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. WKATHF.lt lYM'F.CAMT.
'gtjJwer" followed by fair, warmer
l.ihppf portion. Moderate 'south-
T gutesmaa rvl it lx4
wir rpott of th Au-Uie4 Pr
the rri'et sad rliaM
MM-uiito ia ib wrt-A.
t westerly w
nua: ivi: nan
a W. 4 "....Ik a !... W, "'
Harding Puts in Full Day
Greeting Friends and Going
Over Congratulatory Mes
: sages From Well Wishers
FOR STATE MEETING
I.KWISTOX. KILLKIi TO
C APACITY WITH DKLKUATKS
Kljtht to In Uneven U,r National Con
vention Senator Nugent lu I
'!iifC Seaker at Gathering
LEWISTOX. Idaho. June 14
Lewiston hotels are crowded toniuht
with deb-gates for tomorrow's demo
cratic Ctutu J-tn',.wx t ; .t. . ...
. luiliruiiuu WHIC H Will I n. r m ... .
elect eight delegates to the national State LomeS in tor ahart Ot
-oneuiiou. inis afternoon t i . r .... .
e- - I . mimm. lUl..a L ai- -J
iaiK ifiicn i uriianucr
Nominates Candidate for
IVJLhJ aaa ..aaaa
AM) WORKS LONG HOURS
Males No Statement Regard
ing Party Politics Lon
ial train from Southern Idaho nr.
tying -50 delegate arrived. With
them was United States Senator Nu
gent, who will address the n voli
tion, it is understood, bringing a
message from the national adminis
tration. Nugent will head the dele
gation to San Francisco, hut. further
than that the American lgion will
be given recognition on the delega
tion, no decision has been reached a-'
to -the further personnel.
tonight senator Nueent is in con
ference with party leaders from all
sections of the fit ate.
TWO HALL BROTHERS
MAKE RAPID PROGRESS
wii.i.iuii hkadlinfi: in kkitii
VAl lK ll.l.K run tit
Funnel! on Tour ff World a Itepre.
eitt alive f .Marine tiallieriiiK
Two Salem brother who have rone
to the front rapidly In their chosen
Iin of occupation are AVillard Hall
and Kmniett Hall, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jo.Hih Hall of this city.
Ulllard Hall is entertaining hl
nuntrv men a a headtiner in the
Keith theatrical circuit and fhi
week in pltymir in l'otnn. Ktiintett
Hall is contributing to hi ronntrt'
history a. a representative r th
j I'nit.-d State mariti corps in an of-
MUST MAKE FLAG
SYMBOL OF PEACE jU. H H-LiDD
IKMM.s I'I.I.h ON AMKKH'IX
I lllIA. loll Ui ALT.
t n 1 1 lo Ile-.ve H.al !
Tlii War Del N.H Im la ia
i w.shin;to. Jimr n
(("rung t .:u-ricaa fljr wot I"
iiij1- the tllBiilinC lnld of uflJ
i x-ii'. S4-rrt-tar um-l. alJr-lng
nmnrii F,r day ma wlmr or. the n p
" wv..wi iwutuf rapi,, lonicbi. ratll ,.n m-
Massachasetts Does Not,r,r", r,,,r,, ,un 1-,t u
fir t rl itl- einh and prntncil plra"
Wish to Place Finger in Po-i m,, rh r. ri..ur,r.. ti... juu .m uat
a ry fy . ! - til tl.- Ainericaii army M-r-a."
