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State Body Informs City of Port
end It Has Too Much Work on
Hand to Arrange New Sched
ule by January 1, as Desired
Salem, Nov. 2. If th city of Port
Und ! fcl with the necessity of re-
Jin Ita water rates January 1, next,
aa Indicated by a letter from the Port
land rlty councfl tn tha nnkii,. i
commliuiton aeveral weeks aco, it muat
" "a own salvation to the best
01 vm anility without any help from the
However, as soon as its docket per
ui commisajon is ready and wll
"n to supsrvliH. the Uak of revlli,f
u. Kimuie or water rates, not
withstanding the fact that the state reg
ulatory body has no Jurisdiction over
municipally owned utilities, providing-
y.- .iiy sssures tne comminsion of the
iuii cooperation of Its various depart
win siana tne expense to
wnicn me commission might be put In
accommodating the municipality in this
This, in short, is the reply rff the pub-
-rn.e rommismon in a letter for
wroea u Mayor Baker and the city
council, this mornlns;. to the recent re-
quest of the city of oPrtland that the
commission make an Investigation of the
rates of the city water bureau mil .i.k.
lish a new schedule which will make the
uumy seir Bupportlnn.
Rate maklne lh t'Ctm m I mm Inn ! t
Involves first of all the valuation of the
uumy. a task which will involve months
rather than days or weeks, and one
upon which the commission will not be
In any position to undertake for at least
another 10 4ay.
However, in order to hridire the
(Cowitsdrd ea PMa Two. Column Two)
DAN CASEY GETS
Han Casey, convicted slayer of Fred H.
rhllllpa, special policeman, nervously
thawed rum this morning as he heard
from the Hps of Circuit Judge Kavanauh
that ominous proclamation. The sen
tence Is that yeu shall b harged by the
week until you are dead: and may the
Irflnlts rather of us all have mercy on
your soul." The execution date was set
for Thursday. January 21.
Casey had but a moment before
""rd ,nto th crowded courtroom
with his usual bravado very much In
evidence. Us heard his attorney. Seneca
Kouta, tell the court that he had nothing
to say. since the Jury"s verdict of death
"" or ua present. Then Casey
ot to his feet. 3UI1 energetically chew
ing his rum. the prisoner mumbled In a
tone, welrhted with emotion and barely
audible. "I ve rot nothing to say "
KouU anked for 10 days In which to
me a motion ror a new trial and will re
quest that his client be kept In Portland
in the meantime, since i h. n
end his attorneys are ppolnted by the
.u uum near neavy expense
traveling to and from Salem. The pro
fvdure. unleiu Kmiia' r..... . . .
win v,. , ' . 'I"" is graniea.
SL-ik.?. turn Casey over to Sheriff
utuvrry io ue warden at
the state prison at Salem within 20 days,
1mn Uat he would be trans
ferred to the penitentiary at once.
Dog Gets in Road
Cyclist Takes Spill
Adog ran across Powell Valley road
i'.. C',y. ,,miU Fr,d,y ftemoon
jpat In time to overturn a motorcycle
ridden by Herbert Stalder. hit East Sev
enteenth street. Stalder was thrown to
Ihe rround and knocked unconscious
J. wM tk?n home " automobile
which passed by a few minutes later.
His motorcycle was taken to 990 Powell
alley road where It Is being kept. HI.
Injuries were not serious. The dor was
not badly hurt. WM
Open Ui to
The board of county commissioners
"i.y enierea into a contract with CG.
Church to rescue th oKsnnn. .....
... vivJw KUIU.
rnooues at Eagle creek. The cars will
orougnt out to Bonneville, a distance
of one mile and a half, and from there
hipped to Portland by steamboat Ac
cording to the latest figures there are
37 cars kt Earle creek Tk ... ,,,
Py the expense of getting the cars out.
""1 amount not to exceed $200.
cnurcn is also to furnish planking
to .aalat .. i . . .
