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TUES DAY MnRKlXn. JAKITARY U. 1021
M' . ' 1111-4 tMtliliH.N M A) I'airtA, ftAM'iM, IHU'iUUn - ": ":
WOULD MERGE .
Kay Wants Labor Head
Secretary of Consolidated
secretary at- the session of 1913
when Senator Vinton wan preaf
fnt. Senator Vinton, in nomin
ating MiH Miller, said she bad
made her way alone in the world
since she wa 14- years old.
CMldaM Calendar Clet-k. -Albert
Mj Goddard ol Umatilla
roiinty was the unanimous choire
lor oalendiir clerk. Paul Harris
of Marion (county having with
Moser nominated Walter L.
Tooze for rt-ading clerk. Strayer
reconded Ihe nomination, and the
election was unanimous.
Colonel V. t;. D. Mercer of Eu-
Represontatlve T. R. Kay ex
pats to Introduce in the house a
bill for the-consolidation of tk
IndiiRtriat-welfare romnitftton and
the child' labor eommlasion with jpene .had no opposition for ser
the stata labor commissioners "of' Ptant-at-arms. ' oetjator Bel qt
fire. The measure - would maJte ; i.ane county, who- nominated him.
the state labor commissioner sec
retary and executive officer of the
consolidated department. Toe
plan la isaid to be satisfactory to
C. II. Gram.'sUtef labor commis
sioner, 'who .now. administers th
law pertaining to allJ.hree depart
ments, and who claims that it tiro
consolidation -were effected th
expanse to the state would bi
!out half what it is now under
the present system. .'"'
The offices now existing on t!i
child labor and the industrial
welfare commissions probably
would "be ".retained, the members
to serve as advisory boards in the
reierrea to tne colonel as "my
friend, and your friend and every
body's friend." Senator Jones of
f.ane seconded the nomination.1
II, T. Uruce 4t Multnomah
county was! elected door-keeper
of the senate without opposition.
R. S. McClanah of . Multnomah
county was the unopposed choice
for assistant doorkeeper. Leland
T.- Brown of Douglas county, son
of Justice Brown of the supreme
Its boards fro reacquiring.- real
property . or an easement or in
terest' therein by private purch
H. n. No. n.Krrell to annul
Smitm 6.2O0 of Oregon La wa by
placing- certain bond dealers un
lr suiervisii.n of ' the bank ex
a miner. . t
LAND IS SUICIDE
(Continued from pape 1)
nonnced would be made soon.
The affair was the chief topic of
discussion in Spokane financial
circles throughout today.
Mr. Hough who has been con
fined in: jail since early yester
day afternoon following his con
fession, which authorities state
was made to them, was not In
formed of the death of Milhollan l
until today." Officials safd he ex
pressed profound grief upon hear
ing the news and uiid 'I had
hoped anything like that might
be avoided by the confession. I
wa thinking of his wife and
children and had hoped to spare
them." Hough, the police state
Interstate Bridge is Plan of
I Cordon ot
Supreme' Court Upholds
I Noted "China Eg?' Law
A WOMAN'S ItKCOMMJ2X!A.
, . TIOX.
Mrs. D. T. Tryor, franklin Av.,
Otsego, a., writes: "Nine-years
ago I was very much afflicted
with kidney trouble. , -1 1 bpaght
different kinds; oj medicine,, but
all to hy effect.. ntil one day I
boughta .hot ot Foley Kidney
Pills. I realised so great a bene
fit from the use. of that box that
1 feel safe in recommending Fol
ey Kidney-Pills to-any kidney sufv
ferers. 'They relieve heaaaenes,
sore muscles. I rheumatic pains
and bladder ailments; Sold every
where. : . ..i i '
court, was nominated by Senator i has-not- eaten since he was place 1
t.l.t.. , . M.'ir -i . . " . . . i . .
R1TNER AND BEAN!
HEAD OF BODIES
(Continued from page 1)
iutner Taken Oath.
