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, TIIE OREGOX BTATlwHAX FRIDAY, FECnUAIlY 27.
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OF IRON RIVER,
Martin McDonough Roots
' Federal Officers WJio Search
For Hidden Liquor
Invasion held fiasco
United States Officials Leave
For Chicago After Days of
- , IRON RIVER, Mich., Feb. 26.-
Jron county, scene of the bloodies.
, nlgfet. content with the "victory"
von yesterday over federal prohibition-agents
and awaits the assem
bllng tomorrow of the "peace con-
, George F. Cummerow, chief spe
cial agent of the department of Jus--tice
bureau of investigation and S
. E. Converse, assistant attorney gen
" ral of Michigan werev expected to
t arrive late tonight to open the peace
- meet tomorrow.
; Martin S. McDonough, prosecuting
attorney of Iron county, who yester
day routed the federal and state
UTAH LAND PLASTER
Just received, one car Empire
Land Plaster. Phone your or
ders now, as shipments are uit-certainr1
Peed y our stock shorts and
middlings ttjixed; it costs but
little more than mill run but
has much more feed value.
Let us supply you with the fa
mous Shady IJfook dry or mo
Try our poultry supplies.
Just received, a tsmall shipment
of oil meal.
We Have a choice lot of the fol
lowing seeds in stock:
Hest spring "wheat Varieties
Grey, and white oats
A choice lot of clover seed and
A large volume of business can
be, Successful ph small profits;
that is our plan. Will be pleased
to quote prices. -
Cherry City Milling Co.
forces under Major A. V. Dalrymple.
prohibition director for the central
states, announced tonight that he
would ask that the peace settlement
be an open covenant, with the public!
invited to hear the testimony ot
fered. He was prepared to make this de
mand, he said, that Iron county, de
clared by Major Dalrynrle to be in
"open revolt" against the federal
government, might be shown in 'it
true light" before the country.
On learning that Major Dalrym
ple had been advised officially on
his return to Chicago that arrests
and seizures could not be made with
out warrants, Prosecuting Attorney
McDonough made the following
"Dairyniple's self-constructed re
bellion coupled with bis statements
of arrest without process of law and
the remarkable fiasco-of his armed
forces invading a peaceful comuun
ity draw the attention to what may
be expected to minor officials oper
ating in the field under such a man.
This was the entire issue present
present by the controversy.
Has the time not arrived when
our people can afford to he zealous
of and Insistent upon the rights
guaranteed them by the basic law of
Mr. McDonough tonight ean have
anything he asks of Iron county and
the upper peninsula. He is the un
crowned king of this snowbound dis
trict. The prosecuting attorney chal
lenged by Mr. Dalrymple as the lead
er in the "whiskey revolt" is Iron
River's most Interesting figure. Left
an orphan whe a boy hebecarue the
protege of Judge Flannigan and was
sent to Washington and Lee univer
sity. After his graduation from law
school he returned to Iron River
and begun practice. He married the
daughter of a mine owner. '
He was electe prosecuting .at
torney when he was 21 and has
served several terms since. He Is
now 34 years old. A few years ago
Iron county voted dry the first
county In the upper peninsula to
take that action The saloons failed
to close after losing their licenses
and several more were opened. Mc
Donough ran for state's attorney on
a plank declaring he would close
the outlawed saloons in 48 hours.
He was elected and made good his
Silverton Woman Dies;
Pioneer Well Known
NAME "BAYER" ON
Tawe Without Fear ah Told in Kach
Thirty Democrats and Thirty
Republicans Vote For
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ed with the surety "-Payer Cross" is
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millions aud prescribed by physici
ans for over IS years.
In each "Dayer" package are safe
an dpioper directions fir Neuralgia
Colds, Headache. Toothache. Kar
ache. Rheumatism. Lumbago, Neu
ritis acd for Tain generally.
Handy tin boxes containing 12
tablets cost but a few cents. Drug
gists also sell larger "Dayer" pack
ages. Aspirin is the trade mark of
Dayer Manufacture of Monoaceticac-
iret.r ii f Salicvliracid. !
