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TO CHAflGE CIVIL
SERVICE RULES TO
Change la the pr oat rules tor rvi
led for both the fir aad polio depart
nienta, so that men oa the eligible list
tor appointments may nave a few days'
ork each month, art be in considered.
Mayor George U Baker eald this moraine-.
As tha rules atand. no man Ip tha two
service caa lay off without losing car-,
tala Tights te'advance'ln per and rank
Man la both breaches have stated that
they would like to bar tha privilege of
taking Una off. and It la to accommo
date tbam a wall aa furnlah employ
mant to those needing It that aa ordi
nal haa been drafted. Tha ordinance
will be aubmltted to tha council Wednes
day by Conimiaatonar C. A. Btrelow.
"Tbar are a great number of men
who are qualified by civil aervlca ax
amlnatlona to fill placea in both eerv
tee who are without work at tha pres
ent timC the mayor aald. -By tha
present rule It la Impossible to give
them work on either force, but thle la
what we propoee changing. By allowing
them to work In' the place of a regular
.man for a few dayi each month they
caa eaan from $20 to IIS. This will be
a godsend to soma of these anen."
The American Legion and men In both
force bav approved tha plan. The
mayor made It plain that no man will be
ordered to lay off. but those requesting
it will be allowed to do so without for-
l Una M IL.I. J t
PJl in VFATHPR I?
UUUU HUM I Mill IU
(Ossttsasa FYosi Tm Oesl
the preeent siesa of cold weather baa
ret damaged Wasco county's orchards
'as far aa can be learned at the preeent
, time, cordlng to Couaty Agent Jack
man. Orchardtata hare been alarmed
; heeaase of the extremely low tempera.
, tiiree, remembering the disaster of mi.
when many orchards were wiped out of
existence, but no such result la antlcW
pated ttile time. Jaokman said.
I Tha 1111 frees, ha declared, earn
very suddenly, the traea eUll Under
fiom tha waather. This time tha treea
liave beooma acclimated to tha cold and
caa eland It, tha agriculturist a -ere.
JWOOBM TKKHBI.e. RBCATRID W
I. TO BUCK CK IN COLOMBIA
t Astoria, Jan. 10. Floating ice In th
; Columbia aa far weat aa lUlnler la re
, ported to be Interfcrtn with river traf
; fire to an exUet requiring the sheath
, Ing ef esse la having wooden bulla before
ascending tha rlrer. Tha steam achooner
, Celllo waderwent thla operation before
gotng.ap the river Thursday.
i Nearly aa Inch of mow fell her dur
Ing the Bight ad tha Umperatura fell
to ts above, Thla morning tha ther.
nwtneUr la hanging at 10. with tha
barometer faUlag and tha wind Indicat
ing a possible thaw.
V009 kiritft Rxrirrixo
iiiii ii coio wima
; Hood River. Jan. :. The lowest tem
perature her Thursday night waa II
above, with a cloudy aky and wind
shifting t tha north. Today tha thai-,
momewr la at 21 above, with low east
erly wind and high chlnook. and the
prospect are good for a break la the
rold waather. During tha below aero
twrled severe! rhlMraa auffa-t
eHabtfroetblU and local plumbers have
aeveral day ef work ahead nialrinr
Ptpeg broken by Um freexe. "
B09EBVB HAS COLDEST '
J EAOjr IX l( TEtU
Roeeburg. Jan. 10. The coldest Jasu
try day since 1811 waa reglatered hara
Thursday. There have been colder daye
la February and December, but Don
In January, i The thermometer reglatered
It degree above aero at I a. in drop
ping to 14 a little later. Tha record for
Roseburg la t above aero.
, XAJtSBriELD, II ABOTE ,
Marshfield, -Jan. t The mercury
went down to 11 degrees abov4 aero dur
ing th night Only twice In th SO years
government records have been kept haa
it reached that point. Th CoqutUe val
ley reports a few decrees colder. . Thla
morning Coos river waa f rosea over with
a thin coatiag of Ice. which haa not hap
pened since th early S0a.
BOABDxTAH SCHOOLS CLOSED
Boardmaa. Jan. 20. Owing to the
school plumbing being frosen, only the
high school department met Thursday
and today for semester examinations.
Tha second semester opena Monday.
KELSO, t ABOTE
Kelso, "Wash.. Jan. 20. The tempera
tor dropped to degrees above aero
Thursday mornlnr. Work h
on highway project aad mills.
CEKTRALIA, I ABOTE
Central la. Wash, Jan. 20. L a Tur
ner, United States weather man, re
ported that the thermometer dropped to
I degrees above aero here early Wednes
day mornlnr. The coldest mark Thnn.
day morning waa IS degrees above. '
RIDGE FIELD, ft ABOTE
Ridgefleid. Wssh.. Jan. 10. Tb tem
perature here Thursday morning was
IT above. Tuesday tha mercury dropped
to ft degrees above. Both lumber in
dustries, the sawmltla of the Ridgefleid
Lumber and Bratlie Brothers Mill com
panies on Lake river, are Idle.
