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CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 28, 1920.
WET IM S
Strife Over Government Poll-
cles is Momentarily Still
While Greatest Irish Demon
, stration Fills London.
WIDOW OF DEAD MAYOR
; COLLAPSES AFTER VIGIL
Long Endurance of Wife, Mar
vel to Those Who Watched
Case, Breaks After Death
Shock Has Been Bravely
DEMOCRAT CAMPAIGN COSTS
. w aV , - aei m & a. :
LESS MILLION; U. U. r
C SSjZi IGHTL Y OVER THREE
H. J. KlnAie
Directors of Various Branches
Meet to Elect Officers and
Hear Reports; Miss Todd
Re-chosen for Secretaryship
LONDON, Oct. 2. (I'. P.)
Strife ovor government policies was
momentarily atlll today while Ter
ence Mac Hwlney was consigned to his
maker. Somber thouxind knelt In
fit. Georges cathedral while the arch
bishop and assisting bishops Intoned
the solemn ritual. ' Nc disturbance
occurred. The procession In which
the casket -was Conveyed to Huston
station was considered the groutest
Irish demonstration ' In Kngland's
history. Police feared a possible hos
tile demonstration, bttt tho corteKo
everywhere wai greeted with deepest
1 he coffin will remain In the Ma-
tlon until evening when It will
taken by train to Holyhead and
thence acriss'the channel to Dublin.
' 8000 Escort Iksjy.
Apparently reassured by the Inef
fcnslve attitude of the police, Sinn
Fein soldiers uncovered their uni
forms and openly worked with Hob
bles" In controlling the crowds which
urged about the cathedral when the
doors were opened to permit the pub
lic to view the body of the late l,ord
Mayor Terenco Mac eiwiney following
funeral services. Fully eight thous
and men and women In procession es
corted Mac Swlncy's body to the sta
tion. ' 1
Harold J. Warner, local lawyer, and
formerly con I minder of the Pendle
ton post of the American Legion, was
yesterday chosen chairman of the
Umatilla County lied Cross for the
coming Vciir, at a meeting of the dircc
tors of the various branches. MIm
Virginia Todd was re-appolntcd sec
retary, whllo Mrs. J. T. Langi was
chosen vice president and Mrs. Alex
The executive committee will con-
sist of the officers elected and the fol
lowing: L. C. Schnrpf, retiring chair
man; Mrs. J. It. Ralcy, Mrs. 8. R.
) Thompson, H. E, Inlow and Itcv,
fred Lock wood
Many In AlHlidiimc. "
Tho meeling was well attended,
following directors being present:
Mrs. Margaret Hunch, Adams: Mrs.
Florence Reverence Hianfleld; Mrs. It.
C. Todd and Mrs. F. A. I'holps of Her-
be f,,,on! Mr- - w'- Carpenter of Uma-
pine; Airs. j. a. wallers, ui .-neacnani ,
Mrs. Hoy. penland, Helix; Dr. Oscar De
Va'il and C. 1 Miller of Pilot Hock,
and directors from Pendleton. Mrs.
Haley, Mrs. MacKemsle, airs. Thomp
son, Mr. Warner, Kev. ijocxwooa. mr.
UScharpf ind Miss Todd, Mrs, Thomus
Campbell and Mrs. J. F. Mc.Vaught of
' Hormlslon, attended the meeting as
I To ISrprmcnt tliapUT.
I Mr. Warner was choaen to renresent
ithe Hed Cross with tho committees of
the Commercial Association and Am
erican Legion, and arrange for a part
In the Armistice Duy pruKr'Jn. Mrs.
yfiW YlfltK, Oct. 2H. (A. 1M
Total receipts of the democratic na
tional committee to October 25 am
ounts to $878, H31, the party's treas
urer, Wilbur M. Marsh, reported to
the senate, Investigating committee to
day. The sum consisted almost en
tirely of contributions to the campaign
fund, except 150, 000 which was borrowed.
Democratic dlsburHcmcr.l.". totaled
I.tM Thau One Mill m.
XKW YOHK, Oct. 21. (('. P.)
The democratic national committee
has received and spent '.eHM than a mil
lion dollars In the campaign so fur, ac
cording to a statement filed today
with the senate sub-comtnittco Inves
tigating campaign expenditures.
MINERS ARE OUT,
(Continued on page C.)
OR. D. B. HILL NAMED .
2500 in Northern
Part of State is Underway
and Guards Are Posted to
Prevent Injury to Shafts.
