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The Fast Oregftrilnn l Fnstern Ors
iron groat -t ni'weptpr and "
inif force give to rh advertiser over
twiee the guaranteed paid rlriillMIn"
in ivr ill. ton unit I rniUilln county of
any other newspaper.
Tho n l pre run (if v."lrrdny'a P-ally
Thl paper li a member of riiiI audited
by iho Audit Bureau of Circulation
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER ' ff.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
MAY BE DELAYED
Regardless of Allied Action on
German Proposals Invasion!
Will be Delayed Until May 15.'
MAY MAKE SUGGESTIONS
England Condemned Offer But
Hopes that U. S. Will Obtain
Better Terms From Berlin.
LONDON', April 29. ' I'M I- Keen,
V. I'. Kliiff Corrciiondeiit.) llcgard
les nf the nllu-d union n fiermany'
repartitions propound the Invasion of
the Ituhr valley probably will be de
luyed until M;iy 1.1, II In learned.
France la prepared fur the Invasion,
and ready to trl alone If the allies will
give her only moral support, hut she
I expected to await the decision ly
the supremo council which meeU to
American Thought Ifcutiinaictt
Premier Brland. who m due here to
day for the council session, Ml hi
minister prepared to art OD any word
from him. The American thought
van expected to dominate the supreme. I
council, u la believed that the Hardin- j
administration might make reroin-1
niendutlona In regard to the Herman
offer which would determine the
council' final action. Although j
Krance and (ireat Hiilaln have off I- j
dally condemned the flermun offer,
the llrltleh Htill clinft to the hope that
the I'nlted Staten would oliUiln a hit
ler offer from lierlln.
InmlT Cm l 1mdon
PAKIS. April i'.t. (A. I'.) !r. Von
Oertren, head of the Oet rnan war bur
dena commlaalon, refuwd to attend
the reparation rnmmitwion today fur
determining the t'ma J , method of
the (lerinan payment.
Premier lirlmid left for London to
attend the miprettie council Haturday.
He. waa unananuuly the rTench aup
port for direct action In riiforclng 'lie
penalties: upon Geruitny.
IJny(l-;iirsf Want Delay
NTiLlMiN. April !.--( A. P. The 1
dlapatrh anya IJoyd-t.eormi will con
wnl to th occupation of thp Ituhr
dlatrict only after an ultimatum Krunt
ln a certain amount of delay.
Would Mm Km llnln
PAIUrt, April 2.--(Vel.h Miller, V.
Y. Staff tVirrenponrtfiit.) "At taut we
are union to end It." I 'rem er 1 rlnd
declared a he bonrd.sj the train.
Martin for the meettnB of the su
preme allied council at London. Ac
companied by Marahala Y-h. Weyg
Rand, and General Perhelot he etartod
for London determined to win the al
lied approval of their project for
marching deeper Into Ormuny and
aelxing the Ruhr coul bnn'n.
I'rcfhlciit )Imiikc Mutation.
. WASHINGTON, Apr:l 29. (A. P.)
The president nnd the cafilnet arc
underatood to have discussed the Ger
man reparations proposals acain to
day. It became known, tbnt Great
Itritiiin and Italy bad not definitely
rejected the German offer as a basis
for negotiations. It H undi rntood,
however, thnt the l-'rcnch and llelglan
views wore that the. Itius were unac
ceptable. lltiRhe Is understood to bp
hopeful Hint negotiations between the
allies and Oormnny can be roopnn d.
Keen If the final -decision Is not
reached before, the I'veiiMi begin to
move Into the additional German ter
ritory exchanges can continue artir
that time. ' 7
SMt GGLi: iKMiS 1MTO I'.NGI AMI
, LONDON. April U9. (A. P. Oog
smuggling by airplane has arrested the
Interest of the. house of lords which
recentlly devoted part of an after
noon to n discussion of the subject.
The pampered toy-dog was roundly
excoriated by a number of their lord
ships I -ord Wllloughby (In llroke sup
porting I-ovd. HedlMowe In a demand
that "such useless brutes" be exclud
ed from the country.
