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JOTTTHTOD YEAR NO. 196
SALEM,-OREGON, TUESDAY, ANGUST 17, 1920
PRICE TWO CENTS
! don-Show up Well in
Win Long Distance
Olympic Stadium, Antwerp,' Aug. 17'.
r-AU four American entrants (h the
110 meter hurdles event of the seventh
Olympiad won their heats In the field
of 26 stftrterst oday. H. B. Barron of
the Meadowbrook club, Philadelphia,
who, won the second heat, made the
boat time 15 1-5 seconds. .
Barron just beat Earl Thomson,
Dartmouht college star, who ..repre
sents Canada. Thomson toppled two
hurdles, . losing: his tarlde, but he fin
iimhed fast and strong. The field out
side of the Americans and Thomson;
was mediocre. - .
5000 Meter Run. ,
'.The final of the 5000 meters run
was won by Guillemot of France. Nur
ml of Finland was second ; ; Backman of
Sweden third; Koskeniemie of Finland
fourth; C. B. Blewitt, England fifth,
and W. R- Seagrove, England, sixth.
All the American entrants dropped, out
before one-third the race had been
run. The winners time was 14 minutes
15 seconds. - '
. In the first round of the tug of war,
the British team was first and the
Herbert H oover Visits Scenes
88 SB ... ffi : 83 S5SJ3 SB 83 SB" ' SB SB'
cation Trip Auto Tour
Former Food Administrator and Presidential
Candidate Spent Night in Salem-Wif e Does
Hotel Registering to C onceal Identity-Enroute
to Minneapolis After Fishing trip in California
crj rn en rjr CIS
TO , . TO - - 00 . 05. CO
Bronzed and sunburnt, Herbert
Hoover, food administrator during the
war, prnvlsioner of Belgium, the great
est mining engineer of today, a recent
he said; "This Is my home town and
l have not been here but once in 30
years, excepting In 1913 when I passed
thrniierh After hattlor In TUTaAtnw en
candidate for the repunllcan nomina-. business."
oV " vlZ " or tne- united "Before leaving Salem I am going
States, and the man who made every down to look over the old place where
nousewire in America, if not In the
world, familiar with the term "Hoo
verlze," spent Monday night and a few
hours Tuesday morning in his old
home town, Salem. He was accom
panied by Mrs. Hoover and their two
sons, Herbert Jr., and Allan.
Unlike many" who have "gone from
their native heath and become famous,
Mr. Hoover's visit was unheralded and
his stay very quiet. His visit - here
would have not been known had his
wishes been respected for the Hoovers
are . quietly traveling together for out
ing and pleasure. Their Identity was
not discovered until a short time be
fore they departed, for Mrs. Hoover
had done the-registering and had sign
ed them as "Mr. and Mrs. H. Henry
I worked as a boy. The place Is now
an auto repair shop." The place pf
which Mr. Hoover spoke was the office
of the old Oregon Land company and
were where the present Hull Auto Re
pair shop Is located in the Y. M. C. A.
building on North Commercial and
Chemeketa streets. This is -the. place
where for some time Mr. Hoover work
ed as office boy for the real estate
company and where he put in many
hours of hard studying.
Mr. Hoover said that there was a
great change in .Salem in these SO
years. "When I was , here then all
these streets that are now paved were
dirt and were so that one had to wade
through a foot and a half of dirt to
get any place and the principal busi
Hoover and sons of California." Mrs. ness houses were saloons, which were
Hoover was before her marriage Miss evervnlace. Rut tha saloons are eons
'Louise Henry and her maiden name now and are replaced by auto repair
was usea as a disguise. (shops so much in . demand." ,
The Hoovers are traveling in one i Mr. Hoover declined to say anything
of their motor cars which bears a Call- about nolltics or the topics of the day
jrornia stale license ana are laicing a i with the remark that he was on a va
while being interviewed by a Journal
reporter. .. They have come from Cali
fornia where Mr. Hoover spent a
month fishing In the mountains and
are on their way to Minneapolis. They
left Salem about 10 o'clock Tufes,ay
morning for Portland arid will leave 1 that he was the person whom manyof
that city the same evening. ithem had been boosting for the high-
Mr. Hoover was loathe to talk but I est office in the nation. t
American team second. In the second vacation gj ur. Hoover expressed It,
match, iioiana aeieatea limy.
