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VOI. .XVII
HHND, DKHOIIUTKB COUNT!', OREGON, TIIUIWDAY, MAY !- JfJU)
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MANY REQUESTS AR MADE
' IN PRESIDENTS MESSAGE
TO ill CONGRESS
"WILSON SENDS APPEAL
'
FOR LABOR.
T
ASKS REPEALOF LAW
Executive, in Europe, HcKTrtw Ho
Knows no l.lllln or Amrrlriiii AN
fair I'm! Dcinorrnr)'
f Jliinlca mi IUu!llrmiN.
President WINoii'h .MeMKii
llrroiuinciiiU:
Ilopcnl of HO'cnllod "luxury
tnx.
Repeal or amendment of tho
wur 1 1 in i) prohibition act. In no
fur iih It applies to wines or
beers.
Creation of it federal agency
of nilvlcu Mild Information iw n
clearing house for suggested lin-
provcmonl In Industrial condl-
tlonn. ,
Maintenance of tho United
HtnU'H employment service.
y Adoption of tho land-for-sol-
(Horn bill sponsored by Hccro-
tnry I.ano.
Legislation to fncllllnto Amor-
lean enterprise In foreign trade.
Reconsideration ot fcdornl
taxes to rellovo the, burdon,
particularly on productive ro- -sources,
making Incomes, cxceim
profits nn l estimate tho main-
stay of steady taxation.
Agnlnsl general rovUlon of
Import iJullM.tor proioc-
Hon of tho American dyeing
Industry.
Adoption of tho suffrage -
amendment. Itoturn of tho telegraph nnd
telephone IIiioh to thulr ownum,
'miliar u moro coordinated' ays-
turn.
n mora uniform system.
Ily Robert J. Homier
(United I'rrM Hurt CorrnfomUnt)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mny 20
President Wilson today cnllod upon
n ropubllcnn congress to legislate
nlong lines for hotter' lUbor condi
tions. Tho outstanding fenturopf his
message, read to both housch of con
Kress, wuh his appeal that thoso who
do thu dally labor of tho world "ob-
! ttKitDMji JT,lrt (itinritviiitiniil lit tin
JP
llll ,11 lift UiJOl f V Mlt'IW!UIMVH
TfctnMi1lilnit nf fliiilr litlinr. lift Hllliln
L happier, and be nerved bolter by tho
rominuHltlCH nnd tho -Industries
which thulr labors sustain nnd ud
vnnco." Tho now Interest between capttnl
nnd labor, ha said, can ha mado opor-
nllvo and manifest only In n now
orgniiliullon of Industry nnd hu urges
if. business nidi nnd workurs to "Hock
and sincerely adopt n common pur-
' jioso" toward that end,
Hit urn of Itondx Pledged.
Regretting IiIh Inability to bo
present nnd his luck ,of familiarity
with domestic conditions, owing to
"-i. tho "duty" which keeps hint at tho
penco conference, tho prcsldont in
, muklng his rucoimuoudatlons do
' clnred thoy must of nocoHslty bo "only
In general terms. " Howovor, ho
Hpoclflcally told congress that ho
will return tho telegraph nnd tolo-
phono Hues ns soon as tho transfer
. can bo urrangod without confusion,
and tho railroads, ho fiald, will bo
handed ovor to tho ownors at tho
ond of tho calendar your.
. "It la clearly doslrablo lu tho
,1' puhllolntorostfl," ho said, ''that Bomo
legislation should bo coirtldorod
which may tend to ninko of thoso
liidbipoiisabla ItiHtrumentalltitH) (wlro
,,'lliien'uud railroads) u uniform nnd
1 tcoordlnnted syHtom," that thoso who
use thorn may bo insured certain
liienus of country-wldo communlca.
. tlou at uniform and Intelllglblo ratos,
' Wmilil Defer Drouth.
i Tho recommondntloiiB,. howovor,
' i iiuii huon looked for. Tho promised
;:in.urprlHu of the prosldont's. mossugo
ny in his recommendation to congress
(Continued ou Pago, d,)
INTEREST TAKEN IN
CHILDREN'S ,CLUBS
VounpttorM In Clovrnlnlo District
lU'iidy to Join rniosr4l
OrKiinlMilloii.
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(Krom Wednesday'! Dally.) ',
Keen Interest in club work .Svns
shown Inst night at Clo'vordal(ftA by
tho boys and girls of that s'oc(lon
when It. A. Word of tho' First .Vu
tlonul bank "addressed the children.
