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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPES
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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, , i'EIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 5, 1921.
TEACHERS : SUGGEST PERMANENT
NORMAL SCHOOL IN CITY
SUPER STILL IS
ON DRY CREEK
Biggest Outfit Yet
Located on Sams
GASOLINE HEATERS USED
TO AVOID SMOKE ALARM
r 11 .
Dugout Entered . Through
Trap Door in Manger of
Barn Found vby Ridgcway.
Tho, biggest moonshine outfit yet
taken lit Lniulllla county was captur
ed, by Deputy Sheriff Htdgcway about
TO o'clock this morning, when ho ar
rested Hoy Mama presiding over two
mammoth mills. The double outfit
was housed in a dugout under the
out h west corner of the burn on the
Hams ranch on Dry Creek.
Sains evidently thought lie had ao
carefully concealed lils plant that the
officers would never find him. The
tiugout wua entered by means of a trap
door In tho manner. This hud been
camouflaged but not chough to de
ceive the practiced eyes of the doputy
sheriff. When the lid WUH raised,
Hams was discovered carefully watch
ing tho two big stills In full operation.
Sixteen barrels containing 800 gal
lons of mash were taken In addition
to the two stills which are suld to be
of tho latest model. Doth were equip
ped with gasoline, heaters so that
there was no tell-tale smoke.
This makes five stills captured this
week and there In one mure day to go.
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
. VVLKAt. Aug. 5. (L". P.) Reports
of :S; Oregon banks Indicates a high
,y satisfactory condition, Frank Eram
well, tuilo bank superintendent rc
lioriej lo the state banking board.
TI:c 'eport was nmdc In a response to
h" call of June SUth for bank state
ments. l.SliA SALMON AIMtlVK
BPATTLE. Aug. 5. (A. P.) The
Tit shipments of Dcring sea salmon
pack aro beginning to reach Seattle,
Tho power schooner Anvil brought cv
imU hundred cases from tho Kuskow
lm ilver district, while tho steamship
A'lc-nrla, is scheduled to arrive Tues
day from St. Michael and False Puss.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 6. (A. P.)
The enactment of a bill authorizing
an Increase from five percent to five
und a half In the Interest rate of tho
federal farm loan bonds was complet
ed when the f.ci)ttte ugrced to the
house 'amendment prohibiting a rate
of more thnr. five percent after June
HO, 1923. The bill now goes to the
SAYS WOMEN TAKE
ALL THE JOY OUT OF
' PORTLAND. Aug. G. (U. P.l A.
V. Kv-te, Portland attorney, told the
pul lie service commission In the rate
'tearing that, wome'n aro the worst of
fijnJors In iiiuklng the telephone Bcr
vh'e i t. Ha declared the desk In
struments allowed women to sit down
pr.d t.i It for hours. He suggested
wall I. s'rumenta for homes.
2 TOXU MEN TAKEN.
PORTLAND, Aug. G. U. P.
Three San Francisco tong men, alleg
ed members of tho Bucy King tong,
were arrested on a train. The police
bolieve tho highbinders were sent here
to avenge the shooting when the Hop
Sings killed one of the Buoy Sings
seriously wounded a second.
WALLA WALLA, Aug." 6. (A. P.)
The condition of Dr. J. J. Cronp.
the pioneer physician, who was strucR
by an automobile yeatorday is con
sidered critical. He is still unconsci
'ous and physicians say death is only
juuttor ot a tew hours, ,
HERE'S A JOB
f I ; ' J f; i ' II'' '
Wit Ml '' iA')
Since prohibition knocked tho uino taster out of a Job, the man with the
pltasuutest Job Is Sam Kingston, who p'eks vumps. Ue works for a film cor
poration and all vumps loolclng for work must see him. If a girl can vump
Kingston sho gets a job in the .movies. , Kingston hired Theda Bum.
IN THE CRIMELIGHT
TRAIN ROBBERS SECURE
$50,000 IN ILLINOIS
GREENVILLE, Ills.. Aug. (A.
