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OF CURRENT WEEK
LANGUAGE TEACHING UPHELD
SHIP UOUOR LIO
Washington, D. C.—State statutes
— Mrs. Auule V. MaCiarea.
which would prohibit the teaching or
tor 78 years a resident of Eugene, died
use of foreign language« in all schools
nt her home hers egrly.Sun
below the eighth grade were declar New Rules Tossed on Inter day at the ago of 77.
Brief Resume Most Important ed
void by the supreme court Monday
Klamath Falla. — Engineers' Held
as an unlawful encroachment upon
Daily News Items.
equipment. Including transits and oth
the rights conferred by th« 14th
•mendmoat, which provides thst “no
er instruments. Is being assembled
state . . .shall deprive any person of
here preparatory for engineering work
life, liberty or property without due
in connection with construction of the
process of law." Justice Holmes de
livered a dissenting opinion, in which
The Dalles.—Thrown from a wagon
Justice Sutherland Joined.
in which he was riding, wheu the team
The question was presented to th« Treasury Issue« Regwlaliawa Barring became frightened and ran away.
court in cases coming from Iowa.
Beverage« From U. S. 1W-
Henry Johu Hendricks was killed In
Nebraska and Ohio. Eighteen other
stantly Saturday night at hla ranch
states, with similar statutes, partici
home four miles from The Dalles on
Justice McReynolds, who delivered
Washington, D. C. — The treasury
The village of What worth. Que.. 16 the majority opinion, asserted that
Pendleton.—More* than 300 pupils of
miles from Riviere de Loup, was wiped (the 14th amendment without doubt toaaed on the International doorstep Vmatllla county. In addition to those
cut Monday by forest fires.
"denotes not merely freedom from Sunday night its new regulations who are attending accredited schools,
A general wage increase of 3 to 5 bodily restraint, but also the right of carrying out the supreme court de have passed the tinal eighth grade ex
cents an hour for skilled mechanics the individual to contract, to engage cision barring all beverage liquors aminations and are ready to euter high
and reclassification of mechanics' in any of the common occupation« of from territorial waters of the United schools next fall.
work are announced by the Southern life, to acquire useful knowledge, to States after 11:01 A. M. June 10. No
Saletn -Comparative receipts of the
Pacific lines at Houston, Texas Tues marry, establish a home and to bring loopholes have been left, according to
• up children, to worship God according a treasury spokesman, and the court's state corporation department, if they
■to the dictates of his own conscience, recent construction of the dry law can be accepted as a fair barometer of
Two thousand members of the bench and generally to enjoy those privilege« will be rigidly applied,
financial conditions In the state, indi
and bar heard Secretary of State long recognised by common law as es-
—. way by cate increased prosperity and a ten
Hughes plead for America's entrance \ sentlal to the orderly pursuit of hap- which conflict with foreign laws could deucy on the part of Industry toward
into the world court Tuesday night at I pineas by free men."
be avoided, the treasury based Its expansion.
the Kent centennial celebration at J This liberty, the court added, can- new ship liquor rules on a literal read-
Salem.—Appointment of the county
interfered with under the guise ing of the court's opinion and prepared tax supervising commissions, which
Eugene Meurer, millionaire paper of protecting the public Interest by to let come what may. Its only hope had been slated for next week, will not
manufacturer* of Muskegon, Okla., has legislative action which is arbitrary or o> alleviating a situation, which most be announced until the return of Gov
married Miss Margaret Wasserman, without reasonable relation to some j officials agree will be embarrassing to ernor Pierce, who leaves Monday night
"his >40.000 cook." i whose especially purpose within the
‘ competency of the , international
* commerce, was said
"J to for eastern Oregon. The governor will
He in remedial legislation from the not return here until next Saturday.
prepared dishes Meurer repeatedly de state affected.
