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XIIE ' OREGOXIAXV TOllTLAXD, MAY 13. 1921
Factional Cleavage Sharp in
Elections rn Ireland.
DE VALERA GAINS SEAT
'Unionists Win Xortlicrn Parliament
but Republicans Develop Sur
prises in lister Districts.
, DUBLIN, May 14. The 'lections
yesterday were the quietest ever
known in Ireland. No polling was
necessary as, according to the British
custom, when only one candidate is
nominated the polling Is d'spensed
In this way the 12S seats in the
southern parliament were filled, as
the tour imperialist nominees, who
were named for Dublin university,
also were unopposed. Two of them.
Thrift and Alton, are fellows of Trin
ity college, Dublin, while the other
two are Sir James Craig, king'B pro
lessor of medicine, school of physics
of Trinity college, and Gerald Fitz
fribbon, eminent member of the Irish
Te Valera Winn Seat.
Those elected include Eamonn de
Valera. for Claire: Michael Collins,
commander-in-chief 'of the Irish re
publican army, for County Cork; Ar
thur Griffith, founder of the Sinn
Kein; Alderman Cosgrove and many
other men prominently connected
with the Sinn Fein movement.
Those elected in Cork city or county
include Sean MacSwiney, brother of
the late lord mayor of Cork, who re
cently escaped from Spike island in
ternment camp, and Mary MacSwine
his sister, who is in America. Othe
women elected are Countess Georgia
Markievicz. who is in prison, an
Mrs. O'Callahan, Mrs. Clarke
In Donegal also there was no con
test, the single unionist candidate,
Major Moore, having at the last mo
ment withdrawn, leaving six bin
Feiners to be returned unopposed.
I'laterltea Control In North.
Sinn Fein had opened negotiations
with the British government.
WOOL RATES TAKE JUMP
Shipment by Water to Atlantic
Ports Is Increased. .
SAN" FRANCISCO, May 14. In
creased rates for the shipment of
wool by steamer from Pacific to At
lantic points were . announced today
by the Pacific coast-North Atlantic
eastbound conference. The rates are:
Wool or mohair in grease inbagrs,
11.25 a hundred any quantity, for
mer rate 90 cents; scoured in bales
compressed to a density of not less
than 10 pounds per cubic foot, $1.25,
lormer rate l; scoured in Dags, jj.du
any quantity, former rate $1; pulled
in bales compressed to a density of
not less than 12 pounds a cubic foot,
$1.05. The last item is a new rate.
The rate for shipping wool or mo
hair in grease in bales remains the
same, 90 cents, but slight changes
are made in the packing rules.
MEN HECKLE TGHIH
JfOXPAJtTISAN DEBATE KOCSES
AUDIENCE IX KAXSAS.
LEGION TO GIVE SHOW
Ccnlralia Baseball Team to Get
Proceeds From Vaude-ille.
CEXTRALIA. Wash.. May 14. (Spe
cial.) A home talent vaudeville show
will be presented In a local theater
Monday night by the Grant Hodge
post, American Legion, for the bene
fit of its baseball team. The theater
has been donated to the post for the
occasion. The team has entered the
Southwest Washington league, and
will open Its season here a week from
tomorrow against Chehalis.
According to word received from
South Bend. Raymond, Chehalis. To
ledo and Winlock, the other cities in
the league, their teams are fast
rounding into shape. Fans were re
ported enthusiastic and prospects are
bright for a successful season. Kach
team will play 15 games.
For the northern parliament 77
candidates were nominated and th
unionists expect a majority of 12.
is noteworthy that in Monaghan an
Cavan, Ulster counties which are in
eluded in the southern parliamen
the Sinn Feiners won overwhelm
In County Down, six unionists. In
eluding Sir James Craig (premier
designate of Ulster); three Sinn Fein
era. including Eamonn de Valera: tw
nationalists, including Joseph Devlin
and one labor candidate were noml
Dated for the eight scats.
Brlfaat Gives Sorptiae.