BFjEAK NOT EXPECTED
Senator Walsh Declares in
Explanation That Reserva
tion Not Necessary
her mother's consent. Subsequently
it appears Mrs. Hill's activities
caused such trouble that Marvel w
returned to her father.
Judge Kelly's order returns the
girl to the school.
Mr. Iltll has Tiled a counter com
plaint and request for divorce stat
ing that Mrs. Hill is not a proper
person to have custody of the child
and that she therefore be entrusted
Movie Operators Continue
Wcrk in Chicago Houses
Caillaax Continues to '
Defend Official Acts
WASHINGTON'. Feb. 2.--The Re-r-uldican
reservation r-i-'arding man
datories. r.tff,f.(j t; th rear.,
treaty Inst November over the op
position f 3 Democratic senators.
I was re-adopted by a vote of s to 1
tin thf senate today -ifter adminis
tration leaders had withdrawn tin ir
I nf to;it:on to it.'
it was t li first time a nuaimcjt-
! li.m rf ih.i trMtv liari ln-rn .IlioDK'll
with th" j'.-Miuiesc nee of the Dem.H
cratic managers and the first time
s!-r tnnn iwn-tntrfls or me senate
membership had voted together in
approving any rosorvation. T.l.e r
su'r was not eennrallv retarded as
a sudden break in th
senate situation, however, since th
TARIS. Feb. 26. Former Premier
t i : I T ... .1 .-. . 1 . ' . ... t ...... T 1 .
.i. . . .. i!, i mq i indicating
testimony todav before the senate,!
eitiTi.T ht:h vnit YLhirti i t r v-! r r se rva t ion was on
ing him on a charge of having had ! "' Democrat bad agreed in
treasonable dealings with the e'nemy. ! Hi" recent bi-partisan conference
CHICAGO, Feb. 26. Demands of
the moving picture operators' union
ure granted by the Allied Amus
merit association today, ending me
threatened closing of" Chicago mov
ing picture theatres Monday.
Railroad Men Agree
To Bay Fewer Clothes
RICHMOND, Va.. Feb. 2G. Rail
road workers In large numbers sign
ed voluntary agreements here today
pledging themselves not to uj; Mat,
clothes, shoes or anything but the
most necessary articles until the
prices come down. Even the .pur
chase of food, it was said, will tx
restricted. I'nion men said It was
part of a national movement to aid
the Tederal administration in reduc
ing the cost of living.
Organization Is Launched at
Meeting Helil at Public
BANQUET WILL BE HELD
Instilling Greater Spirit for
School Among Purposes
DIES AT DAYTON
Weil-Known Man Succumbs
to Attack of Pneumonia
ted at Datr,a. Or,
high ael'ool alumni a-)
J. V. Drlvr dud
on dnel.-y. F
ft i ear. or cnrumnnii. "Jim'
Driver, th dread. fi horn la
Corlli. Or. He lived in Salem
.-.nd Hrow nvill narlv !l his life.
The funeral srvlre will b bell
!n th First Methodist ch'jrrh of Tay.
ton today. February ; 7. and burial
will l.e in the l-e Mission cemetery
at Ssl'-m. ihf funeral cortege arrlv
inir here probably abo-it ? o'clock.
IK ceased vat a sn of Rv. I n
of those to
M. Caillaux claimed the glory of
having saved France from war in
1911 and also for the subsequent in
tensification of the production of
heavy artillery. . He made every en
deavor, ha declared to have Russia
adopt plans for quicker mobilizan.
British Labor Plans
To Nationalize Mines
LONDON. Feb. 26. The parlia
mentary committee of the labor par
ty adopted a resolution today that
the trades union congress to be held
March 11 take action to comJ the
government to nationalize the mines.
This mak take the form of a gen
SILVERTON. Or.. Feb. 27 (Spe
cial to The Statesman) Mrs. Joe
Dunnels died at her home on Mc
Clatne street Sunday at the age Jjf
70 years. Burial was held from the
Methodist church Wednesday at 2
Mr. and Mrs. Dunnells are.two'of
Silverton's old pioneers. Mt. Dur
nells is a war veteran. Resides a
husband, Mrs. Dunnells leaves four
Daughters. Mrs". Good. Mrs. Conrad.
