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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN", PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1921.
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KING GEORGE IS
IN IRISH PEACE
British Rulers Held Conference
With Ulster Premier; May
" Meet Republican President.
CONFERENCE OF IRISH
PARTIES IS RESUMED
QJJ0. TER MILLION LBS. '
fjL SOLD BY SMYTH E
'AOS.; PRICE 14 CENTS1
OF HANDS Wf Is
FEARED MUNSON LINER CALLAO
HAS MET SAME FATE AS OTHER ;
SHIPS THAT HAVE DISAPPEARED
, Procession is Organized as
People Awaited News From
the Peace Deliberations.
LONDON, July 8. (Ed I Keen, V,
V. Staff Correspondent) King George
apparently assuming the rule uh chief
mediator ot tne irmn negotiations, re-'
ceived t'lster Premier Craig, follow
ing hid conferencewlth Smuts yester
day. This was coriHlder'ed slgnif leant
end report are circulated that De iVal
era will he the next conferee to call at
Buckingham I'alace. King Gorge, It
i believed, took the first step in Irish
negotiations, when, opening the Ulster
parliament recently, he asked the Irish
people to forget and forgive. The
king la being Informed continually of
the progress of negotiations and la be.
lleved to have, proposed the Londoa
conference between DeValera, Unionist
leaders and Lloyd Oeorge which will
be held at Buckingham palace.
Negotiation (Vmtlniie t
Dl'nUX, July a. (Ed L. Keen, V.
r, Staff Correspondent.) Sinn Foln
nnd Unionist conferees, attempting to
reach an agreement, preliminary to
the Jvondon-Unyd Oeorge conference,
continued their negotiations. Great
crowds assembled outitlde the building
and gave the arriving conferees tre
mendous ovhiIoiih. De Valera and
Miitilletnn, the tmlnnlst lender, was
given an ertthuslastic greeting.
Irish Ballads Kung
. .nirBUN. . July., jLmJu. Tl
conference between the Irish republi
cans and southern unionist was re
fumed today.; Crowds on the streets
nt Intervals recited the rosary and
litany and Joined In the prayers. Only
two policemen were seen and the
crowd was regulated by volunteers
wearing small American flags In their
button holes. Irish ballBdsere aung
by hoy vocalists at intervals as the
people awaited newa from the peace
deliberations. A procession organised
and moved about the Neighborhood.
Will Mee Again Today
The conference adjourned after
two hours' deliberation. They are
planning to meet later today. It is
understood. reply Is bi-ing drafted to
Iloyd-Oett-ge' Invitation to the Lon
don peace) conference.
At a price of 14 cents a pound Smy
tho Bros, have so:j their Arlington
wool clip amounting to over a oiiarter
of a million pounds. The ool was
sold lo a representative of a. Boston
,'iouse and the price paid for the fine
wool was higher than i;iut mentioned
The Arlington wool Just sold repre
sents about half the wool owned hy
Sm.vthe Hros. and companies Ih which
they are Interested. Some of the other
wool has already been sold and the
rest i still In the hands of the grow
The sale of the Smythe Bros. Arllng.
MINING ENGINEER SAYS
' GREAT BRITAIN OR .
' JAPAN SHOULD DISARM
RA' FTUNVJSCO, July 8. (I P.)
John Hammond, a mining engineer,
enronte to the orient, declared that
either Great Hritain or Japan 'must
President's Patience Exhausted
Awaiting Passage of Taxa
tion and Tariff Measures.
XEj; YORK. July 8. fU. V.)
Wireless reports received from the
Munsnn liner Cullan, unheard from
since June 20, have been received, ex
plaining the vessel is not distressed
land is proceeding slowly to New York.
! The ship is expected to arrive Monday
i night. So reason for th" delay was
NEW YORK. July . (V, P.) The
MmiKOn liner Callao. with 60 passen
gers aboard, that sailed from Hlo
.latilero on June 20 has not arrived,
and has not been heard from. The
for several days. The Rhlp must pass
Cape Hatters where several vessels
have disappeared. John Christian', son
of t. Christian, secretary to President
Harding Is on the boat, as a cadet of
ficer. A mysterious vessel approaching the
Munalbro and dashing off into the
darkness, has strengthened the belief
that vessels disappearing durirtg the
last few months is due to other causes
other than accidents at sea.
