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UU1 IH tAVOR OF
54 5 9
RFIf JSTfiTFMFI IT
tosnbw AxUt Kama
il.ii ii r i II
tetters Recmd By Governor
posai waae By Ulcotth
Indications that the state fish and
jame commission will refuse to accede
to-tvernar Icon's recommendation.
that William L. Finley be reinstated as
state biologist and that the commls
eion wciU stand pat on Its action of De
cember 11 ousting Finley are contain
ed in letters received by the eovernn.
this morning from Frank M. Warren
and I. N. Fleischner of Portland, mam
bers of the commission. Both Warren
And Fleischner. while expressing dis
approval 01 me pian to reinstate Fin
iTHREE PEOPH SEEN
SALEM, OREGON. SATttptv v t-, Zz
PTni ' ' "27. 1919-
vcivis HAVING VITAL
WARING ON INDUSTRIAL
Lloyd Prevoat, held since yesterday as
7" Wltness the slaying 0f J.
Stanley Bmwn .
r-. : ":Trr" "jeinatateFlnMr":Le8Qay'. was leased from
v, ... VUB commission "T"1" county jail this afternoon
uwiare .uieimieives as ready to attend ."""J 01 evidence," was (riven as th.
a coherence wnn the governor for , , on Dy authorities. Although offl
" Ar.r7 lne Proposal, w " TO" l" n was understood
Governor Olcott thin mnni.,. JMra. Brown wnnfl k. ..i". lmQ
. . . . " oiavou I l, ... .cicooou BOOn.
that no further action would be taken L- I" BJ?n tended the funeral of
luciuoere 01 me com- L "uena m the custody of
mimon naa oeen Heard from. un - Was Uter returned to the
i ttgicc wii.ii you tnnt tvia hnnHji.
nation wait .ItrRHfiaiV ivBH i
nuou iu,Ktm nnrt i -., . ...
in pnimllv an nmr " -txrn..MU , , , . Mount ClAmana n...
" "wious letter m m. iuiun.. jjec 27 . i Tt. t .
reply to the governor's recommenda- mb fPT Tn r0Q4 ln the "tome- tribunal in6?."8
tion for the reinstatement of b le. in wlich the bullet riddle L.ibuna' tnve8"
reads. "If finirtlm ,.., j , ' t J. Stanley Brown. . . n.r.
b flot7 J.r"""m nave cigar manufao....;T" ..." f1'1
. .. . iiiur in arriv- hv wh j uunu ear-
ms conclusions, andto which the 7 Z wnen lt was last seen
mmra iauea to give due weight It miiaf , ' "olu miamgiit Tuesday.
abide by the consequences. For the h, developed as a certainty to
hign tl nnnlnt. 1 4.. .1 " Qay, aCCOrdlnir tl inlli,.111..
---.0 juugment under Mr.. t iuuuw-
pressure would forfeit the respect of li! te8t'mon7 a farmer living near
its menas. . " wnere tne automobile was
'I regret the lark nf uouna.
whioh made action necessary. Lack of was Brwn the far
co-operation ana l0yalty can never re- 7m ZZul : a .DOy. ana a
iH una 10 tne crnnt rr o ! " " mo rar seat. 1 no Tn-
cannot agree that thn . chlne .wa8 running slowly down the
should rescind the action or that it can .1 ' ana h wa ttble to 8ee
create for Mr. Finley a position with i Jf' r. J ,
-o.t.i.ti. 1 r. ..lon Wlth- Just what effect thlH fli-inii -,ni
vt aim oracticaiiv hmr.j u. ..
the commission's L.h.w ' " ' u "ave on tne detention of Mrs. Ruf.i
create auch a position wni L rrown' w 01 the slaln "an. her
- t j, . . . ""- cousin, Liloyd ProvosL wn a' mattor
r - w" 1 reticent. .-. . T-
rren expresses his reanent fn. - , .
uvLii iiiia, niuw 11 h 11 n nnp nniioin
m custody without charges,, denied
tney were In the machine with Brown
Tuesday evanlng. Provost acknowl
edged riding with Brown earlier
the evening, but said he left him
about 9:80 p. m. :
Mrs. Brown, whose wedded life be
2? Plmr - ...
wUI have a vital bean,,, . nn about mor borough under-
8triaL"a"? ln e United States
1S19 . Q or lat of
jtr ii nrvtrA . j 1 . .
