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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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R EP1I RTS LIES
Ex-agent of Burns and Theil
-Agencies Tells of Wall
CHICAGO, Feb. 14. (By The
Associated Press ) .Albert Berlin,
alias Albert - Balanow. confessed
epy and agent provacatear, admit
: ted today under cross examination
. ifO.lt. Smith, assistant attorney
general of Michigan, that many of
'lifs reports, while aa agent of the
-I ms and' Thell detective agen
t ' were lies.' t . - , ,
balanow, 'In deposition .being
t.Ua by Frank P. Walsh; attor
t:y for 221 alleged communists
- f-dng trials in Michigan, had pic
tured the communist and com-
tnunist-labor parties' and the I. W.
i TV. organization as being virtually
controlled by, the two detective
'agencies and operated- ad sidelines
lor extracting money from bank
' ing and business agencies. i -
, Reports Lies, Admits
i He charged . that he and other
agents provacateur of the two de
tective agencies 'organized labor
unions and ..radical organizations
and directed -their activity in or
der that the; detectives might ar
rest deluded radicals who .fallow
ed their Jead.
j His1 admission that many of his
reports were;1 lies came, when At
torney Smith tjnestloned 'him
about a report he sent,. from Mil
waukee detailing ,an alleged meet
ing with rono ,.Le ch o ve ts ky," gup-
posed to ba a .dangerous repre-l
aentativa of - the soviet . govern
ment. ' ' .)
r The .examination -disclosed he
had furnished the report to John
li. Garrity, then chief of police of
Chlcago'and the Thlel agency and
collected salary, and expenses1 from
both. ' :
Wall Street Affadr. Told
The? Milwaukee reoort. which
the witness admitted - was -false,
concerned the Wall Street bomb
' explosion. On direct examination
he' testified that Michael - Pianni
gan, vice president of the Thlel
M agency, told him the day after the
I - explosion on September J. 6, 1920,
i , to. go to the Stag hotel at Milwau
kee and register under the name
y "of "A. B. Rosenberg" and there1
j j write a report alleging he had met
I' a radical ' named 'Xechoretsky, a
I soviet representative in this1 coun-
r 'try, and that Lechovetsky had told
" - ; him that some 30 Russian leaders
T 'had recently held two- meetings
:and planned various bomb explo-'
j lesions, assassinations and - armed
revolt. . v : ' '
:;. Flannlgan, he swore,- told him
t - to mail 'a copy 'of the report to
Chief of Police Garrity. v
Flannfsan also gave him a list
of alleged communist party mem-
j , bers, he said, and told him to mail
I It to 'Garrity, who' wuld have' it
photographed and then-mail it on
to Isaac E. Ferguson of the Work
, ers fiefense committee, so , that
-Ferguson's office could bo raided
and the list would be found there
i : , as evidence to be used in convict
ing. -, ;
i . Story 14 Weird '
t Today's story by Balanow was
as weird as that he told yester
) day and Monday. He pictured
? ; Allan O. Meters, of the Burns
, agency as proposing to send him
4 V to Russia to kill Lenine and Trot
4 xky, by putting poison, to be ob
4 tained from the Burns agents in
-a Poland,; in their drinking water.
He swore Arthur Proctor, secre
tary here of the Communist party,
was on the payroll of both the
' police department, and the Thlel
I agency and ( kept his records as
secretary tn the", police station
t vault. Hhe declared Roscoe T.
Simms, negro organizer bf the
i j American Federation . of Labor;
j - Leon Green, one of the organizers
J 2 of the Seattle strike and other
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a weu xnown laDor ana raaicai ieaa-
ers. were really detectives to; dis
guise. ' Assault Threatened
. A diversion was created during
the hearing when Leon Green ap
peared and had to be ordered out
OF THE STOMACH
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lalngt of tbe- stomach, enrich lb UooJ,
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and UrecfJiea emy boJZjr luactioa.
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TolanJa, eldest ' daughter of King Victor Emmanuel and .Queen
Helena of Italy, will wed Count Calvi dl Bergolo, an officer of cavalry
who served with i distinction in the world war. Court gossips at
various times have reported that the royal beauty was engaged to the;
Prince of Wales, Crown Prince of Belgium and Prince Nicholas of
Rumania, - -1 . ' '
after he had threatened to assault
Balanow on the witness stand.
Balanow swore' 'that Roscow
SImms had 'been elected secretary
of the "Workers' Defense League"
to raise funds, to defend radicals
arrested in 1920 raids because he
and Karl Brockmlller, another
Thlel 1 agent, nominated him for
the post on orders from Cooney.
