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Pretitettoa Cloudy aud cooler.
Maximum yeienlny . fit
Minimum today 38
Weather Year Ago
DUt Twenty coed Tie
MEDFORD, ORIXiOX. MONDAY. MARCH If). !fs
TftiT A tt OPmYmnn rn
i v 1 1 n ? ii ti iyr- cm t hi . i im Minnam
; No, 33,
Nature's Trade Balance
Values Go Up, Up
To Educate Congress
One Year's Wine $25
By Arthur Briaban
(Copvrteht. 1927. by New York
GALLUP, X. M. In Arizona :
jj'hcre this is written, near the j
border of Xew fexieo, wild j
turkeys and Chinese pheasants .
tire turned loose, invited to in-iO
erense und multiply, as a state ,
enterprise. Barring coyotes and
loxes, pneasants atut mrsrvs
should thrive amazingly in Ari- J
zona, Xew Mexico and Califor
nia on an abundant fillaree niift
To kill off coyotes, thus in
terfering With natures Mil-
noe nf trade." is sometimes-'
llLlld HO.-,. 111'. HI""" "'
discovery in Montana where
coyotes were killing young
lambs. A big bounty disposed
of the eoyotes. Then field mice,
wii no coyotes to cut them,
got ridbf the fdfalfa, leaving
nothing for the lambs to eat. .
This the biggest year that
Wall Street ever saw, thus far
makes 1927, which held the rec
ord, look like a "dull market."
So far, 1928 has sold 38,000,000
more shares than were sold in
the same period of 1927.
Consider how American val
ues change, before you decide
. - , , ,
that wc have reached the maxi-
mum. On Thursday the total
value of General Motors stock
l inif to tlflll share, increased
W 1 11 J.I III 1 Hill
That i seve times anmeh
is the United States paid for
the whole Mississippi valley,
when it made the Louisiana
purchase deal with Spain 125
years ago. And it is thirteen
times what Seward paid for
Alaska. They called that pur
chase "Seward's folly." Won't
sell this ennntrv short. You
nCVPr can tell what things Will jnlal from ntm thflt nn' imrK,,ce
t tu ii:,rtc rt rmrl rn ' hfld sit pon HPnt ' to hlm or thilt
1)0 Worth. 1 neCS ?0 tip mui RO ,Sjn(.)lfr !mm.e(!ts had evfr madf
(loni, hut mainly Uf in the'nny effort to eommnnieate with
Lindbergh renders service to
avtittioii hy inviting nil sena
tors and renrescntatives to fly
wiih him. He would take con
gressmen up ten at a tune, m
i r. noi.e nhmo vlmw thorn !
almost how n plane rnns itself,
tell them how he once flew from
St. Louis to Springfield with
out once touching "the stick."
If congress would he mndeo
KNOW OF ITS OWN KNOWI.
KDOE that flying is n reality
mid especially if Lintloergh
could take U'em up in y arm
maehinCi ana drop a few harm
less imitation bomlis as he flew,
the country might spend a few
real dollars on air defense.
International wine growers,
in Paris, ask each country to
appoint five experts to recom
mend moderate use of wine "as
a tonie restorative." The most
highly civilized races, Greek,
RomntiO Italian, French, Span
ish, English, have used light
wines andgise them now. Mi
chael Angelo nt 80 wrote that
he could not have continued his
extPmely difficult work with
out the good wine that n neph
ew sent. He drank polity of it,
several bottles a day.
Oaitner found that he could Qt
work without wine. He trted vew
tarlantsm and total abstinence.
Hoth Interfered with work. The
founders of this connliy, Washing
ton and Jefferson, drank wine, Jef
ferson imiwrtecQhis wines from
France and advoeatedQto tax on
light wine and beer.
But this country has 0cided to
forbid the use of wine, making a
patient, interesting exierlment with
bootleg whiskey. There will be no
. (ConUeu.i) oa Fui Four)
MELLON TO !
