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Leaders Rush Modifications Of
Legislation To Return lines
Following Action By Burle
son. CONTINUATION OF FIXED
RATES SEEMS PROBABLE
Representative Esch Hints
Postmaster General's Reb'n
quishment Me To Get
"Out From Under."
. Washington, June 0. (United Press)
. That Postmaster General Burleson
still contrail telegraph ana telephone
wires; that hi order restoring control
to the owners wag "flim-flara" anil de
signed to "pass the buck on the wire
strike, " were thoughts advanced today
as the saqate interstate commerce com
rnittee met to consider wire legislation.
N, C. Kingsbury, vice-president of the
American Telegraph Telephone com
pany, declared Burleson's order of late
yesterday "wiped out the opetatlug
board only and allowed the company
to take charge of actual operations."
But the postmaster general, he said,
''still holds control over the wires with
.the wire control board, of which io Is
Washington, June 6. (United Tress)
, Congress will go ahead and press ear
ly passu ge of its resolutions providing
fur return of the telegraph and tele
phono properties to Iheir original own
lis. ncordiug to the outlook today.
The senate interstate commerce com
mi t tee, at' a spcic.al meeting this OiOnv
. ing decided that Postmaster General
Burleson's ordor yesterday announcing
return of operating control to the own
ers, fonstittites a release of some re
sponsihilitv, hut not actual control in
connection with the properties.
Burleson himself, in a letter to the
committee today, expressed a desire to
correct ntv impression tlml lie bad turn
ed Imck anything but control of opera
tion. Ho after adopting an nmendment
to continue existing rates, for nonety
days instead of t0 days, as provided
the original resolution, the committee
decided to stand pat on the K-ilogg
wire return measure as submitted lo the
Washington, June 6. (United Press)
With operation of the telephone and
telegraph companies again in control of
their owners today, congressional lend
ers mean to revise the pending legisla
tion for return of the wires.
Hsuse and senate interstate commerce
pnmmittees were called to consider how
far congress should go to supplement
and complete Postmaster General Tinr
leson's sudden order lute yesterday
handing back control of operations of
the wires tft the companies.
Thut the order dofs sot remove need
(Continued on Page 2.)
J Abe Martin.
It must be awful t dinirijuUi yotrr
self In a world war an' then have tome-1 Htorrs' attorney, the defense fully ex-
ou-offer yoa a job U iwmin before'pMted to use Buth as the main bulwark
Ton've been noire twenty imrmUi. Th of his fight against the charge of se -
Moots weddin went off withMt hitch auction by the state againM the
last night Th" groom didfl show op. former Ki g. eoaoty depnty sheriff.
Summary of Situation in
Canada Shows Strikers to
Be Losing Their Hold
. . torn-. A,,t .1 1 1 n a !:,... I I.....
f orts on the Canadian strikes re
p here today showed:
r. f VtX situation unchanged.
Railway unions refused to
1 ik. sC tot another fenernl
Vans ,-cr More shipping workers
Montreal and Ottawa Unchanged.
Mayor Gray of Winnipeg sent word
that government machinery was work
ing to put an end to radical agitation
were, with arrests certain.
By Jam ee T. Kolbert
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Winnipeg, June 6. Parades and
street gatherings were forbidden here
today- in a proclamation by Marti.
The proclamation was issued in the
hope of preventing such melees as oc
curred yesterday when general strike
parades collided with a procession of
returned soldiers opposing theatrike.
Ihere were numerous fist fiirhts and
threats ef a riot which was calmed by
prompt action of leaders on both sre
Doth factions in the general strike
are bidding for the support of the re
turned soldiers. The strike committee
claimed 12,000 warriors are helping it.
mayor trrny declared thoso figures ex
aggerated. He annonneed 20(10 "loyal-
lai suiuiers nave oeen sworn in is
special constables and said many more
"Jits" Replace Street Caw.
Vancouver, B. C. June 6. Ev re-
winding the bylaw making tho opera
tion of jitneys illegal, the city council
yesterday afternoon assured the citl
zens of transportation despite the strike
cf the street rnilwaymen. Several hun
dred jitneys arc now running.
