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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL PORTLAND. OREGON
TUESDAY. JANUARY 10.- 1S22.
president of Um Irish free state, Griffith
aid that 'the whole question of IrltD
peace would be referred to the people as
soon as possible In a general election.
This election will be for the purpose of
choosing deputies to the new parliament 1
ERS IN DEAL.
U FOLLETTE SAYS
Washington, Jan. 10. TWASHIMO-
TON BCREAU OF TinC JOURNAL)
senator Follette alleges that a tar.
rain mas been struck between the rep
rvaantaUvee of Wading farm organisa
tions In Washington and tha railroad
eaersuvas, wsereby the farm leadsrs
ar to let np In their demands' for re
peal or us so-called guarantee section
of the transportation act. and reUnaulsh
their campaign for restoration of lntra
stau rats making power br suto cora-
farm organ iaations ahall support the ef
forts of the railroads to secure further
reductions in the wages of the railroad
employes, the Inference being that lower
ratee lor farm products will follow.
BATS AGREEUEJT BEACHED
According to ths Wisconsin senator,
the bargain la one-elded, because the
.railroads are- to redoes their par rolls
snd ths requirement that the? shaB re
ceive a "reasonable rats of return" Is to
. ranunwo, wniie, on uie outer nana,
wage redactions hare not been trans
lated Into reduced rates.
The railroad executive have agreed
that ths 1 to per cent clause laid
dswH as a guide for railroad uninn I South Ireland within ths next week.
that bo strtaken out. La fr'olletut eaya, I The Freeman's Journal states that
but this amounts to little, as it will ex-1 organised Irish labor is about to issue
Dlrs anrwar on March L Th bad fu. I an Important announce ro eat to support
turs. In La rolletua view, is that ths of ths peace treaty which was ratified
Interstate commerce commission is still lt Saturday night ' '
directed to secure to the railroads a I Ireland expects to be admitted to toe
reasonable rate of return upon valuation Legu of Nations as a free stats dur
a i w s a a . m .ia. a a i i n sr 191 ir wblsi mamtui imiaT. at.
which win be created under the law cre
ating tha Irish free state.
The Griffith-Collins faction which se
cured ratification ; of the Irish peace
treaty, win bo opposed by the Do Valera-
Brugha faction which opposed ratifica
tion. There will be a bitter struggle for
control of the new parliament.
. The former president Insisted the Dail
must cease to function unless it main
tained the republic. -
"We will -uphold the republic." Griffith
answered, untfl an election .has decided
COtLUS HAKE I MOTIOX
After the debate. Michael Collins
moved that Arthur Griffith be appointed
president of the IsUL Carrfn CDuIXy
seconded the motion.
' Speaking upon the motion to elect
Arthur Griffith bead of the provisional
government of aha Irish Free Stale,
Michael Colllna said
"If we continue the present procedure
the country will soon bo drifting Into
anarchy. I appeal to Um adherents of
Eamonn Do Valera to cooperate with ua
If England falls to keep bar promises I
and those with mo lwil turn against her.
Not worts and formulas, but hearts and
hands will make Ireland a success.'
message from Pops Benedict, re
joicing la an agreement with England
brought about by the D all's vote ap
proving the treaty establishing an Irish
free state, was read.
LABOft VATOBS FACT
The Irish Times said that dail prob
ably would authorise Griffith Imme
diately to summon a parliament"-tor
STAND ON TREATY
all have come to the defense of the al-
. ouate Information.
ACCEFT BOOK TALUKS
. (lace a value had to be found by dl
. reetkm of law without delay, the com
mission has had to accept book values
of ths roads, he said, sod It fixed, a
value or li.W,OOg.ooo m the aggregate,
' when, according to La Folletle, the ac
tual value Is six or seven billion dollars
lees. ' lie does not blame the commis
sion, It appears, for what It has done,
expected that formal application will be
made as soon as the Irish Free state
comes Into being and that Great Britain
will see to It that Ireland la succeasrui
In gaining admission.
San Francisco, Jan. 16. Senator
Hiram W. Johnson today found himself
fighting with seme of his otd-Orae po
litical friends In California as a result of
his attack on the quadruple alliance.
