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1 ' University Library Huroiic, Ourou iMif. 0rr s,f m ; OUf ituenmg itirrt WEATHER FORECAST TONKIN I' A .V I rilllMV, I'.MIt, ' Hot'TiiKiii.v winiw Snys Russians D i! 'I nn ( 1W" . I Medcri: Member of the Associated Press LLS . f k . i&v U, - .' ijU ' Klflooull. Vein-. Vo. H7l. -L- . mm SLAVER MUST SEHVE 1 0 TO LIFT ? Verdict of Guilty Returned by Jury Against Mrs. Clara Phillips I.O!l A.NOKI.I-M, Nov Jii - A vor illrt of murder In the s.cnnd ilnr wus returned hy (tin Jury t to 25 .. Unlay uKlnt Mr-i (Mora Phillip. .harRed villi lirutitiK to ili'.illi Mr Alberta Me.ids Willi t'.-t in tiHT HenMire will lie Imposed ni'il Mon day, lli penally liotiiR liiiiriniituiii lit from 10 cl.r In lite Mm. Mi minis k' nillltll.it.il hod) was founil iilmiK nliln it rn.iil In Hi' . outskirts "I l.n Aur.eles, .Inly I IjsI. Tviul)-lniir hour later Mr I'llllllixi husband loin I In- li(rllf hi wife Im.l t-nnfossod llnil she iill.uk oil Mr Meadow, mill lliut she j oil her way In I.I I'.inn She wits arrente 1 ut Tucinn Mm Phillips ihI.I Mr Meadow lllll.llltOll liillnui) with her husband An Insanity ili fi'iinr wim nUn Introduced. FRESHIESjGET ORDERS Kneo I'nnl. mill lllli Mnsl lie Wni.i Ml Initial). ... I'rl'ln) A KM -I drill f)f Interest In being tbown dy llm lucmhcrH of iln dllfer rut I.IrI. school classes out lln re ception In ln Riven the freshmen lit Urn I () O P Imll Friday iilclit Mini r.f llm Interest Unit linn bom. roused umnnK tlir freshman ri.iss I llm result of thi' announcement inedr In assembly IliU iiininlnK "' llm MrIi ch.-l Hint llm Irishman bit) Milt ln ri'iUlnil In wear knen pant, blha, iiml In brim: paddles Tim froahuian glrla will be ri'iiulrcit In wear ll.rlr linlr down, wear green hnlr-rllibi.nl it ml bibs, unit will mil lio allowed to linn uny cosmetics, mirli ns pun ill r, (mint, eyebrow p"u illn, or lip elicit Dolus Mill" chairman of I lie lultla linn louiliillti", nUn niinoumod thai any liny nr Klrl who does not com ply with ilii""n ruin! "lit regret II before lln evening N The. tUl iif freahmnu In to tin cheeked will, llm froilimnn Unit tiro present ut llm reception unit those who are not present will In' gUen rfpeclal In vltutlim lirforo tlm mm-mbl) unless ' lliey have a Kiillalilo i'eiixi. Tho i'iiUiri' lltor.iry knclniy, enm in'J of tuotiibiTi of ttm m'tilor cIuhh, U lnuy iiri'imrlnR IU rnli'rlaliimenl which nlll tin hIpii ul tlm rrii'P linn. It la I ho flmt cntrrtaiumont nf tlm four "lilili wll Im Klw-n by llm four llti'rary ncletk'H llil m'lii cmrr. Ktu'h rl.ma roiroi'iitK n no cli'ly numi'il 11CI1T llm rlimi An the prlto (or tlm Imil 'will hi mi i'ti lorliilnmciit liy llm faculty, tlm rn lorn urn ili'tornilni'il In innkn It tho licit n( Hit year. Prnin tlm report !' Itic arlon ininmltU't"! unit lippiT-cliiKniiu'ii who urn tinny with Ihi' pliiim, thi' ri-ciip. & linn iroiilM' In lip onu nf llm bcul t t!tr Bhi'ii. SEAL SALES PLANNED I'li-llr IIchIiI. AMMwlMllun I'nimre for ('l.rlslni Mr ho Completion of plans for tlm an nual sale of Ulirlslmii seals, which In Klamutr