East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 07, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Image 1

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NO 9788
VOL. 33
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 7, 1921.
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ALLIED MOOPS WILL MARCH INTO GERMANY
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TROOPS MAKING
PLANS TO DASH
Wireless Reports Indicate
Lenine is Still in Control
but Preparing for Flight.
FIRES ARE SWEEPING
CITY OF PETROGRAD
Reflections From the Flames
Are Clearly Visible From
Along the Finnish Frontier.
LONDON", March ". L P.) Pol
Bhevilc troop are reported to b concentrating-
at Moscow for a do"h to
I'etrograd which Ik now In the hiind
of the revolutionaries A prlvnto
telegram waa received here amounc
liuc the fall of the soviet government
but waa dlBcredlted by wireless. Indi
cating Lenine ai atlll In control.
' TO iPETROGRAD JWpdV
HEW1INOFOIW, March 7. (A. P.) . 4 f ' f A , D
tHreat fire, are w-ulng Polro- ." i ,-
Brad, according to couriem iruni 5 ' vvj" ' '
Oa. Itoflectlon of the fliiiiu r-e Mh-I - -, T
ible at the Finnish frontier. X f f ik
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Wf, Ms&fe deposit box iri. M
VftoT lour vdufs is a reaZ (0
a guarantee of safety m
"ONEY, jewelry and valuable
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papers are not protected by
being hidden or even locked
in the family safe. Make certain of
security. Avail yourself of a strong
box in our safety deposit vault.
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The Fordson Tractor
The Fordson has many friends in Umatilla county
because of its dependability and freedom from re
pairs and trouble. It? ability to keep going day after
day either plowing, harrowing, discing, seeding,
moving grain or hay, hauling or any kind of belt
work, will make itself, in a short time, as valuable
and indispensible to you as any one of the present
owners. .
We ask that you give us the opportunity to show '
you, at our expense, that it will do what We claim for
it and more.
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Our allotment for this territory this year is small
and we ask that you arrange for a demonstration as
soon as convenient, so that we may have your order
in time to insure your delivery this spring.
Simpson
Phone 408 ' .
CISION MADE TO
THIS WAR MAP IS NOT VERY BIG BUT
THE CHAMPAGNE (BELOW) WAS REAL DOPE
I- o . Arncrv m .
1 PACFC Lorfe.,No0
IV J-w II ,T X f i
Auto Co.
Water and Johnson Sts.
CANAL
ZONE.
Five Threaded
Rubber Reasons
1. Willard Threaded Rubber Bat.
t erics fL-e standard on 172 makes of
motor cars and trucks, and on export
models of 2 others.
2. Most of the Important battery
improvements originated with Willard,
and are today found in the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery.
3. Threaded Rubber Insulation
saves jtpui mosey because :t docs not
warp, pu'ftcrore, crack or carbonize.
It outfits the: plates.
Threaded . Rubber Insulation
found only in the Willard Threaded
Rubber Battery permits "bone-dry"
shipment that keeps the battery new.
5. As an authorized Willard Service
Station we offer to every Willard user
the benefit of the broad Willard
policies.
PENDLETON
STOIGVGE
BATTERY CO.
Garden nnd West Court Streets
hi II AfiKXTS
HlKliway Service Station 1
K. Court and 'Alia Sts.
Steele's Korvlce Station
Corner Raley nnd Matlock
Wcstlnwii Atito CX).
Echo, Oregon
Xc!l & ltnrkor
Hermbton
Sln.nficld Auto Co.
Stanfield, Ore. . '
Auto Show March 10-11-12
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PAIIM ACCEPTS
U. S. MEDIATION
UNDER PROTEST
Will Continue Her Arming Pre
parations to Compel the
Costa Ricans, to Evacuate,
COSTA RICAN FORCES
ESTIMATED AT 1700
Army is Not Attempting to
Take Bloca Del Toro but Are
Passing on to Almirante.
PALI'OA, Panama, March 7. (U.
p.) Republic of Panama accepts un
der protest the mediation of
tne I
United States In a dispute with Costa
Itiea. President Porras declared that
Panama, however, will continue her
arming preparations to compel the
Cosia 'Klca.na to evacuate Almirante.
if thoRe forces are not withdrawn.
