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About The Weston leader. (Weston, Umatilla County, Or.) 189?-1946 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1920)
WESTON, OREGON. FRIDAY. SEPT. 21. 1920
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"0VE1 THE HILL"
Kr.iv.l JVrba will mov hi family
Into the IVKiwc i-tprrty which he
rwfiitly purchased, and will vacate
- . . , Mw lirll cottage, whir he has resld-
Anarcnlsts Mold to Blamo for u for several montha.
Th lat field of wheat to be har-
Destructive Wall Street
vested ii that of Melville and Flint
Juhni, eouthrast of town. The Scott
Ilanlatcr marhina did the work.
Tha rain hava started th wed
to growing on tha summer fallowad
land, which rails for cultivation on
tha part of tha farmer. Tha cultiva
tion In process of weed killing- alio
puts the noil in prima condition for
Naw York Tha Investigation of the
etplnsloa la Wall street, which coal
IS Uvea and did property damage
teeedlng 11,000.000. broadly divided
iiMlf ' Into two separata channels.
Firm la thalr baltaf that lha disaster. hn whrat M.unit
waa cauaad by a tlroa bomb planted rollp, of Wrtk BpoU h-ve ,,rvc.
by a band of aaaroblata. who were ,,ed in tha pavement on lower Main
also Implicated In Iba mall-bomb plot htrrtt, owing to the aoft condition of
la June, llt, department of Juatloe tha bae at that point A section of
investigators, haadad by William I. tho hard surface has- been removed
Flrnn, chief of tba departmant't
bureau of Investigation, hava center
ed tbslr afforts tn eeeklng tha Ideality
of tha person or persons who tfapoaltad
flva radical olroulare In a mall bot
Baar tba arene Just taw minutes be
fora tba esploslUoa.
Biatsmeota by two mwa, ona of
whom clalma to hava aaan tha "death
wagon" which cartad tba aiptoslva
to penuit of repairs bring made.
Mr. and Mr. Ilujrh McArthur ara
kM-ctvd soon to arriva from thoir
homo in Portland for a visit here, be
fore going to California fur tha win
ter. Mr. McArthur's health is not
much improved sinca visiting hero in
the early summer.
I.. J. Foss, old-time Athena resident
but now of Terrebonne. Sherman
r O J I V
standing near the aenay office at 10:10 vowV ' lwn Ihis w treet-
ng nis many irivmia. nr. rose, who
was in company with his son Austin,
who now resides in rendition, haa re
cently recovered from aserioua illness.
Charles William hat leased his
farm to Tillman and Fred Bcckncr,
and will move to Athena to resldo
'A. M., ona and ona-balf hour before
tha aiplosloa In Wall street occurred,
and tha olbar, who claims to hava aaan
tirsa nnn rnnnlng away from tba
eana Just bafora tha blast, furnlshad
tha most Important davaloptoanta la
tba Invasiliatlons of the disaster.
MEMORIAL HALL,; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 '
Tho smoke and thunder of the great steel-making city
ia contrasted vividly with the splendid home of the wealthy,
in "Dangerous Days." A subcrbly directed picture by
Reginald Barker of Mary Roberts Rinehart's great novel by
the same name. .
Mary Roberta Rinehart has probed the souls of men and
women in this Jhunderjng drama of social forces and a great
national crisis. Interpreted by an all-star cast and directed
by Reginald Barker this picture marks an epoch in film
.lurlnir flm Mjtt.w.l 1 1 i -It .
tiparu In tha polio bomb .quad d.UBhtcr, M1 ynnci u Ullfh
who bav. examined and pieced to- tha iih lLnd 6th gntk, , th Atbe
m",' irsamania oauevaa 19 .chools, while Frank and Ruth
.... , j,,ri or me oomo oeciaree pupjj, jn t .chool.
tba dssdly mlsslla apparently walfbad w. II. Reader la down from hi. T
' ... . . T ?tho .Athcn- Mr ' " Mrs. Frank Bcr- the m
..oiiiinnngiKiimigii enjoyinff Bocxl health at Drvsent. tin -I Ik. ,.riU .!... .:..
