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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEH
? JONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON.
FBIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921.
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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER . 7 ""MJ NS '
Steamer Observer Said She
Was Unable ' to Handle;
Freighter; Asks for Help.
POWERFUL TUG WILL BE
SENT TO LEND ASSISTANCE
' Vessel Messaged That Life
. Boat Containing Officers and
Men Has Not Been Heard of.
VANCOUVER, Sept. S.V. P.) A
wireless message received nt midnight
aaid Ihe towllne unripped between (ho
Canadian Observer -and the Canadian
Importer. The Olmervcr iwld aha wan
unable to handle the freighter and re
quested a powerful tut'. The Obser
ver la standing by. The vessel men
Raffed that the life boat contained the
second and third mates, cadet HIs
Hona, alx aallors and the fireman and
that nothing hud been heard from
AN'ORLRH. Sept. i. (C. 1'.)
The Dutch Hhcll gun well, coming In
At midnight, caught fire with a roar
that ahook tinmen fur nillea. It Ih mill
burning. Tha workmen earaHd un
harmed, .nucha hurled from the well
broke an electric llvht globe and
caused tho fire, la the belief. Quirk
- 4uloa.ill4h. tit diEartiiiont lire
Tinted 1h Ipe- 'lme i
CROWDS THRONG CHURCH
OFFERING PRAYERS AND
TEARS FOR FAMOUS TENOR
NKW TOUK, Sopt. J. (I. P.)
Opera alar, ahopkeopera, churchmen
and fruit vender thronged tho church
here offering their tcara and prayer
for Enrico Caruao'a aoul. Opera atara
aang. Tho great tenor's admlrera
Wept, lteverend Krancoaco Maglloco
the tenor'a personal friend and a noted
opera composer declared In the eu
logy: "Ho la not dead; he Uvea. Ho
mill live forever aa the greatest artist
of nil time."
WASHINGTON', Sept. 2. (IT. I'.)
Tlallroad grain, hay and kindred pro
ducts ratea would tall 25' per cent if
tho railroad men in tho mlddlo west
would accept a five percent wage re
duction. Clifford Thurne. ropresen
Ing the middle western ahtppera, made
thla declaration before the interstate
commerce commlaalom Thome aald
tho railroads now considering auch a
proposal, may ask the railroad labor
board to make this wage reduction fol
lowing an agreement to tho rate re
duction. Thla would cut railroad ex
AitUKhTKi . roil mi.sui;imu;si:n
t.vtion. ' CHICAGO. Sept. 2.(V. I'.) Max
Shallman, falsely representing himself
as a representative of the Itusslnn so
Viet government, waa Indicted by the
federal . grand Jury. fthallmon Is
charged with placing false contracts
amounting to millions of dollars and
misleading muny Cleveland firms. The
grand jury also returned indictments
against Tex Hlckard for illegally
transporting, fight films.
WASHINGTON, Sept, 5. (U. P.i
Charles It. Korbes, veteran bureau di
rector, left today on an Inspection tour
of the United States public health ser
vice, hospitals, vocational rehabilita
tion schools and the regional head
quarters of the new veterans bureau.
Tha three woeks" tour will Include In
stitutions In the northwest.
. iuxvt iKn iXFs xominatiox
NB WYOIMC Sept. 3. (A. I-
tllhu Koot has declined the nomina
tion as member of tho International
court of Justice under the League of
Xfttlons, because of his advanced ago.
.LIVESTOCK MARKET STK.ART. ! fr patrol to Insure continuance of
PORTLAND, Sept. 2. (A, P.) the patrol for SO days more. The pa
Iveatock Is steady., Eggs are firm, trot uses approximately ion gallons
tier U pnwttWa, ' " 7 . : .
