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The Oregon . Statesman
SEVENTY-SECOND YEAR 4
SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1922
PRICE: FIVE CENTS
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Man Who Invented Oregon
Berry May Have Special
Day at Exposition
' Spirited Debate Postpone
Action Indefinitely on Suf
fragan Proposal. .
MARRIED WOMEN MAY
Judge J. H. Logan, the ' man
who Invented the Loganberry,
Of' Deputies After Paired It red and put a tan to
u mac ; maes. ii me gren:.
drink-fruit In the world, may
come- to Oregon this fall, the
guest of the state of Oregon. Gov
ernor Olcott on Monday' sent him
an " Invitation to come -up to the
state lair and hare a special
"day? at the fair Friday, Septem
ber 29 It Is hoped and believed
that he wUl accept.
-Judge Logan lives at Hay ward,
Amendments to Prayer Book something worth while -when he
Are Presented fOr AD- " I developed the berry that now
nrflVfll nf HOtKP loears bis name, dui ne aioni
pruvai oi nuuse f u .
going to be. or how It would
nroAd lo'ft hnnitable county like
". Bept niu 0fem. a eood deai lke a
can or assistant bishops, who are ne-man dog , fcowever. in its de
now,. entitled to a- seat In the I votlo t, doesn't o beeetoe to
house of bishops but not to ft vote J 9Jtry locality. It grow better In
J' were the subject ot oeDatea in thl9 art 0 oreeon than anywhere
the house :,. bishops and the n the world and because thisJ
nouiia v. uryuuw vt w n, U8 real nome, ug originator is
1? taut Episcopal church in the I MKed to come op and see his
United State In general conven- i cW1d and errand children In the
tlon here this alteraoott. ' " The J berry business, right in their own
. bishops, after voting to recottiaaer i fields.
the amendment granting suffrage
J to the suffragans, v which, 'had
, been rejected ' last week, reversed
their former action and "by 8
L affirmative vote adopted It.
The house of deputies, after a
snlrited . debate.' decided to in-
h definitely postpone action on the
. suffragan, propose. " ! ,
-t ' The house of deputies comiplet-
ed ratification of amendments to
the prayer' book adopted a ' the
last convention and proceeded to
Jake up In detail changes which
had been proposed 'by the joint
commission on ' revision ; of the
praper hook. Rev. Dr. Charles L.
flatter of New York presenting
them to the house. ,: , ; ;i ;...
Rer. T. W. Beekman of Holy
Trinity church. Paris, reported on
BONUS BILL TO
Four Maior Chances Are
Made in Measure Before
t Conferees Agree
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. Con
ferees on the soldiers' bonus bill
TO SPEAK IDEAS ON
Operation is Deferred asirep"ed n agreement late today! Temporary Injunction Given
r ' . . . I j 4, n n n H v flint m r ' -
Attendina PnYsicians Are " u 1 ,rr r; :i:i uovernmenx nemams in
" " . a , i measure wuuiu ue nspuneu iu m
Awaiting Localization oil house, n win not be caned up
Infection. there, until after the conference
Effect for Period Not to
Exceed Ten Days.
on the tariff bill had been dis
posed of, which may be on
r.s J . rv a
the house acts the bonus bill will STRIKERS BLAMED FOR
RETIRES FOR REST U lo the senate where also It Is
to be put benind the tarm
Temperature Remains at
100; Pulse and Respira
tion Show Decrease
Pour major changes were made
in the bill in conference. They
Elimination of the Simmons
amendment authorizing the fi
nancing of the bonus out of in
terest fro mthe foreign debt.
Elimination of th land recla-
W ash in UTU in , aept. 11. me hnation feature, which, under the
situation at the White House at i tn fmfMdied in the
11:45 o'clock tonight, remained Smith-McNary reclamation bill,!
unchanged. No official statement woid have Involved an expend!
had been issued since iifv ana lur ol J360.000.000.
no informal statement since iu:u The limiting of the time in
when Dr. Carl Sawyer said Mrs. which TPtprina mirht file annli
Harding waa "getting along very Uons for a bonus to January 1.
nicely. it was understood that lit) 28.
the patient's Improvement was I JLoomu Unchanged.
