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- TOE OREGON STATESMAN: Si:XIAV. FKimAItUY 8, 102O,
10 FACE TRIAL
JON WAR CHARGE
Complete list of Persons to
. Be Extradited Issued by
BY LEADER KAHN
Adoption of Universal Train
ing Bill Means Heavy Ex
pense to Nation
97 HUNS .ARE INCLUDED WAR EXPENSE RECALLED
Trials Will Occur in Paris If
. Present Plans of Mies
Are Worked Out
Representative Says $34 Per
Man Per Month Needed
Should Bill Pass
PARIS, Feb. 7. The official ex
tradition list was issued by the for
eign office tonight without commuM.
The text of the original covering note
and of the new note referring to Bar-
on Ton Lersner'a refusal to accept
the list were not made public.
A paper bonnd book of more .than
200 pages contains the names of 890
persons or groups, wfth their rank
and the accusations. Where names
are not known descriptions of the du
ties of the accused are given.
Four pages are devoted to Field
Marshal von Hindenburg and Gener
al Ludendorff, the same accusations
serving for both.
The British list contains charges
against 97 members and groups, the
French 344, the Italian 29, Belgian
334, Polish 51, Rumanian' 41, and
the Jugo-Slav 4. This totals 900.
but there are a few duplications. Ten
camp commandants are asked for in
the British list.
WASHINGTON, F-b. 7. Adop
tion of a universal military training
polky. as proposed in the senate bill,
would cost about $ !?,, 000.000 a
year. Representative Kahn. republi
can. California, chairman of th
house military committee said today
in a statement urcing such action
as an "insurance against war" an!
In "rnrrwt' misleading- estimates.
,vTi will ' ost about $34 per man '
.per month, he said.
"All told, the tost of military es
tablishment including the cost of
training and of anything maintain
ing the retrular army, will be abou
$500,000,000. We were in the war
about 19 months at "a cost to the
United 'States tof $33,000,000,000.
iThis country paid for our utter un-
preparedness at the approximate rate
f $1,700,000,000 a month during
Hops Contracted Three
Years at Thirty-five Cents
Two farmers near Monitor will
add 27 acres of hops to the Oregon
acreage this season. The contract
price is fixed at 35 cents a pound.
O. Q. White', living on the road be
tween' Monitor and Mt. Angel has
contracted with. Strauss & Co. at a
uniform price of 35 cents a pound.
rVolna J. White, llvin in' the same
neighborhood, has 'contracted with
the same first to set ont nine acres
of hops. - He will receive 35 cents
a pound for the first three crops.
UP FOR BIDDERS
Details For Sale of Confiscat
ed Fleet of Ships Com
pleted VALUE 0 LINERS HUGE
r Not All Wbo Attend
Our school are competent book,
keepers . and stenographers .
because there are many who
do not. remain In school a suf
ficient time to complete the
' But those who complete our
full course graduate -may be
' dependeed upon to do efficient
work. These are-the ones who
are in demand by business men.
These are the ones who climb
to the top and secure good sal-
" aries. ':'."'
Tour success will be .measured
by what you put Into the prep
aration. . '
This school can help yon: Let
js talk it over.. Day and night
Capital Business College
xd'. your Jf r
George Washington, Known
as President's Ship, Among
WASHINGTON. Feb, 7. Details
for the sale of the largest fleet of
vessels ever sold under the hammer
the 30 former German passenger
ships taken over by the government,
were worked out today by the ship
ping board. On Thursday Chairman
Payne will offer to the highest bid
der the great liner Leviathan, the
George Washington, the ship which
twice took President to France, the
Agamemnon. Martha Washington
and other craft2 which carried hund
reds of thousands of American troops
to Europe. President Wilson has as
sented to the sale with the provision
that they are subject to the call of
the war department in emergency.
Conservatively estimated the ag
gregate value of the liners is placed
at between $30,000,000 and $40,000
000. Groups of vessels allocated to pas
senger service being established by
the board will be sold in block. Ser
vice has already begun between New
York and South America and lines
are planned for New York and Euro
pean ports and as the service in
which the ships are to be commis
sioned is a conditiqn of their sale.
