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THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. KZ2.
It HI CM
TO BE PURCHASED
Women Leaders in! Ghest Campaign
BY S M S.
Official ct the & P. A 8. Ca arc ne
gotiating for tha purchase of a motor
. rmll ptamiir truck which will bo used
In on effort to oolro son of too prob
lems . of short-haul passenger service,
according to announcement mad today
by H. 1L Harwood of tb Mack Inter
national Motor company and eoaflrmod
by official of the North Bank line -Introduction
of tbla typo of ears to the
B. p. S. ayaum will b tho flrat road
in tbo WmL For several months, bow
ever. Eastern line, notably tbo New
Tork, New Haven Hartford, hav
boon using motor rail truck and pas
CARRIES l "EOPLD
Tbo purchase of on of toes car for
too on th 8. P. at 8. line was decided
. upon following rcommndaUon ' mad
"by officials of tho Great Northern and
Norther Pacific Railway companion.
Officiate of the two line recently
conducted experiment with th can at
The typ t car a decided upon by
th Worth Bank oCfldala t a truck
chaaata mounted on ateet flanged wheel
.and rapabl of carrying IS people.
"This car la being purchased for x-
partmeatal purposes.' said W. V. Tur
ner, president of the 8. P. & Through
I la u w Rod to reduce operating ex
. pMwea oa abort haul a, and a guarantee
more frequent servioe. Wo may ua it
oa the Astoria-Seaside run. the Port
la nd-Ht. Helen run or on the Oregon
Uactrle or Ooldendala branch."
W. XX Skinner, rice president and
trafflo manager of tha 8. P.- 4 a sys
tem line, expreaeed th nop today
. that ua- of motor rail car will enable
th railroad company to compel) with
th motor buaaea which hay been de
creasing the revenue of th local eom
COMFIT! WITH ACTOS
"Oa th short run." said BV Inner, "w
an give more frequent service with this
Pi Mil row, from left Mra. J. F. Oupman, rice chairman; Mrs. F. I Benedict, Mrs. Milton E. Kabn, Ttoe chair
man; Mr. Dallas Bache, vice chairman; Mrs. I. Broadbent, Mrs. E. A. Blew, Mrs. V. N. Taft, Mrs. John Lee,
ucorgw Knomincer, airs. ta. is.. Lanmore, Mr, c. B. Simmons, general chairman. . Second rowMrs.
Charles Mathiot, Mrs. Gertrude Robinson, Mrs. XL Yandenburg, Mrs. W. A. Iiunyan, Mrs. T. P. ToQefaon.
Mrs. Mabel Ij. CoUett, Mrs. Ernest Crosby, Mrs. William Ricen, Mrs. Homer AngelL Third row Mrs. Frank
Xichols, Mrs.- ward Swope, Mrs. Ansa, Pottle, Mrs. J. Green, Mrs. X. Aronson, Mrs. O. W. Mielke, Mrs. C. V.
Baker, Mr. George M. Black, Mrs. Jack Howell. Fourth row Miss Aileen Brone. Mrs. W. L. Hotchldss.
Mrs. W. M. aUlllngsworOi Jr., Mrs. F. H. Cook, Miss Hazel Carnes, Mrs. J. H. Lowey, Mrs. David Honeyman.
Nieces of Kerbs
Starved to Death
In Soviet Russia!
Orron City. Jan. U. -Starved to death
typ f car. at a lower operating cot. ..u .......
aad It th motor buaaea are taxed In pro- " , 1 JT
portion to th rait companle w wUl at tnMn- tw of Henry Kerbs of Ore-
leaat bar aa even break la obtaining goa City are dead la Russia, and a third,
business" d to hunger and privations of the
Information baa also been received by , . ..Un m ,
tho local offices that th Northern Pa- Tlt n4Uon U critically in la Sweden,
otflo I placing one of the car In aerv- ea rout to thla country,
lee tn Montana. Other railroad oon- About two months ago Kerbs received
"j,r..r"r,j:(r.- n three gins. Lydi. U:
vr WIMI ina,sas4iM vimi mw u
RE AM Y
Of Prisoners Seek
Support From City
Destitute families of convicted feloaa
are presenting- a problem which is caus
ing city authorities much worry, since
there seems to be no way of giving per
manent relief la many cases of actual
need. Mrs. Lola G. Baldwin, head of the
I women's protective bureau, this morning
pointed out half a dozen cases where
tha wives and children of prisoners now
Mrs. Laura Moore. 'Tiead of the Moore
family," when cross examined oa the
aland in Circuit Judge Taxwell's court I serving terms in the city and county
If tha exDerlmental car Droves success- I
fsL th purchase of other cars of this il-Tediced &Tlmd they ahe waa called u
type douotle- will b made, according v MFfo ilZ -J!0?.
