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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
Harry O, Miller, who la staying at th
Glob betel In Portland. Friday In aa in
terview with Th Journal told what b
, kaew of tb . asootlng at Besne prison,
Mar Bordeaur.1 France, of John A. Fits
s.rald. a prisoner, by Bergeant John
Krupper, ' as reported la Washington D. i
, C. dispatch cm toe senate' laveatlga
, tioa into Senator Wataoa's charge of
. alleged brutality to Tank prleoner In
American eaaipe. .
Kruppoc, according ta dispatches, shot
Fllagarakl when tha latter was asking
i for a place of bread. Miller says that
Fltsgerald was trying ta deabla keck la
. lh mM Una. !1U brands Kruppar' act
as "plain murder."
"In yesterdsy report tn th paper tha
sergeant's nam was giww as Cooper."
aid Millar, "hot It should bare .baen
Krupper.- 1 worksd with Krupper on
tha Baltimore A Ohio railroad befor tha
war and know iblna wall.
"Tha day aftar Krupper ahot riteser
i aid ha cam toi ma and aakad ma what
1 1 thought of It. II told hlra that X thought
It ess plain murder. Ha than asked me
hat tho reat f tha hoya on the hill
as our outfit, toe 5La Knglneera, Ry.,
. was known thought of It. And I replied
that they, toothought It was murder.
- Then Sergeant Kruppar aald to roe:
, !l didn't think that my run was loaded
.htnl pulled tha trigger.'
" 'Tou'ie a great , serf eant of the
ruard. I anawarad, .not to know whan
your gun; la loaded.'
"Sergeant Kruppar was guarding
prisoner who had bean put to work on
I the coal plies, I KlUgeralo, as I under
stand It.- was put in tor some trivial
offense, nothing to be much ashamed
- of. According to the way we heard It
, and I talked with a Ocften or to of tM
boys wha witnessed the shooting Krup
, per shot Fitzgerald after tha Utter
' ehlned up his meaa kit and tried to get
in the line again for. mora food,
I don't believe they ever did any
' I thing to Krupper for It He's probably
back on tho Baltimore Ohio now.
' When I knew htm before the war ha
was a fireman. I He was a hot-headed
fellow. His home Is In Newcastle, Fa.
"Fitzgerald's home was in Matoon,
111. He was In jmy company In the en-
glneers either A or B, I have forgotten
' which. "We were shifted from one com-
pany to another.
' MAST SAW ACT
"When '1 read in The Journal of the
' shooting 1 knew tt was tha same one
which created each a stir In our outfit."
h said. "I waa not an eye witness, but
1 know many who were. T&ey told me
all about It ! Fltsgerald was shot
through bis right aide almost without
1 Here are th namee of several of
those who saw the shooting; Frank
Itahn, Matoon. Hi. ; Harry Wheeler, Buf-
laio; jonn Buoilvan, Fargo, N. D
' John A, ulllvan. St Louis, Mo. ; B. F.
Fleming. Sutton. Neb-.; Joe, Troalnakl,
rranaim rara, iil ; joe Matter. Buffalo,
ai R. Klynnt, Trinidad. Colo."
Miner to a railroad brakeman. Ilia
discharge twper shows that hla home was
Ha Spring street, Corry, Fa,
C PEACE IS RATIFIED -
ey m 'mm
taken by motor toward Cork. At first
his captors were taciturn, but soon took I
roe attitude of boat frienda. forgetting i
their political differences. . Tho con-j
ssandant was a typical adventurer, not
boastful, extremely direct aad always
Keeptns; Kay under tap tanuoneo of
gun In his pocket,'' ''-";,:--:
Arriving outside of Cork, they stopped
at a country house, where Kay shared
a bad with three of his guards. Next
morning .witnesses and officials ap
peared oa the scene and court was held.
Kay was charged with publishing un
authorised news regarding tho Irish
army and . was given a chaaea to- tell
hs version of tho case. After that he
retired while a verdict ' was being
reached.' " .
Caliod again. Kay was invited to re
turn to Dublin If ho would first make
an affidavit that ho had not Interviewed
officers or men of tho Irish army whom
bo quoted as being In favor of tho
Anglo-Irish treaty. Kay made such an
affidavit and was allowed to leave. He
returned to Dublin. .
tOadeMd Pram Fue One)
Poison Gas Danger
In Railroad Tunnels
Cited by Witness
Where proper ventilation of tunnels
does not obtain, it Is possible for loco
motives to create carbon monoxide, a
deadly poison, according to testimony
submitted today to . the public service
commission at the continuance of the
tunnel Investigation resulting from the
St. Johns tunnel trouble of Christmas
Fred Rasch. examiner for the com
mission, testified that when one train
follows another through tho tunnel
without sufficient time elapsing for tho
air to clear, carbon monoxide can be
created through further chemical action
to the carbon dioxide emitted by tho
preceding train. !
Dr. F. R. Menne of the University of
Oregon substantiated this statement Dr.
Menne performed the autopsy on George
Walker, conductor, who was asphyxiated
and run over by his train hv St Johns
runnel Christmas night Dr,
ASK FOR RECEIVER
M. W. KoonU, A. H. .Winters and 24
other stockholders in the United Motor
Bus company today filed suit against
tho company and Its officers, asking the
court for appointment of a receiver to
liquidate and distribute the assets of
the company, .'-r-t--?-:
A clever scheme of making money,
contrary to the stats laws and under the
guise of legitimate business, is charged
to the officers In control of the company.