cuunly will i.r.iIu ln un der tho Nuporvlsloh in' Mrs, (I. A. Krauso, tuKuther with llm woiklni; nut of tlm l.iidRot for thu . omlnc, year, won. time prluclp.il subjects taken up by llm new executive board ' nf tlm Klju.utl. Couiiiy Public ' lloufll. iisHiicliitloii lit', llie ri'Ki.l.i.r iiioetlm; Tii.'Hday nvcjiW. The local ichpoiiMri in Ihn sale of Christum seal lias f alway been Mpleudld, us Ihn piihlje U hmiIUIiik the. resullH Rained tiiVi.UKhout the 1 Hluto hy tho OreRon'TuiteicViloslH us noclutlon, paitluulnrly i.mniiR the rlilldii'U, II wus tirnURli olil,il 'lljo' 4 ineetlnir. Lmtl yeni' tl.'o niile lioro far oxceeded axticctatlpu und thu iissoclutlou Is anxious that tlm amount rnls.nl this year Hhall loach ulmllar flKUie-, Oolinty Nuiso Lydltt Krlcko to ported u total or 'i cnao.i under her care durliiK tho past mouth. Of theso l!l were luborriilnslH cases, 1S worn diseases of n Kenornl nutitio mid three worn child wnlfurn cases. L. L. (InRhacnn Im rlrilrniuii of tho U. P. MOTION FOR A DISMISSAL OF S. P. APPLICATION DENIED rutnriKi'l' I'iih- Will ('nnlr In Ili-nr-liiK mi It MciIIn llrforc I t'miml'"iliii Vn. JI WAKIIINdlON', Nn 10 Tlm' i i ' ttiTnt lit n jitiiliifirii i iinimliinloii ' ilnlili'il it nililli l of tlm I nliii I'll jrlflr rnllrn.ul In illniiilHH tlm iippll lintlnn utilcll llm Hnutlmrii I'arlfk- ininpiiny lian nin.li' fnr iln tctnilli n 'nl tlm Central I'nclflr r.iilrn.ul pro pTllri It miw nprrnli-i The (iii'- lion nf tlm i'('ltlnuntlnii nf llm Kniilh j in II I'.liiric-Cnsilinl I'liilflr liHTKi'l, I nhlrli luii lici'ti niilcrcil itlnnohi.il hy llii' mipri'liii' (oiilt. will iinw kuiii' tn n ImiiriiiK on Its incrltH lii'fnri' tin' i full cnmmlcilnn 1 tll'xiillltlnll l'nli(illi'il llm ilUnolJllnii nf tlm Hiiullmin I'm Ifli'-C)' ill.il I'urlflc ininlilniillnn .will lie Ha)i'il tt'nipiir.irMy at li'ani , If III'' llltl'MtlltP CCIIIIIIMTI" (Olllllllll ulnn RritilD tin' 'ill''.-llnll wlilrh llm Snutlmrn I'lirlfli ininpuny liaa inaili' unit imilir wlildi tlm rnninila nloii miiiiIiI I'li'trliii' Hi millinrlt) Klti'll li) MillKriTH In hrlllK lltinllt r.nai'rnl rallrnnl inlntnlliliitlnli In ulliiw lliiim Iwn i iirpiiralloiii tn re main iinltnl Tlir I'nlnii 1'iiilfli. n inmpi'lltnr nf llm oilier H)ilelll. filed wllll til" , romiiiUiilnii 11 mnllnn (lialleiiKlnc Dm power nf tlm lllleutate rum-i niene loliiliilmlell In Kriinl any Mull liiiplli'jllnn an tluit preieiilnl tn II. I . HiMilim Sin. ui Tin' intiimlimlnn Tuemlay. In ilcny ' Hir llm million. Kin' ii"H" thai II jwoiilil lint ileilile tin' (ilcillon nf Hn j Jurlmtleilnn nr lt p(wcr tn itriint "CURLEY" CONVICTED , Imlrmnid mill llirrr Olliont I'liunil (liilll) mi llnU Miiiim' lliarue O .1 C ( tirle)- I t nderwnoil. J well.lnowii In this city, .i man call j'd Spec" mid Iwn wntneii. Mrs. I linen I'hapmnu mid Mr JiMsn Monro. I were cnnvldod ul Vrokn yestordiiy I on a charRii of nmductliii: n bawdy I rtiiua l Weed, accnnlini: to Hherlff Low . Tlm four wore arrojtod In a raid at Wood roio.illy. Klmrlff Low waH( culled in n ilinraeter witness m m , trial 1'iuli.rwniid waa III trouble wllh I the offlcluls Iiojo on iiumr reus oc- tensions, and at leiiRtl. he transfer- ,iim nppiu .iin.ii ....... ii -." TIlP rrri'nt pli InRrapli Irom i.nRiuni sn .11.11 ui.