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greatest nwiPr and
in- force ! to me advertiser or
twice th guaranteed paid circulation.
Id Pendleton n1 Umatilla county or
any otuar newapaper.
Ths net pr run of yesterday's Dolly
Thl paper la mml.r or and audited
By ma Auan uureau or Circulations.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPE3 1
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
!U OF TERRORISM PLAN
Polish Troops Were Repulsed
by Last Attack on German
Lines Near ' Nalianor.
OPPEI.N, June 1. (Carl D. Groat.
t P. Starr Correspondent.) Repulsed
by the laat attack on th German
llnea nar Allanov, tlie polish Insur
gents are threatening u reiitn or ler
rorlam. The ncceredlied report Indi
cate the I 'd I) ill plu nit ore to use dyna
mite on the public building and Ger
The Poles lire angered at the errlv
t,l nl the Hritlflh troop In I'pper Si
lesia. Sixty Pole and 15 German
were killed when the Poles wire drlv
'It back to Annabera- following a auc
restful storming of Castle Kallanov.
INCREASE IN PRICE
July wheat cloned at 51.37 1-4 to
day, which la an Increase over yester
day's rlonliifr ror this (Train which
cloned at l.2 3-4. Following are the
ciuotatlona received here by Overbeck
ft Cooke, local brakera:
Open High I.ow
July $1.!!4 l-W 2H
.s .7 '.4
. .S -,
.41 Vi .42'
.41i .44 .424
Wheat Tlie action In the
today won nomewbat of e -
many In the trade who were 01 in
opinion that the decline in cash wheal
which sure to 10.11.. ......11....,., . .
with the altiryln of May contract
would exert a depressing Influence on
the futurea. The readjustment, how
ever, came about In a natural way
end enwted no excitement othitt.n
to make tne trade reutU that iha
oaah situation la a at rone; one and that
the discount for July do not speak
well ror ahort anltlnar. Oanh prlcea ai
all other marketa were higher wit 11
the demand good for exporter. The
amount taken- by foreigner wa not
riven out until clone, but there waa
every Indication that a Rood business
waa under way. leading crop expert
I mued report showing a niatenul
foirinn orr In the condition or winter
wheat crop alnce lout month, and es
timated the lam at about 60.ono.oi,o
buaheln, orter allowing the kowii
meiil advance In the por yield p'r
acre. We do not ajrree with tlie Idea
held by many thnt there will be a
good run or canh wheat during Julv.
and thererore believe a readjuntnient
between old wheat and the July de
livery will be necetwary.
LONDON. June I. (U. P.) Oer
niuny started discharging her admit
ted obligation to the allies today, by
making first payment of one milliard
gold mark ($200,000,000).
A brief eummnry of other dales
when German, oblignllona mature are
June 30 Disarmament.
July 1 Delivery to the reparations
commission of bonds for twelve mil
liard gold marka (12.400.000,000).
uly 10 First quarterly payment of
the annual sum of two milliard gold
August IS First quarterly pament
of the 28 per cent of the value of Or
October, 15 Second quarterly pay
ment of the annual sum of two mil
liard gold marks.
November 1 Delivery- to Ihe repa
rations commission of bonds for 88
milliard gold marks ($7,800,000,000).
Also bonda without coupons attached
. for 83 milliards, gold marka ($l,40il,
000). V '
November 15 Second quarterly
payment of the 26 per cent of the val
' ue of German exports.
The Minnesota house of represents
Uvea has passed bill to the erfect
that persons supplying newspapers
with false Information for publication
will be guilty of a misdemeanor.
, MANY IMPORTANT
TfDAT IX CONGRESS. tn
tho house the Judiciary commit-
tee considered the text of the
Volstead supplemental prohlhl-
tlon bill. The census committee
framed the congresalonal re-ap-
polntment hill. The way and
means committee of republicans
continued to work on a perman-
en! tarlfr bill.
The senate continued to de-
hate the navy bill. The foreign
relations eommtttee considered
the nomlnnl'nn of Jacob C, Sliur-
man. minister to China.