Victory in the final heat of the 800
meters run today went to Great Brit
ain, A. 0. Hill of the BrltTah team fin
ishing first ahead of Earl Eby of the
Chicago A. A.
bandon Wins High Jump.
R, W. Landon of the New York A.
0., won the final in the high jump of
the Olympic games heret oday ana jn
so doing established a new Olympic
record. Landon's jump was 1.94 met
ers. The former Olympic record, was
Ekelund of Sweden and H. B. Mul-!
let of the Olympic club, San Francisco,
were tied for second place at 1.70 me
ters. John Murphy of the Multnomah"
A. C. of Portland, Walter Whalen of
the Boston A. C. and B. Howard Baker
of Great Britain were teld for fourth.
place with Jumps of 1.65 meters.
The heat qualifying for the final of
the broad Jump resulted as follows:
Peterssen, Sweden, first, distance
6 94 meters: Abrahamsson, Sweden,
6.811 meters; C. E. Johnson, University,
of Michigan, third 6.82 meters; Frank
son, Sweden, fourth, 6.73 meters; R.
L. Templeton, Leland Stanford univer
sity, fifth, 6.67 meters; Aaslad, Nor
way, sixth, 6.62 meters.
10,000 Mptor Walk.
The first qualifying heat in the 10,
000 meter talk was won bq Frigerio of
haly. J. P. Pearman, New York A. C.-
was second. Parker of Australia.
cation now and that it would, be too
much like work to think of any of.
those things now. 1 , , ;. ..
At the local places where Mr. Hoo
ver and his family , called he passed
unreoognized and they did not know
at South Bend
With 26 Killed
Chicago, Aug. Xl' Reports of a
wrucK on the Chicago, Gary & South
Bend Interurban line at Portage Cross
ing, four miles west of South Bend,
Ind., were denied by the company's of
fices at Michigan City. Reports at
Michigan City said there was a wreck
on the Lake Shore & Michigan South
ern near South Bend.
The Lake Shore offices here, how
ever teport the wreck is on the South
Shore Electric line. The New York
Central operator at ' Lydlck, seven
miles west of South Bend, reported
inirfl' DaHaai n Tf-nT.. m ..-.i r- y
tairJ ihw"It.n,or- i that the interurban car turned over
--o evil i ocgcaa vv
i or Oregon Wheat
Portland, Or.;, Atig. ' 17. Charter oi
two British. Bteamers to load .new crop
grain here for the ;.United Kingdom
was announced today by Kerr, Gifford
& company. ; The , steamers are the
Heilbronn and NS.clto Pe Larrlnaga.
The charter of these two British Bteam
ers was the'flrst made for the move
ment of the, new wheat crop which
has already begun to arriver at tide
water. C !
oeigium, sixth. W. J. Polker of the
new York A. C. was seventh, being
ut out, as only the first six qualify.
The winner's time was 47 minutes
6 8-5 seconds.
The second qualifying heat in the
10,000 meter walk resulted:
' Hehir, England, first; McMaster,'
South Africa, second; T. A. Maroney,
Aiuelms A. C, New York, .third;
UUam Plant, Moringside A. C, New'
-Irk fourth; Melendez, Spain, fifth;.
Uoyerf Belgium, sixth. The winner's
uraewat 61 minutes 34 3-5 seconds.
Qualifying heat in the shot put re
sulted: ' Nicklander, Finland, first, distance
"165 meters; P. J. McDonald, New
A. C, second 14.08 meters; Por-'
', Finland, third 14.035 meters; H.'.
f "versedge, United States navy.;
L0""h 1-7S meters; Nikkson, Sweden,:
13.735 meters; Jammer, Esthonia.
"til 13.60 meters. ' ,
n C' Cann' New Tork A- c- wlth'
i," "eters and George H. Bihlman,
iV?Pf0 cIub' San Francisco, with;
"676 meters failed to qualify. I
. In Fencing Boats. '
America defeated England in fen-
with fails today, winning- third
mace. Each team won eight bouts but
Africans scored 32 touches,
B'Mt 31 for England. .
American fencers yesterday defeat-
" Oenmnrir k.. o , . - .... . .