P.) Two bandits Imardrd tho Balti
more & Ohio passenger train at licecii
er City last night und held up the ex
press messenger und escaped at Atla-
monl, five miles south, w'lth
sealed packages containing
FIND $10,000 WORTH OF
LIQUOR IN BANK VAULT
CHICAGO, Aug. 5. (L. P.) Pro
hlbltiun agents, raiding the private ;
vaults of the Michigan Avenue Trust
Company seiwsd $10,000 worth ot
lliiuor, tho alleged pro)erty of Warren
Spurgln, tho fugitive bank president,
Federal agents declared the liquor was
Spurgtn's property, as only he had sc.
cess to the vaults. They .declared
Spurgln was connected with a bootleg
ging ring, using the bank as a storage
place. ' ,
PEACEFUL ZI0N SCENE.
SOMEWHAT WORLDLY ACT
55 1 OX CITY. HI., Aug. G.r-tC. P.)
A religious war began tearing peaceful
illon, when four fires, started In Iso
lated spots, burned the signs erected
by the ruler of Vollva Insisting that all
churches but those of Zlon get out mid
get out quick, only the Zionists speedy
work prevented the fires from spread
ing to the houses of the Zionists and
Independents. The latter refusing to
accept Vollva as a prophet und ruler
are brewing discord beneath the
peaceful surface, j Tlie tires are re
garded as reprisals against the Zlon
Ites on the part of the Independents.
TRIPLET WHEAT AT
Columbia county in Washington Is
coming lo the Northwest Grain & llSy
Show ln Pendleton next month with
the expectation of taking home tho
Such was the Information phoned to
County Agent Reunion this morning by
County Agent J. M. I,ewls of the
Washington county. He said that he
would bo here tomorrow and that he
would bo accompanied by the man
who prepared Columbia county's ex
hibit at tho Washington state fair last
year. Agricultural men will remem
ber that the Columbia county exhibit
carried off highest honors. These men
are coming tomorrow for tho purpose
of this eHrly getting the lay of the
ground where the hof Is to be held
In order that they may the more In
telligently prepare what they hope will
be the prize wining exhibit.
Columbia county will feature Triplet
wheat. This Is a new Washington hy-
MILLION DOLLAR CROOK :
IS NABBED IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO, Aug. .-. C. P.) The
police arrested Charles W. Kjeiich, the
alleged international "Con Man De
I Luxe," charged to be . a go-between
with John Worthlngton. of Chicago
the "Get rich iiick Wulllngford" in
an alleged $ I.UOO.OUO swindle ring.
French is being urraigned before
Judge Land is.
DESPITE ARMED GUARDS
PAYROLL IS CAPTURED
IfACKENSACK. N. J.. Aug. G. (A.
P.) Six armed bandits held up the
Paymasters of the Burrett Manufactur
ing Company' and escaped with the
payroll of from la.OOfl ; to I2..000. T .h,
paymasters were traveling In an auto
mobile with five armed guards
UEGINA. Aug. r,. (A. P.) A
damage estimated at more than $1,
000.000 wask-'aused by a hail and w ind
storm affecting an area of 75 miles to
100 miles eust anil southeast of here.
One dlstrice reported a strip 30 miles
long and five wide cut us if by u mow
er. Wires arc down and details are
meager. ' .
PRESIDENT SEES HOSPITAL.
LANCASTER. Aug. 5. (A. 1.)
President Harding Interrupted his va
cation today to v sit the army tuber
cular hospital at Gorham, 25 miles
distant. - . -
NORTHWEST HAY 8
brld variety. It was developed by the
Washington State Colleite and its
sponsors claim for it that It Is a better
wheat than Hybrid 128 which Is the
predominating variety grown in this
county and in the northwest at the
It Is claimed that the variety is more
smut-resisting, that It is higher yield
ing and that the quality is better.
Fifteen acres of this wheat were
grown by F. S. Curl & Son this year
but as it has not yet been harvested
there Is no local comparisons available
a . . . i ' i x r. & a
4 to 3 Ti Ik
County Agent Reunion says It appears
tc bo a very good kind of wheat.
ln Columbia county last year on
fifty farms Trlplett gave a higher yield
than Hybrid 128. Jenkins Club, or
Turkey Red. This year tho" have 16,
000 acres growing on approximately
100 farms. This is the most of this
variety of wheat grown In the north
American Officials in London
Place no Faith in Soviet
, Claims Upon the Subject.
ONLY ONE PRISONER
HAS APPEARED TO DATE
LONDON. Auir. 6. (A. TM The
American relief official; here place no
falth.ln -the reports that the American
prisoners In Ilussra have been re
leased. A vigllunt watch at every pos
sible exit shows, they assert, that Mrs.