It is claimed the concern was formed to
operate motor busses, but that. Instead.
U hag P rivals owners of cara make out
bills of aald to tho company and then
operate the cars as though they belonged
to tho company, H
The private owners each pay the com
pany $10 a month' for the privilege of
using the company's name. It is charged.
The concern Itself has never been In
active business, but has profited off the
"Uttle fellow." according to the com
plaint The firm la capitalized at $10,
000 and la receiving SiOOO a month from
the small bus operators, it Is charged.
The officers of the company have of
late concealed the books and failed to
deposit any of the income In the bank,
the plaintiffs state.
The stockholders deny all knowledge
of the company's alleged shady transac
tions at the time they invested their
SATURDAY, .JANUARY 7.-1::
Contempt Case Are
Stricken by Court
Hy J. XSlerv president of . Oregon
Eileni Music House, was Durged from
charges of contempt of court tooy ,by
Federal Judge R. S. Bean, This action
was taken by the court at the request
of Tom MannlT, Eilers counsel, to clear
the record ag-alnst hl client. Eflers
was found guilty of contempt several
months ago and held tn custody several
uays oy ine united states marshal
when .he failed to produce certain reo
ords which the judge demanded. He was
released when duplicate copies were fur
nished, tt having been previously claimed
the originals were lost : Thursday all
the . civil matters which grew , out of
the Klers bankruptcy case were dis
missed when the court accepted Kilers'
offer of com position, in which he agreed
to pay the creditors an additional 2
percent. - y
COTJSTT MAKES MOSEY I3T
' EKFOBCINO FKOHIBITIOH
Every time Sheriff T. M. Hurlburt de
cides to spend l of the county's money
in prohibition law enforcement It proves
a good investment Laat year, in fact
every time he spent 11 the county col
Emmet!1 in fines.
Hall and Dr. Menne testified, however.
that Walker had been suffocated and
W. H. Guild, 'assistant superintend
ent of the first division, occupied the
witness stand during the moot of the
morning. He said the complaints mads
by trainmen as to tunnel conditions dur
ing the heavy war traffic had not con
tinued during the lighter traffic since
1119. Technical details of train opera
tion snd the safeguarding of passengers
The hearing continued this afternoon.
During the year $397 waa spent on
expenses of prohibition law enforcement
and 120,24$ collected in fines, making a
prom of m.lio. One special deputy
was hired. His pay is included in the
Former Bank Teller
Was Made Goat for
Others, He Charges
Fargo. N. D., Jan. T. (U. P.) Sensa-
aional charges against officers of the
Scandinavian-American bank were made
by the defense in the trial of Francis C.
Heaton, former teller, accused et ern
besslement' of $78,000. Heaton swore he
never received a dollar of the amounts
involved, but asserted he had been
"made the goat In hundreds of shady
Ha charged H. J. Hagen, former presi
dent falsified accounts and presented
letters In his defense purporting to show
eoUuslon of the? bank's officials to "get"
On one occasion, Heaton charged, he
was threatened with being railroaded to
the penitentiary unless he aooepted re
sponsibility for shortages.
Request for Special
MATT is grjED FOB ALLEGED
MABKIAGE FBOXISE BREACH
Frances Schumacher asks $10,000 heart
balm from Robert Davia Suit was
filed in circuit court today.
Miss Schumacher alleges that Davis
snd she became engaged in October,
1119, and that from time to time he re
peated his promise, saying they would
be married in October, 1921.
But in September, according to the
complaint Davis went back on his
promise. Miss 8chumaeher asks $5000
for wounded pride and anguish and
$6000 for the disgrace.
8IG8BT ESTATE SMALL
Howard Myron Sigsby left a half in
terest in an automobile as his estate
when he was ahot to death by Charles
W. Purdin, according to petition tor let
ters of administration filed in probate
court Friday afternoon by Frank Sigsby,
father of the victim. Purdin killed his
former wife and Sigsby when he cane
upon them together.
STILL BBTXGS $i FIXE
Charles NewaU, arrested this morning
at Guilds lake, where Deputy Sheriff
Cbristoffersen. Schlrmer and Beemaa
found him with a moonshine still, was
fined $150 when he pleaded guilty bef on
District Judge Belt . , , ... . . .....
R. ; IS.
SCALE IS LOWERED
Washington. Jan. 7. Warea nf a.u
officers and seamen on United' States
shipping board vessels Friday were or-
aerea reduced within 30 days, Chairman
Powell of the Bmenrancv Fleet corno-
This follows reduction by private
operators. The amount of the cut was
not stated, but It .was believed to range
srora i to so per oent.
Sales of all shipping board Teasels
speedily as possible, the establishment
Of a $100,000,000 merchant marine re
volving loan and income tax relief were
the three outstanding features of tha
indirect ship subsidy plan submitted to
ine shipping board by the representa
tives of American ship owners, operators
ana ouiiaers today.
Less Than Half of
Left FulJ Bloods
Pendleton, Jan. ?. Of the 1124 Indians
carried on the rolls of Superintendent
E. JU Swartslander of the Umatilla In
dian reservation, but 550 are full blood,
he told members of the Pendleton Com
mercial association. About 1000 Indians
actually live onthe reservation, he said.
wsi oi me uioai lanas allotted by
the government are patented or allotted
to individuals and but abotft $000 acres
of tribal land remains to be allotted to
the first 100 Indian babies," be said.
