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THE SA1EM CAPITAL JOOTWAL. SALEM. OBEOO TUESDAY, APRIL 13. 1915.
1 ! f -1. - I. ? '1 , : I. i Sport News DIP ICAPIIC DAN U. of O.Wins From Chemawa UIU LLnUUL UnLL Hal Sheridan Discusses Out look For Teams In Two Major Leagues Indian School 15 to 0 Li Will Petition P. E.&E. Co. To Enlarge South Commercial Street Crossing The local ninimgenient of the Port- After defeating the Chemawn Indian training school team 15 to U yesterday aftc.uoon. the I'. (if 0. baseball team came buck to this city last night and V 111 I'nve IllilUV lor Alisn, nurrr r..;iu.iiv .1 n . i. .. '.!.: -f. ........; ilnud, hngene 4: hasteni street ruilwu) "' 7 , " 1 V, . . eompunv will be petitioned by c omnium -row they ,l ,,lav ... tore,. ,ro e , - personal representation of and then will leave on their trip to the :,.,.,,,. the diversity or VSn-liiiigton. , .,.,! f its track at V'stcnlav's game at Chemawn devoid nt any Arbitration Suggested To Col umbia County Court To Ex pedite Settlement Declaring that the special a"1' in formal meeting of the state highway pectncuiur teurures as , .. . , lM , ;. f ,, the ifanie was tin one-sided to be of" .. ?...',' . i,: ,, Karlier in the sea- -(By Hal Sheridan.) New York. April lit.-Twenty four more hours of claims and swivel chair baseball and magnates Wiiiig in the limelight, and the tune limit on all ultimatums expires. 'I'ci-iiorrow loose leaf conversation laid to 28 or SO feet, and, if this re- I particular interest son tne t neuiawa oov.s piayeu iwo, , . ,, ,,,, ..;ii i, I games at Liigone with the diversity ' , ; ,,,',.. ,.r, , ,.,., I prediction.. I'"'1; "I1,'1 '"'V? "" W,'r" ?'" better crossing at that point. ,1 magnates 1 '""', ,'oll,,'-"i,n" "inning the last, T,u, lmlt,r cuM ,u ,,, ,.. ...... u ,..,K,., . ... ... , . tjourii lust ruirlit Dv uiuir- i.i.i v.i.lov Commercial and Dl.ii.art .streets, on Ma- ,""'"" ""V . ' ' i" . .'i which time the highway commission, in- cw Mekinlt-v school, from 111 feet 08 bv the OIK1 ies.--r.iay mo college ooys tain A u,.,, who reportpil Ihut, in pite heavily on tne Indian twirler and with ,,,, ,,,,,,, ir ),,nrC who the Mid of error Ollll' piled up a formidable HE KILLED TO EAT, Giuy. iron, inner unices win ' 'TI"'"' '! ..,.,. whj.-li the redskins cuahl not ov- liV he swat or inc asu lignum e.piun.- famed hnrscliide when the National and: Ainciii an league teams will be sent j ii way on their IIH.'j pennant dash. (i. -en I pieiaiatioiis have been mnilej lor a rousing start in New York, where j the (limits and llrooklyn Dodgers will i clal. in the opening giiine at the l'olo! grounds. Throunlmit the cut and mid dle, west, however, in the cities of the two leagues, two gallon hats are being brushed up by mayors and other dig nitaries in preparation for their part in the olTiciul openings. The world's champion Uoston liraves will open at Inline with the l'hillies. Itcnliziug that the umbilion of every club in the National league will be to swat the liraves, Miracle Man Slallings OKpects rough going from the start for Vis .dub, but was out with his predic tion ol' ultimately landing nt the top of the heap along will, other malingers. Shillings expects the Hruves to keep well toward the fnint from the start this year and there will be no neces Hit v for a licnrt-brcuhing drive to get Jividi.ully and collectively, went on record as favoring a compromise of the differences between the Consolidated Contract company and the county court of Columbia county, by arbitration, as suggested and approved by the commis sion at a previous meeting, was not a secret meeting and was open to the public, .Secretary of State Olmtt gave 1 1- .. ,.i(t....r (I rill. UTI-IIIIT t M'1U8 limn.