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gTTKnAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 13. 1321
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ABOUT THE L
In the abfence of a minister to
pray for the house Thursday
morning the session was opened
with a Tocal nolo by Miss Emma
Hewlett, one of the pagew, and
the reception given the effort toy
member would Indicate that the
Innovation helped them as much
as an Invocation would have done.
A. R. Hunter, member or the
house from LaGrande, held down
the chair for a short time Thurs
day. He In half of the Democrat
Id' membership, but no one had
observed the striking facial re
semblance to ex-Speaker Champ
Clark, of the national hou?e, un
til Hunter betran wU-lding the gav
el like a veteran.
Mrs. J. 11. Dell Is a guest for
a few days of her husband.' Sena
tor Hell and probably will keep
him in tune. She I? accompanied
by their daughter Heltn.
many occasions that he is think
ing of having the word copyright
Continued from page 1)
K. O. Immel. who Is again
here from Eugene on legislative
buriness. when asked how thing
were going, replied, "All right,
apparenily," with emphasis on
the last word, which so well ex
presses the situation here upon.
"The amendments to the bill."
said Hume, "were hastily drawn
up bv three members of a legis
lative committee meeting in Port
land h. hi ml closed doors. In con
sultation with some one unknown
but doubtless members oi
In the course of his speseh.
Hume explained hi concurrent
resolution to have the tenure
. j,.ru.wi until the next
. ..." i I I., v., ha Imlin Information.
i4frt.iaiitro niiii- inuiin f j ...v. --
Reports , of Congress Held
In Indi Reveal Twenty
Two Thousand Present
NEW YORK. Feb. 12. Details
of the debates in the session of the
Indian National Congress held at
Nagpur, Central India. In Decem
ber, have just been received in the
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session of the
lne a study of
specially appointed committee.
Senator Hanks, defending the
bill, said he never had been in
favor of the original Staples bill,
but that he had stood almost
alone In the Multnomah delega
tion for referring the question to
the people and, that finally moat
of the delegation had cony
around -to that view. -Hanks
Wants Hill Kefeired.
VThe teachers do not want this
referred to the people." said
Banks "The board does not want
It referred. I do. I am going to
tell you whjj 1 do. Because It
will settle orice and forever who
is right and who is wrong."
Hanks sai that hi- name and
the tianis oflSenators Farrell and
Gill had beert scratched from the
original adverse report, but de
nied that thi action was Irregu
lar or involvlpd chicanery.
Senator Ecjldy moved to defer
action on the! bill until next Tu?s-
conditions by aureaa oi .ew iur, uu
texts oi resolutions, auuressru,
etc., at the congress, which have
been briefly referred to in cable
advices. Twenty-two thousand
delegates from all parts of India,
including several thousand women
assembled at the congress, and de
cided upon an extension ot the
movement now in progress.
One of the resolutions adopted
amended the constitution of the
congress, so as to secure "the at
tainment of 'swaraj (national
sovereignty) by all peaceful and
legitimate means." A significant
omission from the resolut.on was
the clause referring to the use of
within the British empire.".
Otn$r conterences Held at Nag
pur took the general attitude ex
pressed by the congress. The All-
India Students' conference passed
a resolution la favor of "immedi
ate and unconditional boycott of
"constitutional v methods
attainment of self-
. - . . i i n n t.A Inmh
ence day c itruranuu -
of La Fayette in Paris. July .
1917, uttered the uoW famous
"LaFayette. we are here."
Other speakers were Lieutenant
Governor William J. Coyle. flavor
Hugh M. Caldwell and K. 1 leister
tluie, rptuker of the .Washington
house of representatives.
