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- Oregon: Tonight fait tad
cooler; Thursday fair and warm
er; gentle northwesterly wince.
" For the 24 hours ending 8
e'eloei this morning: Masi
mum temperature 62, nrini
num 56. Hainfall ,1 of an in eh.
; River A below aero, falling.
OWv TWAINS AWD Tit 1
FORTY- SECOND YEAR NO. 220.-EIGHT PAGES.
SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 17, 1919.
PRICE TWO CENTS
Cold Inter mitteh Showers
Add To Suffer k's Over
Devastated A l:tion
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; ' i Sinton, Texas,, Sept. 17. MoiL JfJtn 250 persons are
dead from Sunday's gulf storm and tidal wave, Mayor
Sparks of Sinton -estimated today. The mayor's figures
included the dead at Corpus
Nueces bay and Aransas Pass
Ten bodies were held at Sinton to
day. Four have been identified. One
soldior, . whose body presumably was
washed from Corpus Christi, was among
. All the unidentified bodies arc muti
lated beyond recognition.
Bodies of 28 dead, swept from the bay
near West Point were buried. Tr.eaty
nine others were buried at White Tpint.
' : Corpus Christi, Texas, Sept. 17. The
death list from Sunday's hurricane and
tidal wavo stood at XOi, according to
reports early today. .' - . ' " '
ten million to fifteen million dollars In
the five devastated conuties. """" ' r 1 '
Bodies have been recovered at the
iollowmg points: .
Corpus ' Uhristi, ol; Portland w;
; Aransas Pass, 6; Kocunprt, 7; White
Tn:l. 1)7. Dn..Un nT ' in. 0.1..m I
and vicinity, 9; Port Aransas, 6, and
ictt ana vicinit,y,
Bodies of 27 additional dead are re-voi-tod
he'd "t two ranch houses in the
yicinity, but this report had. not been
eo 'firmed. . " " 1
Former Mayor Koy Miller, eh.tfiinan
: of the relief committee which was or-
Chilling intermittent-rainfall today
-added to tiro sufferings of thousands of
; Military authorities, under command
of Colonel Porter, of Fort "Sam Houston,
. a - n it. - i - it .1 . . .
. proceaea with me worn oi cleanup anujf
uenns, wnic.n cnoKea sireeis.
Corpus Christi presented a scene of
drcarv, confused activity. Patrols of
T soldiers sloshed to and fro through the
rain "and mud. Workmen who had la?
; tared through the night, kept doggedly
at their task of clearing away the mins.
Now and then a littio procession bear-
in.tr a black and bruised body would
makn its WAV to the tenmorarv ni.. i'2ue
in the court house. ' Groups of, womtn,
. many with crying children tugging at
their skirts, wandered aimlessly tbout
the morgues, trying in vain to identity
,' the bodies of loved ones. : ; ,
Authorities were forced to deal quiok-
l.r nr,1. .tin bonlfnup Dihiattnn n m t sav.
era! bodies had to be buried immediate-
Along the gulf coast, alrp.anes
whirred tthrough the mist and luin,
skimming low. along the drift-strewn
sandy benches, in seMch of bodies.
Bloated carcasses of cattle and hcep
and hogs were strewn along the sabres,
or lodged in trees and brush.
The people generally presentod a grim
courage in the face of the disaster. True
to the traditions from tho pioneer Tcx-
V ..... (Continued on page two)
MINERS STRIKE WILL
Possibility Of Postponement
r --Is DreanvSLates-Fitz-.'
, Pittsburgh, - Pa-., Sept. 17, (United club, announces that the annual Marion
Press.)- Delegates, attending the con-jceunty corn show will be held the see
ference of steel workers in this district oad week in December. More than any
adjourned their meeting at 2 p.
lunoWon. The' conference will
sumed at 4 o'clock.
Chairman John Fitzpatrick stated no
"until nrobablv late tomorrow."
"PostDonemcnt of the strike of steel
workers is a dream," declared Vitz-
Patrick' after adjournment of the meet -
ing. "Further than that I have abso -
lutely nothing to sav. The strike ia go-
ing ahead as per schedule."
Commenting on the possibility of men j
oi tne transportation cnu 01 ine axeei
industry striking, Andrew Furuseth, San
jrancisco, neau or tne amenj ".