All evinced u desire in Join tho 'pro
posed club, Following the ninntlng
of tho youngsters, Mr. Ward x ad
dressed tholr pnroutM,nn thu subject
of puro bred bulls and sllot,
CASH PAYMENT
GOOD BUSINESS
CITV DKUT MUHT I IK I'AU) KVK.V
TUAM.V, AM) INTKUK8T CAN
UK HAVKI) lV 1'AYlSa OFF AT
O.NCK, HAVH C. A. WAItNKIt.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
"I'm against if," wns tho comment
of C. A, Warner, proprietor of two
llend stores, when asked as to his
attltudo concerning tho proposed city
bond Issuo today. "We've got to
pay this debt sooner or Inter, and
tho -quicker- wo do lttheeaslcrU:
wAl lie. We will snvo Interest by
lorylnjr a special tux, nnd paying
now,"
Mr. Warner believes (hat thin Is
tho stand taken by thu average tax
payor. "Wo will ull bo hotter orf
and tho city will bo on a hotter finan
cial basis if our debt is wiped nut In
n buslnessltko way," ho said.
MURDERREPORT
IS ONLY RUMOR
AUTIIOIUTIICH IIASTKN TO MI Mi
AND 1'I.ND THAT HUITOSKI)
KILLING IS DUK TO MIHSTATIN
SIKNT OF OFKUATOU.
(From Wodncsdny'a Dally.)
Hoports df a murder at Tho Bhov-lln-Itlxon
Company mill brought city
and county officers to tho mill this
morntng.'only to find that officials of
tho company desired t luformntlun
concerning a raid at tho Mountain
View hotel tho night boforo, in which
sovoral at (heir employ) woro said
to bo Implicated, nnd that tho tele
phone operator, In calling for Chief
of'l'ollco Nixon, hud added (ho In
formation that "alio jessed, it was
n murder," -
Tho roal caso growlngyou of the
raid conducted by Hhorfft S. ll, Holi-
orts, Chief Nlxo;i, Ofllcor' Frank I..
Kulp and Flra Chief, Cnrlon was
partly disposed of in pollca court
this morning, when Mrst Dolly Ward,
formorly of Prluovlllo, plcadod guilty
to a chargo of dlBordoj-ly conduct
and wns lined 2G by City ludga
I'ooplos, Another glrln' Miss How
ard, who wns nlso tnkou la night,
wns ho violently hystoflpal that Bho
was not brought Intli' court this
morning- jiv
Tho arrest of Mrs, ward VnH no
compllshod by Chief JN'lxon, who,
concealed under, ix bed' In tliOhotol,
hoard tho womnn demand money
from a lodgor to bo UHcd'ln '''squar
ing tho pollco," nnd saw (He man
pnss pvor 10, which had provlously
boon furnished hint tin marked bills
by tho nuUiqrltlos. Tho' young lady
was at first shocked boyond mqnsuro
whpn a hand ronohod out from under
tho bod and grasped hoc bicoauklo.
Thou she rocoverod from horurprlso
and said It was all n Joko. Ilvit this
morning she ploadod guilty,
COAST
STRONG
FOR IRRIGATION
itosi:vKir IlKJIIWAV'HAC'KUItH,
VIHITI.VO IJK.VD, IIKMKVK 1IOT1I
MKAHUHKH W'lUt CAItHV I.V
(UMINO HTATK HLKCriOS.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
That Irrigation measureit which
will bo on tho ballot at tho Juno 3
election, ' will rccolvu a good voto
from tho coast counties, wus the dec
laration today of I). F. Jones of
Newport, father of tho Itoosevelt
Highway hill, who, with statu Sena
tor -Tom Hanloy of Tlilamook, ar
rived in liend this morning on a tour
of thu state in tho interest of high
way and Irrigation. Mr. Jones bo-
llovos that thcro Is but llttlo doubt
now that both measures will carry,
as ho has found a strong spirit of re
ciprocation among tho people of both
sections of thu state. v
Forty years ago Mr. Jones rode tho
rnngo In Central and Kastorn Ore
gon, and Is now visiting tho Intorlor
parr of tho state for thu first tlmo
nluco ho moved to tho coast. "Con
siderable work was needed In show
ing tho voters west of tho mountains
the need for Irrigation In Central
Oregon," ho said, "but I think they
rcirllzo now that tho heavy rainfall
of tho coast counties docs not roach
to that part of tho state cast of tho
mountains. A trip through Central
nnd Kastorn Oregon Is nil that Is ncc
ossary to provn to any ono Just what
Irrigation moans to tho peoplo out
hero." ,
.Tho Iloosovclt highway advocates
will complotn their tour of Kastorn
Oregon boforo tho end of tho month.
