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CI-IY WILL REFUSE TO
ACCEPT ALLIED REPARATION
DEMAND AS liM'LITY
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LLOYD GEORGE HAS A PARTY
penalty Laid Down by Supreme O
Foreign Minister and British Pre
Expert Says Sweeping Commerced
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1EIIMN, Keb. 1. (A. P.) Dr. NF.W YOI1K, Feb. I. ( lly J. V. T.
waiter Simon, Ocrman foreign minis
ter, will tell t)i relchsluK today that
Germany cannot accept the hIIIimI rep.
araMon demand because It la Impos
sible of fulfillment.
TVrinx Called Paina4lr.
IIEIUJN, Feh. 1 (A. J.)Orr
ninna regard the reparation terms de
cided upon by the supreme allied conn-
aluaon, l. I'. War l'xpert.) ninna
protect against the Indemnity fixed by
Ihe alllea la only the usual German
I lustor. Cumulative evidence of lcr
inany'a astonishing recovery In foreign
trade him demonstrated that thn Ger
man people can puy the Just penalty
which haa been Imposed upon them.
Without any pulillrlty, thn Germans
TURKISH LEADER READY TO RETURN HOME
RULER OF ZION
CITY IS SEEN AS
MAYOR OF N. y.
Cll aa fnntaatlo and Impossible of ee-! '' l"lctly developing over wan
cutlon and It la the general opinion I commerce since the armistice ao suc-
ccKsriuiy mat tin y ure aspiring to re
new the hnn a records of foreign Indus
trial conquests. During the first five
month of luxt year, Germany exported
more than 23,(iU.(IK marks worth of
goods, nearly two and a half timca at.
much an the cxKrta for the entire
year of 1!UI). German manufacture
of all klndM ure being Kent to almoin
every part of the world, liritlsh work
ing men ore protesting against tier
man rivalry, even in Pritish home
markets. The Influx of German goods
Ihih caused much alarm In Holland and
Scandinavia and Germany machinery,
cutlery, to" a and mimical Inwrtimonta !
here the noverrtmont cannot atfveo to
N) Tradn Would Stiffr.
I,OXIX)N, Keb. 1. (A. P.) It
will be linpoaallile. for Ueruinny to pay
the reparation debt fixed by the u
preme council, mik J'rofen(.r John
Maynurd Krynea. principal reprewnt
atlvei of the Hrltlah treamiry at the
Veraalllea peace conference. He
pointed out that to make the pay.
menta Germany'a world' trade would
have to be Increnacd to audi an extent
that Brltlah trade would Buffer .
LEAVE N. , Y. FOR ENGLAND
WIITIUMITd.V, Hmr. Kib. 1
Crlmlnala driven out of New Vork by
the effarta to auppicua the crime
wave there ure fleeing to Kniflniid aa
atowawaya on Jlrltlxh ahlim, aay the
lirltlnh murine. One captain told a
maglMtruto here that atowawua hud
been cllarovered on board every f'un
ard xlilp that anllcd from New Yoik
fo Kncland for the lul three montlia
are belnir forced In
Into South America.
l,OM, Kcli. 1. Knirland appar
ently feela no qualms regarding; the
Klaht alowawaya were, found on the advent of prohibition to this country.
liner lmperator on her lust trly. Thev for while prohibition workera are
were aentenced to pay a fine of 2l busy trying; to reform alcohol tnthuai
pnunda each or aervlnir one month In I at. brewera are btmily reforming
SENATE FOR MARCH 4
WAHIIINOTON, Feb. 1. d". P.)
Prealdcnt Vllaon will call a special
eeaalon of the aenate March 4 to con.
firm the cabinet nominal Ion. it waa
announced at the while hoiiae today.
The aernlon la a meana of facllltlailng
the executive aturt of the new admlnla
tratlon, t'mlcrwntMl Tnkca IisUch
WASHINUTON. Fell. l.--(A. P.
