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TUESDAY EVETIINC.' MARCH 1, 1021.
DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
ARE YOU JUST
People Here and There
Mm. Olen-nyan left today for Jo
Mph, Oregon, where she will visit tilth
htr mother for several weeks. ,
iohn J. Gray nd Jo ftulste, prom
inent cattlemen and she-epmen of the
Vinson country, were I'endlelon vis
Ed SchllU-r of th Ellis Schiller
compuny, hu returned from Lewla
ton, Iduho, where he. spent several
day transuding business. '
Perry Wright, formerly of The
Dalle and connected with the think
hotel of that city, Is now with the Ho
tel i'emlleton, replacing J. V. Adams,
Who recently resigned. '
Mr. and Mr. Ed, Mile of Board
man were lsltors In Fendloton yes
terdy and today. They will attend
to business matteri and (hop before
returning tothelr home.
KEWSIOF THE COUNTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
Unwn Vtolt School,
W'.W. Green, county auperlntend
ent of sohoolH la visiting the schools
of the county thleweek. Superintend-
ent (Jreen will be away from hi office
the greater part of the week.
11. X. Blnnfleld, senator-elect from
Oregon, ia now en route to Washing
ton to take the oath of office on
March 4. Mr. Ptunflold started east
from weliier, Idaho, where he hud
been detained by a lawsuit. He la ac
companied east by his new oc-alary,
K. J. AdWis, and Ferdinand Heed,
who assisted In hla political campaign.
Captain J ile Conrad and Lieut
Myra .Moys 'left Monduy night : for
I'nrtland where they will Join a pifrry
ft Salvation army people and procede
lo Ban Francisco where- enernl
Hfumwell Hooth Will apeak. During
the absence "f the ra-o local fflcc.rs
the work of life Army will .be 'In
in hmvm been stolen from the
charge of Mra. xlKett, 115 EoJit Court , P(.OI)le., WarehoUM Bml Waa fount In
Mra. lVul llc.
Mra. oacar leVaul, wife of Dr. Os
car DeVaul of Pilot Itock, and well
known in Pendleton, died in Portland
Monday and wua burled today, accord
ing to word received by friends here.
Kecure Mrrine Mce-nne.
A marriage Jlcens waa btaiied this
afternoon at the? county clerk' office
10 Henry K. Iteese und Opal Kramer
both of Pendleton. Mr. Iteeae la a
well known musician of tills city.
Make Ta Turnover. .
The first turnover of 1920 taxea waa
received Monday from the sheriff's of
fice by Mlaa Grace OilMam, county
treasurer. The aom of r-T,S.45 waa
received of which 17.J3.7 goea to
the general fund. , "It will ..help
square up our debt," 'said Mlaa Gil
liam this mornlnrir
Tw' An .tiwslnl,
Kit Pitcher und George Demott,
both of Pendleton, were arrested to
day for receiving stolen properly. The
nrooerty In question consisting on
Ight pieces of aluminum Ware wua nl
A broken nns sustained by EMward
Olson, of Free-water, while serving as a
aiiddler Irr'the Army, still gives
him great trqubl and for this reason
he Is seeking compensation from the
government. Mr. Olson, who la here
to confer with the, lied Cross, had his
nose broken when a horse reared hack,
Mrlktng- Mr. Otaon forcibly on the foe.
F. E. Judd, formerly of (hla city
and a director of the American Nutl.
onai Hank, la here today. W. s I..
Thompson, president of th Amerli-nn
National, will arrive bera tomorrow
from Portland on a busineaa vlafe. Ha
waa detnlned last night and did' not
accompany Mr. Judd.
If anyono enjoyed being In the leg
islature mar than Frank Sloan of
Htanfield, It waa hla tlllloum, Vt
Carsner of Spray. Mr. Sloan and Mr.
Carsner were Inseparable for '44 days
and an etml number of nlghta. There
was probably no one who made fewer
remarks on the floor than Mra. Motin:
for speech making Is n hla special-:
ty, but he managed, to land whatever
he went after,, Mr. BJoan, who la In
the sheep business, has checked ottt
"of 'th Imperial anilTT headed for
home. KtnnfielJ, rx-admits, ia going
to seem mighty tame after hla sojourn
at Sulem. Oregonlon. . '
th imsspsslim, the police allege, of the
l-lslilng I.kiiiKca ifcrc.
The county clerk's office 1st In re
ceipt cf fishing and hunting licenses
for the yr 1931. . A new feature of
the license this year Is the fact that
boys between the ages of 14 and 18
years of axe must have them. They
do not pay the regular price of three
dollars, however, but are uascased
Hoys' Are ArreKtwl.