"Suppose,", sai'd Fuiuseth, "the de
mands of the men should be met after a
strike. In the meantime the supply of
. ore would have .been thut off and the
men would have no material with phicb
to work when tiiey would return."
Christi, the north shore of
On State To Aid
Acting upon a telegram received iast
night from the mayor of Corpus Cnnsti,
Texas, Govornor Olcott.this morning is
sued a letter urging the residents of
Oregon to rally to the relief of the peo
ple of the Lone Star state made home
less and destitute by the recent hurri
cane and tidal wave. The governor's ap-
nr m . w
rrnn frnm Ilia ofrirlfl Rnnln n-f Tt.lflM
Hundreds of lives have been lost, mil-
lions of dollars in nroDcrlv values have
been wiped out and thousands of fami
lies are destitute.
' ' We, who are blessed with a climate
and a state virtually immune from such
calamities as this, can have no idea of
the horror and suficruig which must be
attendant -upon., hurricane iwuL tidal
waves such as have swept a portion of
the largest state in tho union.
" 1 am certain the people of Oregon
will respond liberally to the appeal ror
aid which has come from' the south
"In order to centralize the relief
work in Oregon, I um asking Mayor teo,
L. Baker of Portlund to act as chairman
of a committee of three for that pur
pose. I um also asking W. B. Ayor and
Max Hauser, both of Portland, to act
with him. These men will have full
charge of all the details.
Oregon has never been derelict iu its
duty in assisting the afflicted ana the
destitute. I am confident that- H will
heed the present call.'
Titfsbarg Evangelist To
Address Conference Here
"Is the Bible God's Word" will be
J the subject of an address to be deliver-
ted at the First Baptist church on the
evening of Friday, September 19, at
the Virnt B:iptist church by Dr. Henry
Ostrom of Pittsburg.
Dr. Qstrom is not entirely. a stranger
to -the putple of Salem as about four
years ago he held a series of gospel
meetings at a tabernacle erected for
him just north of the high school build
This is the first session of a confer
ence on Christian fundamentals which
will bring to the city a number of
piomihent iBible teachers and leaders.
The conference will continue through
Saturday aud Sunday with nforning,
afternoon and eveirig sessions. The con
ferences are open to all and have been
arranged Jor by a number of local pas
tors. J. W. Troy, a gospel singer, will eon
duet a song service in the afternoons
beginning at 2:30 o'clock.
Dates Of Marion County
Corn Show Are Announced
L. J. Chnpin, director of the agri
cultural department of the Commcicial
other man in the countv Mr. Chapin has'. 1 ,. " , , ,.
.. . . - . v. , I from district attorneys and other offi-
been an advocate of corn for Oregon ., . , J c ,
j - , . . ,s leers responsible for enforcement ol the
and corn for Marion eounty and f rom '
year to year has given of hi Owe that I
grown , here as weU as back east. , Anc.
from year to year the corn shows have
shown better quality of grain as well as
; more uniform ears. This is due Mr.
, Chr.pin "explains, to the fact the finest
.exhibits shown each year have been
ld for seed. '
TO SUPPRESS THE BEDS
Melbourne, Sept. -18. A vigilance
COIllnli,tee of 2000 has been organized
in the city of Brisbane, for the active
suppression of all disloyal movements.
Orders have teen issued throughout
the state of Queensland to arrest all
persons guilty of bolshevism.
ill be deported. The recent
disturbances in Brisbane have caused
these steps to be taken.
Hoover Cheered As llaa
fitted To Itee ab i
Of Stated By i Engineers
Now York, Sept. 17. introduced and
cheered as a man "fitted to handle the
ship of ct'ate," Herb. G.i Hoover, for
merly wwd food direct r, was given a
rousing reception last niht at a Van
wet gi-'en by tho AniCt'icaa Institute of
Hoove rwde eoiaunt fardlng
tho iuin.t uctiini, He roofln-d h'nsclf
u di.'.cusi' .( con'.tiona is .reps pint
ing out the. absolute dependence of coun
tries on that continent upon Ai.evica
for food, credit and strength to develop
as democracies. ; '
Initiative Petition Filed On
Bill To Prohibit Use Or:
: Sale In Oregon.
