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DAILY FvAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 1921.
KEREN SKY LAYS PLAN TO HURL SOVIETISM FROM RUSSIA
MUST BE CURBED
Message to Thirty-First Legis
lature Contains Recommen
dations Regarding State In
stitutions, Criminals and
STATE ECONOMY TO HELP
Legislation at This Time Should
Aid Industry Rather Than
Unsettle it and Taxes Will
Keep to Six Percent Limit.
i . . .
8ALKM, Ore., Jan. 1 1. tiovcrnor
Ben V Olcott In his message, to the
legislature which convened yesterday
In thirty-flint blenlal session. Mild I hut
the question how to meet the Japan
cm alluation In this stale may be the
''mewl momentous' to come before the
"In my opinion," wild the governor,
"steps should be taken by means of
proper legislation to curb the growth
Of the Japanese colonics III Oregon; to
preserve our lands and our resourecs
for the people of our own race and
UallnnalttV. I believe the ulllniatuni
should be Issued that it :s the sense of
the people of Oregon, speaking
through their representatives, tlnti
thia Ik a state with a government of
Americana and fur Americana and
that Americanism la the predominant
asset of Its citizenry.
"Here In Oregon the pioneer blood
flows purely and In inure undiluted
ittream than In .ajiy nlher stale of the
I'nlon. A a precious heritage pnsFc.l
down to us from these hemic fathers
who braved the pel ilt uud the trial
and tribulations of pioneer days. It
should be preserved unsull ed n they
save ll to us." .....
Afr saying the Jape net are .1 rare
-lilgh In cultuie,vauiteoi's, 'd'mh mind
ed, and a people if education and cul
ture, the iiovernor said "Hut they are
not oiir people. W" cannot assimilate
them and they cannot assimilate us.
Oil and water will nol mix. Centurlei.
of hlBlory have th' th.it .Mongol
and Caucasian must each work 0111
Ma destiny alone." '
"The governor In addition to his
message after coples'had been printed
urced the legislature to put a bust of
John Mrljuighlln of the Hu1sn I'bv
company, a factor In early days, in u
niche lieslde that of l.ee. He said Me.
J.oughlln was etylod ly courtesy the
'first governor of Oregon'."
Governor Olcott recommended that
the legislature place before tin. peo
ple, for endorsement measure pro
viding payment by the slate of at
least Si a month lo soldiers, sailors
nnd marinea for each month of actual
service during the world war.
Kconoiny In sppropriiit'ons lo heJi'
In readjustment of economic condi
tions was rccommcnoci;, and the gov
ernor gave notice that he would deem
It his constitutional duty to disapprove
any Items which would Involve In
creases In the tax levy bclond the six
per cent limitation.
"I need not mention to you," he
said, "that It Is ft well d. 'fined legis
lative' Interpretation in Ibis stale that
the six per cent llm'tatlon amendment
means nol only that no greater tax
levy shall be made from year to year
by the tax levying body than an In
crease of six Per cent over the, pre
ceding year, but it means as well that
the legislature shall confine its appro
priations within the available1 reve
nues." Taking cognizance of business read
justment now In progress, the mes
sage said: "This Is a time when we
should studiously avoid enacting leg
islation which might tend to unsettle
n ll er than stabilise Industry.
Mentioning "the recent suspension I
of a largo Portland bonding house."
the governor urged legislation to p" j
(Continued on 1K .)
BONUS PROMISES TO
tiALEM, Jan. 11. d". 1'.) Soldier
bonus legislation promises to bi
thrown inside the legislature, Ju.IkIiik
from unofficial expressions on vari
ous matters of the legislature and tin
fact that the American Legion Is di
vided over the question within ils
Older nnd more rnnservatlv.i mem
bers of the l-egton are opposed lo ti e.
slate assuming the btinlcn of a rnslipfny
bonus, while younger meinlii is oi tiiejly
organization want u bonus - anti in a
l-nit) sum. if it can be arranged.
Meniiiers of the house and represen
tatives of the rank and file or the i,e.
glon net here tonight lo discuss the
II 7,EI W(K:0 I IM I " ,n
(Portland, Jan. n. a. im
Hnrelwood Creamery was fined
$5,000 following a recent conviction of
lonKiiiK adulteiuted butter without
having a federal license and paying
tho Ui. -
r-T': - , DUELS HOLDS
I' 'w " -s M r
Tin- man ell, on probably wouldn't ! now him alone;
band and vou baie seen the bride many times: Ii.aoihv
who eloped with her. at their
Ncw3 of Navy B.lloor.isto
Signalled Forward at Inter
vals Alonjr Trail Today bv
Waiting Indian Messengers.
