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SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY; 23," 1925
PRICE FIVE CEIJT3
FISH COMMISSION LINE
FiNAL ACTION DELAYED
ANNUAL CORN SHOW
IS TANGLED ONCE MORE
- ON PARKING ORDINANCE
HAYES, OF BAY CITY, WILL
FEW COUNCILMEN- SHOW VP
WOl'LD SHORTEN ROUTE TO
SUCCEED KENDALL .
! PORTLAND . 15 MILES
FERED THKUlun uv.a i
FOR SPECIAL MEETING
: J I I '
a i IN B APA All na 1 x - .-..-.. . . ' t , , i ..
BIBLE CASE MAY GO
0 FEDERAL COI
Action for $20,500 Dam-
ages iur uniarnmaiion v
of Stream Is Ended
Pierce Denies Garland A nrmt nt-
ment rind 'Receives Inquiry' ":
' . With Surprise
Political lines in fish Vnmn.i.
I sion .affairs became tangled Wed-
ion Dollar Industry Is
Threatened According to :
JURY , OUT, 45 MINUTES ra,,. PROBE DEATH OF TROUT
i CAam cannery owner of Bay City,
i to succeed Senator a n naii n
Lrngthy Legal Battle Is Brought Tillamook, who resigned' , because Dr. Henry B. Ward and State
Full Information on Internal Coni
tmstion Engines to Be .
to Conclusion in 'Circuit "
Court; Many Cases
Game Warden Will Investi
gate ' Conditions
6f ineligibility, and thestatement
i by the governor that he had never I
appointed Senator S M. Garland
of Lebanon to the commission to
I succeed John ,C. Veatch of Port
land. . '
Nicholas Miller's suit for $20.- Ann,
1 r V. v . y. "B Pent of Hayes was the first intl
iwas lost in the circuit court Wed- motion tw eOM V ,
.nesday afternoon when a rerdict chosen to remain in the legislature be considered as seriously as It
,- .Cfcuw iur iu ueienaani. Instead of accepting the place on should be is that of stream pollu
Tbe jury was out -for about 45 th fish commission, the Attorney tlon. acco-d'.ng to Dr. Henry B.
minutes. Miller declared that general having ruled that he could Ward, be.d of the zoological de
sewage, emptied Into a creek run- not hold hoth nnsitinn tin h ,,v., th nn!vritv-of nii-
basj law. I nU ami ponsultinsr exDert for the
When asked who would succeed I United
Zoning Commission Plan Adopted;
Routine Matters Given
One of the gravest problems to
be faced by Oregon if the preser
vation of natural resources is to
ning through his property.
reuuerea ?n una unm-ior Use. Ttn, .VfiA ...,. .., ,T,f ',! KMan nf ftshrlea
T?!fKlldrf!? out !,rt f,Te Senator Garland. Governor Pierce for the past 30 years., pr. Ward
assumed ah attitude of . surprise J stopped in the city, for a' few mm-
denled the appointment. I utea last night with E. T. Averm,
Veatch, he said, is still serving on J newly appointed state game ward-
ine commission. en. en route to the fish hatcnery
I nt n&ir niiee where an investi-
other material in solution in the cent vIs,t to tiie state housej told gatlon will 'be made to find the
cause of " the 1 death oii: between
days, although at the start It was
docketed for only a day and a half and
on ine caienaar. ,
Miller declared that his land
was made worthless by gases and
water, and also alleged that the newBnanermen that T,la nnoint
sewer mains, running Into the eSt came-unsolicited. He did not
stream, "had increased the flow .of qualify for the ; position, waiting
I the creek to such , an extent that the ruling of the attorney gene
some ot his land was covered with rai m the Beals case, but visited
wateri " Part of the property is the office of the attorney general
j beaver dam land. Miller contend- to ascertain his status under the
edp! on which he places a valua- iaw He was not expected to qual
itlon of $1000 an acre. His attor- ify untii. after he had returned
ineys stated thaf the rental value from a trip to California. Veatch,
; of the farm is lost on account of the governor says; has not reslgn
jthe alleged sewage contamination. ed. There is no record at the ex
I Tbo attorneys for the city of ecutive office of Garland's ap
Woodburn demonstrated that all potntment. . V; ir v
iUD wwo uui me appomnnent ot Dotn .tseajs i n . . , nur- cRhrrv AP AIM
i through septic tanks vat-dlfferentl and Garland was announced fol- A LLUWo MOtU AUHIN
points in the city and that a tank lowing a protracted ' 'session be-
receiveS all waste f romhe small- tween Senator B. L. Eddy and the
er receptacles. This was denied governor,. that of Garland being a
by the plaintiff In his reply. y compromise, It was announced af-
l. Judge Percy R. Kelly, fin charg- ter the conference. ' '
lng:the jury, read the statutes per- A. Little is known here of the new
tain In g to the contamination of commissioner, who will hdldT office
streams, and also stated that If it until June 1, 1929. Beals suc
ceeded P.P.- Kendall of Portland
on the commission June 1, 1925.
