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DAILY EAST OKEQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 1, 1820.
NEW TRIAL AVERTED
; AS DEATH ENDS TERN!
Newcomb'a death. The sluyor pleaded
not guilty and waa to have been tried
at the coming- term of court on a
ehnrge of first degree murder.
The funeral will be held ut the pen
itentiary for an far as known he had
no relatives In the northwest. -
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WATXA WALLA. Oct, 1. Charles
Wilson, aavxl 64, a colored convict,
better knawn o "Black Diamond" will
never be tried for the murder of
Clmrlfs Neweombn, fellow convict nt
trie state, penitentiary. '
lilack Diamond died In hJH cell at
the mate penitentiary lost nlKht after
a. brief Illness. ' Acuta indigestion la
blamed. Hlack Diamonds who was an
excessive eater, complained of palna In
the stomach yesterday afternoon. He
wan sent to the hospital where he woh
given aid and after several ho urn felt
go mucn ueuer mat ne was resurneuj
to his cell. A Htiort time arterwarax
Hlack Diamond was Nerving time for
tl.e murder of a Chinaman in Yakima.
On August 1, during a basehull Kame
at the prlHon, Black Diamond, who
wan a rabid fan attacked CliarlesJVew
cmb, fellow convict and umpire, with
a bnsehnll bat, the Injuries causing
MATINEE RATES AFFORD
REED STUDENTS THRILLS
- AT FUNNY CLOUD ANTICS
' POfETLAND, Oct.'v 1. Tall spina,
nose dives, xoomlug and loops are the
latoat unofficial additions to the cur
riculum' at Heed college, A dozen
students, making the most of matinee
rates at the Hroomfleld aviation field
Wednesday, forgot books and class
room and felt all the thrills of an Idiot
blr.i In l&-mlnute spins, Kach trip
aloft Included a birds eye view of the
college, whoso new buildings stood out
prominently In the setting of greed sev
eral of the famous xnoms, and a 600
foot drop In the tnll spin. Several
Reed co-eda ventured on high, and
all came down smiling, eager for more.
Several men In the party returned
to college to Join the mopping crew
and beKln snvlrrg for- next week's ex-
We Offer, Hubjex't to Prflor Sale and Cliango in Price
J9 1,100 Kttierul Obligations 6 per cent ikM Nmm
nvlnce "f Alberta
Kvenipt IXwn All IMununion
- tionniuiii-nt Tax
Date September t, laito. .
Maturities as follows:' '
i 130.200 due Hpt. 1, 19!?: prlfi .
9S.200 du K. pt. 1, 192.1; l4 ftM
6C.2UU due Hrpt. 1, lili ; uru ,- ml. 1 1
nrMnaiiiom aioo, asoo, aiooo.
J'rlnetpal and semi-annual Inler
rst (March 1 and September 1)
unvalile in Oold Coin of the Unit
ed rllsts In Nw York snd at the
olfkfi, of Morris lirothers. Inc.
In aadlllun ta fc4Msr lieaeral OMlaaMon Notes, these are
arrarra l, loaa-lhae drbramrrs lolallaa i,5H-l,420.00
Kxatnple of Albrnn'a Mammoth Wheat Yield
One example of the (treat and profitable wheat production
In the vast em pile surrounding Edmonton la that reports
from Government Officials show a 12,500.000 crop on the
Government Greater Production Farm 'alone. A run of
ii bushels to the acre on these farms, estimated to net
over 11,000,000. ' '
... FINANCIAL TATI:IK.NT
Assessed valuation J8C.605.715.0O
Value municipal property (not Including public utilities) 1 1.02.',, 370. U0
Net debenture debt I M.7.M
Ilevenue from public utilities (above cost of operation).... 7H7. 773.(10
Net local Improvement debt , - .01i.763.00
TvleplKmei w Telegraph Oiilcra at Our Rxlonst.
MORRIiS BROTHERS, Inc.
-The Premier Manlrlpe.1 Head Ileuee." Seattle, Waak.,
Flehllked Over a Xasvter Oatary. Sm. 3
f .. , .1 siiiim I l-ll.n. retiflrMl Wlt.
aoa.Il llafk at . ' M,knll Katlsaal Naak lilda- Vtala Ml 7.
BrMlaar X1S1 Saa KranrUee, C'al. Klllott 1KM.
( v :
. 1 r i
fr 4 Ju-7 H
. . V.iVraa
.OREOSON. Mont. Whan MlM Charlotte Knowlton
on-, of her Khool kiddie, to "go to the foot ol : the , claM." dMnt
'mean much. Fo there are only three pupils Inthe class. .They are
j.ll BlrU. Mis. Knowlton'a achooi ia li-e gmalleat to the world, It U
pedition. Matinee rates will continue
as long as students demand the cloud
PLANE, ON FLIGHT FROM
ALASKA, BREAKS GEAR
WAzralTnor, n. c, Oct. 1. a.
P.) Three United States army air
planes, returning from the Alaska
flight arrived here late yesterday. One
of the planes broke a propeller and Its
landing gear In making landing and
the party will be held up here for re
pairs. The planea encountered strong
winds between Telegraph Creek, B. C.
and this city and were unable to aver.
age more than 80 miles an hour during
the day, Captain St. Clare Street, com
mander, said. They had been held at
Telegraph creek by unfavorable
drifting out, the British cabinet Is puz
zling over his case.
It la a nroblem that will not be solv
ed with tha hunaer striker's death. If j
the cabinet decides fbere shall be' no
public funeral Incitement oi a. rioi is
HEROES OF CONFLICT
. ARE RETURNED TO
NEW MEXICO, Oct. 1. (A. P.) '
Xeaj-ly 600 American soldiers return- I
ed yesterday from duty in the Rhine-1
land aboard the transport Antigone. !
Seven hundred bodlea of American I
service men also were brought back. I
Among the passengers were several j
members of the American Olympic
SLOWLY DRIFTING LIFE
OF PRISONER PUZZLES
IXINDOX, Oct. 1. (U. P.) Lord
Mayor MacSwiney slept three hours
during the early part of the night and
he is described today as appearing
healthy but very tired. While Mac
Rwlney's life 1b apparently slowly
Mary A. Harmon to Charles A. Har.
mon $1.00 Sl-2 SK 1-4 Sec 17 and X
1-2 NE 1-4 Sec. 20; NW 1-4 SB 1-4
and fractlnal W 1-2 N El-4 See. 17,
TP. , N. R. 36, E. W. M.
Henry J. Bean to Grace Bean $3000.
NB 1-4 XB 1-4 Sec. 13. Tp. 3. N. R. 2.
C. H. Smith to Soren Thorsen $500.
Lots 12 and IS In Block 5, Weston.
Orin P. Brlgham to A. W. Prann
$8000. SE 1-4 XE 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec.
10, Tp. 4. ft. It. 28.
trmatllla Farm Lands Co. to Wnde
Special Terms and
Buy On These Low Terms
85 DOWN 10 A MONTH
This is an event of unusual import
ance. Today thousands of thrifty
housewives, everywhere, are buying
washers on the installment plan-j-a
systematic savings account, if you
please. But it draws treble the allot
ed rate of interest, for the Thor saves
time and clothes; also nervous energy
beyond human comprehension.
Phone for Demonstration.
Ik tight Co.' :
"Always at Your Service" (
Cor. Court and Cottonwood Sts.
A. Xoble $10.00 W 1-2 SW 1-4 SW 1-4
XE 1-4 Sec. $3. Tp. 5, X. R. 29.
B. P. Dodd to Wade A, Xoble $10.
XE 1-4 SB 1-4 XW 1-4 Sec 33. TP. 5,
X. R. 29.
Wade A. Noble to Charles A. Bart
lett $10.00 NE 1-4 PW 1-4 XW 1-4
Sec" 33, Tp. 5, X. R. 29. and X 1-2
SB 1-4 NW 1-4 and W 1-2 XW 1-4
SW 1-4 XE 1-4 Sec. 33, Tp. 5, X. R. 29.
Edgar Simpson to Everet B. Foster
$10.00. Lot 12, Sec. 10, Tp.'3, N. R.
35. . : '
Carey Harris to Tsh D. Smith $10.
SW 1-4 Sec. 18, Tp. 2. X'. R. 28.
J. H. Betes to George. J. Slangier
$2000. Lot 1, Block 10, Houaers Add. "
Sarah A. Fahrenwaid to Frank Kopp
100. s 1-2 SW 1-4 Sec. 1, and B
1-2 SB 1-4 Sec. 14, Try 2, S. R. SO.
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tsgfi1rmJ- Saturday, October 2, 1920 j J2S
rSSlk(K' ' - 4:00 O'CLOCK, P.M. ' ' . c ' ,
IfeV'Vi 'Ijsl Every adult is entitled to one chance ABSOLUTELY FREE for - tf yW n
1 vVair It1" one of these Smoke-Consuming Universal Air Blast Combination z Vss:f1Si
, BLASTs Coal and Wood Heaters. If you have no ticket for .KP' U
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cheerfully furnish you with same. You need not
he a customer of this store to participate in this
Free Drawing. Even though you may not be in
need of a new stove at this time, it will afford us
great pleasure, and also be worth your time toliave
the factory representative demonstrate these truly
FREE SET OF FRENCH CHINA
During this demonstration the UNIVERSAL Fac
tory will furnish FREE, with each Universal Range
or Air Blast Heater purchased this beautiful 42-Piece
Set of French China.
Universal Simplex Combination Range
villi Universal Stoves &rumaces y iP
Universal l'ipeless Furnace