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President Ccolidss Still Op
posed to Submittng Plan
to World Court "
; WASHINGTON', Dec 12. Pre
; sident Cooadge was represented
r today as being opposed to any
plan for submission to tbe world
, court or any other tribunal of ad
judication of war claims against
uermany under the Dawes -plan.
His position also was' said to he
unchanged regarding war debt
funding to the United State by
France and other powers.
Mr. Cooildge Is known to1 be
convinced that the American' posi
tion regarding claims collection is
perfectly -understood by foreign
governments - interested and that
the Tight , of collection ' 4s estab
lished beyond question: by treaty
agreements.- - - . !.
The president's, position that
there is no need of referring the
subject of claims collections to a
tribunal for adjudication Is under
stood to be- based on : the belief
that -whatever differences may
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the full benetit of the govern
ment's investment and complete
utilization of the resources of
these projects "should he adopted.
"The management and .control
of existing works ehpuld b trans
ferred to the water-.'usera-'' where
they arein a position to organize
and to be entrusted with this auth
ority, they form such an organiza
tion to be that of an irrigation
district ? operating under - state
laws. ' . . , . . . : 1
"All investigations- of. future
projects should include a compre
henslyejBtudy of legal, engineer
ing, economic, agricultural and fi
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i i .. .i "w k - i i
It 13 now pat UP ih collaosible tubes with AttjrhtKm
pile pipe making it very easy
X Also ptrtrnp in old
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Also Comedy and ' A S'-'r. Tt
1 : 1 " International News i A j'j' A
TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, "SALEU, OREGON
resist between the United States
and Great Britain can be adjusted
by regular negotiations conducted
through representatives of the
two governments. ,.,
. He feels It as evident that the
position, of the Washington ad
ministration, as has been-outlined
to the allies asserted by Mr, Kel
logg during the . London confer
ence, will be recognized by ..the
interested governments by the ne
gotiations now I being carried on
between ' Washington and London
While he is being - closed ... ad
vised regarding the agitation by a
part of the London press concern
ing the question -of war debt fund
ing to the United States, there has
been no change in the , position
steadfastly taken by the executive
on the question and he sees no
occasion for i giving American
newspapers material . to answer
the arguments' advanced by TLon
don papers. ; 1
UER3IAX DEFEATS BIKKE
OMAHA. Neb., Dec. 12 Tiny
Jim Herman, Omaha heavyweight,
won a referee's decision -over
Martin Burke of New Orleans in
the main , event of a boxing .pro
gram here tonight. The decision,
nowever. was booed, hundreds of
fans protesting.- - ;
Fiasco, in sit letters, means a
failure, and comes from an Italian
word meaning a . flash, which is a
nancial conditions. . Legal studies
are, needed to determine the title
to water rights; engineering stud
ies to determine the cost of irri
gation wort ; economic studies to
determine the value of land held
in private ownership the outlay re
quired to change raw, land Into
farms, and the character of mark
ets agricultural studies to deter
mine the crops suited to the local
ity and the productive value of
water under irrigation; financial
studies to determine sources of
credit, interest rates and cost of
settlement and farm development,
efforts to reach an agreement
ror an economic appointment of
water, of interstate streams, now
being made by the states, have
the cordial approval and support
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J ;;DRI7QGISTS -refund nioney-r
Special directions enclosed with each
package. Your druggist will order it:
style Tins, 60c.
Annual Meeting of Associa
tion Opens With Address
es .By Delegates '
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 12.
Hotel owners and proprietors from
all parts of , Oregon and many
visitors from Washington, gath
ered here today for the annual
two day meeting of the Oregon
State Hotel Men s association.
Richard W. Price, president
and general manager of the Crater
Lake National Park company, pre
sident of the association; presided
and greeted the delegates at the
opening session. ' -
Tbe morning session was devote
ef to Tontine business, . covering
reports of committees and the an
nual reports of officers.
During the afternoon A. A.