5,000 and 10.000 trout dally.
Last year over 7,000000 trout
died at Diamond Lake and a good
many thousand died at the Oak
Ridge hatchery from an! unknown
cause. It is believed j that the
cause of this enormous loss is due
to some sort of poisoning from
stream pollution, but no definite
statement can be made until after
(Cooticned 09 pee fl)
ALLEGED SIiATER OF DRUG
" CLERK IS RECONCILED
Free rides, free, entertainment,
and full information on internal
combustion engines will" feature
the wnivft-nverland Dartv to ve
given Thursday and Friday nights
at 8 o'clock, by Vick Brotne
wtlivK-nvortand dealers, at their
display rooms at Trade and Hi
streets. , ,
The guest of honor and prla
cipal speaker of the evening Is
Lee R. Bryant, a,representative &f
Willys-Overland who has beei
closely associated lor a number of
years with IL J. Edwards, W. $.
Fisher, and A. C. Miller, orginal
engineers and designers of the
Willys-Knight engine, and has alA)
been with engineering : deparl
mentst leading motor oar manu
facturers for years. '. I
Mr. Bryant brings with him a
complete demonstration outfit of
cut-away and sectional engines
which how; In a most interesting
way 1 Just how sleeve-valves fun
tlon differently than others as
wells the new Overland six-cylin
der engine usedin.the new Over
land Six. .
"The Story of the Knignt" as
told by Mr. Bryant Is both enter
taining and Instructive. It deals
with the history, construction,
and advantages of the sleeve-valve
type of automobile engine. ', - He
makes it so simple with illustra
tion . and working models that
every motorist can readily under
stand even the technical points
which will help him to better un
derstand his car and keep it work
ing at the highest point of econo
my and efficiency.
After the entertainment and
ialk by Mr. Bryant, the general
public will be invited to ride
Evolution Case May Be Act
ed on From Different An-
gle; Suit Started
. Efforts Are Made to Have It Des
ignated State Instead of
j Slarket Road
. .The ordinance providing for
headon parking;, which - was to
have come top before the council
last night lor final adoption or re
jection, was not voted upon be
cause of the small number : of
aldermen attending the meeting,
The bill was laid aside until the
next' meeting in order that all of
the members of the council might
have the opportunity of voting
upon it, or as was suggested by
one alderman, be required to vote
on the bill.
DISRESPECT SAID TAUGHT
commission was passed.' The com
mission is to consist of the mayor.
ity attorney, ex-offlcio, and seven
other, members to be appointed by
the mayor. ' -
It will be the 'duty ot the com
mission to attend to all plans for
laying out streets, widening
was shown that -the plaintiff had
j taken1 no reasonable care to pre
i vent ; the property damage, this
j must govern them. In their verdict
1 In rendition-of damages.
ST0WAWAY TRIES DEATH
of the Miller case, the trial of the MA NEAR DEATll TN IIOSPI-
started. '. Due to the time lost in
the civil action, many other eases I ; ASTORIA Or.. July 22.-A. F.
