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WIRE DISPATCHES TODAY'S NEWS PRINTED TODAY . SALEM OREGON, THURSDAYLYli f 11 7 A S A ii A " 1 ivilr. 1))U IQ STANDS FIVB OT.WT1 VASTTH RQWQ SEES HISTORIC RELIC HERE TODAY Tn MM I MIICIP mo W UUKU3' iiilmT.r,.n nnnrn t yV il -A I Wirill I inrnTW nn i lumnimnumjuiu, M , ! 1 : 7 1 1 U ml ULU V UL Every Man To Penetrate En- tanglements Dies In German Trenches CHARGE FURIOUSLY WHEN ENEMY CRIES "YIELD" Heavy Fighting In Northern District of France Is Promised I'nris. .Inlv 1 H A thrill,,... .-.; . ",T of last mouth's fighting in Alsace waon iui oe.inng mums an.t bugles sound ing the Marseillaise. chuiisseurs charged ' .'ind swept the (ienuans from Met.eral,: was related in an "eye witness' state-I li.i'iil made public today. I "The battle began on .lone l' and' ended on "he -Nt when the enemy tinri.u.l M... 1 .... 1 .. . . town. the statement said. ' ' This , I"l'l 'inch, she smoked intermittent forced them to evacuate the Winter t!iv'nK Ul'f testimony, Mrs. Ilngel woods mid the village of Sunder-i 1;'IZIll","i Uensoti, sister of Mrs'. Maria nnch. Our forces occupied Sondernac:i 1'"r,,r' who' yesterday told of the (lis nil the night of the -.'1st despite a heavy! l'0Vt'.r.v t,f 0;ve of money anil of the i'ne from lierman mitrailleuses planted ''"'' "If, the bodies of two slain men, on the left bank of the Itiver Freeh. I Ji-('Ik''I that no cattlemen were murder- "The attack was carefully planned j Vli 110 treasure chest in which tony in advance. More than go miles uou w"8 buried following tin, murder of road were com'rlicted aud prepura- 1111,1 robbery, here iu ldtiS us in chnrged. tory trenches dug under a stendv fire M- Henson found many followers fcom the ei.emy. The assault on thol '' he miido the assertion on the titteenth was onlered alter a fierce' """id that the murder, the robberv ami ,"1",""""'le- ,. burying of the chest wore myths. ....A lion of chausseurs charged I he ""id she was living with Mrs Mill No. s:;o to the music uf bugles and I'orter at the time the alleged crime ' rums. ii .ns enthusiasm the bass1 was committed. The prosecution hus drummer burst In- ,1m, i fii...i .. . .,' " . he l,,.r n., . l 7 """"i ' 'i . v'l I MUM), "Twenty officers, nil noniommis Hionod officorj nnd tiH.'l men were taken prisoners, ' ' The Account Cfkntiim.w n or chausseurs penetrated (iermaii en-1 tanglements in the luce of heavv fire from Mitrailleuses, when the i'licmv! shouted "surrender" und ceased tiring! teiniioiarilv. Th"el i .. ... ... . :.;.. "r "! ..-.i ..-.! u i in treucnes niu then were -nuaged in hand to-hand eont'liet Vv greatly superior numbers. Their com-! r"-les later found every ehausseur ,lca 1. Norwegian Stenmer Sunk. Yarmouth, July IS. Torpedoed with out waruinir. the ,,rw. ,.,, .i """ I.'vm was sunk by a German subciarine i.l I Shipwash last night. The vessel Kink within three minutes. The Item's second officer was killed by the explosii.n eaused bv the torne.ln. ttlll .,t .i... ... i . " " ' " crew escape, I. rour- ecu men from the liym were landed here today. The ship carried a cargo of ' "!!., ! Hie Kvm was a steel vessel of MTr n-ei mug. it was built J'.XiS. Amsterdam. '.Inlv 1". Tk.i ifi.,i .1:. iot has been placed in state of siege, 'iccordi IU7 to Ilerli div. All eonstitutiieial rights as to in-1 wolability of private homes, freedom i .- i-tiwm- iipiiu-s, 1 reeiiom 1 '! siieech and riulit ,.r .,... ,,i,t.. i,. .. 1 11 repealed. The dispatches 'do not I explain why this action has been taken i " ri-spei-t to te ilistrict about tier-1 "any s nig naval base. Oernu n y Senug " RegreU. ' Washington, July 1.". K'jipres.ion of "Ulcere regret for the to-pe brng of the Vmeri.-an ship Xebrnskati and of offers "f i iunpeii' a' ion were mu le bv li.