Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1920)
DAILY EAST OEECOUIAS. PE1TDLET0N, OREGON.
I. i- j.m .uiu '- -'. ' .' I i' "t
MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1920
- TWELVE PAGS.3
People Here and There
A. If. Rudtl, wlu has been at Keho
for tho put several months actinic a
nn Inspector on roird work being don
for the ritnto Highway ('ommlsHlon,
has returned, to Pendleton for tho Win
Pnrtlnnd wan not enjoying a snow
full last evonng uch h Pendleton ex
perienced, Jumca H, Welch, who re
lumed thl mornliiK, "aid. MJ. Welch I
waa in Portland over the week end on
D business trip.
Tho Indian rpBervallon Is covered
wlih a blanket of Know, Major K. I
Hwnrulander, Indian agent, mid today.
The major man In town early thin
morning mail lug a , hugo urmful of
Christ mus package. , .
Joe Pedro, of Better Creek, was In
town thin morning on a hurried luutl
nex trip. He wax In a hurry to get
linck to hlx farm to nee that his sheep
nro being well looked after while the
Hmw In un the ground.
.Orvllo Tteevos, teacher of Bmlth
Hugheg work In Pendleton high school,
haa gone to Seattle where he will
upend the Holiday wllh hia wife and
Hinull daughter who went there two
weeka ago to visit relative.
' A fhrlstms gift of I25 waa re
cently prented to (lenrge Tonkin,
Ufllted 8talr-s gome warden, by the
Oregon Cattle and Monie Unlxer Assn.
elation because'of his work In appre
hending' a cattle thelf. Mr. Tonkin
also received a gift Borne time ago
trom the United Mutes Biological So
ciety becauae of hla work In arresting
Iwo men who had killed antelope. The
game warden la hero today on business.
Hubert Tllsnop.'of thla city, hog gone
to Halem where he will upend tho holi
day visiting, with hla grandparents,
Mr, mid Mr. C. P. l!lhop and Mr. and
Mrs. C. 1). fiubrlelson.
I OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Itobert Harp, a farmer from Hold
man, la a ChrlMtmaa shopping viMor
to Pendleton tcnlay. He Bald that the
Know at H'oldman la of the aama
depth aa In Pendleton. , .
Sue for Ih-lee of llano,
II. H. Adair today brought ault
against George Attcbury et al., to col
lect 12.10 which la alleged due on a pi
ano. Tho plaintiff ia repreemed by
jCieorgo W. Oearhart, of Portland.
IfMl.f.V and Mint let n 'tit Fnrshuw'a.
Hlchard Hice, who haa been attend
ing tho Culver Military Institute ut
Culver, Ind arrived home on Sunday
morning to paa the holiday with hla
father and mother, Mr. and Mra. (i.
M. lllce. He came home by way of
Siiokane and visited In that city for a
Twelve-year-old Walter Bowman,
hurt in an auto accident a month ago,
HtiH uses rt-utches aa an aid to navi
gation but nevertheless he climbed
abonrd No .23 last night, bound for
Med ford to apend Chrlstmna with hla
parent. The youngster was left at
Bt. Anthony' hospital to recover when
hla family left tho city in make their
home In Medford. The boy la making
the trip tinder the care of John Oer
val. who la on hla way to Butherlln to
visit hla parent during the holiday.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
25c per 11k
WALNUTS, 3 LBS. FOR 81.00
These are new crop No. 1 soft shell California
ORANGES 45c DOZEN
Larger Sizes in Proportion.
QUALITY FOR ECONOMY,
THE ECONOMY FOR QUALITY
Klu-rlff-i'lcvt, H IKmd
Zoeth Houser, sheriff-elect, wai In
tho city today on business and he filed
his bond aa sheriff ami tax collector
for his term of office commencing
Jan. 3, 1921. The bond I a security
bond and la for $50,000.
Grocer FUc Two Suit.
I). H. Uuriiap, grocer, today'brought
suit against Leo Bampson to collect
$333.40, alleged due for merchandise.
and against Thlllp Jones for flfllf, al
so due for merchonlso. Tho plaintiff
ia represented In. both case by Carter
Two Couple Are IJcenwd.
Marriage licenses were issued to two
couple over the week end, one being
Issued late flu turd ay am another to
day. Edward T. Hawkin and Mra. El.
borta, Arnold of Pendleton, were II
censed Saturday and Jack Rossman.
of Baker, and Mra. Margaret E. Craw
ford of Pendleton were licensed today.
'mmlMiiierH View lUwd
Despite the enow fall, the county
romnfiKsloners today went out north of
l'cndletiin on the Cold Spring road on
another tour of inflection. This road
I to bo let to contract at the January
meeting of tho rotate Highway Com
mission In Portland and work la ex.
peeled to be started In the early spring.
New Ta t'olleotor In.
,Mrs. Non.i Mi Kail, who will have
charjio of the tat books when Zootb
liousea takes office us sheriff, came up
tiHlay from Echo to Mart Htudying her
work under A. C. link, who will re
tire as tux collector January 1. after-
jj 1 serving 17 year In the office. Mra.
psMeFall haa been with the Hank of
3 H Echo for a number of yeara and la a
daughter of the sheriff-elect.
jtirand Jury Meet January 3.
B9 The circuit court grand Jury which
rolled to meet last Monday nnd
Tjhad to be adjourned owing to the III-
I i ntWH ui ine mrrnmii, win inrr-v
Cj day, Jannnry , according to present
Joe Hodssnn. who wa taken III and
C could not aerve, ia expected to hare
I ; recovered aufflclently to enable him
iCitn sit with the lury. The aame seven
I H men will be called tn complete the In
IKivestlgation of the alleged third degree
In the county Jail laat aummer.
"iM3Wiv3ax sno3inno3 moj 3NiN-oanoi 3nohj
' That's our limit and besides we have plenty good
ShW0areTeadirig the way for lower priced shoes
by selling high grade merchandise at low grade
PnCOur line of men's, women's and children's shoes
is always complete and we can fit and please you at
the price you wish to pay.
Udie Felt Slipper in all color, 51.89 to
Pendleton' Popular Price Shoe Store.
735 Main Street
Wonts Snow Swept Off Walks,
Street Commissioner H. B. Longley
today made a request that all owners
of property sweep the snow off their
walks and save the officera the trou
ble of enforcing the city ordinance
and penalizing thane negligent. Own
era of vacant lota and of fraternal and
church bnlldlnga In the city are the
moat negligent, he said.
PayCash Receive More 'eJvffr
iDESPAIN & LEE CASIf GROCERY
209 E. Courf N Phone 880
3 Dounds or
Complete line of Fruits Dates. Figs and Nuts
Pav Cash Receive More ' P'3jjs 8
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
209 E. Court rhone 880
The wheat nrketa show a atronger
itendency today, having closed at
'$1.70 1-2 after-opening at $1.69 while
I March wheat cloned at 11.64 3-8 after
opening at $1.64 1-2.' For. May. the
closing mnrk waa $1.61 1- and the
jopenlng price $1.59. Following are
i the quotation from Overbeck A Cooke
i local brokers:
1.70 t4 '
BILL IS APPROVED
WAPniXnTON', Dec. 20. (A. r.
Tho house wayn and means committee
today approred the Forduey emer
gency tariff bill designed to protect
farmer. The committee made two
changes; It added lemons to the list
with a duty of one and a helf oenta
Per pound, and increased the rate jf
peanut oil from 20 to 26 cents a gallon.
Representatives In the house from
agricultural districts pledged support
of tho bill but Instructed a committee
to urge that frozen beef, lemons, and
canned nilmon be Included in the high
MFirrixc. wiu, ik mxn
(Continued from page 1.)
Street Improvements which ore now
being made In Pendleton are going to
cost considerably less than the city
engineer's preliminary estimates,
Frank B. Ilayea, city engineer, suld to.
day. He hna cirtnpleted estimates of
the final cost on several streets which
have been paved on the north side
of the river and found that the cost
I running below estimate.
In addition to paving the streets,
gas, sewer and water connection from
mains to the curb lines of all lot were
ordered placed before grading wa
done. This nervlce added somewhat
to the expense of Improvement but
the final cost shows that original es
timate for the grading and paving
alon exceeded the actual-coat of grad
ing,, paving and all services connection.
None of the work completed so far
ha been "inspected and officially ac
cepted by tho city although It I be
ing used for traffic as on as finished.
The acceptance probably will come a
mnntti hence. The final estimates,
likewise, will P.M. go to the council un
til some time In January.
EIj CENTRO,iCalif Dec. 20. (A.
P.) The first Becfym of ft Bout hern
Pacific special train, hauling a carni
val company, left the track three miles
east of Kl Centre early Hunday. Two
cars near the middle M the 19 car'
train left the track and rolled over.
Borne trained seals In one of the cars 1
escaped niTd were found later In a cot-j
ton field. Fonr workmen employed by j
the carnival company were hurt, one 1
seriously. ' j
SAN FltANCISCO, ; Dec. 30. (A.
P.) Harry1 Brqlaakf . and Douglas
Xewton have been found guilty of con
spiracy to violate the prohibition law
by a Jury of the federal court. Jules
Oamaee. third defendant, wa acquit
ted. The government charged that the
lefentyM were Involve in a plot to
sell "exclusive rights" for the dispo
sition of liquor In tbe .tan Jouquln val
ley. Promises of protection, according
to government witnesses, were based
on assumption that former prohibition
directors for California had been
lined up" by the defendants.
I -: ' -pf1 h
I APPROPRIATE CHRISTMAS J
wm GIFrs- ri
QlMLM Oift 'that "are useful and Many of 1
nTTf endiitlu- which fill a want carry were "elected with
SPP! . rtl,?y . ddre-.. tW- this thought In our mind. ' W
I BEAUTIFUL DIAMOND RINGS f 'M jj
1 WPl nertluae'of thrfr beauty. ' duraWIUy .nd ' charm I Pi S
H W !fr"4i It ngs are the most popular of all Chrhrtma gift. The pre y
I iftl " , TroMrous times enable many Vo buy H r
I iV ' in later years will prove prlm Investment.. We ! J
I O nificent display of Diamond' Kings at a wide range of price. , fJ
I SOME EXCELLENT SUGGESTIONS '
B9 P Wrist Wa-ne OoldSVatches """X' U
I Itar Pins. .S Waldemar .'hain Art C, -T5J"- . lfj C
t i Pet Itlngs Everharp Vencils Mantfl Clocks iJm it
M p " i, FKuntain Pens Frenc Ivory - ffA h
1 'vlnl y Cigretto Caa ' Kheffleld Silver J
g Jatfr Iket's AreU. .ber Goods. . 4 . , g
' -M Gifts "that reflect tho good taste of the glve and prov 7
Ha worthy remembrances may bo had here at a moderate outlay. y
. Yi ' ' Good selection Increases Jhe value of your girt.
-; y" " SAWTELLET&, Inc. M 1 t
j:: L- . i , -wi'!i-r gefj f
S tfl The LargV-t lilam..il fjv 5
? .Xv IK-aU-n In fJtxUfn Oregon JJ&tj S ,
F ' ' X'iSjC ' '' Artl.-l- Held ,"' "'
MADRID. Dec. 20. (A. P.) Al
though Marquis deLema, Spanish for
eign minister, was non-eommittal to
day when questioned regarding the' re
ports of an Important treaty having
been, concluded 'between Hpain and
i Great Britain, there is inclination in
jpoljtlcal circles here to give credit to
'the'indicatlona wheh have found pub
jliolty recently that Spain Intends to
, break away from the isloation which
has been her policy since the restor
ation of the monarchy. The foreign
minister's Informal statement wa that
he was unable to give a definite re
ply to the inquiry regarding the re
ported Anglo-Spanish treaty, but he
remarked that the relations between
HE SOUGHT REVENGE
said, he sought revenge for what he
considered inadequate settlement of
his, claim for reimbursement for in
juries received while working as a
jMilwaukee brakeman several years
Jago. .. .
SEATTLE, Dec. 20. Marcus , Elon
Smith, charged withm bombing, and
Don't think becauae you have taken
partly wrecking the home of Frank R. many remedies in vain mat your
Shong. claim asnt for the Chicago, jg incurable. HooJ's Sarsaparllla ha
Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad 'on eared many seemingly hopeless cases
October 25, waa sentenced to from oneiCf gcrofula, catarrh, rheumatism, kid
to 20 years in superior court here yes-!n(,y complaint, dyspepsia, and general
the two countries were of the most terday. He pleaded guilty ana was j debility. Take liooa s.
cordial nature. given tbe minimum penalty. Smith t
We have a large assortment
of Christmas Stationery.
. Prices and quality to suit
Eversharp Pencils, $1.00 to
Waterman and Parker Foun
tain Pens, $2.50 to $6.00,
Post Card Albums in genu
DAVENPORTS AND LIG
Chocolate Creams, Bon Bons,
Fruits and Nuts and assorted
candies. The best that can be
made. Boxes, 75c to $7.50 per
Christmas cards and stickers.
C . I A . THERE IS THE JOY OF . $
A ETTINGA . .
S , , KODAKS FROM $9.49 UP g
A- ' l. Silt Li. I H3I 'A -'if. ' ' onrl than tho fun nf nainsr it -J!t
J''". that day and all the days to
fv ? tY
V 1 I
wnvs arises as to what use the power!
n'ii,i 1 nut and on this point th-
fmatllla rapida project haa an advant-
nirn iiv otb-r ' e- r " I 1 1 H
most of the power could at once be f
profitably employed In pumping water k
We have an exceptionally
large stock of the better qual
ity leather goods.
Ladies' Purses, $2.50 to $25.
Hand Bags up to $20.00.
Writing sets, $2.00 to $20.
Leather Fit-alls, $3.50 to $10.
Military Brushes in leather
Cigar Cases and Cfgarette
Cases up to $10.00.
Playing cards in leather cas
Music Rolls, $3;00 up.
PERFUMES AND TOILET
Never before have we had
such a complete assortment of
all classes of perfumes, toilet
waters and other toilet articles
Perfumery in pretty bottles,
75c to $7.50.
Toilet Waters, $75c to $4.00.
Djerkis Sets, Clara Nome
Sets, Jointed Sets, Violet Dulce
Se fwm S2.00 t SI 1.00 each.
PL Eancjr boxes of face powder,
HIE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
KODAKS FROM $9.49 UP
and then the fun of using it
that day and all the days to
You will find our store re
plete with gift suggestions. We
have made a special effort to
have things to sell for Christ
mas that people would like to
get for Christmas.
We still have
several sets of
French and' Py
ralin Ivory left,
priced $6.50 to
....Our stock of
priced $6.50 to
and practically a
complete line of
toilet articles in
both the plain
and decor a t e d
THERMOS BOTTLES AND
Single bottles, $2.75 to $7.25
Sets, $4.00 to $50
i n arid land.
iint t v mill Mistletoe nt Forshaw'a,
i.jk.... a t a