Final determination of what con- next congress.
clared meant "life itself to him
Eugene.—Carpenters of Eugene have j
Except for the exemption granted
stitutes proper exercise of police pow-
Woodrow Wilson was serenaded at I er is within the courts. Justice Mc medicinal liquor, the usual immuni demanded a wage scale of >7 a day
his S-street home Wednesday by a Reynolds asserted, and does not rest ty accorded diplomats and ths priv Instead of >6, which has been the pre
vailing scale here for a nutnbet* of
ileges allowed foreign vessels of war,
Shriner patrol from Greenville. S. C_ ; wtih the legislatures of the states.
years. OfflciAls of the local union say
which sang "Dixie" under his window
While the American people, the
that the wage scale heye la lower than
and then at his request followed it court pointed out, have always regard passage of alcoholic beverages. Con- in any city on the coast. In most of
ed education and acquisition of knowl- sideration is given, however, to ships which it is >8 a day.
with "The Star-Spangled Banner."
forced by the extremity of distress to
President Harding will make 14 ad edge as matters of supreme import
put into an American harbor. But
Salem.—Mr*. Pauline Needham of
dresses en route to the Pacific coast
even such vesaels. if they have liquor West Salem was arrested by office ra
on his Alaskan trip and will speak in
aboard, must show that the necessity Sunday charged with passing approx
five coast cities after returning from natural duty of the parent to give his
was grave and "the proof must be con lmately 25 worthless checks aggregat
Alaska, according to an official an
vincing," after which they will be re ing |150. Local merchants were said
nouncement of the executive's Itiner station in life, many states have at
quired to give bond for faithful ob to be the victims of Mrs. Needham's
ary late Tuesday at the White House. tempted to enforce the obligation by
operations. The largest check was In
servance of the American dry law.
Concerning the hope among for the amount of >27.
A Lindsay Craig, general passenger
'That the state." Justice McRey
agent for the Union Pacific railroad nolds declared, “may do much, go very eign maritime powers of relief from
Salem.—Reports received at the of
at Omaha and well known in railroad far, indeed, in order to improve the
fices of the state market agent, which
drastic Interpretations ever gtven by
circles of the nation, died at Omaha quality of its citixens. physically, men
waa created under an act of the last
tally and morally, is clear, but the
legislature, indicate that many farm
individual has certain fundamental ficials feel that congress might find ers and fruit growers in Oregon appar
Thousands of young men have been rights which must be respected.”
a way of circumventing the import
ently have little or no conception of
made virtual hobos as a result of their
“The protection of the constitution deadline. Others were convicted that the functions of the department.
world war experiences. Brigadier Ed extends to all." the opinion said, “to the barred zone was due to remain un
ward Underwood of the Salvation those who speak other languages as til a change waa made In the 18th
I Ji Grande.—The last emblem of the
Army said Monday before a confer » ell as to those born with English on amendment.
old west Is not yet gone. • At North
ence of representatives of 60 New the
In this connection it was pointed Powder. June 21-23. Inclusive, will be
Perhaps it would be high-
York agencies dealing with homeless ly advantageous if all had ready under-1 out by the latter that the decision of held a big rodeo under the direction
standing of ordinary speech, but this the supreme court was based funda- of O. R. Olson, a resident and business
Increases in wages ranging from 1 can not be coerced by methods which mentally on the sweeping provisions man of North Powder. Mr. Olson an
to 3% cents an hour and from >6.84 conflict with the constitution—a de- of the amendment rather than on the nounces that he has had splendid re
to >10 a month, effective May 16 and sirable end cannot be promoted by enforcement act, and that the court sponses to big purses posted for con
held, regardless of whether .liquor for testants.
aggregating approximately >458.800 an prohibited means.
