East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 14, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Image 1

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Senator Lodge Will Not Give
in to House Measure Unless
Compelled to He Intimates.
Republican Leaders Grapple
With Task of Maintaining
Peace in Their Own Ranks.
WASHINGTON'. June 14. (U C.
Martin, l.". I. Staff Correspondent.)
Republican lender in the senate far
ed the problem of making pence with
- Uermany mid keeplnm pent In their
own political rank, following the
house passage yesterday of thn I'nrter
peace resolution and the rejection of
the Knox resolution which panned the
senate. The senate Insists 011 the
Knox measuie and the house Insists
on the I'ortcr measure. ' They fear a
deadlock, threnten'nR an Indefinite
.delay In the restoration of the peace
Senator Lodge made It clear he halt
no Intention of giving In to the house
without a slrujjgle. "We will have
something to ray about the final form
of this resolution, be mire of that."
Lodge declared. He favor the substl
tutlon of the Knox resolution for
Port era. ' Senator Knox told bis friends
he had no pride in the authorship, bin
his resolution was carefully drawn
and seemed to meet the situation.
Treaty In Xewmutrr,
WASHINGTON, June 14. (Her
bert W. Walker. V. V. Staff Corres
pondent) The teaty for peace be
tween the I tilled States and Germany
must follow the enactment of peace
resolution, republican) liciiiKe leader
fresh from a conference with the pres
ident declared. Such an action is ne
cessary to settle the disputed questions
arising between the two nations after
the final peace resolution passes, to
establish the right of the Inlted State
to settle the damage claims and fu
ture dealings with the Germans,
Secretary of Federation Says
Gary Can Not be Very Solicitous-
of Men's Welfare.
DENVER, June 14 ( J. I. O'Sulll
tan, U. P. Staff Correspondent.)
Uibor leaders cite the working condi
tions: of the steel mills, replying to the
attacks on them 1y E. H. llary, head
of the inited States steel corporation.
Krank Morrison, secretary of the fed
eration, declared that more credence
would be placed on Gary's remarks
' should he allow his men to organize
for their betterment, let them work
eight hours a day Instead of twelve
and pay good wages Instead of cut
ting them at the first opportunity.
"Gary can not he very solicitous of the
men's welfare," declared .Morrison,
answering the Gary speech before the
students of the Syracuse university,
when he forces them to work long j
hours and ruts their wages."
Tho labor convention marked t'me
while the' committees framed resolu
tions, reports and other routine mat-
lets. The main part or the convention
will not start until the last part of the
week. tJlle adverse sentiment is felt
opposing the re-election of Samuel
(rompers for president. His speech
yesterday was generally approved and
absolutely solidified his position as a
lender. Close friends of John U Lew
is, head of the t'nlted Mine workers,
admit of little chance In placing him
over the head of the veteran leader
at this convention.
NEW YOltK, Jin 14. (f. I.)
Pabo llulh clouted two more homers
against 'Detroit, Duuss being the vie-
tlm. This Is the seventh in five days,
and the I! 3rd of the season.
POhiwAU, June 14. (A. P.)
Cattle are ss rents lower, choice steers
t are 7.til; hogs are 2 cents lower,
prime Unlit l.;f. ftjjs.tm. Sheep are
.1 rents h'ghor, east of tho mountain
lambs S . MXi f J. 00. Ksc's and butter
re steady.
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"I aift find the little creel; I camp
ed by 4 years sgirwhen I visited Pen
dleton," says n. X. Abbott, of War
renton. o. A. It. Veteran who is a
visitor during the encampment. When
Pendleton was an Infant city two years
old, Mr. Abbott stopped here snd ient
the night. He wns returning from the
Indian wars, of which he Is a veteran
as well as being an old Civil War fight
er. The O. A. II. encampment being held
in Pendleton Is the fortieth encamp
ment of the state organization.
J. T. Butler, of Gladstone, depart
ment commander, says he will Join the
rnnks of past commanders tomorrow.
Other past Voinmanders who are here
are 8. R niythe. of Hood Kivcr, Dr. .1.
K. Hall, of Portland, 15. H. Turner, of
MrMlnnvlllc, W. J. Heach. of Foresl
drove, and Kam Taylor, of Kugene.
