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DAILY EASf ' OREGONTAN, PE3toLET6?CofcaOH ' TUESDAY EVENING, rjECEMisER 21,' 1920,
BODY OF VALE TAILOR
VAl.r., Ore., Dec.' 21. A. Pi
The Imuy of Ceoige IL Sweeney, Vale
tailor, mining ntnce, September 14,
was unearthed Sunday ut Watson,
following admsNion bx iieor.se Howard
that he had buried the body . ftcr
!raciant: It from the Owyhee Kiver, In
which ho had mink It In a trunk, ac
cording to Sheriff Xn today. Firm
In the belief that Howard, who ac
cording to the sheriff, confessed gome
time fteo to killinar Sweeney, had re.
moved the body, from the rUer where
he said he had put it, the Rherlff said
hy persistent qucntlonlnt he and Act
Ins District, Attorney I-ytlo obtained,
from Howard 1 exact diagram show
ing where the body was hurled. Dep
uties diiK for nn hour in frocn ground
yesterday before finding it.
The alleged confession said Howard
WH-ney to get possession of an
automobile, lie hid the body tinder a
i li robe all day and then put it In a
trunk and put It in the river, ljile in
September he decided to leave Watson
and fearing the body would come to
the surface, he drassed it out and bur
ied It. He worked all night.
An lntueit ig being held today.
in One Day
Be sure its Bromo
Tat genuine bean this signature
Linil FOLK ARE TO
BE INVISIBLE GUESTS
Some of Kurope's little folk will be
invisible guilts at the Christmas din
ners of Pendleton people, for local
men- and women are opening their
hearts and their purses in response
to the appeal for J 10 -to save the life
of a child In tho war-devastated for
eign lands until next harvest comes.
Headed hy H. K. Inlow and Oeorge
Hartman, managers of the city cam
paign for $4000 or 400 lives, L. L.
I'ogera, Willard Bond, U C. Scharpt,
Jim Kstes, Si Recti, J. V. Moloney,
Rey. G. L. Clark, James Johns, Jr.,
and Frank Griggs, are soliciting
The quota outside Tendlcton Is
I4.0Q0 and community chairmen are
also at work today. Sunday Judge
'C. H. Marsh, James Sturgis and R. ,E.
Chloupek motored to the west end of
the county and conferred with chair-
men, and Monday Mr. Sturgis and Air.
Chloupek are on a similar mission in
the east end.
J. V. Tallman is county chairman
and has enlisted the aid of men all
over the county. The state's quota is
25,00 lives and the drive closes
Vf i kind
Particularly at holiday time
Joes the giving 6T flowers carry
with them greater sentiment,
greater contentment and greater
Truly they have a language of
Walla Walla Floral Co.
16 East Slain, Walla. Walla.
IN ATHENS ON RETURN
1 ATHENS, Dec. 21. Constainthie of
Greece, removed from the throne by
action of the allied powers in 1917. and
called back by the recent plebiscite to
resume his former status, arrived in
i Athens Sunday. He came into the
icity by train and was received at the
Palace de la Concorde.
; Those who greeted the returning
monarch included Queen Mother Olga.
the regent, and Princess Anastasiu,
wife of Prince. Christopher.
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! JACKSONVILLE. Fla., Dec. 21.
(U p) police today are investigat
ing the kidnaping of John D. Blscoff,
a real estate operator, who was dump
ed from a closed automobile at one of
Jacksonville's busiest corners last
.night, dressed in a suit of underwear
and a coat of tar and feathers. Sev
eral days ago. Biscoff sent a letter to
the publisher of the Jacksonville Me
tropolis, objecting to the use of the
word "Hun" in news dispatches print-
in in the paper, stating that among
other things, such dispatches were det
rimental to a friendly interest wiin
Germanv. Police believe that citizens,
objecting to Biscoff's attitude toward
the publication of the dispatch, took
this means of showing their displeas
ure. ' " '
A tvDewriter is the most
appropriate Christmas gift,
especially a Woodstock. Or
der one now from A. F. Jak
sha, St. George Hotel. Im
mediate delivery can be
WASHINGTON', Dec. 21. (A. P.)
A resolution under which congress
would 'pledge itself to make an appro
nrhiiion for the establishment and
maintenance of a diplomatic and con
sular service In Ireland was introduc
ed Saturday hy 'Representative Mason,
remibliean. Illinois. The measure con
demns as "savage warfare" British
ruin iii Ireland and states "that th
wholesale destruction of lives and
property is conclusive evidence that
Great Britain has lost control of the
.y... "' mmmmmmMM
Holding Your Wheat
What should the farmer do about his Incomo Tax re
turn If he is holding his wheat until next year? By all
means open up books on the inventory basis and make the
return .bowing wheat on hand . income th i year Do not
let it go until next year and have a double shot of Income.,
We will open up these books and keep them for you.
This will save you money on your Income Tax It will give
you a permanent business record. It will take the grief
out of your Income Tax.
Permission for making your return on the inventory ba
ris must be secured from the Commissioner before i'ebru-
ury 15th, 1821.
Cimuc In and k-t iw Vlhiiu Uii in detail.
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Is there a name not yet checked off your Christmas
gift lista friend you have neglected to remember?
Well, there's still time to send a box of Sweet's
Chocolates and a more acceptable gift you could
never secure, no matter how much time you gave to
its purchase. .
For Sweet's are super'chocolates delicatelyfla'"
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( extra-heavy coatings of mellow chocolate, light and,
dark, . "
Here's a real suggestion: While you are buying that
gift box, "make it two." Make your own Christmas
"sweeter" by taking the second box home.
eff better dealers here sold I
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Chicago, Dec. 21. (A. P.) Re
version to war methods in fighting
high food prices Was adopted today.
The fair price committee announced
that "fair price" quotations for meals
will be issued daily A charge was
made that retail meat dealers ars
making greater profits than at any
time during the war.
IN OCEAN OR DESERT
TOKIO, Dec. 21. (A. P.) The
most violent earthquake that has oc
curred since ficismographlc observa
Hons commenced In Japan took place
Thursday evening at 9:11 o'clock. The
vibrations lasted two hours and 'were
so severe that the instruments were
unable to give perfect record. It i."
believed the convulsion took place
under the Pacific ocean, or in the Gl
desert, central Asia.
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tiOXDOX, Dec. 21. (V. P.) The
I first indication of rumored financial
failure came yesterday with an
jnouncement that the Farrows bank ha
liMisoenaea iayniem auu tiuwru
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