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twice tha (utmnlerd paid circulation
In Pendleton and Umatilla county of
any other nwppr.
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1921.
HER m FATE
President Irish Republic Says
British Government Willing
to Accept That Solution.
U. S. p'glSER AND
GUP J AT ARE ORDERED
the navy department announced.
LLOYD GEORGE WILL HAVE
CONFERENCE WITH LEADER
Ulster Premier Not Present
Although Views Were Re
ported by Unionist Heads.
LONDON". July 5. (F.d 1.. Kern. V.
F. Stuff Correspondent.! Sentiment
favoring a quick and definite solution
uf the centurion, old Irbh question ap
peared definitely growing among the
Sinn Fclners, .t'lstorltes mid I ho Hrlt
liih government, Jun Smuts, the Bou'h
African Premier arrived In Dulilln,
though not officially representing the
IlrltlHh government, Smuts' recom
mendations would curry weight with
the government and other dominion
premier. The Sinn Fein Invited
Smuts to advice the Irish officials rt
latlve to settlement terms, and the ad
vice during negotiations. Tho Deval
era conference with the I'lilnnlsts con
tinues until Friday.
LONDON, Juno 5. (Kd 1, Keen. l.
P. Staff Correspondent. Dovalero.
president of the Irish republic, confer
ring with the unionist leader Instated
that Ireland decide her own fate
through the principle of sclf-detor-mlnatlon.
; He stated nuthoritatlvelv that the
Hritlsh government la theoretically
Shins Will hp Henri fn Prnrnot urdlr.cd because of labor t r..u l. due,
American Interest in Event
They Are Jeopardized.
WASHINGTON, July "i. (A. P.)
Tim cruiser Cleveland and the gun
hout Sucrumcnto liuvc been ordered to
Tamplco. Mexico, to protect American
(I I Companies Ion !
MKXICO CITV, July 5. (A. P.)
Oil companies which have closed J
down In the stales of Tamaulipas and;
Vera Cruz, "without sufficient Justifi-
cation" aro ordered to pay an indem
nification to employes thrown out of
work In a decree issued by. President
Obrcgon. A marked cessation of work
during the past week, especially am
ong the American concerns has been
Interests in the event they are Jcop-' reported from the Tamplco districts.
TO DRAFT HEW
Technical Peace With Germany
is to be Followed With Trea
ty to Complete Settlement
SETTLEMENT OF RAILROAD AFFAIRS
DEPENDS UPON EFFICIENCY OR NON
EFFICIENCY OF WARTIME BOARD
BIG BILL' HAYWOOD
WILL RETURN TO U. S.
AND SERVE SENTENCE
Davis Contends That Railroad
Administration Spent Too
Little During Control.
URIAH'S "COWBOY CONVENTION"
STAGED IN MOUNTAIN ARENA
HAS TANG' OF BYGONE DAYS
Two Hundred Cowboys, Score
of Cowgirls arc Listed in
Events; Competition Keen.
(Special to the Kast Oresonliiii.)
I'klah, Ore., July 5. A thousand
spectators ure seeing toduy at the
j io noy convention a generous
Kiimpse or me Old west or by-gone
days. A frontier show with a distinct
tange of the real round-ups of cattle
and range Is being staged in an arena
for which the timber covered hills of
the lllue Mountains ure tho back
ground. Two hundred cowlioys and a score
of cowgirls, clad in the traditional
chaps, sombreros and brilliant skirts,
arc listed In tho events, and competi
tion Is keen as today the winners of
the twirday show will be decided. j
Events Are Many
Saddle horse races, steer roping con
tests, cow pony races, calf branding
Pcvstrra will be asked to come to
l-zotidon to confer with Lloyd Ueorge
and dominion premiers to hear thu
governments proposals', which are sub
mitted to the frlsh people fur rejection
or acceptance. The Irish office Insists
that I he time limit the llritalna offer
expires July 12. After which Iron
heel military action will be applied."
lister Premier Crulg was not present,
although his Views were reported voic
ed by southern unionists leaders.
lloH for Irish IVntip
LONDON, July 5. A. P.I Gen
eral founts, I'rcmler of the union of
South Africa, who Is In Ireland on a
peace mission, today conferred with
Devalera, the republican leader and
Arthur Griffith, rounder of the Finn
Fein, says a Dublin dispatch. Tho
Unionists and Sinn Fclners held a
meeting In Dublin yesterday and
reports Indicated that they reached an
understanding as to the matters to be
discussed at future conferences, ten
don puiiers exprcsH the hope that the
Dublin conference would bring peace
willing to accept that solution of tho ; contests, cowlmv relay races, cowho
bucking contests, cowgirls relay races,
maverick races, wild horse race, pack
horse raceH and goat roping contests
make up the program.