On . uu 'OCKOUtS.
Uon. The events aVe:
The first nnM t . . -
Coal Trlhimoi .-
IbSn.? .meUng ' tne three man
lbunal ft lnveairt ,. , . " "
versy will be held. nlr"
Railroad tin Inn liaaJ. tn
r"-, acn on .de!
to private ownership, March 1
for Prevent! . .ILr'.?1. machinery
aim of th Z ""i,- ""e the chief
aim of the commission has been, and
auinarag oetween capital and labor.
its members recognlun that th
step must be o stop trouble, which
-uiuui proauotion. nm
u " . . r . ' ,ne com
uupes 10 close. 1 """"w n aanington, th.
It t. 11 n.l.. M . . . JAniltUA J.l ...
.. 7i , . tne report Monday r " """"rates wm sail this af-
wl l touch upon the broader relations tern n ,helr homeward voyaff,
between canltal anrf i.i... " "" on the a S. t.... u
.give a detailed outlin. of a ian fo"
To Ijr Groundwork.
(Sdltor in chief of Nippon-Dempo
(Written tor the United Press)
irreat fir,.i V" "nipioyers rancisco, Deo, T. H(H
SJKh- throU8h '"nauona!
oor conference at Washington, th
j bromdmrt, " ttavisera. was th bia-
gest body of all th. t
-djourned. After ST? 1 L W.t countries oi Vhl :VortS
n given an opportunity to study lu . n ot thS wmarkaW.
;d discuss the first report, the con,- P'" 0f th conf. JPn be
ission will reconvene January IS 8 yount lnlutrlaUy, took
The mxtirt .u. . much interest In thi. ....
TO INJECT TREATY
INTO '20 GAMPAIGH
By 1. c. Martin
(UW PZeS tt Correspondent.)
ttoh An organiza
tion to force the league of nations in-
gan when she was a mere child, today whether the H m,? lB8ue'
told whv.she and her eccentrin hu-L .Vll .rat'fies the treaty
- : icofjoui ior
Finley's abilitv as & ni-iitnD. mJ
- "WKuiunoi, miu (IIS
appreciation of the esteem which he
...jjr Ba endorses a suggestion made
by arlend of Finlev' tn tv,.
that , he be employed by one of the
mule8 euucauonal Institutions in in.
fltructional or extension work as a so.
lUtlon Of Olcott'a rlooiro "tko r.,
. . ' -"-i- -"ih serv-
not '&T to thT." TOrttaer be told why-8he and her eccentri0 hu8- or "n. has be71 7,'h( treaty
"t.lpSt to .the state' He suggests a band failed to aree and whv ah had v. thas been perfected by senators
r"""?? Ior a further discussion of become estranged from him. Rrown. U""""P,P08ea any f of trea
i ettuation. , 1 . - :,: ; :
" "Tt mt, t, she said, suffered irom fits and of
at iuv v&i i . 1 6 "ropplng late has been taking strong drugs
or Mr. inlay in the manner it was ward off the illness."
rnrrtJ T m i f , (thou8h 1 00 not This was confirmed by a local drug
i H, tJ'tUTea Mr' Pehner gist. . v. ., ! '
in ins tenet to the governor. "Rnf If . Tt m.-hHfl Un Amwn would
8,Lam Sure that hls reinstate- be permitted to attend the funeral of
"lent under nmsaiiro .. . . . . . .. ,
tke Wti i- wurae mis-iner nusoana tnis alteration.
wv.. 1" -- mat we were
" BranchAA nt thi.
"to 1 T uBamzauon are
to already at work in six states. By the
me presidential primaries and
state conventions for selection of dele
gates to the national convention begin,
the organization will be represented in
ovo.jr siate, senators declared.
