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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1921
Leading Business Men Want
Elastic Bargaining Clause
In Tariff Act
FtEXIBLE RATES URGED
- - m - ' I I
Proposal Made to Give Pres
ident Power to Punish
CLEVELAND. O., May 3. Fi
nancing foreign trade, the tarifi
and "double taxation" of Ameri
can investments abroad are the
chief aubjecis which will be tak
en! up by some o' the nation';
lea-din, manufacturers, bankers
and railroad and steamship mn
tjtbe National Fore gn Trade
counc'l which opens tomorrow and
extends through May 7. About
20p0 pcrtionp are expected.
t is believed that the ronvcii
tlojn will take action favor'ng ?n
anj elastic bargaining clause in
njr new tariff laws enacted bv
congress. The National Trade
" council has conducted an exten
sive fight for such a provision for
some time. The council has tak
enjthe poalt'on that if the Cnited
States' volume of exports in re
cent years is to lie maintains;, :t
fore'gn customers must be p r - (
milled to repay largely with
goodn of their own manufacture.
(icncriil folic')- WwnlVtl
I'lider the bargain tari f la:i
proposed by the National Foreign ;
Trade council and approved
many exporters, congress would
define a general policy, tixinK 1 !'
various M x i t i inites I" dutv.
Both a maximum and a minimum
rate applicable to imports :n
eral would be flxe-(l.
The president would be givn
power, under this plan, upon cer
tification to him by ,i tariff com
mission, either to impos-- penal
ties for d si rimination a-a'm.
American products or to pr.mi
concessions for their favorable
Secret M. ritninal ion Hit
The council alro ha urued tha?.
the law lie sufficiently nroad "
permit th? president to discour
age not only open d scr'mination
but also anv secret il scritninatioti
which might be disguised under
in the matter of 'inancing tor
eign trade, the keynote of th"
convention will be sounded by u
P. O. Harding governor of the
Federal Reserve bank, who wiU
sneak on "Financing Foreign
The Nat'onr.l Fore gn Trad"
-ouncil has repeatedly advocated
a policy for American manufac
turers of allocat ng at least -"
per cent of the;r annual proiluc
tion for export, contending that
the domestic demand upon the
average falls just about that much
short of consuming' the normal
Inland-, r to SiM-ak
The convention probably will
take some action dealing with the
laws under which American m-
tereots abroad now are taxed both,
ahr.iau and at home.
Judge Daniel It Williams of
Manila will be one of the chic:
,n,-;,k- rs OH til S Sllbje-t illlll W.ll
detail conditii'lis Mi the Philippines.
ON NAVY BILL
Washington Agricultural station
had increased yields from 100 to
f.oo per tent. The gypsum was
applied at the rate of 200 pounds
to the acre.
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ill. I .H'I'"r
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Clark-Kendall & Co., Inc.
TO BE of additional convenience and help to our
host of customers in and around Salem, we have
secured the services of Mr. William McGilchrlst.
Jr. as the resident agent of the investment house of
Clark, Kendall & Co.. Inc.
Headquarters for Government, Municipal and Cor
poration securities will be maintained at Suite 309-10
U. . Bank Bid., corner of State and Commercial streets.
Mr. McGilchrlst Is well known throughout the Valley
aa a successful business man of high integrity, and
It is with confidence In his ability to advise clients
. both present and prospective regarding their invest
ment problems, that we place him In tupenrision of our
' Our policy of handling only carefully selected in
Yestment securities which we can conscientiously recom
mend was established ten years ago when this firm was
organized, and has been consistently maintained.
Specialist in Bonda-that-Bulld-Oregon
Clark-Kendall & Co., Inc.
Government, Municipal and Corporation
800-10 U. 8. Bk. Bldg.
, Halem, Ore.
rth and Stark
I Continue i from pace 1 i
, m the Im.jw's belli 11 I' -
-.ive Interest on aii bonds paid
of will continue lor the sinking
fund It is calculated that the
bonds v. i!l be red. -ni"J w thin "
e:i i s.