Mrs. B Glffard and Mrs. Wlrth.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE RROMO QUININE
Tablets). It stops tho Cough and
Headache and works off the Cold.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on tarh
LADD & BUSHBANKERS
General Banking Basin ess
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
V , IF YOU NEED
NURSERY STOCK FOR SPRING PLANTING
We.haY a limited surplus In Italians In 4-6. and 3-4 foot grades.
Loganberry tips. Other varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits and Roses uninjured by the December freeze.
Place your order early
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY
1030 Chomeketa Street
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Evenings
Ladies Free Monday and Friday Afternoons and Friday
v .. evening
Man Arrested in Portland to
Be Returned to Salem for-
It Brimfull of Food value and delidonsness.
It's Scientifically and Sanitarily Made
BAKE-RITE BAKING CO.
Earl Laneley, 23. upon the advice
of Chief of Police Welsh. rm ar
rested by detectives in Portland
Thursday, and Traffic Officer Mof-
fltt went there yesterday to bring
him here to answer a charge of forg
ery. Dewey Parmenter. 22. who was
with Langley, also was arrested,
though no charge has been placed
agarnst him by the local authorities.
It is believed by Chief Welsh that
these men may have been responsi
ble for four of the forged checks
passed on local merchants since the
first of the year. They are suspect
ed of passing a check for $39 on the
Capital National bank, using the
name of E. Spier: a $22.50 check
on the Salem Hardware company,
signed the name of E. C. Cross and
Son; a check for $3 5 to Barnes Cash
store, in the name of C. M. Eppley.
and a check for $5 to Klett's Pool
hall, using the name of Gole.
Bill Prunes Number of Men to
Occupy Military Positions
in United States
WASHINGTON, Feb. .26. Eieht
thousand fewer army officers than
asked for by the war department are
provided In the house army reorgan
ization bill, formally presented today
by Chairman Kahn of the militarv
atralrs committee. Reductions In
the number of officers were made in
every Drancn or service, but the
snarpest cut was for the aviation
service, which recenved onlv ir.14
oi the 4500 asked. In all. the de
partment sought 26,178 olficers and
ine House committee granted 17.820
None of the various plans offered
to the committee for reorganization
of the army was adopted by the com
mittee, instead the committor re
port as submitted by Mr. Kahc. "point
ed out the national defense act of
1916 was used as the working basis,
the new law being a revision r the
No mention of universal training
Is made In the report, but Chairman
Kahn announced he expected to ap
point tomorrow the sub-committee
which will investigate all questions
of a training scheme and frame ilu
separate bill to be submitted o nthis
adopt without clfange.
Tiirty Democrats and ? Repub
licans wer-; recorded in favor of th i
reservation after Senator Hitch-i
cock had declared on the floor that
the effect would be only to recite
a princiji'e already established under
the treaty its!f and under federal
laws. It provides In substance that
no mandate could be accepted by
the I'nited States without the con-
.' front of congress.
The four who voted In the nega
tive were Senators Jones. New Mex
ico; Kendrick. Wvominr: Walsh.
r t irimn. f:..
Ji.MiriliATl.l, jlim nil. llll. .Ml t I yr I 'I ,
8 fall Democrats. Explaining his vote.
Senator Walsh declared he had "rot
the slightest objection to the reser
vation except that It is unneces
sary." Senator Hitchcock did not
A new reservation, providing that
lb" ratification would not be bind
ing unie the president formally
transmitted It to the other "powers
within 3o days after the senate acted
was presented by Senator Itrandt
ffe of Connecticut. Republican Irre
concilable, for future consideration.
The reservation before he senate
when it adjourned tonizht relates
j to domeptic questions-ami its adop
jt:on Without chanbe but over Demo
irrnfic opposition was forecasted by
Ithe disctnsion rf it today. Twt
changes in language were proposed
by Senator Ixdge. but he withdrew
thein after Senator P.orah of Idaho,
one of the Republican irreconeill
nhles. had attacked them and Sena
tors Hitchcock and Walsh had de
nied flatly Mr. Lodge's explanation
that they were proposed by Demo
crats In the Interest of compromise
during the bi-partisan negotiations.
SALEM HIGH IS
STILL ON DUTY
Saved From Small Pox Scare
By Quick Work of the
A sorir.us threat of a closed high
school ir Salem was narrowly avert
ed tills week by prompt action In
handling of smallpox In the school
last Tuesday. All. persons who had
been exposed were immediately vac
cinated and rooms affected wen
thoroughly fumigated lo nrret th
rpread of disease. Health author
ities consider the immediate danger
Two cases of smallpox have ben
reported In the city at large this
week and have lxn duly quaran
tine. Itecauv of the danger that
of the spread of the diseasn
the health authorities wish every
one Impressed with the fact that
vaccination, as performed today, 1
safe, if not pleasant, and the only
sure way to avoid the disease which
entails conditions far less pleasant
than the preventive measures.
F-r!aton was oi ganr.'.ed last niht Driver, woo passed to his reward
at i. mwitinc 'n tb public library j setral year ago. and who was la
r.;id!lo:iui l with about alumni hi tine on of the leading Metb
in attendance. A pre riouply appoint- dist ministers of Ihisttftion. It
d committee present -d 'he const i- bile he was pastor here that the
tution and bylaws which it badiPi'st Methodist church building of
drawn up. These, with a few amend-j Salem was planned and erected,
menu. wtTi? adopted. ,
The oijl of the a;. H-iatinn is .to Chlrnttn CtxnmfZl K1.mm
!n . it. -r ,nirlt fr the -chnol. CII,Cfl0 COOnCli MOVeS
promote leti-r friendship among th
alumni and to keep in the me-nory
of each the old davs lr the whool
The eecu'ive coTimitte-? will ra
.-it leant '(uarterly ant will make
jjlans fir n annual tne-lng to tke
place in the sprint tinu- after the
rr.c rrj-.crs who a"e away at college
ar" home for the summer. Much
dis-us?ion was h id as tn whether
the S5oelation should give a ban
quet, a dnnce. or a dinner dance,
hut nrr.lly it was derided that a
banquet would b the most popular
kind of enterlalrment.
All alumni of Kaleni h'gh school
are dibble for membership. Offl
lyrn who will sere until th first
general metlfir in the spring were
elected last night.
Ivwey Probst, who ha servel as
temrorary chairman, was elected
president: I,eMie Springer was
rho-n Ice president; Mis Iorothy
ftuchner. secretary: Frderlc Al
drlch correspond Irg secretary; Har
rld Eakln. treasurer, and Miss Mar
garet Graham and II. T. Clark,
members of the hltth school faculty,
were elected faculty arors and
members of he executive board.
Withdrawal of Dry Consent
CHICAGO. Feb. 2 With bat OB
dissenting vote the council Judiciary
iniiuira , resolu
tion requesting the legislature to
withdraw Illinois' Indorsement of the
constitutional prohibition amend
ment In order th&t the question ty
be submitted to a re fere ii dam of tb
Toterj of Chicago and the state.
Less conversation and more actios
would get us over many of the rough
places why not try It?
Canners Hold Annual
Meeting in Portland
Visitors Play Strong Contest
and Win From Locals by
Score of 50 to 23
The Cigar Supreme
At the price fuor de MELBA it
better, bigger and more pleasing
than arrm.14 W - L . . S
COROXAOK (t OTHEH SZXS
Sclzctos sue 1 J D:mc r Pjucms
Ask your draier for your favorite sue.
It your dealer cant MJpply you. write us.
I. LEWIS CIGAR MFC CO. Newark.N.J.
UrB Inepeodent Ogir factory, m IheVforld.
PORTLAND. Or.. Feb. 26. With
a full membership present from vari
ous sections of Oregon, the North
west Canners' association met here
today, discussed standardization of
contracts, packing rules, etc., were
entertained at a luncheon by a local
company and adjourned. It jvas de
cided to take in members from Wash
incton and Idaho, as well as Oregon.
