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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1919)
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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919.
$25,000 WORTH OF WHEAT LOST IN FIRE AT TUTU ILL A:
COUNCIL SEES NEED OF NEW PROVISION FOR TRAFFIC
Section Two f i ."ma , g
I v , . . .
PASSEDBY SENA TE
Carries $34,000,000; No Ef.
ion Made to Restore Day
light Saving Rider,
WASHINGTON. July.24.Tho Ben-
mo mil yeaierday fjusiied the $34 .
0(10,000 agricultural ajiprapriatlon
bill .which recently wan vetoed by
l'ronldunt Wilton because of th rider
for repeal of the duyhttht saving- law.
No effort to reHtore tho rider was
nude in tho aonute.
Honutors made no critlclxm of tho
The bill will be returned to the
house tomorrow with a bIiibIo minor
committee amendment approved to
day by the Donate, providing relief for
woatern drought uffererii by aua-
penuing their homoateuU reHldonce ro
'lUiromentH Ifvcuuse of univerHal donlre to pro
vide fuiKla In the bill for the depart
ment of agriculture' many activities
unit miarlva held up lnee July 1, acn
ato dlicUHBlon of the bill wun brief.
Western senators particularly urged
ull possible haste to provide funds for
the forestry service In fighting foroat
A I liit Irotoutor.
"Ton are Intl :ed a bravo nnraon in
have worn that beautiful white hat
traveling!" exclMimed my slater when
she met at the train. "13ut.it looks
aa fresh as If It hadn't seen a day's
weur." Thereupon 1 explained the
method. You will find It useful, too.
Make your hut protector in this way.
Cut a largo clrclu of cloth. Hem It
and run an elaaiic in tho hem. When
you take your hat off, slip It into this
SEE 450 ACRES BURN
Flames Start Behind Har
vester and Spread to
Sacked, Standing Grain.
lAiiiuiKc- ettlmitted at close to 126.-
ooo wua done by a gruln fire which
yesterday afternoon swept over 350
acres of wheat land belonging to n.
IW. McComas and lno ucres belonging
Fire Sweeps 90 Acres of
Standing Grain on Ranch
Near Milton Yesterday
(li.iat Oirgoriian .special.)
MILTON, July 21. Ninety acres of
aiitnillrig grain -on the Vonderhue
Hnm. lunch, four miles east of Mil
ton, were burned it 3 o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon. Hpurks from a
tlirealiiug machine are tnought to
have slurtod tho blH.e.
The fire nus dlacovered by a. S.
Cockburn and a phone meaMage toj
Milton was responded to by 25 fire:
fighters. Their qulcft work saved the I
FREE FROM ACCIDENI
5 If you like nice, fresh, cool vegetables, the Pcndle- f.
ton Trading Co. has them. Fresh-from the truck ?j
K gardens to our big refrigerator room,' always cool f
f and fresh, , t n3LW&iPJ&S25& ft
y uvvi fining in ntdpic uuu jancy urocencs, and K'
S , . . . A
i ciean, wnoicsome meats.
9 4 '
r. J. Murke. at Tutuillu. south of. about to be harvested
i eiiuinion. .ir. iiciomaa' place was One header v.is destroyed and two
tno neuvier loser, his damago being es- I horses slightly injured
tlinated at 17.500. I estimated If. hushela
Hhortly after o'clock
covered behind the harv
arcLimiaK place, which a fitruiecl hv i
Frank Harney Kfiorte -were made at'
once to uucii th biazo hut it gained i Ratif ication Session at
Friedly Moves Amendment
to 1'revcnt Overtaking
Vehicles on Crossings:
An amendment ot the newly adopt
ed traffic ordinance was proposed to
the city council last night by Councll-
mun Uuni,..l ;. ...
adjoining wheat, all of which was!.. ,,,,, ., , ; """"
misdemeanor for one vehicle to
overtake another vehicle, going in the
The grain wasi'"lme dirccl,on- " Intersection of
mo grain was an y8)re,,,. Tno flve couni.lltIien ,
to the acre. .j .. , ...
fire was dls- which -will make the loss between i ,,"," "T, " " iavor or ;
ester on the j 000 and ,7. 7Zd"JZ?
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If it's on the market, we have it."
quickly In tho HtubbJe and consumed
the mirk in whirh Hevcml hnnHmH
; btiHhPls offtr;iln had been placed 1e
foro HprcHdinpf to atandinic grain.
! AhfAit 1000 Baeku of grain WPre lJn.
i touched hut neveral . hundred were
burned and considerable Uhh will re
sult In roHJickiiiK the wheat.
Srno of the grain on the McComas
olaco wuh Insured for 15 huMhels to the
arre and other for 3f IniphelB. Jt was
In tho good grain (hat most of the
damage remilicd. Hi Ions .eHtimated
roughly at $17,500 is fully Insured.
Two thirdn of tho risk Is In the Pacific
fir KtatpM and one third In the National
K'mer t'rowc, who operates Rurke's
Tnneh udlninjiisr, lost between M0 and
100 acres of whpat, estimated to have
been worth $5000 also fully insured.
No (iiinmiifi from firo resulted to any
of the equipment on either place,
sacks threshed and standing' grain
making up the loss. j
Yesterday's fire is the worst report
ed In Vmatilla county this year and
by far the most expensive. Dense
: "blank clouds of smoke roo hundreds
of feet In the air and were plainly
seen In I'endleton. The flames travel
ed against the wind, Mr. McComas
I Ha id, so dry was the stubble. The
i blaze was extinguished later In the
K j day with the aid of several who went
w from the Indian agency.
j prepare It for the next meeting.
He vera I accidents have been record -jed
and others narrowly averted In in-
stances where one auto has overtaken
Form Olcott Approves ynnm' dirtc,i"""-. "
1 Two bids for coal for the city hall
delegation; wro .e,.I. .l .i.r, ....... r. ...,. .
(V - . ,wr u... " ' "" i"
....... .... ou...M rlr ,ne am(, Kr.,de Smythe-Ioner-
assoclation Is not expected to receive gan Co. h(d 2S a , for lwQ
any great amoui.t of encouragement I(JBa. , ,.k Krinir ,., rf,:,,
Ciovcrnor Olcott In i ih. it hn i v
enort to secure a special session hitl of im u inn h..i ,., ki. I
lor loo tons. Ho also guaranteed the
price against change for 30 days and
Individual Expense Only
SALWAT, July 44.-The
when It calls
of the Oregon legislature for the pur- j
peso of ratifying the national suf- I
Governor Olcott has already
pressed himself as opposed to a
stipulated that beyond that time chan-
ex'ges in the market would alter the bid.
Spe- Because of the riif (Vronf t in wnrrlintF
cial session at this thne. In a telegram f the two. the houe finmmittM w
wtunu iminM.wi im two inonwio ; authorised to determine whether 100
tons constitutes two carloads and was
IIPLENTY OF GASOLINE
IS AVAILABLE TODAY
apo tho governor declared that such
a move did not meet his approval in
view of the greit expense Incident to
another session. It is estimated that
a day's session vould cost $5000.
When Mrs. Elliott Corbett of Port
land called on the governor last week.
in the interest of the ratification move
the governor told her of his telegram
to Mrs. Catt, but assured her that if!
given power to award tho bid on the
basi of their findings.
A petition for curbing and paving
on Matlock street from Raley to Jack
son street was presented by A. T. Per
kins and other property owners apd
its granting was recommended by the
street committee. In the absence of
Mayor J. 1. Vaughan, Councilman
THIS it the first improvement fcT any plae It uicreaaW1
waterr T? " hOUSa need hout runnm
H oame down ta the point where the Henry J. Taylor presided. The meet
vote of one stats was necessary in order-
to complete the ratification he
would be willing' to call the session,
providing the legislators would agree
t.i attend at the(r own expense.
lag adjourned after about 15 minutes
Easy street's sunny side Isn't paved
with good intentions.
j !;:f f:
Mfr mulled and M t..,iMW ihm b
yrv-. a mvh itM ttivM and tabor one f
nd Kaulinf wmter. U gva commm mcpir ot
atafltime. Th lyttrm m aucorrMUc m wn
oo attention iitU w aomti C
Voo will t dome rounHT food him by m this
th lmrie ntar run the out: kw k - -
control stvt and atop tba pump wthoot th touck ,
finicr. The pump run Iik a aatf wWf wuh waww
nwbing but to to uaetf. Coana m and aat work.
Tcndleton, OrePHONE 10'J7
Members Federal Reserve System. ,
Offers to new accounts
modern facilities and
courteous service in all
the departments of banking.
"THE BANK OF COMMUNITY INTERESTS"
S j Sufficient gastilluo fr alt needs was
EH ' reported by the Standard Oil Co. sta-
Erltbn here today. Just what quantity
S I was received or whore it came from
v as in it divulged but "plenty" waa the
zz report. The shortage of gasoline bo
s' gan to lie felt ! tst Saturday night.
E; The local sta'ion also has a suffi
cient Htipply of distillate on hand, they
report today, and no further trouble
In filling orders is anticipated. Most
of the local garages and filling sta
tions are again filling all demands, a
number having obtained stocks at
Athena. The tanks there had 19,000
gallons of gas and this stock was
drawn 'upon considerably for local
Wtirn Cooking Mrat.
An excel lent device In cooking
meat, i ice and vegetable soup in a
round piece of tin about 5 or inches
In diameter with a hole In the center
placed in the bottom of the stew pan
to prevent burning-
HAVE YOU HAD A DEMONSTRATION IN
A substantial dish that
furnishes full food value
in a more attractive form
A different corn flake from
the old-fashioned kind, and
one. that excites favorable
of corn foods.
Wad kV4 bmaiiwMMMiu
Tliww l ikkIiIiuc omiilcx ulMmt tho Case Six everything la
nMit anil nhove-lMMii-il for unr InitivlUiii it In u inr nr. full'
rcriiiriiii iil, but rnilcto HlmHirlO'.
77 years of successful manufacturing has ac
Motor Car Co.
540 MAIN ST.
PHONE f U
Books IS Rides for 12.5
PARKER TAXI tXJ. '
. Wlij f.j Hon. ... ,
. Pl'BUO ACCOUNTANT
INCOME TAX ADVISER
Opposite Pendleton Hot
. Phone 101
Senorlts Bschanrre, with her
winning Latin-American vys. hai
joen very popular in Washington.
?he'r from Chile, and she'a tc
narry Carlos Urlbe. brother-ln
law of the minister from Colom
"LET'S GO" To
WHERE THE CROWD GOES!
Dancing, Swimming, Fishing and Hunting at this
big popular summer resort. Beautiful Camp
Grounds and nice Cottages.
SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 2fi
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 27
Fletcher's Jazz Orchestra
Automobile stage meets all trains. Arrivals at
Gibbon inquire at depot.
Dining room service during the week, but only
lunches will be served on Sundays.
W. W.IIOCH - - - - . - . Manager
Gibbon, (Ist Office), Oregon
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE.
813 MAIN ST.
2Vz 3i 4i r
PNEUMATIC OR SOLID.
READY FOR ANY TEST
T)-;i-( l,o backward, call around and ask for
demonstration in your own field.
V,m Six, Wescott, Harroun, Mais Unit
B!ug Mountain Motors Co., Inc.
-13in, Wrsvutt, StcrlliiK TrucL Mam Inlt.