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DAILY EAST OKECONIAJT. PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23, 1021.
Declare if Tlicy Can Not Achi
eve Program , by Constituti
onal Means They Will Adopt
Extra-Corstitutional Lever. '
BRITISH LABOR DEMANDS
REMEDY FOR IIS PLIGHT
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EX-SERVICE MEN OUST
Attorney Says Organizers Were
" Driven From Town by
Threats and Will Bring Suit,
Legion Denies Participation.
XE1.BO.V, Xeb., Jan. 28. -(A. P.)
Atcituen's eommiitee, in which ex-1
"rviic men were prominent, today
waited on Xon-l'artbian league or- j
Kanizers who have tx en in this vicinity :
day. and asked them to leave .
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' Nuckolls county and stay away. The I
'ri;.inlters complied. Xo disorder ae- j
rouipauied the notice served on the j
lea-uers, although nearly a hundred i
people gathered at the hotel to witness j
Uur departure. J
Ijw r Will Sup ' e ;
LINCOLN. Xeb.. Jan. 'iS. (A. P.) S
A, Sorenson. attorney In Nebraska j
for the non-partisan league, said thiaj
i ning his advices from Nelson wert ,
that the league organizer had been!
driven from that town by threats and;
ItitJinidation. He Mid he intended to'
lung nth in federal court tor dam-,
ages ftom tho in' n who constituted j
wj-at hie designed n "mob." j
"I was first i -ll that an American,
Lfgiort committee waited on the league j
wl'ikers," eaid Sir. Horent-on, "but. le-,
lipn officers at Nelson have informed ,
me the conifo!-JJ not authorized
Vy thp legit". a u r .. . ,
Nto-I'olle f-aJfrW'Mn tenth central
X'j'bruskn.oa. Jjje, Kama." tine It was
he scene of yimilur disturbances aev-,
mm-1 wce'i rtlTo. .
JOE BRADY IDENTiFIED
AS TALKATIVE BURGLAR';
. I'liinUMt. Jan. !. (!' P ) ro-j
lice lute jeurdHV M'lti. muted two per-j
ih,,;s I. dentifi, d Joe iiradv us tha,
"laitvsine l.iiiKl'.t" I bey Mid the i
rek.d liim o-u of the line f oiht-rj
invmu is. I'm.':. Itw's's l is the
I ov;li.r or khudot. Ho deeiarce be is
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Y&u an Bav
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' Mack ScnneU's "Married Life
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ri 'KiLa.Mi, jan. '. .ew courses;
in. astronomy philosophy.
at trade and commercial
vere recently announced for the sec
ond semester at ileed college. Kes;s
tration set 'for January 31. A mim
i'er of midyear freshmen have already
teen assigned to the dormitory, and
further applications are ex'peted The
faculty, pronounced at the firt of the
yeaP as one of the stronsoHt In 'Jiccct's
JiLstoryV remnins Intact. .-
I'nlque omonar the new courses; is
that in industrial research heinj:.ffer-i
ed jointly tiy the e onomics, physiesT
and chemistry departments. The!
coursA will deal with various . nrpsiin i
industries. The tumD of a huee cam. !
. . tii , hiiirf t. 1
u. iuiyntllie hu mnf,.'Vlr,;81. I
h open.ng e.p'crintcnt. The course
I romis' ir to pro-)op'ilar.
TK VAI.F.KA MKATi:i).
rAP.Ifli Jan. 2S.' (A. P.) De Va
lera Is rerorted located .."somewhere
Manager Mary on ;Job
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N WAItV UAUDKN , N
Chicago's bpttinw on Mary Garden, opera star and manager of
the Chicago Crand Opera Company. She's the first woman opora
manager in the world and here yoa ftta ber busy at the Job.
a Cfose Saturday ' E
GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORE
BT PAYS TO TRADE
j SENDS-.KONEY FDR TIL
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One dollar for the Jil Taylor me-
moriai Fund and a year's mibseription
l' the Kast Uyeifojiian today came
irom.il. S. Carroll, postmaster at Lent
ner, .Mo., who fir visited In i'enilje
top In 1 8 S 2. Mr. Carroll never knew
thn late sheriff personally but knew
of him well through stories carried In
(lie East OrcKonian, he says. '
I As a boy Sir. Ocyoll'went to schonj
rir, Hhelhy counfy, Mo to. C, E.'vVaitew,
recentf resigned as vio uresident o,
the1 Inland Empire hank here. He is
related to the Gurdane.i.'-McOrooms,
H;i lis !n,l Tfin.v htu r..,rr,.,
and is a lifetime friend o AM Elam
,,(ril Jo. E!, T c. Tav,. .'dWM.. !
