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GAILY EVENING EDITION Number .f coplea printed r yrateruay'M j The Kaat Oreronlan la Eaatern Ore ron'a arreateat ncwepaper and aa a allla fore gi-vea to the edrertlaer ovar twice the guaranteed paid circu lation In Pendleton and Umatilla coun ty of any other newapaper. 3,174 Thle paper If a rm.mb.-r of and audited by the Audit Bureau of Circulation!.. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER CITS OFFICIAL PAPER NO. 9498 VOL. 32 DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1020. HERB AND WILL HAVE FP OVER wrath. Hoover Backers Hotly Deny Charge That One Millionaire Gave $200,000 to Hoover Fund to Use in Campaign. HOOVER OFFERS TO TAKE G. 0. P. SUPPORT Bitter Fight Will be Waged Be tween Johnson and Hoover Men for Control of Republi can State Delegation. SAX FRANCISCO, March SI. Hoover headquarter;, here put punch in the Hoover-for president boom by issuing "outrageous lie" uttement and "a wilful misrepresentation'' uccusa tion. On statement deult with Hoo ver finance. The other brought the content between Johnson's supporter and Hoover men to the front in what in expected to be a bluer fiKht between the two Callforniuns In the race for the republican nomination. The charge of Hoover's opponents that j Cleveland Dodge gave i.iOO,0Oo to the j Hoover campaign fund was character ised as an "outrageous lie' In a state ment telegraphed here by the Hoover national republican club of New York. Hoover headquarters here gavp out a statement by Ralph Merritt, Hoover's campaign manager in California, which, according to the statement, "exposed the deliberate, wilful mis representation by which Johnson headquarters in New York Bought to mislead the voters of California re garding the n I leged 1 nd orsemen t by the New York Times of Johnson's can didacy." In tt. O. I Race. Hoover virtually announced him self as an aspirant for the republican nomination for president yesterday ) when he sent the following wire to tlie , Hoover republican club of California "If tba republican party with the Independent element of which I am naturally affiliated adopts a forward- looking, liberal constructive platform on the treaty and on our economic is- sues and if the party propones meas- ures for sound business administration 4 of the country, and is neither reaction- ary nor radical in Its approach to oui domestic quest tons and Is bucked by men who undoubtedly assure the con- summation of these policies and mean- urer., I will give It my entire support. Nomination Not Nought. "While I dn not and will not myself 4 seek the nomination, if it Is felt that the Issues necessitate It and it is i manded, I cannot refuse service.' IiMUsM-d In Senate. WASHINGTON' March 31. Discus sion of Herbert Hoover's presidential The CUnWaJ of the late David Tay candidacy as a republican broke out I lor. I'matilla county pioneer, was held in the senate today. Mc Keller, dem- ! this afternoon from the family home ocrat. called attention to Hoover's at Athena, and the Christian church statement In a telegram to bis Call- j there. Interment was In Athena fornla friends that the republican .cemetery. A large number of Pen platform must be sound on economic dleton people, friends of the deceased issues. jand bis family, attended. M'ADOO FIRST GAINED FAME WHEN HE BUILT $72,000,000 TUNNEL UNDER HUDSON AFTER OTHERS HAD FAILED i Earliest Ambition Was for a Baseball Bat Which He Did Hot Oet; During War Held Down Two of Most Difficult Jobs. NTTSllKMj STOKY OF V. ;. McAIKMVS UW lfi3 Horn near Marietta Ga. 18K2 Appointed deputy clerk, IT. 8. circuit court, Tenn. 1885 Admitted to the bar. 1885-1892 Practiced law at Chattanooga, Tenn. 1885 Married Sarah Flem ing. 1892 Moved to New York. 1903 President of Manhattan & Hudson It. K. Co., formed to build tunnel system under Hud son river. 1909 Fourth tube opened un dtr Hudson river. 1912 Death of Mrs. McAdoo. 1913 Secretary of treasury under President Wilson. Married at White House to Kleanor Randolph Wilson, daughter of president. 1917 Director-general of rail roads. 1919 Resigned as treasurer and director-general. 