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15AILY EAST 6REC0NIAIT, PENDLETON, OBECOIT, WEDNESDAY E7ENIITC. JAITUARY 2C, 1021.
People Here and There
Art and Industry
Combine their most pleasing pro
duets in our Silver Department. Silver
represents the best where useful
things arc made beautiful, and beauti
ful things are made useful. That our
prices are most moderate is an addi
tional and important reason for the
popularity of Sawtelles.
H, B. llean came down from Uma
I'ltio thlH moniliiK by train, the com
iiiIhhIoiuth being stilt In session.
Max J. Kuney Ih here today from
The odor of burned wheat pervades
Pilot Hock stneo the big $75,000 gralti
fire occurred Sunday night, says V, W.
Itobblns, forest ranger who is here
from Pilot Rock today. The -flro Is
still smoldering and crews of men are
kept busy putting water on the brain
and building. farmers who had
grain in the warehouse are busily en
gaged In salvaging tho wheat from
the ruins, says Mr. Hobblns.
K. 0. Mien Ih In I'endlclon today
from Walla Vtnllu.
Carl Knwluhl, Hollx wheat ian
and bank director, In among the busi
ness visitors In I'endlcton today.
' 1 -
C. O. Kinehnrt left by train this
morning on a business trip to Hcppner
O, J. Went, a businessman of Port
land was among the morning arrlvalM
In the city louuy.
Chicago is represented on the Pen
nnd lone. Ho will be gone unlll Krl
dleton Hotel, register today by M, A.
L r- 1 1
S. U. Sanderson, publisher of the
Time, at Freewater, was among those
1 from the east end of Umatilla county
on No. 1 Into Pendleton today.
Hex Kills, who has Hold JJodKe cam
on the road and In Pendleton until
re kiiowh their evcrv .holt and nut. in
back In Pendleton today after a bus
Inesa visit to Wulla Walla. ,
Wheat for next year la looking very
good In the Acids, north of Pendleton,
ays Dr. Thomas VaiiKhan. who has
forsakenhe dental profession to farm
the Smith ranch near Vansycle. l)r.
VatiKhan Is upending a few days Irt the
city, a guest at the K. U Smith home.
Today Ih the birthday of liev. Alfre'-f
I.ockwood, iiMMtor of the Church of the
liedeemer, and also of his daughter,
Hiss Dorothy Lockwood. Hoswell and
Morris, known In PontlMon as tho
"Lockwood Twins," nlso arrived on an
anniversary, having hcen born some
years ago on Christmas Day.
Hinlth, a traveling man.
A. 8. Thompson la In Pendleton to
day on business. Ho makes his head
quarters In Hun f'runclscp.
The name of rendition headed the
register at the Pendleton Hotel this
morning. J. H. 1 'end lot on, of . New
Vork City, arrived here today on bus
J. K. Plnson left lat night for
Portland to see his brother. Otis l'l-t.
son, who has been thero for the part
several months treating In hope of re
gaining his eyesight. He was snoiv
hlinred in fJ'am. county a year aci
and Mt'cmpls thus far to restore his
idhht hive proven futile.
J. H. Hager, of Gibbon, has been
putting In his spare time killing coy
otes and as a result of his work there
will be seven fewer families in the
county next spring. He was In town
Tuesday afternoon . and collected
bounty on seven female coyotes and
one male. Ills trouble netted him
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
Special Prices on Lard
NEWS OF THE COUNIY
I JFFICES AND OFFICERS
i rlglcr VIII Admitted
The will of the late A. J. Crlgler
was admitted to probate today and
French J. Crigltr and E. J. Davis ap
pointed executors, as nominated In the
ludlail Held hi .VMI ond
Henry Charlie. Indian, held on
charge of larceny by balllte, was bound
"Vtr to the grand Jury today In de
fault of 500 bond and Is confined to
the county Jail.
Two Couple IJix-nsed
Marriage licenses were Issued today
by the county clerk to two couples.
Cecil Harland Madden, of Hermiston,
and Miss Dorris Cleghorn, rri Echo,
and Alonzo A. Murphy and Miss Kue
Creasman, of Athena, were the couples
This Lard is packed full five and ten pound
weight to the pails. n
Bird Seed, per package
Hlothcrs Oats, Premium
FOLGER GOLDEN GATE COFFEE
V-j pound Free with a pound can.
During the remainder of this week we offer
pure U. S. inspected Lard: .
5 LB. PAILS $1.25
10 LB. PAILS $2.45
K Red Salmon, 1 pound tins, flat , . . . .... 30c
g The Economy Grocery
113 V. Webb St. " ' Phone 409
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
,iVnd Fti-hangc Comes Koon.
In preparation for the exchange of
fourth liberty loan coupon bonds for
permanent bonds, the government has
Just sent out notices to all banks no
tifying them that they may accept
, bonds for conversion. The new bonds
will be sent to banks about l'eb. 1
and the old bonds will then be Bent
to the federal reserve bank.
Pendleton llgnrcs Reversed.
A,n error In reporting the totals for
Pendleton'si contribution to the Red
Cross roll call was discovered by
County Chairman C. K. Cranston
Wednesday. Instead of $2846.75. as
was reported by Mrs. R G. Conn, local
chairman, there was turned over to
the fund 268.75.
Itoail Work Ordered Stopped.
Hoad work on the extension of the
Little Walla Walla highway was or
dered stopped yesterday afternoon aft
er a visit there by the county commis
sioners. No more progress can be
made until the rluht of way through
I tho Dorothy place Is obtained and the
present weather conditons are not
right for making roads, say the com
missioners. A small rorce was re
tained to put the rock crusher In good
shape to start the spring work. ,
Our 1921 i Year
Send For Your
Don't Delay in Filling Your
Our' prices are now and have been kept down
to the lowest market price for good, dependable
IX)0K THESE OVER.
Women's Brown and Black Oxfords, Louis or
military heels at $9.00
Women's Black Kid Lace High Shoes in Louis
and military heel at : . I $7.50
Men's Black and Brown English Last Shoes,
welt soles ffnd rubber heels at ........ $7.50
Pendleton's Popular Priced Shoe Store.
733 Main St
Thomas to to Kjitoni.
Harry Thomas, whose application
for parole yesterday was denied, prob
ably will be taken to Salem tomorrow.
Karl Allen, also In the county Jail, may
go along If woril comes from the pa
role board to return him to the peni
tentiary. He will not be tried here
unless the parol board fails sto order
him sent In for breaking his parole.
Itcd Cross Has Meeting.
Members of the board of directors
ef the Cmatilla County ited Cross are
meeting today at the Federal bulld-int;.
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If you want to satisfy yourself as a man
and a citizen whether Swift & Company
lives up to the responsibilities and obliga
tions that go with this industry, study
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Mrs. IloyU'ii OlK'raled I mii.
Mrs. Thomas Koylen Sr., was oper
ated upon yesterday at. St. Anthony's
hospital. She Is resting easily today,
according: to nreport from the hospital.
lack f.uck Operated Vpou
Jack Luck, the 15 year old son of
Mr. and Mrs i. H. Luck, of this city,
was operated ufon yesterday for acute
appendicitis. He is convalescing at
St, Anthony's hospital.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
tJirN To Jlake Trip Members ol
the Klrls' basketball team will leave
tomorrow for Ii Grande where the
will meet the girls' team of that ci
In their second game of the season
Both teams are evenly matched anil
a close outcome Is predicted. ' Th(
lineup for the Iji Grande game will
probably be as follows: Mildred Rog
ers, center; Irva ale, side Renter;
Mary Clarke and ,lnnc Cheney, for
wards; Alberta McMonies and Marir
Cattio Hoard Moot.
The advisory board of tho Starkey
Cattle and Horse Growers' Associa
tion is meeting today at the Umatilla
Forest Service office. Among those
present are P. V. Robbins, Pilot Rock
forest ranger, J. C. Kuhns. forest su
pervisor, John Wind slid Jim Hawks,
prominent cattlemen of the county.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despair & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Pay Cash Receive More . Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court , Phone SSO
SLUMP IN WHEAT STILL
Koroni I'iM-ty Post poncd The
Girls' Forum party which was to tj
given this week end has 'been post
poned until Feb. 3. The purpose 01
the Forum is to establish a feeling ot
friendship among ail the girls of ihe
school and do away with cliques. This
is the third social event of the Forum
(Turing this "school year.
The slump in the price of wheat
continued today, .March wheat clos
ing at $1.3 3-8 after opening at $l.t5,
while May 'W.heut closed at $1.55 8-8
after opening' at $l.6. Yesterday
March wheat closed at $1.67 and May
Following are tho quotations from
Overbcck & 'Cooke, local brokers:
(itkmgo Grain Market.
High Low Close
l.m 1.1H $1.68
1.56 1.51 1.53n
London, S.RJVj: Taris, .0711; ller
lin, .01 So; Itome, .psini; X. Y. Money
TOO LATT0 CLASSIFY"
WILL DO WASHING and Ironing at
home. Call 73H-W.
APAtlTMKXT I)R RK.N'T if,
lniuire 512 Ann '
SCHWAB WEEPS BRINY
Says the Matter Lies Deep in
His Heart Since it is the End
of a Forty Year Business Ca
reer, Foster Praises Him.
Mr. Schwab admitted he had talked
with Mr. Morse, stating trfat a Mr.
Wildman, whom he had known several
.'ears, came to him with the statement
'4iat "Mr. Morse Was a man of the
"I listened," Mr. Schwab added,
'and said that 'if what you say Is true,
md what I assure you I can prove Is
rue, that I received none ot this
money, should not Mr. Morse be wili
ng to make a statement that he has
made a mistake?' Mr. Wlldman said
'to thought he would. do so.
, As a result of this conference, a
nreeting between Mr. Schwab and Mr.
Morse was arranged later and the wit
ness said he repeated to Morse what
le had said to Wildman "that I was
now at the end of a forty years' busi
ness career, and that it was a matter
so "indescribably deep in my heart to
l.e charged with something of that
kind, that I hoped he would correct
"He would not do it,'" Mr. Schwab
continued. "He said there were ex
planations and reasons."
Here the steel man's voice became
husky and his frame shook w ith sup
"I hope you will excuse me, Mr.
Chairman and gentlemen of the com
mittee," he started to continue, "but "
and there his voice broke again. !
Fes- a moment he endeavored to
control -himself.. He gave up the at
tempt and from his eyes rolled great
tears, which he wiped away.
The committee room was filled and
if wss evident that he had the sympa
thy of all by the silence that prevailed
a silence broken by Representative
Foster, wrho said:
"I "cannot help making this reflec
tion. I want to express onjthe record
my appreciation of the manner Mr.
Schwab, in whkh you have introduced
evidence concerning this, voucher.
Aside from my membership on this
uommlltee. I want to express my ap
preciation as an American citiien for
the services you have rendered our
"There is 110 Jury to be affected, or
court to be Influenced, but I say that
Get on a right basis with yourself and make
your income tax return on the inventory basis.
The wise ones ail over the United States are do
ing it. "1 -
Keep a permanent business record. It saves
money. We will keep this record for you. Make
our office, your office.
KNOW what it coots to produce a bushel of
KNOW what it costs to cultivate an acre of
summer fallow. '
KNOW what it costs to harvest an acre of
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER
Personal Service and a dollar's worth
for a dollar.'
Income Tax & Audit Co.
J. V. WITHI'.KJ-jI-Ij
American National Bank lildg. .
PKXDLKTOX, OliKUOX 3
I Oregon Normal School
I SUMMER SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS
J The summer terms of tho Oregon Normal School will be held as
Hegiilnr 'onrses six weeks hecinning June 2, 1921.
IJemcntary Teachers Training Course twelve weeks' beginning
June 27, 1921. ' ,
KKta i.AU OOl KSIS Six WHIRS KXilSNIXG HiV. eT. I2t.
For detailed Information ccncerninK Monmouth write to J. H. Ark.
erman. Monmouth, Omtton. . - -
J For detailed information concerning Pendleton white to H. E. In
g low, Pendleton, Oregon. . . y . .
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. A. P.
Overcome by his emotions, Charles M.
Schwab temporarily broke down on the
witness tsand today before the Walsh
congressional committee InvesligntinK
affairs of Ihe Hliiiininir board. With I out of an appreciation of the situation.
tear-fillcd eyes, he denied charge uf
witnesses that lt0,000 of a $-'t9,0CH
voucher charged to his account In th
office of the Bethlehem Shipbuilding
corporation had been allocated to ex
pense of construction of government
Mr. SchwaS had been recalled le.
Rive testimony, reharding' ship con
str Jcstion matters while he was direc-tor-peneral
of the emerireiiey fled
corporation. After his testimony, his
attention was called by Representative
K. M. Foster to testimony that since
making his denial last Friday of the
I feel I am compelled to give expres
sion to it."
This statement was greeted by ap
"I thank you very much," Mr.
Schwab replied. "That was the sub
stance of my conversations with Mr.
He had regained control of himserf
nnd In. answer to the chairman's ques
tion said he h:(d never instituted any
steps to have any nmiit mopped. He
said such matters were never brought
to his attention. .
He attain thanked the committee and
charges, he had conferred with Perley asked them to excuse him for his dis
Mnrsv of Perley Morse and Company. 1 play of emotion and arising, walked
auditors, - who found the alleged from the room, passing close to vt hi re
Genuine U. S. Army Goods
Startlns at once, we will beatn selling gnud. Yon have heard
a lot about reconstructed prMs. W ell. Just imste thi price, list
in your liat, hut tin not waste, any time getlinc your share ot
these bargains asjhey tunnot la,st Ions at these prices.
U. S. Army New Underwear, Wool Shirts and Draw
ers, until now sold for $2.25. New price $1.50
U S Army Rec'l O D. Breeches, were $3.75 now $3.00
U. S. Army Hip Rubber Boots, were $6.50, now $2.50
U. S Army O D Blanker, new ,..$5.65
U. S. Army Rec'l Wrap Leggings were $1.50, now 75c
U. S. Army Officers Raincoats, were $15, now $9.00
U S. Army O. D Shirts, reissue, were $4.65, now $3.55
U. S Army O. D. Shirts, Rec'l, were $3.00 now $2.00
U. S. Army O. D. Wool Trousers, new, were $6.50,
Remember, the above are aU genuine Surplus. Army Goods.
Tlie prices scak for tliemeles and you know we liae no shod,
We are also making- corresponding reductions in all couuuer.
t.KT IT AT THK ARMY STORK"
ARMY & m SALES CO.
546 Main St Thone SGI
Mr, Morse sat, ,v