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COUNTY OITICIAI. PAPER
COUNTY OrFICIAL PAPER
DAIJ A VjREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
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FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1921.
UNITED STATES FJeRAL TROOPS PREPARE FOR MOVE INTO
MINGO COUNTY W. VIRGINIA TO QUELL GUERILLA WARFARE
lUR BILL IS
SENT TO SENATE
TO BE PASSED ON
Will Prevent Gambling in Grain
Futures; Sec. of Agriculture
Has Regulation Power.
MEASURE IS DISCUSSED
Bcrgdoll Investigation Com
irtittec Questions Mother of
Wealthy Draft Evader.
WASHINGTON. .May 13. -('. I'.)
The house refused to ugreo to the
Kcnutii amendments to tin: emergency
tariff bill. The measure was will to
WASHINGTON". .May 13 (f. P.
Tlio liouiio passed tho Tim her bill,
aimed to prevent gambling In (train
futures and sent II to the iwniita. The
bill plucrs a tax of JO cents a bushel on
criiln Hold In purely speculative trans
actions, where tho buyer and Keller do
not have physical possession and gives
Iho Becrelary of agriculture board
pun era or regulation.
Kale Tux t'oiKtleif il
WASHINGTON. May 13. (C. !.)
The HeniUo continued the debate on the
imvy bill. The Helen tax hearini; wan
renamed. The railroad InveMlinallon
In the hnnw thr-mHcIaf''
tetf coiiKtdered itia VotHtead mipple
lnent to the prohlbllion bill, prohibit
In a prcwriiitlon for beer a u meli
elno. The Heritdoll conintillee ipies
1 luned the slacker's mother.
liallroud IK'fiiitx t.row
WASIIINGTtiN. Mav 1.1. (U. P.I -Conllmiatlon
of the present railroad
situation means a government con
trol of railroads. Senator Cummin,
of Iowa, declared nt the Interstate
commerce committee's hearing on the
transportation situation. "Unless some
way Is found of reducing expenses and
increasing revenues, the national trea
sury will have to pay the deficits,
which are growing." Cummins Bald.
ImoMlunilon Ih- Made
WASIIINGTtiN. May U. ( U. i
following the cabinet meeting. Sec-
reiarv of War Weeks announred he
had directed Major General W. Heed,
commander or the fifth army corps
urea, to investigate the gin;fb;hling In
the West Virgin a coal regions.
CHIEF OF STAFF OF
Major General Harboard Will
be Executive Assistant; Ap
pointment Effective July 1.
WAHIH.W.TOX, Mny 13. I V. IM -Secretary
of War Wool: nnnnunooi!
the aiiiilnlnii,nl of (lencral rerslilna
ni chief of Btaff of the L'nlletl Slates
, the Hume time weeks announced
that Major Oenenil James I larboard,
nt present riiniinandliiir Hie weeond
cllvlaloii, will he I'lirshliHTH executive
HKHlatant. rernhlns suieeeiM Major
I'rciicral Peytoii V. Mnr. li. the preMent
chief of alaff. Appointment heconies
effective on July 1.
Reported by MiJ'r Io Moorhousp.
fftctul wcathor obnervrr.
.Ih jciniuni, TS.
Tn lit hi and
PREMIER LLOYD GEORGE SAYS POLISH
INSURRECTION IN UPPER SILESIA IS(
DEFIANCE TO TREATY OF VERSAILLES1
Great Britain's Premier Made
Dramatic Speech to English!
House of Commons Today.1
LONDON, May 13. (i:. I".) Prem
ier l.lovil ;M.rni told the house of
commons In a dramatic speech that
lite Polish las im- titm In upper Silesia
was defiance tu ill.' Versailles treaty.
