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WESTON, OUEGON. llU )AY. MAY (J. 1021
GERMANY IS GIVEN
TEN DAYSTO DECIDE
Teutons Mutt Accept or Reject
Demtndi of Allies By
London 0rmnr will have until
May It le accept the ultimatum of
lb allies on payment of reparation
and guaran: blading br in fuirill
br obligation; otherwise th Ruhr
district wilt be occupied.
Th uprm council dsrlded upon
in eilon lo be tkn should Oer
many fall to accept. The preamble of
lb agreement recited lht Germny,
having failed lo fulfill lb treaty of
Vrlll with respect to reparations,
dlssrmamaat and punishment of the
r criminals nd hsvlng violated var
lout other arllrlae, the allied govern
ment have decided to occupy th
Ruhr. Brliib and Belgian force on
, tb Rhino will Join wlib tbo Ftonrb.
Tb rp ration commission will no
tify Germany of tb wmi payable and
tha eondltlona of payment. Germany's
reply must b aeeeptane with rrva
llnna or dleeusstone. If turn affirma
tive rply la not relvd by lb even
In of May iS Iha occupation will be-
Tb alllal aupram council derided
, lo tak no naval anion aiilnat Cor
many without consulting lb United
- mates. This waa agreed to aftar a
ratbar full dlacualon by tha council
mambara with Admiral Roatty of Eng
laud and Admiral Oraaaat of Franca,
regarding plana for nsval praaaura up
Washington. Tha Oerman repara
tion couniar-propoaala ar unaecept
bla aa a bala for discussion, 8ecr
lary Hugh Informed Dr. Simons. Ger
man foreign minister. In a oota aanl
Tha aecraury alao urged tha Oar
mm poramment to make further pro
poaale dlracUy to Iba allied govern
mania. Ila aipreaaad again the earn
aat daalre or tha American govern
ment for a prompt eettlemcnt of "thl
Tb eommunlcatloo waa made pub
lie without comment and offlclala gen
' orally refused to dlacutt tha altuatlon.
Tb American position la underatood
lo beta bss alnca Germany forward
ad her counter propoaata that a set
' llemeot would havs been advised, If
potalble by dlacualon, .and oven In
tha face of an allied advance Into Oar
man territory, tha United Btatea would
not ceaa to work for auch a aettle
mant. At tha aama time It waa em
phasised that the American govern
ment atanda with tha alllea In demand
ing proper reparation.
. Child Welfare Conference.
The Child Welfare conference held
in Weton Tuesday' and Wcdncaday
of this week, waa a most successful
event Scventy-one children were
presented for Inspection, about thir
ty of -them being found in need of
corrective feeding methods. Wra.
Edith G. Van Deuscn of Pendleton,
home demonstration agent, assisted
by Miss Ussio Lane, nutrition ex-
" pert from 0. A. C, gave Individual
talks to wothera on proper dicta for
growing children. Doctora Wains
cott, Johnston and Best of Tcndloton,
Smith of Athena and McKinncy of
Weston were the examining physi
cians. Mrs. L . I. O'llarrn, local
project leader, aclected as helpers
Mesdames Ellsworth Woods, M. Wal
ter rederscn, Newton O'Harra, C. E.
Flsk, W. S. Price, Albert O'llerra,
Emory StagRa, Joseph Wurscr and
Frank Snider. Entries were made
from Helix, Athena and Weston
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
If this notice is marked it signifies
that your aubscrlptlon expired on tha
first day of May, 1921. Tha Weston
Leader is on cash-ln-advance basis,
and will greatly appreciate your
THE WESTON LEADER.
Miss Anna Lavender, who is com
pleting her first year at Willamette
University, writes to local friend
that she will be glad to return home
to Weston ao aoon aa the school year
( "OYER THE HILL" i
Milton-Free water won Sunday'
game from Athena by the acorn' of
II to 4. Tba game waa much better
than the acor would Indicate, aay
those who aw It The ground were
in a deplorable condition, the Infield
being; located in a rockpllc. Touchet
cornea her (or game Sunday, ami i
aaid to have a fat, acrappy team.
The game will be called at 2:30.
W. C. Kinnit-I in in Halt Uko City
thin week attending buying conven
lionof tha manager of J. C. Penney
Mra. K, C. Roger wan a guest
Wednesday of Mr. Water in Milton.
