The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 24, 1922, Image 1

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WEATHER FORECAST
OFFICIAL FAM tit?
KLAMATH COUNTY AND
OF KLAMATH FALL!. ;
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PMOIFIVS
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LAST ILK FOR
EflTGIf UTILE
LIHIII,
FilinRo Clacc 9 a.m. Friday;
Applicttiotn May Not I
Cover All Tracti i
Nino o'clock I'iMay morning, (Ir i
tobcr 27, la Hip tiuMnnitoir for (11-.
Iiir on lliu in.oon itrrs o( Tide 1:i'."
lirjii irci'titly i ! im for In nu .tin nl
unity.
At III.' picronl rnln cf flllm: H li
not iirubnlilu t hut f llmu will do
inni on nil (ho til (noi. lucurd
Inn to II. Ii, NpwoII. iudJiti miinn
Kr. I2x-iirvlci men hir.ti 'JO-day
prcf'Tt'im but nfier January 37, If
liny irnc li romnln, tlicv mny bo (HmI
on by Ilia goncr.il public.
Illlllllllrl (.Inn.- !HI
Tim baiMlm: chnrgo will lm $3(1
pur Acre, 5 pur run i of which, or
1 1. 60 jier ncru, will ham to iic'titn
Pflliy Kin valor rlRlit application.
Thy iH-xt Instalment will nrt fall due
(or .'. ir, There will llii-ii lm 6
nnnnnl Inslttlmonts, rnr'i n( .'. pit
rcnl. (uIIu'aciI liy 10 n n -. :il Inntnl
monts, tM 7 per rum Nu InlTtwil
trill lid rhargnl on ili'fonnil Itintnl
maul In addition Hiiro will lm mi
mi annual upirallun niiil innlntun
wuo riinrRu which 1'iiy vary from
year In year lnt In likely In iipl'msl-
raato i.r.o jr arm ppr
N'ntpr Application llriiiliril
liver)- person desiring I" lirqulre
liny pnlillr land rautt pxerutp a water
tiRlil appllentlon upon n form pro
vided for thai piirpon" ninl in com
pany tin. saitm liv payment o( the
'first Instalment nf tliii Inillillni:
clinrpt Hneli witter r'lilH iippllcitlnti
iiiiki In' tir n ptalfMiTT.lrnf nnl(',
mid iimro than ono pemm may make
application fur Hie runny (r.rm mill.
Iml not mora tlinn nnn water right
..Ill Hill l'.l-.i( 1.I..I. 1MU .1M.I'. ..n. i
Hrpllilllnn r;ui lm niaild liy llir naiiin)
iorou. Tim w'ntrr rtr.lit uppllrmlt'n tlilii illy.
mimt lie Illc.l wllh llio projiit iiimm- B ihu )Pt of nplrlta (lio
Her, I'nliBil HliliK Itrrlrtuiatli.il Sit- uli'lit licforo ilcit'i whlili wan nut tin
vlro, Kl.iinmii I'iiIIm. ()ror.oii. In pnr-1 ..mmtIciI ilnri. lm liail urovlniiilv nx-
..n .... .M...I .. ...I....U I. It Ulllllll II
period of fo'ir ilnyn , lu'Slnnlnr. 9
n'rliick A. M . Urioli.T Hr.l . 1022.
ninl cxtomliiiK to nml liirliullnn '.1
oTIod. A. M.. Octolmr 27lli . I'J22
Ono Mirii'Mful 111 I hi- ilr.iwlm; will
Ik allnwi'il o ilnyn In wlilrh to iii.iKp,
Iiiiinitfail pntry Up will Ii.ivk ..mre nsilbtunt
niontliB nfl'T inaklm: liouipnlpnil on- m
try In whlfli to oMnlillnh ri'iiUlmirp IJJS ATHLETIC FUND
If no ili'Hlrnl n wnlrr rlKlit nppll- , ... ,
uilloii cm lip iniill.'il )ou whlili oii,.M xtlloiiil Hunk Cimlrlliulps Kill
inn .oiupiPiP mm ti'iiirn in nun oi-1
lliu witii tup iimt iniiiniuiiuii, iiiiix
pnrtlilpiitlm: In lm ilrnwlni; with
out t:rrul i'Xpuio In Jim.
