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TUESDAY, JANUARY 31. IS 22.
TZv OREGON.- DAILY JOURNAL.. PORTLAND, OREGON
rru p r
IN 3 TONGUES TO
, . ...-....
what, tst within a few minute the eela
ntograph acain vu starting- tts record of
a gigantic earth disturbance.
Community singing in three languages
will be a feature of the citizenship meet
n to b held Wednesday evening in the
Falling athooL Popular and patriotic
annua of th Jewish. Italian and Ens-
Hub DeouU will be prlltt4 tn too na
ttve Ivupux on song sheets and the
Hebrew songs will alao be printed in
- phonetics to anablo all to join' In the
sinclng. The "abir" win bo lad by J. C.
Henderson, executive secretary of Conv
munitjr Mrrlca. '
A second untqoe feature will bo
dumb ban drill by It boys and girls of
I ha orbooU who hare boon coached by
Mies Bnm Steal, a teacher. Eleven na
tin will be represented In this drill
TTito -lll be selections by an Italiar
onhejtra. a speech by a member of th
Italian co'onyl a chorus of girls frorr
tr Nelffliborhood House directed b
Vmi Ma Lowenberg:; an adores.
- "whr.t America lias Meant to Me." by
Jacob Weinnteln, address by John Helt-
' semper on "Kouh Portland's place Ir
the Propeeed Zoning: Bytem" ; a 'show
ing of the Community Chest film : ad
dress on "Portland's Amerlcanlsatlon
Week. February 11 to XV by Mr. Hen-
11 Ua rnnU Porter, principal of th
-Failing arhoot i' Mlaa Loewenberg. hes'"
Worker of the Neighborhood Ho:ise
V Negat, .chairman of the American
SH'lot ctimmlttee of the Council of Je
lh Wmn. and Mrs. Ida H. Beypr
preatdrnt of the Falling Parent-Teacher
a-ooclailwn. are working with Hender
son to' piake the meeting one of In.
. et ruction and Interest and a general In
vital ton Is extended to. tha public to at
tend, - . -
XVf YORK SECKITES BIGGEST
IHUVa BiatS (Ll'UBUS l-amr. j
New. York. Jan. 81.- L N. , a) The
moat violent and longest continued
earthqriake tremors recorded since the
machine was installed in 1912 were re
corded on the seismograph at the Ameri
can Museum of Natural History here
today. The tremors started at 1:28 and
at 19 M were sUH being registered.
SHOCK THROWS 3TIEDLB
Denver. Colo.. Jan. IWL N. & The
most severe earthquake tremors ever re
corded on the seismograph of St. Regis
college were reported today by Father
Forestall. In charge of the Instrument.
He said the shocks, which occurred be
tween :X0 and 7 :4 a. irw shook one of
the needles from the drum. He esti
mated the quake waa about 1500 miles
distant, but could not say in which direction.
i lli ls Ys
(By Catted Sam)
New York. Jan. 3L Mrs. Margot As
quith, .sometimes known as the most
bltingly sarcastic woman in England,
bit off a few for the benefit of reporters
upon her arrival here on the steamship
begin a lecture tour - of
UXITT.RSITT RECORDS SHOCK
Santa Clara University. CaL. Jan. 11.
(I. N. &) The worst earthquake shock
In years waa registered on the seismo
graph here thia morning, beginning at
5:4. The main shock was of IVi min
utes' duration. Father Ricard estimated
that the center of the shock was Sl
kilometers southeast of here.
BY SEVERE QUAKE
tCoatloaed From Pi I Oar)
SOT FELT IX SAN LUIS
Kan Luis. Sonora. Mex.. Jan. SI. (U.
T) Radio queries sent throughout
Northwestern Mexico today revealed the
act that this morning's earthquakes re
corded at various seimograph stations
throughout the United States were not
rlt In this area.
MOTE RIO AFFECTED
Vonte Rio. CaL. Jan. 51. (I. N. S.)
alieht earth tremor was felt here
rtl after ' o'cioi:' this morning
i :.. R'.o Is . "R mil -r north of San
RING THrZFT TAXED
TO EX !
us lie vefe whether correctly or oth
erwise,, the future will make plain that
Baker will lend bis personal support to
someone other than Okott, who will not
have the indorsement of the Federated
societies..'' -.-. ;'
MAT IXDORSE FATTERSOX
Political prophets also tend to the idea
that Senator Patterson, barring the pos
sibility of "a dark horse candidate bear
ing the gonfalon of the Federated soci
eties, will be given the indorsement of
that articulated organization, and that
there will be, when the primary tourney
is ran. four candidates for the Repub
lican nomination. Olcott. Bean. J.JT. Lee
and Patterson, or the dark horse, whoso
ever he might be.
IN PURCHASE DF
FARMS IS URGED
graph company placed the time at
' Some reported the tremor so light as
to be- hardly " noticeable, while others
said It vaa-of sufficient vibration to
awaken them from a sound sleep.