Democratic Senator Publicly
Demands Resignation of,
Secretary of Treasury, !
as Result of Scandals j
More Disclosures Prom-
WASHINGTON', March 19. (P
The resgjtmaiion of Secretary
Mellon was asked in the senate;
today by Senator Heed of Mis5 ;
HOtti-i an Iemoerats assailed the -
Kepuhlican party's acceptance of
bond from Harry K. Sinclair,
lesson of Teapot Dome,
isn't Koim? to re- j
kh, Senator need said nttcr ,
;':"'n ? " '! . "!!lMUnl"t
l.ecd said alter .
j,jiiM vuiiuut:ieu wuu nig niiiuiair ,
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ottKht to he asked to resiBn. He i
must have known something wasilnvesUijntion this " afternoon nfior 1
wrong with a (tea! when a lai-fto th(. submarine had been placed in
sum like jr.l),t)il Ih peddled to 1 the dryduek at the navy yunt. in
him for retundloi; to the party." in, fj,.st uj.ee quartern of an bom
Reed continued. "If nothing was of their examlimtio the board
wrong with tt, why wfu the traus- found no message or oilier written
action In secret?" ! record.
"Why didn't Mils cabinet offl-1 The hoard entered the suhimir-
or-r advise . the senate committee j
which was then trying to rim j
down this iniquitous business r
ltecd was referring to the an-
tion of W. . H. Hays in turnips
oyer $50,(100 in Sinclair bonds to j
.Mellon and asking for a ?30.(iu0 J
subscription from the secretary in
its place. j
The secretary declined to ac-j
cept Ihe bonds but (lid later con-
ET. LOUIS, March 10. VP)
The Post-Dlsrmtih today says Its
invosticatlon shows rumors of new i
land slarOIni? disclosures in the I
,.,,, on investi,-!
senntn romniltten's oil Investl.a-
tlon crnwlnir out of nn innocent
Uhlnmenf ntchrlstmn. enrds from
OUI..n,r t rh(f tut fievo'",i" fiiuo.
! r.. .Martin of the court oi appeals
if .h lu,,li f .nl,i i,
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j' Jude Martin at Wasblnuton ex-
plained, the nen-nnaiier iys, that
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m-ntlon n the rumnrn. -
Mnrshnll Field s in Chicnco and
ponsisned to him by (U-oir e Huh.
ih Hon-in-lttW. who tlvos in C - hi -
,,fl nd hmM8 u work fm- tho
jwmcuur iicnninj; company; .
I The rumors hnd linked the
na$iP of .tuHtico Hiddons of the,
District nf folumhia fireme
i court ns the pienee of the park-,
aire and hud brought a warm de-,
j .Tndffe Sirtfions K1Hps
WAKHJNOTOX. March 19. fVPl
-VublishPd reports revolvins !
about a mysterious nackajre eaidjdivwra from the Falcon should i
'to have been addressed by SincSaSr ; board the submarine ahead of the
'Oil intejeKts to 'V. t. Hirtrtons ;
impelled Justine Krederiek 1,. Sid- i
dons of the Histi't of Columbia
.mipreme ronrt to formally denyiUAll
that nnv attemnf had been made
Several of the proceedings j
srowinff out of the oil scandal j
havf been heard before .Jnstire
Siddons nnd it was he who sen -
itenced Hnrrv F. Sinclair to Jail!
for contcmiit. Tho nubl shed ;
) stories prew ottt of the summon
ing of F. I. Siddons of wnKh
inston, Hi., before the senate Tia
pot Dome co?nmittee. jl'B wit
ness was said to have told ihe
comm0ee behind closed doors
that the parfkape from the Sin
clair company was addressed to
him but that he later was In
formed that it should be for
warded to "Washington, V). C.
