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FOB NOVEMBER, tilt
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Only Salon Member Audit Bureea
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Prosecution Declares Proof
Insufficient to Mncate
Congressman Is Father of
42ND YEAR-NO. 305.-EIGHT PAGES.
SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1919
I. Angeles, "Cal., Dec. 26. The
question of the relationship between
Harry S. New,' .alleged murderer ot
inIentU Lesser, and United States Sen
tar Harry S. New of Indiana, was
delved Into deeply at the morning's
t Huon ot New s u:ai.
After- a deposition by Mrs. Martha
; Sj -.udder, a sister of Harry New's moth
er had been read, District Attorney
"oolwine, refused to admit that Sena
. tor New is the defendant's father, on
: e giouiids that the deposition con
tains insufficient proof.
Mrs., Scudder stated In her deposi
tion that Senator New was Harry
She also revealed that Mrs. Burger
liad been married three times. Her
first .. husband was John Green, of
Cleevland; her second, James Clancy
of Indianapalis . and Samuel Burger
wns the third.
Attorney Offers Proof.
Charles G. Williams, an Indianapolis
attorney, in a deposition, said that he
had been the personal adviser of Harry
New. He referred to Senator New as
the boy's father and relatd that Harry
Nw had always "carried a chip on his
shoulder" because of the circumstance
of his birth.
He referred to Senator New aa "big
Williams related an incident when
he stated eg .3r$vD661theMNdO
he said the defendant told him that
Mrs. Burger's mother had told New
ii about the circumstances of his
birth and had eulogized Senator New.
Vviiliams said, that Harry told that
Hew: his mother had discussed his
In with- him and had upbraided
Senator New. Williams said Harry
WR in doubt asto whom to believe.
Trial May Draw Out.
i Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 20. Han y
'' S. New, accused of killing his swes
heart, Frieda Lesser, may not know
the verdict of the Jury until New
Years. . '
Uefen'se attorneys, always reticent
as to their plans, admitted this mor;
Sin that they will, have a number ot
wtnesses to be called. These will De
ilnflv lall mates of New, jailors and
iiim who have been in close touch
with hhn, all testifying in support of
tnii insanity plea.
Testimony of two leading witnesses
for the defense probably will come
ov week. Miss Edna Clancy, New's
sistter. will be called first. New's moth-
cr, Mrs. Lily Burger, will follow.
" . . Attorney LeCppte Davis for the i
fnse conferred with Judge Craig t;.
daw with reerard to published state.-
tiipnts that-before the trial a ptan had
. linen offered fey the defense whereby
New would Olead guilty. The state
niFnt had been attributed to DtstrM
. Aitoi-nev Woolwine. Davis maintaluoO
it was grounds for a new trial.
British Striving With
Every Means To Regain
By George MacDonough
(United Press staff correspondent)
Dublin, Dec. 26. "A certain ele
ment in the Sinn Fein volunteers is
getting out of hand," a prominent
leader of the moderate Sinn Feiners
admitted today in an Interview.
Thi3 element, he said, "threatens
to do incalculable harm to the cause
of Ireland, both here and in the opln
ion of the world."
While the leader made no direct
admission, it was believed moderate
elements believe this new radical fac
tion may be partly responsible for the
attempt on the life ot Viscount
i ii;;e fro:i amd
onuon, Dec 26. Hie British cot.
ihcrciol giant, robbed of his supre ..
.cy by tour years of war, has started
h.stmatic campaign to regain n
Aderehlp ot world trade, it was ind
British commercial missions, un
heralded ,are working quietly in all j
lue markets ot the world in an effort
"o make London again the dictator ai
g. ods and prices, according to author-
A mission of six, headed by H. K
iVlicKinder, M. P., and a member ot
ite advisory commission to the minis
li of reconstruction; and Admiral ait
iloger Keyes, soon will arrive In South
Rumors of Big Losses 1 nroua
Freezing Put to Rou to By
Survey of Orchards end Ccr
ry Patches By Expcri:.