.The police department had no report
other . than that . several men reporting
at the station at 7 o'clock reported hav
ing felt .it at home.
Ne damage of any kind has been re-
The Pacific cable reported no Inter
ruption Of service., and both naval and
private -wireless companies said no re
port of 'seismic, disturbances had
reached them-Trora the Pacific.
"Don't ask! me about politics. I'm
more interested in your prohibition law .7
she said. "I haven't followed the sub
ject closely, but it seems to me liquor
is something the neb can get and the .
poor can't. !
"1 think prohibition was a good thing
to try, she ventured, "and I don't know
but that it's a good tning to continue.
Are the stocks getting pretty low T'
iO READ HER 2TOVEE
Mrs. Asquith emphatically asserted she
was in America not to be entertained.
but to read : extracts from her next
novel, which promises to be quite as
sensational aa her published diary that
raised such a storm in Great Britain.
"I don't care to meet any social lead
ers," she stated. When told that several
"social celebrities" were making plans
to receive her, she replied: "Are they;
who are they? I don't know any .in this
countrr. That's Quite nice of them.
The only American woman she had
heard of much was Mary Pickford. "and
1 never sa-. her even on a film," Mrs.
Afxiuith Haiti. As for Jane Addams
a ell. Mrs. Asquith lighted another
cigarette and asked slowly: "Who is
she?" Certainly she knew Lady Astor
former American girl, taking part in
British politics. "But I don't believe
English women are going to make much
1 headway along that nne," she said.
"Marearet Bung-field, secretary or tne
woman's trade union league, would make
a good parliamentarian, but there are
not many like her,
THIJfK WAR FUTILE
Charred with the theft of a $1000 "Tea, British women approve of the
diamond ring, J. W. Paisley, until last Irish free state. They think war is
Frldav nieht a SDecUl officer attached futile.
to the police morals squad, was arrested Mrs. Asquith expressed the belief that
ifnnriav aftrnnnn at his rooms, is t labor has lost rrouna in cngiana, aue
Park street, by Inspectors Hellyer ana to recent striKe maneuvers, sue us one
vc.n... tw Knnn ilnt of Mrs. Hose or tne lew raeusa wuinen uwrraicu
t i, m d.v ,.-wt tne laoor movement, sue saiu. runuta
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Mrs. Letch alleges that Paisley visited nasn i yet oeeu iiuwen uV 1 '""'''"'''
The opportunity to own farms ought
to be kept open for people of moderate
In hta formal statement announcing 1 means and we hi
Baker said" ' the man with $3000 can be financed in
My name has been mentioned fre-1 buying a $10,000 farm, or how the man
candidate, for the Republican nomina-1 a $20,000 farm." declared Dr. El wood
SStSE". SVtlty??Z o California at the Western States
reports and rumors at rest by advising I Extension conference at the Multnomah
my inenas ana tne pubtic tnat i nave hotel this morninv
no intention whatever of becoming a I W1B Bor,U1.
candidate. I make this statement with I A great many questions enter into
full appreciation of the confidence im- I .,: t . . , . . .
nnuj in , mDnv .,,i.in. "" uengui or time Jn wiuch to make
ances and others who have urged me to I paynrlenta " interest rate which a settler
seeK tne nomination. r" anoru to pay; aia ana advice needed
MITCH WORK REMATwa I to avoid mistakes and to use the settler'
I am nnw at KurinT,inr n... ia iaoor ana capital to the best advantage.
term as mayor of Portland, and in this e have to evolve a credit system under
capacity I feel that there is a big work which money can be borrowed to com-
to be preformed for the people of this plete improvements and to buy needed
uJlJ livestock. Here is a fruitful and almost
Itt TinXancy7 tisas expoiuor d unPlore1 r the extension
many municipal problems requiring at- I service.
tenuon. i reel mat it is my duty to re-1 FARMERS DECREASING
main as mayor during the balance of
my present term. I The entire country is Interested in
io become governor of the great and I tne disquieting increase in farm tenancv
progressive state of Oregon is an honor and in measures to either lessen its
f ,,. T f oaE, growth or change its character. Not
among us. It is an honor which no clt-I ltv . j, .
wn vhow lift. rtoriiutort in th nnK. I " u.i. uic fci iitrcuwr iu uuuu
lie service can regard lightly, and. be-1 lation in this country during the last
cause of the assurances I have received I decade. 23,000 less farms are cultivated
from people throughout the state, 1 1 by owners than 10 years ago. Unless
have considered the proposition fully. I something is done to check this extension
Polish Chemist to
Wed Heiress Worth
' Some $40,000,000
Philadelphia. Jan. Jl. (U. P.) Anas-
atase Voiurianskl of Warsaw.- Poland.! a
chemist employed at the Baldwin Loco
motive Works, here, win be married Sat
urday to Mrs. Marion B. Stephens, re
ported to be a $40,000,000 heiress, be in
formed the United Press today.