luteal rie, Un Any 1 lcket . n- .i.i that hruw -Mit. B.rr
U'ASHINT.TON', June 14. Sena
tor Harding today found the life of
the Republican presidential nomine
itreaiou although lie held no im-
nnrtant Dolltical conferences. lie
went to his office at the capitol
ibortly before non. posed for m-
tlon picture men, greeted senate em
ployes received personal friend who
railed to congratulate - him, went
orer piles of congratulatory tele
frams. played golf and then worked
far lato the night at his home in an
effort to cau-h up with correspond-
He declined to make any statement
regarding his position on party poli
cies. Indicating he would have noth
ing to say until In his speech of ac
ceptance. He also said that pending
,hl official notification he would
withhold making public his cam
paign plans. He also declined to
aay whether he would resign his
' Senator Harding's plans are in
definite. He Intends to remain here
nntil late this week, wh?n he will
leave for a brief vacation. He does
not contemplate reaching his home
In Marion, Ohio,- before about July
1. The notification ceremonies are
expected to take place soon after, as
the vacation will give him an oppor
tunity-to prepare his speech of ac
ceptance sounding the campaign key
LONDON WATCH IXO
L0XD0X,; June 14. Evening pa
per editorials on the Republican
nomination are devoting largely to
speculation on Senator Harding's
chances of election and what ef f e;t
It would have on the American for
elgn-pollcy. Both the Globe and the
Westminster Gazette declare that
Senator Harding's election is by no
means' assured if the Democrats are
able to find a strong candidate.
The Globe thinks a Republican de
feat is cot impossible, if such a man
as William G. McAdoo or Ambassa
dor John W. Davis were nominated
The .Wesminster Gazette declares
Great Rritain must nreserve neu
trality in a presidential conflict bnt
cannot disguise its interest. It is
doubtful, in the opinion of the pa
per, if the elections can settle -the
question whether the United States
jwlll oursue a Durely American poll
y or lake a hand in International
Governor Center of Joyful Re
ception at Massachusetts
IIOSTON. June 14 - Cavern r
t! ial party of reprtr-iitatitt-4 th
.iimy. navy and marine now In Km
role, iniikini: map and ratlieriht:
data reijii- to ide Win Id war for
liisturiirfl ue. Ill lh IhiVk weit ilu
rated in the m-1iikIh of Sab m. !
Willurd rn.-ib- his firs' llnatriral
ipH-araiir in the (in-nip theater
in Salem. Tb-n In- m m in San
rraiiix4i with He 'ut Mniial
1'i'iin-d) cn:.any and a few m-ek
ii ro was ralletl to join the Keith rr
nut in -w York A- a heudliner
in a kelch entitled Tmler the Ap
ple Tre.-" lie pLtyed reeenlly In the
PARTY PRINCIPLES BIG
ir.. had larktd the llkiua bl l'f
r':tn the ldal hirh made u in
jtiltilble in aar. the pruiut.id
Coolldge. vice presidential Kepni.li-j theater on Kiflli .ieniie. i.i
'. of the iii.iMl na:( iiiiilwilt.a
can nominee, ret, veil (-ngrantia- . ,. ,, ,, , .
n the o:ld. He i in the snme
uons rnnti Aia.-Micnn.-'eiis
Former Heavyweight Champ
ion Says He Did Not Break
Wife's Jaw or Treat Her
MONEY WAS VERY SCARCE
Two Wrist Watches and at -r." a.rr,ivt "d. '?".r' V" ?r2';0,.'r
nim r. r . v uinn.Miip amj ui ju
iioia rencu sum Keceivea
for Two Boxing Matches
! leaders at a reeeptlon at the sla!eJ
linu. tiMiay. He w;i greeid hy
I Lientennnt Governor C. II. .
Krank It. Hall, ehairman of the He-
ptibliran state rommiti.-e. and Ma
Replying to the rongratulaiion"
Governor t'oolidge said!
"The r.-af office to whl h tin
national Kepubtican convention b:s
nominaied me is one lor which I
hold the greatest lespect. I am
mindful of the jieat honor conferred
upon me. but besides that and apart
from it. 1 appreciate very riueh more
j deeply the mark of friendship that
i has caused yoit men and women tired
as yju are. to come here the moment
He li 2
! nil jf I h rnollu t. ' jl pa-are btitlre-
i i . i . i . i
FACTOR AT PRESENT !
alliitl and aujrlat-l ualLn" baJ
j not u realixJ.
i "Hut e will nl M-attle in the
ln.ur .( -iur uan and the r!T
O-t u r-roo
of -:tre and juolire laefaeen all na
tion' l-l un h-re hlchlf r"le
that the dead .f lbl mmr aall t
bae derd in Vain bat thai ffwIM tbelr
liarnf ire nhall rume a new atl Icier
a til hli-r M-nin- to huiuaaitf."
San Francisco Meeting to De-I1""' ' h
1 O. . t .,r... .. "'rate o .11 I.e. t.
veiop diancaras With no
Former State Treasurer, Be
lieved Oldest Man In Union
and Umatilla Counties,
Lived Active Life
STATE POST HELD
n the world,
fketrli no in
"Willard comes Iit it honestly."
said Joe Hall, the lad's UlBxr. as he
stropped bis ni7r !n 1 Tanfield's
barlMr s-hop. '"I iij.-.l to hive iharce
ol mnic in the Sells a iirav Hrcus.
now the Sells Kioto."
Km in ell Hall U ?4. He enlisted
in the mrini-n in I ' I and served
lojr yean. lie w as overiM-as I
lnonths dit rim- the war and partici
pated in the major nrarements
with the K:fth resident of the p,..
ond division. His present trip will
take him ulmot nrontnl the world
at a kooiI ra'ary ur.il with ex pen .e
"After all. offices are emW and
they fade away. Friendship and the
esteem in which men hold each oth
er may remain forever. And great
.. . I ---.a liv ltiat Hit
vention nai conierreo utton me. I
liam Harrison ("Jack") Denxpsey, I reeard with mnrh more satisfaction
world's champion heavyweight, de-land much more honor this tribute '
nied on the witness stand today in ou who know me. who have lived
, . ... ., . ,,'wth me and worked and wronaht
the Ln.ted Stales d.trict court the, wth Jne and fce confidpnc, tha,
charges of non-support and criieltv your preenc here fhows that yo i
made by his former wife. Maxlnej have in me
' HARRY TWICE
Iba 105 Re-Weds Wife, 54
, Who Fears Contract Mar-
riage May Not be Legal
Dempsey, in her testimony as a gov
ernment witness in Dempsey's trial
on a charge of evading the draft.
His storv told of himself as th
main support of his family since tho
age. of 11, first as a farm hand.
miner, carpenter and worker at any
thing he could turn bL hand to.
then as a rising young ring cham
pion who gave his parents everything
he had and. after his marriage, sus
tained a wife besides, until she left
In reply to his former wife's state
ment that he t)roke her jaw "because,
she had not earned any money for
him" while they were living at a
San Francisco hotel, he declared he
never struck her at any time, and
said the jaw fracture was caused by
a fall In their room. A former ele
vator operator at the hotel earlier in
the day said this was the story Mrs.
Dempsey told him at the time.
V. H. Stolurow, a traveling sales
man of St. Paul, appeared to testify
that he was the person who wrotf
most of the answers to l)emisey's
questionnaire in a room at a Chicago
hotel, which he said he had done ii
a spirit of (friendly co-operation and
that nothing was said to indicate
anything on the part of Iempey or
his manager. Jack Kearns. but a de
sire to answer the questionnaire hon
estly. Demry corroliotated his tes
timony an I a similar story was told
bv I. Liclitenstein of f lucago
whose rcom the paper was signed
Cheers were given for the "next
vice president" and "the Republican
national ticket. Then some one
suggested "three cheers for Oregon."
The response was hearty. It was an
Oregon delegate who placed Gov
ernor ("oolldge In nomination.
Wrong Factions Behind Gen
eral Says Nicholas Murray
Eugene Host to Many Oregon
Financiers Who Gather for
NEW YORK. June 14. Charges
that ,-a motley group of stoek gam
blers, nil and mining promoters, mu
nition makers and other Ilka persons
Relied on so good a man as General
Wood and with reckless audacity
started out to buy for him the pres
idential nomination were made In
a statement given out tonight by
Nicholas Murray Butler, an unsucrea-
full republican candidate.