Paris, Aug. 17. William Adamson,
after jumping the track and that 26 .labor member of the British parlla-itlon
Boycott of Mays
Urged by Players
Who Fear Pitching
Boston, Aug. 17. Players of the De
troit and Boston clubs of the Ameri
can league today prepared to draw ud
a petition asking for banishment from
organized baseball of Carl Mays of the
New York Americans, whose pitched
ball fractured the skull of Ray Chap
man and the probability that members
of both teams would refuse to play In
any game in which Mays was the pitch
er was expressed by some: players.
The Red Sox met yesterday when
word was received of Chapman's in
Jury. It was agreed, said Outfielder
Menoskey, that ail would sign a peti-
Soviet Forces Falling Back
In Fast Counter Offensive
' "J '. ....... ..'.I': , ' - ' . t. . ,i .'.I..' k . . . f .
Russians Pushed Beyond Wyra River and Cie
chanow Regained by Pilsudski French Save
Day Taking Prominent Part in Directing Pol
ish Army-Reports of City's Fall Prove False ;
- - Warsaw, Aug. 16. The Ruasian soviet hold upon the gates of
Warsaw has been broken, according to allied officers here. Th
Polish counter offensive is declared to" be in full sway at various
points with the soviet forces falling back in confusion. v
The Polish communique announces that the Poles in following
up their5 counter offensive have advanced along the entire north
ern front.' They have pushed the Russians beyond the Wyr
river and regained Ciechanow, the soviet forces retreating while
Polish aviators fired on them with machine guns.; Fighting con
tinues in the region of Radzymin. . v - ,
' t: Paris, Aug. 17. The French foreteai
V " f f I oriice this evening reported euccessfut
i eggmen vracK
Police Safe Stealing
$25,000, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 17. The
safo In Police Judge Chesebro's
courtroom in central police station
was robbed last night of approxi
mately (26,000 It was discovered
when court opened today.
The robbers worked the safe com
binatlon and smashed open the cash
The court room Is on the second
floor of the police station.'
Police blamed , the robbery on
?eggmen and announced their first
work would be an effort to learn
who gave the robbers the combina
tion to the safe.
Lord Mayor of
. As Seditionist
Polish counter offensives from Thorn
to clear out- the Polish : corridor an
along the entire southern front. . , .
The statement says the bolshevtM.
who had planned to cross the Vistum
southeast of Warsaw in the region at
jMaclejowlce (SB miles from Warsaw)
were forced back. The right wing of
the fourth Polish army, in. breaking
the soviet resistance at Kock (32 mtiao
south of Siedlce) took 200 Russian
prisoner and capturerd cannon and
maohlne gun. --.-' ' - I "'
.- Warsaw,' Aug. 17.There. were r
newed signs at the front Sunday that
the French; were ytaking a. a mora
prmoinent : part in. the guldayce of
the Polish army. General Weygand be
said to be responsible for the nw
tactics employed. . . ,:, . ,
Warsaw, ; Aug. 17. The' Russian -pressure
upon Warsaw has been re
lieved, according to tha official Pol-,
ish communique, Just issued. The
statement reported that General Pil
sudski directed the . counter stroke)
that effected this relief.
Cork, Ireland, Aug. 17. Terrence
MacSweney, lord mayor of Cork, wah
deported to England today aboard a
destroyer after having been found
guilty of sedition by court martlai
yesterday, MacSweney still refused to
eat." .':' ;'.
Washington, Aug. 17. Reorganiza
tion of the bureau of immigration has
been ordered by Assistant Secretary of
Labor Post. ' .
The action was taken. nfflnialH anid since he was arrested last Thursday
today because of conditions Indicating .-J!??' flt hvvin under
SUll Held by Poles
- London, Aug, 17. Warsaw is stilt
held by the Poles, so far as dispatch
es disclose. The latest soviet com
munique does not claim,; the city is
: Reports of the city's fait, announce
ed Sunday by the bolshevik staff at
Vllna, according to. a Kovno dtspatcil
to the London Times, are not con
firmed and are virtually discredited
by the Times, which alone printed!
tViskm All anailn 1 ailnlnsii ha.. - J
?ZCt:Z7: .Wrr,fri2?. ter '.than Sunday-concur that War-
saw was then held by the Poles.
