The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 345, Ed. 1 Monday, March 14, 1921 Page: 3 of 10
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r.:o. .day- r.:c wLNa march m 1921.
FOR EIIIEDIATE i
Money Must Be Fortkcomr
mg or Collie UCa. .N
LONDON Muck .IS.. ChaaeeBotl
Mm at Asrm.m putting tw cwntrr
cu heroes the- affisd eupreme ooundl.
haa appedM to the powers to guarantee
the capital and tntereet et credita to Aus-
tria an he Mid esv. scheme te finance
her by private hanks would Ml cm te
than poebabl would sot ha targe enough
aad ths terms would ke unfavorable. He
declared that if credits -were act forth
coming Austria' would mim to "the
erieis. fa Um last etegd of wkkk w
. . AM laieerathre.
Only wtu.adequate kelp from theew-
ara.Ua dtancaOer assarted eoahil the
aatrlaa people attempt to increase their
production and aiebsnge of goods to Mck
an uxtent that Austria could osiat
atf -nmnnrtinr atata. '
"If the powers do sot front this help"
Chancellor May olid "then oar people
oro raced with the alternative or political
disintegration or complete coUspss.'
Tha Austrian people be added have
wflHaglr and patiiidT rammed work ao
far aa hwnfrtcwint footing and lack of
coal kaa permitted. . Vkmna waa hard
kit whan k ceased to bo tha chief city
of a large empire Chancellor hUjr de-
clared bat ores in her preeeat position
-baa that which makes for vhsljtv. -We
. mudt be enabled to find' indispensable
food and coal during tha period of transi-
tion kowsver." ka told tha council "with-
out being forced to aefl oar working
Deftest baa ta takeldlca.
. TW deficit to tha Austrian budget ko
aid waa da to subsidies tha atoto waa
forced to pay be order to redoes tha priea
' of food and thia deficit would disappear
if nocaaaary foodatatfa could bo obtained
on credit . . .. .
Premier Lloyd George replying to
Chancellor Msvrssid the mjpreme oeun-
dl was aazioaa to render any aasietance
within ita power bat that it waa a flues-
ttoa of wags and poena -' -
German War Payments J
iSaid To Cause Stagnation
Associated Praia Beport1
NTCW-TORK. starch l&rllvcry by
Germany of ships coa sad other prod-
neta demanded by the lltek already kaa
caused stagnation ta some allied indna-
trta! centers John Foster Dalles; Ameri-
can member of the reparations comrais-
sien declared in an address bare Bstur-
resifnatioB of Bonator BayBarbooa f ram
the Brasilia eeaaress. His detorauna-
tioa to retire tram oeb&e life waa an-
iaoanead bi diapatchoa from Bio
f Dr. Barbeaa baa been a asnater 1
the state of Bakta for 80 years and be
kaa hianasa known threaghont Booth
Ameriea aa Brasfl's leading statoaman.
No groat atop has keen takes oa hater-
national policy without consulting him.
He kaa done mack' to otrengthea the
bonda ' between the United- States and
. . v
isaudDa what GermanT mar be able
that tha English shipbuilding industry
waa aJntoet at a standstill because of
ressels turned orer by Oermany and
other Teasels now being constructed in
Germany which under the Versailles
treaty also will go to allied countries.
English coal exports ka aaid were suf-
fering because of the hear? shipments
of cool from the Bohr valley into North
orn .Ftanciri ' 'V ' . ;.
Bo aaid that moot of dho things Oar.
many kaa to offer aa lapteathm are not
wanted by tha allies. '
"Germany most pay ta the end" Mrt
DoQea said "bat It Jutbe done eabnly.
anrety and ilapaaaiunailiy" . ' TT '
Bergdoll Affair To Be
'tHearrion March 21
Special Cable to Chicnio Trllmna. By
Leaaed Wire to The Houston Post '
OOBLKNZ. March 1A Tha am has
Just been received here that Carl Neaf
and Sergeant Prank Zimmcr will -be
)iaeM oa trial In Eeerbaxm Msreai 91
'or the attamnted kidnanin nt Amnr
Clorelaad Bergdoll' the American draft
aoeger. xae American Ugion baa en-
gaged attorneys for their defease.