Marguerite Harrison Is the only oik
in rnmrt thrmitrh. Thcv re:irrt th
Ij.tvitin rf.tinrt nf Hit. rtilnnur, nu a rtn.
duct of the bolshevik propaganda or
ganization. Hoover is Wury.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 5. (I-. P.)
The btate department has instructed
the American Kiga commissioner to
make preparations to receive. Amer
icans released after imprisonment in
soviet Hussia, now reported as re
leased. Hoover, heading the American
relief administration is insisting upon
negotiations with the soviet govern
ment itself before extending American
i "ood or other relief to famine-striek-
l Russia. Hoover Is taking this po
tion because he be'ieves the
jrovernmcnt Is the only agency able to
guarantee safe conduct to the Amcr
Jin, rcjiejwgrker. i s..-; -
it Hard to Keep Promise
While Expenses Increase.
WASHINGTON, Aug. l P.)
The house ways and means commit
tee's hopes for a tax reduction this
, yenf huJ on lldgrt D)rt,ctor Dawe.8
ability to cut the government expen
ditures below Secretary Mellon's esti
mated J4,u50.000.000. A committee
will probably ask Dawes to seek an
economy plan Immediately. The bud
get director is expected to'uppcnr be
for the committee again within a few
days. Following Mellon's estimate
yesterday, the house republican lead
ers are beginning to realize that mak
ing good on a promise to cut taxes
$500,000,000 will be a difficult task.
Thc Ch'cago wheat oUolaUons lc-
clined still more toduy, Septmnber j eash bonus and special loan bonus for
closlitK at lt.18 1-t. Following arei'1" soldiers wnose money is delayed.
the Overbeek & Cooke ijuotutions re- I
Open High Low Close
Sept. $1.21Vi ll.-l '4 J1.1S M.ltlH
Dec. l."1'j 1.21 ' ' 1.21 '4 -1.-14
Sept.. .58 .58 1.1,' .5e .S j
Dec .'SM ,STS .5? ' .57 !
Sept. .ST-V .37-4 -Sti-N .364 !
Dec. . .i0 .38 .30 hi
Wheal Renewed liquidation lm-I
mediately after opening, foreign buy- !
ing power lacking and prices declined j
sharply until tlie nitirl.et reached a
position where some export business NAl'Ll'lS. Aug. 5. (A. P The
was done. This encouraged some to j ,.,y"8 nrnial following the Interrup
buy. but tlie ensuing rally was not tipn CiU1M;d bv Caruso's death which
maintained, and closing prices were at ,.,,s.i standstill in business and
practically the low for the day, the
bearish factor late in the session was
the weakness in the Minennpulis cash
market, where spring wheat was
quoted from 5 to 15 cents lower. Oth
er markets were relatively steady. A
great duul of interest is being taken
in Cnniuia situation because of tliv de-
t .tl'.ti t-ii I I. m In th.i 1 r,a,.'..., . Ki.t-iiii,
wheat belt. In consequence (be state-
ment ot a prominent Canadian au
thority today to Hie effect that the
wht crop of the Dominion this year
will be the largest since 1SH5. attract
ed attention here. We do not believe
export demand is as yet sufficient
proportion to permanently arrest the
decline. , t
SPANISH ARMY DEFEATED BY -MOROCCO
TRIBESMEN; MADRID IS
CARUSO SEEMS TO HAVE
HAD WILL MAKING HABIT;
THREE FOUND THUS FAR
NAI'I.ES. Aug. -,. V. P.)
Another Caruso will was discov-
ered, when the late singer's law-
yer notified the executor that
Caruso drew a last will at Flor-
ence 1(1 days before his death.
the singer instructing his lawyer
not to reveal the fact until three
days following his death. The
last will was probably drawn at
Horrcnto shortly following Caru-
so's return from America. An-
other is said to exist in New York
and relatives believe still others
will be found. ' .
DALTON. Ga.. Aug. 5. (f. N. S.)
The Dalton Fire Department staged a
thrilling fire scene here recently.
A fire alarm was turned in. the fire
men skidded down the brass pole in
true movie fashion, cranked "sup the
big truck and started to go. They
came to a sudden stop when they
found the truck afire, set by a back
firing motor. The truck was "put
out," and then the firemen put out the
blaze that had summoned them.