Finan, manager of "a detective
agency,! spoke on "dead beats and
bad check men.' Mr. Finan 's ad
dress was designed to .help the
hotel men In protection- -against
Among addresses of the after
noon was that by H. A. Koach of
of this department. It is Infinite
ly better than the costly and un
settling litigation certain to arise
unless such agreements are reach
ed, it ought to be possible undeT
snch agreements to work out plans
for the storage and regulation of
the water of the Missouri, Colo
rado, Platte, Rio Grande and Col-
nmbla rivers and their tributaries
such, action on the Colorado is
urgently needed to nrotect th
Yuma reclamation proiect from
danger of floods and the Imnerial
vauey irrigation district in Cali
fornia from being devastated both
By 'floods and. drought. ,
.The primary, purpose of all ,re-
ciuiauon construction - is to ex
tend irrigation.' In alt Rtoraeiji
mere wiir d incidental benefits
to come from the development of
power. ' Whatever arrangements
are made for such power develop-
v. i .auh -FOLEiTS
SAlLtESS SAILING 5HIP TH AT WAS TESTED IN NORTH SEA
AND ANTON TLETTNER, GERMAN INVENTOR
Otllizea the nowi.f.ta'.4" -
to drive it instead f aafls: . . The4
anasual craft recently underwent
Chicago, assistant chairman, of 'the
railway ticket protective ' bureau,
who spoke on the relations be
tween the hotels and the. rail
roads. .- ....
Beach resorts of the. Pacific
northwest lormed the theme of an
illustrated address by Joseph A.
Hill.t Portland. , ;
ment,, or its , dIstributioji;f ahrp
should be such control "by. the gov
ernment as to prevent interference
with the use of the stored water
HUBBARD POULTRY 7
SHOW IS SUCCESS
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the five "best male birds. - First
prize went to George Speight for
Black Minorcas; second was won
by H. M.-Robbins.with Rhode Is
land Beds, anod third to a White
Rocfc bird entered by 3. J. Hersh
berger. ; - ,
There were more Barred Rocks.
including both the light and dark
varieties, than any other breed. a
total of 79 being entered. Rhode
Island Reds were second with 62;
White Rocks third; with ,55 ; White
Leghorns fourth. 40, and Minorcas
fifth, with 34. Many other breeds
were exhibited, and an .unusually
fine lot of turkeys were shown.
" A fine showing of market eggs
was on display, With eleven en
tries for prizes; six for the wiiite
eggs, and .five from brown. In the
white class, George SpeighJ: toolc
iirst with the Blactc Minorcas:
Gribble poultry farm, second with
Wlilte Leghorns, and J. J. Ilersht
beirger third with White Leghorhs.
In the brown -egg class Ji J. Hef gh-
beirger took first plaoe With White
Recks; Mrs. H. C. Kleinsmlth sec-
oiid with Barred Rocks, and W.
n. isnsier inira wnn iignt iiran-
t T ' -t A A S . . . . .
'In connection with the noultrv
snow, an exceptionally gropd dis
play of corn was shown.- A:'The
Yellow Dent and the White Dent
varieties were displayed 1h 50 ear
and 10 ear lots. A. E. Husrhes
ana nig two sons. Harry and Har
ley. Won first and econd prizes
in many iota. Harry West won In
two classes. A. E. Hughes eiAU
bited ten ears of red corn, and
Harry West had ten ears, of pop
corn on display. W. A.; Holtr
county agent of C4ackamas 'coun
ty, Judged all corn exhibits;
THREAT TO KILL ' 7
.. f f CHARGED McCOY
(Contlaned from pax 1) -
iThe : ex-prize fighter then
threatened to get Mors when he
arrived, Emden related, ad dine
that Ann and Sam Schapp, millin
ers, were also called tinder simi
lar threats. They were both shot
later in their own store-a few
dors away- when they , failed to
respond to the telephone call.
While waiting for Mors, Em-
dens aid a man entered, the twre.
