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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1921)
THt- DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921.
a short honeymoon and then the try for the American Association for
couple will return to "kesp house. ' the Recognition of the Irish republic
realization that he was a doomed'
man. He left over protests of many
close friends, who pointed out he
could hide In the United States for
Mary Adel Hays9 Opera Singers at Chautauqua
Feature Musical Attraction Scheduled for Last Day of tho Assembly Headed by
Mary Adel Hays, Noted American Coloratura Soprano
Whether O Callaghan arrive'! In
Trntnnrl nr fin tlin nnnMiionl ... nrj
Mn'.te the most of our special vnl
nn, In unmon'a irnlln vnolii .1! 1"n " """"" ""'
15c, 19c. 26. Also women's union suits t..f, Y.u "ovomeats are; months.
needed over there," ills
.., rrin riin rr.n ou,. A1i ..t.1..n tn
choo-orrom. E'dw. C. Peace f VtU" '"TV" Mm " 2 T
I not content to do the tnlklng in
Close advisers today cald O'Calla
ghr.n left the United Slntes with the
United, States and let others do
fighting back home."
(Continued From Pnga 1.)
(CdiitliniiMl I'Toin l'fii;i 5 1 1
tho International union, tho commit
tee todtr.i made consldi'i'iihln piocieft
with tin- wink of I'l'-'.litliHl w:if culii,
ineetitii,' the luolili'in ul unemployment
and strt'tiKtliciiliii; lis organization Hi
the fnee of :ill:iclcs I. (.in opt n shop
An effort ol llii! colored dnIcKallim
to present a l'f r.olullun condcmnlm',
the activities of Klu Klux Klan In llie
sriuih and nii',;ili the ledcrnl and suite
IjiiVfTii iiifn I lo lain slops lo crush
the on;anl.al Ion v.i:: no! allowed lo
Unanimous (onsen! of llie conven
tion Is nccpsnary for llie Introduction
of a resolution afler I lie seeotnl day ol
the convention. When I'reildenl (loin-
pers asked II I here wiu oliieelion lo
iiieHcntfitlon ol tills ineasuie, 'Will lam
lH.ulchlnson, of the llollioihnoil ol
Carpenleni and .loli.eis, uhje.-ded. Set
eral protests wen made l.i llulclilii
lion's ohjeetlon, hill (li.iiiper.-i held the
measure could not he piesented.
A resolution culling for ortjan'lxallon
of one hi;; union :.nd favoring the
general strllte ir a weapon of lalmr
unions was defeated wit Until a dir
at DOS Kan! Third Btieel, two doors
east of Dalles Meat company, Saiur
day, Juno IS, consisting of ne.
dressers, uuiltrei'SCH, hot; npring,
Iron hod.!, rugs, pilluWs, comforter."
and many o her article:? loo nutnor
ous to mention. Kale to commence a!
a p. m. .1. C. Thrall, auctioneer. 17W1M
To The Votcij ouj'ho CallcG
Monday, Juno 20, al 2:IK) p. in. n!
tho high school hullding there will
ho held an elect Ion, when two mem
hit's of thu school hoard will he elect
ed. Any qualified voter nun caul bal
lot; and I am one of those nominated.
:ontiary to custom my nolnhhnrs
did no! pormmdi1 me to accept I Ills
nomination; 1 believed I was (lunliflcd
i;o threw my hat into llie ling and now
anlc your rupporl, hut suiiporllii" am-
candidate docs not do him much good
unless you conipli In the support by I
voting for him. I
HI you want u cheap member on tin
school boatd do uoi vole lor me as
I liellovo lial In order lo secure ca
pable Insli iiL'lorii thai we must pay
for I hem, and I am willing to pay niv
pail, as I want only the be-.t to ier.fi
I do promise, however. io try and
'Perfect a thorough iiiglnlz.tCim, II
elected, in thai ileparliuenl, and lo
lioep elflclime a'wavs In iron! of ;is
as efficiency can only lie secured
tliiougb prri'tiimn ol oi-Unl.ai ion. I
am aciiialnlei with llie n miiiulii",
meinliern of the school board anil have
had personal dealings with- ihem in
handling rehnol al fairs and know ina
if elected that I will be able to cooper
ale Willi llii m In llie liille: degree.
