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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
. f , , : - 2 fZL H O A
BERLIN GOVERNMENT HAS FAILED IN
EFFOR-, TO DIVIDE THEIR FORMERFOES
so com iies
HI D!W ME
This Indicates Extent to Which
. Entire Structure of British
;; Industry is Collapsing.
ONLY 13 OUT OF 500
sTEEL FURNACES OPERATE
Train Schedules Have Been Re
duced 50 Percent and Ex
press trains Discontinue.
LONDON, April I0.(F. J.) Fifty
coal mine are already destroyed by
flooding, It IK officially announced.
Thin Indicate the extent lo wh'ch the
entire structure nf tirltlah industry In
collapsing- under the pressure of the
miners' strike. Further evidence of
the growing Industrial paralMda Ih
shown by t hew conditions: Only 13 t
out of BOO steel furnace are operat
Inir; train schedules have been reduc
ed SO ieV et'ill Btitl till eprei trains
-is found msm
I .Was Thought He Might Hare
Been Divulging Information
About Recent ' Robberies.
tUCAOO. April SO. (tl. IM
Chicago' underworld "Rot" Ita worst
enemy when the body of John I .Ma
honey, the Informer, wiib found rid
dled wl(h bulieis In th "bloody
Nineteenth'' ward. Mnlioney, it Ih
aald, told the police the Innide tory
of the political nwiaHHlnatlonH in the
"bloody Nineteenth." He aluo nuide
vernl tripa to the atnte'a nttorney'a
office lately. It an thoiiKht be mlxht
be illvulnlnif Information about rob.
bcrlen and bootlcKitinjr.
BKATTI.K. April SO. fA. I'.) A
repart from Neuh Hay tbla nmrnlim.
Hated that the five menibern of the
1'niH.tllla reef lightship, mlx-ilmr nlnce
Thoraay nbtht, when they went adrift
In nti oen boat, had returned to the
WOMAN DRINKS LYS0L
i IN ORDER TO END LIFE;
DESERTED BY HUSBAND
Portland', April 3n,(U. P.) Suffer
lin a sony from the effect of I.ywol
polminlnp, ; .Mrd. U. H. Tonsley wna
' found wandeilim on the dowutown
' Ptrcota, hnlf 'chid.- She win rnxhed t
the Emergency Hofpital, where the In
trrnea,n)annK8il to s.ive her life. The
ymina woman ntt-mptcd a-ilelde be
ciiimo her liuaband decried her.
Imported by Major Leo Moorhouse,
lbirometcr 29.40 und fiilllne.
TonlHht und ,
-undue rain, j
.' inner t o -
BRAKEMAN CHARLES STOOP IS
INJURED, ALSO 2 HOBOES, IN
FREIGHT TRAIN' DERAILMENT i
! Charlm stoop, an o. W. H. & N.
lirukcnian living at 1j Grande was In
jured unit two hbboeM riding in u box
car wore HllKhtly Injured when two
earn were del ailed Just below Kamelii
)ul nlitht. It Ih said (hut Stoop will J CSrutnle Observer attribute the wreck
bo nut uaaln in five or six day, lie to a defective wheel, the track having
wan injured when he jumped from the I been in wood condition. It was
train. The holmes were riding in the thought for time that Stoop w is In
box ear and received :itirtn when some Jurcd internally but he wan not The
lumber Mrm k thorn. wreck occurred about 1 p. m. thin
All the men were on eawtbound morning.
HARDING REFERS SEAMEN'S STRIKE
TO SECRETARY OF COxMMERCE AND
SECRETARY OF LABOR TO RE SETTLED
(Leaders Indicate Their Will
ingness to Accept Decision
of Three Fair Minded Men.
WAHIIINtlTDN. April 3n.-(U. p.)
I'leKident llardlnx hax turned over
the thniitened aeaKien'n Klrtke to He' -niniy
of Commerce Hoover ami Sec
retary of 1-abor iMviH for settlement,
it U announced by the while hot:se.
I'm- dent .Ue Matter At tent on.
WASHINGTON. April J. A. I" )
l;epieentatlveit of the marine wot k-
i era were lidd today at the white
liouwe that the preildent -would t;u.e
up with bin cabinet officer the niutu r
of mediation in the wave disinite with
a view to preventlnic the threatened
strike louioriow- ou the American
fhipn. The leadera Indicated their
'tllli.ignix to accept the driMon of
fair minded" men to be uamed
MEN'S FORUM E!
