East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 22, 1915, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Image 1

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    DAILY EVEIIMITIO:!
Forecast for Eastern (rr"0 by lb
toltrJ States Wcatfher OlsmMe
a4 Portland,
DAILY EVEISIIIG EMOH
o n
TO AJD V ERTIS ERS.
The Rut Orrfanlu tu the largest paid
clrculttloo o( any paper in Oregon, east of
t'ortland, aul ovr twice tu tlrculaUuo la
I'aouleton ol' any other newapaptr.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
VOL. 27
PROGRAM IS ALL
ARRANGED TODAY
FOR CEREMONIES
Cornerstone of Pendleton's New
Federal Building Will be Laid at
4 O'clock This Afternoon.
F, A. MILLER CHIEF SPEAKER
Special Chorus I nuVr tho Direction ol
Frank 11. Hayes WIU IKrnL-li Mo
slo Masonic Lodgo Will Have
Charge of CciviuoiiIiu Will be
.Memorial Kcnt fur Uic City.
Pendleton's now 1100,000 federal
building, now under the course ot
construction, la this ufternoon having
1U cornerstone put In place with ap
propriate ceremonies The program,
as arranged ly the Pendleton lodge of
Masons, la scheduled to begin prompt,
ly at 4 o'clock, this hour having been
choaen In order to permit the achool
children to attend.
Frank A. Miller, grand mauler of
the Oregon Masonic order, arrived
laat evening and will be the princi
pal speaker. He will wield the trow
el which will fix the cornerstone In
Place. A apeclal ehorua, under the
direction of F. B. Hayea, will furnish
m u'slc.
Additional relics and mementoeit
ecured for plncement In the copper
receptacle Inside the cornerstone In
clude the following:
n. Alexander Letter addressed to
T. J. Tweedy, postmaster, with a card
of his own within with nam and
number of each Masonic and I 0. O
F. of which ha li a member.
Eureka Lodge, No. 82. I. O. O. F.
Constitution and By-laws.
Mrs. Ruth A. Strahorn Copy of
the Ulster County Gazette, dated Sat
urday, January 4, 1800. In memorial
of the death of George Washington
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph
Co. List of Pendleton subscribers.
Manuel Frledly Card with name.
Tee Lung Kee and Wah Ting
Chung The China Merchant News.
Tnllman & Co Letter containing
telegram, letters and clippings on the
N
J. Slnnott bill for thla building.
Mrs. James Smith Photo of Dr.
W.
C. McKay. Thoto of the wreath
of Grandma Townsend, mother of
Mrs. Aura Ttalcy, who was the mow
er of Pendleton.
Itetta E. Womhaugh Campaign
curd tor county coroner. i,
W. J. Clark One knife.
Nancy E. Despaln Sketch of vil
lage describing Pendleton and short
history of dry wheat lands.
Sayres, The Lnrilcs' Store Lette'
beads and business cards.
Order of tho Eastern Star Address
of Worthy Grand Matron, Jesse 8.
Vert, nt the 12th annual communica
tion of the Grand Chapter of Oregon.
Held In Portland, June 10, 1901, to
gether with badge of the Grand
Chapter, O. B. 8.
Daphne Circle Women of Wood
craft. Margaret Cronln, O. N. Con
stitution of Women of Woodcraft with
two badges of the order.
F. M. Oliver One penny, date 1952.
Supt. I. E. Young Sealed letter.
M. R. Yates Personal card and
by-laws of the Cattle and Horse Rals-
era'
nanelntlon
James T. Winter Card with name.
(Continued on page five.)
POSTAGE IS PREPAID
ON EAST OREGONIAN
ROUND-UP EDITIONS
in every respect the East Ore-
Ionian's Round-up editions
this yea will surpass all for-
mer efforts, which Is saying-
much. In the size of the paper
and In the character and num-
ber of Illustrations, laat year's
splendid record Will be surpass-
ed. At the same time the en-
tire show from start to finish
4 will be covered In thorough
fashion, thus giving an enter-
talnlng report on the eventa of
4 the three days' contests,
4 If you. have friends or rela-
tlvee who cannot attend the
4 Round-up yet whom you wish
to remember, order the Round-
up series sent to them. All you
4 need do la turn In the namea or
4 phone them to the East Orego-
nlnn business office. We do the
rest. The pries Is 26 cents for
4 the entire series, postage paid
by the paper.
