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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPEB
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
riuriuiui sx?,i r. T7
USE OF FEDERAI
IN MINE ST!
Despite Pressure From State
Authorities President Stands
Pat Regarding : Troops.
CABINET APPEARS TOBE
FIRMLY BEHIND LEADER
Docs Not Consider Army Should
be Used as Police Force in
Any Local Disturbances.
WASHINGTON. Muy 17. (U. P.)
Harding la standing put against the
use of fcdcrul troops In the Weat Vir
ginia, mine slrlko Bltuulion. despite
pressure, from the Hlato authorities,
The cnbinet considered the appeal of
iovernura Morrow of Kentucky and
Morgan of Weat Virginia, for troopa
and they appeared today to he firm.
Iy behind Harding. The president la
reluctant to uao fcdcrtila until he la
convinced that tho alalc uulhorlllea
are powerless .to deal with the situa
Uon, it la undoratood. He doea not
consider the army should be used ua
a. police force In local disturbances. It
Is undoratood President Hardline will
communicate with Governor Morgan
this afternoon, outlining hla opinion.
Refused to Change
WILLIAMSON, W. Va.. May 17.
U. P.) Major C. F. Thompson, war
department repreacnutlve, refused to
change hla recommendations against
ordering fedoral troopa Into Mingo
county to atlfle the industrial worfuro.
Order Grew Out of Anti-Catho-
lie Disturbances at Morelia
Where Fifty Were Killed.
MEXICO CITY. May 11 d'. I' )
President obrcgon ordered tho war
ministry to uae armed force to prevent
clAshea between the aociRllxta and
rathollca He also ordered ihnl milit
ant gronpa bo prevented from mauling
In public buildings or chnrrhCH. The
order grew out of nntl-Caahollc dln
turbaneea nt Morelia. whero DO were
killed 1" a battle lant week.
rOHMMl IHAIIO KKN ATOIt lMI'X
TWIN FA U.S. Idaho, May 17.
Kormer State Benutnr f. P. Atherton
68. who waa defeated In the 102(1 prl
mariea for governor on the republican
ticket by D. W. Davln, present gover
nor, la dead at Ida homo here. Mr.
Atherton came to Idaho from Okla
homa In 1'908 nnd engaged In farm
ing. WASHINGTON. May 17. U'- !'
Itlchurd WaRhburn Child. .the novcliMt,
and ahort atory writer, has been chon-
cn ambaiwador to Italy It la learned at
the white houae.
Child waa connected with the Hard
Ins heudonnrtera, at Marlon, for n
time last summer. He nan been close
to the president alnco his nomination
.i (liicaeo. In June. Thia la hla first
exporlence aa a diplomat.
i..'i..r lo t lilnu Nomliwieel
mt a utti MnTnN Mav 17. f A. P I
t.rri.ient Hardlna also nominated Dr.
Jacob Qould Schurumn aa minister to
CHICAGO, Muy 17. (A. P.) Thr
t lilted Slates railroad labor bourd an
nounced late this afternoon that with
out any further consideration of the
tase now before It, It had decided that
"some reviaion downward of railway
w-agea waa necwuary." The decision
wrua entirely unoxepcted.
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Conaecratlon of llev. Wllllnm T. Mnnn ng na Hie now niKhop of the New
York Epiaiopbl dmiem-, InoUKht many nutaMrx to the coreiiionles. picture
ahowa J. P. Morgan, banker, nnd Oeorse Zabr'skie cliancellor of the New
Vork FJi)lwopal dioeee, about to enter the eaihedral of St. John the Divine,
"here the ceremonies took place.
FEMININE BLUEBEARD MOVED FROM
JAIL TO PRISON
; , '
AT FRENCH CAFE TONIGHT
One hundred plate had been
reserved at noon today for tha
banquet which will be ghen this
evening honoring I.eon Cohen,
premier Pendleton booster. The
banquet will be held at the'
French restaurant at 7:30, and
and members of Ihe Commercial
Association are eligible to attend.
A program of talks has been
arranged with Will M. Peterson
as one of the principal speak
ers. Talks will also lie made by
J. V. Tallman and Dr. F. W.
Vincent, both charter members
of the Commercial Association
and past presidents.
Special nmsie will be a feature
of the evening's entertainment.
McKlrny'a orchestra will play.
American Officers Recommend
Formal Demand be Made
Upon German Government.
WAHHINIITON, May 17. (C. P.)
