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THE OREGON DAILY JOURIIAU FOItTLAIID, OREGON
TUESDAY. JAliUAKY 17. KI1
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Mexican Eevolution ...
Burning Out, Says
Lincoln Steff ens
its for ain etwet eoastrue-
street impro iotas ut proj-
eeta, aasountlna; to UMn. n de-
dared dw Mi aTornlaaT sad aatered la
th lien docket by George R. Punk, city
eee-Bor, Against tb property involved.
fwiaoilr wntrt have'ssttl Jtnun
T to par the mii wtthewt In
teres, After that data It bears inter
eet aad rtbruaxy II t-come 4a
- linaaaat, Tb city win then tart pro
eediAa'S to foeeeloeo on the property
t -uiafy th uma
The iothU for streets arc for
th dkktrtct sasrevrnneet of Mover and
rerlaadee Mmti, tma.SO; Woodward
kftm from Grand t MUwaakt ave
rfoe, irT.0t6.ll ; Kberret a Ten da, from
ElcttU to Ninth street, $2441.70 ;
Morrti. street, from East Sixty -eighth
U Seventieth street, tUS,tt; Killings
verfn .fMM, from Willamette boule-'
. vara to Utorstato avenue. i.t.t-.0,
' end East Twenty -second street, from
" Wygaat to Alberta street, mak
' Ing a total of fl03.IU.lt for street Im-
The sewer assessments are for the
Mwer In. Liberty street, from East
. Tw-ty-alata street 1.0 feet west,
) U4I Jo ; Kast Eighth street, from Web-
eter to Wygaat street f 1711.CZ : Stanton
street, from East Sixty-eighth street
1 4i feet west, im.lv; Bryant street.
- f rem East Thirteenth to Seventeenth
i Street, SUU.0 ; East Sixth street, from
. Alaewevth sreoae to Portland boale
' vert. $207.11 Inland street, from East
i TRlrteeath to East Twenty-second street.
'tOllit: Campbell street, from Pott-
. land booWrara ltd feet sooth. IM4.I0;
Us East TamhUl and Eightieth afreet
. I trunk system. $1(14.10. and the sower in
.i Eaat Twenty-third street, from Alns
' werta ts Dekum avenue. li-M-lO.
Careful analysis of reyoretiooary
ts ' throe ebout the world r
approximately vnlferas kleats of
according to Lincoln stex-
tens, who delivered a lecture on the
benaftctsl effect as uprisings la Raawta.
Mexico, India and China before an au
dience which filled the auditorium of
the Labor teapte Monday night. Stof
feas left today for Mexico to study eoo
aomie and industrial oondiUona.
The Mexican revolution ts practically
a burned-out crater, aceordtnr to 8tef
feas, and Its benefits to the people of
that country rapidly ars becoming ap
parent In a wen-ordered government es
tabltsbad on damoi iilln prim Uitee The
soviet government In Russia Is working
out its problems satisfactorily to the ma
jority of the people, he stated, and with
th adoption ef reform now dor way
wold meet the approval of Eerepeaa
aad AflMrteaa statesmen,
Etatteao is national secretary of a
Has si in reSet easoctetion wmea Is eo
Opera Una with Herbert Hoover and tao
United States go inmost in landm aa
stetaaoe to tao famine stricken distrieta
of Southera and Central Russia. The
oountrr la rapidly recovering from ths
cbasa aad poverty which were the chief
boritam from too on Eire and win event
ually tax its plat among the Croat
commercial nations of ths world, taolao-
tarer declared. -
About a year ar Mayor Baker for
bad tao as of Tm Aodltortom for a
lector by Buttons, and be talked at
Colombia baa onder rotaetloa of
eoort order. No attempt was made by
the mayor to interfere with the lecture
lfondar aicht. aneardms? to offKlsIs of
tao Central Labor council, under whoa
aospieea a appeared.
