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- SEVENTIETH YEAK " ,
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1 i . 1 1 -
U. S. MAY BE
In Message to Congress Pres
ident Requests That Au
thority he Granted to Pro
tect Small Nation
BUCHTEL MEMBER OF
BELIEVES ACTION TO
BE "WISH OF PEOPLE"
Allied Council Asks That Mr.
Wilson Arbitrate Question
" of Boundaries
WASHINGTON. May 24. Author
ity to accept for the United States a
mandatory was asked of congress to
day by President Wilson. The execu
tive said he was conscious he wan
"urging a very critical choice4 but
that he did 8 "in the earnest belief
it will be the wish of the people of
the United States that this, should
' r The president's message was read
in both houses, but was discussed in
neither.! Each referred ttto its com
mittee of foreign relations.
. -. Some senate Republicans predicted
that the message would lie In the
asnafa rnmmlttp inriefinltelv.
Chairman Lodge of the senate
committee, had no - comment to
make. In the past he has declared
emphatically his opposition to the
' Senator Harding Republican,
chairman of the committee which
investigated Armenian' affairs, said
he would never consent to take a
mandate over Armenia and added
, that he did not think the aenate
: Senator Harding is the author of
the resolution adopted by the senate
congratulating the Armenians on the
recognition of their Independence
and asking the president, to send a
,. warship and American marines to
ujxn. .The president referred to
this resolution in bis message, but
senators pointed out : this , measure
was Adopted as a substitute for one
by 'Senator Williams, Democrat.
Mississippi, proposing that the Unit
ed States become the mandatory tor
The president informed the' sen
ate that he had accepted the invita
tion of the allied supreme council
that he undertake to arbitrate the
question of the boundary between
' Turkey and Armenia, saying he had
thought it hi duty "to accept this
difficult and delicate task."
Provision for a mandate is made
to the peace treaty and it is set
forth that such mandates shall be
executed under the league of nations
but since the United States Is not a
member, administration officials said
If congress decided that the United
States should act for Armenia, the
treaty provisions would be waived in
.. this case. .
The question of a mandate ovar
Armenia was discussed In the report
of the American 'mission to Armenia.
headed by Major General Harbord
recently presented to the senate. The
general estimated that acceptance of
the mandate would necessitate " the
presence of 50.000 American 'troops
there. Other estimates, however.
have placed It at iesa. once the Turk
lab army had been demobilized.
TRAFFIC CONDITION'S TO II K
WATCHED BY ORGANIZATION
Hhlppin and Railroad Interests Rep
resented Expedition f Traffic
At the request cr tie interstate
commerce commission In a telegram
received by the public service com
mission yesterday from Clyde B.
Aitchlson. the Portland gateway
committee has been formed and will
have is its function the constant
watching of traffic conditions in nr.
gon. Mr. Altchison's telegram to the
service commission asked that hwt
J to appoint one of its members for the
committee and Fred O. Iluchtel has
been named. The committee held an
informal meeting in Portland yester
day. Other members of the Portland
committee are a reDresentativ of
the Interstate commerce commission
and representatives of the shippers
and the railroads. '
The committee will act In a gen
eral advisory capacity in co-opera-tino
with the Interstate body which
has emergency powers under the car
service section of the transportation
act, and a national emerrency
caused by serious traffic congestion
at Chicago and other eastern centers
has caused the organization of simi
lar committees at different gateway
points... Embargoes, open routes, pos
sible re-routing with a view to expe
diting traffic and keeping the Inter
state commission advised will come
within the scope of the committee's
COMMON LABOR WAGE
Highway Act Passed by Spe
cial Session Becomes Ef
fective When Governor 01-
cott Proclaims Amendments
TO AWAIT CANVASS
Three New Levies This Year
and Another to Make in
SELF IS REPORTED
President Dies by Own Hand
to Avoid Capture, Says
MEXICO CITY, May 24. Presi
dent ' Venustlano-Carranza commit
ted suicide rather than be taken pris
oner, according to a telegram given
out this afternoon at the headquar
ters of General Gonzales. It pur
ports to have been sent from Cerro
AzuL state of Puebla. the morning of
Thursday, May 20, by Colonel Rodoi-
fo Herrero, who previous reports
state, was responsible for Senor Car
ranca's death. ,
Defeated Candidates Alleges
Vandevort Changed His
Trap Shoot Title Goes
to Troeh of Portland
PORTLAND. Or.. May 24. J. U. j
Troeh of Portland, won the 19"0
Oregon state trapshootlng-tltle today
by breaking 96 out of a possible 100
targets. His mark on the first day
of the race was 193 out of 200.
