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THE ONLY SMALL DAILY IN AMERICA CARRYING REGULAR WIRE REPORTS FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, UNITED PRESS AND TOE I. N. a
The fcsst Oreonln ll Eastern Ore
gon's greatest newspaper and aa a
fna" force gives to the advertiser over
twice the auaranlei-d peld circulation
In Pendleton and Umatilla county at
any other newspaper.
.The net press run of yesterday's Dally
Thlf paper 1 member or and audited
by th Audit Bureau of Circulation!.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20, 1921.
J. S. LANDERS CHOSEN AS PRESIDENT OF OREGON NORMAL
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FOR SPOT WHERE
More Light on Jepson Case
Wanted Following Arrest
of Patterson on Suspicion.
MURDERED MAN HAD GIVEN
INFORMATION TO OFFICERS
No Charge Yet . Filed by
Officials Against Man
Held Here; Denies Guilt.
An effort to find the exact spot
where Matt Jepson was when he was
killed Ik being made by the county
authorities to ascertain whether Fred
Patterson, held In the county Jail, can
be charged with the crime of murder.
Official today are working near
. the sccno of the crime In an effort to
determine thla vital point. In the
meantime, It is probable that a chem
ical analysis of spots on clothing and
bedding, thought to bo blood, will bo
Patterson waa brought here Friday
evening following hla apprehension
early Friday morning In a cabin In the
mountain. An opportunity to Inter
view the prisoner waa denied a re
porter of the East Oregonlnn this
morning, but it is claimed that rat
tenon denies that he Is guilty of thc
crime. Xo formal charges have been
filed against him, but he is being held
v Murder For Iteveiige
SefTaMlffWntxplmition bf the
crime have been presented, but official
Information Is very meager, and offi
cial opinion aa expressed by county
officials throws little light on the case.
That Jepson, who was n law abiding
citizen, had at various times In the
past given Information to officers
about the activities of his neighbors,
was murdered by someone who was
wanted by the authorities, and who
suspected Jepson of being an Inform
er, Is the most plausible theory that
has been advanced.
Fred Patterson has been implicated
In ono bootlegging case in Walla, Wal
la county, according to Information
that has been gathered by the Walla
Walla Union. He was present when
a man named Walker was arrested
When a still was found on the Russell
plae l'atteraon Is said to have giv
en a check for Walker's ball, signing
the check with the name Pat Ander
son. Ho was not arcrsted, the Infor
mation shows. '
Kcout Sliootliur Tlwory.
A belief expressed by Walla Walla
officials that Jepson's death was
caused by a shot from a revolver Is re
futed by Umatilla county officials.
Deputy Coroner .Brady declared that
there was no trace of a "in -mot
wound of any kind, and Dr. Fred Lleu
nllen said that his cHreftil examina
tion of the body of Jepson absolutely
failed to disclose any wound except
that Inflicted olther by the axe found
under the thatched roof of the dugout
near the cabin or by some other blunt
Deputy Shcr'ff Rldgway, Deputy
District Attorney C, Z. Randall and
Coroner Brown are all In the vicinity
of the Jepson cabin today.
"I gave them Instructions to get cer
tain information before they returned
to Pendleton," District Attorney R. I.
Kcator. said this morning. "I don't
know when they will be lack."
The stains on the blankets, chnps
and shirt of Patterson, at first believ
ed to bo blood, may prove to have
been caused by linseed oil, or oil of i
some other kind., It was Intimated this!
morning. ' "
A lotfler 'has been received by the
county coroner from a sister of Jep
son who lives In Kansas. It is prob
able that she will make a trip to Pen
dleton within the hear future.
ChOSING AHC.rMKNTS Wi:i
MCSDAY. WASHIXGTON, Aug. 20. The in
terstate commerce commission will
hear the closing arguments on the ro
duced rail ratel from points west
from the grain men Wednesday, It was
stated today. The hearings going on
for a week will termlnnto Tuesday.
SALKM. Aug. 20. (A. P.) Circuit
Judge John WcCourt of Portland has
been selected by Governor Olcott to
succeed Justice Charles A. Johnson on
the supreme bench, Judge ltobert
Tuckor having declined the appoint
. To prevent milk from running over
when It comes to thc boll put a spoon
OFFICIAL OF GREAT
NORTHERN WILL ATTEND
1921 PENDLETON SHOW
W. P, Kcnncy, vice-president
of the Great Northern and dl-
rector of traffic, will be a guest
at the 1921. Pendleton Round-
Up, September 22, 23 and 24.
