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VOL33 pfjftiX EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 9, 1921. '
GERMAN PRIME 'If H. BinER FIGHTING j JTT' i !
MINISTERS ARE f. i. f.;
CALLED TO BERLIN uniM ,hlr;mrfM--- UPPER SILESIA , 'v,W . v
Representatives From All Ger
man States Are Summoned to '
Discuss Reparations Terms.
NEW CABINET WILL SUBMIT
TO DECISION OF MEETING
Will be ' Ap
nERLIN. May 9 (Cirl P. r.nint. I'.
P. Staff Correspondent.) Primp mln
iBtem from all tho German Ktatcn were
summoned to flerlln to deliberate over
the allied reparations tonus. It was
Indicated that the conferences deci
Ion on the rejection or acceptance of
the ultlmutiim would In- followed out
by tho new cabinet which Is n"v being
Think firrmaim Will Aixvpt
RKRLIN, May 9. (A. I'.) Senti
ment In (iernian political circled show
ed the drift today to he In favor nf
agreeing to the nllleil reparations
ternia. It 111 believed a parliamentary
coalition which will accept the allied
ultimatum will be constituted within
JI DfiF. HAS NO Al THOItlTY.
DENVER, May 9. (IV P.) The
"buck" wan again paved In the rne
of Judge Hen Llndsey, sentenced to
pay $.riii" f'e for contempt of court,
when Judge Warren Maggot of the
criminal court Mated he had no au
thority to move execution of the sen
tence. n requested by the district at
torney. Thin puts It up to the latter
to get the execution despite the court's
refvmst to lik action.
41 DAYS FEARED LOST
BAN DIEGO, May 9. (P. P.) The
naval tug Coneslesa, m sslng for 41
day. Is feared lost with all aboard.
The Conestega carried 20 officers and
men. A report early today that she
put In at Pearl 'Hurlior, Hawaii, was
later found to be Incorrect.
FIUK ritiHTI Its HI HT:
ItliOCK IS IlKSTHOYliD
niNI'llA, Pal., May 9. Three vol
unteer riremen were Injured here euny
today when a fire wiped out the main
business section, one city block. Total
dumage Is said to bo r.'no.umi. Pann
ed by a slight brceBo the fire spread
rapidly. A rail for assistance was
sent to the Iteedly fire department.
Mail, stamps and fixtures of the post
office were saved, but the contents of
the other business houses was a com
plete loss. Defective wiling is thought
to have started the fire.
MARCH SAYS ARMY
WOULD BRING BERDOLL
. BACK AT ANY PRICE
WASHINGTON, May 9. (IV P.)
The army Is determined to get Grovel
Cleveland Hergdoll hack out of Ger
many "at any price,'' Chief of Staff
Mnrch testified before the house Herg
floll committee. March said the army,
through the state department, was vig
orously conducting nep-'tlattoiis for
Hmndoll's return. If 0 offered to re
veal, In a eecret session, 'the sleps
which are being taken.
;I1Uj AND AIR 1M1OT
AltK KlliM-TD IX I'AMi
Abeline, Texas, May 9. Miss Mar
garet Parson and a mechanic named
Carson, wero killed Sunday when an
airplane piloted by Carson fell nt the
. . ... . . , a
hv at fill liein nwie. l,riurntti i..
Locking was seriously Injured
Itepnrled by Major Lee Moorhouse,
Rnrometer, 19. BO.
NAVAL TUG MISSING
THE WEATHER j
welcomed to Meeting With- FOR 1922. NORTHWESTS T . nmJ , " I
I out Any Special Ceremony. SPQRTSMENS' TRAPSHOOT ment of Soldiers Sent to Pre-i 7 . A
IA IMS. May 9 (f. P.) America
resumed her place In I )m allied rmin
cilit when Ambassador Hugh William
K.'tt with tho ambusi-adors conference
t CJuul D'Orwiy. Wallace was wel
comed (o the in pftlinr, but without uny
special ceremony. Jules Cambon, the
French inemlier of conference, declar
ed after the session, that all the delo
gateH were delighted to nee the 1'iittcci
KtatfH again represented.