vhich gave him a total of 289 shat
tered out of 300. Mark A. Richard
of Corvallls, Or., was runner-up with
287 down out of 300.
Y Troeh also registered the highest
average among all amateurs for the
entire tournament, scoring 482 tar
get out of 500. Abner Blair of
Portland finished second with 479
out of C00, and Frank Templeton of
Portland third with 475 out of 500.
Leslie If. Reld of Seattle was high
Professional with 490 powdered out
of 500. Hogh E. Poston. San Fran
cisco pro. nlaced second with 479
out of son inH p. J. Holohan of
Portland third with 45 out of 500
J. L. Stafford of Portland won the
Oregon handicap with a score of 9 J
out of 100. while James W. Sea vey.
1919 Oregon state champion, won the
state doubles title with a score of
42 out of 50.
Alleging that H. H. Vandervort
changed his petitions as a candidate
for alderman from Ward 1 to read
"four-year term" instead of "two
year term," L. J. Simeral. whom
Vanadervort defeated for alderman
from that ward by 288 to 283 votes.
a margin of only fire-.' Simeral has
filed contest proceedings in the office
of City Recorder Race. The city
council will consider the contest at
the meeting on June 7.
It is alleged that VaVndenrort
ehanred Ills' netltion without the
knowledge of persons wno naa
George D. Alderin was defeated by
Dr. O.-L. Scott tor the two-year term
fromWard 7. having a lead of 40
vots. or 233 to 193.- Ralph Thomp
son had no opposition for the four-
other aldermen elected are:
Ward 2 Hal D. Patton, four
Ward 3 A. . Marcus, two yeara
J. Baumcartner. four years.
Ward 4 John B. Giesy, lour
Ward 5 J- A., jeiierson. iw
Ward K t:ari T. rope, lour iwr
George E. Halrorsen's lead over O.
J. Wilson for mayor is 721 votes. The
completed count on candidates fol
lows: - ,
For Mayor Halvorsen. 2334;
Wilson, 1613. '
For recorder- Evans, 1742; 3tace.
2183. ' V
For chief of police Moffitt.
1501; Morelock, 765; Patterson,
451- Welsh. 1414.
On the measures the following
mfa waa east:
Increasing salary of the chief of
police from $1200 to $1800 Yes,
2329; NO. lo..
Paving amendment ies.
No. 1160. M
Annexing state fair grounds ies.
2187; No, 1434.
Under the 4 per cent bonded in
debtedness amendment that was
passed by the people of Oregon at
the special election Friday. $ IV. 000.-
000 In state highway 'bonds will be
authorized for issue as soon as Gov
ernor Olcott proclaims the amend
ment effective, under the ten-mlllion-dollar
act of the special session or
All the amendments passed Friday
will be effective when so proclaimed
by the governor, which doubtless will
be as soon as the vote has been can
vassed officially by the secretary of
state. The other amendments are
that extending eminent domain over
roads and ways, the restoration of
capiul punishment, the Crook and
Curry county bonding amendment
and the measure making the presi
dent of the senate Instead of the
secretary of state successor to th
governor in event of the death, re
moval or resignation of the latter.
