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TWO MORE DE
CHICAGO RACE RIOTING TODAY
Shnntinrr nf Afn Pn p . ALDHiMAN J. S, AUSTIN
onoottng or negro Boy tuts resigns: council win
SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1919,
japs cOf :g up
Itl OLD MEXICO
Lite Toll Of Disorders
At Total Of 27.
Chicago', July 30. "WilliiS Moore, 15 year old negro ih-it4 at the Monday evening
shot and Idlfed today by .hite . woman living in thefc ... .
Chicago, July 30.-Willi,
was snot ana killed today bv .trhite woman living
black belt. It was the twentjiventh death in the race
IMnfa UThink Kama. l.AU CI 3 H A i. , - .
"'""i wgaii neie ounaaj - aiier a twelve-hour lull
mere were sporadic outbreaki -jiday in which several
""-o WitV WC1C lilt UI CU. Tj
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mo jwemysixttt death wai recorded dar ia rndr in ui i' !, swin
when Bergor Odman, white, met umbed i trootrg already under arms here in
to injuries received Monday night. ' quelling race riots that- have claimed
Meantime increased patrol in the ' l loart ' deaths in the last 36 hours,
"black belt" held its inhabitant to I AlUu'nt General Dickson, who ia-
PRICE TWO CENTS
Visit To Orchards of Keizer
Section Shows Fruit Yield To
Be Far in Advance of Forecast
CW TK.UNB AND Sw:f
ELECT SUCCESSOR SOON
The city council is not through yet
with elactitig new uUlonuca as Mayor
Otto J. Wilson yesterdar received the
resignation of J. S. Austin, alderman
trom the third ward. A auccessor will
one amall outbreak in which a white of
in-er ana an unxnown negro were
wounded. The negro had (lipped out of
bis nome toward a grocery when he wan
rushed by four whites. The officer was
injured when the white men ictrcated,
tiring unsteadily at the negro.
biguty-tive negroes and seventeen
white men were, under arrest. Man
will face murder charges. Several were
puked up by offietrs who saw them in
the act of killing. Prisoners included
eleven uniformed ex-soldiers from a col
ored regiment. Two wore the' croix de
guerre. They said they were a "sort
of militnrv guard."
Chicago, July 30. (t'nited Press)
(Fourteen hundred additional militia
men were ordered to Chicago early to-
Former Idaho Official
Accused Of Misuse Of
State Funds Asks Trial
Boise, Idaho, July 30. United
mates Marshal LeRov C. Jouea, served
with a demand by tie stnte to make
Rood $25,000 in license fees and fines
vmacounted for in the state tfnmc de
partment while he was state game war
den, will, through his attorney, ex-tw
ted States Senator Kirtlnnd'l. Pericr,
" demand an immediate trial on specific
ehurifcti stipulated by the state.
This announcemert is authorised by
Mr. Perky, who stftcj that 'all t!i in
formation Jorus eas relntive to the
charge is what was contained in the!
i'ernial demand served upon him to make
reparation and what he hus rend in the
newspapers. "We iutend to fore on'
erlv trial and demand a bill of particu-i
.iHis, sni Mr. Perkv. The charge
agitinst Jones was filed n a result of
su audit of the books and afeoiints In
expert auditors employed ly a Wisla-
sued the- order to the Ninth and Tenth
Illinuis rogi merita," asserted he believed
the occasion will not demand use of
tne troops In fighting.
I wo men were killed duriug the
niijht. One of them, 'an unioViitif ied
negro boy, was attacked while ridini
a bieyele. Ho was staUbed, shot more
luan a aozen times and died after po
lice rescued him from a burning stake.
Kerosene had been poured " on his
The other death was. that of Ira
Heurr, forty, negro, who olic wtid
shot and wounded Patrnlm ntl Wnltay
All -of the lnaior clndien hk w,n.
fiued ta the black ibelt; outbreaks in
other uarts of the citv Wern Rnnrmhc
and of minor nature.
18 Polioemen Shot
Sixteen policemen were shot and
Home of them seriously wounded while
perrurraum their duty in the negro dia
trie.ts, 4'olice Ohief Oarritv and ' Mtivor
William H. Thompson believed today
the criii, in the riots, which began
Monday night after negro bathers hud
own imiea away (from a bench usual
ly occupied by whites, had passed.