He declared that SImms, as- secre
tary, conducted campaigns to raise
funds for. the defense and spread
propaganda attacking the prosecu
tion under Cooney's orders, al
though, the ;Thiel .agency,- which
employed Cooney, i had been, re
tained by MacLay Hoyne, state's
attorney, to make the raids and
gather, the evidence.
INCOME! TAX BILL
? .,, (Continued from page 1) ,
argued that such amendments
should be made by friends,' not
enemies, of the principle .of an in
come tax. -'The administration ex
penses of house bill 350, if passed
would ; be about $40,000 to 50,
JD00 per 'year, he' said.
Small Bostmess Hit
One of the principal arguments
presented against the. passage of
tne bill, and that 'argued most
forcibly by , RepresentaUve Kay,'
was that small business enter
prises 'and the' proprietors of such
enterprises would be unfairly
taxed under this bill, and capital
would be discouraged from com
ing to the state to engage in bus
iness, if such 'a tax was Imposed.
It; is particularly unfortunate
at this time,: Kay said, for the
state on the verge of a great in
dustrial -development, to place
any barriers In the way of attract
ing capital to this state rather
than to Washington, California or
other 'western states. '-'
Representative i Catkin, - who
has ' been active in the prepara
tion of income tax bills and 'who
introduced .the original " bill upon
which the measure passed yester
day was framed, : explained the
provisions of the act and pointed
to the tact that the bill, while not
perfect possibly, was the result of
extended efforts on the part of
a number of ztrembers and Dr.
James Gilbert of the . University
of Oregon, and would prove un
der trial to be workable, fair and
easily administered. -
Representative Woodward made
the objecUon to this bill that it
did not sufficiently : ease the bur
den of taxation which the farmer
and other owners of real property
today is forced to pay, which was
answered - by ' Representative
Wheeler with "We try to pay 85
per cent, now, and we'd .Just as
soon take on he extra 15."
Severance Tax Bill Is c
. r Indefinitely Postponed
; The Watson-Blowers severance
tax bill was Indefinitely postpon
ed yesterday on an unfavorable
report from the committee on as
sessment and taxation.
The bill provided a tax of 3
per cent on the gross market val
ue of oils and gases and .two per
cent on timber and other' natural
resources and ' natural deposits.
Among those who appeared be
fore the committee to oppose the
passage of the measure were Pat
Gallagher of larney county, C. C.
Hindman of Portland, C. 1. Starr
of Portland and Senator Magladry.
-The basis of opposition was
that timber has always paid its
full share of all state and district
taxes, that a severance tax Is un
fair since it ii a a added tax at
the . time of severance after the
owner has paid - , property tax
during a long period, and double
taxation since the timber pays an
ad valorem fax at present
Dr. A., Ross Hill Makes .Re
port 'on ; Near East Then
Tenders Resignation. '.
. WASHINGTON, Febr 14., Dr.
A. Ross Hill, vice chairman of the
American Red Cross, in charge of
foreign operations, made his re
port to the Red Cross executive
committee today after, his return
from Greece upon his work of or
ganizing relief for refugees from
Asla-Mlnror and then submitted his
resignation,' which was - accepted
in resolutions praising him for the
work he had rendered. The res
ignation, it was 'explained had
been ; contemplated ' for ' months
and deferred only because of 'the
Near East situation, .
In his report, ' Dr HIU stated
that there" are approximately 8 00,
000 refugees in Greece, of .whom
more than ,500,000 are dejwndent
on charity at' present. - -
All clothing and ' most of the
food for refugees is furnished by
the American Red Cross,' .and the
needs of refugees have been pret
ty well met. ' However, with the
approach of spring, which begins
about March 1; lighter clothing: Is
needed : '. .
"The refugee problem In
Greece, he continued, "is closely
bound with the prospective peace
settlement. The refugee from
Asia-Minor are anxious to return
and- will return If the -peace set
tlement makes : ' that possible.
