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NEWS OF THE WORLD
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KAMI, WONT Wednesday
Member o the A83ociatcd Press.
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KM.MATII FALLS, OREGON, Tl CHDAY, JMV, fl, tWlti
SHU TO IKE
Conciliation Board Will
Stnrt Arbitration Hear
PORTLAND, May :.-Tlin Mulii In
toneimi In Mm ImiKiilKirciiimiH ulilkii
today when Chairman Woodward,
ntii In hoard (if riiiirllliitlmi. iinnoiiiir
i'il Unit iirliliriitlim ln'iitliiRit would
In) started tomorrow.
PORTLAND. May 9. .11. () Miller,
u dock worker, was attacked mi lint
wiitorfront today utter being given
n rlilu by a trurk driver, who whistled
when llm trurk was nt n rcrtnln
point iiinl ii Imnil nr men appeared.
Forty men nloo attacked lfi work
erg In llm Schooner saloon nt llio
An tnplo) or statement said tlicro
wmi mi Intention to Import profi-n.
FIX STREET GRADES
Oidlminiei An I'rrM-titrtl In (Viiiii.
ill,' ll.ilr) lnM''iitii t'ji
Ordinance presented nt the ty
louurll Init ulKlit mill passed to llm
tecum! rending provided for estab
lltlimutit of HtrtM-t grade no follews:
Jnffcron, Thlril to Fifth: riftli. Jef
nrsnn to Lincoln; Lincoln, Fifth to
Sixth; Washington; West Main mid
Hon Hi Rltralde; Tlilnl from IIIkIi to
Vnlilni;ton niul from Jefferson to
Ulnciinunu wit had of n dairy lie
spcctlnu ordinandi profiling for II
lenalng of dairies. Htnto llnlry In
mrctor Li'iirli rerommeuilel such mi
ordinance 1 1" mlopti'il, referring I tin
council to tlion,! adopted liy other
' IVnuIlK cranlcd nri: H. (I.
Ilrnun, linprovouii'iit to rrnlilnnco of
frank Ankiuiy; IliirrUon & Molt, to
roiiktrilit n KnrnKn on Lutii I tin at
2, lllnrk XH. Klaiimtli nildltlon; It.
II. W'iittcnliurK to rop-ilr llolvln
i'imis oi.it iMii.ians
CAKTI.i: lloeiC. Wnnh.. May U.
H.i in rtouki. Jr. whllu Hp.idliiR In bin
Kiinli'ii. iincovorcil n pllo of ISHt nil
r ilulliirx A riulcd can liidlcutcil
they had lii'iui luirlvil In II. Mr.
Itoakn rollcrtril lfi dollar from tho
boln, but when bo took thorn to n
uturii bo ilUrnwri'il llioy wrro conn
tcrfolt. w.m. a. iitxrrn m:.it
Till: lAl.l.i:n, May !, William
Auilron- liootli, ii rcrtlili'iil or Ori'i;ou
nlnc,i I K .1 , brollmr of Chairman
lloolh or tho hlKbway roiniulmilon,
dlod lant ulr.ht Ho hail lived nt
rrlnuvllln many ycara and wa Hhor
Iff two turniM.
wii.so.v aitacks hi:i:i
HT. t.OUIH, May 9. Huferrlnj: to
llntti'd HtutOH t!onator Jnmcii A.
novil iin a "marplot," formor l'rml
dont Wllioti In it letter to (lovcrnor
Hliihunii iiHkoil tho defeat of tho
Mbwourl winlnr Hunalor to "roiUmn
tho -reputation" of tho democratic
iti:i citosK hki:kk woman
Tlio wlierealiniitH of Kiln Josophluo
Lulckom and her two children. Ma
bel. iikuiI flvo, nnd Mildred Myrtlp.
iiKi'il four, la LioIiik HOUKht by tho
loral llml eroH. It was hiiIiI Mm.
LcUkoiii may bo RoInK !' Ho no
of Mm. J. K. Smith or Mr Karl
After n "low" or nearly IS hoiim
duration tho Cyclo-
7TTTT77 StonntiKrnpli u t
V JJs ilorwood'H IMiur-
Inter u rlsliiK bar
thU miiriiliig mid
at 2 I'. M. tho ten
dency wuh Htlll up
ward. Forcciiut for uoxt
F n I r wonthor,
with brink wIikIh
i -v i
wblolt will diminish. ,
Tho TyciM rocordlng thormomotor
roKlHtored mnxtiniim und minimum
temperatures otday, no follews:
Hlitli v 2
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I.evee breaks at Poydras, 12 miles below New Orleans. Water inundates homes.
Families flee to higher ground. Men drivj cattle and other dumb beasts of the field
to safety at Violet, neighboring town. Seventy thousand have boon rendered home
less and '10,000 are being eared for by tho Red Cross.