6I8L VffllPPED BY Wi? 'Hs-X qbsetved. City GOtUWlBIAIUfflDLY pSSf?3L
HER STEPMOTHER, May Contributions Are Made Rl 1 INPi V1TH IP.F vjWedBesday
: aiBt om cohmicctiow or
' VOCE S1DKWALK JOBS ARVEV
f Bids for the constniotloa of sidewalks
', en four oast side streets wer asked for
! this assrainc ny Oeorge R. Punk, city
' a editor. The bids will be opened at 10
e'eieck oa the meralng of January 25.
f frees MUwaokio to East Fifteenth
street : Oatmaa avenue, from Liberty
t taratoga stmt; tb west bait of
) IQast Tafrty-tkird slrt. from Mason to
) Shaves street, aad Fifty-ninth avenue
( southeast, from IVty-second to Sixtieth
' stroeC '
1C1X EV BRAD VTORKB IS
TO BB COMPLETED SOOX
As sooa M the weather mod orate, the
finishing work oil) bs don on th Ball
Hon head works, Frank Randlett, chelf
; rhtlaoar of too water bureau, said this
vnth tbo axeeption of lining tb canal
' walla from th Intake to the screen
, bouso, painting and installation of pipe
: raitlsg, tb bead works are completed,
; he said. Freeiln weather at ntgbt
prevents th appiicalon of finishing
' coat of both gustt and paint.
BAJIB t;BRD WR09GLT
fa 0 reoent news Item discussing the
' withholding of a license to porat a
eaaaory at 1451 Fiftieth stmt southeast
th bam of C W. Tyler was srroneous
ty asod la place of Bradley A Doty.
' TyWr. who owns adjacent property, was
en at tbo thief objector.
Of Locir Chamber
- Five pyemlant wonlgrowrra and mer
rhaats war rest of honor at a spe
al dinaor given by the Chamber of
Oeansaaro Moaday evening. Ten Tort
land aaa war present for the dinner,
wMcb was presided over by C C Colt.
The guests were Crawford Moore, John
Van Denser. W. ffeott Anderson. R. A.
Tan larklla and liarry McCoon. prob
lem of the woolgrowera wer discussed
st tb dinner.
l.J.i 1 :
cultural BToana. If tbo federal
board bad comprehended tbo needs of
farmer finance Th fact is tb War
Finance corporation baa don soma won
derful thing for which tb farmers la
those sections of tbo country which have
been helped will b everlastingly grate
ful and tbo praise of Eugene Meyer Jr.
head of tbo finance corporation, are
loudly sung In the North, East, South
aad West, wbenver timely financial aid
has been extended through the finance
Th agricultural bloc arrucs that wbea
th crisis came nobody on the federal
reserve board seemed to realise what
a terrible blow was neing nanaea the
farmer. If there had been a man on
ths board experienced in agricultural
way this might not bar . happened.
Men on the board had dealt with th
farmers through their banking experi
ence, but the agricultural bloc contends
that the farmer viewpoint hould have
been obtained from th other aid of
tb loan counter.
This much Is admitted by administra
tion officials, tbo crisis might nave been
better handled if the government bad
known then .what It known now about
the farmer finance. Preatdsnt Harding
is not unarm pathetic with tao wishes of
the agricultural bloo that a farmer be
appointed to tb federal reserve board.
tt nas indicated tnat b will pick a
farmer next time. This mean ungues
Uouably that ba will fin the next va
cancy "from ' th agricultural sectlftn
of th country this geographical limita
tion id tb president's idea of tb way
th ataiut should read, bat" senators
have pointed out to him that tb present
act specifies that men of banking ex
perience shall b selected, aad they pro
poeo that la amandlng tb act tbo presi
dent shall be required to select tha board
from ths Industrial, commercial aad ag
ricultural sections of tb country aad
that the words "banking experience be
eliminated. Otherwise they will Insist on
th phrase "of farming experience."
