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FORTY-THIRD YEAR.-NO. 2.
SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1920.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
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H SUA IX XL llJXlL
ARE BUSY WITH
Leaders Turn Undivided At
tention To Arranging' New
Basis For Settement Of
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
Washington, Jan. . 2. Republican
and democratic leaders of the senate
gave attention again today to negotia
tions for a peace treaty compromise,
conferring with various members of
their respective parties., -Senator
Lodge, Massachusetts, re
publican leader, sent for Senator Mc-
Wary, Oregon, leader of the mild res
ervation republican group, and dis
cussed with him how far the repub
licans could go in modifying reserva
tions approved by the senate major
ity at the last session of congress.
.Several ottyer senators also saw Mr.
Lodge. - V
On the democratic side Senator
Hitchcock of Nebraska, party leader,
conferred with Senator Swanson of
Danger that unless persons who use
the comfort stations under the side
walk at the corner of State and High
streets, are more discreet and eco
nomical with the use of paper and
towels, and cease to deface the walls
by writing, stealing light globes and
breaking door hinges and door panels,
the fund appropriated by the city for
their conduct will be exhausted and
the places closed, was sounded Friday
by J. N. Knowlton, who Is in chargi
of the stations.
Mr. Knowlton also said that due to
misuse of the stations the places are
laid open to unsanitation, and he
asks that the public cooperate with
him in keeping them clean and' in
tact, and thus assure their perma
nency as a city institution.
Jacob Tuleja Sought By
Local Police on charge
7 of Threatening to Kill
PEOPLE IN AMERICA
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
Washington, Jan. 2. The fourteen
th decennial census began today with
A warrant charging Jacob Tuleja,
50, who resides at 614 South 21st
street, with threatening to kill, was $
issued at noon Friday by Judge Unruh.
The warrant was sworn to by Mrs.
Lillie Schwabauer, 606 South !ls
street, and confirmed by Tuleja's wife, $
First Information of Tuleja's alleged
rampage came to police Thursday
night when Mrs. Tuleja went to police
headquarters and said that her hus-
band had threatened her life, and that
of Mrs. Schwabauer. She was advised
by police to get a warrant for his ar-
Threatens Woman's Life.
According to Mrs. Schwabauer's
story told to Judge Unruh. Tuleja was
walking past the Schwabauer home
Thursday night. Hs asked to see his
wife, who has been staying there pend
ing a divorce suit. When Mrs. Schwa
bauer hesitated, Tuleja began calling
her vile names, she claims, and said
"If you don't tell Gertrude that I'm
out here I'l kill you.';
Mr. Schwabauer, who was in bed,
was roused by the commotion at the
front door, and he came out.
DEFEAT is VICTORY- .
"All Oregon Is proud of
you," declares Governor Olcott
in a telegram forwarded this
morning to the University of
Oregon football squad at Pasa
dena, Cal. "Though defeated
it was against heart-breaking
odds. Your fighting Oregon
spirit has upheld the traditions
of your school and state and
the gallant gtight you made was
a victory in Itself."
FREED IN HILLS
Food Is Guarded
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
New York, Deo. 2. Famine condi
tions In Vienna are so acute that chll-
jdren's relief kitchens have to be guard
ed closely to protect them from pilfer
ing, according to a copy of the news
' paper Morgen Just received here.
Rigorous rules have been made against
taking food away from kitchens where
children are hrouirht bv their mothers
Are Liberated Before Dele-.t0
The newspaper says 105.000 children
In Vienna are fed daily in kitchens es
tablished by the American relief "ad.
ministration's European children's
fund. The dally value of meals served
by xhis fund throughout Austria Is es
timated at 2,100,000 crowds.
Animals Furnished By State
gation Of Residents At New,
Sllverton, Or., Jan, 2. Nearly two
hundred citiiens of Silverton were
guests of the Silver Falls Timber com
pany Thursday on an excursion over
I he Silver Falls road to the logging
camps twenty-six miles east or here
where seventeen head of elk were lib
rated. The animals were furnished by
. . by the state fish and game eommisafon
. '. a t. t a and wer8 ln charge of T. J. Crafg u'
(Associated Press Leased Wire) Portland. - I
Pasadena. Cal.. Jan. 2 Har.nv over The delivery was made possible
With its victory over the football game of lJiAZ.