A lack of power both as reif.inla fi
ntinccH und nunierical wrensth '
given by Fred Hlelwer n.s the chief
conTlbutinit cnune for the failure of
the church to reallxe tin Ideals in the
hlchcM measure, when he made an ad
dress last nlKht before the Men h For
um at the 1'renhyteilun church. The
subject of the talk was "Wherein the
t "hutch Hi Failed.'' The upew
deeluied that he would not Join witV
thoee who (iHsume that the work "I
the church hua been a failure but h '
dwelt on Home of the cause that have
prevented it from succeeding to the
The present eeotvm'c K.vKteni
whereby men labor six daya and have
only, the Hpventh for rest, recreation
and worship la responsible for men
iroiijg flshliiK and liuntinK on Sunday
when they mta.ui no at cnurcn, ne
The men'a oi ganlzat on decided to
smooth off the lots on Altn street,
and make ' tcnnltf courts, and a min e
to onrunlae a baseball team to com
pete In the Twiltuht I.eauue was mal t
ed. A number of other discussions
were made by different speakers on
points brought lo a IlKht by Welwer
In his tin!,. The rpenkinK followed an
enioyal le baii'iuet served by the la
dc of Hie church.
i:.i'i i iizziis visit si-..iTi i:.
8EATTI.K, April 30. tl'. V.I
With lied Keates from iill over the
northwest In attendance, the aprina
ceifnioutal of Slirlnedom opened a I
the New Mason. c temple today.
ATTITUDE SHOWN IN -
ALBERS CASE TO BE
, DISCUSSED BY LEGION j
Action conccrnlinc the recent ,
stand the Rnvcrnnietit took in !
perm'tthiK Henry Albers weal-
thy l'ortland miller, his free-
C ilmii after the courts had found
h'm sullty of heins disloyal to )
the jiovernmcnt in t tne of war :
is expected to be taken by l'en- ji
dlcton Post No. :!il Amrricuu :
Legion at the resnlar monthly '
InertiiiK Monday ivpht. The j
i ineetiiiK will be held lithe club- 1
j rooms if the county library at
j s o'clock. :
The Portland post bus protest-
, eil the action In no uncerta 11
I terms in strona resolutions
I that have been drawn and sent j
' 10 Kovernmont offtcals. FeellnR
j In the Pendleton post Is decided-' !
ly iintaKonlstlc to the action of j
' .the liovernnient that was taken. '
The l.eKion's part in Deciirn-
lion Lay observation will also 1
be up for consideration as well j
as the state bonne measure :
which is to be voted on In the
special election June 7.
freight No. 366 mid It sa'.d the de
railment nun 1 ie to a spread In ihi
A phone iiiessaKi- from the I. a
JUDGE TAKES HIS LIFE
BY SLASHING THROAT;
THOUGHT TO BE INSANE
YAKIMA, WuHh., April ZD.
(A. I'.) Superior J.K!kc Allen &
ImviK, who wan elected lait fall,
today ccmmlitee suicide by
slaehini! h n throat 'with a rutsur.
He is believed to have liecoine
tMiiporanly demented on ac
co nit of the presume of the
work on the bench.
MURDER FAITH HEALER
RttL'TM OU ANTTB, & J"
tt.'. I", t Sirs. C. lento rasseae, .V
ear "lit. n -fnh liea! i" was attack
ed and killed hy four men as she .
i lelurn'intf home in an automobile eftei
I visilMi,' a patient. 'fh woman, whose
ttlir.wt w is cot. is believed to hae
j been mistaken for her patiint Slir
I Joseph felito, the wife of a wealthy
contractor, who recently received sev
i eral black hand letters. Four no n
leaped onto the rumiintf board of th?
1 Helitn cur, driven by the son, Michael
! Selito. They bound Selilo and shouted
'to Mrs. cus;wc, "Did you pey n a'
i tent. on to the letters?"
i SI i s. t'asrtese seraineU and one o!
the men vaulfd into the tonn -an b -siile
her. whipped out a knife mul
plunsed it lut'i her throat. Th- me::
' fled, and younK Selito, bound to the
' cais' steeriiis' wiieel, pushed h's heaii
lu'a'nfi the button of ihe horn s id-
1 ina the s:.i-rtuil until nearby residents
I ci.mplaincd of the noise to the polc-o.
aito moiiii k rmt i's ui:irt i::
IXlilANAl'OI.IS April 5H t". l'.i
CreHideiil W. c Marnion of the Nor.
dl-cke Marni'in C'omiany, umjoune
ed u "a per cent reduction In the jirice
of Mormon automobiles, effect.'ve May
2 Antomob'le prices Ktneraliy w .11
trend downwind from now on, .Mar
Yc y aw v.