He added that tha population of the
reservation is about stationary, with
small gain in the mixed bloods and
small loss among the full bloods.
The Umatilla Indian reservation orlgi
nally comprised 167,000 acrea .
Five Chinese Are
Taken in Raid on
Alleged Drug Den
Walla Walla, Wash.. Jan. 7. After
two unsuccessful attempts earlier, this
winter. Walla Walla officers succeeded
in corrailng a gang of Chinese, who,
A. I Tetu, potentate of Al Kader
temple, Ancient Arable Order of Noble
of the Mystic Shrine, has announced
his : committee appointments for 1923.
That the present year win bring
closer cooperation among the member
of the temple is the plan of . "Pote"
Tetu. and to that' end he ha made
his committee selections.
. The first aff alt of the present regime
will be the annual formal ball in honor
of the potentate. . This will be held In
The Auditorium January 20, and Her
man von Borstel, chairman of the enter
tainment committee, is planning; several
Following are the committees for 1933 :
Beeetrtioo eooauttee J. G. . Mack. Lenia
G. CUrke, W. H. Galraii. Archie Thuitow. Wtt
liut G. Bristol. D. G. Temaiud. Hanes Bar.
with. Georce W. Btaplrtaa, W. B, Gnu,. WO.
uu ueTU. w. j. iocmnn. A. n. 1m, mat
Committee .oa entettainoKnt et eafc-ef-tave
nobles end Uaie U. T. Hatctunma. 4. Aaaaad,
Arthur O. Callaa. W. E. Coaklia. aha T.
Ifcxwil, Wlnthrop Hemamnd. Bunst C, Hn'i
J. U, Bankin.
Entertainment fnaniiiillee Tlwiaia vea Sea
tel. chaiBnaa: Geone C. Ileedooald Jr.. viee
enauewa: w. a. anona. A. as. WWml a
Gottaehalk. Gnm Sahalk. F. Marioa Stokw
auanea wbbwm u. u. ' itt'Wi esauv
ia: Wflliaa FaifcOT. A. H. Ties
Pnhlieitr enaimltt .Fiirt B. GeeAwia. Tt
W Haaea. Paul Saltr, Jum U Olaoe, t. H.
TtaaanertatioB eeauaittoei Hum BaeMlh.
weuare eoaminee van c TUitoa, rM O.
J Ml nine. AIM VViieh BkiU.
CommittM am new malm. Him K. RMr.
ru jr., . K. ruitoa, bv i. GerOoa. John 8
uianaau juwen Haououir. r. a. uaieolm. i
T BUur. U M Snow. W. H. Waraer. . B.
OeaoMmiT eonitttae FPU aletiehaa. Tie.
tor eraaat, A. b. Mern. B, W. Price, T.
CommittM oe eBtertainouot et vbiton ior
ina jun, J922 A, H. Ut. Georfe U Baker,
Harer Beekeith. .B. B. CotUr. H. A Oataine.
P. B, Paramaaeo, Paul Feldeabeiiaer, Boy rtka,
H. W. rriei. B, J. Gordon, John R. Giahaa,
H. T. HntehUuea. J, P, Jtacer, U . J (skint.
Aram h. ionnvum, w. r. Saaer, V. a. Mal
colm. Fieak HcCrUU. T. L. PvAiu. In F
rown, ii. . Bacar, E. A. tuuw, rne
saoen, K. . A. suwut, Don walker, vr. O.
waniar, Jaaa s.; leana.
GommittM ia ehana of aceeBd wetiaa Har-
t Walk. Jack Heiaer. B. A Nnldaka. aaktad
bj nasabera at the patnd.
Baapital aita eosimitte-Gorte L. Beker,
uarrf m. suier. M. T. ttetcaiaaoa, Ja. D. Bar-
eauaa, B. M. strooaeMr.
berry'a nomination the Michigan prV
mariea f 1S11 -
' Senator Hitchcock of Kebraaka, eating
Democratic floor leader tn the absence
of Senator TJnderwoed of Alabama, was
helping to direct, tha minority campaign
against Newberry, the suoossa et which,
both aides admitted, would probably
hinge . largely - upon the character of
Newberry. own defense.
JTEWBIBBT TO AFPKAJl
- The expected appearance of Newberry
la -the senate oa Monday to read a pre
pared statement to reply to the charges
made against him may prove to be the
turning point la the entire controversy,
it was stateo. . - v
Some of Newberry" senatorial friends
are opposed to him meeting his accus
ers face to race on the senate floor, but
tne Republican leaders awaking to keep
bim In bis seat are confident that be
will not only deliver a set speech in his
own behalf but that he will prepare to
answer satisfactorily the qwestkmlna; of
some f his senatorial critlos. -.
