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Mora boonm are nwil'Hl In IVtwlUo, H.-qm-nW tvr Itoum " I r '" fraturrs of the Kant rOr-,n tiled want ad page. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER VOL. 30 DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY TARY 8, 1919. NO. 9633 W(mer1can flag RIOTERS IN BERLIN .This paper Is a member and audited J ( ; MjBg' i-y7WrMUWf riflY 1?V V5l S Cli by tlio Audit Bureau of Circulation.. , jwf. l::"! LCOUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER , '': "" ' dST V"""' DOWN FJRST OFFICIAL MEETING SET FOR TOMORROW Clemenceau, Wilson Believed - Near Understanding on Power Balance Topic. LEADERS CONFER BY CHANCE LAST NIGHT First Meeting Since Con , Ilicting Declarations ' Recently Made. PARIS, Jan. 8. American. Urltlnh Italian tnd French Btatmun will hold their first Joint meeting tomnr rowr. it la officially announced today. The conference will be held at the foreign office and attended by Wll- ann, Lnln, Balfoun Lord Cecil Premier Orlando, Foreltm Mlnlnter Bonnleno, Clemenceau and ' FYirelrn Minister Plchon. l"lilTHtaiidlme Altpruwhed. ' Br HOBKRT BtlNDEIt United Preen Htaff Correnondent.) PARIS, Jan. 8. Premier Clemen ceau and Preldent Wilson are believ ed to be approaching- ho rue under standing- regarding- th-tr apparently conflicting views on the balance of Tower emd league of nations. The two leaders certainly liad an oppor tunity to exchange views on this mat ter as a result of their unexpected meeting late last night In the offices of Colonel House. It wax the first time Clemenceau and Wilson had met since the former's frank declaration In favor of the retention of balance of power, and the latter's slmultan eous statement that this ancient In stltutlnn must give -way to a league of nations. While the meeting was wholly unplanned, It Is believed to havs anticipated by only a few hours a scheduled conference between the two leaders. SEINN FEINERS TO CALL ASSEMBLY OF ALL PARTIES DUBLIN", Jan. 8. Twenty nine Kelnn FVIners, members of parlia ment, under the leadership of Oounl Plunkett met yesterday and decided to call a constituent assembly. Invit ing all Irish delegates, without regard to party. It is learned today. CRACKSMEN BLEW SAFE FOR $5,000 SAX FRANCISCO. Jan. 8. Four cracksmen blew a safe In Carpenter's hall after binding and gagging John Dunthy. nighlWHtchman, .early .thlr morning, escaping with at least $3000 ADVOCATES CHECKING It, POWER. WASHINGTON, Jan. H. TongresH should take away Prtwidcnt Wilson's power to shrremlcr railroads without notice, Commtmloncr Clark of the In terstate Unnuneron CctmmtsHloit, de clared at a senate railroad hearing. TROOP VEKKEIS IK K SOOV WASHINGTON". .Ian. a. Tlie de partnre of several vchhcIs with troHs Tor tilo United estates was announced today by tlio war departtnent. TlM'y are due In New York between Janu ary 16 aiwl SO. COURT DECISION "SERIOUSLY DISTURBS" BOOTLEGGER TRADE Bootteggerdnm was luird lilt yes 4rday ty the declnlon of the ftupreine court to the effect the purchaser of liquor ftnld In violation of tho law l not In the name class with the man who sell the Ktuff. The doe Won meann that dotcctfven may he lined; It alKo nrean that whenever any pur chaser can be . Induced to testify astalunt the seller ho can dn ho with out danger of iK"nalIy to himself. Hhorlff Tiylor cxproHcd tho view today that the decision will aid In the enforcement of the law. - t The following story from1. Salem 1 (received too late for puhli&itfon y'" tarday) fflveit dctaila an to -hov au- promo courtn Ucciilon. i jV . ; Not An Aoromlce. Halein, Jan. 8. A person who buya Intoxicating- llauor In this state la not an accomplice of the person who rcIIm It and his testimony, without being corroborated. In sufficient on which to base conviction. That In the substance of an opinion handed down by the supreme court today In the cane of the state vertnm C L. Huwlck, druKK'Ht of Union, who was convicted of violating1 the prohi bition law by sclltnfr "Hitter Herb Tonic." Attorney Oenral Ttrown declared thn t t h is waa t he most I in