Vonslaski. who is a "dean-cat, clear-
complexiOOed, wcU-dressed young man
of 23, speaks English with a decided for
eign accent, and had considerable diffi
culty with, the Interviewer's questions.
He spoke frankly of himself and of the
marriage, aaying that he and Mrs. Ste-
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John L. Burns, charged with being
one of the murderers of James Harry
(Buck) Phillips, admitted on the stand
today that he was the author of the let
ter, taken from Dan Casey's pocavt in
t V Mttntv 4 tl Im mtt;H . K. .Ilhl tn
en." '!Tlenda nln' T,nUV-1 by Bum. and Cay in their
tr . I trials was framed.
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!iwa aema BOd0 ter in detail wlrh Burns and Burns
L.ZZ- ZZJrZl Jlw " ""T nitalned that aD the things he told
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WINDOWS IN OREGON
(CanthmeA From Pas One)
half the farms of this country will be
cultivated by renters 10 years from now.
The last census showed that four out
of every 10 farms were cultivated by
tenants. The disastrous slump in farm
prices is leading to a great increase in
foreclosures and consequent Increase in
tenants. In many of the states from
20 to 25 per cent of the farms will be
sold under mortgage foreclosure in 1922.
In some counties 70 per cent -of the farms
are now held by non-residents.
"In the absence of either laws or cus-
The quake l&ted for about 30 seconds fcf ?T 4
icnui j vii a-ai aca-i iu, w jSv'ev.v aaaias ua
and caused windows to rattle in a very
... , I payment of Improvement made, to give
reported, however. The , newly con
structed Savage Rapids irrigation dam
was not damaged .by the shock.
hen she went to put on her ring, short- ' 7A "".,Tr " "
y after Paisley's departure, she found I , EnVlanT
hat It had disappeared from the dresser .,,, w, , the
.vhere she had left it. I ,' ,- i Hhnuld have left
Paisley siouuy maintainea ni iiuiu- . ... . cQ wanted to
cense when questioned by detectives and the love out of u and jeave only
declared that . ne Knew noinms oi the punctuation.
ring, except ne naa nunvru umv
had it on at a party, which they both
ttended previously Sunday evening.
Mrs. Lelch told police that while Pais
ley was in her apartments she was
called to the telephone, and when so oc
cupied. Paisley had wandered around
the room. She said she thought nothing
QUAKE THROWS RECORDER
' Or AT , CAMBRIDGE, MASH.Iof lt at tiiri((i bUt when she missed
MOVIE DEAD TOTALS 95;
tility due to good cultivation or apply
ing fartilizers, tenancy in this country is
synonomous with neglected buildings.
nwftvvii T p rTic it l oepieiea lertuity ana a iacK 01 interest
Canyonville. Jan. 31. Residents were ln education, roads and the things which
awakened at 5 :20 o'clock this morning make country life attractive.
Bten were arrested, when one was held
in one corridor of the Jail and the
In another. lt was evidently
given by Burns to a trusty to carry to
his friend. Chief Jailor Jackson caught
Casey with It.
Burns denied that he naa one of th
two men who were robbing a boxcar in
Mocks bottom the r.ighi of Jane 14 and
who killed Phillips, an O-W. RAN
special a rent, when be interfered with
them. He admitted ownership cf the
gun found ln the storeroom at
Russell street, when he and Casey were
arrested there three days after the kill
ing, but ddared that the gun found un
dr the pillow In his room belonged to
The second gun Is the one the state
'almii fired at lent one of (he bullet
.. ken from Philips" i-oA; . ("omparteoi'
cf the bullet with the bore of th. gun
l ' gun experts substantiates the Mate"
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ALLEGED ATTTO THIEF CAST
GITE BAILj 8ET5T TO JAIL
In default of $150 bond. H. H. Ed-
by a distinct earthquake shock, a wave
apparently running from southwest to
northwest. The quake lasted about a
half minute, rocking beds and rattling
Cambridge, Mass.. Jan. IL (U. P.
An earthquake so violent that It threw
the recording needle off its tracing arm
, waa recorded at Harvard university sta
' tlon today. The seismograph Indicated
that the -disturbance waa several thou
and miles away.
RIGID INQUIRY IS 6
(Cam tinned From Paee One)
the ring the incident occurred to her.