.w ' we wert
viijc- wuen we nra aura ... ... . , .
fira L" t0: at all
what has happened, on any terms
likely to be satisfactory to him! to the
commission: or to the public"
Expressing the greatest respect for
the( governor's -desire in the matter
vinced that the commission should re
cede from its position. "Nevertheless "
th. "id0 not lritena cS.
wanftJ fZl 0t disotU88lon I should
Jr W What the othera hflve to
Ending!"- - reaCh mUtual
BOSTON REDS IED
IEAGUE IN MELDING
tTt,t By Henry h' Farrcll
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
hV-,.s.,- ' boston s Ked onuiiticj' ----- ----
hostilities had the best fielding aver- his wife in her complaint claims that
CRUELTY CHARGED IN
m,. tll.l feot huflhnnd. T. B.
l.iiai5MiB ma . ,
Shockley, assaulted and beat her at
varying Intervals, Edna Shockley filed
suit for divorce Friday. The couple
were married in Clackamas county,
December 1903, and have two child
ren, Glen age 1 and Bessie aged 15.
m . r., 1.1 wam AtirAtwaiY fn
t ne ouuuiwiw o hb
December, 1912 ,and were re-married
. . - - . ..11 ;
June 1, 113. in ner iiiuuu
this latest action, Mrs. Shockley al
leges that the latest trouble occurred
on December 18, 1919, when Shockley
.... , . ....... mnA KtMltBO1 llpr
IS SaiU 10 nttVtJ BUU-. "
so severely tnat sne lett nor w
Silverton ln rear ot ner uib. tum
plaint further alleges that Shockley
has an ungovernable ana uncontroi-
Shockley is a Silverton Darner ana
.. . . 1.1.1 A1nla that
A. ..w - -
than to offer her 5 if she would re
turn for a few days, mis unci hov.i.b
been refused by the plaintiff.
- ji..nM. tltlvottnn Wrft
fenamg me uiui;o
'Shockley asks that the defendant be
1 ... men Anfh fnt th A
WiC wcoi. iitjiume aver-ito r ,
aff in th -imaMinnH 1 ... v Mori hr in no way since the
"i&ures ilia minnvnA u r. Uima that nhe left ner nome. uuwr
v . v.i.uv V uv JTltfSlUBIlL Ktin w.-
Jonnson give the honors - to Harry
Frazee'a club with an average of
."75.- ...........m -
The Hub Americana had two lead
ing players Shortstop Scott and Sec
ond Baseman Shean, while the lowest
any of the Barrow clan showed was
third place. ' ,.
The White Sox ranked second in
Holding, with .969, with the Yankees
a single point behind at .968. Then
Carne Cleveland, with 965; Detroit,
964; St. Louis, .963; Washington,
.960 And Philadelphia, 956.
Chick Gandil of the pennant win
ning White Sox -was the best first
baseman, with an average of .997.
Honors among the second basemen
went to Shean, with .981.
Leonard of Washington lead the
third basemen, $976 in 25 games.
.' Shortstop Scott ' of the Red Sox
showed the way with .976 in 138
Baha T? nt v. tnnj i . j i .1
WJICU 11IO UUli-iCIUCI 3.
He had 230 putouts, 25 assists and two
' 1 "i ior an average of .992. .
Hannah, Yankee backstop, headed
the catchers with .984.
' Walter Johnson was the best field-jng-
pitcher wHh an average of .988
m 39 games
Jine moveme' t is non
Dackers declared todav. Thi n,.
pose,' they said, is to put on record
uy one means or another all candi
dates for office from constable to pres
ident on the leaeue of natinn 1,,.
They are determined, they said, to get
ouuitnmng aDout tne league written in
to party platforms, state and nntinnoi
They want to put partisan organiza
tions everywnere on record, either for
or against the league.
