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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1923
Court Keeps Writ in Force
for Ten Days More.
CRIME RECORD IS READ
Government Cites Murders, In
terference With Mails, Dam
' age to Lines in Strike.
CHICAGO, Sept. 11. (By the' As
sociated Press.) The temporary re
straining order granted the govern
ment September 1 against the strik
ing railroad shop crafts and their
leaders, tonight was continued Jn
effect for not to exceed 10 days.
The original order would have ex
pired at midnight.
Federal Judge Wilkerson ordered
the continuance of the government's
motion at the close of the first day's
hearing on the petition of the attorney-general
for a temporary injunc
tion to replace it. The continuance,
the court stipulated, will terminate
upon the decision in the injunction
As a result of the continuance the
injunction hearing will be halted
tomorrow morning, while attorneys
for B. M. Jewell, president, and John
Scott, secretary-treasurer of the
federated shoo crafts, fergue for a
modification of its drastic resfric
tions. Donald R. Richberg, repre
senting the strike leaders, served
notice that he would move some
modifications when court convenes
Only Two Are Represented,
Jewell and Scott were the only
two of the more than 240 strike
leaders and 300,000 strikers affected
by the restraining order who were
represented in court by counsel to
day. They lost their first battle when
the court denied their motion that
the government's petition be denied.
"I am not prepared at this time to
decide that the bill fails to set up
any grounds for relief," Judge Wil
kerson said, and ordered Blackburn
Esterline, assistant to the solicitor
general, to proceed with the presen
tation of the government's case.
In the argument over the con
tinuance of the restraining order,
however, the court pointed out the
difference between the charges of
"unlawful combination" and "lawful
combination to do unlawful acts,"
and Indicated that if the defense can
show only the latter is charged in
the bill, some modification of the
present order might be made.
Crime Record Is Read.
The government today read into
the record a list of nearly 25 mur
ders growing out of the rail strike,
and literally hundreds of acts of
sabotage, assault, dynamiting, whip
ping, derailment of trains, burning
of bridges, rioting, destruction of
property and interference with
trains in interstate traffic.
The defense protested that the list
compiled by the department of jus
tice and sworn to by J. C. JlcGuire
attorney for the department, was
improper as evidence, but it was ad
mitted for the time being on the un
derstanding that the government
would produce further facts in its
On the same understanding Judge
. Wilkerson admitted a certificate
:rom Postmaster-General Work
showing that 953 mail trains, op
erating over track aggregating 82,
312 mles, have been withdrawn be-
- cause of the strike and that delivery
of the mails has been seriously
hampered. Likewise he admitted a
report from the director of agricul
ture of California showing the fall
ing off in fruit shipments during
the month of July because of the
railroad tie-up, the need of cars to
move the crops and a petition of
California fruit growers to the in
terstate commerce commission set
ting forth their need for cars.
X Elaborate precautions were taken
to guard against any untoward in
cident. Special guards of depart
ment of justice agents have been
detailed to protect the attorney
general and Judge Wilkerson. Long
be ore court opened picked agents
were (stationed at every entrance to
the federal building, while the rest
of the available force was scattered
through the 'courtroom.
Government Bill Attacked.
- Mr. Richberg, In a three-hour ar
gument, attacked the government's
bill; declared the acts Involved in
the -calling and prosecution of the
sinKe were entirely lawful; that
tie injunction was one the court
had no power to grant because it
is unconstitutional and violates the
Clayton act; and declared that if
the bill is stripped of its conspiracy
charges all that is left is a bill to
enjoin criminal acts by unidentified
persons who may or may not be
members of the unions.
The bill is based on an assump
tion that the defendants are under
a legal duty to obey the decisions
of the United States railroad labor
board, he said, and he cited deci
sions and the law creating the board
as well as statements of the law's
authors. Representatives Esch and
Senator Cummins, in support of his
assertions that no such legal duty
The attorney-general, Mr. Rich
berg declared, has no right to use
the power of the government to pre-1
vent labor from doing any lawful
thing to fight the "open shop" movement.
realized that apprehension still ex
All Washington was asked to pray
for Mrs. Harding's recovery today
by the commissioners of the District
of Columbia who issued the follow
ing appeal: 1
"The commissioners of the District
of Columbia, joining in the solici
tude of our esteemed president for
the recovery of his beloved wife and
deeply sympathizing with Mrs. Ha
ding in this time of her eufferjfg
and danger, call upon the people of
the District of Columbia to unite in
prayer for her speedy recovery."