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- w6i.;..Mt'fti t..yirf. tj( lltill .lanM-jiiAimiii ,m
William tlibba McAdoo apratned h a wriat while playinir hall with the Toy
Seouta at their auminer camp in Fallandcs Intel-mate I'aik. New York. Any
how, he said ho did. And the bova lushed
orary vice preablent .of the fr-oma. Mra.
cane preaentvd to McAdoo by the boB.
Roseburg Dentist's Attorneys
Claim Present Official is
Prejudiced Against Client.
HOSKIJCItG. Sept. :. (l r,)
Motions submitted by the lirumfirM
defense following t lie nllcsed murder
er's "not guilty" pica yesterday, in
clude: An appointment ,of a new trial I
judge, on tho grounds Hint Judge i
Hamlllon Is prejudiced: barring Jo. I
seph Hammersley, assisting In the)
residence; quashing the tmll.'t inent K
against Hrumficld because of the nl- .
leged grand jury irrpgula lilies: nddl- .
tionul time In which to file a petition
for change of venue. The second and
third motions were denied. The others
are slated to come up later, probably
, t'asv I". Marking Time.
noSKIU HO. Sept. 2. (A.
rroeeedlngs In the Hrumficld enre
marked time tnduy nwaitliiij the ap
pointment by Chief Justice liurmtt of
the supreme court of a trial judge to
iirnei-.t f'lreiilt .Inrtire lf:inillmi wlio
was charged bv the defense vestenlnv
with prejudice. Prosecutors arc pre-
paring for an Immedlata trial. The
defense is expected to ask for acon -
tlnuancc of SO days. . .
; ! Jlon In fraternities paid an aver-
CHICAGO, Sept. 2. (1 P. Mack are of. J34.1S the first half of last
Ponnett and Robert Inec, for tho pro-(year, and are expected to reduce that
dueers and Oscar Price for First Na-jamounl this year.
tlonal, reached an agreement looking Men taking their meals nt the cam
to the stabilization of the motion pic-1 pus cafeteria and sharing a private
turo Industry. It provides for f.'n,
000,000 amalgamation for three years,
controlling muny stars of the associ
ated producers corporation ami asso
ciated First National pictures corpor
ation, controlling 3500 tlieuties
throughout tho I'nited StaUs und
Kl'GKNE,' Sept. !.-!'. P.) Thir
ty five hundred gallons of gasoline has
been received here bv the nrmv forest
McAdoo in holding un Ivory-headed
local boy. invents -device
grain during harvest
Sam ('liver, a member of this
year's graduating class of the
J'emll.'tun high school, and for
mer 1'. S. Nnvv man. bus invent
ed a device for the 'savin? of
grain ordinarily wasted through
the sack dump during harvest
The device, for w hich .Mr. Ol-
ler has nnnl.cl for a patent,
can be made for $4 or $5 and is
fastened to the sack d'tmp. It
was used on the (". Vlnsscnroot
farm. and. on lOrt1) acres 15
sacks were saved. The appliance
consists i,f a box beneath the
sick dump, and extending beyond
it. Any grain which goes beyond
the sack dump is caught in the
J!r. Oliver, who will enter
I'nlvcrsity of Oregon th!s falli
will either manufacture the in
vention or sell the patent right
to a romblne company. I'ietures
and a working model will be
si. own here at the Northwest
Grain and Hay Show. September
2, 2H and 24.
0. A C. TO BE LOWER
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L-,"'r- -on.iiii!s r.epi. j. Laving
"'" "" """"" 'm....-,..s on me w. a.
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a mom,,, and for jiien at M0.6:..
i in1 uiree women s nails will pro
vide board and rooms for SH0 women.
Living costs in the sororities are ex
pected In fall below the costs of the
fii-t half of last year,, .when high
prices were at the peak. Tho average
i prices wore j
Tt)ion was ah
t I i ilnvii y pm
about $.'!,! a month, held
purchase of supplies through
imperative . .Managers' Associn-
room wijh another student can meet
tre l'vlng costs at $31 to J:i6 a month.