General Doiiikin's government, it was
learned, . .. : y
Another mission is en route to Si
be;ia, while- trade experts have be-'
sent to the Balkans, Italy, Germany,
.south America and other places where
British bade goods may find a mar
French, lord lieutenant ot Ireland, iluSs;a' to promote trade relations wlti
and the raid upon the plant ol me
The group of young extremists has
become "restless and dissatisfied with
the present policy" ot the old binn
Fein leaders, the speaker said.
"We are watching events anxiously
heeause we are afraid they will do in
calculable harm to the cause of Ire
land both here and in the opinion ui
thn world." he said.
Moderate Sinn Fein leaders, it wan
Wnnwn. fear the outbreaks or tne ex
tremists will bring harsher acts 01 re
pression from the British government.
The unknown leader, it was assert
ed, favors a campaign or verror.am
and planned a series ot assassinations
to follow the Frencn outrage. i
Old time leaders were left out ot
the extremists1 plans, it was said, and
the moderate groups feared the gov
ernment unconsciously was furthering
the alleged condition of terrorism by
forcing the moderate it" -
rhal the British manufacturer
leaving nu stone unturned in his effort
tit regain trade was lncucaieu wy mc
m. thod by which he has taken advan
t-nre of the decline in value of the
nnund sterling. Board ot trade ex
perts disclosed tlpjir scheme, through
ivhi.h manufacturers actually have
ben enabled to hreap big profits from
the crop in foreign exchange. They
lankly expressed hope It woum la
British manufacturers, It was pom;-
ei. out, are buying raw materials in
the United States with already estab
lished dollar credits, transporting
them to England in British-owned
ships and re-exporting to America in
the same vessels. These goods r
manufactured by labor paid in sterling
enabling the manufacturer to reap tn
difference between the value or me
dollar and the pound in addition to his
regular profit, ,
FORCE HOI RULE
POUTICAL ISSUE FOR
The 4676 employes of the South
Pacific railroad (lines north of Ash
land) by making clear record with'
out a single reportable casualty to an
employ during the national railroad
accident prevention drive, ocionor is
to 1. have won first place among an
he railroads in the United States, and
further helped materially to place th
northwestorn regon at the top ot a"
other regions, according to a state'
ment Issued at the depot here Friday.
The accident prevention drive was of
national scope. It created keen coin
petition In which nothing but the sur
. al of the barest would count.
The drive was under the direction
he safety bureau which through 1.
ters, circulars, and Illustrated bulletins
kept the employes advised during the
progress of the campaign. The work
n the field, however, was conducted
by the employes themselves through a
highly etiielent sarety orgamxauo
composed of nine safety committee
This safety organisation reveals Its
efficiency by the following record,
which won the highly prlned banner;
Killed Injured TT1.
Oct 18-31, 1918 1 14
i.ct. 18-31. 1919 0 0
T.!i. ' -ii v, fn tVia pfttifmn-. thfi fruit trees nr.d
,rrv hushes and vines of the Central Yv lUanette allcy
....l ? tVio nniniflTl
completed a survey ot tne orcnarua anu wj V t .Ct
effort t Certain the extent of the damage done by the
recent cold spell, ,,"
Declaring that the reports of ex-1
A fine record was made during the
entire first ten months ot this year as
against the same period last year, It
record for January 1 to October si Be
tensive ana ruinous damage to m
orchards were based on nothing mor
substantial than vague rumor. C. I.
Lewis, secretary ot the Oregon from
rl liiin. aav that his Investi
gations show that tne r.
suffered only in it"
.. .n.irl.-i ntosliy m mm
land U I. h. who predicts the great
. n in the history ot this
vat ' '
personal investigation made this week
Th. .harmful effects of the
recent cold weatner nov.
t much rumor, without muoh
, . ... " j...i.. fuets. After vlBlting
many orchard In tn.
. I.... i.in sur M and cuttlngi
Two Women Too
Much: Lad of 12
London, Dee. 26. Ireland may havs
orient Premier Lloyd-George's new
moaerate - - - .n ,ntrolJuced ,n the house
. .1 - .tnntmo' rnum iiuiil un-1" uutiis w f ...
