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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1921)
McCroskey Avers Organiza
tion Formed at Dayton
Is Sure Winner
GREAT START IS MADE
George Foster of Dayton Is
Elected President of
few weeks ago, when the
McMinnvllle ' ' i hambei of Com
merce asked "Manager T K.
roakey of the Sale in Commercial
flu l to visit it and deliver a lee
lure on community enthusiasm,
and met him with about hi
: oleum faces of men who had al
ways been on hand to carry the
community burdens on their
boulders, he Haiti to them:
"Nofhin doiu'? You can't build
enthusiasm on seven solemn
solemn faces. When you get ready
to get a crowd together and whoop
'er up, I'll come and we'll go it
to the legal limit. Just now I've
urcent business at home - roo'
bye!" And he goo'-byed. Just like
The r.eptuagiut of nolenin coun
tenances considered. ,
"Maybe he's right," was their
joint opinion; which they put in
to action to et the crowd to
gether and see whether it waa so.
On Tuesday they bad a Yam
hill county community league at
Dayton that was a record-breaker.
One of the solemn visages
had become interested pending
"We'll try it on," he said "I'll
Elve my personal guarantee that
I'll have hx communities there
Johnny-at-ihe-rathole, or forfeit
$1Q for every one that I fail to
i'et Hp to six."
At that rate of valuation they
owed him enough to buy a flivver
when he brought in his converts
to the Dayton meeting. Others!
came In with their delegations,
and their delegations' friends un
til they bad one of the llvest
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I IfUHLV III V Hlll.;il 111 Ill I' H
evep held In the state. Hankers,
farmers.'. ' politicians, everybody
wad there ',tp help boast It long.
' Live Kturr WanteI.
"I haven't time as a forester
to monkey with Jogped-off stump
lands," was Mac's, comment when
he' beheld the seven sobrieties at
the first called meeting. I want
live trees with Juice in their
They got 'em at the Dayton
meeting a splendid gathering of
active boosters who needed only
crgantzatton and direction to
make them a power for building
up their state and communities.
Oeorge Foster of Dayton was
fleeted president or the new Yam
hill County Community federa
tion. Li. L,. Thornton of McMlnn
vllle Is secretary and treasuses,
and X. J. Emlth of Nehalem val
ley is vice, president. . Practically
everybody Is one of the members
" New tfplrlt Shown.
A year ago a county organiza
tion waa formed, the Yamhill
County forum, which developed
along the lines of a debating so
ciety, that widened the breaches
between those who disagreed In
public converse. This society was
disbanded Tuesday, and its ashes
strewn to the wild summer winds
rnd the waves of the raging Wil
ls mette. The county federation
that succeeds it now starts with
n large and representative mem
bership from all over Yamhill
county, and the Yamhlllers are
preparing to build themselves In
to a Yam-mountain of Importance
in help-each-other co-operation.
GOOD BOXERS APPEAR
(Continued from page 1)
The company's mathematician es
timates that Uncle Sammle's littlo
gun bas a kick of about 30 pounds
to the square inch, and Wiggins
map vouches for about t;u pounds
Henry Oertmaker, bugler, rays
that no one would want to "mur
der the bugler" If they could only
understand a musician's trouble.
Henry says that 2200 men hate
him because he blows his calls.
mo ut roua
I Hill I I ! la IIIIU
ii a. i r
uxToaa amd r amou aktbtx.
THE OREGON STATESMAN.
and that (he adjutant gives him
the dickens for failing to ' in!
: out" wilh even more iiiteii.it.
Corporal Hill I'ruiet's 'siu.t I
won in Tu.-mIjv's eciii't'-f th-
honor or lining kitchen I .
and as a result I' oiii,...mv s io.K :
hhop secured loo per t t.t latin
for that lj J i i .i r Klti.n H
itt, C r n in ami I'nwn poii-hed up
the tables uiiil ieui..V.l Ihlee
)ears grime from wind.. an. I
walls, win If Private hi j i, ki-ii.- Ii i p.
( rosen. Herndoli all I Sthwahatil
chopped Wood, washed iliin- an I
III MI ki'il Ltliri1"
To date tins company's high
retire men on the ;:i.i unl taiiM. 1
Willi their despectiVe IcColds. a ! I
a.s lollows Private Clifford H ;
t'loneii. 4 V Filiate W W Ig K i lis . 1
Is. Serjeant Finest K Welborn.
4." Individual ratings are x-
peeled In t bailee during the next ;
rix davs if shooting Ita'iiigsl
made above were out of a possible !