De Valera had the remarkable num
ber of 900 nomination papers, many o
them signed by Catholic priests. Hi
chief unionist opponent is Sir Jame
Craig. Devlin is nominated also for
Antrim and West Belfast.
Belfast furnished a surprise by the
nomination of one unofficial labo
candidate in each of the four divi
For tlie 20 seats, the unionists
nominated 19 candidates, the Sinn
Fein 6, the Nationalists 5 and labor 4
No independent candidates were
nominated for Belfast.
MOUNT JOY PRISON' INVADED
Haiders Make Unsuccessful Dash
to Jlcscue Arthur Griffith.
DUBLIN. May 14. (By the Asso
ciated Tress.) An unsuccessful at
tempt was mado this morning to
rescue Arthur Griffith, founder of the
Sinn Fein organization, from his con
finement in Mount Joy prison. An
armored car was used by the repub
' 1 icans in the attempt to rescue Grif-
A man in an officer's- uniform
alighted at the prison gates, whi
opened to admit the passage of the
car. and he and his supposed soldier
companions in the motor drove
straight to tho governor's office,
where the governor and his deputy
were bound and gagged.
The visitors proceeded to release
Griffith and others of the prisoners
and were returning to their car at
' a party of auxiliaries approached.
A sentry at an elevated point in the
prison became suspicious and fired
a shot. The raiders hastily decamped
without the prisoners, but took the
armored car, which later was found
Griffith was arrested in Dublin
November 2ti last and lodged in
Mount Joy prison. It was explained
later that the government desired
to learn if he was responsible for
the alleged employment of republican
funds on ambuscades and other oper
alinns involving the lives of troops.
The car used in the attempted res
cue is reported to have been cap
tured by the S:nn Feiners this morn
ing after a surprise attack in which
two of the soldier occupants of the
car were wounded. The Sinn Feiners
then disguised themselves as mem
bers of the 'crown forces and pro
ceeded to Mount Joy prison.
A fight occurred inside tho prison
vard when the armored car was at-
lem-pting to get out. A sentry was
shot dead by the man in the uniform
of an officer, and as the car passed
through the gate a fusillade was fired
from one of it.- machine guns.
BELFAST HAS ELECTION IUOTS
XationaliMs and Unionists Clash
and Serious Trouble Feared.
BELFAST. May 14. Three riots be
tween nationalists and unionists to
day have given rise to the fear that
with the rising tide of political feel
ing serious trouble may be .brewing
for the election period.
After withdrawal of the curies- to
day, a nationalist crowd invaded the
unionists area in York street and
threw stones. A fierce fight resulted.
Two hours later, the trouble was
revived. Revolvers were used but
without serious results.
The third disturbance occurred
when shipyard workers were attacked
by a gang of men armed with revolv
ers and stones.
ULSTERITE MXJOKITV CLOSE
' Acting Lord Major of Cork Says
Sinn Fein Gains Indicated. .
'PARTS, May 1 4. Predictions that
the Sinn Fein would win nearly ha'.f
the S3 seats In the northern Irish or
Ulster parliament were made to a
tepresentative of. the Journal by
Barry Kgan, acting lord mayor of
Cork, who is here.
He pointed to the 124 unopposed
Sinn Fein nominations for the south
em Irish parliament and expressed
confidence that the Sinn Fein would
do better in northern Ireland than the
unionists were willing to concede,
ilr. i-gan denied statements that the
INSURANCE IS ASKED FOR
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evidence accusing her of the murder
of any of her husbands with the ex
ception of Myer. - Examinations of
the body of the baby, the outcome of
the Dooley marriage, have failed so
far to produce any evidence of ar
"Mrs. Sduthard was a liberal spend
er while here at Twin Falls and we
know that she must have some means
of obtaining all this -money. She
took several trips to Salt Lake in a
car she bought and gave lots of
parties. At present ahe has 20 acres
of land in Twin Falls, valued at
around $600 an acre. According to
reports from various sources in Twin
Falls, this property had been put Into
the hands of her father with power
of attorney and is claimed to be part
of the property of the late Ed.
