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. TORTLAyP. OREGON, THURSDAY; JANUARY 36, 1911. ' PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Publisher Says $100,
000 Offered for Help.
ONE ARTICLE ALONE DESIRED
House Committee Learns of
PAPER'S SUPPORT SOUGHT
Bolnrs Manager of Journal of
Commerce. Which Opposes Sub
sidy, Says Attempt Made to Buy
Him on Three Occasions.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2.-Revelatlon of
attempts to buy the editorial support of
the New York Journal of Commerce In
lavor of sh!p subsidy legislation, which
that paper has consistently opposed, waa
made to the House ship subsidy Inves
tigating committee today by Alfred W.
Dodsworth. business manager of the
ESarlier In the day Faul G. Fournier.
representing the Uranium Steamship
Line, against which the so-called Lon
don Conference lines, control Unit what
la alleged to be SS per cent of the At
lantic passenger traffic, are arrayed, told
now railroad authorities In this country,
notably the Central Fassenger Associa
tion at Chicago, had refused to sell tick
ets routed over Independent lines unless
the Independents obtained the sanction
af the conference lines.
$100,000 Bribe Offered.
As a result of the evidence. Mr. Dods
worth's brother. John W. Dodsworth. edi
tor of the Journal of Commerce, will be
recalled to Washington to explain why
he failed to enlighten the committee In
his recent testimony. It Is probable that
Charles A. Conant, of New York, may
be asked to throw light on an offer to
subsidise the paper, alleged to have been
forwarded through him to the Journal of
Commerce, which he then represented as
Alfred W. rodwurth testified that his
paper had never been subsidised by any
Interests. But about alx years ago a
person came Into his office and offered
to pay the Journal of Commerce 1100,000,
Saking l.Oin.00i) copies of his paper, for
the insertion of an article in one issue
supporting ship subsidy legislation.
Tills man refused to disclose his iden
tity unless his proposition were to be
accepted. Mr. Dosworth said he Imme
diately called his brother, John W., into
his office as a witness to the conversa
tion and the proposition was declined.
Spain Also Tried to Buy.
Another man about two years ago.
Dodsworth said, tried to buy the support
I of the paper for W.00O. and In the Spanish-American
War the Spanish govern
ment tried to buy the paper's Influence.
Chairman Olcott. Representative I-ong-srorth,
of Ohio, and othr members of
the committee sharply criticised the two
brother for falling to submit this Infor
mation to the committee and pointed out
that John W. Dodsworth. In his testi
mony some time ago, had been asked
categorically as to such matters and had
denied any Information such aa that dis
closed today. The witness said the com
mittee would have to ask the brother
why he failed to disclose the Informa
tion. . Conant Made Offer.
Olcott asked the witness who repre
sented the Spanish government when It
tried to buy his paper's support. Mr.
Dodsworth replied that the proposition
came through Charles' A. Conant. who
waa then the paper'a Washington corre
spondent. Pressed aa to the Identity of
the men who made the offer. Mr. Dods
worth said his father or brother may
have been told, but ha himself bad not.
Conan submitted the proposition In a
letter, according 'to the wllress. who
qualified this by saying he thought It
waa a letter, after the committee had
stated It would like to have the letter.
Hawl'jr of Oregon asked how much
money wis proposed In that offer, and
the witness) said he did not know. His
father was then managing editor. -
Two frleamcr Lines Named.
Mr. Dodsworth. asked what he regard
ed as the ship subsidy interests, men
tioned the Ward line and the New York
A Porto Rico Steamship Company, but
did not recall others. He said he could
not undertake to came the persons who
made the JIo".( ofTT. but he believed
It came from ship aubtdy Interests, and
when fresed as to what he meant by
that, he mentioned the Cramps and the
Roaches as Interests coming under that
He referred to the attacks- made on his
paper for Its opposition to ship subsidy
and declared "a He from beginning to
end"' a clipping from a Cincinnati or
Cleveland paper, purporting to be an
artK-Ie from the Journal of Commerce
coming out for subsidy. He said the
New York Commercial and the New
York Tribune had called hie paper a
"subii.Iised shipping pr."
Mr. Dodsworth will resume his testi
AIM OXLY COOI FACILITIES
Root Says Ship Subsidy Bill Is Only
to Mate Malls Efficient.