porta nt opinion rendered by the supreme court, relative to the enforcement of the prohthtion law, since local option was first adopted In this state. ' t'nder this opinion district nttorn fioys mfty employ "stool pljreons" to HOW THE NOR T HERN PA CIFIC, WITH CAMOUFLAGE T , . LOOKED Wffm AGROliNbON FIRE ISLAND, 7V. Y. I r . , , i i v " ' ' ' ' I ' i I K -K -' 4 I , - . ' , ' - - - ts? r- ' 1 t r n, local people who traveled on the ! Northern PnHfh: in the days when the ship ran between Astoria and San 1 lYum-ixoo will bo PKieclully Interested uimiwc irom i-ram-e wnen me orin hi lira aliovo pU-tun-.. Tlx? Northern -rii laelfic went nshoro early New raeiflo wont unround in a foir 40 I Vear's monUiiE. Tliey were rescued ndlea from Xew York harbor and for .18 hours the fnto of 231.1 soldiers, mosUy wounded, was In uncertaJntv. The two jrlrls below are Miss Mary A. PREPARA TION UNDER WA Y FOR RELIEF FUND DRIVE JAN. 15 i ... Inltinl stops have bppn laki-n- for the Armenian and Syrian re 1 Iff fund campaign which Is to c launched buy liquor as a means of gaining evl denro. that the law in beln violated and hclr toKtimony 1h itdmiK.slblo as evidence. ' - - - . Brown Wanlrd It. "t hiivn 'been worhlng: for u year and a hulf to Rain this interpretation of our prohibition law,' said Attorney Genera! Itrowit, ."and tmlay's opinion Is of far reach inn importance.'1 The opinion was written by Justice Johns, and It affirms Circuit Judd Knowles. Huslck sold the tonic to William Wolf, who was empl'cd by tho district attorney to make pur chases with a view of basing criminal prosecution thereon. "Tho crime charged against tho de fendant Is the sale of Intoxicating H" quor and tho record is conclusive that the prosecuting witness was em Ployed to make the purchase for the purpose of appearing as a witness against the defendant." sa . Justlco Johns. "Flut there is a very marked difference between the Jcsal .statu and liabilities of a seller and those ,of a purchaMer. While it Is true that a sale cannot be made without a pur chaser, it Is also true that under the statute the crime is In the sale of In toxicating, liquor and not in the pur chase. The whole, purpose and intent j of the prohibition amendment was to , prevent and punNh the sale of intoxi- eating llipmr. itml iik It fails to mukc ( the purchase of such liquor an In idiclable offense, we hold that Wolf, as ' a purchaser, was not an accomplice of thn defendant s soller I) - . ' -Vaiyj i Murphy of SuyU-sville. It. I., and Miss Kuth M. walker of North Iart- month. )la. nurses who were re- artcr watting bravely for help for 48 "ours. This photograph shows tliom Just after they reaelied shore, c-heer- l"B "p on liot ffxr and sandwiches. January 15h. ' M.-K. Chessman, sec retary of tho Umatilla County Patri otic Service league, has received ack nowledgment of the receipt of $7000 of the county's quota- of $8l&0 for the fund. The lA'aguo In the United War Works campaign last fall anticipated the Armenian and Syrian drive and raised S70UH above the uuota for that (drive and through this was able to jHend in the above amount. At that itime it ivas .thought $7000 would cover tho I'matilta county tjuota but now it is learned the county s quota is jHKiO, b ;i'ingjS) ir(0 yet to be laired. The league t hinks I his can,, be ac complished without putting on a cam paign for the money. Money Is still eouifng in from dctinqucnl.s in thn U. W. W. drive. If all theso come through there will lo enough to make up tho balance. This Is one reason i delinquents are being clo-cked up so jo lowly. ) A cablegra m from 1 r. How rd iltliss, picHidont Ainuricjm eollege, Itet- rut, I wiyanl 1 lodge and James Ntool t sa ys : j "Cahlo received. Need far out jrtrips Itcd Cross grant and generous tfundu siiKgestcd by you. People dying In Iebanon villages, over six thous and destitute children in immediate region. Cable one hundreo thousand 'dollars Port Said, deposit one hun dred thousand Corn Kxchanne credit 'American Press. Will advise later j concerning further remittances." Berber Espionage Case Before Jury