Awinuo Aim fill Ahpi
Tlio lonruro Irrlr.nlilo nrr.i of llio
vitrlouii trmiH li r.O tutm, iiiiixiiumu
.sr. m'ri'ii,.nilnliumn 17 ihtpm. Tlivrv
will lm n fillm; lm of ulioul I &.5U
for tin ho niiro Irni-t 11ml Jia.uO for
i in ncru tract Alioul NU pur ront
of tint IniiiU mo In ('ntlforuiu, Su
iiillcu (ruin Ivl.itti.ntlt l'all. tlio ntMr-J
1 'A Dlill'Plni: point. t
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SHOT BY ACCIDENT
l.iniiill .Vol Hi I'liili'ipiiH Oprr.illuii
III Itl'IIIOtll liPllll
lluiiullt N111II1, Mill of' Mm Ivy
I'niliil, who nitililtiuliilly Mini him
Half UiioiikIi H10 Hiiulilur Kiiml.ty
nlnlil whllo rliiinliu: u 1:1111. uniliT
wont 1111 oporntlou loilny In ii'iuovn
llio nlitil, It was iitilil tlio nnuiiil
wim not uiiilmu,
vi'ATiii:iiii'itoii.iui.irir.s
Tlio njr'op. lU'on Hio DflifSiorm---
-;- "i;i Lit uKruiiJi (it I'nilnr
I irTwliJ?! wnAiln Plmrmury
ahrtUn that nftur n
ikuildcu f a,l I In
prnaaurcl. , yoetwrr
ijnyj hariiniotrlc
'riiMlluoim w'tiro
i't(tlmilv ' tut t II I 111
o'clock thla itioiti
lm: when iniiith-
or Blimp drop took
pliii'ti nod nt 2 p.
m. llio tondonoy
wim Htlll down-
wind, IliilliatltiK tlio iipprniirh of 11
illHtiii'hiiui'o from llti' hoiiHi,
KnrucitHl for uoxt 21 Iiiiuih;
llutiuttloil; tluiiily; t'ontluiu'd
wiiriii. with Houthoily wlml,
Tin 'I'yfOrt iccordliiK thurniniiiutor
ii)i;lali)ii'tl imtxlimim mid minimum
lorumluroa toJay, hh followu:;
n'j ,r tf 1 1 II .!
HlKll tiw il Wi,
. t. irrs J J
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Uucss Who
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M'liot 'III run i.l'l linnlKni'in
in i..ii Im.hiii'i. uil l."U'liim for j
bin nltli-. .villi t Iji l.'-Mil under !
.11 aim' VMit II v Jlii.li.il VMJ. i
a.li'l t' Ii ccmiii.iinlil'ln-.liut of
lli -illml ji inn In (lii H'iiiM U'm
iml tlii- v. villi crvatcJt uillilaij j
Itutuilttl I
HARDENBROOK BURIAL
K. nl.vs to Ho ll.l.l nt Wlilllurk
l'luiKl til It it'l'loik UVilnril iy
111111 Ml IOMiCI Will lid tl.'l.t III
tl'.i Wlilllurk iliup.'l nl .1 nVlork
Wtil-iomlay HfliTiuuii (i.r Anioi
llnrilitnliroiik, wliu illnl nt I 35 Mini
il.iy mnrnliu: wlillo mi n Imiilliii; trip
In Humm i.ttlry. Tlwi nnrvlriM will
lm nillillirli.,1 iy M. tv. J. I.
.Monro of l lio (Ir.u-u Mi'(liiullnl
t'liurrli lltill.il m-rvlrin will lm In
I'ltmcii cf Hip Oilil KrlliiMH Imlr.e.
Anioi lliuilt-nl.rnok wnx liom In
Olilu In lb.'. I Wlillu a )oiinr, limn
lio iniiw.l In Iowa wlicro lio nnn
marrlril. In 1807 ho tamo In Kl.ini
nlli I'nlU. Ho U unluil liy ln
luum jiuI tliiw ilniiRhtem: llrym I.,
nml t'inlt llnrilrnlinx'k of Hiln
rlty; Mrs. ffeo, Oilmrno mil Mm
un I li n...inl.ti. ..r ulw..n...i.