Ill no case will Cerniitiv
bavins inert- than " per cut
t..,..t utnl line t -1 cell' t"
::ik ng fund on the total eb-l't
ii 7 .,11,01m' nun pou iius 'I'
-,:nnnt are In be 1 h.n t- 1
''erman customs or any
. line that the repaiati Mi
son U prepared to a'
The reparat .oiis '
will receive III ' bond
I inn I hem a m"ll fc the
i.nnur will d Stie'Sc of them
WASHINGTON May .'! In the
a,.enc. of formal notification,
cffiiials declined tonight to coni
incnt on the d -cision of the allied
supreme council to invite th"
I nited States to send a represen
tative as a member ot the su
r.retne council and alscv to he rep
resented on the reparations com-insM-on
and the council of am
bassadors. All u'lestions as to what policy
the American government would
pursue have invariably been met
with th" statement that when
such an invitation was received
j would be soon enough for a. a
The administration lias not hes
itated to say it was interested in
the economic adjustments grow
ing out of the war. but has not
indicat-d a derire to become po
litically involved in Kiiropean set
tlements. Whether this would re
suit in the refusal of such an in
vitation as was decided upon to
day or to the sending of repre
sentatives to sit at sessions of
the council and the commissions
was not indicated tonight
It is understood that the I'nited
states still is hopeful of a solu
tion of the reparations contro
versy by discussion, but whether
Mayor Baker Sends Leper
Back to Coos Bay Town
President Objects to Borah
Amendment for Disarm
Ore.. May .'5.
a leper, who
BUILDING TO CONTINUE
Executive Demands Appro
priations to Proceed With
it will consider such a course
WASHINGTON". May I'r.-s-iili
nt Hardiim objects to the in
sertion in the navy appropriation
bill of any provision t euest iim
him to call a naval disarmament
conference, as proposed under an
amendment by Senator Corah.
Republican. Idaho. Th's became
known wlrn the senate naval
committee Iwgan work today on
the $:f!M;.iMHi.nini measure passed
by the hoii-e
The . president's objections will
lesult in Hi" bill hcini; reporteel ;
to ihe-s-nate without the lioiahl
amendment according to Senator;
I'oindcxter. IN p iblican, Wash- j
ington, and administration forces i
aie evrected to line- up at-ainsi ,
the amendment for which Senator,;
Borah plans to fi'-'ht j
K in hurras Mire nt l.viidecl. j
1'is dent Harding's views were j
Riven to Senator Poindi-xter nnd
Senator Hale, Republican. Maine, !
of the sub-committee in charge !
of the impropriation measure.
The president, it was stated. "X- I
i presse d iiimself ns desirous of '
"approximate disarmament." hut :
was represented as opposing anv j
: m etrestion from congress which
mitfht embarrass executlv action i
! or to appear to convey a coimres- ;
Isioual recommendation on inter-
' national policies within jurisdic- j
tion of the executive. Senator j
Poindexter stated such a requKt j
I as proposed by the P.orah plan j
Andrs Metro, a leper, woo es
caped from uu isolation shack at
Marshfleld and came here yes
terday In a clay coach filled with
passengers, today was sent back
to Marshfield, solitary occupant
of the same coach by order of
Mayor George L. Baker.
State Health Officer Strieker,
on advice of City Health Officer
Parrish, urged that Portland care
! for the afflicted man until the
, government minht remove him to
a leper colony. Mayor Raker,
I however, refused on grounds that
I Louie Poy. Chinese leper, had
been a source of . distress ever
i since the city was charged with
j his care Months ago.
I Poy will be removed to a fed
1 eral colony in Louisiana within
two or three weeks, according to
word received by Dr. Parrish from
1'nit.ed States Senator Stanfield
Traffic Mishaps Cause
Many Portland Injures
! PORTLAND. Ore., May 3.
'Three persons were killed, 111
i injured and Mia arrested as a
i result of !lf accidents in Port
j land streets during April. This
' summary was contained in the
j monthly report of traffic Captain
j Iewis as submitted today to
! Chief of Police Jenkins. The re
' port likewise- shows that police
fines totaling $:t,611 were levied
i from this source during the
STRIKE OB CUT
Building Workers in Portland
Are Negotiating With
PORTLAND. Or.. May
Strike or acceptance or a
10 per cent in wages by the
ine Trades council awaits
of the Building Construction Em
ployers' association in notifying
the council of the decision to re
fuse; or agree to enter into an
agreement with that oManization,
it was announced by union ol fi
The council is willing to ac
cept the cut of lo per cent as
previously announced, providing
the contractors agree to accept
the recomme-miation of the hoard
of arbitration that an agreement
be entered into by both parties.
The painters', plumbers.' sheet
metal workers' and bricklayers
unions hav- refused to accept re
ductions. Approximately 300
painters and sheet metal work
ers were out today. A number of
the master painters ceased opera
tions. The plumbers and brick
layers have acted independently
of the building trades council and
have not accepted the cut.
Following is the official
publication of the record of
claims before the Marion
county commissioners court
for the April term 1921
with the amount allowed,
bills continued, etc, ac
cording to the records in
the office of the county
i Sixty-Five Persons From
I Fated Ship Are Given
I i i r . . i
aici in beanie
i would be furthered
participation in the
1 rils Is problematic!.
bv American ! would be advisory merely.
i Hiiclie Note Received.
j UKRUN. May 3. -Hy the As
sociated Press. 1 Shortly after
j the opening of the reichstag to
i day, Paul Lobe. president of th
i chamber, stated that the reply of
Secretary lluches to the Herman
i counter proposals on reparation.?
had been received. The reply was
delivered to Dr. Simons this inor
! ning bv Loring Diesel. American
On the announcement of Herr
Loeb. George Ledebour. social
democratic leader, moved that the
Ampl - Funds eirel.
It is also understood that the
president reiterated his opinion
that ampl?. immediate appropri
ations should be provided to con
tinue the 13 1G naval building
prouram with a view to rounding
out the navy prior to establish
ment of a disarmament program.
That virtually aJl of the am
endments, aggregating $100,000.
ouo. added at 'the last session to
the houe bill which failed of
passage in the senate, vtfould be
re-adopted by the committee was
predicted by Senator Poindexter.
lla Held Necessary. 14
The chief items added liHt
March and the subject of contro-
HAS FIRE LOSS
Building Destroyed and Boil
ers Are Crippled at Gar
hmtsa ImmpHlatplv rtisrilKS the
note. This motion was rejected j VPrR" whifh caused failure of the
h a 'argp maioritv. Herr Loeb!biIl in the senate were for navalj
said Dr. Simons would consult
ffh the civnmi'tee on foreign re
The cabinet was In session up
I to 3 o'clock this afternoon, at
I which hour it was without news
of the final conclusions of the
Newspapers are almost apathet
ic as. regards the Washington re
ply The nationalist papers chorus
"I told yon so." and acain re
proached I)r. Simons for what is
termed his lack of dienit-y in ap
pealing to President Harding.
aviation, for new Pacific coast
SEATTLE. May 3. -Sixty-five
survivors of the wreck of the Jap
anese rreighter Tcikuyo Mam,
which burned yesterday off Cape
Mears, Or., with a loss of eisht
lives, were landed here tonight
from the army transport Buford
which was one of the first ves
sels to go to the assistance of the
stricken freighter. The Buford
docked at 11:30 p. ni.
Ambulances waiting at the dock
hurried the 4 persons suffering
from exposure to hospitals while
the others were taken to hotels
H. S. To'da. representing the
Toyo Kisen Kaisha. owners of the
Toltuyo Maru, was in charge of
the work of caring for the sur
Twenty-eix of the survivors
U'Ara Atlflnnl V.v T ) . . It r
bases and for -hastening comple- , bay sufrVrinK from exposnre.
tion oi the b.11 ding program. In- The Tokuyo Maru. ablaze all
creased funds for completing two nltnt long Hank sometime dur,
to four carnal ships undr con-1 thp riav
struction also- ar in prospect,
Senator Poindexter said.
TILLAMOOK. Ore.. May 3.
Fire of unknown origin in the
boiler house unit of the large
Whitney company sawmill at
Garibaldi, about 10 miles north
of here today, destroyed the
building and crippled the four
horizontal boilers, entailing a loss
stimated at $25,000, covered by
H. Green, an employe. wa3 se
verely burned and injured while
lighting the fire, when he was
"aught under the debris of flam
ing timber as the roof crashed
'.o the ground.
A spectacular run of the Til
lamook fire engine truck was
made when Mayor Moulton re
.ponded to a call from Garibaldi
vhen it was seen the flames were
beyond control. Before the arri
val of the Tillamook apparatus it
was possible to save the other
(Continued from Tuesday)
lload District No. H, Continued.