WASHINGTON. Jan. tS. That the
Galllnger ocean mall bounty bill Is not
a subsidy bill merely a measure In the
Interest of postal facilities was con
tended In the Senate today by Root.
(Concluded sn !
FATHER IS UNFIT
CHARGE OP INCOMPETENCE TO
MANAGE ESTATE MADE.
Robert J. Hancock Cut Off In VIII
Bequeathing $1,000,000, Now
Removal as Executor Sought,
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. JS. (Special.)
Charging her own father with im
providence and lack of Integrity. Elaine
Hancock today began a court atruggle
to prevent the appointment of Robert
J. Hancock as executor of the will of
his mother. Mrs. Samuel Hancock.
In a formal objection, covering less
than one page of typewritten paper and
signed by her own hand, she asks thnt
Hancock be declared Incompetent and
that some reputable trust company be
appointed administrator of more than
11.000,000 worth of real estate ia San
Francisco and Oakland.
All the sordid story of Hancock's di
vorce from the mother of the young
girl who now attacks his character, and
of his subsequent dissipating of his
share of his father's estate, will be
told before Judge Graham In Superior
Court to prove the daughter's charges.
The will of his mother was to have
been probated today, but her grand
daughter's attack on Hancock aa Its
executor resulted In a continuance of
Hancock's mother cut him off In her
will, but curiously made him executor.
If Is this the daughter objects to. The
girl's mother obtained a divorce from
Hancock because of his extravagant
HOBOES CUT CITY WOOD
Vancouver Substitutes Woodpile for
KocWpile for Vagrants.
VAUCOTJVER. Wash, Jan. 25. (Spe
cial.) Vancouver's municipal wood
pile., substituted In lieu of a rockplle
for vagrants and other undesirables by
the city council, was started yesterday
when an even dozen vagranta were
sentenced to clear land. By night about
five cords of wood had been cut. and
two of the prisoners had escaped from
Guard R. S. Burkhart. by slowly work
ing out into the woods, and then dash
ing for liberty. They were not recap
tured. Two more were arrested last
night, so the "laxy dozen" continued
John Secrlst. chief of police, said to
night that the prisoners did not work
very hard, but Just kept moving. Their
dinner le carried to them to save time,
as the place of employment Is over a
mile from the city Jail, and they get
their breakfast and aupper downtown.
OLD SENATE WAY UPHELD
Wood rove Wilson Silent as Heyburn
Opposes Popular Vote Plan.
NEWARK. N. J., Jan. "S.-Whlle Sen
ator Heyburn. of Idaho, speaking at the
annual dinner here tonight of the
Board of Trade, defended the estab
lished system of choosing United States
Senators. Governor Wood row Wilson,
who haa Just succeeded in seating
James Martlne, the direct primary can
didate, sat silent.
Senator Hayburn said that out of 1200
Senators elected, there had been but 11
cases of tainted elections and he
doubted If any system could Improve
on such results. Under direct primar
ies, he urged, the only men eligible
would be those who had asked for office.
GUNBOAT ACCIDENT RUMOR
Explosion May Have Occurred on
Wheeling on Way to Cuba.
NEW YORK, Jan. IS. Rumors were
current carry today thnt there had been
sn accident or an explosion on board the
United States gunboat Wheeling at sea.
No confirmation of the report waa ob
tainable. The Wheeling la en route to Guantan
a mo, Cuba, having left New York on the
morning of January 2. She waa carry
ing ammunition and waa bound for Blue
None of the wireless stations near New
York nor on the Massachusetts coast
heard of any such disaster, nor had the
wireless station at Brooklyn Navy-Yard.
LOUIS HILL COMING VEST
Great Northern President to Make
Brief Stay In Portland.
Louis Hill. President of the Great
Northern Railway, and son of Jamea J.
Hill, Is due to arrive in Portland tomor
row. He left St. Paul In his private car
yesterday for a tour of the lines In the
While Mr. Hill's ultimate destination
Is California, where his family have
been spending the Winter, he Is sched
uled to spend a few hours In Portland
and Is expected to confer with John F.
Stevens. President of the North Bank
and head of the Hill enterprises la
WEYERHAEUSER TAX HIGH
Big Timber Company Will Pay $9 7,
566 in One County Alone.