Kay LeGrow wa up at tho Bcrgc
vln stock ranch on Siuaw 'nek Sun
day and report that Men Kalea
was thrown from a horao and had an
arm fractured. He waa taken to Pen
dleton where the fracture waa re
duced. Mr. Loren II. Hauler f Salem haa
been elected to fill the vacancy in the
high school teaching force. Mr. Dea
ler cornea to Athena exceptionally
well recommended in Science and
Athletica. Athena people will remem
ber him a the preldent of the Wil
lamette Mco Club, which appeared
here laat February.
Mnt. David Stone will go to Walla
Walla Monday for a dress rcheiKal
of the opera, Moiart'a "The Magic
Flute," which will he presented in the
Keylor Grand on Tuesday evening of
next week under direction of Prof.
Olrnon of the Malen Burnett School
of Munic. Some HO voic will be
heard in the opera, a number being
from Milton. Mr. Stone will have
had only two rchearoaU with the en
tire company, but her friend arc con
fident of her entire aucrese in the part
he I elnging, one of the principal
PROMINENT WFSTON COUPLE
ARK UNITED IN .MARRIAGE
A wedding of unusual interest oc
curred Sunday afternoon, May 1st,
when Mis Ruby Price became the
bride of Lyle Webb. The ceremony
took place at 2:30 p. m. at tho home
of tha brido'a parents, Mr. and Mr.
W. S.' Price, north of Weston, and
waa witnessed by relatives and Inti
mate friend of tho bridal couple.
The house was elaborately decor
ated with apple olossoms, masa of
fragrant pink and white , flowera
banking the altar where the nuptial
vowa were oxchanged. Rev. A. J.
Starmer, officiating clergyman, em
ployed new and Impressive ring
serviced The bride was radiant in a
beautiful gown of ivory satin. She
carried bouquet of Ophelia roses,
combined with orange blossoms worn
by the bride's mother at the time .of
Following tho cerumony, congrat
ulatlona and good wishea were ex
tended to the happy young peoplo,
after which delicioua aurpcr was
served. The wedding cake, prepared
by Mra. Charles M. Price, aunt of
the bride, was an outstanding feature
of the repast, and waa cut by the
young wife in a manner conforming
Mr. and Mrs. Webb left Sunday
evening upon a honeymoon trip to
Portland . and beauh resorts.
The bride is n member of a prom
inent pioneer family of Umatilla
county, an accomplished and . cul
tured maid,' enjoying tho affection
and cstttcm of all her acquaintances.
Lylo Webb is tho son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Webb of Woston, and Is
a young man possessing many admi
rable qualities and recognised busl
noss ability. Mr. and Mrs. Webb
plan to establish their future heme
in Weston. V
A splendid array of. wedding gifts
attest tho genuine popularity of tho
Tho following guests participated
in the joyous celebration:
Mrs. M. J.. Maybce. Mabton,
Wash.; "Mr. and Mrs. George May
bee and son Loren of Pasco, Wash.;
Misa Ruth Murray of Spokane;
Wash.! Mrs. II. J. Taylor of Pendle
ton; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Webb, Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Price, Mr. and Mrs.
James II. Price, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Marvin Price, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
M. Trice, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price
and son Eldred, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Price and daughter Zona Catherine,
Mr. and Mrs. Tim McBride, Mr. and
Mrs. L. I. OUarra, Mr. and Mrs.
Ion Lundell, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hart
Williams, Rev. and Mrs. A. J.
Starmer; Mesdame A. G. Winn and
E. M. Warren; Misses Wavel O'Har
ra, Mina Pric and Ora Webb; Mr.
George Winn. x -
A REAL HOME ON A" NARROW LOT
J 'v-J 5T"
I " y i i
tn rv1.- -'CJ
IT would be One If every, bom
builder could afford a big. broad
lot. But thl never wa the case,
and with mounting cost of Isnd
and street Improvamet ts, It Is lesa
ao than ever now. A great many
people must build their bouses on
comparatively narrow lots. They
can do tbla and (.till have attrac
tive bomea. If they are careful to
secure the right design.
The house here shown I only 18
feet wldo. Even with the bay nd
the aide entrance. It will go on a
25-foot lot, and go beautifully on a
!ot JO feel wide. .
Opening the door fiom the side
porch, you enter a email ball. On
(No 206) ''
Di-iMwr MP THE CONDITION OF
RLPORf OF THE CONDITION Oh
h.. w . ii I. i. v i . ... i n ii nr. wv . m .
