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W A liAUKEI, OF FLOUli
OHDEK YOUK MliUEL NOW
OKDER PENDLETON ILOUlii
Number of copii'f prlnti-a of yesterday"!
This papsr Is a incmi.r r or and audited
by the Audit Bureau of Circulation!.
Et Orrfonl(l Is Rasters Ore
gon's Breatent nppfr end
llinar fores irlvee to the nlmilw
ovrr twiie-'lrie guaranteed paid tru
latioi in Pendleton and PinaUila eoua
tjf of any oilier aewapapsr.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14, 1920.
WAR TORN LAUD
"JP PV TiO
Fire Swept Area of Cork is
Tossed Sea of Masonry and
Steel, Strewn Over Path of
Racing, Looting Firebrands.
for renewed horrors
Counties Borderina on Ulster
are Seething With Imminent
GOVE.us ALL TRADE IN
ARMS AND MUNITIONS
(1K.VKVA. Dec. 14. (A. IMTLe
assembly of i ho 1-eague of Nullum- to-1
day went on i moid favoring llmlta
tlun by tho powers In the next two '
jcurs by agreement.
GKXKVA. Dec. 1 4.- (A. !.) An '
i gruemcnt u iiidii),- t hi- powers to put iin 1
did to the growth of nrmunienu Is '
contemplated In .the league of Nations i
plan for disarmament aa presented by
the disarmament comlttee today. The
council of the league wat nuked to 1111-1
OLD FLAVOR OF LEMON
AND VANILLA DWINDLES
AND SO DO CUSTOMERS
lertuko to bring about such mi ugrce
Would tuillkt V. S. Aid
GKNKVA, Deo. 14. My Henry!
Uprisings as Sequel to Yes-J;-';'?Z: '.Tit
terday's Fatal Outbreak.
IXiNDON, Dec. 14. Illy Webb Mil
, l-r, U. P. Htaff Correspond.ent., With
Cork undor complete control of the
military, tho fovrrf.mt-nt today pre
pared to meot utturks elsewhere In Ire
land and there were indications that
the IrlKh republican urmy were ready
for assault) upon the crown forces In
Counties bordering on I'lstcr.
In fighting yesterday, the Irish office
reported today, one policeman wan
killed and seven police and soldiers
wounded. Threo Sinn Kelnera were
killed, and unknown number wound
ed and IS captured.
Cork, according' to dispatches, has
becume a "staggering wilderness."
Coinpurlaona were made with var
rulna In France, plica of masonry mid
aleel being spread out over five block
in an apparently In-exirtcable mass.
up appeal to all nations, will endeavor
to restrict the trade It. anna und am
munitions. It wan decided today.
The dlKurmunient cominlaKion dcclar
ed that It wuk Impowillile for the now
era to live up to the arma realrlctlon
provllon of the Hi. Ovrmaln treaty
when the L'nlted Hlatea la free to man-
vfactiire nnd aell ammunition. The i
n'mbly authorized the leuKUe coun-;
An Indian do-a not liny
kick out of bcliiK 'Jm't flavor
ed." Kalca of flavoring extracta
In I'ei.dli ton (ire reported to bear
out the truth of that alutement.
The old k k that lemon and va
nilla extracta lined to curry ban
dwindled In xpotK and as a reHiilt
the demand for what the police
call "c-iko Juice," haa likcwlae
(Jroi era who noted that the de
mand for extracla from indianx
waa aMKiimlnu bevcraKe propor
tloiiK of lale have put In 'a new
atixk and the noble redmcn and
their H'i'iawa are proving poor
cUKtoniein. Ie-alrohollzed fln
vorlnic extracts are now lininif
the Hhelves of many Kcocery establishment!-
and one hotlle la all
that the red folk ever nirchnnc.
They do not come back. Am a
result of the coopnrution on the
part of grocers, fewer cases of
"axtract Jags" have come to
the notice of the police officers
NEW COURT FOR SHOPPERS
IS BIG BLUNDER
Holiday in Naval Construction
at Present is Branded Worse
Than Primp hv Sflrrpfarv Ro. !
, nun w, iii.w J - "V. viui j i
fore House Committee.