-, uju.iiii wi. v.. i..- M....k a. - I .1... ,i.,. of the foreman ia "ul " M""1 mormon uu i. charge of the grading and laying of the crossing for the company, to the e,fcct thut his wishes for a lit) foot cross ing could unci would lie respec.reu, me nFFFWQF ftp I ftfftfft company went iihond und luid u lti-foot uijl uduli vi tvvuw .crossing. It is represented that a lil- foot crossing nt this point, where there Italian Laborer Tells Why He Mur-iis u curve in the street would be too dcred bis Formor Employer. George narrow to accommodate vehicles in Na'i l-'rancisco, April 1.'). " When you 'ire hungry you mio-t kill in order to cut. I was starving, my wife begged lor loud, in v little babies cried for milk -so 1 killed." This was the testimony of Joseph t.o cocn, a mild, meek little Italian, when lie oocs on the witness stand in duilge (Iril'fiii's court in his trial on n charge of murdering (Icorge (iray, const ruction con V'.ictur, who withheld $17 which was due l.oeoco for wages. The defense is emotional insanity, caiiicd by hunger and the spectacle (if Irs t ii in i ly und suffering for lack dieting a report to that effect published in a Portland paper. Mr. Olcott states thut it was the united opinion of the highway commis sion, after a full and detuiled discus siun of the existing trouble between the contractors and the county court as to the settlement of the bitter's cluim for an excess of cost of construction work performed upon the Coulmbiu highway over the highway engineer's original estimate, that the matter could be set tled to better advantage to all parties in interest by arbitration and comprom ise than by long drawn out litigation .....I l . - l ur ,) .,,,it.,t..itt u..rvi.i UI,M mm hub course oe recomuiciiut-u I . :to the countv court. Tl. milking u safe und convenient crossing, and the board was ut a loss to under stand the arbitrary and upparently contrary itction of the compuny in plac ing u niirrow crossing nt this point when the difference in cost, us cum- i tir i,i,,. ii.,. film I rush 1 "I .lourisnineiu. l.oeoco repeatedly de- fur the peal I is made. ''"""'"'I his wages of (Iray, according to 1'nder the iiianagement, of linger! Attorney Nut igliiiiinl, but Cray al- llii'smihaii. hot oiipnsition is expected i I'oi nun on. riiiiiny, (icspernre, from the Chicago Cubs this year. The "o iliot the eonlrailor dead in Cobs were tlirealeiiing during the I HI I Ini'-'S. In hick nt' efficient Iciidersliipi 1 " ' K''11'1" "'"I 'li'terelituil, his On resn'led in ilisorganizutiiin. The Car diiials will also present a strong front mid the I'irntes are nlwuys dangerous. Cincinnati is left to ils fate, as iimiiiI. The Cardinals and Cubs will open the sinson lit Chicago tomorrow with the I'irntes and beds at Cincinnati. Ilnw far C lie Mack will go with the "new Athletics" is Hie big (pies tion in (he Anicricnn league. With llemlcr and i Mil uk removed from the list nt' Athletic pitchers and Kddie Col lins now with the White Sox, Mack will start the race without the men who! were formerly his si longest curds, lie will rely upon his young pitchers where the velerans formerly till I back the atta'k of the enemy, as well as frame new plans ol' attack ami defense for his revamped infield. The Huston lied Sox, generally re garded as the strongest contenders for the I (1'iors won repeatedly by Muck, will open Hie sensou with the Athletics in I'liiliidelphiu. Allhough strength, lied by Kddie Col lins, the ( hicuiio White Sox will be re garded ns an uncertain ipialit.v until Manager liowlniul, fresh picked from the minors, shows what he has in the line of directing a big league team. The American league will Blurt wilh n second new malinger in Wild Hill lioiiovan, who