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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1921.
BY UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
m in is
HEW SET FORTH
IN Fill DECREE
Senator Was Charged With
Illegal Use of Money to De-1
feat Henry Ford in 1918-!
'67TH CONGRESS HAS NUMBER
OF IMPORTANT RESOLUTIONS
; UNDER CONSIDERATION TODAY 10
GREAT BRITAIN IS
Emergency Tariff Bill and
Army Appropriation Bill are
Both Receiving Attention;
PORTLAND MEN TAKE
ACTIVE INTEREST IN
Y. M. C. A. CONFERENCE
SIGNING THEIR NAMES
II I four nolUl hours 1
y I except you'd have
1 J Think you'd have '
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WASHINGTON, May 2. U'. P.)
Th uonAla I. I-..I. ., 1.1. . ...lit I I- - I.I
. ... , ,,, tj.rti.,, -r. Ill llf-Klll COIIHIII-
elation of the emergency tariff bjll to-
' ''ay. The house continued crnsiderit-
SIXTEEN ASSOCIATES WERE!i!',n "f appropriation bin.
;7ni iisrl'Mili iri. cotnm liter hetmn It
If, Germany Refuses Allies;
Reparations Terms England
CONVICTED AT SAME TIME
U. S. Supreme Court Held Un-
Will Blockade North
OFFICER OF THE GUI
hearings on !h pucker control legls
liitlon. Secretary Wallace will annoar
j before tho agriculture committee and
I S'' hla views on the lull to prevent
gambling In the futures trading. The
Hergdoll Investlgatlntr eommtttee -nn. I linpora.
i lfl...u.l .1 pi.li.irl iU I I IV'tlll'TO r'hrvoil fi.t tUn Minf, '.itiA
constitutional Section Under i Kvnerul on the alackiTs earape. Tho Inoludp colli nm-n. f OreKon, Wuah-
j ItitciHlate comrnerci- Miib-coinmltti e lKlon and Idaho.
WhlCh ConViCtiOn WaS Made continued ll hearinKa on tho war rink
iiiHiiruncn ii'Ki.uauoii. inn approprln- I fjJ
(ioim oinnniltlie onsldored the dfi-li
fli leney of. appi oprlatloim. Th ways! LU Jf
nd nuana Hiili-commltteea continued
work on frainlni; the permanent tariff
WASHINOTO.V, May 2.-(V. P.)
Senator Truman H. Xewlwrrya aen-
fence of two ycara" Impr aonincnt or a I
fine of J10.000 qn a i narm- of II1 h:i1 j
Uae of money to defeat Henry Kurd In i
the Michigan aenatorlal election of
1918 waa et iimde tiy tho I'nlted
tilutea itipreme court. The court held
unconstitutional the Hcctlon of the cor-
rupl pracilcoa ai t under which New
berry and H uMotlntm- were convict -t
by the Michliiaii federal "int.
Thoao convicted with Newberry,
who received vanliiK priMin sentences
and flnea or both were. John 8. New
berry, a brother; Allen Templeton. B.
F. Kmery, Harry Turner, K. V. rhll-
aon, Ilanlbal Hopkins. Jnniea Mc Ure-
god. fhaiiea uoyd, jtomr m. An- - Harding; Intimated He
drewa I'Teaeruk f..dy. Milt..,. r,uK- j Appoint Arbitration
man. It chard Fletcher. Fred Henry, i rr
William Shekel and tieorxe Ijidd. Jua- After Cabinet
lire Xlf'Ite .'iioIiIh read the decision.
,.,.,.vrTnv1i ... . i, NRW VOmCMay 2. iV. f. Th
The mhtfnr ?
.. . .i .i i inn American rliiiipme oil the Atlantic:
' Pacific and CSul.' craata In row n!
i while both aidea aunlt'd Intervention
j by HardlnR. The president intimated
he mlf-hl apixdnt an arbitration hoard
j after a conference with the cabinet.
! Accnrdlnit to union officials, the alrlkn
i haa lHen Joined by the seamen In Phll-
rfiltTI.AM), (r:. May 2. (A. V. I
Keveral Portland men will ti ke an
active p;irt In the annual rellaloiifi,
educational and recreational Y. XI. .'.
A eonferi.ncn fit Ke.'ihwU Wuuh f.,m
.tune 17 t i 97. ll Pi'ii rd i n r t.i th, In,-.. I '
announcement. j '
Uirit' nutnbers of special invltatiiins !... ,,,.-T ..... . . .
ate to bo Issued to hl(;h achoul studi nta I GERMANY MUST GIVL HER 1
nnd Btudents In the coIIck of t:ie I !
