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dumber of sopiea printed ot yesterday's
This paper Is a member of and audited
by tba Audit iiuruu of Circulations.
Tha East OregonUn in Eatm Ore
gon sgrateat newspaper ifsi aa
lllng fores glvaa lo tha ertaerttaar
over twice tha unrn("il paid cireu
latlnn In pendltiton an') Umtillla ouo
ty of enjr other aewipapar.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
CITY OFFICIAL PAPE2
Stores Are Closed Because of
Threats, Thus' Adding to
Desolation of One of Former
Gay Cities of World.
DEMAND IS MADE FOR
REDUCTION IN PRICES
MUSE WON'T SlWfi
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1 9 2 1!
JiDING MAY MAKE TRIP
T7 TO PACIFIC COAST AFTER
? IIE IIAS BEEN INAUGURATED
METAL WORKERS VOTE
TO ACCEPT REDUCED
" PAY IN SHIPYARDS
Police Remain Loyal and Au
thorities Believe They Can
Suppress Any Outbreak That
May De started.
VIENNA. Man. 21 (.IT. p.) Mob,
mich ai were formed during the revo
lution In the streets of Paris, have
gathered here, sending hundreds of
frightened profiteers to the country,
rihouting threat, singing martial ntr
and rumbling menacingly, the moh
were followed by wagons on which
. had been erected (treat repllcss of gal
lows. The marcher attempted no
violence. Labor organisations have
aerved notice on the government giv
ing it three daya in -which to reduce
the price of necessities. The flight
of the proflteera left many more clos
ed. Window, and doors und barri
caded, lending a atill further air of
desolation to what formerly win one of
the gayest citlea in the world.
From the temper of the . crowd
which marched throunh the famous
hut dlllpadated at reel Hie labor
threat may be followed by actloti. it
la believed that possible assaults will
be made en the atorea, and provision
houses where gnoda would be confis
cated. The authorltlea. however, be
lieve they will he able to suppress any
outbreak, the pollre are remaining
KiilMi t Hrhlges
I.loyil George bus refused to fire
Dr. Robert lirldgos, poet lauiout'c'of
tlio lirillsh eirilre, a a urged ly Ho
nillo Ilollomiev, fiery immlier of
I'lirliament. liottomley pointed nut
tbut Ifildges hud wilttcn no poems on
me war or the place.
VANCOCVEft n I:... ,
(A. P.) The Metal Trades
Council representing 2T.00 crn-
ployed in the Slaridifer shipyards
voted to accept a reduction In-
pay of from six to eight cent
on hour rather than that tho
company should reduce the
number of employe.
President-elect Now Enroute to
St. Augustine for Six Weeks
Vacation; Mrs. Harding; Re
mains at Marion.
K.nm.TR witih, iiAirni.vo to
I'm. ALuiraxE, Jan. 21. (C. p.)
A trip to the., Pacific coast may possl
bly be made by Harding during his
ndminiatralion, It In learned today. It
In expected to occur when his official
I duties make K feasible for him m
leave Washington for a short time.
Harding speeded across Kentucky and
Tonnes-see today, enroute to fit. Aiiijus
tlne, where he will begin his sii weeks
rent tomorrow. Mia. Harding rcmain-
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. (A. P I
Aftor extended debate, during whicn
attempts were made to strike out manv
d at Marlon to finish moving furni
ture one of the home there. The plac
It to be rented to a Marlon aciiualnt
HIX'OM VfKN'DS SIKtItT IJ1.I)T
UKI-KXA, Mont., Jan. 21. (A. P.)
Coventor Jowpn M. Dixoii'a recom
mendation for the nu-col!ed Fhort P.al-
REWARD. Alaska, Jan. 21. (A. P.i
The mall ateamer Joaeph Pulitzer,
mliwlng aince December 15, la Bufe at
Anchor at Chlgnlk, a cannery town on
the Alaska peninsula, 300 mileg weat
of Kodlak, according to advlcea racclv-
ed here hint nlnht. The vtaael lost her
rudder and put Into Chl,;nik without
further mishap, the mesKaKe stated.
