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ASHLAND, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 1922
From Junior Red Cross to Brussels
President at Unknown Hero's Tomb
. public nine
December 2G Christmas so- J
? cial. Methodist church. ?
Monday, Junua'ry 1, 1923. 'j
January 1-5 Week of prayer S
in Ashland churches.
January 9 Theresa Sheehan
? company, Lyceum course. ?
$ Jauuary 26 "Captain of
Plymouth." High, school oper- ?
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IMER- ROUGE SET
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DESTROYS GIFTS f-.
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LILLIAN APARTMENTS GUTTED
BY EARLY MORMXG HUH
CHICAGO AND JUAREZ
Livestock Brokers Lone Offices Wlii'Io
Many Thirsty Souls in El 1'iino
Mouit. 1ahh of 9 1 30,000 Worth of
(Ill iHtnVIR tUtOM.
PORTLAND, Doc. 28. Over 100 1
persons were forced to flee from the J
Lillian apartments here early this,
morning when fire swept the apart-1
ment house. They faced death and:
serious injury when the flames and
smoke belched through the building.',
A woman and her daughter Jump-j
ed from the second story Into the
arms of pedestrians. They were un
injured. A score or more were car
ried to safety.
The fire started in the basement;
and it Is believed to have" been
caused by defective wiring. The oc-i
cupants lost all of their personal
belongings Including ChristrfiB gifts.
The loss Is about $60,000.
CHICAGOt Dec. 20. Forty live
stock commission firms lost their
offices when fire destroyed the third
floor of the Livestock building In the
heart of the Chicago stockyards. The,
damage was estimated at $75,000.
JUAREZ, Mexico, Dec. 26. The
nlBht before Christmas was n 8Jd j
time in Juarez. It was also sad in,
El Paso, which is dependent on Jua-
rez for Its holiday booze. No?rly,
J150.000 worth of liquor was lost
in a $500,000 fire here Sunday, which
aestroyeu an enure diock ui iuuuni
and other dispensaries.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu-
T, 01? Ton
nntiiT lira. ... a renui. w.
r.c . - 1
thonsairkj dollars in cash was tne.
rhrlstmas V ft made to tho Fniver-:"
itv of Orego-.il by a friend of the In-'
8 5 . , ,
..nntlon whoMlives 3000 miles from
v"" ' . ;
t.uh"c- j ;
wrlsley or Asuury, in. j. bub im
reQueBted that her gift
bo used as
a student loan fund.
The sum Is tho largest benefaction
received by the university since al
umni and others gave $28,000 in
September td launch the endowment
campaign of "Ten Million Dollars In
President P. L. Campbell of the
1... I .1.. ..iJ.nm. nf a nlun
university is ie uiihiiinmi
whereby tne wnsiey giu 01
may be used as a guaranty 'und up-J
on wmcn to uase umi.s ru,.fi,fi
an aggregate of $50,000 to $100,-'
000. Thus tne original g.u, mm,.
Thus tho original gift, und-?r
the plan, may be made live to ten
fold more effective that 13 usuany.
the case with such gifts.
rHHRISTMAS SERVICES HELD
AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH j
Ashland churches in general ob-j
served Christmas day with special
services. Among those, that of tho
Congregational church was excep
tionally fine. The lntur of the
building was skillfully decorated un
der the supervision of Mrs. J. L.
Smith. At the close of the services j
each child was given a gift of candy,
from the Sunday school. !
iri.. unl.ii featured
with a Christmas anthem, while Rev.
W. Judson Oldfleld based his sermon
on tie entry of the wise men whojUx'ir financial support to the move-
lourneved far to brine their richest,
pirts to meir tsavior anu khik.
n i..w.mnH into'
vesper service at 5 o'clock. A Christ-'
.1- 1 1 ii a
" .: .. " .
... ... !
nan neen assem ,i us - i
Near F.It reHef :
JYro from oft Wl
Miss Glen Roberts, former Asr
land girl, who is now working In
Portland, is visiting with relatives
nd friends In the city. .
Si-ene at the recent dedlcnilon Id Brusvelt of the playgrouud for Hilldron
Hie gift of the Anierlciiu Junior Red Cross.."nie bnurgeinestre (mnyor) of
Rrusselg, SI. A. Max, is seen In silk .hat, landing beside MIrs Benedict,
assistant director general of the American Junior Bed ("rosu in Kurope.
4 POM PACT
iim rMr.AB0 Ml
WJLL jjAIXTAIX PEACE IX KIT-
ROPE FOB SO YEARS M
BOUNDARY LINES WILL '
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ALSO EE MAINTAINEP
r. . . . . . .
