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DAILY EDITION The net press run of yesterday' Dally 3,221 This paper Ts it merpner o"- snfl sndfted by the Audit Bureau of Circulation!. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER VOL. 34 DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1922 10,236 mtj. -- DAILY EDITION (jj Ma) J'r'jj1,, 4uJ WX.-Mrj county of any other newspaper. -COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEB NO. BALTIMORE PEACE PLAN ACCEPTED BY SHOP POLICY COMMITTEE ACCORDING TO REPORTS POINDEXTEh' WON IN THE Senator Lodge Renominated " by 72,000 Plurality by Voters of Massachusetts. NEWBERRY SUPPORTER WAS VICTOR AT POLLS Both Parties See Hope in Re sults of Primaries; Ad- ministration Rejoices. SEATTLE, Sept. 1 S. CI". P.) Senator Foindexter, whose opposition was split-three ways, was renominat ed by a 25,000 plurality. Ex-Congressman Dill, democrat, James Dun can, .farmer-labor, won senatorial nominations. Lodgo Renominated. BOSTON, Sept. 13. ( L P.) Sena tor Lodge's plurality in yesterday's primaries is 72,000. Colonel William -A. Gaston defeated Sherman L. Whip ple for the democratic senatorial nom ination, and Governor ClianninB Cox. republican, was renominated seven to one. Latest figures Rive Lodge 100,- , 477, Joseph E. Walger. 29,310. Joseph C. Pellotler, ousted Suffolk county district attorney, and later disbarred from Massachusetts courts, I was renominated for his old office in j the primary yesterday. Pelletier wa- ' geel a campaign issue for vindication. He was formerly high in Knights oi Colujnbus councils. Michigan Primaries. DETROIT, Sept. 13. U. P.) Sen ator Charles E. Townsend, Newberry supporter, was renominated republi can senator by approximately 20.000 over his nearest rival. Alex J. Grose beck easily won the republican guber natorial nomination. Colorado Primaries. DENVER, Sept. 13. (TT. P.1 Pro. .grossives won yesterday's primaries nomination The democratic guberna torial candidate is William E. Sweet, millionaire baker, endorsed by the la bor and non-partisan league. Arizona Primaries. PHOENIX, Ariz., Sept. 13. (U. P.) Thomos E. Campbell, republican fleorge W. P. Hunt, democrat, won the gubernatorial nominations, the re turns indicate today. Veimont IHniar'cs. MONTPELIER. Vt., Sept. 13. (T'. P.) Redfield Proctor Is leading- Lien- ( tenant Governor A lira m W. Foote for the republican gubernatorial nomina tion by about 3000: Congressman ! Frank I Oreene was the unopposed republican senatorial candidate. See Hope. WASHINGTON. Sept. 13. (f. P.) Both republican and democratic leaders see hope In the Massachusetts primary result. Republicans believe the defeat of Sherman L. Whipple, democratic senatorial candidate, pre sents an easier opponent in the elec tion for Lodgf. Democrats pointed j to, the unusually heavy vote. The re- j nomination of Townsend of Michigan ! caused rejoicing in the administration' ranks. DEXIFS REPORT NOMINATION PRIMARIES OMAHA, Neb.. Sent. 1.1 if. P.) j reach. . ' - -Carl Orny, president of tbr I'nion' Pacific today denied rumn. f.f his contemplatinir acceptance of the presi dency of the Canadian National Rail ways. P.eported bv Major l.ee Moorhouse '-ather observer. Maximum, !. Minimum, liarometer, 3. TODAY'S FORECAST T'niht prd Thor.!,-y f.iir nd "olr. 1 . I I! 1 i r. L, ; :! y. SHE'S PRIDE Miss Emma Scott Stftt, daughter ot will head the 1st of navy richiiluntes I 4rti PENDLETON MAN, MEMBER OF RELIEF SQUADS AT ARGONAUT MINE DESCRIBES RESCUE WORK - . A graphic description 'of