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GEBHARDT TO RESIGN
JOHNNIE HOLMAN TO
WHEN HANDLEY COMES
BRING HOME BRIDE
XTfrlLlIAM EOWAJ&D TATT. fenner president o
yy United States, who will arrive ia Salem at 3:45 o'clock
tkia morning and te a griei. of th city throughout the
day. He will lecture at the anncnr tonight on the subject of
KXAMIXKU DF.CI.ARK.S POLITICS
ROMANCE IIEGIX IX ARMY DAYS
SHOULD NOT INTERFERE
MAKES WKI)I)IX(i HELLS RlXCi
I "The League of Nations Up tc Dile." A luncheon will te
Assistant Asuumw That New Com
missioner Will Want to Name
Motor Trip Planned Through Kunoui
given in his honor at the Marios hotel at 12:30.
Green Springs Valley Hefore Re
r v y
. SEVENTIETH llSAlt " , - -l VrTrrZm
1 SLK1. OUKiat.V. SATURDAY MOUXING. MAY P. loan. MUC1.; llVa. CtaT
- , , -m a r . , i - i n i i - " ' - ' - - " '' -i-i-pi mi i
Meeting to be Free and Open
Choose Man to Appeal to
EACH AGGREGATION SURE
CANDIDATE WILL WIN
A. E. Gebhardt. examiner for the
state corporation department, will
resign as soon as T. B. Bradley, suc
cessor to H. J. Sehulderman. arrives
to assume his place as head of the
"In my judgment the corporation
department exercises one of the most
important functions of the state gov
ernment." said Mr. Gebhardt today
"It should be kept out of politics as
nearly as that can, be done, and
should be conducted with the single
purpose of administering the law in
an efficient and businesslike manner
John W. Holnian of Salem, famil
iarly known as "Johnnie," who has
a record of many years service with
the Oregon national guard, who
terved on the Mexican border and
who was one of the earliest to enlist
'.or war service, will leave Tuesday
night, June 1. for Baltimore. Md..
icd about July 1 will return to Sa
lem with a bride.
Mr. Holnian will be married to
Miss Ethelyn M. Lewis of Baltimore,
the welding to take place at Freutr
icksburg, Md.. on June . Freder
icksburg 13 the home of the young
woman's parents. Mr. Holnian and
Miss Lewis met while the former was
Mr. Wilson Appro? of Plat
form Adopted by Virginia
'I TTMMTno f r IltnHlav K a - aw
LhaJlCCS ImnrOVC tor Johnnn comnwssiontr, will wish to appoint
WW J m W W " I wutwiiv a m la aur if lCk. . atlU A BUalttl -" b aav.aa wuvri
YVOOd and LOWden day I therefore, tender him my resign a-1 M.'a Lewis was In war camp com-
nun as soon as ne arrives. luunny service, i
ine newtyweus, louowing me wea
ding, will enjoy a motor trip through
the world-fatnouk Green Springs val
ley. They will go to Gettysburg bat
tlefleld. back to Baltimore, then to
Atlantic City for a few days, and on
the way west will stop at Chicago
to visit relatives of Mr. Holnian.
They will be at home in Salem
arter July 1 at 344 North Front
street, the home of Mr. Holman's
mother, Mrs: C. M. Holnsan.
. CHICAGO. May 28 The vanguard
of the Republican national conven
tion forces descended on Chicago to
day and tonight presidential row
was buzzing with the gossip un
leashed by a dozen national commit
teemen and several score of their po
The developments of the evening
Announcement by J. B. Kealing cf
Indiana that the coming convention
IDEA SAID TO SET FORTH
ATTITUDE OF THE PARTY
Officials of Railway Em
ployees' Organizations Say
Men Need More Money
CHICAGO Mit 28 Official of
iS tO be "free and open" and that ! railroad m.Tlnve orran1zfion not
the voting majority of the? unlnst rue-Inn iv win f.i ommuiioH ti fin
ted delegates who make It so are to ! r mm trvinr to nvni th mn fmm
be organized to select the candidate heaving railroad service but will ac
t who will appeal most strongly to quiesce in such action if taken unless
one voters on eiecuon aay. the railway labor board erants a
: Assertion by Robert H. Todd, pa- prompt and just increase In wages,
tlonal committeeman from - Porto I r m .Min.. r th
Jticq i and several other party lead- ra'ilroad lato'r department. American
nJ.lLZ t a ,l, " 1 Federation of Labor, testified today.