DAILY
HI
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6 PERSONS LOSE
LIVES AS BLAST
CAUSES GAVE-III
Street Above New Seventh Avenue
Subway in New York Collapses,
Carrying all Down With it.
TWO-HUNDRED ARE INJURED
Surface far I Crushed Uke Paper
Street for Ix-nglli of Two lilock.
With All Il Traffic Kinks Out. of
Sight lwrliig the Busiest Hour of
tlic Morning,
NEW YORK. Sept. 22 Swallowed
up In ae canyon when the street
above the new Seventh Avenue sub
way suddenly opened, six persons
aboard a crowded surface car early
today lost their lives. Upwards of
200 passengers or pedestrians were
Injured.
The collapse of the street followed
a dynamite blast In the subway. Seventy-eight
persona were Jammed In
the surface car. which was bearing
them to their places of employment.
Suddenly the street beneath disap
peared for almost two blocks between
Twenty-third and Twenty-fifth
streets. Great timbers supporting the
street flooding of the subway snap
ped under the force of the blast
while the car, the street, and Its traf
fic sank slowly out of sight The ear
was telescoped like paper under the
weight of timbers and wreckage. The
passengers were hauled out through
the windows. Many were crushed.
Police and firemen effected ttie res
cues. Seventh avenue at 8 o'clock Is a
teeming path of humanity. Hundreds
of shopgirls, en route to work, were
hurled Into the pit but clambered out
screaming with terror. For a few
minutes the canyon w'as filled with
hysterical men and women, with fly
ing splinters and dust clouds. Police
and firemen rushed to the scene
where they were forced to club back
the crowd, gaping In horror over the
edge of the abyss.
The subway was under construc
constructlon and had not been place 1
in operation.
In an open letter today, W. W.
Harrah, prominent local farmer,'
warns farmers they are making a
mistake In consigning their wheat to
Portland for the reason the partial se
curing the wheat in this manner ara
able to use It and thus do not have
to buy wheat at present. Thus they
are able to bear the price and will
be able to do so In the future if tho
policy is continued.
Mr. Harrah's letter also deals with
middle west crop conditions and Is
as follows:
Pendleton, Ore., Sept. 22, 1915.
Editor East Oregonlan:
Your paper has taken a special In
terest In the wheat marketa of tha
world and translated the prices Into
readable terms this season.
I have just returned from a visit
HW TO BE
While here today for the purpose
of conducting the cornerstone cere
mony at the federal building Frank
A. Miller has called attention to the
subject of the local switching charge
increase which Is now before the pub
lic service commission of which he
Is a member.
The O.-W. R. & N. Co. has taken
action to Increase the switching
charges at The Dalles, Pendleton,
Athena and Milton. At Milton the In
crease proposed Is from 11. BO a car
to $4 while the Increase at other
points la also heavy.
Feeling such an Increase should not
W; if. mm SAYS FARMERS
-HE MISTAKE CONSIGNING
THEIR WHEAT TO PORTLAND
29TH OVER SWITCHING CHARGES
EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY,
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CHIHUAHUA IS TAKEN
BY CARRANZISTAS IN
SWEEPINGNORTHWARD
VILLA IS REPORTED RETREAT
ING TO JOIN FOROK8 OF
GEN. MAYTOHENA.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 The Car
ranzUtas have captured Chihuahua
In sweeping northward through Mex
ixo, according to official dispatches.
Villa's forces are fleeing to the
northern border of Chihuahua before
the Carranzlsta onslaught. Villa I
reported heading for Sonora to Join
the forces of General Maytorena.
DISTINGUISHED WRITER IS
HERE FOR THE ROUND-UP
ALBION SAWSON OF NEW YORK
IS AUTHOR OF WELL
KNOWN ESSAYS.
One of the distinguished visitors to
the 1915 Round-up will be Aldon
Sampson of New York, an author
who has gained a great deal of reco
gnition by his literary works. He ar
rived yesterday to be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Phimlster Proctor of
whom he Is a close friend.