1920 Practicing attorney In Vew York. "It' a funny thing how fate will treat you once In a while," said for mer Secretary McAdoo. "t remember as a barefoot boy play ing around Miii. .i. I was the lender of a tang of half a dnien kids who longed very much for a baseball hat. but never were able, even Joint ly to raise th necessary dollsr. "One day I hit on n scheme. I .iCvntiiiue on page .i !fi V, SHE'S A WHOPPER NAVY'S BIGGEST a m S' . iV v -v Mr NEWPORT NEWS. Ya. The yet constructed for the I'nited States 600 fee! long 9, feel broad and has a . A ... ; . ... , batterv will be composed of eight 16 naval craft. jkbbbbbh i hii is m i i i i ill 1 1 1 S WraWBigt A fcffli 111 i --------liffSi---- DAME FASHION REVELS IN SHOW OF SPRIGHTLY GARMENTS IN SPRING AND SUMMER DISPLAY PI FWTY (IF IA77 AMU Livinir Models Present Correct EASY JOBS THREATEN FARM LABOR SUPPLY CHICAGO, March SL: Jazz, luxurious dinners). plenty of shown and late hours, together with easy jobs at high wages, threaten to result in labor tmort- age on Carina this ar which may ca u se further In creases in living costs. Tempting offerH by farmers In th grain belt are meeting with little res pa nse. I T n I ess f a rm help is obtained shortly, far- mors will have to work night and day to get In their crops, according to n ports today. Taylor luiMval Held ToUay. WALL WILL FACILITATE Alterations below the Her mist on dam, which will allow fish to get to j l he ladder and over the obstruction. will be made at once, Marion Jack , member of the fish and came commts- ton suid loday. Changes have also been mad, effective tomorrow, which are expected to improve the fishing conditions near the data. Upon recommend. ition of V. O. Hadley, game warden "f The Dalles, who was here a few days ago, a two foot concrete wall will be built along tht outer edge of the natural water way which parallels the dam below. The fish ladder is at the north wide of the dam and Is H feet htgfricr than Hit rlVr bed al the south end. This natural waterway must be retained in order that fish may find their way to the ladder. Mr. Jack said, it is for that reason that the reclamation In terests which own the dam will build the wall. Repair are also promised to the ladder Itself. Under recent order of the fish and game commission, today ends the I period in w hich fishing can take place I nearer than 300 feet dow'nstreani . from the dam. Fishermen have bee allowed to fish within 200 foot of the ladder but t he n order, effective April 1. rlotSTH the fishing until fur ther notice all the area included in the fae feet down, stream from the dam. 'This order Is expected to give salmon a better ehwct to rench their natural spawning ground. Parents of Unughlcr. Mr. and Mrs. L I ("hnney are the parents of a little daughter born this morning ut St. Anthony's hospital. , , , the largest ship battleship "Ma ryland. navy. was launched March 8 0th. She is displacement of 32,000 feet. Her main . , .a ' . 1I1VV . V . , , . . , the prime minisP'r said, De alern - Inch guns, the heaviest used on a;, ... - . . . . Dress for 1920 on Window Stage in Annual Peoples Warehouse Style Exhibit. N. doubt Dame Fashion last night found profit and enjoyment in a stroll down Main street, for all the spright ly garjnents of Spring and Summer, shown In thf People's Warehouse an nual style how, must surely have Pleased that capricious lady. Living rmdeJs. in a setting madn springlike by the use of outdxr scenery cut. flowers and ferns, dis- j played correct dress for sports, after noon and evening wear for men and I women. Iidy Dtiff Gordon models were fen lured In the show and one especially i stunning gown was developed in sli.