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Thu East Ornnln la Er Ow
on" igreatsit vppr end
selling tore lv to the drlr
ovrr twice the guaranteed psiil etrfln
latlon In Pendleton an! Umatilla covin
tjr of any other newspaper.
Number of eopiM printed of reaurday's
Thli ptper a mtinbtr of and audited
or the Audit Uureau of Circulation,
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1921.
FIGHTING WfrJRELAND APPROACHES BATTLE PROPORTIONS
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MRS. HARDING PACKS UP.
KILL EACH OTHER
III GUN BATTLE
Prominent Men in Community
Meet in Country- Store Dur
ing School Board Meeting
i and Deadly Firing Begins.
FIGHT RESULTOF FEUD
BEGUN MANY YEARS AGO
Dispute First Occurred Over
Boundary Line, Shooting Be
gins With Few Words, Both
Succumb From Wounds.
LCBBOCK. Tex.. Feb. ., in. r.)
Jim lluwlea, 60, wealthy, land owner
and Jim Wright, 62, prominent ain clvle
affulr of hl community. shot each
other to death In a duel In a, small
country store at Hhnllnw Water, 10
miles east of here, during a school
board meeting last night, according to
word received her. Their legs were
Intertwined when they fell. The shoot
ing; was the result of a feud of many
yearn Involving- a, land boundary.
Howies opened fire, shooting from hl
hip with a amall caliber revolver, when
lew than half a doson words had been
exchanged. The nhot hit Wright In th,
leg. Wrighla gun came Into action and
I'.owles continued firing an both mer
sank to the floor with bullets In their
- COMMUNITY SERVICE
Executive Members Also Elect
ed at Meeting of Committee
of 25 and Work on Local
Program Will Soon Progress.
Committee chairmen and executive
committee member for Pendleton
Community Service were chosen hist
night In a meeting of the committee
of 25 and work on the local program
will progress at the pleasure of the
varloua loaders. The executive com
mittee will consist of the three elect
ed officers, James Johns, pre! blent;
Mrs. V. K. Hoyden, vice president,
and Pal Lonergan, secretary-treasurer
and the following committee mem
bers: George A. Hartman, II. K. Vilow, J.
II. Kaley. Judge O. W. Phelps, F
Wlllard Bond, I.. C. Hchan'f, J- w
Maloney, Sandy McUln. Mr K. T.
Wade and Harold J. Warner.
A committee to work on plats for
the evcntutl construction ot m .'.'idi
tortum was also named last night.
Judge Phelps la at the head ot ih.s
Important committee and his col
leagues are J. H. Sturgis, C.. M. Rice.
It. W. Itltner, William Dunn, J. :i.
Kaley and 8. It. Thompson.
Chulrmen for several committees
were named with the privilege of se
lecting their own co-workers. Ir.
Ouy U Hoyden will head the bys'
committee, Fred Itennloh will head
athletics, Mrs. 8. II. Kershaw will In
in charge of music and Mr. lnlow In
charge of playgrounds.' Committee
chairmen, for the girls' work nnd for
dramatics and pageantry will be
chosen soon. "
These committees, when member
ed will meet ot the cull of their re-
apective chairmen. 1
Next week the notary Club veil
hear Dr. Hoyden and Mf. -Johns or
the boys' work phase of communlt;
activity. The Wednesday lunchoor
will be turned over entirely to mis
M VHKISTS STFAHY.
. PORTLAND, Feb. 3. (A. I.)
Cattle and sheep steady, hog lower
ItftH.ZK; eggs weak; butter flrn.
Heported'by Major I-ce Moorhouso,
Maximum, 4 2.
Itulnfall, .15 of on, Inch.
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All NORTHWEST ROADS
WILL HAVE OFFICIALS
HERE FOR CONFERENCE
Twenty Six Sticks of High Ex
plosive Already Ignited Are
Found Under Aberdeen Am-
erican Legion Building.
