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twice the guaranteed tlit circulation
In Pendleton and Umatilla county of
an other newspaper.
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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 19, 192 1. i'J j
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SITUATION IN !
SHANTUNG IS TO i
Japan Considering Such Dis-J
; cussion 'Specific' Fears Re
sult if She Attends Meeting.
REPORTED JAPANESEASK .
FOR YAP COMPROMISE
Hughes Thinks He Made it
' Plain International Rela
tions Would Be Discussed.
WASHINGTON, July 19. (f. 1'.)
Tho American guverninuut Ih belief.
cd to be planning to discuss the Shan
lung problem in the coming disarma
ment conference. Japan, considering
such' ti discussion -hpt-clf tr." fliers' the
result should she attend the confer
ence whero a purtlculur Instead of a
general far east problem would be
considered. Jhe Ih ' reported asking
tor a compromise regarding Yap.
.Jiipun Vkll Accept lnvtut:on.
TOKIO, July 19. (U. I') Thut
Japan will tiniiuallfledly accept l'rcsl
dent Harding's disarmament confer-
ence and that no further Inquire "'111
be addressed to Washington, seemed
apparent, following a kneeling of the
Asahl- and other Japanese newspa
per agree with the Htuteinent carrkid
by the Nippon Dempo New agency
which said: "Jupan Is satisfied with
the American attitude and she U will
ing to Bettlo all mutters thut may
come up at the conference."
Secretary Hughes believed he made
it plain to Japan thut not only the
'principles and policies" wolil come
up during the conference, but also
their application to the specific ques
tion concerning the Jnjernallonul re
lations between the two powers.
" Judge ! Irani on ltt-osaiit it..v
COL.L'MBL'B, Ohio, July 1 It. I.K.
8.) A couple of I'leasant boys wero
far from being pleasant when Judgo
jcsso riaru was naru on mem. ,
Justice Hard assessed a Jl.ooo fine
and costs each on W lllliim Pleasant
and Uncoln I'leasant In Perry town
ship when the two colored brothers
pleaded guilty to charges of illegally
munufax'turiug and possessing Intoxi
WINNIPEG, Man.. July !. (I,
p.) The forecasted 78,000,000 bush
el wheat crop for Oregon, Washing
ton and Northern Idaho, offers no
terror to the wheat growers of this
section. They expect a bumper crop
With tho crop situation belter at
this time than in any year since l!Hr,
wheat harvesting In Western Canada
should commence about the flrsl
week In August und be fairly general
n wM'K later, uccordlng to authorita
Approximately 60 per cent of tho
crop Is headed out and tho 'emulnucr
Is will advanced In shot olade. linn
is needed In parts of .Vfkalchcwnn
und southern AlbOrta. Tho n blister
of labor Intends to mak) the usual
arrangements with tho lullways to
tako men at rednced rates from east
ern points for work on tho pi all ies,
according to word from Ottawa. Cn
einploymont In Hritlsh Columbia, will
also be aided by the governments
shipping men to and from the v. heat
fields to aid In the harvest.
SAIjKM, July (A. P.) The su
pntmo coiirtlluwil the motion to
dismiss In the case ot George U. Ciir-
mlchael. appellant against Mabel K.
CKrinlchael. Tho case wus appealed
from tho Umutllla county court.
The decls'on of the supreme court
marks another chapter In a caso
which aroused considerable Interest in
Umatilla county. George (flirmlchael
was last September grunted a divorce
from his wife. Mabel Ii. Carmlchuel,
on tho grounds of tmpctency. before
six months had elapsed, she asked tbnt
tho divorce decree be set aside i"d
filed counter charges against. Cnr
mlchael. While the case wus before
the circuit court, the six months nec-
rsxarv to make a divorce legal en-'ed
and Carmlchael married Iillss Msie
O'Hara of Weston who had Been
housekeeper In the Carmlchael home,
Judge G. W. Plrolps of the circuit
Court, later set the decree aside, mak-
lug Carmlchael the husband of both
' Stable Carmlchael and Elsie O'Hara.
Th appeal wat made from fits order
WHEAT" HARVEST !N
UMATILLA COUNTY IN
LEAD OF COMMERCIAL
SECTIONS IN RETURN
'. 1 ' ' - :
j Monster Crop This Season
UJ rni.. I-. -I n i
iicij wicdiiy, L.uuai oanKers
Agree, More Time Needed.