George Hugh und Dill Jackson
both 11 years of age, were apprehen
ded yesterday by Deputy Bherlff
RUlgeway on a churge of the theft of
$120 from the Cominmun horn sev
eral weeks ago. They hava been
turned over to ttH-lr parents for safe
keeping ontll the Juvenile authorities
take charge of the cose.
SAM!'.!) ON lAIUFF HOARD.
WAHH1NOTON. Mar. 1. (V. P.)
President Wilson nominated Henry T.
ftalne, retiring Illinois congressman
aa a membwr of the United States tar
iff mitsH4on. -
Portland. March t. iU. P.) Uve-
fclock ia ateady, egga and butter are
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
Uncle John's Cane Maple Syrup, 12 oz. can 25c
1 nint Anil 12 m. tin 53c
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Monopole Can and Maple Syrup, 1-2 gaL. . . 85c
Banquet Extra TaWe Syrup, 5 pound can. . 50c S
js r ''' 1 m t H' .1 . , q
Olympic Pancake Flour, large package. .... 40c ji
Pure Lard, 5 pound $1.25, tQ pound' . .... $2.50 w
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE ABOVE $
' ' PRICE NOW. 3
' ' ' !. ' ' ' $
The Economy Grocery!
Phone 4091 7 . , 13. W, Webb
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PHONE FOUR-O-NltfE FOR, BETTER SERVICE
POnTBIt, Ind., March 1. (A. P.)
The laat body was believed to hnva
lieen lemoved from the debrlrf of th
wreck laat night whon a New York
Central train cut In two a Michigan
Control Flyer at the Intersection of
th two lines here. Identification of
the dead was progressing slowly.
The offlclul deuth Hat stood at forty
three, but little more than a score of
these hod been Identified positively.
Heveral other bodies wer partly Identified.
March" wheat ' ross In price today.
closing al 9 1 .08 as contrasted with
yesterday's cloning of $1.67 while May
wheat rose also and closed. at I.6S.
Following? are the quotations receiv
ed by Overbeck Cooke Co.
Open High I-ow Close
1.684 1.67 t.5 1.66
I.G6V4 1.58 1.534' 1.68
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Oregon Ranks 1? in List of
. States Haying Largest Num
ber of Trucks in Use; New
York Has Total of 132,000.
riRIIWEPOUT, Conn., March L i
(I?. 1'.) 'A house to order In ten min
utes. Order your nungaiew wouj unu
it wilJ be ready for delivery tomorrow.
Thnt is the offer of the Sunshine
Homes and Concrete Products com
pany, which la proaucing mrai
concrete houses. Invented by Simon
take of this city. Inventor of the bud
The comoany has taken over me
varda of the HousantonlC Hhipbuilding
rnmnitnv. where wooden Bhlps were
built during the war for the Emerg
ency Fleet corporation, and ivlthin a
.hnn time exuects to turn out these
hnn.e. at the rate of four a day. The
actual casting of the houses, which Is
done in one piece, taken only ten min
ules. accordina to ltolcrt C. Ifferty,
architect and president of the com
pany, who deHigned the house.
bafferty calls the house "a revolu
tion In home building." His model
home was set up on a vacant lot In
the center of the city today.
JAPAN WILLING TO
CONCEDE CONTROL OF
CABLES TO AMERICA
TATUS. March I. tA. P.) The
council of the league of nations in the
reply to the American note on man
dates Invites the United States to
send a representative to the next
meeting of the council in April.
This indicates that the Yap island
question . may e reopened if the
ur,.ahinrtnn tfovernmem ktos
plenipotentiary to discuss the matter.
PARIS March 1. (Henry Wood.
tf, p, Staff Correspondent.) Japan Is
willing to concede to American control
of cables on the Island of Tap, out
she desires to retain her mandate,
Uaron Mill told the League of Na
tions council teday.
Ho anld hla country was willing to
nut the leacue'a interest ahead or ja
pan's private interests and that he is
willing to accept a just compromise.
He then suggested Jopan a willingness
to permit the United States to control
The number of motor trucks now In
use In the United Htale.s totals 961,
iZl, as compared with the total mo
tor vehicle registration of 9,1)6.262,
according to compilations made b)
slatMlclana of tho B. V. Goodrich
The compilations ore based on the
actual truck registration figures of
iO states and estimates of motor ve
hicle registrars of the IS other states
which do not seggregate motor truck
and poanoiiger car registrations. (They
are conservative, possibly somewhat
below the actual number of trucks
Many states which hava not seg.
greguted motor truck and passenger
car licenses In the past have arranged
to do so this year. Consequently ru
ture estimates can be made wlih a
New York led all other "Bates by a
greater degree of exactness. ,
According to the Goodrich flgnren.
substantial margin with lz.5?.
