Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1921)
Maximum "Vu fary
THE DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 1921.
URGE FARMERS TO
SOCIETIES TAKE PARTILASKER SWDRN
FIRE BESTROtS GILPEM HECTORS VOTE
IN FLAG PROGRAM
IN AS SHIPPING
OBSERVANCE AT UNION STREET
PARK UPHOLDS TRADITION
OF NATIONAL EMBLEM.
CRAMER BROTHERS ARRAIGNED
IN COURT FOR FIGHT OVER
MODERN DWELLING ON EIGHT
MILE GUTTED BY FLAMES
WOUNDED MAN VICTIM j BAND IT GUARD
REDO SLED FOR
OF VAN SHI
SECRETARY OF FARMERS' COUN
CIL MAKES APPEAL TO AMER
MINGO TROUBLE AIREt
WEST VIRGINIA MINERS SAID TO
HAVE BEEN VICTIMIZED
By United Press
DENVER, June 15. The nctlvo co
operation of farmers und labor to
ward the attainment of common ob
Jectlves was emphasized here today n'
the convention of the American Fed
eratlon of Labor.
'Delegations to the convention warm
ly welcomed a message from Denja
mln C. Marsh, secretary of, the na
tlonal farmers' council, which told o!
the benefits to be derived from sucl
,The convention pawed resolution;
providing for the working out of f
detailed program uniting the effort!
of worklngmen and farmers.
Recognition of "the troubles of the
coal miners In Mingo count, Wes
Virginia, wns given when the conven
Hon passed a resolution urging the
senate to adopt the resolution of Sen
atdr Johnson of California providing
for an investigation of the working
conditions prevailing among the mln
At the convention here today It wnc
declared that the miners joined thr
union In a body. The next day a hun
dred mines in the vicinity were clos
ed.and the workers locked out.
Marsh's message declared that farm
rs and workers must unite to
"achieve ideals of economic, Indus
trial, agricultural and political free
dom." The farmers will be glad tc
join the labor movement, it declared
and stop tho control of national re
sources, shipping, banks and credit
systems by a clique of investment
bankers who were characterized as
"selfish, un-American citizens or great
Farmers and laborers working to
gether, it was said, would be able to
obtain honest tax systems and pro
cure legislation for control of metal
The message warned the worker
representatives against false spokes
men for the farmers, "who are de
nouncing the getting together of farm
ers and labor." The convention ad
journed following the Marsh speech.
jDBNVER, June 15. According to
delegates attending tho convention,
the bituminous coal miners are the
greatest sufferers from the wave ol
unemployment which has swept the
country. A large proportion of th
soft coal miners, it was said, have
been working only a few days since
the industrial depression hit the coal
business, and many have been unable
to find employment.
William Green, secretary of the
United Mine Workers, declared that
tho condition of practically every
other great Industry Is reflected on
coal mining. The demand for soft coil
(Continued on Pago 6.)
Big Tim 9 'Murphy, Political Bully
Of Chicago, Caught With Goods
ARRESTED A8 GUIDING GENIUS OF NATION'S MOST AMAZING MAIL
ROBBERY CONSPIRACY; GOVERNMENT RECOVERS $112,900;
"IN8IDE JOB" SUSPECTED BY POSTAL OFFICIALS.
By James L. Kllgallen
(United News Staff Correspondent)
CHICAGO, June 15. "I'm Big Tim
For years Timothy D. "Illg Tim"
Murphy has swaggered about, like
Rob Roy, chief of the MacGregors, do
flantly proclaiming Just who he was.
He was "Big Tim see?" What ho
said "went." The tougher he got tho
greater became his power. He passed
along from a "back o' the yards'
newsboy to a congressman's secretary,
men to membership In tha Illinois leg
islature and finally to the position cf
laboV czar of Chicago.
iNo person or faction could put "Illg
Tlra" down. He got out of every
scrape without trouble. Even a charge
of murder against him fell through.
Then he ran into the United States
He was arretted as tho genius back
of one of the most amazing mail rob-
bery conspiracies m me nisiory oi ma
middle west. He was named In the
confessions of two men as the active
leader or the 'bandits, who on April t
C last, executed tho $350,000 mall rob-
bery at the Dearborn station. Not only .
did "Big Tim" plan the bold up lh
Flag day was fittingly celebrated
In The Dalles last evening with cere
monies at Union street park which
were largely attended. Under the
auspices of the daughters' of the
American Revolution, the holiday
which Is becoming one of the most
mportnnt In the national, calendar
,vas observed wi'U an' Impressive
The program opened with the np
.learance of the women of the :vllef
corps, marching in single file, cael
ne carrying a flag.