.,, Kcmng oul cars m tne vi
cinity oC Multnomah Fall. it
number. Thev a v. j
train at Multnomah Falls and shipped
Tn ti. m . i . i
.iU - "iiiw lue couniy commls
sioners will co ihH witK
" " ' MIC WUIK Ul
ig me roe a east or LatourelL
DEPE5D8 Oir mpadt
Whether the tat. huv,...t. ,
-k,., w. unueriake to open the high
way thTOurh Moo1 .
- wuiuy will
depend on the observations of Assistant
Engineer Kelly, who started today to
urer ine road rrom Bridal Veil to
ascertain condition, if it i. j
i, ... , " ivuuu m
it will require a great expenditure it Is
-"" ui.i me clearing of the road
will be left to th. re,.r5a.?
! mi expnee oud not be Jus-
lIJC luuunoman county end
route t0 provlde a trough
Another rrtnRir1rtttiAn i.
-- .svi is II lyj
Just the beginning of winter and after
the road is cleared th... i-
km. . .. . . c m me possi
bility of it being blocked again
"It Will all (tenant " anlJ TT,.
Commissioner' Teon today, "on the re
port that Kelly brings back Mond.v -
OPEXED TO LATOURELLE
The Columbia Rlvor hi.k i .
opened as far aa LatoureUe and today
w v. punning on towards Mult
nomah Fa Is. if i. i.. .
Ikii w ' curious to take their auto-
ucvono tne vista house as only
a single track has heen i v. .w.
"now. In. fact thi. V, -.Tr""rT"
about half a mile this side of the Vista
house and when v.hi.u. I . -
fV . . . V --"-" iiieei. one or
tkem has to back up a long ways before
t oi'ulc is reacned.
w . . a umi uver me
VV i' reaoh the ,are number of
abandoned automobiles between Multno
mah Falls and Eagle creek is proceed
ing very slowly.
It has been fnnnii im . i . . .
crape the snew off with a tractor A
G. B. THOMAS
This Fact Brought Out by Testi
mony Given at Investigation of
Properties Department by Wit
ness Who Collected Funds.
Employes of the properties denart.
ment of the school board solicits
collected funds from other employes for
me campaign expenses of ni.
s.At. t "JV ouiiuirer on
school time, and in automobiles on which
mlleagle was charged to the school dis-
More Dynamite Such as Was Used
at Opening Session Declared
Needed to Bring Action; Many
'Important, Issues Untouched.
Washington, Nov. S6 CWA wrvr
TON BUREAU OF THE ToURNAU
Another stick of dynamite may be
needed to stir the diplomats, assembled
at the conference, to decisive action.
Secretary Hughes, who at the flreropen
session showed his ability to start thlnrs
So:ng, still hold th initi.n,7T Jr.?8
far has giver, no indication that he has
. ' 1 tNl -1 - . " '
This cam Dai m rT,a . I z. piusives ror tne Far East i
tween $75 and $80. wsl lar TJ. of problema u
to the contributors. f'r t .eI "et or principles
(Conrlndfd on P. Two. Column Thro.)
10,000 Entries of
World's Best Stock
Shown at Chicago
rn.i v V. . . J?l
. OT- z u- P.) Thousands
of Hv-tock breeder, and feeder, were
I?wt??5r for International Llre-fcfPtton-
opening. Ten thou!
iJLtri of the world's beat "blue
blooded" stock were combed and- man"!
cured for the exhibit.
rSLhonk0r" ln "tock JulnS went to
Colorado when representatives of that
r : 'owrn r11-.1 ,n.
It ver. - r'rlS rrom 10 tO
i years of age, scoring luss noint.
Oreeler' 12:. PhaIW Of
with m points. U" viauai honors
to the contributnr.
Employes of the properties department
were given cards tn riict-ik..... - j
.ou.uulc kiiu were
appointed to. look after Thomas' inter-
ilxr 8 on eIectin day.
