The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 04, 1922, Image 1

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Kuien, Ore
WEATHER FORECAST
TOMUIIT AMI TUIHPAV H.NOW
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FBI 1.1 SHI
Further SaviiiRa Depend on
Curtailment, President
Tells Conrcrcaa
WAI'IIINUTON, Hoc. 4.-l'ienl
ilfiil llnrilliiR, In irniimnlltliiK ill
annual inli'itii ImiiIki'I (ur tho tir-st
fiscal year. frmikl; told ruiigri'ss to
ilny Hint wlictiiur Uhti' wii to be
imy mutorliil reduction -In covorn
, ini-nt oxpindlturrs otnl In liuo In
futurn )iiro would depond Inrfisly
oil whether tlii'fo wim to to u rur
(ailment or expansion i.f federal aid
In llimi u( ri'iinfrli, imiunvemunt
and tlovclopmont.
I'lncliiK Km oitliiiiiti'd I'.overiiinniii
outlay In lir.'l n( 13,1 0,S 11,23 1, n
duenmso u( nbr-ui ir.oo.ooo.ooo ni
onmpnrfil wllli piilimit"i fur this fls-
H
.-! ..r. Pro.ldu.t iu,rd..,.: nlM,nK Ut) ,,.,, ,0Pll(rt,ri ,,,, , ,
ntti'itlittn Hint I 'Aii llilnll of tills tc
Int wan mi iieniiint uf prnrtlrnlly ru
ed rhnrcos, iiurli r tin. iulillr ili'M.
nailmuil di(rnn, ittiiKluii, world
wnr iillnwniin nnd (udi'rsl aid.
Tlior" ws lull. Ihi mid. nnly aboul
nan lillllim dollars In (linrct'i inlijcrl
l ailniluUlratlvi-ruiurnl niut nealnat
which, .lio lidded. Ilio ti'lri'nrhinunl
policy n( Hip ri'MTti'iii'iit liiul been
dlnriiHl
I'liilliri' lti'itiiitnii Sun
W'hlln Miiprrilr.; iho iiilnlnn
lint xoiih' (tiriluT rndtirtloti tin
dtiiblinlly would rifiilt (ruin a xo
nrr.inli.'itlun o( khhtiiiiiimiI iiiinli
llnliiniMlH on n iiioru tclnntltlr bantu,
lltf pri'Mdriit iiald t Itln hlnnn would
tint nfdet Midi mntcrliil rut In
opr roll tin nmli no oinild JiutKy tlic
pnigliin ol In u Inr a i'ipmhIJitjIiIi'
Imtciitni: of iirniditutrs in tlu
yrnni tnitnmfcrfln'r "r ',.'a.m'tnfs
l'iV
inil'j
Hon nf fmlnral aid, Iho nxrcu'tlVo'
ilori-d that Hiln w.uTi rapidly linn
rnlnR Jli'ld of rxplndllurc nnd that
lhiri wn a nuiMtltm uii to how (ar
Iho Rovcrnr.H'iil ihniild partlclpatn
In It. Mu nddint that It did not per
tnln In thu normal (uiirilonii ur op--r
it lion (( ttut tiutltu-K .of (I'.o kuv-
ITIlIlll'Ilt .
"TIimu slri'lUHilin iirlhltlim." n
lontluui'd. "hai. MiiwimI from lawn
nucti'd iurmiunt to i.vpiilir df
mand. and I tnkii thin orcanlon tit r
fur to llii'iii for Hmi purpiim. or uliow-
I ill; that Urn tnintlon which nfrrAinr- I
lly rimulin In priivldlm; fundi, to
mi'i't tlii'iu Ik ii iicri'Miiry Inrldcnl to
tho fulfillment of ihu popular do
tumid. Miiiis lli'iiilil CiiiiIi lliiiilniiH
' In tho I'ffort which li.'iv), btH'ii ill
rrt'lvd lo ri'dllclllR public mprndl
tliri'H, 1 liiivu licon miirli Indtiuiii'i'd
In appiirnnt IncruntiluK itnlo, I'Diiiity
nnd niMitli'lpal Inili'Mmlm-ai, mid I
am fuarful lt HiIh rondltloii may bo
In part ultrlliutnblo lo Ihu oxpcndl-
lurcK iiiadn by ihu r.iivi'rnuiont pur
Niiiuil to Hi federal uld law, u.n
in. my of ihi'HO atnlo linvj ri'ijiiho
Miitu coiitrllmtlniin iin n prii-riinilnltn
to thu oxtunnloit nf fcditriil iilil."