TORf-NTO, May S. IA. P.) John
Doughty who was convicted of steal
ing lliiii.oeii In victory bonds, trom
Ambrose Kmall, the m using theatrical
loan, was today sentenced to six years
ill the penitentiary. Doughty was ar
rested at Oregon City last November.
The charge that Doughty conspired to
kldr.np Small m aye be dropped for the
Works t'ndcr Assumed Niimo
OK KG ON CITY, ore., May s. (!'.
P.) iMiughty who ,-A' 41 s sentenced at
Toronto, was captured l.y a constable
I who found him working In a local pa
per null under 1111 assumed name, lie
iccoguizrd him from his picture In a
police circular. He was returned to
Canada for trial.
'WHUX, May, 9: r(LV F.i.- Four
numbers and two former members of
the crown forces lost their lives fn
Ireland In weekend disturbances. A
woman suspected of being a spy was
CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES
JUMPS FROM WINDOW
HOMK, May 9 'A. P.) Francesco
Tedesco, former minister of finance
and treasury and vice-president of the
chamber of deputies, committecd sui
cide today by Jumping frcm a window.
He was suffering from nephritis.
Amidst Regal Display Prince
Hirchito is Welcomed tc
England by Prince of Wales.
LONDON", May 9 (A. P.) The
CHpital of the Hritish empire todio
accorded Prince Hirchito, heir to the
Japanese throne, a tumultuous, wel
ci me upon his arrival for a three
week's visit. Full honors of Rtate were
accorded him. lie arrived on a special
train from Portsmouth accompanied
by tho Prince of Wales and was greet,
ed by the King, Duke of Connnught
and the Duke of York. Then at the
King's side he was driven through tho
streets, lined with cheering multitudes,
to lUicklnghnm palace.
DENTAL SOCIETY ENDS
TWO DAYS' SESSION
HELD IN THIS CITY
The two-day session of the Eastern
Oregon District Dental society, which
begnn Sunday nt'ternoon was brought
to a close this afternoon after a num
ber of Interesting talks nnd lectures
from members and guests of the so
ciety. Tho afternoon speakers were
Dr. Jants of Walla Walla who spoke
on 'Tinker Cavity rrepntation." He
tween 2 and 3 o'clock Dr. K. T In
gram talked about "Itemovable Deu
turcs." (Hher matters of technical and pro
fessional Interest were discussed dur
ing the sessions by Dr. E. P. Mossman,
Dr. M. f. Kern. Dr. Lloyd D. Idlenian
and Dr. S. A. Knlton of Walla Walla.
A baniiuet wan served to the dele
Kates nnd guests lust night 'which prov
ed a very enjoyable affair.
WASHINGTON, May 9. (A. T.)
The winter wheat crop is forecast at
i.nuo.oui) buhels more than estimated
a month a", the total production bc-
liii cst.mated at 6i9,iST,000 bushels.
DOUGHTY GFTS 6 YFARS mxr,n ,0 Rrt , From bul ma i w r . c ' ;:a a
UUUUIIII ULIJ U llniU nmt, I, here for next May we, e made i PI. A iU nrf ontw I inn M - SLjT ", ' ' 1
1 by .1. II. Kstes and C. C. .Matlock, wains MlUliy iui laiuj iiuu. - - p r ' - , ,
rflD CTCAI IfJP RflMnQ ,,,,ve t"'e" t'n'lin some or the ' v" , .,,'' i '
U J iLnLnU DUmUO S,;' '''" "f the Khoolers durhiK bus-! t . S ' t
Pendleton has been selected ns the
place for holding the annual shoot of
Ihe Northwest Sportsmen Association's
trapshoot, according to word that was
received frcm Portland Sunday even
ing, and local men make up the roster
list of officials who will serve for this
The selection of the place for the
meet and the election of officers was
made last night nt Portland at a.
business session of the delegates who
are attending the meet from points nil
over the Northwest.