to th weal railway ornciaia. 1 w
Ui TODD LAND BUY
Carlo L. Byron, ex-convict aad hew a
fugitive from Justice, was representead
to be an nkonest timber locator and
man -of great wealth." by John W. -Todd.
testified P. J. Kunts of Salem, in the
federal court witness stand this morn
ing. The government charges Todd with
using the mails to defraud.
Kunts said he lost in Byron s tim
ber claim scheme, in-which Todd inter
ested him. ; . w
Todd was indicted with Byron, but la
being tried alone, aa Byron forfeited
5000 bond and a a fugitive.
Todd also Tqustd him not to tell
others about tha deal for fear tha new
would get back to the timber interests,
who were watching Byron and who were
after the timber land, Hunts said.
Miss Esther 'C VTheeler. secretary to
Todd while he waa superintendent of
public Instruction at Salem, said Todd
had assured her time and time again
that be would give her her money back
In case Byron proved a fraud. Miss
Wheeler said she lost UQQ in the deal.
William VcGOchrist Jr. of Salem told
tha Jury that when be signed up his con
tract Byron told him he was receiving
1100 out of each claim.
A jury of victims of Todd would
not convict him of fraudulent use
of the mail to promote the land fraud
scheme by which he and Byron
are alleged' to- have swindled Salemites
out of $50,000. declared Charles W. Bob-
ison, one of the defense attorneys, in his
opening argument Tuesday afternoon in
the federal court. Robinson said he
would show before the conclusion of the
trial that Todd's victims are his friends
United States Attorney Lester W.
Humphreys charged Todd with promot
ing a gigantic confidence game, and said
he bad betrayed the confidence ef his
best friends and acquaintances when he
persuaded them to surrender their
money to Byron to return for a slip of
Four witnesses were called during the
afternoon session, among them being
Walter Winslow and Lee Canfield, both
of Salem, who aaid they lost f500 each.
Both, men said they had received nothing
for their money. They were guaranteed
a valuable timber claim, they state.
Canemah Man Bitu:J
By Auto on B asm
k Walk; Ankle Broken
; Oregon City. Jan. 19, J. Wymor of
Caaemah waa arrareiy injured at 4
o'clock Wednesday afternoon when he
waa struck by a paaslng automobile oa
the baaia walk between Oregon City
and his noma. Wymor waa knocked
down, his bead badly gashed and his
ankl broken. He waa nnoonactous for,
several hours. HI injuries .will not
prove serioua, it la thought. He was
throws several feet from (he machine
and suffered minor bruises about th
body. He is employed at th county
rock crushing plant near, this city. He
was taken to his bona
Th ear. it Is said, waa driven by a
man from Silverton, The driver, who
stopped after th accident, said that
the sun waa shining in his eyes sad
that he could not ae Wymore.
FORCES MERGED Itl
iZ a!T7hiau C r" and D. daughters of this morning, told of the details of the J" left with no means of sup
Paiytvanle and th Canadian Na- Mr. a. Sommers. hi wife's sister, that auarrel at the L. K. Moor home between P-
i rauwaym lthlr mother and father had ten mnr. I t , j v T I Smut cutttn? nf tVi rifv Kmtnt
to settle. I n""1" i impoBBiDie ior in women s
to break the I protective bureau to do more .than give
, h mjmm 1 them temporary relief in extreme cases.
ere eating rats to keep alive, they lnh-rtud entire estate left to I "We have been trying to find some
. i ., . . i ner aienmoLner. unaue lmiuenn bvm t "- - -"
r.Y-SPTVlRft MfiTl Are their MrZtI U K. Moor by hi. wife Is charged and id Mra Baldwin. Her husband was
UA Uvl V WO lUvli XXX J ineir grandmother. ent the girta $2900 it .liaeeA th.t hi. wlfe. prominent to sentenced to six months cn a charge of
rn v n... to come to tois eountey. Word of them pwcUr cuxlesT ws the being a drug addict She ha. absolutely
Taken as Citizens; ttSXTSZtSte SSSSS arswrs S S
. Ho f 1 0 Aro Hoi Q TTOH w"""uo " 10 w- ering it. ' two children. This is Just one case.
