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EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1921.
ULI VI1L UU 1U ILUU
Republican and Democratic
Senators Open Debate on the
Emergency Tariff Bill.
ARE TO BE POSTPONED
Harding Wins Consent of House
Leaders to Delay Action on
Bill Now Pending in Congress
WASHIXOTOX, May 4 (V. J". I
In 111 holme the Herxdoll (ommitlee
from questioned Samuel Ansell, one I
nf HerKilnir attorney. The Imnklnxl
committee considered a bill iibollshlm;
the olflce of comptroller of currency.
IlcarliiKR on the pucker i-rit i tl leuis
l.itlon continued before the ways nnd
means committee. Tin' naviil uffaiis
committee considered a bulslntlve
r"Kiain for the session. In the sen
ate. Mefumber. republican, ami
Simmons, B democrat, opened a debute
on the imcrifency tarilf MM.
Omfrreni'O Is fulled rf
WAHin.V;T X. May 4 (Iliiymnnd
Tlupppr, L'. I". Staff t'irip-!i"mh'iil.i
1'residcnt Hardimr won the" consent
of house leaders to delay action on Hie
disarmament proposals now pending in
congress. The proponed henrinas on
the lingers' resolution for Intel natlon
nl disarmament conference will be
called off nit a result of an agreement
between the pietiiKnl and sponsor if
the resolution, who will make no at-
tempt to posh it nnitl tin
dil ates lie Is ready.
pii indent In-
in inn I
Itoth May and July
In the Chicago (Ira'n
May wheat closing at
$1,311 and July
f,ie when! etosintr
at $1.42 ' and
July at $1.12.
e-.hi... ih. ..oolnllioK. received
bv Overbeck & Cooke, local brokers:
fllien High Ixiw Close
t 4US 144 I.M
1.13 1.13 l.im 1 .".;
.ddii ,oi4 .r.!(i M
.63 .63', .lil '4 1V4
Wheat The only strenulh shown in
the market today was at the opening
ufter which huyinn petenil out and
prices turned rapidly on scattered
Mdllim by Ioiiks and hy cash houses
against purchases in the country. The
latter was the outstanding feature as
fiubstnntlBted the numerous advices to
the effect that country was more dis
posed to sell wher.t to arrive than for
some time. Some export d nian.l was
reported lint volume closed was not
liirKo enoimht to be significant factor
nnd failed to offset repealed advices
that the fnlted Klimdom Is ruucelllna
purchases made previously. The Ca
nadian situation aKain came Into
prominence when messaues from Win
nipen reported cash wheal pros: inn
for anle with demand apparently sat
isfied and premiums lower. The
weather map this n. m. wns niore f.iv
ornble for the eroii as well for Ihe
roads to haul grain to country stations.
The Increased country selllnt: in our
opinion miKKests a ' lower market as
domestic milling Interests Rie not buy.
Inir at any extent nnd exporters who
have tho futures Wought will un
doubtedly sell out as they find it
easier to secure the Cash wheat.
Cash Wheal Market
1 Hard White $1-34
1 Koft White i.4
1 White Club 1 34
1 Hiird Winter 1.31
1 North Hprimr 1:12
1 Red "Walla Walla .... 1-3 2
HiR Bond ' ,-38
Reported hy Major I.eo Moorhouse,
weather observer, .
Barometer, 29. to.
JUDGE TO I )E VOTE TIME T( ) POSITION
AS 1 USE! J ALL HIGH COMMISSIONER'
PHOTO OF SUNDOWN RIDINGl
'ANGEL' IS DESIRED FOR'
I t ,.
LET ER BUCK' BOOK
Anyone who bus a poKtcurd
picture of J;if-;,xoii Sundown,
famous Indian Inu l a run, ridinir
"Anr.cl" an he was snapped iin,
iirlnted hy W. H. Hownian whi n
he I'ode here at the llnund-rp
n few e'ir.H uKO e.ili he of nssist-
nine ii I'eiidleton and the
Ibinnd-I'p l v iicitiim the picture
to Hie office or Ihe i:al ore.
Ionian I h'H aftenioon or as
(lliekK- aH possible.
The picture is desired hy Col.
