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I DAILY EDITION
The Eat Oregonlan la Eastern Or
aon'a greatest newspsper and a esU
ing force gives to the advertlnef ovr
twice the guarnled Pid circulation
la Pendleton end Umatilla County of
any other oepapr.
The Bet press run of yesterday's Daily
This piper Is a memtnf or ni audited
by the Audit Bureau or Circulations.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPO
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBEB 6, 1921..
IS HOISTED OVER
Ulster Volunteers are Recruit
ed to Full Strength; Irish
Republican Troops Drill.
WAR WITHIN NEXT TEN
DAYS IS BEING PREDICTED
Strikers ,f Establish Picket
Lines and Defy Anyone to
' Pull Down Crimson Banner.
DUBLIN, Sept. . (It, P.) All fac
tions In Ireland are preparing for war.
Ulster volunteer are being recruited
to full strength. IriHh republican
troopa are reported to be drilling and
marching In the hill. Predictions are
being made, freely here of renewed
war within the next ten duya. Some
lire still hopeful for peace.
Harbor Offices SelKed
DUBLIN, Sept. . t N. 8.) The
red flag of Bolshevism ha been hoist
cd over Cork harbor. Striking dock
workers seized the hurbor offices,
cjetted the secretary of the harbor
board, and began collecting taxes and
harbor due. Leaders of the strikers
decided to form a soviet. They hoisted
the red flag and then established pick
et lines defying anyone to pull down
tho crimson banner. ,
ATHENS, Bept. .!. X. S.) The
Greek airmen report tho civilian pop
ulation of Angora the former Turk
ish nationalist capital In wild flight,
according to a Smyrna dispatch. All
roads leading eastward from tho city
are said-to be choked wth old men,
women and children. The Greeks
ere atlll advancing toward the Angora
THREE AIRMEN DIE
IN MINE WAR ZONE
CHARLESTON. W. V., Sept.' 6.
(A. P.) three oi me ie
my airmen we're found dead today on
Twenty Mile creek. Another is re
ported to be severely Injured. There
Is no mention of the fifth man, but the
officers thought he was In the wreck
age of a bombor that fell Saturday
! afternoon while traveling from
TO ALL ALLIED
WASHINGTON, Sept. 6, (A. r.)
The United States addressed a new
note to all the allied powers on the
subject of the mandated territories-
When - President Harding visits
Birmingham, Ala., In October, he will
tie attendod by an honor guard of 1,
008 members of the American Legion
drawn from each of the 80 posts of the
state. i ' j'
' Reported by Major Lee Moorhouse,
Maximum. I. . - 1
. Barometer, 9.88. -
- Tonight and
mm :UP0N!M0HM ; THREAT OF WAR PRELIMINARY TRIAL OF ROStBURG
v NGu,SOFRiGHT; MADEBECAUSEWE iq HflHGiNG OVER STARTS TODAY; ALLEGED MURDERER IS
BOYLEN FIRST LOCAL
VETERAN TO GET IN
To Ernes Boylen. iOg John-
son street, goes the honor of be-
Ing tho first Pendleton man to
fill out an. application of a loan
from the state under the n'ovi-
slons of the veterans' aid bill
which whs ratified in June at
tho special ejection. P. L. Idle-
man, commander of Post No. 23,
American Legion, filled Boyien's
application out yesterday.
A host of cx -service men were
on hand early this morning to
secure aid from Idleman In fill-
. Ing out their applications. .The
American National Hank will
be kept open from 4 till 6 In tho
afternoons, and from 7 to 9 In
the evenings for this service, but '
Idleman declared today that it
would be impossible for him to
render any assistance during the
rest of the time. He will be at
the bank this afternoon and
evening to accommodate any
veterans wanting a little help pn
their preliminary blanks. ,
LOCAL HUNTERS RETURN
PLEASED WITH SUCI
Dan Bawraan - Ealldoggcd ..His
. Buck and Had Lively Time
According to Eye Witnesses.