“The desire of the legislature to beverage uses was being Imported, its
nually, have been granted to 8330 em-
Woodburn.—According to a survey ft
ployes of the Northern Pacific nil- foster a homogeneous people . with being carried for any such purpose Just completed by R. J. Glatt, secretary
road's maintenance of way depart American ideals prepared readily to within the three-mile limit constituted of the Woodburn Fruit Growers’ Co
understand current discussions of civic transportation, which is specifically operative association, the berry crop
matters is easy to appreciate, Un- forbidden by the amendment. The leg-
Newspaper reports to the effect that fortunate experiences during the late ' islation to relieve the situation from tributary to Woodburn promises to be
Sir Auckland Geddes was retiring from war and aversion toward every char- [ the foreign viewpoint, it was contend a bumper one this year. The straw
berry crop, which is quite large, ia 40
the position of British ambassador to
a terlstlc of truculent adversaries ed. could scarcely be other than In per cent harvested. Loganberries and
the United States was characterized
were certainly enough to quicken that contravention of the constitution and raspberries will have the largest and
as entirely unfounded by Ronald Mc aspiration. But the means adopted, thereby invalid.
heaviest yield per acre ever recorded
Neill. under secretary of foreign af
we think, exceed the limitations upon
fairs. in the house of commons Mon the power of the state and conflict
Moro Fanatics and Chief Slain.
Roseburg.—A lone and unmasked
Manila.—Fifty-three fanatical Moros,
with the rights assured to plaintiffs.
Awarded >50.000, the amount she The interference is plain enough and including Akbara, the self-styled bul outlaw Saturday morning held up the
asked from Dr. Karl Connell for no adequate reason therefore in time let-proof prophet, have been killed in cashier In the Gl< ndale State bank at
breach of promise, Miss Violet John of peace and domestic tranquility has a fight with the constabulary on the Glendale, 50 miles south of this city,
island of Pata near Jolo (Sulu). No and escaped into the hills near town
stone of Brooklyn, arrived in New been shown."
York Wednesday from Omaha, where
As the statutes before the court . details of the uprising have been re- with approximately >1000 in cash and
the suit was tried. The case probably undertake. Justice McReynolds con- j ceived. A total of 806 Moros sur- currency. Although posses were out
will be appealed, the doctor’s attor eluded, "to interfere only with teach- ■ rendered to the constabulary after the all day. they fail<-d to locate the man.
but obtained evidence leading them to
mgs which involve a modern language, | battle.
leaving complete freedom as to other j It is estimated there were 200 more believe that he was heading for the
The state department announced
matters, there seems no adequate I of the fanatics still at large, includ- coast.
late Wednesday it had received a
foundation for the suggestion that the ing three petty chieftains,
Haines.—The growing of head let
cablegram from Jacob Gould Scbur-
tuce on a commercial scale will be at
man, American minister at Pekin, purpose was to protect the child's
: had broken the back of the fanatics' tempted in the Haines valley this sea
which said "there was no definite in health by limiting his mental activi
movement, but further constabulary son. The Inb rmountaln Producers'
dication of how long it would be be ties. it is well known that proficiency
detachments were being sent to the association of Nampa. Idaho, under the
fore Americans and others still held
to one not instructed at an early age district to gather in all the adherents management of W. H. L. Niemeyer,
by Chinese bandits are released."
and experience shows that this is not of the prophet Akbara.
has made a survey of climatic and soil
The United States air service dirig injurious to the health, morals or un-
conditions In the agricultural section
Cape May, N. J.—Captain Francis adjoining this city, and this district is
ible TC-1 was destroyed by fire short derstanding of the ordinary child.”
Holmes of Norbury’s landing and a believed to be Ideal for the production
ly after it moored at Wilbur Wright
Charity Bout Misnomer.
party of two fishermen broke all rec of this crop.