) nJJ J AiHT AS HART3 WORK' ' I J. S
rCC f SOTT, JOtl,
PENDLETON, OREGON, SATUKDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1921.
PEACE TREATY IS
LIKELY TO FOLLOW
cnator Lojgc Made This (
Statement to Senate in!
Speech on Separate Peace. :
FIRST DEFINITE INTIMATION
OF PRESIDENT'S POLICY
. .. ..... r..t ;. hi..- - i
Loaue s niormaiion vyas ac-
ceptcd as Meaning That Sep
arate Peace Will be Made.
WASHINGTON, April 3U. (U C.
Martin, I. P. SUuf I'on espondciit. I
A peace treaty with oermtny prob-
ably will follow the Knox resolution j
oeciariig at an end the Mate of war
betwen the t'nited States and the;
(.entrul powers. Chairman I.oIbo m
the foreign relations committee told
the senate in a speech on the Knox
ni-usuie. I.odKe k Htatement was the
f 1st iViinite int mation of the Hard-
fug policy in this respect and was ac
pfiicc will hv raittie. j
B. F. IRVINE ASKED TO
Journal Editor to
Forum Luncheon in Near
Future; ia Goad Speaker.
- II. F. Irvine, editor of the Oregon1
.formal, will be esed to speak at the!
Commercial Association Forumj
I.tincbeon werk aft-f nert and will l e
rrpn sled tt. speak ou the subject of i
the commission ir managerial form of
government. . j
Mr. Irvine has frespo ntiv spoken
here and is reputed une of the best i
public speakers in the state. He is I
said to' l.o especially interested in the :
Improvement form of ttovernmenl, j
heio e an aihlrcs from hin is desireil. j
The civic affairs committee of the
Commercial Association yesterday dis- i
i iwti tne suojret of suhniittimr to the j i ertificate ftiyine her ('eath w is caus
penple a charter amendment providing I ed by pneunt'in :i. The lather was
for a commission of five in lieu of tin: j sa: piciot s a"d laid thi1 bo:y txiiumcd.
present council gi'vernment. The com- i
inittee favors the move and further in- TAIIUT Itll I. is IM I'Giri'Kl) OFT.
loim:ition will be ttiitheied with a pus-I WASHINGTON. April :!. it. Pi
sible view of sule.nittirij an amend- The Voting ' meiizeticy tar If bill:
metit at the next regular election or at was reported u;;i by the senate finance
a special election. commUte".
GERMANY HAS RESUMED
WITH ALLIED NATIONS
This Follows Her Failure
Communicate Through U. S
on Latest Reparations Offer.
! L'l.VOIi.N", April ii". (Kd. 1- Ken.
; t. I'. F'alf Correspondent.! Ger
many has resumed direct negotiations
, w.th the allies following her failure
I to communicate through the United
; .States here t n tile latest reparations
offer. Lord I' Abfcrnon, ambassador
to Germany, arrived from b'erlin with
the new German pro tics.il, exactly u i-
,....,,;,, :11( , v,t, .,,..11 t
present thiot'th the American d:plo-
mutlc channel.,. ' ;
tk-rintiny Ma!. f xcuai
PA U1P. April 311. (Webb MiUr r, I
P . Staff Correspondent.! Germany
nas m mo its reparations n'-&;oia,.ion.-
. - . l
with the 1 ntted Stales n excuse i jr
d.-ftaylms the allied uit'matum. The
r-....n,..n '., hern .. a note to
reparations commission, refusing
to driver the Reichsbank sold reserves
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE IS
EXPLAINED BY DR. TUTT
: OREGON CITY NEWSPRI?''Ti
t .V V l
'MILLS AreKUUriLt rtH'
ifrriT IMPC DrnnrTirsil
(iltKGcX CITV, Aliril 30. C
1'. ,' 'I vo newsprint mills which
! .M'PPly the mujurity of newspa-
! p: i s on the l'acific coast an
AddreSS: nounced a 2!i percent reduction
in wases enecttve Slonday.
POLICE ARE ASKED TO
DEATH OF MARY VANCEl
CirCAGO. April S. T. V.)