Interest is being shown as to what
companies will secure the more Im
portant passenger liners.
Sale of the vessels is not restricted
to concerns now operating shipping
TO DECIDE CASE
Eight Vote for Acquittal in
Case of Gay Nelson, Ac- ,
cused of Murder
PORTLAND. Feb. 7. After 2 4
hours deliberation the 12 Jurors
chosen to decide the fate of Thomas
Miller, charged with themurder of
Guy 11. Nelson today announced that
it was im.iosible for them to agree
pon a verdict. Judge St a pleton dis
missed the jury-
Late yesterday the jury appealed
to Judge Starlet on for additional in
structions concerning the amount of
provocation necessary to justify mur
der. It was reported that on the final
ballot taken today; the jury stood
.eight for acouittalj three for man
slaughter and one tor murder. Prep
arations for a new trial wilt be begun
immediately, according to Chief Dep
uty District Attorney Hammersdey.
With Four Days Past Tomorrow (Monday) Mark the Beginning of the Second and Last Week of
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
$9.00, $10.00 and $11.00
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
$5.00, $0.00 and $7.00 val
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
$3.00 and $3.50 values
A SALE WITHOUT A PRECEDENT IN THE HISTORY OF OUR CAREER OF UNBOUNDED
ENTHUSIASM WITH PRICES ON HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE OF THE ESTABLISHED
BISHOP STANDARD AND QUALITY THAT HAS APPEALED TO MEN OF EVERY WALK
OF LIFE, SINCE HERE IS FOUND
ClotHing, Shoes and Furnishing
Goods for Less
Than Today's Wholesale and Factory Costs of Such Merchandise
Mens Suits for $14.85
LADIES' FIBRE HOSE
with $1.00 and $1.25 black,
A. 1 t- ' A -
tan ana wmie i e; v.sf 17 ka ton rn eoo ka ok
uium wat ot tic fidifV) fu.vV auu up bv Vut
some Blue Serges among them, mostly small sizes
MEN'S 25c FAST BLACK
SOX, 6 pairs for
Mens Suits for $26.25
Suits that were $32.50, $35.00 and up to $37.50, sta
ple or young men's styles, sizes 36 to 44. See them at
MEN'S $2.50 FLEECED
COTTON UNION SUITS
$165 Men s Suits at $29.95,
MEN'S $5.00 NATURAL
WOOL UNION SUITS
Suits that were $37.50, $40.00 and up to $42:50, sta
ples, waist seams, plain or belted, worsted, cassi-
meres and tweeds.
MEN'S $5.00 ALL WOOL
MEN'S ONE PIECE
KHAKI WORK SUITS
Mens Suits at $37.50
Suits that were $45.00, $50.00 and up to $60.00 sta
ples or young men's styles in waist seams, belted or
Regular $25.00 Overcoats, buy them today at
MEN'S $3.00 JERSEY
SWEATERS, black and
MEN'S $2.50 and $3.00
MEN'S $2.00r and $255
BOYS' $1.50 and $240
Regular $20.00 Overeats, not many left
Men's Rain Coats
Regular $5.00 and $6.00 Rubberized Raincoats
Boys Knicker Suits
Regular $12.00 and $12.50 Suits, while they last
SALEM WOOLEN ILLS STORE
MEN'S and BOYS' CAPS
$1.50 and $24)0 ralues
BOYS' KNICKER SUITS
Regular $14.00 and $15.00
Suits, all sixes at
BOYS' WOOL SWEAT
ERS, $3.50 and $4.00 val
ues, not many left
BOYS' BIB OVERALLS
Regular $155 Blue Bib
CHILD'S PLAY SUITS
Regular $1.50 Striped or
Plain Play Suits
B ANDIT SHOT IN
Three Masked Men Attempt
to Hold Up Man Carrying
Forbes Mine Funds
. ) :
TRINIDAD. Ca!.; Feb. 7.Jake
Jakovitz. bandit, was shot and ser
iously wounded and Albert Tyler
deputy sheriff and Marshal Al
Forbes was hot in the leg late this
afternoon when three masked band
It attempted to hold up Tyler and
two mber men in an antomnbii Mr.
