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TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27," 1921 r
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cam tip-toeing aown there and
looking bard. When.be came to
where he heard the noise. I was
going tack north ajopg the fence,
and I slipped through, jhe fence
and crawled along through a. sort
' of lane back toward the prison
tarn. ... jjj . ., j
U. "When I got to within IflO
yardsot - the barn-. J -ollape4
Unci Bra Says:
"No matter kow
flighty ret f at .
Sy, t&a low ,
I bringa 7 back to 2
' Jumping at conclusions,
some, -writer . Ms .said, , Is
about the only exercise some
people ( take. . Jumping . at
conclusions ; ; about , : .yotrr
health, because jou are not
actually sick, is apt to be dis
astrous. -1 t -
Jumphig at. the conclusion
hat your spine is all right,
and . tfit allmepti ' ;frpm
which you suffer are not
caused by the deviation of
spinal bones front alignment.
Is a commonly jumped at
conclusion. . The facts are
that about four out of overy
fire persons hare some form
of spinal deflation which is
Causing disease; and whlc'h
chiropractic will readily cor
rect. ... ----. -'-.-! i-- v
' J" ' !r3 t '' i.-K'
; Chiropractic spinal, adjust
ment correct disease of the
head,,. throat... ltmgshearC
stomach, liver, kidneys And
intestinal organs": , j;
. itwva m orrtwoof -
from loss of blood and laid there robberies. That is .a mistake, be-
about two hours, cause I am cot a desperate man.
. Reaches Safe Haven. II hare what the police term a
"I thous-ht then that I wnntri I 'clean' record. In my entire crim
hate, to tire it no. but I finally I inal career I bate never killed
managed to get to the water I nor . Injured any person. Please
trough and got. a good drink that
retired me like a shot of hop. ,1
got . up on. the bay loft of the
barn and stayed there two days,
coming down at night and getting
all the milk I conid drink. That
milk ,urjwas a life saver.
"I left the barn Thursday night
and made it about half way across
the "Island,' going north, before
daylight.: I laid in the brush an
day, Friday, and went on to the
north edge of the island that
bear that in mind. Mr. Harding.
when yon decide this appeal."
Made by dominguez
.(Continued from (age 1)
session and repeat their
The action was taken, Brady
aid, on the request of Alfred
Semnaeher, who was accused by
1 wifrw.ti.. ati Domnigues today of hating con-
atnr!a ant (tarn. ntrht Pred with Mrs. Baiabina .Del-
Sunday, and swam to Fox Island th complaining witness
on, Sunday night, or, to be -1 10 "rn
act, early Monday morning. If 7"" u ne cunning 01 miss vjr
I hadn't had the tide with me I ?ni ne to, Angeles for
nerer would have made it, be- h.p"5 f storting money
eause It was the coldest swim I
ever expect Jo take.
fWs Water Cold.
"It probably felt colder to me
than !t really was on account of
my having lost so . much blood,
from the defendant, who is chaxz
ed with the murder of Miss
Rappe . ......
Frevioas Case .Cited. .
Dominguez made his assertion
after long questioning of Semna-
hat at that.' T hH.T a Pnlai- bir cher regarding his previous test!
would -freeie in that water. I mo?y ? ne ca9f- Dominguez
thought I was a powerful swim- declared that previous conduct of
Jher, but I don't think so now. J-' DeJmont in Los, Angeles,
That iwint lure got my goat. where he said she made claims
I - stayed - on Fox island four r . Mn wn,
dapaad. . .
for aa as
frith pat . . ;
irvt V. '
414-19 TJ. S. Bank BIdz.
days,, milking farmers' cows and
lent color to his accusation.
FRIDAY TO W
G. 1 1 DAY
New Building at State Fair
. Grounds Will be Dedica
ted by W. R. c.
