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DAILY EDITION DAILY EDITION The net press run of yesterday's Daily 3,240 Tht paper In a memner or ana audited by the Audit Bureau of Circulation. The Kant Oregonian t Eastern Ore. ron greatest new-paper and aa a (ail ing force gives to the advertiser over twice the guaranteed average paid cir culation In Pendleton and Umatilla county of any other newspaper. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER VOL. 34 SEMI-WEEKLY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1922. NO. 10,239 ha "irta ufata a BUDGET TO CALL OR ADDITIONAL TWO MILL LEVY Original Estimates Asked , for by Council Adopted, New Policeman Provided. BEARS BID TO PRESIDENT. M4 'CIVILIAN' MEMBERS ARE OUTVOTED BY 'REGULARS' Private Citizens on Budget Board Favored Trying to Work Under Charter Limit. In a test of strength between office holding and non office holdlns mem bers of the city budget committee last evening the latter were outvoted and action was taken lo submit to the people at the November elec tion a budget calling for a total city expenditure of f 114, Jill. 71. This will mean an lnr.rea.scd tax levy of two mills and under the charter ' re quirement this increase will have to be voted by the people before it can be made. It was contended by the '''civilian" members of the budget committee that while all the tilings listed in the budget made up by the council are very desirable it would be pos sible to Bet by 'under the 11 mill limit by eliminating certain things and resorting if necessary to t lie j use of warrants. The test came over the proposition of eliminating an item of $7000 for j a new street flusher. Messrs, Mat- ( lock, McCook, Kwearingen. llur roughs and Aldrich voted to elimi nate this item while llayor Hartman. One and Councilmen Dunn, McMonies, Hond, Kriedly unci I'enlaiid voted in the negative. The vote was thus six to five for upholding the esti mate, J. 1j. Vaughan being in the chair and not vcting. Inasmuch as the decision to in clude a new flusher meant the ne cessity of an additional levy fur ther efforts to trim the budget wire dropped and the budget as first pro posed by the council was adopted with" an additional provision for an other policeman at a salary of $1, 500 a year. It Is the intention if the budget carries to convert one of the present patrolmen Into a night desk officer; it being held it is very un wise not to have a man always at headquarters In case a call for the police should come by phone. Sinking J 'mid 'rclilcl. A feature of the present budget is that It provides the sum of JSuOO for a sinking fund with which to re tire bonded indebtedness when due and also a depreciation fund of $2. 500 for the fire department so as to have money available when new fire equipment Is needed. Kxponso llstlrnutes. The estimated expense for for the various departments are listed ns follows: P e l ;is :t n iit'i' ft?"" fff ffTl (ITlilTl Ju U Liza i Lzzi lizpUry ULzz zJ zJ J r " !'l Tiir.ru nrrriTm n- ' ,j , ULUtN urrtAitu NUpt,alS mffm armfnians masqaprfh .