id, and man1.' of that pioneer of Pendleton.-,
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Mr. Carroll has visited in Petidlcton
and Umatilla county twke since elm
ing here in lis2 with a number of Mis.
ourlans. He says he hopes soon to
re-'i'o n-.T wsitliere.
r-Wf M.Siil-flli i n' fl, iY
McCuraber Charges That the
Senators Discuss Everything;
From Negroes to Battleships
and Are Still Far Afield.
WAoMIXfiTOX, Jan. . fA. P.)
The Fordney emergency tariff bill to-
o.iy was msciisnea only in a speccti By
r.-'eoaior imiiions oemocrat. iortn
t arnltna, and in a brief debate on su
gar items. Speeches were so far uflejd
unco that Senator McCumber, repub
lican. North Dakota, declared the sen
ators had discussed 'everything from
negroes to battleshif s."
The tariff debate, however, was not
without pointed argument. Senator
Simmons' speech was directed at what
he termed the iniquities of the propos
ed legislation. He charsed congress
would bq exceeding Its power in en
Acting such, legislation. He also took
Senator McCumber to task for his at
titude on wheat protection. Ho ar
gued that Mr. McCumber was sup
porting legislation which not only
would Increase the price of bread and
(cereals but would place the United
States in a position to suffer retalia
tion at the hands of Canada.
Denies Camilla Prices Less.
Denying the statements of Mr. Mc-
ICumber that Canadian prices were
lower than those in the United States,
,Mr. Simmons quoted official statistics
to show tljat prices had varied little
between Minenapolis and Winnipeg.
. Senator King, democrat, Utah, ask
ed whether it would not be proper for
the government to "take care of the
unemployed with p. pensioner it were
going to take caro of the wheat far
mer and the Louisiana sugar grfower."
After further debate Senator Pen
rose followed yesterday's tactics in
asking a' recess, keeping the bill be
fore the senate. Previous to the re
cess. Senator Spencer, republican, of
.Missouri, introduced an amendment to
afford projection of two cents a
pound on sunflr.Ver eed and 'ID cents.
a gallort on sunflower seed oil.
' FERRY SERVICE, PLAN
LONDON, Jan. 2 (A. P.) A plan
tor linking up Sweden with England
by means of a train ferry to cost 10,
00 tl.tr(, pounds Is being considered by
piusmess men of the two cations.
The scheme aims at the establish
ment of u daily service by at least siJTi
1 .".oeo-ton ships of is knots speed,
ci:ch capable of carrying 50 railroad
icars,- As the gauges of the Tiritlsh
jit'id fcwed'sh railroads are the? same, y
t rapiditv of transportation would be i
j assured. ' :
i The Swedish government. Is under-1
jstood to i e witlinv to guarantee a 10 1
i percent rettirn tiver a given number j
,tf tVars. if Pritaln will guarantee lnj
nital necs-ary 'for the Initial out-;
.lay. t ' j
j- The route suggested runs from Hulij
:to dolherbitrg ami there is also a snir-!
("sllon of an extension ncrnss the Hal-!
;tie, so as to provide direct cmmtini!
jratbjn between Hull and Petroiad. j
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ikavsas won r i.av Pisr.F i
j I It;liTi M ALOW HOXIXfi'
j TfPFICA. Kan, Jan. 24. (A. P.);.
(A bill Icsallzing boxing contests In
j T'ljri lu:f ,roi:ibiting matched prize
j' ahls was ordered reroriiie,lfled ,,,,
p;i"rj,te v a senate committee of the
state leiluture here today.
KET EARNINGS BETHLEHEM
r. STEEL $37,351,554
j NEW TOIIK, Jan. IS. (A. I'.i
Directors of tint liethli-Iwm fitorl Co
1 l-oratifm tsuay issued u iirclj,nin.iry i'f-
I""'t of the coriMtration'? orwruti-Mis to,
j anil declared tha rcsuliir dtvi -
xtot'kK, 1'ayahie in t'itirti:r!y itt:-!;ili-jn-ents.