Patrolmen Smith and Green answered
riot call at Sixteenth and Taylor streets
Sunday evening, and when they arrived ouirv bv the senate district committee
at the place they round t-aisiey, witn particularly Into reports that a ring of
H. H, Hogeli. also an ex-special officer, profiteering constructors in league with
b wiimi.im iiMv.tn, Af In a room where a number of empty local building inspectors has been put
th HloMntDk station, stated that "an I liquor Dottles were aiao iuuhu, mcu- i ung up cueap aim uaiisenjus u"'"B
unusually heavy earthquake shock was In to their report to the commanding here.
recorded shortly after o'clock this officer. CITY 18 sTTJUKED
tnornin- Ar.abotit i :o it became so in jau uoiwit evening r-tuaicjr au- , . , .vw insii
violent that the needle went off the drum mltted to newspaper men that he had . , insi8tnt over jhe stunned
on which. the record is made, putting been diinking-'at the above place with OTTi caAAone.A -ltv ,hir.h imiv is hurv-
the selstno graph .temporarily out of I a number of other people, including Mrs. in 10 of o,. dead. Meanwhile the work
commission.? - ' I Lich. He said they were both some- f ra-inff the remaininir walls of the
Professor Woodward estimated the I u hat affected bv their drinklns. At the tV&q mm kas ot o rtaH Tha wnrtr ia nrV.
eartnquaae waa aooui mm miies irum i party he noticed a diamond ring on greasing slowly because of the danger
WORLD RACKED 1-fi OF
v 15CH, FR0FES90R REPORTS
Berts ley. CaL. Jan, IL (L N. &V
The earthquake early today was record-
Mrs. Lelch's finger, he said, but that 0f a collapse which would bury work-
when he visited her apartments ne saw
nothing of It.
CALLS CASE FRAMECP
South American diplomats today at
tended services for Mme. Virginia Fe-
Paisley, in maintaining his innocence, , ' h, lni forRnoon from the
ed here at . the University of California I declared that the whole thing was ' Guatemalan legation and St. Pauls
I Catholic church, after which the body
will be sent to Ventura, CaL
The tragic roll was expected to be
augmented during the day by the deaths
on a selamocraDh so adjusted as to res-1 trameup. -He said that since his activ
istsr only very heavy shocks. It began I ty as an attache on tne morals squaa,
most abruptly and was so violent the I bootleggers and lawyers had openly de-
record Ing pens were thrown from their I cared they were going to get him.
course. It started at 1:11 and lasted I paisley and his working partner, Ho- I nt t least three more of the iniured per
until I a. m. Professor A. O. Lawson I gelL were discharged FYiday by Cap-1 sons They are Dr. Clyde Gearhart,
Mlimatea uie center w umwm vmw wiui- lain jonn a. jnooro, acuus tuiei oi ui-i Mtsa tarlln UDSflaw ana tiQwara win
In (00 miles., but the nature of the roc-1 ore tors, after testimony by witnesses I lams. E. H. Shauchnessv. second assist
erd precluded determining the direction. I jn municipal court had rattled seemingly I ant postmaster general, who was tn a
Th earth movementi pere was one anu a few skeletons in Falsleys closet. serious condition yesterday, was report-
one half millimeters, , I At that time Paislev denied charres l thia mornine- aa ereatlv improved.
The entire World Was rocked one I from tha vltneaa atand that he had been TTnanttala were at ill crowded With the
'twenty-nrtn or an incn, rroieeeoT u- arrested on a llauor charsre. but later iniured. manv of the victims being per
on said in a statement issuea toasy i admitted he had. when court records manently maimed.
aner be baa cnecaea reaoiogs u me i introduced ahowine that he had
selmnoaTapn. -.-''. I k- t fiat! r4 A tmmt fmTmmA fAtlnwtniy m INSPECT ALL AMUSEMENT
llauor raid In the Chamber of Commerce "A'1'3 ""
SERVICE IS AVAILABLE
"Because the extension service conies
in direct contact with the life of the
people and knows what farms are culti
vated by the tenants and the percent
age of farms cultivated by their owners,
it is the best situated of all educational
agencies to help work out plans for re
stricting tenancy or giving it a more de-
Educators representing the state-supported
institutions of the Northwest
went strongly on record for clean ath
letics at the closing session of their con
ference today when they passed a reso
lution condemning- profeeraronalisrn and
Pieglng cooperation in weeding pro- neTTT coTnty "jaTl
fesslonals from their schools. vl Mnnla tn Tteteral 'iwln Woiverton
Represented at the conference, which pending his trial. Edwards waa brought
was called at the Multnomah hotel to to Portland Saturday by Deputy United
discuss the problems of higher educa- states Marshal A. M. Smith of Seattle,
tion. were, the Universities of Oreron. u ia etrmi with Prank E. Martin.