.' points, i
j Corporal William llyers and !
j Privates ChailtH Needlum and I
i Marry Oipsen have I 11 on the
j wick libt fui the pa I tew ila)?.
bill rapid It'OVelV is e,llt,
since Sergeant Mason announced ;
ice cream tor Sunday. I
Home baked pie, "just like
mother's," ami roust veal with
dressing was Cook Harry Plant's
oftering for the Tuesday evening!
repast. I-ester R. Crum. special- j
ist firrt-class. is the rUht hand
bower of the kitchen. Crum ii t
a baker by trade and a graduate
of the army's school for cooks at
Fort Kiley, Kansas.
Corporal William earner and
Privates II H. Mlllani. Lawrence
Oardner. K. Andersen ar- mem
bers of squad No. 1. first platoon,
under command of Sergeant Rol
uud H kniehart.
Joe Delezal, private, and guard
for June lx. was much enraged at
petty thieves who visited the
company's barracks and purloined
petty pelf during 'Mi outfit's ab
i.i nc Saturday afternoon.
"These fellows world knock a
n an cold for four bits, ' observed
Joe. "Kvery time 1 turned around
half of the equipment was gone."
The company is glad tha' Joe
kept his eye on the poachers.
Corporal William Carver has
packed his t-nt and moved over
to the quar'ers of the medical
detachment, this nvimenr. Just
why Hill exchanged U'. rif'- for
a pill corps' tommyh-iwk is i prob
lem for all.
Private William Peterson, who
urapgea oown a score of ::'.' ;n
last week's shooting. Is hunting
for the fellow who waved the
"misb" at him before shifting the
Private John Zak is last on the
alphabetical list. 11th in the rifle
competition, third in the chow
line and first for lh. train whn
the company travels.
Again Sergeant Alanson It.
Mason breaks Into tho limelight
by shooting a straight possible in
50 points during Tuesday's con
test far daily record In the regi
ment. Mechanic Waited D. Oard
ner ran Into fame by Joining the
48-poInt class. Company V now
boasts of eight high-average
TROI'IILKD FOn TKX YKAR3
If you suffer pains and aches
during the day and sleep-disturbing
bladder weakness by night,
feel tired, nervous and run down,
the kidney and bladder need to
be restored to healthy and regu
lar action, J. T. Unburn. It. F. I.
No. 1, LucjtsTllie. ()., writes: ' 1
tried many lemedies but they did
me no good. I took Foley Kid
ney Pills and they helped me so
much that now I am well."
Don't delay. Sold everywhere.
HARRY ERTLE CHOSEN
TO REFEREE FIGHT
(Continued from page 1 )
engaged thren heavyweights
whose identities were kept secret
Charles ledoux, French ban
tamweight champion, arrived at
camp while Georges was away,
(an Oult 'Miiii.
It was announced that Paul
Journee. due to in juries received
in his Imilt with Weinert. would be
unable to work with Carnentier
Italian Joe (Jans, the other spar
ring partner, who suffered defeat
in Hrooklyu on Moudav. did not
appear today. It is believed bis
services will lie no lonper re-
ii I red.
Read The Class fled Ads.
LEAliN TO DRAW
tuna am Acotaa, wt wu maa, rou out
UUTATCD ATT, aOOUXT AKO TXXMt WITHOUT ANT COST TO
too. soma, nioawn by Twuicur arMMru&
rartructioa and Local OmM
lATTfq , . MA&AZrsx AXD CSATQM POKTRAiTa. I
We Cany The Trunk
right up where it Is wanted.
Our transfer service does not
end at the front door. It aims
to be complete and satisfactory
In every detail. If you are
going away have us take your
trunk and check It. When you
return hand us jiour baggage
checks and we'll have your
things up and in their places
as promptly as it is possible to
get them there.
C. B. DURDALL
Verdict of Not Guilty Reach
ed Yesterday After Short
ARGUMENTS ARE HEARD
Judge Kelly Refuses to Grant
Defense Motion to Dir
A eidiit ol not f'llilty Was le-
till lied M-.SU Ill.l) ll tile Jill Sill
il. oil the cane ol t lie : late
I'.urtoii 1 1 1 1 1 . t .1 1 1 . dialled vx 1 1 It
1 ut a i 11 iiif; 1111. ii" under lalse pie-telln-S.
The Jill) look less than
an hour li.r deli bei a 1 1011 . Tin
case went to the jury at
lollop mi. an order of .ludg
h Keliv. In line wlioiu tin case
a tiled, which overruled the j
motion o the de!ene tot a di- !
letted verdict, and instructed the '
counsel to proceed Willi the coil-
ClUlllIU'. U r e. U III ell I S .
(jueMioii I j to Jury.
