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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1921.
HOOVER CAN BEkCRETARY OF COMMERCE, IS CLAIMED
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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER " C5fijfi VS-,
Persons Close to President
Elect Express Belief Food
Administrator May Yet be in
NEW PRESIDENT SEEKS
TO MOLLIFY OPPOSITION
Forecast is Made That Hard-1
ing's Inaugural Address Will
Contain Plea for. Dropping
8T. AI'Gl.'HTINK, Fla Feb. 14.
(Ily Raymond Clapper, I'. I. Waff
Correspondent.) Herbert Hoover
rnn be secretary of com more s In the
Harding cabinet It ho will accept the
post, according to the belief of per
son clov to th president-elect.
Hoover wan previously supposed to
have but alight chance of, being lf
vlted Into the cabinet duo to the op
position of a number of senators, In
cluding HI ram Johnson. ,
. Harding has hopea of mollifying the
opposition and believe thul the pub
lic a a whole will approve the up
pnintinent of a man ih Hoover's ex
perience. Report that Senator Full
has been decided upon fur secretary
of the Interior are correct, according
to hla clone frienda.
Wauls Animosities r'tirgottrn.
ST. AUGUSTINE, Feb. 14. (A. P.)
A plea that the nation forget (he ani
mosities and partisanship Of the after
war period and put Its shoulder un
sllntlngly to the wheel of reconstruc
tion Is expected to form the keynote
of Harding's Inaugural message. One
of the outstanding features is expect
ed to be the nppeal for the confidence
l. . u.. B(nn. hiiHii.MKM nhilitv linked
with the assurance "that the admin
istration will keep away from med
dling methods in H relations with the
Federal Board Bays no Change
From Exiting Scale Will be
Allowed Until Case Has Been
Teard by Board. ,
CHIC-AOO. Feb. 14. (tT. P.) Right
of the railroads to arbitrarily reduce
tha wages of employes has been denied
by the federal rsllroad labor board In
a decision on the petition of the em
ploye of the Erie railroad to prevent
the management from mHklng drastic
salary reductions and changes In the
hours of "" Tne D"ard "illd n0
change shall l made In the existing
scale of working conditions before it
has an opportunity to henr the case.
WASHINGTON. Ken. 14. (V. P.)
Max Johnso.i. a Juror In tho lmlf mil
lion alten.ulon suit of David Sullivan
,.,,l.t Johv Davis, a m il onulre,
was arrested today, charged with at
tempting to negotiate a bribe fwn
Iavls. The court limuediutoly dli
...luesH the lurv.'
Johnsotl approached William Ter
rel, a detective employed by DuvK
suyliig that for rmi) he ould "swlnu
, tho Jury."
imported by Major Dee Moorho.lse.
Harotneter 29 "'
Halnfull .20 of un Inch.
ably rain or
jou w, colder.
n." ' wmm INVFSTIGATE
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WALLA WALLA PLANS TO MAKE
UMATILLA RAPIDS MEETING ON
SATURDAY IMPORTANT AFFAIR
UlLO Ah I hK 30 I EARS 1
AT ST. ANDREWS MISSION !
8 sier Mary I.udovlca, need TS,
the first slstir to enter the field
of service at St. Andrews Mission,
died at mhlnli:ht yesterday after
3D years of ective work among
the Indians. Her death, which
was due to heart disease, occur
red at Ht. Anthony' hospital and
funeral services will be held
from there tomorrow. ,
Whim Sister Lodnvlca went
from Pendleton to St. Andrews,
her primitive naiteis were on a
barren hillside, flanked with
mountains and fronting on the
wide and desolate prnlrle. The
surroundings wero made even I
more weird by the shleks of rov
Imr coyotes. ,
Here the sister's work among
the 1'matillas and Cayiisex began,
and sn successful wus Kjie jn npr
endeavor that she received the
special blessing of tho Holy
Pather In a written testimonial.
Associated wilh her In the pio
neer work was Sister Lticretia,
who is still active in the field.
Three of tho first group sleep in
the little Mission cemetery.