CHICAGO, July 22. (By Asso
ciated Press.) For the second
Ume within a week Russell Scott
tonight, stood ! within the - shadow
of the gallows and announced
that he was placing alii his hope
"in the hands ot Almighty." ,
Scott, former Canadian finan
cier, sentenced to bang for the
murder of a drug clerk durfng a
hold-up in 1924 wa given a
week's reprieve by Governor Small
last Thursday night, six hours be
fore he was to have been executed
With less than 36. hours separat-
have been crowded off the'calen-j St. George, believed to be a de-
jdar and all possible speed will, be serter from the U. S. navy, , who ing him from death, Scott tonight
necessary In order to lear up the attempted suicide on the steamer Bald he believed he would escape
cases before the end of the month. Rose City while en route from San the gallows , if Robert' Scott, his
I Saturday will be motion day, when j Francisco "to , the Columbia-lrirer I accomplice in the hold-up, could
the calendar wilLbe rearranged.
PAPE DENIES CHARGES
FORMi:irJER3IAX VICE ICON
SVL HELD AS EMBEZZLER
Tuesday night, was taken to Stl
Mary's hospital here jr pn..arrival
of the Tessel at Astorlat 7 p. Hi. 1
Hospital authorities stated tonight
that he had a" chance for life. 3 i
Following "his death attempt St.
, George made vague statements to I
W.'F. Atkini, chief steward ot the
(Continued on page S.)
STATE POWER IS URGED
SHOULD HAVE CONTROL
be found. From the state's attor
ney's office came" the I statement,
"find Robert and we will hang
Mrs. Catherine Scott, the con
demned man's wife, visited him
again today shortly before the
VKiUAu, juiy zz. 1 By tne vessel, to the effect that he had in th Heath
Associaiea Jfress.i element j. 1 eotten lntn? trouhlA In the Philin-
Pape, former German vice consul pines and. that someone at the
, here and resident" manager of the Mare Island navy yard "has me
1 Shanghai Building company, who hynnotized." . -
was arrested .yeMcrday at Grants - St. George, who stowed Vway
Pass charged jrtth embewlemnt O0L the Hose City knd who wks
Lof between $60,000 and $70,000 put t0 work wa8nIns dishes after
from thereompany, declared when discovery soon after the ship
broughthere today "that Tie had pa8sed the Golden: Gate, made his
!lader 8CaPeat-1 : , death attempt Tuesday night. He
... This is the result of blackmail. wa3 found Dy chlel steward At-
intlmidation and malicious perse- kJnSr ho cauterizea his wounds
cutlon," br.aa4 atthe county jail and who'took 141 stftches in his
" BerB s ne n eu 01 ar- throat: using ' surgical needle
I found aboard, a pair of pliers bor
! rowed . from ' the radio operator,
and dental , floss lor thread.
WASHINGTON. , July : 2 ?ltBy
Associated Press.) Relinquish
ment of additional governmental
functions to the states was advo
cated today by Secretary Work as
one way to cut down the federal
budget. Some of the things now
done by the federal government
he said, the states cah do as well
or better. He did not go into de
I ."Authority should be central
ized In Washington," he con
tinned, "but responsibility for op
eration should be decentralised in
states wherever possible."
. He also proposed that du plica
tlon of effort among the bureau
in Washington be curtailed by
giving executive officials . author
ity, to discontinue such activities
as are found necessary. v
Many people In the Dayton dis
trict of Yamhill county are deeply
interested in a state road leading
south from Dayton to Salem over
1 what is generally known as the
River or Wallace road. Such a
Entire Business District of
Colorado. Town Is Sub
merged by Deluge
MANY- ARE j HOMELESS
Professors Declared to Have Cast I road, the Dayton people say, would I Thousands Prepared to Flee - for
Aspersions on Accuracy of
' tbe Bible; Proceedings
WASHINGTON, July 22. (By
AitsociatAd PrpsR. 1 An action
A bill providing for theappoint- wnlch maT throw the evolution
ment oi-a cuy planning ana zoning
I shorten the distance from Port
land to Salem by 15 miles, travel
ing on the West Side highway.
