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October 7, 1921

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RED CROSS GIVES ANNUAL BUOGET $19,361,657 Allotted for Cur- rent Program of Relief and Service. MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID Medteai Aid for European Chil- drefi Will Cost $6,000,- 000 This Year. Waahlngton.--F]xpendi t u res ! ,,I at * tug 119,~1,657 for carrying through Its program of relief and ~ervh:es In. the United States and overseas are out- Lined In the budget of the America. Red Crou for the current ~scal year. Thin total ie more than $5,t~),t~o kow- er than the expenditure d~riag the iaat year, when the disburse- lnoaUi i~eached I~/4,492,T41, IT Is an. aetme~l at National Headquarters in a statement calling attention tO. th~ a~ity of continued supp,)rt of the orpnl|attlon by response to the An- nual Roll Call, November tl to "4, if the vital Work of the society is co be effectively carried on. Out~tandlng among ~he items of tile dom~tic budget is the appropriation of $3,(]~9,256 for work in behalf of the 6iaabled ex-servlce man and hi~ family. This approprlathm represents " the amount alloted to tills worl~ from National Headquarter~ only and does not take into consideration the mil- lions being spent in ch::p;,.rs for rt~ tier of the World W.r veteran. It la la the chapter ~..t the greater amount is ~pent in u~cetlng thin ob~- gltioa of the Red Cross, the altuounce- mqmt contlnttes, as manifested by fig- m~ ~f the fllcal year 1920-I921 when tim tetal wu approxima~eiy $9,000,- ~, of whit~h Sg,e02,094 repr~tented tiW q~bur~ment "of National Head- gmtrtml while the remainder was the d~Miftet~' contribution to this field of Red (3rou s.rvl~. "Vast Werk for Disabled Chief among the sub=divisions of the lt~propriation for work with vet- ~ane Is that which concerns itl~lf amlstance to disabled men and women In government hospi|als. This item- ~ $1,790,000, an increase of more tha~ !~00,000 over the appropriation for the same work In last year's bud- get, w111 provide those pers-nal sere- lest ~ the disabled and their famllh~l wl~dt are indispensable to supp|ement the~ provided by the government, The director of the Veteran~" Bureau =recently expressed Ills desire that ]ged Crols_~ould continues a~d ~'tead these "humanizing .~rvicea." Othnr Items of the appropriation for v~to~' relief are proportionately ln- C~. An additional ai|proprlation of $4110,@00 has been made for Red Orou work in connection with regu- lar ~rmy and Navy hospitals and with the regular A~my and Navy. F.r-d/saster relier, the lied Cro~ has-let aside for the current twelve manghs an appropriation ol $,543,976, virt~lly doubling the sppropriatio~t .the Rime p|lrpeas for the fl~'aI year 19'20-1921. More than $2,000,000 is provided for ~rvle~ and aulatanee to the 8,600: Red Cr~s chapters by. the national nrgaatsatton. Halplng Destitute 0hildrsn Other Items of the domestic budgetz laelude $49~,5t6 for "miscellaneous ac- including con~ribntlons re- : IKr~ta~d ~ ~,clal purposes and $768.- gO@ for management.' Each of these it~ r~prueat~ large reductions over Muffler appropriations of the previous IProm a fuad 0f $10.000.000. ~5,000.- 005 Of which was contributed through lfl~ l~alt Relief CouuclI campaign ~fh~0,000 allotted by the Red /~h'$M for child welfare work In I~ there remains $$,765,108 still avalkt~l~, of which It Is estlmatt~, that 1~000~00 wtlt be required fe~ WOrk during the current yegr, For Rod ~ross participation in the) ~ert to relieve famine condl- for final work tn the ~nmlne, for Junior Red Cro~ overaea~ activities Including Of the old' general relief leUrot~ fur,978.000 is made national budget, it clear that tea Include clmpter ex- I~m~Rtur~ or place any "cash e~timate ~tl~t Invaluable service of volun- t~ is chapters. CARRYING ON ~VICE FOR . DISABLED VETERANS OF THE WORLD WAR IS COSTING 000 A YEAR, AMERICAN IS HELPING THIS NATION'S OBLIGATION DEFENDERS. HELP THE RED CROSS CONTINUE THIS WORK BY ANSWERING THE ANNUAL'ROLL CALL - NOVEMBER 11-24. 1921. KU KLUX PARADERS ANO POSSE CLASH Encounter. in Which Sheriff Is Wounded. Follows Attempt to Hold Parade. Waco. Texas.--The 54th district grand jury-here will la,vestigate, the clash last Saturday night at Lor~na. 1t mil~s south of here, between SO-odd knights of the Ku Klux Klar~paraders and a sheriff's posse, in x~hich Bob Buchanan. sheriff o[ Mel,etiuaa (,oun- ty, was dangeronsly wou~.(l(:,l. :,. l eight other men s.~:verely i]*jur( Following a meeting with tl~e county attorney, a del~-~,'!on of Lorena citi- zens drew up a r~ ~olutioa. signed by 200 persons, placing bianle for the clash on the sheriff. After the announcement t:' thvr'e would be an oYficial lnvesti~a~i~m of the (;lash. two. men posted ~ ~:; on telephone pol~ea z~par the s('~ .. ~,~ the encounter. The signs, fottr, lzt numb~'r were eignedl "K. K. K." and' read as [o:liows: "Wite beaters beware." ':Crap sltooters beware.'" "Other eyes are upon you.'" "Love thy neighbor as thvsolL .but i~ave his wife alone." '('hi~en thi~,v~s laok out. W,. ate after you." The clash took place whm~ S't~orifi Buchauan with Deputies Burt(m .t~t(~ Wood attem pted to disperse ! he ma r,.h- lag klansmen, masked and robed, ulter~ according to the sheriff, they: had re- fused to divulge their identity, tle had agreed to permit them to parade,, he said, if they would allow him to~ Identify those participating. VALERA ACCEPTS CONFERENCE CA [ London.--In a hrief, businessqll~e message, Eamonn de Valera informec~ Premier lAoyd George of his accept- ante of the premier's invitation: for w conference in London October 1:1;. on~ the Irish question, thus clearing the way for a momentous attempt to settl~e the ceuturies-old problem between l~e~ land and Great Britain. Relief was expressed, in official~ eiT- cles here that the-difficulties which for some time seemingly threatened~ to, prevent another conference apparently had been cleared away by the message, of Mr de Valera. 'l:he reply raisedi no, question as to the status~of the Stnn .l~eln delegates and no further corres~ pondence between the premier and the Irish leader Is expected. BASEBALL RIOT; IN SEATTLE Spectators, Umpires, Detectives and: San Fra.clsco Team Take Part, Seattle. Wash--More than i000 fans. a number of the San Francisco base bali players, three umpires and five detectives were engaged in a ~ee4or- all fight on the Coast league ball, Dark last, Saturday afternoon, following, a n~ assg~lt on an umpire by a, disgruntled San l~rancisco player. The fight started in the last half of the,sixth inning, when Dee Walsh. the. Seal second basemau, was put out of the~ game for throwing his bat at the grandstand after being struck out by "Stubby" Mack. pitcher of the Seattle team. The fight that ensued involved: the San Francisco players, three umpires, five policemen and more than 1000 fans. A battle royal followed in which. blows were struck indiscriminately against friend and foe. German Reichstag Rat[flea Treaty. Berlin.~Approval of the peace trea- t~', with the United States was voted by the reichstag. Debate on the bill ratifying the treaty was dispensed with by agreement of all the parties except the communists, and thus but a few minutes were required for the proceedings when the treaty was reached on the calendar. "I~0,000.000 Offered in Farm Bonds. San Francisco. Cal.