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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1924)
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RAILWAY EXTENSION LOOMS
Great Northern May Extend Uae From
Bend to Klamath Falla.
Portland,—Tacit admission that ex
ecutives of th« llill system of rdil-
ways, centering at Hi. Paul, look with
favor upon the extension of the Ore
gon Trunk line from Bend to Klamath
Falls, and that such an extension Is
being given serious consideration, was
made Monday by Ralph Budd, proa I
dent of the Great Northern railway,
who waa tn Portland with other of
ficials of the company.
Mr. Budd indicated, moreover, that
definite announcement of the cons
Cvewta of Noted PeopU. GetetMuat« pany's plana with reference to central Deserted T««n of l.iuhe Under Heavy
Oregon development may be expected
and Facile Nertkwert, and Other
Shelling From Both ( hir.ewr
to follow consideration by the board
Things Werth Knowing.
tonnage resources tn th« territory.
Thia report will be made by W. F.
Kenney, vice-president of the Great
Henry J. Cose. S5. inventor of her
Shanghai.—General Chang Tao-Lin.
Northern in charge of traffic, a mem
vesting machinery and pioneer in the
the Manchurian war lord, has declared
ber of Mr. Budd'a party, on returning
agricultural field, died in Poughkeep east by way of Spokane following a war against the Pekin government
sie. N. Y., Monday.
and General Wu-Pei-Fu. the military
trip of inspection through the central
dictator of the province of Chihli.
The reparation commission has of Oregon country.
tidally declared the Dawes plan in
Asked directly it his company was
Shanghai.—-Lat« night reports con
operation. The plan became effective ready to announce plans relative to
firmed the oatbreak of fighting Sun
at noon September 1.
the Bend-Klamath Falls extension. Mr.
day at Tslngpu. oast of Talhu lake,
General Masataro Kukuda. of Tokio, Budd said:
where the ohjactlva of the Kiangsu
was attacked Monday by a socialist,
troops IseRingktang. a city only about
but escaped unhurt when the one re tension or development is one that 20 miles southwest of Shanghai.
volver bullet fired at him by the man goes up finally to the directors, and
Late reports from the llwangtu sec-
decisions must always be preceded by
missed its mark.
tor, northeast of Shanghai, Indicated
careful consblerskUen of all available
that the Chekiang advance bad reach
Strong earthquake shocks caused data bearing on the situation.
much damage along the eastern coast
“We have been going over the coun
Engagements were yeported in all
of Mindanao Saturday, according to try with a view to acquiring first-hand
advices received by the weather information. There is no use denying sectors. Including Bhanghlng in Che
bureau in Manila. No loss of lite has the immense potential tonnage in the klang province, about 100 miles south
west of Shanghai. aniT^luchacben in
Bend country, and tonnage to a rail
Kiangsu province, on the west shore
The island of St. John. In the Virgin road man Is like honey to a bee."
of Taihu lake, 90 miles directly west
With Mr. Budd and Mr. Kenney In
island group, was practically laid
of Shanghai. But the major struggle
Portland are Walker D. Hines of New
waste by the second hurricane within York, ex-director-general of the Uni centered on the small town of Lluho
tour days, according to an official dis ted States railroad administration, on the seacoast barely 30 miles to the
patch Tuesday to thq navy depart now eastern counsel for the Great northwest of Shanghai.
An eye witness, returning from
ment. Five deaths were reported.
Northern, and M. J. Costello of Seattle,
Lluho, reported that the Chekiang
The Chicago Joint Land bank has western traffic manager for the com
troops were withstanding ail attacks,
brought suits against Noah Williams. pany.
though the Kiangsu line bad been ad
Ida Grove (Idaho) millionaire farmer,
vanced about a mile just south of
tor *70.973 on notea given tn 1*31 and
Lluho. The deserted town was under
1922. Appointment of a receiver tor
heavy shell-fire and continuous ma
land owned by defendant In-Woodbury indictments against Colonel Charles
chine gun and rifle tire of both sides.
R. Forbes, formerly head of the Uni
county, Iowa, is asked.