Twenty-eight years ago, when the
fl. A. II. encampment was held in Pen.
dletnn April 12 and 13, n. H. Turner,
An Informal Ananias club:
Ordinarily, most any Individual Is
likely to get pee.vlsh when he Ik placed
In such a category as this, hut veteran
members of the Grand Army of the
Republic who are in Pendleton for
their annual state encampment are
forming Just that sort of a club. The
qualifications are not determined by
who can tell the biggest II-mt, fib
now. Rut the men who can belong are
thosa who added a year, or two, or
three, or maybe more to their ages
when they enlisted In the l:nlnn army.
The legal age was IS for entrance,
but there were a lot of men who fought
In the wsr who lacked a lot of being
that old when they held up their
right hands and took the oath that
bound them, body and soul, to the
cause of the North in the great con
fllct,. Veterans smile now when accused
of having sworn falsely to their age
when they enlisted,
"I guess I'm guilty,'' confessed R.
M. Abbott, now senior vice-commander
of the Oregon department. ,"I was
only sixteen, but I Rot In and saw a
lot of service."
George H. Perkins of Monmouth
who saw service as a member of the
49th Wisconsin Infantry admitted
that there was one time in his life
when he "doctored" the truth the least
"I was Just a little past IB," he sn'd.
W. H. Hay of Forest Grove enlisted
at Perorla when he was 1" during the
last year of the war.
"' 'an n"'v from home when I was
1 J but my daddy came and collared me
and took me home nnd gnve me n
liri 'nir," he said with a smile.
David Weaver who enlisted In Illin-
of Mi Xiinnvillc. attended. He Is here
today and Is lool.lng for other veter
ans who were Pendleton guests In
days gone by. He recalls that H. H.
Northrup was department commander
and that J. C. Cooper, of McMinmille.
was electfd new commander. Mr.
Turner Is himself a past commander,
having served in J903. He was. dur
ing the t'tvil War, a member of th
Indiana Volunteer Infantry and is one
of the youngest looking veterans In
attendance at the encampment.
The patriotic colors, Red, White and;
Tllue. predominate in the lovely Pen-
cilotnn flowers which are used in deco- i
rating the i:iks loiige room, library and f
I. . . P. hall where the enenmnment
sessions are being held. Red and
whij roses and blue cornflowers earrv
out the Idea.
A vteran of veterans Is A. J. Coop
er, of The Dalles, who because he is
III hts nineties. Is the oldest n. A, R.
tun n here. Mr. Cooper Is In good
hoalth although his hearing Is failing.
o s was also under nso, but he still re
fuses to tell how much.
"Yes. j 1 ed a little, but you know it
wns hard for us boys to htay at home
when we paw the hoys who were just a
little bit older poln away. We weren't
any good at home, so finally our par
ents would Just let us go," se said.
D. H. Van Kl'k was with the lth
Oh(o Infantry, and when pressed," h
will admit that he forgot just the exact
late of his birth. He formerly lived
In Oklahoma, hut he is at Hillsboro at
".o, I didn't lie, because I couldn't,"
was the way j. T. Dnywald keeps out
of the club. " had three older broth
ers, nnd my folks nvuie nie stay .tit
home until I was 1 s."
He served In fh 4Sth ( ihlo Infantrv.
Other additions are expected to the
membership of the club as acquaint
ances are renewed.
"It was serious at one time to' ad
mit that we lied, but I guess we are oh'
enough now to tell the truth nhout it."
ime -veteran said, and comrades who
were i landing by smiled and nodded
their beads.
WAMINOTUN, jnm- 14. (A. f
(NnnmHtider Ratsltm Holm ok, rapt m In
"f the rts'fltMH!n1 yarht Mnvflnwer
vns fonmilly ilosimmttMl yostonljiy nk
nnat it to IVPsitlrnt HnriitiiR H
w II ront nuo in vontmnnd uf th
His brother, J. C. Cooper, was elected
commander when the G. A. R. met
here i!S years ago.
John Simpson is official elevator
man at the Klks temple during the
encampment. John Is assisted in
handling the crowds by many Boy
Scouts in uniform, who live up to the
scout creed by doing not one, but doz
ens, of good deeds each day.
