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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1921)
- PUNNING REUNION
VA3HINOON, Jno 1. Three
years tro'm the day on which the 1
Second division wiested Ihn role or
thp offensive from the German high
command, ami tnrew us onv umu
line , across the Paris-Mel;: highway,
mim from all the units who won
glory ' In the Chateau Thierry sector
arid barred the road to Paris, will
meet In a tliree days' reimlon at
the present home of the Spcond di
vision; Camp Travis, Texas, on the
outskirts of hospitable San Antonio,
"it was on June C, 1918, that the
nl'arinfi brigade went over the top
at the zero hour of five in the
afternoon. On its right the Oth and
23rd. of the third brigade held the
line, fhaflng there until lis turn
came for the brilliant capture of
Vuux three weeks later. In the
rear the 12th, 15th and 17th artil
lery regiments were hurrying Into
position, and the trains of the divi
sion were already evacuating the
'Wounded or hurrying supplies up to
the firing line. That night the 5th
and Cth marines, with gallant aid of
the 2nd, Englneerr, had won an Inex
orable noli on Belleau Wood and cap
tured Bouresche?, and the 1st Field
Signal battalion had accomplished
miracles in conn cling the forward
battalions with the reglmentnl and
brigade headquarters in the hack
country, and not so far back at that.
The country thrilled to Ihe dramatic
news of those days In June, and down
iri Camp Travis they will fight it all
over again, in peaceful surroundings.
.Major General James . Hurbord, re
Ceptly appointed aushtnnt chief ol
staff to Pen blag, who commanded
ihe fourth brigade in those days and
later led the second in Die Solssons
.Offensive, has made elaborate "plan
for ,the veterans of the old Indian
, Qr June C, the assignment to billets
will begin the reunion. The present
Second will ' pass in review before
the veterans and a theatrical program
will complete tho day. On the 7 Hi all
branpbes of the troops will stage a
reproduction of the light tor Blnn"
.Mont Ridge which the Second, with
Ooiiraud's pollus, carried In October
and freed Ihe Gorman pressure on
.; The final day, the 8th, will begin
with memorial services for the RF.OII
ideAd of the Second division, Major
General' John 'A. Lejeune, command
ant'oMbe marine corpr and president
of-;jlJo -'Second Division association,
will .prealdc at the annual buMne-."
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Cj&rfjSnpirJVj .'lily , 31. Mlrta, Neva
.PrMdnV'IlH: Mtlng1 her graildmuinei
lti.hitiiilrt ""Wniliiii v
Mff, and Mja, chr-ator Hill hut Sun
jnfyj'for Kdgrne, to utinnd Hie Stat'
Cr-tingft rtwcHng. Thc;y went over li
iilfhway.. ' .
( A number' 'fidm horo attended the
WSant. at Tha Dalles VrMuy.
.';JWoird wa.i received Friday that the
coadlllnn of V,is, Artie llarrimau vui
B&!6lhd will, ltoliuld, and OrVlt;
came up l&Um'dV
"flAi'lil b'ltni MvMt.utWh ....itfu.'.u' A.'n
. 1 .." I'. ... .111111(1
. Pasteurized Milk and Cream
. The hot weather is coining along. How nuicji
is it worth to you at this time to know Unit the
milk you are drinking is pure and sweet and will
keep? How much is it worth to know that thu
milk your hahies are drinking is clean and pure
' 'i'ho Norman Cream company is catering to just
such conditions. The public is cordially invited to
inspect our plant, AT ANY TIME, to see that the
, ih;ivy products are handled in the most modern and
, solitary manner. "
Reduction In Prices
In. .keeping with I ho-downward tnuid ol' living
cost:" our prices, cllVctive 1, are as i'ohows:
. One. quart a day, per
One (Jlui a A.tv pi-
,')eliyeloil ,vim 'vhen
' K) K.iftl y.'iiOlul ljuvv't
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critical and grave fenra for her re
covery wern entertained.
Mm. Henry Vnger was a guest of
friends In The Dnllen last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Darnlelle nnd
child! en, Mr. and Mm. Dick Darnlelle
and children, r-nd Mt. anil Mrs. V.
Darnlelle and family were guests of
the homo folic Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Angell entertain
ed at dinner Sunday the following per
sons: Mr. and Mrs. Hr.y Angell and
daughter, Eva, Mrs. Koj Campbell and
children, 'Mrs. Ilert Campbell, Mr. anil
'.Mrs. Nel.xon Huett anil sons, Ronald
and Donald, Mr. and Mm. Cooper and
children and Orvlllu Angell.