North st frtm China. J man. the' AWIAFR RY MAY TIAPI PTH
niiwi'k-ii Mi itini i iibi.1 i ll
i uiiiipiiies, ior"a, itnssiit ana tne i
aonth American republic to univr- '
ally student bodies and editors of col-
Interval is Not Allowed for
Negotiations But to Give
Government Time to Reflect.
LONDON, .May C. (A. P.) Hreat
lirviir nTrMr nrininn
mm. oiK!it ii i
I wnut initKvtnifljn ,!
PRESIDENT IS AWAITED
H. H. Neil, of Pendleton, has been
rh..e,.n r.fti,.A. . Ik. tt, lha .In.
! i.iirintental encanipntent of tho Or.nd
Army of the Ri public to be held here
June If to 16 Inclusive.
V. L. Puller, of Portland, will be
officer of the day and I). H. Turner of
M' .M ii : n . il li' will be actinz assistant
adjutant. The committee on, creden
tials will be : A. YVIII!an:s. Dr. J.
f." 14ull i.l li.ti'l! iii,t TI X T ni .if Xfll. I
ton. S. F. Plytbe of Hood Uiver and Xf''i""'na being considered at
M. Kvans of Port'and. Dr. J. E. Hall,
J. t;. f'hantbera and fllrieon Stnl?. will
le meniberj of the memorial commit
tee. The opening; day. Tuesday, wil! be
devoted to meeting of the council fur
Britain wlll'make a mmil demnnstra-
j tion If fiermany refused the allies re
parations terms. Tho demonstration.
which will take the form of a block
ade, will probably occur In the North
K...ul ..I... K.- Mi., 1'tl tViu
f-atr'aoriral answer yes or no to'thc nl-1 WiU Ask Towing Concern Em-
would you like to spend
e writer's cramp
wt iter's era tup
blore tb job was completed?
lhi: Uttle feat In penmanship
ha Just been comp'rted by Ma
yor fieorge A. Hartman and
City Itetorder Thomas Fltz
Ic-m hi who affixed their na tes
IThii limes on bonds and cou
pons of the city recently issued
for public improvement work.
Four hours was the actual time
reni lied for the w.tk.
There wete 5 bonds ai d each
bond Itnl 0 coupons attached.
I'mler tho provisions of the city
oliaiier. individual signatures of
tne mayor and tho recorder are
required on each separate cou
tn ii. The value of the city pa
per totaled $40, OHO.
FREE STARTS HER MILITARY
TOWARD GERMANY TO
COMPEL PAYMHfT OF WAR DEBT
'Diaprrn . 11 imvai incc
TO HONOR U. S. AVIATORS
EXTEND STRIKE TO
4 1 4,
4 I 4
PARI.'-, May 2. (A. P.) A
plaiue of delfware comem
oratlve of the American aviators
who were killed In the war an
members of the famous Lafayet
te Kacadrille will be placed in
The plaque is Inscribed "In
Memorial)!'1 and contains the
names of the dead aviators. It
was executed at the famous gov
ernmental porc-liln manufr.c
tury at Sevres, and has been ac
cepted by President Millerand
for the Invalides with several
hundred tvar relics, historical
pictures and works of art having
an historic interest, the E'fta of
Recollections of Stiring ,Days
of 1914 Are Recalled When
Army Stars for Rhine.
ARTILLERY AND CAVALRY
BEGIN THEIR LONG MARCH
Cavalry Movement is First
Step in Great Expedition
Into the Ruhr Valley.
4444444 4 4444444
committee authorixed the sub-coniinlt
ten on the Ford-Newberry senatorial
campaign to continue Us Investigation
Immediately. The committee, under
the direction Of Menalor Hpencer of
Missouri, will take the testimony con
cerning the chaws of fraud In the
primary ond 'general elections.
lied demands or suffer military and
naval penalties, according to an ulti
matum wrawn up by the allied foreign
ministers and approved by the su
pieine council. The interval is not al
lowed for negotiations but to give the
(Jcrinan coveniment time to reflect.
premier Briand said it would take
12 days to complete the French mili
tary preparations for occupation of the
ployes and Affiliated Union3 1
to Walk Out in Sympathy,
Stnwerm' Council Acrees
cniiemi.-tls in the niJin'i). Jn t:n;-'.''. suf; Vrnrfpon.
fternnnn tho f ist ca!n of the en-j supreme council has gre! in. o1n
ciimi nient will m et, while Pi te . i-lple on t ie terms of the ultimatum to
ever'ny the puhljo recept'on Kiven ty
the Pendleton Commerc'al cl;"b nnd
NEW YORK, May 2. (Harold D.