ElcV-r. Henry. hauling
Miller, Mat. hauling gia-
vel and grading (54 0
Miller, n-n. do 6. 00
Plank, J. F., hauling tra
vel SI. 00
Brack, Joe, do 28.50
Andres, Kiney, do 4 8.50
Krechter, Ed, shoveling
K:stner, E:, shoveling gral-
Hasenyager, Amos, do . . '6.40
Eader, Goo., hauling grav-
el 18 0
Bauman, Steve, do 18.00
Orr, D. V., do 30.00
Richer, Henry, do IB. 00
Eader. Fred, grading .... ;6.00
Menkes. Joe. do r6.00
Hall, Henry, spreading
Durant, L. W., Graveling
and grading 54.00
I toad District No. 11
Hartman. Earl, hauling
rock, etc $.00
Fennemore, Roy, hauling '
, Hoari District Xo. 20 Cont'd
I Miller Lumber Co.. C. M.,
Salisbury, Arthur, work on ;
grade . 12. 80
C.ivens, E. G.. grubbing.. '1.6C
Witzel, K. H., slip scraper
and hook lino . 20.40
Witzel, D. C. dragging 1
stumps ;1 .-60
Thomason. P. E.. plow. ... 3.00
Bear. Chas.. slip Bcraper,
pull plow 43. Of
Page, John, hold Bcraper . 9.6C
Witzel. R. O., work on
grade, etc 15. 4f
Road District Xo. 28 -Cont'd
Fisher Brothers, sawing 2
cords wood . . . 1.5C
lload Distric t Xo. .18.
Gritton, W. A., on grader 7.7F
Trick. T. D.. patrolman. . . 2.8.1 f
Road District Xo. 88.
?Cooley, Earl, grubbing . . 3.2"
Cooley, Monroe, do 3.2f
Cooley & Sons, grading,
etc 5 77.5 (
Grenz. L. A., grading . . . 12.0'
Turnidge. Dave, do 6.0'
Cooley, H. W., patrolman. 27.3'
! Extensive hearings are not re
j warded by tho committee ns neces
I sarv because of the exhaustive
I study mad- last winter when vir
tual'v the same bill was present
led i The committee plans to corn-
report the bill within a
! pl-te a nd
I few days.
Reduction of Prices at
CONSUMERS' TRADING HOUSE
House Aprons $1.21
Girls Dresses 75c up
Ladies' and Children's
Hose 23c and up
Ladies Underwear 25c
I-ttest t:lyle Ladies'
Latest style Pumps $5.50
Ladies Shoes $.t.5'i
Hoys' Suits $3. is
Hoys' Wash Suits S1.9S
Hoys Play Suits 75c
Hoys' Shirts 75c
Children's Hompers 75c
Hoys' Overalls "Blue
AH kinds of Hoys' Letj
Rinps, per pair 75c
Men's Socks, 7 prs. SI. CHI
Khaki Pants $1.75
A bin assortment of
Ties 75c and up
iMen's Work Shirts 75c
Men's Handkerchiefs ic
Men s Overalls Sc
A big assortment of
Dressy Hats and Caps.
Men's and Hoys' Under
Medium weight Under
Men's licht weieht 2-
1 nere was an out man on .some
Who shut hi wife up in a Ixix
When she said "Let me out"
He exclaimed ' Without doubt
You will pass all your life in that lxx."
1 quart "Life Time" Aluminum Stew Pans
Vjj dozen Water Glasses
Kitchen Utensils at less than the old time prices. Sup
1 ly your needs today and save money.
N TRADING HOUSE
373-377 Court Street
Renu-mber the Place
Salem, Orejr n
New Goods arriving daily
WAR MISERIES ARE
DESCRIBED BY BISHOP
f Con tinned from pa fee 1 )
Grain Grading Law of
North Dakota Invalid
ftnntecl phvsically. mentally and
morally. The wore! come to me
acain and ata'n, 'The sins of th.
fathers are visited upon the chil
dren nolo tin tlrrd and fonMli
tenoral ion ' "
I'.ishop Sheparcl vivi,ly 1 t-t-r i - ;
(I the .'I'Kio mostly women and ;
children. Ik- fhw who Iran ni'il
I'aily lh ron Hi" cold chimp!
-how and sleet, chid in i;htf, h p I
Hi' hills to the wood outside the'
iiitv of VientiH !o uatli'r th-ir iih
!oi iik'i.I of treen wood that tliy
miuht have lire in their homes.
KindneoH ll.is IVuver.
'"Ilappy ni"rica'" he telainie !
"where lhc-re c-xists nothing lil;e
that terrible iinforce'alde scene
It i'. not aloiu. by fliifhiiiR sword
Miat Ameria shall attain lu-r
fl.lie of mf lilellCf ill the world
hut enlv a- her position is inain--d
bv iiii'irv and kind;i3i
"lib as lia alreariv teen vhov 11
r.M l. Minn . May ?,. The
madinc law of North lla
ias.ed by the legisla-wa-i
cleciar cl invalid in a
handed clown today by
K farlaiid. Washinuton.
in the hniled Htal
ol appeals he-re.