Mr. Sampson Is best known in the
literary world for his appreciation Of
John Milton which won for him wide
spread recognition In Great Britain
and this country. This contribution
as well as his "Essays on Poetry" Is
In the local library.
Mr. Sampson and Mr. Proctor are
both enthusiastic hunters and have
made many expeditions into the wilds
after big game. Being a red blooded
man. he could not help but grow In
terested In . the Round-up after the
sculptor had written him about It and
concluded to come out and see for
himself the big show.
1000-Foot Fall Survived.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 22.
Charles Nlles, an aviator, dropped
nearly 1000 feet during a flight at
the Panama-Pacific exposition whilo
above the mines building, but started
his engine, which had stopped, during
his drop and landed safely.
He fell to within a few feet of the
toof of the building before he right
ed his aeroplane.
to the principal wheat growing states.
It has been very cool and rainy all
over the middle west. Corn waa
drowned out In many places and very
weedy in others. Too wet and cool
to ripen and much of It will be frost
ed. The wheat was extra good in the
very dry sections of western Kansas,
Nebraska and Colorado, but In tha
main wheat belt of Dakota, Kansas,
Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Iowa, Illinois and Missouri. It
was too wet to harvest the crop,
much of It not being cut, some spoil
ing In the shock and others growing
In the stack or heating and molding
in the granary.
The buyers are using the govern-
(Continued on pace five.)
HELD HERE ON
be allowed until shippers have had
an opportunity to present objections
the public service commission has
suspended the advance until October
6. Meanwhile an Investigation is be
ing made and In this- connection a
hearing will be held at Pendleton Sep
tember 29. At that time It will be up
to those Interested to show reasons
why the advance should not be grant
ed. The chief sufferer here should the
Increase In charges be made will be
the Pendleton Roller Mills, however.
Indirectly all local producers will be
affected as Is also the case at Milton
SI
BULGARIA READY
Tfl ncPI ADC H
IU ULULiHU. I
Reservists Are Held Awaiting a Call
to the Colors Beginning of Hos
tilities Expected Soon.
FORCES MASS ON FRONTIER
Europe Is In a State of Feverish Ex
citement Ikvaune of Events in the
Balkans Bulgara will Invade Ser
bia Asj Soon as the Austro-Germans
Strike Blow.
ATHENS, Sept, 22. The Greek
Cabinet tonight will consider the
subject of Bulgaria's mobiliza
tion. It was officially stated
. "the government Is fining the
new situation calmly.''
LONDON, Sept. 22. Europe Is In
a state of feverish excitement because
of momentous developments In the
Balkans. The reports that Bulgaria
has ordered mobilization have been
confirmed A war declaration against
Serbia Is expected before many hours.
Bulgarians and Serbians, away from
their native lands have been orderel
to be ready for a call to the colors.
Bulgarian forces are massing on
the Serbian border. All railroads
have been taken over for military use,
General Savoff, once head of the Bul
garian army, has been summoned to
Sofia to again assume command of
the Bulgars. The streets of Sofia are
filled with shoutLig crowds of war
enthusiasts.
Reports from Swiss sources said
Austria and Germany plan to begin
a sweep against Serbia next week. In
the meantime, German newspapers
printed confident reports that Bui
garla will invade Serbia with the first
Austro-Gernian blow against the lat
ter nation.
ATHENS, Sept. 22. Bulgaria has
mobilized 160,000 men ready for war
at a moment's notice. Cavalry sta
tioned at Sofia has been ordered to
the Serbian border.
PETROGRAD, Sept. 22. Riga and
Petrograd are safe from the German
war machine, officials declared, as a
result of Slav victories against them
at Dvinsk and because of the report
ed heavy withdrawals for a Balkan
drive. The official statement remain
ed silent about the situation around
Vllna from which the Slavs, have re
treated. It Is believed the Slavs slip
ped out of the German trap and retir
ed toward Minsk.
Southern Methodist V. 0iens.