Tne Republican leaderehln will stand.
however, between Newberry and any at
tempt to necaie him, his friends de
They admitted, however, that ther
were deeply concerned as to the mores-
ion be would create, eapeclalhr noon
taose Republican senators who are re
ported to be a till "doubtful aa to
wnetner tney anould vote to seat or un
The Republican leaders expressed con
fidence, however. In their ability to mus
ter enough votes, no matter how few. to
command the majority necessary to keep
.wewDerry in nis seat. Tney conceded
wax tne vote would nrobeblr be ez
tremely "close,- but they scouted the
ICoBUBoed From Poca One)
Girl j Attempts to
Trit rt 1 1 -ni
-inn ceii; uiames
ut - -
Chicago, Jan, T. CC F.)Tarwuinle
KasaarV director of the orchestra fey
the Chicago Opera company, was held by
polke for qoestlonlns- today la
tioa with the attempted s-uleMe of a glrU
wno gave tne name or Carol BuecbJar.
Waahina-ton. Jan. T. (L N. & One 1 The girl took poison at a betel where
of the. moat Important gatherings of ne had registered as Mia E. O. WO
BepubUcaa lagialatlve aad political i liana She left a note addreeeed to
eniertain tn weeks win take place at I Joeepa carteoa, Rockford. IIL. blaming
tha Watte House tonight for a general I "that orchestra leader for her trouUe.
canvass ef the XUnubUcan situation. I The letter called oa Cariaoat to lata hie
The leaders will be aneeta ef rraai I oath end nramiM." l n, miim
aana nanung at amaer ana it is anaer-1 ueve tne gtii meant a suicide pact.
uo tnere wut oe a ruu aisoussion oil Biases ri r talma Km aae w mM
th party legislative and poUOcal pro-1 only twice when she called oa him te
. . - i mi cor money.
ine oaetwet wnu a raoraaaptae n jli-
torney General Daugherty and Secretary
of War Weeks, the president' two
cieeeet advteers on political matters.1
The Republican national committee will
be represented by its chairman. John T.
Adams. Leading figures of the senate
and house will also be present.
It is probable that the soldier bonus
legislation will com in for a full dis
cussion. Senator McCumber of North
Dakota, wha I elated to succeed the
late Senator Penrose as chairman ef
the all-powerful finance committee, aa
ardent advocate of the bonua, will be I
ther. a well aa Representative Sanders
of Indiana, who has consistently pushed
the bonus propoetuon.
Tha maatlna- waa aarallT i1r i flu i1
claim, of some of Newberry Republi- today a being -for the good of the
can opponent that It might prove "so party."
closeN as to swing
Instead of for him.
the result against
HAftBnro TASKS KKWBIlin
; BIOS UT FIGHT, ftEFOKT SATS
By John Olelatser
) Catted Neva Staff Xfereneedeftt
Washington. Jan. T. The word has
been passed out officially that President
Harding hold Senator Newberry la
very high esteem.
This leave no doubt that tha admlnla.
tratlon spokesmen would be expected to
support the cause of Newberry la his
iJgnt to retain his seat tn the senate.
HARDIXO SXJTDS LITTER
in addition to the eta tenant at tha
White House aa te Harding' personal
esumai or rtewberry, there la a per
sistent report at tn capital that Hard'
tng has dispatched a letter ta one of the
administration senator for use, if
ary, tn the Newberry fight
It proved Impossible to confirm this
report to learn the name of the senator
to whom th letter 1 said to have been
addressed, or ascertain Its aubatanoa.
It la officially elated, however, ta be
the president wishes that be not be
made a participant in th proceeding
around Newberry's fight. So far as action
on the case is concerned, the president
feels It is a Question entirely up to the
senate membership, but he does not ob
ject to having it known that he regards
STRIKE TO RENEW
Chicago. Jan. 7. U. P.) Rrnnil r
Chicago's building trades strike was r
aered to start next Tuesday. AD anions
except the bricklayers finally voted te
reject th wage award mad by Jedjre
aw m. l-Aneia. ine strike win arala tie
up all Chicago betiding, which was at a
stanostiu ror nearty a year.
Woman Fined S200
On Dry Law Charge
Mra Mallna iMmevich, ZZl Burnside
street, was fined cm br Mnaictnal
inlttee; Representative Madden, XUlnols. jttdge Roasman thla mornlm? ea Aun.
-" - i or vioiauns tne arenihitiaB law. su.
lng policemen found two bottle under
f Wan lafcal t kak saakaAt aa, et ak . L a a
faa Mn I --w w, ww vc m Vaw Br pL4VO.
rassengers snaKen T lf . .'
TTn in rai'lmonf of We Motorist IiOSeS
w u w w vi wwuuuv vi I x r t 1 wr
TrainNear Chicago ,ue m m moiiona
I Madison. Wla. Jan. T. f I w. i.
Chicago. Jan. T. (L N. 8.1 Scores of attempt te cut flva railaa from tha innk
vnicago-nouna passenger were given I ox ma journey br creealna- tha l af
a bad scare and ahakin; up thla morn-1 Lake Monona la - hi antomobtie cost
ing wnen the Chicago Northwestern Hal A. Martin. Madison lawyer, his life
Sioux aty-Chlcago special was derailed last night It became known tedav. atar.
two mUe out of the Chieago terminal. I tin' machine, a eedan. crashed through
ww ov iieiiaii I.
The aecldant was caaaed by th break-
ing mom of 4 journal on th engine
truca a tne train aped over a creasing.
Other guest win be Senator Lodge.
th majority leader: Senator Curtla
Kansas, th Republi caa whip ; Senator
Watson. Indiana: Senator Breeder.
Connecticut: Speaker OlUett: Mondell.
Wyoming ; Representative Anderson.