-r 1 any in a memorandum re eive.l at the -ate department today. The note whs Ii iii, b', to Ambas-ndor Gerard in Mer lin several davs ago. Market Was Irregular But Closed Stronger ''"pyright 1HIS e n I Mi Pi.st J by the New York I .New- Vork. July IS After a day .if I '"K'liiir and desultory trading the, "lock n.ark. t , o-e, distinctly stronger, .110I in the later iioiir ,U-nnc. o 1 'I Iroiu mete snecolutive ,ssu.,a 1.1 1 1. .. J" 'ni, lard railway shares. . u.,,a the "" order stocks le. 111 occasional vi,. "nt iiiuM-ments during a g I part of, " the .uv. T, i,,,n- f i. .;.. ,.. .1.,,.,,'an half dozen industrial ,l,are. ismi '"'' 1 it munition contracts. Korooean selling wa. again negbgible J't'i llll If la.iUt.. 1 I.U 1 - f 1 . z . . 'tun-. i unit r. hi ifri) Bcri'i ''f,Ti. .sti-rtuirf Pl,ana rnt. ,ff(' ? ''-tn.hy owt-r in pt of thi n"I thriH- inontlm' .1ih,'.,i:i(i- it Lti..ri-J t vA with tri Lank rat. T I" tiif Uuk of Kin! in r w,tv; ft lIlMllfllt il,.,rat . .. ' ' " vi ladvil I II I'D llf-i in 1 . ith subw-riiituiiis ti tha .- . 1 I ere -( firs t,.,! (,v an in. rea. f, uu.re 1 nan :o.'ei,i,iui j .I..J.,,,,,, for ' her than the goxernmeet a.-coutit ret ,.. .(, .cont, W1J ' II and government deposit will riM. (County Attorney Will Ask That Charges Be Dismissed Against One Bedford, Iowa, July 15. County At torney Burrell announced today flint he would ask Justice Sawyer to dismiss charges against Bates Huntsman, one of four aged farmers charged with com plicity in the imirdei wl a wealthy cat tleman und his son here in lKtls, if the petition is granted, it means that the charges against the other three defend ants will be dropped. It is believed justice .lawyer will approve of the dis missal of the charges. Huntsman was arrested following the iivrni uiieunning or f treasure chest on a farm near Siam, Iowa, said to i-uuuiiu ifnu.ouu. It was said the money was loot takeu from n puttLmn.n 1... "l... i . i - w iuti uumes uoys t.'"K f "Inch Huntsman was said to tie Hu-uiui-r, kiiu tout later the cattleman whose name is unknown, was killed. A special guard is protecting Sam Anderson whose visiv 10 Attorney Bul imia for aid in collecting a quarter share of the treasure to which lie savs he is entitled, started the probe. (Vllllll a ClOUd Ot Slllouo From n not-i, , ": ' . R,v ' " l the victims ot' tiie altered crimt. American Ambassador To Russia Dislikes War f-J.'k.' I- D.l J VUHUIUUUi 1U rCirOgraa : a Washington, July J.i. George T. M.,,.-. i , . " lr- ' '""'r"'ai' "'"''"ssa lor to Hussia, , -"l .-"etary of state l1"' n"'1 1 rM"'' -Secretary Tun.- An under official of the state dei.art- uieut hail earlier in the ,1m- ,l,.,-i,.r.i ... .! ..... . . - i k. .' J.',. ..V" eut but mii r a'lHime,! mis coniiriniition w nn error Th ......fii,.t i . 7 "mi" i in siateinetils, Zr '!!'' xr ' T ziiiiiiuMMiiuur I .. - l I. ..- . '" ""'"ni nome. ivnn L,ansiug and Tumulty insisted that he is pleased with, his post although conditions in I'ctrogrnd nr.. not what they would have I n but for the war, ! Grants Pass Voters Ratify Railroad Deal t Grants r.-ns., lire., Julv 15. With oulv 7"i of the tlnrisund vm... , , ,. ' '' "i tne iniriHiiri'i voles cast III the Mt,e,,inl ..l....ii.. 1...1.J .........1.... .. : itered against it, the i i.n'tia. t made be ' tween the citv and the Twohv lirothers "'"Uipnny ol Portland was ratified bv the voters ot Grants l'a. 1'nder the tft terms ol the contract the Twohv f:r'ii nas taken over the municipal railro 0.-1 I one fxieu.uiig ir,u tins citv to the Applcgat.- allcv, till has guaranteed its extension to Takilma, in the Illinois valley, a disluiue of 4'i mil.-.-. T!ie ratificatioti ot tue contract was the ''iiise of a noisy cell I rat 1011 in the citv that coiitiir.ie.1 late into the night. At the same election the i-itiens vot ed to gie the liogiie Hiver Public Senile corpiraiton a trniehi.se for th liisiallaiiou ef a new c,-,tr:c bg'it and P'"W( svstem III the 1 Itv. The vote upon this was 7.'ci to loii. f OCri OftproA Tn M 1 VUOII xuwtvu IU 1I1VA1V.U1I Soldiers To Quit Fighting Gfllv in.