Friends who know Mrs. Southard,
in this city, declared that she must
have been addicted to drugs in order
to keep her from giving way after
committing the alleged crimes. They
said that, while they could not de
tect any unusual signs, they believed
that she did use something .to keep
her strength. Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Truebler, the woman's -father and
mother, live in the Sucker fiat dis
trict near Filer, in Twin Falls county.
She has several brothers and sis
ters. Denial that there are doctors' cer
tificates proving that all of Mrs.
Lydia Southard's deceased husbands
were victims of typhoid was made by
Prosecuting Attorney Stephens of
Twin Falls, when shown a statement
said to have been made by Mrs.
Southard of Honolulu, in which she
declared sire- had - certificates, - and
wherein she also expressed the belief
that she was typhoid carrier. Stephen
scouted the theory advanced by Mrs.
McHaffey, her second nusBand,
he said, "was supposed to have died
of pneumonia, according to our in
formation. Lewis, the third husband,
was apparently a victim of gastro
enteritis, a severe internal distur
bance, so a Billings, Mont., physician
certified. Meyer. ,number four, and
the two Dooleys. husband number
one and nis Droiner, were miu iu
have been typhoid victims. But re
gardless of what the physician s cer
tificates said, we found evidence of
arsenic . poisoning in the victim s
stomach. Furthermore, all of the men
revealed the same symptoms in their
final illness and they were not the
symptoms of typhoid. Even the cases
of Meyer and the Dooley brothers did
not develop as typhoid. In- their cases,
as well as the first, there was sub
normal temperature instead of fevers.
There was delirium and they became
violent just before death. The d'jath
symptoms were identical in eacn case.
No. there is nothing to tne ipnoia
story." . .
PARENTS LIVE IN MISSOURI
Mrs. Southard, Murder Suspect, Is
Daughter of Farmer.
KKVTKSVILLE. Mo., May 14 Mrs.
A. Trueblood Southard, held in Hono
lulu in connection with the death of
her fourth husband, was born and
reared in this community. She was
the daughter of William Trueblood, a
About six years ago the daughter.
Lyda. married Hubert Dooley. also
native of Keytesville. who died a
few months af'cr his marriage. Seven
months after his death Edward
Dooley. his brother, also died. Some
investigation was made of the death
of the brothers, but no action was
President of National League Says
Grain Gamblers Were Back
HERINGTON, Kan., May 14. Women
hecklers were numerous last night ft
the debate of William Langer, ex-attorney-general
of North Dakota,
and A. C. Townley, president of the
National Non-Partisan league.
Townley, in presenting his version
of his prosecution in Minnesota dur
ing the war, attributed it to "grain
Langer asserted that "the best way
to Judge the Non-Partisan league is
to consider that four years ago Lynn
J. Frazier was elected governor of
North Dakota four to one, while last
year he wa re-elected by a, majority
of only 1 per cent."
"I made hundreds of speeches dur
ing the war, fighting the fight of
the farmers against the grain gam
blers and the beef trust," said Town
ley. "The government had agents
taklnz- stenographic notes of every
thine 1 said. The state of Minnesota
had operatives watching and listen
ing to everything I said. I ask you,
why didn't they file on me? Wae it
because they were afraid of me?
"Finally, the grain gamblers found
a little two-by-four county attorney
in Jackson county, Minnesota, who
would work for them. He did not say
I was disloyal. All he could charge
me with was that I had conspired
with a man whom I had never set
eyes upon to utter disloyal remarks
and hinder enlistments.
"I did not take the stand in my
own defense. I would have been a
fool to face a frame up such ae was
set for me."
ROAD CONTRACTS READY
Attorney for Highway Commission
Has Papers Prepared.
SALEM, Or., May 1. (Special.)
