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Oregon: Tonight and Wed
nesday fair, continued cold
er, gentle northeasterly
winds. Minimum, 32.
A vera bo tor Quarter Ending
December SI, 111
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FORTY-THIRD YEAR.---N0. 5.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1920.
Presbyterians Propose Con
ference To Discuss Propos
al In Philadelphia; Twenty
Denominations In Line.
LOCAL HELP NECESSARY
TO MAKE SURE OF FULL
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
New York, Jan. 6. Commissioners
of approximately twenty denominations
have accepted an invitation from the
Presbyterian church to confer in Phila
delphia February 3 to 6 on a proposal
"for a natlonnl merger of christian in
terests under the name of the United
Churches of Christ in America," ac
cording to announcement today from
Presbyterian headquarters in this city.
The movement, started some time
(ago by. the general assembly of the
Presbyterian church in the United
States of America, proposes formation
of a council elected by the supreme
hoilies of the various denominations.
The council would compromise two
ministerial and two lay delegates for
each 100,000 communicants.
Complete Unity Sought.
The proposed constitution of the new
organization, the announcement stated
"look forward ultimately to a complete
organic union of the -Protestant
churches entering upon the member
ship of the council." The announce
ment added that the constitution
"opens the way for a gradual merging
of the inter-denominational interests
wliile retaining the present denomina
tional ecclesiastical organizations" and
is "an advance on the present organ
ization of the federal council of the
churches of Christ in America as it
opens the way for consolidation of ad
ministrative agencies and carrying for
ward of the general work of the
rhurches through the council of the
The proposed plan of the council
calls for administration of home and
foreign missions, in behalf of the uni
ted churches as well as other adminis
trative agencies on the approval of thtij
supreme governing or advisory bodies.
It accepts the ordination and doctrinal
views of the evangelical churches Join
ing the council and provides also for
admission of community ehurches and
Churches That Mny Join.
Among denominations concerned
Presbyterian church In the Unlteo
Piates of America; Methodist Episcopal
church, Protestant Episcopal church in
the United States: Reformed Church
in the United States; Congregational
church: Disciples of Christ; Christian
Union of the United States; Northern!
Jiaptist convention: Evangelical Synod
of Xorth America: Reformed Episco
pal church; Moravian Church in Amer-
i' i : 1 mted Presbyterian church of
Signed by. Address
Mail the above card, when filled out, to Census Sup
ervisor Crawford, Postoffice Building, Salem, Ore.
OIL KEW KILLED
Washington, ian." . Bart
Bowlea and F. Roney," Americans
employed . by the International
Petroleum company, have been
murdered by Mexicans wiihlu one
, mile of Palo Blanco, near Port
Lobos, according to private ad
vices received here today from
One Mexican also was murdered.
No details were given, but it was said
that the American consul at Tani
plco was in possession of all the facts.
He baa not yet reported to the state
The territory In which the murder
occurred was said to be under the
control of Carranxa forces.
WILLAMETTE GIRL IS
WINNER OF NATIONAL
, ORATORICAL CONTEST
- Astoria census authorities have sent
Supervisor Crawford, who with his
staff of enumerators is canvassing
Salem to find out how many people
pre here," what the city's resources
are, etc., a challenge that Astoria will,
Bftir the census is taken, show a great
er population than Salem. The enum
erators are confident that Salem is
the larger city, and are bending ev
ery effort tojraise the population to
make Salem the second city in the
stato. But they need your help.
During this week, one of your fam
ily, who is able to give the enumera
tor all the information, should re
main at home. Because you can never
tell when an enumerator may call on
you. And this week is the time al
loted for the taking of the census in
I the city.
j And if you know of any Salemite,
whose permanent residence is here,
isind who, at present is out of the city.
fill out the above blank, and send it
to Census Supervisor Crawford.
AS ALIEN AGITATOR
DISK BY REDS
Houston, Texas, Jan. 6. Two Amer
ican employes of the International Pe
troleum company, murdered by bandits
near Port Lobos, Mexico, were from
Texas. They were slain Monday, ac
cording to information received here
F. J. Roney was a Houston oil man
and Earl Bowlea, .formerly was with
the Gulf Refining company at Beau
mont. The first report received here
from a correspondent at Tampico was
confirmed in a report to the Texas
E S MOINES,
Iowk, Jan. (.