ThQse. from eastern. Thrace are
chiefly .farmers and they will find
room to settle in wasteru Thrace
and Macedonia but the : Asia
Minor refugees . are traders anid
want to live in cities and towns'
and It is more difficult to see bot
they can find permanent homes i
Greece, in case the -privilege of
returning; to Asia-Minor la denied
them." i '
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r41any Shriners Plan to
Visit Local Club Tonight
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A number of Portland Shriners
are to visit Salem-tonight', to at
tend the meeting of -the local
Shrine club. The ' big ' thing oin
the. program is the perfecting f
arrangements for the great Shrfne
Ceremonial', to" be held In Salem
May 5. This Is the general init
iatory and social .annual meeting
of the Shriners j for the whole
year, and . It will bring candidates
fo. rinitiation, and old-timers for
the fun there la in it, from alt
over the valley. Fully 500 Shrla
era are expected from . Portland,
with the famous Al Kader Patrol
band. - . . ,
Of the visitors tonight. Mayor
George Baker of Portland will be
one. of . the notables. Harold
riutchinson,' Illustrious potentate,
the highest Shrine officer of Ore
gon. Is another; and .Harvey
Wells, of the Al Kader Divan, Is
a third. The meeting for tonight,
to arrange for the May ceremon
ial, is called by William Bell,
president of the Salem Shrine
club. . -
- Salem 'now has, ' for ' the first
time in the history .of the city,
two' local Tesident members of the
Al Kader divan: Rev. II. D. Cham
bers sand Joe? McAllister. "The di
van Is - the executive council of
the order. '
The Salem orWlllamette -Valley
district' has now -283 Shrine mem
bers, and a goodly proportion' of
these -are expected in' tonight.
By MARGUERITE GLEESON
O T. VALENTINE'S DAY was
the Inspiration for a number
of informal affairs. Mr. and'
Mrs. : E. A. Colony and Mr. and
Mrs. 'William Hamilton were
hosts last night at a pretty Val-j
entlne dinner party at which cov
ers for. 19 were placed.
Valentine' favors with quanti
ties of red carnations -were used'
on ? the pretty dinner table. Val-J
entlne stunts occupied Hhe - after
dinner hours and, later the guests
nlaved m. ramA of 'hearts. - . '
r The guests Invited were (Dr.!
and Mrs. (John Evans, Mr.' and.
Mrs. Walter Spauldlng, Dr. and
Mrs. C. E. Bates, Mr. and Mrs.;
W. S. Jeer, Dr. and Mrs.'Xtck;
Ttnma Tr .urt Mn Mil' KJ
mever and Mrs. Beulatr" 'Mills." A
' One of the pretty Valentine;
parties -was - that sponsored r by
the Business and Professional;
Woman's club last night at the
Elite hall. -Progressive five hun
dred was played during, the eve
ning and it -was a most success-;
ful , affair. . ' .
Mrs. Susan Varty was chair
man of the committee " on ar
rangements. - The ' party was a.
benefit : tfor the chib Which : will
be 1 used Howard defraying the
local share of the expenses of the
national' 'convention which . will
fee held in 'Portland in the sum
mer. i Oregon will : sometime erect
a monument to Dr. Owena-Adair
who: Is ? doing such valient work,
for the . future: of thea race with
in this state, -according to Fred;
Lockley, who " spoke Tuesday;
night-'before -the -Salem .'Arts
league. , ' )
Miss Cornelia 'Marvin, .state 1H
brarlan, . is one of the -big ; fig-;
a res In Salem - and ' ' Oregon, 1 he
said, 'and 'Che state 'library la the1
biggest i work carried on here. : ;
v "Plots what they 5rew and
how to get them" was the 1 sub-i
Ject of - Mr. Iiockley's address to
the league members. 'He "sug
gested places where plots might
be found and told of some ' of ' the
odd places in which heJhad toun'4
material for ' stories. . He advised
telling the story and then stop
ping. Mn liockley , Is - a contributor
to the Bookman, the 'Amerlcaa
and McClures. He ' told many
Interesting stories of Jack Lon
don, who be - knew intimately, :
Mrs. ' Leckley , was in - Salem
witbr Mr. Lockley and they -were j
guests oi toe league xor tne eve
ning. " ,
. : Members of -the Raphitarlan
club will meet this afternoon for
the . regular February meeting
with. Mrs. James HelUeL The af
fair will be a special .party for
Valentine day. .
Hal Hlbbard auxiliary will
sponsor a tea at the armory this
The women's missionary socie
ties of all of the churches of Sa
lem will meet tomorrow for an
all-day meeting at the First Chris
tian church.'.-. 4
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The Woman's union of the First
Congregational church will meet
today to finish uncompleted work:
but the regular Friday", meeting
has been -postponed because of
the union meeting: ' at the 'First
Christian church. - I
Mrs. H. C. sEpley will be hos
tess for the PEO'g of chapter O
this afternoon at ' the 'home of
Mrs. O. E. Price. , - i
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Miss Helene Swarts became the
bride of Crull Orcutt of Ontario
yesterday at the Lutheran church.
Rev. George E. Kohler officiated
at the marriage service, i which
was read at . 3 : 3 0. Mr. and Mrs.