Kusaian attacks were being con-
utter disorganization of the bureau," having made a seditious speech on 'the ' tan"y renewed and the severity was)
First steps In the reorganization ocacslon of his election and of having
were taken bv Assistant Secretary Pout W his possession a copy of the resolu
Jiilv 21. when nnnnmrnlssilnno rsnr. ul l"B ""rK c"purvion piBuBinK
al of Immigration Caminettl was shorn L!?08 t0 the Irl8h PUca' P'"
nasengers were killed under it. ment, and Harry Gosling, leader of the
An hour after first reports of the English transport workers, represent
wreck railroad offices wee still unable Ing the British council of action of the
to get definite information. , Triple Alliance of Labor, have been
The New York Central operator at requested to leave France, following
Lydlck-wired the dispatcher here that which they will be expelled: Adamson
all physicians and most of the resi- and Gosling arrived today and con
dents of the Jjpwn had gone to the f erred with French socialists. ,
scene but a mile and a half east of
that place. ' Harding to Address Unions.
Marion, Ohio, Aug. 17. Senator
South Bend, Ind., Aug. 17. Two de- Harding's Labor day speech will be
railments on the New Tork Central delivered in Marion to a gathering of
lines today, one at Osceola.Ind., ana the central labor union, it was oecmeu
the other at Chesterton, Ind., caused today at a conference en campaign
rumors of a wreck in which twenty- plans between the republican nominee
six persons were reported killed. . and other party leaders. - '
of the authority he had exercised of
making recommendations In appeal
to President . Johnson of the, and warrant cases. The department
league to have Mays ruled out of the contended that only the secretary of
game if Chapman should die, and that
the players would not go to bat against
his pitching again: With news of his
death the players discussed the carry
ing out of the plan.
"Stuffy" Mclnnls, Red Sox first
baseman, hurried from his , seaside
home at Manchester to call a meet
ing of the players.
Members of the Boston club who
were team mates of Mays until the
Belfast, Ireland, Aug. 17. -Temple
mare, County Tlpperary, underwent a
grim ordeal of reprisal last night fol
lowing the murder of District Inspec
tor Wilson, according to a press dis
patch. The police and militia turned
labor and the assistant secretary were
empowered , by law to exercise Judg
ment in such cases.
into the causes of and remedies for the with, 9m ' a"d b!U,!Prdll?,,cle";
severt! shops were wrecked. The dis
orders lasted several hours.
.disorganized conditions in the bureau
of immigration and Its consequent
i Certain "udestrable" coditions pre
vailing In the bureau were ordered
Ball Player Killed by
A Wild Pitched Ball
Fracturing His Skull
New Tork, Aug. 17. Raymond ing -that he had . suffered a fractured
Chapman, shortstop on the Cleveland skulL Two players, with Chapman's
American baseball team, who was hit arms about their shoulders, started to
t, - ' uuuv io i, uui luui on the head by a ball tnrown oy mcn-iwaiK him orj tne iieia. xie appearea
PU k8 l.t0.- S- tIaly t00k fir? Carl Mays in yesterday's game withv waIk ftt flrst aim08t unaided but a
fW lc "lms rance l ' the New York Americans, died in tne ',. ,
w winning second place. Contests
ga competitions began today.
w . w. Honeycutt, Captain R.
i ... lnA tla !am tutm m.
St. Lawrence hospital at 4:50 a. m. to-" ------
dv. Ha never retained Consciousness umi -
after an oDeration. which was hurried
ly decided on shortly after midnight,
tlmn. M' y Arthur,when a portion of his fractured skull
TmS . Breckenridge made up ' removed.
American team which fenced Mon-j shortly before It was decided to
latter deserted the club prior to his; remedied immediately. These Included
sale to New York last year, said they J besides the enforcement of the decls-
felt certain the eDtroit players would ion affecting the transfer of Judgment
Join in such action as might be decid- over appeal and warrant cases to the
ed. 'secretary or assistant secretary of la-
"Ty" Cobb, Detroit star, asserted bor, "the excessive freedom of access
that summary measures should be to the immigration bureau during
taken against Mays, immediately, 'working hours of persons not officially
Oscar Stanage, veteran catcher of the connected with the bureau."