In overruling the motion for a
directed verdict esterda morn
hit; Judge Kelly declared thai the
nuestiolis of whether the evidence
showed liiat liurdall had Kien a
personal opinion rather than a
statement of fact and whether the
evidence had shown that Imidall
had actually received any money,
were both nuestiolis which lay
solely in tliV jurisdiction of the
)ur to decide.
In the argument for the mo
tion on the previous day the de
fense attorneys had attempted to
show that under Ihe Oregon
statute a man could not be con
victed for a statement of person
al opinion. They held that the
value plated upon the land by
liurdall was only a matter ol
personal opinion upon which many
might ililler. and that the prose
cution would have to show crim
inal attempt to defraud which,
they said, il had failed to do.
"latwful Money" Involved.
They also claimed that the
prosecution had failed to show
where liurdall had received "law
ful American money," a.s charged
in the indictment. They main
tained that the bank in placing
the $ I. ".O'l in question to the credit
:f Hurdall's account had only
made a settlement of credit, and
that according to the criminal
code a transfer of credit could not
be the basis lor a suit for false
pretense. Hoth of the questions
fudge Kelly left to the Jury.
In the matter of the third basis
upon which the defense had
claimed the right to a verdict, that
the law pertaining to misrepresen
tations had been amended sinef
the commission of the crime with
out a saving clause prescribin
penalties for cases then before tlie
court, the court ruled that the law-
had not been changed in a respect
that would alter their case ami
wa therefore not grounds for the
awarding of a directed verdict.
Itrown Trite rroM-ct ion
In the argument for the state.
Assistant District Attorney Thom
as Brown declared that a verdict
of guilty should lie rendered as a
protection to the banks and to the
"Crimes, especially those which
are as cool and premeditated as
this, are getting to be admired
ami are too often pictured as at
tractive." he said.
Ho pointed out that there had
some indecision because of
the lack of
precedent, a 11(1 he
the jury set a nrece-
dent that would
protect the banks
or the country.
He referred to the "continua:
reference of tht- defense to the
fact that Durdall had been in the
service as though that would give
him any extra privileges "
Ten Logins Found
In summarizing its case the
fense claimed that it had shown
that th I'nited States National
bunk hail made over 10 loans tp
Durdall. some of them over the
amount of the note involved and
all of which had been paid. It wa
claimed that at several different
times after the makinu- of the note
there had been sufficient funds ;n
Durdall's checking account so tliar
the bank could have collected j(v
demand note. The altornevs in
sisted that the loan was 'made
without criminal intent, the same
as the others, and that it was only
an unfortunate failure in bu-ineHs
which kept him from paying it.
Durdall sat cool and ' collected
throughout the entire trial anil
was remarkably cool when on the
witness stand. Just before the
verdict of the jury was read Mrs.
Durdall wept and was weepintr
when she left the courtroom.
SHOPPING PARTIES TO
ATTEN BARGAIN EVENT
(CoatinuAd rrom page 1.)
ally speaking, a greater cut in
And right here let 11s point out
that shoppers can save enough
oa their purchase on I'.atgain
day to pay the expenses of their
trip to Salem and b-iy fireworks
to help the young folks celebrate
"The Fourth." Yes, everyone
should bring Ihe kiddies along on
Margain day. I-et it be a sort of
an out ing Your savings will pay
The following are the Pargain
Hay stores. Any others wishing
to Join should communicate with
the liusiiitKs Men's League. Phone
Anderson & Brown, the sport
ing goods store. Sportsman
Buster Brown Shoe Co. No
ficticious quotations. A truly
C. P. Bishop, the home of Oreg-
on made virr.in wool
Max o Hiiren
.1 I. Husick Ai- Son
.1 ; 1 1 il.11t.1i .
I'.utti 1 1 !i lc Civiii) companv
eatheil lie Criaiu dealers a;
pr.-. i.i'i iiiali: Thai 1 "Ii"1
the s. ll 1 rlv I. e I're mi
NLi n 11 1 :
11I i, red
I.V I '.II I
p I Ui
o A ilep
nllld oil t tl
p I em ISI'V
Meat-, -of )u.i
ill ami Flavor
i 'h.iinl.er-- .V Chambers Kurni
luie. iiik. linoleum, ranges and'
general h.oii-e furnishings.
The en i ra 1 I'lia riii.ii
Tom t i on is.-. Photographer.
lie: North ( 'oill lllercial Street
Commercial Hook Store. J n ul -
it y and ser ice
I lanes Shack. Peanut brittle.
H It Kshleinall. We sell for
Ii I, Farmer Hardware Co.
Our hardware wears.
Foster & llaker.