Governor .lxwden. ' I , tnan, iah, ..hv. h t
2l l . by campaign mana- the hearlng being conduct by. the
S.S" ,ravm W iw8? board. At the same time Mh JeVel!
and Major General Leonard Wood 1 j , j . .
that the prospects of their candidates " .' 7, . , i 1? 1.1 29 votes of the necessary two-thirds.
k. .il,n. I"" ,uuutte mm,u,um ""Sc tha hnnw failed tndav In n.i. th
.VX IlUUlW'ra. (CAA A r, , 1 V. I ' " '
Republican Congress Called
"Vain and Extravagant
FAIL5 TO PASS
; I .
Congress Does Not Override
President's Veto of Bill
to End War
WASHINGTON. May 28. Lacking
a . - . wv lancu ivua; a.w
ij Clarence B. Miller, acting secre- LVk ' , r . , w L, Kno' resolution to end the war with
tiry of the national commlfteJ J?1 "V ofdi"erentLals- laklng Germany and Austria over President
rtvTd tUa? with a e...hazar "- Wilson-, veto. The result was not
briefs in 122 contest which have pf"en.ce an.Q ponsjouuy ana con-Unexpected. The vote was 220 to
beeh filed at Wa-hinton Twentv- f aerauon Dy tne ooar? OI.?e " "2. seventeen Democrats
WASHINGTON. May 2S.--rreI-1
dent Wilson's conception of the cam
paign issues of 1920 was elucidated
today in a letter made public ex
pressing th president's "full accord"'
with the sentiments contained In the
platform rc-cently adopted by the
Virginia Iemorratic convention.
The leaeue of nations plan, which
declared for ratification of the treaty
of Versailles "without reservation.
which would Impair its essential In
tegrity." was particularly commend
ed by the president. He also singUd
cut for praite fne platform's declar
ations on finance and reconstruction,
which" Included a general proposal
to revise tax laws and deplored agi
tation for Indi.icriniinate bonui"
for soldiers of the preat war.
The letter was ad.lressed to Sena
tor Glass of Virginia, who dratu-d
the state platform, and Its publica
tion from the White Honse generally
was regarded as forecasting what the
president and his suppotters wouH
expect to b written Into the party'
national platform at San Francisco.
The national platform was not men
tioned directly by tha president
three additional contestHncludes 06 mV"' made fbile the wlth Republicans in attempting to prnocrat. had "set forth the alll-
celeeates In states which have elac-I ., u"""ri u""-1 override the veto, while two Kepuo- lBUP " lu - '
Jt 1 thl t nt considered a "Just iiCan9 TOted with the Democrats to nation-and other Important issues.
imtMi .-a . unu. I award. 1 sustain It. Hefore startine the fiht The league plank occupies a large
Lna ..'th.-aI Mr. Jewell's demands for a on the floor Reonblican leaders ore- laee In thr Virgiala platform, em-
gates will be removed by the national I "prompt and 3at" decision by the dieted that the veto would stand by I bracing a declaration for "a leagu?
committee, if the delegations thera- I board were a reiteration of requests! a margin of ten. but announced their of nations" and praising -the ei-
fV i . tt-V .i r -- .- il
f - . . . . a;. :
Gompers and Allen Argne tbe
Right of Kansas Labor Laws
in Remarkable Meeting at
FUTURE OF WORHNGMAN
ONE OF CHIEF TOPICS
f . . . 1 v
rvO: 'r s v
selves fail to act.