I'niutllla county right now with the
largest wheat crop In its history cither
being harvested or read' for harvest
Is about two years nearer normal fl-
iiunclul condllions than the big cum-
j earn aneuu ir ine ous.ncss juumeni
of some men is comet.
The above conclusion represents in"
a fair way the cenrensus of the opin
ions of bankers In the three banking
Institutions of 'rendition. ' This opin
ion does not iman that I'tnutilla
county will be back to a normal con
dition with ull debts paid with the
harvesting of this year's crops, but It
docs mean, that a big sturt will be
made toward llituiiluling outstanding
How' Near Normal?
Hcsponsiblc officials In each bunk
were askeH toiluy to glvetheir opin
ions on tho following- guestiofs:
Mow soon will the business of farm-
I;-v;.Mr,, cioun1,r, HUi"i',-l,,,enJi,,n :
.i uiiiiij, in ui'iiik uiijeii oy i
fellow educators over the state as a I
very cles ruble successors to the latei
President Ackerman of the Stale Nor-!
nial Schoi4 or In the event Huperin- j
eiident Cliurchlll is named for thej
Monmouth position -is ! xiiccessor to
Mr. Churchill in the state suoertn. I
tUirobl Faxe Tutlie. of the depart-!
mr.nl ..r ...In. ll., ., i l'.,.,ll I'.., i
sity Is one of tiie boortcr for County
SuiWintendcnt Green.. The follow.
Ing s from a letter received by the
liust pregonliin from Mr. Tultle:
"Arm.ng.,th men of
iokfcss uio B gn lilenls.
ul into 1st rntlve nbllitj. the keen dls.
cernment ant the dear vision neces
sary for the t:!sk,of directing our state
normal school is the outstanding fig
ure Of W. W. Green, superintendent of
"Mr. Green's educational ideas tire !
j modern, high and uncompromising. He
Is a natural leader nnd a remarkjtlil.v
'upnble executive. He is thoroughly
laminar with every 'prase of .school
worJt and acquainted tlth tho pro.
gressive movements In education. Hlf
Keenness of judgment, of capacity nril
personality on .the part of the candi
dates Is a matter of admiration to
those who watch his work.
"It Is safe to say that no man in the
state outside the formal training '
school for teachers has had as largo
an Influence in Increasing the effi-)
cienev of tencjiers as has Mr. Green, j
His selection as successor to Mr. AcW- ,
ermiin would he recrtgnlitcd through- I
out the state lis hi-rt on nier't
and efficiency, ami would be fraught I
with inestimable shsnlfleaiice to thej.
future citizenship of Oregon." i
!'.- iiiii.ikiciii it n.M, r.tn,.. i, i
the foregojng yesterday and said he
nas not aspireu 10 me presidency or
the normal school but a number of
friends have suggested his name for
the state superintendei ev In case Mr.
Ohun;hill Is appointed to fill President
Politically Mr. Green Js a democrat
but U Is being urged th.it purUsanship
should hare no place In the 'schools
of the stale and that if be is the most
desirable man uvalhTble.t from the
standpoint of ublHU'. s many believe,
he should be named.
rpRTuvxi,. July lo.-tu. p.)-,
1 he reported presence of a man an
swering Dr. Rrtimflcld's description I
came from the vicinity of P.cnd, and !
Lupine. Police authorities are In pur
suit and are reported to have sur
rounded him early today. They expect
his.etipturc any moment, although the
r, ,1 n , I . ' , , ., , . '
ield, Tho report said the doctors
aescrlplion fits the man suspected, j -"0"ch. t P. Stuff Correspondent.)
The suspect's cheap automobile Is sab , Two million farmers affiliated with
to have been disabled near tho James! the ntiilonul board of farm organizu
fclack ranch. . , jtlons are niursliajling their influence
liupiest Sturls Joday to foljow Henry Ford's exumple un I
ROSHUt'RG, July 19. (A. P.)-- j red i we freight rates. Secretary Lyman
Tile circuit court was crowded this! of the board has announce,. They
morning for the opening of the Inquest
over the body found under Dr. Brum-1
field'tl automobile. Witnesses differed
over the Identification of the body,
One storekeeper told of selling Russeil
shoes like those on the body. Articles
found were identified as Russell's.