America was sung by the audience
lifter which, Rev. John L. Bogue, of
rereu prayer, .miss Anne Lang e:
plained the purpose or the Daimr
teis of the American Revolution, lit
an organization and told of its cf
iorts to educate tho people in I he
:nrc and treatment of the flag, toll
nip also of the origin of Flag Day.
Tlit: audience stood and gave llu
"lag salute together. Mrs. Bert Thorn
is read the code of the Dauisnters
.1' the American Revolution, pertain
ng to the flag. The Elks' tribute ti
ill flag was delivered by John Will
Pal Foley, commander of ilvj Srcal
-merican Legion, read the. iiio.s!j
Jf the late Colonel F. W. G.UIirui:
Jr.. national commander of lb.- Amer
ican Legion. This message was pie
iaren as a iriuuic 10 llio nag a
few days before his; death, which
iccurred last week.
"America the Beautiful," w, r.-jny.
.v the audience, and wa. folio .vc-d
b' the impressive ceremonies of the
incineration of the old flag.:, which
was presided over by the Boy Ccrnits
As the flags were burned, lap? vns
The Hoy Scout color bearer, Mar
ion Headley, stood in militar) po
sition with the flag throughout the
program. The Daughters of the
American Revolution gave out cards
naming the days when the flag
should be displayed.
flOMIHAL SIMS .
TALKATIVE NAVAL OFFICER
ALLOWED TO PROCEED ON
By United Press
LONDON, June 15 Admiral Sims,
enroute to the United States to an
swer charges of being over-talkative
at a recent luncheon given in Lon
don, yesterday forgot his tickets', but
was able to get away early today,
ship officials agreeing to take care
of him regardless of the fact that
he laid left his tickets In a room
in his hotel.
Several hundred friends were at
the dock to bid him a lusty farewell.
POLICE AFTER ASSASSINS
OF DANIEL F. KABER
By United Press
CLEVELAND, Juno 15 The police
are running down the actual as
sassins of Daniel F. Kabur, wealthy
Lakewood publisher who was stab
bed to death. It is predicted that
Kuber's watch and diamond pin and
diamond ring, given by Mrs. Kaber
as first payment to tho assassins for
the deed, will be recovered.
Mrs. Emma Colavlto has been In
dicted for flint degree murder in
connection with tho Kaber killing.
detail, but he was present when the
robbery took place, bi cordlng to, the
men who made the confessions Ed
ward Gelruii, "Big Tim's private
chauffeur, and Ralph Teter, govern
ment mall clerk.
"Big Tlin' himself admitted that he
had "received" stolen bonds and cur
rency, $112,300 of which wits found In
the homo of his father-in-law, William
The federal officials are seeking
(100,000 more In loot.
"Big Tim," worn and dishevelled,
sat on the bed in a room at the Ma
lestlc hotel Tuesday night before he
wa3 taken to prison In Jollet and sub
mitted to a quiz by posofflce agents.
Ho Is a big fellow, about six feet
three, with a red face and a bland
smile when he smiles, which wns
While he appeared .dejected, he had
not lost all of his bravado which has
never deBorted him for a moment,
but for oncei no not proclaim that
ne was ..Re ym" Murphy see.
gquaW(! Who, me?" he usked In
rep)). t0 a reporter's question. "What
.,.Lr ir r ,-.,-..,-.-.,-
(Continued on 1'age 3.)
BODY FIXES DEPRECIATION OF
GOVERNMENT FLEET AT
OVER TWO BILLIONS.
WOODEN SHIPS JUNKED
33,000,000 TONS OF TIMBER CON
Hy United I'ri-m
WASHINGTON, June 15. -Albeit I
Lnsker was today .sworn In as chaii
man of the Dulled Stales Sli'ppin
board, die lii.sl step taken in III.
liquidation of .l,000,000,000 worth o
United Stales mercantile marine.
The first action of the new boan
was the placing or $2,250,000,000 or
I he debit side of Hie ledger and draw
ing of a red line through the figures
representing depreciation In the cos
of 1,700 government owned vessels.
President Harding said thai he ap
proved the plan of the shipping hoar"
Moie than :S3,000,000 tons or wooden
shipping are believed to be a total
loss, as the ships, unsalable as ocean
bottoms are being junked, it Is said
WOULD MUZZLE SIMS
By United Press
WASHING TON, June 15 Chairman
Porter of the house foreign affairs
committee, today requested Secretary
of the Navy Denby to prevent Ad
miral Sims from making further
speeches on the Irish question.