SOUTH BEND. Wash.. Jan. iS.
(Special.) County Treasurer R. N.
Whltcomb today finished writing up
the 1910 taxes of the Weyerhaeuser.
Timber Company on Its mber lands
In this county. The total amount Is
It is the custom of this company to
pay ita taxes early and take the 3 per
cent rebate allowed on all taxes paid
In full before May ZU
, i i
BOMB IS HURLED
AT GANNON'S FOES
Vote-Buying Inquiry Is
Turned on Authors.
JUDGE HIMSELF IS SUMMONED
Grand Jury Ignores Time Limit
Which He Has Set.
BAGS OF MONEY DIVIDED
Major and Judge Accused of Taking
$9000 In Autos and Distribut
ing It Among Workers Demo
cratic . Chiefs Dismayed.
DANVILLE, 111.. Jan. 25. (Special.)
Vermilion County's political house
cleaning Is hanging in the balance to
night. Tomorrow scandalous revela
tlona that will tear Illinois politics to
the very roots may' be paraded forth.
Again, these rattling and hideous skele
tons may not be resurrected from their
A political coup, far-reaching and
powerful, executed by the "Uncle Joe"
Cannon Federal forces, lies behind the
scenes.. In one swooping move today
they hurled the election frauds Investi
gation back Into the teeth of Its In
stigators. Circuit Judge E. R. E. Klm
brough and Mayor Louis Piatt were
made the targeta of their own Inquiry.
The Mayor and Judge Klmbrough an
nounce they will go before inquisitors
and unreservedly tell all they know.
Judge and Major Accused.
The climax of the coup, the serving
of grand Jury summons upon Judge
Klmbrough, Mayor Piatt and a num
ber of politicians high in the Demo
cratic councils, came forward with a
two days' display of political pyrotech
nics such as Illinois has never before
witnessed. - .
The Fedoral forces effected a com
promise with the Republican -young
bloods" and the Issue of calling this
list of witnesses mas forced before the
grand Jury. Evidence of alleged po
litical corruption on the part of the
bench and Mayoralty chair was offered.
Charges were made that Judge Klm
brough and Mayor Piatt personally ped
dled more than JS000 to ward workers
from an automobile at the last Mayor
alty election. The grand Jury had no
choice. Within an hour after thla evi
dence had been placed, subpenas were
Issued for the following:
New Witnesses Summoned.
Circuit Judge E. R. E. Klmbrough.
Judge who started Inquiry, re-elected
IS months ago on the Democratic
Mayor Louis Piatt, Democrat elected
II months ago. Witnesses said he
spent 123.000 in the campaign.
Earl Chambers, garage keeper, who
declares he drove the automobile In
which the Judge and Mayor rode to the
polling place with bags of money.
Chris Lelna, Mayor Piatt's secretary.
Percy Piatt, son of Mayor Piatt.
(Concluded on rage 2
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FIRST PAGES ATTRACTIVE j
There will be live large sec
tions, besides the news depart
ment, in the Fiftieth Anniver
sary Edition of The Oregonian,
which will be published Febru
ary 4. Each of these sections
will have an attractive first
page, printed in colors.
On the front of the illustrated
industrial section will appear a
.large drawing of the state seal,
modified. It is typical of Ore
gon 's leading industries and,
i . .. i-: n;f,.a A
Vision of Fifty Years Real- i
ized," is the subject of a draw
ing on the first page of the his
torical section. This picture
shows a pioneer printer lifting
from the press a copy of The
Oregonian, while before him is
spread a vision of Portland as
the city appears today. The
first page of the county sec
tion shows a beautiful Oregon
panorama, with farm and or
chard land in the foreground
and Mount Hood in the distance.
On the section in which the in
dustrial articles are printed will
be a full;page layout of con
struction scenes on the two rail
roads building into Central Ore
gon. The cover of the Portland
section will show the new 15
story Yeon building.
COUNT'S WIFE DIVORCED
I. Szllagj 1 Is 3fow tlie Name of Wom
an Who Was Mrs. Bende.
SACRAMENTO. Cal., Jan. 25. (Special.)
Because William Q. Bende, who asserts
he Is an Austrian Count, was abusive
and made his wife get down on her knees
whenever the notion struck him, Mrs.