Barring the. sale, use or possession of
cigarettes in Oregon is tho purpose of an
initiative petition prepared by I. G.
Frost, of Oregon City,- and filed with
the secretary of state today. The peti
tion will be referred to the attorney
general for ballot title, and if the piop
er number of signatures are obtained,
the bill will come before the Voters of
the state at the genera i election to be
held in November, 1920.
Tho petition provides that any person,
firm, corporation or clerk, servant .'or
employe of such person, firm or corpora
tion who offers for sale, barter,-exchange
o'r attempts to dispose of ciga
rettes in the state shah be guilt v of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction for
the first offense shall bo fined in a sum
not to exced $100. For the second of
fense the bill provides a fine not less
than $25 nor more than $500, a jail
sentence not to exceed o0 days, or t'Oth
fine and imprisonment. - ' : - t-.f-i ti.
.Ail court or tne state snail nave con
current jurisdiction in hearing casei in
volving the violation of this proposed,
law, and in all police officers, mayors,
sheriffs and constables is vested respon
sibility for enforcement of the act.
It will also be unlawful to advertise
cigarette under the' bill,. And persons
found in possession of cigarette who re
fuse to givo information as ta w'.iere
and from whom they were obtained will
be considered guilty of a misdemeanor
and subject to a fine not less thau $10
nor more than $25.
The aot, if approved by the voters,
will become 'effective January'!, 321,
as defined by. the petition, include pre
pared smokes, cigarette papers, cigaittte
wrappers or any substitute theref jr.
Salem Post Sends Four
Delegates To Portland
Convention Of Legion
Dr. Carlctoa W. Smith, Millar AloGil
christ, Dr Roy Byrd and Frederick S,
Lamport left for Portland this moinlng
where they are attending the annual
state convention of the American Le
gion. They represent Capitol Post No.
9 of this city..
Although the local post already hag
300 members paid up, the campnigr. will
be continued and it is believed that the
present membership will be swelled to
2000 by October 1. - Warning was yes
terday, issued, to piospcctive members
notto pay money to any persons other
than those whoare ablo to produce sat
is factory evidcrico that they are au
thorized to recoive funds.
Attorney General Asked To
Investigate Ads Of Drinks
Attorney General Brown has received
many requests during' tho past few days
to investigate advertisements appearing
'in a number of' newspapers throughout
the state, with regard to the sale of In
gredients for making "drinks" which
are considered qucstiouuble uudci the
prohibition laws. In most instances the
'dry" laws. ,
-MlU-VYeSl ramterS UeHUnd
"Sane Prices" On uiarket
- Springfield, I1L, feet. 17.-1 united
Press.) "We waul s;.. prices" re id
banners today in . the latest piuponed
strike that of mid west farmers.
"Sane" means higher.
The "strike" proposition, fathered
by the Illi-iois Agriculture association,
was in the bands of most mid west farm
association today. Telegrams signed by
D. O. Thompson, seeretai-y, chfjrg :. that
board f trade manipulation an 1 high
'east agitation had unsettled the liiv.iKet.
It was suggested that f- rmers hoid their
grain and, when possibl.v their livestock
for "a ane marLol.
REPLY MADE TO
Wilson Answers Questions
nit By San Francisco
STATUS OF WISH UNDER
LEAGUE BEHIND INQUIRY
Independent Action Of U. S.
mr ".i t ! iu iff .
neitner uzzza nor Arrett
ed By Covenant j
By Hugh. BailUe
(United Press staff correspondent) :
Aboard 'the President's Train Ap
proaching San Francisco, Sept. 17.
Answering questiots of the San Fran
cisco labor council! with regard to Ire
land's status under the peace settle
mentj President WUson today pointed
out that tho league of nations sets up
n forum to which all peoples can bring
any matter that .is .liable to affect the
peace and freedom; of the world.
Four queitionaf,were submitted to the
president by th 8an Francisco labor
council. These questions and their ans
wers lollow: !.