Ashland, Jan. 20. The coldest weather
of thla winter, according to the local
weather observer. Louis Dodge, oc
curred Wednesday night, when tha ther
mo meter registered I degrees above
TAJTCOCTEB REPORTS RISE'
Vancouver, Wash.. Jan. 20. A rise in
temperature of I degree to II above
waa Indicated this morning.. A slight
snowfall occurred, with prospects of
SXOW CLOSES MILL
Sandy, Jan. 20. With a 12-inch enow,
fall, the Cameron A Hogua sawmill at
Aimes waa compelled to shut down Its
HOQTJIA. IT ABOTE
Hoqulam. Wash.. Jan. 20. A half-Inch
of snow falling her Thursday was ac
companied by chilly winds which brought
tne temperature down to 17 degrees, th
lowest of the year.
HEEPKER, IS BELOW
Heppner, Jan. 20. Tuesday night the
mercury dropped to 11 below sero.
Parker's Mill, 25 miles south, reported
a temperature of 32 below.
Inorease in City
Despite a somber of releases, records
la th city health otflc show this morn
las? that tha number of f.mlli.
quarantine for smallpox in increasing
iwim iimiim were quarantined thia
morning, making th total number in
th city 7L Three days ago th number
Kelso, Wash., Jan. 10, Rev. E. E.
Relaner, pastor of the Kelso Methodist
church, plana to open a series of evangel
istic meeting at the church, January
IS. with Rev, J. T. McQueen, former pas
tor, aa speaker.
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'Alter two reversals in the supreme
court, th ease of Thomas M. Akv
against Patrick R. Moloney and Tom
Bwenncs, dctectivea, was again assigned
for trial In th circuit court. Judge Mor
row being given the case.
: The detectives killed Walter E. As
kay. a boy who was a passenger on a
Streetcar, at Fifth and Pin tr,t. r.
oember S5. lS14. whea they were pw
uuig ana snooting at John Jones, a
Ttomu M. Aakay. th admlnlatrstm-.
aued for 7S00 damag. Th first trial
was before Circuit Judge McGinn and
th Plaintiff rot a mrdiot r timu m..
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supreme court reversed the decision aad
caa was sent hack to tha circuit
her tt cam up again befor
Juda Bingham, Thm nlaJntlf t fuut
and again th caa went to th supreme
" n ws reversed a second
At tha time of th killing Moloney and
Swennes had captured Johi Jones, who
bad juat robbed on WlUla E. Hinea
of a watch and boiut. whii
taken to th police station Jones broke
trow nis captors and fled. One of the
bulleu fired after him crashed Into a
streetcar and killed the boy.
Charles Johnaan mnA ' r. w
neighbor oa Enrol Heights, wore fined
w wen py uisiTic judge DeJca this
morning on chargea of having moon.
Shine In their nnearsninn Tii t.u
facing each other across the street, were
i &iuou vnis morning py jDeputy Sheriffs
Chrtattofferaen, Beeman, Schirmer and
Wolf. Both had 10-ralln wa.V.W.11
sUlla and email quantities of moonshine.
tODBtnmed Ito Pass Oae)
der secretartea one for the army and
tha other for the navy.
The public health service, which under
the Brown plan would be a bureau of
the new denartmeat of nnsiiii
would have charge of aU distilled Uq-
w wineo, control oi which Is now
vested In the Internal revenue bureau.
ALSO TEAS SEEKS MARKETS
The plan also would provide for the
transfer of the bureau of markets and
the bureau of roads' from the depart
ment of agriculture to the commerce
department, the bureau of forestry from
the department of agriculture to the de
partment ef the Interior and for the
transfer of the patent office and the bu
reau of education from tha department
of the Interior to the new department
of public welfare.
The coast guard service, which Is now
under the treasury, will be transferred
under the new reorganisation plan, to
the new department ef national defense,
being directly under th under secretary
for th navy. Th llfeaavmg service,
which now is under th treasury, baa
been assigned, under the new plan, to
the department of commerce, but the
revenue cutter erviee- remaima in the
treasury department ii
Freed From Booze
Charge, Man Bays
Game Law Penalty
Hood River. Jan. WU.Rim trlnnk
who with th Strfcob brotheqi wag re
cently arrested on a charge, of moon
shininir and waa releawui r h umA
declared be took no part In the making
Of the liauor. although he admitted haw.