-tdes of yellow, ranging from a daf- ! fodil tint to a rich orange. FPmbroi- j dered butterflies edged the bottom of , the skirt, while a narrow black vel-1 vet girdle gave a note of accent. Bright Shades Shown A dash of brilliant color was noticed in a sport jacket of scarlet wool jer- i scy, worn with a narrow black leather bolt. A blue and white pin-striped skirt, with large white hat, completed the costume. Trccolbio in a deep apricot was ust'ii lor a spoit situ, conipieten iv n i chic hit of the same hade trimme.1 cnic nal oi mi same snone irimmeu with soft may wool embroidery. Also of the much favored tricolette i was a blue gown with bloused waist, 'and stialght lined skirt, showing- em broidered motifs of white angora ynrn. Model- Shown for SVnit llgtires Anion several of the stunning . models for stout figures was an even ing K wn of jet and Iridescent bends, 'cut on simple lines and Used in com 1 blnatlon with black charmeuso. Simple but smart was a green jersey nit. worn with matching hat and forming a complete sport costume. Shirtwaists, skirts, wool dresses and sultn were included in the showing f milady, while the men's attire included ! trite, overconts and hats. Mrs, .Jessie 'rich! on, head of the , of the women's clothing department store, was in charge of the show, with Fred BttHt of the Men's department, assisting. Model Ana i in ;il Penile Models for the women's OlOthlltg were Miss Ottphna. Kelts, Miss Donna I eino; Miss Veva ik, Mrs. Sllekhelser Miss I.ucia Cajlll mi Miss l.i CaMII. Miss Kelts wore hats from tne men! to a numirar oi men at atliton li allty Shop, w hile Miss ('ahill's hats j BVeewater, and the annual payroll were from Sloan's Doonel Shop. Mrs. runs Into the thousands of dollurs. -Mel. h User's hats arid Miss Cook s hal. were frtnrl Carriers Millinery. worn hv Lea Oallteon were from Small Shop. Donald Woodwolth, David Snansm. W'eslei Hsssel and John Pophmnn Were tin- module, for the men's cloth ing. rurn!tura was from Crawford's, and music was fUrntelfM by Fletcher's JaSa oi cheat re. MARRIAGE TO "DOUG" WILL NOT EXPEL MARY LeOfl KflKUBS. March 31. Mon signer llartnett of St. Viblana's oath-' - - ,.. tin IM. L-. ford will not net . ss trilv be ex-cm- m..nlf.i.t.Ml from the Catholic church k ,,,,i . i in i- n.oiLritm Knirluinks hut t i - i..n - .-eg- ular communicant of that church. , When asked for a statement, w hom Mary dive reed days ago, said: nothing to sa .'' 1 GUARD IS T L Soldiers Armed With Machine Guns Are Supported by Fly ing Squadron After Fresh Sinn Fein Outbreak. IRISH HOME RULE BILL j PASSES SECOND READING Unionist Leader Discloses ! Warning That Band Has j Landed With Avowed Pur pose of His Assassination. nCBLIN, March 31 Soldiers arm-; led with machlneguns, mi ported by fly- j ing squadrons with armored cars are guarding I.rondonderry prison today,' I following outbreaks, by Sinn Feiners ! imprisoned there and reports than an . efforts might be made to liberate ( them. j Minor clashes are reported from several district. Gammon Dc V&lera, president of the "Irish Republic," is putting for ward the same arguments in the I'ni ted States that Jefferson Davis did when he attempted justification of the secession of southern states. Lloyd tleorge. declared when he took the , lW55fl JLTSJ TtZJS the same language that Jefferson ; Davis did. Some senators voting -on i the recent motion (the motion in the American senate favoring Irish free- jdom), are descended from families . which fought each other to the death ! In the American civil war over de- i ZnnZwJnoZ j ing more than the Vnlted States I claimed and we will stand for nothing less." Carson reiterated the 1' 1st era unal terable opposition to any form of home rule. . Polk, Ifarraeks Attacked". CORK. March 31. A large party of armed men attacked the police bar- racks at Durrus, 4o miles west of lfngford company, spent all of yester Cork, early today. The raiders were day Roing over their policies for the driven off after a three hour Tshtl future, and will be ready to make an Two policemen were wmmded. Parses Second Heading LONDOX, Mar. 31 Lloyd -George's home rule bill for Ireland today pass ed t he second l ending by a vote 348 to 94. During the final debate. Sir Edward Carson, lrih unionist leader, said he had been warned by Scotland Yard that six Clan-Xa-Gael members had ' landed from America with the avowed intention of assassinating him. MILTON CONCERN WILL El, MILTON, March 31. Between ,- ".. - frfnlt boxes will be manufactured dur- ,,., i ' ' " """"" "V. ," liox i'ii n. iv, oriii'is are aueau in h ii ii .1 r.ii i, Inr.. ooantitv of th.w boxes and the smalled grower, will1 place their orders between now and the time for harvest. The