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BUY A lURHEL OF FLO UK
f StDER PENDLETON 1 1X)UR
OKDEK YOUK BARREL NOW
Cumber of copiet printed of yeatordar'i
' r 3,318
This paper la memlwr of and audited
by th Audit Uureau of Circulations,
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gon b grtt newpirT ant ua a
fliinff fore gtv in th tuivpra
over twice gunrmntrnt p4 rou
Uttoi in Pn'tlflon unet -Kruno. 1ft ckub
tr of any other nwsppar.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
CITY OFFICIAL PAPO
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' DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1920.
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OUTLINE IS GIVEN
IN TAX PROGRAM
MRS. WILSON TODAY
Secretary of Treasury Houston
in Annual Report Offers
Guide for Passing of New
and Necessary Revenue law
TWELVE BILUONS MUST
BE RAISED IN 3 YEARS
Slight Boost Recommended on
Incomes Under $5000, Flat
Corporation Tax and Big In
crease on Tobacco, Gum, etc.
WASHINGTON, Dec. (lly Ilulph
Couch, I'. P. Staff Correspondent)
Secretary of tlio Treasury Houston to
day asked congress to boost federal In- I
come tux rate to two ier cent on In
come undor $5vu0 anil lie a I ho asked: !
That sur-taxes lie lowered on some j
Incomes over $5000. !
That corporations lit made to pay a ;
flat tax of 20 perctnt on undivided
Thut big Increases be made in ox- ,
Istinir consumers tuxes on totHireo. j
cigars. cigarettes, - candy, chewing 1
sum and tlie like. !
That gasoline be taxed two cents u
gullou und gutos KM cents per Inline
Houston's proposals arc contained
In an annual report presented tod"'- n
Speaker Gillette of Ihe house. They
are Intended to net tlie government I
approximately two billions u year. j
That part of the report deullng with i
taxation U Intended aa a guide to j
congress In passing new revenue luwa I
to replace those enurted during the I
war, which are now falling to pro- '
ducc Kufflcieut revenue for the gov. j
eminent, according to I he secretary. !
At least II 000, (inn, (Kill must be col-
lected during tlie next three years, j
Houston declared. If tlie government
Is to pay ordinary exem-s und meet j
seven and one half million worth of j
floating debt and victory , noted lie- ,
fore May, Tllo wcs. profit j
tax," wrote Houston, "must Vm re- .
placed, not merely repealed, and I !
. believe it should 4j nfAa.d In tiuge
" part by some form of a corporations
profit tax." i -." '
- War Cost 2 1(1 liilllons
WASHINGTON, Dec S.tA. I'.l
The net cost, of the war to the Amer
ican government wan fixed today by
Secretary of the Treasury Houston at
I240,010,0a0,nou. The total expendi
ture, excepting only pnBtai dlHburse
menta waa 38,S3.SIi'.l5.
Of thl l.07f.814,O9T ' wcored
In taxea and revenue from other
eourcea than borrowed money. A loan
of 19, r23, 000,01)0 to foreign govern
tnenta la to be repaid.
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LAZIEST GENIUS ON r
CAMPUS' IN VENTOi? OF
LIGHT DOUSING DEVICE
Miss Mary Mac Swiney, Sister
of Late Lord Mayor pf Cork,
Testifies Before Commission
Investigating Irish Affairs.
CROWDS THRONG ABOUT
HALL EARLY IN MORNING
POJITLAXD. Dec. . (Spe
cial I The genlna who invented
theeccentrlc on the ateam engine
becauae he wan too lazy to open
and nhut the ttteam-valve haa a
counterpart at need college.
Harold Kohlnaon, a Iteed junior,
who ia knnwn aa the official
torner-nff of llghta, wlna the up-
h'llotered eaBV chair aa the la!let
genlna en the cam pun. Tiring
Witness Declares Struggle of
Nation is Not New Thing;
Widow is Expected to Give,t
Account of Hunger Strike,. (
WAKHIXflTOV, Dec. 8. ,'A. P.)
American aid for Irleh Independence t
can beat be given tJiroiiah efforts to !
gain the troth about actual conditions ;
Alary MacKwincy, aiHter of the late lord
mayor of Cork, teal if icd today before i
a coinm'Ksion of tbe committee of 100'
lnvcallgating the Irish uiu-atinn. Hliel
a&wrled that proteatunta and Catholics i
are enoally repreaented in the inde- j
Thai Tut Cuiiuniion.