Washington and Idaho. Oregon Agricul- alias Douglas Whorton. with transport-
tural college and Washington State col- nK the' auto of Ralph Moody of Seattle
lege. The stand on athletics came to Portland. Martin was arrested here
about as a result of Informal discussion December 27. Federal officials say the
of charges of professionalism made arrest has cleaned up eight stolen auto-
againsi some taetem colleges and it mobile cases. The complaint ussued by
was decided, as a means of keepin? United states Commissioner Fraser al
siich practices out of the Northwest, to )fes that Edwarda brought the stolen
rcdiunn-uie policies wnicn inaiviauai I Moody car from Seattle to Vancouver.
niBuiuuoiiH nave always attemptea to wash., where he exchanged it for a ma
chine said to have been stolen in Port-
KTW TOP AT W
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SHOCK LASTS TEX SECONDS
LS MEDFOED, REPORT SATS
Med ford. Jan. 31. An earthquake
Khrwtr laottnv annorantlv o Vwm i t 1(1 nfV1-
onds was distinctlv felt here about 5 :20 sirable character than it has today.
o'clock this morning. The movement Pei"-ers were. ,Lean j. i. jar-
waa severe enontrh that furniture was d Of Oregon Agricultural college, F.
moved in the rooms and plaster cracked a- "-""ley or moniana, a. tu. Bowman oi
on walls. A continuous rumbling for Wyoming, C. W. Creel of Nevada, S. B.
a minute afterward was heard. This be- Nelson of Washington, D. C.,. and H. G.
ing the most severe shock in this part I Eddy of California.
Of the country, it is the chief topic of I Among the visitors at the conference
land by Martin.
M RS. WTRTZBARGER GRISTED
STAT OF EXECrTIOS BT JUDGE I HORTHY
conversation here today.
Is G. L. Noble, secretary of the national
committee on Boys' and Girls' club
work.. This committee is headed by E.
T. Meredith, former secretary of agri
culture, and is composed of business
nuv . atti Airn TicmTT I ul,aln'- A defendant, who Paisley was
. IK BEATTLK A1TD THiaiTI H .i... .1M ttifi. that h.
IB, rjnitMl Ncnl
New York. Jan. 31. Recent collapse
appearing afjauist. aiso wwunea mat ne . ... r.,.,(w1 Amerk-Jin then-
Van 11 W S VJtr I . . .. 7
violent wei4 the earth shocU recorded . al . U , lvory ter. Brookl-n. with a loss of the lives of
It Uhe tslty of WaSgtoThe ""h. yJnt " W9 olf" proT seven workmen, and of the Knlcker-
?har.s TrmSSu . o tott di of the nth" h w" ,rald V1 would bocker theater. Washington, with an
!hrl-Jl" JS S-i. -I- be found In hia possession. estimated death toll of more than 100.
fr -hort oerlod about I II e'clock this Detectives made a thorough search in should result in an immediate nation
ntornln. jU needles readjusted them- P"-iIT effects for the missing dla- wide Inspection of amusement buildings,
Vtint and enntinuad tn trace I tnond ring, but it could not be located, declared District Attorney John Ruston
rfiaturhancea. until IM a. m. Shocks I ' of Brooklyn at a probe into the former
v ..at . CALLS OEFETfUAST -ROAD HOC" disaster.
- i-K aartiiauaka vu either north or I Vancouver. Wash.. Jan. 31. H. E. I "Such appalling catastrophes naturally
south of here, but because of the dlslo- J Eddy filed ' motion for a new trial ln I raise a question as to the safety of simi
. .- it wa. tmnoawlhla I hia a-utt acalnat S. A. Heater, for dam-I lar buildings which are nightly crowded
to gauge the distance: Up to a. m. I ago he alleges was caused by Heater I with countless thousands of people," he
no word baa been receivea ot any uia-
turbanceg In Alaska.
CL-TELAKD OIVEX VIOLE5T
SHAKECr BT GE5ERAL QUAKE
' Cleveland. Ohio. Jan. IL (U. P.) A
' violent earthquake, one ot the most pro
nounced in recent years, waa reported
today on the seismograph at St. Ig
- nattua roller. According to Father
Odenhech. the earthquake is approxi
mately 10 ' miles from Cleveland, in
Southern Mexico or farther south in Cen-
The first shock was registered at
I 54 a. nv It continued on a large scale
tAPtH 1:21. Then it diminished sorae-
"'I' " 1 i aaaanaaaawaamw
HOMES ARE SHAKEN
Ashland, Jan. 31. Louis Dodge, local
weatherman, reports that a slight earth
quake shook Ashland and the district I men throughout the country and is as-
rrom here to xreKa, caL. this morning sociated with the American Bankers'
for 6 or 6 seconds Between & ana b I association and the United States
o'clock. Ashland residents said the I Chamber of Commerce.
tremor made their homes shake as J At a dinner given by O. M. Plummer,
though a train were passing. 1 manager of the Pacific International
Livestock exposition, tn the rluh icjut-
DISHES DA3TCE I ers of 11 Western states niana ir.