Temporary Presicenl Banns ap
pointed Senators Farrell of Mult
romah ' and. Nickelsen of Hood
River and Watto to escort Rit-
ner to the chair,
Chief - Justice Burnett admin
istered the oath to President Rit-
ner. I . V .' .-
'It shall, be my aim . to preside
over the senate. with Impartiality
and to expedite the business of
the session" with such dispatch as
con son an t? with safety in legis
lation." This- wasPresident Rit
rer's brief speech of acceptance.
The Oregon senate.: which was
the first Jn the. United States to
( have a female page, became the
first In the nation to elect, a wo
man aa assistant chief clerk. She
Is Miss Rosin a L. Miller of Mc-
Mlnnrllle, wad was elected unani
mously after being nominated- by
Senator Vinton, to whom she was
Eddy for mailing clerk, and his
election wait unanimous.
Senators Vinton, Moser and
Upton were appointed as com
mittee on rules.
Senators J. N. Smith, Ryan
and Hall were appointed a com
mittee to notify the governor that
the senate was : organized and
ready for business.
. Representative Kubli was nom
inated as temporary speaker of.
the house by representative Gal
lagher of Multnomah county, re
presentative Leonard seconding
the nomination. The oath of of
fice was administered at 3.30
by Judge Burnett of the" Supreme
Court. - i - -
Representative Louis EL Bean
was nominated for sneaker of tha
session by Herbert J. Gordon of
Multnomah, the nomination being
seconded by Representative "Bur-
dick, i Representative Gallaeher
moved the nominations" closed and
and a unanimous ballot was cast
for Mr: Bean. - -
Harvey Wells of Mnltnomah,
ws appointed aeting1: secretary of
the house upon the", motion of
Representative Burdick that ' the
chairman appoint' such an officer.
inner officers elected in the
house were W. P. Drarer. chief
clerk; J. D. Bedingfield, Douglas
county, assistant chief clerk; El-
oen iiede, cottager Grove. , read
ing clerk; Fred J. Meodallcal-
enaar cterie; Joseph F. Singer,
aergeant-at-arms; Ben E. P.6b
ertson, Marion county, door-keeper;
William F; McAdams. insilins
unler arrest. His bonds, set at
$20,000. have not yet baen met.
Mr. Callahan is a. pioneer miner
of the Idaho Coner D'Alenes. Ac
cording to mining men here "he
worked for 25 years before finally-striking
it rich." Mr. Calla
han owns much of the stock of the
Interstate-Callahan Zinc property,
one of the largest producers in the
Couef D'Alenes. David A. Calla
han, his brother, a member of the
Idaho legislature.- is now en route
to Spokane from Boise to help
clear np matters, it is said. David
Callahon, it is said, handled much
of the business affairs or his bro
Senator Norblad or Astoria will
be author of a bill f be intro
duced this session of the legisla
ture wbic-h may ultimately result
in the construction of an inter
state bridge from Westport. Clat
sop county, to CathlamJt. on the
Washington side of the river.
I The bill will provide for a com
mission to be appointed and to
work with' the state highway com
mission in investigating into-th
feasibility, or the project, the com
mission to report .to-th legisla
ture of 19.23. - - .-.'
A. road across Puget island. -In
the Columbia river., would con
nect the two terminals ot the
Norblad expects to have a
logged-ofr land Jill, intended to
promote agricultural and indus
trial development of those lands.
apainst tho measure .w tin-;
Utestin plw--t iM'fnre (li- m.-.is
for a referundum vote.
Mayor Baker Takes Up
Chief of Police Duties
and Ceorse; D. Hoban.-r:resnt- j fOMMITTHtS
inu the ex-enlistl mru. i n r-w nh AIMTriS ! UglOation ' HinmoMd.-0er
, In Ihrir letter to the siuf v . AKL'ArrUlil 1 LU i , ( 4;or..m j MuUuomah. Mai
ccucive coinnutiee. tnw- ppon- iriitrnieI from pare 1 ) ',; iiti Carlir. UuIliKr. m.VMPIA. Wash.. Jan. 1.