-n- i . i-- nnnnlilnn nartles In the relchitas - - .. ....!!. .it.... ....all II 1. .1 IihiiI . . ...... as t. .i. 1 mi iniaili .. , III.. i.ldenii' In the w hnle r.iae The , ,miriiewa belwreti llnliur Law prime ininlm-r nnil hi predecessor, i.injrii . ' I W W ' whole mailer will Ihrrefnrc .o.im! G-ntR... The) Mill h.n.' th.m tor n frlen.ll thai .lurlliR th0 hrol of tho , objected. 1. W. W. ..... for henrlnn November SI. when campalR... ."" !""''"" " - , wn! TAKE . III I I WWWMWMWWWAeAWWWWMvv M..,- ..... , rClirKUIIIMIUI'll lit '- " .irsil. .... and nrKunmnt will bo I ..-.-4, rApTIVF. STOLE WATCH. CLAIM ' has been In contemplation for sev-, pEDRO . iiurii i inii-ii-riini f - ..-- - 1 . t ! red 1.U i.cllvltles to Wiotl .Mrs . jiiura Mapmiou inu.i mmu. ... Chapman wai often soon with him nitirrer to Indictment njrstnst W hero. The fonlonce Imposed was tint ' II Kinrlck, chairman nf tlm count ascertained, but It was understood ' nK board In I'recluct 201, In tho that It wculd be from one to 20 (y primaries cl.arKliiR fraud. Tlm jears decision means that Kmrlck will bu I Sheriff Low will le.i- tomorrow ' for San Kranclseu In Ret I'airlck ' II. Illshop, ulloRed bad chec't artist. , who was apprehended by the S.in Prnnclsco pollen, Illshop passed 15 'or 20 had i hecks on local men hauls, It Is iiIIoroiI, IoiinIiir town wh?n he (leained Unit tlm officer we.o on , IiIh trail, MURPHY AGAIN HELD lileek. (Imruitl Will. Annnl"K !lrs I'iiIIn tn Isi.ie cny CharRod will. i.iino)liirc ynui.R Rlrls John Murphy, a Greek was slated for Justlco court heal Iiir this afleruumt. Murphy was an est oil by the pn- i llco November 2 on a viiRraucy ihiirRo and ordeied to leave town by tlm follow Iiir Sunday. I lu failed tn obey the order. Further com plaints reached the police and os terduy he was ..nested by Uepuly Ambroae und held In Jsll In lieu of S 1, 000 mall. linestlKallou of the charRes were made today by llm district attorney's office. WKATHICIt I'ltOIIAIIII.l'rir.K Tho Cyclo-StorniRriiPli lit Under- wooilH rnar.ii.iiv kI.owh that the p.oHHi.ro ha fall en Hlowly durliiK Iiir thu pust 'ii linurB. While not yet In llm Hlnrnt area n fin titer de cline would Imll onto tho npiuoiH'U of another disturb unco, Forecast for next 24 heurs: Partly cloudy and warmer. Thli Tycos rocordliiR thermome ter roRlhinred maximum und mini mum lompuraturos today, as follow-Hi irinl. ... - H i Low a : 27 HIA.MATII TheltFriendly Enemies : u. .i Knur Heijr Hinn nf MI.ieiipiH 1" Held by CliliicM' lUnillls " I'KKIV. Nov K. -Knar lVrp llreen of Minneapolis." American missionary of the Lutheran church, and his son hao been kidnaped by lundll In llenun prmlnrt accord ,- reports. AltoRolher eii.pl..) ed at n lumber cnmi. nnrC. . ers, IlielinlliiK two'nf this . liy. Ho was l.ookel ou a j Iiir to Hankow elRht fnrnlRti Americans, nro now held captlxe. --.