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r V0L' 33 DAILYAOT"OTmN7pLETONOBEGOH, THURSDAY EVENING, UNE 9, 1921.
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Sales Manager for Growers
Charges Japs Are "' Allowed
to Dictate Market Price.
HUBBARD FARMERS MUST
SELL CROP QUICKLY
Indignant - Shoppers Demand
Explanation From Market
Head; Canneries arc Buying.
1'OKTUAND. Juno t. ( L". P.) A
near riot occurred In the public mar
ket today whew the housewives here
frustrated in their attempt to purchase
Hubbard, OreKon, atiuwberrles selling
at ft cenie a crute when Hie rcKulnr
market price of berries nun SI. US.
Market Master Kaatmun threatened to
eject Fred Wright, the salca mummer
of the Hubbard llerry Association, for
bidding him the use of the market.
Eastman alated that associations are
not allowed to rent kIuIIh In Die mar
ket. Wright asserted that the Japan
ese ussoclnlon fixes the price of berries
regularly aold. Wright dec lures l"'t
members of the Hubbard llerry Asso
elation have large crpa and mini d s
poae of them. He wanted to keep the
alalia open late at night and Lamina n
refused Ills special privilege Indig
nant shopper thronged Kutrtiiian e of
fice, demanding an explanation. Knsl
in in refused to allow Wright to act! at
any except the regular hours. The
berry crop here Is large unci canneries
are taking lurgo quantities, booslln-;
: TO BOOST PRICE IS
r CLAIMED IN REPORT
Federal Trade Commission
Rpnorta to Contrrcsa DDon'statemenL
Alleged Elcgal Practice.
WAHHINC.TDN, June J. (A. P.)
Charges that the loggers and lumber
mnnufactuiers of the iHmglas fir re
gion of the Pacific coast, are organ
lied to fix prices by restricted produc-'
Hon was 'made by the federal trade
coimniaslon In a report to congress.
Canadian lumbermen wero taken
Into the fold In 11 when they threat
ened proposed price Increases In this
country by plamtln gto ship Canadian
logs, the report stutcs. charging the
prices today are at high level. The
report explains the association com
poses lumbermen nnd loggers of the
Douglas fir region of the Pacific
northwest. The commission naid be
tween 1915 and 1920 wholesale quo
tations on fir lumber had Increased
900 to too percent and I hat despite
the recent reductions some prices are
still ut level with May and Juno of
1919, and others were cn.uul to those
In the spring of 1917.
john ;omi:n iii;s.
NEW YOUK. June . (A. P.)
John Golden, president of the Untied I
Textile Workora of America, dlud at
hla homo in Hrooklyn aftoV several
weeks of Illness.
JIM'S HAY WAS OF POOR
QUALITY BUT HE INSISTS
IT HAD HIGH ALTITUDE
A large stack of hay at Barn
hart belonging to James II.
Hlurgls was burned last night,
llut the owner who returned this
morning from Scuttle was un
aware of the fact until ho learn
ed the news In a peculiar man
ner. "I understand you hsvo some
hay at Burnhart for sale", said
a voice over the telephone.
"No", replied Jim. "That hay
la not very good and I would not
sell It to anyone as real hay."
"Are you sure of that?" the
"Certainly", answered the
Commercial Association presi
dent. "It oU' h!ly und lHMr
The man on the phone then
made It known ho was Dick
Carr, Insurance adjuster and he
wished to adjust the loss aa hla
company carried the Insurance
,i ih. hv had leen burned.
IJadly dlscnmfltled over hav
ing admitted the poor quality
of h'a hay Sturgla believes he
still has an avenue of scaie.
II. .v. ihn adjuster can tell
how long the stack was and
how wido but he cannot tell how
high It was. "That haystack
waa nearly a hundred feet high,"
s .ACE, " BROKE
To pay H!i. for a
Jug of moonshine whiskey am
I l" hHV lhM wlfe ""l'nk 11
on that por, unprotected jn
I mid smash It to place and biiII
out all of (he drinks enclosed
therein was the and story Hint
was related In the court of Jus.
tire Joe If. PHrkc thla morning.
' According to testimony that
was offered In the stutcs' case
against W. K. Irwin, charged
with selling whiskey, Imvln sold
a Jug containing two gallons of
the old corn Juice to Dave Honl
fer of Gibbon. The sale wag
made on Decoration Day, the
Mrs. Knnlfer became suspi
cious of the transaction, found
where the Jug was hidden and
made ail examination. After
pulling I he cork and applying
lho nlefactory lest, Mrs. Jlonl
fer testified that she then pour
ed a small uusntltv of the con
tents Into (lie hallow of her
hand and tutted It. Her vlrdlct
was that It was whiskey, so she
proceeded lo smash the Jug.
