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DAILY EAST OREGONIAW, PENDLETON, OltEGON, , SATURDAY EVENING, JAVVAV.V 9.2, 1071.
People Here and There
' E. 11. Casteel, well known merchant
of IMInl Dock, ttuH lit the illy this
Mm. mill Mm.. Henry J. Taylor re
turned on No. . 1 today rum a aliui l
visit In Wallu Walla.
DanHinytlie left last night fur I'nit
lund un u business trip, iln'wtll return
tho flrHt of next week.
Jnek Sherman, local rcpresentullve
for the Western lny floods Cu., of
Seattle, went to Pilot, Hock by mito to
day for a business visit to merchants
the county ifnd today ho left for Ktun
I'l ld mid Hcniilston on business.
It. K. Itosell, of I'ortland, was am
ontj the I'endleton arrlvalH thin morn
ing on No, 21.
11. W. Collins returned on this
morning's Iruln from i'ortland where
he has been for the pant thr days on
business connected wifn his grain and
flour interests hero and at the coast.
', Sheriff Zoe Houser niado nn official
trip to the towns of the west endof
the county today, serving papers anl
looking up matter In connection with
his office. Hu left on No. 1.
llev. 11. p. Harper, pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Milton, came
to Pendleton this morning on No. 1 and
stepped across thn station platform to
the Pilot nock local. He win bound
for Tllot Hoik for a brief visit.
Dan Rummer, one of the old-timer
at Klgln, Oregon, 1 In I'endleton lo.
day. He ha been to Walla Walla on
business and was obliged to wait here
until the coming of No, is thl after
noon before proceeding to hi home.
Ha 1 a marchant there.
The rei cill weather, If anything, hae
been too warm to unit the fruit grow
er of the Mllton-r'recwutcr country,
8. D. Peterson, clly attorney of Milton,
In the city today said. Mr. I'ctcrson
come dirn on No. 1 thl morning to
attend to some legal business here.
A. Vi'. Tlohlnson I now selling lum
ber "on Ihe road." Formerly with th
local office of It. U llurrouiihs Inc.,
he 1 now Siting the lumber yards of
Hoyal M, Rawlelln and little bod,
Itlchard, will leave tonlKht for Walla
Walla, They will return tomorrow,
accompanied by Mr,' Hawtelle and
Kninty Iou Hawtelle, who have b
visiting In the Harden City at the
home of Mrs. KawtulTe's sister, Mia.
Itouds through Central Oregon are
In poor condition for auto travel, nay
Hubert Klnchilr, coal salesman, who
makes' his headquarter here. Mr. Sin
clair, returned lust night from a trip
that took him a far Inland a Bond
and he nald today that the only bright
spot In the trip wn the good road be
tween Arlington and Pendleton.
A man who had refused $3 for hi
win-til last summer at Walla Walla
"looked awfully sick" yesterday when
now came of another slump on the
Chicago board of trade. Raid A. M.
Chrystall, local mnnagcr of the
Interior Warehouse Co., today. Mr.
Chrytall was In the tlarden City yes
terday afternoon on business. He talk
ed with other farmer who had object
ed to selling a part of ihivlB. wheat for
12.40 a bushel, expressing the belief
that they were bound to lose. N6w
they are wondering If the prlc will
return to fl.IiO, Mr. Chrystall said.
The name of Charley Oordon used
to ho prominent In high school alhle-
tie, circles of Eastern Oregon. When
attending I'endleton high, he was
star In several sports and later went
to the Oregon Agricultural College for
a time. Ha bus heetfc ranching lear
Milton of lute, and with Mrs. Oordon
Ih a Pendleton visitor today.
1!. L. Iliirroughs left this noon on
No. 17 for The Dalle on a flying bus
iness trip. He planned lo be able to
return to Pendleton tonight on No. 4.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
AnnfW shinment of Lanre No. 1, 1920 crop
California Soft Shell Walnuts, specially priced 3
this week at, per pound 30c p
Don't compare these with the low grade, old 2
crop walnuts, with which the market is flooded.
If you want to be sure it's good order it from
The Economy Grocery 3
LARGE CRISP EATING APPLES,
PER BOX, $2.00 '
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
A yellow dog, a whito rooster and
a fireman engaged In the three-cornered
race about 8:30 this morning on
Cottonwood street, near the clly hall.
The net result will be chicken dinner
Sunday for some member of the de
partment. Tile rooster, straying far
from home, was pursued by (ieorge
Whlteley, member of the department.