U AHHIXOTOX, Det;, . (V, P.) J
Before moat of leisurely Washington
aas unake, Irlnh aympathlzcra today1 '. -begun
to assemble outnide the little 'MlSS
hall where Mra. Mur'el ilucSwlney
was to tell the Ktory of the hunoei
strike that ended In the death .of her
of hla nightly rounds, turning off
lights, Hoblnson Invented an
electrical device which auto
matically throws the campus lu
dat I ness at the appropriate mo
ment. The device is a simple one, and
according to Itoliinson, it ia
much more accurate than the
former hand-method, especially
on a co-educational campus,
where evenings are often devoted
to other than business Interests.
The present danger la that the
college will buy the Invention.
ad abolish the Job of lisht
douser which now. paya Kobin
DEVEL0Pi AT GENEVA IIAF u;
BRING RESUBMfSSfOi. OF TREATY
TO UNITED STATES COWS
Interpretation That Article 10 Does-Not Guarantee Integrity
of Territory and Refusal of Denmark to Lend Troops Until
Sanctioned at Home, Brings Hope to Mild Rescrvationists.
TELLS DETAILS OF
W'ASHIXGTO.V, Dec. 8. C. Po
ll 'resident Wilson ia considering re
submitting the treaty to congress, and
.sending with It a special message on
J the subject of America's foreign re-
lationa. It Is Intimated In administra
tion iiartern today. The president Is
raid to believe that recent develop,
merits at the (Jeneva meeting of th,-
j i ir Wrtt1t6inrSlsVmhly makVtiits
(Covenant more acceptable to the sen
;ate than It has been here-to-fore,
Call at Victim', Home, Quarrel j ,u,7to ZZ mZZ
and Scuffle Are Described M'na,ore WTrT the Interpretation that
, . ;riicie i u aid not bind league members
Oj Companion.' and Death-I to guarantee the territorial Integrity
bed Statements Repeated. ! ZmT't a",d ,the. Ttioa oi
r uenmark In refusing to lend troops to
' 'he league until euch action Is apprcr-
Frank Hale, only eye witnera to the ; ed by the Danish parliament. Iea
thooting of E. K. ilcCue at the handoifcue suppurters believe that the Article
of Frederick Kader neai:y three year! 10 interpretation meet, ohleciinn. ,.l
(ago in Grant county, this morning was -league opponents, and that the Danish
f.tne first witness called by the defanse I action ehowed clearly that America
aftei the state last evening had rested j would not have to lend troofn to the
i.e ..noui caning Male, lie told i league unless congress approved. Iva
in detail of the events leading up to i gue oooonents. hnwever hi-
the shooting. J onl tnat ac,illa, ,,,,,1. irlui. m ' ,h
Kader and Hale rode up to Mc- t league intervened in the Vniil,.! ith...
Visits in Paris and
and Te of Present Ouarter-bUJ"T.W"l! Mi'Coe and dlsn'"Jnte. ; r.ot be acted upon this aea-lon, even
ana leUS 01 rresent quarter K0ing into the house. Shortly after-j through resubmitted gnd democratic
in Old Jiracow Monestary.
T : 1
Cut-s ranch on the day of the vhoot-ianin r!ixnni un.l f , -i-m
Irelandl!"S. Hale told the Jury. Rader had; , Senate leaders said the trentsi.ould
IIUBHU l III Mil nilKIIHII Ill'Utlin. Al !KJfc-4 . i ... ... I
:.lrv Mswin-v -.,, i.r . ,i,- 1..,- " in Old KraCOW Monestary. " Jenea lne uoor and invited I senate leaders Indicated to tha.nrea-
j lord mayor preceded her as a wttne.i ' ' , I" Z ", "?. T'". h.l" W" th do -ch a'
before the commission formed by the Miss stasia P.' Walsh, Pendleton mounted, tied his -n.i i" 1 ' adv"iat"p- . .
