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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 6, 19J51
TWELVE PAGES -
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
IneluJing Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
I Hails dominat. ,1 more than a scoia
Itolmnilnn of 4 "redd
btvn in Ikt i:t of Hi..- (.-sues ninm advances ot
.M. .n.K. .m.iv ",.-- A. 1M - or... t.. rluh.lv more than 111 roe !.int
Mori, K.I.-K vest. May were l.;.M.. t 1 ,, ,, ,,, ,,,1,1111 use,
' "" '''("I f ny session n any of the h ,v grade or reorganize.
11mm vcur. Tic .0 tiv iiy w.i a, cmpaii- .,.,,t,rK f ,iio w.siern and reilh
Uii by gross ,,( one lo (no points ..i n di Isioiw.
111 i,-arl run iit..ii.T. Si, , Is .m,l r.u!vv.,v ...ni).ment de
Among in, hi. hi., win, I, ;.,r!,.r.,t,.. ...i.liii.-r.r.l Uimii from the Vim
til.' mhall.c ,V., Hi,. ..pi,,,,,,,,.,- II, M ,,, S;1i,.N S!,... iv;li,. out. Steel Colli
of Govern,.,- Hauling of tin- l.d.i.il n, . ,ls ),,., a,,i,., pearly a,)
"wni' '' '"' . onc-irrent ,, , , ostord.iv's m,.mmm, la
on. not, 01 11, in I r. discount rale i..r hls vv..s shafod later. 1i,i,.iwoiii,.
' " ' I'1"' ''"" in I ho indep, udent stc-ls was 11101
Centrally Jntrrrrctril cs proof cf the substantial.
i...... .,..1 01 c.,.ii,s, ilu- chief , .-'h,,its . idomlv deemed it advisable
.....,. 1.1 improvement la ir.ui.' and tl. 1 n , 1 . their p,.si:U.n ia ati.l
i.uiusuy for 1,. .n:h-. .iot,.i m the ..'aim. onfoicd pro.',-
NEW WAY TO TRAIN DANCERS.
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Vy ercis nc: Willi (l is I.:,
j hy hol'i to (U v.'li ) a pair
t-tCiStis jjHlji.ai in 1-y the luio
J ball m thf sole of her foot. Miss Janp! Miir
f prof ioi, nit dancing tvel. That's one of the ex
il of CasU school. Tan ytoivn-. n-H:ii!sr n. N". Y.
THE UNFOLDING OF NUN
The laliy. the r'rlil. tlic Imy. tlie yo.iih. the man , thp
mdilio n'il. til. 5 !!. Ilu uw th.- iirinii Mi-i- in
ilu- iiufi.liliiiK i.t man. 'in his frlicu'ar way, !.
i-l(?);ji'i ami colMna li s on 1 " 11! ar.tio, 111 !il Iho
Srt'in i'l l '.. Ttirif ts tl.on always u story fall of
'M-ri'r h-i 1 holilinr a !i-m 11. It Is the I.KM-.ON'
(JT Tillill T ami i-:.iriianis yo.i. n',: liaM- il:s:rtil
!!. i'i woi-'k:, U eti n-iin u- and almu- all To SAVK.
IT 1 Joe 000 "l.
Hie Amerfcanfeffonal Bank
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y rencieion, ureon.
w " 0sv-tf-tsc t 73 sink" in fcnQf&m Crtrionm
I-TT1Tim-Tniii I Will lllllllIM 111 Mil li I III II liMII I IHl HI 1 lllinir j
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An Alaska Ftar refrigerator is .k'cidedly an econ
diry. It pays for itself in the food it paves. This is
true in wmur a. well as summer, for there ia no
ilnK'd reason on food spoilage.
The Alaska Star Reli iterator provides chili dry
air ki'Pns fnd clean, wholesome, fresfi.
Put this economy in your kitchen and make sure
it is an Alaska Star. A large assortment of conven
ANY SUIT CASE IN Ob'R WINDOW, $2.00
Cruikshonk & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Your Old runiiliire Takfn in Eii'lmngr ax I'arl raiiiclil n Xin
l.xliisiM. AfiiiU In I'tiulliiini fur Armliix (No liii) J'onli
niiro a.coiintivi for tin. strength of
Khippinss, loathiM-s, i hoinii-als and
io.hI issues, wlioi'i' loss man l lal (jams
V I'l l' IVjtistiM'l'il.
