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OF CUHHENT WEEK
RAIL MERGER IS APPROVED
Sou them-Central Paeitc lauta Upheld
by Court of App e a ls.
OBEY LIQUOR IAW
St. Paul. — Approval of the Inter
The Dalles— Wasco county's bump
state commerce commission's action
er crop of chortles this year will total
in authorising the Southern Pacific
*M tout of Royal Annes and 400 toas
black cherries, according to esti
Briet Resume Most Important
trai Pacific road was announced Mon
Daily News Items.
McMinnville.—L W. Riley, presi
day by the United Status circuit court
dent of l.lnfteld college, who has just
returned from ths cast. Sunday night
Walter H Sanborn, senior judge of
conferred degrees upon thlftyone
the court, announced that the court
graduates of ths college.
"had concluded that the interstate
Cui valila.—Fire Friday night totally
commerce commission had the author
a bam and contents belong
Evewts of Noted J'eapW, Gwveramowto ity to authorise and approve the con Coagrvss May He Asked to Remove
ing to Jarvey Bullis of thia city. Five
Ran Against Foreign Ships
trol by lease and stock ownership of
and Pariflc Northwest, and Other
head of horses and ona motor car
Things Warth Knowing.
wer« among the property destroyed.
Southern l'acific company.“
Salem —The state tax on gasoline
This conclusion, in effect approv
and distillate produced a total of *11*.•
Washington. D. C.—With the ship 639 *3 In April, according to a state
Th« Kansas ¡aw creating a state ing provisions of the transportation
induitria! relation» court was declar act of 1920, is declared of far-reach liquor regulations effective Sunday. ‘ ment prepared here by Sam A Koxer,
ed unconstitutional by the supreme ing importance, in that it tends to up government officials are gratified at secretary of state. Thia exceeded the
court Monday Insofar as It attempted hold the present railroad consolidation
the attitude taken toward compliance , revenue from the aame source for the
to fix wages in packing houses.
preceding month by approximately 25
plan covered by the act
with the rules by foreign nations.
Seven dead, many reported missing,
Announcements coming from Great
but counsel for the department of jus
thousands bornaient and property loss
Astoria.—In the presence of several
France and other important
tice and for the Southern Pacific were
exceeding *5.000,006 vji the known notified to present arguments here on maritime nations that vessels flying hundred pertone the cornerstone of
toll Tuesday night of floods which the form the court's decree shall take.
their flags will carry only enough the new *50.000 Masonic temple at the
hare sent virtually every stream in Appeal to the supreme court still is
corner of Sixteenth street and Frank
liquor to meet requirements for bev
Kansas to the highest stage in years. open to the government.
lin avenue was laid Friday with elab
The court which. In addition to erage up to the American three-mile orate ceremonies.
The French budget deficit of 3.750.-
000,000 francs is turned into a sur Judge Sanborn, includes Judges Wil limit and that they will return “dry"
St. Helens.—A report submitted to
plus of nearly 900.000.000 francs, and liam S. Kenyon. Fort Dodge, la., and in this respect have been favorably the county court by Lester Clark who
cited as comparing favorably with the Robert S. Lewis, Denver, has before received. The position of these coun was employed to re-cruise certain sec
American and British budgets, in the it the proposed decree of the railroad tries accords with views repeatedly ex tions of timber in Columbia couhty,
final report of the senate's finance I company, permitting the control under
shows an increase of 191 per cent over
I the conditions laid down by the Inter- pressed by Secretary of the Treasury the figures a* shown on the aaaeaa
Mellon that he did not anticipate dif
| state commerce commission.
After a controversy of 25 years’
| Counsel for the railroad on Monday ficulty regarding observance of the
standing the general assembly of the
Eugene—Cherry growers of Lane
' will more acceptance of this form for regulations by important lines.
Canadian Preabyterian church voted in
j the decree and the government will
It is recognized by officials that county have their troubles this year.
favor of amalgamating with the Meth
have an opportunity to suggest such the regulations are rigid and that The crop is short and now wild pigeons
odist and Congregational churches of
amendments as it wishes, or may serve they will be a source of inconvenience in some sections of the county, es
the dominion. The vote was 426 to
notice of intention to appeal to the to foreign lines and will even require pecially in the hill orchards, are de
suspension of domestic laws of such vouring what tew cherries are on the
William A. Pinkerton. In an informal
The court's decree will be under the nations as France and Spain calling trees. The loss will be heavy.
discussion of the causes of crime in mandate of the supreme court, issued tor adequate supplies of wines for
Baker.—The first carload of ore for
Baffalo. N. Y. advocated the whipping October 17, 1922. directing the circuit beverage purposes for ships' crews at the Sumpter smelter, which has re
post and the pillory for the house bur court of appeals to enter a final decree all times. Protests from these coun sumed operations, was received at the
glar and "stick-up" man and declared requiring the Southern l'acific to di- tries. Great Britain and other nations plant last week. The ore came from
against systems of parole and inde a decree entered carrying out the were conceded to be natural.
the Psyche mine in the Greenhorn
terms of this decision.