General Ho Feng Ling, defense com
ted States veterans' bureau, were re
The engagement of Anita Blaine leased Monday. Colonel Forbes will missioner of Shanghsl under Lu Yung
Hsien, the governor of Chekiang,
Demroach, daughter of Walter Dam go to trial Monday before Federal
spent the day In this sector, person
roach. composer and noted conductor Judge Carpenter on charges of bribery
ally directing the Chekiang army.
of the New York symphony orchestra, in his administration of veterans’ bu
The Chekiang dead and wounded
to Robert Littel. an editor of the New reau affairs.
there numbered perhaps 200.
The indictments, which also nsme
Republic, is announced by her parents.
number of casualties continues out of
John W. Thompson. Chicago and St.
Toll receipts on the interstate
proportion to the tremendous amount
Louis contractor, who Is charged with
bridge Monday and Sunday totaled
of firing. The eye-witness related the
having given Forbes a bribe, were
*5322 20. the highest record for two
haphazard methods on tbs front lines,
drawn up to replace the tour original
days since the bridge was opened In
saying that the soldiers were discharg
ly drawn last February. Charges in
1917. A total of 53.*88 persons and
ing rifles and even field pieces, utter
them are the same as those In the
ly regardless of almlng.'often simply
16,897 automobiles crossed during the
original bills excepting that It is
pointing them to the sky.
charged that Forbes was to receive
Lunkwa headquarters of the Che
Sheriff Galligan of Williamson coun part of a payment of *<6.666.66 to
kiang army claimed new gains along
ty. Ill, was arrested by Coroner Will Charles Cramer, Tormerly chief coun
the railway. Desperate attacks were
iam .McGowan, charged with murder sel for the bureau, now deceased,
aimed at Anting.
in connection with the death of six which payment was to have been
Only the most meager reports were
men at Herrin Saturday. He was re made by Thompson.
received of the fighting west and
leased on bonds of *10,000. Galligan
southwest of Taihu lake, where the
| would make no comment.
World Record Is Made.
Kiangsu troopp were said to be driv
Kansas City, Mo.—A new world rec ing for the Sungklang-Hangchow rail
Immediate shipment of clothing and
hospital garments for more than 2000 ord was made Monday at the local way.
victims of the Virgin Islands hurricane livestock market when more cattle
last week*, was announced late Tues- and calves were received than had
Timber Sale Announced.
' day by Red Cross headquarters. Presi ever been received before in any one
Hoquiam. Wash.—From 130.000,000 to
dent Coolidge had sent a message of day by any market, according to an
140,000.000 feet of timber in the south
sympathy to the stricken islanders nouncement by the Kansas City Stock-
west corner of the Olympic national
yards company. Official figures were
' earlier in the day.
forest near Lake Quinault is to be of
Dr. William F. Kuhn, 75 years of
fered bidders within the next few
age, grand high priest of the grand a total of 63.793 head.
months, according to R. L. Fromme.
Th« previous record, also held by
chapter of Royal Arch Masons of the
supervisor of the Olympic national
United States, and a practicing phy
forest, who was In the city Saturday.
sician of Kansas City, Mo. for the when 51.508 cattle and 8698 calves, a He had just returned from the area
last 37 years, was found dead at his
with J. F. Eldridge of Washington.
The cattle receipt! were from Iowa,
1 home early Tuesday. Death waa said
D. C, and F. E. Ames of Fortland, In
Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kan
to be due to apoplexy.
charge of timber sales' and manage
sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas and
The United States uses more than
ment In this district. About 11 sec
tions of timber are included.
J 1,500,000,000,000 matches made out of
wood every year. This is about 37
Stampede for Gold on.
matches a day for every man, woman
New York Is Shlvsrlng
Wrangell, Alaska. — Reports of a
New York.—The cold wave which
and child In the country, based on a
population of 110,000,000.* Recent sta gold strike near Dense* lake In the has set New Yorkers shivering for the
tistics from Europe have placed the Cassiar district, British Columbia, last few days continued with unabated
per capita consumption there at 1*
intensity Sunday when all previous
have caused a stampede from Tele
matches a day.
