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FOR NOVEMBER, 1919
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Only Sulcm Member Audit Bureau
STAND IN CASE1
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U nniivunvLi; "nan H ra . r-T-
Three Killed And Many Hurt
In Disorders Growing Out
Of Socialist Demonstrations;
NO. 286.---TEN PAGES.
SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1919
Ity llulj'li Tiinicr
(l!l,U,.,l I'l-CHH fctntf Correspondent.)!
Mexico City, 1"'. 2. Tho Mexican!
teverniriont has not changed Its attl
mdn lu Ihe JotrtVltiB case.
I I. Ij .le.litruHon wa made today by
llilarlo .Medina, nouns iorcijtu minis
ter, In - fKcliinlvo Interview with
lT.il 1 1'rosH.
.."Sln ffXXX STuS Steps Being Taken To Make
tud States," Htll Medina. "Wo outlined
tl. facts then, nnl they arc tin-
tin tir-t'1. It Is true relations nro dell
niii', tint thoy are not ho iJvilii'.ul us tu
,:uih'c n break. I h not think thoy
i,ru beyond the poBKlliillty of an unil
Opinion Im llcwrved.
1 .(IHUI Willi IK" n II'MClM! UJI..1...U
regarding tho latest American note
i .vlileh reiterated that William (. Jen
kins, American consular agent, must
) released from tho Puobla Jnll). Ho
,,,nl.l not Indicate Mexico's roply, ho
t.nid. because It would only follow tho
carcftillost deliberation hut ho express- construction message'
LODGE WOULD SEVER
ALL RELATIONS WITH
Effective Some Legislation
As Urged By Wilson In An
nual Message Yesterday.
Washington, Dec. 3. A concurrent "I charge that the Mexican embas
resolution directing President Wilson sy in Washington, the Mexican consul
to sever air diplomatic relations with generals in New York and San Fran
Mexico Immediately and withdraw this Cisco and consuls along the border are
governments recognition of Carranza constantly stirring up revolution and
wa introduced today in the senate by bolsheviki ideals," Fall declared.
Senator Fall, New Mexico. "Carranza. is behind this propaganda."
Fall's resolution also would put con- Senator Shields declared that a res-
gress on record as backing up the olution by Senator Ashurst, directing
state department's action in the Jen- the war department to send troops to
The resolution was referred to the
foreign relations committee.
Fall declared that evidence has been
Uy I.. C. Martin
(l.'nilcd Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, Doe. 3. Steps were be
ing taken today to make effective at
once some of the recommendations
President Wilson :,,u2'", his "re
ill the belief that tno American gov- Much of the necessary legislation is
eminent, wiih misinformed regarding already ponding, having been intro
thu olrciiniKlnncru of tho Jenkins case duewt luM session and caught In the
ii nil liilsundorHtood Mexico's position. Jam created by the treaty,
The minister paid ho wished to mnko
the border did not go far enough and
that it should be changed to declare
war on Mexico.
'For the last five years there has
obtained that will astound the cuuu- been ample cause for us to go to war"
try whon It Is produced.
Foreign Minister Says Deris
ion On Jenkins Affair Re
mains Unchanged; Situation
Is Admitted Delicate.
Secretary Of Treasury Says Government Books To Show
Red Balance At End Of Fiscal Year And tnonae m
$1,500,000 Probable Next Year; Figures Incomplete
As Congress May Appropriate More Millions.
By Ralph F. Couch -
(United Press Staff Correspondent) :
ixru;l tw rv A deficit of more than three
billion dollars will show on the .taMte LS?SS
on Juune 30, 1920, the close 01 me cuneuu J
Jetary of the Treasury Glass estimated in his annual re
port to congress loaay.
Not All Virtue
MAN AND 111 HELD
ON WHITE SLAVERY
CHARGE HERE TODAY
By t'amtllo Clanfarra
(United l'ress Staff Correspondent.)
Rome, Dec. 2. (Night.) Three
persons have been killed and at least
a dozen injured, many severely, in
rioting resulting from socialist demon
strations at the opening of the chamber
of deputies Monday.
Carabines upon l ire.
