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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
BODY OF LuTTJETSON, BACHELOR, DISCOVERED THIS
MORNING IN OPEN WELL ON RANCH NEAR LITTLE MEADOWS
HUE AN EFFORT
TO SAVE RUSSIA
U. S. Government and Soviets
Agree on Conditions Under
Which Relief is Considered.
FORMAL PACT IS SIGNED . 1
IN CONFERENCE TODAY
Russian Leaders Paint Situation
Blacker Than Anyone in Eng
land Imagines it Can Be.
niOA, Aur. 1 . (!'. P.) The
American effort to nave Russia's stnrv
Inir million starts today. The 1'nlted
Ktutes government and the Soviets
have already .agreed on tlio conditions
tindt'r which the rrlter will lie con
ducted and the formal pact will he
signed when Walter lirown, the Eu
ropean relief director and Maxim LM
vlnoff, the bolshevik envoy, resume
their conference toiluy.
O.OOn,no0 Arc KlnrtliiR.
LONIHiN, Auk. IS. (I- X. S )
Thirty million persons will he starving
In Kussla liy the lime the relief snp
plieii are arriving there in the Judg
ment of leader at Jlowow,-according
to F. II. Hodgson, head of the Ililltsh
trade mission to Jlussia. . , Hodgson
" ma.de a repH (if Wnttin, roiWTrTnnn
10 the foreign office. "Tie sas flussliul
leaders paint the situation blacker
than anyone In F.ngluiid imagines II
Supreme Council to Assist.
PAKIS. Aug. II. (I. X. H.) The
supreme council decided to assist In
the Husslan relief. A commission of
three will he" appointed to uld the re
lletf organizations. It wan decided,
however, not to allow credit for Jtus
JUDGE PHELPS ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF CITY
Members of Commission Ask
Citizens to Present Written
Expressions of Ideas.
At the Initial organlaitlon meeting
of the cltv planning commission, held
last night at the city hall. Judge O. W.
J'helps was elected president of the
commission; Dr. V. V. Mc.Nary. vlce
presldenl; Mrs. James Johns Sr.,
treasurer; anil Fred Hennhm, secre
tary. ' ...
The meeting Is the first that has
heen held since the appointment by
the cltv council of the seven members
who with the mayor, city attorney
nnd city engineer, as ex-offlclo mem
bers, comprise the body which will
linve a great deal to dr. In miiHIng
plans In civic Improvements.
In the drawing lust night to deter
mine the length of office, Judge
Phelps and Dr, XlcNary drew the four
year terms; Fred Reunion arid If. K.
Inlow are the three-year men: H. O.
Mann nnd W. D. Humphrey will serve
for two years nnd Mrs. Johns the one
In order that the commission may
(Continued on pane .)
The weather, reported hy Major l.ee
DAILY IN AMERICA
iricrT'irtlne F!ni ehf,rdt"ui!.i? :ot
beauty contest in which hundreds f
Won a stiver cop as the most Ijc.iiitiful
Hen here with her mother.
CONSERVE YOUR 'PEP' TO
"Shake off summer lnr.iness and get
ready to "go" to make the Roimd-l'p
nnd Happy t'ariyon the most successfiil
show ever held.'
That was the spirit that prevailed
last night nt the meeting of the Happy
Canyon directors and department
heads, ahd Judgtng rrom the niimer
of Ideos that were presented and the
"pep" that characterized the meeting.
Pendleton will he humming soon in
preparation for the wildest, woollcst.
jazr-iest exhibition that has been stag
ed In the history of the big night show.
Snappier action is one thing thai
the management la seeking, nnd there
will ho variety enough to keep the
most sophisticated audience from be
coming Jaded. '
There will he a number of bad
horses in the show, including. Cyclone.
Hotfoot, and M'cKay, some fighting
steers, Indian war dances, and Olenn
Rushce will dance his inimitable snake
The miniature tmvn will be seen,
r.nd scenery Is being prepared now
that will bring hack the' atmosphere
of the frontier days.
Itiir lints. Silk Shirts
September 1 will see the Inaugura
tion of the big hats and passionate, red
silk shirts with Which Pendleton' nns
cnllnity will garb Itself as of yore. Old
HANKOW, Aug. 13 (CP.! A na
tional Chinese crisis in political op-
heavul from the provincial warfare.
Is near and will result in either the
unity of China, or the return of In
triguing military faction to power.
General Chung Is reported enronte to
Pekin to confer with military lenders
regarding the refusal of Wu Pel Fu
to accept the vacant inspectorship of
Ihe Hunch nrovtnce. Northern lead- ;
ers are suspicions that Wu Intends to
shift lo un alliance with the leaders
of the southern provinces overwhelm
ing Chlng as the supreme leader of the
north. " ...
kartii r.ssi:s TiiiioK.n co.Mirr.
HEinEISlU'RO, Cermany, Aug. U.
(A. P.t The Koeiiigstuhl observa -
tory announces that the eal'ili passed
through the tall of a conie( the nighl
of August 8th. ''
This Is said to nccount for lho-hr
object near the sun observed at the
lick observuluiy, ;
' .' : :- , . J " ..--mr,CT-r, i :
" PRCE w,wNr ROSQ50RG DENTIST formerattorney gemeral will ask
L-- , - - p nn..iMQ ciifmt UNITED SLATES SUPREME COURT TO
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CARRYING REGULAR WIRE REPORTS FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, UNITED PRESS AND THE I. N. S.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13, 1921.
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;tr.(eil .f rxi i. -t-.e m lu.nv fwnUth i.(
Nrunx iii.lilien participated. She (iliso
child in her New York school. She i
SUCCESSFUL ONE EVTR STAGED
war time days will be revived, too, be
pinning th.-n. in that evciy m.u. ......
fails lo don the hats and special shirts
will he in da user of having his old
h ad-gear and shirt confiscated and
fed to the flames, even as college
freshmen who fail to wear prescribed
Insignia are treated rough.
. Merchants and business houses are
expected to cooperate in the plan to
make Pendleton 100 per cent Round
l'p by having their windows reflecting
frontier atmosphere on and after Sep
Dancing Kpuiv Kiiliirstcd
The. space that will be available for
dancing- this year will be Just twice
what it Iv g lu-en in former years, ac
tording t j the plans worked out by I.
W. Dayton and presented to the direc
tors last night for approval. The sofl
drink bar, will be realistic with a brass
rail at about the right distance from
Tho gambling space will be commo
dious, too, anil some new .features In
this-respect have been worked out. A
hlg lottery wheel, on which chapces
can be taken by the pnynvnt .of
I "bucks." and a slot machine are some
of ihe things that will make the gam-'
j bllng scenes realistic. Appropriate
spites nre being arranged for the pot
JAN UNUSUAL 'TEA PARTY'!
:IS HELD ON COUNTY COURT i
HOUSE LAWN THIS MORNING:
SeviTnl men sighed sadly this
morning when they watched
with hated breath the disappear
a nee of about five gallons of
moonshine whiskey :n front of
No, this particular batch, of
moonshine did not burn anyone's
throat. That may be an expla
nation for the sighs. It was the
stuff that was secured by Deputy
Sheriff Kidgwny last night when
he raided the house of Ed Baker
where J, K. "lllackie" Allen was
placed under arrest.
This. morning Allen was taken
before Judge 1. M. Schsnnep
where he was fined $',o. Fol
lowing his trial, the contiahrand
li'inor was taken out on the
streetand In the presence of (he
members of the court, the slier
Iff's force and others who hid
heard of the procedlnns. the
moonshine was poured into
Just lo satisfy himself that
there was-alcohol in the hioon
shine, Deputy District Attorney
C. Z. itnndull touched a match to
it and It burned fiercely.
i Dr. Rrnmfiplrf Admits Irifintitv:
Promises fo Return to Rose-
burg Without Extradition.
