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VOL. IX, No. 100
HUNS MUG MEDICINE MTU THE RUSK Mt.VN'Uri HAVK I.VDDIt IKM'IIK INFH KNCK TWO IM):i!H WOILII UK MKXACK lnlii AbmtU I'mxnt-ry III V"rl l.'nmii) anil ! t Fear Imrgn ltitl (hvnt'r II) Ueacli. X. II., June IS. Warning thai If a maliltt government U not (HtubliictiiKl in 'HiimhIb, Ger many utlllzo lluimluu resourced and mau-power mid again become grout menace to the people of Eu rope w-as given by David H. Francis, AiiHTlrun amlmwtador to Russia, j Mr. Frani-is waa prompted to makti tliu itiateiiioiil by the recent' api-octuyi of Frank iA. Vundorllp, ' formerly proHlilmit of t lie National1 Oily llauk of NVw York In which! Mr. Vundorllp kmvb his view of the1 lmt iiHt rlul HttmUlon In Europe ami told America that she muxt be pre pare to extend her credit to put European bimlncitH cm Its fuel. "1 have road with great interest," a Id the ambamiador, "Mr. Vander llp'a not" of warnlnic delivered be fore! the. Economic Club in New York several day ago. Mr. Vandorllp had unequalled facilities for studying condition! in Europe during hlfl five montliN' visit and hla ad drcmc. coming aa It doe from the president or the largeat financial In tltntlon in America, Imparts moat ruliiable Information. 'He la not In the diplomatic service; If he were he would have thought a aeoond time concerning hla utterance about labor con dit Ionic In Knuluml. Those con dition are more or lita aorloua in very Kuropenn country and merit attention even in the United States, "The bolshevik spirit which Is now manifesting itself In the CVuiadlan nnntm. i am ima io see IB frowned npon 1y the Mtor unions In that country as well as in our own. If that spirit should dominate In the new world or even If It should per moate labor circles to the extent it did in Russia in tho beginning of the bolshevik revolution, It would as It did there attempt to appropriate the lunds end that would be very deplorable for the labor unions or America. Here the public domain, immense, as It was, has practically all 'been takeu up by the settlers who own the soil they tlH and would not listen with any patience to tho bolshevik doctrine of nationalizing the land. "lienlne has realized this as. be fore I loft iRuaala, he said 'bolxhev Ism (had no cause to fear the large land owners or feudal barons as he called ithent, but the small holders among the peasantry were the most powerful enomlos or bolshevlsm. "Relations between our country nnd Russia fiave always been or the most friendly character and were not interrupted toy our abrogating the commercial treaty wtth that ootmtry as we did In 1912. When I went to iRiissIa as ambassador arljr in 1916, one year berore we entered the war, my first or main object was to negotiate a comimorclal timty. I 'broached the subject t Suzanoff, minister of forolpn nffatra, under tho empire at our rirst Interview, and was t greatly dlRap lonited when he said to mo that 'Russia would make no more treat ies until her commercial relatione with her allies were defined and de termined.' " "YAXKEU" 8KXK IIV COLLLS- SIOV WITH If ALIAX SHIP New York, June 12. The steam whip Yankee, operated by the U. 8. hlplng (board, aank lout might off Pire-Jsland after being in colllsaion wtth the Italian steamship 'Armgen tla. The Yankees crew was taken abottrtl the lArmgentla. BY Foreign ligation ommlMce Htrlkes Out Object iomibln Hn-tln He fore Presenting Washington, Juno 12.