I IIO I flillli. u ' t ' . ,
ton, in the State of Oregon, at the
close or business April zs, ii;
Loans and discount $202,605 06
Overdrafts, socured and un-
secured .2-3 87
Bond and warrants.... 18,486 42
Banking house S.&tJO 00
Furniture and fixtures 1,000 00
Other real estate owned 8,272 3
Due from approved reserve
banks l59r? 12
Checks and other cash item 6o 06
Cash on hand 7,749 86
Total.,.:.'...:...-. $258,743 78
Capital stock paid in..... $ 30,000 00
Surplus fund.. :.. 16,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex-
peiwcs and taxes paid
Duo to banks and banker ... 43 98
Individual deposits subject
to check 90,903 42
Demand certificates of de-
posit 1,860 bO
Time and Savings deposits 49.6S2 03
BiUsjble for money bor-
Other lin'biiities .,' 10.610 90
Total A $258,743 78
State ot Oregon, 1
County of Umatilla, f "' . ..
1, E. M. Smith, Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
bust of my knowledge and belief.
E. M. Smith, Cashier.
J. H. Price, ' -
G. W. STACOfl,
S. J. Cl'LLKY,
' , , Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 6th day of May, 1921.
C. X. PlNKERTON,
(SEAL) Notary Public.
(My commission expire Mch. 24, 1921.)
Miss F.sther William, accompan
ied by Miss Frances Cudhy of Yak
ima and Miss Margaret Carlson ef
Boise, Whitman College students,
were guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Williams for the week-end.
ib right la the etrlrway. Directly
before you Is the dining room. 11
feet by 11 feet, 10 Inches, with a
bay which not only gives it plenti
ful light, but adds much to Its ap
parent slie. A door between this
room and the ball Insures privacy
for the family If a visitor calls at
- Id front of the dining room la the
Jiving room, 11 feet 10 Inches by
1 feet 2 Inches. In front of that
la. the living porch, aix feet wide
and going nearly across the front
of the house. This porch almost
double the spaciousness of the liv
ing room. Tb tram Itself ba no
flrcplace many do not like that
feature In ao small a house and la
lighted from three sides.
At the rear of the bouse Is the
service porch. The kitchen la II
feet. 10 Incbea by feet and get
llgbt from three side. The' Ice
box I o placed that It can be
filled irom the poich. Tb atepe
leading to tho basement atop at a
landing on grade level, from which
a door opena to the outside.
L'psUlra are two ball closets, a
bathroom, and three bedrooms.
One of these Is of generous size,
the others amaUer. Over all la aa
i The bouse Is built of common
brick, a material which In sturdl
ness and un pretentiousness 01 lb
design. Any lighter construction
would make the house look flimsy.
The gypsum planter Inside Is put
on metal lath, which makea a
splendid (Ire resisting barrier, and
the roof Is covered with asphalt
shingles, another Same fighting
substance. An incendiary would
have hard work to burn this house,
and when he got through, four
fifths of Its value would remain.
The first cost la little If any mora
than that of frame construction,
and the value, after a low year of
use. Is 'twice as great
The Permanent Building Bureau,
in the Chamber of Commerce, Chi
cago, Is prepared to prove these
statements and give any help la
Last Friday evening, members of
the M. E. Church choir presented to
.I.in.i'miih. anil aof ft all m.
inm jelly moulds, to add to the fur-
nishings of her new home.
Our economical, conservative method eliminates waste, credit losses, col
lection expenses and turns these savings back to you m lower retail prices.
Just Arrived, neat and attractive Georgette, Mignonette and Crepe de
Chine blouses. Splendid values at $2.98 each.
New Lot of nifty dresses in combinations of Printed Georgette, Crepe de
Chine, Mignonette and Charmeuse Satin. Such beautiful dresses for the
money are not seen outside of a J. C. Penney store. These dresses are
priced at only $12.50.
Remember, you can buy good brooms here for 49c, 25 bars of white laun
dry soap for $1.00, Clark's or Coat's sewing thread for 5c per spool.
Buy here and save money on your purchase.
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SUggs' timely hit and Rayborn'a
ainglo were the cause of W. 11. S.'a
r,lv score airainst Athena, last
Monday, With KUggs on third Ray
born took his trusty bat in hand and
turned the trick, bringing Stagg
home. Kap Kretaer two-season
men garnered the prodigious score
of nine runs. IUyborn gave promise
of being a real high school pitcher in
another year and did well against
Athena's heavy hitters. Many errors
were the dark side of the contest
Practically all the r.lne will be in
school next year and it ia hoped the
local team will "improve with age."