W.H.MAY IN CHARGE
OF COUNTY ROADS
(From Monday's Dally.)
"Ah hls-flMt'Work In his position la
charge of tho county's road Improve
ment aystem, W. H. May this morn
ing wont to Fall river to superintend
brldgo construction over that stream.
SURVEY SITES FOR
HOMES NEAR LAKE
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
To survey summer homo sites near
Odell lakd, Supervisor .V. O. Jacob
sou nnd William Sprout have gone
to thu lake to bo gone for several
days.
IRRIGATION LAW
NOTED BY
In preparation for tho Red Cross
Important changes in the statutes
rotating to irrigation, which will go
Into effect on Thursday, May 29, nro
pointed out 1' Stnto Engineer Percy
A. Cupper In a resumo of alterations
In tho statutes mudo , by tho last
legislature. In his report oil new
legislation, n grout part of which is
Of great interest to tho peoplo of
Central Oregon, Mr. Cupper anys:
"Tho abolishment of tho ottlco of
superintendent of water division No.
1 reduces thu stnto water board to
two members, tho state engineer and
tho Btnto water superintendent. The
statu engineer wus given chargo of
tho distribution of tho water of tho
stuto, with authority of overseeing
tho work of tho various water mas
tors, which work has horetoforo boon
undor tho direction of tho division
superintendent. Tho superintendent
of wntor division No. 2 wns given
chargo of tho adjudication of wator
rights in tho ontlro stnto and was
given tho tltlo of Btato wator nupor
Intondout. .
"A constitutional amendment pro
viding for tho guarantee of tho first
flvo yours' interest on Irrigation and
drnlungo bonds will bo submitted to
tho peoplo at tho coming spoclal elec
tion. On account of heavy discount
on drainage nnd Irrigation bonds,
this cIiibb of reclamation honds hits
boon under a sovoro handicap, which,
It 1b bollovod, will bo largely romovod
If this umoudmout la piiBsod.
"A statute was enacted providing
that irrigation districts may nccopt
n part of tho laud of nny landowner
wlthlu tho district as nn pffsot against
BOARD NAMES
INSTRUCTORS
FOR SCHOOLS
19 ENGAGED TO FILL
VACANCIES.
THIRTEEN FOR GRADES
Contract for Construction of Ken-
"Wood Hcliool (jofrf.'fo K. 1'. Ilros-
lorlinuM Did Ii Above Amount
Iti(lil by Itoud Issue.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Nineteen instructors to fill vacan
cies left in tho local .teaching staff
wero elected hero yesterday evening
by tho Dt-nd school board in an ad
journed meeting. Of tho tola! of
those selected four aro for tho high
school, two nro for special work,
and tho remainder nro for-4ho grades.
All excepting tho high school teach
ers and tho specials aro engaged, sub
ject to assignment.
Tho matter of tho construction of
tho Kenwood school, carried over
from the meeting boforo was brought
up and 1 I'. Urosterhous, whoso bid
wns the lowest, was awarded tho
contract. Tho board failed to find
nny way in which the cost of tho
school building, which will exceed tho
money raised by bonding for this
purpose by $2,000, could bo reduced.
Instructors elected by the direct
ors for the coming school year aro
ns fojlows:
High school. J. A . Straushun,
San Francisco, California, manual
training and athletics; Kstrier Mick
elsonj Drain, Oregon, Junior high;
Gladys Cartwrlght, Kelso, Washing
ton, Kngllsh and biology; Dorothy
Wriglrf, Portland, Oregon, domestic
science
Special. Ilesslo Darnlcott, Itay
mon, Washington, music and art;
Kathleen Turner, Kvanston, Illinois,
Physical training for girls.
