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THE OREGON STATESMAN: SUXDAV, NOVEMBER 23. 1010.
J. K. McCadden. secretary treasurer
of llie steel strike t-ouiiiiittee f4r the
YounnHtown distrki. Jotin Klioski,
Vasbini;ton county. Penn., and K.
KohaskI, Soranton. Pa., coal jr-an-izers,
were arrested tonight in East
Younirstown as they returned from
a strikers' meeting at Coitsville. All
were released for hearing Monday
moving. under ?30oo bonds each.
Trip to Eastern Oregon Nets
$3925 in Lausanne Hall
for tike ace of the road
PLANS FOR ARMY
Strength of 260,000 Recom
mended by Chief of Staff
-WASHINGTON. Nov. 22. A
OLD GRADS ARE VISITED
Itinerary Includes Pendleton,
LaGrande, Baker and
& -A. 2
i-ftanding army of about 20,0000 juen
backed by a universal military train
ing system to supply reserves would
meet the peace time requirements
of the Hnited States. General Pey
ton C. March, chief of staff, declared
in Ihis annual report made .public
today and which probably forecasts
the wa:- department when congress
General .March founded his judg
ment on lessons of the world war.
That proved conclusively, he said,
that ability J to be self-sustaining for
an indefinite period, provided the
army was adequately prepared, was
the nation's greatest milita:y as
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LEADS TO CRIME
Youth Culminates Career with
' Killing of Detec
BAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 22. A
lover's quarrel in Tacoma, Wash.,
led Floyd Lee McClure. 20. to com
mit a series of crimes which culmin
ated here last Sunday night In the
(killing of Detective 'Sergeant An
tone Schoembs at a crowded down
town corner, according to a confes
sion alleged to have been obtained
by San Jose police and brought here
late today by Detective Captain Dun
L. L. L l. Adopts. Program
! of Insurance for- Members
i " PORTLAND, Nov. 22. Adoption
of an Instrrgftcg -Troergnl-'whleTrhad
been under consideration for several
'"months past by the board of direct
ors of 'the Loyal Legion of Loggers
and Lumbermen was the , " feature
here today of the. closing session of a
convention of the board.' Vigorous
resolutions upholding Americanism
and denouncing the Industrial Work
ers of the World 'were adopted. J
Dobbins of Joseph, Chosen
President of Wool Growers
ARE ARH CCTkll
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Sjmdacalism Charged to Offi
cers of Union All Out
PORTLAND, Nov. 22. Jay II
Dobbins of Joseph. Or., was elected
president of the Oregon Woolgrow
ers' association at the closing session
of its annual convention here today.
Charles C. Berkeley of Hay Creek-
was elected vice president, and Max
noxe oi enterprise, secretary. ine
convention, held in connection with
the Pacific International Livestock
exposition, was said to have been
the most successful one on record in
the state. ;
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio. Nov. 22.
Charged with criminal sndicalism.
Let us do your Thanksgiving baking. Pies, cakes, doughnuts,
rollst and, of course
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Our pure Bakery Products have that Home-Made taste
I BAKE-RITE SANITARY BREAD
Z ' I 457 State Street
U. S. IS CURSED
; CHARGES WIFE
Gertrude Tuleja Asks Divorce
Alleging Neglect and
lhe White MAZDA tamp
That her husband used the ex
pression "Damn the United States"
and said that he would as soon live
under the kaiser as in the United
States, is part of the complaint of
ikitaticfc, neglect mid a bus? em
bodied in the petition of Gertrude
Tuleja to secune a divorce from
Jacob Tuleja. The couple were mar
ried August 30, 1919. at Portland.
Mrs. Tuleja claims that her hus
band neglected to secure medical at
tention for her when she became
ill- a few weeks following her mar
riage. Neighbors, became aware of
the situation, and when Tuleja is
said to have looked the door against
those rendering assistance to Mrs.
Tuleja. an officer was called and
I she was taken to a hospital.
The petition states that Tuleja is
possessed of property in Salem and
that he has personal property to the
value of $5000. A decree of divorce.
W-fl .1 . - . r t
jwiuu itu Hint.- uiuimt-y s ifts, an v i
t4owance of $23 per month rending
the hearing of the .case and a one
third interest in the property Is
Professor Richard?, secretary of
education for Willamette university.
recently returned from a- trip of
three weeks into eastern Oregon in
the interests of the university. Dur
ing this lime he added ?.92: to the
Lausanne hall fund.