VEfEftAtis Are guests
Sdtfgvvick Post Wakes Spec
ial Ef fori to Entertain
eating their apples, gaining every Lf.P2,C. J"d? arQ8r ..before
hour. i Miuumiius ut4iiuj.il vviag ueiu,
can't tell you where I went a7er-J or uomin-
after I left Fox Island because uwon femnacner aiong
you would have a line on my 5h,s 1,ne' "J1"." n Part la
present whereabouts If I told you th Presnt proceedings,
that I can say this much, -.f?er teatimony took OD
though: I am with a friend who f?01 of afternoon session. In
I. a real friend, and here I will ff jnoraing ; Dr. Arthur Beards-
suy until , my leg is entirely 'efe' house physician at , the Hotel
healed, if It takes six months. ireaiea 3iiss
..Tt.--s 1 ii --xz it.i- -JRappe after the revel in Ar-
2n S r' V .1 eTthta ffl?rder,ehargft grew, testified he
Will be O. X. SOOn. i AUntrA - . j
4 "I wish. you-, would tell the I bladder earlv th Tnnrninr aftoP
World for me that I am 'through the party, and that he advised
as a criminal." . Iher removal to a hnsnitai
The letter was signed Roy Q. Doctor Evaai.
Gardner. . I . The . defense was nnahia n
In his letter to the i president, I make him admit that she could
Gardner said In part: . ; have been suffering from any-
"i, have spent, many sleepless thing else. Dr. Beardslee stuck
nights la and out of prlsoa trying to his diagnosis and said he found
to figure a way to atone for andn wrunmg in pain when he was
undo thet things I have done. Ulealled in afSer the party, the naln
have broken the. heart of the dear-1 being so great he had to admin-
eet little woman that ever liyed, lister sedatives three times la the
my wire; and my little baby Jean, I night.
la. growing un with the. stigma, of ReDlvina- to a hvnothetirai nn.
her father's ahame upon her. ; Mr, Ition regarding the canse of a
Harding, am going to ask you to torn bladder, he said an injury
grant me one more canncs oy bub- such, as itbat described hv tha
pending the sentences now await- prosecution probably would have
lnf me. s , ; I been caused hv un nrni fni-M
"I am not asking for. nor am 1 1 such as a fall or Mow aithnnh
i.tlil.i 11 J a . w I v O
enuuea 10 a paraon. in iaci , i contortions incident to vinUn
am.net entitled to any considera-1 romiting , might have produced
iiuu iruui juu Huaiever, uui x Bu I Inat etlect
j 1 TiafnrM nr 9 nhni am w aa
7, L,'--J v" .:Z2 I overshadowed by Miss Rappe suf-
:?Jw::rr;iT;.hr. wring from the., rupture. Dr
Beardslee. said. He testified that
Friday will be Grand Army day
at the state fair, when the wear
er of the G. A. R. badge will be
the guest of the fair, and they
don't say a word if he want3 to
claim it all as his own oyster.
The fair has been in existence
for more than 60 years ever
pince the boys in blue began fight
ing for the union of states. The
fair management is sot ungrate
ful, Or forgetful; it remembers
the "boys" who have made any
kind o a fair possible. So the
boys of the long ago are to be
the most honored guests of the
At noon Friday the W. R. C.
is to dedicate the Veterans' build
ing at the fair grounds that has
been built mostly by volunteer
subscriptions of money and ma
terial and labor. It is a fine me
niorail to the soldiers of the na
tion and state, and it is open to
every one who ever served under
At 2 o'clock the formal Grand
Army program win b given in
the auditorium.. President P. li.
Campbell of the Oregon State
university, will be one of the
speakers. Dr. J. E. Hall of Port- i and the other
land, surgeon genera! for
to society and a good husband and
.. Wants to be Protege
"My Harding., if you will grant
my appeal I promise before . my
Cod ihatyou jrfli never regret It.
Let me be a protege of yours, to
point to in years to come as a man
Mrs. Delmona. who attended the
injured girl, showed no signs of
being under the influence of alco
hol or drugs.