OF OREGON SCHOOLS
200 Hardened Criminals Are
Witnesses To Hanging Of
Convicted Murderer; Sher
iff Says Action Justified.
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
Chicago, Jan. 2. Out at the county
Jail ln the grimly dim hour of dawn,
an experiment in psychology was
made this morning when 200 prisoner
were forced to witness the hanging of
Raffalo Durrage, convicted murderer.
Hardened criminals other murderers)
and felons whose expiation is not yet
the gallows were plaoed ln cells, tier
' ,on tier of whloh surrounded the squara
In which the scaffold had been erected,
superintendents oil 11 'BS th contention of Sheriff
l ear mat me signi oi me Rruesumw
Mr &.h.r.h...V. TV.i,- a W "co of T to 6 the Harvard state delivered the carload of elk at Friday on The nrst session aay 01 me adjustment, the listening to the admin.
ing the men, women an children of
the United States and collecting data
on the resources of the nation. The
" uv.oauci iiuiv nit? uure. It II 11 . . . . . . I. , . . . , . . , . ... . , . . . I . . . . . . i . ... , . . l . j a A 1
. '""i i,i .i.i a- , . ... eleven pianneu u nuin ouck noine 10- ssiiverton v eanesaay evening una m. superintendents association. viuy vwu isirauon ui huh, rues, nie wunu vi mo
8i),oou enumerators engaged in count-, ii.' I : V day. The Oregonlans naturally dlsap- C. Woodard, manager of the Silver emmtv educators
' . . . ...... ,w uic Kaio alter iuir. i , . . . , . . . . . , n,r . - . . . -
pointed at losing, but declaring "Har-,Falls Timber company, furnished con-
absent click of the spring trap and tWe Jerk
of the rope as It slack was snapped up
Ja. Tuleja fled to his home,
, a . v,..i ,v . 1,0 l. r 1 .1 .,, , ., 1- ed oy noon r nany. . -v.,,,. ..i i
Not Ion afterward it Is alleged he ftnB tomorrow. . ih nr.nn. of h lnnre enmnanv of At a banquet Thursday night 84 the whor(B .... mllrht fioma fllt.lp. temnf-
a great team" tentatively veyance for them to the mountains ""' " .t tne failing body-ral these would
the presence of the large company of ,
the gueats and given their freedom
More Klk Promised.
compared with 93,000,000 in 1910. j
nen uie liisu ueiiaua wnu Laivcii in now.
1790 during George Washington s ad
ministration the population was re
ported at three million.
The work is being done under sup-
Hotel Marloiv the superintendents ex
pressed the Intention of supporting the
Woodard not only furnished con-' Program anopiea oy ine maw lean-
hft tnvitfld era uunveuuuu wiuuit nujuurnwu u
frienda to ac
xrircrinia a. nnnslatent suDDorier 01 uiei .... . t,..F w miuJ'11"'"' uw,u's imiiu on nis. "oi,- xi.,i
administration m ine treaty i.B..t, u , probably will require weaoon of some aggregation said his men
u, t-ino' Tttah who voted for . ?. weapon 01 some kind, called to Mr.1 ,j , ..v.
nruaiu. .oi - - --- I lour montns. (jpku. ua u , , iWUUiu utiua w me universiiy wmt ivi. nuimiua nui only i
. i 1 t u i,c nimu l W1B gate. ,- l,nn,l.j.. H,or h.j o fnr h 0II7 hut
1 1,yy""u" " ."m,, ,whn o one replied,- he is said to have C":; ."h T,. Tn. Portland December St. Among the
u ivi.vvv.vvw mm xxi.uvu.vuv, yelled: ... i""" - - I . t" . " " iio- h miiMHl f K.