made by representatives of all the! determination to make the fight and I ceptlonal achievement at Parts In
other . railroad crafts in their testi-l let the vote go to the vote of the I olred in the adoption of a leagu
mony and elicited a sharp question I people. land treaty so near akin to American
from QJadge R. M. Barton, chairman I Preceding final action, which I Ideals. The president Is praised for
of the board, as to whether "labor! again end?d efforts to establish I "steadfastlv standing for the covr-
was issuing an ultimatum or trying! peace, there was an hour of debate Inant agreed to" and the Republican
to dictate as to what decision should! in which the president's position I reservations and peace resolution
be rendered. . I was assailed by Republicans and de-I tre condemned
In reply ,Mr. Jewell declared that fended by Democrats. Attacking the! Some of the other features of th
there was no intention of Issuing an! Republican leadership of congros?. Virginia platform are: A declar
..1.1 ... 1 A . A . . 1 D . I t, r I . I . .
- . i uiiimniuui, uui tuai ine empioyetl ncvrcwuuitKe vuonauj, uemocrai. i suuu ut id rimifni mcrcoini mir
LiariOn COUntVS UnOta IOr wanted tha board to understand that Texas, challenged the party in con- ine. with rale to American citizen
m . I i . . . lat a & t a - a. . . &
a nmu nau Deen reacnea ana inatiir' preseui a risni-oui reoiu-iir oFf-ranon nnoer ine American
OLD PARTY NOW
National Jackpot One
r,"-"V r-iLTaVrrfr C -C
Large Crowd Gitbers to Hear
Leaders of Two Movements
SWk' YORK. Mif 2. rU
t:as of capital sad UVor. thm rlflt
to striae a&d Its UrUIrswy as re
tards te effect e Ike rV!lr: tie
Kisni Udastrial ccsrt lav asi It
siaUKAAf to lae fatsre f Ike
workiacraaa. were 4l-a f rto all
aactes la a rvtaarkstJe tu t
alckt ta Carag kail Utvwa Sata
el Gompers. prt!deat X tie Atf-
iraa redrstioa of Labor, aad Go-
iraor II. J. AUs of Kaaaaa.
Coveraor AH'a'a xasia oatat
was tkat rveraaet kss Ike nxlt
to prolyl tie paUlc ar Wtr.ke
iha its welfaro Is !rerl)e4. wkJU
Mr. Goaopvrs kkl to Ike arrsat
tkat o l raa preveat a taaa frea
rtoppiac. If by solar e nay Utm-
f.t klmsrif aad kl fatal:. Mr.
i ICowpers lkei4 Ike Kaasaa tav
1 llrul roorl law Ike "aa-A&tnrma
slave law.' aad Govsraor AI de
clared k ka4 lake away from ktr.
Gotnpers kis dlvlae r'xkt to order
a to e-sit work.
Tk oratory of Ike dttr was
partast4 wtta f reqeat ckers a&l
Noe It a4krria of k aa4
ooraaZoaaJ ;-( tkootel tVosa
Ike tloer aad Ike fcateoa.
Ia r-rt of lie rlrM to strike.
Mr. Gear d-clared ttat Ike cctaJ
tBars strike took toys t of tk
cale; Ikal tko tet'Jte woflrrV
WILLIAM HOYARD TAFT
TO ARRIVE IN SALEM AT !;;:4iSiH.L:
AN EARLY HOUR TODAY
failed to do so.
Covemor Al'.oa'a tadcitrtsl rot
taandaeat was. "yo okall sM eca
p!r to jt dowa tko t4'ry se-
csoary lo I be wtlfaro cf Ike e-
Vkii :ke reersl patllr stji wo
kato kU ea&(.(k of tiU." ke aall.
unless fair Increases In wages werehon for repeal of U war-time legis- tJag. of all merchant vessels acquired r lerimr Hen tMcoii. in. iure
granted the men the situation might I latloa and promised Democratic sup-lby the government during the war. j Kay. Mr. Tnft will !h' tak'ii at
Prfp.1 rations an- nrsctually coirplcto for thr rrcptiou of Ex- c
rnsidcnt William Ilt,wanl fail wno win arrive in tnc ci a ?:si Wko ratm's Ike dlvtao rUkt lo
tliis mnrnine. sl work?" Csteraor AIW askol.