Asked ioday whether he nd
any comment to make. Justice
Siddona Issued this statement:
I have the most abiding con
fidence that the senate committee
engriBpd in the very important
; work of invest Seal sntr the so-cailed
oil leases wilt make their InvQfi
1 gat ion as 1 borough nnd comjM'te
humaniy possible and that
Ihey will see to H that no In
1 jurioiiR implications, presumption?.
deductions or Inferences Injurious .
(Qthe court or ft memher of tt
wii) reeeive their nanrtion with-
truth. Nor can I. nor do I be! -
lleve fr.fi the nubllshed stories.
thrd I have referred to that thev'3"'1' tnnc' J; C srade
have found credence in the minds "s- Wlnesap xf 3.!5l.S(ir
of the comntltlee." ; fancy 3.15; Arkansas blacks
. ;xf 3 S.3S; fancy IJ.7S1.:5.
M &.t...wi Ttina , Penrn: Drei-nn t',knt,,t ti zft Ft
nnitTi ivn m.' m
Ifnrry Hrown. SZ, died yeMerdny '
from Injuries received Kridnv when;
he was ntucpert In hf clothing
store. Police hnr no clue to the '
sprine In Vnrttnrm.
rfttlTlAXn, Ore., MuQl.Wt
lprlnp weather hnn come inidden-
ty to Oreuou. From most of the JP) Krlc fl. Ilopwood. editor of the
stale reports tell of balmy weather-Cleveland Main Healer, died at his;
nnd hich temperatures. At rt.r!-home last nlaht nf a heart attack I
land the maximum yesterday wasl llopwood was C and hud been ;
onri me weniner mirenu expect
en me same noire to tie reached
or pasted lodny.
i in i i
Rajsed Boa Shows m
Eort Was Made t0
Escape From Doomed'
Craft Through Torpedo
Tubes Flowers Placed
On Death Ship by Com
mander Saunders. i
ISOSTOX Mar. 19 Ml The bod
ies of the sis members of the crew
I of the submarine S-4
imprisoned In the torpedo enm-
nnrtmen when Ihe vessel was
pnrtmenaj when Ihe ve.wc
1 'auhiins on December IT
we ' viewed by a naval noarn oi
ine shortly after one o'clock and i
thrcc-unartci-H of ah hour later;
tone of Its members stationed at a
telenhouo lastde the vessel seat utt
word of its progress. lie said that !
the position of the stx bodies tndt- i
rated that all wf the men had died i
in thetr hunks and that later j
their bodies had been washed out.!
Tito hotly of Lieutenant Graham i
Newel! Fitch was laying under a!
work bench on the starboard side j
Just abaft of the torpedo tubes. It i
was identified Jy his naval aearf-
emy rlner and navat academy
i (tree notttea were at the toot o
lauuer una two in tile niter pal
l"e lorpcilo room Umtor minus,
!Att of the bodies Wore covered
s were covered
i There were 'no
:e bodies. All
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mp J"?'"1 n"Ul,,.m,t '
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room door into the battery room
lawn (l!l(i5 fm.thor wetlRPd own
' T'hp )i0rJho,0 tn iM9 rto(r
flenllK lm(, wtmkv as tt had been
COVPmJ ovei. vvJ)h vnbf)e). hvl( Jn
pUir(s hy yromcn bicks.
l'sMi Ohs MiiKlts
There WJlH evidence ' that the )
mvn h(ul UJI0rf U)0 fiUK muskH f J
t )P , ,.0f,m
The 8-r tlwtcninc eoar throueh
, whk-h the i phcup vphhpJs hart;
pumpptl air to the mon, had boen
Uhinnod ml the wtethosropPH. I
j which had been removed weco :
'suwi on ine tenen, unoerneain ;
(Which Lieutenant Fllch's body lay. j
I irn nvv s-rescmi
It wan arranged that several
modicat officeiK to do omo ire-
Uminary ejeanhit? up. Ah the level
of the watr in the drydack grad-
tinlly was lowered the deck of the;"'"'"1
h1 eame into view.