BROWER APPEARS TO
ARGUE DEMURRER IN
SEWER ARREST CASE'
Lnhm lulu 1'iiKtliy I)Im'iimhi In
'lit Court; Will MiiK-i I'lni '
t' t' llrowi'r. nppnnrliu: an a prl
alo ritltrn and not an dlntrlcl at
tornvy. Mill hnvn to mibmlt to I'o
lli Jiidcn Leavltt niithnrlty moro
ratlnfac.tory than that lntrodiicil
thU mornlni; If ho In to rsrapo thu
ponnlty provided In tho city char
ter for failure to mako newer con
nection with rexldcnro property. '
TIiIn wnw tho dt-cUlon of Judge
iHltenlnu- to llrour.
of llm demurrer til- Members nttoniUug the forum to
Jlo net 1!:3U Wed.' m,,rr"w nno" Hld w'" havu not
nemlay afteruuim as tho tlmo
hiMrlng further nulliorlty 'and for
llroer to enter a plea.
Armed with heveral law volumci),
llrower thin mornliig enterod Into
a lenglliy illaruhhlou of llm cue
arlnliig from hU nrreiil upon coin
Plaint of tbo city health officer. He
'lied uumcriiiiK niMM puriiiirllng to
mIiiiw that tbo city was without au
thority to Inflict penally for fall
tiro to con, ply sitti tlio ordinance,
holding that the only recoil rno wan
for tin) rlly to iiiiiko thu newer
(ounectloii nnd declaro ii Hen
ngaltiHt tho property.
llroAcr cited llm nun of l'orl.
land i. Hint h concern Inc a caao re
Milling from thu 'nalo of llillor. Itn
fitrrlng to llm "ilayx when one
nielli buy a drink," lm was halted
by JihIkii l.envltt who iloelnrpil ho
wuh sufficiently li.tnuiiuil without
liavlng that thrown l, htm.
After all autliorllleitiat hand had
been exli.iiinicd. and tin) city char
ter illimected, auitlzeil, nnd argued
pro and run, tho vtatutwof tho wit
nation, iippc-arpd to bp. hu snmo as
when tbn nrKuinonV Opened. At
leant thU wn Ju'UftfiIjfavlM'H lw
liiowcr will riileayir,''t9 prove oth
erwlao tomorro; .kfternoon.
A flno of no'fbver" JIOO or DO
dnya In Jail W'tW ponnlty provided
liy tho city for'Tiolatlon of tho or
dinandi In 'ijucntlon,
1'renont I His mornlni; wuro City
Attorney Duncan, City Health Off!
cor, 8t(Wr( mid Attorney John Ir
win. llrower unlit thin afternoon that ho
bud already mado urruiiKomontn to
connect tho sowor, that ho hud bo
notified tho proper nuthoritloH and
that ho bud acted In good faith In
tho matter. Hi) said It was not hU
Intention to nvndo llio law nnd that
bin action In filing thu demurrer was
merely a lawycr'ri moans of tenting
tho law. That work on tho connec
tion had not nlready Htartod, ho said,
wna duo to a plumber ho had, hired
being railed to nnotber Job, thus de
laying thu work.
rivi: ni'itNiat to dkath
MAIIKKCO, III., May 9. Attgunt
lluurko, Jr., 35, and four children
aro dead iih ii result of u flro In
their homo. Tho mother mid two
children woro unveil by tho rather,
who lo.it ha1 life In nttomtlng to
navo tho remaining children, Tho
flro started In an Incubator In tho
liaaqment, , . I
A Drama of the Mississippi
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'C. OF C. ELECTION ON
i'hiii t idi
liirs to Up Xmiml;
Tin. nrlmurv uliittlon for fli'lit
nnw illruclors of thu chamber of J 'WKIZD, Muy 9. When n lion ar
comincrco will cloiio WciliiciilayUivtM ut tho homo of .Mr. nnd Mr.
I'venlni: nt 8 o'clock,
cnmmltti'o, heided by II
will count tho lulloti.
Kvory member him recclvil
ballot and In rccUtiln to vote
elRhl only. Tho lfi rectilvnK lhoUhouKht nomo ono was flrlns at
hlRlieit number of votim will bo do-1 him and began firing In tho air.
rlnred nominated nt I tin primary' Coniililernblo excitement was caused
and their name,, placcidon tho or-(ln tho neighborhood until tho true
flrlnl ballot and mnllo.il to nil of
tho members, who will velvet eight
of tbo 10 In thu final election for
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rait their ballot, mo reuuentcd by
tho chairman to bring them to the,
mertliig. ArpingemeiitM hnvn ulaol
Uen nuiilo with the postofflre to'
dellir nil liallnlii rernve.l nn In S '
o'clock, when tbo polls close.
Iml l at lorirt aro that a bralthy
oto will liu rant In the primary.
