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twice the guaranteed psld circulation
In Per.dLton and Umatilla county of
oy other newspaper.
Thewt press run of yesterday' Dally
, . 3,233
Thlaaapar I t memher or una audited
by Ih. Audit Bureau 0f adulation
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPE2
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Berlin Dispatches to French
hi, itA Inrfit'itn III.
. J . I 111 I. LJ I I Ull IC IIIU LOLli ui a
. matum - Will be Accepted.
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FRENCH TROOPS EAGERLY
V AWAIT WORD TO ADVANCE
Soldiers Are Held at Border
'-Prepared to March if Signs
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of Evading Terms Are Srown
FARI8, May 10. (Webb Miller, V.
P.tRtaff CJorreapondent.) Berlin dl
patchea to the French foreign office
Indicated that Orrmany will accept the
allied ultimatum. The message were
not made, nil title, lut at the Qual IVOr.
aaytl appeared accepted thut the Ger-
man will iMffO. The French Irdops,
eagerly waiting the word to advance,
are held M the border of the Ruhr
Valley,, prepared to march In If (1T
niany ahowa any aluna of evading any
of the terma. .,' . , . ,
' ": ' billy SO Hours lltmnln
.With only e hour" remaining bc
fore the etplratlon of the allied ulti
matum, France la prepared for a
'Jump off." Plana for the Invaalon of
the Huhr valley .are. complete , to the
laat train nchedule. and aa maxK.
There la rreal enthualoam among the
troopa already gathered at Duaaeldorf :
young men are atlll P""rlng toward
the 'border in-troop Iriilna.
"jJBItUJf. May l.-i-(Crl D. Vlroal, I
V.' I.. Staff, Correspondent.) Unex
pected oppoeltlun to the acceptance of
thi allied ultimatum developed among i
Itrlchatag leadera. In an all night e
alun parly lender failed to bring the
democrats ani Volkapartel ln, n
mgreement nslth tba malwlM: of aoclnl
lata who favor acceiitlng tho demand.
' ft Aocrptanca I Etpnctcd
BBitrjX,' My l(A. I'.l The
acceptance of the allied ultimatum
relative to reparation! wax expected In
Helchatag When II convened today.
Centrtata and the majority of am lnllata
an reault of conferencea yeaterday,
wert believed to have definitely alln
ed themaelven In favor of yielding to
the entente demand. ' It aeemed yea
terday tiiere waa competition among
varlou partlea for tlnt place In the
asaoiitmg column. .
' Whether Pendletfln la to have band
concert during the summer montha
la one of the interesting question that
wilt h finally disposed of this even
ing at the reg'ilar monthly meeting of
the Commercial Association to be held
In the Klks hall. .
rrt, F. Irvine, editor, or inc i-ornaim
Journal, not"' authority on problems
In civic affairs, la the chief apeaker
of the evening. He will talk on the
opmmlsalon manager plan of city gov
crnment which has been tho source nf
quite a little Informal discussion In
i'endleton receutly. A new charter for
ijUorla la how being written and sev
eral mggestlona made by Mr. Irvlno nl
an Astoria meeting ore being lncorT
porated In the charter of that city.
Thle evening the visitor will be en
tertained at dinner at the Hotel Pen
dleton. Official of tho Commercial
Association and probably some person
af frlenda of Mr. Irvine's who live
hare, will b prescmVy . - , .
. Uneeai.rv nf .' the Navy Denhy ,1
Planning to clta'ngo (he 'Niagara, Ad
"feirst Perrv'a flagship, into a museum,
I ', t.Tfitt Penovl.
t. IH now UUfiA , ' "
' ' Hcporwa by Major 19 Moorbouse,
official weather obscfVer,
. Maximum I. )'
1 , Minimum S.
" ; ItalnfttU .0 ol an Inch.
' Tonight and
-, : human 15 mm iu
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s I '
V t n
Coii ni'l fieonte llurvey. ll'e new iimlmKwfldor to England, la ahown here
with Mra. Harvey, nnd tlielr grandchild, Irothy aboard the Acqultunta as
he left the United Statea to take up hl new poat in Ixntlon.