Mr. Kenney, who resides In St.
Paul.' this morning notified
Henry W. Collins, president of
the Rouild-Up Association, that
ho will be pleased to accept an
Invitation to the big show. He
will be here for all three days.
Among other prominent per-
sons expected for the Round-Up
this years are Mary Roberts
Rlnehart. well known author:
Pauline Frederick, Hebe Daniels
and Tom Mix, fumous screen
stars; Verne R. Porter, editor of
the Cosmopolitan; A. Phimistor
Proctor, great American sculp-
lor: and William Rrown, who
has won fame as an illustrator.
CATTLE OFF MARKET
Raisers Asked to Restrict Ship
ments as Additional Ship
ments Demoralize Market
CHICAGO. Aug. 2ft. (U. P.) The
Chicago livestock exenance is urging ! pubU.an ir,Hll cabinet it Is believed
the farmers to keep cattle off the fecIfj ,jsclf doubIe mswd by thc I3,-it.
market. This is due to thc glutted1. . ,..,.
vonuilluim ui lilt; iiiu.il iinuu uuu inii'v;
raisers, dealers and shippers are urg
ed to restrict shipments of cattle us
additional heavy shipments would de
moralize the markets and prices. The
nation-wide slump In dressed beef Is
due, purtly to thc 6.000.000 unemploy
ed mi high retail prices. Such re
striction may also serve to . break
profiteering retail prices tho whole
sale dealers believe.
DAIM'Y DliFHATS LAVI.V
MAltKHl.-IKI.n. Ann-. 20 (A. 1M-
Iluvn Kliudn of Sun KranrlHen and !
Krauklo Murphy of Denver, fought a! tin dispatches to London papers rc
tcn round draw. Jimmy Harry ot I fleet pessimism in view of recent de-
Portland, knocked Goat Lavln of Oak.
land, Calif., out in the fourth.
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Following a conference with offi
cials of the 1921 Pendleton Round-Up
this morning, Arthur Rudd. publicity
man for the show, ' announced early
this afternoon that he planned to go
to Walla Walla and possibly Spokane
to continue his work during the next
few weeks. He also plans to cover
the towns of Umatilla county before
Arrangements will be made with
thc Commercial clubs of both Spokane
and Walla Walla for thc publicity
man to appear beforo them, bringing
an Invitation from the people of Pen
dleton to attend the big wild west
Reports from the Wallowa-Union-
Baker country, which he has Just cov
ered In the interests of the Round-Up.
show that large crowds may be expect
ed from that section nnd the cam
paign In the north is expected to be
The local office reports sent sales
coming in more rapidly and that re
ports from other wild west shows in
dicate record attendances. It was
feared at the beginning of the season
that the 1921 Round-Up crowd would
not be up to standard, due to unsettled
conditions, but Kudd s report and oth-
ers that have been coming In have
brightened the outlook considerably
according to Secretary Marsh.
I Samuel Harris, 20 years of age, who
CHICAGO, Aug. 20 (I. N". S. told the newspapers and authorities
The popular nursery rhvme anent th that he had been bribed to murder
five little pigs doesn't fit In the case of Mrs. Fin Potter Stillman and tli.it be
Baby Joseph Wltowskl, one of Chica- and three others had been oflered
go's most recent citizens. There aro $25,000 to "do away with her." admit
not enough pigs to go around, lie- ted that bis story was a fabrication
cause little "Joe" is equipped with "in order to get bis name ill the pa
twelve toes and Mama Wltknwski pcrs."
needs six little pigs for each foot.
And that Isn't all. Joseph ha
twelve fingers, too. And all th
twenty-four toes and fingers are pi
leet, according to thc doctor who
nrougni josepn Into tho world not
mere "stubs," as freak members usual
Neighbors and friends hav0 been
coming for blocks around
nirui auu jut si ems incm wttn a su
SHERIFF- Kll.I.ra) IX CVX FIGHT,
LCS ANXiHLES. Aug. 20. (fi p.) ipBteh from the Portuguese capital.