Heportcd by MnJm' Leo Mooihousc.
or snow, colder.
RUNS ASHORE; LIVES
OF MANY IN DANGER
Sea Ran Heavy Off Boston I
Coast; Steamer's Position
Was Obscured by Dense Fog.
IIOOTOX, April 29,--M;. P. Four
hundred and fitly fasHengers were Im
periled when tho stenmsiiip Mor.
luitgH from tho Akoics to N-w iieilfon:,
inn ashore on the southwest t!p ' of
Jtlock Island, according to a wireless.
A heavy sea was running and the
btcnmei'i:' position was oticured by a
'.ense f..g which shrouded the New
Knglund coast. ('oait guard cutters,
Achushnet and ItoHcroggan were sent
to the resi ue. According to a wireless,
the steameis' foiwat.l huld was full 01
Was l'oriuiT (.onn.in Vcxst'l
The Morniugiio Is a s'eel steiimer of
"H.'inn tons. Tho visrel wr.s built In
lltut ut llani'nir and launched under
the name of Koimnodore. Lmring the
wir, It was seized from Germany by
tho Portuguese government flr.d now
operates out of IJsnon.
Id-llef Is K'lit to Scsm'I
NEW LONLX'X, (.'win,, April 23.
(A. P.). Kollowlr.g the receipt, of a
wireless call for aid the Scott wreck
ing Company rushed a wrecking flet
to the aid of the steamer Mnrgumxo,
reported on the rocks at liiuck island.
Will Send Assistance.
NKWPOKT. It. ., April 29 !".
P.) The N'antuikit wircl.-i-s station
loM contact with the stranded steam
er Morinurgar this afternoon. The
operator rt ported be was unable to get
an answer from the vessel, which had
been 111 constant communication with
the station since she was Mruok be
fore daybreak. Navul officials are in-
ellnoil lo het.evc that steamers' llower '
. . . ... .. . ,. ,.1,110 I he el Ini illritl. ill nf tirovisiniiu ;ii
oiiiot was 0111 01 or it. ine naval .
stand by the .Moitimgue. The wind Is
still heavy, the sky overcast and tins
fog Is banging low.
WHEAT TAKES SLIGHT
NCREASE IN MARKET!
station is planning to send ships toif'"K special privileges for the ' ""
. Wheat rose In price today. Mhvj Japan, declared ho w.II get a record
wheat closing at $1.30 ij and July at vole on the proposal when the naval
tl OJ V,. the Increase In the May pil e appropriation bill bi In-foro the sen
being three cents and in the July two ate. This bill, which passed the Ii. iim?
, yefderdav. will lie before the senate na
P..liwlnv . the limitations. re-iw
mIu.i hv (iverbeck Cooke, local I
Open High Ixiw Close
May 1.29 .?-t L21 1.5
Julv l.05'4 1.07 1.0M4
Wheat slarlnd sharply higher, the
May delivery leading on short cover
ing because of the verv apparel I
strength In the cash position. The
July advanced less rapidly but at the
same time shows evidence of greater
strength and was helped by the reports
from the southwest that the no v
wheat Is being injured by unfavorable
climatic conditions. Receipt were ,
verv small and sold at n cent advance
In premium for the lied variety
White hard wheat rontlnues firm at
about cents over May. Country
offerings to arrive are very light and
country roads in bad shape for the
movement from first hands. Clear
ances from seaboard continue large
and a further s'loaMc reduction in the
vlsable supply Is almost certain. The
strength In the cash situation is gran
imlly turning sentiment to the i.nll
side, and we feel that the tendency
will" tic. higher, and a goofl advance
scored coincident with a little more
display of interest from the outside.
PHOT ROCK FARM KOif
iS DESTROYED BY FIRE
(Kast Orcgonlan Special. I
PILOT UtH'K, April 29. The A. P.
Kllonbniger farm lime and its contents
I in th Pine drove region were com
pletely destroyed at midnight yester
day when fire of unknown origin broke
out in the wash room of the residence.