I He council this rear has had oret-
ty tough sleddiug due to resignations
and removals from, th city. KaJph
Thompson of the sftcond ward resign
ed as his business with Vlck Bros, will
necesarnt his residence in Portland.
Oeorge K. Halvorsen was elected to
H. M. Roberts of the fifth ward
handed in hut resignation a few months
ago and was succeeded by Gerald Volk
former aimvnnan ot Wichita, Kansas,
and retired capitaUst. (t'red J. Smith
got married and moved out of ward
one" and Harold Hagvr w elected as
Then Mayor C. E. Alblu removed to
Philomath and Alderman Otto J, Wil
son was elected by the council as may
or. To succeed him. the council idni'ted
Wallor f Buchner. who had formnrlv
served -on the council. Sow with the
election of a successor to J". 8. Austin
nest Monday evening, the council will
again be complete.
-Nr. AusCin is now in Berkelev. Osl..
whore he will lbs joined bv his family
within a few weeks. They expect later
iu un in i,oj angeics.
Senator Fkka Sap Assri-
caa oemag Bectase risr-"
DEFINITE MJCY d
PROTECTION IS llGe
Action To Meet Esgksd's At
tempt To Abrb Oil Cea-
(Continued of Page Sovcn.
Knispel Fails To Leave
Country; To Be Deported
.-'an Francisco, July 30. Released six
weeks ago from a federal intermens
eamp ,ip0n his promise tliBtiie wnuM
leave thP United States wtihin four
weeks, Julius Knispel, German radical,1
.a ui n-uurai oiiiceis here for de
portation. He was arrested i.nnn o,I
vices from the department of justrc.
juai uiur no was achedu ed to s.l,lro.
Cooler Heads Seek Referen
dum Of Streetcar Men
Chicago, July 30. (United Press.)
Cooler hi ads among officials of tho lj,
0UU striking streetcar and eievuled rail
v;i.y empluyes today sought to take
referendum vote to dutoimiuo whether
ne city a transportation system ahull
coi.ltuue to be paralyzed.
T T. ri j . .
ninau, luiernatjouai treasurer
of tbc cm men's union, asserted he will
take stejis immediately toward fomplej
ing the referendum vote. The hasty ac
tion iu calling the strike early vester-
iday withooi au hour's notice to the pub-
By Raymond Clapper
' (Ciiited Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, July 30. Japan Is bu
ing up the old Interests of Americans ia
Mtxico, who want to leave their hold
ings because they feel they re insafli-
cieutly protected, Senator Phelan. Call
forma, declared in an interview tday.
I'neian made this assertion in urging
this government to take a strong hanu
to Mfegiiard American riehts south oi
the liio Grande. (
"In view of the critical oil nituntion
ed cutablishment of a policr bv Great
PrKaiit to absorb the oil of the world
both :b the United States and out. if
p jssil.le, our government, as r, means of
niu .in.l protection, should take a posi
tive s'and in Mexico and see that Amur
tci.n interests arc protected in the mooi
emphatic and conclusive way," Piielan
Jiclnred. . .
"Japan is buying claims of discour
t.ged Americans in Mexico who do uot
hope for any protection. As soo- a.,
this uovernment vigor6i,s!y takes nn in
terest in the aaatter, Anjericnns in Mexi
co will be given renewed encouragement
:n:d t!ie United Htntes will be able- ,o
liie.ko up deficits in Its oil supply.
Ihis ia a matter of so much im
portance that there should be uo delay."
A jsuat eut in the big fruit section
ia company with Inspector Van Trump
is bound to be interesting and enlighten
ing, for the inspector knows the "lay
or shout every orchard and fruit tract
ia the county, and appears to have
speaking acquaintance with the iudi
vidua! trees. A recent nip through the
ivouser bottoms brought to light a num
ber of faets M to the conditions of the
crops mis season. Most important is
the fact that the fruit crop of 191 is
far ahead of the early estimates, with
the possible exception c prunes. Some
of the finest prune orchards of the
county ire ia the KeUer distiict and
trip through these shows a very fair
crop oa many of the trees, with no indi
cations of serious disease conditions and
a promise that the fruit will be of fine
The peach orebwds iu this district are
making a good showing in all varieties
excepting the Elbertas, which are bad
ly affected with curl leaf. One of the
finest tracts visited was on the Seymour
Jones place, where there are about 400
young trees that will yield an average
of two bushels to the tree. The greater
part of the peach crop has been bought
up on the tree, bringing in the neighbor-
hod of 160 a ton. While this seems a
small priee compared with the retail
nrice of box peaches, the growers con
sider it the easiest and most practical
method of disposing of the ciop.
Home of the finest loganberry fields
of the county are located in the Kciser
district. Mr: Van Trump pointed out
one small patch that had beeu given in
tensive cultivation and was Yielding at
the rate of 8 tons to the acre; the ban
ner tract of the county. A walk through
the Chapman yard showed a huge crop
hanging on the vines after four weeks
of picking, and a prospect Of going tea
dr.ys longer. Mr. Chapman estimate!.
ais crop at from 4 to 5 tons to the
acre. And this is a fair specimen of a
berry rield m the district.
A number of the orchardists have
shown wisdom m alternating walnut
trees with their fruit trees, top grafting
Mayettes and Franquettes on biack wal
nut stock. These trees are doing finely
as to growth and the tcn-yesr elds are
putting on a fair crop of uutK
Kvea in this favored section Inspector
Van Trump pointed out how the
orchards were taking revenge oa the
growers for their mistake and neglect
He states that not ten per cent of te
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apple orchardists are properly earing for
their trees, and the results are showing
up in tho sort of fruit they are sending
to market or allowing to rot on the
ground. He eontenda that thty slionld
either put the orchards on a paying
basis or else grub them out and utilize
the land for other crops. He notes that
hundreds of peach trees are barren be
cause they were not properly sprayed
for curl leafj that many tres are dying
because planted la the wrong location;
that tons of cherries have bee a lost be
cause proper precautions were not taken
On the I.achmund place an interesting
10 FEED FIRE
Cbsgresdcual " Cosmles Is
Mi 100 Machines fere
of DSTRucncn v;c:
experiment in orcharding ia in progress, i duct sf the war.
Sergeant Says Aircraft Li
Good Ccsfi&a; Onfers Is
sued Uglier IV
By Fran J. Tsylor .
(United Press Str.f f Correspondent)
New York, July SO. A "aslllios dol
lar fire" In which more than 10 air
planes in first class rondition are alleged
to have ben destroyed in France, nndet
orders of American army officers, was
the eenter of today's investigation by
the Congressional sub committee an eou-
An old peach orchard has been topped
and the stumps stuck full of prune
grafts. These are developing finely tnd
in a year or two he will have a made
over orchards at comparatively small expense.
FRffl INSIST UPON
BED. FORCE CLAIM
(Continued on pago three)
.... 1- L. ,. i .
,u viiui interment camp,
inlipe! practiced law iu Portland for
it while, but was disbarred there. Ho
ive eommltte. authorized " ""'m tn. laterniient eamp
investigation, into all state d ,-!
aieiits. ....wnere m tne United
1 Mei, according to federal officeii.
socialist meetinir here nn Lit, o....i . " uu "iter reiusine a U7 cent
Soldiers' and Sailors' AitP
Fund To Be Early Depleted
By Heavy Demands Indicated
A statement Ih been issued by As
nistnnt Van Winkle of the attorney gen-
rat's office, calling attention to cer
tain points in the soldiers' mid sailors '
educational aid bill, particularly to the
fact that while no appropriation is
nvailnble f.,f claims that may be de
veloped through its operation, there
need he no hesitancy on the pnit of in
atitutions i'i enrolling stndeuts fur the
full term, since nil such claims mar be
isiirtated l.y the emergency board and
the certificates of audit and .illowahee
Postponement Of Visit
To San Francisco Means
Qiasge In fleet Program
8an Francisco, July 30. The twelfth
naval district headquarters here Is mo
nientarily expecting word from Wash
ington regarding the new itinerary of
the Pacific fleet, following Secretary
Iamels' order delaying arrival in San
Frauciseo to Ans-ist 20. The program
f'r the trmada during the time of its
"., .i naa nico, August 8, and its
arm! here is awaited with
will be become assignnble and will draw
interest at the rate ot 0 per cent f.om
date of issuance until funds are avail
able under the special levy to tukc iheui
Entirely apart from the opiaiuti and
statement from the artumi-i- ....nn.
