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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL
TUESDAY JANUARY 17. 1922,
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of approximately e5o.0 had been soli
and that If th Irreducible Biimmmw
fond provided by th founders t th
aaaodatioa had bm irlT' it woo Id
now amount t anproxlmater I1M.00O.
Speakers at Us meeting Monday after
boos iimiamnt th bltf that the nee
of th money from this fond for the
retirement of bonds u a notation of
th law of the atata and of tha bylaws
of tba association.
Fred ! Olson, attorney, proposed to
tha lot owners that each purchaaer should
eoatrtbta to a fond to be Inverted for
the perpetual maintenance of the ceme
tery aad that the price of remaining
Ul It - - ' - - - a riiwKU tnm mHvIhiI fM4
Irreducible Olson alao asked for a rote of confidence
Bpkeep oil in the administration of W. M. Ladd,
will be I bnt withdrew his motion after consider-
V ItsssUbllshmeot of an
maiateaaaee fend for the
arana In Rlwrvtaw cemetery
one of the first problems confronting the I able discuss Ion on the part of members.
pew board of directors of tba ommry I RESOLUTION ADOPTED
aeaoetatioa, aceordtnf to a reeoisuon
adopted at a meeting of lot owners,
held Monday afternoon at Library
ban. Tba resolution alao pro
vides that tha Kate lettslatura bo asked
to restore the law governing the irre
daclbl fund as It was prior to amend
ments made at the 121 session.
CHURCH IS HELD
TO BE ONLY HOPE
OF WORLD PEACE
Presbyterian field day was observed
Sunday by hundreds of: Presbyterian
of the city. Eight pulpits were occupied
by a team of leading Presbyterians who
rial ted the city with Dr. Henry C
Swearingen of St. Paul, moderator of
the general assembly of the denoml'
A general mass meeting: was
The resolution providing for the re
establishment of the maintenance fund
waa presented by J. N. Teal and was
ft rmr4 mm trilfmtm
That the principle of an Irreducible I naUon
fund whose Income shall be used In the I also: held in the First Presbyterian
.l...1? JTL.Vt I church Sunday afternoon, at which Dr.
eeis) smivfww Wmm mw waesM esNw u avuj
Ti nit. t9 mtnrmr we-Vtif ana K7 .u. aewi - v I W Tf Nnwnt r1-!M-f
ee r Kee a4 Ks I W Mt IVt UC(UVU I
Vn. mtoV W. L ZZjrVZl church is the onlyvoptimistic in-
- es.e.rvaa -- sr IIWUUVWU Ml 147 BMIKLPO 1X19 I ... , . - aa
M Ladd. 'president of the association. I m4 nnancei of the cmm-iery as to create I t"ution la the world Just now." der
waft nrSSHnt. SHd CSmS Itt IOr a Snare I ,, . f-A at fh. all.at rwtealHt at. I ..lain rt SI.M.. 1trnnn TViK.-
of the criticism levelled J" sufficient in amount to achieve this re- pu.hTtri-n chn.n stundav niebt.
boards of trustees for alleged mlsman- ault; ud prOTid(.d further that thTlaw PresbTterlan cinrch Sunday night
asement of the finance of the aaaocia- prOTnnK tor creation and mainte- '"Some others are whistling to keep up
tion. Ladd has! beena "r nance of an Irreducible fund should be their courage, but the church really be-
fcAard nt trustees since the association .-iia rmA i am .ha.
was organised in IMS, and has beenthe amendment of section 7037 of ths ln note of hope. Business
preeidMtt ot the board for the last re Oregon laws by the legislature of 1921. j languishes, politics is confused and dt
yeera. I and that bylaws In accordance with said I nlomacv is afraid of Its shadow. No
HOT AWAIE OF STATtS I act before it. said amendment and with 0n6 appears to know Just what is going t'ZZJZ; Tl.Zl
SI LSrSJS Wl' -oa"on to happen. Everybody ia waiting to Monday afternoon. Jo! .
Two Boys Confess
Four burglaries perpetrated ln Port
land recently were cleared up by In
spectors Coleman and Collins Monday
who say- they obtained confessions from
Russell Cornelius." 14 years old. CS5
Savier street, and Jack Majors. 13 years
old. 364 Nineteenth street, who admitted
prowling the places. Walter Brown, age
1, 384 Nineteenth street, admitted hav
ing accepted some of the stolen prop
The most recent of the burglaries waa
at the A. H. Bottemlller store, 7S7 Thur
man street which the boys entered late
Saturday night and obtained IS and a
number of watches and flashlights.