(3. A. R. encampment visitors are
renewing friendship with Claud Barr,
secretary of the Pendleton Commercial
Association. Mr. Barr was secretary
of the Astoria Association last year
when the veterans and ladles visited
that city for annual encampment ana
he Is recognized by scores of dele
gates who are expressing appreciation
of Mr. Ban' efforts to make the visit
a pleasant one. Mr. Barr is assisted j
by Mrs. Lowell K. Kearn, who is in
charge of the accommodations and in- ;
toimation desks. j
An honored guest of the Oregon en-
c unpment of the G. A. It. is Dr. M. W.
Wood, of Boise, Idaho, veteran of the
Civil War, Indian wars, Spanish Am
erican War and of the World War.
Dr. Wood served in the medical corps
of the three latter wars but says the
proudest days of bis life were when he
carried a musket in some of the bloody
bat ties of the Civil War.
. For 1(1 years S. F. Blythe, of Hood
River, wb.i served during the Civil
War in the 2id Ohio, was editor of tha I
Hood River Glacier-and he still takes j
an Interest in newspaper work. His;
son, Ned lllythc. is chief copy editor I
on the Oregon Journal. The elder Mr. j
BlMhe is a past department command.
er. '
,8im Taylor, past department com
mander, served In the 13th Pennsyl
van'a Cavalry. Mr. Taylor Is in charge
of the Soldiers Home at floscberg.
Gideon Stolr.. G. A. R. man from Sa
lem, owns a 'cider factory in the capi
tal city; Mr. Stofc Is one of the pio
neers of Oregon and well known
throughout the state.
Any woman who wears the liuiirna
of the Daughters of Veterans ts a
; daughter of a IS. A. It., while the Iji
, die of the O. A. It. are wives, ilanh
itern and sisters nf the heroin. Hlood
rctaUoiiHhiii to a tnemher of the O, A.
: It Is not required hy the Women's
Relief t'orpn. Of he three women's
ofKH-nixution. it membership Is
Kieutest and in this state totals 4 &nn.
A year ukA there were 2 members
lin the-Drum Torps of the (i. A. R.
Today there are seven. I. S. Vaughn
'and W. H, Rrooks played at the fu
ineral of I.innoln Mil K. M. (run( uses
the very sticks he used years awo
(when pluyltifr "Hail o i;.e Chief
i when thn jjreat emancipator reviewed
I the troops at Petersburg. J. T. tut -
ler. department commander, is a
member of the corps, and uses the
sticks use4 In CivU War days.
Mrs. Jennie Small, librarian for the
ladies of the (5. A. R'., is the daoRh-
trr-in-liw of Mrs. Rebecca Smalt, of j
Albany, one of the early presidents of
Continued on page two
Man Answering Description
Ordered Breakfast But Did
Not Stop to Consume Meal.
, , .
Suspicious Actions of Man
Caused Officers to Accept
View He is Lost Prisoner.
CASTLE KIK'K. Wash., June 14.
(A. P.) A man believed to 1e Roy
(Jardner was thought surrounded at
"The flock" half ji mile south of here
this morning. The suspect first ap
pealed at 6 o'clock and asked Henry
Wend where he could get something
to eat. He was directed to the Royal
restaurant. He entered the restau
rant and ordered a meal, but was
frightened when he saw Wend pass
the window twice, and ran south, dis
appearing behind "The liock" from
which the town Rot its name. Sheriff
Hogsiatt was notified. He gathered! a
posse and Immediately surrounded the
vicinity. A force of special railway
agents was rushed from Kelso to aid
in the hunt. IT. William-son, propr:e-
1 tor of the restaurant( said the- r.wn
answered Gardner's description. He
was coluirless and bad four days'
growth of beard. He had gold filled
teeth like Gardner's.
POIiTLAXD. June 14. (F. P.) -
! Apparently a definite clue to Roy
j Gardner was phoned from Castle
I Rock today. A man with large gold
I teeth entered a restaurant.: ordered
food, saw a man on the sidewalk
! watching him, left his food untouched
and hurriedly left. Sheriff Hoggeti
a no posse leu ai once in pursuit. 1 ne
man answered Gardner's description.
PORTLAND, June 14. (F. P.)