look op the task of pilnt iug the New York Yankees, given up by I'' run l Chance as hopeless, The American league teams will open tomorrow as follows: Chicago lit St. Louis, Cleveland ut lietroit, New York ut Wushingtuii and I'.ostnii ut I'liiludelphia. Bovs Class of Y. H. C. A. ' Puts Up Good Exhibition The annual gymnasium exhibition ol the buys' class of the . M. C. A. held in the association gym I'tidny night Nils witnessed by about I'dd purenis mid IrieuU of the members of the class und pi mi mticed to be an interesting exhib il ion as well ns beneficial to the boys. 'J'he bd boys, ranging in ages from I to j years, went through Iheir puce mid I'l'l on a few special sluuls in ml Oil II in o wo.k. .1 ill ill ii HiirrouiilH did suuie liin-v tumbling and took purl in n double drill with I'aul Sialey. After the dumbbell and other floor the witness stand lie will tell his pitiful story, just as he tnld it today. "My wife was Hick in bed, and my three little ones oh, so hungry. I went to Mr. (liny und told him ubout it, but they said to come back on pay day. And every hour we got. hungrier, until my stomach shipped aching and gut dead, and my head stopped aching - nil I got dead, ton. My wile, she I look 'd so sad, and the children's voices hurt me like knives. Pretty soon thuio'.ht miiybe we would ull be unite dea I, but it is so slow Unit stnrvution is so slow. on have foo much time In suffer. " nd on payday f was too weak to go get the money. Hut soon after I went, nuil then they said we must wait mill! another payday a mouth!" Me shrugged, with a gesture ol' help-lessitess. "On the street I met Mr. (liny. He had iti.v money, my $17, that would make my wife not so sad, and make my babies slop crying. So I told him hiiiv it was, but he sliunk his head. So I killed 1 1 1 in ami ,u uiit reali.e whnl I did." T!i: work of getting a .jury is in progress today. The prosecut iuu evi dence will be brief, merely u proof of the killing, wlii. Ii is nut denied. Then l.ncu o will tell his story, and the .jury must decide whether he is to plunge to dcuth throiiKh a trap or go back to his wife und his tlnee little babies. commission. however, maintains that the state tins nothing to do with the matter further than the certification of the highway engineer to the county court of the work done und money due the contract or, but thut they were inclined to give their morul support and assistance to u settlement. Nothing was said of similar difficulties existing in other counties und the commission did not commit it self in any wise upon that score. Secretary Olcott states that he was visited yi tlio morning by Senator Arthur I.ungguth, uttorncy for the Con solidated Contract company, und Cluim Agent 1.. I,. I.evings of thut compuny, Conditions .if Employment Are Pro.ied!!,l1;"' """',,r l'tuining to the dispute .-i.-,-n um: euiiipiLliy Hill! Hie cuuniy court, und he informed them that it wus his opinion thnt the highway commis- Western Union I"""1 """ ""l "'sponsion' " "".V way, related to u ll"ovo stiireu, rontinuing in wus so insigiiificuut. It was brought out that, inasmuch us Cuiiinierciul street nt this point is u cutinly highway, that the matter wus within the jurisdiction of the county court und it wus decided that, if the written petition of the school board, which will be presented in person by two or mure of the members, is of no avail the mutter will be tuken up with the county court. WESTERN UNION AND ITS NON-UNION STAND By Industrial Rol.'