Come on out. tIm ready for you ln , Vded for the occasion and served ountV educational leaders are: the
w. 1 . . . ,. .. . . I t, t .j , .v. thrift camnalen: Increased mlllage lor
-1. r. - I rial vara muB iut points un a toucti-, uni:iitTuii m umnu . tuw vum- - - i t.uuriiniKiy t
Divorce Suit rends. A ... m. . ' . . , i,,, , m school purposes and an Increased sal- j..,,. i , .
one responded, Tuleja touchdown by A. C Horween. Oregon 8. After the luncheon speeches were BrJ 8"0.V . - . . Barrage was led forth. The quiet In '
sauntered around the Schwabauer goore(1 from goat9 from the tleld by nade by George W. Hubbs, Mr. Taylor l-lday morning the educa- ln, death chnmDer became absolute
OU hM-t f TiT there for! 'The W ot the frame." said the Mr. Taylor stated that the state com- h8 tu ?lna.lon, d ovep the mur(ierer's head.
? Z Z?ut t l ?t2 the do ! ? !?,?onr.and a halt Mrs- Sohwa- Los Angeles Times; "Is a story of Ore-i nlsslon had promised him another ear ld that this work will be Jom one ot th, hgner en cftm. a
1 " ' 5 l.U. nA nn4iln ' n lio rtoli vi'rtri In tha nuuirihilnu noaf vuiuuirriwu uj l. iii.i w uwn inn ( .(-l,!-,- e.tt,, ,
A search warrant was also placed In driUed collection of young giants. It! ere 'shortly, providing Marlon county offlclftl BOBHlon of this year's Ratherlng, ..when $0 we tttiVf
Tier by tier, oell by cell the cry was
ulation of the larger
middle of March.
Among the measures
reservations in the last session.
It was understood that the article
ten , reservation was given the greater
share of attention by members of
both parties and that so far neither
side had advanced a solution which
the other would consider favorably.
Both Senator McNary and- Senator
Lnroot, Wiseonsfn, and others of the
mild reservationists are understood to
have urged upon Senator Lodge the ad
visability, .of aggressive efforts toward
a compromise offer. They are under
stood to have warned him unless com
promise negotiations were in a prom
ising stage by Monday when the senate
reconvenes the mild reservationists
would support the proposal of Senator
Underwoo'd of Albania for appoint
ment of a bi-partisan conciliation com
Senator Lodge also saw Senator ins New York's population. The me- filed a Complaint against her husband, l coach "Shy" HmtiUBton of the lem the people requesting the secretary to Mulkey; Crook, J. R. Myers; Curry, W.
Swanson, democrat of Virginia, and al- tropoiis presents one of the greatest, charging him with cruel and inhuman 'on-yellow aggregation said his men wrHe Governor Olcott Immediately ask M. Kent : Deschutes. J. Alton Thomp.
L . " a . 'nrnhUm rmifmntln. the pensim hll- treatment. Hhn .,-,v.. I ' ' Breswu aaju , IUB jHBn .(n 1 ),,.! n C llrfwii ntlllnm
tnougn il was saiu tney reauneu nu e -- i--
p.mniMirn thev are satn fS have nne'reau, officials said. The ever-chang-;that on or
over a numfcer of suggestions for mod-"b " u...,,"..,, ,,fr me twice, ana mat on they could and convinced
ification of 'the article 10 reservation ovu6". -u..- ..i,v.iCi un ne tnreatened to kill made a good showing,
ana other parts of the majority pro-1 """"" " ii.i. i,iey were married ln
Ions to slay or to rob or to burn,
DiNith ChunilHT Seeno. ; S
And so firmly did the sheriff bolleve
n the efficacy of this idea that he per
luted ln Its despite protests from
cores of other persons who thought
he scheme was unnecessarily brutal.
Accordingly the stage was set In the
taken up. It became a roar above
cities by the
ithe hands of Constable Db T jflTl P" in a .i ! . i m s nm14 roliu r lauor llllll 4rv (hn nnst Will 1)0 Called.
