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' DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1921.
Willi ALLIES IN
IS NEARING PEACE
Developments Pointing to Re-
Return to Normal Conditions
Include Important Measures.
GERMAN REPARATIONS ARE
TO BE SENT TOMORROW
Italian Foreign Minister Works
on Plan for Satisfactory
Partition for Silesia.
PARIS'. May 27. (Webb Miller, f.
P. Staff Correspondent.) With the
(ill leu once more In accord, FAirnpe Ib
nearing peace. Development pointing
in th return in normal Include: A no
tleo from (lermany thnt the rcpara- i
tlon due by May 31 will be Kent from j
Herlln tomorrow. The French cham
bers' vote of confidence In Premier
Rrlnnd for hl handling of the repara
tion and Hllesinn question. A din
patch of six British battalion to Sile
sia and reporta from that region that
the allien are restoring order. A re
port from Rome that Foreign Mlnls
ter Sforzo. Ib working on a plan for
partition for Ptlesla which Khould b
rntlsfaotbry to both Oreat Britain and
HELD JULY10T0 16
That the Chautauqua proirrum for
the comln easoi hold much of in -tereiit
for the lecture, mitalc and enter
tainment lover Is Imitated by the nd
vnnce Information from the KlllBon
While Hureaii. The dntea for Pendle
ton have been definitely aet for July
10th to 16th.
The announcement that peter Clark
MacFarlane tffe noted writer, In ached
tiled for a Chautauqua appearance this
year' In of particular Inteiem. For
many year Chautauqua managers
have tried to lure MacFarlane to the
platform, both beoaime of hi popular
ity an a writer and because of hla well
known platform ability. Senntor Hi
ram Johnaon ratea him as one of ihe
bent public speaker in the country.
His contribution to the Saturday
Evening- Pout, Collier. McClurea, Am
erican, and practically all the leading
periodical" have been widely re:nl nnl
Another figure of national, or rath
er International Importance, acheduled
for the coming aawnibly la StefnnHaon,
the famoiiH Arctic explorer. Stefana
aon waa contracted for a Chautauqua
tour last year but throat trouble de
veloped and he waa forced to cancel
nt the eleventh hour. Htefanaaon hn
been repeatedly packing the big audi
toriums of the K.nitt at hla lecturea and
hla coming; will undoubtedly be eagerly
anticipated. He linx A fact lecture
packed with Information an well a"
Willie Collier's great rucccss on
Itrondway, "Nothing but the Truth" la
one of the feature attractions an
nounced. This play Is a screiunlns
comedy and has often been rated na
one of the best farces of the past de
cade. A big musical attraction of In
terest Is scheduled In Ueurnnce's bit
tie Symphony, nn orchestra organized
by the well known American compos
er, Thurlow Lletirance.
Ql'BIIKC, Quebec. The fruit pro.
ductinn of Quebec province In 1920
had a value of n4.77, Wing made
up of apples, t.1fi:.D2: strawberries,
1100,573: raspberries, J9.0.11: goose
berries, J 2,sr6; and currents, (187.
CHILDREN NOT ADMITTED
TO CARNIVAL UNLESS
ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS
Children under 12 years old
who arc not accompanied by
their parents will not be admit-
ted to the .Merchants' and Manu- i
fncturers' Carnival tonight and j
during two program tomorrow. j
Decision to take this notion
was reluctantly made this mom-
lug hy the committee In charge i
following the crowding of Ihe
aisle at the sessions yesterday ti
morning and afternoon by chll-
dren who were enthusiastically
taking advantage of opportunl-
ties to gel "free eats."
Some rowydlsm wn ijlsplayed.
and In order that guests may not
be subjected to any discomfort
of any k'nd. It was decided lo re-
quire (hat boy and girls le ne-
compunled by their jinrents be-
fore adin'sslon to Happy Canyon
I permitted. r- '
I I :'-.. j
CrlmlnolniH( are rifpplv IntiTf'MW'd in thf ruse of Mrs. Jur-ph R Hoil, wife
of a C'hlCHKO bunkfr. Police rburgp slip cnnf-t'MWMl tit posing its a maUl meal
ing thou.nnlH of dolhiiH worth of nnuis from liornea In which nhe obtained
employment and carrying the loot away in her limousine.