MATT:':;,.ran.. Jun. !!. (!'. !'.)
"All v'II. fa"iJ a( 1 ro!t)?ft'
sjM-rly rttui-n." Ti.M- iv tlw firM wor.J
from the Anu'i icuti n.iy b:i lluoni: ti.
I.iciiltuanl Kl'.or. Il.tit -n s w !'atr.,il.
sin lln-y U l Miioa- I-'aciot-y. it w;n
IclU ri-il ci biillv Ndlfy I y Hur)
Triiw.'. Pin' of tlt Ihuo In.li.tn r:nt
nt'is who lirouR'it th first woM that
t lit Ann-rraiis ha'l i-niveil uii Skunk
inJun!. i'o niilrs ffiui in re, n their
(rip from Muose I";uli.iv to Mattic,
The n w. was nuliril lutx- l-y relay
of n.nm rs who lno lu cti ) -1 m ei ui
mtervjtlK ahmw the i mil ffr that
poHe, Kai'h nmin'r. at ;uon n In
t'aiiH- hi fiijlit uf the t n ; 1 n who v.,i to
rmer tlie in t lap. signalled tho n vs
to him without waiting to mtno with
in NpoakiiiK (iiHt.nict , itroriln!C to the
hiuilitLn ox h;i;)u il hy the runners, the
balloonist, wrt- Mf'l ulh to tr.ivil
when tonnrl in rump liy tin: liulian.
Lieutenant lleMTiln AHmt.v.
M:oVLi:V, l.a.. .l;in. 11. i.p
viiSht. hy the, rnilcl I'tess) "lioil
wax with us uk.I hivciI ua Iroin
ileath." atler tlM'f'C (I:ih of "hell anil
misery," Kietiti'ttant l.onis Kloor de
rlarrd in a letlir lo hU parents lure,
tn whk h ht Heeriloi! tlip v;indei inus
ami rrsene of the American Imllooii-i'-ts
in n frozen a:imnai v iiilerncsK.
The letter wa tMiitcn by Kloor rl
Moose l-'aetorx1. (.int.. nnl obtained i x
I'lnsively ly the I'nitcd tr';s. In it
Kloor told the e!e:.ret nnd most v
vtd Mery of tho jolventuio that has
hern I imwn nlncu tho avitaors dsinp-
peureil in their io wastes of norlln tn f
I Ontario. The tientoivmt ,l,.,.;i .1 '
FIRST WORD, ALL WELL, DRY LAW IS 'FARCE
' mn I hot rum nnrnn ! tn r;rrt 1 nnn mi
rltUiVI LUol tArLUfvtKo IB ttK! LUUAU I'
how the balloon, after leaving- llocka- : from various local unions not affiliat
way wtis ittitck by a storm and rwept fl1 wilh the America,) Fcderaiion .of
i ( rntinnrl nil pii
GAINS ARE REGISTERED IN
MARCH AND MAY WHEAT
Wheat showed a steady tone today
and after ' opening at $1."V the
March wheat closed at $ 1 .1 s. M.-iv
wheat opening at ?. Liis-H and closed
at $1,611. The match wheat galneti
three forlhs of a cent over yesterday
and Hie .May gained half a cent.
The Following quotations are from
Overbook & Cooke, local brokers:
open liiuh Low Closo
1.77V' l.S" 1.77'i I.TS
l.SS'i 1.701, l.ftS'-j !.!!
.71 ii .74 M
.7".' .75 ;
.7 5 S,
.4 7 -it
1.52 41.B4 1.52 'i 1.53
I oudon, Tfi ).J .
N. Y. money, 8 percent.
Wl'TNSDORF, Oermany, Jan. 11.-
(a. P.) Cossack and Tartar prlson-
era still worship In the mosque for
nier Emperor William 'built for them
but he's I he hus-
fiVh and .bimes
apartment in Hotel Savor, New York.
Dspr.rtmcnt cf Justice
Agent. Have Interfered With
Opcratbn cf Volstead Act.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 1 1. (A.