LOCAL MILK PRICE TO
TAKE DROP BY JUNE 1
Tiiere la going to be a reduction in the price ..of milk In I'endlctnn
.'Una 1.- Jtiat what the cut will be has not yet l.een announced
t.MK.dicloe4.e!lerd:iV ft,n,U(day make a reduction, ajwuredj...
At the meetinK jealerdiiy lieiween dalrrrnen ' rounellmeh and oth'ei-a,
F. H. Aiytinger, who ha the ItirKest dairy herd near the ciiy. expreaned
liimaelf aa In favor of reducing thi price. Mr. Mytinger called atten
tion to tho tact that labor la now cheaper than formerly, likewise hay.
Therefore he ft.lt It fair a redurilon in price to the consumer nhoiild he
mudo, but not auch a cut aa would mako the dairy bualnesa unprofit
i-ble. Over Iho telephone, today Mr. Mytinger reiterated tb"a vtew but
uul he wished to consult other dairymen before announcing whut the
eduction will be.
Brother Who is Serving Life
Sentence and Who Has Been
Cell Mate is Left Behind.
SAX QCRXT1K. Culir, May' 10.
(M. D. Tracy, V. P. Staff Correspond
ent.) John 3. McXnmara walked to
tho penitentiary gates shortly utter i
a. m., arm In arm with hia oroiner
Jim. The gunrd turned the big bars,
the gate awunK open and the man. who
had finished his term for the I.os An-
gelca Times dynuinltlng stepped out to
freedom. "I'm sorry,' sorry you cant
come with me,'1 he said to hia brother,
who must remain ,liehlnd the big walls
lor the remainder of his natural life.
HAN' KUANTlSCt), May 10. (A. l'.
John J. McMnmarnrlaat ntRht spent
the last nlslit at San Quentln if a penl-tctitl-
sentence Imposed when he
pleaded guilty to complicity to dynn
mltlng the Llewellyn Iron Works. Mc
Xamarn was released at 7 this morn-
Inir. liehinri him he will " leave his
brut her, James 11. MoNamaia, who is
serving life Imprisonment. The broth.
era have been cellmates during their
imprisonment. ., ' t
CHICAGO, May 10. d' 1'.) An
unidentified woman was burned, to
death in a fire which destroyed the
CJueens hotel, n second class house. Six
others were carried out unconscious
from the smoke. Seventy five people
were 111 the hold w hen the blaze start
ed. ' ' '. '
IM. VYGltOl'XIVS AUK WILT.
VISA1.IA, Cnl., May 10. (A. r.)
More than 230 backyard playgrounds
were built by Visalta parents for their
children during" a recent campaign.
Tho grounds committee set as a mini
mum' requirement; a sandbox, swing
and a hanging bar. Japanese and
Mexican residents built 52 of tho play
v-4n).tf,on r-Vantle fos'llzed turtles
of an' unknown specie have been un
tared near .Valencia, Spain,
. : : , ii mi 1 1 11 in nnniirn Tfi
Ml Hill IM U Mill
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1021.
MUSIC TRADES CONVENTION
ATTACK POPULAR 'JAZZ'
AT THEIR ANNUAL MEETING
CHICAOO. May 10. (A. P.)
Jurat is the evil spirit of music.
Dr. F. K. Morton told the
music trades convention which
opened today. "Jaza", he said,
"exprcvaiB hysteria and incites
to id leaiices, revelry, dissipation,
destruction .d'scord and chaoa."
IMeading for the suppression
of Jnzs music and a return to
"Home Sweet Home." he declar
ed that with homo swallowed up
in the cabaret, the great stabilis
ing center of society I t lost.
TACO.MA, May 111. tl". P.) The
police and deputy sheriffs of two coun
ties arc searching for three mtn be
lieved to have murdered Karl Tinib".