W. A. Dickson r,;nninni . . ,
Green school, whose wife is one of three
women teachers Director
Thomas is trvinir to .k 7l , Jli
subscribe to the slush fund, in a hot
roai name with Thomas, stated that
Thomas said aftr h. -i . .
;hiW.k re .1ow tryin t0 set back on
Blue, ana .-rou worked for
the wrong man and you can now take
The department nf r-.; .
m. - l"uyciUC9 cost
.997 to operate ln 1920. In 1921 it
cost J28.571. During September. 1920,
the cost was 11701 S5 i o .
1921. It was $3200 PmDer.
diBchaVngedthi8 " M
These were some or th e,.. i
out at last n.ght's hearing of charges
against the properties department of
-oo'kifh' .he?r' was
-ri T . ' "'"" rana x. Shull.
The defense will present its case next
Friday night at,7 o'clock.
thh!fl, M?aln' who resigned from
tMwT1!JPU witness of the evening.
He related that on July 1. with Ed Ship
o.y he wa" PProached by E. E.
Stackhouse and M. Odell and asked to
take up a collection for George B
Thomas1 campaign: that on July 14 he
had a conmrntlnn ifk rj
wao saM the campaign funds were 1270
fhtu? na PreRfnted by Elihu Root that
-mk k Iioooaj' ana the rejoinders
which have appeared since have been
equally bare. This is not to say that the
untangling of China s financial situation
Is unimnortanf . tk. k.
manifested desire to help China's re v-
.- uiU auminiau-ative forces is not a
good sign, but this is only scratching the
m"" " " wnen aiscusslng setUe
. cMiem questions.
MEAJflSGS MAT DIFFER
.at .k ChiTia7 There are disquieting
"fk rat na"ons d nt mean thi
"en lnev talk about China.
mq k , 1 may mean China without
teS5?rtrU MonSoHa or even other
TXTV i . .
.oqui snantung. the Jar-
To.i;. Vr7.lr.. iureln leaseholds, the
.1 - uons' tne British-Japan
""ui;e ii tnese subjects have
ofwa?ebted the offic,al and the un!
oriicial cammim mu. . , :'
T, j.. : "ui snow it
thi;. ws:r.!.m cnten to negi, t
' . """ws, as tnough they were
not Dart nf tk. J erc
. . ... - . uicnu. vr course it is
f11" just what may be going
. - io pene
trate. ExceDt for thA .
. ... vijcu Bcsaion
' (Concluded on Pe Three, Column Bonn)
CoiBwd oa pn. Hewn.. Cdaaa Om)
Tramps Over Snow
To Meetffis Fiancee
Hood River, Nov. 26.-Mr. and Mrs.
O. r. Klngsley are on their way here
to attend the wedding of their son.
kfSf A Kln8l'. and Miss Anna Mae
night at 8 o-clock at the home of Mr
and Mrs. W M. Chipping, the bride's
parents . Owing to the great difficulty
of traveling over snowbound roads
only relatives of the couple will attend.
. k"Biey mu&nea over two miles
or snow to meet hi. hrM. tv. .
nirhL after arrival at th. . ,jTTl
rmm k. x-k r,: 'UUInK
... w. .w m xiik roaa.
Santa Fe Ordered to
Reduce Oregon Rate
Waahlnrton. 'nv tt r v
ln cn th complaint of the Doutlaa!
v.i.tmmvrr oi commerce, the in
terstate ce(Rmarr mmiBBt. a j
Y ""'iidoivu tuuay or-
dered the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe
railroad abolish its discriminator
class anctrommodity rate from points in
California.:- Oreron mil .
- . . " ouuig tun io
Blsbee, Arix.. and El Paso, Texas.
Has Faith in Parley
Its Ultimate Success
By Wlrkkam Steed
Editor ef tie Losdoa Time
iCowrrWht. l3i. by Calud N.w,)
Washington. Nov. . I ma the other
day that the conference was becom
ing Interesting. It has now 'become
very Interesting, reoota unversed In
ways, or rather h. .
nmrnm, ox coniertnces
position critical, .nrt .