William Young of Dallas were the
attendants." . ' t
4 Nadlne Orcutt was ring bearer
and Mildred Allison carried flow
ers. Both were frocked In dainty
white organdy. The bride wore
blue canton crepe and carried a
shower bouquet of -white blos
soms. Miss Pansy Nleswander . sang
"At Dawning,"' and "O Promise
Me." Miss T. Kohler played the
wedding march. ' A reception for
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In Her New, , -
Watch for Further
T CLUB CALENDAR
' -. O'ooay :; ''" "
Raphalartan - club, with Mrs.
James Heltzel, N. Sammer street.
OAC dub, with' Miss Dorothy
Steuslof f. ," ;,..-.
Chapter O of PEO, with lrs.
O. E. Price. . ' ' . "
Hal flibbard Auxiliary tea.
Friday " '.; ' ''.
"JVoman's Auxiliary 6t ' St.' Paul's
church. ' . ''
, First Congregational Woman's
Union. ,.'.;.:'. '
. 'W. R. C. at naiL
some 40 friends of the "bridal
couple was held at the home of
the bride's sister, ilr. W.' Q.
Krueger," following the .church
service." ; Mr. and Mrs.. Crull will
make their home in - Ontario, Or.,
where Mr. Crull Is a Iruggist.
Saturday evening Mrs. Bertha
Junk Darby's" music pupils ' gave
;very pleasant recital at her
home on Church street. : 'Two or
thr(ee were kept away on account
or jthe. very stormy weather, liv
ing at a distance, " but all 'present
"The 'recital ; was, with r two ex
ceptions, . made up".' of ' American
composers. Miss Irma i Keefer,!
preliminary to her rendition, gave
an Interpretalive ' talk : on Mac-;
Dowell, and' pleased all with ' her
playing. ' 1 - . ' ,
Following Is the program: i
Clair Hartley, Mrs. Darby
Mareh' . , .. . , . . - 'Sontag
Morning Glory . . . . . .Gest
In Jolly Mood i . . . . Rowe
f - Clair . Hartley f
Jolly Farmer"; . . '. . . Schuman
- : Genevieve Mulkey ' '
Minuet at Court ...... Heller
Pieretter . . . . Dicks
. ; Margaret Nunn ' -
Butterfly Band Miller
Song, The Blackbirds". .Cramm
. 'Mildred Caraon
Passing Thought ...... Johnson
' 'Edna; Ellis
Dragon Fly,... Becker
Reverie . .-!. . . ."... Bond
Indian: Love 'Song and -Flute Call
. . ........... . Lieurance
By the Waters of Minnetohka
; UllianSTynam '
Frolic of 'the Fireflies. - Nord
Minuet -..-..'! . . . . Paderewskl
To a Wild Rose: .... MacDowell
" ' Kenneth MCCorxalck
The Witches 'Dance . V. MacDowell
Etude Burlesque"-.". 6aar
" Irma Keefer.
MISS HENJTJM dies
S1LVERTON,. Or., Feb. 14.
(Special td The Statesman.)--;
Miss "TJnie ' Henjum died" -Tuesday
afternoon after an Illness of sev
eral months. - Miss Henjum had
not "been 'Well for a" long 'time
but' it was not until -recently
that. ' her ' condition ' was - consider
ed really ''critical. .' Funeral' ar
rangements bave" not yet beau
made. ' '
--'But ma; vTJncle John eats
wifh.ha knife." ' '
"Huslj deaf. UneleJ John la
rich renough f 4o eat 'with 'a sttre
shovel" it. he prefers tp.-Den-ver'
In ths huma hodr if too will -
Tronic's Preicrlption ; in ct. 4t la -m
ilumt to utter wit illmmUry. rain
Ur. sciatic r but form f rhitai.
Traak's IlraaSrtptioa DOBS NOT detM
th heart. i IKtiSS KOT ri iha stom
ach. - Eat all toe mat ad toad. fxs
wish. I dos not contain any haratftil
drag or narcotic -bns poltWaly
tma rhTuntigm sad rt. 1 WHAT
WOKE DO-YO WANT I Thmrm U with'
i&g hetUr.' It U also an. excellent- I-ivtt
jtfedicina-and the createat Uric Ajdd ioh
vent kievn. Tronic's Piwrlirtion tM
for.fl.75 or 3 for only $5.00 at Parry's
Ornc tore, tae Jieiall acugyist. Seleav
Ore. r - - ' ' - . !
r4 , t Account
DsHas $ .90
ABaay .... $1.15
Szn Francisco $37.60
Corresponding reductions to
all 4 points where one way
. fare Is $41.00 or less.
