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SATURDAY. JANUARY - 7. 1S23L
THE . OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAlfD, OREGON
HARDING IS URGING
LEADERS OF PARTY
Emma Goldman, r -Deported,
TJ. S. Leads All
Stockholm. Jan. 7. (L N. & The
United State la the only . country
after all." aald Emma Goldman, no
torious woman anarchist, today. Miss
Ooldmxa has arrived here from
KavaL aocompanied by Alexander
Berkman and Alexander Shapiro.
All had been deported from America
for their anarchistic activities. Miss
Goldman aaid that all of them wished
to get back to America and would
attempt to do so. at tha first oppor
ft legislative contrc
i , X Two conference!
, -" ' J one with the leader
I " : . ; at tha ae-rlculturi
f . ' I ".' ' 1 oonsen
in i" 'immmmtmm dm)
Br David tawreeee
iCeprnsItl. IS 13. jby The Jeanal)
Washington, Jan. 1. President Hard
trig has begun a drive for Republican sol
idarity In con (Teas, particularly tha sen-
J ate. In tha hope. of
j American people next whence comes also Mr. Ken yon, one of
fall a record of tne leaders or tne agricultural Dioc
achievement that will I WORKS FOR COMPROMISE
eOtltrOI I .AMrM .llfn1 VJa7ak.aw- .a. ..II
e Tir. tl.u la t - - a a
,-. wsavwa I T saaM a- sk.1J VI
.v Tenea to some extern w xus ecreuuTra
' ai . " . I wamw aw thmrtner This aVAimta fn 'Uw
i fXIw' r BfliM 1 si 1 "-.' a-va
and another with the! Hramre tenaency to try a compromise.
conservative Repub-1 " oeiievns ne idowi w sp.ru or tne
have devel-1 agricultural Bioronrai, out. concretely
AnMi tha fmt that I ne asas tnat ma agriculturalists outline
Mr. Harding has set to work in earnest exactly what they do want They 'will
t effect a compromise and that ha will have thlr chance at the meeting called
reluctantly hot surely assume tha lead- T nr. w turn.
erahlp of bin party during the next few The drive for a compromise is In Its
"""'h I opening stages. It will continue durinr
tim presMeat baa been nrxad on every I tne next lew weens to be the cen-
side by n embers of his own cabinet nsltral theme of governmental effort.
well as by Republican leaders in con-1 for Irrespective of the agricultural deft-rasa
to crack tha whip of tha party I mands for affirmative results, negative
over tha beads of recalcitrant members, I effects are already apparent in the
hat nothing la more loathesome to War-1 Mocking or needed legislation wanted by
ran Harding than driving the members I the Kant, particularly business men and
of a body of which ae waa but recently I bankers who also feel that their de
part. Mr. Harding still believes he I mands must be met in order to bring
can aeootnpuah tha aam result by pa-1 about an industrial revival.
ueat pleading and persuasive arguments.
WATSOV TAXES ItASD
i am reaaiua-unenl or committee chair
snanalUpa in tha senate has brought, the
situation to a bead. Senator Jim Wat'
son of Indiana, one lot the real leaders
f tha senate nowadays, a man with a
shrewd eye for political disturbances,
naked Mr. Harding to discuss the situa
tion with Senators McC umber of North
Dakota, Curtis. Lodge and himself. The
Fair Booster Wants
Job in Missouri But
Lands in Asylum
UP BY STILLNIAN
Judge Rules Against
Booze in Ash Cans;
Idle Hour Is Fined
cans are for ashes, ruled Judge
Roawmaa Friday afternoon in municipal
Furthermore, a person in responsible
for the condition of his ash can. If some
reformed Imbiber takes to the water
wagon and unloads his wet goods in
somebody's ash barrel, that somebody
had better watch out.
These points were made dear by the
court in passing Judgment on the pro
prietors of the Idle Hour pool hall. 145
Third street, who were fined J200 be
cause a cache of 10 bottles of moonshine
was found In an ash can at the rear of
their establishment. They held they
(By Uni venal Bu ike)
New York. Jan. 7. Three more "Dear
est Honey" letters, alleged to have been
written by Fred Beauvaia to Mrs. Anne
C. Stillman, and a brief note Mrs. SOU
man la said to have sent to the Indian
guide rhave been Injected Into James A.