PROMPT COMPLETION OF
3-YEAR PROGRAM ASKED
Canvass Shows Request to be
Futile and Simultaneous Ac-!
tion in Senate Moves fort
Agreements for Reduction. - r
Ileporta today aald the Incendiaries,
after flrlmt the bulldlnc, raced
throiiRli the brlKhtly lllamlnatet
si reels, shootinx revolvers nnd rifles.
There waa considerable' looting, these
ell to make every effort to have nil ,
the nations, Includliiir tho l'nlted;
Mutes, ratify the arms treuty reside- j
tlon convention. ;
Will Combat Kiiliu-Kcim-iit.
The delcKatea declared It would be i
un unwarranted hardship on the man
ufacturers In other countries to pro-:
hllrtt their manufacture while the Am- I
erlcan makers extended their eom-
inerce In munitions. ' ,
The council was asked to do everv. ST- I'Al '- 14 A ''-''
thlnK possible to bring about disarn.a-i "f ,of flc"h n',ut !H ""-";
mem and to obtain a complete und '"J h t'totKL"or Aiideraon federa
IllCai lllbM'(-IIM- HI Hit IMMJIH I HUl
1 yartlt. Hpt'akhtK nfure a niftinj; of
j hoUMewtvtH, AmU-tnon ilet-larod that
Iioihu mttuks art just u wood an hef-
USE OF HORSE FLESH
AS MEAT ADVOCATED
SAYS BiG LEAGUE STAFF
practical plan for International dls
armament. It was 'leiided to ask all
rations not to exceed their current!
I'lllillirV m,V.,t Mlt.l ulr l.it.1oii In
iliext two years, durlntr which period jf
was hoped that the international plan
would be accepted everywhere .
At the ufternoon session the assem- 1
bly considered methods for clorblng J
the opium and while slave traffic .
V ASIUNtiTOK. Uc..4i.--(U I'.)
iTIfloen prosecutinx flttornes snd five
trial lawyers should be employed by
(he government to prostitute shipping
board frauds, Martin (iill. n, former
executive assistant on the board today
recommended In a written report to
tho Walsh ln'callBultni5 committee.
C: I lien recommended that till
cera of ships and all officers of com
nles operating under the shipping
board be required; before' receiving
their salaries, to take an oath that
they have not received and have no
I nowdedge of rebates, bonuses or
bribes. He also urged a complete ab
rogation of all present ship contracts
kind tho making of new arrangements.
ISIIIen said that the "American mar
ket for ships Is shot to pieces.'" nn1
that many early purchasers of ship
ping board vessels are "destined ut an
early d.tto to fare financial ruin.''
Therefore he said, the government
Khould take back all the ship contracts,
adjusting prices anew and nuikltm
"There arc a great number of Inef
Ulctent members In the shipping board
lipcrating companies and vessels
should be taken away from them," said
Olllen, urging also the complete sep
aration of the shipping board and the
emergency fleet corporation and ad
ditional regulatory shipping legislation
SECOND ARIZONA BANK I
COMPELLED TO CLOSE!
...- .-.. , . .... . .j
TlIoKNIX, Arls., Dec. I .;. P.) j
Jnablllty of cotton growers and stock
islsers to meet their obligations, due
lo depressed markets, was given as the
leason for the closing today of anoth
er Arliona bank, the second to close Its
!oors within the past four days. The
litest Institution to close Is the Hol
Irook Stale Dank at Holbrook.
The state !aik examinl-r left today
'1 take charge of its affairs. The state
lank at Glendulo closed Us doors on
; aturday. , ,
WASHINGTON". Dec. 14. (i:: IM
For the I'niled .States to agree with
J two or three nations for a "holiday"
in the naval construction would be a
"blunder worse than crime," Secretary
Daniels today told the honp naval af
fairs committee. The l'nlted Hates
can agree lo such it suspension of new
construction only when all the na
tions of the world agree to do likewisi.