- . ' i uj lis. nm ii-iiiniiif i iniiiiniJiii ii Mlll-an a.. .. l z" I 7 " - w. .... mm IN U. S. I yr-r i J TILDEN DEFEATED Jl TENNIS FINALS Little Californian Won First Two Sets; Jilden Then Braced and Won Three Sets. MRS. MOLLA MALL0RY RETAINED HER TITLE Ten Thousand Spectators Were Sitting, on Edge of Their Seats During Final Set. I Miss Mary Harrington sontalivi of Kono Nrv., waf i''i'" Western womanhood to travel Safin Jiiiies to AYiieh iwssto.t . fi nd- im ito IVtHrlont Harding In the linno nound-I'p. ' 'She-presented the executive with a 10-gal-lon cowboy hat. I'HII.ADKI.IMIIA. Sept. 16. (.IT. I 1'. I Mrs. Molla Ma I lory retained her title today as the middle state wom an's angle tennis champion when she defeated Mrs. .fessnp fi-1,' 6-1. In to I day's big niateh for permanent pos session of the national championship tennis howl, William Tildcn met Wil liam Johnston, California. Kach has won tjio bowl twice, .iohnston won the first set, i-4. .lnhnstori wull the second set, fi-3. BY TURKS ACCORDING TO ESTIMATE; U. S. DESTROYERS ARE AT REFUGEES MASSED REilG British Reinforcements Landed at Constantinople Today While Turkish Cavalry Neared the City; Greek Warship Opened Fire on Turkish Quarter of Smyrna; American Flag Pre vented One Massacre; Many Girls Have Been Kidnaped. GREAT BRITAIN HAS INVITED GREECE, RUMANIA, SERBIA AND BRITISH' DOMINIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DEFENSE OF ZONE AROUND CONSTANTINOPLE Princess Nina, daughter of a lliis siun grand duke, has just become the bride of Prince Chauchavadze In a brll-; picturesque ceremony at the Itusslnn llaut service and placement shots, .church, London. many ol them uugettahle back-hand " j Mohammedan Leaders Have Decided Upon a General Moslem Uprising Simultaneously With Attack on Constantinople; White Massacre Expected to Follow Uprising; Russia and Bulgaria Ready to Side With Turks in Event of Wari pTilcleii ,ijhi'n. lirmfi and with Committee Finds Room Rent Charges In Past Are High IE ! third set, ;Then started Retired Farmer Has : Charged Visitors to Round-1 Up $5 Night, is Report.; i OF ROTARY CLUBS 10 BE HERE NEXT WEEK! Representatives From Oregon, j Washington, Eritish Co-' lumbia Meet on Wedr.ehday ! drives down the s'de lines, took the J, and the fourth set, the fifth and deeidine: set for what amounts practically to the world's title as well as the United j Slates championship with both mien SplayiiiK tennis which had mow than j in, (nm spectators sitting; on the enjre of their seats. The final set went to Tildcn, ti - 4 , and with it the national idianipionslilp and the cup. ATHENS, Sept. 16. (U. P.)-i-British reinforcements landed at Constantinople today tfhtte Turkish cavalry approached ' cd within a few miles of the city. Four British cruisers'and . eight destroyers tave guns trained on the advancing Tivrks un der Mustapha Kemal. Allied marines were prevented from landing at Smyrna by the KemaliHts yesterday. Great damage was done to the Turkish quarter of Smyrna, when the Greek warship Kilkos opened fire. Refugees here continued to tell stories of Turkish atrocities. The American flag prevented a massacre in one instance. Airplanes are included in the British forces. The main Kemalist army extended its right winir to within fiftv milpa nf the southeast of the