tjiits to the st. t.- l onus nunf iii. nt, ! Uv :u-k-T mp? ". Iltiuler. T, so-call.Hl -China epg- law. re-
Uk Uat they bt. ai!uued io.Hiibm.t ; La F(,iieif. hiraycr. lv.rter.. !rJW,r. farv. Shai.li. 'unirine hh-K resfaurantH and
five huiuirc-U word arpumnni, p:,iiri.ad :ii!.l Ttiliti.- 1 :i.T-; m .....rfiiirin- Itoukitt. I ...i.-, ni.-M that om forelen err
har.l. M--r. E.i:iVtU. KiMy. , f,,rd. North. .Kay. Hatt. ! j ,n,. preparation of luOd. or that
llioinns. Norblad, Hall. - J" .VI. .luiii.. Plurr.iai and D"-; M.rVf forwign -rz adviw the
K.'snlutians II.MiV.s. I pi . ; tistry- - IVrry. MrKaranl. li nn-; ,,j,ir of that tact br "plainly
M.iscr. Kobertson. Norl.l.id. i.i.uhI. MilU r. Wright. t r-adall cien" vras apheld as eon-
i: vi.-i.ii of I.as - Kild. 1Ium". : Mililarv Affair.- North. Koril. I itltjorai n a ilerii'ion hand d
I lli-i Strarer Joseph. Thnniu". ( Hamnumd. Hubtuiril. Moan.
r.,.,, i Mittin- Hubbard. Johuston
..... i 1 k..ui.
PORTL-M). Jan. ! Mayo- . . r. (H, fkM.nl. ank, r.!rr I'rintin-'- ! i"tir. ,I.inarl
lleorge I.. Baker who SOIay !Vil iro Patterson. I'pton. f-Mdy. ; ''. Kb.41- '""f
up bis dtiti.'s a" acting chb'f . , ,,; i.,,.r.llP Public IusiitiHion?
police uj faced by reports or 14
roliberins and - thre" l;oldur-
which bad occurred Sunday and
early today. The mayor had an
nounced hijs Intention of taking
irctive charge of the police toic
in order to increase its ef fi-i ney
in flghtln? crime.
.1 . k'nx P.rrt. Marnh. Westcott.
The hmif e committer!-as ap-1
pointed by speaker Bean rtad as , OTf.nrf ."iiopkins. Kic barJ.. Fhel
tfown b the tate supreme couit
The decision- reverwai the rul'.ng
of the Tbufston county fnperlor
court in the'soit brought by Par
rett and company., rcg importers
of San Francwco. to enjoia th
state commlsiiioaer of agriculture
Agriculture Hunter. Marsh.
Belknap. UaFoileit. snauK.
k.r.i innn. til.or. Arlion. I .t ..rr-il frotn.en-
1 ...... . - .- - .illlt .'V 1 I " '
. . i. 1-.wtitul,t.l!All . iw f
, Kiiimajt ....-.. i forctns tne law. idf iown mii
granted the ininncUon but the an-
diu. Wells. i uretue court ordered It disaolved.
Resolutions KnMI. iaiiagner. ; holdin?; ttle: a to be a proper ex
Carter. Burdick. Hurd. . ;-re,. r the nolice iower of tb
ItevUion of Uwk
QCKEN ENTERS HARBOR . Hindinarr. Kinnev. Perry. HoWts. :vIarirl All. n. Korell
WORLD PLAN TAKES
BEST OF TREATY
(Continued from page 1)
Dr. Ed vratds Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
elect with ,; Henry "W. Douglas
Pierce, . Indianapolis,: who has re
turned from a. tour abroad..
Another caller' was F. W. Gal
braith of Cincinnati, national
commander cf the American- le
gion; Colonel Galbraith came to
present the case of disabled 6ol
diers .for whose, proper care,, he
said, the present administration
has failed to provide. He said
he found Mr. Harding concerned i
about the problem.
Mounce Loses Salt
. Against Jeff Pooler
After an absence from the court
room of but a few minutes es-
fnlflv th ilirv in th rase of 1.
F. Mounce against Jeff. Pooler,
charged with alienation of affec
tions, returned a verdict of . not.
guilty. Mr. Pooler will be entit
led to recover the .costs of the
Th9 case has been on trial
rince Friday," and has been large
ly attended throughout. .
Silver Cup Is Given to '.