He strongly urged prompt comple
tion of the huge three-year buililiii2
program of 1 ill 6 and asked for the au
thorization of another program calling
for building; 8s vessels. ,
In support of his belief that the U. ,
S. could not agree with Britain and
Japan lo slop building armament, the
ccretary quoted figures showing the
first line strength of the three ualiuiia
as: l'nlted States 468, Oui) tons, Britain
s64,."vo tons, and Japan SCUOO'tons.
Daniels referred to the fad that an
nil ance tx.Ms beiweey IJiitam nm.
While Daniels was testifying, Sena
tor Borah introduced in tho senate a
resolution requesting the president to
enier Into HKieements with l.rilain and
iii:an to rehire naval armaments.
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i '. ' x ' J.'
Wholesale Punishment of Em
ployes and Labor Leaders
Guilty of Boosting Construc
tion Cost Asked of Congess.
HOUSING SHORTAGE IS
HELD SEVERE MENACE
Committee on Investigation Re
ports Industry, JHealth and
, CHK'ACO, Dec, 14. A group of Chicago merchants have take) the law
li.to their own harMs. They have their own court and their own Judge. It's
""'"I'Pers l.i,urt tormed by the Kepub:ie Puildinc .Merehnnis' A,mn
lhmiels said that recruiting is in -leasing
the enlisted strenmh of the
navy, goini; from li",ini 40 l!0,"ii"
durin-th4 last yar. , -
WA8HIXGTOX", Dec. J4- (.L. P.)
Wholesale prosecutions of employes
and' labor leaders guilty of conspiring
to increase prtcs In building trades.
and government supervision of the
coal Industry were urged upon con
gress today. The recommendations
were made in a report to the senate
by Senator Caldcr, chairman or a spe
cial committee on reconstruction and
production, which has been Investigat
ing the housing situation for the past
several months. The housing shortage
is menacing industrial growth and
,'u.i,w 11'. 1. 1111 aiiu uivt.ui, . . u
This skyscraper contains liu retail shops. The Khot.ner.' Pnnn i. mc,h'iSaId.
od of adminislering Jiintice to shoppers not satisfied with purchases or treat- These recommendations for Its cor
ment in any one of the shops in the building. Picture b,, Mi.. i!.-,.ii .. reel ion ar made-
"Shop'iers'rourt' m'Uint betore "Ju,l" Walter C. Foster yriglrtl of' the j Amendment of the transportation
ill 10 liieiK iMuaiive 01
commission on the ground that priority
orders by the interstate commerce
orders so issued bring IrreguJdHties H
the delivery of building mater'als,
(cause building stagnation and open
epportunities for profiteering.
Abolition 'of the cost plus contract
system and establishment by states and
cities of trade schools for building ap
prentices. Creation of a federal bureau to
serve as a clearing house for the best
knowledges and practices tot construe-
HIS LAST GAME BAJTLEf
IleijUest for the inclusion in
.ilia county's 1921 Budget of a
jiion for a county health nurw
made to the county coniinksioners t
XAI.KM. Dec. 14. I". P.I Mil-j " ' jposa! was made to the commissioners
i ons of dollars In road bonds voted In j ('oniiiiltlee Aaalnst NiiBgcM on .'' the committee and the matter will
I Oregon counties were validated today; WAHH1XUT0X, Dec. 14. ( 1" P.) ' taken under advertisement.. '
I by a decision of the supreme court In The request of Secretary Dan Ms that I A delegation of persons resid.ng on
! mncamus procei dmss brought b j rongress aulhorlxe another three-year ,4,u' Iitt!p Walla Walla river beyond
Lsdd and 1 llton against I nam connly. nuvai building prcgiiiiii if the L'nited j -HHton also visited the- comissioners
The constitutionality of an n mend- j States docs not enter the Icasue of 1 '""' asked that the highway which was
mem of llUH. authorizing county In- nations will be refused bv the housf built up the rUer this year be extend-
I'ma-i solTH BEXI), Ind., Dec. 14 (f.
provl- y.) (;eo. Gipp. Xotre Dame's great-
was; est football player, hailed by coaches (nn wor,.
anil experts as one or ine best hair-1 t....i..i., .. ,1 ...un . ..
by a commitlee represent ins the ;,acks in the countrv. lost a earns three ... ' -... 1" ",..
fn. ,.,i ,.in..i . , ; u ,u mciHinue.siiwu.1. ..1 -
" " .---....... ... ... .... v 1 .-.-ii a. i-i 1.1 1--
weckj-fijrtn HjtiuKt U minx when
he died here early today. Pneumonia
Mas the cauje of hi death.
il-lileiliH hj for road purpose-n up lo ix
)iT cent of the asseHsed valuation of
the County, is held operative without
any additional It-gelation..