Thu mimmiiry of tho InidKct for
l'.iSI iiH, kIvuii to (-onKnmi hIiowh mi
iiHtlmnti'd nxci'ini nf rt'culpis uvor o
pciidlltircH iiuxt yttnr uf IINO.UH'J.
12.', n h rompiired with mi fHtltuciti.il
dofuclijif l2T:i,!i:iK,712 for this fit,
ml ymir. Tho pri'sldont wild, how
itvur, Hint ho was hopu(ul Hint tho
ii'KlmntVd duflrlt for I!i2!l could ho
ruduciid In tho rotinliiliiR mivoii
monlliH nnd Hint Iho rlnno of tlio
year nnxt Juno 30 would tdmw u bal
uncoil account.
OltCCOX (il'.TH Ijl7l,.tl.1,lll
IX XATIOXAI, III'IKIIIT
iA8inlS'hT(ii, Pee. l.-KIVoVu
mid liiirbcni osllpin.tif jiiibujltU'd to
conRroMs -oilifi" )y anuy ,iiiytliu;prii
cull for $71. filtf, 1 1 6 ili'n Inslyvar bn
r.lnuliiR Jit,;,,!,, 2J. f .
f'oos lly, lOrcjtilii, wftuld i,el $2,
210.000, liKllldllttitt tho rtVj'rin ri'tty
lit thn oufr'ifllrh'Vr.tlrt.o'iflf.'il'Dijih Jet
ly .H5,0ti,''.uaintiinanco' Mo'Jn
nml Now Voi'kVvlll,Ot0:- (.'iiifci ilor
ja.OOO, Ysqti'liin. liny nnd jihtt.V
liso.ooo, i'iifpfliit Vlvor 27tr.rsop.
(,'uliinibla tlvcr nnd trlbitluilci'
nhovo Cullln Kallu to Sniiko ilvnr.
$i:i..p.no. Hnaid) rivor ?i:i,no, Co
lumbia mid l.owor Willaiuiillo boluw
Vuncfiiivor mid PnrtliiniMSt ,700,000
Inclttdliu; $l,ooo,000 for now work
dllio couHtnictliiu mid now ilrcdco
mid $.00,000 (or miilntimuiiru. Wll
liimotlo hIihirIi f2tl,:ino, ciutukmilo
i Ivor $ li, 1 1:11 , WUIImuutlo rUorubovo
1'iiiiliilid iiiii Yuinhlll river f'l.iloi)
Kl
Oomji
on
SUji? 3Eu .enttuj
I am.khi'p ii,i,i:iai, ,th
,. or ur m.i'x iw.ax aiu:
it to i.ocai, i'iimci;
WAlllllNCTON, I).c. 4.- Al-
'I 1(':'''1 "l"""1 "llM ""r""""! I"
H. Kn Kin Klmi (nil m II hlu
i Milieu' iHillt'ii powers mill llin
I fiiKtil tllnti' hits mi Jiirlnill -
j Hun iivcr liiiIi iiiuttiiM. Attor-
i iii-y iiKiinnii iMURliiiriy tunny
I jiifnrmml t'onnliir Wnlnli, di'liio-
'?'" "''-' .'..(h..r-
ly nald llinl iifnr n ynr of In-
I veiiii:aiiKi tin. department of
Jurllm li in boon iiiuililii In rilnl
i n lii(ln iriso bringing Him ur
fc.nlul'oii w. Hiln (I'dcml Juris- ;
' illitloii.