HAIIULN'C ANSWiatS I.W'irATION
WASII1NUTON. 1). C. May 9.
rrcallieut Harding today told l.'rlc
V, H'niinr mid tho l'ortland delega
tion that ho would bo unable to
accept tbo Invitation to vlalt Port
land during tho roso festival. June
9. but hoped to IkII Portland later
In tho summer It ho visits Alaska
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Celebrates 12th Baby
Jon Uelcahtro, tho father "an vo
flitcd that ho ruahed on tho front
porch and fired sovcral shots from
Tito watchman In tho vicinity
cauao of tbo fiulludo w-ns learned.
Although Ilelcastro Is only 35
years old and his wlfo somo years
younger, this Is tho twelfth child.
Six aro boys nnd nix jtlrlr;
Thu engagement of tbo oldest
child. France Helens tro, was re-
announced to Frank Girl-
monto of Weed
(11111 15, HLSIIANI) ii
A dlvorco was granted by Judge
Stonc, this afternoon to Itcrtha Otto,
nged lfi, from I A. Otto, oged 42.
(.. W. Honey, fnther of tho girl, tes
tified tbt bo bad fought In tho Mo
dtfc war with tho father of Otto.
PORTLAND, May '9. Steers 25c
higher on common to medium
grades, choice bteers JS to $S.G0.
Hogs and sheep steady, eggs weak,
IF IT CAN'T
WILL SPEAK IT
Is Recognized as Interna
tional Authority on
Kugeno firubb, recognized an nn
International authority on potato cul
ture, author of a text book on the
subject, and Colorado'n famouui 'dirt'
farmer, will bo tho principal speaker
nt tho chamber of commcrco forum
luncheon Wednesday noon.
Orubb Is vliltlns; Klamath Falls by
request of tho Houthorn Pacific com
pany In connection with tbo Dairy
Confereueo and has vlilted a number
of tho rural communities during the
past few days. Ho Is said to bo one
of the best Informed men In the
United States on potatoes, lire stock,
dairying, grasses and allied subjects.
I To has been acting consultant for
Thomas A. Edison on his farm In
E. O. McCormlck, vice-president
of the Southern Pacific, also In Kla
math Falls In connection with the
dairy conference, will be present at
the forum nnd will occupy a part of
tho program with Mr. Grubb. Special
Invitations aro 'being sent to the
principal farmers In rural communi
ties and arrangements are being
mado for a packed house.
SEVEN OUT FOR HALL
No Action Titkcn at Meeting Called
to Aid Candidate for Governor
Seven persons attended a moot
ing called by frlondB of Cbarlt
Hall, to consider methods for aid
ing Halls' governorship campaign
In Klamath county, at the Amer
ican legion rooms In tho ncwMaln
street 'court houio building last
night. On account of the small
crowd thcro waa no deflnlto action
tak'en toward commlttco organiza
tion, but It was decided to hold an
other meeting later In the week
and seek to havo representative re
UltCK MKXICAN COMMISSION
WASHINGTON. T. C, May 3.
Appointment of an international
commission to consider all iiiues
Involved In recognizing tbo Obrcgon
government In Mexico has been
suggested In s,omo official quarters
as a solution of tho continued fail
ure of tho United States govern
ment and Mexico City authorities
to agree on a recognition program.
PHKHIDKNT'H VIEWS ON
SOLDIER ROM'S WILL IIE
WASHINGTON, Mity 9
Vlows of tho president on tlio
noldlcrB bontm lobulation whlcli
woro dcRCrlbcil today nt tho
Will t0 HotiM) a unchanged, will 4
I bo trannmlttcd within tbn next
two (lny to Chairman McCutn 4
4 bor nnd Hcpubllcan mombor of 4
4 tho Konnto flnanco committee.
SON MAY SUCCEED
FATHER AS LEADING
FIGURE IN FINANCE
Wllllnm Avrrrll llarrlnuin Make
HU HUrt In Shipping; Would
Ilulld I'p Merchant Marino
DV F.DWAHD M. THIKHRV
(Copyright, 1023, by NKA Service.)
NEW YOHK. May 9. A new fig
ure Is rising In tho shipping world
William Averell Harrlman, son of the
great railroad king, the late E. H.
With a heritage of brains and the
genius for organization that was his
father's greatest asset, Harrlman is
taking the leadership In building an
American morebsnt marine.
"It Is a great constructlro work,"
ho said, In describing for NEA Ser
vice his ambitions for American ship
ping. "Wb are doing pioneer work."
Harrlman Is only 30, yet in flvo
years he hns becomo a power In ship
building and ship operation.
Start An Accident
"I got Into the shipping business
by accident," ho said. "And I'm
keeping at It."
That is his modest way of eaylnr.
