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DAILY EAST OREQONIAW. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAT EVENING, OCTOBER 4, 108h-'
e Here and There
V 3. W. Keen, of Froewater, waa
tuilnesa visitor to Pendleton today.
Will M. Peterson, local attorney, left
Saturday night (or Knterprlna where
he la attending to bualneiw matter
for a few days.
' Dr. William Thomas Phy, proprietor
of the sanitarium at Hot Lake, Ore.,
was a week end vlHltor in Pendleton,
the guent of frlende.
Thirty years ago when Chehalis was
a much smallor oommunlty than today,
J. C. BuHh became publlHhed of the
Bee-Nugiret, one of two weeklies which
still thrive there. A few years ago Mr.
Bush retired as a publieher, selling the
publication to a brother. Hop and
toerry raising and dairying, for which
Lewis county is famed, proved both
Interesting and lucrative and Mr! Bush
followed the life of an agrarian for
several years. Printers ink and the
hum of a linotype are still dear to Mr.
Bush and this morning, while he and
Mrs. Bush awaited their trans for On
tario, they called to look over the Kant
Oregonlan plant. After a visit to On
tario, they will come back to Baker
and go to Grant County over
He was eating peanuts and had the
safety set on his shot gun or he would
Mhot all three of them. That Is what
Kev. Hubert Iee HUHsabarger gave as
his alibi for bagging only one goose
this morning out near Mlnxlon instead
of all three thnt he scared up. The
minister made a good clean shot and
brought down one of the honkers,
however, and was as proud of It as a j
boy with his first game. The opening
of the pheasant season Is a handicap
to a mlniHter but early this morning
Kev. Mr. BusKubarger got after his
quota and bugged five before she sun
had ascended to the Zenith. lo can
not shoot next Sunday, either, so,
where otllers are allowed a limit of 15
In eight days, Kev. Bumaharger will
have to be content with only 10. With
ducks and geese in season, howpvei
Kev. Mr. Hussabarger needs nut go
sonallty. He Is here to testify In the
trial of the Taylor murderers and Is
proving a favorite with officers about
the sheriff's office who are becoming
acquainted with him for the first
For warden of a state penitentiary
one'mlght look for a man with a Si
mon Legree look and a visage showing
years of contact with criminals. Just
because he Is not that kind of a man
at all, one would never suspect L. H.
Compton of being warden of the Ore
gon state prison. Mr. Compton,
wearing a victory button snowing Ber
ths vice in the world war. is a large. Jovial
dumpier vaney railroad to visit witn appearing man with a kindly face, a
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
of any, there having been IM names
added. Of this number, 67 r.'ere re
publicans, 4S democrats and 14 Inde
pendent. County Clerk It. T. Brown
has no Idea of the size of the registra
tion but Is Inclined to believe that It
is a record breaker. .
Woman iljiirgvd witJi IM-Heitloii.
Fred 8. Lyon today filed suit for di
vorce from Olive C. Lyon, charging
her "with desertion. The couple was
jparrled. in June, J17. Peterson
Bishop tk Clark represent the plaintiff.
Both (jroonns Named Thompson.
Marriage licenses were Issued today
to two couples, the name of the pros
pective grooms In both cases .being
Thompson. The first license was Is
sued to Harney P. Thompson and Miss
Vera May Taylor, of Pendleton, and
the second to Joseph Thompson and
Miss Heinle Davis, both of the reserve
tion. The second named wedding is
set for Tuesday at Mission.
Siu? to Cancel Contrail.
The Inland Irrigation Co., Inc. to
day brought suit against A. U Btelner
and Marie Stelner to foreclose on
contract for the purchase of Irrigated
Ipnqj) and for Judgment for 151)91. 87
and interest, alleged due and -unpaid
on the contract, which, it la allged
has been violated by non-payment of
installments as agreed. Haley, Kaley
& Htelwer are attorneys for the pluin
relatives at Ixn Creek.