Other burglaries to which they con
fessed were Wilson's cafeteria, 77
Upshur street ; C A. Hinman pool hall.
792 Thurman street, and the Ideal
theatre. Twenty-fourth and Thurman
streets. Considerable stolen property
IN CONTROL PLAN
FOR PINE BEETLE
Pioneer and Civil
War Veteran Dies
The Dalles, Jan. 17. Funeral services
- vi. 1 mAA aald that I
r; T.f.t tH. u. adopted tbereunder.'
m.iiam'. fin.fiMi until 'Aueust. 1921.1
aw? urKTt. Cue Expert Fails
anneal meetings tn uie P- 1 m 1 j. X
300 'lot owners were present at the Fq POCKet LlOUOT
annoal meeting January f. when reports J-W A UUJVCb AJllUUA
en the condlUon of the association were
presented by a committee of memoersi MUo Condon, local billiard champion
see wnat wm taxe place. But tne cnurcn years old. enlisted ln tha UnlAn a t
is confident and assured. It knows It th. K, ot 17 years and fought beside
nos uie uiwMis u nvnv icuucs. " i nis tamer in tne t-ivu war. He was
knows its teachings contain tne soiu- I one of the oldest members of J. W. Nes-
tion of the world's problems. Tne l mlth post No. 32, G. A. It, and his
church ia a pretty good Institution to death leaves only 12 members in that
hold to and support Just now." I organisation. He came to The Dalles
Speaking at Westminster Presbyterian I ln 1878. With two brothers, he was e li
the board of Home Missions, declared
that "the rest of the world Is watching
America with breathless interest."
"What will guarantee it against ag-
1904. Three daughters survive. Joles
was one of 12 brothers, two of whom
and TbyStrW McauVhtoa T The who waa arrWteTat the Salto Ward hDttrch 8nM mornIn Dr" J" Mar- gaged in the grocery business here for
lnr..ntedMd ordered placed m.?Z J" onii of New York, general secretary of years. His wife died in Portland ln
en file at the MJoum me.uOB I dispose of a small quantity of liquor in
, ... mimrtmA ta fin va-l hl Possession at the time, according to
wJ riti. 4..th nd I testimony in municipal court Monday
-T'- . 1 A.V1n. ,. If V. m)of
reaignauon. C. iienn fcooe. , .vl I hViVehi madiv tn t7phnn KrVh gression on our part," he asked. "Not
. T. ' 'km, lf, Uur touring wealth, for that is a threat
lor nine years i n i --,
Loeivm wr t m-rr wrm, mo irai - "J" Ba,w I rrat mannower or our mechanical and
W. Mutkey for a three-year terra. A him pouring It out. after taking a small M',5?. tI?K S
.... i. ,. .un. . ..... . organising genius, not the restless and
Uon. Holdovsr members of the board court. He was fined $10 for violating !iL L?
: are H. L. Corbett, r. M. warren ana v.. the prohibition ordinance.
M. Hurgtna. Retiring members are w.
- M. Ladd, W. R. Macksnsle and C. H.
qCXSTIOW LEGAL KIGHT
The chlf criticism directed against
Ladd and other trustees called into
auMtlon Uielr'leaal rtcht to use money
from tne irreoucioie mainienance reno.
provided by a reservation of SO per
Klamath Falls. Jan. 17. The control
plan adopted for the war to be waged
on the pin beetle this season, as the
result of the congressional . appropria
Uon of 3150.000. and which win include
1,200,000 acres In Southern Oregon and
Northern California, waa announced
Monday here by J. F. Kimball, local
The plan provides for a division oi
the territory into three distinct areas.
each to be under the personal super
vision of J. F. Kimball, representing pri
vate owners ; F. P. Keen, representing
the bureau of entomology, and W. Q.
Durbin, representing the forest service.
PROVIDES COKTKOL BOARD
The tree area beads will constitute a
board of control and will have control
of the administrative work while the
technical end will be left to the bureau
of entomology, which evolved the con
trol plan in a preliminary surrey last
Preliminary to the actual work, which
will start about March 20, the bureau of
entomology will conduct here a school
for the training of the large force of
men to be placed in the field. Workers
will fell and burn beetle-infested trees.
At a meeting Monday of the Klamath
Lake Counties Forest Fire association.