Tlit usual iiuasular cuhIHIihis r'ali'd
n thi' inonoy nmiki't. call loans hol,l
ns firm on tli , i'hall.i!i' at ( 'a pol
'out, with free offerings in the open
nai kot at 6 an,! r. li'i- rent. Kx
'ii.ine,' on l.oiulon was barely steady,
ait Fi'i-ncli. Mi'lsian. init. li ami Italian
atrs .'omimual to siretijitlu'ii. even the
ieiinan lenilttanie (.lio.vini; slitilit ini
irovenicnt. Kails featured the bund lil, contru
(iti!'le issues ei'.haiu'inii' yt'sterday'i
Oiins. Imern.itiniials also hardened
Inn liberty homls made only trifllnj
tains or losi es. Total sales, par value,
J 1 1 .lil'O.iMlll.
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I I II II I I .1 MM I .111111 Mill
lii;uiu UMI U VUIII1U
I uonipl, v in, in Minus
linTeasi n ti i tic April
V ASH!Ni;Ti.. May 6. (A. P.)
1"ih niployinent Increased fmir-ttiths
of one per cent il urine April, acoordinx
in figures made pnhllc last nislit by
Hie department of labor.
A decrease of ;n.T workers from
the pa rolls of 1:124 firths in tij princi
pal iiuiifsiiial centers, normally eni
ployins a total of l.iiaa.iluil, was
shown.. Since January these firms
have let out almost .iO.Onn employes,
or '2 . per cent.
The Pacific coast, the statement
said, losi sronnd, inactivity in ship
I'liildinv: and luinnerinir accounting for
much of the reduction, in the iron
and steel industries there was a de
crease of iniploymcnt of 3ll.nii3. or
,. per rent, but automobile manufac-
""in.-, wncn snoweu tne nn;i:est sain
in employment added, 331, IKS work
ers, an increase of 2- 3 per cent.
Automobiles, leather, textiles and
liquors, the four industries fhowiiiR re
coveries, took on 4 J,i53S workers.
Anions the cities reporting largest
decreases in employment were Port
1 and. dr.. Hi. 7 per cent: Seattle lti.lj
per cent; dmaha 'll.S, and San Fran
v Hies reporiiiv- increases in employ-
no 111 inciuoe m-iiver 44.11 per cent nail
. ..,-0, on .10. nil. 'in M..s no:e. lor ,1...... 1, .
XT ... . 1 . t.,iiL,i n ,-i.eeiai.i
Montana. Idaho. Uyr.min, Colorado, j I'MAI'IXK, May 6.-O11 Friday aft
.M'W Mexico I tan. Arizona and Ne-Umoon. Vincent hiKh school base bull
" 01. i si i-iuisnnes's cnaracterized 1
ime inuii'.n.s in Washmston, Dre-
A Real Breakfast
One of the most appetizing meals of the day is the
morning meal. To make it n rounding success, a
real pleasure to the family, its preparation should
be from light, yet substantial foods, easily digested,
yet imparting sufficient energy to the body to main
tain health and vigor for the day's work.
KERR'S BREAKFAST FOODS (Kerr's Oats,
Pancake Flour and Wheat Flakes) will make your
breakfast a success.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188
739 Main Street
on and California.
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, at.'r team at Pniaplne the score be-
Ad'.crso CntiditHin KeMiHs
( iris' heat ;alns
CIlTCAlld. May ft. (A. p.)
i.pnarii swinss yesterday in the pri
oi wheat resulted, larirely from ad
verse reports of crop conditions in the
southw.'st. The market closed strong.
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' I!1,.' net
ins 16-6. The heme boys were not in
I their usual form and many costly er-
rors scored asainst them. Hooters
j were many at the same from both
On Thursday evening the .Mclaiush
lin hiKh school ilramaiic club gave
their play Cousin Jc s:ah" at the
t'manine hall. 'I h. t.io.'M.'.iu u'..rM ,n.
holier, with Mayvided lutween the two schools after
and July $1.14 to I exnenseu !..!.- ...,t n'V... i
was nliout a sixty dollar one.
Kev. McAffe Wilson is located nt
I'.oudow die., according to Mis. Wil
son who wroie her parents Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Philippi at this plane,
lioudmv is a coast town of about 3ou
Kvery one is tonkin forward to a won
On Saturday evening the fifith
grade. was enteitained by the sixth
Krade at it party Kiven at the home of
! Miss Pauline P.eck. The youtntsters
! t njoyed the names and refreshments
which were served.
Jack Harkness who was arrested In
a raid fur moonshine on Friday niiiht
appears before Justice Lanslev Frldav
inoriiinu for trial. He is nut on bonii.
Deputy Sheriffs riidsnvuy and Turner
conducted the raid.