Chester H. RoweH. Republican leader
and former shipping board member;
William Kent, ex-congressman and mem
ber of the tariff commission : Charles H-
Randall. former prohibition member of
congress, and Francis v. KoesUng. an
other California Republican war horse, pajgn?
was ttneovered. in thNsw Tork office
which Newberry, then a lieutenant com-
manner, was in charge of. was maoe by
Senator Walsh, CD Mont.), after Borah
concluded, i ' - . , ' .
While the alleged "scandal" had no
connection with the -scandalous condi
tions of the Newberry campaign, Walsh
said, nevertheless It la -a fact that there
hi on tils at the navy department a re
port mildly censuring Newberry for not
having been more keenly alert with re
spect to the assignments to naval duties
made under his direetlona"
Walsh did not amplify his charges,
KTTABT 15D FIff OTHEI8 TO
DECIPB 3TEWB1BRT8 PATS
By Xawreaee martla r
Washington. Jan. 19. TJ. P.) Sen
ator Newberry's fate was to be decided
here,, today in an informal conference
of half a dosta Republican senators.
They were to discuss this question :
Did Newberry's defense to the senate
yesterday adequately answer the charge
that his seat was virtually bought by
me lavish use of maney in his cam-
3 ARE TAKEIJ AS
2 ARE BROTHERS
The group that met today included
Willis, Ohio ; McNary, Oregon ; Capper,
With the possible exception of Kees- ifmu. .. a,1 ,- .v..4-
ung au xour are wnat uamornians m Republicans. They recently sent word
original jonnson men, meaning mem-1 t0 administration leaders that unless
hers of the small group which waged 1 Newberry spoke in his own defense,
jounson a campaign ior governor la iiu. thty would vote to unseat him.
jonnson comes up, jor reeieeuoa to um . These wnaMn th irii.iv
United States senate this fall. vote ther and Georre Wharton Pernor
HIS former supporters nave not moj- the new senator from Pennsylvania, who
caiea now lar mey wouia carry wwt wu to be'swora In today to succeed Sen
ngni agauun, mm. I ator Penrose.
Roweu. tn his-, statement criticising
Johnson, termed the senator's arguments
against the alliance "a man of straw."
"I am especially sorry that Senator
Johnson has found It necessary to an
tagonise both the Republican and Demo
cratic parties and most of his constitu
ents," Rowell said. s
MABT DESERT HTM
"Senator Johnson win find he has
parted company with many thousands
of his former friends in California as a
result of his latest bomb throwing ex- I ship a year for three years, beginning In
plolt, was Randall s comment. I iz.
Keesling characterised Johnson's ar-1 SATED FROM SCRAP Blip
.. M aa 4.1 a M 1
gumenis as moee 01 peace owu-. 4. jw. gln. mll.t not n-Hl,
fCbntiBead Trrrm Fat One)
Kent denied the truth of Johnson's
Council of ChmoKes f
Of Balph C. MoAfee
Officials of the Portland Council of
Churches assembled ta special sesatoa
Monday evening at. the T. M. C A-. ac
cepted the reelgnaUoa of the Rev. Balph
C McAfee, executive secretary, effec
tive Fbruary L UcAfed has resign
to accept a similar position In Kansas
Police today wera holding three men
whom they suspect of belnx the bandits I City. Kan,
who Monday night terrorised store own- fo"?wta TV
1 , , . I by the president of the council to choose
era on wrano ana union avenues. 1 MoAW. Am M Smith.
One of the suspected throe was arrest-1 chairmaa : Dr. Edward U. Pezvoe, Nor
ed Mondav nieht. He was canturd after man F. Coleman, E. O. Sissoa and Oscar
. C Bortxmeyer.
imois were iiroo. its gave tus name as 1 ruHng the seesion the quesUoa ef re
Amos Jones. The other two Clarence lief for the famine sufferers of Russia
Jones and George Baker were arrested
was discussed. Smith and McAfee
I were reouested to confer with Near East
neucx piuau la ctvy j
that organization would temporarily
Jones home, 18 North Kellogg street
wiarenoe ana Amos are Drotners.
Police do not believe the gangsters are
novices in crime, although all their at
tempt at robbery were failures.
Jones, after being taken to the police
station, saia; "ITS been here before
it doesn't pay to talk." Police say he
has a record at Salem.
