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Tlil pnper l ii memtiur of snn audited
by tli Audit Bureau of Cirtiulutluna.
Tha East Oregonlsn In Citrn Ore
ton's greatest aewnpsper and a
selling force give t" the advert ir
ovrr twlcs the gunrnnte-d piit riren.
1st. on In Pemileton and Umatilla oua
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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
CITY OFFICIAL PAPE2
DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30, 1920.
SHU FEM PAraf BELIEVED TO HAVE DECLARED STATE OF WAR WITH EN
BODIES OF CAPIl n MATE
OF BARGE PIRRjE WASH ASHORE:
,r-r, . . - ,
Living "Members of III Fated Party Reach Indian Village Oppo
site James Island Where Vessel is Supposed to Have Struck
and Gone Down in Friday Night's Hurricane.
SEATTLE, Nov. 30 ( U, P. ) The'
bodies of Captain A. H. Jensen und
Mai P. Iluhmaiul of I ho barge Plrrle,
lout In Friday night' gnle off the
QblHVVo.rlvejy huxe awuvfouarV- ty
Indiana, washed up on tha beach at
Cape Johnson; according " message
received here by the weather' bureau
today. Two aallors were found alive.
No sign of the Plrrehu been aeen.
The message aaitl; "The lurvlvors
are now at Lapueh." , Lapiish la an old
Indian settlement at the mouth of the
Qulllayute J-lver, Just opposite James
Island where the I'lrriu la supposed
to have struck and gone down. The
survivor are belloved to have been
too exhausted to 10k when found.
That they ahould have1 aurvlved the
tempest and reached tho mainland
through the pounding sea J consid
ered a miracle. There Ik no telephonic
communication with I-apuah where
the sal I on are being cared for.
The Plrrle, towed by the Santa Ititu
left Tacoma Wednesday, bound for the
weat coast of Booth America. Willi a
lumber cargo. She wu fully equip
ped with sails, but was being towed
due to (trailer speed. The two ships
panned Cape Flattery, and were pro
ceeding down the coast when Hie
Morm broke Friday. The Santa kits,
after battling for hours to nave the
Plrrle, wa finally forced to cut the
hawser. The ftama Hlta mirrowly es
caped going on the rock herself, win
ning her way to the open sen only aft
er a herculean battle. With the gov
ernment tug Knohomlsh. alio baa been
conducting a vain search for the Plrrle j
BI'ZZARDH DAY. Mas.. Nov. 30.
(A. P.) Charles (.iurland. the young
man who has renounced his right to
a million dollar legacy left him by his
father, James A, Oarland, who was a
wealthy clubman and yachtsman of
Boston, has made a formal statement
of his reasons for rejecting the money.
Ilia statement, he said, was due to the
fact that the many reports of his fail
ure to accept the leuacy hiul fulled
properly to present Ills position.
"I refuse to accept the money b
cause it la not mine," tiarland .said.
"A system which starves thousands
while hundreds are siuffed condemns
Itself. A system which leaves a sick
woman helpless and offers lis services
to a healthy man, condemn! Itself ; It
Is such a system that of ferslnc a mil
Kays lie Ctaild Do (.mm1.
Many people have written to tell
hint what could be done with the mon
ey, ho aald. "They scorn almost proud
out the power that I have in my hands
but It is tho most pitiful thing they
could point to. Yon cannot Berve tlod
and Mammon." So many people ready
to aerve the dollar means so many les
to serve Cod. There are great oppor
tunlties to do good but they are ii
men's hearts, not In my- check book."
Mr. Garland s statement was madr
from his home here, a former Inn of
stage coach days. The young man
who la 22 yea re of age, Is living at tin
house with his wife and Infant daugh
tcr as the guest of his mother, Mrs
Marie Tudor Green, who supplle
thorn with maid and keeps their lard
er full. Ho plans to go to work even
tually, he said, tint a year at Harvard
college, which he left to get married
and preparatory schooling in this coun
try and In England fitted hint for no
work ready at hand, and he said 4)0
thought It would be spring before ho
old anything. His wife Joined hlnwln
his renunciation of the million. Hls
mother, although not holding
V . . . . .
same views, has told him to do wnat
, 1 .Z.. T,.k ... KWe !
i.- .. the estate llveH
,, " A. Garland 111, u brother of
Charles Gaiiand. who has accepted hls
ebare of hi father's estate, made
larger by the fact that the mother ol
the boy abandoned her rights in or -
,T.. Vrnm-es C. Gieeno after
Hnh of lier first husband. At,"et.