,-hegr of the -
i.h premier declared in an interview.
Tne premier Is prepared to torce
. . ntance of his measure, this 0Mnt
.,.t Tt nassaee by parliament w is
MI r ..k
insured before the measure was
milted, he added.
Lloyd-George, according to the ofti
. la "heart and soul" for passage of
loislatlon which will at least
suit settlement of the msn q" .
he continued. The premier regain "
problem as second in Importance only
to winning the war.
It was believed m governing"
-,r.,w,.n. Deo. 24. Prestden
Wilson's decision to turn the railroads
...i, tbelr owners March 1 today
brought into prominence two phases of
of . the already conipllcatea ra..ru
I.mployes Injured .....
Total casualties ... in
., This record was made in face of an
'.itreised number of employes an
multiplied hnsards at crossings on ac
WMhlngton .M" '
rft,lroad unl-iVKhH M.
decide their flr
viewing sprig. cUIll. JMr
from trees and vines u. ''" - , .,-tti at the Au.erlci.a ''
Uon it can b. f ", Labor today. ; : '! .': .
time lhat losses Win om "7 " - ttning of the tutln in in.
As I have previously stated. IrelUseJ J r"' Wi!' rtrrUlot.
hay. "7. the raaroad. ta-w, wnt
damage wui " -- ,,.. March 1
suovt im ana in
.... v.ii w it yield
even nm -
good crop. Warning
rmwars not HI
v,. nrMlilnnt'a ao'lon has ap- rtnt of Increase In the number of
,ntlv postponed the "near cris . itcmoblles since last year,
, : . - f -nllroaa iu-
brought on oy reviu.- - - - ----
bor lor more money w.
th. "ie !",rrr,as out
lowl and fair the victim of a
children's triangle love atUi wil
the doctors " ,
u . .... a j InoK
Because m - Ba .
upon, e ..ftn A nme sajv
18 vnme of Florence
him Playing .m tt the tol-
13, she wrote the
Bonn e: 1 KIlO"
..My dear nu.- &otCt
vou love Florence. I taowy If
...... m no you i" - ...
I"" s b fore the roads pas. out
the government's hands. .
Pecond. the rauroau
appanntiv been made a political Issue.
The two phases are interwove.. ....v-
. 1 ..J rt are threatening to
It was Uelievea m guvo. ...... ... .... .jne rarai " .-nn'ltnuattu
. " ln,rfin to this source of lnfor Mirv. tr,elr agitation tor continuauon
mation. that Ulsterites will accept the t fc0VOTnment control to.. tne -
afor Ulster, with a president, inroad prodamaUonw
ing body to ba Known as a i.
i That the employes have iwfety mat
ters well In hand insofar as casualties
among themselves are concerned Is re-
vealed by their good recora.
COAL TRIBUNAL WILL
FLEES CITY WITH LOOT
. ... hnw 1
- , . , vnU
gO I COU1U -
s.mbly. . ' . fl
'It Ulster accepts me i"
pavliament is threatened by the Smn
"..ntiiH British army
amil'able tor protection of Ulster it was
- v(( ,,crlain..l,
will recover when the vigorous spring
r4Z S5.d. of th. rolling coun
try surrounding Dallas seem to be In
fins lil. non """ ,.. f.
ards there appear w -
. "..a i th. least, in the Polk PoUK"
,y hill, where tne w. "
p"..'.lr:"... r. .vldeiit, V0U..
sertoua r. --.. . .... a, ,.,-
orchards Hi tn. ne ",.
are very encouraging, ''-""
t went inrousn
or she'll ce " - but U you
she iove -- d0 me
love her better wau
can have ner.
"I love you dear.
"I love you dear.
