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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEJt
DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6, 1921.'
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Excellent Conditions Will
; Allow Farmers- to Meet!
'Obligations' Say Banks.
BUMPER FRUIT CROP :
'PLUS WHEAT. IS CAUSE
nam ache mcr to
iiavk sumo is 1'ji.trr
B.r-tfoino Idea of thn 1i'i.aftli
.being producad la this district
thin year can bo understood by a
atudy of the record of P. B.
Itltchle, a newcomer.
' Itltchle is an ex-sefvlco man
' anil he wanted to buy a home
here last yeur. He was Injured
vveraeas, ana he leceivcs some-
ooinpensallon. Ko lutd a chance
to buy an I acre trace, alt In
fruit. The purchase price . was
l&GOO, and Ritchie closed the
Ual. paylnfe ;00 down. v
The place was run down when
he XOt It. hut ha hn ol,..l I.
Up. and his crop of fruit, this
year Is a dandy. Ho .expects to
take 300 off the place, or
tnore than one-half the purchase
pf toe. A big yield of apples,
adroe cherries, berries and a few
prunes are the crops that Jiave
made him a stauaoh booster f..r
. J. S. irAIlVEr
I MrLrok-prtEEW-Af en, Aug. i.
It the. statements of her business men
and bankers got down to the real sta
tu of conditions as they exist, and
surely none eould be more conserva
tive than bankers, then this rich terri
tory Ju. wjilch Claud Barr. 3. A. Mur
ray and I visited yesterday on our tour
of the county feels more optimistic and
really nearer (o a normal state of
conditions than any district In Vmatll
l county. ;
Now that li not a reflection on the
Other 'section of the county In any
ense, because this MUton-Freewa,tcr
country finds Itself In an exceptionally
unviable position at present. Wke
other, district in the county It hns a
l good wheat crop, but the extra "edge"
It h over the straight wheat center
Is the fact that a bumper fruit crop is
waiting to be harvested. With the ex.
tr cash that will be' received for
prune and apples and tho amount
whtch has already trickled Into the
coffer, from the sale . of berries and
mall fruits, Milton-Froewater cltlxens
are permitting themselves to be opti
mist. ' ;i They Have The CioJ
If. the Impressions wo got are cor
rct and we talked to more than a
core of men representing every line
of endeavor, Mllton-Frecwater people
Bava every right to be foellng good be
Cause they have the products on hand
(hat .will bring In good returns. . And
cash: la what causes the smile these
flay, t.-. .
In the first placo this district Is a
6lg -.Wheat shipping point. Bankers
told u that more than 1,000,000 bush
els will be shipped out this year. Con
elderlng the two town as one, and
they, strike a stranger as being one
compact community with common In.
(Brest, wheat Is tho big Item In the
list iof agricultural products. The
yield fwiu range from 15 bushels on
. some of the lighter lands to 60 on the
heavier kinds. That will mean a nice
urn of money, r ..- .:
. ' lot of Fruit "
If fruit growers of tho 'Northwest
had-! planned things- for their own
benefit they eould not have arranged
for tv more advantageous set of condi
tions than exist this year. The fruit
-crop; of the United States as a whole
U just 40 Per cent of normal. The
"Northwest ha a bumper crop, and this
"QlBtrict has one of the best of the bum.
'per ' orops. That means that a rare
-condition exists: Mllton-Freewater has
a lot of fruit to sell, and the prices
wilt be high. Vsually, It Is just the
other way, but this year, thnnkf o
me nara iuok 01 the Eastern snuMia
die West, fruit growers, a maximum
quantity will bring a maximum 'price.
Bo the prune and apple orchardlsta
wear smile, and banker have a'warm
.place In their hearts for those Ior
said Yaritlea of fruits. ' .
Fruit dealers toM ua that tWv x.
. pect the district to ship out a toial of
. about 1,500 carloads of fruit this year,
The early stuff, of course, has already
beeti shipped. That Include cherries,
the berry crnl's, and tome of the to
maloes which have been1 moving for
, several days. One of the fruit com
panies furnishes the following figures
on txpectcd shipments; 50 carloads of
cherries: 600 carloads of prunes: 800
; carloads of apples, and GO carloads ot
. stuff In carloads or In part car lots
Which will Include pears, tachi nd
I'thi small fruit. .. . . . ' T
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ALFONSO GOVERNMENT ALARMED
OVER DEFEAT; REPUBLICANS MAY
TRY TO OVERTHROW MONARCHY
. , . . . . - ft, :
Developments in Morocco
' Cause Fear, of Uprising;
National Feeling Grows.