Harvard College, is Hamilton Garland.
a third son, who lacks several months
of. reaching hta majority.
, KKKKB MASTKIt'S DLGItEK
There are more than 30 candidates
for tho muster's Uesrco ut the L diver
ally of Oregon. ,
TWO SURVIVORS BATTLE GALE
OF SANTA CLAUS ARE TO
SHARE CHRISTMAS TREE
A Christina tree with the
"passing acquaintances" of Kanta
Glaus us gnesU, will be presided
over by Damon lodge No. 4.
- Knight of Pythias, at their next
monthly eoclul meeting, Monday,
December 27. Pendleton's poor
children will be honored guests
at this tree and admittance will
probably be upon recommenda
tion of the local post of the Sal
The lodge, ut lis social session
last night, received more than
I.1O0 In cash and pledges of
randy, fruits, groceries, clothing,
etc for the Christinas tree.
Presents will be obtained for ull
the youngsters who will have lit
tle or no Christmas cheer In their
own homes and needy families
Will be given Hie merchandise.
The session last night consist
ed of refreshments, music and a'
. i, umber of talks by members.
Objection to the proposal of th"
Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co.. to
Increase Its rates In Pendleton, were
Trrrwarrren !-rturonr a - to -rhe-fltsie
Public Service Commission by City At
torney James A. Fee. HI letter wsh
compiled at the request of the city
council last Wednesday.
The company asks for un Increase
In the value of its s'ate properties
from 1 13, s;s to JJl..".n,(i(ju. This
is' an addition of 3.uoo,000 upon
which the company Would have Its
yield Increased by 7.; per cent In
creases of as much as 60 per cent on
certain classes of service, which art
asked, are also objected to, as are th.
general Increuses of 21 per cent on all
In bis objection for the city. Judge
Pee sets forth that present financial
and Industrial conditions do not war
rant the Increases requested. He de
clares that some of the officials and
employes of the company are over
Several other allegation In the)
petition of the company are denied.
CHICAGO, Nov. ,30. (t . P. Env
lloycs of the Standard Oil Ciflnpany
will cut a twelve and a half million
t'ollar melon Christmas according to
plans of officials of the company,
made public here today. Each em
ploye who has been In service n year
may subscribe for stock in amount
equal to his annual salary, the com
puny to pay for half of the stock. The
tmploye will be allowed to make pay
ment at the rate of 20 per cent for five
December wheat closed at JI.56 3-S
tl,0'today. Just two-eighths of a cent lower
!th,.n thn nl..-lit,- i.flu l.klnnl.iv
veiling ut 11.52. closed ut 1.50
- - Following lire the quotations
,''' Overbeck & Cooke, local brokers:
It 5 ft
lxindon, 348 .
Berlin, .0142 V4. ;t
V V. call nioner, per cent.
SHIMMIE DE TERRE
FOR UNSTEADY RIDE
Homebody dubbed It "Ktanficld
the Stirring." and stir It did Sun-
day morning. The earthquake,
tremblor. tiemor or shlmmle de
tcrre, whichever one prefers to
call It, gave Klunflold a thrill.
Pcudlctonluna thus fur have been
very silent about It If tllcy were
awakened by any unusual move-
iients under foot, h.ere.
H. H. Reese was awakened on
his plucks at Htanfield by a toss-
Ing resembling a boat ride. Clil-
nese pheasants around his place
also noticed-the antics of terra
flrma and llr. Hoes reported
the birds set up an unusual
rumpus. Hens trotted about and 4
flew hither and yon while cocks
crowed and registered conster-
ntitlon. Several persons were
awakened by the racket made by
the birds who had not felt the
Gasps Name and Information
That Husband Fired; When
Arrested he Blames Deed to
Unfaithfulness of Victim.
PORTLAND, Nov. 30.-MC. P.)--Mrs.
Thomas Lotisso was shot and
mortally wounded early today on a
down-town street comer. Rie war
able to gasp her name, and address and
say that her husband shot her. She
was rushed to a hospital where she
died. I.otisso "Was arrested at Ills
"I don't give a damn If they hang
me tomorrow,'' pol'ee said he declared.