"The admiral has already done
great damage to our foreign rela
tions and there must be some way
to stop his inouthings," said Porter.
Ho also urged that Sims be dis
PEGGY BRANDED AS LIAR
Hy United Press
CHICAGO. Juno 15. Peggy Joyce.
beautiful show girl, was today brand
ed an "Infamous liar" by Stanley
Jo ce, her third husband, through
counsel, in answering Peggy's argu
ment for $10,000 a month alimony.
'To glvo this woman alimony would
ho a message to all the women of Hie
country that adultery pays." Joyce's
Utornoy told Judge Sabbath,
PROPERTY CjUALIFICATfONS FOR
MEMBERS UNNECESSARY, SU
PERI NTEN DENT RULES. .
It looked for ti time yesterday an
if E. C. Malloy and Rev. John L.
Rogue, two candidates for positions
as school directors, would be forced
from tho running becauso of the
fact that they owped no properly at
the 1 1 ni o tho 1020 tax list was issued.
At least somebody started a rumor
to this effect, which caused con
siderable excitement anions; the
rrlends of llio candidates.
Miss Prudence Patterson, school
lerk, was one of the first persons
to bo Informed ol' I he rumor anil
sho at once started an investigation,
taking tho question or eligibility up
with a local attorney, and also with
Stnte Superintendent or Schools J.
A. Churchill. Both absolutely denied
Ihut tlioro was any truth to tho ru
mor, explaining that the state school
lr,w was so worded that anybody, as
long as he or she Is a citizen or this
country, over 21 years of agd, a rest
dent of the school district for longer
than l!0 days, can become a can
didate for the position of school di
rector, regaidlcss of pioperty qual
ifications. Four candidates are now In the
field for positions on thu school
board; Rev. John I.. Rogue, L. J.
Gates, Ed Kurtz and E. C. Malloy.
Two of these wlfl he chosen at next
Monday's election, to serve on the
board for terms of three years each.
The election will l.o held Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the high
school. Any person over 21 years ol
age and who has been a resident of
the school district for thu last 30
days, Is entitled to vote, according
to Miss Patterson.
HANGING SENTENCE COMMUTED
By United Pr-
SEATTLE, Juno 15 Oovernor Hart
today commuted the sentence of Isotu
RUMOR DISPR V
White, condemned to hang Monday, Freeland Kendrlck, past Imperial po
to life imprisonment. Isom, with an- tentlato, hopes for tho erection or
other boy killed a tuxi driver in Ever-'Huch a hospital in St. Louis. Imperial
eft two years ago.
Icom Is 19 and tho other boy H.
It is claimed that While has the mind
of a H year-old boy
An an aftermath of th" woild war,
Henry and Charles Cramer, TyBl'GARDNER STILL BELIEVED TO BE
Vttlley ranchers, in the justice court,
this morning pali'J lines of $10 and
$20 respectively for charges or as
sault and battery upon the person
if Malcolm McDonald, ex service man
and rancher near Criterion. Mc
Donald served with the American
Torces in France', where he was
wounded in action.
.vThe whole affair Is said to have
.rtirted before McDonald enlisted In
.he army for service In tha war. He
lad taken up a homestead near Cri
erlon, which stood directly between
he homesteads of tha Cramer broth
irs and the road.
According to McDonald's story,
old to officials of The Dalles post
;l" I he American Legou, of which he
s a member, while he vias in th---service
Cramer brothers sought to
'jump" his homestead, bill were pre-,
enled from doing so by a ruling on
he part of the government protect
ng soldiers from civil litigation dur
'lis the war.
Upon McDonald's return from
France, convalescent, the Cramer
brothers again made an attempt (0 i' "e just wanted lliem lo know he was
lecute the homestead which stands back," and then rang oft. This may )o
between their place and tho main a false alarm, but federal officers are
road, according to his story. Like Raid to consider the report seriously,
almost all soldiers, he was prac I Meanwhile Sheriff Hoggctt at.Cas
tically "broke" when discharged tie Rock is directing the ufforis of tho
from tha army, with the result that posses searching for Gardner. Posses
he was lorccd to get out and work searched the woods with llglns but
for wages In order to obtain stir- night, but the brush is so thick that
liclenl n.Oney upon which to live. hi(1ng wa8 matlc, Cliav ,-,. thl) lustive.