Other witnesses were mere to claim
the oody as that of Brumfleid.
What. part of his debt will (lie far-
mcr be uble to pay this fall?'
Tho answers given i.ry with the
man, as is to be expected, r.ml a per
fect unanimity of opinion lines ' not
exist. Hut a majority opinion is to
the effect that this year's crop will
see a bjg sturt made on liquidation.
It may take one mole year or it
may require two more before, the far
mer is back to a condition where he
will be in a position to extend his op
erations any, anil where he will be
free of debt, or will have on!v insic-
j nlficant debts.
Co-upi-iallon Is Nitfmury.
"The belief that is exprersed Jiv
some persons that this rail will see all
debts paid, even in as rich a. counlvi
as i. nun ma, is a mistaken one. or e
bunker said. "Outside money to tlK
extent of about i, 600,000 is being
used by farmers and business, huge
ly by farmers, in financing'their pro
duction. "Suppose that a 6,000.000 bushel
crop of wheat is harvested and thatr""' ,,,.,, , '" " , . ..
u orings i.iMjii,iniu. it is perfectly
evident that by the time the farmer
PH.VS a Hart .of his inilel.t,.,!.,...
(Continued n page 6.1
0FG.A. R.WILL BE
HELD IN INDIANAPOLIS
-i Itlie f,3 miles bitween l irndleton and
I.VWAXAroMS. July 1! If. P.) Grande unuccounteil tor In Hi
While an invitaUon has not yet been u-oad program and the state highway
extended to the veterans, it appeared I department has announced that Con
'erlaln the national em-am nient
ine liailOliai eni ai'l lllelll 111
- " l to"''
" "' '"'i- ii"- l"J is iai-,111
the neci mary nmnoy.
ROSKVil.I.l-:, Calif.. July IS. (I.
P.I Roscville federation of -railway
rhopmen adopted resolutions refusing
to -work over eight hours daily, or on
Sundays and holidays at straight time.
They decided if one be dismissed, they
Would all walk out. The federation
comprises the local unions of carmen,
boiler makers, metal workers, black
smiths and electricians and southern
Pacific employes in the carsh.qis.
FAR I lilKI.IX' Conn., July 1 ;i. 1 1
1'.) Mysterious gray v painted ships.'
nn i i.-ii . vi l Ull 111 1111111 I.ll'fO IC, I IT
ported off the coast, discharging
caigoes of bottled goods. An oil skin
ned row boat man lands the stuff ami
trucks load It up and depart. 11
is believed to bp the center of n gigan
tic hnoKe running gang operating ull
through the east.
GOV'T. FXPKMHTl IlKS DROP
WASHINGTON. July 10. (A. I'.)
GovernuuMit exiiondilures during- tno
fiscal year just ended dropped off b
$0,000,000 compared with hm
year. ' '
FARMERS WOULD FORCE
RAILROADS TO REDUCE
THEIR FREIGHT' RATES
WASHINGTON. July 10. (Ralph
npplaiid Ford's action in reducing
rates on the lK-troit, Toledo and Iron
, ton 20 per cent, declaring the rate re-1
.dtictlons would cut the cost of food t'or
the city consumer. Senator Kenyon
.plans to introduce tor tne Iowa Farm-
;ers' union a petition which 2000 form-1
iers signed, asking freight rute'reduc-
NOV CONNECTED TO
Project is' Now Completed and
Through Traffic Over Road
Will be Permitted Sunday.
20 MILES FROM PENDLETON
TO CAB3AGE HILL FINISHED
Total "Cost of Thoroughfare, In
cluding Grading and Surfac
ing Approximately $401,000
The Cabbage Hlll-iii ud man's Fas
rouil, a oiatum-e.of liz.s iniu.-s, is now
completed, the Security 'onstruction
I , " .. ' -'
I le u,,crnoon- " 'Bn
"'" -'"""eu .1, ouima.v ,- iiieaiiiir;
that louriiits will have the advantages
ot an improved road from Astoria, to
i leadman's Pass.
The road, a part of the. I'cndleton
Im (jrunde road which is the only one
udmlUiiig tourict travel into Oregon
over the. Columbia liiver highway,
completes the I'endlelon to J lead -
man's lass roa.l a distance of about;
ji nines, me ei.iu nines iroin i '
dleton to the foot of Cabbage Hill
having been finished some time ago.