One attempt credited to the trio was
at the grocery of Dillon Dillon. 1468
union avenue north, and another was
that of the J. C Mann grocery. Grand
avenue and Hassalo streets. At the
former Mrs. -Olive M. Dillon was alone
in the store and one of the men entered
to buy cigarettes. As Mrs. Dillon turned
take over the Russian relief campaign,
as it did the Chinese relief campaign
IM ONE SHOT
SURE, VEU HELP,
TO BE SLOGAN OF
Continued Ttom Page Ooel
As well sail a battleship Into a fight
without a gun oa it as to launch a drive
without a slogan.
That's what the Portland community
chest officials believe, and so they these
"Sure well help J?
Ths campaign starts January so. The
slogan, tt la believed, holds Just the right
Tge towara the checkbook. The execu
tive oonuolttee adopted it because In
stead of preaching. at the other follow
what to do, like "Have a Heart." "Lead
a Hand." or something like that, tt takes
it for granted that everyone has a heart
and is qulta ready to lend a hand, and
as a matter Of course the whole tews
will help the nnfortunata.
The basic Idea of the campaign is that
of kindly spirit and rood fellowship. In
such a drtve It la thought the aewiy
adopted slogan fits like a glove upon
Buttons are. of course, a part of every
well-regulated campaign, and this Is to
be no exception. The button has a direct
relation to the slogan, although tt does
not carry it. This is somewhat unique.
The button, to be awarded as a badge
of honor to those who have contributed
Were yoa en of them?
Stout-Lyons Drug Co.
TVird d Mornee
OREGON HOTEL PHARMACY
Broadway at Stark
PERKINS HOTEL PHARMACY
Waaaiaftoci. sjear Ilk
to makn chanm at th raaVi i-st.r. cV.. I 1 1-- . 1 in n,irnn I to tha cheat filling, will have upon tt
was ordered to hold up her hands, a I first originate?" asked Watson. . I these word. "I have helped, thus being
second member of the gang having en-1 "I think it has always been the cue- I an echo of ths-aogaa itself. In a way.
tered the store bv that tim. I tnm A .w mm tnr mmIt mnitrv nf. I and carrying to a conclusion the sug-
WOttlMPT BOtn rr mvn fensa. and to hand for crimes other gsuon contained In the official cam-
WOCLDIfT HOJ,D rP HASPS than military." replied Bethel. palgn Una
Fred Davis, livinr abova tha atora I cnn rtvr mui ittr fmm I Tha sloran has lust been adopted ana
emerged from the basement while -the I Colonel Lucius P. Holbrook of San I the publicity committee of the big cam
affair was in progress, but in ,resoonse Francisco, who was accused bv Robert palgn la now arranging for publication
be scrapped. Six ways are laid down
BRITAIN TO WITHDRAW TROOPS
A5D RELEASE ALL PRISONERS
By Forbes W. Fslrbairs
Btaft CorrMpsadrat Cnlr3l Bwvlea
London, Jan. 10. Winston .Church-
Ill is busy completing arrangements
alnca It had to act hnrrUdlv. hut h by which England will shift the Irish
urges congress to repeal the law whloh government 10 uie executives o me
requires a return on the basis of that new man iree siais.
kind of a valuasJbo, All day the colonial minister held con-
; This valuaUon. he says, la only about ferences at Downing street and It was
one billion dollars leas than the total announced that 40.000 troops wttl be
book values. The Interstate commission withdrawn from Ireland within a month.
has bean at work several years on Tho majority of these wUl be sent to
-valuation work, but It tentative reports overseas garrisons,
-have been Issued tor comparatively few It was learned from a source close to
. roads, and these are to be fought Sir" Hamar Greenwood that the British
through the courts for years to coma government intends to release at once
., -tArilI. all Irish political prisoners now in jails
.JIJB1 IOtfliis in England, including Frank Fltsgerald,
The trouble with the railroaders. La brother of Desmond Fltxgerald, the Sinn
"Follette contends. Is their Insistence Fein minister of propaganda.
upon earnings baaed on inflated, valuea I xhia action has long been awaited by
He premises a speech this month in the relatives of the hundreds of men
which he will attempt to show that the who have been arrested in the past
Wages of railroad employes are rela- three yeara Hundreds of petitions have
-lively lower now than they were "at the been received at Downing street since
.beginning of the present century." th peace treaty was signed, urging
: J. A. Kmcry. counsel or. laa National Lamnesty.
