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The T,tH OregotiUn Is Lsstern Or.'
on's greatest newnpiiper uttd s sell
ing force gives to the advertiser over'
twice the eurinteid iild -circulation
In Pendleton and Umatilla county uf
any other nowapaper.
Xli not proas ruu of SuAoidai's dally
' 3,324 V v: '
Till paprr s a r.u'in'.)r o snd tiudlt"l
by the Audit Durcaij uf Circulations.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL FAPES
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PPtOGRESS IS MADE
PEACE IN IRELAND
Premier Attempting to Blend
- Orange and Green Held Con
versations With Leaders.
PRIVATE CONFERENCES MAY
LEAD TO GENERAL MEETING
Irish 'President' Offered Little
HopeThat He Would Meet
With Ulster Representative.
LONDON, , July 18. .(Charles M.
VoCinn, U.P. Btaff Correspondent. I
1 Lloyd-George, attempting to blend the
orange 4id the rrocn, is believed to
Jiaye made progress toward perman
ent Irfsh peace 'ftOTufingV'sepaVut':
"converautlons" wtfh : IX' A'ulora and
Prwtilcr Craiff. .' Those watching the
negotiations, though thoy believe th
chance of failure U remote, uio wutch
lng anxiously. . The premier expected
the assurances of both private confer
ence would lead to a general pence
conference. De Valcra offered H'.i'i'
hup that ha wouliKmcct the Ulster
representative, rebuffing the British
with a statement from the "presiuents"
followers; .that De Valcra alono rep
resented Ireland. Belfast reported tho
quietest Irish week end In two years.
With no outbreaks. S"lrtlor4 paraded
the streets. Many irishmen nro re
turning to their horns in many sec
tions of the country.
'.. Craig Walts for Invitation
.LONDON, July IK. V. P.l Do
Valcra arrived In Lloyd-Uecvjc's
fK:e to confer further regarding 'r'
peace. Too f list" obstacle to be over
coin is determining Listers negotia
tion nil arc, tie Vetera Insisting, accord
ing to report, that he be trcuted km a
representative of the whole of Ireland,
and not iMet jrftt'uCIlie rouUicrn
counties. Premier .Craig remains in
London, availing an Invitation to the
confer not.. Ho has not o yet rocelv.
tJ one. ' ;
'. Virtual Veadlovk IHvcli.
n.ONl)ON, July 18. (A'. J".) The
Irish situation has developed a vlrtunt
deadlock between l.loyd Oeorffe and
titr James Craig, the I'luter prcnuur.
ucnordinc to reports from responsible
iiuiutw. and Sir James has been an
opoitunltv to so to Uelfu.it to If
uni'ihmg can be - done. De Vulnru
conferred with Lloyd fi corse todu.
LONDON, July 18. (U. P.) fro
ntier Lloyd Oaoi'ge brought the De
Voiera conference to the close and wil!
resume it-tomorrow. Ho, conferred
Vltli Craig following De Valera's de
parture. The two did not meet. The
lallef Is expressed that Lloyd George
is attempting to win UlMcr a place In
the present peace negotiations, . us a
preliminary to the , ni.iln conference.
Germany now has four air route
out or Berlin. The longest of these
are the Berlin Dortmund and the Btr-lln-Koenigsbera;
routes, each about
three hundred milts In length. Other
lines are Dcrlin-Bremair and Berlin
Dresden linen, i
YOUNG CHINA PHEASANTS
HOLD 'CEREMONY' AFTER
MOTHER HBh LYS EGG
,' Resides crossing the road and mak
ing noluos at hlglila chickens do some
other things which make people ask
questions and look1 twice, but the rec
ord rtunt lit Chlckuiilaild 'is claimed
by Oodfreld Newman, .103 Calvin
btrect. '.'.'' '
lUiodo Island Reds are the specialty
oil W)ilch MY. New-man's fame as a
fancier rests, but till spring, through
the assistance of hla wife, lie went Into
the phlna pheasant gamu, and tlie un
tie of those pheasants fere such Us tr.
put to shame the. fcoide efforts, of
other chickens, .blond and brunette ou
Main street, Pendleton. 1 '" . ,
'.Tlie'phouaant egifs ' were ' secured
from a. itest on a grave at the ocme
tery this bprlnf. ' Thoy were not tnl.en
the first time seen, but When noticed
on a second trip thoy Were' cold, so
Mrs. Newman took them and plucvil
them under a hon at home, little
- Uilnklig they would hatch.