Keep Issue Alive,
Letters are to be written to candi
dates; speeches delivered th linen IVia
league question constantly befnr fhA
people and efforts to be made to elect
as many delegates to the national
conventions of both parties as can be
The meeiln nf th. I much Interest in thin CQnfnrAnott that
here will be to lv th. . ... un1 h"h this big body of dslt.. .h
. J - ItuuilU WDrKL..... .. . " . "
tor a real survey of the whole coal T. coulle or dosen newspaper
inuustry, m which wages and nrofit. " ",,u raun" over 10 th de-
in be gone into exhaustivelv t-ipments er the conference,
Tha inth..l. . I MimwIK Kh.
here i. expected to determine whether " my. We" b a,d that th, JP
there Is to be "peace" owar" in th. 2 ,t egaUon not on,y rprent
tran.nnt.ti . . ,n ln d the blmeat hnrtw In .,., V... 1...
....anun inuustrv or th. i. . ."..wi, ui
iy. aiso snowed the deepest sincerity and
hi mi me Business or the confer
ence throughout the sessions. Because
of the differinn nf linnu
did not play a very conspicuous part
eloquent speakers: rather they re.
mained silent, but whan
tneir words wen the result of the
deepest deliberation and with great
"A the result nf tha .
ths conference, to which Japan only
too willingly agreed, ah has to raise
the minimum an nt wnrUlnv MI-
dre"n and to abolish (Kght work of
women, while Japan got an excep
tion In working hours of 9 VI hours
a nay instead 01 eight hours a day,
V MMWure Work liamtxhlps
Despite thi fact that tha fnrniar
two measures will pretty badly af
fect Japanese Industries, especially
ner textile industries, the Japanese
publlo as well as emolovera will un.
aoubtedly welcome the measures,
simply looking forward to the far
reaching results of ths measures on
social peace and for bettermant of
conditions of working people.
AS to tha worklnff houra tha Jnna
nese Workers will hardlv ha aailafiaA
with the exceptional IH hours. They
atmre tne snme working hours as
flUronaan and imirlimn : unirlmM
One mav avan antlnlnata mnt. ni InM
m nor irouDies to come to Japan, par
ticuiany on thd working, hour ques
Ij1kh" QucMlima Serious
On tha whola. labor ouaatlnna In
Japan have been and will Continue to
be serious. Strikes and all forms of
labor troubles such as are found all
over th world have been occurring
In Japan. Hut It is generally believed
that these troubles will be solved be
tore tney reach the danger points
Egpclally, the Japanese are quite
sure that there will be no strikes or
whatever form of labor trouhl that
urfll manaoa tha minltii Imtir&MfM Tttr
the sake of tyranny or minorities.
NEWS MOTHER MAY
YET HAVE TO BARE
SECHETS OF YOUTH
Los Angeles, r., Dec. 87. Mr
J Lily Burger may yet be called to tn
stana to ten of her alleged girlhood
romance with United States Senator
Harry S. New, of Indiana, in an effort
to save her son, Harry 8. New Jr. from
the gallows, on trial for the murder of
Frieda Lesser, his sweetheart. .1
Attorney Jud Rush of New's coun
sel, 'today, declared emphatically that
the reported decision to keep Mrs.
Burger from the witness stand waa not
'Circumstances .mav arlwt whinh
I make lt unnnecessary for Mrs. Burger
area. " uiiiincOTiianry -m mrs. Burger
partisan, Its . t0 testify and in that'avent. she will
Their pur- hot he called," Rush declared,-. "But
tnus rar -our original intention to call
Mrs. Burger remains unaltered."
Defense attorneys denied that Sena
tor New had reauested u T!.,r, x.
kept off the witness stand.
SIX DELEGATES WILL
REPRESENT THIS CITY
Six delegates from the Salem Com.
nid,d t r:imerc,aI C,UD w' fev this city some
anti-la. niank it th. iVBu"d"y nl?ht or Monday morn
anti-league plank into the party plat
'The league of nations issue pan
never be settled to anybody's satisfac
tion until it has been voted on by the
ing for Portland Where they will at
tend the annual meetlnsr of tha fltnta
Chamber of Commerce. The men to
go from this city are T. E. McCroskey,
manager ot tne Salem Commercial
- - vi in oaiem tommercia
people at large," said Senator Borah 'ih ri.nn..ii t-. r
discussing the organization. No mat-,w. o. Allen and Frederick Schmidt
ter whether the senate ratifies the Th annua tin m t
treatv or not. the league cannot hA-Li.m. m .... .