WALKOUT WILL CUT
THIRD OF SUPPLIES
IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENT OF
BRITISH COAL STRIKE LOOMS
WITH AGREEMENT FOR BALLOT
Headed by a band of Irish pipers. I nttee whlch wlu nave charge f
the procession marched slowly i nH .k...
hundreds of thrtununiln dofred their
hats as the heanra passed, the only
discordance, bekig produced by hawk
ers who cried their offerings of Klnn
Fein color and souvenir postal cards.
Police stopped traffic In the busiest
streets that the cortege might paas
In Dublin, Mac Kwlncy will lie in
state all day Friday, whllo the Irish
nation goes Into mourning. The body
will be taken to Cork on the follow
ing day for burial.
Vt Mow Collaihtc.
LONDON, Oct. U.(V. P.) Ijidy
Mayoress Mac Hwlney oollapsed to
day. Broken by her long vigil at the
bedside of her husband, who i.lcd in
his hunger strike, she was put to bed
and ordered to remain there. Khc
will not be permitted to attend the
Impressive funeral services planned
(Continued on page s.
1 Henorta of tiM work done in the nast
In i VM K U . .MM ..l.ltn hMlrh
jncrvice and home nursing were made
by Mrs. Haley, and Mlxs Todd relmrted
; in detail on the . increased work in the
home service department, explaining
tho many klndg'of assistance given to
cx-sorvice men and civilians. C. K.
Cranston told of the county campaign
being organized for the annual roll
cull, of which he is chairman.
GIVEN SIX MONTHS
liONDON. Oct. 28. (A. P.) Syl
via PankhiirHt was today sentenced to
six months' Imprisonment on a charge
of publishing an alleged seditious Is
sue of the newspaper, The Workers
Dreadnaught, on October 11.
HERE ARE STATEMENTS AS TO
POLICY BY RIVAL NOMINEES
FOR MAYOR OF PENDLETON
. Pendleton. Or., Oct. 28.
Editor East Oregonlan:
If elected mayor of the city of Pen
dleton, I shall enter the office without
an expressed or Implied promise as to
appointments to city offices, and shall
be free to work with the council to se
cure the best ofricers possible.
I believe in a forward policy, yet It
shall be my purpose to advocate keep
ing taxes down as far its Is conHlslont
In pursuing an economical yet efficient
; I believe In law enforcement, and It
Is my desire that Pendleton be kept a
clean and wholesome city to live In.
It shall tie my purpose to work for
the good of the whole city and not for
any clique or faction.
O. A. HAflTMAX.
Dr. David H. HJ1I will be tuus'mast
er at the banquet to be ttvul on Satur
day evening. Nov. 6, in honor of the
2i0 boys ttho are expccleii to be here
to attend the Northern (Mcgon Older
Hoys' Conference. Dr. Hill today ac
cepted the commission, according to
Cash Wood, county V. M. C. A. secretary.
Delegations from Pendleton high
school and from the schools at Athena
and Wealon have alieady been worKed
up th:s week by Mr. Wood and Inter
est In tho coming meeting In increas
ing. Boys from all the towns of the
county are coming in goodly numbers
to meet with the youths front western
Oregon, who are a.lwo to be here.
Committees are now at work on all
featuies of the conference except the
girls' meeting which will be on Sun
day afternoon uiyier Airs. Jcun mor
ris TCllls.. Tins is In reallly unrelated
to the boys' conference, except for the
Tact that Mrs. Kilts In coming here
primarily for thci;i.
The committees at work now, an
nounced by Mr. Wood this afternoon,
Entertainment committee It. W.
Hatch. Mrs. F; 'A, Ueuailen, Will lofl
land, Mrs. F. L. Ingram, Willard Bond,
Mrs. H. I Hurroughs, 11 . Draper,
Mi Da ay WcPIici hoii, A W. !u(i.
Mrs. Walter PlunCng, Dean Tatom.
ttamayet citnmittpe W. W. nariah
Si Keels, W. W. Green. L. L. Mann
Mlas Grace Ollliam, Mrs..J. E. Montgomery.
Music committee Mrs. H. II. For-
ahaw, J. N. Scott.
House committee A. C. Funk, Ulcn
Itoberla, H. H. De Hart.
Large Quantities of Fuel Are
Stored in Cities and Situa
tion Will Not be Acute Un
less Trouble Drags on.