. "Annie Barzya- note he
When Benny on hl8
decided life witn two hid
hands was noi wa9 tound
in the asn can b a p0-
unconscious from the co Annie
liceman. me ,e l8t.
lutched tignuj . if he iov-
ed either of the
head, "No. he wouid have
When Benme Bhook ui3
He was t" ""tween them when
a P.nU . . ..,!
to m -- . trnm the nosim".
d in Salem aooui w iu --- from tne
stayed at the Bligh ho- he went hom here aulte
to local banks
business men that he had a large in
heritance from a relative and claim
ing that collection papers furnia.ied
by him to a local bank were return
able at $123,500.80, "uapiain
T. Ward, has departed for parts un
known after securing about $200 In
loans from local men, according to
T. G. Bligh Friday. Bligh is searching
" Ward arrived in Salem about De
....... j a . Via Rliirh ho
nnmnw n. ana siaycu a.. ... .tiaa
lei for about two weeks. He was wear "" concluded....
Inff the uniform, oi a captu... -
ignal service of the army and secured-his
first loan from Bligh on tne
grounds that he was temporarily out
r t..h it.h his bank." While here,
Ward worked as assistant in the au-
ji ..ui.i at the state
house. He disappeared.
r i. jrihsit ns 5 feet
.tY,t ,.,oicrht 110 pounds, three un
. era inissing from left hand, season
Vt.-. a inc scar on abdomen,
whih b claims is a battle wound re
reived in France.
b0-! ;?.;? ii Florence I love you.ao;
nW:i "hla mad. if you knew how overnment reallZes it Is impos
sible to force the Sinn Fein section oi
t" ,.k a parliament, t..r
official said, but pointed out, it would
" . ihpm the chance v
deal with the Orangemen through .
log.slative body and grant the Uste.
lies protection in case ir,
.. . intorfore with them.
auemi'i -- .... th.
For he present, u "
..LtHns Ireland" until re-
sumption of parname i.v. ,
ocen prorogued by the king unt It
' Th. nromier's home rule bli
"heady has been drawn up and pigeon-
'" r.,M m buck
la-.iiption that tne rouu B- -
Dy January 1. bhop.-r.en were actlvu
nresLing demands for an Increase bo-
fore that ante.
Other raiiroaa -.....I..
nutoome of the Bhop-
. hefnre pressing their own
. . tnrtiO(1 I) HI' rv.
0"?!....TM;;h I ha. been set fx
r.uw . I. lnfl two
the date of return, mmim
months to negotiate . -
The political pnaxo
one "tlon also involves the two million
Zker nd their desires for a contin
f onvernment control.
unuuu ... T..........l
IL.,.'....i tha .olti..i oi th wots-
rr. hss been thrt their nmA.l m.t
i awrd t B1,t
f government croi. . .
The raiiruau "
comprise the had t th? ..ur brother
hood, and the m r.rtcoHJ y
Ciliated with the federation, 'ftomuel
tltimiwr preniHORt or n .""-"
Hal i Be llllw,.
'I'li. westing wilt lK tne
t.,and if the h.um nl th,lt" 'r
IIS per wot tnci'e. r'iri
h.ih were ifte.de viii. i'nH m.
hn pvtled t the wwi io
Ik UI their tienmn! ilntll if A"""'
Mint hiui had wnwumll . .aH
i vimi eeete, ;,.,,;, ..... . , .... ,
Th mweUttif- ui nn vi"
rard of 109 acre. q. tble L,ll)Mrtm HH le
nd found not elwrle 1ui"t,"lp1ellilr. for the coit.nre nhch e
uury. testing tree, eleeeiy. . "Jh-.e to hold WjMr tlrl
Heads of railroad Motherhoods aid
.v.. Gompers, head of thi
nole.a- , it wu said, will fle
.,rttl hin time now to domestic ques- roent control.
tions, the continent and the peace con-
Ho nlans to leave iu. .
Ho nlans to leave
W peace Problems early in Janu-
:.', io.--advisers have assurert
neked both the president and congress
I;;;, two-year continuation of govern-
mtrol. William Jennings tirjr
J . ... j, ..j that ha I. In
an ha. recently -
sympathy wltn laoor .
