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Senator attaanoM today Imm4 too fo
lowing" statement :
"An article published la Too Orscoa
Jowraal of January li ooenslono sno to
wake a further statement rtlaUvo to the
charres therein contained.
Tno MUmnl that friends of mlno
hare rsqneotsd me to resign from th
mnml fca wholly wltnont foundation and
fatso. Ns Intimation of this kind has
Veen made to me by either my frlonds
or ether. I bare never entertained the
slightest Ihoucht of returning; and there
for haVe am had th subject under
ooasldoradoa for moment.
trOOLXBS SHOW KUDIEU
; "No osrnsAlttoamoa m any of tho conv
Miteee of which I aan a anomhor baa
ever complained or moaUooed to mo any
Mcioct on my port of oommltteo work.
Oa tho otter hand. I hsve been com
mended ky th chairman of tho commit
too on oostoff lco and poot roada for my
work on thai commutes, and by the
chairman of tho oonmlttao of claims,
and my ponltion on committee haa been
advanced lino 1 entered tho senate, four
lis by reason of oanlority.
"Tbo charao that my poetUon on tho
acker legislation to not In keeping with
tho vlow of my constituency io ropudl-"
atod by tho resolution paoood by the
National Wool O rower association at
Us annual cottTentlon at Bait Lake,
whero they were recently aaaembled and
adopted a resolution Indorsing the exact
. stand that I have taken on packer legis
lation. - Tho charge that I hare been absent
from tho annate most of tho time is re
fntsd by tho records which show out of
Its days' session I have been present
100 days, and more than 10 of the days
that I was absent was Official business
at tho special request of the secretary
of tho treasury when I was assisting the
development and formation of what la
Commonly known as the 150.000.000 loan
pool for tho relief of the livestock Indus
try of my country, and I have been In
formed by officials that had It not
boen for my interest In this relief for
sericulture that it is quite possible that
tho country would not be receiving today
. financial relief from the t50.000.000 live
stock loan pool or the war finance cor-
T regret the necessity of making these
statements, but I believe It is only fair
that ray friends should be made aware
, Of the exact facto in the case."
He Has Support in
' Fight Against Lewis
i Springfield. 111.. Jan. H. (U. P.)
Though the vote count Is not completed,
.President Prank Partington of tho
United Mine Workers declares the
membership has voted to support him
.In his stand against International Pres
: Mont John L. Lewis In the Kansas labor
' Tho referendum also will show' the
' Illinois miners favor eofftlii nation of
financial and moral support to Alex
ander llowat. deposed president of tho
Kansas miners. Farrington says.
Ten Murder Charges
Follow Lynching in
Oklahoma City. Okla.
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Oklahoma City. Jan. U. (L K. a
CWaena met In mans meeting today to
submit a resolution to Governor Robert
son Mklac that Oklahoma City be placed
nuder saarUel law. .Vk.
The mooting was held eo a rooult of
the finding of tho body of Jake Brooks,
a negro notaghoono employe, banging
by the nock tn a tree in tho southern
edge of tho city late yesterday. The
negro was taken from his home last
Saturday by masked men.
John H. Shirk, chairman of tho shop
division of the Chamber of Commerce,
declared that polios protection against
vkilenei by tho striking packing house
employes was only "lukewarm" and that
it had become necessary to ask for mar
tial law to remedy a situation which
had become mors than serious.
The finding of tho body of Brooks
marked tho crisis of a series of disor
ders In tho strike here.
Several packing house strikers were
being hold by police for investigation to
day,: bat no arrests had boon made for
the lynching of Brooks.
Lieutenant Governor ht E. Trapp,
cting governor, indicated that ho would
aeny a request that the city bo placed
under martial law. If tho request was
made directly to him. He believes mar
tial law Is unnecessary, it is said.
Porest I. Hughes, county attorney,
declared 10 murder charges are ex
pected to be filed after the results of an
investigation Into the death of the negro
has been made public.
"I believe it la a direct result of the
striks situation here." commented Mr.
Hughes, "and It's one of the moat cold
blooded affairs occurring in this country."
Bank Bandit Goes
To State Prison for
Theft of $24,000
Hillsboro. 111.. Jan. IS. (I. N. a
Paul L. Durling of Greenville was on
his way to tho Chester penitentiary to
day to begin serving out his sentence
for his part In the $24,000 Panama bank
Durling pleaded guilty late yesterday
to two counts of an Mirtwrt t.m..
assault with Intent to kill, and burglary
tie aeciarea that he drove
the autotnobllA in whih tv.-. -kx.,
- -mw . mi, a iu
the Panama bank escaped.
Circuit Judge Jett imposed two inde
terminate sentences one to twenty years
uii mo lu-si count ana one to fourteen
years on the second. The sentences are
Court Turns Down
Millions in Claims
8pringfleld, 111.. Jan. II. (L N. &
Claims Involving millions of dollars
filed against the state by relatives of
those who died In the steamer Eastland
disaster at Chicago. In 1915. were disal
lowed by the stats' court of claims of
Illinois, It was announced here today.