Labor Council Will Have
Well Known Speakers
Th Salem Trades and Iabor
council is making big arrange-1
menls for the coming meeting at j
the armory on next Tuesday ninht
at 8 o clock, when rresiuem in
It Hartwlg of the State Federa
tion of labor and C. A. Young, in
ternational organizer of the A. F.
of L.. will be the speakers. Th
meeting Is open to the public, and
these notable men will have a
message that everbody will ! ln
..tuH in Mr. Hartwig is to
well known that the fact of his ap
pearance before a Salem audience
presages a large hearing, while
Mr Youiie is known all over the
land because of his third-of-a-cen-tury
connection with the labor
movement. The economic ques
tions of the day will be uiacuemhi
In a fair and Impartial vmanner.
and those who go to hear these
speakers will have a better and
broader understanding of the aims
and objects of the great laou.
movement. Everybody invited
and there will be no admission and
American Soldiers Abroad
Need Medical Attention
Floricultural iSociety Will
Plant Flowers1 on Court -House
Tfntativ. pla.f for the beau
tificatlon of Salem during the
coining year ml V Friday nlgni
at the annual nM-etlng of the Sa
lem Floricultural and Improve
ment society, include many hang-
is 12x18 feet and. Is one of the
most modern in the city. In this
room be has many of the differ
ent models of pianos which he has
to offer the put.lc. While In this
room the customer will not be dis
turbed by the continual- Interrup
tion of other purchasers.
Tula room has the bent llgnting
arrangement of any like room In
it ritv: the same Is true ot Its
i.ontin- arrangement. The wall
are Round proof, keeping out the
noise of the street.
in addition to this music room
Mr Moore has two round prof
record rooms where ono may have
rornrds clayed to enable nun in
making his selections, (adv.)
.rm UN" ITKMS
H. W. Cooley of Jefferson Is
Elected Head of the
Arni'RN'. Ore.. Feb. 12 (Spe
nui i n. t miipman) Lawrence
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fs and improvements wnicn a,,u I Hammer bought a five-acre Irutt
at making of Salem the flower j (ract OQ hf slverton road, and
city of the west. , I moved hU family there Monday.
A special comlnittee wai named . GeorKe Thompson of Salem
riant ins mifo nowers anu th- Laurence Hammer
and expects to
UIIUU I Ul UIU Wllt.ll UCAh a .
dav and thatl a confcnittee be ap- the government and the govern
wiork out satisfactory ! ment-ataea scnoois ana coueges
Car of high grade land plaster now In. Place your or
ders at once so as to be sure of getting it when you need it.
Prices, are right.
Car of Soda Nitrogen (Nitrate of Soda) now on track.
Better place your orders at once as the largest part of the
carload Is sold now and will be unable to make as low a price
qq local shipments - .. ,
j Besides the above kinds, we have Lawn .Fertilizer, Garden
Fertilizer, Berry Fertilizer, General Fertilizer. Superphosphate,
Tankage. Sheep Guano, Agricultural Sulphur, Lime, etc. You
will find our prices are as low as high grade fertilizers can
be sold or as we ship in car lots and you get the benefit of
the saving in freight and price.
D. A. WHITE & SONS
!55 State Btreet
mendment. This was seconded
bv La Follet, but protested by
Staples. Moser and Banks, and
the motion failed.
Gill moved to lay the whole
matter on the table. The motion
failed after a wrangle between
Joseoh and Moser that stirred the
sergean t-a t-arm s.
. Resuming the debate, Joseph
ftpposed the bill, declaring th
ipsue of a campaign would dis
trust the schools.
Senator Rvan opposed the bill
Farrell defended it and said
neither ide had ever sought to
influence his vote. Vinton. Lach-
mund and Jones opposed the bill
In speeches. Senator Strayer, in
a fiery speech, opposed it
"In onr courts." said Strayer,
"we are pn jealous of the rights
of our citizens. From the justice
court to the supreme court, w
have the rteht of appeal, yet
some of you Multnomah senators
want to deprive the teachers of
appeal to an unbiased tribunal, a
firinclple directly in conflict, with
Senator Thomas termed the
referendum clause foolish and
said passing the buck to the peo
ple would not end the contro
versy but would only put an ob
stacle in the war of later con
structive legislation.. He advo
cated the Hume resolution.
By Staples' request. Senator
Moser closed the debate.
"Not two, members of the school
board." paid Moser, "but four
are In favor of this bill.
