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Tan. 2G. An un-
... .....o nnd nrnh
..-ht.Ti hp nm
attempted to hold
reakfnsting at the Mo
the Pacific highway
Wash., according to
sheriff's office here.
ons of the bandit es-
exchanging shots with
Tnnma. one of trie
nded man shot three
head, was brought to
Lai, it-mild nrrthfihlv
He refused to give his
riffs arrived on the
y after the shooting
the search for the;
the room, one or tnem
revolver and ordering
an automobile. LstOf
was th3 verdict
itflcnioon beioiv wnom
Truxlon fcjecK. rnargoa
he night ol January 14,
wa out (or neariy four
- i , . u i it.
oi v Htjnii anu kuhs-?ij
on f n: in iiif iir-
noi cnecK ui in (leiau
of the itoriei related bv
that police officer fail-
house of Miss Ruth !
n!so another loop
oi toe jury cwira mat
not convict iieclc be
e l.ick of evident of
they said, in .in al-
! attention nf tho birv
that there was no mo-
:.. . 16 . - r .1.
i in hi ciisf oi in' sin-
and Eivf hla ipsHmr.nv
n lllrl, . n.i thn aloml
After the jury had an-
dectBlon he went un
IY1RV1 lid Man
MB the mitten Is bad
- v -W...T m i wit
ven a fro nighfs lodg-
Chief of Police Moffitt
miner, according to J.
route ooll i i .u
v-cnn-u m i lie
tit. n, .. a - ...
" Muuuij nigni anu
8 room. He was awnm.
ne n.'vf maki l. .
... . inuiiuiiK ae v an
Iter ihel tut h.j
Crab:, discovered that
taken n nalr of
tobarro from th. room
. I'OIlt'O Wf'PP
5'iung Miller into
had bees oustione.l
the cite lull
"n children s relief fund
i G. Deckebaeh
' the committee in
ounre.i rhi. . i
J"' fal m, through the
r. corning prom
lloted anagpr- Will
T" Mr Deckel.,!.
Ill,1" aSked tac
tf . - i in Bt-
and $100 wai
varioMB ...v, i
the . .
Washington. Jan. 26 Charg
es that Charles M. Schwab had
received payment from the
government for expenses while
serving as director general of
the Emergency Fleet Corpora
tion, were not proven and not
true, the Welsh investigating
committee declared today in an
The loplnion, was expressed
in a statement by Representa
tive Steel, democrat, Pennsyl
vania, who said it was based on
testimony and documentary ev
idence, while he individually
felt a great Injustice had been
done Mr. Schwab.
Sent To Prison
Portland, Or.. Jan. 26. John
Basich, said by government offi
cials to be a leader in the boot
legging world, was sentenced to one
venr In the county Jail ana tinea
JGOO Tuesday by Federal Judge K.
S. Bean following his conviction
Monday by a jury on a charge of
violating the prohibition law.
In addition the court ordered his
automobile, which was used to
transport the liquor, sold at public
auction. Basich was given a stay
of execution of 10 days.
The climax of the trial came Mon
day afternoon, when Assistant Uni
ted Stntes Attorney Fiegel called
Bob Ugan, previously convicted
bootlegger, to the witness stand to
testify against Basich. Ugan was
arrested when the Newberg still of
B&slctl'a was raided, and pleaded
cruilly to operating the still, for
which he was fined $250. Ugan
was represented at that trial by
Harnett Goldstein, also counsel for
The jury returned a verdict after
i short deliberation, Basich was
sentenced to one year on the first
count of the Indictment, which
charges the maintaining of a nuls
nnce and six months on the sec
ond count, which charges the man
ufacture of liquor. On the third
count of transporting liquor the
jury found him not guilty. Follow
ing convlc'ion Basich entered a
plea of guilty to a Becond indict
ment which charged him with
transport ing lienor and was fined
$500. The court said he would al
low the two jail sentences to run
Mother Turns Son
Over to Cops But
Changes Her Mind
Yesterday 17 year old Franklin
Powell, slapped his mother. Mrs.
Iva Klyver, 1703 North High
street, according to the mother's
report to police. Taking him to the
police station she requested that
officers take care of him. He is
incorrigible, she said. Franklin
spent the night in the city jail.