'7 did what was right. I was trying
uk k good woman of her." 1-olis-
so said his wife bad 'jetn unfaithful
and lie had warned her of what nvnoio j
happen If she "did not cease her bad
IvOtlsso married his wife in IJver
pool whilo ho was thcro as an Am
ARE TAKEN AS SPIES
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. (A. P.)
Two American relief workers ii
Poland. Miss Martha Oraci k and
Miss Mury Wasllcsk, were said ta be
bold at Kovuo on suspicion of espion
uge hi advices yesterday to the elate
department. They are member ol
the Grey American corps, assigned a
inspectors of the European child fund
and were urrci.ted in Vll .ia by Lit hit
jnian authorities and taken to Kovno
The despatch explulned they had
gone to Vllnu to distribute foodstuffs
diipped there for babies and children.
Their chauffeur was also arrested.
Upon tbi1 request of the llritlsh le
station al Warsaw the llritish com
mander at Kovno Is expected to make
nformMl Inquiries regarding the two
women und extend any aid lie can.
PT. Lorn?. .Nov. So. ( A. VA
t'oniparaUvely low wores prwaHoU tn
tli8Mid(Uc 'vt lowliiif; tournament
Mondiiv and tho contestntita who as
sumed lhe JiMMlIng- positions PHnday
were u mil up u toil. ' ,
The h-h yolliiiR 4n Monday's sinle
wna by t l'taiu'irjci. of Denver, who
r.n.Hhed-ir.th T.94.' In the doMe H.
Paul nod G. -landmen of Dps- Moint
led the list -with 1092,
ROBBERY IS LOCATED
COUNCIL BLUFFS, la.-, Nov. 30.
tt'. P.) Federal authorities today lo
cated $23,800 in currency which
I Keith Collins secreted in omuha before
his flight to Oklahoma where he wlis
captured Sunday. All lire money Is in
Sin .bills, and was part of the (,".0u0.
uOO loot taken from a Burlington mail
train here .November . ; 11. . . - Collins
claims toiave burned all the bonds in
his possesstnu, estimated to be valued
at $3,000,000. ":' . ,
TVK'l'-CMHl.Ti:. IS UK.l
LOS ANGELES, Nov. SO. (U. J.)
Eugene Chafln, twice candidate for
president on the prohibition' -ticket,
uied at his home here today. Death
was the res'ilt of burns suffered 10
dayj mo when a gaa.Uttrtlcr txpledeJ
Survey Made by Federal Re
serve Bank of Chicago in
Middle Western States
Shows Cpncerns Laying Off
WAGE SCALE HAS NOT
! Let-doVn in Business is Not as
Great as in East But Uncer
tainty and Uneven Price De
clines Universal Rule.
CHICAGO. Nov. 30. (I. P.t Un
employment Increased steadily in the
I mid-west during the last month, w hile
the volume of business has declined
the federal reserve bank of Chicaeo
reported today In a survey of condi
tions In Illinois. Indiana, Wisconsin.
Minnesota, Missouri and portions of
Kansas and Nebraska. Ten per. cent
of the men employed in steel plants
have been thrown into idleness, the
report declared. Those engaged In
building lines are estimated at 50 per
rent out of work.
".Speaking generally," the statement
saidi "wages have not changed mate
rially. Here and there concessions
have beet) made in order that total un-cmi-loyment
may be avoided.
The report emphasized that the let
down in business activity in the Mid
Wcst appeared to be less than in the
East. --"Uncertainty almost complete
ly dominate business calculations" It
slated, "aird distinctly uneven declines
in individual prices are factors in re
tarding business activities."
Itecession in prices which has "al
ready manifested' itself in foodstuffr
and textiles. V ithoitad extending to
other rommouiiivs, heretofore unaf
Other findings Of the survey are: ,
Few people are buying automotive? j
I ml w ith the exception of soma, of the
'arper roiniifactt'rers. automobile
j plants have r'ther closed down or are
loperating en mu h a small scale thai
j their production is less than L'O per
joent of normal.
I In nearly every section, stores are
atteioptlngdo liquidate stocks through
'special sales and buying is "from hand
Cancellation orders have been large
in ull lines of merchumiipe.