Three fine bucks bagged by $
party of six hunters has estaldb-hed ni
batting average of .tOO ;jvhich is a
source of much pride to tho lucjijf
half-doxen men who composed the
party. The men who killed the bucks
are Earl Kirkpatrlck, Judge J. W. Mo
loney and D. C. Bowman. The others
in the party were J. H. Owinn, Frank
Bowman and Paul Mortlmoro.
All of tho deer were killed in the
Camas Creek country below Lehnnn
Springs. Judge Maloney got his early
last Thursday morning shortly utter
the party had started the hunt. The
animal Is a splendid specimen, and
has five points. Four shots were fired
to effect the kill, and then a lot of
tugging and spending of muscular en
ergy were required before the deer
could be taken to the car. ,
Kirkpatrlck got his big buck on a
freak shot, lire saw the animal as he
passed some open ground, but lost
him In underbrush before he could
draw bead. Calculating the buck's
speed and position, he fired into the
brushy The bullet struck the buck In ;
the heat and clipped one big horn.
The horns are among the largest ever
secured by local hunters, 10 points on
cither side being worn by the 250-lb.-animal.
The severing of the horn will
probably prevent mounting of the spe
cimen. Kirkpatrlck has been hunting
for deer every season for the past 14
I years, and he was elated over his suc
To Dan Bowman there fell the lot of
"pulling off about as spectaculnr a
kill as a hunter could wish. Dan hull
dogged his buck, and ho had a lively
time of It, according to stories that
huvo been told to his frltnds. '
He blazed away twice at tlje buck.
and tho first shot inflicted a harmless
flesh wound. The second one, how
ever halted him, and Dan 1 quickly
climbed a hill to make sure of his sue -
cess. Tne secono snot mta nweu
horn and dazed the animal, and Just
ns Dan was ready to use his knife the
deer shook off his daite and was ready
to make a quick getaway. Not want
Ing to lose his gnme after that hot, a
session, Dan grabbed the buck by the
horns, and with the animal In the lead,
man and boast did the shimmy down
the hill. Traveling was rather speedy,
Dan declares, and ho used his vocal
cords for all they were worth to sum
mon his friends. 1 ,
Finally, getting one horn ot tne
buck hooked behind a tree so he could
hold him with one hand, a big stone
waa lineit OI the deer's forehead, and
the game helonged to Dan.
lME,.gene B.anchett who was out with
Earl Coutts also secured a biion.
6T. PAUL, Minn., Sept. 6. (U. P.)
Tho winds have d.'ed down, giving)
the 800 fire fighters in tho northern
part of the state a better chance to I
stem the sweep ot the forest fires
threatening many villages and homes.
National euardsmen are assisting the;
stnte fighters to control the flames,
, The danger 1 bellevtd to be passed,
inrurriif pivp n o nnro nrMTM . . ruurulu v mm l uv l l allh uv
I DUBLIN. Pept. .(!. N, S.)
England's demands upon Ireland have
no busts "of right. They are made be
cause we are too weak to resist suc
cessfully," declared Dcvalera In a talk
''If England Is Issuing an ultimatum
let It be an ultimatum of brute force-
f6rce naked and unashamed such as
has been used against the Binall na
tions before. Ireland has long known
It. No pretense will prevent a threat
of lorcc from being recognized. Peace
a.inol be founded upon make-believe.
Lei us tear aside the camouflage."
Mart May Hold Conference.
LON1XJN. Sept. g (U. I'.) King
deorge may hold a preliminary con
ference with the cabinet ministers be
fore the- go to Inverness, Scotland,
for the Lloyd George consultation on
the Irish question. King George Is re
garded as .having a strong influence
in Irish matters.
NEW YORK. Sept, 6. (I. N. S.
Mrs. Osa Johnson, who is pictured
hold up the ape. Is the plucky wife of
the famous Jungle explorer, Martin
Johnson. .Mrs. Johnson subdued a
wild onmg-octang, which had "been
captured during the taking of a film
known as "Jungle Adventures." She
did it by kindness and fearlessness
displayed toward the animal.