VlUa XiXVi WMJVU , 1 FIlfDS GIRL H TKAM
Mra Zaura Moore is the widow of
Walter Moor. X K. Moore's oldest
Mother Saves Two
i 111 Tt TV I brother, and upon her shoulders rests
1 1 h 1 1 fi TP.TV r Tnm r l r P. the maaUe In the Moore family. For 25
have been confidants, Jessie taking her
la preparation for the special natural
isation hearing' to be held In Th Audi
torium on Washington's birthday, th
ath sf allegiance waa not administered
to an th applicants for eittaaashlp who
iZT7?7Z,.jZ1 wt.ri, I La Grande. Jan. 1 Mrs. L. C. Hen-1 troubles to the older woman.
At thV openuTg of court today th lr0 this morning rescued her two chil- Mrs. Laura Moore teetiCed that jshe
ludea announoad thai all thoaa alla-lbla I " "l " sin ot ii, irom was caiieu 10 we Lm. n- juoore remaence
.Kra.. i ! k- .itlout ot bedroom window when the (she found Jessie in tears. Jeaai said
w". . w ' ,k -,,TiT JLZIZa I "enaereon nouse burned. An overheated I QreU had another of her '-stubborn
WILL HAYS SIGNS
(By United Nowi)
New Tork, Jan. . Will Hays has
ZZ:r.Z?: :Z- -il ZZiZ WT. u" room caused the nrei streaks." Laura then went upstairs, I rr,tiw --w 0,0,1
the came spread so rapidly that all (where ah found Greta in her bedroom, Z TITZ 1 " "
BthAr mniM Af Uaiw tK. l i . I President Hardln(ra rah In At and th
jvhtooti m n AWMwriwn. mmmm. crf. Owlnff to OB Of th fir hv.l A.,nl. T lit . .1.1 .1 I drain At . MntuuO kt. .hlh .
M a Ua. kajl flMa Inn 1 ... - I m. ww aa bmhiv aasj .M siaan ?ax - - wmww " "-
r:rrLMmTZ. V7 areata being rroaen, dimculty was en- but she cannot talk about my deadlwmhead a n nation ao.Jaon of
by the fire department to I mother." I , , . . ......
uuw jjiuiiue vruuucers ana uisiriDuiors
men were admitted thla morning. DoaBtArea
MeodelU. aa Italia), waa sent bom to righting the blase and the house and ito -you' knew her for years." Greta is
atudv for six months after be told the I K,t v. ...- v. I .. iou w nw ?r Tears, ureta is
stuay. ior six montns niter n ' to i oontenU burned to the ground. The then nuotd as ,vW --nvn m w I which is to be formed.
judge mat ueorg waaiyugwn wrots i u esetimated at 15000. with $J00 8he a eood woman ? Officially, the poatmarter
was the first president of tn unites
SUtee and th unci of Oeorg Wash'
Ington. ' ,
Kx-eervlce men admitted are: John
C. WUklnaon, England Atllllo Con sen -tlnl,
Italy; Aquiline Maffa, Italy: Giov
U Dare, Italy, aad Herman Nelson,
Civilian admitted are
Two Bob Talkative
Man of $600 Boll
I resignation U now in effect, but he will
to her testimony. "I never heard a "?l leV8 olrlc "ui aaarcn , taking up
breath of scandal about her in my life." hu new fuUes on March . BTnal ar-
twHWHWIII, W4UB UIO wmilllUHJHWH
TO BE C0NS10EREP
Amalgamation sf tha Narcotic Can.
trot association of Portland with th
Oregon Narcotic Central aasodaUoa waa
aceompUsbad at n meeting held by the
latter organisation this afternoon at the
namber of Commerce.
The two oraanlxaUona war beaded
by Mayor George I Baker aad to fa
cilitate work of checking the narcotic
traffic it waa decided that the two
should be combined. Th Portland as
sociation was organised several weeks
aro and throueh its efforts tha atata
body waa formed.
