East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, January 08, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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Home, Sweet Horns
f-'t TTl.i:, Jm g.,Ai p,)Tn
ty five Chinese silk merchants en
mite to the International silk imposi
tion hi New York, the work of Kehru
i ry arrived hcuvlasl night anil will
nc entertained toiluy hy the Seattle
WASHINGTON', Jan. 8. (A. P.l
Early united action by organised la
bor in reply to the decision of the su-!
preme court against the Machinists
International I'nlon, holding secon-"'
.'"jcima miKiii, was in-euieteo
China Club and the Commercial club, today by V. S. Gnuthier, actiiifr presl-!
The party arrived at Victoria, H. C idem or the union. It might take thr
last nicht on the liner Kmpresg of ! form, he said, of a movement to re
lii'fula. jpcal the Sherman anti-trust act.
Included In the delegation are: Hft "le Sherman law was en- !
TIf.I i i,r .h,nn.T,i,.,k.r "" uniair comm
tear Steam Filature of Shanghai, in
Interested in 28 filatures in various
part of the republic; Zee King Yunx
I owner of the THiuMe leer Filature;
: Woo Tsin Pah, owner of the Golden
Anchor Filature and I,ce Tonquay, a
Towtah merchant of Shanghai, who is
A prominent business man of China.
They are accompanied by three gtrl
reelers and skilled machinist!. The
party will leave for New York Satur
day. Representatives of the national aspo
rtation of the raw silk Industry of
Japan will arrive in Seattle about Jan-'
nary 11, enroute to New York
nations and It has been utllirsd to- f
gether with the amended Clayton art j
tor regulation of trades unions."
Action of the supreme court in the
machinists case had nullified the
Rood of the Clayton act "passed, us
j beneficial to labor,', he continued, ud
jding: '
ii now stands-in me position or
forbidding labor to Keek assistance of '
its friends In rnrrying on a peaceful
campaign against non-union or an-1
tngonlstic corporations."
During the past year tobacco smolt-;
ers paid in taxes $295,8()S,000. i
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7h!s is a delaiser. It Is also tho home of two Greek refugees,
taother ani child, in the Near East Relief iVmp at Bat urn on the
Black Sfln. Tbe dtlouser, Tiiscarded by ttia Kussinns, n the only
shelter Uu. could a found far ttcm. Turks killed the rest of tbe
Use Utah Coal, which is satisfying more people
every day.
Bathroom, beciroom, every
room. Attach any where
to light circuit
Plume IS
SOU E. Court
lip i
T.) The I'nited Slates will nev
e r be literally dry. Prohibition
Commissioner Kramer k'eolared
today though he expressed the
opinion that prohibition Is here
to stay. Sentiment throughout
the country, ho said, is continu
ally growing stronger for prohi
bition and practical prohibition
will come after the present generation.
Two of the most homelike hotels
n Portland, located in the heart of
the chopping and theater district
Ail Oregon Elecric trains stop at
the SEWARD HOTEL tlie House of
Cheer. Excellent dining room in
connection. THE HOTKIj COIt
XKI.irs, the House or Welcome, is
only two short blocks from the Se
ward. Our brown busses meet all
trains. Hates $1.50 and up.
.C. Cl'T.BERTSON, Prop.
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kyj, J. XX. USl M.
Fbjslctan and Sargeoo
Osteopath -Rooms
21 and 25 Smith-Crawford
relephona To Ru T4t-B
Limber Up With Pene'rattas
Hamlin'a Wizard Oil
For Lame Back, Sideache, Shoul
der Pain. Stiff Neck, etc., use Ham
lins Wizard Oil. It penetrates
quickly, eases the pain and drives
out the soreness. Keep it in the
Wizard Oil is a pood dependable
preparation to brveinthe medicine
chest for first 'a.'a v.hcn the doctor
may be far away. Vo-.i have no
idea how useful it will be found in
cases of every day ailment or mis
hap, when there is need of an im
mediate healing, antiseptic applica
tionyas in cacs of sprains, bruises,
cuts, burns,-bites and stings.
Ceneroua size botiie 35c. ' x
If you ant Iroublu with constipation
op skk hcjdaclif try llliniliii B Wizard
l.lver WhiPH. Just plsaaiiu iittla ulnt
pllu m lirugKlata tm sou.
f CAR as dependable as lousiness
transportation . is important no
Matter what the weather. That is Buick,
and that is why Buick cars are in such
great demand in business everywhere.
The new Buick Nineteen Twenty One
models combine utility with beauty; re
liability for business with riding comfort
so pleasing in hours of relaxation.