National Bank Pig Gab
.Ways and Means Cordon of
Multnomah. Peirce, Kubli. Childs.
Hurd.' Kay. Hyatt. '
was at no time in danger
Jackrabbit Hunter Make
Terrific 8-Hour Drive
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub
stituta for calomel, act gently on the
bowels and positively do the work.
People afilicted with bad breath find
9uick relief through Dr. Edwards' Olive
ablets.,'- The pleasant, - sugar-coated
' tablets are taken lor bad breath by
all who know them. -----
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act gen
tly but firmly on the bowels and liver,
stimulating them- to- natural action.
clearinK the blood and gently pcrifying
the entire system. They do that which
dangerous calomel does without any
ol the bad alter enects.
' All the benefits cf nasty, sickening.
frioine cathartics are derived from
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without
griping, pain or anyciisagrteable eftects.
Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the
formula after seventeen years of prac
tice amonz patients afflicted with
bowel and, liver complaint, -with the
attendant bad iireath.
Olive Tabk-ts are purely a vegetable
compound mixed with olive oil; you
!' will know them by their olive color.
Take one or two every night for a week
and nots the ell ecu- i5cnowuc
2,000 f fh prettiest girls la
t attend the Opeolag of
at the Oregea Theatre -Kixt
WALLACE SEID, Sapt.
clerk. Most ot these were elected
unanimously!, little opposition be
ing shown tor any. of the offices.
. mils introduced into the sen
ate yesterday were: -7 . ' -S.
B. 1 by Kberbard Renent-
Ing act of 192a creating board of
mecnanics. examiners. - - '-
8. B. 2 by Eber hard Relating
to appointment of special district
attorneys and declaring emergen
cy. . i .
S. B.,2 bjc Ryan .Pro vidlngel
emption from royalty, payments
on sand and gravel used in high
way construction bridges or pub
lic Duuaings. 4 : . . 3,
S. B. 4 by Eddy Providing re-
yjunerauon ior property damaged
by beaver or protected game.
s. tJ. & by Eddy Declaring certain-
contracts between municipal
corporations and nubile utilities
obligatory and' beyond the power
oi tne public service commission
and the -courts m annul or set
S. B. by Eddv Declarini? cit
ies of over 1000 population seia-
rat road districts and not subject
to jurisdiction of county courts. . .
s. u. i oy Hume (by request)
Regulating the practice of chiron-
ody and creating state board, of
chiropody examiners.. . '
S. B;; S by Hume---AmendlaE
section 1 2. chapter 58. lawa of
1911, and providing that no pri
vate, denominational or parochial
school, college, university, nor
mal school or educational insti
tution shall be recognized or list
ed as a standard schooL
S. B. 9, by Hume Providins
that no.councelor or attorney.
sheriff, clerk, or any officer of
any court shall be eligible for ap
pointment as a member of state
S. B. 10 by Hume Providing
for election of circuitjudges at
large in Multnomah county..
S. B. 11 by Hume Prohibiting
the wearing In public schools by
any teachers thereof of any drcrs
or garb indicating religious affil
iation. t S.. B.,12 by Hume Regulatin;
private, denominational and -P?
rochlal schools. ' ;
. The following bills were Intro
duced In the house for first read
ing yesterday afternoon: ,
H, B. No. 1, Lee -To create
the office of Oregon state commis
sioner of promotion, and Industry;
to authorize and -direct the Ore
gen Stata Board of Control to
appoint a suitable person to such
H. B. No. 2, Hosford To pro
hibit State of Oregon or any of
Plans for the President-elect's
vacation in Florida, were talked
over by him today with W.' H.
Moran, chief of the secret service,
in charge of the advance arrange
ments. - ,
A beautiful silver Cup Vas pre
sented to the United States
National Bank Pig Club. ' Satur
day, afternoon at a meeting of the
club, as a. reward for-having won
first prize in the judging contest
at the Pacific International stock
show held in . Portland recently.
The cup was presented by the
Oregon Farmer, through its rep
resentative, Mr. Bushnell 1 Boys
serving on the team were Homer
PENDLETON", Or., Jan. 10.