.-..viwn. .-rw 1 -n iimsuKMie-. 10 iiivcs- ; nurse wno is uomg isea uross nursingito the house I
tiaie the c-jiidit'cna in Ireland. Ubroad. writes to Mrs. M. J. Cronir. Tti Found guarreliiiB
'.Miss MncSwIne'y thanked the com- lhat he is now In Poland, with head- When he reached there, lie testified
mission for the chance to aunear. de-1 Quarters in Kracow. She will remain IjicCue and Rader w..r miarr-ii
coring the commission is "trying toj'n Poland for the winter. , j.UcCue had P.ader down, rubbing his'
carry out one of the purposes for Following are ..extracts from the let-1 nose ,, the f,oor Hale asked McCue i
v.hUli America entered the war." Dls- Ur: i to let his adversary up. saving that h
cussing me repuoncan movement Inf '" iiii"" u viu pmcc "T.i.AOuld tfv to settle mailers peaceably
Ireland, she sa d: "It is not a ne(f"'" I Kt started I think I will like McCue complied with the rennet
(thing but the same fight that ha:':- rather well. It is a very poverty iind Hale started to lake Rader away
ibcen going on since England cunqut f-i stricken country. I don't thir.k I will , he told, when .McCuc suddenly made'
jed Ireland. The Irish , people - huv "ver .find children, as sweet to care; another pass at Itader as If to strike
j in ver a. ;epU.d the English : govern-1 f"r a the Serbians. I him. Kader reached for his gun and
; iiieiu, , . . j L I Weill iu irejaiiu 111 ho nrraa,
I , 1 ' , t fit is a very sad country now, I hope
things nvil! be brighter for them later
m Tfi ci
WASH1XGTON. Die. H. Jfrs. Wilson Is shown here as she looks today,
r.fier a year of the most exciting service, caring for the piesldcut during his
UlnCTiH. This Is the first picture of Mrs. VV.lMin snapped In recent mouths.
eue loose siihiii-u won 1 ue iircsouem nue niotoi.nK. 11 was insen as sne!(jav ,.i((8in(r a, .1,- fla)IP ft
was entering St. John s Church to attend the funeral of the .Swedish ambassa- i , . r, M h .h.,. ., ,i the .world.
dor. Mrs. W llson has appeared In public very rarely, devoting her ontire time t, .7 r,j i , cc 1
. 'J hue I'tvn ur,,t. , ,
, Mihs iiu-u Seen
j "I saw EK'antlne .Mouss'.l in l'aris a
number of times, , There are several
I sirls from California and the western
. states and
I oeen to the Pendleton Hound-Up,
snot. At the time Hale had hold of
Itader, but when he started shooting
lie left him and ran out of doors. In
all there were six shots fired, one
lodging in McCue's wrist, another in
his head and three in his abdomen.
Deathbed Statements f.iicn.
Deathbed statements of McCue were
fS FORMALLY CHARGED
JYITH RECENT f.'LpER
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Wife of Dead Man's Nephew
Explains Relationship - of
Late Millionaire and Secre
tary Now Hunted as Suspect
December wheat fell to. 1.S!) to-j
KNOCKOUT BLOW KILLS
JEFFEHHON CITV. X.' J., Pec. (i.
(U. P.) Mickey Bhannon, Pitts
burgh heavyweight, died early today
due to a fractured skull sustained In
the sixth round of a bout wlih Al
llobctls hero last night. Shannon fell
from a Wow on the Jnw and struck the
hack of his head on the ring floor.
Itobcrts is being held on a ch irg of
HEALTH FIRST AIM IN
PROGRAM OF SCHOOLS
' Training" the body as well n:t the
mind of a child is one of the func
tions of the. present educational Mos
lem. In various way:i the - locol
schools this week are endeavoring to
demonstrate the attainment of the
seven objectives of education, thq
first of which Is health,
- The health program us In force in
Pendleton's schools is grouped into
iwo phases. Tlie lii-'t phase Is exer-
An expert restoier of ancient doeu- icise, the second, healthy liabiis of effort is made
ments In Washlnato In able to split a (living. Ftw, If any, of the l.ltio sin- Vuungstcis into
thin Bheet Of paper, separating the 'dents in the city a schools escape at-
whitlng on the two sides, Insert ajlcntlon that will require of tliciu an
mlddlo 'layer of paper and cover the , observance of both phases,
entire Bheet With "a thin silk gause. j Calisthenics are given in the grade