""eTpposltlon of railroad as well as
othHas of labor to the Cumn i n.
puis now .......o --- -
Washlngton. Dec i- Th
..,.,! of President hb"
...ii. ,...i mill ha held nere
. Ml tho
when the three memners
fniiira .esslons which will
UUWO .' . - .
be held arter January l. '"'-
tha white house today.
wh. f.,urt.tiitM are making prepara
tion, to cooperate with ""'''"'-
sion, In an effort to arrive - -
. . .o-rrt to waere. end hour.,
"X.l m h. accentubls to both .loe.
However, the operator." reprjeu.
tlve. today were cereiui "" ;;-"
attltuile would not oe " -
ceptlng Hie commission-, flndlnw l
n.. .iuv.nn. so far,
hn vested with any power to en.
- force Its awards. Thl. Pr mu.v o-i
the conferred upon i w, .
In it. work tne c'""7'"" .- --
will summon inonm. '
head of the operators, ami Jni
' . . i.i... ... thrt m i-
L. lwts. acting I,r'"" , "' "liness
ed Mine Worker.. a He first witness
farm wa ....
iiiiury. bud. Pem ,n .. .....
L'nd fhe Inner hark t'""r"
atlon." . ... ........t
P-rhe walnut, and other fru ?
m the higher eeotlone nr. WP'
Sii. Siury. H must l-e remem her;
.d stated rrcfonsor Lewie, -n "
ed, uuo MMiinmette valley
aectlone. .i,n Into con-
looking forward to
crop t produe-
"Al things being tUm into
..i..t normal. In ct, en i
vne prein.. . ....W i,.,, p.ph bills now ptnunn
V .u- o.fnbllne of pariiame.iv.eii imi i. ... ,..,,, .
With the reiurn i ,
land by that time, it was hoped, most
7 .-. tinnl nucstions W II
;io,ve been settled
2g A miners'
BOOZE AGENTS FID
$100 BY J
Tncoma, w"-. , -hiuh a
Ws.rr,,"e" reported between ,
of tne miners av
on and non-unior -,Bt, yes ter
. "mine town near i to(liiJ
according to ,reyo. ;vestigated
W deputy Jftu during n.
everything ilmg at the mining
.jtht and this morning wukeson
!:?., and at the mine oi geni ,
Coal ft Coke convjany. .
v .. . r.vornor tw 1 .... Id.
;'teVday after-om th.s
' ,-.voriior aii intention oi
morning that he ha keWB.
'""line any troops to tror.
I receiver --
LOSE GIRL HOLES
- -" l,Mltll tO
........ .o wnraera a.w
ceuu" ,,... these
,hio thoir eiioris v
IT -Rs They believe the nearwsw
U campaign wll Istrength-
oi , to
en them, since ncuner
illenate a large class of votera,
MS HIKED TO FILL
present time 1 '
ina (....- . ......
ha. not La tll the WHUw
an-1 luon r." .-
. ... .k..a la annie
. v.. i(iwr .a.,..-.
y!i.".?.d vi? -ere - ? '
rt " ., wnon "
eP w" mov' 'I",' ' vet. m.ch
weather In January
tin., nf th. ratlrnnd admlnWrftilon.
H.ud John H''itt, cilrv ol th inll-
a murker.' ctln tne r. in x
li is also stttteu thai the nu.(i or
whether the workers would wH unt't
j.uich 1 to take actum t form rooipil-
,tni wltn tneir v
litMir o m alt.
.4ir ofitciaie in.ut tiiy iio nof
n Kttd to well unui private l.itie..t
had lt.(.ind the rallntb-W " '-
is, m dr.rUloti. ' . , .
Union wttttttale hv bfcn lt.ti.ru I
f it IllriP Is now fully ndvlw.i by .
jnsal.lent i. to what lt cn iio an
.( tar he van
UKtxtsu u::. i.r M
aj.iaboU tlM.lr li.rtl another to
... . . .... h..i .i . . . .u
.unil.e. thp pn-iiiwivui
evItK-nca ... i , .i i.,.ii.,(,r t. unit on
tu,i " . ..,( .... .tot U.dt Htllt!
m .i""--. - ------
uld ..ft a r..mi-.t.niv.
o months wu
of that ar' y,l follow-
dieted a 'f'1' f'fJTery. th.