, .uunviaj nuu Aut?nutty. aiunaay
pome a verity unless the public senti- night William L. Finley, former state
ment or this country is ' ehlnd it. The biologist, and Frank Branch Riley,
only way to find out whether it is or famed exponent of northwest scenic
not, is to make the league this Issue : beauties, will talk.
in a campaign. ttooeri rauius, chairman of the
To Force Campaign. . 1 horticulture department of the State
While the irreconcibles" are thus Chamber of Commerce, and C. I. Lew
organizing to force the league Into the j is, of the Oregon Growers Co-opera-campaign,
both the democratic anditive association, will also attend the
republican forces ln the senate are 'convention as representatives of the
working equally nara to Keep it out. jiruit growing inuustry.
snocKiey - "7" h. working eallUy hard to keep it out
required to pay - , , tt ao thl, they think all that is nee
support of the two children and ao ratify the treaty, 80
temporary sustainence for herself. do eighteen republican sena-
additlon to the decree of divorce she r gy g
mony and $250 covering
fees and suit money.
?. V r.ron. was announced today
by m bureau jiMnternal revenue.
Mutual v-i-" - .
leader, that unless tie brings about a
compromise, other senators will treat
with the democrats and perhaps vote
,.l .1 ,n a,nirir.llah lntlfinfltlon.
WILU lUCI", If ""."1 .
This is the second time within a week
that a Virtual Ultimatum ui ium inn
.1 !,,,.(.... I.
has Deen serveu 1 pMrllhlnir tmlay
" PEACE TRFATt BAlM
th immediate ratifl-
1 T fs,- nrr,T,aa nn reservations
. nf nations covenant"
cation of the peape treaty and the league
. jga feservatlons-"
21 favor ratiflcaUon, but only with all the Lo
S I favor ratification, but only without any reservtio
41 am opposed to ratification in in " ,or
A j . . .
PERSHING WILL HAKE
LINCOLN HOME TOf i
are the groups Known as tne miiui
reservationista and the middle ground 1
senators. . . . ,
While these senators oiame toage
for his inaction with respect to a com-
1 .L... .ion anv P.-n;i tnr Hitch-
cock, acting democrats leader, wants
M. action delayed until after the
democratic caucus on January IS,
when a party leader is to be chosen.
Exdiange Of Names Of War
Perpetrators is nnisnea
London. Dec. 27 Final lists of Or-
mans accused 01 war -
exchanged by Great Britain ana
France. It was reported today. The
fecsed will b. tried in special txrurt.
in each country, It was said, and those
nt . nv mnvn
,nd guilty win
. .rfii the procedure to be ae-
Dec. 27. Jnrn!
Lincoln would hereafter be his perma
nent home .according to M. w. n ooas,
.......1... h.a At th. V.hraaka Par
irv'LJll ..vui w . . . . -shlng-fdr-presldent
announced mat tue iohowiiii uaw
ment was made to him by General
I have purchased ths home here
now occupied by my sisters and as
nnn na I return I intend to make it
1 ft,Am. t .-in ... I m . 1
iRijr ur'(ioii Hum.. .. ...j jniavena w( ' . , -
Warren to tne state university ana Cfotuiw, z, was arrfu av
aa soon ss 1 return, so far I kno
now, I expectt o enter tuslnww here
Members CfActo Workers
coun- . . .,
termlned later oy 10
when he spoke at a special convoca- un Fiiday when Chif Varwr ra
tion at the University of Nebraska, ce!ved wire from military officials at
haw cam to his borne
at Halls Ferry. Dacemhar 1. to t''d
....11.. tt. (a kn held In the city
Urion Cannot Job Legion ZT
. Young Croatia w aaid that ha deaart-
Detrolt Mlfh.. Dec. 27 Under pen- j to coma home snd as!;t his father
altv of a fine of 110 members of local (n running the farm. H siao sain mat
' ... .... .. .1. .... ... i A w.t k. armild
AatomoDiie, Aircran anu.ne naa imn t"uilc - -
h reieaaed artr arrving two ' a.m
rmlned later ay
T" nntish legal snthorltles
have be" lr coruwltr tion on the meth; ',,., 117. Adlomoblle, Aircraft and
"i to bring about punlnhment or, Vehc- wrk,r of America, today
r1 . h.r 'his week. Courts! , wij,i. ku-nia man-ihera of
P" h. ..lablished at LIH for Lv. .-...n 1ri
, Tendon for Great Britain, and. .orC,a by
1. and Uege 'or Belgium, tt w"!. . w. ador,,d ,aciitly.