PAIU8, Aunt. 6. I. N. 8.1 Kinir
Alfonso, realizing tho gravity of the
situation In . Morocco, where his
troopa have Just suffered a crushing
defeat has called what virtually am
ounts to -the crown council. The Span-
lh reverses have given a powerful Im.
AT THAT THESE
LIKE, SOME MEN;
BEEN KNOWN TO
"Some of the worst horses that have
ever been In the Round-Cp were gen.
tie work horses In their younger days,
and it was only after they got oldci
that they developed1 Into real mai.
5 That'ls a' statement of A. J. Snflth,
Pilot Hock sheep man, and proprietor
of the. i. E. Smith Livestock Co. who
was In Pendleton today. And in.sup
port ot hi statement, Mr. Smith can
put forward Bdmemighty-interesting j
proof, too, because in at least two i
cases, ho has owned gentle horses
which developed Into the kind that
make riders exert themselves to the
limit In order to "stay."
There was "Smithy," a little mare
who finally became, a star actor In the
Hound-Up. At the first parade at the
big show, the little mare then little
more than a colt, was In Mr. Smith's
own string of pack horses, and she
was a model pack horse. Later, how
ever, she changed her ways, and In ber
tenlth, she could put up a fight thai
was a good one.
Another bit of Information ' that
many people do not know Is that
"Long Tom," one of the hardest buck
era that ever appeared! in the Round
up arena, was original plow horse.
He- was (he- property t the Smith
Ltvettbctt company, and during, tin
early part of , his career his only
claim to fame was his ability to stand
up well under the -nurd work of pull
ing a plow. Finally, however, he
evidently turned Uolshevlkl, und bl
revolutionary act resulted ,ln his be
coming known as one of the wildest
animals ever ridden.
Tho Smith company has the distinc
tion of having the largest flock ot
registered Delaine-Merinos In the
United Stales, and that, means in the
world as well. Fifteen hundred of
their ewe are registered, and every
head of their holdings are purebred.
though all are not registered. Six cai
loads of lambs belonging to the con
cern are on their way to market now.
ED POSSE SEEKS
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. . (V.- P.)
-Heavily armed posses are sweeping
through the big basin country, in the
lonely glunt redwood forest, seeking
Father Patrick licslln, whom kidmtp-
pors hold for ransom at tho peril of
his Ufa. A speeding automobile whs
seen lust night containing four men.
one believed to be the priest.
Father Heslln ha not been seen
since ftfl wenf with a stranger, pres
umably- to bear a deathbed confes
sion.. A loiter In handwriting that
the authorities declare to bo that, of
an unbalanced person demanded over
xs.uuo ransom tor tno return oi inc
priest, otherwise the kidnappers wilt
torturfo him to death. '' Archbishop
Hanna is backing tho authorities In
their effort to . trace the Col ma
priest. The police say If the kidnap
pers are actually In the big basin
country, their chance, to escape Is
slight i f ,
N UNITED STATES NAVY
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6. There are
about lt.OOQ Smith. 7760 Johnstons,
5760 Browns and 6240 M.llors, with
many similar Initials, In the files of
the Bureau of Navigation. This wus
disclosed ,ln Instructions which - the
navy department has sent to all the
ships and station of the navy request
ing, commanders to Instruct each indi
vidual In their commands to notify
hi relatives of his service numbor
and to use the number and full name
In all communications to the bureau.
of navigation.?'. .
EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR
WASHING'I(ONH'Aug.' 1a. P.)
Shrinkage In three months of S180. -
000,000 In the estimate of the govern-
menl , Income for the fiscal y.ear- wa
niscioaea in secretary pieuon s report
i .. ....
to tne nouse .wniie tne expenditures
decreased only 111,894,000.
pctua to the republican movement und
the Spanish government and various
municipal authorities fear disturb
ances as tho natlonul sentiment It
greutly aroused by tho latest develop-'
mcnlH in Morocco.
Morocco Want Irccxloiii.
The ''war news" from Morocco 1b
becoming steadily more serious. In
surgent forces are Increasing dally
They are augmented by thousands of
Moroccans who were engaged in har
vesting In Algeria when the insurrec
tion started and who promptly return
ed to 'their native land to help In the
i long agitated "war of liberation-.'