A. nation-wide Authorized Buick Service
guarantees initial Buick dependability.
Effecih-e January , regular equipment
on all models mill include cord tires
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l'OKT Al' l'ltlN'CB, Jan. 8. (A.
) Hepoits that Haitians formerly
active in the politics of tho republic
were trying to put forward a move
ment looKing to the withdrawal of
American occupation forces have been
widely circulated in Port'au Prince.
it was nam mat arrangements were
being made by leaders of the move
ment to send a delegation to Wash
ington to urge that, inasmuch as the
bandit bands hud been ' subduttl, the
government be turned bark to the
people. .Military authorities do not
relieve, however, that the agitation
will lie far reaching.
Withdrawal of marines would
I mean the instant departure of nearly
1 every American in business in Haiti.
according to the view expressed by
Americans generally. Indeed, it is
said 'that if the. marine. should go.
President Dartigiicimva ; would start
ahead of them.
Discussing this possibility, the pres
ident has declared that, under the
treaty, the occupation forces will re
irlain until the Washington govern
ment is convinced that the gendarm
erle is prepared to deal Willi any situ
ation. It is because of this under
standing that the ugitntion lor with
drawal Is not talcfiu seriously by- the
Haitian or American authorities, al
though it appears -to be growing in
some quart era.
The freedom with which some of
the Haitian newspapers, have accused
and attacked marines has helped
stimulate the demand of some of the
oid political leaders that they be sent
home. ,
M.UWSOX, Win, Jan. 8. (A. P.)
A warrant charging gland 1 larceny
against Pierre fanl .Author, Highland
Park, III,, chemist, reported missing
since Jan, 1, was issued today after
Philip t'rnnzen, n I nlversity of WI-
cousin employe, told the police Au
thor had "stolen his wife nt the point
of 0 pistol" and forced him to furnish
Mi0 for iv "honeymoon" which An
ther and Mrs. Franwii were quoted as
faying they were going to take. I'Van
en said his wife left their uabv with
Frnnren, iiKa ftatement of a love
quadrangle covering three continents.
made charges of double bigamy, gun
play and Infidelity. Am her, his -wife
in Highland Park, Frunnen and his
wife, who, he says, left his home, with
Author niter tolling him that she had
married Anther thirteen years ago in
Australia, were characters In the utory
told to the police.
Wife i"ot Surprised,
CHICAGO, Jan. s. (A. I'.l.Mrs.
)llen Harvey Auther, wiie of Pierre
Paul Auther tonight expressed little
surprise when informed of the state
ment of Philip Franzen In Madison.
Wis., that Auther bud forced him at
the point of a gun to sign a pnper
waiving all claims against his wife
and then had left Madison with her.'
"1 have felt ever iilnce he clisap-1
pea red Jan. 1, he had not met with an
accident but that he had gone to some
other woman.
"I have found severul love letters
signed 'Charlotte'."'
Anther, she said. Immediately after
their Wert id r.g began "spending hi r
dowry of $2,001 on other w-qnien."
Mrs. Auther, who served In France
as a nurse, said she was certain there
was no truth )n reports that her hus
band might have been murdered be
cause of. secret .formulae for 'aniline
dyes he was said to possess.
War Iopurlment expenditures for
the fiscal year ending June 3", 19::n,
were l.fii)'-MiiS.!tr,6,S2.
NEW YORK, Jan. S. (A. P. V
Submission ol a report or an ap
proaching revival of the war finance
corporation aroused opposition at to
day's meeting of the Ni w York cham
ber (if commerce nnd precipitated a
discussion that ended in tabling the
report. ' . . .
The committee on finance, and cur
rency, of which Thomas W. Lamont
was acting chairman, submitted the
report and the opposition was led by
Eugene Meyer,. Jr., former managing
director of the corporation.
The report,. .Mr, . Utmotit polnCed
out contained no definite recommen
dation, but was prepared at the re
quest of the chamber for information
on foreign trade relief and whether
such Telief should be mude through
revival of the war finance corporation.
Mr. Meyer asserted acceptance ;of
the report -would be an evidence on
the part of the chamber of opposition
to the corporation.
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Oregon Motor Garage, Inc.
Flume 408 J A Ll'iZ. 119, 121 W. Court
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SALEM, Jan. 8. (A. P.) The gov
ernor said Dobbin wired .definitely de
f lininu to reconsider his refusal of the
highway appointment. The governor
saiil he would be sli'W to make another
ippointment. ...
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After Lon; Suffering Mrs. Sieferl j
Wai Restored to Health, by..
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable j
Compound i
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Pottsville. Pa. "I suffered ! with I
female trouble for four or five years and 1
fTsFl V 'li" 1 ' was very "rrcguiar. I
k'-i" ,' I was not tit to do '.
my work at tune 1
and took medicine j
from a doctor and !
got no benefit. I I
saw Lydia fi. Pink-
ham's Vegetable
Compound adver
tised in the news
papers and took it
and got all right. I
gained twenty i
pounds-or more and
am now able to do my work. I recom
mend the Vegetable Compound to my
friends and you may use these facts as a
testimonial.' Mrs. Sallie Siefkht.
313 VV. r'ourth Street, Pottsville, Pa.
1 he everyday lile of manv housewives
Is a continual struggle with weakness
and pain. There is nothing more wear
ing than the ceaseless round of house
hold duties and they become doubly hard
when some female trouble makes eery
bone and muscle ache, and nerves all on
If you are one of these women do not
suffer for four or fiv years, as Mrs.
Siefcrt did, but profit by her experience
md be restored to health by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
- Famous 5-Ton
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Why it ia the foremost tractor f its size and power
n the market today.
niMirc but don't cutiftuw, t))e t'ternlllnr" is -Ton Tractor
with other tractor. It is built, to the standard of pei formauce, "
not of price. It was 'designed l Holt engineers. In conjunction '
with other uf. the foremost automotive engineering talent of the
, ,v"111' that was at our government's disposal during; the war. ,
It has successfully met the most severe requirements that any .
machine . has over been subjected to on two continents, in all
classes of work farm work, contracting, freight i rig Xew York '
City recently ordered fifty "H-Tons-- to sivo Its snow-dlsposal .,
problem. There's not an exp.'rlmenlal or untried fealun) In Its i -1
entire construction, it h is prov ed conclusively proved lis stt
erior merit. And the result is found In lis unfailing, depend- ' .
able, economical and troublc-froe performance. That means
farm work done quickly, properly, without delay and at lowed
viM per li'-eHwor-houi',
Compare the appc'iiiince of the "fnicrpillar" 5-Ton Tractor
with that of any other tractor. You'll not find Its equal for
trim, rlcan-ciit, busincss-lllie lines.
Compare the specifications. You'll not find (mother tractor
that has lis raw nuitcriaT held to so eviiciln'sn siandard or speci
fications, and so carefully tested for quality and sirenglh. You'll
not find one that la built in so modern or well-equipped a man
ufacturing p!ant, to Filch hluh standards of workmanship, or so
closejy safe-guarded at every slep hy a thorough Inspection sy.
tern. In no other tractor factory are parts marhlned and fitted
to so close limits of nerurfley as In the "Caterpillar" plant.
Compare and this Is a point of supreme Importance the
records of achievement. No ,lic tVuetor has so broad a record
of use. under so widely vaiiej conditions. No other tractor has
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No other tractor can so completely meet your requirements.
'Catrrpllh f,-Ton Tractor has wonderful range of adapt
ability M various l.lnds and cniidiliolis of work. It Is narrow mid
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speeds, "ranging from 1. inMi s per hour hi low to 5.7 In high.
And It has liberal power in its direct or working speed of 3 miles
per hour to do lots of work ipdcklY. Its motor Is conservatively
rated at 0 hrake horsepower the drawlmr pull In direct spe-d
ts S 10n pounds. Plowing capacity, ns Indkuted hy report from
iiserti. varies with the depih of plowing and the nsture of the
-soil, but can be conservatively averaged at o Inches of plows
for a 7 to 10 inch depth. No tractor of anywhere near Its ls
ran turn In so short a radius. 'No tractor of any sire can nurpiiM
it In low cost per horsepower-hour no other of the ame sijte
can approach it Hi power, economy ami durability. I
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' " Alatlon torms s larpe a pari
of 4aval work as of army training
'there da3."t'ncie 8anris putting ,
in charge of his battleships menj
who understand aviation thor
oughly. Captain T. L. Craven, '
. who has been director of naval
tTiatlon, las been ordered to sea.
in command of a battleship.. Cap-,
tain W A. MotTult i tha uew til
rjf;ttr of naval arlajlpn,.
We repair all makes of Starting, Lighting and Ignition
Systems. Only jjenuine parts used and sold. , '
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The new reduced prices'on the Philadelphia Diamond Grid
Philco Retainer Storage Batteries are now in effect.
They still maintain the highest quality 'of; material and
workmanship.' ' .:,'.'.
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