Mrs. George MaSquarl was 111 sever,
al days last week and went to The
Dalles Sunday for medical treatment
Donald Heborleln, while playlm
ball last week, suffered a serious fra'
.tiro of his m)re, Me was brought lr.
Dufur for treatment.
167 TO U- GRADUATED
FROM STATE UNIVERSITY
UNIVErtSITY OF OKEGON. I'M
gene, June 1. On the. twentieth of
lune, 107 students will be graduated
from the University of Oregon.
This Is the largest of the 43 gradu
ating classes turned out by the
01' those graduating, 120 will re
ceive the degree of bachelor of arts,
24 bachelor of scienee, four bachelor
cf scitmco In education, 13 bachelor
of busslness administration, one
br.chelor of music and five bachelor
The commencement address will
pe given by Edgar P.. Piper, editor ol
The baccalaureate address will be
given by Virgil Johnson, ol the
class of '00, who Is now general
secretary or the Nallcual Associa
tion of 'travelers' Aid Societies with
headquarters In New York.
AT SUMMER SCHOOL
Hy IJhltfd Press
BLOOM1NGTON, lnd June 1.
Future Pop Wnrnets and I'oicy
llaughtons will be inolikd at the
Indiana University school for
coaches here this summer. Each
yer.r the school Is held lor hieli
jchool or college teachei.", who whli
A New Back for an Old One How
a The Dalles Resident Made a
Bad Back Strong.
The buck aches al times with a
dull Indescribable feeling, inakl'i"
you weary and. rest leas', plurclng
pains shoot across thu region of the
kidneys, and again the loins ate .h;i
lamu thut to stoop Is agony. No use
to rub or. apply. a plaster to thu back
If the kidneys ure weak. You chu
not reach the cause., follow the x
ample of this The Dalles citizen.
' Mis. Oscar Kmoi'y, 1308 Jackson
;j5t,.i says: "I can recommend Doan'
Kidney Plllu rrom e,xperioncu. Mv
'tldneys woie weak lind I had no
energy and becauie run down. I
felt dull arid my back ached a great
luill of the. tliue. My kidneys worn
iregulur In acllon. I road of Doutt't
kidney Plllu nnd used them hi dl
reeled. They wero Just what I need
d and soon rid mo if the tired, rut
lown feeling. They also relieved tin
.ackuehes anil other signs of kid
Prlcu OOe, u all deilers. Ilin't Him
dy uuk for a kidney rented M't
loan's Kidney Villa thu tutmn that
Irs. Einerv hud. Filler Mllburn
, r Mfia.. Buffalo. N. Y
month . . .
",'Uliin Die tit' limits
to give their students fhe benefits
of specialized coaching. N'enrly 400
were enrolled in the school last
Regular university credits are
given students taking the courses
In baseball, football, basketball,
track, wrestling, tennis, golf, swim
ming and other sports. Seventeen
physical education courses will be
given this yenr. Most of thein are
open to both men nnd women.
A course In the theory and prac
tice of basketball and baseball is in
cluded In, the courses for worn- n.
Typing and Stenography w
done at reasonable rates. Kosina A
Fleck. Office Hotel Dalles. Ree,
donee phone red 2332. ti
Jot ice For Purchase of Cord and Slab
Notice is hereby given that school
Soaril of district number 12, Wasco
iounty, Oregon, will receive sealed
bids for furnishing the following lots
of four font cord wood. Fir or pine
must, be first grade, made or lare
limber. Oak must bo second growth,
not less than four Inches, no more
than eight Inches in diameter. De
liveries must be completed on or be
fore August 'l, 1921.
High school, S cords slab wood.
Whlltli r, pine or fir, GO cords; oak.
East Hill, slab wood. 5 cords.
West End, pine or fir, 20 cords.
Thompson's Addition, pine or fir
'AD coids; oak, 10 cords.
Hlds must be presented on or before
I Paid Adv.)
DAILY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY,
June 9th, 1921. The board reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
By order of bontd of school district
Attest: Prudence M. Patterson, clerk.