Do you want. a county nurse?
Do you want to help pay for her services?
These are two questions that the Marion county court
wants to know.
The court is asking you.
rnnnfv rinrsp' hpnlth PrnPrt whn will he able to visit all ObMUUL OlAKIS WITH
MURDERS. OUTLAWRY the schools and give health counsel both in sickness and in ENLARGED ENROLLMENT
' I. ... v . .1 i it.
neaitn. 11 sne comes, me people nave 10 pay me ouia.
Proposals to Be Unsealed
Today at Washington fop
Construction of $55,000
Structure.' , ;
Counsel for Unions Claim
Court Act is Uncon-.
CHICAGO. Sept. il. The tem
porary restraining order granted
the government September 1
against the striking railroad shop
crafts and their leaders, tonight Dead Man Floating in Wll-
was conunaea m euect ior noi to arnpftp CIInrinw Dp PUH
ATrov1 1A Tha r.H?1nT nr-1 w..,j wM..w.VM
der would hare expired at mid
Tederal Judge James -H. WIW
The court says that while It can
go ahead on regclar business and
spend the money, knowing that it
is a duty, outlined by law, this
one is a merely permissive matter
wherein the people'? wishes ought
to be expressly made known.
Some People Object
The court can build bridges and
safeguard the public welfare, or
care for epidemics or riots
squirrels or h?gh water,
Civil Engineer, Graduate of
1885, Is .Visitor .
at Institution .
Howard F. Barry
Acceptance of the house oro- kerson ordered the continuance of I DALLAS, Ore., Sept." 11. (Spec-
vision fixing the amount to be ad-lhe government's motion at the,al to The Statesman) The body
'WASHINGTON. Sept. 11. Mrs. vmi tat- farm nr km.. id close or the ffrt hearinr onof a young man apparently about
Harding waa said to be "Setting the amount of the adjusted aerv- the petition of the attorney gen-1 25 year 'd was found floating in f ed to such an official: some on re-hH awarded la thia first cali.
nuds are to bo opened today In
Washington, D. C, for the pro-.
orlPooed new dormitory at the Ba
things lem Indian achooL ? The call for
that are designated as part of Its tlds made' pubKe several
written duties. But it does not . . - . P" several
know, until the people express f68?.0.1 ;t Iea
themselves, that the people want aU0T tountry. following the
this paid nurw. When they' are ganersi policy of the federal eov-
convincod that tha people do want eminent to Invito the widest com.
It so, they propose to get the very J bjmJi
' it s expected that -the contract
best nurse that money will buy,
Some have strenuously object-
along very nicely." by Dr. Carl
Sawyer, son of Brigadier General
Sawyer, at 10:05 o'clock tonight.
"Her improvement is continuing,"
he said to newspapermen. It was
learned that President Harding re
tired at 9:30 o'clock tonight.
tee credit increased by 25 per cent. eral for a temporary injunction tojthe Willamette river near the
In nlace of the senate clan . of I replace it. The continuance thel001" Lewis hop ranch Sunday
amounts raftKinz from 100 per I court stipulated will terminate afternoon
about 4:30 o'clock.
cent of the adjuste dservice credit,
if the applications were made In
1923, to 140 per cent, if applies-
upon 'the decision in the injunc
As a result of the continuance.
tions were made to 1928 or there-1 the injunction hearing will be
Much of Episcopalian Pro
gress Credited to Press ,
- oy speaker- r
PORTLAND, Sept. 11. That
the primary duty of the church
is publicity, was declared by John
Trinity church, Paris, reported on I Stewart Bryan, secretary ot the
the work of Jus churcn ana eaia American newspaper moiisners
n thai memorials to the American association and a delegate to the
' war dead would be dedicated next general convention of the Pro-
Memorta! dar - He surgested that testant Episcopal church. In the
l a gold starred memorUt flag from United States, at a mass ' meeting
each of the 48 states and an en- ef the publicity department of the
f.. j t t. from each church In the auditorium here
Btalo be placed In the church aa tonight, -
Ttart nf the memorial plan, 1 ; I ''The orders ot the church from
Prof. S: SJoshl. professor of Christ. Jta ihead, , were fGo
. f the Hnlverstty of preachV continued Mr. Bryan
i Dornhfty who' addressed the house "The Invention of the printing
of depitlee this afternoon, urged Pa has made the written wd
, that to counteract the movement ot aupreme Importance. BubIus
ot Hindu religions throughout the fcM been quick to eeize and.util-
Uulted StatesT the church ahould SodXacnrch?anno
i. esUblish missionary work to In- ttond canno
rta and vread Chmtiaw ,n r - .