McCoy asked him If he had any
money. He replied that he had
none. . - - -
"You shouldn't go through life
like that," McCoy is alleged to
have said, while he gave the man
some of the money he had taken
from tne irictims and sent him
away, according to Emden's cers
ion. . -. , -
During the display of generosity
Etmden further slated William G.
Ross, one of the men in the store,
attempted to flee to the street.
He was shot and wounded, the
prosecution will contend," byt Mc
Coy. I.',.--... I, V..,,
McCoy then went to the store of
r-3S'n-s c-ntions V--"v3i
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" s report, acqumea fter
aelt well. The wind.' drawn Into
the Schapps, where Mr. and Mrs
Sehapp were both shot and wound
ed, testimony recorded.
' . Then the accused man is alleged
to have . attempted an escape
through Westlake park, nearby.
Where he was taken into custody
hy. a policeman. He threw the
gun away, testimony said, when
the officer approached,
f If the defense intends an Insan
ity plea it has' hot become evident
as yet; while the prosecution an
nounced its Intention today "to
prove that ;the motive and pur
pose of McCoy - was not only - to
kllTSlrs. Mors,, but to kill all that
had interfered with their affair."
Tellowstone National 'Pork has
ab6ut -3000 kinds of hirds, hut
New York City has around seven
i ::WITII AUtlT
ON NOT GETTING FLATTERED
"Somehow Attnt r- Emmy. : It
scares ma when 1 read of all the
ways people lose their money In
fake stock and bond transactions
"flow can you know who is honest
and what stocks and bonds are
safe to buy? qneried Jane.
"It is easy enough it people only
atnuldot be so Impatient," replied
'Aunt Emmy. There Is never any
ad Mar haste in Investing. IVa
far better, to take a-little time: td
" ffhll out the character of tbe se
curities offered and of tbe person
: offering them. The huytne of se
curities was greatly stimulated by
tSie Liberty Lioans. Before Uncle
am offered Liberty bonds only
about 300,000 people in the United
'"States -owned securities. Now
millions of people ae buying
''stocks and bonds
J?0 course the unscrnpnlous se
etrrity vendors have taken advan-
"tage of the-public's sew education
' in Investmenta. All sorts of bad
' ana Questionable securities are he
" Ing offered for sale. Naturally-the
- majority of the people " are not
'rich, bo when a man sets out to
sell bonds or stocks through the
country be must be prepared to
;Sa!l in small quantities. ' Baby
bonds.' S100 bonds, that Is, are
popular. If the lahy bonds are
.sound they are as good' an Invest
ment as any. But before you buy
bonds of any kind get good advice.
:: "Be especially careful -about
" doorstep salesmen. A bond house
that floods the country with salesmen-
is "put ta great expense.
. They can't send salesmen all over
the United States for nothing, so
When a salesman comes to sell you
bonds it is important to Investi
gate the quality of the bond he is
selling. Tout bank ' will give in
formation about Investment houses
and investments, and It you follow
the bank's advice yon will not lose
"Another . . thing to ' be - Ir ed
upon with ' suspicion, continued
Aunt Emmy, "is tbe man who. tries
- to sell you securities over the tele-
. phone. Such men , will call up
some woman living in the country
and say they are -calling at the sug
gsllan of a friend-- Tbey suggest
that she-bay such and such a bond
thai U selling at. such had such a
price. They, ask the woman to
fcoW tbe wire a moment, then y
the United States, ns reported In the"
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the large stel masts, drives inotors!
power to the pro-
Alpha Psi Deltas and Sigma
I aus Prove Winners in
; : -i : ' . ' . ..' .
- The Alphp, Pst Delta fraternity j
continued - Us winning ;:8treak. last
night by holding the Epsilon Del
ta Mu's to 10 points while they
rouea up- 26. Schweinlnir and
Steincipher for the Alpha Psi's
1 the price of the bond has gone np
a point. Of course these men al
ways call on the long distance
'phone from some large city. Toor
little Mrs. Backwoods 4a so thrilled .
at' this touch with the -great world
of finance that she -buys tbe bond,
-only to find out her error later.