The government has organized a sea
mystery squad, composed of represen
al of the AnKlo-Japanexe pant would j DECLARE BONUS BILL IS
necessarily affect the l'nlted States- .
and be detrimental as he believes j- IMPRACTICABLE NOW
Great Hritain would share with the!
ton wool constitutes the largest single -fulled States the distate for Japanese' , .
wool sale In Oregon thus far this year. 1 trade monopoly with the orient. I
. . rizz z I Head of Administration Will
! Send Message Urging Sen
vessel s whereabouts is a mystery and j tatives of the departments of state,
i gossip connects the steamer with the j justice and commerce and ure pooling
) phanton ship which approached-the j detective ability In an attempt to ac-
steamer Munalbro, of the same line. I count for the vessels' treeless disao-
the other night off the Philadelphia j peara nee. They hold a conference and
f-oa8t- considered all the evidence concerning
The liner was due Sunday and they I the missing ships and the elusive
have been trying lo reach her by radio "pirate" craft.
By-Laws Adopted With Pro
visions That Will Govern
Activities of the Body.
Another step In the formation of a
county wide organization of the com
mercial bodies of the county was taken
last night ' when" delegates from II
towns gathered ut the office of , the
Pend'.eton Commercial Association and
organized the itmatilla County Com.
mejc'al Club Federation. v '
J. J. Zun her of Stanfleld was elect
ed president. C S. Cheshire of Milton,
vice-president and C. I. Barr of Pen- ! now, aiid wants action
dleton, secretary-treasurer. By-laws j principal measures.
v.-ere also adopted with provisions) AdoplH' Hoosevoll Taction
President Harding, reversing
- WASHINGTON, Jirly S (Raymond
Clapper, L. P. Staff Correspondent)
President Harding is apparently
abandoning his policy of "hands off"
the doings of'congress. They have ex
hausted his patience, awaiting the
passage of the taxation and tariff
bills, for which the special session was
called. He considers -the legislators
dilatory for dallying with the soldiers'
bonus bill, which the government fis-
I,ONDOX, July 8, (A. P.) Great
Britain Is believed to have made
overtures to the l'nlted Stale. Japan
and-China for a conference to discuss
the whole eastern situation. Official
circles declined to Comment on the na-
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DEATHS III UiS.
From Coast to Coast Swelter
ing Heat Waves' Ai; Report
ed, Shattering Records.
WHEAT AND OAT CROPS IN .
NORTHERN STATES RUINED
Boston Reported Thousands of
People Spent Night Out. of
Doors to Escape Heat.
Continued on page twn
original policy of allowing congress to
jrun its own affairs, is adoin.ng the
'tactics of Roosevelt and Wilson. His
ire is aroused after four months of
waiting, with nothing dojie regarding
; the bonus. He expected to send con-
ess, a message as the outgrowth of
i yesterday's luncheon conference with
PORTLAND, July 8 (A. P.) Hen-i senate Readers, which would contain
Albers, the retired miller, whoe I the following: Recommend the defer-
j HENRY ALBERS SUFFERS
I STROKE OF PARALYSIS
! and loses eyesight;;,
DEMENTED WOMAN IS
FLOOR OF SANITARIUM
PORTLAND, July 8 (U. P.) In.
tense heat throughout the ITnltrd
States Is causing death, heat prostra
tions, and inflicting severe damage to
crqps. From coast to coast sweltering
heat waves are reported, shattering
the season's merenry record and
said it would be reasonable to ussume promising little relief. The Pacific
that those countries would he fully! trade winds are bringing the Califori
sounded before Great Britain -would i "ia mercury down from 110 at Fresno
. u t. j r , , r, , land 1D at Sacramento. Boston report.
how her hand. Lloyd-Georgeis ex- thousaml!) of people spent the nlght
peciea to announce tne Brmsn policy, out ot dHora to escaDe the heat. Pltta-
burgh reported ten deaths. New Eng
jland had scores of prostrations. In
COMPTON, Calif., July 8 U. P.)
Attaches of the Compton sanitarium j
discovered the body of an unidentified j
woman entombed beneath the floors.!
