East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 02, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    PAGE FIVE
TEN PAOES
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. ' MONDAY EVENING, MAY 2. 1 921
PORTLAND MAN IS
People Here and There
A FIRM BELIEVER! W-
Walter Mitchell, of linker. Who htm
hoi.n In t"a llfornla on liunlnoHM, im'd
through IViullcton yoHtcrduy on hl
way to Hiioknne on a ImxlnoK trip,
tnlniiiK liltt holcllnm here o lie may re
turn If t ho lilhiatu there fulla to uRrcB
with )i i ti i.
JuiIku ('. 11.
u vlHltor here.
W. J, Mnynurd, muniiKor of tho J
Penney Co.' nloio nt Milton w ljunlne.
here today on IiIh way to Halt Ijike
flly.
MlHi Helen Pioer lung returned to
I'ortlnnd after simndlnif ten diya In
Pendleton im u miliHiltute operator in
thH Wt'Ntern t'nlon office. Hhe work
ed for Den llutton darliijf IiIh lllnen.1.
llo wiih u bit! to ri'uin work thin
niornlnif.
l'lnn, of l.u (liunilo, Ik
lie In In Pendleton on
miiei hitendent of schools, wan in box
Hion thin uftcrnonn maklnK un exami
nation of tho loaiiH tlmt have k';cri
made from m hool (linking fund.
Max (lorfkle who huH been In 1'ort
land ten day uttendlnie the Jewish
celebration of the FeaHt of tho I'iihh
over returned to ivndlolon thl after
noon. Mr, llnrfkle will vlnlt relative
uUiut two weekn before returning.
,iiiuiwn Appointed.
Uy un order of Judi;e. I. M. Hchan-
iiivm, uiuihh j. I lice, I' . i- vocKuyro,
Kev. A. H. HolmeH mmtor of the land llruci! Hhunslo have been uppolnt-
FliHt t'oiiKregatlonallKt cliurch al I' d ai.pialMera to determine the value
Wul In Walla, wan In the city today. Heof property Included In the dilute of
came down to meet hid mother, Mr, the late Nancy Kittoup.
K. C Deacon, who arrived from Den-
ver for a MhU. While, here Uev. MiulitiiKiit by Default.
Holme vlHlled with 11. U. Inlow, ku- Judmmrit to the amount of Jl.r,(i.?.0
lierlntendent of school, an old friend. I In favor of the Tum-a-l.iini Lumber
He alHii made a brief talk thin inornlim j 'o hiiM been uwurded In an action
at the liiuh whonl when the ribbons j amUiiHt it. W. llainiu In which the
HUSBAF
Mooney Will Testify in Effort
to Secure New Trial; Serving
Life Sentence for Murder.
for thi! victory In Saturday' truck
iiic.it were dlxtrlbuted.
concern nought to collect. The Judg
ment resulted from u default.
Thomas MIIIh spent Sunday In Walla
Walla where he .visited IiIh slnter-ln-luw
Mrs. O. D. Norton who 1 con
valescent after u serious II I new. Mrs.
Norton was formerly Miss Mary Cox.
and aim made her home here before
her nini rinse.
J. K. Marsliall, who has been fur ni
hil: and handllnc wrod on his ranch
near Meachnm, vtns In l'endleton this
morning, blddinn uood-bye to friends.
He has nmde nrrnnKenienta to return
to his former home at Dallas, Tex.,
where he Kill be connected with tin ar
t If lea I to tnsniifsctiirinK company.
He oeiiie here several year niro for
the belief I of his hnllh, ami be is re.
U-J.'..'. !-.. i
NEWS OF THE COUNTY 1;
OFFICES AND OFFICERS 1
L li
Man-wmi' I.UviiM-s.
LicensuH to wed have been Kiantid
to lllchard 1. Itankln and Helen An
derson, bolh of i'enUleton; and to t'.
A. McIJvoy, who lives in Washington
and llva 1. Itollettl of linatilla county.
SAN KK A NCI. SCO, May ( C. P.I
Itena Mooney went to the Ban Quen
(In penitentiary to serve on Warden
Johnston en order directing him' to
brSnif her hii'dinnd, Thomas Mooney
Into court here Monday to test.ly In an
effort to secure a new trial. Mooney
will ki e the world which lies beyond
the prison walls for the firm time in
two veins. He Is serving a life sen
tence for murder following the
parednesa parade booming here.
Altizer Makes Seventeen Pound
Cain by Hiking Tanlac
Health Restored.
pre.
look for l .mploj incut
A letter has been received here by
the county court from W. C. Carpen
ter, federal director of labor, In which
he seek Information on tho chances
of married men to find employment
In rniatilla county on public work.