city. Kemalist Premier Faeuf Bey,!address. ; E SINCE IFoul Play Suspected by Friends I ' a crowd from a balcony at the Turkish nationalist assembly 4 n , n at Constantinople, said : ' in Case of Garage Owner ..,.,1., i ...... o The effort being made by a n cial committee from the Commercial and Uound-l'p associations to insure fair prices for visitors here next week for rooniH and beds has resulted in the discovery helm; made that many private home owners in the i My h.ii'n hr.n cliiirsrinir what is char.ie- t.-1-lzcd as essessively liiirh rale, in ! ! the I'tast for rooms and bed;. due c:ise has been cited in which a prominent retired farmer clmrce.l visitors Jf, a nif-'ht for beds. A keeper of one rooming house has in- iKinifH on,. iHi'inTinr of tile cullllllit- rved ! tiinis i .. in iz. iu iupia. i mi MEN 10 DAYS OFF and Former Football Afterwards Constantinonle and The supreme will of the Turkish people will ( me hnndi't'it . -rr -utivi-s of lb firsl Histrii-t of ltot;t'y ch'bs, whirl. in-hnlr ) r ff.tn. Wiislii iiit on ami trili-tli ( 'iihuulii:!. for t rt exi'iMitivrs ((inJ't'i'i '( t Im J on Widno: (i.iy nml Tlinrs'ljiy. . I .inn til t pi1 i imus in iiim 1 j i for ihv rfiiijilnlii tlr.ys of tin Hound- I I I p ns w ll, j ! A iJiirtiul lit of Hit- (lt-N-;:;it(s. i many of whom will 1m arroitiiiitiiii 1 j by t!nir who. i; a- f'ib,-: Awuay we icie me reoccxiDauon oi fcmvrna. TomnrrAw wa man. win ao tne same lor tfroussa. ! then Adrianopie. Another dlHapnoaranro Ii.'ih tovn 1 be executed." added to the present nnmlK-r in Una- I The l-rltish are oonreutratlnK the'r Mediterranean fleet at the mouth of the home".,',' r , l" il" I "m',,"";"."' "l.pos.te (iulllpoll. w here the -own of Chanato has been converted expected he, e ! dril II,,., en w we,,, H,rB, solid I ,am,h, popular ast end fruit rw. I ... "L . ; . " .f " ,,'V..." , .' ' . . ' T " :,.':'""" "a. Wt rock in two drifts today at the rate ,! ..,.. L-,...,...r Th V ' ". . ' '""'' co.iege ui umyrna. WHICH of eitrht , im hes an h,..,, i.. ,,.. i i ... . ., , . .. Z . " - 1 . ' -"" -esiroy. rs are removtntr ins ir;ii iun in a ('(UUIIH'IO niH- I fJUVI'I in nny-MHi men cmoiniMM in t iw irv t h'u Hariah lft 1i(h homo TlinrHflnyj ninl'lilnir ... O r.',.tw.L- 1 I,.,. M if ,,, K ti m , ..... n...,,,.... .. . . ... V"..: ... . .. vmwnm in me iq Arj. mailt mini. Two more 1hvh and j tlu o 'firi.ilH bfll. vo the problem of lit.' (H- il nth lor the men will nuI el. refiiKfvs liuiH.sed on the .rim waterfront h rupldly uh possible. .Many nrp without food nr vntr ntlfe-iiH of many natloiiH, eijeept Kranee. are included In th list nf rfnrt homo ThurHdnyj rncnnfirnied e.stlmateH from Auneiilun HourrtM nay that seventy thousand li. It hun been; fhri.stiai.H were niasKaer.-d In Smyrna and fifty thmi.m.nd elsewhere in the path hi!. K nee that time nothlnir haH;of the TurkiM. aiuneM. HefiiKeen alon Smyrna Hay are estimated ut half tee that k!ic has already Fire d?partment Police department . . . Stre t department . . . Sewer department . . Parks Cemetery City hall Health department . . Lepal department . . . Surveyor Recorder Treasurer Interest . Planning comn.iion Natatorium . Library ront-a t Sinking funl Kmerrenc Total In the lej.l i-.n rr m-rt i allowed- for pr!