Tile I.es Aivreies iiolice V;.ve been ask
rd by Coroner Hoffman to in.'estittnte
tiio mysterious drath of Mary Vance,
laughter of Dr. William Vance, of
Glence, 111. .
hV followed t:ie discovery of
enotiith nicotine poison in Miss Vances"
system to kill five persons. The eirl
went to Los Am "1 a year aj'i. Three
weeks her body was shipped back
to -Chicago in a sealed casVtet. with a
'as d ir.:ind d in the ultimatum which
cxpr-s at midni;:ht today. The note,
f poiuiel o..t that (id many made alter
S. ' natives to Nardil:?, which are now tin
I ,T Ikci s on. and that therefore the
1 (Jorntan Koveinment In unanie. to
' ei inp;y with the allied demand. '.
Attempts to Krlvc Wftlac
WASIIINtJTO.V. April 30. I ' T.).
Germany's attempt to drive a wedge
between the new Hardin administra-
tlon and the allies has failed flatly, it
became known today. As Hardin? and J
Hushes proceed in dealing with the in- j
tricate reparations muddle, they are j
cetermtned upon one thing: They j
will not forget I hut the frilled i.te
foucht on th id
of the allies do
the worm war. n uw ,.......,.. ,
t advisable I, urge any decree of j
ieniencv tow ard Germany in the pri s- ,
eot cri s. it w .b be because he had the ;
i c( ni m c weirare or tne a:iies at nean (
and not through any des re to. desert ,
the allies and side with (.erman)
- i.. ,.u..i..,. a.-,,l, ti,.n ... 1,a ,lr;iWll IS '
in: o, i.,, ., u . . - -
thu Har .'ing h.is d-cided he
be placed in a IKis tion of a
nip re mediating tietwi en me lonei.
,'tfor, a vrjr int,'"-;t"d auii,enc'
Einle-Woomen ball last even-
nVlA.hn SI. Tut,, of Kan.., City
M.. lectured on Chr!tiH.S
! In introducing .Vr. Tt.C
A. Ctniksliank Kiid: .
(omnuiuled h'e ciptc8 it
nreich th? uosiel r.rJ to hent tne hick.
Ih's fi nuiiand is as applicable today
i.a ic wa.s then. It wan lost sight of for
t enf.ir'ci'. nntil re-dis. 'A ercd by Mary
l aker Kddy.
"We have -with us tonight one who
n-ill oriliS'h'pn Us UOOll this Subj: Ct. I
I therefore, take Treat pira't.re in in
j trcdncin? to you. Dr. John M. Ti'tt. C.
! p. P.. of Kansas C'ty Jlisstmri, m mber
i f '"h- noard of Lectureship of The
r mutch. The Fir C,, -rch of
Chris', Srient'Ht in lteatnn Ma'ach'i-
s ts, w ho w'll now aaoress ' o o
Dr. Tilt's lecture in full is given on
pare 11 "f this p-iper.
Harkness Was Brought to
County Jail by Deputy Sher
iffs, Ridgway and Turner.
Comely and thrills were experienc
ed by two deputy sheriffs and some
innocent bystanders wnen a raid was
conducted near Frctw.iter last n.frbt
and Jack llurknt."
st of that place was ar
r. s;ed ai't r the search bad resulted in
: the discoverv el some "moon.shm
and a complete sud outfit for the
; ..iail 'itact are of tile prodi.ct.
1 The arrest was made by Deputy
Sheriffs K. F. P. KnUway and Switzler
. nirncr. nurkness was orousut to me
vouiity .tail, but he was returned to
,'reewater today for bis preiinimat y
. .xarinK before a justice of tho peace
Nothing could be found in
liinf; f'.onls of the bottse.
trap doors leading into a duuni.t un
der the bouse were discovered, and
;wlien ilu s-' plaei s woj-e ".in estimated,
a ti'iiipUio suil outfit, rbout two 'oar-
; rels of mush and oli.er pitrapbei Cuba
i-etiinion to ilie piofes-ion were found
A bottle with a small ouantuy of tin
tllll, d.cd I le
was ::! iu the dtis-
I'llioc Well l ipiiplnil
The ducout and the eiiupmeiit used
indicated that no pains bad been sp.ir
trt to toake Die place one 01 the most
up-to-date e t.il.lisl'uicct- of its kind
:in t!'c wl'oie coi.n'o. N.'.it r ,.nd as
,crre b in cumct t t:;e c -ii..r by
1 riie and hose, a Ml.'il copper pipe
inv.'y.J the tf.ls. while the water was
c.-rii'l to a barret I r.O'h a hose
'iipc. Ail obi wash boiler ba-l Ik en
l .mJ r:'vts. d for ti.e cel. and the sus
j.tove was cT-1 ised in an old tnh from
iwllch a s.ition el the :ib- bad been
Harkncts abo b id au excellent svs-
tern fi r w.i"ilti ton: of the aproach
of persona tontimt t 1 hpuse. An
electric buzuff in the dttoout which
rp,nnri't,.,t w-ith Hie oli-stde E.-.t'-s
;abotit the house v.ave him itume,rl.ite
information whenever ary of the
:.itcs were opened so that he could
MEET TO REACH
Conference is in Session to
Determine Penalties to bo
Enacted From Germany.