PROPERTY OF WEALTHY
DRAFT DODGER SEIZED
BY U. S. GOVERNMENT
Grover Cleveland Bergdoll's
Holdings Are Taken Under
'Trading With Enemy Act.'
I'HIIADF.I.PHIA, May :7.(C. P. I
The entire property of drover Clew,
land Rergdoll, the millionaire draft
dodger h;is been seized by the United
Colonel Thomas Miller, alien prop
erty riiKtodian of the I'niled States, ar
rived In Philadelphia, and personally
made the seizure by the dlrertbin of
President Harding, under authority "t
"trading with enem" act, Colnnel
Miller arrived from Chicago and was
met by Major Vincent t'arroll, his per
sonal attorney. Officials then got in
touch with the I'niled Suites Attorney
and the Unlied States Marshal, who
luid previously received instruction
STEAMSHIP OWNERS REFUSE TO SIGN
AGREEMENT REACHED BETWEEN
DAVIS AND DELEGATES OF ENGINEERS
Pacific Coast Shipowners Are
Included in Those Refusing
to Sign the Agreement.
WASHINGTON, May 27. (A. r.)
The American steamship owners' asso
ciation, InelinnnR 'the Pacific
FEDERAL COURT GIVES TEMPORARY
INJUNCTION AGAINST FIVE MARITIME
UNIONS INVOLVED IN STRIKE
Judge Van Fleet Set Case for
Trial June 1, at Which Time
Matter Will Be Settled.
SAN FHANCl.-'CO. May 27. U P.I
A temporary injunction ngalnst five
maritime unions Involved in the ship-
ping strike was granted the I'nlted
States Shipping Hoard by the federal i
Judge Vant'leet set the case for trial
June I. At that thne the defendants;
will be asked to show why a perman
ent Injunction against strike activities;
should not be grained. !
111 ATI I! WINS iHH.V Oil AMP.
HOY l.AKK, May 27. (A. P. Y.
I Mnnler won the Itrltlsh amateur,
rolf championship, defeating Allan'
Uraliuiii in the 3ti hole finals. )
niinirrrn Ann ado
mm w mm
. fl'f'ln the attorney general as to Iht
C'lilemplaled act, on by the govern
ment. Mrs. Kmnu Rergdoll. the slaclier'f
mother v;is served with a formal de-
ma ml to make a detailed report of all
the holdings of flrover Hergdoll ah-:
was notified that the entire estate o
flrover in I'h'ladelphla which includ
ed the "llerRdoll Castle" on Wlnnt-
fleld street, would he taken over b
' the aliin properly cuslodian.
.Miller and Carroll, then went to
j four banks where PeiKdoll's funds arc
i deposited and served similar demands
, on the presidents. The attachment ot
all the slacker's holding In the l:erg
j doll Hrewing company plant was also
made. All mortgage to (Jrover Hers
': doll and tenants in his properties will
j be served likewise, Miller announced,
i The value nf th property ei-d Is
fsCmnicd at between S s mi. am) jmd II,
1 loin .noil.
ship owners, today annoujued. tbeT
refusal io sh;n the agreement reached
between Secretary Davis and the ma
rine engineers' beneficial association.
They decided to abide by the. scale
and conditions put into effect May )
It was Indicated later that Secretary
Mavis was milking an effort to induce
the, shli'p'u-'. b(.:nl to enter an agree
ment wit'i the seamen regardless of
the ship owners' action.
ALL PENDLETON BUSINESS
HOUSES ARE TO CLOSE
MONDAY, DECORATION DAY
In keeplna: with the spirit of
Decoration Pav. nil places of
business plan to be closed Mon
day In Pendleton. The action of
the merchants will permit of ob
servance of the day's services on
the part of themselves and em
ployes. i;i i:i:s ciixtim k to iusf.
I'OltTI.ANH, May 27. (A. P.) A
continued rise In rivers is forecast
with tbi' W'llliinielie here ' Men lay
JU :i. Today Hie Willamette is 212.
The I'ppcr Columbia and Snake to
day reported i-HkM rises.
