Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, January 21, 1921, Page 7, Image 7

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    TIIE MORNIXG OREGOXIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1921
7,
DEPORTATION POLICY
OF POST DEFE
D
ciaL) Judge Sklpworth is holding
court here today. Dorothea Thrap
was granted a divorce from 8. A.
Thrap and an alimony of J 2 150. Mrs.
C. J. Lair was granted a divorce from
Mr. Lair on the ground of cruel and
l Inhuman treatment. Another divorce
case involving a couple named Wat
son Is being heard. They live in
Linn county.
Secretary Wilson Holds Sus
picion Wot Enough.
CONVICTION FIRST NEEDED
INDIAN FUND IS VOTED
House, After
Passes
Extended Debate,
Appropriation Bill.
Every Person Entitled to Counsel
as Soon as Arrested, Accord
ing to Statement.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. The pol
Icy of the department of labor as to
the arrest and deportation of radical
aliens, concerning which it has ha
clashes with the department of Ju
tice, was announced for the first tlm
by Secretary Wilson in a statemen
made today. It waa summarized as
follows:
.No person shall be arrested ex
cept upon sworn affidavit based upon
Information and belief.
"No person, when arrested, shall be
held incommunicado.
"Kvery person arrested shall be en
titled to counsel Immediately upon
being taken into custody.
"They shall be confronted with the
evidence and shall be permitted to
furnish testimony and be heard in
their own behalf.
Excessive bail shall not be re
quired.
Suspicion Tiot Enotigh.
"These safeguards of American lib
erty having been provides, if it Is
then shown by the evidence that any
alien is cepertable under the so
called anarchistic laws, we will de
port him with as little compunction
as we .vould attack an invading
enemy. W will not deport anyone
simply because he has been accused
pr because he is sus .ected of being
red." We have no authority to do so
under the law.
The statement, which also con
tained a defense of his assistant,
Louis A. Post, was embodied in a let
ter cent by Secretary Tumulty to
Colonel H. D. Lindsay, chairman of
the executive committee of the Amer
ican legion, who presented at the
White House last October resolutions
asking for the dismissal of Mr. Post
because of his attitude on deportation
oi radicals.
It was understood that the legion's
request vas referred by the White
House to Secretary Wilson and that
the statement by him was sent to the
White House in reply. It also was
accepted as the president's reply to
the legion's request for Post's dis
missal.
Assistant Is Defended.
In defending his assistant. Secre
tary Wilson said he not only had
faithfully carried out Instructions as
to aliens, but he was "among the
ablest and best administrative offi
cers In the government service," and
"one of the truest Americans I have
ever come in contact with."
Deportation of Gregory Weinsteln,
chancellor of the Russian soviet bu
reau in the United States, was ordered
today by Secretary Wilson.
Weinstein Is to sail Saturday from
New York with Ludwig C. A. K.
Martens and other employes In this
country of the Russian soviet gov
ernment. The reasons given for the
deportation of the "chancellor" In
clude affiliation with an organization,
the Russian soviet government, aim
ing to overthrow the government of
the United States by force and violence.
FURS PREFERRED TO BABY
Well-Dressed Woman Sent to Jail
for Xeglectlng Child.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 20. (Spe
cial.) Fine furs and a prosperous
appearance landed Mrs. Gladys Steele
In jail today, charged with failing to
support her child. Mrs. Steele ap
peared In court as a witness 'against
her husband, Claude Steele, a taxi
driveri for whom she swore to a
warrant charging non-support.
Some time ago the child was given
Into the custody of Mrs. J. Daven
port who was to receive f 10 a week
for its care. Payments were not
made.
In court today the Judge scored
the mother for lavish expenditures
upon herself to the neglect of her
child, and ordered her to prison. The
husband was held over to appear
tomorrow in answer to the non-sup-purt
charge.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. After, ex
tended debate, during which attempts
were made to strike out many Items,
the house today passed the annual
Indian appropriation bill, the sixth
of the 14 supply measures to be sent
tj the senate. The bill carried i.p
proximately J12.000.000.
A number of sections providing
funds for general work among Indian
tribes were stricken out on the
ground that they were not authorized
by law. Appropriations for various
states, however, went through prac
tically untouched.
NAVAL BASE DEBT PAID
All Deeds but Two to Tongue Point
Taken Out of Escrow.
ASTORIA, Or., Jan. 20. (Special.)