Tho cafeteria rates are JG a week
wh.rh covers all costs of running the
LEONARD WOOL ACCEPTS
POSITION AS GOVERNOR
OF PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
MANILA. Sept. 2 (A. P.) Major
General Leonard Wood has announced
ill s acceptance of the post of governor
.general of the Philippines
him by President Harding.
JOHNSTON IKFF-.TS Kt'M.XC XKinow coming in substantial quantities
l-OKKST "II LS, N. V.. Sept. 2. It ruin the reopened mines where non-
(I". P.) William Johnston beat .union workers man the machinery,
lulilya Kumagae three straight sets in 'The operators recently Instigated le
the first match of the Davis run 'gal action to force union miners aii'
worlds tennis championships. Tilden, 'their families, falling to return to
In the second match, lost the first two work from the houses owned by the
hois to ShuniiUu.
IRISH AfiD BRITISH
Dail Eireann Proposed Formal
Meeting Between Sinn Fein
Leaders and British Gov't.
TOTAL DEATH TOLL SINCE
MONDAY REACHES 13
Two Boys Who. Climbed Wall
to Watch Street Fighting
Died From Wounds Inflicted.
DL'liLI.V, Sept. 2. d. P.) The
Dall n'.reann proposed a formal con
ference between the Sinn Fein leaders
and the British government, when de
cisions for home rule or more warfare
must -be reached. They have cora-
munlcated Premier Llyd-Gcorge to
Two Roys Killed
BELFAST, Sept. 2. (A. P.) -Two
boys, wounded when they climbed the
wall to watch the street fighting, have
died, bringing the death toll in tho
Belfast disorders since Monday up to
i ' Quiet Hns IJccii Ilcstorcd
RKLKAST, Sept. 2. (C. P.) Quiet
has been restored. The casualties to
tal 17 killed and 200 wounded. The
troops continue masted at the danger
Calls Cah'iii't Meeting
LONDON. . Sept 2. (A. P.) Lloyd
George has sent tho Irish reply to his
latest communication on the tierce
proposal to London for circulation
among the cabinet members, and ow
ing to tho seriocs of Issues Involved
he has summoned a cabinet meeting
for Wednesday at Inverness, Scotland.
Already 100 Witnesses Have
Been Subpoenaed to Appear
to Give Their Testimony.
A ni''iimum of 40 criminal cases
will be Investigated by the gland jury
In the autumn seas' on which will start
September 6, a statement by District
Attorney It. I. Keator this morning
N Already 10 witnesses have been
subpoenaed to appear to give testi
mony on 30 rases, and there lire be
tween 10 and in'more eases which will
call for another GO su!'poen.as.
The Matt Jepson case is enc of the
most Important fmm the point of view
of Interest. About a dozen witnesses
will be examined to tell what they
know in the investigation. Fred Pat
terson has been held on suspicion of
being the man who killed Jepson. the
teed recluse who was murdered and
whose body was then thrown into a
The K. C. Annum case in which the
former bookkeeper In the county road
office is charged with getting funds
from the county is another cufc that
will be considered. Aniann is out on
bonds, and it prohabh will be the lat
ter part of the session before the ac
countants who are auditing the books
will have their reports ready to make.
A'dosen other witnesses will be exam
ined in connection with this case.
Another case of interest in the crim
inal department Is that of Chas. Wrath
n-for.i who is In tail facing vhi'racs of I
assault with intent to kill as a result of
trouble he had with his divorced wife
several weeks ago. He is said to have
fired a shut which barely missed the
woman, and then he t irned the gun
on h'mself, inflicting a flesh wound
wh'rh healed w'thn a short time.
There Is a possibility that the wit
nesses whp testified in the case of the
killing of Louis P.agains at the coron
er's liuiuest will be granted the oppor
timitv of telling ther stories to the
j , it I- na;iA,.n.l it.iiilit.
ful whether such act. on would re more
than a formality. There are many lar
ceny eases ponding, ami one man is
held on a charge of sodomy.
