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THE DALLES DAILY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1921.
Daughter Born'lioin Tuesday to
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ilalley, a 10i
Licensed to jWed A m.nrlaso li
cense was icsudthls mornins to Kit
geno A. Hall,, l5,vand Iva .".lay Lan
caster, bjf 't-anclpoint, Ida.
Duys Store-CJi -13. Kendall has pur
chased tho''"Cozy Corner" confection
ery ntorcfi'ht 100S Union street from
P. C. Pbctteplaco.'' Mr. Kendall took
ponser sion Wcdneudny.
Physlcian Locates Here Dr. C. Jl.
Day, formerly of Pendleton, has taken
up- residence-In The Dalles. He will
practice in partnership with Dr. E. H.
byda. Dr. Day is an osteopathic phy
sician, , f
University Students Home Harry
Mayer, University of Oicr.on student,
who returned this week from Eugene
for lib vacation, left this morning for
Dluo Mountain Hot Springs, near
Maker, wherfAho will play ifith an
ori'hfr.'i'aUiirtng' tho slimmer. Ho will
reenter, university in his junior
j'par nW full. His sister, Miss Helen
Major.,' xw lut H In the same class -si t
the university, returned with him, and
rliij will-;. spend the summer in The
Indian's Ubdy Found Tho flooded
C luuiljhi ri-j claimed one human
tk i in! ygJjujiiu is known The swol
len ll(,d'$J a ynuni? Jndian, appar-t-ti'ly
' ah'ijuf -K .years old, was yes
ti'id.'yiU'iij'oon round floating in
sin j d(W?n...iUiiy (ltimcc below Ce
lllt( Iritis'. ."T'oiotitjr V. N Hurget bo
IIV(';4 i'tlifif tl'"e bddy has betn dead
- I'riV, 'sAiifu'.; fim'f. The Indian will bo
8iv'nYi'fJvfi6unCy burial in .the Odd
fVIIwit;fHHHiiiii;ry. ii is thought that
hi' was drowned furl her up the rivor
wlii'ii- tln'-i'lond wits- at lis crest, the
t(.dy flonlinn down until caught in
Hip eddy m" which it was found.
Catherine Champion Saleswoman
As a si'lhir vf 0iiiniuniiy Service
stock; ''(tlnjrjiit'j West, -the pru-ti-clmiiikmSlftMuftMt-.
and .Mrs. T. II.
.West, Is (U.cidfJly :i live wire, at;
cording to' 11. T Aibury, Commun
ity Sprviije director Aibury offered
u prize d t)o'fj'ii-. or hoy turning in
. the hirsest number of subscriptions
received, from tho sale of Commun
ity Stn k'c (lock. ' This prize was
won by Catherine, hands down. Al
together, she sold more than; $50
worth of stwck, Uio most of iivhich
Was in .25 and 50 ,centdonations.
To Meet WJth Commission The
Wnsco county court will confer with
.. tho state highway commission in
Portland Monday, at which time defi
nite planr for the construction of Tho
1, t .i
itvvfc..u uuije j. t, me
jjkissp" aniibiinccij vtiis morning, lol
. lowing a conference with Slatu High
way Commissionqr, V D. Marral.. who
stopped in The Dalles enrouto to his
home in Hoppner. Marratt expressed
himself t,as .being highly pleased with
the outcome of .the election, accord
ing to Judge Adkiss'on. The county
court will also take up the county
market, rpad , situation with the high
way commlssibn at. Monday's meeting.