This road has already been des
ignated as a market road by the
county courts of both Polk and
Yamhill counties, as it passes
through not only a thickly popu
lated district, but also one of the
most prosperous sections ot the
Uvea; Train Marooned; An
other Flood Reported
TRINIDAD, Colo., July 22.
(By Associated Press). Trinidad
tonight is divided by the roaring
waters of Picket Wire river. Hun
dreds of lowland homes are flood
ed, : bridges wrecked, railroad
tracks washed out and heavy prop-
For several years there has
luun rrpa inlprM .in
structlon of a state road leading "ag has been, dont fol-
before 7 o'clock tonight.
question into the ' federal courts
for Judicial determination as to Willamette valley.
wneiner me teacning oi mis scien
tific theory inculcates disrespect
for the Holy Bible was begun here
today by Loren H. Wlttner, a gov
ernment employe. ' , t
The vehicle employed is a rider
to the 1925 District of Columbia
streets, platting of ground, erec- appropriation bill which provides
tlon of buildings and zoning ofdi- that "no part of this sum (for the
nances. I public schools) shall be available
The establishment of this com-1 for the salary ot any superinten- I pa-ifi- MtrWnv
. ... ' lit ! 1 1. 1 it, . u - I . . . . .. . . I "
muieeiu mM ipuaaiwi tua v- aeni wno permus tne engaging oi ... f Rnim i .,.
ventlon of the trouble laced by I any teacher who teaches disrespect I ,t. . . ...
Boston in Its narrow and crooked for the Holy Bible." 1!
streets, it is said. I The action ii in the nature of L- v -i . .
An ordinance prohibiting the -n lninctIon nroceedlne directed lr m.- -rr..u
stopping parking or leaving of at th, audItor and dl8ba;aing ortI. - ? D -
any vehicle on any tfridgfl . or ap- cer of the District of Columbia and lem made into a state road, a
proacn 10 any unVse uuiu i"" i Frank WThIte. treasurer of be ,Fin, fv tnrtt f i
lurpuraw iuuiw ui o-ieui auu ir UDltea states, to prohibit them l the north would travel south bynnaer ine imPcl ol iam wrreaw
u'uluu6. i rrom mating turiner payments oi i way of Newberg and Dayton to I uunureus ui irB .
uu me c -wu M1,ne, to.rrana w. uauou, su-1 Salem
I north from Salem over the Wal
lace road, not only from the fact
that the ' many people living In
that part of Polk county are en
titled to good roads but from the
tact that such a state road would
relieve the heavy traffic of the
At 8:20 o'clock tonight the wa
ter had begun to' Vecede some
what, but another heavy flood ot
water was reported descending to
ward the city from the Stonewall
mountain region, 40 miles west ot
the. city, where a cloudburst was
reported at about same time as
that In Trinidad. ; .-.
Tbe cloudburst occurred In two
sections, the first coming at six
o'clock followed by a major deluge
before seven o'clock. Retaining
walls ot the river banks broke
Ferry and State was passed. perlntendent of schools, and W. P.
The bill provides that vehicles I Hay. head of the department of
may be parked while they are be- biology and chemistry In the su
ing unloaded, loaded or to taice on preme court, issued a ruling on
passengers on the west side ot the two district officials. Daniel
Front between the restricted j. Donovan and James R. Lusby.
zones. and Mr. White, directing them to
A bill to repeal ordinance 377, appear July 28 to show cause why
providing fori the charging of a Jan injunction should not issue
$50 licence tee for steamboats against them.
docking at Salem, was passed.
This licence bill has been on the
statutes for a good many years
but has never been enforced.
The city recorder was instruct-
In his petition Wittner sets
bottom lands were
The Santa Fe railroad station
and the Harvey hotel were sur
rounded by water. Much trackage
in the railroad yards and along
right ot ways into the city was
washed out ...