Stiliman's suit for divorce.
The letters were filed in conjunction
with an appeal the banker I preparing itr uamUu xuey .
fro tha rnt dachrfon ronlrtn!Twm nothing about the liquor.
to contribute S7500 more towards the
expenses of his estranged wife's fight
for I vindication.
Two of the letters open up with the
salutation, "My Dearest Honey." One
of them contains a number of little
crosses which Stillman's counsel says
ware meant as symbols for hugs and
Tw additional depositions were filed
by counsel for the former banker. Both
were made 'by former servants in the
Astoria, Jan. 7. Logging Interests in
tha lower Columbia .river districts are
formulating plana which look to the pool'
lag of the logging holdings, or at least a
cooperative distributing schema for the
logs, with a view to controlling the out
put of the logs and thus stabilising the
The pro position la well under way. ac
cording to lumber men. Information has
npt yet been given out as to the char
acter of the plan most likely to be
adopted, but it la known that two pro
jects are being fostered. One Is for a
pool of the logging interests of all com
panies in fa a single organisation which
would operate the camps and log pro
ducing facilities entirely through the
Strong Indorsement of the 192S Ore-1 agency of the central combine. The
gon fair was given Friday at a meeting I second and ir conservative proposal
cw a v., xr cm .: I of tha Oreeon Elks association, com- M" tor the establishment of a marketing
part Of 191,, wore a plain gold ring in- posed of the exalted ruler, and 1 TZJ"S
taries of the Elks lodges In the state. I logs and which would govern their ac-
Assembled In state conclave, members I tivities according to the status of the
STATE ELKS BACK
Musicians i to Jjo
Out Should Movie
Chicago, Jan.' t. Mnirtciana who tor-
Blah music at motion . picture theaters
threatened to fsxrika . In , sympathy with
motion picture, machine operators if the
Utter go on ' strike. The operators
threaten to strike against a proposed re
duction In wages and wnlese a counter
demand for a 15-cent aa hour Increase
There are approximately 2500 musto-
lana employed in the 125 picture houses
in Chicago. "
"Ninety per cent of the motion picture
houses In Chicago must go out of busi
ness unless there is a reduction In ex
penses and wagea," Peter Schafer, rep
resenting the theater owners associa
Uon, said tonight.
Salem, Jan. 1. Daniel J. Fisher of
upshot of It all is m unanimous feeling Marshfleld Is an enthuiasUc booster for
um exesuUy impetus Is absolutely ea- the Portland exposition.
on uniasa tne Kepumican party is to ir. -.n. . ,t
go on the rocks in the present session of V, Z , , , .
It Is not that ideas for lee Is- ' j oe ues-
WUoej are lacking or that the contest lgnated aa the official representative of
to for priority of treatment, but a funds- the 1925 exposition and provided with a
viewpoint of the farming West and the P8" t0 hta old hom" town of Washing
tnannfactarlng and banking ast. I ton. Mo, tne home of the "Missouri
Contrary to the popular ' limn iInn I meerschaum.
Mr. Harding's dlfflcultlea are not alto- I He was also interested in learninr all
ether with the farm bloc. He is not at about the big show and wanted to be
points with that a roup. The directed to that portion of tha fair
irwca is he finds a good deal in their I ground where the wild animals were
one ox roougnt wnicn is acceptable to knt
nna as progressive Republican doctrine. He was not exactly clear either as to
miKn aa wouw nave originally ra- whether he was in a building of the
vorea ana now much be node it practical hig exposition or back in Missouri. His
to accept in ihe Interest of a com pro- pockets were fuU or tocks and bits of
rise are entirely aside from the real -i... ,h .i. h, k, . .,i
SiS . wVHnf torn shreds pf paper which he proudly
!tZir JS J! faCllOT1" f exhibited to the governor as railroad
alngla party platform. I n mnA nnin r ,i. nnm.n.
sisaua i avauiavcjJ I days.