The '20 miles are graveled and when;
tile state highway department's plans!
to pave the highway are carried .out, !
the road will be paved.
ContHli-t to lie Let. j
As road construction is now under- i
way for the road from li Cirunde to i
the I'nUm county linn, the comple- j
flrt,, r,f 'HI ...il.'.., 1......... I...1 19 t
ti-m-ts fnr lh pnnlim- un.l .nrl',.,.iii ,.i- (
this stretch will be let this fall.
The total cost of the 211 miles, in
chi'iirtg grading and surfacing.'- is ap
proximately !4ii1,oiiiq The grading
of the eight miles I'rom Pendleton to
the fool of the hill was done by Clif
ton, Apjilegate & Toole .and the sul
fating by Root &"Joslyn, the total co.-.t
for this beinr,' Sllli.noo. ' The grading
of the road from the foot of '.lie in!!
to leidnian's Pass was done by I'nui-
tilla county at a co:-.t of $1S5,000 white
I the surfacing was done by the S -leurity
Construction Co. of l.a Grande.
1 the cost being 1 00,000. -
Throe Veers of Worl..-
The completion of the 20 mil'-'
, , ... .....
of road construction work, i-.ngjr.i crsj
., . ... ,. .. .
or the unoiect were M. . 1 eilnctt.
. . .. , , ,. , .
formerly division engineer, anil ti. 11.
Italdock, who succeeded him. Resi
dent engineers were Paul Jones and
Reaching to an altitude of about
tl.OiO, the road made necessary man j
"switch -backs," and loops t'ack ami
forth like the roads in the Siskiyor j
mountains. It crosses Hairpin Can;
yon five times, but in making the'as
cent the grade at 110 point exceed-,
five per cent, the maximum pernaitted
by the highway department, t'uird j
rails are to he placed later und esti
mates as to the cost are now bot-ug
made. Tile road is much traveled Alt
ready, 1 20 cars passing over it lat
Saturday and 174 on Sunday. He-1
cause of the great beauty of tho seen-!
cry the road lias won much favorable j
comment and the view ' promises to'
lie one of the greati-H scenic attract- !
ions of tle West.
Thriv Sites. I'sotl.
Three ouarry sites w
ll'"'i e ,
curing rock for the Cabbage Hill-
t.ii'ad iTiau s i ass sireicn. r or t ne 1 1 ii
two miles, pure- basalt was used'j
making a "blue". . surface which from ,
lb distance looks like u black-top high-
Ray. tin ine rcmainner oi toe roan.
volcanic lin k. yas used. j
SOLID FIElU - OF WHEAT
CONTAINING 1600. ACRES
MAKES YIELD OF 37 BUS.
One solid field of wheat i-ini-
tabling liiuo acres, unbroken b
u single fence or patch of barren
ground, is Just about all harvest -
ed on the Gilliam county ranch
of Smytbe Bros. The ield is
proving very sat.slactory. cheeks
made on tho returns so far indi-
rating lhat about 37 bushels per
acre will he secured on the mon-
Two combines nave been
busily engaged 1'or several days
in the work of harvesting, and
the grain is about all threshed.
The wheat is While Hybrid No.
12. The r.vich which is' near,
Olex is o'wncd by Smythe Bros.
and Charles Titlloch, und active
management of the big concern
Is In the liain.s of Mr. Tullooh.
The Smythe interests have
also threshed some Tuily Tied
on the Pendleton Sheen Co.
ranch near l-ieho. This wheat
tinned out about 20 bushels to
the acre. Some Hybrid remains
to he threshed yet which
promises to yield between 2i and
80 bushels to the acre.
PRESIDENT OCC iW CHAIR
J.ewspaper editors gave this chair -
i u-eiii. it is mad
' 1 '"'' "' "'mentation is
'win functions of nevvspapets, collection
HASTINGS, LOCAL ROUND-UP.;
PERFORMER, MAKES FAST
TIME BULLD0GGJNG STEER
cfliCAGO, .Tiny 19. (A, p.)
Miki- Hastings of Cheyenne.