Memoria I services for Pendleton
lodge of Elks No. 2!K. are to be held
In the lodge room of the Elks temple
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Hev,
llenrge''- L. Clark, pastor of the Pres
leyterian cliurch. has accepted an invi
tation to make the memorial address.
The memorial services are for Elks
ami the general public.
A comprehensive program of musi
'al numbers has been arranged and
was announced today. The order of
lie program Is ns follows:
America Audience, led by Oswald
Ave Marie Stella Grieg Bert A.
McDonald, Violin: Nellie Whiting Mc
Donald, piano; Carl E. Fianseen,
Solo Crossing the Bar, Mrs. S. 1L
Opening riiulistic exercises, Bendle
ton 1-odKe No. 288.
Prayer Chaplain P. L. ldleman.
Boll Call of Absent Brothers Sec
retary F. U Qoinlan.
Meditation from Tlinis McDonald
Auld Lang S ne LodKe and aud
ience. Solo "No Night There" 'Miss Edna
' Memorial Address Kev, George 1
Closing Kituulislis Exercises Pen
Solo "Shall I Forgotten?" Os
j Doxnlogy l.inlsv and audience,
j Benediction Hev. Alfred Lockwood.
1 Selection. Adastic from Sonata Pa
itbetiiiue McDonald Trio.
The number of Elks rroni tins loose
now passed to the giat beyond is 56,
according to the secretary records.
MAN TAKEN AT HOTEL
CONFESSES TO KILLING
PITTSBURG, Nov. So. tA. IM
Clyde S. Edeburn. cuptuln of the Pitts
burg detective force, announced lust
night that a man giving the name of
J. A. Moss, arrested at a downtown
hotel late yesterday, hud confessed
that he took part in the klllling of
Henrv T Peiive. ut Pl:ll.idi!pl:!a ..wo
w ei f ' ftfrt.
OWN CHRISTMAS TREES, IS NOT IDLE
Old .Mother l inatilla. who produces
her own Christmas trees for the de
light of her children at the Yuletlde
season, has not been Idle during the
past year and from all reports, there
w ill be an abundance of evergreen to
bloom with gifts and candles on De
cember 25, is:!!).
The f.r, undoubtedly the Christmas
tree pur-excellence, grows in abund-
ance In tht county and U brought to
Pendleton from Mearham. Kamela and
Weston Mountain. The trees sold are
from private lands, as evergreens can
FEELING OF NEW CONFIDENCE
IS SEEN IN BUSINESS CENTERS
"A feeling of more confidence In the
future of business is manifest through
jul the business centers of the coast
itates," H. W. Collins, local grain
dealer, mill and bank director, said
today, following his return from a
week's trip to Ogden, Fait I-ake City.
.San Francisco and Portland.
Mr. Collinsi found that conditions In
business look more favorable for im
provement In all the cities he via'.ted.
There Is yet possible a lowering In
some lines of business, he said, but
the bottom of the present depression
period has about been reamed. Peo
ple are more optimistic now regard
ing the future than they have been for
"Wheat should gain somewhat in
price after the optimism or business!
begins to assert itself," Mr. Collins!
said. "It is my personal belief that I
wheat will come back, although It will I
probably not go as high as formerly.
United States' surplus of wheat
or export already has been sold. c. I
cording to -Mr. Collins, and with the
resumption of buying for the home '
needs, conditions in the grain bust-!
ness should look better in n,w ... i I
every other line, no buying for home i
consumption has been done. With I
tha heed fo, materials ia all lines liud !
i loosening up of the present tight
ened condition, all lints are due for
j intention of carrying out her inter
" """ " " - " ! national obligations and that she ha
NEW YORK, Nov. 30. (A. P.) demonstrated that intention. Ishii said
Allan A. Ryan, financier who aroused 'Japan is prepared to carry out all the
the financial world through alleged I sublime conceptions ot the league
manipulations of a corner in Suits covenant, which she is convinced, he
motor stock, has announced he has )
conferred With Klimiirl entarnn-'
with a view to
retaining him as at-
torney to take charge of the readjust
ment of his financial affairs'which are
reported to involve several millions of
Itelivveu Loans Covered
W ASHINGTON, Nov. 30. (A. P.)