1 It was his keen foresight of tbo need
for ships that Impelled him to go Into
shipbuilding on a big scale two
months before America entered the
war. It was this "accident" ot guess
ing right, and foreseeing the needs
ot the nation, that pat him Into ship
ping. "I am a believer in the -United
States merchant marine," he said.
"When such n necessity as this
come a necessity for developing our
export trade and building a naval
auxiliary that it a national asset,
I feel that ways and means will be
found to make a merchant marina a
Eye lilce Father
Harrlman, who la tall, slender and
broad shouldered, with a wide firm
mouth, dark brown hair brushed
straight back, and dark face and
eyes like his father, sits at a desk in
an office overlooking lower Broad-
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EMPLOY PRESS AGENT
Lumber Operator to Havo Own
Publicity In connoctlon with tho
strlko hero will bo handled he re
altor for tho lumbermen by W. C.
Holllway of Sun Francisco, Mho ar
rived hero roceutly. Holllway was
in consultation with tho lumbermen
today und has assumed his duties.
It. It. MEN AT WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON; May 9. Fifteen
leading railroad executives have been
Invited to a dlnnor conferonco on
Mny 20th at tho whlto housa to dis
cuss rato adjustments. Tho Inter
state commorco commission, which
recently concluded nn Inquiry into
general transportation levels, report
ed to tho prosldent that It does not,
possess authority under the law to
determine general policies involved
in rate adjuustmonts, ,
LLA - Afi'iBBSSsI
Effort Made by Russian
Delegates at Genoa to
GENOA, May 9. English nnd
Italian delegates nt tho economic
conforenco mot today when tho
Russian delegation began working
out a now formula concerning tho
restoration of forolgn property In
Tbo French dologatlon announced
It was hoped to ilcvlso a now clauso
In tho Ruinlan memorandum which
would satisfy Dolglum and there
fore France. Tho corresporfdent of
tbo London Evening News said he
learned Tcbltchcrln had rccolred
wireless Instructions, Moscow in
sisting that tho Russian reply to
thq conferenco memorandum must
be so framed as to avoid breaking
up tho conference. '
WASIMNGTON, May 9T-Cablnet
members after discussing today tho
Russian problem as affected by tbo
Genoa negotiations expressed tfco
opinion thnt tho attitude of the al
lied governments toward tbo soviet
regime had shaped up Into a vrtual
agrccmnt with tho policies of tho
United States. They expressed tho
hopo that a resolution ot the wholo
problem, which could bo ondorsod
by this government, might be
reached at Genoa.
WASHINGTON, May 9. Deflnlto
progress In negotiations tor refund
ing 111,000,000,000 of foreign debts
may bo expected as soon as tho Go
no conference has tormlnated and
foreign financial oxperts are released
tlon officials said today. '
REFORMS AT JOLIET
New Prison Designed to Facilitate
JOLIET., III.. May 9, An Iron
hand and mero confinement "make
convicts ana no more; a progressive
scalo of privileges and freedom
within a prison makes men," ac
cording to John L. Whitman, super
intendent ot Illinois prisons, under
whosa supervision tho new state
penitentiary at Statovllto noar here
s being constructed. The archi
tecture ot tho building Is detlgnad
iO facllltato application of tho "Illi
nois Idea," or pregrcsslvo morlt
system. Prisoners will bo grouped
according to their grado of ad
vancement under tho systom, and
each group will be assigned to ono
of tho eight cell houses, tbo sec
ond ot which will bo complotad and
In (uso within a few days. Prison
era wilt movo from cell bouso to
cell house with their advancement
The plan provides that prisoners
may pass through the following
stages: Confinement under strict
dlsclpllno; increasing opportunity
to morlt moro confldcnco on tho
part of prison authorities; positions
of trust within prison walla; llto In
cottages outside tho prison, but un
der tbo supervision ot prison au
thorities; parolo; freedom.
Tho systom Is nn outgrowth ot
psychological study- ot convicts
which was conducted by Superin
tendent Whitman, tbo lato Warden
Everett J. Murphy and a staff of
eight exports during the last twen
PAVING 11IDH OPENED
PORTLAND, May 9. Dlds for tho
last bit of paving on tbo Pacific high
way, BOven,and thrco-quarters m Ilea
between Ifalsoy und Harrisburg, Linn
county, woro opened today' by tho
highway commission. Tho' Pacific
hlhway work started Just five yoars
ago. Dlds for tho lasb stretch of pav
ing on tho wost sldo of tho highway
and tho Monmouth and Suver section
will bo oponed tomorrow.
FORMER RESIDENT DEAD J
Word baa been rocelred here ot
tbo death in Ashland last week of
Miss Nellie Denspn, daughter of
Mr .and Mrs. W. A. Bensoa.who
was woll known In this elty," where
she attended the convent. Death -
was' due to Influenza,
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