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DAILY EAST OREGCWIAN. PENDLETON. OftEflON .
TEIDA7 EVENING, NOVEMBER 26r 1920.
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: J is .all instruments, all artists, and ; ..... . .. ". f
tlint pvnrcqM rirh nnin ftqhitrhpst I r Loa AN0ELE8. Cl. W)un Arthur Paut, Jr.. heard that , lJ
I tnat expresses eacn One Ul US nigneSC 1 Harding waa .lecUd ha look hla typewriter to hi. lap, ao to apaak. A
' ' i perfection i3 the I f aad rattled forth thta portrait of tha praldent-t-b.-CabliUcalljr . b j
: , .'. f apeaklac, Harding here, haa hair t "W'a" and cipher necktie. Hi
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: dftmDIWm CHEVROLET AND JOLLS
I. I MEET DEATH iN RACE
i The Patented Sound Board II .,
of - Bdge ' Grained Spruce rpeedwat. L- xgblesJnoV.
! v that extends the full width and depth of ) 2e. a. p.) oamon chevroiit, fam-
' , the Stradivara cabinet is made on the same ' f; 7ln rdr,wJ- nd 'M ZVJ
l', . , . . , , fhanlrlnn for Ril'lle O Uonnell. were
, rnusicol principles of tone production that um.-a TtirHdy when r-hivroief and
gave incomparable tonal beauty to the OT)..iin'ir maoiiin crash id together
, violins of Antonio Stradivari. It is of the M "n the i-o Aneiea maway t the
' -rd,bythc MastcrViolia -11 , sir near ,he
a, Maker, sndfnakes the modern Stradivar f1 1 o-nonneii w nertonxiy injured
UJ . . "akin tO Stradivari's Violinf." . . M that U waa at firat reported he was
. Test itaTone at the Stradivara Dealer If ktiuxi ' hi. akuii w fractured and
j M li'Xh wffiw lirnken and Utile hope waa
llfl t.u . . II ill I I
-KrVri' m eat that . nrAl l M M
ii 7i its fv i i i
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: East Oregonian Printing Department,
Quality PRINTING af Ueasonable Prices
Time to Save
For your cereal
ready-to eat food
Every bit eatable
I There's a Reason
la-id that lie could recover, .
-John lireanahaii, Chevrolefa inWli
aniciun, waa aerloiisly Injpured.
P.oaeoe Snr lea, driving the dlatanc
without a atop won the 2r.0-mlle race
on i he Loa Angel.ea Speedway yeater
day. He led on every lap and In addi
tion to Urat prize of J10.000 took the
Mime amount In lap prlzea. Kdward
Miller was aecond and Kiid'e Rearne
third, winners of ISOflO and . 3000
reanectively. . , y . '
Jlmmie Murphy finished fourth, tak
ing. 20 prlxe.
Joe Thomas took fifth money, $101)0
and Jim froahy aixth, $800, both le
Ing flagscd before .completing the 200
to pa. ,. ,
Sarles' time waa two hours, 55 mUi
utea, 20 second", on average of 103.
miles an hour.
Miiier'a time was 2 hours, 26 minutes
and 14 seconds, an average of 102,
miles an hour.
Hearne'a time waa 2 hour, 27 min
ute and 27 seconds, an average of 101.
miles an hour.