J. M. Devers, attorney for the state
highway commission, today ' prepared
two contracts for certain road im
provements in Polk county, agreed to
at a conference of members of the
highway commission and members of
the Polk county court at Dallas yes
terday. The contracts were taken to
Dallas today for approval and signa
ture of the members of the Polk
One of the contracts provides for
the improvement by the state of the
West Side Pacific .highway in Polk
county from Monmouth to a point
about one-half mile south of the
Luckiamute river. Polk county has
approximately J43.000 for the im
provement. The state highway de
partment will grade the road, which
will qualify it for pavement. The es
timated cost of this improvement is
The other contract provides for
grading tne west aiue racinc nign-
way from a point one-half mile south '
of the Luckiamute river to the Benton
county line, another stretch of road
extending from Rickerall north to
Homes Gap and a part of the Dallas-
For Wedding Gifts
Feldenheimer sterling silver chosen
today for gifts to the bride will
always be a part of the family
treasure to be handed down to
Many exclusive articles in silver
from the inexpensive to the costly
may be found here in new and
Make certain that your gift
comes in a Feldenheimer box.
. There is a constant drain of
energy where eyesight is even
slightly defective. Our optical de
partment Is eminently equipped to
correct any errors of sight.
We have now a large assortment of Mortuary urns
at unusually low prices $10 and up.
A. & C. Feldenheimer
Jewelers Silversmiths Opticians
Washington St. at Park Established 1868
mi ti rfiHt it if ti i nut t iui 1 1
COLLEGE TO ENTERTAIN
4 00 Oddfellows to Visit Con a I lis
OREGON AGRICULTURAL ' COL
LEGE. Corvallis, May 14. (Special.)
More than 400 Oddfellows are ex
pected on a visit to the campus Tues
day, May 17. The commercial club
of Corvallis is arranging for the
party to come from Albany during
the Oddfellows' session there. Autos
will be used to bring the visitors to
Corvallis. and a trip over the city
will precede a lawn luncheon on the
The regular military drill will be
viewed by the visitors and they will
be shown through the college build
ings. J. K. Weatherford of Albany,
president of the board of regents, is
taking care of the Albany end of the
TUCOl CAPITALIST FREE
JAFET LFNDEBERU DEFEATS
Police to Shoot Targets.
SALEM, Or., May 14. (Special.)
Under a new order issued yesterday
Chief of Police Moffitt. local po
lice officers will undergo target prac
tice tests weekly. To hold a position
n the force it will be necessary for
he officers to make a score of at
least 90. Targets will be installed
the basement of the city nail, cniei
Moffitt next Monday will ask the city
ouncil to appropriate a small sum
of money to establish a rogues' gal-
ery in connection with the Salem
Pumpkins to Bo Dehydrated.
SALEM, Or., May 14. (Special.)
More than 2000 tons of pumpkins wil
be dehydrated by the Salem Kings
Products company during the 1921
season, according to the management.
When processed the pumpkin is in the
form of flour and advance orders in
dicate that it will be in demand in all
sections of the world. Preparatory to
the season's run, the company is mak
ing a number of improvements to its
plant, including enlargement of ware
houses and installation of new ma
DR. M. I. I.ACHMAN,
439-40 Morgan Building. Main 6PJ8.
of Chinese Rugs
This week Atiyeh Bros,
will have on display the
- finest examples of Chinese
rugs, in all their lovely
varying blues. All sizes
from small ones to room
size. Very moderate prices
See the displays in every
one of our windows.
Alder at Tenth
Director In Defunct Scandinavian
American Bank Wins Habeas
SAN FRANCISCO. May 14. An
order denying the extradition of Jafet
Lindeberg. Tacoma and San Francisco
capitalist, to Tacoma for trial on an
indictment charging the illegal di
version of funds from the defunct
Scandinavian-American bank, was is
sued today by the superior court.
