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DAILY EAST ORrGOSflAIT, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBETJAP.Y 1, 1921.
People Here and There
I , mi l "' wiwiimn, rju i,u vuy luuiiy.
. mir nulla Al l (III. UL'ril r hrhl v..,,.-
uu nor orcupntlon Ih scllliiir Kut
OreKoiilmis. Mlm Aulett. since besin
nlnir work a week bko, has held the
dully record for Helling papers, thus
iM'iitliig a wore of mulo - competitors.
hon ""kfd in to her methods, she ex
plained that most of her eutnm,..
lire men, adding with un eiiKagliiu
" it makes tho boys Bore
because I sell no many,"
A covote. fu.,.1 .r.......i A....ti. ...
luu thut one fore paw wu gone, wu
Killed thin morning by Chill-lea Bower
Hen ho ran over the animal with a
me ton truck two miles this ldo of
rtdams. The animal run abend of the
wucit ror half a. rull, but finally fell
tinder one of tho wheel. Kxamlimtlon
f tho crippled leg showed thut the
iniMina; foot hud evidently been gons
lor Homo time and It In thought that
the coyote lout tho member In un fs
tape from trap.
. Eng Boon, young Chinese boy who
i employed In a local restaurant, has
Joined the KiuillHh' class which Cap
tain Jennie Conrad, of the Salvation
iieaenin-. Kng Chung and
Mow who came to the United Slates a
. xhnrt time ago, comprise the begln
mg member of the class.- How Is
now reading In the first reader, Soon
in the second, while Chung la learn
ing to aay the names of various ob-
OucKia at tho Ht. ceorgc today from
'arby towns Included I.ars (iunder,
on and John Mrljermott of Pilot Itock
ftd Mm. Mario Davis of Walla Walla.
J. M. Clalvln of 1m Orundo was In
Pendleton today a guest ut tho Mow
inuit Hotel. '
l'eputy (Sheriff Dave Ijivander wi.nl
to Athena today on Ivll suit business.
W. H. HueurH. dpiilltv uhnrlff whr.
has been to Milton for tho past two
days on official business, returned to
Pendleton this morning.
Fred Bouillon. ooun.tr nifent. left in.
day for a business visit In Btanfl'old.
Norborne Iterltuluv.- returned i.i
morning after a trainees vi4t to Port
land. ! f i . ,
MARCH WHEAT STRIKES
55 ON BOARD TODAY
Tho price of wheat rcarhed n lour
ebb today wiien ilarch wheut closed
at $l.6& and May at SI.43 8-4.
Following are the quotations, re
ceived from Overbeck & Cooke, local
im, ,01 z; Vlunna, .0022 ; Itomc
Aibb: N, y, money, 7 per cent,
(From Overbeck & Cooke Co.)
Wheat started weak ami lows i.n.i
although declined to ft tli'W Ir.w I..10I
did not breu out, the anticipated li
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nuwnwttiu and cloMrd ut tho boltom
ariy advicew from the khmiA
aoroud told of an almost compute ab
sence of export Interest and claimed
uuigium nuylng wheat In the Argen
tine ut 12c under American. Khortly
before the close tltc seaboard news
bureau confirmed 600,000 taken here
which wan quite a surprise to the
trade. Country offerlnirs to arrive
exceedingly small in all iicrtlmiu n.
cal millers reported a much letter
nour demand from ut! direction for
prompt shipment while rennrtu from
other milling centers were of tlm mimei
aenerai ine. The domestic outlook
i Very encouraging.
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Sheriff Zoell, Ho.,.,cr went to Ciiia
lllla today to attend business In'cou
liectlon with Ids offlc?.
, Ian J. Clart. livestock man
f "r,l"n''' In Pendleton to.lav
Chicago ;ruln Market.
ftpen- High Ixiw Close
Mar. l.fc0 1.65 $1.0:,-
.May 1.47 1.474 J.43V4 1.42?4
May .64 Vt MYt ..644
July .66 .66
May 1.34 1.38 1.29 1.30
July 1.14. 1.12H 1.09 1.11
May .89'4. .69 .59
IVili'ltil I.xchiuiire. !
tendon. S.R2H-: Paris. .0702: Iter-
TACOMA LAD KIDNAPED
AND FORCED TO WRITE
' TO FATHER FOR RANSOM
TACOMA. Feh 1 Ik r 1Mb...
Uust, 20. son of W. n. Hust, wealthy'
laeoman, was kidnapped today by a
lone man nn1 fnrnoH n -i.it - ......
to his fathe for 25,O00 ransom.
m Miss ion Sprague has been ap
pointeo uead of the International
Institute of the Y W C. A.,
which, aids in the Americanization
and protection of glr) who come
here from foreign lantin. She i
now organizing this work la De
I PHONE FOUR)-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY J
We Are Right in Line
lt Those Quick-to-Get-Rcady Meals.