Charles V. Kiirloinr who waclK
the pict ue itunifiiiately an an
llliiairalioii for h m hook. ".t wr
Hock." 'I ao I picturr-M of
the ridcn weto taken hy Iicw-
nutti, hut the picture Col Furlong
de.trcji Ik the ine In which Hun-
down in moving away from the
camera, 1,1m hat faiininif the air.
1 he aceiie (m :l graphic ill'i.,-
Iratioii of u cliRniplonrhip ride,
t It wok pn'illKhed on the front
pitKe of the Kant (rei?onian dur-
h'R l!ound-rp. hut t'ol. KurloiiK
haw heen unahle to locale a copy.
The picture will he returned to
the doner If desired.
iiran.ship Sjinta Alii i.
c:hi o for Keattie is aground and In dis
tress, off the Mm rov hi one 1'
Tort Townsend, acrornmi?
A f?T . I i 1 A . May 4 1 1 ' . V. )-- The
Sant!i Alii la p;iffed the mouth of the'
I ridumhta northbound yesterday. Th
Tuiinyo Maru, which burned un.l
Ocw Is ot ill Haniri r.
S FI!A.Wli;o. May 2 (I
--Irouoie Willi the steering i:
cmeen me 1-.10..1 nia.i in I oil hbiooiio
at Marrowstone i'oint, according lo
the marine ill partnient i( liie Sai'
Francisco chamber of coninu rcc. Ad
vices ?ave tiie impression the crew is
I'" ' " ., ,. ,
I ' ' Imbters would
j drawn alongside and the caro taken
off. nfler which Mle could be floated,
i The Santa Alic a had aboard 3'nifi tons
i of ore for smel'eis. I'p to noon ihe
'offices of W. It. Ilrace & Co., owners.
bad received no details of the acci
dent. Twenty-oittht men are aboard.
Captain (loirc I,. Ilammar is com
niandin;;. TXniANAmiJS. Mm I. ( 1. V
The printe's strike, involving about
4 0 nn men In varioiiM parts of the coun
try i 'vvnnlnjr. the men are slowly re
turning to work, according to .tohn
MrFarUmd, president of the Intetna
t tetial TypoKi aphieal union. Tele
pianiH received at union heatbpiart irs
Indicate 1 hat many employer hn-i
planted the strikers demands. MeFai'
land prndieted that half the im-n out
will he buck at work within a week.
Jury in the t
the I 7 year i
ern Trust o
, May 4. (I. 1-The ;
are of William 1 l.ill mi. !
dd employe of the North- j
unpiiny, who Walked out
of Ibe lunik Willi
bonds, reported a
s'nee 1 p. in. Tne
TS.iHIO In l.:l;ei-tyj
'I'bey bad been out j
sday. It is under- !
si i oil thai the
j .i i-v- was evenly di-.'
STILLMAN TRIES TO
XKW YORK, May 4.--IA. P.l
,' i-es A, Slilliiinn. w ho yester-!ay re-j
signed the presidency of the .National
i i Pan!;, todnv resinned lit secret i
healings, his fight for divorce. Several!
l leilcli I'unadians from Three Rivers,
VJuebec, the site of the Stlllinan sum-j
mer camp, were here. It was said,
Sli il 1111 ii would produce testimony I
supporting the contention bis wife'
was the mother of a male child by the
former Indian servant and guide. Fled !
l eauvais. In addition il wan R4itl fur-1
tiler chaiRes of alleged misconduct
wo .Id be preferred against Mrs, Still-j
num. It w as announced thai Mrs. i
Si!!ni:in's w ilncrs as lo charges of In- !
fidelity against ber Inisl'uinl would be
Knew He Woufd
Give Up Bench; Would Not
Quit Under Fire.
CHICAGO, May 4. (A. P.)
Judge La n i.l is denied that he;
has resiKneil to devote his time
to the baseball commissioner-;
rittCA(U), M;y !.- J ii1
j K'-niis;iw Mrtimtnin Ijimlin will k'vo up
i his job jih JihIkc of tli" F'(b r:il rmrt
j In ftnliT to t!r vote ii h n lime to his
J position as ha rr hail hijih ccmniiwslf'ii
i tr. Mis I'fHixiiiit ion, h-khiI.ii t in
j dU'Hlif'iit, will tal:e ff fc t In Jinn. :
has l(n ho-n known ninniiif ijindiM
j fiifnM th:it hf wotihl up ihe
In in h. S'inrr th ntt:. : 1; w,tM m;oh.