A defielt of one and one-half billior
looms for the next fiscal year, Glass
All tho figures given by Glass are
estimates or forecasts of conditions,
which, according to knowledge at hand
will prevail six months and a year and
n. half hence. Congress, nowever, mu
'use them In revamping tax laws as
I suggested In President Wilson's mes
sage and In paring nppropnauuna.
Detailed Report Made.
sto.ttnir with a balance of $1,002,-
732 042 In the treasury at the close of
business June 30, 1919, Glass' figures
ere summarized as follows:
COAL SITUATION IS
ASSUMING SERIOUS .
ASPECT; EAST COLD
fired on Carabiners who returned tno close yr.
fire, killing one and wounding six.
Rome was placarded tonight witn
Glass tagged as "incomplete"
At 9 o'clock this morning police re-
ceived a phone call. It was an excited! . vio,at.
Here is the reconstruction program I woman's voice that rang in Sergeant I. 1h M.nn wihte slave act, and
lain that Iho Mexican (tovernment is the president recommended as It standj llurry N Rowe's ears. She said tha I the state law prohibiting the contmis-
H.-.1 licensing Consular Agent Jenkins, today: ,, v, ,,, hr hnmt slon of an immoral act, Karl West,
but that tho coup ivas one Instituted In Budget ' 32. an(j pearl Clevlnger, 15, were In
the local courts nt Pueblii and that tho ; Tho house has passed the Good bill, at once, uimeuiini; wru u..- I the city Ja,ll this afternoon. They were manl(fcHtoa ,,raigmg Bolshevism and
dcclstlmi rested With thorn. . creating a budget mireau unoer presi- ueneu, i (arrested in a local roonmiB urging workers to establish Soviets.
i..iiiv in tbn contention that the dontlal direction and an independent Summoning a taxi Sergeant Roweiwhere it is claimed they have been winronee loyalist and socialist
belonged to tho federal vonrt Mc auditing system. A resoitmon cnmi- hastene(1 t0 the number mentioned 'residing as man ana wue m
,11,',;, sl,l there wns a possibility It natlng the seven appropriation com- , t- He rang th weeks by '".'
would go thorn but that tho qucallon ol mltt. es of the house and substituting Parklnson answer- son and PoliCe Wtttroa S '
1, Isdletlon would be decided hv the one committee will be considered as door tell and Allie Parkinson answer ly nftev noon. ,
vi..... v n,,i inUisB thn liiKliret ert. Ke was calm mere seemeu iv , rMef or police varney inuuinirai.-.,j , .,,,
supreme court, u ins was inc mm ...... ,.- " ' . " .... ' C-' tn vo-st Assistant United .B" ""- "J , h . f .hR war tai . law under?:
bill, uepreseniauvu uuuu, v....... nave Peen n0 caiainuj unci nu. .o.ciji...- - i Florence, in numo ; ---- v
,mn of the budget committee, said to- That man oyer there.. an(1 she States District Attorney Ba.nett II. ng cRy wIth only tw0 news-: which taxes will be lleoced for tne
Current Fiscal Next Fiscal
vntoA nt Milan when Cara c!.n.nit. .
biners fired upon a crowd of workmen, tures..$U,476, 627,219 9"'18''"
One Carabiner was injured fatally. Receipts 7,318,000,634 6,620,350,000
in KOme U ruuF L iuuk, coo'
3,150,88 8, 643 l,.U,oo,oo -
may appropriate additional raimun
The deficit as
Several were may be increased at a time when many
Injured. (citizens complain u. ia ,.si
TemiKirnry Biriae iuiku. : ouruensome.
The socialists called a temporary I
in Rome, Milan ami
War Tax Is Basis.
Receipts estimated by Glass are on :
niaiion inai sucn u uuumv nun "nin
plated. Ho did not know when the
inline: would bo made
Muanwhllo .TcnkinR has an opportun
Uv to obtain his llboity, by furnishing
inlroduction In the senate, delcgatln:
nnu.tQin fnr intnictlons. and was ad'
Illinois.' has pointed across the street, "has piled v,ged tQ proceed w,th prosecution un
id, nnd Is being budget making to the treasury depait-
n wniall ball, Ilcdlim wi
veil Healed. Whlli' he had not been ment.
iermally chniK. d collusion with
the 1-adllH who kldnnped him. the Tu, Senator Sterling, South Dakota,
el.la authorities are Htlll 1 n vest I gal I m; publican, sum uumy . .