KfintM-M IVmr Threatened
I-ONDON. .May 13. (f. P.) Eur
ope's peace is Hi real cued by the Polish
insurrection In upper Slleula, Lloyd- I
fleorge told the commons. "1 nm
frlght-nrd," In- declared, "at what
may happen if confidence In uiirestor- j
I'd." He said there Ih no reaHon 'Wh !
the allies should object to Germany s I
UHinR force to restore order 111 her own
province. "Thai would be simply fair
play," ho declared, j '
i escaped death last night and emerged
Bingham Springs is Stage for,uiiurt from the wreckage, of men-
Big Event; Will Include
Dance, Water, Field Sports. 1
l ericci weainer is promixcu oy uie
veathcr man for the Kastern tneaoii
Auto club picnic lo be held on Sunday
at the official opening of Ilinuhuin
tor me 1114 evcui incjuue a tiuu aum'i ;
for the public tomorrow nltiht at the .
itlnsham hall. i
Water and field nmrts will mrrupy
im.ch of the program whiei, win start
at 10 o clock Sunday morning and the ;
committee In charge promises action
every minute of the day. The water In
the pool is reported to be Juhi right foi
Sunday and a gala day Is predicted.
Arrangements for road trael so that j
there will be no collisions or blocking '
are being made by the manager of the !
Auto Club and cars going up for to-!'
morrow night will have right of way.!
On Sunday morning until noon cars)
going lip to Itlnghain will also haw-
Inn right of way and starting at 3 P.
M. all downward traffic will lake
priM'rdriiop. Tim river rojid ut M'h-j unil'MKsadnr to (icrnmny w hrn thv. n
Minn li CuyuHC in i op'Htt'd Hit best lat:ons Uh iliat Kernmint me re
r 1 -
WHAT P. T. A.'S DO
IS TOLD JY WEVW ESE iN TATJ VES AT
; BANQUET HELD HERE LAST EVENING
boaraman, rvewest lown in
State Has 50 Members In
terested in School Building
Something of w hut the
Teacher Associations in Iho mnaller
coiiiniunitic of Oregon have accoin
pliHhed ilurlni; the t;ist year was re
counted by president! or their repro
HcntativcH lust nlKlil at the bamiucl
held In Parish hall as a part of the
prof: l, i in of the state convention of the
association. Some IntcrestliiK facts
were contained in the reports.
Itoiiiiliii.iu, Ihe newest town in ure
Ron. has fill meiuhers In its I'lirent
Teacher Associalion. The
are Interested In the fine new school
building which when completed, will
have fie mills. The association for
merly hud 111 mi'inliors but with the
approuvli- of the convention, 1U more
members Joined so that the associa
tion could he represeilled. The pur
chase of a mutton picture machine is
one of the Koala of the association.
Ilrnsaii rtes lU'port.
TliroiiKh the efforts of the Hronan I
association, a bKlitlnK system has been
installed In the school anil money was
raised for piny rtoiiihI apparatus. Kor-
jnierly there were but two tem hers for
i the T," pupils, now there are throe.
' nal-giove. with school pupils,
h.is :i 1'. T. A. of -i members, tlvi'r
I fj.'ol hits been raised anil will he nused
j for hu ins equipment for a new school
I house, (inkarove is unlipie In that it
i has a printiiiir press iih well as a 1110-
tloil picture machine.
I U'ichit.i nine a i. ieption to its leach
' i.rs iliis (all and sent three dcloKatcs j
I to the state convention. The sum oft
h flnti was raised throUKh entertain-
nu ntM. A hilsltniis tree Tor the chil-
dieii was one of the sia-ial events ar-
l anced by the association. Vietrola
records, curtains and rods were bumml
for tin school.
Kossil, the llttlo county
PROMINENT 'NEWCOMER' j
LEON COHEN ARRIVES I
WITH ATHLETIC LOOK I
Hack to hlx old home town for
the first time In nearly a year
leon Cohen, former owner of
The 1'coplcn Warehouse and pre
mier In the rankH of those work
tin? for the city's progress, has
been greeted by old friends and
us.-wlntes today. Mr. Cohen
arrived this morning from I'ort
land but has been In California
for Home lima punt. H Is much
Improved In health by his rest
mid has his old time robust up
Mr. Cohen rime to Pendleton
In the day before bicycles were
cominon and until h's retirement
last sumncr 'Wax a wheel horse
or a b ader in every move for
! PENDLETON CITIZENS
: NARROWLY ESCAPE IN
; Propping 30 feet in an uulomoblle
! to Die bottom of a Kub'h by the xlde of
' the load near No'.ln, Mr. and Mm.