Wyoming, yesterday cainu with
in a fifth of u second of the
world's record: fur time taken to'
bulldog a steer at the animal
cowboy championship enntests
here, his time being a l-,') sec
Hast pigs is a wi ll linowr
Pendleton Round-I p perroi mi'r
und will coniiet here at th" bi?
show this fall. September 2-, -Z
and L'4. His record made at
Chicago does not equal that .ol"
Frank .VicCari o.;:, who while, bull
dogging in Texas -recentiy ik-i--formed
the feat in seconds.
i h is lo
Joy- !!. (C. r.i -Marshal
iking forward eagerly to his
lslt to America 111 I ictoher. , l-.ver
. . , , , . . .....
since he yad American troops in battUs
, . . f . . . .
ne nas in
i'n anxious to visit the land
j that set them over the Atlantic lo fight
1 in France, lie said:
I t "Maishul Foch will attempt- to visit
; every state." said the-marshal's aide.
"though naturally he can .stop in only
I tin1 hircp cities.
;' The marshal's itinerary includes. 1 c
tober 31 in Kansas City and Annistuv1
I l'.iy in Washington.
LOS ANCiHI.KS, July 1.' (I. P.)
A gi-neiiii i-st rike among the nmvie
tndio sKilled workmen ynpenred cer-
t tain urlcss the moving oicture nroduc.
t-r ass-ol l. 1 1 :o ii ;i On lulnil. the u-.-n-.. .-ill- I
- ' -
uug piau. uccoi-o.ng m union omciais. ,
jta ,iy iv,. already cut following the
t) ., ,1ay 1.1t announceiiient. Sonic
companies aie working with reduced
f,,lv,.s H,vl W,cis are forced to shoot
(.xit.r,r ,iWnres -.lue to ,
pnrnbsis of staae1 activities,-
TIESIf VEGETABLES 10
Water Used for' Irrigated Crops
and Lawns s Pumped From
Umatilla River by Electricity
The -.'.".2 acres of iSnd under cultivU-
Con a-, the State Hospital is making aa
excellent showing this year according
to lr j. 1a I'lauiondoii. assistant phy-
sician who says thai the yprimr oats
crop now being hurv-estod is oia.of the
lest in the history of the institution. ,
The laud is divided into 10 acres of
orchard, lo acres of oats, 22 acres of
potatoes, in acres of beets, one acioi'
c:i.hbage. two acres each of onions, ear-
rots, turnips, sweet corn and parsnips,
one acre of peas. 12 ucres of stock
corn. 0 acres of sunflowers, four
ucres of pumpkins itd four acres of
sundries, including tomatoes and other
egetubles. Resides these divisions.
4 . It
to IVes'dent Harding as a token of cs
ril- ot tile old Revolutionary warship Revenge. The
American eagle 'and two cirviims svmbolizine the
nj illKtribution of news. ' '
Fire Fighters Alier 14 Hours
Battle Finally Place Flam
ing Oil Flood Under Control.
UXDEX. X. J.. July 19. (C. P. I
Fire fighters, after a 14 hours battle,
finally placed the! flaming 'oil flood
under ei ntrol. The threatening, burning-stuff
'sw-ept -across t lie Jersey
meadows and spilled iiuo the Stuten
s'aud sound. Startin with an explo
sion in an asphalt still, the "burning
sea" covered many' acres and threat
ened to cross the sound to the shore of
Sraten Island. A heavy pall of smoke
I hung over the district, last night,
illuming asphalt and" oil illuminating
t the, country for miles around and cuus
; cd the explosion of 34 oil tanks, throw
I ing musses of flair,es skyward and
throw. ng new fuel -.in the flames.
Thousands of spectators watched the
catastrophe. R.-sidents of the district
fled. No lives are thought . to havel
hee:i lost. ;
ATHKXS, July 1 !. (U. P.l Th
Greeks have the Asia Minor Turks or.
the ran tow.tru Cue lllack Sea. accord
ing to reports from the front. Tile
Creeks occupied Kutachia after serious
fighting. The Turks are abandoning
tho guns and supplies and are fleeing
.along the railroad.
SMS LIVES OF TV0
s.i'i:a,mi;nto. inly 19. v. p.
, i i. 1.111 i..
..iiinii ii. .-. .iiiu-iii'i uiiiif.111 "ill, in
trodticed bv Anna Sailor last session
and passed, saved I he lives of William
Xoiris and Walter Smith, both under
In years when they were convicted of
murder. Stephens was commuted and
sentenced to life imprisonment. The
bill actually becomes effective J-.ily 2H.
there are Ki acres of lawn and the re
mainder of the N.' acres Is devoted to
hay. A hundred sin enty-f tvt addition
al acres is not under cultivation.