lng Its message. '. St.' Paul knew
WASEINGTON. Sept. 11. The
improvement shown in the condi
tion of Mrs. Harding was main
tained today, according to the of
ficial bulletin issued by the at
tending physicians at 7:30 p. m.
No Important change was made
halted tomorrow while attorneys
for B. M. Jewell, president and
in the adjusted service certificate John Scott, secretary treasurer ot
llgious or anti-medical, some on na lB Will be possible to fce.
financlal ground. The move- eonatruoUon, early this fall
ment was defeated, once; It might th the building can be com
be so again. pleted some time during the w4n
' Petition ' Baggested : t9'.. .. 1-V ; y' :
If the friends of the nurse . Building: , Badly' keeded '
movement wish to get trp a peti- - the bufildiag hai been badly
tion and get enough signers to tteedr
Howard P. Barry Several letters have the matter put On the eoun-ltorr w.hnm . w-
and a book were In the pockets. I tr ballot, and it is voted ave. thelrirot .. J"rv
nr. Ki v v.: ' ",, .,! " ". v'cl lu Present io-
The body has been in the river a
week or ten days and was be
ginning to decompose. From
papers found on the remains it
is believed the dead ' man was
option with Its provisions for loana the federated shop crafts, argue10616"6" b6in by his county court wjll be glad to fly cation. In 1881. yeara are
te veterans by banks in the next to' modification of its drastic R C. Welsh oi : 763 out "dfind the very best nurse and who it was adequate tor At,
u auv ski a a ncit
three .years and for government restrictions.
loans thereafter. The vocational! To Ask Modification
The patient enjoyed a "most com- training aid option and-the pro-j Donald R niehberr rrnrtment
fortable day," the statement said, j vision for cash vpayments to - veV fng tne gtrike leaders, served no-
waiie ner temperaiure re- erans i wnose aajusiea service i uC6 or conn3e rpriC.rai th
malned al: 100 Mrs. Harding's credU would not exceed $50 also I would mov. .nma mnAtnttnn
pulse naa decreased to 80 and her were uncnanged, I when court convened tomorrow
Jackson avenue, Salt Lake City.
Mother Not Heard from
Coroner R. L. Chapman of this
city was cal'ed and brought the
body back to this city for prep
arations for burial. He has been
I unable at this time to get a word
If It is defeated. QAiida in thnma h.v. tji
the court will say t no in a loud, students, it haa far too anull
clear voice; knowing Just what tor the boy. ofayt Teew
. VUUi,y f ana win cost aboui. iss aaa
respiration to 28. the night bulla- Much f th tiA VAi.n l twh " irom ine mother, although he has
I . vw mwh.h . w n vti m U J Vbv VTClfS JlHj I
r- , . bjuu vi iub cuaierrei wu uuuer-1 mu oi me more loan Z4U striKe
it was stated, had been "further J gtobd to have been devoted to a headers of 30t,0f0 strikers af
deferred. ewaiUng localliatlon of discussion of -whippln'- thebfltrfected by the resiralnine order
Into Such a shape as would meet I who were represented In court by
the publicly expressed objection of I counsel today.
President Harding. It was report- They lost the first battle when
pays; the people have the chance
to say what is to be done.
The bulletin follows: '
"Mrs, Harding's condition at
7:30 p. jn. Temperature 100;
pulse 90; respiration 28. Labora
a telegram to her. From
one oT the letters he learned that
the father of the boy was to
Portland or Vancouver, . Wash.,
but no address was given.