! nis Dill rorcuiniiumuij ,,.,v.,..
some wood on my lawn.
make him take it off."
'Tis said, something like this, that
there are times when patience ceases
to be a virtue.
. n.u ..!.. ...... n hi nni Ki re
UliU p...lH. .I.U I.MU.nvy. - . ,,,, flls
that a consular npent Is not beyond the pation mm ...eu. "-" ,"" ,
jurisdiction of the state courts and en- pules. It provides a federal in estlga
tilled to no different treatment than a Hon board, emiwwered to aWjn after
livate lndivldiu.1 In nuch a matter. tne nonru o. '' , ..., ftf 111
"I beg the American public, nnd has failed. The b 0 M l
Press to wait and bo calm and they or lockouts, pending the result of the j
me sure to be convinced of the Oustlce feiterai, llulBl't j
ef .Mexico's stand." Medina conceded. aetm wiufce wttght on ,
.1 N VEST1CJ ATINO COMMITTER e Sterling hill empowering criminal ,
URADY TO ItlatiltT ANY TI.MH courts to deal w. n "
vlsts and "reds" generally, btnaior
AVashlngton. Ic. 3. Senator Falls Sterling announced. .
oaners the Popolo Romano and the remainder of the current . fiscal year
' t, Ti.n. iilllitieii ..nioaa ennerress makes swift changes, i.
You must rtfir the state act dealing with .-lewd u I These laws. Glass showed in the re-
cohabitation. Until stress of business ere . ' f ,jeputie8 this after-'port, enabled this government to meet
lessens in the federal court, ,Go'dstin I noo" elected Former Premier Orlando m0re than 43 per cent of its war ex-
said, the case would not be dealt with ;non e t. candldate, president pendituies oul of current receipts..
I ft, Hr.nn aM ,1.113 RUV1 .n... thlnno ohniln itt thfi Vfi-'
Sergeant Rowe, more J-, "-"" tliat he came of the chamber. ., " T
... n. rput-rttii rnrmer roremi. Donuru uim. . ,w
Spanish-American war bonds total-1
ling Jl'36,000 still are ouisianuu.H.
The world war cost tne unnw.
than once arbitrator a la impromptu " " ; " ""r wks kao with Tomasso Tlttoni, former rore.g.. . pore are ...
..... i..nA .. .rfoir Ami. " " ... . nmutlnted nreslueni oi w
i, .i.i (mm Morton, vvasn., win .xn " ' . i
in similar cases, settled the affair ami
cably by requesting the man to remove
tho wood, then he mounted the taxi
. .... . trlA,n. Cmmnnillil.
ivtlnr, nf marrvlllg IUH . ne " "
that they had made an effort to wed
at Morton and were unable to do so
because of the girl's age, and that
she agreed to come here with him
land become his wife
tu.eeial Mexico Investigating commit
tee is ready to report at any time on
li.e advisability of nrnied intervention
I the United States, committee mem
bers said today.
Fall, Jiiht back from the border, had
a long conferennn with Secretary Lan-
sing. Fall said later his committee can
make a partial report at any tl-e for
the Information of congress, should it
l e needed, although mucn Invest. yiu
ii'B remains to be done.
Nolo Not Answered
Meanwhile, Mexico had not replica
to Lansing's note requesting release ot
tVillium O. Jenkins, American consul
lit ngent, imprisoned nt I'uebla. An
other refusal to freo Jenkins
(Continued ' p"!' 8ovcn''
ORFGON FAVORFD TO
REPRESS WEST IN
With . the prettily
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 3. Ninety
seven members of the United Mine
. a ,njnQ umi'A ritPfl for
vvoriters o. , ' ,Wot,v ,ieCorated
contempt of court touay, chu.bcu multitude of Christ-
againsc u.u pu i.bbh. - .phcIi-
mas lignts, everjumiB -
,h defendants are the 84 ness today for tne nai "
iiiv.if, ..... - .... .i nn.i -tnmnrrow til
Pasadena, Cal, Dec. 3. Greatest in
terest centered today in the selection
of teams to ptey tha east-west football
classic here New Years Day.
mincement as to whether Har
vard will accept the chance to prove
International officials, d.smct pres.- ,D " Htore , th3 tity nerself better tha nthe west nas oee
tuee .i.e.. . .mother .,rnmiRed for today. The committee ...