Garrison of Wil
Salem, Or., waa
ic-day the holder
t the title ot first
place In the na
-vntest last night
which closed the
convention of the
Inter colle g 1 a t o
ciation here. She
Margaret is the first wo
Garrison man to attain the
highest honors in the oratorical con
tests of the association.
Henry K, Cnssidy, Ottawa univer
sity, Kansas, was awarded second
place, and Barton R. Pogue, Taylor
university, Indiana, third place.
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
London, Jan. 6. The bolshevik ar
my has evacuated the city of Dvfhsk
on the Dvlha, it is admitted in a Rus
sian soviet communique received by
wireless from Moscow today. The
place was abandoned under enemy
Pleasure, the statement says.
ine ietvian and folish armies
which are engaged in the campaign
on this front continued their advance
along the Pskov railway after the cap
ture of Dvlnsk, according to official
advices to the Lettish legation herd.
It was stated at the legation that
the first train from Riga to Dvlnsk
would probably leave Riga today,
thus establishing direct communica
tion with Poland.
The population of Dvlnsk enthusi
astically welcomed the occupying
GCAJARDO AND FORCE CROSS
BORDER TO JOIN VILLISTAS
Eagle Pass, Texas, Jan. 6. There
was an unconfirmed report here today
that General Alberto Guajardo, for
merly of the Jiuerta army, had crossed
the Rio Grande into Mexico, eight
miles north of here, with fifty-six men.
two machine guns and twenty thou
sand rounds of ammunition, to Join the
Willamette university's victory bell
tolled this morning amid Jubilation of
the students when word was receiv
ed that Miss Margaret Garrison, Wil
lamette's representative, had won first
place in the national prohibition con
test held last night In lies Moines,
Miss Garrison was a member of the
class of 1918 in the university, and a
member of the Phllodosian literary
society. In February, 1917, she won
first place in the Btate prohibition
contest, and in May of the same year
went to Los Angeles to compete in the
Pacific coast contest, taking first
place there also, qualifying for the
national contest. Since that time she
has been working continually to tm
prove the wording and delivery of her
oration, and to make It fit the pres
ent situation, so that her victory over
the best in the nation la a result ot
long, hard effort as well aa ability.
Received Training Here
Miss Garrison waa coached for her
first oratorical appearance by Mrs.
Helen Miller Senn, at that time head
of the public speaking department at
Willamette university. Mrs. Bonn also
coached her for the appearance at
I.os Angeles, and helped put on the
finishing touches for the national con
test. Miss Garrison also took work un
der Professor Delia Crowder-Mtller,
who is now at the head of the de
partment. She is especially noted for
the dramatic quality of delivery, ana
in connection with her work In pub
11c speaking gave a number of pow
erful readings and played strong dra
matic parts before Salem audiences.
She is at present a teacher in
Franklin high school of Portland, but
obtained leave to go to Dea Moines
to compete In the national contest. A
number of Willamette students who
have been attending the student vol
unteer conference lit Des Moines,
were able to be present at the con
Rally Held Today,
A rally was held In the chapel this
morning to celebrate Miss Garrison's
victory. In announcing the result,
Dean Alden compared it In importance
as an lnter-sectlonnl contest to the
recent Harvard-Oregon football game,
and spoke of the prestige which Miss
Garrison's victory will bring to the
west, to Salem and to Willamette Uni
versity. The student body cheered the
announcement uproariously, and voted
TO SIGN PEACE
Exchange Of Ratifications Set
For This Week; Wilson To
Call League Meeting When
Three Ales Accept Terms.
(Associated Press Leased Wire)
rarls, Jan. There is every Indica
tion now in supreme council clrclee
that the peace protocol will be signed
by Germany and ratification ot tha
treaty of Versailles exchanged on tha
coming Saturday. January 10, tha date
tentatively set by the counoll yester
day. The council of the 1 sague of nation,
It Is understood, will le called to meet
about a week later. ' !