Thla enables the document to, stand ' schools dally. Twenty minutes each
considerable handling. duy, in addition to recess limn, is de-
voted lo call .ithcijjcs. I'udcr tlie di-l
rection of tile (oachei-s :md ' trained I 'ot'
T'.tudent leaders from the upper (Trades, j M'1"
Ihe entire niemhership of the Trade I "''
sclTools avsi'lnbles on t lu nchool j -jcconnd
when wcollicr coiulitions per-i'y
mil j for a f w formal oorrisa. . j '''''
, - ; Pbiy 's OiKHiiircd. ; " 1
M recess time, which is 1 part oj M"
(tie school day for (ho (Trades, organ-j
iruMi play is brought into use. . Every 1
to engage, jjl the j
'tmple, yet invlgoiat-1
Following are the quotations from
jOverbeck & Cooke:
Chicago (;iin .Market,
i t , Open High Low 'Close
jDcc. Jl.Tt J1.7J I.5 11.09
iAiar. 1.68 1.7(1 1.6! 1.67
Dec. .74 .74 "i .73
I Hay .76 .77-4 .75 -.4
I July .78 .78 .76
.4 8 ' '.4S .4 7 54
V-Si .5 .51 -S,
.51 .SJ .50
1411 Mm 1..17-V,
I.f.!i4 I 6(1 1.4 1.65
AKDMORE. Okla., Dec. S. Clara
number of them have. r'lated b" K-"'ck Hicks, of Canyon City,; Smith Hamon, sought in connection
ni,w'". w'ua isianei, 01 Monument. two' oe :ysienous snooting 01 Jake
iHamon. was today formalty
described as one of the wonders, of
urtUical lakes, a church with statuary "6 rrtdeJ "ear Wall. dy r Jollowta, a telegram from
and altars, all carved of rock salt. I d th declared that he ws-: Sheriff Crendorff. of El Paso, statin
Even the-chandeliers are of salt and "V' " L"a,tler a,m ,, .. V" J 1 re"BU'e mtorma-
they look like pure chrystal glass. It 1 " iu nnumrai.
. ..... ki. r ..i..t..t ... 1, (... " -.iiotri, wi i-oiiK rees.. 'w1""", aa louay mrmaifv cnarcea
joi rr t svioc a.i """ p,. i,., ,.j r, :.k .. j w .
, ' - mm vtcoige xi. inonip-j"" -or wiuiuvr ui me millionaire oil
r.f H'llrt 1I-I, ,. . 1 1-... .1 ..,.(., j ...
went down In an ele-J " ", ere aiso caiieui""' uumicui leaaer. 1 nis action
l"u".T ut-ieuse. iney ootn anew faiweii. oiiicmis sat a. so as to b
! t:ikea two hours to see the mine,
I There are 300 men employed and sev
eral horse's. It Is an inexhaustablc
supply Of difkrent kinds t salt.
;tion" that the woman was across tim
The defense has a long 1st o' " ! International boundary line in the fi
nesses to be heard and most of this cinlty of El Paso.
Kracow Interesting .
"Kraccsv is a very interesting place.
There is an Immense castle J'Jst across
. j tho street from us. We are living in
nn old mnniiKtnrv. Tt is a fine 'brick
;!liulldin'g but cold as a barn 'and no
coal to heat It. We have one room
(with a stove and We sit there andj
wr'te, and so forth, during the day. j
! vFOur other girls and I are going to
I Vi:iw tonight but we expect to come
weeiv is expected to be consumed
hearing these and the arguments
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OF WOMEN ARE GUESTS
Fifteen Pendleton business men.
0( ;tathe-S of local children, left office
yesterday and joined a
ing games, designed as much to relax
EVI UI'TT TO Pl.AV I.OXG lil.U ll
I.ONO PEAe'H, fill., Dec. 8. (A.
) Tho Everett, Wash., high school
m..- knows thev 'n,r,vland
1-eep us here. I an. having all my mail rong. 01 f. mothers who visited I.in-address-Ml
,t.V 4 P.ne de Cheureus.-. ln h"?' -
Li.,, loiium iya, a pan 01 ine
Paris, Red Cross headquarters, and we
. .... . . I V-bi'ii u p. rri.r D.ri'lno rst ; hllKhed
the muscles and to milcken the mind ! n" ,Ci,m rrve nere I H-cem- j - e -
" iousiks ami 10 quit gen ine minu .-between Pur's smt Warsaw so our mail
School Week program
The pupils did their regular school
i- 1,1,.. c.e of ,,r..uerlT. The Polish """"- ,artras ,nus ni,a an Wr-
'1 , . . . , , -1 i.. 1 Mil
und fcuierlorl!y of bmwn'but IoikI.vio ! '1 WJtl aanonnwa nere toaiiy. s J.-mgi - . - - -SZ , - the -ntiul funaumeotuls of educa-
u to provitf art uul exercis'. Oruun-
i.fd phxy dot's not strews fomptUition ;
the I.onsf BetLuh hih school eleven
, Itunity to tee their children leur
bring out the diffident child, the -alert! Beach Is .logottulng for a game here . the cl her is perfectly aafe.