The president's drive for solidarity has Before the governor could unwind the
behind It, however, something more than red tape necessary to fulfilling the re-
a tendency to go along with the agrtcul- quest, however, an attendant from the
taral bloc In the hope of obtaining the I state hospital came In search of the
eoafidenoe of that group. It Involves patient who had left the Institution
mac more than trying to make the Thursday and Dan's dream of a trip
Conservative Kaatera Senators SWallOW hack to old Mlaanurl aa rtrcrn'a rain.
mnom oi me proposals or ina rarmmg uter plenipotentiary was ended.
r-w mm i m wnicq w pvroapoL uie rove
of the whole business. It does embrace
a program of political harmony without
wnicn even Republicans admit they will
tone control next autumn Just aa surely
as they lost a presidential election In
1111 through a party spilt.
Mr. Harding la fighting now to keep
. the Republican party together. Unless
he effects a compromise at this session
h will find himself confronted with the
scribed., with Beauvaia initials ; the
other said Mrs. Stillman had a pair of
. . I ,V. mmtmi., -.1-- Iniltr. Vn IHriet
awa naa oeen uj auuua, wu the Beaver commonweaitn. wun ue ,., lvnnHttnn t rin with
single exception of Heppner, tmresery- I production at times when the best inter-
edly went on record for the exposition I ests of the industry dictate a "slow bell.
t i 1 following resolutions: At present there is a distinct shortage
Beauvaia. alleged to have m,...,. ,,. k. .-iaa 1 .v- i o-v. n.-n, ih
KUCIVSMIi anaa Mbssaamuus 1U V-USJ aVSV UWials XAWO auvi eauj aw jaw
Qirotieho-at the world that Oregon in-1 slowness of logging opferations daring
a stes-a k wloaao 1 awroei 1 Jm 1n I tka au-.Mawei t fMAnka TM m rakavrvl tea tKaw
.r??Jy?u,.TnlUlfo:'.Ur,. 1 1925, dedicated to peace and progress, I Quickening In lumber manufacturing
aom i ana oufiiocaa xua w oinfcunuj ft
"Whereas, such exposition will prove ire rated by the holiday shutdowns which
t YLrL vZZ TT. yXZT. of incalculable benefit to every section have closed practically all camps in this
"I h2 1 of the great state of Oregon; therefore, vicinity for some weeks.
.ln at nlot until I would coma to ine nouuay ckjoiu aw umm
rnnT "Resolved, that the representatives of J tended by the snow, which is unusually
your room. I n..f.. T?IV. lnra. i-n mlMn v..n I. .V- .numtatna thla wtntar.
-TT J T 1 1 I k.VJ UIVKUU Ma .u.vnu.M.. I iiDa W 1U " w -
WUICICUW aoocuiUiCial WMiwiov I OUVW VUUUiUVUV wisstwetaew uw
Atlantic and Pacific Highways and I factor in the log market at present al
Electrical exposition.." I though operations could be forced at
The meeting was held at the club- I any time if demand should become strong
rooms in the Elks temple. Broadway I Muneh. Several camps are preparing
and Stark streets. The day was de-1 for early opening operations in woods
voted to the transaction of a large but It Is doubtful If there wiu oe any
amount of detail business. When the I heavy production this month.
matter of a meeting place for the 19Z7
alleged by Stillman to be the father of
.-year-old Guy Stillman.
The first of the three new letters
been written May 20. 1919, reads:
"My Dearest Honey:
letter and telegram.
how it cheered me. I was sick yester
day; very sick with a heavy headache.
miss you very much. It is Just as
though there were no more light in
the world for me. In your letters you
eayl I could come to see you. dear.
Tea, I know I am bad and mean to
you. I always want to make
love to you afterward.
MAKES DEATH THREAT
"Oh. it seems ages and ages since 1 session was considered, it resulted in I ttt I "if j 1
have seen you. and it win be just as . committee beine named with the sue- WflTTIfLTl S l H.T, 1 11 Tl it I
T mil Ka nhl in lka hnlti I .1 . C...M. V- 1 I I I UlilW W
and take you in my arms ana give I yiding suitable arrangements could be
you a nice big bug ana auss. made.
If anyone tries to mm love to you Georee F. Collins of Medford. state
down there I will find it out. If they I president ot the association, occupied the
do. . 1 will mil tnem sure, necause you i executive ehair at the gathering.
are all mine ana uuy s, rawer x am u
yours and Guy's to the end.
"tots of love and Kisses to tne ureat
The second letter, dated May 21, 1919,
I Just received 10 pigs, 4 months old.
that I bought on the way up. We have
some chicks left. The carpenter started
work yesterday and today it Is raining
Woman Jumps Into
Flume; Is Eescued
By State Officer
' ITYuinv Oe Jan 7 TT1 and hallawajl
neeeawiry or choosing between two fac- to have been delirious, Mrs. Orville
:n" yiJVT p7Tv,a PM1"1 ?: Weaver, a bride of a year though 17
teat of 1934. and the same elements which
brought a break 10 yeaj-s ago will men
aoa Iteoublican Victory.
w . Ition. a distance of five blocks to thi
Itardlng-ii adTlsers who hBm con- olteh of MounUUn state Power com
' mmm gunt nut lu om l,i L w unit auong
and that a firm hand should be applied,
are asking the president to propose a
years old, made her way from a hospi
tal, where she was awaiting an opera
tion, a distance of five blocks to the
pany Friday night and Jumped into the
stream. She screamed as she struck the
ecenpromlae and then virtually reid out and Kenneth Bloom, state
of the party those who will not stand
Contrai alloc at elections are only a few
months away. As a rule, senators and
represantaUvea begla then to cling to
traffic officer, rescued the woman as
she emerged to the surface about 90.
The plunge was made at Ninth and
vine streets, where the ditch passes
the coattalls of the executive, petition- , IT a .v ,v "1, f
ma- him for tatters nf .nnronl f h-l- Clrrled der thoroughfare and.
mg him for bitters of .approval of their
respective courses sol that constituencies
' containing a, big Republican vote may
, be Impressed with tine necessity of re
turning the Republican, candidate to
congress, but Harding baa hesitated to
use the supreme weapon at his cora
, mand. He Is not making threats even
' Ukough he knows fuU well that In any
orntest at this time over party regular
ity be would probably win in a walk.
COVHBTATITES AT FAULT
The difficulty, is Just as much with
Eastern conservatives as Western radi
cals. ' Any compromise Is a gtve-and-
. take proposition and not absolute sur
render. Most of the Easterners who
have been making faces at the agricul
tural htoe and heaping all sorts of crltl
cssm upon It, refuse even to examine
' carefully the causes) pf the movement.
The administration knows full well
. that s group of American senators, pmr-tic-alar
ty some ot those like Messrs.
Ksfiyon and CapperJ would not risk the
hnnnocr of the party unless something
fuxkdamen tally strong Impelled them to
oo so. They must know that their eoo
sUtoenrtes approve I and If large sec-
Uona of the electorate , stand behind
ttaasei Sews tors what then can the admln-
latratloo do to meet thai agricultural
' demand, I
One answer baa already been given by
the administration in the call by Secre
tary -Wallace for an agrteuttural eon
'Mr. Wallace cornea from lows.
from the fact she regained the surface
a considerable distance below, it is pre
sumed she sank on striking the water.
The experience was said to have indl
cated no serious effects.
FOR OREGON FAIR
Raid Spoils Party .
t or'lJempsey; inn's
San Franciaco, Jan. 1-Jck Dempa? y.
times known as the world's
Spokane, Wash. Jan. T. A resolution
Indorsing the Oregon 1)25 exposition was I weight champion, who ts toirlm the Bar.
adopted Friday by the National Parks I district with his vaudeville eaf staged
Highway ssanrlatlon In stsilon here, I a lH party Thnrsday night at the
"MM Adama. supervisor or tne yon ina. x milea out of Oakland.
rVthimM Ke. 1w en r-eae; w1 si siTshi-tsrf stVaW I
rat v ritirt .f tKa. m m--.t Im linn I -w-e-u kew-: j - iinisai aw .u-eum mm bb, sjpvl.
Adam, waa chosen to TU1 a vacancy due I orVluij' mnmbfr'f
to the resignation of Frank W. Gullbert. l.tZLT, .J? i7 PT
necutlva umlirr alnca tha National I AS Uempeey and fcal crewd eAUU
the door of the Inn, according to tw-
Farmers Asked to
Give Sacked Wheat
Gold en dale. Wash, Jan. 7. Farmers
of the Klickitat valley will be asked to
donate sacked wheat instead of cash for
Near East relief work, and residents of
towns will be asked to make cash con
tributions equal to the value of the
wheat donated by the farmers. The
Goldendale Commercial dub has ap
pointed J. R. Shepard and M. O. Day
ton a committee to assist in the work:
Frederick Wilson ia chairman of the
Klickitat county organisation and F. A.