-I raf,n'i of a new rfty rod and the .Mfnate for t;i pi ar tioally all of her room; at f the nifrht for next week. She took the matter up with the Coiiimei'eial IjisHociation where she was adviwd to keep her chare.s down to $2.50 the iii'bt for a double bed unU':-.-; : be ( w hhes to rouse t he ire of t lie -it j government. "There Isn't any desire on the part 01 the eomrnittee to try to teM pri vate business how to conduit its al-iV.ii-s tinleHs the cupidity of a few r-u Is URaiit the best inti rests of the tow n and the Kound-l'p." a member said today. "As a m:it?er of fa- t It lias been railed to our atten tion that in the pat smiv rooms have been rfnted for as niiich as $ : a nisrht. That is not riht. I'endleton bo.in"ss people don't a p p ro e of that so tt o f u ci nu' and those of us who want to see tht I. Oil nd -I p remain t Ii spbndid at jtn.etion it now is must show the . pi of:w erinff minority thai- mm n prat -1 tiers simply won t be to! rated. V i Vant any x-e-sive haru' s 1 ' 1 . r-iorteI at the headquarter- of 1 1 e I Vmm ri ial osso iati n. T'ten w Jc- ti tnke some o'ti' k ai ioii." DELEGATION WiLL MEET WRITERS THIS EVENING .sis.orr. . l:inn . 3(1.2(10 . 3.vo 75ii . ;.7:to . 3 son 1.3S0 5-0 . 3.10 cso . K.S.'.ft 1 00 1.01,0 r.eoo S.icO id ."lott S.iwier. I.'iiirin Johnson. Port Anitcbs. Wash.: .1. W. Mast.n. Claud"! llous'. riaitnotid. Wad,.: II. V. Moultnn. T. I.. Moieaui. V. Che-ti l .Morse. Sen Ml-. V,'a.-li.: MII-. llltrl.y. i (l.ee I'.rooks, A. II. Van d-r l.oef. ' Sliokane, Wash.: I'ercv Seitrrall. 'lc-I toria. II. ('.; .Mile Clussinan, l-M iShocUlev. A-tolin: Hill Striher. Mr- been heard of him and where he went! million and why are fpiesllons to which thel American Consul Mortis at i.SlonlUI udvlsed the stute department that the ')'"' ' ' " :s ..esi.ojer r.osan urnv.il Hiiro with x x hundred rirnw. ft-nm raiooiM aiiinoriues assume rood and nheltcr for eight thousand Aecord'iiK to information given by! Smyrna. !a nr-Khbor, Ilarrah boanled n I ruck 1 reiuu.eH, ihe consul reported, but clothtns, blankets uml milk ur lackinr. r nilTll'ft mil nnnr' . 1,1 r""" 1,1 "" or his place .Mar l-.ast relief auppliis are l.elnK dneitcd tr the refuseeH. tmm kail itAbti'r t'ltiii'ntmn Imniii'iI. y mornlriB. The truck with! in on it was headed for Walla I . , . i " ' ' ii m nay ironn usiOS, Kept. 16. I f. 1'.) ('.rent I norm- at tne time with the car. When i;,.ini.. ).. I..v,t...l .:.e,..-,.. Immmla. jshe relumed and found her husband Serbia and llrltlsh dominions to .ar- .Mii.nville; :,,v KPlson. Walbr Whir- Kail shopmen eo .tinned to negotiate! ' . ' , ' , """" " nou i,.paie in the defense of the neutrn, Ins. Cortland; It. (I. Snelllnir. W. I., inen em, nls with individual ro, ds to- ! o'.'n"", '"' f .' K""" W:'"'' ' f'ii" around Constantinople nnd tlm Kuser, Sal. in: 1 ir. I.. !:. Ilord-n. l-ilav. Slvte.n hnve alr.adv sl-ned i ,' '' ' 1 1'nrdaiiellfH it wan learned nuthorli- son. uncoiiver. Ii. ( .: Kandall S. ; t nlon leaders claimed sixty three. , , e f I Ii'k Itrltlsh nioe Is regarded Williams, ci. -in Collins. Taenia, roads will (-l-m. HI,- hard earrlerr. f .. , , h' . '. ! ' miimi titons news. I.loyd c.eorK In Wash.: S. H. 1.. iVnroxe. I'.eitiam A. ; uieaiiwhlle took st, im to form or i.f r- i V . , " T """I"""'- N" w" jconferen.e. virtually a war rouncll. all ... . ' .ion. nun nas iMM-n hear.! sliwe lh:,h... . ... ... iiii'i ipu'in a . .ouii .uilliei l.if.n I Wa rren. Fischer. Walla Harry v.alla. uasii.; 1 1. i,-, t tli.ir imllvidual unions Whi, email. Wenat chee. Wild,.: .1. V. U lils. Vaklnia. ! 