'Association - of Manufacturers. Vice it is understood that Winston Church
President Atterbury of the Pennayl- m intends to Invite Arthur Griffith and
vanta, Howard. KUiott of the Northern I Michael Collins to London Immediately
Pacific, W. J. Hanrahan of tha Chess-I to discuss the best means for handing
; peaks ai Ohio, and J. A. Campbell of the I over the Irish government It Is learned
Youngstown Sheet Tube company, for I rellablv that the two leaders will be
the railroads and business interests;, J. made members of the king's Irish privy
. R. Howard, president of the American council for conduct of Imperial affairs
Farm Bureau Federation;. Gray- Silver affecting Ireland.
of th same organisation., and T.. C The king anticipates with eagerness
, Atkaeon, legislative re prescntaXlva of the opportunity of meeting them at the
'the National U range, were nameo - aa 1 first session or tn council.
among those engaged in the railroad
farmer combination. A. B. Hammond
of the Hammond Lumber company of
San Francisco 'was mentioned as one of
: the representatives of the lumbermen.
Emery. Atkeson snd Silver have been
appointed on a committee to rewrite the
tapper em ior rspeai ue . rw r. Halaey, Or, Jan. 10 Thomas Fleming
' (-llon of the transportation act. La '
Follette said. Senator Capper saya that Smith. II. last of a family of It children,
anyone who starts to rewrite his bill died at Albany, Or, Sunday. He first
with any substantial changes "will bearln t0 Oregon in 1S2, returning to his
Illinois home in 1866, where he married
Martha J. Patton in 1167. They moved to
Oregon for their permanent home In
Linn county in lrTa. He aerved one term
In the Oregon lerialature of 1895. Five
children, Alva N. Smith of Albany. Mrs.
Ma Uie Smith of Portland, Mra C W.
Gibson and Mrs. W P. Wahl of Halaey
and Nathan C. 8mlth of Aurora, survive.
He has been known as one of the best
farmers In this -section.
LET NEWBERRY QUIT
cuum tnai we aiuance omos ine uniwa unJer whlch they may be saved from
States to protect Uie Japanese mainland the BCrap heap and to pace.
eusva VvUMlKUWU vaaaaii ej vaaaassvraa ea svvaauw 1 (JrQQ USeS XX 113.
"seems to be so fuU of prejudice as to 5. Onna nn n.niiiiii m in " k-
threaten the great good that .might come ,imited t0 x lnchea and merchant ves
from elimination of misunderstanding." wm be so constructed aa to not be
capable of mounting guns of greater
,6. None of the signatory powers may
build fc-T other governments, whether in
or out of the treaty, ships exceeding in
tonnage or armament the figures laid
down in the treaty.
The last provision was designed to
overcome many objections that ship
yards ana shipworkers were doomed to
idleness under the cessation of building
originally proposed. The nations now
yet declared unconstitutional, waa vio- fP thelr. y"d and sorters W
T I if tnftV r0 n srr ths nnalnaaa end est- V a
r.T content that no outside nation is building
s vwwa Muyo raaeaa wcj VUCHlOvlfOS
BORAH TELLS SENATE
(Oonunued Fna Fas One)
through the use of money, the same is
void and the seat occupied by Newberry
should be declared vacant.
KEWBEBRT GITES "TDUD"
PLE5ABT SESSION LIKELY
.Two days was the informal time set
to a command to hold up his hand a re- A Harrison of Wilmlnrton. N. C of
plied : "Not on your life," and dropped having abused him (Harrison) and sent I "Sure I'll help !
oaca mm me oasement. tie waa re- him to the front without a gas mask. 1 uouaiy,
sponsible for the alarm being given. The 1 Holbrook denied all the charges of Har-
of the ooaters and literature la which
will appear ooospio-
Tichenor, with Patrolman
announced he wanted Hol-
Shaylor and others, went to the scene, brook summoned for cross-examination.
and in scouting the neighborhood came
on three men at Interstate avenue and
Lombard street. The gang ran as the
officers were sighted. Shots were fired
in the air and Inspector Tichenor suc-
SEEKS "HARDBOLLED- SMITH
Senator Watson (Dem Ga.). author
of te Investigation, declared at the out
set Chat an effort would be made to get
in touch with Frank H. (-Hard-Bolled-)
ceeded in catehlng one. who gave bis gnuth to clear up the fate of Benjamin
name as Amoa .4 one a ana appearea to
be about 23 years old.
