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SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY MORNING,-JULY 16, 1925
JURY IS UNABLE TO RECORD CROWD ATTENDS
REACH AN AGREEMENT J EAN WEBSTER'S' PLAY
sccrzs.n r;oyTir.ED c.?i
: OF SENATORS ILLEGAL
BEL-;q-chi jet Psjcr.jj
e. is BEII1D
oE'Eiimra i :
REALS AXD GARLAND CANNOT
BE COMMISSIONERS ,
NEW TRIAL IN SIT. ANGEL pp IS OVERFLOWING FOR
DEFENDANT L ATET TRIA1
I ' un imv ft.- w Krt
SICK OFvROLE OF M1RXXR-
California Officers Say They
Will Find Sisters Within
Opinion From Attorney General
Roles Two Lucrative Posi
Neither State Senators Arthur
! G. Seals, of Tillamook county, nor
RAflPH UAFm RPmft HPI n Sam M. Garland, of, Linn county,
Clews Declared Poesesaed by Au
thorities; Theory That Girls ;
Hate Met With Harm,
. Scooted -
Counsel for Relatives Rest
- Case; Shepherd Does Not
Take Stand 1 .
Jury Room Sweltering and Heat 5IanP,n BtaI :Fi"n
CASE TO BE APPEALED
members of the -fish commission
as Ions as they are members of
the legislature, according to an
opinion by Attorney General I. H.
Van Winkle. While the., opinion
was in answer to a question raised
by Secretary of State Sam A.
Kozer as to the status of Senator
Beals. it also aDDlies to Senator
SACRAMENTO. Cal., July 15. Garland. ; ;
(By Associated Press.) Possess- , The statute forbidding the hold
ing clews purporting to show that ing 0f two lucrative state offices
I. W. Rhodes, now held in jall in at the same time, notwithstanding
Klamath Falls,had abducted Jaff- their meagerness, is cited in the
le and Esther Bradehaw, 14 and opinion. The' attorney general
12 'year old daughters of A. W. also calls attention that the ques-
Bradshaw. Tula Lake sheepman, tion involved in the present case
and yas holding them prisoners in was passed : upon by the supreme
some out of the way place. Klam- court several ' years ago in the
ath Falls and Modoc county, Cal., case of Gibson vs. Kay. .
officials tonight were putting I As members of the fish com-i
forth ; every effort to locate the mission, each Senator is entitled
prison of the two girls. to 15 a day Balary while on offi-
The nature of the clews, -the of- cial duty but the compensation
fleers declined to give out, but ex- must not' exceed , $200 any one
pressed confidence that. the two year.
girls' would be found alive within! Governor Pierce refused to com-
the next 24 ; hours. The theory ment upon the i opinion and will
that the gtrla had been harmed or await action by Senator Beals be
had been killed also was pouted, fore he makes another move. The
RhW whit wm emoloved bv -w senators were : appointed to
the girls' father, was arrested in the commission about two months
Klamath. .Fall MondaT and has as0 eais xo isucceea xrea
a i. 4.ii tisfr . he Kendall and Garland to succeed
-ii,-..- v- John Veatch
movements or present where-
Acqnltted Defendant- in j Poison
: , Trial Willing to Have Ad
s' minis' ra tor Named Until .
i Decision . . ;
abouts, but later the officers say TAGGED FISH IS CAUGHT
ihey obtained information- which
trended to connect him: with their ATTEMPT MADE TO DETER-
disappearance : and preeent ah-1 MINE HABITS OP FOOD FISH
sence. i. ' It ;;- - ;,
. Th rfrlft illsanneared from the SEATTLE, July 15. (By Asso-
ramn on Lower Tula lake elated Press). The first halibut.