ffflce, it might be well for the public, j 'ter the first dny of the strike
th" h-il 1"""",l)!e ror passage of scattered policemen and self appointed
.. , . uucipaie ui vaiicties of omcers attempted to guide tue street
.....rrMraPni mat may grow out oil"" of people. Bteam railway statists
vibration or tais very benevolent re crowded to overflowing,
and well-intending measure. I ' 1
r.a',hf 'ir;f pl'fC'i,."1'' -ump. 'President Confers Wiffi
isia-id said ,waj cause by 30' rniiicals
among the union men.
W. It. i'ahon, international uiesiden.
whu arrived in the city this morning,
recomineiuls tho men accept the wage
scale offered. Further cnimil.pf.rmii in
me striae situation were assured tudav
when employes of th Aurora, hlgin anil
r'l.:.- i . ...
rice.iric roan vote to strike
wore than ir.,00tl additional workers
will be forced to walk or u&o auloino
bilts and stisni rosds, it was estimated.
Appeal fur 200 citizen soldieis iu uni
form to help handle traffic in the down
town section and other congested cor
ners was issued today by the citv nub-
j lie safety department. During early
uours today trslfic went as it would and
numerous accidents occurred .traffic po
licemen having been sent to the riot
F.very conveyance was used for carry !
ing to the business districts tue 2.jO.OU0
workers, steiiogiaphers and clerks.
Trucks, cabs, express wsgous, and other
vehicles were pressed into service.
Traffic tied itself into scores of Oor
diun knots when crowds started home
' Robbers Hold Up Gambling ,
House And Frisk Patrons
Oakland, Cal, July 30. Holding up
sixty-nine patrons of a gambling bouse
lour unmasked robbers early today ae
cured vnre than $1000 in cash and jew
clry aud escaped in an automobile. In
steud of giving pursuit, theii victim-,
fearing arrest for frequenting a gam-
bli- g house, fled.
The robbers worked very systematical-
I). While a fifth man kept the auto
mobile in readiness, four entered the
building, flourishing guns and lined all
against the wull, took 12000 from the
tables, then thoroughly seuiched the
meu lined along the wall, threatening to
kill any man who attempted to escape.
MStaqr .Enforcement v Of
Leape Decrees Sought
tioi of the fraiaers of the bill ts wt.
or tbe general Dublie. that it ,-,i ...
peal only to those returned seddiers and
sailors who were in somewhat (t might
ened circumstances; but fr.,rn letfers
that are eoming to the heads of insUtn !
nons ana to the state house, it is evl
dent thst vst number of young men
are going to rearrange tin i, Fn,.,,
plans so as to take advantage of that
-'5 a month. Officials eloselv
Four RepubHcans Today
Washington, July JO. Preidut Wil
son todsy called four republiiau sena
tors to the White House: Lcuroot of
Wisconsin, Billiitgham of Vermont,
Harding of Ohio and Fernsld of Maine.
Tomorrow the president wiii see Sena
tor New of Indiana first republican
Last Of Combat Divisions
To Start For States Soon
Washington, July 30. The First di
vision, the lat of the American eonv
bat divisions in France, will commence
moving to base ports for the trip horr.e
August 15, with the exception of units
retained to make up a permanent force,
the war department wai advised to-
By L. O. Martin
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, July 30. Should the
senate fall to ratify tho French defense
trenty which is now before the foreign
relations committeo, militarists in
France will insist that the league of na
tions set up a general staff to direct its
military operations, and create an inter
national armed force, according to oppo
sition senators today.
These aenators asserted their belief
was based on information reeeived from
Paris. Senators who made this vlu ra
tion are hostile to the loag'tc and tbe
Kven with the special treaty, they
snid their advices show there is a strong
demand in France that the league be
strengthewd by giving it armed force
to sustain its decrees.