An ape. It is seen, soon learns how
to uct in the flllums like many a
more human screen idol. This ape it
know.i as Borneo.
HELP TO CUT EXPENSE
'ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 6. Small
hovs from a congested district here
are learning to help reduce living ex
pense. At summer schools they are
becoming expert cobblers under tute
lage of Miss Julia Murray. A major
ity of the youths In the dully "cobbler"
claw are of foreign parentage. They
learn their trade by repairing shoes of
LOGAN, Sept. 6. (U. P.) Miners,
union and non-union are scheduled to
resume digging with a truce embrac
ing bath factions being entorcea i
the United States troops. The regu
lars may be withdrawn today, but
many citizens are asking they be al
lowed to remain for a period to pre
vent further outbreaks. The "battle
fronf 'is quiet.
PARIS. Sept. 6. (U. P.) French
politicians expect Georges Clemenceati
to return to active political life, lie
n uneBPhes Indicate the "Tiger" if
,nnla,iin1ntlllar Ullnh H. COUrSA. RUmOr
, rlcmonceau-a return came at a mo-
ment when the Briand government
ttinir heavv criticism from all
sides, because of I dinner's.
of finance, unpopularity.
FOLICEIN CO TO AID
NEW TORK, Sept. .-- A. : P.)r
Pollcemen with riot guns, summoned
by a radio message telling ot a mu-
itinv, today bmke up a fight between
e.v.-, u. o...,.k-b -
t Hosier Jvlvail-H, wiiuiiinrvi
Island. They found Captain Charles
Boothby barricaded in his etib'n,
bruised and bitten. He nttiibutcd bis
injuries to the white members of the
I crew. A"hen the police boat appeared
the officers heard shots and saw the
'neirrnes and whites battling on the
(deck. Twelve hegroes were oppos ng
!a rush of 30. whites toward the cap-
IIIC.HTOWKU PLKADS ,"XOT :
til II.TV" 1
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. . tl . I .)
William Hlghtower pleaded not
guilty to the murder of Either HW.lrt
the Colnia priest. Ills trial has bc -
set for October third,
THREAT OF WAR
Hungarian Irregulars Are Re
ported to Have Invaded Aus-
trta; Occupy , Territory.
LITTLE ENTENTE' MAY. BE
SENT TO OUST INVADERS
and Roumania Are "at Log
LONDON, Sept. . (I. N- '8.1
Threat of a new war Is hanging over
central Europe. Hungarian irregulars
are reported to have invaded Austria,
occupying the territory after a battle
in which many were killed. .
The delivery of a message of warn
ing from the intcr-allied council am
bassadors to Hungary has been held
up at the request of Italy. The note
Is being strengthened, and may be
transformed into an actual ultimatum.
Italy fears the "little entente" will
send troops to oust tho Hungarian lr
remlars unleps they can be induced to
withdraw by a peaceful measure. If
the "lit tle entente", is moved to throw
out the Hungarians from West Hun
gary, the Italian statesmen fear war.
The "little entente' is composed of ,
CiWcUoJSluvakia. Jugo-Slavia, and
Roumania. All are at Loggerheads j
with Hungary. ; . ' . .
The .allies have been arouseii to
some anxiety by the news of the mon
archist activities by the Hungarians at
In Addition to Loss of Build
ing 12 Autos and Other
Equipment Was Burned.
(East Oregonlan Special.)
PILOT ROCK. Sept. . A heavy
property loss, the extent of -which has
noj yet been determined, was suffer
ed here last night when a fire of un
known origin destroyed the Levi Eld
ridge livery barn and the garage of
Adldins and Grimshaw.
In addition to the loss of the build
ings. 12 nutos were burned, and other
equipment was a loss. Some of the
, .-er Injured and others were not.
and the exact amount of the loss coma
rut tie determined.