Grades. Esther Allen, Portland,
Oregon; Helen Do Dus, Knllspcl,
Montana; Nellie Tift, Suntcx, Ore
gon, Catherine Annsmann, Hurley,
Idaho; Kvolyn Carlson, Milwaukee
Wisconsin; Josephine Burgess. Conby
Oregon; Vera Torbus, Beaver Dam,
Wisconsin; Iluth Damon, Silver
Lake, Oregon; Floroncu Foster, Eu
gene, Oregon; Marcla SoIIock, Mnu
pin, Oregon; Mildred Arnold, Plxley,
California; Lillian Connolly, Powers,
Oregon; .Ethel C. Johnson, Dcnd,
Oregon.
CHANGES
STATE ENGINEER
tho reclamation chargo on tho re
mnlnder of his land. This will prob
ably servo ns a very convenient
method of cooperating with tho fed
eral government. ,
"Tho provision of tho irrigation
district' law rotating to tho validation
of tho proccduro prior to tho Issu-
nnco of bonds wns clarified by tho ro
ennctmeut of this portion of tho irri
gation district lnw.
"Agricultural lands Included with
in tho limits of u municipality may
now bo Included in nn Irrigation dis
trict. This amendment was deemed
necessary on account of tho largo,
area of agricultural land which is
Included within tho limits of soma
of tho municipalities within or nd
Jncont to tho lrrl$uton districts".
"Provision bus also been mado for
tho reclamation of lauds in an irri
gation district in units. Horetoforo
It was necessary that ovory aero of
Irrlgablo land In a district should
bo nBsojsod tho aamo as ovory other
Irrlgablo acrO. This brought about
a tendency to excludo land from tho
district, which Vould Increaso tho
cast against tho main body of land
notwithstanding tho fact that it
might bo entirely feasible to Irrigate,
thoso lauds at n higher cost. It will
now bo possible to Include lands In
an Irrigation district as u soparato
unit, nijd ussess thorn according to
tho cost of reclamation.
"Undor tho Irrigation district law
as onnxrod In 1917 tho district cquld
not requlro. construction bonds In
excosa of 25 per cent, of tho amount
(Continued on Page 4.)
CONFERENCE OF
RED CROSS TO
BE HELD HERE
MAY 23 AND 24 SET FOR
MEETING.
SPEAKERS WILL COME
Problem of Dcnd and Crook County
Chapter to ilo DImcukkuI, and
Pliiiu for Year' Work Hug
gntcd by Official.
(From Saturday's Daily.)
.Joining In a conference with north
west division officials of tho Itcd
Cross, tho, Dcnd and Crook county
chapters, with representations from
all their branches and auxiliaries,
will meet In, this city on May 23 nnd
24, it was announced today by the
executive committee of the local or
ganization. A large turnout Is do
sired, as It l expected much of
benefit to tho Central Oregon chap
ters In conducting their work for the
next year will bo derived from tho
addrcsses and reports of tho north
west officials. Local, problems will
be studied with a view to determin
ing the best solutions, and as a
special feature of the, conferenco a
series of moving plcturo films will bo
shown, depleting the work of tho
Red Cross In Europe and in homo
service.
Homo'ScrvIcc ImitortnttC
Among topics which will bo em
phasized will bo tho general futuro
of the Red Cross, homo scrvlca work,
which is bocoming mora and more
Important as a phase of tho organi
zation's endeavors, tho Junior Red
Cross, and public health nursing ac
tivities. Reports from tho chap
ters will also bo given.
Chief among northwest leaders In
Red Cross activities who will be in
attendance are: F, P. Folslc,- direc
tor of civilian relief; Earl Kilpatrjck.
assistant manager; Claud Adams, or
ganizer; Miss Grittlnger, of tho bu
reau of public nursing, . and Mr.
Turner, accountant.
Further details in regard to tho
program to bo followed during tho
conference woro being worked out
this afternoon by tho executivo com
mittee of the local chapter, and will
bo announced later.
BEATEN HUNS LOOK TO EAST
TO GET HELP FOR REVENGE
(Written for th UnltfJ Prcsi.)
NEW YORK, May 21. Germany
Is preparing to turn to tho oust for
revenge. German statesmen, crafty,
unscrupulous, and full of resontment
against tho western democracies, are
laying plans to break tho peace
treaty after tho signatures have been
forced from the defeated plenipoten
tiaries at Versailles,
Gormany Is looking to Russia,
China nnd Japan for eventual help
In creating a new league to overthrow
tho western nations; control of tho
world. Germany, Russia, China and
Japan aro all disappointed at tho
outcomo of tho peace negotiations.