Mr. Taft will met at the station .y a committee romf-)W !M aatwered wita ckeer aa-1
hen .f tl.e Miprrme Unrh anl T. II. nm .... ... . .
become beyond the control
Ben F. West, chairman of thel ,
llanon county Republican central
committee,! was In . Portland yester-1 " a P,sl J
ay to attend a meeting of the ways baS0line Ot fOTtland
and means committee of the nation- SuDdIv to Last 30 DflVJ
.ut .,r' 6 ; I Portland, or.. May 28. with
amn.frn fBTV i. a cargo of Li2g,000 gallons of gaso-
M.fr J .. . An Mine, the tank steamer El Segundo
VV7. "11 ; " V.K 7 V ' the Standard Oil company arrived
I?,"1 counties of the state have here io6 SormMj thi8 quantity
V ' T V 7 DUl niJ, u 1 woJd e sufficient for ten days'
per cent of Marion county's share , in the ,ocal marketf Dut un.
nas been raised. The money Koes .k nMVo:nn .n.ninn. nr
Oirectly ta Fred W. ITpham. treasn-.y,nriava ,nH r.iinnm.r it mns iast
rer of the national Republican com- for 20 dayg This cargo tesU under
mlttee at Chicago. Local Republi- o6 for EpeCifc gravity and accord-
-u. re requirea to turn over meir ing to w R Donaldson of the Stan
money to Mr. West, who forwards It. dard on company, if Oregon con
: e says that all members of the Burners would have their needs for
art7 who wish to help elect a Re- gasoline supplied they will have to
Publican president should call on waive the renuirenwnt that it be of
aim for contribution cards. This higher standard than &6. State and
an nas been decided on by tne
tational committee so the national
fund may be made Nip of small con
tributions. No individual may give
more than $1000.
A. L. Mills of Portland Is chalr
of the state committee and M.
R. Klepper secretary.
one- to uir iartn i.ici mrrr ia rna.i!m la r tar re LnUc
the Port in an effort to pass it in the Condemnation ot the Republican will rct until iumui. srr-y e.I44 Ike kce o-tsatlr
event or a presidential veto. congress for "vain and extra-raranM ttes as9ortrs of erk arakee.
Declaring that passage of the I Investlrations. costing 12.000.000:1 At 12:20 a luncheon will be serveJ roriUil br ne wu a taa-a ro. i jf Oour-rt itj Otrtor Ali
Knox resolution would fix the time reveaUnn nothlnc beyond the Inca-1 t the Marlon with Mr. Taft as a
oi repeat oi war-iime laws, uepre- pacity or Reoubl can no tlciana ml . w ti.w... f. m. .f.
sentatlve Mondell. Republican lead- cope with the Kravest problem." T" Z , , T'
er. came taca wun a cnanenge to a declaration that neither lahor " "
the Texas member to give proor of j nor capi'al shrinld at any time "take Commercial clab or at the xarion
his abilitr to "deliver Democratic I met inn that win ian:. .k. k for II a plate.
nem" Dut tne answer was lost in a I ii nirv .. .. ..-.. I Tne protram tor anrnc n t nun. innni in .
howl from both sides of the chani-1 inrVm.i. . .. will be diotHl to tlc ti-aure of etrnlac in .rVr to arroaspaay Ik
ber. rnmri IiCT V .T-.k 1 . the visitor. I, la poaslb;.- Mr. T.M T.ft par-y to hi. C, ,e.urd.y
Later in the day. however. Mr. r-.,. r ..- ,, " I will care lo play jrolf. in htrit evr.t i raorn'nt
CnnnallT without rnmmont throwl.i i ., ... . . . h will l takrn to the Itxal Oif Slu'h mi"rt fra twm bo B
, .,,,, llr tnijuuinnieni oi ine reoeran : ' ... ....