.tiOds Ccnimittoa Conditions of Cliimgo, April Ul. employment in the Telegraph company unionism n ml the general question oi wages of telegraphers were questions taken u,i l.y 'Ihe industrial relations commission in its inveHtv.nlion Here today, Henry Lynch, an operator, furnished i lie cuium.s.iiun with a list of U,n men who, like himself, were discharged by the Western Ciiion fjr bibnging to the union, he declured. All were forced to become expatriates n. C inula, Lynch declured. I. Ii"v were blacklisted in this coiiutiy, lie suil. 'Ihe Cuniulit'i l'ncific operator.! we.o unionized, how ever, uml ih.'ir sal. ill's ruined from !." tu $H)'I a nuoth llelvedcre llio iUu, f owner gencal Hum statement, given out for publication this morning, Secretnry Olcott said: that afternoon I was requested by Mr. l'utnnm, seeretury to the governor, to step up to the executive office. 1 found there the governor, Mr. Kny, Mr. I.ungguth und Mr, I.evings. The gov ernor thereupon informed me it was his and Mr. Kuy's opinion that the diffi culties nnd differences between Colum bia county and the contractors could be settled to better advantages tu all putties in interest hy arbitration nnd compromise than by long drawn-out court proceedings. A full discussion of the mutter in its muny details was had. It wus broiiL'lit out. that in nil nianager ol ' vhc Western I .:W n declared I"'"''"''"")' the highway work in pro- THE REASON JJ .TAKES 50 LONG ETHELBERTA SCOLDS BECAUSE BREAKS GETS COLD EVERY MORNING WHILE am GIVING THE LAWN ITS MORNNG SHAVF TOO BAD! BUT I CANT THROW AWAY THIS V aC iiit 2 0 for 10 iiisHS! E Charges Filed By Bank Will Be Investigated Washington, April 1:1.- Conference 'succeeded conference in the depart ment of justice and the treasury today ln connection with the injunction suit I filed in the district supreme court by the Higgs National bank ugiiinsl Sec ireliuy McAdoo uml Controller of the lOuricncy John Skelton Williams. I l''ollowing a conference between At torney (leneral (Iregory, Louis I). Hraii jdcis, ti ml Assistant Attorney (lenerul ! Wallace, the latter slated that the com , plaint filed by the bunk hud hi "di gested." lie then hurried to the of ll',...l ..I' Willi I..!. !.. i . their regular g niunsi.iiu ', , , ' . " -', " " ' """vcd 10 IllllUII ll.lriOlllllH did Millie."'' l.il I.,,..... uiii., ,1. . !. I ' ii sponsi' ... ..,.H.,,. niiinuioiitii nun -,i HI his capacity us iuvestigutor of the liiggs bunks iifl'iiirs. I I i. .l..ral I .1.1.. .1 . . . . I ' ' .i.hw.m. nun ni I'liiooi 1 1 III ri"''' Wl" I"'"'"'!" '.the entire matter had been referred to between I'our ot the teams represen nig v ,,,, mM ((, ,mn,iiu ' t.tterenl clubs in the boys class. I Vl, i(,nti(,n of ,,,,,.,,,,, Ihe plunge in the tank came next and ,- ,,. of , jrll,; ( . the M bos eiowdcd lulo Ihe "'" j expected it w ill be i bled he.her the wlnci biiked like a pond ull ot l'''"H government will file a cross bill to the wok. .or a while, with each one pulling 1 1,lllll1ill, ,. ,,, lnii ,,.,!;, ,llrm. ott ome particular tent in Ihe swim- ,.,.lr(T,. r irregularities. Uilllg or llllicy UMlug line. gress there could not be completed nor Ihe $.-0,(lim npprouriiited to thnt county be used, pending the adjustment or tne present controversy inasmuch as the Consolidated company held the contract for the full forty-one miles of the Oobmihiii highway in course of construction there, "All members present were united in the opinion that it was a mntter not of state consideration or settlement. We did, however, inform -Mr. Lung guth and .Mr. I.evings thut we would give our mo nil support to a settlement by compromise and arbitration nnd Mr. l'utnnm was instructed by tho governor i su i ni oi in .nidge Clark of Columbia county. "The affairs of an other county were discussed. As to whether the commis sion would recommend similar settle ment in like cases of other counties I do not know. Personally, my nctioh in relation to them