Dr. M. S. Kern, of Pendleton, Pat-
urdiiy was elected pres'di nt of the re
organized Ka stern Oregon lMstrict
Dental Society in a meeting of 25 den
tists of this section, held at the Som-
mer hotel, Im (iraiule. Dr. h. D. ldle-
mnn, of Pendleton, was Honored wun
the office of secretary. The society will
affiliate wllh the Oregon Slate Dental
Association and will th.is aim be off II
ated with the national body. ,
Three meetings annually will he held
hv the society, which enrolled 21 of the
25 persons present. The next meeting j
will be held In Pendleton nl the call of.
the program committee. Dr. F. I.. In
gram, of Pendleton was given the
chairmanship of the program commit
tee and his associates nre Dr. llrown
lon, of Iji Or.inde and Dr. Ii. H. Cite,
Vice presidents were elected from
Pnker, Vntnn and Wallowa county. Dr.
Hnv Murphy, of I.n Grande, Is first
vice president; Dr. Horton,
and Dr -
! second vice president,
Prhuffer. of Enterprise, third
resident. Dr. ldleman is
:.nd Dr. Mossman, of Iji firnnde, tren-
surer. These, with two members elect-jeffert
rd nt large, will consilium me execu-;
live committee of the society.
ltcpigniilzatlim of the society wns
lue In the matn to mo cum is m i"' -
clcoltst of Ui (irunde, Dr. Idleninn
said today. They culled the meeting
and gave a banquet for tne visiuim m
the hotel S'atunlay nlgnt. nose in,
llmntllla county attending were; Dr.
M S. Kern. Dr. 1 D. ldleman. Dr. H.
M. Hhnavnn and Dr. F. U lngrMn. of
Pendlelcn: Dr. Schneider, of Pih'l
Hock and Dr. Prime, of llernnston.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. (D. P.)
conmlete- Investigation of nil Inci
dents surrounding tho chnrgo that two
special Investigators of tne nouse war
, I iwwvu 1 1 !-.-
1 pnttment expenditures comniuieis Jt dce)(le(I JnmP!, w'ickershnm, repii jit will employ 2r. civilians and have t
ittempted blackmail has been asked ; ((,n1 ,)H(1 ,,,,,, elected to serv e in the , iinrmnncnt detachment of 1001 offi
In the house hy representative John ' present congress which expires March; -or, ami enlisted nun of tho air ser
"Voii of South Dakotu. 4th, vtce. t
1 c.u.t y
sil' meeting schedule! for Walla Walla
If the l-urp'isc of plans undei-way.
j Whvs have heen sent forth with th
partlcjlar o4'ject t.f liitt'r-minx meni
i ers of the nasnlmiton legislature In
the big tnuVe and to bring to the Gar
lien City on Saturday some of the bl;
industrial leaders of the Inland Em
pire. Willie preparations for this nieelim
i-'o forwtud Attorney Fred Stelwer
chalntKtn of tlve assooiiUii'ii's legisla
tive contmilteo, la in Kulein with a view
to pressing hisialnu desire! by tlo
I nssorintlon, particularly the memorial
to the federal water power board.
H. A. Hanils. corsiltina engineer o'
I'ortlard has promised ti attend th
Walla Waila meeiiivg and explain tht
1 engineer ns features Iti connection with
. the proposed project. Judge 8. A.
I lwell will also be on the program fot
i an address on the federal water powei
I int. The meetinir in Ret for tl o'clocl-
Saturday morning and will be held it.
j the Commercial club rooms.
' A session of the executive commlttei.
' hld here Saturday consumed several
; hours and many features of the tan!
i before the committee, were discussed.
Two new members were ad.led to the
(.xerutivo committee through appoint
I ment bv Judge (!. W. Phelps, chair
I man. The new members are I'residen,
J H. II. I.l 'en rose of Whih'.man College
land Whitney I., liolswe c.f Portland.
I Thn assuciation will have legielatlvi
committees and finance ooninilltees
j from the two states, the Washington
onunittees I'oinir chosen bv Vice Pres
lldent J. M. IVawford of Walla Walla
I the tiregon finance committee np
j pointed by Judge Ph"ips consist o
vieotge Hitrtmnn. Pendleton. F. 1!