PORCUPINE JOINS KNIGHTS
OF ROADVISJTS; IN CITY I
FOR TIME THEN DEPARTS
And now It In the porcupine
that have Joined the rank of the
KnlKhi of the Iload. How
come? Well, It aeem thnt a
iravel-Mlalncd porcupine, qullla
and all, rod 9 the break to Pen
dleton on the Spokane I rain re
cently. He aecnicd to be a
novice at the ancient aame of
beating the railroad and wai auf
ferlng from rnmirkm-h 10 auch
on extent thai the nillrond hoy
took him over to Section Fore,
man Nnrdeen yard and gave
him every care.
The pore chowed every lgn of
ndoptina: Pendleton a hi home
city until a train from the e.iHt
arrived. The animal, without o
much a a word of farewell,
aauntercd nut to the train,
climbed beneath tho car and
w off fur part unknown.
New Idea in Traffic Developed
When Giant Airship Wire
lessed Instructions to Police.
EPSOM "DOWN'S, Eng., June 1.
(V. P. Ry Philip U Jackson, Ao
cla'te PuMlnher Oregon Journal) J
B. Joela" Humorlnt," wlna the Derby.
Crng-on-F.ran, Vtacount Antor'i entry,
wa eecond. Imonora, the entry of
neeph Waiaan, wn third. It wa glor
ioti weather and (houanT were'-.it
the coiiree. There were no train, the
coal shortage preventing any rail
traffic, A o-nnlomeratlon of ehkie
bore the race rana raceward. A new
idea In irnrfle developed when the gi
ant airship, lt-35. hover.ng the courne.
kept a clone watch on tniiric ana wire
lenited ln ruction to the police along
the route. It .was a perfect acheme.
The "cop" airplane bnaaed about,
aiding the central trafric "Hobby" In
the Mg nl-.ip.
Betting In Strong.
Humorlnt .nld nix to one. The net
ting on Crag-Kn-Krnn wa five to one
und on Iiioiiora wn e'ght to one.
mxnrrs HOB B.VXK.
MINNEAPOLIS, June I.- (V. P.I
Five men heid up two bank messeng
ers as they were entering the .Miller'
and Trader' state bank. The bnndlis
encaped In a tour.ng car with 21, "
SENATE REFUSES TO
STRENGTHEN U. S. NAVY
WASH1NOTON, June 1. (IT. P.)
The senate the second lime reinsert to
support econonjy advocates desiritiK
to Increase the strength ot tne nnv
100.000 men In a vote" of SS to 24. The
senate set the strength of the navy at
120.000 and the pay appropriation
$15,000,000 over the sum the house
SAN FRANCISCO. June 1. (!'. P.)
Evidence of emery dust having been
placed In the bearings of the shipping
board steamer flakersfleld was dis
covered on the arrival of the vessel
from Ilalboa via the canal sons rrom
San Francisco, according to advices
to the marine department and the San
Francisco chamber of commerce. The
third assistant engineer and four fire
men were Jailed, The vessel pro
ceeded on her voyage.
NEW YORK. June 1. (I.'. P.) In
a-dark little room, over Tommy's
Bronx nnloon, the fighting 5fi, remain
ing members of the Bartenders Lo
cal No. 2, nolmenly nwore to hold out
against the world until death or tho
Volstead act In repealed. They re
new their resolution to keep up the
fleht against prohibition. Chris Hlnes
secretary of the union, declared:
"There nlnt many left of the "5 cock
tall waiters still carrying a card, but
we're righting the right, and- keeping
rltl. Thai- never will nl the
rim- six. Rooxn Is coming bark and
i n be here when It does."
.ST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1, 1921.
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HlTtH( 1 1
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1 Mra. Ilia H. I'allahan. .t'orvallin, .rvnlnnu S ilm, r.. I. Wade, I'en-
dleton, director. 2 Mr. J. W. Sadler, Aurora, director. 4 .Mr. Lonin E.
Hea:1, Kueiie, a .uli I or. u 111. Collin Kliiin, Prinevllle. firnt vk-e-preRldent.
I sir. John Van Zante. Portland, treanurer. 7 .Mr. S. I v. Hartaock, Cor
vallin, corrcMponding eecietnry. H Mr. Wlllinm Pell. Honoburg, xecond vlce
prenii'lent. ' ilr. Charlen HlneK. Forest drove, recording ecriiary.