Comptroller of Currency Williams an
nounced there were no loans to Allan
A, Kyan of New Yofk, or his firm,
which did not at present seem to be
covered sufficiently by collateral.
SEATTLE, Nov. 30. (A. P. P.ep- !
resentatives of every shipping concern -on
lite Pacific coast at a joint meeting
here yesterday of the San Francisco
and Puget Sound branches of the Pu-;
eifio westbound conference, adjusted ;
their differences on rates it was an-'
nounovd, and dispose of the possibil
ity of a rate war developing out of
the situation brought about by alleged
rate-cutting by shipping concerns
outside the conference.
PORTLAND. Nov. 30. (A. P.)
1 Plans for highway improvement were
discussed at a meeting ot the state
highway commission late yesterday,
leon and Booth are to make a tour to
; outline next year's work. The meet
ing order tho sale ot J). 500.000 bonds
jwiih bids to be opened January 4. It
' authorized a loan to UmutiUa county
.for -state road maintenance. It up- j
(proved paving of a road nine miles
isouth of Corvallis and agreed upon
; iniprox emelit of tile road between
J Burns and Stintex costing approxi
mately JM100. ;
I iteitreseiitativcs are to visit Wash
ington to work for the Chamberiuin
road bill. 11. A, Booth of Eugene,
was elected chairman.
Tho highway commission awarded
approximately f svu.timi to counties to
ma'.ch market road appropriations.
Mi vr St.P.K. SEVEN" VKAliS
PORTLAND. Nov. 3. tA. P.t
tleorgo Ijindon. comictcd tinder the
?!jn: act !:a- been i.iiteaced tujsce'.i'
WHO RAISES HER
be cut from the national forests only
through a timber sale.
Prices of Christmas trees Vary from
25 to 50 cents up. There Is little prof
j 'n the business, and farmers and
owners of wood lots who look upon the I
tiees as gifts of nature, sell them fori
the cost, of cutting and hauling. !
Already the fragrant trees are ar-
riving in Pendleton and manv hioal
j stores are using them for decoration,!
supplemented by holiday garlands and '
I ells. I
BROKER, STRICKEN BY
HEART DISEASE, TAKES
PLUNGE DOWN STAIRS
P.t H. Wiliard of St.
Nov. 30- (A.
here last " night, w hen.
heart disease, he pitched
own the talrway ofa building. Pa
per in his pockets show he was gen
eral manager of the Western Broker
age company of St. Paul.
SET MEETING DATE IS
-1 ', V- o !By Henr
'" v' ",aI1 -rresponueni.
" l'm ,",nuav every September
i"i"u iooay ai tne regular
me,tl"S date f the league of nations
enibly. It is believed the assembly
wi" "I'l""'"' lhe blan suggested by the
i!s-el,1bly 's commission on organlza-
"on- Danger that the assembly will
econie a oaoei is believed to have.
oeen on luted twtay when the commls-1
ion announced that Spain had with
drawn her request that Spanish be
recognized as one of the official lan
guages of the League.
JX"?01?' ' of further Sinn
j by an idealistic address by Viscount
Ishii. The head of the Nippon dele
gation declared that Japan has a firm
added, are the most effective means of '
imharin. i.. ... n-u. -C
ushering in an era of peace. The !
Viscount's address was greeted with I
WASHINGTON. Nov. 30. tU. P.)
Senator Morris ttniay called a meeting
of the senate agriculture committee to
d'scuss the serious farm situation, and
devise means of providing relief. The
committee will meet this afternoon
and probably issue a call for a con
ference of members of the house and
senate representing farm states.
"The Citizenship of the High School
Student" will form the topic for a pro
giam tomorrow night at the comity
library, under the auspices of the
Parent Teacher Association of the
Pendleton high school.