An average of 100 jackrabbits
each were killed by ?0 Pendleton
men' during an eight-hour" hunt
yesterday in the Echo. Or., sec
tion where members of the local
rod and gun club-staged a-social
fchoot to rid farmers of the pests
which are destroying crops. It
is -estimated that 500 rabbit.4
were killed and of these 2j0i
were' picked up. They wjll b-.
given me aivaiton army ior ""-jcary. Kinney. Wwtcott. Aclieson
iiiuiiiion urn-Jim tur yimi . ' Carsner
: ypu- leeii-ii mi. ' Forestry . and Conservation
IHiA 'Powell. Allen. Miles. Ie. Kinney.
Game McFarland, Overturf.
JAMF-S DAVM) IS DHT.
Assessment and Taxation -f JrfhiTston--StiQ... . ! .
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. ford. Kuvey. ltoberU. Powe.l.' ,.PadllWt4 Ubw.n Wright.
Thr. Pipamer Oueen. of the Pac-: Hindi.inu. . I r.irter. -Flint. l.oone-. Sloan. Shlr-
ific Coast Steamship .company-. : Hanking unor. iicnhhi. j la. Koreil. Bnrdick and Gonion oi
which became disabled Sunday! don of Lane. Miller. Miles. I!un-i.no.
ten miles north or I'omt Arena. ; u-r. ik-.us. ; Utiles anl joint limes nuu.
arrived in port tonight in tow -fj . Capitid Buildings and Grounds Woothwnf yue. Hinman. Gordon
the ttig IIercule3. oney. i,-i) wnrui.
The Queen was enroute to Seat-' Cities andTowns Hirbards.
tie from hero when her ehank-. l.aFollette. Johnston,
shaft broke. Fifty-three passen- Claims Allen. Fletcher. Tem
gers were transferred here to the ! pleton.-
Admiral Watson of the same line Commerre and .Navigation
and will continue their journey ; Leonard, Alln. Roberts. Hosford.
tomorrow. It was said the Queen ! Beals. i
Wells. Acbeson. Fisher. Richards.
Countie Sloan. McDonald.
Martin." Stone. McFarland.
Education Sheldon. Belknap,
Lee. Egbert. Templeton. -
Elections Egbert. Marsh.
Expositions and Fairs Wells.
McDonald. Shiria. Westcott. Loon
. Engrossed Bills Parey Childs.
Enrolled Bills Childs. -Davey.
Powell.' . '
Fisheries Hurd.- Peirce. Leon
ard. Miles. Burdick. Davey. Rob
Food - and Dairy Products
Wood Urges Immediate y
WASHINGTON. Jan. 10. ltep-
of Multnomah. j . , , ,t- k
t?i.i. rKti rff rials tuinnM wi -
Peirce, Woodson. Flint. Gordon of
Jame V. P.iwsoifdied late lart
nTijlit rt his home on 1293 Ship
ping street at the asc ct.S2 jeara.
Mr. Pnwsr.n Is mrvived by three
caiUj-en.'X: M: Ihtwyrm of Peru.
Ind.; Mrs. Julia ' Keppner of
Lar-e. Ind.. and Mrs. Alice McII-n-tln
of Solem. The IkmIv Is at
Rigdon funeral parlAr. The fun
eral announcements will be mad?
committee, told the house today
"the Fnlted State should take ,
immediate steps toward disarraa
ment." without waiting for an
agreement with othr nations.
"If we follow such a program.
he said, "the sentiment ot the
world will be o strong that other
nations will follow la oar wak."
Robert Bridges Holds
Poe( Laureate Title
Colby Invites President
Irigcyen to Visit U. S.
Senate bill No. 2. introduced
by Senator Eberhard yesterday,
authorizes the circuit Court to ap
point a special prosecuting attor
ney in cases where the regularly
elected district attorney has pre
viously served attorney fornw
defendants, tinder trial. It is said
there ; is now nothing to prevent
the court from appointing such an
attorney, but there is no authority
of law whereby the attorney ap
pointed can be paid for his ser
vices. The bill", proposes an
amendment to section 1027
Olson's code. .-
Bray, Lyle Rains and Louis Dra
ger. In addition to the tcup; eacli
boy was given a gold 'medal by
the Pacific International " stock
show association, through its' re
presentative. O. M. Plunimer. -secretary
of the association, and-tut-tons
were-given by L. -J.-,; Allen,
state .leader of the State Live
stock club. ."''