I Karl ConttM of this elly, by a miracle
Mr. and .Mrs. Coutta, with Mrs.
at ''' "''rp driving to
Pendleton from iicbo when a car. no-
! iiitf frm Spokane to Kcho, attempted
in the rod. '
The Coutfs' machine after skidding
lockeo one of lis hind wheels w!ih a
hind wheel of the WashinKion car and
I lumped from the rrad t.f the1
aulrh tiolow, landing fitfnt' alde tit) '
The CoUtts ear. which was budlv I
damaged, will be lifted from the ditch
by a derrick. The rear axle and
-hc of ,,,,..,; Lur ,vcrc
. , . . ... . :
broken In the collision.
! DAVID HILL DECLINES
JAPAN IS LEAREU!c!;;Xi
WASHINGTON. May IS. ( U. P. I
David Jayne Hill has finally decide. I
not to accept the ama 'folorvhip to
Japan, it is learned. At the same time
it is learned that Hill may be made
z ' ' L-: '
IN SMALL TOWNS i
j Wheeler county, sent a report by nirirt
and applause followed tlio reading
which showed that the IV I. A. lias 4"
nictiihcrs and has hoUKl.t Hrlinu'
Conrad's P. T. A. has ;t.'i members
and nmoni; its projects has taken the
various drives out of the school. A
few entertainments tluve been eiven
anj a foresl rarm-er s&ve a talk, illus
trated with lantern sl.des. The asso
c'aliuu took a stand against compul
sory vaccination, believing this should
he taken care of in the homes. The
association did not indoru tUe county
I it (itnndc IIrMrts, ;
(Irando's p. T. A.'s Kve rcct-p- !
tNitis to llif trachtTS ami donati'd $.1
fur u wh rotun. Tho P.' T. A.'s arc
wurkinu; for ;i four acre play Krmmil.
Thv ostanlishmcnt ef a hoi lunch yi-tt-;:t
i atinthcr ln (Jratido pro.Vrt.
seven nmuthH tdd is l:v Kasl-of-Sandy
assneiatinn. f which the
ineinheiMhip h 3; per cent men. Mov
inu: pictures have Peru driven as mi
leiiuiinient, $ I n was donated to the
Near Kast Relief fund, the 'amp Vivv
tiiiis have iHKiiuized and the Hi hooia
have tormed a hand and orchestra.
Troutdale's P. T. A. held a Ma!-
louc'en inasiUeradc party for old and
voiuiK. and also was responsible for a
community Christmas tree. The as
socliition endorsed the county health
nurse. It also ottered pri.es to chil
dren for Rood attendance at school.
ottrcll lla P. T. A.
tVllress bus a th.ree year old 1'. T.
A. which was reorfcani.ed mid reiiMl
last fall. There Is a splendid spirit of
j cooperation In the association
j tendance at meetings Is t""'.
1 Mihou s I'. T. A. Is much interested
n tiu. i,,.os d new I Mion IukIi school
which will unite la district. The
pin.sident, vice-piesident and secretary
j Kci mlule has had a 1'. T. A. foi
' elsht yeais but it was only lately that
t affiliated with the state aasiH-iallon.
The association has bought consider
able equipment and is functioning
Former Polish Plebiscite Com-
missioncr Directs Armed Ex
pedition Into That Region.
GERMANY WON MOST OF
REGION BY PLEBISCITE
Poles Hold Hope That Allies
Will Give Them Occupied
Portion of Territory.
COI-K.MIAGK.N. May 1Z ff. P.)
1 Independence oi Upper Hilesia is d.'
' clared by Adaioert Korfanly. I'olish
leaner. accoruiiiK 10 dlHpatches. Kor-
f""1;-a f,;r,m'r Puil ;'-"'1"; 7'";
missioncr In upper ,ikla. directed an
urmed expedition Into that region and
Keiied more than half the country. Al
though Germany wen most of the re
Ulon by the plebiscite, the Poles hope
the allies will Rive them the occupied
BOOTHS ARB4LL TAKEN
IM UADDUlVflM MD
More Applicatibns Are on Hand
Than Can b'e Accommodated
Unless Booths Cut in Size.
