East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, October 26, 1920, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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People Here and There
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'Mini" Helen IrvInK, who tamed Let
,;tie, tile Hound-Up buffalo, mo that the
Sntmal came at Miss Irvlng's call, 1h
now In California posing for moving
picture comedies. Miss Irving; has ap
' pemed on the screen many times,
playing character parts. Hubduln
Lettie was her first experience In ani
mal taming.
' J. J. WKirlna, of the Internal reve
nue department, left last night for
headquarter In Portland after spend
lng two'days here on lome government
canes . .
' C. R. Wallee left last evening for
Spokane where he ha business mat
ters to attend to for the coining day
or two.
Jack Galloway, known an "the big
man" of Firestone salesmen, wan In
(own Monday on one of hl uaunl sales
I D. Clarke, city marshal at Hollx,
In a vlaltor on business In the city to.
day, , .
B. B. Casteel, merchant, and I. M.
Bchanep, attorney,, both of Pilot Rock,
were In the city today on business.
Forty yearn ago today two pioneer
started to Umatilla, county togelher.
They are Charles Lane and L E. Pen-,
lend, old residents of this city, and
they met on that October day at the
lava beds In southern Oregon. Wil
liam Lane, son of Mr. Lane, was a
youngster of five or six, while Claude
and Clarence Penland were toddlers of
three and two years, respectively,
Among the people of Pendleton's
Colored population there is none; bet
ter known than Maggie Moseby, who
for severul years has been, employed
as a domestic by local people. Tomor
row sho leaves for Portland to remain.
Maggie declares she's glad to go to
a city but she fears she won't be allow
ed to vote at the coming election be
cause of the change of residence. She
is uncertain a to party affiliations but
wants' to cast her ballot for Cox.
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Phillips Estate I'rolted.
The estate of the late A. Phillips
was admitted to probate today when
his will was admitted and F. V. Watts
confirmed as executor.
FrecwaU-r Couple Lloroiwrt,
A marriage license was histied by
the county clerk this morning to Gott
lieb B. Wels and Miss Thelma Uessle
Watson, both of ' Krcewater. They
were married, in Pendlolon.
Mooting of IMrwtors.
Tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. Is -the
scheduled time set for the election of
chairman, vice-chairman and seore-i
mry of the Umatilla county lied Cross.
The meeting will be hold In the Ited
Cross office and the 10 Pendleton ill
rectors, with the directors from other
brunches In the county will attend.
IRVIN S. COBB expressed his "Studebaker conviction," and
likewise voiced the conviction of all owners of the new series
Studebakers, when he coined the phrase, "The Studebaker is a
i . . .
Cobb came West to rough it. He instructed his guides to
(how him the wildest and most out-of-the-way spots in Eastern
Oregon in order that his thirst for wild" game and adventure
could be gratified to the greatest possible degree. The Big Six
Studebaker was loaded to capacity the occupants and luggage
weighing over a ton. i .
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' Hauled Trailer Beside Ton Load i "'
Considering that this load was to be carried over the lava
beds of Eastern Oregon up the highest and steepest mountains
across miles of country covered only with sagebrush and
badger holes not the slightest semblance of a road being pres
ent in many instances one would think that this sort of work
ahead, a load of a ton would bo sufficient, but in addition to this
a trailer burdened with a further one-half ton w ittarhori tn
-.he Big Six and that "WONDER CAR" with its marvelous motor
carried the compound load throughout the gurelling hardships-
i mc nuuic vuuu expeuiuun wunoui a mtcn.
"The Studebaker Bix Six is a WONDER CAR. IRVIN S.
, . ' Most generally read of all American writers.
"The Wonder Car" so graphically described by Mr. Cobb
just as he completed his Oregon hunting expedition, expresses
the sentiment of all Studebaker owners.
"Thu I a Studebaker Year.
Studebaker Dealers V ' '
Fuimral is livid.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Ida Wil
son was held today from the Kolsom
chape) with llev. It. I lluwialwrger.
pustor of the Christian church, offici
ating. Mrs. Wilson was (8 years of
age and Is survived by her husband
and six children. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
son came to Pendleton only six days
ago to make ther home.