CHUWiIii. Jan. . The case against Victor lieruer. Wiseonbiu conres-mun-elect. anil four soi'isllst co-defendant., charged with esplonsve act violation!, went to t be jury at 11 o'clock today. . MARY PICKEjORI) SEVERELY ILL WITH INFLUENZA IXH ANiKLKM. Jan.' R. Mary 1'U'kfWfi i evernly. -but not tlangnmly 111 with in flu- oni, TROTSKY ELECTED NEW DICTATOR. ARRESTS L COPK1IAil;X .lan. 8. Uhmi Trotskv. iHilshevik war minister, lyis lti prtM'laiiiied dictator and Iiim arrostd Nitxilal- Ijonhie on a tiiarufi of formliiK a coalitkni with the Meie-beviks ralical minority) aicordfiiK; to a locow diHtch Ualay. BIG FUND AVAILABLE FOR RELIEF EFFORTS With over $20,000 on hand and avaailable for use if necessary the Umatilla county chapter Red Cross is in splendid position to care for emer gency cases during the influenza epi demic. At present the chapter is tak- inK care of the emergency hospital-at Hermiston where the epidemic has been raging rather severely. Instruc tions were sent to Hermiston to take care of the situation and send in the bills. This course will be followed, the bank at Hermiston meeting the bills and forwarding- the account to tho Red Cross chapter for final set tlement. The general oruanization of the Red Cross has asked the loal chapter to stimate its needs for the year and to remit, the balance to the general or ganization. Action, upon this request has not been taken as no executive committee meeiiug has been held since September. CANNIBAL EATS WIFE. RESENTS INTRUSION RAN FUANP1SCO, Jan." S Revert -lug to bis eaitnlbal instincts, Rnbnnon Kainii, South Hea Islander, was eat ing his wile when the police today in terfered. Her f ran tie cries were heard nnd the police, rushing In, found Kaiml homing over hia wife, who whs lying on ihe floor with her arm badly chewed and part f her cheek gone. Kuiml resented this in trusion. He turned a fierce faeo up on tho police, his thick lips drlpphiK with blood. . He rushed toward the officers, who fled in terror. Later. Kaiml was captured, lie appeared in tho police court, gibbering South Sea Island talk. Mrs, Kaiml defended her husband, explaining that the spark lof cannibalism made iv? appearance about once a year, she living in terror several da s while Kaimi demanded human flesh. Judge Sullivan was so amazed be could not decide what charge to place against Kaijul. so held him for observation. THOMAS NELSON PAGE MAY SOON RETIRE PA K1S, Jan. N. Thonn.s Nelson lare, A meriean a mba ssador to Italy, jtired out by the strain of wsr, will retire within a short time, it is re ported In polities! circles here. ! STORM SWEEPS SPARTACANS IN CONTROL OF i OYSTER BAY AT BUILDINGS. ARSENAL, SUPPLIES; FUNERAL HOUR GOVERNMENT ASKS FOR TRUCE ; -O " ' -v Bleak, Gloomy Weather Vis its Town as Mourners Gather for Roosevelt Rites HUDDLED GROUPS APPEAR, UNINVITED Hundreds of Mourners Brave Sleet, Wind Pay Last Respects. OYSTER HA V, Jan. 8. Theodore Roosevelt Is burled and Is restng on the crest of a steep hill above Long Island Sound ti spot selected by himself. The pall bearers bore his flag-draped coffin on thefr shoulders up the hllinlde their feet slipplns and sliding; in the muddy snow, and he was consiKned to. the earth with the simple Kpisropal ritual. Vice President Marshall, representing the president; Mayor Hylan of New York: former lrefsideiit Taft,. Gov ernor Smith of New York; a congres sional coiiiiiiHIee and oilier notables were at the graveside. Taft was deeply affected. He wept as the casket sank slowly into the last rest ing place of all that is mortal of Kousevelt. OYKTE R HA V, Ja n . 