The efforts of Pendleton to get the
match here for next May weie made
by .1. II. Kates and C. G. Matlock,
who have been attending some of the
sessions of the shooters during a bus
iness visit In Portland. The officers
are as follows:
loess visit In Cortland. The officers , PA P.IS, May 9. (A. r.) Tno al- I . , ? , i ,1
'resident, Fred Itmpkin.
1st vice-president, Guy H. Wyriok.
2nd Vice-president, James H. Eaten.
Tieasurer. C. G. Matlock.
CHICAGO, May ( A. P.I ljibor
leaders w;-re paid $4:i.ri(Mi to slop or
prevent labor troubles during the con- t
striinlon of the State Iake vaudeville;
theatre In 1917 and 191, George!
Trade, former municipal Judge, told i
the legislative committee investigating .
the alleged building trust. Trude was'
ij'iretary of the company building the !
theater and paid the money under or- j
dels from New York.
not; and Knr.i;p steady
POItll.AND. Mav 9. (A. P.) Cat
tle are SO cents hither. Choice steers
S and JS.75. Hogs and sheep are
steady; t8s ond Muter remain ;
SECRETARY OF LABOR
WASHINGTON, May 9.-
Itenewed efforts to settle
i lie in n nit
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uavis. ne conterrcu wim a conimiueb
rc'icscmnK toe marine eiiKiio-eisi
. u- , . !
oeiiei ilia i iniih on e oi oii.ii vims e-i.
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peeled to give htm the result of the
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referendum token by local unions on
thc proposals evolved.
ItATIIINti 4.1111, 4 I.TS
I I T1MATI M: t ll.WCil.S
NliW YOI'.K, May . Marie Pre
voNt, a fetching bathing girl of the
iiiovb-s, ran a foul of a policeman with
a tape measure ut Coney Island Pun
lay. The tioliceniiin mea.sured tho
englh of hi r (two piece) bathing sujt
ind oirered her tho alternative '
ng to the jug or changing her attiro
EMPLOYES OF ADMIRAL
LINE LAID OFF RESULT
OF SHIPPING STRIKE;
SI". TTI.K. May !'.- (I. I'.) Morel
than Admiral line employes were j
Inid off as the result of the shipping
strike. Most of those to lose their
i(y's temporarily are office employes,
according to General Manager A. F.
SALT LAKE, May 9. (!'.
Patrolman Charles Mansell was shot
nnd killed when he surprised two
Mexlcnn bandits in the Cgden Phoe
tore. 'ttu Mexicans ions in me
nioinitains. Posses tire scouring tne
country on horseback.
TO ti.UAIl I'M KS UV
UiHiYK AND lH)VIr.i
NEW ItEDKOUD. Mass., May .
"If boys and girls coming to school
with dirty faces are sent home to nas'i
thrni, why shouldn't the same rule
apply to teachers?" asked Superinten
dent Keith of public schools here.
"The answer is that It should," he
continued, anil straightway issued or
ders that -ail sehoolma'anis, young f "tl
Old, I11USI Slop Msiin( C";-iin'i u I'unii, i
IPs order also banned short skirls,
bill left its interpretation to the dis
cretion of the wearers.
noKF.i its ti hn iioxrsT.
Pl'TTE, May 9. (Is P.) Jtrs.
Frani'is Kowe went to the door to get
the morning paper and found M
weighted down with a rusty tomato
can. In the can were two diamond
rtim a ml a irtst watch. The Jewelry
was stolen from her by two masked
buifcl.ila a week ligo.