CLASS 8T8TIM FXABJCD
Tb opponents of tbo plant to specify
Just what class tb federal reserve board
shall b drawn from say that If farm
era are mentioned them will be prece
dent for a demand for laborers, grocers,
merchants, wholesale and retail, and so
on through th list of trades and busi
nesses. The compromise will be to nam
geographical sections of th coup try. In
dustrial, commercial, agricultural, and
ths Informal assurances given by Presi
dent Harding will be sufficient to satis
fy th agricultural bloo, at least until
th next vacancy occurs, when they
probably will exert pressure to have a
farmer appointed to th board.
Roe Xunamaa, wife of a Moro, Or.
trace man. who ZO years aco was
-hired glrr la tbo bom of Mr. and Mrs.
UK. Moor at Mora, was called to th
witness stand ta Circuit Judr Tasweirs
court tbia morning" as th first wltuea
for Greta I Thompson, daughter of L
K. Moore by his first wife, who is at
tampttea; to break bar father will and
prevent bis entire estate from going to
her stepmother, Mrs. Jessie Elrod Moor.
Mrs. Kunsman stated under tbo di
rect examination of Dan Malarkey of
counsel for Greta, that Jasat Elrod, th
oooad wife, whipped Greta savaraly
when tha family lived ia Moro.
rwooMi you call them "oeatinrs.' as
eoansel for Grata does, or would yon
can then whippings'." K. V. Uttlefieid.
attorney for Jessi Elrodj aakad oa cross
il would call them saafimra. said
6h testified that en two or three oe.
caaiona aha hold Greta whil Mrs. Moor
Tt-r act wita a strap or switch.
AFEAXD OV 9ABJK
Eh declared that aba bad fc-nnwn vn
Moor to tl a towel over th giri
mouth ao that th neighbors could not
nor acre ma when ah was whiened.
Greta was It years old. She testi
fied that Grata waa mortally afraid of
mo oars ana tnat Mrs. Moor used this
mean of Punishment. Eha would
send Grata out of the house at night or
down la tb basement. At such times
Greta would "scream aad boiler. aha
Malarkey declared la his oneame ar-
roment Moaday that this fear of ths
dark waa duo to a pre-natal mark, left
when Greta's mother waa alone on th
homestead while Moor worked in town
at his trade of carpenter.
Mm Kunsman said she did not re.
member walking- past th basement
window dressed as a ghost when Greta
waa there la the dark, at the request of
Mrs. Moor, Malarkey asked her If
ah did not recall telling that story to
people for whom she worked at Wash
ougal several years later.
She replied that ail these things hap
pened to years ago aad she could not
TELLS OF TTHIPMSG
Mrs. Kunsman worked for the Moores
one year. During that time, she said,
sh went wtth them on a vacation trip
to Cascade Locks. While there, she re
counted, Mrs. Moore came to her with
Greta and said:
Rose, come with us." , Then she led
us about a half a mile from camp. She
had me hold Greta's hands behind her
while she tied. them with something she
bad brought along. Then she whipped
her. I don't know what she whipped
her with: probably a littl switch abe
had picked up."
Th witness claimed that abe did, not
know the reasons for most of these
whippings, fibs thought Greta a quiet
girl aad aa well behaved as the average
Uttlefieid brought out that Mrs. Kuns
man had thought nothing of the inci
dents at the time and that she had never
expostulated with Mrs. Moore or gone
to Moor himself with any. story of
Moore, at tb time of his death In
1129, lea a will which gave his estate
to bis wife, cutting his daughter off.'
The-plaintiff claims the estate amounts
to. about $40,000, while th defense says
it does not amount to moro than $20,000,
Mrs. Moore is prominent la church aad
society circles In Portland.
ATTOBJCET8 IS CLASH
Uttlefieid and Malarkey had a spirit
ed exchange when the former asked that
all the witnesses be excluded from the
room. Malarkey asked that Archie J.
Thompson, Greta's husband, bo allowed
to remain, and Little field objected.
"Then X want It In the record.' roared
Malarkey. "I want to show th diabol
ical cruelty In this case."
"And I want to take this opportunity
to say." declared Ltttlefield. "that I
have never heard more unjustifiable
and : false statements than wer made
her yesterday aainat thla good
woman.' ' V
"Now that you have exchanged cour
tesies," Judge Tax well intervened, "we
will proceed with th
Tb WHsan hear which. Inaugurated
th open tog of th National Woodrow
WUsoa Foundation campaign Monday,
between 13 aad I o'clock, waa observed
la Portland by many contributors who
voruntarily took their auboulpUoaa to
the headquarters of the Foondatloa at
tb Lumbermen's Trust ontnaany build
las. i y.-r-
Wilson hour was observed an over
the United States and during that tim
all offices of th Foundation through
out the country were open to receive
subscripUoa from people who wished
to come in person to the Fosndatioa
headquarters aad tnak their contribu
tion at that time. Those who Were un
able to go to headquarters sent their
ubecriptlona through th nan, v
Mrs, Georg Buhl of Lebanoa and
member of tb women's ettviatea of the
Woodrow WUson Foandatlon campaign
is tb first member of th womea's di
vision to bo aoard from. Eh sent in
to headquarters the asms and on
tri buttons from th following rasideats
or ieoaaat -
W. R. Alvin. Georg H. Buhl, & P.
Bach, Jonathan Burkhardt, Bert L.
Cotton. G. W. Cruson, F. Cue, Helen
Crawford. M. L. Davis, Pownltur Con
fectionery, J. B, Endert. H. A, Fatter.
Bam Garland, Ia EL Heyne, H. H. Haa-
klns, W. E. Harden, H. Y Klrkpatrick.
Hugh Kirkpatrick. w. H. KJum.
aueneison, a. b. J&uisap, js. a. aunaap.
A. M. Reeves. C 1L Rateton Jr. John 1
Ray, John Summers, J. Ov Beott. F. W.
seeck. EL E. Taylor and K. Xee Wood of
Other awAeertpttons reoetved laeJade
Joan Mann. R c winiama. Mra. R.
EL wmiama. Frd H. McNeQ. John
Minor Booth. R. C, Bradwahw. Mra,
Arnold Wyss, J. T. Rorlck, Charles L.
Danielle. Mrs. Richard W. French, F.
V. Galloway. Mrs. F. V. Galloway. J.
EL Harper. Mrs, J. B, Palmer, E. Knits,
Mrs. B U Kirk. Frank O. Dick, F, C
Fuller. Georg C Blakely and Mrs.
Georg C. Blakeley of The Dalles; Miss
Kate Bweeney, Daniel Nunemaker, Clem
Kanford, U MichaeL H. J. Boyle, George
F. Hodman, Curtis Gardner. P. Bead
man. Ev A. KllppeL Mrs. F. W. Marsh,
Mrs. Charles McCnUeugb. Bernard Mul
rlna, Allan Mann,- J. XX McGowaa, Cyn
thia Oeburn. Walter EL Paarswa, Vir
ginia J. Pearson, 8. A S. Service Station,
Joseph Term, F. I A. Wilson of Port
land: Rev. and Mrs. N. A. Cbristensea
of XAkeriew. Mr. aad Mra. B. M. Had
son of Jefferson. A. It Lewi of Marsh
field. J. O MaGnXfio of .Redmond.
Lmio Simpson of Albany. Mr. L.
Shinaberger of HUWboro, Fred Wlede-
man aad D. a Young ef Bherwood. Ira
Wlmberly of Drain aad Lily A. Young
Hood River, Jan. IX. Feaowteg a
week of below fiwalug wetthsr th Co-
tumhla river Is steeAHy fining with tc
and. If th cold . speU eontnras, the
rtvar wQl b frosea over within tow
days. A channel aboat 1M toot wide
remains open, bat sal ferry service Is
For th ninth-auuajsun week bob
sleighing continue here aad present
proepeets are that it win eontiaoe Cor at
it another week . Wall Hoed River
haa endured a -oar period at cold weath
er, the temperatures have not been ab
normally low, tb lowest' temperature
recorded , this season being . li . above.