Ill cnnclllrduli. Mile or "oiiieone,
and vole for me If cunsh'citi, but
put "pep" In seliool mailers and give
a bettor moral nuppoil than has been
given in Hie a -i mo elecllons and
build up a t oihl liberal oie,
C'ald Al ) V. ('. M .o'.
' ' ' '
lecied enough votes to defeat the
A H-;olutlon commending Sycro
tnry lenby for his action on Adrnlr-
1 ii 1 Sims' speech in London also has
been sidetracked for the time being.
Tin- icsoiutlon calls for tile dismiss
al of f-"ms If he made the nntl Sinn
1 ein ! lie ich-attilbutod to lilm
The lust day of ('limitiiuiiuii promises much to muse i.nors. Mnry Adel Hays, prominent American soprano
Is brlnuiiig I'rolii New York her ou.i coiiipany ol Craild I'leni Slngi rs, Hu'elber Willi lieulali Chirk, pianist and uc
eonipanlsl. No 'iieli musical orgaiili'.atlon bus ecr been i.resenleil on "the Western ('bautauiiuas.
The nan f .Mary Adel Ilajs Is familiar on the Coast. This is llie tilth triins-contliientul tour of this charming
coloraiura Milolst. The Atlanta .loiini.nl of Atlanta, Ceorgia. In1 speaking nt a recent nppcurance said, "Those who
iicai d Miss I lays in her recital are enthusiastic In their pralMi nnil conipnre l.er voice with Tetrazzlnl's In its innrvel
ous eclmiilie null beauty of tone."
liulli I'carcy, coiilralto, has a voice of extraordinary beauty. She lias '((ipeared repeateilly with such celebrities
us John .McCorniiick.. Alda, I'ere.v (Irniicer mid Toscha Sublet. CwiimK- Scbell, tenor and John Wtilninau, baritone,
fire soloists with establish! d reputations In the KnM.
liPHLIN, June 17 "President" De
Vnlera of Ireland, In a niessaga to
the American Federation of Labor
today, urged support of the Irish
"Kecognltlon of Ireland by the
United States will lead to a true
demociacy - heie," lie Valt-ra said.
By A. E. Johnson
(UmUmI Nc',' Stuff i 'im"Mii)ilt'nt )
l,ONl0f.. June 17 I'ouli.n'ed In
llie win si gun running cam.)aig:i i:t
f,1 years of Irish Double, (Iroal lirli
ain'!' Kccro service and coastal palro!".
and confidential agents of llie Iris'i
i flice are cooperating with Scoilund
Yard men both beio and in Aiucn.M
) stint om inn coulee of a"nia!ucii:
Highly iiciu.ulional coveloiinrnl" u.'i
epecteil If Hie rclu ! agents (!) ti)
(ill! trying t.i smuggle arum to Hk
Loin l'Y'n aim l'it,:,i A;..c. Ie;i.
I. Iiislt lute'
Dial ii h.ii, U i
a i n m.il:.' of
pia'cha -cd Ii :
!U'c :j;t ise pn
; been av.'.n e tli i
in lilnn r' Ui w '
I" 'ne s. T-.'d consignincnis ot 'Id and
II, i e.ipcctively, a:e bclloveil to have
Alter a cou-.iiltat l')n, officials ho'-o
(decided lo expose Hie Mmrin bv seu
,111!; a slilpmeiii in lloboken, which was
(lone 'Wednesday, Instead of waiting
iiulil il arrived off Hie Iri.-h coast, Hie
(diee( being lo liirulsh Irrel'iilalde
pi oof of llie origin of I In weapon.-'.