DALLAS, Texas, Sept. 22. The
Southern Methodist university, com
pleted this summer at a cost of more
than half a million dollars, opened
here today with about 680 students
enrolled. A campaign Is now under
way to collect Jl. 000. 000 through the
south as a permanent endowment for
the Institution. '
Parkers Make Complaint.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 Repre
sentatives of Chicago packers orally
complained to the state department
against England's crippling of Ameri
can commerce. A written complaint
will be submitted later. The legal
aspect of the prize court decision con
fiscating millions of dollars worth of
American meats was discussed as well
as general remedies.
Bank Messenger Robbed of 12000.
NEW YORK, Sept. 22. Vincent J.
Maloney, a messenger of the Chatham
& Phoenix National Bank, was held
up in a Harlem street by two men
and robbed of a satchel containing
$:000 in cash and a number of
checks. Maloney was seriously Injur
ed. The thieves escaped.
NEWS SUMMARY
General.
Bulgaria expected to declare war
against Serbia.
Six killed when New York street
collapses.
Local.
Happy Canyon oicns tonight and
fun will run riot.
Ideal weather, big crowd and fine
show promised for first day of Round
up.
Kx-.luUre Yoakum of this county
dies.
Cornerstone of federal building to
be laid this P. M.
New York literary light arrives for
Round.nn.
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SEPTEMBER 22,
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OFFICIALS INDICTED
IN C0NNECTI01
EASTLAND DISASTER
COXSPIILU'Y AND CRIMINAL
CARELESSNESS CHARGED
BY GRAND JIRY.
CHICAGO, Sept. 22. Indictments
for conspiracy and criminal careless
ness in connection with the disaster
to the steamer Eastland, in which
?12 perished, were returned by the
federal grand Jury against six steam
ship officials and two federal steam
boat Inspectors. Those Indicted on
both counts were: George Arnold,
president of the Chicago and St. Jo
seph Steamship company; Williatt.
Hull, vice-president; Walter Steel,
secretary and treasurer; Harry Peder-
scn, captain of the Eastland: J. M.
Ericksen, chief engineer; Charles
Eckliffe and Robert Reid, Inspectors.
Walter Greenbaum, president of the
Indiana Transportation company, was
indicted for criminal carelessness. In
dictments also were returned against
both the Chicago and the St. Joseph
and Indiana companies as corporati
ons. CHAMBERLAIN SAYS
E
SESSIONS IX PORTLAND MANIPC'
LATED FOR SELFISH KEA.
SONS, CHARGE.
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 22. Charg
es that the waterpower conference,
which is in session here, has been
cleverly manipulated In the Interests
of selfish waterpower Interests were
made by Senator Chamberlain in an
address before the conference today.
Chamberlain pointed out the speak
ers' program included many United
States senators who signed the mi
nority report opposing the Ferris wa
ter power bill, while he was the only
one who signed the majority report
Senator Walsh of Montana spoke fa
voring the Ferris bill. Senator Smoot
of Utah spoke strongly in opposition.
Charged With Robbing Bank.
DUBL'vJL'E, Iowa. Sept. 22. Charg.
ea witn emoezziement 01 me lunas 01 1
the Dubuque National bank. George!
J. Homan, its cashier; Joseph Har-
ragan, vice president, and Charles
Seige, teller, were arrested here on
federal warrants. About J20.0O0 is!
involved in the alleged peculations of
the three men.
.n Enterprising Son.
SUPERIOR. Wis., Sept. 22. Willi.
nm Rcickenberg. Sr., is suing his al
leged precocious young son for !2.
000 damages on the allegation that
the son stole the father's wife away.
The youth is further alleged to have
Influenced the elder Reickenberg's
girl wife, to elope with $350 family
funds.
Canal Slides Serious.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 The
earthslides on the Panama canal near
GoldhiU are much more extensive
than was reported at first and prob
ably will tie up the waterway for at
least ten days.
This Information was received by
the war department from the acting
governor of the canal zone.
Chicago Market up
Five Cents Today
For September Wheat
An advance of almost five centa oc
curred today In the Chicago market
for September wheat, the closing
price being 11.06 1-8. Portland pri
es show no change and there Is no
business underway in Pendleton, un
less It be consignments.
Chicago.
CHICAGO, Sept. 22 (Special.)
At the close today, Sept. 11.08 1-S;
Dec. 95 3-8; May S.