HORSJES. ARE MUCH
YE PLOWBOY HAS
DO HARD- FIGHTING
WICKEDEST STEER IN
WEST IS WANTED. BY
HAPPY CANYON SHOW
AV'antcd a fishtin' onory
In tact tho "flghtin'cr" aivd
the "onerler". he M tho better,
because this animal Is wanted
by the management of rtappy
Canyon for the - bullfight that
will be staged tWs full as a parti
of the proaraan of
Where will we get himt
- That's a qucstlonthat.is caus
ing the munagoment to won
der, so they want communities
tliut boast low-down, mean,
fightlu' sone-o'-guns o. steers
to send tho word to Pendleton.
Besides -all of theso qualities
of coiubutatlveness the particu
lar steer desired should have
long horns, a wicked hoof, and
ho should be able to h'ist his tail
over his back dud talk In a
wicked way. Come on with the
BERLIN, Aug. 6 (I. N. 8.) The
allies have handed Germany a sharp
note demanding an apology from Ger
many and the dismissal of the police
who arrested Captain Ijingevin of the
'-French army. Langevin's arrest
aboard a train created a new German
ullled incident. The Germans allege
the captain strode up and down the
sleeping car puffing smoke in the face
of the women passengers. . The
charge that when asked to stop smok
ing ho refused, whereupon the Ger.
man officer knocked tho- clgur out of
Iaimevin pulled tho emergency cord
and stopped tho train. The crow re
fused to move the train until the cup
tuin wus put off. The police then ar
rested him. , .
C1UCAOO, Aug. 6. (U. P.) Tin
Indicted Illinois Governor Small In,
tends to return to Springfield and
face arretat. the hands of Sheriff
Mestcr, who. holds twq warrants. The
executive, charged with Juggling mil
lions 'of the .state funds, announced he
probably would1 return to the state
capital Tuesday after several weeks'
tour of the Illinois highways follow
ing the court ruling thut a state exc
cutlvo is. amenable to arrest. , .
t ; NOItTIICI.irFE A ttVKST.
VANCOUVER, Aug. 6.(U , P.)
Li 'id Northcllffe was the official
K'ifc' of the American navy when he
v'fited the battleship Tennessee. He
ui'erided a reception tendered by the
officers. Northcllffe expressed ' deep
appreciation of the" 'American invita
tion Hiid courtesy.
LONDON. Aug. 6. (LY P.)-Do
Valera's lieutenants are reported con
ferring with Craig, the Ulster premier,
preparing the Way fur direct negotia
tions butweun Sinn Fein . and Ulster
leaders. It may effect the long dis
eased De Valera and Craig' confer
ence, effecting the, Ulster agreement
of the Irish peace move. They fear
serious developments Monday when
Cic government control over Irish
l 'tvayi terminates, the workers fac-
I i age reductions. De Valera p-
i L- ed to the railway labor, although
1. is known opposition to the contlnu
1 ance of present railway labor arrange-
inei . exists, iney lear a oreak be
. . -
tween De valera and the wage work-
Zest-is Added by Fact Baker
Has Staged Trip ' Into
, Same Territory . August 10.
COUNTY OFFICIALS TO
HEAD BIG DELEGATION
Heppner' "Will be .Visited
by. Party While ; Enroute
Home From Southern" Trip.
With a delegation of approximately
40 in prospect the Umatilla county
trip to Grant county will get under
way tomorrow morning, the pfficlal
.aUuJieing.uiado at 9 o'clock, frpm thjy
Added interest was given to the
trip todnj. by-news that Baker coun-lis-iTanning
to follow Umatilla
county' lead and will send an expedi
tion into Grant immediately after the
local visit has been completed. Can
yon City people have been advised
thut a party of 30 Bakerites will reach
there on August 10 for the purpose of
cementing relations between Baker
and Grunt county.
Some additions have been made to
the local party today and there have
been some cancellations. As it stands,
subject to change through new arriv
als, 'the list of those going on the trip
is as follows:
County Judge I. M. Schunnep, Com
missioner G. L. Dunning. Commission
er R. Ew Bean, County Roadmaster
Lee Shannon, County Clerk 'R. T.
Brown, L. C. Seharpf, Fred Steiwcr.
James H. Sturgis, Robert Simpson,
Marshall Spell of Alexanders, Robert
Tuttle, D. H. Thompson. L. J. Breslln
ot the Pemileton Auto company, E. i.
Aldrich, editor East Orcgonlan, Alfu-r
Fee. Col. J. F. McNaught. Hermlston.
. P. Dodd, Hermlston, George Fer-
usoii, of the l'eoples warcnouse.