the recent fires in the Argonaut mines in Cali fornia is cnnuilm-d ' in' h letter from Herbert Hiestund, one of the mem bers of the relief Wiiiads, to his nioth-j er, Mrs. Jessie fliostund, of thin city. The letter follows: "The fire broke out,' or rather was discovered, about midnight. August 27. Our team art :vcrt at-b:3h p. m. tlv next day and went underground at 1 1 o'clock. We 'were-the first full team to go down. A team consists of la or more men. Tin- moin .dial't of the Argonaut- was on- fire and nowhere else. The shaft is down cast fn we had fresh ajr to the 2.000 level. Apparatus I "sort "There we connected up our nxyiron breathins apparatus and climbed down the manway. At about 0 feet down we encountered smoke and pas. We kept on until 'we reached the 2,"0 foot level where the smoke was so dense we could see only about four to six Inches' from our lamps. In. ad, II tlon the heat from the fire and steam was so great that we could not stand It and several were nearly, scalded. . "We came up and recomoiende 1 that the superintendent let us blast I the shaft at the 2700 station. Th-' next day the shaft timbers were blasted between the :miw ami i' .ioii i levels. But the fire 'died down and 1 , was burning only outside the timbers: so a crew or rescue men ,wun appara jti:s Went rtrtwn with five noses to a I point 5T. feet below the 2:,no station land put out all the flames tiny could Another crew nt wurk "hen this was done another erev ! of which I was a member' weat in on the 2l0rt level to where the miiid-ion shaft was intersected. Here we saw the dense black smoke and iras com- from the fire below. Tlvs ires so strong that when our carbide lamns were placed in it they were snapped out as fast lis an electric light is flashed on or off. "There is a great deal of bcal er ti- 1 cism of us for not goin- down th'- I Mul.loon shaft. The rea-.-n we di.ln ' j Ls that it wo'itit take eitht boor- t-. make a round trip from the :imi.ln i the 4MOI f.wt levl, with a 4" pound i apparatus on each man's t-acti. ie-r i ox ten sopplx- lasts for only two hour . ''i ' I m lsrii t'bsncl (Iff. I : I "The next day we went down. clean- rd the dehri- off the track where the haft w;i ola.-led and em 10 n ;".mii lvpl. Tht-n we ord-r-d ?-iprdi-- ;ind at 4'" feet b-low the t:i!ion Pit in j t-'Mkliad arros th- !hafT. Thi- cr nited of thrc in h planl; ro' -r- with ro.i"'p2 iiM-r and s - f-ral times dur;3 the or.srr'iion thrp was ca nc-in in th -hr-fr b -lew h!ch for"d m"'-' and jr. ip n ito wh-lO we Kere. had rt tan.ir i. 1 (Continued on page i.) OF U. S. NAVY. Hear Admiral-and Mrs. Kdwiirrt Rhodes at Washington this season. WIFE OF POLICE CHIEF I OF PORTLAND CONDUCTED ; LIQUOR RAID LAST NIGHTjConstru;tion:k ?ractically PORTLAND. Sept. 13. (I. I'. '-- -.Mrs. Jenkins, wife of the Chief of Police, personally led u Pquor raid last night on an exclusive apartment house. She called tile patrol and arrest- en three women, two men and seized .i.vnthetie evidenc?. 10 HEAR PHONE CASE! j A hl-arlng before the pul.lie service ' rota In i.M!fn' of flo-fin u-ill h ht.1,1 in the commission's offices at Port la nil 1 1"p '"'"V "" w,lh H"n,p 'f "' lOetober 2 to investigate the present ,allN ,n:" r' mU ' ,'f"r' charges that the rates in force are too!""' b'",,' '" l,P lf,!"ly tnr pa" ' high, according to a notiee from t he ' gcant ry progiaau and the dancing and i commission iilrch has been received ! ""'' rdnyinir which will be under way l.v Citv l!- eor,l,.