'restrained by Judge A. B. Anaerson reur -- Tllea with cholM -harge expects telegraphic noting-
" , , .,
dents and executive com
tut ftv Vn hv
I from lunneniiB
nnv and th
contributions from tne wm. .- u... .,.i 0 Htec-
means. ,., , , . . tnwn. . a gem of it's kind. It was generally " v.
The charsfes were i.iea vy . ... " " ' m..ra.v pian0 iamp tion of the western team -
8i.L"S the Tn- wthan eKauhdte "rose shade, a gift pected before nfebt, aitnoug,.
torney m cuiusc "" : ..., t r..n,n tiff & Son.: a silk petticoat no... migm oe a
. . ait rnmnn'V The University oi
States 26,007,OOO,UUl), exclusive
loans to the allies.totalllng ,4uo,uuu
The gross public debt was 26,210,- s
cin nnn at tho r-lnse of business OctO-l jk
ber' 31, of which 910,684, 987.44 was
from nale of war saving eertiucaies
and $20,443,314,359 from liberty bondB
and victory notes. ; ' '
The funded war debt will De com-
pletely retired in 25 years under the
cumulative sinning iu.. '
Gold Supply Big.
Gold coin and bullion in. the United
States totalled $2,872,525,066 Novem
ber 1, or "about one-third of the
,.., M'u tnnnetarv stock."
Rising costs of labor ana materia,
have "rendered gold mining progres
sively less and less profitable" and de
Glass Indicated reduction of taxation
to .worn he thought of now.- He said:
I "Though any appreciate reuuw"...
Seventy five per cent of the
Industrial plants in Chicago
and other mid-western cities
face suspension before Satur
day. Stores operatod on six hour
bass in Kansas City. Dea
Moines, Indianapolis and oth
er cities throughout the soft
coal consuming region.
Lights on streets and adver
tising signs turned out in prac
tically all mid-west cities.
Hospitals subsisting on day
by day fuel rations. wKh the
isolation hospital at LaSalle.
111., forced to close,
Railroads slash schedules in
hopes of keeping most neces
sary trains in operation.
Governors of Illinois and
M'ssouri confer with coal oper
ators in hope of- procuring
strike settlement or coal mip-
ply. . - .
Confiscation of coal resort
ed to by officials in many cit
i-nxa1 armv of volunteers.
protected by armed guards,
continues to dig coal.
Miners at Trenton, Mo., say
ing they are "Americana" re
ported returning to work to
save their neighbors from suf-
Permits . Issued in Milwau
kee for week's supply of coal
Newspapers Buspend editions
in Omaha. ' , ,
Five hundred Nebraska uni
versity students - respond W
!cnll for volunteers to dig coal.
CARLISLE S AYS IE
OF PURSUING POSSE
In the amount of revenues from taxa-
Douglas, Wyo., Dec 8.-
Slack, district at- from !
th Portland Cloak and Suit ComW
. . . . . .,innin ware from Moore i
The eighty four original aewnuu..- a h - " v. an(l a magnifl- the Oregoniai
v.as learned. Such a refusal, n "
pi-cted, .would make tho situation suf- Film
innrtlon and L. E
nn s Two Anier-. ,, ..,i,tv fnm.
