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The Et Orenonlun U Eastern Or,
iron's arrest est ncwiper ""' '"
Ing force irlvee to ths sdvertlser n-r
twies the )tiirnted psld circulation
In ivr.rileton m1 l.'mstllls sountlf of
any otlmr newspaper.
The not press run of yesterday's Dally
Thin piT l a number nf and audited
by the Audit Jiureuu of Circulation
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
No Naval Action Against Gcr-I
many Will be Taken Without!
Consulting United , States. !
FRENCH ARE DISAPPOINTED1
AT DELAY OF OCCUPATION '
Briand Appears Agitated But j
Clings to Hope That Allies;
Will Support French Invasion
LONDON, May 3. (I-. IV) A rom- I
plete agreement has- been icuclu-d !
anions; the iiUIok on the measures to I
ho taken In connection with tin- tier- !
man reparations iiUKtlrn, It was un- '
bounced tonight nt the conclusion or
the supreme councils, mcvj.ii.ii.
1jONH)X, Muy 3. li:l U Keen, I
T. Htnff Correspondent.) Tho su
preme council 'went Into session Hi
cnmnlotM thf fima I itllinifiliini in Ibe
ll..n..n. ti... iTi.tui. I. ..it...... !
many will yii'ld at tho mm t the 11 1 1 1
reparations terms. Ilrlund cliiiKS to
the hope that Dm allies will support
fully France's planned Invu.' Ion nf tier
niNii soil, ltrland appeared lultutcd.
The French reports were that the n-o-pie
were disappointed that h had '
yielded to I.luyd George In consenting i
to delay the Invasion until another j
note iia aent.
lluulio' Xotn Is Head
LONDON. May 3.(A. I'.) The su. i
premo council decided today to take
no naval action ngalnst (iermany with
out consultllDf the t'nlted t-'tnles.
Premier ltrland read the text of the
note sent by Secretary Hughes to (ier
many urglnir (Iermany to make a
clear, definite and ndeq iate proposals
to the allies. Ilrlund said he whs
areattjr i!wsed with the note. Nino
day rcniain for nornqy ,o Inform
tlie allies of her Intentions.'
DEATH BY LIVE STEAM
Men Were Repairing Apparatus
at Night; Day Force Without
Investigation Turns on Steam
I'OUTI.ANI), May 3 (V. I.) Two
holler makers working on repairs In
the Peninsula Lumber company plant
were almost cooked to death at 1 a. m.
when live steam under pressure was
pudd' iily forced Into the holler In
which they were working. The men
are hovering between life and death
In the hospital. They had been
working throughout the nhtht, in order
to have the steam apparatus working
in lime for the day shift of the lum
ber mill. The englneeis, not knowing
the men were In the boiler, opened
the valve, without Investlnai hig. Th
Injured nun are C I.. Sealer and 1'.
A. Hli ks.
HAN ! UANC1HCO, May 3. 1 1-. IV)
The body of a ba'by boy found In the
buy has been Identified by Vlclorin
Chlapparn. an Kalian, as his last child,
j.nriciv. Cblilidiara toid (In pollen a
wlerd story of the mysterious deaths
of his three children which caused de
tectives to tiise the mother, Mary
C'hliipparu, Into custody.
Reported by Major Leo Moorhouse,
llnromcter, 29. DO.
.Mile .V(ti,M Sonret. choHen as thu
iiinineed ciivi.i;eirent to a 1 r Imh
nut ready yet to tell the
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MAY USE RESERVISTS
TO OPERATE SHIPPING
10,300 MEN ARE OUT
WASHINGTON, M,,v 3. (
o-":i 01 me hnipinn,'
board will loofi to the naval reservists
Slid .1 1 whrl ru.,.4 n.n h ... I
dlcated today. Uh the ship owner hi, Iflinri n TWfl 1 1 Tl I i,""
declinmcr to arbitral., and H-nsoii op- WJ MfU(- ArflL' ( Hirl -',:'V.'' enemlea of the govern-
posed to a coniproniise on the in peri Ul lUnULL Oft It if (Olli iLL r'll'"t aR twini; ot lwo :enpral B('r,s.
cent reduction order. Secretary Davis j the exponents of "direct action" and
urranged conferences today with the! I""" pract. tinners of "Indirect action,"
owners and the union leaders. ' .., r r. 1 . tt i-- ; Warner caustically declared that it Is
1U,:miii Men out iiiX-Wifj 5eei3 tO Have ElVOrre;a question which type docs more in-
lowing the Lest o'.T.'iina' b est mnt-r ',
the ship strike conditions nre as f.;.
lows: Acw York, six ships tied up and ;
lii'Mi r.ieii out; -Huston, twelve sh'iis j
and 2IUIU men; Tort. and, Maine, rom
men; Providence. Jon men; .New Med
ford. Id0 men: .Norfolk. 1J ships nnd
l.'iiiil men; Jacksonville, r.( men: Mo
bile, three ships and ,"iuj m-n; Tampa,
one ship; New (irbans, 12 ships and
1"00 men; San Francisco, 6 ships and
1 duo men. ar.d Portland, four ships
and 4110 men.
