East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, October 19, 1920, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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DAILY EAST ORSGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON! TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19,1020.
TWELVE PAGES
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LEADER TURNS FROM
Former Johnson Manager and
vejuui,u xiicviur xorsaKes
Anti-League Candidate After
' the Dea Moines Speech.
Directory of Architects; Builders and Supply, Dealers; Timei Hints and Suggestions About Building.
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LOS AN'OIXEH. Oct 1 9 Declar
es that a point hnrt been reached
where a decent self-respect Mould not
How him to continue his support of
Nenulor llanlinir's candidacy for the
presidency. Marshall .Stimson of this J
city, a life-long republican, and one of
the 'most prominent memlers of the'
lepuhllcan party In California to-j
night issued a statement. In which he I
bitterly scored Senator Harding fori
his politics and urged republicans as!
their must effective menu r .....
to vote for the democratic nominee
Governor Cox, he said, had shown
wisdom in takine the KMe of the right
and roura to be positive In express
ing his view.
"I maintain that to prevent exploi
tation of party loyalty by unscrupu
lous politicians, there must be in such
h...v runsiuerauje number of men
and women who. when policies too
corrupt or shameful are Imposed up
on their party arc not afraid to put
their country's welfare ahead of that
of their party and cross the party lines
..,,,. . . r measures they be
lieve in sincerely."
Stimson stated that he approved of
Harding-s early statements that he
would seek advice and consultation on
. matters of public policy, but follow
ing Senator Harding's Pes Moines
speech it was Impossible not to fear
i.u.v .no wrong type of men would
control him.
In Stimson's statement he explains
his position In favor of the league de
claring. "It Is better to be in and ex
ercise our Influence to prevent war
than to stand out in order to be able
to consider the issues and come In
after the war has started. Standing
out we condemn not only ourselves
but the rest of the world to the terri
fic burden of nrmnmoix h..u.t .
Its Inevitable result, another and more
i mi- war. :
"Senator Harding is either sincere
or he Is not sincere," said Stimson
"when he says the Senator Johnson's
Los Angeles speech shows that John
son Is in accord with the republican
platform and the republican candi
date If sincere, then Sir. Harding
wishes to scrap the league and make
a separate nenno M'ith
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foolish and shameful policy that I can
not endorse. Of course if he is not
sincere on a great issue like this, I
would not deem him fit for presi
dent," Marshall Stimson was campaign
manager for Johnson In southern Cal
ifornia in 1910. delegate to republican
national convention in 1912, president
elector on the republican ticket, 1912,
also member of the republican state
executive committee 1910-20 and one
of the most influential and prominent
republicans in California. j
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Let us show you our complete line of P. & CorbMocks
and Hardware.
"OWN TOCR OW.V nOMJE"
643 Main Street
Universal Stoves &Fumaces
"SERIVCE"
Photra 81
DESERTS HARDING
' BECAUSE OF HIS'
- FIGHT ON LEAGUE
SAX FRAXCI5CO, Oct 19. Mrs.
Timothy Healy, who was organizer
for women In William Kent's cam
paign for the republican nomination
of United States senator, has bolted
the republican party and will vote
for Governor Cox because of his stand
on the league of nations Issue. Mrs.
Healy, Is prominent In political affairs
in San Francisco and was ardent in
ner suport of Congressman Kent.
Senator Harding's statement regard
ing the covenant of the league of na
tions that "It Is not interpretation but
rejection that I am seeking," thus
placing himself squarely opposea 10
the leaeue was the compelling -cause
that moved Mrs. Healy to declare her
self for Cox. .
Painting
flie New Home
Let OS paint jour home -at lout let ,
us figure with you before you let the Job.
PHOENIX , .
PURE '
f . PAINT
t be beat
Paper ITanxIng, Calcimlnlng and Inter
ior Decorating that gives NatWactloo.
GET Om ESTIMATES
MURPHY BROS.
121 E. Court Street Telephone S18
. 'William Earley was Issued a , per
mit yesterday for the building of a
woodxhed at 818 Sycamore street. Tho
cost will be t?5.
- - Store Is Changed.
The Nyo-Ward Co., : rmorry v the
Dunlup Cigar Store, is altering the In
terior of their store. Tha work con
sists of moving tho hhicony to tho .
rear of tha building. Th change will
'cost $200. -' ' "
fiet Elmrto PtanM. : .
Rothroek Brothers, farmers on Wild
Horjo, ore installing an electric llght-
ins plant which will use power from
the Pacific Power amf Light Co. A
transformer Is being put on their place
to step down the current-from 2S.OO0
Volts to 110 volts for household use.
Oho of tho brothers has a new farm
home ' under construction nnd the
other is abent to start construction.
The plant will serve. both.
Frnoo Will Ho nllt. '
. Matlock & Greullch, owners of the
lot adjoining the Alta theUer, will
erect a small fence along the sidewalk
both on Alui and Cottonwood streets.
The lot Is lower than the sidewalk
nnd there Is possibility of persona suf
fering a fall should they step' over the
edge of tho walk. The fence will be
of tho rail type and will be painted.
To Erert Sinn II House.
V. C. Carson has been issued a per
mlt to erect a small house on proper
ty in Edgewood addition. It will cost
B.'B; P. & R.C.
DUNHAM, BROWNLOW, PAYNE & ROSS
General Contractor and Builder
Tlaning Mill, 705 W. Alta St., phone 737 Shop and Office,
Golden Rule Hotel Basement, Corner Court and
s Johnson Sta., phone 383, . :
We do All Kind of Building and Repair Work and Mill Work
of All Kind Estimate Free of Charge See
V U Before? You Build. "
DUNHAM, BROWNLOW, PAYNE & ROSS
Mill Phone, 737
Shop Phone, 383
NEW CHINESE ENVOY
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r WASHINGTON The State ue
partment has received official
adrlce from Pckln stating that
Sao-Ke Alfred Sze baa been ap
pointed minister to the United
State by the government ot
Chins. He succeed Vf Kytiin
Wellington Koo, who has been
made Chinese minister to Great
Britain. Tbe new ambassador to
Washington from China was edu
cated at Cornell. Ue has held
everal cabinet posts.
C M. GRISWOLD
GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Residences,1 Business Buildings- Apartment3,
Churches, Garages, Farm Buildings, Job Work.
Let me give you estimates on your job.
" "OWN YOVn OWN HOSfE"
728 Cottonwood St
Phone 744
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Ravv Material to
Finished Product
; PIG IRON TO PISTONS
'A Machine Shop Second to
None.
A Modernly Equipped Foundry
Employing Modern. Methods .
Phone 71 .
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Burns Foundry
and Mch. Works
Cottonwood and Water Sts
UALITY FlIiTUR
H)WN l'OClt OWN1I6MW' i i
Careful Attention Given
TO YOUR HOUSE WIRING
will give you the best service and prevent
many a fire. We use care in all our work
; ' ELECTRIC FIXTURES
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Toe largest and finest stork In eastern Oregon to select from.. Wo would
. . " be pleased to TUrure with yon.
J. L. yAUGIIAN
Pendleton's Dlff
Electrloal Store
S00 B. Court Street
Telephone 13S
.: -When painting your home, why
not get the best.
LdUI OBCii
HIGH STANDARD1 PAINTS
Get my figures on painting, papering and calcimining
before you let the job.
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' Paints,' oils, varnishes, calcimine, ""'
- ' biUHhes, picture framing, glass, etc.
L J. McATEE
THE PIWCTICAIj PAINT SIAN
S15 Main Street Telephone 158
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KKI0IDS
(GRANULES)
E2 INDIGESTION
Tut f ood io food; duaslre
fautaatlyea ton in aria watr
Uk a needed. , ,
QUICK REUEFI
Aua in TAM4.ET ponM roa f HI JLM
WHO PSEfS TMEM.
act T icon ft SOWKE
MAKERS OF
Pendleton on Saturdas"' exemplified
the stories which came over the wires
from eastern and middle western cen
ters of trade telling ot drastic reduc
tions being made In the cost of living.
AlgHt of the large mercantile entabllsh
ments of the city opened sales on
clothing Saturday, giving locally the
first taste of lower prices.
The effort of merchants to fall In
line with eastern reductions, although
their goods were purchased at. the peak
of prices, met with hearty response
from men and women. Reductions of
from 20 to 25 per cent in men's over
coats and suits and (big reductions In
women' ready to wear articles
brought out buyers eager to show their
appreciation.
Sugar, potatoes and several dther
articles of staple foodstuffs likewise
are going lower In the scale, making
the dollar of the local purchaser go
further In that field aa well as In cloth
ing. Confectioneries Quoted lower
prices on candies at the week end.
Rome of the establishments which
ion Saturday placed their entire stocks
I of clothing and furnishings on sale at
new price announced that these fig
urea would remain in force indefinitely.
I Goods for spring, some say, are to be
available on a new level and the deal-
ers are anxious to dispose of their
'stocks now while fall and winter goods
. are In season. The general reductions
! have been a, stimulus to local business.
I counteracting a tendency prior to the
presidential ltttj, -t alk'W business
W uy ide fur politica,
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PORTLAND, Ore., Oct.. 19. Port
land, Ore., will become the home port
of the old battleship Oregon, veteran
of the Spanish-American war, if rec
ommendations made by the chief of
the bureau of navigation1 of the navy
department are carried out, according
to special dispatches from Washing
with George White, adjutant general'
of Oregon. Admiral counts, chief of
the operations division of the navy de
partment was quoted In the dispatch
es as saying he favored the plan.
The Oregon, at present la out of
commission ami Is stationed at the
Puget Sound Navy Tard at Bremerton,
Washington. If brought to Portland
she will be used as a training ship.
CUT THIS OUT IT IS
WORTH MONEY .
feON'T MISS THIS. Cot out this
lip, enclose it with 5e cad mail to Foley
&Co..2843 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III.,
writing your name and addren clearly.
. You will receive in return atrial paekago
containing Foley's Honey and Ttr Com
pound, (or bronchisl and Is grippe coughs,
cold and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for
Ume back, weak kidneys, rheUmatiim,
bladder troubles; and Foley Cathartic Tab
lets, a wholesome an thoroughly cleans
ing cathartic for coninpstion, oilloutnM,
. headache and sluggish bowels. You will
slm receive, free of charge, Foley's
f amily Almanac, containing "Alphabet
for Children" and ''Health Hints";
Foley's Booklet on Kidy Diseases'
and a few simple ;ggettiM for those
hiving kidney snd bladder double. YotJ
con secara aU thcta for on't 5c . ,
1 THE FIRST ill. BANK
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of Pendleton
WV MEMBEISM
FEDERAL BESEttVE1
KYBTEMatfl
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Offers ah unexcelled banking service to in
dividuals and corporations; transacts a
general banking business and maintains
special departments tfitb. facilities of the
highest character.
Acts as administrator of estates, or as ex
ecutor or trustee under wills.
' PENDLETON, OREGON 1
ANNOUNCEMENT
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We beg to announce that we have pur
chased the Insurance business heretofore
conducted by Joe Kerley, located at 721
Main street, Pendleton, at which location w,e
will continue this business.
On behalf of the former owner we desire
to tharjc you for the patronage you have so
kindly extended and trust that we may be
favored with a continuance Of the same-' .
. We are thoroughly familiar with the In
surance business and the needs of the in
suring public, and herewith offer you our
service in any matter relating to all kinds
ofinsurance. .:u.uil3&
Yours very truly, tN h
BENT LEY & HODGES ..
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