a week age. , Rhodes also Is said tagged by the international fish
to have left the camp about the commission In connection wun a
..rr. tim- j rtd thU fact directed W oi fine nanus oi me
mmitimi toward him and hl ar- ha been caught by a fisherman of
.;fftiinw the Seattle schooner Kodiak, off
DmrlMf. Iilnnili' In thA ( Vnrth
isi,AiviAi jfAiMo, -uu -f- pacifiC ocean'it was learned here
While antnoniies are running j today
down rumortf f and innnrnwable w - V'
.Fastened tothe halibut
woa a niaim ftr hoar nr inn in
ciues, a ueiBrunueu suut vl wtri scriptlon
pers, sneep neraers ana raucaer. .,1FC 0 5. The Kodlax
left at dayhreak jo,searcnnraaen arrl nefe ye8lerday.
cayem na u I . Halibut are caught by repre-
swept lava bed country m an ei- seQtatiTes of the International
fort to find some trace of Juhie figh commi88i0nf tagged and then
and Esther Bradshaw, aged 14 and rfil-aaftd i- ai effort to learn of
12, who disappeared eight days thelr migrations and the banks
ago under mysterious circum- they frequent.. The tag is to be
stances. J gent to the fish commission.- The
The little girls had, been herd- fl8b3nnan who caught the halibut
iing a large flock pf sheep for their I is to be given a $1 reward.
latner, a. w. uraasnaw. i neir
sheep range near the south end GENERAL EXODUS TODA
of the now idried-up Tulev lake.
CHICAGO, July 15. (By Asso
ciated Press.) The fight to keep
from probate the will of William
N. McClintock. milllohaire orphan,
leaving his million dollat estate
to Willia! p. Shepherd. ' his ros
ter father, appanetly ended today.
The apparent termination of the
fight a3 far as probation of the
inetrunrnt is concerned, came
when attorneys for McClintock a
nine Iowa cousins-whtf are con.
testiiVst the will, refused to. ques
tion Shepherd i within the limits
defined by Probate Judge Horner,
and to all appearances set their
case at rest. :' -W7- ;
The ' case . was continued until
Friday morning, but unless there
are new developments, it is eaid
in court circles that the will would
he admitted to Probate at that
time. ' : - i ; ' 1 .
Attorneys fori the cousins spent
all afternoon arguing and. citing
cases as to why they should be
allowed to question - Shepherd on
the matter Idfundue influence
They particularly stressed the fact
that Shepherds-named as principal
beneficiary had drawn the will
himself, i j : ; i
Judge Horner ruled he will al
low only euch examination as "had
to do with the facts and circum
stances brought out by . the attest
crs Aoj the will.
Shepherd finally was called, but
before he could testify, his attor
ney saidr' ,"?-K';-' ' .' ;''
"I have authorized Mr. '-Shep
herd to say that If the -rill lis ad
mltted ,to prolate, ne is wining
that an administrator, be appoint
ed to take charge1 of the-estate
until the final decision by-the su
preme court." ! : ' j
Unable to reach a decision after
arguing for seven hours -In. a
sweltering' Jury room, the , twelve
urors in the case of Lester Dixon,
Henry Johnson and John An
drews," arrested In connection with
the Mt. Angel"till, were dismissed
by; Circuit, Judge Percy. R. Kelly
at 6:30- o'clock Wednesday, even
ng. The jury had, debated since
11:20 in the morning. A new
trial will be held on Monday, July
27, at 10 o'clock.
the property on which the still was
found, waa convicted by a, jury,
some members of which were, on
the present panel, in 20 minutes.
The Jhree defendants in the trial
ust closed were charged with the
manufacture of liquor. Walker
was tried for; possession of a still?
FAMOUS ACTftESS DEAD
CARRIE WYATT , tASSES IX
SEATTLE AT AGE OF 70
t Proves Too Great; . Decision
t . Stood 7 to 5
PROGRAM FOR TODAY
Concert Maupin's .Singing
Band. ' :
Concert Maupin's Singing;
- Band Days
By AUDRED BUNCH ,
Chautauqua's r e e or 'd crowd
gathered last night for a - finely
inatl inof nfotAnfa tfnn ' nt Ton n
ine acuon oi me, jury came WcKa.tt,- ..tw,i- t Tr.