--Secretary Mel- lon announced that a general offering of federal farm loan bonds in the sum of $60,000,000 will be made on behalf of the federal land banks. The bonds will, as heretofore stated, bear 5 per cent interest and will be offered to the public at par and accrued interest. Washington Offtoials Appointed. Washington. ~ Thomas P. Revelle was nominated b~v President Harding to be United States attorne,v for the western district of Washington and E. B Benn was nominated to be Uni- ted States marshal for the same dis- trict, Idaho Federal Pont Is Filled. Boise. Idaho. -- Even Evans of Grangeville, named by President Hard- ing to be internal revenue collector ~or Idaho to succeed Lewis Williams, has arrived In Boise and will take up h~ duties about O~tob~' 10. I i . n II I n n ~1 l ' ' H~ving disposed of my lease I will sell at Public Sa e, without ~esmva- tion, on the Potlatch Lumber Co. Farm, one and one-half miles east of Potlatch and one and ()he-half miles west of Princeton, on -- , Ill I I - -,'tl ! I Beginning at 10 o'Clock Sharp I II If I H j n The Following Described Personal Property: LivestocR ONE GRAY HORSE. AGE 6 YEARS. WEIGHT 1650 POUNDS ONE GRAY HORSE. AGE 10 YEARS, WEIGHT 1100 POUNDS ONE BLACK HORSE, AGE 7 YEARS, WEIGHT 1650 POUNDS ONE BLACK COW, 5 YEARS OLD ONE BROWN MARE, AGE 4 YEARS. WEIGHT 1700 POUNDS ONE RED COW. 8 YEARS OLD ONE SPOTTED COW, 3 YEARS OLD, CALF BY SIDE ONE BROWN HORSE, AGE 6 YEARS, WEIGHT 1500 POUNDS ONE ROAN HEIFER, 1 YEAR OLD ONE BLACK MARE. AGE 6 YEARS, WEIGHT 1500 POUNDS ONE WHITE CALF ONE BLACK MARE, AGE 7 YEARS, WEIGHT 1500 POUNDS ONE COW. 7 YEARS 0LD. GIVING MILK ONE BLACK MARE, AGE 4 YEARS, WEIGHT 1700 POUNDS ONE C0W, 3 YEARS OLD. WITH CALF ONE BLACK MARE, AGE 6 YEARS, WEIGHT 1550 POUNDS ONE HOG, WEIGHT 350 POUNDS ONE BLACK HORSE, AGE 10 YEARS. WEIGHT 1100 POUNDS ABOUT FOUR DOZEN CHICKENS Implements, etc. SIX SETS BUTT CHAIN HARNESS, ALL IN GOOD SHAPE 130 FEET OF I/s-INCH STEEL CABLE A LOT OF EXTRA HARNESS, BREECHING, COLLARS, ETC 150 FEET OF v/a-INCH STEEL CABLE ONE SANDWICH HAY BALER ONE HACK ONE LIGHT BOBSLED ONE SANDERS THREE-BOTTOM DISC PLOW ONE HEAVY BOBSLED ONE BULL RAKE FOUR HEAVY BUNK CHAINS ONE EIGHT-F00T HOOSIER SINGLE DISC DRILL ONE HAY CARRIER FOR STACKING ONE SEVEN-F00T McCORMICK BINDER ONE WALLA WALLA CHOP MILL ,~- ONE NEW JOHN DEEEE MOWER THREE GASOLINE CANS, TWO 49 GALLONS, ONE 15 GALLONS ONE McCORMICK MOWER ALL HAVE FAUCETS. ONE McCORMICK HAY RAKE ONE VICTOR SCALES ONE ~ACKSON FORK ONE SET OF BLACKSMITH TOOLS -" TWO NEW 3% STUDEBAKER WAGON ONE NO. 152 POST DRILL ONE 3x/2 TRUCK, WITH BALE HAY RACK ONE GOOD OLIVER GANG PLOW ONE 314 STUDEBAKER WAGON, WITH DERRICK TABLE THREE FIVE-GALLON GASOLINE CANS ONE 31/~ WEBER WAGON ONE COMBINATION EMERY AND SICKLE GRINDER ONE RUNABOUT WAGON ONE DRAG SAW ONE OTTO WOOD SAW TEN CORD OF 16-INCH WOOD FOUR EIGHTEEN-INCH WALKING PLOWS FIVE 0R SIX TONS OF OAT HAY Household Goods ONE SEPARATOR ONE DINING TABLE ONE SANITARY COUCH TWO DRESSERS ONE ROUND OAK RANGE NINE CHAIRS ONE COUCH ONE SEWING MACHINE ONE HEATER FIVE ROCKING CHAIRS FOUR BEDSTEADS THREE STAND TABLES ONE COOK TABLE ONE LIBRARY TABLE FIVE BED SPRINGS ONE BARREL CHURN ONE FALL LEAF TABLE ONE SIDEBOARD THREE MATTRESSES ONE WASHING MACHINE AND OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION I I I II I I I Ill I i i i i i ! i FREE LUNCH AT NOON III II I I I I i i ii I] Terms of Sale All sums of $20 or under, cash. On sums over 520, will accept bankable note bearing 8.per cent interest and due October l, 1922. Two per cent discount for cash on sums over $20. I I I I I I I II .... WALI[RI COLL[R, Owner JOE LYNCH, Auctioneer J. II. BOTIJER, Clerk