LDilM ID VlV! 'ntrol the I'oles In con.uction with V-f' " - A
i serve Order During hicoiscue ' l . ' '-fr2in
i . ! ''$"'' - ' ' ' -
cDciinu hoc Arniccn 1. f ' rft
OF FRATERHALIZING , . '' : ' ' ' r'WA
t '-life? . - ' '"';'''
I unoii nioui yvina "nv W f . 1 ' ,r K - A I
PA IMS, May 9. (A. P.) The al
lies council of ambassadors with Am
bassador Wallace present, reprosent-
I ing the I'nited Suites, decided today in
an effort to ipiiet the unrest In I'pper
Kill ia to ask the Interallied commis
sion there to Inform the population of
the exact stale of affairs, explaining
that no decision had been taken as to
ihu .lH-luinu of 1h territory. The
rt ! council also decided to urge Poland to
"(control the Poles In con lotion with
J the existing condKions.
t il :l the existing conditions. h i ".?
i iw is :',. : 'li
PEItLIN, May 9. ( I". P.) fit
ter fighting Is continued in upper
Silesia. German troops Joined the
iniall detachment of Italian and Hrit
lsh soldiers sent to preserve order dur
ing the Plebiscite, one body of these
troops succeeded in driving tile Polish
insurgents from Kreusoiierg. In an
other portion of the Plebiscite area
the poles held their gains along the
"Korfunty line." Dispatches here ac
cused Ihe French forces of fraterniz
ing with the Poles and refusing to
make any attempt to suppress them.
! Order Is licing Fstnhlii-licd.
! PARIS Mav 9. I IT. P. V France
wll nflt coni) (lpr permitting ' German
soldiers ,6 aid In retT m(frc?" In
' I'pper Silesia, a note to Perlin said.
) Tho note was in reply to German rep
; resentatlons that Pi lish citizens were
: invading I'pper Sile'a illegally and
j were overcoming the small allied force
there. "Every measure is being taken
I to establish order in I pper Siles:a,"
. the note iaid.
l'-EKLIN, May . (A. P.) Genuine
ijlt in entente cir-
nere that the Polish insurgents
seizure of I'pper Silesia may result
;a German and Polish war with
possibility of all
entra, Kurope being
... , u . , ;..n
involved in another conflict .A civil
war s reported this spring throughout
,n0 ;el.nUls having or-
,(i(.ally , ,.e,uls(, , inv uiel.s.
France Holds Fete for
versary of Lifting of
Siege of Orleans by Joan of Arc.
PARIS. May 9. (A. P. Fonr-i
teen policemen and twenty three Com
munists were wounded here yesterday
In a disturbance d'Tin? the celebration
of the anniversary of the lifting of the
s'e?e of Orleans bv .loan of Arc in
14 M. !
The communists tr;ed t i enter the i
gates of Paris in protest against the I
' hrntton. There was hand to hand
fighting several hours nnd shooting
nnd hurling f missiles. j
Disturbances also occurred nt Prest, i
Snmte Etienne and l.'nmacs. The cov- I
ermnent's efforls t i crranae celebra-1
tions pvt much oppi.s t'on. Several j
cit'es refused to undergo the expen-
while others oblected en political ,Tid I
At Si. r.licnne disorder troke out
during church services. Uovniver
shots were excl. allied.
In viiriiuis en i h "dials services were!
heid to inat'Turate the three day cele.
jbretion. At Orleans the centrum; of
delivering Joan of Arc's war banner to
ihe bisbon of Orleans was held.
i The streets of Par's. Orleans and
Ii ther cities 'were decorated. J"rep,'h
ni'litary and marine forces rendered
honors. At Ch-i hour? the American
cruiser Chattanooga and two torpedo
bent destrovers took eart in a naval
dh'play and fired salutes.