With U.AS. Officials
Associated Press Beport
WASHINGTON lurch x laVIgnaee
PaderewskV former premier of Poland
alstnaaad PoBafc affairs Batorday with
Chairman Lodge of' the aenote foreign
relatione committee. Mr. Paderewskj ia
the Poliak delegato to tha ksafne of aa-
ttona and is on fadough for a rest in this
country. He donfetred Priday with See
retuy Hughoo at the atato department
andBobert Lansing former secretary
i at Um latter'a home. . .'
It waa said that Mr. Faderewski had
: not raoneatod aid of any kind for Poland.
' a 1
Officers and Men Are v
Hurt by Imploding Shells
Hoastoa Post BpadaL .
RAN ANTONIO Texas Maroh U.
Two offkera and three enlisted men
wounded Friday when shells exploded
"during A mimic battle at Camp Stanley
are resting easily at the heapital Major
j-oiup iumtt enmmanner
artiOory waa woandad
the Uka bsld
by 'a splinter
which strack'hU lag; Lieotonani T Bry-
.an Srana waairoandsd kt the aaoolder.
Tha enlisted men hart were Privates Loo
Crarakt Cyraa Millar and Phil Gileapia.
All aoffered HI affects from a short
firing gun. All arflt reoorer. .
Stitch Made FoiBody of
qmon in Rams of Hotel
Aaaodated Press Beport
: CLINTON. Ok March U Bean
waa continued bite Batorday night tor tha
body of one anWentified woman. WJered
. buried in tha rains of the Grace Hotel
here a tour atory brick boikUng which
the graand early Satarday
Other gsests had been ac-
. boned to the
. v -1 coantod for. Samage waa estimated at
i 1 shoot UtijaOO ' K
r . ' y '' in" ' Hi f i i H t i
I - cORPOrMTlONS bHAPrrerten.'
'"' AUSTIN Taxaav March 1& -Char-
anon Oil mad Gas iwumm wlui.
falls; capital stock I52&000.
. i J" Iwt A. J. Hart and
- ' N Breckenridga lee. and; CpM Storage
f t company Breefcearidge; capital atochi
I A awiwu. incorporators k. a. Aohnaon
' W. J. Lowry and O. S. Byara.
;. Amerksn club Galveston ; m capital
i' f stock.. InearDoratora! fl' V. AniW
( v ' Herman Scbooaberg and C 1. Oweaa.
Overssaa Veterans of the World War
w. dukv Galveston; do capital stocks Iocor-
poeatoTs: a H.Df(ersii Dante Mauri
' t . and Phil Iaeata. .. ' -
X AmendmeaU to chartera wM filed by
. - - osoo-manviiiev. ' inew vauaa cnsngini
' psios os osuaas so ntmnwei; vvelra
ano uaa company vi
of tosiness to -Tejtar'
Bpedal Cable to Ckieago Trlhaa. By
Leased Wire to The Hoastoa Post '
' . (OopyHgM. 1L) . h--BTJfeNOfl
.AIRES. March 11. The
Dnitadtotoa haa leak asm af hs ataaneh-
eat cbampsoaa ta Soath America by the
BrasO and hia hearty aaooort of Pan.
Americaniaai has caaaed him to be
looked spoa kt the other Booth American
ropabhea aa the statesman who kaa done
store than any one else to bring the
BMjer Latin-American repnblica to their
present xdoea nadaratandiag.
: IN CONSTRUCTION -.
NOTED AT LUBBOCK
Business rast Returning to
Pre-War Basis Say
Hoastoa Poet Bpedal v
LUBBOCK Texas - March 11 Con-
strooUon la oa the inereast la the dty
of Lubbock. There are nine modern
residencsa now apder construction in the
dty. and others are' being planned for
the near fn tars. The local contractor!
have gathered about them their own
force of .workmen and there ia neither a
surplus of labor 'nor any marked un-
employment Of course there is not the
unreasonable demand of war timea but
efficient workmen are getting plenty tp
make a comfortable Bring.
. Bamgaltwt la Majority.