Dint riot Attorney It. L Keotor is
hard ut work on the unsutnents in two
cases which he will bo obliged to han
dle before the supreme court of the
state In session here this week. In one
he will uphold the state's side In the
appeal of W. W. Wilder, now serving
a Hfe sentence for murder. The oth
er Is the appeal In the case of Ray
Keller vs. Charles A. Johnson,' Mr.
KeRlor being attorney for the plaintiff,
who Is respondent in the apepiri.
have plenty of good things
to eat on hand all the time, '
when you use Calumet Bak
ing Powder.
Mix up a batch of biscuits
or the finest kind of cake
it's all the same. There is
never but one result the
sweetest and most palatable
of foods.
There is not as much worry
over baking cost3 either.
Because Calumet costs less when
you buy it the price is moderate.
Si if i
It costs you less when you use
it because you don't use as
much of it it has more than
the ordinary leavening strength.
You get more out of the flour,
sugar,eggs, shortening, etc, because
there are no failures no waste.
Received highest awards
World's Pure Food Exposition, Chi
cago, Paris Exposition, Paris, France.
The largest selling brand in theworld.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powderscome in
12 os. instead of 16 ox. cans. Be sura
you get a pound when ; ou want it.
4 cups of pastry
flour, 3 level tea
spoons Calunr'tt
Baking Powder,
Vi teaspoon of
salt, 1 cup of i
sugar, 2 eggs, !
beaten together,
2 tablespoons of
melted butter, '
1 cup of milk.
Then mix in
the regular way.
Too can Just tell by Its healthy,
tlmulatini odor, that it is
. going, to do you good
THOUSANDS of men and women,
when the least little rhedmatic
"crick" assails them, have Sloan's
Liniment handy to knock it out. Pop
ular over a third of a century ago far
more popular today.
That's because it tf so wonderfully
helpful in relieving external aches and
paiiu sciatica, lumbago, backache,
neuralgia, overstrained muscles, stiff
joints, weather exposure results. A
little is all that is necessary, for it soon
portraits without rubbing, to the soro
spot. No muss, no stained skin.
All druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40.
WAXTKD by couple, clean, modern
apartment permanent rent rea
sonable Phone S42. room 1.
'State-Wide' Telephone Service
Our efforts are constantly directed ti the extension and improvement of
"state-wide" telephone service. Large and small communities are dependent
upon each other, commercially and socially. Good telephone equipment in th
cities and towns of Oregon, with good construction and well maintained "long
distance" poles lines and wires between mean their mutual convenience and
profit. ; . .
' The value of any telephone is proportionate to the number of other telephones
which may be connected with it. In Orgon there are approximately 138,000
telephones connected with our system. Ideal telephone service means the prompt
connection of any one of these with any other and the least possible loss in
strength and distinctness.in the conversations that follow. ,
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1 Our entire plant is engineered and constructed with the object of rendering
a satisfactory "state-wide" service sufficient in facilities available and with
these facilities sufficiently maintained. For this purpose the telephone equip
ment must be better, local and trunk wires must be of proper size and type, and
central offices and switchboards must -have additional apparatus to accommo
s date and care for the long distance circuits, u . i i :. . .
Before the troubled period of the war we always aimed to maintain "spare"
or reserve plant that is, plant ahead of immediate needs, thus ensuring prompt
and more satisfactory compliance with demands for service as they arose. Dur
ing the war this reserve was exhausted as the materials we use were required and
properly taken by the government and those industries given priority considera
tion. .
With the reconstruction period, as is the case with all other lines of business,
our problems have continued to an unexpected degree. We are still hampered
by shortage of materials and delayed deliveries.
We realize the requirements of our lojig distance patrons. We have a compre
hensive and well defined program designed to provide additional toll circuits
sufficient to meet the present and constantly growing demands .
ItiRKCKt Buck of Brawn. '
A big buck killed recently near Ka-
mela by B. L. . Nlchols weighed 275
pounds dressed and Is thought to be
the largest deer killed this season. F.
Mi Hlley. who with Fred Homers, ac
companied Mr. Nichols, says that the
party saw a large Dlack bear but
wars unable to get within range of
him. The deer is the second killed
this season by Mr. Nichols, who
brought down a buck iq the John Day
region this fall.
fliiTlfr ots liquor Haul
Green Bett-a, classed by the sheriff's
office as one of the most active pur
veyors of liquor in the county, was ar
rested Sunday at Athe'na by Sheriff
W. R. Taylor and a government agent.
Five canes of bonded liquor were con
fiscated. Ettes "was placed under ar
rest and will be tried In the Justice
court at Athena, with the probability
that the government will also look Into
his case. " ' " '
Wheat went up with a bound today,
December wheat cloning at J2.0D 1-p
after opening at $-'.01. March wheat
opened at 1.8t 1-2 and closed at $2.02.
Following are the quotations from
Overbeck & Cooke Company, local
A bit of unfairness in thS arrange
ment of the ballot for November 2 is
causing some comment here. The
general spirit of the election laws calls
for arranging names on the ballot in
alphabetical order and such an nr
ransement is compulsory on the pri
mary ballots.
However, on next Tuesday's ballot,
the names of J. T. Lieuallen and Man
uel Friedly are placed at the tallcnd
of the Umatilla county legislative tick
et, while on an alphabetical basis
thev should lead the tcket. It Is con
tended by practical political workers
that this arrangement is grossly un
fair, if not illegal, and. that it will
work to the hardship of Messrs. IJeu-1
alien and Friedly unless their sup-.
porters take care in murking their bal-,
lots. t
The same unfairness is shown In
Dec. 2.0t 2.10 2.006 2.09H
March l.4'4 2.02 1.93 '4 2.02
Dec. .S0 .801 .S24
May .!7 9 .86 .88
July .S4 .90 .S8 .904
Dec .53 .03 .04
Jiay " .5S '.59 .D8i4-.69?4A
Dee. 1.63 1.72 1.63 1.71
May 1.52 l.OJfc 1.53 1.58 H A
Dec. .92 .95 .92 ' 94 ' B
May .93 B
Oct 23.60
Nov. 23.60
Jan. 24.00 23.00 24.00 25.00
Oct. 1975
Jan. 16.75 17.05 10.45 17.05
May 15.B0 16.45 15.80 16.65
Oct. ' 16.50 A
Jan. 13.80 14.30 13.70 14. SO
lrciKn Exehnnife.
Matks. 144.
Sterling, 34 7. "
CHICAGO, Oct. 26. Wheat Active
buying credited to the seaboard was
the outstanding feature in today's!
market and the response was com
plete. Offerings throughout the ses
sion were smnll with apparently no
the arrangement of the
ballot. Though alphabetically the Cox
electors should be first on the ballot
the Harding electors are given the
preferred position.
Xo blame is attached to County
Clerk Brown, who is said to have mere
ly followed instructions from the sec
retary of state's office, which he is
compelled to do. The feeling is held
that some one in the secretary's of
fice indulged tn a bit of jobbery that
is not in keepng with tho spirit of the
In a speech at Milton Saturday
night J. T. Dieuallen called attention
to the discrimination shown and he
was given a cheer that indicated re
sentment against such practices.
presidential deslrc to liross lhv short side while ex-
K' ib nic in utt; iiuti nri ttiiti iiiv
country offering cash wheat sparing'
ly. Only i5 cars of wheat were ex
pected for today's market and the do
mestic milling demand was Insuffi
cient tn advance premiums. Henefi-
A veteran's jewel for 25 years' ser
vice In the Knichts of Tythlas. was
presented last night to. J. M. Williams;
nf Damon Lodge No. 4. Mr. Williams
was a charter member of Honor lodge
N'n 7. at Lone Rock. Ore,, before
transferring here.
Five members of the local lodge
were present at the meeting and so
cinl following; who have won tn:s jew
el. They Were: J. J. Hamley, John
S. Bentley. George W. Coutts, J. W.
Malnney and Mr. Williams. James
H. Owinn, keeper of records and seal
of the lodge, recalled this morning
that the twenty-fifth anniversary t
his Joining the order fell on Monday.
We was initiated October 25. 1S95,
and is in line for a veteran's jewel.
Mr. Gwinn mndeffthe speech of pre
sentation for. Mr.'Willlams' jewel.
A reading by J. H. Morris, an ad
dress on "Service" by tleorge l
Clark, and musical numbers hy Fletch
er's nrrhnstra and McDonald's trio
'.featured the social meeting, the first
iof a series of monthly entertainments
I planned by the lodge for the winter
in ii awa;
Do This For
THE public should know that there
is a vast difference in th action of
the various remMlipt for const lotion.
Some are "flushes," purges, physics.
They crip and weaken.
For lasting: effect use a laxative.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin acts
gently and mildly so that even a tiny
baby can use it with safety. It is a
compound of Egyptian Senna and
Pthersimple laxative herbs wh pep.
sin and pleasant -tasting aromatica.
A sixty-nt bottle will last an aver
age family many months.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is the
most popular of all laxative and mora
Is used in American home than any
other. Last year eitrht million bottles
were sold by druggists, the largest
sale in the world.
Send me your name and address
and luill srnd you a free trial feurrlr of
mi Swip Pe psin. . Address me Dr.
VC. B. Caldurll, 511 Washington
St., Monricriio, III. Exrrybvdy now
and then nti'cfa'alajrtmf.arci it is
Mdntle Clocks
' Mantle clocks make a distinctly addition to any
home not only for their usefulness but also for
their beauty. We have ;t received a new ship
ment of the newer stvle In clocks. In a variety of
. . .i iii.)ii
shapes to harmonize witn any snape mumm.
now our clock booth Is particularly well stocked and
our showing Is complete from the lttbornte mime
, ,h ..on; ln,.,ni.nill'. lrirhan TIIllTttl Cl'H'kS.
Trices range from 110.00 to KK).(M
Hfn il THOM .H
Is the name and guarantee on most of our clocks.
For five generations that name has guaranteed clock
buyers, '
Tk4 Lrgt Diamond JJeslers la Eastern
Oregon. 1
.(b R(J E rj WATCH t sX
cial rains were reported in the south
west for the new winter wheat crop.
The sealard estimated the' expoit
business today at 1,S(M,0C)0 bushel!".
Uite in the day cash receivers report
ed that the advanced price has brought
nut a substantial increase in offerings
from the country. When compared
with other commodities the price of
wheat looks vpry high and we think
thero will be a readjusSnent ere long
although with small stocks and Unlit
receipts there may be more or less
congestion in the December delivery,
which we cannot consistently advocate
as a short sale.
(From Overbeok A Cooke Co )
NEW YORK, Oct. 2. There were
a few weak spots but the market as a
general proposition held up very well
and In fact in the late deal! s exhib
ited a willingness to advam-t. H-a vy
money withdrawals from the ta.iks
again stiffened the tendency of call
money quotations .but the higher av
erage of rates for Accommodations to
day had little or no effect on prices.
While on the surface, there apepars to
be many unfavorable features con
nected with the geenral trade situa
tion, nevertheless, there is conviction
in some conservat've' circles that the
iot d.nant future will see a Changs
for the better and with this view in
mind, buvlng power is promoted In ths
stanuard rail and industrial shares.
The action of the market would
seem to Indicate that accumulation is
ifoing on In many directions and ere
long this will be reflected in resilient
price tendencies. We lean toward the
.tea that the next movement of con
sequence in the standard rail and in-
dustral shares will be towards higher
levels . ' -
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Beautiful Women
of Sociery.durlng the past
seventy year, nave reueu
Vj uwu fc
) NguUhed appearance. The
white complcskm it
A In-, ta.lintltf Is
always me souitc u
I nattering ounmcra.
209 E. Court . Phone 880 or 881
Gold Crest Creamery Butter, an all
sweet cream butter.
1 Pound
2 Pounds .....i.25
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
209 E. Court ' Phone 880 or 881
I e 8
Vernicol makes 1
furniture new
keeps new ftirnitura
from getting old
Dsnt discard tlat old d
tomiture Just becatus Its fi Ij
cratohed and marred, Giva tt a
new leas ca Ufa witH eoat of
yerniooL the jiiJy-do-OTer TarnlaSji
tain. Etaina and Tarnianea the
txd at each stroka of tha braalk
6oratohes'diaappajf almost mafia
ally. Driea with a rich, liar
lossy luster. Wears rod veaxa,
t'i good for floors, too,
Keep a can of Vsmlcol aaad Rffe
0 great actldota for careless aerrutf
and thovjrhtlesa childreo, Comes in a4
r. -s.popyiar nnianaa, A lor
tard and bocUvt,
Phone 158
513 Main St