GIVES LIGHT ON PACKAGE
Salem Authorities Proceed to
Handle Affair in the Usual
CAIX3AHY, Aus. 13. (A. P.) Be
yond admitting hin identity and prom
ia:n!; to return to .Roaeliurg without
extradition. Dr. ft. .M. Hrnnificld. ar
iCHted tin a ranch 3(1 miles si. nth (
here In connection with the death i f
Dennis Russell, maintains a stdl'd si-
h-nce. The mounted police tra -eil
hhn through an order he sent, frofii
l:anlf lo the Seattle express office
;;sknig that a box he expressed from
MyiHo Holnt to M.-s. Norman Whit
icy at Seattle, the day before the tri
geily, be forwarded. The box ' con
tained women's wearing apparel an I
the contents were worthless. The of-fic.-i-'
ijuickly located M ruuvfield, who
iir u- l deathly pale 'when confronted
an. I heir! out his arms for the hand
cuffs I'nder a mattress on his b.l
uu- fe'niv.T n- flier ttf Jmndw rt
I'MI I" 1-. ng t
come froin Hussell, ;-
M'i-ibl!.K the hitter s ride with Brum
fi hl, te:iilg of t he accident ai d
Pi uiiilieid's (lath and how llu.-.-cll
f l.-i tived clothes with the doctor and
fied The letter was unsigned ai.d un
licfusox to Discuss Affali-s,
While steadfastly refusing v) ills-I
cuss the alleged crime. Brumfield tnid j
trevntat.ve of the Portland Tele- I
VTiiin o his-movements s;nce lea -. i:vr i
l oscMirg. On Ihe night of July 13 he1
walked to Oakland where h Took .1 j Wheat rose in price today, Septem
Iru.it to Portland. He remain -d j her wheat closing at $1.24 1-4 and De
I he-re : few hours and continued on to craibn- wheat at 1.2. Yesterday
Seaitle. He stayed In Seattle a day; the closing prices were U.2.1 3-4 and
ami then went to Vancouver, r nam- i?125 3-4 respectively,
ing there two days. He we.ttto l.a,:e Following are the iir.'ations -e-l.oui:it
ln- seieral days and tlleiife in ceived by Overbeck & Cooke, loo. I
1-anff ami Calgary. He - ot w-.rk hro'.ers:
fio-o the labor bureau under .he name
of Norman Whitney, two d;;ys after
U-l II.. u,.i,l lia ia u-Tlititr t,,
,nn i,u "i ttr ...... ... .
return lo Roseburg immediately
tell all he knows.
Itccaks down I'nder tiPstionins I
iiosici:n;i;, aiij. ll ,i. P.) j
Sheriff Starmer of ijosehurg. Is expect- j
ed back from Reedsport today. He will !
prohably go to OilgaiT Immeiliateiy to
take Primifield Into custody. Officers
of the Northwest .Mounie.1 1 .nice cap- , k.lch(,K,lu Rni ,edict'ons of light
tured llrnmfield without resistance -j t-n)sls , the lmv lH11(i!1 of .-r,h D i
when he came In from the fields where j,.0(a ,nu, Mil)1Jps()ta AU the ca3v
he had been working as a farm hand, j ln.,rkets were strong with millers and
Ihe man tried to insist lie was Nor-;,,
man Whitney, hut under uuestlonins i
i-roke down, admitting nis nieiuiiy as,
the man wanted in -Koseburg for the
Kussell murder. He declined to make
any statement. He had a letter evi
dently for mailing describing tke acci
dent near Koseburg when his com
panion was killed in a car wreck. The
niounf-d police effected his capture
through tracing a box mailed from
Uike I.ooise to Mrs. Norman Whitney
at lloseburg. ' ,
Is Prominent Citizen
PORTLAND, Aug. 13. (C. P.I
Dr. Ivamnol Kohs, an expert rrlmina1
phy. hologist. declares- , Jlrumfleld's 1
yearning for feminine umlwear prov- t
cd the alleged murderer's midoini?. He ;
declared the desires for this sort of i
thing- is a common characteristic of
peculiar abnormal criminal tendencies.