.Sheriff, Koeth "lloliser. J. D, Zurcher,
Stunfield: F. B. Stewart, Stanfleld,
Huns Pahl. Muyor George Hartman
and Mis. Hartman, Fred Bcnnioh, C.
I. Burr. Ernest Crockatt. Rex Ellis
Dr. H. A, Schneider, PUut-Rock, Wj N.
RoycrT" Pilot Rock, Ward Stanley. Pi
lot Rock, Churles Eraeher, Pilot Rock.
Kenenth Warner, Pilot- Rock, C. J.
Miller. Pilot Rock. C. W. Paulus, Pilot
Rock. C A. Cooper, Pilot Rock, Fred
Moes, Helix. F. M. Cast, Umatilla,
Earl Brownvll. Umatilla. E. B. Jteln
ck, Umatilla. A. C. Rogers, Athena, J.
H. Price. Weston.
I C. Seharpf 8 car. to be filled
chiefly with the Pilot. Rock delega
tion, leaves tonight. The ofhers will
depart in the moin.'ng. Lunch is to
be taken at the hotel Ukiah Sunduy
and the first night will be spent at
Kilter Hot Springs. At noon on Mon
day lunch will be had at Canyon City
and Monday night will be passed in
Heppner. The members of the party
will return from Heppner Tucsda.
morning or afternoon.
- By practicing torture, two men
wearing black masks, extorted In
formation from Alex Hironimous,
a crippled mechanic of Freewater
Thursday night as to the hiding
place of his valuables, took 168 in
cash and three hundred dollars'
worth of Liberty bonds and
binde good their escape.
Hironimous. who bus lived
' there for a number of eui's. Is an
expert mechanic. He has one Qf
the best equipped shops" In this,
section of the state, but owing to
tho. fart that he Is cWp"pTcd in his
'.'left, lug, he never gets . around
much.' It Is said that , he never
i depe.udeil ' on banks' as deposit
places for his money, and this
fact evidently becume known, i
The, two men attuckeu) hiii.
Thursday night in his living
quarters which ai above his
shop. He was tied to the bed by '
his right aim and leg,' una the
ruffians then proceeded to twist
his crippled leg. ' He finally told
them the hiding place of his
money and bonds. A quuntlty of
th ift stamps was left by the
' .rtlthouch the men Were inask
fad, Hironimous contends that he
recognised his assailants. Mem
" bcrs of the sheriff forte ar.s
working on the case. It is con--sldcreri
probable that tho men en-,
te'-ed the btate of Washington
shortly after the attack.
MKXICAN BANDITS BUSY.
SAN ANTJONIO, Tex., Aug. . (U.
P.) Bandits are, reported to ha'e
held up a train near Tamplco, Mexl-
co, and robbed an exprette car of 3o.
The .passenger were uninolest-
NEAR CRESCENT; POSSE HUNTS
victims Identify . Photo
of Missing ' Dentist as
That of Their Robber.
LAPIXK. Aug. 6. A. P.) A man
answering IJr. Brumflcld's description
was seen holding up two Masumas 20
mtlftx south of Crescent on fh Klam.
8th roud. Several eyewitnesses and
the victims Identified Brumfields pho-
DAHO GROWFRS SF.FX0REE0N IAMBS AND
REPORTER GETS JOB
TO STUDY WOMEN'S
TASTE FOR HOSIERY
roPKKA, Kan.,' Aug. 6. The
reporter admitted he had worked
on an Interesting assignment.
His "chief" ordered him to act
as "hosiery checker" for 30 mln-
.ules at one of Topeka'j busiest
street-corner intersections. Out
of 383 women who passed' the-
corner in the allotted time, the
reporter counted 170 whgwore
white hose, 136 who wore bla,ck
hose and sixty-two who wore
brown. . f
' Because of struned eyesight ho
was unable to give any : .figures
on the number he hjd seen
"rolled down.". . '
-t. '- -WASHINGTON.
Aug. 6. (A. P.)
Numbers of Germans are sniping' at
German ports on American bound vc-1
seis as seamen at wages of onecent
a month,' Chairman Ijtsker of the
shipping board advised Sccretury of
Labor Duvis. The belief is expressed
that they land as seamen and flee to
the Interior. Until the treaty is sign
ed it Is illegal for Germans to land
In the United States.., Davis said he'
exjectcd a bill to be introduced re
quiring registration on the arrival of
all foreign seamen. , He said 40,000
Chino-e are illegally hcre as the re
sult of taking advantage of the sea
men's act permitting foreign seamen
to land at American ports.