nors wno assisted Captain j
ftrnes j. Kins in the nalvaRe op-!
eJtion, walked aboard barehead- j
e,! a basket of pink carnations in J
his He walked slowly to n
Plnt midway between the tor- J
" vwnjmnmeni wnpr jay me
bodies of si.v-of the
crew and the engine rormt where
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m"rn ""es are neuevea to
ho entombed and laid the basket
on the deck, and it was thnueht
TJL K"UW be
mv. j .
aboard before the medicaT officers
ttaa explained whe nit wan learned
tht durins the ni-ht a valve hnd'
! broken nnrt the tornerto room hnd '
, heen Hooded". !
Fruit Prices Today
(t'"ed4fti ftiaie M.O.el VewM Ser-
AllIeH; CuIifornJa hoxe delir-
louit 2.5ft$r 2.75: winter hannrms,
fney s,5; newtown pippins
tier J:" 2.3r; 3H tier J2.2fft:
poorer tow- n $1.
Orp.mn nd VNhtni?ln llnmn i
bcautys xf 2.75f 3.25; fancy MM
' ' "ewton pippins xf 19.25
. box. Winter V(.JJ fi.io
The Noted Dead
CLBVKLAXD. Ohio. Mar. 19
etmor oi the paper since l?n. Hr
naa neen identified with lis ,(.
'lorlal alaff alnce 1905.
PROBABLE COOLIDGE SUMMER RESIDENCE FOR '28
fV - 5S ' , - sM(A- 'tl MI9 u..
who w,.e ''YTXrJ ,-WWIlW
! wiiiaismr seimjsvf. WBKsa3usit ss!s' si .. "i-- a,t. -sf k- 1' . "-wiisiisi (
Commanding a view of the Blue Uiiixe mountains on the east, and the foothills of the. Great Stftokjr
mountains on the west, Zeaiamiia, 50Q feet ubovti anil overlookinjr Ashcvillc, N. C, hus been proposed a
the fttmmcr White House for President and Mrs. Coolidfje for 1928. Above, left, is a view ot the resi
dence. On the right is a nearby creek where (ishiitK is to be had. Left below, is a scene in the Great
Smoky Mountajfi National park, not far from Ashcvillc. Below is a view of the city of Ashcvilto frgm
the proposed summer White House. TThe president would go about the middle of June. Abbeville is Ii
hours railroad jo..mey from Washington.
Candidacy of Al Smith Does'ess. .HedWay i.. n.omj.. is
Not interest Vatican,
Cardinal Mundelein Re
Mundelein nf Chicago Is convinced
that the Vatican is not interested;
in the American presidential cam
paign, because, "it Is too far away -
5 and the Issues are too Involved." !
1 As to the candidacy of tioveraor .
of N'ew Vork Ihe cardinal
"!ur!ns my whole week's slay
In H0me the subject was not
broached to or by me In either of
my t$ audiences with the pope
su any of my other talks wilh
nishly placed prelates. They retfl
iy are not Interested.
"They know that If a Catholic
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mil riJis1' minp int parnrie.
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"inn t nmnnr rntirrn in i titer.
it:;i t'tHiiPiiitH wiiii ii m endive
Iftrlslatlon. ht nn oolltlcal a to
1 ntTPioip mere lk no ronunu wmii-
j ,?r 11 ""'
The reilKiouH situ;) tlon In Mex
ico vat not hrouKht up hy the
pope or otherH with whom he hatl
f''ipneon, t'tudttuii Atundo tcln
nut ftudtrneew with the pope
were devoid entirely to ei'riei;M
ftent matters, ' the enrdinat ex-
VOHK. Mar. 1 (VP? The
j Np llt ii TtmeK totny nuyn
frJpmlH " Governor Smith huve Jn
mtml in th( evont th(tt he 1(,WM
i wn ono . -iiinrf)ia primnrieM.