Tigers, said the players had already , to insure the removel of those "un
discussed action. 'desirable" conditons an advisory corn
Mays has ben a storm center of base raittee was appointed to continue the
ball controversy for years, first, be- inquiry.
cause of his close pitcnmg, as a result
of which players frequently complain
ed that he had tried to "dust them
off" and later when the deal between
the Boston and New York clubs, by
which he was transferred after he de
serted the Red Sox, precipitated a fac
tional fight among club owners and
Moahviile. Tenn.. Aue. 17. The Ten-
" . f
nessee house aajourncu inw sucniuvii.
to an ambulance. , . r
. Skull Operated Fpon. - -
Manager Tris Speaker and "Business
Manager Walter McNichols of Cleve
land war at the hosotial when the od-
nnerate Manager Tris Speaker tele-L.fi norfnrmed. The sureeons
lw.t. """""""""'ohoned news of the acciaeni io vnap-;,.,. ftn incision three and- one-half
owart of the United States. ,. oieevland. who Imme-i, thn.i, th. ha, nf the
fcibu .V h X. 1 lallan w - diately started for New York. ! skull on the left side. They discover-: until ib o ciock "-""
l!ne ril r. ee mmu M News of his death cast gloom over, a rUpture of the lateral sinus and,wunoui
enran' Italian kl9Sed theithe members of both teams and the quantity of citted blood. A small of the federal suffrage amendment.
tth and s -,COn0lU8ll: ?f theibasebaU world in general. Today's of tne gku was removed. The. The vote on the motion for iadirng
h 0 "d Swigart returned the sa-1 m, Mweea Cleveland and the New,;h icianB at (irst entertained a faint ment was 53 to 44 and was regarded as
York Americans has-been posiponea. hnna ,hat th. bail player would re-, a victor y wr i
Carl Mays was overcome with grief ,cover.
Mays said that the ball he tnrew
was a saner ...... -'- ---- - ,nBrt ,n ofa on ratlfi.
. ' t. outset ly on one side, aue usually io a r.gnl 'TT", mrt.
ai.uc.v Ho ma It A fnr an- Cation OX ""
i , , 1 1 uu Liie lu . - - . . . . , . , . : :
New York. Aug. 17. John J. Mc
Graw, . manager of - the New York
Giant todav demanded through coun-
Isel that he be Indicted In order that
'he might establish before a competent
'tribunal his Innocence of any partlcl
'patlon in bringing about injuries to
John C. Slavln, actor, who was touna
about a week ago unconscious in front
of the McGraw home. -
Mexico City, Aug. 17. President
Wilson is ready to recognise the pres
ent Mexican government if the latter
agrees with the terms set forth in a
proposal from Secretary of State Col
by on this subject, according to a mes
sage sent to President De La Huerta
from Fernando Calderon. Mexican
nigh commissioner to the United
States now in the American capital,
says the Excelsior today. .
Secretary Colby's proposition, sw
cording to the newspaper was:
First, that North American Uves and
property be respected.
- Second, that indemnities be paid for
elgners who suffered during the revo
dwelt upon by all dispatchest- th
struggle being said to be especially
tierce around Radzymin which had
Changed hands five times and was at
last reports held by the Poles.
French Saved Day
The influence of Fretiph assistance,
in directing the defense of Warsaw la
mentioned, and It is stated that thai
approach, of additional French help
may lend a hopeful aspect to the re
sistance. In some quarters, however.,
the fall of Warsaw Is declared to ba
a hatter of heurs. The transfer of
government offices to Posen began
Sunday but the government's actual
departure is not reported. -.
Russian armies .are rapidly pro
gressing through the Polish corridor,
and are said to-be within fifty miles
of Danzig. Nothing Is known of the
peace negotiations at Minsk beyond
the statement by Earl Curzon, In the
house of commons yesterday that It
was known that peace conversations
Counter Attacks Successful
Paris, Aug. 17. Several Success
ful counter attacks have been launch
ed by the Poles against the. Russian ,
who have been hammering against
the gates of Warsaw. In the neighbor
hood of Cholm, on the southwestern
front, Russian - forces which had
crossed the Bug have been hurled
back across that stream while in the
region of Modlin, northwest of War
sad the Poles have negun a counter
offensive, directing their attack In the
direction of Mlawa.
Military critics said the ' situatioa
was better than for some time. -The
battle near Cholm may be a
precursor of an offensive designed to)
Third, that the Carransa decrees draw outhward soviet forces enga-
which are found to be confiscatory be
Shot Her Husband
Clark Vh- Au 17 Mrs. VI r
tllth"?Jtus corning confessed
Cler killed he' ""'band.
t The confession, ac-
.I", M "gP0,1Ce' Came aft" "
Br Ma n ornlne- Mrs. Clark
M foCrtv , ki"ed himw'f- She
rd' Conn " . aenoaPher in Hart
a,rk io -rll Kid 8h married
ermr , y' CaI" Marcn
fctr.t 8 a matrimonial advertise-
she cried, "but I
a Streetna - -
when the news was told to him.
