' I PAGE mi DAILY EAST ORECONTAN, PEtTDLETON, OltECON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1021. TEN PAGES People Here and There ' . ; j .J Villa McDonald of Walla Wulln. wan hero Sunday vlslling. II, J. Allen of Yakima won here yi-.-.torUuy us the gueHl of friends. Young Hilly llhodcs, six year old son of Mr. and Mm. W. A. Khodcs of this city, recently ucted us publicity ugont for l'endleton diii'lnic a visit to Hitttc, Montana. Tlio youngster, while In I he business district of the city. succeeded In losing his part-ills. A policeman flnully noticed Hilly and upon asking lilm hi niiino wax. In formed that IiIh home won In rendlo ton, that he attended Lincoln school mid thut tho llound-l'i) was "sure some nhow." At thlM mouii'iit Mr. und Mrs. Ithodi'H uppeatcd on ,tho scene and their Hon Informed them that "Thin policeman bus been looking ven where for you." Tho Ithodes family are on u motor tour to Minneapolis. Association iiHklng nliout tho dntca for tho rodeo. Undoubtedly ho mcunH the Kound-l'p. Ho Im at present visiting In Huffulo. "Your information will nave mo u, lot of trouble, I guess," he writes. F. M. Lnckwood. whose homo In In Walla, Walla, In here looking after his fanning Interests. Ho owns a ureal deal of wheat and farm lands. , Lawrence K. Williams, who halls from Oklahoma und writes It "you all," lias twltten to the- Commercial lift Opium Outfit. 'IVn tilm.H of vnrlmlM stiles und hI'im opium pills und tho raw ingredient i nut. ure umrii 111 inu fiiunuiacLui o 01 the Hiiioktng mulcriuh) were seized 14n t ilriln V lilirlit U'lien mfmhem rif thn sheriff's force raided a Chinese liouiic at 7 I'll uarden street and arrested four Chinamen. The place ban been under observation for a number of weeks. The men arrested were jailed. NONE BETTER Foley's Honey and Tar is an old reliable tamily medi cine for the relief of cold, cough, pumodic croup, tickling throat, hoarie acu, whooping cough, bronchial cough and Ibe croup that lingers aflcr the "flu." Made oi clean, arholetome and taatelul pine tar and demulcent hooey oi the I aivca. wmiuu nu upisica. Mn. Era M. Cnnrca, M Howard It., Knr laadoa, Conn. wrttaa thu: "Whan 1 fi a rala eomiria at I to right ta taaiaf Talay'i Uoaay an Tif. X hava ua4 it lor a atuubar f tail asd aiwl vita (4 iwultt." Dixit a little rariiihig. H. c. Noble Is here visiting from Xoblcsford, Alberta. Mr. Noble farms to a certain extent in the Canadian country. He has one farm that em braces a township. Another garden patch consists of ten sections, and ho has various other (daces where ho grows wheal. When the land was broken out of tho prairie nod he used ten al-aui engines, u flock of gun tractors besides a few teams. He keep a fully equipped machine shop on the ranch, and the repair work keeps the employes stepping lively. He Is very enthusiastic about pros pects. T. C. Mllncs, whose specialty Is livestock. Is here with Mr. Noble. He is from Claresholm. Villon Sen Ives for Slimmer. I'nlon services, probably out-of-doors, will be held during July und August by Pendleton churches, ac cording to a decision readied this morning of the l'endleton .Ministerial Association. The out door services were a greut success lust summer and the ministers hope to make the com ing season Just as successful. The baccalaureate service, to 1e held May V) at the Melhodlst church for thi members of graduating rlass of I he l'endleton high school, will also he a union service. Hov. George h. i'lurk, pastor of the I'resbylerlan church Is to preach. Tho minister, met with J. J. llansaker, state Armeni an Itelief chairman and endorsed May 25 as the dale for a "liundlc Day" In Pendleton. At this time clothes for the Armenians will be collected. Kllleil Ixcr, Charge. ISen Short und Glenn Kmwlck ol I'llot Hock, were arrested by W. H. A I bee, deputy game warden, on u charge of killing a deer. To Quiet Title. Knit against Simeon Kilgore and others to compel them to show the ex tent of Interest In real estate has been brought In circuit court by K. D. Durn ing. The plaintiff la represented by Fee & Fee. rotate Admitted to I'robuU;. The estate of the late Dora M. Hall has been admitted to probate, and Judge J. M. Hehanpep has appointed L'mory 8. Io(sdon executor. The es tate Is represented by Karl M. Hennon of Walla