IUitralioii Is Completed. '
ir.e dookh ror registration were
closed at the county clerk's- office
Saturday evening until after the gen
eral election on Nov. 2. The final
warm greeting and a very likeable per-day showed the heaviest registration
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Ill H if i v Ssv. t: Uw Purola for speed
iW V J0 V. H And listen to
AM fL S. U: the greatest
1 V ) A return any part
'1 I J-i. ir u and get your money
' ''' Good dniK!t" purota
represents one incL
of PUROLA shading cream.
Jjffle W&& r-'ery
popular moytodays :
AnC, you have a generous, lasting lather that
will soften the toughest beard so the razor
will fairly dance through the shaving task.
i and smoothness.
If you don't find Purola
shaving cream you've ever used;
the tube to your dealer
back. ' '
M BRILL. Wis., Oct. i.(U.
Five children were burned to death in
a fire which destroyed the farm house
ef Edward Xelson here today. Nelson
and one son were burned trying to res.
cue the others. Mrs. Nelson escaped
uninjured. The five children, ranging
from S to 1 years of age slept in the
upper part of the house.
flrsutj Mora Tlmil Pkhl lcep
T.iere Is an old sayini.' that beaut;
is only skin deep. That may be so
with those who get their beauty out of
a box but not the genuine sort. Beau
ty Is really only anolKr -:rd for good
health and no woman wh- Is bilious
and constipated can reasonably hope
to be beautiful. Chamberlain' Tab
lets w!',l cosrect these disorders, then
With proper diet and exercise there'
is no reason why any yoJng woman
with regular features may not hope to
Klie Sets a flood Example.
"I keep a botllo of hamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy In the
bouse at all times and have recom
mended It to many friends and ac
quaintances whe have used It with
good results" writes A. O. Mewell. New
Kensilngton, Pa. Should you not do
like wiseT Think of the pain and suf
fering that must be endured when
msolclne must be sent for.
.Vow Is the Time to Oct Bid of Tour
If you are troubled with rheumatism
get a bottle of Chamberlain's Lint
ment and use it according to the plals
printed directions, lou will be sur
prised at the quick relief which It af
fords. No Internal treatment Is re
quired In cases of chronic or musclar
rheumatism. All you need Is to use
'lis llnlment freelv.
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liltnl rxrry linOm-- fhera mint b a lofiiir
policy to make that irrIJful. And In th"?i
ila-M at uncertain va)ttt: it i.i wsil for the lmvr to
turn to an Institution thut ha a clear conception of
Ha rcHponiltllltleif to the buying public.
Our iri's always welromo oampnr.jMjn. I-uch
price Ih marked In plain figures and that figure la
the lowest compulirjle, with reliable quality.
MIiNta(fmriiC or exaggeration haa no place whTe
finality 1m of tho M-huNt. and prior; are' low, W
Khali endeavor to always maintain that policy.
SHIPLOAD OF FRUIT
WILL SaL AT COST
CIIICAOp; Oct. 4. (U. P.) Prices
were given another Jolt here today.
Qrapes, pears a whole shipload of
hem arrived to be sold at cost. The
shipment was part of a purchusa by
he City of Chicago from Michigan
fruit growers in an effort to force
prices down. Six more shiploads have
been ordered. .
CHICAGO. Oct. 2. (!'. P.) A dis
abled naval hydroplane from the
Groat Lakes naval training . station
with its crew aboard sank today off
like Korefct, III. Lieutenunt Sydney
'edotl, pilot, was drowned. Th plane
went down as a rescue boat arrived to
titko of the crew.
(Continued from pafro 1.)
NEW 'FIXING' SCANDAL
REVEALED AS HUSBANDS
, . COAX WIVES TO N. Y.
NEW YORK. Oct. 4. (U. P.)
Another "fixing" scandal in con
nection with the world series was
revealed here today. The revela
tion had to do with how so many
ticed business men In all parts of
the country from Kennebunkport,
Maine, to Walla Walla, Washing
ton, "fixed" their wives to let them
come to the big city. The expla
nation is simple; They brought
the wives with them. A real bribe
waa the greatest of all femine de.
sires a shopping trip on Fifth
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PORTLAND, ORG., 10 A. M., OCT. 2, 1920.
OREGON MOTOR GARAGE,
! PENDLETON, OREGON. ,
WE HAVE NO INTENTION OF CHANGING THE LIST PRICES ESTABLISHED
FOR THE SEASON OF NINETEEN TWENTY-ONE BUT IN THE EVENT OF ANY
UNEXPECTED REDUCTION IN LABOR AND MATERIAL EFFECTING THE. COST.
AND JUSTIFYING A LOWERING OF THE UST PRICES ON CHEVROLET CARS
PRIOR TO MAY FIRST, NINETEEN HUNDRED TWENTY ONE WE WILL RE
FUND TO EVERY PURCHASER DURING THAT PERIOD THE AMOUNT OF
SUCH REDUCTION. , .
; CHEVROLET MOTOR CO. OF OREGON.
M. D. DOUGLAS.
1 :50 P. M.
the greater outfielders baseball has
ever known. He is the only playinn
manager tn any major Hague and it
fs sufficient testimony to his ability as
a leader to have developed in leas than
two years an aggregation of players
that was able to win for Cleveland its
first championship in major league
Iloth Tems In Trim
When the teams take the field Tues
day they, will be in as good condition
physically as tt fs possible for two
teams of athletes to be after the stren
uous campaigns they hav ; been
through. The races in both leagues
were not decided as early as usual,
Brooklyn winning the National League
pennant less than a week before the
close of the season and Cleveland cap
turlg the American league title onry
one day before the close of the season.
It is almost certain that Speaker will
call on his pitching ace, Jim Baghy,
in the opening game, unless Stanley
Coveleskie exhibits the better form.
Manager Robinson will start either
Marquard or Smith, with the chance?
favoring the former because of his
good pitching in recent games.
NEW YORK, Oct 4. (A. P.)De-
mand for seats for the world scries
games, the first of which will be play
ed at Brooklyn tomorrow, today far
exceeded the capacity. Thousands of
applications must be returned. ,
tory" has constituted a promise to Hie
world wt would sustain?
This Ih the most momentous issue
that has ever been prfipntd to the
people of the United States, and I do
not doubt that the hope of the whole
world will be verified by an absolute
assertion by the voters of the country
of the -determination of the United
States to live up to all the great expfc-
tations which they created by enur
ing the war and enabling the other na
tions of the World to' brine to a vic
torious conclUHion to thp confUMion of
Prussian it$m" and' eerythintf that rises
out of Prusfitanism. ,
Surely we shall; not fail to keep thej
promise sealed in the death and sac
rifice of our "incomparable soldiers,
sailors and marines who await our
verdict beneath the sod of Prance.
Those who do not care to tell you
the truth about the league of Nations
telt you that Article X of the coven
ant of the Iveagne of Nations would
make it possible for other nations tu
lead us into war, whether we willed
It by our- own independent judgment
or not. . This is absolutely false.
Wlsole World Watts. .
There is nothing in the covenant
which in the least interferes with or
impairs the right of congress to de
clare war or not declare war, accord
ing to its own independent judgment.
our constitution provides. Those
who drew the covenant of the league
were careful that it should contain
nothing which interfered with or im-
nfiirerl thf rnnstitm inna I nrrnn?otnAnt
of any of the great nations which are f
to constitute its membership. They
would have been' amazed and indig
nant at the things that are now being
Ignorantly said about this great and
sincere document. .
The whole world will wait for your
verdict in November as it would wait
for an intimation of what its future
to be. WOODROW WILSON.
Tha Largest Diamond dealer in Eastern
.GRUEri WATCHES? :''SfV
E RUNNERS BURN . illffiHOR-ACIIY '
BRIDGES BEHIND THEMl RAIDED BY REDS
' ni'TTR. Mont., ()t. . (I P.)
lii-portH received hf-re trnm fiilford,
a small tuwo near the Canuli:m bor
der, indicate "hcioze runners" engag
ed in smuggling contra hand whixkey
over the border adopted the expedient
of literally burning their bridges be
hind them in order to elude purtuit.
Sheriff Matt McLain, while pursuing
an auto trtickload of whiskey he had
learned had cro.ssed the internationul
boundary, a halted when he reach
ed Milk river and found t bridire
turned down. He found ev'.:.. rc -di-;it'ii
the booze smugftlera -1
r-oire-i gasoline over "the bridge tii.i
bers and pet them on fire.
TOKIO, ext. 4. fA. P.) Japnneea
troops have been xent to Hun-Chun
Manchuria, near the "Korean frontier,
which was raided Saturday. The at
tacking party consisted ot Russian
bolshevik!, say Korean and Chinese
reports. Ten Japanese were killed
and 32 were wounded. Forty-eitrht
raiders were killed or injured.
Moved Back to
makes for im
and better ,
energy ibr the
The Sugar Saver
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOft Lease 1500 acres of sum
merfallow caterpillar, gas harves
ter, 60 head of mules and outfit also
1500 acres to plow in sprint. Located
about 10 miles from Moro Sherman
county. Ore. Address E. P. Marshall
CLFTRKS, (men, women) nver 17, for
Postal Mall Service, $135 month.
Examinations October. Kxterience
unnecessary.- For free particulars.
write J. Leonard, (former Civil Ser
vice Examiner) 99 Equitable Bldg.
Washington, D. C. -
FOR -BALE Seed rye Economy pro-
LOST Round-smooth wrist watch be
tween court house and Golden Rule
Hotel finder return to Mrs. Fred
Keenly, Golden Rule Hotel, liberal re
FtR SALK 6-room bunKalow tn A-l
condition on good street Phone
THE3 NAMETAKBKS for R. I Polk
I A Co.'s new Pendleton City and County
Directory have been started to work
and would appreciate it if every one
called on would endeavor to Rive all
required Information aa carefully as
FOR RBNT J rooms with double
. beds, also board if desired reason
able prices Phone 644-J, 30S Lilleth.
Officers and members of V. B. A. of
Maccabees will hold their regular
meeting- at Eagle-Woodman Hall at 2
p. m. Tuesday afternoon. The new
members desiring their certificates are
requested to be present. Visiting,
members especially invited. By order
Of Commander and Captain of Guard.
jTiaajr. ttjfajtw .&-..:' A.- J
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court .
Phone 880 or 881
BY PAYING CASH
When you trade here and PAY CASH for your
table supplies you are assured that you have made a
DIRECT SAVING. A little saving on each article
amounts to quite a sum at the end of the year.
Try this system and each day note just how much
you save and then you can readily see what it will
mean in six months or a year's time.
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880 or 881
Now is Your Chance to Save a Few Dollars
r . While Our -
Introductory Shoe SaFe
Is Going On
W. R, TAYLOR
If elected will strive to
give the people an economi
cal and efficient adminis
tration. fPald Adv
Every shoe in thp house reduced for this week only.
Men's Black Gun Metal Blu., all solid leather at $5.93
Men's Dark Tan English, leather sole, rubber heel,
Men's Black Vici Kid Bin., wide toe, custnon sole,
rubber heel at $8.45
Women's Black Kid Lace, military heel, turn sole,
Women's Brown Kid and Calf Oxfords, wplt. solo
military heel at $8.95
Boys' Gun Metal Blu., round toe, all leather at $3.95
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Narroua Diseases and
Diseases of Women. X-Ii&y Klsctro
rem pie Bide. Room It
735 Main St.
Jack Winer, Mgr.