Bvery railroad operating Into the noasible for Mr. Van Diisen to attend
northwest, including the c. M. & St. P. 1 1 ecause of ill health and in that cae
MAN SEEN CROUCHING
BUT ESCAPES CAPTURE
Two Suspects Discovered Rid
ing Blind Baggage, Carrying
Bombing Equipment, But Po
lice Hold Them Guiltless.
AliEIiDEK.V, Wash., Feb. 3. (A.
P.) Twenty six sticks of dynamite
I with a sputtering fuse were placed un
i der the American lesrion building here
I b.st nlKht while fifty ex-servic men
state war bonus. Henry Lancaster, a
legionnaire, saw a man crouching and
investigating .found the dynamite
drapped in a Montcsano newspaper
v.ith the fuse lifihted. The would be
bomber escaped. The police question
ed the Japanese section foreman to
whom the paper wrapping the bundle
was addressed, but he proved his in
nocence. Two suspects were caught
on a blind baggage having fuses and a
bottle of explosive and are held though
aro not believed guilty of the legion
attempt but of the attempt to blow a
safe at Cosniopolis. The police believe
iVip attempt is connected with the cen
ts alia Armistice day affair. i
Co., will be represented by officials at
the meeting to be held here Saturday
for discussion of plana for the devel
opment of power at Umatilla rapids on
the Columbia river. In addition to
these there will be representatives of
the reclamation and of the United
States engineer corps. In. attendance '
besides various business leaders from
bolh Oregon and Washington. I
The Portland Chamber of Com-1
merce is sending a delegation to the)
conference. The personnel of the
Portland delegation will, according to '
P. Hetherton. executive secretary, in
clude President Van Duseti. W. I. I
Thompson, J. P. O'Brien and Whitney
the executive secretary will be here In
lieu of the president.
The sessions will be held in the
f Ms' lodKe room and there are indi
cations of a very busy time from the
ofwitng of the meeting at 10 o'clock
until toward!! evening. A luncheon
v.i'l be served at noon in honor of the
MiisMe visiinfj, this being under the
ausiii. er of tile Pendleton Commercial
Membership in the power associa
tion Is open to ail residents of Oreson
ai d Washington and all local people.
lan.teis and business men. are Invited
to attend and participate. It is also
ueMied to have good representation-)
Boise. Mr. O'Brien will also be nr-lfrin tli the towns nf the rr.nntv .
ent as an official of the O. W. n. & K. Rc-pe rts rc eived show much Inter
Co. and he will be accompanied by 8. est on the part of Washington people
Murray, assistant chief engineer, and ami good delegations are expected
other officials. ! from Walla Walla and other Eastsm
Mr Hetherton states ft may be im- Washington towns.
SALEM LEGISLATORS MAKE
CRIMINALS OF MEN WHO .
PATRONIZE PUNCH BOARDS
AND SINN Fm
II III BATTLE
Din of Engagement Heard for
Nine Miles, Republicans
Commandeer Building and
Exchange Shot for Shot for
BLACK ANd"tANS, AIDED, '
DRIVE OFF IRISHMEN
BIDS OPENED BY CITY
While President elect Harding Is taking a much needed rest InVlorSda.
Mrs. Harding in Washington packing up silver, linen and other belongings
preparatory to moving into the While House. Site is shown here on the steps
oi me naming Home In Washington, talking with .Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Phila
ueinnia sutiracist. .virs. H:rii ntr i,, m,-- i t !.,..; ... 4i
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. vuMuiurc nn. in win pri-M-m uie memorial stattie t r suffrage pioneers to the
capital, Feb. jr.. Circled picture shows Frank Plackstone, the Harding chauf
feur, leaving the Harding home with a case of linen nnd silver.
llids averaging 8 2 cents on the dol
lar were opened lust night by the city
council for the rt issue of $22,000 in
fire apjaratus and park bonds, de
clared in conflict with the city charter
when originally offered at per .cent
interest. Ttho bonds in conformity
with the charter im;st draw 3 pet
cent and be dated for 30 years with
the option of retirement after H
SALEM, Feb. 3. (U. P.) The houses, but now evervhodv hn .in eve
house passed a bill making criminals ,on them, including the large and very
of persons operating or Pa'roniziner I active lnhhv nf the nnvi. nmnriu,.,.
punch boards or nickel-in-slot ma- and film company officials who came
chines 44 to 12. Bennett, leader of I here to protest against the passage of
the insurgents, declared the house was any of the bills. A public hearing on
"getting down to pretty small busi- the bills will be held Tuesday night,
nes'' when it had "big matters'1 await- I It is expected to draw fhe biggest
ing attention, to consider such bills. I crowd seen hete during the session in
Wra- Kinney was one of the 12 voting j advocacy of any pending legislation.