At this time, the Cianier boys at I
tempted to secure tha ex-soldier's CASTLE ROCK. Wash.. June 15.
clalm through Tho Dalles land or-!Unod SUl(e8 Man)lm, ., re.
rf HO 11 nm llio rrfmimlo Hint 1 I... ,1
nnl .Innn H n
not done tho necessary amount o
work upon it as required by law,
tho little Scotchman explained, in
telling his story to sympathetic Lu
gion officials. This plan was also
blocked however, whereupon the
Cramer brothers aro said to have
started a campaign of annoyance to
break down McDonald's morale and
cause him to sell the land at their
According to McDonald, ho permit
ted both Cramer boys
the use of.
roads tliroup.li his place, hut not-
withstanding that, they persisted In
luanng oown ins lences.
This campaign of annoyance came
to a head Monday, when McDonald
camo upon the two Cramer boys
in the act of tearing down a section
of his fenca he said. He told them
that ho was coining to The Dalles
to swear out a warrant for their ar
rested, whereupon they set upon him
and proceeded to adinlnlst er :i so
vere beating, using a shovel in the
process, McDonald explained. This,
did not deter him from swearing out
the warrant however, and Sheriff
Chrisman yesterday arrested the two
Cramer brothers, Henry In Tygh
Valley and Charles near Criterion.
Both pleaded guilty to the charge
ol' assault when arraigned lu the
Justice court this morning and were
Tho Dalles chapter of the Amer
ican Legion is going to conduct a
thoiough invent I gat ion Into the case.
Commander Pal Foley announced
this morning. If all of .McDonald's
charges are round to be true, il is
posslblo that the Legion may start
Neither of the Cramer brothers
served in the war, II Is claimed.
They are said to bo of German de
scent. AERIAl FOREST
ARMY PLANES BEGIN ANNUAL
SEARCH FOR FOREST
By IJnlttd I'rcsH
'EUGENE, June 15 Two planes
from tho ulst aero squadron todvy
hopped off at tin- municipal field lor
the first day's flight over state tim
ber. One circled tint Cascade mountains,
Hying norlh to Portland and the otho-'
flew to Medford, over Hie coa;-i
range. Trips will be made dally.
Two .men, a pilot and an observer,
are with each ship. 1'hey are keeping
lu touch with ctailons by wireless.
SHRINE SEEKS ESTABLISHMENT
OF HOSPITAL FOR CRIPPLES
By United IVewf
DI'S MOINES, June 15. Shrine
nobles today turned their bucks on
gaiety to lake up tho question of the
establishment of a great h'ospllul for
Potentate Ganoti-on of Tacoma fa-
Vors tho Idea of endowing beds for .
'crippled children lu hospltuls already
IN HIDING NEAR CASTLE
FUGITIVE IS IN
Hy United ri-es."
PORTLAND, June 15. Following a
fruitless all night search, tins ban
dit Roy Gardner, who eiviped last
werk from Deputy United States
marshals who were taking hlni to the
Me-Nelll's Island penitentiary, is still
at large. ,
Reports from California Indicate
that a man purported to be Gardner
called federal oft leers at San Fran
cisco by telephone, telling thf-m that
tinned today lrO.ll McNeil's lshlll.1
'n,pn',y. and is again in charge ol
11,0 H('i,rch (!u,,1,u"-- 1 h "Wear
!ul,K'ro 10 ,h,! ,lR,ry 1,1111 1,1(5 ba"'
dlt ' stI" ''I'1'"!? tll,! vicinity of
t-'astle rock, the basalt monolith from
which the little city hero derives ils
Mrs, Mary McCoy reported to the
officers that she saw a man slip Into
tho brush near the rock yesterday af
ter running from tho Royal reataunui.
when his actions attracted the alien-
tion of pasnerbv on the street. Another
i,uii,i,. i., n,,, i ,i,r. i,.i ti,m -,
cow on a nearby ranch v.as found to
have been milked during the night
Tho posses were augmented tod'iy
by many armed men. Many farmers
are maintaining tho search while they
continue their work, carrying on their
duties with rifles always at hand.
Marshal Holohan doubled nosses to-
. J day around Cardie Rod: and the
'"earcli will be renewed tonight with
CHICAGO LABOr CoSS, CONFESS.
ED ROBBER, DESERTED BY
Hy United ProsH
CHICAGO, June 15, - "Illg Tim"
Murphy's friends have deserted 111 in .