The Freiit h Shop 1 1 " North
High Si Millinery and tire ses
liray Hell"- Cand. ices, and
Ureal Western Oarage. F.very
ihing for the auto.
Oale A. Co
ll.mser llius. Sporting pood-:
Ilartman Hros. Jewelers, (lifts
C. S Hamilton, quality, not
e II. i II I i I y .
O W. Johnson i- Co.
Kafoury Hros. Thrifty shoppers
shop on Hargaiu Day.
dollar does its duty.
I) 11. Mosher Merchant tailor
to men and women. Only firm in
Salem doing tailoring under the
goods Quality first.
Neimever Drug Co
ess for your health.
Oregon Theater. Our music
makes good pit lures better.
Peoples' Market Our Coupon
books save five jiercenl.
Price Shoe Co. 1 Lilian Shoes.
Peoples' Cash Store. Shop with
the crow tis at Salem's busy bur
Patton Hros. Kodak films de
veloped free on Bargain Day
Special sale box stationery ami
Paris Shoe Store. Style with
J. C. Perry. The Rexall store
Portland Cloak tfr Suit Co.
Salem's greatest women's apparel
Portland Hy D. & P Co lo it
Hostein & (Jreenbautn. Heal
Koth Crtiri-ry Co. Quality gro
ceries. A safe place to (ratio
C. M. Roberts. The Court street
Salem Hasing Co. The Homo
nf Ilixie Dread anil Dixie dough
nuts. Salem Hardware Co. See the
Salem Hardware Co. first.
O. J. Schei. Men s c!r)thmg,
Shoes and furnishings.
Scotch Woolen .Mills Store. Hot
ter values for less money.
The Spa. The only confection
ers in the city manufacturing our
own ice cream. The taste
Steusloff Hros. All kinds of
choice, fresh, cured and smoked
P. O. Shipley.
Skaggs I'nited Store No. 37.
Groceries and fresh meals.
Salem Variety Store. 152 N".
: Commercial street. Where you
get right merchandise at right
F. K. Shafer. Harness, bags
anil leather goods of quality.
.Mrs H. P. Slith. We special
ize on children's hats.
John Suntlin. :!4 7 State street
The only tailor who makes all his
clothes in Salem.
Salem Sample Store. 141 North
Commercial street. You do bet
ter here for less
Valley Motor Co.
A. D. Thompson 2."4 North
Commercial street. The Itemnanl
Vick Hros. A square deal al
ways. It. J. Valilon.
t; c. Win. i
t hea per ami sell
good service and
buy good goods
right prices on
fancy and staple groceries.
Wood A- Pace. 22'J State street
lltn.rul auto rejiairs. Kxperl re
pairing at moderate prices.
Motris Optical Co., Oiegon's
largest ojilii al institution.
POOL REMAINS OPEN
(Continued from paun 1)
pt-cts to handle alxiut 1200
tons of cherries, here and at
The Dalles. The prices for
the various kinds ol cherries,
Kintf, Iiimlerts and Royal
Amies, was not made public.
The local maraschino cherries
will le treated by the Star
Fruit Products Company, in
the Salem King's plant, and
also at the Star Company's
Walnut Growers Expect
Record Crop This Year
Walnut growers in Western
Oregon have prospects of a record
breaking crop according ' to Karl
I'earcy. president of the Oregon
State Horticultural society and
member of the Oregon (.rowers'
Co-operative association. Along
the foot hills west of the Willam
ette river ami in certain
of the l'niptua valley,
found the finest soil, as
climatic conditions in the
tor walnut growing Mr.
says. The Manchurian
without flavor und often
may be -..
well as j
i ea rc y I
shipped to 11s from Japan, hurts ;
the local market as people do not
know the difference between the
fine flavored Fnglish walnuts
Crown in Oregon antl the tasteless
thick shelled Manchurians.
Read The Classified Ads,
?B MAY Fl lH;:?r:
IT Minil W::MM: DISCUSS UEUp
ii .ml Mi- Smiioui. foil " t'1''1
fr McCnmont and 1 onl Wif-r,--' m !.; . m." amiMrs. wiiiiV...'. p.,r .i-s Mccliii" is ("allil Tn
., . 0 ,v, . i.ed. Mr and Mr-. Al.-v J. Koli ( y i r r ., , , i ) j j,
' tit' 111 SlIpltMllO (.nillt (HI iM.,, Kllkl.m,l. Wash : Char.e. Ult'L.llK. I. III.. It ll
St,--'im llil! U 1IC " ' i r K -. Sea I lie; Mr. am. Mis At 111 P 1 1 1 Tl I i S i J 1
CH .1111 :ni loolIC j.- ,;r. ,,,,,,, si Helens. Oie.-oIi. . j i
Mr .,ml Mr:,. II. . i'eleisoti. Ml ' " !'! 1
I ... - i if i s:!..il.. l; II Tl. it 11. u .11 ii-l. ml
.cause of it
nine, I be g i -.i I I.
law involved lias
goii statute i-i .i 'V.
I.illtv 1. 1 Ihe cast
the t'nileu Slat
valued oil 111
slea ins h. p
M ii 1 1 noma h
i o n ii t y .
The outstanding f-ature ol' lh'"
case is that the law providing l"i
attacliiii.'tit ol ships, was enacted
in I v.'.:'.. will. Or.goii vv a , yet in
a l.riiloiial stale, and lis .oiisli
liitionali.lv is just mnv being a:
tack.d. .Iinlge Wallace .McCain
ant. who repi t-.ills the si..:in.-n
l:.c. app.'H.fit .ii l ne t as.-, has ;n
timateil that if be i- beat. n. I."
will carry I h" case to t he I nited
Sl.i t es sn p I "Hie coll r t .
The i a - is one tor personal in
juries, aril in 111"' lower court
i tinlrt ) was accorded damages o!
$:',tiuti. Judge McCauiant attacks
the law Iroin tile angle ol coiisli
I utionalit v . with the argument
that it nar':ik"s of an admiralty
proceed illg, I lierel on
courts tin not
P. Lord. Portland attorney
it presents Cordrev. conlt ndJ
in such cas.-s only t vv o re-'
es at" nossible. attachment
ol" the chip r an atlmiraliy pro
ceeding II- points to the di'ii
ctilty of an itdmiralty pro ce.iin;:
because of I be fact that ordinarilv
I here is no ; t-sitl. lit atrent arainl
whom action may be brought, ami
holds that atl.ii inn -lit ol the ves
sel is the only logical recourse
and therefore that the statute i
STORM RAGES IN
(Continued from page 1)
moil good and not
ot a class, and in
men liiav enjoy the
for the proTit
order that all
:-ains of I heir
Program Ordered Pnblishc!.
In ord-T to put the declarations
jtitu effet I in the "industrial lit"
of the nation.' the convention
directed the executive council to
"devise atitl publish' the necessary
It gislat ive program designed to
make effect iv. the fundamental
principles of uovernmenl set forth
and to secure to men employed in
organized industry that ciuality
of enjoyment of all the rights,
privileges and immunities now
enjoyed by those who contribute
capital to organized industrial
blanches, tu the end that indus
try conducted under corporate
grants shall be conducted for the
common good and not for the
profit of a class of men."
The council was also directed
lo "assist the recognized railroad
labor organizations by every ef
fort within their power to have
proper legislation enacted pro
viding for government ownership
ami democratic operation of the
lailroatl system of the
Ralph Collins Arrested On
Statutory riiar-'o; Will
V. Climb, .hari-ed with a
lorV ollell .e lie took "' t
ill which tti inter bis plea.
Collins w:' arrest"t by Chief
of Police Voi'iill. lollowing a
night's search for I " vear-obl
Minnie II. Is II. colored, who dis
appeared iroin 1 1 r home Tuesdav
night. ('oil ins nssi.'t.'d In th--search.
Parents of th" girl are F.iid '
have found : Hole after her dis
appearance in which she stated
Moil sin- v. as going aw.iv" forever
because of her bad i'ltlil' lice up.;i
ot'ti r members of the family. Tie
girl went to the home of Mis K.
llofer. 7ti" South Commercial
stri.l early vevt.rd.iy. The .juv
enile ol'ii.T. Mis. Ilattie Jackson.
was t ailed and look her to b " r
P.e'in.'lt. If as the cluet thinks. 1
be is wanted by Colorado authori-!
tie--. Since !j i s arrival in tins city1
he is said to have admitt"d that
lie wa; living under an assumed j
name. Thouuh aul horit ies in Co!-!
orado have leen notified, tin to;
111. 1 b
last night word bad
eived from th"m.
Adrian, Mich., Man and
Family at Camp Grounds
"Arc you from California?"
"No. I am from Michigan, but
like all tilt rest I have been ill
California lor the winter. I have
heard of the Salem auto camp ever
since I left southern California.
Kveryone told nit: to be sure to
This was the statement of J. Y.
Shepherd. Adrian. Mich., when be
pulled into the Salem auto camp
late last nijrht. He is accompanied
bv his lamilv.
Yesterday was a record day at
j the camp. Those registered were:
i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rutherford.
Ivenworth. Wash,; .Mr. and Mrs.