Roy Gardner was supposed last n ght
to be near Silver Luke, a youth havin
stranger dodging through the!
brush there. The Castle Rock episode
makes the third place Gardner is sup
posed to have been seen, once in t
swamp near Kelso, then at Silver
Lake, then at Castle Rock. Posses
are working all three clues, hoping
ohe may be right. Marshal Holoban
is untiringly directing the posse, urg
ing the importance of speed to pre
vent Gardner going far. An escape
from the SJver Ijike country seenm
unlikely, due to lack of food and the
wild country.
'C-onttni-e rn ri-iee
.'i) parkin of curs will le permitted
tonxniinv morning on Main street be
tween Alia and the Rridue until after
the O. A. U. parade. Orders this
effect were issued this mnrnins by the
mcmhers of the police committee of
the city council. The action is takeii
lo insure a cleared street for the pa
rade. Xo traffic will ie permitted on tho
street dur'n&r the parade and any ef
fort to break through the parade on i
th part if motorists will cause the ar !
rest of any such offenders.
Parade forms at :.10. -Startu at 1
o'clock sharp. . j
All plans have ben made for the
holdtnir tomorrow moruinsr if the
parade In which Pendleton's guests of j
the (S. A. U. and affiliated orsaniza
tions will lead the way over the
streets of the city in the march to j
Pioneer park. iH'tatls of the event
arc in oharae of a special committee j
headed by P. 1,. Idleman. commander;
of the Pendleton post of the American
Legion, nnd all now that Is needed is
tor the Pendleton organizations to d" i
ther parts as well as the visitors will ;
do theirs. j
The fife and drum corps has mad1 1
such a hit during their brief stay in!
Pendleton that Mr. Idleman declared j
h's niornins there is no Question hut i
tbnt the corps should had the parade, :
And "with the'r cylors they will follow:
right behind the marshal!.
Next In line will be the veterans of ,
h- tii ami Arniv of the Republic in
command of J. T. Rut ler, departments
i emmander. A majority of the vetei-j
rs will walk, but cars will be provided
tor any who prefer to tide. I
Following cloe behind them will be i
the mMuluis of the ljid.cn of the 13.'
Formal Welcome to City Will
be Given at Lodge Room
at 7 p. ra.; Veterans First.
The public reception for the Grand
A,'",,y ,of "' r-
panizationH unl the annual Huff Oay
exercises of I'enflleton lolfjp of Klks
will vomprlKft th.H vveninic program
of the G. A. K. convention. The re
ception anl exercises will open at 7
p. m. in the VAkn lodjce room anrt the
public is invited. Ji eatinu the
fftieMtn preference will Ik; ifiven the
"veterans und other visitors.
Music by the famous G. A. R. drum
corps will open the evening program
and this will he followed by the invo
cation. George Hart man, mayor of
I'endleton. will Rive the addrem of
1T !,"1 '"v" wi" be,b
T. Ilutler. dejiartinent commander of
i the fl. A. ., Mrs. 'ora Mcllrlde. pres
ident of the Women's Relief Corps;
All's. Carrie Courier, state president of!
the O. A. H., and Mrs. Klorenre M. I
Studivant. presblent of the Daughters j
of Veterans.
The remainder of The program.
' under the auspices of the Pendleton
Klks. is as follpws:
Music, "Star Spangled Hanner"....
McDonnld-FTHnseen Trio
Introductory Kxercises,
Kxalted Huler and Officers of
Pendleton Lodge 288 II. P. O. K.
Prayer Chaplain
Song, "Columbia ttie Gem of the
Flag Record Hex Gray
Altar Service.
Solo, "My Own I'nited States"....
Stanislaw j
Oswald Olsen
Klks' Tribute to the Flag
Frank .QuInUn
, Stars and Stripes Forever
Mi Don
i "Americanism"
Il-Franseen Trio
l.t. Col. -Cbas.
. . . .Audience
Song. "America"
i ' ntn
The members of the Knights of
Pythias of I'matilla County will Join .
together in celebrating the Fourth of I
July. All members of the order, their lot the Klks tonight when the different
families and friends are invited to par- organizations ss well as the public
ticipale in a picnic which is to be held j will be welcome. The program will
at Cold Springs Camp, east of Weston. be in charge of the Klks, but the vet
Promptly at ten o'clock the program 'erans and auxiliary organizations will
will start. Walter G. tireason. Grand j he special guests.
Keeper of Records and Seals for the! II. (Is for Xcxt Ycor.