Premature Fourth Celebrations
Chief of; Police Frank Heater is hav
ing tho usual trouble this year with
the younger -generation of The
Dalles, who wish to stage premature
celebrations of tho Fourth of July
by shooting off firecrackers and
other explosive contrivances offered
for sale by local merchants. The
Dalles lias city ordinances prohibit
In the shooting' oft of fireworks
inside the city limits, hut (he aver
age small boy has Hltlo regard far
city .ordinances, especially when lire
, crackers, are., temptingly offered for
sale by local merchants. Chief Heat
er bus announced that ho will pro
Secuie all persons cauoht sotting off
firo woiks In tho city. No law ap
plies to the shooting of llreworks
ouinide of the city limits, however
Two 'Automobiles Stolen With two
automobiles 3tolcn from the buslne.-s
streets of Tho Dalles in broad d.iv
light during this week and neither
recovenvl' a$ S'.eV the polico are be
SlnningMo wonder' if ;here i.i any pos
sibility of an organlzod ring of auto
mobile 'thieves operating In The
Dulles. I'M Men ifield yesterday report
ed bis Chevrolet 'automobile stolen
from where I: had been parked at the
curb on Washington street, near Shr
oud. TIih day previous, an automobile
owned by John Wern'niark was stoieu
from whoro it wa3 parked b;- tho cur'j
noar Court and Second streot-. Ma.-
"rit'ield today sworo out a "John Doo '
-Jwnirant in the justice court for the ar-
'ost of the automobile hief or thieves
City Maps for Tourists A map oi
The Dalles, show'lng ajl hotels, ga
rages, tho postofflco, auto cam.i
jjroundg, east, and went ontruncts of
tho Columbia River highway, entrants
of Tho Dalles California highway and
all streeU In the city, Is being pre
pared by Socrotary K. F. Van tit-hoick
of Tho DaJhos-Wnaco County Chamber
of Commerce. Tho map will bo for dU
trlbution by the various store t tin!
'garages to tourists. It u Intfrestm?
to noto that Uio croeU running through
.the auto park 'is named Qut-noit
creek upon tho new map. Thl- Is J'-,
line with the docUlon of chamber di
rectors to adopt-tho use of the name
Quenott creek Instead of Mill creek,
yuenett is tho true name of th c-iee
having been given by Lewis and ( la' it
upon their voyage down tho Columbia
Chautauqiia Leaders Will Meet For
the purposolof maUng final arrange
ments for the staging of the coming
chautuunuu. festival, members of the
executive board and guarantors will
fialles . 'California, highway v
meet tonight in the office of the
Crandall Undertaking company, ac
cording to Mrs. Lulu D. Crandall,
chairman of the board. Plans for the
leceptlon of Congressman Henry T.
Ralney, who will be here July In
connect inn with the chnutauqua. wlii
also be woikod out at tonight's meet
ing. Ralney has served In conrre33
for IS years and during the war pc
i loci wan the ranking democrat of thcj
house ways and means committee. Tin
following persons ate members of the
Chautauqua executive board: Mrs. Lu
lu D. Crandall, John Uavln, 10, .
Fitzwater, -Mrs. P. J. S:adclman and
Miss Knima Clausen.
Cattle and Alfalfa Cause Su t An
alfalfa field and a herd of cattle got
together yesterday, with astonishing
results. The alfalfa field belongs to
(J. Sequl and the cattle to J. O.
Foster. Scqui found the cAltle busily
engaged in securing nourishment
from his alfalfa, and proceeded to
hold the cattle for damages, accord
ing to information given iProsecut
Ing Attorney F. V. Galloway. When
Foster attempted lo get the cattle
back, Scqui is said to have resorted
to the persuasive influence of a gun.l
according lo Galloway. Foster then!
! swero out a warrant charging as
I sault in tho justice court. Learning
that criminal prosecution would not
i help him to get his cattle back, he i
I this morning dropped the justice
'court charge and filed suit In the I
circuit court to lecover the cattle I
In the complaint h: charges that I
Sequl "unlawfully took possession of
the herd of cattle, valued at $1SI)0.
'lo asks either the return of the
entile- or ?1S00 and .$750 damages.
Youth Sent to Reformatory Near
I' mn m. ,n(hs after he was arrest
ed, Frank Mailer. 17 years old, was
today brought lo trial in the county
com l upon a chargi of grand lar
cenv Mutler wa3 arrested last win
ter following; the liHdup in' tho G!cn
wood hotel, lleenuse of his youth,
i lie case cfluld not .be tried in the
ci.cuit court, where Joo Rose and
Hi nry Willis, the" other tvi hlgh
waymen, were convicted anil given
linden sentences. liocause of the
ciuwded condition of the state re
lormatoiy, he could not at that time
b- sent there, and the county was
accordingly faced with tho propo
sition of either turning the young
bandit loose or holding him in the
county jail until such a time as there
was a place for, him in the state
reformatory. Tho latter course was
decided upon! County Judge .1. T.
Adkisson today sentenced Mtttler to
the state reformatory until he is 21
My wile calls me key hole because
1 am something to adore. 25
The United Artisans will have. a pic
nic Sunday Juno 2G, at the W. II. Wil
son place on Chenowith creek. Ath
sans, their families, and friends are
welcome. Mring your Idncb. Lun'cK
will be sprcau at l o ciock, -o
Satuiday evening; .luno 25, the Rev.
1). Dradner of New York will addre. s
tho congregation of St. Paul's Episco
pal church a S o'clock. Dr. liradner
represents the department of religious
education of tho national council of
I ho Episcopal church. All tiro cordial
1 invited. 2rt
Seventh Day Adventlst
Services at the Seventh Day Art rea
list church, 500 East FourtoonHi
street are held regu'ltuly as follows:
Sabbath school at 9:45, preaching
at 11 a. in. and Young People's nice1'
ing at :? p. in. Saturday. Preaching
Sunday night at 7:30. Prayor and
missionaiy meeting Wednesday even
Ing at 7;0 The public is Invited fn
attend the.io meetings. Elder P. W.
Province, pastor. Personal address,
420 East Fourteenth street.
The LITTLE House
Friday and Saturday
I ONLY KNEW
m Bsdon BALZAC'S
Who known what may
follow the kiss of cal
Sunday and Monday
"MOTHER O' MINE"
Mrs. Roy Maker of Grass Valley
was shopping In tho clly yesterday.
R. J. Irvine of Goldendalo Is stajing
at the Dank hotel.
.1. Abbott of Mntipln Is In thi3 city
today nttosidlng to business matters.
M. S. Harper of Milton Is a guo3t at
,1. C. Smith of Dufur Is In Tho
Dr. T. K. Griffith f Hum r is stay
ing at Hotel Dalles.
Mr. and Mrs. 15. P. Jack of Mend are
visitors In this, city today.
E. P. Rich of Wasco was a busi
ness visitor in the city Thursday.
R. L. Hon ley of Trout Lake, is a
guest at Hotel Dalles.
D. 1). Allen of Mend is in The Halloa
today attending to business mattes.
Waller MacPhcrsnn of Antelope Is
a business visitor in this city today.
C. 9. Royal of Moro Is registered
tit tho Mank hotel.
J. E. Kestner of Tygh Valley is. at
tending to business matters in The
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kuks of Grass
Valley are business visitors in The
Mrs. I. R. Robinson of Mecca.
Ore., was shopping in Tho Dalles
Miss Kdilh Robinson of Columbus,
Wash., was a"" shopper here Thu;
Mrs. J. W. doss of Portland is vis
Ring her daughter, Mrs. Carlton P.
J. R. Wolfskin of La Grande Is a
guest at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Kindred.
John Ilyrkas of Centervillo was
a business visitor In the city yes
Mr, and Mrs. W. S. Fields or Was
co were shopping in the city yes
terday. Mr. ami Mrs. W. S. Roush of Gold
endale were shopping in the city yes
,Mr. and Mrs. John Donaldson of
Maupin are, i, hopping in The Dalles to
day. Miss Mtirion Lay. who has been
a student at the University of Ore
g The Best In
tf Drug Store
B Service S
B SERVICE DRUG STORE jl&
Ol 2 Doors West Parlor Grocery PwH
pLJl Prescription Specialists fm
YOUR BANK AND YOU
Your bank should bo able to meet all your ikjciIb In money
matters. Moio than that, you want SERVICE Iroin your bunk
that Is moro than just satisfactory.
Hero (It thu CITIZENS NATIONAL HANK, wo lako u
friendly Intorest in your hiiccopb and offer at all timoa flnuri'
cial mildanco In your plann ami InveKtmiiiit.i.
Wo try to mnko each of your visits a pleairuio, ho that,
you will fool at home.
Como hero often-wo aro glud lo hco you any time
4 Per Cent Interest Paid On Savings Accounts.
Citizens National Bank
Telephone Main 3101
P. J. Stadelman, President,
Dr. J, A. Ileuter, Vlce-I'rea.
U. E. Greene, Cashier
J. F. Tureck, Ata't Cannier.
gon, during Iho past year, has re
turned to her homo in tho clly.
Miss Lenore Cram of Hood River
Is visiting at the E. M. Willlai.vj
A. W. Whlsnant, editor of the Mend
Press, Is a bttslno.-.s visitor In Tho
Mrs. A. M. Tillson and daughter,
Anna, of Grass Valley, tiro visilln.1;
with friends In Thy Dalies.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crawford ol
Walla Walla are visit ing with friends
In this city today.
Mr. And 'Mrs. W. Slattr, of Echo are
visiting in The Dalles at the homes rf
Lawience 'Malcolm and X. lCHett for
a few weeks.
Elmer Kerns of Portland is vlsitln ;
in Tho Dalles with his sister, Mrs. L.