J. K. Leibert, Fresno. Cal.; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Klopfenstein, Spo
kane; J. Jj. Mclntire, Poison.
NYabh.; .Mr. and Mrs. JJ. C. Strong,
;. .ii i ii pos -i
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v. ,11 carry Hi- case to the I n it oil , UU 1 U U 1,1 I 1111-11
NEGRO HELD ON
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Ku.sh. A. W r.as.oni. l'ortlaliil: IT.
II H.imilloii. C. W. Kuiie. Walla ;
Walla . Mr. and M rv A. Klop- !
1. Mist. in. Mr. ami -Mi's- K- l'r-
, I'oiiland; Mr. and M . s. J III
!('.,.-. U .ltt -biiri;. W'a Ii ; ai'tl A-'
I Si'hmit.. Mr. and Mr-. IS. Price
of San Francisco. !
mm i unnc tdiT i
III L.L.II II I III llllll-
ist nf L.ii-iior Law Violation
Case0. Opens in the Cir
The lirst or a number of cases
rrovving out or the violation of
tin- iiuor laws, to be heard in the
circuit court, during the Jiiii'
ter, ii was called yesterday by
Judge Petcy K. Kell.v. that r the
Ma'e vs. I.. A. Williatns. indicted
as 'llenn W illiams. 'Ihe defend
ant i" lacing tin charge of sellin:;
Kollo .v ing stjection of i
jury but one winess was exam
ined for !it slate yesterday. V" .'li
ter C. Kt i'.'i. i; the atlorney foi
Ihe deifli'" itvI iiistrict Alio'l.'-v
Caisoii and T'loaias Prown .viil
I epte i nt t he state.
I hose talbd to :ict on the jury
are j. 1-'. Mollenconp, Salem:
Cet rge Ii- Claxton. Shaw; lOdward
Slsields. laist Cervais; William
Si. -g :n ii ml . Salt in; (J. V. Stnudisli.
Saiem; A. Wolf. Sublimity; A. J.
Pnyst'tie, St. Paul; Thomas
Skaife. lais Silverton; Henry
li v man. West Wootlburn; Allie
Will. Aurora: Fred F. Prince, Sa
lem; 1. M. White, Salem.
New Battery Company
Is Formd in Portland
Articles ot incorporation were
filed here yesterday by tho RaJli
key Ilattery company of Portland,
having a capitalization of $li.'HU.
The incorporators are Lawrence
Kathkey and Mrs. J. W. Rathkey.
A permit to operate in Origan
'sum isst-d to the I'niversal Pipe
I Line corporation of Wyoming.
capitalized at $ ."iM,fnit. A. W.
jltichards of Portland is named at
i toi ney-in-fact for (Jregon.
A permit was issued the Wanna
I ...... . 11'. !
i.ane i i n ii. oi vv a sn i ii gion siaie.j
which mentions no capitalization.!
It is a club formed to provide '
amusement ami recreation Tor its
members. Charles Cramm ami
i iglii others represent the club in
Union Street Car Men
To Confer on Wage Cut
I'OKTLA N I . .In tie 'I'l. Follow
ing ,1 conference with Franklin
T. Criffith. president of the I'ort
1 a tl 11 Railway, Light Sr. Power
loiiipany, announcement was made
! v ihe local street car mill's union
1 ffieials today that two meetings
of the membership would be held
tomorrow lo vote on accepting or
(ejecting the proposi d new agree
ment, which provides a cut 'if
about .". per cont for common la
bor. If the proposed terms are re
jected, arbitration wili in; resort -til
to, it is understood.
The reason that no cut was pro
posed for the platform men is
that they were not raised when
most of the ca'men in other lar?e
cities received their la?t increase,
it was said. '
Also Wanted By
Government on Whiskey
YAKIMA. Wash , Juno 21'.
Following identification of Jim
Knright. alias John ( obeli, lotlay
by Cashier Clarence Oslrum. 01
the Addy. Wash., State hank an I
Mrs. O.-trum as one of the men
who held the cashier up and
robbed ih,. bank, the government
will seek to get custody of Cobell
for iii.il for his connection with
whiskey niniiiin.' across the Ca
At the saline time proposed re
moval of Cobell to ColvUle, Wash.,
to answer ihe bank robbery
charge was frustrated bv Chaih'a
P.oliu. attorney for Cobell, who
obtained from Judge Ceorge M
Hidden, of the Yakima superior
court, a writ of habeas corpus re
turnable Filday morning at lo
Plans of the federal officials
became known with receipt of a
telegram from Charles Levy, fed
eral assistant district attorney,
with headquarters at Spokane, to
Sheriff Pear, ordering Cobell held
here until Levy's arrival Friday.