Mr. and Mrs. lCllenburgcr escaped
from the flames, and saved a trunk
and a phonograph. The loss Is .esti
mated at $S(I00, partly covered by In
surance. , '
Tho cellar near the house w.ns de
stroyed also, and the blae would have
drstruved 'he barn also had rot a tor.
1 rent of sain saved the structure. The
' fire was well under way before it was
I discovered by the Inmates of the
tLhPHAwl IN CIRCUS
PARADE CAUSES DEATH
OF HORSE STANDING BY
CHICO, Calif., April 29. (V.
p.) a circus parade was pass-
lng. The elephants approached.
(mo flicked 111 tall and a horse
belonging lo T. K. Buckets drop-
ped dead on the spot. An'mal
psychologist arc trying to decide
whether Jealousy, fright or old
" age w in the cause.
DAILY EAST OREGOHIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY
Hitchcock Says it is an At
tempt to Dictate ' Interna
tional Policies of President.
FIGHT FOR DISARMAMENT
CONTINUES IN CONGRESS
. ., . ,jtlO!i!il non-pnrtisa
Borah Says He Will Get Record Libert, former
I of the lea'.'jo, wl
Vote When Navy Annrcuria-
tion Bill is Before Senate.
WASHINGTON". April I?. (A. !'.)
The Knox pea.ee resolution was at
tacked by Senator Hitchcock of Ne-
brai ka. a democrat as being "idle and j
ineffective'' and on attempt to dic
tate the intt rnatiocl policies of ihe
Committer Hi'isn't I'avcraMy.
WASHINGTON, April 2ii. (A. P.)
Tl.e hoUK.e itumigrution restriction
bill was reported favorably today by
the senate immigration ,co;niuitti i-
Iranee of minorj and persons aubje
to religious peisecut:on.
Koiim iKfcats Pill.
.Vaitm. I'. J. Kt-nff Corro: iioiKlviit ) I
The fitfht tut liWurmiam-nl o.niinuti '
in 4itrrt i.v:, cit't-i'it ihe dtVat f:i 'ti I
ho M() ; r-lrnlaf. Hnuici" Hoiuh of '
Ivl.iho. it ;jl hur of Iho 1 rst. list ions
IttM.nt; a irj-pniric conference to d's- j
'.ct.. the reduction of naval "'"i.'ncu'M
I Ul i lit il 'it'll .i.i.lm, vt riMti i -i ;i:in ;nto
n tile emergency luriii nux oc n
SUGGESTS THAT MEN
FORM PARTY TO AD
IN IMPROVING ROAD
Itfay0r Hai'tmail ill Speech to
Rotarians Urges Community
Work on Cabbage Hill Grade.
Commendation of the action of the
Pendleton Commercial Association and
the Kastorn Oregon Auto club in their
i I ft i ts to secure an Improvement of
the Cabbage. Hill road and suggestions
for cooperation whereby everyone may
lie of some service In foiling the
mountain highway into bettor condl-,
tiou for the traffic It Is called cn to !
lieai was made by Mayor (ieorge A.
II... , ..I ll.A In,., hi.oo of the Mil- I
That there Is preying need of leav- 1
lug no effort ur.done to get the road j
Into condition because Pendleton and j
this section of the state are getting un- j
(iesiiable publicity from visitors and
tnurirts was a stntemeni 01 tne speai-1
As a step tovvcrd making an in-I
nvovenien!. Mr. Hart man siiutested
thnt people of Pendleton get a number j
of cars together, fill them will I'm-
dleton men, go up the hill as far as the
ounty line and use rakes, shovels and
other'tools that the work demands in of perpetual production of one third j p J?( " T,1 nFTTl HlF!'' (V- POT JCV.
filling In ru.s, draining mud holes and ' f 'the paper ,! which is ann:tu!!y Vrl (V'llVJf .L llLllJi.l, IJlILt V7 1 lAILdJj.
otherwise improving the grade. Trucks
might be utilized to haul gravel, too,
he suggested which could be placed
w here It would do the greatest Rood.