MI RDEKKR KILLS. SIXF.
AURORA, 111., Aug. 6. (U. P.)
James Witt, whom Sheriff Hextell
sought for three months for the mur
der of Police Chief George Reim of
West Chicago, committed suicide near
Yorkville, after being wounded and
KANSAS C1TV, Mo.,' Aug. 6. (A.
P.) Bandits, termed "High Jackers"
who muka a business of riding freight
trains in the wheat licit of Kalisai
and Okluho'ma' and robbing -ha-ryes' I
hands, are becoming bolder and re
ceiving the attention of the local au
thorities. Wednesday night 'two rob
bers attempted to hold up a party ov
former soldiers und harvest hands on
a freignt. rue soiuiers uegan snoot
ing, one.'hlgh jacker was killed and
four, harvesters wounded. The other
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. .(!. N. S.
Philip Greitser is very much peeved
Noti entirely, however, because burg
lars who tansucked his home left him
without a changeof clothes. "1 did
not "mind their taking my clothes. .
said Gi-elUeT, "but when they eloped
with a gallon of ten year old bonded
whiskey it made me sore.:'
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6. (U. l'.t
'ihe Intcrslalo commerce conuuisslon
denied the railroad claims that the
government should compensate the
roads for the alleged loss of efficiency
resulting from government control.
The decision involves several hundred
millions and determines what the rail
loads should get for "under mainte
nance'' Claims during the six months
follow.' nx the releaso from federal
control. Although comparatively
small th . sum involved these si WASHINGTON. Aug. (.(I. N. S.)
months, the ruling will probably serve Franco's official acceptance of the
as a precedent for determining claims date. November 11 for assembling the
accruing during the Z months when disarmament tohference, has been ra
the government operated the roads. Veived by the state department.
HELD UP PARTY
tograyh as that of the robher. The
same man held up another party and
took provisions. Posses are In pursuit.
Also ltobbttl Store ; (
IJEXD, Aug. 6. (U. P.) Oho Of
the two highwaymen operating near
Crescent is believed to be Dr. JBrum
ficld. wanted in Roseburg for the mur.
tier of Dennis Russell. Persons seeihg
the two men and others robbed by
them, say one closely resembles the
missing dentist. At the latest reports
the men stole an automobile and over
-SOOfrom a Crescent store-
That there Is likely to be a heavy
exodus of lambs and young breeding
ewes from Oregon Into Idaho this fall
is seen In the demand that exists for
lambs from rancher and ylicep con
cerns in Southern Idaho. ' .
' A local" bah R has recetvtd 'a 'query
asking Information of the possibility
of securing a maximum of S0.000 head
of lambs and ewes. The name of the
company seeking the information was
not divulged, but it is said to be one
of the largest companies' in the neigh
, This concern indicates that it will
be in the market for between 2(.000
and 30,000 Merino-Rambouillct ewe
lambs, and it wants from 15,000 to 20,-
000 ewes ranging from yearlings to j
three-year-olds of the same breeding.
Southern Idaho, finds itself with a
heavy hay crop on its hands and a de
pleted stock of sheep, and where pos
sible, it is expected that ranchers will
buy sheep to eat the hay., That there
4 is very little young breeding stuff
available in this state Is the statement
of local sheep men, but a heavier than
jusual 'sale of lambs isj expected to be
WITNESS WAS KNOWN AS
MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN
ON THE COLLEGE CAMPUS
OHICAGO, Aug. 6. U. P.) Mrs.
Madeline Obcnchain,, held as a maf
erlal witness in connection with the
'murder of John Kennedy, is the di
vorced wife of Ralph Obcrchaln an
attorney for the Chicago Aetna Life
Insurance Company. During her col
lege days she was known a the most
beautiful girl on the campus. She was
married January 1, 1S19, in Los An
geles. Mrs. .Obenchain sued for a di-'
vorce soon after, claiming her hus
band's misconduct with an unnamed
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6. (I. N. S.)
Daily , battles between .humming
birds and butterflies are occuring in
the tt te house grounds, with the ra
dient blossoms of an historic acacia
tree a the spoils of war.
, Officer -Walter L Hospital, a White
Mouse attache, spenua several no
each dav underneuth rtie famous aca
c ia treeind has watched the aiterca-
The hummiiig birds arc always Van- J
TUixhed in the fights., he says, the but
terflies putting them to flight as the?
hovi i ' over the blossoms.' but ' usually
nut without some spectacular resist-.'nc-.