Besides the enumeration of persons search Tuleja's home, where is hn-' k- Ji l1uHvfl..tr Ttifnr0 k r,niAii to be discussed are educational legts-
the census ncludes the accumulation Ueved he has a number of sand-bags, ba that wears and tftkes 0(f weIght." home ,400 was sulwcribed. and It Is la Ion and the inauguration of a state- whlch Wttraen.. volce. eaiM not
of information on forms, manufac- pistols and knives. j Oregon LeaVos Saturday. probable that another load will be sent w"1 thrl" campaign. be heard.
tures, forests and oil production. I A decree is now pending in circuit Pdena. nl ! .T.n !-T(,. TTnl. lere within a few weeks. 1 County superintendents present are:, rh. tr. Di.aBB dron-
New York Big Job. court here for a divorce, sought by'Veritv of Oregon tom het.n hrel Return FlmVy. Pk. 1 1,nkBr. M'H Wmette Bailey; Benton, 4hB mMI hn,nth toalfn,A
tlnl n,n t- f . - ' 1 ..... ... T? Tt!. rcinnnn! fllnfVnmnN J Ft Pnln- '
New York, Jan. 2. Nearly 4000 Mrs. Tuleja. The trial was held De-
yesterday by Harvard 7 to 6 plans to! Another interesting feature of the
enumerators today commenced count- cember 17. November 23-Mrs. Tuleja leave here tomorrow for Eugene.. meeting was the unanimous vote of van. Columbia, J. W. Allen; Coos, Q. K.
"When do we eat?" was his requiem.
Critics Aro Scored.
Sheriff Charles W. Pears later Issues
She alleged at that time, 'would go back with the knowledge for the re-appointment of Mr, Fin- " D1,sn,9' c; ,"rl!wn' ail,'nm- a stntement answerlnB erltlc who op.
a ft Noi''6mDer 2 Tuleja they had' played as hard a game as ley. , J' c. wturgtil; tirant. .y. T. ciav: mr-posed hla ttCtlon ,n permUUn(lf nrflmis.
tor, and the vast number of residents Potland August 80.
The general feeling among all the of foreign birth living in congested
conferees today seemed to be one of
confidence that an agreement could be,of the enumerator.
reached in the near future.
EBERT CALLS ON
IIS TO RESTORE
NATION THIS YEAR
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
Kerlin, Tiiursday, Jan. 1. Presi
dent Ebert requested the chancellor
to publish the following New Year
"In the j'ear Just ended chaos was
averted and the unity of the empire
was maintained and consolidated.
Under pressure of a reckless force
we were compelled to conclude a
Peace threatening the honor and wel
fare of our nation and placing the
fruits of our work of past and future
jears at the mercy of foreigners.
"The year which begins must de
cide whether Germany, despite all dif
ficulties, will maintain herself as a
nation and state and develop her eco
nomic life on a sound basis or wheth
er, through internal quarrels she wfll
definitely collapse and bury the hopes
even of her future generation.
"With these prospects of our fate
before my eyes I urge all those call
ing themselves Germans, in view of
the common danger, to close their
ranks in' order that each one. accord
ing to his capacity, may help to Hie
utmost in the restoration of the fatherland."
OUT STRIKE THREAT
(AasocUted Press Leased Wire)
Portland. Or., Jan. 2. Approximate.
y 100 workmen at the Smith Wat
eon Iron Works here., struck this morn
inir on order of the Metal Trades
Council of this district. The walkout
Is the result, according to the secre
tary of the Metal Trades Council, to
an announced reduction In the present
wire scale, addtiion of four hours to
the prevailing 44 hour week, and an
'Frisco Work Spilt
San Francisco, Jan. "5. With each
race having its own group of enumer
ators, drawn from, members of the
race, San Francisco started out today
to prepare its roll call jn the national
census. The 450 enumerators and su
pervisors met In the Civic auditorium
for final instruction and then went
forth to their duties.
The census taking was preceded by
a campaign by the cnamDer or com
merce and other civic bodies to se
cure all possible cooperation with the
census executives in the hope that the
claims of these bodies to a popula
tion of 600,000 for the city might be
bes Moines, la., Jan. 2. Just
what the christian churches of the
United States and Canada are de
manding of students In the two coun
tries was explained today "by several
speakers at convention of the Stu
dent's Volunteer Movement for For
eign Missions here. Dr. James I.
