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Through an : Orrjtonlun ad you can reach thousands oi iwt;fW quickly. Try tin PW "" N'nmlKw copies printed of yesterday' Dnl'r KUltlnn, 2,817 Thla paper la a mcmlter ad audited by the Audit Bureau of Circulations. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER i " -r--rir: " s - - &js s.- v . VOL. 30 WOULD ASK' IN RETALIATION NO BOSTON SPEECH Sherman Introduces Resolu tion Requesting Wilson '. Not to Discuss League. SAYS SENATE SHARES MAKING OF TREATIES Asks That President Avoid From Subject Until Consultation. WASHINGTON', Feb. 21, Senator flherman Introduced a resolution re questing President Wilson not to dis cuss the league of nations at Boston. The president Is "requested not to discuss the treaty until ho has talked to committees and congress," because the oreamble suvs the senate Is as much a. part of the treaty making power as the president, and 'that so far they have not been taken Into his confidence respecting the league. This Is generally considered In the "senate as a retaliation for the presl dent'a request that congress refrain from discussing the league until aft- er the White House dinner . COSSACK FORCE PUTS BOLSHEVIKS TO ROUT LONDON, Feb. 21. General Icne kln llUHKian i'otwark lim.drr, hua cx tendnd hiH victtry In (hn Caspian re gton, notching Hrliuinkoyn and put ting the bolshevik element a of the army completely out of action, accorrt. log U a ConHtatitlnople d input ch to day, (itrianskovn Is on tho west ahoro of tho fa Hp Jan wa. 300 milos north and weat of Ifaku.) A botHhevikl official communique Wednoaday received from Moscow, aald: "On the -Archangel front at tacks agalmit our poiltions in the Wonti lea valley were repulsed with 4evy ' oemy- loawa.M GILLETTE WOUNDED, SAVS WIRE TODAY;: Tom Mime The first news that her son, Gillette, was wounded in action, today to Mrs. U A. (Jillette when hhe received a telegram from the Uert Cross saying that Tom Inmlcd yester day in Newport News, Virginia, with a company of wounded men. Ollfette, who first went "over the top" September 12, with 3ii9th Infan try Supply Co., 90th Division, wrote ;seems to fall everlastingly n Hrest his mother recently and aald he was and the soft ground Is usually more in a hospital with pneumonia. Mrs, or less of mud, but when the rain and Gillette believes that he kept the1 mud are mentioned the worst la told, news of the wound from her because! he feared nhe would worry. I 1 Although no particulars were given, ! Mrs. liiiieuo TninKB nrr son wounded shortly before the armlst waa signed. 'Ho will be sent from Newport News to a ' hospital near 'home, according to the-telegram. Rain Proof Complexions "Tattooed on Pallid Faces LONDON', Feb. 21. Tho pul lld ftsd sallow fncits of London woman ftre belnt permanently brlfrhtoned and Riven a rosy lint by tattoolsts whose electric nee dle complexions cun be adjusted to any face. Tattoolsts report that they have never dono such an extensive and prof itablo busi ness umonfc women clients us now. Their work whs largely de voted to men who wanted tho names of sweethearts tatoned on their urms. The men are on the waiting lini slneo the women have discovered that roseate plKincnlM, electrically placed, add to their chsrins. SGT. WILLIAM SEARCEY SURE PENDLETON HELPED STOP HUNS ..... Uo dviVi . want ,lo aigiuMwlth' a certain Kvrgeant W, J. Willlama who claimed hia regiment waa the only one in France, but William Searcey does want to aay that "there la a town named Pendteton and there were threes Pendleton boys among those who stop ped tho Huns' drive at Chateau Thierry." But Searcey saya he doesn't want to claim the credit for his regi ment alone; he gives praise to the whole A. 13. F. Following is the let ter: January 24. 