Brown'' Outur 5ug Time TaDle
Two round trips dally. Leae Hauk
hotel, 9. a. m. and 4 p. in. Leave
Dufur 7:30 a. rn. and 1 p. m. tt
(From The Chronicle, June 1, 1896.)
fidllor Chronicled -Tho following Is
the report of the Stimuli: Ridge school
lor the monlih beginning May 4 and
closing May 29. Those who have not
been absent nor lardy and excellent
in deportment during the inonlh are:
Jajnes M. Clausen, Cora Clausen, E'J
nah Clausen, Otto Clausen, Anna
Ramus and 'Nettle Ramus. Visitors,
.Mrs. Pell, Hattle Sternweif, Washing
ton Slernwcis and Jessie Sml.h.
MAUD PEARODY, teacher.
The election yestordaj indlcales n
larger vote than was ever before poll
ed in The Dalles. The returns show an
excesr of 172 voles over Ihe ihly.hr t
number ever belore polled.
A delegation of young folks wen
to Wnsco this morning to attend the
district convention of the Ep worth
league, eomprlclng a territory be
tween Goldendale and Prlnevllle anil
Heppnor to the Cascades. Those who
left here were: Edith Randa'l, Nellie
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Our information ia that it is sponsored by Mark A. Mayer, a Portland Capitalist.
A search of .he registration lists of Wasco county fails to show. Mark A.. Mayor, as
a, registered voter, but he is registered in Multnomah county as a Capitalist with
residence at the Benson Ho'tel, , .
Why waa this "information" supposedly so vital to Wasco county voters, tf
Hood River to he printed and then brought to The Dalles for mailing?
Mark A. Mayer did on April 21st last, make a proposition that if .tlie C aunty Court
of "Wasco county would give Mosier luuf of the Market Road Appropriation for 1922
and 1923 he would promise to deliver 80 of the Mosier Vote FOR the bond issue
if NOT his threat was 100 against..
Can the vote of the people of Mosier or this'county be handled in any such manner-?
Needless to say His proposition was turned down.
Mark A. Mayer, the Portland Capitalist, made no complaint on "Oppressive Taxation"
when the Columbia River highway traveled ONE MILE of his orchard property
2 miles east of Mosier at a cost to the state of. approximately $475,000 for the fiye
miles from the Hood River county line through his property. , (
Who are the "Favored Few" Mark A. Mayer, who will have a paved highway for
one mile through his property, or the thousands of Wasco County Farmer and
Fruit growers who are asking for a passable road tho year round to market their
produce? 1 ' '
The Farmers and Business Men of Wasco County most emphatically refuse, to be
lieve that the 0000 voters of the county will be hoodwinked bv any such senseless
twaddle as put, out by the so-callfd "Citizens Welfare League of Wasco County."
BOND ISSUE COMMITTEE
The Dalles-Wasco Goiinty
JUNE 1, 1921.
Sylvester. Mr.bel Rlddell, Ethel Dem
Ing, Ed 'Hill and John Thomas.
Heavy Meat Eaters
Have Slow Kidneys
Eat Lees M?at If You Fe I Back
Achy or Have Bladder
No man or wonian who eats meal
regularly can make a mistake by
flushing the kidneys occasionally,
says a well-known authority. Miat,
forms uric acid which' excites tile
kidneys, they become overworked
from the strain, get sluggish, mid fail
to filter lite waste and poisons from
the blood, then wo get sick Nenrly
all rheumatism, lumdacheB, liver
trouble, nervousness, dizziness, nleep
lessness and urinary dlsoiders c m.;
from sluggish kidneys.: v
The momunt yon feel aNd'ill ache.
In the kidneys or vour back huris
or If the urine Is cloudy, offensive,
full of sediment, Irregular of' passage
or attended hy a sensation of scald
ing, stop eating meat and get about
f.ittt ounces of Jad Salts fiotn any
pharmacy; take a tableapoonfu) In
a glass of water before breakfast
and in a few days your kidneys will
act fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acfd of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with llthla, and has
The Utile House with the BIP PicjureJ
"The Freeze Out"
Chahibfcr of Commerce,
II. a RICE, Chairman. -
been used for generations to flush
and stimulate the kidneys, also to.
neutrallie the acids in urine so It
no longer causes irritation, thus end
ing bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is InsxepHslve and can'
not Injure; make a delightful Ef
fervescent ltthia-water drink which
everyone should taka now and thqn
to keep the kidneys clean' and active
and the blood pure, thereby avoid-,
ing serious kidney complications.
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