At a meeting of organized telephone
operators last night, it was decided to
go out on strike should the strike com
mittee decide to make the call, it wns
unofficial' .announced by one of the
members late lust night. Before the
vote wan tnken tha imfminr k.ai-i) an
address by one Who was in favor cf the
sympathetic strike. No confirmation of
the result of the meeting could bo -se
cured from a representative of the un
ion last night, but no denial was iiir.de
of what was reported.
Food in any desired quantity or any
kind desired can be secured. The Luteh-
er shops are open, though operating
with depleted staffs, and all who comc.Leaue t Kn force Peace and state de-
to buy are served. Groceries arc doing Prtment officials to refuto intimations
a brisk business.
Steamer Service Resumed.
The situation along the waterfront re
mains practically unchanged. Differ
ent coast boats continue to come in,
and as soon as they dock their seamen
and deckmen are called out by the busi
ness agents of their unions.
Only in one instance was this changefl
The Canadian Pacific coast steamship
RUTH fflSOH TURNSiS
EVDEKGE fOR STATEi
Called For Defense, Girl Is1
Star Witness For Prose
cution. Mino2an, Wash., June d. With
bowed head and flaming face, Ruth
Harrison took the stand ftcre today
and feared everv detail of her ruin at
the hsiuis of Dudley Stnrrs.
I. a it night her attorney, A. K. Hilen,
announced that Ruth had turned
against, Htorrs. Today she made good
on llllen ' prediction.
Th. girl esme into the eoiirtroom
laughing behiu4 Ktorrs back, as he sat
with his nutter and sister, Klsie
Storm. Ruth tiurncd a glance at Htoirs
but he did not see her nntil she passed
tas jury nor to take ber place on the
After the first sight of each other
since March 17, Ruth leveled a long
look at frtorrs, who returned it, eye
to eye. Not a flicker of the eyelid did
either betray by the slightotrt emotion.
Okanogan, Wash., June 6. Ruth Gar
rison. irl lover of Dudlev Htorrs. was
scheduled to take the wtiiiess sUna to -
day for the state and give evidence to
help convict him of seduction.
Ruth Garrison has turned against
.storrs, accor.lmg to A. R. llilan. who
wi'.h I homes M. Askren of Kettle,1"'" Pr" uBar,n ,nrm-. , ,
savH the roDthful slaver of f.rr.' , m" " h"M ot
mit. Mr.! KliMbeth .orra. ,fc independent socialists taking over
from a life term at Walla WaU.
Hilan will take the center of
stage as prosecutor and will le:,d Ruth
prison tnrougn net snruia siory woen
she takes the stund. In the twinkling
of an eye Ruth switched from fetorrs'
defense to a prospective star witness
for the state.
Originally summoned to Okanogan en
a court oraer ootainea oy r. u. rmnn,
service got a boat away last evming
at 6:30 for Nanaime and the eustoaiary
11:45 steamer for Victorisv
News regarding the strike and all
other matters of public importance will
continue to be published in the news
papers without being censored by rep
resentative of the Typographical unioa,
they having disclaimed any intention
of ever having intended to establish a
censorship .and have proffered the ex
planation that the difficulty between
itself and the newspapers during the
past few days was entirely owing to a
The city remains quiet, ne disorders
of any nature having so far been re
ported to the police.
JOHNSON HAY FORCE
ACTION (El MEASURE
California Senator Wants Vote
On Bi3 Asking Terms Of
Washington, June 6. Th senate
unanimously today ordered Investiga
tion of the peace treaty leak.
A moment later, without debate, the
Johnson resolution demanding the state
department Immediately make public
the peace treaty was passed.
By L. C. Martin
Washington, June 6. Heuator Hiram
Johnson was to make an eftoit today
to end debate on his resolution demand
ing pulilicntion of the peace treaty, he
announced, responding to complaints
f''(!m, l"n"OT ' a) di'batt is
holding up vital legislation.
Johnson will insist on a record vote
on the resolution which has been beforo
the senate more than a week. Before
disenssion was resinned it was eipjeted
.lh'' 'ommlttee on control of senate )
,I,,nw "O"'1! favorably report the Hitch I
cui k tckuiiiiiuii nir b invesiigauvn ui
uie treaty lean. ' itueneocx sum ne
would try for an immediate, vote as he
believed there would be piatcically no
opposition to the investigation.