Roedsport, Jan. 31. Dishes danced made for a bovs' and tdrin- ni,.h
and windows rattled about 5 o'clock this building at the 1925 exposition. The
morning when this section was snanen building and its exhibits from the coun
by an earthquake. , The most severe I try over will be in charge of Noble, who
snoca was expenencea sdoui a unie is not the least daunted hv tha unfa-
west of Reedsport. No damage has been vorable turn the legislature gave the
WO SHOCK AT TAWCOTJVER CLUB WORK GALSISG
Vancouver. Wash.. Jan. 3L Incruiry "All the states are for it but Oregon."
about Vancouver failed to bring to light declared Noble, "and we are going right
any reports of the visitation of an earth- aneaa. mere are 11,000,000 boys and
ouake this moraine. girls on the farms ln America. There
are auu.uuu engagea in ciud work. Busi-
50RTHER7? CALIFORNIA GETS ness men feel that the boys' and girls
TASTE OF EARTH SHAKE-UP club work is a most effective method of
Redding, CaL. Jan. 31. (I. N. S.) A increasing the agricultural efficiency
distinct earthquake lasting 30 seconds and buying power in the country, which
was felt ln Redding and all over Shasta I in turn creates prosperity for everybody,
county at 5 :2J this morning. Sound O. M. Plummer is a member of this na-
sleepers were awakened but no damage tional committee,
was done. This afternoon was devoted to round-
It was described by those feeling It as table sessions, and tonight will be a so-
being of peculiar nature. clal evening featured by a dinner at
"For 30 seconds there was a wave-like 6 :30 and a stunt from each of the states
motion, a Quivering and about the mid- represented.
die of the quivering there was a sharp I A gout meaai, some time during the
twisting Jerk." said one observer. convention, win De presented to C. H.
Lodgers in hotels were aroused, but uaviason or bneaa, or., by the Pacific
there was no alarm. Windows rattled. I International Livestock association for
The earth auake is reported here as I devotion to club work. Davidson is the
having been much sharper at Yreka, ocal leader of the club that won the
: Tt- i -..I , v"t I VnrthTMt rhftmninnflhln At tha Tntamo.
lUUSJUUU, VICCU, ViU., (U1U OidUJaUl I - . - . .. . . ..
Falls, Or., but no damage was reported tional Livestock show.
from any of those places.
TEXT OF RESOLUTION
The resolution is as follows :
"In view of the considerable publicity
given in the last few weeks to alleged
attempts by Eastern colleges to attract I in response to the request of friends
athletes by financial consideration, the I of Mrs. Alma Louise Wurtibarger, Fed-
executives of the state-supported col-1 ral Judere Woiverton has granted
leges and universities of the Northwest I ptav of execution in her sentence until
desire to reaffirm the following prin- I Wednesday. An effort is being made
flP'es : to have her confined in the Oregon I
"1. That no athlete shall remain in I prison at Salem, rather than the Colo
good standing in any institution who is I rado prison, which has been designated
Known to receive money for playing or by the attorney gene-al. Mrs. v uns
unreasonable compensation for any em-1 barger was sentenced to 10 years in
ployment given him during any part of prison for killing her husband,
the year in consideration of his athletic
ability. COMMITTED TO JAIL
2. That each executive shall assume I J. O. Dewell. former Southern Pacific
responsibility for the application of this atrent at Dayton. Or, was formally or-
principle ln his own institution and shall I dered committed to the Multnomah
cooperate with each other executive in I county Jail Monday by Federal Judge
Informing him regarding any reports or Woiverton after the court was inrortneo
suspicions reflecting on his institution, he could not furnish $5000 bond. Dewell
SUBJECT TO REVIEW
"3. That final authority on all ques
tions of larger policy in regard to ath
letic relations rests with the adminis
trative authorities of the several insti
tutions. In view of this fact action on
questions of policy , by the Northwest
and Pacific Coast conferences is sub
The executives favored the standardl-
You'll Find Your Ideal
Ho me site in
Wait ever your tastes, the hone
site yon hive plctnrtd ts ia oae
of these three ideal locations.
Ex-Service Men Invest file Oof
Second Mortfige Plan
LADD ESTATE COMPANY
246 Stark Street
In attempting to- pass a car driven by I said.
Eddy, on the around that he has new I Ruston produced depositions in court.
evidence and can produce several wit- I said to have been made by David Gay-
nessea to : prove . that Heater has the I dica, whose construction plans were! usea
limitation of beiiur a "road hoe. Eddy in the American theater building. Gay-
alleges hat , Heater struck the front dica was quoted as navmg aamutea mat
wneei oi nis car ana lorcea mm mio un u"" .wto.., . -wo
a deep ditch.
ATTEND LEGION MEETING
Rldgefield. Wash,, Jan. 31. Wells
Armstrong post. American Legion, is
represented at the American Legion
Centralla Memorial -conference in.Cen
traiia today by George R. Thomas, com
mander, and Edward L. Sachtler. adju
and that the Job was also "cheap.
"It seems to me the builders did not
use enough cement,' Gaydica was rep
resented as ; saying. "A week after
the walls were erected workmen told me
'if you touch them they will all go
The district attorney seised the occa
sion to warn against similar occurrences.
"There should be an immediate and
Jio rough examination, by competent en
gineers, of all such buildings now in
ise, with a view to preventing a similar
. nd more serious disaster." said Ruston.
Welsbach Tlirift Heaters
formerly. $1925,. .