1919. Just a line or two to say France In still over here and I am stilt In the center of Fanco. 1 see In the Holcllera News Letter paper nere mere m nnis m news or Pendleton. It told how the election came oi uiyl a numher of storieH of j the pity, but what took my hlnrk eyej SEN ATE PASSED BOND BILL; FOUR VOTED AGAINST Ten Million Dollars in State Money Will be Available for Highway Work. , SALEM, Feb. 21. Oregon's $10,- 000,000 road bonding bill is now ready for the signature of Governor Withy- combe. As noon as he signs it, the bill will become a law in full force and ef fect, and it carries an emergency clause. The highway commission will have authority to immediately begin on the biggest road construction pro gram that was ever launched In this state. After 2 hours of debate Thursday afternoon, the bill, which Is house bill 427, was passed by the senate with only four votes against it. The four negative votes were cast by Senators Iimmlck LaFollette, Pierce and Strayer. All other senat ors were present and voted for the bill. i The bill was passed by tho senate just as It came from the house, all ef- forts to amend It having failed. Knicrirency Clause) llcmaliis. Combined with the desire for Im proved roads, the legislature passed the big bonding bill with an emergen cy clause attached as one step to meet Ian unemployment emergency which Is la serious problem of the reconstruo- tion period f (Rowing tho world war. ( This bill is the biggest piece or Ti 'nancial legislation ever pawned by an ,(regon legislature. It is the bill In ! which the greatest intercut of the pres ent session centered. News of the passage of the bond bill by the senate was received by the Kant Orcgoniun at 0 o'clock yesterday afternoon and waa bulletined. The news catiKed much rejoicing urnong good roadn advooutes. MUD AND RAIN WORST EVILS OF BREST CAMP Iir IJWKLL MEIJ-KTT United Press Hlaff Correspondent.) (Copyright by United Press.) HREST. Feb. 21. Mothers of Am ericans who are waiting for their boys to come home may rest assured that irest is not a "pest hole." This asser- n is based on official figures show- ng that the ajck and death rate here ltn lower than any other camp in France and on results of the personal investigation by the correspondent. i 13 rest was selected as the chief port 'for the arrival ff American troops in j France primarily because it is the closest to the United States and dan-, wers of submarines and mines are : lessened in consequence. Its strategic 'and geographical advantages out ! weighed Its climatic drawbacks. Hain iV0TE OF PEOPLE ON LEAGUE DEMANDED WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 1. Senator l-orah. speaking In he senate, today demanded that the Americans be giv en a volee on the league of nations constitution before the government bindr Itself under the compact. Ho warned, thiit unless people are now afforded thN opportunity to express their unclouded opinion they will "take opportunity later to speak their minds." litirah said: "This plan involves a change In our constitution. That kind of a (mention should be submit ted directly to tho people We may be their agents but have no authority to decide U for them" He said Taft'a statements on the constitution of tho Jeaguo did not Interfere with the prin ctplcs of Washington or tho doctrine of Monroe- ;.. ,' : , . ",. vvus tho story of Hgt. W. J, William- Hon in which ho nays there waan't any reRiment over here In France but hia ' w, rrent:n KHin ineu admiiilstriition revolving IhinK. That's nothinR. They told uhL.4l(o of 27ri lo flV tho nuino thlnK. not that I want to I argue any hut I want to say that Uen.; Oregon, isn't the only cityi in Oregon.! Thore W a town named Pendleton also Rnd Jut a few words about what! Pendleton did In thi war. There . were three Pendleton boys who were among the flrwt over here and later on there were many others and were! the first to mop the Huns drive at J Chateau Thierry, and it wasnt very j nice to be in this place. They shot'. I shrapnels day and night at us and in the open fields It made It hard to ivllev one another, and they used . . , . , - . t'mitlnned on Pnf?e 2.) DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, HOUSE JAMMED WITH BILLS; j ADJOURNMENT EXPECTED BY EARLY WEDNESDA Y MORNING MANY MEASURES ACTED ON, KAMCM, J-b.' 2l.