If the investigation is orderei the
plan is to call representatives Oil the
trnien isenstor iiiT-wcnc. cnargen naa
! been made that the administration, has
improperly favored certain interests in
this country while withholding the
trebly from the senate and country.
Uayd-Gcorge Denies He
"Wobbles" 0a Revisions
Loudon, June 6. (United Tress.)
an effort to allay perturbation of
the public, parliament and press regard
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I IJ'.fc. 11," in nvii,,,. V.l VUH
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cessions to uermsny, i rentier i.ioyu-
orge has taken the unusual step of
posting t flat denial in the lobby of
the house of commons.
The Northeliffe press is leading a
bitter ntlack on the premier.
the only sen-
the Mail, "the premier is weaken. u
and wobbling In the face or me roe."
HMSE SAYS GERMANS
f I i r 1 rtt If
OOOaiiSl liCdUer HOImU Utl
Better Terms If Possible,
By Carl D. Groat
(United l'rees staff correspondent)
Berlin, June 5. Hugo Haase, lead
er of the independent socialist, declar
ed ia na interview today that Germany
should sign the jieace treaty regardlesw
of whether she can obtain any modifi
cations. Personally, I believe the German
1 delegates should do their gtravt to se-
i . modifications, but they should
nT " "
disadvantageous for Germany not
i . -V1. '"V. '
ithe government, unless the workers
generally demanded it.
it tr ,.:i ;A:n ; m.mtind . r-..l a. .
. tl(,n M;fVt
fh. -n,.;,!;,. factions will undertake
to form a coalition government," he
aid, "lint sue a movement would not
be attempted by force."
Itsase admitted he had hesrl nnn
of a p'an to atten-.pt to overthrow the
Zovcrnnient June 7. but said that in-
vestigation had proved the rnnior false
j Kviimrls wre in eirrulstioa that
i - eiersl member of the a".;;act arei
prepared to rer gn if the peace treaty
n not altered.
h Tiroes Of
ii&n Bdweta h-
Of Paper Honey...
LSA!T3 LOCK UPCj
R0U2ES WITH DOUBT
Currency Prbted In Great
Sheets Lke Postage Stajsps
And Wcrtn Less, Says U, P.
By Frank J. Taylor
(I'niU-d Press Staff orresMnoc.t.)
(pyrialit 1919 by the United Presa.)
Paris, June S. The economic planks
in the bolshevik platform appear to be
the weakest part of the soviet structure-
Rebuilding Russia is almost a supor
human protilem. ICven the bolsnoviki
are beginning to wonder if it vau bs
done through Bolshevism, They ae be-
gimingto realize that bolshevism stands
or falls with the results of their eco
nomic experiments, sinne communism
has made everyone deeadent upoi. the
stuto for a livelihood. The bolshevik
have voluntary shouldered the enormous
task of feeding, clothing and financing
everyono in Kussia. ISo far they have
been unable to meet the doubters 'with
tho statement Pi . , ' ,
"Wo have hae no chance to develop
tho economic phases of communism ow-
t poiitiCai nd militury opposi-
Money Worth Little.
Hovlet Russia is in the throes of
rae.H bntween the money run for the
orintins Dresses' and tho increase off
prices and wages. By confiscating al'
tBt. bourgeoisie's printing presses the
, bolsheviki have kept pace and they
uav, iliUaw.d wages almost aiontUy to
mooting the rising cost of living.
Everyone hu begun to wonder il this
financial marathon ran be stopped
short of an actual collapse. The peas
ant have become skeptics! and refuse
to sell food for roubles,' which tue bol
sheviki print in huge pages like pes
tngc stamps. A number of times I have
seen a commissary reach into a desk
drawer, pull out a sqnsre yard of rou
bles and hand it to some one, who
would tear off a string of do.rn or
more without bothering to separate the
individual 20 rouble pieces. Wrings like
stamps are carried by everyone.
Development at Standstill.