Full line of Purity Cross Cooked Meats.
Creamed Chicken a la King, lobster a la New
. berg and Welsh Rarebit, also deviled meats and
chicken in glasses.
Fish Flakes, Barracuda, Tuna Fish.
We have Dairy Maid Kofh Kernels in rich
cream milk, 2 cans 25c
Washing Powder, large" package 23c
The Economy Grocery
113 W. Webb. Reliable Service
JACK MCKIXJHI) CAN'T lllllt l
KACrtAMENTO, I-eb. 1. (f. p.)
Jack Plckford, movie star, cun't drive
an unto for a year, as tho result of . a
showing that he was ' convicted of
speeding three times In ljo in
Hoilthcrn California, the sn.t.
vehlcle depart imnt refused to Issue
mm a 1921 license.
tjCTS M KUW.Mt.M GltKKTIM;
Copenhagen. Feb. 1. (A. P
tonld Kra.-Hlit, eoviet represent:! tiye
ho carried on negotiation in Lmi
don for the Anglo-Russian commercial
agreement, received only a lukewarm
welcome in Moscow when he returned
recently .with a draft of the proposed
treaty, the National Tidnnde says it
haa learned. itolh s.nik n.i lit
jviiioff of the soviet rotnmlntariat con
siuer me terms of the treaty unaccep
tuhlc, tho newspaper declares.
ATLANTA, a.. Feb. . ,,
Lugeno V. Debs. In the federal prison
oxprmscd pleasure Monday on receiv
ing news i.f the decision of the Hinted
States supreme court In the case of
Victor u lierger und four other soci-
a11.11 leaders. i,ut declined to make
any comment on president Wilson's
rcfufiil to commute his sentence
spi;i;ik with ikh.-si,i:i.s
AN'CHOftACK, Alaska, Feb. 1. (U.
P.t Dr. llrcsuii, who, with dog sleds
is racing for Iditarod to the' bedside
of Calude liitio r, reported seriously lit
was reported to have reached Fort Mc
tUlioon, tho half way point, Friday
I The party lias covered more than 400
miles of tne journey, through bltaaro
and low temperatures traveling night
nd day. 1
XKVV TOT? If, Feb. 1. (A. P.)
Oold bars valued at 4.r,0,fi00 arrived
yesterday oh the Auultanla it was an
nounced today. Of this amount J2 -400
000 was consigned to Ktihn. Leb
who have imnorted no,. 1,
I100.00n.ooo worth of bullion in re
T..tfti-,1j,f.i,iii,M i.i.ii,-iiwft i J
fj RHEUMATISM -tj
If someone who
had suffered with
rheumatism for years
came to you and said
"Anti-Uric cured me
after many remedies.
baths and doctors had
failed" would you give
it a chance to cure
Thousands of users of
Anti-Uric will tell
you just that. We . .
publish in the daily
papers letters from
people who have used
Anti-Uric for their
rheumatism with the
very best results.
These people will
gladly answer any
1 ..V&f.fc.-1 3
DAINTY DEVICES FOR MILADY'S
A Jewelry store of histe standard offers so
many siUKestiona of K)ft for milady boudoir.
Thou little beautiful thlntts that
math to a lady, such as mirrors,
ties, puff Jam, jewel cases.'
Tax Collections Fall Off. -
WA8H1.VOTO.V, Feb. 1. (A. P.)
Income, and exes profits taxes col
lected by the uovernment In reeember
fell off by more than f 24,0ri0.o(io as
compared with Dcemlier, 1319 and
ror tne first half of the fiscal year col
lections declined by mure than $410,
000,000, as against the correspond! n'ft
period of the previous year, according
10 figures made public hist night b
the bureau of internal revenue.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
REGULAR WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Dance February 2, 1921
COME .AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
ill r it . i . .j . v. I
1 FIRST flATiDNAL BANK
Offers an unexcelled banking service to in
dividuals and corporations; transacts a
general banking business and maintains
special departments with facilities of the
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Was Restored to Health by
Lydia E-Pinkham's Vegetable
ITnrlenn Wia " Mv vnimrr rtnn4ttM
had been troubled for several monthe
with backache and a
J.'lii(icy-Kcarns Trial AdJiurucd
UATAVrX. X. Y.. Veil. Vi-Trinl r
the iiuv.OOi) damage suit against Jack
ijempsey and J;ick Kearns. which was
to have utarted In supreme court here
icKterday a aljmirnd to next Alon-
day, to permit Dempsey and Ktarng to
bad feelin&r in her'
stomach. When she
cot to the table to
eat she did not want
anything, while be
fore she was so hnn-
ftrjr she could hardly
wait for her dinner.