" " UIIIIM'II ... lllhl'HIIMVl
luwn; anil Mm. Merle llouitun ot
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p.'rlinrp.l lirnrt trnulilo. Wlnm Ml
Kro.inii with lix.iril l Ills compmi
irnn. I ln'y w on 1 to liU lii.ilnliln nml
rutmlil to nil! Mm. He fHPlri'il, liow
i'v.t. wlihln n fuw mlnntm. Tlio
1 lioily wim let nriii'il In thin rlly parly
t,in ninrnlni: liy J. A. Towoy, cor-
,.,, w (Sl.r.llw,
Alii for Hid I1lr.l1 hc!io:1 ntlilt'tii;
fund hint lipu'i ri't'i'lipil In form of
,1 ihi'i'k for fin floiu Hin Klmt N.i
llniiiil hnnli. Which w.tH iiri'ompnuli'il
liy it lottrr i'Xiri'ttiluK tti'tut Intor
out mid I'.ond will towird lilnh mimol
ulhh'tlrs.
Tlio 1'ittur. whirl' w.m iidilrotacd In
('oat'h llalpli NiihIi, rnlluwti:
KnowluR thu condition of tlio
IiIkIi kcIiooI iithk'tli: fund.-t In r.i'ii
prnl nml IiiixIiik kPt'ii Intori'it In ,
lliu Hiuii'rts of our Mhuol, wo aru
uiii'lo'ilm; you our clipck fur
tiu.uo art u KunrmitPo or our Kood
will,
Wlillu wo I'lllllllll, owlliR to Hid
pri'Kiuro of IiiimIuohh, nttt'iul nil
oiir KaiiiiH ,'u wmit to aimuru ) 011
thm wo n ro itlwii)H miiom; lliu
flmt In iitdiiK t tip tolophnuo to i;it
till) IPHIlllH,
(Slutit'd) Thu FlrHl Nalloniil Hank.
Ily 0 1). IH'ltKK.
VU'p-l'ictildimt.
SAWYER HOLDS JOB
I'MNlilt'iit Iti'ftiM' rio.ijif lrfi;lou 111
I'lif IlilpulitT t'cui'inl
1 vjMIIIINHTON, Oft. 21.-' Pro il
dont Hurillni; It uallhfli'd with tlm
ocrvlcpfl of Hrlffuillor f.pnoral 8.tw.
j rr unit will not link liln roslcuntlou
us iliuii.iniU'd hy thu Amorlcmi I.ok
len, (ho wlillu Iiouhii nliiiomit'od to
day. rilOXIi Hl'IT IN I'.TATH (Olli
VOUTI.ANI). Oct. 2 I. Tlio stilt of,
llohort 0, Duncan ami nthern iiKulnst
tho 1'iu'lflf TolMilioim uml Tologrnph
company,, liinuulit In an of fort lu
compol lowi'iliiK tf tolopliono niton,
wim romunded to tho fctnto cltcult
court hy Fodorul Jhdno llonn, who
hold Hint tho ciibo wns puroly 11
Htu'to ftcllcn. Tlio rouuniny had
nni!l)t ivlnl lnf thu fpilrriil' omul.
I Y S BIG
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Twrlve Tentative Juryman
Chosen; Challenges Start
This Afternoon .
Ilnlcrlliin of n Jury nj ocruplfl
tlio timu tt Htu trial or Mr.i. Olllu
lllowiin, wlilrh npor.i'il nt Hi r.Vluck
Mini :.i) iiiornlnn. Twnvi. (i-ntntlvo
Jurors I'lintPii up mill mini lii'lny
.vure i n luilowr
J II Vim llttnr l.oit Ciirnli.li. I..
I J llorlnn, r. A Krcucr. Jmnus
j Howie. I.. (). niK A. Knllnis. Mnr
i!n t'rn-, J, I,, r.p.irr'rtorn; Jnniiu
ln;. Frank Hiiltli nml M. .McAn-
i tin -
Af rry.i, (nr !!.. Mutg, anil H:
ilcfrnilaiit wvrn IiCKlunlnc, to i'iit
i'l.i tlidr rlslit to clmlli'iino when
iiiutt opii(il nt I 3d IliU nfliTiiunn.