Minnesota ; Parrow. Pennsylvania j Rep
resentative Fordney. Michigan, chair
man ef the house way aad mean com-
IJSJ'Sa tt raaVSrit KrnaTrt tty lU1' BV bn Opium
Merkeley, and Mr. A. C, against Ernest J den Berfc ,ho w j., native of
opinion -14 favoitaber tdvte treaty snd
so I th America Jesse, a mane peo
ple are willl subscribing -rnoney to the
'a reini and they would regard rati
fication, as a betrayal of Irish Inter-
it." - ;
BR TALIS A XAKES BHvAL :
Wha the Dall convened today. 41 "mem
ber bad spoken) Malnst.th treaty aad
t In favor of ft defral war uncer
tain. j. i
"The bailie for America opinion" waa
touched; upon in, tha session. Vised rath
created ai sensation when he declared
that Bolaad had told him he had been
aent to America) by re VaJera to pre
pare' IrtehrAmerlcena for the aoceptanc
ef "very much lea the a republlo."
"I reed : He Vetera' statement after
tne treaty had bean signed la London
nd I ai4 te myaalf. 'My Qod. what a
poeaion lor Bolard to be put In,'
WhoB MaeOreth had fialshed, De
Valera areae aad denied that be
ever tried t deceive the people, either
ui ireiana or America,
BErSFD'OX FOBCB ,
h,.:'"" T'al ff Plttaburt. Pa.. Jan. 7U. V.yGoy.
Committee on Basin Naval Limitation to '
rroject is xaKen up save U. Si Billiqn in
Ten Years, Estimate
Request that Portland appoint a per
manent Columbia basin committee and
arrange to contribute a portion of th
expense of bringing General George
Ooethala to the Northwest to make a
survey of the basin project, which were
made to the Chamber of Commerce Fri
day by a committee of Spokane business
man, will be referred to the agricultu
ral committee of the chamber for con
sideration and Immediate j action, me-
cording to announcement mad by H. B
van puxer, president of' the local or
ganisation, el E. Faville I chairman
of th agricultural committee.
He Will Run for
Senate Next May
te prepare, aentitnant for the acceptance
or tne priarjpie external association.'
Bolaad addressed the house and at
talked i Michael Collin for an alleged
deroeetery statement regarding America,
"CoIIIbs i knew perfectly well - that
tlKM men are reedy In America to cross
im Atiaauev' at i a moment's notice to
fight for Ireland." aald Boland. "They
already would have come, but tt li
agaieat America's law."
Collins laughed heartily at Boland'a
statement, i particularly when Boland
said that while the whole American press
support the Irtah peace treaty, the
people were agalnat It. Collins seemed
to regard i Boland'a a peach as a good
A luncheon recess was-taken at noon.
The chief i speaker at th afternoon
session war Cathal Bnigha. on of
the main tare et the Irian republican
army, and Arthur Ortfftth, founder of
tne Biim vein.
becoming a United state senator, he re
vealed her today following two hours'
conference vwith . Senator William B.
Crow at Mercy hospital The governor
intimated utat n would be a candidate
at the May primary for a seat in the
United State senate. The man he is
to appoint to'auoceed Senator Penrose
will be sent to Washington with that un
derstanding, it la reported.
-, By Harry X. Beym
Washington. Jan., 7. I- N. SL) Mer
than a billion dollar would be saved to
tha American people during the next 10
years under th Hughe naval limitation
plan, according to estimates her today
by naval experts, i &
These figure art based upon, proposed
reduction in expenditure already au
thorised or contemplated and C take no
account of other millions which would
have been spent for new warihipa and
naval bases If the competition Jn arma
ments had not been curtailed Jy the
Washington conference. Conservative
estimate place this latter sum at ap
proximately 91,004.000,000, thus? bringing
the grand total of saving into the neigh
borhood Ot 11.000,000.000.
Th average cost of mainutning a
modern capital ship In commission ia
W.ooa. 000,000 a year, aooordlng to sta
tieties of the navy department. Under
the Hughe plan the United States
crap 10 capital ship, thus eliminating
an expense of eome 90,000,009 annually
for maintenance, j v ,
Inasmuch a some of these ship des
tined for the scrap heap are of older
type and are oonsequently not so ex
pensive ta maintain, thii figure at first
glance appear large, but there are cer
tain "general overhead charges" which
naval experU deolar would offset the
Extended over a period -xaf 10 year.
thla maintenanoe charge would 4total ap
proximately 00,000,000. .
the city, who claim Pasco a headquar
ters, three other Chinamen and one Chi
nese woman Br under arrest a a result
of a raid by Sheriff Charles J. Springer
and deputies Friday evening. All face
Breaking into the den on the corner
of Fifth and Rose streets, the officers
surprised between 0 and 100 Orientals,
grouped about tables playing cards.
Most of these .were allowed to go when
they were found to be free of drugs. The
operators of the place were armed.
Sold Cigarettes to
3 Youth; Fine Is $40
, j i e
John Hunter's ignorance of Oregon's
law forbtddlng the sal of cigarettes
te 17-year-old stood him in no good
stead this morning in municipal court
when Judge Rossman fined him 140, He
was charged with letting a youth have
the forbidden "pills" at his store,
Union avenue north. Hunter explained
that be had come to Portland only re
cently from a state that placed th age
limit at 1 and he was not aware that
th Oregon law was different.