IlegttUir quarftMly ili.i'li-itu ft
"i per (afot c-n notn eiri i,t cm
nion Ktuek also was dccl.tit'tt.
Total net earning. for iii2) wtrd
.:7.4..r.sa7 eompartd with 15.3
Orders on hand amounted to $14.
l'i'7,0an us viitrnwred Wlth-t2r,l.422,ni3
li' 1310, Xpw t:in:d booked amount
td to jflSS.Iltij.lio't.
in n Htati'irtf.'iu fTesidflnt K. tr3t?
exnrrjr,l tha ..oinion that r.ro.lnetion
QUAKERS GO TD IRELAND
XEW YUl'.K, Jan.
KiKht rncniboi'H of
Ki'iends, workhipr in
the American .committee for relief lu .tighty-firat birthijay,
Ireland, will rail for Ireland Satinda.'j
10 sscertatn the nature and extent o;
American aid required to nllevia'e
Irish suffering und prer.sing ccomimic
needs. C. J. Fiance of Soa(tle.-Wa.sh.,
orotner or senator France, of JIarv
iand, will head the delegation,
r e 's
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Over in England. Queen Mary seta the fashion pare.. When shff
wears a new hat that settles It the h.-.t is correct What the
American designers are wondering Is; Will Mrs. Harding's hats .ei
the pace for American women? Will her personal taste Influenca
American fashions? Queen Mary imihown In the conte,- wearing her
cjown.j.Tua other plaurfcg show her taste in ttuu. " "er
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Women of Covington. Ky.,
tlie nillkman't Boat. They have
formed tht "Milcb Goat Club
nd have taken tho high cost out
or liiilk. A goat like that of Mr.
V O. McNay, shown above, pro
duces from two to eevea quarts of
rnflk a luy and cosu ery little
to feed. v
( I ;st OreiMitian ' t-'peclul.)
" -rK,tNIA:.i:. State Line, Jan. 28.
- ; Mr. ti:ul Mm. li. 1,. Cuin'l of Collse
r-l'live teiiirnt'd homo lliin n'ek from
t- i t-rnKie uiaie t'tcy have liecn vlultins
lit their dawltur Mrs. Drown nn.l
:lr-!. W:!t. r TiftATt i,f Sorln;d.ilc
v. ii.i underwent an operation aiout
("tCvs ti ko for oi'pendieitis i etjiteTl'd
home this week.
Mr. .1. I itnnisay of Fermlal wn
.i v'.-itiitvti t'.w I'. A. Aii;in home at
0 i LmMoii Station Tnetidiiy.
i -Vr. and Min. t'irover Norman nre
tin- proud iVirenW of a ton (horn re-
eently. -Mis. Norman was formerly
Miss Aws Hansen of Ferndalc.
The Spnti,dale-St:itp Line Kcd Cross
"ill null', iiixt Thursday, February 3
u the it. 11. Minor home at HprliiKdaJe.
Mrs. II. Herndoti of Ferndale- who
eientiy underwent an opuc.tlon in
fl. Mary's hospital in Wll Walla, Is
stittn aloni; as weil as could be ex-
PC ('ted, ' ,
Mr. and .Vrs. J. Cunn of State Line
curd party at
their home, which wraa enjoyed all
i-o- present. H3
I , J!r. and Mrs. I, p. Stevens or Fetu--(A.
P.) ' dale yave a sopprisft parly at thei
Soiiety' oi home Monday evening In honor of Mr.
llerndon, the occasion being his
MEMPHIS, Jan. 2S. (A, T.
Iienry Loirery a negro, ch irged with
killing a planter and tile daughter, was
taken from the officers at Harris Miss.
it waa l.y a croud and bundled into an auto
n'otule and disappeared.
Sets the Pace
lA'l N, Jan. 28, (A,' );.) Ji; tt
lsh organled labor at the national
contetVnce of the labor 1'Hlty Uh the
trades union congress today demanded
Immediate acilon by tfie government
tu remedy the plight bruUKht about b
unemployment," endorsed policy
which Its authors assort will ' remove
the cnuae of Industrial depression nd
tuljoiirned until February 21 to give
labor members of parliament oppor
tunity to press for the desired action.