JUNE' 2.,, 1021 y
WEST SUM TO
I .: t'if
S h n -n
ut I1 btip
in. t'l i n y. will
s o'l -lot k a I
.: t. W(h"
illg ill Wev-t
in ul.l'' of
iv besl to li
' lie nea r
piol.leiii of I a k ing the inalterVilp
in coiipriss through appeal lo til'
Oregon reiintfds anil rept esetita
tives will bt considered. Tlie
st.il'1- Near K.ist relifi comuiiUee
claims i hat the I'lnio! States gov
ernment is indifferent ami !(
sivu. and the ollici'l.; ;;rc lirgin'.:
that citizens v.rite or tt bgra ph , t
ihe congressmen. K"V. Aleall
liawtliorne. pastor ol the MclhV)-.
dist church of Wert Salt m will h''l
in charge o' the iitt'eting tonighi
T!ie Near Kast relief conimitt'!;
realizes tha' the national got'i-nj-meiit
is waiting for an expressMts.
of opinion "'rem the people dire;t'',
ar.d hopes by bringing the con
timi'd seriousness of the filiation
before the people to get this ex
pression. : I
Waived by Dan Casey
Dan Carey waived preliminary
bearing ipon a charge of first; tie.
ire murder before Judge Cforc
Hossm.in in Portland yesterday
morning and was held to answer
lo the grand jury without bail.;in:
is charged with the murder f:
James H. C'Puck"! Phillips, f
W. II. II. H X. company specfrVl;
agent, who was shot and killed by.
.ox car theives on the night
nine 1 -t near the M. jonns tunnel.
John Lyle Purns. co-tlefeiidapt
with Casey, has retained courtKiCl
ami will have a preliminary hf.rf
ing in municipal court next
lay. Phillips formerly was
keeper at the state prison.
S1ZZER TO BE !
Y. M. C, A. and Stato-Hous-crs
in Final of Twililit
League Series ;-.
if ye have
ears, pr-pare to wae
1 come to play tle
That's it they will play UjfC
si..er. C.nat Sizzer's ghost, btjjt
it w ill be a hot one! The I Wo
nip-and-tuckers of the TwiliffM
leapue. the Y. M. C. A.'s and the.
Senators, will ab-so loot-e-ly fio
irh the championship tonight -tnr
Sweetlaml ih bl. . .
Thrj V. M. C. A. team In Id k
straight b-ad from the first, w tfjt
Put .the last two g
can of tiope. and
mi a new batch.
im -s upset tile
they've had to
a close b.iltl:
it again lo the
neat t lie V ." in
ami then lb did
American legion in a post-seasoii
.-out "St that bail previously looke$
to be uiiimpoi lant. It brought Use
State-housei s to a tie with the V
team, however, .and they wljH
fight it out tonight. Nothing bii
a draw because of darkness or af-i-
tb'iit. or running out or bats '.if
balls or being broke up by t M
i.olit". lor a not tan prevent tliSjjf
from I -i 1 1 -r the loiter end ol '.ii
red hot season.
crowd that will make rM
previous al t ndancs look like ft
thin rimless cipher may be eX
pet ted to witness the game. Thf!
plan hatl bet n to charge a small
admission fee for th- last twft
rami's, to provide a fund for n
banquet for the teams that haVi
completed the scbetlult!. but Att
some money had Imi-h rais-d t oit
t.-'iuipnu nl . especially at the stati
houe. with the understanding
that the games were to lr "abii
solutely free," it was thought bei
to change this charge prograitj
and keep- letter faith with the
patrons of the game.
So Its froe as air and n lot-
more excitint; than anything at-;
mosidierical except a cyclone or a
maiden's "No!" when one evptc.tr
ed a "Yes." "I
Well, let's go! t
Lower Columbia Logging i
Camps Have Suspended
ASTORIA. Or"., .lutm L'-'.-i
Sarnie of tho lodging tamps l:t'
the lower Colunibia river tlistrirt
Have cli.sed timing the past feW
lavs and others are expected t
suspend operation 10 t Sa I u rdijyii
nightf for Hi" midsummer boll,
days 7 li. n tlwy vv ill start '.Ip!
again has iiot li. t ii antioiinccOf
i ut it is believed by .opera to?
that, the majority of them wifl
b.gm operations soon after .July
Oregon Woman Killed
Near Livingston, Mont.
LIVINGSTON, Mont.. June 22.