. 1 1 ... . i . n .v . ik,. l.nmp rf lh inil In the bixin lacrbuB
. 1 ... I .1'. ... . -
local officials already have agreed
to waive enforcement of the gravity
test law pending relief of present
POUCF. KILL HTUDKXT
. MADISON, . May 28. Carl Jann
aorf of Grand Rapids, Mich., a soph
omore student at the University of
Wisconsin, was shot and killed here
late today by a policeman during an
argument with students whom he at
tempted to stop from taking a bar
pole, intended to be burned dur
?g an undergraduate frolic tonight.
Patrolman Matt Lynaugh was said
to have fired the shot.
According to the witnesses the po
liceman had arrested a student for
" iteallng the pole. A crowd of stud
ents, including Janndorf, followed.
wemanding the student's release.
: ACCIDENT DISCLOSES DRUGS.
SEATTLE. Wash . Mav 28. Acci
dental discharge of a -pistol and the
woundine of Ihrim Inhnson. 32. a
longshoreman, resulted-today in the
elxure of narcotic druea of an esti
mated value of $5300 and Johnson's
arrest on a charge of violation of
eaeral anti-narcotic statutes.
Johnson wan rlrnlnsr the nistol
Je said, when it was discharged, the
kullet shattering a hone In the left
thigh. Police, called to give aid to
the wounded man. Investigated his
longings and found the drugs in
T:,J!1,.I f. Ootirta a4 Coeror
he Colam-la Liter wj, miafm monf a!
a ir.p oirt tow v.--. ....w. 1 .2kd c-a Ike staro &oeilv af?e a
Bltavay. I O'clock !.:! tka lliUtr -aai aJ
Mr. Taft spent yetrday la La- f-,v ... .ui v. .
I Urt- bodr of saertea. XTLrm fV
teaitly. Fraak Ckamtr-. s-err-w firrt t ef k,4 i'.i
lo AaUm Tksrdar .. -
Mr. reiKft. Iko rrrt seaker.
inio ine noue nopper a joint resoiu- i reserve srsiem the farm loan .-llin'- mf " " " -
Hon Drovldlnz for reoeal of every bit -i '.. ..rJ.; ?. " . to Sllv. rton to Uit the hmo of the ! and tn tke town lacrha. Man
oi war-time legislation, effective on con,V ' ... in,nfl j, late Homer Iavrni.rt. No definite r rt,on h- b-ea made for th
the date of the resolution's passage. Criticism of ronrZT. rJ J, P ma1' or !h' fcour,!u,"r h ,nr, "uh
Soon after. Representative Acker- u "t 'JLJ ,iTrDIS3denr. ,n 2 oe,ork nd ,b iim l lo ,n', 'h '
man. Republican. New Jersey, pre- If or ' id"f TafCa lere at the armory to- Hi- talk ih l.xae of Na'lona I ?
sented a similar resolution. Neither ft" ' 'V. J 7" V-"' ly ,htT T!
to be cilW A a i. . . The dlMinxulhed vlPttor wiiiibeara mm. to i-e one oi me
ness " oarnesaea ousi- faTf m Sunday morning for j h. rie
Appioval of the "utmost genTo-
op before the summer recess of ad
journment. The Connally resolution
calls for repeal of "all acts and res
. - !..:-
r-t- -k . t ,,,,;,fR or eonsnmpt'on and retroac
m,irm.B Pn,.., f !,w Te lndicrim-
1 1 v sl. V V v iimii iiibii a v a . s. wa
the foreign affairs com
with the members to ov
veto, while Representa
Virginia, ranking Democrat on the
committee, and Representative Con-
PDfS OF iNO HURRY FOR
ftHlJLtl ill a. JkJ a viujuuii iiviuu
Bathing Girl's Parade
Opposed by Women
PORTLAND, Or.. May 28.-
story printed in Portland papers to
the effect that one of the reatures naiiv aiso member, urced the
o; the Shrine convention here next nouse to stand by the president.
month woula be a paraae oi warn
ing girls clad so that no mistake
might be made as to what sort or
girls they were intended to repre
sent, today caused a comimttee of
women to. appear before the bnrtne
entertainment committee and pro
test against such a procession.