The labor c.ar was today forced to
stay In jail Iji default of $100,000 bail
Murphy is charged with participa
tion In the $::no,ono Dearborn mail
robbery. He Is said to have confessed
yeslerdaj and to have icpudtutcd h's
"Yes. they found $100,000 worth ol
bonds In my father-In law's house,
he said, "hill I held the nacit. I was
jusl taking care of the money for the
birds who said lhat I waa tho brains
of the gang."
' Vliiccnzo Gosmaiio, a id reel sweeper
arrested with Murphy, maintained a
disci cot silence.
POLICE HOLD MRS. AGEE
FOR PORTLAND HOMICIDE
Hy United i 'i, -us i
d'ORTLAND, June J5 - A "John ""' l.'ovoriiiuentsil reorganization.
Doe" warrant has been Issued tor j .Cabinet secretaries will issue lotinal
the apprehension of the murderer of, notices warning employes lu their de
Hurry Agee, found with Ills lluoiit parlineiils lhat they will be dismissed
eul' last week.
.1. C. Kloekor, music teacher who
had been giving Mrs. Agee lessons
upon a baud Instrument, ln being
held as a material witness.' Mrs.
Agee Is also held.
The police are still Investigating
and expect to place the blainii for the
TARITF MAY TAKE ALL 3UMMER
By United Pre
WASHINGTON. June 15 Tin Iff
legislation Will keep congress uusy
until OcMo-ber and the now lax bill
will huve to go ovtfr until next ses
sion. ,7iJcu was the nn. wer made by
congressional leaders today to Presl-
den,t Harding's oxf-ross wish that tho
seiia.t., mid hoiib concuntral i upon
taxat ion and tarfi laws and then
The 12-rooni modern ranch home
belonging to Mrs. Lois Gilpin of The
Dalles, and located on Eight Mile
creek, was completely destroyed by
fire Tuesday afternoon. The loss wa
estimated by .Mrs. Gilpin at about $!'!
000. and of this only $2,000 ;n covered
Lincoln Gilpin, the owner's Ron, has
been running the place, and his own
lurnituie, clothing and other posses
sions Mere in the hoiu.e. Mr. Gilpin
has been lying sick at hi.' mother's
homo for the past tour weeks, and two
ranch hands were In cliargu of thy
work at the farm.
Yesterday they had cooked dinner
in Hie Gilpin house, and were at the
barn, hitching to return to the field,
when they noticed r.mnke coming
from the roof of the house. As they
hurried to the house. It burst Into
Humes, The fire was fanned by a his'i
wind, and the men were only able
to save a few articles of furniture.
The house was burned In Its fouii
nations. The flames are supposed to
have originated from a defective flue.
The Gilpin house on Eight Mile was
constructed 21 years ago. II was a
splendidly built farm residence, con
taining nearly every convenience pos
slide In ii house away from city ad
vantages. In addition to other things,
Hie house had a large library on tho
Relatives and friends of Lincoln Gil
pin are today moving a cabin from
another place nearby, and this will
be occupied by the residents mil II a
house can be erected.
PRINT HOUSES FOR OPEN SHOP
tly United rn-ss
ST. LOUIS, Mo.,' Junu 15. Fifty
eight of the largest pi luting houses
here today signed nn agreement bind
ing them to operato under tho open
shop plan for five years, It was learn
ed here today.
OFFICER WHO BATTLES FREIGHT
CAR THIEVES FATALLY
I!y United Press
PORTLAND, June 15 -The police
here today are seeking to establish
the id. 'Hilly of the men Involved in
tho shooting of Special Officer Phil
lips, of the police service oT the
O.-W. R. & N. company, who was
falally wounded in a fracas with
men found pillaging a freight car
Phillips discovered the men smash
ing Into the car In thu Alblna yards.
Pollen followed a trail of blood lead
lug to the river, where signs of a
boat having been launched, were de
lected. Shots were heard alter the
fuiillade In the jards between Phil
lips ami the robbers, and the police
believe one of the lalt-r may have
killed a wounded pal, and dropped
his body in llio river to prevent tho
capture of evld nee.