Speakers of the afternoon were
Thomas Brunk, of Polk county,
N. C. Naftgef of Brooks," George
JV. Eyre. H. C. Seymour, state
club leader, J. E. Calafan. repre
senting the State Industrial Wor
kers from the state dfjartmen M
of aducatlon- and Judge Wr"iL:
Bhsbey. Mrs. M- L. Fulkerson
presided at the meeting ' .
Fletcher. Fi.her. North.
W. F. Bell, recently here from i Perry Coriloo ol I--ne. Bennett
Fresno, Cal.. died yesterday afUi Health and Public Morals
' . . .... ,. V-t T"l , . " .
ernoon ai a local noiei aiier a lew rvu-nj.
days Illness from pceumonia. Mr..'''.n.n-
Bell came to Salem about a week
ago accompanied by his wife and;
nrnxos aires. Jan. 10.
President Iriroyc-n was Invited by
S?oretary Colby in President WH
s.m"ii name, durinc Mr. Colby's
vipit. tp. lsit the Cnited SUtes.
;iys 1-a Epica. govraent organ.
Horticilture Miller. Sheldon, I " " V. . ? . .7 '. .1. 1.," .
Egbert. Carsner. Shiria.
ie-year-old daughter. He had
secured option on a piece of Sa
lem property and jhad completed
tlie deal with a local parage for. a
thifck automobile, planning to
tnakethis-city his home.' He was
4"3 years old. The body is at the
Wpbb it Clough-parlors, awaiting Ionard. F'Ictcher,
the making of funeral arrange-1 Bennett, Hindman',
ments. . Labor and Iwdnsfry Lynn
Immigration ' Lee. LaFollett,
Fletcher. Lynn, Woodson.
liiaurance Martin. McDonald.
Wells. Westcott. North.
Irrigation r Gallagher. .Over
turf. Sheldon. Burdick. Carsner.
Judiciary Burdick. Gallagher.
rigniticance in view of the policy-
pursued by Argentina during the
war and her withdrawal from tho
Gfiwva meeting of the league of
Altlioush Piesident Irigoyen
was unstie lo accept the invita-'
tiou. it fays, the fact of its t
trnsioii fhnwj '"tne respect in
spired in Washington by Argen
tina'.s vigorous and original for
LONDON. Jan. . Robert
Bridges,, poet laureate of the
British Empire, is to remain in
offke, despite a suggestion tfcst -he
be , removed. Ills fitness to
do so was questioned by Horatio
Botfomley. rh asked the Premier-
if Britain's national bard had
written any poetry on the war,
on the declaration of peace or
the unveiling of the cenotaph, snd
if not. "would the prime minister
consider' appointing a national
poet whose in use was more at
tuned to the soul of the British
Premier Lloyd . George replied
that "so far as he was aware, the
Post Laureate had written not b
fng about the events mentioned
but Mr. Bridges had written many
poems during the war. and it was
not considered necessary to make
A vir In IhN TTnnaA nluul InnA
Lvghter by solemnly suggesting
that Mr. Boltomley himself
should take ever the job. .
When another member sug
gested that. Rndyard Kipling be
atf f 9rwf f h tfWMBt ff Wam em- m m .
Road Bond Bids Have
The total of Marion '. county
road bond bids received by the
county court, yesterday, amount
ed to $145,250 in all. Though
this is not the full amount to be
subscribed, it is understood that
when the second bids- are adver-
tasebaU Leagues Agree
to' Late Re-organization
'CHICAGO, Jan. 10. Committees-
chosen by the- two major
baseball leagues to draw up a
new national agTeethnt- tQday,
voted their approyal of 'the agree"
ment formulated in "New" York
recently which provided for re
organization . with Federal Judge
Landis as baseball commissioner.
The action put at rest rumors
that the American league was not
satisfied with the agreement.