Ohio came second with 83,J0O. Pen
nsylvania, which ranked third in the
number of motor venicies 01 mi num.
Cropped to fourth place In the truck
list, Illinoia taking third place' wun
6.H6. Pennsylvania's trucks totaled
The next six states In the list were:
Massachusetts, fifth, 51,3X6; Michi
gan, sixth, 46,773; California, sev
enth, 86.857; Indiana, elgpth, 32,
4S2; Texas, ninth, 30.000. and Wash
ington, tenth, 25.570.
It. l interesting to note that 27
states, more than half the. total num
ber, had lrt.Ooo or more trucls. (H
this number, -the large majority were
-itnlea where considerable manufactur
ing Is done. The agricultural states,
however, were well represented, and
It Is safe to predict that In a few
years wlll'be In the majority.
The Goodrich figures toy states, with
the rank of each in truck ownership
Arkansas . ....
California . . . . .
Connecticut , . . .
Idaho ' -
Minnesota . . . .
Mississippi . . . .
New Mexico . .
North Dakota .
Rhode Island . . .' !8
Washington . .
C. OP O. BRITS IV. S. O.
ElTUF3N"E. Or., March 1. (A. P.)
T'nlvm-altv of Oregon defeated vvasn
Ington State college at baskethall last
nlKht bv a score of 33 to 27. Hie game
. fiik and interesting. The same
teams will play a second game here to
night. . ,
DO YOU KNOW? ;
It h?s been successfully demonstrated that
two thirds of all the illness to which mankind is
subject are due to diseased conditions found in the
mouth. ! ' . . , ,
DO YOU KNOW?
That you can have avery dangerous diseased
condition in and around your feeth, roots and gums
and don't know it It's a silent, slow, innocent,
harmless lookinjt condition and may not give you
any warningintil It hits you real hard in some of
your most vital spots. , . .
' Cownlfteel)f '.fltvm h All 1
1 pontwl BtrnwIicA. T " ' "
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Htiurs Taylor Hardware Bldlt.
A. iL to 5 P. M. PwudUton, Onttwi
Appolnhnenti to suit jou ,
She was Fat
TIM aMM n thto itietnr
friw you sin Met Hw
nouDvd krMnl nxl follow
in( mmr dtrectfMW ol Kra
ytUia, ah f44
IIm. in thr OMHtths. Now
iht it wH. ro-MH
srrtntdly alrt nd ta bet
ter healtli Kflmbl ntl
entona nf roatwra iu
Isirineht. IA (a AO not
rmai ft Safe. pUaaant iMLtind, ndoraatt by
Bhyitciftni. UBTI. Buy Kjrtin tahult t
Mf ntari c "r fMa brorl:t with manf
tMtimobialft ronMr to rov ta plain wwperi writ ta
Too Many Pwiplo rl ThemMClvcs
Mliln,and Almiit to lmp
People everywhere complain they
are worn out, woary beyond express
sion, Just hanging on. It Is a most
FOR THE EABY
discouraging condition. The past fen
years have been a grilling cxperlene
If your nerves seem to have gone to
smash, and the last drop of 'iron har
apparently been burned out of the
blood, get a 11.00 box of Room and
note the effect. It may take a few
days before you get up speed but the
effect will be the greatest sensation
you ever experienced. It will take
vou back lo the years when you ate
like a boy, slept like a dog, wftrked
hard, enjoyed It, gloried In it and
tackled It like piuy, and got away with
my task, no- matter what. It glvea a
uncn to your nerves, puts a pink h'M
m pallid chfeks, you feel great all
ver and look. it. If you are thin f
sill build you up torogularw eight, ln
'ensify the vital processes.' give you
luickness, alertness, and proof against
exhaustion, no matter home hard tht
task. Ask any of the . clerka at
Thompsons Drug Store and any othei
leading drug store. They have seen
the results of Reolo with customers
who were Just hanging on but are now
among the healthiest people they
tt-sured. The play may be presented
two evenings aa was done with the
... . L - i...t... Mi i, eUn-'letl with car
A gill tor inr uh.... - - -
of course they can't us it now-but If the g.ft ia of
HHA KIt It will be for years and Increase In
'value and sentiment.