It's a safe bet that be wouldn't
buy sheets and pillow cases over
the "phone from a perfect stranger,
but honfls. yes!" T
"I see. Aunty," eald Jane, "yon
should always know whom you're
dealing wttb and not get excited
and rush Into anything tost be
cause it aounfls flattering and
thrilling.- ' . . .
'-Exactly." said , Aunt ' . Emmy.-
Anne B. Aymes.
ADVOCATE SEED CORN TEST
The Iowa Bankers Association
sent out a bulletin, to Its members
urging the bankers to have the
farmer test his seed corn this year
because at the beary damage done
to corn last. year by dry rot. En
closed was a letter from a farm'
crops man at Iowa State College
explaining the situation. Germina
tion tests on 32.000 ears of repre
sentative eed corn Trom all see
tlons of the state shoved that only
about 80 per cent were fit for seed
purposes, the rest being either
weak or dead. , "Dry rot is Tery
prevalent In the need corn this
year ahd is responsible for the low
Titality of a cood deal of seed
corn. In a great many cases ear
may look bright and free from dis
ease, but kernels from these ears
will show the presence of dry-Tot
mold when germinating In the test
er.' -" . '
'Above the Neck
It Is idea that -count. What a
man Is worth1 below tig neck Is
com paratl vely little What he is
worth above his -neck is practical
ly unlimited. , Progress of. all kinds
is made because of the develop
ment of ideas. ..' ,;.:..r ,
. Bankers Help :
The Georgia Bankers Associa
tion nas appropriated ? 1,000 a year
to be used as a loan fund for boys
and girls who are . unable to meet
the expenses ef a college educa
tion, hut whose work In clubs has
demonstrated their -Qualiflcatloas
tor leadership. ' .-
Bradley County. Arkansas. bank
ers are offering -500 in cash for
the best taowlnss in the 'produc
tion nf com in 1921 Pour hundred
dollars will eo to farmers and 10fl
to boys clubs. .
Of FRAT IK
DECEMBER .IS, 4924;-
"f . Phone S3 vidvertisins Dept,
&sU yar vnrd:
P buvrtiom .
Money to Loan
' T. K. FORD
(Orr Ldd Both Babx)
BirOKB TOtT LEATE Y0T7K E03CB
. OB 3AB HA YE IT
Phon161. BKkt 4k Handrieki, TJ. -8.
Bnk Bld(. - -88tf
AUTO TOPS SIDE CUETAtXa PTTT
ob aoor rodf . mptn new for a rsinr
Cmj. . Call and e O. 3. Ball, at hit
Bgw location. 219 Btatn St. 8 -m? 9tt
BOUSES AND APARTMEXT 8 FOB rent.
cnon ftsg or rreoing 1563-il. 4-d20
I fOa KENT STORK .BOOH OS STATE
ireet sn J .tL. Usttaua. . Hotel
HOUSE AND APARTMENTS.
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wordinc "For Rrat." prie 10 ciatt
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FOB KENT Apartments -5
FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND rooms.
250 South Cottage. ' 5-dl4
MODERN ROOM APT. AND SLEEP
in porch. 4220. T15 Soata X2ta St.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS; SOI NO.
presented a formidable combina
tion which could not be overcome.
fTwo extra five-minute' periods
of iPlay were necessary for the Sig
ma Tans to . win ' over the Phi
Kappa Pi's In the final game by
a 11 to 9 score. The game was
slow and featureless.
Alpha Psi (26) Ellis, f; Stein
cipher, 1; Schweinlng, c;Kalahan,
g; Schreiber, g; Anderson, Moede,
Hathaway, Booth . and Hoskins, :
Subs. - --
Epsilon DeHaMu (10) Round
tree, f; Wiikenson, f; Si Ike. c::
Glle, g; Bailey, g; Illff, Suh.
Phi Kappa Pi (9) Desart.
Nunn; f; McKInney, c; Beard, s
Sherwood, g; Haines, Sub.