The' general run of bomea now under
construction are modest five sad six-
room bnagalowa being bailt by local eiti-
aens for permanent homes. A few 'farm
homes are being built and ethers im-
nroved and emarsed.
The First Bspttst drarch will stsrt
work on their new bollding next Mon'
day. . Two boaineu houaea are reported
to Do under plan and expect to oe con
tract ed for within the comint week.
The ice plant operated by the T exaa
Utilities corporation ia being completely
everheuled. New machinery is being In-
stalled that will more than doable the
capacity of the plant for the last season.
The creamerieo of the dty are making
additions to their plants and eanipment
la preparation for the summer demands
at toe enure bouu faina section.
The traainees honaea of the dty re-
port a decided Improvement In baainess
dose. The general tone of local business
kaa imnroved and it is expected that an
early return to normal pre-war basis will
acostafiBsnea ay ueeaiy days oi sum-
The I240AW itieetpavmg project Is
neanng compieuoa aaoraonai ornsmantai
lights are being installed .through the re-
tail diatrict. and street siana for mark
ing the streets and residences of the dty
have been ordered and win be erected!
. Five new bniineis houses kave opened
In the dty nines the first of January and
there bas not been one bankrupt re-
ported (n the dtyr The kanks are reduc-
ing their loans and have not been forced
to make a single (redoamre through this
season a ognt money.
Aced Necro Is Knocked
On Head And Robbed
Houston Post SpedaL .
COLUMBUS'' Texaa March 13.
rouowmg a game of eooncan at bis home
rnaiy nignc Mstnsn ritsgeraid a negro
60 years old who Uvea alone was
Knocked oa the heed three times with an
hren bar and hia detUna- and hd ut an
fire. He crawled to hia door and was
discovered by his neighbors and tha fire
was pat oat
His skull ia fractured all the front of
his. body a portion of his back and hia
right thigh sa re seriously burned. Either
the burns or tha fractures of bis skull
ard auffidant to csuas death. A leather
belt ia which he carried a considers ble
sua of money wss found rifled. .
Following tha crime Hal Wynne and
Richard Smith two young negroes were
wogsa d jau. Aaouer unidentified no
gro is at large.
Foreign Finns Not Immune
To Court Process in LJ. S.
Aaaodated Press Report
NEW TOBK March v 13. American
merehanta condocting btudneu'with for-
eign corpora tioni should- not be deprived
of redress in cases of breach of contract
oa the ground that tha foreign corpora-
tion is acting for a foreign government.
was siaiau m a ooaaiOB Banned down
tne ieaerai aistrKt court bsrs Satur-
oy judge Julias M. Mayer.
be dadaion' was rlviMt In' fk i A
voaie f ua eoai dealers against the
Co-operative Swiat society of Basle.
SwHserland for $80000. on aUeced
breach of contract to pnrchaaa eoai The
eontraot waa aitned bv Mara Ptimr. Ri.
"miter at Waahingtonwbo acted for
Ike foreign corps ration. The co-operative
raaeqr bomi mm n waa acting for the
Swiss government and therefore waa im
mune so conn procedure v
Plans Made For THd
;'. Over Old Spanish Trail
F ' Houston Pest BpadaL '
OHANGK Texts Mardtl&Harry J.
egel field secretary sf the Old Spanish
Trad assodatiod has keen tha past week
ia Oraase endesrorins t arranu mmt.
tsrs in advance of the' tcaAscoatinental
trip through the place ky a. large party
of about TOO from Sam AagnaUae Flav
to Baa Diego CaL aome tin during
stay as states that ta making crew
ia .waiting ia San Antonio now to come t
Orange to begin Dirking thia section of
us. era opanisa irsu. j-.'-u'..
ELKS ELECT OFrlCERS.
r Hoastoa Post Bpedai
- BBTAN Texss March 13. Bryaa
lodce'No. 8RB. Benevolent and PrntMtM
Order of Elke as elected offieera for
ise enawma year as ioiiows: Hoy IX
Stone exalted raler; U. A Spell as-
teemed leading- knight; Henry O.
WMaa esteemed leys! knight; Dr. J. A.
WUkinsoa. eateamed leetarinc kslcht! P.
. Wn tresMnrerj yr. B. Ssandera
" fc TTebt trasteea.