F'wa und . Tllft tla
, ! plan for modiflrnrini
i requiring n two-thlr
nomination nf a prewid
"JL'ZT TT"? '
' eorntlon. The nmpoKal i
! hiiVv the convention adopt rewo-
lutton pi'ttYifiinit that the tn o
' third rule tihuit remain in Qt
Jfor fifteen ballotM and that 11 no
I nomination t made ho fore that
!tJlt nimtSor then shall he hy (
, majority vote. They maintained
;tbjt Ihe adopUon of H.h n rwnht-
' i tion
would prevent n d"aiiiock
sneh us took nlnee ( tt.a mil.t. -.&4KV.t., .. t n,.
ine rimes soys the proposal has
not n yft '0iv-d the approval u4
(Jovernor Houth iut ha heen dW-
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(, station Itoblx-tl.
t(nTI.A.I. ttre.. Mar 15 tlpt
Safe-crackers last nl'cht stole f.:,n
' (n cash from
from the yHwdin ntniionf
e H. OaRc company on the'
j f Ceori:
1 f c 11
:,.r-ilL. y-:, nnii
NORA BAYES, STARASK
nn PAATI IftllTA lf
! CALLED BY DEAT1
NKW YOIIK, .Mar. 1!. m ',
I Xora Itayes. musieal comedy act-i
Kb was taken'o a hospital last
Jlonday for an abdominal opera-;
Hon. She was IboOKhl to be on1
the road to recovery when slv puf-!
feretl a relapse last nlyht fromf
which she did not rally. .
. . She was born In Milwaukee In
Plan tOr, ISSft. HUo - a star an the stauei
for more thi 29 years. niaslnK.
lherirst apiieuriince in vattdevttte
In New York. !
. 'I'h.. ,.n,..nA Mluu
j ..,h a(l nil,na wnu rilll.(l et ;
berg, onlj the day before he pr-4,
leved1 the hospital, wan sJns at'
two henef l 4 one for old friends .
amons the poor and one for t-rfp-;
pled children. I
Iter voice Koomcd an tionK us
ever when her pmKrvtm t the
I Joy of
1 1 mv n,
Ktreot mUiUin, in 'Utmv-ft,..
mmK for her oMOfrlfmd.i
Noonan. wlw eiuTtoH on thot
WH' lir IV" la nitH Ttlttlttlf'ltKL
These gallant appearances were!
itvnicat of her disrecard for fall-1
li: nennn nuriPK inn pant io
8he Is survived by her bus-
bond, lienjnmln I., r'rledhmd..
whom she married three veiies oiro
I on Ihe steainshlo l.evlalbnn
h'r tlw tPted fhttdt-en.
voree. The i.ul,mr were tto;
! In SHkk ttnvou rtutn'ott wttti
jthe Prine of With n nft..r lit had
' expreMed ereat tilere
vim In whirl, Hho wh then nnoej.r-
i jftc fn i.muwn.
Two of her hnfhnd h;td Uef-n
i ro-Ktarw w ttti her. Mctch of her
cjirly HUcrvHH rame with North-:
i w orth m mrtnrr. Thej w on rtt-l
jvtmcd whilw Hi'M-inIn In "Thn.
! Son lod(er." nnd t o w-fr ku hit
Minn J :' mnrrlfd he,
vntt M.f In the tftrri(mn
. ' 4
WIA.S'TS I'ASS. Ore.. Mar. 1!.
' iiVt with liidtemion (bat the te.n-
peraiure mli-ht n-m h n hither
mailt lMtav. the mercurv war-il
i t!oCe vall-y. This Is' only three
degrees tmler the hottest March
Wtuy on record nt this point.
ore., war. mi
Kucene basked In sorlna suntieh'
-., . .
, " .V "T 'V'""'' '" ntemtier of,
,np -rsifi nuie .Mivni-
tT 3 f It yr-ai-.