Il'ateji they did, however, .and now
there ate eight pheasants ono-thlrd
grown. They lovs their mother, bo
cause although they have been "wean
ed" and the hen has started laying
again, tha youngsters desert her not
Here Is uno proof of tliolr extraordin
ary devotion: ,
. When Mother Biddy stands up In the
ilest and proudly cackles to tho world
that she has laid an egg, those pheas
ants are always standing In a circle
round about nor. Then a ceremony is
Flu god which liai Newman guoraliig.
Bach prensant In turn steps up to the
host and with Its bill It turns over the
egg, then It ducks under the hen and
passes over, the nest and out on the
.other side. '
. Now the owner naturally expects
. any sort of a chicken to do the un-
' looked for stunt, but this ono of th
Pheasants has him guessing and he
' has sent out a call to the naturalists
for help In soivins the Mystery.
"DEADLY PARALLEL" BETWEEN ROAD
AS IMPROVED BY
OUR MAIN HIGHWAY TO THAT REGION
The above pictures, taken fbr the East Oregonian last week
hy Bob K. Sanders, shows a striking difference between the
condition of the John Day grade in Umatilla county and the John
Day highway running east and west through Grant county. The
grade leading down from this county to the north fork of the
I V, 1, flat, Tii.n. 1 1 V, An ,. 1 1 Am -I 1.1 . T .
...... vnj ' v.imeSu,ie t.avei promuiuve. .HI
19 serving to cut tne trade ot a
county despite the fact Grant
;n iavor 01 an ouuet tnrougri tnis county. So anxious are Grant
county people for a road north that they have $70,000 available
for work on their part of the road and the Grant county court
has adopted a fixed policy of SDendintr all market road mnnov
- - .
on the north and south roads.
not provide a good road to the
inOIieV Will DP pynpnrlprl With n
uyeen tnat region and lieppner. The car shown in the above
pictures is the county Buick, driven by Roadmaster Lee Shannon.
Mil.. July I
8. ( I. .V, S.1
Tho Chamber of Commerce Centen
nial Committee' is in receplt of a mes
sage from George and David I'pton,
seventy-two years old, who are bache
lor twins. They were born in Missouri
but have been residents of Hood llivei,
Oregon, for the past fifty years.
The elderly ircnllcmen express much
Interest in the plans which ure beln?
made to celebrate the one hundredth
birthday of. the State of Missouri,
which will be held In Pedalia from An.
guest S to 20.
Some of the Cptons relatives, who
live In Missouri sent In the nume of
George. Upton. An Invitation wasscnt
to him; also a centennial button.
George Immediately requesting a but
ton for his twin brother and udded
that he would like to hear whether or
not Missouri can. boast of any more
men twins older than he and his
MAJORITY AND MINORiTY
WHICH INVESTIGATED ADMIRAL'S CHARGES
WASUlNtiTO.V. July 18. (A. P.)
"'orlty and minority reports of
the flcnale raval committee which in
vest 'gated Rear Admiral Sims charges
against the American naval adminis
tration during the war, was published
today, republicans declaring Secretary
Daniels' policy during the early stages
of the war was "self defensive, non
aggressive and non-helpful, while the
democrats upheld Daniels suylng his
policy was vindicated by the "un'form
success of our operations." and as de
serving the "hearty commendation of
this committee und of the American
The majority report severely scored
Daniels, ex-President Wilson and Rear
Admiral I'enson, former chief of op
erations. The minority report defend
ed them. A charge of unnecessary
cost of lives and money was declared
by the minority report to be "mon- i
strous" and without foundation, and'
said Admiral Sims failed to produce
evidence to sustain the charge.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
GRANT COUNTY AND,
vat empire off from Umatilla '
county people are unanimously
. w- VJ ,
Inthe event Umatilla countv doe? 1
county line the Grant county '
Vl-w tn innm-inr, f..,.l K
.v, uiipiuiiug uar.i vc- I
j LONDON. July IS. (U. P.! -Leon-j
id Krassin, the Soviet's foremost dip
lion at, tolu the t nited Press they hai
ird Jnpan iind desired to give .ui eii
; ca the first concession place In Hit