Beside the big picture, good comedy and Pictograph
will be filmed. A50-centshow for the regular prices, 35c
and 15c. Do not miss it
as ho reiterated the details of
murder. "I went into the sheriffs
tba ataal shoaa from th. hind lw. f fc.u. . .'il "" " ' T ,M" Jiorealc, and there I
... . ,, t t . . T . V 7 " propeny was recently negotiaU-d for tound Kathey and Owens rUnrhi
to ThJ corne", ot SLo and "'w-f FTS!" k. L? F,Ur' KUnM taSr and'.noTher man K
;';n,J, tbJorn'' ot Ilrod nl Fr,cnd, n Athena. wera remcmoered his claim, and Mr. and Mrs. Dickeson Urst impulse wa. to run but as I
J, " 1.1': T: I:!. rlmm"? " m-0V: ,n thc ne'r mart fl00f? 1 P "P. took aim and
OKEGOff HEWS ROTES
Tour stores at Oaston wera robbed
last week. Tba robbers took consid
erable merchandise but littla cash.
. Tba capital slock of tba 8pauldin
IxBglng company of Salem haa bean
Inrreaaad from 1160.000 to 12.800,000.
A marked decrease In orders la not
d by tho Bend lumbar factories co
incident with the raise In freight rates.
Tha1 falsa work ot tba new Meharoa
Lyoni bridge over tha Bantiam river,
near Lyons, baa been washed out. caua
Ing considerable loss. ,
A flow of natural gaa waa discover
ed on the farm of A. M. Zlnk a few
miles north of lone, which baa created
Oien Sawyer, 35 years old. me
chanic employed by tho Oregon Pulp
at Paper company, was drowned In tba
Willamette river at Salem.
It la estimated that tbe apples from
tha Moiser district this year will tout
19.000 boxes as compared to yield
of 125.000 boxes last year.
County Fruit Inspector Armstrong of
Douglaa county haa Issued to fruit
growers and dealera a warning to dis
continue the sale ot dlaeased fruit.
Tha annual conference ot officers of
tba Oregon Y. M. C. A. will be held at
Hood' River September 25 and 28.
From 75 to 100 deleratee ara expected.
Rains ara proving harmful to ranch
er In Crook county whA hava not
' stacked their second crop of hay. Hun
dreds of tona are still on tba ground.
Under a decision of tha stale board
of control neither tha students nor em
ployes of the state school for the blind
will be held under fast and aet rules.
An increase In salaries ot teachers
at the state schools for deaf and blind
approximating 25 par cent haa bean ap
proved by tha state board of control
Damage to the extent of between
$50,000 and 165.000 waa dona to tha
apple crop of jthe Umpqua valley when
a severe wind storm struck that sec
tion. Tha first official act ot tha new mo
.torcycle cop added to the Roaeburg
LEAGUE TO SETTLE
Finland and Sweden Agree to
Accept Intervention In
Quarrel flver liland.
Paris. Finland and Swedes hava
agreed to accept tha Intervention of
tha league of natloaa for tba aeule
ment of tba dispute between them
ow the possession of tha Aland Is
lands, lying at tha mouth of the Calf
of Bothnia between tba two eonntriaa.
A eonrmlsaion will be appointed by tha
executive council of tha league to In
vestigate the question and reach an
. early decision. -
Tha decision of Finland and Sweden
to accept the Intervention of the teagn
waa taken at a meeting of the council,
which waa attended by Hjalmar Brsnt
Ing. tha Swedish premier, and M. Ene
kell, the Finnish foreign minister.
Sweden's clalma to ownership of tba
Aland Islands data back mora than a
century. They belonged to her up to
1809, when they wera taken by Rusla
and attached to the province of Flo
land. Separated from Russia aa a
consequence of war and tha Ruasisn
revolution, Finland now claims' she la
entitled to tbe continued ownership
of tha group. Sweden la setting np
previous ownership, together with tba
large preponderance of Swedish popu
lation of tha Islands, aa reasons w.y
they should now revert to bar.
91 ST DIVISION TO GATHER
2000 World-War Veterans Expected at
San Francisco Pow-Wow.