Water for the irrigated crops and;
the iawns is obtained from the Uma
tilla river and is pumped by electric j
power. It is not city water, us some I
people , erroneously believe, although j
city Mater is used in the hospital itself 1
For a short time whin the pump wasi
j'out of order, city water was used for
. irrigating, the city permitting the hos-j
I pit;. I to use free of charge a surplus of i
l water. . I
j Fruit, vegetables, oats, hay and ottl
I er products grown at the State Hos
i oital are cultivated by the patients un
der the direction of gurdners. The
J fruit and' vegetables are used at the
; hospital and whst not eaten fresh Is
canned for winter use. Sunflowers
and stock corn are used for silage and
the oats and hay is also used for feed
ing the slock at the hospital.
IS DECLARED TO
nr irnu nniur
UL 1LIU UllHIL
Craia and De Valera Disaaree:
Latter Insists Ireland be Uni
ted Before Peace is Effective
IRISH 'PRESIDENT' WILL . .
MEET WITH LLOYD GEOfeGE
Sir James Returned to Belfast
Following His Statement Rc-
aarnmo usier fosion:
! ili a n .
LOXDOX. July 19. (V. P.) Prem
ler Craig- and De Valera are at Log
gerheads, 4 he former contending that
Ulster shtfuld be allowed separate word
legarding the goernment, during tho
peace Negotiations atiit afterward and
De Valera insisting that Ireland must
be united before peace is effected..
Craig returned .to Belfast following his
statement regarding Ulster's DOsition.
He may be going to a further confer
ence with other Ulster leaders, or he
may be withdrawing. De Valera Is re-,
mnlninr nnd exm.e.ted trt Confer furth
er with Lloyd-George, touching upon
more practical affairs. The situation
is declared to b irrave. .1
i le Valera Is Visionary
BELFAST. July 19. (A.. P.) The-
j return to Belfast of Sir James Craig.
I the Ulster Premier and .members of
his cabinet from London, must not bo
trfU-Alt- n n f-.uitiiro nf npiil tsLltunn.
said Colonjel Spencer, secretary of the
peace delegation, on his arrival here..
The delegation may be recalled to1
London next week. De Valera Is re
garded as visionary and the unionists
feel that no discussion Is possible un
til he modifies his views regarding tlm
Irish republic ' w - - j A
SimitM lar Intervene
LONDON, July 19. -tU. P.V Jan
Smuts, Premier " of South. Africa has
been called in conference "With Lloyd
Georae. in an-4Mideavor to .Vert th9
peril of, the Irifch peac negotlutlons.
Tt Is learned thai Smuts may go to
Belfast and remain several days to
confer with Ulster leaders regardlm?
thu peace terms agreeable t the ?(3C
northern counties. Slnuts mediatory
powers may get Craig to return to
London, offering proposals agreebale ,
to the Sinn Fein.
DRAFT EVADER'S MOTHER
GIVES OFFICER $5,000
WAHiNt',TON. July 19. (A. P.)w
Mrs. Emma C. Bergdoll, of PhlladeU
pmu, today told the house committee
investigating the escape of Grovef
! Cleveland Bergdoll.. that she gave
' llllim ... -...! r. l, 1 1 . .
.,--'" t., jiiijm r.1 uiu uuijueii. ail
mj- officer at Governor's Island, for
use "among the high officials at Wash
ington, to help obtain his freedom.
Asks nr $100,000 V
, WASHINGTON, July 19. (IT. P.)
Mrs. Bergdoll said Campbell first de
manded f 100.000. but she refltsed. Sh
said Campbell wanted the money not
for himself, but for the hlgherups. '
Ci4ipbell recently told tha. committee .
ho did not receive one dollar from the
Lt-NDON. July 19.- (U. P. A
I Renter dispatch states the British
j minister at Tehran announced that
llaige Russian forces were making
fierce attacks in the region of Zange.
I zur, devastating village and leaving
thousands of victims In their, wake.
The British consul at Tabriz announc
ed the' bolshevtsts have completely de
feated th Armea'ttiis.
Reported by Major Lee Moorhouso.
Minimum, 59. j Jf
Barometer, 29.50. i '
Wed fair, cool