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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1919.
LOS ANGELES WILL NOT
ACCEPT UNION TEACHERS
LOfl ANtiKu:, Do, it RmoIu
Uon adopts by the board of -In i
tin iiiBbiting- that all propaganda for
the formutlon of a union among iea n
erH of the Loo AnKele oohoobj tJuill
crime and requiring that all teachers
Affiliated with the American federa
tion of I,ubor Hhall give up their mem
bership fir leave the teaching etaif are
1 "n file here today.
The feaolutlon wu taken today
an ultimatum, and t threatened ner
OUJi breach In eehool clfOlai with prob
ably a "Htrlke" 1h imtniuent, it iu nald.
HepOrta vary as how thoroughly or-
FfariJaed the teachers are. Union
I eourOea elulm a majority orKanlKatlon.
I Board of education mem hern minimize
jund are Inclined hi regard their ulti
matum iih the death blow to tiniotihtm
I in the HehoolM.
G. 0. P. WILL MEET IN
OPERATION OFFERS NEW
FUTURE FOR GENIUS,
BELIEF OF SURGEON
Committee Resembling Indus-!
trial Commission Will Sit
Continuously Until Conven
tion, Drawing up Platform
HAN FRANCISCO, Doc. 11. The
j Intet-Mtitial gland operation, which haw
j been made farnoUH hy experiments at
Han Quentin priHon, offers a new lease
of life to genius, declared Or, victor
'J. Veckl, well-known nurgoon.
Broken down and worn-out men of
genhiH can he rejuvenaled, according
tO Ve'ki, ;irid their gsnlUS restored to
Vigor. Hi- predicts great thlngn for
the gland opera tboi. Men like Pad
crewski, who are nfflng, he Stated,
could be restored to their former
WAKHINf ITi N , I ec. 10.
publican convention will be
Chicago on June I'X.
held in ,
QUALITY SICItVK'K SANITATION
Navel Oranges at 45c, 60c, 80c and $1.00 per dozen
Cranberries per quart 25c
Mince Meat, home made 30c pound
Heinz Sour Kraut 15c quart
Fine line of Xmas Candies and Nuts, just arrived
50c per pound
Get your order in now for your Turkey, Goose. Duck
iiain platform Committee
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 1, Detail,
pis oh for a "campaign of efficiency"
were made by 1 he rep u b (can nation
al committee at a meeting here ye
terdmy. The committee, Chairman
Bays an flounced, authorized the ap
pointment of a platform conference
with many of the characterlMtics Of
an Industrial commission to sit con
tinuously from now until the conven
tion, when it will make a report.
The report win embody suggestions
regnrdliiK platform plans, huped on nix
months Hiu-ly of nat ional problems
I The committee will bo composed of
12 members of the nittioual committee
land a large number of other RepublJ
j cm, representing all groups of inter-
flott. farmers, labor, bueinene, etc.
There probably will be r.a members
i Including chairmen of senatorial, and!
f OOneTreseiona committees, well as c
I gressmen. The organization w ill
I, divided into small groups to cover the1
whole country, and make reports to
1 1 central co-ordlnatimr hodv. which will
draw up platform of recommenda- 1
Yfs this is the
I BOS thar gives you
E x it i iervce
every trp -con.-feft
it is Mi t ight to
start M Ufa ! Our
has always been
to pur into every
Bucstftt h r Army
Shoe: bcit mater
CALF OR INDJA TAN CALF
FOR SALE B IIOVI) I til OS.
It is significant
that the Buck
HftHT Army Shoe
it worn by thous
ands of men in alt
have COmS to sbm
preciare its yield
ing comfort, l:s
lelvety feci, its
qualifies. And so
will you once
you treat your feet
to Buck hfc ht
easy as walkina
M.nufctur.r. BUCKINGHAM & HECHT s.n Franci.co
HI Wiring fifteen incl
In U nci h
HfiK'fl tHfl c-i!yH wjitrj- supjily for n
M;iy. It wuh drawn Into tho nuc-tfon
pip at the re.Hrvuir, fend v.,
Hecklns the fault round It tightly
wedgwl, but tlll alive.
DUST, threads, lint and even
close clinging hairs are picked at
once from your rugs by this vacuum
cleaner that makes cleaning as
easy as walking.
A motor driven brush, properly
speeded by a worm gear, is what
makes this vacuum cleaner different.
Women who have used other types
of cleaners prefer this they say it
means cleaner cleaning in their
STEP TO THE PHONE AND CALL
BAKER LUMBER MILL
SHUTS DOWN DUE TO
SHORTAGE OF CARS
Pendleton Trading Co.
"If it's in the Market Wo Have It."
ruige ana uaxiana i ars
5t temporary quarters at 682 Cottonwood St a
Uninterrupted service and exceptional thrift are
the salient characteristics of the Oakland Sensible
Six Touring Car. Rough roads surrender to its mas
terful power, and emphasize the unusual riding com
fort of this able, roomy car. And gasoline and tire
mileages are uncommonly high.
F. O. B. Pendleton $1250
Umatilla Motor Sales
O. E. HOLDMAN, Pres.
Paige and Oakland Cars
Eccles Co. Paralyzed. Remain
der of Industry Must Follow
Unless Relief, Unlikely in
Coal Crisis, Comes Today.
DAKAR, Doc. 11. Baker' lumber
incl list ry enter! a state of paralysis
Tuesday when the BccHM L-umbcr
mpuny censed operation at noon and
the remaining three mills announced
that their plants will close Within the
next two or three days unless relief
from the car nOTtafO arrives today.
LocftJ railwuy of f Ida Ik said that. In
view of the storm and coal situation,
! no such relief is probable.
j The Stod dard Lumber com pa n y .