' fwavie. Hermistou and R. H- Stanfleld.
Bcho. The legislative committee from
Oregon includes. Frc Pte'.wer, Judge
S. A. Lowell and ' Prf sldent Koy W.
Ititner of the state senate.
Hv action of the esccutlve committee
t. - , j, r,i B v all managing boards of com
, . ,,r!n.ii?.ntHn in the two states
are designated ns advisory committees
to the power site association.
WAHIINOTON, Fell. 14. IV. V.)
resolution looking to the reduction
r imth railroad wuges and rates in
jorilpr )0 stimulate business has bet n
'int,.n,ieed in the house by Keprosen-
it itive lllnck. The resolution directs
t, interstate t'ommeicc Comniissioi.
to rrvpw tu Increased rates put Into
n0 a.t of August and directs;
))c - ron1 iJinor iionio at fniruKo
t0 11Ban consider wage increases to-
tal'tiff ii25,ii,OUO (tranted lust sutn-
TWENTY STATES ARRIVE
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. Dclegntrr
representing more than 20 states had
arrived today to attend the suffrage
memorial ceremonies and the nation
al Woman's Party convention here this
Mrs. Sarah PanlfleUl of Pan Fnn
clsco will make the address of pre
sentation at the Installation of the suf
frage statue in the capttnl rotunda
lpv YMASKAX SKAT.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 14. (A. P.)
The house elections commiMie de
eds I after e long Investigation th
George H. Gllsby, demis rat'o deleca'ejened here
fmm Aas,.n- ts nct onte,i his seat.
WRITING BOOK ABOUT
Charles Wellington Furling Now
Engaged on Work to be Pub
lished by Putnam Company
of New York.
"LET 'ER BUCK" WILL BE
TITLE OF PUBLICATION
Story Will Depict Glories' of
Round-Up and Spirit of
Western Land; Local Aid in
Distribution is Sought.
"Let 'cr Puck," a 20,0nn word bdok
epitomizing the story' und mirroring
the spirit of the wild west as por-
ti.tyed by tha Pendleton llound-L'p, lx
eontemplateil by 14. Col. Charles
Wellington Furlong, foster sou o
Pei.dleion, now on a lecture In the
rreat southwest. Col. Furlong will I,
jack In Pendleton late in March t
coniplete the contemplated book.
Ceoi-go Putnam, New York pub
Usher, manager of the well known
firm of Putnam & Sons, is enthusias
tic over the pcssibllities of such
look,. A letter from him to Col. Fitr
otig was forwarded to the executive
card i f the Itound-t'p today, toceth
?r with Col. Furlong's suggestion
uohe In glowing terms of the propos-
il. Mr. Putnam used to reside in Ore
ion and knows Pendleton.
Col. Furlomj Is ready to underto"
he work of writing Pendleton's story
it once. He desires to Illustrate tin
xurk w ith a larcre number of the most
ivid photopraphs of the great outdool
'how. That the work would be of In
s'lmablo value to Pendleton and I'm
itllla county goes without saying, he
Tlie Hound-Tp association would b
xpected to pun hase a number of vol
tmes of the Issue for general dlstribu
:on. according to the plan advanced
y Mr. Putnam. A general distriim
ion Is believed pos.ahle for the book
oviiir to the nature of th motor'sl t"
ie compiled and the wide reputation
vhleh Cnl. Firlon-j h"s as an author.
Members of the Round-t'p board
vho were seen toda" took kindly ti
"Nil. Furl-'niy's suggestion. It is rnn.
ldere l h!i;lily probable that this work
will be Issued, n departure In puhp
cationfl. owing to its contblnntion c
-eal pif'irmatlon in story form with
tn iin'e'-tone of boost!ng for this cit
nd is en' iroc The Pendleton Com
nert'al Assoc'ation probably will he
isk-ed lo consider cooperation in he
-lobllcatinn and ilistr'bution as well at
ho Ri.tary Club and other civic bod
ies. MiOIMIlK IS VTO1V II I.
NEW York, Feb. 14. (l P.i Wil
"nm F. Mct'ombs. former chairman of
'he demoera'lc. national committee, is
irrio''dv III here and is not expected
to recover. He is afflicted with hear!