He expressed the opinion that the
county luad crew mUht lie switched
to that 1 section for the one day, too,
wliero they could accomplish a gre.-.t
deal of good. It was also sngtresied
that the people of tirandp shouM
I he. Invited to lake care of their end of
the road In the, same manner on the
same day with a Joint picnic neur the
county line when the parties neared
tho end of the work.
OFFICIALS SAY DHAW.
V' HTLANI1, April 29. (A. P.V
I each Cross and Joe Gorman's ten
rociid bout last night was officially
, .-, ill-aw Ihoneh neWMi..ner oilin
I flTFlt TtKFS y) 1;:1T li:tP
IMMtTt.AXn. April 29. (A. p.l
Cattle and hogs are non-.innllv steadv.
Sheen nre steady. K.-es li in iln tin -
changed and butter In three cell la
Fresident cf National Non
partisan League ia Not Per
mitted to Have New Hccrincj.
CASE WAS TRIED JUNE
With Giibcrt He Was Convict
ed of Conspiracy to Discour
. .age Enlistments During War.
KT. PAI'U April 2. A. P.) T!e
state euprcme court denied a new trial
lo A. Ttnloy, pr--iunt ot the in-
tioiia! nori-partiwin league and Joseph
of the lea'.'jo, who wi re convicted of
conspiracy to teach sedition. ti. cu.s
ia tried June 23, 1319. .
! f:'!s'rt fv'rv.?! Kcn'once
.TT. l'Al b, April T.iU. P.I The
(into supreme court upheld thp Jack
ton county court In the conviction of
A. C. Townlcy, president and Joseph
Gilbert, former orranizer of the na-
tloiial non-partisan league. They were
chargod with conspiracy to discourage
enlistments during the war, were
found guilty ami sentenced to SO days
each in the county Jail. The case ws
appealed. In tile meantime Gilbert
was convicted, on another charge and
is serving Hciutniv m the Goodhue
c unity jail. ,
ML Ui 'L! ft fi
iEY TRIAL WILL
PRIZES FOR BENEFIT
Four EstraS Provided Besides !
Trophies That Ave Offered
Vw XTJr.v.e1 Tve 'Mliftfira
Contestants in the Club Short and
tlie Hpokismiin-Iie.iew Telegraphic
h'hoot which is )Ming held each t-'un-
lay r.t Colltra Park will receive addi
tional truihics in the form of mer-
'handisc donated by local m rcha.Hs.
Mlph gun in each of the three, classes
receives a trophy from the American
i TrapRhootitig Association an I to make
the shoots more attractive the follow
ing merchants are presenting pilws
to the biekv shooters.
These prizes are being rosp:ited to
! the second high gun in each class.
Class 1. T.-.ytor Hardware Co.. fly book,
value $4.00: C!ns 2, v:rinomy Drug
Co.. i'aiker fo intsin pen value S4.fo:
Class 3. t-"ol liium Sporting (ioods
Store, gold knife, valuo 4.rt. It !s
hoped there additioral prices will
(prove attractive to local shooters and
that ail lovers of this sport will be
on hand Sundny lo compete for tho
prizes and troohios.
The nr'.v club house Is now tinder
construction and ihe contractors slate
that with good weather the building
will be ready for occupancy in two
weeks. Members of the club will uo
the (minting under Ihe direction t-f li.
and President Utmpkin
who is directing operations from his
bed In !-t. Anthony's Hospital, wishes
ll it... I, .0.1 u'hfi eitl slioGT a lai!lt:
: . . . ...... i .
brush to b
n nil in A hi T I u oi
the membership of The Pend'etun Hod
and Oun Club has been called for j
Tuesday evening at S o'clock at the!
office of J. ih Kstes. Ray Spangle. ,
first vice president wiil preside m the
aosence ot I'resuiein i.Huipn.ii.
CAN NVPPI Y PA'.'KIS 11 LP
WAS'-I.. N.iTI i.V. April 29. (f. P.l
Secretary Wallace has announced
'bat the survey of Ihe .Mask 111 forests
conducted by tho department of auvi-
culture showed that A'.a.ika :s capaDip
,-el ill the I'nited States.