Items, the house today paaaed the en-! rheme under which all state of-
I nual Indian apiiropriatlon bill, the
aixth of the fourteen supply measures
lo he sent to tho senate. The bill car
ried approximately 1 2,00J,000.
A number of section provWint
fluids for (teneral work among In ilan
trnies were atrlcken out on the around
(hat they were not anthnriu-d by law.
Appropriations fcr various states, how
ever, went through practlcmally untouched.
EATEN WOMAN FOUND
fleers except the lieutenant governor
would lio appointed toy the governor,
aa the President of the United States
does Ms cabinet, la expected to form
one othe chief topics of debate in the
Montana legislature now In session.
Governor Dixon haa explained that
under this aystem the chief executive
would be directly responsible for his
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1L.1 "4 ' ijtu
Wilson will give SALEM LAVMMERS
FACTS TO SENATE
Feature pf Case is Surrounding
Islands Held by Japan Are i
Being Made Into Heligoland i Oregon
of the Pacific.
Adopts Memorial Favoring
an Adequate National Tar
iff on Poultry Products.
WILL. ENCOURAGE SAFETY
WORK IN INSTITUTIONS
iHERKSA Gull. MAN
Illinois broke all precedents when
Miss Theresa Uormao was selected
secretary of the state aenate. For
eight years she waa secretary to I-icut.
RO07.I; PAYS KKVKM K.
SPOKAXK. Wash., Jan. 21. (A.
) During 1920 approximately
1 19,0011 was paid in city court here by
still operators, liquor peddlers and
drinkers of Intoxicants, according to
figures compiled by the clerk of the
court. Of this amount $9, .M0 baa
been forwarded to the state for school
purposes and $9,500 put to the credit
of the city and county dry so,uad.
Practically all of the liquor cases In
Spokane during the year were tried
In city court.
State Accident Commission
Will Establish Standards,
Fix Rules and Aid in Safety
LEAD IN DBA1AINT
ton, the husband
had been hypnotised, he led her awav
WA8HIXOTOX, Jan. 21.t-(IT. P.) I the preacher seeking other tarrlera.
Any agreement for world disarmament
must include the air force and at
other branchea of warfare, Secretary
Daniels declared In commenting o
augReatlona that Britain la ready to
limit battleship construction because
he is concentrating on air develop!
ment. "The United States should not
be Inferior In any branch of naval
warfare," Danlela said.
' "It would b Inconsistent." he de
eleared, "for the nations to' agree on a
reduction of capital ahlpa snd lie al
SPOKAXM Jan. 21. (f. P.)
When reporters of a local newspaper
were given the wrong telephone con
nection, they henrd a woman's moans
comlmr over thb wire. They rushed a
tracer through central and received
an early summons for help. Ten min
utes later the police, notified by the
newslimier hlll-Kl M' ti a rrnr in tVva
last nlrht, they found the pretty youn, Bt.ir n M an(, dlgcowp(, Mr8 jjucv
Wlfii . Iinnnl nal V.af.iFa a m ilrliiin iiai ' - .
' "n """ - ' , McntiA. -Jandiauy, hruiRh- m afen and
prenrher, who wn appealfiiK in her to k.;., u,.i .,,,i .u- ,
... i j "" . ii r r- ' i tun it II, n f i
tarry with me awnile; slater. Ac- ,, ... , ,h ,, ,K t Mr. Mitchell stated the cost ner ioh
cording to their stories, J. A. Temple- j . llf ....., ,rtH to the city for the first eleven month
averring h's wife , ,.m ..,nl,,i ,, .. .. : of the year was slitrhtlv over 24 cents.
8PQKAXE, Jan. 2U (U. P.)
When the Infuriated husband, and a
detective burst into the tabernacle
SI1KAXE, Wash.. Jan. 21. (A.