No Money on Body
ed by eoine of the Republican the court denied their motion u r UttpTC"eTea "aM
pulse 90; resplrauon 28. Labora- managers that the measure prob- that the g overnment's petition be JZ J 7
tory observations show increased ably would have a better chance dismissed. "I am not prepared at arowa"ie- No marks of violence
elimination and improvement in 0f nresidenUal aonroval without this time to dpci;l ihf th. mii we n rouna on iIs body and hla
character Of findings. . General the Simmons amendment and the fulls te set up any grounds for i J5 TfV . one frm suppos-
The school ' opened- Monday,
with a much larger - enrollment
than for the opening- day ot last
year. Brery train has been taring
ln from 10 tp 25 pupUa mpst
of them newcomers or ot the low
er grades. v The older student!
have i been at work for the sum
mer, and many of them will ataf
la the fields one . week longer,
shewing np at Chemawa about
the first ot next week for the real'
school year.. The school will have
a larger attendance than ever bo
or complications, surgical pro- ingly. those were voted out
ceedure farther deferred, awaiting
, . . - . i ' 1 bivuum uiitr tri Vc3n n viAi I i . i sw wieouDcv uuui ever oe-
appearances indicate improvement reclamation opUon, and, accord- relief." Judge Wilkerson said and frJf, v8 , blowing away ft 11 fore. It wilt not be able eare
of comellcations. Snreical oro-lin.i ko ,t ' I nr r--. "uwhile he was rowing a boat. The AL.LiAt, Ure., oept. 11. I " w V. noi w
sistant tc 7th eitr ',T body -was dressed in a working (Special to The Statesman) -..mncm.:.m at
1 ciothe. and with the ex! Thrweather of the past two ? "'S' T "
government's case. . o jewelry days has been the hottest ex- .31
orders Are ated n.oro.u?a a.rch periericed by this city during .he herir. T-T "LT
Ul lu" owning iauea to una ai uQ f,V o0, V.. , . r' 1"'"y
" - V 1 B o : "
Married women Will OHS'" tha valne of nhK11tv and hla
as deaconesses and they Will hate Vnowled re f that fact nnmhined
a place in. the. permanent 4dioce-wItn incomparabie gift of stating
nate of the Frotestam u.pi the -ChrisUan revelation revolu
church with a special ordination ti0nixe4 the civilization of the
service, tf a proposed new canon Rdmaa empire.
recommended to the report oi a
Joint commission wteteht waa pre
sented "today, is adopted by, the
convention, here. The proposed
eanon makes a distinct departure
from the established custom of
;j. - .nmmettdpdta auv .urn. oi appoinxmenu or
eievaio ma ,OTida conference was announced yeeter-
!nd rt?'JZt training d the closing seaaioii of the
for,epeclai J-JSSS coherence to Salem, No changes
for am examination before a bora L.
localization of infection. Patient
has had most comfortable day
during the present illness. While
all Indications show favorable
progress, prognosis is still guard
(Signed) "C. E. Sawyer, M. D.
Two Oppose Measure.
There still was no official In
formation as to whether Mr.
Harding would approve the mea
sure in its platform. Owing to' a
promised fight on the tariff bill
conference report in the senate It
may be ten days or two weeks be
fore the bonus measure reaches
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11. The the WhJU HoH8e
pauenvs temperature snowea an
(Continued on page 2.)
ASSIGNMENT OF PASTORS IS
ANNOUNCED BY CONFERENCE
i , aivTiHcartt nv ine I '
C " ru7 of tha dlo- made to smaller churches in this
eundngtmmktee of tjj dlo- . pMm6Uon ; of
ma is reouirea iwwro -
V polntment , and ordination. Y Un"
der: the present canon, selection
rests lit the hands of the bishop
mloiie. In providlnr euch elefbor
atloa to the office of deaconess,
the report specifically notes that
there la no purpose to imsgest
the elevation ot deaconesses to
tereet here Is that of Rev. B. T.
Randall, who for the ; last year
has been pastor of the" churches
at Waebnda and Brooks, and who
Is assigned as ' assistant In the
First church of Portland. . . . . .
' List of Appointments
Following are the appointments
ot the Oregon conference. (Par-
indicate supply pastor-
a - -lAh aa ftT T rim
Bishop Phillip M. RMnelauderot eses :
. .: wiatiom f ,-. Pwtotendent. : -. . , .
jrou wi- u'J." ofthe Otnn; Garden home and' Weet-
iJL?K-y Tufts; Metxger
nr?ri IT: had and Tigard. W. J. Warren: ; Oak
Of Montgomery, f T t n,n.
t . i.j hvl. an Grove, J. J. Patton.
rr Wsoar PorUand-Bennett chapel. (S.
er m Wbi A. Yeoman) i- Brentwood. ( B. Q.