At tlio I'lonn of ro'irt yontiTilny
JuiUc l.inltl urJi nu! Hint 21 luoro
miiuin tin ilriiwu from Hip rrnnlnr
Jury lint, .in it tlii mlilltional Jurors
wro on liam! at Hio i .u-nlni: of court
IIiIh inoriiliiK.
Mm lilnwitrx f.icH a first tld'rco
imiriliT cliarr.'i In ruiini illrui Willi
tln ilialli Hupliiiiil it I of Tom Miiii
loyn, ii .Moxlriin !imp ImtiIit, who
Vnt iiliot to ijcaili uriir tin lln'f
W'uy liousc, a flopping plan' co:i-
ilititoil hy Mm. IIIiiwitn. I'niililo tl
r.hii t'tn.unu lull. Mm. HIiiimtk lina
In on lirlj liuii' ulniii licr nrriht.
PUBLIC RAILWAY MEET
(Imh ll(tnloii of t'liiuriuiT Will
lit) Hi III I 'l Ida, Nli;lit
An open ilUciimtlori of tho rallwuy
iiuniorKPr nllmitlmt will lie held Krl
day iiIrIi! In th .Srmidlnttvlnn hall.
IicbIuuIiik nt S ti'rlock, uccordlnK to
iimiounreiurnt of William Marx,
chairman. I.nu Ari-ns In nocrptary
of tho cnmiulttro which Ik arranging
llio mcctlm:.
DIscuialon of tho r.ltiialluu from
nil minli'i will ho Invited, It wax
raid.
Koiiroroutatlvi'M of any rallwty, of
Hip cliaiulicr of iuiiiiiktip. Hhlpplni:
Inlorcslft, lu fact, nil Intoronlvd clt
I to nu, will ho iillotcd timu for pro
Hcntlm; their Individual low points.
It la tho iIcsIrii ot tho cmumltteo,
Aald thu chairman, to throw (ho
mcctlUK opvn lo n (air and Impartial
dUctiKilon, nutrlctluK xpeakcm only
lo it tlnio limit that will nllow vvery
0110 who ilt'Klni to r.puik mi oppor
tunlly to do fo.
iPTcn
i i ii
m
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Andovvi'. Split by Clicece,
Two Sides Shfiw .Strength
ANiiOIMA. Off- 21.- .li,rn tf
I'lioc-f. Hirintniin la ilhinipi i f.ncif
of A'l.lorrn, ri.inllurl mid 0 .iri it
liuldli' in llio world. '
NnHN.r tho ngi) nor tin fraitrinr"
or tho tUvitto Iiwi niiyil.'i.i; 1 du
wild It. Ii'it tho iinnt iv.
'!l:3 rtnt;ou III' Hlln I'.li.ill tlio
lllrlmit of IJrRiil I 0 nllowi i at BPtnl
iinmal trllmto two rlin-ii, an for-nr-ly,
or only ono chop p
I'o'll 'nil ulrlfi nml mh'-fi rnolvn
aroiitid litem pIiciimj-t-w' .ill nro nls
fppt in (Irrumfo.-MirrJ
Tl'.j 'two-i'lii'piio partj ' liislat.i
hat thu (llnlinp of llrppl In- -.atltflpd
with r.nr'cnl 1 U3t:mi,,ti.ili. iccord-1
IliK to Hip 'Arln of Pitrcir."" of 12S8. .
Hip M 11:1m CJinrtn nf, AiiI-tti. do
crt'i"! Ihrt ho filipulil ti-f- n 1 1 Btlill
Hoi to his nalcry of fan (rinia two
Irtsu cliccif'i mid Mo hauii tvlco
a yusr.
.Vow rnniot tin: flf fir envern
nciii 1 crjnoiny b&iI t,ljii b'rtli nt tlio
iinp-p'iieo jutty." Th''p pol') he-ll.-va
Hint liio hltliop hs.3 lx) eti trt
Iiik too highly of tli'e Juyi of lite
Hint In tills nrcn of Hi" hii.li enjt cf
tlvliiR ono tlicoso k'ioiiIiI -uffiro (or
jui) insm'it ncpilH.
To lilahop rcfmifit lo wy lnt liln
chreso nppils ur. nor . .1 bo com
mnnt on his uuniinl ihcsu capacity.
Ho 1.1 Kolm; to lot tho people tlecido.