The woman has been missing for.l
three weeks and- is said to be a com-j
niiiiiuriii iruiii rresno. ine. woman;
IS DOUBLE WHAT
IT WAS IN Jl
the northern states, wheat and ortt
crops received serious damage, Ohio
and Illinois being In the throes of the
year's worst- heat wave. Team and"
Canada are suffering alike, according
EL PASO, July . (A. P.) Engi
neer William Bohman, of Sanderson,
Texas, was murdered and thrown trom
a train and after four miles of uncon
trolled speeding the engine of the
freight train blew tip at Alpine, Texas,
seriously Injuring the fireman, Chnrle
Robertsohm. of Valentine, Texas, ac
cording to a report received by the!
.conviction for violation of the espion- mint of the soldiers' bonus measure j whowas demented, crawled through ! Seventy Four Came From East '
lago act was recently reversed, suf-1 for later consideration the suggestion Hn opening while tne masons repaired : . , . . ' ,',
Thl rennira n.,n, i.iol o.l MU YCSI, IU CIIUIC HIU ilUU 1
Stopped Yesterday, is Shown
fered a stroke of paralysis ednesiluy ; that the senate expedite the tariff and
night,' and is now totally bPnd.bis tax ltiislation by taking three-day re
brother -.William Albers has an-loesses, thus giving the congressmen
less time to play a'-j.'id: end -' be rec
ojinriTon ot " tlie !"iigrl'cult u'rat "Moc."
which demands the enactment of the
emergency farmers relief before any
Little will he done until Hie senate)
receives the president's message, thei
leaders intimateil. Harding declaied)
he shares Mellon' bonus opjiosition. j
Fire Had Origin in Spark ' Fxom jnimnwd;
" 'Passing- Locomotive; FigHt'-i ' H " " "
ers Save Adjoining Buildings mCM' R CMPC CU CTC
!iIJII liULLMUL UII.'I 10
Fire which had Its origin in a spur!.'
from the engine of No. 18 destroyed
the big warehouse bf the Pacific Coast
Kliirnlnt. Pn lit Mission vesterriflv aft-
ernnnn r-niiHtnir HnniHBe to the com- I i
pany of approximately J10.000, Wheat
stored In the building to the amount ! BELFAST, July S (I. N.' S ) The!
of about 5.300 bushels was also rtes- jsfi,t of Irish violence hns apparently1
troyed, and 400 bags of barley burned, jshlfted into the I'lster province where
The wheat was 'the property of K. V. many casualties are reported In bht-1
MiVmia, who had 4. "00. bushels ln(les. Firing also broke out In Kelfast
masons left her entomlied. Pe ng tin-
able to call for assistance. he died of I
starvation. . , . y.
Tourist traffic through eastern Ore-
; gon has more than doubled in the past
PRETTY PEGGY JOYCE
GETS $1450 MONTH FOR
CHICAGO, July ,T(I. N. 8.)
1'retty Pegy Joyce, a former "Follies"
chorus girl, defendant In what has
been styled the "most expensive dl
orce stilt In history," failed In her at
tempt to obtain from J. Htunlov Jovro,
her multl-mllllonnire .husband, $125.
noo yearly alimony she asked. In
stead, the superior court granted htr
a little more than, a tenth tha nmount
1145(1 a month temporary alimony,
$37,000 in solicitors fees and $12,500
n expense In her suit.
itnrage and df Charles Crr.vley who
had 800 bushels. The barley was the
property of William Kostridge.
The bla7.e was discovered by Mrs.
Walter Raymond,.and the cooperntiot.
of neighbors enabled the fire to .be
got In check to such an extent that it
was thought that the hulldlng could
be saved. It suddenly burst forth,
however, and every effort to save It
was In vain.
A warehouse belonging to H. W.
Collins was saved, efforts of the Pen
dleton fire department and volunteer
fire fighters resulting In the hlaxe be
lug confined to the one building.
Sparks from the conflagration twice
threatened to destroy the barn owned
by Walt Lehman, and the house of
Joe Seavey, section foreman,' but both
No decision has been reached yet
by the company relative to rebuilding
the warehouse. The company was a
heavy loser Inst week when several
warehouses were destroyed by fire at
province while the crowd forces were j
searching for arms. Oae woman was
killed and a constable was wounded.! ' YORK, July 8 (Henry L. Far-
It has been rumored that a number of "ell, I". P. Staff Correspondent I Ex
Sinn Feiners were killed and their ! pert are charging that Carpentier did
bodies secretly removed. Other bat-1 net play the game properly. He Ut
iles occurred in which some wet e ' tempi 9.1 ty fight Dempsey instead of
wounded. " I relying on foot -work. Carpentier nd-
; ' , mits his mistake. He thought himse:f
MARTIAL I. AW RIXil'I.ATIONS j strong enough to hold Dempsey in
clinches. He practiced close fighting
rtith big sparring partners and w
able to manage, them, but' could not
manage the champion. Carpentier
says further that he could not keop
away from Dempsey. The American
was faster than the Frenchman ex-
CLEVELAND, July 8 (V . P.) Miss!