Meeting Walts Action.
Washington, Jan. President Wil
son "will no tiouui iimus ma can tor
the first meeting of the league of na
tions undor the pence treaty when tha
treaty is actually In effect through tha
exchange of ratifications of three of
the allied powers and Germany, Under
Secretary of State Polk said today.
"I think there la hardly a doubt that
the president will Issue the oall," Mr.
Polk said, "In view of the fact tnai na
San Antonio, Texas, Jan. 6. The
divisional office of the bureau Of in
vestigation, department of Justice, has
received information from border
agents to the effect that General Gua
jardo with fifty-six men crossed the
Rio Gmnde between Eagle Pass and
Laredo Sunday night for the purpose
of participating in elections In the state
of Coahuila. No mention of anrmunl
tion or guns was contained in these reports.
Chicago, Jan. 6. Federal authori
ties today had in custody Rafael Mal
lcn. statistician of the federal trade
commission, in connection with the
nation wide arrests of radicals, while
the first of the 224 radicals held for
deportation were brought before im
migration authorities for hearing.
Mallen, who had just returned from
N..rth America: Welsh Presbyterian I V?' T .TV.': .,2
, ,, . , , i ui'inti imeilL ui justice laie iusl juui
land District Attorney Clyne is said
I to have asked officials at Washing
ton to Issue a warrant for him. Mal-
" lr. is D-.i.l tn l.n o t,-, am nf fVlA
unti'ii wiu tentative n inrov.i
ilumli; United Brethren and Primtive
Other denomination which have un
officially approached the proposed or
LITTLE GIRL LOSES
LONG STRUGGLE TO
REGAIN HER HEALTH
After an heroic fight for life, cov
ering a period of six months.
E TO IKE
Chicago, Jan. 6. Republicans from
11 middle western states continued
j today their work of molding party
j Issues and laying plays for the par
ticipation of republican women in the
1920 presidential campaign.
Demands of women for equal repre
sentation on the national committee
Frosts to Damage Fruit
And Berry Crop of Valley
But Little Says Paulus
n-..i u,.. ...... ..o.,, ..,.. ,,.J ml(K .V.I. h
to send a telegram of congratulations ' ""J"'""'" : "Z2 , 7L
... the treaty and It has nothing to do
to Miss Garrison, following thla a !wUh tn, au.y by the treaty and it has
rally was held, with songs and yells jnothlngto do with ratification by tha
n.n. f li-i-lUnn In celebration of United States."
Mr. Polk added that tie naa bo aa-
vlsed Premier Clomenceau and tha oth.
er entente premiers while ha waa In
Paris as head of the American peace
mission when they asked whether tha
president would Issue the can.
That damages accruing from the re
cent mld-wmter frosts will nffoct a
very small percentage of next season
crop is the oprhron of-Robert!, -Paulus,
manager of the Salem Fruit Union.
That trees and vines in portions of the
bottom sections sustained some dam
age has been generally conceded, but
even In the sections which first report
held at total loss, the milder weather
finds trees and vines recuperating.
Mr. I'aulus also observes that tho
heaviest loss sustained by the Ingan-
l berry growers was In Instances where
the yards had been cleaned up mid
trelllsed, the total of loss being mini
mized, however, by small percentage
of acreage on tho wires ot the time of
the frost. Most growers had their
vines down as they had tipped them
for new plants.
Strong Market l'roHpect.
