The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946, July 11, 1919, Image 1

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VOLUME 42
WESTON, OREGON; FRIDAY, JULY 11, WW
NUMBER 6
OREGON HEWS NOTES
OF GEIIEBtt INTEREST
Principal Evintt ef tht Wirt
. Erlifly Sketched for Infor
mitlon of Our Rudert.
. Edward Burke, for over to y eare ona
of the leading merrhanta of Baker, la
dead.
A council of the Knight and Ladlea
of Rfcurtiy baa organise d it Lebanon.
" has orgsnli4 at ltotioa,
The Klsmath Parking company at
Klamstk Kella has boon renrganlied
Ilk cspllal Mock of to.ww.
ChHH lo tbe amount of l.ono V at
I mt when titt Vona Pay creamery near
Msrahfleld waa destroyed by flrt.
Tho Mow hotel, owned by W. C.
RutMge, iraa completely, destroyed
by fir on the aftornoon of July 4.
Tba Methodist eongregstlon of Dal
lat la contemplating tba erection of a
new fIS.009 church tb star fotufe.
The atala lino board at went
meeting tt Gold Hill ordered tha crew
t tba quarry reduced from II to all
nan.
Member! of tba Oregon Butt Dantal
taaoelatloD gathered In Portland thla
week for thtir tweaty-aUtli annual
eoav entloa.
II. & C. Phelps, wall known through
out Cleckamaa county, died at tba
family homt In Portland, lit waa l
year of age.'
Tba McKantla pass at tba tummlt
. of tha Cascade mountains la now open
for automobile traffic, according to
latest reports.
' , Tha first of tha 1911 crop of wheat
was brought to" Pendleton last week
from tba Orral Walla ranch, north
east of Yoakum.
Tha Winchester Bay Lumber com-
, paoy at Florence baa purchased from
tho Day Logging company about I.-
000.000 feat of loga.
' If, C. Moore, for tha past 19 years
resident of Wasco county, died at
Gwendolen, east of Tba Dalles.' lit
was 10 year of age.
Ruelneat failures decreased 41 per
oent la Oregon during the first three
month! of 1911 compared with the
same period last year.
'.' ' Tbt grange of Lana county will bold
a Joint meeting In Eugene on July It.
When John O. Kletehum,- national
grange lecturer, will apeak,
A dafty wage of about ftS Is ordt
, nary pay for sheep ahearers. accord
ing to State Veterinarian W. 11. Lytle.
. la Lake county tha sheep owners art
paying 23 cents a head, and any Urn.
It Is ssld,cn shear Icq sheep In a
F0HD00B1ES
AND ALL KINDS-OF '
TRUCK BEDS
MADE TO ORDER, NEAT
. AND NOBBY,
BLACKSMITHINO
in all its branches, .
EoxsEsaoms a Spedaitr.
AUTO TIRES SET.
I LfLL & HAITIAN
At OH Utatllti Ss, WMtoa. Of.
' DFs Ss . Ls iiElseaaeakD' '
i; VeteoySiigcca 'jl
; Hospital at corner of Main ; ;
; ' and Broad streets. i 1
; Phone - Main 253
Liberty Bonds
An absolutely aafe Invest
ment. If you have money to in
vest, buy Liberty Bonds from us.
If you sell Liberty Bonds, sell
to us.
Wa buy and aell Liberty Bonds.
Any denomination 160-$100
$500-11000. , .
': Jamca L. E'lam 2:
"Walla Walla - Washinjrton
tooottotatooaooooootaooooo
A K. Gmusweld baa been appoint
r 'y arbiiol superintendent of Waa
t j i'njtj ior Iba unexpired, term'
iiiuilo am ill by the realgnatlon : of
(1de T. Iwmney.
Tba Pendleton county courted baa
Uken definite action toward obtaining
n landlns place for airplanes. Tba
place seforted will b at Uit Bam Blt
nar placo, three miles aaat of tba rlty.
Two hundred boraaa have baan re
placed by tractors In Lena, county
within tba last year. Since tha plant.
Ing aeaaon of 111! began 10 macblnee
have baan purchased -In tha county,
and tha larger number of them wart
bought thla year. ,
Farmers of Lane county wlfl toon
bare borrowed I'nO.MO umlrr tha pro
visions of tho federal farm loan art.
Appraisements ire partially complet
ed for Inane of f lon.noo, and 00.wm
already ha been borrowed through
tha federal bank at Spokane..
Tha t'orvallla fire department suc
ceeded In preventing furtht-r aprrad of
tba flames which thrcstmtcd to de
al roy I ho town of Peoria. Tho sw
mill waa a complete "Ion. It waa
valued at 110,000. Half a dosen pr
vale dwellings wera also destroyed.
- Although It baa been a continuously
dry aeaaon o far around Baker, (he
ranges are In flna shape. About IS.
009 aheap art grating on privately
owned land la Bumpier and Austin,
and Including those la tha Whitman
forest district. Iba total will run to
TO.000. .