Jotce over It. according to their desires
failure! uccw or ,h'lr nop" for its
rJlJ, I".1? lo dlul the fact that
Powerful Influences In many countries
are working directly and Indirectly
Ih.rr COBfr'n- but I believe
that the Influence making for substan-
OT ALAEMKD AT C SIS
Ilenca I eaanot feel alarmed at the cri
sta which m Imagined to exist, because
of the serious elements In the situ
ation Htm to be Intractable, if treaud
In good humor and Ith good wiu -, and
also, because several of the disturbing
. factors are mutually contradictory and
serve to cancel each other.
A brief list of disturbing factors that
have arisen during the last few d.i
may be vafuable. Taken roughly Is
ehroaologlcai order they are"
fence campaign in the American press, a
I .ertinn nf ,Kl..k i- .i... .
7k .. ; .vriving io prove that
the UnUtatlon of arrrAments wou'd be
dangerous to America, and that th.
Lnited States should hold no truce with
European nation, which are aJwafs
HUw?."n amon themlve The
delegates are also being bombarded with
propagandist circulars deal..??
may wink thi fr.t wia. . , ' "esignaiea to
ir.,. fi..r -ap and the
J Despite the excellent im fare as ion
made by M. Briand". speech wd by M?
Btlfour'i and Mr. Hughes' rephe,
f.ur,'a,LPJr,,nlBent British pub?lc2?
assured American readers that France
Is incorrigibly militaristic and that u
she want. .k.-i .. . . "'.i, 11
make waT onEnjiZd " " t0
ae!eT?TeathFnUth0r1tT f 80me
I f'8" Frlnce w" suted to desire
- cqwi io tne Japanese, k.ih
maintaining the latest arT
han " UeCed t0 'listing on
Tk rf e navy ePu1 to 70 per cent of
snrr,Can r 0,6 BrilTsh
ITALIA IRRITATES FRENCH
na,yn 'ed disposition to de
mand a fleet equal to that of France!
Her spokesman in the conference w
reported to have lrrluted STrenc
.....m wnK-n tn. Brland re
on i-Tanctsco, Nov. 26. (I N &)
chuJlf Le.gal n;s mat'erUlly
" . ub oi me Arbuckle
case today and both went over until
"""'"J' ir argument.
The first a mn wv.n .
' me ucicnse en-
deavored to have read depositions taken
in Chicago and New York. The state
"t tney be permitted to
-u me aocuments, forecasUng a battle
as to their admissibility
The second was over the qualifications
of Ignatius McCarthy as a fingerprint
TTWrf Tki 111 k. . e-'V"".
z. . arguea Monday.
Today's Session vaa
by further testimony tending to show
v v... .i, wcasions V irginia Rappe
rent her clothing whii ; ,
den attacks of pain.
. .courtroom trial "fans" had their
first 'close up" of a "movie- actor
corning to the defense of Arbuckle when
Ph lo McCullough of Hollywood was
called. His curly hair and smartly
waxed moustache bespoke his profes
ston. He stated he met Miss Rappe two
years ago In Hollywood. Miss Rappe
visited his Hollywood home as a guest
the witness stated.
"She had a few drinks and became
noisy, McCullough testified. "She
brought the drinks gin herself. She
tore her stockings and waist off."
On cross-examination McCullough
stated he knew Arbuckle and had vis
ited the latter-s home.
