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DAILY EAST OHEGCOTAN, PENDLETOS, 0!ESO!f, tfMDAV EVEJflJTG,- JAKPAF.Y 14, 1821.
People Here and There
r TEtt PACES
WTO WAS LAID
UP FOR MANY iK
C. W. Kdtrerton, typewriter tnun
who hull been in the city for Hcverul
duytj, luft luHt lilKht fur Kpokune in
response, to u hurried cull from bin
brother. Mr. ICdtrerlou'ii mother In
very Ul at her homo lij Spokane, the
Georgo llartman made a bimliicmi
trip to Weston SCHterduy. While
there lie Uitcd hid coumIu, Kd Wood,
who recently returned after four
years' of army Bcrvtco Kpcnt In China.
Air. Hurtmun ruturncd Iuhi Miiimner
aftor a vlnit to the Orient nnd the two
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ther of Clark Wood, editor of the
; Went on Leader.
Within the puges of the bound fllcn
cf t ho Kant Oregonlnn of 28 yearn ago,
there Ik n little Moy which relate
that three miHclilcvtoiui youthH, while
loitering ncur the coal chute of the
O. W. It. & N. Co., caused luino an
neyance to a prominent citizen by
throwing coal upon Kald citizen, like
wine hln silk unmbrella. Klndnens pre
vented the reporter of the days of
1893 from lining the names of the cul
prits and his example will he follow
ed today, but there is no harm in re
marking that one of the boys is now
president of the Stato .Semite, another
Is mayor of Pendleton, while the
third Is connected with The Peoplnn
Iteher Norvnll and Kdcnr Is'urvull,
of Helix, ure In the city today.
W. H. lale and CSundcr Terjoson
returned this morning from Helix, aft
er attending a Mtookluihlers meeting of
the Hunk of Helix, of which -they are
members of the board of directors.
-Ted fiherry of Helix, left yesterday
on a bulncsn trip to Spokane. Mr.
Hhnrry, who farms for Mrs. IKmmett
and Carl Kupers, Is planning to build
a 40 by 00 warehouse on the siding
NEWS OF THE COUNTY :
OFFICES AND OFFICERS i
Happy Canyon tucks will line the
wallets of a party of millionaires who
will pass through Pendleton aboard
the private cur "Ideal" on No. IS
Hominy evening. This party of 10,
which made the trip across the con
tinent from .New lork to christen a
mnv oil tanker for the Standard .Oil
Co., stopped In 1'eudlctoo long enough
a low days ago while en route west,
to be equipped with beaver huts of
the let'er buck style. H. W. "Jimmy"
Hicks, traveling passenger agent (or
the O. W. K. & N. Co., is here today
to see th.it the purty is well looked
after on the trip over his end of th?
Union I'uclflc and is guthcrlng a few
souvenirs of l'endlcton to present to
them ns they pass trough. Mr. Hicks
came from Portland on .No. is iumi
ImtuI Couple IJivitscd.
A marriuge license man issued by
the county clerk lats Thursday to
Harold cwcy WisHler and Evelyn
Hurd, both of this city, to be married
Warehouse and Is an example of pro
Jirlcty to his family of boys and girls. I evening to look up business here.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
. DO YOU BELIEVE HONESTY
PAYS? WE DO.
4 The Economy Grocery!
In our advertising it is our policy to tell the
truth, both letter and spirit. People have come O
to believe and rely on our every statement, ex-
perience has taught them.
- In our dealings we believe in a sixteen ounce -pound
and a hundred cent dollar. pi
If you do not already belong to the great or-
der of satisfied customers, now is the time to Jo
enroll by becoming a customer at ' g
113 West Webb St. , Fhone 409
Tomorrow we offer Puffed Rice at 15c.
7 for $1.00.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Change 1'lca lo tin Illy.
George McKlroy and C. J. Hrown,
charged with larceny by balllie, late
Thursday asked to go before Circuit
Judge O. W; I'lielps to change their
pleus from not guilty to guilty, Doth
will hear sentence pronounced tomor
Oregon Man Says Tanlac Re- of a cane, often I would be on cru
lieved Him of Hi Trouble a! 'hes, then I would be laid up for
Year Ago and He Hat Been months unable to work an.d at times
in Splendid Health Ever ' couldn't even move myself. I went
Xoto for $1,11 Suixl Yor.