23 year old taxi driver. Timb's body'
was found in the brush oft Hie Pacific
highway near Konmore. north of Seat,
tie with, a bullet hole In the back of
his head. Robbery Is believed to have
been the motive.
lU-ll.'Vcd lo It'" Murderers
HKATTLK, May 10. (TT. IM Four
Camp Lrfnvis soldiers, believed to be
ih.. muMtereda of Karl Yinibs, were
raptured th's morning by sheriff M.t
Starwich and hia deputies in Snonunl
mte. pass. The four were in Timb's
' ;'rl An1 Arrested.
TACOMA, May 1 1. (A. P.) Two
young women wore nrrestrd here in
the belief they could disclose uie men-
tity of Timbs' niunlerers. 1 lie Kins
the police wild, were recently passen
gers in Tlmha' car wuH'the soldiers.
trapped by flames
in Burning building
BROTHERS MEET DEATH
rMItlDGK. Mass.. May in.
(V. P.) Four brothers, rang-
ing from 1J to 21 years of age,
were burned to death when their
hoin wis destroyed by fire. The
brol hers were . Ledger. Ernest,
Wurren and IesteS Trembley.
They were trapped by the flames
on the thld floor.
Polish Insurgents Are in Con
trol of Half of Koenigshutte
end Germans Hold Other Part
KANARZ1N IS AGAIN IN
Dispatch Claims Italian Sol
diers Drove Poles Out, Hand
ed City Over to Germans.
rOI'EXIIAG EN', May 10. (t. P.)
Cerman armed forces disarmed a
French detachment at Koenigshutte,
. i IV':. . n .1 . :
llttlCll. rWIWH nwuiftiuio - '
in conlrol of half of the city, the Gep
means holding the other part. Ger
mans who were driven from Kanarzln
after costly fighting are reported
again in possession of the place. Ital
ian soldiers drove the Poles out, the
dispatch aaid, and handed It over to
IVilcn C'uptnrp Kfia-I.
OI'PKT.X, Upper Silesia. May 10
(A. P.) Insurgent Poles have crossed
the Oder river and captured the town
of Kojel after hard fighting. The
population is fleeing In panic.
TO PUT ON BIG FAIR
!.(!....:... C1.Aiiin in Macilntt''
Booths to be Arranged in
Happy Canyon for Exhibits.
A novel educational and entertain
ing exhibition will be put on by busi
ness Interests in Pendleton within tho
ear future when the Pendleton
Merchants and Manufacturers' Fair
will be held. Decision to stage the big
event was definitely reached Monday
afternoon at a well attended meeting
of merchants and manufacturers of
the city at the Commercial Associa
tion loonif. Thursday nnd Friday,
May 26 and 2", are the tentative dates
set at the meeting for the fair.
The affair promises to strike a new
note in Pendleton business circles
never before attempted on the same
scale, and the enthusiasm , manifested
by those in attendance at the meeting
Indicates that no effort Bill be spared
to make the affair an unqualified suc
cess. A style show to be held in the
even'nga will be a feataure of the exhi
bition with clothiers in charge.
Present plans, as worked out in the
meelliV of yesterday, call for dis
plays of merchandise nnd local manu
facturers' products in booths that will
be tirrnnucd In Happy Canyon. Spe
cial music In the way of orchestral of
ferings and vocal selections probably
will be on the program.
J A free dance will.be a feature of the
closing nlKbt of tho fair. The mer-1
....,.lttua ha.i.l.l hv Phm-let I
C1IH1U3 v-.lllMi. . , j
K. Rond and li.- i- rayrrs, .m
Cooley. Pbilo Rounds. Harvey Mo
I'hcrson, ' Wade Goodman, W. E. ,
Prork. John Ijmg and H. R. Mangold,
met today at noon for the tegular
luncheon when further arrangements
The places of business in Pendleton
will close all day' both for Memorial
Day and on the Fourth of July, ac
tion taken yesterday assures. Busi
ness men voted against holding a spe
cial celebration on the Fourth, but a
full vacation for employes will be
permitted which will -liable business
people to have a vacation In the moun
tains or attend the celebrations that
arc to be Kien by other towns In tho
At the luncheon of the merchants'
committee held this noon heads of
five committees were appointed to take
(barge of details of the fair. The men
and the committees on which thev
will serve consists of Philo Rounds,
mim'n nnd entertainment: W. F..
llrock, advertising; C. K. Hopf.
decorations; Carl Own', booths; and
R TX Suvres, style show.
All Of the heads of committees are
members of the genera! merchants'
committee. Two etru. members to
serve with the chairmnn will be select
ed by each leader. ,
FROM HEAVY DROUTHS
RIGA, May 10. (A. P.l .V drouth,
prevalent throughout almost all of
Russia. ha added a new difficulty to
Premier Lenlne's program for the re
construction of Russia. This program
urged heavy crop. ;
ENGLAND THREA TENED
AN INDUSTRIAL STRIKE
Workmen Are Still in Mining
Region as Precaution Against
Flooding of ' the Mines.
LONDON, May 10. (Kd U Keen,
I. P. Staff Correspondent.) Renewed
danger of an Industrial strike threat
ened Great Britain. "Bob" Williams,
secretary of the transport workers,
prepared a stampede of followers Into
a strike when the unions executives,
met. Railway (troubles threatened
when the government ordered the
Caledonian road in Scotland "to carry
out its public duties." The order was
issued when the union rallwaymen re
fused to handle non-union coal. Gov
ernment leaders recognized the new
danger by again pushing the prepara
tions to meet the tie-up of industry.
With the reserves called to duty and
special defense corps recruited, there
remained only the task of calling them
Into active service, of again preparing
. " i nn . J' ' H 11 1 1 1 I ' ...
men are still In the mining region as
a precaution against the flooding of
- May wheat closed at $1.38 1-2 to
day and July at $1.13. practically the
same price as that quoted in the Chi
cago market yesterday, when May i
wheat closed at $1.38 1-4 and July
tit $1.13 1-4.
following are the quotations receiv
ed by Overbeck & Cooke, local bro
High Ixw Close
$1.4Hi $1.37 $1.3Svi i
1.144 1.12 1.13
Wheat The dayB news budget was
very mixed and the market devoid of
feature at the outset, some strength
was apparent based on bullishness
placed in the government report and
at the tone of Argentine cables which
said the strike situation was critical
and might completely tie up the ship
ping, off setting these factors was the
tendency to recognize unfavorable
trade conditions as well as ;t message
from Minneapolis saying a leading
mill there would reduce flour produc
tions fifty per cent due to the demand.
All cash markets were Inclined to
weakness and premiums were report
ed one to four cents lower. Since the
government report was compiled wea
ther conditions for the growing crop
have been rather unfavoable and the
outcome more In doubt than hereto
fore, despite the present domestic
trade, we think the purchase of July
delivery at Its present discount under
cash should prove attractive purchase.
CHICAGO, May 10. (I. P)
Forest fires are raging in seven coun
ties in northern Michigan, according
to reports. Hundreds of men' formed
volunteer lire bi:gades to prevent
wholesale destruction of forests and
farm buildings. Reports as to the or
iign is Indefinite. One theory is of in
cendiary origin. A man is r.nuer ar
rest .it Mancalonn, Mich.
I-XIVMSSAL AVXTS' OISGAX17.K
LONDON. -May 10. (A. P.)
There is a growing demand for
"aunts" to escort schoolboy and girls
who arc passing through London on
their way to ami from school vaca
tions. American visitors are also keen
on securing the services of -aunts" for
sightseeing and shopping expeditions.
This has led to the formation of an
association called "Universal Aunts."
composed of about 70 cultured wom
en experienced in travel and having
Their sphere of usefulness is riot
confined lo the chaperoning of boys
g rls and American visitors, as many
of the 'aunts' are experts in designing
dresses nnd decoration of houses.