Several committees of women rep
resenting several organizations ap
peared before the committee but on
ly one protest was heard. T ne com
mittee announced mat tne propose
feature would be "called off" and
that further protests were unneces
r"' t' arrstct w tko aa
Botnf.m,i iai e kd ket) la ram-Irr-a'a
today wltfc rrfroraune
f t tnk!sr loauWma aad
Ifcal Ikey k4 aatkorle4 kin to tU
tkat tkry ere vUUag lo akmU.
roJ:ag coatnvrU. lo a ta.r aad
aatlad bard of arktrato a&4
wi; plejf tkematirea la o4aaro U
t ? by l? derl ;."
It WUrd fsnkr tkat tke loot
.ora.m oosiU r-iara to work tllk.
ia lt knra af!r Iko sa&
'-tr.f.,- ttt aircl.'ard lklr Vi .1
I Dttru to arb trt
HVrt llr-.r. Ir. Nkk6!s Mir
rr 'lr J W. rrard. I!arr 1.
luiio. i;. v Vktm4ia. paal
M Withntt. Tal f. Cravstk. Cox
Foaior ldr a4 Vita Mary Car-
r,,.,.S ''"'."ir-.. .JPretidtnt Wihoa Propo, llishway Wcrk WiU Not Be SL'X" " ,u'-
.AV S,,'ILr,;.f;X New Republic. HTe Oat
live r i Lwju . i . . - ... ' i
CLOSK KLKCTIOX CVTK.
"on by conereiis or the woman suf-
let to Sea
Rushed This Season Says
WASHINGTON. M-y 2
W ASM IN
nnsEHlTRn. Or.. May 2S. One of
the closest contests ever recorded In
an election in Douglas county was
that on the vote for sheriff on the
Republican ticket In last Friday's
primary. Sheriff George H- Q'"'nc.
who has held the otfice for three
consecutive terms, was beaten by six
votes bv Sam W. Starmer. who had
made the race for nomination against
Marshlield To Have
New Logging Road
. MARSHFIELD. Or.. May 28.
Plans were announced here today
for the Immediate building of a
logging railroad by the Ca'ifornia
Oregon Lumber company or Urook
ing. Or., southward from It? Curry
county base to Del Norte county. Cal
irornla, where a large stand of red-j
wood timber owned by the company
will be tapped. An additional mill
will be built at BrookinKs. It wtn
said, to handle the additional output.
Ayer Is Again Named
as Library Trustee
Governor Olcott announced yester
day that he will reappoint W. II.
Ayer cf Portland as a trustee of the
Farmers Not to Join
For Collective Selling I President Wllwn. I? I oid. will m
I siat that Hie n--r republic of tnm
WASHINGTON. May 2. Oppon-1 irrfll( to the sea throufh Datum.
a. a . . m . aat I I I . S.
o ti ii iif.A r ir . mit i - - iii&awar i
n .r..,.. - w.. '--.
lKinUrles of ArmU.r'" ' (R fa
are aosi at ta rta r im
aa la I h- tret cootroTrt kW
,ar to- -pjing th m't of tko
t r pl. ' 'lirNj Mr. Gonswda. t-a
ay!t'ft,B d;rt arresi of Ike
Ih's )rjr Whk Of arirrttr of liW r. j f
bv' rmit"? farmer. I h,rh h ,,. snpmo rounc.l ha. ';-
we kayo Ike
rt '"iinifii!. tr vmat fe
1 1.- it-prr-1 bn4 ti.it if r.4 oiar j pfnjf fr yihaa!o sod w!k a!!