P.) The city free employment office
here was the means of placing 24,
M49 men and women on Jobs during
1920, according to O. K. ilitchell,
manager. The atoord is an increase
pllc,-or 2,807 Jobs over 1919.
STOLEN POSTAL MONEY I COMPETITION 08 PUBLIC
Ho said of the 24.94 9 placed durinc
the year 19.S32 were men and 5,117
MOI'XT VRIiXOX, Ills., Jan. 21.
(A. P.) Virtually all of the JlSS.uOo
stolen in the theft of thirty one pack
lowed to expand alonK other lines, j ages of, reulsteTed mail here last Frl-
Vomnetltlve aircraft building," he
aald, "would be as dangerous as any
other kind of naval competition."
WASHIXGTOX. Jan. 21.-Today's
study of tho coal inquiry by the sen
ate committee considering the O.ild-
er regulation hill, brought from Chair
man Thompson of the federal trade
commission the statement that con-
f the four arrested on susirtcion 3f !,,,. ,u , ,,,, .,',. ,
tionalizntion," and from A. W. Hiley,
oay has been recovered by postal in
spectors today In several raids. One
complicity In the robbery Is Reverend
;ny Kyle, former rector of thn. freo
Methodist church here.
OLYMPIC t il AMPIOX It TI A VI,V
DKl'KtTKI) I-V t'liOSK 1'IMSII
PATHS, Jan. 21. A. P.) -Premier
Btinnd presented the programme of
his ministry to the chamber of deput
ies and the aenate today. The pro
gramme contains four outstanding
Germany must disarm and pay re
parations. France" has the force to compel
respect for engagements taken with
her and would be able to use it If nec-
esesary, but it Is In peace she wishes 1
to bring Germany to fulfill her obliga
Peace with Turkey must be made
effective, account being taken of new
France will not Intervene In the
Internal affairs of Husaia, but cannot
administrate If the soviet armies shall
cross the Russian frontier to attack
the allies of France.
Promises of economy, renovation of
the financial administration and in
tensified reconstruction of the devnst
ed regions made, up the remainder of
HOXOI.fi, T. H., an. 21. (A. P.)
Puke P. Kahanamoku, world's
champion sprint swimmer and winner
at the Stockholm and Antwerp Olym
piads was beaten here recently nt
100 yards In an authorized A. A. V.
tank meet by "lilll" Harris of the Out
rlgjter Canoe Club, Hononlul. Hun-Is
equaled Duke's record time' of 55.4
made In December, 1919.
The four entrants In the race all
were members of the American swlm-
specisr a?slHtanl to the attorney-gen'
era!, charges that the New york
Wholesale Association had "pot every
obstacle in the way" of I.ever act pro
ceedings ugaint alleged coal profiteers.
JI, SSS STATEMENT
CAXYOX, Texas. Jan. 21. After
ligning a statement, licv. Moiv-an l.ee
mlng team at Antwerp, the other twojsturko, evangelist of Urooklyn. X. Y
being Warren and Pua Kenloha,
There was not a hand and a half dlf
ference between the first three, liar
l is., Duke and Pua' Kealoha, with j refusal to explain statements attribu
Warren Kealoha close up for fourth ted to him In a sermon concerning al
(TlllilT 51 KS I.WITKD.
PPOKANE, Wash., Jan. 21. (A.
P.) Credit men from the states of
Washington. Idaho, Oregon and Mon
tana have been invited to attend the
annual meeting of the Northwest
Credit Wen's association to be held
here February 23 and 24.
According to announcement by
Frank Shockly, secretary of the Spo
kane credit bureau a varied number
of subjects will be d'seussed by at
tending delegates. They include or
ganization, the small merchant's prob
lems and other subjects aa they af
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21. IV. P.)
should Harding issue a call for a dis
armament conference' when he takes
office, the peoples of the great pow
ers would force their governments to
respord. Henry White, one of the
American peace delegates, told the
house naval affairs committee. "The
time is ot hnd for disarmament," he
said and added that the conference
should be called toon after Harding
enters the white house.