U. S. LABOR BOARD
ANNOUNCES CUT IN
Downward Revision of Railroad
Rates On Vegetables FrOmlliim they were making considerable
j progress on a plan for obtaining vol-
Pacific Coast is Discussed. i"m",v ,p1u"un ''' he carrier.
CHICAGO. June 1. (A. P.) Ap
proximately the two thirds wage In
crease granted to railroad employes
Inst July was ordered deducted lif-gln-ning
July I by the ruilroud labor
-board today." Th j - average 1i tuar
of 12 percent affect 2,00,0(i men.
Ilamllnc Walks In t'onferem-e.
WASHINGTON. June 1. (A. P.)
Oownward revision of railroad rates,
parti t.laily on Ihe necessities, vas
discussed with the Interstate com
merce eommlKflon 'by President Hard
ing, who walked to the commission's
headquarter. President Harding In-
HORSE THIEF SEEN AT
Horse Was Secured but McLain
Slipped Out Tent and Made
His Escape Across Country.
Headed by Deputy Sheriffs s
Spears and E. P. Pidgeway, a posse
consisting of ranchers and Indians'
have been busily scouring the conn- j
try adjacent to the tipper Tutnllla
Creek and Ihe Cayjse country since
early yesterday evening in search of
James McLain. wanted on a charge of
stealing a horse from Louis Boyce near
Mcl-ain was suspected as the thief
Who took the horse from the Iloyce
place snd his trail was struck Tuesday
following the disappearance of the ani
mal Monday night. '
Last nitiht about 10 o'clock the
posse located the man in a pup lent on
the ranch or Alice Cnriierwoin, an In
dian. The horse was browsing nearby
with the saddle on the ground. Thf.
horse was secured, but MeLnln slipped
out from under his tent and escaped.
Making his way across the wheal
Chase was Immediately given, and
ihe nrrlrra of Indians were used to
trail him. The search was continued
all night and today the trail was fol
lewed down Ihe timber.
Warnings hfive been sent to Li
Grande and other' higher points to he
on the 'lookout for the man, as It Is
thought possible that he may have
made to the railroad am) escapen.
It Is thought that he took another
horse from Arlington. A barn burned
at Hermlston shortly hefore the second
horse which he Is accused of taking
disappeared.- It Is thought that while
smoking he accidentally set fire to th
qam, and n an effort to make a get
away, he stole the hors 'from thf
Fnyce ranch. The saddle and chaps by-
long to a man at Arlington, it is
thought, but the horse Is the property
of Boyce. 1
MBSSnOlt 41FFEP.S PRI7.E ,
LONDON. June 1. The American
ambassador, George Harvey..ls offe--
ina a nr'.xe of 25 pounds for an essnv
.... th. . constitution of ' the flitted
ei-. .v,neuinn l mwii to under-
.,,,., of the 1'nlv. rsily of Lnn -
Hon or not more than ten years stand-
OREGON FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS
cation rates on. f
about the modlfi-1
cation rates on. fi-uita. The commis
slonem are unm-i-Mood to have told
Kxei-"t;vin Are lMxappoimed.
CHICAGO. June 1. Railroad ex
ecutives declared their disappointment
in the decision of the railroad labor
board . cutting wages or all classes of
railroad employes 12 per cent, thus
Hlashiug J 4o0.i)on annually from the
railroad payroll,. President Rryam of
trie tUicag-i. .Milwaukee nnrt ST. PbiiI.
declared: "We hoped the decision
would wipe out the ent're $600,000,
ODO last year Increase. I Cannot pre
dict rate decreases yet. We must dis
cover how much this cut affects the
operating expenses hefore attertiptlng
to predict anything about rates. It is
a step in the riht direction, however.'
The decision affects 2,ft0n 000 rail em-
15 TO 19 1-4 CENTS BID
ON WOOL IN POOL AT
Greatest Bulk of Wool at An
'nual Sale Received Its High
1 est Bid From Boston Firm.
Prices rnnging from 15 to 19 1-4
cents a pound were paid for the wool
jn t)je pool at pilot Rock today In the
annual wool sale, that was held this
morning.- The greater bulk of the
wool 'rece'.ven its highest bid from the
American Woolen Co. of Boston. Other
buyers were the Port In nd Wool Ware
house and J. Koshland.
