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| }prompt settlemenl which will at tad same time satisfy the, Just claims of SECRETARY STtTE~ the allies and l)ermit Germany h(~l)e- fully to rene~ its productive, ~tcii~i- .......... ties." Th(-, formal ~tatement of the [:ni|ed Reparations Claims Held to Be istates as to Uer,...,, ,'epar.ti,,n ~ l'o[~tai]led iu all ex(.h~ttlge of C()IHIOH Reply to Note i nit:ations with German governmen) of- Just, In From Germany. Washington.--"The United ,qtate~ stands with the governments of oh,"~ allies in holding Germany responsib]~ for the war amt thGrefore morally bound to make reparations, se far as possible." This is the positive declaration of SecretarT of State Charles E. Hugh~'.-~, made by him in his reply i.() a (,om- munication from the German govern- ment, forwarded to him timider date o[ March 29. In his reply, Secretary of Sis:,. Hughes expressed pleasitr(~ ~tt (]~r many's "unequivocul exl)res.~ioW' of its desire to pay to the limit uf ahilit.y and said: "This government believes tha! it recognlzes in tlze nmmorandum of lYr, Simons a sincere desire on tiw p:~rt of the German government Lo reopea negotiations with the allies on a new basis and hopes that sn(_'l) ne~olia- Get a Farm from the" CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ficials, made public by the state (le- partrnent. They ar~, in the l!orm of memoranda transmitted through l,or- ing Drese]. American high commission- er at Berlin. GREEKS DEFEATED BY TURK NATIONALISTS Constantinople. -The Greek,~ have baen (lefeated b> the Tnrk~ in lh~ battle at Eski-Shehr, said a eommuui- ~:ation isstled l)y the headquarte)'~ of Mustapha Kemal Pasha, Turkish na- tionalist loader. Kiazim K~ra 13ekir, commander of the Turkish ll~tionalists in Armenia, with his "army of salvation," was nearing Sivas. A Tur, kish communique said that the battle on the Eski-Shehr frontier lasting nine days had been !:o)mluded, Biledjik I~sing r~captured and tbc }reeks retreating toward Brussa. Turkish transports, cnnvoyed by bolshevik g~mboats, have landed part of Kara Bekir's army at lneboii. The allies will refuse Greeks pet~ mission to transport their troops in Thrace to the battle front in Asia Minor by way of Constantinople or to use (,he [staid railway. The ltaliaus have protested that a Greek patrol has held up the steamer Cleopatra in the Black sea. The at. lies have informed the Greeks thal they must not blockade the sea. 'Fh~ Greeks have begun reinforcing their arnty. The Greek merchant marine has be,m mobilized as |l'all~- l)orts and it is expected lh~ Greeks can pu~ an a,rmy of 20i),000 in the field "File size of this arl/ty iS being clewed with alarm by the Serbians and Bulgarians. GERMANS ADMIT PLAN Assumption of Allied Debts by Taking Bonds Is Proposal. ]3erlitt.---T'he German goverunJent or'- fit:tally admitted i~aving sounded the Lri~Jt~-d Stales governl~ent with the ~i(-,w to the assumption by Germany of a portion of the allied debts to America throngh t.he latter accepting (',erm~n reparations bonds in lieu of par( of Ihe allied obligations. No actual negotiations, however, it was said, had occtlrred between (~ernqany and the United States regarding repar- ations. Dr. Simons, the foreign minister, it was added, had explained .~o Lor~ng Dresel. United States commissioner in Berlin, the German standpoint con- cernlng reparations. Exorbitant Hotels "Strike" Called, Salt Lake City. lYtah.---A "strike" against llotels charging exorbitant prices for rooms and meals was called I)y Utah division of the Travelers" I'rotective Association O tr hlUerica z~t their amaual meo! iltg. Tariff on Hops Wanted. Sa(rnm~mto. ('el. \Vithou= di senl the ~tat,; ~e~zate ado!~l~d resolution~ l'eq~leStilJg ,-engross tO impose a pro- tective tariff on hops. Mr. Wheat Farmer WITH THE PRICE OF WHEAT WAY DOWN, WHY DON'T YOU MILK A YEW COWS AND SHIP US YOUR MILK AND CREAM'./ Dairy Products Still Bring Good Prices THE COW IS THE STEADIEST INCOM~ PRODUC- ER ON YOUR FARM. WRITE FOR INFORMATION. Broadview Dairy Co. SpoKane, Wash. [-,-,-- J. W. FORDNEY [ CLOS]P OUT t*:- f . %* Congressman J. W, Fordney of Mich- 0:~ igan, who will have charge of tariff it6~ legislation when congress meets. , + WORLD'S CROPS IN i:i: PROMISING CONDITION ":- \Vashin~Iou. D. C.-.-Th~" condition ()f (.~roal v)-()p.~ in lh(~ northern hemi- ~pht~l'!