1 QOI Rrh'IMr! PlJAHn VVii-h.; William II. T. vn. Alr-, onmr d-en. Wash.: Will It. Towner. Cecil! ARRIVFS FDR nPFWInjn such an uprising. The ollles are seek Iiik to prevent it. K .le With Turk 1'AniH, Kept. 16. (U. p.) Russia, nnd Hulgaria are reported ' ready to side with Turkey in the event of war with the allies. Leo Kumenoff. an. I vlet commander In chief, la massing" " troop in the Trans-Caucasia. Turk ish leaders are conferring with the MiilKurs at Sofia. A. .Mnr-e, r.Hjlintr!-ain. Wash.: Ala I K. Seatoli. 1 1. W. Monl'ort. Centra-J l a. Wash : Joseph I'. H.irlev. II. K.' I'alnu r. Clu hali.. Wa-h : Henr'e II. I'! r':. Jay A. Whi'ii, Id. Was!,.: I-:. 1'.. WiK-t,l. W I're.l Schotk. neri-lt. W Lamb. II, ri c,,lliu. Wa-h. Mr. l-in;l, i-- .ii t-h t 'V'Tll'il' addricn to the alc.ie ilehv:. I i . . '. , . ... . bers otitliiiliiK the plan of action. Thi ' ' "JW ' w"n """jHritish attitude Is mode plain In the' IIKItOIsM nKSClT-Si MXR ! . v. i , . .... 'note of tireat Krilaln. Kranco and i SKATTI.K, Sent. li. (U. V 1 , Hurrah Is nlwnt 30 year. old. Is In, . ' , Throh .k. k ' L. .-ond heallh ell ,..,.1 W. -""' "" . . - " ............ oi i mroiman ... in n vua imi uiiimnium r,r war it ' die Ho Hr E LEAD OVER BLAKE B. Conlni,l on pare Ktsilcnts of rer'il.-i";i in !i,.nt! iviii.t..-. ar- e.p. it.i f tn-, o it t-,-r'lrt.t to meet the I..-W. a I ne lor froc, t'le t, ,.: lr':'" k. The ;.o't- l'.,!i".r 1'i.inai, cf w.iC' a'ld a-'! ts i re a'Kiard 11. is fain. ar,-l it i- .t.-iiet i al a t-r. Ie. ,-ioa ..: m. at t'e Ti,i,,n i',--t th.- i..'tv .'i;r,n PEATTUr:. .-rt. :. .f. v, . ,:, f;m,,t. f tr.ii. :! r. nnii term from r ' f :4i; pr irns n l ere. ihe st.tt in Ti 1.11"' p-tir.ry eni-ai -! Tt-- to-tM of tl" ..-.j.-io'! er.My awire tb rfl'ti-.n .f Chef rir,,rii;'.. l.-,.e a.r.a. -.'n. Je-t( EirtW! T-r.rler to ?T i-,t. !t:,ker ,:-d I l.'an-l.- - tj-. t ta- ""i"-"" wwn. if i"t nr'ce i:,.,, paity thr. They ni ac-tj.., p ,m by twentj-scren hun. Ire. 1 ik "Lough Witter' ax fjr ax I'en- d'eton. Wi 1 lw ot 1- e on. S- d "o W I 'o -4 t,-lrir. a llri'ih C, i,. ! r. . I .- r - tie- a e.,i. Initte.1 ri t that for T he vt .Mot s I ale I l roni .t r, Kla-,:-t'l W.i-h. lbs. in the,-. il- and OF ?HnW WFXT WFFK:" ,"'l,"t r.put,.t.n as to cbaran Iter and -ou.-.k- .Ic-illnc. hs friends! "late. He in a former "bitm.in ani ' . A. C. man and used I.. be wept known by font I,:, II fan. II s famili relation, are said to have I,, en bleat ty-flvc hundred dead bodies litter the and as far as is known, be was not I,, j "reels, while the hi.rhor water aro financial diffi, olte. The ah .nee nf '" floating corpses an a re. anv othr kiixii, wbv he micht hac!"'"' "r 'be tn.issjicre.i,,, I fire. Clrls Il S ricl. l-.nd. who last year won "rsr. th. I.n.kinv rhiilnpiopsh,:. at tin Conner. ' p. r,,,(.,n :ond-I i.. and hs w'f.