"A -public prayer service, for the
speedy recovery of Mrs. Harding is
to be held at noon tomorrow in a
A call for public prayer meetings
as well as individual prayers at
noon tomorrow has been sent out by
Edward Percy Gates, general sec
retary of the Christian Endeavor
society at Boston.
The alumni association of Chris
tian Endeavorera of the District has
arranged the meeting here tomor-'
row, in which all denominations will
participate. It is estimated 20,000,
000 persons'-will participate in the
prayers tomorrow throughout the
PRESIDENT MORE BUOYANT
Optimistic Reports of Physicians
Bring- Back Cheery Smile.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. 11.
Several official callers at tho White
House today remarked , on the
marked effect, upon President Har
ding of the continued optimistic re
ports from the physicians attending
his wife. The double strain of gov
ernmental responsibility and the
condition of Mrs. Harding had' be
gun to show in his physical appear
ance yesterday but today the presi
dent was alert and smiling once
Since last Friday Mr. Harding has
sjent the majority of his- waking
hours sitting in a chair at the door
of his wife s bedroom.
The- president's vigil was often
shared by Laddie Boy, Jus pet Aire
dale, several intimate friends re
porting tKat they had, come upon
the two cany, the Airedale with hi
head on his master's knee or half
sitting at his feet as they both
watched the closed door behind
which the fight for life was in
STEP TO iPE
Proceedings Create Lively
Hubbub in House.
SEVEN CHARGES MADE
Attorney-General Accused of Mal
feasance in Obtaining Rail
nue, admitted her age was but 19.
though her name was signed to the
petition. Like R. Wadsworth of
Gresham, Whose age is 17, she tes
tified that the - circulator told her
that a few years "made no differ
ence." Mrs. C. A. Mosier, 554 East Madi
son, testified that the address of
261 East Thirteenth street, given to
"Mrs. Zoe Mulbey," did not exist.
C. . D. Miller, 2050 East Stark
street-,- thought he was signing a
petition to build a Sellwood bridge,
a project he favored, he testified.
A. T. Williams, Australia hotel,
testified that he signed over pro
test after telling the circulator that
he was a citizen of Great Britain.
Circulator Is Persistent.
S. W. Laird, 833 Milwaukee, said
that the fact that he was an alien
did not weigh with the circulator,
who pressed him for his signature.
R. Camirand, 1053 Tillamook, tes
tified that he attended a picnic at
Crystal Lake park in company with
his -sweetheart and that a petition
circulator pursued him all over the
place, insisting that he sign. 1
"I told him I was not a citizen and
couldn't vote but he . followed me
all over the park and I finally
signed to get rid of him," he as
serted. These are but a few of the scores
of . irregularities disclosed In the
probe yesterday. There were 54
witnesses in the morning session, 56
in the afternoon.
WRITERS HIT LDHG TRAIL
PARTY EX ROUTE TO OREGON
ROLL AXOJfG WESTWARD.
MAIM HUNT CONTINUES
Day Develops No New Clews to
Assailant of O'Hares.
FRIENDS NOT FORGOTTEN
HARDIXGS NOT CHANGED BY
HONORS, SAYS MRS. CAKE.
Cordial Greeting and Entertain
ment Given and Many Acts of
Kindness Done Quietly.
MRS. HARDING IMPROVED
Continued From First Page.)
otjiieve LiiaL iurs. naraing is going
Secretary of the Iavy Denby, who
saw the president this evening, isaid
on leaving the White House: "Mrs.
Harding Is decidedly better."
The bulletin issued tonight at the
White House gave Mrs. Harding's
condition as follows:
Mrs. Harding s condition at 7:30
"Laboratory observations show
increased elimination and improve
ment in character of findings. Gen
eral appearance indicates improve
ment of complications.
"Surgical procedure further de
ferred awaiting localization of the
"Patient has had most comfort
able day during the present illness.
While all indications show favor
able progress, prognosis is still
"C. E. Sawyer, M. D."