- Thomii- I.t fiernl.t, for four IlightS next Week. q.. ,,. i., Mf,v, . -..r ,., , .,sh,., M.iri.h , lf,:., c,.,,rdinB to h,. information in the complaint. In the notiee sent oat by the compan ;some or bis associates Know. nut the stati ment is made that the passage 'enough has leaked out about what the of U months during which period the i director's have planned to make it a rate have been in force should be n""ie thine that the program will be -iffrci-m t'me to furnish some Idea vastly different from last year. Pa of whether th" charges are Just. 'genntry will be the chief note struck Attention is also called to the faet that the .recall of two of the commis - s oners was made on the urn mil of! dissatisfaction with the present rates, i . . - . '"' i:i:i:i.!N. s..t. is. tr. i: it si-ioi-iff:ciaiU- iniotunced that many would refu.-e the lt Ulan de ii-and tl.'l a io'n.lred niMli.m go marks i.e d ii.-ite,l r-s a s'larantee f- 'he Aiieut pal met,!. nd r1 pieni r n-r-M f," -mm nt ofiic;. tions, In are apprehersi'.- t" the oufr.me f th f-arfl rri,.ir.ltin, siiaTjon. !t is Mazland may coiintenn nc fi'"r a'-i!in 'v Kririp and Il2inm in niurn fur th'-lr Mippf-rt of KnsTand's I y iu th- n--.tr ea:. u ',rt i;ii, I'l.lH i: 4l lti;i. I.'iIIS. i'"pt. 1.1. if. IV K s.. r. -off ricc it .-prji.nei :.! r. mi y 1 o'.t of the -am- the n.amo. r o; ,e s-a-.n ttis i-.ss w .11 Trowna. RELIEF RUSHED TO REFUGEES AT SMRNA BY U. S. American Destroyer on Way to Smyrna With Supplies i for 700,000; Many Die AMERICAN WOMAN MAY BE QUEEN OF GREECE Diplomatic Circles Believe Allies Will Offer Turks Adrianople and Thrace. PARIS. Sent. 13. (f. P.) It is rumored the abdication ot King nn- stantine may make tin American woman queen of Greece. Well In Conned Greek circles here believe that Constantine will abdicate as the result of the disastrous Greek defeat in favor of his brother, Christopher husband ot the former Mrs. W.lliam D. Leeds, widow of the tlnplate king Former 1'remler Venlzolos is here con- ferrlug with the French officials, flf will not accept his former post untl all the present cabinet" resigns, he says. Compromise J'luiincd. , LONDON, .Sept.. l,H.i (U. I'.) Dip lomatle quarters believe today the al lies will attempt a comprom'se will the Turks and offer the restoration of Adrianople and the yreater portion ot (i 'oni t iiiie on onge 6.) T READY FOR STAGING nr rinnT inn nunu Nftd hM Done, and Plans Completed for Presenting Pageantry. That Happy Canyon patrons who (attend the n'ght show, this year an !due for some new ideas about the pos- Isibilitles of the old town that Is paint- 'ed up :n new colors is the belief that j has boon expressed by those who huvi ! inspected the scenery and furnish lings of the rebuilt show house anil beard some of the plans that bavi been worked out for the show. Construction or the building ha' a.boiit been completed by Cole & llrcwnlow, conlrartots in charue oi Jibe .lob of restoring tbr snow-crushed : structure. The greater part of tiieii ; work has already been done and the The rietual show and whut Jt will eonsist of Is a secret which only the arena director, philo Rounds, and and many new things hae been j'volved. Considerable interest Is felt over what the finale will be. A novel stunt has been prepared to brine the even- i UK's program to a close. It will be ; historical in Its nature, according to ihe on'y hints that have been mad publie, but what the act will con lis; of retiiiiins a nnstery. The Hi-enerv has all ln-en painted and Jimmy Rliim-hart. Pm-tlanil man fthii took can- of this phase of th' ' tiieparations, depa