To Be Invested in
Investment in apartment houses and
victim of a lynching bee at the famous
Rue 8t. Anne prison in Parts. Bmlth
la now supposed to be In the Mexican
"When soldiers were hanged In
The police lost the two others in the
FBIGHTEITED A WAT
- At the Mann grocery men answering
the same descriptions were reported to
have made an attempt at robbery. Two
of them stood on , the opposite side of I asked Colonel Walter A. Bethel,'
me Bireei wuuo a jjura enierea, one on I former adjutant general of the A. B. F,
wemg uie muruuer an employe ooiiea 1 "Tea, replied Bethel.
ior an inner oriice. "lne move rrlght- sa gny effort made to prevent news
n ri8 rfl A chaw of hangings getting to this country r
UUv ui. wo woi. u 1 asked Brandegee.
F. King, a Wilmington, N. C, soldier, oUier ntX tgu ln German dUe offers
li-??rYlg??-r'v 7." a fine field for speculation to Americans
who have a few dollars to trade for
German marks, according to Marvin
White, commercial lease broker, who
left today for Berlin as agent for a num
ber of local flrma White carries a let-1
Patrolman Madden reported that an
today for the consideration of the treaty P"""""" owner uewarea 10 nun a
i- ' T 1. . .vTI. small car containing four men drove
va-os ' ;rr: "rjr,.n-:."' alongside his auto at Union avenue and
trMf"? Be?:l Both British and Japanese delegations
aUy imrovncaser buicausl Ilfi? l?tZ if 7
..r,i Ri.nwin.n .n.tAr. w, w.ntwl January, the British Bailing from
several Republican senators who wanted
to vote for him. anyway, but were
alarmed about doing it in the absence of
Early Day Oregon
: from the farmers of Kansaa
"NEW HEAD OF IRISH
: REGIME PICKS Cll
(OaaumMd Fro Tm Dm)
, sion this morning. Oriffllh, speaking
' aa teader of the majority, answered De
: Valara's objection that the Dail could
"'not act. eave as the parliament of the
, Irish republlo by saying:
1 "We witl maintain- order and con-
Pah-Hellenic Ban On
U. of 0. Chapter Ends
New Tork and t&4 Japanese from San
The explanation offered for the
hiri; tT rrn rr change in plans was that the details
voting fof him.
Newberry personally made a better lm
that remain to be adjusted are too nu
merous fof quick settlement One of
pression than . was generally expected. I thin1 f ih Portion enve-vowr
speaker. That is one thing, vet con- f Ocationa, Another Is the Shantung
drove his machine toward the city.
Bald Heads, Cheer
Up j You May Renew
x Hirsute Vegetation
. ' . (Bj Uaitad Nswi)
wry . a a w m . . m
slderation of what h."actualV said, aueetlon. with wlfich Balfour is UTyi
which will go forward up to the time associated as one of the two 'Tnedi- if Cnicago, psfchologiet, sjakinF to
uie vote is uucen, uouDuess-wut aeatroy 1 . . . the Academy of Dental Science.
1.. .t- j i. 1 Jirn wt t ne npmr rirnfa a mnnpon i . .
u iM vi ui. uwbiui u " rr. , to renew hirsute vegetation on a
leeumony in uie case remains, una at- r'u LJu 1 u I wlnd-ewept pate," Estes said, "you must
icduod is Douna 10 De aireciear to uierci. wuai mu1.1uua.11j n vuiuuuu u u t ..tnni i f. ti'.m nw f
bald defense Newberry has made of his treaty prior to the meeting of the heads arink much w&ter. exercise freely, get
uuiupi utLrrci. i cei..u. jj r u-uo. Ireatl air. take care of your teeth.
100 MUCH, HE ADMITS. I IT I ln 1(an aeiegaies met Xne doctor ran fingers through bushy
Profession iimoranca hf what emwndi. ''f' 'a"5",? .V. 'V, "-"T V aymg
" . - . . . t r i DsrunenL laier fiuenea win meei tai
four, Kato, Sarraut and Schanser.