At the same time, it Is pointed out. district and was loaded on the railroad
The supreme court had held the the treasury department had no al at Tipton. Another car was at Tipton
Two thousand relatives and friends
of cadets thronged about the battle Southern Pacific control of the Central ternative but to obey strictly the de ready for the smelter.
monument on Trophy point, overlook Pacific as in restraint of competition cision of the supreme court and ad
Albany.—Teu tons of strawberries
ing the Hudson river at West Point, and in violation of the Sherman anti minister it as the law of the land. were packed in barrels Friday by a
N. Y. Tuesday and witnessed the trust act. and the government sought To do otherwise. It is maintained, act-> crew of 50 persons in the Stenberg
graduation of the 261 cadets who com vest itself of any control of the Cen ualiy would involve violation by treaa-1 packing station. This sets a record
tral Pacific company.
ury officials of their oath of office for dally packs in this plant The
posed the West Point class of 1923.
and lay them open to impeachment.
fruit is packed in sugar in barrels
Chancellor Cnno. of Germany, in an
It was stated that they had nothing and is sent via Portland to San Fran-1
to do with the making of the law and
address at Karlsruhe Monday, is quot
cisco, where the berries are further
are not seeking to pass one way or the
ed by the Tageblatt as haring said
other upon its merits or its effect In
that once begun, passive resistance
Salem—The state bond commission,
in the Ruhr must be carried through
Philadelphia. — Passengers occupy added, did the supreme court have at a special meeting held here Friday,
The Chicago city council, in a ses
any authority other than interpreting invested approximately *131,000 of
sion marked by exciting moments. ing sleeping cars in the train shed the law. Making of the law, it has funds of the state Industrial accident
Wednesday went on record In favor of at the Broad Street station of the been emphasized, rests entirely with commission in school district bonds.
light wines and beer. A resolution in Pennsylvania railroad were routed out congress.
The commission Is composed of Gov
troduced by Aiderman Klinke asked of their berths early Monday by a
Consequently, it is pointed out. if ernor Pierce, State Treasurer Hoff
congress to amend the dry law bo
fire. The shed burst into flames in any relief is to come to foreign ship and E. E. Bragg, member of the acci
wines and beer could be manufactured
two or three places. Five alarms were ping interests, the source of appeal
is congress, which cannot be taken
The Dalles.—Accompanied by a ter /¡
sounded summoning all the tire fight
Dispatches to Jugo-Slar news
until it meets next December. Mean rific cannonading of thunder and bril
papers Wednesday report the ex ing forces in the center of the city. while it will be the purpose of the liant flashes of lightening the heav
Approximately 30 trains were in the treasury department to enforce its iest rain fall within so short a period
istence of a state of civil war through
out the greater part of Bulgaria. Form shed and several caught fire before regulations through the public health in years was recorded in The Dalles
er Cabinet Ministers Oboff and Dou- they could be moved to safety. Great office. It has been suggested, though Saturday night. Water literally fell
parinoff are said to have been killed
not plainly stated, that the treasury in sheets, the total precipitation being
excitement prevailed among passen
department may take the Initiative .7 of an Inch. The previous heaviest
during an engagement with revolu
gers waiting to board outgoing trains and ask congress when it convenes
shower during the year was .23 of an
until they were ordered from the build to remove the ban against foreign j inch.
Scott Stalker of Pocatello. Idaho,
ships carrying liquor for beverage pur
was drowned and T. R. Moffett of ing by the firemen.
Pendleton.—Umatilla county Satur
The blaxe started shortly after 1 poses. It is reported that the pos day was relieved from a sudden at-
Cleveland, O., narrowly escaped
drowning when a canoe in which they A. M. An hour later the entire train sibility of such a proposal has been tack of hot weather In which the mer
had started for Portland. Or., cap- shed was in flames and the baggage one reason why foreign lines have in cury reached 90 degrees, when a vio
sixed in the Bowl and Pitcher rapids room, just outside the waiting room dicated their purpose to comply strict lent dust storm, followed by thunder,
of the Spokane river near Spokane, on the second floor, also was burn ly with the regulations.
lightning, bail and rain, cooled the
ing. One passehger, overcome by the
air. The precipitation was an eighth
Poincare's Note Sent.
of an inch. The hail and heavy rain
Ten sturdy German girls, who ad smoke, was taken to a hospital. A
Paris.—Premier Poincare's note on did some damage to ths rank growth
mitted that they had come to this number of firemen also have been
the subject of German reparations was of wheat, which is falling every day.
country looking for tall, strong hus overcome.
The fire spread to the mail room, delivered in London Sunday for pre
bands with a little money, arrived in
Tualatin. — Boldly backing their
New York, Monday on the Royal Mail under the train shed, between 15th sentation to the British cabinet to truck up to the J. Martinazzi ranch at
line steamship Orca. They were bound and 16th streets. Scores of men with
Tualatin at 9 o’clock Friday night,
for New Haven, the seat of Yale uni trucks worked to remove the mail but Great Britain would join France and chicken thieves took 60 fine Rhode
versity. Their ages range from 16 to the blaxe drove them out.
