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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1919.
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Nw fork. Nov. 27. (United Press)
,, i.iiok legislative Investigating ) ings near Frederick,
committee Wednesday refused to allow is requested by the Oregon & Califor-
State House Briefs.
Fred G. Buchtel, chairman of the
public service commission, has been
named a member of the program com
mtHiiA nt thA Pnlmnhln Rnin branch
of the national safety council, accord
ing to information received here
Hazel Leonard and B. Stone are
Resolutions of dissolution were filed
by the Highland Ditch company ol
Warhic, Or., and the Evans Creek Lum
ber company of Grants Pass.
theiSteeI Strikers Are Still
Confident Of Winning Out
TROOPS REACH RIOT SCENE.
The abolshment of two grade cross-
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 27. Reports
submitted to the national committee of
Bogalusa. La.. Nov. 28. Approxim- , " -
. . fbo QtrilfAra nrA "well on their
way to victory and the strike will be
continued until their demands are
met," it was stated authoriatively at
William Z. Foster's office today.
ately two hundred troops commanded
by Colonel Shiplton arrived here to
day from Fort Morgan, Ala., for pos
sible riot duty and to prevent a re
currence of Saturday night's outbreak
in which three labor leaders were
shot and killed.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY.
n..iiiv Meld Malone. prominent New
Tork ttorney and former collector of
the port of New York, to complete his
voluntary testimony before the com
mittee. fuf4? a tumultuous session of the
committee which had been hearing tes
tlraony of Ludwlg C . A. K. Martens,
"ambassador" from the soviet govern
ment of Russia, Asesmblyman McOilll
(rot ordered Malone off the stand after
Assistant Attorney Charles B. Newton
had accused Malone of attempting to
insult the committeemen.
First Remark Protested.
Malone appeared before the commit
tee and asked to be allowed to make
a statement, which he said was due
him following testimony .given yester
day by Martens, who said Malone had
accepted $1000 for legal advice given
the "soviet ambassador."
Malone was sworn and accorded the
nrivileee of testifying as a "voluntary
witness." He had not finished his
first sentence before Newton sprang to
his feet and shouted to him to stop.
Malone had started his statement
with: "I come as a taxpayer, a citizen
and a member of the bar to denounce
the immoral, cowardly and un-Amer-'
lean conduct of this investigation by
your counsel and the -attorney gen
"Wait a moment. Tou must not
continue these remarks," shouted New
ton, his face flushed.
Tilt Grows Heated.
- "Tou have no right to interrupt.
Only the chairman has. If what I say
Is not true, the committee has full
right to examine the facts," returned
Assemblyman McGllllgott: "Tou
oould at least be polite to the- attorney
- general. Tour attitude is discourteous
to the committee."
Malone: "The attorney general In
sinuated in questioning Martens yes
terday that t had missued political in
fluence and I now demand an oppor
tunity to explain the true facts."
Newton: "A courteous was extend
ed Malone in making the statement.
The manner lir which he started show
ed he did not want to explain but to
Insult the commltoe.
MoOlllitrott to Malone: "Leave the
stand. Tou are here to agitate and
not to explain."
Insihts on Hearing.
i "'I em not agitated, but determined,''
"Your opening statement does not
warrant further courtesy. Please step
down," shouted McGllllgott.
"I insist I be given a hearing. I
have already given a statement to the
press." ploaded Malone,
"We have had enough but of you,"
mid McOilllgott. "
"You will hear more .out .of me av
ion it is over if you continue theso In
sinuations are now under way in
Copenhagen between representatives
of Great Britain and Lltvlnoff, soviet
representative, "regarding the question
nia railroad company in an applica
tion filed with the public service com
Requisition papers were issued
Wednesday by Governor Olcott on the
governor of California asking for the
return to Oregon of Eugene Butcher
wanted In Jackson county on a
charge of grand larceny. Sheriff C.
E, Terrill of Jackson county who was
here to obtain the requisition papers
left Immediately for Los Angeles,
where Butcher is being held in jail.
The appropriation of eight second
feet of water from Teal creek by the
ctiy of Monmouth for a municipal wa
ter supply, was approved by the state
engineer's office Wednesday. The pro
ject involves the construction of a pipe
line ten miles long at a cost estimated
Applications were filed with the en
gineer's office Wednesday as follows.
J. C. Yeager of The Dalles cover
ing the appropriation of water from
Eight Mile creek for irrigation pur
David S. Conrad of South Beach,
Lincoln county, for the appropriation
of wuter from a small unnamed stream
tributary of Yaquina may for domes
tio purposes and the irrigation of a
B. L. Disbro of Meadow covering the
appropriation of water from Howard
creek for the irrigation of a small
tract in Crook county.
W. E. Mooney of I'roapoct covering
the appropriation of water from Red
Blanket creek for the Irrigation of
tract of land near Prospect, Jackson
Tho Supple Investment company of
Portland capitalized at $50,000 filed
articles of incorporation with the cor
poration department here Wednesday.
The Incorporators are Joseph Supple,
L. E. Crouch and John R. Supple.
Articles wore also filed by the Ore
gon Investment company of Portland,
capitalized at $25,000. L. J. Barber,
llUilS REPORTED TO
BE BLOCKING PEACE
By Coil D. Groat
(Hulled Press staff correspondent)
Borlln, Nov. 27. Strong pressure
Is being brought to bear, on the Ger
man government to force refusal of
the entente protocol, providing en
forcement of the peace treaty, it was
Tho democrats particularly desire
Ihia refusal, It was learned. Thoy ob
ject principally to the provisions re
quiring Germany to deliver certain
docks and shipping to the entente,
claiming even If France occupies a
larger part of western Germany It Is
' better than a surrender of shipping
facilities, which will paralyze the na
tion's maritime and industrial life.
Some democrats even predicted fall
of tho government if It yields to the
View In connection with the work
men's council law which gives work
ers a partial share in the management
of Industry this opposition appar
ently may render the government'a
France, In the opinion of the con
fidant democrats, is "whistling in the
dark" to keep up her courage since
American support vanished through
tbe senate's refusal to accept the
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You'll find Ladies' dress shoes, kid and patent
leather, that were $8, $9 and $10, at
Women's Horse Hide
Boots, 12-inch top, bellows tongue, lace, worth $8
and $9, Wednesday's price
Ladies' Brown Kid
Cloth Top Shoes, Military or French heels, reg
ular $10.00 and $12.00
Shoes, the regular $5 and $6 kind, Wednesday
fa's $9 and $10
Buck Calf Shoes
Black Calf Shoes, 10-inch
Men's $12 and $13
Brown Munson last Shoes
Mens $9 and $10 .
Heavy Work Shoes
Tan or Black High Top
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