The inventor of Hie gun, Ceneial
Thompson, founeiiy of the ordnance
i. rm of llie Hulled Stales army, is no.v
In London and has been tiere for a
consldl'ialile lime negotiating alniou
slicec ssl ully lo sell his pale, its lo Hie
l.'rltish governmenl. Annj gunnery o.v
I erls made i)hiins ive lesis of llie
.'eapiin and approved tt. Iteciimiueiid
at Ions are now belore Hie Itrttisli
ireiinury for Hie purchase of llie pat
i ills, luil Hum piobaldy will be can
celled ouiii'.'. lo the i.UHplclon tint
eisons coiiceined wllli the irc.uul.ic
luie ol Hie guns liiive been dealing
iith American Si In Keillors,
Captured '?i'lu Ken ductiiueul-i
which I liae been perinii ted to icv
,"ae the III in. h inilliiirittes their fn-.i
(lue lo the : iiiuguling ol .uiis houi
Hie I'niicd .-i ali 1 1 Other dociimi pi
ill -ioi-e ihal Hie weapon in iiuest.'o.i
ha I In on iles.gn.ilci: as the iinei wea
pi.n of the lildi republican army.
Kh.boialo dlri clious as to its opera
lion v.en f en i out ticcompanfed h1'
footnote!' signed by Uiclmrd .Mu'cuh.v,
(hlef of .si at f of Hie Scin l''ein army.
The tun use. a calibre Uiilie.l
j iiates aiiny piotol idiell, wh'ch is itai-i
to be Hie ammunition most cadly
i avails bio. The gun Itsjlf h small and
! compact and ideal for guerilla war
! fine aalnsi the police, a.s tt can bo
' a ried under a man's raincoat. The
ma;;a;'.tncs are so small that they can
:'.t Into a man's coat pocket.
British (lest royeir, are totMlanlly pa
Moling the lilsh coa d lo ctileh gun
Oltlclnls hero unlicipate that
Unite. I States congrers will milk;1 an
jfl'ltlnl Invostlg'itlon and pe luii.'s
a?!: n the d'si'liurge of some siib'ordl 1
lute cl'fl.'ials ol Hie euslouis doiiart
:iont a result (f di-'closit:on. v.'hlch '
re cx per; (oi l to me nir.de.
GIFTS FROM POOR
RICH CHICAGO GIRL, FRIEND
CRIPPLES, VyiLL BE BRIDE
il'aii" irovornuicnt now
me, the i;if Thompson
( onfiscaled Wednesdn;
owns, by sens
Hie tiler alongsido the sieanislilp lOaat
Jldc, t'reni wh.ise hold they had been
eui'.vid, "hci'llv huforu ll'.o ship w:is
;iiin!cd clearancn for Dublin I'e ier-
1 .lud;',e Clniries l Lynih, in the
hiiiid Hiates district court at New
.rk, N. J . i'i",ned an ouh r lute Thur:.
day oiileriiiK the lloboken police to
inn over Hie weapons, Hie aininunl
lion ami Hie machine gun clip.'- lo .M.ir
I'm C. Kyuii, Inspeelor ol cus oms,
and insl 1 iici lug li.wui I i s'ore the ma
(eii.il ill Hie disjoins i;lo: choice m
Acci nioa'iii il by rjieelal g.iaid-', r'd
Ing on the truck, and oilier t walking
beside II. (he guns were t r:ui:,poriod
io N' -tt Yoik Thursday uighl.
ny United Press
C1IIOAOO June 17 -Tho home of
the world's i (client brldo was banked
today with slrnplu little present:;
from poor cripples she had befriend
ed. Miss Lolita Armour, daughter of
J. Ogden Armour, multi-millionaire
packer, is to be married tomorrow
lo John J. Mitchell, Jr.
Miss Armour, hcistlf once a crip.
plo and miraculously save I by an
operation, has deolcd hvr life In
reli'il lliatlng' -otlu is.
'Although s'ho,- c'au affoid (lie most
liMiiloim wcjldlng inouoy could pio
vide; the ceii'ini-ny is to bj very
"I'lxtravagatuc '.is a sin." she raid.
"1 want i.iy vediling to bo a lucky
on. therefore I will not start out
.Miss Armours w. ddlns gown Ii a
(simple little thing of while velvet
land finite inoxponsiw. She Is not
I going to wear any j. well at the
j cei cniony.
' Her Irouc.seau la made ii) uiostlv
t W "left ovei'i,"
I 'Sliutlng on an ecinoin'ciil basis,
.a iiian : ml a woman have a bettor
! chance," she said.
"if I u'oio to luvh h a small for
i into on my liou.'ujcau and gown,
memory would hi in?, only lead
l.i n e later on.
