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DAILY EAST OREQOMAIl, PENDLETOW, OREO05, , SATURDAY EVENING,, NOVEMBER 13, 1020.
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reople here ana I here
Dan Kmytho left today for Portland Mm. Mary rnterwin, of rnyui,
tn attend the Pacific liiternuttomil j clerk In achool dlHtrlct No, IH, pnld
UvcHtock Kxponltlon. Mi. Sinythe, Pcndlctun an official visit today.
who U n prominent ahaep man, will
give the once over tn Home of the nam
toulllcts, Uncoltm, and 'Juluinrg on
display ut the big allow.
Triivellnu; bug in hand, Jeun P.
Klrkatrlek, editor nnd Justice of the
pence ttt Pilot Hock, wiu In town to
day on bUHlnoBH. Tho publlnhtnir Ijuh'
Inexn In holding up well, the portly
Howard Drew, principal of lit ho'n
school, nnd Mm. Drew, who li one of
hie HMHintanlB, In the kcIiooIh, are In
Pendleton on a liopplnit nnd visiting
Fleming D. Olemn, toarhor In the
whool nt CSiidvrlan dlntrlct, between
Pendleton nnd Pilot Hoek, In' u Uiih.
Inoss visitor In Pendleton today.
NEWS OF THE COUNTlf
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
1'.'. AndeiHOii, $34. CS; It. 10. II. an,
ISU.tli; Urn. Clam p. Btouc, $tU.75;
M. frlchnnnep, l27.r,W; the Deniocriitiu
County 'ominltlM, 7:)6.:il). MIhh
firnce milium, William (diver, II. H.
HuiroiiKb". H. C. Stone, Arthur Mo
Hubert and Jt. T. Drown'CHenped pay-'
rucnt of u cent for cnmialKn eiieiiHen
hh they were unoppoHed,
TOP FIRST IN ROLL CALL
School fumlH ApKirl lolled
The npiiortlonmcnt of mate and
county Hupertntendent. All clcrka who
have flletl their bonds will receive an
order for their Jimt iihnre. DlHtrlctH
which malntalu achool for eight
months or more receive a $100 bonus.
K H. heater, of Pilot ltuck.
neither a xtorkmnn nor a fnrnier. He
Ih the lumberman In the rattle com
munity and la In Pendleton toduy on
Throw More Uk-imcs IHlird
Hugh L Nmlth nnd Alice Daiixner,
of Helix, were IhmuAI a llcene to wed
luto Friday at the county clerk's office.
ITrunt. UnlL.n..M .....I II..,.., 1.- fiinuu i.t
' I Milton, were laHiied a. licenae todav to
Wed, Ralph Huynle and Helen It.
KunlHler, of AChena, were Issued a li
cense to be murrlcd on Sunday.
E. H. CUHteel, Pilot Itoik merchant undldaK-x Ho '-kiib UM
nnd well known In political circle of
tho county, wus In town thla morning
E. U Casey, Walla Walla luwver.
It cost Zoeth I'fowr tt cents more
to be elected sheriff, than It cost Jinks
Taylor to be defeated, a statement or
their rnmpaign expenses, filed last
evenlmr with the cotitrv clerk, showed.
was transacting some professional ! The former spent I169.1S and the lat
buslness In I'm. II, ton yesterday. ter llfitt.sO. other accounts were: I!.
Any man who buys a car without first investigat
ing the merits of a BIG-SIX does himself a very grave
injustice. The quality of this seven passenger car
may be equaled by a few cars it is excelled by none !
SERIES 21 BIG-SIX '
Elks Building r ,.
t'uxir ProcliHtnl Hli-s.
Caspar 1'roebstul, aped 70, died lu re
early this morning at the John Mulr
home. .Mr. PrnebHtuI has resided 111
tho county for the past 20 years, lie
was a nitride of Mrs. Clarence White
man, Mre. L. U Rogers and fien Du
I'uls of this city, nnd u brother of
(leorge Proebstal of Portland,, who Is
hero at the present time. A sister!
Mrs, J, It. DuPulR of Weston, also siir
'iVo. Ktlneral rvlces will be held to
morrow at 2 p, m, riom the Kosloui
chaiiel with Hev. U u l usi-ab.(r. r.
Iiastor of tho 'Christian chilli h, oi'fi-
Pioclnet 'A'X yesterday won the hon-l
or of balng the first Pendleton pre- I
!urt 40 go over the top In tl; Ited j
(.'loss Itoll. Cull when Airs. Paul
h'cssler. manager, brouglit 1 04 to the
Ited CriKA coffei-M, Her asnistaiits
wete Mrs. Hooch. Pea.rson, Mrs. Hog
ers, Mrs: C. K, Williamson, Mrs. Mor
gan nnd Mrs. John Dyer. Hast year
S was collected In the precinct.
Pilot Itock, with u iiuotit of (500,
sent in $124 this morning and wus the
I'ntt out-of-town precinct to report.
M. Ii. Orange la in charge of the drive.
Of the larger donations from busi
ness houses exclusive of the $1 mem
berships. Miss Norma Alloway yester
day collected $15 from the Inland
lOmpire Hank, $10 from J. K. Thomp
son, $10 from the Taylor Hardware
Co., i from t lie Table. Kupply Co., $5
fiv.m liettfley fir Hodges, $5 from the
Charles Co., $10 from Suwtellc'x,
S.'.SO from Nye Wurd, $5 from the
Ceorge C. Ilacr Hardware Co., and $r,
from Karmeth & Powell. J. II.
Knight, also soliciting larger dona
tions, received $!S from the American
National Hank 'and $25 from the Plrst
National Hank. St. Anthony's Hos
pital gave $12 and Kt. Joseph's Aca
demy $10. The Kant Ore'gonlan em
ployes went over the top with a 100
per cent membership today.
Today the street campaign is being
curried on by high school girls under
the direction of Miss Tess Knyder,
street chairman. Mrs, 1 M, Spalding
and Mrs. Jim Welch are In chacge of
the booth at The Peoples Warehouse.
Hoy W. P.ltner, who served as Hed
rYoss captain In Prance, will speak
tonight at the Alta und will urge local
people to respond to the Poll Cal. To
morrow has born designated "Hed
Cross Hunday" und local ministers
will give addresses favoring the Poll
Fo'.low Repeated Coldi Whori
Blood la Impure.
Your body suffering from a i-u'A
docs not properly attend to diges
lim and elimination. As a result
our blood becomes Impure. It In
timites the mucous membrane and
'.rini.'S about that condition in
hiih chronic caiarrh occurs and
which it depends,
'nrlfv vour blood, make It clran.
taking Hood's riarsanarllln. and
,f vour bowels arf not healthfully
active, take Hood's Pills. These
medicines have relieved and pre
vented thousands of cases of chron
ic catarrh. Hconorriv Is one of the
Btrong points of Hnod'u H.irviw
rllla 100 doves In a bottle- Why
not get it today?
Kour hundred Pendleton people
bourded the 67 "steamships" last
night for a 'Trip Around the World"
which proved Interesting and enter
Hawiiiiun maids, tinkling Hawaiian
music and a most diverting hula
dancer formed a part of the attract
ions shown the tourists at the S. H.
Korshuw ( home, transformed Into
California by the use of fruit und
flowers. William R Hurt' and Mary
Plt'krord joined with Miss California
In welcoming the travelers. Fruit
cocktails were served here.
The Ice and snow of Alaska, In the
basement of the Baptist church, were
visited next. An Indian brave greet
ed the guests and creamed salmon
was served while native gills danced.,
Japan, New Orleans and Holland
each offering appropriate food, were
visited before Uie travelers reached
j .-ew yoi-K. in ine basement 01 the Congressman N. J. Sinnott was en
1 Christian church. Pnclo Sam greeted dorsed by the I'matilla county repub
the returning; rtlizenx. who enjoyed llcans for recrctarv of the Interior at
grand operu select inns in a setting a h-inuony meeting and banquet beld
simulating a theatre. An excellent ! in the dining- hall of the KIks club
: musical program was give n at each ! last 11'eM. Kesolutions ursine: his
CI.KVIOI.AND, Nov. 1
Four automobile bandits who held u.
the First National Hank at Kingston.
10 miles suinh of here yesterday e
.;apcd with JtO'iO in currency, between
$150,000 and $200,000 In stocks and
bonds and ao,uantity of Liberty bomb
the value of which Is uncertain.
The thieves forced three clerks to
3nter tne Inner office which they lock
ed. They gathered up. every bit of
money, all the securities In the vault
und on the cou iters.
Kcores of auiJmohiles, filed with
arm'ed citizens and police are huntin
tor the bandits. '
EXHAUSTIVE PROBE OF
SHIPPING BOARD MOVES
BROUGHT 6 INDICTMENTS
SINNOTT PUT FORWARD
AS CHE T MATERIAL
I XKW YORK, Nor. 13. (A. P.)
John T. Median, deputy chief of the
shipping hoard division of investiga
tion, testified before the congressional
committee yesteiday that after Inves
tigation under his supervision of alleg
ed irregularities six indictmentst had
been obtained, while another .-dx per
sons were Indicted on evidence obtain
ed through other investigations. He
said the 12 indictment were the re
sult of silling down something like
2t00 charges against various persons
each of which had been verified or
stop. The procecos from the trip are
, for the benefit of the Hawthorne
; school band, nnd the affair was under
I tiny auspices of the Parent-Teacher
'association of the school with Mrs.
, Will Wyrick as chairman.
I i iii:i:i op oi l) en ii(,i:
j Kl'ltKKA. Cal., Nov. 13. (A. IM
iJ. M. I'.ressie was acquitted here Frl
I day of a charge of forgery contained
1 in a grand jury Indictment returned
IS years ago. Hressie was arrested
about two months ago in an Oregon
city and. brought here for trial.
cons'deration were ordered dispatch
ed by wire to president-elect Warren
Elbert B. Casteel, of pilot P.ock.
chairman of the committee last term
was endorsed for appointment us reg
ister "f Hie 1'. S. land office at Iji
c.raiule. The resolution wili lie for
warded through the proper . channels
as soon as it can lie framed.
GIVE YCL'R HOME A GIFT
Here the daya of your life ore spent, here you en
'.ertuln y "Jr ,f r.ends. Tho borne is chief contributor
to happiness, contentment and joy in living. It la de
icrvng of royal gifts of
"GIFTS THAT LAST"
,Si lect the piece of sli.ir you have always wanted
anil make a present to your home. A coffee service,
rich in elegance, for Instance. 8 Ivor Is decoration,
durable anil dignified. It la worthy of your home.
! ' Inc.
I The I.rgc,t Diamond Dealers in IUutcrn Oregon
KIXM It DOW.V $6 SIXCK Jl'XK
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. IS. tV
Flour prices at mills have dropped
$6 a barrel since June, Northwestern
j millers here declared. They sain the
jet use l the cessation of buying
(throughout the country and abroad,.
m which has kept milla working at half
- 1 ('capacity. Flour prices at mills are
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. (A. P.) now $9.30 to $.50 a barrel on family
Slate department officials Friday j patents, compared to $15.10 to $15.20
declared the American government , f.st June,
had not approved the settlement of thq j ,
Adriatic question agreed on by Italv J Tl'Ml'l.TV To KKKNTint Itl'SIXEKS
and Jugo-Kiavia. . WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. (C. P.)
Iialy Well l'lcas-d i J. i. Tumulty, secretary to the prea-
linME, Nov. 13. (A. P.) News
papers agree that victory was gained
by Italian diplomacy in settlement of
the Adriatic dispute between Italy and
Jugo Slovakia, whereby Italy gains a
boundary line approximating that
laid down in the treaty of London.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
How About That Home
Made Mince Meat
We have the ingredients to make it. Pure and fret.li.
Note the prices:
Citron, pound 80c
Lemon and Orange Peel, lb. 60c
Raiaint, Sunmaid Seedless
...35c; two for 65c
Currant 30c; two for 55c
Boiled Cider 35c per pint
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS
12 1-2 lb, fancy White Bean $1.00
7 pound Head Rice $1.00
Banana Extra, while they last, 35c dozen; 3 dozen $1.00
The Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb
renator-elect, whs the guest of honor
and gave. the principal address of the
evening. He talked on the tariff in
timately discussed banking nnd the
federal reefve system anil spoke on
federal aid for local projects. His re
marks were eagerly received by the
60 persons present, owing to his wid.
Mr. Stanfield.praised. Senator Cham
berlain, his opponent, for the fairness
with Avhich the recent campaign was
carried on. and said he considered his
victory not a personal one but a vic
tory for the purty principles.
Fred Sleiwer, former state senator
ASKKI) FOR INFOItMAL ("SAME. presided and called upon Mr, Stanfield.
Guests sufficient to .make up three Joint .stale Senator C olon R. Lber
tnbles of bridge are to be entertained hard, of I,'i Grande, aul other prom-
CAXADA CHAMP WINS
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Nov. 13.
Clonic Tait. lightweight champion
boxer of Canada, last night knocked
I out U-w Kil ward., lightweight cham-
I pion of Australia, in the second round
GKNKVA. Nov. 1.1. (A. P. I The ! r scheduled 10 round bout here.
P.obcrt N. Slant eld. United States : 8f.cr(..ar:lt f,f the League of Nat'ons j Tait punished Edwards severely und
Friday received Austria's formal appli-. sent him to the floor
cation for admission to the lcauue. lin the first round.
irtent, has Indicated that he Intends to
enter private business after leaving
the white house March 4. He admit
ted he bad received suggestions of
appointment v Judge of the United
."-tales court of customs appeals, but
stated he had made no definite plana
for his future work. 1
BENNY I.KOXAKD WINS
CAMIiKN, N. J., Nov. 13. (A. P.)
lienny Ionard. lightweight cham
pion, easily defeated K. O. Iiughlin
of South iiethlehem in a 10 round
bout last night. Ionard knocked
ljuighlin across the ring and stager-
several times cd him several tlme. but "lis unable
,to pot bim out.
M RS. LlVKHMiMSB DKPAHTS
Mrs. I C. IJvermore left this morn
ing for yregon City to visit relatives.
at tho L. I). Idleman home this even-j Incut republicans present.
Ine a uroun of friends having been 1 were about 50 in attendance
asked in Informally by Mrs. Idleman. I ing men from Freewater, Milton, Athe
Mlss Florence Sweet and Miss Edith ; na. Pendleton, Pilot Rock, Echo,
LUNCH EONS SCH EDULEO.
Cards are being issued by Mrs. W".
J. Clarke, Mrs. E. P. Tullnch. Mrs. H.
H. Huttery, Mrs. J. L. Vaughan and
Mm Ilnvd TK Hill fur FlldaV and Sat-
2'frday when they will entertain with
-gj luncheons at the home of Mrs. Clarke
plj on Jackson street.
Stanfield and Hermiston. ilost of
jof those present were recently elected
officials, or members of the central
l-SPIUCANH FOLK TO VISIT
Guests expected at the C. A. Crab
tree homo this evening are Mr. and
Mrs. It. U lialley and Mrs. O. H. Huff
of Spokane. Mrs. MsUey Is Mrs.
Crabtree's mother and Mrs. Huff Is
the wife of A. II. Huff, former Am
erican Express agent of Pendleton.
Tho guests are to spend tho week
DESTROYED BY FLAMES
SACItAMENTO. Nov. 13. (A. P.)
The Charles Nathan and Sons de
partment store was .destroyed by fire
early today with damage estimated at
tTnO.l.'iifl resulting. The origin of the
tiro is unknown. Three firemen were
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DESPA1N & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court Phone 880
Save (.'Hough on this month's
groceries to buy many useful
Xmas presents it can easily be
done by trading at this cash
store where you save from 10 to
25 per cent.
PayCash - Recei?eMore Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court
ALL DRESSED UP FOR THE HUNT
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ACKE(3MAN - N, 1
Going huntlnn for boars? Theh take took . Morrla Acker
man, ns.Mng and hunting expert, and solo how ho was out.ltted for
his hunt In the Canadian Hoeales. Aci ia bundled up in woolens,
sweaters, fur cap, a henvjr mackinaw and orcrythlns. He killed a
few grlitlies with the rifle he has on bis shoulder. His snow shoes
re etrapped on his back. But atter 40 days In tho Interior his
cloths were lo Utters and bis beard made him restitute Santa Claus.
"I a:n so nervous it seems as though I should P.y" "My nerves
are all on edge': "I wish I were dead." llov often have we heard
these expressions or others quite as extravagant from seme loved one
who has been brought to this state by some female trouble which
has slowly developed until the ne- cs can no longer stand up under it.
Ko woman should allow hersck to drift into this condition' without
giving that good old-fqshioned .not and herb remedy Lydia E. PinU
ham's Vegetable Compound a trial.
Read the Letters cf These Two Women.
Norih East, Md. "Iwti: in ill hen! h '
four or live years and doetorrd with
one dwtor tifu-r anotlirr'but nono
lielpert me. I was irrrgu'-r and had
buc!i to.rriblo pain i:i my back, lowt r
part of my body and down eai h side
th;tt I had to g to bod three or four
days every month. V yas very servous,
tiri'd, couid not sWp cn 1 could not cat
without petting sirk. A friend asked
mo to t.ike l.ytlia K. I'inhhar.i's Ve.p
tablc Cbnipoiind and I mi sorry I did
not, take it sooner f r it has helped :no
wonderfully. I don't have to po tobeil
with lite pain, can cat without Vicniij
si( k and have more stivnptli. I rccoin
mend your medicine and you are at
lilierty to publish my testimonial."
Ki.i7..hktit Wswss, U. It. 2, North
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llinneapolis.Minn. "Iwasmn down
and nervous, tould not rentatntrhtand
was more tind in thr morning than
when I went (o led. I have two chil
dren, the youngest three ?no:iths ( id
and it was tirudpciy to care for t'.u ia
as I f.'lt so irritable and generally worn
out. From lack of rest and aii;vtiio
niy baby did. not pet ono'Jgh nourish
ment from my milk so I started to eWc
him two bottle '"ecdinpr a day. After
takinp three bottles of I.ydla K. link
ham's Vciretatile Cominnmd I ft It iiko
n new woman, full of life and enen-v
It i a pleasuiv to can for my children,
and I r. n very liajipy w ith them and
feel line. I nurse my baby ext hisivcly
again, and can't sav too nutclt for yonr
lnedieine." Mrs. A. 1. -Mii.i.ei:, 2'Jt.
K24th St-, Minneapolis, .Minn.
Nervous, Ailing Women Should Rely Upon
? A VHfi M & 1 f v- f 'Ji
t-YOIA E. PINKHAM MEDICINg CO., j-YyiH
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