prices, according to the present price of lumber and labor will range from IS to 30c a box, which is some thing of an increase over the prevail ing price last car. But it is stated, there may be a reduction before the harvest season. The company, how ever is working the plant at a maxi mum capacity in anticipation of the norma 1 increase in the crop of this valley. in the manufacture of these boxes tipwards of 5,000 000 board feet of lumber will be used. The company has Its own saw mill, where the logs are transformed into boards, and t bese are shipped to the box factory at Milton where the shooks are made. ney are men snippea out either in the made boxes or "knocked down the purchasers desire. Tho Induatrs is one giving employ-that SUFFRAGE VOTE HELD UP UNTIL TOMORROW DoVKli. March . 31. Efforts to call up a resolution ratifying the wo-e-an suffrage amendment in the h uise of the deleware legislature (all ied today. Itepresenttalve Hart, spon sor of the measure, refused to call ifor a vote and the resolution went 1 over until tomorrow. PtVKIl. March 3 1 Su B port e rs of . me suffrage amendment now before Oelew ire leelslnture claim that Its victory is assured. It was stated that t a caucus of republican leaders, agreement was reacJied which Ineur- cd sufficient votes to jrnss the ratifica- i i lion resolution when it is conskb red i - - i late txday. RESOLUTION DECLARING PEACE WITH GERMANY WILL BE CALLED UP FRIDAY FOR VOTE OF HOUSE MR. AND MRS. BROOK TROUT ARE TO BE AT HOME AFTER APRIL 1 Cards were received in I'endle ton today announcing thai Mr. and Mrs. Hrook Trout will be at home on and after Thursday, April 1 In the mountain streams of I'mat ilia county. Indications were today that a large number of old friends would pay calls to morrow. Local dealers in attractive fly honks, costly silk lines and trim casting rods have been displaying their goods for several days In anticipation of the social visits which will be paid by the many anglers of Pendleton to the haunts of the Trout family. Most of the guests will go with baskets, laden with lunch and other good things, but expect to come home with full basketa of trout. Waters of the I'matilla river are reported a bit swift for good fishing at this time, but the sev eral creeks tributary to it are re ported inviting. Ha lea of licenses and of fishing tackle have been ve ry good thus far, i n d I cat! n g considerable interest in this sport. WALLINGFORD CO. ML OPEN BRANCH HERE W. H. Wallingford and H. M. Han sen, president and secretary, respec tively, of the W. H. Wallingford Co.. were here Tuesday to arrange for new and permanent quarters for the com pany's agency here. Mr. allingford in on his wav east to visit the IJ bertv jand Briscoe "factories. Arrangements were made yesterday , baaen, in connection with recommen for a location and announcement will ; dations made to the forest service by be made shortly of the company's j army officers. According to Mr. plans here. Besides the main store j EvanSi La Grande is assured the sub in Portland, the Wallingford company , i,ase recently completed a salesroom and j Tne Arm?trong field, which he garage In CorvaMis. another at Asto- ria and the branch here will complete a chain. Liberty and Briscoe motor cars and Graham Brothers trucks will (be distributed in Oregon through tnese Jfour agencies. Mr. Wallingford and Mr. Hansen, to- pother with H. F. Strong, local man- alter, nil directors of the W. H. WI- nouncement of their new building lo l a tlon within a few days. Work will Legin at once. Their temporary loca tion is with the Howell-Swift Tire Co., 222 Efest Court street. ! ATHLETIC CLUB PLANS FOR SUMMER ACTIVITY 1 A committee for every branch oficarrie1 on through Ludwig Martens . . , ........ r .... .. .,isoviet "ambassador to the I nited activity of the club wa. decided upon this noon at a meeting of directors and : off icers of the Pendleton Athletic i club. Plans are first to be laid for i putting teams into the field for spring ' and summer athletics. Hasehall. tennis and Rolf will he tin i dertaken this season by the club. No lone has yet been named to handle baseball but H. W. Dickson will take ... . T . ,f.,,.nn charge of golf and L. A Menton win be tennis director. Baseball has been ..,,,i,i .r. fr hv i.oor weather con-I ".". - , dittOM A lr-er number of members for the new association is the aim of the directors now. Out of town men will be invited to Join and take part in the activities or tne association. Mat ters of policy were also discussed at the meeting, which was in the form of a luncheon. MILT MILLER TO TALK AT I Milton, A. Miller of Portland, will he the chief speaker at a democratic Jef ferson Day banquet to be held at the Kagle-Woodman hall on the evening of Saturday April 3. Mr. Miller has nceented an invitation to speak on occasion ami will arrive from lprtland Saturday morning. The Jefferson day banquet is plan ned as a get toselher affair by the democrats of the county and is being manuKed by a committee of which P W. Hayton is chairman. Owing to the fact Mr. Peyton w as oeiieo. In n'W Seattle in the last two months, accora-1-ake by a death in his family, the;mg to immigration authorities today. details of his work have been assum-! ,d by Norborne Berkeley, county Vnder the IEollette seamens act. eh:iirnia II. u, .MMitHRMfl ihr. hun.ioet will he f an Hiirl aside from the1:, speaking there will be a musical pro- gra m . i..i..ruat Ti.. r.ff . i- niiiMi tt a'4 niei .o.l u-omen of ilpni.vr.lt P registration t that seating inclinations. In order ( arrangements may lie properly made those who wish to at-) tend are asked to notify Mr. Perkelev by mall or phone. His office phone LONDON. - Just as curiosity, how much did to get dnunk." asked the Wilesden magistrate. At.ont cents." sabl one man. ' Twenty dollars"' said No. : "My worn. uii "him nave ucen drunk" s-uuj the mugtstratc Final Draft of Measure Termi Bating War on Part of Uni ted States Agreed to by Re- ; publican Leaders. WASHINOTON, March 31. A re so- ; lutlon to declare peace between the! I'nited States and Germany will be .called up In the house Friday Chair - man Campbell of the rules committee and chairman Porter of the foreign Leomntlttee declared today. The final craft haa been agreed to by republican leaders. AERO CLUB MAN PAYS VISIT TO PENDLETON Purchase of the Armstrong tract of land just south of town aa a landing field for alrolanes was recommended to the Pendleton commercial Assocla- j ' (ton's aero committee today by X. C Fvvans, of Portland, representing the Aero Club of Oregon, who was here in the interests of the forest service j here today. The boom, according: to air patrol. Mr. Evans looked over the leaders, was launched on the respon cily's three available airplane sites tv- sibility of Illinois democrats, thouxh gether with Secretary C. K. Cranston, it was declared it was "believed Mc James & Johns and James H. Estee. Adoo had knowledge of it." Iji Grande has assured the Aero . Club that it will provide a permanent ( Though he has never announced field for a sub-base for the service. himself as a candidate for the preal Mr. Evan told the local men. He also ; dential nomination McAdoo is gener said that the city had decided to raise ally considered as the logical man for $15,000 for improvements. The po- the democratic nomination and as the sibility of La Grande's spending that probable choice of the convention to sum on the sub-base for the air patrol ' be held at -San Francisco The for i? scouted by the local men, honvever. Mr. Evans came here from La Grande and left for Portland this noon j oa No. 17. He was recently sent out i h- hA a r-r. ri,,w Aro-An inni.- Lw sites for landinjr fields and suh- , rerommended here, has been used ,ato by ajrnianes which have come j here and with a mtle changing, could be majt3e a Very good binding site. Mr Cranston said today. The cost of j such a field, however, is understood ' f w. moro hn fnp ... or .. Irtra , organization would care to pay. , T IN COURTS OF U. S. i:30. All who desire to obtain first I SAX FRAN-CISCO. March 31. The nani knowledge of what the Nora Par- Russian soviet government today tisan league, has done to Dakota are I brought suit in the United States court Invited to be present. ! here for J50.000 damages, declared to I The Foster meetings are being