.The court accepted the wife's
Judgment and found Irwin guilty.
sentence was taken under ad
Too Drastic in Some Respects
Members Declare and Docs
Not Provide Fat Minimum.
The proposed city ordinance lo reg
ulate production and distribution of
milk which was drawn by the eoun'y
agent, the dairymen, retailers and rcp-
i resenuillvea of women's clubs with lir.
P. K. Hoyden, city physician, cooper
ating, was turned down by the city
council last night when the report of
the ordinance committee that it be not
passed was accepted.
The action of the council wus taVen
in the face of a tuotest from (lie clly
iphyslc'un who declared that some
provision Is needed in Pendleton to in
sure a supply of pure milk fur chil
dren. Tuberculosis is transmitted lo
children fruin drinking milk from tu
bercular cowa, ho declared, and the
A ,lv ..,,. . hlM
The sense of the council was that
the measure was too strict to be en
forced on the big and little dairymen
alike, and members of the body de
clared that there was no use passing
any more legislation that could not le
This phase of the question brought
scathing remarks from Magistrate
Thomas Fill Gerald who declared
there were too many provisions In the
proposed measure that would make t
necessary to "kiss the bossies and tuck
them In bed. He also declared thai
It would be easily possible for the or
dinance In Its proposed form to lie
used for spite work. v
"If a small dairyman did not ob
serve this ordinance to the letter, even
If his milk might be above reproach
and he was found guilty of violating
some provisions of it, when brought
Into court he would be guilty and
have to puy a flue."
Frlcdly and McMonlca were also
free in their opposition.
"A good measure that is briefer and
contains provisions that Could be llveo
up to would be alt right, and I'd like
to see such an ordinance, McMonles
but under this ord.1 nance, If
every dairyman observed It to the let
ter, there are not enough extra lnon In
the county, to do everything thut
would be required."
When It came to vote on the recom
mendation of the ordinance commit
tee, every councilman present voted to
refuse to consider the measure. An
other criticism was that there was not
Included in the first draft any pro-
vision for a def.'nite uinount of butter
fat In milk. Dr. Boydon called atten
tion to the fact that the measure
would reoiilre all milk sold to be
"We did not want to discriminate
against a herd that might test lower
If we wero sure the owner sold whole
milk," tho city physician explainod In
il'seussing the angle of the case.
Tho attitude taken by tho council
was that If a measure that .would lw
less exacting In some ways and would
sot a standard for the amount of but
ter fat could be worked out, it wpuld
be given consideration. i
CH1CAUO, June 9.A. P.) One
thuiisaud dollars from the Internation
al Association of notary Clubs was
sent yesterday to Pueblo, olo.. for re-
1 lief of victims of the Colorado flood.
'The notary club fund Is being rslsefl
j throughout tho V. &. at the sollclta-
i lion of the American Red Cross. The
iPayton, Ohio, club contributed 5o
to bo fund yesterday.
. While official authorisation to raise
a relief fund has not aa yet been re-
celved. the organisation will forward
all contributions to the flood area.
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The above views, the first to be received by any Orf gon n
the N. E. A. service, sent from Denver. In the top picture is s
water had receded to some extent. The view gives some idea o
DRIVE POLES OUT
Polish Insurgents Made Show
of Resistance but British
Did Not Fire One Shot.
GERMAN DEFENSE FORCES
ATTACK FRENCH TROOPS
German Ambassador Said Ger
mans Mistook Frcncy Army
for Polish Insurgents.
OITKIA, June . (A. !'.) Kive
thousand Polish Insurgents wero. driv
en from Hosenliorg by the ltritisb
forces. The Poles made a show of re
sistance but the. British -did not fire
a shot in taking' Itosenborg.
Trouble in Silesia.
PARIS, Juno 9. (A, lMr-tli'ininn
Ambassador Mayer presented excuses
for the attack upon the KrvncH trooi s
in Hllesla yesterday by the German de
fence forces.' He said the Germans
mistook the French fot Polish Insur
PITTSIilTRIiH June . The city
council today appropriated I Mm for Htwo Legion officials' when his car went
tablet to be placed in the house at lover an embankment the result of n
Bardstown, Ky., where Stephen - j break ill the steering gear. Oulbraith's
Foster, author of the "old Kentucky skuli wan fractured
Home'1 and other southern melodies. Xo l umnil Arriinaeiucnt.i.
lived after he moved frmn Pittsburgh.! Henry -Han, director of American!
his birthplace. ,satlon work for the legion .was drlv-j
jtns. He lst control of Itie machine:
CTD'IEC AM IPCRCPn Knronmn had planned to catch the 1
ilUl'mil M l IhrDLlAU o'clock train and Kyun a attempt;
UIIUU-U MM IUUUl.llU!iii); xn mikt (f Th Hn,iKlt
HALIFAX. June !. (A. P.V The
American freighter Chariot struck an
Iceberg 200 miles off tho coast. The
vessel's bow was stove in. The steam
ship Columbia Is proceeding to give
FIRST PICTURE OF
HEAD OF AMERICAN
LEGION IS KILLED IN
Colonel Galbraith's Dcathj
Threw Into Mourning Legion
Posts Throughout ' Nation.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 9.
(U. P.) Colonel Galbraith's
last statement, written just be
fore his death, is a plea for the
simultaneous disarmament of
world powers. "The American
Legion is unalterably opposed
to any plan to advocate the dis
armament of the United States
unaccompanied by simultan
eous disarmament Dy oiner
World DOWerS." .
The statement asserted tiati " to disconnect me wer that
nlpns- were under wav in this empty ,n, the dea,i waU''s .
plans Were uncier way HI l,us!colm,cI property owners to connect
country to .advocate disarma-iwllh ,he l.i1v aV8tem ana aiievUite iie
ment of the United States, as ani present condition.
"example that. Other nations'
must Pintllnte." -
r.alhrnith rhnracf prized surl- ;
an action as 'ioolish nnd dan -
gerous," asserting1 that the Am-;.,
has a goal to
bring about world peace,
plans towara mat enci, orK-
inj? in conjunction with the vpt-:who
erans' oriranizations of other
. . , , i
Countries. -. The grave of Ir. Wilii.ti" '. M- j etally CooiwiMte in extending cour-
Khv. pioneer Jiylclan . of rmntlltu: tesies to the old soldiers. A'ltist will
I'lMMANAPOI.IS. June, n (A. P.) ; county, was voted a prrpi-tiial tipkeeu j he pi;ivi.led with vardh imliciting that
-Ttle death of Colonel V. V. On I-! privilege last hlght. The action came ,. vetertans are invited to ride any
l.railli. ii-., of Cincinnati, nulionolias a result of a. request to this el feet ; here they wish to gv while here.
coininnniler of the American Lemon, tiy the 1'ioneer i.amos mn. ;
in inn automtdille accident threw Inlo ; ' tition presented ' property
nuiurning the legion posts through-, owneiw w ho live on Marie street rs--!
out tins nation. ' 1 t'ween Court and Webb requesting'
Galliraith wns retnrnlni; to the 'lty'tnilj the street le paved was granted:
ft-om the country club lust jils-ht Willi , i,v .i,,, onnncil. A petition from A. .1 j
jon a r:iilrtd track and plunged down
!the embankment. The three officers
had attended a rally of the Legion tti ;
! the outskirts of. the e.ly, tV.en went to i
tlie country club reception. Colon
occurred half way to the city. Gal
bin It h was dead when he w as remov
ed from the wreckage.
Tho funeral services arc not coin
pleled. It probably will ue In Cincin
natl, with full military honors,
(Continued on page B.)
ewspaper readied the East Oregonian this morning through
hown a section of Pueblo at Main and IJnion street? after the
f the damage wrought. The lower picture shows Hood refugees
NTO MILL RACE ARE I
such was rion of City STORES WILL CLOSE FOR
Council Following Com-!G.A.R. PARADE WEDNESDAY
plaints College St. Residents'
Following complaints of resident's
who Jive on College street near the
Byera, mill race of the stench that
comes from the race on account of
tsewuge, a decision was main nisi """
bv the city coifncil to Instruct the mill
It Is nut known now what property
(owners are using
the sewers tout;
the race, so this '"etlxid
in ... ... i .... .rr.u.t t-f ,1.1 ins-
cll9(liolt nt .ne ,)roi,Siiion showci .Hut
man would -have io crawl op ;ie
'sewer lo find who is eimiiiH ico on n.
onrl and while .Mayor-iiaruimn
,,ui.. . . . ,.i....l ibn l.tir
tThiii n nail eiieii ,.,i"iv.. -"
,m, in h9 voli,' e wiW ion.i
Wouid " voiumeur sucii . action
Oibson requesting a lease from tlie.
city for the erection of a dam? ball;
nn the south side of the park' ground
recently purchased by tha city was
Or IFM OF KIO
', Y1F.NNA. June !. A. P.i Th
' ''allmis sre uress'ng for a revision ot
I the treaty of Rapallo. to place Kara,
j Plume and the Itoras harbor under the
administration of a Joint Italian and
Jugo-Slav commission, the Italians j
contending that the territories are un-i
juble to exist Independently. J
Present Approaches to Town
Classed as Disgrace; Frank
Criticism Made of Neglect.
Local People Requested by
Legion Chief to Show 'Vets'
Cordiality While in City.
Pemlletou business houses are re
quested to close between f:30 and 11
next Wednesday forenoon In order to
nerinit ueoole to narticioale in or wit-
., . R. parade through the
lf ,h citv A(-tin to this ef
fect was taken by the Commercial As
sociation at the forum luncheon today
utter the matter had t'i ?n presented
In Perry ldlcman, commander, of the
American Legion, who is In charge of
I He parade icainre. .or. lineman bbxtj
litn.ls-as t" Urn pr',.r,i.niins oeing
.made here tor the n. A. It. conven
tion und made a plea. th;i.t citizens gen-
Improve City l-lnlruncos
lr. W. P. McXary, superintendent f
of the llastern i iresjon State Hospital.
made (he chief tnik lit tile forum
luncheon and made frank criticism
of certain conditions here. Me espec
ially emphasised the need of improv
ing the miin approaches to the city.
He classed the appearance of the high
way between thr. stile hospital and
the residence part of town as a dis
grace. He urged th"t billboard be re
moved, lhat the ai!.:"i i 'i property be
graded and that tre-s be et out along
:lie road w:i no as to s'vr people arriv.
Iiik or ti-'tmrting a mti"r impression
;- '; ' ;:
."There has hce-i a wonderful
bi IVnd'eton duriiia the last even or
elsht yetirs" ssiil the doctor. Condi-j
tioiis are nun h belter, but there Is
Kill' room for Improvement."
"Where people do not Improve their
parking, kid them- until they do. It
is often just an oversight on their part.
Ir. McNary generously praised the
(Continued on page t.)
OKLAHOMA III .
AHD IS KILLED
Kellcy Was Shot Following
Battle in Which Machine
Guns, 'Grenades Were Used.
KILLED TWO POLICEMEN;
TOOK REFUGE IN ATTIC
Officers Called When "Kelley
Refused to Pay Board Bill
and Threatened Landlady.
TOLKIKI. O., June 9. (A. P.)
Thomas Kelley of Oklahoma, waa
killed this morning following a battle
in which machine guns and hand
grenades were used to dislodge mm
from an attic. He had killed two po
licemen who were 'called in. after ho
had refused lo pay hia board bill and
flourished, a revolver threatening hla
Ilekl Small Army at Hay.
TOLEHO, O.. June . L". P.)
.Machine guns manned by -guardsmen
and policemen who fought In Kram-B
were used against Tom Kelley, 47
years of age, barricaded in a rooming-
house, near the businesa district.
Kelley killed two patrolmen and for
several hours had held a small army
at bay. Policemen entered the second
loor and lighted sulphur candles in
an attempt to smoke Kelley out. He
is now In the attic.
Kelley Is mnd Icad
After the machine guns wera
brought against Kelley. and the Bui
phur candle lit in an attempt to drlva
him out. the police rushed the placa
and found Kelley lying across the col
dead. He had been hit twice. Both
guns were found loaded. The fight
started when he refused hla landlady
7& room rent and the woman called
the police. Kelley shouted that no po
liceman would take bint alive. He arid
the police guardsmen at bay until tlioy
lushed in and found him dead.
Kelley Was Suk-klP.
Coroner Hensler, after a postmor
tem examination of Kelley, declared
the man a suicide. There waa pow
der stains on his shirt from the flra'
of a .38 revolver Into hla breast.
Other wounds were inflicted la the
machine gun fire.
FINAL COUNT GIVES
AID BILL 1 359 LEAD
A little more tha two to one waa the
margin of the victory of the veterans' ?
aid bill in Umatilla county in the Tues- (t
day election, according to final fig
urea on reports from all of the 1
precincts which have been received at
the office, bf It. T. Brown, county ,
clerk. The totals show that the vota
was 218S for and 112 opposed.
By far a majority of the precincts
gave a nice fat margin in favor of the
measure, but lit a few precincts, even
this measure met with a rough recep
tion. In Precincts Noa. 1, 2 and 1
In the Milton district, neavy majori
ties against the aid bill were rolled up t
in proportion to the vote cast. In No.
1, there were 7 votea for and 15
against, and In No. (3 the records
show that there were 5 who voted yes
to 1 voting no. In Xo. (3. IS voted
favorable to the measure with 23 tak
Ing- the negative aide.
The increased salaries bill for coun
ty officials was opposed by a larger
majority than was accorded) the ad
bill In. its victory, the final vote being
9SS for and 5183 against. ,
1-xn m ikai in i;n.
DKXVKK, June 9. (A. P.) Mil
ton Smelling, national president of
the steam and operating engineer
union, who is here as a delegate to
American Federation of Labor con
vention, was found dead In his bed at
Iteported by Major Lee Moorhouse.
official weather observer.
Barometer, 41' 5.