The foreign relations committee will
begin open hearings Thursday on the fi
nancial and economic phnscs of the
peace treaty. Bernard M. Biu-ucii, the
first of four experts to bo heard, will
As nn indication of the hrono scope
the treaty discussion is taking in com
mittee, it was learned tonay that one
senator has proposed 72 amendments or
The Smendment that will be proposed
for Irish independence has been diawn
up, it was learned. It provides that Ire
laud, the Philippines aud Korea shall
The committee, ' which yesterdnw
delved nto allege,! cruelty to America,
nrmy prisoners, abandoned that phase
of the investigation temporarily to tnks
np reported destruction of army proper
ty nnd waste.
100 Planes Burned.
Witnesses, testifying regarding tE
"million dollar fire" by which th
incident is said to be popularly referred
to in some arm? circles said it sc
arred in Solombey-Les Belles lust Ma,
, , , T , ' , . - The hundred r more machines, inctnd-
Los Angeles Cal., July 30-Blchard j, Liber( , nwoa a(( B
lucent Dny, leading coast lnmhnrm.ni
Richard V. Day, Prominent
Coast Lumberman, Is Dead ;
nnd president of Day Brothers Lumber
onipany of Portland and New Orleans,
died at his home hers yesteiday, aged
(Continued oa page Vhirs)
Quotations On Liberty Bonds
New York, July 30. Liberty1 bond
S'j's 99.54: first 4's DOS, second
4's H;i.2j first 4Vi's 9J.N0; second
Wt 's B4.10; third 4V, ' 95.10; fourth
4Vi's W.14; victory 3 3 4' 99.90; 4
3-4 's 99.3(1.
I big forest fire has broke out in
the timber between Ix'hanou ami Crab-
tree and It is reported that a number
of homes in that locality are imperiled.
Kaiser Not WfcDy Jsscecl;
Copenhagen, July 80. "It will ba
sh own before tho state tribunal that
the former kaiser was not wholly in
nocent of the rcspomshhility for the
world's convulsion," Premier Bauer
declared before the general assembly,
according to a dispatch frday to tk
Bsuer advised the aem!y it was
not bcwji to discuss Wilhcbn'a conneo
tion with the conduct of tha war.
"If you do," be said, "the kaiser,
whom yon loved, will net com. out
1 4,000 Acres Signed Up Or
Pledged Growers Association
hereafter be regarded as independent na
with the itu.ii.m ....,... .i . . , imemt-r of the foreign relation, commit
than swio Orego, boy. will want to take) ,0 "ntn Wi,,h,!,i"'' t ,
advantage of this provision, f-ome who! '. " fu-1 ,iom"r a,(ui
nave gone to other states wiil
of this aid.
L-rrst inter- ere in vie
I Had the framers of that sum, !..
in arrival here is due tu cost-1 1 ;, . .,
nre from V ahingt.o The ,.ost,ne- ,ad confined the appropriation to those
rnert will ,,iake the fleet', entry here 1 soldiers who were aefusllv ,B Jd7f
s.i-l more impressive. y a,a oUi.hU .s.irtae, nd the list of i'nstitution, to
s this w,!l enable a number of vessel, thlJW earrring fundamental and voca
V '"," tn. Pacific fleet to tionJ courses. A, it is ,tl,e ba.s are let
j"m Admiral R .1-rsa floating -t-n '
,,1!"!- j Cant!aoed on page tw)
chairman of the democratic national
committee, would call at tne White
House today to report on his trip
through the west.
Arrangements are being made to have
the Pacific fleet at San Francisco wiser,
the president arrives, the iatiir part of
Augut so thst he msv review it.
i. AO fill
Ife Bud is wcaiia' a new bat be
won by bettin' th' aurllenr rmilii ln
P. 8. -XWAoab of Seattle has been th' decision in th' Wil.rd-Issmnwv
"air.ed Far Kasiern man.ier of the fiiiht. If some folks iibH i ,k..
isrner rteamsip line of .New York, business thev must git thro
He will sail for the Orient August 7. quick.