"If we cannot achieve what thla
program suests by constitutional
means, we will adopt some means of
an extra-eonstltuilonal character,1' tie.
dated Itobert Williams, leader of the
trannport workers, tipiprliig the res
MomriiKmn (r IlWei
The conference wn thariiolerl8a
by the Ially Herald, labor. ran, a.
"cither the most momentous or tne
most futile In, labor'! history."
(Jenerai dlssatlefactlon with the gov
ernment' proponed remedies was re
flected by the delegates. When Air.
Williams and bther speakara brand
ished the genrul strike weapon a
one the vorKe: would eventually
have to resort to, there was applause.
Hut when the' railway men'e leader, J.
H. Thomas, counselled moderution,
there was also applause. The confer
ence adopted a Joint resolution urg
ing that all the resources of the na
tion must be concentrated on afford
ing security agulnst destitution. It
declares tho government's foremost
obligation la to find nroducllve -work
at etsrlidurd rates fof every willing
Tho labor proposals are for trade
with Uussiu; restoration of trade with
other continental countries; cessation
of warbifstablllzatlon of International
exchange rates; an extension of cred
its ;rkunlintlon of a .Europeun trans
port system; rusnilnn of the military
opposition and lawless reprisals In
Ireland; start- maintenance of un un-
employment benefit. ,
The proposals ask for a legal reduc.
lion in working hours to 4 weekly,
drastic regulations of overtime; the
undertaking of necessary public works,
kiicrrrtliiiir the 'development of roads,
railways and waterways, the with
drawal and restitution of juvenile la
bor, ralMng school leaving age, gov
ernment training schools for women
and unemployed male workere, a
guaranteed minimum housing pro
gram for fivo years with safeguards
against unemployment to buelneln
trades unions, the removal of govern-
Lment restrictions on the expansion of
building guilds, and the control of
building material. - . ... "
RECORD BREAKING AUTO
GOES TO LDS ANGELES
After an overnight stay In Pendle
ton. the record-breaking Bulck coupe
which was piloted from San Francisco
to Portland recently In !J hours and
IS minutes, left yesterday afternoon,
for The Dalles, on route to Portland.
The car arrived here Wednesday after
noon, six hours from The La I lee. and
nine and one half hours from Port
li ml, elapsed time. . -
ltoads from The Dalles lo Pendleton
were not In good shape, Charles Tblr
kill, of Portland, said. The ear got
on the new Columbia Elver highway
grade at Millers' bridge, on tha east
bank i of tho Deschutes, and followed
the new road all the way to Pendle
ton. This mistake cost soma time 'a
tt.ere were three detours necessary.
After leaving Arlington the car mane -Pendleton
in two and a half hours.
It. E. Skinner, of Ban Francisco,
a ho was one of the crew that drove
the car from the Hay City north, av.
companlcd Mr. ThlrkilJ here.
in stx weeks surfacing of the high -
way between Miller and Arlington will
be completed. 'the engineer In charge
d; the work lold Mr. Thlt klll. The
grade Is completed now but la rough
and muddy. Out of The Dalles to the
Deschutes river the road now Is In bad
condition, the Seven Mile hill balna
especially difficult of negotiation, .
w Itlle here the speedy coups waa
examined by a large number of person
interested In the auto game. It show
ed no 111 effects from Its hard overland .
trips. , i
LOS ANOKLES, Jan,' 28. (U. P.,
Declaring he Is certain his wife,
(iladys, was kidnapped for tattsom. o.
8. Wltherell, Investment broker, of
fered i reward of 50o for Informa
tion of her whereabouts. The wom
an, "who Is 28. vanished from h.r
Hollywood home lust night In com-
puny with a man tvhrt is saldo have
lured her away with a story that nne
of her woman friends had been seri
ously hurt in-an accident. "She ns
been kidnaped for ransom," said
Wltherell. "I've dismissed all other
motives for her abduction." '
kldnapplnx Substantiated -LOS
ANOELES, Jan. 28. (IT. p.)
Mrs. Gladys Wltherel wife of n .
Wltherell president of a loan Invest
ment company, has been kidnaped and
is netng h?ld for rutlssin. she was
lured from home Tuesday night by a
call enylng pome 'one was hurt In an
automobile eccldimt and was calling
for her. BUse wetit With the mn ,!
has not been seen since. Her nooenl
to bring help wni rttcelved from her.
IThe kidnappers sent a thrrat sgalnnt
ma u me aeaianus