PAY Ala) C01OS FCn
The body of Japanese delegates, be-
tng OOniDoaAd nf to ......
mg experts and advisers, was the big.
' 1 n .
. 1 . . 1
'I i Li" " '
sfcsil faLsft 44 fVJ A S .
126 Deaths AUrifczJ To U;?
Since Proliibiticn 7c::t I "o
Effect; 57 Dio In LV,; 2n
land In Pact Two D.
m 13 the toil of wood alcohol Doisonin? sinr. nmtiv;i;.
went into effect, according to statistcs rathered frrn
SALEM ARMY STORE
TO REOPEN MONDAY
V' h,!! nns Virilsut Vsl AlA th
Ilia" vswes M'ww
business the new army store Is doing
The first carload of goods to be sold
. l- - .1... wo. t.lr.M In nn. rinV aft.
Ill lliw irmm ... '
er the store opened the first of tha
week at 861 Chemeketa street '
A new carload of government arti
cles has arrived and will b placed on
.at. Ifnndav at nn n'slock. Soma of
the goods to be sold follows:
Hip runner uoots, ; njn
boots, 12.25; cotton snd wool blankets
reclaimed, 13.80; new wool blankets.
t; toilet soap, lo an ounce; brotm-.a,
75c; goggles, 7Sc; iodln packages, 15e
watch enmiWHM, $1; csnrtlea, three
for 10c; barracks bags, reclaimed, 2Sc;
tomatoes, lc; prunes. SO pounds In a
box, lie pound; jam, 1 H net cans.
iiv, 11,1119 v 'i r, -' . ..
sox, 16c; and wool nnderwesr, ft.
NEAR HALL'S FERRY
The total was swelled by IT deaths
in the Ut two days from poisoned
whiskey in four New England cities.
The casualties by cities are;
New York 61 dead; 109 blind.
Chioopee, Mas Si dead: t aerloua.
Hartford. Conn. Is dead; t ser
iously ill. .
Holyoke, Mass. dead; T serious
CTilcago dead; 111.
Newark, N. J. Five dead,
Springfield. Mass. Thres dead; five
Cleveland. Three dead; IS 111.
Syracuse, N. V. Two dead.
Emporium, Pa. Two dead. . .
Richmond, Vs. One dead.
The deaths In New York. Syracuse
and Richmond cover the entire pro
hibition period. Those In the other
cities occurred In the last few days.
BootMtgera Are Bought,
, Federal officials Were co-operating
with state and city authorities to ar
rest thus responsible for manufac
ture and distribution ot the poisoned
liquor. Three men in Chioopee rails
were held on charges of manslaughter,
The whiskey sent Into New England
was believed lo have been manufac
tured In , New York, The authorities
also were warning the publlo against
purchasing liquor from "bootleggers.
In Washington officials ot the In
ternal revenue bureau snld that con
gross may be asked tor additional re
strictive legislation to meat the pres
ent situation resulting from sales of
wool alcohol. .
rifty ens fsrwms were dead
end S sarloualy III today In var
lous cities s the result of
drinking whleky containing
Of the, thirty ot the deed
and It ftf h ill were the vttv.
tlms el a quantity f polmnod
whiskey atloged to have baa.
shipped Into New England for
the Christmas trad. The ether
victims were dLstrtbuiad h.
twean New York snd Chicico.