A NHitieat from Pnnldent-Klect Hard
in that President Wilaon call a apec
Inl meeting of the new aenato for
March 4, waa conveyed, lo the while
bonne, by Senator I'nUorwoodi domo
Tho reciiM'Ht for a Kpeclul aexalon ot
the acnnlc wia to confirm the cabinet
and other i polntnicntx by (he Incoi.i-tn-
executive. A call for a ityrctiil kcs
nion of,the new congTeiia will bo Ixmi-il
) H.irdiygr a'ler hia Inauguration. Ii
it exiettej thia aewlon will keKin lalt
in Jh'.r .I, cr early In April.
CATTI.K MAI tK ITT IAVl.lt.
lH.)UTr.ANn. Feb. 1. (A. P.)
Cattle arc lower, choice Ktoera are
JH.25 and $9.00: hoga and ahcep ure
teudy and eirgT three centa lower,
the buying: price ut 85 renin unit the
aelllnjj price for rclecta 26 uml 40
cents. Putter la firm.
Rule With Iron Rod Beside
Which Blue Law Regime Will
Look Like Rubber Wand is
in Store Say Advance Guards
SAINT EXECUTIVES DUE TO
RULE CITIES, THEY CLAIM
Good on Earth Will Soon De
part and Only Wicked Will
. be Left to Keep Time to Jazz
less Tune of Reformers.-
XKW VOIik! Feb. 1 (f. P.)--
Kule with a "rod or Iron," beside
which the blue law regime will look
like a ruboer wand, la In store for Am
erica, according to Mi"ea Helen liiin
mann and iiello K helhorn, advancf
guards of the honta from Zlon City, Ih.
who are to tame New York.
'The time la coming aoon," they
iwjld todav, "when all ai!nta now on
earth will have pot on Immortality.
1 hen It la altogether likely that Wilbur
'ilenn Voliva. our overceer, my be ap
pointed to rulo Xew York aa mayor.
When Jhat has happened only the
wicked wilt be left and the city will be
ruled with a rod or Iron.1'
Oilier cities will have "saint" may
irs, according to the advance ugents
Then there will be no darning, jaz.
miiHlc, Sunday amuacmentw, papers, m-
tobacco, alcohol, silk Blockings, peek
aboo wniMa and no akirla reveallnp
more than thre Inches of footwear
All churches will lie filled, they de
clare, for 10 hours each Sunday and
at lesser ineeiint'a during the week.
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MUSW KENAt ORDERS A1S
DROPPED PEI1IG MEETING OF
ALLIES TO BE HELD IN LONDOII
Head of Nationalists Will Endeavor to Negotiate for Return to
Turkish Territory on Condition Present Cabinet Will Resign
and Representatives Will Observe Conference Doings.
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iJUUUC LllJUitl VVILU
I NOT PERMIT NEWSIES
TO PAY Hl$ $500 FINE
their public-housea ua the auloonsl
here ure called. ' I
Vor this purpose the firm of Frail k j
viait, i.iu.. naa expenuea a aum ap-jn
i.r.n..l.lr.u C filifi una ..n.l i 1m l.il.n.1.
erf ail n th fulorv... Jim j Urliubi
workman ahull take bis ler tntflle-T
etually. Susiddors and tutwdiist ure to i
lie banished, together with all thr
tawdry gilt and glitter of the drinking
saloon aa it Is today. Instead, the re
formed public-houses will have rend
lug-rooms, rltlng-rooma, dressing
rooms and refreshment rooms, all dec
orated In the approved style that only
pastel ahudca and urtlslic lighting can
NEWARK, Ohio. Feb. 1. (tr. P.)
Four men were burned to death and
three others were seriously Injured
when it freight train on tho Pennsyl
vania railroad flushed Into another
freight aiandiug on a aiding near here
today. The dead und injured were
members of the train crew.
Cars of the two trains were tele
scoped by the collision. Oil from
one engine spattered over the wreck-
! age und took fire.
MOSCOW, Idaho. Feb. 1. William
.f. Morgan, retiring chief Justice of
I he Idaho supreme court, has donated
to the irnlversity of Idaho law li
brary his personal copies of briefs and
records of the many cases that have
been heaid during his term of six
.ears on the bench, according to an
il. nincement by o. P. C'ockerill, dean
of the law school.