Activities of the American Red
Cto.s for today will be demonstrated
o various charitable and civic organ
isations of Pendleton this week by
Miss Catherine Rwing. field worker
'or the northwestern division of the
Red Cross, with headquarter, in Se
attle. Miss Ewlng arrived here this
morning from Pocnlello, Ida., where
she spent last week on a similar mis
sion. M- Ewlns stated today that she
first wished it understood that her
visit here does not mean that money
is desired. On the contrary, Fhe de
clared Pendleton and rnvitllla county
have contributed their share f"r the
venr's work and tha' her mission is to
outline a demonstrut've program for
tho Red Crors for 1921.
"We seek not money but the Intel
linent support of the various organisa
tions ".Miss Kwing said. 'In Pncu
(ello, the Rotary Club, Kiwnnis, wom
en's clubs nnd other bod es gave henr
tv endorsement to our program of
home service work. That Is what we
Recent meetiims between the vari
ous charitable bodies In the county re
sul od in the agreement to leave In the
hands of the Ped Cross the decision to
ict In any en.. The secretary cr the
organization was delegated ns a
clearing house Tor all cases in need of
efon. M's Kwi'ir w a Ri'lllci!
worker In home server duties will b.
placed In Pendleton, at the disposal of
the Red Cross and Us nssorlales, for
Miss Ewlng will remain in Pendle
ton through this week and will en
deavor to address as manv of the or
ranifations interested as is possible.
She says she des'res merely to outline
jto them, in a 10-m'nnte talk, the wish
es of the Ren cross In coo:ratlon
with the people of Pendleton.
SCIPXil. ltHt AIR MECHANICS
UANT'il'L, 111.. Feb. ,14. l". P.)
With 1000 men transferred to Chnnute
field, here, from Kelly field, Terns,
the a1- service nio'hatvc' school op-
teiVav. lte'n? the onlv
I school of its kind in Ihe I'nlled States
POLES FEAR RUSSIANS ARE
DELAYING SETTLEMENT WITH
AIM OF RESUMING CAMPAIGN
I Ann MC Kill I nr
J. HUHIKIO Vlll DC .
PRIVATC CCfDCTH DV
i niti-llL. OLOI1L I Hn I
I'lJKTLAXn, Or., Pel-. II.
When l'mled Kt.itcs Senator
elect Stanfield leaves for Wasli
'nstnn within th" next for.ni jht
he will be accompaniel by v.. .1.
Adams of Eugene, who has sc-
cepted the appointment ns sec-
retary to Oregon's new member
oftheiipperhoiise. Announce- ! , r:.i;;ht, be reached. Meanwhile a care
ment of this choice, made by fill watch Is lsing kept on the con-Hiyialor-elect
Stanfield yesterday teutrations of troops along the Llthu
aets at rest all rumors as to tho janian border. The Polish officials de
pnluble identity of his secretary jelared their belief that Hussia is at-
none of which ever discussed , lemptinir to drag out the conferenco
"I have been looking," said
Mr. Stanfield, "ever si nee elec
tion for someone thoroughly
familiar with conditions in Ore
gon to whom the post of secre
tary could bo offored. When
I learned that Mr. Adams had
sold his interests tn Eugene and
was moving to Portland, t offer
ed him the appointment, indicat
ing the ways in which he could
be of service to Oregon and my
self. I believe that his previous
experience In public life will
prove to be of considerable value.
