Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1921)
V' t t I
DAILY llAST OSECONIAW, TENDLETOtf, O&EGOtf,
GATTODAY EVENING, JAKUilEY 8, 1921.
People Here and There
Tit. M. H. Kern, loc.u dentist, Is In
jferiulslon on IjiimI iih.
11. W. Oi'ulittiil, uiiuiaifrr of Hie
Wtllnrd Hurvlco million in (IiIh city
lft today for l'ortlunil on u business
Mr. and Mm. C W. Kdtforton of
l'ortlunil uro kiicm(m ut the Uolcien
Ittilo hotel. Mr. Kdaurton is u typo
Pr. V. D. WuttM, wlio In Henlor part
ner In tlie hardwaru firm of Wntti
lti)K'T. of Atliona, cume to I'ondlc
ton toduy on liiwinewt.
HI C. Iaim, of Keattlo, president of
the Pendleton Holler M i 11m. registered
ut tins Hotel Pendleton toduy. Ho l
line on -lmlnoui aonnccted with the
Gun Perot, Me game hunter mid
traveling tuih-Hinun for I'uler shells,
la In l'eiullelon today calling en the
trade. He In now making hcadquurt
era In rorllund, having been trans
furred from Kpokutio.
i II. C. Aslibaugh. for niuny years
ow ner of a blarksmltli and paint Hhnp
tn Heppner, him Hold his holdi iga and
with Mm. AshbniiKh Ih In I'endle on
for the purpose of locating here. They
are accompanied by their twin daugh
ters. J. A. IlenMon, a brother-in-law of
A, W. Itugg lit hero upon a visit from
Portland where ho recently received
hospital treutmeiit. I'ntil Inst spring
Mr. Ilcnson wan In the Hheep business
In Knstorn Washington but Hold out
after, th market decline net In. He
Mill liaa lund Intercuts near I'loxxcr.
rienttlo as a business metropolis Is
laKKlmr behind Portland, In the opin
ion of ('. I.. Hampton, of the firm of
Crulkshank & Hampton,, local furni
ture dealer. Mr. ilumpton, who re
turned thin morning urter a visit to
both the Oregon and Washington cit
ies, mi) a tliut Portland In doing more
business than Ih Seattle and despite
the recent deflation of prices, tlio
Oregon city Is thriving.
tho accident. The tragedy occurred
on Christmas day.
S. 11, 8nnderson. who publishes the
Times ut l-'reewaler, Is a business vis
itor In Pendleton today.
Kdgnr V. Smith, who has been In
Pendleton on a Hhort bUHinem trip,
left on No. 17 this afternoon for his
home In Portland.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Tnctity-elght yearn ago H. C. Means
a mayor of Umatilla county. He In
identified an onejjf the pioneers of the
county and also has a wide acquaint
ance throughout tlio alale. lie Is a
Pendleton visitor today.
Harry Mitchell, wanted here on
charge of mealing middles, was return
ed to the county Jull lUHt evening from
Missoula, Mont. Deputy Sheriff Wes
Bpeur brought him here. ' .
Htcphoii A. Ijowoll left on No, 1 7
toduy for l'ortlunil where he will look
after business. He was uccompunled
by his duughter, Mrs. Holinun Ferrln,
of Wushougul, Wash.,' Who bus been
a guest at the IjuwoJlltosldonco over
Tail Milffer of this city, Is among
the Pendletoiilun who hud word of
the trnglc deuth' of "l.ong George"
Frunris recently In Montana. Mr.