Of course they would rather
it not be .'referred totthe people.
tut because of the pussy-footing
of the opposition early in the ses
sion it was found that it would
not be possible to pass the bill
"Mr. Woodward opposes this
till and Rheds his crocodile tears
for the teachers because of a pre
"We have a school election in
June when this question can be
siiru.js ana on in- iniproiemrui Ul . , , ,rn
'window . !,..,. ,nd Satunlay of Auburn
"!'.: . - .:'.. ;: 1".:" The Fauhtui w
flowers and plir-iu. Tha presi
dent announced that this month
was the most favorable time for
sotting out annuals or transplant
ing them from !ne place to an
other. This Is Sal.-o the time for
orkers class and
the Golden Rule class or the Au
burn Sunday school have organ
ized a choir and will practice each
Friday night with their pianist,
Miss Mable Williams.
Miss Logsdon. assisted by the
towing sweet pis and setting out j older pupils of the school and the
felaiMolus for eajrly blooms. j young people of the neighborhood
WASHINGTON. Fnb. 12 Ar
rangements for providing medica.
attention for disabled American
war veterans in foreign countries
nrA heine worked out by the war
La j pat Rai presiding at a confer-1 Hsk bureau and the soldiers' re-
ence neid lor tne purpose oi pro- jief orKanizatlons of the aHioa na
Rear the Classified Ads.
tecting cattle against slaughter
and export, declared that the cat
tle question could not be sett lea
until national sovereignty was ob
tained. The opening speech of the pre
siding officer of the congress out
liped a plan, for the immediate
boycott of British trade. In order
that the ruling power may be
"gradually exhausted," he advo-1
cated a plan by which English
planters, merchants .traders and
manufacturers in India may be
faced with a scarcity of labor.
This he maintained, would pro
duce national strikes of unskilled
workmen in the railway, postal
and telegraph departments.
M. K. Gandhi, leader of the
movement, in moving the resolu
tion to amend the constitution of
the congress declared "If India's
wrongs are not redressed, and if
elementary justice is not done, we
have no wish to retain the con
nection with the empire, but If
the connection means the advance
ment of India we do not want to
T 1 na t T? I In annnAHIn Hon
hi's resolution said the latter es
gave India the tree choice of de
termining her own destiny and of I
no more depending upon British
statesmanship which has proved a
lailure," and It meant "giving no
tice that India's remaining in the
empire would be of her own free
decision and free will.
Under another resolution unan
imously adopted parents are to be
called upon at a later time to with
draw metr cn.iaren under age
from state-aided and state-owned
schools and provision Is to - be
made for training in national
schools. Students of 16 are to be
called upon to withdraw from
state-aided and state-owned insti
tutions and either to devote them
selves to the non-co-operation
movement or continue their stu
dies in nat'onal institutions. Mer
chants and traders, in order to
make India economically indepen
dent are also to be called upon to
carry out a gradual boycott of for
eign trade and to encourage na
tive hand spinning and hand
lions. Assistant .ecreiary ui
Treasury LaPorte. in charge of
war risk insurance, said tonight.
'The plan is to have American
veterans cared for by the allied
medical authorities where neces-
sarv. he said, while this country
would furnish treatment for ser
vice men of the -allied countries,
who are In need here. The ex
panse would be borne by the re
spective countries on the basis of
Such an arrangement. Mr. I.a
Porte declared, has been practi
cally completed with Canada.
REl'MOX CALL MADF..
Tha club if making plans
through Its secretary Tor planting
a large bed of ontinuoui bloom
ing gladiolus on the courthouse
grounds, the wotk to be taken in
charge by Dibble and Franklin,
who are rrowinf these bulbs on a
laree scale. j ;
A commi'teewas alio named
to confer with fbo light and tele
phono companies and secure the
aid of property, owners on the
principal block to plant Boston
ivv rn t -polii atoiyid each
block. These tlecorations cover
the unsightly poles and in the
fall of the year? they will resem
ble columns of fire and gold. The
city will also b4 asked to restore
theLfltrest names on corners so
that strangers in find their way
Announcement was made that
on (he second Saturday in March
theSalem Woman's club would
devote their prdgram to land
scane gardening and would have
a talented and. -experienced man
o taiv on Salem beautiful and I
how the owners of individual
grounds could -Wlp the general
are preparing a program to be
eiven at a pie social soon.