Deputy Sheriff Oxnard was killed I The cargo has been Jettisoned. A'.
and Sheriff McMartin of Ventura, Itenipli- are being made by the other
probably fatally wounded. In a gun vessels to take off the crew, but a
name with a Mexican desperado ncar's-.orm Is raging, preventing all
Owensmouth at noon today. J attempts thus far.
Republican Irish Cabinet it is
Believed Feels Itself Double
Crossed by British Premier.
IRISH PEACE SITUATION
THOUGHT TO BE SERIOUS
British Terms Did Not Agree
With What Lloyd George In
dicated to General Smutz.
DUBLIN'. Aug. 20. (f. P.) Sinn
Fein arc seriously considering issuing
a manifesto to the world, pointing out
tho alleged unfairness of the British !
peace offer. Issues of such a manl-
fosto, as the Dull Kireunn considered
them In private conftrcr.ee, would bej
considered preliminary to the re-
sumption of hostilities, it is thought !
here. Despite the favorable reception
of Premier J.loyd George's speech in
other than Sinn Fein circles, the rc-
Lloyd George's speech is believed to
be one reason why the Sinn Fein turn
ed from their determination to accept
the Itritish proposals to an attitude
of complete rejection. The real Brit-
ish terms did not agree with what
Lloyd George had indicated to Goner-1
ul Smuts, which Smuts in turn com-1
munlcated to the Irish. The Dail
Klreann took an uncompromising
OF BRITISH OFFER
tltude when I.H) Vulera. acQUailltCdajid ..Russia for relief ws signed to
them with the real peace turms.
Dispatched Reflect resMiiiism.
LONDON. Aug. 211. (A. r.) i'uii-
velopments. While hope still exists,
some say,. the situation is unuouoieuiy
I very serious.
I Mav lla Civil War
( LONDON, Aug. 20. (U. P.) Indi
cations point to a civil war in Ireland
( until the 'Sinn Fein surrenders un-
conditionally. If the present peace no-
gotlutlons fall. Premier Lloyd George j
won all factions support by his s-pcech
lo (he commons yesterday. The press
and public are backing up his conten
tions that the government has reached
its utmost in the Irish concessions.
The Krltlrh public are apparently will
in that a civil war. such as the north
waged against the south during the
American Civil war shall be waged to
bring Irel.ind to u submission, so un
ions are the English for a cessation of
Irish disturbances. There is some
optimism that a civil war will not be
P.ltlTIKIl ACCKPT INVITATION
LONDON, Aug. 20. (U. P.)
Great Rrltaln's ecceptance of Presi
dent Harding's disarmament confer
ence invitation was dispatched to
Washington today. The message was
couched in the most cordial terms.
MEET IS E
WASHINGTON. Aug. 20. (I. X. S-
-The state department is estimating
the expenses of the disarmament con-
fererXQ at $ioo.0no a month, calculat
ed on a basis of two months session.
Under-Secretary of State Kletcher told
Hie bouse appropriations committee.
SAM HARRIS SAYS STORY
WAS FABRICATED TO
GET HIS NAME IN PAPER
KANSAS CITY. Aug. 20. l". P.)
EFFORTS BEING MADE TO
Aug. 20. ( I. N. S.1 The
jPrltlsh petroleum Tanker
i route from New York is us
ground cut -
'side L'sbon harbor, according to a dis-
Authorities Possess Much Dam
aging Evidence That Brum
field Will Not be Able tt
ROSEBUUG. Aug. 20. (U. P.)
Sheriff Krirmer is positive there Is i
woman In the Brumfield case, al
though not the local nurse as was firs
supposed. He says the authorities
possess much damaging evidence that
Brumfield will not be able to combat
Starmer expects a trial by jury and a
return of murder in the first degree
Brumfield is cool ana apparently is
not worrying. Mrs. Brumfield is with
him constantly. The dentist is refus
ing himself to reporters, saying "I'm
through with the boys." Local bank
ers declare the dentist must have hid
J5000 when he left Roseburg. Fol
lowing the return of District Attorne
Ncuner last night, Brumfield will
probably be arraigned late today.
RIGA. Aug. 20. (f. . X. S.) An
ugrccnicnt for American relief in Rus
sia lias been signed. The document,
which stipulated in detail how the gi
gantic work of hastening food and
sanitary relief to the millions of starv-
ing Russians in tho Volga district.
will be earried out, was signed by
Walter Lyman Brown, representing
the American relief administration
land Maxim Litsinoff for the Russian
Portland Man in Charge,
j RIGA, Aug. 20. (A. I'.) An
at-(agreement between the United States
day. Philip Carroll of Portland, Ore
gon, will have temporary charge and
is leading a parly or ten to .iioscoh
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2. (I. I'.)
The senate and house conferees reach-
ed an agreement on the Stanley anti
homo search and seizure amendment,
to the beer b' 11. Volstead insisted up
on t'r. substitute, which drops the
word "j roperty." Urns enabling dry
ugi-nts to search bootlegger automo
biles without search warrants. With
;h- exception of this modification the i
substitute is the
same as when the
senate passed it.
CHICAGO, Aug. 20. (I. X. S.) !
Eric Clarke, an official of the inter-1
national land and livestock company!
escaped from Mexican brigands whoj
kidnapped him yesterday and is safe j
in the company's hacienda, according!
to a dispatch received here, "fm all j
right, thanks to my saddle mare."
said the message Clarke sent. Clarke j
has been held for In.OtlO pesos ran-!
No details of the kidnapping "or j
the escape was given.
CHICAGO, Aug. (U. 1M The
railroad shopmen are apparently satis
fied with tho railroad labor board de
cision allowing an e'ght hour day anil
insuring lime and a half for over
time. This blocks the chance of a
strike, which the men contemplated
provided t lie board failed to make a
EFFORTS ARE STILL
BEING MADE TO RETURN
DRAFT EVADER TO U. S.
WASHINGTON. Aug. JO. (I. N. S.l
The United States has not ended lis
efforts to return Glover Cleveland
Frrgdoll, the millionaire slacker, to
this country, to serve out his nitli-iiry
sentence, even though Bergdoll Is re
ported to have fled from Germany to
Switzerland, it has been learned al the
state department. Although the mili
tary crimes are not extraditable from
Switzerland, officials believe the fact
that I'.ergtloll fled from Canada vn h
forged passport may make him a sub
ject for extradition. .
The ability to read and write is one
lof the requirements for voters in the
republic of Portugal.
FLAWS IN U. S.
Issues Contained in German-
American Treaty May be
Submitted to Arbitration.
NO DECLARATION OF GUILT
IN STARTING WAR INCLUDED
Had Such Admission Been Con
tained Believed Germany j
Would Have Refused to Sign
BERLIN', Aug. 20. (U. P.) Ger
many may submit the issues contained
in the German-American treaty to In
ternational arbitration. Although the
treaty draft contains no declaration of
ucrmanys guut in starting tne war,
Germany, it is believed would have
flatly retused to sign nad sucn an ad-;
mission been included. ,
The following difficulties stand in I
the way of settling the German treaty:
too much; the treaty is alleged to be
woven so closely that America would
be, able to impose heavy burdens that
Germany calls "Impossible"; Germany
claiirs th treaty is too beaurocratic
and that the treaty provides nothing
more than preliminary peace. Such
is the substance of the German vail.
mini CTOM CTDCCTC '
rtlMULtlUlM OlnttlO i
MUST BE CLEARED OF !
Pendleton streets must be cleared of
iencun,brances, says C
street commissioner, who declares ' nue car and throw the money out the
that section 9 of ordinance 336 is to be window at Atlantic street. As Plicani
strictly enforced. ca- stepped across thc avenue to taRe
I Following is the ordinance:
No person shall use or occupy or use I
j any part of any sidewalk or pavement j
i in displaying any goods, wares or
merchandise or produce of any kind;
iixl no part of the outer or center por-
ion of any sidewulk, and no part of-
my street shall be used for the display
any street shall be used for the disp
of any goods, wares or merchandise. I
for placing or piling up of any oil can j
or cans, dry goods or any boxes orj
packages, or Deer, whiskey or otner
barrels or kegs, or for the erection of,
any sign board, barber pole biiyciej
rack or any other thin? that will tend
j to impede the free and unobstructed
Lassie f ,,pira. nr vohirios ,,r. 1
v,dcd 1Jlt a goods m lnnM from
'deliveiy wagons to stores or dwellings
shall be allowed to occupy three feet1
of the outer edge of the sidewalk for '
the snare of one hour ami not l.m-er: i
and that cordwood or other fuel may
1. suffered to remain closely. corded or
piled in the street adjacent to where
the same is to be in a manner to least
disturb the passage of vehicles for the
space of Id hours and no longer.