Ocorge Wlldbill, Charles Runjan, and
Frank Cable, are among the men who
arc familiar ivfth the Pendleton arena.
Others who arc competing are John
French, Onrge Oibbs. William Mc
l'herson, Horace Fields, Walter Kirk,
lyeonurd Goodman, Matthew Sharsh'p,
Kane Shlpponwall, Sam Kashkash.
ouls Iteck, H. U McDonals, Hosa
Kahler. Glen KiiRt, Lowell Ganger.
Clair Sturdivant, riob Chapmanon,
Walter Kirk, John I.orcnr., 8. I Nye,
Jack Marr, Tex Daniels, Roland Goff.
Irl Terry, Hollid:;e Fields, 'Bill Casey,
Kldlo Sheridan, John French, Lee
McMrlde, George Hennlngs, IJIlie
Plant, Louis Heck, Archie McCampbcil
and Walter Helmick.
The cowboys' bucking contest, al
ways an event which Is premiere In In
terest, promises some good riding to
day. Among the horses from which a
thrill Is anticipated by the spectators
are Tpperarey, Ringworm, Surprise.
Poison, Moonshine. Ma u I cat. Dempsey,
Giggles, Hobo, Skyrocker, Goodbye and
GraitilMand Is New
The crowd met with good accommo
dation, although the new grandstand,
built for the show, is filled to over
flowing, and many spectators are
DIFFERENCES IN METHODS
ARE COMING TO SURFACE
Secretary of State Favors De
pleting All Except Economic
Clauses of Versailles Treaty.
WASHINGTON, July 5. ( I. N. S.)
Technical peace with Germany is to
be followed as quickly as possible with
a treaty of peace which will make
definite and final settlement of the
multitude of issues now pending be
tween the two countries, was made
plain in official circles.
Secretary Hughes is now engaged in
the work of drafting the treaty.
Harding Is Favorable
WASHINGTON, July 5. (U. P.)
Following the enactment of the peace
resolution, the differences In the
method of making the final German
peace are coming to the surface. Sec
retary Hughes is reported as favoring
delctin all expect the economic clauses
of the Versailles treaty, making the
deleted treaty the basis for peace.
Secretary Hughes is reported to have
persuaded Prcs'dent Harding to favor
such a course in a congress message.
WASHINGTON'. July 5. ( Ralph ,F.
Couch. U. P. -Staff Correspondent.)
The settlement of the l,2:5,U0.OUO
railroad claims against the govern
ment depends upon the question of ef
ficiency or non-efficiency of the war
time railroad labor and railroad attor
neys appearing before the rail direc
tor!:. Secretary Davis contends the rail
road administration spent 9 1 .25,000.
000 too little during the federal con
trol. The money the government act
ually spent was insufficient to keep
the railroads in good condition due to
the inefficiency of the workers em
ployed und the rail attorneys are con
tending that Davis Is Insisting the
claims be settled for 46 per cent of
the amount demanded.
ONDON. July 0. fl". P.)
"Big Bill" Haywood, the I. W.
W. leader, urged "propaganda
and agitation among the rank
and file of the United States
crafts unions" to effect an in-
"Industrial Workers ok, the
world are carrying on limited
work," Haywood declared In an
article In the "Moscow," a new
bolshevist" organ. Haywood, who
escaped to Moscow while await-
ing an appeal from a 20 year es-
pionage sentence, plans to return
and serve his sentence.
WHEAT CROP IS
Desire is Now for No More Rain
but for Warm, Ripening
Weather Next Few Weeks.
WEST END HARVESTING '
IS WELL UNDER WAY
Continuing the tendency of the past
several weeks, wheat slumped In price
in the Chicago market again today.