Jacobs, V. P. Staff Correspondent.)
An extension of the seamens strike to
include all harbor workers in the con
try will be attempted tonight. The in
ternational seamens union, which call
ed the general strike to fight the 15
percent wage reduction, will ask the
towing concern employes and af filia'ed
unions to walk out In sympathy; in an
PARI3. May 2. (Webb Miller, V.
P. Staff Correspondent.) France haa
started her military forces toward
lermany to compel the' payment of
the war debt. Recollections of the
stirring days of 19U were called up
when, with pennants Hying and bands
playinp the.cavalry and artillery start
ed for the- Rhine. The Fifth cavalry
division left Meaux. Cavalry batteries
sta.tir.ned at Lyon began the long hike.
Tho 13th dragoon clattered out' of
Melon. The cavalry movement was
the first step in what France expected
to be a great expedition Into the Ruhr
T t ft a. J9 ft 1
isyoee ana uurxon 01 tenant's i piifxy aoixcf.s I'mps
Cigar Co. Takes Over Busi- . tac m.a. May -a Jm-wj;
a ! dent Louis H. Burnett of the Pacific
neSS in Neighboring City. International League last night an-
j nounced that Umpire "Red" Held
would be In charge of opening Ya.kl-
staff .i'ire?poi)d-T'-Tn snvr t.f American shipping:. Th- total: ef- ' . . . .7. .. . .7. rTTlirron baa lieen assiane to handle
Ut I I'liiiif. at unit. i ana naa trr- ,
cured by Pendleton men was closed I ",r v... ... ....
jSaturday afternoon when the final I -"
fiectcd to strike on all the coasts will
be 1 75,010 men.
I'., upiliiii 110.1 ti ZarnMtnv it M )enrn-i 11-.... 1.1 Y....l...t.. e..HJm, '.tt.ln
1.1 o.itii iriini'v-piv at tint minfitiKinn nf I vpn- vtuis r! .i.P"Peri were signed
JoliliMin Mill lolitNloif .Menstirc.
WASHINGTON. .May 2. (F. I'.)
A constitutional amendment to put the
expenditures In all the irimnrlis for
the federal offices and the presidential
preference primaries tinder congressi
onal control, will be presented in the
senate by.illrum Johnson of Califor
nia, ho announced, following- the
Newberry decision knocking out the
section of corrupt practices uct deal
ing with election.
Johnson said ho bad long had In
mind the introduction of the measure.
Tito Newberry decision, he said, is
not the direct Inspiration of It, but
is a cuiiKO of Its present Introduction. ()
Kit Carson post w'.ll take place. Wed- I the mnrnln srss on. Premier K;-iann The Anu-rlcan seamen's strike is be- t ' . " ' , ' p. . .'"
,. ...i.,.,. ,...i.,i.., aurced to an ultimatum to expire not ! I,,- vten,ie . lei,M voxels of for. Buton- Proprietors of the C harles Co.
tt ill n,.ni I... r,.ll,..i ..,1 k.i ik. i later than May I'll. Military nrepara- i elm reeim nernrillnir fo union nffi- lc'f:lr t,iri!- j
' nrl..t.hlu l..i,,.. ii-l.tu.... I rD.u ll,.ul.la iV... I. . u .mua . .auiinn 1., t'oim for the invasion of the Ruhr val- I winter TH.maa Mitlicrnn wrolnrv nf
(j Orelnns, Mobile, Tampa, Jacksonville. I Hie afternoon there will be a banquet i 'ley will proceed in the meantime so tle marine firemens. w.itertenders and
Pensncola, Norfolk, Key West, Halves-I nnd c inipflre In the evening. Thurs
ton, Kan Francisco. Portland, Seattle, day the final business meeting and ln
Honoltilo, and Halboa. FtaPntti.n of of'icers will W held.
oilers union, declared all the foreign
PROPOSED MILK ORDINANCE
SILENT ABOUT "AGUA PURA
there will In no dtay in cusp Ger
many rejects the ultimatum.' The ukl- j merchant craft which recruited crpw-f
niiitnm will Include prnViUnR for n this country would be forced iu
(uantcein the payment of the Ger
man inrif nmity and penalties fnr nun-nhHervatn-c.
adopt the American wages and work
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rA( lf Al IIIM'I IA
Licensing of the sale and distribu
tion cf milk and cream in Pendleton,
inspection of dairies, dairy herds.
milk plants, creameries, milk station
grocery stores of this vicinity,
IN BATTLE AT JAFFA
JERUSALEM, May 2 (A. P.-
Twenty persons were killed and 150
wounded In a clash between the Jews
and the Arabs at Jaffa Sunday. The
Hoops were restored to order without
...... i.lfH imha nrrT ""d l'r(1viK,nr "f a penalty for viola-
JEWS AND ARABS MEET r-i
I food coinmlssloner, und unanimously
favored by the Pendleton Milk Pto-
tducers anil Iilstrlliulois Association ut
a meellng Saturday in the Farm liu
reau orflce. The ordlnunce as dratt
ed set no siandurd of richness for milk
;to be sold here.