8 . A sleet storm today swept Oyster bay us the mourners gathered for tho fu neral of Theodore Roosevelt- The weather was very bleak and gloomy, with a cutting wind , Braving the storm, a number of uninvited and un official -mourners appeared with their coat col lars t u rned u p and st ood In little huddled groups about the church or near the gates of the .Roosevelt estate, determined to pay their respects to the dead ex-presl- dent. (Continued On page . BODY OF ELLIS : FOUND AT AYER: WAS HE INSANE? The body of II. I. Kills, tlie man who l-aed through a window from his Pullman berth on tlie NMkaiio - Pendleton passenger light before last, was found yes terday near Aver. Wash. Tho body was discovered by section men where it lay beside the track. Tlie man was dead but meagre refiorts received here do not sliow wlietlicr he died from his fall or from subsequent ci liosurc. .l-'acts concerning tlie affair as given here by railroad- men Indi cate that Kllis acted while insane, lie broke both glasses of a dou ble Pullman window, ltlood stains on tlie kIush and window sliow ho injun-d himself in so doing. Hud he merely liccil ' asleep it is declared Ira would havo awakened wlien he broke the windows. Mils was un emiloyo of tlie Hunker il a .Sullivan mine and it is bHicvcd lie did considerable travel hsiking over mining prop erty. TODAY SHOWS NEW ! Another day shows a decline in the; number of influenza quarantines m j 'the city. Tvn new rases are reported I today, K. Kude, 73 Calvin and T. ; ji Kh'Htatt. till Walnut, having been ', 'placed under tiuarantine, wbil 'followuiLj have been released the the j'. isame time: I t M. isriswobl, 414 Hush. ! Meador. tlx SranK" j S. 10. Hrant. I Jta7. - Apartmetits. Ivan Smith, 4H Aura. ' .1. i:. Hudsi ll. il W iibiw. Mrs. John Kearney. 4M Wilson. Ted Harvey, I'll V. t'ourt. Tliis leaves the total number of Pendleton homes under quarantine us 18. THE WEATHER FORECAST ToniKht an? Thursday in creasing: cloud in ess. LEST WE FORGET Herman l!utinkc, Vmanino far mer, refused to contribute to tlie United War Wirk Fund. Nlc-t Orosaiirer of Umapine, wliotm prune crop tent year was worth in the neighborhood of SUMMM), coiltrihuted onljr S..00 to this fund and tliat irlui-tantlf. Fred Melhoff of Vnrnirtue re fued to glTe money to the aeen cUti helping mir hoys In ' arms on tho grounds that he had to send money to relatives in (iermany. William Swash of Vmapine, said to be worth S20.OOO, refused to e,ntrlhute to iIki I". W- W. fund. I- V.. Iloon nf Milton refused to contribute to this same fund. i. M. Mc-Kenzie of Stilton, whose iiroperty in this county Is axsesHed for S3 1 900 failed and re fused Ui eive anything to tills fund. t-BXTKAti IXYAI.TY COMM1T- TEE. ALL NAVY HONORS DEAD AMERICAN WASHINGTON". Jan. 8. All naval Mai Ions, fortifications and vessels, acting singly, had flags at hair mast and boomed a salute at hour intervals today to honor Theodore ltoosevelt. ORDER RESTORED IN 1.I0SC0W;AFTER COUP WARSAW, Jan. 8. Order has fin ally been restored in Warsaw, follow ing Prince Sapicha's coup for the es tablishment of a coalition govern ment. The return of Ignflce Padere wskL who left the city a few hours before the prince's revolt is anxiously awaited, every effort being made to have him accept the coalition. Kid naped cabinet members who were ar rested on Sapicha's orders, later could not be found. They" were located in the gymnasium under heavy guard and were released. MILD WINTER SAVES HIGH PRICED FEED Owing to tho fact the snowfall thus far has been exceedingly tight stock men In this section have done prac tically no feeding so far. There are instances, where growers are short of pasture and as a consequence have to feed hay but the general run of stock men has thus far escaped feeding, says Supervisor Crydcr of the Cmatilla forest. ! In regions where snow is several j inches deep it is still possible to use j the pasture in must cases. The situa- !tion has enabled ranchmen to save - ttheir hinh priced feed and there is a j prospect that considerable hay may be jcarried over until next season. San Francisco Pays Honor to Roosevelt S A N K I i A N"C I SO , .Ian. 8 . A 1 1 strrt car service, automobile traffic mid municipal service stopped at 9:4t for a perb'd of two minutes today in reypert t t be memory of (.'oh mo) Roosevelt. RUMOR SAYS OLD OFFICIALS TO CONTINUE; MAYOR NAMES COUNCIL COMMITTEES TODAY j That the present appointive city j officers, including the city attorney, 'chief of police and recorder, will con- tinue to hold office under the new ad- ministration is generally predicted, j though