-al "tin, Texas. July I" General 's. cOMiuiandi-r of the a-ran who captiir-'l Vnuii ',t. i r ash bonuses to ent-rriv Sol-IHTS ; 1 s' a s. of leru to lav d .w 11 their arms w.tlrn a luontu otficial .1 ii -it 1 h to the 1 arrmmsla I I ja!,,"'r here stated today ; l ' EXPENSES BROKE HIM New York. Jolt i:.-Frauk Kee, ri-al est.it- i-ertor. pur ehst-. a trois-eau for his iaui.'l.ter Marion, inchijir.g .' pairs of shi-s, II pairs of g!oe and thr'r dl's, and ttl-j , roti, e ol tiink 'apt. y. STRIKERS DARE OFFICERS TO TRY TO GET $25 FINE Characterized As Strike Of Organized Labor Against Owners' Greed Cardiff, July 13, Great Hritaiii to day faced the most aerious internal trouble since the opening of th war when practically every coal miner in south Wale went on strike. The men laid down their li,l in ,...,. r the government's threat to enforce the muiiiinins act, it is estimated that llM.ouO walked nut. The strike went into effect nuainst tho advice of a mnjoiitv of the labor lenders, who urged that' action be de ferred pending u decision from the fed eration's executive committee. lSv walking out the men virtually dared the. government to attempt to collect - daily as a fine fnmi each striker which the n.iniitioiii act imposes. "If Vtail believe, I tii.Tin- Mint Mm .lil,.i imces between the strikers and employ- wuiimi soon ne settled the enecu tive committee represeiitiim tun work- ini'n exuected to nirrim m l.iua uriinraiioa. i tie strike wil nro lab v last only to the end of this week, hijr the wd'kers pxpresscil tho belief that ii vi mini prove 10 lie an ctlivtive pro test .IL'nillst the nvert-lllinin.r nt'A- 1. bor in the present situation. "e ilo not want to embarrass the government,' one leader declared, "but we believe now is thhe lime to striKe against orgnni.ed oreed "Collier (iwuers are reali'.inif huuc Profits fro, n We know they iplatl to close the pits indefinitely when their coffers are filled at the end of t.ie struggle and starve us into sol mission at their own terms. We ask only a fair deal fr our men and their ianiines. ' Hailroads from the mines to the entl hocks were suspended today. A nuin bcr of coal vessels were ton ed to re er main idle, and , , ,f , ' " iL .. ' . "avv 0"l,"'i, 1,0,11 ,h" fielda ol Smith Wale PnM ,h,,l,l h, strike fall ,0 III1 HI 1 COM 1 1 V Hltt tM HARRY WILL OWN ZONK Malone. N. V . .Inlv 1 If Harry goes tuthe Sun Francisco exposition he will assume own ersiiip ot tne zone, ' was the comment of Kvelvn Neshit Thaw here today upon the ver dict or the jury fin, ling sane. Mrs. Thaw takes T.iaw issue with the jury. "Harry is insane." she de- dared. "If he is freed he will soon show that, lie may have concealed it from the jury for a time, but with his first taste f Ibpior he wdl again become a crav, irressinsible character. " CHAMP CLARK AT EXPO. Sun l'iaiicl.,0, July l.".-Ku Fran cis.o i. entertaining .speaker Champ 'link today. licpublicans and deinociats, eioi tin 1 otficer.i and city ol finals, Hun Fraii.-ico resident and f,iir yisitor joimd iii acting as hosts. Clark aldrossi-d the han Frulieiseo 1 ninti.ercial dub and the I'aocdit'-rs ol the 1 onfcderniv during the dv. To night ne will be the gue-t nf honor at the exiKisition. Tiioiorrow he is t' lie tn or of the li. v at the Liberty xep-ises at tin- fair. THE WEATHER Oregon: Fairt" niht ami Friday; westerly nind. cm j( m VILN LIUUIM DILL M IN THE CHERRY CITY v B.WMMW(4i k1 ' s,'-f..y..s;..:.:is Uuiating Liberty Uell on car at rhiladelplila. Philadelphia bade good bye to the Liberty Hell on Julv 5. Kscorted by a brigade of Ihe Pennsylvania iiationnl gourd the old 'llevolulionai y relic passed before the uvea of thousands of persons gathered for the