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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
DECISION IS TO BE
Board Ari-lvei at Tentative Per-
ceatare Which Will Cut Pre-
ienrltates;10 to 15 Per Ct.
' eiTtCAio. Mav S. (A. l'.t
llHtm ot ii ml laslf1iatlons es
tablished by the railroad labor boords
wage award of lnt July will be used
aji'lhe basts of rwiut-tlona when the
board hands ilown the mw wage de
lusion June first. The lownl, has ar
rived at the tentative pFrventngc
hlrh will cut the present rntrs 10 to
fi Tr ent according to the ( lass of
..Criminal jirwredinK have been bo
tun against violators of the 'mlgralon
bird act ho irnsbel 4nto a flock of
w!4 ducks' with an airplane, killing a
tar number . -
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- f 1 1
t.a.v- a aim iiii.i.m- --n in--
M-uasion over the riebjt of a
physician t0 Re,p confidence hu
lw widespread. following testl
mony given by Dr Hugh IT Russell
of Buffalo. N. T., In. regard ,ltotat.
Iments made by Mrs.. JamenA JStin
Xman, while hla pattest, about ho
tnby Juy. Dr. Russell teatifled na
witness for James A- SUIlmanjin '
khe Stlllmaa divorce airit
h . iour oreaicrasc cup, is reaay y
iS'thep table beverage.
To a teaspoonful of
Instant Postum" in" the cup
add hot water, stir, and you
have a: satisfrinj. comrort
in diink.delightful in taste
and with no haarm to nerues c?r
digestion.. As many cups as
. you like, without regret. r-
"tfiere's a Reason?
YouV gvxer srfls ' Postum in two forms;
PosVum Cereal, in packages)
ntd ly boiling fiiU. 20 minutes.
InVont Postum (m tins)
' witgtinsOMbf in thecup by Adding hou&cer
(ICast HreKniiliiii Sito!iim j
WK8TUANU-MIXNRHAIU. MV ti !
r.mli Ihe Westlnnd mill the Mliinc-
hahu Rchmila cliwil tht'lr toi niH wiv. k ;
on Friday. The Mlnnohaha imiilla rn- ;
ioyeil a pli'iilo on the 8rhoiJ rio;mh1ii
on Wetlnrmlny "Rhlle the WiBtliiml i
stluHil hnt their plciilr SatuWlay on j
the I niatlllii lir;ir the Tetc Sheridan
ranch. Those who look the eiuhlh
grade county exam were l.um Khea ;
and Harold Shipley or Wcullnnd and :
Virginia Itoddu of the Mlimehiitm
Mlw ljlcllle Dunfnn wh.i van prln-
rlpnl of the Wentland achonl has re-1
turned to her homo at K.tacada.
JIliw I.ulu tJraves. primary teacher
left for Hermlston on Saturday. She.'
will visit with her sister t that place I
for a short time before golns on to I
Uosehurg to spend the unimr.." '
Klvln t.'ooley of Ourdane vlslt.d lth ;
friends lit Westlnnd the first ot lha i
Mrs. Loren Kennlson nnd Xfrs, C. D. :
Connor motored down from Stanfield
I Sundiiy and were dinner guests nt the
I', ft. Shipley home. ;
Mrs. c. C. Dunn and Mrs. Mary Hill
of Paseo visited with Mrs. Ruiin's
dutighter Mrs. Shipley recently. Mra.
Dunn and Mra. Hill left on Numbel
17 on Wednesday for Stanl'ielil where I
1 thn will visit with relatives for a j
short time before returning to Pasco, j
l Mr. Dunn formerly lived In Stanfield. i
Prior Shay la 111 with a serious at-.
tuck of stomach trouble: i
Jennie. Shaw who had the mlsfor. ,
tune to crack a bone In her arm la Im
proved. Miss Violet Shaw attended the circus
at Pendleton Mom'.ay.
Mrs. Opal Itartley who rpent the
week end wilh her parents at West
lnnd returned to Xolln on Tuesday.
She was accompanied home by her
sister. Xina Shipley who will spend her
summer vacation at the Hartley ranch.
Apis ore very bad around here this
spring damaging small garden truck,
fruit trees and It is reported they are
even Injuring some fields of alfalfa.
Strawberry short cakes are becom
ing fashionable on the farm-.-r's dinner
Cultivate- a , .
LOOK OP t
AND THEN JLIVE ,
TIIK PKIXfl-: STOPPFI) SMOKINGi
LONDON. May 25. (U. P.I When ;
the Priuefe of Wales attended the Lon- j
don Working Hoy's clubs" boxing !
tournament, the secretary' requested :
the audience to retrain from smoking.
At the time the Prince was enjoying u '
The secretary' turned to the Prince
and said "Of course I except Your
itoyal Highness.'' ;
The Prince laughed and at once I
threw away his cigarette. j
PART OF THE TEXT
Real Service to Umatilla
at tlie carnival;
(For the rest)
. . outside of Umatilla County 1
. .is done.
is greater than
ariy other store! in the West
. . . . . .buying home customers. supplies
the larger factories This gives
jobbersi .... . the greater share of our goods
The above statement contains n6thing but We are
entitled to. SAVE YOU MONEY.
WILSON MAY iO TO TTKKEY I
WASHINGTON, May 23. (A. P.)
Henry Lane Wilson, former anibassa-
dor to Mexico Is understood to be up- I
nermnst In the mind of President i
Harding for appointment as American
ambassador to Turkey.
The missing words from the above article will be supplied
at Booth 34 at the. Merchants' Carnival.
glgnMMIIII MIlillllllM Ml Mill IIIIMII IllllllllllilW
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our & Grain Go
1C r? -tit
Graham Flour, Pancake Flour, Poultry Flour
Bran Flour, Farina
We carry a full line of feed for horses, mules, cows, cattle and chickens
' See "bur exhibit at the Carnival Taste our Waffles
Pastry and Biscuits made from our flour.
May 26, 27, 28
Look us up.