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
The Sign o
.JP(; ' . ' and other Dealfi
S 1-44 '
corn L'ai.'ied 7-Sc to I S.Sr outs
1 3-Sc to 2 .-S .and provisions l.'c to
A leading crop expert reported
there was evidi nc if notable deter
ioration in the -wheat fields in the
southwest and that the -rental decline
in conditions would be manifest when
the wh-.-tt plant heads. liefore this
news was received, the market had a
downward slant, bet persistent buy
ing by strong commission houses en
sued, and with export demand appar
ent both for wheat and rye the ad
vance were rapid. Incidentally bulls
put considerable stress on the stimulus
.Much it was contended should result
fn.m the lowerirg of rediscount rates
at federal reserve banks.
rrn and mih ascended w;ith wheat.
The rise was helped by export sales
cf corn. Iowa and Oklahoma, advices
told of o.-unaye to oats.
Provisions wi re lifted hy the prpin
Hilge aJ'hoiich depressed at first by
weakness in huffs.
I (Fast Oresoniun Special.)
f"l.l MHi, AI-iy P.. .Spraying for
I I be coddling moth hai l emm ami fruit
j nien are busy The Kreen tiphia ia no
Itireaale th s year and spraying ia he
jiiiK don- for that also. The pest Is
i uiI-iiik its ai pearance on vecelables
The Presbyterian Ladles Aid met j a a Weil as rises and shrubs,
with Mrs. .Morrison on Thursday aad J A calf club for hoys and girls was
accomplished much work." on this I "r; anizel last week by Fred iiennion.
Thursday they will again meet at the j empty af,ri ultural .iKnit, In which
same place for mure work. j Dorothy Priggs who won second prize
on Friday evening .May 13th the:f"l stock judging at the state fair in
first and second grades of the I'raa- I Salem 'Inst year, was chosen president
pine school -wilt entertain the com- ' and Tallica Kali, vice president. With
m unity with a concert. There will be i inch enthusiastic officers and sn,,.l
wurkeia chances are tn.it more prizes j
will be won by iki- calf club this vear I
IliK I!i ml W heat
Crop in ;ixsl Wiaix1.
SPOKANK, M;iy 6. (A. P.)-Pros-peets
for a bumper weiat crop in the
V-iiZ J'enii country are better than in
any spring of the last seven years ac
cording to directors of the Washing
ton Wheat i iron-era" Association, rep
resenting the counties of Douglas
Orant. Lincoln, Adams and Franklin.
Winter wheat acreage is estimated to
1 e increased .-,,) ,,or t thp
spring grain is slow-, due to backward
weather. .More moisture and less frost
ilanrtfue than for several years
il ! 1
C'ocm- d'"Alcnos Ind,.
Hig Prof is in 20.
S'POKA.XK. .May ft. A. p
left mining companies in the
d Ab-nes of .Vni'thern Idaho
pre, its in i:o'l lowirly double those of
llipi. aecor ling t,, offieial reports filed
today with the county assessor of
Shoshone county. Idaho. Total prof
its, exclusive of the Hunker Hill, which
,t i b.-I.eved will approximate J2r,u,l
'bin. are reported to be J 3. T3T..7 66
inaliing a total prof t for the district
f f6,"2.1.-,.7C6 for the year. The ma'
t- 'el was ::. 27.1,1 23.
I ioik dancing, uramatization, ames.
songs etc., and the program promises
to be exceptionally good. The pro
ceeds will be used for a Victiola anil
books and the Mice of admission Is
put at 25 and 50 cents. i;veiyone is
invited. Mrs. McDanicl and ..Mrs,
Stockton are the teachers of the.
On Friday evening the dangers
I gave a private dance in the hall. A
I large crowd was out and enjoyed the
! evening. Refreshments were served
j at twelve.
Carl Bean haa rented the pool hall
from Claude Heals.
Mr. and lira. Fred Rennion of Pen
dleton were guests Monday at the
home of Mr. and Airs. Dan J. Kirk.
They also visited the fichool in connec
tion w ith the Hoys and Girl's Club.
Hoy Records and Claude Heals have
been elected delegates to Grand Uidge
which convenes at Albany this month.
They are delegates from the I'mapino
bidge. Lane Homi has been elected
On Saturday afternoon, Pansy Wil
son entertained her Sunday school
class at a picinc over on the creek on
the r. o. Sounders ranch. They all
had n good time and a fine dinner.
The Vincent school Is planning and
working on a May Pageant -which will
be given the last day of school. May 26
bv nil the pupils from the lowest gradft
to the highest. F'dk dances, and hum
orous .'.Ketches of interest will he given
at this event. No pains are being
spared to make it the crowning attrac
tion of the ent're y,ar and Goodman's
Grove, on the old Historic Hudson Pay
lanrh has been chosen as the site.
Kcrsting wire dinner guests at the
home of Mrs. George lt, blow Sunday. I
Many friends and neighbors regret I
the accident which befell ihe young-i
est son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Held
last week. In alighting from the j
school bus he slipped and fell, ihe ve
hicle passing over one of his limbs, !
crushing It badly. It is hoped the ac-1
cident will not Inconvenience him
greatly and ho will soon be in school -
Mrs. Susio Hoyea will spend the
week end at the home of tier niece.