Join In Treaty; Americn Bt'qiwstwl
To Ac t in. Inli rmcdiai j- Cuimcit) i
Nl'mn(c BcjiN'l) ProK)sition.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 26. The
now German government, headed by
Dr. Wilhelm Cuno, has formally pro
posed to the world powers a new!
peace part, built out of the ashes of
the world wnr and designed to main
tain peace In Europe for the next 30
years by mutual agreement, It was
learned authoritatively here.
Germany proposes that England,
France, Italy and Germany enter a
four-power pact to observe and pre
a (. ' .
. , ' " '
; they now exint for the next 30 years.
, . .
: German v asks America for approval
anu is neneveti to nave asKeu tne
American government to act in
merican government to act In an
Intermediary capacity In presenting
the proposition to foreign chancel
lors. Premier Polncare is understood to
have declined the proposals on the
ground that the French constitution
does not provide any such referen
dum. DAUGIIERTY RESIGNATION IX
MARCH IS OFFICIALLY DENIED
WASIIIxGTOn, Dec. 26. An of.
f,da, AfM of t))e rumor that At.
torno Renoral Daugherty would re-;
lhg departmnnt of Justice t0(,ny
BY BEJiEVIEW MEN
F.irmera of the Bellovlew district
of Ashland organized a community
""'t of the COUUt;
recent meeting. Fourteen
-ware represented and all
meiu :or me coming year.
Tlila la Ihn first enninninftv In I
Jackson bounty to organize a local
""It since tho adoption of this plan
hv (hn fata fiirm hurpnii fftilpratlnn. !
One of the mime nroblems before'
1, AHurmUntlnn fill KA ihnt f Ifvl.
b . . ... !
iour-nower pact 10 ooserve ana nre-i..
S."t.rdny evening of each month! Mrs. George King and little son, Mr..;
under present plans. I Emma Cofff.. Mis. Georgle Coffee
Off cers elected at the time of or-1"'" p- p1rco-
ganization are as follows: J. R. Mc-
Cracken, of Meyer creek, president;
J. D. Lowe, of near Talent,
.president, nna 11. u. ueacnen,
IX IiAXD FBAIT) CASES
' KLAMATH FALLS, Dec. 26. The,much ,9 junIor. Through his own- SALEM, Or., Dec. 26. Miss Colia
taking of testimony in the suit: efforts he has cleared several orchard! E- BoHman, of La Grande, has been
brought by the state of Oregon 1 tracts since coming to this vicinity J "PPnlnted assistant secretary to Gov
agalnst Alva C. Marsterg, of Rose-Lnd nag won many prizes for the ernor-olect Tierce. Miss Bollman
burg, and the 'Fort Klamath Mea- quality of his fruit. Among the many' nas acted as secretary for Mr. Pierce
dows company, has been concluded fa)rs at which he has exhibited are'for several years. It was said. She
in . circuit court here. Final argu- the Lewls anj cinrk exposition, Port- wl" succeed Miss Violet Wclborn,
ments will be heard by Judge Leav-j iand) ifl04, where he received a gold wll llna served as assistant secretary
IU at Roseburg, February 19. Theme(lal for peaches. His fruit has 'to' Governor Oloott for the last
ase involves title to 8000 acres of ( won Bweepstakes at local exhibitions, three J'ears.
Tahd ) Which, the state alleges, wasand 1)e Baa numerous go!d and silver! MIm Bollman will arrive In Salem
fraudulently obtained by Marsters 20 jmedals, and many varied-colored rib- about January 1, according to nn-
years ago by means of dummy lo
Although friends knew of the con
templated nuptials, ft was learned
wth much surprise today that M'88!
Maye Kaegl, one of the city's young; Memi,ers of the family, who wore Irene Smith, of El Centro, Calif., ac
ber of the younger set, and Max1" ent at the annVersary dinner,! cording to word received In the city.
Camps, of Yreka, Calif.,
1. . U ...I.AM
niuruii ou mem wucu mo;
quietly married in Medford at 10,Mrg j, w. Conover and threa chll
o'clock Saturday evening. The young1 (lren
couple were attended by a sister of j
. . ...j. ,. .,i.i.j vt
'lne Dr,ue' "5 m"",cu ""'
Mrs. Cleo Mast wno actea in me ca-
I ... mi.00. m.. ji.t r.miK
pacity of witnesses. Mis. Max Camps
1, ,,.,.i,,. . .,. ,.j m 1 n
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Kaegl, 617 Boulevard.