SI WORKERS TAKE
TROUBLES DIRECT TO
Want to Set
i " '
' W FHINC.TOX, April 29
r Murine, workers' representatives,
bi esk'ng away from a conierr nee w ith
i the ship owners nnt Admiral Benson.
j went directly to th- wlvte house te ask
Harding to intervene s id prevent the
' seameo" s'rlk". They want to set
i aside the decision of the owners and
the sh'ppi: -boaril to ledjee waxes Ki
peiccnl. on May I.
EVENING, APRIL 29, 1921.
RU3E MAKES SURE,
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U: i if ,h 1 '7,
This Is the first picture of Ru've Manriard's bride, formerly Miss Naomi
.Mulone of H.-.ltimor... .net. .Mar.pinrd, who is pitching for Cincinnati this
e. i A-fie.- the fir ceremor.y j-ube found out that be would have to be
marr ed .n j n bicause of legal te I nlcalil cs growing out of his divorce last
C'ctobei f rm piosom t h y. actress.
SIX MEN FACE PERIL
IN OPEN BOAT AT 'SEABri
SKATTM-:. April 23, (A. I'.) A
imiiili )ju-m cuntiiinin six men from
trit- rmattlla rtf lif'h;ship arc iTi:s.-ir.ri
af;-r I'tiiiff can utirift iat nif-'ht in a
52 mile gale, snys a wirok-ss mes.-.ae.
Viu men put out fur the steamer
Quen to reeehp Pni-.s arw. rru?::ti.iitft
t'r (he lirihtsliop and dM nttt ret-trn !-
the lij;!U: h:p. Tho Ik-jjI was lawt ,..-i?n
ririftin,.- icwnrd the shuit'of Van
crtiiver Is'-iird. T:m j'u-en a!i.i'.d fy
winie frt.xn Trtoush thdt y ;.'.n '
t-uek in w-iiroh fv,r tiu- boat l.ut w
bnatile to locate it.
Names of Men
poi!Ti..vr Ai.rii i n" r.i
Ito'.ert Warrick, su pen n tena nt of
, . . lit
lighthouses, received a radio from
Mate Anderson of relief, giving the
1M,W ,.f III. Illiillir infin e l!i,liell
i 1r j ,i... I,,,- Mnn I
HUGHES SENDS NOTE
TO PANAMA REGARDING
In Vicv of Repeated Eefu
to Accept White Award This
May Mean Final Ultimatum.
W VPHiKi:Tr!". April "J. (I. P.l
In view of Panama's repeated re- j
fusals to acepjit the White award, the
lilies'. Hucees note may to in tin" rn-
Itu - e of a final ultimatum' to
j Panama to tcn-.s, it is. belie ed
Would Settle H'sputc.
WASHIXCTON". April 29. IT P.t
!Iut;hes sent another nolo to Puna
:ia n that cotiutr.v's refusal to accept
the award cf Chtef JustUe While on
I lie .in I in el nisi i , i e n , ' v i
I us annum.
,1 i y tne state iiep..r;
s;c States V. S. risitlon.
, ,,,.,.,,4 u,)c..s ja ,ur
i .-ii.oi' (
Ls - ... o
state finally th I'nited ,
Sins- nreouivocal pus, tion that Pan- I
r.e a' l'i'ist accept the White decision, ,
an thai this government stands back
n. tne award Viih nil the necessary '
Iof w est cnicGo?
WHO ESCAPES IN AIST .AUTOMOBILE
,., - - '
CU, t fi.n,i, o-priM- jln oar wi h t he" two women w ho were
OHSl ill U( RulilZcS I'wSSC ..! 1 J directed l.v the- ! ief Sheritf orga -
Armed Men end Rifle Squ
j Assist in Hunt tor Bandit.
C1I1CACO. April tl". .P.