Pendleton Contributed I2C00 of
this, which, added to the jf00 pre
viously contributed from that place,
makes a total of S320O for that city.
LaOrande contributed $82.., which,
added to her $100 previously gven
at LaGrande. makes a total of $925
for iLaGrande. fcStanfield. . Oregon,
The contributors from these plac
es are as follows: Pendleton Mrs.
Mary L. Stockton. $1000; L. L.
Mann. $600: M. O. Lahue. $500; A.
W. Rugg. $500: Mrs. J. B. Mumford.
$500; R. O. Earnhart. $100. La
Grande Joseph Palmer, $5TJD; Floyd
McKennon. $100; A. Blockland.
$125; Garret Blockland. $100; L, L-
McKennon. $100. Stanfield J. C.
Mis McKennon AVorks Hard
On Sunday. November 10. Profes
sor Richards spok at Haines, Ore
gon, and visited Kannie McKennon.
'18. who- la teaching In the high
school there .Mlsj McKennon Is car
rying on a campaign to raise a fund
with which to build a fireplace in
the new building, the fund to be
raised from among women who once
were residents of Lausanne. Over
$100 has been raised for this fund
and plans were laid to increase this
to several hundred.
Forty 1 looms Sold"
Of the sixty rooms to be named by
contributors of $S00 or more, about
40 have been sold. , and choices of
rooms are now feeing made accord
ing to the order of the contributions.
' During this trip Professor Rich
ards visited several alumni among
whom are the following at Pendle
ton: Miss Grace A. Gilliam. '97.
treasurer of Umatilla county; W. T.
Bigby, '89. member of theOregon
legislature during the term of 1896
98; Grace Oliver; Olive Rosche, '17.
teacher in Pendleton -high school:
academy gradnate'of class '05; L. L.
Mann.' commercial graduate of the
class of 89: and'R. IKeator. F.
Schmidt and Charles' Z. Randall of
the class of '13. , Messrs. Keator.
Schmidt and Randall are associated
together as a law firm in Pendleton
Mr. Keator being district attorney of
Umatilla connty and Mr. -Randall as
sistant. Mr. Schmidt -also has held
the office of assistant district at
torney. At LaGrande Professor Richards
saw Robert L. Aitkin. law. '09. who
is a member of the strong law firm
of Ivanhoe & Marker, LaGrande. is
captain of Company A. 24th infantry.
U. S. regulars stationed at Colum
bus. N. M. Ed Averill. '06. who was
a member of the U. S. biological sur
vey, located at Pendleton, now Is the
agriculturist for the Exchange Na
tional bank, of Spokane.
Vlhit to Continue
Professor Richards expects to
spend several days in the vicinity of
Wasco. Moro, and Atherra before the
Christmas vacation, in a canvass for
ore funds for the dormitory.
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of the road. So in his ear he seeks lit lie
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Capable- of unusual perforinanee, yet al
ways utnler perfect control, the Lexington
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It bravely takes the road as it finds it,
without coaxing or coddling, lie it smooth
.or rough, heavy or ktcep, miry or Randy, the,
Lexington brings pride td its owner k heart
by its sure dominance of the situation.
The sportsmanlike ltehavior of the Lex
ington, wherever it is called upon to play the
thoroughbred, wins and holds the loyalty
of its owners everywhere.
With its long, graceful lines clean, trim
and distinguished the Lexington attracts
and holds admiration.
The frame, free from rattle, light bnt
amply sturdy, gains its fttaunch, unified con
struction through the elimination, of more
than 100 separate parts.
Our exclusive Moore Multiple Erhaust
System gives more horsepower per piston
displacement with less fuel. The pressure
ot one finger operates the emergency brake.
The buyer is given the benefit of the
many economies made possible through the
Lexington manufacturing system. Ten great
.factories specializing in motor car parta are
allied with us in making the Lexington the
lcst car possible for the price.
The B. & C. Motor Company
Temporary Salesroom ' 256-58 State Street
These new 50-watt White Mazda Lamps can be
ir used in any socket or fixture where you now
have 40, 50 or 60-watt clear bulb lamps. They
burn in anyl position. They are suitable land
satisfying- for every room in your home : !