Total 70 ships, 1 0,300
HULL OF DESTROYED
AHTOIiTA, Mny 3 U'. 1MTh
hull of thi .l;ip.inot slpuniship Tekuyo
Mitru, wli!h Imrnt'd late rstenlny fi"
miles off the mouth of thf Columbia,
in roportorl sunk ln)ay. duo is fUvrl
ami riht nre mS-sin?. noooriline tj a
wfrclfss fmm thi iranpcrt Inifttnl,
pmrredir.tf 1 n 'n:.nt mind wit h fi.".
mi tnhrrs cf th rr w who wfft rrs
currl. Tho Ii:k fn-iiihtrr !i,ft l'ortlniul
S:mIay with lumln'i fur (hf rirnt.
m v in-; rxii-:i.i i n
M'l.l'Tll, Minn., May .1. ( A. !'.)--Four
lrmdrcil mcinl'crs of the Swedish
Tabernacle church of luilifth. in ac
cordance with the second of a series of
''pnpullll'" resel .'tinns passed at open
business inectinss, will Im- liable to ex
pulsion frcm thai chnrch If on S-ind i
they r.sh. hunt, pick berries, hold cab
in nnrtics. t;t t--e pleasure trips, say ;iny
thiilK aeiill'M tlv-ir pastor or In other
v:ty ertuse n "raorili-jeous lirc.i kiiiy'' of
I he SaM nib.
UNLESS WISHES ARE HEEDED
LOCAL FARMERS MAY CREATE
NEW SELLING ORGANIZATION
Whether or not. Umatilla county
wheat growers will bo permitted to Join
the Oregon Grain Growers' Association
.with the privilege of a secondary con-
tract w hich does not demand a inn
'per rtent compulsory pool will be dis
I cussed at a conference to be held In
;Tlio Dalles May H. with J. II. Howard,
'. president of the American Farm llu
'nan Assicintion. W. L. llurdlck of
.nnh akotn and W. F. Schilling, of
Mhieiisota, present. I matilla county
will send a d-'Icgatlon consisting of
I!. Thompson, county llnnn Utireati
presiiienl, L. I.. Rogers, Sim Cullcy
and others, lo The Dalles.
The natloanl contract does not de
mand that all wheat be pooled hut
permits the grower to sell, consign or
pool his grain and yet en.toy the ad
vantages ot the National Pales Agency.
Tho tu-com association doniands thai
the wheat be pooled and a vigorous
attempt Is be'tig made by the North
west Grain Growers' Association to
net all farmers to conform with this
rub. Members who have already
s igned up with the Oregon association
agreed to the 100 per cent
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1921.
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TO WED NOBLEMAN.
inoKt beaut, fn alrl in France, !;is an.
noMeman. aicoi-ilini; to I arln dnalelu-K
nai.ie of the man.
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FORMER HUSBAND HLEO
Carmirhael Set Aside,
! ( h't !-fT( m lh;it sho v as runijir-Hcd t
sni'iiili to .oi nirrrpUKnt of divorce hy
tlirciit? of vio!fife iii'1 contaiinMl In ai
affidavit filed -Monday hy Mabel IJ.
Tni r.iirhao), dcfeiit'ant In thf famous
divt n e proceeding:, who is Hfokini; to
ha vc tho fir tpp recent ly granted
(.U'l.rno h. Oam:ichaei net aitie and
Tho affidavit enters ppnpr:il denials
of iiliefat'crs made hv Tha i mirhael in
;l r. vious Hlfid'ivjt jtrr..-iMited hy him
and si ts forth the defendant' s-Tuples
u';:jinst divorces on religious grounds.