Co ov-e Bi em. i he f of eeltee of West
Chicago was eiioi and kl:!d by nti unl
P.) il.lill'ieil lual.. .tames i-i illUH. rs. the
tet-aolon w.tH serlu:.'-
wotimie-i. iveini ami .---nieis n.vi j
Just 0 i-.-i t, il two women in an auto.
::u-l.ile hew lo get to St. ii.iries. PI..
an.', iriss.,1 the rtre. t. there tinvtmg
; lie i.traneer. "Wher,. a to .m going"
I he cbie," u V.e l and several rt velvet-
, hnis were h
lav, stiua -
iiii show ttl Hint tlio iits.is.-iii escaped
LAVISHES AFFECTION OM
AN ADOPTED FAMILY
Two fr.thst:t..u. m..'lh rs are lav- j
i.doppd children at. the fox I
laim ope:. Hied by Mr- V. C. Jlc. j
.Nah'.i, Kt"t ,1'i'iin streets f
'th.-.,' ;iiti iu .':s'e. ;i ;.i.aut;ful sii-
ifr fo', and iiary, a sleek fat
'he- mother of four I
he puppies to the cat and the ,
Kittens to the fox, as he feared j
):essie would injure her valuaiiie
oung beeausf, she had a habit
JilllH. I Iti MMUf llVHi .it IU.' ,
t ai.'h niot
nc epo d the n-.v j
children and tr. .McNuby be-
lieves that tiivl cxperiinent will
Th?r.e are about l'j grown
t.niie ands fem ile foxia on 'the
farm arid' about young. Th
f x f.iri.i i;; Ihc only one in Ore-
gon with til
; mail one ai
1'inc City. -
'SFOelE M LEASES
S0.000 ACRES GF LAND
r-rie is great Indication of the ' Alk In,ow: Fllir"- Marjorie Mellon
pros, m e of g is and o l in the region ofl'-: Mi,k- Craee Blanchette; Sugar. Al
Kee,. , H e opiti.m cf .1. K. Leonard. . ''"'a McMonl-s; Bread. Marie Fltch-
,1 fpokiee who his, lease.! s r; ;lt- Thelma A key; IKig. Edna
i-res of land on the south side of the Murphy; Xight. Isabel Ross; Colors.
I'mniili, rivev west feh .-,,., win.', Hel"!1 Hugg. France. Jack, Thelmu.
i.i insta.il a test well imnied:a;e!y.
.Ir. Ionard. ivhn is here today, is
oe r.resiilent of the I:an!:ers Petrot-
of Texas a.vl also hss, iriated :
with ihe Wagner llefii'.l-'.g Co., of Tex-,
11. He slates tiv.t he hopes to inter-;
est Mve lavi:e eompan is in the enter-1
pr se ie tile west e'el
'en' if lb s is not feasii;
f il-.o county
e he will con- i
eip the opi rat i n Jm, self.
Oil t :t r:a have inforin :! Mr.
l..o!..tr.' tnat there is teriain itnl ca-
tion of the presence of gas and a
no d e!-M-e Ahat tl.ere is oil in tht
land. Jtr. leon.'.r.l w ished to dilll fi (
i ll , m nouli cf S'anfieiu bin
c ii.;.-1 not r.-ctire a lease en the land.
lace, where the dunce of the falrie
is shot by uxsuijTrX ,r:h'i
I 11 tied posses and arm--i
sipiatls inst ill feu::1 ,i.
ing towns to :'i.l i 1 Ce
?TALY AGREES WITrl
II C DTPi'DtVi'-O V5D
il A itl't-n' ii!'l J Hi
U. U. liLu;..ni..U IH!
M . b:iOinesn wh.ch thev have been seek -
WASBISMTOV. Apr I 9 --(A mm- I'oMowitg ihe seven cen, Ihe c
pi ic a. i. e . nt w'th the I'nltid '.ml part of tlm twgeont will bo pre-
States positio-t ti gi-nling the Is attd t f, rented, under ili title. "In u flrd-n."
Van V-.'S I'M-e. s.o I i-i a loop del i ereil ; Tho danee will Ix. 'Itre.-lan Fro-K,"
1 tc th-si ite .h p.titna e.t b vhc Italian
HELD; HAY FACE
Woman Shot Man Last Night as
Result of 'Moonshine' Party
During Which He Beat Her.
