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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY, apkiu 13, ivzi.
WAJMIC, April 1J. I'rof. J. R. Ward
and Miss Mary Compton gave a pic
nic for their pupils a week ago Friday,
going to a shady grove In the Joe
Heavy frosts have fallen at Inter
vals the last two weeks.
Wlllio and Vard Norvel went to The
I)alles Tuesday, the latter remaining
Jack Fraley and family were out
lroni The Dalles week before last
spending several days with Mrs. Km
ley's parents, Miv und Mrs. Willie
Road Supervisor P. B. Driver was
a Dalles business visitor Tuesday.
HI. K., W. M. and T. Drlvor were
transacting business In The Dalles
Many of the farmers are pretty
well through with their plowing. The
ground is so packed from the exces
sive rains and extreme moisture thu.
it is hard to plow this spring.
Miss Alma Driver returned from
kSmock Thursday where she spent two
weeks with her' mother, Mrs. Marlon
Mrs. Irma Munier went to The
Dalle's Saturday, returning today.
The Southern Wasco County Fair
association held a board meeting at
thu fair grounds Saturday afternoon,
tinnsacHng important business. The
board contemplates 'making some
changes in tho.nrrangement of tho
grounds. J. 13. Kennedy and P. IJ.
Driver attended the meeting as rtpif
scntatives of this place.
iBcn Mungcjr is moving back to his
homestead on upper Fifteen Mile
creok, after spending tho winter here
on tho Henry Miller place.
l)r. nnd Mrs. W. A. Short of Dufur
were (Saturday guests of Mrs. Short's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Driver.
W. '11. Patison left today for Tho
,Mr, and Mrs. O. K. Mart of Bend
pnt Friday night as guests at tho
Frank Magill home. Mrs. Murt was
engaged In tuning pianos while here.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klstner of Tygh
Valloy wore Dalles visitors Tuesday.
Dr. J. L. JOlwood of Maupln was
called here today to attend Mrs. Eliza
Johnson who is very ill.
Miss Clarice Zumwnlt was a Tygh
Mrs. Andy Klstner of Tygh Valley
is ill. Sho was taken to Tho Dalles
last week for examination.
Mrs 'Raymond During, who has
been confined to her bed for several
months at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Orange Brlttaln in Tygh,
is able to be out again, though she
has to use crutches. With hor hus
band she was hero Sunday nt tho
John Ulingsworth home.
Harvey Morris and J. Jeffries, Mau
pln insurance agents, wore bore on
Miss Lena Wing of Tygh Valley ar
rived hore Friday. Sho loft today.
Mrs. Myrtle Swift undorwont an
operation In Portland Tuesday. Sho
was recently a resident of this place
Roy Rodgers was hero last week
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fallow of Smock
returned today from Tho Dalles,
whore they wero looking for a loca
tion. Mrs. F.'ija v aastalu returned Sat
urday from a three weeks' stoiy n. tho
It, Willy homo across the Deschutes
Mrs. Dolph Mnyhow of Juniper Flat
Is able to bo up again after a sin ore
attack of appendicitis.
Mm. Mart .Vow received word v
ceatly that the lltllo son, Unhurt, )f
Mr. anil Mrs. Jack Powers had ilkil
a week ago Suurday at Yakima, Wash.
They were recent roslduuU of .Mauplu
M. F. Cohort has movud from tho
White Ulvor powor plant to his mmi'
J. 11. Woodcock returned last wook
from a few dnys'slny In Tho Dalles
Mrs. Mary U. Noble died March 22
nt hot' home In Pnyallup, Wash.,
uhero she has resided the last Ihr-'O
years. The funeral was hold from iho
i5pui''Dunlapi Undertaking parlors. In
terment was made In tho Taconn
cemetery. She Is survived by fivo
sons: P. A. Noble and K. U, Noul.i vir
Pnyallup, Wash.; 1). Noble of Mople,
Wash.; (i. K. Noble of Tacoinu, Wash.,
mU J. 11. Noble or Portland, and by
four daughters, Mrs. Nora Miller, of
White Ulvor plant, Mrs. 11. Hill, of
Toppenlsh, Wash., Mtb, Kthel Rich of
Vukhnu, Wash,, ami 'Mrs. l.ohnuumn
of Seattle, Wash, Mrs. Noble, with
her husband and family, was a resi.
dent of this place a number of yeai'H.
Sho was C4 yours of uge. Mr, and Mrs,
Miller of this place attended the fu
neral. Pe'te'and Will Hull left Friday for
Seattle where they have obtalrfod em
, ploy meat.
(Continued From Pao 1.)
nnrl enmn finflntt (n rtffant Ite ofonf ? I J N E MPLO V M ENT DOESN'T
! Harding is said by administration
! authorities to hold this iriatter of
Thoreare too many inUiat league, reducing prices to the consumer as of
- i rust importance in tne list or reme-
,i i,.,iin m, into the army nnd every bnrracks saw
HIT "WOMEN HARD BLOW value of which, was approximately reeu men taking their Hist mintnrj
...... ..... 1 ...l.nn tt .1111
. iSliUU, Willi UO lusur.iuue, nucu m.
nv. Tinitod Xcwa deslrovcd the Odd Fellows hall In
CHICAGO, April 13 Women in 1914. within a short time this lo3s (WESUERVILLE, Ohio, April 13.-
UHiUAiiU, April 10 women 111 1314. witnin a snori ume mis iu v iuuui wp --
hatiAi' um ,iti nf tliplr nionev for
f? ii', h W le8is atlon be wished asseJ j accordln m whIch R the flnest , and now they are lloliering toy
CHICAGO, 'April 13-Play on tho The remedies suggested by different, Mlgg aec of to eah"
t nnnnlmnnto r t H r n-ni'Q 'nrnnnl n l 1 " ' 1 -
uvjiu. " ik wmnnn'a irrirtn nn on leacne. Th'i Bett Bid Sitter
This Is the message from Judge has digested and some of them
Landls that ball players will carry appearing in his message Tuesday
in their minds when the season wju De added to from time to time,
It is indicated, until prices come
The Beit Bio Sliter
MAN KILLS SELF
The' dictator of the national sport ,,nwn
gave It on the eve on tho opening
games at tho "home-coming of the
Chicago Cubs. j , '
"I am a rookie in the game as far By united Press
as baseball is concerned," said Lah-; (SEATTLE, April 13. Arising at h
dls. o'clock in the morning, Ous Halbert,
"Never before in any field of ac-'gj went upStaIis, placed the muzzle
tivity has anything been scrutinized ofa ;8 cajuer revolver in his mouth
... . . . .. Hi 1 a.
and nulled the trigger. His wife
as will our activity oe scruunizuu
this season. We know why this is
going to be without going over a
"If a player Is caught napping at
first, it he muffs a ball, there will
be winks of the eye in the stands
and whisperings 'I told you so.'
"Wo will tolerate that only for
a short time and the characteristic
spirit of fair play will kill thai
Pennant Race Predictions
By Henry L. Farrell
(United Press Stuff Correspondent)
National League 1 New York, 2
Pittsburgh, 3 Brooklyn, 4 Chicago,
5 St. Louis, G Cincinnati, 7 Boston,
American League 1 Cleveland, 2
New York, 3 St. Louis, ' 4 Washing
ton, 5 Philadelphia, 6 Detroit, 7 Chi
cago, 8 Boston.
heard the report and found him dead.
Ho had been despondent for several
The Best Big Sliter
SELLS WIFE'S PRESENTS
' TO GET DOPE," CHARGE
o By United Press
PORTLAND. April 13. Loren Hill,
'alleued 'drug adilict, is on trial charg-
fed with selling his wife's wedding
presents and clothing to secure money
to purchase "little powders of forget-fiflness"
To Hit Old Stride.
By Rev. W. A. Sunday
(Written for United Press)
CINCINNATI, O., April 13 Tho
clouds In the baseball and business
world are clearing up. The Monroe
doctrine is still on the map and
Judge Landls as chief umpire will
see that the game is played fair. His
appointment to that responsible po
sition served notice on tho gamblers
that they must keep their hands off
Tho players, nmnngers, tin? press
and tho public all seem to. have got
ten a new stock of enthusiasm and
confidence has been restored in the
gtoal national pasttlme. God reigns,
'Harding is president, tho grandstand
and tho bleachers" will be filled with
cheering music and we will hit the
The Beit Bio Sliter
(Continued X"roiii Pfjje 1.)
the public, informed on production
costs, nuuket needs and other data
which penults them, through mutual
understandings, to regulate their
supplies according to demand and
thus maintain a higher lovol of
prices than would otherwise exist.
Harding has been urged by some of
his advisers to take some action on
those association's, alleged to be op
erating in opposition to the spirit of
tho Shorman anti-trust law, and said
to bo Influences of fighting the ci
operation buying movement.
Another Influence, continued exist
enco and operation of certain monop
olies, particularly in building mate
rials, already has been warned by.
tho department of Justice.
Still another olemont keeping up
the prices to consumers is found in
organizations outside the country
fontrolllnu commodities needed .In
prices by a Cuban monopoly Is point
td to In leports to Harding as re
quiring cognizance of this government
-The Best Big Slster-
ALLEGED 300ZE RUNNER
ACQUITTED BY JURY
By United Press
SEATTLE, April 13. John Barrett,
Canadian, was today acquitted of
booze running charges by a federal
cqurt jury. Barrett was alleged to have
owned a cargo of whiskey brought to
Seattle by the Canadian launch, Can
ada II, seized by the American coast
guard. Barret faces another federal
liquor chargo here.