IwhoOO planer had been closed two days
for repairs, will be unable to resume
I OpomttoiUI Wednesday morning as In
tended. The linker white pine planer
i wil IdO-OO Wednesday, and the Oregon
j Lumber company reports that. hy
i 1'iadinir plat forms and sheds already
ne.-irly full, its planer can operate un
til no later than Thursday.
All of the mills have been compelled
to curtail their output for more than I
a month, but today the car situation I
became more acute than at any time
this year. Nearly 200 men will face!
j unemployment In Ilaker If the mills
I ni e shut down.
WOULD BAR DANCERS
NOT 21 YEARS OLD
The mveotNi word known to the human totlflmft.
If your home MiriMUndinus aio pleiiMinl. yon aiv
Wo invito yon. tO make this Itank your financial
home, You will have a warm welcome here.
Yonr smallest want will liave the alleuilon or
nrr offioari ami emptoToes,
Inland Empire Bank
mi HANK OF OOMMI'XITY IXTFHKSTS
OfftOflK ;mil DtlUOtOf
J. W. MalonrT. W. ?. HlMkeley
C. i:. Willie, V. I. a Cnah'r A. Y. Kuys;
l,-liiia I. Tolmnu H. J. Taylor
noifc, Hi lit Fred ftchneltrr
Mnsael 1 firm Frank (.tIitiri
CUKHALKS. Wash.. Pec. 11. Pub-
; lie dances in Chehalis will be taboo to j
(anyone under the age of 21 years In i
the future, according to the terms of I
jrin ordinance introduced at the city,
, OOmmimlon meeting yesterday if it j
lahouU) be passed. Private dances are
! not included in the proposed restrlc- I
The ordinance was prepared by City
I Attorney Unnuhoe ;it the request of
the city commission. Anyone under
ft who is caught in a poolhall or pub
lic cni 'li oom, or who has in his or her '
I possession any form of tnbaceo. re
volver, toy pistol or ammunition. i
I Uso subject to n fine of from $10 to I
I $100. both lor the minor thus of- I
fending and for the owner of the pool-
j hall or Other resort.
Lynde Bros. Grocery
FOR FRESH, STAPLE AND FANCY
WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS, NO MATTER
HOW SMALL THE ORDER, AND ALL MISTAKES
ARE CHEERFULLY RECTIFIED
at our quick service pump at curb
QUALITY, SERVICE AND PRICE ARE ALL
Come in and let us siow SjjSm M I 1
this different kind of a tOSM K I lfl
vacuum cleaner to yoV. Lm'T
HI vi.JM mm
What a splendid gift this cleaner would make for th
home. It's another onp nf tht Wpsfprn KlpftnV Pnmnanv'a
A lever control stops brush and gives suction only if desired.
It will pay you to investigate this wonderful machine.
j 108 East Alta Street Opposite Alta Theater
Electric Fixtures and Goods of All Kinds
DR. J. EDWIN SHARP f
Dental X-Ray by .' ppolutmant
Gysl Articulated Dentures.
Inland Empire Bank Bide.
Office Phone 330. Home Phone 794
INCOME TAX ADV ISE
Opposite Pendleton Hotel
309 West Webb
take care of your meat or
derthe rest of the dinner
WW take care of itself.
WASHINGTON, Pec. 11. Justice
Bnn de I nf tlio Hiiprenio ctmrt rofoseO
'in nv?rrult ftCttot! of the lower f(ir:il
i courts In tin MM of Alox BorfcaMJ)
! and Km ma Ooldmun, 'anarchist lead
j cru who iire flChting ti movent their
lii portatlon to russiu.
HIT HER WITH BAKED
; POTATOES AND SWORE AT
HER EVERY OTHER DAY
1 BPOKAKB, Wah., Dee, n. (By
j Tutted I'resS) If tin potatoen had
: not PB Oft pooled, ;mtl cookrd. it
t Wouldn't have boon so bod. but Donlol
Blnrkmor picked Ihom i -iht out of tha
! pot when ho hoivd them at his wife.
And they smashed and smeared all
So. Mrs. rnniel wanted a divorce
dad cot tt.
Furthermore. areon! in to the
: plaint if f. ltlarkmer ' swore at her
every other day."
j What hi dM Oil the odd days wasn I
HOW THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS SAVES
MONEY IN THIS POST-WAR MAXWELL.
The run of 300,000 Maxwells to date saves you many
a worth while dollar in the new Post-War Maxwell. Those
300.000 saved in many ways.
1. They taught "short-cut" in manufacturing.
2. They eliminated all experimental work you
don't have to pay for a single engineering mistake.
:!. They developed quantity production which has
4. They enabled quantity purchases; and better ma
terials are bought at lower costs.
5. They taught how to build an almost trouble-proof
ru; you seldom take a Post-War Maxlell to a repair shop.
(i. They taught how to get the most mileage out of a
gallon of gasoline, a pint of oil ami a set of tires.
7. They taught how to build a car that the less skill
ed driver would find simple to operate and take care of.
8, They taught that it was beter to build more and
take less profit per car rather than build less and take
more profit per car.
0. They taught how to put more and more value in
the car without increasing its cost.
This Post-War Maxwell is next year's car. It contains
features developed during the war, many of which will
find their way into other cars in the summer of 1920.
PRICE $985 F. O. B. DETROIT
Neil & Barker Co.
$1785 F. O. B.
$1685 F. O. B.
CALL AND SEE IT
The 1920 Elgin Six Scout Model on our floor
ready for immediate delivery.
All scout engines are turned up for snappy per
formance and put through a special road test at the
BLUE MOUNTAIN MOTORS CO. INC.
ELGIN WESTCOTT HARROUN
101 Water Stfeet Phone 780