Consider White Ilish Authority -
Jn an interview with The United
I rcss, president Ekdisorio Porras said:
"Secretary Hughes has given me a
verv painful impression because he
advites us to withdraw our troops
rem th Coto territory, which always I
i:i. be-n ijder our jurisdiction. The
"Kverythinjr appeared to be in or
der; thus yon can Imagine my surprise
when Mr. Goldman came to my office
on the day of tho fight and demanded
another 4,5tl pounds, adding the
iniet that unless it was forthcoming
Herman would not fight.
"1 was determined that he sho'.Hd
not get the best of mo and therefore
a'rned a cheque, after considerable
!rtest, which I know he would not be
able to cafh. I subseouentiy refuseo
to allow my partner to append his sig
niture, without which the cheque is
worthless.
TEXAS HUM CAMP
CHICAGO, March 5. (A. P.) Wil
liam "Kid" Gleason, manager of the
Chicago White Sox, bubbling with en
thusiasm last night left with his pTay
ers for the training crfmp at Waxatia
rhie, Texas; to commence the task of
rebuilding the club broken up follow
ing the baseball scandal last year. In
tho party are four catcners, six pitcn
crs, an Infielder and an outfielder.
Glenson was greatly pleased with the
deal announced yesterday in which
Harry Hooper, veteoun Boston out
fielder, joined his club In exchange for
John Collins and Ktirry Uebold, out
fielders. , "!-"ay, fellows, you don't know how
happy I am to get Hooper on my ball
club. We wont miss Felsch or JacK
son," said the" "KM1: with a smile as
he boarded the train. "We are going
to have a bull club that's going to be
up there fight n and every member
of the club will jie given a chance to
nake good."
Hooper, who Is In California, has
been notified to join the club at the
training campi The second squad will
leave next week.
LITTLE MASTER' TO
HUSTON, March 3.-(A. P.) Start
ing for Galveston, Texas, Manager
Fred Mitchell of the Boston Nationals,
learned thnt he would ha with him
again Richard, Dudlph, "little mast
er," one of tho three pitchers who
I Taught victory to the Braves in 1914.
Diulolphs arm faifed him last year
and ho was given permission to play
anywhere, but he decided after a con
ference with President Orant in New
vith the liiaves on a bonus basis,
much for the Rumen he pitched and
so much more for the games he won.
FARM Kit IS KOIUil lt.
FI1ATTI.K, March 5. (A. P.) -J.
.T. lH'liois, n rarnter living near The
Italics, Ore., was beaten Into insensi-
!in the east aide of the city early hist
night, he lotd the police, and is In the
city hospital in a serious condition.
llolse siUd ho carried tho money in
I
is staff !
INFLICT PENALTIES
STATE DEPARTMENT STILL
REFUSES TO GRANT CABLE
LANDING AT MIAMI. FLA.
WASHINGTON, March 7. (L. P..
The attil ide of the Wllwm adminiB
irntion In rfuftlng to allow a landing
for the Harhadoea cable at Miami, Fla.,
n'M he maintained by the state depart
ment under HuuhCR, in the authorita
tive statement here.
The reason the state department re
f J.ed to allow the landing of the West
ern I'nlon cable at Minml Is because
f'i" ith connection at Parbadoca with
the J'rlMvh Western Telcsraph cable
tunning to J'.razil. The Hrillsh hav
a iuonoioly along the coast of Brazil,
A'.'iich the t'nited states nas continual
ly opposed. A definite action toward
laylms the cable la held up pending a
decision of President Ilttrding.
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WASHINGTON, March 7. (CP.)
The upreme court upheld the action
t.f nrleoi in Seotember. 1117. in
withdrawing' from the Bilwaugee
Leader, Victor Eenrers paper, second
class mailing privileges because of ar
ticles which the postoffice department
claimed violated the espionage act.
The decia.'on of the court was seven
to two. Justices Brandeis Rnd Holmes
dissenting. i'Our constitution is en
acted to protect our government ana
not to screen those seeking to cause
violations of our laws in time of war,"
Justice Clarke said. "The articles for
which the postmaster general revoked
the mailing privilege were false and
designed to give aid and comfort to i
pnlip of our country. Kevo- '
CLOSE CONTEST liS
U. OF W.-AGGIE GAME
SEATTT..R, Wash., March 5. (A.