WASHfXtlTUX. Aug. 20. (C. PI
Tho u-'sarniament confeince will be
I held in ths hull of America's Pan-Am-i
crlcaii building. Undersecretary of
I StulA Flpt.-htir tulil tho hitiihV s iiiir,,.
MANY ARE INJURED AS
MOB STORMS JAIL IN
EFFORT TO LYNCH MAN
KNONVIl.I.i:. Tenn.. Aug. 20. (U. j
One person was Killed and over
Till. Including two women, were j
wounded when a mob attempted to
storm the jail and lynch Frank Mar
tin, the nilcgcd assailant of Miss Jes
sie Park, a school teacher. Macblm
siiiiners iiotired a vollev Into the mob
us it cros-i.-d the deadline into the jitil j
CHICAGO, Aug. 2ii. (I. P I Tlv
report that three bodies were held en
tombed in a coupe at the bottom of a
quarry pool near Siimmitt. 111., war
disclosed when the cur was hauled to
tho surfiu e.
Divers are taklni' many automobile.
In m the deep waters, some with their
gears in reverse, showing they had
bel li backed to their destruction and
others with tow ropes attached, show
ing that the thieves had probably
dropped the cars over the cliff.
HARRIET LEACH, HAPPY
CANYON FAVORITE TO
APPEAR THIS YEAR
Miss Harriet Deach, a favorite
with Happy Canyon fans, will
be th Pendleton again this year
to appear at the show all four
nights. A contract assuring
the appearance of Miss Leach
has been signed bv the man-
agement of the show.
Miss Leach is a vocalist. Sho
sings while seated on a horse,
dressed in cowgirl regalia, and
her offerings here last year en-
deared her to the hearts of those
in attendance. She has Just re-
turned from a tour of Puget
Sound cities and Mt. Rainier
where she has been singing. i
Bundle of Fake Money Dropped
Resulting in Arrest- of Mem
ber of Blackmailing Gang.
SKATTLE, Aug. 20. (U. P.) A
blackmailing plot involving Dr. Mark
Mathews, a Presbyterian clergvman
and four prominent business men of
Seattle, was broken with the arrest of
Michael Placanica, an alleged member
murder gang. A letter threatening to
"kick through to hyprocrites, or go to
I mi-men via me aynanuie route, lea
t police to fake submlssivcntsa on
tho part of one of the victims. They
dropped a bundle of fake, money, re
sulting in Placanica's arrest. The let
ters were signed "The Avenging An
gel." i-igni mouKana was demanded rroni
Mathew, and 110.000 from James
Ke- a ballker: d00 from Frank
M'DcIIUOtt' of a loeaI flPaniorl
store. S.00O from Judge Thomas
Bnr'n and S H 0 0 fi for David Kodffers,
a shipbuilder. The Intended victims
were advised to take the Rainier Ave-
lnp oundie of Fake money, the police
Pounced upon him. They found three
threatening letters and a revolver In
the man's possession.
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ULI 1 1 I V UU I U I
September 1 to October 31, inclu.
" ,ve- are the dates for the 1921 deer'
Sronse and native pheasant open hunt-
ing season in the section. The open
u, :or Pneasams oegins
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Hul,ter8 tand ane "'
that 8ame mre Pitiful this year
man ever Detore, mere oemg- an
abundance of both deer and birds.
Some of the warnings which have
been issued pertain to hunting with
out license, hunting with dogs, hunt
ing at night or in game refuges,
I killing does, killing deer at salt licks,
selling meat, shooting from public
highways, wasting meat, and hunting
on land without thc permission of the
owner. . - . . .-:
The chief warning Is against kill
ing more than the law allows, two I
bucks with horns, and the state of
fire has signified its intention of prose
cuting vigorously any violators who
are caught killing does. The law.fer was rejected. Subsequently Ger
designates buck deer with horns asjmany, Austria, it ussl a. France and
game and the wardens think this suffi- lltaly. through their military experts. .
ciently specific to prevent killing doesldecided that Colonel Lewis was all
APARTMENTS IS DECRIED
CINCINNATI, r-.. All
20. (I. X.