FRANK B. RILEY OF
NATIONAL FAME TO
I PPTIinti' nrnr cnflM
UE.U 1 UKC IIIUU. SUUiN
-
Spf.il.rr It Known I'rimi Consi In
I'iiiiM iiiid N Itnd'il At lllglirtl
I'.iI.I In Iflllttll HlilllH
Almost I'vcry ono In Oregon
know Prank Drench llllcy by ?0
uliilioii Propotilotialily fiw, how-
ill ft I tl'l'lit Iljl MtirtHIr III rill V lit luilr
fililillmi uf tin mfitrirttv iiH lln. tunal '
Klfh-d spnakiT on tlio Alilt'rlcau
platform today.
Tl.rrcfnro The. Ilcrnld ludli'voi
tlint It In mukliiK n truiiii'iidouily
Importnnt nniiounrrmont when It
nnnm",c('a "Mt ,,e,, Mnny nlsht.
, I'eromlmr II. Prnnk llr.inr!i Ulley
will drllvor hlu unllonnlly fnmoun
Ivftliro. "Tim l.nro of tho (Ircnt
N'orthxTMl" nt tho IMne Troo thoa
Irr. HpnntoHit li) CloliH otnl I'uprr
ntlcy li nrhi'dtilrd to npisik noxt
week In Medford unit Ashland, and
an npni datu In thu mivintlnir,
iniikt.i It pomlldo fur Ktnmnth Pall
to .curo hl npperniice. Tho lee
turf In pouorid by tho Hillary
I cluli. tho KIwanlH rluli nnd Hip
, Kvriiliii; llcrald'vlu nro RiiaMtitcc-
Ttiis Hi (Innncltt nurriMi. . '
Whllo Itllry In Rrlppi'il, hoart nnd
roul. In OrrRon nnd tho nnrthwent.
and tho nronlont Individual factor i
In Us dovi'lnpiiiont. It Is n peculiar
fact Hist ho U better known to eaut
ern mtillinccs tbaji to Ihoao of tils
own state.
foiiRri'.-t llrnik Spo.il.cr
Aiinoiiucoinent of a Krnnk liraurh
Itllry loci ii t u la HUtllclrnt lo (III tlioj
larRi-iit auditorium In' any of tln-1
oastirn il(lo. Ilo Is tho ono out-i
sldo spobl.i-r whom tho two houses'
of Hid i;nltcd Stuto.s concres con-1
Vlillt'll 111 ll.llll h..kJltf.(. I.k li.L.P l.f.rl t
who oiithralloil stnlosuit'ii whoso
IhcH liau been npulit In an atmos
phere of oratory.
Ilo I rated ns Ilio highest paid
lecliirer of Iho day. Tho Northwest
Tourist bureau paid him 110.000 for
u series of 100 I act u res In oastern
rotiterH, J 100 ii lecture, and innld
eiod It a profltablo bnrr.nln,
Hits lli-como I'.immis
In spreudliiR thu fiiiio , of Ilio
northwest, Itlloy Iiiik himself become
fmnous, but, paradoxically enough,
ho Ih iiioro fammis, and hiiuwn by
Hlr.lil to more people. In iiny dniou of
the stales east of the MIimIwIP'iI,
than he Is In Oieconf ' v ' '
Ills b a life of service, mid ho has
developed u por.ionallty Unit every
0:10 should ho iiriUaliited with. In
rIWiir Klamath Tiills mi opportunity
lo form such mi iiniiialninncu, Iho
HpuiikorH of tlui Itlloy lie turn nro
certain that they nro iiorfoniilnx a
siirvlco that will ho nppreclated by
tho public.
3 ARRESTS IN RAID
Piillio Muho Sin ci'hsf ul Haul
lluiiso in I 'inn Hi mid O.il.