low thermometer records for low tern
graph creek, British Columbia, accord peratures on September 7 were shat
A * 137,000,000 program of film play
production and building activities has ing to word received here Monday tered. The official thermometer at
been arranged for the coming year by from Captain Sid Barrington. 4'ap- the weather bureau registered 50 at 7
motion picture concerns operating in tain Barrington and his crew, oper A. M , the coldest temperature of the
and about Los Angeles, it was an ating a passenger boat on the Stlklne day. The coldeat September 7 hither
nounced Tuesday night by Joseph M. river, deserted tbelr vessel and left to recorded here waa In 1888, when
the mercury stood at 61. Saturday's
Schenck, coincident with bls re-elec for the field.
low temperature of 48 also broke all
tion as president of the Motion Pic
Sunset Limited Ditched.
records for September 6.
ture Producers' Association of Cali
Brief Resume Most Important
' Daily News Items.
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WAR ON PEKIN
Three are dead and three seriously
injured as a result of an automobile
accident three miles east of Caldwell,
Idaho Sunday afternoon. The dead
are Mrs. Edward Stemper, William
McMasters and Mrs. W. Paine. Those
injured were Edward Stemper, Claude
McMasters and the youthful son of
William McMasters. All are residents
of Rosewell, Idaho.
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Tucson, Ariz. — George Ward, fire
man. of Tucson, was killed when the
Sunset Limited of the Southern Pa
cific was wrecked at Bonn, a few
miles, east of .Maricopa, according to
reports received from the scene of
the accident late Monday night. The
engineer and other members of the
crew were unhurt and no injury to
any passengers has been discovered,
Transmission of trans-oceanic mes dispatches said.
sages at a speed five to eight times
Formosans Ara Slain.
as great as the highest now attained
In standard cable practice is the prom
Tokio.—Several Formosans of Jap
ise held out by the Western Union anese nationality have been killed by
Telegraph company with the laying Chinese soldiers at Amoy, China, ac
of the American end of a new type of cording to newspaper dispatches from
submarine cable at Rockaway beach. the Chinese city. It is said that the
It will be the first direct connection' men were killed during disorders in
between the United States and south connection with the civil war in China.
The Japanese navy department has
The score or more of astronomers dispatched four destroyers from the
at Lick Observatory. Mount Hamilton, )1r*<*a<lores islands, near Formosa, to
Cal., who have been manning the giant Amoy to protect Japanese subjects.
telescopes since Mars has been in
"Glorified Bob" Favored.
apposition, have concluded the planet
is not inhabited.
Atlantic City, N. J.—Bobbed balr for
"canals'* which long have been the sport occasions, with the same hair
chief basis of scientific belief that made elaborate for formal occasions
Mars boasted animal and probably by braids and curls, probably will be
human life much like our own, it turns next year’s style.
out, are too wide to be man-made af
The National Hair Dressers' asso
fairs, fully 100 miles acrosg. Also, ciation convention hers held a com
from the scientific viewpoint they are petition Tuesday to select the new
now declared to be too winding in mode, bnt many of the delegates have
their course« to be the result of any expressed themselves as in favor of
great martian engineering project.
"the glorified bob.”
Japanese Prize Peace.
Salem, Or.—Peace is prized by the
people of Japan, according to Dwight
Findley of Salem, who with 15 other
college men returned from a trip to
the orient Sunday. He said Japanese
students were giving the subject of
peace much thought, and are opposed
to war both for economic and military
reasons. Mr. Findley said the stu
dents were welcomed by the Japanese
and everything waa done to make
their aojolirn In Japan a pleasant one.
Georgian Revolt Falls.
Moscow. — The Roots agency, the
soviet official news purveyor,, an
nounces that the committee for the
independence of Georgia has published
a declaration confessing that its at
tempt at a counter revolution has
failed. It urges all Its adherents to
surrender their arms to the govern
ment and declares that the committee
has been dissolved. The declaration
Is signed by M. Androneotf and other
members of the committee.
Woman Falla to Cross.
, Boulogne, France. — Lillian Harri
son, Anglo-Argentine swimmer, failed
In her attempt to swim the English
channel, begun from the French side
at Cap Oris-Nez Friday. Miss Harri
son gave up after reaching mid-chan
nel, having remained In the water
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