Sealed bids were opened at 10
o'clock, but there still remains some
doubt aa to whether the prices bid
will he accepted. Following are the
quantities offered by each grower,
and the high price bid:
U C. .Mathews, 19.000 pounds, 13
F. K. Chapman, 29. bass, IS 3-1
cents. . . . 1
tioss Sheen Co. S3 bags fine wool. 9
bass of coarse wool. The
bid was 17 1-4.
fine woo: j
Sum Porter. 22 bags of course and
12 bags of fine average price 1 h cents.
Cole and Hutrliinas, 42 bags coarse,
bass rine. ' I
.M. G. Kdwards 37 bags choice year, j
ling fine wool IS 1-4 cents. . , charmingly at tnis morning a session.
Joe Pedro. 100 bags fine wool, IT with Mrs. A. J. Owen at the piano.
n-S cents. For this afternoon, Mrs. Alexander G.
Fd Campbell. 70 bags, IS 1-R. Thompson is speaking on "Practical
Alex Livingstone represented- the ! Pointers on Legislation." loiter the
American Woolen company which hid delegates will motor to the State Hos
hiRh on all but three of the lots men-( Pltal. where in the auditorium the play
Honed j "The Futurists" will be presented by
v ' . j nine members of the Current Litera
1. A. P.) Great
thnt the Anglo-
year, says the Nli
The na -
jtlons are negotiating for a revision of
the alliance, says tho newspaper.
COM MBIA RISES SLIGHTLY.
PORTLAND. June 1. ( A. P.)
There Is a alight rise In the upper Cn-
Imiihla today. Warm weather ma v re-!
Inew the rislnS waters, though ror
three riavs a lower stage In the river
here Is forecast.
' : -i
Mrs. Thomas Winter President
of National Federation Pays
First Visit to Western Club.
WOMEN SHOULD PROGRESS
KEEP BREAST OF TIMES j
'Self Culture That Does. Not
Produce is Like Old Asceti
of Past Centuries.'!
"Eet' don't stand for progress and
stand and stand while all the world
, .... 1 j 1 , ..... .1 .. ) IV'tnlAr
national presldem of the Federation 01 ." '-"-
Women's Clubs at the noon luncheon of Eastern Oregon, and one or the
given today at the Elks club in her :inen who as.isted in the capture .rf j
honor ti,P murderers of Til Taylor, was shot
Mni Winter urged that clubwomen 1 1n tlie back yesterday by members of
keep abrest of the times and said that Uhe sheriffs force. The authorities ;
... . , ,a . .t.... .hu ).' ,.,w,k Mrlj,chlin for a holdup man. -
to produce. "fvH culture that does !
;not produce In like the old asceticism ,
of nast centuries" she explained. "We :
cultivate land to make It produce; our
culture must produce also."
Mrs. Winter urged that clubwomen
support the pending maternity bill and
express their disapproval or the pro
posed Senator Moses amendment. In
speaking or the .Shepherd Towner bill.
Mrs. Winter Baid that in her opinion it
would be a great mistake to include in
one bill provisions ror public health,
education and care for exservice men.
15ft Delegates Guests
Oije hundred fifty delegates sat
down to the luncheon tables, centered
by yellow ppppies and blue cornflow
ers. Kach guest received a charming
old fashioned boutonnlere. Mrs. Nct-
tie Greer Taylor of Portland sang
"Star or Me." In her pleasing man
ner nriih Mrs. Frank Bovden. Pendle-
ton, at the piano.
The need ror wider icope or libraries
was empha.-ir.ed by Miss Cornelia Mar
vin,, stale librariae. in her talk this
morning. "Women or Oregon must
make the whole state see that access to
iroort literature will help to meet the 1
crises of the times." she said.
Miss Marvin favored taxation of
everyone in the Cnlted States so that
libraries and other aids toward the na
tion's betterment may be provided.