France, could any soldier have found out " l ,oc' """" "W1 "J
v w i.. fi ... i ter oi creeui ior i,ww.ww omus m"
muj no ww uiwi -T. I., .v . ..rh.nr. Is aaul.
alent to ttOOOr
As an example of the opportunities of
fered for investment White cited at
apartment house erected in Berlin In
1911 at a cost of $74,000 which he stated
could be purchased now for $2(00. Value
of this and other similar investments
would be contingent upon restoration 01
German finances to a normal baa la.
Whits also proposes to make purchases
of merchandise ln Germany and other
European countries, as agent for Ameri
can flrma He stated that be would be
gone about three months and would vis
it England, Holland. France. Italy and
other countries, besides spending consid
erable time at a world's trade exposition
to be held at Leipsie early In March.
Approved by Pans
ture was being made by his campaign
committee, Newberry said he was struck
with "amazement and regret" when he
learned that $195,000, at least, was spent
Too much for an ordinary campaign, be
said, but his was an extraordinary cam
The money in his view .was "necessari
ly spent" and he had ho apology to
make. In this defense of that Michigan
campaign, the Newberry senators will
find cold comfort before the people.
Newberry left many openings for dis
9,786,664 Trout Are
Planted in State in
1921, Says Warden
'I was once a nervous wreck, a bald
head, and a candidate for the cemetery.
but I started living naturally and eating
uncooked food, and behold!"
"No," replied Bethel
Bethel said that be did not think any
soldier was permitted to write home
about the death of any soldier.
By what authority did a court mar
tial order a man hanged Instead of
shot?" asked Brandegee.
Baaed on custom the articles of
war are silent on that. We followed the
British manual.'' replied Bethel.
Bethel revealed that he was responsi
ble for the reduction of sentence from
three years to II months ln the case of
Hard Boiled" Smith. I
THOUGHT IT ENOUGH
"I advised General Pershing I thonght
18 months was enough for the case."
Bethel, under cross-examination by
Watson, declared 8mlta was convicted
of numerous Outrages" and brutalities
against American soldiers.
When the committee resumed tnere
were halt a doaen witnesses on hand to
testify concerning the charges that have
been made against H. I Ople of Staun
ton, Vs.. that he shot down his own
men. Ople tearfully denied the charges
last week. He was accompanied today
by his counsel. Col. John H. Cutchina
At the Opening
of the Stock Formerly
Owned by the
5c to 50c Store
25 More Sale Girt
Paris. Jan. Id L N. 8.) A minis
terial council, under the chairmanship
of -Premier Millerand of France, held
here today, approved the proposal for
an Anglo-French treaty of alliance.
Minister of Finance Doumer, who
mm. from finiML ranorted on tha in
Charles B. Fox of Richmond, Va, cor- demnity negotiations conducted by Pre
mier Brtand at the supreme council
ro berated a story that had been prevt-
Test of Teachers'
Fund Law Planned
Altogether 9,784,664 trout were planted
Boise, Idaho, Jan. 10. Boise inde-
Comment in general I In the streams and lakes of the state tVw, or..t!H,MT,n nt h h.
Was that Senator Walsh Of Montana I dnrlnr tmmtlmr tn Oantaln a v. I ,. .1 . j 1 ...
? ?K? ISfiSSSSt Burghduff. state game-warden, in hi. legislature of 192L The district has
develop answers that were damaging ajrnended report to the state game com- asked that tha warrants be returned,
but most observers felt that Walsh did mlB8lon at Its regular monthly meeting which Boise teachers paid into the state
not place enough emphasis upon evidence Monday afternoon. fund from November salaries, as re-
whlch connects Newberry with knowl- Burghduff reported a most successful quired by the law. Mandamus proceed
ed (re ef what was going on in Michigan. I yr- or the year ending November 30. mgs will be brought against the district
Newberry was not asked about the use a total 01 z.vs.&i was taaen in to compel it to collect the percentage of
i?lT0ld 4ndvWJwm3plB h?wenie meeting. The cabinet approved M. Brl-
" i and s attitude.
"While I was hurling grenades," tea- London, Jan. 10. (L N. a) The p ra
tified Fox today, "I saw a runner ap- posal for a concrete alliance between
d roach Major Ople. I couldn't hear the England and France binding the two
words, but I saw Ople puu nis gun ana i countries to mutual military protection
shoot him. . I has been turned down by the British
The boy whirled his hands around in I cabinet. It was reported this afternoon.
the air and felL I The report was not officially confirmed.