This morning Mrs. Klyver ap
peared at the police station. "I
want to give, my son another
chance," she said. The boy was
Bill To Reauire
Women On Juries
Service of women on juries
nrovided for in a Hill introduced
in the house today by Mrs. Wll
liam S. Kinney of Clatsop county
of the Portland Wo-
The word "male" is eliminated
in the present jury law and the
wording is made applicable to
both sexes, and a new section
"In criminal actions the trial
jury shall consist of 12 persons,
unless the parties consent to a less
number, and in all cases in which
a minor under the age' of eighteen
years of age is involved, either as
a r,,nlnininB witness.
at least one half of the Jury shall
Doors Are Closed
Chicago, Jan. 26. The Ameri
can Bonding & Casualty company
with headquarters at Sioux City,
Iowa enpitnlired at $500,000 and
v ith $100,000,000 worth of policies
on its books, was declared insolvent
here yesterday. Albert Sabath. an
attorney, was appointed receiver.
Assets were said to be $3.00l.!00
and liabilities "considerably lcsV
Has Nearly $5,000
Will Help Raise Money
HtttT of. the '3'.S.by Portland committeemen tha
I'lMarion countv tn 1 ihc in.i iheire He asked to do
the local theaters be asked to do-
nlto rocAitits from a soecial man
nee to the fund. Mr. Pecneoar-i
has been promised co-operation
from the Oregon and Liberty the
urn Rox office receipts from
show to be given at the Oregon
ikHtar T,iKhv afternoon and
fmTv. in rn be nresented at the
i - - - Ktiirriav between the
hmire nf 11 infl 1 O'clock will b
ilr,reH in the fund, it is announced
"i m .at, , rolem resi
.1 u - nnaniv Hn so to at
i-nrt the shows." Mr Deckebaeh
said today. "It will help to make
Salem's standing among otner
towns of the state more conspw-..
Supreme Council Has
Talk of Ironinff Out.
Varied Allied Views
26. Considfra in
erman reoarnrinna ...
. - 'I t W "CU
""nunant oy the people of
ranee, was begun by the supreme
allied council today.
uu ininort,m hv v.A i
ueen going on
iioya-ueorge, British prime min
Ister. and Aristide Rrii,nH
dent of the Council of France, but
s no inaication that any
thing resembling an agreement
nau Deen reached. The British pre
mier held the opinion that the
amount of indemnity Germany
must pay should be definitely fi
n.kt.U J. j,
tvutv:u vvttM rejecuea Dy
Paul Doumer, French minister
of finance, opened the discussion
today. He read a report on the fi
nancial situation and outlined the
French viewpoint of the
M. Doumer's report was ordered
translated and communicated to
the allied experts. Meanwhile the
conference plans to discuss the
Polish and Near Eastern questions
and to take up the reparations is
sue again tomorrow.
The position adopted by M. Dou
mer. was a return to the term of
article 233 of the treaty of Versail
les, which places the duty or de
termining the amount of compen
sation to be paid by Germany with
the reparation commission. He ad
vocated adherence to that article
At the conclusion of the morn
ing session Premiers Lloyd-George
and Briand took luncheon togetn
r,. n nrivnte discussion of the
From Information as to the tone
of the conference It appeared
that the general policy outlined
was that Germany must be made
to pay all she could. The question
most perplexing to the conference.
It was said, was how to obtain
payment without injury to allied
New York. Jan. 26. S. O. S.
nil Id reporting an unidenti
fied steamer in distress were
plekcd up here today by the
naval eommunlrations sendee
Signals loiters signed to tho
message Indicate it might be
tho Belgian steamer Cannon
ler from Bordeaux.
Olympia, Wash., Jan. 28.
Joint committees of the Ore
gon and Washington legisla
tures will discuss interstate
fisheries regulations at a
nn-eling to be held in Seat
tle January 2, It was an
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 20
Tliree daylight automobile
bandits held up messengers oT
the Dovers National bonk here
todav and escaped wdth
000 In non-negotiable eheeks
Officials of the bank said the
only loss would be a few
ltours extra bookkeeiing.
Washington, Jan. 20. A
for ho'pitals for soldiers
reported today by the houe
videa for the erection of Ovo
regional hospitals at a oo-t I
;T()0.00() each and $5,0t0,lW
for improvement of UMpUaia
Hi Walla Walla, Wash., and
Fort McKenzle, Wjo.