(MANY PRINTERS RETURN
TO WORK; STRIKES ARE
BEING SETTLED DAILY;
. rKltl.l.N, .May 9. II. I'.l lil- An" y. " J !
i . jh"nt beid rt loarkal'le stron'4 . s c:sb
1 lNIIIANAPOLlS. Mav- 9 ( 1". P.) price w.-.e lower in ail 1.1.: rk, am'
Tlie imni'ier of men still involved In'l vn1 sent ).r"inieins v.iie r.-iiuid .'
the nation-wide strike of cr nimcrcial J cents to ii cents. T'.is sb.eul.l i vi.'em e
i prir.t M's cont'nued 10 dwinkle. accord-I no sin -prise as there i no i- ei'n wbv
lm to secretary J. W.. Hays, of the In- it he country holders should kr.-o 1 is'
i Ternailoiial T poarnphical I'lvon. i:e- i.-u more than so cents over .Inly priees
pons of settl"iii"nts from indi idoai j w th the new crop not I'.ir 01-taut.
lihoos a'e l e;nir leceied d-l'ly. llavs;T)'e governnient reoorl fo; v int-'r
-said. Th- k'lest nvrreenieiits were; wheat sliows conditions as Vs-X as
1 siuned-at Yotikers.
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This photograph of Airs. James A.
Tar Association luilJing: in Xew Yuri,
divorce case are bein h.ld.
GERMANY IS DETERMINED TO MAKE!
ACCEPTANCE OF ALLIED ULTIMATUM
POSSIBLE ON CONCESSIONS IN SILESIA
1.0C0 Members of Reischwehr!
Start for' Upper
3.CC0 Germans Arc
LONDON, May 9. (C. V.1 -Cor
niLinv is deU'rniined to make the a '
ceptance of the reparations ultimat'im
contingent upon the com'css'.on:-; in ap-
per Silesia, according to press iis -
patches. A Herlm d.spatcn to me
daily chronicle stated that limn lneiu
bcrs of the K"ischwehr started fi r ; r : -per
Silesia. The arming of SH'm Gr
iiians at (ippeln js also report, d.
"Wheat centinned i's
May win at closing at
July at $1.13 on
wheat closed at J 1 .41 1
Following are the quotations receiv
ed by Overheck roo'se. local bio
.vtuy . ' i"
ikness, vv! i.'h
ai! ii es from
'ai CM'OI't bills
the east t 1
the ( f
were materially out of li
of the 1 el. . live clieapnest
prices, was f-illewed be
turn on bu; ing .e;:;nu!e.t-
1' on aecornt
of Arm n'. ii"'
a sharp up
1 l'v d'sturli-
ie 1 1 op
'1'orts Tri I'l il'.veoii'icd .''!
er ia tin' day buyers be
jel. nu 1- 1 -.ii 1 ant to fellow the a-lviccs
lapparently learill" that the govern
j ment report based on obsci vations as
(i t April . f I" - ' wouiii oe e.'ai isi!
d icuiiient. Ail things cen.-idt red Jnlv
Denver and San 1 conmnrcd with iia.? a month :i;;o. Le
vised acreage ns Ci, 712, 000.
-w. .-,.. , ' . ill
Si ilinia n
w ii.. r e m
ped as she left the i
curings In the famous
UNITED STATES DESIRES
, Officials Would Not Say Whe-
'ther This Attitude Had Been
Communicated to Germany.'
WASHINGTON. May 9. (A. L.
1 !.iad:uii1, U. P. Staff
l:n1. U. P. Staff Correspondent.!
j - The I'nited states government de- j
j sires Germany to accept the allies re- t
. 1 arations ilcmands it is learned on the .
hu'h -st authority. The officials would !
i not inv whether this attitude of the 1
I , 1 inted Mates hail been conimuuicaiea
iKsnmeil it bad 'been nv.de bncivn to
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I P1U Xi
t li' .P IN POLK ;
SKIJIOl SLY DAMAtiKK ;
i.M.T.AS. 'lay . P.eceat eM
Hher and rains have caused serious
nagj to the prune crop of Polk
c-iunt;-, accor.l'na to reports that have
been reci'-vci! :'rom several of the larg-
ergroweis. orchards in the low lamlsi
o",v, ially the older ones, are the worst
int. In wiip orchards .t is believed
iIm! tin re will not be more than a
loui-'h of a normal crop. The young
er trees on the higher land seem to be
r -ta n. ;'g their fruit t iter. O.erries
ar 10 nave lieen unuuurcu ami a
per er.io is predicted.