The order marks the successful
conclusion of habeas corpus proceed
ings brought by Lindeberg to obtain
The court held that the Indictment
did not state a specific extraditable
offense. Recently another Tacoma
Indictment charging the specific il
legal borrowing of J37.505 from" the
bank by Lindeberg was introduced!
by the district attorney here, but the
court held that this could not be con-
sidered in the proceedings, as it was J
not the charge on which the extradi
tion application to Governor Stephens
Lindeberg made a fortune in Alaska
and plater became a director in the
Tacoma bank. Following the failure
of the bank, . indictments were re
turned against a number of its of
ficers charging the withdrawal of
large sums without proper sanction.
A supplementary charge that Linde
berg was a fugitive from Justice was
dismissed by the court when it was
shown that he had never made an ef
fort to evade the proceedings against
8-HOUR DAY ABOLISHED
Large Independent Steel Plant Re
vises Labor Schedule.
YOUNGSTOWN, O., May 14. The
basic eight-hour day, with overtime
for the remainder of the daily time
worked, has beerr abolished by the
Republic Iron & Steel company, it was
announced today. .
Thin is one of the largest Indepen
dent steel plants in this distrirt.
IB Ever Stop to Consider ' , 1
Tif 8 f s I Thompson Optical Institute
100 First St Cor. Stark
11 to 2 P. M
Dinner AH Hours
Main 8013. Joe Viale, Prop.
Stop to Consider
the Value of Your Eyes?
The Strain of the Movies
q IF THE PICTURES HURT YOUR EYES,
IT'S YOUR EYES, NOT THE PICTURES.
J Don't wait until eyestrain compels you to
look after your eyes. Give the eyes the aid
they demand before permanent injury de
velops. C From our many years' daily experience as
experts in eye examinations, treating eye
strain and the correct fitting of glasses, we
are in a position to advise as to the very
best course to take.
3 You can consult us with confidence. We
absolutely refuse to supply glasses in any
case that does not need them.
J Complete lens-grinding factory on prem
ises. 1 SAVE YOUR EYES I
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY
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THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Presents a varied programme of choruses, solos
and the original stunt, "When the Clock Strikes
HEILIG THEATER MAY 18
. Prices $1.00, 75c and 50c
Box office reservations open May 16.
CHAS. A. Rusco. Pres. and Cen. Mgr.
Portland' s Largest, Most Modem, Best Equipped,
Exclusive Optical Establishment
209-10-11 Corbett BIdg., Fifth and Morrison
We are Agents for the
Butterick Patterns and
the Delineator. AU New
Styles Are Now Showing.
The Store That Undersells
Because It Sells for Cash
PARCELS POST PACKAGES
PREPAID OX $5 PURCHASES
The Deltor Feature of
the Butterick Patterns is
Proving of Great Assist
ance to Home Sewers.
Are As Beautiful As Our
Low Prices Are Pleasing.
Do you love beautiful silks ? Do you enjoy wearing them ? Well,
you can do so at little cost if you profit by selecting from the tasty
and ekgant patterns and weaves that await your inspection here
and we urge you to come soon and spend as much time looking as
you care to. We know the new low price quotations will especially
appeal to you.
New White Sport Silks
From $2M0 to $6.00 Yard
An endless variety to select from, including
all that is desirable and worthy 36 to 40-inch
widths in the fashionable plain and fancy
weaves especially attractive are those in stripe
and plaid effects. The wide price range $2.00
to $6.00 a yard is assurance that all can be
suited. We urge immediate selection while the
assortment is at its best.
36-Inch at $2.69 Yard
An excellent weight, shown in all the cor
rect street shades a special value at this
3S and 40-Inch
BARON ETT SATINS
at $30 Yard
Comes in white and all the new and popular
sport shades and is strictly a high-class quality.
39. 40-inch, at $330 Yard
One of the most fashionable of the new sea
son's silks shown here in all wanted colors and
most moderately priced.
Extra Weight at $4JS0 Yard
Extra weight and quality in beautiful finish.