The defense pursued its one
tlonlng of Semnaeher with great
vigor, causing him to announce
tanced- her M0.r this afternoon and evening, espe-
tUae. be ebouio m during the night's races on
riZt Tlsltors lingered in the as
rlculture, stock, poults and mt
chinery buildings, the unusual
sire and quality of aU exhibits
holding the crovrds throughout
The educational bcildins with
4 uu lorestry exhibits and
spectat booths ocewnie hr
..' Wcfnm fhfi Other
a ua pi wj-ci i -
quests of the will had been car
ALL ARRIVALS ARE
CHERRIAN S, UUtbIS
(Continued from page 1.)
The Hubarians of Albany have
aho notified the Cherrians that
tier will be well represented to
day in uniform.
Prune Growers Coming.
iprunarians of Vancouver, a
boosting organization of the city
across the Columbia . river, have
iiaounced their intention xi com
tne and it Is this organization
Sat. will sing. "Ain't We Got
Prunes-" . . 4
'AU Cherrians axe ashed to. re
port about 9:30 this morning at
he fair grounds at Cherriaa
headquarters just to the left of
the main entrance, Inside.
; nimrer and Dance Today.
'Onfe of the events of; the day
will be the dinner and dance giv
en by the Cherrians . to marching
organizations in uniform, and
those who bring their wives. This
will be followed by a dance in
the ball room just south of the
j Sheep Exhibit Winner
One of the finest lots of sheep
tver shown west of the Rocky
Mountains, is on exhibition in the
sheep department. The old poul
try building was turned into a
sheep barn, with fine pen room
for a large number of animal3,
and the older, regular sheep bar as
are filled to crowding.
iWilliam McKarron, of Minne
sota, the judge in the sheep da
partment, will have a full three
days task to wade through the
ranks of the woolies. Because of
the large numbers of animals to
be passed upon, the work of judg
ing was begun Monday afternoon.
The awards were made in the
Cheviot. Corridale, Rambouillot
and Cotswold classes. Of the first
two named, there was only one
exhibitor in each; two flock en
trants in the Rambouillots, one of
these being the famous Butter
field flock from Weiser, Idaho,
an Oregon flock.
hand and pulled me from the mire f 'most immediately that he must
when everything aeemed lost ve been miaqnoted if he had
t t ,it -.t- Tn b wa ansa uappe s mana
r, .. k... sr. ma acquaintance with both
pay those whom I have WTonged. I herf and M"; Delm0nt was more
The man doesn't live who is.more0 ss "sual until shortly before
sorry than I am for the crimes he "r uip io oan irancisco where
has committed. . jthey attended Arbuckle's party,
"R tonkins Tin mv record Tonine said..
will find that I have committed a -Dominguez questioned the wit-
number of so-called 'desperate,' I nesses closely . about a purse he
produced Xrom his pocket, saying
it was Miss Rappe s, and asking
what connection . he had with it.
Semnaeher replied that after the
party Miss Rappe asked him to
look for it, and that on , asking
AroucKie about it next day, Ar
buckle produced it from a desk
Semnaeher. said he then took it
to Miss Rappe in the nearby room
wnere sne was. lying ill..
: Mrs. Delmont Full.
Asked' about Mra. Delmont 'a
condition at the party, Semnaeher
lesuuea xnai sne was dressed in
yellow . pajamas, and - appeared
lit up" and "about half drunk"
wnen ne nrst --entered . th Ar.
oockle suite. He denied hearing
any screama from the room where
Miss Rappe afterward was found
in aistress. - i
The defense drew from. Sein
nacber tho admission 'that he
mignc nave misunderstood Ar
oucKie s exact language in the
Ice incident he said first Arhuckle
had described to him and others.
out later iota the prosecution that
ne did . not mistake Arbuckle's
I only met Mrs. Delmon three
times in f,our years before this
trip to San Francisco." the wit
ness, replied to a Question from
"Bnt von rallei hor rr.if
I might have." answered Sem-
. Door Unlocked.
uomingnez questioned, him
Oregon department G. A. R. and
former commander of the state
organization, is "also to speak.