The ordinance. It was decided tit
.the meeting, will be submitted to the
i city council for passage, after u con-
being compelled to fire on the fighting j , ,.. ... ..., ,,
VESSELS ARE HELD UPj S
Four shipping board vessels, two for i
the Orient an two for Europe are held'
t'p. Privately owned coasters are get
ting away on schedule.
No Vc-isols 1)1 Port
PKATTLK. May 2. (U
Tal grand Jury, charging monopoly
and restraint of trade under the Sher
livercd to Hie ultimate consumer with
in li hours after milking.
Cleanliness Is emphasized in several PORTLAND. May 2. (I. P.)
sections of the ordinance, which pro
vide for cban buildings, elet.n cows
and clean surroundings. It l;i also pro
vided that the persons engaged in
milking and bundling the milk be
uli un und lif.iiltliv Another I'mvin-
ion requires that all utensils, bottles, I shipping bonrd vessels are in port, producer-distributors. The new price
etc., be kept clean and sanitary. The The operators fear the strike, how-j is 12 cents a quart if paid in advance,
ordinance states that nothing b it ever and it will interfere with future j or IS cents if paid at the end of the
w to i.ni l ft lei u snai oe ten. i-wistas snimns. in,,iiin
no coispon.moNS ixnicTFn.
CHICAGO. May 2. (L. P.) The
federal government hit at the alleged
building trust in- Chicago w hen indict
ments were returned against 110 cor
porations and individuals by the fed- lfor "le conn any is the whipped cream
Possession of the plant was given
Immediately, and Hybee is ill Walla j
Walla in active charge of the busi-j
ness. He will move his family to thei
Washington city later and will con
duct the affairs of the candy concern.
He retains his interest in the local
The Walla Walla company is a
growing business, and distribution of
the full line of candies manufactur
ed in the up-to-date plant is made all
over the Northwest. The specialty
which haa gained much recognition
SOI PAPERS FORCED
TO SUSPEND EDITIONS
Mfl.K PRICKS ItKlH'CF.n.
PORTLAND, May 2. (A. P.) A
I reduction of a cent in the pr ce of
! milk effective today is announced by
P.) No ;all distributing companies except the
AMERICAN SHIPPING AT
GREAT LAKES PORTS
MAY BE DESTROYED
uMutnvnTOV ).,, ri P 1
. ,' ' 1.1 i ' 1 , .1,-' -. inWes 'l demand for clean
American shipping at the great lakes .
ports may be destroyed unless the t-t-follette
Hhtpplng act is modified, the
house merchnnt murine committee
wits told by representatives of Cleve
land, Detroit, Toledo, Rochester and
other cities. They declared the Ameri
can vessels are being driven to Cana
dian registry to escape the act.
Reported by Major I.eo Moorhousc,
weather observer. ,
'light to heavy
officer: c.eorge Hartman, mayor, and
Commissioner Hawloy Is held some
day this week.
Hair, Miicit Take Initiative.
It wns at the request of the local
association that the ordinance was
drawn up by Commissioner Hawley.
The dairymen, who realize that there
i under sanitary conditions and that
Stirh tin ordinance would benefit pro.
ilttcer as well ns consumer, are wlll
jing to abide by the proposed otvll-
nance although there are many pro
visions which will put the dairymen
to some cNpciihc. They went a slop
I further than the ordinance, for In dis
cussing the license fees the dulrirten
expressed themselves In favor of suf
l I'lcient fees to contribute a generous
, amount to the city for the enforce
ment of the ordinance, which would
possibly Include the employment of n
Part-tltno Inspector. No definite fee
is named In the ordinance, nor Is the
j penally statnil. These matters will
come up later,
Ordinance l ar-ltcncblng.
j The ordinance provides that before
license Is Issued, all premises where
;lhe milk Is produced and hnndled
shall he examined to show that there
is adequate equipment properly ar
ranged as required by the regulations.