iciciiionv. Ihe bell was hoisted on a specially constructed cur and amid cheers left for the Panama I'acifie exHsition. Six months will elapse before the historic bell will be returned to its case in Independence Hall, Philadelphia. RZASNYSZ CA BY GERMAN FORCES Berlin, via wirelea to London, July , l-'i. Oermnn torcea tnrmed and rap lured I'rzasnys, fifty miles north of Warsaw, the nr offiee unnouiiied to day. The Russians are now retreating over the Muds toward Mnkof and Ciechannf, the uffielul statement sai l. Koine nrtil- lery was abandoned ,y tl miuy in the retreat. The Germans entered Prr.nsiivs. for the second tunc a a result of their vic tory aiinoun I today. It was copturi-.l early this spring after a three days' struggle, but Li..r again fell into the hands of the Idmsiana. Of oilier fiht ing iu Poland. Hie statement declared: "Near Kalwiria we captured seveial positions and held them despite strong counter attacks Northwest of huwalki we stolincd He heights of Olsimka." ".oiith of I, dim we captured the vil lllbte of Kollsll blld im.miIioi.s !, east," the statement continued. '"South of the l.arak'ik I.iininki line we cm, tuted over LM'ii) men and enht mu 'III lie guns. "On the western front the Freiidi d.. livered ri.pei.te, heavy attacks against our lines yesterday in celebration of Kastile day lo-ar Houchei and in l.ep retre fureit. These attacks failed aft er fierce f ihtirilr f elliM- tl ill. f I I m during which the enemy anffered extra ordinary losses " Trenfh Tka Oernun Trench. Pan. Julv Ii. In 1 fierce "i hour battle north of Arras the V n. to-1. ca 1 tured a Geriiinii trench south of Chateau 1 arleiil, tin- 1 ommunique from the war office aiinoiniceil todsy. In renewed fighting ,etren hi Mihiel and Ptint a tnottRt,n Cuno, regiment wns caught between the tire of t'rem-h line hint-guns and mitraillrus n and S'lffered heavy ,, Attacks in the " Islivrinlh " in ml,i..l, I......I.. and ham grenades tr hung used, con tin ue. Peat Mot Coaildrel ! .nn.lon -I .' I X 1 Ii, ,.;. not even ritntidering pofsible letma .r j fie t 4 " K n 7 D' ED an early peace. Premier As.piith minle this slati' incut today in the house of "ominous in response to a question as to whether the goierniiieril is endenvor ing to asceitiiiii the terms under which Germany would consent to immediate ie nee. Modesty Is Watchword At Coney Island Resort New York, Julv IV Modesty is now the wall 1. woid lor the I oncv li.lnnd bat nog lie. oh "upturn Gliddcti, u charge of sleuths m have been pa , Irolinil the beadi with measuring sti-l and binocolijii, has spi-citic-l the mu t of suits women wdl not be permitted tn wear hcieiilt. r. lb' has gi en ores of warnings and today oecliired urn-sis would be ui'olc in the future II, oe Is what 1 . 1 1 I t -11 I, .'unshed 1 1011, the bi-.i, h: I lne joe, e suits. Knitted etses Wdh open sbi'M-s. klC, Unit d I I-, 0 the knees Garments with low ne. ks and backs. Tights without a bathing suit over I hem. The "bathing sod.," which shows the bather s dimpled knees. ROOHEVEI.T WILL PAH8 TIIHOUOJI MONDAY Poiibind. Or. Ji.lv IV-- Thetldore ll'tosevelt Will spend k'"l miniiti'S 111 Portland et Mondav afi'-rii'ion. a a teltiam recened ntding to from bi in bv llisloc H iloiiei, of the Lpi. copal 'hiifch, todav. Ihe forirt-r I'fesolt'lit will a'r rive from Smile at .1 In o lo. k 1 a the Shii-'a Limited. and l.ur for Si.n Fraio 11 sett at .t'l 011 the same train ITIms train will pass thnoitth Shletn .1 4 1 o'clock next Mon day aftrrnit.il and stops about five minutes.) II Teams and Automobiles Cross Bridge In a Veritable Stream to Arrive In Time-Men, Women and Children Shout and Scream With Delight and Enthusiasm and Old Men Weep In Joy At Sight of Beloved Relic-Crowd Is Handled Admirably by Cherrians and Militia With whistles screectilng, bells ring- ing and voicea shouting and screaming the Liberty bell, perhaps the most, be loved of all historical rclica of Amer ica, was greeted in Hnlein this lifter-1 noon by a mob of wildly enthusiastic American rit i.ens men, women ami children which packed Front street to overflowing for a distance of aeven blocks on both sides of the atrect, The crowd waa variously estimated at he- tween .'