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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1921.
CARNIVAL OPENING AT HAPPY CANYON THIS AFTERNOON
WILLIAM II. TAFT
WILL BE CHIEF
JUSTICEOF II. S.
Harding Will Appoint Ex-Presi-dent
as Successor to Late
Edward Douglas White.
NOMINATION MAY GO TO
SENATE WITHIN A WEEK
Former President is Said to
Have Made Up His Mind to
Accept the Appointment.
WASHINGTON. May SI. (f. 1'.)
President Harding- Uuh decided to
appoint ex-Prcsident William II. Tuft
to the high office uf chief Justice of
the United fcHates, as a successor to Ihe
late Edward Iouglaa White. It h
been learned on the highest authority.
The nomination may go to the acnato
within a week or ton days. Jaft In
aald to hiivo made up his mind to ac
Is Willing to Remarry Her Be
fore She is Taken From Jail
to Answer Murder Charge.
HONOLULU. May 2s.--A. P.1
Amplifying a statement made earlier
lit which he had said he knew his mat.
rtae to Lyda Trueblood Southard was
Illegal, Pnul Vincent Southard ex
pressed his w lllluBiicsB to remarry Her
before she Is taken from the Jail here
to lrt to Idaho to answer charges
of murder In connection wish the
death of her fourth huumnd. Kdward
V. frver. '
u..inhar.i urevloiislv had said he)
married Mrs. Southard In I is Angeles
last November about a month after
h had been divorced. California laws
prohibit remarriage until u final de
cree of divorce has been signed a ycat
ft.r the crantlnr of an Interlocutory
decree. Southard indicated he did not
know 'whether his remarriage wss - j
legal tintler minornia
vorce had been granted In Indiana
Homnaru. wno .Is a chief petty of-uml
fleer in tho navy. Is making efforts t"
have Mrs. Southard re nunc a
Jail to a hospital beouiiso of her weak
ened condition, duo to falling appetite
and lack of exercise. The JbII physi
cian sold today that she would be able
to sail for the mainland with Deputy
Sheriff V. II. Ormsby of Idaho and hit
wife, also a deputy sheriff on June 1
Southard continues his efforts to ob
tain a leave of absence to enable him
to Join In his wife's defense.
Southurd last night said he had ap
plied sonic time ago for littoo worth
c.f Insurance In a prlvato compan.
The application, he said, was made
after ho arrived In tho Itawalln is
i,i hot was not made nt the snages.
ion f Mrs. Southard. Naval officer-.
. m told of Southard's ef-
tn obtain a government policy fy
in nun Authorities hero urc keep
Ing'up a close watch to prevent any
possibility of attempt ai n.i-i...
tlon by Mrs. Southard.
Marriage Certif loalc I lc
HONOLULU. May 26. (A. IM
The Los Angeles marriage certificate
of Vincent Southard and Lyda True
blood Southard staled both of them
were single and never married before,
according to a copy of tho certificate
shown today by Deputy Sheriff v. u.
, Tln Palls. IdllllO, WllO
. ni,.ul extradition of
mm. ir v iv
Mm Southard on a charge of the niur-
trr of her fourth hnsliand, Edward r.
Meyer at Twin Kalis, w-piemuoi
1S2'. Southard la her fifth nusoanu.
Ormaby aald Southard admitted thai
b was not legally married to Mr.
Southard since ho had been divorced
l l October, U20, and was remarried a
month later in Los Angeles. Califor
nia laws forbid reniarrlag-o -within
Southard roltertitcd today his belief
In her Innocence of the crime charged
THOMPSON Klil OTKI) VHIiSl.lKST
. MOSCOW, ldaliu May S6. (C P.)
At a meeting of the l-;iiniecnr m"
of the PntvoTHity of Idaho today, ai
belt Thompson of Poise was elected
pitstdent. Mcrrlt Penwell. Moscoin,
was named vtco presldont, and Fred
Vvtttch, Coeur d'Alene, ecrctary
FEUDISTS IN CHICAGO'S 'DLOODY
Lieutenant of Late Tony D. An
drea Riddled With .Bullets
While Working in Saloon.