Detailed report waa made bv Dr.
Oeorg Parrtah, city health ofnoer. oa
u treatment proposed for addicts. Sev
eral specialists were la attendance and
concurred in the opinion that the ma
jority of th addicts are cwrabbk
Aa outlined by Dr. Parriah tt is pro
posed that a state institution b created
for giving the treatment. The logical
Place, a aaid, la en a farm where th '
vtctlana e the -drag oaa have health
ful work-that will pot otrty help them
regaia their manhood and womanhood
but earn a little.-
- Addicts should be taken at the insti
tution ior a tom ef at Wast II toon tha."
th doctor said. This Urn wOl en
able 1bm to get atf the habit aad al-'
low thatr una tana to ussim normal
Mayer Baker emphasised that while
ta-4ik la Wiag givea treatmeata,
ewery effort must b mao by all law
enforcing officials to stamp oat th traf
fic, that the cared addict can rvtara
without having o fae ta temptation
of tb old haunts. Cooperatian between
federal, atata. county and city atrtborl
Ues in th appreheealoa of peddlers and
dealers la narcotics would, be eald, be
th only way to stop th trafra
Prank S. Oranu city attorney, pro-"
poeed that suiubte kerUiation be effect
ed whereby peddling narcotics could be
mad a felony for the first effens. Tb
tat law, be pointed out. classes th
crime ss s misdemeanor for the first
"t aosxrH COTA -
Tsncowver. Wasli, Jan. lt.- Joeeyh
Goto, ag4 U. SO00 Railroad avenue,
died at St. Joeeph hospital Wednesday.
U 1 survived by six sons aad six
daughters. Th body la at th V. H.
JOHIT GREATHOUSE 6ntTT
OF ASSAULT, IXTE5T TO BOB
John Greathouse waa convicted in
Circuit Judge Kavanaugh' department
Wednesday afternoon -of assault with
intent to rob, and th Judge set Mon
day afternoon at 2 o'clock as the time
for passing sentence.
Greathouse and a man known as
"Shorty," who made his escape, held up
a man at Fourteenth and Northrop
streets, the night of September 22. Their
victim happened to be Patrolman W. A.
Florence, dressed in civilian clothes. A
quick turn of his hand and he had his
gun out and was shooting.
Oregon City, Jan. 1 A meeting of
the city council and the charter re
vision committee recently appointed by
the mayor ha been scheduled lor ra
dar nixht. at which the first definite
steps toward the rebuilding of th operating-
system of the local administra
tion will be taken. .
It is expected here that the committee
will work out some application of the
commission form of . government in
ai4, tn awav tr htn a number of
definite flaws in the present system. I
Police regulation, licensing of business I
. - . . I V kMk. !
nouses auu iraasporutuuu. ww
keeping system and other departments
ar held to be in need of Improvement.
for which the centralised control of a
commission form of government is ad
vocated as a remedy.
It is understood that th commission
plan is a compromise between th ad
vocation of a business manager torm
and the revision of a counsilmanie sys
tem. On the one hand it Is claimed
that the change would be too radical.
Those favoring a wider !rergence say
that the present methods, aa well as
being obsolete, are not susceptible to
No definite action is to be taken at
the meeting other than the preparation
of the work and tha definite outlining
of what general lines it is to follow.
Although the committee of 10 contains
three representatives from th council,
not including the city attorney, it la
expected that no action will be taken
without calling on the entire council.
The session Friday is executive.
Of Food During 1921
Shown on Increase
Washinxtoh. Jan, IS. (U. P.) Al-
Greathouse fell with a bullet through I though America's foreign trade slumped
in dollars, due to price aecunea. ana ex-
Graham I porta of many articles have shown large
decrease, the foreign shipments of foods
show a large Increase in tonnage during
the year 1121. aa compared with 1120,
according to government reports today
Increase of 1821 corn exports was
Deputy District Attorney
prosecuted the case.