The opinion is a complete reversal
t a decision of the supreme emit in
the milt of W, 1. Hawley Instituted
i. jiiiiiMt ClaekainaM County, testing
the validity of a $1.7vl),uuu Clackamas
LEAVES FAMILY OF 10
naval affairs committee, a canvass of , farther during 1921. This request I
committee members today showed. ('0. was taken under advisement.
The committee Is virtually unanimous! ' AIthoughoday was the day for hcai
against the seeretary's suggestion. ' ' 'K objections or proposed changes to
They contend that the 1D16 naval 1he budget, ijo one appeared to ask
program, when completed, will givcj'hat the budget be pruned. Poth re-
navaj I quests w hich w ere made were for an
, jiiddltion to the program. Some few
- ;iainor changes are possible although
i.othitig in that line was done today.
GRANTED BY RAILROAD
to grant for a limited period t ex
emption t rasil estate mortgages.
Coal Industry Kapprd
WA.SHINOTOX, Dec. 14. A. P.I
Sharp criticism of the coal industry
.'accompanied a partial report of the
'senate committee on production ami
the l'nlted States the greatest
power In the world.
SEATTLE, Doc. 14. (A IM
frank De .Marc, market gardner, died
at the city hospital yesterday of Injur-
ies received Sunday night when he j
was run down by an automobile said j
to have been, driven by George-M. Iots. CH ICAGO, Dec. 4. (C
who was arrested und released on his Hog prices struck a new low level here
personal recognisance. De Marco today when the market declined from
Hoi-ah Se; ks Pact
WASHIXGTOX.- Dec. It. (A. f',l
A resolution reiiesting the president '
to open negotiations with Great llrltain
and Japan for an agreement to reduce
their naval building programs 50 per- J
cent In the next five years was Intro
duced in the senate today by Senator
Dorah, of Idaho. Secretary Daniels,
before the house naval committee, op- .
posed such a proposal. !
PORTLAND, Dec. 14. (A. P.)
: The Southern Pacific today granted
milling: in transit to Oregon lumber
men, making- it possible to ship un
finished lumber to eastern points
under a single transcontinental rate
and have the finishing done en route.
I WESTERN UNION SEEKS
PROTECTION FOR CABLE
loaves a widow and nine children.
HE LEAGUE NOTICE
HUEXOrf AIP.ES, Dec. 14. (A. P.!
Argentina will not give notification
of withdrawal froin.tho league of na
tions In accordance with Article one
of the pact, bexause she does not con
sider that Argentina hus over been a
member of the league,-the foreign ol
flco told the Associated Press today.
Joe Hodgson, foreman of the grand
Jury, Is in a hospital HI Walla Walla
treating for heart trouble und the De-j
member session of that body, si lteiiuic
lor this week, has been postponed
th circuit judge . . t'neips un-1
nt from the city, It Is Impossible to;
proceed with plana forsaking up the 1
Mr. Hodgson did not ntTUfy the dis-1
trlct attorney until after Judge Phelps i
had left, for The Dalles yesterday and
until the. judge returns the status ot
the last panel will not be known. The
jury was drawn In April and. If the
ithcr members have been excused, mv
lo 50 cents with prices quoted from
IS.SO to Js.ll).
Hogs slumped generally throughout
the middle west as the farmers sold
heavily. The feeling that corn would
so to lower prices Influenced the heavy
shipments. The slump cstablished'iii ii
lows' In '.several places as compared
with four years ago,
POiri'l.AM) l AKKIOT IKiWX.
PORTLAND. Dec. 14. (A. P.'
Hogs are lower, at Jlu.tjSi 11.25. Kggs
i.re film and other markets are steady.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. (A. P.)