Married 24 Years
Charging that her husband call
ed her a "dirty low down Hun." at
torneys for Mrs. Margaret Mont
gomery filed a4 divorce complaint
against Samuel Montgomery, who
has been a r:ident of Marion
ounty for some time.
Tne complaint also s'ates that
within the last few years .
Montgomery has never succeeoea
. rfoint? nnvthins to please her
I ...tmmd and that he has on occa-
, ahnsive language to her,
and-cruelly shoved her around
Further statements oi
Montgomery show that there is M
property owned by ner
and that the children of the pair
are old enough to take care of
The couple were mameu .
gin. 111.. "Ul ."
the west for some
Man Wanted Here
Held in Spokane
, r m Vnjr.g. wanted by
Salem officers en . charge of non-
support, has been ar.e,. -'
. , l.u in snokane. Con-
sTaVwaV; mLong was notified
hv telegram 'his mornm.
b. hn sought seera
.-eeksand it was only after score
of cities had been sci.i T
Uon bv Constable f.eLong that th.
paper. which wm uv
will oe rvi--
New jersev MUl,Pg!Lg
both known originally Hke New
york. as New Netherlands.
OaiVUl, VICgVU) ' .
Some of The Legislative Figures as They Appear In Action
Twenty - Four Resi
dents of Matewan
Face Charges of
Williamson, W. Va., Jan. 26.
Twenty-four men from the little
mining town of Matewan, five miles
away, were here today to answer to
the charge of murder, in the Mingo
county circuit court. They were in
dicted last July for the part they
are alleged to have taken in a bat
tle with private detectives who had
evicted former employes of the
Stone Mountain Coal company
from the corporation's houses. In
the fight, seven detectives, the
mayor and two other citizens were
The trials were set for September
but were postponed until January
19 and each of the defendants re
leased on $10,000 bond. Two hun
dred veniremen had been sum
moned and scores of friends and
relatives of the accused men had
come from all parts of the country
The defendants include hid- nai
field, chief of police of Matewan,
number nf workers and a union
For several months oerore tne
battle, organizers of the United
Min.. Workers of America had
been forming local unions among
the miners. Employes oi in
c ..... tfMMntilD Co.'il comoanv at
Matewan joined the union, and, it
was stated at that time, were or-
Ho,-erl to move from company
v,,,uns Some were still in posses
sion May 19 and a party oi private
rioteetives was sent from Bluefield
. erve writs of ejectment. They
had completed their work ano weie
on their way to tne rauroao u.
,u. ,.,v,on the fieht occurred.
. " u.fi ri nronrieior u.
hnt.i nt Matewan, was looked
upon as an important witness In
the case. He was shot dead wltnin
a month after the indictments were
returned, and Sid Hatfield was
afterward indicted for the killing.
Fire Costs Man
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 26.
i,.o at No. 54
- Fire In
square destroyed seven inner tubes
-orth JKS and one highly-cultivat
ed mustache, a priceless treasure
Sam Yessem, proprietor ui ...
.ohiihment. suffered both losses.
The flames ignited his mustache
which was burned compieie.y
The mustache, according to Sam.
was the result of many years ui
careful training and cultivation.
Bank Merger Reported.
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 2. Nego
tiations have been completed for
the Guardian Savings & Trust com
nanv to take over the National
Commercial bank. The merger U
giv Cleveland its miro m.. .........
institution with upward of $1U -000.000
Real Estate or Classified
Directory Ads were car
ried during the year 1920
making a total of
lines over double that
carried by any other
Journal Ads Pay
Alleged Negro Slayer
Taken From Officers by
Mob; Fate Is Unknown
Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 26 Henry
Lowery, negro, charged with the
killin- of O. T., Craig and Craig's
daughter, Mrs. C. Williamson, at
their home near Wilson, Ark.,
i Christmas day, was taken from of
ficers at Sardis, Miss., early today
by a crowd of men who bundled
him into an automobile and disap
peared, according to a telephone
nessage received here.