held 'have been sustained through detention "nder the auspices of the State tax ! of the steamer Rogdia in this port, j Payers League of which organization Negotiations for the suit have beenL'avia -kelson is chairman for l.ma- States. - This is said to be the first s brought in the United States court which the soviet government presents itself as a sovereign power and asks equal rights in the court with other "world nationa It is seen here as an attempt to force recognition of the soviet government by United States courts and take the matter out of the hands of the slate department. The complaint states that "Laidwlg Martens has been ordered to take possession" of the vessel, which is tied up here by proceedings brought by members of the crew who claim their wages are unpaid. ...... MISSISSIPPI HOUSE REJECTS SUFFRAGE BY 43 TO 94 VOTE .TOSKSOX. March .11. Tlie Mlsstss- i!li Ikmirc refused late this afternoon to ratify the suffrage amendment. If I voted 43 for ami 91 against tlie mens- ;nre. There was prolonged cheering in , the hotL-ie wlieii the vote was nnmiiinc- j ied. I JAPANESE ARE GAINING ILLEGAL ENTRANCE TO U.S. PORT ON 'SHORE LEAVE' PRETEXT SKATTL.E, March 31. More than Japanese have entered the I'nited states illegally through the port of Commissioner w nite staieu. sain'rs i 'all nationalities lbwei to spend few days on land before returning b their native countries. The Japs - tie cieei fii-'i'-ii advantage 'i mis snoie ie.ie t v ide immigra mm autnor-uor- ami mot- ... aisineis. nne mmtmmm It 1 snid that in Yokahama regular business is conducted In recruiting "crews' for vessels built during the pejst ar for the I'nited States ship ping board. Fur nm raroring from matter of to tSOo yen. agencies will secure it cost you Ihe neesary pfipers and ship Indivi duals) as "seaman, promising inai ar rangement will lee made for him to enter the t'niied States without being tioubled by tmmittrat! offtclala, ac cording to oCftciais here- ILLINOIS WANTS M'ADOO IN RACE FOR PRESIDENCY j j j j j j Boom Launched Today by Chi cago Democrats Said to Have Informal Approval From Former Director General. M'ADOO HAS ASKED FOR THREE DELEGATES Strength of Former Official Shown by Oregon Vote Wherein He Upset Move Aimed to Promote Hoover Candidacy. CHICAGO, March 31. William G. McAdoo was nlaied in the race for the I presidency with the launching of a j boom for him by Illinois democrats mer secretary of the treasury has much strength in Oregon, as evinced by the fact that a straw vote taken by the Oregon Journal in behalf of the Hoover candidacy developed more votes for McAdoo than for Hoover. The position taken by McAdoo is that the convention delegates this year should be uninstructed and he has therefore asked that his name be kept off the ballot in several states. : WILL TALK AGAINST NON PARTISAN HAGUE Arthur Poster, former North Dakota farmer residing in Portland, fa to sreak in Pendleton Saturday evening against the operations of the Non j Partisan league and the eforts of that i organlaation to get a foothold in Ore- gon. A meeting has been arranged I for the auditorium of the county 11 ( brary and the meeting will start at i tlila county. COLLINS MILL SHIPS FIRST CAR OF FLOUR The first carload of flour ground by the new Collins Flour Mills was ship ped today to Portland as the first shipment on an or ier for 10,000 bar rels of export flour ptaoed with the mill by the rj. S. grain corporation. There were 440 barrels of export flour in the car. From now on two carloads of flour a day will be shipped to Portland for export. The 10 000 barrel order will require about 24 cars to move. The mill went on a 24-hour basis today ird between S00 and 900 barrels of flour will be produced daily. Machinery in the mill is wnrkinir out in good shape. R. M. Orommelln. manager, said today, tt will be a few d.-.ys before the capacity of lOOfl bar- tela oan tie attained. The warehouse around the mill is now being pushed to completion and is expected to be d..ne by the end of this week. Weaffieff Reported bv Major Lee Moorhonse, wea i her observer. Maximum, 44. Minimum. 3. Ba'ometer. 29.60. MWEATHB FORECAST Tonlxht and Thursday fair.