Health room In Happy Canyon for
Carnival to be held May is and t, is
! all taken. Announcement to this ef
! lect was made this morning at the of
' fice of the Ccmiucrclal Association
after a cheek of applications for rea
; rvnllons had been made by Secretary
! There are 3 merchants and nianu
' facturers of Pendleton who have ap
! plied for space in the show, ami sev-
eral firms want booths -with a-foot
tTZZ, "XTTl. u.rA,r.
morJatrd miles a! ratiRentrntH can be
niaOt (' individual applicunlH to cut
tiiiwn on (Spuec.
Tlu firms ri'tisit-Miiiirj looth room
since yesterday Include li. I.. Uur
ioiikIis, A. l Kocppcn, KiHscll Until
ins "oiks. J. U Vauiihan. J. ('. Penny
en , and the Pendleton Trading Co.
To net lt1P entertainment features
under way the special entertainment
committee held u meeting today at
noon when tiiffercnt plans were pro
posed for the two days of education
and fun. The work of netting Happy
fanvon In condition for the carnival is
Boiii- forward apace. The false tup
Is In place, and the carpenter work Is
PEAK AT IHE DALIES!
A phone mcss:u;v from The Ualles
Chronicle this att'inoon stated that
no action of importance had been
taken at the itraliiKrowem conference
up to L'Stli this afternoon. The dele
Kates did not arrive until nearly II
o'clock this- forenoon and the niorn
Inir session was devoted to oratilxa
t Ion. The first art of the afternoon
session was taken up with a discus
sion that did not include l inatilla
couut.v's position icardin lea per
To express their disapproval of the
1011 per cent pooitnK pian made com
pulsory by ! he (ircnoii State 'le;il
tlrowers Association. S. II. Tbouip
son, .Mac Hoke. I'reil llenuion. H. W.
Collins, Sim !'uUc-. Marion Hansel.
Arthur Coppock, Henry I'.arrett. 1 ..
I.. Kecers, li. W. Kitutr. Have Nelson j
and Thomas llami-'oil. t'niatilla conn-
ty furmeis and k'iuii moil, are In Tin1
Palles today to attend a itrain met-:
The rmatillii l oiinty d. donation do-j
clares tbut unless the trevrou assoi-i-l
.itton will consent to a secondary con
tract permitting selling, cnnsinnlti); or
tmolitlK of wheat, the Karm Itureatl of
this county will form Its own nrraui
zatioil ami will not join the state a
soi'lation. If the Independent associ
ation is formed It will operate under
the I nited States Grain Corporation
MAY BE TURKISH ENVOY TO U. S.
' i , t " f 1
, . " ' ' ''
Ilalide Kdib lianur. TurkWi aui'ior. who has Keen pr..mineni in iiienian
M.eial rcles ,n ( onsta nt Inople. mav ionic to America as Turkish ambassador.
One of her two sons is attending the University f IH.nois; the other is a hik'h
school pupil at I rbana. III., nreoa l iin:
DID YOU CARRY RABBIT
FOOT IN YOUR POCKET!
ON FRIDAY THIRTEENTH?'
There were niimy ralibit" fet
carried around in Pendletim to
day, and humliot' were the fa
vorites of a tribe of people.
Vell Jut beeuiise today
Friday, the 13th. It in supposed
to be a double jinx fr the "un
lucky' to those who still believe
in that thins culled luck, and the
little rabbit-foot carried snugly
In unea pocket -.ieeps harm
The police couldn't find evi
dence of any violence, however,
and they ure skeptic about Kri
duy beinj; a bad day.
The weatherman has not bt-en
droHsed in n;iy'r habilianient.s
for many a moon than the irarlt
lie disjdaed tnday.
There weren't any serious ac
In fart, Friday was just aw
pond, if not a hetter day. than
any day that preceded it.
DEGREE SET ASIDE IN
Local Lawyers Say Case Most
Unusual and Legal Status of
Secocd Wife Now Question.