Sen Francisco. San Francisco and
Oakland are preparing for the recap
tion of thousands of world war rater
ana during tha two days' celebration
of the second anniversary of tha Jump
off In tba Argonna offensive by tha
91st (Wild Wast) division.
Mr. anil Sim VL A. DllillpV will I. I.....f..l tmm tha nflVo I hut nn intantinn nf limit. n.,w n.ktnrf flnmlav. ftontamber K
nnun ie l urrv 1MIU . " . . . " '. BMUUWW U ACUlViaCJIU T . . "' . : " . r.ti-.t . vr u . y ' '
DUId Mr 01 met I huaipj leave in the near future for their an- The h waa nhotoirranheit bv the killing bherifr Taylor when 1 enter-
nual pilgrimage to Long Bcacb. Call- nri.on Bhotoer.nh.r .nd his Bertil- d hu office. d th "'"K waa
fornia, where they will later be joined on m..,ur,menU UWen. nart then to my fright"
locked in a cell some distance
Dwindling Hanks Forces Request for
Increase In Ouea.
by the Athena colony, aa they rath- i . .n j;..., Hart then told the officers that he
a. a M , , weajnj gw KVU II m iVIl m'tltV UIKMIIIV .
Indianapolis, Ind. Tha boys wno in rr n tho sunny clime for tho winter Jfm tho othcr prjs)ner(,i gjvcn teM waa one of five children and that as to growers.
Ol snswerea inonms. clothing and lnformcl of his rights " yuln ne W"B orive" ra nome oy
Abraham" own Indianapolis. Tha Master Ralph Carstcna has return- j,y warj,;n Compton. a BtPmther. His father is at the
city and atato wera formally turned c-d homo from months stay in Port- We- want you toj0 riKht ,jurjng head of a large decorating firm
over to them by Mayor Charles W. land. While there Ralph had hia ton- vlir hrirf with ... .. Emmctt Bancroft, alias Neil Hart.
Jewett and Oovarnor Jamea P. Good- sila arjd adnoids removed, but belter w,rdc( jn return wo expect to confessed slayer of Til Taylor, sheriff
A. E. Wool pert. Northwest manager
for English apple merchants, saya the
export demand for Hood River New
towns will result In prices aatlsfacory
rich at a semiofficial nytetlng and re- than all he camo home minus his provije you wju, nything you may of Umatilla county, entered a death
caption marking tha formal opening of crutches and wearing an artificial ,,5,4 Bg ong jt ia in reason." cell in the Oregon penitentiary at 5
tha 1920 reunion oTtbn O. A. R. hera "I never would hava killed Til Tay- o'clock, Sunday afternoon, where he
Monday. Mr' MBrth" M,y ,8 onvaloscino; ,or hftd j not been frightened," said will, remain until Nowmber 5, when
Tha ajtocutlva oomtnjtteo tolad to " n"r ""!" reiwncu wt,
Siahtsealns and banqueU tn San
Francisco cafes and hotels by various
units ot the division ara on the pro
gramma for Saturday.
Among the expected guests of boner
ara General Hunter Liggett, com
mander ot tha western department;
Colonel J. B. McDonald, ranking of
ficer of tha 91st division In this vi
cinity; and Major General H. A.
Greene, retired, organiser and com-'
mander of the division at Camp Lewis.
Mrs. Mary Parker, who this week
sold her home on Third street to For-,
ask tho delegates to Increase tha per
...It. in .nt n.r mnnlh Tha
tax I. H cents, not having been f.t Zerba, will probably go to Port-
Homer I. Watta has completed his
at present la 10M0O and It will b. Twy ,u hM h gueBt,
Mceasary to Uka money from tha tM$ wwk Mr )d Mn Burf
pormsnent fund to pay expenses ot tba of tho Northwcstirn Granite company,
who are here from their home at
Haines, Baker county. Mr. and Mrs.