EX-GERMAN MINISTER OF
FINANCE WILL ATTEMPT
TO FOR MNEW CABINET
I BERLIN. Muv 10. (U. P.
Dr. Wirth, finance minister was
asked by President F.bert to
form a new cabinet and promis-
ed to present the names to
Reichstag this evening. Reich-
stag is to proceed Immediately
afterward with the voting on the
acceptance or rejection of the al-
DANGER OF ;
TOGO BRINGS BACK
A BRIDE FROM HIS
OLD HOME IN JAPAN
Togo Tatshlma. head Janitor
of the O. W. H. N.. has return
ed to Pendleton after an absence
of several months during which
he made a visit in hia native
country. Visiting alone was not
the purpose of his trip, either, as
Is attested by the return with
him of Mrs. Togo, his bride. He
left Pendleton about seven
months ago. and he declares that
he la glad to get "back home."
Local Clips Not Moving Yet,
But Yakima Sheepmen Said
to Have Sold at 9-11 Cents.
A decidedly bearish attitude to
wards the demands of woolgrowers
and sheepmen Is lieing shown by buy
ers as the season for purchase of wool
is at band, and present indications are
that w ool In Umatilla county Is not
likely to move very 4-apldly for a while
Local sheepmen are holding out tor
a minimum of twenty cents a pound,
informal statements show, and buyers
are figuring on buying on a much low
er basis or holding off for a while.
With this condition prevailing, the
usual jockeying is taking place be
tween buyer and seller.
Buyers are us'ng as an argument
that they won't have to pay what the
sheepmen ask because of the fact that
large clips of good wool are changing
hands in the Yakima valley at .much
lower pricea-han.lcal grower rj-e
Reports are to the effect that a
H.fi f vnnl has been purchased
at prices ranging from nine to eleven
cents a pound. Charles Green is sam
to have bought 200,000 pounds,; W. M.;
Crowell, about 150.000 pounds;; East
ern Hide and Junk Co.. 44.000 pounds.
These purchases were all made in the
Yakima district. .
Robb Roberts, another buyer who
has leen operating near Yakima, is
looking over clips in I'matllla county.
Yesterday he inspected wool belonging
to Alfred Smith near Pilot Rock. Test
made showed that the clip is of excel
lent quality. The fine wool clip of the
Cunningham Sheep company was al
Buyers admit that wool grown In
I'matllla county Is superior to the
producut grown in the Yakima valley.
Clips In the vicinity of Echo are be
ing Inspected today.
TOWARD MEXICO HAS
BEEN WELL DETERMINED
WASHINGTON. May 10. (A. PO
The administrations policy toward
Mexico has been "very well deter
mined." it was stated today authori
tatively, but the officials are not yet
ready to enunciate it.
ItlCSl'MKS PLACE IX COXFEKKXCF.
PARIS, May 10. (C P.) America
resumed her place in the second allied
conference when Roland Boyden sat
-ith h rewiratlons. commission..,- IF;
was his first attendance since he wns
withdrawn by former President Wil
son. The commission devoted its time
to fixing value of ships delivered by
Germany ns part of her indemnity
WALKER'S PENALTY IS
DECIDED BY DRAWING
OF LOTS, DEATH WINS
HOUSTON. May 10. (U. . P.) A
death penalty was decided by drawing
'uts in the case of 11. U Walker, slat
ed to hung today, according to intor
maikm given by Franklin Davis, the
tury foreman. The fact was presented
n Governor Neff. but he refused to
grant a reprieve. Sheriff Bintord had
oostponed the hanging unulil 2 p. m.
lo give the doomed nun a further
chance for his life. According to Da
vis' slorv. the Jurors were deadlocked
Some favored hanging and others life
imprisonment. It was finally agreed
to draw lots. Death v on.
l'ARM HAND Ml HDI ISEI).
SAN JOSE. OiMf.. -May 10. tU. P.)