"A sergeant. I think his name was I at the reaueat of Premier Lloyd
Klnr. asked me: THd you see thatr in Georra members of the cabinet forward
a short time the whole company knew ed their views regarding ths Question of
of it and it didn't - come through me. British guaranteeing France against un
Unlvenrttr of Oregon. Eugene. Jan. 10.
, tlaoe the Dail until the people have de- 1 Ths Oregon chapter of Gamma Phi
, De Valera insisted upon knowing local Pan Hellenic council Monday. The OI nw account nor aoout nis evas- jo , uuuBai ob oi uua i wages from each teacher, which la one
; whether UrlffUh would act as Preel- I sorority had been banned from the or- lv replies to an editor and to the Meu- 55.So6.20 remained as profits. This half-of one per cent of the annual sal
dent of the Irlah nepoblle., gan nation because of an alleged breach 'enn' fOTrnop of ,.Michir;f who amount added to the balance of last Throughout the state compliance
. "I shall bdld the same powers aa were I in rushing ruiea it was aectaea mat tne , . ' v" "r . . V, "1 1, " .,"Jm I with the law has been opUonti.
' seM by my preaecessor; mr. ae valera, i penalty naa oeen maae uirougi a mis-i - - " - " i - "
...in it,. Tri.h ttm Ktata nffiet.iw undratandliir The aororitv la still un-1 FAILS TO DISATOW ACTS were made for game law violations.
tfitii txin " taniM ririMih I der tha rule of the national Pan Hellenic I vi.ini. n-, jti I There were S694
rwntia tinMm. iK fm Wrvhi. I which nrohlblta from pledging girls until .. .f hi. ..i,..! m. and a total of $1720 paid in bounties.
' sand tn heated exchans-ea I next fall. . them dm-tna- tha Mmnin. nn h. Of the trout released there were 6,448,
111.. .,.1 f- r-.w r,.. I s , i . i ,i- e., .h.T-, 1 724 rainbows, 3.170.740 eastern brook.
of -using black and Un metboda- He HKATT FKSALTT FIXED On the contrary, he saya the expend- J300 llacK "potted and S82.000 eteel Jean H. Reid. 18, Portland; Ray E.
charged the Cork adherenu of De Va- MUwaukle Jan. lOi Paul Loecher. on w "necaseary" and the money, Jrmg the year a total of 20,- Schick, 21, Oakland, Cal.. and Hen-
lera wUh compelling the Cork Examiner charges of moonahining. was fined S&00 however much it was. however and 201-02 e9 Ttn taken by the de- rietta Herman, 28. Bend. Or. ; J. J. H ar
te publish a political proclamation. and sentenced to serve CO days in Jail I wherever spent, was spent by high-mind-1 P"? numDer i ba Anderson, 44. Port
"game birds released 1 OUTER HARBIAGE L1CEKSES
Vancouver, wash., Jan. 10. The fol
lowing marriage licenses' were issued
Monday: Clarence W. Hudelson, 24, and
Speaking on the motion to elect him by Judge Perry.
Only few days
ed gentlemen for the noble purpose of 1 12,718,150 were rainbow egga
electing him to the senate.
The. serial lobby was strongly repre
sented in the galleries and Newberry
was surrounded by a friendly audience,
anxious to give him the benefit of every
doubt to Justify its friendliness.
From a purely partisan standpoint.
Democratic senators are '-rather pleased
than otherwise over the prospect that
i Newberry is to keep his seat. They be-
Usve this means that several Kepubu-
Health Official to
Ask Inquiry Into
High Food Prices
land; William Stephen. 23. and Betty
McBeth. 11. Portland; Irving M. Rleta,
25, and Lena Jensen, 23. Vancouver.
Wash.; William Keller, 23, and Linda
Smith, 20, Portland; Wayne A. Scott.
23, and Dorothy M. Chtmpan, 19, Cor
vallls. Or.; William Barth. 27, and Lor
alne Pilgrim, 19, Portland; James E.
Jackson. 41, and Lucia E. Henderson.
