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DAILY EAST 0EEG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1921.
KLU KLUX KLAN ARE "
- NOT C0NCERNED1N
CASE OF WILLIAMS
Order Does Not, , Believe in
Nor Countenance Taking Law
Into Hands of Members.
tHFIX$JUT, April 9. (U. I'.) The
fafe of John ft. Williams, proprietor ot
Jasper county's alleged "death farm"
was placed hi the hand -of the Jury
trying; him for hid life lute yesterday.
ATLANTA, April 9.-MU. I'.)
That the Klu Klux Klun l In no way
concerned In the cane of John B. Wll
iiom on trlii I In Oivlmcton chanted
with murdering a number of negroes
and that (he order floes not believe in
nor countenance the taking of the law
into the member' hands, was declar
aI In n uliitnmpn t bv Colonel William
Joseph Blnimons the Imperial wianrd
of the KnlghtH of the Ku Klux Klan.
I'livivn'ros. tik.. Anrll 8. Out
side Interference In the developing of
the prosecution Of the case against
. John 8. William, proprietor of the
Jnspar county "death farm. '
cored by Greene F. Mohnsoii, .. the
'country lawyer" 'In cloHlng hiH'nrgu-
ment for the defense. "Who I back;
Ui uii .me, wiiiiQwii nnncu..
It necessary to send special prosoeutors
hero to prosecute this man? Not but
that those Interested citizens of At
lanta have not the right. But all vir
tue Is not confined to Atlanta. On the
splendid evidence of Clyde Manning a
confessed liar and murderer, these
citizens have employed ' counsel to
come here and endeavor to convict a
man,' It can Hot be done."
RESUME THEIR ADVANCE
ON THE BRUSA SECTOR
JUM8, 1 April . 9. (A. P.)--The
Turkish nationalists- have resumed
their advance In the Brusa sector t
Asia Minor, according to official dis
patches. Fours are, entertained for
the safety of the entire Greek expe
dltlonary force. The magnitude of the
Greek reverses Is greater than Was
first supposed. -, ,
CHICAGO, April 9. (U. P.) One
man wus 'killed, two pol.cemen and
i wo residents f "Utile Austria" In
South.Chlcugo were wounded In a gun
Refuses to "Sponge
Fondly Old Ho Hope; Fervently Did
' Vim mnv hnva heard It. but a Green
! Line passenger with a buli&ng; Kip
pocket lost his balance and sat down
hard when the car hit one of the
bumps on Hdhman street last nlfiht.
Am ha recovered himself a look of
' horror spread over his face. Some
thing wet was trickling down nis icg.
As ho feverishly started an examina
tion he murmured- pravfully; "My
God, I hope that's blood.; '
Mi l I.ION8 KAT HAI.MON
A8TOIUA, Ore., April 9. (U. P.)
That sea Hons along the Oregon Coast
ant u-reiuer number of salmon dur
tnir iha anen season than are caught
and packed by all the combined can
neries operating on Oregon waters, is
the startling assertion of Carl D. Shoe
muker, secretary of the state fish com
mission. "I estimate that the 3000 sea lions
along the coast consume 41, BOe.OOO
pounds of salmon during the 157 days
which constitute the open season,"
Shoemaker said. "This is more than
all canneries combined handle durng
the same period,"
William Hunter has been enguKed
by the commission to wage a campaign
'for extermination of the sea lion
' After a man has helped raise a half
dozen of them ho realises that the
oesl tt-uy to tram cn.iuren is to let yout
wife do It for you. '
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A Message to the
People of Oregon
By Governor Olcott
TT IS with pleasure I take the opportunity thut
. afforded me to urge upon the people of the
state the importance of rallying around Oregon
industries by the purchase of Oiegon products.
The prosperity of all of us is very closely linked
with '.; the prosperity of such industries.1 When
Oregon people invest in Oregon industries by
the simple method of buying their products, thay
are fiiaking an investment which cannot help but
bring large returns to themselves.
1 sincerely trust that this campaign to educate the
people of the state into the knowledge that the
purchase of Oregon products means a greater and
better Oregon for each and every one of us will
meet with success from the start
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..n.... hn i,iin than to anonee on friends." So say-
tng another London society leader the Hon. Sy via Cough has
turned (o the stage. She Is appearing as a chorus gtrl in The Right
Girl" at Times Square Theater. New York. The family fortune was
wiped out by the war. She is an internationally known beauty A
' portrait of her by Augustus Johns Is on exhibition tn the Metropoll-
tan Art Gallery. New York. , '
STANFiELD BALL TEAM
DEFEATS ECHO 4 TO 2
OF OREGON '
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STANFIELD, ' April 9. The Study
Club met Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. James F. Lane on Wood
street. After the regular routine of
business, .the following program wah
rendered. Synopsis of a novel of the
South by Miss Aloon. Mrs. Lane read
a paper on Literature of the Southern
The Pollyana's were entertained at
the home of Mrs. T. D. Yates on Harrl
man street Wednesday afternoon, th
president Mrs. Ivan Dunning presid
ing. After .the regular business two
new members were added to their
number. Mrs. C. R. Har.cn and Miss
Fr.mkle Sturdivant. ' Most delicious
refreshments wera served by the host
ess. Besides the members the fallow
ing guests were present, Mrs. J. J.
SturgilL Mrs. C. D. Connor, Mrs. T. w.
Cole, Alrs.i F. R. Stuart. Mrs. Jennie
Gorman, Mrs.; James F. Lane. Mrs.
Emma Pregueitz. Mm. H. R. Wessel,
Mrs. C. A. Hak'rt and Miss Catherine
I'reeueitz. i ,, . ' .
Mayor Kyle .made a business trip to
Hugh StanfiUd- was in Portland the
first of the week. ' '
Carl Helm returned Tuesday from
a several, days business stay In Port
land. Commissioner G. L Dunning was in
Portland the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Holte attended
the matinee in Pendleton Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith, Miss
Julia Heggman and Ezra Hazen went
to Pendleton Tuesday evening to see
"Way Down East." .
Charles Hoggard is serving on the
grand Jury in Pendleton this week.
Mrs. M. R. Ling was shopping in
Pendleton one day this week.
Mrs. T. W. Cole was a Pendleton
visitor the last of the week.
Mrs. Edith Van Deusen, counts
demonstrator conducted a dressmaking
school Tuesday and Wednesday at the
home of iMrs. G. L. Dunning on Cue
Tho Merry-Go-Round Club held Its
last meeting of the seasen at the home
of Mr, and' Mrs. , Raymond Walker
Wednesday evening. The timo was
pleasantly spent In playing fivo hun
dred and dancing, a bounteous repast
was served. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Cook of Hermiston were the invited
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reeves motored
to Pendleton Wednesday.
Echo and Stanfield ball teams play
ed a very interesting game here Sun
day which resulted in a 2 to 4 score
in fnvor of Stanfield.
Mrs, M. Roberts has as her guests
her daughters, Mrs. James Campbell
of Nolln and Mrs. Frances Headriek
of Idaho. .
Sam Coppinger of Pendleton was in
in town Tuesday.
Frank Sloan was in Portland the
last of tho week. -
(East Oregonian Special.)
WESTLAXD MINNEHAHA, April
9. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rassmussen of
Lower Butter Creek are enjoying a
fine baby boy born Wednesday, March
30, at their farm home.
The government inspector will be In
iuhhorhood the last of
the! week, testing the dairy herds of
this section for tuberculosis.
Mrs. J. U McPherson of Pendleton,
was a week end 'guest at the home of
her daughter. Mrs. C. M. Jackson.
The Chlpley family are out of quar
antine after a long siege of smallpox.
Miss Jennie Haggman of Stanfield,
former principal of the Westland
school, who has been attending the
state normal school at Monmouth, has
recently returned to her home at Stan
field owing to illness.
Water reached a spillway Wednes
day evening, this being the last ditch
under the government system to re
ceive water, owing to work being done
towards placing concrete lining in the
Htadquartert for Bettrkit
Equipment for thm tvm
and Rural Horn.
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ASHES OF SEATTLE -PIONEER
OVER PUGET SOUND
SEATTLE, April 9. (U. P.) In ac
cordance with the terms of his will,
the ashes of Fred S. Sander, a Seattle
pioneer, will be strewed over the wat
ers of the Puget Sound. Sander died
Thiirinv at the aee of 67 years. He
hd made his home in Seattle since
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tqunrt his voice tn sn Ktrplnno
nose-dive. Dr. C. H. MeSnerney,
f th V. S. Heslth servicn, recm-
raended the unusual "treatment.
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