All the deeds, with two exceptions, to
the property In the Tongue Point na
val base site were taken out of es
crow today and the property was paid
for with the county warrants. '
The two exceptions were the deeda
from the Hammond Lumber company.
and the Columbia Land company.
which- will probably be taken up to-
morrow. By these deeds the property
transferred to Clatsop county and
the county will immediately Issue a
deed transferring the property to the
government, reserving a right of way
for the proposed extension of the belt
line railroad through the site.
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Plenty of good-looking coats
in this very 'special sale of
$30 to $55 Overcoats at
alf-Price! "
H
300 BRIDES-TO-BE ARRIVE
Immigrant Ship Scene of Clashes
About Greek Politics.
NEW YORK, Jan. 20. A cotitlnu
ous oratorical contest between royal
ista and venizelists enlived the voy
age of the Steamer Megli Hellas,
which arrived today with 1227 pas
sengers, including S00 prospective
brides.
Ships officers reported that at times
the debate grew so heated that fear
of a clash necessitated a division of
the groups In the dining saloon.
GREEKS HOLDING TURKS
Embassy Says Progress of Armies
Is Satisfactory.
PARIS, Jan. iO. The "Greek em
bassy announced today that the mili
tary situation in Asia Minor was most
satisfactory.
Recent Constantinople dispatches
stating that the Turkish nationalists
had entered Brussa, 57 miles south
east of Constantinople, had no foun
dation in fact, the legation Asserted.
Roosevelt Highway Boosters Unite.
ASTORIA, Or.. Jan. 20. (Special.)
For the purpose of working for the
Roosevelt highway project and other
road projects affecting this county, a
committee of 21 has been appointed
by F. H. Sanborn, president of the
hamber of commerce. The committee
representative not only of the local
hamber but also of the Warrenton
commercial club and the Seaside break
water association. It was authorized
t the recent road meeting in this city
ith the delegation boosting the in
land routevfrom Astoria to Portland.
This inland route as well as the
Roosevelt highway' has the approval
the committee. "
This is a certain group of durable coats in tweeds,
. fancy t cheviots and herringbone weaves; some rain
proofed, that has been selected from our regular
stocks for selling at just one-half their former prices.
Good color range.
One Group of
$50 to $60 Hart, Schaf fner
& Marx Suits Now
One Group of
$60 and $65 Suits
and Overcoats now
$39
$46
All Men's Hats Now 30 Less
Entire Stock of
Men's Shirts
All Underwear
Now on Sale
Night Shirts and
Pajamas at
Yi Price 30 Less y2 Price
Special Sales of Neckwear and Hosiery
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co.
Fifth at Alder Gasco Building
Preference of Employes Asked.
ABERDEEN, Wash., Jan. 20. (Spe-
ial.) Preference for married men
nd ex-soldiers is asked in a petition
eing circulated in Aberdeen and
oquiam among employers. The petl-
on is prefaced by the statement that
foreigners and single men without re
sponsibilities have in some places
been employed while married men and
war veterans, have been compelled to
remain Idle. In view of the present
unemployment conditions, a reversal
of preference is sought.
4 STATES TO SIGN PACT
Viiion of Central American Repub
lics Expected to Be Formed.
SAN JOSE. Costa Rica. Jan. 20.
Delegates of San Salvador, Honduras.
Guatemala and Costa Rica are ex
pected to sign Monday the pact con
stituting the union of Centkal Amer
ican republics.
As the Nicaraguan government de
clined to accept certain proposals con
cerning the union, the Nicaraguan
delegates will abstain frtfm signing.
SAN SALVADOR. Jan. 20. The con
vention between Salvador and United
States regarding commercial travelers
was signed today by the Salvadorean
foreign minister and the American
minister.
ELOPER SCORES IN COURT
p. p,
Charge of Larceny Against
Auther Dismissed.
MADISON. Wis., Jan. 20. The
charge of larceny preferred against
Pierre P. Auther, who eloped with
Mrs. rhiiip il. Franzen two weeks
ago, was dismissed today on motion
of District Attorney Lewis, who told
the court that in view of the testi
mony given by the plaintiff the state
could not successfully prosecute. Mrs.
Auther and Mrs. Franzen attended, the
trial.
Franzen served divorce papers on
his wife. It was understood that she
would not contest the case.