It waa a cause of genuine sorrow
to m as to .many others of Oneral
Wood's personal frtends." he said,
"to see him pat In this unhappy po
sition. There was nothing to do to
save the republican party hstto de
feat the hand of men behind him
with thir bank accounts. Thia meant
we had to defeat General Wooa.
"The forces defeated In their inso
lent attempt to buy the nomination
represent all that is worst in Ameri
can business and American political
life. It Is really too bad they hit
upon General Wood as their choice.
They should have found some one
to support for whom the country has
W SHINGTON. Jure 14 - Senator
V.ilh. tl'-iniM tat i.f MaKurlrw-i t . in
a formal Mm em en loniLlii an-
noutired lie did tint 'jtirp et tit ac
cept any nomination tor a national
"Several tieWpuper refills ItwIaV"
said his statement. "h:le mentioned
III) ninie a tandidate for the
)reiilenr) . i until s on ilie l-uio-rat ir
tikt with McVI'wi or l ot. ot on an
indeendent lirk.t with l-aFolletle
or Jolm oti or some o'her candidate.
"I wiih lo Mate I have not even
tnidered the itililit) of such
candidacies and that I have not been
offered nor do I purpoe to aerep'
any nomination for a national office
"Juki now I am more interested in
party principle than in candidate
Ah a deeait at large to the national
democratic contention from Massa
chusetts. I intend to do what I ran
to have my party adopt a strong. Lit
eral, feouadly progteite ptatform
and nominate as Its candidate men
of the broadest A merit anlsiii. who
ran arouse enthuiam for demo
cratic principles and win the appro
val, confidence and up;ort of the
Atmriran people. The best service
the democrat can render their coun
try between now and the contention
In San Francisco is to aalt in pre
paring and adopting a set of political
ptinclples definite, specif ie and ron
strurtlve. without the slightest sug
gestion of dodging or straddling on a
single issue before the American peo
ple. 1 hoe the democratic patty
will take an honest, rourageou and
tmly American position on such la-
sues as the treaty, the league of na
lions, prohibition ar.d bonuses. It
should also proclaim a sound aortal
and InduMrial reconstruction pro
gram and by vigorous and ointed
recommendations make an earnest
and serious united party effort
completely eradicate profiteering.
Success as Business Man
Leads to Recognition in
BY SALBI ELKS
Big Crowd Gathers at Will
son Park in Spite of Threat,
DAVEY GIVES ADDRESS!",
Eulogy to American Banner
hy Frank Wrightman; Mrs.
ENGENE. Or.. June 15. Between
ir.O and 200 Oregon bankers, some
oi iiiem diiuiupuiiieu men .iwei.. i resnect and le rerarri
will be here od...nd tomorrow for 7-";!
ine annual convention oi ine r-j;oii
The session will begin at the rham
ler of commerce at 10 o'clock this
morning and will clone tomorrow aft
ernoon in time for the delegates to
take the evening trains for the north
The big feature of the convention
Was to prevent the sale of presiden
tial nominations at auction to the
highest bidder. Had this not been
done, the party faced not only cer
tain defeat but crti'hinj: dishonor
The sixty-eitht New York delegates
SAX 'JOSE.' Cal.. (June 14. Chas.
Franklin in A. need 10". of
Turk. Wash., was today re-married
for the second lime to the woman he
ed 40 years ago and who has lived
With him ever since.
While visiting her daughter hero.
Mrs. Diamond, who is 7 4 years old,
became ill, and worrying over the
fact that her contract marriage,
hich had stood for four decades,
might not be legal, wrote her hus
band to that effect. Mr. Diamond
took the next train for. California,
nd today the second marriage was
Today's ceremony was made a
doable wedding, the daughter of the
aged couple. Mrs. Delia May Metcalf.
widow, being married at the same
time to Frank Kelly of this city.
Mr. Diamond, who is proprietor of
a general merchandise store at Turk.
a born in Illinois In ISI. and
:eame to California in 1852.