Torhif 'ifi"t hricht
noon pfi hM another record!
for prtni; tcmperutura epmed in
, . , ;
CaUSed tn Senate
Whnr? Senator Robinson
; serve no more prafse than the lo-'
Injects Al SstiTi Into Sin-i' bolt,Ra toasuP
rfiir 5fariffai WartftJ The w t'ted with rn-h mi '
Cldir aCtinUdl Vdfll5; finished Ihe same way, with Wash-;
... , r . . n . . ! fiiKtnn havlin; a slight etlRe tit phy-;
nilll IU CA-fJUtlti UUIIttt-
A tin maud that (tovornor At (red K.
Smith of Now York vtt smmntmett
tiefora the senate Teapot IJorne i
;pinnmltt-r o expl"f why l kept !
I Harry b Kirtctitrr on 10 Now York '
i Htnte raving commissimi ftev the
t lt ' u...,,.. '
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r ,,....,, ff1i Uon
inlor lleml of Mlssourt had asked
(for the, i-eslKnatlon of Secretary
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r rttrtito ooriro- rrto r.'rcr
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Bime nf tnB Sinclair Liberty bonds, i
Hennlor Nye. republican. North
... re ..... t
emnmliiee. reloileil (hat the
... . . ..
Smith refpiest was
rrnir.ffn n f r, nil- ln.f.i or thn
Trtcdlntr otimttfLtttf- hnoda
f f u nu,miii,. ..Lai.. t..
I Itt'llUK VHllll'tlMJ Wirtmiv,
tred the tnformnthm. hnwnrw.
u hv ,fmt.lht,l(,r tn Kmiih'.
t -h nu Win
y wan O
iwdttted to the;
At tmn r,lit Homttfr Heed al
Mttutattrt, hreaktttK tttto the depute,
nnUttt if Hobfnmm, 'ttrMIr. f-
rj diana, wax tttKtnrmt i r that iiie
f any piddle ptviporty of that
; over Jo HUH'lttlv,
"I don't know," " KpfO'ft Scn
J ttir Koliiiistni.
j "VN'hen unyttnn pays he doenn't
; ttoA" and mukt'H ttntt novf of an
irMrni)on ntf tt Koine irtvond the
eiiute, the ,tiwuri-
inoon (hen said "that :
iberw Is much Wrc timstapiia! evl-:
Idem - e o boll. at that the aiivetnur'
of New Vorb can throw llitht o ,
Hits sllilstton." I
Cla DencJea Attack
l ebrt the ttitmrter died down.'
Senaloi' (tlass of Virulnla demo-
..rt ,.v,.un t,. ln,K..,l. .ln.. ....
the Indiana senator for a "dastardly
Insinuation' and .;a!nst. Franklin.
; K. t.atie, secretary of tlio Interior!
; In the Wilson cabinet. !
"There never wan a man who
b ut a , !,.-., r
im camnet wiin (jine. -ami to
! think thU Imnilenrion romes from!'
a in In whoo Hiwttr fn governor .
has Jwit heen rohae l from the
(Contiaud oa I'&g Kitfht
! Theodor osevelt
Gives $i tt Aid
Borah Oil Refund
WASIII.VOTO.V. Mar. 19
the Sim-Ian- repmUntimy O.jTti
by Theo,hre Kwnsec-lt was
-ly received today by Senator
Corah of l.laho.
liiinsccett. who was assts-
tant slcrelftry tf the navy at
the time Harry K. Sinclair
was Kiven a lease on the Tea-
pot lorrte naval oil reserve ts
one vf the men to answer the
call of l!(f for a refund erf
the Stfirt.rri," contributed by 4
SinelaiO to the republican -
tS2tt cunipaien deficit. 4
t'ivntribwllons over the
fr neck-end received by the
Idaho senator tolale,!
i- which makes the total cash
taken tu since he issued his 4
' appeal on last Thursday.