The Denver and Rio Granda
..ill .A X 1 IJ IV.
Inntt rlnco ntrUn I tU city, was washed out and a pas
senger train due In from Denver
The main fact In favor of con
verting the Wallace and River
roads into a state road as far
north as Dayton is the fact that
the people living in the districts
adjoining the roads feel they are
entitled to better roads.
forth that he brings the suit In his IJl horU' rter 7 o'clocVI. marooned
vr xuaco Auuuak. several mllea from tn a rltv.
Vehicular and foot bridges In
(Continued n pas )
own right as taxpayer. After the
filing of the suit he ceclared he
was acting for himself. -He is rep
resented by B. M. Dolby and J. N.
Torvestad young ..Washington at-
DllwrcUMCWT 1C UADCU torneys.
I UIIIOIIIIIUlll l . linilWII r.n1ilnln h f& V.mI
ms 4a.twma.s.av aaaaai kuy ,av? ui v
differs widely from that tried at
BOBBY ' HURLBURT WHIPPED
WITH ROPE BY FATHER
SEATTLE. July 22. (By Asso- the city also were washed out
elated Press). Inspection of for- completely. Isolating the north. .
est fires by airplane in King. Sno- and south sides of the city, except
homisrand Skagit counties Tues- ror one gmau bridge which waa ,
day showed only three 'small Med by police. . ;
blazes, State Forest Supervisor old residents say the 'flood is
Tenn., Attorney Dolby "' , , , "T tbe wor,t ,tt taI c,tr Blnc 1,0'
mo vnp iu a pi.no puuxea oj wben all bridges were washed'
to interpret the words "disrespect I "" ol oel"- awir and hundreds of thousands
rA t.A tii niki. ii ... 4vi.l One fire In Skagit county has! nf Anuarm ni .rntMrt int Tnii
555 Marion, displeased his father 8hoaM aow an ,ntlnMe amount burned over 4.500 acres of logged one alf of the business mad resl-
of evidence from scientists. rellg-0" Ian1 ana Rreen limner, weu dentlal dUtrlcts tonight were sub
lous liberal fundamentalists.- the equipped crews df fire fighters merited. - y
clergy and educational leaders. . Bro 0".xa """V ' IT' rear ,s fe,t generally that the
In the Dayton case, he added. "a 11 " Lnc disaster may be heightened If tha
Diaze can oe comruuea.
Port Angeles today reported
Bobby Hurlburt. 9. who lives at I
Saturday and was severely beaten
with. a rope. Neighbors were
aware of the spartan punishment
and proceeded to notify the proper
f Vi n aMa aiim(a waa If a .t. (a i
When Bobby's father was haled sttLtnle had en vJolated and since
before the Juvenile court he was
given a reprimand and cautioned
flood reported cpmjng from the
mountains materializes. A special
admittedly it had been, the courts
were left to decide only that ques-
that a fire which started this poilce automobile left the city for
against repeating the peculiar type t,on and, thfl hJKher courtg would
Of punishment. ha vlthnnt Inrladlrtinn nn ! the
Bobby's little body was. badly qae8tlon as to whether the law U
brulsed by the lashing. His cries 8elf ,a ,n conllIct wuh the consti-
were neara over me neignoornooai tution.
morninr threatened a larce tract
of timber 'on the head of Pori Dis
covery bay. Three men were em
ployed to fight the flames.
the south to warn farmers and
neighboring townspeople to pre
pare to flee. ' , r -
The large steel Santa Fe bridge
! Advices from Belllngham stated -t j.nMO. thr. mile vnt of thl.
that seven forest fires were start-.,f , -..v, . nTi.y,K All
and the punishment did not cease In h,. nfttIt,on -crittner allerealed in the Mount Baker national --tvn(, tp... fcP .nr h.ld -t
I until he was unable to cry more. n specific Instances In which Bal- forest by a lightning storm, last Raton, New Mexico, and all west
THEY SHALL, NOT PASS!