will be lnrgely pre dicted on results achieved in Columbia county, inn I tl. manner of arriving nt same, should an nmienblo adjustment be arrived i,t there. My mind is open on that score. In this connection I wish to say, us best evidenced by my nctions on the board, that 1 hnvn full C.ltl, corns. It s the lirstiiind confidence ;,, i, i u i ..... i , , i. iHiniin nun ine and only cuincure ever known toil ; eneineers ,m,l,.r i.; i mutes arrived at by them. "1 desire to say 'that this particular meeting of the eominissitin wus an open and not a secret cue." that (lie coini.anv ciiplejcd "0,1)00 telegraphers, lie ndiuil rid thut the opeialors were midurpui I, raying they should ri-'i'i'.-i- n salary ot .flOO u mouth. "Vou an v t'uar the met. ere under paid, and ad ii ir thai i grave economic injustice is h.-npr d.iei'' said Ch.lir inn u Walsh. "Tell us 'that you be lieve would bo i lenicdv.'' "If I iviis the chief administrative officer, 1 kiiu.v what 1 would do," said I ii onks. "1 would raise wnges.' Askeili for the iiaines of the individu als who are i 'sponsible tor the low wages paid iper.iio'.s, Hrooks suid he did not knoy '.vho wis resnoiisib'i nrooKs iidinitred tlinl when lie was gcnorul niiinnger he hail authority to fix Ihe salaries of men receiving up lo 'i,ooii unnunllv. Swish! Corns Gone! We JJse "GETS-IT!" 2 Seconds, 2 Drops Corns Vanish For everybody with corns, there is in every drug store in the laud one of the real wonders ol the world, and thill's "lil'.TS-lT" for Harry Kellis Holder of Record In Potato Race VAMOITS NOVELIST DYING. New York, April III. - I'hvsicians here Iodic said that there was little Inipc i for the recovery of (lertiude Atlieitoii. Tlie Salem V. M. C. A. stands tliii.l '""""t "''v.'Wst, who is suffering from I,. .1 il,..i h...ilo,l.,i. In,., poc'imoiiiii at SI. Luke hospital. She tu the official records sent out by the I'm I kind Y. M, C A., und Hurry Kel lis 'nobis the northwest record lor the 1"J0 vard piitato rnce by iicgoliating the j distance in 1 minute and l! seconds. The nssoeiHtious now stand ns follows:' l'ortl.iiid, :i;:'.4; North Vakimii, :i;i.S; Siileni, L'TS.KI; Tucoma, 'Jl.t.HI; Spok nue, i.m :i. It will be noticed that the two lend ers aie sepniated by bid' .tl of I point. North YnkiniH is in "'" class, as the; Salem association, while Portland Is, in the "A" class, and Tiienma, and Spokun is in the "H" elnss. The' regular events of the llexathnlon Hie iuu off each week and the averages sent In to headquarters where the stun ling of the teams ii "'a le up. The Snlcii association has entered sii men id the meet as the rest o? the Movi Hunt in the "C elan. "Smb Fmr Trol. M'.mi.ll., Wh.tT CnM Uml Ym. I UmTUET94T."' rallied early today but sank rapidlv soon nfteiwaid. Meinbeis of her lam lily have been called to the bedside. Use jT- : i i The irogruni for t lows; 10:00 n .in.. Cr.-ain l itis, 0. A. C. ! I COO n .in., Soil r'ertilitv n-nioxes nnv :i ii.i everv com or callus i'. a i . I r"!.,,!' i",',,i!'ih! I",.-.. :i-l"rntto. Grant B. I , . iioiiivn, .-i iicvHicnt w Inmette swelling snhes, irntnting oiiitineiits.S.iullierii l;il l;,.,l It s upplied in 2 seconds binu. binu 2:00 n. n. r ., . . ... 