The flames spread westward, away sive resistance in the Ruhr must cease. Island Red hens. Members of the
It says if Germany complies, France family were entertaining company and
from the station proper which is lo
Drastic federal legislation for the cated opposite the city hall, one of the will be disposed to consider with piano playing with a chorus of voices
control of firearms as a means of largest municipal buildings in the her allies a solution of the reparations gave the robbers opportunity to get
checking the steadily growing homi world. Entrance to the station for question, provided the discussion | the birds without being heard, al
cide rate was urged by the Spectator trains is on an elevated structure keeps within the limits of the French though the poultry house was quite
of New York, an insurance periodical. from the Schuylkill river, approximate proposals of January.
near the residence.
Wednesday in making public homicide ly eight blocks. Under the tracks for
Grants Pass.—After selecting Hills
statistics for 1922, which showed a about three blocks are express stations
*18,000 To Be Saved.
boro as the next convention city, the
slaying rate in 28 of the largest cities and mail room.
Tacoma, Wash.—The expenses of delegatee to the forty-second annua)
of nine for each 100,000 of population.
All fire apparatus in the city was the internal revenue district of Wash-, encampment of the Grand Army of the
Department of justice officials in brought to the scene. Hundreds of ington for the fiscal year beginning , Republic adopted a few resolutions,
dicated Tuesday that the government streams of water were poured on the July, will be reduced by more than thanking the people of Grants Pass
will appeal to the supreme court from flames which shot high into the air. *18,000, Bums Poe, collector of inter for their entertainment, and ended
the decision of the United States cir Fire Chief Davis said that be feared nal revenue, announced Saturday. The ( their sessions. The veterans were
cuit court of appeals at St. Paul which the roof, of metal and glass and cov reduction of *18,000 will be effected unanimous in their declaration that
permits consolidation of the Southern ering nearly a city block, would col by reducing the number of employee, this was the best convention in recent
Pacific and Central Pacific railroads. lapse.
and also cutting the salaries of a years and adppted a resolution to that V
That the decision has left confusion
few. It ia in keeping with the policy effect.
in its wake as it affects interpretation
Hood River, Or.—Monday a valve in of the treasury department to mini
Medford. — Seven-year-old Bobby
of the Sherman anti trust act and the a pressure irrigation system in the mize the expenses of the government.
Lewis suffered minor Injuries Friday
transportation act was manifest and
garden of Mrs. W. L. Smith failed to
In a strange accident on the sleep
if tor no other reason than to clear
Georgia Has Big Storm.
work. The valve was unscrewed, Mrs.
ing porch at his home on the second
the situation on vital poiDts of these
Smith supposing it was clogged by
floor. He was playing on his bed, div
laws, it Is confidently expected that
silt. She was surprised when an eight *1,000,000 was caused to Macon prop ing Into the mattress, clrcus-llke. The
the department will note an appeal.
inch mountain trout shot from the erty by a storm that broke over this ited springs functioned well for the
Discove-y of a simple but effective pipe. The system worked well for city at 12:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. first few dives but finally they bounc-
cure for infantile paralysis, that dread an hour and again stopped. A wrench More than six inches of water fell I nd him so violently that he catapult
Scourge which has baffled medical was again applied and this time Mrs. In less than an hour and a half, the ed out the window for a 20-foot drop
science, lias ben made by a Chicago Smith discovered a large rainbow weather bureau announced. All of the to the sidewalk, where he landed in
woman, who prefers to retain her an trout. It measured 18 inches and storm sewers of the city were over an old baby < arrlaga left standing
onymity. Her treatment has been weighed 3>4 pounds.
loaded. Many of them gave way.
tried <.i.t with in irked succès at the
The storm was local, extending
Reedsport.—A loss of *7500 was sus
*800 Found In Street.
Northwestern university medical
about 20 miles from this city in any tained and the city of Reedsport en
school and has been adopted by the
Marshfield, Or.—J. L. Prescott, resi direction.
dangered when the city meat market
Visiting Nurse association. The de dent of the east side, found enough
owned by Robert Boyer and Frank
vice consists of a large tank, partly
Wags Agreement Made.
Rohe burned at 2 A. M. Friday. The
filled with tepid water and equipped
Chicago.—The Chicago, Burlington blaze started in the rear of the shop,
with a circular bench around the in
A Quincy railroad notified the rail and before water could be applied
side. The crippled children merely sit be effected Iq-jjis ailment, but the road labor board Saturday that it had three terrific explosions of ammonia
for hours with their feet and legs im wallet with *800 In currency belong made an agreement with its main tanks spread the flames greatly,
mersed in the water, while they prac ing to M. S. Taylor, an automobile tenance of way employes affectfag 10,- throwing sparks and endangering the
tice wiggling their toes. The little salesman, was returned to the First 000 men. The agreement grants fore lives of the fire fighter«. • The blaze
patients take to the treatment heartily National bank without any comment. men Increases in wages of from *4 to was shooting along the wooden streets
and the results have been highly sat
Mr. Taylor sent the finder a good- *10 a month and 1 cent an hour to and the building had caved in before
slsed check for his action.
any water could be applied.
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