Mr. I'aulus asserts that present
KILLS FIVE AND
stocks of fruit products will be cleaned
littlest the party and a sentiment, reflect- i from the market before the next mar-
pronilnent party ket placement Is made and that this
gorously with theone fact alone warrants anticipation
al situation as one for n mista inml market. Mr. I'aulus
lector. yarn last July, died at the home ot;ot tM cMet i8u,, of tne election cam- 'nays:
Hearing of the cases of 224 radicals hpr e-randimrentq Mr nn.t Mr. n!lnlgn were the principal develop-i "It Is too early to make any definite
Inspector Higgins. on South Liberty street, Mon-i11"1'' of ,h conference which began ' forecast as to the prices which grow-
jday evening shortly after 8 o'clock. Jcstorday. !ers will receive during this season, lint
jThe child had been failing for the past! W'V ' the women today regard- it is reasonable to predict god prices,
'several days. ied 'heir demands for "a fair repre- jjudglng from the heavy domand and
G rovers should an-
the Societv of Friends UnPed ccmmunlst Iabor Vln"- He was con Irma King, the 12-year-old daughter : ed in speeches of
-'..theran church and Reformed churci.'2"el T 1mi!itary prlsn at Campjof Mr. end Mrs. A. W. King, who was leaders, to deal vigc
America t-etormeu cnuici..Grant ln 1917 as a conscientious ob- Levore, ourned at a )oca, iRanbPm. labor and Industrial
TWELVE LEADERS IN
K AT BANQUET
CASE UP HELD; OTHER
Wheeling, W. Va An explosion
occurred In the LaiiKhlln mine of the
American Kheet and Tin Plate com
pany at Martins Ferry this afternoon
Eighteen men were said to have been
trapped In tho workings, but had la
Three of the men were badly burn
ed by tho explosion but It was said
that all would likely recover.
I'lre In the workings after tho ex
plosion was reported under control at
were before Immigration
Harry R. Landis this mornins as the
first step for selecting Chicago's con,
tingent for the next "soviet ark.'
Those have been termed "perfect de
The case was one of the most nathe-ii,'"utuon ln lne lmrly organisation as the short market.
Washington, Jan. 6. Twelve 'of the 'States court of appeals today.
' "tiiii; figures of the democratic par-i
including most of those prominent
J mentioned for the presidential none
la 'turn are on the list of speakers made
M'blic today for the Jackson dav din-
ner to be held here Thursday night.
message from President Wilson'
nl he read first at the banquet and
speeches will be made by the follow-!
William Jennings Bryan, Secretary!
J"mels, Attorney General Palmer,:
t. -vernor Cox of Ohio. .Times W rjer.
former ambassador tn Hermanv;
portatlon cases by federal officials ... ... ..,,),.,,,,,,,., .hn virtually confirmed with the state- tlcinate now the Increased demand for
Appeals of the cases of William D. bQre hcr Butfering wlth the courage of r ents of Will II. Hays, chairman of berries and should Increase present
C'lSig Bill") Haywood, who surren- a mart,r won the heart8 o( the cntl're tbe republican national committee. 'acreage as much us possible. Planting
aerect es:eruay io local uuinunu. . . . . strucirle for evKtenoeithat thrf rt'lulm'",n party offers the of logans. strawberries, evergreens.
under sentence by Federal Judge Lan
dis for violation of the espionage act,
were up for hearing in the UnlteJ
GRANGE BALLOT UPON
CUMMINS BILL OVER
The decision of judgd Gilbert W
Phelps of tho circuit court of Uma
tilla county in the case of Marlam
Caldwell vs .1. T, Hoxklns, an action
to recover damages for personal in
juries caused by an automobile, la af
firmed In an opinion written by Ju
tica Harris and hand.)d down by the
supreme court this morning.
Other opinions were handed down
Jons Thomson v (llebisch and Jop
lin, appellants, nppeal from Multno
mah county; action to recover dam
ages for deceit alleged by plaintiff to
have been practiced upon him In th
sale of cows. Opinion by Justice Uur
nett: Judg. llngley nfflrrnod.
Chester V. Dolph vs HarrlutU V.
Hpekliait appellant, appeal from
Multnomah cuunty, Action by attor
ney to recover for personal services
persuant tn a written contract. Opin
ion by .JiiHtlce lleiin; Judge Tucatfr
Robert I.ee Hoehmnr, appellant, vs
Julius HllveiKtone and Heneua Fouls,
appeal from Multnomah county; mo
tion to modify former opinion; mod
ification allowed In opinion by Jus
after the accident.