.far east. He declared Russia i:i snx
I li.u." lo resume the I'nlt.'d States trrde,
'aid tavor us in the Siberian and Fi r
JKustpen development. "Tin liusslau
lliei l ie will not under .-.ii;- c rci.msi,,,,- js u.ntutiV(.v considering plans for
jce tolerate or make peace win the,,nak, the' htchery at Bingham
nne-.u,,.,., umomons ol upper .iH-ij
ai,in, lit, fsiiui, X
WOI l I'MtiliCK VOLSTKAO I.AW
W.VMllNGTON. July 1S.--I'..'. I
An .lrmyof npproxiinutely :,rt
eoo.ii-ialing with Fedenil Co nir
11 is j
er Mayues to enforce the olal? id
inw In Hie grentest fight since, i lie
tnitol SlatesVent on ,a dry ba..n Li
quor, balled ui the Limed tables, bi r
ders, M cluttering the cust-nns and
staib.i... The rum runnel stoel- it. be
ing seized faster than the government
can li-aa'sy dispose or it. H.i.Mie.-i is
uy! i. lo ii'dke the conitrv 1'i i.i e:'
cent tight viihln the nevt six inc.thu
TRIAL OF BASEBALL
CHICAGO. July 18. (A. P.) With
Jury selected after two weeks, dur
ing which nearly 600 men were ex
unilncd, the defense and prosecution
today Indulged in tho first "inning"
of the trial M seven former White Sox
players and four alleged gamblers
charged wMh conspiracy to permit Cin
cinnati to win the 118 world series
FIHIIMAX li.MKS IJl'K
KL PAWJ. Julv 1S.-(A. P.I
; Charles F. Robinson, a fireman on the
train on which William Bohlund. an
engineer, was mysteriously killed on
Jul 8, near Sanderson, Texas, com
mitted suicide today.
I 1H L Dl LI
it't'in m il iiiii iiiii
IIUY RF BFlilARFI);
saisa via viavu nibi j
11 Reserve Classes; of Polish'
Army and Seven of Russian.QiME EVENING
Army Have . Been Called.!
TROOPS MAY GO TO ASIA
MINOR TO ASSIST KEMALIST
Russia Demands of Poland That
Anti-Bolshevik Activities in'? ,v,,irn 'iaH . -a MP.iur
Warsaw be Suppressed. ;
Copt-ihasen, July .8. (V. P.
Russia and Poland arc uioMll.lntf and
their enmity Is threatening to break
Into open warfare Poland has called ;
1 1 reserve classes and Uuwfla seven, ;
possibly 'foT action on the" wceKri.
frontier. They iuy be sent to Asia !
Minor to assist the hard pressed Kem-
allsts. Hostilities met apparently'
crowing from Poland's reply to Kus- j
sla's demand that Warsaw antl-bol-'
slievlk activities be Muppivsncd, notubi
I Al. Savinoif, of the Pub's dvclarins
they did not eoiiutcnaJice antl-bolshc
viks, but "the country rewrved (lit
right to offer
IKilitical asylum to re- .
. . ' . ,..JMiPM lm. : r'Fnlkwinr Rpnnrts That
700.00U risn nave neacnea ,
Flngerling Stiare in Pool
near JOrceuuig f- uug..
Keven hundred thousand, baby llain-
bow trout are flourishing in the stale
)MJ w ii V III HI U I -
fish hatcherv recentiv esubiished at
Bi"?hani siriss ami win be ready to
uueraieu iii l.mu.....
streams by September, iays Knnia
rtennie, who Is in charge dt the hatch
cry. The fish have reuehed the fingerlme
stage and are In the pound near the
i breeding1 troughs. Their diet consists
I of a mixture of ground raw liver uno
boiled mush, with which thv. fish ire
fed three times a day. Water snakes
d kingfishers have proved some-
at of a menace to the fish but. Mr.
Ennls has succeeded In killing mort ol
th'e snakes and has shot
the birds. Fish screens
grown trout from entering the risn
Besides Ihe fingerlinrts, 100.000 eg.
are being hatched in the troughs and
will soon be large enough to place ii-
the pond. It takes a year. Mr. Heiini.-
says, for the fish to become six Inchi
in length. .
The state fish and game department
PpI.,ng! a permanent one.
ivs. siinuKi tins tie oone, ine moo
would be leased friim the Owners
Rosenberg Luck, of Pendleton, m'l
a buililiivr with troughs and other
equipment would be built. A dam and
concrete wing are Included In the plans
should they mature, und in this case
two pounds would l used, one for the
trout .iiist out of the troughs and an
other for the large fish.
The H'Jl season of the. Kllison
White Chautauqua which eume lo a'
close Saturday mgM has proved the
most successful that h; s been cM'tri
enr.nl in 1 en lletou fur several years.
Men. I.ers of the convnltee vbu have
had chargo of tho local end of the
work have expressed sulista-tion over j
the outcome of Ihe season.