RaZway A(binistraicn Offi
cial Says Portland Not
Although the Oregon Growers' Co
operative association has been organ
ized only three weeks, there has al
ready been signed up with the associa
tion H(K0 acres, with 4(MK) already to
be signed any time arid 2000 aires in
the Hoseburg district, making a total
At oiio time there was some doubt
as to whether the Koseiburg growers
would line up with tho efforts being
made by tho leading growers of the
valley for cooperation. But at a meet
ing held n few days ag in Roseburg,
the stock holders of the Unipqua Val
ley Fruit Union voted on the proposr
t urn and ordered their directors to turn
the plant over to the Oregon Growers
By their action, the growers in the
Unipqua valley have joined with the
growers in tho Willamette vnllev for
cooperation. The 73 or more members'
firing with them into the association
from 1NOO to 2000 acres.
In addition to the Koseiburg grow
ers, the association ha neured a large
tonnage of prunes from Polk, Yamhill
and Douglas counties, and with other
acreage, coming in from day to day,
directors of the association fcol as
sured that by Kept. 1 fully 25,000 acres
will be signed with the new organisa
This is more than half of the fruit
biaring acreaad in the' valley. A( the
Masonic Temple, with Prof, (. J. Lew
is as executive manager and in sharge
nf the publicity work. He is chief, di
vision of horticulture at the Oregon.
Agricultural college, and, is giving the
summer months to the advancement of
cooperation for Oregon growers. '
The object of thn sxsociation, Mr.
Lewis says, is to stabilise- prices, elim
inate speculation, embalms land value,
and credits and to place before tEe
world advertising that will anak. Or-
gon products known everywhere-, aot
only to the wholesaler, but to the con
sumer as well.
It if felt among tlfe growers sf th.
valley that Oregon's choicest of S'ruits
nnd berries are sold under California,
labels. To combat this most unfavor-
(Continued on page three)
It A atflterv a t I a tuuiAm i n ir
.,v ...., .u,7 jbetter kiKtwn, many growers of prunes.
Press.) Declaring that Seattle's walnuts, cherrin. and ncsr. .r. comins
premscy over Portland in shipping was1,,, 0ffij.e t ;i07 jtiisonie Tcmnle-
due to the fact that Seattle businessjand signing tin.
men are more wide awake titan those
of I'ort'and, L. C. Gilman, assistant re
gional director of the railway auvtinis
trstins, gave the first setback to Port
land's pb-a for a rate differential yes
terday afternoon before the interstate
commerce commission in the federal
Oilman took the stand for the Wash
ington side at the completion of the
i rons examination of J. P. Newell, con
suiting engineer for the public, service
commission of Oregon, who attempted
to show tln.t Portland was the logical
point for wheat farmers of eastern
Already Halem, Eugene Scot's Mills,
Roseburg an'rl large acreages from Vim
hill, N en berg, Unrest Groves ' Dallas
and the Smith Umpqua have signed
with the association.
In order to make known general ex
isting conditions of interest to grow
lers the association has established an,
official organ, to be known as "The
ib-egiin Grower." Under date of Au
CONFIDENCE OF GERMAN
. ASSEMBLY VOTE SHOWS
(Continued oa page three)
Weimar, July .10. (United Press.)
Confidence in the Ebert government
was voted by a large majority ia the
German national assembly today.
By a vote of 243 to S.l, the assembly
defeated a motion censuring the govern
ment, presented bv the party of the
The bill creating a state tr.bnnai to
try persons responsible fr tn war ks
reached the special committee which will
consider it, it was announced officially
today. The tribunal, as provided ia the
bill, will consist of prominent German
jurists Lnd historian.
I Foreign Minister Mueller declared be
i fore the assembly that the jrcvernment
Jfatored giving publicity to the circum
stances attending the conduct of the
gust, 1919, the first number has ibeeaJ 10 "coixiuise asuwi.
issue,! of four pages. But it is announc- j London, July 30. The German cabl
ed thst the next and following issues net wiil be reconstructed in a fiw day.
will be of 12 pages, with all articles with Count Von Bernsturff succeeding
written by experts. j Herman Mueller as foreign minister, a.
The Oregon lrowra Cooperative as- Exchange Telegraph diapatek fro $
soriatien has established offices at 307 lin ttutci todar,