C.ermnn imlhorltles at Daden directly
refused to hand oyer drover Cleveland
fcergdolt, the slacker to Ihe American
army of occupation, Major William
Hicks or the military Intelligence, tes
tified beforo the house Hcrgdoll com
Ttio request for Hergdoll's return
Waa made through Major Rnghy of the
tullitary IntclliRciicc. at Colilenr.,
through tho German military com
mission thero, Hicks said. Ho added
that American officers In C.ermnnv
have recommended that a formal de
mand be made upon the German na
tional government by the United
States, ire Indicated thts would la
done, as aoon as peace was formally
Charles llrniin and James U. Itomlv.
Jointly accused with Mrs. liergdoll.
wore given the same sentences. All
the sentences are- to be scryrd at the
Atlanta penitentiary. Harry Shiih and
Albert Mitchell, Other two defendants,
were aentonced to nix months In the
Mercer county Jail, at Trenton, N. J.,
and fined l."0 each. 11 was also
provided In tho Shun, and Mitchell
eases that If the fines are paid before
June 13 the prison sentences will be
Motbi-r In Scntemi'd
PHIl AI'KI I HIA. May 17. -(U. 1M
Mrs. Knuna Hcrgdoll, mother of the
slacker brothers, was sentenced to one
year and on day In jail for assisting
them to escape, with a provision that
If ahe paya a 7,0t0 fine before June
IS, the prison aentence will be remitted.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 17, 1921.
Mrs. Southard Does Not Read
or Indulge in Other Methods
HONOI.n.lT. May 17. (U P.)
Mrs. I.ydln Southurd, who is being
held for Twin Fulls. Idaho, authorities
on a charge of having poisoned her
four husbands and her brother-in-law,
was moved from the Oahu Jail to the
pitson hospital and placed under the
phvsican's care. She has eaten but
little since she was taken Into custody,
nci.rl a week ago. Her physician
t'H'il her digestion Is poor and she is
s.r. rering from minor ailments and
evidently from the nervous strain de
spite the calm exterior which she hua
inu ntained. "Mrs. Southard does not
reai t r indulge in other methods of
pa ing her time," the jail attendant
sui.l. ' S'ib Just thinks."
Husliaml (Joes to Mainland
She displays only- a polite interest
when her husband, Paul Vincent Sout
hard, makes his daily visit, according
I to those at the Jail. Sou'hard sent
word to his wife that he has secured
a transfer from the I.'. S. S. Monterej.
stationed here, to the mainland and
txpects to leave Honolulu May i!4
aboard the transport Uuford.
. MlCXII'n CITY. May 17. (A. P.)
Frank Seaman, an alleged American
agitator and another American whose
name is not announced, two Spaniards
and four other foreigners, were order
ed exiielled from Mexico last night as
"pernicious foreigners." The charge
was preferred against them as a result
of their participation In the radical In
vasion of the chamber of deputlea lust
SIX SEATTLE UNIONS
SKATTI.K, May 17. (U. P.)
Seeking an Injunction against the
strike activities of the nmrino work
ers, who walked out May 1, United
States District Attorney Saunders fil
ed In the federal court a complaint
against six local unions and nine of
their executive officers.
The government aslts a judgment
ugainst the defendants or tltl.QUO per
day since May 1 and until such date
us a final Judgment Is rendered. It
also asks a permanent Injunction to
st raining the unions named, or any of
their members, from trespassing up
on the shipping board vessels or oilier
poporty. anil from Interfering with
AVIATOIt KM I.IK IX AUTO
M11AVAUKKE, May 17. (U. P.)
Klause A. Hcrgenthal. aviator with
Paneho Villa In Mexico In 1915. and
killed when his automobile crashed In -
to a street car.
SENATE AND HOUSE ARE
BOTH BUSY DISCUSSING
MANY IMPORTANT BILLS
Today In Congress.
Senate The nomination of D.
I A IT tji..i. ..u inmrnul rnvffiitin 4
commissioner Is to be acted on
by the finance committee. The
military affairs committee Is to
report n the army bill.
House Not In acsslon. The
Hcrgdoll committee continues Its
Investigation. The Judiciary
committee continues Its hearings
on the Volstead beer anpple-
ment. The agriculture commit-
tec considers the ''slack-filled
package" hill. The naval com-
mlttee considers a hill to author-
Ize a bill for the construction of
Hanlcy Who Successfully Hand-1
led Athletic Activities Has
Not Signified Acceptance.
Gratification has been expressed by
the bourd of education and by Supt. H.