.Oregon ranka among tba first of
states of tha country tngaged In club
work, reports L. J. Allan, la charge of.
PH dub work at tha Oregon Agrlcul
tural college, who baa returned from .
Washington, a C, where ha attended
conference of pig club agents and
wine specialists.
v Russell Hrooks. ton of sirs. Mildred
Robinson Itrooba, county recorder of
Marlon county, whoso appointment as
American vtct consul to Rotterdam,
Holland, has baan announced, la per
haps one of tho youngest members of
tbt American diplomat! service, be
ing bnt 31 yeart old. . -
Oorernment action la an effort to re
cover to the etote tha remaining 11,000
or 11,000 acres of land still In litiga
tion In the notorious Hyde Den son land
fraud esses were initiated upon tho
a'rrive! In Salem of C. R. Arundel!,
representative of the federal land de
partment and an eipert In land fraud
litigation.
"Decaueo of the numerous complaints
of property, overgrown with brush,
grsss and weeds, of banks that bavo
caved down on sidewalks and covered
the paths, Mayor Baker of Portland
baa Instructed Chief of Police Johnson
thst tha police must begin a deter
wm fore, , ow,
t clen up (nelr ppemll,r,.
The hlgH price now being paid for
loganberries It tht basis of numerous
lawsuits now ponding in tha Balcm
courts. Berries have risen In price
from S cents two years ago to centa
tblt yer and grower, who were un
der long-term contract!, are seeking
to rescind them In order to take ad
vantage or tha present high prices.
Motor vehicle registrations In Ore
gon touted T2.M, according to fig
ures made publio by Sam A. Koter,
deputy secretary of atate. Tht total
registration tor all of 1811 was 63,325..
Motor vehicle feaa for tba first skt
months of tha preaent year amount to
1542,340. This la nearly 1100,000 la
excels of tha total feet received all
last year, t , t :
. Tha oil produced by tht mint grow
er! of tbe, Willamette valley will be
pooled thla year, acoaVdlng to decision
of tht Willamette Valley Mint Grow
tra' association at a meeting held in
Eugene. By pooling It la expected a
prtct of from II to 110 a pound will bt
obtained for tht oil thla ytar. It sold
tor $ a pound last ytar and 3 a
pound during Mr?. V
Nina hundred and thirty thousand
dollar! In bond! of tba TatI rigaUon
district art being Issued by tht secre
tary of itata'i office, following final
approval at a meeting of tht Irrigation
seourltlea commission Thursday. It Is
expected that definita ' development
work on. tht project, which coven II,
000 acres of land In Umatilla county,'
will now bt undertaken at onct.
At a meeting of tht deswt land
board In Salem the tranafer of tht
Morton Land company'! project to tht
Walker Basin Irrigation company waa
approved, thus clearing the way for
Immediate development work on the
27,000 acret In- Deschutes and Klam
ath countlea Included in this project.
Tba Walker Basin company Is headed
by Frank M. Tomes, a banker of Ia
Pine, and Includea soma of tht most
Itfluentlsl men of L Pint and tha
Walker Basin mong tts 'stockholders.
ELUSOri-VIUTE
Victory Orchestra on Second Day
'' ' Chautauqua Audiences Aaaured Musical Treat
A Basil of th most delightful vocal moido s beanllfol nolo perhaps, or a pleanlng duet or qttnrtet followed by an
squally delightful program of Instrumental numbers, violin, cello or piano sola, Instrumental duct, quartet and ensem
ble nam be re -turn la tha program of the Victory Orchestra to be presented on the second day of the Chautauqua.
Probably no other orgsnlsatlon of flve young Indies combines In 4tse!f as much- artistic talent as does tho Victory
Orchestra. Few programs" offer auch originality, such a varied and ever-c hanging succession of melody and entertain
ment. l'l : ' .-V ' ' v
rMygxnruun.rxnrn n nwn a rLAjrvj-ivww-w'"-v''.'. ' '.,"w-ti"i- i" - y- - - -
r ranch War Lost It U88.23J Men..
Paris. Tha French losses in killed
tad missing on land and sea, aa of
Sclally obtained up to tba data of the
irmletlce November 11, Kit, amount
td to 1.3.8.231. . ; ':
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CHAUTAUQUA AT VESTOII, JULY 14-18
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Bull Sells for 103.0D0.
Belvedere. N. J. King Pontiae. a
'amous blooded Holstein bull, was sold
y Mrs. Helen-Massenst of the I'e-,
juest stock, farm here to E. B. Hager
f Algonquin, III., for 1100,000..
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SUMMONS
In the Circuit Court of tha State of
- Oregon for Umatilla County.