Sigma Tan (11) Blatchford
1; , White f; Mndra, c; Mann g
Bodine; er ' Rttbd r and ? Carter,
ARE PLACED FIRS
President of State Chambe
of Commerce Addresses
"Solve home problems first and
Oregon will advertise herself,
was the advice of Prof. I. E. Vin-
Ing, president of the state Cham
ber of Commerce at the regular
luncheon of the Lions club at the
Marlon hotel Friday.
-The satisfied settler will sell
Oregon oetter than any high priced
advertising journal or newspaper,"
was another rem ark of the speak
er. He suggested that the farm
ers be organized, so that Just re
turns for their labor conld be ee
cured. - - - -
tT"or. vinins demonstrated to
the Lions how he Introduced Ore
gon tothe asterer3.V The - bean
ties of thi state, he said, were
contrasted with .the ecauties o
the eastern v states. : Tie merely
carried out nis pntiosophy of life
as ne stated it, of "neeklng for
something good." 1 .It is the flml
lng pf.thfi hest in th other fel
low that wins, was hia remark.
Pertinent remarks Trere ven
me Liions concerning the develop
ment of Oregon for the thousands
of tourists that were coming,to the
west. Hotels, business methods,
and drainage . projects were dis
cussed. ' ;
A gift of appreciation from the
Salem Lions was given Miss Betty
eaiord ror tbe services rendered
the iclub during the past year as
accompaniet. The appreciation con
sisted of a small wrist watch, bear.
ing the Lions Insignia on Its back.
Jim smart entertained with
number of Scotch songs. r JUcwaj
neartily received by the club.
Wiles Standish Controlled '
First Monopoly in America
SE2ATTLE. Washr bee. 7 i API
Monopoly in America began in
1C23, Edward MacMahon, associ
ate proressor of history in the
University of Washington declared
a lecture here. ;
A cow was brought to a Pil
grim colony f rom Zngland, Pro-
lesMor MacMahon said, and allott
ed to several families, including
Captain Miles Standish, a bache
lor. Captain Stand ish a n n
bought control of the cow. share
by share, an'd he and his relatives
enjoyed, an --abundant jqsdIv nf
milk while his neighbors went
without, related-- the historian. :
TACOMA CHOSEN '
TACOMA, Wash.. Dec. 11. -Ta-
coma has been chosen - as the
meeting place ter the annual con
Tentlon of the diocese of Olym
pia. February 3 end 4. when a
bishop fwlll be elected to succeed
the Ilcht Rev. Frd-rlc Keator.
"' :g td"anirbuhc'ement made
oy memoers ot tne stanains
conmlttee in charr3 S urrv-
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RENT 5 EOOa KCrs Lor-.: ,
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men ofT.ce or'Pbone ".8;jr i. . 7a...
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' ieeeied. "12.50.- ' '
Six room f urnisted, e!cie la I :5.
Six rooai-hoe 120. .
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FOR SALE 111
FOR SALE SELECT CHRISTMAS f s.
WOODSAW5 HORSEPOWER i:ncir.
xod conditioa. Phone 6SF15. 8-ul6
ALL KIND8 OF CANARY BIRD AVD
bome-mede ceres lor jutle. Coi's? -
1 SOLID OAK DRESSER; 1 3-BCRXES "
Clrc-Jewel eU etore; 1 braVfst '
1 leatherette couch; 1 Sx 12 f)ii:f r
1 bed epring. 1070 Korth 2j!h. t-.,7v"-aT
i erening. Pbone IS 4 a It. e dlJ
WOODSAW 5 fiORSEPOWES
LENOX BANJO FOR SALE A l.Zl
new. fhoo CU ttr 5.