Dominion of Oregon will deliver the. That the organization is retaining;
oration. At noon barhacued beef will I its popularity is seen in the fact that
l e served together w ith a basket dir.- ; already two cities have issued invita
ner the picnicers w ill provide. The j tions to the veterans to hold their
afternoon will be devoted to an ex- next year's encampment with them.
tensive program of sports and a gen
eral all around program will lie en
A. R. Mrs. Carrie Courter will he in
charge of this unit. The W. R. C. will
be in a body and will be commanded
by Mrs. Cora Mcliride.
The "Daughters of Veterans, lend by
Mrs. Florence M. Sturdevant. follow
ed by the Daughters of the American
Revolution, with Mrs. ;corge A. Hart
man in command will precede the
Pendleton band.
Immediately following the band will
be the Spanish -American War veter
ans in command of Joe Poyd, post
adjutant. The veterans of the late wnr
will be in command of Dr. Fred L4eu
allen, vice-commander of the post.
IVudleton's two troops of Roy
Scouts in command of Rev. J. M. Cor
nelison and 11, J. Kirhy. then the Sal
vation Army workers to charge of
Capt. Jen nit Conrad. Pendleton's W.
C. T. I, chapter will conclude the pa
rade, and any other organizations or
imli ulnais who wish will be welcomed
If they want to fall in at the rear.
The parade will be over a short
course, about 1 a shoit blocks in dis
tance. The cadence of Pie inarch will
be established by tht fife nnd drum
The line of march will le from the
corner of Alta and College strict wwt
on Alta to Main street. From hero the
course Aill be north on Main aeros-
the river t Jackson street, thence
down Jackson to Pioneer park where
ceremonials will be held. The W. R
C. will oresiot a f'a to the schools,
the Ladies of the C. A. R. will present
a portrait i f Uneoln to the high scheoi
and the Daughters of Veterans wilt
nreeitt an American flag to the Roy
The l-adies Auiliay of the V. R
W. V. will also march in Die parade.
NO. 9852
Newport, Oregon City Extend
Bids for Next Encampment;
Hillsboro Also in the Race.
Official Reception and Flag
Day Program Scheduled for
Elks Lodge Room at 7 p. m.
Illsh SMts in Pogrnm for
Vetera lis
T:o n. m. tonight, official re-
ception and Flag Day program
at Elks Lodge room.
1 : on a. m. tomorrow. Grand
S:'M p. m. Wednesday, ban-
o,uet1at Christian church.
X:fi p. m. Wednesday, Camp
Fire meeting in Christian church
4 auditorium. 4
With 31 delegates of the O.. A. R.
veterans and affiliated organizations
registered at noon, the meeting of the
various bodies which are attendant ac
tivities of the state encampment, set
tled down today to routine transaction
of business.
The f.rst nieeting'of the Grand Ar
my was held this morning at their
he-tdtuaners at the county library.
j Organization business consumed the
morn.ng. action on different matters
being taken by t he council. Thecre
dentiais committee held Its meeting to
1 pass on the merits-of delegates to the
J encampment
! 41 tWficprs- licixirts.
This afternoon at 1:3 the first real
session got under way with J. T. But
ler, department commander in the
th.'lir. The i-elinrts i,f ih. vni-lniia
heads of departments were received at
this meeting.
a great deal of interest is being
manifested in the Flag Day exercises
Newport and Oregon City have already
made bids for the privilege of enter
taining the veterans, and it Is under
stood that Hillsboro wil Ibe In the
field to secure the honor.
The most interesting feature of the
encampment, if one can trust one's
eyes, is the little informal gathering!
of veterans which are held must any
old place that two or more of the men
can get together. At such a time,
reminiscence nnd anecdot are re
counted with . a fervor that doe not
lessen with the passing of the years.
Kveryhody AwamiHMlatat.
Secretary C. 1. Rarr of the Commer
cial Association said today at noon
that all the visitors have been accom
modated with lodging places, and
everything possible is being done to
make the stay of the veterans and
their vjves and daughters a pleasant
on. Robert Simpson, in charge of
the work of providing cars to convey
the delegates tit their headquarters for
registration and then to their lodging
places, had plenty of cars, and the
work was done quickly.
(ContnuM on onca (.1
Reported hy Major Lee Moorhotie,
weather observer.
Maximum 7t.
Minimum 4".
Raromcter 2 !..
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