' ' i,,. ovne- 11 . ' ... .i. n,iu ths.t the r Furniture
w.mld leans, member. . -Smltn. ,7,.., Ik have encouraged the cent piece of cut glass
not snrtirisn the state deoartntent, It tmion '""'" , , Universal ,, on strike in viola- rna .eene
- T..UI1TI II' u u ." l.iiiieio
lllll "" ,.i..,l l n rail- - .
company, were ' . tion oi
in tne timoui.t ' "narlor car tram
Uon is not to be thought of during a Carlisle, Wyoming s parlor
, ,..., tho o-overnment's t resting easily this atternou'.i
Moore's ed mwh in fsvor here and many pick curr(jnt alsbUrsemcnls will exceed its m & ,)0S1)Uai here, while deputy Bhet-nagnlfl-
the Oregonians as the lucky team. receipts and when the congress .wnrnarl detectives in adjnin-
The University of Oregon has gain-
no a I.xiB"" II. e vficB" - . .nmlW.
from Gardiner Washington, however, still is considei
are a ie win mo ea -w
rhancea will auiu.
lis cuiiBiaeung various ju'' watch his every move,
inc vast additional appropriations, it is in room watcn n ie
, i; a urn- ramVkriilre. Mass., i- . ... ttA0 nt inxntion witn a hp was
...in ka on nnrini uuuiu i-" " " . ir kthii v liih iiiv.iw -
mnnt nu nftre win uv . ..i..!- .,mii-.iin m iinvn.. - . .. . . , ..
:,cu.;.ted to induce the miners duce booth aeanw d ciaion on toe pro, view ,o v... yc;terday at the Williams ranv
neneve, the duty of the congress to
f.e.iently sertouft to he palled to the nt- roaa nn(1 gever.
Itiillon of Presldoti
Wilson and tne gian.u. mimed, according . t0 work.
Carlisle says he was unarmed i when
i shot througn h.o
L...i h Sheriff A. & HoacU
Mexican nmbas- to a e:
i;:i,W i,.a vi,n,.io,l to nresent to sec- tenuis, ... , tne
. . .A ...?..",;:. ..i-ce Thierry, a newsp..,,... ...
i Muiry j i)i lining lunnv tuu
Mippllml by tho Me .f (can povornmont expedition
.in,i in n ral - . ,.nrocy tprniM or ine iu- imn
. were ... , ti()ii ui i""" . ,
, the Engo forent, boi- jlinctlon and that they hae
nn nil iltPn LU lUUU" v'
lliuc - f. h onUt ailUKetu - ,,.IlllBnntflfthltOthC lines whwh i'-"-- J - . ,nii.
othersseriouslynjureu.-" t 2 l lo fix bond late from anything heretofore snow., ... poseu u.,, the coache3 revenue from a m.mmu... r )hytfl(.,an, who is here
ablegram by " . . . JuiiBe nh of the defend- Salem, which was designee, u, voted favor- . venience ana ..uu-u-. " ,h8 robber. "I
.iatitm iron. tins aite. - NimRver for the occasion. u.i. - u ... WB- reCerred ., t, hfifore goine t
u, , r.,iI,ir, m.iHs urced. snouta uu my guns in - ,
ho told Dr. U W.
ate when the defend- special attractions the fortu. aWy-. it, tneuu , ,
t support tho charge of
Krltlsh Suhieot Freed
perjury giatl Congo,
j The dead:
. . nt LOS
Joseph B. Ann".-"
dical direciu. a,.
o'clock next Tuesday morning.
I would not
When the omccn
Information reached Washington io AnM PXuedttIon
...... .... . . umm manacer OI tne .
,l.v . inn KiiiTif mil ix 1,1 "M
,r ,.t i. date wnen tne u " . ..M..utQ. Ludv" n L. K tsr gs. . . ..... .. ... ,... witn . .-..neh house, ho
ii 00 .... i . nt 10 tnttor known as me a,no of the may- along a w.e v - r - ...
to u.m'" . - ., toll the future, ami euu itiiww w ... ,,..,, !. incomes aoaemit iwww scuro . . ,fc nmn
wno ... . . ,,m of onttflimt ne a lavurauic vw , - ... r,,ntnrt in T was so stamen
tnai Bios. cd, - -- . making vast lnvest.i.c.i.o ... t.v,Q -
municipal bonds. He also urgeu .c- e am. toe, -j
. tho ov. oss nrofits tax. "Tncy wi" -
ca. u. i,v .--
""V?" n of Los
T'-owe, a British suhlects, by rebels at W iHian d dircctor of the epe-,
Xaeatecas who hold him for ransom, nnmoi. i-
'I'ho British vlco consul at Zacatccas dition. mcmbers of the party ,
immediately protested and reported The mjurci
the abduction to tb Br'tlsh consul are: o Los Angeles, pho-
Kfc.neral at Mexico City. Tho govern- i - , bmised
It is held by manv hero that I.rit- ,)0dy Injuries:
R. H. Vibbert, 97,
f r L D o c
Of DTOUKO, x-'aww
...... ...in ho served by the Lauies
of the Altar Society bot hevenings. An
moot at onoo efrectrl Rowe's release, toprapntr. . of Lns Anffeies,
it..i T i r Hfllll v . . nnr Hl'l
hp rn l Mil l j-i-- " iniiirius. .
