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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27, 1920.
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OIL MAGNATE, SHOT
ArtDMonic, okw.,; Nov. 27. a.
T.) Jacob Jliunorv, itlllonulro oil
magnate, republican national com
mitteeman, died Krldas'. Jlo lias been
nursing a gunshot wound ulnco Run-
day. Ho auld lio accidentally Mliot
himself while cleaning a gun. Clara
Hnilth, his secretary for gev-
cral yearn, wan lutar charged with
shooting him. Jlamon and the woman
are lno accused In Information filed
In court, of a itatutory offense. The
woman him not been located.
GEORGE STOCKMAN IS '
TAKING WORK IN FARM
ECONOMICS AT 0. A. C.
OltiaJO.V AUUlCULTUItAL COL-
UCOK, CorvulllH. Nov. 27. Ut-orgo L.
fllackinan, son of Mr. and Mr. W, J.
Hlockmun of 6."i3 Gerflold street, Pend
loton, registered at the beginning of
th full term an a Junior In Agrlcul-
iimui economics uuu iiuriu rociuiogy.
'Mr. Htockmnn completed his two year
or preparatory work required by the
(tchool of agricultural for the advutici;
pnlimn 11 ulu.lv nf (1... Iiml,.., ....A
... jo,.,., an 1 m.ji-
'lor eur lust June. Ho In a member
01 me Agricultural cult) ana the Kap
pa Hlgmu fraternity.
Mr. Stockman's mayor in In one of
the newer fields nf fifirifrlciittiit-.il u-,,rb
I that I being developed by the schools
or agricultural throuKliout the coun-
WINTER IS DRIVING STRIKERS BACfc
SPORT MODEL IS HERE.
Two and fifty miles an hour in 75 yards.
Easy Terms on 2nd Hand' Cars.
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Only 400 penona miners, wlyea an children remain In thli tent color threa mtlea from
'Wnilanwon, W Va.. where 1500 took refuge, wheo mine owner ejected mine. bo organt;?d. from
i . company dooms Winter it drirlns the miner back to work. Tula picture abowt the camp from
the bill above. The inset la a typical miner and bis family
722 Cottonwood St.
We do repairing:.
try. (Special effcr: l oelng made by
the school to develop a course of study j
that will enable the student on com
pletion of his work to become a lead
er in tho development of the commun
ity in which he lives. Cooperation,
Marketing, and other allied branches
of rural economics and social problems
that are vital tothe agricultural in
terest of the state and the nation are
In need of trained leaders.
Farming is almost the only butdnesi
or occupation that Is not effectively
organised to present Its claims; farm,
ers, the only Important group that hal
failed, with a very few notable excep
tions, to cooperate for the promotion
of Its financial Interest. The school
of agricultural is doing all it can In
it he way of effective school work to
prepare young men to assume this
j leadership In their own communities.
I A II agricultural students are required
i to take certain amount of their trair.-
linr In this phase of agricultural. Tho
student' who majors In this particular
field of agriculture ' has an excellent
opportunity to become a specialist In
rural development work now being
conduct by tho state and the federal
Mr. Htockmun la the only student
form Umatilla county who Is specializ
ing In this particular work from L'ma
tlllla. all but 6 are taking the regular
academic work. Umatilla county ranka
seventh In point of enrollment In the
school taken by counties, with Ben
ton first, Multnomah second. Marion
third .Linn fourth, Lune fifth, and
HO.OOO I'SK tiOI.I' (XMTCSK
I-OH ANOKLES, Cal., Nov. 27. (A
I'.) Kighty thousand persons played
over the Los Angeles municipal golf
course during the summer season, it
was stated In a report recently made
public by R. Xj. Haslett, course secre
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EE ItK KLEV, Cal., Nov. 27. (A. P.)
- -Athletic managers and coaches of
tho Pacific cosuit conference univer
sities and colleges will meet here Mon
day to draw ut two tentative football
schedules for next sesison, one lnclud
ing the University of Southern Call
fi.rnia and the other without it, Grad
uate Manager Luther . Nichols of the
Unlversltv of California announced
todav. These will be submitted the
i following day to a meeting of the en
'tiro Pacific coast conference commit
tee for action. The University o
Southern California will have a repre
sentative In attendance at the confer
ence, Nichols said. The Institution has
a petition for admission to tho con
ference on file.
(Continued from page 8.
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especially when the owners of said ele
phant expressly stipulate that the
elephant, is not to be painted, as in
the case of the one used In Madse
Kennedy's new Ooldwyn picture, "The
Hloomliig Angel," which comes to the
Pastime Theatre for two days, com
In tho story which was written by
Wallace Irwin, pluckv "Floss" gets an
elephant and has it painted to adver
tise her cold cream "Angel Bloom."
It was easy to obtain an elephant
from a. Los Angeles xoo, but not so
easy to have him appear pink. Direc
tor Schertxinger and the camera men
and property men racked their brains.
Not many people want a white ele
phant on their hands, but these peo
ple did, and the owners of Eno, the eie-
I puaiH 'ouia not pcrmii. ner 10 oe
wnite-washed or painted. So they
J tried covering her with flour. Rut
about the time she was nicely coated.
Kno would shako her hide as though
she was doing a shimmy, and off
would come all the flour!
It kot . tort-e of property men
busy all morning applying fresh flour.
Kno developed a liking for tho stuff
and kept sucking it off with her trunk
.Walla Walla, Wash. J Stat,.
Under Weak. Creamery.
Prodmv Steady, Unchanged
NEW YOltK, Nov. L'7. Butter weak
creamery higher than extras 60 H a rSl:
extra 60; firsts 4 7 57. Eggs steady.
unchanged. Cheese, steady; state,
whole, milk flits, held specials 2 7 5?1 -1
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