"GifU That Lat" uj
(Many people start remembering birthdays
with giving aj spoon and matching It eneh year.)
Tlic i arpt Diamond Dil-. hi V rn Orcffon.
. . Honks . Drfrat Slhs. The Fresh
man haseball team last eveniag de
feated the wise sophomores by a seor
of 8 to 5. The frame was said to be a
good one and many rooters were pres
ent for both classes. This evening in
;he, gymnaeium tho juniors and seniors
will mix. Perry Davis is captain of
Lhe senior team which expects to sho.v
'.he other classes a real team. Davit
was catcher on the Hill Military team
if Portland two years ago. '
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Estimates made by states vehi
largest increase In truck regl
trauoa du.mg 1920 waa shon in Flo
rida which Jumpeil from 3,239 to 10 -448
ft gain of more than 800 percent.
ZJuCett. jumped fom 42 000 to
51.386. Michigan from 36.863 to 4..
773, and Wisconsin from 10.8S4 to
16,205. ... -
Vlrt SlitpnKut of Material. ThP
first shipment of materiel for the an
nual, the hiRh school year book was
shipped yesterday to the West Coast
Engraving Co. of Portland.. This ship
ment consisted of pictures of the sen
or class and of the activities of the
school. The shipments are made in
one-fourth lots. The second shipment
will be made within a few weeks. A.
a reBUlt of the campaign which has
been carried on for subscription for
:he book 151 books have already been
ordered. The' staff enpecta to order
in the neighborhood of 300 books toe-
cause several alumni have expressed
their want for one and several will be
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RBNT Housekeeping rooms
614 Coabte St. .
Fire Automobile . Ufe
Room 14 Itond Hide IVntllcton, Ore.
PAIOFT ItKOKB A WOULD SPEED
'RECORD for slock cars, 102.8 miles
per hour. Tulge, climbed Pikes Peak
See these models nt the Auto Show
0. 19, Holdman Auto Co. Alto, and Cot.
tonwood Sts, . Phone 46.
NEW YORK, March 1. The form
er dcrmun liner Ulsmarck, largest
ship in the world, 56,000 tons gross,
recently purchased by the White Star
line from the reparations commissi
on, is to be renamed the Majestic.
She is now being made ready for
her new owners by German workmen
In Hamburg, In compliance with the
peace- treaty. She will carry about
The Majestic exceeds the tonnage
of the American steamer-Leviathan
bv 1,800 tons. '
The next in size iS lhe Impeiator,
recently purchased by the Cunard
1.1 no, a 62,022 ton craft.
A most gratifying display of silk skirts fills
our large center window. Skirts of almost
every hue with many showing pleasing two
color combinations. There are skirts of all
silk jersey, jersey skirts with taffeta flounc
es, taffeta skirts and jersey skirts with mes
saline flounces. i
The first sixty women shoppers will enjoy
the opportunity of this skirt event as there
are just five dozen skirts in this assortment
Be sure to see the window display and be one
of the women who will enjoy one of the petti
coats at $2.69
Beautiful Tricolette Dresses $14.75
It hardly seems possible that the charming
dresses shown iri our south window may be
had so economically. ,
' An excellent quality of silk tricolette em
belished by neat embroidery designs in har
monizing colors. Not many at this price. If
you would see them don't procrastinate.f Their
stay will be short at $14.75
Aecept ,-Callfornia" tftrup of Figs
only look for tho name California on
the package, then you are sure your
jhlW is havine the be?t and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love Its
fruity taste. Full directions on each
hottle. Ton must ssy "California.
I HIGH SCHOOL" NOTES '
.lolm Henderson Visits John Hen
derson, a senlrr in the school, spent j
the week end lit la Orande where h j
saw the 1 Orande high school present
their annual senior-play. " He returned!
Sunday evening. j
I'lny to Hp tiivon In prl The Drama j
Clul) will give its second play some
time during the first week in April ac,!
cording to on wniuMtncemeiu nmm
known today by Miss Elisabeth Sever-
enre,( coach. The play cnoscn it-
I'emard Shaw s "Yon Never isn i.
The cn hn been chiwen and active
-..rL, h.. len bew. The cast has
BILL VS JAZZ HOUNDS
t March 2
Hear Billy Feature 12th j
St. R:g" on piano throufth
: Tickets $1.00 '
. Fast and snappy dances j
Music a3 long as the j
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J. 0. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable5 Prices
n -v T . ' T c a"
Ji.ast uregonian rnnting jueparuneiu.
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
DespainLee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh
PayCash Receive More Pay Lesj
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
bt,a very well chowm and ue U