Reports showed the following
casualties frota wood aicnhol
Chlcopse, Haas 14 deed; T III.
Molyoke. Map & dead; III.
Hertford, Conn 1 dead I II.
Chicago- dd; 1 111.
New York U dead.
The dsslha In New torli
er the entire month ot Decern.
bar. In the ethar elllaa h
dsathi occurred In the Ut (aw
Several arrests have boar
made In th New Kngland ell.
lew and other arrests were as.
peeled In New York,
ST Die In Two Days.
Springfield. Mass.X Dee. 11. Fifty
T deaths from drinking wood alcohol
"whiskey" wre recorded up to noon
today of residents ot Chioopee. Holy
oke, Springfield and Hartfurd. who!
had drunk the poisoned liquor Christ
The list of victims so far shows;
CklA... 1 S .1 .1 f lit. Tf 1. 1 I
VIIIWJIWI , Hiryv.B, I . , . ,
I dead, 1 111: Hartford, Conn.. 11 dd ,nv""Dn own wa
ins nrst word ne naa received til tne
ceremony wliluh to have been pa
New York, Teif tT-fiii!itlo that
Wanted for desertion from ert
at tha home
i L f')itia w , ii, - ' '
w Lf his parents, near Halls Ferry, Sat-
w, I expectt o enter Business ner. urday morning ty tni-t ri
The Keneral was welcomed bsck to Lev and Officer Lee Morelwk. Police
th. avnH of his col !: days today hn flrxt learned of Croirtiaw's daser-
S 111! and Springfield, Mass., 1 deed
I III. , - '
Kleven additional deaths of Chioo
pee men occurred last night and to
day .Twenty one persons In C,h1oopee
and Holyoke are In hospitals or at
home dangerously 111 from the same
cause and probably will die. ;
The state began to move swiftly
today to bring to Justice the poison
ers alleged to have been responsible.
Alexander Perry, proprietor of the
American House, Chioopee Fells,
whura niuch of the bfcoze was said la
have been drunk, surrendered to the
authorities at t;iiip.
Hall Plwvd nigh.
Perry was at once arraigned In po.
lice court on the charge of man
slaughter, connected with the death ot
Joseph Klmt, one of the vliitlms. t'har-It-s
Perry, his brother, end William
Baker, buth bartenders et the Amer
ican House wore arraigned fur man
slaughter, connected with the killing
of Michael Dedrtars. Additional char
ges of Illegal liquor selling were pre
ferred against the bartenders.
Ths defendants ware held In ll.
000 ball on the manslaughter charge
and 1100 on ths IHkkbI sale charge
and following lhlr plsas of n guil
ty, fhe cases were continued to Jan
Dead In Maamrhnenia,
Hi.rirn.riaid. Mass . Dae. 17. Thir
teen men snd one woman In Chlcopae
and five mn In Holyoke are dad end
M.n ara In a hftsiitta! her and
i. iinlw.li ho.nltnl aa ths result
of drinking wood slrohol. whlrh fhey
had purcnasea ior wnisawy. i
Tne cnicopea pones hut ntW
Clmrlmi l'rry. brother of the prop.)
.... . . . . t&ni
rlntor or III America q :.ua aim " -llain
lukar. a bar tender In the huts I.
Thav sre held In IHJ,i bail, char-
.A ulih manalauvhtar. Acting CltV
Marshal Csrna said that Alasandari
f'errv. tironrletor of the hotel, who!
could not be found yesterday, would
be arraigned In court later,
It It reported the police know the
drii-m which snld the liuor and the
number u lb automobile truck whl h
brought It lo Chleepee. Accoroing 10
k. ...-. .n, nf a Ilartf.ird aalutin
proprietor. Jt gallons of wood skoholj
wniaary wrr, wit t a iiwiiwi,
hut It Is ant known whether the liq
uor sold In Chlcopee came from the
Mailiral Kxamlner Edward J. Ms
formed In Monson, klaas., Christmas
day, was eontslnsd In statement ls
sued late today by Dr. William Orey
Vermllye, former navel surgeon.