Bende was today granfed a divorce In
the local courts and allowed to resume
her maiden name, I. Szllagj 1.
Mrs. Bende declared that on several
occasions she was compelled to flee from
her tilled husband to prevent nlm killing
her. Several months ago Bende was
picked up on the streets of San Fran
cisco aa lost. He then appealed to the.
Austrian Consul for. a . decree. He
claimed he had been defrauded out of
his money by hie wife.
POISON KILLS BABY GIRLS
Two Children of Nehalem Valley
Resident Eat Fatal Tablets.
CLATSKANIE, Or.. Jan. 26. (Spe
cial.) Mildred, the five-year-old child
of Samuel Kobersteln who lives In the
Nehalem Valley south of this city, died
at 8 o'clock this morning as a result
of poisoning after eating mercury of
The child and an eight-months-old
baby sister on Saturday got hold of the
antiseptic tablets which had been left
there last Summer by a vetlnary sur
geon, the baby dying within half an
TRAVEL TO COAST HEAVY
Limited Trains Kun Extra Sections
Since Storms Ceased.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 25. Reports
to railway headquarters here Indicate
an Increase of passenger traffic from
the East that Is breaking all records
for Mid-Winter travel.
Since the restoration of normal con
ditions In the mountain passes, which
were blocked by heavy snow for a few
days, the limited trains from the East
are running in extra sections above
the regular schedules.
"WISH THEY'D GIVE A FELLOW A CHANCE AT THAT!"
I,,,..,.1.llTTtllltttlIIHt , .... J
2 HOB 22 IN CAR
AS BULLETS FLY
Shouting Holdups Loot
ONE, SHOT IN CHEEK, IS TAKEN
Motorman Races 18 Miles to
Los Angeles for Aid.
ONE VICTIM BADLY HURT
Outskirts of Santa Monica Scene of
Fourth Trolley Robbery In Less
Than Montli Posse Trails
Man Who Escapes.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 25. Yelling like
Indian warriors and firing revolvers
with both hands, two masked men
boarded an inbound beach suburban car
on the outskirts of Santa Monica short
ly after 6 o'clock tonight and after rob
bing 22 passengers and seriously
wounding one of them, were routed and
forced to flee by a single shot.
This shot wounded one of the rob
bers in the cheek, and he was captured
at 9:30 o'clock, when he boarded a car
to come to the city for medical treat
ment. The wound In his cheek betrayed
When brought to the County Jail here
he gave the name of Roy Fox and said
he was 19 years old. He refused to
give any Information concerning the
Identity of his companion.
His companion escaped In the brush,
and Is being hunted tonight by a sher
iffs posse. It is thought he will be
captured before morning.
Harry Mitchell of Santa Monica, who
was wounded in the fusilade, was shot
In the neck. His Injuries were pro
nounced serious by the surgeons of the
receiving hospital here.
Herbert Harlan, the man who shot
him, was struck by a bullet which
pierced Ms coat and fell harmlessly
Into his 'vest pocket.
Fifty Persons on Car.
The car, on which more than 60 per
sons were coming to the city from the
beach, had Just left Santa Monica City
Hall and was approaching Tokio sta
tion when the robbers, wearing ban
danna handkerchiefs over the lower
portion of their faces, swung aboard,
one at each end of the car. With a yell
they began shooting through the roof
and sides of the car.
The passengers were terrorized and
submitted without a- murmur when one
of the robbers ordered Motorman C. L.
Schaefer to take oft his cap and pass
through the car, taking money and valua
bles. Harlan said afterward he bad no
thought of resistance until he saw
Mitchell fall out of his seat wounded and
felt the blow of the same bullet which
pierced Mitchell's neck.
Bullet Pierces Robber's Face.
Mitchel wa9 sitting Inside the closed
portion of the car and Harlan occupied
the first seat outside. The robbers, es
corting the motorman on the collection
(Concluded on Page 2.)
BRIDE OF MYSTERY
MILLION" DOLLAR GIRL GOES OX
Xobody Knows Identity of Stephen
W. Glaser, Husband of Roberta
Buist de Janon.
