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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1921)
DAILY EAST OREOONUN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING,- MAY 29, 1921.
, AS HE SENTENCES 3
,f! EX-SOLDIERS TO PEN
Gave Men Year and Day and
. Promised to Obtain Jobs
1 When They Serve Sentence.
nnoiort. Mr 85. r. r.
Jmlce Ijindli wept a he sentenced
Itireft former soldiers to the Leavea
wurili penltentinry for stealing- goods
from an Interstate shipment, . "I guess
I've been on the bench loo long I
haven't much aula for thla iiort of
thlnn," the Judae sobbed. Michael
Healey, on of th three, aru present
ed a citation for bravery for carrying
ammunition to the front Una trench
ea through a German barn re. The
Judge rave the men a year and a day
each and promised to obtain John for
each one of them after they hud aerv
e1 the aentence If they would prom
lite to go straight.
For every hundred tone of coal
mined tn the fnited Slates, two tnm,
of wood are needed for the extraction,
for the most part for the construction
of mine propa and galleries. )
The Coliseum tn Rome has been
leased to a motion picture company
for a number of year.
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Out of the Kitchen
ITS easy to keep your kitchen '
neat and clean when you
have a good oil cookstove. You
also have lots of time for en
joyment out of the kitchen.
A good oil cookstove with
Pearl Oil is clean and econom
ical A steady dependable heat
is concentrated on the ooLiir
leaving the kitchen cool and
Pearl Oil is refined and re
refined by a special process.
It is clean burning uniform.
For sale by dealers eyery.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
HEAT AND LIGHT
A. C. Kocppen & Bros.
Tli rnis Store That Rerres
To see Sirs. Scott, who
is an expert demonstra
tor and -will demon
J. L. VAUGIIAN
Electric Supply House
Phone 139. 206 E. Court
Do You Know?
Gadwa was the pioneer in the auto
trimming business in Pendleton.
OUR PRICE OF $15.00 FOR A FORD
TOP, COVER AND BACK HAS BEEN
REGULAR SINCE FEBRUARY 1ST.
Bring on Your Ford Any Old Time
"The House That Makes Good"
WASHIXO.TOX, May J 8. (A. L.
Bradford, I". P. Staff Correspondent)
That the last obstacle to tlin Amer
ican recognition uf the present Mex
lean g-overnmrnt has been removed,
la believed today.
The I'nlted Stales ha been Insist
ent that any recognition must hlnse
upon definite assurance thnt Amerlran
Uvea and property tn Mexico will be
adequately protected. . President
Obrefton has been equally insistent
that he cannot Men written ituarnn
tews because of the Impression of
"coercion" thnt would result In his
country. A" communication from Sec
retary Hushes, which Charge d'Af
faires George Summerlln l bearing1 to
Mexico City, however, is authoritative
ly atated to contain merely a siiRg-es-tlon
that certain steps be taken by the
Mexican government preliminary to
the recognition. Those may be adopt
ed by Mexico without u written prom
ise. Foremost among; these stipulations
is that Mexico shall Rive a non-restrictive
Interpretation of the consti
tutional article providing: for govern
ment ownership of all subsoils, so as
to eliminate the possible confiscation
of American property.
WAFHiXGTON, May 25. (T. T.l
"We can promise you that the. Am
erican Federation of I.ubor proposrs
to hold Indignation meetings In every
city, town and hamlet of the country
if the sales tax Is levied by this con
gress." This was the message sent
the senate finance committee by
Samuel Gompers, president of the
federation. It was delivered by Ed
ward F. McGrady. legislative repre
sentative of the federation.
PLAN BIG CELEBRATION
One of the greatest celebrations evr
held in the city of Portland will be
staged on June Uth, the day following
the Kose Festival under the auspices
of the American Legion. On thnt day
the ex-service men are to stage a
monster "Head On-- collision at the J
Portland Race Track. Two passenger
type locomotives will be sent to des
truction on a specially constructed1
track far nut In the field hut in full
view of the grandstand. This stunt
Is conceded to be the most sensational
spectacle ever witnessed.
Other attractions to fill out an en
tire afternoon- entertainment will be
Auto and Motorcycle races, and a Fat
Man's Ford Itace.
The program promises to be the
most elaborate of its kinj ever plan
ned In Oregon.
There will be special rates on all
railroads and arrangements are being
made to take care of 60,000 people.
VISIT THE M. & M, CARNIVAL AT HAPPY CANYON
Member of the Federal Reserve System
CAPITAL $250,000.00 SIJUPIAJS $25,000.00
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
"Tho Oanh of Community Inforoofe"
OWNED AND CONTROLLED
BY UMATILLA CO. CAPITAL
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
J. W. MALONEY, President
WILL H. BENNETT, .
Vice Pres. & Cashier
W. M. BLAKELEY
L. L. ROGERS, Vice President
R. M. MAYBERRY,
A. W. RUGG
H. J. TAYLOR
BUY IT AT HOME
OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT IN THE HOME RANK
CUSTODY OF 'FEMININE
OVER TO V. H. ORMSBYlH
HONOLVLf, May 25. (V. p.) '
uepmy nnerut v. H. Ormsby of Twin
Falls, arrived on the Matsonia. He
was met at the harbor entrance hv
Chief of Detectives Arthur McDuffie,
who formally turned over to him the
custody of Mrs. I.ydia Southard, al
leged murderess, who will be return
ed to Twin Falls. Idaho, to stand
trial on the charge of poisoning Ed- i
ward F. Meyer, her fourth husband.
roKT.t mca uoxoits winn;
WASHINGTON. Mav !S. I A v i
A decree proclaiming nurinnni mm,,,.
ing for three days on account of the
death of Chief Justice White has been
ivsued by the government of Costa
Itica, the state department was ndvised
Quality and Originality
, in the
In China the mourning color Is
white; in Persia brown and In Turkey
it la violet
I I ( I O I
Gaorge Smfley, renter fielder of the
KnojrrlJle, Tenn, ball club. Jump
nto ttw ball of am with a. triple
i lair h aoade anaaatsted. lie caught
i line drive tack of second tor Lb
rat ut (1). touched second bass born-
the runner could tret tacit, for
e rand sat (21 and tugged a sua
oio first, for tat third oat (.
You can encourage Home Industry by using Pen
dleton Blankets and Robes.
Wben making a gift remember tbere is nothing so
acceptable or appreciated more than a Pendleton
Rone or Blanket.
Make vour selections at the local stores.
Pendleton Woolen It
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