Puior QiiuvllKmi, Olo Carlson mid
Ted I.owh woioi nr,roMtci)(ijnd lij,,
iwei'ii iiiur nun tivo Kanmis nt allon
ml ii'iooiisiilno ronflrcatoTl by., phlef
Pollrp- .Wilson nnd Pntrotiijiui Jp,
l-aijjiililln In u raid Saturday livening;
aijp: n '.hoitu'e nt Fourth mid 6ak. Tho
.nifnwjl' probably bo nriiitgued In
,11111 uatU'o ciiiirt 'today.
CHXTHAIi ItKITIII.ICS MIIKT
W'ABlllNtrrON, Doc. 4.-tltoprr-tiuiitiitlM'H
of Hiiiitoiuuhi, HomluriiH,
Salviidnr, NIciiriiRiiii mid Costu ltlcti
not hum toduy under tho prusldtncy
of Heorotiiry Ihu; I urn to I'linslder
iiu'usui'oi looking to tlio fitrUiurtiiiro
nf ponoo In (,'oiitrul Amurlcii mid to
uoRotliitu ii treaty for tho puritmnnnt
vriiutnt Inn of hidr motunl rolatlonn.
KLAMATH
iEf MSElF
IffTB SHEW
Drives 50 Miles to Bend to!
Tell of ICilliii' Compan- j
ion at Summit i
m:.Sl). . .Mr. Mnlicl Nlrh.
'In, 23, i;uo lidiolf mi to Hlu riff
i Itnlicrta lit 3 : .'J 0 KAturdny nlturniio.i.
worn and llrud nftrr n SO-mllu drlvo
' '"'"' Hum.'iilt tni;o ktRtlon, miiitli or
!t.a, , KL-miatli county. mynr. Hint i
nt II c'rlotk tlinl tiKirtiiiiK alio liul
and KIIIhI ilulicrt ilrrcr, u man
nliout id, wlili whum lii' linil boen
livinir
"U'.i ImM- Ijccii iiioeiinlilnlni: and
tie tlirciuctiiul to lirliis hid In llcnil
nnd tiiko nn into ;i Iffu o( nlintno,"
llit U Hid lo have tnld Uhi'rlK I'.o!)
crt, tiroallilimily.
('inliiiiil I'uinl
"I Rratilrd' III tdstol nnd elii.t,
lint mice. 1 ran. I didn't ro hack.
Hut I'm turn ho wag dead. I Jumped
Into lila ninrlilno oml drovu full
pnpd tn town."
Tlio ktaca Atntlon l at n lnsoly
point. Su ono lived in Ihu limtu'dl
nto vlrlnlty pxcnpt the mnn and thu
wi-innn, wan wont tlioto ilx wcid;
iirii friai Kllunstiurn. Wnsli., Ihi'lr
(urtiicr lipmo
Tho cvioncr ran iiruparlBB latp
thi adcrunou to ad to tho stntlon
to learn l( (Ireer really U dead, and,
tr to, brine In llin hod). Mm. Nlrh
id.1 will ho hold moantlmp.
(Iri'or linn n ninrrlud daiiRhtur.
Mrs, It. i:. .'iml'h. who rmldoii In Kl
lonnburit. Mm. Nichols liait n &
yunr-olil duiiKhtor nnd n kUUt llv
Iiir In Beutllo. hu mild.
Sheriff I,. I,. l,ow. Coroner Karl
'liltlocl. Dr. II. I . Hicw.irt and
tlordnn Qui in by ihl inornlnR loft fur
Cronrunt whi ro mi autopy nnd In-
iiili-tt will ho hold tomorrow. Mr
Mcluls will probably Im hroiiRht to
Klamath I'ulU. since tho shni'llni;
iii'curri'd In HiU county.