Walla. StM'S Oil Account. The sum of (482.73, alleged to be due on a lumber account is sought in an anion brought by the Inland Em pire Lumber Co. against Avery H. Graham, ijtephen A. Lowell is the plaintiff's attorney. Seeks I'vori, Ah'imlnnmplit is the IiiisIh fif an tic thin fir flivnree lirnlicht in circuit court by Hebecca Zcnor against Frank -L-iiiir. i np pair iiiki riea uvi ernuer 1.1, 1 V 1 3, The plaintiff charges that her husband left her in March, 1920. J. ti. I'erry is attorney for the plaintiff. Pay Cash Receive More Pay Legs Despain&Lee Cash Grocery 209 E. Court Phone 880 PALMOLIVE SOAP SPECIAL TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 14 BARS $1.00 PayCash Receive More " Pay Less Despain&Lee Cash Grocery 209 E. Court Phone 880 SuhOii I jilxir Account. A balance of (100, alleged to be due and unpaid for labor performed in cut ting and piling wood for the defend ants Is the cause of the suit of Serger gren and Justus ugalnst M. T. Burnett and others. The plaintiffs allege that they cut wood for 3S days for the de fendants and that the 1300 due has been only partially settled. One hun dred and fifty dollars is sought In the action which Is brought by Fee & Fee. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR KENT 3 room apt. No chil dren J 12 Garfield, evenings. I.OHT Wntch and fob, Inside word ing, Mother to Susan. Ixave at this office. FOll II EXT Apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Phone 210-W, P. 0. Box ir.l. LADY with one Thlld wants job as housekeeper in widowers family. Addrcrs "27" this office. Notice Work In first rank Knight Pythias tonight. Important business. H. R. MANGOLD, C. C. Notk Hrglnnlng tomorrow. May 17th., the 1.ri cent taxi faro will be reduced to 25 cents. FARKER TAXI CO. PANCAKES In a Jiffy item Kerr's Pancake Flour. Wheat Growers Mass Meetin THURSDAY, MAY 19 Pendleton Public Libraiy 2 p. in. Pilot Rock 8 p. m. Helix, 2 p.. in. Wc5lon2p. m. FRIDAY, MAY 20 SATURDAY, MAY 21 Athena 8 p. m. Milton, 8 p. m. Detailed explanation of the Oregon Co-operative Grain Growers' plan of marketing wheat, and our connection with the newly formed National associ ation, the United States Grain Growers, Incorporated, will be explained in detail to Umatilla county wheat growers by Mr. Geo. C. Jewctt, Vice President of the United States Grain Growers, Incorporated. Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana wheat growers decided within the last week to follow this plan. 1200 Oregon growers have signed 4,000,000 bushels of wheat for marketing under this plan within the last three months. 8500 growers in the northwest have signed fore than 28,000,000 bushels. Oncratinir in eoniunction with United States Grain Growers, the Oregon Co-operative Grain Growers Association will obtain for the grower large ben efits from the Finance and Export Corporation of the National Association. .xpori Come out and hear it explained, i-' Watch this space for future announcements. NEWS NOTES OF PENDLETON Oct Mania gc licence. A license to wed was Issued today at the office of the county clerk to Ixtvid Allen lie 11 and Virginia Russell, lioth parties ure from Athena. Taxi I'll re Reduced Reduction of tho taxi fare from ST. cents to tho old price, ':, cents, was announced Saturday by William tloe deck?, of the Uoedeeke Taxi Co. states that a decrease In the price of crude oil, gasoline and tires makes the change possible, and says thHt If gaso line tHkes another drop, he will sell books which will enable patrons to get a slight reduction on the 23 cunt rate. FOR TEN YEARS Had Awful Dizzy Spell A Results of Indigestion Is Well Man Now. Cohen Haii(iict TucMlay. Knxervallons are being made for the banquet for Leon Cohen which will bo held tomoi row evening ut the l'rench cafe at 7:30 o'clock. Klfty friends of Mr. Cohen have already asked that places be reserved for them. Cithers who will want places arc requested to make their ticket wants known at the office of the Commercial Association at the earliest possible moment. iloixvr Is Deud James It. Hloan, aged 87, a resident of Oregon since 1 ST. 3, and who has lived In this city for the past 12 years with his brother, II. M. Hloan, died this morning after a long illnces. Mr. .Sloan was born April 4, 1S3 4, In Moun tain county, Indiana, crossing the plains