Will Not Tolerate Interference
With Reorganization of Bureaus
ADMINISTRATION COMMITTED TO
CIENCY; WORD GOES FORTH
By Ralph H. Turner
(United Niiwh Stuff Correspondent )
WASHINGTON. June 15. Govern
incut employes, whose I'ouducHs for
liielr Jobs ht proverbial, had belter
tread soltly in registering their nppo
ji inn io mo aiimiiiisiraiiou s program
1 1 on i ol'llce if round gulll) or any at
tempt lo obstruct the overhauling ol
The reorganization scheme Is being
worked out now under tho guidance
of a Joint congressional commit ico
Olio result Is expected lo bo a slimh
ing of names on the government pay
roll. It has been dlHCoveied now that
niimeioiis peiNons who help run the
goveruiiitiiil have been dlsseuiiiialln
propaganda to hinder the reorgaul'i-
This effort at obstruction has tak
en many forms. A favorite method is
to besiege congressmen. The appeal
may bo luiHitd purely on political
grounds which frequently brings
quid, inaction, or the congressiuau
may be told how propo' ed abolition ol
a coi tain huie.iu threatens to dn.dro
the whole wilfare of the uovormuoir
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SEC
RETARY WILL CONTINUE
SERVICES WITH BODY.
CAMP PARK RENAMED "GUEN.
ETT" FORMER DESIGNATION
E. F. Van Scholck will bo ru! aided
an secretary of The Dallea-Wusco
County Chamber ol Commerce for the.
remainder of tho year. Decision to this
effect was reached last night by tho
board of directors of the chamber,
b an unanimous vote. Motion that
Van Scholck bo retained as secretary
was made by V. II. French and second
ed by L. Harnum.
Immediately after the vote had as
sured that he would continue his work
In The Dalles Tor tho remainder of tho
year, Van Scholck announced that he
desired to got Into closer touch with
tho county members, and for that
purpose he would llko to have the
chamber provide him with an automo
II. S. Rice, president of the com
bined city and county organization,
balked at this proposal, howqver, de
claring that, if the directors didn't
look out, tho chamber would be on
I he red side of 1(3 financial ledger.
An entrance fee of 50 cents will bo
charged In tho futuro to auto parties
using tho new city auto camp ground,
the directors decided. Money derived
from this source will bo usod In tho
upkeep of tho park. The camper will
bo given witter, fire wood, a place
lo camp, use of tho catup ovens, light,
and police protection.
From 10 to 15 camping parties are
in the park cvory night, and virtually
all ol' these oJcpcct to 'pay tor 'camp
ing privileges, H. R. Fancher, chair
man of the chamber auto camp site
committee, explained. Nearly every
other city In tho stato that malntalnr.
an auto camp Ground, charges ,a
small fee for camping privileges, Fan
cher nsserjod. At tho ptesont .time,
approximately 00 automobile pnr'.los
are passing through The Dalles evor
day, he added.
.Miss Anne l. Lang, representing
Queued chapter, I). A. R., appearod
beforu the directors by special Invi
tation and 'explained tho meaning and
origin of the Indian words "Quenclf
and "Illahee," which tho D. A. R. had
asked that the new auto park be cull
ed, Illaheo is a Chinook jargon term
and was used by tho Indians to nicnn
their land or their homo, Mlbs Lang
explained. Quenott Is a pure Indl,.:i
word and first camo Into pronilnonc"
when Lewis and Clarke camo down
the Columbia river In 1805 and ciimp-
ed at tho mouth of a little creek, a
short distance below whoro Th
Dalles now stands. In their own ree
ordB of the trip, Lewis and Clark re
ferred lo the creek as Quonott. uuuk.
which was the ntinio given It by Hie
Indians, Mlsa Lang said.
She presented the chatnhor with u
(Continued on I'ni;o C.)
POLICY OF ECONOMY AND EFFI-
THAT EMPLOYES WHO SEEK
WILL BE DISMISSED.
Several Instances of this sort, of
"lobbliig" have been uueovered lato
l Letters and personal ploap also
h 'ee been pouring Into the 'Sinoot
Rcavis committee, lu charge of tho
levamplng movement, and to Waiter
A. Brown, tho president's personal
lopreseiitatlvo on thu coinuiltteo.
President Harding and h!s cabinet,
it Is learned, will i tand firmly behind
the reorRiiiilz'iilott nchenin, whatever
displeasure it creatoa In tho inlnila of
peisons who fear a dlvorco from their
INo hesitation will bi shown In dis
The president lakes tho view that
tho administration Is committed to
departmental reoigaulinllou and can
loleruto no InterfPHUicu when the
country Is demanding a new line In
the Interest of economy. Tho presi
dent appreciated beforehand that tho
movement would meet resistance
within government circles, but ho Is
determined now. It can bo stntod, that
the dismissal order will apply to uny
oim who uses his position to lighten
his hold on the government troasury,
Reorganization, In tho meant Into,
has reached the point whoro tho va
rlous departments uro preparing rec-
(Continued on l'i no 4.)