-VVflh , tho dok' Jammed with uiiliiislicd senate) busi ness, lnc-lifiliK the bite1 appropriation hills, the house lias resigned to the ne- ccssity of adjourning- Saturday night j until Monday. Indications are for fi nal adjournment Wednesday morning I early. j $5,000,0(10 BIWi PA8SKD. The senate with decks clear Is j marking tltur, working only port of the day. The senate today passed the five million reconstruction bond issue - constitutional amendment, also a bill providing for tlic expenditure of three millions of the Issue on tlfc recon struction program. HUSH MKMOltl.Wi KlLiI-KI. The senatn killed a memorial urg ing Wilson) .to 'use his influence home rule for Ireland. " CASCADES B1II OKEEATEIK The senate killed a bill appropriat- i.ur 1A.OOO for investigating the - lumbia river at Cascades so as to ton prove river shipping. PRFSKNT M'S i)l. The house killed a hill pcohllHting GENERAL STRIKE IS HASLK, Feb. 21. The general strike and attendant disorders are in- creasinir in Germany, a dispatch to day indicates. After the Sparlacans cut tlie ran- way from Klberfeld to Hpa. govern-i merit trouus arrived t Klberfeld and , dofealed the revolutionists, killing 17 I und wounding 38. The Kpartacans have occupied Bay-j reuth. forcing the burgeomaHlur to resign.' '.Government forces are helms, concentrated south of ilppe and east: or. Bochum. Wnnt Jovi-nnent Overthrown. Blilt.VK, Feb. 21. Communist coal miners in the Ruhr district have re solved not to return to work until the present Orman government Is over thrown, according to the Frankfurter Zeitung. The strikers now total 120, 000. Rioting In Munich. HERI.IX, Feb. 21. Mutinous sail ors and government troops clashed at Hfntilr-H whn fill sailors, armed with band grenades, attacked the bund ing in which the Bavarian council was sitting, dispatches today assert. The sailors retreated after two were wounded. (ovL't Troo.ua Take Buildings. HASLK, Feb. 21. German govern ment troops operating with Marshal Foch's permission recaptured from the Spartacans all the Klbertfeld pub lic buildings, according to a dispatch today., . . The .fighting; continued until noon yesterday, the troops withdrawmg and leaving a guard to maintain or der, In atrreenient with tiny allies. (JSIberfcId la within tho neutral zone, cast of the Uhina.) The Kpartacans are reported to have seized all the bullion gold in tho Tteichnbank of Muelholm. ... LIQUOR RUNNERS SWAMI IN(i TULEDU TOLKUO, ., Feb. 21. IJ'luor stocks aVe practically depleted, hotels are packed and saloon employes are exhausted after two days of business with the Michigan lipior runners. Pealers' receipts are thirty to tbirty fivo thousand dally. It. is estimated two million quarts have been taken to Michigan since t lie bars were let down. lM-clarod Illegn!. TOljKI-H . Feb. 21. 'Judge Uoui. of .Monroe, Mich., granted an injunction preventing any person from carrying liquor Into Michigan on Ibe grounds that It is iiKaiti tstbe constitution an dry laws of thc'.Ktato. Klato coninb-j,, uiary (ffii:er and depny sheriffs wore sent to tin Httttu lino lo-ai-ost all 'li Utior rnnnerH. 7:.0 MII.MOV IC II. . WASH I N 1 .TON I Vh. a I .The 1 ion ne today (tasseil a hill npprirMiat. n 7.VI million dollars fur- railroad fund y THE WEATHER FORECAST Tonight una Saturday fair. prostitution on the ground that pres ent laws are sufficient. OUFXJOV UBKU IlKQl'IRED. The Iiousc passed a bill requiring Oregon labels on Orcxon products, and a bill c-reatlng a bird reserve out of Malheur lake. The senate .passed a resolution i ferring a constitutional amendment providing for consolidation of the Portland ami Multnomah fcounty gov ernments. VKTEHA.VS PHOPKItTV EXEMPT Tlie senate iiasscd a bill exempting the proM-rty of civil war veterans up to the value. of f2'00 from taxation, aino.ono llOKPlTAli The industrial accident commission fur j was authorize.- by the senate to ex I pond $I.ih(,ooo of Its accumulated sur- Plus m a rocwtist ruction hospital in Portland. The commission now lias a , million surplus. $130,000 rOlt PKXDLKTOX ' Tho rensruetioii bond bill passed today provides $150,000 for the Pen dleton hospital. R. D. SAYRES TO BUILD ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE It. 1. Sayres Is the first Peudlcbin business man t? begin uetuiil plans for a new home since the InaURuration of the "own your own home" plan In Pendleton. Tho new residence win be localea or. Riverside kriv, on Lot 2. Kay- maim natcn is u house will be a two story, eisht room Colonial bungalow, with basement, llr. Sayres expects to be able to move into the new .Vr..e by, July- . . LABOR DIFFICULTIES GREATEST IN HISTORY WASHINGTON', Feb. 21. Labor difficulties are probably more preva lent now than at any time in the na tion's history, labor department re- port8 show. At the same time thou sands aiV striking, other tnousanus who want work cannot find employ ment due to the general stagnation of industry. Labor officials frankly ad mit the situation is fast becoming cri tical. AWAITS ACTION HERE Prompt Co-operation by State Assured if County Bond Issue is Adopted. The passing of the 10 million dollar road bouil bill by the senate yester day assures the co-operation of the state with 1'matllla county ir tho lo cal lioml issue carries With the view of getting quick action if the election carries In .the county. W . L. Thomp son, actlun cliulrmaji of the state high way 4-oniirtisslon, stated today that he had iiosrpuiicdt the next regular meet ing of the commission from March 4 to March fi. "This is to permit the commission." says Mr.. Thompson, "if the local bond issue' carries, to arrange Ml once for letting contracts for paving the mart ijetween the Washington state line Idnd Milton end for (he work trom ! l-.i-Ur, m the Morrow county line. As mielnt'orinif feat urea i.f the? two ...... , .,w nhnut oomnletu they can'of the voters wis tlte be taken tip at once," . For tKHiiy ' lihu;- ' - 'Seej-olarv Ktrjiin th;it no opi'O.siti-ill to it her wi.lk . outlined In the local, th(i lMu h.,s snwn fr(1 , lioml issiin will be curried out If ' 1 nr , hl. ,.,,,,, y. ml I lie Ki eat d;in c.irries ss rapidly as the engineerlliK , ,,,..,, ,. ,11 .. li,. h. volo. ,,rt ls lBk,.n ire f. particularly tho !Piirt between Eastland and Milton, as this road can be made ready for nav- i i Ini-. The ehunges In alinnment fo. the road ae not so great as otheri roads. This work should be followed .rapidly by that of other parts of the .program. "The whole stale of Oregon has its eye on rmatilla county in the bond 'election." sa Mr. Thompson. "Other counties are prepared to vote linmia nlonit the same lilies, realizing that li e highway commission will nstiir-, ,oMM)N. l Vb. 21. ViM-ount lTj-l. ally favor in theU- order of road work under secretary of war. announced in ; those cnunMes which are prepared to the Ihhix- of lords last tiixht that if tlie ! spend their part, "aa will lie the case ; holshcviki oll. iiM- .mtimieil in nor- with I'mutilla county If the bond Issvisithern Itussia It would be necessary lenrrles." ' isinforcp, allied tnmis. v V ONE REA ihii HE ANARCHISTS DID VV PRESIDENT WILSON - : i .if t 1 , if' i " i 1 . . ' . m i ..I. 7 v-s' j . V:'k v-.V-. ',--' !' ! - - - - - - - A , - ITT 'EXPECT WILSON TO ,. 