E'dr'dse thought he detected an
odor of burning rags early in me
"veiling, but a search failed to reveal
fire, and nnthln? was thought of the
matter until curfew time, at nine
o'clock. Then tho blaze leaped into
A valient flnht against odds was put
un bv tho fire department. It soon be
came upa.eiit that it would he impoa-
o!Wo in s-ive the buildings in which the
fire originated, but cvertn ng t"-"""
"-" " , " "
conimeu to u -
n-sirtes the 12 cars, two vaiuani
bear doss which were recently brought
here from Tho Dalles were cremated.
Tho dogs were secured In an ertort to j
jet a bear which has cnused a gre-it
deal of damage to livestock men.
Other damages was the loss of nine j
Pets of harness. The glass front or
the Pilot Rock Auto Co. was broken i -r.ut,
but the office of the Record. Just
across tho alley, was not even scorch
ed. Horses in the barn were iiicii m
835 PUPILS ENROLLED
IN GRADE SCHOOLS
. , , s Tinn iiAnilltir-
Urt-ii IMU iniC IHUnmnu
Eight hndred thirty-five pit-
pils enrolled today In Pendle-
i. iw.,ls the number
lull e f ... - . -
i.- .iiu.,-ii,trt with sr.S at
Hawthorne, 256 nt Ineoln, Iti-'
at Wash nsum and 59 nt Field.
The number is an increase or 33
over last year's enrollment.
Figures on the total high
school enrollment are unavail
ing today, saM H. E. Inlow, city
superintendent. Ho believes it
wll exceed that of last year.
, ' , . , " .' ,vork
day to begin the teims vork.
wmiiLiiiLi unmuiLUui iiului niinuiu
nosEnuuG, spt. 6.-u. p.)-The
Brumfield trial preliminary starts to
day, with the attorneys for the de
fense entering a motion for a change
of venue. Judge G. G. Bingham start
ed hearing the argument at noon. The
prosecution Is bitterly opposing such
a change. Both sides expect a bitter
struggle when the Jury starts being se
lected. Brumfield la reported bm
wanting strange men in u,e uu... i--disti-lsts
his Douglas county acquaint
ance. The alleged murderer is ap
parently unmoved by the tide of af
fairs. Mrs. Brumfield, haggard and
worn, appears to be showing the strain
worse than her husband.
Out Of over 400 colleges and univer
sities in the United States, the Uni
versity of Oregon is one of 15 which
riffle a fmip-vntir i.nnma in fmil-nitlium
jThe Oregon school of journalism is
generally conceded to be one of the
I first five- In the country.
IT BELT AT
JERSEY CITY. Sept. 6. (IT. r.)
Tex Rlckard's middleweight belt, gen
erally regarded as carrying the cham
pionship prestige, is at stake today
when Johnny Wilson, present title
holder and Bryan Dow.iey, claiming
the championship following a July
mixup when the Ohio boxing commis
sion gave the scrap to Downey on a
knockout, but the referee gave the
lwe)ve ronnds iH to decide the dispute.
yttfmn , r,SIirued as the favorite.
IS SUB1TTE0 COWS!
- WASHINGTON, SepV 6. (I. N. S.)
' An unfavorable report has been suh
li.kted to congress by the, board of
rivers and harbors' engineers on a pro
ject to improve the Columbia river
from the mouth of the Willamette riv
er ; Vancouver, Washington, and
provide a channel of equal width and
depth of that in the Willamette river
NEW YORK, Sept. V.y- j
ruui ituiijiii ,,iu,uoca vwi.ini i niis iiiv lit uiimu iv, viir.. ... .........
24 hours lead the police to believe thene reports considerable interest In the
"Good Killers," a hired assassin or- show and believes that a large num
ganizaton, aro resuming their opera- h 01. of people will be here when the
tior.s. Further killings are feared, gates open September 22 for the three
Several suspects here and at Detroit.
1UtfflU( Pittsburg and other cities aro
ENLISTMENTS !N U.S.
WASHINGTON,-Sept. 8. ( L. P.),,, movie stars at the Round-Vp aand
The Wai- department has Issued ordersjtne tneatre lm.n of that city aer going!
to resume enlistments into trie uiih.
, , le sirom;th having been cut down oe -
low tne me. uuu iiiai-iv ummru . .. -
lust army bill.