Is Noted Orator.
He is said to be an impassioned
orator, who knows the subject
of patriotism by heart, and bears
its marks on his own body as hon
ored, badges. The Veterans drum
corps of Portland, Grand Army
men who have blown the fife and
beat the drum for more than 60
years, will be there. ..the guests
Pot the fair association, and hey
will play for this program. . So,
too, will Stoudenmeyer's band.
the official fair band. It has
been placed at the disposal ,of
the veterans as they wish to use
Radges .Prepared.. . UV
Sedgwick post, G. A. R, ofa
lem, is having badges printed ftf
all i the. old : soldiers who come.
These. badges are to bead fpt
the asking by .any veteran of the,
Civil war, and the post .esteems
it an honor to give them to th5
comrades who will accept. . V
Every Grand Army veteran -fs
the special, individual guestcf
the ! The Cotswolds, however, came out
Governor Presented With!
World Fair Booster Emblem
Jii ter field
Lit i '
The Uniform hifrh rmaliftr f
V I;CMwrJas6lih arid the "
"l&i&Mg salisfacHon loVir expe- I
;'-XTei3rxd"-tliTX)Ugh,M&-T3S haVe S loosely about his stay at the Pal
maae "Kea Crown the favorite
; motor fuel, relied upon by the
' mijorfty bf friofonsfs.
ritn the leadershiD of "Red
Cruritf has grown a system of
, service. At Standard Oil Service
Stations you are assured of quick,
' courteous and efficiehi service.
Garages, and otner dealers,
, too, sell Red Crown, gasoline.
. Look for the Red Crown sigh
before you fill, the sign that
signals 'Power and Mileage."
STANDARD OIL COMPANY -
ace notel the night before -th
party at the St. Francis. Mrs
ueimont and Miss Raooe also
stayed at that hotel. , Semnaeher
tesut led that the door , between
his room and . that, occupied by
the two women was unlocked
most ot the time but that he en
tered their. apartment only when
the trio met in the morning to go
to breakfast.1 ,
.The .hearing will be resumed
in police court tomorrow .morning.
Among me witnesses yet to be
heard are Mrs. Delmont and Zen
Prevost and Alice Blake,, two
snow gins . .wno , attended Ar.
Duckie s party.
asm&rf Off CmmfMif,
( Csiiftrwk) . .....
fiobles Metals Corporation
i Files Official Articles
; The, Nobles Metals corporation
of Medford, with a capitalization
f of $50,000 ha ben orcanlrd n
Portland and lued articles ot In
corporation: here, yesterday.,, Tte
incorporator ;are j Josian Peeper,
L,. N.Behrman and Jullns Cohn.
. Medford is to be the seat ef the
Dow Association hospital, capitil
ized atJlOO.OOO. t.Tho Incorpora
tors are McMorris M. Dow Byron
G. Mordoff and Benjamin F, Lin-
Governor Olcott was yesterday
officially presented with a desk
bboster and an automobile booster
of the 1925 World's Fair to be
held in Oregon, by B. Cohen, a
representative of the Atlantic-Pa
cmc Electrical Aajusting com.
The governor was struck by the
beauty of the coloring and design.
mg ana complimented the repre
sentative on his ability, and also
was very much pleased . to know
that .the Atlantic-Pacific Electri
cal company Is using this means
01 advertising the .World's Fair.
i iie emwem is me same as taat
being. run on the screen ot moving
picture theaters In Salem and
; . -. i
Salem Sehatofs Again tyin
From Standard Oil Criib
. .. . L ' '--1 .
Timely hits in the ninth innlns
added another star to the Salem
Senators crow of glbry when they
defeated the Standard Oil team of
Portland by a 12 to 11 score
when the two crossed bats on the
uxtoro: park field Sunday.