. There were many callers through
out the day at the executive man
sion, among them members of the
cabinet and intimate friends. Sen
ator Mydill McCormlck, Illinois, who
talked with Secretary Christian, re
ported that there was a general
feeling of encouragement over Mrs.
Harding's condition, although all,
Not a single friend of Mr. and
Mrs. Harding who knew them dur
ing the days of struggle with the
Marion Star in their early married
life or later during the first stages
of the president's political ascension
has had occasion to feel that their
occspancy of the White House has
made an iota of difference in their
attitude of friendship. Mrs. W. M.
Cake, who resides' at the Nortonia
hotel and who was a childhood
friend -of Mrs. Harding in Marion
thus eulogized them yesterday.
"No matter," she said, "how slight
an acquaintanceship exis-ted when
they lived in Ohio, the possessor is
certain of a cordial welcome at the
White House, and this does not
mean merely a cordial 'How do you
do!" but the full extent of Harding
hospitality in. every way. Nearly
every day friends from Marion and
other cities are to be found in the
White House and always they are
welcomed and feted just as any
celebrity would be.
"Hundreds of acts of1 real kind
ness are done by them of which the
public never hears. When I was
there about a year ago a man they
had known In Marion came there
for an operation on his eye. Mrs.
Harding treated him with the ut
most tenderness and neighborly so
licltation. just as though they were
still neighbors back in the little
Ohio city, and I did not learn until
much later that the president and
his wife paid to have the operation
and also a previous one performed
by a noted surgeon because the man
could not afford to pay for the ex
pert .medical service he needed to
have his eyesight saved.
"Mrs. Harding is one of the most
efficient and capable women I have
ever known. I remember when she
first married Mr. Harding, and
although she came of a wealthy
family and had never had any real
business training, she worked hard
with him when he took over the
Marion Star and was in a large way
responsible for the success which
attended their efforts to : make a
successful paper of it.
"She has abundant determination
which she uses to the best advan
tage in everything she undertakes,
whether it is as a hostess or in
some other capacity. She Is the
same efficient housekeeper in the
White House that she was in Marion
and runs her household personally,
paying the same minute attention
to all details connected with the
"She is alert, bright and sympa
thetic and she is capable of taking
command of any situation which
presents itself. As a hostess, and
especially as an informal hostess,
Mrs. Harding is delightful and when
seated at the family table one never
hears 'Mr. Harding' or 'Mr. Presi
dent,' but 'Warren' and 'Florence,'
and 'Tom, Dick and Harry.'
"Mrs. Harding has done a great
deal to put the president where he
is, and it would be a disaster if her
present illness would prove fatal,
for the president relies on her for
a great many things, and she has
more than a domestic responsibility.
However, I feel certain that her ill
ness will not be fatal. It is just a
premonition, but I feel sure that she
will pull herself through the crisis."
WOMAN BURNS TO DEATH
Squirrel Poison Ignites, Setting
Mrs. Carr's Clothes Afire.
OAKDALE, Cal., Sept. 11. Mrs. M.
E. Carr, 66, died today from burns
received when phosphorus balls for
squirrel poinson she was taking
home in her automobile ignited, sup
posedly from the heat of the ma
chine, and set fire to her clothing. '
The accident occurred in front of
the Carr ranch near Knights Ferry,
but Mrs. Carr's husband did not hear
her screams until too late to save
BI GRAFTON WILCOX.
(Copyright, 1922, by the Chicago Tribune.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 11.
Impeachment of Attorney-General
Daugherty was attempted in the
house today by Representative Kel
ler. Minnesota, republican, . upon
charges of malfeasance in office,
based largely upon the attorney
general's conduct in obtaining the
temporary injunction against the
railroad strikers in Federal Judge
Wilkerson's court in Chicago.