Uai week,; while ihey last,
At the a Office, AMer near FlfU
SAYS MAYOR BAKER
(OiUansa Froei TPmse Oas)
f erred with the representatives of the
Federated Patriotic societies, preliminary
to the indorsement by that organization
of a candidate for governor. : That in'
dcrsenaent is expected to be forthcoming
on Saturday next, or within the imme
diate future thereafter. His withdrawal
from the race makes it certain, obvious
ly; that this indorsement will go to some
one ' else to Senator L L. Patterson,
Speaker Louis E. Bean, Senator Charles
EL HalL Mayor C EL Gates of Medford.
cr to some dark horse not yet sprang
upon the public gase. . - ,
, Baker this morning stated that the
, :iayors office would take no part in the
jming campaign, a statement of signlfi-
I . ance, in view of the fact that there is
isome little difference between the offJ
Iciat activity of the office, of the mayor
and that of the mayor himself. PoUti-
Made out of yorxt old woc-w-out
carpets and rugs. 8ave half the
price of a new rug. Use woolen
9x12 Rng, iImbkImsscI $1.S0
East 3SS0 ISS East Eight!.
waa arrested Saturday night on a grand
Jury indictment bench warrant in which
he is charged with emDesxiing rsjiroaa
funds while the lines were under lea-
Boiklias permit hatted, valued at SlSSO and
niirkmii i -a. r.
wan ream aaS aa. a
e mm aaaalraa.
T1IM at OARPTl iX
na ruos mti ocaasms.
LL HIMDS nmw
MAaffta aiawataaa i i a a
" " mtm . naaa ai vann a .v
tmirn a. Liaoata aa. aM, WM1-M
to review by the executives of the I "er: . i ,,u iiniiMuli I
itution represented ln these confer- L iJTilm?ZZ; LTmTm t
E. 8. Brabtxer, erect r-iidrBce. 1607 CSaaa.
bet. 61st and SZd itreetm; taukler,
EL M. IHIlen. erect reatdeaoB. 1000 E. THrU.
bet. Floral and E. S2d nrwto; bfukkr. Matst
Wbolaatia ud Betsfl rLOOES LSIS AJfO
CINISMID. OLD PTjOORS MADS
'ew a gLientio sandirs.
HARDWOOD FLOOH CO. St B. CLAT
tT 7012. Rift. TABOR
AUCTION SALES TOMORROW
AT V TT as IV a Aiv-rirtM um-it i a a t . a 1 ;
eaw.nu aTHtgT. BAU AT 10 A. M
t WILL NOT ba raaponaibte far
tnrtad by Mra. Nina W. aff.
EUREKA, CAL, SHAKEN
Eureka, CaL, Jan. 31. (L N. S.) A
heavy earthquake was felt in this sec- I
tion early today.
The tremor was of considerable dura
tion, lasting from 15 to 20 seconds.
Clocks stopped at 5 :20 as a result of it
Dishes were-shaken from shelves and
plate-glass windows cracaed, but no i
other serious damage has been so far
reported. The quake seems to have been
felt generally throughout this section of
Eureka is located on the Pacific coast
and is about 280 miles north of San !
DISHES RATTLE WHEN EAHXT
TREMOR HITS KLAMATH FALLS
Klamath Falls, Jan. 31. A slight earth
quake tremor was felt here at S -.30 o'clock
this morning, awakening many residents
when dishes and pots and pans started
to rattle. No damage was reported.
Old residents say this is the first tremor
felt here since the early eighties.
Berry Growers at
Vancouver, WasK, Jan. 3L The first
day of the berry institute, which opened
Monday in the rooms of the Washing
ton Growers-Packers'' association, was
attended by 150 growers who listened
to addresses by Professor J. X. StahL
horticulturist of the Western Washing
ton experiment station at PuyaDup;
Wilbur H. Weeks,: commercial grower.
Salem; Cart Aspic wall, grower. Ger
vais. Or, and J. P. AspinwaJL grower
of Brooks. " Or. - T s
Tne program waa on the general topic
of marketing and waa. handled by Carl
J. Kallgren, manager of the North Pa
cific Berry Growers. nd R.' C Paulua,
general manager, of the, Oregon Grow
ers' Cooperative association. Members
of the berry growers branch of the
Washington growers' association held a
business session in the afternoo.