SEVEN MEN SEEKING
Contestants for the Pendleton post
inastership are growing in numbers
jiid the race promises to be an lnter-
esting one. There are now five know'n
applicants besides Lester Cronin. pres
ent Incumbent, and Tom Thompson,
who is said to have been promised the
place by Congressman Sinnott.
The examination is to be held Au
gust iC, ,'ust eleven days away. The
mis or the three men making Uic
ppens to be
Mr. Sinnott. That means that Kinjlott
permitted pick anyone of
ree making the best grade in
that exaniinat on.
I Six of the applicants have had sev
jeral years post office eyperience.
Find I In uddititn to the regular examina
tion every applicant will be graded a
certain percentage on his experience
and his experience in handling men.
Postmaster Cronin has been advised
that three postal inspectors w.ll be
sent here for that purpose. It was
heretofoie announced tha, two in
spectors would be sent.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 ( A. P.)
American inventors and designers will
pay I'ne federal government over $2 -000
000,000 in fees this year to obtain
patents, I'nlted States patent office
officials have announced. They pre
d.ct the - biwwest year ever enjoyed,
w'lji probably 50,000 patents to issue.
Hundreds of patents are armed to re
lieve housewives of their drudgery.
TALKING IDAHO ROM S.
KELLOGG. Ida., Aug. 5. (A. P I
The Idaho American Legion is cou-
'.veiling aim discussing tne soldiers
Legion men from all over
SCIENTIST SAYS JAPAN
. NEEDS BIRTH CONTROL
CONDOLENCE SENT TO j
WIDOW OF CARUSOi
tremendously affected the Neapolitans.
Mrs. Caruso received more than 2000
cablegrams of condolence from all
parts' of the world and from all civllix
C.r.VT 1 IM) PHOllUtlTIO.V'
VANCOUVER. B. C, Aug. 5. tl".
, U;il Nurthcliffe is still limiting
lib lion. He told the United
Pre- It at he imd not found 1L He
Ihongi c Britain's system was better
uiu' vhe beer certainly is better. Both
have t cod the test for hundreds, of
years. Northcliffe declines to give his
opinion on prohibition until he discov
ers a leal sample. .
Within 24 Hours is Report,
King Announces Disaster.
PARIS. Aug. 5. U. N. S.) The
army of General Xavarro, In Morroccn
vas completely defeated by the re
bellious tribesmen1, according to a
Madrid dispatch.. The fate of the
Spanish cabinet is hanging in the bal
ance, it is reported that it will resign
w.thin St hours. King Alfonso has
summoned the cabinet to communi
cate to it news of the capitulation of
the Spanish force.
RATON, N. M.. Aug. 5. (I. N. S.)
Harry Sehuman, Denver welter
weight, accompanied by his manager
Jack Kanner, arrived here late ast
night for the fifteen round battle be
tween Sehuman and Young Wallace,
which will be staged tonight. ' .
COMMUNISTS CAUSE OF
BERLIN. Aug. 5. (I. X. S.)
Street fighting broke out In Danzig as
the result of trouble between the com
munists and non-communists. Order
Was restored by the police but the ten
sion is high. It is feared the Poles
will send troops into the city. Com
munist delegates to the city parlia
ment were ordered arrested. The com
munists tried to recipitate a general
strike but failed. Machine guns were
mounted to protect the public build
ings. Barbed wire entanglements
were thrown across some of the
streets. Danzi? was formerly a Ger
man city and the Poles claimed It atlc.n opportunity for expressing grateful
the peace conference but finally it was
created a free port.
SIOP WARFARE PLAN$!?i
STANFORD VXIVERSITT. Calif.,
Aug. 5. (C. P.) Professor" Francis
Hirst, the London editor, declared the j
nations van inane no piugiciM ivnwu
recovery from the world war if they
continue preparing for another war.
Hirst recently left England and ex
pressed great faith In President Hard
ing's disarmament proposal, giving the
world an opportunity to avoid future
ULSTER OBJECTS TO
DE VALERA AS SOLE
LONDON, Aug. 5. (A. P.) An-,
other meeting of the Ulster cabinet!
has been called to discuss peace. It j
nas oeen reimiaieu in kmiui tnui mo
has been received from De
I IHjuH Want De Valera.
j LONDON, Aug. 5. (C. P.) Irish
j peace depends upon Ulster. The Six"
northern counties, still determined not
ito yield to De Vulera's demand that
!lie represent all of Ireland at the
i pein e conference are hindering the
(Sinn Feins acceptance of the British
! peace proposals. De Valera has call
led a meeting of the Sinn Fein parlia
ment in Dublin for August IS.