Wl sublee.tR r accorded far better photos. Vibbert came iu
treatment by the Mexlenn srovernment ions. Tn!erry. correspondent, b penrlgyjvania in H
tlinn AmnlA.u l.,A nri.n.111 V lO IH r. i - . ... , afl n.. O'1 7
thi , evening, and .repeated tomorrow
...ll I O.i,iltional classical dance by
l J. Xf.'rrht JeanettefeVkes anil a vocal solo by th'..
ere Last Mgft &-WRS
' JS v t V'relnia Dorcas, a pupn
CASE IS FILED TODAY
.... i.toiiB ShiDD. a
locat- uance "'"'". ,.....,
. omt sn'e- o ... -tio. s'rom m.c .. . .
. . ,tior,s. oruisen - nt ltoou --- .,. LangenoerB.
ft.ct that Great Britain has not recog- head naturallst. anu w Tne Dailes, thence o
II Vibbert of Brooks died at a Be. ding ter violln sel.
ttll" here Tuesday evening at the of Hra. Le Schoettle. Grecian
,spital here iu , ort; came to Ore- ection by Miss m J of
i in 1875 locat- Dance W '
From there he Mrs. Ka Ph
White. Vocal solo by Dan
neau "''"T, naturalist, aim - ., t Tlie pa les, tne
HerTeRo" -tani. were -v Jilo and Brooks.
Home' LeKo tne fcn. lan i children:
O. H. Reeder has boen elected presi-
.. .vith the expeoa.'"' -
tores... .. tl,.nl st.
oent and John F. llerr casnier u. - . .1 Holier, " ' , ar, G. vibbert m
new Athena State bank, which will Bdmum cUlef pn0tograplter a Sa,mi
. .... TJronks: J
ad Hafs andK. 1 -rer and L: a.
o. the current fiscal year Glass es-i,mlBed the speed oi '- "
tlmated Internal revenue receipts at Uie added. After in. f
$4,990,000,000 of which income and ted Union train at k
profits taxes are expected to furnish wont rtmUtht to tha Iep
$3 750,000,000. Other receipts classed B(m and 1 have been tner e
(. ordinary' 'are customs, $7B.000.; j did not write .any th-
000, now hearing the pre-war mark of alul r wttan t n Casper or
$300,000,000; sale of public itti.un, places uicy 'npno8 all the Um
,. the supreme 250,000, and mlcellane9us sources, stopped at cl" Moat of
i Notice of appeal to the Mpiee 000 Idurlngthe Mt ce a
court from the decisioii ,of JudW .Ung panama cannl )s expccted to the people recognUed me an
;ham in circuit court . here November nment $7.200 000 In tolls, me Sarllsle ,ng to
!iSraftLUughtby Lou., but .the estimated expenditures tor When xn. ln my hand
!1?1. , . i,l aufifl nr nilT ILL JIUoi.vvv. . j.w
open lor husinoRs as soon as the saie
'"Hi LI I pill ITT' T ft '
- rr..:rr Moan Savins
Change in Telephone . -n?e6af
v m -m mm. m. mm jrm m m -
and Reduced rumr
. . .. a ..t nt tlli.284.000
Weissenfels. W eissenie ' rrh nubile debt Is belnc counted on c1r08f,ed.'