Stimulating factory production and
replacing individual intiative is a prob
lem that bothers the bolsheviki. it is
not difficult to take over a nuinbtr of
factories and run them by tnear.3 by
Soviets, but establishing new industries
1 1, another matte....r. A new suuiemr
economic mission has been appointed in
so effort to stimulate industry ai.u re
place capitalistic initiative, fo far its
accomplishments have been contined to
The greatest test of boUhevism will
come when their army is demnbilired,
necessitating their eoping with sn tuor
mous unemployment problem. Lie are
offering concessions to induce e&pitn!
ists, foreign preferred, to build u,) the
! railways and nvw industries, which tin
.'st wM take over at the end of
number of years. But they want the
capitalists to grant the same labo, con
ditions as the nationized industries
where the working day has been re
duced to 8 or S hours fnd wsges are rle
cided by the unio . The capitalists de
clare it is impossible to meet thest con
ditions since the state makes up the
deficits under which the eojumunized
industries arc operating.
Getting food to the industrial cen
ters is a difficult problem owing to the
shortage of locomotives, which is due to
military demand. .
There is plenty of food is Kussia.
Villages sre overstocked while Petro
grad end Moscow are starving on ra
tions though monny buys anything, at
rWUu.iivoA ','7 '""'
Itflt. m-hieh the ltotsheviki no lonfffr
seeks to control. The government sell
a limited amount of food to then" co-
oirative markets, recognizing tiiiee of
ficial categories: Full rations for nu
ual laborers; light rations for ofrttf.
workers and hunger rstions for tne
bourgeoisie. Everyone is obliged lo pa
tronize these open market. When I was
in Petrograd recently these price were
quoted to me:
Wheat fioor, Ki0 roubb s a poua l.
Butter, 200 roubles a pound.
Hugar, 2-"i0 roubles a poun-L
Bread, 80 roubles a pound.
(Continued on page three)
Daniels Predicts Mile-a-Minute
Navy Not tclarh Time Now
Auaapolis Md., June 6 (United Press)
Predicting mile a minute batllt ship,
and EO0 miles an hour trans-Atlantic
airplanes, (Secretary of Nay ianiels
today told the graduating class of the
naval academy here that the navy must
not be allowed to stand still because
the war is over. I
"All your foree and energies are
needed for we are determined that the
navy shall not, as it did after the dps-1
uh American war, mark time for a de-1
cade," Daniels said. i
Daniels reviewed the truus Atlantic
flight, the speedy repair of the partly
wrecked Interned German ships, the fir
icg of the 11-inch guns ou the western j
front and the laving of the North 8ea
mine barrage, all of which, he said, were'
navy achievements. ,
Previous to tho flight. Daniels said,
a starr was created fOr special study """" imni
of the problem and new instrument, in- for h 70th anniversary of the f juna
eluding the aerial sextant, the speed ln of the institution. He will leave to
and drift indicator, wore developed. , morrow night with bis regalia and ar-
"We did not undertake this flight
for a mero 'stunt', but as a senou. at-
tempt in the navigation of the air
which would blaze the way so thst oth-
pr mioht fallow ul takn sdvu-itste 1
of the knowledge our aviators guiued,
"But for heavy fog, there ia every
r'esaon to believe all three planes would
have made the entire voyage success
Daniels said the highest ship speed
now was about 35 knots.
Mew Mexico Success.
"Home day some man will design
mile a minute ship and I hope it will
be a naval constructor who will do it,"
Daniels said. He reiterated picvions
statements that the new Mexico, the big
oil burning battlenhip wae an eiitiic suc
cess despite predictions to the contrary.
mm SEE JULY 4 '
Government Officials Say
Reds Plan Third Attempt
To Disrupt Order.
Washington. June 6 (United Press)
The word is being passed through
"rod" ciries for demonstration on
July , government officials here have
been informed, it was learned today.
A-cording to thew reports, the
"May Dny" outbreak, the June 2
bofi) outrage ami the July 4 plot
spectacle, oonstitute a progress ve ser
ies of demonstrations against tho gov
ernment. As a result every precautionary mess
ure U being taken by official to
thwart the "reds" insofar ss the ex
isting laws permit.
Congress is preparing legislation to
further the government's campaign
against the menace.
Commissioner of Immigration Csmin-
otti, who favors registration of all
aliens in the country, has conferred vuieu mat no -
with Chairman Johnson of the house held once a year in Hitlem and other
Immigration committee, on the John- meetings as designated. It was ote
son immigration kill, one provision of that the next meeting should be he d
which stipulates that strict records of July 18, and although not officially
all aliens be kept by a federal registra- designated, it Is thought that bilverton
tion wtem. jwill be the meeting place.