Tiie pajvis filed ystt rdj.X nlso in
clude an affidavit hy nr. S. L. Ken
na'l. t i inarion. of Weston, wh' i
the d' f-ndam'R unci" hy in-irrlaire. In
th; affidavit it is Met forth that he wan
aware that th" defendant vn ur.der
rrnit im ntai strain dnrintf the days
that pp reeded th- action t'or d'virro, i
but he could not prevail on her to tell j
him tlie reason. j
That Cannichael extremely :
brutal to his stock, ;i stutenicrt made i
by t'.ie defendant, is concurred In the!
affidavit of the physicl.'ni who recite-1
th:it he handled a hi;.:h'sinin- mar 1
of Carinich.o-rs aft"r the hitter had ;
be tteii the cninial until wits were '.
visible all over tlv body. When the '
brldie was taken frinn off the horse's
head, the Uutcment sas. !r. Kennard
nnticcd tiiat tho hit was wrapped with i
wire which had cut the tonirue i f the
animal about half into. " -
The divi-n c w;s granted Ciirmlchacl ;
i.isi - "i"i. ""ii j
lied Miss Klsic iniani. a Wcton Kiri-
tile luc rr':i::t beuvj snieni nc.ed at
Walla Walla. The action of Mrs. Ma
bel Carmichiiel to have the iKvorce nn-
nclleil uas broauht liefore bis second
tlie Kia'c adjutant relative to the state
bonus Issue' w ii ieh is to be decided in
local growers hone that they ""V a s,u.eia el, ction .lime 7.
join the association on the terms. of a -pi,,, sciio.-l au.horilies will be ask
seeontlarv contract which will permit jed to p,-rm't short speeches lo be
selling, consigning or pooling of grain,
U Is probable that if this request is
not granted, the farmers of this coun -
ty will form an individual organisa
tion of their own.
It I KXnS AVKPS. May 3. ( I'. P I i
Stationed In it ii armed camp r.nioi i r.Pi:F.M.KIN; I'l.AM'S (1.PM:
members of an Argentine patriotic Gl l-;. FAL1.S. N. Y-. May 3. (I,
leawtie today awaited demonslratlon'a ! p.v- With few exceptions, the pner
by nnartdil--1s at Giuiuleguaychu, Prov-! tnaUinir ldants in this vhinity closed,
tnce of Kinerias. l-'lgbt'ng broke (ut following a walkout of the employes
on May day when the anarchists
charged a patriotic parade. Revolver ithe employers were insisting on a de
fighting and knifing followed. Five 'crease. Thousands are out at the ln-
j were killed and ill w ounded.
IN ALBERS CASE
American Legion Resolve to
Submit Sentiment to State
Department of Organization.
i ATTORNEY-GEN. SHOULD
RECEIVE MUCH CRITICISM
Resolution is Not so Much One;
of Law as of Moral Prin-i
ciple is Reason Given.'
j KLnKitiff denunciation of the ottor.
ney-geneial for the nition of his of.
! fiee in pleading error on the part of
the (foveniniont in the proKecut'on of
I Henry Allien) v.hen thfc case of the
I noted Cerman miller reached the
j I'nited states supreme rouit was ex
I pressed lant nitfht hy KpeakerH at tile
! ireetinj; of the I'endleton Post No. 22,
I Anierlean Letflon. A motion that rea
olutiefiH expre.saint; tills, flentiment he
framed and auhnittted to the state de
pnrmient of the t rt;un zatioil was car-
j That the action was not so much j
one oi iav oi moral principle was
I the reason given by Harold V.'arner
i why the attorneji-gencial should be
meted his full share of criticism foi
li e extraordinary action taken hy him
after the euse hail been passed on hy
j the fedi ral court at Portland and the
I circuit court of appeals at San Fran.
j cis-o and the government's contf.n-
t ons upheld oy both courts.
"I re-ilize-tliat .1 is unsafe or dinar- j
iiy to fi un opinions on the merits of
a ense from a lei;al iioint of view 1 y
rei.dmw newspaper rejiorts becaiiae
the neA'papcra are after the news fea
tures W'thout hpincr interested in the
lepal isstiPH, hut on its face, the recent
a'Uicn of the atrney-eneral is cer
t;uni a reflection on our courts. To
undermine the public confidence in
the courts is to create a condition bor- ; cot t 6.?r,0,(IO0 was opened here today. I oarKO shipped aboard the ill-fated
dering on anarchy. It Is hard for me j The structure forms one of the most ( 3tcamer The manifests showed the
to see why the government should ; impressive features of Chicago's down- 1 c,rK of lumber, cotton, sulphur and
take this method of ir.vinqt what am- town lake front. nitrates. The combination is highly
omits to a pardon to th s wealthy man. ! It has made the museum, which . ; combustible and sa'd to have probably
If a pardon was what the attorney- I contests for American supremacy with j furincda gunpowder composition aft
ner.il wanted fi r Alhcrs why didn't I 'he American Museum of Natural His-t er tle fjre g,,t into the cotton. Nu
bs have the backbone to come out and ; tory in New York and stands among j ,m,rous explosions aboard the ship are
secure him pardon rather thar. take I
this method lie has seen fit to take
.Markers for Graves,
More appropriate (diservance of
Mfiuorial !)a' b' the Legion will be
ir:en by the local post tnls year tnan
ever been given heretofore.