Phil UMa-hiiL rarmir stora and room. SI1
zation of college entrance credits, so j j. $i250 '
that a student equipped to enter one " v. A. CarpBtr. anet anartamta, 4 SO
may be eligible to enter any other. It Weidier, bH. 7th and 6ta atrara; bnOdrr.
was decided to interchange enrollment " ' ?,'Tri; ""'"' ,. tl(u.
w i...- j I U. 8. Hartaon, erect raatdanr. 113 Uetw.
means or reaucing tne educational
"overhead" to make it easier for the
student to. attain an education and for
the school to take full advantage of the
limited funds suDDlied by the state.
ti .... i: i I ConaEractioii eomrauiT: 15500.
t, t v..,, John II. Eepp. erart rasdenoa. 6804 T2d.
rresiueiii ir. i. uuiijjwu ui uie hi 3d and 64ta amuea; boiidar, Hoaw i.
sity of Oregon. President W. J. Kerr of Brno: 12000.
the Oregon Agricultural college. Presl-1 H. C. Komecar. erect radeo. 1001 Win,
dent A. H. Upham of University of 0:?5.,!S5 8aodjr
Idaho. E. O. Holland, president Wash- h. W. Copp. erect raudenr. 510 Isparial
ington State college, and E. B. Stevens, mm., bet rUxelfers Plane sad Laarelbam;
executive secretary. University of Wash- MJd5r. rJ,f)?i, tsooo.
i , t.,. ir.. Tba W, B. Allea Co.. rarair mtorm, 148
icyicKuuus icdiv.c. i. , . j 5Q, Mornaoa and Aider; pmnar.
Suzzalo. who is ill. The University of I owner: SI 600.
Montana was invited to the conference. I Gaorsa a. Boaa erect rendest. 1124 E.
but sent no representative. .. 1 T "
Gom A. Boav r-w readeaca. 102 K. 4Tth. I
A pneumatic hoist 'that has been in- I nanorn and KTarra streeu; unwr,
. . i . ,, . i am awnar:
ventea is ciaunea u oe more eaauy op- Caorr. A. iumm. aract rrmOrnm. 18 E. 4Tta JaanmrTTi. W. O
era ted by inexperienced persons than I at. M.. feeC FUndon and Ema sua; bond- I bj Amebar Omars Ka T4.
Chain hoists. I t. saaM ovner; 82&IWJ. j Aawtttua Tan k tn ba tha haaaar
ueorc a. tuaa, eraci iia-jauia. inm a. i aoa a ua ian. Eaarrkaey in aj
Plandara. bet. E. 4Tth and K. 4ttb aVraatB. I prtua mrm vorLb ablia. Tti1j I iaa 1
baialer, mmmm mm ownrr; 12500. I bat tor all Coma, help Lba naaaaaioaa
Gaorcc A. Koaa. aract mdenrc. 1182 rUa- naadr. Krarrbodr irtu ha tkn anaa
den. bat. 47th and 4tb atraata; boiklar. basm I tnanda AdHartoa 81 nawu. tarafta mmr u
aft owner; av.
Georce A. Hoax, mnr. raa-nVaw. 1128
riS. KB- KtTj:i CAMP
Geom A Boat, tract rwdrrma. 1314 tmm
Plaadera, bet. 47th and 4U atrMts; boiidrr.
ami aa ewner; 12500.
Gaorxa A Boam. arert rrsidenro. ltlt TCaat
riaadarm. bet. 47 and 4ti ftracta; boUdft.
aaaia aa owoer; 82500.
W. r. liuaVa. vrart rmmintt. 114 McClay
bred., bat. Miidrad litw and kbona: baiidr.
J. A, BoDatrom: 87000.
Ir. H. H. tiawrl. erart raaVWnaa. 5 B.
Both atrwt, bu. AUmada and Braaat; baudtr,
Banaoad J. Umxn: 18000
H. B. Uorna. impair reaidaane. tilt 4. Its
nu, bet. VSd and 4ta atraats; buiioar. Mr
T. H. Banfkrkl arart raavWocr. 311 Viata
aaraaa bet. Martcpt aowat enac aad mOts:
baiidaT. aaaaa aa owner: 810.000.
It. Haniitoa Mrada. erart rialiVrw, 2812
70 th street, bri 25 th and 20th a man: bsUd
ar. & P. Harrta; 82800.
Par all faatrraa aOT4sh
m Wiril tajtoBe: a aa
pnaai: Tvawdar aarnt
Bail. 1ZS lit
the keynote of
Should banking keep pace with modern business
demands? Have you the right to expect your
banker to offer modern service such as you ask
from manufacturers and merchants?
Upon the quality of its service should depend ther
growth of any institution. That the Broadway
Bank has broken all Northwest records for trowth
is evidence that progressive banking is appreciated.
4 interest on regular savings accounts
, and time) deposits.
3 interest oa special aavinga accounts
subject to check. i
No charge)' for collectiou of out-of-town
No charge for cbecking accounts.
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAYS TILL
. Otis F. Akin - J. D. Brown H. H. Baynes
Will B. Haines R. R. Knox
Jas. M. MacXanghton Max Skibbe H. C Thompson
f vAMr 41
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teie cuaat. and Adelbv Uawkiaa. lawaL 817 Wand-
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and AKa C. fc ikyaatna. bajal. 44S kaat Anaeaj
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BtAIlXX To Mr. and Mra. M. C Maedoa. 248
Bobaaa. Jan. 17. a aam.
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