The mbHG and The raephone Conipany
In spite of the fact that a great majority of the telephone using pub
lie thoroughly understand the rights, duties and obligations of public ser
vice companies, We find now and then an individual whodoes not under
stand the matter, s ,' v V.. .'''. '
" A telephone company, in its broadest sense, is a partnership consist
ing of the State as an institution, the public as a group of Customers, and
the company. The State determines the extent to which the company may
go and regulates its rates, services and practices. The company fur
nishes the facilities with. which these rights are exercised and the ser- ;
vices rendered. Those members of the public wbo constitute the custo-
' ' mers, furnish the revenue with whicH the company is enabled to perform
. these services. No telephone company can exist without customers, and
' these' customers must be treated with fairness both by the company and
by the State. The State does not permit any, undue burden to be placed
upon a customer. ; .'"''!"" x ,
A public service corporation, in a broad sense, is merely an organized
richt to render the. public a service, and in the same larger sense the ser
vice belongs to the Company's customers. It follows that the customers
are really the 'company. What benefits or harms the one has a like ef- ,
feet upon the other. ;' " ' '
' We are anxious that' our "present customers, applicants for service,
and the company shall be treated fairly. To continue to extend our ser
' vice under our present condition is impossible. We invite our customers,
' the public of Oregon, to interest themselves in our problem.!
THE PACIFIC TEllPHOfiE AND TElfbRAPH COMPANY ,
Hatlle E. Jordan to Daisy II lqiotts
$1. Lots 10, 11, 12 and 19, Sec. 7,
Let 9 in XV 1-4 Section 18, lot 20,
Sec. 7, Lota 1, 2 and 10, Sec. 18 W 1-2
NVV 1-4 XH 1-4 and W 1-2 SW 1-4 XE
1-4 Sec. 18, Tp. 2. & n. 33.
Daisy E. Knotts to Hattie E. Jor
dan $1. tract 60x2.110 feet. Tilot Rock.
J. W. Gardner to Luella H. Peter
son $1. Lota 11 and 12, Block 4, Ire
lands Add. Milton.
Carl F. Weinke to August Weinke
II. K 1-2 Sec 4, X. 1-2 Sec 3, Tp. 1.
S. It. SI. S 1-2 SW 1-4, XE 1-4 SW 1-4
and SK 1-4 XV 1-4, Sec. 27, Tp. 1, X.
Wesley BrUlgewater,' Guardian, to
Jossie E. Hurtzell. $200. Lots 1, 2.
14 and 15, Block J, Columbia Heights
Joaie Babcock to T. H. Xloholson
$2500. Mete and hound tract In SK
1-4 Fee. 16, Tp. . X. R. 35.
Martha K. Boyd to Lydia IJllen
Bryde, SI. - Mete and bound tract in
XH 1-4 XEjl-l, Sec. 34, T). 6,-X. It.
Wm. M. Records to Edwin Morrison
$1400.' XW 1-4 XE 1-4. Sec. .30, Tp.
6, X. n. 35.
J. K. dinger to McCord 'Shahkle,
$1250. B 1-2 lots 7 and 8, block 7,
Pierce & Eiam's Add. Milton.
The Preston-Shafer Milling Co.to J.
T. Slover $10. Lot 24, Block 9.;
Wright's Add. Milton.
Wm. Curtrixht to Twig Hinkle,
$1300. Lots 12 and 11, Block 7, orlg
i il town of Pilot RocV.
Elizabeth M. Horn to 1 " Daisy 13.
Knotts, $3750. Lota 8,, 13, 14. And
18, Sec. 7. and lots 8 and 8, Sec. 18,
Tp. 2. S. U. 33. " -t
Lena Jenkins Williams to Josie
Chevault $2700. ' Mete and . bound
tf ict. Xorth Milton .
Rena X. Troyer to Ralph Kimetir,
$4800. Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 2, Ire
lands Add. Milton. 1
Anna Mendenhall to to Alfred
Mendenhnll $1. Blm-k 15, Foster and
XH 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 6; W 1-2 XW 1-4
XW 1-4. Sec. 5. Tp. 3, X. R. 29. . .
Alfred Mendenhall to Anna Men
denhall. $1. SB 1-4 Sec. 6, SK 1-4
NE 1-4 Sec, 6, and SW 1-4 XW 1-4
Sec. 5, TP- 3. X. . 29.
Geo, A. Price, guardian to Lena
Jenkins Williams $200. Mete and
i bound tract in Xorth Milton.
Jus. R. Thompson to Herbert A.
Thompson, St. Our interest In and to
E 1-2 NF. 1-4 Sec. 82, Tp 2 N. R. 32.
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Too Afeak to Do Angling
The ordinary every-day life of most women is a ceaseless treadmill
, of work. ; Ilow much hai'dcr the tasks become when some dcrnr.ge
ment peculiar to her sex makes every movement painful, and keeps
the nervous system all unstrung until life seems hardly worth living.
; Every women in this condition should profit by tire experience of
these two women whose letters lollow. , .
Read the Experience of These Two Women
" Gainesville, Tex." For three yran
I pntfered untold apony each month
with p.iins in my tsiilc. I found only
temporary reik-f in doctor's iw.'i'idixi
or anything eLse I took uin ii iny h'f t
Vaii'l ami 1 saw an alvertisfni:nt 'f
Lytlia K. l'inkliain'u A't-Kt:Ul)!' tv.in
jxmnrl. I meutioned it to a itpJphr-r
ami nhe told me she h;ul Uiken it with
K'xxl results, and advised me to try it.
I was then in lied part of the time,ft.id
my doctor said I would Law to I ope,. ,
ated on.but we decided to try the Veri
table Compound, and Ialsou.td Lydia
E. Pinkhain'g .Sanative Wash. I am a
dressmaker and am no'.v able to i
about my work, and do my hnusewoi k
beskies. You are welcome to use this
letter as a testimonial as I am always
.glad to prieak a word for vour medicine."
.Mrs. W. M. Stephens,!'!!--' Harvey St,
Ailing Women Should Not Elxperl::.-::! But Insist Upon
Reading, I'a. "I badoanio inflam
mation, jiainn in tlie side and hack
which were bo sharp that they pulled
me to my kneeg, ami i could not walk.
1 had an ojx; ration and still I failed, and
in the eight years I suffered I had four
doctors and none, helped me. My
mottier-in-law advised iu to lake Lydtii
E. rinkham's Vegetable. ( )iiipoiu)d. I
was then in bed, and after the flist
bottle I could be out of bed, then I
took VepeUtlile Comiiound Tablets and
Lydia E.J'inkUaiu'H HlrxKl Medicine an!
also used the .Sanative Wash; I htill
take the medicine and am able now to
do my own housework. My friends say,
My! but you look well what do you
do? Who is your doctor?' And there
is only one answer, 'Lydia E. l'ink
ham'g medicines n-hich I gladly recom-,
mend.' "Mrs. Wm. Stels, 500 Douglas
btreet, lieading. Pa. ' .
f . f nu. hh- ji.i n.LWi!nuiuii'JW.jWi Jiun'iw mnj .'..in iu, HIIWI W I HlWlllilll 1 Ml Wll f 1 IMilUll ir I IT1 n Tf f) rr i I III li III i .
r" iVDIA C.PiNKHAM M KPCINEQ7JjA. , "" fej
Xii'o J31ydenstein to P. W. Dayton,
$1. It 4, and south half lot 9, Livcr
more'a Add. Pendleton.
TEAR AT BRITISH FLAG
Jack which was the cause of the as-1 with an estimated population of 53,-
Rauit, though taken down at the firet j Ouu.Guu axe affected by widespread
demand of the crowds and auie- j famine, said Mr. Engle and facing
quently replaced, still was draped "imminent and Inevitable stanration."
over the sidewalk with the emblems of! "Paek trails, mule carts and wheel
France and the t'nitcd States when the ' barrows arc the onlj means ot. trans
iracas e.ided. .. (port in the remote districts," aald Mr.
VPU' VORK. Xov. 26. (A. P.)
The usual quiet observnncei of Thanks
giving day here was violently inter
rupted yesterday when crowds who
nttandrri n. hih reaulem mass in
memory -of Terence MacSwtney, rioted;
at the Bight of a British flag decorating j
tftA taenia nt thA t'nioti club across-:
Fifth avenue ttem St. Patrick's Cathc- j
Aft flht mHicinftted in. by
hundreds of Irish sympathisers, dur-
ng which plate glass windows ot me
tered bv missiles hurled
by the mob, order was restored when
cordon of 200 police estaonsnea u-
self around the building. The Union
When the clamor of the first onrush
at the offending ..banner was at its
height, the Right Rev. Michael J. La-
velle, rector of St. Patrick's clad in his
ministerial robes, rushed out of the
church and pleaded in vain with the
leaders to quell the disturbance.
After mounted and motorcycle police
had dispersed the assaulting forces a
survey of the field of battle revealed
casualties included a dozen or more
Uightly injured who had been strucl;
bv flying brick bats. Ail wwdows on
tho lower floor of the club had been
CHINESE IN1 STYLE
always was better than
.hindsight Those who take
frrpsirt trinf nr.v
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large dividends nj
in robustness. w
koltJk Hnwne BVmnfieid V.J. K7
QUICK RELIEF MAY SAVE
Engle, "and while grain la abundant
the transportation facilities are wholly
inadequate as the distances are great."
Mr. Engle attended the world Sun- '
day pchool conference at Tokio as a
debeate from Kansas.
SEATTLE, Wash..' Xov. 26. rf.. P.)
Prompt relief measures may yet
save millions of lives in famine-strick-
n China, according to J. H. Kngle of
iTopeka, Kan., general secretary of the
I Vnnwn Gnmlotf fcchool nRQOpin t Ion.
who was here yesterday eit route home
from a tour of the orient
. ft-n fthiff orovince r.f China
Girls! Save Your Hair!
Make It Abundant!
Umber Up With Penetrating
Hamlin' Wizani Oil
For Lame Back, Sideache, Shoul
der Pain, Stiff Neck, etc., use Ham
lin's Wizard OiL It penetrates
quickly, eases' the pain and drives
nut the soreness. Keep it in the
Wizard Oil is a good dependable
preparation to h-ve in the medicine
chest for first a.4 when the doctor
may be fat away. You, have no
idea how useful tt will be found in
cases of every day ailment or mis
hap, when there is need of an im
mediate healing, antiseptic applica
tion, as in cases of sprains, bruises,
cuts, burns, bites and etings. .
Generous tz bottle 35c.
If you are troul(?4 with const ipatfon
or sk-k heuu&che iry tlmUn'a Wizard
Liver Whips. Just ulsasju, mile lnk
piUs at druKeTisu tor 34c
?,h civ '
In tke sketch Is Illustrated r
jnodel :n blue Telour. It Is obv
oualy of Chinese Inspiration, wit
Ita amock-like coat Indicated b
I lie band of skunk fur across tnt
front and the elongated panel Ir
the back. The sleeves Are cut 1
one with the bick. while tht (roo
and skirl art it) out sictv -
Iniiuei.iately after a "Dandirine"
massage, your hair takes on new life,
lustre and wondcrous beauty, aiar
ing twice as heavy and plentiful, be
cause each hair seems to fluff and
thicken, ron't let your hair stay life
less, colorless, plain or acraggly. Y".
too, want lota of lung, strong beautiful
A 5-cent bottle of delightful "Pan
derine" freshens your honlp. checka
dandrugg and falling hair. This stim
ulating "heautfy-tonic" gives to thin,
diuiu. fading hair that youthful bright-
"esa and biundant thickness All
attach It to any tamp sorkeC
With the Simplex Klectrle
Sunbowl Uadiator you cao In
itantly have the radiant warmth
if the summer sun from any
The Inverted cone ahaped el- ,
tctric heating element anil Ita
generous sixed reflector nutkea
Jiis ra.liutor not only the hot
est and most cheerful but also
the most economical of them
ill. It tukea no more current to
operate than your electric lion
Vtnme 13t S06 E. Court
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