LOS ANGELES, Cal.. Jan. 25. (Spe
cial.) Hidden from the. world, passing
their honeymoon in luxury and at home
to no one. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Gla
ser were located tonight at 939 South
They were married yesterday after
noon, and the bride was Miss Roberta
Bulst de Janon, the Philadelphia heir
ess to $1,000,000, who eloped a year ago
with Frederick Cohen, a waiter three
times her age.
Glaser, regarding whom nothing Is
known here," refuses to say a word or
even to let a reporter get near, but the
young wife camo timidly to the door In
response to a call.
"We have no statement to make con
cerning our marriage," is the substance
of her conversation.
Miss de Janon and Glaser appeared
here about six weeks ago and rented
the elegant Burlington-avenue resi
dence. They have since lived there,
according to neighbors, with an elderly
cbaperone and a retinue of servants.
They have spoken to nobody except
in case of absolute necessity, and sel
dom had a caller. When they went out
it was In a closed automobile. Today
they drove about the city four or five
hours. This was their wedding trip. .
Since the marriage license was Issued
to them here a few days ago they have
been unsuccessfully sought over all
Glaser's tips' of 20 coins helped them.
ACCUSED OFFICIAL QUITS
President of Spokane Works Board
Said to Play Favorites.
SPOKANE, Jan. 25. (Special)
Smarting under the repudiation of his
acts Jy his associates on the Board of
Public Works and by continued severe
criticisms from the City Council, George
W. Armstrong, President, has resigned,
the resignation to take effect February
1. The resignation has been accepted
by Mayor Pratt.
"I have been considering quitting for
two months," said Mr. Armstrong.
Armstrong has bepn nir--;VtV)- -tracts
for big Improvements without
advertising for bids or consulting other
members of his board. He has said
openly that his right to do this should
not be challenged. Last night his acts
were repudiated by his colleagues and
It has recently been shown that work
he let to favored contractors will be
done for one-third less by competent
AUTOS COLLIDE; TWO HURT
Tacoma Physician and Wife Injured
When Car Is Hit by Another.
TACOMA, Wash.. Jan. 25. (Special.)
Dr. Ernest C. Wheeler and his wife
were painfully Injured about 6 o'clock
this evening In an automobile collision
at North Eighth street and Takima
avenue, when their car was run into by
an automobile driven by James Lyon,
son of a real estate man.
Dr. Wheeler sustained a fracture of
the right leg and Mrs. Wheeler a frac
ture of the left arm. Both were
bruised, as was Lyon, who was thrown
from his car In the collision. Neither,
machine was going at excessive speed,
and the doctor was driving across the
street when the Lyon car came along
and struck the doctor's automobile
amidships. Dr. and Mrs. Wheeler were
both thrown out of their car. They
were taken to a hospital for medical
care, and later home. Neither automo
bile was much damaged.
MADISON GARDEN FOR SALE
New York's Pleasure Palace Is Ad
vertised for $3,5C0,000.
NEW YORK, Jan. 25. The annual
scare at the possibility of New York's
losing Madison Square Garden, the
scene of the yearly horse show and a
long list of exhibits and displays, is on
again. This time It Is based on the
appearance of advertisements offering
to sell the big amusement hall for
The directors of the corporation, who
Include J. P. Morgan, Charles Lanier
and James T. Woodward, are reported
as saying that they have carried the
property twenty years, chiefly for the
benefit of the public, and that if the
enterprise is to go on other men will
have- to put their shoulders to the
AUTOIST WILLING VICTIM
Superintendent Franklin, of Street
Railway, Admits Speeding.
All precedents were broken In Munici
pal Court yesterday when C J. Franklin,
general superintendent for the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company, ap
peared and entered a plea of guilty to
the charge of speeding his automobile,
and showed neither animus against the
arresting officer nor desire to question
his report. Patrolman Sims, who made
the arrest, was not In court, but the de
fendant sought no advantage from that
"I thnnk that I was going at the rate
of 25 miles." he said, "but if the officer
says 30, he Is right."
Judge Tazwell imposed a fine of $50,
which Franklin paid forthwith.
VOTE ORDERED OH
House Will DecideTwixt
South and West.
SAN FRANCISCO ASKS ACTION
New Orleans Seeks Delay, but
Is Forced to Yield.