EXPECTATION OF PENDLETONIANS
OVER IOWA AND
One Person is Killed and Two
Are Seriously Injured as Re
sult of Severe Tornado.
Motor Car Hurled From Road
House Picked Up and Crash
ed Into Grove of Trees.
DEs MOIXRS, tay 27. 1 1'. P.)
Five deaths are counted when the
late reports on the heavy wind and
rainstorms in Northern Iowa were re
ceived. One man was struck by
lightning, two drowned in a squall on
the l.ke, and two were killed by the
MANI.KT, lotva. May 27. IT. P.)
Cue person waa killed, two lere se
riously injured and -itll-ihe telephone
and telegraph connections were sever
d when a cyclone swept a strip a
quarter of a. mile wide from Plymouth
to .Mauley. Frank McCall was killed
when the motor oar in which be was
riding v.as buried from the road. All
ot her oocupart of ihe car is said to be
fatally injured. .Mrs. Art IJobel, a
bride of two weeks, is not expected to
live as a result of injuries when her
homo whs picked up and crashed into
a grove of trees.
Ail ii'-ruiem Iowa was hit by a se
vere storm, although the tornado only
extended from Plymouth to Manley.
Two men from liardner are. believed
to have been drowned in clear ljtke
ivh le out io a boat. Farm buildings
are reported destroyed In- the stonn.
'Neither Evades Nor Will Evade
Obligations Which are Hers
as Independent Nation.'
XF.W Yt'KK. .May 27. (Copyright
I'niled Press. I Mexico w ill accept
recognition by Ihe I'nited Slates only
Ion a 'oasis which will pot affect her
so ereignly, President Ohregon declar
ed in an exclusive statement cabled to
the l'nite.l Press. The .lies. can lend
er added that a treaty is unnecessary
for l.is eountry to recognize Interna
tional obligations and that she "neith
er ivades nor will evade any obliga
tions hieh are hers as an independ
ei.i iniion." -His statement fellows:
(i'y .lvaro Ohregon, President of
Mevieo. Written tor the Coiled
"Keply'tv; to your telegram relative
to a story published by the press to
the ef.cct that the government of your
.'ountiy may demand the signature of
pntoiol, preliminary to granting rec
ognition to the Mexican government. It
is my iiinion that n trealy.should not
e;M previous to the recognition, since
i be r -ihts and obligations of Mexico.
ilie these of all other countries, are
I rM'ihlislipd with regard for interna -
'There Is no necessity for a treaty
Sin order that Mexico should recog
inize these obligations, esiablish'ng
tl.em anew, Mexico believes she has
j the right lo be considered ps any otlt
I er nations subject to the rules of In
tei u.lionil law. Tbe Coiled States,
j 'ii-.o any other country, may ask for
'its ii.itionaVs nil guarantees, and porg
jnliM's that tbe international law con
i fe.-s . without tbe necessity lhat they
! be ratified in protocol and Mexico
'iietvlier evades nor wi!' evade in any
way whatsoever any ot ihe obligations
j which are here as an independent na
W1NNKP1M, Manitoba. Karly
i completion of tbe Hudson's Hay Kail
wnv 1 assured by the Federal uovern
ment, staled Prenper Norris. In his an
nual report whieh was submitted to
the Manitoba leg.slatnre,
BLUE MOUNTAINS DURING
Public Wedding Will be One of
Principal Attractions for This
(TOMORROW HAS BEEN SET
1 ASIDE AS 'COUNTY DAY':
Expected Large Delegation:
From Neighboring Towns in
County Will Attend Saturday
What The Carnival.
Where Happy Canyon.
When Tonight 7:30. Satur-
day afternoon 2:3o to ; Satur-
day night starting at 7:30.
Kvents Orchemra mart 8
playing at 7:30. Wedding at 9.
Shakespearean Four. Solo and
Admifwion Nothing but a
umile, no money needed.
"1 supposed the carnival would be
interesting with all of Pendleton's
merchants and manufacturers work
ing: together on it, but I never dream-
led it would be so fine a this."
That sentiment, expressed in many
variations, was thef verdict of hosts of
people trom Pendleton and t'matilla
county who enjoyed the hospitality of
j the business Interests of the city yes
iterday afternoon and even:ng at the
first day's offering of the carnival.
The attendance aA the afternoon pro
gram today wa better loan that of
vesterdae afternoon, and Interest is
expected to reach ita peak ton'ght
I when the public wedding will be sol
(emniied. The identity of the bride
l'and groom remains a secret which is
j being zealously guarded by members
of the entertainment committee and
a small band of candidates w ho claim
Booths Kst'ite Admiration.
A constant stream of people filed
past the booths and slopped to admire
the novel effects secured by the pro
gressive business concerns Of Pendle
ton. Tne interest shown by the pub
lic indicates that the carnival is
bringing home to the public, as nevei
before, the quality of the products
Uliat are made by local manufacturers
land the goods sold in Pendleton stores,
j Vying with the booth displays in in
I lerest, the special entertainment fea
j tares provided by the committee held
ithe attention of tbe audience, and this
- phase of the carnival is provin? very
! nt tractive. Philo Rounds is chairman,
' Bert .lerard Is in charge of musical
j numbers, and the oilier features are
! being handled by Frank Kincaid.
i Hand Pleiir-es
! Cnder the direction of Bandmaster
A. W.'I.undell the Pendleton band
gave e program lasi night that met
with a hearty reception from the car
nival visitors. Tbe bard work that has
been done hy the members of ihe or
ganization in preparation for the sum
mer's activities is easiiy appreciated in
iContlnred on pitre 5.1
.CARNIVAL SNAP SHOTS
An innovation in the line of coffee
demonstrations at Hie Merchants' and
Manufacturers' Carnival is that of the
Pendleton Cash Market, which film is
demonstrating "101" Coffee." tile
'company's own brand. Tbe coffee Is
a high graile hulk coffee sold by the
Cash Market. The fruit demonstrated
lis Preferred Stock Pineapple. Tbe
ICash Market booth has an attractive
j display of canned goods, and fruits, as
'well as a case of choice meats. Pink
! carnal ions in crystal holders are used
ias a decoration. '
There is much speculation as to the
j Identity of tbe ( riental young lady in
i the Koeppen booth. Swathed in a
.mysterious iil which reveals only
i per eyes, this "Harem lieauty" typi
; f ies the Oriental idoo.
' Through an error in the Kast'ore
! gonlan yesterday, the Crawford Fur-
n ture Co. was mentioned us Crawford
; Hedges. The firm has a display of
reed furniture, and the booth is near
. ihe entrance, ai the right hand side.
i The Pacific Telephone and Tele
graph booth is both useful as well as
'ornamental. A telephone has been in
stalled for the use of the throngs who
visit ihe carnival.
'hie of the most interesting features
of the liownoy Market display Is a
large salmon Irozen In a oiock of ire.
j The exhibit is a part of the meat and
! f sli d. splay made by the market.
Crowds of children spent much time
gaxin at the miniature houses shewn
PORTION OF CITY
Part of Vladivostok Was Taken j
by Troops Formerly Under
Command General Kappell.
! TROOPS TOOK OVER SOME
Part of Militia Surrendered and
l Remainder Fled;
TOK10-. May 27.- (A. P. Troops
formerly under the coninuind of Gen
eral Kappell, tbe anti-bolshevik lead
er in ' southeastern Siberia occupied
part of Vladivostok yesterday, says a
dispatch. Some of the government
buildings were taken over by the
' The Japanese troops remained neur
itial. The city is reported entirely urt-
der the control of Kappell troops,
i whose chief of staff announced that n
council of non-socialist organizations
had asked the soldiers to enter the
city. Part of the Vladivostok militia
surrendered and the remainder flea.
Members of the National assembly
was arretted and later released. Kap
pell troops captured Nikolsk, near
Vladivostok on May 21.
j When Captain Eichenbacker
I Landed Plane Turned Over;
! Many People Saw Accident.
CHKVKXF., May 27 (C. P.) Cap
tMn F.ldie Uickenbacker, flying to
Washington from lledwood City. Cai.
left at fi a. m. in an air mail ship pilot
ed by C. K. Pickup, liickenhacker will
travel as a passenger as far as Omaha
where he expects to take a pickup ship
on to "Washington. Uickenbacker s
plane was b.'uliv smashed when he
made a bad landing here last night
He was uninjured.
