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SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1620.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
MOTOR CAR RESPONSIBLE
Attend the Second Annual
BEAUTV.of f!gn, beauty
of nu, beauty of con
Bruchon and beauty of tone lend
a four fold disttndion to the
Stradivara. But, of all con
sideratiotts, the most important
is the Tone.
Exquisite Stradivara Tone
The Stradivara Sound Board of fdge
gnuned wood give a new charaflcf to
music reproduction. With you '
hear only the sweet, fluty, ruturatnesi
of the original music Whether in
atrument or voice, the true character
of tone is perfedly reproduced through
the magic of this Patented Sound
Board, and it is an exclusive and pat
ented feature of the Stradivara.
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Absent Voters' ballots are In biff do
niHiid thin year and the motor car's
Thn reason I that winter vacation
ists nro hitting the trail early thin fall
for the ronorts In Florida and Califor
nia, Formerly most of, them migrat
ed from the "cold lnndT' by train and
didn't atari until nearly Christmas.
This year they are going In automo
biles and are marling early to take ad
vantage of the good roads and fine fall
Tli In premature exodua In causing
election boards to he swamped with
request for absent voters' ballots.
Few of the winter resortera men or
women want to losse their chance of
voting In the presidential election and
consequently are voting before they
leave their home cities.
The Increased use of motor cam b
the winter vacationist la ehon b
the number of requests for road Infor
mntlon reaching the Travel and Trams
Tort Bureau of the B. F. Goodrich
Rubber Co. During the part iwi
months. 15,000 Florida road map.-
have been distributed. The demand
for California maps from persons llv
Ing east of the ruckles has been al
most as great.
The requests show that about 90 per
cent of the winter rpsorters from the
states east of the Mississippi wilt go
to Florida for the cold months. Va
cationists from the Mississippi valley
are dividing in almot equal numbers
to go lo Florida, resorts on the Oulf,
and to California. Practically all re
sorters from the Mississippi valley
west are going to California.
It is estimated by the Goodrich bur
eau that at least a half- million per
sons will take part In this winter mbr
ration. If the winter In the north is
severe, the number probably will In
crease to a million. A large majlrlty
of the vacatlonlBta will spend at least
a month In the land of sunshine and
folwers while many will spend the en
tire winter there.
To accommodate those who Intend
to mntr to the winter resorts, the
Goodrich Travel and Transport bur
pau Is collecting the latest Information
regarding the roads throughout the
south and on the Pacific Coast. Path
finders are now going through the tcr
ritory to learn exactly what conditions
will be encountered. All such Infor
matlon is distributed to motorists
without charge on request.
Thaeastern route to Florida through
Washington, Richmond, Raleigh, Co
lumbia, and AugUBta Is recommended
bv the Goodrich Bureau. The route
through Cincinnati. Louisville. Nash
ville. Chattanooga, and Atlanta Is bad
In many places, particularly in bad
weather. Anyone taking this route Is
advised to carry with them several
tow lines, lacks, chains and a hand
Nov. 1 to 5, 1920
At the Union Stockyards
TUESDAY Western Royal Building Fund Stock Sale.
WEDNESDAY Shorthorn Sale, under auspices American
Shorthorn Breeders Association.
THURSDAY Hereford Sale, under auspices American Here
ford Breeders Association.
FRIDAY Swine sale all breeds.
Premier Exhibit More than 3000 Head of Stock
$2090 in Premiums
APPEAL IS MADE FOR
NEW YORK, Oct, 23, (U. P.)
Further reduction in steel prices must
"be made, B. If: Gary, chairman, of the
board of directors, of the United States
stoel corporation, told the American
iron and stoel Institute here today.
Gary said the. considered voluntary re
duction In selling prices and decreases
In orders In certain lines of Industry
as a healthful condition.
"Now, a general public, including
particularly thong who are neither sel
lers nor buyers to a liirge extent, will
In one way or another bring fair and
reasonable adjustment of prices. The
law of supply and demand will be the
principal factor," he said.
reasonable and Just In reducing our
prices if and when other reductions
and costs permit and then with level
COLLEGE ENTRANCE IS
heads, clear minds and honest convic
tions stand solid as against panic or
lack of confidence in the Industrial
NKW YORK, Oct 23. (A
American youths entering college have
Increased In numbers at a record rate
during the past aix years and if the
proportionate growth Is continued to
1350 there will be 1,138,000 students
"Let us bo .to Institutions where 294,000 were
enrolled last year. These figures, com
piled by the Institute for Public Service
have raised the question of where the
money needed to educate these larger
Broups will come from.
Julius H. Barnes, chairman of the
Institute, found In a study of the fig'
ures compiled that this year's increase
In the number of students enrolled in
the colleges ha set a new record
Finest Livestock of the West. '
Show hours 9:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.
Special Arena Program Daily.
Opening Livestock Show of the 1920 Tri-State Circuit to be followed by Northwest
livestock Show at Lewiston, Idaho, Nov. 7-12 and the Pacific International . Live
stock Show at North Portland, Oregon, Nov. 13-20. .
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Stop Letting Rims Abuse Your Tires!
Federals exceed in mileage because
none of their wear is needlessly
wasted by rim-chafe.
) Federals alone have the Double
Cable-Base those four . staunch
cables of twisted steel about which
you have read so much. These
cables anchor the tire solidly against
the rim and prevent rim -cuts,
blow outs just above the rim, tube
pinching, etc. There's real economy
in using Federal Tires. A trial will
ALLEN-KNIGHT CO., Inc.
Colleges which In 1914 had.187,000
ttudenta and last year Z94,uju win en
roll 471,000 in 1930 and S31.00W m
1950, If they continue the same num
ber ineiMuse each year, a report of
the Institute mates. But, if they grow
at the average percentage rate of the
last six sears, they will have 659,ou
rtudents In 1930 and 1,138,000 twenty
Taking the lower -estimate for 1950,
it "means finding facilities for more
than three times the total of 1920 as
six or seven times the salary cost,"
said the report. "It means adding
644,000 students, or 200 colleges the
size of Yale last year.
The Instittute asks, "Will the money
to provide education for the increased
number of students come from taxa
tion, endowment, private gifts and
larger fees? Must present universities
grow or more universities be built?"
In numbers, the largest Increase In
six years Is credited to the College. of
the City of New York with a growth
of 6.800, followed by the University of
California "with 6,200 Increase and
Boston University with 4.700. Yale
waa one of four institutions which had
fewer students than six years ago, its
decrease being 81, the Institute report
concluding his observations, Mr..
narnea said there is "reason to believe
that In any future democratizing of
opportunities for higher education, aft
ernoon and night classes at colleges
and extension classes away frdm col
leges will be needed to eive th !..
tlclty which the demand requires."
PLANNED SAYS LETTER
SACRAMENTO, Oct. 23. (V. P.)
I. W. W. plan a "comprehensive blow
up" in California tonight, with every
federal building, three newspaper
plants, the state capitol and. other
buildings marked for destruction, ac
cording to a letter received at the fov
ernor's office today. The letter was
written -with a typewriter on flimsy
FIUCD FOUND B hltX
CHICAGO. Oct. IS. (V. P.) Six
officials of the Consumers Packlnit
Company, charged with using: t,he
mails to defraud, face jail sentences 'of
70 years. They were found guilty
on fourteen counts by a Jury last night.
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It is a significant fact that the largest city in America, in placing
the largest order for motor equipment ever placed by a municipality to
meet the severest hauling problem ever undertaken by a municipality,
awarded the contract to the largest manufacturer of motor trucks in
Two hundred and twelve White 5-ton power dumping trucks with
Double Reduction Gear Drive (seventy-five of them having flushes"
equipment) will be used for street cleaning, ashes, garbage . and snow
removal; a big job the year around and emergency work of the most
exacting kind during winter storms.
In awarding the ENTIRE contract for heavy duty.,
trucks to the White Company, the City of New York
has assured itself the highest quality and design of
motor truck, comparable wifh the great fleets of
White Trucks in the service of the country's largest
commercial users. '
THE WHITE COMPANY, Cleveland.
Fretnzel Motor Co
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