The Saturday Vmir .
k i ua.j jjreventea
the defense from closing their case as
(Oontinatd on Pe Two. Column One)
(ONchMfad. ea.ran Thr. Cohum Fear)
Mishap, Not Suicide.
inougnt Cause of
,. , (Bt Cnited News)
Milwaukee. Wis.. Nov m.iT.
surface appearances, a suicide, the fam
ily and friends of Ralnh r ci.
assistant professor of history at the
University of Wisconsin h.ii.. .k-. k.
waa the victim of an accident.
tie waa found in his room by his
mother, dead, with ;
- - "i . i in one
hand, after she had rushed upstairs at
the sound of a shot Kudale, who was
one of the American historians at Ver
sailles, was packing a trunk and it is
w..WYi possioie that he shot himself
accidentally while .k-
weapon before putting It among his effects.
No motive has been discovered that
supports a suicide theory.
Hiking Clubs Going
To Columbia Gorge
Parties are being organised by the
Maxamas and the Trails club to see the
Columbia river gorge Sunday. The O
w. R. X. will run a stub train to
Bonneville, leaving the Union station
at 7:15 a. m. The train will lie over at
Bonneville and will leave for the return
K.tf k oclock- The trips which
t?t Pnna will be open
Astoria. Nov. 28. an tin. k.
tug Sea Eagle, carrying a crew of eight
"csiuea me captain, G. W. Gove
couM have outweathered the recent
storm that swept away her pilot house
"lner Parts or the craft which have
been found on Clatsop beach, near the
Columbia river, has virtually been aban
r. , ,T e Preservers marked "Sea
rsie were recovered this morninff by
the patrols from the Pnint a a .
guard station, adding to the evidenceJ
washed un on rriatBrr k,ak
VESSEL IS LAST HOPE
Efforts are now being centered on lo
cating the schooner, a it is believed
that the only chance of finding any of
the Sea Eagle's crew alive is in finding
the schooner, to which they may have
escapea. It is not thought likely that
the schooner foundered at sea, as none
of the wreckage recovered has borne
Us name or appeared to come: from a
sailing vessel." This latest mystery of
the North Pacific will onlv be defi
nitely cleared up with the' locating of
the Kcola, the coast guards believe.
The tutr. owned In Ran iv.n.iJ..
bound for Coos Bay and had in tow the
scnooner ivxiia. The two boats were
last sighted last Saturday. They were
then just south of Coos Bav. fhir ?
caught in the heavy gale that started
to blow at about that time, and neither
boat has been found.
The United States naval cadio station
t North Head sent.hro.doast nwr-
North Pacific messages telling of the
belief that the tn? ha fni,i,.,.j j
- C .uui.Mi. Vl biiu
askmg that all vessels plying the waters
On the WiJ inctnn an, .
keen a sham lonknnt tn rinaiin. i.
age, lifeboats, bodies or other evidence
of the vessel's fate. Thu. all itm.
will be combing the sea for trace of the
Some doubt WAS T rra.e.H tiara bo n
y i euier tne scnooner sighted off Pea
E, 7 10 0
50,000 Sit in Rain to Witness
24th and Fiercest Game Ever
Played by Two Service Teams;
Score Made in 2nd Quarter.
HEADED THiS WAY
Storm warning n-nn. ... 3 ...
Tor all Oregon and 'WaoKnt ..
points in expectation of urwk, ki
from the North Pacific ocean storm
wnich has been lavlner er
five days. This is the fourth consecu
tive day that Btorm warnings have been
flying on the coast.
.Advice was received by the district
weather bureau office this Thorning that
a gale of 48 miles velocity was blowing
at 8 o'clock over North VfaaA .tot in .
the mouth of the Columbia river
At Portland the. Willamette river con
tinued tO fall Slowlv tnriov : Tk. ..
" . . u. UCOL U
the flood stood at 14.4 feet at observa
tion time and upstream the river was
falling at all rminta ' Ain
where a alight rise "was reported today.
East Side Cars to
Be Put Back on Old
Route November 30
-Tiv Minn- Nov. 26 (U. P.)
w-o. nHving eurrered mort In the
war, would, be most . benefited by dis
armament." lirihil Cvk Tn ... ,
r,. "-nui r ranee ioiq
uoernor Preus when the latter extend-
nun arormai welcome to Minnesota
"L1.. , . .
l aiirn IOHL I lllll ( If Ml m n . I V.