July wheat closed at $1.17 1-2, Sep
tember wheat at $1-15 1-2 and De
cember wheat at $1.16 1-2. On Fri
day the closing prices were $1.22 1-2
for July wheat. $1.21 3-4 for Septem
ber wheat and $1.22 1-4 for Decem
Following arc the quotations re
ceived by Ovirbeck & Cooke, local
Open High Low Close
$1.19 $1.2114 ll.Hi' $1.17
1.1 6 Vi
liiitered in the events ns a number i standing near the track. Tho exhibl
of contestants who have won proinin- i lion Is the main fci.iire of Hie Ckiaii
ence at the Pendleton Hound-Cp. Kitty i celebration. For the morning and
EJuly , .61 .611
jScpt. .61 i .611$
j Wheat The way I
.5!, .58 14
Ihe market acted
today on light trade demonstrated
that the absence of outside buying
OoWcr is still ltrednmiiumt. Sellin?
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Canutt. HttiV chiihiliion of llic iVmllc- rv.-nii.ir hour, thi- rrowil nil or. .' " 'afl watered and part of ft in the na
. . . ,1.1 i . J 'i'iupi"t a nil arpt'Huer aru irj nty i . ,r
One Car New Wheat Has Aj
ready Been Shfppedand Art
other Will be Sent This Week
The wheat crop of Umatilla county ,
Is considered as made and It Is going
to be a splendid crop. The desire nftw
'lis ior no more rain uui lur warm,
ripening weather Instead. Some darrt-
.- o...,.i ... was caused by recent cold wlnd,
Flaming Gas Scattered Over.but not to the wheatVet of Pendi.
,RadiUS Of 200 Yards; Leak; ton which was too far along for any
in Gas Tank Was Cause. in the west end of the county har
vesting Is underway and many ma
chines will start up during this week.
One car of new wheat has already
been shipped from lone by H. W. Col
lins and the same house expects to
00 ship a car of new wheat out of iScJW
42. this week. "
WHITIXG, Ind., July 5. (IT. P.)
Two JiUKe steel stills engaged in the
manufacture of gasoline at the Stand
ard Oil's plant, burst, scattering the
flaminu gas over a radius of
yards. killinE nine and injuring
The property loss Is estimated at! In the Pilot ttock section the barley
$2.J"'),ti)0. A cas tank leak caused j harvest Is underway and by the ISt.li
the explosion, which fired and crum
bled the walls enclosing the stills and
a sheet of burning oil escaped, burn
ins six men beyond recognition.
XF.W YOKK. July 6. (Henry 1,. i
ton show. Is easily the star among the
women. Tony Vey, Oeorgp Fletcher,
tainmeut at the free dunce
sufficiently organized to receive ap-
to forget tlic fisrht and .are hav'og
their first fun In six weeks. The
cnumpion is inhabiting a Pig car auu
Carpentier is enjoying a .Manhassett
farm. Dcmpscy admits the call to
the west is strong. He wants to go
where he can shed his collar and have
a good time. Carpenlier's plans de
pend upon his wife. Had he won
Mrs. Carpentier would have come to i
the t'nited States and taken a tour of
Oeoiges may return and await fur- j
llier bouts. The Frenchman is losing 1
his battle scars und the cuts are heal-
ing. Kerns denied he received over-
of this month harvesting will be gen
eral all over Cmatllla. county.
The following is the scale of wages
agreed upon by the labor committee
of the county farm bureau: 1
Harvest Wage Scale. . v,
Ovain haying. 2.5(; eooks. $3.00:
roustabout, $3.00: box driver and
pitch off. 3.00: straw hauler. $S.00:
I truck driver. $3.00; bulk drivers $3.00;
'hauling wheat depending on dist-'-'ance,
$3.00, $3.50: header tenders..;
j$3.50: hoe down. $2.50: loaders. $J.S0:
isack jig, $4.00; header puncher, $4.50;
sack sewers, $5.00; drivers on com-
One of the many celebrations enjoy
ed yestcreby by Pendleton pnople was . bines. $5.00:
tho Baptist picnic, held at Athena andjjs.ou; separator tenders for combines,
attended by about 6un church people $8. 00. $10.00; stationary machines,
from Cmatilla and Walla Walla coun- on; picking up sacks In field and
l'pae Negotiations ITiswd.
DLUI.IX, July 5 (I. N. S.) Pence
negotiations are proceeding favorably,
according to all Indications this even
ing. General Smuts, premier of South
Africa, who slinned into Dublin this
morning unobserved, lost no time j considered a very important matter as
getting Into action. He conferred with
Harry Priimbuugh, who as a lieu
tenant and later a captain attached to plications. The task of securing iik.ii- j tui-i-x for a return bout Willi llrennan
tho general headquarters of the Am-. t
erlcan army in France, kept track of.
the A. 12. F., is the executive secretary K'ce.
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ft lirr lUMllllinBllfll (Mill Kill UIIIIMMlfil I
the world war veterans' aid bill passed
by tho people recently.
This Information was brought home
f hedging while remainder large-
i or i.uuiuaieu contracts induced by tie'. ' piling convenient for
ihiiis in me normwesi ami weakness Following a short program in the per hundred.
mi uie n inarhei. i.ocai receipts morning a permanent organization
four days were estimated 175 curs, was effected for the purpose of hold
and sold at premiums 2 to t cents ing a picnic each year, the idea being
lower than Friday, the estimate of trt keep the Haptist churches of this
private statistician showing 82,000.000 section-in closer touch with one an
bushels In first and second hands as of j other.
July first would be about 50,000 000,-1 The big feature of the due was the
bushels. Country offerings to arrive I dinner, held at noon, which was served i buyers now say they are unable
WOtP HB'ain romtrt n firlv til.,,.-.. I I H.- u ,1....... n.,f. . i
ui,,, ,p inv hu nPins ! . .. .- ....t.u.. u) mi- i.uoB "i -iui vu.c- naKe wneat ai mai ngurir.
- ' i wn e ino , ..mum k ni-o,l nr. u n.,a .,f ..I.. i.-.. u r...o.- .. .
are undecided und she may not come. irp..i,.in T, iu 0,.i.,, , , ; ' ', ". . ,' . , ,5
' v.iwi-iii iiuii uiiiii j uioiim'il u uiiico ii;iMei iinu uie iguu
something radical occurs to stimulate I was pooled.
confidence in values, or until there is A very interesting and lively athletic
less pressure of cash grain on the card was conducted in the afternoon,
market luiccsill continue to work 1 the main feature of which was a base-
X Store Com rot-tine;.
Xo wheat is being contracted for at
present. It is reported. Considerable
contracting was underway up to the
recent' decline in the market und a
million bushels or more were sold u.t ,
or near the dollar mark. However.
cy through a bond nale will require
about a month, it is estimated by Mr.
The bonds will be sold in lots
of five million each. j
Thus far expressions from service
men Indicate the great majority will
ask for leans. However, It is probable
prominent republican officials. It Is
believed both sides will release pr's
oners and that fighting will cease this
IS REQUESTED TO
PRODUCE JACK IN COURT
JEHSF.V CITY, July 5. (A. 1)
Counsel for the Interna Jlonal reform
bureau this afternoon demanded of
John Milton, counsel for'Tex Ulckiird,
Ihut Jack Dcmpscy be produced In
rourt here today. It "was planned to
prefer a ehargo of assault and battery
Upon Carpentier If Dcmpscy should
this morning by Lynum 0. ltice, local , that when time for final action
member of the commission. The m-, arrives many will usx for the cash in
lection of the executive secretary Is stead uf the loan priv. lege.
1 Harry- Itruutbaugh. chosen as exec-
the secretary will have charge of
vast amount of work for the commis
sion. Mr. Hrumbaiigh is an employe
of the Portlund Kn'lwuy, Light
Power company and Is regarded as a
highly competent office executive.
One of the pressing duties of the
commission consists in the appoint
ment of over 140 appraisers in vari
ous parts of' the state. These men
will pass on applications for loans aft
er the applications have been made to
tho commission and referred to the lo
It Is probable several monllis will
elupso boforo the commission will be
and Wilhinl. lie bus the Kiiropean
bug anil, may cross and attempt to
stage bouts. (
iti im:i:t txvLs to mcni:iis.
SALEM. July u. ( L". P. I Clyde i
(Keill Itiipert, convicted of stealing j
Liberty bonds from the Xorthwcstern
National Hunk of Portland, where he
was a watchman, lias completed his
three years' stare senience and now
goes to .McXeiPs Island to serve five
utlve secretary, was a member ef the
old Third Oregon Infantry and was a years for the same crime. Itupert es
huttulioii udjutunt when the legiinent i euped once two years ago but was re-
captured in Cal forma.
ATLANTA, Oa .Inly ( I. X. S.)
