Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1920)
VA? "TWELVE PA0E3
DAILY EAST C2EG0S1AN, PENDLEION, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1920
GENERAL IS "SANDWICH MAN"
Wear your Clothes out
on your Back Don't Xj.
Rub them awav in h-0
1 , ,
; Mtt.i ' HELP
If 1 - ',,,il- 1 mmmn$
r J J
BORAX SOAP CHIPS
Iv.mp:. Xw" . ?&7gt K.!; :b, ifHi t
a KmtV V f As.' ' P(Mri t
PENETRATE THE FABRIC AND
LOOSEN THE DIRT, WHILE
PRESERVING THE TEXTURE.
-DIRT CAN NOT RESIST THEM
"yf" : i; '.: ,. w a i
- i f tiTfiffiiiiiinw,
tAmAMi hiflttAv vnnnrfll fi a nandwlch man! Members
of the British Middle Class Union, an organization t flnt
the high cost of living, recently held a parade with sandwich boards.
The Picture hows Brig. Oen. Roberts. C. B., and the sign he carried
in the parade. The "buy less" campaign which the organization Is
fostering is already having its ell t. it to said.
"its the borax in the soap
that does the work-
Is W Oman's Vote Wasted?
Five say no I One, yes! Woman's vote is merely
a weapon. Do you agree with Mary G. Kilbreth
or Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt? See Hearst's for
CALLING A SPADE A STEAMPLOW
by O. K. Chesterton
Alto in ifearsf'a (or November
Can We do without War?
Has war been a ruling, constructive idea in all
human societies? What can we find to take its
place? Read H. G. Wells, The Future of Man
kind, in Hearst's for November.
THE LITTLE RED FOOT
A New Novel by Robert W. Chambers
Alto In Hori(' for November
Do Men Marry RedKair?
Is the old theory that there is just one woman
for every man, nonsense? Is Romance largely
a matter of propinquity? Read what the marriage
licenses indicate in Hearst's for November.
And in addition to these, there are 3 other great
novels, 7 other vivid short stories, and 8 other
special articles all in
.A Magazine mth a Mission
FOR NOVEMBER -NOW ON SALE BY
Leedy's Cigar Store L G, Frazier 5
Griggs' Cigar Store Welch Cigar Store
Nye-Ward Co. Thompson Drug
' Sol Baum
Distributor, LEO ADLER, Baker Ore
Niiiteen cases arc lisled on the dock
et of the state KUprerne court for it
wml-snnual Kastrn Oregon Rpsaion
which openn In the circuit court room
next Monday, Oct. 25. In reality there
will bo 23 or more cuumi, a five sulti
In which Twohy Brothers are appel
ur.t, will he argued ua one.
The appeal of W. V. Wilder, under
sentence to life ImprlHonment for the
murder of Hert McXeece 13 months
ago on Wlldcr's ranch near Frecwater,
1 one of the t-wo caws from I'matllla
county U come lefore the sesKlon.
Wilder h!U4 been In prison for. more
limn lx months, nerving time on his
sentence. He wan convicted at the
Jiuui.'iiy term of court.
1111 lirp 1iorsi Oiiilosted
An appeal by Charles A. Johnson
aralnirt Kay KelUr, on a Judgment for
pasture char)te, Is the second case
from this county. Peterson, Hifhop j
& Clark, of Pendleton, represent Ooth
Wilder and Johnson, appelanla In the
Malheur county fnrnlnhes five of the
19 cases listed on the docket, while the
five Twohy cases, counted on the
docket as one, are from Crook county.
The complete list of cases and the
date they are set for hearing, follows:
Jlonday? Oct. 23 Amos Aramburn,
administrator, respondent, vs., lanaclo
OuerricaKoltia ,et al., appellants; Lor
en Oolcochea, appellant, vs. IRnacio
GuerricaKoltla, respondent; United
States National Bank of Vale, appel
lant, vs. Catherine U Pheahan, respon
dent; all of Malheur county;' Clifford
D. Iugsle respondent, vs. Frew W.
mythhe, appellant, Harney county;
State of Oregon, respondent, vs. Wil
liam Stevenson, appellant, Malheur
county; J. A. Pope, respondent, vs.
John MncDonald, appellant, Grant
county; Mary Cole et al., respondents,
vs. Kdgar Marvin, county Judge, et al,
appellants, Wallowa county.
Twony tnscs itum ii
Tuesday, Oct. 26. William Afarks,
' respondent, va Twohy Brothers Co.,
'appellant, Crook county; State of Ore
gon, appellant, vs. Price Gates, respon
dent; Stale of Oregon, respondent, vs.
Frank Turnbow. appellant, both from
Union county; Stnto of Oregon, re
spondent, vs. W. W. Wilder, appellant,
Umatilla county; First. National Bank
of F.lgin, appellant, vs. Summervllle
Lumber Co., et al., respondents; Kd
ward O. Wilson, respondent, vvs. North
Powder Milling it Mercantile Co., et
al., appellants, both from Union coun
ty; Kay Keller, respondent vs. Charles
A. Johnson, appellant, Umatilla county-
Wednesday, Oct. 27. Percy M.
Johnson, respondent, vs. Homestead
Iron Dyke Mines Co., appellants; G.
P. Clerin, respondent, respondent, vs.
K. 8. Eccles, et al, appellants; Glroux
Brothers, respondents, vs. Charles
Pockler, appellant, all of Baker coun
ty; First National Bank of Vale, re
spondent, vs. Emma H. Hallady, et al.,
appellant, Malheur county, and F.
Wiiitermute, appellant, vs. O. W. R. &
N. Co., respondent, Baker county.
FIRST DEATH IN CORK
Appear At Your
If yea receive a tudden
caller or n uneipccted In
vitation you can feel con
fident of aliay appearing
t vour best. In but a few
moments it render to your
rtln a wrndcrtully pure.
aofl complexion mat u
l bevond comparison.
'ft . ! m
Test the Tone of this.
BUS ii .i 1 2
At for Strad'ivapA
Master Musical Instrument
Hrr tlie f tratliv.-ra si a toloisr note the perfect rlsr-fy of the tone.
Hear with tlte ScraJivara sny numlier of voices or instruments together
observe thet die voice of each singer or each instrument it clear-cut mi
imblornsd crcatirg vividly the itnpmsion that tlie artists are Rally present.
I ut btnulivcra plays awry tnaka ol record.
CaQ and hear tlie CtraJivara Demonstrated.
IVr Rale by
TAIXMAN & CO.
Phone 147 rendlcton, Ore.
CORK, Oct. 19. (A. P.) The first
death among the hunger strikers In
Cork Jail occured Ftinday night. Flts
perjld died at 9:45 ' o'clock, having
fusted 68 days.
The condition of Fitzgerald and
Murphy hat! become so grave yester
day that, with the cotment of the oth
er hunger strikers, the prison doctors
were permitted to give Fltz Gerald
medical treatment. A cork specialist
also was called in.
Fitzgerald was one of the eleven
men on a hunger strike In the Cork
Jail whose cases for a long time live
been the source of wonderment by
medical authorities. Nearly a mouth
ago Dr. Pearson and Dr. Battiscomfce,
ail physicians, expressed profound
amazement that the men abstaining
from food were still alive and' con
scious. The physicians said that ex
cept for the devotion and care of the
nuns it was certain that several would
lone; since have been dead.
All the hunger strikers were declar
ed to have been reduced to a severe
degree of emaciation.
Release fcrlfomenwho Suffer
The multitude of American women who suffer terribly day after day
and year alter year from ills peculiar totheirsex is almost beyond belief
yet there is hardly a town or hamlet in the United States wherein
some woman, and often many, do not "eside who have been restored
to health from someof the worst forms of female ills,and oftenavoided
operations by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
These Two Women Tell of Their Experience.
C'amillton, Ivy." I suffered almost Oualaska, Wis. "Every month I
two yearn Willi female waJ:nes. I Had sucti pains ui my tacit anu ioer
could not walk any tllsta::ce, ride or
lake any exercise at all without resting.
If 1 swept the floor or did. any kind tf
work it would bring my sickness oil
I wa.s weak and languid, bad no energy,
and life was a misery to me. I wa.j
under the care of a good physician for
several months and tried other reme
dies. I had read of Lydia E. l'inkliaui'a
, Vegetable Compound and decided to
try it. After taking twelve bottles I
found myself much improved and I
took mx more. I have never had any
more trou'.de in that respect since. I
have done all kinds of work and at
present cm an attendant at a 8tato.
iiospital and am fecline Jine. I shall
always recommend vourVefMahleCom
poun'd." Lillian Tiiakp, 824 fcouth cth
(Street, CarroUton, Ky.
part of stomach I could not lie in bed.
1 suffered so it (seemed as thougti I
wojiid die, and I was not regular either.
I buli'ered tor a year and was unfit to do
my housework, could only wash dishes
once ia a while. ' I read an advertise
ment of what Lydia 11 Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound Lad done for
other women and decided to try it. It
surely did -wonders for me. I have
no pains now and can do my owa
hoirework -without any trouble at alL
I v.i.l nlv-ays praise your medicine B3
I Co not LehVvij there is a doctor that
can do as much gxl for female -weakness
as can LyULi E. Piukhaui's Vege
table Compound and you may i.:;o
these facts as a testimoniaL" il's.
Lester E. Vaiixer, 11 1, Box 69,
Thousands of Such Letters Prove the Curative Vahie of
if nil i-ii o fa&Wrs is 2 R op ! tj e 1 I
pwwiii" Ilml""'i! III
COX RESTS FOR LAST
YELLOW AUTOMOBILE IS
CAMDEX. X. J., Oct. 15. (A. p.)
New Jersey authorities have been
seeking three younpr men aeen In a
yellow automobile Friday near the se
cluded spot at Ortcks Crossway whrfe
the body of David S. Paul, messenger
for the Broadway Trust company of
Camden, was found Saturday.
When he disappeared Oct. 5, Paul
was taklns 110,000 In cash ana 15,
000 In checks to a Philadelphia bank.
No mcney was found on the body but
ill the checks were intact In a' pocket.
An autopsy showed death was caus
ed by skull fracture and Paul had
been killed not more than 24 hours
before the body was found .
CLEVELAND. Oct. 18. (A. . P.)
Governor Cox obtained a full day's
rest Sunday In preparation for .what
his associates said would be a whirl
wind finish of his campaign. During
the next fortnight he will make his
fight in the great population centers
of the eastern and central states, be
ginning Monday in Syracuse, Roches
ter and Buffalo, N. Y.
A Madison Square Garden speech
at New York next Saturday night will
close the week, and the following
week the candidate will speak at In
dianapolis, Chicago and other mid
The league of nations promised to
be virtually the exclusive battle
ground of Governor Cox for the re
mainder of the campaign. His advis
ors today said that he would stress the
contention that Senator Hardinp
stands for rejection of the league, but
still crying "Kamerad, Kamerad to
the hosts of peace," comprising re
publicans and Independents favoring
Governor Cox attended vesper ser
vice at Trinity Episcopal cathedral
and Sunday night conferred with E. H.
Moore, Youngstown, Ohio, his person
al adviser. Mr. Moore said that pros
pects for Governor Cox's election
re "Improving daily."
NIP OF CANNED HEAT
FIRST CLASS FIRE WATER
FOR REDMAN'S THIRST
When real whiskey was extant, red
men cal.fd it firewater. Now that
substitutes only are available, the red
skins ore turning to various ulcoholic
substances for their beverages. Per
haps with an Idea to sticking to the
literal meaning of the term fire water,
George Dick, a reservation Indian", on
Saturday night told the police he had
become drunk on Sterno.
Sterno is sold as canned heat. It is
a mixture of para f fine and alcohol.
somewhat denatured. The alcoholic
content Is said to be about "6 per cent.
George had five cans of the substance
when arrested. ' He told the method
of preparation as follows:
"Dig out dope, put 'em In hot water.
Mraln 'em, drink. Mike feel good."
Reputable merchant, the chief of
Police said today, have wondered at
the recent demand for Sterno on the
part of Indians and some white men.
They are to be Informed that Instead
of furnishing quick heat it is belli
used for fire water in hope thev will
refuse to sell further to Indians for
purposes or consumption. George, the
offender, w;.s f inertt $M
Cabaret Dancing Every Evening at the
Basement St. George Hotel
Come and dance to your heart's content
amid the most favorable surroundings.
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
M-'f,-flve- tly, I
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only look fr the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
hild Is having the best and most
harmless physio for the little stomach,'
iver and bowels, children love lt
fruity taste. Full directions on each
We offer subject to Prior Sale and Change in Price
The Unsold Portion, City of
Province of Alberta
General Obligation 6 per cent Gold Notes
NEW WHEAT RECORD INSIGHT
This year's wheat crop of the Edmonton district has been estimated
at 68.000.000 bushels. It is expected to surpass the record-breaking yield
of the year lSlo. Estimated yields for other grains are as follows: Gats,
112.000,000 bushels, averaging nearly 40 bushels to the acre: barley. 8.
000.000 bushels, running about 20 bushels per acre, and rye, 1,700,000
bushels, with an average yield of SO bushels an acre.
Prices Subject to Increase Without Notice
DATED SEPTEMBER 1, ltl.'O Denamlnatloiui $100. S.V10 mn SIOOO.
Maturity aa Follows! .l'r'n'Pal V' semi-annual interest
Due Sent 1 1i' Price u Mrch 1 and September t), payable in
line bept. I, 1? 1 rice St. S3 v s. old Coin tn New York and at the
Due Sept. 1, l!23....1rice 92.45 offices of Morris Drothera. Inc.
Grosa assessed valuation tl.a$.T1!l W
Value .Municipal Property (not including Public Utilities)..., 11.03S.3K.00
Net Debenture Debt 9.4SS.S)? AO
Revenue from Public I'tiliti.s (above cost ol" operation !i7.77J.0O
Net Local Improvement Debt rat payers' share) 5.(!i I.TM.00
In addition to being General Obligation Notes, these are
cecured by long-time debentures totaling $2,594,420.
Legality Appraved by Malone, Maloae Taranlo. I'aaaaa
TKLKCHOM: UK TEI.E(.H Arn KKI1EHS AT Ol K EV l't SE.
MORRIS BROS., Inc.
Katakllaheal "Tlie Premier Maalelp.l Hna.1 Haa.-
I'nrtlaaal. Or., Marrla Hull-Una-.,
Oi a tloa-lt Mark. Braa4may Sill.
Seattle, V ah4 t'rntral Hid,
ttaartrr Taraaia. tah., fidelity 1!Uk.
8aa r marine. ( al., Mrreaaala .Natlaaat
Crataty ---- - Baak, Hultalna.
ootUe. You must say "California," 1
for Ins experiment,