FRANCE COIViPLcTcS HtK
pi UP CQO MOBILIZATION
rLHUv) ron lIWJiui.n
f-ih; Wnrii Frr.m RpnrPPflta-
,v,iij iiviu 1 twit, .ii www...
tives in London is Necessary
to Start .Concentration Work
LONDON April 30 (f. I.) The
supreme council met In Downing Street
; at 4 o'clock this afternoon to reach a
final decision on the penalties to b
exacted Monday from Germany for
her failure to meet her reparation.!
CoinmVsIon Makes l-iianil.
I'AKIS", April 30. tt. P.) The re
paration cunim'n on will deniard that
Germany transfer to the allies all the
ngiiu and interests held by her tfov
emn'enl and fitiwn and to the con
, e sion and pu'.jlie utilities of nussi.i,
A'ui:r:a-HiinKaiy. Holgarta aiU Tur
key, it is learned here.
Flan" 'Art? Completed.
IM RTs. Jiiril 2U Ctl'ian have been
lei ni'iieied for the mobilization of tha
military class of 189 to cover an I
day per'od: The levy will total 130,
rffoj men. Only word from the su
r m cotmc't in London Is necessary
to s,;.rt the concentration work.
flt'niRtinii to tirrmany.
L'lNDON. April . (A. !.) An
ilt matum to Germany, trtvlmi seven
days, from May first to accept or re
fuse the reparations demands was ad
verted today by the lMCsh represent
atives tifthe ailed conference. The
French and J cle ans opposed this aS
':i'ne-csary. Tite French delegation
hard that unofficial American advis
ors ct Ferlin were urging the G; rman
cab net to accept the allied terms
,r-rr,p,I oi.nn at I'aris last January.
FllOI HOUSE OF
toil j'l.d w-! at was jjjiug on without
t er ci'iiiinir 1 p.
Trim! to K4-aM.
' Deputy Sheriff Turner broiiKht the
'prisoner and the still to Fieewater
aril thence, alter a stop, to Pendleton-.
while llidgway remained at the boos,'
to conduct a further search of the,
house. At Fieewater. Harkness no,
a start on Turner and attempted to
make bis fretuwa). "The chase lasttd
while about IPO yards of dtstair e
were covered bv tne pn:r. Turner
I fim, thn.c times, faiitt'l on llark-
and finally lie won the du: h
Wu. the prisoner stumbled over
barrel and spilled in a h a p.
"Cot up and come aloiif,"," Turto r
All ri-ht." Harkness replied. "I
was aetllns pretty cold but that sprint
w;( nu., ie up."
j lliilirway: ltiK.e AKent? I
I And while Hurtiiies-s was inukin
i lints lively tor 1 urner. itniKway leu
;.e the house, had a little eieriencw
,, t)-s own ttnit was inter,'.--t itu''
About ir.idui,-ht a bin car drew up in
front of M.y Darkness bouse, there
was a tap at the front door, nd n
prominent man of itnaplne bj.oueil
when lUtbway opened tti
door. The man aked if "Jack" w n
busy tonight, and !;en the deputy
.sheriff told bun he w-ts, be wniiixl to
buy a couple of KaHoos, he t i
tcke with htm to a dance ar-l part
Unit was belnw held ut I'r.iapt
"Do you know wbo I am'.''' Ici'U
way said, throwing back his lapel ami
The man did not, but he wilted. A
tiorouph seari'h was thin nuo'e of bit
car to ascertain whether be bad it
rcady purebas,.,! anv lopiio, loit be
v.. is permitted to iro 'on his w:;v wlo-n
tho examination lulled to re'enl .iuy
I Wit Sods,
II VtM! Sir.MiS WIKIi
j t HIC.VGH, April JU I A. r. --lbn
.wa.od'a uttor'oy reeeiied tt wireli'
iatatlntr Hayod was attendluK
joitferenc of tr.! union and itie
i thrd in t er iia t io na le at Moscow elol
would return to the t inted H'aie aft
er he finished t" U himwif t p In
aerve the Leavenworth utencs.