I'.vnmlne School Ixmiiis.
A board consisting of Judiro I. M.
fVhannen, Grace A Gilliam, county
treasurer, and W. W. Creen. county I
HAM HAM, M . AtiKIt AClI ITTKI) I
NKW YOIIK, May 2 l. I'.) I
John J. Mcfiraw, manager of the New j
York Clanls, was aciultted by the
federal court, charged with violating
the Volstead act. The Jury was out
four minutes.
PARIS ENJOYS SUNSHINE
IN BUS AND TRAMWAYS
llGHOTOIJOTESl
The 'ktIh of
K tIh of
! EDWIN W. IlI'l.I.INOKi:.
(Tnlted I'resa Htaff t'orrcipordent.)
PA I! IS, .May 2. I'artinian busine.su
men, laborers and nhop (-'iil i prefer to
liiie home from work n,id.-t sunshine
and pure air In other words, in oinnl-
buses an!l tru4jiwajs than descend
! Into the kIooiii and foul odors of the
(subways.
i Transportation statii-li'S furnished
the I nlted 1'rcs.s iiy the Tans munici
pal bureaux show thut underground
railways lost 4,ooO.KiO tuutrier3
"Tanlac has made a believer of me,
for I luivf picked up seventeen poiuutu
by taking It." said J. 1'. Altlzer, fit I
Hall siid t. Portland. j
"About two years aijo 1 was taken!
down with erysipelas arid was In bed ,
for over a month. It left me with no
appetite and my stomach was all out ,
or order and 1 began to fall off In j
weight. When I ale anything It would I
sour on my stomac h aJi.-l 1 would bloat ;
all up and wet short of breath. ! was j
troubled a lot with heartburn and di2- !
zinesH. My nerve finally broke down j
and I became so restless th"t 1 could '
hardly sleep. I was Just about all In ,
and ho weak that each mornlnir I '
didn't know whether I could hold out j
through the day or not.
"Well. 1 hadn't been taking Tanlac
four daxs before I f'dt a great relief,
and now I disi't believe I ever felt
better In my life. I eat like a lumber
Jack, am not troubled with nervous
ness or dizziness and sleep like a baby.
1 am back to my normal welaht and,
knowing what I do about Tanlac, I am
more than Klad to tell others about it.
Genuine Cut GIsj
For Gifts
From the very beat cutters comes our
showing of cutglass that we are offermz
for your gift purposes and the desijjii3 are
the verv latest that are nov in popular fa
vor. Whether you want a single piece or a
complete service in glassware you nm get a
larger assortment and better values at Saw-telle's.
-cJewelet?
s
n Penileton
V Ure.
The f.nrsit Dlamon:! Dealers in Kntern Or c-n
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
i Cell-brute Mirlni IWv.-
ft the hiiih school set aside today us , 'during mu alone. A larso propor-
5 The iiuml)er of new customers wlio o
t.l 2
g are going to eonunence trading liere
g Iay Tst is conclusive proof of the su- o
g j)eriority of this store.
A trial will convince. S
The Economy Grocery
113 W. WEim ST.
Phone 409
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Hprlng Day and u profusion of white
dresseg were In evidence. However.
the iluy did not turn out ns planned,
! but the apparel gave an atmosphere
of spring. The high school has a pre
cedent of sejtiiov aside a day eac'i year
1 for spriiiK day.
Iter. Oark Addrenses t'1ni,en.
Rev. flc'orge tlark of the I'resbyje
rlan chiich, visited the school this
morning and gave a talk to the three
biology classes on the subject of Evo
lution. The aubject of evolution has
been taken up very thoroughly In the
1 biology classes and the talk this morn
ing was arranged as a conclusion to
the study. A few weeks ago a debate
'was held on the Interesting aubject.
Ml us Dorothy Flcgel la Instructor In
the course.
Dr. Holme Visit l)r. Otis Holmes
of the First Congregational church of
Walla Walla, was a visitor to the
school this morning and gave a talk
to tho Ftudents. l.'r. Holmes was at
one time chairman of the slate board
of pardons In Oregon. At the assem
bly ribbons for the winners of the La
Orr.nde-Pendleton track meet were
given out. Thoee receiving riblnms
were: Ivan 11 Hue, Dick Earnhart,
Richard Lawrence, Killinm Kramer
Donald Wliiteinan, Laurance Warner,
."yron Warner, John Saundera and
Chas. fnder.
Pay Cash ' Receive More . Fay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Cash Counts
If you are selling goods you will take a little less
for rash such is the case with us. We can afford
to give you from 10 to 25 per cent off on your cash
buying purchases and we do give it. A trial will
soon convince you.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
J)
Outing Equipment
California Folding Camp Stove $4.00
Folding Oven $1.75
Double Folding Canvas Cot $12.75
7xl4' 14 oz. Bed Sheet $8.50
6'xl4' 14 oz. Bed Sheet $7.50
' Mess Kits, Aluminum 75c
Canteens, solid aluminum 75c
Regulation white navy Middy, special $1.50
0. D. Army P.lankeU $5.00
Shoes. Shirts, Breeches
Army S toy Sales CO
Di:i"is
T. It. Lehihan to J. W. White J1750.
Lot 0 In Verts Pleasant View Addition.
V. Kouanzoln to J. St. Wheeler 160i)
Lot 6 in lilock 6 North .Milton.
W. W. Wasser to H. H. Harrington
10. Mete and bound tracts in SW 1-4
Src. 1 Tp. 5. N. It. 35.
8. C. Clotlcr to M. P. F. Hays tl.
fK 1-4 NK 1-4 See. 23. Tp. 3. N. K. St.
M. P. F. Hays to S. C. Clotier $1.
SIC 1-4 XIJ 1-4 Sec. 23, N. It. 34.
C. Swltzler to J. Vey 4M. K 1-2
tion of these Ki.lltc-d to the oimilbusts.
despite the fact thul toe buses churg.-;
hllfher faret.
Surface means of transport are
crowding underground hues Increas
ingly and fteurtily In Pans. I.aat year
6(1,000,000 rode in tramways and
laO,000,000 In cninilitises, as compared
to a total of SCO, 000,000 in tho two
subway tystema, the Metro and the
Nord Sud.
And Paris' remarkable street car
and omnibus lines are ttill behind
what they were before the war. A
number of pre-war routes have not
been replaced, and there Is lack of
cars anil buses on the lines which are
operating.
Officials attribute the popularity of
the buses both to the fact that they
are speedier and more direct and to
the more pleasant conditions of trav
el. There Is no question of better ad
vertising or competition, because all
lines In Paris are owned by the city.
Pares have doubled, both surface
and underground, since the end of the
wur. Subways now charge 30 cen
times for second tickets and CO for
first class. Omnibus fares (short
rides) aveiaire 25 to SO centimes
while tramways range from IS to 2 5
centimes.
Poth street railways and subways
were operated at heavy loss until Jan
uary, 1921, the deficits running from
20 to 40 per cent. Owing' to the
slump of SO per cent in tho price of
coal, however, executives hopes to
make the ledgers nearly balance this
ear.
It would not be accurate, however.
to pretend that surface lines are "nu
. percedini!" undc rcround railways or
threaten the latter with extinction.
Paris has the finest and most ex
tensive surface railway system of any
city in Kurope. It embraces about
200 kilomctcrsof track, as compared
to the subways total of only 112 gilo
meters. The cars are airy and roomy
and there is far less congestion dur
ing busy hours than in most cities of
much less i-ize.
Paris' omnibus system represents a
rente of about ISO kilometers, cover
ed by approximately 1,000 buses.
Tho street railways reach far out
Into the suburbs, while both subways
and omnibuses stop at the city ways.
iy numbered coupons, a'tael.ed in
scrbs on a nearby lnmpost for e;,eh
passoneer to grab n he Heps up
When the bus comes alonr. the con
ductor calls for the lowc-t number
fir:;t, then the next. etc. Then no
body clue Rets on until someone
ahcrhts.
Altl ou;rh no slre-t ears run on tie i
Grande Itoulovarils., Paris' jrreat eei,-1
tral artery, omnibuses by the hundr'd ;
lopib'r from the Madeleine t ) tl e j
Dastile. !
vV, ' ' Jf
HEHESTE'r? S PJLlf
lty. w-icj with I' i ..a kl',t.Vrir
I )'Hk Urr. Bur of rmir W
Dr. Ljnn K. Blakeslee
i CHironlc and Nervou Lt.easea sn
1 Disease of Women. T Kay K!ectti(
Thurapautlca.
Temple I' big.
Room li
SB! 1-1 Kef! 7 Tn . T? S3
Q. Held to E. J. C.reen 1. NV 1-4 lirortant extensions of both the lat
SH i-i Rec ll Tn 1 N H ! i'er, however, are contemplated a:
Hermiston Bank and Trust Co. to A.