Tha 1rit-nrlnrHnTI nf thp imDeaCh-
mt coated a lively OLTMPIA, Wash., Sept. 11. (Spe
hubbub in the house. In the course cial.) Today, the fourth of the
of it Mr Keller was denied the Thurston countyhunt for the man
privilege of making a speech or of who attacked Mrs. Kate O'Hare, her
extending his remarks in the Record. ve children and a-young neighbor
He -was forced to content himself last Thursday night, found the forces
with making the declaration of 1m- better organized and rel'ef being
peachment and the introduction of supplied more regularly but with
the formal resolution, both or wnicn "
were promptly referred to the house "i "e
judiciary committee. V1 report,a rtecelved ,t5ay
that men answering the description
Favorable Report Unlikely. of the fug.ltiV6 had been seen ln
Unless sentiment against the at- various parts of Thurston and
torney-general grows stronger, Grays Harbor counties were run
there is little likelihood of the ju- I down without result.
diciary committee making a favor- I L. S. May, criminal investigator,
able report on the impeachment returned from Seattle today with the
resolution to the house. A meeting I developed photographs of the finger
of the committee to consider tne prints of the fiend taken from f urni-
impeachment probably will be called ture and other articles ln the O'Hare
at an early date and arrangements bedrooms and declared he had
probably will be made then to give means for positive identification of
Mr. Keller and nis supporters a the fugitive.
hearing. I At the hospital it was said today
Rising to a question of the high- that all the v'ctims of the attack
est privilege immediately after tne I would recover.
house convened today, mr. is-euor
voiced his impeachment, charging
that "Harrv M. Daugherty, attor-
nev-ereneral of the United States,
has used his high office to violate
Charges Set Forth.
H declared that Mr. Daugherty
was guilty of the following particu
CLEAR TITLE IS UPHELD
Property Purchased From County
Held Not Liable to Tax.
OLTMPIA, Wash., Sept. 11. (Spe
cial.) The question whether the
'T?irot a.hridarine- freedom of I purchaser from ' a county of real
speech; by abridging the freedom of estate obtained by the county under
the Dress: by abridging the rlgni oi loreuusuro ui a general iax certm-
the people peaceably to assemble. cate of delinquency would receive
"Second, that unmindful of the a title free and clear of all previous
duties of his office and his oath to local assessments was answered in
'defend the constitution of the Unit- the affirmative by the supreme court
ed States and unmindful of his ob- toaay in xne case or tne iviaryiana
ligations to discharge those duties Realty company versus the city of
faithfully and impartially, tne saia i lo-likl ml. o. iuuaa? uuu xi.
Harry M. Daugherty has in his ca- '"-""pi.
? ,ttni-T,AV-rmeral of the The city issued to Mr. Lindsay
United States conducted himself in certificate of delinquency growing
a manner arbitrary, oppressive, un- '"""a
just and illegal. assessments and subsequently . the
Third, he has without warrant p-"""--' i mD
threatened with punishment citizens o" cerwucatea oi delinquency
tv, ri.it atct whn have no- o tn& same property based on
posed his attempts to override the county and. state taxes,
constitution of the laws of this na-
Funds Held Wrongly Used.
xi-i.T-th Ym rma HflAri the funds
of his office illegally and without Dog Playfully Drags Child Under
Day Will Be Passed In Salt Lake.
City, Where Frederick O'Brien
Will Join Celebrities.
OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 11. (Spe
cial.) Surviving the outer- barrage
of hospitality laid down by Chica
goans, the nine members of the
rough writers' party are rolling
along the Union Pacific trail almost
as steadily as before, and with in
creasingly uncontrolled enthusiasm.
"No Pullman berth control at all,"
says Charlie Towne.
"Back in New York they gave us
a kick-off lunch at Sherry's. 'Sher
rio' was the farew.ell word.
"The Chicago writer gang, with
Edna Ferber as spokesman, warned
us solemnly against western good
"What with John Held sketching,
Chappell writing belated articles,
Ruth Hale pounding her portable
for Judge and everyone else turning
out copy, our car resembles a liter
art sweat shop. At that, Towne and
Chappell find time to rehearse their
famous burlesque opera stunt, and
the Traprock quartet is polishing up
waiiace lrwins verse about the
trip which Hubbard Hutchinson has
set to music.
"Tomorrow a swim in Salt Lake,
Irwin, comfortably corpulent, says
so nttie oi him will sink beneath the
surface of the bleakishly buoyant
water it s nardly worth while put
ting on a bathing suit.