J'r(ihilntii,;i erifurieme.'it is a "farce in
every locaht v.'' Itcpn-Kentntive Wood,
-.!!! lilt i! ii . imlfana declared lcl:iy 1;-.
the h-iii.se. H mill f '.Tesentn;ives ot
Hie hurcMU and the Justice ilcpnrirneni
an- iuarn lini; and ii'.jibi.ling with each
other and in ni-'ny S'-ctions representatives-
of the ilepaitment t justlr-i
have inti-ifrred with the enforcement
i, llin V.ilsnad act.'-
Ui'l'lt-y ntatUe '"lstead stiid it was
Irt'e caforoettictt was ''a fttilme In
soni" i'K'aiities." but he was nf
I'pinlnn prohiiiHion coultl be enfnrccd
"if ten Ki::tes v.iiich have faiied to
enrn-t stale cnrttrcenient laws 'tvou! do
THM'.M S MAKi: ;(M IIAt L.
TOKON'IM. Jan. 11. T!:e.''t of
$:il.Min wotth n; ditittionds and jew
elry from I'uHM'letl Huirhes. itijiii
nt'acturinK j wel,i-s. was ('seoercd
today. Nt) cine was obtained.
SHOE FACTORY WORKERS
POSTON, Ji.n. !. (.. P.) A pro
pisal to form "one bi union'' in the
slice and leather making industry in
New Knirland was tin lnda' fur con.
sulemtion by workers in the several
centi i n of ma nlif.'iel in e. IMlesr:it,.s
Labor vo;ed in favor of the plan at a
convention in i.vnn yesterday.
TODAY IN EAST
GRAVE INJUSTICE HAS
BEEN DONE OFFICERS
GY REORGANIZATION ACT
WASIIlNdTo.N. Jan. l i.ia
i'i-ave injustice has been done man
officers discharged under the army re
organization act. irmniiel T. Anseil.
former acting Judge advocate of the
I'. S. arinv, derl.-ired today before the
liouse military conunittce. Changes li
Rep. Ciilthvell, democrat, that men
have been forced by the war depart
ment to give up their commissions
when competent to perform iheii
duties, are under investigation by the
committee, in criticizing ihe secretary
of war. Mr. Anseil said lie had per
sonal knowledge that Mr. linker hnti
refused to permit officers s'ated foi
liist harge or Iheir counsel lo hnc free
access of their military record
der to prepare a (b tense.
(.liwii iitcriT DM.Kts.vrrs
HOLD M'.,-t'ONVI TlO remained unexplained early last night. 'm on Mythical Inint.
PHILAIT1.PHIA, Jan. 11. (A. P. j investigators who began inspections of , Milholland Hough planned on an
Ik'legHles representing 10 of the 11 canyons near the towns had not re- jso ,,,,,1 profit from the Tee! bonds
grand circuit trotting tracks gathered j turned. Los Angeles county engineers mt when the bottom dropped out of
Monday for the annual convention of ixpressed the opinion the explosions tm) i,ond market, this went glimmer
Ciraud Circuit stewards. Uere from blasting. inH-. l'ailurc of the district to have
ONLY PACT MUST
Call for Conclusion of an Agree
ment on Disarmament h
Urged Upon Harding by Sec
retary of U. S. Navy.
are cited for dela
New President Could Summon
World Representatives on
March 5, is Claim, and Speed
Relief From Burden of Tax.
WAWINOTOX. Jan. 11. (A. !.)
An international agreement "with all
Jr practically all nations which wii
guarantee an -ntl of competition in
nuvy Iju tiding,' wan presented as the
nly alternative to building hy tn
i'nitd Htates of a navy powerful
enough "to command the respect anu
tear of the world," hy Secretary Dan
iels before the huue naval affair
l'tici Or .Vavy Is Iksmc.
VVASHINtJTOX, Jan. 11. ( 1. I
Secretary Laniels before the hoti.se na-
al affairtt committee, today advised
that Harding call for conclusion of an
jgreement on disarmament. Harding
hould strive for urh an agrfement
I:iruel H;id, "if the I'nited frUates is
nut t. b( t ome a member of the League
"1'ntil (lie tonferenei' Fee u res a
world agreement. the secretary add
ed. i t there ie no cessation in build-
Ing the ships already authorized by
I'anieis pointed out that under the
naval net nf l!tl6. Harding would have
liower lo Invite all governments of the
wi.rld to nil retiresentaiivcs to a
meeting for cinsideration of disarma
-March T, "ihus hastening: the day
wn. n ia.vpa.vers oi mis country can ,
vitciy He. treed Irom the Bl eat nur-1
.lens of war preparation." .