rt-il Oils in'iin nn for his home. Kvprisions of grstifi- cat on ...er the way Rhinehart ":in - died tn- pointing J" given m.ic - i j l.v lh" ilirertots at tneir Alunilay nlanT r meettnL'. xiie tdd tret will nil rhanif1 tnis v.r The Mat". tH. will be that of noTh-r show, a Unowt, and there w'll i etwi'ijrh innovation to or pris. th oM-M Hapi y inyon fan In " tow nn iav ano i nnroay . nithts fli'l te l'endJ'"' nichts. The ' b .! p-id- bai" t--n r- d tj the show the f'ft Two nitht o , th r- w II ? rKm rr i tor n Fn - dr' and ?;ird;v ntpht In f.rrr. arj ih ntt-nda n-1 h hen . I. -. . hnn fh fie-. tiivht tfier ,bat ,h, rrnm,t. ,r, ,alv turnrd is are unable to see the night snos MAGNIV0X TO BE USED THIS YEAR AT ROUND-UP TO ANNOUNCE EVENTS Spectators of the l!ound-I'i this year will find an Innovation when it comes to the announc ing of events from the arena, n plan having been worked out whereby three mngnivog will he used to inform spectators of the results in the various events. In former years three an nouncers have shouted through magnaphones from three crow's nests In the arena. By using ninanivox it -will be necessary to use only one man for the work, thus cutting down expense, but F. J. Mc.Monies, In charge of the work, is of the opinion that the new system will prove much' more sallsfnotnry from the point of view of the spectators. A trial of the new equipment has been made In the grand stand and nlong' the bleachers. Thomas Young has offered the use of one magnivox to the Roiind-T'p association, and two , more will be purchased. N. P. OF FIC'AL THINKS INI Th it it would be expensive to the Northern Pacific to be forced to enter Pendleton over, the O. W, p.. & N. Macks should a. common depot be nr. "anged and the present X. P. tracks be removed from Webb street, was "ontended yesterday by Superintend ent Shannon of the Pasco division In i conference with the Commercial as sociation managers. Mr. Shannon ex plained that he was not discussing the natter officially but ho made it clear 'hat from bis personal point of view he proposition Is Impractical. As undcisitmd by Mr. Shannon the ise of the l). W. I!. & N. trncks by the Northern Pacific would require the 'alter company to bear half the rx 'onse of the local yards even though he X. p. would make cmuparallvelv ''ttle use of the property. Other ex- enses would also be Involved and the "'perfntendent feared the Northern 'aciflc would lose most of Its Pendle on business. After the matter has been dlscuss d pro and run it was decided to ad dress a letter to the Northern Pacific. hrniiph the superintendent's office so is to get definite Information as to the onipany's position in the mutter. It. was pointed out to the superin endent yesterday that Webb streel Is he longest street' lu town and that iq development has been considerably hampered by the railroad track. VH HYTHA l is OT VI C1AI.S-M VVT. r-HICAO, Sept. 13. (P. P.) ; Hit? Ten" conference officials nro meptinif here today for the nnnnai i rille.s intf-rpretatlon. UpvIhIoiih ex- 1 jcctefl arc untm port ant. AT THE ARGONAUT MINE JACKSnX, Talif., Sept. ?,, ('. P.) The town 1h Hitaln In a f"ver of ox- .(teinriit with the report that the r-n- ! rne crew expectB to break thrmiuh In Tn the Argonaut mtne hi 4S bourn. ! The old ure chute encnimtereH yn- j enlay delayed the work hI Ik Idly but j the ifHriierH are now beyond the ob struction and proKreHMinn rapidly. Sheriff Lucot of Amador county hiis n ft oiH if di-pntf'f to aMF Ht Idiu to nia:nn'n order w hjn ::ie n-ncuer re nenriut the Arvonaut h.ft. II expected larice crowds attempt !! 