"Lefty" Shroeder and Jaek
Hayes brought in home rilns tnr
the locals. In the ninth- innhip
Rinehart and MeKenna each
brought in a double bagger. ; -
A double header between the
same teams here Sunday has been
announced hy Mana per Jav
Win of Emma Savage
Admitted to Profiate
The will of, Emma L. Sava?
who died September 11 1921, has
Deen Admiued for probate. The
property disposed of .by. thewui
is given an estimated value Df
i78oo. ... ,.t ,
The heirs are George A. Ben
son of Salem, Art hue C. Beaton
ot Eugene Mrs: Addie Ilackey
of Salem, Clyde C. Boyce t8a-
tm, ueorge Benson, io-ysar-old
grandson, of Salem. .
' In the Will it is hrovided ih.t-
$500 be set asidetfor the grand
son, George.. -F. Benson, to heia
m his education, and that Clyde
C; Boyce shall act as trustee. Mr.
oyce was, also named as exers-
tor, to serve without giving, hond
To. her ..three sons and one
daughter, she divides .her , estat
eaually into four parts. Note is
made ""of the .fact that she inheri
ted from her husband part of i0t
3,Jin bloci of thb'citx. ot. Sa.
lem. and that ..instead of selllns
li fnr )lr trnnnrt ho V.aA 1--.
ed to hold the oroncrtv. althnn-
liens have been placed on It front
time to time. .'. . . , ,
It is provided la the will thit
cuuee ueoreo a Benson had ad-.
in numbers and from a number
of breeders. It was nip and tuck
and a long siege of It, to award
the honors for this breed.
Big Job Coming.
The big job, however, will come
later, in the Shropshires, Oxfords,
Dorsets, Lincolns and Romneys,
which are there like the sands of
, These awards can hardly be
finished before Wednesday night,
if as early as that.
Mutton and wool may be low in
price, but the sheep industry for
the western ' Oregon farms la
growing and the large number of
breeders showing small but choice
flocks i9 evidence that there are
optimists a-plenty in the live
Cattle Array Imposing
: Almost every variety of cattle
Is on exhibition In imposing num
bers. . The Guernseys lead, with
lil head, great and small. The
Jerseys are close behind, with 110,
the Holstelns have an even 100:
and then come the Shorthorns
with 54, the Ayrshlres with 44,
the Herefords with 32, the Red
Polled with 25, and the Polled
Angus with 12. There are even
some of the Texas "dogie" long
horns in the Frisco consolidated
shows; some ,- of . these Texas
freaks, however, coming clear
from Old Mexico. Perhaps only
the Brown Swiss Is omitted from
the honor. roll, and they are un
known to most farmers and stock
Mules There, Two
, It anybody believes the mule is
extinct, or is in danger of becom
ing so, he is a bad thinker indeed,
a the state fair will prove. The
showing of Jacks and jennets is
worthy of. a royal fair in Andal
usia, where the donky is of kingly
lineage and far more aristocrati
cally bred than even the human
race. The mule business may have
hesitated, but it's now coming
back like a runaway locomotive.
The display of fireworks at
tracted a large audience to the
grandstand last night. Novelty
designs ot brilliant varying col
ors were featured with an excep.
tionally large display of sky
rockets. Hnge flaming signs bear
ing "Portland, 1925," "Welcome"
and colored designs were Ignited.
Those who came in expectation of
seeing night horse races were dis
appointed as the plans were al
tered so that tonight will mark
the initial race on the newly
,-; State Wards Entertained
The Frisco Exposition shows
owners of the carnival conces
sions at the fair grounds, were
hosts to parties of the inmates of
the boys' training school, the
school for feeble-minded and the
girls' training school, yesterday.
Small groups from these institu
tions enjoyed the .various . attrac
tions on the fair grounds Midway.