I caaue H fcrcd Coiirsv. i
President Wilson didn't call for such j
a coiueienoe, Daniels explained, -
cause there is provision for d.sarma-1
mem In the Leairtie of Nations, and
bcau:-o the president 'would natural-J
! Ieae lo his successor," the choice
of course which would seem wisest.
Daniels said there are two courses op
en lo the L'niled States:
All agreement including all nations
for cuttiiiH: of armaments, nnd the
policy of "iiol.litiK aloof" which would
necessitate a navy eonal to that of any
other counlry. so that the American
sea power could, "command the re
spect ai'.d fear of the world."
Ix'itauo f;!vi". Imiuratidi,
WASHINGTON. Jan. 11. (A. P.)
Aolintj Secretary of S'ate Davis asked
heft-re the house naval committee If
he had knowledge of a desire of the
nctit'ns to discuss tlisarma ment at a
conference, said today he had no of
ficii! knowledge to such a desire ex
cept thrtonth the I.caa-ie of Nat'ons.
Hi said he did not believe the presi
dent would call such a conference be-j
cause. It rrght enibarrass the Hat-ding j
. w -vf-at r-w
wiAYUri lo I HntA I tniLU
BY ONE OF UNEMPLOYED !
OMAHA, Neb.. Jan. 11 (A. P.I
A communication, described as a form :
letter protesting against general tin-i
employment and threatening dire nvs-j
fortune to Mayor Ed. 1'. Smith and the.
city Hall, is in the hands .if the police
fol'owiicj Its receipt by the mayor.
ri" icavnr said he '.vas not worrying
in bout !t. The precise contents were
j not disclosed.
Oi JUDAS EM
' ' l'orgctl bontls of tlic Tcel Irrigation ; the interest on its bonds guaranteed
j li'slrirt played a pan in the $;!M.loo j by the state also had ils effect.
SAVANNAH, '!a.. Jan.-1 1. Liquor jflll,x7,,1)lout by .Milhollaiid L- Hough Korgctl bmids were then made up
interests "reach" about one in every J pufcane bontl buyers'; which was and given to Callahan to square ac
tlo7.en men employed to enforce pro-, ::,,;nrday end which resitlted ieieoim s. the contc sicn of Hough told,
hihition. 1. .1. liaiitt, federal agent, jtl, s;,eide of John It. Milbollantl With rcsatd to this activity he is
said today. .Sunday night when lie was implicated , minted in his confession as follows:
; "We are bcirnyed." he added, ' at
i about the same ratio Christ was in
i dealing with his apostles. There
'seems to be something about the litis-
linens that makes nun susceptible. We
I have- men. found reliable In other
walks of lite, but could nol withstand i ninlilla eoumy. '
the temptations met in prosccutinii, placing the stock market :n :e -
Hie latiui- men." sponsible for tlie first crooked deal -
ilni'i of Hough, he told in his confes-
I PLOSIONS IN I'AI.IPOIIM.V Ision. He made up the losses by Jug-
LOS ANV.Ll.l-:-'. Jan. 11 tA. IM
Vhree heavy explosions which last
I right rocked houses and broke yvin-
ilows at Azusa, tileniiora ami t mina.:
"'"'in mtlea cost ot l.os Angeles.
IN IRELAND AS BLOW
iii'm.iN, Jan. ii. rr. v.y
rrolilliltlon H a reprlwil ugalnst
the HritiHh government ia pro
posed today by, tho Wexford
comity council, In a resolution
which ur(;ed Ireland to ce;t.-e the
use of liquor and tohacco. To do
ho, the resolution declared, wcJuld
derive tho government of twenty
millions In taxea annually.
liOMK, Jan. 11. KijfhtlnK betwein
Turka and Checks 1 reported tooVy In
..,.., iriu ui ia -n-
nor. Many of the wounded have ar
rived at Pniyrna. The Greeks utartcd
the attack but the Turlia pierced the
Greek linert in several places. King
("onstantine la expected to arrive in
;rTlis ncMirtcil Vlvaiicinir.