itod discussiuii as to the form th.s ob
servance should take brought out
many ideas of stiffcient merit that the
best iti I'll the siigKestlons will be em
bodied ia the day's ceremonies. A pa
rage in which all patriotic and sim
ilar organizations will be invited to
conperaie special speeches, the firing
of a volley at the cemetery and the
y iiiiKtin of talis were some of the
features planned last nijrht.
Tlie grne ul every veteran of the
late war who rests iii the local ceme
tery will be designated by a special
iron market which will bo purchased
iiy the post ami secured n time to be
placed as a oart
liberation Da v.
of the ceremony on
n tunole suo'dy of
flowera will also be secured by the
ri'ng Sipiadi-on Coming.
nncuecenicnt w as made of the ap-;
preaching visit of the stale officers of
til.- I.eition and army officers who w ill 1
arri'.e here Thursday afternoon in an i
i !. i plane to visit I'endleton. Dis-j
i charred vi tennis of the army are org-'
' ed to have their discharges at the
I county library clubrooais at S o'clock
i w hen pi'csen'ulhol of the I". S. v:ctory
j medals and victory buttons will be
! made. Ti.Iks are also to be made bv
made m each school bu:l
die, on n the Friday a I '
ldiniT in l'en-
Meniorial Day. The speeches
will probably be made by service men
who ivi l" in act!on ov -rscas and will
be of a nature to stinr'late oatriot'-ni
at.d rcvcrei-cc for tlv; Hag. Coopei-i-tion
with the Commercial Association
in doing excrylhlng possible to make
tin state ei, ca nii'nient of the G. A. R.
.1 sllec'ss was ph tlc-d by the I.ph'hii.
A committee was also appointed to oo
! operate w ith the Flks in oil effort to
's'M-ur. Co!. Chirhs W. Kurlong to le
liver his lecture on ''Amerieaniftition."
who demanded increased wages while
Itcrnatlonal Paper Company.
T. H. NEWBERRY CASE
in. Effort Will be Maie byjGOOD SPIRIT TOWARDS
Auto Manufacturer to Keep
Newberry Out of Senate.
V..HI.;T0.V. Slay 3. U !'.)
j .Vo nTurt will he mailo liy Henr Ford
I to Mti-veiil Truinnn H. Newberry from
I l.'ikin ' his neat in the nenaie. hut Ford :
ihMsU! upon the aenate continuinK the
ln eBtigation. Alfred Iucukl-iif, chief
attorney for the atuuiiiobiie manufac
LA GRANDE JOBLESS
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ALIEN ROAD LABOR
l.A CliANDK Hay 3. More .than
!i"ii unemployed took part in a dem
onstration in protest against the hir
ing of aliens on state highway work
here Saturday niuht. l.anners an
nounrnig th-it they were Americans
and must work or starve were carried
!y the Jobless.
The pretest parade followed an In
vesliiiat'on hy labor leaden Into con
ditions in the highway camps west of
the city, who reported that many for
eigners were at work and that Amer
icans had not been given an opportu
nity to hid on sub-contracts, ulthough
the contractors have alleged that no
discrimination has been made. The
d,.nifirlKtrati(n Wits rdf.rv.
.,tt Ked Cross headquarters here It
W' s announced today that none of the
ii.eu v Lose families have been receiv
ii ir ai l because of unemployment had
been nut to work at the hiehwav !
ra.ii'ps so far as could he learned.
Of Most I
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Structure Forms One
Impressive Features of Chi-1'
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cago s uowmown juae rom
CHICAGO, May 3. (A. I'.) The
Kreat marble home of the Field Mu-!
seum of National History which has .
tho four leading scientific Institutions I
of the world, readily accessible to the I
Hitherto the Field Museum has beer
located in Jackson I'ark in the old
Fine Arts Uuilding of the Chicago
World's Fair, which gave the museum
birth. The new building follows the
plan of the old.