! Medford Basketball Team,
, . . . ,
Beaten m Ftnats, Treated
Like Victors Great
SIlQWifttl M 3 P ttnder
Unrlini. hi i;h; fn
ttattutvapo tv ,Mwia w
! By ART PERRY
! The Medford hlBli nchaot banket-
1 ttttd lts "'PPortem at
; tha Ktate tottrnamettt, returned yes-
I teiilay from he hectic excllemenl
i of Iho defeat Sitltirtttiy nlcht la the
i cluuunUniHliin finals, 27 to 2S. The
mora ram by, train, arriving at
:itt a clock lust eveuluB. Most of
ho fans reliimed hy n(o during
j the day. t tarte crowd etitattgiaatt- of death far the mtird of hhr
j cutty welcomed the- team at the ; dnughier, Bylvla Oa!ne, at Seattle,
'depot. Wash., te June, tttt, was. rii-nlwl
The game that ttcctileli (be state , today by the supreme court B-lttch,
i title was the most thrHHtiK tit the save Cintr.est until Apr 2i to show
J history of the state tourney ami was! why he should not be denied a ro
: wlnessert by '.',M wittily- excited I leir on a writ at certtmrt
humans. Close, to 290 nit roeu
unable to slam! the strain, left the
K5 mnaslunt and walled outside dttr-
LiiK (he ovwlime per totts, wa a
: classic battle and the victors de-
steal condition, line to agaft nclteil- j
! nle, wfnHtns their w,ulo the finals
l' uvivuiuis lllC l
rnlverslty of KuKene-.
ny aeteatms tae woefully weaK
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nntltlttR ttt the way of atrcnttons re
Medford played and won two des-
perale bailies with Tillamook
Salem and, furthermore, was handt-
capped by foot and hand tajttrles
lo Al Melvtn, their mt -scorer.
ftlnerilnir nrnfitselc thrnnrhorrt Iho
tussle, Melvln scored 12?
wtnts." In fit condition, he proh-
; '. . v WOHI" have ueifereu this mark.
; o , ,,. ioe
; est,a IH-rfods.
An aniopay of the tournament re-
mm vvasnmRimt went tnromtn
n izriFP rrr,,A h...rM nr,,.nnI
.. ' ! !,.
; . " .L" . V J..
' 'n "mirtrtwrtttHy try ttto strettttojr
i n Ih. ftrst period Melvtn tossed
; . , . . ,
ft tmsket. Kb Wfflved arotrnd hfn
! ?VHrir n . w' ha
r wht earn
fatrneKR. and tt wttt ntwava tm a
nituitait tiLo.utr.cn that T . v .t
oRal lieaVe ' whr-tt tt failed to cauni
jn vH,:,KKn tem was ehtww
i nnd the locnlti corrowpondtnKty de
The six feet five Inc hes of Lewis.
XVuKtitnKCon center, nave tile the! Kr.Vlarrd was etrucb: by an aulo
tlpoff .' per cent of tttn lime, but: operated by Ben J. KSas.
this vantuite was neitlrHlizetl v ( t"'11' reports revealed, lie wo
Meilfmd Kelltn-t the halt after it "nUt tu ivOwatketf directly Into
was ttppcrt off. : the path of Kltig- machine. The
The lemovC of Fed .McDonald. : driver was not held. .
thrmiKh personal fools, at lO crlti-
cal s.e, furr weakened Med-1
the IwII off tht back lMrtI.( Fa Ih
8Mhm Rame, (iarnctt wag re more d i
af thv- fanift time for the same';
rHt. fitt in a etdm.'l'dettce, and '.
no reflect ton unoti the official:!. f
The tw tmtmft hattert on eren t
mth knew their hfcehn. In th
ton wttN h ky tn tin ferns hnt. nnd
I Mw,fard had no one to take atrat
far slt off the tark txwird.
With the nine break In luck and
xames playeil, liefore the ffnala. ar,tt
Melvln at his hest. Medford would
i atlll ll.tve the etkte.