there has been thus far no of ' ficial action or announcement on the subject. Mayor Yaughan declared today that no appoitments would be an . nou need this evening: other than the assignment of council committees. Hetng; confined to his home, the mayor I will iot attend the meeting tonight Ha announced the following; us the (Committee- assignments for the new ; council: j i'ouiH'i tinniitteci. Finance F. J- McMonies, If. J. Taylor, Kalph, Folsoui, BEIUI'. Jan. 8. Rioter forr , General Harries to haul down the tho American flu which was ratoed over the Adlon hotel to porotee en tente, orridals yesterday, fchooting ha front of tlie hotel caused entente of ficials to eeck refiiRe wltliln, and they suggested that Ifarries, head of the American mission, hoist the America flag as a measure, of protection. Whcna the fuur was raised, the crowd went wild and threatened to storm the ho tel unless It waa lowered. Tills wa finally done. SOOKHS KII.I,K1 Scores of persons were killed Mot- lit day in rkMInz wltii-h resalted from collision between rival processions of Spartaeus and government draonsm tors. Motor cars and armea maetilnw guns, manned by sailors, . raced tiirongh tlie street, snooting wildly. The rusillado was heard throughomt the city. . , KPAKTACAJfS OVKKPOWEK GOVKR-NMKNT COPENHAGEN, Jan. . Nlta cans still control the postofflce and government buildings, and hare frus trated attempts of government foroea to retake gpandan arsenal accord !) ing to reports from various source today. Kpartacaos havo placed ma chine guns In the windows of build bias opposite newspaper offices that they nave been unable to seize, pre venting their publication. Tlie Kuan dan arsenal-gives the Spartacans ac cess to the biggest supplie of anna and ammunition In the Berlin district. During the fighting In tlie trots bombs lutvn lieen dropped and ma-c-liine guns fired from .window of stores and office buildings, while nwr ls operators photographed the scene from exposed positions. Kbert issued a proclamation apcpalhig for coopera tion against the "terrorism of madmen and criminals" and also urged the soldiers and workmen to defend the republic. m " TTcrcE saii " rK uvmm - - LONDON. Jan. 8. Truce Is beUer ed to hare been declared between the warring forces hi Berlin, the Sparta cans accepting all or Oiancelto Ebert's conditions, a Berne report to day asserts. OFFElt DECLARED 8PX"RNET COPENHAGEN. Jan. 8. Sparta cans spurned a government proposal to arbitrate on the condition that they disarm all tlielr "followers except sol diers, evacuate all public buildings and surrender Eichorn, Berlin dis patches today reported. The revolt has spread to Mannheim,' Keports say. several hundred were killed In Monday's fighting, dispatch es today said. ARMY DIVISION IS SENT BASLE. Jan. 8. An entire division. with artillery and machine guns. Is marching on Berlin from Potsdam to combat the Spartacan revolt, accord ing to advices from German sources today. ACT REGARDED INJlDK'IOrS WASHINGTON. Jan. H. Authorities hero regarded as injudicious tlie rais- (Contloued on fin 3 ) Soldiers' Club of Vancouver Popular VAXCVrVER, Jsn. X. The Soldiers' (Tub, established by the War Camp Community Serv- ire. 1m a. greater success In lew than a week than was ever hoped for. The club has teen unusually comfortably fitted up for the soldiera and sailors, and all thse who have been in thQ service and lntv returned. Hundreds of soldiers visit the Placo daily from It a- m. Until 1 I p. in., and it l always filled viih men in uniform. Loca f lersins are Ivititf their time In usKiting In opfTatiuK the ilub. I'tdice J. H. 1-j.tes, Manuel Fried iy. Jo-ph Kll. ... , j Streets Claud 1 Vnland. F. J. Mc ' Monien. J. H. Fstes. f Sewers Manuel Fried'y. If. .J. Taylor. F. K. Kimr. ; Fire Joseph KM. Manuel Friwdly, (.'laud f'enland. Ordinance H. J. Taylor F J3 Kin. Claud Pen la n d- t'laims and LiKhtinK Ralp Fol i um. J. H- rtts. Manual Frledlv. l.veeJoMfih Kll. Itulph foUuttU F. K. KinK. Cemetery I f. J. Taylor, Claur Fen land, ftalph KoUom. Natatorium Mayor VttUhan. J, JJ, tUtwi, t J, McMouletfc , , i