1 Under the covenant, does this na
tion obligate itself to assist any mem
ber of the league dn putting down a
rebellion of its subjects of conquered
peoples! -i. n ,
Answei" It does not. '
2 Under the covenant, can this na
tion independently ': recognize- a govern
ment whose people seek to achieve or
have achieved their independence from
a member of the league.-
Answer The independent action of
the government of the United, States
in a matter of this kind is in no way
limited or affected jy the covenant, of
. 1 . 0 . I. T. ' 1. ,. "''
-liie n-Bjjfue or rhuwib. .... .T r
8 Under th covenant, are those sub
ject" nation or peoples only that are
mentioned in the peace treaty entitled
to the right of self determination, bt
does tho league possess tho right o aov
cord a similar privilege to other sub
ject nations or peoples! - ' . .,
Answer-J-It was not possible for the
peace conference to act with regard. to
the self determination of any territor
ies except those which had belonged to
the defeated empires, but in the cove
nant of the league of nations it was
set up for the first time, in article II,
a forum to which all claims of self de
termination which are likely to disturb
the' peace of the world or the good un
derstanding between nations upon
which the peace of the world depends
can toe brought. ...
4 AVbv was the case of Ireland not
heard at the peace conference! What
is your position on the subject of self
determination for Ireland!
' Answer The ca9e of Ireland was nor
heard at the peace conference because
the peace conference had no jurisdic
tion over any question of that ort
which did not affect territories, which
belonged to the defeated empires. My
position on the subject of self deter
mination for Ireland is expissed in
article II of the covenant, in which J
may say 1 was particularly interested
because it seemed to me necessary for
the neace and freedom of the world
that a forum be created to which ell
peoples could bring uny matter which
was likely to affect the peace ond free
dom of the world.
" ' SPOKAKE TO AID
Spokane, Wain., Hex t. 17. Atting
Mayor Argall today Wiled tho simoon
gulf eitUs for details as to wha. help
is needed, following receipt of ippeal
through the LiuUu j'rcan today.
Th' first arrest fer vnmpln' occurred
t'day when Miss Poppy Moon wu i ar
rested fer raunin' down a soft duuk
drummer. "Xow's a dandy time git
a divorce fer failuie t' pervide," wid, Thrace is Greek and should be x'nH
Mrs. Lafe Bud, this mornin'. crcd by the peace conference.
Colonel Roosevelt Opens
first State Convention
Of Oregon Legion Posts
Portland, Or., Sept. 17. iWith an ad
dress by Lieutenant Colonel -Theodore
Roosevelt, the first state convention of
the American Legion was opened here
at the public auditorium this afternoon.
All of the 31 Legion posts in Oregon
are represented at the convention by
delegates. The main objects of the gath
ering are the election of state officers
and the selection of delegates to the
national convention, of the American
Legion in Minneapolis November 10-12.
The Oregon convention was original
ly scheduled for an earlier date, but
was deferred so that Roosevelt might
be in attendance. The lieutenant col
onel, who is credited' with the concep
tion of the organization, will speak at
rmblie mass meeting at the Auditorium
S01ESU IS GIVEN
Yotsng Man Convicted Of Rob
bing Bishop Store Sen
f Frank . boleslino,. one of the yjung
men who confessed to robbing the xiBh-
op store of about $900 worth of goods a
few weeks ago was sentenced this morn
ing by Judge Gcorgo G. Bingham to one
year in the state penitentiary,
An effort was made by Solestino 's at
torney to have tho charge reduced to
plain larceny. But a showing was made
that the Portland police had had borne
trouble with Solestino and that his past
record was not such as to justify ciem
ency from the court. -
Tho other young man who robbed- the
Bishop storo cannot bo found. It was
reported tit ono time that he had been
sent to the Oregon state training school,
but Superintendent .Gilbert . said . this
morning he had never oean delivered to
tho institution.- . , ;
When Mayer wa-aptured on the
morning of the Tobbcry, he said Soles
tino. had planned. the whole deal., doles-
tino told the same about Mayer. The
boys succeeded in stealing about WOO
worth- of goods and Wots carrying it
Orway m four suit cases whon discovered
by the police. Mayer was captured but
Solestino managed to cscapo the. offi
cers. - 'v - . - -
The young man by the name of Mer
chant, one of the four youths arretted
for the robbing of a garage at Wood
burn and stealing an, automobile, ap
peared before the court this morning,
claiming he was but 10 years of nge.
As no evidence could be procured to
justify his claim. Judge Bingham turn
ed him over to the Marion county juve
nile court. .