SATS ONE ARM TOO SHORT J
SUES BOCTOB FOB tll.MO
uiin n. jLirrc&aoii receouy luursa ai . . ,aA - -
$10,000 damage suit against Dr. Curtis I ' II V,V XI .V .7. I
17.000.000 bushels to 112.000.000 bushels.
and exports of 11 other major crop and
Holcomb, chsj-ging malpractice, but the
sftsxa wm i w-nsnrsk ? tae wawe mm est
motion lor a non-suit - Another $10,000 lod Products Increased.
suit, based on the same facts but charx
lng "breach of contract," was filed on
Wednesday afternoon. Th "breach1
came in the physician' Inferred promise
to set his patient's arm properly and
the alleged fact that, the arm that was
set is shorter than the other one
Parents Organize to
Fight Student Evils
Roseburg. Jan. 18. An 'Indignation"
meeting of parents of high -school stu-
There was more weening, and Laura I New Tork to the
finally asked Greta why she did not go I day.
COTJXTY BOABB OPENS BIBS
FOB CLEARING OF HIGHWAY dents was held st Sutherlin, Saturday.
The county commissioners today Cigarette smoUn hardj
over the telephone from f opened bids on the clearing of the Co- virorourdm and pir,u were
e White House Wednes- lumbla river highway between Mist falls wltfa teachera to
to her father with the story. I "I have signed' a conwwet," Bays said.
W,ntkM Wash Ti 1 a i I " wvuiu uui ucueva mo, vos gori I ui aia aunemeni, 10 serve as me execu
nnM not i h n iM ? tive head of a national association of
JU K. Moore, during the 23 years he I motion picture producers and distributors
rAiuu: . "T,- J. -. - tongue cost 3. H. Groh $800 in currency,
penan. Finland ; Conrad Hessler. Ru ?JdUZ "Inof .ZiAv to Je8sle' could hhJlh
sia: uorg A. rartis. anguuiu; euno . robberv Oroh was aj,ked Picture of his first wire, Greta's mother.
"M'kai i Hv tL a - . t ttt
in; jmof9 j. t rvis, ciwuwii BUUW rhtfhfw trt pAhhrv or, waa m airawi I piciure qi iuw Alton wue, uitub mouier, I jvw3 ua una aauvt'ia.uua wut
Mlhkoaen. Finland ; Nels H.llem. Nor- inTJS- m noolroom 1 f ,n house, according to Laura. Laura Me to atUln and to maintain the highest
wav z David P. llarvey. England : Frank I w. e. P -Ti . .rrr m J . I hiuMi -T. .ihi. f r I possible standard of motion picture Dro-
Jadmy, Germany; Edward 8KUr. Ru-1 ln l"" TrTt iinJZ I the second wife's refusal to let herlon andto develop to the highest
la vkl.la Pansann BlSWawyiSta la BM lMflSiriCte I r ' I . - . . a
ZZ nTilT VLZi Mr British -t OJnr P holdto the bills.
Tlc. ' JTX TV. r One of the highwaymen took the money
inir - -i , , I from this pocket without aearchinx Groh.
Hlaohey. Canada ; Spiroa Klia Kavoure. I irB "TOwwsnuiii .wn.
. BBOrt BXAB AT W0BX
Chahalis. Weak. fan. If. Bobert I
Lngan, employed at the Arkley Broth
er Lnmber company yards, dropped
dead while at work Tuesday. Ill wife
and three sons survive.
husband hang up a picture of the first I E! f ,8..rfL and eauca-
wif. that he Had had enlarged. . TwV- o."
-He brought it to my home, sayizur i ovoa
there waa no nlace in his home for it." I "I believe in the earnestness and in-
said the witness. "Knowing how Jeal-1 tegrlty of the determination to carry
ana feta wrtfa u ttt Inra Monro tna I ues purposes ana am COnvmcea
first wife. X believed I understood th the posslbUities of very large plans
. t. i- V i i. v.n land snecessful cnasummation."
Greta had a small room, furnished ' v . .r -w. -ZLiVL.
BerUn, Jan. 1. CU. P.) The German I with a cot. dresser, and one chair, in I TtZ IC.I TtZ TT-
government today accepted the in vita-1 the Moore home at Fourteenth and Was- J association made public the foilowtog
v mouu Mm uw. vvtuavuu; vitov nrow, un wiuwH awu. wx. uu statement
biuvvnu nauvna. i Mrs. xhoot naa a luxuTsou room, sne
added, while a very fine room was
given to D. Elrod, brother ef the wife.