many keeping, places outside the
tent even, for the entire four acts
A story of wide appeal, the play
was an abounding success,' laugh
ter and tears bordering! many,
many times. In : synopsis, the
play; tells the .story . of .-Judy,
pretty little drudge in a New Eng
land' nrnhanarp who hv B. vis! tine
No testimony was taken yester4 ... wa rlv. her'chanee. Her
a ay, as oom siaes naa ciosea on i hpnfifaptnr nh rlVM h rnri,
fln Ji a mi , i w 0 .
x uesaay nigni. Alter a BumminK on. i,amft af -Daddv Lon T.i.
up of arguments the state turned
the case over to the jury at 11:30;
the defense not offering a rebut
tal. At 1:30 o'clock the Jury ad
Journed for lunch, returned. - and
debated the issue until 6:30.
-i-who becomes the 1 hero -In par-
ticularly charming romance. .'It is
said-, that the presentation'of this
play' on Chautauqua . circuits has
had a singularly .favorable in
fluence in promoting number of
Millions of Acres of Timber
Land Threatened by Se
vere Forest Fire
BLAZES SPREAD RAPIDLY
Hot, Dry Weather- and Wind Con
. spire to Menace Two States;
. Plea for Help Made
RJology Teacher 1 Ptrrsoed, toi
StreteU; Rrporte,r Iprras-
Altbough U was brought out by successful adoptions. . The locale
the state that the three men in-1 shifts from the dining room of the
volved,wer3 sUnding by tho still John dreer heme to JudyVcellege
nouse at tne .Ume of their arrest, I study, thence to Lock . Willow
no evidence was given" to show farm, and finally to Mr. Pendle
taat tney were connected directly I ton's library.
who, tne mapuiacture of the liquor I The part of the caustic Mrs.
found in the, granary which housed I Llnpet was taken by Jeanne Chan
me piani. n was snown, how- dler . Miss Chandler doubling for
ever, mat tne men were familiar I-.vm mnrh mnnttr nr nt
wun tna operation of tne sun, fori jUHa Chandler In the later scenes,
wnen one" of the state of fleers en-1 Marearet Bvers was unmention
tered.the building after the ar-1 aMY roKuish as Freddy, while
resi and round tne plant in oper-1 Ijawrence Johns played with strik-
auon. -ne suggesiea mat u oe I ing fidelity to one's imaelnation
turned oft. This was done by one nictnre. th diverting donhle nart
Ol ine.aeienaaniS. I rt JonrU Ponrllotnn .Una Jntin
The jury' stood 7 to 5 for con
Vietion. It U nnder-tond I (Continn.4 n pr )
NUISANCE-TAXES RAPPED SUICIDE IS PREVENTED
EIJLMIXATIOX OF M1SCKLIJINE-
.OUS ASSESSMENTS ASKED
FIREMAN HOLDS MAN PRE-
- CxPARISa JtX)R PLUNGE ; .
SEATTLE, July 15. (By As
sociated PresSi) Mrs. i Charles
Eugene Banks, who as Carrie Wy
att attained theatrical fame in the
around only sagebrush and lava
rock, coyotes and rattlesnakes, f
latter part of the last century died
tw nA fc.hu.MAn rn mito- BUSINESS FIRMS CLOSE FOR Lere today. 70 years old.i She was
ELKS' CELEBHATlO leading, woman with Robert Man
l tell In Shakespearian roles in San
Salem .will present a desolate Francisco when she met her fu
chim nenni r ccrDiniici V I appearance today, lor there is a ture husband, a dramatic .critic.
rUWn rtUrkb OtniUUOUl I rnnnral ATOdnit in Portland for LntW nH mat
- O ) . w I - - - i VI v - vr a Jiv w
INJURED If AUTO CRASH the national. Elka' parade., The
Salem lodge is sending 4 uu uni
formed i marchers, ! together with
the band and ( American Legion
'Business will be at a standstill
for'1 even the (banks are. closing
Little state affairs will be tran
sacted at the capltol for the heads
Four persons were severely in- "VLr
"lured, one oossibly fatally. when " 1C:!. V"1J. ."v."fc "
- i.,.- :, intnr or rices ; 10 ioost aner-rou
tJ. uUine .affalra. Several of the of-
wuiv-u iucj were iiuiui boucu i .