000 ball. Pape was found by of
f leers working as a laborer In a
rock quarry near Grants. Pass. '
He said his' trouble resulted
from an attempt to cover up un
fortunate speculations by an offi
cer of the company who, he , said.
Is a wealthy resident of Shanghai.
Pape declared that several times
he had been promised immunity
if he would agree to admit that
he had stolen the money that the
company is -short.
Pape denied chaTges that , he
had been extravagant and had.
squandered money on a woman..
The : local-sheriff's department
has wired the IMare Island navy
yard regarding the man.1 .
MAN PIERCED BY; BOLT
LIGHTNING PASSES FROM
HEAD TO FEET- OF FARMER
1 BOZEMAN. Mont.. July 22.
Lee T. Cushing, prominent ranch
er of Gallatin county, was' instant
ly killed by lightning' ahis ranch
IRON FALLS ON T YOUTH
STEEL MASS KILLS BOY home slx mlles south of Bozeman
thtn ' afternoon at' 2:30 o'clock.
II UGK PILE OF CONSTRUCTION rllfe ohe of the worst rain
storms of the season.
Mr. Cushing yas returning from
an Inspection of a field of peas,
which had been damaged by hall a
few' hours before when he .was
stricken down-C An" ugly wound
in the head showed where he was
struck and a hole in the bottom
of one of s his feet Indicated the
bolt passed completely through
his body. He was leading a saddle
horse at the time, but the animal
SEATTLE, July 22.- (By Asso
ciated Press), Douglas Fairwea
ther, a student at the University!
of Washington,- was instantly
killed hera Jate 'today when hei
burled under a mass ot piled steejl
at the Pacific Coast 6teel com
pany. . ' "'
With J. D. Murphy, foreman of
the yard crew oT the concern,
two rows of piled steel. Suddenly as no lniur!d' r
the steel began sliding in their
path, burying, the. tyouth under
tons of the heavy material. Mur-
COUGAR ATTACKS HORSE
phy miraculously 'escaped.
KELSO. Wash., July 22. (By,
Associated Tress. A - telephone
.-w' .nrvEi. message recufru ixtc
claH tM-. "Furnish. Ifleariy aniea; a noie ui, -v".
v" v"7, LmlH.f Camn No. 4. near
young cnuie starter in me - , " V
cific Coast Coal , company's mine Ryderwood today. Tracks . lndi
t ..-.aM. w. rnwn- cated the animal wes very large.
pa t,.- - o 7Aft ft Hunters, with dogs are tracking
kclpw cround. , I the cougar.
r Vrr (O anVothera
' ' "
WILBUR CORRECTS IMPRES-
! SION GIVEN PORTLAND
lou and Hay either teach or per-JBi8nt
mlt tn ha tanrht matter nntra-l i
dieting the literal words ot the FLEET POLICY REMAINS
uioie. tie reierrea aireciiy 10 u.
W. Hunter's biology, cited in the
Dayton trial, as one of the; ap
proved text books In the Washing
ton high schools, and said this and
other text books conflicted with
the Scriptural text.
One of the specifications typical
of the construction of all says:
'Plaintiff further avers that said
Ballon permits the teaching of the
physics from the approved iexjt
books In the public schools of the
bound trains, were held up here:
LONGEVITY IS DISCUSSEP
PROPERLY" BALANCED LIFE
NECESSARY, DOCTOR SAYS;
(Continued oa pl S.)