Another great war would be so In
finitely more horrible than the 'lest
one that whole nations would be wip
ed out. White said, "The danger of an
other such war would be greater with
out the disarmament agreement. "The
treat plan for disarmament, of both
military and naval forces should in
clude the United States. Britain. Ja
pan, France Italy, but that plans for
naval disarmament only should take
in the Vnlted States. Britain and Ja-i
I Pan. as tne great naval powers. He
opposed Inviting all the nations of the
world to a disarmament conference,
saying It would result in "perfect
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2!. (U. P.)
Wilson has given permission to the
state department to lay before the sen
ate foreign relations committee all
(Confidential facts in the governments'
j poesesriion regarding the island of Yap, j
j it is learned. Acting Secretary of;
ftate Davis has been authorized to tell '
the story of the discussions over Yap j
during the Versailles conference be-!
tw en American and Japanese states-j
man. yap. is a Pacinc Island near:
Munn, held by Japan under the secret i
treaty by which the German posses- j
sions in the Pacific were divided.
The United States regards the island '
essential to the extension of our Paci-i SALEM, Jan. 21. (U. P.) The
fic cable facilities, but has made no' Oregon house unanimously adopted a
claim to a whole possession of it. This ' memorial to congress urging an ade,
government proposed that it be in- jquate protective tariff on all poul
teriiatlonalized. Japan declined to;try products imported Into the t'nlt
agree. jed States. The memorial declares dur-
Membera of the foreign relations i mg the past year more than four mil.
committee, while accepting the official ilioh dollars worth of poultry products
estimate of Yap's importance as a ca- jwere received at the ports of Ban
ble station, are divided as to how far j Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and
this government should insist upon its j Vancouver. B.' C, and placed in com
f rotection. Yap, they find, is almcst en ' petition with the poultry of this
circled by other islands which Japan j country.
bolda, and- they are greatly Interested! , '
in the reports that Japan is converting I To Aid Safety.
some of these islands into an imitation i
of German Heligoland.
UNEMPLOYED GET EATS
I SALEM, Jan. 21. (U. V.) To fur-
Ither encourage safety work in Indus
(trial plants the state accident commia.
ision is authorized to establish stand
ards and to fix rules designed to pro
i mote and organize educational work
I in accident prevention. Employes who
! comply with such standards will be
entitled to si five percent reduction in
jlhe rate of their contributions.'
Adopts H.ill Rrsliirim.
SALEM. Jan. 21. (A. I.)-,The
Senate- adopted Hall's concurrent res
olution for committees of the Oregon!
launched last night w hen five hundred I Washington and Idaho legislatures to
of the unemployed quietly paraded the confer relative to uniform automobile
cown-town district, entered a restaur- laws. ' .
ant, seated themselves lne demanded The senate passed thb following
food. The management ordered food bills: Regulating sale of foodstuffs.
supplied and telephoned the police, for livestock; extending the terra ,of
While the men were eating, sixty po- office of county recorders from two
licemen arrived. The unemployed to four years; providing that buildings
grabbed what food was In sight and constructed by banks need not be
MONTREAL, Jan. 21. (U. P.)
The unemployed men here started a
campaign to force the owners of bife
restaurants to feed them free, the
leaders declared. This campaign was
marched from the cafe with pockets
stuffed with sandwiches, bread and
fruit, some carrying pica and other
BiGE AT CATHLA.IT -
MOB REVOLTS AGAINST
DIUM, I X HKS IXt !tl.ASI ,s.
GliKAT FALLS, Mont., Jan. 21.