Of General Population
.... . i ...i. I TV,,. MMtnnaad measure off en tin
t'!ihinL4nn .Ian. 26 The I 'lil
ted States was declared to rank
ninth among the nations of the
world in the general educational
level of its people, in a report of
the house committee on d'lcation.
made public today, rccommcnautt
passage of the Smith-Towner bill
to establish a federal department
of education with fideral aid In In
creasing educaiional facilities. The
country la trailing behind "most of
the civilized world." the report said
from the standpoint of its educa
Negro Boy Confesses
To Brutal Murder of
White Tot at Memphis
i n. T., 9fl Unl
Mother Refuses Food
to Daughter ::
Who Wants Schooling
Chicago. Jan. 26. No work, no
eat, was the ultimatum to Anges
Ladzikoski. aged fifteen, which her
mother was summoned to explain
to Judge Arnold today. Agnes'
work certificate had been revoked
by school autsorities to compel her
to return to school.
"I educated two girls and they
ran away," said Mrs. Ladzlkoskl.
"Agnes she'll work. If she does
n't, she can't eat here."
When a city welfare worker
found Agnes yesterday the moth
er's edit had caused Agnes to go
without food for 24 hours.
Factory Hit at
By Local Union
Bitterly protesting against the
proposed bill which has for its
purpose the erection of a box fac
tory In connection with the Ore
gon state penitentiary, resolutions
have been drawn up by the local
body of the International Timber
Workers union and were made pub
lie here today.
"The enactment of such law,"
the timber workers declare, 'would
be manifestly unfair, in that It
would pit free labor against con
vict labor and tend generally to
disrupt labor conditions."
The resolutions say further that
International Union of Tim-
Workers local No. 174 do'-s
eby protest against th pasagc
said bill or any bill designed
for the nurnose of operating a box
factorv or any plant similar
character In connection with the
Oreiron state nenitentia ry. or any
place within the state wherein con
vlrt labor is employed. "
Conies of the resolution have
h.n ma lie to the governor, the
president of the senate, the speak
of th house and to eacn mem
of the senate and house.
frfif.M- Will IU'tir'
ri tt-. ViHrlp- Mft?s.. Jan. 24.
or Paul H. Hanus, Edwin H.
and Edward S. Sheldon will
retire from active teaching at tie
end of the year, and each or tnem
hs h.n nnnntnted r,rffssor emer
itus by the governing board of the
The English language contains
approximately 700.900 word.
Lowery, it was stated, was taken
from a train, aboard which he was
being returned to Arkansas from
Bl I'aso, Texas, where he was cap
tured last week.
According to advices received
here about eight or ten automo
biles accompanied the one in which
the negro was placed by his cap-
tha renort declared, of
correcting the present Inequality OI
o,i,.cntlonal opportunities among
.v... mmuim communities and pre
ventlnc waste of public tuttd and
inefflcientcy duet o lack of co-ordination
among tederal fgencle.i
dealing with education.
.. , I .. . a
Illiteracy is a national " ""V
sectional problem the report said lr
citing statistics to show it was al
most equally prevalent in every see
tion of the country.
Memphis, Tenn., Jan. 26. Mat
thew Houston, 10 -year-old negro.
lleged to have confessed to the
killling of flvo-year-old Frank
Daily, whose mutilated body was
found in a field near his father's
farm on the outskirts of Memphis
late yesterday, has been removed
to Nashville for safekeeping.
Meanwhile detectives are en
deavoring to establish the accur
acy of a statement credited to the
negro that the slaying of tho child
witnessed by a white youth
who, according to Houston's al
leged confession, aided In dragging
the body to the field In which it
A fourteen year old white boy
is arrested early today for in
The Daily child disappeared
Monday. His body, partly covered
with leaves, his head bruised.
throat cut and body slashed and
mutilated was found by a search
ing party yesterday.
Houston was arrested last night
,n nnMini. to officers, confessed
that he slashed the child's throat
with a knife after the little fellow
had fallen from a second story win-
low of the negro s home. The only
explanation offered by the negro,
tccording to the sheriff, was that
he was "afraid the white folks
would kill me" because the child
was hurt. Houston Is said to have
denied that he mutilated the body.
The negro was taken from ine
Jail late last night under guard of
,linM of tfollee and sheriff depu
ties and removed to the state penl-
entiary at Nashville.
Board Names New
System Is Planned
Miss Doris Woodburn was named
as instructor io suoceo Aim.