!.", IIIIO and -10,0111) people. "It is one of the most patriotically i-iiiiiiisiiisiic crowns that we one exoer icmed." .aid Costodi,, ttf II n.il' the l.iber.y L..I1 Jl,. aboard 11,.,' c, . - nrrlZ the city and the train pulled iu on Front sire,,,, "The farther west we came the KiiniiT inn euihtiHinsin wiueneiiuntereil nnd the manifestation of putrlotlsi In .alein is fully equal to thnr neniou- sirnieii anywiiere along the line we have yet trnveled. In one town down the 11llcy there wns a girl and an old man who had traveled a distance of III,'. Philadelphia, and the four stalwart o 1 " '"'"'"l" '-'"' I''" y f""d, liiemeu serving as a special ,,, I ,f I' " V'7 I,f 1 A ! r, will beKpres",.e! wTti", li rg the railroad the farmers lire perched up- j I piet of llowers and a generoos on the I, .nee and el r lustily us the "pinulitv of Nulein cherries and oim. train pusses b, try juice by a committee of ' If unybiidy hu any doubt as to the I' lU'i'iis and ladies, during their brief loyalty and patriotism of the American jslay in tho city, lining to the limited people they would be quickly und for Glue in which' the bell will atop hero ever dispelled if Ihose nho enterlaiii ,llll in order not to cause any uuueces tlicui were to travel for one single day I ary delay which might deprive sonm upon this train. I have long reused to'1"' of llio privilege of seeing it, ih wonder how it is possible for the l intel I progriun was arranged by the coi'iiicil States to raise such an enormous army nnd in such a short period of time when the oci asiou arises. It is certain ly wonderful. We have received a most cordial ami tremendous welcome in (lie. gou no far us we have gone and are greatly pleased with this country, the hospitable people and the iiiimatchable lunate. Although we do not intend to stiqi at any of the stations between scheduled stops, tho small towns along the line betwt here and Portland were so pncKeil with neon e hat we imply could not ,1,. appoint them ami1 '" ""! "'""K" I '1 .. ... . ... ., . iP'e from in and surround, n tl,., ...n stopped a few minutes in four of the towns." The coiinciliiiunic escort of the bell a'.. escort of the bell as 11 arrivun 111 saiem totlows: Isous Hull, cliiiiiniiin; f.lias Alirums, William ,1. I rawford, George D'Anlrechy, John F. Flaherty, George II, Dims, lis I). Gar inn 11, Henry J. Klos, pnngle llorthwick, Joseph J. 'Ouffney, Charles F. Kellv, ,1'din II. I. ink, M. D. Ilermird, J. Mi' "'"K '"l Hwarl. Jr., Jet- II. Hhaw, ! ,al. All railroad, ,,t on . I I ' lob,;r. Hui.lh, Frank H. Stock b;s, W. .;.,., r , iJ l ZTtZ iiotvie, ,101111 11 loinejf, ivo'iimu it llurie, John L. Dougherty, Williuin II. .nines, itunriiians 01 me hell; .lames J. yuuk, James K Jackson, Williuin L. Svki's, .In iocs W. rrnnk. Cuntoduia: W. II. Hull. Harry P. Wilson, Aso."liil ' id Press representative; J, V, Smith, International News Service represent!! live. The crowd lined up along the track from the Southern Pacific passenger lc pot all the way down Trade sired und onto Front as far north im Cnion street, the l iberty bell ear slopped iu front of the Oregon Klcctrie flelght depot 11 nd stood for 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 si but the crowd was so pat kid that it became evident out half of the people would not be able to get a look at the old bell and the crew in rhurgc of the train moved the train 11 long the trn.S as tar north as I'nion street, an 11s to give everybody a good ami unobsl ru.