CHICAGO, M:iy HO. (U. 1M--IVidista
In the "Moody Nineteenth"
wurd again reueh'd out and claimed
utiuthcr virl.in early toduy. Michael
l-tccurl, a liculcuaiii of the late Tony
D. Andrea, the political chieftain who
wan assassinated recently, waa riddled
with bullet In 111" saloon.
The 1HJ1 commencement festivities I
of the high schoul will begin at 2:30
p. m. tomorrow. The first event 1
class day. A very clever program has ;
been arranged and school will be dls j
missed for it.
Culm day Is really "Senior Deiy." It r
is the time that the'sen'.ura really put
on trie program anu lane active pan
in mo merry ninaing. i no memocrs
of the class wish to extend to their !
friends and fniow students the mvita. i
... ......... .... i ut. tiit.it tu.ii.il. i
auditorium tomorrow afternoon.
The program arranged by the com
mittee in charge Is as follows:
Class History Miss Alberts Mi- '
Monies. ! -Tho Identity of tne writer of the
Tiano Solo Mbs Mars' t. Chlsholm. I anonymous letters Is positively known
Advice to Juniors and Farewell to j beyond the shadow of doubt. Th-i
the Faculty Miss Lois Hwaireart. young married woman who writes
Class Will John Heckwlth. thvm Is In a position to know the serl-
... Phopheo'--lll Ivstrlla. Mills. 0UK nature of her offense and has
Vocal Solo Mlsa (Icrnldlue Morn- ! evidently been overconfident of her
on. ability to conceal her Identity. It is
Class Knnr Bntire Class. very evident that her subject matte"
The words lo the clara song- were j )llH,lrp,i ,y oli,crB."
written by Donald C. Woodwurih and j xh's formal siniement by Mayoi
the music was selected by Miss Kvelyn , George A. llai lman, relative to inoiiy
Mortimer. The next event of Senior ,,,,, ipttem that have been received
Week will bo the Hacealaurcnte Ser
mon to be delivered In the Methodist
Church on Sunday evening by the Itev.
Ocorge U Clark of (his city.
LKII'ZM. May SS. (1. P.I ier-'
many convicted the first war criminal, !
Sergeant Helneii, sentencing him to ID I
months In prison and ordered him U i
p(J. tho tial COBt8i ,wllP )ie ,VH8
trull of maltreating 11 Knglis
Klish ami i
Belgian prisoners of war. He admit
ted besting the prisoners with his flxts
r(fe butts. The prosecution wa
1 amllcd by the Uritlsh.
AMl'.ltir.W At K KTAUTS
RKDWOOl) 1'ITY. t'alif.. May :8 -(A.
P.) CiHitaln i;d(lle Iticlienbaeker,
he Anierlean aee, left here at 8:32 a.
m. Dim flleht which ho hopes will
tnke him lo Wnslilniitori, D. C.. by to-
morrow night. i
C. P. STRAIN FINDS
C. P. Strain, former county assessor,
la now living at Kanta Crux. California
and in the following- letter to the East
Orcgonlnn glvea somo of hla Impres
sions of that coi ntry. As will bo noted
Mr. Pirn In sllll has a very warm re
ard for lmatllla county and the
, . Santa Cru. Cal.
, May 19-1.
Udltor 15sl Orctfonlan:
Tho most persistent thoucht In ray
mind ia a longing to moct tho friendly
lamlllar faces of Pendleton and Uma
tilla county. Here I am lust In thy
crowd, and homesick.
This is a land of flowers, having n
snlendld wealth of forest trees. The
mountains come right down to the
d the cly an) aro cllt ,)y deop
'orK(,g whOH0 tecp sides are often
levered with live oak. red wooit, ana
a great variety of trees that are
rtrange to mo. Santa Crim county Is
well supplied 'With streams, but they
are so deep act In the canyons that It
's difficult to use the jutcr for Irri
gation. Poultry and tmirlsts seem to
be the leading Industries right here,
but In other sections thero are fruit,
market gardens and livestock. The
climate has advantages, but the air
seems always to be so cool lit the
-i....!- i.i .me emi not enioy the out-
Joor the ,,reh or tinder the mag
.,!... l,ud,. trees.
This is probably one of the very
finest poultry districts In the world,
but outside of that It Is my opinion
tlmi Cniatilla comity, taken all in all.
Is a niore desirable place to live both
for profit and comfort than anything
that I havo aeon In this state.
CADDIES WANTED FOR
GOLF TOURNEY HERE
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Wanted: Hoys who will nerve
an cuddies Saturday and Sunday
at the kolf tournament , ut the
The supply of boys who know
much about the game 1 limited
and any chap who would like to
cam a little money on these two
days should get in tourh with
C, K. Jefferson at the club house
at the links.
The flay starts at o'clock
finturduy mornlns, and caddies
should be present not later than
H o'clock. Teams representing
clubs at Maker, La Ulatidt Wal
la Walla and I'endleton will
compete in hc tourney.
Mayor Hartman Says Unnamed
Local Woman is Prominent;
Pool Ordinance is Passed.
by him and by other officials and citi
zens duriiiK the past five months, ws.
made lost night ut the nioellng of the
No prosecution will be made ot this
time If the practice of writing the let
ters Is discontinued, th" mayor declar
ed. He also stig-Tcsted that the prom
inence of the woman who has been
doing the writing would cause no small
ripple In I'endleton society If the name
wore released. Careful study of the
handwriting contained In the various
notes led to the discovery of thewom
an's identity, it -was puserted.
Ordinances Pa d
In addition to the routine matters
that received attention, three ordin
ances recommended a week ago were
passed lust, nisht. One was the mea
sure licensing pool halls, soft drink
places and rooms In which cards are
played. I'mlcr the ordinance, n yearl
fee of $3 will bo charged by the city.
Annther ordinance, making; It illegal
to drive a motor vehicle on th" side-
walks was adopted. In the future.
"hen a circus comes to town and
shows outside tho city limits to escape
paving tne city I'eenae, n parade
license of $." will be charijed. ThH
provision wna Incorporated In the
third ordinance I" be adopted.
There Is something here that burns
and tans the skin. The very first day
K..R.. T l,l nl.ft OMPS 11 11.1
they iret a fret,h burning- every time 1
spend a. day outside :n Iho sun and
wind. For this reason the complexions
of the people arc not so line anu prcti
us those of Pendleton.
Work seems to be scarce. I answer
ed an ad for man wanted to cut weeds
and although I was on hand before
the advertiser reached his office, a
iwrtner who -was present said that a
(logon culls had already come In for
I concluded that anyone depending!,,. ...k ..i... is sr.ni. to nmrrv Prln-
on hla labor or oven a small capital
.., .1,. innrh hftiep In the Northwest.
And so far as climate g-oes I do not be.
lieve It Is worth the price to people who
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. (ov-i'v.vua .in" ..v...w..
In a few-cdays I plan to take a trip
through tho Santa Clara Valley. A
nice feature here Is the presence of
stages mdtig everywhere almost with I "Wo hope." says a humorous writ
frequent trips and reasonable fare, or In tho Athena. ' ihat the youn.i
I have been so busy here looking
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sources and searching for a place that
I am udaptcd to that I have not writ-
ten the letters to old friends that
would like to write. Insseiiiiuy. wim ii usoai nnu o....-, me .-m hj-i
One whoenjovsa wl.leaciiualntancellolis. will vote a bill by which Mr p, somewhat difficult feat but the re
in a place as I enjoy there, can hardl 'l-ecls will become an official Prl-.ce i suits are extremely lovely. Loses
conceive how lonesome la to drop 'of Greece, but only on condition that and popples are tr..en In the solid
down Into a land of strangers as
havo done here. The people, however,
are sociable so that tn time new frlendi
could be made.
C. P. STRAIN.
Briand Appears to Have Swung
French. Opinion Into Greater
Toleration for Germany.
CHAMBER WILL APPROVE
Vote of Confidence Would Serve
to Permit Council to Proceed
to Divide Disputed District.
A It 18, May 26. (Webb Miller, I',
p. Staff Correspondent) Premier
lliland appeared today to have swung
Krcnch opinion into greater tolera
tion for Germany. H was confidently
believed that the chamber of deputies
will approve his course In regard to
the reparations, and . his handling of
the l"ppor Sllesiu situation. A vote ot
confidence would serve to restore ful-1
ly cordial relations of the allies and
would permit inc supremo tiiuiu n , ;
proceed with its plans for dividing Si-1
lesla between Germany and Poland
With rail traffic restored 1A SiUwia
the allied detuchments there reported
they were gradually restoring order.
The ai nation is expected to be, cleared
up entirely when the Polish govern
ment answers the allied demand that
she close her Sileslan frontier as Ger
many has done. With France joining
in the demand, it is believed Poland
will obey. V
COLUMBIA. SNAKE AND
St. Helen's Creosoting Com
pany Cbscd Today Owing to
High Water at St. Helens.
miiTI.ANI) Mav ll- P. I The
WillaiUQtte. rier. is ls tlu.n two and
one half feet from the level of the
city streets alci K the water front. The
river coiitinno in Ms s-uaMy rise.
PlIKTI.AXH. May DS. A. P.) A
rise of three-tenth., of a foot In the
Snake rl.er, whicli has been ilroiiplng
the past few ilays, and the continued
rir-e in the Columbia were flood devel-
cpments tmia . A continued slow riv.'
j of the Willinnetle is forecast, with a
I stasc Sunday of :!;.!. Today's readlns"
is '.'2. a rise of 3-ln. A diedpe is
I atreiislhcnint; a threiitelied dike at
Woodlawn. Tlie St. Helens I reosotiuii
company closetl owins to lush water
it St. Helens. .
prcss AlSO Hints That CirCCCe
Could Use' Some of Money
Young Leeds Possesses.
ATHKNK. May I'll. (A. P.) The
Greek new-papers found much di
version in the arrival hero by airplane
of vounir William P. Leeds, son of
AniLstnsla. Thev are calling
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. .."... .'. .i.". i.. M,.i.
.... Wil,,,.. i ,ik." ,.,,,1 ii i.a been
,Ot IVIUg iDiiMttHUiiro c..-.. .
I ,.,) t1Ht the King may confer ai
: . . . .....!
.dukedom on mill 111 return iwr me
for t lit!
i fortune he may inherit.
deferences are being made to him
'( the newspapers us "the Duke of
. lMi-aeus" and "the Prince of Leeds."
prince will dispose of bis millions as
eharitHDlv as nis inoincr. n -i
wonderful thing to be a princo or
,duke. wn it is oeuer iu u , ......,-1
I aire. Let us hope that the National
1 , be gl es us all ins inoiic.v
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- ie.e:n i uonK o. iiiv i. ..-..-. ..-....
of in.iustriMl relations provides that
women who perforin men s.
are entitled to thu same wages as men.
IN UPPER SILESIA
U BATTALIONS OF BRITISH'
TROOPS ON RHINE BEGIN AN,
! ADVANCE ON UPPER SILESIA'
LONDON, May :. (A. P. t
Four battalion of liritish troops
on the Ithino today began an ad
vance on t'pper Silesia to rein
force the ullii-d troops there.
UNITED STATES IS FORCED Furniture, Dresses, Hats, Shoes, Trunks, Woolen Robes, Sad
OOToVbriTISH VmATEUR. dies, Jewelry, Canned Goods, Bottled Goods, Meats, Ice
GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP TODAY
HUV LAKK. May 26. (A.
P. ) The I'nlted States was forc
ed out of the British amateur
goli championship at the end of
the sixth round today when Fred
erick J. Wright of lioston. the
sole survivor of the American
entrants, was defeated by Per
mit d Darwin in a sensational fin
ish. Anniversary 01
sacre Will be Celebrated on!a display of .ill that is delectable to eat. fashionapie 10 wear,
jp 2uh at Bimno-s.ler'ceablt' for Use and ltogether desirable that is Happy
June 25t at BimnSs- j canyon today for tiie opening of the Merchants' and Manulac-
KK i Theri""1; ung wide today to adir.it a throng of visitors
niemljer of the American Legion tak
ing the part of General Custer's Ill
feted forces and Crow and Cheyenne
Indians representing; the Sioux, the
battle ot the Little lii Horn is to be
re'enacled on the forty-fifth annivei
sary of the Custer massacre. June i5.
Plans for the observance, which will
include the unveiling; of a monument
to Genera! Oeorpe A. Custer at Har
din, Mont.. 13 miles from the butlle
muuml. have been announced by the
Custer Battle Anniversary association
of Hal din. ' ,
The reproduction of the battle on ;
the scene of the massacre will take i Following are the firms which huve
place at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, i displays;
and after a basket dinner In the t:ov- , Pendleton Woolen Mills,
eminent park on 'the Crow Indian res-i Wool from the sheep of I matil.a
enatiou the spectators and partici-! and other Oregon counties made the
pants will o to Hardin for the unve.l- j blankets, robes and shawls on dlspUo
ing of the monument. An Indian pow- j in the Pendleton Woolen Mills liooth.
wow and a sireet dance were planned ; Some of the disiti.s are tvpically In
fur the evenliiB activities ae Hardin. ! dian and show artistic combinations ol
Permission, it is announced, has j
been obtained fr an the government
for the use of the national cemetery
established in the battlefield, where
are buried the victims of the massa
cre, and cooperation of the war de
partment has been tendered. General
Hugh L. Scott of the historic Tenth
cavalry which participated in Ihe bat
tle and Mrs. Custer, widow of the com
mander of the heroic little band, have
been invited to attend.
I SPOKANE. Wash.. May :6 (A. P-
i Vpproximately M0 members of the
ISenevolont and Protective order or
lOlks from Pacific northwestern cities
registered here today for the three day
celebration In connection with the
dedication of the new J.tT.O .Oi'O temple
' of Spokane ledge No. iS. which took
' place today.
Delegations arriving last n'eM and
today lor the parade are expected to
swell the registration to 25UO, accord
ing to officers of the local lodtre. A
class of 57 candidates was initiated
Thu unsightly posts of Happy Can-
lon hav been
transformed Into lattic-
cd bowers of evergreen. Noticeable In
the decorations of the various booth- ;
. e .-l I., Urn,. llrt.
- it the use of flowers grown in PeinlIC-
I ton. Great pink peonies, fragrant
roses and other flowers have
used, with much greenery.
Tony Arnold, ot ttanfield. Is mak
lni real Stnnfleld cheese at the Gray
llrothors bouth. Samples are being
given away and the product is excel -
The frceiing of flowers in lee for
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j dleton Trading Co. shows a minature
suiliiu. ihkiIi. ot lanl. with lariat loop
cd on tho saddle horn.
SCORES OF M1NATURE SHOPS MEET
r.m Wnnri noa Amona DiSDiavs 10 lempi anoppers.
V VMlllf I V V w wvae w
GOOD MUSIC ONE OF BEST FEATURES OF THREE DAY
ATTRACTION, CORDIAL WELCOME ASSURED EVERYONE
Rolls Are Baked, Coffee is Made, Ice Cream is Frozen, Butter
is Churned by Local Merchants and Manufacturers While In
terested Spectators Watch Operations From Side Lines.
The t-'cni- IwcrdianU' und Manufacturers Carnival.
The ula.ie Pendleton's big Happy Canyon Pavilion.
The'tiine Uptn 2:30 p. m., close 6 p .m. Open7:o0
p. in. Program at 8 p. n.
A Shoppers' Paradise, agleam
Scorts.of miniature snops, eacn cnarmmgij u,ww;u
eitiipped with wares which in themselves are decorative, are on
every hand. The avenues which lead to the various booths are
gay with Japanese lanterns and decked with spicy evergreen.
.. Pes. " . " ' '' '. r '
Music Is Feature.
Music by the high school orchestra and the Pendleton band
N a ieature, while tonight the Appollo Quartet and Shakespear
ian Four will c.itti-tani, with .olos by Mrs. B. L. Bun-oughs and
Cly.'e Phyllips. The paramount
,.,... . wjf.om( t0 ihe public.
Dean TnKin Co.
! Kerr Cereals ai e deiuonstr.ited ai
' the Dean Tatoni Co. booth where can
! ned iioods and other product are
shou-ii. Calivon .Milk, for which Gil-
lanucis' .c Hurroughs are jobbeis. is
' 1'i-opU-s W archoiise.
Clothing for milady and also for the
'man of the house is displayed by the
i Peoples Warehouse. Smart masculine
i attire from Hart. Schaffner & Marx
is included, as well as good looking
'luggage. A blue taffeta frock with
medallions, a pretty summer go n
land two blouses are shown to catch
j the leniinine eye.
Hopf't. I i.Malrs Shop.
Carl Hopf is the artist who created
i iho nieture. "A Study in Women ?
wear." which forms tne nopis rauii
showin?. Within a frame of dull gold,
two French mannlkins appear against
a backCTOund of rose. One is in crisp
orchid organdy: the other wears or
gaudy in the new shade of beach. A
fascinating sports' outfit is shown al
Table Supply C.
Happy Home canned goods and
Obmpic Flour are featured by thi
Table Supply Co. The sightseer is re
I reahed by hot rolls and Brookt'teld
butter which are being- demonstrated,
and samples of Happy Home products
are also being presented to visitors.
The yellow canary which supplies
the home-like touch for the Crawford
A Hedges display is the property ot
feature of the Ilainiey
' uu4y are the three saddles.
which Is for a New York order, anoth-
er for California and a third for Can
ada. The booth shows a tluy replica
of the white noise which is a Court
POLICY OF PROMOTING
WlllGToN. Mav :.- (A. IM !
The administration's policy of promot
ing exportation as a means toward the
restoration of normal . business was
- ! iltKC'.isseil ai a wane noose uiinin u..
j night attended .-eeretaries Mellon
- ' anu iiouei. j. .. ...... ......
buig and other promineiil financiers.
SCENE OF LIGHT
with light and color, brave in ,
Ieature ot the carnival is its
lOtnp'rc Moat Vo.
A big man b' war of bacon Is at- :
trading attention at the Empire .Meat
Co. booth. It is made of hundreds of
slices of selected bacon, ornamented
here and there with "wcinics" and
tiny electric lights. Other choice
meals are also shown.
Liiker Furniture Co.
, Oavenuort and two chai-s, each
upholstered in eiiiiisite gold and bluo
brocade, and a table, are used In the
l.'aker Furniture showing. A bowl
-if Pendleton roses ill soft shades ot
pink completes the picture.
PcmllvUiii Meat Co. -.
A beef and sheep, euch cut in half,
makes an imposing display ior tho
Pendleton Meat Co. '
Golden W tf't Creamery.
A.gigantic replica of tho Golden
West Creamery label is shown ut the
Golden West Crewnery booth. Cows
are shown knee deep in real grass am!
clover against a background formed
by the 'rays of a w estern son A de
cided novelty is a - cubist cow." made
of Golden West butter. Free Ice.
cream Is being served at the booth.
Alevamler's IH-partmmt Store
A dainy dress of buff and blue or
Sandy. with parasol, bag, shoes and
other ottractlvt accessories, are shown'
jy Alexanders. Feminine under--.hUigs
In delicate blue and white
check add to the display. For the
men, a wardrobe trunk stocked with
ill sorts of mannish altire. Includiiiir
hats, shirts shoes, ties, etc.. In the ap
proved fashionable mode, are shown.
liM-lt ll'vttililjf Works.
Western, the new drink made by
the Itoesch Pottling Works, Is among
the bottled products displayed by the
lloesch Bottling Works. Other deli
cious drinks are also displayed.
Sawtelle's Jewelry Store.
Beautiful silver In the Dorothy Man
ners pattern, and cut glass and R-lass-
tContlmed on page S.)
Ileported by Major lire Moorhousu.
M lutnium jo.
frost in (rarly
t l , :
! THE WEATHER
ii. i t i