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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, 1021.
j Into in.i'iis''loiini,M frnm fear. The
j two i tlu r li hang. Sum Fcrrera mid
.liW'Iih i:.it;iiii.i Mere taken to the
I wnf'I'oM previous to Ounllnolll. ' Al-
IIUUUI UjIIIU linnULUj ,,, Hlul matamcd their composure
, imlil the tiap was sprung.
("ardlnelU vns hatu;cd'for the mur
CHICA'.O, April 16. (V. P.) ! der of Andre- Powmnn, a crime for
Three tuen were hangod. Sam Ciirdl-J which two members of Ills Kanir had
nelll, "the brain of t'hlcnK's worst ' nil -eady been banned and for which
(inns," according to police, was oar-! 1" o 01 hers are rervlnir life sentences,
rled to the waff old unconscious. Ti e ' 1'irrcra anil Costamo were hnngod for
Rang lender Inst his bravado n he wasl the murder of Antonio Varchetto, a
being brought from bis cell nml lapsed baker In n holdup.
SEASON NOW OPEN
Why not start the season right and buy fishing
tackle that will catch fish. ,
We have what you want. .
SPORTING GOODS MAN .
Call for the Blue Label Leader
Hotel Pendleton Bid?. Phone 646
ALL TEACHERS FIRED
with enthusiasm and
. with vital messages will be waiting for you
Christian Church Bible School
Next Sunday Morning at 9:45.
A class for every grade and a qualified teacher
' for every class.
You will enjoy it if you come, but you won't
. enjoy it if you don't come.
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With a Wrench and a
It is wonderful how a powerful electric
plant like the LALLEY a plant that does
so many things and does them so well
can be so simple and so accessible.
When you consider that the LALLEY
LIGHT and Home Electric Power Plant
has'only three moving parts; whenyqu con
sider that thu great piece of machinery can
be assembled and dissembled in a very few
minutes, with only a screw driver and4a
wrench to do the work, it is even more
The LALLEY is the most simple mechan
ism of its kind made.
This is why the LALLEY seldom gets out of order.
Thii is why it is so inexpensive to maintain so easy
The simplicity of the LALLEY is just one of its unusual
features. It has so many good points there are so many
things about its splendid construction, that you must see it
in actual operation to know it, and better understand it.
Come in and let us co over the plant from top to bottom
- inside and out. If it's not convenient for you to do so
just now, drop us a card asking for the LALLEY Book.
It will give you many valuable pointers on the saving
t of time, work and money.
BE SURE-See the Lallcy FIRST
. ' STURGIS & STORIE
Heaiavaarten for Electrical Equipment for the Farm
and Rural Home
;,None Too Sick to Vote.
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INCREASED MILEAGE IS . BUILT INTO FEDERAL
BUY FEDERALS THEY COST NO MORE AND
Everybody, entitled to a vote, east it In the recent plebiscite In
rich Upper Silesia, lu which the Germans defeated the Poles This
picture shows a sick German being carried to the pollsw '
RUBBER COMPANY HEAD
B. O. AVork, president of the B. F.
Goodrich Rubber Co., just recently re
turned from his(ahnual Inspection of
the company's interests abroad. Biim
marizius his observations in France
and Germany, said:
"Industrially, Germany makes a
better appearance than I noticed on
my visit a year ago. Since then fac
tory conditions have materially im
proved. There appears sufficient
food, though not an- abundance, and
the spirit oS the people has changed
for the better. The meat restriction
was removed November 1, and that
commodity seems plentifully now, al
though prices are hlgrn.
"itaror conditions are very pood. I
not Kid one German concern offering
for sale foal which had been deliv
ered to France by Germany. Appar
enti France is not in position to make
ii mediate tse of the supply delivered.
Coc tests the Germans ISO marks a
"From the social standpoint France
has imprpved. but business is bad.
Their motor industry- has been hard
hit. With gasoline at SO cents a gal
lon,, economy can naturally bo expect
ed. During the last two months there
have been distinctive signs for better
conditions in France. J'arls appears
ptimistic and bankers see decided
stb'ns o improvement."
Every automobile carries an excel
lent steam vulcanizer, says the B. F.
Goodrich Rubber Co.
This may be surprising1 news to
many motorists who thought that
they were on very intimate terms with
their machines but it is so, neverthe
less. "The radiator when full of hot,
ste.rming water is a very satisfactory
vulcanizer for inner tubes, and has
been used to splendid advantage by
ingenious motorists miles away from
anywhere with a tube needing patch
lug". A little vulcanizing cement Is
smeared on the rubber patch and
around the hole in the tube and then
the two are put together, placed patch
downward on the radiator and held
firmly with the pressure of the hand
until the rubber Is cooked Into a solid
If no vulcanizing cement js at hand
a little tube rubber dissolved in gaso
line may be used as a substitute.
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LOS AXQELKS, April 1 i. (A. P.)
I. os Angeles defeated Vernon yes
terday 5 to 5. evening the series,
each team having captured two
games. Griggs made the winning run
In the third tnnlnff. coming home from
third on Crawford's sacrifice fly.
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
In AU Branches.
DR.C. II. DAY
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 21 and 25 8mItb-Crawfor4
TelSDhona 704 Rea. 74S-B
FARMKRS SHOULD ORGANIZE.
SVAKHIXGTON'. Anril 15. if A. P.I
tion, capable of presenting facts to
congress on matters affecting agricul
ture, Secretary Wallace declared today
before the conference of the American
farm federation bureau.
He "deplored" the complaint that
appropriations fur agriculture are in
the nature of subsidizing a class, since
they are for the benefit of the farmers.
.Such appropriations ara actually more
for the benefit of the consumers than
for the farmers, he said.
Chairman McFadden of the public
banking and currency committee today
announced that examination of the fi
nancial support of farm organizations,
began in the last session, would be con
tinued. The executive committees of the Na
tional Milk Producers' association and
of the National Grange met today in
preparation for the meeting tomor
row of a number of farm organiza
tions which will endeaver to agree on
a legislative programme.
The municipal council of Paris has
decided to place a memorial stone at
each and every place where a "Bi3
Bertha' 'bomb shell fell.
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We have only 4 new Common Sense tractors left. We are not in a position to
handle tractors, therefore we are closing them out at a big sacrifice. Don't delay if
interested. CALL OR WRITE . ' ' ;
John S. Wllllsms (above),
wealthy plantation OTner of Cov
ington Oa., has oeen found guilty
of tho murder of negro peons and
sentenced to Ufa Imprisonment
Mrs. Williams (belw) broke
down at the trial and suited aloud
i when the eidlct waj returned.
I but William was uanssved
121 N. 3 St!
G. N. SMITB
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