BORAH BEGfflS HI8
Grounds For First Rum- -dus
in G. O.Pe '
By Leased Wire toThe Hossten Pst
WASHTNOTON. March IS. Insur
gent republicanism cam eat ki the open
for the first time Satarday when. Senator
Borah of Idaho ieewed a statement de-
aoondng the Colombian treaty aa a coa-
demaatioa of Roe ee re It" and a "coatee-
ioa of shame open the part of oar gov-
The sens tor called attenttoa to state-
ments that Japaa ia seeking a foothold ia
Colombia and declared that if such re
sorts are true there should be another
kind of treaty to take care el the eitua-
"The Colombian treaty m Ita essential
aature and Ha vital provisions la tbs
same treaty we have had before the lea-
sts for years' aaid Senator Borah. "It
ia a eonfsesloa of ths charges heretofore
mode against Roosevelt and our govern-
meat There ia ao other tana tor ue
The lanauase with reference to the
apology baa been changed but changing
the language dees not change the tact
to-wit that the treatv nroooaaa to nav
Colombia $25000000 because Colombia
claims that Boeeevelt in a moat repre-
hensible and dishonorable way did her a
wrong. What ia the treaty about it It
is not of itself an a amission of tale
wroac and a condemnation of the conduct
of Colonel Roosevelt? What la the $25-
000000 being paid for if it la not for
thjuriee alleged to have resulted to Co.
lombia from Booaevelt'a now undefended
conduct ' The treaty regardless of tha
language tat which it is couched is a coa-
demnetion of Roosevelt and of John Hay
and a eonfeaaioa of shame upon the part
t our government There are no fact
to Justify suck a treaty and to ratify it
particularly after the record which has
been made against it seems indefensi-
"We are told that a new condition has
arisen. If s new eondltM haa arisen.
then we shoald have a new treaty which
in ta terms deala with the new condi-
Oil Ceeeeealoat Grilled.
.1 have been told by the parties Inter-
ested that great oil concessions have been
granted by the present government of
Colombia to American dtisens and that
unless this treaty ia ratified the present
sdministratioB will be overthrown sad
the oa concession! cancelled. It oil eon.
cessions have been granted and1 it ia
deemed wise to take care of them li
against future actiea upon the' part of
the Colombian government then we
should. have a new treaty which aDedfl
tally provides 'for taking care of these
oil concessions. Yf are alee advised that
a new situation bas arisen with reference
to the relstionship of another foreign
power to Colombia.' If that Is true let's
have a new treaty to take care of the
"In other words. If there la a new sirs
a tion. this treaty does not deal with it
ita terms do not cover any new situs
tion. It la the old treaty grounded in the
old asaertlon and when it la ratified
If it is ratified it will be construed In
no other light than that of utter condem-
nation of Roosevelt and- John Hay with
reference to the mattera in 1903. I re-
peat that the facta do not juatify that
Killed by Lightning
Houston Poet SpedaL '
HALLKITN V n J.K T.t. MbmK 1
Dnrinc a rain 'ITrMa afta
Cook a prominent young farmer and
stockman residing at Seclusion some 20
miles southeast-of thla piece wss killed
oj uganuns as waa aiao ue aorae wntco
he waa ridins. Ha leave a famllv h.
sides bis parents Mr. and Mrs. Zay Cook
ora muers in tnsi community.
A hesvv rain fell here and in nnamil
ing territory and a fine leaaon is now
in the ground. Most of Us corn and
much cotton have been planted. Farm-
en are planting leu cotton and more
com and feedstuff than ever before.
Sweet potatoes wiH be largely planted
for aalpment and a curing plant la being
Bt Jo care for them. Garden truck U
piannrurowmg to the mild winter. .
Chinese Mint Buildinff
Loan Is Oversubscribed
Special Cable to Chicago Tribans. By
Lessen wire co me Houston roat
SHANGHAI March IS. It haa been
officially announced that the $2500006
which was extended to the government
by a group of Chinese bankers for tke
purpose of. building a mint has been
oversubecribed by mora than $1000000.