1 I The Western I'nion today asked an
PORTLAND, Dec-14. (A. P. I The Injunction from the XMstrict of Co
unt fish and' came commission : lumbia supreme court restraining the
(elded last niaht lo set aside the Mo- 1 government from interfering with the
Kenxie, Tumulo. Butte Falls and . proposed connection of that eom
Klamath hatcheries as t'rout hat'chei -1 Pany's cable w ith the new cable from
ies under the sapervis:
reconstruction and Government activi.
ties to bring about tooperation under
regulation in bnlldin? construction.
Senator Kenyon said f the present
methods of producing and distributing
coal is to go on, he "for one, as harsh
as the remedy might be, shall favor
taking over the mines." The report
urged that the department of Justice
prosecute wrongdoers amotii; labor
leaders and employers who have com
bined to force unjustly the high coeta '
OF CABLES AGREED TO
WASHINGTON. Uec. 14. (U. P.
Delegates to the world communi-
of the game i Harbadoes. where it connects with cation conference today reached a
temporary agreement, unuer which
former German cables will be operat-
l omnussion. The Bonneville. Klats-j1'"- ""c l" "lr"1''
kanie. I'mpqua, Coos and Alsea, hat-t '
eheries wore desiguated as commercial
hatcheries, under supervision of the
fish commission and the Oakridgc
hatchery was designated for both trout
Sl'GAK l'lllti:s I TT.
?; 1 CHILEAN DELEGATES AT
Dee. 14. A... P.) A
largu passenger airplane leaving tor
Purls today with six passengers struck
a tree, burst Into flames and crashed
to the ground. The pilot
nnd inn nassfugers were
the other passengers were Injured.
SANTIAGO, Chile, Dec. 14. (A. P.)
Referring to despatches from Ge
neva over the Tacna nnd Arica uties
tlon, Mcrcurlo says it has learned un
hluh niiihoiitv that the Chilean dele-
work will be obliged to fo over until j nMivn oul.,y final Instructions to retire
'ho January term wneu a. new granu fl. , ,n 1,-ague of nations nssemiity
lin y will have to be drawn, District ,n evonl tilat It accepts and st idles j l(om, in lhls conlry.
Attorney R. 1. Ivcator saio imia. ,lhr Bolivian and Peruvian petitions
All witnesses were reached uy tele
phone last evening and ordered ""! tffl of 1S82 and 1904 with Chile,
to conic to Pendleton. The whole term i .
is thrown Into an Indefinite state ow- ;
log to the Illness of. the foreman alio )
witnesses wilt be called later.
A new industry which is getting
h.'iiltliv utnrt nftir Pendleton is
chicken ranch opene j last summer by "nd sal'""n ' l" l"" lerated as two
Kvlo Long and upended by his broth- ! ""Palate units on the same site. Ac
er. Ih-an I ong. The ranch Is two on 1 a deferred on the Gold Creek,
a. half miles from the center of town. ' 11,1(1 Xehnlem hatcheries un
011 the Wild Horse highwav. and 60" : iuvesagation has been made.
hens are now busy providing cg'4s fot I
White leghorn stock. of three strains.
has been placed 011 the ranch and with
ithe present weather condition these
Utm hens are producing about HUl doz
Irn eggs month. Tancred, Tom Bar-
Iron and Wilbur Brothers while leg- IlLill 1 lUllii 111 Ul
j horn chickens are tlv varieties which !
slock the ranch. I
In the spring the chicken ranchers j WASHINGTON. Deo 14. (I". P. 1
nlaiv to Increase their slock to pull Voodooism, involving human sacrifice,
birds and will have baby chicks and t pravelent In the island of Haiti sas
SAN' FRANCISCO, 1-ec. 14. (C.
I'.) The wholesale price of granu
lated cane sugar was cut from i to
S 1-S cents a pound today, the Cali-fornia-Hawaiian
Sugar Company announced.
ed until such a time as permanent
! arrangement can lie dra n. This
agreement it was said, was satlsfae-,
tory to the V'uited States. The five
i powers represented are suld to be
unanimous in supporting the settle
1 ment. It is believed the umterstand
; ing reached provides for joint oper-
ation of the cables, giving the Vnlt
1 ed States equal participation.