Ivie Next December
The other four of the nine meas
ures that were on the ballot, all of
which passed, date as effective from
the hour of closing the polls unless
the time is other wise specified in
Unoer the higher educational tax
ait the first levy will be made next
December, and since the first money
under the levy will not be available
until 1921. the act passed Friday ap
propriates for the current year ap
proximately. $1,247,000 from the
gereral fund of the state, the amount
that would be provided by the levy
on the basis of the present raluatlon
of property in the state.
The elementary school tax act will
be j effective with the levy of this
year, to be made in December, this
also is true of the educational aid
act for: service men. Exhaustion of
an appropriation of $250,000 by the
special session last January and ua
paid claims now amounting to about
$16,000 are expected to be met. by a
deficiency allowance by the state
emergency board within the nezt
I J ml tat ion Not Effective
The levy provided in the adult
blind school tax measure for ron
structiou of a school in Portland is
not made until December. 1921. and
the money Is not available until 1922
Also the tax for maintenance of the
Institution, which Is to be an annual
levy, is uot made first until Decemb
None of the tax measures voted on
are affected by the 6 per cent tax
limitation In the state constitution.
FOFR-L ORGANIZATION .N
NOlNCES JOIP TO 4 .04) n.lLY
Lumber Mill In Willamette Valley
Are Affected. Incladlng Two
The lxyal Lesion of Loggers and
Lumbermen announce the adoption
of a common labor wage of $4.60 In
District No. 2. comprising the lumber
mills of the Willamette valley. This
Is an increase of 10 cents a day fur
some employes and 20 rents a day
for others over the minimum which
heretofore has been $4.40 a day and
makes $4.60 the standard wage for
common labor In this district.
Among the companies affected are
the Silver Falls Timber company, the
Silverton Lumber company, the Ore
gon Pulp St Paper eompanx, the Fall
City Lumber company, the Charles
K. SpauWling Logging company and
the Uerlinger mills at Dallas.
Walter, Smith, who Is an employe
member of the board of directors for
District No. 2 and chief field officer
for District No. 5. with beai1qi-
at Aberdeen. Vah has been In thin
territory asslstlne in the adjustment
and made announcement of the In
WOULD - BE
Lowden Campaign Cost Over
Four Hundred Thousand
Dollars According to Evidence
IS ELLIOTT'S PLAN
STATK MUtKMTKIl lolTH TO
xi::i ok cniniNc; kirks
OffU-UI TclU ruaarrrUl flab M
bora (oMtewttuaj VUllor Nhovld
CHARGES PILE UP UNDER
Each Leader Testifies Against
Opponents, as Fight Progresses
Fall From Fast Moving Train
Results in Only Minor
PORTLAND 2TH CITY.
According to census reports Port
land ranks 28th among cities in the
United States, with Seattle holding
21st place. Population and rank of
other cities show:
f Baltimore, seventh.f753.826; Se
attle, Wash., 21st, 315,362; Jersey
City. 19th. 297.864; Portland. Or.,
8th, 258.28g; Denver. 27th. 256.
369; Oakland. Cal.. 32nd. 216.361;
Dallas. Tex.. 58th. 158.976: Scran-
ton, 38th, 137.783; Trenton. 62nd.
iis.289; Salt Lake. 57th. 118.119:
Norfolk. 82nd. 115.777: Lovrell.
.4th, 112.497. l
r. OF V. CRKW wixs.
SEATTLE. Wash.. May 24. Unl
tersity of Washington varsity and
freshman eight-oared crews swept
the Purple and Gold to victory over
the Blue and Gold of University of
California In three and two-mile
races over the Lake Washington
course here today. A scant six feet
r itr separated the California
.nriiT rrom the finish of the three
mile erent when the Sun Dodgers
the line. California fresh
mM lirt lencths behind when
tarn-mil race ended. Official
Mm of the varsity of 16:33 4-5; for
the freshmen. 10:4.