Mis. Walter Pleasing of Hcrmiston.
Mr. and .Mrs. Gus Under and .Mrs.
Susie Hoyea made a round trip to Pen
Hoy Challia anil wile and Mr. Henry
Summers, wife and baby, visited the
coiintv seat Saturdav.
"'I don't see hmv you allow your rook
to abuse your husban.1 that wny." com
mentnl a caller as an angry female
voice resounded through the house.
"oh. he dosen't mind It," answered
the hostess. "Von see. he's a baseball
umpire and he isn't working to-day
anil I was afraid he wouldn't nppre.
ciate his afternoon off."
l.ti.' l-irl t..r.. I.-. Mm
.'chool alien lance . on- .,rs. n,.ls. p,-,,-,,,.,, Salunlav' of last
: woiked out by mother' i v
,.it . ooiiooia .-.uuiiuy scnoo). The'
b'Hders of the two sides in the contest !
re l,iun Pt.ipos and Gladus Whit
set,. Ti.c side failing to secure the
largest attendance for two Sundays
serves a picnic dinner the Fourth of
July. The girls have received many
promises and it is expected there will
he many out to the cnurch
e.K-h Sunday for the future.
Charles Webber, employe i" the ex
periment farm, was in Columbia
Tuesday and Wednesday irrigating the
alfalfa checks on the different farms
he nas taken over for the summer,
aisi ta mng camples of the soil for
exper.menlal purposes. A rc-enrd of
the amount of water used and the
amount of hay produced will be made,
the same as has been done in the past
at the government station, to detcr
mltie the r.mount of moisture neces
sary to he applied to the soil. Young
..eiiner nas completed a four year
j course at O. A C. and seems well
-j v. i-si d In soil fertility. t
At ihe track meet In llermiston
Saturday Columbia pupils carried
, away some of the honors. Martle
jilannon. winning first in hall throw
,ing. Gertrude Hall and Wllma Wau
ganan winning second. ' HerbertJlr.il,
j Columbia resident attending Hermls
ton Hitili school, won first prize In sev
eral entries and Claude Maddux win
ning second. Many parenls attended
ine meet and took great interest In
toe spot t.
.Mr. Wm. McQueen and .Miss Clare
The Neighborhood club will meet at
the home of Mrs. August Under,
H ednesday, May nth, east of the Krie
Oregon fruit farm. It Is desired that
there be a large ntlendance.
A searchlight, sixty Inches 111 diam-
bervices eter, will be Installed on Mount Tam-
alpi.it, near San Francisco, to Illumi
nate an "amusement park on the moun
tain. The ravs of the senrchligbt will
pic,( up a baltleship twelve mile;! ut
sea and is five hundred tlnii-s strong.
er than n locomotive headlight.
For Coated Tongue
Bad Breath, Sour Stomach,
Bloating, Gai, Biliouincis, Sick Head
ache, Indigestion, Comtipalion, lake
the always reliable
FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS
They dear the boweli, weetcn the lorn
cb and lone up the liver. Do ool gripe.
J E Colver, 103 Libor Temple, LoeAncelee,
Cal - "Alter 56 yean' etpentnc with alt torn
and klndi of cathartic remrdiea, I got wlte lu
folar Cathartic Tableta, aud ihy are lb be I
Sim nnd Wind r.rlng om i'gly Spoln.
How In Itrinoic Fnslly
Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remedy for freckles with the
guarantee of a reliable concern that It
will not cost you a penny unless It
removes the freckles: while If It does
give you a clear complexion the ex
pense Is trifling.
Simply get nn ounce of Othlne
double strength from any druggist
and :i few application should show
you hmv easy It la to rid yourself of
the homely freckles and get a beauti
ful complexion. Harely Is more than
one ounce needed for the worst cane.
He sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othlne us this
strength la sold under guarantee of
money back If It fails to remove,
t a. ni. to 6 p. m.
In All Itrahclica.
First Picture Goldman and Berkman
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This is the hist picture to arrive in ine I niteu States sboAing the acllvitlea of linma Gold,..n n
and Al- xandir Heikman CI in Jiussia. They huv Ucil aidii.t' iu piopasaniU woik fur the soviet koveiiimeni.
ani uiv khuwn hem ul a coa.ii.uiiiit nieetuitf. j
Makes Car Dividends'
Think of an automo
bile as a productive in
stitution not merely an
expense. You buy a car
because it will render
certain valuable ser
vices. It nays dividends
in contentment, recrea
tion, quick transporta
tion. Car performance is
more important than
model or name. Car
upon the dealer who
sells the car.
Oregon Motor Garage
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET