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twice the guaranteed paid circulation
In Pendleton and I nmlili county of
any other newspaper.
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OEEOON, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY. 21, 1921
TO SEIiD TROOPS
TO UPPER SILESIA
British Forces in Rhine Dist
' . rict Prepare to Send Troops
Into Disputed Districts.
REPORTS COME FROM '.
Provisional Division Will Con
. sist of 2 Infantry Brigades, 3
Batteries of Field Artillery.
BERLIN, Majf 21. (!'. P.) Ttrltlsh
force in the Rhine district or pre
paring to end a military contingent
Into Upper fHlesla. according to re
iport from Cologne. The provisional
division will consist of two Infuntiy
brigades, three batteries of field artil
lery, and tha uaual eomplement of
cavalry, flyer and ploneera.
YOUTHFUL ROBBER IS
BAN FRANCISCO. May !. (A.
P.) A description of the robber who
last night ripped oien 61 ack after
holding up a mall clerk on tha South,
ern PaolHo train JO mlle northeast
of her, coused the ofllcer today to
aend clrculora asking tha a r rent of
Roy Gardner, who escaped at Port
land a year ago while en route to Mc
Nell' to aerve a ntenc for an $7,
00 mall robbery near Ban Diem.
LANDIiORD M K IIU. '
CltlOAOO. Slay II. ('. P
John Clarfl, ft landlord. killed hlin-
self a a result f wnynaer quartet
with hla tenant. lie recently rained
the rent on one apartment building
from 145 to l a month. Knit In the
court waa iorted to hy the tenant.
Mr. Clark found her husband In the
kitchen with the ga turned on. Hi'
JOHN CROW, PROMINENT
Mr. Crow Was Known as Friend
of Umatilla 'Indians and
of Presbyterian Mission.
John Crow, Br., aged S. prominent
Umatilla county man and one of the
first farmera of the reservation, died
at noon today after a long Illness. He
had been bedfast for several months.
Mr. Crow waa born February. J.
1166, near Oregon City. He came to
rmatllla county 42 years ago and set
tled on the reservation. He was one
of the county's mont successful farm
era, and while he was affected by the
financial crista of 1S53. he regained
his fortune In later years. ' Mr. Crow
won known ai a friend of the Umatil
la. Indians and of the Presbyterian
. He Is survived by hla widow, Mrs
Myrtle Crow, a son. Claud Crow, two
sisters, Mrs. E. A. Causer of Walls
Walla and Mrs. Klla Driver,' of Mau
. pin; two half , sister. Mrs. James
Ooodlln of Junction City and Mrs
Dm ma Imtram of Harrisburg; e
grandchild, Alice Crow: two nephews.
John Crow, Jr., and Elmer Crow of
Tendleton. and three nieces. Mrs. Mitt,
tile Parlett of Walla Walla; 'Mrs. Nora
Alanley, of Kllensburg, Washington,
and Mra. Inea Hanscom of Pendleton.
Funeral services will be held -oi
Monday at 10 o'clock from the Pres
byterian church with Rev. Oeorge U
Clark and Ret. J. M. Cornellson offi
ciating. The services will be undei
the direction of the Masonic lodge of
which Mr. Crow was a member.
ROSE SHOW WILL BE
HELD SOMETIME IN JUNE
Pendleton la to hold It annii-
al Rose Bliow , aoine time in
June and the allowing of, lovely
blossoms win be tinder the aus-
nloes of Ihe Pendleton Worn- 4
en'a Club," according to ' art-
announcement made today by
Mrs. E. T. Wade; president. :
The date for the ahow la In-
definite and will deoeud upon
tho rose season, but It Is thought
i nut the bioums will be rcudy by
about June (. The show will be
held In the county library". Each
year hundreds of choice blooms
are djsplnyed and the Rose
Show Is line of the most pleaa-
; Ing of the events of early sum-
tnr In Pendleton.
DEU'l XATIC LEADERS
FV 7 TO KEEP FORD
NEWBERRY CASE ALIVE
ON SOLDIER RELIEF
Satis for Americanization
of Future Seen in Action
to be Taken by Congress.
WASHINGTON. May I. The com
ing of auoiher Memorial Duy, the nro
clamatlnn for hlch has. Just been Is-
nifd by the President. Is serving to
center attention upon the relief meo
rures pending In Congress for the dis
abled veterans of the World War. As
a result, these promise to be much In
the mind of those who participate;
either In rpeakers or spectators at the
Memorial Day exercises. ' Due to the
intensive driv.m being msde In behalf
of adequate hospital facilities for the
III, a pnhlic M'ntiment has been built
up back of hospitalization and similar
measures In Congress which promises
to bring results In as short order aa Is
That the very foundation of
ceerfiil Americanization movementa
from now on may he found In the
tense of satisfaction developed on the
part of World War veterans over a
recognition by Contrresa of their claim
Upon the sympathies and the support
of the American people, Is being sug
tested. The organization of Legion
forces In a practical way for the pur
pone of furthering the Interests of the
mtmhers Is being emphasised hy ac
tivities within the Individual Rtales.
In Iowa, for example, the-Ptate de
partment has adopted aa a slogan,
"Pervlce for Our Buddie.". This or
similar rallying cries are being adopt
ed In other State. ,
The President, In hla proclamation,
said tn part: "I Invite my fellow citi
zens fittingly to pay homage on this
(Memorial) day to a noble dead who
sleep In homelal, beneath the sea, or
on foreign fields, 'bat we .who survive
might enjoy the blessings of peace and
happiness and tn the end that liberty
and Justice, without which no miitnn
can exist, hnll live forever."
BACRAMF.NTO. May U. P.)
Chinese long wars took a serious
turn when 0 members of the Hipslng
Tong cornered a group of Ring Kong
in a general merchandise store al
lOrke. set fire to the store and be
gan shooting Into the burning build
ing. The police and citizens 1 were at
tracted by the blaze, routed the at
tacking Highbinders and rescued thf
prisoner from the burning building.
PAPERS WAI.IjS WITH NOTES
GENEVA. May 21. (A. P.) Pa
pering the walls with Austrian bank
notes proved such a good advertise
ment for a St. Oall restaurant that
other Innkeeper have taken up the
Idea. They have found that the cost
is little more than that of good wall
. A. Geneva firm recently began pin
ning Austrian notes Of from 10 tc
1,000 crown on each woman's gar
ment sold, according to the amount of
WOMAN SI IC1DFS AT MOVIE.
NEWARK. N. J.. May 21. (U. P.t
Mr. Mabel Connelly, 19 year of
age, suicided tn a movie thenter aft
er Elmer J. Broadwell, also IS, refus
ed her proposal of marrluge.
MOST IMPRESSIVE OBSERVANCE OF
MEMORIAL DAY EVER HELD IN CITY
IS BEING PLANNED FOR THIS YEAR
Program is in Charge of Pen
dleton Post No. 23, Ameri
can Legion and Others.
One of the most Impressive obser
vance of Memorial Day ever held In
Pendleton Is planned for - thl year
when the program will be In charge of
Pendleton Post No, 23, American Le.
glnn. Cooperating with the legion
nnrles will he the Bpanlsh American
Veterans end the men of the G. A.
R, to Insure that an opportunity (or
local people to remember In fitting
manner the services of former soldier
and sailor Is extended. -
The program will Include a parade
to the cemetery In which the place of
honor will be accorded to veteran of
the Civil War. Other civic and fra
ternal organizations have been extend
td an Invitation to participate, and
the committee In charge ha received
assurance from organized labor, the
Commercial Association and lodges
that their memberships will form a.
column to march to the cemetery.
Chairman Democratic National
Committee Urges Committee,
to Keep Investigation Going
WASH1XOTO.V, May 21. (IJ. P.)
Democratic leaders, determined to
keep the Ford-Newberry case alive,
planned a fight to prevent the senate
elections committee Investigation of
the mutter from being abandoned,
Oeorge White, chairman of the dem
ocratic national committee, urged Hen
ator Pomerene to Ohio, ranking dem
ocrat on the committee, to keep the
Thnt the Roosevelt highway will be
routed through Pendleton was stated
today by A. W. Traeey, representa
tive, In a talk before the local auto
club at a luncheon at the Hotel Pen
dleton at noon today. The affair In
hrnor of Mr. Traeey waa also attend-
ed by a number of Walla Walla men
headed by Mayor Ben Hill, From here
Mr. Traeey goes to The Dalles and he
will be driven down by D. H. Nelson.
The route of the Roosevelt hlgh
woy through this section, as outline.!
by Mr. Traeey will I from Spokane to
Pendleton via Oolfax. Lewiston. Day
ton and Walla Walla. From here to
Portland the highway will follow the
Presbyterians Refuse to Pass'
Resolution Approving His j
Plans for Revivals.;
WINONA LAKE. Ind.. May 21. (U.
P.) Billy Siimiuys sawdust trial
method of getting church member Is
frowned on hy his own denomination!
I More thnn tM commissioners, repre-
sentlng a million and a half Presby
terians, refuser, to pass a resolution at
the general assemhly expressing their
approval of Pundny's methods of revival-.
AMERICANS MAKE CI FAX
LONDON, -Mur 21. (I. P.) Am
erican golf stars at Holyoke made n
clean sweep of foursomee which start
ed the International matches between
American and British teams.
CONTINUE. 3 DEAD
ROME. May 21. (A. P.) Three
dead, two dying and many are wound
ed as the result of a pitched battle be
tween Ihe communists and the ex
treme nationalists at Chlusi and Tus
cany, where post -election disorders
continue. ' '
PERKINS WILL RE SECRETARY.
WASHINGTON, May 21. (A. P.)
Appointment of George W. Perkitls,
lr., of New York, as executive secre
ary to Postmaster General Kays was
innnunced today. Mr. Perkins Is a
'on of the lute George W. Perkins,
who was one of the founders of the
Lt. Col. Charles Wellington Furlong
has been secured to make the chief
address of the day. His speech will be
mndo on a special stand that will be
erected on the side of the hill at the
cemetery, and his subject will deal
with the heritage that has been receiv
ed by the present generation from
those generations that have tolled and
fought In the past.
Special music will consist of hand
numbers which the Pendleton band
ha volunteered for the occasion, and
Mrs. 8. H. Forshaw Is In chrg of
vocal number which will be given at
Tom Keating Is In charge of
i-n t crnine ni . fnr B,Mi(-intf a firinv anillkrt
which will fire a volley. Volunteers
for this part of the program are want
ed, and Keatln would like for fellows
who have iood uniforms to get In .
touch with h'm. Flowers In profusion j
are being arranged for decorating the LONDON, May 21. (!', P.) The
grave of veterans. 'ltrltlsh torsi force, accompanied by 37
The two troop of Roy Scouts of Wltneaes are en route for Lelpsic.
Pendleton have promised to assist In where the trials of the Herman var
the parade. They will he In full unl-'g"llty Is scheduled lo heeln Monduy.
form and Scoutmaster J. M. Cornell- lln Ihe party were Solhltor Uneral
on exneots full turnout of the boys. Pollock, king' counsel, Hume Wll
Xh whol iM-ogram will be held In Ham- unit Treasury lawyers Celtic
British Calavry Swept Narrow!
Streets Clearing Them of
' Mobs of Revolutionists.
MANY NATIONALISTS .
KILLED AND WOUNDED
Details of Engagement Are
Meager; Renewed Outbreaks
Are Expected Hourly.
CAIRO, Rgypt. May 21. U. P.
Fighting continued between the Brit
ish Uonps and the Egyptian national
1st here and In Alexandria. The
EritlBh jcavnlry swept the narrow
streeta here, clearing them of the mobs
of revolutionism. Heavy casualt e
are reported. Many nationalists were
killed and wounded In engaacmeh'.s
with the British troops at Alexandria.
One Britisher waa killed. - The details
are meaner. Renewed outbreaks are
ALEXANDRIA, May 2i-Heavy
reinforcement of British soldiers
were brought here and into Cairo "to
quell the nationalist uprising. Spo
radic fighting continued Ln both cities
KHF.r.P TRAVF.L FIRST CLASS
BAN FRANCIHCO. May II. (A. P.)
--Thirteen blooded Corriesdale sheep
arrived here today a first class pas
sengers aboard tbe liner Marmara
from :ew Zealand. First cla-v pas
senger fare waa paid for euch of the
animals and they had a pen on the
i promenade deck and two keepers. The
I sheep, rive of them rams, were 'con
signed to a resident of Ban Francisco,
land will le used for breeding pur
WILL BE HELD THREE
DAYS. MAY 26-27-28
Decision to Continue on Sat
urday Made so People From
Out of City Can Attend.
Decision tn hold the Merchants' and
Manufacturers' Carnival three day In
stead of two, as was orgtnally plan
ned, has been made by consent of the
firms who will have exhibits In Happy
Canyon. Extension of the carnival
to include Saturday, May 28, wua made
so that people from the outlying sec
tions who ordinarily come to town to
do their trading on Saturday may
have an opportunity to see the exhibits
A surprise is In more ior Pendleton
people when the wedding that has
been planned t.a one of the features i
solemnized. One of . the 'most prom
inent young business men of Pendleton
lias secured the consent of his bi'ide
elect to have the weuding at the car
nival. Former plans to have a num
oor of presents given the couple by
"isiness films may be discarded in
View of the desires of the couple to
have no gilts. Ihe identity of the
couple remains a doped secret and all
efforts to get Chairman Philo Rounds
of the entertainment committee to tell
who the groom will he wero In vain.
Enthusiasm of business men has de
veloped with the untold. ng of the pus,
ailiillttes of the show, and this morn
ing It was necessary - to t'lrn down a
neinher of flint, who after inspectin
the progress that has already been
made, expressed a desire to get booth
space. Other firms who receive,)
small space tried In vain tnvhave the
sixe of their booths Increased . .
The Commercial Association will
have an Information booth fitted out
by Monday with a secretary Jn charge
tn take care of wants of exhibitors. A
telephone will be installed and aid Vill
he rendered to firms who are engaged
in getting' their booths In readiness for
the carnival. ,
Booths that are nearlng completion
are those of, ihe Empire Meat Co.,
Cru Ik shank aed Hampton, I'lnatllln
Flour and Grain Co., Thomas Shop,
Hopf's Cpstair Shop. Peoples Ware
house, nond Bros, and Alexanders.'
CREST OF FLOOD NEAR;
EXPECTED IT WILL BE
Columbia River at Lewiston,
Wenatchee and Umatilla
Continues to Rise1, Rapidly.
PORTLAND. May 2L (A. P. I
Poss.bility thnt the, crest of the flood
is near is indicated by a weather bu
r:tu prediction thai the Willamette,
wh.ch I flooded by backwater from
the Columbia, will be nearly station
ary Tuesday, following the ' predicted
stage of 2-1 and 1-10 Monday. The
Willamette today Is 1) and 3-10, a
rise of one and one-tenth
The Columbia continued 'rising ex-
cept at Lewision, where a. drop of : -
teruns ik reponea. wenaicnee is 3.,
rise of one and four tenths; Lewis
ton Is 18 5-10; L mat ilia. 21 1-10, a rise
ol one and two tenths; The Dalles, 34
1-1, a rise of 1 7rlfl.
turner Docks I'nder Water.
PORTLAND. May 21 Ai P.) A
lull In the rising flood of the Willam
ette river at Portland is announced by
the weather bureau but a warning i
issued that the halts are only tempo
rary, and the lower business section
along Front street probably will be
under water early next week. All
commission houses and business firms
in the district are moving their stocks.
Docks are being cleared of freight.
The lower docks are already under
four feet ot water.
Itlver May TOse. , '
' PORTLAND May 21. (A. P.)
Forecaster Wells said that while the
river would be nearly stationary Tues
day, a further r'.s may result If the
heavy melting snow In the mountains
continues. . ,
TO HER HUMBLE HOME
Court Placed Her Under Attor
ney's Care on Condition That
- She Report for Trial.
FARMINGTON, Mo., May 21. (!'
P.i Letta Parsons, the II year old
bride, accused of killing her six-year
old stepchild, Lilly, returned to her
humble home in the Ozarks on the.
Inn mountain. Her woodahonner
husband took her home when she was j
paroled by Judge. Peter Houck. The
court placed her In custody of her at
torney, Jerry Burk, on condition that j
she report at the Jail again when the
trial on a charge of manslaughter In
the fourth degree, opens. The mur
der charge was dismissed.
STREET CAR STRIKE IS
CAUSE OF STREET RIOT
ALBANY. N. Y., May 21. (F. P.)
Reinforcements of state constabu
lary were rushed here ns the result of
renewed rioting in the street car
strike. Two civilians and two state
policemen were seriously injured.
Scores of other were bruised when
the police rode their horses throuRh
the crowds. The rioting grew to such
proportions early today that the
I'nited Traction company was forced
to' withdraw Its cars from operation
and lemove the strikebreakers. The
moh of 5000 dispersed after the car?
had ceased running.
Postal authorities, sheriffs and po
lice posses nre engaged in a wide
spread Investigation of the robbery of
the Southern Pacific mnll car on the I
Overland L'mited near New Castle
last niiiht. Inspectors are attempting
to determine whether the robherv was
carrie.l out by "someone who had per
sonal knowledge of the workings of
the railway mail service. The loot
secured through rlflinc the registered
mail sacks is estimated at tlO.rtiiii by
Southern Pacific and mnll officials, lt
was the most daring, as well as the
most methodically arranged train
robherv in the history of California.
AMERICANS MAKE CLEAN SWKKI
HOY LAKE, England, May 21. tA.
P. ' American golf team here to con
test Rrittsh amateur champion, begin
ning Monday, made a clean sweep In
foursome arranged a a part of the
preliminary matches with' HrlUsh
players today. Cyril Trolley. British
amateur champion, hefented Charles
jV. iChickt Evans American amateur
ch.Tnuilon in their Individual match
FOCH TRIES TO SEE
Hero Was Discovered at Meet
ing in Civilian Clothes Try
ing to Appear Inconspicuous.
PA RIP, May 21. fA. P.)rMarshal
pv,.iia in tii full reenlis of a mar'
fl,a f France, decorations 'baton and
all. was presiding over a meeting of
French war veterans at the Invallde
the other night, when he espied
Marvhal Foeh, In civilian clothe, seat
ed about the 10th row from the plat-i
Horm and trying to appear lnconspicu -
j';s between a former private and a)
"What are you doing, there?'- he;
called out from the stage, "your place
up here, come right here this min
ute," he added ln mock serious tone.
After the meeting, as they were
leaving the hall, ome one overheard
Marshal Fayolle ask Marshal Foeh
i-oirething to this effeet: "What was
the idea of occupying a hard bench In
the audience when you could sit on a
nice easy cho'r on the platform?"
Foeh replied: "I just wanted to ee
bow a marshal of France looked -In
uniform to a mere civilian."
Marshal Petain is a great admirer
rf Shal.espeare. When Jacques Co -
eau company put on ine iemn
Xii-ht" at the Vieux Colombier Thea
ter recently, he attended the perform
ance four times.
He ni peal-ed to take especial delight
in the scene where the two soldiers in
bje.-t fear bolster up bne another's
criirane by bombastic and war-like ut
lernners wh le shivering with terror.
SOI DIKlt IS K1U.F1.
Dt'BLIN. May 21. U. P.) A.
band of armed men raided the Jervis
hospital and remove: a wounded ol--(
dler on a stretcher hito the hospital I
yard and there killed him.
MARINE ENGINEERS TO
VOTE ON SETTLEMENT
NEW YORK. May 21. (F. P.)
Striking marine engineers in the At-
1 tahtiej ai.d gulf ports will vote to
j morrow on the proposed settlement
'of their difference with the American
j steamship owners association, which
resulted in a walkout three weeks
I No vote will be taken on the Paci
fic coast, 'as the strikers there believe
j they have the operators bested and
(want no compromise. The settle
Iment agreed upon In Washington b'
representative of strikers, w.. -rs and
the shipping board, provlaen ior a 15
percent wage reduction, reinstate
ment of the strikers and prorata for
lHil.ICF. Alt EC.VI LED.
lRTLAND. May 21. (A.
The police were called today
two .strikebreakers were hit hy
thrown by strike sympathizers
the Kroadway bridge.
HAS 100 TREATIES
GENEVA, May 21. (U. P.)
That open, diplomacy has made some
progress since the war despite all set
hacks was phown today when tlv?
1 ea'cue of Nations announced a total
of oo tnterratinnal treaties had now
been duly registered with it since Ver
sailles The last bundle to. arrive included
the Russian-British trade agsrement,
recently signed at Londont
tif the 100 mentioned above. Ens
land has registered 23. The Amhae
sdirs . Council, acting or the Allied
Powers, has sent in 13. while Germany
and France have each recorded 12.
CH1AOO. May 21. U P Two
new vi fetsitms from mvn accused tn
connection with immhlng ant sliiRnint:
plot tn Cicapo'a labor troubles, in An
noumetl by the police. James Swee
ney, an allege illeailcr of the (rang
which bombeil ncores of huiltlinK here
Riul A ml re w Hartlett, accused of be
tiiic the "chief bomber' have eonfew.
otl. Chief of Police Charles Film Mot rin
The utoriesi tobl -by Sweeney and
I'artlett are practically Identical with
the confession of Andrew Kerr, a
nemer of th Sang, who first
FREIGHT- TRAIN .
HELD UP BY 26
Bandits Hold Train Crew at
Bay With Revolvers, Obtain
TRAIN WAS DELAYED 46
MINUTES TO REMOVE LOOT
Six Motor Trucks Were, Used
to' Haul Away Goods; Hold
! up Was' Carefully Planned.
NORTH TONA WANDA, N. T.,
21--U. P.) Bandit mopped the
westbound faxt freight on the New
York Central railroad'. Sanborn
biunch near here, held the fireman,
and engineer at bay with revolvers,
robbed the cars of, merchandise valued
at 5'i,"(i, then escaped. About Zt
bandits took part in the holdup, and
six motor trucks were used to haul the
ioot. ' .. , x .'"'"
The '.rain was slopped a It waa go.
ing up a heavy grade. There were 2
iandits all armed. The crew wan
easily overpowered. The robber stop
ped the train fully 4i minute tn re-
I move the loot. Seventeen car were
brnknn ontn. Vhn th train r.ih.
j d i. Ia,e(, it was n,ertbed by
. rirOHll m.n , -half omntv." Tho
nlduo WB wet planned, the detec-
tives raid. ' A trail was left for a short
distance behind the fleeing trucks hy
bolts of silk and other merchandise
which Joggled ijnt. Hcore of detec
tive and poi.es arf ncouiing the coun
try hereabout, btit no clue to tha
robber has been obtained.
t BOV. IH.RTO PF.M.MX IX
WASHINGTON, May $1. (A, P.)
Major General Enoch H. CroWder,
sent to Cuba by President Wilson to
offer til counsel to the Cuban gOT
erumerit In straightening out election
tangles, will be kept at Havana for
tome time In the same capacity, it .
was said today at the state depart- -inent.
General Crowder Is coming to
Washington in a few day for a brief
rest before resuming hi work In Cu
It had oeen expects! that With the
Inauguration, today of the new Cu
ban president. General frowder
would he relieved of his assignment.
IMMIGRATION BILL HAVE
Approximately 355,000 For
eign Born Persons Will be
Permitted Entrance to XT. S.
WASHINGTON. May 21. (I'. P.)
Plans for enforcing the new immi
gration limitation bill are perfected.
They are based on a three per cent
clause. Approximately 355.000 . for
eign born persons will be permitted
entrance Into the Fnited Stntea from
the time the bill become effective. In
two week, until Jujy I. 1922, when
the measure expires Automatically.
These countries will be restricted to
approximately the following number
of their nationals during the restrlc.
tive period: I'nited Kingdom, 77.000;
Germany, 75,01)0; Russia, 51,ii0; Aus
tria, 60,000; Italy. 49.U00, Sweden.
19.000: Norway 12.000; Denmark. B,
000. France, Switzerland. ' Holland.
Hreeoe, each SO'iO: Roumania, 1000;
Turkey, 20i0; Portugal, 10O0; Rel
(Huni, 1000; Siwin. 700; Ilulgarla, 300;
Serbia, 1000; Montenegro, 2"0. Sever
al smaller countries are not Included
in the list.
Reported hy Major Lee MoorhoiiH