For a week skating haa been th mala
local rastime, but owing to a stiff wind
prevailing whoa tha siougns trexa. the
loo I roogk, V
With a heavy blanket , of snow over
the entire countryside tb fruit grower
has nothing to worry about, bis -chief
occupation for th past several weeks
bina. to malatala a fuel line ta the
Oregon's dolee-ates to tb Ban Fran.
etsoo eonf erenc which win b held to
--madder plan for a Pacifio frr-rt ssr
rer of shipping Interests win leave
Wednesday afternoon la a special ear
which has been arranged by tb 8oUs
era PactOe company. Tb eoafarenoe
win open - m San, Francisco Friday
moraiag. . -
Fey tb conference- Portland wtQ aend
i- C Alnswerth, L XX Hunt. Frank M.
Wsrrn(John H. 'Borgard, H. m. Tan
uuaer. w. BL Ayer and Peter Kerr as
eornrnltteemen. and W. JX B. Dodean aad
H. Hodson as - eaboo-nmitt eeenen.
Astoria wtu aend R. n ptnoao and l.
Fred Lsraen. and Marshfield wtn aend
Moserx .jsanaa ana c
Ueti?laxi(i Off ide
2i J(b in Portland
WaebiArteew ' Jaa. ttfVAElTIXG
TOH BTJRKA0 OF THE 30URSU3
MCfary and Btaafieid aiw ax
peeted within a few days to settle npoa a
tor a receiver of tha
land afficqat Portland, wW avaoancy
win occur January so, Some Mm age
made thai. Edward
XX Zaldwia. sacretajy la Cexirrvacrsan
Elanott, and F. G. Korthnra of Portland
r tbo Partlaad
WOODROW WILSON FOUNDATION.
Lvmbermetu Trust Corapvnj Bank
Gntlemenr--.nckse4 find f tor Woodrow Wflsoa
Fotindition fund, pletse send certificate of membenhip to tae under
rifned at the following tddressi
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Make checks to Woodrow WUson Foundation. Lumbermen
Company bank, Broadway and Oak streets, Portland, Oregon.
MAN BiEu UNDER
Oregon City, Jan. 17. Albert Hopp,
109 Ninth street, was severely Injured
about the body when he waa burled for
nearly a half hour Monday by a cave-in
in a deep ditch In which he was working,
iiopp was at the bottom of a aewer
ditch, II feet deep, working with his
father, Ferdinand Hopp, and Henry
Stall, his brother-tn-law. The sides of
the excavation gave way. covering Hopp
wua several leet or earux.
Aided by the neighbors, the victim was
extricated in 2S minutes. He was uncon
scious but still breathing. Drs. Guy and
Frank Mount were called. Hopp was re
moved ot his homo. It is thought thai
several no wer fractured.
Woodrow Wilson Is
Eulogized in Drive
For Peace Memorial
(By United wO
New York, Jan. 17. Woodrow Wilson's
ideals of "democracy, liberty and peace
through justice" wer eulogised in an
parts of th country Monday noon at
"WUson hour," martin g th start of
a campaign tor $1,000,000 to endow perl-
odlo awards for pubU service.
At soch aa ebserranee In Town BaD
here, 1S0O persons "stood ap to be
counted' and gar their money for the
perpetuation ot the former president's
In Building Come
Under State Law
Salem, Jan. nWTae protection of th
Oregon, workmen's compensation law
may be legally extended to workmen en
gaged in building construction,
tbjough such workmen donat their
services, according to Attorney General
Van Winkle, tn an opinion for the Indus
trial accident commlsraon.