1215 Barrels of Flour Donated.
PENDLETON. Or., Jan. 20. (Spe
cial.) Flour to the amount of 1215
barrels at an approximate total cost
of $8140 has been purchased by the
Umatilla county European Relief
council as the county's gift to the
hungry children of central Europe.
TTre flour cost $6.35 a barrel and the
two carloads billed Tuesday with
freight paid to Portland cost $2714. S4
and $2708.02. There are 405 barrels
of flour in each carload. A third car
load is being prepared.
State Exhibit Agent Proposed.
STATE HOUSE. Salem. Or., Jan. 20.
(Special.) Continuation of the ag
ricultural, mineral and industrial
products exhibit of Oregon free from
the jurisdiction or the .Portland
Chamber of Comxerce is provide! in
a bill introduced by Senator Moser.
Provision also is made for the em
ployment of a state exhibit agent
who shall receive a salary of $200 a
month, beginning January 1, 1921.
Plea Made for Open Shop.
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. The open shop
is the only true American standard
in that no one receives special privi
leges and all have an equal chance,
declared S. C. Mason, president of
the National Association of Manufac
turers, before a meeting of the as
sociation today.
IOE30I
XOE30E
mala's standing army of 15,000 men
is to be cut to 5000, Julio Bianchi.
minister from Guatemala, announced
tonight.
Emigrants Pay Income Tax.
DETROIT, Jan. 20. More than
$5000 in income taxes was collected
today from aliens who were stopped
by the Internal revenue collector as
they .were about to cross into Can
ada en route to their homes in Lithu
ania and the Ukraine.
Vancouver 'Stock Lecture , Slated.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Jan. 20.
(Special.) D. D. Aiken, president of
the National Holstein-Friesian asso
ciation of America, of Vermont, will
lecture on purebred stock In the hall
over the Washington Exchange bank,
at 10 o'clock, January 25.
George W. Simons, B. E. Munsey and
George Long were elected directors.
The association has 5S members and
loans from the government total
$150,000.
Bend Principal Is Chosen.
BEND, Or., Jan. 20. (Special.)
Mark A. Poison of Silverton, graduate
of the University of Oregon, was
elected principal of the high school
last night by the board of directors
of the Bend school district, to fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation of
J. L. Crozier. The district has Just
completed the marketing of $45,000
worth of 6 per cent notes, netting 97
per cent, to finance the district for
the rest of the school year.
Congregational Drive Xot Dropped.
AURORA, 111., Jan. 20. The Congre
gational church has not abandoned
its $50,000,000 five-year campaign,
but plans have been completed only
for the raising of $25,000,000, Dr. H. F.
Swarr of New York, general secre
tary of the church "council of 100,"
said today.
The famine of India of 1900-1901
cost the British government $28,235,-Ano.
Colby Reaches Trinidad.
PORT OF SPAIN. Tr'nidad, Jan. 19.
Secretary Colby and his party ar
rived today aboard the battleship
Florida on the way home from South
America.
Governor Urges Observance.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 20. (Special.)
Governor Olcott, in a statement is
sued today, urged the observance of
next Sunday as law and order Sun
day. "Observance of this day, I be
lieve. Is worthy of the hearty consid
eration of our people," said the gov
ernor in bis statement.
Landis Speaks to Soldiers.
LA CROSSE. Wis.. Jan. 20. Criti
cism of governmental agencies for
failing to take proper care of sick
soldiers of the world war was voiced
by Federal Judge Landis. in an ad
dreys before the American Legion
here.
Fashionable Dance Hall Closed.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 20. F. Leslie Clen
deen, proprietor of a fashionable
dance hall, today announced he would
permit no more public dances at his
place until the "wave of dance-hall
immorality, due principally to the
'shuttle and toddle, ends."
Farm Loan Board Elects.
LEBANON. Or., Jan. 20. XSpecIal.)
At the annual meeting of the mem
bers of the Lebanon National Farm
Loan association the following offi
cers were elected for the year: Presi
dent. E. E. Taylor; vice-president, M.
F. Loomis; secretary, Clarence Ingram:
League to Discuss Transit March 10
GENEVA, Jan. 20. An Interna
tional transit conference under aus
pices of the league of nations will
be held in Barcelona March 10.
Guatemalan Army Cut to 5000.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 20. Gnate-
Two Divorces Granted.