The guarantors wer.' not ailed on!
10 produce a cent of the $1 750 re'iuir
ed by the Chautauqua company, ar. : :
til's is a condition Unit has not exstid j gi poildinHs of the western peniten
for several years. One hundicii twui tiK1y were threatened when fire broke
guarantors were secured for the Chno ol. Guards were biittiiiig the prison
tauoua next viae, and 'he t ckets fir,F1.3 to quen a fire riot, l'hysiciiins
1922 will tost only V- 0 cch tor -ere rushed to the scene, causing tho
adul s. ' I belief that many were hurt. Many
Persons who have been u'tendiuc I chote were fired, liut the cause of the
for several years declare this yei'r's riot is unknown unless tiie .prisoners
progrum Is the best that Ellison-While
ha' e put on this circuit.
asks rfih cnox in it ati s
COLUMBUS, Ohio. July JS. JU. P.)
The Detroit. Toledo and 1 ronton
the property of Henry Ford, ,
nought a 29 per cent reduction In
An army of grasshopper Is advanc
ing on Dl Paso County. Colorado, from
the southwest, destroying irtually all
vegetation In its course. The county
farm agent says the onslaught ot
riasshonueis la the largest in the Ills-
tory of that section. , '
MONDAY EVENING, JULY 18, ld2l fr. v ..''''" " :'
SMYTHE BkJi. SELL 20
CARLOADS OF LAMBS
IN CHICAGO. RECENTLY
IN MORNINGS SUSPENDED;
For the rent of the i'i'.mcr
t the layK round activltic; h1 I'en-
; itleli.n, which have be.c curritMl
! cut tlurirwf vacation tu:ti nmlcr
) the sutclanee of the !n rl r f c-d-
ucation. will be confinvt, to o',
ch'Io:i in the . evptrntf. " n-
' iiKitnevmcnt to this cf tf -i v n
i iarie toduy by Supt. If K. Inbjv,'.
'The decision to dl ?!tu-V
nioi ning Kiisions ban b ei. inac'e
I on ncco'int or tite not . . 'i'tni r
attendant x." Mr. Inlow ' said
"The evening ewssion w ill te
continued as formerly at the
court house and al Pioneer Pnrk
and the hour will , remain the
same, from T till s:aO. Students
of the summer" normal school
w'll be in churge at the two
playgrounds." , ,
ruir nunr nnrr iirnnn
I IIIL I UHL UlLV MLIlUU
Of SHORTHORM CAM
Growers Have Not in Past,
Made Specialty of Enterprise:
Says County Agent Bennioh.
Some fine pure-bred herds of Short--
re being raised in I'luy-
Ithough growers have not
ade a specialty of tliiv
enterprise, says Fred liennion, comity
agent, who with A. K. laws m. field
- -7:u;..; "" ., ' h p 1
wwimajt. ijead.of th iiveytpi k com-
jHiittee of the Farm llureau, H. M.
jjorothy of Milton. Carl Jensen and
Frank Hyrd. botlrfof Pilot Kock. re-
cc.tly visited several herds.
,Vr. Iawson. who is accredited with
being the best juc)ge of pure-bred cat
tle in the West, congratulated . the
breeders and ctated that there is n
future for them in this coynty as many
of the pure-bred cattle now shipped
in could be raised and sold in . this
county. The law requires that only
pure-bred bulls be permitted on the
range and at present this demand i
met Uy breeders outside of the coun-
The party visited the John Adams
farm and inspected the' IS head of
pure-bred cattle owned by Mr. Ad
ams. He recently bwughf heifers
'from the Gardiner herd in Walla Wal-
la. Mr. Dorothy's herd of from 1 5 to
ju or tne best blooded lines In tin
'country as well as fine indivldua'
types were next inspected.' and in the
4 afternoon a visit was made to the
Dyrd ranch at Pilot Rocki N ,
Mr. Byrd has the largest herd in
j the county, having bought 20 head a
I year ago from Sturis & Whitman
the number now totaling 60.' The cat
tie are run on the range near the edge
of "the forest reserve.- Some of the
cows were bought by Sturgis Jfr Whit
man . at the Pacific Internationa'
Livestock Show two years ago.
In addition to the herds visied. Jim.