Burr will remain until after the
Tho Warren Construction company
changed since 1190, when tha member
ship was 894.000. Tho membership
Notice to Subscribers
If this notice is marked it oijrni
fles that your subscription expires
Oct. 1. 1920j We would most began the work of grading? on Jeffor-
trratefully appreciate your prompt son street preparatory to putting In
renewal. tho curbing, rocking nd hardsurfac-
Subscription ratea by tho year, ng. With tha completion of this
$2.00; atx months, $1.00; three street and tho half block on Third
months, 60 cents. street, below Jefferson, work will be
lne Leader is invariably discon- started on the two blocks petitioned
Paris. Poland and Lithuania hare
agreed to suspend all hostilities, pend
ing an inquiry and decision ot the
Issma at stake by tha council ot tha
leaguo of nations. It waa announced
tinued at expiration.
Republican Candidate for
Strict Enforcement of tha Law and
a Fair Deal for Everybody.
for on Adams erect
A charred letter, salvaged from, the
mail plana thnt was wrecked near To
ledo, Ohio, September 14, has been
forwarded to the Athena poatoffice
from the office at Toledo. Tha mis
sive is addressed to W. S. Buol, who
formerly resided hero, but died ia
California some years ago. The edgea
of tho letter are badly charred from
the flames which destroyed the mail
Rev, C. L. Lowther was assigned to
the pastorate of the Methodist Epis
copal church in Athena, by the confer
ence recently in aession at Moscow,
Idaho. He is expected to arrive soon
to take up hia work heret Mr. Lowth
er will nl.10 have chargu of the Ad
ams Methodist church,, so it is re
ported. Three new L. C. Smith typewriters
have been added to tho equipment of
the high school commercial depart
ment. Tho class had been operating
borrowed machines since school open
ed, and tho new equipment is apprec
iated by tha atudenta.
Sims Dickeson haa decided to throw -in
his lot with the old town in earn
est, a4)d after making the purchaso of
the Virgil Zerba house in the north
SATURDAY, OCT. 2
Samuel Goldwrynft Rex Beach '
JJieDLUi JLJX U
Directed by Frank Lloyd
iilemorial Hall :: Prices 50c-25c
COimKDOOS SHOW, Beginning 8 P. M.
On Tuesday the Prineville Sunday
schools made a Joint canvass ot the
city In the interest ot the Sunday
schools in particular and the church
As a result of high water, it is prob
able that the new steel bridge across
the Santiam river, being built by Linn
and Marion counties, will not be finish
ed this year.
The postmaster ot Bend reports a
40 per cent increase In the amount of
mail passing through his office over
last year. Cancellations are now aver
aging 3500 dally.
Albany's community house wss open
ed Friday night with a big reception,
which was attended by hundreds ot
local people and a number from Cor
ral) ia and Lebanon.
Among the early-day exhibita at the
Lane county fair this week will be a'
drum that waa made 61 years ago at
Waupaca, Wis., and that still haa ona
of the original heads.
Negotiations are reported to be
pending at Klamath Falls for the
merging of three banks. The combin
ation would be tbe largest bank in the
state outside ot Portland.
The Sherman county farm bureau
will unload at Mora an 8000 gallon '
car ot gasoline. The supply will be
sold at 30 cents per gallon, as against
the local price ot 43 cents.
Initiative petitions are being cir
culated in Deschutea county, asking
for a vote in November on the question
ot a permanent county seat. Both
Bend and Redmond want to be -the
county seat '
ha will be hanired for the brutal narr T
he played in the slaying of a few
Although Hart will be under close
guard at all times, the formal death
watch will not be placed over his cell
until 30 days before the date set for
the execution, according to Louis Com
pton, warden of the prison.
Immediately following his arrival
at the penitentiary in custody of
Sheriff W. R. Taylor, Hart, in the
presence of Warden -Compton and
othcr prison officials, was "dressed
in." The prisoner appeared wholly
unaffected during this ordeal, but
later showed considerable concern
as he was taken by arow of cells in
the main part of the prison and up a
long flight of iron stairs to the Ber
Ice Cream Ice Cream Soda
Lnnches and Lunch Goods
Real Estate and
Pendleton and Weston, Or.
Address -r. U. Box 47 X
renaieiou, uregon v-
Some Special Bargains in
Morrow County Lands.
All Kinds o! Property.
Agent PACIFIC AGENCY.