SEATTLE. Sept. 2. (I". P.)
miners famlllos are fighting the suit
to evict them from the company
houses, ncrording to union mine of
ficials in the coal district. Coal is
MARTIAL LAW NOTICE SIGNED;
MINERS WILL NOT RESIST U. S.
FEDERAL TROOPS LEADERS SAY
iMners' Attacks in Mills Creek
Section Last Night Caused
Defenders to Retreat.
AIRPLANES DROP BOMBS .
ON MINERS' STRONGHOLDS
Presence of Government Troops
it is Believed Will Serve
to Settle Situation
I.OOA.V, Sept. 2. (L. I.) Fren
zied fighting Is centering around Blnir
Mountain, Crooked Creek and Mills
Ceek. Both sides have been rein
forced. Every available man is on the
firing line for the defenders and with
I trucks they are bringing new miners
reinforcements. Five have been re
ported killed on the miners' side to
day and one on the state side.
LOGAN. Sept. 2. (IT. P.I The
miners' attacks In the Mills Creek sec
tion last night caused the defenders to
retire. Reinforcements were brought
tip and swelled the citizens forces and
a brisk engagement ensued. Machine
gun fire poured into both camps. Ac
cording to the latest advices, the min
ers arc being forced back. There has
been no authentic casualty report, but
the heat of the engagement indicates
that many were wounded on both
sides. Federal troops have been def
initely ordered to proceed to Charles
ton and St. Albans from Camp Sher
man and Camp Dix. Airplanes are re
ported dropping bombs on the miners
strongholds. Scouts said . they saw
miners flee from buildings Into the
open to escape death. All parties con
cerned, miners, sheriffs, state forces,
operators and union officials are look
ing forward to the arrival of the fed
eral troops and believe their presence
alono will serve to settle the situation.
They expect the already entrained
troops to' arrive within the next six'
Fighting Continues on Mountain !
LOGAN, W. Va., Sept. 2. (I. N. S.) j
r iiiiu HKiiimg; is ill iii,sii,; ill
Blair Mountain and Crooked Creek.
Csualtles occurred at both points.
Six prisoners were captured by the,
Loganites at Blair Mountain.
General Bandholts, who will com-j
nimiu NIC iuinnt iiui,,in ufun iuv-,i at
rival, has established his headquarters tcniber grain closing at 11.24, Ue
in a local office building. comber at 1.25 1-2 and May at J1.29
Military authorities let it be known 1-4. Yesterday's closing quotations
that no half-way measures will be (were September 11.23 3-4, December
used. Once the troops are hero peace j 91.27 and May, $1.30 1-2.
will he restored in tho shortest t'me! Following are the quotations re
posslblc and the most effective means : ceived by Overbeds & Cooke, local
to achieve that end will be used. I brokers:
Hn Warlike Appearance
CHARLESTON. W. Va.. Sept. 2 (!.
V. S. With a half dozen bombing
nnd observation machines circling over
Charleston, the capital began to take
on a warHke appearance.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 2. (1. P.)
C. A. Severance of St. Paul has been
elected president of the American Par
CITY OFFICIALS THINK
;cated to wiakncss in spring wheat
' Times are getting better rapidlv, eitv f l, emiums 1"'re ns as In north-
officials believe, and their opinions are j w estern and Canada markets, it de
based on the fac t that there are more i vcloped that late in the day that 500.
people who have the monev to stage ! l,nM" bushels had been worked, and
wild parties than was formeriv thet'h;lt additional bus.ness was in pro
tase. Police business has been excop-!KrcN' of negotiation, it was also an
tionaiy heavy for the past week or 10 juouiiced that the war fitilncial cur
days, and the record of busy sessions jporation bad agreed to advance III..
j was almost broken this morning.