The Whip. Blufe Bluie, the Sea
planes. Wild West show and otner
attractions were enjoyed by the
privileged ones. Relays or these
visitors will be escorted through
the grounds each day by courtesy
of the state lair board and the
The lads , from the boys' school
attracted much attention, those
attending yesterday being young
sters whose ages range from 8 to
12 years, fqrming the third com
pany.; ., . . , ;., ...
One.of the hoys, an auueuc nv.
tie chap, staged a snow oi nis
own by walking a cusiance ui av
feet on his nanas , .
Weather Excellent. .-'
Yesterday's excellent weather Is
regarded as a harbinger Of a record-breaking
every day of the event- au ex
hibit are now in plate and the
program is being stagea- wun a.
promptitude that is winning much
favorable comment' 3 1 -, ; " -
The at ternoon .paddjjck vents,
the auto polo contest, , the 1 bar;
ness races and the anto - races
drew nut the .Bstt&l first-day
ri tii m.p rrandstands. In the
..w, w o ..
fireworks were wu
. tiuu . " , ; .
kmkui hv a eooa sizea cr-
various state institution
tlonal activities attracted its fall
share of the sightseers.
The exhibits placed bv tha 1
counties in the agricultural build
ing will undoubtedly be one ot
the drawing cards of the fair.
"For the first time since th
structure was built all of the
county booths are filled, and we
were ooliged to build three new
exhibit allotments for new coca
ties," said W. A. Taylor superin
tendent of the agricultural de
partment. Canadian Prais5s Fair.
J. L. Porte, in charge of the
lanaaian exhibit that occupies
one of the booths, asserted ve
terday that the Oregon fair prom
ises to be a real winner this year.
it s the best general fair and
agricultural event In the west,
and we are impressed with the
fact that the Oregon people are
constantly improving the annual
harvest-time show," said Mr.
Every county exhibiting this year
has taken the full space allotted
and are displaying all farm, or
chard and graden products, manu
factures and materials from mills
and mines for which this state is
noted. Only a special catalog of
each exhibit would reveal the
scope of the showing.
Coos Shows Products
The county displays as noted
in the following are given in or
der is the visitor enters from the
northeast door of the agricultural
build'n and make the circuit of
the main floor to his left. The
Items mentioned are merely not
ed as having been emphasized in
Coos county: Chester C. Tarr in
charge. Dairy products, big tim
bers, sea nroducts. Myrtle wood as
used in decorative furniture and
agates utilized lor Jewelry are
Tillamook county; W. D. Pino
in charge. Dairy products. "The
Eig Cheese Country." Sea prod
ucts. Union county, II. E. Avery In
charge. Grain, hay and meat pro
ducts. "We are 3'0 miles from
home," asserts the county exhibit
or. Corn Grows Well
Malheur county: Stephen Cox.'
manager. An exceptional display
of seed corn, Yellow and White
Dent and Black Flint in unusual
ly large development.
Columbia county: J. H. Flyn In
charge. All varieties of apples as
groWn in the famous orcnards of
the Scapoose section. Hysiop
Crabs, a special display of this
fruit as grown by Representative
Sherman M. Miles. A demonstrat
ion of the wood creosoting indus
try at St. Helens, Or. A unique
exhibit of "sour grass" grown tri
wiAfAlol no ftVSno' vnntorial t
Morrow county: Mammotn
squashes, melons, sugar cane, kaf-
flr corn, wool and hay.
Marion Showing Elaborate.
Marton county:. W. A. Taylor in
charge, i One of the largest and
most attractive displays. A unis-ae
exhibit emhasislns the develop
ment f the union-growing indua-f
try, with a fruit showing of all va
rieties of fruit and berries grown
in this county. Giant specimens
of hemp grown la the Lake Labish
section. -by G. . Jloisan and G. W.
Thurman. A display of mint fo
liage and mint oil, one of the new
industries raidly developing in
Clackamas county: E. R. Long
in charge. Grains, grasses and
Jackson county: C. C. and El
mer Oatman In charge. A special
showing of pears, fruits and grain.