The decree of divorce granted last
fall to George U. Carmichael of Wes
ton, from Mabel' K. Carmichael whs
sot aside this nioruini: by a decision of
Jud'e c.. W. I'helps. making Carmich
ael the husband of Mabel Carmichael.
Carniii hael is also the husband of the
I lormer Miss IClsie O'Hara, of Weston,
! their marriage having occurred in
Walla Walla in March, just six months
Carmichael received a decree of
mi his first wife on the
grounds of iinpotcucx .
.Mrs. Main I Carmichael. throiish hei j
attorney, If. J. Warner, asked a short
time ago that the decree be set aside, I
charping that tiirongh duress and j
coercion, she was prevented from!
fighting the divorce. Through .lodge'
1'hcips' decision, her answer (o Ihe j
plea for divorce, is auiomatically filed. !
The answer mays that the divorce
proceedings be dismissed ,ind denies I
tile charge made by Carmichael. as
well as miking counter charges.,
i hurging Carmichael with extreme
Local lawyers say that the tase -a
most unusual one and the legal
status of Curinichael's second wife b1
now ii oi.cstinn. as Ihe vacating of ill
decree makes Cai'lirchael's fust m.u
riage still in effect.
GUILTY; IS SENTENCED
KAST ST. I.nl lS. May l.t. --(f. r
Kev. llu Kyle was senlenccd to six
(ears and fined ;!""ii by the federal
court whcii'he oleHi'ed "-'iilly to rob
bing the mails of tlS9,000.
Loren Williamson, his partner in
the garage business at ilt. Vernon. III.,
was found guilty previously and given
the same sentence.
to i nter Ihe iin.verslty
i mmm P PPf QTflM
JUJLI I lil L U. I HL JIUM
TO P. T. A.
Tt W-11 he PrmiH Div When
It Will be froua iay wnen .
Every Citizen , of United
States Can Road and Write.
Honshu; and training of teacher,
and taxation to secure school money
formed the theme for an address last
r.ifrht to the state Parent Teacher As
sociation convention tit the county li
brary made by Mrs. Josephine C. Pres
ton, state superintend"!!! of public In
struction f -r Washington.
Mr;.. Pr-ston spoke of the illiteracy
in the South and said that the only
way to overcome the condition was
through voting funds for more schools
and more teaeh'-rs.
It will he a proud day," she re
marked." when every citizen of the
I' nltcd States can read and write."
Teai herases for teachers n ere urg
d by Mrs. Pres'.on. who declared that
uachers. as individuals, should have
a suitable home.
Many Arc I ntrainc
1 dm of Tiiu.iniii teachers. Mrs. I'res-
ton stated. 6". ami are untrained. She
' said that the goal was two years of
professional training as well aa four
of high school training.
are to have good teachers.
I she said, "we must make teaching at-
tractive. The number who go into the
' profession should be increasing, not
It. W. Itituer. president of the Sen
ate during the past sessions, gave a
resume of the ed icational measures
passed at the legislature. He ex
plained hew the teachers training bill
Increased the number of weeks re
quired training: how the sand and
gravel bill gave funds to the schools,
and of a bill -which provided trans
portation for pupils living over two
miles from the school house.
The bill providing that kindergart
ens can he maintained was explained
! hv the speaker. He mentioned also a
I bill which pro', ales thut no school offi
cials or tea- her.
c in sell materials to
bill which raises the
e superintendent from
a year. The central
explained, also the
schools, and a
salary of the si o
Jtl.tiim to $4."ihi
i.ntion bill was
teachers' tenure bill which provides
that in the case of the removal of a
teacher, she can appeal for a hearing
before tho circuit judge, unless five
out of seven directors vote to dismiss
.lolin ;ratke SHaks
John Ciatke. of Portland, made a
stirring talk for the !.;: Exposition lit
Portland. Mr. iliaike comparexl the
northwest to ;i huge svmphouy orches
tra and i:rm l that It attune itself to a
muted effort l:i giving to the world
tin I'ig I'ortbicd exposition.