field at 6 P. M. in Dayton, O., Wed-
Chicago.—Charity received >25 from ords on the southern Delaware bay
nesday. The ship, the largest of Its
Salem.—The seriousness of the ear
kind in this country, was destroyed the >55,000 receipts of the recent Leon- shore for one day’s channel bass flsh
during a severe electrical storm, It ard Mitchell boxing contest which end- ; tng, when just at sundown Sunday wig In Portland and other sections of
came to Dayton from Scott field, Ill ed in a riot and Uncle Sam received they reached the landing with 21 chan Oregon probably will result In a spe
nothing* in the way of an amusement nel bass. The combined weight of the cial meeting pf the state emergency
inois, on a test flight
tax, Mrs George W. Reinecke, Interna! fish tipped the scales at 1590 pounds board next Saturday to consider a re
Sofia.—Profiteers will be subject to revenue collector, let It be known, a. More than 600 fishermen arrived here quest of the state horticultural board
public beatings with lashes, confisca well as her determination to investi- this morning on the Reading fisher for an appropriation of >30,000. It
tion of their property and permanent gate such entertainments billed M
special to try their luck at the was said that this amount will be en
disbarment from business under a bill "benefits." .
larged by smaller appropriations to be
submitted to the Sohranje (national
made by the city of Portland and Mult
assembly) Wednesday. This Is the
Girl, Lost, Found, Die.
Picador Play Is Fatal.
government^' answer • ■ the many
Montrose, Colo. — Helen Gray, 13
Mexicali, Lower Cal.—Ramon Earl-
Salem.—Poor families of 3alem and
complaints that the cost of living has
will not want for potatoes
been unnecessarily increased by specu
Gray, living near here, was found Sun while playing at bull fighting with a during the next few months. This
day by a posse after a search that last number of other boys a few miles was the announcement made by Gov
Army efficiency requires that atten ed since she disappeared Saturday. south of Mexicali.
ernor Pierce Sunday after Dr. R. E.
tion be given tc religious matters. Gen May 25, when she went to drive some
While taking the part of a picador, Lee Steiner, superintendent of the Ore
eral P< rshing said Wednesday at the cattle home. The child died of hunger a bucking pony threw him. He land- gon state hospital, and Dr. J. N. Smith,
opening session of the conference with a few moments after she was found ed on the horns of a bull, which toss- superintendent of the state home for
churchmen and welfare workers, call and before a physician could be sum ed him under the pony’s feet The the feeble-minded, reported that they
ed by the war department. All mili mooed. Authorities believe that the bull's horns passed through his body
had several thousand bushels of spuds
tary training has in It certain elements cattle went into the cedars and that and the horse's kicks fractured I his in excess of the amount needed for
of moral instruction. General Pershing in following them Helen was lost.
their respective institutions.
said, but be added that "religion con
Salem.—Motor vehicle fees received
tains the secret of the impetus toward
Doctor is Busy at 103.
New York Barries Low.
by the secretary of state up to June 1
Los Angeles.—Dr. Andrew Malcom
New York. — The heaviest straw aggregated >3,531,712, according to a
Authoritative denial was given Wed- Morrison of Santa Monica Monday ob
berry shipments of the season were report prepared here Saturday by the
neaQay to Moscow newspaper reports served his 103d birthday anniversary
state automobile department. For the
alleging British interference in soviet by going quietly about his professional received In New York last week. On month of May the registration fees
Asia. It was declared that the British i affairs. Dr. Morrison practices his the markets Friday there were 1,500,- totaled >226,404.50, of which >172,818
«overmen! had never made any agree i profession and gives lectures on health 000 quarts, according to an estimate was received for passenger car per
ment with the Emir of Turkestan in topics. Dr. Morrison married three by the state department of farms and mits. Truck registration fees aggre
volving a protectorate of that region years ago, taking a bride then 72 years markets. This was said to be a ree- gated >29,836, motorcycle registrations
and that the statement In the Moscow old. Mrs. Morrison said she arranged ord for recent years. Most of tbs >1827, chauffeurs >2054 and operators'
papers relative to an alleged British a birthday dinner for her husband, but berries came from Maryland and Dela licenses >5404. Other fees Included
promise to finance and arm antl-aovlet otherwise the dsy would pass without ware, but from now on New Jersey la dealers’ licenses, transfers and dupli
forces was untrue.
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