Wilbur Wilson indicted for; taking
part in tho Woodburu robbery, will
stand trial. Of tho otner two young
den charged with thfc Woodburn steal
ing, oao is. in tne county jau witn a
three months' sentence and the other is
out on parole with a sentence of one
year in tho pen if he again breaks the
law within this one year.
The two Cavanaugh toys who .-ebbed
the Hartnian jewolty store are out on
parole, with a- sentence or three years in
the penitentiary should they again
break the law within the three years.
Three Magazines To Leave
New York City To Escape
New Demands Of Printers
, New York, Sept. 17.---At least tlree
mngudnes of nation-nide circulation
wili suspend publication in Nc' Vork
and move to other cities to avoii! J?
:i.ands of New Vork union piintcu, ..
cording to a statement issued ncre by
Joha damf 'lana; in .xtary of the,
'cw York Publishers association,
one hundred and fift-lv,o othr per-'-!:
:nls are ready t KUfpend if wag':
lncieses and othei dcm iiids by the print
ers are insisted .;pou, it as nnn "iiiced
-he Periodiux ifultt Uf.t a.-', "l'lii.m
Businesses will be established in west
ern cities where the publishers "may
be free from the radicalism of local la
bor unions," Thayer's statement said.
Orders for new printing machinery
which was to have been instaiitd by
several publishers here have been can
celled, and arrangement!) started lo dis
pose of real estate hc-'c, accord:ug to
Senate Will Debate Over
Disposition Of Thrace
Washington, Sept. 1". The question
of the disposition of Thrace is expectel
to come up in the senate trei.-ty debate,
which is to be resumed Friday, follow
ing the two day senate recess.
Representatives of Greece have up'
pen red before tho forcitn relation to.ir
mittcc and protested against tho eefsloa
of Thrace to Bulgaria, arguing - that
San Francisco, Sept., 17. From the time President
Wilson landed at the foot of Market street today, until he
entered the St. Francis hotel, there was hardly a break in
the crescendo of cheering that welcomed him to the home
city of Senator Hiram Johnson, leading peace treaty op
ponent.'" . ;
Famous First In
Its Last Parade
WaahiiiPtonl Sent. 17 ( United Press
General Pershing today led, and then
reviewed, the rear guard of tho A. K. F.,
the First division, last of the twenty-
nine combat divisions to leave Europe.
The First, carrying lull equipment
wtih its tankB, artillery and houcs,
tramped through its last march up
Pennsylvania avenue over a path strewn
wtih flowers by Washington women.
As the commanders of the masseu bat
talions gave the final ''column right
the First swung off the crowded avenue
into streets and on to .c& billets to be
come a- momory along with other famous
fighting American units, A week from
now the division will consist of Only
2500 regulars. - .;
Palmer Declares Story Of
Packers Will Amaze Pesple
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 17, (United
PresB.) Forecasting t.ie conviction of
the Chicago packers under tho criminal
clause of the anti-trust laws, A. Mitchell
Palmer, United States attorney general
declared today in a speech that "the
story of the Chicago packers will amaze
"The wrath of the American jyeople
will compel 8 verdict of conviction
against the big five Chicago packers,"
ho doclared. He stated that evidence
will be presented to tlie grand jury
which will result in their Indictment.
Soldier Crusaders Will
Develop Palestine Anew
Chicago, Sept. H. "Falcstine w ill be
developed, industrially, by solditiH of
the Juwish fuith of General Alliby's
British army which entered Jcrusa'vm.
This information was conveyed to the
twenty-second au'.iual convention of tne
Zionist organization of America, in ses
sion here, by Bernard A. Rosenblatt,
president of tho Zion Commonwealth, of
Tho nrofittccr and "loan shark ' will
be eliminated in Palestine. . To elim
inate those evils, the convention decid
od to recommend that n.l land be uvned
by the state; public utilities bo uwued
by the people and private indus'ries
operated by the state; banks to in, con
trolled and operated by the state.
Brigadier General Bell
Dies At California Home
Heromsu Beach, Gal., Sept. 17. liilg
adicr Gcnoral James Montgomery Bull,
11. 8. A., retired, a voteian of tho Crn
wnf, Indian campaigns and the Spanish.