Portland,
PORTLAND. Ore.. Sept 21
ISpeclal.) Bid prices today: Club,
S3 1-2; bluestem, 89.
Ijvorpxiol (Yesterday)
LIVERPOOL, Sept. il. Wheat-
Spot, No. 1 Manitoba, lis 10d; No. i,
lis 9d; No. S, lis 7 1-Sd; No. 1 north
ern Duluth. lis 4d; No. 2 red Weaterr.
Winter, 10s 3d; No. 1 hard winter, lis
10 l-!d.
In American terms the Liverpool
price for Spot No. 1 Is $1.72 per bush
el.
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OLD DAYS TO BE
LIVED AGAIN III
FRONTIER STYLE
Happy Canyon Opens Tonight and
Everybody is Promised Fun Galore
--Early West to be Depicted.
PROGRAM TO BE THRILLING
Committee Will Not Announce In Ad.
vance What Stunts Will Be, But!
Their Word for It That It Will be;
IlHmflil tt Vntr.rtjalnm.nfT.i(i 1
Will Bo Thrown Away,
Happy Canyon opens tonight.
That simple statement may not be
of prime significance to the outside
world but to the thousands of resi-jv The spectators at the Hound
dents and visitors in Pendleton it Is . up are now assured of plenty
a message brimful of joy. It means
that the little "frontier village.
where King Fun reigns, will start Its
annual mad-merry career this even-1
ing to continue through three other!
nights before subsiding again into
eaceful and quiet repose. j
Those who saw the first Happy
Canyon last year were crazy about
its original ideas for entertaining.
Those who see It this year will be
plumb delirious, according to those
few who are on the Inside of the ar
rangements. The program will, in a
general way. follow the lines of the
1914 Happy Canyon but It will be
different, too. and there will be more ,
of it. I
The doors will be thrown wide
open at 7 o'clock and at 7:30 the 1
band will strike up concert tunes
which will continue until the pro-:
gram in the street begins, about 7:50.
During the band concert Miss Doris
Reber. queen of the Round-up will
sing and later she will sing in cow
girl costume from horseback.
The street program will begin with
the dashing up of the stage coach
tl-ith tVia nioil aA U o
.""J. ouu iiiuiiev lur
charirf I Theh lntereSt, . U : Promising a continuance of the perfect
wit, tP f ?6 COmMee "end, with thousands of visitors al-
a?i , L , T adVanCe, "Teady here, with the greatest assem-
act nature of the program for such .i . v . j . ,,
, . ,, blage of cowboys, cowgirls and Indi
an announcement would spoil the sur- ... j , .
nrio. n.t.ii. . . t 1 ans ev?r gathered In the west and
prises which are in store. However, I , . . L,
thev mi ,k. -,... 'Preparations complete for an exhl-
be bucking horses, bulls and burros
. V,,.,., ", ,, . .
to be ridden, there will be a horde of
,!, n; . "si 7" r, ,L,:
nf ,t'i. in v . . . ,
or stunts, there will be painted In-
dians to dance and yell, there will be
plenty of comedy stuff, there will be
singing and most exciting of all
there will be a fighting steer that day show ever stac'd at the parlt' To"
will make the animal used last year mOTrow Pendleton and Vmatilhi
seem tame. The new terror of the countV da' at the Round-up and the
Canyon is larger, and wilder than the . dlrcctors have planned to make It
late lamented brute of 1914 and has such tnat t0 miss " tu regret
a greater width of horn. These . il for a lif"time-
horns were capped with silver balls! For one thing the best bucking
yesterday to prevent the animal im- j hors's In the Round-up string. In.
paling a cowboy or two. cl"ding Long Tom, Lightfoot, Angel.