2 diops. tl, work is done. Ihe corn! I'. H. Kilts ii ,n0 u,ur-v llori1' 1:00 p. ,., Kail Komi Trnsimrtnti Farmers Institute To ,,,, Be Held at ML Angel Ihe runners' institute to be held in. '"' t Mt. AKi promise, to ,P well attended ns un unusuiillv interest "g program !,, be,-,, prepiired. The purpose of the i,H,j,,lt(, (, f( j,,,,,,.,,,, the tanners in better methods of culti- ,v.!""".' ,,ml "re n closer co-opera- turn between the hu,Wm men and laimers whereby better markets may be secured, Mnorrow is ns fob imitation, K. 11, ty, It. T. French, rant B Vnllei "A Shlna In vory Drop 0t can o4ay (tmi cy dlr. shrivels up, your corn ngonv ends and the corn leaves t'urevei! Ail the limp iK, the pains that, dart to your heart s core, the crucifixion of having to wear shoes over scrca mini! corns, the danger of blood poison from making' them iiiee.1 tiy using Knives, rn'urs and scissors ar gone at last I "OET3IT" is the new way, the sure, simple, pain less way. Try it for corus, calluses, warts ami bunions. UKTS1T ' is sold bv druggists -viutlicra I'acitic lle,,t, :i:-H p. in.. Kotatio,, of Crops," Luther '' ' 1""' '"'"' Agriculturist. Si Aberdeen, Scotland, Rocked ty lemfic Explosion everywhere. 2.V a bottle, or sent direct, rif.c expiosion i, tllTT-8 i" .1"' I'.v K. I.nwreiic, j Co.. Chicago. has been reeciv'l h i.. . , . ipnrici disaster .t .t,,i It s ev to be au out n, si s.. loiu ii.i i: . .''rr"lcK, .... i.ri.ti. .it i..'i. ..i.ir "I" ."-m '-nes h:.v a re- No add!-1 .'e been received, of the cxplonion Scwurd, Aluska, April 13. Sewurd is u town gone mud. it celebrated ngaiu lust nignt, its selection ns. the tide water teriiiiuul ot the new government railroad, when District Judge i'red blown arrived and addressed a huge gutheriug. This wus followed by an other ull-night dunce. The town is still enjoying the carnival spirit today. A ntumpcdo is on tor lots here. Sales uru lieipicut, with the same lots being turne! uvcr two or three times, each t i in j ut a big increuse. Another siuinpcdc is under wny to the Ship Creek district, troiu which const ruction work is to start. Alreudy -00 i.ieu are there waiting for employ ment. l.o s close to tho city are. selling for thousands of dollars. Many are tak ing up homestead claims (if doubtful lute, hungry tu get in on the lot trud ing. Vtenlay men with cubins on Aluska Northern railroad property refused to leave when ordered otf. The I'uited Sta'ej district judge will investigate their cases. The steamship Watson arrived yes tcrdiy with ull flags flying and with long blasts of her whistle. Tlie election of a mayor til' Seward was in progress Suturduy when the news of the ruilroad route choice ar rived. Nobody remembered, to vote ui'ter thut. City additions are being platted fur out into the surrounding country. Even these ln's are selling like wildfire. More tliiin u hundred have been disposed of since the good news reached Sward. It is necessary to impress on men who eont'.'inplnte coining to Seward thut they sholud not come unless they have sufficient money ahead to keep them until ruilroad coustructiun work starts. in announcing the news to Scwurd the Seward tiuteway used one word, "llirrnh," in deep wood type elenr across its tirst page. Willamette Presbytery Holds Annual Session The Willamette Presbytery is holding its session today at the First Presby terian church. About ,15 ministers from this presbytery nre present and about :i0 laymen. This evening the sermon will be preached by Prof, W, II. Lee of Albany college, Albany, Following the sermon, n moderator and clerks for tlie sesison will be elected. The retiring moderator is C. T. Hard, who recently became assistant pastor of the First Presbyterian church, of Portland. Tomorrow morning the session will be given to the business. Following the afternoon session, the delegntes will lie given an auto ride over the city The session to which the public is especially invited, will be held in the church Wednesday evening. "Modem Christian Triomid'i. nn I'nifnn M,,il II will be discussed by five speakers, each , making ten minute tulks. Rev. .T. 0. Spencer of the Leslie Methodist, Rev. F. T. Porter of the First Christinn j church. Key. ,1,, F.lvjn of the First Congregational church, nnd