Several of the young people of
Auburn attended the musical at
the home of Miss Do I son In Salem
last Friday night. Miss Flayvilla
Haynes and Miss Georgia Sneed
were on the program
Wilbur Loy had the misfortune
to fall and break bis ankle last
Friday and Wesslie Casteel cut
through the bone of his index fin
ger on his left hand Saturday
Breeders of Holsteln cattle la
Marlon county met Friday la this
city and effected an organization
or the Marion County Holsteia
r.tclailon. a representative attend
ance from various parts of the
county being present. Officers ot
the association were elected as
follows: II. W. Cooley. Jeffersoa.
president: Eugene Finley. Jeffer
son, vice president; S. J. Bernlng.
Mt. Angel, secretary-treasurer:
Frank Durbin. Salem. 8. J. Klein.
Silverton, H. L. Morse. Woodbarn.
Among items of business whick
will be taken ap at the aest
meeting of the association. Feb
ruary 26. will be the question of
a cow testing association, a pic
nic for Holsteln breeders' to be
held in May. and the advisability
of exhibiting- Holsteln cattle at
the far this year. The met ting
will be held at 10:20 In the morn
ing. An invitation to attend this
meeting has been extended to the
breeders of Holsteln cattle la
Polk county because of the plaa
to extend the association to In
clude Polk county aoon.
I'm Statesman dandified Ail nounced today.
GI1AIX HEARINGS ARE UP.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 12 Hear
Ing on bill to regulate grain fu
tures exchanges will begin Mon
day before the senate agricultural
committee. Chairman Gronna aa-
. LIVINGSTON. Mont.. Feb. 12
A call for the first Teunlon ot the
362nd infantry regiment of the
91st division to be held at Lewis
town, Mont., during the state con
tention of the American legion
next June has been issued by Col
onel John II. Parker of St. Louis.
J. Ward Crosby of Livingston is
!n charge or arrangements.
V. W. Moore,lnsta!ls
Complete Music Room
The times tare progressing.
There is a saying somewhere that
goes something , like this. "The
longer you liyei the more you
learn.' 'This ii. true in W. W.
Moore's case an be decided to in
stall a new muste room. This room
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HEARD AT SEATTLE!
Message Flashed Opening
SEATTLE. Wash., Feb. 12.
From his office at St. Augustine,
Ha., more than 4.000 miles away,
President-elect Warren U. Hard
ing flashed the meassage that
opened tbe 19th annual Lincoln
ay banquet and Victory celebra-
tion of the Seattle Young Men'
Republican club here tonight.
More than 1.009 guests were as
sembled in the auditorium when
the President-elect pressed the
button, sending a flash which
was followed by his message of
greetings and congratulations.
Among the guests were almost tbe
entire personnel of the state legis
lature and state officials.
The president-elect's message.
snt by direct wire from his of
fice to the banquet hall, follows:
"St. Augustine, Fla., Feb. 12.
"James n. Kinne. president.
"Young Men's Republican Club,
"The career of the great Lin
coln who piloted our country suc
cessfully through its period of
greatest tribulation, may well be
the model for true Americans to
day. If we will be guided by the
ideas that are to be drawn from
the study of his life I know that
our country will again emerg
prosperous and with increased
prestige from the period of .diffi
culties into which the great war
and its attendant perplexities
plunge! our own country and In
deed the world. My greetings
id congratulations to your or
ganization which is helping to
r"' !."'n an example to the
"Warren G. Hard'ng."
Frank Branch Riley of Port
'M. Or.. nres'dd as toastmaster
and the principal address on "Ab
raham I.tneo'n" wan delivered by
Lionel Charles E. Stanton ot San
Francisco who at the Independ-
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