- ,nw . fc-.n-wUices. will-he entirely closed and
no preieuoo uiaue ui ancuuuiK iu
WASHINGTON. July 15. (By
the Associated Press.) Exemp
tion from .federal taxation of in
comes '.of 5,0 00 or less, and ".the
abolition of all so-called nuisance
taxes was urged by Representative
John W. Summers of Washington
in a statement today. Eliminatiod
of i miscellaneous taxes, he said.
SEATTLE, July. 15. (By the
i Associated Press. ) Overpowered
by a city fireman as he was about
to jump from the roof of a 10
story, building here today, Ben
arreu, 30, wno said he was a
farmer of eastern Washington,
was prevented from taking his
life. He was held in Jail.
Police expressed a belief that
MISSOULA. Mont.. July 15.
The Kootenai," Kanlksu and Pend
O'Reille forests in western Mon
tana and northern Idaho are being
swept by scores of dangerous fires
that are threatening ranehes and
towns. The situation is the most
menacing, in Tecent years, accord
ing to information received at dis
trict headquarters-here today. The
hot, dry -weather of the past five
days has put. the forests in a tin
der-like condition so that with the
least. wind small fires grow rap
idly. ' . -.- - !
Fires today made terrific head
way in .several localities, most of
them being crown fires and defy
ing the efforts of several hundred
men to stop their, advance. Rang
ers and officials are being trans
ferred from many .other sections
.to the danger area, to assist la
combatting the blazes..
Other fires are burning in the
Custer forest, in eastern Montana,'
which thus . far has been consid
ered practically 'fireproof."
In the Kanikau forest, along
the Idaho-Washington northern
boundary, 50 fires are humingj
One has a front of three miles and
already has burned over 900
A fire in the Pend O'Reille for4
est, to the east , of the Kanikau
in Idaho, has burned over 2,000
acres and Is the largest fire in the
The Granite creek fire, in the
Kootenai forest south of Libby,
Mont., has again jumped control
lines and has burned over 900
acres, according to the last report
received tonight. -- '
Fires, most of them caused from
recent lightning storms, have'beea
reported in practically every sec
tion of district No. 1. !
By CLARK KIMNA1RD
Central Press Staff Correspondent.
' DAYTON. Tenn., July IS John
Thomas Scopes Is sick of it all.
He wishes the trial was over. He
Is tired of the role of martyr. Each
day addr to his
hearted, are be
ginning to pity
Scopes .must pn-
.ry men on trlaU
for' m u rder
When eonrt ad-'
have a nice.1
i : . . V
Xestimonr of Zoology Pro-'
fessor Is Offered inTria
' of Thomas Scopes
Com pet en ry of Scientific TesU
;monj. hj WItnesa Will be
Debated , by Counsel In.
DAYTON, Tenn.. July 15. (By
the Associated Press.) Argument
as to the competency of "eeientlfle
testimony1 In the case of John T.
Scopes,' accused 'of violating the
state" antf-evolatton law, will be
made in the court room here 'to
morrow.' The state had rested Us
case and one scientific witness.
Dr. Maynard' M. Metcalf, former
professor of xoology at Obertln
college, Ohio, waa on the witness
stand lor. the defense when court
adjourned late today.
His testimony, however, haa
not been made a part of the record
tor prosecution attorneys voiced
objection when questions concern
ing evolution were asked him and
would result in a direct saving Farrell was suffering from men
or $170,000,000 annually to tax- tal trouble and was influenced by
payers: Mr.1 Summers also would the suicide of John H. Mcintosh.
reduce surtaxes,' but was not pre- j manager of the federated Indus-
pared to suggest a maximum fig- tries of Washington, who jumped
ure. As a member pf the house 1 from the'ninth floor of a Seattle
appropriations committee he said building yesterday. Farrell said
the administration will be given he had been drinking.
mil cooperation in keeping down The fireman grabbed the man
expenses and furthering tax re-1 while making an Inspection of the
auction. I roof of the building.