The claims have ben pending since 1117.
TWO BOTS PTJGITTYXS
Centralis- WuIl. Jan tv.
lor and Harold Shoemaker, Inmates of
the state boys' training school in Che
halls, escaped Monday evening. Tay
lor's home is In Centralis.
the Oregon: daily journal, Portland, Oregon
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C8ATTU TACOMA SPOKAN
8alo of a 1.000.000-pound Idaho wool
pool, a new venture la Northwest trad
ing circles, was completed Tuesday at
Municipal Terminal No. 1 by the Idaho
men la charge. A sum exceeding $300,
000 rewarded the enterprise of the grow
ers of tho neighboring state In bringing
their produce to Portland for d!sioaaL
Prioes ranged from 21ft cents to ao
cents a pound.
Crawford Moore, president of the First
National bank of Boise, trustee for the
pool, and W. Scott Anderson, who con
ducted the sale, expressed satisfaction
at the results.
GROWERS SATE UMN
Moore estimates that the growers had
saved 140,000 by selling at Portland to
"tead of at Boston.
"We are well pleased with our deal In
Portland." said Moore Tuesday. "We
feel sure that Portland Is tho logical
place for Idaho growers to sell wool, and
wo hope to continue this movement''
The per cent advance in tho wool
market In the last 90 days assured the
prowors a favorable price. ... , . i;
. ' Tho firms makmg' purchases from the
Idaho pool were : Elsemann ft Co Boa
ton1 ; Western ProdpcU - company.;- Bos
ton ; Charles Webb, Philadelphia : Port
land Wool Warehouse company of Port
land; Adams Leland. Boston; Dewey
Gould A Co. Boston; Uailowell. Jones A
Donald. Boston ; Isadora Koshland. Phil
adelphia, and Charles Greene, Portland.
STAXTULD 3CAKES SALE
While the sale was heJnaf ramnW
report was received that 1,000.000 pounds
oi wool owned by Senator Robert N.
Stanfleld had been sold to Boston firms
and Is being stored by the Columbia
Basra Wool Warehouse company at mu
nicipal terminal No. L The price was
reported aa 65 cents a pound scoured.
A move on the part of Seattle business
men to divert all Washington wool to
that dtv was ehwkeil kv .!
of Portland men at Yakima, according
to E. A. Ward, suaaazar of the PaHfV
Cooperative Wool Growers, who has re
turned from - the Washington Wool
Growers association meeting there.
Ward reported that tho Seattle delega
tion's attitude changed after he and
Fred Falconer of the Western Wool
Warehouse company had enumerated the
benefits to Washington- men to ahrip
through dips . to Portland. ' . .
Four Leave to Make V
In Mining Territory
Huntington. W. Va Jan. 1J. (I. N.
S.) Mayor C, W. Campbell, Commis
sioner Matt Miner and .two newspaper
men left today for Raleigh county to
make a survey of conditions In the coal
fields where it Is claimed miners and
their families are starving.
While relief committees contend con
ditions are serious. Governor Morgan
insists that no real suffering a-rlot.
r that miners are making their plea sim
ply to arouse sympathy.
WJfJ. SAYS BRYAN
Oeprtisht. 1122, r bRSUaneI Kves terrlee
Jacksonville. Fuu; Jaa. 1L L X, 8.)
Because of what he terms "three serious
political nlunderif which tho KepuhU
oan party has made, WiQlam J. Bryan,
former secretary of state, predicted to
ay a sweeping Democratic victory tn
the congressional elections this fail,
Accompanying the Interview, which is
published in the Florida Metropolis, is
anartlcle from tne Washington cones
pondent of that newspaper stating that
tho Baltimore Sua today la printing a
story from Washington to the effect
that the close political friends of Bryan
In Washington have been informed that
he will be a candidate for the senate
from Florida in opposition to Park
WEDNESDAY 'JANUARY 18. ltSfc .
Pledges Fun Aid
In Work for Peace
WashlnxtsfL Jan. 1ft. fl. K. awkw
rotary of stato Rughoo today received a
as aw rrota JUunaenaPatBiara tk
new French premier, pledging his ia-
cert deatre U eooyorate la the work of
yeaoa being oarried on by the Washing
Secretary Hughes win reply U tho
French premier today, thanking hint for
the mi isi re. "!
FOBGXaT CVAMX FACKS -Chehalla.
Wash; Jaa. lt.--Proeocutteg
Attorney Herman AUea Tuesday charged
Ralph Fields wtfh first dogm forgery.
Beayer Hill Goal
Hit H Grade Littl Ash Orefon Coal
not clinlceP barns freely, giring intense heL
A less freight rate enable us to sell it for less. -
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