The receipt of a stated wage la not
Bsential to the creation of the relation
of master and servant and th fact that
the workmen tail to collect a wag from
th employer In no way off eeta th right
of such workmen to the protection of the
compensation act, tb opinion bolda. Th
contribution to be paid to the Industrial
accident fund should be based upon th
assumption that th workmen are earn
ing a daily wag at th going rata for
Waahlnrtna. Jan. 11 L N. B- The
senate Moaoay cennrmed the aenUna-
lloas of Clyde B. Altchisoa of Oregon
and Henry If. Rail ef Colorado' aa mem
bers ol . tha Interstate eoau&rc
office, but there has
to which, would sere
which as taglseir. a the torse f
later Airt 8wek doe not antra for an
other yaar. bo ta recervarealp '
a point of com petition linna
of Baldwin aad Narvbraa, It
that both men expected tbo first
vaney. and there t also Tuirtod ta be
a snhamderstandlna; aa to whether prone
4s had been alien aa ta who would hold
ever ta th sveat tb mces ef regto
ter and reoarver are ronsnttii tied, aa pr
by pending lee-laiaOea. ladteav
today ar that rthrwa vU land
th appoiatment aa receiver, and begin
to draw fOolal dividends next naentb.
(Oeathmed From rat Ose)
SNYDER UNDER FIRE
' TTOff SCfGB
t -Qcm XF
ll1U I ! .: '
N HIS HOME TOWN
Cornelius F. Starr, proprietor ef a con
fectionery store in Eugene, took advan
tage of the federal bankruptcy act to
day, i He filed a- petition tor the dis-
charge from payment ef - his debts.
which total I1043.9U His assets are
that the 21 demands were accepted by
China in the mil exercise of her sov
ereignty, that they have been ratified
by the recognised treaties aad that this
ends the matter.
It tha conference is going to open up
the question of validity of regular
treaties, the Japanese contend, there will
be no end to the conference, and nothing
to preclude any power presenting to the
conference any treaty that it doesn't
happen to like.
The Japanese position ia this respect ts
strengthened by the known position ot
the British delegation aad by at least
one member of ths American delegation
Elihu Root, who has publicly expressed
own me Japanese ana Chinese are
proceeGlng warily under these condi
tions. The Chinese are particularly
wary, w nije ourwaraiy they express
their satisfaction that the conference
will "consider the tl demands," pri
vately they are unable to account for
the change of front on th part of the
conzerenc. Tney had been riven to un
derstaad previously that the 21 demands
could not be considered and their ftrt
James W. Gerard, former ambassador
to Germany, told them that la f ightrng
for a league of aatlona the world fol
lowed an age-long precedent aad en
listed in an army recruited centuries ago,
out now cnamptoaea by Wilson.
Augustus Thomas, playwright, eafiinr
Wilson "the hope of th human bearC
declared that aa Ideas ar mora en
during than any material monuments,
the ideal of liberty aad democracy, per
eoalfled by Washington, emnhaatxed br
uncou, and reaching It apothecsta la
Wilson, would outlive any monument
which could be raised to him. Mrs.
Carrie Chapman Gatt flayed "the in
gratitude ef a republic, which, though
in the wrong, makes a man pay Vecauss
he is in the right- ;
we must hearten Mr. Wilson while
be lives,' she said, "and tell him he
was rir&t and la now."
Prizes wul bo awarded bv the WUson
foundation for merlterius work In al
most any field benefitting the nation aa
a waoie, National chairman Franklin
D. Koosevelt said.
f Vws Weekly I
County to Pnt 20
Workmen on Job of
, i vuwvwvu mini uieu- ursi
i For Mrs. Baldwin SKs,,rs;ss,Jf
THl GRX.TTCST XMC
CvXTt FT-ASHKD ON
JO Id IIAKRICK
Milwankle has received only a part of
the money to which it la entitled under
the stat law. For Instance, in the
reoent WIUs-Tat fight, the receipts ap-
proxtmated .11,09a. I claim that th
city's share of this sum should have been
I seme $1000. Tb amount actually re
solved was $200, less fees for special
pottos which tb mayor la empowered
to deduct from the proceeds.