B. Inlow' over the caliber of teach
ers assured for the coming yrai -n
the Pendleton schools. Yesterday waa
the final day for teachers who have
been in the schools this year to indi
cate their acceptance of a contract for
1921-22. and 31 of the present force
have Indicated their acceptance.
Included In this list are: Austin
1-andretll, Delia Hush. Flora Shaw,
Gertrude Nush, Neva Lane, Mrs. 8. H.
Forsnaw, Eva Hansen, Carol Wurten
berger, Orvlll Heeves. Mrs. Charles
Bonney, Dorothy Flegel. Kathleen
Meloy, Laura Itos. Fred K. Schmidt,
Elizabeth Severance. Anna Brown,
Agues Carter, Edythe Daubner.
Grace Frost, J3arbura Hoch, Mrs. Par
alec Hailey. Leura Hendricks, Mrs.
taye Idlenutn, Mable Johnson Martha
Johnson,' Mrs.' Ida " KcamTr"T)or(1thy
Ijota, Maude Maxwell, Mrs. Gwendo
lyn Nelson. Florence Sweet, Mrs.
Ihuilry Not On List.
The name of Dick Hanlcy who has
successfully handled the .Pendleton
athletic activities this year. Is not on
the list of those who have accepted,
and Uie assumption that he will not be
here another year is strengthened.
Local fans are keen about the work
that Hanlcy has done with the hih
school teams, and if ho leaves. It will
be lo the sorrow of athletic boosters.
A championship in football, a tie for
Baker for first honors in basketball,
and a championship in Eastern Ore
gon in track activities are some of the
prises hung up through Hanleys work
with the locals.
The evident high standing of Pen
dleton schools In educational circles in
thia and adjoining states is indicated
In the number of first class teachers
who have been secured from larger
cities. A careful examination of the
credentials and records of all teach
ers were made with the Idea in mind
of making the teaching corps of the
high school second to none In the
Miss Edith Mae Isely has be'1!! se
cured for the English department of
the high school. She is a graduate of
Lawrence college In Wisconsin nnd
has done post graduate work at Co
lumbia university, f'esides these qual
ifications. Miss Isely has a splendid
record as a successful teacher. She
comes to Pendleton with a record of
four years work in a Wisconsin city
noted for its progresslvcness in edu
Louise M. Hers, who has been
teaching In Colorado, will teach Span-1
ish nnd history. In mathematics work
Miss Ruth Ann AVMson will be a new
member of the faculty. She has been
head of the mathematics department
of the Rnseburg high school. She la
graduate of the. University of Ore
gen. and her university record und
teaching record are both of high or
The department of home economics
will he in charge of Miss Marilla Dun
ning who has been dolng thls work nt
Mc.MiniivHIe for two years. She is a
graduate of the Oregon Agriculture
Miss Ullle Miller Is another grad
uate of the state university who has
been secured. She has been at Marsh-
field where she taught three years,
and she is highly recommended.
For the elementary grades a list of
teachers, till of whom are from Ore
gon, has been secured. Following are
the graduates of the Oregon Normal
school who have accepted contracts:
Varenu M 1- Puntenney. Florence Bus-
chode. Flov Norton. Sybil A. Wilson
is a graduate of the California nor-
Several nf tho grade teachers navel "This alone speass wen lor .i.e.
had experience as principals and all : merchants of Pendleton, and while the
of then, are experienced. Miss Nor- sanitary conditions are a most Import -
., , , .. ,.!, ,., i liuit feature in reference to the health
;o KltNOISS KXf.lST AID.
WASHINGTON, May 17. (A. P.I
Governors of several" western states
enlisted the aid of Secretary of the
Interior Fall ill the reclamation plans,
i-,,,!!,,,. h. liia.le the visit in nor-
ri.ui. nf Mann, (-amotion nf
1 Orisona. Hart of Washington, Mayby
of Utah and uoyie oi xsevaaa.
IHANY POLISH INSURGENTS WERE
m inilARS AT GOGOLIM
SIIFXia 'WHERE GERMANS
Tension Over Polish Revolt in
Upper Silesia Seems to Have
Passed in Official Circles.
LLOYD GEORGE AND BRIAND
Millerand and King Albert
Reach Complete Agreement
on Action to be Taken.
LONDON. May 17. (A. P.) The
tension over the Polish revolt In Up
per Silesia seemed here today to have
passed. An exchange of views on the
subject has been proceeding between
I.ondnn and Paris and there seemed to
"be confidence that Premier Lloyd
George and Premier Briand would
reach an understanding when they
Conference Is Held
PABIS. May 17 (A. P.) Presi
dent Millerand conferred with King
Albert of Belgium and members of the
French and Belgian ministries yes
terday reaching a complete agreement
on the action France and Belgium
would take in case Germany should
send troops into Upper Silesia without
authorization from the allies.