LONDON, Jan. II. (A. P.)
Greek forces, says the London Times
lKpalch today, are advancing in three
columns in Asia Minor usuiiiht the
Turkish nationalist forces.
jlf There is an Affirmation of the i
.Verdict of Lower Court Sen-j
ator and Co-defeadants Wfflj
Serve Prison Term.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 11. (A. P.)-
i in the anneal of Senator Truman H
fyew berry and 16 others
wilh his camoai&n. from conviction in
Michigan of conspiring to violate the
corrupt .practices act, were completed
today and the case Is before the court
fr th,. final dwision. Affirmation of
lh(1 verdict of the lower courts woulc
automatlcallv bar Senator Newberrv
from maintainino hi. unt n,
sentences of imprisonment imposed on
him and most of his co-defendants
would begin at once.
Recount of the ballots cast in t:ie
Michigan election for Mr. Newberry
and Henry Ford had accounted for 511
precincts out of 2, 200 today when the
senate committee on privileges and
The indicated defense in the tota:
vote was not enough, according to ob
servers, to effect the result materially.
Mr. Newberry wan returned wilh a ma
jority of 7,500 votes.
i DETROIT, Jan. 11. (A. P. For-i
! station of a company to le conducted ,
'on a servicc-a t-cost basis having ad-.
jmintstrative control over all strcel j
I railway lines and in effect ending the J
controversy between the city and thei tions, said. , The railroad brotherhoods
Petroit I'nited Railway line, is propos- j at a labor board hearing today, confin
ed in an ordinance presented to the ; tied substantiation of their demands
city corporation counsel by attorneys I that boards of adjustment in the rap
tor the P. P. U. today. j road indus'ry be made national in
The proposod ordinance provides stead of local. If these were made na
that a new company, to be known asltional it would give the unions their
the Detroit Service at Cost Railway,
shall hnve complete control of ail lines
FORGED BONDS OF TEEL
IRRIGATION DISTRICT PLA Y
IN GAMBLE AND SUICIDE
,y (u. ronfess'on of. his partner. Jay
j p. Hough. This companv bad pur-,;
lolmscd the $isa,oiiii in Inn Is issued
j i,y the Tcel district, which conipi'lse
j tn.niin acres of desert land lying be-
. tween Echo antl Peltier Creek in
gling their accounts with James i -
Callahan, millionaire mining man. of jam! he would place the sais upon
Wallace. I da. Finally, in order toithem. These fcged bonds we would
square themselves Willi i aiiannn.
ed bonds of the Ti
- , .... ,,.,,, .,, hi,,,.
10 RED FLAME
Spread Takes Such Momen
tum That British Frontier
Guard is Ordered Withdrawn
and Women and Children
; MpmhPrS nf HahillPt anrf F.
r: r- i:
UIIIUUIS III ( CAll dUI Uilldl
Council Agree to Russian
Proposals, London is Told.
! LONDON. Jan. 11. (V. P.) IJol-
.8hevi - m Is spreading ovr Persia so
rapidly that the Dritish frontier i?uard
ihus heen ordered v.lhilniin anl all
, ISritlsh women and children have
: heen ordered out of Teheran, accord-
inc to disnatches reachine here to-
Cabinet ministers and former cahi
I net oflicers of I'ersia in extraordi-
! nary council have agreed to Kussia 8
I proposals for Hovietiz'ng; Perfia the
' reports said.
j LONDON, Jan. 11. Uriiish women
,!and cliildren were today ordered
evacuated from Northwest Pehsia in
view of the announced withdrawal of
the Pritish forces there and the
jtreatened bolshevik invasion.
MLIIIDT IM Dl A7C,men' Aa he talkPd- Kereensky was
rlllfll III III m i frequently interrupted by messengers
llUill 111 ULTU-l. jand telephone calls. His headquarters
had a hum of activity. Kerensky hfm-
" - " -jseir was smMingryopfimisic. "
CLEVELAND. Jan. 11. (O. P.i ! 'The soviet regime may survive
Andrew Murmel, and Albert Clarence
P.erg were burned to death, and a
dozen persons injured in a fire which
destroyed the Chestnut hotel here at I
it loss of $50,000. Four men and wom
en were seriously hurt when they leap
ed from the second and third floor
windows before t:ie firemen could
spread a net.