Washington, Jan. 8. Results of the
recent referendum In the National
TURKS READY WITH
REPORT ON TREATY
vomen everything we offer the men." black and red raspberries are ln keelV-
Last summer, while with her parents! ' """ r"r xtl national convention ,,K wth Increasing demands brought Grance on tho antl-strlke provlalons ot
in a loganberry yard near Salem Ir- juhu u-.i .lumm.-u mm about oy nanon-wiue pronioiuon. m iiia v-unimiou launmu iu ym i-m-
ma's clothing caught fire from li tln'SJ'rans'mPnU f'"' tiltlnK u" "f ,h ' every large city of the United Hlates scnted to Chairman Cummins of the
campstove near which she wag plavlnr Conseum t0 allow a aUnS capacity consumption of fruit beverages has In-nenate Interstate commerce committee
and the entire right side of her body 01 13187 WPre "':i'10' creased a hundred fold and the wise tomorrow by the grange's executive
and both arms were severely burned ' Elvvar1 Thayer of Indianapolis ' Kriwor wi put himself In a position committee which began sessions here
. an ca tcy a.-, &v i i t i. ai iifs iui no.- (. ,,rflf i accord 1 n i;l v ov increasing i may. n. v- .t uiiiiuuiiir,, .,
The skin was completely burned away
before the flames' were extinguished.
I Many Giro Skin,
i She was taken immediately to Wil
lamette sanatarlum, and her physician
issued a call for volunteers who would
give of their skin to be grafted on the
flesh of the Injured child. The re-.
llHfio.uet Honor leaders
At a banquet last night given by
the state central committee ln honor
of Chairman Hays and Mrs.
uiover houin, chairman ot the wo
us heard from tho results or tne reier-
Keveloiirnent Needed. ..'endum were unanimously In favor of
If the Willamette valley Is to actual- retaining Urn antl-strlke clause,
u- .ii.liKh ltlf the oremler mint-! The committee also will present the
John'.1(. nn,j qamty fruit area, advantage view of the grange on the pucker leg-
i..l.. ,.f ik n,ii.ni i i.T.nor- is ut on 10 i.nairmati uroium '
IN SCAPA FLOW TO
(Associated Prtss Leased Wire)
London, Jan, . -German wai'i
nk by their musters In Keapa Flow.
.men's division of the national com-',.,(. i, ,.,i,i,.n, Mr I'aulus senate agricultural committee. These, i.i,.,,, ,,,, iw,rt!v. It was said
also speaks a good word for the Ore-views are express. in n l-.,.wy., hf fg t0,,.(V rll decision to uiwpoie"
n it f f I he ln vii n flirln ti f itr I Vim
Constantinople, Wednesday. ,i. sponse was generous ana one or two:j.r.,I(,en,ial m!at.,n. and chair-: " ' : ' nioveroent and points out prepared for reem,t.,.l.m to the senates " , , ln ,lllH W)1V followed tha
Members of the commission prepar- square inches from 72 persons were .a ays devo.., tb.ir aenti,i to " 'VT l .i ' i 1 1J 1, Provides for strong government eon-,"f " " ' ' , L.iI.Ln i.v a ..-
Ing data on the Turkish view point rel-used. A secondary grafting from her'.f.avntrM problems. The tath rinif' . .",.'..'.....;,,..... v.. t,.,l of the packers to be artmlnlslered'"""''. ,',. .. M.in all of
iMini) Cl irt- m;..i t ative to peace nave com unru - own SKin was maue later, ana ootn op- ., , ,,,,,.,i,.,i i,, n,,. i-nn .
"" .ikernf ih h.,-. r- ' r work. In addition to territorial matters orations were considered successful. i,.,,!.!!,.,,,, u-omnn . I
'1. West Vlriginia; Senators HItrti-tne commission has formulated a de-. Late in November her heart develop-, Major General Leonard Wood, as-1
k. Nebraska: Pomerene Ohio- Un- tai!ei1 outline of projected legal and eJ a leakage, but after a course of filing anarchism, declared "the big-!
'wood. Alabama and Owen of Okla- administrative reforms which offers treatment and with excellent care, this KefIt problem of the day is maintrf-j
:"a. and Mrs. Peter Oleson nsoeiate siiosutuies ior was apparently curea ami sne wa re- nance of law ar.d order, respect f'
i r who not only plants Intelligently but ".i " I"" "
who avails himself of every chance to by a national food commission.
reeelv the larirest return from his.