Thla is aa unprecedented occurrence in
native drdea aa the loan was only of-
fered for subscription two days ago. The
new mint is being built to. standardiss
toe coinage in unina. Ths work of build-
ins it will he in ehsrn ml CMtnA H.
1u a mint expert from the United Statea
wnowss iormerry connected wltb the
Philadelphia mint : Mr. Hewitt built tke
rnuaaeipnia and Denver mints.
Woman Kills Soldier;
s He Attacked Her
Associated' Press Beport
EL PASO Texas March' 13. Private
William J. Wise 10 years old of the
Kigntn cavalry U.B.A- was shot and In-
stantly killed jeto Saturday by Mrs. O.
iv. nancy was ot a eergeant of the
The shooting took place at the borne
of the woman at Fort Bliss. - Mrs. Bsney
told officers ths soldier had attacked her.
Wise was found with a strand of Mrs.
Baney'a. hair ia his hand. The women a
dreaa waa torn. Mr Baney was re-
leased oa her own recognisance to appear
at ue inquest wntea was ait for uomlay
MASONIC LODGE INSTITUTED.
. Hoastoa Post IpedaL .
LAKE CHARLES Lay Merck 11A
second blue lodge of Mssen was per-
fected' here Friday sight The officers
of Calcasieu lodge are: Paul Quilty W.
htjE. F. Parle 8. W.; John L Fowler
J w.; D.'B. Harmon aeeretaryi C. B.
Uakow & D.; J. B. HoUoman J. D.;
Moss WatbJna M. of C.; J. B. L. Kob
and Fred A. Baumgarton. atowarda; eha
W. Flandera. tiler; Tke first regular
meeting will ae aeM msrea zz at wniek
time applications will be received.
ABMENIAN RELIEF APPEAL.
Houaton Peat SpedaL
LAKE CHABLE8 La. Merck 1A-
Committeea represent mg .the lions
Kiwanla and Rotary dubs listened to aa
appeal for Armenian relief made by Mrs.
Edith V Hofmaa at the court house Fri-
day night .The spesksr described tke
terrible candi tiona sx latins is. that
strickaa country: . Another meeting will
be held In the near future at which time
a committee for Armenian retted win be
vrguusvw s ytucsne pxnsn t
GE0R63 HARVETf IS :
OFFERED F03T AS ;
Senators favor Noted Editor
. for Position at Court of
: St James
Aaaodated Priea Beport X
WASHTNOTON. March IX George
Harvey of New York editor ot Harvey's
Weekly ia understood to have been dot!-
aeteiy selected by President Harding; as
sssbiaaador to London to succeed Joka
W Davis who now fat heturnkaa hoase.
The aominatioa may go to tke.eeaate
before the present extraordinary imioa
end! 1 ;
It ia known that tke senate ferelga
relatioaa committee kaa been polled to
determme sentiment as to Mr. Harvey'e
selection and the understanding is that
all the republican members as well aa the
democratic membdra bow la Washington
have expressed approval
UoL nerve was active a Bringing
about the aominatioa ot Wood row Wileoa
ta Baltimore in 1912 but before the
election! the following November there
was a break betweea them. Mr. Wilaoa
wrote CoL Harver that hia sunnort was
embarrassing and afterwards the Colossi
became one ot the sharpest critics of the
In ths 1916 slections. col Harvey sun-
ported Charles Evans Hushes 'and Is at
year be supported Mr. Hording. i
Before founding Harvey's Weekly Mr.
Harvey waa sditer of Hsrper'a Weekly.
He also is edito of the North American
Keview. which be purchased la 1890. He
nan aad a long career as a newspaper
man beginning in 1882 and waa manag-
ing editor of the New Tork World from
1891 to 1893.
CoL Harvey was bora m Peaeham. Ver
mont 57 years ago and waa educated
at Peaeham Academy. Ha holds the de-
gree f Doctor of Letters of tke Uni-
versities of Nevada and Vermont and
Middlsbury and Erskine college a.
Made by Harding
- Aaaodated Press Beport
WASHINGTON. March 13. Thomaa
vv. . Miller ot Delaware former member
ot the house of represents tires was ap-
pointed alien property custodian Sstur-
day by President Herding. The appoint-
ment doea not require senate confirma-
Charles C Madison of Kanaaa City
Ho. waa nominated Saturday to' be
United States attorney for the Westers
district of Missouri.