Ing purchased prunes and sugar, wag
rearresiea mis morning charged by
wune waroen jjougneriy with having
fresh deer hide and horns In him nn
session. Te pleaded guilty "and was
tinea 3vo ana coats, From the time
or his arrest to the paaeln got sen
of his arrest to tha Baaslns at an
Sheriff Johnson thla morning received
a letter from Washinrton state iwnitan.
tiary authorities asking for details of
vinnaroo, a record nere, saying a man of
red's deaoriptlon bad served a nttnfft
OIOBOE vfEBSTEK OJJjjg
Cantralla. Wuh . Tan Ml r
Webster Quia, aged It, died Thursday at
th bom of his son. Chart Quln, fol
lowing a lengthy Illness. ,
LAST TIMES TODAY
J- nr. filmed from
Maad Adams' Uf success
. nd feiittninf Betty Cora? son.
LEADERS ADDRESS N. VV.
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BIsbOD II. Theater Rmlth nt fnHi.
(top), who wm apeak at the Xlrat
Methodist (4isnvh rnil-1i tin
closing scasrion of the Korthwest
W1 Ml . . .
Bysabe (center). annprintAnHemt
Methodist mlanlnns fn Pmiu..
Dr. E. IV. KobJstedt of Cbicevgo
(1 W 1
ocivw), fnrector or ndd activl
ties for the commitfcoe on conaerva
tion and advaniw vho wtn
Ulnstrated lectore at the White
II. 17. HOOK
III HEED OF 725,
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by the Sunday achooj board. Be tali
u aoenuiwe Baa IncreSLsea
K.eCnd that.lH.000 Sunday school
member had Joined the church during
the year, .
CHU-D IXTK VISCCSETf ; : ' : . '-'
Dr. Charlee F. Oethrie. erreepeading
secretary ef tha Enwnrth v-nA
the young people how their ergaahtatloa
Northwest Methodlam will need T2S
workers within the next five years, de
clared Dr. ES, C Hickman, president of
Kimball College of TneoJogy, at the
luncheon at the First Methodist church
today noon. ; Dr. Hickman is one of the
speakers on the Northwest Methodist
convention program. He gathered thee
iignres dt a questionnaire sent to t
North weat district superintendents. -
Reallea from IS annrintaHn,a
the following needs: One hundred and
kwaava u ue ptacea ex supply
preachers. iS te fin the places ef retired
ministers, 74 to work la new fields, 14
for special work. I ssslatsnt pastors. S9
aecretartea. 70 deaconesses. M duca
tional superintendents, 4) social work
upvnaixaaaois na is tor nusceilaneous
Variooa tihaaea of tha
slonary ducation were diacussed this
raomnig py nine speakers as follows:
"Worship In the Sunday School.'' Dr.
Ceorra B Pratt nf . ni.
Missions. Needs and OpportuniUea,"
wv. a. vemuiya or Ban Francisco ;
"The Story of New Home Missions,"
Rev. J. J. Laxca ef Salt Lak Clt-r .
cial dddresa by Dr. E. W. Bysabe, super-
uitonoent or Methooust work in France ;
"MlseJonary Education In the Sunday
School,- Dr. W. a Bovard of Chicago ;
"Missionary Education in the Epworth
League.1 Rev. W. D. Klrkpa trick ; "The
Ua of th StereopUcon." Rev. F. M.
Jasper of Portland ; The Church Paper
aa a source oi intormation." Dr. k. u.
Mills of Pnrtlanat rff1U in ,v.
Distribution of IJterature," Dr. Charles
macvaugney oi f oruana ; adlreas
Biahon H Latp Smith nt Twill.
Dnlv tha catahllahmant nt trttm Cr4m-
tian srinoinlaa in tha hurt ana Ufa tf
every last man In America and in the
moat aistant mission una can safeguard
tne world against future ware." Dr. E.
D. Kohlatadt at rThieava aaM at th.
oneninr aaaaion nf tha vnSitint ThnH.
oay nignt. i-r. ivonisteat is oirector or
neia acnviuea zor tne committee on
conservation and advance.
REMEDY IS CLAIMED
Th spread of Christian principle is
the sole remedy for the tragic present
situation that la more than an economic
or political emergency." he concluded.
The Sunday school auditorium of the
First Baptist church was also filled last
night with young people and 8unday
Dr. W. S. Bovard. correspondlnaT sec
retary for the board of Sunday schools,
spoke on The Modern Sunday School."
He said the Methodist Sunday school "is
going concern." Figures for 1121
show an enrollment of 4.750,000. an In'
crease during the year of 80.000. or
70,000 more than ever reported before
FRIDAY, JANUARY IX lrs.
llAai ss-flsTss Tirssart srf . tha avka B am, l.a.