Stephen Vuyactch. an employe at
the1 Stanford University stuck farm,
was brutally murdered, according to
Sheriff Iie of Santa Clara county. He
was stablied through the eves and his
throat cut from ear to ear.
Yarmlf, a ranchman. Is held
Sheriff l.vle said he arrested Yarmlf
at a ranch house eight miles from the
murder scene, washing blood from his
hands and cloth'ng.
tiOT N'OTHKK OXK.
DETROIT, May 10. t A. P.) Uabc
Ruth hit home run number nine in the
first Inning today, one runner being on
WOOL BUYERS SHOW
HOT ASK DELAY
Oil K!l TREATY
At Same Time He is Not In
sisting, That Resolution be
: Rushed Through the House.
HARDING THINKS EUROPEAN
SITUATION WILL BE ENDED
Matters Will be Temporarily
Cleared up by Time Bill Pass
es Through Regular Channels
WASHINGTON. May 10.-(TJ. P.)
President Harding baa not asked tho
house to delay action on the Knox
peace resolution, it Is learned authori
tatively. At the same time the presi
dent is not Insisting that the house go
out of Its way to rush the resolution
through. : The president's view la that
the European situation will be cleared
up, temporarily at least, by the time
the resolution passed through the reg--ular
legislative channels. ...-.'.
. emigre Continue Work.
WASHINGTON, May 10. (U. P.
The senate continued to debate the
emergency tariff. The Interstate com
merce committee began hearings on
the railroad question. The finance
committee continued hearings on tax
In the house a final vote on the ar
my bill la' expected. The Interstate
commerce committee opened its hear
ings on the Kellogg bill giving the
president authority to control the
cable landings. The Bergdoll commit
tee continued Its Investigation. The
agriculture committee started framing
the packer control bllL The naval
committee considered a bill authoria
ing the construction of airplane car
Congress) Will Fix Tax.
WASHINGTON. May 10. (Herbort
W. Walker. V. P. Staff Correspondent)
America's annual tax hill will be
fixed by congress at $1,500,000,000. If
plana of the leading members of the
house ways and means committee go
through. They would like to reduce
the per capita tax for every man, wo
man and child In the country to $30.
or $3,000,000,000, but with continued ,
appropriations they admit It la doubt
ful If t can be done. It now appears .
certain that no aalee tax will be en- "
acted this session, according to sever
al of the leaders.
Tax exchanges will be arong the fol- ,
lowing lines: ,
Taxes to be repealed 1. Excess
P'olits; !. Soda water, ice cream. 3.
Transportation. Uncertainty exist aa
to whether theater-admission tax will .
So Appropriation 5?ased. "
WASHINGTON, May 10. (U. P.)
Republican Leader Mondall announced
in the house that because of the great
need of governmental economy no ap
propriation bill for the new poatofficea
and federal building will be passed
this session of congress.
IiivcsttgatioM to he Made.
WASHINGTON, May 10. (A. P.)
President has asked Attorney Gen
eral Daugherty to investigate charges
of profiteeinrg in contract and pur
chases made by tho war department
during the war.
I .a toilette Condemns Harding
WASHINGTON. Mai 10. A. P.)
A resolution condemning the presi
dent's uction in appointing American '
representatives to the European allied
councils was Introduced In the senate
by Lafollette, a republican of Wiscon
sin. WIKKLKSS FOK GUKEXLAXD
COPENHAGEN. May 10. (A. P.)
Building of a wireless station In
Greenland is again being considered.
cording to the Social Demokraten.
Kurmie as welt as America Is "aid to
bo Interested in the project, the news
paper adding that the British aiitnon-.
ties have approached the Dullish gov
ernment In the matter.
Members of both the Idaho anil
Washington stale highwuy commlssl-
Nicholas ons will tie here tomorrow. A tele
igram received at the office of lh
Commercial Association tbl after.
noon gave notice of the Intention of
the Oregon commiwlon member to b
In Pendleton. Reservation have also
been made by the member of the
Improvement of the Oregon Trail
road I to be discussed by the Oregon
commission and representative of lb