HAN WHO PRATTLED ,SFH;ii;:
Peter meson, awmeiate uomuutes iw "i1" .."'-" was apparently curea ana sne wai re- r.anee of law ar.d order, respect for . . "V " . . .ii. " - " " ... ,. ,...eHon which
'be banquet incidental to the Quad- would deprive Turkey of possible e-moved from the Mnatoriurri to ti:lonBt,tu,ed authority and malnte-lf",eu. 'n inmiT nimnrn hirrt ' "a "I'l ,le,i of discussion
r.-;ii,in meeting of the national r - veiopmeni n-unumnau, "' " -"home ot her granuparents. on ner ilaee of a government under the "- ,, ..' ..,.,.,.,,.,., f! AkI II I I Ml Hllrk I llf ' . r .h r.iiied eoiintrl.-s. The al-
to choose , Z n.ndp.ace fo'r T " V""'' ,?h,''bWr , , 7 HDUU WWllX UlLO 1 t' I ' 1 of' 'raising the
"' national convention is expected to 1(";al maUers', l Christmas time, the numerous1 "As for the reds." said Gem-ra! . h " rnr ,nfH.arable Hu- v -lels and the possibility that tho
li..vi,ie a vehicle for thoie In the run-! Exchange of Smyrna for Macedonia, frf d ghe had ma,,e n U)e countyVood, "lets stamp them out. They 8';,e'" " l'r' ' i""1':'; , , i ....i-Lli would not be of
W.. for the Pres'dent Ll nol.tton 0 which wa Psed Just before the c( snowerM her wlth gifts and!grow In communities where govern--"" " a ,'r'''1 , A u l' " i belle ved to ha.
M ice their vie'" before the 1 arty told-rr ln prtnC by rememberances. l ent Is timid and slack." Ninetv per action, finds that good crop, and good w AB Walson. received at the Krea value w re .'Ij V;,,IJ'
ers and ,he country mler Venixelos of Greece 1. proposed. Cf Ww rrlrmK Cent of American labor is "on the;Price. are the best barometer of pro - mM from I(ll,,don last week.; weld ed beav y In Jf "'
i:..,. n . ' - -v i. ri ,.,i,.. a. I. . i. ,m r i .,..!,... perity. Kalem's prosperity depends 6wi Monday aflernoon. Watson has lnif the veiwels by xuwsivea.
t .v uueiesi ceniere.l in tne presi- . , ty ... ....... , --" '" " . ..,. ,h. i,.it enndlllon of- ..... .. ... i i. .......i..
1! e .o... ,t . I! I . VaUiaI I IT? AV1 fha lltllo eirl nffre.l a ..a,lcrhlr, fr.r iilair. ,i.rc. i -- u.i rui.ro a
k w erwiras una m "c lirPwiill Li! r iJUiUUl UliCil ;"' .'. ?" . .. . - ih orod.ieers and the present outlooK, , ,
n iiinrar.Iint., v. i... Af. . w - AhAarru nM nd Tifliinrii jnnr n-rtn in: rivfmfir 1 rnnx iwfifn or it-.
Ore?on Law Sdioo! Giyen
Recognition By A. A. L S.
cheerfulness and patience that won the; Governor Frank O. Low den of I!
one with whom
Death came bee:
c impaleu issue.
the producers and the present outiooK, j ls commiitment to the
r , .,H .h. I, .-n,.n It. nt.l In t.rf nirlnir ' " '' ' " " 1 UV HIS rI"-area )rmi
. .... .... .... r. .-, . - ,.n,ilrlr,e,ft IMfc . . l - . ...... . i nil.... 1 ...,l,.,l.l
J - T.K !..,. il,. . mr, liea ihr lo.lualrlal 111. lll'l' .,i mi Illliruer uiiimn
. ' tv,. i-ntv.r of the over-taxation of her heart dur-j allon. . "If every man and woman .coming season.