Emma Wagner, a former maid in the !
Kaber home, testified that Mrs. Kaher '
forced her husbahil to eat the food I
she prepared., it sometimes being I
strawberries and candy, and app.-tr- I
ently making him violentlv ill. The I ,
WILLIAMSON, V. Va., July 8.
(1. N. S.) Twelve men, mostly -international
officers of the l'nlted Mine
Workers were arrested when the mine
workers headquarters was raided b
the state police. The men nre -being
held in jull without bond, Charge;! I pected. He denies 'hat Descamps dt
with violation, of martial law regain- retted the fight, declaring: "I always
tlons. fight my own fight.''
j month and the increase has become
I so great that' the Eastern Oregon
Auto Club hus designated all auto ser-
i-vice stations and garages which are
I members of the lub as official road
information bureaus and will furnish
j them with daily reports on roads and
jroad maps so that all tourists may
leave with full knowledge of road.
conditions in Oregon. . j
Seventy-four bona fide tourists ;
from both east and west stopped in
Pendleton yesterday, according to a
check placed by ine auto club. .ith a program of varied and most in-
niiii,! trM i.hnfii.aii.. i,.. . iin.-ivrtir trArvicu impugn me teresting entertainment is mai prom
as a former nurse, declaring Kaher nmmer '. ft" R""d-lp. the club j i(((?d the Pendleton public at the anW
was ill on several occasions following I'8 'x,,mUn" 118 ;"ervlce' v . !"' Chautau.pia which opens nereoa'
Mrs. Kaber's feeding ' Ur'1"1 stli'e riSid. maps are being ; Sunday evening at 8 p. m. for a week-
I distributed .by the club at a rate of ! run.
CVTTLV PPICF M)VC1N i more than 100 per day, and other j The first lecture will be "The Magic
PORTLAND July 8 -( p t ! 'naps are being prepared on the trips j0f Electricity," by Burnell Ford, elec
Cattle are 'so 'cents htgher ' choice i -:'okane and to 8alt Lake- j trical scientist and ipventor. For the .
steers $6.75. to $7 50- hogs ' are 2"' Names of the stations where ctn-rect Uecond day. a 'musical treat by the
cents hiaher nrlmo Mchi i -n ... mi ; roao inrnrmaiion may oe ooiainen Roach-Freeman IHio Is in store for
! For the first time in the his-
.- tory of the Pendleton-'CI)Bittan-
I ,ua, the show this year Will be
, held in the Happy Canyon open
air pavilion, according to a deci-
sion made by the guarantor. A
stage Is to be erected and from
everf indication, the looetioh will
prove most satisfactory. The'
guarantors state that their rea--.'
son for choosing Happy Canybn
Instead of the usual tent Is be
cause Happy Canyon Is centrally
located and because it will be
cooler there than in a tent.
Sheep, eggs and hotter are firm.
I1'K Mission Recalled
PARIS, July 8 (U. P.) The govern
ment has ordered a recall of the
French legal mission to Leipsig as a
protest against German hypocrisy In
the trials of war criminals, it has been
i are: Allen-Knight Co., American Tire the public. In the evening VUhjalmur
Shop, Alta Street Garage, Heck & -Co.. stefansson will tell his wonderful
: story of his five years in the Arctic.
AND NOT A DRINK IN SIGHT
i Ellis-Schiller Co., Fleucken Auto
.j Springs Works, Peterson & Peterson,
i Pendleton Auto Co., Pendleton Stor
lage Battery Co., Simpson Auto Co.,
Simpson Tire Service Co., Steele's Ser-
vice Station, Tannler's garage. Mills &
Ocker service and repair shop. Val
j lace Pros., Western Auto Co.. Pendle
'ton Service Station, and the Pendleton
ijltihber & Supply Co.