- ' 8(112'
SADDLE IN .GOOD C0KDITI2" I
will trade lor chickeas. Itnn,
1788W2. . ' B-dif-
325 VICTRQLA GOOD AS SEW. , il
acrtlice for f90 if taken at orua,
Terms to snit. Inquire at Coffee f
FOB .SALE, TRADE OS HE XT EEVET".'
room banea-low, et s?ala, pav-l c
T. U. Wood. 841 - State fat 6-di ,
FOB SALE BEAUTIFUL QUARTER
wed oak' three ceftional boukcase a '
top and ae. lhone 1713 r c J f
United States "t. Bank 1. . .'. e
JUDD SAWS WOOD PHO X 3 141. ;
Beiratiful Oregon ;
- And eleraa fher Oreroa isi : i to
faUier jrita aine cullecuoa f j u-i
i aosra, (acred eons and maty ej
. i time laToritea.
JLUL F03 ?5e.
-.. (Special pnee in ennnty lota)
- Eipeeiaily adaptable tor ahooL en
jnnity er kome aivics. tond for
T9 pagM - new la lit Cltl ediiloa
OREGON TEACci-i' 3 KOXTITLT '
Si -8. Ooawaetclal ,fct-tk. Or. ,
FOB SALE SEVERAL tlOOD LATIT: J
C Biles. Wnt and -teii hat ie yea
need. We aiup ria ate a mar rerj .the art. ,
J. I Lteu A Son, Xnc, 2nid-rt,
Conn. . 0 j j
FOB 8 ALB OLD KSWSPAPE3. 13
ceoia Dsnara. cireuieuoa cepare&t
GOOD" STIP XADDES3 AlO TCZC1
twiDgt at a axxsia. 4IST Walir t
w. - - S jnS-1
'5ViIlaci ette-Vall zyt
hat H kind of nnreery itock for tale. .
mflea tBt -on -Kilrerton fcijinray. Eoutt
7. Phone 105FS.
'J. &Mathis9 Prep.
TOBACCO. OHKWINQ 10 LB. f4; aeW
;f xuio. -j.auj auma. ee. I rrr 1 --to,
IraavrUle. Eaaiuaiy . . S jolj.
APPLES TREE TROIT W O H M S. 75t
per doc; t-wo bexee si.30; three boxei
1.80; lonr box $2.'dO; er aix boift
Tor 93. Pbone S7F12. - o21tf
PETLAXD OFFERS FOR XMAS
PUPS Fox Terriers 5-10; Collie
. 95-910; Airdale 95-925; Toy Silk Pood
lea $20-925; Bulla 910-950; Bo torn
tBIBDS Panama Parreta. cvaraoteed
.ToDBff and Talkers 925; St. Andreaa
' erf Seller, (imported) "the canary
. with a oollefe . education" 915; lx
Birds ( free n ) pair 912.50. Flake'i
Petlaad. Btore 27S State, Fans, Pactfta
HiCBway. Balem. 8 d24 '
- TTrespass Notice?
For S-Is ;
TrettpaM Notices, eixe 14 IseBet hi
9 laches, printed en r''ci 10 r-r i
eaarasa hearicf the werda, 1'N ot a i I
Hereby GiTen That Tres-va -z 2i
(Strictly Forbidden Oa IJif se 1 ri -t t
Under Penalty OI Prosecution. i'noi
15 each or two for 25e. EUteimai
Pabliikinf Company, Balem, Ore con
WARREN SURSERT ALL KINDS Of
Irate and ant trees, 55 Ferry Street
300 M0TORCYCUS FOU 935. w;:t
ride wheel F. L. CoIUa, Eote 7,
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woraisg. '-iiocms to jiart." fries K
eeots each. Statesman aaless Cf
FOIi SAIiU livestock O
FRESH HEIFER PHOXE S3 111.
TEN THOROUGHBRED WHITE LEU-.
hom TOOwteTa, iroilywood Rtrain. I-.otue
9, Box 121. Phone alt 31 erenmrs..
SALE PIGS 3 MOS.
OLD. II T. 1.
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VETERINARIAN i DR. PATTET
Pbone 202 S-W. !
":i yr. ln"f.,- v:
Office 430 to. -r--:
Lea.. Phone 1 . . .