; up' n liitn in cmvivwH Ixrausr hf held
two poK(l(iiK, thf j! i -'f has p'.'i'ifif.'
to mum itit roiiri. mp would not nun
however, and would riot I inand before Rtibtnittiuf,' to any furth
the lrnpe:u huient pio-' t-r invasion, it Is believed In well in-
STEEL WORKERS TAKE
REDUCTION OF WAGES :
OAKY, In.l., May I . 1 1 ". I i The
steel tow n, pinched hy hard tuni-s. ai -cepis
a Ha per cent cot iiih hardl' a
nicrini-r. Employes who pai ticii'atej
in pa'clu'd battles of Die steel war of
Jills were docile toIay wilt n notified
ii- tho foremon that ti.e pay envi-iopes
would contain oiie-f.tth has, atari. n:
Mav i.-.th. !
SSIEK REFUSES 10
carpenters, electricians, plumbers.
CA MSdO Tfl n'l I t irN ' iwin'crs. cement worker, bri klavirs,
I.l tA J I IVUuUft'l'S-fe'-S W- "M;,-AJe.-.i..
UuiUilU 1U U.L UlillX, i.liisierem .nnd lalh.-rs. '
Lillian Exjiair.3 That Her
'Health is Poorly aad I Ain't
No Hand to Talk Nohow.'
DALLAS, Tex.t May 4. (Harry C
Caybu, r. I. .Staff ( 'orrespoidi-nt. ) -A
r.eiLTe.vS sat in a ttiml-ie down slutc!
in the negro ouarter tod:;y and stoical
ly rt Ti .M'! to et exeited over the bat
tle iiiolvtnu millions that the attor-n-
s are now waging about h'i' i laim
to oil lauds, Lillie Taylor, the lie
gress epi tiuvd to the newvpaj ernieu
that bet "health is pfiorh1 and I ain't
no gi at hand to talk, nohow." Pin
meivlv shrucgeo her rhouhb'i .s whei
Infornn r that the Loittslruia jupremt
eoiirl uad upheld ber title to tlie oil
fields uiar Homer wliieh hid already
produced almost JfWMitt.fniit. The sum
ln'iiiliu'4 in the eirt nil court of appeah
in New oriesin, will completi1 the es
;tablishment of her title if si e wiiif
j the law et s .a id, a ml will pro!ahl
' make her the richest n egress In t h
WASHlNHTti.V. .May 4.
W'illi tin- dill' fem es over v
ih mi.s practically ad.iu.-len,
com i uvit- .v thl eatcned lo
kins con- i
lef at the j 4
rffoin lo mediate the scumer strike.
Men ar'' holdiim o it against the wav;.1
reduiti'ii. S'h;p owners and shipping
i'oi.rtl also rel'iiM' lo iold.
Sp"wr"'"7e! '"?r"3-'J.T5: T-wr
J .J vV - ' K
I I' i , ' f , X.
V i "' ' . i'iwi-;. , . : V
I Slr v-V s-vAiX
V ' , v ' V V
r f ., ' ,v ;
Va- n hh first visit to ttie Atlantic ltit. April -.
MajfloWir, from which they wutchw!tuo icview.
II IS BELIEVED
GERMANY WILL i
Germany Will Yield to Indem-
nity Demands Before Sub
mitting to Further Invasion.
N OTHERS WILL
Capitalists Are Among Those
Determined to Refuse to Pay
According to Faction Leader.
JtKUMNt Hay 4. -(Carl I). Groat,
I. I. Staff Correspondent.) Ocrmany
will yMd to th al!U'.l indemnity d
formed circles. If the pieKent K'Jern-
ment will not mmi. a diacfiimuil will
be found which will siun. 1 hero were
numerous declarations that Cermanv
will reject the demand
ti ,1..,., ,wl. '...i.iiiu,u
are niiioni? those determined to refuse
to pay, according to the utiitcde, of
Hugo fitinnes, recoqnizeii as the real
li ader of th.s faction.