Hhlffer suys that I'runcls" auto skid
(led off the Milk ltiver bridge, 36
miles north of Havre. The car plung
ed to the Ice below. In the full one
leg und three ribs were broken and he
crawled nearly a mile and u hnlfbe
, fore he slushed Ills thrniit. He had
lost his revolver In the full. The tent.
peruture, according to Jlr. Hhlffer,'
wus 35 degrees below xcro. The body
wa not found until three rtuvs nfter
10 GUILTY, THREE NOT
GUILTY PLEAS ENTERED
Hoy- Kov, of Weston, toduy gave
bond of f!uO for his appcurunco In
circuit court an Monduy to be scn
'tenced for larceny, on which charge
he was Indicted by the grund Jury yes-
rduy. He wus urruigned toduy and
given until Monduy in which lp plcud.
Hurry Thomus, churged with ob
taining money by false pretenses,
pleaded gtillty when urrubiicd lust
evening, having waived time In which
to pleud. He will be sentenced on
Monduy. Wllllum McQee, churged
with lurceny und hold-up, also enter
ed a plea of guilty, but his time for
hearing! sentence wus not fixed. Karl
Allen, who Is alleged to have Ix'en im
plicated with McGee, pleaded 4iot
Juck Wullon und J. W. Donohue.
who were charged with lurceny. were
taken before t lie judge this afternoon
to plead. Both pleaded not guilty.
Suit Drought mi Xole
Tho 'Idaho Ktato Life Insurance Co.,
toduy field suit ugulnst It. Lelsinger to
recover $311.30, alleged due on' I
promissory nutc. 11. 12. Dixon, of La
Grande, Is attorney for the cumpuiy.
ixniAW moxf.v iikij n
flRBAT PALl. Mont., Jan. . (A.
Pi) Disbursement of 1168,000 to the
Indians of the Port Peck reservation
whs not made for the year just closed.
Gambling and lluor sales in towns on
the reorvatlun must cease before the
money will be allotted, according to D.
I). Mossmnn, superintendent of the
reservation. T'nder the disbursement
each Indian recover about 80.
A movement Is on foot to preserve
the Blind dunes lining the Indiana
nhorellne of Ijike Michigan. The In
diana legislature will be asked to ap
propriate 1 1,000,000 and n appeal f"r
Ton should hear the Hoosicr Hoys a similar sum from public subscription
sing at the Naitureno Church. Adv. mill made. t - .
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
Xolc und Aiwnnt piougbt
A nbte for J.'.uo and Interest and
IG3.30, on open accouut, are souglft
from Lucy Khufer by Jennie K. Qulnlun
In an uctlon started In circuit court
todny. Carter & Smytlie rcprescnt'th
Suit to rore(4(ise blurted
Hult was filed by Tracy L. Laker In
circuit court today agulnst K. L.
Thresher and wife and John Cunfield
to foreclose a mortgage given by them
to secure a note for $1600. The pluln;
tiff also asks uXtorncy fees. He is rep
resented by Kuley, Kalcyi,& Bieiwer
and II. J. Warner.
Ill GUI'S ATTACKS "OUtT .MTIOX
WAKHINiiTO.V, Jan. S. (A. P.)
Charles B. Hughes, arguing In lho.su
I'reme court attacked the construction
(laced upon the corrupt practices act
y tne ncniKun federal court which
convicted Senator Newlierry.
KKKO TK.IM Hi:l.; TKAIXKI)
MOSCOW, Idsho., Jan. . (The
nlversity of Idaho agricultural col
lege Is training a seed Judging team
of students for the coming state seed
show at Nampa. Oregon and Wash
ington will have teams in the contest.
Professor H. K. iSonnett, head of the
farm crops department of the Tnl
verstty of Idaho here, announces that
AT HOME IS DESCRIBED
The first Ibing to do Is to, take the
paint off thi',lio(ly Willi puint remover.
Allow It to Nlund fifteen or twenty
minute and apply a fecond coat, per
mitting that to siund another twenty
minutes, Tho puint is thei so s4i
tliut it comes off riiun without much
effort with the putty knife.
The next step is to no over the sur
fnc ewith a rug rouked in turpeiuliie
(gasoline would do) to tuke off all
truces of (he puint remover. After
thut go oyer tho entire surface of the
ear with Mo. 00 sandpaper, hood and
fenders Included, getting the surface
as smooth und clean us possible.
After this the car is ready for the
first coat of paint metal primer. This
is laid on evenly and ullowcd to dry
for twelve hours.
Xext apply the surfacer, a pigment
tvhk;h con cs in paste form. ' Put us
inuch of the pusto In u. can fet you
think you will need und gradually udd
turpentine, stirring uH the while until
the mixture has the consistency of or
dlnury puint. A little mure care will
be required in laying tiiis tout, as it
must be brushed out will and as
smoothly as possible. Let dry six
hours, und when dry rub down with
No. 00 sandpaper and dust off. It is
impossible to apply this coat without
leaving brush murks, but by diligent
sundpupciiug it can be made smooth.
The scaler Is the jiext coat applied
lightly und evenly Just us it conies
from the cun. . It permeates and seals
tho surface, pMuvidind'a perfect foun
dation which keeps the subsequent
coals from Milking in. Let dry twenty-four
Xow buck your car out of the ga
rage und make the painting room ab
solutely dust and dirt free by sweeping
and then siMinkling wicji water the
entire interior, Including the celling if
it is low enough to reach with, the
hose. lie caretul to wet .the overhead
enough to miike it dr,p. Put your car
back in the garage und lay on the
color varnish just us you would paint,
but a little more freely.
When, after twenty-four hours, this
varnish Las thoroughly dried, rub
down with flour -pumice stone suffi-
Hair has been grown sgnln, after bald
nc, in mny ces. This Is no men
tilicalljr proved, Yours may be an smen
blecase;butrouharenot been using the
proper relief. So do not delay In apply
ing Kotslko, The producer are so con
fident tbey oiler yon satisfactory ban
growth or jrotir money-back. Get
null box of KOTALKO at any active
drug store. Apply Kotalko each day
watch your mirror! Do kindly act.
bow bald friend this adtirtitemtnL
AS RESULT OF DIVORCE
there will be 3.000 exhibits of seeds to! gently to take off the gloss, bearing In
be iudeed and the show will bo one of
- - j . .
the biggest of Its kind ever held ill the
OI UMAIX OX TIMAI
DUHLIX, Jan. t. (A. P.) Father
lominlc, chaplain of the Into Terrencc
MucHwiney Is on trial in connection
with alleged "statements likely to
"ause disaffection to his majesty," In
documents and letters found in hi
Two months ago the price of Am
erican coal at Trench pons was
row it Is selling at 114 a ton. Amer
loan eon I can be Imported 10-shillings
a ton cheaper than English coal of cor
HPOKANB, Wash.. Jan. 8. (A. P.)
Moro than 700 children worn miu.
homeless or deprived of the affecliv,l,
care and help of one parent through
divorce actions instituted in Spokane
county courts during 1920, the records
:how. , '
A survey of complaints in 100 di
vorce actions of the year selected at
random from the court files, show that
tho courts ware asked in those cas u
dispose of 104 children. As u total of
nearly 750 divorce actions have been
instituted since Junuury 1, 120, tt
survey indicated that the futures of at
least 700 children have been involved
in all cases filed during the year.
While the - representative cases
"howed that 104 children were Involv
ed in 100 actions, -only 35 of the di
vorces were sought In families with
children. In the other 65 cases there
were no children. -The complaints on
record show that the majority -of the
cases in which children were involved
were marriages of -aU least 15 yearfc
Judge Hugo K. Oswald of the super
ior court bench declared thut the ma
jority of couples coming before him for
divorce had been' married less than
Jewelers contract for the entire o-itptit of
large factories. This enables them to ob
tain watches, Milvcrwarc, gold ana silver
jewelry, etc., at a big saving. You g"t the
advantage of this saving when you buy at
our store. i i.
We are the exclusive Hallmark repre
sentative in Pendleton. (
To the average housewife Monday means
washday. In order to make it a lighter shade of
blue, we offer specially
15 Bars 20 Mule Team Borax Soap for.. $1.00
Washing Powder, per pkff . 25c
Crescent Double Strength Blueing ........ 15c 2
Ivory Soap Flakes. 10c, 11 for $1.00 z
Order one of our Picnic Hams at 25c per lb.
and cook it with one or. more of the following
vegetables. You already have the fire: Cabbage Z,
hard, trimmed heads, 4c per lb. Parsnips Car- pi
rots, turnips, beets, 6 lbs. for 25c. n. V j
113 Wet Webb
We Have Reliable Service!
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Do not fail to see the
new Satin and Crepe
Hats in all colors and
thing .new can be had
THE SLOAN BONNET
110 E. Court SL
mind that the air must he kept tree
of dust. Then put on a second coat of
color varnish, brushing it in the op-,
posite direction to the first and let
that dry twenty-four hours. When
dry rub it down again with flour pum
ice. " Uubbing with pumice should ' be
done with u wet pud of cloth, or piece
of felt. Wet the pad with water, dip
it In the powder and then rub just
enough to take off the high gloss, bust
the surface and prepare for the finish
First wet down the garage again,
und then collect ull the sheets blank
ets, or old carpets you can find, souk
them in water, and hang them up ull
around your cur, allowing a sufficient,
clearance for elbow room. This is one
of tho big secrets of automobile paint
ing. The curtain must be kept damp
until the car is thurotrghly dry, for the
moisture which it gives off pfveuts
the varnish from drying too fust.
The lust coat Is a body varnish,
which, unlike paint, -should be flowed
on pretty generously and smoothed
out only enough to keep it from over
Always try to varnish by panels,
starting and ending ut a door or break
of some kind. The temperature of
the room, the varnish, and the car
should be between 70 und 73 degrees
F. If the varnish- Is chilled It will
not flow smoothly, while if it is too
warm It will set before smoothing out.
When the lust brushful of finishing
varnish has been applied, allow the
car to dry for four days or a week.
The estimates I received for paint
ing my car ranged trom J130 to H80,
taking from five weeks to three
mouths. 1 painted my car in .ono week
and allowed it ono week to dry, and
tho cost for muteriul was us follows:
1-3 gallon paint remover Sl.lK)
t qt. metal primer $1.50
1 small can surfacer $1.5"
1 quart sealer '., l.&ti
1 quart black color varnish 1.25
1 quart body varnish 1.75
I camel's hair brush 1.50
1 badger's hair brush 2.75
1 quart turpentine 60
a sheets No. otl sandpaper 13
S T IL1L3.
The Largest Diamond Dealers in Eastern
. . t Oregon. -,..;,'-
A.t ' "
Zjie..... (Tr.PflFN WATCHES 1
CIIKKK IS JMVratTKD.
tillil.S JtODY IX)IXI
WALLA WALLA. Jan. 8. After
nearly tH hours of effort, during which
time as a last resort, the waters of
Garrison creek were diverted intoj
their, bordering lowlands, the body 'of J
Cioioie tanon, ij yeans uiu i-nm,i k".
who was drowned in that stream .Mon
day, was found Wednesday afternoon.
The body was lodged against the roots
of two small trees Jutting from the
bunks of the creek. More than 100
people were engaged In the search.
MOW Ml CU CLOTH IXB?
MOSCOW, Idaho. Jan. 8. (A. P.)
The department of home economics at
the University oT Idaho here is gath
ering information to determine what
the average college girl's wardrobe
should consist of, according to an
nouncement by Katherine Jensen,
head of the department. The purpose
is not to find hu- few clothes the co
ed should require for a year at the
university, but rather exactly what she
should comfortably get along on The
study is b.'ingnude by Miss Zella
Blgelow, clothing expert.
TIIIS IS THE TIME TO MAKE
EVERY DOLLAR COUNT
DO YOUR GROCERY BUYING
Beard's Cash Store
You will be delighted with the
V big Savings awarded you.
Free Delivery ' " Prompt Service
" ' j
PRICES ARE DOWN
HAVE THEY GIVEN YOU THESE DROP IN THE STORE YOU TRADE WITH 7
NEW PRICES .1 OLD PRICES
Flour 49 pound sack $2.65
Corn Meal, 9 pound sack 50c
Oats, 9 pound sack 65c
Sugar, 100 pound sack $10.40
Rice, Japan, 12 pounds $1.00
Rice, head, 8 pounds $1.00
Beans, small white, 15 pounds ...$1.00
Jello, 4 for 50c
Bacon, per, pound 45c
Coffee, per pound ...30c, 35c, 50c
Brooms, each ....$1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Lard, 5 pounds, $1.50; 10 pounds, $2.85
Graham Flour, 9 pound sack 65c
Bread, per loaf :. " .15
Crisco 40c, 75c, $1.45, $2.15
Crystal White Soap, 14 bars $1.00
Wesson and Mazola Oil ' gal. can $1.45
Dried Prunes, 6 pounds $1.00
Flour; 49 pound sack ,..$3.25
Corn Meal, 9 pound sack : $1.00
Oats, 9 pound sack $1.00
Sugar 100 pound sack $13.50
Rice, Japan, 6 pounds $1.00
Rice, Head, 4 pounds $1.00
Beans, small white, 8 pounds $1.00
Jello, 4 for 70c
Bacon, per pound ......"...... 65c
Coffee, per pound 45c, 50c, 65c
Brooms, each $1.50, $1.65, $1.C5,
Lard 5 pounds, $1.85; 10 lbs. $3.50
Graham Flour, 9 pound sack :..$1.00
Bread, per loaf 17c
Crisco 60c, $1.15, $2.25, $3.25
Crystal White Soap, 12 Bars $1.00
Wesson' and Mazola oil 's'gal. can $1.85
Dried Prunes 4 pounds $1.00
Despain & Lee Grocery Co.
Phone 445 ' f , ' ' 2?? E. Court St.;
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
in Motor fur
DOMINION OF CANADA
SEES THRIFTY YEAR
OTTAWA. Out., Jan. S. (A. P.)
The dawn of the new year finds the
Dominion of Canada In perhaps the
most prosperous condition in its his-
I tory, aeeordlng to agricultural lead-
In 1920 Canada harvested its larg
est crop and the wealth of Its agrl-
I cult tire Is reflected on everr'hand. Its
forests, mines and fisheries .likewise
! contributed more than usual to.Can-
1 tula's prosperity in 1920.
L ; ' 1
BR' P .LASS1NOKF
Dr. P. Lnwlnofl bs rrlTel tn
Waihlnttoa to . rtpresent TJul-
Having closed out our 1920 stock of Mattresses we were in a position to
take advantage of a most wonderful proposition. .
We bought THE CAR ALLOTED TO TENDLETON, and we believe if
you fail to supply your needs or comfort while these Mattresses last you will
be the looser.
Come in and see this car load of beautiful rolled edged, assorted colors in
the very best grade made in the U. S., including the 20 lb. Couch Pads, the Ja
maka and silk floss and the 40 and 45 lb. all cotton. :
We are able to quote you these prices only for the reason mentioned
above'. It's certainly an unusual opportunity for you to stock up.
The following prices are Cash.
A 3" 11). Pure Silk Floss Rolled Edge $35 value $17.50
A 35 lb. Jamaica Floss Rolled Edge $25 value $15.50 I
A 45 lb. All Cotton, Rolled Edge $17.50 value ........ $10.00
A 25 lb. All Cotton Couch Pad $10.50 value $7.50
A 20 lb. All Cotton Couch Pad $9.00 value $6.50
523' Main St.