-. Tn RF TpiFn blYit-KHI- 1U Lt-t 1IIL.J ll.i.iuir.rs in in.lliiiueiiu iheuiilnl in i:ii'iiion rriiini (u TOIITLANI). Nov lb -Circuit I tr(,,t j i 'srsrsi- - ' v - ir l S rAI,I.H, Oltr.OO.V.Tlll ItKD.W, Mil ;MIH.'II Id, I fK-'U. - - i.1iiirlil rnmlltloiul to which the Clull- TiMUer, ., , Ciiiii.lalnl nf .1, Am-'lril M. UiWit on 3. w. nrrosted I'urlli Tucker. . .. . . i yeslerdny nil a complaint tiled by J M. Maker, who charccd Tucker i stnlaJfrim him n watch mid clul.il valued at J1T.0 v.-i.le tlm inn were, i lnnei'jy charRe with lull fixed nt,th Dr. Wlrth' deslro to extend 7".u. which lie was trln;: to raise loday I I Tn TAKF YOUNfl BRIDE ' Alii.iliain Cli.ulo). .11, Will AWil I"- Vea.-lll.t li.illai. Ml-s i A nmrrlaRo lliease was Issued ojienl..y to Abraham (barley. 51. nad Miss Marian H..v.d. tfi, both In- iIIkms resl.llni: ..t Cl.iloriulii. Pl.nrlcj i n member of the reservation po-. llco force. IT WENT TO HIS HEAD iirFfiMMTTJiRT '. victm fm ! THRUM 5l William Cunc of Hamburg Line Succeeds Resigned Chancellor Wirth I IIBUM.V. Nov 16. Wm. Cnno, Kcnornl manaKCr of tho HamhiirR- I Ait,frlrnn klfntllhlll Hnp. llAK i coptcd tho tank of JormlnR a new ' cabinet to succeed the Wlrth mln- latrr. U wan unofflclnlly announced , today. j The cabinet of Chancellor Wlrth realpned Tuwday, after the United ! MiClnllut had voted not to partlcl ' pato In a coalition ministry, which Included members of the German ' people's party. Cham cllor Klurt lll'JI 1 Or Joseph Wlrth Iim been chan cellor of Germany since May 10. 1921, when lie took the head of tho 1 Rovernnicnt on tho rcslRnatlon of i KonKtantln Kohrenbach. Tho Wlrth cabinet tendered Its reilRnatlon on October 22. 1921, but was re-formed I with n new personnel, headed b) ! Wlrth. two days later. Kor some time Dr. Wlrth faced i troublous time, owlnjc to his mtn- Istry's proRram with rcR.ird to pre ' ti-ir.iilnm. the stublllzatlon of the ! " t. .i .i.. -n,.,i nonnnmir nniia I 111.11 n uii.i m- f,v...... . -- - - ; ! oral weeks, but the sttimbllnR block was encountered In nbtalnlnR a worklnR nrrannement between tho socialists and tho people's party I I President Kbert lust Friday author! . . ..-1 lied the chancellor to enier mm i 1. -..-. -i..il-. Mlfi tl.n! immeuiaio nrsuiwiu." - j ","lf" of h, varloU8 partI" Jn ,h0 r..l-li.tir- ullli Ihn niirnose of InauR- " " . . i iirnrini' arnn u.r i mi siia i nil hd.i ,. f r iititr !-- " - ----- .- .. Ion of the cabinet.. The action ..... i.-.-l Of tho president was in accuruanto (he basis of his coalition ministry. with n Mew to increasing us par- llamentary prestlpe. The nulhorlv- tlon had been deferred until the reparations commission had con- eluded Its Inquiry Into the German situation In llerlln last week. M.MtKKr UCItlllT rOllTLAND, about steady. Nov, 1C Cattle Hors nnd sheep steady steady Krrs firm, scarce. Hutter Wheat $1 15 to '$l.i 7. i?1-M " iJvAlI) . '.vtVCWJAW . 