She is ready to disarm on land and sea
If adequate guarantees of national safety
JUDGE GUILTY ON
(Concluded on Pare Six. Column Four)
Fifth Husband Is
tsoise, Idaho, Nov. 26. (I. N. S.)
airs. L,yaa ssouthard, the woman who
wniiea when arrested for murder, faced
a lurv Of 12 men with
- - - " aiiu
went to prison without a murmur, col
lapsed today when informed that her
in in nusoana, iaul Vincent Southard
is seeking a divorce.
The strain of months ended with a
snap and the woman who has been the
marvel of Idaho, broke down and wept.
She had to be given attention by prison
However, after recovering. Mrs. South
ard regained her composure and refused
to make a statement.
jury at Twin Falls, Idaho November 3,
u" cnarge oi murdering her fourth
,7i k Jkaru aieyer. following a
trial which began September 26 She
was accused by the state of having
Poisoned all of her first ;tour husband!
and also a brotherrin-law. ! She was later
sentenced to serve from lfl years to life
In the StatA lunitanti., '
oucsitars ODeraune rrom the .,.
side to the downtown wrtinn k.
returned to their regular rnutinr. n.
weanesday. Novemher an with ik.
- - " ' ...m. lui; V. VJ 1 1 1 -
pletion of the ThiM strmt tr-a-k i
and the Hawthorne bridge approach.
xne reesiaDiistunent of former routings
will be made Wednesday and the change
is expected to reduce some of the con
gestion on Washington and Fifth
e . . ...
v,ars on tne Alberta.. Woodlawn Wil
liams avenue and North and South
Portland lines will be restored to their
regular routes. Rose City and Beau
mont cars will abandon the First street
cmrauce an come in on . Fifth, as they
formerly did. MontavUla cars will
?fu! use tneir regular route over the
Big Liner Grounds
On Peacock Spit;
Gets Off Safely
Astoria. Nov. - 26 Th
. . " w oicauiouiD
epringnem. outbound, met with engine
"""" cany muay -a.no. grounded on
Peacock Rnit. With th. ,u .k. .
oneonta, the big freighter was pulled off
i wmi an nour ana returned to the
k-ouanaer aocK nere. A. strong south
wt5J wind ws blowing at the time.
ine me saving crews from Point
ma auu uapc disappointment also
went to her aid at 9:36 o'clock.
iuc opnngiieia lert Portland at 11
o clock Friday
- 9 rvj AVI AC W
York via Puget Sound. She is operated
. ',Dr'n Atlantic Western Steam
At Bi?ZUCM Boto 0.
Hungarian Off icers
S.J TWO "kilogram, nf rimu.
- ..-w w juiiuic were
kwusciea ana number or Hungarian
officers arrested by government troops
today following discovery of a plot
to assassinate Dr. Beneseb, premier of
UMULnaooiis. Nov. . CT vr o a
.. . - . .
veraicx or gmity was returned by the
Jury in the federal
- - -J uui
City Judge James A. West and six other
residents of Logansport. charged with
conspiracy to violate the prohibition
awn. juage w est was sentenced by
juaje A. n Anderson to serve two years
ii iyenworui penitentiary.
Hood River Party
Goes to Get Bodv
Of Accident Victim
nooa . iuver, Nov. 26. A party left
this morning with snowshoes and sled
to bring out the body of Robert Wood
wno was either killed by a fall down
a bluff or froxen to
about four miles from Herman creek
i auEer Biauon. Traveling is very dif
ficult, the rain having broken through
the Ice crust on the snow.
There Is no chance of direct rail com
munication, with Portland over the O-W.
R. & N. liae for at loaof i ,.'
The rotaries are breaking almost as fast
OA th... . . . . . ...
i"cj s anw me ice anrts. Eagle
creek railroad, oridge Is 15 Inches out
of line through nreasure of rnnnm, ..
ice slide. From fhe
crew h&s reached Bonneville. Tractors
Of the oitTrmfi r tVna . .