"II would he only selfishness and
I di.n'1 belicvj selfish people are
i v. r happy or lucky."
I After the weddlns tbeie will be
(Coiillniieil From Page 1.)
empharlzed by the president are:
(Ivealer efficiency, elimination or
dead wood personnel and new heads
in the operating, construction and re
pair divisions and other crucial posi
tions. Immediate invenlory of all earning
assets ol the board, charging of cot
down to present marice! prices ol
vessels, yards and enulpnant, allo
cating ihe amount churned off lo the
war expense." of (he United Stales.
Placing the new figures as the
haalr. on which the hoard shall de
velop trade routes and operate ship
ping hoard vessels until they are dis
posed of to citizens of the United
Stales to be operated under the Amer
Immtidiale realization of plan to dispose-
of Hie ship, at market prices nn
twenty to thirty years' time at a reti
ionable interest rate.
I"vio.l of a'l han i in r cialm
and disputes growing out of constr'"
Hon program and limiting the activ
ities of the boaid to eomple.lng the
construction of vessels now on the
wayr and the operation and sale ot
When nil shlpj are sold, to ntper
vife their operation and aid in the de
velopment of trade routes and tho en,
1 pi cement of laws to prevent discrim
ination against American producers
Chairman Lasker's rlgnature to llie
agreement with the engineers to ac
cept the 15 percent reduction in wages
will wipe out the labor controveraj .
(Continued From Page 1.)
During his r'nf here, the 2!)-year-o'.d:
Irish rebol leader stumped the coun- j
The School Board Election
TIME MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2 P. M.
PLACE HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING.
Two directors will be elected.
Every qualified voter can vote at this election.
Why you are asked to vote for JOHN L. BOGUE
1. He is a property owner and taxpayer in The
2. Is the father of 4 children attending our city
3. Has shown an active interest during the past
year in the pupils of the local schools.
'4. HE HAS THE TIME TO ATTEND to SCHOOL
Does his experience qualify him for the impor
tant position? Judge for yourself.
EDUCATION Parochial and public schools,
High school and academy,
fr Moody training course,
Shorter seminary course.
BUSINESS Business college course,
American Sales Book company, one
Traveling salesman, wholesale dry
goods, New York and Michigan,,
NEWSPAPER WORK Elmira, N. Y. Gazette, re
porter and circulation.
Special Work Elmira Telegram.
Salt Lake Tribune.
Colfax Palouser, semi-weekly. Editor
Editor, "Trench and Camp," Camp
Lewis, Gne year.
Camp Lewis Commissioner, Presbyterian war
service, one year.
He spent two years in the arm-' welfare work '
with the 91st and 13th divisions at Camp Lewis.
Why does he seek election to the school board?
"I am interested in our schools and consider It an honor to serve
a community on the school board. 1 believe that I can be of sorvice
to our city and our young people. No mistake wi'l be made in the
election of any of the candidates. They are all worthy citizens and
will render good service. I am sure that any one of them will
appreciate the, honor of election to the office and I also would ap
preciate the honor and solicit your vote."
Vote for JOHN L. BOGUE for school director.
(Paid Adv.) By John L. Bogue, The Dalles, Oregon
"Something- New Every Month"
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From (he iJes. Hmvlish Walnuts
You can pack il anywhere- and it.
win nut jj.;t. "sticky.
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The June Bride
SPECIAL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
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Books are as essential as any wedding or
shower gift. In addition to our list of standard
books of poems, travel, and books in sets, we
suggest the following as being of special in
terest for the June bride!
Boston Cooking School Book .$2.50
Mrs. Norton's Cook Book 2.50
Economical Cooking : 50
White House Cooking Book .$2.00
vlarden Year Book '. 75
V Calendar oi' Lun-jheons 75
A Calendar of Smarts 75
V Calendar of Dinner!.'! , 75
Homo Ejonoiuizers 50c-$1.00
Rsi'ipwMy Friends' and Mv Own $1.50
hvlpos Locso Leaf ;$-i,50
Wc are now representatives for the Embo.s
O Graving Promts, engraved effects without
tho expense of a plate. '
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FOR TWO DAYS' MORE
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