U. S. HOST AT MEET
Smith AiiH'rleim (iutlier At Wash
ington for Cnnfi'ix'iire
WASItlNHTON. Dee. I. With the
I'nlled Hlnlisi nctlui; as host, the
eonferenco if t'ontral American re
publlci bugaii here today ntnld ex
priHslons n ronfldesru Hint thu dis
cussions would Inaugiirato new
era of peuco and stability. S-oero-tary
llughiHi, prcsldliiR. vvlcomed
Iho ilcleRutes, Haying thu I'nltcd
States' only aim wn-i lo nld thu five
nations represented In solvlnR their
Mrobloms.
AN OBLIGING FERRYMAN
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Vv I LET ME "IWCE YOU
rA WMS. OVER. I V-'ANNft
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Member of the Aosocinicd Press
1'Af.t.H, OHC.OO.V, MO.VIMV, PKCII.MIII'lt I, IIKKJ
Here's Proof S'tkllife
' 1 1 ; -' I , nr
jtnt " tjVl a . iliHmJ'Elkw
mk n MBHr i
Don"; let anyone ii-'i Santa lnt real. OlflclaU of Waxhlnpton,
I). C. Impo rccor.nlicl him K rt C'h ef Watnon ordered Santa Claua to
hnvo liU lii-urd flrr-pn .( to in n-ill flot bo burned solni; down tho
chlmnry. So thn Ur. in n r. epravlnt: Santa.
U. S. NAVY SECOND .
TO NONE, PLEA OF I
SECRETARY DENBY
riit-l SIm.uk Hnuutjli t- .SiiujH.rt
Ainciliaii I'ullili-x 1 frj;"il
In Annual lti-Hirt
WASH INCTOX. Dim- I . Kt.ncr.
al naval polley providing for a navy
"Koccnd to none" mid stroiiK enouRh
to support Amerlo,i policies and
eot.inierce mid Riinril American ciin-L
tliionttil and iirtriH potnoMlons
wm laid down toiiny by Secretary i
Denby In his nanus: rei.iort .to h- i
r.ress.
Such a navy. ih secretary said. '
should nnd could bo maintained I
within the provisions of the naval
limitation treaty. He added that al-! TWO O. A. C. MEN HERE
thcugh the present a.ival otabllh-l
moot waH deficient In lertnln tpes, , H. A. I.luilgreii mid U J. Allen Will
suih as fast cruisers, alrcr.irt crills- Ak-Lst- lM-nl Officials
era, suaKolntc siibmarluea and air-, -
cr..ft. ho would make no Immediate ', . A i.iniiRreni aimM husban-
r.commendatlon for nddltliinct ap.(Ir). ilH.clalIsi. and I.. J. Allen, ns-
proprlallous beraus.. of the present ' ,, s(att, ,.Iub Iwik.r of the 0rc.
iiikiiuiii .uniiiumi "i ipb ivanirj. goa Agricultural collego, arrived
Aibiilon D.ielopol j hero Saturday eealng. UndRren
AmotiR the nccompllshments of hlw, a8''"1 -' A- "enderson, county
department during the past year thel nKt""' '', '""'""B meetings In the
navy secretary recounted "tho deol-lalffcr('nt -""munltloj. giving lcc
opnient of uvlntlou an an Integral I l,lrc " ,1,u i.UnK and care of
part of tho-fleet." dhewlon of ni1,0K,, e,c- Allt'n w111 alJ Krank
Krenter percentage 1-1 repair work to S". county club agent. In get
Kowiiamont l"tleus, Increased ,I,,K ,,u MttenM clubs llnud up for
I thu coming year. They will spend
(Continued on r.igo C)
Herald
r S sTMf Mi-i
EASY MONEY FOR KIDS
Moo' .Sloio Will llrilcciii (iUkiii
In AiU nt I'lw (,'ciiIh Iviirli
I Kldi. hero's a rhsneo to Ret hold
, of nomo Christmas money!
I ('iimmnli,lni. Tinrl.ii- .t.l mmm.