Sturgis has some good pure-bred cat
tie, F. J. Mc Monies und Mossie Bro-j tcmoblles parked ill front. Anothei
triers are oilier lmatilla county Vw n- man declared he passed lin automo
ers of 'pure-bred herds. bile blocking the road near where the
-r murder is supposed to have been com
mitted, with no lights, one man beside
I-'li;..?:.l l: CAU LK IDIi li:iM..it umi another in the stat. He made
Ai.snv Minn., July IS i f.)- ! no reply to questions. James Hunter.
I.. I Thompson, alleged emceler of a I'.ertilllon expert of Portland. Is able
! ju. ni.i I'K.'ii the Horuie: l av' tug . to get but little results from his visit.
c' ini'iiuy. bus been arrest,- '.. II
churgis .of actually emb ' !.
PITTSBURGH. July IS. (U. P.
becuHie terrified by the fire. A throng
of 10.000 surrounded the prison while
the prisoners battled for freedom. Nine
e ty fire companies subdued the ,
flames. While flames crackled and !
dense clouds of smoke rolled.
convicts. Including 30 women, fought.
desperately. Guards fired point blank
Into the mob.
Scores of prisoners und guards are j
reported to have been Injured In the i
dining room riot. Hundreds of shots ,
were fired. Order Is being restored !
and prisoners are being locked in their
cells. Six institution buildings were
om-tmliv destroyed when the fire
sprang up after the fighting started J
! WHEN GUARDSFUStD TO FURNISH SWOKES
i ' cno wo AMn capc dnwd mpunyrMi.. 1 :i'
Biggest Lamb Sale for Oregon
so far This Season; Price
Averaged '$11.25 Hundred.
An average price of .$11.25 prMiun-j
idredweight for 20 varloads of hot,
j house latnl sold on the Chicago mar-
ket during the past week was secured
by'smytire Trwa. The lambs weighed
's'.' ioun ls mid the buyers declared
them thr f nest lot of westerners that
t 'have been ou the market this year.
j'fh.B is the' biggest lamb .sale for Ore-
jgon so far made this season and the
4 pi le, while not nearly so nigu as iaai
,.veat. is' better than. many, sheepmen
4 i had expected.
I The lumbs were all black face stuff
" anil were tile result of cross breeding j
v jwlth Lincoln-Merino ewes and JIamp- .
ishlre rams.- They wcie gronn at the.
Io1l' ranch at ArlinKtoH and fattened
Ion tine Wenaha forest reserve In IheSThe state department Is awaiting , .
vicinity of Gibbon and Elaok ' moun-1 klo word on its reply to the J.-ipl-nes,
On the'r first shipment of la m bt ;
jlast fair Kmythe Pro, recdrexl HC.K
(or 85.60 ..more than the corresnofid.ng
Shipment brought this ear. Another
!tral!.kad of lambs will got the-mar-4
"ket this. week. ,Two more tralnlooits
I wlirtie shipped f ue latter part of July,
land Dun P. Smylhe will go to Chicago
! where he will yive his personal attcn-
tinii to th Kilt? of the lamb.
sold last week tupped
.. , . J. . ,
Brumfield Was Seen in Poft-
Viantf "Scene of " Hunt ' Shifts.
PORTLAND,' July lS.t(L'. P.) before tb Harding conference meets. -Reports
that Dr. Brumf'eld, the Uose-1 league CoinpHcst lnforniatlon.l
burg dentist., wanted there for the'
murder of a man declare! to be Dcn-
ills Kussell. a hermit . laborer, was
seen near here Saturday n'ght. has
shifted the scene of search toward
Eastern Oregon points. Sheriff Stam- work other than, compiling inrorma-)
er. of Ro-eburg. according to reports! lion which will probably be Tielpf ul 1
recvHed. is working lo establish the when the Washington ' tohferchCijj
decap'tated man's identity through the .meets. '' : f'. .
Jawbones, reported to have been re- "'" r r t " , 1
moved before the head was JjlownJ
from the body with dynamite. ;
s . (
Mily lie Disguised As AVoiiiuii. -
ROk'E'BliKG, July IS. (I. P.)
Sheriff Stumer is seeking the fugi
tive dentist. Dr. Brumfield, in the
d sguise of a woman, according to or--j
ders issued urging the surrounding
towns and cities to watch all sus-
picious feminine characters. L'rum-
field Is declared to have been 011 the
stage two years one time and is an
able female, impersonator. No further
clues ..f t ne Identity of the murdered
man have been unearthed.