The doctors pave her
meHirin hut it rA
S'Sjnct help her. Qne
; ? 1 a i i:. .
which was lefc on hit norch and it ia
minded me that when I was a voune
irl I took several bottles of Lydia E.
'inkhnm'a Vnirofahln f'Amivninil Ca
she went to the drug store and got a
hnttlnnnrt aftc. tha rA nnn
eac and has not had backache since. In
all she took six bottles of it. She goes
to school and on Saturdays holps with
the hntiuiurM.lr Sha ia n nnrmnl linnllltn
girl now and we recommend your medi
cine. Yon hm0 mv nprmissiinn tn nnhliaH
this letter as a testimonial for the Vejre-
tahlo Compound. Mrs, Brank Skl
chert, 150 Larabee St., Horicon, Wis,
Mothers all over the country . have
found Lvdi K. Pinkham's Veffetnlila
Compound to be a most reliable remedy
for Eiicb conditions.
HIGH SCHOOL K
ured for doctors to
prescribe, its success
was so creat the
cided to put it on the
market for the pub
lic " It has made
thousands of friends
whoare glad to
recommend it to other
If you have rheuma
tism try Anti-Uric.
If you are not satis
fied with the results
your money will be
Anti-Uric is for sale
bv the Pendleton
Drug Co. and ,
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
Eastern Oregon. -
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Pay Cash ' Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Gash Grocery
209 E. Court ' Phone 880
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FfltMSHED APAKTMEXT for rent
IVkcta hi Siih Tickets are on sule
atjhe school today for the Baker-
Pendleton games which are to be play-!
ed here Friday and Saturday. Vernon
Kowter nd. Byron Warner ore in
charge of the ticket sale. These heing
the first Barnes played here this year
a large crowd Is expected both-nights.
This will be the first chance to see
the local championship team In ac
lion as this is the first game that the
locals have played on the home floor.
The local team expects to give Baker
a worse trouncine than thev received
there on the first night. Baker will
play both nichts for a return to Pen
dleton's visit in that city for two
nishta.. Pendleton will have the ad
vantage of playing on their own floor
and will try hard to keep the visitors
from tyinu tho chance or taking home
Saturday' game will be called at
o'clock so that the came will lw
over In time for the American Legion
bout. Local snorismen will h.iv
chance of seeing two real cards on the
name evening. - -
Pows'bility or Girls' fiame IY.'la-
There is a possibility that the Athena
Kirls" team will play the local Kirls on
the high school floor Friday. If o ar
raheed Ihe Fridnv dime will ho a
double header for the boys will meet
Baker for the first return game. Thi.
will be the first game played' on the
local floor this season.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court - : phone 8S0
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Pictures Taken for Annual Pic
tures of several of the activities of the
school were taken this morning during-
tho first period. Photographers
from the Aune Studio wore at the
school and photographed the classes
in. advanced and 'elementary dramat
ics. . Tomorrow the class basketball
tpAiliH find lm It. nl.w. .. til i
taken. Several pictures will he taken i
earn aay so that they may be sent to
the engravers who will finish ihe iio.
ture for the Annual. ,
board If desired
or TLM Cosbie St.
.MfX WAXTKI for detectlvo.work
xporlence iinneccssarj'. 'Write .1
anor, former lr. S, government delec
ve, St. Louis, Mo.
LOST ladles black nurse. Iu.tuaa
Weslern fnion and Peonies
house. Cotallla bunk hnnk ..ht
Finder plensa cull S2U-J or 19S-u'.
until you have seen
W. D. Chamberlain
Income Tax Expert
117 East Court Strct.
(SNOW & DAYTON) -Phone
Be sure you are rijrht.
You may save money.,
Mildrpd Harris Chan;'
nrw jnrenor sex'
I will sell at my place at IMission (Agency) the following
Vb scribed property aii(J stock oh
Saturday, February Bill
4 Heavy Road Plows
22 Sets Lead Bars -1
Anvil and Blower
1 Set Blacksmith Tools
1 Set Taps and Dyes
30 Picks and Shovels
1 Wheat Rack
1 Water Tank
2 Gas Drums
2 Log Chains ,
8 Tents 12x14 1
24 Iron Cots and Springs
24 Matresses i
117 Quilts ; 5 '
40 Pair Double Blankets
2 Cooking Ranges v
Large Amount of Cooking Utensils
1 14-inch two-bottom Gang Plow.
1 14-inch Blade.
1 12 Year Old Brood Mare, 1400 lbs.
1 9 Year Old Mare, 1200 lbs.
1 7 Year Old Horse, 1300 lbs.
2 4 Year Old Mules (broke) 2300 lbs.
2 4 Year Old Mules (unbroke) 2200
lbs. - - -
Sale , Starts at 1 P. M.
All sums under 850.00 cash; over 850.00 banbkable
paying 8 per cent interest.
Fred R. Young, Owner
COL. W. V. YOHNKA, Auct.