Il was held that the law
Dieted with the federal
-rades and thai it inii-os -d ;
4 11 on interstate commerce.
" ny attempi. ' vaid Jude,. Car- j
'anil's decision, "to regulate in- i
terstate roiniiK-rco by North Da-j
Vota. is 111 conflict with the i
I nited Slates L-rajn standards act !
wher in concrtss soucht to cs- j
tablisb a iinitoriii svstciu for Diet
iiispectinc and Ltadinc of such
erain movine in interstate c mi- j
mcrce. r.oih a--t ou-ht not to !
enforced and cannot be wiiho'itj
cotifioion and iint.iriamnii'iil."
; o 1 11 '
1 n l:
- .nd ;i li.iinil civi's pi
and "ace "
The uartei ,,; tin.
t.l-e cluli saiic "Th
Never Toiidi-d the
Of!iT tiuni'-ers. follin
(1 1 ss l,v I lishop Si p
Tt" liishoii conuratiilat.-d
First Methodist church upon
eaiiK-listic program of t(. .-,v-winte
r and calle d attention to th
extraordinary succ vs i;,,,
Mtthodi-i chiirih at larire t1;..
ve:,t fn ,ve-v fj.-M of its iffivi-
lr ( ail (;. lioiiey. ptcside'lt of
'ill.in.etfi. un'v rit . presided . t
liie 1 11 t 1 ine of th c hili.
v n v.
eoin in ission .
e N.rth h.i
; laws iii-os
Masons of Washington
Make Arnston High Priest
K,i:;o v ii.. m ,1
Palmer. he., ,f
kola li a in 2 rail un
said ton ur Ii 1 tint th
kola ;rain madim
v'Hild 1 carried to
Male-. ; npr.-nt.. court.
"We will coutiiLiie lo enforce-tin-
'lali' lav. 'iid'Hi; the ap
ne;il to tlx- I nited Stales supreme
com!, until, we are -njoinid Irom
dome so." in- sai, I.
Crops Are Doubled By
HMWCO Ma;, .:. Double
i bis of alfaha, clover, peanuts,
""'.i1'"'-, toliace-o anel other crops
'b'o i;:!i ii.e- eif pi 1 1 -'jsi-d roeks.
-ui h as lime, p'10-r , 1 ,. ;,n, typ--iiii.
were reporletl today at a
111 ' -t i n t- of a l' r t-11 1 1 11 1 .1 1 scientists
Marlon Arnslon of fielJinK
was aelvancHd lo the office
of inand hiuh priet ,,f it,e irrand!
1 haiite-r of the Koyal Arch Masnn.l
a' the closing session of the thit-'
ly -seven 1 n ahnnal con voca t jon 1
here totlay j
llorat e W Tyler of T icotna was'
rt named grand Measurer and Yan
cey C I'.lalotk e.r Walla Walla
was 1 e-elected sccrefarv Ii was:
Mt P.lalock's ;;:',rd eleelion to th"
A herd ecu. Wash . was chosen
, for the 1 f J convocation Walla
Walla and ISremcrton were can-:
' didates for the meeting.
'nil .relu. e - i;t et. il in the
-fpi-lv of f rtiii.t-r p roN -ii -.
The 111 t-e-t i n e was addressed bv
I'r Will 1.1 10 f'io-kor of the 1'ni
vefsiiy of I'liirimn. ;ini I'rofesso.
"'' ' A. Olse-n of the t'tlivers t ,
of Waybill !;(on v'o d 1 !.i ert I , 1
'tie i'iniiT ne of c round rocks
could b ii'de In iirovtele a nei
i.i ilieril -sl- ill t.f -ail fettilitv.
Tlm I'd Wf;.'-d !'- Mf limestone
to correct vei'l .icidilv. phophatr
ock to supniy phosphorus and
c:..siiin 10 provide sulphur, all
ti t. d m'ts ht ing necessary for
1'rofessor Ois-11 aid that tests
ith pypsiim on alfalfa at thei rerr?5.
u, agcoraing to messages
from the ooast guard cutter Sno
homish. T. Herada. Japanese coffee
morctiant of Valparaiso. Chile, his
wife and Tour children, the only
pa ssengers oboard the Tokuyo
Maru. were paved.