BUILDING TRADES AT
WALLA WALLA VOTE TO
CUT WAGES AND FIGHT
WALLA WALLA, ;.iay 4. Members
t'f tlie buildmp trades, at a mans meet
''ai'. at the la'Hir temple !avt nis
. o!,ed to take a ten per cent Aae nit j
01 (ud"r to compete -with the contract-
orp of the city who have Ween opposing j
them. Trades reprtsenu--. .-ere the 1
This cut, it was explained, was n"i :
-ii pi i in. t the nii-ii to wci :t Tor tlie con- i
tractors who are fiKhtnm them, at tne j
wums tlie contractors want to pay, 1-ut '
u. u-nt tlie contractors. !
WILL VISIT PENDLETON
THURSDAY, MAY 5TH;;,lft ""
Not more than !ii p-r cent. of
the membership of the American
I.eKion in Pendleton and the sr
roondinij territory has receivt d
ittiry medals given by the t?ov
ernnu nt to veterans of ihe late
war, necordinii to an approxi
mate estimate made by IVrry
Idleman. commander of the I'cn
ilicton pi s;.
"I doubt wheiher that many
have talien adantapre. of the
chance to pel their medals,'
lolcman said this morning.
To th c men w-ho have so far
failed to secure their me.l.tb
excellent opportunity will be
afforded Thursday nirht when
the "flying sipiadron'" will come
to Pendleton. Presemutio.i of
discharges is all that will be
necessary to pi-; the . ni' dais.
Men who .'-aw service in the
at my nhould have the discharges
on baud at s o'clock at the
county library elu brooms where
the meeting is to bo held.
The provisions of the service
men's bonus will also be discuss
ed al the lilceliil';. it is expect-'d
that ex-service r.ion will tern o .t
in lnr;i' numbei s a! the mee:tua.
FIRST PICTURE HARDING REVIEWING FLEET
fiuhtinff craft nrofhnwn passint; in review before l'reident Ttardmc oti Ihimpton Uonds,
liiM'tt, 1'iOiider.t .nd .it--. Hardmc on tli deek cf the
FRENCH TROOPS CLASH
WITH POLISH ARMY IN
UPPER SILESIA DISTRICT
Fray is Over Rumor That Only
2 Districts Were Given Poland
as Result of Plebescite.
i-A i :is.
Jlay 4 (A. P.) The
j Krench fcovcninicnt warned the I'oli.sh
I vo eriilocoL of fcrave cone-Ueli' o
1 liUely lo rowtilt from the 1'oltsh upri.s-
pufteil in this reuinn over
'lljc alli'-d dpcLsion Kiting I'oland oniy
! two d.HU-jr;,s tluie aH a rt-Miilt of the
n-cem plehclt. A i:iinine strike is
jalHo in proKress. Krench troopH of
i o'-oupation have Hashed with the I'ol
; ish inHurpt-nts. The insiirentK blew
up the brulm'S between Itrenlau and
i iSiiesian nulling rcRrons, rutting com
munk'aLon.-t with (iermany. The
I French ini'uiilry with tanks micreednd
; in Hearing lieulhen and Kattowitz of
! thr rioters.
Sownli'i ii ,rc Killed.
j M:iU,!X, .May 4. (l. I'.) Seven
i teen wen- kille.l tit Antonicnhnette in
1 "' "'. " ' ""
I ''' "Hns; to reports. The district in
'. sal1 hliVe '"en 1uiMd hy 1,alian
' oimim. '.oo .Kuuereci M)rne i-auaoiew.
The disturuan!'i yrew out of false re
ports that certain portions of l.'pper
Silesia had been awarded to I'oland
by the allied supreme council.
Wltl STLKIES IHtAW
T O RTLA XI), M ay 4 , ( A. P. )
Mike titel of S;ilt I-ako City and Ted
Thye f rortlam1., wrefth i rwo hours
to a diaw Ja.st niuht.
TO THEIR NATIVE SOIL
nit ffti t (-jrt fp I ( II 'rJ
j M I ftj I M'I)o
. ..Ul t ..UilJU.UL UlnlU
May 5th is Mexicatf Independ-1
ence Day and Cantu Cause '
Will DC actively Launched,
PAN DiHGO, May 4. !'. 1'.) Am
encan residents of T:a Juaua. Mexico,
plan to be on American soil tomorrow,
"Cinco do Mayo" I.May a) because of
pined start of the revoltion
t-ut"!.:iii I'Tinin f,.r liriwolfiil
f Mexico. A small military force
J that is in the new Harrisons lit Tn
i J'.-ana are pr.-pnrin? for tiou.de. Clnco
Ie Mayo is the Mexican independence
day. It is reported that the rnntu
taus? -will be ai lively launched In
various parts of the republic.