(By United Press.)
Germany's acceptance of al
lied reparations ultimatum ap
peared certain late today.
Question of Reparation in
Council Settled Sec. of State
Will Consider Other Matters.
SENATOR BORAH FAVORS
Idaho Representative Intends
to Press Matter Despite
WASinXOTOX, May 8. (U. P.)
With the ouestion of American repre
sentation in European councils settled
I Secretary Hughes now will turn hia at
j tention to six other International
problems vitally affecting the United
.States. It was learned today. The
1 Recognition of the Obregon gov-
ernment of Mexico.
2 Panama's defiance of the White
3 Japan's protest against the Cal
ifornia anti-alien land law.
4 The Dutch government's action
in barring American interests from
participating In the exploitation of the
.Sumatra oil fields.
5 Final disposal of the former Oer-
6 The withdrawal of American
I military occupation of Santo Domin
go. IUrah Favors DLrrai4iimf.
WASHIN'GTON. May 9. (U. P.)
'It is noth'ng less than a crime against
humanity that the three great nations
associated In the late war should be
taxing their people to death and driv
ing them onwara towara oanitrupicy
at double speed In order to build up
fighting forces never before heard of
in the world." Senator Borah .of Ida
ho declared in a formnl statement ex-
p'aming why ne intended to press nis
disarmament proposal In the senate
despite Harding's disapproval.
The senate passed the Goodinff bill
leivin? preference of riehta of employ
mmf to honorably Cscharged soldiers,
sailors and marines in construction
work on the tnited States reclamation
Fni-rafii-y Tariff Bill fVnsllcrdl
WASHINGTON. May . (U. P.)
The senate continued consideration of
the emergency tariff bill. The fl
narco eomm ttee began hearings on
the sales tax.
In tho house the Investigation into
the escape of Grover Cleveland Berg
doll was resumed. The army appro
priation bill will be considered.
i lVace Itiixilution Is Delayed
WASHINGTON, May . U. P.)
j Flenewed assurances that the Knox
peace resolution will be delayed in tno
bouse until after the reparations set
tlement was given by republican lead
er Mondell, after a visit to Ihe white
house. He stated that the general leg
islative program of the house a dis.
cussed and the president approved the
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PiTinii'.iPiit Tariff Hill Completed
WASHINGTON. May 9. (Herbert
W. Walter. V. P. Staff Correspond
ent.) HepuhlU an congressional ree-
. ! ords for high protective tariff will he
I quailed and probably broken by the
new permanent tariff bill which has
i hetn virtually cnmpleteil by the
1 publican members of the house ways
j and means committee,
j May Fonv Ommre lit Const itul ion
WASHINGTON. May 9 (L. C.
Martin. I". P. Staff Correspondent.)
Congress, may be forced to umend the
, oirii-i.'ii ition to prevent the hiding of
j vast sllms of capital in tax free jecurl-
! t,9 jn pr,ier to obtain the necessary
f r -venues and prevent unfair burdens
,,f uixatien falling upon the poor.
Senator .Mcl.e-in. of Connecticut, chair
man of the banking and currency com
mittee, declared. Mcl-ean said If
something is not done soon to ehccK
the issuing of tax exempt securities,
all personal property of wealthy men
will in a large measure escape tax
ation. I PY f Ml IS KOHItl D
i DETKOIT. May 9. (II I'.) Five
linen held up the Pnited Hallway pay
car and escaped with 120,000.
OVER HONEY JARS; ONE
MAN MEETS HIS DEATH
KI'GENE. Mav 9. (V. P
M.-izeppa L. Smith, a homestead
er, shot and killed Joseph Jo
hansen, his neighbor, In a quar
rel over honey Jars which John
sen had filled with greae. Hold
men are simile. Wmlth mail a
confession to Sheriff Stb kol
here ever the telephone from bin
Isolated farm In the extreme
western end of Ijin county.