Korfaiity Semi MematP.
OPPELN, May 17. tA. P.) The
Polish executive committee In Silesia,
of which Adelbert Korfanty Is presi
dent, has telegraphed the Interallied
commission here stating the insurgents
are ready to retire sufficiently to In
sure Immediate cessation of hostilities
with Germans providing the ground j
they occupy is occupied by the oll.es
und not by the Germans.
Xwt'ce Is Served.
WASHINGTON. May 17. (A. P.)
Definite though infonuaj notification
has been served on soviet Hussia by
the state department that so long as
Americans ore held prisoners in Rus
sia there exists no chance of recogni
tion of the soviet government in any
form by the United States. A score
or more Americans are still under
guard in Russia and the state depart
ment is convinced that Russian au
thorities have not concerned them-,
selves even with amelioration of the
condition of these prisoners.
SKXATK HF.POHTS I AVOl! AHI.Y.
WASHINGTON, May 17. (A. P.)
The senate finance committee fa
vorably reported on the nondnation of
David H. Blair of AVinston-Salem. as
commissioner of internal revenue.
After being in Pendleton for about
three weeks three deputies of the
State Dairv and Food Commission
have au6ut cunipleted their work, and
thev have Issued a statement showing
that sanitary conditions here are very
aood Pendleton dealers, however,
fail In manv respects to abide by theluous place,
provisions of the state laws in tehir
methods of handling products, the in
spectors declare. i
..i.o-.-fvotinn- n Infill nf a little
teas than 1 DUO have been assessed
against I mat.ua county men nnS, ,,rol,erlv label.il. Name and
the period that the inspectors have ;"- ' anJ
1. the Inspectors have
Inspected I'SH places. Twenty-five
cows have been given the t ibercular
rests at. the owners cost. A cow wa
condemned and slaughtered at Milton
yesterday. The following statement ol
conditions was made today by K. L
Mellon, a deputy inspector:
"Sanltury Conditions Good."
"Three deputies from the dairy and
food commissioners department have
just completed a most thorough in
spection of all grocery stores, restau
rants, markets, slaughter houses, soft
drink places, dairies, milk depots and
other places where food Is manufac
tured for sale or sold as human food
In the city of Pendleton. W'e wish at
this time to state, that on account ol
! ignorance of the law a number of fines
I have been imposed. We have found
! and corrected a number of evils in and
about these establishments. Only
one fine has been pa'.d on account of
i insanitary conditions found therein
, " . . . ... .......... i r
lot all. we wish to compliment the;
I merchants for their efforts in this line
'Vet, we feel It our duly to warn you
against further violation of the law.
' 1' more careful in your methods of
doing ousiness. lo-wu: ah iooii mi
package form must have net-weight
on outside of Daekaue or net contents'
therein. Milk w hen served or sold
such, must contain 3.1 percent butter
WILL PUBLISH LIST
OF DRAFT SLACKERS
AFTER FULL INQUIRY
A partial list of slackers from Ore
gon has been received by the East Ore
gonian from the war department, the
list received being offered for publi
cation May 1. The list received con
tains one name with a Umatilla county
address. The list has been referred to
County Clerk Brown, who waa a mem
ber of the county draft board. The
same action will le taken regarding
subsequent lists received by this paper.
I After the list Is complete and there
1 ha been full oDDortunlty to checH
against possible mistakes or chances
of Injustice the slacker list for Uma
tilla county "will be published.
Several months ago the county
clerk received a list of 25 supposed
slackers from Umatilla county, the list
being from the adjutant general of
Oregon. However after consulting the
records of the Umatilla county pairio
tic service league the clerk found a
i number of these men tyid enlisted In
the service. However Mr. Erown was
unable to account for all the names
and believes there will be some slack
ers from this county when the final
lists are In. He recalls several men
with whom .he draft board had con
AND GROOMS SHOULD
GIVE THIS ATTENTION
Prospective brides and grooms
please see the entertainment commit
tee of the Merchants' and Manufac
turers' Carnival immediately:
Philo Bounds who is chairman of
the committee is conducting a quiet
search for a couple w ho will be mar-
ried during the carnival as a part of I
the activities that are being planned
to make the affair the most interesting
of Its kind ever held in thia section of
Oregon. : ' ' '
Some special Inducements are being
provided to secure a wedding as an
attraction of the carnival. The minis
ter to officiate at the ceremony, the
marriage license and flowers are all
assured now. Some special prizes are
also being arranged. .