45, Bend. Or. ; Eugene Pouchet. 41. and
DON'T TELL EVERYTHING
! ' JCuJ-fS Wallace Reid "frl lit
teen it and
Salem. Jan. 10 The cattle woducer TosePhlne &R a. Portland.
can senators win bite tae oust next I gets less payment for his "'"" now
November because of Newberry. If I than in 1915. yet the consumer navs
24 Newberry were thrown ' out, he would I more for hiav meat. Market reports of
K I disappear ae an issue. 1 1915 and 1922 show this to be a fact.
Indications are that not over 42 or 43 The state board of health, in session
votes will be cast against Newberry, I here today, will consider a resolution
Including seven or eight Republican sen-1 which calls for an investigation of this
Atom-"" I economic perplexity which works to the
The man who waa to find the funds 1 disadvantage of the wage-earner.
for the Newberry campaign I care not I "Undernourishment means disease and
whether, he went into aafea in Detroit or I poverty; the - health of the community
Into safes la New Tork city was New-1 must be guarded," said a board mem-
berry' tea confidential agent, Fred P. I ber, who will present a resolution ask
ing an investigation uy district attor
neys, grand Juries or other official bodice.
Woman Is Burned
To Death in Home
By Two Burglars
Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 10 L N.
S.) Mra Myretta Woods, 40, wife of O.
R. Woods, deputy Internal revenue col
lector, was burned to death late yester
day in her room at the Pauline apart
ments. Two bandits are said to have
entered the apartment, attacked Mr. and
Mrs. Woods and after a desperate strug
gle Woods was knocked unconscious.
provoked attack ln the future.
Town in Sicily
Messina. Italy, Jan. 10. I. N. S.
A tremendous landslide occurred today
at San Fratello. Sicily. The population
of 6000 has fled from the town. The
cathedral, the poetoffice building and
the municipal hall were destroyed.
Brass PBorx fatal
Ceo trails. Wash., Jan. 10. As a result
of burns suffered in an accident while
mDlmrtd for the Lathroo Brothera Ijo-
bound with an electric light cord and I g-tng company. W altar Bryant, aged 11.
locked In a closet. HI ted at his home in Ten! no Sunday. He
Mrs. Woods was bound and gaggea I was burned while firing a donkey
and thrown on a bed which was set on
fire. Other tenants ln the apartment
building discovered the tragedy when
smoke waa discovered Issuing from the
Woods apartment. Investigation later
showed that Mra Woods clothing and
the bed on which she lay were saturated i
with benzine. Woods was arrested and
U being held by the police, who are
questioning him closely regarding mat- j
ters Hfi"g up to the tragic aoair.
Apply Between 830 and
9 o'Clock Wednesday
OUO Below B'dVy
MADE MAN "
7 A WE TDUVC
iTvftoaT LJUUa UIUjI a)
-rug utrr va ik
14 I Smith,- Borah continued.
Coapon Book f5J5 for $5.00
Ta i m CUM louca wun Mevoanr p u un
v j vary hour the returns of the primary
as wpu w anus an.
U JjPKJJIAttT MORE JMPOBTAinP
K j tha, principle Involved In the aacredness
and purity of the primary and the ballot
bog than I am In the mere question as
to who is to sit here, aa the Junior sen
ator from' Michigan.
- "We shaB opea the doors ef the sen
ate to mnlimlted mad undefined
tna tf w penalty maw's family, friends
and agents to finance and control us
election aa s sens tee while he Is absent
from his. state, or while he is touring
Europe, or .sojourning ta Florida or Kew
xont Mty.- - v , , , - .
- ; rraara cam be so bobb that Hewoerry
koew large sums were to be spent to se
cure his election. His himself mentioned
S50.000 as a sum which he and his own
campaign macager figured would have
to be epeat Is support of his candidacy."
Newberry waa absent from the senate
daring Borah's attack moon. him.
A. charg that tha "only scandal that
Of All Liquor Will
Wastdngton. Jan. KL U. P.) Pur
chase by the government et all Bqnor
supplies In the country win be
mended to President Harding soon by
the Joint congruawinnal cwimrdttoo ea
The plan Is to have XTncle Earn buy
all the liquor now tn bonded warehouses.
It totals about 15,600,000 gallons and
could be bought, tt la estimated, for
150,000,000. The treasury would quickly
get back this money end more, the com
mittee thinks, by the sale of t.OOe.OOO
gaOons far medicinal pui iiukjs at SU
This is less than tax-paid
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