M. Ward. Kerns was formerly a test
dent of this city.
Mrs. V. C. Kelly, who was former
ly Wilma Stacey, is In the city with
her baby daughter Colleen, visit ing
at the home' of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Stacey. Mrs. Kelly, who
now realties in California, will prob-
ihly remain in Tho Dalles lor two
'Men's1 and boys' canvas, Icathev
trliiuncd Kliugtito Kcds. F. A. Froncn,
opposite city hall. 25
Foul auto, licen-e Xo. OGIO-i, engltu
Xo. 1SS11S1. Xollfy John iWernmark
Thu Dalles. i
MANHATTEN THEATER MAY
BECOME CLOTHING FACTORY
Uy United News
LONDON, June 21. Tho Mnnhnt
tan , opera house, which became
famous under the direction of the
late Oscar Ilammcisttin, may be
come a clothing factory. It was bid
in at $145,000 at auction Wednesday
by naiiinicrstein's daughters, who
are reported to have arranged to
sell It to a clothing manufacturer,
Main tlUOl Bonnet: Taxi Main 01. tl
of hidies' and children's hats at salu
prices. Mlack's Millinery, 115 East
Second street. 27
SUMMER TERM AT U. QF O.
OPEN WITH BIG ENROLLMENT
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. EU
GENE, Juno 2-1. The six weeks' sum
mer term of the University of Ore
gon started hero Wednesday wilh
many students in attendance from all
over tho state. Superintendents, prin-
P. J. Stadelman.
Dr. J. A. Keuter
Dr, U. C. Ollngec
H. L. Kuck
J. O. Helmrlcb
J. J. Vgi Dellen
olpala, high school teachers and others i reatL for i-tudeii'r UiU morning and
who llnd dli.tinct opportunity In sum-!clas.e.i will ber.in tourorrow morning,
mer study are registering today for; The University summer term la Port
thclr courses. As commencement we-1 kind bes.m la-t Monduv '
held only on Juno 20, the faculty no'
moro than flniihed grading Hie nutl'i stiuctoi - thw n'mnur are Dr S. O Ur.li, geology, history, library methods
tude of examination papers before he- Hart well, stun rln'en Vnt t f r h.iols at i mathematics, music, physical educa
ginning summer classes, but In i'i- St Pnut, Minnesota, ;.n 1 D: Horace I Hon, physics, psychology, public speak
of the brief interim everything was j . Eit m pre les or of Fr II h l.tera- lir;, French, Spanish and sociology.
.5 . .
REPORT FOR WORK SATURDAY MORNING AT 7 O'CLOCK
UBBY, McNEiL & LIBBY
tea isa mt
Ki ia hi liva
ia w m
well-l 'iown c: s'ern In-
EVERY cent you spend
over the price of Calumet
might as well be thrown away.
You don't get a thing for it. You
can'tget greater leavening strength
or greater purity than are offered
It is made inthe world's
largest, best equipped and most
sanitary Baking Powder Factories.
Contains only such ingredi
ents as have been officially endorsed
by the U. S. Food Authorities.
No matter what you pay you
can't secure as much in sound t ak
ing powder quality.
On the other hand you can
buy a cheaper baking powder
a little lower in price than Calumet
and much lower in merit. That's
the worst kind of false economy.
Calumet never fails. Every baking is
perfectly raised sweet, even and tasty.
Used by millions of housewives and is
the largest selling brand in the world.
A pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders come in
12 oz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be
sure you get a pound when you want it.
A O iVI
fJIVE HER A TREAT
limitf hoi lo oiip postauranL and invite hep
lo try our vStrawhoi ry Shortcako. Slio will tell
you it's one of tho finest dishes she's ever tast
ed. Prepared in a dainty, ta.sty way by our
Try One of Oar HIV Noon-Day Luncheons
or AI'ler-lho-Tli(.'a(er Suppers
liLACK & WHITE RESTAURANT
Corner Second and Court
m isa m m m m
Sunday, June 26
GAiME CALLED AT O'CLOCK
OLD 13 ALL GROUNDS
ture In Syracuse University, New
A largo number of courses arc be
ing given In art and bacteriology
chemistry, economics, education, Eng-
1 cup of white flour,
1 cup Graham flour,
1 tablespoon sugar,
3 level teaspoons
Powder, 1 teaspoon
salt, 1 cup of milk,
1 egg well beaten, 1
butter. Then mix ia
the regular way. '