-ted view of it. Tl scoit ami the trnin crew were most courteous and oat iiiember sind that they would not leave until every ehil. had had a chance to see the old iiell. As tin- train polled down the Front street track Ihe band played and men, w. linen and children sang " My Country 'lis i f Thee," and the "Star Spangled Manlier," at the tops of their voices ar.d they fairly made Ihe welkins ring with the t-ulhuaiasiii which could not be long er be pent up. Hpes Ul Train on Tlrn. The Liberty bell spt-eial arrived over the Southern Pa' itie main line on si he. lole time and was transferred to the Front street trmk armiid the) switch frttio the passenger t!ctt. lt consist of a locoiiintiva and two can, Ihe rial.-ar upon whuh the bell i 1 njnuiili'd and a sleeper and diner carry-j ing Ihe special cfrnniittett in charge I ami the guaid uf noimr. Front street LIBERTY BELL rOMOBMEN ARE RECORD " FEEDERS." Portland, Ore., duly 1,1, -The four i'hilmlclpha ' policemen who guard the Liberty bell are huge 1 " feeders." Kadi stoned away $2 Worth f breakfast here today. ,, - ; 1.1 . . 1 W"" I. ''I,,,,"l.v ''l'r of auti.nobiles vehicle, of all kind anil nmidn "iri"'"" " .I'1 "I"'" so that the twit 1 ii.,.,. ... l' . ! " , 'l , slZ fih k'"''1 . , ! ,ad 'i: n 'L " , "I' 'J hum hii noiwirillnuv in net good lou' at the famous revolutionary relit". Flowera and Chrrlo Pnwentod. Tho uieuibers of the special commit, tee accompanying the Liberty hell, con sisting of Ji coniicilineu of the city of i r,'l I'Gou cunuiittee and no address ul wcic ' was ununited for. . A "I ml delegation of Radiators ar r,v,,'l " ily from Kugene this morning to iieeoinpnav the Liberty ape "ml back tn that ci'y us a aj mi com mittee of welcome. Crowila ArrWa Early. The first trains Into the city over the Southern Paelfie. tho Mnlem full' City & Western, the Oregon Kle.tnc land other Inns leading into the citv " '"""'i" in pcirpin iTom ail iliree- I," """'" "rrouiitinig tu,. ,.lty I , " ot "' miles, to gaze in V.. -j 1 . " " r"1"' ., nu iiiieriy- Ills l.ilo'rtv hell dining its stop of a half hour in this city, from a to L' .III hm afternoon. I One special train frrrn Monmouth, i coming 111 over the bne of the Mnlem, Falls I ity & Western, curried ,1uo pas 1 "cngcrs, consisting in the main of teach , ets and sihili,i. tl. xr 1 ; ior uie round trio fur the, ! every man, woman ami ii-hoi, and hil.l wloi coin, 1 scrape up tne "ne-'es-arv where with" tu pay the fare took adorning of Ihe one chance probably in a lifetime to view this sin-red relic. Thousands of people , nn,,. 111 ,y automobile, m. it. ir I'Vcle, carriage, wagon, horseback and ewnv other conceivable frm of ,.,,. leoine.. s.iiriH, of people having come "n Ion' fiooi a great ,i,t u, "lav was d.'O.ted to general i-elcbru 1 1011 of the memorable event 111 whn h the old bron.e bell b.-ais mute witnes and l.siiinoii . Orent Throng. Well Handled. As per previous arrangement, made under the direction of acting Minor J. A. Mills, all of tl iiildreii of the city and so. r. 1 Hiding towns and country as sembled 011 Manon street, exteudiug in a solid mass eastward fiom the roped an 1, and all of the grown ops gathered 111 the square and to the north of Mur- 1011 street T hildren ' ass.'iiihlugtt ""I In f march was under the ,p,r lion of lily School Superintendent O. M. Llliott, and he was assisted by Prin "ials I'. S. Iin'nou, Margaret i i.sper, Anna Fi.her, II. S. Durham and Mrs. I, Mono- It. I b.rk, of the public schools, tnev being all of the principals 111 the "ity at the present time. The children inarched iu double file on Front strot (Contiuutd on Paga Five.) Eugene Celebrates Wilson H T- Iff I n ft Ui 10 IT ClCOlTIC DU Kugene, 're., Julv I V Kiigrnn I observing President Wilson dav todaf in connection witii the reception to tlm Liberty hell, The relic l m huduled (0 1x1. h herd at IS p. m. 0 .