-. Crank I .,.. I r I :lri..i j .,- (Mam. .arrived hero yesterday and r w.,ll. mi.- th. no,... ,.f th,. ,i2 show. , ... i ,i o,.,e no,, iini.eis .i.innsr ine I Past year at vara. s -hos. S:rlk:.'.nd jhaxirir won s,-",ad tlaee in the haeic- i'nV'iin rial in if won the al-roll"l e.-w-iit t h.-.n,, or.shit. and Ihe ll-.iel 31 A!.:n lim hw I'v riei.,i ..f hiM re.-. Ia.,s I,. rare,.,r, .,, (h. .,.,. s-rlcl. land i. the a . ..t.i.el.-.l. .,,,. ,,,,,, ,. ,.,. eh .mpton , who b is ai . -w.n .1 i, lace in the leo-k- j rt th,- Wvnmin: slow. Mr. ) .s'lri. kla?:d will tn to New Y'.rl: luo,. !'ir i' I i. e'am th M- A'pio fro.h- h- wM . eni. iliin.d l.v (he hoi. I virtual ultimatum of war H J'nwn. two families. Inrluddlnr two Kem.iiUt troops crossed into Ihe neu-1 women, five children and two men tral rone. ! wer- rescued from death n-hen flamea ilrls R dnapiH-,1. ; J'"1" n Prtment house. The Kmvrna. Sept. 16 i C. . Twen- . "'" b,,ev''l be of Incendiary la'l -n" left. lea. I. Ids friends in believe that:'r"m twelve lo eik.-hl.cn were kidnap be may have met with fool play. !"! Aged men and women we re shot A kiitIi ..f Walla W.illa has iK-en!'1'""" "'"' "ed from the fir. Six rid other . l,lc pla'-cn h,rrl,h""'i"l Hreoks are reported burned he iiol'M he found ll.-il . I.een te et i - j " " v ''- j sa'e I. but far no trace of the mani ilnitb-r Tunis. l ! THE WEATHER h:is l-n fi:nl. ROBBED Bif MEXICANS BB:: WAPHTX'.TN'. F-Tt. IC if. P. -i'i-i -,J -f T;int:-;'. Tir. if -.. ';tnl,t h M n. r ': i a l'i.r n.. r :'i .. ni i' .-o r.ti comi'an f f'.Mv.iMn iIk. Kini! Hm iKir ther1 v .!tri' "ire. A n a k!!1 1 a itr,nn Arnr1ran wouT.tkd in the jn p!a. "f r.t. At th;t titn- h- -n h- rh-rnpumfh ? "n .f ?h fir- liiii, h-!.i In H rt-iM.rip 1 rc--t -M-fif n m -fu.n thi- rar :ml .t- th . h- hoi"- f rM:iin h?- t il . ..t th laii m-m'-ff-rftf ih- HfHfk l.tr.l 'mliiJv im Mil.' A f.ril r( kl;t f-l. 'hr- vi-ar l'ff,i-r -f Mr n1 Mt S'n- VI-n,l. Hh- nftiitniift thtm .rtx noiina-fp tun. VOLSTEAD AND PIN BLAMED m StlDEEi l'-!:TI.AT S.pt ;c I', ohitot ,,-n and w.inei. ' by A. .Ve',s..n, P',e.,i,. W i. ' cr.ii ple.s dr,-.rce. from th I'AIMS. Hf.pl. U. M !'. Turk ish armlslhe terms ere made public! lod y in a s.-ml-of flcial dispatch from' Angora. First. Ilrf-cce Is to withdraw her army from all Turkish lerrit.ry, al.artdotonK irriK, munitions and aup- in.-.,i;-1it,onalty: s--ond, f;r-ece rec gnlw Turkish a..ereiBnty in loor and Thra.-e; third fjreec. i lo .ay in.lemeiiy for Turkish Imm; fP.oirih. the ;n--k aurrrmlcr all par !. M iwmni by Ihe Turk as guilty m , re hiam. ,'r'-liw . i.s- !.:-' nsnil I'prMng. Wdlan,-' r""NKTTl.Vi,l.K H" pt. !. ff Reported by Major Ie Moorhouae weather observer. Maximum, .1. Minimum, M ll-trometer. 25.95. -,:. r..'-r i.h. in a n-,te f.,iH in , " M.-hammedan lend. m deeded 'he mans cat t. ft Ihe ilul ,.:,,, a general Moalem llprtsinc Mm. to , he r-o.ner he lrl " a m , (lira rieoualy Willi Ihe attack of Ui. tired cf lirii.g. If oh Mtbaj and oni- 1 Ken.a!trta apn "oii'tantlnofil. a .n are to bum Itr this.'- iwhlte maecacre will probably follow TODAYf FORECAST Tonight and Sunday fair. w -vied w arm.