i t.a.n. ml! It lMr.iV il k!L-' ! .k- It. po. mm, I r- tk
" aa4 aai tk to are
i."iac tb- fafw rf r-actJaa. of
T !."- : a If5- Itnount of yiorlt
fruit rrowers to combine for roller- t-nt.tltHv U-rMM nn i-.a .r- ,n u, f 1" ' I ' ' J " f "? w
live bargaining and sale of their pro- l und'r Irr-allUd control. nn;,hI ." ,i4 th cotr.mi.lo-r I1 4
ducts blocks pasaire of the mess- artment. it i- nndrr- ..Tki, P.r..lla. ,e,,!a of; ttkee IM rrtaHjUa
ure tonlxht bv th- hou-- hut sup- alood. ha- h-r.n the reepar-Mons of . a rnP,-r of :,n. hnt i wtv, ' tf-d-. ad 4t&MTar
porters annnunrM Ihey wonld force a m. morandutn d-lgn-d t" a-t lfl ' k- r:'--.'M k
the leKislatlon throuch beforo th preldnt In th d-intu nation of th ? . ,u, ., l-on, M,,a ui u uad-rMk : 'Traftts- a34 !. .i.'s- af
-D . iik..n, . I K a ..nlrilinn f Ilia
Qulne once before. Quine tnnounc-- "
ed he will contest the result. !erm on June 1.
Represeatatlve Morgan. Republi
can. Oklahoma, commended the
measure as giving producers a rirht
to negotiate collectively for a fair
price, wbllo Representative W'alsh.
Republican. Ma.t.arhtisetts. said the
legislation would result In an In
crease in living costs.
"This bill has all the earmark of
the propaganda of the Nonpartisan
.eacftp th'tt fosters ideals initiiira!
o thla gevtrnment." declared Mr.
Wulnb. . added that the lea no
Armenian Nun1ariei. he pr-i- Mrrr, , mtat mlrM t cr..1-red ; id "
dent will undertake thi- -ork T- ,.lAtTl.rrr cae.
Cotmo Al alw was rv"ej
ganlles- of the action by ronrreMj Mr ju-th aaSd the nt meetitg of nh troli;-d ap;iaa- fea te was
on his reqaent that he he rucn an- ,h- ri,nitin9 ,tj hr:1 jUB, i intmdnre-1 lt I' to Usee la eo
thoritr to accept for thi eo intry a ; , r ,j ( prha,l tkat at that i'r. , is l 4fta k K.j la
Oiandate over Armenia. t cnri! joliry ill h dec . S-d t.rul e-rt. k.t.r t'.a arca-
a P f-,r ib rtiMD work j trnt o ik f.fra tkat -tk .?y
j a 1 of IS imMi- li; xpm-.r lw "
Oregon Water Code Sent ; vxvt v ' VlVlXt
to Italian RliniSiri ' T HULKS". Or.. May 2 -TM-IH.. 0 x-t r wetk'Sf a4
1 rn r-r'd tta loriUa4 al-f -- ! M b coeried kl ltitJe tooatd
A copy of th- Oroon walrr cl-' M', T 'r!.' lo-l-y. a bK
u.m to HaiiliHdr fo'ht . ; I'or' lr. I-A tor ia erapUee dropptnt
as "making Inroads into the dl-! aecreury of state, to he i to ihejff Vf" J bofore Boon,
trlct" of Representative VolaUd. Re- Italian ministry of agriculture. Th The papers waro Httrir soaght as
rublican. Minnesota, who framed the' code is sent at th request of Mr. eouyenlrs Wm of Ik. fact that
meas-ire. Colby. er bT pla-
rap ial. labor at 4 Ike dlrts ktk
irn betoeew lkta. lie arte4
ke waa BO( preaeat aa a rt?ttitU
tiro of caatul or labor. Vat ae a
. nand bag.