W Mam WaHer Husbaad of St Johns-
burr. Mi- waa nominated to be commis
sioner general of immigration. Mr. Hus
band's nomination was later confirmed by
Mr. Husbsnd formerly waa secretary
to Senator Dillingham ot Vermont and
waa serving in taat capacity when ue
Dillingham immigration' act waa passed
In 1907. Hs later waa selected aa derk
of the hum iratioa eomdnssion .
Twice wane wiu tut commtssioa as
made trips ebrosd to study immigration
Durinc the war Mr. Husband was sts
tioned in Switzerland as an official of the
Red Cross. He Is bow with the Red
Cross in Washington.
Mr. Husbsnd succeeds Anthonr Cam!
aetti who waa appointed commissioner
general oi immigration by frcaldent Wil
eon ehrht vears aco. '
Harry Hilton Biluny of Delaware waa
nominated to be fourth assistant post-
mssier general. .
The nomination- of Mr. Blllafiv subse
queatly waa confirmed by tbe senate. He
waa formerly postmaster at Wilmington
Ralph B. Williams republican national
committeeman from Oregon ia understood
to be under consideration for one of the
other three assistant poatmaiter general-
ships The sssistants win be equel .in
rank. It wss said.
Mr. BlUsnv will have superviaioB of
rural tree delivery.
' 1 i
pormer Senator Driven
' Out as Nonpartisan
' Associated Press Beport
OBEAT BEND. Kan. March 18.-
Balph Barton of Saline former United
States' senator from 'Kanaaa and several
associates ware escorted from this county
late Saturday by a party of 100 men.
Former Senator Burton baa been! active
In the nonpartisan league movement in
. The former sens tor aad members of his
party came here. It ia understood ia eon
section with tke league movement He
and a Professor Wilson were scheduled
to addreai a acting in Elliawood Hatur-
day afternoon.' They came here from
Lewis where they spoke Friday night
Later i. O. Bterie an organiser of the
wHi www vwu nn m muncgn wiu
Uie affair together with a man said to
oe ue bum secretary of the orxantss
tion weroy. driven from town. A large
crowd witnessed the demonstratioa which
resulted la the departure of Slavic aad
tha other man. Fistic eacouatore were
At night a large demonstratioa was In
Bryan Scouts Elect New.
Committee of Affairs
Houston Post SpedaL
niVltt Tnu'U.k 1 A
nlftr mMif in nf Him )m. umh. m Sm..
a new dtisens' committee to ovsrsee ths
srrairs or toe acouu was sleeted as fol
wws: a. sa. waiorop was elected to
tor toe committee are Kev. H. h Jamiaon
fand Fred L. Csvitt . The membership of
law oryan camp is BOW XI and a cam-
mImi Brill km am kla i..
Itiea which will be provided by tke new
bodI now uoaer construction frof.
f.vntholl Wn)u m k a. j -l
mint of the A. nl U. Mill. 1.
mm KvtUHNcr. A x
J - - '
Gtizen WhoAids Producer
Is Helping Himself
Assoclsted Press Report
WASHINGTON March 18. Aa ap
peal tor Wry good dtiaea" to do what
ka can to kelp thefarmere through tke
period of depreeaion. sot for tha sake at
Mpmg the farmer alone but for tke
asks of kespasg haasslf was asade Satur-
day by Secretary of Agriculture Wallace
in hia drat formal atatemaat 1
Pricei of farm producta mast rise aad
prices of other produce coma down before
ue normal reaeuoaa Between uem aaa
been restored. Mr. Wallace asserted.
Talk of Bringing prices bock to a pre
war leveL be declared U morally wrong
and economically ImpossiBle'' addlag that
"everybody would be Better eaT if aa ef-
fort were made to bring about a pries
leveL 'say 70 per ceat abovd the pre-
war aormaL" '
- ttkjk Coat of deduction
Secretary Wallace said ke doabted
whether the people la the Eaat "realised
just what kaa kappeaed to the farmera
of tke pcodsdag secitions." Citing coa-
di tiona in tke Central West aa aa aiaia-
pie be aaid that there notwithstanding
uat "we aave us an est rural etvutsaooa.
taken as a whole the world hat aver seen
the farmera are bow la a "most trying
period and are suffering severe aaaadal
toaa." Farmers Uroughout the nation
eepedally tboso ka tke Booth and West
he added "were sxperisaciag eiactly tke
The widespread agricultural depreeaion
result! from the bin cost of production
and becaase farm product! have dropped
"out ot an proportion to ue pncee of
other things Mr. Wallace aaid.