BAY CITY CALLS BLUFF
Boost of Assured Majority of 2 0
Calls Forth Demand for Early
VoteSoutherners Fear Taft
Favors Western City. i '.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25. (Special.)-
San Francisco's long struggle to get a
day set apart In the House of Repre
sentatives for a vote on the exposition
controversy is won. On Tuesday next,
the day fixed by the rules committee thil
morning, the rules committee must con
front conclusions and submit to a de
clsioh at this session of Congress, for
which the Western state has for months
There can now be no postponement
over to a Democratic House and the wall
laid plans of the Southern city to resort
to such a move. If necessary, are finally
The special rule will provide for half
an hour's debate on each side and for
a rollcall. In which the membership wit
respond either "San Francisco" or "New
Orleans" In declaring their choice both of
location and of the widely varying ex
position schemes offered by the cities.
South Vainly Seeks Delay.
The Loulsanans, with Chairman Roden
berg of the arts and expositions com
mittee acrimoniously aiding and abetting
them, sought in vain to gain parliamen
tary advantage in the presentation of
the lfeue. The committee stood unani
mously for fair play, however, and Ignor
ing the whlnlngs of Rodenberg about the
relegation of his precious committee, de
cided to place the two cities on an ab
solutely equal footing before the House.
The selection of Tuesday was made
(Concluded on Page 4.)
INDEX OF TODAY'S NEWS
YESTERDAY'S Maximum temperature, 33
degrees; minimum, 34 degrees.
TODAY'S Ilain, with enow flurries; change
able winds, becoming northeasterly.
Junket of both houses of legislature to
Eugene Impresses lawmakers favorably
as to need of funds sought by University
of Oregon. Page 6.
Single-tax advocates pave way for ' their
theory. Page 6.
"Washington Senators, after heated argu
ment, adopt memorial urging congress to
open Alaska coal lands. Page 7.
First good roads bill faces defeat In House.
6enator Poynter, of Kentucky, brings Taft
into Lorlmer debate. Page 3.
House committee fixes Tuesday for vote oa
Exposition site. Page 1.
Publisher of New York Journal of Com
merce tells House committee ship sub
sidy men tried to buy paper's Influ
ence. Page 1. -
House refuses to increase salaries of Fed
eral judges. Page 3.
Taft reads message and reciprocity agree
ment with Canada to Cabinet before sub
mitting them to Congress. Page 4.
West Virclnta elects Chilton and Watson
Senators despite charges of bribery.
Elaine Hancock asks for removal of her
father as executor, saying he Is Incom
petent. Page 1.
One-milllon-dollar heiress, who eloped with,
waiter, weds secretly at Los Angeles.
Cannon turns vote-buying inquiry on ene
mies by causing them to be summoned
by grand Jury. Page 1.
Roosevelt announces itinerary of tour of
South and Pacific Coast. Page 4.
Veteran of British regiment which marched
on Astoria In 1846 dies in Canada. Page 1.
Letters Mrs. Turnbull declared forgeries
are genuine testifies handwriting expert.
Schenk case given to Jury after woman has
collapsed under prosecution's assaults.
Twenty-two passengers are robbed on street.
car near Santa Monica. CaU Page i.
David Graham Phillips' funeral to 'be pub
lic in deference to host of friends, page 9,
Society attends Portland auto show. Fags 8.
Oregon Retailer's Association convenes a
Salem. Page 8.
Oregon Agricultural College shows lg
gains according to President's report.
Commercial and Marine.
New gasoline schooner ordered for Yaqulna
Bay route. Page 18.
Conservative buying in the grocery trade.
Page 19. '
Wheat advances on heavy buying by longs.
Early gains In stocks lost In later selling
movement. Page 19.
Horse market opens at Portland stock-,
yards. Page 19.
Portland and Vicinity.
Bridge bonds awarded; contract for sub
structure authorized. Page 12.
Avple-growers to meet In Walla Walla to
perfect proposed selling organization.
Suit for damages under liability act raises
point as to when initiative measure be
comes law. Page 12.
btate Circuit Judges McGinn and Oatens to
oppose appointment of more judges, say
ing iourt system causes congested dock
et. Page 14.
Major Joseph A. Sladen, United States
Army retired, dies unexpectedly. Page 11.
Many changes proposed In clvlo council's
proposed school law. Page 1?.
Retail hardware men will oppose parcels
post. Page 14.
Grand jury examines report of Food Com
missioner Bailey. Page 90.