Jrying 16300 in payroll to the Forbes
I mine Of the Bnckr Unnnlaln rnil
LANE TO LEAVE
Secretary of Interior Quits
After More Than 21 Years
of Public Service
WASHINGTON". Feb. 7. Presi
dent Wilson today accepted, effective
March 1. the resignation of Franklin
K. Lane, for nearly Keren years sec
retary of th Interior. The neces
sity that after 21 years of public life,
he must "ihink of other duties." wa
the reason assigned by Mr. Lane for
his withdrawal, and in reply. Mr.
Wilson wrote his hope "that your fu
ture career will be as full of honor
albe success as your past."
Mr. lime's resignation was sub
mitted last Thursday. his letter
shows, but it has been known for
nianv weeks he intended thin artinn
as soon as President Wilson could
'spare him. In dircussion today or
his probables uccessor, Alexander T
Voselsans, also of California, was
calism has been postponed indefi
nitely because of the absence of the
defendants' attorney. Jlalph Pierce,
who Is engaged in the defense of li
I.W.W. charged with; criminal syn
dicalism at Montesano.
er Crushed Under
Logs Dies at Hospital
RELLINGHAM. Wash... Feb. 7.
A. I. Young, of Helena. Mont., died
in a hospital within an hour from in
juties received yesterday at 5 o'clock
at the Ebey logging camp near Ar
lington. 40 miles south of here. Ai
flat car of logs. overturned crushing
him. He died in a hospital. He
had been at the camp three days.
DON'T TAKE CHANCES WITH
Read the folbrwing endorsement.
We also hav people right here In
Salem anJ Kugene. who have used
these garments and will recommend
January 20. 1919.
Elect ronet Sales Co..
Salt I-ike City. Ctah.
Gentlemen In reply to your in
nuiiy as to my success In treating
the Influenza with your Electronet
garment s. will say personally. I have
treated more than GO cases of my
own and assisted other medical doc-
' J nra whri Yi A r r m nllir aI 1 mm m m A
have yet to lose my first patient.
The results are wonderful In all sick
ness and disease.
Dr. John DeQuer.
on St.. Colorado
ment officers. A man and his wife. The democratic atate central commit
proprietors of the market, were ar-jue today went on record In favor
IM,ted- ' j of the nomination of Homer 8. Cum-
n.lngs. chairman of the democratic
national committee for the presidency.
Cummings Favored For
Leader By Democrats
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Feb.
7-1 Read the Classified Ads.
Motion to Continue
Red Trials Delayed
TACOMA. Wash.. Feb. 7. Hear
ing of the motion for a new trial for
the 36 I.W.W. convicted last TveTk
in superior court of criminal syndi-
Distnembered Body Is
iFonnd Near Portland ''; c
I The most searching investigation
PORTLAND. Feb. 7. The dis- is invited. Every home and doctor
membered and mutilate! body of alghould have one of these garments
man was found wrapped In old news- Kndorsed by government and emi
papers in a railroad gulch by a sec- rent rhysicians
tion hand here tonight. The remains ! Cal, addrft.a ipUnhnn. t tr
were wrapped in two packages and j.IcComrer 1M7S V orth Fourth ' ;t
there were indications that they had c, l AV h Fourtn St"
been thrown from a bridge over the
Pressmen Cripple Three
0 Atlanta's Newspapers
ATLANTA. Ga., Feb.
Salem. Phone 1749.
Market Street Butcher
Shop Young Distillery
It Brimfull of Food nine and delidotmess.
It's Scientifically and S&niUrilj M&de
BAKE-RITE BAKING CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb.
three Atlanta newspapers will a p-1 "moonshine" s'ill and 2000 gallons
pear in abbreviated form S indav of bonded alcoholic liquor were seiz
morning because or a walkout ofied In a meat market on Market
pressmen on the Journal and the 'street In th heart of San Francisco
Georgian-American. today by federal prohibition enforce-
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
General Banking But in en
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.