1 i SAIL AGAIN MARCH 5 i ' " Ji I Frejd.t ilson pUn to ip ,..-.- . ,, . I J.' lOII-U UWUU JUMtVIt ' ' J addel. I V $:.: : -'-, ta ! Asks Irlef Ceremony. ' I V yrj CP? ; 7 ) fed photos 15'--,.'fcjac- aJ This attack on Premier clemenceau of .France lias caused much discussion as to llio daiurcrs that undoubtedly confronted President Wilson while he was aliroad. The picture ulMivo sliows one feature, of tho protective steps taken to jniard the president. IH'tcotives followl WiImiii every where he went in France. They were imid by tho Viiited states fot-enmcnt to wutc li him. Not that the l ulled State senate was taking this metier -tu find iMit what ho dirt oversea, "j hut lHi'imso tho American istiple pinWsMt that no ii.ssas.slu' .slnntbl nttark him. j Hero are shown two of tho secret ser- t too men fulbiwins: at a discreet dis-. taints as tlio president walks to thej I""' """"""-, lilt- one column nwws i-iv micr 1cineuc-nu. at the" tofi, ami lc low him the otlicr 1-Yoncli delegates to the peace ctinfcivin'o. TOWNS WILL HAVE j!N 4 Tin- desire t polled nuthe r urcnijits Oh- ; of the HH-'trpi enmity declare day of the cl !i;it a Jnrue vole lie j oml timid elfcelion here j u cost ion t hat mayors ' rated t'iyns of the a part in I holiday the i eikm. Manh A. Km- plo"es -ax ill portunitv i Th4 drsii in this vty ie' jriveu op- vote. s ti j;ei f'lll expression Keynote, of the jmeetin yeMrril'iy ;l I'leriK.nn of the 'Itititil cm n i ;i iu ii exi en! ; riMumitlre. It :is pi.inlrtl enl nt the mrrtiiiK 1'V KV(rv'. .,-,sil,le effort will be 'made to , 1U a ful, Vlltl. lhl. ,,1(.a being , . i,i f I nom-o the vole, but to see .1,., ... r I....H- vot. s Feeling thnt the women are as much interested in sood roads as the. men. Jiulue Marsh will appoint a Iwomau front rah voting jre-inct to rt in seltinK the women to go to the polls. i AY XK.KI MOlit: TKOOPS. ' i 1919. ! . WAairrvfirnv. "FVi m Th nre idential ship arlves In Boston Monday, ecreary today. sail again Daniels The naw plans an aerial demonstra-. tlon when the president arrives off the New KnKlanri coast. President Wil son requested tluit the ceremony at Boston in his honor lie brief on ac count of the necessity or his early re turn to WashniKton. si:;:i feiners again active in ireland Dl'Iil-IN", Feb. 21. Sinn Feinera a're reported today to have resumed activity throughout Ireland. A con gress composed of delegates from Sinn Fein clubs from all parts of the coun try are said to be meeting secretly here. ' J ; Government authorities today raid ed the roval school at Rappoe seizing (treat quantity of rifles and 17,000 rounds of ammunition belonging to Ulster volunteers. PRESBYTERIAN PASTOR TO ARRIVE TOMORROW The Rev. J. Francis Morgan, T. D. the new pastor for the Presbyterian church, is expected to arrive In Pen - to Pendleton from jersey' City. N. jjmlttee today. He sa "f i Officers of the Presbyterian chuprch will meet Dr Morsan at the train and Ic'ter' entertain him at a "get ac quainted" luncheon at the Hotel Pen dleton. Ir. Morgan js coming alone. Mrs. Morgan wil lremaln in the east until their daughter graduates from Elmira college In June. Dr. Morgan will preach both morning and even- ins on Sunday at the Tresbyteriaii church. IS ASSASSINATED VMSTKK 1 A M . lYh. J 1 . Kurt KiMier. Ilavarian ireniior. has hcon a.-isssiiiated aix-oMlimr to a Munich di.Kit h. It said ho had boon shot 1 a lieutenant wtm was f tally wounded hy Hie suard. RESTORE MATERIAlm v TO FRANCE, BELGIUM UAM.K. 1'Vh. 21. Weimar dis- imteli says the tierman national as- ntoly lias cieciueii mai imiuMnm materia taken from Pranoe and lh-1- gium must be rclumetl. . INTERALLIED ARMY WILL SEE THAT GERMANY OBEYS ORDERS l'AKI.S. Feb. 21- U'-Intranslgeant ' . . today announces that it hears an In- teraltled army may soon be formed ( to keep the fiebl until Germany makesi NO.71 ASSASSINS PLANS TO GET li Plots Said to Have Originat ed in Switzerland Report ed as Discovered. - ; FRENCH PREMIER IS RECOVERING EASILY Tiger of France Hopes to be ' Out in Four or Five -. Days. .'