THE SINEWS OF WAR
CHESTER BALL MAY DIE
FROM FRACTURED SKULL .
iJairge Seven Passenger. CarCraah
' ee Into Freight -Train- at -
''. i -:":.-"': Crossing'
SENTENCE IS. CONFIRMED
lonelv cell to ran
ly9 TP?? back tp, .. and
solitude In which to bathe their
'souls-and nerves. Scopes is tree
to .go;Where he likes. But there Is
no place he can go for peace. He
wanders In the streets, starred at
pr pursued. .: - 1 V
His temper la short. His attor
neys appear to be vexed with him J tae nTy reUred
ii un' Miuwiy, i Defense attorneys then were
cltement has changed him In some I permitted t6 ask jjr jietcalf quea
respects. He U accused of being tlons conCerning the subjects he
up stage." This is not true. In has tnade his life study;-
spite of these changes, he sull Is s When his examination-has been
John .Thomas Scopes, high school I completed the attorneys will argue
teacher, uncomfortably playing a the competency of such testimony.
role quite beyond his histronlc I This was - expected tomorrow.
capablltles. I Whether the court would give his
- He lives in the Bailey boarding decision at once or defer it to a
house, in Market street, two blocks later ' court day, -was not known.
from the courthouse. He rented Jpdge John T. Raulston said to
the room when he came to Dayton night he has abandoned his prac
in I ate August, 1924, fresh from tlce of .'answering questions:
a university. It M on the second Dr. Metcairs testimony win be "
floor and its triple-framed" window heard In the absence pf the jury
looks out through oak and maples as a' test to . show the' line along
at the courthouse tower. The room which the defense hopes to pro
eontalns an iron bed, a wash- ceed. to. "which emphatic objection .
stand and his trunk. He keeps s made by the state., Eyery in
his clothes In a cloeet. The closet djcatlon pointed to a hard tight
is in disarray. There Is no table ?f th court on the question.
In the room. There was one, but The" defense hopes ttf prore by
he- told 4ils landUdy - that she Metcalf and other scientific
could put it m anotner room, xor vi.i.im5i.n BO aiu iw-
someone else might need it more, tween evolntlon theories .tad-"
He reads his how TOluminous mall Christianity. One of the. que-
sitting on the bed, which sinks tloM kd the witness this after.
down a foot or more with the "r. ' .V. ..t , . uTa Ili
tiw iwiuiea ne i now a
SAILOR GUILTY OF MAN
SLAUGHTER GIRL KILLED
member of the Congregational
church and formerly was a men
clntlnn nnr RlfVrMll Tho far
. l ne aaiem iiorary win. ue ciuhcu
all day; The Willamette Grocery
Tax! company here, and, is said to
en. The car was .reduced to c0,mpanf; 18 "U? clei5s
with a big picnic at Stayton. The
caravan will leave at 9 o'clock
matchwood by the impact, and the
occupants escaped miraculously.
cnester pall, or paiuton. ore- " . v
son. is. thA man who is lnlured
seriously. It I thought that he AlO ASKED FOR NATIVES
has a fractured skull and serious
internal injuries. .One of the wom
en suffered a broken leg and se-
vere cuts. ; The' - other girl was
badly cut on 'the thigh and may
bave internak injuries. -The
wreck occurred about 1:15
FLU EPIDEMIC THREATENS Td
WIPE OUT ' VILLAGE
. SEATTLE July 15. (By As
sociated Press). Subscriptions of
food- and money will, be asked of
Seattle citizens to aid a natives of
The train had stopped to switch I the Bristol. Bay region in Alaska,
and was just beginning ttb start north of the Aleutian islands,
when th automobile stYuck it, - - where eight' persons'.are .reported
The machine hit the boxcar at to .have died from Influenza, it
an. angle; .Members qt the .train was..apnounced today: - ;
crew stated 'that the' large auto' A message from Bishop T. T.