McKen.ie river at Coburg bridge this
evening, has had to be postponed on
in:account of the rain. Even should the
weather be clear today the ground
Dempsey said bis earnings in theWou in wet from the havy rains
ring for 1!H were about ' $4000. The j of Sunday and yesterday, and rather
next year a large part of his timetthan cause any discomfort, the corn
was spent in appearances at patrio-1 m it tee gave up the plan and the loc-
i tic benefits, out of which, he said.! a I bankers will entertain the visitors
besides traveling expense-!, he got j at a dinner this evening at tne )s-
"two wrist watches and a gold pen- burn hotel Instead.
cil." These were offered in evi-j Attain at 1 o'clock Wednesday the
I financiers will be guests at a lunrn-
I wan'ed to do the conntrv come eon at Friendly hull, the men's dor
(1 " he cnid. in explanation of his I mitory at the University of Oregon.
boxing ror nothing. !"-' afterward they wjll be taken lor
No except once when Willard tn automobile ride over the city and
was to eet $.10,000 in Chicago." through the agricultural and horti-
Dempsev replied. "1 got nothing out .i u.- .r,u. u t,lunr yt,
of that figh either
who voted for me on the first ballot
. . a i- . : ....... : . '
the picnic dinner on the bank, of the 1 . n b u r r 1 rl Vo ehe.m the
convention by the power of unlim
ited money and by strong arm meth
The story 'of New York's S votes
for Butler shows, the statement said,
how General Wood was defeated. It
points out that the first ballot gave
Genera Wood a substantial lead and
Congress Apportions Huge
Sum for Governmental
WASH I NGTON. June 1 4 - A p
proxlmately five billion dollar wa
The llenetotent and !roeeiive or
der of Elks, distinctively American
Institution. oWmmI the nations
flag day prorrsm last nlaht at Will
son .ark. A large rmwd was pres
ent to pay bnmate to tje national
ena.lem. The r.'.k marches! la n
body from th lenple on liberty
street to he fxrt.
The exalted ruler of the IJks. EL
A. Kurts. presided at the r rnon
The first part of the program too-
ute.1 of the ritual of the orcsaiia
Hon. Its reading and observance. The
lmjrea.ie part of this prt.;rata was
the bulldmc f the tjberty b!l by
the color disfrn of the Klk. wnih
teprewnteil emblematically, loie.
charity and loyalty.
America nun Is Ilea.
Tre national aathem. "Tfce Star
Spangled ItanBer." was s ing by J4r.
Mailie I'am.h Durdall.
The memorial flar day addr-s
was del.trr-d by Frank laver.
addrea was n p!ea for Amertranism.
the klru! of Americanism that tlv
that l roniagtoK e deplore- in
fact that the American te,.p. bow-
apathv toward effort for tn perpetw
atlon of American tnstlt iitiona.
"Tht tf.ere are trillions wfc? will
rise ar.d r. J m-l to the defense of
our color when our ctnntr in
lmminnl ian-r. we ranbt deny.
-aid Mr Date- "Onr hlstorr ptov
hat tiara' terist ic of th- American
liu the r.ed of the hour lojf
: Ity to Aioerkan n -titnt ions in
litoes ..f peace" he adde. and lb
crowd rcspindeii with a prolofitre.1
n:DIJm i. Or. Jan- 14.
ri. W. WefA. it1 ?. w ln was
state tr4Mtrr of tirrrv f rows It tC
lo l. die,! iljjr i las :rJe.
II W a utt of ; be Stobrfrt of I'akH
and rmalilla coati av4 sal4
le the cldtt man In the two
.Mr. ttVWi had t--a Ultf4 wUai
Ibe development of t be northwest for
j )ers. and In caany i)i W con
frlbotl to ita progr-est aJowg nma-
lefial and iutcal liaa
laaresl j I ar M eat.
Mr. Wrb was torn . ManUa-l.
.Vtn.br I. :4. la 1V fssaUy
were i : th:i4reti. nt4 ts late state
irairr was the last. II left !
t I be ace uf 1 and rtl to MUa-a-arl
be re be was a rvsidetal for 2 vrs.
waa lsrl by the far west, fcrw
r. and went to ItoUe. !2aao. n4
l-r io er orkH la tb tain
near ibere In 144 tve retr4 (
Ulssri. bat u. w est afa. tb
folbwirc er. bfiarier Ms fatsJty.