Dr. Vermllye, who was located la
Brooklyn hospital, gave out the fn
"I have ne statement to make swap,
that en my return to the I'nltats,
mates (from South America) laatVrt.
day, I was met by an tnvttnttnn to u,y
own wtllng,' I am not hiding f,ui
any one, hut I have nothing further te
say at priliL" r
Mlse Ituth U. Kaeney. former Puck
nell university teacher, whom Dr. Ver.
mill's left, aivnnllmtto reimrta srrlvad
at the hnspltnl shortly trofore S ti'Uwt
and hurried into the office ef ftupartn
tendent Jacobs. '
BE BILLY DAIISEY
t...w mA th.v. waa nn ftnuht tha
men died aa te reint or o sicq-j
hoi poisoning, eji all had the seme
Franc: " . .
BrvsK and lief for Mi
en amendment to
by-laws adopted recently.
The amennnifnt w aut. "
..n.tim at tha board of ad-
. ,. . M 1 ... .1f..M
ilnistration eiier n n - .-a
.... Uima. run""1"" ' - in after n naa own
velB" - .... t three years ,. nmrA to break
DC reiasffu mirr av-it'i'S " " j -
that that period was long past, end
he decided to "release hlmselt"
Hory Klnser, resident ef linn
county alt of the II yere of his life,
. , . . .... MKt. Tctatf nn a farm
at? Kf?r vi."." '
aitjolnlng the one on whkb he wee
Oklahoma City. Okie., Dee, ll. A
child has been found In Cotlliiville,
Ukla., who auld his name was "!
sey" and who described pate mention
d In dtspalch rsgardlng tha Hilly
Dansey kidnaping myatary. Chtof fcf
Police Auton of Colilnvllle stated to.
Auton conimu ilralad with authori
ties et Hamrnnnton, N, J rr,ltng
Ilia child was fn Tulsa, this after
noon, Auton stated over the tliihna.
Auton said nn err4 bed been made;
that he had hoped to keep the matter
from being made publie until Haw.
monton officials eouid arrive, but that
since Whit had given eul the Infer,
matlon, h regarded It necessary t
make arrests 'tn mediately
The rbild, he said, wee first aeon by
him en e train between CulHnvlU and
It answers the description of Kilty
intwwy nd said Its name wsa !
s, the chief daelaad. Furthar, It
volunteered the tnfarmation that the
mn end womaa with whom It had
been traveling were not Its father and
"He even mentioned Mia daacrthed
In d'speti hes as havlnir bees passasa
ed by Die Iteeeey child," th ehlaf seleX
Four ( liliatf" Fatalitk
fhleaa-n rieic 27. fun r niee wet
4.. a nA at nihara are In a serteue
condition here today es the result of
wood alcohol Chrlatnis celebration.
Dr. John Dill Robert sun, health
MnniUiiur. censldered the siluallon
Wl cmfwyp cttifwyp IP PP
.i,t. nnnrh in bonis a suecial
,.,...,. nn the wmt-touss of wood
alcohol poisoning d earatlve meaev
uree possible, ae follows:
"Uytuptome: Gre,t scltbtliy: se
vere stomach pains; kidneys elfete;
At'FM.t BITS M'(XlfiM
New Turk, Deo. 17. Herbert Kauf
man baa become owner and ad it as nf
McCtuie's Msgaalae. it waa aneouaat-
ied today. The ptrBtlcetlna wee estah.
pished by a MrClere Ib 111 KauI-
. en s w n.-r. tmrvtru aa ae
siatent saure'try ef the Inferior due
,'ng the war and will realgn from that
office January I.
I (Centlaiied oa Fi T)
The Cottage flreve eouimen UI club
is eppoatng the proposed hasue of J.
e,i In road boade recoiumeedej
at recent tasetlng of taxpayer
been "J" " . hit home,
navy, rewrned to his noma.
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