Gov. Lister's Widow
Is Dl in Hospital fiugsian guppiug
To Be Taken from
Taeoma. Jan. T. U. P.) Mrs. Ernest
Lister, widow of the late Governor Era
est Lister.' reported to be suffering from
cancer, was reported n Improved today.
sne waa reported near death last hlrht
at a loom noepitaj.
D Valera get the floor following Bak&r Vten tO Be lAjnerfiin ahippte.
eland at the morning ataalin and hotrr I v VA AX w v I iteer- in the trenapt
Itoiand at the morning aiaaiiw and hotty
rtanied tbe be Waa trying to split the
country. ? . - . j
la' the Wtndup of his speech Bolaad
told ef tit financial activities tn Amer
ica, lie said that for the oreoae of
tmpreealng the American government h
naa eonoerte Concentrated eampalrna
for fond In the tMatriet et Columbia,
ani in a' year j no said, he collected
tJ7.00flt t a eeet of It0.000 tn minoU.
, In the last three week of his stay h
Amertra ne saia ne collected &?1.000
lar variotia states and lereMonea at
cost f M10OQ. C,!'.'!:...
1BI5R iBMT TBIKA XIOltiPF.n
10SPOS WSITSRI LtTS HIM GO
i (By vetted Km) '
1 London. Jan. " A. R Kay. Dublin
correapondent ell th London Time, de
arrihes'lu that hewspaper hew he was
aaiasd rr members et the Irish repub-
itcan army anai rorcea te repudiate a
statement he had made regarding his
soerte of information, II was released
Thursday, t Sejr Key:
"It's -a unique experience to be kld
nardld lit tne heart of Dublin.
tarried. IPs, miles, tried by a court of I
Inqolry, In 1 the I humble sitting of a
tvptcal, Irlah Immestead and reclaimed
y rtrte,"tj,te Of the Irish repub
lican amy, - i -
According to Kay's account h
taaea froe a lunch room at Dublin and
Washington. Jan. L ft. N"a The
" wr uuiiare ana vs enimxeo i Annonnnement
men whose bodies have been returned h--. h.VdM
c, . .. l. . I more tnan a oes
. v w uiwnni in
tne Arlington National cemetery on
January 11 were made public by the
war. department thi afternoon. They
include William M. Fvrik, Wichita, Kan. ;
8E5 tSkVStJHSSi Heavy SnowFalling,
wuuam c Guilfoyie, SeaUle. and Lorn
Hiatt, Oklahoma City. ' .,
Washington. Jen. T. it.- N. RVAli
laged attempt on the part of private
concerns to pror
transportation in million of
bushel of grain for Russian relief result
ed today in th allocation of a group of
government-owned vessels- or the United
states anipping boara. to carry on the
work. ':"--,' i n "
off the allocation of
desea vesaala wah made hy
J. B. SmolL vie president et the ah to
ping board. -The first of theses vessels
will salt from gulf ports around January
i4 it was announcea.r -
BF.BATERS MEET TONIGHT
nidgefield. Wash. Jan. ;T. At "the I
IMoneer community center, four mile
east of her, this evenlnje. the Ridsre-1
field eighth grade debaUng trio, Mary
Elliott, Blanch Kidder and .Robert Aiex-
anovr. win met th eighth wrade debat
er of the Pioneer school. Virginia Blair, !
uorothy Greeiy and Edgar Wood.
' CODW15 FLAHS MEETI5GS
rendleton. ; Jan. 1. With - the state
ment that he would eoon step off her
for a series of meeting in which the
riV1 would be one of th chief object
assailed, "Three Fingered Jack" God
win visaed Pendleton this week. -
Hood River. Eeports
Hood River. , Dec. -XAfter brief
Chinook, on -Friday, i th wind Is again
In the east and heavy snow l failing.
Reports from th Lost JLak eectlon are
that since Wednesday of this week SI
Inch of know ha f&Vea, makinK the
ewth ef the enow on tkh level more than
six feet. . . - . iL,. '
Thla is the! eighth Week of vninter-
rupted bob lighing and ta n
among all long winter pU reeorded
keaa Indians prophesy still more snow.
Plenty of Irrigation water thla coming
summer 1 assuresW SUawberrie and
fruit tree are safe and rancher ar
Merger of Air and
Army Bureaus Flan
London, Jan. 1. I. N. S.V Colonial
Secretary Winston Churchill, who waa
appointed head of th military economy
committee by Premier Lloyd George,
was expected to recommend amalgama
tion of th army and navy air staffs tn
a single ministry of defense, the Daily
Kxpreea stated today. Austen Chamber
lain was appointed chairman of the civil
committee. The general government
committee oa reduction of public ex
pense la headed hy Sir Erie Geddea.
Fixed at Camp Lewis
Seattle. Jan. T U. P.V Headquar
ter of the Washington National Guard
will be moved to Camp Lewis, It I an
nounced by Brigadier General Maurice
Thompson, state aojutani general.
Plans to move the headquarter to
Oiympta war given up when it was
teamed that adequate office space could
be secured at the military poet.
Man Found Dead in
Boom; Throat Is Cut
W. A. Burton waa found dead, his
throat cut with a rasor. this afternoon in
his room at ttlW Bast Morrison street.
Police think he committed suicide. In
hi pocket were three bank books, to
taling deposits of 1204, and Zi In cash.