-Senator Knox's resolution putting the tonate on rocord against ucceptlng the Inugiifl of nutlona In the term of the ptwe treuiy wan reported In atnonded form by the annate foreign relations committee. The section which would declare It the policy of the American government to co operate to remove the menace when- over the peace of Europe wae again tiiroatened. wua struck out. ( oniitor Sterling, republican, South ixikta. introduced a resolution re moving to congrowi the right to de termlno tho Justness of the obllga tlon Impoaed on thla country under tho much discussed section 10 of tho 'lengue covenant. MBIT, Mllll Umclcm, June 12. A communist government will be proclaimed In Aiwtrla Sunday with promise of Im mediate success, according to Infor mation received here today. Indi cation oro that about forty per cent of the Austrian army is bolshe- vlk and the communists are expect ed to quickly align themselves with the Hungarian communists. lu-nxxlcllng Fire Truck The city council has made a trade and secured J. M. Tetherows big National clivals in exchange for the Ford c'hasl. which proved too lleht for efficient service. Fireman viand ilolowell. K. O. Elliott and t. Cole are now busy with the romodollng. When completed the tXUCk Will not nnlv mrrv tanks but also several lenitths of 214 Inch fire hose, thus giving the :clty two combination chemical and nose trucks LOS ANGELES CLUB HOLDS TO FIRST PLACE 8n Francisco, June 12. The close or the second month or play lit the Pacific Coast league season of 1919 showed lw Angeles still rrmly entrenched In rirst place which it has held ever since the first jweek of the play. Several changes !. uiuurreu nowever auring tne interval of four weeks. Sacramento has been (he greatest sufforer having fallen from third to sixth position. Oakland, on" the othor hand, has lieen tho greatest gainer, having risen from .fifth olace to third, and only a few points re moved from seoond position. Portland ihae "been consistent in that it bas steadfastly remained in last place ever icluce the season started, with Seattle onlv a few points better. IT The Ui S. , depnrtment or agrlcul? ture ibureau ot crop estimates re ports the Josephine county wheat crop as tollows: Pall wheat. 1,200 acres; condition 100 per cent. Spring wheat, 800. acres, condition 93 per cent. Josenhine and Harnev conn- tics are the smallest wheat produc ing counties of the state where wheat M raised at all, each county being credited with 2000 acres. Hood River, Clatsop, Curry. Lincoln and Tillamook counties raise no wheat. RESOLUTION AMENDED J0SEPH1NESFALLS0WN T IS 1 00 PER CEN OUA.VTg PAM, JOSEPHINE OOP5TT. GERMANS ARE WITHDRAWING FROM RHINE f.-UICMA.V MYllilAXH KEKM TO BE I'KKI'AltlVO KIR AOVAXCK OK TIIK A i, Lira REFUSE TO ALTER PEAK TERMS I'euce t'onferc-nre I lucks Demand On lieia Kun to t'eafte HiMtilltlcs I'arU. June 12 It is the evident impression in Paris that the allied reply to Germany will refuse the re quest for Important alterations In the terms. The Germans will be given five days in which to make up their minds. The reoly will probably be ready Saturday night. Some minor concessions are to be granted. A Coblens dispatch saya the Ger mans are withdrawing U material from territories east of the allied bridgeheads. It also reports that German forces are being retired on the east bank of the Rhine. indications are that there is a dlsiMwItlon on the part of be Ger man civilians to be prepared for an allied advance. I'arlx June 12. Th neace cn ference has decided to back up de mand uin Bela Kun to cease hos tilities. His reply was unsatisfac tory. , FUNDS ASKED FOR Washington, June 12. Attorney General Palmer has asked congress for a balf million dollars to carry on the hunt for anarchists, bomb throwers and enemies ot law and order. TltANSIHllT RAMMED BY mCDONIK IS BEACHKD Xew York, June 12. The trans- prt Graf waldersee, which -was ram med. last night by the ateamshiD Re- dondo, was beached today at Ixmg Reach. DRIVE AGAINST VICE Tanvpa, Fla;. June 12. Five hun dred Tampa women have formed the woman's Protective "League and say they propose to clean up organized vice by direct action that they pro pose to undermine its support. By the establishment ot a sort of moral credit ibureau this organiza tion proposes to furnish any woman a confldentlal reort on the "double lire" of iher husband If she wants it. The Inquirer does not even need give her own name in making the inquiry; she may designate a post- office box address or anv nlaca where tin agent of the league may deposit the report on Ms investiga tion. Organisers of the (bureau sav that 70 of their number have uledged to do the investigating work in the open wihlle the remainder will work in secret. "&6 many have eueh old renro- bates for husbands." eaid one of the chiefs, "they can't work openly be cause these husbands won't let them. Thererore they will work secretly." The theory of the league Is that if a man has not been walking the straight and nar row path one Of the 500 will know about it or at least can find out. IIIIIIVlllA TAMPA WOM OREOOW, THURSDAY. JIXK PORTLAND GETS m i NIN (XXMI'OTITIOX IS STHOXG BK- TWKEST lOKTU.l AXII XEW OILLKAX8 SPECIAL TRAIN FROM COAST Westerners Serve More Than 12,fMM) Drinks of Loganberry Juice to Thirsty Crowds Indianapolis, June 12. Portland, Ore., was selected over New Orleans for the 1920 meeting of the Imperial council of the Order of the Mystic Shrine. (Portland sent a soecial train carrying the Al Kader band, Arab patrol, chanters and dancing girls," together with many western Shriners, all of which made a big impression on tti Indianapolis con vention and gave a sample of what may be expected in the way of enter tainment at the next .annual meet Ing. Portland Shriners served 15J20 drinks of loganberry Juice at the convention. W. 11. C. Monthly Mnetino General Logan W. R. C will hoM their regular semi-monthly meeting Saturday afternoon. Every member Js urgently requested to be present Several new members will be initi ated into General Logan G. A. R. and aU Cival War veterans are cor dially invited to bo present. Flag Day exercise will be held, refresh ments served, and a social hour will close the afternoon. Washington, June 12. The house Interstate commerce committee has favorably reported a bill for the im mediate return or wire systems to private control. HAGKX IS GOLF CMAMP Newton, Mass., Jun 12. Walter Hagen today won the national golf championship by -one stroke in IS holes. , I FRANCE IS TRIG TO HND SELF Paris, June 12. The political up heaval in France, predicted as an aftermath of' the war, appears to have begun. After the modifica tion of factional lines in the socialist party, the former extremist minor ity lhas (become the majority. The new socialist maloritv. tak ing a far more extreme Dosltlon than the element led by Albert Thomas and 'Marcel Sembat, former war min isters does not yet openly pronounce ror 'Bolshevist principles, though in the majority there Is a still further extremist minority that demands Im mediate adherence to the doctrines or Lenlne. Several new political elements an- pear to be making and in some or them the soldier wilt, for the rirst time, make (his Influence felt.' Soldier candidates are likely ' to be numerous. There Is already talk ot (Colonel (Roynat, the hero of the Fort of Vaux, as a candidate against the socialist leader and ibolshevist sympathizer. Jean Longuet grand son of Karl Marx. . M. Caillaux. whose candidacy for re-election in the Sarthe has been announced, may also have a soldier opponent. ' ' vUllMIIMI'IriWnnim r nrnnnr ON RETURN OF WIRES 12, 1919 III REBEL ATTACK General Angeles With Thousand Men Xear City Beady For An Attack . Juarez, Mex., June 12. General Ajigele'a rebel force la moving against Juarez. The federal garri son is ready for attack and civilians are moving from the city to safer quarters. ' General Angeles is believed to have a thousand men and is four miles from the city. He la not ex ported to attack, until night onle the federals advance. !E IE FOR AGED Portland, June 12. Oregon Ma sons will have a real home for their aged members as well aa for the or phans the A. 4c. & A. M. want to edu cate. This was decided at yester days session of the grand lodge in session here when the committee having the matter in charge made Its final report The committee had the power to act. The site selected is near Forest Grove. The committee is a Joint one, com posed of masters and grand masters and the members ot the Eastern Star. Will More, past grand master of Pendleton Is chairman, the others being: Pauline Moors Riley, Rose