SALEM PRISONER ESCAPES
SALEM. Aug. 5. (A. P.) Jim
Ward, u trusty in the flax mill, sen
tenced from Linn county last March
Idaho are j for two years on a c'aarge of man
' slaughter, escaped today.
- BERKELEY, Cat.. Aug. a. tU. P.
The solution of the Japanese prob
lem In the Pacific lies in the limitation
of Japan's population through birth
control, aecordinir to Dr. William Rit-
ter. uresident of the Pacific division of
the American association for advance
ment of science, now ill session. Rit
ter declared the international congress
leading the worlds scientists, including
Japan and China, should be culled to
meet in Washington at the same time
as President Harding's disarmament
conference. Such steps would elimin
ate economic wars, and pave the way
M.EW DllEU WITH PADDLE
CHKlEA. Mass., Aug. 5. tl. N.
S. 1 Orriu Brown, seventeen years
old, of Revere, was arraigned in the
I Clu 'sea court charged with killing a
ueer oy nitimg li witn a canoe puuuie.
His case was placed on file. Brown
is alleged to have killed the deer w hen
It swum into the Saukus river, where
he was canoeing, to escape a dog.
Total of .111 Enrolled for
Instruction . During ' This
Year's Course of 6 Weeks.
APPRECIATION IS SHOWN '
FOR LOCAL COURTESIES
High Ideals ;of Late J. H.
Ackerman Lauded through
. Resolutions Adopted.
"The increasing success of Summer
Normal In Pendleton is objective evi
dence that permanent normal school
should be established here" says rcsiM
lutions adopted by the student of tlto
summer normal at the closing session'
being held here today. The six weeks
course provided for those In attenu
ance is now completed and. teachers :
arc leaving (or their homes. Tho to- ! '
tal enrollment this . year was. 111,-!
which is. much larger thuu the enroll :
ment last year and there is much sat-, ,
lsfaction being expressed over the sue-,
cess of th school.
The following resolutions. wcr
adopted by the summer normal at u-
c.ent body this morning: . . . .
,, We the students attending the Sum- -
mer Extension Session of the Orejon
Normal School held at Pendleton, Ore- '
gon, hereby adopt the following reao-
lutions: ' ' . '.-.
Whereas the close of school presents :
appreciation for courtesies and com-"
forts received' during- the session, ;
therefore be it resolved: . '
That the thanks of this assembly be '
expressed to the Board e Regents, to ' '
thA CoUIltV Court ntlf ttiA PrmtlAlnn '
I Board of tfritlfflMntl fur fthnir 4,wtnAra
" .u ' n'.
Commercial Club for the delectable "i "
noon lunches. ' . -.
That ;we appreciate the kindness
shown by the Rotarians who entertain-
ed us so royally at the picnic.
We also wish to thank the good Deo- :
pie fcf Pendleton who have entertained
us in their homes and provided many ,
comforts for us- ' ; rr
That our grateful appreciation be ';
expressed for; the wise action of Tho
Board of Regents of the Oregon' Nor
mal School who made it possible to ,
maintain an effective summer- session-
especially designed to meet the East- "'
ern Oregon school problems. ,
That we resolve to carry, out in
spirit the high Ideals of the late I'resi-"'
dent i. H. Ackerman who for twenty-
1 five years has been a leader In 1tMn.-
UwuJ. lines in Oregon. ' :
Tne Ilcreagng ut.ccs- of Sunyner
xormai ln pedleton Is objective evi-
oenee that a permanent normal school
should be established here.
Resolved that copies of these reso
lutions be sent to the daily papers for
DEMANDED FOR PRIEST'
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 6. L". P.
A ransom of $50,000 Is scheduled
for the return of Father Tlestln, the
vanished Catholic priest, last seen as
he went with a stranger supposedly '
administer the last rites to a dyin.'
man. Archiblshop Edward Hanna re
ceived a leter demanding the ransom,
Riid is turning it over to the authori
ties, who believe Hesllu is held, ln the
I country between Colma und Salad
Reported by Major Lee $foortou:it.
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