Frienda at his rooming house say he it
a brother of Felix Burton ef Deer Park,
Or. Th dead man was known several
year ago as a longshoreman.
about 40 .year old, r f ' v -
arm w. t.c fob fam
'Washlrarton i State Collage, Pullman.
Jan. TProf eeeor XL G. Woodward, head
of the ' dairy department of the State
college, hag rtsisiBed to fo to Connec
ticut, where he win lease a term rrore
the Breeident of th American Guern
sey Cattle club.
propose to be interrupted by them now,
"The senator from Arkansas will not
press his question if the senator from
Michigan seeks to impose any conditions
from him,' Caraway shot back.
SPEAKS OF SUFFEItnrO
"Senator Newberry has suffered the
tortures of hell," Townaend shouted.
"He would give his last dollar if he had
never entered the Michigan senatorial
race. Ue has suffered persecution and
sorrow and misrepresentation ; his heart
and feelings have been torn hy cowardly
slander and Uea."
Townsend denounced Ford aa he quot
ed from newspaper reports that Feat!
planned to conduct a widespread cam
paign thi year against the reelection of
any senator who voted to allow New
berry to retain his seat.
If Truman Newberry and his friends
bought bis election thousands of peo
ple of Michigan sold it to him." Town-
send said. "But there hasn't been one
scintilla of evidence that fraud or cor
ruption was employed by Truman New
berry and bis friends.
"The charges made against Newberry
ar not only an indictment of Senator
Newberry but of the people of Michigan,
and 2 don't believe it has been properly
WOULD PBOTECT 5KWBERBT
Reverting to the possibility of New
berry permitting himself to be ques
tioned by his colleague when he reads
statement tn hi own defense in the
senate Monday, Townaend said he would
lose much of the respect he had for
Senator Newberrj if he permitted hia
senatorial critics to cross-examine or
Senator Newberry la a senator here
and ho has a right to com here, if he
comes at all. as the peer of any other
senator here," Townsend continued. "He
has demonstrated that by the integrity
of hi oeraonal life."
Townaend demd erapnaueairy inai
Newberry "had Jn any way directly or
indirectly, financed nuj primary cam'
EAJf AGAUrST WISH
Senator Newberry'a distinguished pa
triotic services had won for him th
personal friendship and regard of for
mer President Roosevelt, Townsend con
tinued, as he reviewed Newberry ca
reer first as assistant secretary and then
aa secretary of the navy daring the
"Senator Newberry knew little about
polities, he was in no sense a politician,
he waa a business men," Townaend aald.
He did not want to enter Michigan poll.
tics or become a senatorial candidate.
He-consented very reluctantly to do so,
when his friends urged upon him that
it waa hia patriotic duty to help prevent
Mr. Ford, a pacifist, from entering the
"Mr. Ford had spent thousand of
dollar in newspapers, advertising, vrg
ing; the reelection of M. Wilson en th
plea that kept us out of war, and
Mr, WUson sought to reward him by
drafting him as a senatorial candidate.'
"We an suffer from our fool frienda,"
Townsend said aa he denied that New
berry possessed any personal knowl
edge of the expenditure of money by hi
relative and friend in furthering his
"To much money waa spent in Michi
gan for Truman Newberry' own good.
Townsend shouted as he pounded the
desk before him with hi fist. Ther
were three candidates for the senate tn
Michigan in 1911 and they wr ail mil
llonajrea," Townsend continued. '1 have
heard ' former. Governor Osborne men
tioned as "poor Mr. Osborne,' but 1 do
not believe he relishes that because be
I very wealthy. So i Mr. Newberry
and so la Mr. Ford. There are f
wealthier men in the United Stale than
1 don't know anything about whether
Mr. Osborne or Mr. Newberry is . the
wealthiest but when men gt a rating
as millionaire their wealth greas rap-
Idly In the nubile mind. .-
i "The Michigan eampai, was one In
witch all the candidate were rich. It
waa ne campaign tor a poor man. No
poor man lost his chance because there
was no poor man i tne race.-.. -;
The aenate plunged today Into another
stormy debate en tne right et Henator
Newberry ta retain hi seat in face ef
Ford's charge that a "slush fund" : of
$200,000 waa employed to secure New
MEXICO ASKED TO
Washington, Jan. 7. (TJ. P.) Timothy
Costello, a naturalised American cttlsen.
wa murdered en January 4 at Texooco,
Mexico, Georg T. Summerlin, American
charge d'affaires at Mexico City, in
foiiued the state department today. Sum-
merlin ka made representations to the
Mexican government. The place where
Costello was killed In 15 mile north ef
No further detail wer given In Sum-
merlin dispatch. .
Way Project Urged
By Joint Committee
Detroit, Jan. 7.(L N. &) Th Great
Lakes-St. Lawrence Waterway wag ap
proved by the international Joint com
mittee in a report to the United State
department of state and th Canadian
government, fr. J. McLean. Detroit
leader in the project, wa Informed to
day. The report will be transmitted to
congress. The commission recommended
that work a tart a soon as possible.