Comes in white and all wanted colors a splen
IS LITTLE MORE THAN A MONTH A WA Y,
MOTHERS who are prudent will not fail to profit by the splendid oppor
tunity now presented in our Fancy Goods Section for selection from the bios!
popular and desirable materials especially appropriate for this important
occasion. The prettiest frocks car. easily and quickly be fashioned into just
the costume you have in min d and at a cost real'y less than you would hardly
expect to be possible considering the high quality of these fabrics. Wa
Ruffled and Imported Organdie Flouncings , ';
Ruffled and Tucked Net Flouncings " "
Imported Shadow Lace Flouncings
Filet and Embroidered Net Flouncings
Dainty Embroidered Voile Flouncings
Imported Embroidered Organdie Flouncings
An early inspectiftn and selection will prove most advantageous. Now is the time and this is
the sale from which selection can best be made for graduation and summer frocks.
Housekeepers Here's Another Great
Sale of Aluminum
Special Purchase of Some 600 Pieces at Unusual Price Conces sion
From Fine Round Roasters
Percolators in Six-cup Size
Fine Double Boilers
4 and 5-Quart Preserving Kettles
4-Quart Lip Sauce Pans
Tube Cake Pans
4 and 5-Quart Pudding Pans
3-Piece Set of Sauce Pans
One Each in 1, i'i and 2-Quart Size
Our Buyer for this department informs us that he considers this to be one of the most
important underpriced sales of fine Aluminum Cooking Utensils ever announced in the history
of our Household Goods Section. A fortunate trade event through which he secured unusual
price concessions now reverts.to your benefit in a positive worth-while saving. It is a sale
few Housekeepers can well afford to miss.
REMEMBER, YOU HAVE CHOICE FROM THE ENTIRE ASSORTMENT
WHILE ANY REMAIN, AT $1.10
No Phone Orders. Quantity Limited to Any One Purchaser. None to Dealers.
Think of It!
Women's Silk Embroidered
Women's Silk Embroidered Hose in novelty
designs, made full-fashioned with reinforced
lisle soles, heels and toes with lisle tops and
wide garter hem, colors are black, white, cor
dovan and light gray.
Women's New Silk
Gloves at 69c Pr.
Broken lines of good heavy quality Silk
Gloves in the regular two-button clasp style to
close out; colors are black, , white, black with
white stitched backs and white with black
stitched back. Sizes 5'A to 7V4 in the lot
Children's Mercerized Lisle
Socks at 29c Pr.
Children's Mercerized Lisle Socks in assorted
colors, and striped tops, slightly imperfect
Sizes 4 to 9.
Special Purchase and Sale
$9.50 Pr. What We Would
Regularly Sell for.
FIVE-POUND, White, All-Wool Blankets,
66 by 80 inches a special lot which we secured
at an enormous price reduction because they
are slightly damaged nothing to lessen their
wearing quality in the least but sufficient to
prevent them from selling as perfect Come
and see them pay only $9.50 Pair.
Dependable Qualities in
SUMMER UNDER If EA R
Chalmers Cotton Ribbed Lnion Suits at
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
Cooper's Cotton Ribbed Union Suits at $2.00
B. & L. union-made Union Suits at $2.00
Nainsook Union Suits at 75, $1.00 and
$1.50 a Suit.
Soisette Union Suits at $2.00.
Balbriggan Union Suits at $1.25.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
In Swiss, Organdie and Voile
$9.75 to $29 0
A complete showing of the most popular
styles for afternoon and evening wear. Sizes
16 to 44 in white, Honeydew, Firefly, Blues, etc.
No trouble to show goods at this store come,
if only to look you'll be welcome in any event
See the New
Voile Waists at $225 to $5.95
Charming Styles in Sizes 36 to ti.
8 Wash Cloths for 50c
. Styles with pink or blue border.
II uck Towels 10c Each
15x30-inch with red border. r.f
II uck Towels at I2'ic
All-white or with red border.
Jap Lunch Cloths 89c Each
They come 48 inches square.
Bleached Bath Towels 50c
22x44-inch slightly damaged.
9 A. M.
The Most in Value the Best in Quality
at 5:30 P. M.
at 6 P. M.