To Flad Surplus Feed Outlet
"Wkilo Ue farmer." ke continued "is
sslling the things be produces at prices so
higher aad for great surplus crops lower
than ths pre-war aormaL ka mast boy
practically everything he aeeda at prices
from SO to ISO per cent above tke pre-
war aormaL Aa long aa such a condi
tio continues ke added the "severe ag-
ricultural depreaaloa is Inevitable and It
will tertaiojy be communicated to Indua-
tryand business generally."
Tke department the secretary said
would do everything noisibls to And sn
outlet for the great food aurplua. Ways
of producing mors cheaply new usss for
aurplua crops aad better marketing ayi-
tem ke aaid would kelp tke aituatioa.
cane Earl Mitchell and Mlae Vivian
Henderson were married here Friday
Editors Elect Brodie of
Oregon City President
Associated Press Report
fT. AT"fJTT(rTTVW vs. u.j. Id
PL H. RnhIU ofrAuMa rat. rk
elected president of ths NstiooaT Edi-
torial assodatioa" at Saturday's aeaaioa
of the aatienal eoaventioa her.
-. - srimblaoomb of Maaaacbusetto
waa etscted vice presideat and H. C.
Hotalins at lfinaaaaiaj mrmtmHw --
tary. AD members of the sxscutivs eom-
m wmrm rseieciau.
Seleetloa of the neat eonventiea dty
wmm iu w wv asvevurs com ml Use.
Deathof Maiorin IQIfl
8EATTL.H. WS.k Umml 1 A. i.
guiry by ths department of JaaticV be
rmmm iMiinoa me me awata 01
Major Aleiaader P. Croaktlto AlStk aa
a. at Rama lmi tm '1kta
Bate may spoa receipt of aa-
aww ewsta reiuiaoa sy a soard eg
ncwri seoa aril
firers eooa aftsr.the eccamnea had hawa
Ubtlsted.- T ...
BE1I5011 MS DP; :
HARDDI6 OH PLAKS
Shippm; Board Head De-
I dares FptiTy6 Ahti-
v Wilson Policies
By Leased Wire to The Hoastoa Post
WA8HINQTON March' 13. Telle w-
raa adooth? sne iaetractioaa from Presi
deat Hsrini to contuse to ezeretee the
functions of ehairmaa of the shipping
hoard peadlng the appointmeat of new
members. Admiral W. & Bensoa has de-
clared hhuaslfttor tws aeUdee In coa-
flics witk viswa of termet President Wil-
son and aerord with epiniona held by the
Admiral Baaaoa came lato the opsa In
support et tree toll! for coast wits vee-
.he aAregidoa ot esmmsreial treaties.
ths Panama canal and for
Former President Wilson led a ftakt
againat free telle aad also rsfaaed to
carry oat InstraesJoas of coagraaa ia the
sew merchant maris act to abrogate
commercial treaties which pre rent the
hnpoartiea sf di serial Ins ting duties ea
fan porta carried In American vessels.
The stand ot Admiral Bensoa caused
apoculatloa aa to whether President
Harding will appoint htm aa oae ot ths
minority ember of the shipping board.
it ia coasiaereo a certaiatr taat aamirai
Benson wiH sot be names as chairman
but he mlfht be annotated aa oae of three
j democratic n embers. Abrogation ot com-
I mercial treaties was provided by i actios
joe of ue aitrcaant marine act
Former Governor of
Philippines To Visit1 U. S.