Prumfield a. prominent Kesebnrg cit
ipii, unable to indulge in such impulses
there, attempted to do so -when far
nway among strangers. He sent a box
to Seattle two days before the murder
and when he reached Calgary sent to
Seattle for the box. thus lending llose
burg authorities to discover his where-
cboi'ti-. Dr. Knhs c's'ins such a ten-
n,.... tt,,.... liivh. lIl-o,,
field's mm-rter f Hossel. orovided his
connection with that crime is proved.
According to wind received here;
Prumfield is demurring w hether to j
fight extradition. It is understood 1
Kosehurg authorities are laying plans!
to proceed In Tho usual manner to,
bring the dentist to Justice. Advice;;!
from Salem indicate that authorities
there are proceeding to handle the af
fair in the usual Intermit 'onal manner.
I'recly Admits lileutlty
C.WIAItY, Aug. 1.1. (C. P.l "1
am willing to return and tell all 1
know to Geece Neuner, the district
Th!s was as near as Dr. t '
R. M. llrnmfield. a former Kosehurg
dentist would come to discussing thel tomorr.w. It is uncertain
murder charges against him. He In whether or not another of Miss
making no f'ght ag.Vnst extradition. Uarfw s sters. Mis. Helen Fair
ft eelv adiu'tlluB h s identity. banks, of New York, ; will be
(Continued un pago I.)
WAS'Hl.YnTOX, Auk. 13. l 1'.)
rey Keneral, will MHk the 1'nlted .States
supreme court to declare the Japanese
. white race, entilllni? them to Ameri
can ritissenxtrp. The request la alnted
to he made in the Takao (zawa versus
the 1'nlted .States case, In which the
petitioner neck lo heenme an Ameii-(
can citizen. WIckcrMham will argue
that, the Japanese in the north are
descendants from AintiH. and in the
KOUth from the Yumato. Imth alleged
to he Caucasian racea.
ACME OF HONESTY IS
DISPLAYED BY KANSAS
CITY AUTO DRIVER
' KANSAS CITY, Aug. 13. (I. X. St.)
The acme of curtesy and respect for
the law has heen reached, so far as the
motorcycle "cop" Is concerned.
This is the story related hy Matthew
Clarkin, motorcycle policeman,
'The defendant, Your Honor, was
speeding and I was chasing him. Sud
denly another car dashed around the
cornr and passed my motorcycle. 1
ahandoned the, chase of Jacobs to
J catch the second motorist. Jacobs no-
liced what had done, flopped hisi car
and awaited by return.
"Honesty in a motorist is a rare
Jewel and -when found is to be com
mended," said Judge Flen.-ng address
ing the defendant, Joseph Jacobs. The !
Judge a'ssessed a fine of Jl against Jac
ohs and gave him a s::iy of execution.
JOIIXS IS roRMAI I.V SKI.KCTFD
WA'SHlxnTON", Aug. 13. (A. l'.l
Justice Charles A. Johns, of the .ore-
i ' gnu Supreme court, has been formally
-lected lo fill the vacancy in tile rhfl-
1 ippine supreme court caused by
' resignation of Adam C. Carson.
, tioti. 11 441: (1 )l I
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iliec. 1.2.. 1.2U 1SU 1.2
Wheat Prices held within a nar-
,.ow r.,n showing little inclination
I to respond to reports of troAi in Sas-
comi.etinz for offerings.!
.Miena.( lis mills-were said
to be it'.-- i I
City. Tne ! I
i,Vei-s lo the Kn
t'xpiu-t demand w.V; somewhat disip-;
I otnting. only a. small am. Hint beinv; j
-Aorkcil. Keceipts are expe.-ted te
diow a further fall ng off, until spring (
.he;it. begins to move In volume.
There is much uncertainty prevail ng i
to -u hat extent the northwestern I
movement wiil be and also as, tot
whether It w II be taken .to northwest 1 1 " """' ",r
markets or diverted to Chirac, until1" Fra"" " President of the council
I ilvs s'tuat'on can accurately be gang- i
lO.i we bel eve t will lie advisable t.