Mr. Camps Is a prominent young
business man of Yreka and Is con-
nected with the Ford garage In that!tne actresa 9 ublo to sit up now for
The young couple have left for
Yreka, where they will make their
Mis. Oeder Entertal
Mrs. Emma Oeder entertained at
a rhriiitmna runner nt ner nnmn on
firanlta street. Guests were Dr. and
Mrs. Jarvls. Mr. and Mrs. John Dill
and Miss Lynda Oeder.
Hammond Funeral Today
Funeral services for Ch irles Wes-
la.. Uammnn H whn Htad nt lilfi home
. . . 1. . mas tree given by the management
at 649 East Main street December " '
ai gii. ai Olblof the Vlnlng theatre Sunday after
23. were held from the H. C. Stock: "
' . . , .. ,,, noon, which was. greatly enjoyed
undertaking pallors, at 2 o clock this , .. , , , u
B 1 , Icspecln y by tho children, who re-
afternoon. Rev. J. S. Chuney offlcl- '
.... ... .!celved gifts of candy and nuts. A
airii, wiiue inii.1 iiiciii, ..wo
i Mountalnvlew cemetery.
ISIrs. Lennox FjU -tains
Among the many delightful Christ
mas dinner parties was one given by
Mr. and Mrs. James Lennox of the
iValleyvlew district. Those present,
I were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCracken.l
fa,ntiln.imr- "u"e Ul u c"1' "" '
v . . n.. ...... . M m..
Tacom' wn0 v,B,tln8 WUB tne,Mlss Georgia
1 fumll nvAf Ilia hnliilavfl. the.
.!""'""'' " '
1 Misses Elizabeth and Leona Lennox
and the host and hostess. I
k-.i,,. t,nill. Fr.le.-ti.lii
mma d" am" ' "T" .
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Edwards enter-,
tained at 6 o'clock goose dinner
Chr.stmas at their home on Thira
(street. The evening was spent in.ghe wm viHt her sister, Mrs. W. A.
playlng cardg. Guests were Mr. and
Walklr.j on Crutches j
Horace Mitchell, of East Main
street, is going on crutches at pres-lago,
ent, having been hurt by gang
'plow some time ago,
"1 ijl - a
ASHLANO COUPLE nJ
CELEBRATE DATE OF i&J-fe
1G 1 1860
Mr. and Mrs. Albert O. Johnson
quietly celebrated their sixtieth wed-
dln anniversary at the home of their,
daughter, Mrs. G. O. Van Natta, on.
Chestnut street, on Christmas day.
Though these grand old people spent'
the greater portion of their married 1
II I U 111 JVUI1HUS, Hilly llihd IIH'II llli
Ashland for the past 18 years.
Though Mr. Johnson Is now 81
I vpnra nf niTA. hfl la Hnrv na n mnn
bons from fairs as far away as New
Orleans and San Diego.
He was born September 27, 1841 I
later marrying Mary E. D;ivis. Among
I1I3 ancestors are many famom andj
noted people, Including Captain Ed-j
ward Johnson, who came from Eng-j
land In tho fleet with Govonor Win-
tbrop In 1630; Franklin Tierce, pres-j
Law Olmstcad, noted landscape arch
itect, who planned tho construction
of Central Park in New York city, in
1856, and the capitoi grounds at
Washington D. C.
wprn Mra. Jennie Gilbert and two'
nn(, Ml. ami Ml.g q. 0. Van Natta
DEXV RVMOR FAMOVS
FREXCH AtTRESS DVIXG
m, . ,, ,
PARIS, Dec. zti. Tho report that
Sarah Bernhardt, famous French'
actress, was dying, was formally de
nied here today. ' Her secretary says
the first time- sinco her recent Ill
ness and has suffered no relapse.
She hopes to receive friends by New
NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
Returns from Roseburs
Miss Ellaleen Stcnnett, who wai
visiting friends and relatives In
Roseburg over the holidays, rettirnet
to the city today, called here by thr
Illness of her mother, Mrs. L. E.
VlnliiR T11 Enjoyed
A largo crowd attended the Christ-
splendid program was offered, In
cluding a fine comedy and a novel
film entitled "A Trip to Paramount
Town, "'showing the movie Industry.
Entertains ClirlstiiuiH Day-
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Greer enter
Gu3tg lnclmle(, Mr an(,
:Mrs. John Dill
Mrs. Emma Coffee,
Coffee, Misses Nona,
nd Lillian Greer, and Mr.
and Mrs. B. R. Greer.