...... ...n .M-O..M, ,. 1.UII-
Uniting until Saturday, Inclusive, .ie
ndvur'.lsi'tnents for Moc's store will
contain coupons which will bo re
iloenicil at tho store for ftv6 cepts
each, cash money, no strings attach
ed to the offer.
Whllo tho offer Is primarily for
children, no limit Is placed on the
number of coupons which may 1m.
Hinmd In by each Individual. No
purchase Is required! Just present
"'o coupon. proporUr filled In, and
RL'' tl10 ""'
most of this week In tho county.
MOUNTAINEERS ARE
SAVED FR6m DEATH,
BY CAp'tRED DEER
Wild AiiliimN lllaVnrrl to Drng
llrcnk Trrill riir Mx Mm
Hack to Clv'Ulznllon
qUINCV, Cal., Dec. 4, BU Call
ornln mountaineers, caught by an
early, heavy snowfall In tho high
Sierras, captured twelvo wild deer,
harnessed them together with ropes
and belts, hitched them lo an Im
provised drag and broke a trail back
to civilization.
The men worn working early In
Novenber building a summer ramp
at Hold Lake, a point far up In the
mountains. When a heavy snow
storm camo up unexpectedly, they
found themselves with oaly a few
provisions and without snow shoes
or skll.1. Help could not rcacli!yom,
they knew, before scroral days. '
lender Made Hklls
Ktovo Jcxiola, the leader of the
crew, Immediately set hhout making
sets of sklls for himself and his
men, using such lumber as was avail
able. In the meantime the snow
continued to fall until more than
five feet covered the roads and
trails.
On thu second night of tho storm,
a herd of deer, fleeing before the
snow, sought rcfugo In the camp.
(! rasping tho opportunity, I'czxola
and his companions herded the ani
mals -In one of the uncompleted
rooms.
Tho next morning tho deer were
harnessed to a drag and the six cast
aways, mounted on home-made sklls
and hanging to tho drag, started oft
towards covillxatlon. The deer were
successfully guided until they had
broken a road through tho deepest
parts of the snow-covered forest and
ha'd arrived almost at the edge ot
the table-land where the road starts
down out ot the mountains.
Anlnuils Get Sugar
There the animals were treated to
the last sugarln tho, men's supplies
nnd wcro turned looso to return to
the forests. A few hours later the
men, continuing on foot, met a team
and sleigh loaded with supplies,
making slow progress up the bills to
tho camp.
TO CONSIDER KLAN
GivernorH Will Discuss Problem nt
Annual Confereucu
MADISON. Wis.. Dec. 4. The
"problom In government created by
the rise ot the Ku KIux Klan
throughout the country," will be
brought before the stato governors
ot tho I'nltcd States and considered
by them at their fourteenth annual
conference to bo held In White Sul
phur Springs, West Virginia, Decem
ber 14 to 1C, Miles C. Ulley, secre
tary, announced here today.
(ovcrnor Henry J. Allen, ot Kan
sas, whoso attack on tho Klan In his
stato has attracted wldo attention,
Is to present n paper toa tho state
executives on "Tlin Ku Klux Klan
Tho Problem It Attacks and the
Problem It Creates," as tho basis of
consideration.
ATTEND CONVENTION
J. J. i-'ui-brr mid Wm. Me.Wuly Del
egatos lo .Sacramento Mect
J. J. Furbcr and Wm. McNcaly
Sunday morning left for Sacramento
whero they will attond today and
Tuesday, tho nnnuul convention of
thu Association of Western Oamo
Commissioners. They wcru elected
dulcgntes to tho convention by tho
.Klamath Sportsmen' association
and will take up thu question of
bringing gamo across tho stato lino
Into Oregon with view to huvlng ac
tion taken to bring an end to this
problom.
llt'TU'K XAMKD J L' STICK
, WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. Nomina
tion ot l'lcrco llutler, St, Paul att
torney, an associate Justice ot the
supromu court, failed ot confirma
tion by tho senate today tn close
of tbo extra session nnd renomlnu
tlon In regular session was made
necessary. I,a Follette, republican,
Wisconsin, nnd Norrlu, republican
Nebrusku, objected to Immediate
confirmation,
MAItKKT ltlM'OUT
POUTIjAND. Dec. 4 Cattle weak.