Two were killed and four piohably
latally hurt when u passenger train
struck an auti nioliih; at East Atlanta.
i ball game in which the married men
defeated the singles, 16 to 6.
In the preacher's race Rev. Pollings
of Walla Walla breasted the tape first
and in the tus-o-war between the
preachers and their wives the "weaker
The affuir was in charge of Guy
' Johnson of thu Pendleton church. He
j will also head the next year's picnic
I committee as a result of the election,
! held ut the meeting of the orguniza-
THE LOG JAM.
AVIN'CIIKSTEJt. III.. July 5. (V.
F.) Feeling Is running high against
Kd Mundy, a farm hand who confess
ed he murdered lleutrlce Klncaid, ten
year old daughter of his employer on
a farm hour here.
Mundy was spirited away for safe
keeping. Officials said he confessed
lie chocked the girl to death when she
screamed when ho attempted to as
CYIU'SO M V I.OSI.; VOICK
N'KW YORK. July 8 UT. P.) Cap
tain Anthony Fulton, of the Cnlted
States armv Intelligence service, re
cently returned from Italy und reports
Ihut Caruso fears he has lost his voice.
ItlTTKK lti:.LlS HUM
PORTLAND. July 6. (A. -Cnttlp,
are stcudy; hogs are 25 cents
higher; sheep ure steady; eggs are two
cents higher, buying price ti to 28
cents, selling selects 31 cents. Butter
TOK'Hi, July 5. (U. P.) The Jap
anese foreign office Issued a long
statement denying that the Anglo
Jnpunese alliance would be construed
Inimical to AmcrieV. The statement
said; "No stretch'of Imagination can
honestly say tho alliance was ever de
sired or Intended us un Instrument or
hostility or defense against the Vnitcd
States. Japan has a firmly fixed de
termination, which has been maintain
ed unhampered, of a traditional good
understanding with the Lnlted States."
U. S. SCHOOL TEACHER
Dl'HLIX. July 5. tl. N. 8.1 -Theresa
McAnuff, said to havo been u
school teacher from Birmingham. Ala.,
was shot by masked men ut Neury,
Ireland, while the teachers' brother
was being arrested. The teacher was
visiting her parents.
WASHINGTON". July 6. (Herbert
W. Wuiker, I'. P. Staff Correspond
ent.! Tho Americsn occupation
forces in Germany will return within
a few weeks, as the result of the enact
inert of the peace resolution, -Representative
Anthony, in charge of the
house army appropriations, announc
ed. He declared the army appropria
tions for the next fiscal year were so
limited the war department would Iw
forced to return the occupational
troop within a month or violate the
Borah deficiency amendment.
PARIS. July 6. (I. X. S.)--Hellcat
h the stars und stripes flouting
over the German fortress -.if Klircu
greitstein. the doughboys of the Am
erican army of occupation on the
Khme held an old-fashi!i'i' fourth
ol July celebration,
'''he athlet''- tournament biMei1 nil
lili.y. The lecture wa- a hasl.all
Igaine for the championship of the
j American iirtny of occupation, which
'many Germans wat . hed.
Theatricals were provided for those
I ivho tired of watching the games.
The celebration wound up with a Ins
jdisplay of fireworks.
EIT OF JEALOUS RAGE
MARSHFIELD. July 5. ( I'. P.)
Bert Clinton. 21 years of age, un ex
service man. and a member of the Am
erican Legion, in a fit of Jealous rage.,,
shot Erma Wagner. IS years of age.
dead and then killed himself. Friends
say tho girl refused Clinton's advance
and the man brooded und committed
l.KXDOX. July ,". I I. X. S.
Turkish nationalist troops are report
ed to have occupied the whole Ismld
Peninsula and pem-tr King the neutral
T.one in the direction of Snvunti ac
cording to a Constantinople dispatch
The allied commissioners are i-utd to
be considering the advisability of ask
ing Rumania to send troops to Con-Mantinoplc.
Reported by Major Lee Moerhouse,
STI AMI It WATSON UiltlVliS
SF.ATTI.K. July 5. (A. P.l The
steamer Admiral Watson arrived ut
Anchorage, Alaska. July 3. The ves
sel was delayed nearly a w-eek ill her
trip north from Seattle by engine and
machinery trouble. One member of
the crew discharged at Seward Is
charged with Inciting discontent