China believes sho has boon deserted
by tho westoru powers; and tho
Japanese, nro resentful because thoy
have not boon recognized as tho racial
equals of tho whlto peoplo of Amer
ica and Great Britain. ,
Gormany, thoreforo, Is hopeful of
making subtlo suggestions to China
and Japan concerning tho advantages
of a secret league to seek rovongo
against tho west. RuBsIa Is. a neces
sary confederate tor such a conspir
acy. Russia has bobn denounced by
tho victorious 'allloa in Europo as an
outcast nation. Franco, In particu
lar, has forgotten her own revolution
when two-thirds of tho French na
tional dobt was repudiated and $400
In Kronen pa'por money sold for $1
In roal cash.
Franco's refusal to cooporate with
America nnd Great Britain In trying
to help tho present Russian govern
ment get on Its. feet has mado real
assistance to Russia impossible,
FOREST PARK
IS SUGGESTED
BY JACOBSON
CITY COULD SAVE BY
FOLLOWING ADVICE.
PLANS TIMBER TRADE
T. A. McCann of Tho Khcvlln-lllxon
Company Evince WHUtiKnc to
Exchange Tract on Turnnlo
for National Forest Iind.
(From Monday' Dally.)
Whilo tho Bend city administra
tion is considering tho purchaso of
acrcago on the Turaalo, above the
new fish hatchery, for a natural park,
a plan has been worked out by N. O.
Jacobson, supervisor of tho Deschutes
national forest, by which tho land
might bo raado avallablo nnd Its
timber preserved as government
property. Residents of city and
county would bo offered tho samo
benefits if the park woro created
undor Mr. Jacobson's plan as It the
tract were bought by tho city.
Tho land which tho park commit
tee of tho council has selected as tho
most desirable of nny tract within
Teach of Dcnd In now tho property
of Tho Shevlln-Hixon Company, and
enough timber ia contained on the
acreage to mean a prlco of approxi
mately $5000 If thoMand wero bought
direct from the lumber company.
Mr. Jacobson's suggestion Is that
tho park site bo turned over to the
Deschutes national forest In exchange
for an equal value of national forest
timber land. T. A. McCann of The
Shevlln-Hixon Company will bo ready
to cooperate fully with tho forest
service In working out this plan, If
the council Is desirous of having the
matter handled In this way.
, Council' Action Awaited.
The question of securing land out
side of . tho city for park purposes
was brought HpTaTlbp 'ImV regular
meeting of tho council, when it was
stated that Mr. McCann would be
ready to talk business with tho park
commlttco on May 20. Whilo the
matter of establishing a government
owned park, at no expense to the
city, has not been officially Intro
duced, it is expected that this wilt
bo brought up at the council meet
ing tomorrow night.
Mr. Jacobson, it Is understood, will
tako no action in tho matter until
he has been informed of tho city ad
ministration's desire's.
Russia, therefore. Is now unablo to
couut on help from tho west. It the
Germans can assist Russia to recover
her balance, it will bd to Germany
that tho Russians will naturally turn
for futuro guidance.
Germany's first step, therefore, In
hei search for means to break tho
peace treaty, is tb form un Intlmuto
relationship with Russia. Alroady
cfTorts aro being mado lu Berlin to
this end. Gormau agents aro la
Russia advocating tho mutual ad
vantages of socret cooperation be
tween tho wo nations.
Onca this movomont shows bIkiis
of progressing, Its spread into China
and Japan will bo doftly sought, by
Germany's loadors. Germany throat
oned this very outcome to Ambassa
dor Gerard when Amorica was pro
paring to enter tho war. Tho ruth
less brutality or tho Gormans dur
ing tho war savors more of an ori
ental race 'than a western nation.
Tho Germans may thus claim racial
relationship with tho orlont for tho
purposo of urging cooperation.
Tho situation Is certain to dovelon
Into a serious menace unlcsii thu
western diplomats quickly begin to
counteract (ho now Qorman propa
ganda, Russia Is tho key. With
nuqsU hostile Jo Gormany's designs,
the.Germaua will bo impotent. Thoy
will tie geographically leolatod from,
the far east and unablo to fm an
effective oriental alliance. The jvisrt
ern democracies, thorefore, Must ro
visa their treatment of Jtwwte, V eeff
Germany contlnuo as a AarQif
plotter alust civilization's progress.
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