I F.I IN WIIKAT HAMil.INf;
WIXXIPBG. Manitoba, May 4.
P. i Fort William and Port Arthui
lead all points on the American con
tinciu in ibe amount of wheat hanilie 1
in ll'a. according to a. report issued
by the Grain Oommisstoner.
1 POLICE OFFICER KILLED.
Keineis killed a police .
wounded another, in an
lake th"-'!- coll. ague. Vrar.
from cuslody. Seiners
transr'irred from ilu i-ourt
f fieor and
v So niers.
to the jail
I in a lieavily-puarded
j when the Sum Fe.nrr,
j veane". An -inpei te
r'ished the eon
w as Killed and
UiS AN'0KM:H, May 4. (I.
. The ila of da in here for
Itev. Jainex I jew- i h" hand of
dnsky eastle hiiililerx. liown at
lemunal Inland ris are in readi
ness for the launching of the
"Ark", a iiieer-Hhapeil hulk of
wood and etnient. which is to
slide into the wateis of the Paci
fic to enihark on a voyaee to the.
Rolden shores of Africa. Rev.
lewi.s, nkiier, ky-pilot, and a
modern Noah, is buny offering
final words of cncouranenient to
the sroup of misKiimarien and
rpeakinir in glowing words rf
the Kiat hlesslnss awaiting on
thn distant coast. It onrt llft.
oai) to build the vessel. Nautical
experts say it will not float.
Icwis voh ed his disapproval of
recent newspaper storieB hinting
that he had employed Ponii
like methods to ratae funds for
' MANILA. May 4. (A. P.) Ninety
Moron, including Maharrjah L'ntonga,
a religious fanatic leader, were killed
Sunday by a detachment of Philippine
constabulary in an engagement neai
Taglibi, on the Island of S'tilu, accord
ing to advices received here tuday.
VOONS1IINKHS ADOPT HUiS
TACOMA. Wash., May t. ( A. I'.).
."-hops m lacmia wnicn ten i
j have adopted a uniform sign for
. window, a cr-nt mjtfl
.for -'moonshine." according to
Shops in Taccma which sell ininor
."hoc maki r. commissioner of luiniic
M'Th5,, h0rew.ent moon, it is thought,
ma' bf-"me u u,e IUMt ,uiu"r l,uT
ness, wnai ine sirtpeu poo is 10 mr
Raids made dally by Taeoma police.
Mr. Shoemaker said recently , are
cu.is.nif t I . j
the:r sinks daily Ini'ior worth at cur-
tint Tiriei-w more than JTaO. The loss, i
! he thinks, is so expensive that their
' business no longer pays profits and
; many are closing the shops.
IIAUVKY I.KAVKS Xt KXfiKWIH
XKW YORK, May 4 (A. P.)
George Hhrvcy, new ambassador to
Great Britain, sailed yesterday for
Southampton. Ho was accompanied
by Mrs. Harvey and his secretary.
i TONIC PILLS PROVED
DEADLY FOR WOMAN
l-os ANV.KLF.S, May 4. it". P.'
The mystery surrounding the-death of j
Miss Marie Vance from nicotine pois
oning deepened with the announce
ment that a chemical analysis of white j
pills administered to b.-r durinsr her.
illness contained a poison other than ;
nicotine. Thi pills, according to the j
city chemist, contained no a'kaloid i
poisoning: such as was found in her j
organs at the autopsy at Ohicasn. I
While ostensible a "tonic- in nature,'
the pills were really deadly in their ,
j WASHIXtlTO.V, May tl". P.)
' Austria, foiled in her attempt to jeet
out of Chancery via the receivership
route, now proposes to turn ovar her
j industries to foreigners, providing
i they will come in and ran them, a con
I sular repirt to the state department
reveals. The Vienna government has
' decreed that Ausiriati corporations
entire htiness te
; ment liuild'ci;
iroiiiihoi't 1 h
in of home
is finning to
ni! tl Staf.-s.
in;; to a st it nn nt hy the fedeial re-
ser e loattl.