S.) Toronto's plan of charging pros-
pective tenants of apartments $2 a
I week will never prove popular here,
i declare owners and representatives of
j '.ipai-tment houses.
I "It will never be introduced here."'
i "It is not a just charge."
"Ciiioinnat'uns would not pay it."
These are thc statements of prom
inent landlords in referring to the
i i.nmtilahit nf :i CHiiadian aoul'tnieut
hunter to newspapers that not only
was be asked $2 for the privilege of
looking at an apartment but that thc
money was imt Liter applied on the
John II. II ill of the Lmery estate
one of the largest owners of apartment
ropei'ty. said: "It would be unfair to
-lvtrjc an inspeeiion f'e. Nobodv
ould be expected to sell his goods
wilhetit showing them."
"A J2 fee everytime n body looked
at an apartment would amount to
more than the rent." said Frank Litti
kum, manager of leases for the Krug
It's ridiculous'1 said Ben Dale,
(tent for manv apartment houses. "It
would be as fair to expect woman
i pay tor examination of a piece, of
dilk before she bought a dress.'1
Successor to Late President
J.'H. Ackerman Has Been at
Head of New Mexico School;
j FOR NINE : YEAR TERW
Enviable . Record Made as
Head 'of City Schools by
Able, Conscientious Work..
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SALEM, Aug. 20. (U. ?P.$
Professor J. S. Landers, head
of the Las Veeas, N. M., Nor
mal School, has accepted the t
post as head of the Oregon
Normal School at Monmouth.;,
He was at one time instructor
and city superintendent,. ofX
schools at The Dalles, and was
also city superintendent , of
arhnnla in Ppnrilptnn. ' "
N'ews of the appointment of J. . ..
Landers to be president of the OTe-,
gon Normal School to succeed the late.:
J. H. Ackerman was received here 'r
with much interest and approval. W-1,.
Landtrs is widely known in Pendle-
ton through having Bcrved. as city, sa-
perintendent for a .period of nine.,
years. He 'came here In-ISO" from'
The Dalles and followed I R Trarer -as
city superintendent of ; Pendleton
He made a host ot friend hero by tola' '
tact. conscientiousness -and'lde;
knowledge as an educator. , After
leaving here in 1113 he was in Colo
rado for a time and while living
there he assisted the Pendleton board '
In connection with securing Superln-.
tendent Fred P.. Austin for the super
intendency here. Mr. Landers Went .
to New Mexico from Colorado. '
iiritcti MAY PKOVR-AMUt "'.
LOS A.-ELES," Aug. 20. (LV P.) ,
The Burch and Obenchaln i defense .
declare Burch will be able to prove a !.
complete alibi when the trial opens, i
JBurch has persistently refused to dla- ;
jcuss his movements on the night of '
the murder. ' The charge against
Madalynn may be quashed when the '
two are arraigned Monday. ;
HOW I FWIS mahhinf r ". ' ' !
GUN WAS TOYED WITrl
SHOWN IN DAMAGE-SUIT
LONDON, Aug. 30. (T. N. S.).
How the Lewis machine gun. which
was one of the most effective man
killers used by the allies In the great
war, was "turned down" -by nearly
every great power before the war was
brought out In court proceedings
The company that supplied the ma
chine gifa .to the British . army Jji
suing to recoser J15.000.000 fron) the
British government. It was testified'
that Colonel I A' wis, the American who
invented the gun, first offered it to
tho American government, but the of-
I The British government finally,.
I bought three Lewis guns for a test
!On August 1. 19H. just before thc out
break of the war, the British war of
flee "went in for jl bust," aa one wit
ness declared, and purchased five.
From that time until the end of the
war thousands were pnt Into action.; -
The first known typewriter
patented in England in. 1711. '
Hoported by Major Lee Moorhoute,
Maximum 91. ,
Minimum 60. . .
Barometer 29.30. ' . -
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