-r." PARIS. Feb. 21. Bunion re clrou latins here that several plot have been unearthed In Switzerland and mr regarded a a part of the program of extremist conspiracies. In connection with the a tack upon Clemenceau. One report was that the radicals planned to assassinate both Clemenceau and jWllson but that none of the conspi rators succeeded In crossing- tha fron tier Into France, due to tha watchful ness of tha police. , . . Clenurnceaa , Rccoverta-. r-!'t' PARIS. Feb. 21. Premier Clemen- . ceau will be out of danger In it hours. it was announced this mornintj. . v. "I am very optimistic of my ability to return to work In four or fly days," he told President Polncara. ., It is announced at the premier" residence that he Is getting on a well possible. He was out on the Dai- cony for a While yesterday. Considering the relative gravity of the wound hl condition la regaraea as highly satisfactory. . It la announc ed both his pulse and temperature are practically normal. Meeting; at Resident-. ',"5 PARIS. Feb. 21. A meeting- of tha supreme war council inis aaernws will be held at the residence of Pre mier Clemenceau This Is accepted aa revealing an optimistic feeling regard ing the premier's condition. " . SHIPPING BOARD TO HAfiDLE- STRIKERS WASHIN-GTON. Feb. 21. Shipping: board officials today denied they would permit the war labor board to handle the Seattle strike shipbuilder. Until the shipping board's own organ- . ization the Macy wage board goes, out of existence April 1, Chairsrmn Pies said the emergency fleet and ; shipping board "will handle its .. own , labor disputes. ' II! CARE IN ARGOHaE WASHINGTON". Feb. 20. Charges that the 35th division was mishandled and improperly cared for in the bat tle of the Argonne are not ' "well 1 founded." General Traub. division commander, told the house rules cam- j "J ,. '' '. He flatly denied that the Germans dominated the air. He admitted- - shortage of horses but denied it was as great as 59 per cen.'J1 '' ; . ' I navoslaNe In Battle. . . ... Questioned concerning- the ehaigea of Governor Allen of Kansas. Traub either made a flat denial or said the . condition was unavoidable under h. exigencies of battle. He admitted there "were not enough stretchers In the A. E. F. to take care of 7000 men, at one point." Turning to the artillery, the feneral declared that about half a doaen shells from allied artillery fell inalda the American lines. He maintained soldiers alwnys had something to at although there was probably a short-' age of fond at some points. He explained that supplies of winter underclothing had not caught up with the division at the time of the Argon ne fighting. Engineer l-'oughl. Kngineer troops had been pressed into fighting to relieve the Infantry., division, he admitted, "and you can bet your sweet life they fouvht too. The Poehe had the Frenchmen's ffoat. He would not go up there and try,. that Job.- i-We took- in three hours. Avitiit, the French) hail been up against for three years.' St.MHMHHi iMin 1 KKTII-'Il'ATEK. W MUt.T(V. Ken. 21 Meurvuiry ;Iuo4 today Htinouiavtl an offering of S."(Ht.(MMttaMk or nnre In treaaury rwr tiflcate- of lmlbtdiHNH. TtMy will bear Interest n the date of f-X-bru-ary 27 imyable July . Tlic aiitcml rate will he four ami a hair perotwm. KuhMcription brxdui eh we March 4. complete rlnanclal setllnint. Th aintv. accordlnff to the newspaper, woulJ ,nclud) eso.Oso French. 450. Americans. 150, (I9D HrltUhj and 10. BIian. , ; j HAD WILSON ALSO I ! ;l i. i. -