A session In police court this morn
ing which occupied the court unti
noon n suited In a number ol fines be
inir mi'd into the city's treasury
i,i.hi. t.. , Sntiii-,1.-iv nit-lit. and an -
one broken up
bv the police
M..r,.i nihi iinspd the rush of bus-
j A. Sie.fert, O. M Rnssie, Ed Me-!
Kvey and II. Diessel were fined tfH
i each when the court found them Ruil- '
t- of disorderly conduct at Union
1 Hall Saturdav night lit a dame. JaUKs;
, -, i
iThoimwon who was released on b.nl.li
of S2a for bis part m the fracas, tall-!
ed to appear jn court ami his bond I
was declared forfeited. I
Robert Bender was fined $25 on a
similar charge on account of an i.lter-
cation in the French Restaurant. He
Alex Smith forfeited $5 for inror -
reet narkinv and Hugh Taylor lost
ei without a tail light.' Ed Peterson was
' f lif fnr ...
legal possession of liquor.
I PROMINENT COUNTY MAN
IS ArVoiNJED DIRECTOR
OF PENDLEToY R0UND.UP
" Guy Wyrick. prominent Uma-
t'lla county farmer and for
many years ciosel5 connected
with the presentation of the
Pendleton Rour.d-Up has been
chosen a direci5, according to
announcement made today by
the Round-Up Association.
Mr. Wyrick will be in charge
of the competitive events, for-
merly handled hy H. W. Collins,
president of the Round-t'p who
has been doing this work in ad-
dit!on to his duties as arena di-
1 Mr. Collins received word to-
day that Chester Byers, fancy
roper who Is Well known to
Round-Up fans will be here for
the three big days 1n Septem-
ber. A new star in the galaxy of
fancy ropers will be Johnny
Mullins, fiimous roper.
A beautiful pair of riding
boots, presented by the Kirken-
dall Co. through Hamley & Co.,
were added to the prize list to-
day. The boots, valued at :0,
will be given for the winner of
the cowboy relay race, In addi-
tion to the SuftO cash prize.
'LET'ER BUCK' SHOUT
200 SPOKANE ROTARLANS
Publicity Man Appeared
Noon Hour at Davenport Ho
tel Also at Clemmer Theatre.
"Let 'er Buck" shouted 200 Spokane
Rotarians at luncheon at the Hotel
Uiivenpcri Ult llimsmaj unci ,i,-a.ij
a bit of the 'gospel of the Pendleton ;
llound-Up in connection with tho spe
cial publicity campaign which was
staged there by Arthur Rudd, adver
tising man for the wild west classic.
The publicity man also appeared at
the Cleminer Theatre while in the
Besides the work dune in the Inland,
Empire metropolis itself, the publicity
man covered 30 towns, gave out inter-
Ill" views to reporters trom id newspa
Jy.!pers in the Empire and spoke in pub-
louse celebration and in Iton andj
Excellent crop conditions and good
i ends most of the way will mean a
swelling of the Round-Up throng, ac
coiuing to the report. The farmers
of the Palouse section are planning to
make a good exhibit at the Northwest
IHav and Grain show and a numoer ot
; rider from the ranches of the section
.are planning to compete in the Pen
Idle! en arena.
1 In .-pokane there is an especially
! lively interest ill the appearance of
to ,rnke 8n effort to get them to In-
, .,,,, e.,i..n, i ,hl,- itienrarv.
1 Among the towns which were m
eluded in the publicity campaign were
Dixie Wailsburg, Lyons Ferry, Waah
jtucna. -Ralston. Riuville, Odessa, Har
inngtoit. Davenport, Spokane. Colfax;,
' Pullman, Lewlston and liayton.
DANCE HALL AND SHOOTS
L FIVE PERSONS; TWO DIE
'1ALLUP, N. M.. Sept. 6. (f. N. S.)