A ti'tl'i, te
he a ci-itam
n hi t'f of rnts will
vcsmH from n lief in t he
taiie. of'jiMals s;i?d. This
des not mean t hat rents will drop
immediutel. The nation is now five
pears behind its norm.il hu-tdim; pro-j-rram,
beimr approximately ti million
.:gul U HU.titer dwtliiUKS .shuit.
OF ALLIES TO
Supreme Council Demands That
Germany Pay $33,750,000,
000 to the Allied Countries.
BILL OF WAR LIABILITIES -IS
TO BE SENT TO BERLIN
Simultaneously They Will Send
Another Part of Plan Which
Can be Accepted or Not.
LO.VDOX, May 4. (Ed I Keen,
C. I. Htaff Correspondent.) The 0.1-
I lies are prepared to submit a final
! proposal to (Sermany for aettlement of
i tlie world war. With the demand that
i Germany pay 33. 750, 000,000 to th
'allied couhtrlea, the supreme council
! notified Kerllu that the penalties are
to be exacted If the terms are unac
cepted hy midnight of a certain day,
believed to be May 12th.
t oukl Tay hy Bond Issoe
The supreme council's note, pro
vidin for the payment of the debt hy
boiol issues and exacting an export
tax, was to be transmitted to Berlin
by the allied reparations commission
which conferred with the Bupreme
council today. It was reported that
Germany had submitted a new offer
approximating the allied demands.
This is denied by the foreign office.
The report is characterized as a "Ger
Itill Vrnp!'o With Hoaiv Treaty. '
LONDON. May 4. (A. P.) The re
parations commission will senj the
Germtn Rovernment on Friday a. bill
of liabilities, strictly in compliance
w-ith the piace treaty. Simultaneous
'y the allied jcorernraenW : will -send -
anotln r pnrt of the plan as a modifi
cation of the treaty favorable to Ger
many, which she can accept or not.
Official Statement Made.
WASHINGTON. May 4. (A. P.)
An official statement of the American
position on the Invitation to have tn
American representative on the kii-
preme council will be made when It is
; .. . . , .
I ..,.., 11.- rr.A:i-o,1 h.-a
- LISTED BY MISTAKE -
XKW YORK, May 4.- (V. P.)
Oistriet Attorney Iroy Hohs has sub
mittid to Keileral Judgo Chatfield a
lii-t of 106 names of alleged draft
slackers, whose indictments are asked
to be quashed. Hoss admitted the
names were listed by mistake.
wOOO KOadS Committee Appeals
to County Court for Help on
Cabbage Hill Improvement.
(,'ooperation of the Ad Club of 1a
Grande and the Pendleton Commercial
.AsRoctiitiou in effortu to aecure im
provement of the Cab haye Xitl! road is
beiuar practiced hy both organisation,
their activitte taking the form ot ap
peals to their respective county court
Tor is.sistanc- in jscttint tho road In as,
gootl condition as jionKthle. ... r
A letter has heen received from the
U tlr-unle ortcaniiuitlou in yhlch the
invitation of the local body to aaaitft In
the worK from the L'nion county enU
of the roud was accepted, and the
promise was made that every effort
i would he made to improve the rou
fiom iii Grande tu the L'maulla, coun-
j ty line.
j Ihe mnd roads committee of th-
ui.mercial Arsocialion appeared be
fore the county court thir mornina'
and reouested action mid ansit4nce aa
(iii'kly ay poaenldw. The committee.
Iavld H. Nelaon, chairman,
J. V. Maloney, Jamen E-
test. C. 11 .Marh and C. K. Penland.
j It was stated nt tho county court
I this riorr-inK that n.emhprH of that
body will make a trip over the t'ub-
baue ilili roud tomorrow lu com puny
! of the coi.nt roadmaHter and that an
j :mpccuon of tho road will he made.
loo m nc iouuid an lmjivveniefit cf
preseiit con d It ionn.
No M WVl tt lAVC
CLKVblhAM), May 4 -
There is no danger now
namial troublo, V. P.
uovernur of thn fed-rul
told tho forirfti tratle