Associated Press Beport
r-BOSTON March 18. W. Cameron
who kaa been mentioned aa
Forbes former governor general of the
aa official compaaioa of Major General
a wood oa hia forthcoming mia-
atoa to the Philippines aent word Sstur-
Leonard Wood oa bis forthcoming mi
dav from Baata Milts. Colombia that
he would rstam to this country iooa and
talk the Invitation ever with Secretary
of War Weeks. He said be expected ta
reach New Tork March 24.
Voice in Settlement
AasoeUted PreoeU tsv-
W ASmNOTON Mareh 13-
ky et the BareUsg adastra
sped to Americsa rights grc
tha psrtkipatioa of the TJait
the worw war win not CUT
from that of tke WOaom ad-
it wsi barnod Satarday t
ejmartsra ' ;
AdjuraieB or wo owe-'
ot ot the award of a man--Padlte
Island of lap to J
ImaUted spoa aa totsrssiaodijr
min 1st ratios aa it aaa ky the i
aaid ins the attitude with
the British mandate over X
art- be Mtaiaed
It kai beea made dear tl
admlalstratioa will c-atinoe -
eMteittea that tke United S
yielded aid caa sot ke dept
of her rlgbto as soe of the
must hi considered la tha a
the problema created by tha
Coofideaco kas beea aapreo
amlcabie djustment of all u.
bo affectos. '
It wsi -sggeatsd tad It -posslblt
that a nprsseatotiv
aoat to the laagus of aatioas
the Aaericaa point et view. .
reeeautira would not kere-
npy wi committing the Una
formal participaUoa la the 1
cala but mora as aa attorn
board whose dedslona it As
sarily bound to accept' -
RAT -THOMAS Oorda
Bav inn Mim Kffle Thomas
Sttvati OtfloW Raaa t
STUDENTS VISIT U0M LAND.
SUOAR LAND Tarn March 1!L
The eighth grndo 'of the Boaeaberg
school B. A Saunders teacher In gen-
sral sdsare aad maaual tratnlog In
charge visited Sugar Land recently
making a study of tbs various planta
hero.- Tbi roung people brought their
lunches sod devoted the day to a thor-
ough etady ot tke processes of sugar
making mittreea rfiklni and. other in-
dustries. The school also wis viiltsd.
Ths teaman and pupfli of the Boienberg
school jits alive alert and effllceot
3 KEOcKCIlTO3 c
Mary Jane and the Little Old Man "l I
in the Woods
NEilay.wlkMl-ATyJauMipjttobea waffle tiut were stlQ hot from lunch c
- 1 A .L ....
m lltrl CiM man 'a k mAmm rj l
yoamrsaw. reeaedallin eecaoaone
alde ajala rootJ cher. Ont of
bit feet wil turned rceatwrtgaKltJjertb
WM turned tmckwii.ao )rou could aayef
lac Which .wiry be wu going until he
This little old man's name waa Old John-
Star. He had lived in the woodi for a
long long time. What he had come to
KeJlary Jane for was about the de-ll-cjoua
Mary Jane Syrup that Jimmy Jooet. the
woodefauck told him akout. . -
Mary told him an aboat lxwaUary
Jane Syrup was for everybody sad ran
Into the bouae and got bim a couple of
put a lot of ayrup on them and gave tl
to Old John-Star. - j.
Old Johff ate every Wt of them mv
hia lips and aaid. "It'i the bett tr
ever tatted and X don't blame foil
being ao en-thu-l-u-tio about Mary
Syrup. It'e everything they iey abc
and a little more.' v '
And then be took two etepe tcrwefc!
otie atep back and finally got started t
from there in the right direction and I
' Jane wu glad that the bad made an
friend who would be Had all the da .
hia life that she had told him about Z '
LOOK m immmlthv omt"rT '
MmiMuyamhrttit" x '
FREE JMSSfSS TtfZS&JryTlm baaoti.
paamssawmwasmm -.f? - :t t'
If -s wrW '
Smack the Lips
after you Uste dclidous Uary
Jantj Syrup vrith'tho eUMhusi
flavOT. Vca can't he!p it On
pnclfrf r.r.H bigcuiU aim corn
wwdfi;;';;; 7 ';.
And Elary Jane coiu yon
legs than inott lyrcps.' Get a
... & ( is J '4'. s
f-J v 7iTU TJJAT DZUCIOUS SORGHUM FLAVOR
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