'o rea-h the juinn will Interfere with he rencun work. Wives of the Im crifonrd mi net n a km In nrroun the shaft nt Ihe mouth fr the first time sinre the first dnytt oft r the catas- t rophj i 9 j J,CKSi INVILLK. Kla.. Sept. I. ),.,itv ,,i-tiff miniiinnl four men IllKht mhp tempting lo dyna- niit :i trestle m the Atlantic coast line north of here. Two w-r captur ed and the authorttl- today sre set-king the two mho escs ted. PURCHASE OF SHIPS WAS MERE SPECULATION 'A N FliAV'I''!, S-i II. r j I . 4;frr l. ferry fmrrhawr of th ptfiinpinx iwiri w.-Mii-n snip ; Fl.-ittd tt..v that the niirrhase w. I ..... I r aiuvnUi 1,. Tfc ...ii- . i ... toileted immediiitelr Knd most the eh ps ill ptnlat,iy come lo San I Francco tor dumi itllng. 1 SENATOR LODGE tTniled HtalcH Senator loriiro ro- roived his nixih republican nomination for that office by a plurality of nioro than 721,00(1 hh the result of yenter tlay'a primaricH. XTRA SAl.KM, Ore.,' Sept. 13. (I. P,) Richard M. llrumfleld convicted of the murder of Dennis Russell near Uosehurg, Ore., over a. , year ago, shortly before noon today committed suicide In his jail cell. He had secured about a font of rope In an unknown manner wijlch he used to hang him self. BRITISH I'ltlvKillTKR AHItK. SAN I'MIANCIHCO, HeM. 13. (IT. P.) The . Ilrltish fre gbter Roman prince, from Antwerp to San Krnncls- co, Is afire at sea near Colon, Cana? zone. It Is expected it will reach Colon tonight. ISSUE SAYS PIERCE Walter M. Pierce yesterday released for publication a statement of his po- I sltioii on taxes and his support of the compulsory school bill. The state ment while dated at iJt Drande, Sep tember 3, was not given to the press until yesterday, tho document being brought to Portland from Kugeno. It follows: Ia Orande.' Or., Sept. 3, 1912. Taxes are taking, euch year, on the average. 2 1-2 per cent of the equaliz ed value of real property in Oregon. This equalized value Is very close to the real or sell'ng vnlue, ' Wealth does not Increase 6 per cent annually. The average Increase thnyigh a number of years lnf perhaps, 3 per cent. Rapidly the tax line Is ap proaching Increase of wealth. On the avei-Hge, taxes take more than nne- half of the economic rent. This jucans ithat the owners of real property nre IMooii going to hold only the empty (Husk, 'the 'kernel bnvlng been tnken ! through the forms of taxation. ! Tax cut All-Important. I In" the face of such facts there ts ihnt one question today In Oregon tan (reduction. We must reduce to the lowest possible limit; we must spread out the load so that all shall bear their Just share. -Many people wonder why a reli gious controversy should have been f(k,-,.C,l t.. II... Im-I I.. .1.1. ........ ,L1. "r '"oi ,ii mm mnir mini i .n.i ... f i .:., ii. ri i . ui I e,... . i Vf.. J. .. -1' . . .. "" ...i - . . I V not the Usiie. We are living In f ree , Amei li a, the land of the free, the i -"in cetitun', wtiere every one can i worship '.il as he pleases.. J d UIT1 U I'rnl.Hilonl Urn Inlli wa ' I erat'iin In America. Bvery one of my I n- torn h un I -n a Ir d et a n t for over 30a yar. My wire and all her rtlatlvt-M ar- TroteKtantn. Kvery one of our six children ww educated in th- ptihlic whmdK. 1 bdtev In the frrt puldle m-hM, fron. the primary to the ntih'K and itnlvemit v. N-ImmJ Kill fwrHt. I am In favor tf and nhall vote for !h- cM.isory jKhKl (.HI npnnore7 by the JrottiTh l:lte Masonic lolfre-i of I btdtev we would havt- better, . i. ration of Ani.