- ,'ii> d(,~(.rii)t,d us "ff(:llf, r~llty fav- ora.ble" l,y the del)arin]e~+, of :t/ri(.nl- lllr("s |)llI'I'RH Of CFO]5,% ill a slHnlYIHI'y of for,~i~n ('top pro~l)V('t.~. The mild wiul(~.r ilt ahnost 3{] tht, r~l)or)in~. ,:oun trie,~ was held Io tl[tve b(~ll all illl- l)orla)H fu(.tor in the crop sitHz;tic).'). 'lh*~ b,,rea,, said th,t not.hinff r'(dial)le had Col*de throllg]l as tO |(lissian ,'rot),~. I'#ilo To lnlld wea| ]lt, i', see(f~ll~ was r~l)t)rle(l )o have siariecl ill SaskIH('lle- wan un(1 :klb(~r'~a. Cat}~da, ~ mon(i~ t~arli~r than us]~ai. Winter rai~~s ira- l) I'OV ed the . UAI tll ni/~l- so w a. crimea ]s in k'r;tn(~e. ~pring c.tllllvat.iol~ was re- ported unnsually advanced in the T'ni|ed Kingdom. ('rops in Finland were u;,~i(] ~.O be ill zt. "prolaiSiltg coli- ditio~l" and B~lgium late whe~t was repel'ted sonle'whHt irregular. The Italian vrops were reporled a~ making normal progress and the wheat area in P~oulnauia wa.s (.~stirwtt(~d at .5.?, per cent over lust year. Fair and mild weather in Germany wak de(,larod to ] been favorah[~~ 1,3 tit~ w ............ $120.OO lO-foot double disc drill 8-foot double disc (irill One and one-half H. I). 3-inch , .......... 26.5.00 ..... 200.00 engine ......... 80.OO Webt et wagon ................... 175.OO Other Articles in LiLle Proportion PA _+ + LOUSE HARDWARE IM[PLEIMENT CO. PALOUSE, WASH. WILL PRC3E CARE OF DISABLED VETERAHS Washington, D. C.---Presidcnl ilard- tn~ has decided to have an eximu+,~tive investigatioo made of government care of !llsablml war veterans. Within :t few days he will seleel a special eom- mitle~ o[ inquiry. The I)resideut, Jl was said was (ie- t!~r'mined TO lay the situation before (.ollgres~ l~tIl(i the Cotlntr.~ tO (N)rFceI~ I)ossih]e abu ~es. The illV(,stigat ors ",vii] he illStrLIC1e(t I.O recnnll/l(.!ld ;lltv r(~inedia.I legislation. 'lwcive |hol]S~llqd gOV(+rll]llolll beds ~]lrt)u~hOll( the country hay(, [)celt [OI)II{I 3v:ti]~t')le for ex-sel%lC(' Tl~(-ll, and will s~ron be utilized for re/iel of hi:toy stiflering fornl(~r sohtiees, Presi- (I('/lt Harding anliou)',:ed a~Ic.r tl~e t'al)i- [le] littering. The. presidettt SOille (i[fle, a~!) appealed ~o all dep~r~ment heads to h)oi~ into the hospital sitnation in vi(,w of 1he shortage comlHained o for proper care of ailing ex-servico men. Heads of dep~rtments by check- ins tip all ~acitities, he said, had dis- revered a total of about 12.000 wait- ing b~ds that can soon be of service, This, the presidenl hoped, would go far toward relieving suffering among afflicted soldiers. :/ "I4rispie I~rust" I s G o od Bread "It's bigger and better" PALOUSE BA I~F_. 1~ Phone 57 CAPITOL CALLS LIMITED _ . President to See Casual Visitors on Three Days of Week. V~rashington. I). (L--Office ~eekers. inventors Of l'eJ'oI'lt'l Danaceas, a.tld eVOlt mentbers of congress a.nd others wh~) want to ask favors or dispense advice at the White House nlust )na.i{e their calls on Monday, ~Ve(tnesday or t,"ri- day hereafter, if they hope )o see President Iiarding. T])Js annollneernellt was made, in ac- cord with a decision by Ute president that he was giving too much time to ~'lsitors who have thronged ti~e ex- ecutive offices ever since inaugura- ti, om The demand on his iime has been ao great that he has spent many night hours at work on correspondence and other pressing business. Cheaper Than Washing at Home We have hmugurated the WET WASH system in our laundry, making it possible for tlmse wlio wish to do their own starching and ironing to have their washing done at a minimum cost. We will call for your family wash and deliver it again ~o your doing the work at a minimum cost of 75 cents for 20 Twenty pounds will cover the average family wash, so you are getting your week's washing done for 75 cents. Call us over the phone or call at the laundry and we will explain the plan to you, or; better yet, try the plan out by havin$ u~ do your washing nexl, week. Se,-.~. o, ~,.,,o..o.tPicted. Palouse ~team Laundry Seattle, Wash.--Federal prohibition agents are not empowered to stop and Telephone 02 search citizens for liquor on me streets, or In hotel lobbies, unless the officers are provided with specific search warrants, Federal Judge Netor- or h+., ,n a deo+ion h.nded do++. ,Republic Waut Ads Bring 0uick Re~ here. i'." $10,OOO.OO Worth of .:o ,o INTERNATION AL