; contained in circulars received today
WANT IIUSII PHOTbCTt:i jpnnouncing the organization of a new
LONDON, Feb. 14. (I!. P. See- S0K t,y to obtain "redress of past
retary Promley of the British Rai!-!wronB8 and a restoration of rights" in
way enginemen's union, stated that a'ex'l'
nation wide strike was certain to be! The new organization, "the Amer
called if the goverment does not Inves- lran association of Mexico,' announces
tigaie the shooting of Irish railway- " represents small investors as well as
men at Malloy last week and give 1lun'e corporations, adding that, al
iruarahtees for the future safety of ''hough ihe old organization has more
v.iiA, ceo. i,. v. i.i una
Lieutenant Walter F. P.onm-11 of
.'amp Lewis was fatally injured at an
early hour Sunday morning when his
ltttomobile collided with another ma- j
chine on the Pacific highway alwut i
midway between Tacoma and the I
camp. He died at the army hospitaV
a few moments after arrival. j
A. P. llaker, Tacoma shipyard i
worker and Sergeant Walter Mack of
he Fourth military police company, ,
who occupied the other machine, stat
ed to the police that as Honncll's au
tomobile approached it began to zig
;iag and finally.crashed into them. The
lieutenant's car was thrown from the
pavement and turned over in a ditch
filled with water.
Passers by assisted In righting the
r and Lieutenant Donncll was found
with h:s legs broken and bis body
'.wisted around the steering post. His
head had been forced through the
windshield. Although he had been
-inder water for. several minutes he
was still gasping when taken from
the car, according to linker.
WASHLNC.TON. Feb. 14. tf. P
Chairman White, of the tlemocratic
'lationul committee has invited Thom
as Love and Robert Woolev who are
close friends of William C MrAdoo.
to nmear before the meeting of the
democratic execut ve committee here j
Thursday to explain why tiny tlvnk
the linnifdiate reorganization of the
party, with the ousting of the present
chairman is necessary.
WHEAT JUMPS FIVE CENTS
Wheat made a phenomenal rise to
ne, tho mirket closing nt $l.7t 3-
ifor March wheat and nt l D 9 v for
M.iy. Friday's market showed March
eloslna at J1.6." 3-8 and May at $1.54.
FoUowinir. are the limitations from
'lvorbeck & Cooke, local -brokers:
open High Low Close
v- l.sl 1.70; l.;J 1.7u-
May 1.53 1 r,s l.r.i l.:,9i
New York mi ncy, J per cent.
WAP.SAW. Feb. 14.-.U. P.)Tho
f;""1 """cc sreement ttween Polan.il
anfI """"i"- l uni ertiiin, and the soviet
ireprrseruatives are refusing to meet
ihe Polish reparations demands. The
' Polifh dilegates have stood out for
)ii,'hty mlilii.n rutnes In gold. The
j ISi'.sa ans protested violently against
th r aiaoiint, declaring it confiscatory
innd exorbitant. 1 hey offered to pay
thirty million rubles, but not In gold.
!other rr.hh r,rfieiiu ir tr. ....
day. It is believed that a compromise'
! until the weather Is more propitjous'
jfor a Tiilitary movement against them.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. (A. P.)
! Charges that the oil companies have
'used the national association for the
protection of American rights in Mex-
jico to further their own interests are
man .imiu memoirs oi wmon certain
lly 3,Se(i arc Americans of small means
j it is so organized thai "the Ararri
jcans have no voice In Its dlrsiflon."
The announcement is supplemented
i by an endorsement of eight condition;
that they should be complied with
, Mexico before it is recogn zed by thr
I'nited States. J
same as those suggested in the report (
of the senate sub-committee beaded
by pena(or Va. which investigated
c0n(itiOns in Mexico.
CATTI.K MARKET STEADY
PORTLAND. Feb. 14. (A. P.)
Cattle steady. Hozs 25 tn f,uc lower,
prime light, lln.oOffill.Ort. sheep
weak; eggs firm, butter higher.jirint
WASHINGTON. Feb. 14. C. P.I
Impeachment proceedings against Fed
eral Judge. Landis, of Chicago hat Jeen
started In the house by representative
Welty. There will lie an investigation
by a committee mandatory. .If th?
committee reaches the opinion that
tere is sufficient evidence for im
peachment, a trial will be held by the
senate. Welty charged Landis wilh
i.eglectin?" his official duties in acting
'as the national arbiter for organized
I'j-.sel.all. WeHy's move rtime as a sur
, prise due to the fact that Saturday he
jiecoived the attorney general's opinion
that Landis had violated no law by
accepting the compensation from the
organized baseball and the govern
ment. WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. (A-. P.)