fo Oregon by ox team. He set tled first In the Willamette valley, lle sldcs the local man, he is survived by a second brother, John M. Sloan of Ivone Hock, Gilliam county. WiMKleraft I'mtot Jiil-restH. lxal members of the Neighbors of Woodcraft are evincing interest In the probe of the order which has for Its purpose the establishment of the or ganization on a firmer basis as to its actuary features. Insurance Com missioners liarber and 1'ishback of Oregon and Washington recently con ducted a hearing and Investigation of the order in Portland and it is declar ed that while the order is solvent now. its constitution must be revined and brought up to date to avert future dif ficulty in payment of death claims. It is reported that Mrs. C. C. Van Ors dall, grand guardian, and Mrs. Bertha Humner Icuch, grand banker, have had Hcveral clashes regarding the healing. Mrs. Van Or.sdall, who is a former rendletou woman, collapsed after the hearing and would make no public statement. "After suffering for ten years with out finding ony thing that would do me any good, Tanlac has restored my health entirely and I have gained ten pounds In weight since taking it." said Charles F. Itoss, of 1111 JCst Thirty third street, North, Cortland. 'Tor all these years my stomach has given me trouble, and often I was bothered with rheumatism In my Joints, ily appetite was very poor and my stomach was h easily upset that I had to be very careful about what I ate or I would be In misery for hours afterward. The rheumatism In my joints pained me so bad at times 1 could hardly stand it, and sometimes 1 could I had terrible fainting spells and would fall unconscious. I had no energy, felt tired and worn out all the time and when I began taking Tanlac was in a badly run-down, weakened condition. "After taking the first bottle of Tanlac I began to feel stronger and better than I had In years, and a.i I continued taking it my Improvement I was so great that in a short while I ! was a well man. I now have a splendid appetite, eat anything I want and nev er, have any trouble afterwards. I am entirely free of rheumatism and have not had one of those terrible fainting spells since I started taking Tanlac. 1 never have that tired, worn out feel ing and am always ready for my work, which I can do -without a particle of trouble. In fact, since taking Tanlac I feel just like a different person and it Is a real pleasure for me to recom mend it to others." ttapU-lM Hold Meeting. The Umatilla County Paptists' As sociation held a conference on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Freewatcr, with about 200 delegates present from all jiarts of the county. Rev. J. C. Topping of Tokio, gave interesting and helpful addresses on the work in Japan. Hev. J. C. Austin gave an 11 lusliated lecture on the needs of the v-i k and Hev. O. C. Wright. L. U. of Portland preached two sermons on the broader work of the denomination. It was announced that the Baptists of the state have bought thirteen acres of land and two large buildings contain 'ng 100 bedrooms and two laige lec ture halls a mile from Columbia City. Tne new purchase will be used for holding conventions and the next state meeting will be held there. Kev. W. "I. Cox, local pastor, was chosen a menil or of the board, and Rev. Ijith er was made moderator. Among the i'cii.1ieton people who attended the meeting were Rev. and Hrs. Cox, Mn E. faltezore. Miss Thelma Chil- dreth. Mr. Spooner, Mr. and Mrs. Will Penlard, Mrs. Leonard Nicholls, W. W. Ilnrrah, Forrest Harrah. Sir. and Mrs. Claude I'enland, II. V. Morris ar.d Call McGinn is. Steps Taken so Far in Economy Campaign Include Three Very Definite Orders. WASHINGTON", May IS. (Ray mond Clapper, 1". 1. Staff Corre spondent.) President Harding s ad ministration's drive to force hnusehob! expenses back to normal is in full swing. Steps taken thus far in the economy campaign are: 1 Instructions to the cabinet mem bers they must stop the practice of overstepping congressional appropria tions. 2 The appointment of Walter F. j Urown to represent the president in mapping out the reorganization oi ex ecutive departments on an economy basis. 