It has taken seven months- to move
the collection from the sonthside to
dr.-wntown. Spur railroad lines are es-
tablished frcm tho two buildings to a i
railroad line and in addition motor I
ears were used. A year was assigned
for the task and its completion in five
months less is reearded by the museum
staff as a remarkable achievement.
The job made the longest "moving
day" the ea has yet seen.
There is nothing comparable to the
museum's display of the world's ani
mals grouped in their natural habitat,
according to museum officials, while
also in botany no other institution is in
the same class. lis collections of
np-teorites and of Chinese archeology
are held to be without parallel.
The museum was pi. .lined toward
the close of IS'JS to commemorate the
World s Fair of that enr. Marshall
Field, a ChioaiM merchant, insured the
success of tiie project with a subscrip
tion of $1.11110,(111(1 and the museum
took its name from its chief donor.
Mr. Field cave subsei lent financial
suppoit durirg his life time and in his
will lo't l.iiaii.iMMi for a building fund
end S 1 .(I'ui.iUMt for endownnicnt. Th.
o bad its nucleus In a great
many of ihe fair exhibits.
NI-:" YORK, May 3. 1 1". P.I
The resignation nf James A. Stillnian
as president of the National City bank
has been accepted, it is announced,
t'haras K. Mitchell, president of the
National Citv company was elected to i
succeed hint. Mr. Stillnian's resigna
tion ":' first offered seeral weeks
ago ut was refunded at that time.
Ileal oigs in the divorce suit in which
be ami his vile aru suing each other
are to be resuuied tnnn rtiiw.
Ml MORI I, TO llFtiOKS.
VICTORIA. H. C May 3. Km pi re
Avenue is to be laid out as a memorial
Victoria men who lost their
lives in the World war. Names of the
men nre being gathered by the Victo-
r.a Cliainber of Commerce.
' RESIGNS FROM BANK
r LliuLL I Uli uinimi LiiiLw
AT HERMISTON TODAY
(K ist ( regonian Hpeclal.)
IIKUMIHTON", May 3 Oood
feeling between the Hermlston
country und I'endleton was man
ifest at the regular luncheon by
the Hermlston Commercial
club today at which a delegation
from the Pendleton Commercial
association were guests of hon
i r. About 50 attended tho
luncheon which was presided
by li. P. podd. George Hart
man discussed the subject of de
veloping the Umatilla raplda and
talus were made by other visit
ors, including J. H. Sturgls, ('.
I Unrr, .1. It. Tin ley. Dr. M. S.
Kern and H. L Kuck
Smoke Belches From Hold and
Flames Spurt Fitfully Ac
cording to Radio Information
SKATTLR May 3. ft'. I'.) The
d hull of the Tokuyo Jiaru,
still afloat off the Oregon coast, is a
menece to navtyition. Smoke is still
belching frcm the hold and flames'
f;tr..lt TUi Infnrrr.fl-
t.on was received by a radio from the
S-andaid Oil tanker Charley Watson, j
wh'ch reported sitjhtins the hull. !
m,,..ui. iho rioforH w th the sur-
vivors of the Tokyuyo Maru are ex-
i Lil.H I., .rrlva hppp tnnieht. .Ne'ln- .
er the naval radio nor the narncr ue-
i partment wireless are able to get in I
,J; ih. transnort this i
afternoon. The Buford i known how-
ver to h In wireless commtralcs-
tW with San Francisco and makins
t ... ..-i.v. Tv.. U- in lvalsha.
' (lf the burned' vessel, for care
",r i "
f,. i.'iiuiHiiw Itimo.
I PORTLAND. May 3.W. F.) The
"Tokuyo Maru was a floating- bomb."
This assertion was made by the ship
ping men, following a
cheek of the
I'HsseivTcrs Are Traii'Terrc-cl.
PORTLAND, May 3. (A. P.)
Some of the Tokuyo survivors were
transferred to the cutter Pnohom'sh
headed for Aberdeen. A Marshfield
wireless said the tug was standing by
the Tokuyo today and may not be a
Four CHIdren Injured,
NORTH HEAD, Wash., May 3 (F. j
Four children are among tne -i
inJ,-,.d persons from the Tokuyo Ma-
rll disaster, according to a radio from i
te Durford steaming north with the (lon t0(, ,he sen.lt(. irrKatlon and rec
survlvors. All aboard the burned j i.111)ation committee. Uluine. a Seattle
steamer were Japanese. ; man, urged a prompt action on the
M.VKIM-: STK1UK I.H)IS IIOl'I'l'l'I. j
WASHINGTON. May 3. (U. P.) '
The marine strike sitnat'.-n "looked i
hopeful." .Secretary of Commerce Hon- ,
ver and Secretary of Labor Davis
i ui the cabinet meeting today.