Mrs. Kd Zeller. aged fft, residlnf;
miles south of Portlantl, Ore,
and Almira Zaeher, aged 11, i
lesitlent of Hcil, N. I)., were killetj
this afternoon when a tourist au
tomobile flrlven hy the husband of
the dead woman plunged over a
a 0-foot cliff, into the Yellowstone
Tho accident occurred eight
Mvltirnton. and ,'. V-
'n p u t in the nitty.
' y ! t he piling
.eii. r were motor
liidv limn Or..;.
.11 - -- w
i I and 1 i
III I all. I I
alio ail . .a Il e I .1 Till
.... l l . ' . . a ... . "
II oi i ii pmii lie car I
" liind th.
Wri'i k ! a il '
A n I Ito r 1 1 i. -
file bodies llii
lllii. Il IK' w a '
V t.l I. u ai.-r.
i not rrover
' A' uuig and tin 1
mpi. ..y oovrtc l-
It. tt V
- ; . i . 1 1 1 j i t
1 ; First
3)ll I! it-
' - ,:A
ami S ban;'
: Second ; a me
vTow- Vol k
Pi. -rev aiid I levoi iner,
ttuswl: and Walter:-.
land . . .
Nn ii a maker:
a; 1 1 v and
Sell a lk.
i. At Philadelphia
a achary. W. Johnson and Ghir.p
nty; Koere and Pklns 11 jj.
; At Sa
$t. Louis ....
if N'augbn vud
Olid Cl' inons
; At New
T;ost.n . . .
5 8 :i
!r hillingim ami Covvtly; oDulal
H.van ami tsmiin.
At Cineinnali R. h; K.
Pi'tshurKh fi 13
7incinnati 2 IH
;l Cooper and Schmidt; Rlxejr aSj
V ingo. twelve innings.
;: At Brooklyn . R. H.'fi.
fhiladelphia 2 I 1
Brooklyn X ll I
.'; C Smith. Hetts. Keenan ui
Bruggy; Cadore and O. Miller,
Texas Storm Recedes,
No Lives Reported Lost
V DALLAS, Tex.. June 2?.
jKirt.s from most of th .Tfttt!
coast ton IjtP t Indicated that Ur
tropical rtoim of last night un!
lodav had practically subside
there, but it showed a tendweyli
i'i) inland or be deflected eir
siting ine -oasi.
f Reports from along the coai'
tol.l of u higli tide, but tli niar
bad not reached the velocity .W
at Point If abt He. Freeport tnd
Fiieletfn today and last night. - fc
: There has been no report ifl-T
niKht of Iofs of life. --
Thousands Listed As
r Sufferers From Flood;
j ri F.P.LO. Colo.. June 22.-Tb'
ttital number of persons who flit
tered as a result of the flood fcre
fa r. '!:., according to an official
sfatenient issi'-.'d by Ihe Red Cro?
tfinight. That number inda
dead, injured, homeless and Ptr
sons who lost property. .
; I'p to .June i. the staterow!
said. 17o- families had registers;
ii4 needing assistance. In
tion :!s.', homeless men have if
pfied for aid. Accord inR to tV
I ted Cross. liOo houses were .1
trtjrt-tl totallv destroyed. .;.
-The Red Cross renort for
Jqnla say I x families hav Jf
Hlered as hm tling aid, repres
luj. 7 'iu per: oils.
Leading Districts Narnetf 1
i; By Growers' Associatica
bf the 22 fruit districts intt
Oregon (! rowers' Co-operative
sndiution the Salem district !(K
in::prunes with 3,ft00 acres. Th
Arnity district leads in walnut
with 296 acres. Medford leads Ii
aople acreage with a total
2,ijr.3. Medford Is also the leading
near district, having 3.710 acre
sliced with the association. Th
llnlles lllllirl Hlpned UD 345 aCr
of cherries while Amity had 2'C
acfes. Salem is t ho principal Wtx
district in the association, navia.
Rrimarkable Exhibit at
i Albany's Products Sho
t.ino 22. U
I. in n Coiirilv are ilis nlavinK V
p& of lli.i kinds of OregOTJ-lC
goOtfs at Albany's home prodn
Hhow now in progress. Tbt t1
ory was decoiated and filled IJ
'Z I -, booths, w hich were ocftlj
by. as many firms.
C'iintry club oT B rook line, V1
li;U! bi en award, il the aUl'
the. amateur chanirionslilp to;
ninetii of ihe le.iteil State!""
OtlArl'itiAn t..r. 1. 11 Waf
I- .".J... . l"il I'll 1
iiotftift tl tonight.
tt'iv in u imiii 22
or no i - of i lie -lock exchatif
lay grained a petition for alt C
'"tra holiday on Saturday. Julyv
COMPOUND COPAIBA u"
; AT YOUR DRUCCIST-
fin il 1 1