DKNVKIt. Oct. 28. (IT. P.) Ite
porta from the coal district of north
ern Colorado indicate the Ftrikc of
2500 miners has begun. Many min
ers left work yeHterday evening will'
their tools and guards were posted
around a few of the mines to prevent
them, from being flooded. Troopi--
and 250 Colorado rangers were or
dered to the district by Oovernor
Stioun. Tho state mllltla will be or
dcrcd out If . necessary. The strike
w II cut off about one third of the
state's coal supply. However, large
quantities of coal are Ktored in cities
throughout the state and the situa
tion will nit become acute unless the
ftrike continues for several weeks.
IIXDOX. Oct. 28. (U. P.) Beltlc
ment of the British coal strike Is con
sidered certain, with the miners and
the government agreed upon terms.
The proposal must be submitted in a
nation-wide referendum by miners be
fore becoming effective.
Miner)) Will Voto.
LONDON, Oct 28. (A. P.) The
coal strike In England and Wales was
settled this afternoon contingent on a
ba'lot of the miners.
Terms which the executive bodt of
the miners are recommending to the
men will provide an advance of two
shillings per shift for pcrsoni 18 year
old with a corresponding advance to
younger miners. The miners woulo
pledge to cooperate to obtain Increas
GIVE SERVICE CROSS
Major James S. Duacnbury, an offi
cer in the regular army of the United
."tatea, will toe present at Pendleton's
celebration of Armistice Day, Thurs
day, November 11, and make the ad
dress of presentation when the dtstin
culshed rervice cross award-d to Dr.
Fred A. Lieuallen, of this city, is effi
cially presented. Word of his coming
reached Harold J. Warner, chairman
in ch.irjje of arrangements for the
American Lcgtnn, this afternoon.
JKKJ MAISIH.T liOWl 'M,
POHTLAND.-Orc, Oct. (A.
l Hoes are lower today at $14 and
$M.75; cattle nrt sheep arc slow. ,ar.a cannoi oc ncre,
Eggs are firm and butter is Btcady. 1 afternoon.
Ma tor Dusen lmry was a colonel In
charge of an artillery unit during the
war and bears four stars on his service
ribbon, indicating four ma Joe engage
menta. He is Bald to be a man o'
pleasing perxamallty and an excellent
r-peaker. He will read the citation ac
companying the award and pin the
medal upon Dr. Lieuallen.
With- Major Pusenbury and Major
William K. Oillwrt. state commander of
the American Legion, both on Pen
dleton's program, the celebration of
Armistice Day here is expected to be
one pf the most notable events In re
cent years. Adjutant General Oeorge
A. White has accepted an invitation
to speak -at Kt. Helens on that date
word came tn:s
T. F. O'BRiEN WILL
Thomas F. O'lirlen, until October L
freicht and Passenger agent for thf
O.-W. It & N. Co., here, will return
to hia old position on November 1, hli
resignation having been reconsidered'
Mr. O'Brien announced last nigh
that he would Resume his duties, oi
Local businessmen were 'instrunjen
tal in bringing about the retention of
Mr. O'Brien In Pendleton, a protest
having been made by them when hi
handed In his resignation a month ago
H has always been popular with loca'
shippers and through their efforts 8
transfer to another station was with
Mr. O'Brien's brother, J. P. O'Brien,
general superintendent of the lirres
waB here last evening and made public
the announcement that Pendleton'
wishes would be granted. F. B. Hall,
of Huntington, who has been In charge
of the local station since October 1,
will return to his old station with Mr.
PORTLAND, Oct. 28. (U. P.) Let
Anderson last night battered Keller all
over the ring in their bout here and
won a decision over his opponent. Kel
lar took all kinds of punishment but
was still going strong at the end of the
Battling Zuzu won on a foul from
Frankie Murphy and Johnnie .Fisk got
a decision over Flores, the Seattle
lightweight. Moore and Rose got a
draw while Chick Kocco won a deci
sion over Nelson in the opening bout of
the evening. ' '
"I was not present when the senate passed the war resolution, but I know what it conveyed.
i i i i .j , . ,i . -. m . i i- Tn rri uuo it h wi i hi .1 i , . i 1 uviiivkinvj., -
I Know wnai it menus unu we uiu ui . ...... - ---- -.- .
did not go to war even for humanity.