"These records constitute a very
valuable addition to the university law
library," said Dean Cockerel!. "Con
taining aa they do pleadings and ar
guments submitted by some of the
ablest lawyers In Idaho, they will be
particularly useful in tie course Ir
law practice now lieinj; carried by our
third year students.''
conn i I'iioi.ds hamh.f.y
SAI.K.M. Keb. 1. (A. P.) The su
preme court today upheld Corporation
OnjumlsMionor Hundley In a suit filed
ugalnst him by a Texas oil syndicate
t'i force him to issue a permit lo sell
Btock In Oregon.
WALLA WALLA CLUB HEARS
PENDLETON SPEAKERS AND
BACKS POWER SITE PLAN
(Special to the East Oregonlnn.)
WALLA WALLA. Wash., Feb. 1,
Walla Walla will send a lurge delega
tion to Pendleton next Saturday to At
tend a meeting of the I'matlllu Kup
lds Power Kite Association, ua the1 re
sult ot a visit of a I'niatllla county1
Tiennrted by Major Leo Jloorhouae
delegation to the local Commercial
rtieoi'Ke llartman, mayor of Pendle
ton, Judge S. A. Lowell, K. H. Aldiich
of Pendleton, and J. I). Kurcher, of
Stanfielil. spuke ut the meeting and
urged this " co-operutlim of Wallu
Walla. In a movement toward the util
ixutlon of l bo waters of the Columbia
for development of h dro-vlcctric
power at I'nialllla rapids to footer Ir
rigation, railroad electrification and
the production of electric power for
Industrial and domestic purposes.
For the coming meeting, invitations
have been extended to leading rnll
road officials of the northwest, the
governors and state engineers of Ore
gon and Washington, . legislators und
prominent business and industrial
Itesides tho speakers, the Pendle
ton men w ho visited Walla Walla to
day were C. P. A. l.oncrgnn, .lames
Johns, Cr., Cliaties lond and It. Ii.
MOSCOW, Idaho. Feb. 1. To stim
ulate scholastic work among men stu
dents ut the I niv'srsity of Idaho here,
a loving cup lo lie known us tin
French scholarship c.up. will 1"
awarded annually to the grojip tnak
ing She highest scholarship average
it Is announced by President A. 1.
The cup has been presented to thi
university by Congressman lluiton I.
French, graduate of Idaho of the das.
it 1901. Mr. French asked that thi
rules und requirements governing tie
trophy be similar lo those now bem
used for Elizabeth Kidder l.Indle;
cup. The l.lndioy cup, presented n
Mrs. M. H. l.lndioy, was original!:
planned for groups of women and mci
but the donor has consented to nuvi
It confined to the former In ordei
that the French cup might be offerer
exclusively to the male students.
Hiking was the order of th day when IJoyd George gave a party re
cently at his country home for LoM Heading and John W. Davis, the I'. S.
unbaador. Heading I shown telling Davln and Lloyd George a funny
Moiy. They had J ist returned from a Ion? walk when this picture was tak
en. K'lrepoai worries nm apparently V making Lloyd Georee much thinner.
SERVICE IS LAUNCHED
DK.VVF.lt. Feb. I. IV. P.)
"I don't want the newsboys of
Denver or any other city to col
lect money to pay my fine,"
Judge Pen Llndsey of the Den
ver Juvenile court declared today
when he was told that plans
were tinder wny for the Denver
newsboys to contribute to a fund
to pay a J."."0 fine assessed
against him for contempt of
court. When he refused to be
tray the confidences of a 13-year-old
boy, whose mother was
on trial for the murder of her
husband here, Judge, Llndsey
was held for contempt of court
and ordered to pay a fine of J500
or serve a term In Jail.
The United States court up
held the decision of the lower
Judge Lind.sey said it waa not
a matter of monetary expedien
cy, but a matter ' of principle
with him. Tt is for the news
boys and their friends that this
principle was founded by me,"
he declared. ''So I cannot accept
any money from them."