American war, died here today, t-god 81,
Gcnoral Boll wont to the Philippine!
in 1899 as head of the 2&th Pcundyiva
ilia volunteers and later ueoame military
governor of Luzon.
Wilson Contracts Slight
Cold And Remains Inside
San Francisco, Sept. 17. President
Wilson has contracted a slight cold,
mirnl Grovson announced today. His
trip down the peninsula scheduled for
this afternoon has been abandoned.
The president wili rest this afternoon
under orders from Grujson, his physi
cian. ' k' "
Vancouver Shipyard Plans
To Build Drydock At Once
Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 17.-Cough-lan
and companr, shipbuilders of Van
couver, today filed plnns with the gov
trnment for the construction of a huge
drydock in this port. Work will be com
menced on October 1. Coughlan's will
Mnilnur tn build steel ehips of about
1C.0UO tons capacity at their present
vards on False creek. V
Hoar se In
Mare street, rrom tne rerry" oinia-
lag to -the Civic. 'Center,1 war massed
with spectators - who- shouted, yelled,
clapped -their hands, roared through,
megaphones, , clattered. .cowbells, blow
horns and whistles, threw flowors, seat
tercd'tora paper in toe air and mate
high carnival of the president's parade.
. Wilson stood up in his automobile H
the time, - waving hi ' hat; Bia MsB
never faded. He loQkedas if he was en
joying it. ;...' ;- -, .
A distinguished delegation, including
Mayor Rolph, tovcrnor Stephens, Gen
eral Hunter Liggett, and other nota
bles met the president at Oakland. -They
went immediately on board m fer
ry and crossed the bay. As the ferry .
passed tivat Island, a naval station,
ranks of bluejackets pigmy figures ii
the distance could be discerned lined
up at attention. There was a puff or
white emoko and after a few seconds
interval the whack of the first shot of
tho 21 gun presidential salute cams
across the water, , , j .
ae sa sfe jjt t $
Corpus -Christi, -Txas, Sep;.
n.--Apparentlyi uninjnred s 9
rosult .of.'; a' fOysgt vvvet tlttf
storm swept bay in . a small
wooden box, a baby was rescued
hero by-workiTss " ' '
.A rollef paity- saw the box
floating shoreward and waded
out, rescued thd en'ld.
It Is being eared for in Corpus
Marines and sailors were drawn up
at present arms as the president's au
tomobile rolled out of tho ferry nonan
into msret street. Led by a band they
formed ranks ahead of tho presiden
tial automobile and headed the pre
cession. A swarm of secret wrvioe-
service agents walked beside Wilson's
machine. ? '
The demonstration started as soon
as Wilson was recognised by the pee-
ple assembled at the, foot or Ma. net
street. Tt grew stronger as he progrew
ed up the broad avenue, A few blocks
from the start, a man wun a rang rm
velope in his hand rau ont toward WH
son's car. Police turned him bach.
As Wilson's car turned into the eivio
center, school children who were mar
shalled there greeted mm witn tittir
school yells in which the nmo er
Wilson" evidently, had boen substi
tuted for the names Qf tho schools.
The . president appeareAi interested in
the gymnastics of . the oheer leaders.
Wilson,1 entered email stand in
front of the city hall. A great yell went
up as he was seen there. He remained
(Continued 00; page two)
WEST MAKES LIGHT
OF GRAFT CHARGES
Former. Governor Laughs At
Accusation Made Before
Portland, Or., Sept. 17. Oswald-West,
former eovcrnor of Oregon, today .aada
light of the report tnat he ana a is pari-
uer, (Jlaucto JBcuouocn, witn otuei
terested themselves iinaneially in tne
government's air craft spruce p.udue-
This was reported to have been tne
evidence of Lieutenant Kerrigan, an In
telligence officer, before the eongieM
ional spruce investigating commitlue in
San Frara-isco yesterday. It was sug
gested that West and McColloeh re
ceived 2400. .
"I earnestly hopo'that it is true,"
commented West. "For years I na
dreamed of being tied in on something
that was real money, only to awakon ta
the. morning and find an everdralt U
the bank. If the investigating commit
tee can get ine tied in on sometlas
Jgood, I wiy greatly appreciate its et-
ions., . ; -
And that is all West would say,