I maintain k selling position on nuli.t
with the idea of accept Iiir moOera'
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
miTii MinT mil I or un r !
RUTH HART WILL BE HELD
MONDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK
Funeral services for the late
Miss ilu'h Hart, who lost her
life on the steamer Alaska, will
be held here on Monday morn-
! '"K ' D o'clock from the Church
of the Redeemer. The body,
accompanied by Miss Hart s sis-
ter. Mrs. Julia Mctsler. of La
(li-alide. will arrive here tomor-
row morning on No. 24 from
Mrs. O. W. Phe'ps, sister of
Miss Hart, arrived here today,
accompanied by Judge Phelps
;,id daughters. .M'ss Margaret
and Miss Cenev'eve Phelps.
Mrs. Frank Kechl n of Ii
tlrande another sister. ami
Fled Hart of Itathdrum. Idaho,
a brother, will he here for the
funeral services and will arrive
IS 'BIG BILL' HAYWOOD
I TO RECEIVE TREATMENT
IVASHIN'OTOX, Aug. 73. (V.
) iH "Dig F3ill'" Haywood, as
an American, Included in the
safe conduct guarantee, the state
department insists the soviet
government honor before the
"i American rel et associations wdl
give aid to thf starving Rus-
Hay wood, and other alleged
radicals shipped to Russia
aboard the soviet "Ark", listed
as Americans, claim American
r citizenship and are causing a de-
lay in negotiations. The state de-
partmenf r iled that the known
radicals are not making known
their desires within a reasonable
tilfte will not be able to hold up
negotiations and must shift for
toi themselves. The envoy t.itvin-
off, treating with w airer Lyman
Brown, the relief commissioner,
declared Haywood has no desire
to leave Russia
Dl'PLIX. Aug. 13. f A. I'.) - OPti -
,ism prevails In Sinn Fein circles re- J
j regarding the peace proposals. They i
: .HKIM-i9Ii that negotiations have not I
-l,Pen reken and that Lloyd George s
i reply to DeValera's last letter will not i
cause a break.
MANSFIELD, Oliio, Aug. 13.
i a number of college men over
i country have adopted a new fad.
; They set out. as soon as their sem-
, ester work is done, to hike from thijir
j colleges to their homes. ,
; Forest Kent, of Chicago, is one of
j these hikers. His father is Professor
Charles A. Kent, one of the best
known educationalists in Chicago.
A student at. Boston Tech. young
Kent is keeping the promise he made
with fellow students to walk home
without aid of trolley or steam cars. .
j These hikers are permitted to take
( advantage of all "lifts" they can get
I on the highways.
' Covering over 1,000 miles in four
! days, helped by accommodating mo
; torists and truck drivers, young Kent
1 stopped off here long enough to say
i hello to his uncle. George E. Kent, in
! riustrial secretary of the Mansfield y.
! M. C. A.
PA It IS. Aug. li.- (I. X. S.I Via. t
of the league of nations, called an ex.- j
traoidinary session of the league j.
council for August it) to discuss the ,
Cpper Silesian issue. Two sessions of j
the supreme council were 'neld today, j
Tile council adopted resolutions urging:
the I n ted States. Serbia and Kou-
maaia to give their early consent to
ho postponement of me collection or,
,lu -Austrian Indemnity in order
hdp Austrian rehabitatlon.
DKNVEit, Aug. 13. (I. X.
writ of Mandamus has been
here by Cnited Staes District Jud
tlibert K. Lewis, ordering the city
V.ctor, Col., to make ari 'mmi-diate
U w to ra'se -la in order to pay a
judgment in favor of tlte First Nation
al Hank of Ithaca. N. Y.