was traveling at an approximate Rowe of the Protestant Episcopal
speed of 45 miles an hour. . The diocse of Alaska,. to, A. H. Hortoh
dffver evidently did' not see the here, said that the epidemic was
train: untlt within I O.feet of it and j sweeping .Fort vYukon and that
then. made desperate attempt) to j more than 200 cases of influenza
swerve to one side. The train was ( had .been reported there. : Fort
moving slightly. The auto .was! Yukon-is on the Yukon river at
pahed oaly-elght-feet-before- the the- - Arctic- circle;- - Nurses-' and
train waa brought -to a stop." V; medical relief are to be sent there
jThe' wreck jwas, Investigated , by
EheMff Hooker' of Polk county, NEW. CLASH REPORTED
When it- was found that Salem
people were involved. Officers Ol-' PEKING, July 16. (By Asso
sen and-Vlctor-of -the-Salera de- dated- Press): Civil-4 war- has
partmenf visited the accident. The j broken out In : the province of
injured people' were brought tot Szechuan, where 'the governor,
local; hospital by the Golden am General Yang -Sea, i-attacking
bTilance.oI-SaJem and a-DaUas am
bulance. - - : '
Ng information was available
from the Salem hospital,: ;
iral generals-near Chungking
Honan forces have entered the
province of Shensi and are ad
vaating on Sianfu.4
" iiii . " m ' r in i 1 1 i i
. mr iu: ;
OLYMPIA, July 15. (Asso
ciated Press.) Conviction . of G.
W. Nicholes. a sailor in the United
States navy, of manslaughter In
connection with the death of Min
nie Flem on Stadium ' Way, Ta
coma, in the early morning of
August 28, 1924, was affirmed to
day by the supreme court. The
reviewing court, however, referred
the case back to the Pierce county
court in order that the, wording of
the sentence might be made to
conform with statutory provisions.
While the statute specifically
provides for ar sentence of "not
more .than 10t years' for man
slaughter, the trial court made the
sentence read; "from 15 to 20
years" a technical error, which did
not warrant granting a' new' trial,
It was held." 4
Minnie Flem's death followed" a
chance acquaintance which she
and a girl companion picked tip
with two sailors at a public dance
court records show. The Jury
found that the girl's death result
ed .from a. blow on the chin dealt
by Nicholes In a struggle with. her
The girl's neck was broken.
HARRIS WILL NOT RUN
EUGENE JUDGE.- WILL NOT
i SEEK SENATE ELECTION
weight .of Ills "body, and. puts his
body in an uncomfortable position.
The tatkroom is on-the first h u fl iw
floor, and likely as not, when he nTe sal(1 - . v v
comes out.atter hU morning dous- The 'case moved rapidly afte
ing. he finds reporters barring hla reaching the stage of actual tesa-
way to the stairway. He objects mony. The first witness took hll
to the intrusion. Later the same place on the stand at the second
reporters meet him on the street session of the fourth court dsy.
and he speaks to them as pleasant- The" more or less neglected Jury
ly as he speaks to aayone else: was brought Into the court room
John T. Scopes hasn't .had s after an extended period of ex
"regular girl" In Dayton. In the elusion. A plea of "not guilty
last two months he has been seen was entered for Scopes by one of
frequently with Mildred Taylor, a n" attorneys, the Jury was sworn
and at last wat actually a Dart of
(CoutUiMd ps 2) I the case.
i The ' jurymen .heard - Walter
WhIter superlnten4ent of schools.
two school. boy students of Scopes.