AUSTRA LI AN CITIES PLAN .A
-CELEBRATION FOR MEN
': There is no change pending In
the Pacific naval policy, Secretary
of the Navy Wilbur said yesterday
during a brief stop In the city in
order to correct the wrong impres
sion that arose from his remarks
' "The eleven 'ships in Pacific
waters will continue in the Pacific
and bases will remain at San
SEATTLE, July 22. (By Asso
ciated Press.) Longevity
Hereditary, Dr; Le welly "Franklin
Barker of Johns Hopkins univer
sity, asserted in 'a lecture under
the auspices of the public health
league of Washington here to
Dr. Barker spoke on means ot
Pedro. San Tifero Ran Francisco I preventing pre-mature old age. A
U. SL FLEET WELCOMED and Pnget Sound aa they have for Property balanced life. Including
Team" nn naid. "Tne midsniD-1 "-".ure. ihimuuu
man aauadron comnosed of the nd food In correct proporUons U
New York, Arkansas and Utah will
go to the navy yards npon leaving
Astoria and be modernized."
MELBOURNE, July 23. (By
Associated Press.) The - United
States fleet today found harbor
in Australian waters.
One detachment entered Mel
bourne harbor this morning, while
another was received at Sydney,
N. S. W. Arrival ot the two 'sec
tions of the fleet was the signal
for extensive, celebrations of, the
American visit at both Vl ties.
Melbourne was ready. The most
elaborate reception arrangements
had been completed, with no de
tail overlooked. Lengthy,artlcles
appeared. In today's newspapers
warmly welcoming the fleet. Mes
sages from "high officials of loth
state and federal governments and
the best recelpe for staving off
the Ills of age, he said. Care of
the teeth and treatment of ton
sils and adenoids In children also
. a. - a
SOLDjER ASKS DECREE '..VuXrV.T-
HUSBAND LISTED AS DEAD J
I WIFE MARRIES AGAIN
SPOKANE. Wash,. July '22-
PRESS NOTICES .BANNED
William O. Perry today asked the EXTRADITION OF tRl&ONCT.3
superior court here to .grant him
a divorce . from the wife in Eng
land who haa thought him dead in
battle for the last 24 years.
V Pnrrv un In hi oetltlrrti that
was called to the colors and
WILL BE KEPT BECRUX
t OLYMPIA, Wasn., July 22.
Breaking a precedent, ef long
standing, information on extradi-
ent to South Africa soon after his tlon papers authorizina- tha ino.e-
marnage. v nen ce rernea w neat of prlsoaeT8 to ani from th
his home In Birmingham. Eng.. I . . ... . . j .
the lord mayor of Melbourne also lnree yeara after he waa wound- "le wul not be lrtn 0Bt to tlie
were printed. The Victorian tar-ed . action in the Boer war and iPf8 t the executive offices la
llament stands adjourned for three 0f ricLally reported dead." hejthe future, It was learned today,
weeks to enable its members to found nla wlfe had remarried. -. In expUIning Governor Hart-
aand. eTneons were conveyed by "! "J0? 'V L" lT iF I Wltn4 th er. A. II.
. i wuucrcu uu u l umaai ana ine
States, he say,
the coming ot the big. gray war
ships. An aerial demonstration
waa a anprucn ir mainre nr tne I i
Gardner, his secretary, stated that
the governor felt that publication
of the information ril-it enabia
accomplices c-f depperif- cr!ilaa!j
to arrange in advance for the d -
Hvery of their comrades frpo th?
o "...w.,r. coeiooy oi omcers wnw in tr"-
ana pnnaninroiHsi or liavernui.
CHARLES W.TIATON TJIES
TACOMA. Wash., July 22
city welcome to. the visiting P"111 ',dde,y l? FhiT
ships. . .
. . . f t . . i , mqu i taninrnmBr nr MiYirn i I . m .... . i , . . .
A inreaicnea siriice oi sireeii- ...... . jumr me requisitions arr
, .-j . . j.. I MHIL. hpm laat ntrht telilU h .w. .
car operaiiTei wm iicnra iuuay i -. --o-- - iMUW mcj are luaue a metier r:
when the moderate unionists re-wa sitting in an arm chair read- public Tecord la the office of t!
. . ..... ... I In. V . k A . VI. I I I . ...
fuwd to participate m any strHLei,4J " l "l kb j "weiary oi state, it was Z''-r
during the Ile?Vs TUit, ,,i., u f. , t. wws. put.