J.ie Wiggins, a former convict, en-Uri-1
the Allison school bouse early as
n labor da lie
was breaking up, shot
ive persons. iu
are expected to recover.
i v Tm-.do his escape with o
wiiaaii Jtiilnusy over wnom is ueue-
ed to haw caused the shouting.
j .UWWX, Sept. . II. N. R) Mu-
;tiiiy has broken out in the red gatrl-
son at Kronstadt. a. Innress near i
I rosrad. and food riots are occurring
In Petrograd. said a Warsaw dispatch,
Tll .,. , unconfirmed from
any official source.
Theory That Gardner is Still
on Island is Abandoned and
Work Starts on Mainland.
BELIEF THAT CONVICT HAS
Officers Expect to Find Con-
vict's Discarded Clothes as
Clue to Direction He Took.
TACOMA, Sept. 6. (U. P.) Offt-
jcers guards and possemen, working in
the vicinity of McNeil Island peniten
tiary, have abandoned the theory tliat
Gardner is still on the island and are
now working on the mainland. They
think the daring bandit made good
his escape across the treacherous wa
ters. This strengthens the belief that
Gardner had confederates with whom
he planned his escape. Ecgart and
Impyn are believed to have been
drawn into the plot by Gardner's" mag
netic personality solely as a shield for
the bandit himself. Every time Gard
ner planned an escape he has had an
other prisoner escape with him, thus
dividing the trails: Officers expect to
lind the convicts discarded clothing as
the first clue to the direction he took.
KKoape Believed PlimiKMl. . '
I TACOMA. Sept. s.-fU. p.) IUvy
jGardrier W free "again, ' "X 'thorough
!earch of McNeils Island following bin
(escape yesterday failed to reveal the
whereabouts of the daring mail ban
Jdit. It is believed he escaped to the
at ; mainland, although the government
siauncnes are patrolling tne waters all.
about the island, and searchers are
guarding every- eovo where the fugi
tive may be., Gardner's escapo it is
believed, was planned. ' He had wire
L,. w... ' . . " '
w),h Bo(rart an(,'Bv.;
erett Impynn to escape with him and
draw the guards' fire while the mall
bandit made good his escape. Gard
ner's companions failed, one being
killed, and the other possibly fatally
wounded. His escape was tinted to the
minute, the trio leaving the other
j prisoners during an exciting moment
in the labor day baseball game.
tuts w ire With Pliers.
Gardner, after cutting the wire with
pliers, crawled through, followed by
uiiin iwu lugiiivvs. i ne guards -dropped
Bogart and , Impypn. before
tney nad a chance to get far. Gard-
Other jinsoners ware immediately
placed lack In the cells and every
available guard was sent out "aftee I
Gardner. The brush was set on fire,
but the smoke aided Gardner more
than it did the guards, apparently. As
night fell, a thick fog settled over the
island, making pursuit more difficult.
Government launches closely searched
ed the waters and coves, both on the
island and mainland. Searchlights
plnyed over the island, but the fog de
stroyed their efficiency. Prison offi
cials believe the bandit may have had
friends awaiting him. They scout the
theory that he escaped to the main
land by swimming. The waters are
swift, cold and treacherous and he
never would have been able to make
Convict Wrote Cheerfully to Wife.
According to advices from Califor
nia. Mrs.' Holly Gardner, Roy's wife,
expressed considerable disappoint
ment that the daring bandit had at
tempted to escape. She had planned
to go north to be near him and see
him as frequently as the prison offi
cials would permit her. and take her
little daughter with her. She said
Gardner wrote her a cheerful letter
ecently, "looking forward to the time
when he would be with his family
again. She expressed the hope that
her husband would either be taken
without injury, or would escape
through the cordon of officers hunt
WAR AT CANTON. OHIO
CANTON. (.. Sept.. (I. N. R
"Doc"' I.owe, a negro and Tony San
tcilla, Italian, are dead, four are In ;
hospital and two in Jail following
race riot here last nlnht between Hal
Inns and negros In the "Jungle" dls
triet. The trouble started according
to police when an Italian puthed a
negro off the side walk. A fliiht fol-
lowed and a rare riot grew. Police,
ment were forced to draw gm. to
uueil the mob.