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DA1LT EAST DREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREOON, THURSDAY EVENING,-DECEMBER 23, 1825,
TV0 DIE VHEN BOILER
Colorado. Cln ton's lody was Mown
three car lengths from the engine,
which was demolished liy the cxplo
tdiin. The engineer had stopped the
train ro replace the water Rlasa on the
I oiler head when tho cxplusion occur
red. WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BACK-
iiiiillliiiualiiiiiii i 111 liiiliiiilili I ll llllllli
OF ENGINE EXPLODES
DENVER, Deo. 23. (IT. 1M -Two
nw-n were killed and another seriously
Injured near Alonumcnt, Colo., yester
iny when a boiler of a Sunt Fe loco
motive exploded, according to h reiHirt
receive bete. J E. Clayton, a fireman,
and K. K. Mailman, head biiikeman.
wern Instantly killed and engineer
Pearson, were perhaps fatally Injured
when the boiler nf a Simla Fe freight
locomotive ephdcd near Monument.
ou iuiokki...k iiiim fails
XKW VOItK, Pec. 23. (A. !.)
Failure of the brokerage firm of Fos
ler and Lonnsbery was announced
from the rostrum of the slock ex
change yesterday. 1H has done bus ,
iross on the exchange for nearly 20
ears. It Is understood the firm has
leen an active trader In Vanadium
steel, which is one of the stocks that
led In the recent heavy reaction on tho
, Choice Canadian Issues
. I2 to 9 Yields
$70. 000, per cent Gold Bomls.
MUNICIPAUTY OF ASSINIBOIA
PHOVI Xt K OF .MAXITOIIA
9 Per Cent Yield
Exempt from All Dominion Government Taxation. .
PIUCK 8S.13 AXD IXTEItKST
Dated December 1. 1920. Due December 1, 1923. Denomination $300
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$10,000, 5 IVr'Ciia tUH.lV ltOXDS
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA
7 1-2 Per Cent Yield
Kxruipt froi All Dominion ttovernnH'rt Taxation.
I'KICK M.TS AXD 1XTEKRST,
Dated May 1, 1915. Due May 1, 1923. Denomination J1000.
FKK CENT OIU.IGATIOX CwOLD XOTES
CITY OF EDMONTON
. - pjtOVIXCB 1V AliBEIITA
' 9 Per Cent Yield
KiCUipt from All Dominion Ciovernnirnt Taxation.
1H1CK AXD 1XTKREST
Dated September 1, 1920. Due September 1, 1922. Denomination $1000.
Principal and semi-annual interest payable In t'nited States Cold
Coin in New- York City or at the offices of Morris Brothers, Inc.
Telephone or Telegraph Orders at Our Expense.
MORRIS BROS., Inc.
. "Tbo Premier Municipal Bond Ilimse"
Established Portland. Orefron Morris Building Capital
Oer 309-11 citark lVomlwav 2t,"l One
. uartcr Other Offices at Seattle), Tacojna, . Million .
Century . Wasli., and San Francisco, CaL Dollars . .
SAFES DEPOSIT BOXUS
I , .
The Idcal Ghrisima?; Gift
for the Whole Family
A Ford Sedan or Coupe. What could be
more appreciated by the family than a Se
dan for four or five or the Coupe for two.
They are comfortable and easy riding,
keeping you but of the wind and ruin and
dust. We haVe these model on hand for
immediate delivery and can drive one to
your door Christmas morning, Come in and
look them over. Let us show you the quality
and comfort that are built into these sturdy1
little cars. Prices F. O. B. Pendleton are,
Sedan $949.75 and Coupe $897.70. Remem
ber THAT WE ONLY HAVE A FEW OF
THESE FOR DELIVERY NOW.
Simpson Auto Co.
Water'and Johnson SU.
NEW YORK If you haven't seen Delysia's back (left), "you ain't seen noihin' yet!" Kitty
Gordo (right) use. I to hare the world' most beautiful back. But the artists here and In Franra
and England now hnd the honor to the French girl, who has come to New York wito "AXGr" the
colorful tpaetacle Imported from London.
XOME, Alaska, Dec. 23. (A. P.)
rtelics of an early Arctic expedition,
possibly tho fatal British venture of
.Sir John Franklin of 1845 were found
by Captain Joe Bernard, Nome trader
and explorer during a recent four
year trip to strange lands far to the
I north, liernard returned to Noma not
long ago on his schooner the Teddy
Itare curios of many kinds, as welt
as the expedition relics were brought
back to Nome by liernard. The col
lection is believed the most extensive
of its kind ever comlns out of the Arc
tic regions and Is thought to bo of
On the schooner was what .Bernard
described as a "human curb,," Apukt-
THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS PRESENT
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One of Those Beautiful Pastel Pictures Now on Display at
1 121 East Court fi.W ' ' Phone 318 f
WASHINGTON', Dec. 23. (A. P.)
Utate railway commission of Ar
kansas and Minnesota have been or
dered by the interstate commerce
commission to increase state passen-
male member of the strange (ger rates anil excess burgage charges
' f ' 4 s
HP HIS is a season of the year when it is a pleasure
to exchange fraternal greetings which cement
the cordial relationship and good feeling which ex
ists between us.
We wish also to assure vou that our best endeavors
will be to maintain that quality and service which
has gven character to the Harvest Bread. 1
And jn extending to our friends sincere and hearty
Holiday greetings, we desire for you an abundance
of the best things in life. And may the coming year
bring health, increased wisdom and happiness..-
EAT MORE BREAD
tribe of "blond .Eskimo" discovered
several years ago on the shores f
Coronation Gulf by Vilhjalmnr Ste
fansson, Canadian explorer. Bernard
said he intended to t;tke Apuktwana
le the outside world so people could
aeo what the queer "Blond Eskimos''
Bernard attempted to press through
the Northwest Passage and reach the
Atlantic Ocean but was halted by ad
verse ice conditions. "When he turned
back from his -voyage eastward, he
had progressed over two-thirds of the
way along the narrow body of ice
blocked water lying along the north
ern Coast of North America between
ihe Atlantic and the Pacific.
Much of Bernard's time while away
was spent In the region between Ade
laide Peninsula and the southeastern
corner of Victoria Land. He left Nome
on a trading expedition in the summer
f.f 1916 and. after-wintering on the
way, arrived the following summer at
Taylor Island, located in . Victoria
Strait, off Victoria Land.
He did not jntend to stop at Taylor
Island but was compelled to make It
his headquarters- when hla boat be
came frozen in and was not cleared
of tho Ice for two years. When he
finally cleared the boat, in 1919 he
proceeded on his way but got only to
the Kagrok Klver on Coronation Unit
when he was frozen in again. During
the winter of 1919-20 he visited King
William Land and adjacent sections.
Last summer Bernard decided to re
turn to the outside world and turned
about and headed for Merschel Island,
Cape Barrow and Nome. Weathei
conditions were good and he made the
rim before the lie closed in for thi
- Aboard the Teddy Bear was a large
collection of furs for which Bernard
had traded while in the north.
to the level now prevailing in inter
state commerce. The commission
held that the present charges in the
two states amounted to a discrimina
tion against interstate traffic.
Both Arkansas and 'Minnesota, are
numbered among the 17 states who re
fused to giant a 20 per rent increase
In passenger fares last August to con
form with the incrnas In Interstate
traffic, and the decisions today mark
'the first action to be taken " by the
commission since hearing were given
seven states here recently. The com
mission previously ruled against the
state commissions of New York and
Wisconsin and those cases are now
pkn tuns not 'Apsfaabaw
lIIE business man who keeps his
oanK balance before him fears
not for the future he knows
just where he stands financially.
With our motto of "system, safety
and service" constantly before us
w5 will continue to serve the public
as conservative bankers.
iTitxiTi'Ki: rim i:s i.owkic
J I.OO.M1NC.TON, Ind Dec. 23.
(U. !'. Furniture prices throughout
the country should range a third low
cr then they were six months ngo, F.d
ward Showers, reputed to be1 the na
tionoi birgist manufacturer of house
hold furniture, said.
DISCOVERER OF RICH
CLAIM NOW IN NEED
FAIRBANKS, Alaska, Dec: 23. -(A.
P.) Winfield (Mer, who In the stam
pede davs of '98 discovered claim No.
29 on Eldorado Creek, one of the rich
est strikes made in the Dawson coun
try, left here recently for the Alaska
Pioneers Home at Sitka, Alaska, brok
en in health and being helped b!
friends. " .
Soon after' his d scovcry, Oler, not
guessing the value of his claim, sold
It to a man named Charlie Anderson.
Oier believed he was getting the best
of Anderson on the deal. Anderson
thought BO, too, and tried but failed
to get his money back from Oler after
the deal was closed. Later Anderson
took a fortune from the claim.
Your Best Food
CONSTRUCTION OF LEGION
SI SHRINE CENTRALIA PLAN
Christmas Cheer r
for all the year
A solid year of Christmas cheer! Smiling faces and
happy hearts! No time for worrying and crossing bridges!
Who does not long for a way to make that true?
Well, there is sucn a way and many are finding it.
Give Christmas presents that are useful and will be ap
preciated the year 'round. They'll recall to mind daily the
happy occasion when they were given and recived. Thus
will the Spirit of Christmas be kept green.
People who put thought into their giving are saying
"Merry Christmas" electrically, this year especially... Such
presents invariably impress with their lasting elegance and
good taste, yet they are not expensive. And their great
service commands the instant appreciation of the user.,
There's something electrical for all on your list, some
thing they'lLbe the happier for having and using. Come
Pacific Power & Light Co.
"Alwyt ftt Your Service"
I CENTR ALIA, Wash., Dec. 23. (A.
I p.) IMans ore being made for con
struction here of what is expected to
.become an American Legion Shrine
building dedicated to the memory of
'four 1-egion men killed by nlled In
dustrial Workers of the World dur
ing an Armistice Day parade last year.
American Legion posts in various
Njj 'parts of the country have asked that
Jlthnv be allowed to help in raising the
' i t5"0.n,ft needed to erect the structure.
I officers of the local post have an
Knj 'pounced. i
T The building, according to plans
! At.iA ...,r.M m-ilt inliiln a memorial !
uv-iut;u - . -- --
jhnli; a museum for war relics, .Legion
club rooms and an auditorium.
fjo.nno pkhsoxs o l i.vixo
l8 A.VOKLE8. 'nl., Dec. 23 (A.
f,J Increasing popularity" of - flying
. j.. .1 unnoiincement of an
....-.n.- r t,o Angeles that
ft fat fairlea 50,000 palronn In the
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