All 'alien would register with the. officers elected yesterday are ss fol
government under the bill and report lws: John Hteelhammer of Woodburn,
twice year. I president; J. Walter Mayo, cashier of
Offtnols here working on the Ihomli the farmers fc Merchants bank ut btny
plot against Attorney Gcncrul A. to, vice-president j Joseph J., Kcber,
Mit'iic! Palmer hinted at the possihll-1 rEfl,i,,f t,e llauk of Mt. Angel, treus
ity of interesting developments in the nj m.cr.tary.
case in ..Yew York and Philadelphia, Members present at tho organization
within the next II hours. lof thp Marion County Community Ked-
Huiuected hou.e throughout the r,ln -.. i-rom Ht. Paul D. L.
country where "red ' are wont to
gather were under surveillnnee as part
of lite genera! piocautiunaiy campaign.
Captain Conrad Stafrin,
Of Dallas, Appointed To
Succeed Colonel John May
Governor Oleott announces the ap
pointment of Captain Conrad Htafrin
of Dallas, to the position of ndjntsnt
general to sue.-w) 'olonel May. The
appointment will take effect within a
few day and along with the chnn?e
of incumbency will go a change in the
location of the office, as it has itieeii .
decided thst the adjutant's headiinr-
ters shall 4 moved from rortland M
iSalem a change that wa recommend
ball moved from Portland to,
led by Colonel Mav in his final reiiort
jto the governor
Th appointment of Captain Htafrin
was not only unsolicited but came as a
complete surprise to him. However, it
is msde with the proviso that it sliall
be subject to termination on the re
turn of Col. George H. White from
Prance, in case the latter shall choose
to resume his old position. Captain
Stafnn has a good military record, hav
ing been identified with the Oregon
national guard from 10(16, receiving
his commission as captain in 1013
while serving as commanding officer
of the lai!as company. Previous to his
service in the world war he was with
the Uiiited Htate troop on the Mexi
Daniels made public a confidential
communication sent to all naval officers
at the beginning of the war asking them
for their suggestions for improving the
"This was perhaps the first time that
ensigns and admirals were requejted to
make suggestions of any character,"
"The same invitation still stsnds."
Major Lee Moordi
M"Jor Moorehom. Indian tspert,
today received an invitation from Wil-
nivorsiiy ro supervise we in-
"ve 111 'em raay morning io ruse
"'aw or cnemawa intunns ana trnp-
P". namen, ete typiesi or tac eariy
The anniversary will be a four day
affair, commencing Saturday and end
ing Tuesday. It will commemorate the
progress of Oregon for the three quar
ters of & century since Willametto was
founded and will be ono of the biggest
affairs of its nature the state has ever
- A great hmne-coming of Wiilnra-
ette alumni will also be held and Pa
lem will bo turned over to the college
for the four days. East Oregonipn.
OF COUNTY UNITED
I Community Federation Organ-
.Jzca' At Kecting Here
Tho Marlon county community fed
erntion was formally organired yester
day when members of the t'ommircial
clubs of Woodburn, Mt. Angel, Donald,
Htnvton. Oorvais and Mem met nt the
The object of the organization, s
staled in tuo uy iawa unu cuuawtuuuu.
1a Intended to produce a
standing among the various communl
ties of the county, and to bring together
their efforts fur the upbuilding til the
Among those who meet to effect the
permanent organization, the opinion
waa freely expressed that while eace
community has its own problems to
solve, yet in many instances these prob
lems may be better handled with all
paets of the couirty working together
through one central organization.
It is provided in the constitution that
the affairs. of the community federa
tion shall be managed by a board of di
rectors to consist of five. It is also pro
Van de Wiel, H. .1. Mmth and .i.
Smith; from Donald C. J. Espev. J. V.
Feler and Henry Zorn; from Wnyton
.1. W. Mayo; from Woodburn W. II.