- r ire m.m nvw uunnr
Mttchell point tunnel to brtiiff out auto-
Des Moines Carfare
Hlection Is Halted;
Dea ' Moine. Vn rt c .
Judge James C Hume, in district court,
issued an injunction today restraining
the" city of Dear Maine, from Kni-n. '.
special election Monday at which the.
public was to decide whether the street
railwav mmMnr aluiiiM .
franchise providing for a sliding; scale
Of fares to supercede the B cent fare now
In extstenrw JiuIm 14h h.i
...t. uiai u
uoe of the election had not been legally
published. The city will appeal to the
state supreme court. . . -.
ixnaon. Nov. 26. (L N. &) Follow
ing we arrival at Belfast of Sir Jam
Craig. Ulster premier, an apparently in
spired dispatch was received here from
that city today forecasting that Craig
wouia make public on Tuesday Ulster's
rerusai to Join South Ireland until Sinn
mi. .a acknowledged allegiance tn
writing to the Bridah crown.
To Bar All Foreign
P. O.sTrom China
Washington, Nov. 26. (I. N. a An
agreement was reached at today's se
cret session of the powers that foreign
Pos toff ices in China should b abolished
as soon aa China displays an ability to
papperly handle malls.
A SUb-COmmltte of fnnr tlv.iu
one from each of the nations maintain
ing poetoffices in China waa ap
pointed to examine the whole subject
and report back to the full committee.
Senator Htnrv fmtnt i .., .
cnatrman of the sub-committee. The
Japanese member will be M Hani harm
the vice minister of foreign affairs.
British and French members will be
announced later. Th ...k ...
. ... MWW,lUUlW
was called to meet later in the day
The committee on Far East met for
more than two hntm i.v i ...
- - - ".j in Kern
and then adjourned until 11 a. m.. Monday.
Bj Jark Teloek
Polo Grounds. New Tork. Nat
Navy's goat shook his wklik.r. i. .
tfrisallng rain on a mud-covered rrldlroa
here this afternoon and Unci. San'.
future admiral, mong it to mean a
tctory. proceeded to beat th. Armv
7 to 0.
. More than 50.000 spectators witaeoaed
the contest despite the worst weather
that has ever been on Up for an Army
and Navy game.
The lone score of the game cam tn
second period when Navy 'a hacks
started a march down the field that re
sulted ln a touchdown. Conroy finally
crashing through the Army's line for
the coveted score. King kir.ed the goal,
scoring his last point ln football aa a
A&XT STAGES RALLY
In the final quarter Army made a
valiant effort to even up the sooro, bat
failed in the shadow of Navy's. . goal
after French, the brightest star, had
torn off a spectacular run of 21 yards
which made the rally poaalblc.
Many of the spectator who wit- .
nesaed today's canto aat in innmiiri
stands and left the polo rround. ral."
soaked and bedraggled, but satisfied,
that they had witnenjxl on. r h .
stubbornly fought games ever played
by the service teams.
The victory todav rive, nin . t.i.i
of 12 victories agalnat 11 aeored by
Army. The other game waa a tie
The big service ram wa. n.v
attractive than It waa tod.v in.
both elevens strong, proficient tn th.
open style of play and surrounded bv
more color and nomn than
the contest took on especial lustra.
Some IS 00 mldahlnmen rmm l 1 .
and a like number of cadeu from . West
Point were on hand to do th rooting for
President anil Mr. T7. l. .
Pershing and several more notables who
-' vntinuij expected to attend to
ar's game. wr unable to be prasenL
but th affVUl...fi.u. ...-J?