P.) Mustjipha Kemal, leader of th
Turkish nationalists, will endeavor to
negotiate with the allies for return to
Turkish territory If the present cab!
net will resign. It was announced to- .
day. In the meantime, Kemal orders
c-d his troops to cease hostilities
against the French and British troops
pending the London coriferVhr,
where he will have representative, at
least In the role of observers.
SALEt Fob. 1. (V. P.) The
f house today urianlmouttfy panned a bill
4 changing the time of holding circuit
(court in Umatilla county from 8eptem
4 jber to later in the season.
; "Tho court time now always come
At its tiipt'thi t-T tho 'iilmtry 'iat Vii the iin&nimou iotViuRen taV.ro-
HUht the ronimiiimy .rvi e council j mcic ami stimulate public interest in
the neriion of a community building
M ted to nreantze and undertake com
munUy work hern und or the name of
"he fVnd let on i Vm m u n 1 1 y Servire.
constitution and bv-laws wore adopt
" he constitution provides for a presi
dent, vice-president, and Kocretary
'.ren surer, these throe officials re
hinnnted tlso as memhers of a cum-
mil tee of n to wni k out plans for
ivie activities. The eiht other luem-
iters of the committee are to he ap-
tinted hy the president, the niaynr
'i id city sitperintendn4 of schools he
me memhers ex-officio,
Jnnicf Johns, Sr. waa elected pres
doit, Mrs. F. K. f!yden, vioe-pres-dent
and C. I'. A. I.onercau seeretary
renytirer. i he most sichifiennt move, of the
rteetimr, in the efitmiatinti f K. K.
Tuekor. National community oriraniyer
PERSHING WOULD BURY
UNKNOWN HERO WHILE
ALL NATION HONORS
or civic center. This building will in
clude an auditorium, gymnasium,
s-wln ming pool, etc. The motion stip
ulate! that a special committee be ap
potnfcd to develop plans and ways in
teresting citizens in the building.
TIip new officers are to meet tumor,
r w ;:lnht in the library and arrange
for he appointment of the executive
Jt:st at the lime of our famtum Kound
t'p." auid IU preventative Woodson,
"and you have to lasso and hog tie
men wanted for the Jury."
' lircak Mt-nts lending;
SALEM, Feb. 1. (L. P.) After
considerable debate at the morn inn
session, a bill providing a system or
4 state reforestation of denuded rands
I was made the special order of buHinesa
: this afternoon.
Differences between the governor's,
j office and the highway cominbialcni
over proposed repe of the quarter "
mill road levy act seems to tower near
Amkrabie adjustment through a com
promise arrangement. .iow being rrego
j tiated. , ITnder this plan the millHgo
. levy would not be repealed but would
he so amended that money coming into
Earl C. Bronaugh. former circuit i 'he treasury from it would be applied
Judge, waa today appointed trustee for I "r 'wo years to institutional needs.
ilorris Prothcrs. Liquidation is to be
gin at once and is certain to take over
a year because the creditors have un
til December 27 to file their claims.
Fnder the by-laws the community
work is to have several departments.
Th..re will be a department which will
tercst will be music, girls and boys ac
tivities will oe in charge of two sejie-r-ite
dt-rartments, and athletics will
also be provided for, according tr
JEWELRY AND SILK
HOSE VERSUS LOVE
IS ISSUE OF SUIT
port Kills Pass Senate
SALEM. Feb. 1. (A. P.) The Port
of Portland bills passed the senate yes-
j terday. No opposition Is expected in
(the house. - : '
AntlHHizra Sale of Plant.
SALEM, Feb. 1. (A. P.) The sen
ate today passed a bill authorizing the
sale of the penitentiary flax plant.