C H. Dagget succeeded C L. Gilham
as vice president. The association will
be succeeded February 2 by the Klam
ath Forest Protective association, which
will represent local timber interests in
dealing with the government In . pin
beetle control matters, i J..' :
In' orransatlon f or th parpos of
financing lumbermen aad. providing an
outlet forJ tha Umber- cut oc a- nrge
number of the smaller mills of this dis
trict itrobably wm be established bee
by th California-Oregon Lomberm'a
dub. whlcn naa lor its memDera bwwh
of 24 sawmills. Tb plan evolves tn
establishment of a Belling agency by
th Forest Products company ot Port
land, and th - financing by credit
agencies ot warehouse receipts issued
against lumber in pU by the Lumber
men's Warehouse At Storage company
of Portland, the paper to b redeemed
when the lumber ia sold.
TO OTEKCOXK DIFTICFLTTES
It la believed the plan will overcome
th difficulties now standing tn th way
of th smaller mills of this district, and
that It will aid materially, in increasing
the lumber output
8400,000 Issue of ;
Road Bonds .Taken
On Basis of 100.06
A crew ot 30 men is establishing camp
preparatory to construction work at
Copco, Siskiyou county, which will in
clude the installation by th California
Oregon Power company of an additional
generating unit in the power plant and
the raising of th Copco dam 14 feet.
Installation of the machinery means the
repair ot the 13-mile spur to Thrall aad
the employment of a crew of ISO men
through the remainder of the year. The
machinery Is being Installed as an emer
Dies at McMinnville
McMlnnvlDe, Jan. 17. ATirlck Erick-
son. student at Llnfleld college, died at
the hospital here Sunday, following
second operation for appendicitis. He
was ln his Junior year. The body i
taken to his home at ML Vernon. Wah
by his mother end sister. The young
student waa preparing, to become a medi
cal missionary. A brief service was held
at the Baptist church Sunday.
- L Grand. Jan. 17 A Joint Ud by
th Lumbermen Trust company of
Portland, the Ralph Sch nee loch company
of Portland, th National City ompaay
f New York and th Security Tnt dt
Savings company ot Seattle for 100,000
issue of road bonds of Union county was
accepted by the county court Monday.
Tb bid entered by th successful bid
ders waa on a basis of ISO. OS with K
per cent interest.
The bonds are serial, with an average
Ufa of 9.3S years, and tb saving to tb
county by accepting tb bid decided oa
waa 32430 over the next beet bid.
All bids entered were at Interest rate
of SU and SH per cent aad the basis
oa which they were bid varied from
100.00 to 10L789. Bids oa a similar Issue
ot bonds last summer resulted in a high
bid of 4.2 by th Ralph Bchneeloch
Two Portland Auto
Lines Get Permits
With Foreign Forts, : ;
Urged at Luncheon
Reciprocal trad relations with farelgm .
porta and closer cooperatm within U
Port ot Portland were emphasised as au
Important at tb f orelg trade day meet-. .
ing held la connection with the seesnbera
forum luncheon of the Cat giber t
Commerce- at noon Monday. v .
Speakers at th meeting were Gear re
M. Vinton ot the Vinton company. IL K.
Grieve of the Ocean Trading ceeapeay.
E. H. Parker of tb MatehaU-Weue
Hardware company. J. Nakagawa of -Susurki
Col. Frank Ransom, Alfred A."
aji lira sv omol' mtmjar wv
wals of tb United State eagle sers gav .
a brief descripUoa of present day Ut
la Interior Alaska.
The membership of the Chamber stood
for on minute at the beginning of the
luncheon, la silent tribute to Xr. J. H. ;
Salem. Jan. 17 The first permit cov-
ring the ope ratios ot commercial auto
mobile and trucks in uregon. unoer in
act of th special session, was Issued to
the Poruand-Neaberg Stage company oi
Portland by tb publle servloa commis
sion Monday. Tne company operates six
stages between Portland and McMinn
vlUs via Kewberg. Permit No. 1 went
to the PortlaAd-Hlllaboro-McMlnnvlUe
Stage company ot Portland, operating
14 stages between Portland. Hillaboro.
Forest Grove.. TambiU. Carlton and McMinnville.
P5ECM0XIA 15 BAKER
Baker. Jan. 17. Doctors of the city
report that pneumonia is prevalent, with
six serious cases at present.
Boycotted lor Cut
In Bread; Go Lower '
Aberdeen, Wash-. Jan. 17. Rrd
sold for 7 rents a loaf Monday by atarr
Brother of Astoria. They opened a
cash and carry store here Satarday and -pot
the price of a la-eemt loaf of breed,
at I refits. All other bread sellers pr
teted to the bakers and alarr Brothers
r boycotted ty tn oaaera. snm
theo wee orderea from Seattle by ex
press and the price cut to 7 cents. .