1 Multno,na f"8- wm keeping these out of the high school.
James F. Clarkson made a bid of cost
plus 10 per cent The Manning Gaa
Maker company bid $4250 for clearing
a 10-foot strip or $6000 for clearing
the entire highway. The Johnson Con
struction company bid $11,000.
A representative of the M Inning Gss I Marshfleld, Jan. 19. An tone Sacchi,
Maker said that an experiment had owner of a large ranch between Coos
been made with a flame-thrower and I Bay and Bandon, while sawing wood.
that his comnanv was confident that I was caught under a rolling log and his
with 12 Carnes, SO feet long and four or I back broken. Physicians believe bis life
Ave feet in diameter, they-could clear I niay o ssvso uy m
tha hlx-hwa In fivw dava. I care.
Back Broken, Hope
Of Saving Life Held
FETID FOB KILLING BEEB
Hardine to Grant
Aged Woman's Plea Uoal Strike Will J5e
W I . M
Uailed, Hoover SSaysi
Washington, Jan. 11. (V. P. Presi
dent . Harding indicated late today he
would grant the plea of Mra. Margaret
It Is with the greatest satisfaction
and pride that we, who have represented
the motion picture Industry . in the ne
gotiations with Mr. Bays, announce that,
immediately after March 4 he will be
the active aad directing head of a na
tional association of motion picture pro-
aucers ana distributors.
SATISFIED WITH HATS
"We have secured the man we know
XIQTOR ABXX8TS STrXESOTJS
n.., V4t..ui r Rnri. wtMi. Keiso, wisn., Jan. iv ooerui 4. w.
ed early this week for killing deer out of Hoggstt and deputiee arrested 1 par
season and following a trial at Medford I iwr t9r possession of
was f!nl ISO arrardinr to a rnort fllad I "1uur- "w MuiB nawny l,vw
at the headquarters of the state game www , """
And.rwn. th- inrf motw , '1 the one best fitted to direct the
. 7- . -- 1 urwicnn iuub 01 Diuinunoiu com
mor i1"- half the way f rom Sioux I WOrkers will be carried out. according to
aaia. o. u. m us s iwwn w ner son, I .11 ndlca.tiona at the nresent time. Sec-
Jo DOW.,Trlnc two rw sentence 1 reUry of Commerce Hoover. saU today.
iur aiiecw gnwuw xroni am army.
City Ball Proceeds
Home Is Kestored
Kstiraate lata today war that the re
ceipts from "Our City Ball" held at The
Aodltorlam Wednesday night to provide
: fund to finance the work of th mayor I the German embassy to Karl Lang. Ger
Washington. Jan. 1. (TJ. P.) Th
German government waa restored to its
old home here today. Thomas w. Miller,
alien 1 property custodian, turned over
- AoArTyn ynnsr Twit
AMAKI59 STORT Or
unemployment committee, would be ap-'man charge d'affaires, restoring to the
proxunaieiy ivuu.. many ouwanoang 1 German republic the deed to the prop-
ucaeia om oaea cnecswq up, now- I artv.
ever, so uu eaiimmi waa oarury more
girl ciTKir $:m baxagxs
Hermiston, Jan. 19. A circuit court
Jury awarded Gladys Miller, lf-year-
old Hermiston gin. damages of $7S00
In a suit filed by her father against C
S. Nichols.' a rancher llvtnr north, of
Says U. S. Will Not
Attend Genoa Meet
industry to lu predistined place of im
portance in the civilization of today and
"The public -n find we will follow
the leadership of Mr. Hays with' that
faithfulness and enthusiasm which he
has never failed to inspire. We are
proud and happy in our association with
Mr. Hays and we look forward to the
future with perfect confidence."
The statement is signed by Adolnh
raxer, wuuam Fox. Marcus. Leew.
Louis J. Selxnick, R. C Cole, Samuel
uotawyn and Carl Laemmle.
Hays is returnlmr ax once to Wash
ington to prepare- for turning his de
partment over to his successor. It was
indicated by persons close to th post
master general that the name of Charles
G. Dawes is receiving great consideration
for, the vacancy.
1 ' Washington. Jan. 1. TO. P-V There
seems little possibility that the United
tows. In which aft attack: was alleged. I State win participate tn the Genoa, eco-
Nichols l serving a 10 year term In
the state prison for the crime.
semis conference, a high administration
official, declared today.