Kueene. Or, Jan. . Tne i now .. :,,.,.v ir,.,.r in n..iiti-i i
sitv of Oregon school of law has Just 's i, "',. . ... '..,...... A.i ! More than ') applieatPms
d by admission to tne ,. ' " ; . .. .,.... u. estate licenses have been received
association cf America
J..aa. Characterised "nn l.,ition-i
word" by White House officials,;
Jh nature of Mr. WUson s message is
t-ais: carefully guarded. Speculation-'
dva about h t. An "l 01 . . ' 1 . ,k.1 The body will h in mtU at the matters aa
rd term and cn the oeace treat v as bMB .T5 ,r.ei 'chapel of the Terwilliger Home, Che- imost of our ills would disappear." he
. . 1 DA a. y inn nr AniPfitau " ,
'li,.n,l..n iit-l uliii l. -rlr..ak I tiro (1
"""""" 1 r ,"' (
nojSalt Lake Owners DecGne
Offer for liuD irancwse
. j n,bnl4 art rct hita.'M
.News IO mm , . u-.Hne.rtnr The fnnera!
I ..a .-I v. f K tin I VI""1I !"- -
n 10 ami 12 a- Uswrted.
tw W Kane dpan OI ip
i Kn in Chicago t- i
i'r ine au l..ika fitv fr-.n. :
... ,n,iuv . league, ivu.-i
en Rrown, president of the Vancouver)
l'-t announced here today. J
""n said he sent a wire last ntehtt , -n-t.u mnrj thin TO
i riii in i.. . ..
is now greater
I Irtng fcouad for Hitls
held t 1 p. m.. P.ev. u. L. I.vell of In the war .n raaicalism, hrf saia.
Fvangelica! church, off clatir g. I there was no more patent argument
than h'Jine ownemhlp.
Governor Lowden made public a
letter to Senator Borah of Idaho la
which he urfed ratifleation of the
the office of the state Insurance com
vote of 1 Jj to J2.
an co ox er TJ r ' .. ,, .
iiucirs are remiv 10 oav
090 f..r ,k. ... : " - .M'GIWI vno . . .... T'.irLiI will lie In the I. O. O. F. ce
The Oregon school has now com-
i no .rn-j,j.. ,,,! According to announcement I
icle'eir reeover-eu . . .. .. ., .... . , . . . . It,,,. r,...!...,. with
. .. ....,.,- mm. ine aieirmijR rnnn n m ti-- 'vcn.,i. t,. ,.,v
. T-it. mnrii man . v , . ...... . . - f... . ....
Km v. ..... . ii..i..i. --- tbnrc will tiealn the erection of a 115. - ucn reservations as aireajy auupieu mai-t a rim i -e
. . .. . ..,.(.,. l.l-i "
hTd r ial - i Han Frances. Jan. ..-Jack Cook
'.'l it U believed that Wats.,,.', ballucl-Lead of the Halt Lake City basebal
ration a due to the fact that a rifle club, commenting on , ""
. .... i ... ..... Vancouver. It. C Interests were really
l the murder trials to prove that there to pav 35..)00 for he Halt Kaka .City
tr.a noil . ,. ,ifi. f the ealihre franchise, declared here today that no
lionu inwue ..r,.' i'ijijh ,irrc iic.ip .i.ui. ...... ..up v.
. ; . ..... i ,.u .. ..w . . it n t i. .,,..h offer would ne enteri.ne.
for wsier worn ana jiu,uo nr a . .j as inai won which mo ....rr... ... - .
hall ei-rried at Rainier Wednesday byj arcu.nl of having killed the girl, ln Utah club was not for sale, he saia,
When received at the
ai lil .,iiiiiiui.i-. . . . . , ,. ,M
S...-..H..I her l,e wa. so delirious as to Jail wheat In the Weston vicinity la
Kutrene building permit. In 1919 p.aka lcte!U,-ent uu.stioning Impos.I-.M.klng excellent and has
:ent over the Ide ami ne fiia not recover uinaniinj u..i.,.,i.. ,.j -
to throw any libt on his ravings. 1 reports irum umi
-or,- o7"vr;yor ,u;i:,v;n0x i
Tl r was expected today. .