X "f: . hnnaa at a Carney) Carson Heights, (G. S.
p'n,r":r L tw. Prown);Carruther.treet. (E.T
now 1 fOLr m cvir;uivivH - . ti
. .eooenine the uanuauj; venienary - vvjiDur,
SS "SS?3.Jb. Chanes.Macughey aT
case, w w " , , ,th 4 Greene; Central, C. GfisonJ
wsnops : nu v ;r tt" 71-1- Clinton KeUy. J. H. Irvine; , Ep-
r(i view to obUIntngj y deflJ.f1to worth, G. B. Harrison; First
,ng on tenetatlon o;d churctu B.- -E. Parker and E.; T.
a- thA eanon Involved to serve as a v
1 guide in fuiture cases of the kind
-which roflght develop. - Vo "
'1 1 ? 1 Want Blfthops ltcstorea
Randall: . Fremont street, (CV C.
Rartck) ; Lanrelwood. P. E. Fin
ley; Lenta, T. H. Downs; Lincoln.
2 th the oTcture . ot W. N, Byare; Ltonton. R. i M.
Placards with the . picture oi Mnnt,THi,, n 1 E - MerrsT
Paul Jones, formerly v blphop Of
Mount Tabor, D. L. Flelds ji Pat-
n .ti.L --..inal , ilnrlnr : tne
v --Af ton.. O. I H. Bennett;
v S?r r Pk. a W.Huett; St, Johns, W.
W3 uZr; attract- E. Kloster; Sell wood, J. E. Hurdy:
Woodstock, Walton ' Sklpworth;
Rainier. P. R.i Jackson; St, Hel
ens, S. D. Johnson; Seaside, J.
R. Jeffrey; Wafrenton and Ham
mond, A. P. Baes; West port and
Wauna, tj. D. WoodSn; Wilson-
file and Tualatin. C. R. Carlos.
D. H. Leech, district superin
Appleton, (W. N. Lamb); Ar
lington, A. J. Neufeld; Athena,
U. F. Paine; Bend. F. R. Sibley;
Canby. W. B. Mioore; Cascade
Locks, (H. C. Clark); Clackamas,
Cams and Oswego. S. J. Kester;
Dufur, EL B. Loekhart; Echo, F.
R. SpauSding; Estacada, Friend,
to be supplied; Goldendale, M. L.
Sanders; Heppuer, to be supplied;
Hermiston, H. A. Wanns; Hood
River and Ashbuiy. Gabriel 8ykes;
Hood River and Pine Grove, Jas.
Kaye; Hufbhard (Oscar Payne);
Madrae, A. F. Lacy; Moro and
Grass Valley. M. C Seolhers;
Odell, W., S. Glelser; .Pendleton,
J. ;1L Secor Prineville. A. H.
Clark; ; Powelf Butte, to be sup
cAied: Powell Valley circuit, to
be supplied; Borin. E. O. Ran-
toa; Falrrlew, U F. Smith);
Gresham. - A, S. : HIsey; Pleasant
Home. S. C. Berrtman; Pleasant
VaUeyv ( E O. Ranton ) ; Rock-
wood; L; P. Smith; Sandy, (G. C.
Berrtman); i Troutdale. (I. F.
Smith); Redmond, C M. Brown;
Spaulding Chapel, M.C. Smoth-
ers; The Danes, tu v. xvonr;
White " Salmon, k. T. Holland;
Woodbttrh, Wasco and Rugus clr-
culL R. 3. Young, W E. Ingalla;
Wfllamette, J. R. Shaffer.
, Salem District.
Sunnyslde, T. H. Gallagher and L.
C. Po6r ; University Park H. t.
Two of the ten conferees Sen
ator Smoot, Republican, Utah and
Representative Garner, Democrat,
Texas, voted against the bonus as
finally perfected, while one man
ager, Representative Collier, Dem
ocrat, Mississippi, was " absent.