Myrtle May Heid, Plaintiff, vs. Thomas
iiichard Kek1, Defendant. -To
Thomas Richard Reid, defendant
above named:
In tlie'Name of the State of Oregon,
You are hereby required to appear and
mmwer the complaint of the plint
iif filed Against you in the above
entitled court and cause within six
weeks of the date of the first
publication of this summons, to-wit:
on or before Friday, the 11th day
of July, 1919; and you will take no
tice that if you fail to appear and
answer said complaint or otherwise
plead thereto within said time, the
plaintiff for want thereof will apply
to the Court for tbe relief prayed for
in her said cdhipiaint, namely, for a
decr.e pf the Court forever dissolving
thu bonds of matrimony now existing
between plaintiff and defendant and
for other equitable relief.
- This summons is published pursuant
to an onler made herein on the 26th
day of May, 1919, by Honorable Gil
bert W. Phelps. Judge of the above
entitled court. The first publication of
this summons will be made on the 31th
day of Mhj 1919, and the Inst publica
tion on the said 11th day of July, 1919,
and publication will be made for six
consecutive weeks in the Weston Lead
er newspaper published at Weston,
Umatilla County, Oregon. -Dated
this the 27th day of May, 1919.
Peterson, Bishop Clark,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
' ' Residence and post-office address:
Pendleton. Oregon. .
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ORITISH DIRIGIBLE v.
. CROSSESJTLAIITIC
Giant Airship Complete. Trip
in Safety, After Battling
With Fog and Storm.
Mineols, N. T. Crest Britain's sii-prr-dlrlglble
R-34. the first lighter-tbaa-alr
machine to crocs tbe Atlantic
Orean, anchored here at Roosevelt fl M
after an aerial voyage of 10S hours and
12 mlnutea wbirb covered lilt knots
or approximately 300 land miles.
Passing through denee banks of
elood, with the sun and sea visible
.only at rare Intervals, tbe R-34 wss
forced to cruise 200 sea mllea to reach
Trinity Bay, Newfonndland. from East
Fortune, Scotland, and 1080 aea miles
from, there to Mineols.
- When the super-dirigible arrived
here abe bad left only enough petrol
to keep her moving 90 mlnutea longer.
Iter crew, almost aleeplesa for four and
a hslt days, were weary almost to the
point of exhaustion, but happy at the
, successful completion of their trip.
Haggard, anaharen, their eyet blood
shot from tba long vigil and lines of
care bitten deep Into their faces. Major .
G. H. Scott, tha commander, and bla
officers snowed plainly the effects of
tbe anxious hours through which they
lived wllle they were cruising over
tbe far reachea of Canada and tbe Bay
of Fundy, beset by fog, heavy winds
and terrific electrical storms.-
EX-KAISER'S TRIAL
IS ABSORBING TOPIC
London. Nothing hat fired British
Imagination aa much In years aa tbe
announcement by Premier Lloyd
George that tha ex-kaiser will soon ba
tried In London. It la tha sole topic
of discussion everywhere and tbe wlad
teems wholehearted and unanimous
throughout Britain that the ex-monarch
be brought to Justice without de
lay. The subject has wiped everything
except news of the R-34 from the front
pages of London newspapers, which
print columns of conjecture and com
ment. r ' - , .
Opinion la divided as to whether Hol
land will release the ex-kaiser,' but J.
C. Vandeveer, a prominent Dutch edi
tor, thinks there will be no' trouble, In
bringing about tbe defendant's extra
dition. Dispatches from Holland tend
to etrensthen the view that while there
may be a show of resistance on legal
tnd international grounds, the Nether
lands government will eventually de
liver Its unwelcome guest Into his
ludgea' hands. t
ALLIES APPROVE PLANS
Kolohak and Finnish Forces Prepare:
to Attack Petrograd.
Paris. Approval of a ptan for a,
;oncerted attack upon Petrograd by ;
Finnish, troops and tho forces, of thai
Kolchak government at Omsk waa
liven by the council of five,
A joint nott hat been sent the mili
ary attaches of tha United States, '
3reat Britain, France and Italy at He!-;
ilngfors Instructing them to support j
die Finnish government if it decided'
,o secede to tha request of Admiral j
Kolchak to assist him in the campaign. !
There is no Indication that tho al
led and associated powers propose to
?o further at this time In helping Kol
:hak't plan. but their action In sup
porting tha Finns la regarded as equlv
ilent to assurances that they will
tee tha Kolchak movement' carried
h rough.
Minority Report Against Dry Law.
Washington. Five members of tha
louse judiciary commlMee, In a minor
ty report on the prohibition enforce
ment bill, declared congress shoutd re
ealthe war time prohibition act or
it least lift tho ban in so tar as it
elates to the manufacture and aala
f light winea and beer. .
Major General Allen Commands Rhine
Paris. Major General Henry T. AI
en. It was announced at American mil
iary headquarters, will succeed Llett
nsnt General Hunter Liggett In eonv
nand of tho "forces on tha Rhine,-
he new title of tha army of occupa
tion. . '
The first labor union In Dallas was
organised when 20 employes of tha
Southern Pacific shops organized a
local of iba International Association
of Machia!st
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