Captain Hammer, master of th"
steamer Santa Alicia, reporteel by
wireless tonight that the Santa
Alicia stood by the Tokuyo Maru
until ! o'clock last night.
"Various explosions were oc
curring at rapid intervals, and
the ship was a mass of flames,"
the message said.
Captain Hammer paid he nickel
up two life boats, one containing
the ship's log. with the last entry
dated from Portland. The Santa
Alicia took them aboard and pro
ceeded cm he r way to Tace.nia.
A final check or the survivors
late (onight showed, that eight
grain ' r"'rsona 'la'l bist their liv-s as
bur- ,n" result of the burning of the
! ve ssel. onv one of )lt, hodjcs
Of the t'i.1 mi vKeirs. onlv 22
were able to get into lifeboats',
aecording to officers of the I'.u-
r 1 rw-1 , .
ine others were rescued
bv the officers and seamen of the
I'.uford in Muford boats comman
ded bv Third Officer O. LiMb-elien
and Fourth Officer A. Krickson.
iii.iioiny en !tie survivors
j were suffering from shock and ex
posure when taken aboard the
I Ilulord but wen. reported practi
ically out of danger when th
I transport do ke el here
I Officers of the i'.uford told a
thrilling tab- eif th,. rescue ,,( the
wreck victims It was about 4:.-,o
. P to. Mondav when the liuford
j received the Tokuyo Mam's S. O
; S. Th- I'.uford was about 12
' nrile.c. south of the .Japanese ship"
i headed for Seattl... and inimeeli
alcly changed her course for the
j burning vessel. When the Toknvo
i Maru was first sighted sir? was" a
j mas; of smoke and flames.
; Winn the transport reached
I Die scene-. parsing within LM111
jvards of the Tokuyo Maru. two
lifeboats filled with survivors
were sighted and scores nf others
, . . se.. struggling in the
, v .-iter while a fe-w were
a'oard the d,ip Persons fore
, a 1 1. w ere r ;n oft from each
: " a soliel wal ef fjre
c,e soon rorced bv the inten
lie-a,t of the decks to inn.
j ---- -" -
READY FOB VOTE
Joint IJnn Account Cont'd
Hays, S. R., acct. exp, for ;
Butler. I., hauling lumber
Clut nger, C. n., work Me
Hays. S. H.. do
Jacobs, Joe. hauling lum
ber, etc. .
Kane, I. V.. shingling Me-
hama bridge 10.00
Measure Passes Through Mies' u'-r- ha"Iin lu,n
' I nor lltit o f n i-nl
And Comes up Today
WASHINGTON. May 3. Th
bill creating a federal budget,
veto"d a year ago by former Pres
ident Wilson and since passed at
this session. by the senate,
roacheel its final stage today be
fore the house. It proceeded
through a day's debat- without
opposition and will come to con
cluding voic tomorrow, although
ii conference will be ne-cessary
with senate representatives over
"The time has conv in govern
mental affairs when we ran no
longer go on talking about econ
omy arc! practicing extravagance"
Chairman Coin! of the appropri
ations committee said, in placing
the measure before the house.
"W- have to face the fact that
the federal government has no
business tvsteni or business prin
ciples in its operation,
The day has pasjsed when
congress could allow that, am!
it wilt never return. We shall
be call -d upon next year to raise
r.on. (1011. nun for th,. govern
ment. Reasonably, the allowance
can be $ l.oiMi.oiMi.ono. but the
fiscal policy makes it necessary
that Die government secure a dol
lar of service for a dollar of ex-
pencjiiure. though it be Die first
ber and gravel 27.50
Post. V. I... shingling Me-
hama bridge ip.00
Matts, j. M ., Mehama
bridge work 10.75
waterman. I,. W., do .... ljj.00
.'iisc eiianeous Acct a. ( ont d
Hunt. .1. T.. salary and ex-
penses of Co. Com 33.75
. uy 01 Aumsvllle, balance
01 i:u 4-miIl road tax 226 56
my or Donald, do i.tfinn
1 Uy of Gervais. do
City of Hubbard, do. . . .
City of Jefferson, do . .
City of Mt. Angel., do. .
City of St. Paul, do . . .
City of Scotts Mills, do.
City of Silverton. do . .
City of Sublimity, do .
City or Turner, do . . . .