The subject will embrace three,
phases of the high school pupil, phy-
i sical. mental and moral. There will
'be talks by Dr. Frank Boyden. local
; physiojun. Rev. Alfred Lock"tod. pas-:
tor of the Church of the Redeemer:'
K. B. Aldrich. editor of the East tire-'
i gonian: Fred Reunion, county agrienl. '
I ture agent: Georse llartman, newly
i elected mayor of Pendleton and Fred
, Steiwer. local lawyer. Responses will ,
'be by Richard Hanlev. athletic coach
at the high school: Miss Eva Hansen,:
Physical training teacher; H. E. In-'
low- '" school superintendent and
Austin Lundrcth, principal of the high
There will lie musical numbers by
Mr. and .Mrs. Hcrt .McDonald, well
know n local musical artists, and a solo
by Oswald Olsen. Mr. olsen. who
studied etxensively nbnad 'was for
eisht years on the urand opera stage
and is w inning much favor as a sddst. 1
The program. arraiiKetl thrvoiah the
efforts of Mrs. W. D. MeNary, Mrs. W..
1). Humphrey and Miss Laura Ross, a
member of the high school faculty. U
a part of the effort of the Parent
Teacher Associations to serve the pub-,
lie. The associations are made up of I
teacliers and parents who
or k for !
the ."und ft home ui school.
fnini liliriiT in
rflltLlfll'iLH I 10
UNEASY AS Ml
With Orders to Shoot to Kill
as Warnings to Friends of
j Republic Stir Suspicion.
! UNPERTURBED BY RUMOR
W Vllj I IUM Itf II I f IMM IVV
While Firebugs " Mark: Sinn
Fein Club in Reprisal.
IXN'DO.V. Nov. 30. (L'. P. That
the Sinn Fein parliament baa formal
ly declared a state of war with- Kn
land was the belief of many officials
of the Irish office today. There la no
direct information that war has tieen
declared by the Dail Ureann, the Sinn ,
Fein parliament, but evidence In ac
cumulating to indicate that such step
have been taken. Backed by. that for--
mal declaration Sinn Fein forces have
I leaped to renewal of their attack on
British forces here and in Ireland.
Dublin murders and attacks on police
patrols culminating in the slaughter of
11 Black and Tana at Kilmlchael. r
I accepted here as workmen who re
jgarded themselves as carrying on a le
i galizea war.
Sinn Feiners who surrounded two ,
police lorries at Kilmlchael, killing all
except one of the patrol, wore uni
forms and steel helmets, according to
dispatches todajr. Thia ia regarded as
an attempt to conform to the regula
tions of civilized warfare.
Never before in any such, attack '
have Sinn Feiners umicared :ta unt
form. Among documents pointing to,
a declaration of war was a Dull Eire-
aim deciea prime in the Freeman'a
Journal in Dublin. . It instructe.1 nhv-
sicians that British soldiers "wounded
in action'- should be cared for. '
London's constabulary reserves have
! tw(n lira-ftt.-ci.4l in (-.....I. . ... .,
f WMIUI rfl.. 11,1 f
The reserves were -
organized during the war bo f, have
been inactive since thermisticei -ParlUuiH'iit
t'lK-a?. . j.
LONDON. Nov. 30. (U. p5--Brje-ish
officialdom moved today Irt fear
of a second Guy Fawkes plot to Mow
up the houses of parliament, and
w niie government offices functioned ws
worK was transacted behind a
- crec" OI ffuards and only in the fires
nte " l(,psons who proved their Iden
I oi),na loyalty to the government. In
tne houses of parliament many plain
clothes men circulated with the ,
crowds. They are expert marksmen. '
to shoot to kill if the emergency arose.
Members of parliament "Known to lean'
toward the Sinn Fein were warned by
outsiders to remain away from the
buildings. This was taken to mean m
that a Guy Fawkes plot was hatching -
ua instigators desiring to save their -
friends. The warning was disregard-
ed by all .Sir.n Fein sympathisers...
They participated In the sessions as
usual, without a sign of nervousness.
Buildings Are Ablaze
BELFAST. Nov. 30. (A. P. V The t,
Cork city hall was set afire today. Th
Sinn Fein club and Charlotte quay are
also reported ablaze.
NEW FORCED DRAFT
INSTALLED AT 0. A. C.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COU-
I EG E, Corvailis, Nov. 30. A new fore."
ed draft is being installed In Oie hor
ticultural products building at O. A. C.,
now undergoing reconstruction under
the direction of Professor E. H. Wle
band. Some of the canning machinery
will be electrically driven. All the
floors and walls a,re being treated to
mitKe x"'m fireproof,
sanitation will be
A high degree
Reported by Major Lee Moorhousc,
Maximum. 4 2. ,
Minimum. :'!. ' -4
rain, . ,