This equipment is to consist of dalr
barn, barnyard, milk house, adequate
water supply, suitable drainage, and
sufficient clean buttles. All dairy i
cows .the. ordinance Hates, must be
flee from disease as determined by I
tuberculin tests and physical exami
nation by a qualified veterinarian,
und new animals are to be kept t-ep-arate
from the herd until approved by
the state veterinarian after tess and
exnmlnnfHon. All milk is to be rrti
teurlzed or taken from cows which
have passt d tho ttiticrulii! test, the
ordinance stutes. Milk Is to be uV-
FOR. h:Z'X A 1 A r-y
xwLHcm . gar $X
to get Kj
TO HKvAi B k I
candies manufactured by them
11. C. Ilurton will remain in charge
of the store here. The acqubition of
the candy manufacturing plant w-ll
cause an extension of the business
lone by Charles Co. to tie made. The
Job Shops Are Hardest Hit;
Some Offices Resorted to
Photo Engraving Process.
NKW YORK, May J. (L P.)
Thousands of printers throughout Am
erica struck for a 44 hour week. Some
newspapers were forced to Buspend
editions. Job shops were the hardest
full line of candiea manufactured at i hit. Three papers at Lancaster, Pa.t
Walla Walla will be sold here In addi
tion to the present line of tobacco.
A gain of three and a fourth cents
in May wheat and one cent in July
wheat is shown in today's qut .tations
from the Chicago gram market. May
wheat closed at $1.34 l-f and July at
FnIio'v'n. r.re tiie quotations receiv
ed i-VfrWek oc CooKe, local brokers:
Or en. High. Low. Close
May II.S2 Si.lir.'i J1.32 I1.34U
July l.t't l.ns 1.09
I AMERICAN SOLDIERS OF
I FORTUNE ARE GIVEN 40
' ACRES OF LAND EACH
resorted to the photo engraving pro
cess. The paper at Glenn Falls N. T.
wa suspended. Two thousand job
printers are out in SI. Louis.
Two hundred commercial printers
are out in Buffalo. 400 In Philadelphia
and 200 in Rochester. All the Job
shops at Wilkeshrtrre, Pa. .are tied up.
Printers also failed to report for
work at Atlanta, Memphis, Omaha,
San Francisco, Denver and Amarillo.
Other cities reported the men' at work,
but expected a withdraw later.
1-lnplovtn Mal With Kniployrrs
INDIANAPOLIS. May 2 (U. P.)
"The backbone of Kmployers of the
commercial printers is broken." This
is the statement made by John Mr
Farland. president nf the International
Typographical Fnion. . McFarlnnd
said reports of the strikes all over the
country are pourtng into his office,
but It is impossible to tell how many
are on strike. He said the employee
are dealing with the employers Indi
vidually because the employers had no
tangible national organization to deal
! WARSAW, May 2. (A. P. Ninei
j American members of the Kosciusiiko !
lair squadron, all soldiers of fortnno, J
'recently wtre award d 4ft acres of;
jfand each, near the Polish-Russian
j frontier a.s outlined by the Kii;a peace
All officers and soldiers of the Pol
,ish forces are heiner nrovidert with
tracts along Poland's eastern bound- PAN' FRANCISCO, May t (V. P.)
ury, under a system worked out by i -Tno Southern Pacific, through Its
the government, provided thry take i Sacral manager. J. P. Dyer, served a
itip cultivation of the land upon leav-1 formal not re upon the employes of
ing the military service. p.y this',,p desire to educe wages upprnxl
Iplan, Poland hopes to have trained t U'at' ly per cent, the proposed re
men settled permanently where they j duction to he considered at a series of
'will be handy for .-orvice in ca e ;tei conferences to be held during Mav. If
(country is ever attacked again from i finally adopted II w ill become effec
the east. .the June t. All classes of employes,
I Most of the young flyers of the i excepting those belonging to the four
jKoscieusiko squadron are planning to j brotherhoods are affected,
return to Amer'ca during the sum- j -
!mor. If they do n"t settle upon tbej
!land within a specified time, their
lights to the farms will be forfeited. I
I As yet none of the Americans has i
made up his mind to sctt'e town on a I
Polish plot and lead the life of a pea-1 .-
Isant. Several of the American were C I.l'M Hl'st. May !. (A. P.)
Ireared in the count rv but thef ssivj quiet May day he given aurnr of
the excitement . of flying and the; the return to normul condition, in id
thrills of war have spoiled them for Attorney General Daughvrty In a stale.
the back-to-the-farm movement. j ment today.
QUIET MAY DAY GIVES
ASSURANCE OF RETURN
TO NORMAL CONDITIONS