Suit was filed In circuit Court to
day by Frank Harris against W. A.
Kaunders and Mrs. Saunders, asking
Judgement on a note for (l!i4 nd
interest since May 13, 1918. H. E.
Dixon, of La Grande, is attorney . for
Start ield to Vole Ik.nil.
A special election is to be held In
Slanfleld next Wednesday. Jan. 19,
for the purpose of issuing $i,U00 in
bonds for the erection of a new high
school building. Jrowth of the pro
ject has been so great that the pres
ent school building Is extremely
crowded and the future growth ex
pected demands another Structure for
the high school.
"More than a year ago Tanlac re
lieved me of u case of Indigestion am!
rheumatism from which I had suf
fered for years and I've been enjoy
ing the -hest of health ever since,"
Kald Samuel If. Walters, U. V. V. No.
1, Llnnton, Ore. ' ,
"For more than ten years," said
Mr. Walters' '! was In such terrible
fix that words cannot describe tin
suffering J endured. I had to quit
eating qjeat and starchy foods alto
gether ami ut times had to live on
milk and toast or a little broth.
Everything I ate would ferment and
sour on my stomach and the gas
would almost drive nie distracted.
My rheumatism always got worse fol
lowing a spell with my stomach. Home
times I could get along with the use
away for a change of climate, but It
didn't do me any good. My suffer
ings were simply awful, and at times
I was In such agony I felt like I Just
couldn't stand It any longer.
"I took all sorts of medicine but
got no' relief until I started on Tan
lac. Although it has been more than
a year since Tanlac put. an end to the
indigestion and rheumatism, 1 haven't
had a s'.gn of them since and arn feel
ing just fine. All my friends nslt me
what put me back on my feet looking
so nvcll and I don't hesitate to tell
them Tanlac did it. ju medicine that
will do as m ich for suffering people
as Tunlac has for me is certainly)
worth recommending, and I feel it
would be ungrateful of me not to do
Tanlac in sold In Pendleton by
There i3 only one price at Sav
telle's. That price is marked in
Admitted to the Bar in China
If JI C'aso joos to Jury.
The chsc of Joe Kerley vs. David H.
Hill went to the Jury about 2 o'clock
this afternoon, following the final ar
gument to the Jury for the plaintiff.
Will M. l'elerson, attorney for Kerley,
made the argument. Fred Ktciwer, at
torney for Dr. Hill, completed his ar
gument Just before adjournment for
lunch. Dr. Hill was called to the
stand ngaln this mornng for cross ex
amination in the case.
$p!l fJf .
high Louis heel
turn sole, all
Black Kid I ,uj
just yie thin
P. high Louis heel, turn sole,
with spats or for dancing, a new
Brown Calf Oxfords, welt sole and military
heel, all sizes and widths ; : . I"; $9.00
Pendleton's Popular Pricad Shoe Store.
735 Main Street
Mexican .Vllnils Crime.
Francisco Wilson, Mexican who was
arrested here three days ago ' on a
charge of larceny from a warm house
near Attaliu, Wush., today confessed
t local officers. Ho said he stole
some suitcases and other articles
which were reported missing. Wilson
admitted having served time for lar
ceny in Folsora prison, in California.
He did three years and seven months
there he said. He probably, will be
turned over to authorities at Walla
Walla, for, while he was arrested on
advice from Pasco the crime was
committed In Walla Walla county.
Itobbers to Go Oil Trial.
The trial of Juek Walton and J. W.
Donohue. charged with the robbery of
Thonuis Cajnpbell's merchandise store
at Herjniston a month ago, was sched
uled to be token up this afternoon m
circuit court, providing a verdict was
returned by the Jury in the Kerley
Hlll case. Witnesses in the case were
called here today- to testify. Among
those from out of town is Special
Agent liamsay, of the Northern Pa
cific railroad at Pasco, who helped ar
rest the pair at Kennewick. Several
.43 caliber bullets, taken from Dono-.
hue's gun when arrested, were among
the evidence wliicJh will be proscnted.
ft ' A
This American woman has heel admitted to tbe bar and author
ed to practice law at Shanghai. China. She Is' the wife of Coia
...andcr Cleveland WcCauley. U. S. N., and a lavr sradaato oC tkf
University ot Texas. i
Hi-re for Trculmeut.
W. A. Fuller, farmer of Hermiston,
is in Pendleton to receive medical
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE One white Hoosier kitch
en cabinet Almost new Price
Inquire 200 Tustin.
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
Cecil's musical agent .
Trevor, an English officer
Vlning, The CotswolU's servant . .
MaximiiianJacobron's servant ..
(Continued on page 11.)
"They Work white you Slee;
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court - ' Phone 880
If You Dance You Must
Pay the Piper
In other words, if you'use your credit you must
pay for it in increased prices.
Why are there more and more stores doing cash
business in the U. S. every month? Simply because
it enables them to sell for less, they have no bad or
lost accounts and do away with all book-keeping ex
penses. Investigate the cash selling methods at onc;
every day lost is money lost.
' " 1 1 li I ! P li II I I I I 111
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
MRS. DUPUI EIIOXORED.
Jlrs. Nora Dul'uls, of Nolin, was
honored In a charming way last night
when a group of friends were guests
! ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Dul'uis for nn evening of cards and
music. A pleasing group of songs was
sung by Miss Juanita Dul'uis and Fe
ll 1 la use. Guxests for the enjoyable
affair were Air. and Mrs. Odock, Miss
L. Foster,, C. Wilson, Miss Juanita
HuPuis, Felix llau.se, J. A, DuPuis,
Virgil Dul'uis and the honor guest.
High score was won by Miss DuPuis
and Mr, Wllsou.
SALVATION ARMY LASS
SURPRISED TO SEE OWN
FACE IN WONDER STORY
It's something of a surprise to
see your own lace looking into
your eyes from a printed page,
according to Captain Jennie Con
rad, of the .Salvation Army, who
was startled by a familiar pic
ture toduy when she began her
weekly work of selling "The War
Cry," official S. A. publication.
The picture of the Captain ac
companies an appealing article
entitled "A Wonderful Story,"
which tells of the repentance of
Neil Hart, before ho went to the
gallows for thomurder of the late
Sheriff Til Taylor. The story is
written by Lieutenant Lela For
est, formerly of tho local post,
and pays a tribute to the captain's
work in bringing the criminal to
nn acceptance ot .religion before
he went to his death.
Sis says I eat
like a snow-storm
cause I make the
Indian 11 res of Jail.
Jim While, who has served out Jlfti
of a 115 fine by a term of five duysi
in the city Jail, today paid lo the re
corder the balance, Jo, due on his fine
and tvas released from custody.
Special meeting Pendleton Post
American Legion tonight 8 p. m.
county library for action on State
ltr. Ellsworth Hi-turns.
Dr. II. C. Ellsworth returned this
morning Jrom Portland -where he
served as a member of the Chiroprac
tic State Board of Kxaminers. Thirty
six applicants were examined.
ON FORGED TEEL BONDS
The Teel Irrigation District has not
been .culled upon to pay interest on
any of the $ 1 0U "OO or more in forged
bonds, issued by Milhollaml Hough,
defalcalinr Spokane investment lirok-i
ers, the books of-Miss Grace A. (1:1-
ham, county treasurer and ex-officio j
treasurer for tbe district, show. Miss '
Gilliam today checked over her rec- (
ords and found that the interest pay-
ments do not indicate that any inter
est coupons of the worthless dupli- i
cutes have come to the office here. I
Request was made by her today of
the Spokane county disti fict attorney's
office, however, fur a list of the buy- ;
ers of the various bonds of the d:s- j
trict, which were purchased original- i
ly by the Spokane firm. There were i
Jsn.OOft in bonds sold and probably;
JUIO.flflf) more forged, so the wnrk of j
checking up on genuine, and forged ,
ones will be something of a task, Miss i
Gilliam says. 1
J. Frank Spinning, of Keho, score- j
tnry of the district, came to Pendleton j
last evening and when shown his sig- j
nature on bond No; sent hero by ;
the prosecuting attorney, at Spokane, j
declared it a forgery. Mr. Stunning ;
expressed the opinnn that '.he district j
would not be any the loser as tho re- j
suit of the bond house's actions. Sn ,
far, he believes, te district has not j
lost, because John P. Miihollnnd. i
member of the firm who committed ;
suicide when exposed, took care t Pay '
the interest on the bonds delivered to j
James D. Callahan.
manager and Donald Woodworth is
2(1 Piece Orchestra to Play
nish music both nights, under the di
nish music both nights, under the di
rection of Bert McDonald, instructor.
1 he orchestra will consist of 20piec.es.
Mambers of the freshman class will
sell candy during the show.
The scenes in the play will bet
Act I. The home of Sir John Cot
swvld, London. Knguuid.
Act II. The home of Sir. Issac Ja
cotison, next door.
v Act III. Same as Act I early evening.
i The all star cast which will make
their first appearance together this
evening will bo as follows:
Sir John Cotswold Ivan Hoiiser
Lady Margeret, his wife
. '. Maiy D. Chisholm
Poirgy, their daughter
! Cecil, their son, an opera slueer .
I David Swanson
Sir l.ssnc Jacobson, u Jewish fi-
nancier Gilbert Strove
Iidy Kcbecca, his wife
: . Klossom Wilson
Esther, their daughter
Aslriun, their son
out of it, especially the children.
When you nro at the desk in the chil
dren's room you charge out books so
fast that you hardly have time to
glance at the children as they file by
and such little ' rougfweks. Tlut
they are nice too. Pendlet- n " il-'r- n
lo not know how lucky they -e. So
many children come that they have to
line them up before the popular bpok
shelves. I watched lines of thirty to
thirty-five children standing before a
.hlf of a dozen books. Many shelves
were bare of books. There and -at
Pratt Library too, the fairy tale
shelves are always bare. Some shelves
such as history and travel had a good
many books on them and often chil
dren would take those books when
they couldn't get the ones they first
wanted. Nearly all the patrons are
foreigners and a large part of the cir
culation is foreign. I had never
handled Yiddish, Polish. Hebrew and
Russian books before and they went: rosy, nerve sUiedy. cold gone;
out In quantities, as well as ot her i stomach, tongue and breath r
languages. The only way I could tell i Children love Cascarets too. 10
one from the other was by the mini- 60 cents.
her. Some of the 1 1 bra r Ions k
foreign languages, several knew t
or four." ;
P.lil Are Kept.
The local library' Is. according t
custom, keeping on file ail bills in
house and senate of the state leg
tore. The bills are sent regiu
through Itoy W. Itltner, preside!!
the senate aivi a member of
county library boanf.
lx yau feel "up in the air
everything 'wrong? it's your llvr
bowels! You're bilious, const tm
unstrung, and what you need in 4
OEtreta tonight sure. Wuke up
your head clear, eyea bright, -
A 'ii "mi- 'ift'l
(Continued from page 1.)
musical agent, vim will carry the aud
ience with storm when he tries to be
both nn Kngiish lord and a Jew to
please both the aid men. of the two
The characters are well chosen nnd
the play is expected to be tho besl
that Pendleton hiuh school has ever
presented. It will be given again to
morrow, night as the seats for th's
evening's performance have all been'
sold. Miss iJiura P.oss. coach. Is con- ,
fident that the piny will he preseutej j
in fioe stvle. '
FHis Simpson, will have charite of i
tho iishts. lufl Smith is properly j
is the Genuine
The first and orin'nal Cc'.d and
'Grip tablet, the merit of which
is recognized by kil civilized
Be (ireful tt avail urhatloai.
The genuine bears tliu signature
U. S. Army, all wool Underwear, suit $4.50
Wrights All Wool Union Suits $5.00
Cooper Union Suits $3.00
Officers' Raincoats, new $12.00
Stag Shirts, made of army overcoat material ....$9.00
U. S. Army Shirts, new $5.75
Our Canned Goods Are Still Going Strong
Solid Pack Peaches, can ,29c
Case of 24 cans $6.75
Solid Pack Apricots, can 27c
Case of 24 cans , $6.50
Alaska Salmon, can 15c
Case of 43 cans $6.75
Corned Beef, 1 1-2 pound can ...36c
Case of 36 cans L.....l..;...r. $12.00
Bacon, 12 pound can ..$2.89
ARMY & NAVY SALES CO.
546 Main Street
THAT YOU MAY JUDGE FOR YOURSELF WHO
IS PUTTING THEM DOWN TO THE LOWEST
Picnic Hams 22c
9 pound sack Rolled Oats 60c
Best Creamery Butter 55
1 pound fine grade Coffee 25c
Tomato Catsup, large bottle 29c
Bacon, fine quality , 42c
Potatoes, per pound , 2 l-2e
Rice, fine quality, pound io
Jim Beard's Cash Store