Broyles and John Hteelhammer ; from
Gervnis C. J. Moisen, D. Jsrdan and
I. W. Uird.
Kill City Precincts Yctes
Solid Affirmative Ballot
Here's the checkmate for the
Knilewood precinct, which rt-
turned a straight "No" major-
ity against the measures voted
on at the special elcctiou of
Mill City gave a two to one
majority, or better, on the
"Yes" side of every measure on
the ballot. The detail d vole
of this precinct was:
Tax limitation yes 5j, no S;
reconstruction hospital ves 37,
no 21; irrigation bond bill yes
SS, no 19; reclamation bond bill
yes 43, no 18; lieutenant gov-
ernor ye 36, no 25; Honsevelt
highway yes 53, no 12; recon-
struction bonds yes 40, no -19;
soldiers' aid yes 50, no 11;
state market roads yes 49, no
10; county market roauf ycl
r,4, tin 9; tgrieultural Kg'-ai
ves 32, no 23.
lg 1 SJ Eat lo tea k.
Cent Of Wcrkrs Ck! Lt
Sk- ("Iff Cf-n-i. P .
CARLTON DECLARES WALK-
Head Of Telegraphers S:;s
Keturn Of nes Ee-s
Tdish fisht" Eetweea Lt.
pbyers And Men.
Washington, June 6V(Unite4 Ptc
Premdcnt S. ,T. Kwnenkanip f the
Commercial Telegraphers Union of Am
erica, today declared Postmaster Gen
eral Jtiirlcson 's order restoring rontte!
of the wire'eompauies to thir owner
means a "finish fizht" between the
telegraphers and the Western Union
throughout the country.
"Wire control," Konenkamn said.
"wa made necessary by the Westers
I nion rerusing to remstatn nnj!i:ly
discharged employes aad a.lido ty re
onimendutions of iiivpHrtial authorities.
Postmaster fenernl Biirlrson, by ku
actiou in returning the wins, shows
himself a quitter, lie has acted with
out wiring the laUor p.-ebleHi which
inadp necessary the original seizure oT
the wires by tbo irovsrnment. We noir
pinii rfirM-lv.- ff-lii'ii-f? m ke stains
quo ant and forced to fight it out."
Immediately upon notification that
Burleson had ordered control of the
wires returned late yesterday, Kooes
liAuvp authorized a strike of W.rw
I'niou telegraphers throughout the
Predicts General 8tiik
"I am informed that 100 per tent
of the men are out at New Orleans,"
Kuiirukiuiip said IhU morning "sixi
highlv satisfactory word eonica fio:n
tho entire southeastern section. Pnetnl
men and others, however, want to t
0;lt nlW. It Will be illlpossiUo to konl
thciu in much longer. It is certain tkar.
tho strike will spread throughout th
Electrical workers throujiout tk
country have set June IS a the di
upon which they will leave their posts
and it was regarded likely thai K
nnnknmp will sidect the same day r
the day beforo or after for the Balis
wide ti'lejrnphers strike.
But i)MiU.y t may come sooner, Is
"The meat of the whole matter ia
that we ea no longer believe anytkisj
(Continued en page two)
British And French Gefe IV
getkr On Coscessicss
By Fred S. Ferguson
(t'atted Press Staff CorrespoiMknt.)
Pnris, June 8.- Uritish and Frfnc.
delegates, through American itttetccs
siun were repotted tmluy to bo ap
proaching an agreement in tke degree
of modification of the (iermaa pw
treaty. It was understood that tk
cha;ig-s in the terms piobably will n
sult in some concessions by Imt groups,
the French receding from their preview
stand of opposing all midifi!..ooif,
with the British agreeing to ahandix
most of the alterations recently abs
ented hy them. ,
The reply hy" the German enisle
proposals, which will embody the P"
posed modif icstions, is now pet4
to be ready for proKentation rarlj ucit
Mei-.n while the big four's eentiniied
refusal to publish the test of tho orig
inal treaty is resulting in embarras
ment to the American commission!
the result of charges bv Senator Iiixltj
a-.d I'.orsh that copies are in pt'SM s'
of certain private interest i New
York. This embarrassment is Im
by the fact that it is report copies
in German, French and Koslmk -
variable at news stands in fter.Msey,
Hwitzerljiiid, Holls'ui and in -tral
countries. There is undi r4(rt to
be a strent feeling smon j wiaw Bv :
bers of this eoiumiwion the.f tile tett
should be made imwediatety
to tl" Asierii-an people.