Vance of Nashville, Tenn., told of one
of the demands and how it Is being
met. Dr. James Endicott of Toronto,
Canada, discussed the Canadian side -r
of the Question, while Mrs. r.
DETZER STILL DENIES
CHARGE OF BRUTALITY
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
New York, Jan. 2. Captain Karl
W. Detzer, court martialed for alleg
ed brutality to prisoners at LeMans,
France, where he was commander of
a military police company, today con
tinued his categorical denial of all
the charges aganst him. He told the
courti that he never struck Private
Ggorge Williams, as had been as
serted by witnesses for the prosecu
tion and he also denied beating Pri
vate George Napier.
Detzer declared that Napier was
first arrested in a raid on a camp
which was a rendezvous for disrepu
table women. Napier was struck by
Sergeant Frank Hoyt after he had
attempted to strike the sergeant with
his fist encased In brass knuckles, ac
cording to a report made to the cap
tain by Hoyt at that time. Hoyt turn
ed the brass knucklett over to Captain
Detzer, who said that hs had used
them as a paperweight on his desk.
.Freed Of Murder Charge
Manssas. Va., Jan. 2. Unable to
reach a verdict, the Jury In the case of
W. C. Hall. nmhlhltirtn
" charsred with the mnrrtor nt T.avi-.n,.
Bennett of New York, pesident of the Hudson during a raid on alleged boot.
boad ot nome missions ui iu leggers, was dismissed today.
tenan chuwn spoKe on me uUJ-y a third trial was ordered, set for
from the vtewpoini oi women, ui. --;Aprll 5, and Hall released on 12500
Campbell White of New York, con- baJ,
nected with tne inter-cnurcn ..u charges against Deputy Inspectors
movement, aiso biiww. iw. tJ. Uunleavy, Harry P. Sweet ano
This afternoon the contention dei- j H gumvani jointly Indicted with
egates met in session and heard varl- HaU were B0e promf!(l
ous phases of mission work discussed j The jllrJr wa8 out lg hour an(J
The sessions were divided under the und);r!rtood to hav tood nlne tor(POB.
hads of agricultural, educational, vktum against three for acquittal.
medical and evangelistic. I
Non-christian religion, their workirl rt i . nr
and their failures will be the subject .former fTeSIflent Jt
at the general meeting oi tne conven
tion tonight ,
BRYAN CANDIDATE IN
Detroit, Mich.. Jan. 2. William J.
China Dead In Pekin
Peklns, Tuweday, Dec. 30. (By A
sociated Press.) Former President
Feng Kuo-Chang, of China died here
I In a circular telegram Issued from
his death bed to warring governors, he
.urged cessation of civil strife and re
conciliation between the factions of
the north and south.
the Silver Falls road.
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
New York, Jan. 2. Cheers and
handclapplng greeted the action of
Magistrate Corrlgan today in dismiss
ing charges of disorderly conduct
against three women arrested Christ
mas day while attempting to parade
ln Fifth avenue in a demonstration
for the release of "political prison
ers." The defendants were Miss Gla
dys Orlner, daughter of John P. Grl
ner of Baltimore, a member of thrf
United States railway commission to
Kussla; Dr. Gertrude Kelly and Miss
Magistrate Corrlgan rapped for or
der when the court room demonstra
tion started but it only increased in
Magistrate Corrlgan declared he
disagreed with the contention of the
prosecuting attorney that the signs
"free political prisoners" carried by
the women warranted a charge of dis
orderly conduct. The policeman who
arrested Miss Orlner 'as she was
mounting the steps of a church with
one of the placards 'in her hand was
characterized as "too officious" by
had The ellc "ratea are said to nave " ". v.... ""'""" ers In the Jail to witness the hangln
been the first consignment made In W. Ager; Jefferson, Mrs Lillian Watts ft b,,Jeot oBgol,, M Bltttem0nt
" Oregon. The passenger train which Josephine, Mrs. Alice M. Ilacon; Kla- 6 M oj0W,.