Creech, who has been transferred
to the high school to fill the va
cancy created by the resignation
of Miss Gertrude Purinton, by the
school board at itw regular meeting
last night, tup resignation oi m
Purinton, who haa accepted a po-
.itinn in su-aTtl" school, was for- ,
Mfa , d hv the board. Mr'-". !
Alice Thompson was chosen to flh !
a vacancy caused In tne teacnin?
staff at the Washington school by
the resignation of Mrs. Vina Hubb.
Plans for lrsalling a water aya-
tem at the McKlnley st nool were
dirusaed at length by the board.
C-flng over at length the work
I ei formed by the city achool phy
iclon and the achool nurse, mem
bers of the hoard urged co-operation
between the two offictala.
The most sensitive instrument
yet made Is the balometer. used for
measuring variations in th radia
tion cf heat.
Hume Measure Deny
ing Recognition to
Sen: for Hume's bill denying
recognition to graduates of pri
vate, denominational or parochial
schools went down to defeat thru
Indefinite postponement this morn
lng with only its author and Sen
ators Jones, Joseph, Moser and
Thomas attempting to stay the in
definite postponement of the
Hume's second bill forbidding
the wearing in the public schools
of the state of any garb indicating
adherence to any religious order,
wus laid on the table as the clock
strucK tne noon hour and propo
nents ui ine move nave nopes oi
its ultimate success in spite of the
adverse sentiment Indicated In the
roll Qn this morning In wnlch
Hume's attempt to bring the bill
out for consideration on a minor
ity report, was defeated. .
Denies Blow at CiUholloa
The bills. It was declared by
nimiLhr. nf tha ...I itf:t 1 1 m n I on
mlttee who had reported them out
adversely, were evidently alined at
the Catholic church, although this
intent was emphatically denied by
Senator Hume who declared that
they merely representee! an at
tempt tO protect the public schools
of the state from the Injection of
religious propaganda, recardles.i
of its nature.
The bills are not anti-Catholic
any more than they ore antl-Meth-odlst
or antl-Presbyterlan. Hume
declared, adding that they eere
only anti-Catholic because fyiat
church was the only one which n
slsted on its graduates being ad
mitted Into the public schools.
Senator Eberhard, chairman of
the educational committee, insist
ed that it was very evident thut
the bills were 'anti-nomething
and that from all the information
he could gather that aim was
rtli am ad al the Catholic church.
Senator Vinton opposed the bills
on the ground that they were di
rected at all religious denomina
tions. Methodist and Baptist had
Joined with Catholic In opposing
this legislation he declared.
When Senator Hume broug".
in i he fact hat In seven schools
in (he state all the teachers wore
the garb of the Catholic church.
Senator Eberhard countered by
adding that all seven of these
schools were located in exclusive
Iv Catholic communities in Wash
inirtnn and Marlon counties and
that, so far as he knew, no pro
tiMt had been made from the pa
Irons of these particular school
districts nor from the senators
from these two counties.
with a nmrrln of only one vote
...ralnst the Hume bill relating
the wearing of religious garb In
the schools supporters of the
measure this noon are hopeful
thai sufficient aupporf can be
.r..t to save the measure
will otherwise mean
Its Immediate Indefinite postpon
i .hird hill hv Hume raising th(
standards of private. denomina
tion and parochial echools above
.i... . ,, rnde to comply with
standards obtaining In state schools
was reported out favorably hy tne
educational committee aim -
on third reading.
"Rovs to Have
As part of the Interstate T. M
C. A. convention the Mothers clul
..t Htm Workers will lve a lunch
st the first Methodist Church
Friday at which representatives to
the convention will be present and
speak on various topics pertainlna
to work among boys
Th- meeting and arrangements
are In charge of A. K. Vount. state
boys secretary, and J. C. Meehan
of the Portland association. Any
one wishing to make reservation
for the affair srlll csll up D A
Picket et. secretary of the local as
sociation of the boys department.
Women In Arisona voted in 111
Compromise Bill 1
for the first time in the history
of the legislature, a Rogue riwir
;ish bill passed the house without
a fight and with all but a unani
mous vote. Sheldon's H. B. , th
".ompromlse measure agreed upon
by all the factions of commercial
fishermen and sportsmen, approv
ed hy the state fish and game com
mission and by the United State
bureau of hatcheries as a solution
of the 40 years fishing warfare o
the Rogue river passed without!
contest, the sole dissenting vote no
lng cast by Johnson of Josephine
on the ground tnat the bit! con
tained the emergency clnuee.