The Beit Big Sliter
DICE OR OIL IS BIG
QUESTION AT TRIAL
Furthermore, they are accepting less
wage cuts. , '
Miss Haney attributes these facts
tn two reasons: First, feminine la- .1-'J--i-.zz.- i ' ii..r,.
.. permitted tue iieguiniuuuo iu iuwhoic j
(Continued From Page 1.)
William "Pussyfoot" Johnson, Amer
ican prohibition advocate, gave this
explanation of the cause of the gen
eral labor strike in England.
"The drink question is back of it,
bor is cheaper and; second women wUh p,nng for meet,ng the emergency. he charged. "With but few exceptions,
are more "inaepenuent in tneu jous preparefl t0 care tor ( BrUJgh ,Rbor ,ca(lers are dry but
''"ErnXers find when they Starr their unemployed and tke government. potg ln tlie rank and file are ,-et
trimming that their high priced help X" . - , uuu uc,uuU
. - . Hor 1 . .
are men," she said. "And so the
men go first. Either that or their volunteers for service in
pay is reduced. Women, however, the vital industries continued to fill
won't take wage cuts as a rule. In- rapidly. More recruits were .taken
variably they have no dependents 1
-The Beit Big Sliter
Taxi Mayfleld'i Taxi
Telephone main 5021.
and usually they are working for
less than men. receive for the same
work and employers recognizing this
fact, do not disturb them."
The Beit Cig Sliter
HISTORY OF LOCAL
Home of Superfeatures
By United Press
LOS ANGELES, April 13 "See
these little cubes? We roll 'em on the
table and I win," testified "Count"
Albert Sichcorski, self-styled Polish
nobleman, on trial today for embez
zlement Of $7,000 from Doctors O.
M. Justice and S. Levin. The physi
cians, however, dclared that worth
less oil stock and not the festive
dice was tho means by which Slch
ofsky wheedled them out of their mon-
The Beit Big Sliter
FOUR KILLED, FIVE. HURT
IN ENGINE-AUTO CRASH
,' By United Press
CINCINNATI, April 13. Two :uea
and two women wero killed anU five
persons Injured today when a switch
engine struck an automobile contain
ing 10 persons. The sinrfsh occurred
at Covington, Ky., across the river
The Beit Big Sliter
BABY GETS NEW SET
OF PARENTS IN COURT
By United Press
CLEVBlAND, April 13. Three
months old Doris Lembach.has anew
mother and father. Michael Lembach
and his wife appeared bepro iho pro
bato court today and told the judge
that they wished to give tho baby to
John Moredltn and his wife, who ac
companied them. Lembach U unem
ployed and could not properly c.'.ra for
tho little ono, he said.
Tho judge entered a decree making
tals country. .Manipulation of sugar 'legal the chango in. ownership aad the
Merediths paid 3.50 court eosU Doris
Lembach today becamo Clara Mere,
(Continued From Page 1.)
dent of the Rebekah assembly ofx)
Oregon, Grace Laurie and Helen
Menley of 'Portland; Mrs. C. L. Hels-(
ler and 'Mr. C. S. Magee of Dufur,
and the degree staff of tho Dufur
Rebekah lodge. (
Thy charter members of the local .
Rebekah organization wero Mary L.
Ward', Lulu D. Crandall, Elyina Niel- (
sen, Lena Cominl, Ursula Ruch, M.
A. Lyle, Rebecca Wilson, Anna
Blakeney, Emma L. Doane, Mary
Learned, Susan L. Phillips, Almlra
Burgett, Belle C. Ferguson, Bertna
Butts, Anna Rawson, Christine Phir
man, Minnie Gosser, Georgia Samp
son, Jessie Fischer, Alice Lyle, Car- 3
rie St. John; Messrs. T. A. Ward.i
O. D. Doane, W. H. Butts, John Ray.jj
W. H. Learned, H. A. Bill, D. Siddall, ;
H. Clough, C. U Phillips, C. J. Cran t
dall, J. H. Blakeney, Paul K. Paul-i
sen, E. A. Learned, G. A. Phlrmau. i
George Ruch nnd L. Comini. i
Of this number Sirs. Mary Ward.i
Mrs. Lulu D. Crandall and Dr. O. D.
Doane are the only ones in tho order
at the present time. From" that tlnnii
to the present time 572 members
hnve been admitted. From -this num
ber 328 haye bpen dropped or grant
ed withdrawal cards, leaving 241
The Rebekahs lost all their rec-
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