EVE OF MEETING SEES
SHARP OPEN SHOP UNL
CHICAGO. Jan. 11. (A. P.) The
lines are sharply drawn here for a
fight to retain the open shop to rail
roads and other branches of industry.
As the Illinois manufacturers' asso
ciation, leader in the open shop
movement, began its annual meeting
in preparation for the national open
shop conference of great indus rial
leaders which opens tomorrow, lead
ers of the railroad unions continue the '
presentation of their case, to the fed- j
eral railroad labor board.
"Our stand Is for the open shop as
on the basis of no discrimination be-
tween union and non-union employes,"
Present Putterworth of the national;
conference of manufacturers' associa-,
strongest card in the fight against the
open shop movement.
"It is the custom of bond houses
w hen tiu-y buy up an issm to have
jt'ie bonds printed and then .end them
i to the officers of the district to sign
them and piace the sea!s on Uiem.
j Milliollainl Pircits lolling.
J "Mi . Milholland had additional
gttiis piiute.l. He also had seals
; tuadc here in Spokane 'luplicutes of
tio authentic seals ami these we
niscd. At Ins dictation 1 forg.-d the
of I tie officials to Ihe bonds
Igive to Mr. Culiahun.
"To get funds for Mr. Callahan we
Would swap bonis with Mm. He had
may gilt-edged bonds will, which Mr.
Milholland was familiar. He would
persuade Mr. Callahan to trade these
for the forged bonds and we would'!
use the money thus obtained lo play!
CALLS Ofl EXILES ;
TO III If AIY
Voracious American Capitalists
Are Picking Pockets of Pros
trate Nation, He Declares
and Must be Halted.
HEADQUARTERS IN PARIS
HUMMING WITH ACTIVITY
(Leader of Contemplated Coup
calls in Military Experts and
Statesman in Scheme to
Save Crumbling Country.
PARIS, Jan. Jl. (Copyright by th
L'nited Press.) Russia must be saveI
from being looted by voracious Amr!
ican capitafists, Alexander . Kerenky'
declared in an exclusive) Intervtey to
day. With this objective the former
premier called for all anti-bolshevik
factions to rally to him to hurl Lenin
and Trotsky out of power. -
"Foreign capitalists who acquire
long Iwra grants in Russia, from the
soviet government are picking the
Pockets of a prostrate nation," Kern-
sky exclaimed. "I am organizing here
in Paris a civilized government for the-
ussia-exile administration, you might
call it. I have called in all the antl
tolshevik leaders. We will overthrow
the soviet.". One of our first acts npoti
tcceivtng power will be to make a dean
sweep of all the soviet trade agree
The Pnited Press correspondent was
iteceived in a hotel room, which, was
! Uttered with charts and maps and r
j sembled an army headquarter. There
Kerensky waa in conference with antl
I bolshevik military experts wid states-
sometime yet, ' he said, "iwcause we
must be given a chance to organize
before making our combined assault.
But our program will go through.
One of the first steps will be ree-
tablishihent of Great Russia. In
must have back the territories taken
from Russia as result of war."
FLEETING GLIMSE AT
TRIM ANKLE IS PATH
TO THIEF'S CAPTURE
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 11. (A. P.)
A fleeting glimpse of a trim ankle is
responsible for Frank Adams drawing
a prison sentence of from one to five
years. He was convicted of stealing
I goiu iiiu iuaiuiuiii injiti n ucuvisi a wt-
fice While there, hiding behind the
safe he was betrayed when the stenog
rapher was tying a shoe lace by peek-""
ing toward the operation. Testimony
showed he once was a physician in
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. (A. P.I
Deportation of Donal O'Callaghan,
lord mayor of Cork, who arrived at
Newport News last week as a stowaway
without passport Is requested of the '
department of labor by Acting Secre
tary Davis of the state department.
Davis quoted a proclamation issued by
the president in 191$ designating tho
secretary of state as the one to decide
whether an alien should be admitted
or denied admission under passport
Will Con lest Legality.
XKW YORK. Jan. 11. (A. P.I
The counsel for Lord Mayor O'Calla
ghan announced he would contest In
the courts it necessary the legal right
of the slate department to Usue an or
der of deportation.
Reported by Major l.ee Moorhouac.