Mr. Rounds declares that he has a
"prospect" for the event, but he re
fuses to make names public.
MASON DKI IVKltS MESSAGE.
NEW YORK. May 17. (A. P.)
Abrogation of national labor agree
ments on railroads was urged by
Stephen C. Mason, president of the
National Association of Manufactur
ers in his annual message to the asso
fat. If sold In a restaurant or hotel
ou may post a notice in a conspicu-
ous place, ' Skimmed Milk Served
Here." Cream mast contain rer
cent butler-tut. All places where
sausage is sold that contains any
flour must post a notice in a consplc-
We Use Cereal In Our
"False advertising or
making a in
isstatemeiit in reference
I to foods,
: weicllts a
misbranding, and short-
it is also illegal to buy and slaugh
ter any animal tor human food in any
yard, shed, or other filthy, insanitary
place outside of a clean, state-regulated
slaughter house. All of above are
violations of the focal laws of Oregon.
"While this is intended for your in
formation, It is u legal notice as well."
Dairies Make liiiprovi'im-nts.
"L. S. Leach. Dairy Inspector, haa .
Just completed a most thorough in- I
spectlon i f all dairies who market
their milk in Pendleton. Sediment
tesls of nulk have been taken. mau
re-iuspectious mude. a number of cor
rections and improvements havo been
completed. New barns und milk
houses have been built, new cement
floors an.l drains are under construc
tion, new milk coolers, sanitary milk
paiis strainers, and other needed uten
s.ls hae been bought, and more im
provements will follow. The milk
business in this part of the stale Is
i somewhat in its Infancy, and we ask
me .. .
the citizens of I en.llelon to help bring
1 this most important of all foods up
to the rvqu'red standard of sanitation
and iU.Uily. Clean milk and clean
food are healthful foods.
"The depul.es. K W. Duncan, L. S.
Leach and K. L. Molton wish to stale
that they have received the most cour
teous treatment from all, und a real
i willingness to co-operate
In every way to better tn mna ami
usl food condition, and obey the law. Vvrj
- : this we wish to thank you.'
Engagement Bitterly Fought;
Polish Snipers Using Machino
Guns and Rifles on Germans.
MOST IMPORTANT BATTLE
BETWEEN TWO FORCES
Germans Continued to Fight
as Irregular Forces in
Conjunction With Italians.
OPPELN. Upper Silesia, May IT. ",'
(Carl D. Groat. V. P. Staff Corres
pondent.) Mor than 100 Polish In
surgents were, killed by the German
Irregulars at Gogolln. where the Ger
man, .summed full control. . German.
losses were mum. in
was bitterly fought, the Polish snlper
using machine guns and rifles on the
Germans, who filtered into the city
from the open country. The Gogolin
engagement was the most ImporUnt of
the numerous skirmishes between the ,
two forces. '
The Germans continued to fight as
Irregular forces. In conjunction with'
DIRECTORS OF LOYAL -LEGION
AND LUMBERMEN MEETj
Report Stated That 75 Per
TVrit of -.-Affiliated . Mills
Are Now in Operation.
PORTLAND, May 17. (A. P.)
Directors of the Loyal L-gion of Log
gers and Lumbermen today are con
sidering a wage revision. A report,
stated that 75 per cent of the affiliat
ed mills are now running. Directors
yesterday fined six companies on the
charges of paying less than the auth
orlied scale. Among the companies
fined was the Coos Bay Lumber com-
pany. at Marshfield.
- -PORTLAND, May 17. (C !')
Chief of Police Jenkins mobillwd all
reserve police and added them to the
force which has been patrolling the
j water front since the Initial riot aboard
the steamer Swirt Scout uue yesier.
day. More trouble occurred on th
waterfront, following the Swift Scout
outbreak, last night and early today.
Three riot call were turned In. A
pitched battle between the Btrlkers
and strike breakers was broken up.
Arthur Mason a strikebreaker- Is lo.
the hospltul. Captain George Bridgett
of the Swift tcout, was mauled.
Many minor injuries wore received and
arrests were made. The police fear
OLYMPIA. Muy 17. (U. P. Act
ing Governor William ("Wee") Coyla
granted a 3d day reprieve to Isoin
White, the youth sentenced to ham
May it). White's fate is now hold In
abeyance pending the return of Gov
Reported by Major Lee Moorhouae,
if fUial weather observer.
Minimum 4. '
Barometer SK.43. '.