C05TZSTS ARB FLAX VEB
Central la. WsslL. Jan. tl Meeting at I
sDaber, the Lewis County Superintend-1
enta and Principal association decided
to bold county declamatory con testa. G. I
a, u 1 vins ot re Ell heads a committee
to arrange a schedule opening in Napa-1
Comoiittee to Meet
Mayor Baker has called a meeting of
the recently organised vigilance commit
tea. MMnnoseil of 100 dtixena voinnteer-
KATT BARREL CTJCRES MAS 1 tnx their services for emergency police
Ceotralla, Waah. ' Jan. ' IS. Joseph I work, for Monday night.' The meeting
Henderson, employ of the Standard Otl I will be held in the municipal court room
eempaay. waa injured Tuesday when a I ot the police station. ; Th duties ot the
IMLnnnn Kami . - & II .u.w W 1 . I . IH .Ut lia a rO I tuul thW li.
. i - - 1 m . -. v. in W HUM, VUl I wuiuilfciw w ... wrj .
I v ruth ihm lDchg kmc across tvls nirorj a-vd' Chx tf PoUce U V.
farhseart - r i a..' r- ne.-."- .- .
Concerted Drive on
Washington, Jan. M-(TJ. P.)- Con
certed drives to obtain repeal ot the
eighteenth . amendment have . been
started throughout the country, G. O.
Hinckley, secretary of the Association
Opposed to National Prohibition, de
HARDWARE XES ELECT
Spokane. Wash.. Jan. IS. By unani
mous vote,' delegates to the annual con
vention of the Pacific Northwest Hard
ware and Implement association elected
seven trustees as follows s John Camp
bell. Seattle 1 D. P. Hayes, Waitsburg
P, J. Pohhnaa, Spirit Lake. Idaho ; Fred
W. Thedigana. Monroe. Wash.; H. G.
Jaeger. Plummer, Idaho; K. L Da vies.
Prosser, wash-, aad IX O. welch-. Coulee
$$ BALL FORFEITED
Municipal Judge Bossman this morn
ing ordered $25 bail posted by Frank
Cody forfeited when tha defendant failed
to appear in court to answer to a charge
ef assault and- battery tiled by Lai
Hong, a Chinese vegetable merchant
Lai JSong charged Cody with striking
him in the eye after a collision between
the vegetable wagon and the latter au
tomobile January Is.
chtjta unr boss fixed
Use of adulterated milk by M. D.
Goon, owner of the China inn at Broad
way and Morrison streets, resulted in
Goon's being fined $20 by. District Judge
Hawkins Wednesday. Men rrom the
state food and dairy commissioner's of
fice made the arrest after numerous
Senators Unable to
Eeach an Agreement
Washington, Jan, 19. Republican sen
ators were unable to agree today on a
party policy with respect to 'payment of I
interest on th $11,000,000,000 debt owed
by foreign governments and other tea
tare ef the debt refunding bin. After
aa hour and a half of debate a secret
caucus, continued from yesterday, was
adjourned until 4 p. in. today, when ef
forts to obtain harmony will be
this Week J
f l'"- Keatet at th I
f ""yswTvYeetry I
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HOME PAPERS OX FILE
University of Oregon. Eugene, Jan. 19.
Eighty-two newspapers printed tar the
Northwest are available to students of .
the university seeking news of the "old
home town." according to library offi
cials. Scores of students make Us of
them 'each day. s
- CAMPra E3ROLLXX9T IMS
"' trnlversity ot Oregon, Fmgene' Jan. 19.
With 1S9 new students, the total campus
enrollment or the university is It 82, ac
cording to the registrar's office. The
enrollment of the medical school . tn
rv--t!ani brtnirA th total university en-
. 11 r sr k-' -
masterpiece is coming as
the most gigantic spec
tacle ever screened. '
Gigantic in Conception ux3 in
Romance irresistible threaded through
a maelstrom of hate and war and
Remarkable feats of Maciste the
Yea "Cabiria" is Wonderful!
s oe a
TJHTLL t P. JU AdslssWa
AFTER T. JU A1U $a
Lee fi ant $1
"Canarea always tie
An Fries An Xadsjlve ef War Tax
11 A. KL, 1, 3p 5, 7, 9 P. M. .
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