There is little likehood of any action
j by the Judiciary committee on the
I Welty charges at th;s session. Chair
man Volstead stated "the fact that
retires on- March fourth does
cot affect the proceedings, nor docs
the case neccsrdy end with 'the ad
journment of cengress," Volstead
WA.-;ilNtiTvN. Feb. 14. (P. P.)
plans to fight the open, or non-i
I union, sh ip movement will be made:
j b la icr leaders from nil pans of the!
Il'nttd States at series of meetingsj
! here l'::iiiivii.!i FeViruurV 22. Sccretarv 1
Murrion of the Amercun Federation
;nf i.a'vor. s tiii. "Ktnployers are mnk-;
ting I tt'e progress with their fight to!
establish non-union shop coniUiioio," j
j. Morrison declarec. "There are a fw!jrv eonfessions of the crooked ban-.
places which have worked under the i ,t ,, K were filed In the crloiin il
jun un shop ...ntracts that have been ; ollrt ,,.iy ,m thalf of Claude W I
I changed over to nun-contract or the Hams nn.l Joe Jackson, both Amerl.
von-union shop plan. Th's would pre- j ,. tHiiW players who were Indir'-'ri
clpit.ite strikes. There has been few on charges of conspiracy to throw the
such strikes in the l.-st six months." nineteen nineteen world Mrlea.
President Ritncr Takes Steps
to Speed up Action in Upper
house; Debate huies Will be
Enforced on All. .
NEW PLAN PROPOSED FOR
Counties Would be Allowed to
Bond Themselves to Match
$2,500,000 in State Money
if Measure Passes.
SALEM, Feb. 14. U. P.) Presl-
dent Ititner has served notice to mem-
bera that the senate rule limiting de- "
bate will be rigidly enforced during
the remainder of the session. The
senators are requested to do every
thing possible to expedite business in
an effort to clean up- the calendar for
the final adjournment on Saturday
New Coast Highway nill. (
The Roosevelt highway- bill Is due
to return to the senate tomorrow with
a companion bill by Senator Hall, pro
viding for the creation of road dis
tricts and will carry an amendment
providing that the two anif one half
millions which was authorized Itf the
original act may be expended In the
construction of a highway whenever
Ihe counties through which it would
run match the fund dollar for dollar.
The district plan would enable the
coast counties to form a district and
bond themselves to match two and
a half million. "
Salary -I Raised.
The senate passed the bill Increas
ing the salary of the state superintend
ent of banks from 4(if to Bi)t).
, 4tTotined ah is hi
HO'JSE PflAV FACE
PARKER'S MEASURE -
Advocates of Anti-Packer Leg
islation Claim Wowerful In
terests Are at Work to Pre
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. (V. P.)
A filibuster rivaling that in the senate
against the emergency tariff bill may
he started In the house this week to
force action on the Packer control bill.
Advocates of the measure claim that
powerful pressure is being brought on
the republican leaders to prevent ac
tion this session. Representatives
Young leads the movement to force
action on the bill. He charged that
republican leader Mondell will be re
sponsible for the defeat of the mea
sure. ACSTlt ALIAN SWIMMER WINS.
HOHAKT. Tasmania, Feb. 14. F.
K. HeiiUrepttlrem, Australian swim
mer, today won the ihree-nuarter mtle
championshfp of Australia by IS
yards from Liuly Lancer of San Fran
cisco and Hawaii. His time was 17
minutes 4 3 4- seconds.
PF.RLIN, Feb. 14
the I'nited Press. )-
a noted leader ot tne lurKisn nation
alists. In an exclusive statement to the
I'nited Press, defied the allies, laid
down His peace terms and welcomed
American mediation. Kemal la at his
lias been suspended, pending the. de
cision by the ullied ministers, meeting
in London on matters of the dituiute
between Turkey and Greece Kemal
is reputed to have in. lino men. He is
faced by a large Greek army. The
Greeks want to put the Sevres treaty
into effect. Former Premier Venlzel
iii Is now In London attempting (to In
sure enforcement of the treaty. '
BALL PLAYERS ATTEMPT
TO REPUDIATE EVIDENCE
CHICAGO, Feb. 14 (A. P.) For
mal reniiiliiitlons of the aliened urnul