The agreement will b formally
acted on by the two : leagues,
tised the balance will be taken j probably tomorrow, but this ac--
by local peopte.
The Voodburn district took,
through, the bank, ot . Woodburn.
$31,000 worth of the bonds, and
the Stayton district; through the
Fanners & Merchants bank, $35,
000. Apart from the sale of
bonds through various other
banks, there were 58 individual
Fuel TrucK and ' '
Delivery Car Clash
Oscar Auer, truck driver for the
Salem Fuel company, was badly
cat on the wrist last night in an
antoraobiie collision with a Ford
delivery car belonging to C. B.
Clancey. and driven by O. D. Ol
son, 0$ North Church street.
According to the police report.
the Ford struck the truck at. the
intersection of Church and Court
streets, turning" the truck com
pletely around and overturning it.
Mr. Auer received his injuries
from the broken glass, as he was
thrown to the pavement when the
truck turned over.
Mr. Olson was nninjured by the
accident. The delivery machine
was somewhat damaged.
LEARM TO D1MW
ry-UixraTaATtD ami sookixt aio rtaits wrmour amy cost to
i ruxw. school Dttosasa ar TMtLaacasT fewspams. MACAzaai
i ftsnoas AMD rajeous aaTtsn. t
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tion is looked upon 'as a formal
ity, the national league already
having signed lh& agreement and
President Johnson of the Ameri
can league having officially, an
nounced that the agreement met
with the approval. of the club
owners in his circuit.
Prospects of the minor leagues
joining with the majors looked
bright, although no . action was
taken at their meeting today. The
minors' drafting committee will
meet with the two major league
committees tomorrow when it i3
believed all differences, will- be
UDD & BUSH BANKERS j
j r ' Est&bli5hed 1868
: 'vt t :', Z . General Banting Badwa; t..r;!. j
Charles Henry Dies
at Local Hospital
Charles F. Henry died January
8. at a local hospital at the age of
66 years. The funeral will be held
this afternoon at 1 o'clock from
the Rigdon chapel. Rev. H. N. Air
drich officiating. Interment will
be In the City View cemetery.-
The deceased is survived by his
widow, two daughters. Mrs. Em-
maline Morgan of Shoteau. MonL,
Miss Sarah Henry of Salem, one
sister. Mrs. Sarah Cropper of Rus
sellville. Ohio and two brothers.
Albert Henry of Russelville, Ohio,
and Jesse L. Henry of Great Falls,
George Irving Addresses
Local Y. M.C. A. Workers
Twenty-five of the prominent
religious workers of the city, in
clding pastors, members "of the
board of directors of the V. M.
C. A. and leaders of Bible classes
gathered at the Y. M. C. A: last
night to listen to a pUrying ad
dress given by George Irving pi
the International Y. M.-C. A. of
New York city. Mr. Irving was
accompanied by W. W. Dillon and
John Rudd. both of whom are
The plans were made -for the
program of the state Y. M. C. A.
convention, which will be ' held
in this city the latter part of Jan
uary. A full program vrflt be an
nounced at a later date. , .
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Votes to Have Gymnasium
In a tpecial- election' by . the
voters of the Turner school dis
trict Saturday-on the question of
building and equipping a gym
nasium, the measure , carried by
a vote of 52 to -10, a majority of
12 votes..- It is .understood con-
' stmctiofl of the" tnnirnngnrriT be-
State Bonus Bill
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PORTLAND; Ore., Jan. 10. !
Opposition to the movement for a
state bonus which has been grow
ing among members of the Amer
ican I legion, crvstalized tnriv
when a committee of ten. repre
senting the five . ex-officers and
five ex-enlisted men. drafted a let
ter to the state executive commit
tee of the legion askinpr that the
question of a state bonus for Ore
gon soldiers be referred to a ref
erendum of the American legion
posts throughout the state before
it is formally presented to the
This committee consists of
Dow V. Walker, Lester H. Hum
phreys. Cassins R. Peck, E. C
Sammonsr and rFank .. S. Sever.
representing- ex-officers. and j
Jafties R. Bain, John W. Kennedy.
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