"X am not at this time prepared to
aay that anyone Is guilty ot gxoAmg
I on the pnaefignt funds, but win say
that there has been aa utter lack ot ef
ficient management en tbo part of th
boxing commission aad Mayor 8nydec
If we are to make a success of the box
tug game la Milwankle it la necessary
that the people of this city get an that
I ts coming to them for the privilege
of staging these fights here."
G. C Pel too. n contractor and former
mayor of MUwaukie. is the ostensible
candidate for mayor, m cas Snyder
doea pot avail himself ot hi privilege
by resigning within five days after the
recall petitions hay bean fited. In tb
vent that th mayor deride to seers a
fight to retain hi ocfiee, the recall
oaa win petition for the aVaotlon of
Twenty -five per eeat at tb electors
voting la the Milwankle district tor, jus
tice ot the Oregon supreme court hi nee
eeaary to qualify a recall petition. The
nes necessary under this rule total
j some I.
Members ot the Milwankle city council
ere standing with Mayor Snyder in th
recall raovwmeat. while th city firemen
are supportlna; tb recall.
Petition eircnlataea are: Chartes Mai-
Ion, fir chief ; Hay McXntytu. WQUam
!OeebandN.bl3arey. . . .
the foOewtng: . w. B.
I Arrtgtu and Albert
Funeral services for Olivine Pies Bald
win, wife of Ralph D. Baldwin, will be
held at 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing at the Portland Crematorium. Mrs.
Baldwin died Monday at her home. ITS
East Thirty-first street. She leaves, be
sides her husband, two children, Balph
H aged i, and Cynthia Louise, 7. She
was 14 years old. Mrs. Baldwin came
to Portland from Marion, Ohio, with her
parents tn 1904. She was graduated
from: the old Lincoln high school. A
brother, Clifford D. Flee, lives In Grants
pans, and a sister, Mrs. Harold M. West,
in Yakima. Dr. H. X Bowman wtQ con
duct the funeral ceremony.
The county eoTmninsloaeia Monday de
cided to employ 20 men atnppllod by th
public welfare bureau In building 4.S
ot gravel sidewalk between the
terry sup south of XJnaton aad the
The eornmiasloners decided that thev
could buiM this stretch of sidewalk for
azooo. Half of this win be paid by th
county and half by th public welfare
bureau out ef Its budget. Ia advocat
ing this plan Commissioner fTfn
pointed out that two purpoau would be
aeoomplUhed. Heads of famUl
ceiTtng charity from th county
be given honorable labor at $4 a day
and the sidewalk would be bum. thus
making it unnecessary for school chil
dren to walk along the dangerous Linn-
School Director Woodward, who has
oeen aavocaunf in moawuat as a pro
tection ta ta cmioren. aeartuy thanked
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Every Pair Reduced
Against 6 on Bond
oonro to nrrr btoctc
Pba Harris left for New York todav
te spend several weeks tn aelectina
stock tor a new woman's apparel shop
to be Opened about March - IS ia the
floor space at the corner of
iroadwar and Morrison streets now
I orcopiad by taa WUy &. AUaa eompany.
uarne mrrnerrr waa buyer tor the
i' anparal shon. aad aa
that hit bw star would be
I elaborately funlsheC and eontpned. ' '
The real propei ty ef six leading Sher-
sownty rusmenta, au worta m ex
of tlCOM each, was attached Mon
day afternoon by a suit filed m the
federal court by th First National Bank
ot Antioch. CaL Tbo defendants ar
R, H, McKean, Georg N. Crosfield, C
a Hearing. W. A. Medler. A. IX Richel
derfer and W. N. Morse.
The suit alleges that November 25.
m. the plaintiff brought action in the
circuit court of Sherman county against
H B. ! Thornberry to recover lX.0t.
with interest, also SltOO attorney's fees.
November XS a writ of attachment waa
Issued and levied en Ttwnbrrys S00O
aere farm. - Jaanary 11 Ttawnberry re-
stx amen posted rlt.f-l bond far "
Jaanary U, tSzX tb plantttft reoovered
a Jwdgmeot for SU,1.M agntaat Tborn
berry.: The psilntlff eJetreo that nettber
Thornberry nor hie braHlsinsa will pay
th amount ot th juduiaat ..