Smith, treasurer. The county Quota la
executive secretary since the National
Ta tr-nrsi UttrmVsiv i.nili 1 1 nan 4l rea4
i ... i ports, a number of prohibition
William n f n.Wa. ana m "
ia . tw . .irrereu aaun ana suwerx
. vcuatu wt I unuwUIam aa tKa. a
. m . -1 1 . I - m, mu w. . & mmzj
Blfr: K TVeraa leTJa I ity .of gin. WhJwJy.
I rooctn. wine and beer.
- rTTl'- .1 Dem peer's party CeUd net to
. " I " "! TT Z ,ira . m rot the. raided and
a-rr m uw uuo .u- 4 departed tor aa unknown
mnXII. aan. .Him araa atf jwl Mm I ym aw aa m
u'cr."Jlu J "J r1- WM Sixteen raids were eoodnetad
" oe 01 niiningrwi s mmaiBcr. 1 njt br tJim 4 tnaim and U
00 we own 01 ajreciors. I were arrested ad Indeed bm tHfl
n.l.. CI..U. C .1- mm.M w TT I w-nw nww T 1 Nai aa jaan
of Portland is a member ot the com
Save Whiskey From
Launch Wreck; Then
Pour It in Trench
Health Nurse Quits
Pendleton. Jan. 7. Because it waa de
cided to form a cemetery association at
Boaraman after she had given a speech
on health. Miss Bunge. county health
nurse, who came but recently from an
Eastern state, resigned and left for her
home, according to reports from Hepp
ner. airs. Tom jonnson has been ap-
pomtea to 1111 tne place.
Menaced by Bobber;
Filipinos Who Back
Wood Are Traitors,
Says Native Group
Itk-m TTaMad Newsl
Chicago. Jan. 7. As a robber, Robert
Brown claims originality.- From behind
the bars he insists he is the champion
silk bank robber of the world, and 15
women are nreoared to testily to nis
skill in detecting a bank roll cached
above a shapely knee.
Brown blames short skirts ior ms
Vmiu T T Tan 7 TTT t i pw. I downfall. The existence OI tne new
Thare are two TOOmS that we I TT-. ill nri t n a Mn err a K ill b rw nA c. v tairAwrev1 I Drofession was discovered when Brown
did net come to any conclusion about to General Leonard Wood, governor of I attempted to extract the bank roll of
I mean as to the color, -ynese rooms are the islands, that a group of Filipinos Mrs. Daisy Mooiey. a siigui. wrmaae
Unit's anil Alex'a .- I Aaaiimat.ncr nimnuiuM aa "tha. t k.i I In her silk stocking, snowing near tne
awwnH KISSES r NaUonal group." had passed resolu- kne. Ied expert to know the loca-
.. . . ,t - I linn. il.w.Iapina' an m Irdnn, ,nlmnrthiv UOB Oi UMJ uwovu
Ub me mow n yo imu . tj i . . .v, vMaa
. . , .w- . T ... MA mwm I W1WU1 BM tMltnM I "
lonely out in uie rouuui. mad auu i -, n
how you are fixed and if Mr. a comes The resolations urged a boycott of J r ,r.
out often. I tne government to do extenaea to resig'
-TTave yon spoken to Mr. - s. aoouti nation of Filipinos from office, and re-
your dream that you has! np here 7 Ana I fusal to pay taxes.
most of an, about yourseir ana near Failure of the Wood-Forbes commis-
Guy. Ton think I am fooling you when gjon report to recommend independence
I say that some aay i am going u wo- for the Philippines was given as the
immediate cause of this action.
American officials do not view the I neighborhood within a week.
matter as particularly serious.
Russia Gets Control
Of Bokhara's Roads
Riga, Jan. 7. (L N. & Soviet Rus
sia has signed a treaty with the new
republic of Bokhara, giving Moscow
control of all the railways In Bokhara
and Central Assla, said a dispatch from
Moscow today. The soviet has imposed
heavy new taxes and will use the rev
enue for the relief of the famine suf
was the boldest thing.' Mrs.