Final exams are to be held today,
Monday and Tuesday. Many stu-
dent who abhors the school book
ubually will be found earnestly en-
dcavoring to extract from them some
lant-minute knowledge. A grade of
W exempt one but then who, pray
tell, gets a 00'
.School cIor.es, amid tear and loud
protestations from both teacher and
pupils, on May the thirteenth. (Ask
any young hopeful if he thinks thir
thirtcen is jinx.)
Weston High athlete grabbed off
one of the few bright daya lately and
practiced gymnastic; then went to
Athena Friday and nearly copped on"
a track meet Were they surprised?
I'll say they were. For they got 32
points white Athena only 1 got two
points more and Adama, poor thing,
took 14 away to ita lair. Technically,
by all the rules anu regulationa, Wes
ton received more points than Ath
ena. . Payne, who won the mile by
default, got only five points, while
according to the Oregon rulea he
should have had five, three and one
Biiuum iiis uw, ..,
had tennis entries and Adama and jt would repeal the war resolution af
Athena did not, which should garner fating Germany and Austria-Hungary,
by default at least ten simoleous impound alien enemy property, and
figures. But alas, such little trifles Te.r,t to the United State all rights
were overlooked and we are reported ,nd privilege under the treaty of Ver
to be second! The columns, accord- MlIlea and other peace trestle,
ing to the report aent, look like this: Senator Lodge In Inaugurating tha
Fifty-yard dash Bulfinch, one deUte toid ,he tBat treaties
point for third place. wItll aemany nd other nationa with
One hundred yard dash Bulfinch,
three points for second place.
Pole vault Payne, one point for
KKHf a t r CAAAnH nlQMI
High jump no points
Four hundred forty yard dash
Phinney first. Snider third
hinnev first. Snider third; five and
, Bread jump-Bulfinch, one point
Mile run Payne (by default) five
Four hundred forty yard relay
Phinney, Jones. Rayborn, Bulfinch;
five points for first place.
ti, kj fh
presence of such notables as Sim
Culley, Harl Williams, Sim Barnes,
Athena and Pendleton, Oregon.
c7 ation-wicte Jrustituiiort
BURNS OFF GOLUMEIA
gurviVOn Of TokUVO MlfH Aft
Picked Up By Army Trin-
Portland, Or. On Ufa waa lost,
eght perng were missing and IT pet
jn were njure aDd suffering frees
elpoaur, when the Jspsnes ataam
Twkoyo jtaru. of tha Toyo Klaeal
kd, line, Monday waa destroyed f
f,re t tt about M mttM sotithvaat
Qf ,oul Qf tb Columbia rlrar.
According lo Informal!, received
by wlrelesa from the veseela that went
to.tb. assistance of the buralng vesl.
the steamer was transfarmed Into a
floating furnace within i an l ftw
tha time the .blp'a radio fiuM
first 8. O. 8. ,
The army transport Buford w tl:'
rat to reach tk aeen and tfc sev.a-
tr-four member of tha crew aad p
enger were picked np from th vata
and from lifeboats to which tbey bad
been driven by tba flamea.
Eight tailor, member of tba ere
of th Japanese steamer Tekvyo Mara,
died aboard tha United Sutaa'anar
transport Buford after having bees
rescued from their owa ship from aa
PASSED BY SEIIATE
Waahlngton, D. C The flrat t
toward placing the United Btatea M
a technical legal basis of peace waa
taken by the senate In adopting tha
Knox peace resolution.
The Tote for adoption waa 11 to 21
. iuQ rmiuwvu UVW WW mw
wh, h the rtntea states had baes st
war would roliow tne unex reaoiuiioa.
. .... va notl th.t u,, rrBIted
States would not "abandon" th allies.
I UC TULO UU luc yvmw icnn.im
Brecedc(i by tense partlaaa elaehes.
The vote on the peace resolutios
.v .u u.. n ma.
, hiDi the measure and all but five
Ill" x rjj uuiivss.ua uu uf
democrat voted ww tlres sgalsst
'Tans e, ""
others. It's nice to know they take
n interest in the bump of knowledgs
cp on tw 0. c mdkjt Buper.
intendent at Athena, treated th
Kng royally on sandwiches, cake,
pickles, coffee n'everythong. .
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