Bale Dates Feb. 21 and 22
ncturn Limit Feb. 26lli
For further particulars ask;
ticket agents. Southern Pach
' tie Lines, or '
v ?PHN JI. SCOTT
General -Passenger-Agent :
. i'ortiand, Oregon
The following house bills passed
the senate-yesterday: ' '
; .H, B.: 155, Mcldahan of Marioq
-r-Prmitting state land board to
extend time fore foreclosure of
mortgages. ' j
H.B.ZQ6. Umatilla County Del
egation Appropriating $10,000
for investigation of hydroelectric
and reclamation; projects. -
H. B. 22, Bennett Relating to
listing of agricultural and horti
cultural, lands: ".'- -.
H. 'B.318;4T5roodward To pro
vide dental inspection ' in public
schools of cities with not less than
25000 children -'of school age. -'
"H. B. 3 4 a. Committee on Roads
and High way a-Relatlng to tele
graph aud .telephone poles on pub
H.' B. 34: Bailey and- Huston
To prevent' aliens not eligible to
citizenshipr ttom holding anv In
terest in -rear-property in the state
of Oregon:...; ;. ..- ..
H. B. 3 3 9, Committee on Roads
and Highways H.Au,tfcorizing the
highway.' commission' to construct
snow fences.. v
H, BI 341,' Committee on Roads
and Highways -r-.Authorizlng the
highway commission to pay claims
resulting from, highway construc
: H. B. 34X,; Committee on' Roads
and i Highways Authorizing the
, ED COLiDS
: Stop your cougns and colds be
fore they become serious. If neg
lejted they, lead'. to influenza, la
grippe, asthma, and bronchitis.
Three - generations of users have
testified Ao the aulck relief civ
en by Foley Honey and Tar from
coughs, colds, croup, throatr
cb,est and bronchial trouble'. 'Larg
est selling congh medicine in th4
world. .""Mrs. S. Ij. Hunt. Clncin.
naU, Ohio, writes : ; Foley's Honey
and Tar-cured me of a hacking
cough, wheeling and pains In th
chest." llefuse substitutes. Sold
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An Immense fj5h?psicnt Just - Receive6Frca Our Ovra Ililb . -
AN OPPOETyNITY for the thrifty housewife to supplement the houschc'ld.
bedding needi'aV Substantial Savings. These Blankets are so-called liLtIy
tiefectiye bjecause of minor defects a small oil. gpot-dsfk or slightly off
shade warp thread, or other minor imperfection that in no wjjge affects the r
wear or warmth. COUI? 4in .gEE THEM. ; v.- -- -
You'fl Save $2.00 to $6,00 If You Bay How -v - -
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?.Keguiar . s.ou, extra, neavy aars gray, xor
rough usage. Weight" pounds. Exceptional
value, 90 wooL Ct
4 Per pair Vv3y
V Rfgolar 411,00 pair, all jure Virgin vWool.'
O fdse 66x80, Inches, in broken pink f(
, plaid pnly; v Per pair v; . j, , v OaU U .
4 Regular 15.00 pair, all pare
,X Comela pink or lemon plaicL
2& Per pair ' , .
highway commission" to designate
highway. rouls through incorpor
ated, towns. J:. . . ;
ilvB. 32, Miller Making school
clerks gt districts of the first and
second classeti custodians' of school
district fundii. j'
If. B 47, Harlburt -Requiring
all appointive officers and public
employes in the state to be Ameri
can citizens and providing penal
ties for violations.
H, B. 218, Hammond- Requir
ing school districts to sell school
bonds, notes'-or warrants at not
less than par and accrued interest
sou iv surer use icr oias ior sucn
sales.t'T'K":'-1'' '" i'--"""'.
H." B. 20 1, Hurd Creating of
fice of herd Inspector -for Clatsop
county. ..." i -
7e har moved all cur zlndi
scuth tocsi of cur prceczi irciliqa xri
giyiag c? the ccrcer stcn5"rccp.v -
' Uny yocr Dry -QcjiiVfn -"'dTc
: etc., at Closing Out
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in colors, of gray
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An early copy of "The r'r a"
has $een sold for ,$1C0. V
is more, money than Clear ..iea
Poe ever had In his life." ; t
Make the Use of r
TK1 rifre.bir'? Eve
i Lotion -soon makes
Eye Clear, IUIIrnt, ' .
Sold by aU Droda. Welt Ix 1.
MtTRtNS CO 9 East ClOo tirrtt, d.l:r
Prices. - - ;
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.70x82 inches, in colors. of . gray, and fawn..
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Per pair ......'..... v?y J.
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woolen 'Blankets v!'l re
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81.00 to 3.Ep.ci r
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Regular 8160; pink or lemon plaid, all pure. i.
Virgin Wool,' -Slxe 70x88 inches. f?1 T .
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