CORVALLIS. Or.. Jan. 20. (Spe-
KIMBALL
PIANOS
tMKRIC.VS FAVORITE IIA'0
AS KKASO.VABLV FIUCKD AS
Players $500 Upright.
c;kaus
Trrmn Within Rraxon.
SEIBERLING-LUCAS MUSIC CO.
Near
15-127 Fourth St.,
iwthinfcton.
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THE ENTIRE STOCK
Of Newest and Most Up-to-Date
Why Nau's?
THE centralized loca
tion of the store of
"Dependable Drugs"
within four blocks of all
Portland's Wain car lines,
is to no small degree re
sponsible for its service
ability. At whatever hour the'
need arises, youH find
a registered pharmacist
ready to attend, your
needs.
WE NEVER CLOSE
Cr 6 and AiERSTCfiV
ymn MAIN T2II I
Furnishings
- at
ENORMOUS
SACRIFICE IN PRICE .
Don't Take Our Word
Come and See for Yourself
HOME 'FUWJZ&ZIU
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86
Morrison Street, Between Fourth
and Fifth Next to Corbett Building;
Money's Worth or Money Back
Thousands of Garments to Be Sacrificed
Don't Be Misled. Beware of Imitation Sample Shops and Sale Imitators. Look
for the Big Sign with Hand Pointing to 280 Morrison St, Factory Sample Shop
OVER SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLAR STOCK OF
LADIES' APPAREL TO BE SACRIFICED
t
The balance of the stock of Blank's Sample Shop, which
went out of business, combined with the Factory Sample
Shop stock, will enable you to get the best reductions in
Portland. Thousands of
garments
to be closed out.
$20.00 to $40.00, at..
1A
95
3
UIT
$25.00 to $55.00, at
3.1 1
.95
AND WE
GIVE
WHAT WE
187 W
A 91
omens
$35.00 to ?65.00, at $26.95 and
Beautiful
$35.00 to $65.00, at $29.95 and
4G 3 DRESSES
Softs
fed i
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Silks, Satins, Tricotines and Novelty Serges, jj
values from $25.00 to $65.00, at $19.95, $14.95, P
$12.95 and. , . . .
463
95
Thousand Waists and I
Sweaters
Priced at $5.50, nOW. ,i.r.Mr.r.:.-.:...i.;
leautiful
Money's Worth or Money Back
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LAND-LADY QUICK
TO RIOT CALL
Mrs. E. Harshbarger conducts a
large rooming house at 23414 East
Broadway. Long Beach, California.
Mrs. Harshbarger tells In her own
words just how quickly and satisfac
torily she obtained relief from sick
ness. "I toid .a friend of mine of my
condition and she told me of the won
derful results ehe had experienced for
similar complaints by taking Vinol. I
bought a bottle and within four or
five days noticed a marked improve
ment in the way I felt. After taking
only one bottle I feel better in every
way, and I am glad of an opportunity
to heartily recommend it to others
who may Jsave the same complaints
that I had." '
Vinol is sold in this city by Clarke
Woodard Drug Co., Portland. Or.
Adv. - i
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tells How To Get Qcick Relief
from Bead-Colds. It's Splendid!
In one minute your clogged nostrils
will open, the air passages cf your
head will clear and you can breathe
freely. No more hawking, snuffling,
blowing, headache, dryness. No strug
gling for breath at night; your cold
or catarrh- will be gone.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Creanvl
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrils. It perp
etrates through every air passage of
ihe head, soothes the inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
comes Instantly.
It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up
with a cold or uastv catarrh Relief
comes so quickly. Adv.
'lilt U:'cuiuau tlaAatfivtl atU.
Colds Now
Pneumonia Later
"Keep down common cold3 and les
sen pneumonia cases, which tncreaso
rapidly during the winter months,"
warns a prominent Chicago physician.
At the first suggestion of a cold, ap
ply Mayr's Pino Needle Balm to tho
nose and check it before It has a
chance to develop. This stimulating
essence of the northern pines Is so
soothing end healing that catarrh,
colds in the head, noso and throat
clear up quickly when Mayr's Pina
Needle Balm is isod. Sold In two sizes
30o and 60o tubes. Free trial by
writing George It Mayr, 219 West
Austin ave, Chicago. Mayr's Finj
Needle Balm Is for sale .by Owl I)ru
Company and druggists everywhere.
Adv.
Phone your want ads to the Ore-
fiyman .Main iUiO, Automatic 563-95,
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