Tho Max or. City Treasurer and
members of the Cuy Council areom
niamled to appear in court on Septem
i.er 1 to show cause for failure to pay
the Judgment, If the tax levy Is not
The Judgment was awar.li-d
Ithaca bank when suit was brought
several months ago against the Victor j
City Council, the complaint claim-
inv to hold a number of bonds Issued
by Victor in 1SI5 upon which neither ,
principal nor liuerest had been paid, i
Th Ft OrrKnniitn I Kftatnrn Or
goti m K' t n-w ,pipfr unit ft
Iriff forr givf-w to th lvrtf vr
twiri thft g iiftmntcd fAid clrmilstton
In F'iidlton nt I mat ill county of
any ether ne impt.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPES
DEPUTY J. DYKES
Attention is Called to Case by
Neighbor Who i Noticed ; Jet
son's Horses Were Without
FOUL PLAY SUSPECTED,
MAY BE SUICIDE CASE
Coroner Left for Farm and Will
Make Examination of Prem
ises to Ascertain Cause.'
Foul play is suspected In the case
of the death of Matt Jetson, a bache-
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' ..il Ihiu ninraln. In an nrum wmII An
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I h'-' ranctl near IJttle .Meadows, 1
I miles eat of Milton on the mountain.
Discovery of the body wan mode bjr
(Deputy Sherirf Jim Dyke of Milton
(this morning- whose attention'. w
'called to the case by the report of a
' neighbor of Jetson's who notleeit .
(that the letter's horses were tied ai
; and apparently had '.been without
i feed or water for many hours. The
, neighbor reported this fart to Dyke.
'and the deputy sheriff, acting- on tn-
structions from the sheriffs Office.
went to the place this . morning- .to
make his Investigations. - :
The report made by" Dykes to the
"sheriffs office floes not irtrthrate- Uh J
ther the man (committed suicide or
whether he was murdered and then
thrown Into the well.
The body was
: not removed. . ' ' :
This afternoon shortly before 'l ;
' o'clock, Heputy Sheriff Dave I-avender
and Coroner J. T. Brown left for Ike
'jetson farm where they will fret the
; body and- make an examination Of the
oremises In an effort to arrive at some .
! pnn,-liiKln at tn ftiA CftUftA of the
death-. - " . : ; ;
- Very little is known about Jetsnn. .
He is said to have lived' alone on tils
ranch. The horses belonging- to him '
were emaciated from lack of food. : ".
$5,000,000 MS FOR.
SOLDIER RELIEF TO BE J
ON SALEOGTOBER 10
If-Market for Bonds Proves
Good Expected first Money
Will be Ready November. 1.
That f 5,0d0.onn worth of bonds of
fered by the state of Oregon to pro
vide funds for the making of loans or
the payment of a small cash bonus to
former soldiers, sailors and marines, "
will be put on the market Octobe 10,
la the news that was brought to Pen
dleton today by Uvman Rice, member
of the state commission In charge of
If the market for the bonds proves
Kowt it ts expected tnat me n.si o. ...
ImmPV wi be ready to distribute by
Aa 4 preliminary step to securing
m ...- it ,s necessary that applicants
fll( ,' blank forms establishing- proof
f service. The blank forms for this
pt-vPrninare application are expected
U) rrive. in Pendleton now within a
tew ,weekM- early enough In fact so
that th annlicatiotis mav be inane by
,rt ; September 1.
"Men should take advantage of
these applications as early us they ar
rive." Mr. Kice said this moTniug. ''If
1 they do this then the second blank can
t' be sent them Just as soon us the checks
are finished, ana an or tne co-noi
' work will have been finished by th
' time funds are available."
The total bond issue for this work Is
expected to umotint to $30,000,000,
; ,,n,..sixth of which will be pit on the
market October lo.
ALLEGED WIFE SLAYER
SEATTLE. Aug. til. ('. V.)
James Mahoney held for the umrder
of his aged wife. In an alleged effort
t get her money Is helnif amlnd
fr "Insanity." The man h hod
towel w rapped around his head. moan
ing in his cell, refusing to answer
rptestions or see hi mother and slsler.
The police believe ihe man l attempt-
ing (he ruse as a "madman."