Is Compromise MiitnaW.
The bill cuts a month from that
commercial period at the beginnings
of the season and six monin-i no
the end, prohibits seining and oat
nets and makes other coneesafo
long sought by the sportsmen.
ta limits the fishing ground t
the mouth of the Rogue to a- atri
of 12 miles, instead or tne nu.
now ooen. A commercial fishing.'
season is also provided for a I-
mile stretch at Grants l-aam. im
netting is the only form oi com
mercial fishing sanctioned.
The fight over Rogue river fkdk
ing began back in the "Ma an
a more or less spectacular battle
has waged at every session since,
demoralizing legislation generaitr
Prlntlng Kate Bill Pastws.
Despite strenuous opposition by
Kay of Marlon, Allen of Lane and
Childs of Linn, H. B. 98, fixing, the
rates of legal printing in Oregon
passed the house by u vote ol -U to
12 this morning. The measure wast
the oceuslon of a spirited debate;
regarding printing charge, and the
opposition was based upon the
fact that it raises the rates fur
legal printing as existing before lha
The fight for the bill waa led by
Davey of Marlon, who set forth th
details of the bill and the causa t
the nowspupers, who faced tre
mendously increased cosia of pub
lication and in fairness should noc
be forced to do work coBtlng dou
ble former costs at pre-war rates.
Milan nf Columbia. Carter of Jacic--
Bon and Uallugher of Malheur also
spoke In favor of the measure.
Bills Knitted Through.
House bill No. 4 4, by Hopkins,
r the employment of won. in am
dental hyglehists was Indefinitely
postponed. 11. B. No. 10, amena
ing laws relating to collection ot
taxes on personal property was laid
on the table and H. B. No. 14. M-
B. No. 27. H. B. No 50 punned im.
rapid succession 'rne first nweaaare
related to fa lav s'ateinentn to ob
tain credit, the second, changes toe
time of holding teachers examina
tions and the third relates to the
consolidation of school district.
H. B 53, by Gordon oi aauimo-
mah, requiring oath of alleglancWi
be taken by all teachers In senoou
wnu ro-referred to the committed
to enlarge Its scope and H. B- &.
regardiiiK imeslment oi iww
interstata bridges was referred to
the Multnomah delegation.
H. B. Y3, by Allen ol Lane, tn
reference to accounts and expendi
tures of election was iiasaed by un
vote of 38 ayes.
H B. 73, by Woodson, proviainn
penalty for aiding Inmates of the.
state Institutions to escape, an rec
ommended by the governor, passed
by unanimous vota.
H. B. 7J. b atone anu nu.iw
providing additional method bp
itles to enforce payment ox u"
against real property anu anpom
installments for Im prove mem.
passed by 41 votes over the ahjee-
lon of Allen of Dane.
The game and fish separormti
bill Is a special order for tltia art-
nil.l. TO KXAMINK
r i Nl'.lt 1, IMKIta.wim-.
Creation of a new state hoard.
that of the state cm Palmers- -
amining board, Is propose m
bill introduced in the bouse py "
nmmitlee on health ana puoiu.
The bill proposes creation a
board of three members, on th
secretary of the Oregon State Fu
neral Directors' asaoetexiosi.
the secretary of the state board o
health, and one to be selected from
,,l,i 1 1 i . I - holding state llcense.-
The fee for registration ol umhahn -era
now engaged in the boahsoas ss
placed at five dollars, and tha fee
of examination for noesnsM w-ty-five
dollars. The applicant must
be at least twenty-one rears aC
age and of good moral chajnseter
and must have had al lesm ssr
years of practical experience.
st. Douls. III.. Jaa. t. .
ederal irrant was men nera w-
dav charging tiny Kyle. 41 sWV
old, former rector of tha
Methodist church at Moant Va
with the theft of 11 81.
the malls a'. Mount eVr
ir II last Kyle has
complicity In the robbery.
sa i m
Northmen landed on the tPill
nn of America in November. JOB,
more than ! years before Cotan
bus discovered It. October It. tS,