A yellow dog nearby also took up the
chase. The dog captured "the rooster
after a lively feather-scattering pur
suit and Whlteley overtook the dog
jlist In time to save the chicken. Hev
eral "small boy stood ready to aid I,
the capture but the action was so swift
that their help was unnecessary.
Says Britain Has for Years Ex
ercised Influence on America
to Keep Her From Trading
With Soviet Government.
NEWS OF IHE GOUNTY '
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. (U. P.;
Brltlan for the past few years exercised
"great Influence" on the government
of the United kitules to exclude this
country from the markets of soviet
Itussia, Henuter Franc, declared lit the
senate, l-'raui cc also asserted tho time
Is not faraway 'when the United Ktales
will have a war with llusaia.
Misleading propaganda without Itus.
sla ! aiitaonlstliig China, and itussia
which two. countries would be allies
of the United States In such a war, ac
cording to France. Opposing the open
ing or trade wijh itussia, senate!
Muse said he hoped France would
siiUHtantlate his chargo before the sen
ate foreign relations committee, ricii'
atnr King said Russian trade relations
cannot be established without recog
nition of the soviet dictatorship and
charged the republican were prepar
ing torerognixe l nln Trotsky.
France later diverted to make an
attack on tho attorney general declar-
(ing a "condition prevailed In this coun
try under the attorney general which
never existed before In the history of
the world except In the old dajw of
W. J. Itlgby in Office.
W. J. Itlgby of this city. lsinploy-
ed for a short time In the office of the
county, assessor, assisting in t extend
ing the IK'-'O tax roll.
N.rte fur 9XI!S is Sought.
David Home today filed still
against James Ilarnbart, seeking to
recover $335, alleged due on a prom
issory note signed by the defendant
I'eterson, 'Illshop & Clark represent
Hearing Set for Tuesday.
I Frank Kvans, George llippenstcele
'and James Oliver Howe, charged with
larceny of shoe In interstate conv
jmorce, will have thoir hearing before
the federal grand jury Id I'ortland on
ITuoKday, Jan. 25, according to word
j given out hero today. Glenn liushee,
10-W. It. & N. special agent, Is among
I those ordered to testify In their case.
Tho three were taken to Portland this
I morning by U. S. Deputy ilarahal
i Robert Carter.
I Tiro WonHn Clvn IHvinWi.
I Decrees of divorces were signed by
I Circuit Judjre Gilbert W. Phelps to
day In favor of Pauline A. Marshall
I from Alfred Marshall and .of myrtle
i May la?ster from Howard Thurman
(Uster. In the first case the plnlntiff
'is restored her maiden name, Pauline
j A. Mimt'.ia. In the second case the
; custody of three minor children bs
f,-ivcn the plaintiff.
LOOT 1X)MM M.VP.KETS
LONDON, Jan. VI. (A. P.) A
sertous outbreak, involving the looting
of markets, occurred in the Muiuffer
I'ur district, liritifh oflicinlu announc
ed today, itympathizent with the non
cooperation movement are believed to
have been responsible.
GOVKHXMF.XT VII,I, INVESTIGATE
WASHINGTON, Jan. ZZ. (A. P.)
Investigation of the contract between
the international mercantile marine
company, an American corporation,
and tho Iirltish government will be
conducted by the shipping board next
Thursday. President Franklin and
other Interested will bo heard.
Declare Lydia E. Pinknam'i Vege
table Compound to Be the Best
Medicine for Cirlt and Women
HamilUm; Ohio. "I had r.ucii awful I
paing in my liaclt I could hardly stand
""lon ny Iceland 1 was
, never without a I
headaclio. If I
walked tip town J
thought I would drop
;ind many a time 1
'licit so bnd I had to
po to bed and I was
mil fitilr, kt Ar'rt.lx
fh ArA mv housework.
1 would have hemor
rliBRflu every two
week and orar;rinf
down r,ains. f huA
ho.cn iKtlinp badly for three year3 and
liad two of tho best doctors in the city,
but I kept getting worse and only
weighed 120 pounds. I saw your adver
tisement and 1 took ei,?ht boxes of IiVdia
E. Pinkham's Vegetr.blr; Compound Tab
lets, four bottles Lydia K. i inkham's
Blood Medicine and your Liver Pills and
noticed an improvement right tway.
Now 1 weifh 133 fs;!mds and feel fine.
Everybody te!U me how well I look and
asks mc what I tool: and 1 always gay,
iyaia r. Pinithan s "etrctable Lorn-
pound, the best medicine iit tho world
for any ficknesa to which srirls and I
women ar pjbjcct. I will always hava j
a Rood word for yoiir medicine and you j
may use myn.ime whenever you wish.
Mrs. Josfpii W11.DMAK. 722 South
ain street, iliiinuton. UI110.
There is a distinct appeal in the
brilliancy of cut glass. Whether
you are looking for a gift or for a
piece suitable for your own table
you arc sure to find it in our cut
class case.' ,
Hawkes Cut Glass
Libby and Pairpemt
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
BRITONS ARE AVERSE
I Indian ArraMnl in VaUima.
I Henrv (.'barlle. an Indian, was ar-
rested this morning by officials of Ya- I
iKima county, ai lanipico, on leiegra
j pbio warrant from the 1'matilla
county sheriff. He is wanted here for
larceny by balllie. The offense Is said
to be the sale of horses upon which
chattel mortgages were placed. As
soon as tho officers are able, one will
go to Yakima to bring him here for
WE GUARANTEE THIS PICTURE
Children, 10c Tax Included Adults, 35c
JESSE L LASKY, Present
Cecil B. DeMille's
A Paramount Artcraft Picture
BRAY PICTOGRAPHt , t
JIoscs Talor Su-s Winn.
.Moses Taylor today brought suit
Wm4 mr.t iKl,In thn verHift fnr ff,'?
rj : - - -
P damnses granted the latter recently
f and reform the deed to his real prop
J i arty, which was faulty and which
2 'brought about the action for damages.
5j Taylor alleges that the trouble which
K 'led to Winn's suit and the appeals to
Jlthe supreme couut were unintentional
(Jjon the part of all concerned. I'eter
son, Hlshop & Clark are the plaintiff s
Yale- Murderer Once I'ciullctfliiian.
Georeo W. Howard, now on trhH at
Yale for tho murder of George Swee
ney, whom he Killed after stealing his
auto, was once 'a I'endletonian. His
father. It was reported here today,
formerly operated a prrocery In the
west cud of the city and Howard, then
a boy, was sent lo the state reform
school from hereor a minor offense.
Old timo officers here say that they
remember Geortto Howard and his rec
ord. The man Is Ciptctcd to bo con
victed of first degree murder.
Pay Cash Receive More , Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court v i Phone 880
Best Grade Gane Sugar
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court - " phone 880
Directors of the t'matllla Drainage
District, at Stanf leld, today riled a pe
tition In the circuit court, asking1 for
an order of that court legalizing the
proceedings of the district, validating
its organization and permitting it to
market its bonds und create other In
debtedness. It asks that persons op
posed to such a coursc'appear and
show cause why the order legalizing
the district should not be granted.
The petition is signed by J. O. Pear
son, 8. K. Archer and llalph A. Holte.
Haley, Huley & Btciwer and H. J.
Warner are attorneys for the petltl-
(From the East Oregonian, January
- . ' ' 22, 189.) ;
AyorthinHton is here
NEW YORK, Jan. 22. (By Henry
L. Farrell, I'nrted I'ress Staff Corres
pondent) As a clans the Knglih don't
think very much of American fighters.
They cling to the nation that while
American punch ends fights it does
not fl nthtm.
out Joe Eec ke'.t in the second round
of a recent bout, the Londoners re
fused credit to the American.
One expert at tho ringside com
"Up to Ihe time Beckett was knock
ed out he was winning.''
Tommy Hums, former heavyweight
champion, writing expert stuff for
Sporting Life, in an analysis of the
Beckett lost because he couldn't
tako a punch."
Ho the, ndevoted several hundred
words to, the fine showing that the
flattened British .champion niado in
the first round.
However, America Is about to send
".Moses" to Kngland that may lead
them out of their darkness about the
Inferiority of American champions.
Jack Britton, the welterweight king.
Is going over in February to pull the
first 1921 revival of his old brother act
with Ted I.ewis.
"Cold la the Head" j
i an acuta attack of Xa?a! Catarrh, j
Those subject to frequent "colds in tlu i
head" will find thai me uz of HALL'fc I
CATAKKH MKD1CINK wi.l Luiiu up th,
System, cleanse Uie Hl-jud und rence.
them less liable to colds. P.i-t.itjd ai
tacks of Acute Cata.i;h my ku.4 U i
Chronic Catarrh. !
HALL'S CATARKH MEDICINE if 1
ftaken internally end arta tltro.iKii the 1
Blood on the Mucous Surfares of the Sys
tem, thus reducing the infUramaiion and !
retorinp normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars free. j
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio.
Whltd fish are now numerous In the
Umatilla river. . I. a How filled his
basket with some flue fellows on Fri
iday. Miss Flora Nlorse and Jliss Cozxte
Haley were hostesses Inst night for a
pro.irrcssive eiK hro lsirty. Those pres
ent were Ktliel Hltncr, Mamie Kitner,
'llarriotte Woodruff, Ida rot wine,
1 1 ntsy Folsnm, Flora Folsom,
I Maud fhulthls, Vlofa Cnhoon, Hertha
j Hexter. lOlla llexter, Mary irady,
i Edith Fiilinir, Ma Waffle. Jessie Nye.
i Neva ljmo, Eva lirinirtlam, H. K.
JnhnVoi, U. H. 1'otwine, Harry Rltner,
ill. J.. llexter, .1. V. Tallman, Hubert
i Ilond, T. V. Nye, C .K, lto(isevelt,
i Clyde Pencil, J. T. Tamblrth, John
Lnthrop, Fred Whitney. Will Parsons,
Murk Juhu and W, Jl, Pierce, ...
Prominent men would riot lend their
names to the endorsement of a remedy
unless they were convinced of its
merits and knew from personal ex
perience what it would do. The fol
lowing letter from Mr. J. W. Lindsay,
tho proprietor of The Clayton Hotel In
Sacramento, California will prove to
tho most skeptical that Anti-l'ric will
do all that is claimed for it. Mr. Clay
ton writes as follows:
"Your preparation Antl-T'rlc, is a
wonder for rheumatism. I have not
been bothered for months after tisinit
it. Kheumntism caused me consid
erable trouble In the past and I nm
very jrrateful to Anti-X'ricfor the bene
fits I have received by its use. I am
very glad indeed to recommend it to
all who suffer with rheumatism."
Anti-t'rlc has been successfully used
tor rheumatism for a number of
years. It is purely herbal, contains
no mercury, salicylates or minerals
and can be relied upon to always help
in rheumatic conditions. H-mdreds
have used It with the very best results,
If you suffer with rheumatism Is any
of Its mftnv forms, chronic, acute,
sciatic, inflammatory or gout or lnm
malio try Anti-V'ric. It never disap
points but will always Rive satisfac
torv results. Antl-l'iic la sold' tinder
a strict guarantee of relief or money
refunded and the manufacturers are
squarely behind this guarantee. Oct
an outfit of this great, herbal remedy
today from The Pendleton Drug Co. or
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOlt H F. OT
IS lli-W. .
ROOMS FOlt KKXT Mrs.
Mays, 2rtl Water.
WANTKD fiirl for general
work. Phone "90-J.
FOlt KENT Sleeping and housekecp'
log rooms liOS Willow.
Attention Kniclits of Iytliln.s ,
P.imon Lodge No. 4, K. of P. will
have work In tho 1st and and. rank
Monday evenlnvr. Jan. ilth. Com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. All mem
ber Urfced to b present.
HE.NBY MANGOLD, C. P.
Britton, 35 year old veteran of the
ring, who start ml down "tha other
sldo" several seasons ago, is hardly
considered when Americans nre dis
cussing ring affairs.
Hut if Lonodun doos not go crazy
over him, it will be surprizing.
He's Just their type of a rlngman.
Kice looking, a graceful mover and a
good boxer, with some punch.
Ted Lewis by two victories over
Johnny Pasham, in which he fiist
woa and then proved his right lo the
British welterweight championship
won a place in the affection of Pic
cadilly closed to that of (leorges Car-
pentier alinost a national Idol.
Unless part of the affection Is due
to a native son love for lwis. Britton
should prove Just as popular because
he has proven his ring superiority
over the blonde Ted time after time.
Hat Levinsky, stablemate of i;ritton,
is also going across and phKe the
English think so much of PeokeU and
Bomby Wells, the Pattler also ni:iy
have a profitable and popular visit
We mean !o do no frightening
A loosened nui yceris tightening.
Too much stress cannot be laid upon the. Importance of exact
auto-adjustment. Each bolt should be in place and each nut prop
erly tightened. Your steering gear should be working perfectly and
every part o.f the car's mechanism should at all times be doing its
bit. It would be well for us to examine your .car frequently.
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