TAKES KELSO PASTOKATK
Kelso. WuL. Jan. 17. Rev. F. Clan 4
Stephens, former pastor of th Kelea.
Christian church, has takes lb local
pastorate, coming here from. Klickitat
county. The local church has launched
an aggresstv campaign of rural rU-
gious work along with th regular
Funds Raised for
undertake any adventure under the sun.
An these are temptations rather than
restrictions. The one guarantee is our
Christian character, the extent to which
we are going to stand on Christ's plat
form of love and confidence and unsel
fish service. Without this treaties be
come scraps of paper and diplomacy a
t. it . ..-- i E&rae oi tunning. puiiuiu
, . f 'A VVUIUUUCQ i-l Mill 1 t 1 . in
(V. .ik vr j I economic urucr uliuiui va wiujuui
cent of th purchase price of lota, for business houses in Freewater soliciting cna5acfr' and rellgrlon ta tte character
etner man wwihki yUi. 1 izao rrom each ror tne purnose of build-
shown in a report Died by otrong to fc community house. In two hours
Mciseoinion ucu' ?M 17000 was raised. Tentative nlana al- 1 T T7i. A J.
1111.000. doe W. S. Ladd. u. w. uorneni- w... , tv K.7nj. I lill'.M.I V KI.KI M.IIN HnK
. m t m I n-a Mi e as. a UO 1UltUltlS I bbbbbI w v w W Wa Mray SHanM
aira iisnry -'"". r win be a two story structure, which will
several years ago by money taken from hoVM the city council, library. Women's
,r L j .S TTTT-tl ..VT1 Civic club and Commercial club.
inonxu un nanus wi nvi umvu uuui
The eemetery association owns approx- T)n ooDn rPOT f f i f
hnaUly 110 acres of land, of which about A ttOOrjlltOI 1 alliU
ISO acres nave been piattea xor cemetery i w i i m
A eortlon of the property un-l rrnn IRITIS I ifrnSlfiRrP.n
pom Is Ttliw4 at $245,000 ; there are re
SLEDS for Boys and Girls Various Styles and Sizes Lowest Prices Fifth Floor.
A request for rates of one cent a
mile for delegates to conventions ot
veteran associations to be held in Pa
cific Coast cities in August was ordered
forwarded to the railway traffic offi
cials now in session ln Chicago by the
malnlng unsold cemetery lots valued at Preliminary consideration of North-1 locaI, veterans or foreign wars in a
aaoe .ml tha aaaMiatiaa noma urnri. western naaaenrer trarnn nrnnirmn vi oikuue uuiiuajr msuu iin couywuuu.
ties valued at MO.000. making total given at the monthly meeting of the included tn tne request are : veterans ox
its to the value of IS70.000, according North Pacific Coast Passenger assocla- Foreign wars, beatue; spamsn-Amer-
to the report of Strong A MeNaughton. I Uon ln Victoria. B. C, Saturday, accord- lean War Veterans, Los .Angeles, and
Current debts of the association amount I Ing to R. H. Crosier, assistant general Disabled Veterans association. San jrran-
to about 11000. I passenger agent of the S. P. & a, who! Cisco. The request was telegraphed by
It was shown that lots to th value attended the meeting. JJ, w. Jones, vice commander. '
Reductions That Average 50 and More
on Certain Items in Practically All
the 100 Meier & Frank Departments
Look for the
HALF PRICE DAYS
In Which We Offer Thousands of Wanted Things for Person and Home
While Quantities Last at Average Half Price and Some Less Than Half
Our Regularly Lower -Than -Elsewhere Pre-January Sale Pricings
Running through the telephone cord
are a number of delicate, flexible wires.
"Kinks' are formed when this cord is
allowed to become twisted, and some
of these wires may be bent or broken.
"This means a noisy" telephone
line. You cannot hear or be heard as
well. In fact, a twisted cord may;
cause a complete interruption of your
Keeping the telephone cord straight
will give you greater satisfaction in the
use of your telephone.
(CONTRACT LINES AND GROCERIES EXCEPTED)
Half-Price Items on Sale Tomorrow and Balance of Week
While Lots Last New Values Added Every Day
Are Establishing New Value Records This Fourth Week
Our Windows Tell the Story
Our Values Double Tell It
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES