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TIIK ORFGOX STATESMAN: SATl i:iAY, JIWE 8, 1U1.
i HUN PLOTTERS
One Conspirator Is Woman
Treason and Espionage
Planned on Big Scale
IRELAND ALSO INVOLVED
Bombs to Have Been Placed
oh Transports Quicksil?er
Mines Aimed At
- NEWTORK, June 7t Fire Amer-"
lean citizens and two subjects of the
German empire, one of them a wo
man, are named as fellow conspira
tors in two Indictments returned by
a federal grand Jury here today. In
vestigators declared their operations
the most sensational undertaken by
German intelligence agents since the
The indictments allege conspiracy
to commit treason and conspiracy to
commit Mninnira Tin MamMl.f.
and transmission of information rel
ative to ' America's position in the
war; the destruction of American
ships, docks and troops transports
with fire bombs destruction' off the
HuiiMiiicr myjej iu mis country 10
hamper the manufacture of muni
tions; assisting Germany in landing
an armed expedition in Ireland; fo
mentation of a revolt against British
rule in Ireland; raising of funds in
this country with which to finance
these operation v and destruction of
munition factories .and mines in
Great Britain, are charged as rami
fications of 'the intrigue.- ,
The wording of the indictments
Intimates that, the conspiracy. may b
of even broader scone. This is sug
gested by a paragraph in the treason
indictment which , alleges that In
July, last year, one of the defend
ants sent a cablegram ' to Olten.
' The principals named in - the al
leged plots are;
Jeremiah A. O'Leary, prominent
American Sinn Feiner. now a fugi
tive from justice on. charges of es
pionage act violation for distibution
tf alleged anti-draft literature In
the magazine Ball of which. he was
alias Baroness vvon Kretsch,man a i
blonde haired, .GYrtan' 4w0nwii
Carl Rodlger who-claims Swiss
citizenship: but who Is alleged to
have come to this country from Ger
many nndef a fraudulent passport. s
W'illard J.! Robinson or New York,
'aged 30, aad under suspended., sentence-
for f seditious "soapbox;? ora
tory here in behalf of. Sinn Fein .in-,
terests. ".i ! ' ' l : . .''
John-T. Ryan, a Buf f alo. $Z Y, toy
manufacturer? whoaeaf fairs are now
beinr administered by Allea Property
....41.... HImia. , . !. 'i
EmU Kipper, prominently Went V
fled with Slnn:Fein activities in New
York city: -' - -: -"
Rudolf Binder and Hugo- Schwell
fc ser. both of whom died last lear. are
the other two "citizen defendants"
named in the Indictments -.'.'
-', The seven Individuals) listed are
charged with complicity in both con
"Madame'' De Victories, Rodlger,
Robinson, Fricks and Kipper pleaded
"not guilty" to both Indictments be
ini inmtni "K. liandw and
. were Remanded - to the Tombs to
wait trial lata todaT... -
, O'Leary. - now -wanted on three
charges, and Ryan .have not been ap
prehended. ' : '
llexitan Newspapermen ,
' XlGuestsat White Hwe
' WASHINGTON, June Tt Mexican
newspaper editors tourning the Unit
ed States as guests of the committee
oa public Informatidn were received
.by President Wilson at the Shjte
House today , and given a warm wel
come to the country.
Tk -nrMtdent told the visitors ne
was glad they had taken-the oppor
tunity to see for tnemseives wnai
ine UUWl auiica
world war and to learn that America
- ts fighting for no selfish end. He
f.mui trt relations between' the
United States and Mexico, attribut
ing most of the misunderstandings
which have arisen to German prop
aganda. I , :",.
Indicating that he was not proud
f the ancient history of American
policy toward Mexico, Mr. Wilson ex
pressed the hope that the time was
not far off when there would be no
against tho -weaker.- i
. Thanresident's speech "was not
made public here.. He regarded it
as a message to the Mexican people,
which should reach them first, and
it biJ been cabled to Mexico City
lor publication there. .-.
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Commercial Travellers 1
! : Pick Officers for 1919
BUTTE Mont, June 7. The grand
council ' meeting of the United Com
mercial Travelers of Montana, Idaho,
and Utah, tcday elected the follow
ing:' V.. E. Campbell of Billings,
Mont., grand councillor; W. T. Ilan-
ey. Great ,Falls, . grand . junior, coun
cillorrF.lK. Ball, Salt Lake City,
grand past councillor; Fred W. Mills
of Ogden, grand secretary; Wlltard
Lund of Pocatello, Ida., grand treas
urer; "Cherry. Brown, Great Falls,
grand conductor; W. B. Williams,
Salt Lake City, grand page; R. B.
Vickers of Butte, grand sentinel; F.
R. Walters of Salt Lake and T. F.
McLaughlin .of Helena, members of
the executive committee, two year
termsj-Tinlajr O. Brooks ot Salt
Lakf-, and Carl Rolorf of Billing.
dt-lerit-s to the supreme council in
Ccluuihus, Ohio; Moses Silverman of
Helena, g&d Fran sr Mam y, of liuttc,
olternatts to supreme council dele
gate?; U. K. Knohlen of Pimo, Utah,
and T. G- Davis of Boise. Idaho.
members c-f ttit-.'executive committee.-!
one-yar tet iH.
Stettinius May Go To
Europe for Government
WASHINGTON. June IAssist
ant Secretary of War Stettinius may
go abroad on an important mission
in connection with the ordnance and
amumniUon supply of the Ainerix-an
forces. Secretary Baker authorizes
the statement today that such assign
men Jot Mr. Stettinius was under
, Mr. Baker would not go Into de
tails as- to the department's plans.
His statement, however, was connect"
ed immediately with the report from
London that a scheme for an allied
cabinet on war supplies to establish
uny and decision regarding raw inja-
t - has been approved by the
Father and Son Buried
on Same Day at Dai
; DALLAS. June t, (Special to
The Statesman.) Funeral services
over the -remains of. John Webster
aad non. Horace -A. Webster, were
held from the residence of Mrs. Will
iam Tatom .on Washington street
Sunday afternoon. The bodies were
laid to rest la the local I. O. O. F.
cemetery. Horace-A. Wbeter. a
prominent Dallas business man pass
ed, away last , Thuisday and Just
twenty-four hours after his death his
agetf f ather,;John Webster, -succumbed
to several month's illness. Be
sides his wife,: John Webster is sur
vived by two children. -Mrs. Nellie
Tatom aad 'Richard Webster both of
thiscltyr - r ; , . .
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Dr. Schaefer Elected IP Sfy-
Head of Dallas Pythians
DALLAS. June 7J (Special to
The Statesman.) Marmion Lodge,
Nbl" 9 6, Knights of Pythias, held its
regular , semi-annual election in the
lodge rooms Tuesday night and the
following officers "were elected to
serve for the ensuing term: Chancel
lor Commander, Dr. W. C Schaefer;
vice chancellor. Dr. R. C. Virgil; pre
late. Verne F. Compton; master of
the wor. F.'tBone West; master at
arms. George R. Gohrke; inside
guard, Phil ; Begin; ostside guara.
Walter L. i Young. The balance of
the officers of the order held "office
until the annual-election the. later
pari of .the year. These of fleers will
W5 installed on-. the -first meeting
aigui oi ne ioage in JUiy. , r f
SCOTTS MILLS-PERSONALS J
SGOTTS MILLS, OrL. June-7.
A. L: Brougherwas a Portland vist-,
or Wednesday. , . . '
L. H. Lewis returned honieFrid4y
from Salem wHete he had been tlsfU
log several dayri . . ?
?.Miasr Leila Reed left for lir1iom
In Hood Rtyer tafter sjendlng iie
winter wtb' her grandmother, Mrs.
A.- RmI'C. ' ii.,;v.r-i.:.i ir . i.
August iSemolke and sister. Miss'
Pauline Semolke, were in Salem.' F'rl-?
aay. ' '- ..-
. " ChaVles Logue of Camp Lewis was
a week -end visitor :'at Scotts Milrs. v
V'Mr. and Mrs; G. M. Wilson and
son, Frank, of Crooked Finger spent
the week end In Portland, returning
G. W. Myers made a business trip
to Salem Friday.
Frank Hettwer visited his parents
over, Sunday. Mr. Hettwer is work
ing in thetshrpyrdsjn Portland
A, L. Richter made a trip to Wil
hoit iSunday hforning.
W: T. Hogg, was a Salem ; visitor
Frday. lie was accompanied, home
by Mrs.. Hogg and daughter, Doris.
Mrs. L. Ramser and . small on
returned to' Portland Wednesday af tt
er spending vera4 weeks with 4er
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brough
er. ; - - . r.
- MJss Marie Myers visited relatives
at Molalla last wek.r
Mrs, L. S. Rice and children visited
her father in Woodburn over Sun
day.'". William Wellman went to Port
land Tuesday on business, i,
Y, M. O, A. TO GO TO HAWAII
HONOLULU, T. H., May 20.(By
aiaii Army and Navy Y. M. C. A.
activtiea will soon be extended to all
forts and army posts on- the island
of Oahu. An appropriation has been
granted by the central council for
the purpose and sites have been se
lected for community houses at Fort
Kamehameha and Schofield Barracks.
Three Y. M. C A. secretaries will be
stationed at each building. They are:
F. R. Dudley from Fort Rosecrans;
F. H. Blesse who had charge of ath
letic work at Camp Kearny; and G
L. also from Camp Kearny. -
The army and navy Y. M. C. A.
now possesses as its home in Hon
olulu the old royal Hawaiian hotel,
a $200,000 building, where the sold
iers, sailors and marines of Uncle
Saria are made at home and provided
WANT PAX-FACIFIC COLLEGE
IIONOLULU. T. H- Mav ?0rn
Mail.) The projected calling of a
Pan-Pacifio conference to meet In
Hawaii, the establishment- nf s Tan-
Pacific Comercial college la Honolulu
and the project of. a Pan-Pacific
Peace exposition here after the warj
have been launched bv a. inpmhpr
of Influential bnsiness men.
A Pan-Pacifie commerrinl in!l
Is -considered one of the trot
to bring Hawaii into closer commun
ion ; with the countries of the far
east while the. exposition, and general
conference wtnild cTeate'a stntiment
in the countries of the Pacific to
make the Pacific independent in its
resources and make 4 Hawaii a real
road of the Pacific.
Strong Drive Will Be Made to
Send Marion Over in Thrift
JUNE 23 LS BIG DAY
, i . i
Main Part of Canvass To Be
Waged Monday and Tues
day, June 24 and 25
At the call or Chairman W. M.
Smith of the "war saving commit
tee, a conference of campaign work
ers gathered at the Commercial club
rooms yesterday to discnsa plans and
means of carrying through the pro
posed drive Tor raising the Marlon
county quota. C. N. Wonacott, of
Portland,, was present and gave a
detailed account of. the work to be
done and the best methods of pro
cedure. In his address fie pointed
out three aims to keep in mind in
the coming campaign to arouse patr
riotism, to teach thrift, and to en
courage investments in government
For thorough canvass of the coun
ty, the campaign is to be taken up
through the school districts and to
this end a representative has. been
appointed in each district, who will
be responsible for his particular ter
ritory. ' t
Everyte Is Listed.----''
' A double set of cai-d Will ho nrA.
vided f or the canvaesers one, a ucg-
viar rpieoge- card, providing- for
hionthly payments on war savings
stamps; and a yellow rard on'which
the canvassers will write the-names
of those who decline to subscribe,
together with their reasons for, not
subscribing. The yellow. cards will
be sent in to the executive commit
tee, w-ho will inspect them, and then
arrange' for a second canvass of all
those whom it is believed atb In nn.
sition to subscribe. In cases 'where
me person decliniing to subscribe
is suspected of being out of sym
pathy with the government the cards
will be sent to the authorities in
Portland. . . -
iTn past campaigns- there has hon
more or lees delay and shrinkage in
reiumi on account or failure tn
meet narments. in th f Jtk inna fern
w" oe maao to Keep the col
lectjons clns cp all the way through.
For this part of. the. work the post
masters of .the county will .be enlisted.-
along with the rural carriers,
huo;wiii see mat subscribers In ar
rears a9 reminded of delinquency.fi
On Sundav. J
to be held with a view to injecttng
piyvrr amooni Or pep ; Ipto
or , th-canvass is ? to . be . made on
Following 1 -ft VTeV
- - . UC UlSUltk
chairmen, given in the order-of the
B-BTof:aj8trIcts, from number 1 to
number 149; ' -. -
J- Espey. Donald: Frank, Kuen
tlten.Woodburnr T. F; Walker.Salem ;
K'E. Calllster. Silverton ; . B. B. Ces
ser, Salem; H. E. , Martin, Sajem;
G..H. OttowaySilverton; T. W.
Johnson, Autnsville; P. C. Freres.
Stayton; W. P. Collard. Gervais;
Joseph Fontaine, Jefferson; L. C.
McShane. Hubbard: A. c. Tta
Shaw; Chester H. Miller, Jefferson;
J. L. Haller. Woodburn; C. A, Ben-
qn. buverton; Eli Davidson. Mar
lonr Mrs. DeLyle Dike.Gates; Roy V.
Ohmart. Salem; -J. W. Sadler. Au
rora; Hal D.'Patton; Salem'; H. H.
Wilson. Turner: F. R. Duntt r.i
vais; Sam Iungen, Jefferson; S.' C.
nson, mrner; y. M. Fresh. Shaw;
y. it.:;iohmson. Macleay; . John R.
Aiacy,urooks;t Henry Zorn, AnroraisJ
o. A. Solie, Silverton; O. W; Olbbons.
Woodburn; C. E. Malkey' Silverton;
Britt Aspinwall, Gervais; John J.
Jory, Salem; A. J. Smith. HubbardY
I Fred W. Darbln; Silverton; T. Hoel
Mt. Angel W. II. Carter. Sublimity;
Byron Denny, Stayton; Wm. Scollard.
TVoodburn; Peter McDonald, St,
Paul; David Drjden. McKee; C. D.
Query. Salem; J. F. Wachtman. Hub
bard; . Claude Ramsden. Pratum;
Frank Hynes.- Gervais: Arlo Hum
phrey. Shaw; John Norton,' Wood
bufrn;. A. B. Dentel. Aurora; J. A.
Nilson, Turner; Jessie CalbraJth.
Gervais; Theo. Reubens. Gervais:
Leonard Walker. Stayton: James
Bowen, Silverton; F. E. Rape. Sa-
wm: P;,P- WhItJxk. Silverton;
Harry White, Salem; W. A. Jones.
Macleay; Ray Perkins. Salem; R. T.
Gulss. Woodburn; A M. Van Cleave.
Henry Stute. Woodburn; G. W. V J
White. Mt. Angel: Frank Urubetz.
Salem ; E. Todd. Jefferson; Charles
Heinr. Scotts Mills; Frank McDonald.
M eh a ma; J. c. Warnock. Silverton;
H. D. Marsm, Gervais; George Keech,
Stayton; George Swegh.Salen: R.
Si wr.Turner: - E' L13' slaw;
Nick Neitling, Stayton; E. E. Shields
Gervais: Jacob Stalger. SublimitT
W. J. Buyserie. Newberg; W, W.
Xeal. Sublimity; W. J. Haberlv. Sil
verton; Gw. Farrls. Seymour Jones.
Salem; E.cS. Coates. Turner; E. a!
Taylor, Mehama; J. J. Keber. Mt.
Angel; Frank Knapp, s Aurora; Ed
Coberly, Silverton; Joseph Walker
Silverton?.. B. H. Davis. Silverton;
C. II. Taylor. Turner; Jnhn t rt-
LScotts Mills; T. J. : Ware. Stayton;
nnj Hmie, aient; w. A. Jones.
Macleay: Roy Perkins. Salem; R. T.
Guise. Woodburn ;J.R.Kaser, Silverton
S. J. Taylor. Mill Citv;
Hullt; J. F. Groves. Independence;
n. i. xaiie. . silverton: Roy A.
Jones. Silverton; William Donaldson
Salem; F. H. Smith. Scotts Mills-
George M. Starr, Gates; W. T. Hogg".
Scotts Mills; II, D. Bondy, Niagara!
W. II. Havnes Salm r w nr.
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honey, Gervais; James , Monroe.
ueane; ueorge w. Brown. Salem;
W. II. Riddell. Detroit; Vrrn fr-
Klnney, Turwr; E. E. Matten, Sa
lem: J. S. McLaushlin. Aumsville;
J. II. Porter, Silveiton; A. N. Fulker
Ron. Salem; F. R. Olin. Mill City;
I J. R. Foulds Broadacrf-s; Gust Drag-
r. mrner; Aioort Musmsfr, miu
City; Je T. K. Thomas, llulit; J. C.
McFaiiant. Salom; K. M. IahiH'r,
Wacunda; Divid Jaob.-un, Talbot;
Chauncy Cell. NewiKig; W. A. Sht-1-ton.
Salem; U. B. H-ndt-rpon. Scotts
Phosphorus to Have Been
Used by I. W. W. in De
CHICAGO June 7. How govern
ment agents prevented the carrying
out of an I. W. W. plot to burn
buildings and crops and poison live
stock by the thousands, In South Da
kota last summer van disclosed in
testimony heard today at the trial of
HO members of the organization be
fore Federal Judge Landis.
Phosphorus was to be used In de
stroying property by Tire and cyan
Idi of potassium was the poison chos
en with which to kill cattle. Gov
ernment officials intercepted the
chemicals in the mails at Milbank,
S. 1)., and arrested , Stanley Brown,
secietary of. the I. W. W. branch at
Aberdeen, -and Martin Gunderson,
another member of the organization,
who later were convicted on a con
spiracy charge and sentenced to a
term in a federal prison.
Bottles of the phosphorus and cya
nide of potassium which It was al
leged leadeia planned to -use in its
South Dakota campaign of sabotage
were produced In Judge Landis court
today and offered in evidence.
AH Who Registered Last Year
Are Now' in Service of
Service of Country
AUBURX. Or., June 7: Auburn
has given all he young men who reg
istered last year, either by enlistment
or draft Frank Haynes. Andy Lati
mere aad Leo Suiter are the last ones
Called. Only two young men from
Auburn have reached their 21st year
since registration. They are Gail
Williams and Roy. Hammer.
Mr.-and Mrs. Haynes gave a farer
well party for tbelr-son, Frank; Sat
urday night. The' time was pleas
antly spent with music and games.
Candy, rake, and Ice cream were serv
ed by'Mrs. Hayne assisted by her
daughter. ' Florilla. ' and Mrs. McEl
fresh. ' ' .' 1 -' ' ' . '
Mts, W! Troy was a Salem visitor
Monday and Tuesday.' "1 "v :
;' Mrs. A.' Hammer -returned hbmo
froin Newport Saturday after a two
weeks Ms-It -with 'her sister. : .
' Grandma Tatfdatt'was quite sick
Sunday ard Monday, hut is able to be
about" again'. . -fehe- lives "with her
daufhter, Mrs. Albert Peebles.'
; Mr', nd MrS.' C. WT Edwanls of
Drain Vere . visitors at. the William
Sneed ' home ' Snnday and Monday.
They are attending "the state Grange
convention! ' Mr. F7dwards Is inter
ested In stock raising and grain. He
has In 300 acte rSf wheat this year.
Miss FlavIarIaynes, and Mrs.
Coby Terry are on the sick list this
week. - 1 1 "-' - - -
propose PAirrr fxsio.
TRIXIDAD,' Colo.. June 5. The
Ios ' Animas county council of de
fense has proposed that In the com
ing,, elections to' be held here of a
fusiorfof parties. to avoid costly cam
paigns by candidates. Another sug
gestion U thatjthe different parties
nominate their candidates, but that
none do any campaigning or seek
to advance their-causes through the
Registering of Aliens i
?. . : ":. ' Is Begun by Lawrence
$. A. Lawrence, of Portland, was
at the desk In the office of the po
lices department yesterday., issuing
cards to aliens from Salem and sur
rounding country, grainting permis
sion to come within the half-mile
radius o rt he local at my. About
twenty were on the' list at the hour
of closin glasf night. Each regij
trant is confronted wth two four
page blanks to be filled, out, and
must present three photographs for
filing in different places. This reg
istration is for Germans only, and
does not include wonien.
GO TILVPpixG 1JV AUTO
FAIRBANKS. Alaska. May 3,
(By Mail) To a "cheechako." which
in the venacular of Alaska, signifies
an individual who. In the day of the
stonea west would have been called
a "tenderfoot' falls the distinction
of Intoducing tiapping rfe luxe into
the north; Harry -Beagle, no long
from the "outside," conceived the
idea of setting oat on a trapping ex
pedition in an automobile instead of
by- dog team. Frank Bugess went
with him. t Loading their outfit into
a light car, the pair set out for the
Big Delta country, desoitn snow and
almost impassible roads. So far as
is Known here, the idea has proved
ITS UAL LKiAIHX) GO.YK
FAIRBANKS. Alaska. May 3.
(By Mail) -E. R. peoples, a local
business man. who baa Inst rplnrnr.i1
from the Tolovana country, predicts
mat .me district will produce be
tween 1600.000 and J80O.00O in gold
thi. mwa.. A &lMrtafn of vilw fr
slwlng purposes the usual bugaboo
of the Tolvonan. miner is not to be
feared this year, according to Mr.
reopies. on account or a heavy fall
of snow.' '
PRIZES GIVEN TO
Jolly-Up One of Last Events
of Commencement at Che
mawa School Closes
Prize for the entire school year
wen5 awarded yesterday morning to
students at Chemawa at the "Jollyj
up""ln the Fchool auditorium. This
was practically the last event of Tyn
menceuieat week and the school all
henceforth be closed for the summer.
Several hundred students who do
not iritenlT to go, lll atist
with farming, canning . and other
Prizes .went to the following: . '
. Girls . . . . . : :.
Bertha Crimes Silver-plated van
ity case. Best, all 'aroudd student.
Rose O'Brien Gold medal. Best
Julia Mills German silver mesh
purse. Captain, won competitive
Co. A Girls Silver cup. Won com
Agnes Swanson Silver-plated man
icuring set. Efficiency, and comjiet
ency. Katherine Wilder Silver-plated
manicuring set. Efficiency and com
petency. Valtha Frazier Sllver-plaUd Jew
el case.' Best (girl) gymnast.
Thelma Orsen Gold medal. ' First
prize declamation contest.
Louise Den ioc on Silver medal.
Second prize declamation contest.
Katherine Reed Gold Medal. Best
honor roll student. r- - - ,
v Buildiags Awarded
Winona Hall Silver cup. -
Brewer Hall Red and white ban
ner, first prize.
Small Boys' Home silver cup . Best
Nick Petellin Silver-plated belt
buckle. Best all around student.
Kelly Shaw Gold medal. Best
Robert Downie Sabr-rCaptain, win
ning competitive drill.
William Johnson Silver watch
fob. . Highest point, winner field day
sports. ' . -
' Wade Minthorne Bronze medal.
Third prize declamation contest.
Co. A Boys Silver cup. Won com
Arthur Johnson -Gold medal. Best
Boys' Competitive Drill
Arthur Johnson Silver-plated en
graved knife (pocket). . .
, Corporals .
Oscar Wilson Silver-plated en
graved knife (pocket). .. .
- Privates ' " " ;
Ernest ' Greec Bilver-pla led - o
graved knife (pocket).- r f
Class Day Field Sports
Blue Ribbon Winners, firsts f
Francis fJoKce 4. . ...... ..
William Johnson -3, -'i. ;
Edwin, Rousiitei. ; -,
; Joe, IMtaes-,1.;:-, . ; I
Arthur Jonaaon -3. .
,. Kelly Shaw-r-l - -j ---
, Re'd'RTbboh dinners, seconds
Edwin- itoTissrtle s y : v;r
Arthur Johnson. 2.- 1
William Johnson 3. , .
Louis Colby 1.
Peter Ogden 1. -
Wade Minthorne 1. ...
White Ribbon Winners thirds
Wade "Minthorne 1 - , .
Francis Boyce 3.
Roderick Jackson 1.
Peter Ogden 1,
Jess Farrow 1.
Arthur Johnson 2.
BODY OF HARRIS
Doctor Through to Have Died
From Exhaustion While
EUGE.VE. Or., June 7. The re
mains of Dr. J, W. Harris, pioneer
Physician of Eugene, who disappear
ed Wednesday after the Lane county
grand Jury had Indicted him on a
charge of manslaughter in connect
tlon with an illegal operation upon
a girl were found in Hendricks park
on" the outskirts of the city today.
The coroner held no inquest as he
Is of the opinion that Dr. Harris
died of natural causes and those who
found the body are of the same
opinion. Owing to the fact that he
had been til for a long time, it Is
believed that he died from exhaus
tion after tramping over the hills.
Dr. Harris was aged. 63 years and
was a member of a prominent family
Guy U. Hardy Elected . .
President of Association
HOT SPRIXGS. Ark.. June 7.
Officers elected by th National Edi
torial association at the annual con
vention here today "Were:
Guy W. Hardy, Canon City. Colo.,
president; Edwin Albright. Gallatin.
Tenn.. vice president: George Schlo
essen. South Dakota, secretary; J.
Bryan Cain. Kansas, treasurer.
Execrtiv committee W. Wilke.
Mlnesota. chairman; H. a: Bailey.
Illinois; George L. Caswell. Iowa:
K. E. Brodie. Oregon; Frank M.
Henderson. Arkansas, and X. C. Brum
A program of entertainment is pet
for tomorrow, at the conclusion of
which the convention will adjourn.
In the advance on tlu east the Ger
mans lo.l rabbi. . Oil Ihn u-rt
Jfront they are pp against a bulldog.
CAMP LEWIS NOTES
CAMI LEWIS. Taeouia. Wash
June 7. More than 1100 -aliens of
Camp Lewis today received their fin
al ltizenhip paper when federal
court was moved from Taeouia to th
depot brigade library. Officers here
beheve this will be record fox the
entire country where men tn the mil
itary service are being Inducted Into
citizenship under a recent federal
law. The number today exceeds
those woh became citizens last Sat
urday by 300. .
Federal court will be held again
In camp next week when the natural
ization proems will be completed. Of
the 5.3 aliens in camp, more than
2500 already have been naturalised
and it is estimated 1000 more IU
receive their papers. A large num
ber were disqualified because of
birth in countries with which the
United States is at war and a few
were rejected because of Insufficient
proof of their loyalty or unfitness
for citizenship on other grounds.
The mustering office" today . was
notified of the state quotas for the
June draft. California .will send her
men to Camp Kearney and no men
will be received from Minnesota and
the Dakotas. which last month sent
more than'aOOO men to Camp Lewls.
The state quotas are:
Washington. 2200; Idaho. 2000:
Yyoming. 1000: Utah. 300; Oregon.
2000 .Nevada, 300; Montana 4.000:
Final figures for the May draft
of more than 12.000 men, made publ
lie today, show 8.6H rejections be
cause of physical disability a record
over the previous month but smaller
than ast fall when the men came to
- A. G. Bagley. head of the western
department or the war work of the
Knights of Columbus, visited Camp
Lewis today and announced plans for
an army and navy club to be hullt
by. the organization at Bremerton
Wash. The new tlub will be more
complete thin any of the buildings
here. . There will be baths, and a
swimming pool, billiard, and pool ta
bles and a social room. SecretaHes
will work among -the men in the
navy yard laong the lines of the work
done for the soldiers here.
-A desire for a cigarette gave one
more soldier to the national army
today. A draft man from Alaska,
whose names is withheld, had re
fused to sign hfs came when brought
to camp and has been kept under
guard for several days. Today he
sent word to the officer in charge
that if he could have a smoke he
would consent to becoming a soldier
without further trouble. He was giv
en a cigarette and mustered into the
ADVEimsKi urrnxs. , ,
. Advertised June 4.&1918. ,!;
Abbott, Thos. . .
AsL. Mrs- M. W. N : I '
Barton, Miss Clara,
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-Coebran.tAlW.M -113 III
Cramer, Francis. ).
! Davis. Mrs. E.
- Dewitr. Mrs; J. J. -Furnes.
Miss MabeL' " '
rrter. Mrs. Frank. .
f"tiller. A. B. "
. Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Leverett.
! Parsley,- Miss Ettey.
Jtodgers, W. E. . V. .
St arris. Emura.
- Rusler. v.
: Thomas. W."X.
Townsend". EMalce E. . ..
White. H. a
Wilson. F. L. ' ;
Yates, Mrs. Varna.
Yelina, M. Majk.
, . Postmaster.
I AT THE LIBRARY I
'The Hill Towns of France" is of
great Interest Just at present as it
describes a great many of the towns
made Important by the war. it J
written by Eugenie M. Fryer.
"The Dynamic of Manhood." writ
ten by Luther IT. Gulick an rigln
il treatment of the dominating force
in a man's life, love, and Its four
chief channels,-relations with friend,
woman, children and God.
"Where Do . We Stand:", written
by Hermann Hagedorn; an appeal to
Americans of German origin.
'Home Vegetable Gardening from
A to Z. by AdoIphTvruhm. A fine
book for those who want to make
this year's garden a bigger, surer,
"Oregon, the Picturesque." by
Thomas D. Murphy. A book of ram
bles in the Oregon country and in
the ilds bf northern California,
"Coasting Bohemia," by J. Co
Several replacements are also add
ed this week, among the more popu
lar ones are: ritiders or the Purple
Sage." "Rainbow Trail." -The Girl
of the Golden West" and "Polly of
the Hospital Staff i
For the Children.
Lagerlor Wonderful Adventure
Dopp Bobby and Betty at home.
Morgan How to Dress a Doll.
KAISEH XIILED UP.
DEXVER. Colo..' June 5. Stu.
dents ofTfanya! high school here,
after bidding for the opportunity,
drove nails Into a wooden likeness
of the German emperor's face and
- For a single nail and the right to
drive Luclle Torrey paid $10. She
drove It In his eve. Perry Crandall
also paid $10 for a crack at the
- The nalJIng Idea was planned to
aid the senior class fund, which this
year will be used , toward the pur
chase or an ambulance for the Red
Cross. About $100" was raised the
first day. -
The June brides, like the poor, we
always have with us. They arc not
"skeercd" rt the war.
MANY LAWS WANTED
: BY STATE GRANGERS
(Continued from page I)
to get the desired Mil enacted into
law reported upon, favorably and
the report adopted. J
Making seed companies responsi
ble for seeds, bulb and nursery
stock true to name referred to the
Xational Grange for conslderatloa
with petition to the national organi
zation to endeavor to procure roa
gresaional enactment. ' .
That penalties be provided for
persons selling goods not of adver
tised quality and that clothing manu
facturers be compiled, to tag gar-.
ments as to amounts Vf wool and
shoddy in their composition, and pro
viding penalties 'for persons aelllnj I
as orchard tracts Ian: not suitable
for horticulture reported on favor
ably and report adopted.