Larger birds seem, to have no
ttmrs for the humming species, the
ct '.rageous little creatures always re
sisting valiantly in defense, of their
nests around the bloonkSwg boughs, but
the butterfly is a terrifying enem?.
STATE CAN HAVE BATTLE
WASHINGTON. Aug. 6. (A. P.)
Secretary Roosevelt notified Con
gressman Slnnolt that the state, can
huve the twttleship OregOn for all
time, as a memorial or training ship,
providing the navy department incurs
no expense. '.'-. .
Portliuid nor tlie state have funds
available for the purpose. ,A private
substrlption now seems unlikely.
jEWKi.tJV is itonncit
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 6. U. P.) Two
bandits robbed Herman Stone, a Jewel
er, und escaped with 56.000 worth ot
diamonds and watches.
FRANCE ACCEPTS DATE
.- . '
RN IDAHO HAY CROP
2A Provinces- vR'eapi'njj
: Heavy ; Toll Everywhere
MOSCOWEEUSES TO' yl
- ALLOW REFUGEES' M
Two Towns , in
in ' Use.
REVAL, Aug.1 L:-) Tha
Cholera death wave Is sweeping ftv '
new Russian districts taking a. heavy-
death toll. Twenty four province i r
now affected. 150,000 vltlms Sri'..
ing children. Terror follows the) wake)'! $
of Cholera and; looter are rolIowtt(f? '
the trail burning homes, .which the oe; t
cupants fired when they, left. v; ArM4 '
Lands, have , entered homes,, stealbiff
food. Moscow Is refusing to allow. th -fugitives
o enter. -A report sUU.i i
that troopa drove the throngs batU (
with poison gases. .. Russian leaders I
ure attempting to arrange for relcf. '
;. 100 Prisoner Meld if
RIGA, Aug. . fA..)-Ameirlci! ,
officials , are preparing a full Ust tf; .
American citizens in Russia, includ,-; ;
Ing prisoners, which will- be- tqrneJt'.
over to Walter L. Brown, , dlrectot. ot
the Amerin relief., It la certain '
least 100 Americans are seeking to;
leave Russia. The departure o.f Arab's,
erica ns from Russia has not been ,
ported up to late Friday. '; .": - ,
. , , . WUI Cross Jiwulir ' ; ;
LONDON, . Aug. . (AM.)-i-lJ'hisy .
American prisoners' in "Moscow' andj.
Petrograd will, be sent across tha Rus
sian border by Monday at the ia4esi
cording to message from tho Chair-,
,-nian of Ihe-RuasltU. Relief Commltta.
to the American Relief Admlnistratioti
toda. . , e. V '
" - May. .Visit Csland fi-
LONDON, ag. .(!. K. ) Be-. ' ,'
ports that Mcorai Lntne, premier of),
Soviet Russia; U about to visit Enf-
land, were revived lo a-Reval dispatch
saying he is coming to thlg country tho'
middle of the mouth. . During his ab-1 '"
sence. the dispatch suted, Leon Trot-' '
jsky, the bolshevikt war minir will
be In f tilt control at Moscow. ' t a .!
SAN DIEGO, Aug. i(U, P, th .'
Dempsey-Carpentle C- fight, .picture v '
were too hot fOrATia Juan.' Flame jj ,
leaped . from the projection, machine,;'
and -destroyed, tne old CastmV test
t'ence and a three-story hotel, causing -a
damage of KO.OOO The fire burned ,
several hours, ,. also destroying ' tha;"''
Casino municipal offices and the post
office,' destroying valuable record. '
U. S. DEWS OPEN- :
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WASHlNUTCN. Aug. .r-,(U.
The United States government. Is bav
lng the l ac f to program discussion i
upon three, cardinal prlnolpleac-j . -
First. th recognition and firm et'
lublishment of the open Hour ln,;; h
Pacific and Far East. 4 : ' .
riecond, the protection und minim
nance of China political and trrrlto-.
rial intvgrlty. . ."! V'.;f IJ i
Third; safeguarding Russia'' luteg- '
rKy. principally involving Siberia, ' ' ' '
November 1 1 .has practically been
agreed upon as a cqnfrenc, dal? tr
the dlarinu.iiient meet. ., . " . ,
. Weather, reported
Moorhouse. , i
Maximum v. '
Minimum S3. '
Major Moorhousv reports the lUt-lvi'
meter falling slightly.
Sunday Ulr. -
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