carried the guests to camp was also main, m w' "In my opinion the modern coddllnir
the first passenger train to pass over i)l,v.er: . ne' . Wo',re: . Jn0"'' of criminals by well meaning, but rnls-
, ,L 1"nn:, n,r"B. ur, mined, "ympathetlc, theoretical re
mlngsi Malheur, Mrs. Fay ' Clark Hur- formel. H,f.conllUtutcd orKanIm.
ley; Marlon, W M Smith; Morrow , onfl o( the BrettteHt emmtlH of
Ms. Lena Snell Shurte; Multnomah . W. th, pr(((,ent crme wave In this city.
C. Alderson; Polk, Joslah Wills; Slier Thc. lnterfer(,nce wlth (ne v,Korou(,
man; Miss Grace I;;;Muy; Tillamook. enforce,m),nt of the law hn8 dMt roym)
O R Lamb; Umatilla, W, W.Gr-een; ,h- ftBr ot punlBnment by er,mlnilta t
J. C Conley; Wasco, A. H. Oronewald; rent tQ fa commission of
Washington, N. A. Irost; Yamhill, a crlme to be ,ncarceratfli , 0UP penaI
Duncan. , institutions. A large number of prln-
tr t ui f ""f,1 Rlver Bnd oners opehly acknowledge that they
'"" "' V,U1"Wm "".r; would prefer to be Incarcerated in the
pectfd to arrive ln Salem Friday night. C()Unty Jn, whr(, fhpv Bre bflttBr ,
and whore sanitary conditions are ful
(better than ln their ordinary environ
RELEASED; MOB CHEERSiHEDICAL EXPERTS
CALLED TO STAND
NEW TRIAL TODAY
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 2. The trial
of Harry 8. New for the alleged mur
der of Miss Freda Lesser here last
July passed from the realm of human
Interest to that of science today when
the defense prepared to Introduce
Mexico May Grant Amnesty
To Captives In Foreign Lands
Maftlno CltyrThurtilay, Jan. 1. Am-
riitutv mil V Iia trm ritnri M (v(fli n f ilirl
five physicians, who were first to qual t!ve(; , forKgn ooiintries by the gov
lfyis exiierts, and then listen to pro- .. j.rpB,i(,t rnri-ani declared
pounding of a long hypothetical ques- todav at the N(5W Year's reception at and peaceable citizen is entitled to as
"Too Much Sympathy."
"Tho reformers are constantly advoc
ating the adoption and enactment of
aws which are for the purpose of ul
evlallng the punishment of the crlm
iif 1. forgetting and losing entire sight
f the protection that the law nMtllng
tion when they are exannnea 10 oase the )ftiace. The present's statement
an opinion to the sanity or insanity of waH , anMWPr to a petition presented
the defendant. by Colonel Antonio Jauregul, survivor
Defense experts In attendance were of tne war o French intervention.
Dr. Edward H. Williams, formerly.
THIEF, LONG HUNTED
GIYES UP TO POLICE
Lumber Workers Repudiate
gainst these human parasites.
"If one-halt of the epergy now spent
n sympathy on murderers and crimi
nal would be devoted to the families)
ctf the victim and the other half to
fringing to Justice the brutes who hav
(blotted out the lives of law-abiding
and peaceful citizens and darkened
ll I I m m n l forever the lives of others, this would
UniOn AS 1. Vf . W. DranCn be a happier and safer world to live
Before the execution the receiver of
he only telephone connecting the Jail
with the outside world whs removed
th de- tlon of the timber workers union by 631 r" Its hook In Jailer Davie' office.
superintendent of Matteawan asylum;
Dr. Ross Moore, Dr. Haymond Hands,
Dr. E. O. Swyer and Dr. K. H. lloag.
all men who have had extended ex
perience in treating insanity.