Women Committer Xanwd.
A women's work commitiu
appointed for the year with Mrs.
Anna Welling of Portland chairman
and Mrs. C. M. Bailey of Uoaebarr
ani Mrs.- Mary Jones of Freewater
associates. - - -.
The state convention of the o're '
gon Grange yesterday roted to hold S
the nest annual meeting in Washlnr.
ton county, either at HKlsboro or at
Forest Grove. Local granges oi that
eountjr are given authority to decide
at which of the two places the con-'
rentlon will be held. Another acUoa'
bearing on the annual session of ti
state organization changes the t'sce
of meeting to the first Tuesday ta
June instead of the second Tuesdiy
In May. This was an amendment ti
the by-laws. ,
Inheritance Law Urmai Ur,-ti,ry.
Dissatisfaction has betn round by
the Grange with an amendment pass
ed by the 1917 legislature to the in
heritance law extending to survir
Ing : busbard or wife a one-thir4
dower risht. ahd "after a 'report ,f
Ibe legislative committee favoring a
repeal f the amendment : the. cos
rer.tion Instructed the committee ta
obUin the necessary assJsUnce aci
draft a till or the next JeaisJature.
th pur pone of which v)irtChe r
peal of the objecitonable aienj-'
menu . ,
la the line of. ruUlotlvorTt.'flse
Grange has made provision In th-j
Salem convention to donate to the
second Red Cross drive and each sub
sequent drive. Action was taken by
Instructing the executive committee
to donate from the ronas.of the or-,
ganlzation 1 cent for each Grrn?
member in the state. Thi wllli
amount to about $100 for each drtv-
A colletcion taken for the Red Crtsi
PttrrhaJng plan Socred.
One Important fact that wai
brought out In reports read was that -the
plan of employing a purchasing
agept has worked out suecemrnlTr.
The a gect's, report showed that dur
ing, the six months from Xovemktr
15.117, to May 15. 1918. he- ha
handled $28,782.12 .worth Of.toe.-r
cnandlse. i Charles H. Mays of Sher.
wood, the agent employed by'tb
grange; serves as a raedlam throcri
whom the" members buy anythla
thta la needed for use on the farm.
It was shown that a saving of $2 a
ton on mill feeds has been made for
the- farmers through the purchasing
agent plan. , ,
Average ' dally attendance at tas
convention has been 4 SO. the register
showed yesterday. A report of th
transportation committee , showed
that the cost of conducting thecoo
entlon in Salem has been a bo at
The' officers" thatwere electej "oa
Wednesday night were Installed yes
"PATRIOTIC" XEW TICKET.
HUDSOXJ Wyo.. June 5. "The
Patriotic" ticket which was placed in
nomination in the municipal election
here was withdrawn when supporters
or the "Citizens" ticket announced
the "Patriotic" candidate for mayor
had not purchased a liberty bond of
the third issue, subscribed to the Red
Cross or other patriotic funds. The
entire "Citizens' ticket was elected
without opposition, '-.. - ' - - - . .
Look and Feel-'iv
Clean, Sweet and
Fresh Every pay
Drlalc a ela fit rsal hot atsr
. , bsfore braakfast to wasA
Life is not merelv in li bnt to
lire well, eat well, digest well, work
well, sleep well, look well. What
glorious condition to attain, and yet
how very easy It is-If one will oaU ?
adopt the morning Inside bath.
Folks who are accustomed to feel
dull and heavy when they artse, spot
ting headache, stuffy from a cold.,
foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom
ach, can. Instead, feel as fresh as a
daisy by opening the sluices of the
system each morning-and flashing: .
out the whole Internal poisonous
Everyone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should. 'each morning, before'
breakfast, drink a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of lime
stone phosphate in it to wash from
th stomach, Urer. kidneys and bow
els the previous day's indigestible
waste, sour bile and poisonous tes
Ins. The action of hot waler and
limestone phospshate on an empty .
stomach is wonderfully Invigorating-.
It cleans out all the sour fermenta
tions, gases, waste and aidy and'
gives one a splendid appetits to'
The millions of people who sre
bothered with constipation, billons
spells, stomach trouble, rheumatism:
others who has sallow skin, blood '
disorders and sickly complexions are !
urged to get a quarter pound of Hs.
stone phosphate rrom the drug stora
which will cost very little, but I
sufficient to make anyone a pro- -nounced
crank on the subject of I""