1fV TS TPTk',-tf" JWKWbil The frlRhtcned eyes of this S yeyr old boy had Juil seen his fath er. John Andrews, beat his mother to death with it section on an Iron bed, according to the story told tho MorrLJtown (.V. J ) police. Th0 boy Is John Andrews Jr. one of elRht children. Andrew dcnlw his son's statement. CALLED TO PART IN SAN MARINE FIGHT p,if,. ,t,u Wol.l.lle (insh In I5 . uncle Port; Ornanlsent ri. .rroteit v n...M . . . ... ... .. ...... umii.iuii, .ov. m, inn inuim- trial Worker of the. World ecu- ... . . .. i tlvn board today Issued a call ror nil lori-mnie nmmoi.rs u. pruevn. ... C. 1.a.I.a tl.n nnrt (if f.na Anpelos. .! .... , ... --.. to participate In tho struRRio be- ,wfien n, police and members of the tnnrltio transport union, tho I. W W. orRanliatlon nt San Pedro. The police, accordlnR to Informa tion received by the board, have ar rested tho marine transport orRan liers nnd raided tho union hall sev eral times recently. CHICAGO. Nov. 10. Tito I. W. W. national comentlon loday ordered pickets stationed nt the doors of em ployment ORencles In many cities where worker are beliiR recruited to replace the marine transport work pn on docks at Portland and As toria, San Pedro. San Francisco. Philadelphia and Mobile. Ala. Con vention alto decided to send speak ers Into Oregon, Washlnpton and California. CONSERVATIVES WIN Clot tlon ltelu.ni In Great llrllali. Indicate Success of I'arly LONDON, Nov. 1G. Tho conserv atives seem certain toTiavo won over nil other parties In the now houso of commons. It was an uoftneed nt 4 o'clock this afternoon that 305 conservatives hnvo been elected. Tho number necessary for major ity Is 30S, and there wero 104 divi sions still to bo heard from. Tho second woman to bo returned to tho now houso of commons, Lady ABtor beliiR first, was Mrs. Mar Raret WlntrliiRham, present mem ber for tho bouth division of Lin colnshire. LLOYD TO SERVE TERM Millionaire CI.Icuro Communist Not Able In .Wert Sentence HOCK ISLAND, III., Nov. 1C William llross Lloyd, millionaire Chicago communist, sentenced to five yoars In tho state prison for viola tion of tho stato anti-syndicalism law durlnR war, la to bo ordered to boRln serving sontonco following Chief. Supremo Justlco Thompson's rofiis.il to prant a 30-day stay of ex ecution. Lloyd was convicted with 17 o flier commiinlstsMu 1920, rnss - IllOA, Nnv, f-ilnp cav.i ULUUUUI NOW IBM Fl i'lTERREi Get. Office by Republican Votes, Expected to Ap-, point Democrats tv PORTLAND, t)re.. Nor, 1C 4 Rovernor, Walter M. Plcrc will fsc a most difficult situation. He ROjx In ns a democrat, elected to C'flcs by k roups composed UrRely of rp ubllcans that wilt b demandlns rccoRiiltlon. Thes Rroups, to mti tlon them according to their political Importance, are the Oregon Hedsrj tloa of Patriotic sccletlcs, Ku Kiss Klnn leaders and the various tini er orRanlzatlons. One who can t1( tiro out how Pierce caa entirely Ml Isty nil these elements wMh the few Reed positions at his disposal will do more thun others who art. glvlDS much of their time to a studyof -Matters political In Oregon, ' In considering this matter It must bo remembered that Pierce nomia ally owes his political existence to the- democratic party, and must therefore Rive heed to the democrats who were In charge of his campslga. If he leans