U Smalley $1. Lots 1. 2 and 3 In Block
10 original town of Hermiston.
Hermiston Hank and Trust Co. and
O. Held to A. L. Smalley tl. Lot 11.
P.lock 6, oriKinal town of Hermiston.
Hiermlston Hank and Trust Co., to
E. L. Green $1. NW 1-4 SK 1-4 Sec.
4 Tp. 4. X. U. 28.
F. .Miles tct S. W. Miles 10. Begin
ning at the NW corner of SW 1-4 SE
1-4 XW 1-4 Sec. 14, Tp. 4, X. R. 28,
running cast 250 feet, north 360 feet
west 2!i0 feet, south 360 feet.
10. K. Meers to V. A. Meers, 1. Lots
1 and 2 Hlnck SO, Itcservation Addi
tion, Pendleton.
soon as the dismantling of the fortifi
cations is completed. This will open
up new sections for flat-building pur
poses, and relieve the apartment f ani
line.
Parisian omnibuses are one rtory.
In appearance they are a cross be
tween a street car and an old-fashioned
prairie schooner. Tho compart
ment Is divided Into flrrt and second
class sections, the former belnk equip
ped with upholstered leather seals.
They stop at pre-arranged r-toppin?:
points. During rush hours passengers
are required to lino up in advance, the
first to arrive being the firs'- on. The
question of who came first In nettled
TCO LATE TO CLASSIFY
ROOMS FIR RENT 407 W. Altri.
FOR KENT Modern Furnished house
phone lfiti.
MAN A Xli WIFE want work on ranch
Phone 634 -W.
LOST A 7 jewel Walton watch
Please return to 1012 Enst Webb St.
end receive reward. Will Identify
i watch.
Boy Mayor
513 Main
Phone SGI
muimiiiiiiiiimmiiiuMMiiiiimuimiiiu
j Free
Band
Concert
At the High School
I Auditorium I
WEDNESDAY,
4 O'clock
By Kuhlcd Temple No.
j! 170 I). 0. K. K. Band.
A high class band con-
cert to which the public
is cordially invited.
Timmiiiimimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiu
A 1
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1
It
Sam Rudolph, 22, Is the your gen
mayor In the United States, lie
rules in C'ppcr Dnrby Township,
1., und was ejected by a board of
commissioners. Ilia talary Is $3000
a year Ile a "(lend for work"
put tu U)i hour and like U.
r ... ' ' 1 . .'V,"J
rf4 xPo
ti 7y"(jgr'-k--lcJ
'I MAGNETOS j
; GENERATORS
X ELECTRIC STARTERS
i X Or sny part of the electric
j system on your car overhauled
' j and repaired. Satisfaction guar-
X anteed.
j HARRY H. GRAHAM.
I X Willard Service Station,
i Fendelton, Ore.
X Phone 684. LIT"' GO!
Pbone 411
Plioi.e 210-W
P. O. Box S3.'
Thone
607
Hours
9 a. m. to 5 p. tn.
DR. OIBIART
Mudern Dentistry
In AH Rranchea.
I Silk
n
ft Tf'Mm
is i 'vw, a a .1". air
TiiE LARGEST CHAIN DEPARTMENT
'nTORE CRGAWZATI0N IN THE WORLD
it ess Sensation!
An Event Extraordinary!
D
Lovely Spring Frocks of
TAFFETAS
GEORGETTES
CREPE DE CHINES
MIGNONETTES
Beauty Charm Utility
A SPECIAL PURCHASE Direct
from New York Manufactur
ers for cash, for our 312 Depart
ment Stores, at Remarkable
Price Concessions, which make it
possible for us to offer them to
you at these
Exceptionally Low Prices
Values Unapproached for
Qualities Offered
NEW STYLES-LIGHT AND
DARK COLORS
Priced according to quality
812.50, $14.75
A WONDERFUL Opportunity for you to buy one
or more of these Captivating Silk Frocks for 7ess
than retailers would ordinarily pay for them. Take
advantage of this extraordinary offer. It means a
distinct saving for you. We expect them to go in a
hurry at these exceptionally Low Prices.
BUYING
MOST
' WE
LESS
SELLING
MOST
WE
MPS
BUY (f :SyiWi1 C----- ' Inrporuied SELL
OK VESj&? .;JXi 11 9 r)FPARTMFNT STDTlFf?
Opposite Hotel Pendleton Pendleton, Ore.
rw; rw Irit LAKljLo 1 ItlAIN UtrAKimtni
lS 5-Jr STORE ORGANIZATION IN THE WORI n