I Visiting Benedict Family
I Mrs. Effle Elliott, of Belllngham.
Wash., ban arrived In Ashland and
wm visit her father, G. V. Benedict
and famll). for
a time, after which
CooIier cast of ,own, and en
home ,0 Btop off at Myrtle
CrPok l0 vIsl, llPr youngest sister.
Mrs. E. W. Redlfer. pad also her no-
phew, Oscar A. 1 ooper, or r-useii".
Mrs. Elliott was in Ashland 14 years
and has not visited before since
that time In the city, hiio notices
omc changes here.
i 7nT TliM III ITliI
President Harding laying a wreath on the tomb of the Unknown Ainerlcni.
SuMlor at Arlington cemetery. Deluclmients of sailors, murine and regulars
wrt lu the ceremony.
LA URAXDK WOMAV
WILL ASSIST PIFBCE
nouncement made by the govornor-
Archie B. Anderson, son of G. R.
Andorson, 430 Holly street, was mar
ried on Christmas day to Miss Mary
Mr.. Anderson is a graduate of the
jAsliIiind high school, and commoted,
his course at t ho Oregon Agricultural
college in 1920, later going to Cali
fornia. At present, Mr. Anderson Is con-
nCCted WiUl "ie I,n"wlal Valley
i iwiuiH uaswcuHiuii, mm uus nia
1 headquarters at Holtvllle, Calif. His
,,,,,, . ,
. ninnv mennu In Inn ellv U'lll lm nnr-
. . ...
prised to learn of his marriage, and
will wish him a long und happy life
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will reside
Logging camps at Sllverton have
closed down for the winter.
Hkk iik Heir Hoiiilit
B. Allen, formerly In thoi
1 11 miry business, and now 55 years 1
dd, Is being sought by the chief of:
lollce of Alliance, Ohio, according to
(formation received by Chief of Po
Ice Hatcher. He Is wanted bocausc
ie la heir to an estate. He Is a moul
ler by trade, a vIollulHt and a B flat
uba player. His sister, Mrs. Susie
X Shaffer, is very niixinns to get In
ouch with him so that he might
roperly come Into his share. A re
vnrd Is offered for information of
'1 is whereabouts.
hVncfit Dunce Enjoyed
A large crowd enjoyed the music
furnished by the Carl H. Loveland
irehestra at the benefit dunce given:
by the 484th company at the Armory Chief of Police Jenkins asserting auriuuiunio 10 me raie,;.SSiiB.-,s ...
Christmas night. It is hoped that'thut she is the 15-year-old girl who; snipers. Brush burners, lumber
more dances of a similar nature will was in the houseboat at tho time Incendiaries and railroads were
be held in the city. A large number) Mrs. Helen Leary assorts Cash Weir, directly responsible for the bulk of
ot out-of-town people were present
Invrntor'oN llelnir Taken
If. tho men In local business
hnnaei nnno.ir a trifle hnrrlnd nnil
cross, don't hold it aenlnst them, for
f,,n,. i., ..., ii,. ri.viut.ii'... ..iUh
the faking of inventories has begun.
Many of the business firms will keep
some of their clerks busy at night ter says the Leary woman Is jea!ous H.l.l.s vhmmhi i miimk.ihi ii
during the remainder of the week, of her, and that slio was paying at-! DOOHN. Holland, Dec. 26. For
In order to complete the work. tentlon to Earl. They fought and nier Kaiser Wilhelm, being In need
V hU. fiom Klamnth I-VIs the unidentified girl fled. I of money for Christmas, has told a
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Foster, of If the girl can be located, polke1 wedding photograph of himself In a
Klamath Falls, arrived In the city believe the mystery will be solved: J field Marshall's uniform, and hU
late Saturday to spend Christmas if she Is not found, It remains more bride, Princess ilernilne, wearing her
with their daughter, Mrs. McCarthy, complex. The fclrl says she Is nn- famous diadem.
The. were accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Foster, who went on
TERRIFIC WIND ABATES AFTKR
SHIPPING HAS SEVERE
GALE ESTIMATED AT
100 MILES PER HOUR
Waves (iO Feet iKh Sweep Bulls
1 I fl, .,!.. I........ c........ '
i. in, a ji.i .. n .(fujij nil-.. 111-
cm; Tluve Mum U Refilled He.
fore Return Vovags" -vl '
NEW YORK, Dec. 26. The worst
hurricane which has swept the North
Atlantic in many years abated today j
after causing terrific damage to;
llnt.t..ir Cl.tn..it-I,t.. liiw.c !