MRS. INGLES SAYS HER
MAIDEN NAME WAS COX
j Claims She Was Born in Pcn
I dleton in 1891 and Left After
; Finishing Grade School.
A STOMA, Aprtl 29. K. O. Spec
Mal.j Mrs. Kulii Ingles, a native or
j Pendleton. Is held In the city Jail here
Innil may face a murder charge as the
: remit of the shooting last n ght In a
i local rooming house. A. J. Burns, her
! victim, is lying In the hospital In a
! critical cond tb n, the bullet having
; perforated his intestines. He i not
' expected to live. The two had been
living together for several years a
man and wife, the woman says, and
fame here a month ago. The ahooting
v;:s the result of a moonshine party
tiir'ng u'hich Hums is said to have
t. nten the woman. Mrs. Ingles ay
her im.lden name was Kula Cox and
was born in Pendleton In
the daughter of Mr. and
. Cox, and left that city after
n.sluutr the grade schools.
I "So Trace Pound of Knla Cox.
I No one can be found in Pendleton
v' t has ctiv knowledge of Eula Cox
! Ir:f, Astoria woman held ft tho
s'- rtins of A. J. Burns.
,AI.TOX JCHY SfXXKKD.
tkct.on of a jury to try Willie 7l-
i too. l" year.4 old, charge wl:f'. tjik
; i:.g $72, Chi In bonds from the North
Urn Trust company where he wjs em-
i p'oyed, was t-omplett-d today.
CAST FOR 'BLUE BIRD'
l tw I Wll ULUL U1UU
PAGEANT TO BE GiVEN
Entertainment Will be Pre
sented as Feature of State
Convention of Oregon P.T.A.
1 he cast for the "Itlue Bird"
I PC-art, to be presented here on the
! vor:ir,j of Friday, May 13, aa a fca
j lure ol the state convention of Oregon
; i'i.ient Teacher Associations, waa an
! nouiiced today by Miss Eva Hansen, in
, s'.nictor of phys'vnl training In I'en-
hools who is directing the
lorence Fletcher vwlll he, "Blue
Pinl," and other characters are as fol
lows: Tyltvl, Frances Isaac; Mytyl,
elce'ornimaeh. Kniily Isaacs. Marceila
i Johnson and Amy Kliubeth Aldrich.
Soirtis to Appear
Stary.terite Konart, paphn Milliorn.
Laura Xtimiford, Kuftenia Endicott,
Mepe Newei nib, Maurice Akers, Frn
T'.iim. Violet Williamson. Naomi Hud-b-v,
Ami'p I.ilncr. KuUi Arnold and
"itcti Pen Iinehai t will h the sprite
in the paeennt. Children of the second
srade of the Held aehonl will ta tho
"or. ad men," and the children of the
J pageant will be represented by tho
j "os ami girls of 'the first grades In
i the various Pendleton schools,
j The first scene in the pageant will
j b' at the children's home, where tho
1 tlcments and beasts come to-life, after
I which Fairy and Light take the chil
dren on a search for the Blue Bird.
Bailee In lMcv
The next scene is at the Fairies' Pal-
spirits and the dance of the night fairy
i fc hidden from the children.
: 'The Kiii'tdom of the Future" I th
1 flr e fourth cne. In which
' Father Time chooses a number of Hills
iii.norn i l;:i,Hen to accomp.in hlrn to
i !)p earth. In this scene, the elulv
I'.lne I'.ird Is seen but is n' caught.
The dance of the rainbow I the fea
ire of the filth scene, in the Tempi
Ki-ene In Hmv Font
Til Bl ie Bird is still uncanght In
:th cxnt, which Is laid In tho
, .ss!!, don.,., i
- i"'1'1 "' the hildren st ho
; wh..,,. th,. rt.-,ner the Blue Bird
y fl's-iier the Blue Bird r
''Moment Musical." "tiroop ai Tbro,-'