Water Competition No Worry
to Roads As Yt, Says
SAN FRANCISCO. Afay 24. All
transcontinental freight rates to the
Pacific coast will be lowered to
meet possible water competition only
when the railroads actually fear this
competition, declared H. G. Toll of
Chicago, representative of the trans
continental roads, at the hearing to
day before Examiner W. A. DJsqoe
of the Interstate commerce commis
sion of the so-called lnter-mountaln
Toll declared that the rate revision
proposed by the United States rail
road administration was too low to
give the roads fair compensation,
and that the new schedule submitted
to the Interstate commerce commis
sion by a committee from the rail
roads was considered more just.
Toll was cross-questioned by Seth
Mann of the Saa Francisco chamber
ot commerce. J. It. Campbell of Spo
kane, representing the Intermediate
Rate association. 11. W. Prick ett of
Salt Lake, Howard Dickinson of
Denver. F. A. Jones of the Arizona
Railroad -commission and W. II.
Chandler of the Doston chamber of
commerce and president of the Na
tional Industrial Traffic league.
PARIS. May 24. PresUent De-
rhanel retained to the palace this
evening after his miraculous escape
from death near Montargit last night
when he plunged hend first thrvsgh
window of the special train on
iwhich he was traveling to dedicate
monument to Senator Raymond.
French aviator, killed In the war.
The president looked not much the
worse for his experience.
M. Deschanel. who was accom
panied on his trip by automobile
from Monlargis by Madame Dear ban-
el and Premier Millerand. alighted
in the Elysee yard without help. His
face showed the marks of the accident.
"You may tell your people in Am
erica that the president is sound.
physically and mentally," Premier
Millerand said., -only a few scratch
es remain ot the experience. ' Pres
ident Deschanel is feeling so good
that he Insists on presiding over the
council of ministers to be held to
It developed from M. Millerand's
talk that the escape of the president
was miraculous, as the premier said
the train was traveling at 50 kilom
eters an hour. "It is fantastic, he
Jules Steeg. minister of the In
terior who vras on the train, reported
to Premier Millerand that M. Des
chanel alighted on soft sand, head
"It is fantastic. M. Millerand
said. 'I have advised the president
to retire to Rambouillet for a few
weeks, because it is only on the
morrow thtt he will feel the reaction
from the strange experience.
Throurhsut Paris and even In of
ficial drcls the failing health of
the president Is ascribed as contri
buting to the accident. The train
was rounding a curve whn he open
ed the window, the president told
M. 1llermitte. his chief of cabinet.
this morning that he was suddenly
overcome with dlxxiness and recol
lected nothing until he regained
consciounness on the roadway.
WASHINGTON. May 24. Evl
ience that 4)4.914.7x had been
rpent in behalf of Uaverpor lowden.
Republican, of lllinula. and a charge
I that the outlay In the Obio primary
I contest between Senator Harding.
Republican, and General leonard
Wood, made Senator Newberry's
Michigan campaign "look like a
piker," marked the opening today of
the senate's lnestlgatioa Into pre
convention campaign expenditure.
Frank H. Hitchcock, former
master general. appearing as the
representative of General vVood.
threw but little light on the gene
rals campaign expanses, and Sena
tor Harding's manager will lie ex
amined later, as wlil several Wood
T. L. Emerson, secretary of slats
for Illinois, speak in c for Governor
Lowden, came armed rlth records
and canceled checks and ga7 I'g
tires. names, date and localities
Of the total spent, he said $ 7 .-
175.7K ws contributed by the kov
emor himself. Friends gave I3T.
he tt stifled
were stopped on orders from Gov
Detailing expenditures. Mr. Etner
a tmokeleaa tsrararr In Oregon Is
the objective of the state department
. r . . . .
" twrwry wbico nas inaagvraled a
campaign for the prevention of for
lesterday was the beginning of
iortt protection wek. F. A. Elliott
Mate forevter. ha had printed
erj tbousaad window card and
rn tor asioraobiie wiaio
shlrldi. arcing cast ion against rare
lcsnea that may reaolt la fir.