The lone ttip was fad ty gaalw
The family settle i Talo egtr
wbx-h was the bono of tb Wwbbs
for I -ears, In 17 tky twovssl
lo lndiefo w ber tr-t of t b r-
msindcr of Mr. Webbs 1U was
pent He was active- la ku!
affairs and Itnesied wlaaly. w as
lcte4 trwrr o( CaastUla conaiy
In 1 for a lrai f f or years. a4
efersl tlraew was :rti la tbw 1
dtow eosjr .L
Ir.-We4.i M vn4 wist trrs
rr in lt.. nilmc tw sffV tor
four yr rpow rrtlrtag frota
f ce h wnt back to Lm Grsjid an4
.& ni( tim ksJ tea al t
I en thai fiy and rradvca. !
was Hfe-locg Iieorst.
4..ee4 t,y (tbt IVtV-wr.
Mr. Webb was tr.axr e4 to Via
Mary K JrirM. tsatlt of Ylr
Mr. :J. MO. 4 tbT
rata Ik threat c.f n ckUdrrn.
Three .re Uiiar They ar Mrs. J.
II Hteteos of i Gran!. A- O.
Webb of Wallace. Idaho, and Mrs,
Fran Frailer .r l'n41tow. Mrs.
Wrt4. dteo in I si.
Mr We.b la an OU rflw
at .bei.. Vo. m !... ard nyow
n.wf inc t 1-a Craade b-ra5. .rr;U-
"ate4 wttb tr order at tfcst Tavr,
and was ln lirU nabie gra. IM
l-a t;ralde belce. !!r h trS8
ferred bl ret.iWnh: to ltr4a
lodge of ivndirtr.Q. a b waa
pfs-swie.1 a .. er veteran's Jewei.
"T V. f 1 , . I I I
appropriata by the siit sixlh con-. ,VJ , , "
rv lVer be the umlnilif rtnlem of the
irress. said a statement prepared t-i , rytallite. thonrbl of the Amen
day by Chairman Good of the house rjn 0.0 pie -
appropriations committee for the fin-1 Mr. Iiav. v trared in n effertle
t l.ne of the con ir region a I rreord. I a"r t be bitory of the tlat. show
The exact total as niven by Mr.
c.00.1 was 14. :..:: of th(
I4.273.2..27 I for voernntent
that ' the fin task therefore was to ' ln h", ,., )t.af Grinning
uhhk me i.nr 01 ins ii'-dKni ""IJaiy . and 4sC.4,j:.."4H l to meet
.overnir Miwinn. at ieai up o ,.,!,..
CATTLE DIE OF
Districts Hear McEwen Suf
fer Heary Losses Pot
son May Be Cause
golf will be entertained t the coun
try club. The ride will include a
trip to the top of the butte when
the view of the city and the sur
rouning country can be obtained.
Luke I.. Goodrich, cashier of the
I'.MDKXTIFIKD MAX HIT
. While driving south on Commer
cial street near Ferry, W. C Johns
.collided with an unidentified man
.ho was g-ins? east on Ferry street.
The man. having received injuries o
i hand, was sent, to a doctor
Mr. Johns. Settlement for damages
re mutually arranged.
JAPAXKSK Ul LEU AHSAVI.TKD
HONOLULU. June 14. An unsuc
cessful attempt was made Sunday
nljht to assassinate Premier Hara of
Japan, according to cable advices re-
Karly in 1917. a short time after
his marriage. Dempsey said, he lef?
his wife in San Francisco while he
went back to Salt Ijike to box. He
w . 9 . 4f:w.,t 1 , se
returneu ten uajs ..er ... .. .. ..e, , t Xat,ona bank of (hi!, cit,. v,n
gone, discovered her living with her (If.nvpr h- ad(ro!,j, of welcome at the
brother, Vivian ( ates. in an apart- j oprninj, at the chamber at 10
ment housr , lhis morning and Kev. K. V. Stivers.