3 Ordering a survey of wasteful practices In leasing private buildings for government use. N JURORS JUflO TI A sharp advance over the Saturday price ts noted In today's report from the Chicago grain market. May wheat closing at J1.40 und July at SI. 15 1-4. On Saturday May wheat closed at SI. 43 1-2 and July at $1.15 1-2. Following are the quotations re ceived by Uvcrbcck & Cooke, local brokers: Wheat. Open High Lrw Close Ipen. High. Low. Close. May i 1.43 SI. 484 SI. 43 fl.U July l.lo'i 1.16. 1.1 4 ti l.loli During the last year postal robberies totaled more than six million dollars of which three and one-half million dollars has been recovered. CHICAGO, May 16. (U. P.) The date of the trial of Mrs. Cora Orhwein, pretty affinity slayer, charged with killing Herbert C. Zeigler, Go3year Tire and Rubber Co. executive, will be set today. Mrs. Orthwein is to appear In court in company with her attorney, Bon Short, The defendant, who is charged with manslaughter, was well known in Chicago's night life before the tragedy. Her luxurious apartment on the "Gold Coast" was the frequent scenes of many gay parties. ( Following the death of Ziegler. Mrs. Orthwein told police, "I loved Herb, and 1 killed him." . She will ask freedom on the grounds of self-defense, claiming that Zeigler, in a drunken frenzy,' broke into her apartment after she left him at a di'in.iing party in a cabaret. ' The suite charged she killed Ziegler after he told her that he was going back to his family and give up his old life. Prosecuting Attorney Heth announc ed that he will attempt to get a wom an jury to try Mrs. Orthwein. "Men jiuies always acquit affinity slayers," said Heth. "I am anxious to see what the reaction of a woman jury would be." Armless Boy Wins Art Prize l U est If W t-w'''"'ll ,- I lt Diamonds for the graduates There receiving The gil ls a genuine pleasure In giving as well u diamond. .or knows that the diamond expreisc the 'VrnZ that Its value and beauty will endure forever. A Jiamond ring for the girl graduate. A scarf pin or cuff links for the boy. The best always comes from , ., -rjewelery Pendleton Ure. The Largest Diamond Dculcra In KuMcra Orrm ill -1 SERIES OF ADDRESSES OHKGOX AGRICULTCRAL COL LKGE, Corvallis, May 16. Dr. Steph en H. . Penrose president of hit man coflege, has accepted an invita tion to deliver a series of special ad dresses at the summer session of the Oregon Agricultural college during the annual session of the hnoa ot Oregon which the Presbyterian church is holding this year at the college from July 12 to 19. President Pen rose will give lectures on pragmatism and Christianity and on other sub jects, literary and philosophical. . Other special lectures inciuoe nen- n- Ijiwrence Kouthwick. I r-ident tif Kmerson College of nrato.y. t "-t"u: r. Caroline O. Hedi'f r or I a if , e be ll director of t'e Klizabcth Mc- Cormick memorial fund of Chicago, who was In charge of child welfax. work In Belgium during the war; Professor Thomaa O. Trueblood. head of the public speaking department at .. .-. . i... It lltlirnn who Will i tne 'university i . . . ' -i,.i- iir Horace A. give cramaiiu ifr..w., - Katon, head of the department of English at Syracuse University; ajd Miss Julfa Marshall Raines of the Cleveland School of Art. The number of Inquiries received at the directors office this year are al most double the number received last year and the indications are lor an unusually large registration. The completed bulletin to be issued thia week will list 125 different courses and show a resident faculty of S3. COXSTABLi: MAY ltrvCOVKIt GREENFIELD, Ind.. May 1. (U. PjConstable Charles Nye tried to est. h the speeder as they whtaed through by grabbing extra tirof on the rear of an auto, it i in ugi will recover. ' A7ro) win! after Every Meal" ii Get tbrtce-datly belief it from III V tbis Cow-cost aid to ffl v appetite and digestion J J Ik It keeps teeth white Ijl Ym breath sweet fif tS and throat. v, clear ' Makes your if . smokes Ifl taste M better mI B.,Mtill P W 5c 1 111 PTOayggaiii ih hi in The Flavor Lasts The Awning Season Is On Do you know wc manufacture and install them? hman N orris of Tfllmlnfton. DeL. la 14 yeara M and without arrnr. but thii norae he drew with a pencil between hla teeth brought biin Siat prua in a recent drawinj contrnt. nerman't sjrj vera bursal ! an ebt tlli lnJt Ust mt - "The House That Makes Good" Phnnn 771 PnnrllHnn Or jil M. IIVIIV IV a w v .