ST I VI'.T KF.CKIVKS NOMINATION, j
WASHINGTON. May :!. William S. '
Stuart of Michigan, assistant director j
of tlie census, has been nomina'ed Iiy i
the president as director of the con-1
16 VESSELS TIED UP
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3. (V
Sixteen vessels are tied up by the
seamons strike, an increase of five
overnight. In each ease the crews
walked out after refusing to sign for
lllCr oaC ,tl I . l-ei.vio. .v -
of men out at I - .
; pliucd the numbi
EXPENDITURES MUST BE
WASH INGTi i.V May 3 (Raymond
Clapper, r. P. S'.-iff Corresiiondent. j
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members of his cabinet that they nvist
keep the:r expenditures within the i
amount appropriated by congress for;
, their departments.
P.ITI FI! Kl MAINS .
PORT LAN D. May J.-tA.
Cattle and sheep are steady. Hogs
tare weak and butter is steady.
Fervor of 1914 is Reawakened
as Soldiers Gather for Trans-.
portation to German Border.
130,000 TROOPS ARE
INDUCTED INTO SERVICE
In Event England Refuses to
Make Naval Demonstration
France Prepared for Action.
PARIS, May S. (Webb Miller. tX.
P. Staff Correspondent.) The French
troops swept toward the Rhine. The
fervor of 1U -was reawakened as the
soldiers gathered everywhere for
transportation to the German border
under the new mobilization oder,
ready for a quick dash Into the Ruhr
valley. The class of 191 was called
and 130,000 troops were Inducted Into
the service. France Is also prepared
for naval action.
A force of mining engineers formed
at Mayence. A divWon of cavalry un
der General Simon will meet them at
Dusseldorf and escort them into the
Ruhr Valley. The armies of occupa
tion are mobilizing tinder the com
mand of General De Goutte, com
manding the Dusseldorf area. In the
event Great Britain refuses to mske
a naval demonstration off Germany,
the French Mediterranean squadron
will be dispatched to the Important
ports. Vice Admiral Iuviiaroux win
command the French blockade unless
the British participate, when one of
their officers will be assigned to com-
mana. a nami mouni-u ........
ped to follow the conference in
Ixindon today between Admiral Graa-
eei mm riu..r.
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U'NWX. May 3. (I . P.)-
Hied supreme council approved the
rft of tfie mwetre invitinir the tnU, . .
. ed Mates to participate in the coun-
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land conference of allied ambassadors,
lit has been learned from a French
ES FOR T!
Action on the Measnre.
WASHINGTON, May S. (V. F.)
'Jreat areas in the west will be turned
into farms, liroviding homes and era-
pioy,nent for thousands, if the McNary
,.ur,,.,illn hill is aouroved bv con-
j,. Secretary K. F. Blaine of the
-.- .' ,..,,, reclamation associa
Three hundred Dokkies will take
part in the O. O. K. K. ceremonies to
be held here on W ednesday, May 4.
when members of the order from the
oasis of I-a Grande will niako an of
I'ical visit to Pendleton.
Tne I'okkie band will present a high
class concert at the high school audi
torium at 4:1 j. which will be compll-
J mentitry to the public. Musicians In
I this band are from the various towns
i from Poise, Idaho, to Pendleton, as
j Kahalad Temple is made up of mem
i bers of the I). O. K. K. in Kastern Ore
i gon and Western Idaho. Professor
I Hater, of !- Grande, is tho director.
' Following the conceit, a grand pu
I rade will be held at 6 p. m.. followed
o. u Uiiii'litvi .i. r...n "-.." 'v. ion ii i.e.,..
I.ilter a large ck.ss oi lyros win oe un
;tiaied. The Iji Grande team, one of
I the most excellent teams in tho region,
i will put on the work,
j A large number of AValla AValla Al
Hindi Temple Dokkies are expected to
attend the ceremonies here.
WILL VISIT PACIFIC NORTH-
IWEST SOMETIME IN
WASHINGTON', May J. (I
I Vice President CoolldKe announced
that he intends tu visit tho Pacific
coast m June. President llardlntf
hopes to make a similar trip later,
but his plans will depend entirely up
on the early adjournment of congress.