- - - ww-gt aasBi awunvasei va ,
war. H amid th older boards of the
church had now officiary recognized th
board of Epworth league and had given
It a place In executive meeting along
with other general boards of the church.
jlt. uuuma nrgaa th young people to
take advantage ef the educational ad.
vantage afforded them by the church
institutes. ; i , j v i ,
Arrangements have been made to have
Dr. KOhlatarit rrn.at ttla trinarai 1.
tore at the White Temple tonight for the
wnaui vi ue young peopi.
Ly activities will be presented at th
banquet thia evening at the First Meth
odist church between f and T 40 O'clock
oy yr. wiarenc TTUO WUson fthfl I- D.
The closlne- maaa nwotinr will Va at
the First Methodist church at 7:45
ecraca fonignt. The speakers win be
Dr. B. E. Parker, new pastor of the
church, Biahop H. Leater Smith of India
and Blshog W. O. Sbepnrd of Portland.
For Miss J. Smith
Funeral service for Miss Jennie H.
Smith of 20 S Twelfth street were held
this afternoon at I o'clock at Holman's
Undertaking parlor. Miss Smith died at
the age of (9 year followrlng a stroke of
paralysis. She was a stater ef Mis
Mary E. Smith of this city, of Charlee 3.
Smith, former head of the O. R. N.
company of Portland and now a finan
cier of Seattle, and Luln E. Smith of
. Miss Smith, who was born In Ken
tucky and later fealded in Kansas City,
has made her home in Portland since
1890. Until a few years ago the family
real dene was at U Hoyt street Miss
Smith waa a teacher In the primary de
partment or Portland academy for sev
ral years. During her lifetime she has
been an active member of the First Pres
byterian church and for SO years was
superintendent of the primary Sunday
For the funeral services Mrs. J. F.
Eaton, a sister of Mrs. Charles J. Smith
of Seattle, and PrescoU Smith. nephew
of the deceased have arrived In the dty.
Following the service final rites were
scheduled at the Portland crematorium.
Dr. Harold Leonard Bowman officiating,
RET. WILS03T vTHITJTET
Harrison A. Whitney ef Sutton St.
Whitney, received a telegram Thursday
announcing the death of bla father, tha
Kev. Wilson Whitney, at Bedford. Ind.
The elder Whitney was 78 years old
and had been for many years one of th
most prominent pastors In the Middle
FORD'S OFFER IS :
ACCEPTED BY U. S.
Wsungten, Jan. :v UL p. Th
contract between the government and
Henry ; Ford en Ford's offer for the
Muscle Shoals power plant has been
ecamteted and will ha nt n swa
signature late today. Secretary of War
n)uiiceo The, contract : was
drawn, up by Ford's experts aad the of
fice of Ue judge advocate general of the
KIT CHE X STOIS EXfLODEI
Castle Rock. Waah Jan a. ...
plosion caused hy frosen pipes aad
waterback. demolished a stove and th
kitchen at th home of Fred Garrison,
south ef town. Mr. aad Mrs. Garrison
were slightly scalded.
Askif Farm Loans
. : Are -Being Held; Up
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XPaahlnrhJL Jul o rr a i n.a.
onot today adopted a resolution re
tttttUai mi federal tarn loan hoard,
to Inform the senate aa to the truth.
vi rcptrrs aax .nappuoatlona for farm
leana are helng held up." The reaolu
tkm eras sponsored by Senator Snoot.
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Aa adoptad by'th senate, the resol
tioo carried sua amendment offered by
Senator Hgiriooa. (D, Miss.), asking
tn board t give the senate a etateeaeat
of the amount of applications stow eat
file wtui farm loan banks.
" BLOCa COXTEST ATTEACTg '
Centralia, Wash. Jan. lO-Keeai la
tereet Is being enanleatad by cltisons- of
CentralU tn a elegaa eoatret mtt tha
Chamber of Commerce for a aDver saving'
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GUARD HITS ARE PAID
Salem. Jan. 20. Two bundles, number
ing 166 new crisp U. 8. treasury checks,
were received by George A. white, adju
tant general, Thursday, for distribution
W members of Battery A. field artil
lery, and the howitser company, l$ad
infantry, Portland, tor armory drUL All
units win.be paid within a few days.
It waa said, the total amounting to snore
than 150,000, the largest amount received
by tho state tor six months period.
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when you invite his "gang" in for sand
wiches made of
Nothing tastes quite so good
. after m strenuou playtime.
is delivered fresh to yew grocer every day.
Log Cabin Baking Co.
: s 1 Vaacoarer mnd try ;
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Is it costing you too
much to liye?
Good Housekeeping wil help
you solvw the cost of Uvinj,
help you save on the cost of
clothing, groceries fuel, enter
tainment, etc. It will bring joy
and efficiency into your home.
In ue big February issue, 61
features and 7 stories. How
about taking a copy home to
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