Wasco county: E. R. Jackson
in charge. Wasco county's grapes,
Tokar. Muscat. Rose de Peru and
Blaek Hamburg and other varie
ties formerly confined to turopean
vineyards. Wasco's grapes hate
taken Driies over the California
fruft for sise and superior flavor
at various World's fairs where ex
hibited. From this county there
is also the bushel of Hard Federa
tion wheat that recently took the
sweeastakes prire at Fendleton
over 300 entries.
Lake county : W. L. Teutsch in
charge. "The' Last Frostier of
Oregon." This Is Laka county's
first showing at any fair, the ex
hibits being brought from Juaae
view to Bend, by stage, a distance
of 210 miles. Timber and prod
nets of irrigated lands. A show
ing of six varieties of range grass
taken from the famed grazing area
of 4.790,000 acres.
Hood River county: P. L. Man
ser In charge. Pears are given a
special showing along with the fa
mous apples from the Hood River
county. Many pear orchards are
comnig Into bearing In this section
and the highest quality is claimed
for this fruit.
Yamhill county:. C. C. Jacobs
in charge. Showing all produce
commonly grown In this county.
Washington county: Schuel
mench and Burkhalter in charge.
Special garden and farm products.
Polk couonty: J. . E. French,
veteran exhibitor for 17 years Ht
the Oregon fair. Grasses, jzraius
and prunes. Nine varieties ot
grass and 18 varieties ot tomatoos
given special display.
Lane county: George W. Tai
lor in charge. Barcelona filberts,
grain, wood products and fruit.
Douglas county: C. O. Garrett
In charge. Fruit, grain and gar
fster ot Kansas CU The tfrnv -in
ed that the Irish Issue is not a re- r w
itbcld the cntiot
an" effort towaru vw.
sportsmen and tappUuso waac
Jorded wch rather eTenlT,Jfoh
Cftntrell had ;a marsm
SeS over .Mr by
Brandon was . handicapped fcj
hoarseness, but .CantreU gj7
tad the better preparalI6n lor We
'Trtndcn disclaimed any enmi
ty toward Ihe Catholic people M
church adherents., but. .
that the msn move v-
move for political ascendency, .. .
One or Cantrcirsv.iaaln Points
was that the Irish, were atraggllng
for freedom 750 years agov or
about 300 years before the Fro-,
testant movement, " ; V
Oscar B. Gingrich contributed a
solo number and led the audience
In tha singing of America. Thomai
Brown presided. y; , ,-'
Oaen Shops teetered
In Alaska Coal Fields
SAN DIEGO, CaL, Sept. .28.
Extended controYersies between
operators and mJnera In the Alas
ka coal f ields particularly In tho
Matanusha regions, hare resulted
in the United States government
settling the dispute by creating
open ahop conditions, . according
to a radio dispatch, received, at
nfh naval district Headquarters
today. The dispatch came from
Seward and said, that tho near
wage scale, effective October 1.
would be $6.50. a day for miners
and $5.50 for muckers, the day to
be igbt honri. a ,
Issue from Religious Angle
Discussed Before Fair
3t? is nroviJed
for ererV tKrf AutcStrcf
Rjosor. ! EacK ioa WaJea ara
juaranteacl to jlr 500 dean and
eomfortabls havs. . J ; k
iayrtk trfaf it frti ini ("
of fer of &U VlU hi nfr lc
made is eonacctiott wit& any,
raxor and it more convincing proof o(
the faiirll of til AutSStri Rasor
than any; argument we conid freiwat
Raxor m&A detboastrati- this merit td
vim ova aarutae - " Jla
Come tead taka
it witn yotf r
A fair-sized. Salem audience
was present at tho armory Sun
day afternoon to listen to a de
bate on the Irish question from
the religlo.us angle by Edward
.Adams Cantrell ot California and
Eev. W- LBrandon, Jlaptlst min
write at ones. " '-. .
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