"He pointed his
gun at men and told me to come across.
I thought be wanted my new iur coat
But he shock his head and said. There
It is kid, rm after the old First Na
tional, and he reached down well
he only got S9." .
Fourteen other women have com-
Gas Launch Found
Burned and Deserted
Seattle, Wash., Jan. (. The gas launch
Nevada was found burned on the beach
one mile south of Cole, on Vashon island,
according to a report received by the
sheriff today. No trace of the crew
was found. The gasoline tank appar
ently had exploded the report said. The
launch is said to belong at Gig harbor.
Turn to Business,
Aberdeen. Wash, Ji
worth 125.000 taken from
Milkmaid, wrecked on the beach tour
miles south of .West port, Monday night.
Thursday waa poured Into a trench dug
near West port by F. A. Haseltlne. ted
era! prohibition supervisor, assisted by
Agents Morgan and CroxalL
The liquor, consisting of 1U rams of
Old Hermitage whiskey.
years ago In Kentucky, and 40 cases of
John Devtr Scotch whiskey.
hauled rrom the wreck to the lifenarlng
station, all the time under the strictest
guard. Near the station a trench was
dug and Haseltlne and his assistants
broke the bottles and poured out the
liquor while 25 persons looked on.
Jan, . "More than iojOOO eoOsge
dents are studying ts exttar bond
of tan rapid increase ta
ree years. Donald C Darvtat.
aaam ana li m TT ! iS
liquor 1 arharJ of
we isoiica I th HnUrt tvwtv Iva- via k. a ,
of the University of Idaho,
David gave aa
Compensation to Be ;
Given Disabled Yets
Cabinet Crisis at
Madrid, Jan. 7. L N. 8.) A minis
terial crisis Is threatened here as a re
sult of the Moroccan war and reports
here of Irregularities in the army. It)
was reported today that the pre
cabinet will be succeeded, by. a conserva
taking vomfkwial training In tha
Northwest district what are sssat to the)
hospital for an ertendnd Mrfad ot treai-
xnent will hereafter raonree total tsera-
porary disability miiiisraTssi eg $ss ear
lt k month during their coaCncnaeBt.
aooordlng te lufxii uaxtkni rvaceveed froea
central offio of the United ITisss Vea-
anef bureeva. Aa wamarrled naan wCl
be paid M a nsonta nod that
THIETE8 WOBK TS Y. M. C A.
While J. B. .Moore. 1212 Alameda
street, was taking a shower at the T.
M. C A. Friday afternoon sneak thieves
went through his clothes and stole
valuable watch and 111.
BFOKASat atOAT FatOfKCTtS
Spokane, Wasfx, Jan, T MoTVel rohae
and. Nine Mile roadn. which wta oosc
apprrrrtmslery 1170,000. vera aJa
head the program of roads Car faiismaw
eni vn oaanty nana toeary. , cm-
tracts for this pavtag wd ha awarded;'
in four weeks by tha comsly etantmaw'
stooera. The county has tttOJOQ ta boad
KiADEEb AIT SXSCTS
Freewater, Jan. 7 The LadW Aid oT
iKa JTmAm-m tmA tir al. i i.l aa .
Redmond.' Jan. . T. The resignation of I Denny, iseelrtinil : Mrs. B. T n.k.
Albert Julian as city marshal was ao-1 rtoe isinirtieil ; lira. J. C CrWnnteiai
cepted by the council and Malkeaon waa I secretary. Wedaeaday aflernooa a sfra
named his successor. Guenther was I tea will be held at the "-- at Bare aad
named city water supervisor. . I atra. H. C. Stover. .
plained of similar robberies in the same
Sa Pinchot Asks Club Cached Mooiishine
To Protest Action
In Chair Cushion
Police who spent more than an hour
Held in Attempt fid
m TTT 1 T
iram wrecK inquiry
Tacoma, Jan. 7. R. O. Maloy, 38, is
held here by the police for investigation
in connection with the attempted wreck
ing and robbing of Northern Pacific
passenger and mail train No. S, near
Auburn, New Tears night Maloy's ar
rest, according to police officials, came
through letters alleged to have been dis
patched by Maloy to Portland, Tacoma
and Seattle authorities and newspapers.
in which he signed himself "Just an
other Roy Gardner. Maloy declares
that he served overseas during the World
war as an aviator and was brought down
over Verdun, both legs and his Jaw being
nap Guy and bring him up here. First
of all I'll get you up here ana men j. u
Oh. then, what a little lamiiy it win
be all sunshine and love.
have always been dreamin
for and what we hope
aoon will be together, honey dear, love.