In aa address st the Monday
luncheon of the Salem Coratnvmai
club yesterday Mr. Elliott referred lo
the several conventions that are to be
held in Oregon clti this sammer
and said the Willamette valley
shonld be kept aa frc as pocaltle
from smoke for the benefit of East
ern vUltom. ,
Eighty-five per cent of the for
est fires are preventable. Mr. El I toll
declared. Ho nrged the Commercial
club lo Initiate a move to nrovlde Ra-
I lent with a landing field for aJr-l
patrol pet-vice daring the coming
summer and fall season.
J. D. Hill, pilot of a big plane that
landed la Salem yeterday. was also
a speaker and emphatically urged lo
cal rltlxena to provide a field.
WUH Bat One County Out,
California's Senator SLows
Plurality of 953 Over Ma
jor General Wood
ISOLATION OF CURRY
DELAYS FINAL COUNT
Complete Returns From Ttnd
of Counties in State Compiled
PORTLAND. May 24
erg. ss. an oiler, stood for J raja-
before collections lutes on a steel beam of the Parotide
street bridge, above the Willamette
river hero today, with one wrist
son testified that a total ef 113 7.2 4 3 caught fast under a steel lrer by
was sent Into different states, the! which the draw Is released to be
Michigan primary campaign with opened, while other bridge attache
',9.1 41 taklnr he most. Iad policemen worked fsrtonaJy bwt
The Lowden committee, ne sald.ivatniy to rieas aim. uoctorswere
1 ad sent $38,000 into MlrwourL en- ru,hvd th tTil to per-
tor Reed. Iiemocrat. Questioned m Oberg fo allow wen to a
to determine the method of I'j rise. I mlnlater aa anaesthetic to eaaa the
PORTLAND. Or.. May 2J Joka-
. Present stops will be madj'OB l4 OTr vd
by planes engsged la the ieeet j vote on 4 compilation made late to
algkt by The Oregoalaa. The fig
ures were: Johnson 42.K4; Wood
41.911. They were baaed oa complete
ofMcisl retaras from on eovisty.
complete aoffklal re tarn a from IS
o-inti asd iBewrapleta rvtnras from
c !!. with one eowaty yet to
report. It was estimated that net
more than 20t vote maal Bed un
reported when the tabalatloa was
made, and the Ore goals a. which has
sapported Wood, announced that
Johnson had apparently won, Dow
Walker, manager of the Wood cam
paign, still declined to eoacede John
son's victory, peodlng final returns.
Wallace MrCamaat. one of the dele
gate lo the repabUcaa national coo
vent ion elected la tbo primary, as-
Haas Ob-JucrJ tonight that he weald not
Bridge Beam Holds Arm Half
Half Hour While Leva
since there was ro primary election.
"Getting out the Lowden sen ti
de nt was the purpose. Mr. Enuncr-
son said, adding it had been success
ful because the delegate would sup
port the governor's candidacy.
"Cost about II M0 a delegate for
Missouri's 3." eommentcd Senator
E. If. Moore, who testified to ron
tributions of abou: 122.000 to the
rinulrn for Governor Cox. Demo
crat. Ohio, charged heavy expendl- 1,l-,-li:t'Torw
frightful pain he was nadergoiag.
but the old man firmly refused.
Finally an acetylene torch was
brought from "a nearby Iron works
and the lever which held Oberg't
rid was slowly melted ta two. ao
that he was released. At the hos
pital whero he was taken It was said
O berg's hand would probably hart
to be amr stated.
ores in th- Republican primary con
test In Ohio and provoked a hot par
He told the committee Colonel W
Proctor was "the anrel of Gen
eral Wood's campaign In Ohio. He
testified to extensive newspaper ad
vertising In the primary fight, lie
waa Interrupted by Senstor Ppeneer
Republican, Missouri, who said the
witness nias making general chars:.
and demanoed names.
"I know a chicken hawk from a
hand-saw." Mr. Moore rttorted
Call John E. Frlce. who ran the
Wood campaign and he will tell yon
what the Harding men spent. Ask
Harry M. Iaugherty. Harding's man-
Extraordinary Session of Con.
gress Elects New Pres-
MEX1CO CITY. May 24. Adolfo
de La Huerta of Sonora. waa named
president ad Interim by the extraor
dinary session of congress this eve
ning. He received 224 votes against
28 for Pablo Gonxales.
General Antonio Villareal was the
only other candidate.
The extraordinary session fixed
for 3 o'clock this afternoon, did not
begin work until 6 o'clock because of
the lack of a quorum. After one
hour and a half of balloting. Govern
or de La Hnerta received the neces
sary two-thirds majority.
The new Incumbent holds office
under the "Acua Prieta plan" and
has already postponed presidential
elections from July 4 to September
3th. under authority of the "Agua
Prieta plan" which makes him su
preme chief of the Liberal constltu
lional army. He exercised the same
authority In calling the extraordin
ary session of congress.
State Bar Examination
Scheduled for Today
IXFAXTRV HACK Tt) CAMP.
TACOMA. Waah.. May 24. The
First and 35th Infantry regiments,
recently ordered into Montana from
Camp Lewis, returned to Tacoma at
& o'clock tonight, under command
ot colonel Herman Han. and pro
ceeded Immediately to camp.
El GENE, Ore.. May 24. A con
vention of the Oregon-V aahlagton
Collectors' league was held In thl
city today with about J different
firms and collecting a reticle pres
ent. Many of tne visitor arrived
Saturaday night and Sunday morn
ing and were escorted by Le at
Travis, secretary of the Lane
County Credit association, to Nun-
rod, on the Cpper McKeatle river.
where the day was spent at fishing
and other amusements with big
dinner at the Nimrod hotel. A4
drrc on various topics were
held at today's, meeting It was
the ronernsws of oii a ton among the
support Johnson la th convention,
regard le of the osteon of la
presidential preference contest.
Curry eonnty. situated on th
bleak Pacific, and almost laaece
sihle. has not yet reported bnt efforts
srr being mad tonight to get fig
ure through Marsfcflcld. or Haadon.
Tho familiar with tb Curry pop
ulation said tonight that th Curry
covin ty rvtnras w14 not caaag tb
la teat figure materially. '
The total ri4atlaJ rot coss
pited gnv Jkao 42.t4l; Wood
41.177; Lowden 1MIS; Hoover 14,
Coo county returns received oarty
yesterday gave Johnson 1921 votes
aad Wood C77. Advice tonight war
to th effect that Jekasow a vol
honld hire been 1211. This cat
down his reported Wad.
Evry canty la which thr was
a larg rrglst ration had ben report
ed ahaost completely tonight, in
cluding Clatsop, ta which ther Is a
larg labor rote, rourtem coy tie
have reported romp let.
ftaafleld McDonald. campaign
manager for Senator Johnson ta Ore
gon. Is running second among th
delegates at larg. Other candidates
for d legate, who are among tb
first four (fmr to V lctd( aro
either Wood or Lowden men. accord
lag to their statement on th ballot.
They ar pledged, accordlag ta tho
etectioa laws of Oregon, how ever, to
support th candidal for tb prjrai
deney who receive ta highest popu
lar tot of his party.
arer. and he will tell you what ,h coUeetors rrenl lht there ho. Id
Wood men spent." "edit association l.ke th oe-
.. . ... v . in Kurene In ererwr roantr eat
-Call John T. King, who started
In aa manager of Cieneral Wood s
campaign, it yon want to know about
the story of the underwriting of the
Wood ramrsign. 1 take It this It
a real investigation and not a sia
show. I know of one man who put
up SS0.009 for Wood. If King won't
tell. 1 will give you the name.
Ir. R. J. llcrsey of Wheeling, ap
pearing tor Senator utneriano. lie-
publican, it West Virginia, dealt at
length with the Wood camtnigu
there, declaring It had been "like a
eircos with Its gro publicity." Sen
ator Sutherland, he raid, had spent
tbout S3..0 In his campaign
n Kucene in everwy county
so that In format Ion could b
changed. Tb meeting closed
night with a dinner daac at
RETIREMENT BILL r.eiE3l.
WASHINGTON. May 24. - Th
1 1 civil servlc retirement btO. pcwvld-
V 1 lag for tb retirement ot gwvsrameat
to-1 employe at part salary, waa signed
the' today by President WiVaom. It be
come effective la nlaty days.
The semi-annual bar examination
conducted by the board ot examin
ers of th state bar association be
gan here today with about 30 appli
cants taking the testa, including one
woman. The supreme court appoints
the board of examiners and delegates
to It power to pas on th qualifi
cation at the khnplktrits. but th
j court reserve the right to paaa nn
1 ally on the applicants.
for Wreck, Discharged
PORTLAND. May 21. -W. H
Flsrh. brakeman of a train which
waa held to be at fault in a colli ion
two weeks ago near Bertha. Or .
which eaavd the killing of elgM
and tho Injury of 4 persons, has
been discharged from the service of
the Southern Pacific, according to
announcement by officers of th
company uiade today. S'laa Wlllett.
motorman ct the train Witch was on.
was among the killed, and Austin
Pharis. tta conductor, waa so badly
Iniured that he ha not yet been
able to report bark for duty.
STEVE NH OFFEREII PtHfTlOX.
PORTLAND. May 2 4. Jay W.
Stevens, formerly second assistant
fire chief and fire marshal of Port
land, and now- h-ad of the fir f re-
vent Ion bureau of the Pacific, with
headquarters In San Francisco, has
been offered the position of field
secretary of the National Fire Pro
tection association, to have charg
of all the field work of the organ
Can da. according to word re
ceived here today. Mr. Steven Is
STOCKTON; NO STOP
' AFTER RED- BLUFF
STOCKTON. Cal. May 21. Dele
gates to the Pacific Coat Ad Men's
clubs joined a 'j;:' and ntertln-
ment on the root garden ot the Hotel
Governor Den Olcott of Oregon and
Lieutenant R. M. KKeUy. army avi
ator, rear bed Moeaion ai
o'clock. They made a non-atop flight
from Red Bluff, having bopped off
from Eugene. Ore. this morning
Governor Olcott went at once to th
. munities Is gone forvr and our
I trip by air Is lead lag to th eatahlJsa
neni of a rapid rota ran ska lion b
teen oar great w eater state.
t Yoa CaJiforalana certainly bar a
I woadrfal at aad waat ta boost
It that a w&t we're fcera tor. AM
It is through tboa cthaiatt coa
uatioDi of advtrtltisg anew that w
are going to b able to do this. Ore
goa asd this grwl state bar marts
I common aad throngh tbos rapid
mrtni of coram slcat ion which now
departmental sessions of the Ad club, proven poaaibte. w ssn
convention and addreed tee ait
Ing delegate. Lieutenant Kenny
alto made a talk.
"Ueutenaat KeKlly and 1 cer
tainly want to express oar greatest
appreciation for the woa4rfl re
ception given us her. la Siocktoo."
declared Governor Olcott.
"W had a wonderfully enjoyable
trip down from Eugvno today aad
ar proud that w am able to narrow
the dl nance between ur two coast
-Th great northwest caravan
mean that th ag-otd provincial
spirit of antagonism between com-
i to eaert the f :: poasibl co-oper-
atl to bring about tb development
of or Pacific rot as a bona of
-When I left my hori with th
Northuevt Carsvsa for the Oregon
Caltfara.a border ti I tad no
thght of asahiag this air jonmry
but when I came Into coat art with
the tru co-operative spirit ot tb ad
vertising men I roonld not re: tb
opportunity to lota them in their
rgrewt conclave I, ywur city.
Th p rest d cat aad "i starte of
th vtaltisg clab weru gnests of Lb
Stockton Ad e!sh.