The aftermath of the show will be Hotfoot. Casey Jones and Speedball.
a dizzy one. The "Red Dog" Is a gay wil entered in the contests to
old place this year with Its roulette morrow and it is pretty certain that
wheels, faro banks, poker tables. more buckarooes will bite the dust
prize wheels and decorated bar. It tomorrow than on either of the suc
is twice as large as last year and c'i'ng days. Some special feature
there will be room for everybody who s'unts have also been provided for the
wants to hazard a Ten Buck note. 0Pning show. Jim JIassey has prom
The big dancing pavilion is ready to lsed t0 bestride one of the long horn
receive hundreds of couples and then ed Mexican steers, something that has
there will be plenty of amusement on nvr been done at a previous Round -the
street, too. The "shute the up- O'her features, equally as exclt
shutes" will furnish all the sensations ln&. hav oeen planned for tomorrow
of sitting on the back of a bucking Rnd 'hose who are waiting for th
broncho. Sharkey will be on exhl- last two Ja' will miss some of thn
bition for those who want a close-up b,9 of the 1915 Round-up.
view and well, what's the use. Come The cowboys and cowgirls, who am
out and see what there is to see. ;to be contestants at the big show, are
I entering up rapidly now. The hun-
A. M. E. Centennial Convention, jdred mark was passed at 10 o'clock
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Sept. 22. The i hls morning and every hour was
annual conference and centennial bringing dozens of new ones in. Tha
convention of the African Methodist total number of actual contestant
Episcopal church opened here today will number more than 200. The In
for a five day session. Bishop Ben- dians have responded ni"re m ii. n.t,
jamin t. Lee. Wilberforce, O., Is pre-
siding. In the 500 delegates are many
negro educators and Journalists
well as churchmen.
9
4 Men Killed.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Sept. 22.
Four men were killed at Gal-
brnlth station, near Portland
when a Southern Pacific eleet-
ric train collided with an auto-
mobile truck on which they
were riding. The dead: Charles
Gage. 4S, operator of the truck:
John Mlcek. B0. a farmer; Ze-
gll Parrlnger and Gib Bustnn.
The men were Instantly killed.
The truck was demolished. The
train was going at a high rate
of speed. Evidently the orcu.
pants of the truck did not see It
approaching.
Fair tonight and Thursday.
COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
NO. 8607
THOUSANDS HAVE
ARRIVED TO SEE
STUNTS OF WEST
Famous Epic Drama Will Be Great
est, Ever Staged and First Day
Promises to be Immense Success
MORE THAN 1 00 CONTESTANTS
Cowboys and Cowgirls arc Arriving
la Largo Numbers to Take Part In
Ureat Show Special Feature
Stunts Have Been Provided for
First Day Plenty of Music.
3 Bands Are Secured.
, 0f music In spirit with the pro-
gram, for all arrangements) are
complete for music from three
bands, whose main asset is vol
ume. Fred Earle, who has had
charge of the band arrange
ments, announces that there will
be two visiting bands of twen
ty pieces each, one from Elgin
with L. B. Tuttle as director
and one from Milton with F.
S. Simpson directing. These
twt bands with the Round-op
band of twenty-five pieces.
composed of Athena and local
players, wilt furnish the music
during the three days of the
Round-up.
The Milton band will arrive
in the morning and start the
music and the Elgin band wilt
! arrive on No. 17 Thursday.
e
Already, Let 'er Buck.
Tomorrow afternoon at this time
) will see the 1915 Round-up under
1 Tt-:.w .1 . .
way.
bition of the sports of the range and
cowcamp, the sixth successive stag-
'"S of Pendleton's epic drama of the
i West cannot but start toward another
0
The exhibition tomorrow, the direc
tors promise, will be the greatest first
'v than ever before unci their ari li "
and wardances will be
of the big
delictus to the "tenilerfeei "
The advance sale of II. kets Is xtill
continuing with a rush mid will pan
the mark of the 19 1 I show. Them I
every Indication that u I. inter crowd
than was here lat war will be In the
grandstand and bloaeher tomorrow.
Friday and Saturdav. A Kreat manv
, of tourists are coming In from e.-ist-
,ern states on their wav to the Puna-
ma-Pacific fair.
! Among the contestants entering up
! today lire the following, and they will
wear the numbers opposite their
names:
I I Vem MfOlnnl Jackson Hole,
Wvo. 2 - Hurt G.illirr Casper, Wy'..
i3 Peggv Warren. Hamilton. Vnnt.
4 Hnrv Warren Ffimllton. Mont.
( J 0. Ranks Nye. Ore. I II. If.
Matthews, I'klah. Ore. 7C. K.
Runyan. Pendleton, Ore. O. A
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