too far toward thea.r wilt offend the powerful groups men-" tinned and make It Impossible for him tn be re-elected. Por this rata palRn has proved that no governor can be elected In Oregon without the support of what Is called k Protestant movement. There art reasons for believing that l movement will continue powerful as long as the voters have coafla'ep.ce In the leaders. Another feature that win keep It alive is .the nsee-slty from their viewpoint, of tivlsj eftl cers In control who will strlcjly force the compulsory education law recently voteaViejrih pisli.0ATMs means that Plorco musft' Wa toes If ho would escape nnpapalsr Ity similar to that acquired Nf Oo ernor Olcott. y Prt.lestant leaders 1ghtfNt-( Ono feature favorable to .'Plfrta ' Is tho red-hot fight Jn Portlsadtfci tween the Oregon Federatlffl otnfp trlotlc societies and the ' PortUBd leaders of tho Klan movement. 1 U contest canm tn a straight vote la fall election, and while the I'atflt ic societies made the best showing i se Klan polled big enough rote to w r rant Its leaders claiming that tl rr are a political power. The real Im se between these Rroups was the tl tlon of Portland city commUaloos -s. Tho societies elected one ot.their t n candidates, and both candldU ' 9 dorsed by the Klan were defeat ' nitterness was added to 1U during the last few days ot.thaes ' palRn by the publication In the Fs rt land Telegram of a series 6'tar(l m attacking Fred K. Olfford, la'cbiige of Klan activities In northffn'O f Ron. Theso articles accused cWff rd of many offenses, partlculstlr4 fj -clsed his action In getting out SM If. ticket Imitating the Federation OjV yellow ticket. The Fedeallql 4 been IssulnR this yellow tlcl'ft, Cr about ten yoars, and the PertU 4 ote shows that the candldtttc'i fl eeted Ronerally have the cdnGds ce uf it majority of tho eope. Of(f rd was charged In these article'., lit having conspired to Injure,' J he Protestant movement a split. by 9 a '1 ' . - or ma The nctuul outcome in IhjM nl was that IIIruIow. endorsed hir.' lie societies, was re-elected city coqsjU sloner. Thomus the other maiji.M- vored for commissioner, wa(ottM ed by Pier, not endorsed by vt'fr the societies or the Klan, tJaJrWS. one of tho Klun favorites, rap '(Of lj In tho race, but got coaslderl liy less vote than Thomas. Stspll M. th0 second Klan candidatewaVl ill "WFrU lower on the list. As stteqt hi inner ui. inu t.Bi. nm aisviifi w ovor, the Klan candidate! (Ot,liei I.V otes,jo warrant uitrorn ana qua - leiidors taklnR tho position tt't fy can yot carry an. election., 'A May Mean n Vi HfU , This "muy mean a wide split It, M Protestant forces In Portland; sad which will extend to the rtaslaM of the stnto. Already the JWs , organized throughout Orefesrsad tho Patriotic, societies' UfSfMSC councils In tho countries. ThMt i .i ... .,.4... i-'a'i'i iirKunizui.-Ka iuvi political policy. The XM Ut Ixes tho foreign-born votsrj thij Jf. and tho nogrocs, wniieiMfj (Continued on Tnitiffi i".-'. 4 i ..( v'V '' A -it'l -,.. ..hvm la'O , a .. 1 rSiP i a if " (J"0,K uusoclallon, IL'i'i. ' .