All officers were re-elected as fol
J. O. Holt. Eugene, president; W.
G. Allen, Salem, vice president; It.
J. Matthews, secretay-treasurer. Six
new members were voted. In.
CRUSADE ON WET
Dalrymple Marches to Iron
River and Then Marches
With a, score of 50 to 23. the Uni
versity of Idaho loop toTs easily
Wefea'ed the Willamette "Pearcats"
rn the Salem armory floor last r.lght.
The visiting ' players made the first
basket and led all through the con
test. The (rst half ended 2S to 3.
in favor of the visitors.
With excellent teamwork and with
directed rassen the Idaho five won
with an overv.-helr.ting Fcre from
the Willamette universitv quintet.
An excellent feature of the game was
the con.l Judgment displayed - by
Coach H. W. Harris? of the Oreson
Agricultural college, who rt f recd
During the Ffy-ond half nf th?
game the Itearcais ralli'd and for
a time led in scorinr. The reliable
school spirit of the Willamette uni
versity wa at its best. The team
kept th fitht on to tho finish with
all the snap that could be assembled.
A large attendance witnessed the
game and the Willrmette rooters
were commended for the support
given their players.
The players for Idaho were Coxier
rnd Carder, forwards; Perrlne. cen
ter Hunter and Campelle. guards.
The Bearcats: Wapato and Mc
Kittrick. forwards; Jackson, center;
Rarer and Dimmirk. guards.
Former Portland Man
Ends Life at Oakland
PORTLAND. Feb. 26 News that
Edward Parsons, an Insurance adjust
or of Portland, hanged himself last
night in Oakland. Cal.. was received
here today by business associates
He formerly lived In an cast side
residence, but since his wife left last
spring for California .be has lived
eisewnere. lie was about 40
An ordinary woman's cloak now
costs $75; but where does an ordi
nary woman get the money?
CHICAGO. Feb. 28. Major A. V-
Dalrymple. commander of the ex
pedition against the "Michigan rum
rebellion" returned to Chicago to
day with his crusaders to be faced
with positive federal orders forbid
ding liquor Kearcht-s or arrests with
out proper warrants.
The ruling, induced by the Iron
River, controversy. is exported to
throw out of court scores of whiskey
prosecutions In Chicago.
it was aid that scores of 'red"
prisoners, taking In the national
raids on alien radicals, have been
released lx-rause there were no war
rants before arrest.
Railway Express Signs
With 75,000 Employees
NEW YORK. Feb. 26. The Am
eriean railway express company to
day signed a national working agree
ment with the Order of Railway Ex
pressmen., said to b the first of lta
kind in the .history of American ex
press companies. It was announced
today. The agreement covers work
ing conditions, hours, rating or posi
tions of its employes throughout the
The numbe rot employes affected
Is approximately 75.000.
Mexico will soon get enough mon
ey in the ransom line to start an
WE'LL WARRANT WHEftl
our work rouvETmm
THAT YOU WILL BE
YES, we're quite able to
jrurntee tr plumbbg
work we do because we
never announce that .a job i
finished until it i perfect! jr
satisfactory both to us and to
our cuAtomer. We -know that
you 11 be entirely Mtisfied with
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A Big Line of
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other new lines.
We invite ymi to invject theiu. Our prices are right.
Salem Variety Store
152 North Commercial Street
LITTLE GIRL IS
Judge Kelly Sends Marvel
Hill Back to Sacred Heart
Poor little Marvel Hill doesn't
luite know Just to whom she dos
belong. .tic is the girl who was re
cently "kidnapped" by hor fatbor
and placed in the Sacred Heart acad
emy. Judge Percy R. Kelly Mgr.e.l
an order yoMrday according to
which Marvel will remain at the
academy and her mother and fath
er will have ejual opportunity and
privilege of seeing her.
Some time ago Marvel's mother
filed petition for divorce and stated
that Mr. Hill had seized the girl and
placed her in the school without
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