011 n'e 1 1'h' di 1 inn 111 ji 11111-n 1 i-iiii i.Tii
all vessels delayed but none missing.
Itolated ships are reporting by wlre-
Ralls and lifeboats of ninny
'steamers were reported smashed.
"United States" must bo refitted ho-
fore they set out for a return voy-
ago. A hundred miles an hour galo
msncd uie ocean into waves till reet
WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR WEEK
WASHINGTON, Dec. 26. Prob- to decide the winner, lots were ro
uble weather condition for the period' sorted to. The lucky winner was
of Decotnber 25 to 30, Inclusive, nrei 0. O. Conwell, while Everett Van
forecast as follows: Dyke was given second prize, a large
Pacific Coast States Generally' candy cane. Others guessing the
fair In southern California; consld-8niue weight were Louise Ruger, M.
eruble cloudiness and occassional: r. Rowlov and R. Freeman
rain elsewhere; normal temperature
Northern Rocky Mountain and
Plateau Regions Generally fair but;
with probability of local snows In
. "' "iiu-iiiiira.
PORTLAND, Dec. 26. Now com
plexltles are added to the alleged hy Forester George H. Cecil. In Port
"houseboat murder mystery." when'1""1'- Ono-fourth of these fires were
tho supposed victim wrote a letter to!""" ' lightning and one-third direct-
and his son Earl murdered her. The
signed "Jauo Doe," and!
she said she does not wish her name""
known dun to the 81111 mo It would
brine on the family.
Tim irlri nvi Mia t.p.irv'a stnrv '
Is false, and thnt it Is Inspired by j
Jealousy over Earl Weir. Tho let-
harmed. Chief Jenkins will protect
her Identity If she appears
ONE ARREST MADE IX ALLEGED
SECRET SERVICE MEN
WATCH ALL SUSPECTS
Any Move Will Result in Arrest;
Funeral Hci vlc for '' Munlrnil
Men, llcltl with lOOO in Attendance
Tiotips (illllKl lMlll-S.
MER ROUGE, La., Dec. 26. The
state of Louisiana is so confident
j that its caBe of kidnapping and mur
jder o; Watt Daniels and Thomas
Richards Is strong enough to con
vince anyone, even sympathizers
with the person accused of tho crime,
that a chance of venue will not be
askod when the preliminary hearing
begins January 5, It Is stated here.
T. .T. Burnett, the only man ar
rested so far, denies he Is a klaas
inan, and says he will have no diffi
culty In proving his innocence of the
It Is likely no more arrests will
bo made until a public hearing. Ev
ery suspect is bplng watched, and
any suspicious move or attempt to
get away would result In Instant ar
rest by secret service men.
A thousand persons witnessed tho
burial services for Dnniels and Rich
ards. They were laid In graves, side
by side, 12 miles north of this little
hamlet. The funeral was a double
one, with military honors L. ing ac
corded Daniels, a world war veteran.
Troopers of the stnte gunr l ncrom-
panled tho bodies to the cemetery
and there, faring the In vering sun.
fired three shots tha ever wi'l re
sound In the ears of many friends
wU6,went to pay Int respects to
thr-nv'- ' ' '
FIVE GUESS IIGHT
OF PLAZA BIG STICK
Guesses as to the weight of tho
Pil2a confectionery's big stick of
call(iy wel.e m.uiu Lv B12 l!01)in mi
lai.;U( from (W0 pounds to 65. The
,..,.,.,. uBi,,i,i nf tim i. nin ,.f
oiiuly was 14 pounds, 8 Mi ounces.
Five people uessed the weight as
14 pounds and 8 ounces. In order
Two guesses of
inuile by Mrs. R. L.
Eleanor Coombea, whi received
"booby" prize, consisting of a
pound all-duy sucker.
Judges for the contP3t we. TJ. G.
Coleman, E. M. Butler and Charles
Gilmore. Foss Cramer drew the
names of the winners In tli presence
PAST YEAR DISASTROUS
FROM FIRES IX FORESTS
PORTLAND, Dec. 26. Nearly
6000 forest fires were started on the
national forests of the country In
1921, says Chief Forester W. B.
Greeley In his annul report received
'tho remaining fires.
More than 375,000 acrps of nation-
forest land were tunneii oter wun
1 . 4aa nun .i.,l
" "dmase ms vi uu....
I 1021 and the cost of fighting these
!!.. .....i ... t-.ioan
rues amounted 10
CASH XEEDEI), SO KAISFR
Tli picture was uisposeu ot 10 aq
American agency for $10,000,