Harding waa well reor tntd
aMKAT of xotablu
Vice President and "Mrs. Calvin CooV
Idge, Secretary of War and Mrs. John
W. Weeks. Secretary of the Navy and
Mr. TWihw . "
,, Mmwtm wa rrpreaenta-
Uvea from alf parts of the nation and
oiijciaia oi ait ranks from the capital
Governor nu.r r -w k
ernor Edwarda of N.w ir. c .
of Commerce and Mrs. Herbert Hoover
Secretary of Labor and Mrs. Davis. As-'
slstant Secretary of the Navy and Mra
Roosevelt. Assistant Secretary of War
Wain wright and his daughter. Miss Fon-
wc. v u ru Doxea.
Brigadier Onml rvn..
superintendent of the military academy
at West Point; Brigadier General and
ra. John 8 CRyan ; Major General
Harbord. Valor Rnr.i ,..k. k...
General Richards. Admir-i ,
Coontx. Admiral and Mrs. K. W. Eberlo
and Surgeon General and Urn. SUtt were
also among the distinguished spectatora.
SOCIETY 03T KA1CD
Scores of Dromfnnt nm.i m
ciety notables from 'K-.kir-.
many other Eastrm rJtio.- .tf.v .
the delegation attending th. confer
ence for limitation r .r. .
Waahlnrton and aome. of the delegataa.
(Qpwtadsd oa Pica Two. fh. Fiss)
Announcement waa made bv tK.
county road master this afternoon that
the Hi thorne bridge would be reopened
for all traffic bearinnlng at t o'clock
Monday morning. The structure has
been under repair for six weeks or more,
the entire east approach having been
reconstructed and the - . ...
$nowbound Train Succored
Food Is Packed" Nine Miles
I The fnVmwi t m it.p. Im. O I .
..via uiu. id. mini.
to how the station sjeot's wifs at North Junc
tion, sided br . India, packer, snunnil 30
psswticsrs asoard s sulled S P AS umin
was also rtorm boand. U rsme in this more'
inf. creatlw delajcd. bet still powtwnc human
interest snlticient to max. it worth-. hi 1. read
Bend. Nov. 23. DeLaved an In
dian packer and Mra. J. C. MoT-.rtw
wife. of the station agent at North Junc
tion, are today beloved by 30 passen
gers On the S. P. S? train whn wr
storm-bound near Frieda, south of
There waa but little food in the bar-
gage car and when the mnm- Ttn-irt
around the engine as high as the
smokestack the passengers saw hunger
stalking down the aisles.
Thev reckoned hnw.v.. vtih.nt ki
McCarty . and the native packer. Get-
tine food ready for Tiunin-w fnru m-a.
a Joy to Mrs. McCarthy ; the Indian was
aappiesi waen tnatcning his vigorous
body against the elements.
PACKS FOOD 3U5E MIl'eS
Mrs.' McCarthv iviumi th t4
the xtacker carried it nln mi 1 swat Ihrmis-K
the snow each day unUl the relief train
auTivea Irani' KMii .
.rs last Train reached here Saturday j
ht Th Oron Trunk train, which
left Portland Saturday night, strock
fnowslides at Frieda, south of Manpin.
-here it still ,: but the pasaenreri
ncluding four women, mail Tod
g picture films were brought to Bend
ednesdiy night, largely through th
errorts of a relief party, organised by
F. E. Studebaker. O-W. agent,
The passengers included D. U Stearns
bt. PortUnd Chamber of Cornmerosj
and W. A RiethmUler of Portland
Pictures of the enowbound train, eow,
ered with enow and ice to the roofs t)4
the paaaenger coaches, were taken by(
Stearna. The engine was covered Dn
to the smokestack and mow filled fbm
baggage car by sliding in through tbJ
An a P. Jb S. engine left raflbridrt
to rescue the stalled train ami nv.j
left Metolius. Both also became anow
bound. The party malntaansd exoaH
lent morale and good humor until the)
lights went out Tuesday night." WednesH
day morning they walked . a mile and)
three quarters over the drift to the r-i
lief tram from Bend. '
itwEnsi net "nni Ttst