Sam Luton, Oswald Tie, Roy Fara-I"
burn and Kiifos Wolf, four of the five
Indians wh'o appropriated a car
lousing to Billy McKay and a friend,
also Indians, were given fines ranging j
from J10 to $30 this morning in cit I
court for their part in the wild drive
which terminated when the machine
was driven into a tree. Roy Pamburn
suffered cuts on the face when C"
windshield was broken, and W. K.
Shipentcver. the fifth member of the
is in the hospital as a result of
n shot fired at him as he effected a !
precipitate retreat from the officers . IHCNVER. Sept. 2. (f. P.) West
when they approached the wrecked jf'" governors are eager to co-opcrute
machine. He will be tried later. with Oovernor Sboup to effect a re-
John Timmerman was fined twice. ! peal of the 85 percent freight rate in
On one charge he received $10 fori crease put into effect a year ago. Slx
speeling, and the second charge wasjtcon states were appealed to and the
reckless driving which caused h'm a 'governors of Wyoming. Kansas, South
loss of an additional $2,". The police ' Pakola, I tah and Nevada have til
declare that he went around corn's ready signified tin ir willingness to
between the center of town and the 'join the government.
I i ii iim ii' hum:, wu iwu n iiri-.s. j
The charge of speeding which was .
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referred to the Juvenile officer when
Hatton gave h's age as 16. B. II. Je.i- j
kins wns fined $10 on the nmc charge, j
In the columns devoted to diiinls.
William Parnhart drew $15. and two
John Poes were fined. William Miles
forfeited 'mil of $25. and Will Nelson,
raid a fine of $25. Tho men were ar- j
rested lv Hailev and Neal Thursday
afternoon Tin a charge of gambling, isenucrs. w hich was held outside la
the little dotted cubes proving their' qulna bar last night by the rough seas.
BUTTER CREEK ROAD
IS SOURCE OF WORRY
TO MONEYLESS COURT
That the road up Butter creek
from Echo to the Morrow coun-
ty line Is virtually Impassable
because of Its poor condition Is
stated In a letter received by the
county court today from Harold
E. Pearson, Mr. Pearson la the
star mail carrier on the afore-
said road and he is evidently
discouraged trying to navigate a
highway that la not suitable for
s.immer travel. He asks that the
road be improved if possible.
Many similar complaints have
been received by the court re-
meeting the Butter creek road.
T.to county is handicapped in
tile mutter on account of hick
PUBLICITY FROM THE
'LET 'ER BUCK' BOOK
That Pendleton is being advertised
far beyond the limits of America by
the "Let 'er Buck" book Is the fact
that Is brought home by the news in
a letter received by Charles Wellington
Furlong from Albert Hale of Santiago,
Chile. This leading authority on the
affairs of South American countries,
who was a delegate to the Pan-American
I'nion conferences, read a re
view cf the book which anneared in
Ihe New York Times, and has written
the author his apprejlaticn of tho
publishers are ready to proceed
with a second edition of the book. The
first edition which consisted of 10,000
copies has been sold . A full window
section display of the book In the. Put
nam store in New York -was one of
the features of the book trade of Au
gust The telegram received by Fur
long today is as follows:
"Awaiting your corrections for an
other edition. Ready to stivl Immed
iately." ' "' :
SHOWS DECLINE TODAY
Wheat shows a decline today, Sep-
5 4 14
Wheat Although the market today
was somewhat of a disappo ntment to
the bulls, there is little doubt but the
i technical condition was much hcalth
jier by the decline. The market was
accompanied by free liquidation of
I long contracts after the first hour
! when holders became uneasy on ac
count of advices from seaboard that
the exporters wore showing no dispo
sition to follow the advance, while
! later ill the day, further selling indi-
H'uu.hihi to souuiern oaiiK lo assist in
e.ponai.on m cotton ana grain,
j Purchases made on such setbacks as
be-'seen today will, we believe, prove very
WOULD EFFECT REPEAL
BAR BY HEAVY SEAS
t re., Spt. 3. A. P.)