Rev. Miller 'of the Baptist church are the speakers on this subject, This interdomiuntion I al muss meeting Is for the public, and i with so many well known speakers, the church will doubtless be crowded to enpneity. This afternoon the meeting was espe cially for the young people. Addresses were mnde by the Rev, F. H. tlesel bracht of Albanr, the Rev. A. N. ! Thompson, Rev, V J, I.nrge,''nnd the Rev. ,L V. Milligan. , The Presbytery will close with the session Wednesday evening. NO PEACE PEOPOSAXS. Washington, April 13. Presi dent Wilson told cullers today thnt he had received no definite peace proposal from the pope. Several persoiiB authorized to speak tor the Vatican assured Wilson, however,- that when nn opportune time for action ar- rived the pope would bo glad to co-operato in any peuce plan. Wilson declared that not a sin- gle concrete fitiggestion had reached him to justify any bo- lief thut tho belligerents or and one ot them lire anxious to make peace terms at present. Court House News $ Noltlior department of the circuit court wus in session this morning, and Judge Kelly, of department No. 1, spent the forenoon in pondering over legal questions and the weather. The case of IL li. Spencer against Fred Browning and Rosa L, Browning to re cover $105.10 sot for 9 o'clock this morning ended in a voluntary nonsuit upon motion of tho plaintiff. This was an alleged assigned nccount duo the Salem Flouring Mills Co. far flour fur nished the defendants in l'JOO. Tho plaintiff failed to prosecute tho suit and the defendant won by default. K. S. Lamport represented the plaintiff and Kev A. Turner appeared for the de fen lants. County Clerk Max fjehllmr reports that the blanks for the game licenses of veterans of the civil war have ar rived but the licenses cannot be issued until May 22. Tho, act giving compli mentary game licenses to veterans of the civil war was punned m,. last session of the loisluture ud uot bo in force until that timi, fl,,. ever, any veterans who on caDtnnplit ing having the city may mikupflia. tiou for the licenses oow ud a m us the date arrives the licensei ill k muiled to them. The licenses issud upon the preaentilln nt u In ornblc discharge or fmiw eertiS cute. Of the ,'100 roses planted itwITiE courr. nousc square only foil (Bid failed to grow, according to tie nywi of Head Janitor (.'al Morpitlssw- ing, as he wns mowing it an lit the ninth tinio this vcai. litipH ruins huve canned grass it tow housA lawn to snriiip un go tilt WW almost see it grow, iip Mr. JtagV and despito the swrr iimsfnt fill n garden trowel tail simmer tfctrt fully ten million dandelions pi'.g thoir yellow blossoms above the p A. M. niinston, who midei three and one-nan nui ' city, has reported to the canity iff' thnt his onto itolfi duno hnll near the Bethel M the night of April 10. Hisna MW drove the car to the dance aad Ji tu occasion it was the only car at tbW The car is an Overland, model 58, ' a license number 14IM. W been painted with green, whools and running giati and had one rear tire loos'- EXPLOSION IS MYSial. London. April Wi.P? killed und ''""'"Sm. mysterious explosion 'L"w (Jk(, land, a wireless messapj r stated. The city hem gutted by fire which plosion. The report stated 'and a boy wore blow. , The cause togU mystery, thouiih f,r f 'Tb(rdeeiW disn iter were received t Mra night. Trains Daily to Chicago and Days9 Stop at San Francisco A WAV you go EMt tickets to which was declared to have wrecked part of the town. It is feared that many lives were loat. OGDEN RHTE (Southern Pacific-Unionrac.f.0 Ask nearest Agea. for f I' ticulnrs, fares, etc, via .1... '' SOUTHERN PACIFY . - A r'rl . John M. Scott, General Passenger As ' in , ! t w.i lpunifnwiifhM- ytmK"