Those supporting" the measure
were 1 Senators McCumber, North
Dakota, and McLean, Connecticut,
Republicans and Simons, North
Carolina and Walsh, Massachu
setts,; Democrats, and Represents
Uvea Fordney, Michigan; Green.
Iowa, and Longworth, Ohio, Re
In the argument over the con
tinuance of the restraining order.
aoweyer, tne court pointed Out
the difference between the charg
es or 'unlawful combination."
and "lawful combination a An. un
lawful acts," and indicated that
purse or any sum of money. j V j f .'7 mwwi a civil engineer
Inquiry is Futile uu luuoj ocycioi tiv.n.ciB ui irum m iei rerce; reservation
Mr. Chapman has been unablalthe hop and prime orchards In Idaho. Mr. Stewart was one
to find oat whether the young gave out on account Of the est- of "klda- who helped 'more
man was employed In any of theicessive heat. The hot weath- 010 mcaol irom-sorest urove
tp yards about Independence. Pr has hnrl a tinHpnrv fh Hnn lo Saln to i888. He waa gradu-
if ths defense can .how ouiy the He tlLink8 ll7 that the the fruit rapidly and as mJny otJJ!?! tooln im.cn
lattAr i.).. t 41.1. ! may have drifted down the Wil- ui v pt the very first ever to carry a
modified from one ot the many rK au ZuiZ dIPoma from Chemiawa. He has
m?ght be maJe P 1 6rder towns along it. banks. Th Tyet- have engaged by both the good over In hi. Old home.
The government trdav in ters written to the boy were post- ruue growers anu tne nop where he rates Uzh In hla pro;
io me record a list ot nearly 25
ed about August 1 at Salt .Lake I men.
murders ernrtn. . I but the date of their being re-
strike and literally handreds of ?elTed an? at what 8tatl011 18 Drown When Truck
acts Of sabotase., iBBanlt i rf,n- weeu w8Hea X me water. Dl.mnac TheAtmri Dr rlna
. , nu1J(,.UBt ueruimeni OI I .
w-.u, Burmnj or bridges, rioting, man MITeSiea as MUraer HOMERVILLE, Ga., Sept. 11.
aestruction of propsrty and in- SliSnPftt is Wrnnn Partv Eighteen negroes are believed
ienerence Of trains to Interstate r ' a " ' to have drowned today when a
trarilc. 1 . 1 . ...w ,ua .
Vjt,EjjJSi DUI, SePl. 11. 1 UlULUl UUU HIIOU TT 1,UI CU-
route to a baseball game, plunged
through a bridge. Fourteen bod
ies had been recovered, tonight.
Wfieni J the truck1 crrfabed
British Steamer Takes 285
. Persons off Stranded
Vessel to Safety
SOUTHAMPTON, Sept. 12,
by the Associated Press), There
was . a considerable loss of life
when the German steamer Ham-
monia .foundered off Vigo, Sat
' Confirmation of this was ob
tained at 1:25 this morning when
the British steamer KInfauns
Castle, docked here with 28 S pas
sengers and members of the crew
of the Hammonia on .board.
Captain Day, commander of the
KInfauns Castle, said the loss of
life, possibly would reach 80
Others on board estimated the
dead at ISO.
N. P. RETURNS TRAINS
(Continued on page -1.1 'a!ti .lAtktnsonrWoodlewn, E. S. Jlacej A onttoue4 pa. page-ll
LEWISTON. Idaho, Sept. .11.
Th Knrthnrn Pacific railwar to-
E. E. Gilbert,, district superln- L, erturned to normal passea.
tendent. .'. j ' fger service replacing trains re-
Albany. J. C. spencer; Amity, Ttv The first
M. B. Parounagian; Banks, j. m. on th8 newe .cedule arrlTed
on time from Spokane. .
to retucn Fred Hanstesn held for
them on a charge of attempted
murder and robbery near Fair
field, la., ordered the release of
the prisoner saying he was not
the man they sought.
The defense protests th.f . "?.Y: VW: FU .
iat. ron,mii .... T iOW ocers arriving nere toaay
of Justice and sworn to by C. J.