Story of Accident.
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 17 Members
of the Tennessee house went into ses-
Aged Mother Seeks to
Recover $14, 000 Farm
Deeded to Her Children
ed against Warsaw, it was said.
Little significance was placed la tha
Polish attack near Modlin, as critics
considered that simultaneous attacks)
on both flanks of the soviet army
would be rash.
Upon Promise To
of the fifth inning. Chapman was I
That her son-in-law . and daughter.
Favorable action on the ratifi- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hurley are making
first batter and was hit by the first ot?" na'' "lo"'l, .n an the hali'catlon resolution already approved byjefforts to defraud her of a farm home
h.n nifhori so terrific was the blow wno .7 - .ih make Tennessee the and 80 acres of Marlon county lana, is
that the report of the impact caused j which fatally
uu. 1 , . rr. ,V.a I OA ..... nf Xlarlnn nnntv
injurea Ul .umiU . ,., i ,k m1atnf nf Rnrhora V.
tnai tne report oi ie itui" ,t t nme I sth State to ramjr mo ncBc -.-
spetcators to think the ball had struck,was thrown i out r and wouid give the ballot to the wo-,Robblns as filed Monday with the
.-.i thia im- In baseball circles It was oe levea anu wuuw li.,i, nr th circuit eourt for Marion
uu d.u v.i-"s - i . . ,,... rfeath would seriously men oi me e.i". """"
his bat. Mays f'f"'"; that Chapman's death would seriously
presslon, fielded he baU thai .rebound- that Chap chance of
f.ii half n. tn the Ditcher s box andsnamper
i 1h mfA nnn nt t-T
times tha A mfrit2.Il ICaKU amniuuw
threw it to first base in oraer to ;Hena and one of the main
tire Chapman. - IZTr" ...h.team. .
noticed that umpran
'clerk of the circuit court for Marion
Viorf riioncMi at the home plate. He
"was lifted to his fet by other players,
then he stood dazed for a moment.
"I am going to assume the amounts)
du"e from these forgeries and will work
erty rights, Mrs. Robbins alleges that (until I have repaid every cent," fla
ttie deefndants forced her to sell berjclared Joseph O. Adelhart. 17. before)
stock, nailed up the outbuildings on ileaving County Judge Bushey's offices.
the farm, refused to provide proper : Monday.
food for her while she was UU and fl
nally attempted to have her incarcer
ated in the state hospital for the in
sane. She was committed to the in
sltution, July 15 ,1920. and was re
leased July 17, twelve days later.
Mrs. Robbins asks that the court re
store title of the land to her and nulli
Adelhart, who was arrested recent
ly upon a charge of passing bogus pa
per totaling 175, admitted that he had
circulated the bad checks, but said
that a young man named Wright had
produced the checks. He was paroled
to his father upon his promise to
make up for the amounts takest
Johnston Tennis Victor. Mrs. Robbins. who is 74 years or
Boston. Aug. 17- William M. jonn-jage. alleges inai ner oausmer .nu -
. a,n Francisco, national lawn: in-law proposed coming out to her
... . . i .. , Aorltf In 1 91 S and that since that
tennis smg.e 'J r'l: h.r t rte.d'fv the transfer for failure of the de- wrongfully from Salem merchant
Aug. 17.-Carl permaent ppfe, w ""r-;T i. nn Mnditlon tha, ifendant. to live up to any and all con- Those who lost on the checks, whs.
layer oi rmiu ,. - " i .v.. 9nnn on.1
then he atood aazea tor " ' 1 , . . - lr r-tv Nile oi ijostou in me cnnneuic uiey ya.j d 1 " - - - j
stagWred' crumpled up at their j-a aOeh, djed today of injuries re Nile, . 4 provide for her during her
fet Phvsicians were immediately ceived in a game S"""" " ,n . mn.Hi. victorir was In straight sets, -4. remaining years.
Following the transfer of the prop-
ditions of the agreement which, it ls;lnformed of Adelhart's wish to make)
claimed was made .a part of the trans- good the amounts, signified a wil linge
rer papers. The complaint states that: ness to give him a chance to re-etao-the
farm is valued at 114,000. - Itish his good name in this community.