Tity of Wood burn, do .
v . m. tioulet. Co. Com .
salary and Expenses. . 91.00
Miscellaneous Accounts. '
J1 isher, The-o, bounty
McCoy. O. J., do ...
Hubbard. H. K, bount
gophers, etc. . .
Raymond, K. J.. relief for
W. F. Fultz
Iteutler. Frank, dounty on
Mrenner, Geo., do
Kwalt. Kenneth, do
Prime. W. F.. juror
Hiekett. Frank, do ......
piston. W. A., do .
Foster. W. F.. do
1 l.ivesay. Jas. 11 , (o .'
J Miller. Waldo K.. do. . '.
i's history it
A emery was directed HS to
whether the budget bill would
eliminate he possibility of a sol
"The budget system is the only
thing that would make the bonus
possible." Mr. Good replied, "but
frankly. I do not see any chance
for the bonus.''
has done "7"''n
1 euanel. (
President Harding Joins
Golf Executive Committee
Coolidge Invited to
Visit Portland Friends
NKW YORK. May n. Prcw;-d'-nt
Harding has a gr-e-d to b' -com"
an honorary member of the
''nited States G-df association
executive commitlc'e atnl to pn-
s.-nt the prize to ithe winner of
mt'onal op ti championship at
oiumi ia ( ountrv club July
it was announced tonight.
NSHINGTON. Mav 3 V,..
1 ie.-l( C'tl llll In I irn l .0 1..
- 'in-i u II ' 1 1-
Ti; iku i;s ski;h.
LIMA. Ohio Mav .l. Five hnn
r cin-: diet! eilv I n Kmorj t..,.,!.
I cil nt.. I i, .n .... i.;. .. . I ... . .' '""""' I"
I an in.vnaiion from ! innodt il ihe council to be
friends in Voriland. fir., to visit' to work lo hours ;, ,i.-iy
j the Pacific coast this summer, but I of -ighl. as here tofore-.'
, inciicaTeci today he w;J3 inclined
1 to remain here thronvW 11. a Cm,i.
tner. Presumably hi final do- .MoXT.IXA WIXS
Itnnination will depend largely on!
the action of congress retarding
M1SSDI LA. Mont.. April 3.
I Whitman 4; Montana 5.
A . do
Hauman. Kteve, do
Maguren, D. v., do
Pelland. C. A., do
Litchfield. G,.f, p J)ai(f'f
Setnes. Card. bounty on
GarnjobFt. Adolf, do. '. .
Aufranc. Kugene. juror
Darst. C. p.. bounty on
Hal ley, R f ., nailif'f'.
Gregg. ( h , i,lror.
Martin, o. y , do '
Mailing, .1. H., bounty.
Strubhar. Uollin. bounty
on gotihers. etc.
Schenk. Rudolf, ,,n.
Honker. Clair do
Neiclorhiser, 1' , ,,,,'.
tv . . .
rabry. Albert, bounty
I'.arneve. l.etta M.. relief..
Hranam. Kmma It. do...
f'onpock, I. ula. do
Kkin. Maud, do
Gibson. Gnsw:e. do
Harmon. Klla G , ilo
Holb y. Flora I, , do . .
Kl e wer, Minnie Mvrt'e
d '. . . .
McGrnth. Ktta.. do
Mover. Let tie, do.
SncRnr, Mary, do
Shields. Hernlee May. do
Slavens, Illanclie Eliza
Wheel bee. Kmma. do. . . .
4 2 r,o
2. 4 n
1 ." 11 1
1 O.O 'I
l n. no
Tweed. Edgar, bounty on.
Foumal, V., Juror , H.tja
Murphy, J. C. do. . . I6.t
Heaver, W.. do 12.ij
Gardner. A. ., do l,U)
Hoover. K. N., do
MUrphy, J. C do.
Fdumal, C. do.
Doner. Jacot), bounty
Jaflz. A. K.. Juror
Hottinger. F. X . do
Capl'nger. John, bounty
on gophers, etc ,
ilrandt. Lewi.-, C, do
I'.randt. Winfie'd, do. . .
Kaser. Floyd, do. ......
Cooper, J. T., Juror ....
Taylor, A. J . do
;iebller, Chas. C. do....
Hi:'ibc r;er, Theodor, do.
Hayes, C. E , do
Denny, Byron, do
.McCracken, Levi, do ....
Bohlsen, George A., Juror
Bondy, H. D , do
Moorman, John B., do. . . ,
Carothers, Glen C, do.. 4
aurence, L., do
Anderson, Larl H., do. . . .