PENDLETON WILL TAKE LEAD
IN BUY A BARREL OF FLOUR
DRIVE THROUGH NORTHWEST
youngster and those of average quick- I
ihs.s iit one unified Contest. ,,
hoik dancing taught the youn
ger children in the grade schools aiid
to some extent the girls in the Upper
Vadca and the hlgli school. This pro
vdes a certain amount of exercise
and stresses co-operation und team
work. It is Intended to create n taste
for beauty and grace In posture
December; l". with cither the (Ink Park
or Englewood high school of Chicago. I
ITU'ltiHTEU IS A I IHE AT SEA.
SAN FHAXCISCO. Dt. 8.--(U, P.)
The frtlghlcr Suddbury Is afire of
Sunp,edro, Ca'ifornla. and is racing
, for that point,' according V a wii-c-
in. ISetieved Acrm Bmrdc-rr '
orj FC-KT WOKTH. Tex . Dec, 8. A.
jP- Lawyers announced todav that J;
U irtawerior T-mis wrf.ftfff wtfTr
route to a small Mexican town with a '
proposal to her to return to Ardmore,
vitia., ior possiDie court action in con
nection with the death of Jafae U
Xcpliew s Wife Kxpiains,
SACRAMENTO. Dec. 8 f U. P V
Charges that Jake Hamon paid his
wife 81000 a month to stay in Chicago
mo. not Dottier him. were made in un
interview with the United Press today
by a woman who claimed tp be the
wife of Frank Hamon. nephew of the
lead politician. Frank Hamon ia the .
divorced husband of Clara Smith Ha
mon, sougnt as the slayer of Jake Ha
mon. Mrs. Hamon declared that
Jake Hamon paid her husband llt0
a montn ror marrying Clara Smith so
that the latter could legally carry the
.tone 01 namory m this wav 1 . ah
tion. Many parents visited not only
'lh room.. In u-).1..t, Ih-'p l,lpAn
I upils, but o'.her rooms also. Several ,s,ld the relations of Jake Hamunand
declared that they would visit the
school again this wetk
M'.ss 'Elizabeth Fox, dean of women
at me t mverstty ot Oregon, was am.
-iuia sMimn were calculated not to ti.
"As to Clara Smith, living aa tlie
nne or Jake Hamon, am dosUIvi-. of
Pendleton will tnko tlie lead in the jtlodr here. As smm as st
linrret or Hour' campaign in
L'kers -can be
the northwest, It was decided last
night at the monthly meeting of the
Pendleton Commercial Association.
Packages delivered in and near the
city, as well aa letters going near und
" far, will bear a slicker wlih the slogan,
"Buy a liarrel of Flour'' and commer
cial bodies In every Important wheat
growing community of the three
northwestern states will be addressed
a letter asking Its cooperation In the
joc1 merchants will be called upon
by a committee, consisting of County
Agent Fred Bennion, B'red Donert and
Sherman Mitchell with a request that
they cooperate to boost the sale ot
llnuj t'tn. K. .-.....-..I t.,.1,.1.
u1' J meiTiate, assistance was asked.
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Com-H'tilicn I jicourag-cd. j .
CompT-iitlve athletics are cm our-; BARREL OF FLOUR USES
ageo ootn in-tno grmles and in .nc
high sellout, this activity being limit- j
cd, however, to a lesser number than j
the other forms of physical training.
I It takes form in the haskctltill and
.baseball series such as the' boys and;
j girls of the grades are now complet-
cng the guests. She praised the work ! " nue sne was stopping at our
jof the teachers and the principal, Misshous0 Tucson, Ariz,, she received
Delia Hush and also the work of the several telegrams from Jake M.,..n
pupils themselves. . iaH of which implied she was his wife
obtu'.ied by the usocinilon. they will
be delivered to all local business hous
es with the request that they lie placed
on all packages for delivery and all
loiters sent out. A stimulus in wheat
sales Is expected to result.
Will Etucrta'n Wool .Men.
rue state coinemum 01 me . .regon j tlllt (he first named sport
wool t .rowers- Association ,w 111 prou-is ,in brijigs out the track meets.
ably lie entertained by the Couimer- ;htl.rti.,. wlln .., ,hnoi eii,iation
cm! Association at a-smiiKer on tne ,.ont,wt!, ,,,) extending to the county 1
night of December 18. Mac Hoke, sec- eli,iinpionslilps. j
rotary of tho wool men, appeared be- The Meh s,iUH)i engages more ex-!
fore the association, asking only the (l,IJsivoiv competitive athletics. It'
use of tho club rooms. and the good has foot lutl and baHkctball in the
win ot tnat oouy. 1 ue association ue- fll -,, W,pr. ..,,.1 .,,,,.1; t ti,-.