land passed a bill imposing an inser-F-'jtation
tax on property transferred to
i v.itc its energies to dramatics, an- -"". jeiir, mouc.t ami siik i heirs within two years - before the
iier lo playgrounds, one's chief in- onR" versos love that's the issue jdeath. There were also bills changing
... w.c u.i ui .. i.. i einsiiiaiio the personnel or tne, emergency board
to be appointed guardian of 16 year;an( to keep power' to appropriate
old Natalie Lancn. Thus far Natalie money in the hands of the legislature,
haa stoutly maintained her love for jfhe house assed six bills,
favorite in the battle. Dr. Ralph Lar- ' '
son, her foster father, testified today
KAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 1. (U
Candy, Jewelry, money and
V A SHIN GT N. Keh. 1 ( 1
P.) A c:remonial partiripnted in
liv rvt ry person in the t'niled
Elates when an unknown soldier
of the world war i buried in Arl
ington eemettry was reeommend
ed hy (meral IVrsliiiiw before
the house military affairs com
BILL PASSES HOUSE
CORK, Feb. 1. (C. P.I Sinn Fcin
ra killed a woman last nijiht when she
waited on the platform of a Nation at
Mallow with her husband, Insp.-ctor
Kins. The latter was seriously wouiid-d.
WASHINGTON-. Feb. 1. (A. P.)
The rivers and harbors bill appro
priating ?15.25O.0i'O, was passed by
the house today and was sent to the
Kstiur'tes Are- Cut.
WASHINGTON. Feb. l.-(A. P.)
Department estimates of $478.T.S.
?mi, in the deficiency bill are cut to
$:03,.!i:i,S7 by the house appropria
tions committee which reported to
day. Votes Against Increase
WASHl.MtTOX. Feb. 1. I I". P.
The house voted by 205 to 120 agatnstj
ii creasing the appropniaiuins 'orj
river and harbor worn during the next
i.s al year to Si'S.tuio,!''"'. It thet
passed the rivers and harbors appro
priation hill, .carrying S I :.:, Oi'O f.r
n aimenanco and continuance of pro
Jt cts already started.
that he had taken out a 11000 endow
ment policy for the benefit of the girl
and that he gave her fine clothes and
everything, money could buy to make
the girl happy, hut still, his testimony
said, happiness had not been for Na
talie. 'l don't care about money," she half
sobbed from the witness stand.
"What I want Is love?"
P.ev. Wpiasmann testified that love
is about ail
SiX CHICAGO BANDITS
CHICAGO, Feb. 1 A. P.) Kix
men. after herding six men and three
women employes of the Kenwood
he had to offer the girl 'Trust and Savings Uank into a rear
whose guardian he uanhs to be. '!ve, room today escaped with $30.jfl. The
:i pood home, not fine clothes or plen-jhoudup was staged while employes
ty of candy make happiness.' the (were removing money from the vault
minister testified. after the bank opened.
CITY TO TAKE PART IN
GIVING CHINA A CHANCE
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. tt. P.)
The doom of the Fordney emergency
tariff bill at this session of congress
seems certain. The senate will vole
oh iVlotuiv tomorrow. This would
I llm't the debnte on measures. A two-
thirds vote is necessary for ndoption
I of cloture and friends of the tariff
measure admitted they would not
,elulni a victory. Failure of the elo
ivc would allow the democratic op
ponents to talk the bill to death. A
1 cloture w-as introduced yesterday hy
I Senator Penrose, after 14 days' flll-
blistering carried on by Senator Har
Reprisals Conic (Quickly
t'O UK, Feb. i. tt. I'.' Quick re-i
prls;ils resulting in the dath ef one
man, followed the death ef Mrs. Kim? I
wife of Iho eonnt- inspeetiir ai Mallow)
station early today. Police rashe-l I)
Hie itation when the i-iiooling was re- t
poi-ted. arrested 10 men and Uien oi-
dered them to flee for their . Ilws. one j
man was killed and aiuAlur wa'f j
wviunded. The remaining c!aniorvn
into a locomotive. The throttle was
thrown wide open and the inline'
plunged tnlo the open country.
Ma41ow, already the seen-. .f nmeh j
fighting, today feared forth. t ivprisalsj
and there was a general exotics if'
King and his wif were waillnig for
. .gUCIl ai UlC II Hill' iiiMir-i- tim m' ii-.-
son can bo given for this procedure.