J. Wilson, Lena Mendenhall, J. S. Roark, Frank J. Miller, OHver P. Coshow and TJoyal M. Graham. Af ter looking over many sites it was decided to accept the offer of Hol- brook lodge. A. F. & A. M. of For est Grove, which consists of 15 acres at Haines station; it is expected to add 15 or 20 acres more to this tract. E TO CENTRAL EUROPE London, June 12. Poland 4s now hemmed in Iby (boishevism and the Austrian-Hungarian soviet army. The menace of ibolshevism in Central Europe is again causing concern. The Slovaks and Kolchak's forces are being repulsd in Russia. (XLONKL HOISK TO IA1U1LK IX THE HUSH QUESTION Dublin, June 12. A (Paris dis patch claims authority for the state ment that the Irish question will be raised in the ipeace conference. Col. E. M. House -will visit England to urge upon the (British government the necessity of settling the Irish question. It is said that he also Intends to visit Ireland. Winona, Minn.. June 12. Former Congressman James A. Tawney tiled today. James A. Tawney, republican, was bom near Gettysburg, Pa., January 8, 1855. He left Pennsylvania in 1S77 and located In Winona. Minn. While working as a blacksmith and machinist, young Tawney studied law evenings and later entered the law department of the University of Wisconsin, that being the only school he attended after the age of 14. He was elected to the Minne sota state senate in 1890. He was elected to the '58d, 54th. C6th, 67tlh, 58th, 59th and 60th congress. JUAREZ FEU MASONIC GRAND LODG BOLSHEVISM CONGRESSMAN WHOLE XUMBER Mtl CALIFOHS . f ORDERED 10 LEAVE POSTS CHICAGO REPORTS STRIKE OF OPERATORS PRACTICABLY ATAXEXD ; UNION HEAD SAYS 18,000 OUT Railroad Operators Ordered to Re. fnse Business After S p. in. Next Saturday San Francisco, June 12. Orders from national headquarters for tel- ephne operators and electrical workers in this district to leave their post Monday, June 16, have been re ceived. Chicago, June 12. Western Union and Postal Telegraph officials said today that the strike of the wire op erators is practically at an end. 8. J. Konencamp, president of the commercial telegraphers' union, re ported that between 18,000 and 20, 000 operators quit yesterday and several thousand more will quit to day. Both aides say they are satisfied. The Postal company lost more oper ators than the Western Union. St Louis, June 12. President E. Man ion today ordered members m the order of Railroad Telegraph ers to discontinue handling: (business of the Western Union and Postal Tel egraph companies after 6 a, im. Sat urday, June 14. This order affects 80,000 railroad operators and 30,- 000 offices. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS BILL DEFEAT IS IN SIGHT Washington, June . 12. A rider repealing the daylight savings law, effective when the clocks are turned back in October, 'has been added to the agricultural aDDroorlation bill by unanimous vote of the senate ag ricultural committee. KEEP UP A BOLD FRONT Budapest, (May 20, (A. P. corres pondence.) This "red" city still flaunts its color scheme aranged for the May Day celebration. The com munists have hoisted the red 'banner on the castle which is the headquar ters ot Bela Kun, the big chief of the. soviet. Red bunting also wares from the Hotel Hungarla, where the food is hoarded and where the min isters have sequestered themselves wit,h a bodyguard of red soldiers. It Is there where it is affirmed they keep their most prized hostages . in durance vile. iA, brave show is etlll made ot keep ing up the government, with much dashing to and fro of ministerial au tomobiles. There have been more arrests since the counter revolution ists succeeded in blowing up a big munition factory. The cost of "painting the city red" tor the May Day celebration was at rirst estimated at 12 million crowns but today the supplementary infor mation is forthcoming that the red ' bunting used In such (profusion was only paper "war cloth" which proved a failure for other purposes. So ft was dyed red and hung up as it eame cheaper than paint. '