McGuire. attorney for the depart
ment, was improper as evidence,
but it was admitted for the time
being on the understanding that
the government wnnM -a
further facts in its rupport. '
On the same nnrierRtanin
Judge Wilkemon admitted a cer
tificate from Postmaster General
Huoert Work thowing that 953
mail trains operating over track
aggregating 82,912 miles have
strike, and that delivery of the
mans nas been seriocsiv hmn-
feewlon. He came to his alma
mater in charge of a number of
Indian children, to initiate them
into the" ways of the school that
was to him the, gateway to real
Dlfe. He pointed out on the cam
pus the place between two of the'
big trees where they erected the
rough hoard stand from which
he and hla dassmates receive!
their diplomas, 37 years ago.
Coming to Salem High
Setwral of the Chemawa stud
ent who have graduated from
I through the hriritre. the driver waa
thrown backward with anch forcn I lU45 re"r ivm (rw courso are
hi. HM.V w hroirpn The oth.r M allowed to come to the Sa-
(Continued on page 2.)
PLANE READY TO FLY
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Sept.
11. All preparations had been
completed tonight for the start of
the trans-continental flight of the
army dirielble C-2. but the shin
at midnight still was tugging at escaped
her moorings in the big hangar at
Langely Field. Orders sending
her away were expected tobe re
ceived from Washington within
the next few hours."
lem high school this year, follow
ing the recent order of the com
mftsioner of. Indian affairs sanc
tioning tbj$r farther education
at the nation's expense. , Some
of them have made exceptionally
have good book records, and the white
lads and lassies will have to "dig
to lead them In their new class
work. The newcomers, to ' the
school represent usually a better
and 17 Injured at Blaze H1 l?
occupants were crowded in so
closely on the truck; that they
were unable to extricate them
selves and swim to the banks.
Only four of the 22 passengers
said to have been crowded into
the truck are ' believed to
Fire Captain is Killed
WHERE YOU CAN FIND WORK PICKING PRUNES
Do it now, if you want help: Call for pickers, and get
your, prunes picked while the sign is right. Maybe the
weather will stay good, and then it may rain like Billy-H.
It s everybody 3 business to help save the crop, and most I shopping district of Baltimore was
of them will help if they know where to take hold. The serv-1 confined to the Beehier plant.
ice is free. .
Wm. McGilchrist wants 10 pickers and two trayermen, in
his orchard, at once. See him at the Royal cafeteria, today.
H. M. Birdsell, Rosedale, phone 13F2. has all the help he
advertised for; try another if you had him in mind
BALTIMORE. Septal 1. An ex- r&te now very close to the wfclte
plosion, which followed a fire in children of the same age.
the umbrella establishment of Wil- ln honse economics depaft-
liam Beehier. Inc.. early today ment of the school Monday 85
caused theMeath ot a fire cap- bushels of peaches were canned,
tain and serious inury of IT fire- They have more than 300 bushels
to all. There are 400 fcuahets ot
The Hre In the heart of the Pears, canoaos oi oerriea.
most tralnloada of vegetables.
FIRE HALTS TRAINS
CULDESAC. Idaho, Sept. 11.
Fire, thought. to have been caused
Cave Explorer Unhurt '
Following 40-hL t-aii
BEND,' Ore.!Sept, 11. Step
ping Into a darkened and hitherto
burned for .two hours to the j unexplored part of tne Arnoia ice
. T93' R 3Jants or eight more prune PraWe ralIroad n miles south McLeiland trod on empty air until
WuntpH two nr thrw more nrunps nickers and man to I by sparks fr6m a locomotive,
shake, family preferred. J. W. DeLap, phone 18F22.
pickers, 70 acres. ( Phone 107F14.
of here today. The destruction I his feet touched .bottom 40 feet
' aiua uci 3 auua mm Asa v w wv v v
M. J. Whelan wants five prune pickers and man to work nt .Md,n nDT,nrt4 allowed earth below. He suffered no serious
in drier. Phone 11F5. 1 land stone to fall covering the injury from the falL Companions
D. F. Pearson, Turner, route 2, phone 107F23. wants three tracks and blocking traffic for rescued him with ropes. He re-
: 1 or four pickerst
I six hours.
turned here today.