Anl whllo they nro tlecldlnr;. thin
lllllu republic of 175 siiunro nillrc.
perched lilnh In Hip I'yroncoa momi
tnlnn, la far mnro tllittirbpd than
they wcro ilurlUR tho wcrld war.
JUSTICE DAY
QUITS
ItplKiiallou Temltriil I'i-csIiIpiii
Arcepled
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WASHINtlTO.V. ()rt. 24. Thu res
iRtiatlon of William K. Day, n'i
clato Justlro of tho Miprcntu court,
wnt leudtTod to tho president lu
day and accepted, effecthu Novem
ber 14. "
DAUGHERTY BREW
In.,
RAN, AVAY FROM
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msm
l"TTT" " mtr ft 1. -rr-
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Al ouch tlio raco writ il"clurctl unofficial, tho Hcary Ford. Gloucester
(lah n Kchncaer pictured above, tan away from tho Illui:noJc. Canadian
champion. In tho annual raco nt (Jlsucciter. Ilecaufjo of unfavorable
wind condltlonn tho Judges flagRcd tho achoonom to ntop thi race, but
thin both nklppern refuiod to do, and tho American nhlp sliowwl her heels
to her Cnnedlaii rhal. Inner!, tho llinrv Ford'n captain, Clayton Mor-tL'iipy.
CZECK SPEAKS, FORUM
t'liuilr .1. yti!iiaii, rroiiiliient Ho
lu 111I1111, In lie I'mti'iit
iC'Imrlri J "ornmn of Portland,
proxlilent of llio American Crecho-
I Sk'Vuk chamber tif rommcrco ot
Portland, will ureal: nt thu 'chamber
of commorc'O forun Wednesday
noon. Zcrnnnn Is a prominent. Ho
Immlan nnd Is actho In tho economic
itffalra ofTila country.
V.' O. Smith wlll.placo beforo tho
'foruai tho propoattlon ctt.comlnit to
tho Htipport of hlch nchool athletics,
and will propoto that tho business
men of thu city purchaso season tick
cla for athletic activities
JUNIOR ELKS' DANCE
Second Sot Int Affair lo lie KIukihI
by New Orj;.inliilloii
Another danco will bo Riven by
tho urpanliatlon commltteo ot the
Junior Klks, this ono is in honor of
llio Ashland football co.ua d Saturday
evening at tho Klks temple. It Is
to bo an Invitational affair.
It It horctl by thoro In charge that
till danco will bo even more suc
cessful that tho one Riven for tho
Medford football team, '.which was
tho first nodal affair tstitRed by the
new Klk organization.
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BLUENOSE CHAMPION
- I A iP : 1
' H'-X'ri2mm'
VANT MAINS REPAIRED
Citizen of Mills Addition Petition
City Council
Citizens of Mills addition last
nlrlit petitioned tho city council to
ropalr leaky wat;r mains In Mills
addition and remedy a condition
that 'has "existed (or years and not
oaly makes streets Impassable but
creates a very unsanitary condition,
detrimental to tho health Qf tbo pco
pie living In th Immediate vicin
ity." Th0 mayor was authorized to
request tho California Oregon Power
company to make tho necessary re
pairs. Will Iioprct Alarm
It. J. Shoots was employed to in
spect tho new firs alarm system,
which Is being tested out today. Do
foro final ncceptinco by tho city the
alarm system requires the approval
ot tbo stato flro marshal. .
Tho t'ollco w;ro Instructed to ro-
qttlro A. Itoma to removo his pop
corn stand from Sixth nnd Main.
Itoma haa previously made applica
tion for, 'a permit, which was do
nled. 5.
Permits
J. O. Ueardsley, to move building
on corner of Sixth and Walnut to
southeast corner of samo block," per
mit granted with provision that de
posit b; made with city. C, C. Col
vln, to moto dwelling from lot 04,
block 216, to lot 1, block 212, Mills
addition.
VICTOR INNES IS HELD
Former I'ortlauil Ijtwyrr ArreMctl
for Second Time
ATLANTA, (ia.. Oct. 24. Victor
Innes, former Portland, Ore., law
yer, Biiapectcd of complicity In tho
unboiled disappearance from San
Antonio, Texas., of MUs Beatrice
Nulms and Mrs. Klolso Nelms Dennis
several years ago ,was roleased rrom
Prison today after bcrvlng soveu
years only to bo rearrested 011 n
tiinr;;uof using thu malls to de
fraud, lunes servod torm on n charge
of larcency after alleged violation of
it trust In connection with funds ot
tho Nelms sisters.