"At Salt Lake Fred O'Brien joins
us. Traprock, something of an ex
pert in feminine pulchritude himself,
wants to treat Fred to a look at a
leuowstone park geyser girl."
New Models of "Maytag" Electric Washing Machines Now on Display
Demonstrations in Your Homes Convenient Terms
man woue v& jo.
"Merchandise of J Merit Only
IrtKcIaiy Sale ,
JOINT REUNION PLANNED
Hood River and Wasco Pioneers
to Meet Saturday.
HOOD RIVER, Or., Sept. 11. (Spe
cial.) Members of the Hood River
County Pioneer association will go
to The Dalles next Saturday to par
ticipate in a joint reunion with the
Wasco county pioneers. They will
be guests of the Old Fort Dalles
Historical society. It is expected
tnat aoout 100 pioneers and mem
bers of their families will make
The completion of paving of the
Columbia river highway between the
two mid-Columbia cities will prob
ably result in reunions In the future
on alternate years in the two cities.
The local pioneers will be headed
by their officers, F. . C. " Sherrieb
president, and Henry L. Howe, sec
GIRL, HIT BY TRUCK, DIES
Wheels of Father's--Machine.
warrant in the prosecution or in
dividuals and organizations for cer
tain lawful acts, which- under the FOSSIL, Or., Sept. 11. (Special.)
law ne was Byeuiiiuaiiy iui umuou jttutn vjnixin, iive-year-oia aaugn
to prosecute. ter of George Griffin, died of in-
Fifth, he has failed to prosecute I juries sustained under her father's
ndividuals and organizations vlo- truck after she had been dragged
lating the law af t'er those viola- playfully from the running board
tions have become public Bcandal. I by her pet dog.
'Sixth, he has defeated the ends The little girl had been in the
of justice by recommending the re- habit of riding on the running board
lease from prison of wealthy offend- As the truck neared the gate of her
ers against the Sherman anti-trust father's premises she placed one foot
act. I down to get off. The dog dragged
Seventh, he nas tailed to prose- her down under the wheels. The
cute defendants legally indicted for child died in, a Condon hospital.
crimes aganiBL lllq pcuyic.
Administration leaders said to-1 , Greaarlous Bear Pursued
niirht that there Is no justification
for the charges against the attor- HOOD KIVH.R, Or., fcept. 11.
nev-ireneral. Majority Leader Mon- (tspeciai.) uunters witn dogs re-
dell was given general support when I turned tonight after vain pursuit
ha insisted that the "Keller resolu- or a Dear wnicn invaaea tne tnickly
tion should go to the judiciary com- settled Frankton district near the
mittee without discussion." Columbia Gorge hotel last night
Bruin, crossing the Columbia river
hiehway and entering the lawn of
TflX PRC n RFWn wnFn Senator Nicholsen, barely missed
(Continued From First Page.) I J. E. Smithson, telephone man. The
CANADIAN FLIER DROWNS
Plunge Into Four Feet of Water
' Fatal to One,"Injures Two.
VANCOUVER, B. C., Sept. 11. Ma
jor C. JdacLaurin, officer in charge
of the Dominion government air
station here, was drowned early this
afternoon, when the seaplane which
he was piloting plunged into four
feet of water on the baech near
Point Grey. The body had not been
recovered. It is believed that it
cannot be released until the ma
chine is righted or hauled ashore.
John R. Duncan, a passenger, suf
fered a broken leg, broken ribs
and other injuries, and A. L. Hart
ridge, mechanician, was injured
about the back. They were removed
to a hospital.
Harold avenue, thought the petition men and dogs lost the bear's trail
she was signing was to lower the high up on the range west of the
cost of fish. valley on a rocicy canyonside.
Margaret McDonald, 953 "Williams
QiTniiQ nnflwTRtnnil ia Ttitirn sho
federal income tax.
Ed Wickstrom, 529 Webster street.
said he signed because he was told
the bill was to lower telephone
Verna Peters, 1055 Williams ave-
EIGHTEEN BLACKS DROWN
Xegro-Ijaden Truck Goes Through
Bridge Into River.
HOMERVILLE, Ga., Sept. 11.
Eighteen negroes are believed to
have been drowned today when a
motor truck filled with fans en route
to a baseball game plunged through
Fourteen bodies had been recov
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