: VOODOOISM FOUND TO
WHEAT MARKET RISES AGUN
TODAY; DECEMBER FUTURE IN
CHICAGO ENDING AT $L70 1-2
totting-ies If plans carry out. I nc , eport by Admiral Knapp. subniiied
plan to go into the poultry business on tlllliv , Secretary Daniels w bo sent
larger scale than anyone nas fei Knnpp in Investigate conditions In
Jlaiti. "Voodooism is s-naKe woi-ship."
s 111 lviiiioo rooot-leil. "jmil in its evlreme
with reference to revision of the trea- pCcCRUniD RCI IPVPn i-.iuhts rei.uires the sm iiii.e of human
T'-A -.-fU Ti
KI'.lllvUiING LS lI.Mi:l.
SALEM. Dec. 14. The supreme
court today refused u rehearing for
1-nrk Evans. " .
DYNAMITED: ALL WATER :
ESCAPES BY CREVICE
beings, the drinking of their blood and' Following
the eating- of .their flesh.
Wieat rose again today. December
wheal dosing at ll.UT 1-2 after open
ing at H.II9 while March wheal closed
at $1.65 after opening at $1.61 l-:
Dccemlier wheat closed yesterday at
J1.6S 3-4, and today's opening price
exceeded that Hgure.
are the quotations from
iivcrbeck & Cooke local brokers;
UNPAID TAXES IN U.S.E
! WASHINGTON", Dec. 14. (A. P.)
The treasury department
that more than $ 1.000. 000, dtdl are out
SAN 1)1 KGO, Calif.. Dec. 14. (A.
The city authorities decided late
steniay that all the water recently
stored In the new 1 ' Jolbi rinrvoir
at the too of the Biological grade,
north of this city, had run out through
hole about two feet In diameler.a
Officials of the water department ex-1
estimates '1)r,sg(,j ,n tl,.n,f ih.it the reservoir-
hid been dynamited ami police were
water on Saturday. The hole through!- .iiieniuous .i.-i
TO GO BACK TO HOUSE
ulitiiilliiif 111 linoaid taxes because the ret to work on tne rase
! . ,, . i contained nlMiut 2."""."""
LONDON, Dec. 14. t l.V P. The
Irish lu'ine rule bill passed Its third
reading in the house of lords today.
made by I he peers
- turns, or. i i.e. ...is ,s. Adams, of the vhlch the water went to waste led the measure now goes back to the
.. ' treasury staff today told the house i ihroueh "i5 feet of earth bankment and I house of commons which must accept
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. I A. P.) ;ways and means committee. Hera use f.,r nrhew of concrete facing. the changes if the bill is to go
Tho senate late yestorday adopted a 0f the complex nature or the revenue The reservoir was built recently by through. The usual proceeding is to
rnsolullon direction revival of the war laws Ihe lax returns for 1917 havenh,, Sn ni,-Ko Wulcr company to 'have i-onfi icih cs between rcprescnta
tir.ance crrporatioii as a wieauire uf- not yet bcou thttkid up, he Itld lhe.'r-r .- bronrht f'-oi Lake iiodjos ' the- of th Iv.o houses at v.Uicii icti:
tording relief-to larrutra. icommittte. to L Jolla and vicinity. piou-.ict.-ure j-recd to.
Open. High. Low. Close.
eo. 1.69 1.73 'a 1.69 l.IMt,
March 1.61 , 1.67 la 1.6 la "
?ec. .T'O. .th,
May .TJ ,74V, .72 ,7i
July .73 ,7.".i .73 .7J
Dee. .47 .47 - .46- .474
May .194 .504 ,49 .601,
July .49 4 -10 -49 .49H
Dec. l."6 I. ," 1.55 1.5&
May 1.4.' is 144 14 1', 1.43
)vv. .67 .67
Ulay .71H -74 .73 .7J
London. 34 4 3-4.
i'.ir!S. .05 r?.
1 " '
X. Y. money.
7 per cent.
Reported by Major Lee Moorhouse.
official weather observer.