Iloxing promoters then - told nrn j paj,tor. of ,n. Fir,t rhrlt,tlan rhurch.
he was worth "about 3 cents. wii deliver the Invocation. Election
them." according to remarks nis wiie of 0rficersl takl. piaoe Weilnesday
had made a!out his -layinse down toforenoon.
Flynn." th witness said, hoonaner, Addresses will be delivere.1 bv I he J .
they went to Seattle, he paying all I following durlnir the convention: I J CXQS 1 TQVCICTS Will
the bills, a." usual. Dempsey i on-1 ef;re.till!E9 from the Omerican Bank- i r . n . if ,
rirJi tiunurt ai jrjcci
I PORTLAND. Or.. June 14. Texas !
i Travelers Protective association de-j
Owing to local and state compli
cations. Ihe statement explains, there
wre few sources from which new
Lowden strength could be drawn so
earlv. Pennsylvania. Massachusetts.
..Michigan and Ohio could not help.
It added, because the release of dele
gates in those states probably would
pive Wood more votes than Lowden.
"It was clearly necessary, there
fore." the statement continued, "for
New York to become the Helglum of
the war. and I cheerfully gave my
approval for the plan to turn New
York's vote to Ixtwan in Increasing
volume on the. second, third, fourth.
I fifth, sixth and seventh votes. I sent
word to Ihe New . York delegation
that with me party success and patty
honor came first."
,r.t on the urjM frfem an III now
li't.;t-t wevw aaJ4 tn
l- m sn an effort to tear
:ng that in every Instance and in
ven cn the flat ha tie nn!-
I ...tin 1. m. . . ... .i.ll.. ak
of lt,e mer:r.n ,.plr . ' ' "r e ,.ey,.
Usba. Me. Goes. ; r-' ' 4",rjt rT4
: m a at. v w aJ Bka Jt a aw aWaWiaaT
ency for Ihe fiscal yar ending Hi. conrlu.lin. .rn,l. were d ' . " of tJillUt '
ltk l lii. ninnlh ' eelel at Ihe nen.ber of the Vferr.. '
reduced estimal.-" of government de-I a Ihe tn ! -f the occaklon T.t '
. - i - 1 1 iri i en tt.! i ,. .. . . it... ... i . . i
totwl apuroptlat.on In onlv two'tf.e i t, S" anr an 1 ,11 w-.a,V ,k' l" 'Mt l rt lft
measures exceedinr the et inia'-. , t :ie iindTrn-ne the 'ab.Iilr of fr.
C ongress allei i.. i :'." to ine i meri' an ins'it-jtior . that th-vi
pension bill and 1 . ". 1 to in-!,,,, ., tn II n-.-v .e-1 .
postal bill. Tbe latter tncr.-a wnilf n-f ricani.rn. f c th" er.;ai.-:
aborled In prt ty inrrri pen- rf;Bf ,,., ,f jw.ntie i i f p.tf
Ions. The bl.iorv and th- rin of tbe " UOTBiW fV99JJ
The total carrie.1 bv the thirteen ,Ufr m,f r, a j yTin Un.-Kinjn '
sreat annual supply bill, a irivenl . K T II VI ITv S. T.. J. 1 1.
by Mr G imkI was I2.tl2.1.21 a! I Ti r-en .... ...:ts of ibe row
follow: Postofflce. f 42.a7S.l: . IJ ti: Milt lit tl t; of U v :! st !;.
Sundry civils. 1437. !. : natal. j v tS- r. itin b...-- of trv
431.27!.j74: army. 3".SSl Zf. ; j Mr and lt V..t.r I a li .1 jta.. ojr ..ncr. bre U1 T--pension.
f 1 7. 1 il. . erilative. j f, r ,j .b fn ', , 1 1-.. i .t. . . .r t ".rtf Yon( n-
''jrifo Men Sasprcied
to Salt Lake by the death of a broth
er and he waa unable to learn his
"rr"' "vv" u,Ufi Xr. " " " itf. -whereabouts until some
-vivea ny -Sippu jui a aapaneee u- - , . .
no -"I'Kr" i-w -na who! months lat-r. when her mother in-
1 reported to be a Japanese fanatic. Wormed him thai she was in
aa arrested, the dispatch adds. night life at Cairo, in.
tinued." 'ers' association." G. K. How man.