(A. P.) Dining 1920, the second
ve.nr of prohibition in Montana,
drunkenes in this city increased ap
proximately 41 per cent over 1S19. the
first "dry" year, according to police
records. General police arrests also
increased during 1920, but applica
tions for free lodging in the jails fell
OLYMl'IA, Jan. 2
vided the Oregon legislature makes a
similar provision, the Washington leg
islature is asked in a resolution to ap
point a committee to investigate the
proposition of building a bridge across
the Columbia in the vicinity of Cathl
amet. For the purpose of formulating uni
form auto laws in Washington, Ore
gon and Idaho, a resolution was In
troduced in the house asking appoint
ment of a legislative committee to con
fer with similar committees from Ida
ho and Oregun.
NAPLES, Jan. 21. (U. P.) Re-
olting against alleged bolshevik mem-
J bers of the city administration of tas
I t' llammare Di Stadia the mob precipi
tated a riot in which ten persons were
(C. P.) Pro-; killed and fifty injured, according to
was released from county iail todav
He was remanded to jail yesterday nave gained enormously during the
charged with contempt following his , P"st year.
1OO.THY UK! IXlHSTItY
HELENA, Mont., Jan. 21. (A. P.)
Helena is rapidly becoming an im-
portnat poultry center of Montana, j HIJSB4IVD LFTS WIFF RIIRM
One concern here ia Installing Incuba-1 .r.?HUU Lc 1 0 v,rt BUfiiM,
tors capable of hatching 5,000 birds
at a time. Poultry receipts to Helena
reports here. The "Ked" guards are
said to have fired en the crowd which
gathered at the railway station when
veral bolshevik councillers arrived.
U. S. FOREIGN TRADE
confined to expenditure of not over
fifty percent of banks capitalization.
SALEM. Jan. 21. (V. P.V Tfte
senate adjourned at 11:30 until, 11:00
Monday. The house later followed
suit. i .
Vote Counting Provision. ? '
SALEM, Jan. 21. (A. P.) A bill
embodying a recommendations com
mittee of 15 making many changes lit
the industrial accident law was intro
duced In the house. Senator Bell In
troduced a bill providing for the
counting by the hoard'in election pre
cincts where there are over twenty
registered roters to begin counting as
soon as twenty votes are cast. This
provides safeguards against leaking
INSURANCE WAS $200,000
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21. (lT. P.)
American foreign trade for 1920 was
the largest ever known, the depart
ment of commerce announced. Ex
ports totaled eight b llions, 22S.00O -'
(From Overbeck & Cooke Co.)
March wheat opened a cent lower
than yesterday's close today, rose to
$1.71 Vi. fell to $1.84 and finally closed
at $1.5. May wheat opened at
and closed at $1.55. several cents lower
THE BIG STAGE SET FOR MARCH 4
(Let's ship the old front porch to Washington)
neported by Major Lee Moorhouse,
Maximum, 42. ,
Flury of snow.
Mont's once- MlS tv-i 'X fj Wosioc.ul l1r
OWN EXPENSE HE SAYS V ,
ABERDEEN, .Miss., Jan. 21. W. A.
ITliweatt, a planter, was arrested rn-imoro than three times as large as for
i day on a warrant charging murder in j 1913- Imports for 1920 totaled five
j connection with the deat h of his wife I billions. 220 million compared three
who perished In a fire that destroyed I billions 224 millions in 1919.
itheir home December s. A coroner's '
jury found Mrs. Thweatt was insured I1C.I1T CONTI5 ACT HOLDS
200.000, payable to hrr husband LONDON. Jan. 21. (A. P.) The
000 compared with seven billions, 220 than yesterday's closing mark of $1.(0
millions for IS19. 1920 figures areiJ-
NEW YORK, Jan. 21. (A. P.V
Charles M. Schwab denied before the
Walsh committee the testimony of
Colonel Abadie to the effect that
Schwab's personal expenses for Octo
ber 1918 amounting to 260.000 were
charged to the shipping board. He de
clared the statements "false and a
malicious" and that he personally
paid all his own expenses while direc
tor of the general emergency fleet cor
poration. He said he did not even col
lect the dollar a year salary from the
government. He admitted such a
voucher as charge hy Abadie was
paid him but declared it was not for
the purpose claimed by Abadte.
bat when he was awakened by'eripinal contract for the Carpent'.er-
; smoke he dressed and packed some of Dempsey bout is considered still vano.
his belongings before going for wa-1 Charles B. Cochran, one of the pro
ter to fight the fire. j moters, announced today.