The china-white glass bulb gives an evenly dif
fused, soft light brilliant but without glare, kind
and pleasing to the eyes. In these new j i "
EDISON MAZDA LAMPS
will be found a beauty, dignity and' efficiency
never before combined in any one lamp. See
inem ugntea, at - r
Electric Machinery &
i Enginering Co.
175 South Commercial Street.
of the settlement the company will
pay $123,000 to the Mate and will
open 9000 acres for nettlement.
By special stipulation, ex-se-rlce
men hare the first option on the
purchase of this land, which makes
prorlsion for payment In ten annual
installments, with C per cent Inter
est on deferred payments.
After 90 days of the opening of
this land, if no soldiers have exer
cised their preroeatire In this mat
ter, the land will be thrown open
for general settlement. Announce
ment has hot yet been made of the
exact date for filing applications
with- the state land board, but at
the termination of pending arrange
ment of the necessary procedure.
publicity will be given of the filing
Iff MM "
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HARRY W. SCOTT
IN PEN AGAIN
Convict WhoTEscaped in Aug
ust, 1914, Brought From
Hiram Moore, who escaped from
the Oregon state penitentiary on
August 10. 1914. after servinr less
than a third of a three-year term
for burglary, committed in Multno
mah county, was tetumed here last
night front Walla Walla and re
committed to prison.
After making his escape here.
Moore Is said to hare went to Aber
deen. Wash., where a month laier
he was arrested anJ convicted on a
charge of robbery. Moor was after
ward sentenced to the Washington
penitentiary, and his term expired
John W. Talley,. deputy warden
at the Oregon prison, returned Moore
to this city.
LAND IS OPENED
End of Suit Makes 9000
Acres Available for Ex
V.y Solomon Prkea
"The time haa com." the walrus saya
(Hut many elaim fie ulnrn)
"To talk of thors and sealing wax
and cabbares and kinrs
nd should he etna;, as we will ear.
vrhtt loyTut sound to bear
Should he add unto his Hat a. club room
stock of beer
For we are wanderers In m land full
doleful, dearth and dry.
And never more can hope to feel the
Joyful pans of Pepper m rye
And. as cur wslrus friend has said.
the t!me has fom to sing- -(We
tnrely are determined to make
that poor brute sins;)
And not inplred by Itarleycorn or
Thirty Kivers Jln:
But of the lack- of liquid cheer to
drown our sorrows in
nd as we sadlv. srravely gloom and
sin the ruddy cherry.
Or lap small Juicy oceans of srape or
And think of undertakers as we scan
the news today
"Ah! They've launched a little bat
tleship on Kan Kranclsco bay
And that tradition's laws mlaht bold
ere awam the rioting Druid
They merely requisitioned some ruddy
- launebing iiuio
And as the bark sped down the ways
trl breast the stormr brine
Her bow and stern snd keelson too
had felt the kisa or wine.
And the christening officials. If they
felt the arlowing SDrav
On arid throat or sun burnt lip could
scarcely say It nay
It was indeed a day of Joy when that
ahtp yearned lor tne ocean.
And law was made a punster In the
court of true devotion
For you and I may now declsre life
long launoning mj
And calmly launch ourselves to work
and launch ourselves l play.
And launch our little selves to sleep
and also at our meals
And leave bfWnd a long. Ions trail f
"launching fluid" seals
Two Goals From Field by Lo
dell of 0. A. C Only Scor
ing in Game
TO BE45 CENTS
Three Coast Centers - After
Birds of Douglas County
ROSEBURO. Or.. Not. 20. Com
petition is keener In the turkey mar
ket here this year than CTer before, j
At the opening of the Thanksgiving
market there were buyers from Se
attle. Portland and San Francisco
bidding for birds that are raised la
The market opened for 40 cents
for choice birds and will, with the
keen competition, go to 43 cents and
probably 45 cents before It closes
Friday night, according to predic
Enthusiastic Meeting is At
tended by 70 Business
Men of City
Seventy business and professional
men of Sllverton organised the SU
verton Community club at aa enthu
siastic meeting held In the First
Christian church at Sllverton last
night. F. E. Calllster acted as tem
porary chairman. Permanent organ
ization will be eempleted at a meet
ing Friday. November 2?.