Hogs, steady, l.amb weak, sheep
steady. Kggs 3c lower, buying
prices 40c to 51c, selling 53c, to 57e.
Iluttor firm,
'aj.
O' V
f'Mv:
sMilk
-. Jsi!
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OFFICIAL PAMb
KLAMATH COUNT? AIJ;
Ur KLAMAin fMM
a p$i
Sole Interest of Sttt' to'
Prevent Delay in RU-",
way Construction ' , ik.
i i
i,
WASIUNOTON, Dec. 4. HI -".H.
Corey, Oregon public servtca jjelB
mlssloncr, appenred before tiW In
terstate commerce commission' todiy
In tho Southern Pacific hearlnj.'js'd
explained the state's sppssl fir'an
order requiring, western road's, ;t
connect lines through Centfai Ore
gon. Hd Indicated that ralno"rols)tfi
In tho Southern Pacific a-plJcit)Si
to retain the Central Pacific 'nihil i.
It granted, endanger tho O'flsn
building proposals. ' .
Corey agreed with Fred It. WMd,
counsel for tho Southern PaHt,
during tho crojs cxamlnatloo, tii't
tho sole Interest of Oregon ljjW
controversy was to prevent- s-Mr'
rassment ot the constructtbnvrds
Jcct. He would not agree, howi(er. '
that the creation of an Indepekldnt
Central Pacific system would Ct'i
bar to his construction desires, btt
expressed the opinion that sucYtSf
paratlon would eventually work' 'out
satisfactory from tho Oregon view
point, t
Tho chief point, Corey said, wbkh
tho Oregon commission desired vlo
make was, an agreement of thersl)
road systems concerned In such'-sftsn-ncr
as to allow construction 'to- 'gito
cctd. . .
TURKS REACHING OUT
Comlcte Coatrot sf
..a..- r. f1sTn-V J
.19sni A tlTsir TIslii Mill
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UAl.'Ut-.M!iUv4Uec. 4rClssf ;Ji
Dardanelles to an waniins tiri-pi
Turkish and giving Turkey the rlM
to fortify the straits, was adrotsle4
by Foreign Minister Tlchltcherjtl! of
Russia at today's meeting ot "til
Near Hast conference. Ismet Pasha.
Turkish delegate, asked absoluti
Turkish control ot the straits with
out demilitarization.
CONTESTS ELECTIOljIv I
T. X. Snook llrlngs Action in Coin
ty Court AgiUntt it, C. shrk- ,'
Action on the petition tiled with
tho county court Saturday by.T. N.
Snook to contest tbo election of JR.
C. Bplnk as Justice ot peace for tb'n
Chlloquln district, and asking that
a recount ot the Chlloquln prec'net
bo made, has been delayed ' nnd
Snook may amend bis orltInt.' (-
tltlon and aslc for a canvass oi.au
tho votes in tho whole district.: In
this event Spink may file n counter
action.
(iltAXD JUIIV COXV
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Tho grand Jury for the December
term ot court met In secret sesfljoii
this morning at 10 0'cloc.k. 'it.U
expected that they will be bus'ijdr
the sreator part of this weok.'!'ss
there are a number ot mattors'fnV
Investigation. At tho close otUhV
sosslon tho regular panel wlll'tdV
vene. , ,-t,yf
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WASIUNQTON. Dec. 4, Six -
dltlonal suits Booking to recowr.
ot $29,000,000 were filed tBMf'
against cantonment construction
contractors ln tho east, south nnd
middle west.
WKATHKU I'ltOllAUlUTIKH
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