Unm.M niAn Faint
"".,,,. - ti.f.t.t
....... ,., ,.,
Kuara, taiutea is an ernii. s"
tttrxI ovr ft held hail he w
tn this temple by Lewte and
(Cocti&ua ea pi iht.
UUU IUH It.
U. S. Supreme Court Sus
tains Packers' Consent
Decree but Ruies That
Entire Proceedings Be
Handed Over to Court tor
WASHtXaTOS. Mar. t
packers' consent decree," hy
:ch the bijc packing companies
ed to confine themselvex to
meat packlne business, an Rive
ui handling unrelated commodltien
ostatned today by the supreme
which refused to cancel th
:'he packer stipulated n the tle-
ui'kcki tansy ma! men- coa
I su nt was Kiven to lis entry upon
i the condition that tt wauttt not Ih
f cansiilereil an admission they
j had hectt cuitcy ot yiotalinK the
; nnlt-trust law. They eharsed that
! Ihe ttovernmettt violated chta nisree-
ment by ftiinB a brief ci.ilmlne that
(the entry of the decree tmnileit
i ttndtnB of facts necesssify to imp-
( pon tt.
The Swift anst Armour croups
i1""' on November a, in, tn
I osteins the suiueme court of the
' ,MMrir toltimhla, whtch had
t iurtsdictloti of the
cuttrt to enter tl.
I The district supreme court re-
! fttscd to set UHUtc the- Heereo awl
l,!e iHsirfetjeottrt ot appeals flait-
j '5 asked ttutruetions of tfje
1 111" eomt which (nteat oC aa-
i ""',ttK th5 "ewlo"" to Juris-
ln transferred to it for tteelsim,
on II merits n this part of the
rt e rl s I o n. rendered today w
! uisatnst the packers '
! LL. . , , . , .
f - WBKfNOTOf, Jlir.. tt,
i ' no appeal on a writ of trm. t,t
; rJIaee C. Oainen, under senteace
The court announced that the
writ nf error iras denied fccaa.H
no canstltuitor,at oaejtiio,, a rrrit.
Death Toll of
: yrt-fxtmn Rnnrt,
state rep re-
f . ,, -.:, , ., . .
t'w an automohtte in whicis he
ri from a terrr
Columbia. r!vr Pimriav.
w" '"V " . r"""r
roi, he ear.
'. and, nounle Dtmtt,
"J'1'1'" of .Mr" Dmn- "
' "rt lh ferry operator.
sritrrrr nevn t-.i
.a., ntml 'U u-" ' , W-
; fmher nnrt of Bremen. 1ml..
nt hpo learned, were (tilletf to
day when their automobile tra
struck by a freiBht train.
( OAKUJjrj. ca.. Mar. . VFt
Jamm Hinter, J7, cterk, and KA
nrhl,. j e - . . ..
i ., a rartjemer. ran
! n: oammy
men pitted from the "wS
i street drowhrtdsce lnt& the elisary.
: reHeerf. Thf aatomohr rmhed:
through the fcntw hrMffC gate.'
POHTtXD, Ore., Mar, J9,
J- ff PHttnd tiled nt it hoirnltai
todiXV ffttm tn tiLt? . m.iifLat
Mniithl Katardiir in an atttamo-
was the 23rd traffic ffttnlity
omitrrintc it lorttamt atnee ie-
! eemW I,
FILM ACTOR IS
I f fl JIIMflfi IE O
"-''(H.., c tar. tK (iPt
Art Acwl, film aetor. nljtfel
w" . ,r h"rned abrut lh face
m" a w wniteo a
,h eboy tr atarted to Bxht
t v,,c "e - v
altle scars reeultlnr from le
burns ntiffht Interfere wttH Aeord'
- ' career. Tollce Surgeon F.
.h t,. tJ,
,.,. . '
; . " w L i.
l- to whether Jhey woiilii Jrjv