"Let me know how soon before we will
see each other again.
"The farm work is coming along fine.
By next week all the planting will be I Goldendale, Wash, Jan. 7. Giff ord I in the house of Mrs. Emma Lnmovich.
dene. Pinchot has written the Goldendale 1 228a Burnside street, in a search for
"With all my love for you and Guy. Commercial club asking that a formal I liquor, were rewarded for their efforts
(Six crosses are interpolated here as protest be made by the club in the form I Just as they were leaving the residence
follows: fXxxxxx). These are kisses for 1 of a resolution against action pending I after an apparently fruitless search,
you and Guy. Good-bye, dear, for. a at Washington, D. C, proposing to take I An officer who moved a chair from his
111 tie while. tours rwer ana control of national forests out of the 1 way to get to the doOr was surprised
hBJSJJ. I hands of the department of agriculture I when two bottles of moonshine fell from
WOMAS W KITES SUH. I and place them under the supervision I Its cache in the cushion. A squad com
Under date of February 11, 1919,1 of the secretary of the Interior. He also I nosed of Sergeants Bunn and Shadd and
Beauvaia Is alleged to have written the has requested that the club pass a reso- Patrolmen Johnson and Rudolph, had
banker's wife as follows : lution of protest against the bureau of previously turned the whole house over
"My Dearest Honey: I hope to get marketing being transferred from the? in their booze hunt. Mrs. Lumovich was
things going right, so I may come to see I department of agriculture to the depart- I released on S250 bail on a charge of
you and baby Guy soon, dearest. Every- Lment of commerce. I violating the prohibition ordinance.
thing will seem slow until l nave you
both again, darling.
"I Just love to have the baoy m my
arms Just to feel aad look after it.
They are the fruit of heaven and earth.
"Oh. darling, how cold it seems now
that I am alone at night- I Just hate
t j be without you. darling.
"Goodnight, dearheart, and kiss the
baby for me. Goodnight, dear. Oh, how
I love you, dearest. I love you both.
Goodnight. Here is a big kiss and a
hug for you. Ever Tours Ever to the
erd. Lots of love to you both.
There was neither date nor signature
on the brief note attributed to Mrs.
Stillman. It read:
"Dear, dear Fred: Guy looked like a
dream today. Pink cheeks and dark
eyes and so happy. Guy sends you his
piece of cake with its one candle and
his i love."
BOCK FILE ATJTHOEIZED
Goldendale, Wash, Jan. 7. Klickitat
county la to have aa old fashioned rock
pile for bootleggers and moonshiners at
the county rock quarry on Swale creek,
near the state road to Maryhill. four
miles south of Goldendale.
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Is No Bar to Total
Disability, Is Rule
Boise, Idaho, Jan. T. Backing the opin
ion of the state industrial accident
board, th Idaho supreme court decision
in the case of S. IS. McNeil against the
Panhandle Lumber company and the
Aetna Casualty A surety company held
that total disability, as used in the
workman's compensation law of this
state, takes no account of a state of
partial disability, or impaired health
existing In the claimant ptevious to an
McNeil claimed damages for loss of his
right eye. Tha lumber company con
tended that tha loss of bis left eye. in
a previous accident, barred him from
making a claim of total disability. By
the court's decision. McNeill will come
into puusassluu of the board's award of
$4000 tn weekly payments of (12 and a
payment of. $4 per week for life.
On 12-Pound -Arrival
Mammoth Eprtnga, Ark, Jan. T. L N.
& -Dr. and Mrs, IX F. Curtis are re
ceiving . the congratulations pf their
friends today an tha birth of a 12-peond
boy who arrived yesterday.
Dr. Curtis lg 10 years aid. His wife is
44, The srw baby ts Dr; Curtla twelfth
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