SECOND ARMS PARLEY
All Nations of American Continent
May Do Invohrtl
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21. Tho
wide, possibilities uUectlug relations
between all countries of tho Ameri
can continent may bo tnvohed In a
Central 'American conference, call
ed to meet at Washington December
l for discussion among other things
ot a plan for limitation ot arma
ments. In Latin American circles hero tho
opinion Is expressed that the com
feronco might prove a step towards
formation ot n pan-Amorlcan associ
ation. Tho conforenco will deal only
with land armament, Blnco nqno of
(ho five voujitrlos Jnv(et lias a, navy,
Mir
Mma tnnnLL
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Woman Describm Pmbj
Murder to Authoritfw;
Two Men, Two Women
NEW I1RUNSW1CK, N. J., Oct.
21. Tho nimo of the woman repvt
nd to have witnessed the doabl
murder of tbo liar. Hall and Mrs.
Mills, choir singer, became knows
today. She Is Mrs. Jano aibson,T
widow, who with her son conducts a
SO-acro farm on Hamilton road,. In a
sparsely settled section sevsrat Miles
from here. '!
Beforo the harvest tin htr lls'ils
wore frequently entered at algi Md
robbed. Shortly before the doable
murder she decided to end this
thievery. Each night she lay In
wait. Nearby was tethered a sad
dled mulo for pursuit.
Tho night of the murder, she "s
said to hnvo told Investigators, ska
,was riding down Do Drussey's Ian
through tbo Phillips farm, when ska
saw In tho field the dim outlines f
'two men and two women. Attar
hearing some loud talking she heard
a pistol shot, and one ot tke man
fell. Then a moment later, four
inoro shots and one of the women
dropped. Tho man sad woman stood
over tho slain couple and the nam
ot tho man was spoken la horror fey
the woman. Mrs. Gibson then be
came frightened and rods home.
I. W. W. PLEASPUKWIP
Portland Judge Rafasea an Usata a
Peace
PORTLAND, Oct. II. Attorney
Green, for the I. W. W today made
a peace' offer ia tho jauniclpal court,
saying that If the city wonld atof Its
"persecution," the I. W. W. weaM
ceaso It efforts to Invade Portland.
Judge Kkwiill refused to consider
plea and proceeded to consider the
31 cases of tbo men arrested Satur
day. k.
CHICAGO, Oct. 24. All foot
loose members ot the I. W. W. were
called upon today In an appeal Is
sued by members ot the executive
board, meeting here, to go to Port
land, Oregon, and help win the waterfront-
strike. "
SHIPS TO STAY DRY"
Motion for Perouwent Injanctsan
AgiUBt Uquor Rubtx Dented
NEW YORK, Oct. 24. Federal
Judge Learned Hand today handed
down a decision dismissing the mo
tion of foreign and American ship
companies for a pormanent Injunc
tion restraining foderal prohibition
agents from putting Into effect At
torney General Daughorty's bono dry
ruling. Tho Judge extended (he
stay temporarily, however, prir'd
lnR tho steamship companies file an
Immeuiato appeal to the United'
States supremo court. Tho Judge
decided In favor of tho government
on all points.
PICKET WHITE HOUSE
Organizations Seek Release of War
Time. PrLioa
WASHINGTON, Oct. 14, Picket
ing of tho whllo house grounds as
protest ugalnst continued Imprison
ment of violators ot war Unto 'laws '
waa renewed today by Joint amnesty
committee representing the Mary
land civil liberties union, ' thei
Pennsylvania committee for released
of political prUonors, andtho civ
il liberties union.
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MAHKKT lUCPOIt?
PORTLAND, Oct. Ji. Cattl
steady. Focder hogs, 50c lower;
other hogs steady. 8htp, affga and,
butter steady.
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WILL 1GXORK VKHMCT .
FRESNO, Calif., Oct, 14, Dis
trict Attorney llalley saaouneed tkM
ho would Ignore the coroners Jury
verdict ot Justifiable 'Ueaslclae , ta
the case of eOorge arlow, whi
bod hi wife- to death.
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