' by C'o Van Petten Lumber Co. am"
I 11. I.. Hnrrouybs. The liltle homes
show a !'ideli! to detail and are most
There is no blur of tobacco smoke
.to m:.r the view of the displays at the
j carnival. At the request of William
t ituigeld, fire chief, smoking has been
'forbidden and cigarettes and cigars
iare noticeably absent.
! Twenty-five gallons of Ice cream
: were dispensed at tlte carnival last
nitrlu at tbe Oolden West Creamery
booth and li was necessary to call a
policeman to restrain tin1 erowd. The
, management announced today that
children will not be served during thi
l enia n i n das of tbe show unless
ilu-y are accompanied by a parent.
A Wearie Willie would find the car
nival a real f eat. Several firms are
serv'm free "hand-nuts" among them
the Pendleton Cash Market, coffee
and fruit, Pendleton P.ak im; Co.. sand
. i'Iii-s and baked products; Oolden
W'.'st Oivanterv , iee cream; Alexand
er, coffee and Tru Mln cookies;
(Charles Co... all-day suckers and choc
olates. Oeali Tatoin Co., cereals.
H.topy Canyon looks as neat and
orderly tins afternoon as it did yes
terdav when tbe doors opened for the
f rst day. The pavilion was carefully
swept and tne decorations have been
renlenished. Many of Uih bs-al stores
while exhibit clothing have changed
their displavi! today to catch the eye
of the returr.MM visitor of eslenlay. '
County Will Grade Section
From Deadman Pass to Line
While State Will Surface.
CONTRACT IS LET FOR
COLD SPRINGS HIGHWAY
:Section of R0arj Between
i River anfJ Holdman Will
be Finished by Dec. 31.
At the meeting of the state highway
commission in Portland yesterday ac
tion was taken that means the com
pletion of the Oreg-on trail through
the Blue mountains next summer and
a contract was let for the building nt
the highway from Cold Springs land
ing to Holdman. a distance of 12. S!
miles. The contract Is let to A. D.
Kern and the road is to be graded and
graveled by December. The cost will
be flJS.SKl and the money Is pro
vided by the county from the bond is
sue, but the work will be supervised
by the state.
The state highway commission and
the t'matilla county court agreed up
on a plan for building the section of
road between Dead Man's Pass and the
I'nlon county line. The county will
pay for grading the road and the state
will surface it. -It is estimated the ex
pense to the county" will be 170,000
and to th state tU0.Cl"O, making, a
total cost of $lx. 1)1)0 though it 1.4 pos
sible the complete cost will reach
The contract for this hit of work
will be let this fall by the state com
mission and work will be undertaken
in the spring. Thi means that the
road will be completed over the moun
tains during 1922 and it is believed
that by the fall of next year the road;
between Pendleton.and Ijl Grande will
be. entirely completed, as the tnion
county work is already arranged for.
Members of the county court head
ed by Jud:e Schannep took the mat
ter up with the slate communion early
yesterday afternoon and the problem
was worked out on a baste considered
as mutually satisfactory.
Ernest Crookait, secretary of the
automobile "club, attended the meet
ing yesterday,, returning home this
PUBLISHER OF " 'LET 'ER
BUCK' GRATIFIED BY
SUBSCRIPTION 'OF 7,500
That hearty cooperation on
the pan of the publishers of the
"I-et 'er Buck" book and the
people of Pendleton ho been
assured jthe action of local
business firms in subscribing for
7,500 copies of the volume Is
ceen In a telegram received to-
day by I.t. Col. Charles Welling-
ton Ftirlona?. In a telegram sent
to o. P. Putnam's Sons yesler-
day. the author Informed the
publisher of the action taken
heie hy business and profession-
i.l men through the Commercial
Association. The teleg: am from
Oeorge P. P ittiam received this
Congratulations: Splendid or-
der. Pendleton always come
through. This assure splendid
hook. Confident will be Hound-
1'p's finest advertisement. Na-
tional publicity possibilities tre-
mendous. As a good Oregonlan
am delishteil. Let 'er Bock!
I Signed I PCTNAM.
Ht'portp.t hy Major ijre MrwrhMiH.
heavy frost In