With the slogan, "Give China a
Chance," a drive for the relief of fam
ine stricken China was started this
morning in Pendleton when the Amer
ican National. First Nalioal, and In
land Empire banks announced that
they would act as depositories for contributions.
izens shall, even though the task of
giving is not today a light one, re
spond us they can "to this distant but
appealing cry for help."
t"o great Is the need of this nation
(hat the American committee figure
,1 cents will save a life for one day. It
nnA lift, fop tin month nit.l i. u III
The appeal comes from the Ameri-'s.,ve a life ullU, ,uirvest
can Committee for the China Famine The famine sone over mnn.ifi
(Fund with head.iuarters at Uihle I wmre antl Kncu th ftv.
House. New York city. This organ- j , provinces. This area has
I sii ft f rod itn antl nitP.rta 1 1 .-... w a.
Chinese arc on the verge of starvation, (.onti,ulo, droUKh, nni1 Uok o(
according to C. Si harpf of the Am-j,..,, h-s klliw, ,hl. ,hP. r.
Thn idea for aid Is backed tin by
.OIL KMIIAIH.O F.WOUI.n
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. tU. P.)
Daniels today approved tho bill by
Senator Phelan, aulhoiixluK the prea-
j ident to declare an embargo on the ex.
portatton of oil, rhelan announced.
The bill has In view declaring; an im-' Fehnmrv 4. It Is officially annminM.i
mellate embarRo fo meet the ahurtage today. Rusiness decline Is given as Ilia
or on in tn sou n try. ' Irtason
II AII.W.WS Tt ( IT WORM Its
SACRAMENTO. Calif., Feb. l.J-t
IM More than II nil men wil be hi id
ff In the Southern Pacific shops hcr
j XllI.W Al'KKE. Feb. 1. ( I. P.)
: icier i iTjiiT is h ""' j prochuiiailon from President Wilson,
the president's refusal to grant par-, n hleh "runs as follows: ,
don to Eugene Pehs, saying that i 1 amino Is Alarming,
ii....,- i Wilson Mottled the recom- i "A famine, alarming in its prop..--
I , .. . .'tions, today holds in
,meo,.a.io ... ,e a..o. ......t, pymccs In China.
:that the in year sentence of -Eugene p f.,nM,v js complo e, and th
i Debs be commuted to expire next Feb- present disiress, which is great, I
if. I - V.i i-.- tson for the ref lsal is likely, before
upon them. Thu wife was killed
vtaiitlv and King was wounded.
'other Ihan Hint a clot of blood is still
Sns IMHiv Fired I h.h resting heavily on poor Woodrow Wil-
I.oNlniN, Fob. l. -d". P. V- Police son s diseased brain. The decision of
were fired upon at Mallow when they ih, supreme court in the Chicago so
went to ihe railway station there to e nlists rase showed there are signs of
investigate the shooting of Inspect or! sanity returning to some of the de
Klng ami his wife by Sinn Feiners, the , departments ot our government. The
winter has run its
course t,. become appalling. In fact
lour diplomatic and consular agencies
jln China inform me that the loss re
j stilting from death In distressing form
i iiuiv run into millions of souls. It is
i certain that Ihe local government and
Cliina Aided Civil inlion.
"China gave civilisation to the
world. It gave much of the best lit-
jerature. the printing press, added
greatly to the world's art and this
its crip seeral ! proNerh, 'Within the tour was all men
The are brothers,' reads the literature of
the American committee. , .
So concerned baa President Wilson
become over the conditions In tho ('
lestlal Kmpire that he has appointed
committeemen in every state to work
for the relief. A. 1- Milia and Edgar
11. Piper, both of Portland, being; the
men on the committee from OreKoii.
"We will certainly be clad tn take '
established agencies of relief are un- deposits for thia drive and thn publlu
able to eope with the magnitude of i may te lnforme.1 to that effect, was
the disaster which faces them. . . . the statements made by I.yman Itle
Therefore not only In the name of bu
llish office today announced. Ucturn-1 sanity will not return to the w hite ! inanity but tn that of the friendliness
'ne the fire, the report said, the police house, however, as long as Woodrow
i Wounded two men and killed a third. Wlkon holds sway there."'
which we feel for a great people tn and U C. Scharpf of
distress, i venture to ask that our clt- National.
of the First National Hank, Will 1U
bennett of the Inland Kmplr Bank.