W. V.. 8. .APPEARS BEFORE 1 afl F E. Robinson, chairman.of
COMMISSION ON JULY SOf lne board of education, testify for
me. state., They saw "a civic bi-
Two railroads are affected kTlolsr- by George W. Hunter, and
orders of, the public service com- Bible introduced In evidence,
mtminn The firnr of thn aot.l The state rested and the defense
July 80, at Mt. Angel, for hearing ?,Ied DJr- Metcalf as its first wit-
with thn WillamettA Valler flonth.l "O" oojection came Trom
ern railroad which is seeking to Attorney General "A. T. Stewart as
abandon its 'line .between Kaylor the w,tne waa led through a de
and Mt, Angel. Uiled account of his scientific ae-
The;seconi t .ders W. S. Bar-l -T '..'. ..
state as to the admlssabllity of
RAIL HEARING IS SI
PORTLAND. July 15 Judge
Lawrence' T. Harris 'of Eugeae for
mally announced today' that he
would not be i-candidate for the
United States senate in the pri
mary election, next spring, when
Robert K. Stanfleld. present jun
ior, will seek fenomination." f
i r have given the matter care
ful consideration for some Ume,"
eaid the ex-justice of the state su
preme court, "and I cannot see my
way clear at the present time' to
be a candidate for ' the United
States senate or for any other of
fice." t - . : ' '' 1
Judge Harris indicated that' af
ter 19 years of public service he
saw the necessity of gett'ng up a
private practice in' order to pro
vide a competence for later years
of his life. ;".
CTIANNEL .SWni STARTED
BOULOGNE,' rrance. July If
(By Associated Tress.) Miss
Lillian Harrison', Argentine1 swim
mer, began her attempt to swim
the Lngltsh channel this morning,
entering the water at Cape Crla
Nex at 4:2? a.a. '-- -u
operations on the line between
Jacksonville and Medford until a
hearing, is .held. The order was
Issued, upon complaint of. the
Jacksonville chamber of - com
It was finally agreed to exclude
( (Ct;DBs par s) ',
QILCASE IS AFPEALEO
LDOHENY8- TRANSFER TRIAL
rf TO .IHGIIER COURT:
LOS .ANGELES. Jnly 13. fnr
Associated . ,Prrsa.) The govern
ment's' flghr for conceHatlon 'of
leases .of the, Dobeny oll iaterests
UNION WORKERS CLASH
DISPUTE OVER POLITICS IS
WAGED' IN ASJjEMjiLY 1
ABERDEEN, Wash.. July 15.
Af brisk battle over the creden
tials of Martin J. Flyxik. sUte
tinirf.n. 9 ..r.t. j.i.., I ..... . f
. wl uclVsv l m io jiar jiiijs naval u reserve
i.w tyuw Mine w.qraers Kera county, California. waj to
union. and re-dedicated to. a. fight day transferred ' to the Uarci
for the ratification-of the national States " cirfrft rnnrt-of r--
.child labor amendment, were out- District 'JafUa. Paul J. McCcrnick.
'"""""J ign oi .loaay-s who recently decided the trUl In
sessions of the Washington .State faror of the government.' graatel
Federation of Labor convention, the moUon of the Dobeny cors-r
Flyxik was bitterly denounced tor an appeal, fixing appeal bo
by MlsaAllce Lqrd, chairman of t $380,07)0'. while" the' orrn
the credentials committee, for ment -filed-a- petition for a cress
having supported .Governor -Hart- appeal. - - - -ley,
for governor Instead f Ed- ' By order of the trlal-'coart all
ward ' Clifford, endorsed - by the l record f the case were order ed
1924 convention of the federation.
Miss Lord declared that -he had
sold blmaelf for office,, but II. J.
Alsop. a delegate f .the United
Mine Workers, declared that the
federation had no right to govern
the political actlcn of any member
or to. bar any delegate because of
his ' political affiliation. ' Flyxik
withdrew, his own credentials be
cause of a. technical' objection that
he l3.not "now an active member
of the Mine WcTWers uaioa.
tof the appeal court.
- The -'governmeatEs- mala ob
jection 'in tlepetiUon for cro??
apreI centered -on-the order of
the" court" tbat the Dobeny Inter
esU: -sbcnld: be raid-'and allowed
credits t&t coney which tL-y. bare
actually. expended la tLe cciilr uc
tion of storage facilities for crude
oil prodacta at Pearl Harbor, V,-
wa!l. xzit tts a!
ments of April arl