BALL STtTKTS COXFLXTXB
Th ' floor aad stunts committees for
"Our aty" baii. which will be held at
The Auditorium Jaanary It. have per
fectod the prograss for the wcrewnan, A
balloon dano will feaiare tha program
Mayor Saker and Mrs. William
MacMaster nave beam selected to lead
tee ana no meetings for several weeks.
stnaawnue to cvo-powercd naval
rreary is at a stsndstiU. awaiting ad.
vices from Toklo that will permit set
tlement of the fortifications dispute. The
Japanese home officials want the Benin
and OabJma Islands excluded from the
fortifications agreement and considered
a part ef the Japanese homeland, where
uniimneq torn near tons may b con
The Japanese point oat that th Ha-
partot toe AerntailaCd,fh 1 VP.t.P. 7,71 BUTeaU
uiw oiu ulmm ex cioaca cungepore
from the agreement and they feel fully
3 ua toned in -"nr; the exclmrion of
the Bonln and Oshima groups which lie
less man six nnnored miles from Towo.
The SbantunaT eonvereations betwi
uuu aaa japan proceeaea this morn
ing, to be followed later In the day by
a full meeting of the Far East com
mittee to discuss the "open door.
An official spokeaman for tbo British
delegation said today that the tendency
oc ine conierence aeemea to be toward
ifrnsflfmttBp of the St rtcsimuls Pub
He opinion both tn China and th Dntted
States apparently is w'Mr this, it
Moves to Quarters
In Myler lfculding
Woman, Ignorant of
Speed Limits, Loses
The united States Veterans" bureau
moved Monday from th Medical build
ing to the Myler building at Ninth and
Oak streets. The change of location was
mad haeausa tha stabllshmnt. which
haa recently been enisrged. found itself
cramped in tn OKI oatrtera.
Tb shirt waa made under the direc
tion of Kenneth L. Cooper, local director.
won I, g. Jessup, NortBweat effector.
tm stair or tn meal
tncrades il workers. Jeosun
nouneed tbo anomtrnent of Dr. A. S.
Rockey as advisor tn suigeiy eases aad
the addition ot aa eye. ear. nose and
throat aispensary. An X-ray machine
win aiao be added to the bureau enuin.
was Mrs. M. L. Adams
SBurt Monday to a
em Zonnbard street.
only ao xaUee ah
ts the speed &ratt7 oseried
She didnrt know. Sh was also haay
-Macerate the regulations on bridges
and at intereecbona with streetcar liaea.
After a aeries of questions it developed
that she bad never read the city or state
tramc regulations. .
The Judge suspended her driver's
Ueenen'tor 10 days and ordered her to
brush up on the A B Cs t trafflo regu-
i iHwex, -zou-n nave to b ani ta
ia credrtaw exaaaaUon on th rales
, tnen." bo warned her. .
Dr. Geo. Parrisli to
Take Absence Leave
To Visit Califoniia
Dr. George rarrfah. etty kenlth fB-
eer. nas reouestea leave of basaco tor
M days without pay to become effective
January ZS. The ordinance antbortsing
tb leave will be constderea by tb coun
cil at the meeting -Wednesday raornins.
jt. ramsn ntans 10 vent Cillflimi.
Mrs. Parries, aad th two clvDdrca wm
awmpany ntm. v--
. Durinc turn ahasnm Ds X C.
snslatant health. . ecficar. wta bat
'caief of the bureau. . ..
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This picture, tavken from 'UixvAm Atlauna
famoua aocceaa, ta CAptiTAtin PortlAnd a
film auimirera, We haiT heard nothinf
but TJTaia-a." Our bookizxt adlow brxt one
week fat this fesxxre. so see it, hy all
zneeVttSt before atorcUy.
SCREENLAND NEWS ahtyws Poctlatvl
Mazaunas winter hike on RAinier.
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