P.) University of Washington defeat
ed the Oregon' Agricultural college
basketball team by a score of 29 to24
in one of the most closely contested
games of the conference series on the
varsity floor hre last night. The
Washington quintet did not have the
game safely won urtil the final whistle
sounded. Scilk of Washington and
Stlnson of O. A. C. were the stars of
the contest.
Dr. David Bennett Hill
DENTISTRY
Johns Bldg.
Tendleton, Oregon
Electric
Heaters
INSTANT WARMTH
Bathroom, bedroom, every
room. Attach any where
to light circuit
J.LVAUGIIAN
Phone 1.1B
SO F Court
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MAYOR AND JUDGE ,
, HAVE A MARATHON
SIGNATURE CONTEST
Mayor Hartman and Recorder
Fitz Gerald may be carrying their
trusty right hands carefully
wrapped In heavy bandages and
odoriferous with arnica within
the next few days. And It wont
be because they have come to
blows nor the result of an anto
moblle accident. It will be be
cause of the new general in
debtedness bonds which will pro
vide funds for the purchase of
the new fire fighting apparatus.
These bonds require the signa
ture of the mayor and recorder
on every Interest coupon and
there are 1708 of them..' Re
corder Fitz Gerald will be sign
ing his 798th coupon about the
time this paper goes to press,
but at noon he was showing no
signs of weakening and it is ex
pected that he will accomplish
his task by midnight, should he
keep on, Mayor Hartman will
start tomorrow, it is expected. A
local statistician has estimated
that if the signatures of the
mayor and recorder were plac
ed end to end and stretched out
thin enough they would reach
from here to Portland, almost.
745 Main Street
CAra BE CURED
Free Proof To You
All I want is vfmr Dane and artrtre w to- f can end yon free trial
trntraeni. 1 want yoi jut to try tfcu trekLaiu that'i aii Jut
try it. That's my ouiy ar:i:meiit.
I'v been in the Retail f'rutr Business for W year. I am Sccre'uiry of the Indian State Board
tf Duannac atd Freniitut of Uie Kelail Dr-wrists' A cation. Nearly eryone in Fort Wayn
now s me ami ktiowg about my successful treatment. Orer touriaa thousand fhr hiiK3rxf
Men. Women and C))Uiien outxitie ot Kort Wayne have. acccrd;ujf to their own aUtciueiiU. been
cured by thu treatrcent since I first nrnt'e thu offer mibltc
If you have tc7s.n1 a. Itch. Sait Rheum, Tetter iwver t'nd how bed my treatmeat ha
cured the worst c& 1 tver mw-grve me chance to prove my claim.
Send me vour name aud address on thf coipcn be tow tnd pel the trtal treatment I want to
tend you 'K.Eh. Tne wonae.: aoconiplislied in vour own ease will be proof.
iiiiaiiiiaaiaiuriiKaiiii CUT ANa
J. C. HUTZELL, DrogSt. 3304 West Hsh St Fort Wayn, lod.
I'leiuj nd witiiout cost or obiijratka to me your Free Proof Treatment.
Name..
Poit Office
Street uid No.
CQNROY'S.
CASH GROCERY
The Store That Saves You Monev
BUTTER, BEST ON THE MARKET, LB... . 60c
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
20 Bars Crystal White Soul,
regular value , , $1.40
5 Bare Cream Oil Soap,
regular value 50
1 Package Sea l oam Washing Powder,
regular value . . . .33
Special Deal Price )T. $1.80
Extra Fancy Apples, box $2.25
Folgers Ensign Coffee, white package, each.. P.Oc
Olive Oil (REIMBARTO) . .pint 80c, quart $1.50
CAIOT AGREE
TO TERMS OF
REPARATIONS
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Germany Has Modified Her Or.
iginal Objections to Terms
With a Counter Proposal.
GERMANS APPEAR TO
EXPECT A RUPTURE
Will tfave to Ask for Week's
Adjournment to Consult
With Their Government.
LONDON. (7 d. m.)(U.
P. Foch tonight ordered the
allies' troops to move into the
new German territory tomor
row, it is officially announced.
There may be one day's delay
before the allied armies get un
der wav.
, Makes Peoto id Ijcagw.
LON'DON". March 7. (Ed L. Keen
t". P. Staff Correspondent) The Ger.
man reparation proposals are unae
. m. Hntz.tl. H.
WAft, TOO AY muiiiuauaua
Alt.,
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belt.