,11 LU wttr LU mane tile nwow v ttt
-From a speech by Senator Harding at Wheeling, West
Mrs. Hylvan O. Cohn him . boon
chosen city chairman for the fourth
- annual Rod Cross drive for funds
which begins on Armistice Day, No
vember 11, and continues until No
vember 15. Mrs. Conn's experience
In work of this kind assures tho exe
cutive committee that Pendleton will
-alse Its quota, MembfMrs tn
Red Cross are of five kinds: annual,
II: contributing. 15.: sustaining. Il:
life, $50, and patron, 1100. Also the
Ited Cross may accept gifts up to any
Besides finishing up Its war time
work In tho after-care of former ser
vice men and their families, the I'ma-
tllla county Red Cross has been on a
peace tlnte basis and 'during 1119
i 0 d'd large amount of civilian re
lief. Before the drive Is over, Mrs.
Cohn plans to get these facta before
every person und orsantratlon. In j
A. V. HION'K PLATFORM
Oct. 28. 1920.
r.dltor East Oregonlan:
As a candidate for Mayor I feel that
I cannot disregard the challenge of
Mr. J. M. Cornellaon and Mr. Claud
t feel, aa they, that the candidate
who makes no statement of his Inten
tions may not be a safe man for the
office, either in Stato, County or City
There was only one thing that ap
pealed to me when I was urged to al
low my name tu go before the people
of Pendleton for Mayor, and that oris
thing was this, an opportunity, if elec
ted to use my Influence to make iV
City of Pendleton, which I have called
myshome city for the past thirty-four
years, a cleaner, a bigger and a better
city In which to raise our boys and
It has been reported upon the streets
that If I am elocted Mayor that l will
close the picture shows and the cigar
stores. There Is no foundation for
these rumors. I'hcso places are au
thorized by law.
It shall be my aim, if elected to assist
every legitimate enterprise and pro
mote every Industry of Value to the
City of Pendleton and Its inhabitants.
It shall also be my aim and purpose
to enforce the laws and ordinances of
the City of Pendleton and the Klale of
Oregon, and to give to tho peoplo of
Pendleton a clean, sensible and digni
fied administration, and If there are
any laws upon the statute books of the
City of Pendleton that should not bej
enrorccd to cause me council 10 repcaij
I shall endeavor. If elected, as your'.
mayor to secure a Police Department
for the City of Pendleton that will
uphold and enforce the ordinances, and
make the city safe for Its inhabitants.
A. W. KUUU.
I1 1 s A . i i ot I, i it.'.ri JUi MJ 1 . I II IHimilJltf rf'ijr "XV " . 2TI
Local Men Returning From
Spokane Bring News of Eli
mination of Party. Lines in
Zeal of People for League.
A universal breaking down of party
'nes and un accompanying drift of all
hlnklng people to support of the Lea
rue of Nations is reported in the In
land Kmplre region by local men just
back from Spokane. The league sen
timent Is causing thousands of votes to
swing to James M. Cox. champion of
that league of nations which awaits the
entrance of the United States.
Not alone In Spokane but in the
great wheat belt of Washington and
the agricultural and lumbering regions
of Northern Idaho is the sentiment
spreading. No longer It is a question
if Tepublieanism or democracy but -the
league or no league. People are not
icing fooled as to the issue, the local
Five men en route to Pendleton Join
ed in a discussion in a Pullman car
ast night. Of this number two were
iemocrats, three republicans. One of
he five said he would vote for Harding
but was casting his ballot for Senator j
or George B. Chamberlain. j
Another in the party, superintendent '
of a construction company employing
140 men in this county, declared that
lis vote is for the league, although he
Ij a republican. While he has not tak
en a straw ballot among his em-
: TRAVELS SHOW
CAUSE IS WON
People Understand That Issue
is Whether United States
Will be Nation of Honor or
Break Faith Says Governor.
SOUL OF AMERICA HAS
BEEN ROUSED IN FIGHT
i Countrymen Realize, Nominee
! .Believes, That; Theirs is
Chance-to Usher in New Day
fa, Peace of Entire World.
oloyes. he expressed bei:e: that out of word w,)jch wm (nsure
ine iiu enipiuyeu, ij uum
Cox, because of hia stand for the lea
gue of nations and his friendly attitude
In Northern Idaho the Non Partisan
easuers, who are numerous, are de
?lared to have aligned with the lea
gue of nations issue and are support
ng the democratic national ticket.
The election of Nugent, democrat, as , a?aln get "more than a square deal,
DAYTON, Oct. !. (By James M.
Cox, copyright by the United Press.)