... natural spring re-ov"' .
''i..r.,!::ttn; n or. than 29 Kr cent
.i-tary of tu
POME PAPER SEES
IERE ALLIES LAID
m im eiiDDfm
Dee. IS-Il' l'ov'.
um.ntlng ty n
IN STAYTON FIELD RO LOffliCE!
In an eflort to
raise her quota fot
t c HarHs, proprietor of the
O'en rooming house, ana housekeep-t-rv
Marie Harris, changed their pre
vira. Pleas of not guilty f"'yJur t
day morning In f.fj s.
and were each fined $100 and c
The pair were arres - ; on able t" , ' ca,i
W. I. Needham foliowini, no a"1""1"', he serious
lini,wful possession or u could not -
u,"t,. office was iu"J
.-iff Morns v.. . .ot)on. 1" .
. 1,1, ttl.B"""" 'i. uinini ......... tt.wt'.tt
cope r." - .. tr00ps uni . h gf.aent was -
... l'l,rarfl V
.building at me u....- - -
of jri'Ku". . . . .... i u.
,h: she would rai
' ,'ncr, .llH to cover her al
i.u.ney v "v
t .. L. 1 inf. ?S.
M "" i..i.l.hat
it , wnoiiy uii.
there should oe
. . I F
1 l ... t...re ttltswi....- . -- l-.al.o. Wll
According to an announcement 0 W ' ,,, "' t .pMi.nr
v. V i V morning n'de M W"r"niage e'l. flr c8, ' , ! et,umy l fcbm, ,7., .rive t.l0BeWi
ZtZ TKm penitentiary. J-mr. W. wh.rd .re J Jtv. ihl. ."tlmu.t .nt-
. of Valem will succeed John C. ,flllHllt that no d","f"JI b "f a f Jthron.i... r' "ia"
7". A , !niv warden at the " . on-ldeiai e-i J, " orehwd vf in the M ' th,
JUHlVl . r'h. will make good in into P. anyone ''" ;U.umy of ". M
, u well known in iww none j .;veit '". , ,., ,wa jmo' w""" "V.
tlon, ....... time With;.,!.. , ly lr.MW- - ,hM than. - ,,,aratlOt W
end eervlng ettn- i , 1t very f ''s 7 wV !.t U.
"With peace t. Hay l-n.u. ton. ,.wtoi" reiutrte can ,'Tj,ai.t an . erdtn. to t'"
...aUfl 1 3 1 V ' " , i,.us 111 uiiti' ' i . ...i.S 10 llt
was uniawiui pus
. . I was It tl.
enntrol of "ZrlZ th.
den,.. Alexander, newly P
wa.r. , . ll.nrv of commerce,
pointer -7'- ',. ,,s h,m for to-
in an ""... the Independent
morrow ",. will e
..,...01,. - mnlttori; they
longer oe n.--- lmllvMu, bus
mart be ia' Their need
ps men " "...-. , great-
During in. ..--- - i
wtt employed a. eurd.
I'or several years. 1" ,lt5.
the Ibilom police ever
. . .,.4.an
1 r.Th ever been before.
. n reservations v. iv
i, favor compromise on Mton. covenant
cation of the peace treaty and th . U
2-I favor ratlficadon. hut on.y tlon. '
3I favor ratificaUon. but
4r am opposed to ratification
only without any reser
In in a"' lu"
- a V.. Hi-illlliV.
r.d to raise aunn - at
,.en each student repor ,
tU unU.r-.ty - -
;.(.$3,0&wii.v.o' er .than m .. h
complete the req- t ccmnin. tf tbsB
I.. wl erected- ... th. Ln. "Th h!".lL a. In the
Him Brown is a - 0. anything ei w foreign
i.uity of ureio.
. ...,) auoport to
lore. .. I
S P. ADDS ffl TRAIN
. TO CALIFORNIA Rl
All Btajton iii ot
oans of rai.ir.ii '.let '
Hon or "1,.reurate information,
and don."", to r hav,
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