"So." Commission Suspended.
S diool Voters Changed. SALEM, Feb. 3. The public service
SALEM, Feb. 3. (A. P.) Only commission was todav again supend-
one new Dill was Introduced m the
GEOUS NATIVE GARB
WILL PRESENT POT
Affair to Have ' Historical
Themo Based on Story of
Four Red Men's Search for
the "White Man's Book of.
WORKOUTS OKI M s
TO MM WHERE I
BOXERS ARE TRAINING
Principa's in American Legion
Smoker Saturday Night Are
Eeing Followed by
Fans Interested in Game.
I'matilla Indians, in gorgeous native
dress, will present at 1 lie Christian
Kmlwivor cr mention In Im. Grande
tills wecK-i-nd a pageant having for Its
theme Ctc historic Journey, years ago.
of four Indians to .St. Louis, in scutvh
of the 'White man's Hook of Heaven.'
dev. J. M. Corncilson, Presbyterian
missionary at Tutiillla, is in charge of
ho I agi ant. nnd plans to show also a
living picture of the arrival of Whit
man rnd M uuldlng, early missionaries,
wd also to depict the transformation
if the savage red man into the peace
ful chine'i cf today.
The convention, which will be nt-
'ended bv delegates from many of the
loalilies wist of tho Cascades, will have
one of lis chief speakers Itev.
orge L. Clark, pastor of tho local
I'resliyterlan church and known ns the
Christian Kndenvorers "l nele Hilly.
He. appears in the program four times,
nd under the general topic, "Fellow
hli," will speak on factors of fellow
ship, reflex of fellowship, fellowship
of the cross, n'ml divine fellowship.
Artiang othrr speakers will he K. I
C.ates, general field secretary, and
Paul Hrown, a national worker,
Resides Kev. Clark, Kev. Conielison
nnd his Indians, those who will leave
for La "Cranrte tomorrow niKht arc
James Clark, Miss Vera Hampton, Miss
Muriel Hampton, Miss Harhnra Kd
momls, Miss Wllnia Wade, Miss Cfr
triKlc MeConnell and Hnlph Mcl'ullnv
I if the rreshyleriiin church;. Jnbin
"aught. Miss Alice Creenwald, Miss
Hroldine Hortoit and Miss Lcona
'lorn, of the Christian chuih. .
The bids, Mayor Hartman figured,
were submitted on the basis of yield
ing the prospective buyers about 6
per cent. The Illegal rinds were It
have sold at 1 11 premium per J1000.
:.ther a special ejection to amend
y charter or un effort to dis-
jpose of tnese oonas among me mi-
zens Is faced by the city, witn mgn
interest bearing bonds on the market
for public service corporations ani
troverninent bonds at a low point, tli
'city's issue is believed to have small
chance on the market. Consensus ol
opinion in the council last night wa;
I that an election for charter amend
Intent would, be rather costly ar l that
'the rale, of bonds locally should be cs
,;viyed. The finance committee 'took
!l!;e whole matter vnder adv.seme it
innri will i coort its liiulings at t he next
Local i-eetin,-t of the conned.
Close- on Delinquents.
The city's need of finance! va
pointed out In the meeting. It wai
disclosed that more than 6(1 property
owners have allowed their payment
foi paving to become delinritient. tr -esmuch
as the city holds a lien again:;'
ali such property the city attorns
was authorised to y rocecd to foreclose
on these luns in hopes of obtaining
A lot on Lincoln street, purchased
a number of yiars aj-'O fqr a fire lions,
site, is to be offered bv the city foi
sale. Advertisement of bids for the
purchase of this lot was anthori7.ee
and the recorder today culled for bids
lot is in the heart ot tne norn
residence district and is' consid
ered niiite a sirable uuiHiing sue.
- l'-unk McLean, accountants, were
awarded a com i ad. lo audit the city
hooks for 192 I and have started work.
The Di-combe;- balances were strui'K
by them ar-d w.irk on tho audit is pro
ceeding:. A mtiximura charge of ith
vms their bid.
I'vowlor mi Hoxlng Commission.
James It. Howler was appointed n
member of the local boMng commis-
Workouts being held dnily by the
boxi.-rs who will fc-nlure I he American
Iieglon smoker card Saturday niRht
here are attrai ting crowds us large as
2nd persons. This afternoon at 3
o'clock the boxers started their mill
ing again and tomorrow afternoon
i hey will finish their heavy work and
prepare for their battles of Saturday.
Frankie Murphy and Johnny Fiske.
fresh from their bouts at Salem, will
work out together tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock. I'oth are being followed
as closely as thev showed here in the
July 3 smoker Inst year and gave a 'The
good account of themselves. Murphy i side
has met such hoys as Johnny McCnr-
thy, l'ryan Downey. Joo Kivcrs, A!cx
Trnmhltas and Frakle Ilajnio and has
not hud the worst of the argument
with, any of them. Fiske has met
Johnny Novo, Muff Bronson, Fenny
Chaves, Young Sain Langford, Joe
Gorman and other good lightweights
on the coast, and is still up and com
ing. Af t nVl.-i.-lf Vr.nl Alllcnn Pnrl VftW.
;i'i. ,! nv.nki.-it.imn n-,.r!.- o,,t Tt ! sion. which consists of members
house. It was made ty Overture aod
permits parents of any child attending
a public tAiool to vote on all matters
before the school districts, unless
neither parent is a taxpayer, in which
case one or the other will be entitled
A bill providing for organization and
improvement of districts for logged-off
lands, aid for owners ot land in the
form of loans, was passed, unanimous
ly by the senate.
Movies IJjve Issue.
Moving picture regulation has be
come one of the live Issues of the ses- ! number of circuit judges In the state
sion. Members at first paid little at-
tention to bills regulating the movie frntiMniie on twr s.
With Reinforcements Unionists
Squelch Attack Which is Be
lieved to Have Been Part of
a Strong Military Movement.
CORK, Feb, J. (U. P.) The Brit.
ish police and Kinn FViners engaged !n
a pitched battle at Ross Carbery last
night, the din of battle being heard
nine miles. The number of Sinn Fein-
ers were estimated at from 100 to 600.
When discovered by the police, who
came tearing down the road In motor
lorries, the Sinn Feiners broke - for
cover. A large body commandeers4 m
building and stood off the uniform!
forces for some time, exchanging shot
for shot. The police reinforcements
arrived and the assault became ton
hot for the Sinn Feiners, who wefis
compelled to withdraw. The number
of casualties was not reported here,
but they were believed to have been
light, the police being well protected
in armored cars, while the Sinn Fein
ers were able to escape before their
stronghold was surrounded. The pot
lice believe they broke up what was
intended to be a strong; military move,
ed until March SI proposed advanced
express, rates, . , j.-..,,
Aliens Shall Xot Tcacli.
SAI.E.M. Feb. 3. (A. P.) The
house unanimously passed a bill of
Belnap's prohibiting alien and disloyal
persons from teaching in the public
schools, university or state colleges.
It killed the Dennis resolution requir
ing the highway to make all roads 1
.1,1,1m. nf YM-int fillnH I
.-., LillJ i-:iiiWalk.
fur making every county a judicial dis
trict which would have increased the
SMALL NUMBER OF
FORMER ELK'S OFFICERS
REMAIN IN PENDLETON
When Pendleton lodge of .F.lks
tonight honors its past exalted
rulers, an annual event, there
will be only a small proportion
of the 22 former officers present,
it is expected. Three sre dead,
several more are residents of
other communities or temporar
ily absent and one is ill. In look
ing over the roll today It was
found that only seven may be ex
pected. Dr. F. W. Vincent, fourth ex
alted ruler, is the oldest active
official in Pendleton today. A.
Alexander, second exalted ruler,
is in Portland for the winter.
Judge Thomas FiU Gerald,
seventh exalted ruler; ,Thomas
Thompson, ninth; Judge G, W.
Phelps, 13th.; Frank J. Quinlan,
14th.. and J. V. Tallman, 16th.,
are in the city now nnd are ex
pected tonight. J. H. Est os, S1sL
is ill nt his home here. C. S.
Cheshire, 16th., resides at Milton.
Hoy W. Ititney, 20th. , and Lee D.
Drake, 22nd., are in Salem and
Sis Were Killed
DUBLIN. Feb. 3. (C. P.) Six Sinn ,
Feinrrs ere killed fn the uScmpted
ambush of police near Ross Carbery.
according to an official announcement
here. Several others were wounded.
Dublin crowds were thrown into a
panic last night by a serios of skir
mishes between the military, and un
known men in the Streets. Soldiers
were stacked first. Three armored
Lorries were fired upon from the side-
With rifle snouts projecting
from the screened cover of their cars,
the soldier's responded with a sharp
fire. Women in the crowds screamed
and threw themselves flat upon the
pavements. Hundreds fled into the
Polli-c- Greatly Outnumbered
SKtBBEP.EEN. Ireland, Feb. 3. -(A.
P.l Several hundred Sinn Fteln
crs attacked 15 police between Bur
gada and Ross Carbery today. Si
attackers were Rilled and several were
wounded. The attackers were beaten
off ater a fierce fight, abandoning a
rge quantity of ammunition. No vo
ce casualties were reported.
Motor Lorry Blown l"p n-
. ., , ' ., I DUBLIN. Feh. 3. (A. P.) A mo-Thirty-SlX
KauroaaS Fail tOitor lorry loaded with auxiliary police
Make Operating Expenses , ZZ
Union Heads Fear General Us the first time such methods have
been used in attacking crown forcesv.
Three lorries loaded with police were
attacked in Dublin, bombs being
CHICAGO, Feb. 3. (V. P.) Two ' thrown, ot tnem. time- r-iui.i
hundred thousand railroad employes j the fire and two civilians were wound-
200,000 RAILWAY MEN
LAID OFF SINCE SEPT.
AND ROADS LOSE COIN E
Strike if Wage Cut Granted.
will he tho first appearance in a Pen- j
dleton ring for all three of these hoys
when they hear the bell Saturday
night and thev are being more closely
watched, perhaps than even Murphy
and Fiske. Every day there is some
thing doing nt. the gym every minute
between 2:30 and 5 o'clock.
General admission tickets are to be
thrown on sa'o either tomorrow even
ing or Saturday morning. Jack Dolph,
matchmaker for the American legion,
CITY W!LL TRY TO
SELL BONDS LOCALLY S
were laid off by 64 roads of the coun
try since September 1. Thirty six rail
roads failed to earn operating expens-
jes in January. Twenty-eifsht road
laid not earn their taxes and fixed
i charges. These statements were made
by W. W. Atterbury, chairman of the
labor board of tho railroad executives'
iissoohi linn, in n mihlio ir:iti.mnt sill). !
porting the demands of the railruudsj
for reduction of wages.
1L K. Trviiur to tmorco V. S.
Atterbury declared these lines rep- Wheat dropped In price again today,
resented 40 oer cent of the railroad.) .rph wheat closing at t.St after
mileage of the country. His statement opening at $1.57 while May wheat
was Issued as union leaders declared ' closed at f 1.43 after opening at 11. 4T.
the railroads, in their efforts to drive i yesterday's price tor March was 1.57
WHEAT PRICE AGAIN
DROPS AT CHICAGO
the American Legion. Ills associate
are Dr. F. A. l.iciialicn and W. H
The. petition Tor paving of Lincoln
street between Jackson and Washing
ton, together with a remonstrance ti
that improvement, were both laid oi
the tahls by the street committee. Tin
petition for establishing the grade or
Hay street was allowed.
The fire chief's report for Jano.io
showed that there were three firv
duriiig the month in which the los.-
MVOIl W ill AT IX TOWNS.
tEWIHTOVVN, Montana Feb. 3.
Great Northern railway offic als here
estimate that S.ROrt.t'tlO bushels of
wheat remain unshipped in lowns on
their line in the stale of Molilalia. lp
to December 21, reports show, 9,f,oi,
llnfl bushels were carried over the
said toit.'iv. All rinns de seats are ,v
peeled to be gone by that time., Thew"s
peneral ndnvssion t'ckes are good fori -.
all save eight rows which are reserved! WMliissl of Suit Asked
di wn stairs. All ringside seats will he i Motion was filed with the' countx
on tho stnue, - I court today to dismiss t he sett recent-
i ly brought by the county against Wil-
' bam F. siams on a condemnation ac-1-ljtr:
!Mi.-t H VMv A IIOI.IKIIHD tlon. The defendant has accepted tht
LONDON", Feh. 3. The rank of terms offered by tho county conimis
brigadier general ill the Pritish army sinners for the use of a quurry sit
has been abolished. Officers holding and' camp site on his property. Tht
thai rank will henceforth-be known as motion was filed by the dislrtct at
colonel commandants, ,,torucy.
Are there 44 people in this city or
county who would like to each take a
S"iO0 bond drawing five per cent inter
est and being free from all taxes, fed
eral, state or county? If so the mayor
md finance committee of the city
council would like to get in touch w ith
Tho city has authorized bonds am
inn ing to H22.O00 to sell and if pos
sible prefer to place these bonds local
y. The bonds are for $r0(1 each, the
security is gilt edge. Owing to tht
i-resont state of -the general bond mar
ket and the difficulty of placing a
small issue through a bonding bouse
it has been decided to offer these
The bonds in question were voted b
the people to pay for new fire equip
ment and to purchase the block ,
land adjacent to the Catholic church
and for Mav. $!. S-.
Following are the quotations receiv
ed from the Chicago Hoard ot Trade
hv Overbeck & Cooke, local brokerm
Wheat. y' '
ouen. High. Low, Close.
SO MILLIONS VOH HOM'IT.M.S
WASHINGTON. Feb. . ll I
Senator Koliinson offered an amend
ment to the sundry civil appropriation
hill to provide approximately thirty
millions for hospitals for sick and dis
lown wages, are trying to coerce the I
ederal railroad board to disregard the
mmins law. K. F. Grable,
he Union of unskilled main-1
nitir of wav and shop laborers, an-I
swered the petition filed by the rail-
roaus last week, asking abrogation of
national agreements and reduction of
wages of unskilled workers. Ho said
it the railroads face financial crisis, as I
claimed it is due to "careless, ine.fi-1
cient management," maintenance of I
'large, unnecessary and expensive offi
cial staffs," and contracting at "fabu-
leus figures for cost-plus work."
t.oYi-rimn-iit Control Iredictod
WASHINGTON. Feb. 3. -t P.) I
Railway owners and workers are verg
ing on a wage fight th it may throw
tile roads back under government con-
rol. Libor heads, includina president i
tlompers of tho American federation,
fmr a strike if tho railroad labor
board at Chicaco grants the demands
of Ih liianajrers for reductions.
"Uailroad workers will resist to thei
better end." warned William Johnston. I 1 " .
heed of the international Association I Xini-ial Ilcbl Today.
of Machinists. "It will be very iliffl- The funeral of the bite Frank O'.
cult to avoid a general strike If the'Marra is being held this afternman In
managers gain their demands." To j Weston, the home of two of Mr. O.
prevent a tieup of the nations trans-j Harm's brothers. Mr. O'Harra, who
portntion system, with the resultant died at the age of US on Monday, had
stagnation of Industry, the government 'led an eventful life and wan welt
has authority, under tho Esch-Cum-Iknewn here, where he realdod for the
Canada, 11 13-16 discount. '
X, Y. money, 9 per cent.
mi us law to aeiie the roads.
paat 33 years.