A .aT-M ! - - ! n i , . iu, iueiu ii v. tit American relief administration, but not American ptflicals or re lict workers, Secretary Hoover aid today. The relief admlnhjt tratlon, he explained, has volnn i teered, however, to withdraw saw ot its agents In the event ot un warranated political activities ot tbelr part. Plass arc being made tq chi a special train tq carry Mai county Shrincrg tq Albany, 8 tcmbcr t, te attend a picnic.