ISchaffer for $85.63 ai egtu v " , .,, receipts totalling $1,210,-; Carlisle's co;
ihoon due for hauling Bi i-t ;..,, ,h, deferred payments on 1 nece
" - . .1 . VFill 11LLUI- n D.OOI livm ----- . . .
wood near M t. . Mgu, - by berty bonds and war aavlnaa certm- afternoon,
ney lee.s - catea
Judge Bingham. :
Mthe time oi me l"
me a..v,fror con-
court here attorneys iu. .
ndltion Is serious, but not
ssarlly critical, Dr. story
, .....K..v oeniitortat emu-
of the Fora- "' --
tion in Michigan In i"
. . . wm'p not
onal labor, and ""-..,.
. B ngnam,
Wlthomdeliate the -n. rn dechdon placing
v, Tnmerene resouri-Ji P'v K in the same cias
uo . . rhf '.iv n try tins u"'
LOGANBERRY HEN TO
i ,r inftiiirv 'iit aorvictrH w
tt sweep.. B " ,m,ian of so far as , fav-
. ,i mull fl iirviviv.-
cernea, a..u . .,,, that
., .,i,nne. reuuv.-
One party ' wft" -tro,n
'"I'nne lesk Phone, reduced
By vlrturc of the reduction ordered December aWy to busl
in phono rates by the public service these per
commission, the majority of Phon nC,fv. rnte reduction fo"os-
users In Salem and Marlon county win jjuslncss in"--
not rocelve any bill when the reuuv.
Hon has finally been determined and
tho tlmo for distribution of bills comes,
'i'hia wns announced today by W.
llancv. I11r.nl r,innr:er of the Pacific
'I'eleplmne & Telegraph company
I'ancv gave figures, which follow,
allowing; the amount of the reduction
on each phone anil line. -
The rcd-.i'ction, us enumerated below,
truth ,!. i-, 1 Another re-
. tit-L iravciliuci. . - . eo or.
riuotloii, renter than this one, ordered $,..
"ider :. l,li,,g 499 of the public service Desk
cumii.iHston, fiat. -i from August 1 to
ana reB"-"- - ...., H Ntwhetry cernea, a..u . ,.,.,. that
Henry Ford anu or of We:H3enrels. 'ra
The highest available price for logan
WOMKS MUCH NFKMKO
-r indictment on charffca or 01 tnAnv bv Schaffer! ,.., mBM. by
"""...I uaiwl. ' tne a"" . ... ,hpor that a ucrr.ra .
erowlng oui . .. . )H be basea 0.1 ... srrowers wno ..."
The investigat on is o 0It the services of a team .u.... Thte is Indie
Wall Phone, reu Thg mvestiga.. - " of on the
$2.25. . ...td from $3.00 to ;a8 Senator DliiniK- ; .,.,mmitteo 'be sustained
pe3k phone, tne priv Ueges , ,
2-50- ,, nhone reduced from ; returns to the cu,
Two party wall phone,
12 5 t0 '-I. ;.v nhone, reduced from
$2.50 to $2.--; reauced from
,$2.00 to $l..o. reaucodfrom
,ioed - nur party ueb- 1
T,trn Wharves AtmI Six Ships
Destroyed B' Fire Todav
;honrv that a uornea 4 If nn(,pp
?cl on l w .unuo o-rnwerH WHO nro "" ,
Bervlces of a team cannot thgto fcy the j
that a meeting of all such growers in,
u hoen called for
. o. A. C.-NOTRE DAME TZm at the auditorium of
saw a place where women were
,iaw making body. . f .
Lady Nancy got her first
ca down" last night when
..t to.ltted tho offense of
Ulklng to a
..om $3.50 to applied on
;rtuced from to
.. ot A . ... .... .. In the Mil""'
. .. h .nrii.f.- (Soveriiwi . .... . ,i,i nocessiiaie
, refunded tnrouB...- - destroyed oy lire tonte8t as u . V .
0 , u h,.oke out at one of the wnarves ing tne equ..u ... s000
which broke otii u n . tlon period. 1
of it will oe returnea . - fiortly after u a. - .
e is missing.
- our pa
$2.25 to $2-00.
'"wa0; conversing with Sir
lohn Uesa and the speaker.
cneraepped for order before
tho viscountess heard him.
She Immediately stepped
outsldo the bar of the house
and continued her conversation.
re an ... .
. ..i it lu hound that
tho to this movement. " .
tons will ue rcui.-,