"The exposition w ;ll t.e -he last word
in besutv." 1,.. declare!. -'All the
electrical l-rlillaucv ei the modern age
n Na.'.e against the sky and the
vi'Mtel. of Iho esi'oslt'.on will be
"1 apponu cxt'i'v woman here us a
miniiioi. of one to work for this ex-
position. 1 et s lu lng the Kast tt the
Wc-t and show them this glorious
Oregon or ours."
uorsK is iivwmitkii.
S.-VKAMKNTO. May 1 ;! ( I". I
j An apartment house on X strt-et, tin
fed by A. 1'agui. was wrecked by a dv
namite bomb. None were killed. The
j police are working on the theory that
an Italian bluck hand ring Is repou
ALOflG E RIVER
Wire Communication With Bat
tle Area is Cut Off so Late
Information is Lacking.
MESSENGER IS SENT TO
PROPOSE AN ARMISTICE
Man Killed as He Steps From
Train; No Attempt to Reach
Body Lying in Line of Fire.
CAMP SHERMAN, Ohio.
May 13. (U. P.) Orders
were received for federal forc
es to prepare for a move into
Mingo county, West Virginia,
to quell the guerilla warfare.
Major; General Reed, com
manding the fifth army corps'
area, notified Colonel Herman
Hall, the commander, to hold
the 19th infantry regiment in
readiness. Trains are awaiting
! to transport the troops on a mo
WILLIAMSON. W.. Va.. May 13.
II". P.t Guerilla warfare continue-
a,on ,he Tus rlvr" TbB fightin& b
en the gtrikin mlncr!), Mat9 PO1c,
and county sheriffs, which opened lit
dawn yesterday, reigned at MarrlmaC,
Sprint;, Hawk and Alburn, according
to meager reports. One l dead and
four wounded according to Uie laal
report. Wire communication with the
battle area ha been cut off since the
fighting started, and late Information
Asked Flrim; l Oaoe
C. W. Smith of Alburn waa Instantly
I killed as he stepped from a train
there, according to word received. No
attempt was made to reach the body,
which was lying in the line of fire.
Superintendent Undsay of the Alburn
Coal company, sent word here that he
had dispatched a messenger to the
warring factions proposing an armis
tice. He asked that the firing ceane
U. S. PLACE IN WORLD
American Academy of Political
and Social Science Meet in
Philadelphia This Week.
Pini.AUEI.PHIA. Pa.. May 13.
(A. P.) The place of tho United
States In a world organization for the
maintenance of peace, Is the general
topic to be discussed at the twenty
fifth annual meeting of the Americuii
Academy of Political Society Science
to be held in Philadelphia today und
tomorrow. The topic has been divided
into six phases, and Include these sub
The record of accomplishment of
the t'.xisting League of Nations; The
Monroe lUntrine; Ktfect of America's
Participation In u World Organiza
tion on the Doctrine; The Possibility
of I lisurmument by International
Agreement, und the Kft'ect of the
Participation of the I'nlted States In
a world organization upon her mi
litary and naval policy; the treatment
of backward people In a world orga
nization, the system of mandates and
ithe obligations of mandatories In the
existing I. (ague of Nations: function
of international courts and nieana of
enforcing their decisions; should such
a court have a compulsory Jurisdic
tion, and what powers. If any, should
be given to the Court to enforce Ha
judgments: the e.-isentluls of an effec
tive world organization.
Speakers invited to discuss the sev
eral subjects include Kaymon.J U. Kos,
dick. New York; Hamilton Holt, New
York: lHivid Jayne Hill, Washington.
I. C: Senator T. 1. Walsh. Montana:
Maun Geut-rul Talker II. Ilium; Ma
jor Ceneral Kob.rt 1 Ilullurd: llep-
lesentative K. W. Mondell, Wyoming;
Miss Jane Ad.inn; Herbert K Smlih.
hCill I tnv ersiiy, Montreal; Former
Attorney General (ieorgo W. Wlckr-
hum, New Yoia: Senator I. l In
root. WlM'onsI n : Jamea M. IIm-b. Nw
York; Henry K. Taft. New York.
.MAIIKIT lU3tU MTKA.DY
POHTUAND. May U (A. P )
Matkets ara ateady.