Tha project, which is expected to coat
approximately $252,000,000, call for con.
stroction of a deep waterway from th
lakes to the Atlantic ocean by way of
the St Lawrence river and would per
rait loading of ocean going vessels in De
troit. - ,
Vancouver Is Second
In Licenses to Wed
Marriage licenses were issued ia ISfl
to 5571 persons, or zTIS couple, at Port-
land, and to 4750 persons, or SI7
couple, at Vancouver. Much Interest
has been shown in th last several
year between the two eltlee. each try
ing to outdo the other in issuing mar
riage license, but for the last three
year Portland has shown the best rec
ords. However, the records show that
Portland haa. beaten Vancouver by a
larger majority this year than ever be-;
Senate Gets Down
To Work on Bill
For Soldier Bonus
Washington. Jan. T (L N. S.W Sol
dier bonus legislation will start to move
in congre next Tuesday. Chairman
Fordney of the house wsys and mean
I committee today issued a call for a gen
eral meeting of th committee Tuesday
to consioer it program for th present
While there la a mass ef legislative
matter before the committee, it un
derstood that the bonus la the most
pressing and Insistent becaua ef de
mand .from house member that it
I aball be taken bp and perfected.
! Ex-Bank Director
Of Tacomals Given
the ice, aad h was drowsed.
John Kendrick Bangs
iteported No Better
Atlantic City. N. J, Jan. T. fL N. E
John Kendrick Bang, anther aad lec
turer, continued In a eertewc eondlUoa
today. He has been til with tntestinal
troubl and aa operation waa recently
Taeoma, Jan. 7. (U. P.) On to five
years tn the state penitentiary waa th
sentence Imposed today by Superior
juog Chapman on Oustaf Llndberg,
wholesale grocer and former bank di
rector, following X4ndbcrgs conviction
on a cnarg or illegally borrowing 111,
000 from tha closed Scandinavian-Amer
unaoerg- attorney asked that a
fine be imposed. Instead of a prison een-
tence. Prosecutor Selden demanded im
prisonment, asserting the Jury plea for
clemency wa mane by but one Juryman,
bob caiz rr OXCK XOIX
Corvalli. Jan. 7. Harry Winkler.
A. HulL J. Reynolds. J. H. GeHaarher.
O. Irvine and C H. Reynold a, charged
with killing female deer, will plead thi
arternoon berere th Philomath court.
The hearing ha' been set for Tuesday
afternoon. The ea waa originally tried
la the Justice court ef Philomath, waa
appealed to th circuit court and ha
Been returned on a new charge.
Edgar Farrar, Expert
On Tax Law, Is Dead
BlloxL Misa- Jan. 11 X. Ri
Edgar Farrar, TZ. former president of
the American Bar association, is dead
here today from pneumonia He was
an authority oa tax taw.
lzatb to claw estate
Oregon City. Jan. T To claim a
legacy left by a sister In the Isle ef
Man, Mr. and Mr. A. K. King and
family today started their Journey to
English waters en a trip which will
last about six moo tha They aail from
New York on the Baltic January 1.
Kfaig slater. Mr. A. Palme tear, died
October S, 1I1L leaving her brother sole
hair to a large estate. The family re
el dad la Ue Mount Pleasant district.
King has not been ta Europe el nee a
boy, and plan to visit fete parent aad
relatives of bis wife hi London.
CEMENT FLAFT TO BESCXE
Oregon City, Jan. 7. According to
advices received here Friday, the Oregon
Portland Cement company, which re
cently shut down it plant at Oswego,
will resume operation January IS.
KABKIAGC Lif CUBES
Oregon" city. Jan. Tw Marriac license
wer Issued here to William B. Spencer.
11. and Lulu E. Hellman, li, both of thla
city, aad R. Charie Xewberr. U.
JewI A. Wright, SL both of New Era.
BABLIXO ftrSD FOB BIFOBCB
Pendleton. Jan. L Sweet name won't
eD folks out of matrimonial dLffleul
ttea. A dlvoros eomplaint waa filed
gainst Wllnam Edwta Darting by
Woman Run Down by
Coasters Is Injured
La Grande, Jan. 7 Th first coast
ing accident in thi city thla winter
curred Thursday night when two girl
ran down Mrs. H. O. Trun, wife ef a
local motion picture house owner, at the
foot of Main street bllL Mrs. Trull waa
thrown to th ground and suffered se
rious injuries about tn head and lower
limbs. Because of her advanced age
her condition I considered aerieus, al
though not critical.
COTfTEFTIO FLAWS DISCtTSSEO
Pendleton, Jan. T. Plas for the state I
convention of 8 pa nish-A me riean War
Veteran wer discussed by the local
post. Ferry Idlemkn,, former
mander of the American Legion, spoke
for cooperation between th organize-1
Uon. ... . ,
Pendleton. Jan. 7. A dual debate
tween Pendleton nigh school and Walla
Walla high school, scheduled for Friday
night, wa postponed one week.
. - , l " . ii a .. i .. .
OSWEGO B4at I VIEW
: Oregon City, Jan. T. Thor Fagstedwf I
Oswee-o. who te heading- a movement for I
establishment ef a new BaaK there, emM
the institution win probably be ot
daring March. Business connectiorts and
financial arrangements, tt I reported,
are prog reaming and the project aa re
served the seppert ef commercial and
civic bodies, as well a individual co
operation from the farmers. -
When raw cold winds blow
It imparts a cheering warmth, valuable
nutrition and has a most de
licious flavor. The very, odor
of a steaming cup is appetizing
and attraxttive. It is absolutely
pure and of high grade.
.MADE ONLY BY
WALTER BAKER rS- CO., LTD
' DORCHESTER. MASSACHUSETTS - .