Hovenden, David, do ....
FoJlis, Wm., do
George, W. P., do
Jbby. A. C do
Litchfield. Geo. P., bailiff
Goodell, V. E., bounty on
Batliner, Walter, do ....
Kllgore, Jefferson, Juror..
Roth. W. A., bounty on
Codington, J. L., do
Dodger. Frederick, do...
Smith W. Carlton, examin
Griffith. L. F., do.
Byrd, R. D., exam nations
Byrd. W. H., do
Thompson, Fred H., exam
Knauf. J. T., bounty on
Wallace Alan, do
llv-n. James, do
Mo ley. Everett, do ....
'.oughrldge, Albert, re
lief Mrs. Sarah Ellis. .,
oughridge, Albert, relief
John Zimmer i
auderback. Ellis, bounty
on gophers, etc. . . . . .j
laker. W. A., do . . . ,
larnett, Elizabeth. do..
Carrier. Mr. and Mrs., do
Voys and Girls Aid Soci
ety, do i
Iflffun, W. B.. do -
lUrrows, W. F.. do 1
Carlson, C. Carl, do
haifaux. Mrs., do .
"levinger. Mm. S. E ,
oldwell. Mrb. Mabel,
'rwln. W. L., relief
Lela Cook and Melford
Cook . i
lickinson. S. A., relief..;
odge. Ulyspa Ellen, do. .j
"ngelhart, Mrs. Anna, da
Tetsch, Emily, do j
Roister, Mrs, do i
bidden, J. H.. do .
Hobin, Lizette, do .i
Irpshong. Mra. J. N.. re-l
iief for self and bus
Mardwick. Charles .relief.''
Haggard. Delia, do 40.00
Havnes. Mrs. Caroline, do 10.00
Hay ward. Ruby Luella. do
Henry. Mrs. Olive E.. do. .
Miller. Mrs. Minnie, relief
for Geo. A. Hodgman..
Old Peqples Home, rel.Ml
for Mrs. Julie D. H irtet
tvl'im, Nellie M., relief...
Lablz, Catharine, do . . . . .
Lt.rose, Geo relief, self &
Amanda I nrr-c .
Lticier, Steve Jr., relief fo"
reli and n ether
Lunn. Mrs. O. C. do ... .
Mack. E. A., do
Goebel. Mrs. Gertrude, re
lief Clarence P. Miller.
Miller. Mrs. Vina H-. do .
Miracle, Mrs. A., do : . . .
Newton. O. I)., do j
Pederson. Olea. do
Pen ton, Ivouise. do
Riilnhart. Itosalia. do . . . .
Kamka, Susannah, do....
Rfenick. Mrs. W. M., do. . .
Scharfitz. Mrs. Emma. do.
Schwingler. Mary. do....
Schmidt, Peter, do
Simmons, Anna May, do..
Smith. A. H . do
Snodderly. Flora, do ....
Stark. Olga, do
Strath. Mrs. Minnie, do ..
Stripling. Hulda, do
Thompson. Mrs. S.. do . . .
Wan less. Gilmer, do . . . .
Wells. H. A., do
Williams. Alice, do
W.nter, Adolph. do
liewis. C A., do . .
Butler. S. .1 . do . .
SmUh. B. K.. do .
ilchardson. W.. do
Schmalle, llav, do
WtiKliUvan. F. T
Dun: am. Harrv
Simeral. Elsie B ,
Arms.. A M . Dep
McKinnev. A. I...
U-ie. M. K.. ,lo .
Wallace. IDith K
SlieriTfii Offk I
m a -41.
. do .
do . .
Bryer. C. K.. registration
Hartman. Gertrude, do . .
IJi-e order's Office -
''av.epo, Helen, deputy ...
Webb. Vera, do
Jnnr, Laurel, do
Kp"'lb:irt. Alma, do ....
Tr.-j,su rerV Office -Richardson.
W. Y.. deputy
Lee. A. A . deputy assess.
J!u Hon. It . do
'en :;cr. A rncild. ilo . . . .
Kloft. Frank, do
t'ourt House -Morcan.
Cal.. janitor . . .
Mnhsnn. I... do
Cbilds. .?. W.. do
": School Super ntendent
Reid. Cora K., Asst. Supt.
Struble, F. H.. supv
PH)r Acct. Cont'd
Byrd. Roy D. Co. physician
Jackson, Haftie M.. Spec.
- poor officer
(To be eon(U)iied)