CHICAGO, July 8 (U. P.) The
state Is demanding the extrejne pen
alty. In the case of the former White
Sox players and alleged gamblers,
charged with throwing the, 1919
world' series. The penalty Is five
years in prison and. a $2000 fine. The
court Is demanding that the attorneys
of both sides expedite choosing the
.r- . 1 nicniicccn im ccmatc
. UI0UUJ0LU 111 OLIlttlL
Reported by Major Lee Moorhpuse,
official weather observer.
' Saturday fair:
WASHINGTON, July 8. (A. P.)
The discussion of the Fordney tariff
bill got Into the senate hearing! today
on the "truth In fabrics." bill. '
' Former Representative Rnckcr, of
I Colorado, representing the American
i .National Livestock Association, de-j
scriiied tne pngni or tne wool grow
, cr, 'who he said, relying on the re
I publican partv for protection from for
eign wool, had received only a "mons
trosity',' of the wool schedule of the
j Fordney bill. "
I "Well. theWlff bill will be over on
the senate side In two weeks," snld
Senator Watson of Indiana, a republl
trn member of the senate finance com
tnlt'eo. "Then the days of reconstruct
, Hon will begin." i.
Kntertainers for the third day are
the Orpheus Four and Hunt Cook,
who will lecture on "Art In the
Home." The Orpheus Four, acknowl
edged to be foremost among American
male quartets, will give a concert In
the evening. '
The Jugo-Slav orchestra will give a
concert on .the afternoon of the
fourth day and the evening prelude. -
j which will be followed by the lecture.
;"The Babylonian Finger Write
; Again." by Tom Skeyhill. who give
In graphic picture of the Soviet Russia
i of today.
1 "The Weeds and Flowers of Liters
i ture" is the theme for a talk by Ft
i ( !er D. J. Cronin on the afternoon
J LEA VKN WORTH. Kan.. July 8 l . tne fiah ,,ny. Tner. wl b6 C0I.
P.) Jack Johnson, former heavy-, munitv sjngs b(lth . afternoon and
.weight champion, is preparing for to-! evenlnif vth WaMw Jenkins as dl
! morrow s prison release. His white ; r.ot)r an(, j,, te evenina. tne fam08
wife paid the $10O fine accompany- :comenv pll(.cess, "Xothlng But the
'ing the sentence. His early release is I Trulh . ,., 1h. pr(,9ented by the
.due to good behavior. j Keighley Broadway Players.
I Writer t Sieak
Rockefeller Has R nlnlay Peter Clark MacFarlane celebrated
. NEW Yi-RK. July s tl IV -J"hn , writer. is the stftr f the proKram for
.!. Rockefeller celebrated his i,he sixtu ay. p wnl ,wtur (h,
i birthday today. He played golf and ; t)tl -.,. AmcilnK- The
entertained the family. (evening prelude and the aRernoon
j , Icncert will be by the Sam Lewis
'STEER S TAIL WORTH Company.
' flWP MflW'Q I IFF !t ' F"r tlle ",lal ,,ar. T.leurance's Lit-
; ' UIML IVIHIM O L-lrC lo j,ie symphony orcliestra will plav the
i ZURCHER'S NARRATIVE ii""lern"" Prelude, ami Captain T. D.
j ll'pton will lecture on "The Four-
t. Square Builder." In the evening the
j ore best i-a will present a eencert with
4 ! Jane Peterson as soloist.'
j There will be Junior Chautauqua
pleach day. Today practically every
4 1 normal school teacher purchased a
j season ticket. Resered seats will he
4 1 on sale Saturday at Tallniiin's drug
4 j store.
; What is a steer's tail worth?
, Whether considered from the
' point of vie.v of the b-atber it
! would yield, or the ox-tiiil soup
one could muk" i'i-iin it. it would
' not be worth a mrat ileal,
i J. IV Zurcticr, iu-vly elected
' president of the Fmatillu Cotin-
; t Comniercial i'l'.ih Federation.
knows of one time when one
'. measly steer's tail was worth a
i lot to him. He was driving cat-
4- tie across the Soako Uiver at
i Hallaril's binding in the early
j days. The river was high, and
! his horse was dnmned.
"1 got the last steer's tail, and
j he carried me across lo safely,"
Zurcher said last nisht in telling
of the incident, "t Mherwise. the
j chances are the horse and I
would both have been lost."
iJACK DEMPSEY WILL
OMAHA, Julys (A. P.i J.ig
Dempsey. who ;,asnl thrmiah hern. In
a statement denied he was willing tit
fight "Jack Johnson or any mher