TWO SACKS OF WHEAT
AND COSTS ONLY $11
The "Boy a Parrel of Flour"
moVement. -.'tailed by the farm-
ers of the middle west and eit
coui-ue.i here, is expected to
benefit not the millers but the
growers themstlves. A few sta-
tistics vtt re given today to add
interest to the niov. inent.
V barrel f flour
PARIS, Dec. 8. (A. P.) President Washington school has its Visitors"
Miliei aud and many other leaders in j Day today, and the high school ou
French political and mflllary life will .Thursday.
participate In the dedication ceremo-'
nies at Vet dun today of the monument ;
Just completed there to commemorate ,
one of the most famous war shrines in
France, "the irench of bayonets.. The j
memorial has been erected ut a cost of ,
jjVO.ootl francs, and is Ihe gift of the i
late George F. Hand of buffalo. X. V. j
Mr. Hand was killed in an airpliane
'accident in France in the spring of
ilsl. His son. George F.'Kand. Jr.. .
knowing his father's wishes, has con-
Admits 1-aM Mortiraai.
"Frank tried to make nm ., believa
dared llsalf for showing the woolgww-!p, jng. Within the school m e bas-1
era a good time und - plana will be tetball t.nj baseball contests among!
shaped to entertain them in- proper , tIl(( ,.i,iSHes. The boys v ho do tibt en-
style. Hetween 60 and inn wool men ter the competition for places on their
nr expected here, for the convention W,ool or class teams nre still obliged
Which will be held on Friday and Sal- to take their id minutes of athletic!
urday, December IS and 19. .. work daily in the gymnasium. ' !
Muloa are cheaper than tractors all Starts With Mcnsurcim-nts
Present nrices. of tractor fuel, a com-' Th b,nitb i.iiv,',,... r ,i, t.i.,,i
munication from , members -of the tending to promote healthy habits of :
county farm bureau to tliu association living, starts with measurements of
sold. Tho farm bureau asked that the the youngsters In the grades. Weight
association get together with that body and height, strength, lung capacity
jtvwfttiiiucJ. oa gits 8 )
(Continued on p; 5.)
and a half bushels of wheat, or
nearly two sacks.
E.ght barrels of fiour will use
Ihe crop from the average acre
of grain In tills county.
A barrel of flour is' four sacks
of 1S8 pr units.
A barrel of flour retails for
At present wheat prices a bar
rel of flour would mean about
$d.75 wt rth. of wheat.
If every lum'ly In Umatilla
county buys a liarrel of fobir.
the above figure should b mul
tiplied by jiji'O or 69'Hi. '
WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec. tU.
I President .Wilson today sent to
tinned the work and with his two s'.s-'the Senate' the name of Lester Cronln
ill use four iters, will be present at the dedication, j fur confirmation as Pendleton post-
Reported by Major l,ce Moorhuuse,
official observer. . ... ,.:
Harometer. S9.5I. . 1 " '
Trace of snow.
The trench of the bayonets" is I muster.
! probably the most Impressive remind-1 Mr. cronip rftis held the office of
cr of the horrors of war remaining in t postmaster in Pendleton since the
j France today. The explosion of a i death of the late T. J. Tweedy, a year
Uerman shell In one uf the lilies be--ago. Prior to his service as ppst-
jfore Verdun burled a number of sol-master, Mr. Cronln served for many
diers. killing them instantly. Their!; cars in the local postoffu,.
ibnvoncls alone remained above the -
esr'h. 1 ' l.UAt.UK Pl-VNS TTACK:.
These guns may be seen today with i GENEVA. Dec 8. (A. P.) Plana
the ends projecting from the ground jfor the formation of a technical or-
,and It is to preserve and commemorate jganiftatton of the League of Nations
this striking reminder that the monu- jdealing .with finance, health and
eimen; haa been built. transportation were sharply attacked
I It was fell by Mr. Rand that thejin today's session of the assembly by
'toot wits synjilHriV of the hcruism ofiNcwton W'es'cy nwcll. former preji-
the, Irelli. tiOlU.vra . . . Idcut ul thv C-iiHtliD prtv council.
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