-'he said that the small library is
not a success and spoke In favor of the
county unit system. A tribute to the
1'niatilla county library system was
paid by Miss Marvin, when she said
that this county, the second ot the U
counties in the state to adopt thA
county system, has the best results of
any col nty outside of Multnomah and
has the largest library outside of that
The Oregon law that all books in li
braries of the state shall be only those
approved by the American Library As
sociation or some other accredited as
soelation was praised by Miss Marvin
who mentioned the work of Pendleton
clubwomen In bringing this law about.
I rgts - I-.Iiiniiiatioii
Miss Marvin urged the elimination ot
the unfit and said that this measure
would save the state great sums of
Mrs. Maude U Woodyard sang
This evening, at S p. m., the recep
tion in honor of Mrs. Winter will be
given. All sessions of the convention
are open to the public.
Wit lvl.lt FACES CHARGE,
WARSAW. Inih, June I. ll'. P.)
Eighteen year old Virgil Decker went
011 trial charged with murdering his
,,.,1 and double." Leroy Loveit. The
1 prosecution hopes to prove that Virgil
iHod his friend that the $24,000 in-
i.airance Decker carried might be col
G1S IIM BILL PASSED.
WASHINGTON, June 1. ll". P.-
ITbe Graham bill authorising the con-
'animation of telephone systems ras-
'ed ihe house following a brief debate.
' 4 t
( Q )iWlllT?lt
COUNTRIES OF SOUTH
AMERICA MAY WITH
DRAW FROM LEAGUE
WASHINGTON', June I. l".
P.) A withdrawal of the South
American countries now mem
ber of the league or nation I
predicted by Latin diplomat.
The reanon ror the prediction
are: President Harding' appar-
4- em attitude not ravorlng even a
modified league and Ambassador
larvey'n "Plain English" speech
regarding a relative league. '
OFFICER MEN FOR
Veteran Officer Did Not Hear
Command to Throw Up
His Hands and is Wounded.
LA GRANDE Ore., June . 1.
While' ly:ng In wait for a Cadillac car
1 from Pendleton which he had neen in
formed carried a quantity of whiskey.
, ..,,., ,., , officer
The bullet was fired by officers from ,
the sher.fl'a office and police depart-,
ment or lJi Grande, who had been 111-
lormeo a noio-up iimn Ka wivi n
the canyon this ide of Hilgard anu
hastily drove to that locality Intend
ins 10 intercept and capture the sup
posed outlaw. When they arrived.
Officer 'McLachlin was sitting on the
river bank with his gun across his
knees. It ;s presumed the old officer
did not hear the command to throw
up his hands, and when there wa no
response the officers fired one bullet
lodging in the tack close intoward the
side of Mr. JIcLachlan.
As soon us it was known that an of
riCLr had been shot, haste was rnaoo
to Iirint- h;m to La Granite lor meoicai ,
ami K'jrqicnl atteutlon. Before leaving I
the. spot, however, officer McLachlin
Informed the sheriffs deputies that he
was there to capture a
of bonded whiskey which he felt sure
was being brought across the moun
tains in a Cadillac car.
With this information some of the
officers stayed In the canyon and wher
the two fcreign-bnrn gentlemen drove
cp in a Cadillac roadster, they grab-
bed ihem and secured a large consign
ment of Canadian Club whiskey.
No officer in the northwest is bet
ter know n than J. H. McLachlin, com
monly called "Old Mack." for he has
hunted more criminals and risked hs
life more times .for the peace and
safety of the country than any other
man of his years. He was the "Til
"Taylor" of 1'nion county, except that
he had captured more criminals, for
he lias been at work longer.
It is re-
ported today that he is connected with
the rederal department and Is a depu
ty federal otficer. hence his vigil on
the transportation of whiskey in vio
lation of the federal law.
KNOX, 1ml., June . 1. ll". P.)
Freddie Scherman. nervous and timid,
told the Jury Cecil Burkett. H years
old. had killed his playmate,
Slavin. aged seven. He used a shot
gun. "We were playing In Burkett
yard last Thanksgiving," declared
Scherman. "we wanted to go hunting,
so got the gun and shot at the birds
but did not hit any. We came luck to
the yard and played with the gun.
cil took the gun and aimed it at
Benny's sister. 'You better run,' he
told her. She ran. 1 was up a tree
cleaning a bird's nest. I heard the
gun 'pop', and saw Cecil running round
the corner, Run in hand. Benny was
lying on the ground, shot. His sweat
er was on fire." Scherman declared
Cecil did not like Benny. He. say
I 'evil slapped Benny s race and threw
rocks at him once. The boy slicks to
iift:l: is l"OSTPONEI.
PORTLAND. June 1 ll'. P.) '
Federal Judge Wolverton grunted j
postponement of the hearing on a per-j
manrnt Inltmction of the shipping!
k.nl n-ti!,h wti In orevent the!
strikers doing alleged damage to the
merchant marine. Provided no estlle
inent of the strike prevent, the ehar
ing will be taken up Monday arier-noon.
TULSA IS SCEfiE
OF BLACK A!!D
Race Warfare Rages Through
Black Belt Respite Presence
3 Units National Guardsmen.
THREE HUNDRED NEGROES
CAPTURED BY WHITES
i.With Hats Off, Arms High in
! . . . .
Air Prisoners Are Marcnea
Down North Main Street.
TULSA, June l.(V. P.) A check
of the mors lie and hospital through
the smouldering ruina placed the toll
of the rioting late today aa follow:.
Whites, dead,, 7, Whites Injured, ap
Negroes, dead, 5, negroes Injured,
more than 200.
The fire loss Is practically the entire
negro district, comprising ten quare
inA, June 1. t". P.) Ftrea
Mtnrtri hv ihe rioters threatened the
i destruction of the city and ha halted
the bloodiest race war in the history
or tne souinwesi. neven wnue men
and ;,il negroes were killed In, the
fighting starting lat night when the
negroes attempted to Jail delivery a
tolored youth under the charge of as
saulting a white girl.
TIT-SA, Okla.jJune 1. d'. P.)
Tnlxa Is the baftling ground of the
whites and blacks. Race warfare
.i...h , h M.,k h.lt .H-,
""- - - -
despite ihe presence of three units of
national gt,ardmen, halls of - bullet. .
are sweeping the streets. Two white
men and one negro are known to he
dead Rifle and pistol bullet, and
hurled brick have injure.) ; many.
The first negro wa killed when., he
resisted a policeman's attempt at pr
resl. Additional troops are expected
to the scene hourly. Three hundred
negroes are reported captured by the
Twenty six line of captured ne
groes, their hat off and arm high In
the air, were marched down north
Main street. White civilian acted as
guards, with pistols and rlflea.
1 Property. I.o C1wkel Vp
Tl'LSA. June 1. I V. P.) Com
parative quiet hag settled on the city,
after 12 hour of furious fighting,
burning and pillaging. Authorities are
checking up the dead, wounded and
property lossv : ,
Martial I.a Declared :
TCLSA. June 1 (t. P.) The
eastern part of fhe city Is In flame. A
torch set fire to the dwellings of the
wh tes and regro Inhabitant. ' All
the fire equipment In the city Is com
bating the names. Fire righting 1
made dirricult hecause of the mobs
that rill the street. A part or the
city enriamed is where the black belt
meets and merge Into the white sec
tion. Governor Robertson has declar
ed martial law.
MORRISON IS TtF.IjRVSEO.
SEATTLE, one 1; (V. P.) Jarne
Morrison, u, forme Svl'ie poJIcenton,
convicted of stealing with others, a
large quantity of liquor from the cua- .
torn warehouse two years ago. has
1 been released from the McNeil Inland
penitentiary, rederal official are In
formed. .Morrison jia co-defendant
with Kd Hagen and began serving his)
sentence immediately, Hagen delay
ed to appeal the case.
J MRS. OKTIIWF.IN FACER TltlAIj
CHICAGO. June 1. (1 P.) Mrs.
Cora C. Orthwein wa reindicted 011
j the charge of murdering Herbert P.
j Zelgler, Goodyear tire and rubber
i company executive. She will go on
' trial tomorrow.
BITTER SHOWS INCREASE
POUTl.ANI, June 1. A. P.)
Cuttle are steady: hogs are steady,
prime light are JK.bO to !.?.: sheen
t Mrt, jttrnnwr ' nrliu. Intnl. II! HA In
$7.25; eggs are firm and butter in two
cents higher, extra'cubes 31 cents.
Barometer, 2 9.52.