Fromonl with 25 pas-
ai lived uui'e this morning.
Martial Law Proclamation Re;
quires Only its Issuance to
Become Effective at Once. -
MINERS WILL FIGHT UNTIL :
FEDERAL TROOPS ARRIVE;
'If Regulars do Not Come We'
Will Settle This Thing Our
selves' Declare Strikers.
CHARLESTON', Sept. t.V. P.)
The miners will not offer any resist- ..
ance to the federal troops, their led-- .
rs assured union officials today. Thtf
will continue fighting, however, until .
either the federal troops arrive or the
last member of the" citizen army' H
killed off. "If the regulars do not .
come in, we will settle this thing our-
selvea. We will figh until we lick or.
get licked. Before we are licked, prac--t
tically very union miner In West Vir- ,
ginia will be on the firing line," w ;
the consensus- of opinion the miners"
leaders voiced. .'-.'"' , ' '
Wants Troops Sent at Once
WASHINGTON. Sopti 2. A. P.) "
! Federal troops began moving today ,
from Camp Dii. X. I Camp Shr-man, ...
Ohio: Camp Knox. Kentucky, and Fort
for Immediate ontralnment of forces
for the West Virginia strike xone. -Or-;
ders were issued as a result of tele-...
eram from Brigadier. .General Band
holt urging that troopa be sent at
once, Brandholts tiad been sent to ae
whether the', armed banda would oh
serve the president's command that
they disperse. - Bandholrj Is to com--
mand the troops. - A proclamation de-,.' ;
elarlng martial law has bees 8i(pnd ..
and requires only Us Issuance to be-'
come effective.' ;''.-,-".'"' !
(nivermir Abdicates Hule . .
LOGAN, Sept. 2. (U. P.) Mljicra '
and county forces Tung their fill - .
strength into a bitter battle along the
20 mile front -between Logan And '
Boone countlcsL. This .Is ' believed to -
be the last struggle before the arrival
of the federal troops. Both aides are .;
concentrating men on the ridge. MA-, .
chine guns were used with telling ef- , ;
feet. Airplanes circle gverhead. . .
There is no idea of the number , of '
(dead or wounded. - Some estimates , ,
place the dead at ?0. . : . .
Oovernor Morgan abdicated In fa- ' ,
vor of General Bandholts. command- i
ing the federal troops. The troopa
are expected to arrive late today. ,
Martial law- Is not being proclaimed
yet. It may follow tha failure to stop :
fight'ng. Troops from Fort Benja . .
min Harrison, Ind., are being sent to
join those from Camp Dlx and Camp , ",,
Sherman. - . '
W.H Xot Kesdst Troops ' '
Federal troops from three points ,
will effect cessation of fighting along
the Booho county line, according to
mine leaders. The miners, backing
up their, declaration that they would
return home following the troops' ar-
'rival, and are reported preparinr for
withdrawing. Messengers arriving on "
the f'ghting line with the news of the
troops' convng were, greeted with
cheers. This la taken everywhere aa a
signal to stop fighting, although de
sultory firing continued. Cheering Is
heard all along the 20 mile front. .;
Miners have no intention of resisting:
the federal troops, the leaders say.
Planes Carried Xo Bombs.
IX)OAN. Sept. I. (V, P.) Reports '
persisted here that th aviators had
bombed the miners colony. Colonel
Eubank, commanding the county for
ces, denied this. He insisted the plane
bad been only scout duty and had no
POUTLANI WHKAT MARKET.
PORTLAND. Sept! . 2. (A. I
Wheat la 1.07 to J1.1S.
RARE HIT. AXOTHEll
NKW TORK. Sept. 2. MC P.
Babe Ruth hit his 4J homer in the
seventh Inning of the Yankee-Washington
Same. No one was on bases.-
Reported by Major Leo Moorhoust.
Minimum, 51. - f
Bat. probably j
I f -ffi'A forecast
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