It was announced that the state
would attempt to counteract this ev-( Eureka. Cal., Jan. 2. The lumber
idence by producing three or more mills in thl vicinity started on a new
experts who would ulso respond to a baHls today as far us labor conditions
hvnothetical Question frapied by the were oonoerneu, following trie repurtlrt
prosecution and bearing on
It wus reported that this action was
ken to prevent n possible reprieve of
he condemned man at the lust inin-
nouncement thst plant would operate Rmn will be entered In Michigan's
under the "American plan." No dla- residential preference primary as a
order has marked the strike, 'candidate for indorsement as democra
San Francisco. Jan. 2. With the
cloud of a $10,000 theft hanging over
him, J. J. Robinson, formerly a trust
ed employe of the St. Francis hotel
here,' enlisted in the United States ar
my ln Denver, served through several
hard camj!jfn in France, accord
ing to his story to the police, and then
surrendered himself today.
PkObinson disappeared in May 11
after having been given a 110.000
check by the hotel to cash. He said
he visited many of the big cities In
the country, finally enlisting In Den
ver. He was reieaseo on la.wvu oonos
Robinson told the police
returned li,00 of the stolen funds. r the Western Irrigation Congress
WOlCn Will imprfiew lire miiB,cm,i...
'delegations of the 17 reclamation stales
Ji the Interest of Increased appropria-i
C I J II If tons for reclamation purposes, I
JVIliS OOU ami lUnUCU I Cupper will go from here to Den.,
Ver where the delegates will assemble
Pasadena. Cal., Jan. 2. James F. In order to travel to the national capl
Armour, a realty dealer .today shot t 1 In a body,, holding conference dur
and killed his 14 vear old son. James ine the three days en route. The gov-
fenrtant mental condition at the time of Its member Wednesday because of
of Miss Lesser.' death last July. their conviction that the union was ef.
ti, rf.i.nu'i hvnothetical oues- filiated with the Industrial Workers of
tlon was prepared yesterday, it was the World. The workers tore up their When asked for nn explanation
announced and would be from five to memberohlp card. (tiler Davles smiled arid said.
.w.nrt lonir In view of' '" I "I "'t say why It wu done. You
thl fact it was believed all day would JKM'K'OK VISITS WALL
be required for the presentation of the
expert evidence for the defense.
KTIIFKT see the telephone Is out of order."
CUPPER TO REPRESENT
OREGON AT HEARING
State Engineer Percy Cupper expects
o leave Balem next Tuesday or Wed
nesday for Washington, D. C, as a
he had Biemt,er of the legislative committee
New York, Jan, 2. Admiral Jelllcoe
retired first lord of the British adrnlr-1
ally, who has been making a tour of' London, Jan. 2. fllr Frank Caven.
Canada and mapping out a naval pol- dish Lascelles, British ambassador to
Icy for that country, today visited the Clerrnany from 1 5 to 1908, died here
New York stock exchange as the guest' oday. He had been minister to Ru
of Charles M. Bchwab. mania In 1880 and to Persia In 1891.
Pasadena Realty Dealer
Associated- JYcm Leaned Wlr.
1 F. Smith, president of the tic nom'nee for president, according to' " wueniin. -.. Jan- z Lafayette Cochrane Armour, while the latter lay ernors or nine states, inciuoing vva
rks. who Is also r resident of friends of the former secretary Newell, 3. slayer of Mrs. ijary Reeves in bed at the Armour home In one of ngton. Idaho and ftah, have signified
" t U.'irt..n.t 1. i ,1 . .
the Columbia River Shipbuilding Cor- 0f state.
at Somerset. Eldorado county. October the best residence districts here. Then their Intention of accompanying this
oorsarlnn 1, i . .... . i.,. . ,!. f,v,. m-hifh will re. . was Hanged for the crime at the father shot and killed himself. committee to wasnington.
any jtitd k, far a" both concerns are noire only 168 names, will be in circu- - hr today. He was pro- Mr. Armour left a note telling of his It is expected that Whitney Boise of
concerned they will operate If at all. ution shortly. It was said. The prlmar- nounred dead at 10:27. Newell col- Intention to "go and take the boy Portland will represent Governor Ol
n the "open shop" basis In the fu- ies will be held April S. lapsed twice on the gallows. along." cott as a. member of this delegation,
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