-rcaum free from nol.l ry and bimrtrv. If all children "P to and Including the eighth gruff -dllC;it- ttl Ihe free public holds of AmiTica. I believe we should have legislation I. r., hil.it n-,- the wearing of sectarian rarli by teachers In the public schools. jl am un-tt-rbly opowd to the ap- I M oprtat on of nubile ,.,. nr m.mru. IIrTW.. I IT th inter f I r . .. - i. - , ... " , , fem- ... .... .vu ' 1 1 stall be covernor of sit ih -f cf. ie ,k. .. j (Continued on pas (.) . f S ' ' J 'i VOTE 45-35 FOR SEPARATE PEACE PLANS Unions to Use to Effect Settlement . This Nucleus a Nationwide of Strike. COURT PROCEEDINGS LIMITED BY JUDGE Union Officials Charged With Sanctioning and Encourag ing Violence by Strikers. CHICAOO, Sept. 13. (U. P.) At torney Rlchberg, representing ', the . shopmen in federal court told ' the 1'nited Press this afternoon that he had received official information that the Baltimore peace plan had been a.?-, cepied. The strike leaders expect to work from this nucleus of about 85, 000 miles of railroad to effect a na tionwide settlement. Settlement was vigorously opposed by workers on the Pennsylvania, Illinois and Central and other roads not Included in the peaee. The principal roads Included are St. Paul, Northwestern, .Baltimore & Ohio; Southern and Seaboard, It Is reportei Live, yute Has 45 to th In. favor of ac ceptance. Thomas Stevenson', 'br'otlj frhood attorney claimed . the - New ork Central was included In the set tlement. President Jewell is Mill In the conference and cannot be reached for confirmation. CHICAGO, Sept. 13. (U, P.) Federal 'authorities charged (nday be--fore Judge Wllkerson that shopmens union orficlnls sanctioned and en- . coitraged violence by the striking . members. Shopmens Attorney Rlch berg attempted to demand a clnsslf j-' cation of the governments evidence to . speed up the proceedings; Wllkerson snld the hearing must finish within a ten day period over which the- in unction Is extended. PORTINI), Sept. II. (A. P.) presiding llishop Daniel 8. Tuttle today mnounced the temporary ap pointment of llishop Frederick . W. Kentor of Western Washington, Olym pin to be missionary bishop of Eastern ; Oregon, to succeed Bishop R. I Pad- . dock, whoso resignation has been ao copied. "A visit to the Eastern Oreiron country convinces one of Its yaat po slhillties and (he need to hold It as a repnrnto diocese rather than linking It up with contiguous territory," -he said. , . WOOL MARKET SHOWING lioyTTlV Q..r,l 1TT V 1 TV. wn,,i ninrsei is HnDmng. continued strength refleitlng foreign demand. .Orrmsny ' buyinir steadily ; at full rirfll WELCOME TO GUESTS Next -eex wtll bo a memorable ooeiiRioo in notary Club circles for 00 Wednesday the district convention of presidents and secretaries will be held here. Further plana for entertalnlnj the visitors were discussed at the Ro tary luncheon today. A special lunch- eon will be served at noon and at t : o'clock the visitors will be driven to ! Cabbage Hill, following which they , will be entertained at a buffet eupper at the Klks club. The evening will be spent at Happy Canyon. . Charles uoodman, Seattle Itotarlan and In charge of the decorating work here for the Round-l'p wna a visltnr today and made a brief talk to the club, complimenting th era upon being; in per rent in Round-l'p ahlrta. James Iturrher of Stanfield was also a guest toils y. The Rotariana accepted an ln-ita-tlon from the Kxchanic ri . tit- a dinner to be given in o-iN. r, the ex act date not feeing j- I rt.