Following the meeting a banquet
T. E. ilcCroskey. manager of the
Salem Commercial club and Luther
J. Chapin. director of the agricul
tural department of the club, assist
ed in the organization.
PICKED AT 0. OF 0.
Dozen Students Elected to At
tend Conference at Des".
EUGENE. Or.. Not. 22. Twelve
stedents werel. elected. In a two day
poll held at the University ot Ore
gon to represent this Institution at
the annnal convection of the student
volunteers la DesMolnes during the
Christmas vacation. Following La
the list of those elected to make the
Seniors. Stanford Anderson, Port
laad: Don Newberry. Klamath Falls:
klabyl Weller. Eugene and Louis Da
Juniors: John Houston. Klamath
Falls: John Gamble, Portland: Ella
Sophomores: Wayne Akers. Was
co; Eleanor Spall. Portland, and
Ruth Flemgal, Eugene.
Freshmen: Hobart Belknap.
Prlneville. and Mildred Weeks, Port
land. More than S000 students from the
colleges and universities of the Unit
ed States and probably 5 00 from
abroad are expected to attend this
conference which Is an International
affair ot a religious, non-sectarroa
Five other delegates are to te
named, representing the faculty, the
Y.M.OA. an Y.W.C.A,
Ex-service men , residing in Salem
and vinicity should be particularly
interested in the opening for pur
chase and settlement of 9000 acres
In Harney and Grant counties. The
opening of this section is the result
of a compromise of a suit instituted
bv the state land board versus the
T'lcifie Livestock- Association. in
which approximately 18.000 acres
r l.nJ l h it..... r .
14 OOUth Commercial Street Ues were . involved. By the terms
PORTLAND. Nov. 22. Oregon
agricultural colleges football team
won today's game from Washington
state college through two perfectly
placed goals from field. That wi
the only sco-lng. the finals being.
O. A. C. : W. S. C. o.
Carl Ixdell made both scores and
his kicking helped to make up the
features of a game filltd with kick
ing. Oregon played a defensive
came throughout, and only the two
field goals prevented a tie game.
Score by periods
O A. C 3 0 3 06
W. S. C 0 0 0 00
Oreeon scoring goals from field.
Referee. Ceorre Varneil. Chicago;
umpires. . Piowden. Stott. Stanford;
time of periods. IT. minct- each,
NEW YORK MARKETS.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. Evapor
ated apples, firm; prunes, active;
Wilson Believed to Have Sug
gested 31 Percent Rise
WASHINGTON. Not. SL-rSeere-tary
of Labor Wilson stepped to the
front again tonight In an effort to
bring miners and operators togeth
er after a proposal by each side had
been rejected and the slate wiped
Mr. Wilson is said to have formal
ly presented . definite proposal for
settlement of wage disputes which
would send bituminous miners back
to work before the country was In
the throes of a coal famine, but Its
nature was not disclofed. It was
generally believed hi suggested
wage increase of abeut 31 per cent.
"Raxtu. how Is It you have given
up going to church?" asked Pastor
"Well, sun." replied Rastus. HUs
dis way. I likes to take an active
part, an' I used to pass de collection
basket, but der's give de Job to Dro
thah Green, who jest returned from
-In recognition of his heroic ser
vice. I suppose?" , -
"No. suh. I reckon be got dat Job
In recognition o his having lost one
o' his hands."
Not All Who Attend
Oar school are competent
bookkeepers and stenograph
ers because there are maay
srho do not remain In school a
ufficlent time to complete the
But those who complete our
full course graduate may be
iepended upon to do efficient
work. These are the ones who
pre in demand by business men
rhese are the one who climb
to the top and secure good sal
aries. . Your success will be eas
ared by what you put Into the
This school can belp yo.
Let us talk It over. Day and
Capital Business College
When a Want Ad i
Working For You
LS SEARCn TOR A CAP
ABLE OFFICE EMPLOYE.
YOU MAY CLOSE YOCR
DESK, and go home 'with the
knowledge that. It the person
you are looking for is aTailaV.e,
youm aooa know It- For yo
may be sure that the work
seeker who Is really ALIVE wtU
keep la touch with all employ
ers who advertise and fron
many applicatlona yoa wiU
able to eelect the rigat one.