Visit "rings Utile mlt,
ROSKHCRG. July 18. (I. Pv
George Copcland, a Myrtle Creek rest-
dent, claimed he passeu Russell's cab j
In th'e night of the 13, when
tier js supposed ty. naye. oi'eurrjji.
found the windows dark
UIIU lV ttU-
Me gt a bad print of the dead man s .
fhu'er from a mirror print from Rus
rell's shack. '
while prisoners were eating. City de- j
tcctives and police guarded the outer I
i-iillu un.l tit,, rot-itlur. n-nll iru.'irtl.s I
paced their beam to prevent escape,
while interior guards fought to subdut
the prisoners. The riot started when
200 convicts recently transferred from
an eastern penitentiary demanded
that tho guards furnish cigarettes for
the men and ruce (wjwder for the worn
en. Following their refusal, the pris
oners rushed the guards and broke the
furniture. It soon Involved the wholt
pentitentiary. It took hours to cf-
fectually quell the disturbance.
ATIKMPT H.K;ilT TO SlULIU A
SAN BERNARDINO, July 18. (U.
P." Aviators Prest and Bach, hopped
off in an attempt to fly to Siberia bj
way of Nome, Alaska. They are flying
a plane of their own manufacture. The
men are soing north through Nevada.
Kdmonta and Alia and thence to
WAITS REPLY OF
U. S. Does Not Wish to Hurry
Japan; She is Torn by Con-
flicf as Course
PREMIER SAYS RUMOR.
IS 'PURE INVENTION
Denounced Idea King Had In
tervened to Straighten Out
Entanglements of U.S. -Japan
WASHINGTON, July U. (C, K.J-i-
ioucit concerning tbe scope or tne joint
disarmament and the Pacific affairs
cdttfer1hce. 'Tliere TSTIbdrsposltioit a
j hurry the Japanese, since Japan - U '
j torn by a conflict aa to the course'tho :
nation should pursue. Liberals ar
tfavoriug a parley, entry ami the other .
(elements ore fearing Japan would loso
i what she has already gained in tbo' .
, Far East. '?-,.'. ' "
- Lkiyd Uore lakes Stahtntrnt. '
LONDON-, July 18. (I. N. i .-
Lloyd George, replying to the ' ; ques
tion In the commons denounced as a
I "pure invention'' tha report that Kimr
s George had Intervened to ' straighten
out the entanglements in the negotia
tions between Japin and the- liiltcj
States regard lux the Far ii.'-.u.t 'confet-
: ence. .' . .. ii
j ' Would llsv Called Coufcrauw, .
j TOKIO. July 18. (I. N. aM-Japuil'
; favors the international . conference
I of disarmoment and Far Eastern
i question and would have, probably .
called Kuch a meeting herself. If con-',.
ditions had been favorable, aicordtn-,.-.
to Ceitncillor Hayashi of thi forelffnl
l.office. He added he believed the Tan
Island and Shantung discussion had no
pluee ; In:, tb .. CQiifc-erw . beeaus;'
sufficient time for direct- nejorla
tlons on those matters would Intervene !
PAWS. July IS. U. ' P.) Prsi-f
dent Harding's disarmament proposals;
supped the strength from the League,
of Nation's commission studying the! '
subject, widen has abandoned any
MESSAGE ON SEA SHORE
- . , ' '- "i
j PORTLAND. Ore.. July ill -1 T fry
s. a sealed beer .bottle, containing
ju card with nautical markings and In-,
j gt ructions asking the finder to mall It "
j to the address thereon was picked up
0n the Oregon coast after a Bir years" "
(Journey from Japan and turned over
j h Ja )ese congul u wua
,v .h ,.
ese Imperial fisheries station at Hak-
kaido, island of Ycso. to test the coast-
al currents of that vicinity, according
iMsrAlfe vonsul. -, .. , -y . .
, The hioroglyhics on the card jindl- .s
cated the bottle had floated probably
north until caught in the cold cur
rent coming down from Bering Straits,
hud then perhaps been carried nearly
to the equator, when It was picked up ,
by the northward flowing current that '
wanna the Pacific slope and had been
blown by a gale to the Oregon coast.
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, ., , , " " "
er vucii ooiies nuu oeeu reponeu jtnu :
customs men at Astoria, on the Oregon
coast, likewise declared the find was
a rare one. ,
ven so. the beach comber who ,
picked up the beer bottle in this land
of prohibition refused to be enthused. 4
'tis paid. A Japanese postcard is of
little use to a man with a thirst, ho
opined. , ;
Reported, by Major Led Muorbousi
weather observer. '
M:-.i.oi.m. 0. i ., r
Minin.uiii. 4 y 1 1 , ' i
The barometer Is falllttg sum a.
Tuesday fair, ,
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