It i because of my travels through 10
slates that I am confident the cause of
peace, progress and prospertty fr Am
erica and the whole "world wllVwln a
victory next Tuesday. It ha been a
great fight with the force reacting in
both national and world affairs seek
ing to block us at every turn; but it
has been won. The people understand
the issue. It is whether the Cnlted
States shall be a nation of honor and
enter the league of nations the most
humanitarian enternrtse of centuriea
or whether she shall be a nation or
repudiators and break faith with 81.
000 American boy who sleep In sol
dier graves, their families, their nine
million comrades-in-arms, and millions
of Americans who made sacrifices, ail
of whom were given the pledge that
vo were fighting this War to moke
future wars impossible.
The soul of America, has been
aroused. People are allowing God. not
the senate oligarchy, to talk to them,
they realize the chance ia thelra to
usher in a new day in the affairs of
happiness, and. prosperity, not only for
the United States but for all peoples.
I'nfair Busineervs Opposed -Dayton.
Oct. 28. (By Herbert W.
Walker. V. P. Staff Correspondent.)
Every unfair business In America Is op
posing his candidacy In hope he will
United States senator,
nest a certainty.
is declared -al-
TKAL ACCEPTS APPOINTMENT
PORTLAND. Oct 28. Joseph N.
Teal today announced acceptance of
lis appointment as a member of the
MILLION DOLLARS IN
THROWN ON MARKET
ST. LOL'IS, Oct $. U. (P.)
One million dollars worth of
drygoods was tthrown on the
market today by St. Louis whole-
Salers at heavy reductions from
recent peak prices. These re
ductions are said to range as
high as 50 per cent In some cases.
Twenty five hundred buyers
from all parts of the country
have been attracted to St. Louis
by this prico cutting..
Oovernor Cox declared
Cox Charges I'nfalrncM '
DAYTON, Oct 28 (A.P.) Another
statement charging the Saturday Bven
ng Post and Its editor, with .unfair -part
sanship was Issued by. Governor
Cox today. He charged that misstate
ments were made only four days be
fore elect'on when it is impossible to
NEARLY HALF HUNDRED
MONTGOMERY, Ala.. Oct. 18.
I A. P.) Forty three alleged "night
r.ders" have been arrested In Cullman,
Marshall and Blount counties in the
past few days, according to announce
ments by the state law enforcement
department and the governor's office.
' : '-- 1 3
LABOR OF LOVE AMONG REDMEN IS
REVEALED IN HISTORY OF MISSION
The Catholic Indian Missions of
Umatilla county are featured in the
October number of the "Indian Sen
tinel." published quarterly by the
churche's burreau of Indian missions
at Washington, D. C.
Father Thomas M. Neate, who for
the past five years and for a decade
of years prior to 1912 has ministered
to the needs of the tribes on the res
ervation and who has conducted an In
dustrial school for Indians, is the au
thor of the articles telling of the work
In this territory- Pictures taken by
Major Lee Moorhouse, of this city. Il
lustrate tho Umatilla section. Among
the pictures are hose of Captain
ILnmliiiBn l'anl fihnu'nwAV Irinr4
Bats-No-Meat Stella Turlap and the
famous "Cayuse Twins.
Tribute l"nld Major
The following tribute is paid to Ma
jor Moorhouse: "Major Lee MoftT
bouse, V!. S. agent, Umatilla reserva
tion under President Harrison, y-taiiiR
to the present day the high regard of
the fathers and sisters thut he won by
icuson of his kind and friendly scr
A history of the Umatilla mission
writteu by Father Joseph Cataldo, ap
pears in the magazine and tells how
the Umatilla Mission was founded in
the forties of the lust century, by Fath
er John Kroulllet where the railway
sla'oti. Mission, is now located.
rwm In lt-pdkntkm
In the dedicatory pases of the Sen
tinel appears the following lines, en
titled "The Umatilla," and written by
Eugene Beck. S. J. :
Into the lonely wild, where grim
And Umatilla through the track
Pursued their foes, or on the
The bison and the deer In times of
They came Brouillet and widely-loved
And all the rest undaunted men
Who. strong with God, the Red
Man's anger faced.
And won his murderous hands to bet
Within the canyon's mouth a village
Sweetly on cross- and spire the
And eager for the bloodless (Sac
rifice. - '
Bright-vestured Indians move In end-
So Love was won! Secure from
wear and loss
Your trophy stands brave Sol
diers of the Cross:
Reoorted by Major Lee Moorhouse,
official weather observer.
Barometer 29. 5.
Rainfall. .35 inches.
NjJSJ Tonight ttn4
sW I rkly rain.