From Seattle his wife went to general ecretary; "Organiiation and
Yakima. V.'ash. to see her mother, i Development of a Trust department"
the pugilist testified, while he got . L. Aathrop. trust officer of the
a job in the shipyards on account ofsinion bank and Trust company of
dullniss in the hoxing game, hut she , ios Angeles; "P.ankers' Public Tte
failed to return to him and did no j lations." George A. Van Smith, of
answer his letters. the Anglo and Indon-Paris Nation-
Their first separation came thcn,;al bank of San Francisco:" " Feed-
nemnsev said, as he was called home jlng stuff laws and manufactured feed
egation carried off first honors her
today for having In line the largest
number of marchers and making the
best appearance In the parde which
was the principal feture of the op
ening day of the national T. 1. A.
imsIii mil titflicial. I "! . r.. . ;
atriculture. $31.7ir.74: forltfiea
tions. IIH.H33.7s4: IMtn-t of Co
lumbia. llS.373.ool ; river and har
bor, f I ? 4o. '; Indian. II" "40.
diplomatic and consular, t.
21..'.37; military acadeni. $:.142
2J2. . j
In addition permanent apprpr.a-
tions annual expenditures aumor. I' I J
lied by eontrei- for stated p-riod -imvc imt
makes No Comment -
farm Vr. Cui:ta ha b--n .
dent la Wtlanife unir.t't d'.i."
tbe ps.l car a i.-irmlx-t t.t ti,e
phomore rl.- Xt r f.rin
irri'r f.f th- fa'r.t ..f ;.!
hih -hK' llo:h plan to return '
Salen it tbe fa!!.
e..-j-r b- vmM c.e..ltt a J"S
: i." tie tieft Ttr
ar j :
I rt e ( J.l F
i t'.e rrco ts-i!r.
'- tt rTasffer
T. -.1 f..e n.ee Icovr by
Industry.' Sherman T. Edwards. More than 10 delegates had reg
manager New Olympic Cereal Mill. 1st ered up to tonlrht. nearly all the
cereal department. Portland: "Some states of the union being represent
new features of the A. 1 II.." Cyrus led. Business sessions will be held
theJ-- Wood worth, Idd ic Tilton bank, j tomorrow, but entertainment
aniottntel to 1 1.33. . .". .f
which fito i."".""" i for Int.rcst
on the credit balance Miceilane.n I
annrooriatums included I72S."0.-i
i. in. l.v ihe trarifOortation act. of
which r.(i) iM'O i i to Im U"-d a of th lead n.- cardidite for tc fe-
loans to the railroad for fifteen i pob! ca .re!d.-rtil nom.natioo. ar-
riveti late fouav ant went to ai
miseetlmeou ar&rotr!a-1 bte at Rverdle. Maryland He
i!-!t,! t bat
r fig.t it t.t.
I lT.ate .'ctlte 1
1 "e l" )f' eiU' tVtWStiret
'.n.ft! lb- I b J I., it. le.
tbey tetl t
b'd t g t4e
W SHIS't;TfiX. June 14 - r.i'of
J..hnsn of Cal f.r.'a. who was i.
iib with tbe definenre brorM d-ciin- t mil stiv mtntri-nt on
.327 the c
the appropriations to I 4. 3. ,.
ronventloa or his fntnro plan.
lijf. S.TII1. IK.IITlNt;.
W A IIS W. J i . e 1 1 ptIUn
tr o;.s w bb wr wi'h.lrawti ttvm
Kiev now orexiry a I n rvasing trwns
the lower !r'.rt river tbrowch Ma
lm and J.tw;ta to !e-J b:, TV
battl Is ecnlinw.a C.