Following are the quotations from
WOMAN ELECTOR MAY
HAVE TO FINISH HER
BIG ROYAL MAIL SHIPS TO
START REGULAR SERVICE
TO ASTORIA IS ANNOUNCED
i ttpoke frequently lust minima" from the front porch of my home
and the audlencces stood to hear me amid accommodation!) lead comfort
able, than the capital steps." Harding.
ASTORIA. Jan. 21. Col. E. J. M.iland for the coast in early March, lty
Nash, special representative in the; the b.-ginuing of the fresh fruit ship
I'nited States and Canada of the Roy- ping season tit the end of the summer
ai .Mall Nam racket company ot., all nine will tie In service
England, has appointed Keith (;, ' three weekly sailinirs.
l-'isken as manager of the company's Each ship will have S000 tons of
branch office in Seattle. I'or several , refrigerated space for t'roidi fruits,
years Mr. Fiskcn has been head of the such as apples, and Son tons of in-
TR1P RY RAM Rn&n '"1H,"J""fr department of 1-rank Wa- sulated space for fresh and mildcurod
' 01 KAILKUAU (terhouse & Co. I fish, or a total for the fleet of 27 .00,.
' r In commenting upon the Royal : tons of refrigerated space and 4.M)0
DES MOINES, Iowa. Jan. SI. '(.Mall Strain Packet company's plans! tons of Insulated space.
(U. P.i "Unless weather con- ffor its new sen-fee between tho Pad-1 The Itoval Mail service will oper
ditions improvce, we may be fic coast and (Sreai Hrit.iin and con-late in coniunUion w th tho Holland-
ion-eo 10 comim.e our journey ;uncniai Europe, the current ls.sue of American line's three refriir,.r,.i..rt ,.n,l
ine .-.nipping uegister says: insulated steamships, the Royal Mail's
The company will place nine branches In Vancouver, II. C, Seattle,
freighters, each of 15,000 deadweight j Astoria and San Francisco handling
tons. In tho route, al! the vessels he- the coast business of the Holtund
ing new motorships. Sis are Royal . American Steamship company. The
vtail snips, t lie ttirce others heins ; manager of the company's office
from here by train," Mrs. H. H.
Wheeler, the Nebraska elector,
who started flying to Washing,
ton with tho stnte's electoral
vote, announced today. A heavy
fog and the muddy condition of
the Hying field made the start-
! impeissililc this morning.
Open High Low fjlose
Mar. 1.6 l.TH, l.4 l.s
May 1.60H l.2H 1.54', 1.55
May ,S?4 -T 7
July ., .70 .Sfc .68 V,
May ;44i .45 4 .4Jt .43
July ,44S .4Hi ,4JH
May 1.47 H M4 1-45
ltarley . .
May ' . .j
Foreign Exchange -4v
Paris, . 6 1 .
Canada, 13 15-16 discount.
N, T. money, 7 per cent.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21. (U. p.)-
Henry Ford has a net gain - of l4!t
voles over Truman Newberry In the
senatorial contest recount. This cov
ers 1362 precincts out of 223J la the
The Royal Mail ships .Km Francisco has not been aiinoiioc- Ur-i..
are now under Construction and the jed. but E. M. Cherry will have charKel 1 1)011 pounds of fish and 100
flrut one will be ready to 4v.ava Eug- oi Us tuUrosts iu Astoria, 'potatoes.
til m:hvki meals
TOLEDO, Jan. 21. (A. Over
1200 unemployed were aervml fr.
at: meals today by tha aoclal service fad-
Tickets also were laauad for